Cve rs meeting convened I'jf th purpose of pro.
tratinfc the AdmiuUration of Mr. JeflVrson
(ikI in tlx winter of the same year, w fuel him
abandoning that party, tlmitmnci;! its view
ana principles and advocating th danferoue
doctrine that th recommendation of tlie preai.
dent compelled th enati if th United tHate
to art, and not dt&lertUt I To these objection,
y add, that Mr. Adams w educated and
Ccbooted In foreign court (which, has be th
boast tf bit friemU) a tutelage illjr calculated to
, Insplr a profound respect for the republican
limitation of our eouAtry i but on the contrary
' well adapted to Inculcate tb opinion that our
U hi. uii Uninuura. k weak and
- tMim,m and that th representative ofa free
' people .houldnot b pJie4 bfibe wdlof
v-.. ,MM-.na halieve that tb election of
..!.- i.,k. t h rwaWy will oromnt
;tbbertnterttof our country t w U lki
.it . 1. KU kaoac t And BoHtioal !n-
th rforlou controversy, which resulted in our
J-.TTf uUnuleaf V0'aV "tklm Ifl'TOStOTet Bg
jJUItog". thf" hlghest-erUe wf which j
,Cotintry couhi cower on aim i - w
ntiring from tbew ih lh Mtire ron6dence of
wnatttuent, ana wiusenne onwn
nrohitum. or a solitary reflection upon hi ia
i tegritf. w Bv area vow
eumles of our country whilst engaged in a war
with ruthte enemleA 1a tbie skua'ion, he It
-'eeeato display laWnt f tb ftrM ftW, end A
devotion to hie country, which induced dim to
' fik every tbinf deaf to him aa a oldicr and a
. patriot, to lie country. During the last
- presidential canvase, wo behold him witliin th
. teach of the high office Inth gift ti A great
i - ration no law of the republic waa to be nl-
wmA. met Clinv of the heart trt be outnrd. no
. 7 - . .. ' I' .L-
rrjidici of mankind to be hocked, at the re.
- v ception of it ( but he aubdoed the temptation,
aa h tubdued th foe of hie country, and re.
1Wm1 the offer with diedain. In wch a man,
U freeldent of the United SUtea, the people
' mey afety ConBdo Uie bA aeauniet oi ui
' .country. . .. " , .
Teur ewnnM'tae, therefore, beg leave to re
" "Cbmrnaod the following reaolutiona i
Htlved, That we coniider that emirac
'of policy punued by the preaent Admin
i ration, inimical to the beat interest
ti IhU country j-nd that we will me all
fair ant! honourable meant to prevent the
re-election of John Qtttney Adam
r' -Rfaowrff Tha repolnr -entire eonB
)deoce in tbe firtnneat, republic. n hone
" Ift and IntellifTnce or'Andrew Jkkioh,
:-it9 will oe eyery-M1. endeavour to
Id in promoting hii election to the prci
dene. -: Ilitotvtiv -Tbal -we JieartHy f pjw o r
the reaolutiona entered into hy the Jack
ion mcetinRt in Cabarrus and Lincoln, and
wilt cordially co-opejate with them in ih
ppointmcnt of delegate, to mret end
nominate candidate (or Elcc'or friendly
to the election of Andrew Jjckson as
- Prtldent thd John C. Calhoun a V'Ue
Rcolvtit, Therefore that Mj. Benja
min Mortow, CbarU AleKander. CqI
Evan Aleavi., ?ark, Emi. compose i
eon rftlif.i'" meet the Cabarrus and
Lin tola delegates, at this place, on Wed
lieadaf the S7th inal.
- - - Rttohid; That the delegates represen
tinejf this electoral district, -when thef
- thall have nominated a suitable person rs
v candidate for an elector, that they for
" rd his name to the Central J.ckaon
Committee at Rlrigh.
Thai Maj.-7ooathsn Harris,
Col. Wm B. Porter, 'he Re. itaac
Greer, Wm. Campbell, Esq. John Bar
tieti, cn Doctor Stephen Fox, Philemon
JuVri-., Ej. Thomas Bcrs, C.ptain
- Aw.. Cohurnr Peter-UapctCol. Daeid
Skhucs. Joseph .CUck wood. Eq. Wm, J,
,:.ilu)n Roberta Watot, Cpt. Srnue I
. Weacham,Chrlea G. Alexander, Jmcs
- P.- Rodger,-Robert -B. Parkv Dncr
James G. Porter, John Ingram, F..q
Capt. Darling Belk, IIuh McCain,
Thomas N. Alexander, Thofnat. Xorment,
vna i euir.o, mhi m. s. rants, cua
Abraham C. Labatt, Wm- FlennikJn, jr.
A AT SV mm "
tlenry Massy, r. John Weeks, Laq. Alex--siodrr
NeMr, Wm Tyron, Jonas Kudisill,
en- Isaac Frjsier, compose the commit
tee of correspondence and vigilance for
Ibe county of Mecklenburg.
Kftoived, That we adopt the central
: Jackson committee of vigilance and cor
respondence formed at Raleigh, on tbe
34th December, IS27.
Retolved, That the proceedings of this
meeting; be signed by (he chairman and
secretaries, and that copies thereof be
sent to the Editors of the Raleigh Star,
Worth Carolina Journal, Western Caroli
nian, aud Catawba Journal, for publica
tion . JOSEPH WILSON, Ch'n.
, Isaac Alexander, Sen. 7 ci
JUCXSOJf MEBTIJVV in LWCOUf,
" At a meeting of the citizens ot Lincoln ernm.
ty, friendly to the election of Gen. ,1nbr Jack
aoayon the 22d Fcbruaty, Msj. Daniel M. For.
pev was called to tbe chair, and Perry U.
Roberts apppotnted secretary. The chairman
being conducted to hie aeat, addreeaed the mee
ting in a mild and impressive style ( after which
it wm moved and seconded, that Col. John
Hoke, Col. John Zimmerman, Msj. Geo. HufT
man, slsj.- Cliu Alexander, and John D, Ho.ke,
aq be appointed a oommittee to draw up a
preamble and resolution expressive of the ob
'jectand sense of this meeting who accordingly
,,m -...fiffid, and.after an beneef a Arwtmnutea,
returned and made th following report t
- FfWsw CiA'iwst You ewmlitee appoirded
en your behalf, to draft a preamble and resolu
tions expreaaive of the sentiment of this mee-
ting, beg leave to report, that they behave the
good cause which we are supporting has been
ably and sufficiently set forth bv the many iimi
far meetings throughout our, state, and that a
lengthy and elaborate address would not only
not bo, generally rostd, but unnecessary en tbo
f.toe'n46..tkjoO." 8 7Z3 il to 4 AfCd
pot-l to tlm prtirnt a Jmms'rution
Kirt, became we were opposed to the rice
(ion of tlie present indimitent at the lt else,
tion, for ronton tliat have not been obvuted
line he has bean, by cnjrtu, placed in the
preMuential Chtir. .
Meton llt We believe John Quincy Adami
earn Into power, if not by intrigue, at lut
IfmioM the will of th fteat body of the people,
and by a violation of lint principle of repub
Ikcaniam, which bind the repreientative, in luch
eaeea, to vote SToeably to the will of his con
atituema. Ttiirdly that he ha aaaumed power diamet.
rieally opposed to that aacred ark of our politi.
eal safety, the constitution of the United States i
tUrrthr eitabflJilrfs? a danirereus precedent.
And fourthly i we do not believ that he poe
aesae that potitical integrity rfuisite in the
bi(rn itatkMi It occaptaa, - .
fhee Are A few of the many objection we
totf to the reflection of John Quincr' Adam'f.
Aad la antMiort of w rwrfefrtwe fW-Onerar
sckson, we 3I only AduTtLal w reTuducI
to give bins our wtflragw. becanee we believe
)h ts p-e km nettle qualiAed for tt hlthett
oflTci it the i(irt of th fMle.- That U has
ever tKachvgcd the variom puMio trusts con.
Ided i ilia, h)k diynity aa4 honorvavinciflg
the moat ardent natnotm and devotednes to
hi country. That beinr brouirht up amonir
tbe people, at the fire-sides of thoae yeomanry
who look to no end but the welfare and happi.
nest of our nation, and having waded throoifh
the various vfcitsitu.lre of time and fortune, he
poaaease a better knowledge of the genius of
the people than those who btve loiieii in uve
hixorie of wealth, bred artlie feet of king, and
nartaken of tbe splendor of foreign courts
't hat he ha not been one of those loud, boss'
inir, pretended patriot, whorry -mor putriae.
and at the same time are willing to sacrifice the
Jesreit rights, of our country i but that Ik has
it de'ence of his country' honor, wiffered all
that human n.itnre could bear. PowK-tHing
greitt mind, and elm-aid in the school of human
nature i born in a liine when simplicity of man.
nera adorned our country, he lived at a time that
tried ' soul." od disolayed a disposition
to maintain the eclaration of our Imlepen
dence hv Dilrin7 his blood in it defence i a rc
.volutionary patriot, and contemporary with the
father of our country providence seems io
have deucmeil him as the fart connecting link
between our beloved vVahmi on and the Pre
sident of a succeeding generation
'"ThercroreTff'0' thal we will use
eerf honorable" means in our power to
advance the interest of Gen. Andre
jMksonCu'ihTMiit presi'leniTal election;
RcrAvcd, that, whereas, we possess the
highest regard Tor the menu, integrity
and Datriomm of John C. Calbounr di
tional Legislature, the Cabinet, and the
honorable slstion he noworcupies; we
will aid in his: ye election as Vice Presi
Retolved, that we approve 6f the pro
ceedings of the Central J.ickoti Cumntil
tee of this state at Raleigh.
Jie$otved, that we accord with the reso
lution of the Cabarrus Jackson meeting,
1 wouutt oa-Jive del crates. I tube appointed
Charlotte, for the purpose of nominating
an electoral candidate.
lletotvcd, that it committee of vigilance
snd correspondence be appointed in nut
county. Signed, .THE CQM M1TTEE.
. . After the adoption of the above report,
the following gentlemen we're appointed
delegates In- behalf of our county ' Majj;
D. M. Forney, Larkin Stowe, Kq. Maj.
John MichaU D micl - Scagel, Esq; and
John D. Hoke, Esq.
The following gentlemen were named
as the committee of vigilance and corres
Col. John Hoke, Mnj. D M. Forney,
Vr WfBce; E,q. Mj. II Alexander, Col.
4 Dr Hoke; 61 .-JAhntitohertirlllair O.
HuffmAn," Miles, W, 4bernthy, Enq.. P.
0. Roberts, J. Torney, Esq. Mjj A. J.
M. prevupl, M. John Michal, J. F. 1
Tompkies, J. F.' Elliott, Capt. J. Green,
Captain J Gladden, Captain J. Robison,
Capt. M. Robeson, Col- P Hoke. Fred
crick Hoke. Esq Capt. D. Hoke, Thomas
Ward, J. D. Abcrn ithy, J. F Abernsthy,
G. Millijjan, Esq. Capt. T. Dandy. Ca,n
Herman, John joodon, Jcre. Gjodson,
H. Whitener, Jos. WiUon, jr. Cajjt. Henry
Rudisill, W. I). Abernathv, M. D. Aber
nathy, Jno. Neill, D. Zimmerman, J. Ar
ney, E.cj Larkin Stowe, Esq. Lerry
Stowe, L.. -Perkins, Capt. Warrf, Jesse
Robeson. J. 1'ionk, Em. Moses Robert;,,
Col. J. Zimmerman, D. Seagel. Esq.
J Reinhardt, Esq. M Summerrow, Capt
Whisinhont, Capt. Beam, H Killian, C.
Smith, Jno. Clay, M. C Phifer, Capt
Wilson. D. D. Whitener, M. Rudisill,
Capt. Ensly, Capt. M. Hull, Capi. Jno.
Hoke, V. Martin, Esq. G. D. Wilfong,
Gen. Shuford, J A. Ramsour, J. D Hoke,
II. Carpenter, CapL M. KebJerM. Hoyle,
A Hoke, D. WarUck, Esq W"m. Martin,
Esq. A. McAfee, Esq. Wm- Roberts, Wrn.
Graham, Arthur Patterson, Cjpu P. Bar.
rlringerLewia JDelhntfct, J. Iott, Wm.
Armstrong, L. Weaver, 1). Sullivan, Lli
Stare, Capt. L. Hafer, M. Sigman.
On motion of J. A. Ramsour, it waa re
solved, that the Editors of the Carolinian
and Star be requested to publisn the
foregoing proceedings in their papers.
. - ' D. M. FORNEY", CAr'n.
We have received the firat Number
ot the &authron. Dnnted At MUlefic,
John A. Jones. It - is printed in a
very handsome style, on an imperial
sheet; and the Editors say, "our
colours are; Americanaour signal,
free ate Tt3ht md th Ftderut
SJ C.ir.' -T. s Lfluwlng Afa tt
proceedinifi of the tl.legnut who met in Ctla
otte, on the Zfrli ull to nominate A candidate
for Elector in that (tie 3d) district. We learn
that Gen. t erwy wanomiiMitea wniout a dia
Sentlng vote. We akiicipate the happiest re.
ults from this nominiion. The high character
of the candidate, aflird an aaturarte of the
uoees of the Jacksue ticket in that district'
At a meeting of the delegates, in behalf
of the friend of I the election of AN
DREW JACKS03. as President or the
United States, and IOIIH C. CALflOUN,
as Vice-Presidenti from the counties of
Mecklenburtr. Lincoln and Cabarrus, held
in Charlotte, oof tbe " ?Cih February,
Charles Alaxandei, Esq, was Called to the
chair, and J. D. Uke appointed secretary.
Un motion of 4awori H. Alexsnder,
q. and seconded, the followine reiolu-
tloos were unanimously adopted i. V
Z$d?.hJf,. "'imiii'iciid ju the
people of the dial ol N, Carolinsi ueft. 1
r I - - - - - " l
PetmFtTKtrnM wldierof tht'ftTotuTrorr'
ary war a patriot, AOd imcersi friend ot,,'7V.
i. . n.?' . neit or no.
nis country At an timet, as elector lor me
district composed of the countietbf Meek-
lenburg, Lincoln and Cabarrus. '
Ktiotved, Thst LswsOD H. Alexander,
Esq. Major D. M. Forney, and Thos. B.
t. 1 ... tt . . . ." ... . i
Smart, Lsq. be appointed a committee to
draw up an atidress to the people of this
uisinci, in suppon oi Anurew jacrsoo.
NeiotvtJ, That these proceedings be
signed by the Chairman and Secretary,
and be transmitted by them to the Cor
responding Committee at Kelcigh j sod
that tbe Editors of the Catawba Journal,
V estern Carolinian, Raleigh Star, and all
others favorable la the election of Andrew
Jackson, be requested to publish the same.
CHARLES ALEXANDER, Ch't.
i. D. HoEE, Stcrrtarv
MAKCft litis. 1828 -
A Colonization Society Aas heen formed In
CTeertborooghrUnih"ord county,- jn this sis'e, T
similar to the one formed m thts town, tbe cotr
s i tut inn, and proceedings on the organization
of which, we published week before laaU- --
Gen. Jbraham PkiEpi, of Rockingham coun.
Iv, has been nominated aa a candidate for
Jackson EJccloriu Ibe 5th electoral. district of
-tluA-atate, composed of the counte of Stoke.
Hockitiirham, and CaawelL The convention of
delegate which made the nomination, assem
bled at Rockingham Court-house on the 26th
ult. ; Thorns Hearer, chairman ; Robt. Calla
way, ir and John F. Poindexter, secretsrie.
We have received the proceedings, and shall
publish them in our next.
Col. Jairph J. WiltiaM, o( Martin county, has
been nominated by a convention of delegate
from Martin, Bertie, Hertford and Northampton
coitntu r jrjfi't-iU: uifsrjrtr
Lockhart, of N0rtbatm, Dr. Isaac Pipkin, of
H(i, ana Col. Joaenh J Williams, of Mar
tin, ere put in nonunion before the conven
tion ( Col. Williams having received the majori
ty of vote, was declared the candidate.
XtJVSPJPEB FOR SAUL
.-. . J'h'-p"Pr'etor optb Petersburg Intelligen
cer. ofiVr that estahliahbent for sale. Pecunia
ry emnarrawnents have driven them .to this
measure, t he establiskment, we Should sup
pose, would be a desirakle one for a person in
clined to embark in the buines of publishing
a paper. There are slxiit 900 good subscrrlierj
to the paper! and the whole income of the
establishment, if pains w re liken to collect the
debts, tfould be about! 8,000 per annum t
while the eipenae. by apnident tnaiaeamenL
vvrm noi to dc narr max aura."
l . i t ,r.v .1 w
.injrm. i iic piooaaimy la, aa we nave
bctore ataied, that the psVsent session of Con
irreaa wilt be a pretraoeaj one; -As erlntlve bf
this observe that Mi. Hoyd, of Virginia, on
the 20th ult. called up tUe resolution for the
adjournment of both hours, on the 8th of April,
which he offered sometime since; but the
House refused to canst Jet tbe propoai tion, by a
vole of 102 to 68.
TAe Crtrki.K roeclignf more than 30i
.iiiies, took place in Ktw-York, on the 25th
ult. for devising meana t raiae conUibutionsJ
in clothing and proviaiens.
to acna to toe reiit-i
of the suffering and starving women and chil
dren of Greece. One lady gave glO down.
An extensive and destructive fire occurred in
the city of New.York, on tbe 70th ult. Build
intra and property, en Fletcher, Front, South,
and Fly -market streets, to vie value of 200,000
was destroyed. One man is said to have been
killed, while engaged as k fireman, in extin
guishing the flame
MA friend of peace" ia received, and shitl be
attended to in our next
Asri-CoraSno Money h Tnnese'.....The
Nashville papers quote N. Carolina bills A 2'0 per
cent, discount i Bouth-Carplina, J da t orgia,
4 to 5 do i Virginia, 1 do Kentucky do. lo to
Q per cent, diacodnti '
In this psper, wo hav conriuded Mr.
Fisher able and interesting Report on the es.
tabliabmtnt of Cotton and Woollen Manufacto.
riea, and on the growing: of 'Wool, in North
Carolina. We regret tbe ,ncesaity we have
labored under, of dividing the article, and dis.
persing it through four or five paper y but we
had no other sltemstive left i fbr, the reqiiisr
tions made on our column by ether subjects,
Wee o great, and ao urgent, that th apace we
were enabled to devote to any one subject wu
necessarily very limited, - .--- ' -
We-are aittlienaef tosiStt7fl if We "eled
tion of Commissioners of the town of Lexington,
Davidson countv, at which 21 votea were given
in, the sense of the voters wuaacejrUined on
the Preaidential question i and it appeared that
For Jackson, - 1
ll Ttnnffi r.A.I-At the tp0 of M. I
phis, (on the UUsissippi river) hi U Western j
district of Tenneasee, on the 2d ull., fltir sold i
at from 45 to 4.50 1 ftacsn, 6 tu 7i war, ;
Suprtm Cewrt. Th Supreme Court of this
state adjourned on Wednesday, tlte 37lh ult. af
ters session of nearly nine weeks. The Raleigh
Register, of the 4th iit. publishes a bst of in
ease decided at this termi below we have
given mil that had been carried up front this sec
tion of the state i .
Susanna John and other. . Kuganna Tickert
And others, from Rutherford. Order of refer,
enee and Decree of sale of the fiuncomb Urxli.
James Brvlges and other t. James Rotherford
and others from Rutherford. BUI diamUaed
with cost. . ..,: ,',
David if, Greenlee. Samuel Davidson, from
Burke. - Decree nf tlie Court below ai&rmcd
Robert bct-leea RoWt Btnure
ja ay s f irU!
Hry-HurM4if Adm .ksicbolAtv.jrM
, r.,M8mith Margaret Hooston,from Meek,
'Unburg. Decree for Complainant. ' ' -".'
John Smith' Ks'r. v. Aael Bharpe and other
rom Ired-n. Keterred to tne mrer.
A,.V W - omu Bagw.it, irom ireoe...
Bill dismised with Costa.
Jamoa Allen i. the Buncombe Turnpike Com.
pany, from Buncombe. Dill dismiaaed with
George Bird, Adra'r. Richard Lewis, from
Rutherford. Referred to the Clerk.
8arh Spencer . Jamea Greenlee's AdmV.
from Burke. Itefcrrrd to the Clerk and slioter
i'OMMoM uw caest.
. James Greenlee, appt. v, Willism Tate'a heirs,
from Burke. Judgement of the Court below
reversed, and that tlie grant to tbe petitioner's
ancestor be vacated.
Den on demise of McRae v. the Heirs of Phi.
ncaa Aka,tri,rtu,H McvtktciAnrg. Jutlgmeul
reverted and Judgment for one-third of tbe
land, upon the demise of tlie fern covert, and
her husband with costs.
Andrew Hoyle. appt. v. the heir of Mason
lluson, from Lincoln. . Judgment of the Court
below reversed. nd Judgment of partition.
Nathan Hamrirk v. Franci Horg.'appt. from
Rutherford.:: Judgment ot ih Court below re-;
versed, snd a new trial granted.
Lemuel Moore t. Joepb Moore, from Kutn-
erford. Judgment of the Superior Court
Lewis Ferreir adm'r. . Jamei Greenlee,
admr. appt.- from Burke. Judgment of the
Court below affirmed.
....Alphi r.Mwt S-..Jsmej McKsiry, frnra Guil
ford. Judirment of the Court below affirmed.
- A. Frew'a admr. v. Jamea Cowan, apptl from
Mecklenburg. Judgment that tbe appeal be
Thomas D. WsHs, sppt. . Iliomn Scott,
from Orange. Judgment of the Court that tbe
non-suit be set aside, and new trial granted. .
Josiah Turner . 8aml. Child, f.xr. appt, from
Ora'nm. Judrment of the Court below affirmed.
tu, K.-.Kit. am! Co. annts. v. Itichmondi
Pearson's Kir from Rowan. Judgment of tne
Superior Court affirmed upon thV writ of error, ,
and tha original Judgment reversed j
uU.nas Fo,,.. , t jhn I'llttraon. froraj
sjuncoanoc. wniiAjm v, uie vuirt tnat tois ,
cause be reoiaiulcu to tlie Court below for a
" State f. Archibald Johnston, from New Hano
ver. Judirment arrested
vcr. jumnnew arreu.
State JmpU Wr, from Cab.rrue. Judg. i
State v. Cook and Younger, from Surry.
L.1TEST FROM EUROPE.
By the arrival of the ship Birmingham at New-
Yota.trom Uverpooi,tne euitorsot tne Corn.' Daniel Webb, sen. in the 73d year of his age.- - '
menial Advertiaer have received English pa- In Chatham county, on the Q9th ult. very and
per to Ihe 8th of Jsnuiry." rienly, Mr. John Moring, jr. aged aliout 31.
The final refusal of the Porte to accept "vi'ng returned ! in. ths.e.vening fro HilUhriV
the intervention of hc Allier Pdw1rs in TrT!!?''
. . te, , - Jretired to bed at an early hour j about 11
the aftairtof Greece having been repeated! u, wifo ftinWngb.heArl a vin..
to the Arnbas'Va'dbrs.'afte an'exti'ioroini
ry meeting of the Diwin, itjippcars that
they demanded their paaaports which were
refused, and that thrv had left C i.mianti
nonlc on the 8ih Dec Mr. Stratford
Canning is stated lo have arrived at Cor
fn, and Mr. Ribeaupierre at Odessa:
Count uuillerninni hart
Sardinian vessel to
every preparation for war waa making, or
. ft,,,,.,,,!,,! , he makine. bv the
' diaosi.ior. iCtualIr hostile had
' ., '
We hsve received information from a
ource upon which we have the most im
licit reliance, that the Aiftu y angioma
t the latest dates, was dangerously ill,
nd that all hope of his living wss aban-
ned. The information is Irom a gen
man in London who has access to tbe
ghest sources of intormation. i ne pa
rs were not permitted to sliuae to :ne
illness of the King. A. a -r Teleqraih.
i An truri of a letter from iundon,
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iva ! " lora uoacnen ia auuui iu iiki i
.. , f J . . I L. S. .. kfl.il . A M.l.n . ; f
Lord Holland, long in the back ground, i
coming forward at last The ministry is
at loggerheada, as is well known.
talked of as inevitable.
A chsnge of ministry Aad taken place
DEATH OF GEA. BROWN.
IVathintton, Feb. 35. The painful du-
ehavolvefr uDon us of announcint? the
decease of Major-Genetal Jacob JBrovm
Commsnder in Chief of the Army of the
rjnb-Stati,-He ifjitetl at wVre.
illness oi inrec wr iuui wya K.vvw. j
general indisposition bf longer duration.
flnl. Ambrose if. Sevier has beeu elec
ted to Congress from Arkansss Territory
to supply the vacsncy occasioned by
ililU of tbo lion. 1!. W. Conw-y.
statilt fJ tPift,
iffff tit, Jan. 8 There waa a gooJ JrSmund
for Cutton lt w, tk the sales amount I014.4W
bag, of which 5'JO baga AncricaA were taken
Mrrtinirt tfikt Ptobl.ln Ibis week' Cartv
fiidan will be found the proceedings at meeting
of the ftiend of Cen Jackson in Lincoln Ami
Mecklenbure counties i ai4 the proceedings of
the Convention of delegate from the threw ,
counties composing the third electoral district.
at which Oen. Ftitr Tiney, of Lincoln, wa
nominated aa A candidate for Jackson elector'
in that district.
We are advised that the meeting to Charlotta
waa th Ufgest aatrinblag pf citizen ever be !
fore wimescd in that place i it is estimated ttiat - -
from eight to nine hundred prop! attended 1
white there were not to ewd hilrrl
friend of Mr. Adam attended lb Adminiatra-
tion meeting in that place on the Yl ult.
-ft must be gratifyirir t fhtt Wend of M;Z7'
iifin ifimt fa '-" '-r 'mmMimm : Lf9-
nf -fcinr whom they detitrtrt to honnr. Sn the old) f:
...I a AIaIa AkaaAta f sl --1.1 - fmtttt9
- . . v. . . . ..... - .
intl lirnuwvwinf v iMavni.mw'n-"'"v
msylft frtfHt taeaJted ttierTrwarisf'thv
Revolution, in which th youthful llereole .'
Liberty wu rocked, and cherished, until he waa
enabled to matte the enemies of freedom, and
achieve the independence of our country i and
it must be the more gratifying, because of the
untiring efforts of the enemies of Jackson, by
mean nf an active ftrefc, and the various art to
which political ereloti are so apt to revorV to
magnify the strength of th Administration, and
depreciate that of Gen. Jackson, in that county.
Rut tbe result of this meeting must remove all
doubts as to tbe strength of parties in MeckleA.
burn and the election in November neat, wiH
confound thoe designing persons who have
sedulously labored to impress upon an abused
community a belief that the cause of Jactom
and the Ptpt$ wu on tbe wan in that county.
Favtttevirit. Feh. 28.-Coon. 81 to 91 1 Beef.
fresh in market, 3 cents i Bacon, 6 to 8 1 peach)
hrmAy. An A . npU An 11 17 k four, mt
to 4 i5 1 Whiskey, 2J to 30.
Charlethn, Marth UUplaad cotton, 8) a lOJi
whiskey, 2J to 2i bagging. 42 inch, 22 to ii4
tugarL I2 tolSi molasw. 27 to 28 cent
bacon, t tor i apple brantfvl 25 lo 28 1 beeswsjrV
22 1 coffee, 17 o Hi hvaon tea, 100 to 110
Jamaica rom. 110 to 11 West lndiA do. 73
to 80. "North Carolina billerSl to 6 per eeut.
discount Georgia do. 1 to If. - - -f
Camdeii, forrA 1. Cotton, ordinary to mid-
dnhft' 8 Tfirtnl(W15t(rt0-nt, J to 9'f hit ttr"-y
good, 9 to 9 J i prime, 10 cents. ;
JnfUtt, Frb. 22.-Ctton, middling to JOj .... l.
prime lots, 91 to 10. Bacon, 7 to 9 whiskey,
58 UsJlt NortbCarobnA notes, per ceo U cits-
count. . .... t
' - r.Sr rottori fciflTto-t
baccu, passed. 5 a gT-refused, 3 S3 i corn.
1 a R2; bacon, 7 a i lard, 7 A It appl
brandy, 28 a 30 peach 70 a 75 cent.
CAerow. Feh. 29.-Cotton. 8 a 9.50 bacon 9
10 j flour 5 1 peach brandy 40 to 45 j apple do. 35
to 40 , whiskey 40 j pork 4 to 5 1 tallow 9 to 10.
AVw-lV. F.A. 27.-The transactiona in cm.
fan, from the 23d to the 30tn inciuaive compoaw
a lot of 130 hale Cub at 11 ets. short price
about 200 bale New-Orlesns at 10 a 12. pnn.
-V -' ""4 AWi W.U. Mr,UxU
and Alabamu at 9, 9), 9 5-8, 9, and 10 eta.
In Newhrrrv on the 19th utt. hy the Rt. Re.
John England, ni'hop of .Charleston, Robert
lonaldaon, Bv,., of New York, late of Fayette.
vij) 0 Jm Mf daughterof tho '
r.K.-... ..k-VfKtt k. R..
In Cabarrus county, on the 7th ult. by Bv.
Daniel tihercr, Mr. Eli Kherer, to Uiu Margaret
In this countv. on the 9th of Aitrist last, Mr.
aicaiing a aimciiny of rerpirauon, procrv i n-uua
him,he shnolc him several timr, bllj rWriving
no anawer, got up, lit a candle, returned to tbo
bed, and found that life wts totally eitinct.
A CAKD. P. Barrv returns his thanks to tho
ik. ci'ireni of KalMbun', for the very liberal
Plr:SoTfuTl1 and that he"cannot
take in applies"!, but as vacancies may occur.
.fore. 8A. HT?. 2; 06
BOOTS AND SnOES.
THE tobacribrr (who ia on both sides of the
Presidential Question) ha removed from
the ahop he formerly occupied, opposite tho
Rank, to the house of Thomas Allison, on south
side xf Main street, third house from the Court.
Hnus-1 where he hopes his former customer,
and others who want -
Boott and Shoes
made and repaired, will favor him with a call.
1'hofe who pay cash down for work, and don't
have to be dunned and warranted before they
pay, shall have a deduction made from tbe usual
urnca l aim tiivov w i.v imu umivww
and those who have been punctual ir
'..,: i,.,rnM. m. .
indulgence hereafter. . All who ewe tbesubacri., ,
1 I I f. - A I, L .U ...I
ber, are again asked to pay. '
SbtfaAury. March 7th, 1828. 05
ABM jUASIMS. K-
RESPKCTFULLY informs hi friend adl , f
the publx, that be haa commenced the .
In the town of Lexington, in tbe Shop formerl
occupied by Jacob Itibelin i and being furnuheJ
with the latest northern faahiona, b flatter
himself, from long experience in the businet. ,
that lie can execute any wbik, entrusted to hia
niw -witli nntneaa'sintl'ikfanatch. and on accosB
ttdditing terms. ' : '. :.....r
Xexin-in.3JIircA, 1828. 3l7 v f
r fl H E aubscrilierV ilnc-e biort llou in Lex
X" ingtonVTs fb? RehK "ft is iitOAtJfd 1mdl"""
ately on the north comer of the, Public Square,
and is one of the most eligible atands for Mor.
in the place. For terms, kc. apply to 0. I.
lioiuisaville, Rq. in Lexington, or to the suj;.
scribcr in Salisbury. SAMUCL LKMLV.