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SALISBURY, N. C.....TUES1) AY, JANUARY J8T 1625.
miitio a t-vaiisaitn, svaav tUsost, ,
... - - - --,- ' -t
3 waBJaaBJBBmm -
Tie terms of the Western Ctrotinian will
I fccresfter be as fellows i lint DtlUtrt ajw,
.' fcV!)IO 111 KIVAI1C.
No paper diacontlnnau, (except at the option
eftlia Editor) wwtrl H arrearages are mid. "
Advertisements will be Inserted a, fifty cents
per square for the first Insertion, and twenty-live
tents for each subsequent one.
All letters add-eased to the Editor, matite
p$l-pald, or thcv will not U attended to,
WWWWIMIISI II ITlfJ" JTlV- Vfct . -fc,.
"The foltowtof Tewlution of the Vtt-
lature of South Carolina, which were un
ahlmbutfy .iiried,"afee lhe Teellng" of.
tbat enlightened and patriotic State to
words our venerable. Chief Magistrate',
end the policy of hi administration t end
whilst they beer before the world the jutt
estimation in which our President It held,
the State itself it honoured by the act of
it Legislature. -Thee resolutions eon
firm our opinion of the M Children of the
Sun," as they were once so aptly denom
Inatcd by our Pinknev.' We admire,
alike, the justness of the sentiments of the
revolutions, and the warm jand heartlike
language In which They are 6nV'eyedr:
- .. :U'..'. AaUJaur .
IxtrtCt from the Journal of the Senate, of ltth
, Dec. 34.
, Mr. Denton submitted the following
resolution t v
Whereas, the term of office of Junes
'Monroe, President of the United States,
will expire on the fourth day of March
next ; and whereas, the patriot's just and
best reward for faithful service I the
gratitude of his fount ry men-
Be it therefore Fetotved, Thtl thit Do
dr.'def ply impressed wltV the lone: tari
ous, meritorious and faithful service of
James Monroev-Prendenriif- the United
the dutleof the committee. This is at UKUC? StatM CCajJTfBS.
lubiect which cannot 4m kept within the ; ,'-... in SENATE, ,
wall of Congre nor confined to the Vjlwnday, Dec. 27 Mr Lloyd, of Mm.
individuals who are,peetator of our pro- prewntad be memorial of seml ovr-i
feeding. 1 he oye of Europe is upon us, tn,u j0 lBe.Cily of. Dos'oO, praying for
to e what courao we shall pimueio ,he prompt end ,iergtio suppression of
observe how we shall act, after lsivlilng
nlraea fin tha rnttl nt fnha.
ffceneral La Fayette to our country-after Mr. Lloyd remarked that'thl memo-
oflerlng o him $ ship of the line, the out- rjal WM a uolwn wUb VoiCi of tbt
fit Of Which WOUM have Cost U double the .kola tonntrs-. whirh !! for sWeanr
amount f-thi appr2raUeThrrej0Trtntr blobouHaillJbat-atarcery a
us cBnpjwwupoimfnuK. wMB4..,ft,vV i najr psea that waa not markea oy some
all this sltow of eratitude, we hire gener-l naw recital e,' murder and Blunder, and
u vui .ut.u..Su...i.w id on roreisro uciatioot'Wiin mstruc
service anl lacnhcea U out oenau. or ioni w make a tptcM M
wuciuvr w win reiH ,v tnev couio ootalo me Dccessary inior
be "ubjectedTolbe Ineen and woffi of matioo, ?7 "
unfeehng royalty, and to subject our Det 24WThe Senate wat togsged
selfcl lo an equal measure 01 a oro. is tn, chiefly in private twines,
it for America, for whom he ba hed hi j)ee, 29 The principal businews be
blood, and sacrificed his estates, and tart '. Senate, waa the bill to abolish im
wealth, and the vigour of bi early fife,! pritonment for debt, which was taken up
and who ha invited him to tier nore, Committee, at it aecond readlnjr.
to send bim back in the face of Europe )ff. SO. The Senate were engaged
a monument surely not worthy of the mot of the day, in discussing the merits
character of the American people i ' nf the bill for the relief of the Columbia
it a question whether he, who has been Colleee.
culled the Apostle of Liberty in bothl ya. j Th Committee of Claims, to
5.rW. ,nl . h..ben jpniaged, JikeUie. lWBom wt rrferred the jMtitioo of lcob
great Apostle ol o'd, in pleasing roan I Greer, of North Carcdina. reported unu
Ills character doe not need this but,' as
wa eloquently and appioprutely eipres
std by the Speaker, we are the posterity
of thoae with whom he fought and ihi is
vorably to the prayer of the petitioner.
" The joint committee of both Houses,
appointed to wait on General. La Fayette,
with a copy of the act concerning him,
reported that the committee waited on the
the firat act which posterity is called on Gtner,j M ,3 o'clock on Saturday last,
to perlorm. It t to show whether our
government is ht pocrisy or not. It is to
see if we will ra.nirett our regard for
the ptlnciplet of literty, or whetucr we
hall send back its champion, alter bleed
lug and atrurgliiic for "' aT to be" a re"
proach upn us in the eyes of the world, Lj,.,, noted on the Journal.
1 r - 1 1 . ..m n..,k;..ni .. . .
uu vi pviruj. 11c wuuiu mj me aaores 01 tne committee, and
. . . 1 - - r r 1 . ... - - - -.
on int auoject 01 ino aemrca ui wen. tne inlwer 0f Uto. La layette, accepting
and presented him with a copy of the act,
and with i copy of the resolutions of both
Houses j and that the General returned
The address of the committee was rerd.
and, with the answer of the General, was
States, irel it duty lo tender mm the La rayette. History hud recorded tnem, lhe nation of Congress, thai! appear in
Homage 01 iii.aumiraiion, anocuooy anajana tne page na oeen paruscu 07 an wuoi Carolinian next week.
esteem. I heard mm.
Retohtd That this body do highly ap
prove of the truly reiuilieai, wise, virtu I . xoatmaimT fu ko.
"0 Jsr arid ' auFcVf VSrTadmTnMt ration - of I The following is atanemeitt of the ap
Monroe, President of , the Unitedl plication and espeni4iture of ibe Alontin
o;'.t'.rs anu mti uh mi iciirmrm iruin i gem r una 01 tne nOUK vi ncfjtc.cma-
ofTice, he will carry with him the warmest uvea of the United St.tes, for the year
wishes of this body for bit future pros ienchnit Nov. 1st, 1824 1
ernor be requeued to communicate these
Resolutions to the President of the Uni
The Senate having taken the foregoing
Resolutions into consideration, it was
- Setotvcd, unanimeudy, Tbat the House
Ordered to the House of. Represent
the, for concurrence.
In the House of Representatives of the V, S,
during the discussion of the bill aaahing provU
ion for Gen La Tayetu,
Mr. Mercer rose and said, be had in
ijuajjtttijhj which proved the
ctte to be -above one million of Iivrca.
With this sum he might have lived in
RdiUM.fWWlw.u.i, Bnef is?
66 for the Office
Newspaper for lit session
I tin Congress
do. previous aession
, Keeping the Post Office
New furniture -'7: 11 "
Repaira.of oldo "
Service of horses and
3,07 r 2(S
- 297 78
The annual report waa received from
the Treasury Department J and, on mo-
. . a fa m Man .-, L.- -" ii " '" "
tion oi tir. r-iaou, a,uuu copies were or
dered to be printed.
The Senate was engaged the balance
of the day on the bill to facilitate the
trade between the citizen of Missouri
md the Mexican settlement bordering
the bill to abolish imprisonment for debt.
- V LATE PROM EUROPE.
By the arrival at N-York of the ship
PaciGc, Intelligence from . England to
the I9(h Nov. bas been received.
1 he Commercial Advertiser furnishea
ua with the following Interestbg partlcu-
ar in relation to the atruggle of the
Greeks for freedoni l -1 "
The newt fromXrece4of the tnott
cheering-fhracterThe acceslon til
victories which Immediately preceded the
abandonment of the naval operation, of
the Turk f the seaswetre'm fire t)rtl
Hant and decisive than we have supposed
a apppear from the Conataotltiople-accounts
themselves. The OHo'tti-n mlrt
istrv ha circulated accounts of aeveral
advantage aid tw have been obtained by
the Captain Pacha, but they were sudden'
ly succeeded by the most disastrous new
A letter from Constantinople of Oct. II,
" Equally unfortunate with all hi pre
decessors, the Turkish Admiral, in a fit
of rage and despair, bas had the temerity
to attempt a second attack on Smos. In
consequence, he set sail from Mitylene
with the Egyptian fleet, which had joined
hhni trat he hid scarcely put to tea, when
the intrepid Canarti sppcqt and spread
out his fleet, with great ability in his
mati&nvre. The Mussulmans, on the
contrary, in attempting to form, full into
dreadful confusion, which was ' Increased
when the Greeks advanced towards them
with an intrepidity which was acmired by
the European seamen, who were present
In action. It was of abort duration the
baibarians shamefully took Bight to seek
refuge anew in the port of Mitylene. But
the brave defenders of the Cross arrived
there a soon as ihrv.J',rew,,,nBt
fic or six I urkUh or Egyptian frigates
became a prey to the flames. The hero
ic Canai Is, after invoking the name of our
Bavioi, threw himself into a boat to direct
in person the terrible operations of the
A DREADFUL MTUATIO t ,,
Much sensibility is expressed a to the)
distressing and tniseralde ; situation. 14
which the Gwernor of Kentucky Is wa;T:
ccd by the cofiducl of his son. "lit is .
cbmmllied to prison, and under Talent
presumptions accused of murdrr In the
brst degree. On looking at the Coiisil-' :
tutlon of Kentucky, we find that the Got JL
rpor of.that itate U-4trusted with tho-
sole power "to grant reprieve indDn.:
tfon,'except'tn caies of Impeachment. '
How deplorable wilL.be Jha situation or--..-.
ifiieTAlUrt if tbt Governor shall bO called
upon to ngn the death warrant of Jut son,
Without the rjublic. nowerful and nres-,..
Ing coosideraUoa w UUk snod. IWtus------"
Govr Detha to- likely to be placed innear
ly the ame trying and heart rending situ-
tion. He cannot now resTgntbccau.se. to
resign would, be to prejudice bi soVa
guilt, by presuming hi conviction which
is the only thing which can compel hint
to act upon the case. Hi situation la
indeed heart-rending and most pitiable".
- Phil. Demo. Prat.
At the riding school of Valenciennes,
(France,) there are at this moment the
two amaHesr hoTetht exIttiiT rrance,
and perhaps iu Europe, v They are only
09 iin.be utgn, ana art wen maicnea.
There are said to be at this time be
tween 700 and 800 Acts of Parliament in
this country applicable to the Criminal
Law. The Code .aftalean awards the
punishment of death to six case only
that of England lo 200 pafun
j axw TORK oxcl 29.. -PATRIOTS
In England all ees are turned towards
Peru- Packets are constantly departing
for South America every rumor is seiz
wsetMTcin and imeftst are I It on the sub
iect. knowing full well that the last blow
aeait at tvranny will be struck in Petu-
II OUS E OF REPKLSEN1 ATIVE9. Hence the most contradictory reports are
Monday Dte. 27. On motion of Mr. 1 received, and the enemies of the patriot
Long, ol N. C.it was ltre induct iously employed in propaga
Kenfvrd, l hat the committee of Wat 1 time rumors of their discomfiture. In
and' Means be instructed to inquire into (i bis country there is but one side to tbe
the expediency of reducing the duty on question, although there are some favor
the importation ofTialt.. - (able to the divine right of kings,' who
Dec. 28 The committee on the Post would not grief if Boliiar was compelled
Offite and Post Roada, reported a bill u to I to Ml back upon the teriitory he bas al
reduce into one the several act establish Ireadv liberated.
CRKAT viairiNO PAKTT.
A subscription is about to be open
ed in England, to form a company of
30 ladies and gentlemen, -to proceed
in a packet to visit the Coaau of- the
Mediterranean,, the Isle of Greece,
Asia Minor, Syria, Egypt,- and the
Black Sea. . The vessel is to be equip
ped with elegance, and provided with
every "thing whkrt can contribute to.
the pleasure of the passenger. The"
expedition will occupy three yc.rs,
and the expense will be 800. tterliug
A late number. ol Cobbed' Register,
speaking of Great Britain, say, " Thou
sands upon thousands die from tranr every
year in this kingdom. There is not
people upon earth who tuflVr so much
from Aarfcr aitbe peoole of this country.
In no other country do the people die so
quietly from the assault of hunger.
Education and Internal Improvement.
rJvhnson,.w Louww, naa ubmil
ing and regulating the Post Office Depart
ment ; " which was twice read and com
Dec. 29. Among other bills announ
In a late Boston Centinel it is staled on
thefaitn of a letter from Panama under
date of the 30th October, tbat a battle had
been fought on the 17th near Truxillo, In
which- BoliTar-had beenrdefeiTed, and
cedtolbft.Houeioy-aa -having -re
the United States, tbe following resold r,"T,"ln ,or VJC" J'" rsiory. i ms womo oe oisasirous micm-
.... . I nrttaV karArisa as lasta.' I ikana "anJ.atil "If If aaa uas IWasV IVss 1 las all
t 1- .1... ... Itnni! . " I "w " -w l,vt'VkllllWWui ta is nwa .u.WM, a, s. .11
ipienoour, m - ry uer .u - ---u i.i. i;,w.f . I "DeeTSK-Ut. Strong offered anamend- tomnStXmmoiM-B
a a Dermanent and Derpetual fund for lh electioo of I 'resident and Vice-rres- every dav will decrease the power and in
Education and Internal Improvement. tdentt. which he moved to be printed, to- fluence of Spam in South America
-fcwrrd.-rhM lhe procteds- of the gnerwmrrtnetnenamenia,on me same
U. C iu, aner uefTyinjr xoct i. V ' I" Extract tta letter frtm a rmUleman wht mttended
It T ascertained that the amount of toll
collected on the Canal during the last
season is nearly if i not quite &3i0,000,
wnicn win pay ine iiitertst, at s percent,
on aeveo million of dollars'. The canal
revenue is already more than sufficient to
par lb inurest the canal debt, and tbu
before a very Important section of the
rieCn la finis W JW hen therwholej
line ia completed te income will bo very ;
much increed. " U
trrerwnMei."nev: xommanoea . ine
Nutionul Guards. 1 hi paper ws enti
tied to all respect. The vgent or Gener
al " Li Fa)etre.rl'h peculiar rtiodcaty,
.r.'ffYe.: be .nnuallv invested. South Carolina and LoulJana
General made to Prance during the revo; bf the Secretaiy the TreasoijFiathelAr
i.nSnn. .iihmiirh ihoaa vnnaino mi,, stock of the Bunk of the United States, agreed to.
I . . . a . I la MIAliAll I BkA
neciwT with the great cau e. of the coun I or In Jhe itoca oi
rii& iiiav direcT. 10- ""wyru, a mi idc commmcc on
IV) III Wllivil ll lisau V I'VJV U nib stvsa 1 , , f I f s . . .
due. He referred to the circumstance ol getner wimtne inieresi anuuauy accruing ...Hu..c .....w
th loradnn of land near New Orleans, thereon. . incccawiy
don. Ha honed all onnosition would be ate lv after the apDOintmCDLBl Jlepreaen-
ti-,WniTh ; mT.mk hlAttaiivea. and everv tenth vear thereafter,! . Jn.Zm
WHUUI IWU a V S IWS,Ol V 1 " - w 4 m Itf
been made in estimating the amount of the proceeds of the interest arising on tbe House a
tkt ceUbnoitn f the 304a Jnnivertarg f lhe
44 T he concourse of people was un
usually great. Mr. Everett a Oration
and exnedienca of wovidin mo" triumphant displ. ol erudl
r - I . i . II. .....
lie was i.u iiuui.
1 never listened to
number of boatvarrived at that place du
ring the aeasoe, at 3780 ; cleared 2672
amount of toll; collected IMS 11
Utica Gazette. "
I . . . r . ' ' " I .
and made a calculaliofcf the lo. which Unclved, Tht the yw following the Itg.l pcnaltie. against every loan or ,r and
.. . r., .... I . r .l. . ....... mnA mm.it. I dlsburaemrnt of lh nuhlic mnn not 10 aeMvenng It, snn
tne utnerai nao ausiainea minis iransac ,u...y. I i 'j i" .1 : ' t 7 ' ' ..w -it r,.lffrr nf mlndr-i
uuignuaof ine isw oi vrwress. I -- ,-- - .
Tha n.Vir nrcntd til tho range WM grano, inairutUTC, auu glow
communication from the Depart- Hg corruscation ot tne tnuwier-
0.-.. i ..11a.H ft showed tha efiaeta which
... . . . a ... n n . j : . l . i. . fc. . 1 1 Hiki Mi.in.fl i nirin ill 3111.. rnnimiiiiiiir 1 ki ui n, em, 1 w.vu. w - -
It pay, which uewraii r a? etie woum
nin-fri.ii. -iu.uuu nniuri:.iDtrEi.iuuuK tin ni.i.i n.n. .viviub - - i .7
ws a great wccumulatVon of tntemt ratio of the representation r oAe lhair-ot Udw the tableau
v,;.k u-.i k . tk. m. I whtrh aiim vhsll con-titute a fund for ed-l On motion it was
'un u nisi iiim viwii iw v . .1 . r . ...
wu1uikav.11 Miiuiu usiiiMisi ra v.ara vw -wasw s a t
civil and religious liberty by , tbe Pilgrims
of Plymouth traced the rise' and pro
gress, nd fall, jjf- other natioat4' -jgavo a
A nobleman f tbe fast anchored
isle oncechrertised fat IBEngliiS
arrvant. Pat hearing of this, applied
for the-situatinn. On being asked of
what country he was, he replied, " An
Englishman, tn be lure." "And
wherewa roorborn t'lri Dabtin
urely,w said Pat. . " Born in Dublin,
and an - Englishman I -Tiow- can that
be J" Why, plate your honor,' re
plies Pat, lt irppae a man ia born in
a cubic t. ia tbat any. roijon be should
be a horse ( '---- '
w,,, - la .Mt-' it.Hw,a.1Uj.. injMw.i.-..-... X - . r -i ( . waa.awrt imlvnalnsl
propriatfemmonhhneither be routtmo.OuiuLinu
the rre.srv. iK)r stock to be tedtemed be applied to ihesrcectsrunaer tne aa- pnu pcoency oi ro
, . ". ... . ... .1 -r.t- J: ..'t. ...... 1 tion n'laii.n tho nmw nf fir.! acrpeants I (Urw oesuoies. 11 waa an mun .w-..,
m ,tal..0Mwrp.l-.pr. .,,;-- - . j:;- - ,,.Ui.. like, nmphn of lni.b,.hhlh.
priated in money, bUt a sum equal to the 1 you "will, that has to be, to do, and to sut
r'nmt..'..ii ii .. ininiha of Freedom. The audience were so
i vvi,iMniivHvu wisavwa f mm wv mm 1 - . - . , ,
nnto be granted, .lie cna if ngeo tne iei mm . r.7 uaLZI'IVTZa - - : nhic.l. oolitical. and reliirioue scope of
ftvaarallid- teGeneral La Favett. humour. PKiionnK'.J..Sim.hii. Mr. Llvlntrsion oflVrad K. fallowing reerch, which rushed like a mighty tor
anottobe found in modern, nor in a Gne savinr for evecv thimr but httmour resolution: rent of intelligence urn the mind, as to
ncient time i in all the eruud a -ft.ii; r- ----- i3v.i- . .k- ui ..A?i
BiUOTiven if fTA ia thofM 'nf"Alhirl aomaih!n tn It IIW . llt.nL.i in a rnlrl n r ran fit fla ta eanrt i-rarr than m9tm lutelr DHinful. vIt wa, indeed, M the feast
?es to the land of tha RorU... i.L;ni, . .... i j.- ,u., I .iu- -r .....k,:. ui . fM 4AfraMAA.M:.lIe -has not nlrequalled
;.Bf-ttura-inU-i1 fi lends, bur faH
iiw . a -- . - - a.. v i a as a 7 a a. a
I ranliuinn. mnm. mnvwrinn took feUce. I Cannot U8SS. He I n nOOOr tOflt COUII
I k. c I .1 . A ik. - .p. tn ine i?e in wmtii lie i" "
vipcaacr incu ironuunv.. !" - n
tot theTurlt-ahd; the-Saracen. bomfoTTiftdehor t a: strBsUoa In thosw sciences nfeemry for thi"expectationa 01 id nienas, our w
Deluded -vlth.a.pMoitFo..4lke like Demry to health of the body od The aervice of the military marine, with ouitripped all hi former wonder Jul el
fonnrfew remark which he Jiad the health of the mind; and ihr another power to report by bill or otherwise. fort, and fixed the-pillar of Hercule, to
wSSMr0 tt avOo the aubjea fif ths refcre
'Jw;fMt:ri,liH. ftiie pfrnmtheKfh
"etnan Irnm I
. ifStorr rose, and commenced with
pertinent and powerful remark on
muntcates its benen s to all around you,
arid irr this' particular fesemblea a cheer
ful fire, tbat it will warm two as well as
one. - '
oTution out of order.
"I be conversation was here dropped.
- - twe nut sior,
f lome must if poasible-he renderect.i-
pleasant to it master t and a wife
slimild ever strive to appear amiable
in the eye of her husband. A, man -
should come to his own -fire-side """'
weary bird to its nest, not as a captive
to his prison.
Captain Warrington, who has been ap
pointed to the command of the U. State
Nv FKes.ia.theyrt ImlitSeaf anJ"
Ctdph of Mexico, In the room of Com. v
Porter, who hit been recalled., tri conse ,
quenceof the affair of Faxardo, will tewe.
ilii-s- poi k 1d "lhe ' Vr
Lieut. Comi Gallagher, to enter upon the
duties of hi new appointment. A"