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HALIHIJUUV, N, C. TUESDAY, Si-ITESIDKR 7, 183 1.
ttu u rA.lt, TIE. .Island, and a crowd of till...
kt l . t , .
I ikatik a. at . a & . .
.a. - n - wm a torn mw v mb a uum vmr am
i tiirvuro m mnnti &rn. a..j ii.l
. tte ttw at tha Wester Cawrk will
aw aa w w at u aa. sj u a a i
k,tti!M be follows I
... r JIT '.Tj 't7 V""" p Are,rKt, As sooq m Mar
niuiir, were ee t ibon.
llBtotialf uaniftatcd b ant tMla
Tl common council of New YrW
.1.. i r,w
.-....j . ' I hi iKMiraiii ia aa raai m ik.i.
Jar Iklusi a nr. c-j.Iv m.. and aik " ... "T' 7 - ww " '
te Li.uwJ .. a J,., ' , ' t liew-raii bOH which .,. toikVVl
Mrv-M .10 Jkt U.rted a: (t.ty tnU ' ,k MIW w"o " Revolution, ht.wn received bf it CotLnal. IS
pcritff wtMnra.KwrtiMi.MJUcot;. i co-tuciea iron, ouica jsUad, and Common Cuneli f- . .,
kit Mil ii
ced la tbe Committees from most vfor
toM fro lb KU eft kit AMtnbU. ,i f.. i...."' .
MfiT Ui hit AMcfflb . .11 iiiiaii .1. j. r . ' I r7 "K"""'"! ini.Hlfr. Ilia
m pUtic it m t ttkhu uJi nm. rrr. im, rwi. -? wei p0im .n im. dm. ,r:
ft llli-N rrUut, fnx U. 8tu Unl. lf; H"ilpt b O felt, imj 0 , rtrrLr,5 "iJIil SIL
t 'W to th it.ntjiy ,Houi NaUwul Gucit" Our eiti . Tbf Ve,m h,, now Mlut. .nd
UiUm.r th-Blurt. ilL br!nf .itncwj tL. .tOielher with lh mill- .1!. . Wl 0,d.er 'j?'' "'!'
rtrU iprtent of th, r.h, U .U .n,! Ury.pre.tnied tbemwllitelt .imJ ::i;"VrVr "a "'V 0,nc,
fctmlurt, HiwWr !!. Mmrtii of Mr. WilM,ipccUtl t ut t btr wilrmd on M S wl 1 . "" (,h ,hiP
Kuwaturnnr iim nitianinfM 1M1 rtmret netlllw I l.np ,..1., rk. J. - v. uiwini tag Kiuni ram ! r.v
BmmI rwvh from Urln, ,S4 uJnof U-h d '"rkrtlf pleiMiit, hch J ,en, m.ieMWllr moved ur, ,fc. it
bvtActiiih.k.ion. toHhHhih. H wuchioiht comfort of orc t iPDt.U t ? ,eM,c,,r n,0e? ,be Uif
JU. Mr. KJJr. r.tJJlB- U ih. Ar, ML!. MJ cwiUibuird Urktl la tht rn,,.l .1.1 "' CB w" ,1' PH.ld. and the
. . . .. I . . . r..' . - I Drrrtji rnni ni ...-.-t.i. t tj ..
inrt, turn tkev cNHiminr wuhinIb- UCt frl IM tblcOOld and b&trioiie nr&.l .. . " . uecioeoii
kor fof at iMtBrctuil .h1 .n,niulrXHjof tU ceerfli.K. . "" teriloj tifthl
. i k. . . i. . l . i . i I Ii LA.. f .Ca-..i. .i.
Wkk th rcrrn
.! . . r. r
L'afolun.ttly (or thm,tleu . rrtw , " w ,otVMfw W con.p.nioiH
ere bw,, .,,d nn (hem U bMor !" , rVtr;,r,,-iBr,rT JT"
d.L.ntAldcrm.nilftnr.MlUf-.A r0.r,,e horn -enured
Hwua will I I B. . 1 " W ff
U. Ik. rl.. r..mml.. VV" ""M L4tt.A tCrtl f
menu. When, hoeer. the rriI of 7'a .Z ,,J t v. 7
p,or,p.ly filled the pUe.of the .b,en 'tfi;B.J 'i" V kD" nd
.... u r ,. . """""w n. ii rt union
..v.m .m. wiiuuiii vi me uotira, fif . Int.. ..-.--4
pip.J i Ujr unnnt bnt tk (Sam reMWnta
Umhi rWiU rlrnt.fkk tdue(Mwi, la inouir
vaetnet the fac.Mkt iliuMrd ti lUa itudlution
ar not, t ItmI, t)ul 10 injr In tht KtU,
B order of tit- Brd.
3ml3Q . IwAAC T. AV F.RY,
ZUllBUtr, MHTH.C.IHill.LV.t, ar
117 HO rtttcclfull inform, the Dub.
IT !; ml l,:. r....i. .. i...lknd tha irruii'tmrnfi. thnmrl. k.i'.i.
W II H 1.1 M IIC IIIV I w O IWMUI I . .
iJXu,""H tua and ekrmt ekl. I nude, were judkiouk "arnple. aod well Arrtne Ceremony of embriclnj and
tnent, kttuattd at the north corner of the eiecuted. 1 ho mmmln.. h.l k... ConratUMtwn wrrr Ofer. be iat down
llt.ln;ahun,beofpm.,ePrfemk.weO Ell,w0,th, Henry UkLrd, Con ? wmember ..id ki, -. the
caJcuUteil for the aecommuttation ,f Tr..ti.r. necticut. ' Uel.'on.. Oii nr.nri, inauie of Monmouth, J wai volunteer aid
ind Boanlent lbc Mablre krt equtl, if not tu- u, kc. ther were II urerblv drcitaal 10 Gen m M mw you in Ibe heat of
ST i 7, n BJita and atieamera of ecr nation. rw wcrc oofi out you
eta ctejta - - .s s ? ktv
aiTorOti and tha reruUtion. of hi. llo,ue. mch cort betwetn the aouth part of the Bat- i 'menler And oo Ibe Mohawk,
u in Iia. .;n : .u.i ......... I ir an4 t i.t.... ... I acnt toil nitf Indlni. and nn arm
ho may think proper to call on himi ami he proceed in order to but en Kiand. The .,n" ,ncr UP ,UCH 1 F batkey
akur aem,thatnoHbaHbeinaredto Batteiy wat crowded with respectable rrlRh,ened be B ilUb horae, and tbey
tcaner their Itav eomfWrLihl. aiwt tilruinv .... .. ... " I ran nna r. .. I -J'. .
people 01 both aexea, (Ja.tle Unrden wa V 'na anotner.-
filied. and evera boat th.r .rrl..rf iA .k.l . No Pr' " "need this inter
its Kktion, was cotSDletalt crowded with mr bonV
elerantlr dreaaed ladiel and irentlemrn. ,e,r " ,bed 011 ,h caaw. Tha tbair kandi a ka puacd alonr. Tbe
. " " I CVMtrif tVI a.. a.f l a4 .a I. . k a i a . .
I he appearance of the Robert FuUoo.1 ' i. w 4jaiaca,MCnraj amnuiam aiao cxtenaeo wtoa
at ahe came down the Eaat River from
the Nkr Vard, escorted
reader their star comfortable and plcksine;.
i-tertiary .4, toia. yo
pALF.R JtMOOT, takea this method
J of Ittfirminf Jiia. fhejula and th
.public at bore, that he ha now finished
repainnr hi boue, and hk fitttd it no in th
Irat tat!" itrtefwf The accotnaicKlation nf TWwI.
m 7 a . "rar mtir procccdinn, M rrUUoB la the Co.
my, and militia, reviewed tha troooa. A Ural. .J .k. ..m! r . f u'.
run imai ,. .... . a.for avd
. - - iiiwi.iafcaMi lata aajuar lai ji.fr mi. . . l . i .
nd the General antarad . h- 17-iT.i iT' LIT. " f
rtwu-k J . , w i M 'Viium, mo iDkt on Cob be Dra
'WCb.drawn by fcur area hkru.i.Lh. . ki . ..- ..vT. .l7 . prt.
k. L I f . " ' . ' 1 w a ajar IO Dt tXfCfd
w a . . -
ne aitamblit of cit tana. In4arv..l
daMtl kf Ik. n:. .... . I
ama warden, In olata-ktraei. tt.rmi.kl r:..... . .... "
Broadw., ,n(J ,K, wkioStf of the City - You have seen wb.i .k pl-ee awl.f,
i!L...WM 0,,, tnm ,bt "P6 '' C"rJ L4 FattTTi up lo ihie
uwhj and order of the peraoni compo momina;. H, left here at about eirbt
a apivnuio ano .(.(creatine; beyond O'clock.
ucscription. 1 hrouvh thia dent and TK. r.i. L... r ... i..
loar, ,r ...' , ... . r"""r ' ""I
i.iii j' v casements, ot rapw, a ka Intcndi bclna; ai If
Ir.k'i ?i ' chimneys, nd turrets commencement oo Tuesday neil.
oi the buitdlna;.. were hunt wltk specta- y it ibe eastward ma.t also be
tora .k. r ' ... ' . . r . . " "'"rl
-v crai wa convtyco in a Pa I as aa has engaged to be In Baltimore oo
v... snwn Dy iuyr aorses, followed IM Iftb proilmo.
nd preceded by the La fateue Guardk.
PhitadetphU, tbe room of the 8it
rode uncovered, and received the uncea- ,7" whlek tha datlarnUn of Indo
tine: about and the congraluUUona of dirf'tUcfif Jf 4jJcPC1, will be 6ttr d up If
JOXX) freemen, whb lean and imllc cilk, and appropriated at a levee rocra for
whirhbripoke how deeply be felt the Gen. I. FAYEC1E. Tbe same tom
pride and alory of this occation. The la- miitee baa determined on errctimr a rrond
diet, irom every tier ol windows, waited civic 'th in fionl of the State Uouk, In
their white hjudkerchicla, and hundreds, honour ol bis arrival.
unloosed by their fair owners, were seen
fluting in the air. He was evidently
much enibsrraisrd, and even aQVcied,
with tbe conflicting and powerful senvibil
tics whit b were called up and kept in ac
lion by tbe continued and universal d
raonatrstions of love, which proce
mm lrr a er . anil r fri iin nf mil
... , I .1 . .....
Mrxl- CI .1 .,1. k. I '"It eisusn, aiT.c
the Deonl,. both in coina un and relurn.l . na.H.wimaiu.u..ar,
ing ihrouKb Boadwiy, to take the horses
from the Grneral a carriage, and drawl About four or five hunVred French Ken
htm in triumph themselves- I tUmcn, resident in the city of New York.
On tha kiem of tha fit. Hall wera as- proceeded to the quarters of Csn. La
On Tbusdayi the 19th uSt. the gentle
men of the Br of the City of New York,
to the num'xr of about 300, received Gen.
La Faveita in tha common nlraa room of
..". the City Hall, when Mr. HolTraan, their
eaeo i... ...... ... .i
(.nairman, auurctca ine rncrai in a iei
to which !)
kemblerf, having apace In the centre
great number of ladies, many of whom
stepped forward and pre the f.enera
arra, and all others who mav feel dipred to call
aa htm. Ills llnnw ia in Davilsnn county, on
" main road trading frm Salithnry to S Ilc.n,
by Leiington, kc. tache m'-les from Salem,
eight from Leiington, and twr-ntv-four from
Bklitbury. GeB'lemen travelling from south to
aortH, or from north to south, ar invited to call,
aa every con entente of rein ahment for them,
aehres, feed for tlxir horkes, kc. will be afforded
them at ratce to corrtipoiul with the general re.
duced price of prmiwon and other nrcemwie
Davi9Mf Jun, 1. I8i4. l&CXi
THE subscriber offers hiikerrteci to the pob
Tie in the above line, and flatters himself, 1
while the venerable soldier were Indul- children of all sen t the name of the
I rinir rarn rimn. ! . i : I If .1 . ..j r
r 1 ard. escorted b tha t nnnor . I n -..w vaivrarinr iicn cnnmiuaiir rvvarocraiea irom mcir
d oaver UlawMbrajriu!crul1CN" otnr,Pin Kin rd tka sur flip-, giving to Fayette Vbeart appealing
decorated, was rich beyond description. . jouiii silently dropt the tear evidence that bis memory has been bal
lfr ..rl.a,r.R,.nn.,iL.k. "l' co"W no longer reatraio. Such sin- lowed at everr dmilr altar, and I ha fu
with about two hundred seamen from the cb.hone feelings, were never lure genrrationa, as well as this, w.U be
I he rmii4r with his name, and echo his pral
ses. After his return to the Citv Hotel
had the ettrordinr condaacenalon
board, with a band of music, and manr c "xV0 uPPre- Me maolully and good feeling t come out and shake
with about two hundred Kamen from the "J. , ThnS were ner lur
( onatituiion, who maJe an elegant ap- mo.r pU'n,jr or fn
pearance, and a battalion of marines, un- lte"nf b countenance of the ses
der tbe command of Mai. Smith, was on M"uw P1"" " the emotions he he
of tbe Naval Officers upon this station,
toirelber with several ladies and piirale
Arrtved- at the place of rendesvous,
the several vessels comprising the fleet
took their stations and proceeded in re
gulr order to the quarantine as follows i
upporfjrfhis truly trying situation for handa with 6 or 700 American youth, the
omaasfiue, wnen a revolutionary story nture conservatories of his fame. Thi
cumstaDces wng passed i the Incident, !hrsc little ones, the strongest affection
the friend alluded to, made the Mai quia for the man, which will go with them
sigh ; and his awelling heart was relieved thro' life, and endure till ita close.
when be burst into tears. The svmoa- Such ia a bint outline e.fih rmva.rf
from long experience and steady application for F;r,t, ... chancellor Liiinrkton. n I Ihetic feeling extended to all present : inpS of a div which ahinra nrnudlv In
anuoweroi vears. in r.nrmw md Amrnr, , . : . .. 7 . ------. . . ...... .. .. . .. ." 7 ' " r
five general aatiafaction to those who snay favor
im with their work..
Carriage of all deacriptiona, Pannel'd and
Stick &, Sulke)-. kc, made and repaired on
axnaooame term. 8 AM L. LAN DER.
N. B. Carriajrea. of all Jeacrintinna. hnt.ail
... ' 1 .
nd sold, on commuaion.
P. 8. A journeyman wanted at the above bu-
10 'hone Rood wajtea will be given. He
wm ae empUycd on wood -work, altorether.
C?Tha subscriber keepa two Cirt for Hire,
bich will alwaya be kept in readiness, with
r narneai, for the accommodation of those
who may, at any time, wish to ride on pleasure
w un uuwneas. S. LANDER.
. Wanted, aa an Antwnlif a, Ik. kn'.
. . . H.I l.YIlltl. . 1 1 V. .uvi,
bosineas, a young man from 14 to 16 years of
c' wra 01 correct and mduatnous habits one
. tbeewntry aould be ptrfcrtedi,to whom
4-qqa caanca begrven,
----- Cotton Gins.
rpilE mibscriber still continues to make all
A k nda of Cttfn Sow Cnt, at hie ahop in
aInbury,on Maln4treet,aorth aide, three doors
of the Court-Houae. Ha a ill warrant hia
Uiv to be trwaTt irtiuljrirar, Ts,r,xi.,.T,4
t : - ' "
h. , a rT- M? ""PPV constantly on
"fM. or his own make, for the accommodation
Z., PWiemen aa Eva at a distance, or oth-
"wiin wait. r. ' ,
t?V ub,f.ribe'r"kes this occulon to give hia
thanks to all thna vk. w.. :-jV i
ilil. r i 7 fjairuiiiacu uun in
line of ' bukineasi and aaaurea them, that,
l,JVn f X m7 g'n want jobs done, in the
t21 1 mf.wp "Png Gins, his best eer
cons Shalt continue to be exerted to give them
fkction Tha public at large ar! respect-
Iflerwarda bay tWlSirsiimrr-Tr'
O liria.1 . a
P VI) .11 xvil til iwilt.,
i ,.0n """nodating terms, the house
Joint 11. 1 i. . luu-ioite, w men aa-
C .hn "i' ore, on the north tor-
ymo- - JAMES -TOHREKCE.
-fttt, May T, 1824. - .7 ' ,
board of which were the Committee o ,nd "en lhfl h,rd7 rubbed away the the annals of our countrv proceedings
the Corporation, Major General .Morton lear be cou,d D0 iongwr restrain. which were more brilliant than any that
and aui'e, a number of the members of J "Quiatemperet a lacrymis tallea fendo." have ever been wittiessed in AmttktV
th.Cincmnati,tiKudinf ColonelsWtt ITk equalled.
UttfVarkkrrTumbDir.Piaitrand others, Jtinued, and one of tbe Cincinnati, anx ,l WM rf0ud day for the cause of en
together with a Tew ladies, several officers ious to divert the attention of Ihe Marquis, "Rbiened and liberal principles. As to
and professors from West Point, accSm his eyes floating with tears, announced ,M Pgeant, we should suppose from tha
psnied by the excellent military band at- the near apptoath of tha steam ship, "counts then published, that the landing
tachedtothat institution. On the riirht The Marauis advanced to tha uu.nr of the King of England al Leith, in 1823,
f .k. PL ...II.. ...J -1 . . I i. I ... . . . I..I4 t. . L . . .. 11. , t...
ui me vudiivcuur, aim auuui leuiu in railing, where he was no sooner perceived uu,u "" m inc ucbicsi iarauci. uw.
rear, was the Connecticut, and on the by the multitude, than an instantaneous (bc occasion, and the circumstances, weie
left, to correspond, was the Oliver Ells- cheer most loudlv exaretard the HrlUht widely different. No fulsome adulation
worth. Directlv in the rear of the Chan Ithev exDcrienced. The other steam w" here extorted by the power or splen
cellor, was the Robert Fulton, whose lof boats in succession presented themselves. dor of royalty, but every feeling and ev
ty masts and wide spread arms, which and pasted, e.ich eivine three enthusias- tx1 movement were the spontaneous
iiicrauy swarmea wun men, lowereu tin cheers. Ibe Marquis was dtlitthted, uurM aumiraiion ana grauiuae lortoe
proudly above her less pretending, but and especially with tbe activity and quick char,cter nd the services of a great be
not less eay and beauliful .coasoru.On I ness with which 200 of mr tralLmt iesmeh' ! Befctor of the whole civilized world, come
the right of the Robert FullonTabbut ;'a I manned the yards of the steam frigate mongus in a private capacity, and in tbe
icngm in me rear, was inc ocuona, ana prevtounly to the salute- About 2 r M. 1 u,,J"c-cu aiurc 01 ncpuoucan aimpuciiy.
on the left, the Henry Eckford.in 1 ita-l the fleet arrived aff thi R.tt-r. Ka, Cvmmcrdol Advertiur.
tion to correspond ; and the squadron was an imnressive r-n ! soon man. m akin it
closed by the Olive Branch and Nautilus. a splendid appearance, formed in line with Frm ,he X' r Ctmmrtial 21-
The sienals exchanced, and the steam la batterin. train. The ramnarts and nar- Three commissioners from, the citv
bwatoavingninedheir-UtionsTli apetsotbe Castle were lined with ladies f Baltimore arrived in New York on
above stated, the squadron got under way, and eenUemen. The flae-staff, tbe win- I'hursday morning, and were presented
aiuiuat sne cnecrsoi inouaaiias vi uciign-1 aows, and even toe roofs of the bouses " u'ror uemm raycuc, in
ted spectators. The view or this BeeUfacing the Bay, were literally crowded ,he u,7 "'' the same day. Ibe re
will perhaps never be forgotten. It was with soectatora. Hundreds of boats and olutions f tbe city council, ind a letter
not only unique, but beyond a doubt one I wherries surrounded the Battery. fhefrom the committee of arrangements of
vi mo wun siiicnoiu lutiinnv. vis. n- .viarquis leit me wnanceiior 10 a Darge """"'v1! " f "" h utucm.
nessed oft this part of the globe The commanded by Capt. Rodgers. of the Na- prefaced by an address by Mr. Finley, on
squadron, bearing six thousand of our Vy, accompanied by the Committee of the behalf of the Committee; to which Geo.
ii .at, as . . . . t r . . . . . a a '".
eiiow-cmrens, majemcsiiy iook its Corporation, and the Cincinnati, the Gen V rayee reiurnea an eloquent reply.
course to wards Staten I siana, there to I ends of Infantrsv ttc-and IsodeA amidst I - - rr . -
take on board our long-expected itd;hoo the cheertandacchmatiwaof 30,000 peo I WjflkJvVw Tk Bvmfnf Fnt, 4uj. S ' .
oreeiraesn AfT olw
rtiiin. mil. .!.. Tk. u...i. .1.:. u . .
S u"u FHiMii "j"" a uv 1 iiarlaCUl, nils uiui uii'K uj WIUCOII VOgg-
Favette, and, by 1 committee, m de sq
address to blm 5 to which he returned an
affectionate and feeling re,ly.
ved at Stateir IslsndiaTidf in ferimin' I sufrmiing
utet,a Undatrwasaeen apptoachinirthe larquij nosr 'entered1 ihrC-stltrwhlch shallanr tr. It? Itr ButlefrEsqurres, a
hotel, near tre ferry . The Martfliis, tbe was tastefully carpeted from tbe landing deputation from the lown of New Rochel
Vice-President, and the Ex-Governor place-to the teceiveing fooms. He here lc, who presented him with an address :
wguen, 01 new jersey, naving augnieu, partook ol some refreshment, and wae in-1 Tha denutsuon totned. lha escort on
a procession was formed, afidlhe vencra troduced to some distinguished citixans their taking up the line of march from
b'e stranger, supported by these geqtle Perceiveing the restless anxiety of near Harla-m, and on his arrival at New
men, followed by all the oHicers of the lly 3000 Perwnj la ttco Castjc, U see Uochellc, he was received with a salute
aow ras SMroa ritaior.
Mi. F.DiToat The following Impor
tant cannot be too often placed be.
fore the eyes of the' People. I do wlift
lha caucu papers would give them one)
insertion, that their readers mar no long
er be In the dark, a rrancAB.
Th" Aathnat Candi'iiutr." The Mas
sarhusettes Spy thus sums up the claims
of Mr.Crswford to be called toeAafflmaf-,
1. Out of 261 members of Con ere is
2. f his leaves 95 agshut him, a ma
jority of 29 votes.
3- r rot n m states he had no vote.
4. From Jive states he had but two
5. From three states he bad but three
6. From the remaining flur slates, ha
had rt6ritrln ifJrrir onyr "
T. Seven out of ihe elrrm members
ho called and attended the rattens, stand
directly opposed to the slrtes they repre
sent. ,8. The caurtis consisted of onlv one
Ifivrth of the reiubSean members of Con
9. One third of the states were wholly
unrepresented, either by a Senator or
member of the House of Rcptcscnta
lives. 10. Upon cnun'ing Statei, he had only
a majority of toe representation of 3 out
Should the election go to the House,
each state there has one vote- 1 3 votes
constitute a nwioritv, and elect the Presi
dent. In 00 possible way can Mr. Craw
ford obtain this number or the half of it.
In no possible way, honest or dishonest,
eat he succeed t-thr Presidency.
We learn from the spinners in this
place and its vicinity that the article of
cotton has become extremely scarce in
the market; and that many of our fat-tor-rjes
must stop business for the want
of it. I his furnishes much cause for re
gret, that so useful s class of cur citieens
should be thrown out of employ; and sti ,
article of manufacture so much needed
be excluded from our use. .' Raw cotton
would meet with a ready sale, and at good
pricesj tirthW VtHnitjr; -"--r-
Initantaneout Riliejof the Twth-ache,
A pill of opium and camphor, or a solu
tion of camphor ia oil of turpentine, put
into the hollow of a carious toolb, affords
lmost immediate relief l the tooth ach