TUc f dicing item will show what were the
"list d in;s of the General Assembly of ibis state,
at its recent session : ; ,"
, . , ' COMMON'?. . - -v
Wcdtieifay, hn. 7. Mr. Kccles
presented a resolution in favor of John
MacUae, altering the time of repay.
State, one Tear TooEerTThlPlf: ewa
t ion- passed! the: . I lousejof 'Commons,
Kccles; from the committee oftnterhal
tioti was f calve J 'from' the Secretary
of the Treasury. and along time was
spent in cbnsideratioaof the bill rela
tive to the public lands in Tennessee. .
Fri'lay, Jan. 2. In the Bsnate,
Mr. Dickersoo laid on the table a state
ment, showing when the national debt
would be extinguished under the pre
sent system of paying it. oflT, and the
the buckle cf his belt which he were
round birnj added to these wounds.
he is aiHictcd with a spitting of blood.
So that the visitations of Providence
are manifol.!, and from the known in
firm state of his constitution, serious
apprehensions are entertained for his
f ' I
lionCortcuTred in; -Tnelill toTpFS?
vide for thenal settlement of execu
" Mors anil administrators, nitpostponedl
- pidennttciy. ... . " i.
it-fspbursday, Jan. 8. -.ThehUrallowihg
' comnensation to patrollers the. bill
V more effectually to punish persons who
:ettm'njtaedisoa others--the bill to
anil 'dthe practice of courts of equity
7thebfll for -the purpose of Collecting
Information relative to a penitentiary
'system and lunatic asylum-the bill
"repulating the appointment of . clerks
of coilnty courts and county attorniei
within this Statethe bill to amend
the 12th section of an act passed in
1811. supplementary to an ct concern-
cerning Internal Improvemeritsan3
the resolution feaaesting the1 President
yxwrrtff a rfetf hmcm of the 1 J. a. corps
r . 1 . .
lie. ' v - . )
der the system propose
dktubuliiiz a portion of the revenue
states) a resolution or Mr. Chandler i
tion of the military road from Mars-
hill to the mouth, of the Madawascqw
. r- ' r . -Li- 111
thrmiffh territOtV tMma W W lint-
- r - . . 4
ishs the bill to aUow an additional
' a ww
drawback on sugar refined mrthe u.
S; and exported, was passed j the biU
for the continuation of the t;umb?riand
road was passed j MtvXJhandler's resoi
lution for changingMhe law on the
suhiect of. Breed commissions in the
armvland !olishinff the office olMaj
Gen. in the army, was agreed to the
senate adjourned to Monday.
SUMMARY OP FOREIGN NBV -Fram
thr IT. S. i'elerrabh, ...
By the srrif al atNew Xork, of lU Ships
ColombWi from London, and tne Pharle
magne from Havre, English and French
naners to the 1st of Dvrember from lion-
have been received bf the Editors of the
ua per iKat c it ir . T h e n e w s f urcl she &
- of-Engineersj to4urvevv route Jor-a
;-Railnadt were wlefiriitchj postponed.
. :Pridatfi J ah 9 The 'ei'grai5ed-tll:t-
carrr into . enect jicoiHraci entered inig
by R. M'. SundersrcomihliMbner on the
part of the State, with certain Cherokee
Indians, was i ejected on its first reading
Saturday, Jin. 10 On motion of Mr.
A'yche. the bill to carry into effect the
contract entered into by R. M. baunders
with certain Cherokee Indians," wis re
considered; when it passed its second
reading, and was again rejected 46 to
43. A resolution of thanks to ihe Spea
ker for the maqner in which he had pre
tided w adopted, and the House ad-
-Toarrred. Wit di.
January 6th. The bill to regulate
the feci of clerks and ahenlT,-was.re-
Jtae3?hi. hill la :.i eyiye n act-pas
ineTection held by the
Philadelphia on the 5th and 6ih instant,
the folloin centlerneh weie elected
uirector lorme prcnoni year, viz t wkb
j ir.- .VtdnJ cf-pii;Um?nu.---Ttt friends of tie
! Administration show a ood deal of impatience .
! because the Senate of the U. S. are dilatory n
acting upon tome of the nominations of Mr.
Adams. The Prea'dent certainly has the right, '
and no doubt will eiercise it to itsfullest es-
Cant. Taylor, of thrprWateer Ftderil, cap-! enl,,T m."'.S nm'r.iona tu midnigiit of the
i th rf f k tum. hu r.nt. ! " day oi nia term j dui we tninic ne na no
... r . -J i p ... , ;r,., .,. i , r
Turner of the U. 8. aloop of war Erie, Snnotineea t r,6ur ""."p '"' mvmc e
i.!- . ix':i-:-4 : 4. i iiuiiiiiiaiiuna via ujc. oucai 1111 isict sec wiiPinpi
February, 3, m
at Cane- Fear Recorder.-with th View f .ma
king a representation of the taseto our govern
ment; We perceivfc'the, sailinjc master, of the.
privateer iiaa . arriyed at.ISew.York, and pro
ceeded on to Washington. The privateer haa
been carried, as a prize, into Pensacola. " We
shall now sooa hear what these privateeramen,
who are cnargru whm pimwnFn i uuk) tawu-
, Jr. Lewis t.ifmpier-j l nomas r.ecn amnnwi, mi wwr jm n
olas mddl,Tbdm8s Cad waHader Richard
van, John Hemphill, Manuel Lyre, raul Large Tumipt.-TSey are bragging m- ui
olina, George Hoffman of Maryland, Hose- three quartcrt I S3 inche.s in circumference ; 13
well L. Uoli of Marvland, Uobert Lenox iinchea in diameter. Hho can Dealitr
olriew lorn, uiiam o. Avar otew
York, ' Nathaniel Silhbee of Msssacha
setts. ; .-. ... . -. ;; , ';.
And at a meeting on the evefiing of the
6(h. N. Biddle, Esq. was unanimously re
elected President for the same period. ;
the new President will not make Lathers more to
their liktflg-i e have no desire to see the -present
ntastersoftheTeastliekr the platter be.
fore they leave the table. , 77
. South Pof. The bill to provide foran' tfr
ploring Expedition to the South Pole, passed
4bft,Hwse.of jri?PJ'eentatives on the I6h ult,
j The probability s, that it will become a lw. -
: TcculaVioo of the town of Mo'rganton
in Burke CQunty-thc birtscribroj
the manner in which bastard children
lhallbe legitimated ; the bill regarding
guardian bonds to be made payable to
feet) ocr in a particular manner, were
Wednesday Jan". 7. Mr. Iteinhardt
weTentcd iibUl tare peI i a "a c t passe d
in 182Gr to repeal an act in 1830, to
order the payment of fees to certain
officers therein named, so far as res
pects the county of Lincoln.
Thursday Jan. 8. Received from
the II mse of Commons,
- A large company of citizens of Ilar
risburgh. nd pauphiq county (Penn
sylvania) partook of a sumptuous din
ner in comtDemoratioQ of the glorious
8ih January. 1815, The follewiog
we End amoog the regular toasts ;
The Memory of Ms. Jackson the
am'uble wife of the slandered hero.
remains, but her ' virtaei will shine m
'ii- i l.. .1.4
iW-SLWi nearlv . rhonth ,!tr Dn'"MI Put" wuco
' V '. . . - l. 1 .l'i.ii-M--ar-IaattQ the mirnnrv o
man that OT toe late rnntucitjLz:zi z "
jfairi of the ar. The story of 30,
OOa Turks bein j killed before ShumWis
hot confirmed. - .r--.....p. ,
The Emneror Nicholas arrived at St.
Petersburgh on the 23th October, and
was received with great parade.
16 the tsr. of November. ,1 he most- ac
tive preparations were making for a rig
orous prosecution of tho war, Accounts
from Alexandria mention, that 100,000
ardeles of corn had been purchased in
Egypt, for the service of ihe Sultan, and
were tone forwarded with all possible ex
pediiion to Constantinople. Owing to
the blockade of the Djrdanella by the
rvussfans, the corn was to be forwarded in
transports to omyrna.
The Circular of the Russia. Admirat
Harden, announcing tbe blockade, is da
Th on of-Iteahlnf Fach has arrived
in ram. r
RuuiaLht nipprejts'Motherof Rus
sia, died suddenly at Su-Peteraburgb, in
the beginning ol November.-Uer muu
ence ovef the Russian cibinet was said to
be verr-rat,-and she irasrit is ftho said.
la-XiVor nf pcace Some ibe European I
man. " -
P.jTHtii relates that a vouncr man who
was in torture from havioc thrust his
hand twice into a bed of coals ex
perieftced immediate relief f rom plun g
irig them" into a pot of tan -His hands
healed free frorri scars. There is a
famous burn salve made in Philadcl
phia" which"hals without leaving
scar, one ingredient of which is be
licved to be tar.
Central Sank 6 Georgia. This institu
tion, incorporated at the late session ol the
Georgia legislature, to a foe concern, to
all -intents and -purposes. Many, very
man? of the people thought it was to
bring relief, lo them to remedy the hard
times -buk it seems they are mistaken ;
for the editor of.the ueorgia Journal, mr.
Camaky who is President of the Bank,
tells his, subscribers; not to flatter thenv
selves with any such, vain hone, for the
bank will be very circumspect in making
discounts. The AliUedgeville Statesman
says there was much difficulty in making
choke of a f resident of the uank t the
directors balloted teveral day$ i during
self, without making an election -finally,
thev 'drew ttraxu i and the office fell
ffpWjMTrOamaky Uoraa aforesaid.
Journajk hint that she-was poisoned
The Ctar arrived at St. Petersburg on
A leiter from Frankford mentioni the
'exlsience of a Treaty of alliance' between-
Russia and rrossn aa no longc doubtful,
and adds, that according to the Stipulations
of said treaty, 100 000 Prussians will en-
I ter the kingdom of Poland upon the first
movement of the Polish armv to nroceed
a message, bevQ. the from.
proposing to appoint a select joint ; Ruitia and SveJen.-Tbc Crar and
committee of three persons oo the part Bernadotte have resolved to form a new
of each House, immediately to confer 1 convent io-f miyt-4(o. 4oont the
From Hit Boston Statesman.
A few davs since we mentioned
fact, 1 that sedistiftguVshedfedejal
ger.tlemen, Mr. H. 0. O is, and others
had written to Jfji n Q. Adams, res
TMxUBff hiaxharge. again st .the federa
, . - . i
Tirrtv- At lew-4;nBlana oi a oesip;n xo
Tmrtta--long letter in -reply, to sub-
stantte his charge; - The public; cu
riosity. will be much excited on this
subject Weu. long uaceLloe.cpnres
poinfJulilJagarthat it will sooo be
upon the subject of the Finances of the
State which was concurred in. Mess
Spaiijht, Davidson, and Thompson
from tne senate, were name'd as
this committee. The bill for the re
lief of Insolvent debtors under State
prosecutions, was indefinitely postpon
ed, v motion of Mr. Meares.
J-riJay, Jan 9. M. Wellhorn presen
treaty of Frederichamm shall be made.
Greece. The last Cstle of the Morea,
was evacuated by the Turks. But noth
ing iid ofihe return of ihe. French
troops on the contrary, it was reported,
the army was to be increased to 35,000.
Siai. The. fever still prevaila at
and neir Go altar.
Portugal The usurper Miguel is by
no means secure in his ill gotten powe
. - j ..lit ....... n . a t r aaa :.. T .
-yny parts cfhi, k.ngdom, and even
ble, without day; as was also the bill o wi.hinTen leiguos of Uboo.The coVn
Wrr,te (he notes of the several bank, , u io tlirn)t Dj 0 he Cabj f
iq inia ataie. a no dui io reserve a ccr pur) j-
tain portion ooe.enaant s lands :rom ;Por f mtichtmt ,re said to be
exe.unon. was mdefinurly poMp .ncd. 1 prur) t Madeira.
Qtiruraay, j. iw mr crenite met; t.
the sublect in Congress, have reported thai it is .
Inexpedient to interfere, by legislative enact
ment, ith the present arrangement of Irani.
Wm. Gad, of Montgomery tounty MrTCuf.
peper olTered a reaolution in Congrea 20tt uH.
for placing Wm. Gad, of Montgomery county,
ttevoiuuonary loiuier, oii.uie pension list. ;
-Maine.' Peleg Sprague, Bo win the House of
Representatives, -has been elected by the legiilt.
tare if Maine a Senator in tongreas from that
state, for six .yeara from the 4th March next,
when Mr. Chandler's term w!l expire.
John Holmes baa Beta elected to the aanse
HBce,1ii place of Judge Tarivrestghedi
Supreme. Ceurt U. S.On Monday, 19th ult.
Judge Duval having arrived, jh supreme conn
formed a Quorum, and opened court. Monday,
the 12th, was the constitutional time of opening
the court i but owing to the absence of a major-;
ity of the Judged, those , preaent had to atljouni
from day to day, till the 19th.
; Js. sheet iron steam boat has commenced run.
thJClibfoot and tlarlpw's Creek. Canal j she is
60 feet tong, 15 feet wide, anoTaraws oiilf nk
f -The - antUluelliDg !iiw;iuUuii if SavanMh
Tn4be House of Commoni, Jan.:.th, the bill j , duel, ner Auguataa few days
directing a prosecution against the Stole Bank r-;""
have rerjueated Gov. Forsvth to demand the
person of zviaj. iiopxtn, who killed CpL Nixuu
for the purpose of ratifying' the bills
seems too that Don Miguel Is In bad
health he has a constant fever, vomits
c had been ordered ta be enrolled, , bUod..nd ft!U int0 pm,. H- u
Md, alter bdopting the usual resolu'.lori of
thanks to the Speaker lor the manner in
which be had presided, adjauioed aiaa die.
been thrown, his thigh brolen, and Mr
Frm i &r.-Tha first etnediuon
of Turkish trmsports from the Morea,
has reached Alexandria. In the Mores it
self, all is quiet, with the exception of s
fe w Hiafaudert who harass the straggling
W A vessel of TO gunV.'uirf al
Vmiee for the PK of Egypt, has ull
ed from tbstfor Alexandria, accompanied
by twoaloops of war that came from Egypt
io serve as a convy to her.
The Usurper Miguel has broken his
thigh the Portuguese Liberals per.
haps regret that it wss not his neck.
Jsmdon, Yav. 26 Dpaichcs
were received y esterday from Lisbon,
aaieu we 13th mst. t regret to
hnd that Don Miguel is much worse
than the first accounts led us to expect
WednrrhfrDrr ii-. In Senate J
est was Jone this day. In the ifoiise
alter prcssnianon ol petitions, raports
from committees, and the receipt ol
coramooications from the Departments,
the b,ill Tor the occupation ol the Ore
gon territory was taken up, and occu
pied the attention of the house till its
Monday, Jan, 5. The Senate was
engaged, with closed doors of course.
re uly all day in the consideration of
Executive business divers petitions,
memorials, reports of committees,
Ic. were received, and acted on
mosuy oi a iocbi anu pnvaie uatarerl several or his ribs are broken, the
In the House, a large number of peti- fracture rf his thigh is a compound one
ttonvFtrc prscf.tedt a cemmuntca-jand his body has been wounded byj
'Afaifin fare.Qii the rrivs! a! Doyles
town (PennSvlvshiaT of the ay mail from
PhUadeTphta to Emtomit-waadiscovercd
to be on fire. It was unlocked iramedi
atelv and the fire extinguished. Some
of the letter packages were nearly con
sumed, so much so as make it impossibli
io decvDher their contenta. It it believed
the fire was communicated from a sega
rhilst the mail was changing at the Hor
sham post office. Penn. Intel.
The Market Letters from New
York, since the last arrivals from Ku
npe, in the Carolina Observer, say
that Fayeteville Wheat was worth 8 1
70, and though the market was unset
tled, it was expected that there would
be a gradual rise in Wheat and Flour.
N. C. Cott m was 9 1-4 to 10 1-4 cents
at New York, and a slight decline ex
pected, in consequence of the unfavor
ahle accouqts f r o m Eu ropje .
Iq England, in consequence of the
high prices, the duty on wheat was
(for the'time) doTy" f shitting per" quari
ter of 8 bushels ; and on flour 7 1-2
pence per bbl. Flour was 49 to 52s.
perbbl. equal to gll a gll 5Q.- The
heavy stock on hand would soon re
only, and regulating the proceeding therein,
and to restore and preaerve the character of the
circulating medium of the State, waa rejected
oaiUtMrd Xfadinjj s those who voted in fav6f
of the biin-were- -
Mesxra. Alexander, Allison, Bass, Battle, Hate-
man, Blackwood, Bogle, Boykin. Branch, B. 8.
Brittain, M. Brittain, Brooks, Bvnum. Bvrum,
Clement,, toaper. Davenport, Dozier, F.dmon
aton, Fisher, Fleming, Gary, Uamplon, lludgea.
Jasper, D. Latham, Lijly, Martin, Montgomery,
G. T. Moore, A-C. Moore, Mhoonr Morns,
M'Neill, M'Lane, Pierce, Pool, Potter, Kiddick,
Rogers, Rogerson, Saintclair, Shipp, N. O.
Smith. T. B- Smitlu J. Smith, Stedman, Stock-
ard. Stvron. Underwood, Vail, Wadaworth, Wat-
i .ju.LL.ii;.i..i.. in..l.. a v;u:..
ion, 4, lTcroinw"mw,J. ihmwii,.
Wilkinaon. and Wilson 59.
Those who voted against the bill, were Messrs.
Alford, Barnhardt, Betbell, Blackledge, Borden,
RoxiwuuJDrvaiV Callaway, Clavton, Cox, Dick
insOn, Foy, Gastoc, GUle?ie; CaKaitirGfegoTr,
HancocK, iUrper, I tester, w. n. jones, ii. -u:
Jonea, . W. rjonca, hendaimerp, lju-kma. T.
M'Neill, - Nash, I Nelwn, NewlamU : Nicholson,
Pureell, RaineV, Khodaa, Ru ma, Sharped L. TL
Simmons, Simpson, Spruill, Stephens, .Swain,
TysonrKr VVarMeH, A.. WadJelL J. Walker, B.
WalkaivILWalker Ward, T.Webbt Wh'ttakef,
Wilder, B. WiHiamt, Wright and Wyche 58.
The Speaker voting in the minority, the
question, of cpurte, was decided in the negative.
So the bill was rejected. " .
-Next dsr, the lame bill, or one umiTar to it,
was introduced in the Sena'e by Mr. Alexin-
der; which was Tejeicted on l ftm reading
29 to 28.
Those who voted for the passage of the bill,
are Messrs. Alexander, Askew of Bertie, Askew
of Hertford, Beaslv, Belt, Burgin. Croom, Da
venoort. Franklin of IredflU Franklin of Surry.
Ilarrell. Uonard, M'srland, M'lnnia, M'Neill.
Marshall. Matthewa, Parker, Pattenon, Ramsey,
Rrinbarflt, RiA'.ick. RoyaL Scott, Smith or Da
vidaoo, Shulurd, Walton and Williams of Martin.
Those who voted against ita passage, are
llesri. Bsilv, Boddie, Brodnax, Burney, Uu-n.,
Darklun. Davit, Debet ry, Gray, llinton. Hunt,
Jiner, Ive, M'Daniel, M'Dearmid. M'Dowell,
Mearet, Mebane. Milljcr, Pugh. Ituffin. Smith of
Peraon, Smiber. Rpaiirht, lhomron, narvl.
Wellborn, William of Be'ifnrt and Wbon
It is predicted thaLDanicLYYcbster
will be one of the new Cabinet t about
three months ago we heard from the
same qimter-thav lr. Adams would
b ! lciident.Dget
Jaxkswrcgulsrfe.hja own affairs, , . J
A voman residing' in " Elbridge
street New-York, fell into the fire, in a
stale of intoxication, on Friday eve
ning, and was burnt to death.
It appeari that the member! of the
legislature of Ohio, belong to the fol
lowing occupations : 34 farmers, 23
attorneys, 9 merchants, 5 physicians,
3 printers, 3 manufacturers, 3 inn
keepers, 2 tanners and curriers, S me
chanics, 1 founder, 1 watch maker, 1
Cutler, 1 drover, 1 carpenter, 1 distil
ler, 1 druggist, and 1 blank.
Vi e nnderaishd tht 4 he dwelling house
orThos. B. Wright, Esq. Sheriff of Surry
county, was entirely destroyed by fire a
fe w-ibia .airkc JWxdjh s.lD.QthtPK..?tl5.
saved from the flames but. a bureau and
desk, containing some of Mr. Wright's
papers t evea the wearing apparel of the
occupant waa lost.- How the fire origin'
ated we did not learo - Salem Gleaner.
Col. Mxon. The Augusta Courier of
the 19th ult. says: " We are informed,
that measures are in preparation to bring
the actors in a late tragic scene in our
suited laws. Our Governor will be called
upon to demand the delinquents of the
Executive of South Carolina." The du
el between ixon and i ropklns J
Yew-JV. Charles F Diidley has been elee.
ted by the legislature of this state a senator in
Congress, in place cf Gov. Van Buren. William
L Marcy, Comptroller of the State, wss elected
a Judge of the Supreme Court, in place of
Judge Wood worth, resigned. And Daniel
Motcly, Esq. of Onondaga county, has been
elerted a Judge of -the CircuftCmirt, in place
of Coos T. Throop, elected l.jeut,Uov. V-
AVwTiirl-. Ull veurls arrived in the port
of New Yorkr from foreign countries, beides
great numbers of coaMing vessels, dtinng the
year 1328: the veuela brought 19,01) for.
eigrters as paaengera
Mr, ft. K. Mue, na published, in the
Greemboro' paper i ('e lI n accOjnt of
an attempt to rob and murder him, while tra.
veiling frora.TcnneeeAthrough the mountains
in A die county, in this stated near New River".
Just at twilight, in the evening, he was tWried
by a footman, polled down from Lis horsed and
slabbed with dirk, he at the same- moment
drawW Wdlrfcand stabbing ,tb robber io the
Hie following. later ii from the Post-Mater
Ornrral to post master hi Connecticut i it msy
be of use to mail epmraetonr r
trathington, Dee. 10, 1828.
" Sir ; The metl muu noiin any ca
whatever be in ihe cuslooTrrTpriJ
person. If a co!oed person is employed
toJifl.tbe mail from the stage into the
posf office, "it docs not passT.ttb his custo
dy;but the labor is peVrormed in -lot
rpresetice and nvder-Uieammedialediret-
tions' of the white person who has it n
custody ; but if a colored person takes i!
from a tavern and carries :t himself to
the post office, it is contrary to thrliv
I sm very respectfully, ynur ohef
servsnt, JOHN M'LEAN"
A Maalcliosetti paper, mt nti msaman who"
name rea'ls the wm backwards and forrardi
It is ESUOM MORSE. We know a ladv who
name reads in the same way. Carnkn '.
And we know a man (and well may e knot
bim, lor he was the companion of our lovhiod
whose name w KLADS1T Tl3D4LE...wliM-b al
reads the same either wav. Wheo the imp
tant business of naming the child rameon h'
diacuasioi in the family, it wss fmind the fath
and mother d.lTerrd w'nlelv i" their choice of
conoroen....tlie liu-baml initt-d it s'iool.1 t
tXtiittr and the wife declared it should r
without a name, unless it was cal.rn n I'-nf
Here ma'ters rested for many monthi; alien
familiar relative in the family, rather than in
bUlould- grow tip itnbleed Willi a na-w
and thriatening, throtigb the obIiiicy
mrenta. nronnsrd a Cjmiromt. bv
i i i .
neither nartr would vicld any Ihine a' to
ian; it waa thin that no tie nt): t'tM ?
given the boy, but that he should be cs1rT
his patrommick, rend back-teaiJi : ti '' '3
partis mtaeoledi aui the c.hild. Wit ever i'f
bowewho feRrlwauAwWtken,CnL 1001 ; il -oniBv-..
iltuiliyr.r rrs-m- wr wmhwahr 4iwt married - in A ottbXaCoi UU lAM.
mounted bis Wse,'"ahJViff,1-wTnB pries) flke.Jtcenje. Jjlte, qr K'
mornine. he, with a number of the reighbov.
repaired to the spot where they discovered
blood, and other signi which Indicated that the
robber had been killed, anJ carried o(T.
rhilantrtpie Liberahtg.Tht Rev. Thomas
P. Hunt, lite of Virginia, but now Pastor of the
Preibyter'ian church in Raleigh, is ah ut libera
ting, with the view cf aending them to the
America colony of free- blacks, in Africa, 18
alma, all the property of that description be
OrrfM. Mr. Floyd's project of etahlili'mg a
colony at the mouth of tne Coljmbia, or Oregon
river, has been rejected in tit House of Repi-e-eentatives,
aer an s Jpia? l ts-usi!on of arnie
The I ranklio (I'enOiylratiia,) Hej
lican says: "They have to pay fourK
Iirs for - the liberi y of ctiing marrtf i 'r
Maryland; in Bjliimore, lone, ll e,r
thik tax amounted to R3.376. by n.
fleece the " dear lambs" little for eourim
toor"flt Wts onlr-eighv ceras. Ui'
nnir rr i
thino liut a smack at the brLf .
ii rrr tA savKal iaVsy KaK It disn-f d ,l
drink -eie- F.l Cars
A leiter, received st Philadelphia fro?
Vihinglon, dated the 1 1th instant, sjt'
1 -L . - t ! ...nfff-t for tnf
i icarn mat a Becoming iy -recent
melancholy affliction of the 1 rf
dent elect, has Induced Mrs. Adam
su$pend mtnic and dancira at Jier
A miser wss litetv found (If jl 1Vl'
on a Elthy led, still grasping ' u
his ceffers; he bad hoarded W ",
103,000 of which were eencealcJ .
fererit kitchen utsmil