North Carolina Newspapers

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II have bet H rer elve4,
Tbe n members of the admlnUtre
Uoa received from the King Ike Mali e
tl.rlr rePcil offkei a the h AprU
I'arrtarnent rt tumtl4 Tuevis
the IK of May, end lha kiUIc crolif
l at the highest flfcli M Ibe txcsaion.
The avenues I the bouu-wte (rowded
I iQch degree, he l M nlf wtih
fun Jin lif Ibsl f. vanning end Wr.
rl foM e mtr. .
"Tie House brttcnictl tlnKuW p
I iimn as .M " nt !
Ixi members Al J 'twilf Hr7Ciftr
J Uk! loo Lit uitriir M
"idacr, wnbe TmwtYlde.--Mr. IWJ
was en tM utond scat aaam ibe Ur on
tbe ministerial aide af iKt boose. Sir
Francis Burdett and Mr. Turner were a
the bench Immediately behind Mr. Can
ting, eating quitted the place lcl ibcf
formerly accepted ei lee oppoaiiioa side
of the bouse. Mr. Breugham was at the
further cod of the Iktrd bench behind Mr.
, Canning, and Mr. Celt raft o tK AW,
rar that ri;hl boo. gentleman, Sir Hob
art ftlleoa also lock minletrrlel seat.
Oe the apposition benches were sever!
cumbers In tbe habit of sitting o the
ministerial ilde of the bouse, loth tide
showa, Cut iiorciU to forts teim ep
the tiatWm. I M'lf present lt e;4n
luft bf the country being prejudged en
this lity Important subject si It bit be o
bhherto.4 Thtre ibk! U no Ufb4 io in
fut m clbr i U of I fnrt iltiw
clffl Ortngtmrn. Pob pnitt rt
tiutl tllglUi frr f under mi Gov
ran el rl, fhrtugb 1 rntf bt tbl
tb mi'n uhimutf ibink I do I
bt gltca ltry filrtf l lecuHtf io mf
8of ralga tn4 to ibo ftpt, tbt I olU
rxt tmpU nf cfikUl Iu0unc cm her
t tb hi prtf;rf lot Ujr. .
I( l mmore 4 thai ferlltmrnt ill be
tiiotfc) t lU tL hf ibi btcKnl ci
04i u oiOrr to kIi the Mvmtoltlrr
ibe idriMiii irtbt u ctccrtaff,
-Tbt Kbrof rflnwllt 4t4.UbaM
oretnwH ib iri of LUoa milk m i
tint Gold Cu. In tobeo of bit M!ttt'i
mam of ibt tl and Wilful tcrtkei of
ib Nolle Lord.
The mi of Mr. Cannlni'ielefiiloo It
Mie4 lo biff b4 terf marked eflTcet
upon the tcnaa F.icbnee. ib metal
bquc ImmcdU'ele fell about one per rent
i he Lot acr Stone of lb lotoA lTn
tertitf UU with much cercmoof oa
tbe 30ib A (Mil.
The neighborhood of the Tunnel under
the Tbimett bad been on anib(ermpied
Kroe of im and confutkm for a eik
nd tbe bol operaiiona of ibe Twn'ie
ere eourelf aupeodedt In conwqueac
Jt'LT X ir.T.
Callcrlctt to liaten to tbe debatCi were
ak . a a) . . . I
aeatedtbeliibopoluoeotrr,urbDeltf, of , - MrikeM amongu tba aorkmeB
Path, and Welle t tbe duke of Bedford, cauaed be a reduction of ibrir wage.
tbe naraulace of Sligo and Af leaburf j Tna New London Price Current of tbe
Lordi Seaford, Paron. Haaenaworib, Ho-1 t( Mif , tail i Tba purtbaaeaof cot
dea, Ilardarkke, Deilcft.ind Farnbam j (0ft for id, Wfek endiir Ut nlthl, loclu
Earla riuaUIIama Parolefi Cameroon, Jam, cooalat of 600 bagi; tba pike were
-ad Cooper Laod aeKralotherembert I ttbout"tariatbo, and tba market again
a eiMMr llMla." - lanMara IA ha nulaf. a iba arruunli Train
Tba ebata w.t opened bf the lata Mr. Literpool and tbe Manufacturing Watricte
oexreiary iccii on a ramion ia ittue a vert not quiie ao favorable jreaterdajr.
VHt for ibe election of a Member to aup rear-Tba rwa from Franca I In
plf the place ol tr. aturgea iHMjroe. who tereving. A .pint of diacootcnt agU
Daiiaien r. reel pace in me mtnit- the King (Char Ice X ) and bia Maoiair.
iry.. Mr. P.ook,lbi opportunity o gg- appeaa.w ba cuending Itielf-at a re
plalatba reaaon which bad promp:ed him m. ,oe Champ le Mare. on 'SuuA'ty,
to leia lb edmtolttretlon. t lla quoted jU(ft April, e'ron flinga were maoifct
, -Qea Jroffl I IRfJlU2,X-.ii?B,nIS ed be the National Ouarda, who uttered
wbeo be rtilgned bi Kat in the Cabmel, fri, no onl a'liulnit" the Miitlaltr Tit
'lo 1107, lo ahew that ha (Mr. P.) had but aeainat the So.e.tiirn himaeif.
beca loarmedbr elmilar conaidarationi The circumatancea bad prwluced much
, Id tbe atepbebad now taken. Mr. Pi eicitement in France. -Diwinl inc.
a j -l f a J a a a , '
ipeeca wai oiaiiDfuiaoeo of a aiapu ol the Awr,) baa received a wound; the
much talent. father of hie country ahould hear nothing
oirrranuaiuroettawjr.crougham but praiaca from bia children." The
made eloquent apcechet, eiplanatorr of dctarhmeotiof 'he national Uuard on du
tbctr rtewa, aitd avowing their dctcrmio i, bad been renUced b other troooa. jnd
an Ordonance bad been published, but i
eiecuted lor diabaoding the whole
that cor pa.
in J In I7H lAirne or.i of ih icnlor
uh'ilara. .
la 1711, ei Hi rtrrwml from Dion,
Mr, Canning wee entered at Chrlat
Church, ()fyd, wbrre ha grajuUd.
He tberi forrwd a eotul coftneibn with hitii tmtu eaiiaua.
icteral toung mca of rank, among whom I FOUItTII OF JULY.. ....1827.
it Mr.iertltrtaoa.'fiow lord Uierpocl. TabeaaaniamMlatoberraatl
Hating cJaJrad bU baMtor' degree, ba fc Wta rr'i owawaada elfy U ertM,
left tb I'nJreHltei andtotered blmeelf lt4aaMavetbalWerraa'ii-wwr
of tba MfcWa Temple; whW Intcot lo - ---ir-aW.
iudy ib lav. At lha lime lima ha ob tba tagle WUi not hi (be raV. .
tained edmlaab W a aebatfna; aotUft, ? m ,K p"?
the, icnolred thai ee end facility W ta k..rt. L... ,k.
pulWijeaUrf tlkrK e ar tmltt re grtjo that rU aatl1"fc""
eoifr paAS'' J Fttt tfttt, vVbtrb, U the aerfc aad Umtt .
J uL. ,f . Irr aki-J, f
-FMtr'imt AWrri Thar, ai &Zft$TttZimrm
pubjiihe' la FngUftl lfl 1771, COftcIaa firia, itb kra rUmilt
hlnory of tha Prlml Mlntiter of Ore it WwHra (wai frwaa Uwana cJaaaav
Hrlt W. from iba Cwu to tha IW fT" "J KJtrf
mailan, which condtlei Hh iba fallow 11!
Inr remarkable etateont. Uk Made drlc( aaaa awaala
M I ihall conclude bie ihort abatracl Br af created aty.
af biatory (uji iba athof ) with lha ob- n;, iht emeawt th DEIO
aerrattonoi a wiaa apommaii aa -Ttr nr arikntt, aroVM, HkmI, atrra,
Fngla&d bred, that lber never wn eel a vn (rtniom u tbia land da-rd.
Prime Mlolater of Br!ri but either Ad eaa'd Braania'e potewt amc
i.v- LI- - ...l It. M..taV A Our ewwacnpt "air aru'J Ike ft
-7 vw" " : . J.; Tbaif A., aaof Irwry 'd the
ciny; bit rneetcrY Ai tie reader may Tbey aWd-end Heavaa'aEurnaJ lrdlll
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7 r. UU' ,7 7 TWarartdtbeei3H-bfarr.balhlgb,-
rlew, iha dlrm caaqaltleeof lha aundre ar.iaVvi La. '
r rime jutniaier aoova mamionea, 1 nave - w -iarr - ibe EattU cry.
i.M iwn iv'tr lj, f
d. fcr, I'v'r. tLa 44tiad rU
ir.jHiB.(i, all.n w tt,.ltB ylk4
Cjrfii1tuti'a r 4M fviw,, ln-Utad lie ba.
tvirioTHf w uta ei,tra ura IM luawiaaaajJ
umti a lha cJif, a4 U 1.4 14 fs
bia faVMaV a take p bk h.U(4 a ,
ffiMianwa im intrf aattraa. . .
a4itba, t ibe im af eltM d41ra a dr Hj
barm..-tra,-4Ul U tbe acUo. Lf
arwi, furuM toa U ia lv (1
(MMMAaBaa, Ibe lallaf, bf VAamfaaM,.
be aaade ta beadi but by no aaaaae that v.
iktiWe a aa &n Cnaaomaiaaiar aye atart i,
banaaa thaa tboae of a mt4t U (onrr
tbe afflca Irae etnenalve to the hollar, m a,,,
protiate la biai-al aaaxb Itaa. kt lk.
bwiwrable gtawaaw ww pwraibaaiq ba, by rb
Adaaaaaatfasjaa) mf aad an, aad aaa mmL. it
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tha tharv W-f aba. 1 L ajT. L... l "
a atlle fro Mlhoa, bi Hie rate, wat rwk by
Igbtaaiif, ad a Mr. Kaat, tie eccwylctaf H
faraa, baai lo tbe bam, ae klfWdi aad a
aegro, ba waa alae U tbe baym, my errWey
injured. Mr. Roa vaa a piout ewa, a ftapan.
lie arabr of Ibe Mrtbodlal Cbonh, a gaa4
Migbborlaid ai aftcltoaala baabaad aad WbrT
bera tubjolocd a labia of tbeov
rajna auaivriaa.
Hied by tbe halter,
Po. by the ua.
Do. by ernriry eVare,
Do. uitlmely by prima hiodi,
Do. inimprWooreent,
Do.'benltent,
Saved by eacrBclng tbeir milter,
Sum total of fHm Mlnhtert to tba
Kratoratla.
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Hit'Sweuffi and Auatrlan Count art
carrying on a eharp diplomatic conteit.
Cuttavu (tba ion of tha late denoted king
of sfien) i f lkui. Colonel io aa Aua
in Lcfiroert, and wear tba title of
Cron Prince of Sweden. There can
not he u two nr. iiberuae ti la per
frrtlv clear, and tha eon of Bernadotte ia
t pre arm the real Simon Pure. It ia ra
her inccaaietenllhat tha Austrian Cabinet
should bare nude euch a rumpus about
be trench Jlarihala and tbeir titles, and
Florid We tear from tba St. Ague
tW HatroUa'lbalat tha 16lh silt. Col
Wjiito atcld a talk at tbe Agency with ibt
ation to support the new administration
If they can.
- Sir Thomas Lethrtd(;e and Mr. Dawaon,
wbobavo gooa to the oppoaiiioo benches,
a ft. a-a .
aasaiiea ina new ministry. 1 her eipres- DISCOVERT gulf JCitlM".
a - a f . a a I
t t -'ZXl ' il TO"" . - Tbt llftla, Cant. Farryf.allad from
-wbaof , tha whitt irh fr. Cannlnrai 5kiW.. U ipiufl aeataa
00a of thaaes CoalttioDa which th Lort lo Norwat" .nit lake In r,m-
.Titl 9' !nd 'Ucled "it b -ravine tha boat, 00 tha P" Chiefs, to
ioPraaaui.uK vonwpteuioioeTcry j,,. UpoQ Uf wtitai . a-aiuoa tbcm to remove to tbe country
Lean s fort. lh9 eree will be divided ipto ' MIwIsslppl.
Mr. Cannlny; mad a most triumphant ,wo e,p, ditiooa, 00a of which will. If poa A Vdk. 7 " erW h Colo
reply t and wa ihall bereaftar Invite our ible,s roumltbalaUndandeirJoraiiTi ' f-our 0f heir re"o.
rtadere to perusa it Witb iba auaniion it weata. Tba othtr, rotiatfat oftweotr reaaon iounded upon the incon-
devervei not only at a piece of eloqueoce, lwo (0 d dc't grou. habits of tha Indians with those of
but II contatnlnr thelrua vk. 10 ba la- u tba-Korth Tolea in too boots, which be Whi" ' compantiva difference
keaortbaiubject by an Iba aineere friends may ba uaed 00 tba lea or in tbe Water ean tha country offered tbem and that i
of catboDe emancipation. -He -tat not ti i:n ..l r hick ih. Tha faatk
naflaiu target uettm, but, a ret on the part -of tbt-Indiene by a
forrned tha bouae, tba very fact of hie td epiriu of wine, one pint of which will P"roP decided refusal to abandon
being la office mast promote htnlUmata ro.k, t Mon of wer froin ce fcM their present resjdenea 1 and 00 a sugges.
eiiaaaaaiai a nnlkinav. caca ea as tkaw aklasaa.a f aLA ..... O ' eaeiu , a www. . . .
V WHr botl It into aoup. It ia eipecled that the 1,00 ,rom ooel " bite that thev should
Ttntl. a a a w a sea ftniaftfev it nut laaasiaaai I I m w 9 m
V'".-W,?L w wtetl will pent
Till rairara ervwa'd the rifiia of aaa I
IMtg, lor that triumph ahall rrwuad,
l!a prtncipUa by are auatain'd,
CrwrWial aeatimeata be cmvn'd,
Or etrry noble bear! be draia'd.
fill la the r ra'ry of tha braw,
Who acted on thie glorioua day t
Ttotr fraanea are inwtalea eJha grave
M rave ana hara yWd aweyr
Ta Um. tba Mrt who upheld, -A
oral of gratitude U doe 1
like ancient Crrctaaa ia tbe field
Tbey rwight ! Jbeir rVagweata aow are frw.
Mae 1 not with eaoaamental anire
The deathtraa iwintocin of awn.
Who Imrd through famina, ltod, aitd fire,
Tof rrttdtm', futhkM rUmdrm f"m
Their dede Five in the high mwva
Ta dauiHleaa brans eloae aaaiga'd 1
Tbe warrior-wreath, the civic crowa.
Our Virrf lemplea ever biiad. - -
Shad aot tbeir oflaprinv worthv ba
Of aoch proKeniiora aa they f
ladoniitable-lofir, Ar .'
Till earth and empire paaaavay f
Pit high tbe vlne-ntp lo the brare,
Wbo rear'd in blood ihia C,mm,rmfJ ,
Fortitr like vour .Vnta behave !
Tbe Emjlt haU nal im lA clt ! O -D.
at lha same time address Gustavus, (00a
a a aw a a
ottnrtr own ouacerai Dy oeaignations to I re a raa virriu rtaanaua.
wbirb ha hrt bo rlaht, and which bsina-1 Mr. fTkin.- Permit me to rewind roar mi
ate usurpttkajcafnat a.frleodly monarch, mrroua reader, of the Circular of tha
la Choila Maad, k appear to he bar it
cwaiom, fraea tinae Wraeaaurial, la awtify lb t.
uea of ibe opening of ibe poll u electa, .
brailag a dmaa through the iru. Ibla year
aa Inquiry baa beea atarted, betb a aTa
mode caanot be devraed. fVaaHaa a tba
freeaaea ta the polh, would be a aovet precaa.
bg here. We abould eooner have tbouftt af
1aWay up tbe elect ora with a ceV Unt, u
etcrci tbeir right of francbiac.
Cr r A robbiai baa beea dooW.
tkaled in ibe Mtrbearbood of Sumner VaJUy,
(PenimlvMia) bicb be beea learned lo crow.
wv-. ..i.,lIuapii)c,iMewtiV(
often ainkea Into bia aotea of ainging. TbebW
eteite great crioty airasog tbe people of tha
MgUorhood aad aaaay old voeaea ar BMcb
alaeaed.
UuhKkw Tkmf.K aaaa caJEnf ktf aaare
! Uibun, (a fore .roar) atoie a aumbee of article
of eloihlng from the houat of Mr. Weaver, of
tbe vjllagt of Waierfbrd, (New-Tork) on tbe
7lb uh. aooo afterward ha offered tbeaaiW
tale an ibe canal, to a man wbo, nJortuaatelr for
the ttief, proved to be Mr. Wearer bin, (ibe
ovnerf) After a pretty aerere borae-whippiaf,
(having himaeif preferred that mode of pamiab.
I went to the ordinary course of be Ua) be era
u"Vrd to go hia aay. But ll.U failed
ring him of his thieving propenaitr verifvinr
the old adage, that "v. hat ia born the bone.
cannot be whipped out of the Urah:- for. a few
dare aftenaarda he etole more cbybes, and aome?
I Coloniaalion SoeJety. aigaed hy It dratrngorahed tken, confeaaed hi guih. and waa
PrraideTjt, lb Hon, Buahrod Waahingion, and comm"l1 o jait, to Uke hi trial for grand
aJdrraard to miniver of every denomination, J
thourbottl the United State. In ihia circular.
bich haa obtained an extensive circulation by f Fran. Oa) the night of tbe lat day of
the raeana of our numeroua periodical nublica. wghborhood of Creerbirr. Peon-
iiya. an the clergy in the Union are reaped. ru ',ed by a aerere froat, wblch did
fully aoticited lo take up eoTlcrtiona, either on ooJ drml 'W'. to0j deatroyUg beaw.
In the house-of Lords, on the eeeninir
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01 tno o 01 "r iv e-minisiers enter
. ed on their defence, and proved such a
total want of concert on their parts, that
the editor of the Siin doubts whether Mr.
Canning waa authorised in calling their
imultaeoua ter easlon a strange coin
cWebeVwTlu principal speakers were,
tha Earl of Qdoft, the Duke of IVeUioa.
tOBytha"Eart of Ma"nfield, fiodarkhiEari
Baihurit; Lord Melville, the. Matquia of
Lansdmen, afro uora vtJenborougb.
Mf." Canafna; aaya, that although the
liberality of his aentlmentj, in regard to
tbe vatftoiics, :ts known, be gives every
- awurance jaiat. vainouc emancipation is
not to be made a cabinet question. But
this is far from aatiafving the religious
preiuQices 01 tora wdon and bis Grace
of Wellington, whose admiration for tha
Protestant religion does not evince itself
so tar aa we are aware, in any other way
than by opposing the civil rights of their
fellow citizens. Mr Canning- decidedtv
says, my opinione on that subject are
a j xr I aenri. at lha .m.nui rtf lha II fta.
STiPS r ,t I . Vf I.' '-'".Waaing 10 degrees, or 600 .to. deputtiion from tbeir body to examine
Right Hon. Gentleman entered into a bia- Llu.i -;u?..a.Vi ' i. the r.nin ffia,i ,k. ik. ..i.
SrSifJin9Tuhl-ilM tb eP-dion will have to .t not wubin lo remove, they did not
the CatbcJie Quaulon, and proved tbe trml 1000 . . . " ' " wish to see trL proposed couotre, and
t ... I kAIJ . a a -a .a
tJWeawJttaaa.aw- 4htfik inj purpose. ..in in
pursue a straiebl line. This ia tba boldeiTmstll''lC "l dutiei
Ledvcniurc that Capt. Parry has yet un- conc'uded by in impressive exhortation
la a ww ... . w IBa ik.. . I 2. 1 I I
aertaacn lie and hia comnaniona ,rr ' u'c" io renain wunin meir oounaa
moat enngulne of aucreai, and cinect to r'r' ,n denunciation of - trouble' if
return to England in Nov. ,,,c' ouia nciraucr iranscenn mem.
A rompanr with a large capital has re-
MR. CJ.JLG. cemly been formed in New York for the
Mr Canning ws born at Paddington purpose of settling Sugar Plantations in
near London, in 1771. His paternal an- Florida Th editor thinks it a project
restors originally set.led at Foxcote, in that must prove successful.
Wi : wkkshire, where a branch of tbe Col. White las been re-elected Dele-
family, we believe, still remains. Queen gate to Congrets by a large majorty.
Eliubeth conferred the manor of Oar
vagh, inr the county of Derry, in Ireland, jt rrincrtv krurnue The Lafourche I
on a younger son of the Foxcote family, (Louisiana) Gajette states, that upon the
vho thereupon moved into the sister Is- amar nlantmU. f il.n V,a H.mn
land, anrl Im in ih. rtk.. .L. - i ... . .
r .w ...v Vl ,c prcniicr,i ton, mere are anout tnree nundred etfec
his descendants continued to reside thral iiw hnt. .fflhi,..j . .t.. r
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airatiowt artninrr-bsqrof f Jar vaeh he I ta- niad-lha nraaanL.aair.Ja I ODD hnrra
grandfather, had two sons, fieorge and heads, weighing each 1280 Ibes. worth in
Uaul, the elder of whom displeased his New Orleans, A the ordinarv price of 7
latneroy marrying a dowerless beauty, eta. per lb. g 89,600. The General, how
was exiled from the maternal roof, with vr. ah!nnina i;. , ,.. TM-
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ai. .nu-aucc HI l3wt. a year. lhrn m.ikf. i.k.r. 1. K..r. . hi.,k
FT J a aaavaan aa tf. W IIV a lVHI a 818
uruJer these circumstances, ha camel nrice. eatimatat hl kmi raWVaWFilla. ihlffl
witnniaiaoy to London, and, determin-1 vear from hia; T.m.ioina nlantailnn.. at
Inn In .L-. I . . 1 .. .1 .
"5 c jaw, cnicrcu nimsett ot IK 100,000.
the Middle Temple- He died poor on I 'Sl'TTJ:
the Ilth 61 April, I77l, i few davl Ifter
inc oirta ot hia aon uieorge and was In
terred In the new burial ground of St.
Mary le bone, whefe hirtomb, with the
following inscription, was placed by his
Widow:
awwmwcrainv uiauust
Tha editor. of tha Sun concludes bis
Hoi tea ol the debate thus i
- The wlwda aecno aoth at to teive
to doubt on any impartial mind, as to the
aenlimenta entertained towards him and
his government by tbe Representatives o!
tha Englith nation j and of the feeling
out Of- floors, it requires no ordinary ob
tuaanca.to have any doubts aa to who is
tha favorite of the people.1
The sitting of the House of Commons
on the evening of the 3d of May, was one
of the moat atormy that has been witnes
a a 1 af - W"B . .
eed tor a numDcr 01 years, rarly spirit
aeeras, again, to nave reached no incon
atderable height, and in the words of Mr
Canning the standard of opposition has
been now-teirJy 4iniurid.
the Sabbath Immediately preceding or frjcceed.
mg the Fourth of July, for the benefit of tbe
American Cotonizaiiop Society. Should rtrrj,
religioua aociety in our country contribute a
few dollar on ihia occaaion, a very considerable
aum would be rairedi a aum aufficient to de
fray the etpenae of transporting to Africa, nmt
AimoVroV a aev that ar neither lffP9 nnr
uteful amongal ua. Do not patriotiarp, and be.
Bcvolence, and. phibuitbropy, and religion, all
unite to induce ua to aid in removing our free
people of colour to Africa, or to some other
diatant country t tl'ilt not the miniatera of our
Ma nuroose. In the a i w...
tbe acrorophihment of the patriotic and benevo
lent object of tbe Colonization Society (
cms,
ami other tender vegetables, rbe present era.
ton bis been marked by tery extraordinary
Cbangi a in tbe weather. Only about eight or
ten daya since, it vu ro cold, in ihia section of
the Union, for two or three nighfa, that it be
came necrry to. make fire to render the sit
ting rooms comfortahle. It haa, however, arai
become taarm and aultry during the day, but
more cool at night.
Tby wtue and my wo, no word can rellr
Therefore, a little while, mv Georw farewell .
Por faith and love like ours Heaven haa in store
Ita hut and beat gift, to meet and part no more."
Hia infant son. the anki.i nt .hi.
moir, was nlaced with a maiemalinr l. of Com- Morris, resigned.
a respectable wine merchant in the city, J The failure of To'mbeckbe Bank, in Alabama,
who discovering strong marka of genius.IL' ,ikelJ 'oheproductiea of much evil in that
at-aerr-er4- ao -ar-it-H-r.-l 5""lc '"owf nana: is statea io nave naa
Ih!T7':.aB' ..TIT Et?? but fivethouVaud dollara of tbe billi on hand.
.. . A. rtj mor ldStcwtio
had shot the duke of Wellington, (he did
shoot him Aofinmtfy, and the Duke fell
grictotialv wounded)"""
Mr. Canning waa elected member of
rarbament for Seaford, but was prevented
from attending by the important duties of
nia omce .
Commodore Tingey has been appointed
a wommtfttioner of the Navy, in the place
i ... . j., ,. . ... ... ; mm iiiuusuiu aoiiara
where he speedily distinguisaed himself, I t the time of iti failure.
nm tbs warrsaa riaoLiua.
A SHORT CJTECHlSJf,
For tboae who have the direction of Indian
Affair at Washington, and which it would not
be amis for the President himaeif to read
hiettin What are the worda of the latter
clause of the 6th section of the 1st article of
the Constitution of the United States f
Jnrwer No Senator or Representative
shall, during tbe time for which he was-eroeted,
be appointed to any civil office under the au
thority of the United Stater, which I'taft hmt
been created, or the emoltimerrta whereof shall
have been increased, during auch time ; and no
person holding any office under the. United
State shall be a member of Uber bouse, during
bia continuance in office,"
Q. Waa there not a law pasaed at the last
aeasion of congress authorizing a council with
the Cherokee Indiana, and appropriating glO,.
000 to carry it into effect
There was.
?. Wa Gen. Jhn Ctcke, of Tennessee, a
member ot tnat congress f
A. He waa, and voted in favor of the bill.
Q. .Who have the eontvoul of the money ?
A. thecoliamtai
r?ria Gen. Cke 6
under the Act
A. He ia, and receives eurht dollars a dav. and
hit expenses paid. '
Q. 1 not the office of commissioner, a civil
office under the authority of the United States "
A. Undoubtedly! and tbe office was created
by the vote of him wbo now fill it,- ,
Q. How does this accord with the Constitu
tion f
A. Ton must ask Mr. Adams, or his factottflL
K neighbo. ing editor," who eainly
fancies himstlf, like Milton's perfect
being,
" AH head, all ere. all ear.
i.-.nf.JM' iuicM b all ''"C" . ,
neea not get out ol temper, and quote old
plays against us, because he imagines wo
have attempted to be M witty" at his ex
pense ; for we can assure him, that
should our humble aspirations after fame
prompt us to seek the reputation of a wiV,
he would be the last we should ibink of
selecting as a butt, on which to exercise
our talent, being an object very unlikely
to gain us much celebrity in that line.
'"aja"'
If heat nartesi, tVc A lanre proportion of
the early heat wa harvested, and eaved in
good condition, during last week: and the crop
haa proven to be a more abundant one than bas
been raised for a number of yean past i the late
antafiowrverrbi'tbeerrgTMtfjr-dAmig'ed by
tbe mi. Of Oaf, we never taw a more luxu
riant growth than the field generally present.
Com 1 remarkably thrifty, ami will yield to those
who cultivate it well, if the weather continues
aeawnable, large crop. CeKaa look well i and, '
if the after-season is favorable, will be a good
crop. Of Rye and Barky, there are also very
good crop.v In tj ne, there is nothing fackmg' to
cheer and gladden the heart of the agriculturist; Z ' i
but bter price fur ctttttu'. . ZTTT.Zpr-r:'
Henry Clay, who beinff profound rhetoricians.
can make all aa plain as day-light; .
Q. Waa not Gen. Cocke opposed to the Ad-'
ministration, and did he not. on the receipt of
this appointment, decline a re-election to Con-
grmoiraccoutit of his nye and inJirtmUnf , .
A field of wheat, mHylljaimlla asod-eca
dition, wa reaped on a plantation in Houston,
county, Georgia; on the "31st day of April Imt,"
ao says the Macon (Georgia) Mewnger. XoV
according to the received system of astronomy, .
only, thirty daya are set don to the month of
April. So that the Ucssenger'a boast of harves
ting wheat io April, will not avail much. '
-aWBa
100 bales of Cotton, the product of Got-
Troupxplantaf ionj L were lately sold at
vannah at 11 1-2 cents per
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