North Carolina Newspapers

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KALlsnUUY,N. -CVTUnDJLT KVKNJNO. IH-CKMilKft M 1823.
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W-Sei fcMTUM,ttJ Iff 4
wTTVia W r'.U u.
ATJr STORE.
CEOItCE .W. BnOWNY
UUtUXTVLLV WU; VW a4
rtbf, k r ed ruii!y
tfcuk es4 haiUot irUMt of
WWh k Uewde H&ar at aMj svUt, tOM
IJXJt O.YLT.
FtfOM "; to pxrrks, v'JJ csfl,
!, sd Ksilft IW dtjkl,
fsA.aa-y.AVo. IX, tl
Dlt solution.
THE Opw1mbp atrto&e eilating be
tween ike stioseribers, endef the a -as of
wy ( , W Ait Amj rf,srhd hf ew
lJ(MNt ABpvvsvkejltvl4tos'r
ejsested Is eoese lurssad, td aktka kaexLalt
"" i m4 lW wU h ey 4feead.
VU4 prrsral tores Kir Mm,
- - TVe hsmi at the firs will be rt led by
lm AtWessns;. sk m swtbonsfd to makt Set-
ElOtA AtLTMOSC
EZRA ALLEMO.VO
Retemt his Mm aiacere thanks tu the peblk
ft prwertL for pM fa roe, a4 laiormi thees.
UUt M Ml pUTLaed the
Z - - . Sf km f Jl fetch a ndh e . , v-
f AtkflMMf; fc Locke, hb U now err ewv
rlele. lTi( jut rcctiir4 frvk Wipply frixa
OfT f flWcAtiH-imM.' Tbe bor of DkmI
df t& Umw iMf drfrml. that tnrj cirnift m
TTIE PnWnWw hare ftrnnH mpf
bipbirMNwaMdtrUM lm( A. PAT
TIWON A C. C T. HtAKr.T.
A. PATTtRiOW.
$rw,X. 11,1923.
"WlloltBftlfc fttOTt.
k?T ATTCSSON k CO. ofTer fcrnl(,i(
) utd UUtr Anoftnwm of KMOMbla
DRY GOODS,
IInlwrt, Windov, CIih, r'mti, Naila, SW
ttV-L'nbrellos Cotton d Wool CanK
lie. Ax. Ac
Thia Eatabrrthmeirt Witit; devoted to Ruat
eoi ciclualreh; WHOLESALE, nU batiaa; ax.
finrmenU wr conatant tuppli, on th moat
ajdraaUteoaa te nwo, Sa offirroa oitK eooftJeoce,
oarthy ilta atlvntum ami ontieo of ibo MrrckaMa
tf that part of tbo hUnoe Count y kic b
oonneefed with thU )lac aa a owlet fur It
produce. . ..' -" '-." -v.
lurchaafr lur Coah or approved Mpr oill
be farnnbed with aortmeiMa at tuck prices oe i
til not ml to be atiarctorT.
AVp. 21 it, 1823. 4ti91
FAYE'ITEVILLE.
TLobttt Jattra & Co.
HAVK received from Enrfand, 'their ftp
Jwpeetatioo of DRrGOODX
rSejr offer to reaponiblo Country dealer, on tl
Rberml tenrn of credit u art five by toj bouae
k the United SUtea,
Their uaortment eompriaet ahnot every artU
elf, or fhreifrn and domeatic manufacture, tbat
ia reeiuirrd in a country itort In North Oroima.
They aell only by WUlttaU.
Xmmhn let. 1825. 5t91
TactoT&se ntA Commission
: -BUSINESS.
TIE aubacriber continue the FrfcTORAGE
m4 COMJlUS.VaV BUSINESS, u us.
ual, on Rdmundston'a hH", and soticrt s con
tinuance of the libera support they have here
tofore had from theif country friendi- 'They
mav rely oixtn the stricieit attention aiut bunc.
tualiry to their business. Moderate auk adran
orl will bo mado on all consignments, on receiv.
- Ing Receipt o Billsof Lading for Produco ship
yawtnetrsqureaa.
AO tnoae vim are indebtea to tne minacnoers, i
or to our ihn elnsfwaav, are expected to make
payment the eneuinr season.
. .... - JOHN ROBINSON k CO.
Charkttit Sept. 27, L82i, , 3int9s
r IT V anl.arwiliaw aflTiir tnk ,ntn til, ffimara J :
JL LbU ui statesville, either with or without
Jsi Beddinr and other Hwiaf hold Furniture, and
with or without all hit House rervsnts. Sever
al tract a of land, the whole amounting to be
tween UW) and. 8 acres, adiointnt; the town
m n. . ... . .1 ' m 1
suit purchasers.
The Isndi in Centre, known by the name of
the White Hook tract, and Utoe adjoining f 1"'
the whole BbouV1200 atres. ?iho, my interest
in eveTal ohcr tracti, all joining the former.
A mat, number of other tracts of land, lying in
different parts of the county of IccdelU All the
remainder of my negrrea, 27 in number. Casb
Will be required for . the whole price f the
Regroea i all the other property will be dispo
sed of s.t one, two, and three years credit., ' It
k deemed useless to describe the property
more particularly, ea the purchasers will fish to
view it before tbey buy, fc 67 -
wtni it muMti hi A
Mir mo nt.
C02fOLC2S.
Lixr or MtAMtat
V PoCbntf' ......
CMfc Iff or? W.E4iHi,CMn
rph M-ll!ft.
Drkwt rr Tfconut CUyloo, Nk1vo1
Van
&ryW HJird Uotdt 'mui
Snhk).
Jbn iUrvtf-.b'i
A. CirM John Er.ixk, N.u.oUl
S. Ciri'4 John CiilUnft Robert Y
Hum.
CrtrjiW J. 'Pbervn Rtftltni Tho
w. cu
itfly Bkhr4 M. Jhuon, John
Iiftwin.
Wbitt.
0A Wm. ' II. Hinikon, Bcniimtn
Kucc-
luiiana Domk5;o Boullftiji J. 5
Jofcntron. . - , -
imi Winiam IIcrHirickti Jroc
II WiiMrr.
'Iitin'oit T.l'u K. JLtttt, Jene B.
Tl)cm.
JUiU4Uflrj ChnUrit "m. R.
.IfiiiwriDtUfl Djrton, Thomn II.
Mot sr. or Mr.rMEszsr.mrLS.
AuniwJohn Anderson William Bur
lcis;bv Cbrncfer Hrrrkk, DU Ju'iiJer,
Enoch Lincofh, Jrt with O'Prieni Ptle
Sptagoe. - - - - - -
Srw IUmfukirt Ichabod Bartlett, TV
tus Brom Nchemiah Fiimn, Jonathan
Ilarrtf i Joseph Heah t Thomas hippio,
IU5
AatarAMarsSainuel C Allen, J.hn
Bsiler, Francit Btlie, Benjamin W
Crowninshieldt Jro Dah, Henry W.
Dwijht. Edward Everett, Aaron Ilobsrt
Samvel Lalhrop, John Ickd John Reed
John Vamum. Daniel Webster.
H iodr Island .Trist ram Purges, Duteaj
J.' Fs iKt
Cniwi'm-John Baldwin, Korea Bar
ber, Ralph J. Inpersoll. O'.i.ec Merln
Lliaha Phelps, Gideon Tomiitison
rrmo.(Vm. C. Bradler, K oil in C
Mallary, John Mittockk, Eira Mcech
Ceoree E. Walea.
cwfor--Parmenio Adams, Wrn
G. Annl, Henry Ashlv, Lather Badser,
ChurciullC.Csjnbreleng.Ulliiam Detls,
iSicol Fosdick, Daniel U. Oarnser.John
iraUock, jr. Abra. B. Haabrouck, Moses
Hyden, Michael Hoffman, Charles
Humnhrev. Jeromoa Johnson, Charles
KellogSt William McManus, H. C. Mar
tindale, Henry MarkeTrrUtiney MaMni
John Miller, Timothy H Sorter, Henry
H. Koaa, Robert S. Rose, Joshua Sandi,
Henry R. Storrs.Jamea Strong, John W,
Taylor, Daniel Hugunin, jr. Stephen Van
Reotseiaer, Uulian C Verplanck, Aaron
Ward. Elsha Whittemore, Bartow
While. Silas Wood.
VVrWrrafyXJoorgo Cassedfr Lewis
Condict, Danie GarrisonT ueorpo Hoi
combe, Samuel Swan, Ebenecer i ucker.
eftyrtfaWiHiam Adams. James
Buchanan, Samuel Ld wards. Patrick. tr
rlU. aVh.. RhirrHarrTaTJosePlt
"v" - - ? ' - ,
ucmpniK, asraue ihk""'"
Kremer, Joseph Lawrence, Samuel Mc
Kean, Philip S. Markley, Daniel H. Mil
ler, Charles Miner, James S. Mitchell.
John-Mitchell, Robert Orr, Geo. PJumerj
Andrew Stewart, James 8. Stevenlon,
Aleltiinder, Thompson, Eitry- Van Hofnv
Jurnes Wilson, Henry Wilson", George
Wolf, John Wurtx.
Dfatwr Louis M Lane
ar..,.thii Rurn.Client Dniy
..4wrj,l.y - mw;fln F." . ..Z.
ter Little, Robert JN. Martin, ueorjrc tu.
Mitchell George Pejer, Thomas C.Wor
thington. .
Z Virg fnfl Msik Alexander, William S.
Archer, William ArnistTong, John" S.
Barboyr, Burwell Bassett, Nathaniel H.
Claiborne, Thomas Davenport, Benjamin
Estill, John Floyd, Robert S. Garnett, Jo
seph Johnson, William McCoy, Chsrles
F. Mercer, Thomas Newton, Alfred H
Powells John Randolph, William; C.
Uives, William Smith, Andrew Steyeason,
Jam
is
Iniisoi. t - , .
M CaraJ--W'U AUlOfl.JobQ It
Bryaft, $nol P. s Cawf lkJ W.
CMr, WeUosi 9. Pwardi Kkkar.
Hint UabtWI Molrnes, J. jUeg, Af-
dOUtf .JkSsHVWiflif -P. iHiuntsTi
Romelol M Pndrs,LtuslSa?ys'
& vim John C insr, ivsj, yrsy
I'ia, Jooeplb Oisl. Asrsar B. Cot aft,
Jam's HamiluMs, Geo. MUuilat. Tbwnaoa
R. Xiicheti, hwimg Twtktt i Jk WU
GfgU-Afrr Carr. Alfred Co'h-
bcrt. Jom rersilb. C kerbs F.. Hi y MS.
Jimra MrrHottberCdard f.TsttnaUi
William Ihontipaofj.
JCruttu Rkbr4 A.Bu'kner, Janxi
Claike, IUsit P. Hfn, James Job
sol, I'rsrx is John), Joseph Leeompr,
Hn P. Utcber, bom Netralle,
ItKjm.a P. Moore, D.id Trimlle.
Ca.ries A. Wickl.fJ.. WUHam T. Ytun.
Tttfk6m R. Alf lrVr, rUVt.
Allsu, John Bi'i'. Jotn tVkr, Smoel
Hovaton, Jacob C I wark. JrHa l. Mr-
sble.JsmesC Mtuull, J.mrs K Po k.
OjUo Xore'efai l"ilet, PmIcoh
Bee her, Jee W. Can-.ihH."Js
Pindlay, David Jenr.tr ev U l.lUra Mr
Lsan. John'ivns. Jaho 7 Jv
srpH V occ, Saioitel I. V In' xii. Kliatu
WkniUuy. u B. v UmO, J hti iHI,
JoM C. Wrieht.
aoWillisgi L Bfem, Henry
II. flH). Fjm-arfi jifa'ui.
iMeneRrtrliB Boo. Lratbfl Jtn
niniiH, Jun Teat. . J
i.o D.ui.l P. Cot4..
efs W 0en.
AAaaowmJohh JWvtt
ttittroaTisi
Miebf Trrrt.vrt-iiiiH E. Wins;.
.frren rrrriryHtitf W. Con
war.
floruit Ttrritwy Joe)h M. White.
AY &U.1TZ .
tufta'V, Utt. O. iwi notion ei r.
EtlwiPt.'t.-it w
ffmUf Tbat two Chactair.. nf rliferrt,! d. '
nominaliont. ba annolntrd to gowrwat. durins; I
the prrwnt fesuon, one by tscb iluuse, bo
hall ii.trrrhafire werkhr. I
itrrrhartge weckhr.
Vu kcrson, f.f St Jersey, ofTre.'
llowtnr roliiiU fcVer.-5,f.,..LV
.
Mr.
the follow
frW That tte jotn rule i concucrr
trbwnsrftMrnat-br.arnriMi u, tna1.
msUad of a eoraeantew ot i on mrrrr ana rami. ;
farrurea.tbereaetweatamjifxrnmmrttees.onei
of Commerce aiv! owe of Manufacture.
Which wss adopted ee 2U, nor 9.
Det. f. Mr. Ruggles, of Ohio, sub
mitted the followinw; resoiotton t K - -
AWw4 That tSe 30th mle of the Senate be
amended baddtogtoa the Sallowing! and I
eommitte to oonHat of fire Bsembera oe Roads
and Canals.'
Which was adopted, ayes 23, noes ! .1. '.
Mr, Johnsori, orKentrjtky, submlttwl
the following resolution for comiders'lon :
RnhL That a comrairtee be" appointed to
inquire in'n the expediency of abolishing iro-
pnaunmeni torucou
OtVArT Of PEPRESEXT.tTITES.
ire 6 On motion nf Mr. Sawyer, of
N. C. U jsus
RrhrL That a commlttrs of three memben
he appointed, who, witb three mentbers of tbej
Senate, to be appointed oy mat oocy, snau nar
th dirvctinn of the ssonev appropriated to the
purcbaaa of booka and rasps for the use of the
two Jloust a of Congress.
Drc. T I he ptakerlaid Detore tne
House a communicaiion from the vom
misiioner of Public BuiMines, whl:h was
ordered to be laid on the table and prin
ted
; Mr. Little moved the follewine altera
tioo in the rules of the House ; which
mofon was ordered to lie one day on the
table V
Retthwi that the fbllowinr be adJed to the
43d rule a the Houao. A Committee on Revo
lutionary rVnunna. m hoae duty it ahall be to re.
nort oa sU krbtrrta -CDrniTir nnder tlte several
Jnhai Tfifi.rf A. PkLeft Tatlol,
aaTrnttngvjeiiilons to the ufficers a foluW4rrjbcirSawycr, and Woodf K
of the Kevoluym.
On the 8th the different points In the
resident's Maasaee, were referred to
tbeie. ancrorjriate committees, eight of
hlch were eefrct committees toe lot
r ' -T-- -.... . ,
rtwtnir era the stendbtr eomntittees of
the Senate i
- m mar
n w
On Foreign Relation. Messrs. Aiacon,
asewell, GailUrd, Mills, and White.
0 7wef -Messrs. Bmitb,. Berrien,
Inlmeit. IrayiBeTirierWtMidb
Oh ttmrnme: Uoya el Mt9,A
, . - .-. mm. ,
Van Dyke, Jobnstoa of Lou. Williams,
and Edwards. , . . '
On iiJunayaf rerra . -ieiars. vn.aciauii,
Rugglea, Findlay Lloyd of Mass, ami
Clayton.
6n JlvrieulturejMtnn t Indian W-
oyd of Md. Branch, Woodbury, end Bou-
On TiataVl Jfair$. weasr. narn-
son, Benton, . Cbanrllef Heodrtcks, and
Johotoaof Kr.
Oai Ik Aj.We .L'eurt, Cbaft,Ur
BiaiH. EftlftMi llarrio aavl lUn.
Oe .fsire Meurn Hayna
WliUasss, fWvanoor, Ro'ui. aftd Kane
Oe Vide- -lfeare. Cones.
TbosMa. Eotem Kbf . mI Va Drke. -
Osj sWms) vffWre-llestm. Beotoe,
if site( Attig, fAjwatetf SD4 vove.
Oe Cwisw -.Messrs. RereUs, BsQ.
Chase, M'Ilrstn,an4 Claylua.
Oe O iMVW.kUasrs. Yea I
re llalsMs. Itewavi, Berriew, uA MlUs.
Oe ikf Fmt Of eW ae JfaW.
Mssert. JiSeson of If. JohnsiM ef Lot.
Tboom. M'llr.ine. sxxJ Wllley.
Oe WMVtiri. Nobie. Cesae,
Marls, C-, and PJlis, -
Oe A JfWrf a CWeasiae .Messrs.
Moy. n( 114. Resrse, Nolle, Eetoo, SAsj
Boolioy.
Oe ik CmUnrrmt Mstfttt V
err UriKrv Keyeaoor, kaAe. and Has
-frirkC
Oe Eigrutd DUU Ultus- Marks,
WUlry, sod Efts.
The fuCovier are the fadr CotSJauttaes
ie IM fUuae f Krrr(staljvva, sppMOtcd by
Its sw-akrT i
AraawaMraws. SWaili, Tliydi. TkrT of
I. C. rV'rs HoOom, rwn, a4 BryaMu
rM U JMU-Hrn trtase "f Pvt.
took, Mitimwi, M'lkuKa, UwijfH kiarvis.
and bf(rt
rA Urw. WifUama. StVoy Srhlitlrsey.
Jaews Tl iUots lUrtr of CX MaKindalr, and
Oses.
PUk4 LU - Wraan Rakin. Soott. Jes
ain sf ImUms, k'ruof, T'uitoav Wbippk, and
Rst!t.
rauarr Wrwrs. Krt, TsRMa,
CambrrUn. Rted, Tbompspe of C. sUnjvns
and Warn
rM r.rm. nrtaeH, Bartky, Ab-S.
ssyirr
U fee. ki'fteoor MarnocUkcr. furtcr,
and lUhiwm.
iMifin t CptwmM Hrmn. K4, Aictaa
Irr if Va. BU.r, lWij-on of fa. Uthrop,
Martin snd Hswpbrry.
Jtumj. tliaa. W'tUur, livtafwon,
Bucfiinsn, H nrht, Kr ke. Dmy tnn, snd Iwm;.
'rn ! KHlHhMuiry ( latm. Her.
LittV, AHm of Ten. fmith, rimer, llaabrwtck,
TtKltt of t- C. and Hpnrur.
Cil.. - - y nar Fdvarda of V.
C. lUM. uJLu kUkkr. Mafkett. VTslea. and
Van Home
I'm Land CWau.-Vtaar. CampbtD
Mrre of AU. Carria-.o, Locke, Te. Foadtck
ind ArnWronr.
MuH'furtt't. Mtmr, MaTla, Cond.ct, Con-
ner, WrlrWIe, lav, wnne, ana iwrge.
ner, W rltlilie, lav, v, nna, ana Dwjrm.
.frVn,r,ry1-ktrar. Van Rewatlear. Harrk
"Hk, M'ech. aferw n, Wflon oC,. C. and
Tavkw.ofTa. .
... ., Um. rcka. UKm. He.
Um ckner, Taliaferro, M'Manue,
unrr
r .irmr$.r. Forsylh, Crowin
IticlcL rrimble, Archer, Worthington, Fvsrett,
and Stever-we nf Pa.
Military .fur, Mrr, TTamihon, Mitchell
of Md. Houron. 1 attUM. Vance, liooorn, and
Ward.
.Yal .foirs. Messrs. fitorrs, Hokomhe,
Bartett,' Ssunders, Markley, Fr, Jobnaoo, and
eanda
Rental aaat. FnnuW saneaa Meant.
Mow; r. . . Mrfcbcu, and lUmck.
Jet. Messrs. ABen, of Maaa. fetor,' and
M'Nf II
UrhtmJihtm in JU fiefiarimmt s Slatt.
Messrs. Bailv. Csaely. and Aalilry
lifmdifum in lA l'rtamy Department.
Mrra Burleik'n. Kon, and iierenpon
trttnaSlurrt in A f-rpanmnl a IT nr.
Mcatrs. Mattocks, Kremer, and Badger.
KrbentthirH in the .Hory
Wmn O Brien. Mitchell of S. C. and Miller of
n.-y:
TrprnJihtrtM in tit 7vl OJict pepartntenl.
Mesars. Wilaon wt . i:. rntoiay oi ra. uciw.
ExpmditHTtt H the rHt BmUinft.Meun.
Johnaoe of a. Ssan, anu urr.
joist coimia
On Enrolled IUH:Kttr. Isaac kj and Gam-
On the IJhrarv. Meiers. Everett, Bradley,
and Wood orV Y.
I iter rsa-MiTTias.
' .ti&'o'a.-Merira. Metcalle, Holmes, Rsmey,
Fiiwllay, of O. ttovan.Ten Eyck, and Mitchell of
Ten.
Rtadt and Canalt. Messrs. IlemphilL Buch-
ner, Stewart, Adams oi . i. nenry, naynes,
lnaraoll.
Columbia River.'--Measn. BaylieOBarhour of.
Va. Lawrence, Angel, Carson, folk, and I homp-
son of o,
MmJ Umverdtg and OiterrcJory.ilettT.
Mercer. Carter. - Venlnck, MwanJa of Pa.
Hrirkti and Mrantrrt. Moan, ITradley,
JohnWn, of N. Y. Miller of I'a. Jafltei Johnson,
Trenant. Kellnrr. and Brown.
A'awiftV Depurtmmtt..Hetn. VTebater,
M'Une of Dtl. Forsyth, Hemphill, Crowin-
abield, I jvingston, and Fra. Johnaon.
Mtmvmrnt la Ueneml naiHngfn.NC$n,
BaraeH, Ahrten, Rose, If.-Wilson, Rafr, Boor,
Boon, and W olf.
On the petition relative f Baitrp't hMri,
Mesan. Urent, Beecher, Isaacs, VVbipple and
Garnaey.
On the ettoktithmmU f a A'oA'anof Forcine -
ft'rMrt1lesSrWr1'C
kr,(of N.Y.)sndHealy. -On
ike TmiitneitrMrtrngi. Mereer,
Vance.TomKMoni, Ctayton, Cookv end McJtee,
-. . ' SENATE. - r.
Dec. 9. On motion of Mr. Dickerson,,
twas
Rrtolved, That committee of fbrte
members be appointed,' who, with three
members of the House of Representa
tives, to be sppointed by that House, shall.
have the direction el the money appro-!
iirlated U the pyrtKltf tl bmks si3 snap
or lh ste oftba) two Urdus ef Coecrtss,
Mr. fit? euWritrd the fJWwhf
reaoloilon Coe esJeVrsilon f ;
TraavrV, That uniform Iswe e the)
stiVjsO sVaftlrwptey hwegkosjt the)
L'avitW f ufi uM fe V rwb'iI.
JDrri I JA Mr; Mr NrVtt, t-f Ltdlstn, J
effarsHl the feHewiftf res JuilnA
ITsaW. Tlst f Itleft CotemHee
eppoloted, to rvMsIst el rf rnensbers, n
ike subiaci ef Hose's t4 Cansls. with
leave te repeei kf bill of etkerwlse.
Mr. tene. of IniAoIsi soUniitH IhM
(otlowlnf reselutioe) tot coeiaiderstio) i
rTraVrraf, That the toswmlitee on the
Judiciary be InvtrurUd to fofrulre hue the
npeifiewy ef so amending the acts of
Ceatresa rtt-ulatinr p roc esses b the)
Ceuns el the UnitesJ States, at to pUc
the persons and pteperiy (with regsrd se
lk modes of proceeding against them)
of ike ckiterta ef states admitted Into lbs)
yelnet since 3k f. ITI3, epoas a (oot
lg of equal secori'y with the persos and
of cltlaens of the original Suits.
Wklch was agreed to.
Det. 15 Mr. Smith presented a me
mortal from the Merchants of Battlmorei
preying the rt peal ef those acts of Con
tress, which trroklblt tke Importaiioi of
foreign distilled spirits.
Mr, Ho! rets submitted IB a rellowinff
resolailes) for rontMersthn t
ffetVrW, That the Contmiltee oe l
. te...
nance be Inatrocted to inquire into tea
expediency of rygvlstlng ike dunes on
certain goods, so far as lo prevent the Il
legal Introduction of. luth oods from
Erpvbctt or territories, adjacent to the
'ntted Sutes.
Wr Ttxi auVmiUed the following re
solution for ermslderalWwi t
Mrtolvtd That the Committee on the
Juclrlary .be lnitruied lo inquire into
Ihe espediotM-r of vt amending the judi
cial system nf -the United States, ae thst.
each and all the states may equaUy petti- .
rlprte In its benefiis.
Mr. Liotd of Mais, offered the follow
ing resolution for consideration i
Rfuhrd, Ihst the Secretary of the
Navy he directed to cause to be did be
fore the Senate, the proceedlrgeand judge
ment of the Court of Iitquiry, In iel.tr.in
le tbe employment of the squadron under
Commodore Porter, for the sopp'essiots
of piracy in the . West Indies, end the .
trentportation of specie in vessel of the
United States, during the years 1133 snd
1834. And also the proceedings ef the
Court Martial in reference to the trans
actions at Faxerdo.-
jrortc: or r fpr fjE.NT.frrx.
OKCtMStH 0. '
Mr. M'DurLc offeredithe following
resolutio(t which was ordered to lie 00
the table, and be printed I . . "
MttolveHx that for the purpose of elect
ing the Presidem arid Vice-President of
the United States, the Constkuiioa nught: .
to be sd tmerided, that Tmlform system
of voting by districts shall be eiontiatied
in all tbe States and thst the Constitu
tion ought to be further amended in such
manner as will prevent the election of the)
aforesaid office rt from devolving upon
the reapeclive Houses of Congress.
jteeoived, That a select committee ba
appointed, with itntnretkms to prepare
and report a joint resolution, embracing
the s foresaid objects.
Mr. Sawyer, of N. C. moved the fol
'owinf, resoltnion i
Rreolvrd, That so much of the Pretf-
dent'e Mrsssge as relates lo the contribu
tion of our ahare of mind, of labour, and
expense, to the improvement of those
parts of knowledge which lie beyond the
reach of individual reqoiiition, and par ticularly
to the exploration of tho interior
of our own territories, be referred to a
select Committee.
Which waa laid on the table." . -Mr.
Ingham offered the following reso
luiion, which was adopter!.
Keiotved, TliitHi" President -the
UnitctLSiatei belrequcticd lo cemmunk
cate to this House (if not incompatible
with the public interest) the Document!
snd Proceedings of tht Naval Court Mar
tial in the esse of Captain Charles Stew
art also the documents and proeedings
of the Naval Court Martial m the case of '
Lieutenants Joshua R. Sands, end Wil-
iam M. Hunter. i
df.cbubxx 13.
Amone the Det it ions presented, was a
memorial presented bv Mr. Cook, from
the Legislature f ,
of a grant of land from Congress, to ena
ble the State to cut a canal from Micbigaft
to the IBliKiirHyerT'-"--'--'-- T'
The Speaker laid before the House e
communication from the Comptroller of
tbe 1 reasury, .containing a list of balances ,
remaining tinsettled on the books of the
revenue ) which was ordered to be laid on '
the table-and printed. . .,
1' Speaker presented e pslitiorv of
Major Larabee, who complained tht be
had beta degraded from bis rk by a)
    

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