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fit & fi-n-r (M n") U nJ UU I
Tar ikt ru rpost 'f ascertaining the
l-timentsol thetitixtrisof lAilnunglon,
tcrtot ttndi i-t & Pirbhnrf,
look tn la'elf opened la hl town, in
j,;rhjh Individual li at liberty la en
r ftimMii liiuf if ' Can Ji Jale'Te
rffen. ! .totei-on the fth irrant.
jcr-J tbo t i'or Jackson, 334 1 Adams,
tfl.CnMilMj4vJi- y -
; J -a irtcc Lf pW.e-otiX .
A b'J tuong lit g mtle roe a compo
'nv the rrsnd iur7 f I ompV ins county,
V. took place recently , and the votes
For Andrew Jackson,' II
. De Will Clinton
Afr- The Rochester Telegraph,
I respectable paper published In Rochrt-
er. N. Y. gives tbe nsmei of the men)'
Lcrs of the LegMaturt of bl butc, end
i bo they re in m'M of fur rretidcnt. -la
Uc Senate Mr. Adtmt has , . JO .
, . - - Crawford, '.lift
. ; ; : Doubtful, ; 4,
t Assembly, Mr. Adams, . .. : 8J
'The CsnJ Jury cf Troy, N.- York,4 re
enilr ballotled for candidttet' lo fit! the
vBke of Pitildent md Vl-rc Preildenf of
h UhtitA ?iirp.-Th ri ,ult wtikttiA-
Vnr Prrttnl. A rt jm (. 19 f Jxrk.
Jtoc, j Cnvford, 9 Clinton, 9 Ur,
j I. For; Vice Preildent, Jackton, 19;
At t itiw etl!e mcetinr tbo eitiicni cf
ffke Fortit," Wat county, on U 29th Hit.
Mr. Joha tUrhtm ru called to tU cbtlr, aad
Mri tiamel AUfon ip'poinicd Mcretirjr, - After
tome eonTcrutlon nd divuwoii, the following
rtKiluUoni fie. vcre ftdopted bf the meeting i ,
; It li Ibrrtehl ind duff of K people"to
coniult on public rneure to lneni
fe the conduct of their representative! t
to ciarnine the pretention! of thote who
ire candidate! for , ofaret ot trut o
itard if -iinuthe oorpation of their juat
righfi by lodiet of men or. individual!;
and to exjjreti freely their lentimenfi on
aH'iuhject! copocctfd lth: the Ttbertiei
tod bappineis of. lit nation. Therefore',
rPrtui That ANDREW JACK
SON, coming from the- rank of the peo
plt ; poavatinjf neither power nor patron
ape t wnfettered by taucua fpgnRfmenH;
lookinj to no lupport-diitincl from the
merited favor of . bi$-' fellow . cilizcnai
whoe whole life hai' been a coutm of
Bteful dvolion, to. the. public . aervkt :
vboae integrity hai ever been above aua-
Cicion ; and wboae talenta in all u uations
ave ensured aucceai to the noblest exer
tiont, is,' in our' opinion, eminently Quali
fied to protect the right and aubaene the
interests of the people in the high and
responsible office 'of Prealdent 'of Jibe
'"Jiriotvrd, That wi apDrore of the nom
ination, of our bifhly esteemed fellow
citizen, JOSI AH CRUDUP, ai elector
on the People' Ticket " v
. ' l?rovfrf, Tbat his excellency Cover
Dor Holmes has our approbation and
thanka for. his patriotic defence of the
juit rights of the people against caucut
vturfiationiy in his memorable message to
the General Assembly of this state at its
last seasiorw ,
Retotved, Thai copy of theie proceed-
togs, signed bp the Chairman and Secre
two weekly newspaper in Raleigh, for
publication. '"' -;w '--'
. 8. Aunir, Secretary. ... V -
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Kaieigh, on Saturday ihe 13th a tote
"'ng'h ofihe ieverl tandidate! for ihe
Presidency; which itood thus t For Geh.
jA. Jackson, 61 i J. Q. Adami, 24.'
At a nuiter 'in Edenton, oh the 12th Inst.
acKson got S3 rotea, Mr. Adams 1, Tor
fresidenC 1 Calhoun got 26 for Vice Fresi
derrt. The balance of the company refused to
ote, not knowing what it meant' f f r e- '
On the tame day, at a niuiter in the county of
WHVIS3 VUU1JIII1J TVICU lUr IKIh
Jackion as President, and John a Calboun'aj
1 ixwucnv - - -
prif laiiet-The thirty three West
India Islands Contain an aggregate of
1 16OO.OOO ttiilliHv.. urA Kt-.t..1 0 rtft.i,
009 totaj population. - Fifteen of these
Islandi belong 16 Britain, foe' to France,
three to Spain, three to Denmark, four
w the Dutch, one to Sweden, one to the
: volombiani, one independent. .
A Ft Kf f frm I jtqi4 rt f ,r J U N w.TmI,
I, 14 of U CtAlam k uktl, Sih
Iti hrwdiiif tJt. IkUa cf TurpBiin
M Utn Ruuli as low n 1 .
, tttrtt )f frf, jfW it r4-" Jl
I "Thett k 4 sav-h t bt aaU cm tt f jeft
of toio W bttt a prrf fxxl drmiv
f"t llit dr.lrrt, and lftrt aft M-rrftJ Ofttcrt
fjO'Tl 1fi n-lnntrf i .but la bythxucS at A asfl
rcdoclMMI M U prtrrt 1 M lU K'Xlrtt tfo
not give iy, tu uLi art itry tmluj. ;
j , - iriwit, ru 1J, 4
. lirr'if ontiftuct la limited rjr. and
a alirrauua U rt lUfjpnf, evtion, 33 a
24 rem ( 0nburp 10 a I2 cent..
Cn tltt astrt ill th week amounted to
about 3O00 bales at full rate, print lpt ff t
pvX, lomt ireeUiit txi.W ti d-me etf-
Ir m the week m AUama. Tl thief mUi of I
1 pUtnlj and Akhamaa rt snaik at 16 teats,
tb 1 aftma prr U of OfJiniry AUbtot were
a"td at low at IS cents W tWrt it tttk of any
detrriprtKMttobtbulMtbrtrtxt. , .
' lltd,IJ al4iTeime,Ja1Lmi.
UUna, 16 a 18i UUmS 1J a 16 Ji lea
Ulamla. 2J a 3a norninU "
j ... t ' . - t- , VWjf--' s-i g f
t I j f -eassaawaa 9 ' ' t
; Ana- TV tflnaf rt-W svf oc
casionally notd the great trade which is
prosecuted upon the canals of New York.
The navigation of the canals commenctd
00 the Stb Mat ; and. from that period to
the first d,y of June, ihe sum received at
Albany alone, for tolls, and paid into the
treasury, amounted lo 17,738 dollars.
1 " ' ' m , ,
"Midshipman Barney, who was Indicted
for the murder of a sailor on board the
sthooner Rluo Ercd Arr, at the quar
antine ground of Kew York last aummer,
as put to trial on Tuesday last at Kick
mondt Staten Island. After two days pa
tlrnt investigation of the charge, the jury
l.rmiskt tn k1rM-f r -.. !ti. 1
, II W, rtri-.Tbe .notorloui , Wra
Wolf, who latelr broke out of Franklin
Jtll, bis been tArnbythe Sheriffof New
Hanover, and is safely lodged in the jail
.L.i --'-.-" tt .
As itU hut (Sir that the sentiments of
the Candidate's fur the Presidency, should
be correctly represented and understood:
we state that, from very good authority,
we have reason to believe, end assert,
that on the Missouri question, to which
allusion wai made in yesterday's Mcrany,
14. 1 L
nabe'.Souihem-jeciino of jour country
would approve-- t-, -rr'T-rr
In relation ti Cen. Jiciios'! vote on
the Tariff, we are informed that ao far as
thst bill went to aid the nl mliltarr
defence! of the country, so far and no fur
ther did Cen J. advocate it. - He thought
that we ought to encourage domestic iron
for our ships of war, and domestic wool
lens, lo clothe our soldiery... ,
0. j' i vv - a Charleston Courier, a
- 4 ; . ' t ...,r . i.- i '
Ditirttmnr Ca!amirijrr , Mr, Carrie,
her sitter,. Mrs. Jones, and two. infant
children, were drowned on Thursday last,
near Lecsburg, -Virginia. One of the
branches of the Tuscarora suddenly rose
to a . greatbeigbti Jindl arrieL.oflTthe
houie ilh tti inmates, Consisting of the
above named persons, all of whom per
ished. 54 t.T -Je-r - st n f 1,-:
j-t?'':.t:?ry. , . j
The -gallant Colonel Croghan is ap
pointed Postmaster at New Orleans. .
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(, . - . . ' " .
: AWbmtAre-There having been
no choice of Governor by the people at
the late election In New Hampshire, the
choice has been made by the Legislature.
Mr. Morril was chosen by a large 'ma
writtY' ..'.-'; ;
$-t?i:-' - , '.r'
By a note n the'post bill, recieived yes
terday morning from Emmetsburg, Md.
we learn that the new Catholic Seminary,
at that place, which was yet in an unfinish
ed itate,Vai burht to the ground on Sun
day night' the 6th instl'Jt i Supposed that
it was the work of an incendiary. The
Tojsmfteet heavfwdrwe fcarn,
falls principally on the venerable and Res.
Mr.' Dubois, the pious and tcalous7 pre
sident and founder of the institution. j
' jtiMAr Dividend. The State Bank of North.
Carolina, declared a dividend, on the 1st inst
of four p& cent, on, the r "tal itock, for the
last half yearpayable, a. .Jeigh on the 7U,
andat ht several branches, 15 days thereafter.
A Fanner,", next weekt and other favora
from correspondents, at toon aa we can dispose
of the, lawa, and such saatter a from neces-
aityi claims our early attention.
A citizen oC-RttBdolph," ,-we must decTuie,
luljr hse ranoMiMija'tens
per, and indecoroui ul style, aa to render it
destitute of the common eonrteaies of lifi Pe
tonal invective can enawet no' good purpose jit
is only calculated tb gntify malignant feelinga-.
and publications which only have that cpject in
It tUU to M tKt Hi inrt, lfi U, Ur(l
djujIiUf tf itmMel J j, 4 9 avnal.1
1 U eimnfy, et the Vth Jfr. e.
tr ir, ,p4 af,4it , jUitirW a f Mff
rrt lit vat a Milft of Ccrmanyi but Ms
brta S UUliilMt af ti' couartrj m ie kM k ta
the snenorUt f our eUrtt InbtUunta tlimj.
Mr. V ir r m alvirt a Very tempeMit saui It
tnTchj-tsra great acaire. ny It'atli-XyttJ
tit prolopgiil.ia'of tla nltUutt to IkITm t't-
leeb till r ' " '
0 Ijft'i hot a walk'mf ttiajowl a y oor (Uyer,
it struts aad fftttVit hour epos) tit efe,
Awlihaksa'-rlasjMire.' - f
: Died, It H e Wail,s, IwstteDltiKct, im
lltt Itih h. i'r. M Di(lf Cimiim, tri
aWjt 21 ytart, lle wsta iT'ttlngniibfl mem.
her of tht teniae cUm tt Yale CotWrt. '
been aetxrd eith the eonMimptiofi at.ilc it .New
Haven, he retired to his mother's reti terxti la
the Wtihara, hoping that relaiatkm froni ttady,
and chaxgt to bit itatWt air, would give liis re
ttf but the epoiler
fie wat a young aua e Lnt talentt, and (he
highest expectations vert etittruined of his
nsefulnett to society. His friend, Woked futv
ward to tbe tiase whet be would emetence a
career of high and honorable ettrtoav Te bit
widowtd mother, this ditperttstlon of lleavea
most indeed be. In the highest degree, ifctre.
lng. 'She tut no companioit t moarn with bet
the lota of a beloved child, and no turvivlnf
child to buoy ip her heart with other hopes.
But neivea tempers the wind te the shorn
huxh r" and, tbnagts ftEfitts csstit make t al
together forget the torrovs and misfortune! of
fife, H may enable us to bear them with calmness
and resignation... 4 ' ' , ctamatcaraa. ,
At Perth mboy, on the 6th Inst, Ore. JA
COD li VI IS, Ute of, the U. S. Navy, in tht
60th yew of his age,
TO OVLSSKEKS OF lltGflWATS.' '
' All overseert of roads, between 8aTiJory and
Concord, from Concord to Charlotte, and from
Charlotte to Mason's Ferry," are hereby for
warned; mat if they da not repair the toads, so
u in make them safely passable, they will be
returned to the next county couft, for the dif
ferent counties through which the Cne paaaea.
The roads are now, at a season when they should
be in good repair; ao InaorTerably Ud and cut
en, that the mail atage it eontinualry in danger
ot-Ming brakes) f pieoea, 4htbomi eeippltd,
and thodrrvert week brok.-Jt it abaoat im.
possible to perform ihe snail route within the
time prescribed by law,' Thit dmelv faurtiiH
giren; ThaTTtwwr vww.eineu msy act accorumg.
ly,- Tbia it not an empty threat ; it It said in
earncat but not in ill temper. ' '
, . ,iiduu jus puiu.r , .t
VCREP.ABLY to the last will and testament
of Wm. Patterson, dee'd. will be told, at
pubfie aaltv on a credit, a valuable plantation,
ronta'minr; 400 acre a, lying on both tsdet of So-
gar Creek, within I j miles of Charlotte. The
fertility of th toU the elegance of the situa
tion, and tht improvements, all terra to render
thiaan objector attention. " ' -l
r pAVID M'DONALD, Ttnfp.-
Estate of Jas. JrKnigbt,,scn.
ALL those indebted to the estate of James
M'Knit;hi, sen., dee'd. 'either by note or
bonk nccount, are requested to come forward
and make payment immediately, aa further in
dulgence cannot be given, ' All those baring
claims against said estate, are requested to brine;
them forward, legally atteted for aettlement,
within the time prescribed by law, or tbia notice
will be pled in bar,' , ' . !
' ' y JORF.PI1 WKNlCtlT,? FrnlM '
i June 13, 1824. ' t t 3iei4r j
.4 fVirfr,Take .Noticed tT, " j
I .HAVE in my possession a NBGRO CTRL,
which I, fcom a number of circumrtancet,
believe to have been stolen from' tome person
in the state of North-Carolina,' She was Hrottght
into tbia neighborhood by a man of auspicious
character, and aokl to' a noted villain for two
hundred .dollars, upon credit, v 1 accidentally
found out that the aame,mani hd,lajd,a plnto
k'klnap a small colored boy and run him off,
and be was understood to say that be stole tbe
girl in the State of North-Carolina. Believinr
it my duty to restore her to her owner, I bad
binj iuTestsd-tcj?mined. be&rf ajustice of,
the Peace he waa committed to jail, and broke
out and ran away, and has not since been heard
from. .His name is Ikiettoriisa, about ait
feet high, and of dark complexion, f The girl
appeart to be about eleven Veart old, aaya she
was stolen by JJlackbourae from Henry Ander.
son, her master, who she - says lives in North
Carolina, but the cannot tell what county, or
give any account of what part of the state aha
as brought from, though the it positive that it
waa from North-Carolina.' I wish the owner to
come and prove her, and take her away. Any
Eerson knowing any thing of such a rirl having
eea atolen, or otherwise lost, will please to
write to me by mail, and 1 will give them a par.
tkular a&etnt of -her. ----- 4 --"' -..-.
--Cy . , " DOWKEB 8MITH. 1
" GuMIMri, SOtiir romtig, -
.. Alabama, March 6 1824 r3
Slicrifis Tax Deeds. -: i
EEI)9 for land 'told by Sheriffs for arrears
of Taxa, tot sale at the 'Caroluuan' office.
IJ'h .f Ari'.l i-. s.-.r 1 "t
irhih," i-.l tf t irUr .' t!,t l$!'i
s.-.r I " Jt 7-i. ,- O n-.ttit 4 a
p.'.:; .i,e ij iMefai.cWs.sMfti.el::
I" r i f sal I -per r.al;ig gjsen I. A' e '
' iit'C'ti-ii tf pulling an t:. 1 to Ihe 1
cbviion, (whif.h Sffears to tt C It
sstnU'h ti htoritcttab'e f-tts srt u.id,
snd f!Kl-'xJs pers'uttd In,) tht Sill
James r.ivlngs is thcrtfufe eJrtniteJ si
1 t ut Imr eJ m HuJr,t.
. uw itr.NDr.aso.f.
P. S. I will nnw shew st a simple, on
falsehood, which this "mfictlabUTkl
tlm hat endeavored to palm on tbe pub
lic, snd which I will incomtstaUf prove
from lis own ttttemenf, together wlih
KithcIwn'a .fjicytlopedia, to which ht
refers. Hi sylMIMn and Canceller had
thtir.halfbushtl tried by the ItiiJird,
titk which it perfr Mly agreed thr then
tneaturcd It with a (jusrt, snd fuvind It
held S9 quarts. lis further states, ' a
quart cootsint 17 7J.I00 so!ld Inches, ac
cording to Nichol. Encyclo. that multi
plied by 30, (the number tf quarts which
be aayt tbe standard held) will make 1 1 SI
tuUc or, acilid.inchei contained in the
standard half bushel. Now, Nicholson
ssys, la his Fncyclopedls, that t bushel,
fdre measure, or .Winchester bushel) Is
91)0 41.100 cubic inches, one half of
which is I07S 11.100 which, by hit own
statement, would make the said erroneous
standard to have been 79 79.100 cubic In
ches loo large, (being more than reported
by the committee sppolnted by court, at
they reported it was only 6J cubic inches
too large.) , He also ststes, thst my half
bushel wss about a quart less than tht
stsndard, when tried by it. Now by his
statement, the said standard was 79 79.100
cubic Inrhes'too large, and mine about
J7 75. 100 cubic Inches lets than iitd stan
dard therefore, my balf bushel (by his
ttstcnents) was above 31 cubic inches
larger than the lepl standard. And I
have now in my possession, certificate
from the present standard keeper of Lin
coln county, (who lately measured and
sealed my half bushel alluded to) certify
ing that it was " sufficiently Urge i" (snd,
snd in fact, he bad to make it less lo cor
respond with the present standard-) I
would now . ask. If my half bushel (even
from his own statement) is less than the
standard of Lincoln county i (as asserted
by him.) ;i. '... - sr -"
v . - - -, v '1 LAWN. HENDERSON.
DR. 8IMEOX DEVINS t Take notice, that
on the second Monday of eptembernext,
I intend to take tht depositions of John Meny,
rUrarard CoBins, and hers, r tht Court-Howse
ut Rtistchrvtllc, tUte of Kentucky, te he readaa
evhlrnce in the suit by petition ia Lincoln Supe.
rW Pnnrt. KnHKX' i 4l iwi 1 km bLuntitn
tmr you are defendant i when and where jon
may anena, so crosa examine. ' ' r"
June 16,1874. ,s 4it'tJ .
vy A Stolen Letter! ,
ONE hnndred dollars reward riJl be green
for any information that ;,iv lead to th
detection of the thff who folc a letter, written
during the araaion of tht la at legialature, dir 1. 1
ed to a member of my firm!, and placed in tht ,
poet-ofTict in Kaleigii, directed to Charlotte. J
An infamoua and vnprindpled acoundreL bar. '
ing the exterior, and claiming to himself the '
character, of a gentleman, it new tuttct$d and
when thia communication reachea Lia eyea, At ,
:n L. - i.f.v
WI, VLWMrvVf iiiw.rvuiiu uwnjiiicu p. j
suspicion hare arisen. The letter it at present
in my possession. ,t . . "
' .. . . ' TffOXiVS G. POLK. :
Kltlr9id, 124 Jnnt, 18"24. '' :-!
State of 'Kortb-Carolina,'
. ' " illCtLISBCaO COtJKTT.. - .
COURT of Plcaa and Quarter Scation, ktay
term, 1834 j James Clark, t. James D. Wal
ker i. Original attachment, levied in the hands
of John ifQuay. It appearing to tht court that
tha defendant k not an inhabitant of this State,
it ia therefore ordered, that publication be made
three months In the Western Carolinian, giving
notice to the aaid defendant to appear at the
next Court of Pleat and Quarter Sessions to be
held fof said county, at the Court-House in
Charlotte, on the fourth klondsy in August next,
to replevy, plead, or demur, otherwise judg.
ment will be entered against him, and execu
tion awarded accordingly. -f
-, Tcstt ISAAC ALEXANDER, e. s. c.
' Price adv. 84. " ' Smit
Th tMilitia- Laws,
REVISED and published thit year, under tht
direction of the Adjutant General, ana!
comprising all the laws passed by the General
Assembly relative to the militia, up to thia date,
for aale at the otnee or the western Carolinian.
lor sale at the oince ot ine western laroiiman.
Printinc:, of every description,
PKOMTPLY executed at thia office, in a style
ja. ; Of woramaminip correaponaing wi sne
improvementt of the present day, , ;
IT'OR aale at this office, by the ream; foolscap
; at three dollars, and pot at two dollars and
Kfty cents, pee team. - ' t
i . .Sherifis' Deeds, . .
FOB land told hy order of w rit a of venditioni
exponas, for aale at the. printing-office. -
F good qnality.lbt tole et tlutoflloeTtme
til one dnilat twenty five cents, ud a lanrer
kind at two doilart, per rtasn. ''
, Entrj'Tater's Warrants
"'VvFof sale ' at thuV Ofice, -
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i t . '..tat ,
i ' f - , i r t . ' i .i ( r f
y i-t -- t- i , . f ' i
t i'.'-f t'.s ai.-,!. f !j it t!, t: ' ' f
1 1 a; ; u a .' ; i ' n t-t
''. iMn,i. d !'.,. t Hiat-i.-v 1' 1 1 .' .',
! VfiJ l! V-t !,r:,., 4 !,. a i I v'!
' f iWi e .:.n'.. i n a t. 1 !. r f '
J rucu.nj;., ta tt .n4 Vy lUai c'.". :'n f
arranjcnwaia, w.'J fct sf"lln A tvis- n la
tt b firmed at U tiw Aca-ltry at U a'vl V
(ntn wUenceit wi4art 1 l! tow ft t.vmi
on airit'tfif at whUX tlt ttrrtiact kill Va tpta.
td by prayer t (He DtLrttn i0 bt ltd, al
Iht fVritiMi di fiveit 4 after wkxh, t)"w hJ
m; ftt I thus intXMiL cwi rrpair U tJ. Tar
Lroijt'(, wbert 4 dini iy eu'.utlt to tht fa.
si. Will be in ttadineM. ...
Tlii rltiaent tt lafiAury, (jari!ctiUr!y 0,e
whe pwenrt ttrg'f at a-lhuiinl
taptitH lo pstr'Mjt!B) and these of tht v!i'.u !,
at wrd at stranger that maf bt In (own, art
rej ectfilly Invited to attrnd at lli ennrt -house,
to ' I ti tht nutt,he tnd rtajtaJ.i'i'y of ti t
au ...iire, tnd Conint!y to the interest of
the protttdlnp of tl Uy, . i g '
' iih tf July r perceive, by the ITaUr?.'
tow papers, that preparatary Srr.rf rmi.ta are
making in that ei'y f.rr the eelrtrat ot ef the
Jc!aratloa mf Independanee, In a art la W raf
nitktnee and aplrndor, which will da Ivwr t
Ukt rnctrtpofit of tht natMMS. W a.'.ra i!-,t
estrnwrt prr jj radons ait making throughout
the t'akm, fur ctleHrat ug the a' prutchiog ta
," ' ' ee "
F.cwmkol Gnernmrnt-Ki the Ite
tetsiun of the Legislature of the Stale cf
Rhode Island, the papers of that state In
form ut, that M the sum of 400 was a!
lowed to the late Governor, and 300 to
the late lieutenant Covtrnor, far their
services during the last yesr." "This al
lowance, we Ufieve, was not intended aa
burtrtqut upon salaries in genets!, but
si compensation iauH Jar senket ren
dered. Viewed in this fight, it mast t
admitted, that time and talenta are t' T
cheap in Ibe Rhode Island Market. It it
somewhat tcmarkable, that the er; la
ments annexed to public cilices shot. 11
be ao smsll in a state which contains up
wardt of thirty Banks, and fh which,
therefore, much money must te tuppo
ted to circulate "Aa'f"o InteUiftncrr t
- JI!H. CHAWFOItD'S HEALTH, r- ,
Since our last notice of it, we under ,
stand, f orri s aource which we believe to
l. ii . r. ti if. .l. si. r
om CDiiuca i iuii crcuii, ioai aur. L-raw-
ford's health hsa considerably improved, .
so much so as to remove all apprehen
sions of immediate danger.' He remains
ia n very low end debilitated state and
w at ill eooaLlee hla ultimata And com .
pl?te recovery firjrwa belngcertiin.
IJ'flaA. Rcfiub, t -
The Committee r investigatlon Lai "
not yet completed its labors.- We tin
dcrstand Mr. Edwards hss laid before the .'.
Committee a reply to M"Oatn.r -
sMMiion w sue v.ommiurr( ana
wl ;-hj was published srvrral weeks since,
i r . .tt, ! .
vw ...I,, w .vtii. iwiij w. hi.j K
which be has presented an exposition of ; -tbe'tubject
much et large, Aa this re
ply uill be publised with the rest of the
proceedings, we shall not speak of what
we have heard of its contents., Indeed,
our ii) formation on the subject would not '
enable us to 4) justice to either side, '
were wt to attempt it. - We learned last -ewerdngiibat
Mr-JLhid luhmixted a prck:
position to the Committee, to have, Mr
Crawford examined on oath, touching ;
tome points I in controversy between
them, v Whether it wss acceded to or not
by tbe Committee, we have not learned.
Previous to our last, we have since tin
derstood that the fact! when and where
M . E.'s memorial waa written, was made
tl ii subject of inqalry. ' it sppesn that
it wss written at Wheeling, Va. and waa
transmitted to Washington by the next
mail preceding tbe date cf its presents, '
I in. tli. t Inn.. I . w. a r I nf
iJi w ll liuuavi; , was lUIWSiVCy V
some gentleman ia the city to be handed
to Mr. Cook, to be placed by him in tht '
hands of the Speaker Aaf. Jour,
- Margttit De Lafayette n the Legist'
lature of Massachusetts, on Saturday, t n
Council to make such arrangements as
wttT iecufeTtcnblf dlitinguUhcdTiiend 6f"
m rnunlra. n hnnnril.l . rrm!nn in .i..
the part of this itate, and to draw his war
rant on the. Treasury for any expense in
curred thereonjTwai unanimously adopted
in both branches.- ;.. , ;. . : , ;
-,-.(... ',.) : -snsnavawfcaawni, y i , . K . .
- Vom Ireland. Tij the ship Cem from
Londonderry, we have received files cf
the Dublin Evening Post and Belfast .
Newi Letter to the 7th May. Their con- 4
tents relate chiefly to numberless outra'
get committed In diiTerenL parts of Ire- .
land, during which the insurgents, who .;
wore, Tn asks, and were armed, not onj
robbed teveral houset, turmsdjzeattdlht)
eaceable inhabitantsylrrttne ftighf, six
,nn.-tt:"'i-.Li:"v.',trsi',-.r ir:t -
kennyj . They even carried their diaboli
cal system so far ts.pt stab cowa and pigs, '-:
and cut the throatsof horse t belonging
to those marled out for revenue
- , , evYirk . Pott. .