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f, '. O II II IT E.
.11 IM NtMliluifi(Hralrw,iilll
i,.ru.a rf ia. lmw ia. an t.t. f n
' ,J ! I lrtHltlMtr,K a4
.--laaiWWfe , SfUSwwNl,tt atff. lwr-
W IM lOMfi MM all Sao ara m I. Mmilml
" aill M lMWtl M ISftjrtt IkiMunhftltinl .,k,M4 W
ma rk Hf r nHml ewanrt mini mi
J H aMItf" '"""' aMH s
Elnftrt Stairs' aatofl."-""
"JWied I A fYrsf .Ww tin .KM t'ffff
An Act In adMltloa ro. the act entitled Aa act
7ri4 m4 Fnkiba.4. m , iHt,1
to provide for tht sale of lands, conveyed to
"VL the Tnitrd'Btate fir certain ense Knd" for
i'v "of May,eifmee nunareu ana iwenty-iotir.
?? enact fd by the ornate and home
of rthrtitntathrt of the . United State oj
. America n eongret attemoiea, i hat in
all cm i where lands bare been, or ibi!)
hereafter be, conveyed to, or for the Uni
ted State for forts, arsenals, dockyards,
light-houses, or any like purpose, or In
, pay ment ttf debt due the United State,
which ahail oot bo uvrov or necessary lot
the purpose for which the were pur.
chased, or other' authorised purposefn
ahall be lawTuI for the President of the
United Slate to cause the same to be
old, for the price to be obtained, ana to
convey tht tame to the purchaser by
wrant or otherwise. , i. . .'.
See.'i. Jnd bt it further enacted, That
the Prealdent of the United State be u
.'thoiueH to procure theeen!of the Ie
giilatore of any State, within which
-- "purcbaie, of JuaA.hbrbta4uSnt
' dnck-yardi, and other needful butldine
.wlthoQt lucfi fbnsentjiaylna; been obtain
,edrod alio to obtain exclusire lepiila
'jkn'be?Vhjruchlracl ailaproTided fof
In the aUtoentb clause of the eighth iec
lion of the Crat article of the constitution j
and that be be authorized to procure the
Jjke consent and; exc l3We-eWtio-r
to all future parcbaU of Und for cither
of lhot purpose-.
See 3. Jnd le it further enacted, That
- the Prealdenref-tbe United State v in alJ
easel where land hare been conveyed for
the Unitd Stata i Wo or offl
be authorized to obtain from the
person or persons to whom the convey
ance has been made, a release of their in
ttrest to the United States.
, i . A. STEVENSON,
' ' Speaker of the House of ReprenenUtivet 1
; , J. ILjCALHOUN.,
wirw-iViee f resident of the fJnhrd States, awd
- - - " President of tba Bcnata.
- Apprvvedi 28 April H08.-
t' jotw twicer AD.iits-.r. !
A Act autboristne tbe Lepitlirtire Gotinctt f
rJorida to meet fo October instead of Deetm
- her j and repealing the p-ariao iathentih
: aectkm of the act entitled An act to amend
- an act for the establishment of a Territorial
... :xferiwnent.in FioruU, and for. other pur-,
. . poses V apnrorfdl ttvTbibe thirdr one tlwo
BEUZittaeted by the tenalt and haute
o : it. j n..i..
r: r Florid "insll begin jt nejit tession on-tne
V:. second Monday in l October instead of- De
cembcr, and annually thereafier on the
same day in the said month of October.
Sec. 2. Md be it further enacted, That
the proviso in the aixth section of the act
entitled " An act to amend An act for
the eatabli-ihmcnt of a Territorial Go
em ment in Fit ida and for ot her nur
posest approved March the third, one
thousand eight hundred and twenty-three,
ne, and the same is herebr, repealed:
VowM, That nothing herein eontained
shall be construed as approving anv act or
acta heretofore passed by the Legislative
Council of the Terntory of Florida.
I Sec. 3. And be it further enacted. That
! it snail be the dutv of the Governor and
! Legislative Council, at the nest session of
said Council, to divide said territory into
: thirteen election districts, in such manner
aito give (o each the same number of
ly may be, and to aecurt Weath dUiflct
an-equal representation t - and the -said
Governor and Council ahall have power,
from time to time, to alter and regulate
the aeveral districts in such
the increasing population of the territory
may require, .
the Judgea of the Superior Courts in said
Territory shall have power to order extra
l term of (aid Courts, or to adjourn them
" to any other time end. place when the
j public interest may require it, and when,
j from skkness or other cause, the Judges
f cannot, bold the regrrlat terms giving; 4 ie
notice of the same j and It ftha.II also be
n eltberM the District, when the Judge
of the district i absent, or prevented
from attending by sickness or other cause.
Approved, 28 April, 1828.
I?0R land sold by order of wriu of venditioni
. exponas for sale a this officer
llirne rtf.V.tla, 41
?JTlV 1 kind
' ItlLII llLi
mtwenbar, fratcful fur n
indneM hithertn tniiir.i i-
a . . .
ifwrn ma p.iuim, that all still occupies
... .c vi i. i r.n. i ai.iHKM r formerly kept
by her deceased husband, in the tovn ,if fltatea.
vile and hope to meet a'contlnuanca of Ha
jjiirongge. " ii2J
Mai ltai: " - "
i:Vn 11X tbe P"b,,c nral!y. that aht
J!iljLlu obened a JtO.IHDTA D UOTTXK.
on doer SMtrtWast eftbt r.pwcopal Church aif
v w.imii!c, KMre,ne m, prepMt.d. j. r(-eire
amj aeeommodata Trmtlttri and eVriin a
neat and ejrnt maimer.- .The dwelhaaa l,a
one formerly occupied by l)Mn JfiLu, aear.
Eiq. known bv la name of rtAm'r rrf.f Id
prosimity f0 ,e cirt How 'as well u the
M'ittcaa part ef the town, repdera Jt deseninr
oT tha auentton both of the gentlemen ot the
bar and others attendinr the eooeta. of the PUn.
tera and Country Merchants of this plaee. fthe
assures them thai noeipense nor eienkwi thall
be asntinjr an her part to render her house un.
eici piwrwble in every reptet i therefore, re
spectfully solicits a share of piiblie patrotiage.
. MAHY FKNNKU
N. n. Tint Ifraiae will ba eofwtur.tol l.
pcrintended for me by my brother. Mr. Dillon
Jordan aenr. late proprietor cf tbe Maiwon
There are very law and eommodimis stables
arid earriare hotNc appurtanant to the above
Boardine; House. M. f.
ft? Reata wilt be secured
. .1.. .1. II.. .1 r. .1 .
CLrlrMin. Norfolk nut
I'snr Augtuta Rtagts.
FaiHUvUlt, June 4. 1828 A1
T P.WAIMNC in the post-oftVe at Mnckmlle,
M. North Carolina, tbe la eUy f July, 1828.
Joel flanks John Kinnkk
Cearre Cook. -.y . John York . ..
William P. Cnlfendon Wiiiuun Maxell
, Thomu McNeely
Grunberry J)jon. 2
George Doolin .
. Jane. .ooua
T homas Rutledge
Barbara Iteid "
Auruttua I aylor
. 0. CARTER. , Jf.
thy. rofter ....
Thomas D. Ciblts
Levin Howid .
John C. Hawkins
Lucy Ann Jonea
LIST OF LETFEKS
REMAINING tn the pntfBce at Comsord,
North Carolina, the 1st davf July, 1828."
Jiihn H. Alexander
Abner ili eani
Charles F. Bloom
David BradihaW 2
Henj. F. Brown
IV m. Mc;ia.n
ChaHt s McCldUnd
Tobias HiHera .
Francis i. Nfeaal
- -.. Abram t. Pelt
-Mary Pickens .
r.l-r JolmT.Tt.irer -Eiekl.
Hev, John Robinson
DAVID STOItKK. P.M.
John M. Cochran
Nicv.Davis . J
4 Jamea Diokerson
John F. try
George A. Gray
John Gilliam .
Doct. S. S. Harris
Robert W. Ilarrii
ATrs Coroflnu, htdelt ttunty t
TN Equity t Heirs of Martin Walk, te. the real
1 " estate.' Pnmiant to an order of court made
at tlia lart term. I will aell,oo theSd Monday
August next, at the court-house in Statesville,
upon a credit of one year, taking bond Vritb ap
proved security, all that tract or parcel of laad,
lying in said county, on the waters of Rocky
CfeekTXdlolBlng the IsndTTrf-Loekr-Speeks
and others, the property of said Martin Walk,
dee'd. containing two hundred and twenty-two
acres, more or lest. JOHN MUSIIAT.c.m.e.
June TSm nnr ' " 5t26
t fl H8 mibacriber retuma Ills atncere thanks to
XT his friends attd the public, for the liberal
encouragement he has received In his line of
business since hit commencement in this place.
Havlne enlareed hia Establishment, and employ -
kd some additional hands, tether with hit own
unremitted attention, he Battel a himaell that he
will be able to gi ve general aiti action t4hoe
who may favour him with their work. . He keeps
constantly on hand, i
Viet, Mail Stage, life. ks?c,N
M. C. PHIFER.
Lincolnon, June 28, 1828. , -4t25 ,
N. B. Repairs of all kinds in his line Of be-
new dose witb ooatiieaa aod dospatdi.
;.. SALlsnUUY, N. C-J.TUIWMY,1 JULY
Wrh and Clock Maim anJJhmllert,
t;,;. C11ARI.0TTC; N. C. -1
1 ,B J.Ul "wived an elegant awi,f nt
m u, mi
aniclea in thru- liui hirk '.
sell very low fr cuh, or to punctul caatomra
on a errdit tp: Ad kinds of Watches reoiiret.
And aaitantrrfto perform well, . ' v
Juh 3tt 1828. v-vjiWi
Il'it 1 1 .1 10 ' linF huaine reauinng hia persona attention
f 1 Hlsboro Female Beminarv.1 "aw war wot be prepiredto
Win eommeoce on the 10th Instant
" - eaira ot rtmoi is rotUws. '
-.. MH.IHA J
Uoard can he obtint tn ih
bla families of tlie place, at glO per month, la.
v.,.. wrwun. wooo, canaiea, fcc. A Tew
Yotinr Ladif nu K umituwUi.i
cn in ine lamil? of the Inatructn-aaea.
3ti4 W. M. GHEEV, .
Lincolnton Female A'cad cm v
rpilE sinii-annual Eiaminatki of the younj
w v. iHti Hwuvuuan CKJQCQ oa uta lm
mnant. lite eserciara of the AiWUmv win k
resumed on the int Mtndau im Mm
the immediate care of Miaa Maau at it a, a 11
very eminently qualified to teach the rarija
11 auiuiranirt vrranrrtfHv,vnvH ipmlar
inf, tie. Terms of tuition 1 f . Wa
Hifti. r brandies; . . . ,glUperaaioa,
For tle lower claa," includinf Reaifing.Wri
tiny;, Arithmetic, lie. ft$ per aoaion.
Extra branches, . . . S glperaaaion
Boardinr may be procured In raMctabk fanv
ilies, from sis to eirtit ddlkra per ounth. .
vrJXltrtbZ f Mm.board.of tnt?-,, .
L . jxo. p. noir.Xvv.
Tf'OT reeerved from market, im'. fbr'adfe un
" itatialty cheap for cat ontr, at the baerl.
ber' s"re in Charlofe; a fresh and elegast as-
aortmrnt of ,
Dry Good, Grecerie$, fc?c.
eompriaing all artidrs usually kept in s VViety
ttore.""rt'ese' CbWir bTtfie li!tinmoru:
tions 1 and conaeqiently of the newest fashions
and moat approved patterns! and ihey vill be
dip-td of for eath, at the lovrat pnwible
prices. Please call, and examine : ihey rill be
tboWn; wilt, cheerfulness taaR who m wWi
to look at them, whether they want tn buvor not.
rharhtie, Mni 14, 1828. ."it21
To tie Public.
THE stibtcriber it now receivings larjetn;l
funeral aatortment of
Dry Goods, Cutlery, and Hardware,
of all descriptions, from.Ne wXork ancLPhiW.tel-
pliim, where tbey were aelected by himself. ith
care, and bought for cash, and which are offered
on the mot reasonable terms.- He will tell for
cath at the lowest pricea otherwise, oft tin.e.
Country Produce bought, at the highest Tiarkct
BHcet"r Arnmeements- are? mate"ta receive
Good, monthly, from the above named itaf.s;
which will keep op a (rood supply of Freali
Coods. Csllathis Store in Salttonry, aid rx
amine for yourselves JOHN MUKPHV.
N. B. 'Sugar, CofTee, Salt, Iron, Mo'se.
Rum; Wine, e'reneh Hramlv, ho. Iter Al4i for
ale. as above, JWini "osriwa'Pflaorirorfresh
fnim the proprietor in Philadelphia.-- - .
M19 8A. 1828. 13t28
' ' wlfrkf Salts;
BY vHue of sundry writa of (leri facias, rom
the wiprrior court of Wilkes county, hi me
directed, 1 will tell to the hTgheat bidder, atkhe
cmirt-housV ip Statesville,' on the third Monjbiy
of Anpuit next, two lots in the town of ?tajes
ville, whereon Robert Work, dee'd. lately lived
These lots adjoin the court-house aquare, and
have on tbem a large and commodjoua dwelling
how-f, for many years used at a house of Enter
tainment, a large dining room, a nnmber of
houses for boarders, a store-house, brick kitdi-
en. stables, a corn-house, 8tc. tec: levied on u
the property of the deviaeea of Robert Simonton,
dee'd., a.ul as the property ot tne heirs of Kobert
Abo. s tract of land adjoining the town af
Statesville. containing one thoutand acres, more
or le. whereof about 200 acres have been
cleared i there is mme valuable meadow, and
fo.ne rood unland on thia tract
an undivided tnare in aeveral tracts or
land in Iredell county, devited to Koberi
Worke bv Alexander Worke, decM, to wit:
the white house tract, and M?vr rl other tracts
near that place. And, alio, sundry other trncti
of land in Iredell county i thefe lands are all ta
ken as belonging to the heirs of Hubert Vt orke,
The whole wiU bejold tojajisfv severs judg-
ments inthe aaid auperiorriJ.Winteacoun.
ty, at the auit of Montford Stokes. Attendance
will be given : terma, cash. w 12-1 '
Paica a nr. JS' r- 't.uwr.uu. znj.
THE subscriber respectfully' informt the cit
ixens of Sahsbury, and the aurrounding
country, that he hai established a ? Jtimien
in laid town,' on Malrt.tree t fCWTdoo south
of the Court-House where he will be thankful
to receive any kind of work in hit line orbusineat. j
From a number of years experienct, in Europe
and America, he feels confident of being able to
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with any description tit Binding. -"
JMin Bwki made to order, after any pattern
fiiroiabed, on abort nptic,.and at priccs. which ,
no one can eomplatn of.w' r-l
fc ;t)M Boots' Rebound, eitlier' plain or brnamen
tal, on the most moderte terma. - All orden
from a diatanee. faithfully attended to. The pat-
ronage of the public is iKspetfuIiy aolioitedr by
their obt servt JOHM n. ub tAuiUKti.
BLANK BANK BONDS, .
f-the nea form w required, for sale at tbe
oflSCp of (ire Western esvoliritjts Salisbury.
15, 828. ..." "VOL. IX Zxh 4
Physic, Surgery Of aiidwifcry
I 7. , . r ? ulicitaiMma of
a miny 01 un inewu. ur. yfurmi 1 utau nai
at length determined to locate liimaelf In Lei
ineton, N. C. 1 tbouth be would retnectfull in.
firm bit friend and iboae eilieens tif Davidson
and the t?wlnihr eountle. y mr ba diino.
ti te fitor hint with tbelr patronage, that bar.
23, 1828. 4t2J
'fPIIISMawiber ha -lust eturne4 Irom the
k nonn, ana at toou an arsortment of '
. . ... ... .
jewelry, lVatchetSther.Varet Wc.
Hwsserer ofTered for rale in this placet his
eiry is or ma ateat importationa, and the
not; fml.MHiaLle sad elr rant kinds to be had in
m i nonntm viues 1 eiegant uoM and
ftilvet WaUhfii blain Do.i &c. tut. Aiul l .
few da; a, he wU) receive a very elegai.t aaaort
ent of MiUttn CW. Alto, all kimla of Xil.
wr." ur'' "'f constsntly on hand, or made to
order on short notice. Altofwl.trh win h &..1.1
flower than such goods were ever disposed of
!" in iuu piaca. 1... ...
The public are retpectfully invited to call and
examine thete goodsj their richneat, eleganee,
nd cbfapneta, cannot Lil uf pleaai nrthote wlio
wish to buy.
w iVvV-u t wk Krfmirrd. ami warranted
court-houte, on Main-atreet.
.CaA'Anry,.(iy?6. 1828. Id
driving to m.Kzr.mur.
T MflLL find k fo their S(!vanrage, tattop at
-ft - the
hTWJIGOXTJHIi, abere every con
venience's provided for M-tn and Horse, to mske
them comfort able, at the moderate rharge of 23
cents r day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the ase-of a good house, fire, water, ami
shelter- Attached to tbe Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread Shop and Confec
tionary, and t Houae for Hoarders snd l-odgert,
in a plain, cheap, wholeiome 'and c'ooifor
Fafrttevi.'U, lit, April, 1828.
CommUttd to tlc 3all
OK Wilkes county, a negro Boy, who says his
name, is RILL, belongs to. Exekiel Trot
man, of Atabawia, and ran away below Payette,
ville. He is 5 feet 8 or 9 Inches high,' well
made, ratbrr light complected, between 22 and
23 yeara old : no particular mark perceptible
on him. Hi owner ia rcnuetted to prove
property, pay charges, and take him away.
CHARLES PHELPS, .foi'for.
mr,W, Jl 30, 1828. - 18
Committed to tlyt Jail
OF DsvmImm county, a mullallo woman, who
s) 1 her name ia Catharine, and belongs to
William O. of Je(Teron county, Georgia, and
was raited in Charleston, 8. C, and aold as the
property of Jamea Gun; dfe'd. " She ia about
5TeeT brgh," rather kdrk ttiOllatto,"between
21 and 22 years old, no particular narkt per
ceptible on her, more than her face has the ap
pearance of being marked ith the tmall pox.
Her owner it requested tp comn forward, prove
property, pay charges, Si.d take her away, or
otherwise he sill be. dealt with .as -the. law di.
rects. . JOHN M. THOM AS, Jailor -
" U.tinpon, June 25n, 1 828. 21
-Hiram rl'uTnta rKstiite
SPECIAL letter of administration on the et
. tate tif HraAM TcasEa. deceased, having
been granted lb the subscriber, he hereby givea
notice to all pemn having demand, against
aaid estate to pri tent them properly suthen'ica-
ted within the time prearrib.d b ha, or Una
notice will be plead in bar of recover, and all
persons indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment.
HENRY D. TURNER, J(Pmr.
Jime tOM. 1828. 3t23
"VTOTtCE.-That on the 11th inrtant, my wife
il Ann, left my bed and board witliou any
provocation : th'n is therefore to forewarn all
persons from trutting her on my account as I
am determined not to pay any debta which she
mar Contract. JMES K. llcCAI.EII.
CubarrM Hunts, June 20M, 1828. 3t2J
Slate f .rth-('anlina, IJnctln tetinttf :
IS Equity; John lluton, S. Huwn, snd Mor
timer liuson.by their guardian, Eli Hoyl, vt.
John Friddle snd wife Marj-, snd Joseph Mc
Kinzie : Original bill. It spprsring to the tat
isfaction of lUe rourt that the defendants in the
above case retide out of the state; therefore,
ordered by court, that publication be made six
weeks mecetsively, in the Western Carolinian,
r... id rl-fciHhtnts'.o annear at bur next Superior
LinCoSii at the COtrrt-hotise In Lmcofiitons on the
4th Monday after the 4th Monday in Septemter
neithen and there to plead; answer or demur
tr tfimnlainant. else tbe aame will be taken pro
cfrmi, and heard ex parte. Witness John D. j
Hoke, Clerk and Master of said Court, at office,
the 4th Monday afier the 4th Monday of March,
1828, 6wt24 JNO. V. HOKE, C. JH. ft.
State f Xtrth-CanUna, Jtovan cuntyr
SUPER10H Court of Law, April term, A, D.
1828 : Jane Weaver . William Weaver i
.Edition, for Divorce. In this case.it appearing
te the tatittaction of the court that the defend-
. . :vKt.n, Ifiki. iat t, la thr-
aniianoian iiiiiuiiiu,h . . . f -
fore ordered by the court, that pnblicatioti beUiotnan Catholic question t)3s stirrecv
.. - . M i 1 I "a 1 ' . S?a I' .a a a a"'l
made in the Western Carolinan and RMeigb Star
Aw u vrrka. that be be and apneas beiora.the
mfige of our next Superior Court of Law to ber
delator tne county oi bowhii. m.wi.i-
House in Salisbury, on the secona Motroay niter
the fourth Monday in Set-temuer next, ami
plead, ahawef, or demur WMia peiiuon, otner
wise Judgment pro confetto will be entered,
and the petition be heard ex parte. 6wt23
Witnest,'!!. fiiles, Clerk of said Coort. at of.
lice, the 2d Monday after the 4th Mondajr in
' ' fir tf OCS l I
MtrcDa3. u.l; . nivttos, .v
flW.-JaCiM lleyker, Esq. tt this .
vicinity, asyt a Cnmnorrauurfe, r. pa
per, last aeavoti, clipped 40 -i Iba. of . 1'
00l off three of his merino sben.On .
SaiuftrMsff w-werrihdn k- nmnla -
of a fleece' of, twenty three'ani d ' fair " " r-
fioundt shorn from one of his flock thle V,
acakon. fto aampie waa the bneat wool
re? ever itw, and Measured tvetvt buhem ' i
long. . v ' ..- - , ' .;
Tht DritUh MbiUtu Is. it rmt. fa,, '
becoming Catholic. The heir to the)
pukedom-of Leeds, the Orawlson of tb -
friend of the venerable Tincknev of South
Carolina, hat just led the late Miaa Caton. .
now Lady Uervey, to (be altar. .
A monster of Shad, waa taken In Cm.
necticut river, lately, which weighed 17
pound and 7 ounce.
Mobility. An Adams. Drinl nro-aa ih
election of Messrs. Adam and Kuah, to
ibe two highest office in the countrw.
because they are ton of distinguished ,
men. Precisely the me reason would -
be urged under a monarchical rorern-'.
uiciii out repuDiican think there ihould
be no snrh ku. '
Bince the first of Piovember last, loerw
steam boat amvatflittVTARe turn rH
bet of departures at Wheeling, on the) '
Ohb river. .,; -, ."
Afattaehutettt in e bad wayBy a state--
ment of the Stale Treasurer of Messaehtr-- v
Mttairitappeiliilel 1Uoii'nteetltr;:: :
cash in the treasury was only 84,654.
i he J ressurer state, that without an
irnmediate supply, hej
duy be under the necessity of itoftfung
payment M ' ' . t. ,
Morgan ha lately been aeen scull
tie, writn a crow oar
lor an" oar.
'Fact! 'poo honor." Mid. Gat '
The following hnrmonhvi . hymf
Dials arc recorded inthe (Allcntowq,
Pa.) Fret Jen-Bothc : ' In Weal
Pcnn township, Mr. Win, Arner to
Miss Magalena Daubensyeck and ia
Landgrusehwatnm, Mr. George Bub
brnmcyerto Miss Layai Henninger.
An unmarried woman, negligent of
her person, has no occasion tn look
out for a ' husdand few gentlemen.
will elcct fadici For their wivea, " who
are not attentive to their graces..
' A married woman1 negligent of her - -H-ij.
person, and careless of - her charma r-
wilt oon weaken the respect yf,htr:i'ijf
husband, and become charmless in hi .
sight. No married woman ought tvtr j::: rTrJ
to be seen by her husband withaaoiU . .It.
Sownt handkerchief, or a tucket!
J ention to Lanntng tamuy. me, -r
family ot this statesman It waa car
ricd by a vote of 161' to"Jiv.-77--4i
: Margaret NiehoUou, who ' attcmp
ted t. stab the late king, died on the)
13th May, in Beihlem Hospital, aged
nearly 100 years.
London, May 11, 1828.
The State of parties in this country
of sin and sea-coal, is far from being
tranquil. The undiplomacy of Well
ington has offended the uU'ma-thule
tories his couduct on the retrenchment
matters, has astonished the whole gang
of sinccurists that perambulate tho
most fashionable streets of the metro
polis. It is considered atrocious in
his grace to indicate the least disposi
tion to any thing radical. The ultras
begin to look upon the good Arthur as
the revival of Canning.- The repeal
of the l est and Corporation acts has
filled with apprehensions all the gouty-
lords aftdshripsf who yetiflgrts
the remnants of a generation that ia..
rapidly passing away. - s
We arc to havcjyar.ia the.Kas
snd the merry faces such accounts
produce, is a satire on human nature.
Ifis thought by-Malthas and the pop
ulatioo men, that the world is too full,
and that a few years war would be
(.ne of the mps
could happen. The discussion of the
aoewtili the old embers of-prejudic
in this country. YoTmayt
it, that Ireland cannot long groan- ia
her .preseni condUipn
looks fair and encouraging. The lib - . '
eral sentiments of the age cannot be .
put down. The fethtm of Minerva,
.must be raised. N. T. Enquirer
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