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gfil ct ! r aJ ff joint m, i kiUMt.
til t ijt'.'ti f WjIkM Uit nt.
Il wit yak tUft that, u3 tU
jiaih of the lait of the St jwti.th P
1,'oJcr lit! tlwati onitICtlJt
to it iMaaf SeetHo Inlaid. 11f
7.a4 erttr b oU w ts it U-
tfl and who reflect that it wet
perbap U the leepiif f t'itboiiiand
finllvUluali, m Jatfitlt metatnpU
"f guarded fyltlif towards the trg'tu
mate 3ov erttgo rtcalU to recotlrciiooj
Out the oi.lv (aroeral of .Maria Thr r.
I, wVm the liog of Prunia d pir.
d of U't I" corrupt,
Iriihmao, Mi ihl IuU XV7, hd
i j.r i .k . . i. .
DO more laiinjtM micovurt iu
JmH jttichtJ lo hU Mrticr.
nv iWTTr HMK.tr.
4,iuttiUiiUuAi(Kiiniir Ktii..lli,
B four TluU paper, yeo mif so to.
Id lb fftr I pMKttftd ktlMl-
(.,omu!ir vbctl hd, cul iV"UMhc
Unl joint, boul ctk Ufof hrtl.
ml kiUtt4 lcm lo buh in roj Rr
i)n. I Wi tkttn erf lrcuci.ilr.
iv4 ift alxwi ikr cl titer Iuimm 1
Chcavcrtd the-mot baf or fif.tt l
wtr (Hit ihffKJich lh thilT ft4 bri.
tkr It tied 10 e Ii MJt,trwf plued
ihcm in f U jr, nd tonfmrd m
hult fcf the Hirpoe of lmkun(j ir.
1 lo fUed M culm ol.lii imulied
kct la neihi jriKifK lbro (a
iifcllir winner, end pled ikeoi boik U
ttffbo eiiujiiao iful (be uo iedmii
led.ond tke iu clded. 1 ooojxr
teied iCe intecU nulln ineir pper
anre in both jjri.end stilt keeping them
in ht i!uatioa uniil the eerl froH
tommeaced.. I opened the tj V
klirc, and made id luUuibn of the Rrno
ktdlne on. heie (her ould
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Cfftikrvt ft 1' to lM,ft.OMinfr"iiMpT
Muta.'f II M. DiJ 5r-fa, ol tkkl
ra a ta
muii a.Tt,ris'.
At tVa ! 4 a4 ri itt aii
I lf CoMfi b'i( Mir fUl M
J. mil rtttr. Caw. llaMaB io l
ni Miiei,elxfc7 efffe c44 f-t-
(,t afaU tt
If tier. Ui(? all IM tkh Mr.
If. nJ7i(ar4 l 1.14 mi
U iikCtinjniQi mined, Uii oho, UUf
Pu Mnkf. kt if 5 .
item. Tie ?! W iWh pee i
lU pkei 0n, IM N elml ai
aUi iwif tit "' wre acd
II. kateepdad, feiUaal lieir
fiUfka4loi, etowt l,fW daJU'l pi4f
ckaif k ploka, ko( iron, and l-er ar
lUtaa o( knbndrji V ikrm.UUdet
Uio tLent vUb Meril auiu i4 ckxkai
la ek, pri , (tote'le, covkhtf
ui(ni, an4 eeff lhin vbkh M iop-
fort
poaa4 Ihtf ralcbl rt-jvira for Ihelr turn
minr Ike m
after Ikrir arrital ovt. lie alio pl4
l.&or) duJUn toe ike tkarter of tie tcf
ul.
Dm Mr. linf,e'i munlBrence doet ot
end f.ere. On the tatk of ike liter, ai
tkef ere.abotit lo rjw on board, ke kad
a flrtt fj d'JUt brought dot, and fall
lug ike m all around klu, uftder a tree,'
dmribuied tke board a moor ikem In
Tl tf if'mii4 df ln'iM.I 9U
e lta iU i!f le 6,e,if
Idii ;i Dfaifme M, If lf atfijf'i
m I ewAMMrtWI afeil e
I'nwi eol Itatl. a4 a.' mUI
raiM al IItMi l'5ii-iMi.t. II a
keiM ikal llit ka itkai I kit f
(tr t rae Im Ue of I IV fhiUwAi
of fiaAa to be U U Ite t,att UaiaJ
u4ii a4)e kf T'e ioiiica
( tniMI MCUKINH,
Marfan tk Va af k tUliH,
itK.ulMd it IM aM p'l'ie la
ru,.k!lfiHid k Ike tU !;ki
In ft.
(). lfJ.r. Iki Ink bat. il II
o'tkxi.ibf lWC'' iffoU! If ike h ! fcU ! . b
TricMa a ffa" I 31 leuhiiea U Ikli M"! t'reb trade, If t rte uilunt
(VilJiuaoiaJ UCofct!k, I reink !. M Ift k 4tiea
uiiauaAt u imiMiMM, U IM Nl a ker MtU. IlllteUej.
NOkilittt Cftort la ftmannr -1 Hte4 IW U ixt.tVgi Ut ana
TXe IfAftonL! 'Vftttt iv McCoti 41 Uaa 4 e-aeiM ajie m lh
rwlUH ti.4 eUtud rtnidnt Sin-Umli of llaftll M Wi4 h W la
til Evii. tV. of Uodgen Jrrrr dtK4 foaan Iwik in .rt,e iad M
farAatrll.Jll UalllioJ AofimaiJ"" oenwea
bmfftr, laaUlbtpUkf of IM BWtrf , to MWw
1H loovMHk UUg Ikoi Mpttiill lk aij4 fcUab kit tk beet act bf
viv on enbe), ayni4 till l ei-if ! ....
.4t,lt. lOa'ebMk. TM kWde4 Of lk ladepe
itatair. ifit 31. dei of k freoeb partof ft. -fa.
' Tke CMitotUe. k.ik. mil au'ttitnl bf lU fOtfnBM of fret, ii ooa ftf
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.a e4lKrmet, aetenl of Ike Delegate! ,,r,M
froflHbereaaeaa4Hokbek,Creaa- tke ilteaulot of tke Maieiinio. 7 be
brier, Sbeaandoak, a4 RaaAJpk, vbo qwlo bat beet) a kf to aKltalki,
aire atmnl lb itt UtWf, appeared thu ike carfie di A eatlu muck
aod look ikeir aeH. mrpfie i Ui, rtf irJlm It h e poliurtl
On enoiloo of Mr. Um of Campbell, , It U ot moe.f le leaal Importanl
Ka UWvIac Kaidittk, Lk it aJ- t Ikl eiuaordlorf lixUeBl of Ike
ted, vet offered at tubaikan U tuodrf ! l '"kk ton.
Kraoloilooa, preatoied b; Meitrv Mer Tke liiand of Hiy'l, or Si. Domingo,
ccr,loddrd(e,Ckapl)M,MoUoSpo(l lle) of lk rUkcM of Ike boJe Weil
rWanle, Cooke, TboapaM of KalrfaV.I ItxSa rroup. It lift betvten imke,
mch awmt and ondrr icb rettUtioei Prrtow, "4 5fof Fauvier, eiptea lio tko , and Porto Rko, lo tit, and
thai cicb iiMliiUual did, o would, r- eoith epJfttoot Uef rttpectjto'l It 3W BUJet wof, worn fiat to t, aim
rtmain duilo coU oeatber, unnl riiiic wn're
the jar aiolenlahake.thef ould icriture kind tiribi
lorih. About the lait .f Noernber, fear- I 1 he
Inr my would be blown don, I
look Ibeiu into a room In which there
wat eootinuallf a fire, afier which 1 paid
nn attention to them until Ckrittmat, when
I dlu-flMred tbc bun were rill aJirt,
tbouKb not to numcroui at uiul. I ci-
Mr. Mm fa ii a-'ioul 3 1 or 31 fcara of
are, unmarneu, ad unift(.y n.bind In
eerr retpectj poiwtici an ample fW
tune, aod.bn receired the bcoefitt of rot-
lrrlte aJuction al lltrtard t'l '' f-
ft aauroed itooihcr ntoiite fur kain(
freed kit tlici, and fur bit iu'jic juett
ectl bf Kcucroiltf towardt them, then
ttut he coocfited il would be doing
terticc to bit rountrf to tend them out
vf it; tkit thef bad all been good acr
fantt, but that b waa rub enough with
out them.
We have heard of iplcndid tacrifirttj
at the ihrine of philanthropy ; ared mc u
on rjuiiiing the 4re of mortal eiitteme
hie brqueathrd Urge endowment! lo
public cturitiee, and princrlf leipcici lo
rcligiuut and moral innitutiont. But
where ihilt we fmd in imunce of the
ibuicd to a mm of Mr. Minge'i
cave ii, we believe, without a
pjrrallcl-
MttOU TIUVMT MirrtJt
J. He Wrtitt liaof iU
difra4 .:UiU la la Ittfalvt,
af , tmtf ta wortk ftMO U ft
ppr, to mm tki fiUa; gcneraiMHtf
ilatite of foarfftl, Apil Ifik, 1 7 f (
R!of BttUf'i Ilitjan4 I lib, Jffi,
O.Ie at Old HaeapioaH.Vtrgtai,
wbaro w tok I dirk'd ttaaaU,
aoro iIim lo Nweember, l?f
Dante of tbo Creel fWUge, Mir
-S,4wLik4(Vllali) Df(, llik, J7jj.
DHJUItVailKUo,irikNof. 1776.
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0ai ai renron, waw vfiuru -Waiklnfiofl)
and kit arrnf took
I0l IteiUaM, hi. Slib 0.4. I J H
Belli of Priocetoi. 34 JffJ.
Uattloof Ilf and) wine, 1Kb irpt, ir;it
Battlo of Cereaeetevo, 4ik Oct. If A
Curgof m'i artaf takeo Mar &ar
toa, 00 tko ITtk October, iff 7 .
Oittlt of Ikf Had Saola, Oct. 3)4. IT7 ;
Bil of Uoomoutb, Inoo tlik, 1 r 71 ;
Butte Sumy Point, leikJalf, 1771!
Battle of tf Miod, Jfik Aar I7n.
Corowillii and lie arrf tikeo m
Yorklown, VUt.Uat.fki Ifib, I7li
Bailie of KbflXonntala, tbink,
wit aomeume In UctoUr. 1711
Battle of Gwilfofd, Kvnb CeroCne,
Utb Martk, im
Vrer Sir 1 lb aboeo It I rue ttaia
tnent of lh battica fougkt in (be ttoo
NiMiMrt war, c icept aome of iboti u
hfwMf to. orf anuainieowwiia.
I am l.ighlf ikk'ed to read la jwir pa
rr, tbt coriimcciuraLMM of
If ebierteUed b reUtloo U Ike object of from 00 lo 1 10 broad. It wee dticover rd
tke wieetinc. bf Columbot im 1493, and Ike name
mm . m ars. . mw . a i a.a i i .. .1 4 ..i.i -
jrrwiw, 1 am tomoiniee w one onittneiif giew iirpt '' , s(.a tA htMf f ...
Vrmecr from each Dctegalloo U p-naigttor, wit iipnkifi.ttyttllitl? V. Ptttm , .M
..l...a . . v.. " 1 A L. .k.. 1 It... ..r . " . ' ' ' "m "-i
potntr lnnn amj upwt wmm HKir nwKU urn br,f hjlVl WOUM gW lorth la balt! f
ur. In alvkif ..i.Li.. ! I. niAfur 4in.llP.in la ika trrala tit ttttcm ltfllrnl.., . . ... ... ...
eipedient for thU Meeting lo adopt, fcr Spa. .n4 Franco, lo ITf I, the e.itern M , bU f4f
Ike attainment f the obiect lor whkb It part belonged to the Swnlardi, and Ike .4 , . , l--e4.n.;, mf
H eaeembled. U-gewleouo aero ac Jwcilern part lo the. French. Bf ibatl . ,u!.i .. r.i.ji .
cordinglftppoiatedlocompoaotaldcom. trealf, the SpanUh pait w.a ceded to ,kf okJ Keavlotiowerf aoWiara. h
m.tiaa- . Ilraoco. JMbe tarlf pert of ke Irencb .v,.-,.. u .4.
The eariowe Reaolutioa,aboe alWed rftolutlow, tbo weatenv part .at aubjret 0fm ,btt wmjU gM T
irywwwa aaa-i nW ch,Mf of tWna; lo-wltbowt ei
to, wrro, oei nracno, referred to tbra Cotrt
mittee.
And the Cor.t rntloo odiournrd till 10
o'clock, WcdocMlif moroliig.
waoatioat, mil 37.
The Coarrn'Kjri met punuant to ad
journmeot, but ae the t'orrimhiee had
f 1 - .4 kt " . -J.l-J
inturreciiow 01 ma nriwi " " ,K,. ..r. .til..,. i n.-
,h. conteat, U..e. tbo PjH-rjod -.'W cd ToVdVr VVoIS
RoftllMw In September, I79J. he Ul mo B M. 4 . ra
any aet of
iinmcni.
par bit own bill.
Itof.t.Mw 10 StpumMf, I7fj. n. u c f ,n4
ler called ia tbo Ejigluh, wlw.Unded, c,,,, men ,hll ,j
andpromwn.ne tok poaKt of enola toe fof , w
Si. Nicho .. and J.remle. Some other fce whe ch w
SUPREME COUMT.
The following art aucb of tbt caiei de
riilaW ar ik Ua k
Court, at we bad hot room for in our lait,
itnlnedthemat;iioiotberoor.tbcf March, I and ai roaf prure of iuieicil to our rea-
ithen I could find none of them. I pla- derei
ced ibem agiin In the aun, until the fall John Streitor'i hciri r. Nathaniel
of the year, when not one bujr mide Ha Jonet k Martin Ine, from Wako. Re
appearance, although more than one balf port of the clerk filed. Time to except
of the aoiuttf wheat wai a'.ill whole. Of to report, till the Ertt week of ncil Term
the grain, I auppoae, one half remained, allowed to both parties,
and those in the brad in the same pro- Thomas Henderson and A. S. II.
portioo. 1 then rubbed out the good and Rurget.r John Stuirt, etal. from Wake,
three snuttf rraWii, and baling wathed Keport of the clerk of this court filed, end
them, 1 sowed them - together. Thef exceptions. taken tkeretpbf complainant'!
ptnrnirl wptl. mrtA nnt- nn r.nunvl. I
tmwtr rrain ia tbo ouud. I bave abellcd l.J)4vtd.S..C;w!)oc ris!st!eet: t. Warner! Sttte, praj Inlhe psiuge of 1 Ltw, by
al! oat, and esanmed tbemso nm.uiclf ail JavJor, app. uotu uraflville. . Juagment
to be comiiiced there is none. The pro- of the Superior Court affirmed, and rule
duce is about the amount of a imaH ahcaf. 1 for a new trial discharged.
I aitenr'rd to it from in bloiaomiuc until Tar River Navigation Company , appcl
rie, and never observed anv inject about I lint, v. Moaea Neil, from Franklin.
. . . . A r . . Jt 11 t. :a.a Xv .4! . . I ha aM4 I
jonrned till 4 o'clock, P. M. at which were retaken bf tbo rpublk.ns,in 1794, Ceotlemen, I am In hopes tb.t.at next
h,ur th. Commmee prejented . Report, and in 1791 tho Knglisb ootlrelf emt,.- Fovfl rf Ju
w ch ... ordered bf lb. Houae to be led tb, tlUand. Th. .ubuent blatory u., Vlhe pw c4d RevoluTion.ry
lAeo up in a Loinioiue of the whole, of St. Domingo 1. familiar to moat of our ujAUtmmmmlhmiwk ,h-. ... , ..4
ealtkAeiakla ikoa
. J I 4..J.M Ia akJiaka)Aliaaiai M iVa at eaa I .
iBmiaf. rr,. nr w. detwuuk ao mant old eart h0r4,.
Tbia Report consists of Hrtes Of ful reaolt of the blackmiM htt pepwM- '
Resolution!, the mo Important and la- lion that escaped tho massacre di.pcfaedJ ' V','i"i.i ""wtw",wm'
4 .4 i44rL L4t.444Har I hana tmbir ta thai
liilinn l..r.rfl.4.li4.1nMk...4.J t fl.lf.i . (..... . A
I.I n- . r.Hir.1 rh.n.. l ,k. I ..A ,.A.r T,...-, V! I . T nope I 49 100. If 1, ,
- ' 4 I wwwr-w w w . s w 1 rrinunii niora m anUnr .0 m
iutioo of tbo Executive Department., who, on the French Invasion, tinder Na-1 tbk vaan for wothirir cavkl rW
ti ... : .r .4 :4. ri i.- r 1 t 1 . ... . .1. .. -
ui.. 4jr m ouuvu vi im aiiKDi vi 1 poicon, or ucnciai ic vicix, wai a
SuflTi ager-ind ' I trapped, and sent to France, w.bere he
Jdlf . Uf more equal apportionment died. Two governmeuti were afterwards
ol RepreienUtion. instituted one of (he ncrrcx-i, under
It alio contains a eolemn disclaimer! Chriitophe, in tho monarchal, or Impe
fTiinit anr, the ilighteit interference 1 rial form another of the mulattoes, nn
der Potion, lo the republican form, f he
tvrannf of Chriitophe, and the mildorii
orPetioh'presentcd thmselves to the f prAf'laled Tor interment ought tobe
inhabitant, of the lilsnd in strong con-1 suitable enclosed. Is' a principle as
U BOt clofM3
belter effect
to inch an oreailua, than the nrmm nf m
of IIiom vtleraiti who fought, and auccrWully
fought, for the achicrt meat of tlwt rreat eont
which we met to ermroemortte. .
with the JndrfirnJente Me Judiciary,
and concludes bf recomroendior thai a
Memorial be presented from the Meeting
and from the .different. Counties in the
o ti w,Tia CiioLtitn.
Mr, Editor: Thai the dead should ba
I in'erre d with decencf , and that places au-
ke?:.
principle as wr',1
iran t ana we reiun wt. an insurrection wwum m scripture, ai u ia conaonant f
j-. a. 9 .0. . - . a . k aT-k a . . . . . & a a . . m .1 twl . -
wn,(.N-iio km, ui too icopw o. uie.acau.ai toe auinorur m mo tornier, wno, ( ..oi"i.niioriujnK mt, 400 ruia
subject of a Convention msy be ascerut-; in peril of his life from hia own troops jou situation In .whkh too many of wur
11. ' A. IITMOVM.
Hardy tunty, Ya. Jnlg 30, 1823.
T,be lamcntaiions about Mr hot ara'her,
areas unanimous throughout the country
the - aeclamaiione atwut Lafayette.
These compliints savour too much of ef
feminacy. The ability to endue the vicis
situdes of the seasonsisa. essentia! to prac
tical virtue, as the inclination to sustain
thrm is a part of practical piety. It is for
our benefit that the sun pour, forth hi.
'torrid boamsi
nre so restles. and uneaiy. Inanimate
life require, aliment. The vegetable
kingdom must ripen into maturity, the
flower, must blossom, and the harvest
fhuriih, though it cost our ladies a par
asol, and delicate gentlemen an umbrel
la. ' - '-'? "
i he law. ol nature are
Judgment that iba itontuit bo aet aiule
and rule fur a new trial be made absolute
. Eliiha BSmiiH v. John R. Campbeth;
f ft .If . . t.. I . r
irom miiiax: juugmcuioi me superior
Lourt affirmed.
The Governor, to the use of Thoma. J
Armstrong, appellant, v. J. Judges adm'r.
and other., from Ilallifax. Judgment
that the nonsuit be set aside ; rule for a
new trial be made absolute.
David Clark, to the use of Thomas
Cox, appellant, v. Thomas Shields, from
Halifax. Judgment of .the Superior Court
ofhrmed ; the rule Tor a new trial dis
charged. , Doe on Dem. Mordecci and othera, v.
Roc hd Jctse Olive, appellant, from
Wake. Judgment of tho Court below
aJHrmed.
Barton Field appellant, v. Pefcr J. Mal-
JudgmentoMhe
ned.
The deliberations of thii Body havo'poOe
been conducted with great moderation,
wisdom and dignity, and hive most sadly
duippoinfed the expectation, of all those
who... prc.hecUd thai ha proceeding.
would exhibit nothing but a.ceneof con
Tusion, violence and anarchy.
The Convention, it was supposed
would adjourn thi. evening, tine die.
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We understand, aiv. the New-York
Statesman, that Judge Griffith, of liur
lington, New-Jersev a gentleman higb-
lf qualified lor tbo dice, will be appoin
ted Clerk of Jthe Jsuprcme Court of ihei
Tf.-I'A !."'-f:'.'" Jflfi" rv-t. V' lrt-
uiikcu oiatcs, in piace oi nr. uaiawen.
deceased.
put an end to his existence, and the whole I grave yartia are to be found, declares that
'power fell into the hinds of President manf of our rititrn. appear to think if
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nml The T "win vniiiuciuini t-
aggregate of heat required for vegetation Court be,ow e"d, and rule for i now
roust be nearlf uniform throughout the ,r,' mB0C "oso,-
year in all part, of the world, though ne- XVilliwm tittle, et al. f. Daniel Maytfrom An-
:i l. -l' ... aim. JiiHcment for the nKintifT. Onlered Kt
tiasai uy cxiMuiicu in Kinder or anoricr , ? . --r.-.
piiod,. Cook, explain the -dinerence SkAoSer
bf what Is-called I slow Of I t)tlick fire; Craven; Judgment tf tU Superlof Court- af7
Jsow the application or hre i. not, it is firmed.
truet"trneable it -ill tinrear-though we 1 John Boyd and otherv tu-WUliam Cidob,
Philadelphia, June 20. It is a
fact that England receive! from Ire
land yearly, a$ much '.grain, as is equal
to the w hole export, of flour from the
United States.
J apply iOvt hhout remorse to all stihwanw. f'cckienbur-. D.ecTe of the Court that
" , : i:"'n'i--rx-.-.-'i..y-':z:i- 1 Wvt inntnctioTi be dissolved with cosot
uui ouneivti.. aurin .we con&iKiem in 1 - ----- .
our sensitivenes. on thi. aubteet. Ir
tArtt44l':bf fftMU4tlrjli- 9Wr.f.al ,ki .Ihia..
j WHITE tEJLS LYJUSUOUS.
phere emirely. VowW be so mS mmW
leisure to con thermometers, do you ever e?,denc? ,0 .'nasej-lwrnQnd
. rsrre aft-intrt a Iheatrn nr ,n ftK-1 cdnea, vy inetr mcrcaMRB tne iniensi
of July oration ? The true thermometer f7 of tight. -They ire also very
exists in the affections. Iflhese be mire njinmit.to the yes, and will m a abort
und sinleas, they will grow and gladden in "T.f. Pl1 fresho-t, and dim the most
the sun of heaven, and recoeniie in hh br,II,ant'.. Grcert . only color which
4.., " ' n - i.i-'. is I.
recognize
warmth the benevolence of-nature.
Charltiton Courier.
Cobbctt, in speaking of the corruption
of lite British Press, say. the editors tell
iteir columns by the inch I ' . '
should be worn as a summer veil.
A Dallston paper gives, as a striking
effect of the heat, the melting .of the
honey in the Bee Iliyci, and the tlrow'n
ing of the Bees.
Afyftt- The Pacha is urging the culti
vation of sugar throughout his dominions
way of increasing the moral lorce
people, ha intends distilling, largo
quantities of rum, which will gtve4hem
V'f'f.for the bastinado.
"TKegovernment ojth
lately casf at the'Ironwork
the head of thf immense lion that 1. to
ornament ihe grand national monument
on the plains of ,Waterloo. The weight
01. the head alone l. 5,0001b, or nearly
5 tons the weight of the entire lion' will
be 0,0001b., or nearly 30 tons English."
It lariated, in a1 letter from Madrid, that the
Queen of Spain is in a atate of prernancy. , The
report at Madrid is, that Ferdinand ha. been to
the statue of ihe Virgin, which is at Aranju.es,
and haa tliere made a vow. that if he be blesaed
with a son, he will offer up as a sacrifice to the j
Virrin, all the neeroes I coastitutionalinti) in Lil
vvuutiivii. -.njutn paper.
Boyer, the ' successor of Pet ion, whose I unnecessary to erect any kind of barrier,
government is a kind of military democ- lo prevent the bents from insulting the
racy, conducted with great energy and sluirbering dust of their departed friend,
considerable ability. The treaty of Indc 31V.,hisx'"l.CJ?llhlciyUi,er? r.e D05ef
pendence with Prance will, It is said, pot or, many honorable exceptions : to one of
thirty millions of doaJbrs into the pocket, which, permit me to invite your attention,
of the old proprietors, many of whom, or Pursuant to resolution previously adop
their descendants, no doubt, reside h the ted, tho citiieni-pf Iredell couuty, adja
United Statet. rent to Bethany meeting-liouse, astcnv
Since the Sovereign of -Trance ha. bled at that place, to the number of sev
acknowledged the independence of Hafti, eral hundred, on the 4th Monday of lait
Other government, may do the same ; month, for the purpose of enclosing the
and, on the part of the United btates, grave yard with i wall of atone. The
such- recognition will remove one obsti-l citizens encamped on the ground, and in
tleriT least, to Ihe psyment 6f the cTaim. tbreO ty sTiiarrieoV'U
which some of our citizens have on the J the stone, and built i wall enclosing about
authorities of the island. Ought our Ian acre of ground. The heitrht of the
government to acknowledge this inde- wall i. lour feel, and it. medium breadth
pendence? and what will Great-Britain (twenty inches.' Perhap. for 'despatch,
dot T"". f heatne.i ind durabilitT. the work is not
The recognition it remarkable, chiefly ; j excelled by any thing of the kind in the
as being ihe first acknowledgment, by tFate. . The materials had to be obtaiucd
any Cabinet, of the independence of the at the distance of near three miles. .
blacks, Or of any separate power in any It i also grateful to have it in njy
of the islands of the West Indies. What power to state, that no serious accident
iu.iurncc n may nire on ine innaoiiants I ntppcneq during the time.
of Cuba, Porto Rico, Jamaica, and other My simple object in stating the above
suuaia jV4acvii jvivisvii . aintwuuu i.ibcis. II lu DBV B 1USC iriDUie rL resDetl i"
It I. clear, that, in the sequel, these" must ihe5 citizens of that part of this countv
becomo independent also, or change maj who were engaged in the wprk referred
ten, or proitctorsr- Without a navver to ; and, also, to excite other, to engage
even the mean of-self-defence on lahoV it-workf "4 similar nktufe," where:, the.
frojtt o fdfBtJdable tovaifaiivBone of these remUbtloir ofJbOf etMnmon country ft"
islands caft 'Cftjojf-injr .thing more; than! quire, them. atpectatorv
a - npmirial Indepentlf nee. Apart from i -irtdeUnuntf, 4th Juj. 1825
any association with Unrope, or continen
tal America,: they can only' exist, with
self government, in virtuo'of a guarantee
of the naval powers, v Of all nations, the
UniteiArtate. have the deepest interest
in their political destiny.. -Acr. Jour.
:; ... COVTOX
A. letter from Beaufort, (S. C) of the
5th iftstrili y of t hocotton cropa 1 The
present appearances of the coming crops
of Sea Islands are certainly very gloomy.
The heavy winds and incessant rains we
On Sunday afternoon, three, boles oft have had, have fy materially injured
cotton were discovered to boon fire in a the cropsU round us. The sime com'
store in Wall-street j New-York; upon pjaints on tbis Island, are heard from Hil
which tome finsecd oil had been accident- ton-Head and St. Helena, and I fear ex-
ally spilt, whkb produced the combustion J tends every where on the aei'bpajd. ,
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