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f IVIF. luUr.lirf r bate to Mm the
I. tiiitent t4 Hom ami (lit adjoining cm'
fit, thai he inlrn.il Carryiitf " tl Moose t'f.
pewtra UuVs ia all u varimi hraiwbrB,
rt4 U ov ready ta auke enrarrmenu ai'h
urn narami wUhinr to have wurk dont in li
... II wH emoto but the beat of
wotkmen and he flaltm himsalf that, front hit
lunif etpt rir net and rM f niUm to lha buai.
ties ha will b sbb I durbarr- any turn otk
M thf mm tmnmsM my m m
si nxMl rraaoltabla Urma. Il AO beN
.....titUa) UmIiWm Uaou.Lr lumJ
with tntir cufom, w in r ruiry 'mu w
eric, durability, MtMMs despatch.
T.if. tt Jui 4. 1 S74.
n. v irmrmTi-rnnii rc .i-auciujr.
AKpltrWI k JOSn Kifyrm tU frirn.li of
Uintrtulio,tht the icou inniuil r'.im.
im'lon of ihir fupiU WiD cimimcnci on We I-
krIajr the 3Hh of Junr, umI cIimc on the 3J of
July. Goto Miu will be prrfiie4 to t1,o
yoHiif l-feiirt k ! cii)i'o weir nuiurm.
Tht I'ftll ftrtMMi will rw.it nrt in he 3th
July, tlwre bcinr eimmef virttion About
twenly arw pipWcM be idniMtJ. Il'mnl iml
Tuilivn eiltr ihlllin tT tmion i Muwc, hfif-;
Ug, nl Danciiir, if Umhl, art chrjr"t Kn.
HtilU, at I'uMic Sale.
Tlf.Hf. will be ioIJi T il .itii in, in -k'n,
N. T. oi 2G'h f June nrx, (t-
tirJatl k Barrrl nf nr Hill IM. brloreri to
.e tuie of TArfArr Jr. M. Imr
8lr-n, on rrnlit of twelve iiKMitKii further
cunuiiitm w MOe ui Dr mule mown on 'lie
day of Mui ulr, by tl i tcoitoia f e.nl t itatc,
JOHN IK H I1LUH,
JOHN V. BLUM,
JrsJt29, 1824. 4tll
LL pcroni in'lrbtnt to ilie rditenf Chrit
r lU, 4'4. ie rriirtcil lo roine
firwtr.1 an-l make rOKjV; ftqr Je,' lo
tfril'jf tieirrcMin', frtiprrl auilirnticatpr for
art'lrment. within the bnie limit, d by act of
jons neon fiLt?i.
JOIIV C. RLUkt, rmurt.
flALFB 'MOOT, ukn thii method
J of infur iiinir h!l fririula iv (h.
illt rpMblic it Unre . tint hr 111, no fiiiiahril
fcpairinf hi boo, and ha fitted it up in the
Int ratr for the accommo.lation or TrmvtL
Irrt, and all otlim who may fcrl diipmed to call
on him. Il'u Hpuae it in'tHvidaon cMintv, on
yjio main rond leadine from Salisbury to ilrm,
x-inpon, .c. twelve nulr from Hale.n,
eipht from Itiion, ami twr-nivnur from
SJiibury. (lentlfirwn travr;i))r fn, Mmik t0
00rti, or from north to eouth, are im itrd t0 rail,
mm -rrr cuiirrnirnre ot rftr atimctita ror them.
a.-lra. feed fiir their hor a. kt. will h a(r..r.l...i
them at rMei to corrrnmixl 7t iJip K,- rr r.
buccu pnre M provramn nn'l other nrrcwarict.
imiuwif,, June I. 18.4. I.tlfJI
J. friend and the nuWcTffieT
jiift Weived tl.e la'eit fhion from I . on Ion. by
W ol fliila irlpma. in-miemen in rn ticini
ty.'aml the a.ljcent country, mithinff rVii. mi
ble clothea made, can now br accommnlali d bv
tlie tiibicriber on a abort nMicr. All o1rr
from diitance, for mak-nfr any kind of penile
ir.eV pirmenta, w H be ounc'ua'ly and expedi.
1 ....t 1 arA fnAmTifi arnft1l lltr tf I
Kill- T "T tl. IH If !' I I VI w. .
dirertiona. Gemb mrn are incited to five the
au'.n'f r slir.p a fair tral; they will then be
bc'ter ab'e to j'ldjfe whether he doarrvra their
patronKe r- not. THOMAS V. CANON.
SnK,h:rv, Jhril 19, 18J4. '02.
State of North-Carolina,
FN F.itt-tv. ' irc'i term. A l
Kuiyin, ft I'liilhp
r-orMlbre.d. It aiiptie-
in if to tlia aatim'ftttion if the cmift, that
. . . I . .1 . . It
Coodbread donot Kide within the limit of
thia Mate, it in therefor onlired that public.
lion be made fit tbreo monthi mircessivi Iv in
the Western Carolinian, that unleu the laid
Phillip Goodbrrad ap pi ar at the next court of
Equity to be held tor the coiintv ol Wirae, at
the court home in Morranton, on the 4th Mon
day of September neit. then mil il to plc.l,
autwer or demur, judgment, pro coufeiio, will
be taken, and the tame be heard ex pane.
S..8. EHWIN.c. m. i
Price adv. ?t4. 1 1if22
State of North-Carolina,
aTtOIIRT of EquiuvApriUenin. 1824..,..Hcuben
X,' Moore, M ilHatnr C. Munre, Matthew Moore,
1 3on i Clavton and 3rib.e.,h,..hiV.ifvfc..J(ihH.
Moore! Foilv Moore, Gabriel Moore, and Gideon
Moore by iiii Guardian, w. Depjamin "akim
and wile, ami the Heir at Law of William
Tavlor, deceasc-il, aod others : Petition for
sale of real erfaic. 1 he eoiirt being latinfied
that the eWemlauM, Bet.ian.m Hawkins and
TferBmMbe-il. iw a 'Uw-WdhWTaW'-J " -u-i"1- V
lov, defeased, ii not reiile ithin the limits of
the slate, i is therefore ordered, that publica
tion be made I'm sit wi k imixusivelv, in the
Vetern Carolinian, that unieis thev appear at
the next Court of Kqu:! to ! v hulden f ir the
count) of Strikes', a the court lnMiue in Ger-i.an
ton, on tbe-4th Monlny after the 4th Moml iyin
SeptcmbT next, and f;leH, ar.sw cr or demur to
the bill, the shnr.r will he taken pro cotif-sno as to
them, and the cause be set down for hearing ex
parte. Copy rn.tu 'lie minutes.
Test : JOHN C. ULUM, c. . t
: Price adv. H'J, , . it'U
1-W WMW Ir Sal IsKur on
2Y. the 22d lt. a wgro mnn, who says his name
is Jl, and lliat iie was raised m Chowan eoun.
ty, in this State, about 11 mile from Edeuton,
by Mr. I.amb Creiv, from whom he was bought
by a negro trader by the nameu)fM'm. Moore.
Van taken on aouth, and in Darlington llistrict
ran s way. tie says ne is aoout 4(1 years old, is
very uiacK, aiwit 5 teet b niche high, and will
fc'i ih about 16J. The owm r in desired to prove
pro u rty, pay charges, ami take the negro out
wfjiul.. SAVl'EL JONES, SCjf.
Sukubury, JV. C. Jjtrii 26, M4.
rnMfrrrr.r. o KVMTinTlfts.
Wt did not publish the mrmori.1 of Mr.
t iwi i n cmw unfile d rrTw n(H fit AWci, nU their bit much
publUh at Urge tht report of tit eomrnHi;rtilcr tb.n wis frit reported. Hit
ippoUtrd to investigate the fritter i 0i r-prth limber which fell, It stated to be 4,000,
U m lengthy that it wdd occupy aesrly tbe Pearly Che whole of which wcrt Macks or J
whole of wir paper t iKiorwff,thBrrtrt.wi. int following Idler, from
port U wily partial one-tht eomroittea nf"on piper, giv
ei ..ln with th InvMllmion. ami liutt.l",'0''t affair.
of course, rt port ilhkH 'dl b nwl
B -" ' -m -w
contl.iMet ! tUt ttpnr tamtt oUrnma r! Lo,,t -" W hi
wrrnill.ethtWt,rtifMloor0"du'F end 6y,Mi of tht
. l .i
aflonl tkem a full and Kr yUw of tht wboW
We haye herofbr piibfi.e J an abeiraet
rW repwrt of the imretigiiir-r cmm.liu
,;evwyjLyi!tJurthcr eitrar'i iron, tty!
!,':!, Pp,M to I Iwuknullj iUui'
tWe ,)lt n,,tr ; conifvt nr.
, , , . , ,
Wrou'eif n ineir ippr'
, mrnt, the lloute hnd ilrtidy bte"1
formed, thrr cntiniuniciled t fof
M addrcn o the Secretary nf the'
tury, an I ihey alio ordered tht rfn('
ance of Mr. Ldwanli, to be rumid he
fore them, at wimeit, tnurhinj;
rioue rbire In the mrmoiij. ,Nfc!
thti;rli h iht aililrrtt, he rt fert fpr
and diN iitnrnit, accritihlt to t0 cnrunlt
tre wiilKitit hit pretence, tht naln
upMirtt of hit chat net, yethe cornnit
tee weie of opinion, that tiett chive
erc not urh ihould b either lilly
made, or rupriGcitlly niirined tnd
I hut It outfhi not to cooteit ittelf wlo in
invettiation, thort of ote in wh'th the
cuter thoold h4ve an opportunity of te-
(Kin the chjreet. if the? wrrt capalle til
Uintr -oiKUinfd, ef to br-ar the proper ft-
ipomibiliiy, if failing to nittin them, he
khould ni-near to ha -nrv ir
. U .w. .JriTiTjt poaiiirt and Impo-
i"Kt i'T eronai and improper mothei
or upon noloua prelrxtt. And the
comnutiee u til of opinion, that thit in
vettigaiion oti(ht not to be finally doted,
wimoui the personal examination of Mr.
Edwanii; and, in proceeding to make
any report on the aubiect, at the nreaeni
unie, ana oeiore tucn an examination it
htd, the committee actt only from the ne
cr sviiy imposed upon it by the approach
. 1 . r . - r
i"g cioe or ine icssion, and by a trnte of
auty wr.rn rlirtatei that it ought not to
pottpone, 10 a t'ittant day, all communi
fhtion toihe House on a tubject to inter
rtting to the government, and to nearly
...r. K ,ne minor anu intejruy of one
of its highest olTiceri.
Under the influence of thete mo;ivet,
the committee maket thit report, at the
result oritt examination or the ppert re
ferred to in the ddret, and uch other
prooft at the commiiteo could command.
Whatsoever it here laid, therefor. m...t
lie received iiK "i
Mr. Kdward, if present, could commu
they do not know on the other hand, that
he might not 4I0 10 ; and he has had no
opportm.ity to be examined, or to give
ny reply to the answer of the secretary.
which the committee hat received, and
which hs already been printed, by order
of the bouse.
li re follow eleven puges of the
pamphlet Report, made up principally of
documents And then it goes on: J
Another charge ol suppression inriden
tall) made, but which the committee
derm it proper to notice, rel.itet to a re
port m.ide by ihe Secr tary, in obedience
to a resolution of thr House of the 31st
December, 1819. cullinir for nurh infor
in at ion at he possessed, in relation to the
introduction of tlaet into the United
States. On this point, the committee ad
dressed an inquiry lo Ihe Secretary, and
received from him the answer annexed to
this report, marked
Although thev are f opinion that there
were papers in the Department contain
ing information called for by the resolu
tion. and which oojrht to have been com
muiiicated, vet, judging from the state
ment made by the Sciretary, in his an
swer connected hh the fact, that the pa
pr iojqurMion were communicated to
the Attorney ti ncral, it is the opinion
of the coTninineenhat'nhToniBlbn.'wa8
not caused by a design to screen tfxj per
son implicated from punishment or
Ag ,0 tJ)e 0,her , : whJch be
,mA ,l. ij.., -.A,
uaviiiir buuuicsicu wiiiiiicm uxuen uii
information called for by the Houses of
Congress, the committee is of opinion,
that although papers coming within the
scope of the resolution, or call, were not
in some instances, communicated, such
omissions were either the result of acci
dent, or of a belief on the part of the Se
cretarv, or of the persons necessarily em
ploied bv him on such occasions, that the
papers so omitted were not called for, or
were not mtcrwl .and the committee
t.ht. any docu
mcnts or information has been withheld
Irom the House, from the operation of
anv improper motives; or ac&Tgrt.' ; '
Here the summing up, or abstract, of
tbe report, follows which is the ;ame
that we published, a few weeksbac'k.j
Suicide. -auU who lately murdered his
tyie at New Brunswick, has committed
suicide in prison by hanging himself with
a Jiandkei chief. 1
II wit iv oe.
EJ( Tht dtIU of the defeat ,f iBt B.JtJjJ,
j'hi piper, lvci th partkuJari of iht
tml! f"' onruIoo hert.- Our marinei
. i t. a a. I -
iF-f4 naturt. Wt ara n r...
a Uiiuat0 abtf
ilKrirr. Imr t...M . i. . . - .l . ft
fW f '" ""'ii mer like, II
of U'jr.'i J? Jkhh
i iori,rwil any of Ut be, that It detertnio-
fd, ,riie country overrun by tht Athan-
lrrt; in honible fontnuon etery nuie
old rrrion and cbl'd i put to death, the
ifirJ jut arrled at a proper are art lay
ed. A Capt. 1Eitranse wat to affected
by tht dreadful titbit which ht taw on
tht march, that, on teeinj too children
him up by the neck, and to with their
belHct cut open, be dropped dowo and
" Belwnl it no more. He died at Be
nin, of flytentary, after every thint; that
could be withed wit done and nettled for
bit proceeding into tht interior.
Dirrtw't auppotUlon it just ; the Con
go it the Niger. 1 have pretty good in
formation. . -
lALTiwoai, ivai 8-
The tchooner Lt, Capt. Bier, arri
ved at tkit port yetterday afternoon in 1 1
day! from Alvarado.
the U. S. brir Spark, Lieut. Lom
Nwi(in, Wit IT SiCrifldot, and xnectJ
u.'u. ik i lonror the vetteit
with njoy far at Key Wettr "The U.
S-ftboaet Weaiel, lieut Zmtinger, wat
daiy expected at Alvarado from Tmpi
!f xire, remains In a perfectly tranquil
state under the direction of tht Sover
eiftrnLonjrets, who bad came to tbe re
solution c naming a dictator for the pur
fosdf ptventinv further internal com
moti n in the country. The eye of the
natior1, aro directed to General Bnvo at
being proper person lo fill this Impor
tant tbticn. Hit known patriotism and
repubicaf sentiments are a sufficient
guaraatee that his fellow citizens will ne
ver react having intrusted him with this
high sad important command.
GeneM Fahsola has been appointed
Capuin General of the province of Mcxi
co, and Gen. St. Anna hat been trusted
with a high command on the coast; a
measure tending highly to the aafety ol
the nation. Gen. Victoria remains coia
mander in chief of the Province of Vera
mm la ' '
"Newi was received at Alvarado on the
I4"h May that Merida (the Capital of
rracy and made pesce with Campeachy
In consequence great joy was expressed
bv salotct and displays of Flags. The
coist of Yucdt in, as well as the Captain
Generalship ol that Piovince, wat embra
edin ihe command of Gen. St. Anna.
The return nf Iturbide it thought possi
Me, hut highly iir probable, and in ant-
event, tbe consequences are not appre
hended by the nation at l.u ge.
I he loans that hsve been negotiated bv
the, British Agents are now considered at
confirmed and establinhed ; and their bills
are commanding in Mexico 3s. 81 to 3s
9d airrlitiK per dollar. Senor Me gone,
the'Mextcan gent in London, hat pre
srnted his nation with bis communion on
the contracts, amountaing to 400,000 dol
Drtfimdoet Taken. Four out of six of
of the runaway desperadoes, who have
been for some time back committing mur
den and other depredations in Gates
county in this State and elsewhere, were
on Sunday night last apprehended in Pe
tersburg. They were -armed with guns,
knives c. and had engaged a passuge on
board a ves;-e! bound for New-York.
They were lodged in jail.
Raleigh Re fitter.
On Tuesday last, about two o'clock our
town was visited by one of the most vio
lent tornadoes or whirlwinds we remem
her ever to have witnessed. It was of
short duration; but
it left some of the
Wnarks of its violence behind, in the de
duction of chimneys, prostration of trees,
fices, &c. One house on Boliingbrook
St. was unroofed, and another on Old St.
was'iterally removed from its foundation.
Peteriburg Reiublican, 1 2 intt.
Jl'onbrful Clock The extraordinary
clock in tbe ,p6sstst.ion of Mr. Bart nf
this city, hjyented by native or Exeter
tmyardt c;;i hgnired yearg-jince, jer
mechanism liustbe curious indeed, wheri
we consider lie principal wheel revolves
but onfe in four years, and requires to be
regulated butonce in a century.
Exeter (Eng.) Pott.
The Mexican Government has appoin
ted Don Mmxhor Muhoui, Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotenti
ary to the Untied States. Aat, Intel.
Jill CHAWrOJD'l HEALTTf.
Tlt t of Mr. Cr tiri'i be Jii Uinf c.
tct txt U.mU4 to k (he iHkummmi (if the hw.
.1 . ..." .
" "or that tht tnott Inlm!t
rv,cnd,J, 'Hr. Criwf.ril couvider hit pro
i. - ! i mini inwmiii
r... i,i,viiir uoptieii. inn nil
conttitutlon It thttiercd, that hittuUit
t'eatfjr Impairedihat hit physical bow
rrt ire rone ind that ha hat iuitinel
fecled ht. orna. of.if h. r n
W'1?"; : . Vf rh iTitttem. lit
that thert ii not the tfiRhtttt founJitlon
for a hopt that he ill eyer be rebnaitd
in hl former heiltn.
The Nnwnal InleUireneer, howe Ttr, eayt
V ikil ourtelvet of thit opportunity
to ay, that Mr. Cnwford'i health it in
ttate of improyetnept. wiidio id ibm
wteh, tnd that hie health hat neter been
at low at hat been reprettnted In the New
York and other priott
IJierary.U. W alih Ii preparing for
prett, an American Jliogrtifthv, on a large
scale, intended to embrace diulaguUhed
names of the variout apeciee i mem
which hve adorned our country, youthful
aaii It in annals of book making. To ft-
cue from unmerited obscurity, eximples
of public and of private worth, is grateful
alike 10 tbe memory tl the acta, ana im
sensibility of the tiling.
ft was rvrnvrrtin'r-- 'w
mUfto, thai JoM RanooLra of Koan
.ke had gone to join Lord Biao in ihe
Greek war. Madam rumor must have
been a little ironical, John Randolph rare
ly fights except like a porcupine, with
hit quill. As thete are diys of strange
doings, however, and Greece it about for
ming government, we should n?t be tur
prised if thit M eccentric character" wis
to go there and prevail on the Creeks to
insert a section in their constitution, prohi
biting all except M freeholders' from hav
ing any voice in the government.
' Dolt. rat.
Look here, e Fourth -of July orstort and
then throw am ay your Classics !
Touch (the Sublime. I he following it
a literal copy of a tpeech delivered at a
debiting society in one of the Western
towns of Pennsylvania. Corporal Trim's
eloquence was no touch to this master
piece. " Well the subject tobp .RryeusivA
most numerous age so that I think that
wnisney or aroeni spirits aon ao any
s . t a.
tion to ue excutscu 11 wemer aroeni tpir
in doet any good or not to that I ron
elude that it don't Another' pause I can't
git hold on the d d thing."
f JaricQtitr Free Prtu
A Mermaid. The Boston Patriot of
Friday announces the arrival at that port,
in the brig Utter, Irom .Manilla, of Mr. D.
S. Dodge, of New York, who bat in his
possession a Mermaid, brought from the
ro:ist of Japan. Persons who have seen
this new comer, say that its appearance
corresponds with the description given
ol this Jlth and Jtcth in fabulous huto
Floating MuieumA Canal Boat has
been fitted upnt Troy, N. Y. as a Muse
um, containing wix fieiires, Daintintrs.
specimens of natural history, Sec. It is
intended to proceed westward on ihe ca
nal, with this floating Museum, stoppinc
at an me towns and villages on the bord
ers, to exhibit the curiosities.
.... . ... -
The London Literary Gazette, of April
24th, mentions that a new work, hu Wath-
ington. Irving is about - to be put to press
by Mr. Murray. It is entitled " Taiea of
Hayti. Accounts have been received
from Hayti, that a vessel sailed from that
plscciotllavremthe Stlvailuuitb, three
persons on board accredited by the Hay
tian authorities to proceed to Paris to sign
treaty, already agreed on, which had
been proposed by the French govern
F.ecentrie Character. Dr. Robert jlo-
nyman, a native of Scotland, once a Sur
geon in the British navy, and afterwards
wM..,B u . same rank in the American
navy, died on the -2 lit nit :, v-i '
aged 77 years. The Doctor had a large
will it was lound to contain me lowowing
singular bequest :
vrw-rorryire. j-om. ;
" I also give and bequeath to my son
my thermometer, my diploma ol uoctor
of Physic, also, a human rib which" will be
f - ,, . ft. ! .Llrl ... t U
louna in a smaii iruo 111 my mcsi, mm
mv earnest request that he will carefully
keen the said rio, (which is of James the
Fifth, King of Scotland,) and ttransm.it it
to his descendants. ' -
The luklgh lUgWr tttUJ.
anouncta tht wwiatj lotII,r, " '
rrtii rtsctkni- U ukr a i.Uc. u ' .
aaul ll.J t. ""J11
it rstiUIr HW. Ut'l,l
ww Biir inu IJUbJ bb.
KB as. ft fcblaU . 1
ir rtmarkt fm tht lldUw sZjf
wUA correctly tm MtT
I - A,(yw . f , -rz?. v . -J' Ji
n 1 ciiNiy i'bum. , wo. Jackson w
Inm Ait an I Me. I r.r..i .t ,
Public meetings irt called In Cb,yt
Monrgbmryt .. u. i
ia iba rarularlr nominated candle. i..
preaident and Ut president. jj
ton Utt, Klthmona mywrrr, ut;
A vreeablv to Dublic notice -I t .
Democratic Pnis, American Cental
and Norrtttown Kegister, a metir. ,j
tht democratic republicans of t LJ
county, friendly to the election of A.I
II. Ctawford at president, end Albert (-I
Utln at vice president ol the lwA
Sutei, took place In tht Urougb tfU'J
Cheiicr, on Friday tht 2 1st May.
persons aasembled. Sundry resolution
wert offeied and unanimoulw sdu
and toe procceuingt vrucrea to u p.-l
lithed in ihe American Re publican, U,J
mocntic Press, American tentincl,
Norriitown Register !
The population of Chester count? (J
assembled to express their sentiment, i
Uvor of Wm. II. i.rtwrorej I : Getw
ckson Is a v.riwiota i
III - JMUrtk Rrnriir.
Naw-Yoax, JusaT We have rrcr.l
ed by the Maim too, Pant papers lotJ
3oth of April. I he peraont ,t b, t J
ship wreck of the Cecilia, ol New Oilf.t J
. ... m m. m '1
on her passage from llatana to liordrac
were the mother and five cnil ircn o'i
Spanish family, passengtrs, and the fxj
and two seamen of the vessel.
It wsscxpected that Gen. La Fanm!
would shortly embark for thit port in wtl
of our elegant packets. V e understo.
he declined the invitation to come ia i
The British dispatch vessel Frali
hichhad wai'edsome weeks for dipit(i
s from Washington, went to sea Satu.--
.Vr. F.DITARDH and Mr. CRAtfronn.
Tht Couimitu, of igiioa m
.terday,PurtaintJ.trxfepT Mr. R,D
mftuoi V irginia, and Mr. Owen, of A
.Kama tbe former of whom is gonckl
r.urope,and ibt latter hem NUi
nets wat transacted except to adopt a cn-
crai pun oi proceeding in me ineri-,-1
uon. ai me rtqueti oi ir ldviicu
Langdw CheveiijA. Philadelphia, idl
Jimurtan Jenningi, a Member of :hl
House of Representatives, from lmh.m
have been summoned to give testimony
be lore ihe Committee. Hat. hull.
i ne i ommittcx or uvxsrioTtoi
again met yesterday, and, at the instant i
Mr. F.DWAaos, took the testimony, I
Mr. Lloyd, of Massachusetts, as to ti
usage of Brinks on the subject of dr po
Mr. Ldwards ticing engaged, as it u
said, in preparing his rejoinder to Mr.
Lrawlord s communication lo the Com
mittee upon the suggestion of the Cuit-
mittee, and for the purpose of arcelcri
ting their investigation, it is said Mr.
Cook attended to examine the witness I
on Ms part, the indisposition ol Mr.
Crawford, being such as to prevent his
personal attendance on the Committee.
Mr. Forsyth, we also learn, attended w
examine on his part,
We understand Mr. Edwards his re
quested that the investigation may be con
ducted publicly, in the presence of all h
may wish to attend it. Whether the.
Committee httf agreed To lnt cou rse; e
have not understood, but presume then
will be no objection to it. .AaL Journal
A New-York paper states that in one of
the wards of that city (the eighth) about
one thousand houses areowrectin?'
It is computed that the whole number ol
houses and buildings in the city of NTe-
York during the present season, will ex
ceed three thousand.
A change has been made in the awnert
oi the Albany 4rgu Isaac H l
Lsa. ha retired from the establishment
fhe New-York Patriot says
. . .
Van Buren, therefore, (who is a princip"
books for the Long Island Bans; at u.--
Up, were openeM in ihe JU him.
capital is 8300,000, and upwards ot
miluons were suuscnoeu- ,t
TK f.eneral Conference, w
sat in Baltimore, elected the Rev
and the Rev. Elijah Reuding. t
of Bishop in the Methodist tp
office of Bishop i