t . T't
i I HO I.A ii: iH(.N jni'HVALS,
it! hia reteartfics ll PumiieiL In .
19 bis Iili nil. Mr. Nm irr. .).. J n ...
y. ,. ,.; "wniycu.iinign'y M US operations, but bmUi4IM
N)W,er 6, lilt, ,ys-'. Irs oo. l W.ndtoonsa.M.t. At present we e
in roorni In these baths
, eomt hoi hatha recently dcorred,) my
Hcnilwi h.. been particularly attracted
.mirr.j unknown ana in the highest stele
! p""M;- 0 on. of them was
yi-cca mi sacicioo or a female, lMsnin.- mil us r it ineir ottue conhi.td u
i in t covered with jewels
,1 tddlilow to Hd brM rtrt form of
hkh wit lretdjr known-' I br ttkn
worimintmpoi wnicn it aoioiuuiy
mtncutuuC 1 itur tou thi our moitliotDtlicd ta km .
skilful Jtwefltra could mika notUnffhbe (urra of th loca-moil .n,i...
mora eltganl, or of betttr Ueu Jl
tV wB.BwP,i J
loilI icwcU lk 1 enmlned
Grenada, and of tha uma deklgm bkk
;. 7." 'na "," or tbe meni upon carta and pack horie. tba
Mooriih women, tod on tha Jcwcm of I rout w.i, li.dacd, mora tlrculioui, but
Tatuan. an tha coail of . Africa. ThaJtha IncrttuA
braceleti form a alnglp ring, and are ,ao
.c.utf....K vm inner mai onipin TO M ot in Hw and tblt la a Uii-
aama arutu iM piinopalhall or tha
uint ia cowed atuft oeauurul orni o.eoti,
and the cornice la aupported br a number
of amatl Hurea in alio relievo of a very
viiKi.i.i in.r.ticr.- ii it i(ucuw to ue
scribe the charm that one feds In touch-
Inj these objects on tbe spot where tbet
navo stood fur age s, and be fore tbe illu-
aion Is cnUrelr destroyed. One-of the
windows jru. covered Uh rtprnlficciu
b Mtmum l wapies.
.aMini. rauuniait in m ra, cnap -
ur sot nemioni wcu in ibv -naaei, ia
the Temple of Erecthuvt cut lo the rock,
oald to cootkln salt water and to yield the
aouniof wavea when -the south Ind
Uowar-Tb1i H, after remaining closed
rjp,and unknown for perhaps a thousand
tears, was discovered h i 853, as w find
from a letter In a French Journal. . Want
of provisions, and still more, want of wa
ter, had compelled tbe Tuikt to aurren
der.The CreeAsraftrr they got tba-for
trese Into their hands, (ore saw that slml
Jar privations might operato.agsirwt them-
"' selves, and bavinj;' obsenren, while en
gaged in the siege, some water filtering
throuch the soil at the root or tbe rock,
thef dug dor from above towards thejieniptibie tritkif he hofitt toon re abU
pot whence it seemed to proceed, and I Convince hit friend, ire entirely without
soon came to a subterraneous stair of 150
Slept, cut in the rock, conducting to a
small square chamber, in which was a
well, yielding a copious supply of. fine
. - "TTi. Ti.M-kMAMB teal! ...V....a
rauv w nw
future timet and the Creeks
complain that the well has lost the-fabu-
- a a . . a w v
tous cnirarur avcnoeaio n 01 rsusanias.
-""The chamber at the foot of the stair con
tains, upon the stucco walls, fresco paint
fogs relating to tho lives of the saints a
proof that It bad remained open till after
the introduction of Christianity.
. TriltAlL ROADS...
The rapidity with which the public
mind has been directed to the subject of
FUil Roads, and tho numerous schemes
tor esuU'.ishlng this new mode of convey
4ks which Vv- beBentU protected
or carried Into effect in different parts of
observation;-"! is earryjvWears Sine
lrch rails was first introtluced, as an im-
- prove ment upon the wooden or train rail
way ; and the loco-motive engine, which
is to act ao prominent a part in the pro
frcted itadtthas been in operation in the
a a a. Am
neiffnoournoon ot iNewcaitie upon l vne
Bonxarmmi or retry ears, witnoul exciting
vSnuch,loJkteL.otAUeiauKU . It ia only
appear to be, all at once, alive to the im
portant results to be anticipated from tbe
Introduction of thie peculiar power.
There appear to be two reasons why an
extraordinary . effort . should bo TOd -at
the prescnf rnoment to'estabfish this Ini
proved means of transport for merchan
dise. ' In the first place,.' commercial
men, in-, the presert circumstances ot
trade, biirir obUeed to submit to a low
rate of profit, perceive the necessity , of
j. ccoDonuaiug luevcrj oraucn m epcnm-
dize, and the transit of roods between
the merchant and manufacturer, and con
sumer, is one very important item of this
charge. It Js to be expected, there
f. tn I .a .. .asiLa .'I4 i . M
nity will be on the alert to establish these
facilities of communication-thoae new
methods for the cheap and expeditious
transport Tirgoo-wnicn promSse ttraef ,??md rd,yJ" nt
.... . .. INetf.Vmib aft,ii...ntftmift.- nm wa AKl.dMft.1 ftn hntf
of aqch advantage to the consumer, 4ho
mshtttacturer," abd Uii merchant. r-T"'
Tn the eecond piaeeHheeorrent rate of
Ttrn"' """'.r -InreTisloelDofTTntcdmen are eager
ihi to embrace any scneme which promises
T': ;!-. . -: - a fair return for the capital invested i and,
f great feosftind '.ttlgmiude are jeadiljrj
scheme being apparetit, the means of car-
rying it into execution are forthwith!
provided. " .... .." j
The Steam Engine Is the great moving
T power;tf fwhict ihe TOffimerdaT superi
. oiity of ilys cotiatfy bte be advanced and ,
p.ic jtnfii u (hit potr tr niurl.y
Ikilr.f, ki tH(rnlif the tails if twt t
iofial pro'puiiy, Nt Mia since, ivtry
nr.1..,. !.. ' .1
" . i .. i . . ' . . !. .
""(! VU IMf wrlf III SBTVjiw HO
rectlon, plough the lo,y WIIows, end
forcing hcir .y i Je.pite of wind and
wsather. Almost ell our PaUet ekt.U,
ILhinent between lingUd, France, end
Holland, fcotl.nd and Ireland, ere eteam
1 1 the eonvmrict of passengers! mcrchsn
din Urg encot It (rtmporud Uh
fren.fef;u!4rli d Ji.p.tth, tkfMci-
row, 'In a hw ctr u.il
dutllag tbalmuwrna iaffij between Llr-
al Cuicrow. Dirml.Ktm ni
, Cm.li Wrr a 'wonderful (moron-
VVbat It Ktinel In tower. borrr, r
Dcoltf which cannot b overcome; and
I which. l th- nrewm dtt. will not k-
lubmltted to. Del weeo Liverpool and
Mancbeuar. for In.f.rw. is.
lima re outre J far th M....nri Ar
roodi, br Cifial. Is Stated to bo Ih rt -tlx
hours t b ril .v. It It
effected in one-sixth of the timet and
those onlrwhoara acouslnted with tha
detalla of budaess can ba full. .r. f
ikf-Mnv ihltAi,, inrrrfb
ouk branches of trade, and what facilities
1 jt will impait to tbe general operations
I , 1 ,
J ' vm m itNimi aia.
I . The Editor of the Warren (N. J. Ad.
focatesavs. be feels bimaelf blir.d
,pologixe for the protracted appearand
0f hi n.nr. nutirfumtt.rw..iui un-
dtr his . controul - - It
shall hereafter be published on Tuesday
of each week." The editor complina
that u unreaeous means'' nave been tak
en to militate againal his interett, par-
tlcuIsHr lC be .tortf ern pits of the
County, where sn account of his death ni
UHrfa hadbetn indoatriouvly circulated.
This, and other iander$," and "cori-
. McthodUtU 1733, five methodists,
fnm ircUnd, settled in the city of Nf
York, one of whom was a preacher, in hia
1 . " f
aons. i his was the ort rectnodist socle
ty in America, l be number gradually
increased, "end, In 1 766, a methodiat
meeting, bpuse. vis' hu'Ut' la Joho-atrtet,
the firat that was erected in the Uoittd
States. In 1116 an elecant church was
built on the same spot which accomodated
2000 hearers.- I here are now" In the
chy of New York six methodut churches,
besides two built for colored people, who
worship separately from the whiles.
Fire. We iesrn with reerct thai the
dwelling house of Alfred Moore, F.q- in
Brumwick coonty, was burnt to the
irtuuii.i uii niv .K.. .v. ..- ..u ......
I one o'c oclun the morning, when it. bad
made such broeress as barely to allow
time for the fumily to escape, which they
happily did, with the loss, we understand,
of every article in the house, lifcluding
Mr. Moore's very valuable library . The
total loss is estimated at seven thousand
. tw Mpm4 w amwm ucen ine
work of an incendiary, who has oot yet
THE POWER OP GUNPOWDER.
LxxiMGTOM, Va. Makch 18 The
ert of blasting rocks, on m large Vale,
has been brought to great' perfection by
xome'workmen in: the. employment of j
Messrs. Jordan and Irvine, who are en
gaeed in constructing the upper section
of the cartel now forming on the'marglQ
of James river where it passes through
the Blue Ridee. A mass of rocki, wak
fraaured to pieces by one.,jbJsttt av,fewi
I days seo, which, by the dimensions given
musi navo wciKni;iiawua - a no
quantity of powder employed wras fifty
pounds. ' The dimensions of the rock
were 63 feetu long, 1 1 J. feet eP uM0
feet hroad. " "'. r.
provetnents. that a pair of snuffers is aa compli
cated u a cotton-min, and a man must have a
knowledge of mechanics to . dress himself. . A
Ne 'York acquaintance, he was obliired to rioar
ttirin.ii, w tMuuebourte anoca af-we door!
Lm fIJain.K gentleman missed
his cloak caughtthe villianaurorhoned
him to the. police in Ttelehbrjirinwir:
his cloak bare headed. . , AedA-fdv.v
Children are in the habit of chewing
Indian rubber. It perhaps is not general
ly known that quicksilver Is br9ygh.t.in
thTs TrtIcTe,7and it" roaj jbj Jconstdexed
tank poison. ''r-'"-?i';. . ,'.
' tn a.irxu, ir. V J..
IU I bur..,' ftifcil frctlvttt frora
Mr. .Iurr fur tHiliKitloa, in rullaln
,irr.r, Th kt. . r . f,, f "
' . . r ' .
i . t ' . , . . . - . ' .
ilp!J tkrlrerMiion a.4 ' ( prevaricate
bcre x!.liif.l, Is aot the cnl )mik
cofiaectedj with the late proctelin(r,i at
Wah!njj4n, the Cf poalilon of which wlil
Mtoaikh tlii riaiion. ,
iLaJbRffM CVy, Ftb, S, U3I.,
lion. T. I, EtiToa
Dear in Kotwithstandlnp tie n-
tatiooi fteaad cm Thursdar tnlnf
and on- I'r'ulkv. from wtlch .you tnlfki
Suatlr caaxluda thai 1 would nrSt vote for
rlMrAdiinwl A,row Inclined U tblol
. it. ' t t r v" - - - - ---
fiHTerenilv.'.nJunVktiome other change
inTOt -mlnil ulei tt.'te T sb.ll vote Ut
him.' I take the carllatt opportunity to
ipprUe you of this fcr, that yoj may oot
commit yourself olth friends on Ibe sub-
- , '" J01W ICOTT.
a , . ... - t,-.,,- i.
riiswtt.1 - '
' St uire ChamKft Feb. 1,1823.
Sir i I melved on the morning of the
th Inst, your rioted the Mb, in which
you make known d me your Intention to
give tbwvote of Missouri tw Mr. Adam.
Sinister rumors, and some ro'mivlnfs
ot my own, Md oecn preparing my mind
for an extrsordinsry devctopemeot j but
M was not until I bad three times talked
with you, face to face, that I could believe
In the reality of ei Intention ao Inconsis
tent with yeur previous' conversations, ao
repugnant to your printed ' pledges, so
amaxtng to yimr rrmitlttiniti
""TiS'rwiiieb you bund thus to
give, is not yeur own. It belongs to the
peopU of the state of Missouri. They
re against ilr Adams. I, In their name,
do solemnly protest epbst your Inten
tions, and deny ywur moral power thus
to hestow Ibair vote. "-.
Yoa have been oUased to make I re
ference lo .one of your conversations to
mf rsonid svisss w this oIomi. i
now reltrm that 4 disdain and repel tho
Ppesl I and Sraia j-toait you to the exalt
ed tribunal o honor and duty. . : ' J-
for nme-ytars wahavo been closely
connected in, our political course t at
length ihf; contusion it dissolved, and
dissolved under circumttances which de
nounce our everlastlbK separation. -
For some expressions which you felt as
unkind, in our conversations on Sunday,
I ask your pardon od oblivion.. I bad a
riHt to give you my opinion on e point
of public duty, but none to in flit t a wound j
on your feelings, and tn this unexpected
breaking of many ties there is enough f
... TI L.. t ! .V .. ft ft I .. . . . . '. 1 ....
ui.ftivoiu.tDie pain, wiinuui iub lamiiugi
infliction cf unkind words.
.To morrow Is tbe day for yourself-immo
U t ion. If you have an enemy, he may go
ana feed we eyea poo toe aceno. - sour
. . ... m .
former, inena wui soun ino auueung
With sincere wishes for your personal
welfare, I remain, fcc. .'
- THOMAS H. BENTON.
tttOn TBS STATiaVAL HTaMXKVCII. '
MessrClesand S-ton will oblige me
by Inscribe, in in nr pvper of to-morrow.
troin the Rentutxy Uarette, the corres
pondence f the 33d .February last, be
leen JPULPJ. Ibentucky Represents
. . L . ..1 f
rfr" r jt.i.-- i.i-i-
ZrV ,.:r:7& '.T::" ..
Nashville;Vhigit needs no comment.
17Mf a Reprttetaiivr$,
l ebruary STid, 1825.
Sua i In a late number of ih A(r
Weatern America, you are represented
to- have saiit, at LesttirnBirr
lo this city, In November last upon tbe
authority of Mr. William T. Willis, that
w forty thousand muskets would be re
quired to rectify the politics of Kentucky.'
The undersigned, having supported your
election In the Mouse of Representatives,
and believing you incapable of making
tne remark imputed to. your deem it
duty to afford you an opportunity, of con
tridictidg tifc-rtfmrlltLWMtetM the
satisfaction of U who, at any stage ol the
Preside!'! .contest took' an interest in
your most ODCfueni aemnts.
ftOBT P. HENRT.
T. P. MOORE,
J. T JOHNSOM,
C. A. WlCUUFFll.
-r- n'cuhhgten Oy, -Feb. 21, 1824". 1
tCETtrt tYoijr letter of to-day Is
i.mi.Jt, and hasjbecn read with, some-
tbfhg Wsurprfsei : I did not useihe ex.
lnQUariajiiusets would 4e required io
rectify the poliics of Kentucky," nor any.
e srpression like ttrMrstay at JexlniriOB
navei no Tecouectionot speaking at an
about the local arirsof your state. It is
subirfct about WrSifh I should not feci
my self at libeVt i ttf ln ter
Wyiiam T. Willis,-! have no recollect
tbn of bim, nodo I Belive 1 er had an
acqualnlauct WUh.,bltfl-.. It-i -acareejy
possible that, sharing ss I did the poliu.
ness and , jieipiility of the citiz&s of
lAxlntfon, I shout! venture, to intuit
them by Sounkiml a rcmaik. I did not J
It has no rekfmliln.ee of mej fir If so,
then Indeed might I be considered e
mtUttry thif4,- 4t has been charged.
l.arp. with great respect, your most
, AMDBEW JACKlO.V, .
Heiirs. RoVt F. tfenty,
T. P, Maore, , ,
C.t; If Uklfi. ""
" y: , , 7 --"i -
1 ' Jamu Mosaoa, late President of the
coned hy Major. AnoetwaV Uragoons,
and accompanisa oy. mo rrcsiaini, m
priaclpsf onicers of the government, and
a'touotUr of out cllisens, who had paid
blm a visit in the morning, as an evidence
of their continued respect, and to bid him
farewell." 'Among the incidents peculiar
Id our'Repullic, this, unlmportkot as It
may appear to those at a distance, Is not
thelesst Interesting. Mr.Mosaox, who
a short time since was the Chief Magis
Irate of tbe Union, and who had for right
years past guided the helm of State, was
now, under the operation of our Uwj, re
tiring from an office second la dignity to
none la the world, to mix again with his
fellow citizens, a:td (o become once more
one of the people. There was "either
pomp nor show on the occaJoiw lie waa
mounted on horseback, and .'dressed In
his ususl plain attire and as the silent
cavalcade passed along, he received and
returned tbe salutations of many who
availed tnemscives or this last ouportunl-
'a. ... ...
and so taoniuiiy, scrveo ine puouc.
He will carry with him, Into retire
ment, the grateful remembrance of bis
country, for the many and important Ser
vices he has rendered during tbe last fifty
years t end he will receive the best wish
es of his countrymen, for bis future wej
fare end happiness t this city will long
remember hirat bt has been our firm
friend, attentive always to our permsncnt
Uureata, end desirous of promoting our
present and feturo vwpertyrM.",
-We understand that certain dealers
irh the Banks ol this City, who reside lo 1
the country, hsve, for some time past,
fallen into a practice which, though done
without any mischievous purpose, is si
together unjustifiable, and for which, they
subject themselves to the penalties of the
law. borne or these dealers, when they
have found it Inconvenient 40 aee their
Bank Securities, have taken upon them
kU th nriviletre of slrnlnr the dmimi
of their absent mends to tbelr renewal
Notes. This, in a few instances, has
been proved, end m others H has stroncly
been suspected to be ;.- the ct9..JSt
mention " hI""cir'comstance',in order to
prevent - like practices in future, a we
fesm, that those who have' the manage:
ment of these Institutions hive resolved,
in order to put an end to this practice, to
make an. example of the first person who'
shall again offend in this respect ' and
when it is known thus to sign another's
name to a Note, unless authorized to'do
sf rtgutaf power' of'attomeyi and
that power be lodged with the Dank at
It is honedi that hereafter no nn i
. - , ; - i
.uu. . : iiiunFfl nrniirr, I
LAFATETTF3 VIJIIT TO SAVAXNAU
The ceremonies st Savannah, On Mun
ay 21st ult. of laymc the Corner Stones
oi monuments to the memory of Mai
r m . - -
(eneral Count Pulasxi, by General La-
intrresting Hind they occupy severs
columns of the Ssvsnnah papers.
r. - - .i . .iftft. r j
witnessed the preservation of an elegant
stardard, to the first or Chatham Reel
ment of the Georria Militia, command
by Colonel MAksiiiLi.
He then proceeded, accompanied by
voTcruura roup, anu -Alio mayor oi ine
r-- ir ... .
cityi to the -MisiTDIhnererea Tor
l: :- t- i li. n l ' l- i
uiiu in -)c sisscmuiy nwm, wnico
was fitted up in lendid style, for the
Immediately after dinner, about i
oclocIVtKe Centra! returned to Bis lode
logs, and soon alter took his departure,
m the steam boat JlatamaAa, for Augusta :
accompanied bf the Governor, and his
suite, and Brig. Gen.. Harbxh, and his
The General was addressed, previous
to CepartUror &t the rreirctr antr. at
icendsots oC. French, residing in Satan
nah, to which he responded with great
...ft.M. .- i J '..I I - -
A- uall vsive-in--het'vewng,-aTr
the Exchange- which was brilliantly at
lendcdr although the preungnif are'
graiiiving me company .witn ius pre
The New-York Commercial Adverti
ser, of Wednesday evening, '23d bsiSJ
says "at one o'clock this day, the sun,
UWwdt ..am' 4tiii!y enga&4 klar ea'
I 1 ' M I ,
Silfsturp, 0prfl 11, ills.
Cerrctpendanta wW he attended U U
MIS. ' ' , ' ' .
0e Sandar, the S7th uh.'Ue nt. Iiakv "
ator from CrorHai A oiLt'ryJh'y p .'
hmm ibi jufk.'f suuU1,s6r sir. Xastara'i
dorUeiU., In Cetgta, whff Wf ndrnfin4he "
CoqUmpUea'rctiuuAjrif on hia country catate '
mUI kU haahh 48 hawo k-en tvywBtd, an '
the orglnal vigor hU comtilutloo rtorti '
LVtring Mr. Crawford's stay La title town, kk. ,,
fVietvda Invited bias u aa entenslmnea lkh '
k'e -poTrtely dccCnedrfor waonrverfltA viaaT
sad katiafkctory. , The asoat active of ktr. C'e '
tUdtl enemies (and we pmuaae he hae hut
few pemnml onas b this sactloo af the L'bUvi)
esited with hia friewd in their sysnpsthy for the'
Uof'fUinaU bodily indrmlty sukdirr which he has' -
for a long period, Uborcd iha elfceti of which
ee hia vidon, as wcO as tha whole of hit phytV
vm .ftftifty . v.... .mwm
-: ' ItOtiB FALSEHOODS DETECTED.
Aft wcaka kiner, aa aMwytaoua Icttev srsiil
the round, purporting te detail tha 'rfce ..
pil$ of On. Jackaoa, as revealed by hiawaV '
ia craveriatlon with tbe writer of the letter-
That letter made Geo. Jackaoo (peak anU '
menti tht mmM dlafrM tb. Grvxt T Stu
pucbkn tnc prouueuoo, because it bore oa its
face the anarka f faWbeod sad sWgtry.' it le
ow aacertaiaed ie he aa we svapected.?
la aaother. part wf our eohmna will be area
s correapowdeaee hrtweee Oo. ko'and
eertaia snembers of Kentucky delefttloa.
This brings te light snd exposes another at
tempt to Injure the fair rime of the hero of
New-Orleana, - Mow sniambfe must he" the
caave that requires auch tricks artifices and
fclacbooda to prop it up.JThe enemies of Gen. .
Jackson; h would seem, expect (er support tUlr"'
4 by tricka and hei u numVou and as keen, .
Al tne-necesmties their suthors foelJ'.. ... .
SuVk will wot all dn t They cannot dbnloht.
I one tittle of the gratitude tha Americas peopU
feel toward him fur his pre-eminent services,
nor, wOy one leaf of the hurcb) that encircle
hia brow. The infamy they would heap ot him
recoil ow themelve while the apoataneoat huu
fukjje of tha AjnerieaJt people, ir b tbe words
of the illuktrious Jeflirraoii at the dinner in Lynch
borjf, Honor to hira who has filtrd tha t
auro oT bio country 'a fUmj. -'. -
Mr. Clay has Published a very long and h
bored addreW o his late conatitnents, in etpla
BatbMi Se4 Vanlkatitw of thVpart he took In the"
recent Preaidentia election. The letter b ad
dreaard to his coastitnenta, but Is evidently ia.
tended fbt-a wider elreoUtion.?The great
length of this production muheceaaarily ex.
chide It from oof cotumaa, where, eve could it
appear.lt Would not ho adl "through by oaa .
In fi of our readers; Aether Mr. Cly has
or haa not been Influenced by sinister motives,
in thf part liertubklrt tte Pttsideaflal tledionir:
ia not for .us to sy; h ia, however, certain, that
ilnt Kim. nK. ...
-o .".-. H4 JBaW---
mum. . . ........ -
: . But he his succeu and that of Mr.; Adams,:
owing to what causes they jnajr, we ainceraly..
hope their alminiatratioB may be auch as to
vodoand to their honor and to the prosperity
and zlorv ot'our "gy'"" " '
Ih anothar column of our paper will be found
paper will bt found
a corrcapondance between Mr. Scott, represen
tative frtm M'ikwi, and Mr. Benton, one of the
Senators from the same sute, oh tho subject of
the presidential vote. In order that our res
ders may mors fuujr understand this cwroapon -
aence,wa nere auojoiB aa extract from Mr. ,
George Eremer's drcukr W his" conslituents : . .7"
MrScotCof . Missouri, was known --t
to -be openlf and-decidedly "Opposed to
Mr. Adams. After it was reported that . .
Clay hadlnducid certain states lo bin b
me support ot Mf. Adams, Mr. " Scott
. a. . . a ...al S j..
stsfed to two of the friends of Jackson
thattt vras-feported that Clay end bis
mends had held a meeting and deter ;
mined .00 supporting Adams i' 4hat - ho - -
did not believe it,bul if they had, without
lettinerhim know it, he' would be d J
if hr:wmld;iictch-uTrn h Wifoharr
of. Clay's best friends, but that he would '
not be sold like a'sher p In the shambles ; .,
haf !- -woliher to be -bargained for J
ne pieasen ; tnat ne waa more friendly to
Jacksorr ihmdamtriJld JlIiTC13s, bi
JSCKSpn. .: -T---
f 1 hay certificateif in irfiosiesslola:liey
amnese ktaunyjuu. v . :
The Hon. Charles Hooks Is announced,
Sn the Wilmingtoo Kecorder, as a can
didate to, represent that district T In '-'tho .
next Congreas.. '. '. ;''rf M f!.:
V illie P.L,MsneumXsq.4lao.BBi
nounced, in the Hillsborough Recorder,'
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as a candidate lor congress tiom max ;
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