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loa tM vmppug paper
V) - writiag paper
S om lnrvood
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3J00 , Ahn -JiOO
25 cok Rope
whk en Mwrtmrm of pjtewt tLcnm,
pumlu 4tj IN la ML
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a inwipVte eietaew f wl kiwa Card.
2T0TZOC - '
THE etrtifSlp of A f.lXtStt I CV
M Jitri by Mitaf C"1
Uif of ;ufjr hnr Tlx koWw f o-rr
TrtR 5ubribrT Ut foiJ Corrlftr
.kin uiuL-MH Cm T f A111H, COKMNC
fc CO. i4 w'iIT trnt bfttineM it tfc U MwmI
omprWr I rfmplrt MMrliMrBt, which win be
oU fc9fU Urn.
DANIF.L PARISIf. v
6i39 JAJpr.R CORM.tC.
- ' 4- oosr.rn icewnochan,
, . Ocr 1 , THOMAS PAUISH.
f po cIo the cofwrenrof Bmkt", BtwenJU
X C. wt will proceed to kH, t pubh
" ftl th not In Ruthtrfordton. on tht S&A A.
- rrafcf ivji, th Um In i'! mt!tinf
of gvrtM wortmcnt of MrkA4iit, mica
, JeJ M tl ot Uteljr pnrchd i tnd
'aiwe tiMJe, from ty h dTv Wit ill j sok.
" At th tit. th Imm formed j
, . occupied m Pitit ILtti bj No Hinipton,
.tq. (wlih til th furniture, prifcipiBir ntv,
nd in order,) which it know M tht brut
and mot eonnunt find in a rimje, ior
' tore ml "public hduMi'kho, erI fmut
btat lutti none, wtKon, n cwpcnenrt ui
trtctt of . .tAai rekr the of which
hmtom k irnne nod wveadow UruL . '
Tern i for the lfou and Lnk dir of j
one rid t0 yetr itl be civen I 'l the bl
nee of 'he property, twele mnntht t notet.
wiih nrrored tecuntv. wiH in enr 1ntance
be required. The jroodi will be eoH in lots to
-ttHpurdwKri, M'BF.E Ii RfclH.K)T,
E0BEK f C TU I I I Y,
,JPernni bavinr claim apainat the firm, or
Jottplr uow!nr aro mjaesiea io prtaanv taem,
Icnlly attratcd , all those indebted are repea
ted to make payment.
4t85 w ROBERT fk I WlU. T.
Ton C onstable 'a Sae.
tTTItl be etnoeed to public -ale, at the Court
r day, the 3lrt cuv of December neat, a certain
Lot of rroimd in aaid town of Skliibury, on
which there a dwellinr. atofe-houae, and out.
. bouat-a, titnated on Mun-ttreet, aouth-eaat of
the court-hmiae, adjninina; the premiiea 'of Al
bert I orrence, ana ueorge iiiirr,-anq now in
. the oecnnne' of Ebeneier Dickaon Sold
the ptopeVty of Tbornu Todd, by ; order of the
Comniiaaionera of the town of Saliahnry, for ar-
rear of Taxct. : fVJU
Jt; 9, 1825. ' " Tawn CmitaSte.
The Editora of . the Raleigh Kt rkter. will
- plewe inaert,tb above nderti'ienent iince a
'eriblP'i!tnH'Wewl their .account Jo
Baptist bewarcrof Impostors.
THE Sandy Crerk Baptitt.Atnciation, n &.
nion at Friendship Meetina; Houae, Moore
county, N. U. V4th da v October, ioa, having
learned that Mark Andrew, Randolph llabn,
Leonard Prather, and Efiitha Revel, are pretend-
' itig to preach the Gospel in the Hepilar ItaptM
chtftthf I in thii Htate, deem it their duly to pub
lish to those churches, and to their brethren in
general, 4lyt taid Andrew f, Mabry, Prather and
. Revel, are rxoommumranta from churchea con
nected with their bodv, 3t86 ,
r order.. KAT C. S MITH, Cleirk, :
c iLYf X. 1 t r i J ' 1 ; ' 1 r
ffff t Ik Lti'' t p'tUfnJ
JwU l pfnl frf U4 fef
ditturft irwtra whkH hd o looe V
liMil iir kMwUdc'c wMrtiwUi
M rr ptri, bJ elM IIM W
iIaa, It w tmtnI I wlihnoM pr t
Mnl. I kVC0flntlf KHJl rv4 bor
tr wUbowt lit Ul( p'ened f Mf
friend tad kff f r If of Mrk Ibeo
tol cotr'i wtnjklTitliher W required
of tijciid- Tbet orko m be
Mlkjrined. I ul poewt'inf ,nd
dvttbt wHeiKer itcrpt 19 m rttiKne
iioi miiiM not t ukin i and if k mlM
ha( U proper f"T mt to trntf
term wkUH imt bed uJjcnel, when mj
mind ! brevrbl la t corxluvljn br
omo U proceeding of totir on, and
determination formed, torrtder in
medUlelf beck W)f bend, lot ft
poMiUa mm tog had beraioiora ton 5
One induremenf to mjr dettrralniiion
wit ll travelling to lh ckf of W hln
ton twka a yer, impwteino lnooJJer-
able fatixot j and aliNgh ikU l a
nor cofiilderaiiert. and one whUH vmM
bi been met wlih rheerfulscta, Jf bU
nria inolin( the interctt rf one bappe
roantrt bad required tt eienkxij ret
I vitawirvof noihrna: of treat aaiiorui
imporiaiK fkH uaeif 10 romo I
fort Contrtmeifrpiir.(t tuhject that
eo ka lately bad be fort wr body, the
a . .e. ii"t , w.
amending jh contHuH tl the United
State in rch'ifffi to the choice of Chief
MaUtraie. Upon tM matter I trenlr
douuttd hether it mtzht not be my riy
$1 in to apper in the Senate and esteml
my feeble aid towards p'oducin an al
teratron, in wbkh jreii rnitrtat with he
people of the United Siatea csiittt and
on whtch the weoritr of oor repiihRcan
tyttem may depend. Bui being adtWerf
of a reaoluiion of jour nndy, pretenrin
a;ain roy name to the American people
for the effke of Chief Mitrat of thit
Union, 1 could no longer bctitat on the
courte 1 about! purtue I douU yielded to
errtatntyf end I dc tfrwined' forthwith to
ak your inda!rence to be enroled from
any fun her aemce in ibe council of the
country: " r
Situated at I ami my name prvaented
to the freemen of the United State for
the GrM office known (o onr conatitniion,
I could not, with any thine of approbation
on my part, content either to urge, or to
encourage, a change which might weir
the appearance of beina; induced from
telfiiH conldf rat i"n from a r1el-e to
advance my own iw. I leel a thorough
and ifc conviction, that imputation would
brill founded,, and that . nothing, could
pmmpt me to an aetire course" on- any
ubject which my- juapinent cud net ep
proe;jeaa from late evenii, it might!
a. ' 1" ft . - . ' . - t . .
be infered thai th ''nroviaeeti nf fn7r Ve
t--- i r
commendation cpuld be rendered proba
ble, only by th people hating the choice
given to them direct, abundant room
would be afforded toaactlUe any exertion
I might make lo caaset appertaining ex
cluMvely to myaeif. Imputations thua
made would, I assure you. be extremely
irkcome to any person of virtuout and in
dependent feeling ; they would certainly
prove o to me f end hence the deiermf
n-tion to retire from a situation, where
itronj autpiciona mightal leaat tttaf h.
and with great teeming propriety. I bat
ten therefore to render thit ire reslirna'
lion Into the hand of. these who confer
red on me the appointment, that in their
m ' a' a .' . k ' ' as a ' a
consmouonai rig ms, tney may confide It
i9 ..!ne one m
and ipproMtion. .
Beincj about to retire once more to pri
rate life, it may be the last time, probe
rerinu inc io auggcai io you, men, some
remarks upon the proposed amendment
of the constitution of the United States.
Our political fabric bring regulated by
checks and balancea, where experience
assures us, that those which have' been
resorted to are inerTjcient j or that towe
ver well their boundaries have been de
fined by. the parchment of the constitution,
ai-ni? ew oarrier to me fTtcroacnmentt
of power or corruption.in any of the cJe-
rttnefit of government it , necessary
a ioi recuve snouta oe appuea, and it . is
the. duty ofThe people in justice to them
tel er fOcff thar one"' tr pro tded.
There is no truth more sacred in fiolitic i
ano none more conclusively stamped up
on all the state constitutions, as welt aa
the federal constitution, than that which
equires the three great departments of
rr,he Legislalive, Judicial and Ex-
erutive, to be kept separate anpart4Kar
nut simple and manifest'at -this truth isfl
the ditticulty of ai ming it in practice with
trnnfttltllllnnal .atriinlC. nill r.n.t. .
iv.i i mui icuiiuua ,1
. J f 'tf.i i e'M i wtrl.rr It
inm lmtt. it 4 llfiwr -f t-i
pe4r.! - lutfu i mf t'A attf'l? t
j'.ujiJ. ir;iiw.!a t I' tuiittf O'jr
r.f l: Mfetrift rMUJ (ntM.t M
! 1 t,y Mt Cxt axi or part le
iit)rt)f,nf faiktrtft Mtjfy Ke U taints
k.Uh he Urn lianimitiad 19 u. iia
ach adnkwal ard eipeiaHKt bi
nrwf t d i U Mf. Upon ikli rttn
llpkl I etti frl to MtOft wilb l
tn the (oiinp!ati4 ihnee frt.pod to
H cottitj'k o4 indeed wmM fur
tMr. Wltk elioiaU owe e Bit
HtUj U'pmtkeilKf aiiom wkkh t
id iM ibrea) grtaf tltuetof pwwirkv
lo aM!apAjt cwhujki4l iLacka. I
mJer lM ftOenl wtramtl fr ewd
doflif Ike teraaj foe wkkb be wa elec
ted, asd l year thercifltri eieep
In eaaet of iedkial ekei end tbet I
mmtU ttcept foe the rtaaon that e acan
thi U III dtDartment ae f fre
nwenl eccerrence nd txciete bar
rier I bow Id be htfrpoaed la ike ae lectin,
to ike bench men of the rtf taitnt tod
Intetrhy. Tbeif trut end datie belne
of the roo4 refvnl.1e kind, ike vldeat
po title ranjr a abwui.1 he) permitted. kt
proper end tale eelectioA may fee made
f be poliikias nay err yet hJi error may
m DTeotfr retrieved! and on conUdere
I4 itiiury rewalli but olib Jodrc. par
ticttlarir Injkt tail reaoel, error fatal,
beeaoae wtibout re4f. Tbeeffrclof
cb ccmttitfikMiaJ nrovlaton Si obvlooa.
fly K. Congreia In e centlderaMe degree
will be freed fro Ikal ronnectlon witfc
the Etecotlte department, wbkk al pre
aent give ttroog ground of apprehension
and eaior tn the perl or Ike people
Member Weed of being; liable lo be
withdrawn fronVteglUetlnf epoo'lhe
great Inter! of Ihe oaitoo, thro pro
pect of eirtutlve patronage, would be
more liberaHy eon B fled In by their eon
alitor nil j while their tigilanct would be
le Inlerl ttplf d bf pinr fee fin end party
eichemcnt. Intrigue and management
would bo eicfuded. Nor would their de-
liherat km or the fnvaaiigaiton of subject.
r onawmo eo much tiaae. The raoeaia of
the country would be improaed end lr
tue, uniting nh the Ubora of ike uepre-
aentaiivea, and with the official mloUie'l
tf the law, would tend to prepetuate
honor and a;!ory of the government.
But if Ihii change in the cootitotk)S
ihould not be attained, end important ap
rwiinlmcntt contlnwe in devolvo upon the
RepreceOTiTive in Cengreaa, it require
ne depth of thought to be convinced that
corruption will become the order of the
day and that under the garb of eoaackn-
i tout taeuoccatoettaoiiio preceiienu lor
the public gooJ. 3 n'f r'e of MrkvJ
importance- ao toe irvruorn ana proipen
ly of the ilepubiio It through thit
channel that tbe peoplo mar expert to
. . .t i . . i
ne attacaea in meir contmuiionai ave-
reignly, and where tyranny may well he
apprehended tetpting up in tome favora
ble emergency. A gaunt tuch inroalt.
every guard ought lo be interpoaed, and
none better occur than that of doting
the auapected avenue with aome ncceata
ry rontiiiuiional restriction. We know
human nature to be prone' lo evil we
are earlr taught lo pfay that we may. not
be led into temptetioQ L.eiid hencg. lhe
opinion thaiby contlltutional provitiont
all avenues lo. teropurion on the parT'o
our political servants, should be closed.
My name having been before the n
lion for the office of chief magistrate du
ring the time time I terved a your
Senator, placed me in e situation truly
rlelkateV But delicate . m. jr. ,.we, . my
friend do hot, and my enemies cannot
charge me who descending from the in
dependent ground then occupied, or with
degrading the trmt reposed In me, by
intriguing for the Presidential chair. A
your honorable body have, by t resolution
thought proper again lo present my
DimejQ the. American people,! must en
treat lo be excuaed from any further ser
vice in the Senate t and to suggest in
conclusion, that it U due to myself to
practice upon the rnaxlitta recornmehded
to others, and hence feel constrained to
jjeUreonLi situation whertLiemptation
may exirt and suspicion arise of -the ex
ernte of an influence tending to my own
tender to (he honorable bodies over which
you respectively ; preside, mv sincere
regard. v ANDREW JACKSON.
Jlermitufe, Daridion ttunty,')
October 18,182J. $
The N. V. Commercial Advertiser,
gives an accoiintof e singular sect, called
Vanada. J hey. emigrated from the State
since, and at pjeaenl amoui.t to about two
htrmtrtd. Tbef rbrnv eommantty-Verr
similar to that of lneSh'aeriiT.A-prrbf:
their worship consists of military display
They, liave Commenced the erection pf
a temple, which kke that of Solomon's it
to be seven "year in buildinir. . They oc
cupy rich country;: about live miles
length and two in breadt h. Their pecu-
doclrines have not been eniireJrae-
certained. ThefiN.founder and present
leader is a ttiin by the name of .iavid
(at va irf )
, i w teai, ney S.
Iiti frm iifm Th fil a'.lp
tr. C(4. May arrivtl yetierday
front Havre, having af ka pin the
I'th ult. lod we are ttfii wl:k I'atii
papt r io ike ink iclte. ,
A lenef fm IUre of Ike Kik, Mfti
We have jet rtceived edUe fwi
Liverpool lo the Sid, wkkh are oo to u
vnettle foe Cetioo at tkoae prtvloutly ie
felted. Wt re now tontlnted tal ikat
market UI M recover, and ike no4 wt
c an at la M malataia) peatent falea. Our
aateafrwmtke IOta,e laUk
.U.JJt xl.l.na, it lo Jff HI
AUftemaa, 31 ta il, and 42 f aa JaiaftJi.
at JO. t Other iniclei ItWouiatteraibra)
Among the ppgtr in ike trmis,
are Cbriatopher Hughe, Htq. Charge tl'
Af tre to the NetherUoda, end hi family,
Ike king; of PretUa errrvi d tl Peril
. " r- - r-"'t
Auguttu or rrttwale Uaroo llemboldU
M Unt Wligntelo.
Tkw pKkaof lgyie orrlved at Alev
andrle on the 3ltof Je'y for Ike pr
pet of etpeditlng the Mf eipeditinf)
to the Moeea, avd to lupcriound the
tale of hi tvtioei,
M, Andtfaget (brother in law of the
tntnUier Zea,) aWanerly aeabetaedor to
the U. Stale, baa iuat been eiiJed lo
Darrelon i and If. O'litondo, e randaon
of lien. Hguia, hs been lent tn ibe fort
of Pent de San Pedro,
A atfa k.a lmt b. t.... I. M.
tennanra nf r.otfr.a. mat ,. iK.
Charge d'AMre of Trance end thai of
Avtiru, br the knwaee of French mer-
chante ealaaliancd in Snain. who aa tua-
peeled of concealing contraband roodeJ
rnrot be aearched eicept In the pft -
ence of trench contula.
an! e. .
Sr. rrlertbur; Jnf.' If The'". em-
peror wiy KlouU on lhg j;tol 5rptem-
or ro anil me aouinern province et nn
empire. Ibe Lmpreta will atierwerds
proceed to 1 eganrot, in the louth, to
pate the winter. . -
AW-.UTOfrea', af. 16. The fair
hat commence), and SI98 thop opened.
A lets quanuiy tf goods baa come frtn
kiachta, thit tear, end prke ere higher.
ea, whkb lat year sold for JJO rouble
ikatEJty noundt, ell now for 750. Oil
nankin, only TOO bale have been brought I
h sale, because the nankina of Ronien I
rnanwfartnrw are' equal to the Chinese, i
hnh) otminitheaike trade in UutnrtKle.l
The king will visit Norway about the
1st of September. The Slat of Aorust
was the anniversarr of the king's etcc
lion. There were re jokings on this rtay,
and felickationa ma'-tothe royal family.
i he destination or the three ships of
war, pun hated by the House of Micharl
son and tienctlKkt, it not poaiiivel)
known. Ther are said lo have been
Imuilht for the ColomMnn tervke.
Coromistioners to fix the limi t be-
twem RnMarr and .Norwegian Lapland
arrived t yofa ori ibe ST tb vf Jufr.
I'rmntf)rtJirp j8. No invention .of
modern limra can eqtfaTthaT Of weamr
boats. In uaefulnes lo aociety." A regu
lar communication it already held be
tween Holland and Cologne, br means
of these boats t and e torn puny of mer
chants has been formed, to eat'aUUh a
line of them nr tho" Rhine; at" far trpwa
Strasbourg. Their capital will b 500',
000 florina, to be increased as circum
stances may demand.
Soxr-Weimar Stfit. A A fete was
uignnesa me vuae oi rex.- .c.
mar having completed the fiftieth year
of hit reign,' and the 68th of hia tge
i he prince, who is adored by pif sub
jects, received at mis lestivai numerous
of their affection. - The.
duke received "with some sensation, the fr
t . ... . . v ... v.. -
t ne liiusirious nocinc, me i'tsir oi
of -ihi. nr.rii
whose presence recalled the many WnerrAnngurpaperof lato date giresMM.
fictions of she prince
rtnee lo the aavaiis "of
bom he is the elder.
Tha nlr nf iheir Muteatioa Snlo Pra. inn
1e. P'ac. on be-1 Tib t and
on the 18th the fiiet of Hungary will be
opened by an address from the Iing.
I pe.coronation if Ibe qtieeii. Is fixed for
iOhiv ft eonathutea a aort of: acala bv.
which the different xVgrceT;6f Ardour Ti,Vitrorger inotenco "cTtoteration- cptiw
with which ther cutttvate the art and notbe"tidiwedthen)hcM
sciences, :may be ise'emined.-
France, f Paris, 59, Department. 94.1 it
83 1 England, 69 j Saxony", 54 Prussia,
36 ; Denmark, 29 I ItfffW t Kether-
Undy 53 t North America, 2f);' Rtmia,
20s Wurtembergi liade and Franfort,
84 ; Sweden, IJ Byari, If; SvitacTi
land, 8 ; Asiji (Indies 6 , Spain, S. 1
1 1. jf enrrrr
T! I -ir mf it. IV , rfiDit-it ij '
it btt e latin an w tj.f i j tvn. t
mirth r f f br at. i nn a la 1m i btirkie
of Ihe i.'arit, u&itaruken n the !
rulil"fl rf diuord and t'ttfxt. amof
the O'rvtkt bit a toon at Ct'irorMl
had rejtttad the cfTir It etlh ike
tgfp4lri ujk i wU l.lm, tad Mia
4M'gM kld tmt, a Ike, enterprise tt
klreidy half fruttrited, ' JbtaSlm facha,
however, Con-Sueted like an f iptritnced
aWtdjtr f end V, notwltktiandlrg, kU
operalfoni lit iifti'Kttufwl. It rr.uat be
ailriUuted U ibe roodeel of Canmedee
IIianiliOfl.iniJijhf javlwWn of lk
Urwel e ee-' t Veiweaw waaweav lifUr.
Uh prolfctkm.'-- - " - -
'"TM fin Jp9my of iUeaUan tfaiiaet
Napdti wa dfeatd, enJ afier krale
UOJ io llOOmen, be wieobllgrd arwlaj
to retire to IHpolIna, where, if fih
I lo be. placed In the recent Greek
letter from Smtrnj, bo cannot.- tag
mtlnlaio blnitelf. Mar,whlfe, oft
... , r . n . i ..l
" aowu, ray to
19 M , . , . , ,
The CaptaJn Facba, afier lie reverse
before Mitwdonghl, taHed for Sude to
trentport relnffcementa to the MoreV
A revolt broke ami in Candle among the.
Spachlotet, wlil bo appesnd bf the V
cha of that itland, od cn hse a M
Cutnce upon the embarking of the ZTV
II la atated that young DigCth Phy
I Ulan. Dr. Clark, bad eweceeded in t.
Icending to the tummU ef Mont Blanc,
I on Ibf Jflh Aogwat. It I four yeart
! ok) an autempi U4 beeo awadc.
4ftJ h Wlttf- .
rftOJU CJMTlllCCy.t MD rr.KU.
Ikroa papere to the lltH"?rptem-
ber, and. Cathagena le.the let nhiaoo.
have been reccived'at the oflko of tko
Federal Oaiette, Daltimeee. '
. Calhq I eipef ted in urrender hort
ly, the gmiton having several" tJmee
auempiedio revolt, end kning ten men
daily .tj ttckneta,' esrnnkiea, end tde-
Mr,jon. On the Tin' July, J4 men, In
! boats, escaped from the Cattle, fa
surrendered to the national frigate Pro-
tec lor. Carrt!HtTtii irr e Twntpktv wtefw
of defenrr and the gsrrisoo in high
pint a. Commerce It active. ' TN Brit
ish whip of war which had loft bercipukw
end moat of her officer, bf yellow fern,
I had been fumigated by the introduction
of nifeu g throughout the ballast of
the thip. Three of the cfew bad been
rexotered tftrr being tctted with jha
black tomlt. Dr. Mitttn, of tkiiciiy.
bad returned safe tn Carthagene, after
a . -
toluolarr ittendance on board the hT,
rbkb, had done him met credit. Dr.
Over, bed not arrived." -.:t -rv- -
From thtTtrc The PeniviantCap-
, . .at
tain Kelly, arrived at Haiti more dn Sal
urdayt. In 83- days from Chorilloa, the
prtKnt port of Lima.
The V. S. frigate United States, an 1
the U. S. schooner Dolphin, were lyintj
at that port. Officers and crewt aM weR-
CenertI Botivar wit still in Upper
Peru, but was" expected "to return t
-General Bodil still holds1 mrt in tb
Cale pf Cailao, it wa believed would V
i for nme monthe lo'come. It appear
hat rn the ?9th of Jolt, the nits in-
and ihelr commanders, Sir M. Maxwell
nd C.ptain Brown, were permitted by
General Rodil to land apd enter the Las
tie, where they were splendidly enter
tained at breakfast of three course! "
The table wal lajd to harebwerr erowded
with every description of fresa stock, and
the choicest wines. . 1 he water used br
the garrison wat found to be of excellent
quality, and all teemed to enjoy good
, QQ0 ( c u;n BrQwn up!)0,ed) wtn
., j.jn(t 1DDearf d in fine health
and spirits. Gen Rodil wa in .daily ex
pectation of despatches Irom Ppain, an
h . rafllM(i ,j, ofrer, l0 tn
rrnd-4m:,L.. p t,nnfl.
J lK: !n;.k-imi n' tTnner
tCeroi - otcr
lollowintf extract ol a letter trom wwu
ra, dated the 2d September i-iVf. W
"An expedition is to sail ajyiinst Cuba,
ih 1 th int. from t!arthuirena t The
Mexican 6guna,two frigate !dr brjg'
and thirty two schooners, ina MnrrvT
lombian Nvy, with 19,000 troop. This
is the news of the day, and a Doat was sen-.
-TT"" T TOLEXATtW& A u-
his board is paid by the Padhe of Lgf P"
who it o Mfchommedan-j v he I f 00'"
to aProtfestant gentlemati of Manchester
who sends him. to tht Koman gr
Jesuits, to be educated.