' ' - ' . . . s", ; ' ' ' '
"OA 1 ' I I K'A-ir' iV' A 'sS7 ill -'-fv ' 'x-';v A...y.-K vC
B9 tmu) irun'E. J
SAUSDUltY, C.....TUESDAYtBEPTMDEB 23 182
VOL IX . ...NO 4M.
. rit f W (if r rM, M i
ttt teruaf Ik WMlrrs tmiiiiul Ull kraa UUr,4, u4
will krmtirr k m I
.. f a.Un a4 4 lilf jr I t !! Mir, If H
l'. .. ft. rrr nli k aw.tlM". m (Uo ura-
,mh f M Irtltw, Hfllll all ' M'4 ! a ,
ul to iwrirl at Su '' it" n 0 .l ak. vf
rr.U WW U? V nHit'Hiln'; Uf
.: Volet in the several - States.
i TW following article pay be useful
. ' There l no K!iiICl iubiect which
ouehi J eng?K " m,fta ne .P0P,e
": . ' -"1.-5. m . i
1)F -Virjfinu row AHnli.j,tms;jniin jne t
BMwlittnLtf their co&siifotioit. Thry
thit ifu'rpout nd hey will ere. Ioor bs
. called opoo to lelcct therefor, iuitable re
preMDOtivet. It hit occurred to us that
ai the elective privilege ti the grnd con
Bervstor of the rij;ht of U might be
well to prepare t brief .view of the rjuli-
fiction-aow. xequtred for vwere m thk
several ttatet of toe Union,
"our cidzem generally may bettei avail
themselves of the tight which experience
afford, it) the formation of their opinion
on ibis head,' end have accordingly done
ho. It will be' seen that Virginia atand
slone with her freehold qualification.
In J?ew llampsblre-evcry male inhab
3ant 3 1 years of age, three month in the
state students, paupers, fee. xcpted.
::s In MaIsachT)setr eitry
.(psupefs and persons under j;uardinhip
-excepted,) -one fear ' In th state and six
fie effetilbiieThavmiif pa
' two years, unless exempted therefrom by
. . .... In Rbode IslandNo onititu:ion--By.
cbirter of Charlri II. all freemen vote.
In Connecticut, every white male citizen
having a legal residence i for six montris,
with a freehold of seven dollar per bh j
num. and white males en roll in the
nnli'ia one year, or beint; exempt frm
military duty by law, having paid a stte
tax within the year, and n( good moral
InTermrht Every matt ofquief and
DeacenSle behavlourVonc rear in the state.
In N. Jersy All inhabitants 12 months
' resident or worth clear estate 01750 proc
Lin Pennsylvania Every freeman who
Ulnar -resweo- fw o y.er u,. ine. uate .ana
paid rtaxTand the son! of luch tetween
31 and 3 wttnoui me psymem oi a tax.
A In Mf viand AU free white males 2 1
" yeara"cf ageV b fng re sided one year in
the state, and tisTrnohths In the" county.
la .North iCarpJipsATI free men with' a
freehold of JO acres, and a residence ot
one -year for senators j and el) freemen
residents J. jnontbit hxinK paid .ue.
for members f the houe of common.
"li Sbulrfnaverf fiehitt:
citizen, having resided two years in the
-tate, with a-freehold of AtJ acresor lon
lot-possessed-lor. six, months $ or not
having such freehold, or lot, a t-esidence
.where he offers to vote and the payment
fa tax within the year of three shillings
sterling towards the support of the state
In. Georgia All citizens and inhabi
tantt, who have paid taxes required of
tbem, and rsaided aix months where they
In Louisiana Every Tree white male
citizen, residing therein one year, and
having natd a tax or being a Ireeholder.
In Kentucky Ail free white male cit
izens, two yean in the county where they
In Ohio Ever jwhite male inhabitant,
one year therein, and having paid a state
or county tax.
In Tennessee Every freeman an in
habitant of the state, if a freeholder, may
vote in the countv where the freehold
lies without being a resident thereof If
not possessed of a freehold he mutt have
resided six. months when he offers to vote
. n Missitiippl-Every free white male
person a year in the state, and ix months
in the county, serving in the militia or
paying a tax.
In Illinois white male inhabitants, alx
months in the state. ' y
In Missouri All free white male eiti-
zens, one year in the stale and ihree
months in the eountte
In Alabama Every white male of law
ful age having resided one year in the
atate, and three months in the colinly.
In Indiana AIL white mal&v.duies
one year in the atate.
In New York Every male citizen of
X lb 'age of St V eif fiUM jear in the state,
" and six mohtha.in the town or county
where be offers to vote, having paid a
tax within the year, or legally served as
a militiaman or fireman or labored upon
the public highways kc.
In Maine Every freeman before the
election students, paupers, etc. excep
In Vrieinia Flft icrei of unimoroved
,(nd la the county, or twenty five acresj
. f l.-i ' a' - m. a m. m
the count y whcrtviKe land lies provided
said land has been owned by him for six
sf ded-to himrw-rnmo br -maTrltge prtlht
. t nn imnrovcu.iut in any corpoaate town.
thereon. A person oning land at above,
in different toant.es, ' may vote in each
tounty for deleKatetr but'cao oqIt gie
one vote for a senator, or for a member
of ronton.: in the s.mo district
ICT1? In every -case votem re trfjutrrd
A, be . Citizens' r.tb.'lTjMicd.Si4tt by
i1"r-ftiiHH"-lgiMi'ffn- i . t
An Imported C'ew. The ship Alex
andcr, h., just brought for CoIT Pow
ell, of Philadelphia, an extraordinary
improved Durham short-horned Cow
which produced in England, as appears
by certiftcatf , 20 quarts of milk a day,
in June last, and . afforded from the
milk of seven days 19 1-2 lbs. avoirdu
pois of butter, and had continued to
give milk until the birth of her calf.
f'andalla, .'.Vnoi', jfuf. 1 1 .The town
of fialcm, at the Lead Mines in this State,
was commenced in 1826. We learn fr.dm
the Journal printed at that place,, that it
now has a population of near aeren huh-.dred:"Tnee-fe.Jocly.tlwj
warr houses, twenty-! wo porter 'cellars arid
grocerA jl goodly number of lawersand
yaicMus aud Keiieial .jywrtmerHf
houses and stores is 195: and 46 new
pUirdings are goin r un.-; There have bten
75 -steam boat and .33 keel boat arrivals
sinre 1st March. About ci$ht mitihnt
fiounit of lead were cxpnir'ed during the
yt-ar ending 1st of June last. "The popu
lution in the neitehborbood' of the Mines
is estimated at 1 0,000 Galena is nearly
300 miles N. N. W. from this place.
The Cincinnati Republican offers a bet
of JftlOUO that Jarkson will receive the
electoral vote of Ohfo ; g 1000 on the
electoral vote of Kentuckv; 81000 on
Indiana; and 83000 that he has a mujori
ty of the electoral votes of the U. States
The money to be lodged in the office of
Mr. Gilmore, exchange broker.
A" heavy "ihock-of an earthquake wis
felt a' Portland, (Mine). on the 14th ult.
af 10 (J'clof-k. P. M. The windows rattlrd.
and the houses were' shaken. "'.The
weather, at the time, was clear.
The entire dwelling cf a barber has
been discovered at Hercutdtietim. His
s hop, ttten t , - bene hes atoej e ven the
plnshichjere used for the coiffure of
- -The New York Stafttman sava. ' That
, ... ,. . ..,
a T s 1 UA a J a J a aV a a m
files of which have invaded our shores.
and driven hack the natives of our own
woods, is now, we hope, proscribed by
by universal consent, and will be exter
minated as soon as possible." ,
Mr Plant. The gardener of Trince
Leopold has lately succeeded in producing
the sir "plant, which was never before
known to flower in this country, with
flowers ss in China. The air plant has
the wonderful property of living wholly
on air, and is suspender! by tbe Chinese
from the eeilintrs in :heir rooms, which
re adorned by its beauty and ptr fumed
by its fragrance. London fiafter.
Sftond thlidhood i stated in the
Dosion rullc:in, that a lady in Monmouth,
state of Maine, now 88 years old, has had
within the last three years, a new set of
teeth, a new head of hair, and nets r yea....
beinir now able to read newapjpers with-
but spect acles, efter having btcu dcpiivcd
of sight for some time.
At the late term of the New-York
Court of Sessions, John Votey, sged 23,
was tried for assaulting his mother, aged
Jy ,eirt by pusMngnerigatnsrthe-waH
nd otherwise ill treating her. He plead
guilty to thav charge, and was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labour in the peni"
The Pendleton fS.'C.) Messenger an
jjoupcea the death of Jphrj. jy iUon EsqJ
htely swReprescntatiye in Uongress,! rom
South Carolina. He bad been in i health
for some time, but his death was suddco
AS OBLlGVfO EPISTLE.
Sir.- To avoid all proceedings unpleasant,
1 beg you will pay what la due i
If you do youll tbUgt m at present i
If yoo dont, then I must atit yaj
oi lami wim a nouve on it, neia lor me o
in fee simpl, qualify a man to vote . ti
Pamd at the firi$ Setno'nty th Canyreii
4!Lrt-Jhzinff tjiejfitailiihraenf of anji
- PMJjfaukLtfMi flt Peosacola
.A U enacted by the. aenajt mi iou of
rrfir.ettntfittvct the United Stye, if
omenta ii congreu aurmottd, Th,t the
Secretafy-of - Wa,. ber end he is -heveby,
authorized arid required to prbcurt,
soon as it can" be effected, on reasonable
termsy site for an Arsenal on tfte, waje-
of Mobile or Pensacola Days; and to esusV
jr w uccuicu proper, jor me sate
keeping of arms and munitions of war of
the United States, for the Mexican Gulf
frontier l and that for these purposes the
sum or tuty thousand dollm be, and the
same Is hereby appropriated.
Speaker .of the House of Representative
J. Q. CALHOUN,
Vice President of the United States, and
rreaiaentof the Senate.
Approved s 24 May, 1828
JOHN QUIVCT ADAMS
Ah Act to authorixe the Selection of laldi for
the benefit if a Seminary of Learning, in the
State of Alabama, instead of other lanus here.
BE it rnactrdby the tenate and haute ot
simcnw m .tanrem otumota, i hat the
TTust:nirflhe University t the State of
n ui i timer inr paici'is issuea lor
lection twelve, the North e4i. quner of
section seventctni the NotS east quarter
of siictiriiV twenty eigVththo'EasrfiaTT
i)f the North east quarter of section thir
i v frir, in Township four, -siie eleven
West, in the Huntsv:lle Lano District, and
to select a like quantity in lieu thereof,
of any of the public lands of the United
States, in said Smie) and that, on such
relinquishment being made by the Trus
tees ss aforesaid, patent shall Issue to the
purchasers from, the United States, of
sai'l hmla. or Heir assignees.
Approred: 24 May, 1828.
An Act to authorire the legislature of the State
of Illinois to tell and convey a part of the land
rest rrrd and granted to said State for the use
:of the Ohio Ssljnev - -
BE it enacted by the tenate and houte
qf repreifntativei of the United Stalet of
America is fOBreat tttiembUdt -That the-i
Legislature of the State of Illinois shall
be and ia hereby authorized and empow
ered to cause to be sold and conveyed in
urn manner, and on such terms and con
dkionv,. as said Lcitislature-ftball by law
direct, surh part or parts of the tract of
land reserved and. grantedJa ...Mid State,
for "(tie use' and in p'port of The Sajf Wwltv
known by the name of the Ohio S .line,
in the coufity of Gallatin, in the said State,
ml to apply the proceeds of .such sale to
;ynvi ,w P fl"' .UlWVVXIl Ifl.BUVM nCMSv l
bf JW hereafter dimt f Pide Thai
the Legislature shall not sell and convey
more than thirty thousand acres of the
land resrrved and granted for the use of
the Sine aforesaid
Approved : ?4 May. 1833.
An Act to aid the State of Ohio in extending
. in j Uijuni lanal ;rom Uaton to Ike Erie,
and frrant a quantity of land to said State
to aid in the construction of the Canals au
thoriaed by lat and making donations or
unus 10 ccnasn persona in Araansas I erniory
HE it enacted bu the tenate and houte
o rrfiretrntativrt of the United Statet of
America in Conret attembled, That there
lie, and is herrhr gran e-t to the State of
Onio, for the purpse of aiding said State
in extending the Muma Canal from Day
ton to Lake Erie, by the Maumee route, a
quantity .of land, equal to one half of five
sections in width, on each side of said
Canal, between Dayton and the Maumee
river, at the mouth of the Anglatze, so far
as the same shall be located through the.
public land,' and reserving-eactr alternate
section of the land unsold to the United
States, to be selected by the Commissioner
of the General Land OflV e, under the di
rection of the President of tbe United
States ; and which lnd, so reserved '.o the
United States, inattTior-be-sold forless
Ihsn two dollars and fifty cents per acre.
The said land, hereby-granted in the
Stste of Ohio, to be subject to tbe disposal
of the Legislature of said State, for the
purpose' aforesaid and too other : Ptovi
ded, Thar said canal, -wheav-eompletcd
fhall be, snd forever remain, a public
highVavV forthe use ofUbp Government
of the Vniteli "States't free" from an? 1611
or other charge, whatever, for any proper
ty of the United States, or persons in
their service, paasing through the same i
And firovldtd, also, That the extension of
the said Miami canal shall be commenced
within five years, and completed within
twenty years, or the State shall be bound
to pay tj the United Stales the amount of
any landa previously sold j and that the
title to purchasers, under the State, shall
XecSjnrf be it further enacted, That
ao Boon as thVrbutFof said 1anat shall be
roeatedrt nd egreewr-eakf-ehrte H
shall be the-doirof-the jQevernor thereof,
kateajfc fv aa' sV "i'tt''' Kl.aVae' wlafc
Km betnrlihall Re reafter be,'nutnor-
ized to superintend , the 'construction of
said canal, to examine, and ascertain the
particular lands to which 'the'aaidstate
will be entitled under the provisions ot
this act, and report the. same to the .Sec-
t --; " . '!- ..-..
"Sec. 3. Jrid be It further enacted, Thai
Pie State of Ohio,, under the authority ol
tie Legislature thereof, after the selec
lion shall have, been so made, ss afore-'
sUd, shslt have power to sell snd convey
the whole, or any part of said land, and
give a title, in fee simple, therefor to the
Sec. 4 And be it further enacted, That
the State of Indiana be, and hereby is au
thorized to convey and lelinquish (o the
State of Ohio, upon such terms as may be
agreed upon by said states, all! the right
and interest granted to the said State of
Indiana, lo any lands within the limits of
the State of Oi.ioj bv an act, entitled, M An
Act to grant a certain quantity of land to
the State of Indiana," for -.he purpose of
aiding said state in opening a canal, to
connect ih..aten.oM ahosh river with
those of Lake-Erie,'' approved on '"!
ecoftd-of Marchr one- thousand., eight
hundred and twenty-seven ft he -State) of
Ohjo to hold aaid land on the same con
dition Upon' which it was granted to the
State of Indiana, by ibjBlXt aforesaid.-
bed. 5. And belt Jurt her enacted, 1 hat
there br, and hereby is, granted to the
State of Ohio five hundred thousand acres
of the lands owned by the United Stales,
within the said state, to be selected as
hereinafter directed, for the purpose of
aiding the State of Ohio in the speedy
payment of the said debt, or the inter
est th-reon, which has heretofore been,
or which mny hereafter be, contracted by
said state, in the construction of the canals
within the same, undettaken under the
authority of the laws of said state now in
force, or that may hereafter be enacted
for the extension of canals now making;
which land, when selected, shall be dis
posed of by the Legislature of Ohio, for
that purpose, and no other j Provided,
The said canals, when completed or used,
shall be, and forever remain, public high
ways, for the use of the Government of
the United States, free from any' toll 'or
charge whatever; for any property of the
United State St or persons in their service
falsing along" the same : And provided
further, That the said CBn!s, already
commencedv shall be completer, in seven
years from the iprovarof. tbU.jcit.ot.heri.
wise the State ol Ohio shall stand bound
to pay over to the" United States the .
amount , which any lands, sold by hei,
the validity of the tittes derived front the
state by such sales, shall not be affected
by thit failure.
Sec 6. And be it further enacted, That
the selection of the land granted by the
fifth section of this act, may be made un
der the authority, and by the direction of
the Governor of the State of Ohio, of any
lands beloneinRtoihe United States with
in said State, which may at tbe time of se
lection be subject to entry at private sale,
and within two years from th approval of
this act : Provided, That, in the selection
of the lands hereby granted no lands ahall
be comprehended which have been re
served for the uss of the United States, is
alternate sections, in the grants hitherto
made, or which may bo made during the
present session of Congress, of land
. t a, a
within the said state, lor roads ana canait :
And provided, That all lands so selected
shall, by the Governor of said stste, be re
ported to the office of the Register of the
district in which the land lies, and no
lands shall be.diemed to be selected, un
til auch report be made and the lands so
selected shall be granted by tbe United
States to the State of Ohio.
Sec. 7. And be it further enacted. That
this act ahall take effect, piovided, the
Legislature of Ohio, at the first session
thereof, hereafter to commence, snaij ex1
press the assent of the state to the several
provisions and conditions hereof and un
less such expression of assent be made,
this set shall be wholly inoperative, ex
cept "Wfir as to authorixe the Owwroor
of Ohio to proceed in causing selections
of said land to" be made, previous to the
aU next esrio4,et
Sec. 8. And be it further enacted, That
each head of a family,, widow or aingle
man, over the age of twenty-one years,
actually settled on that part of the Terri
tory of Arkansas, which, by the first ar
tide of the treaty between tbe United
Stales and the Cherokee Indians, West of
the Mississippi, rstiftca the twent; -intra
day of May, one thousand eight huttdred
and twenty-eight, has ceased to be e part
of said Territory, who ahall remove from
such settlemet! a - wording to the provis
ions of thaMreaty-ehall huthorize" lo-
e nter-with 4 be-prop JUgUte-( the
Land Ofltciia. Arkatisaa.
. ' ' . '
V" f"J j ntft in that Terrt-' "
lory, the sale of which is authorised by '
law, and in conformity with the lines of
ibepuWio survey vL ay. iime j Vulda .
two years from the passage oTi his ctj
and upon presenting the certificate of '
such entry to, the Secretary of the Tea-
tier, or to nis, per or meir neirs. lor tn
lands so entered, as a donation from the
! i i ' . . - . . . . 1
United States, as an indemnity for tbe im
provements and losses of such settler oa-
der the aforesaid treaty. ' -". i
Sec. 9. And be it further enacted Thi"
the Reiiiiter and .Receiver of the Land
Offl e Jo which application mar Le mdtl'
to enter such lands, shall be authoiized ts.
take the proper testimony of. ruth (ftal
settlrment and subsequent jtmosaK as in
cases of pre emption "lieretofvie granted
o nctu l sellers, for which a reasonable
I compensation shall be made to sui n Re
KiMi-rs and receivers, by tbe vnttcd .
Stetes t . -, - - -i'-.'s i.S;:!..:
Approved 24 May, 1821 ,. ' " ,.:
' . li -
xa. sxaxn : ;,..V''': '
An Act to revive and continue ia force an ad
' were diaaBied lj'Vi". m&&jj' ""
BE it enacted bu the tenate and houte f
rrpretentaiivtt. of . the . United . State tf j:
America in Corgrett attembled. .Tht the
actV entSilea An air to prbvi"e"Torpe
sons who were disabled by known wound,
received in the Revolutionary wr,Tpaa-
sed on the tenth day of April one thousand .
eight hundred and six, and- iimtveti as ia --
said act declared, to the term of six years,
and afterwards reviveo and continued la
force for and during the term of .six
years, by an act, entitled u An act to re
vive and continue in force 1 An act to pro
vide for persons who. were disabled bjp'TT''
known wounds, received in the Revolu-
tionary wr, and for other purposes, pis
sed on the twenty fifth of Apiil, in the ".
year one thousand eight hundred and
twelve, and afterwarda revived and con
tinued .-in force fortbo terra of one years
by an act entitled An act to revive and
continue In force an ct, entitled Aw .act
to provide .foLperiorii
by known wounds, received in the Rro"
day of May, io-tbe year one thousand ..'Z.:
eight hundred and twcnty,"iind further re
vived andcoMinuctlitt Xotce for the 1e'rna"
of six years, by an act entitled A act t
revive and continue in roue Ar act tn4
pt.Plide.Ior persoSfc m:mti'iAj.,),
known -wounds, feceied in the Reydo- i
tionary .war," passed on the Jourth dy. of Z
February, in the jear one thousand eight ? "
hundred and twenty -Two, ibalt be, end ther
sil act It herby7T?lf d and cuonUesied
in full force and effect for end during the
term of aix years from and after tbe pas
sage of this act, and from thence unto tbe
end of the next session of Congress :
Provided, That any evidence which hae
been taken to support any claim of any
person disabled in the Revolutionary war,
under the authority of the act of fifteenth
May, one thousand eight hundred and:
twenty, reviving and continuing; in lore)
for one year " An act to provide for per
sons who were disabled by knowa wounds, .
received ip the Revolutionary war," shall
be reccivethand acted upon by the Secre
tary of War, in the "same manner as
said act was stilt in force, snd had not eX-
I'irrd ; And provided atto, That this act
end any thing contained in tbe act hereby
revived and continued In force, shall eot
be construed to repeal or make void the
fourth section of an act entitled M An act
concerning invalid pensions," pasted the
third of March, one thousand eight hm
dred and nineteen and the" said rotirU-
section of the said last mentioned .act....
shall be, and the same Is hereby declared
to be, and lo continue to be in full force
and effect ; any thing in the aaid act here
by revived and continued in force to the
'tdn'Stnt farther rwarfrrf.-That-
the right any person has, or hereafter
mar acquire, to receive a pension ia vir
tue of any law of the United States, shall .
be construed to commence at the tiose f
MMlJ.lu..ltl. lAillmnn.. hunu.ftt tA ttfeM
act hereby revived and continued in force.
Sec. i. And be'it further enacted, TkatT '
the aien:aIor the iMtmentof DensjotuL la . .. .
inyaaa pensioners oi me unueu is:esiji '
iuure be required to giveoonfla, with to "
.! . . at .
oi more sureties, to oe approvea ay the'
Secretary of the Department of VVart la
such penalty as he sfull direct for the
faithful discharge of ihe duties cftn&dxd. '
to them, rsspectively.
Approved : 24 lKa