THE'SCOLO Imitated from Jltnti. ,
To dine on devils without drinking,
To want a seat when almost sinking,
To pay to-day receive to-morrow, 1
To lit t fessts in silent sorrow,
To seat in winter in the boot
To feel the gravel cut ont t oot!
Oa cursed Ret within tKe stocking ,
Chwe up and downare very shocking!
-With twV hand dirtyrWnneJndcleais
Op with one slirmerlo be seent
-.iZ3TTd i"be.aeained' when most i hurry,-
Might putGriseloa In flurry.
: "If Iff thpsFvoaWOl jflfcer18 .-;;
-fr ' ft,- i:.rw? irS'sflr'-- tisw
As thai oiicour
f t -n V 1 1 " "
WhwvrcchittUta4k4vrtM)f bout tne Uud,
Then'wilT tTii mixTm.firmly stand,
,T"'. " Whatever is, is Wright?
TO3W;''"'??BBftwjr . r - -- IMft IB. ,
Hcn't elw ka u1 aet k4, toi ke4t itkt Iraiwl
H'r.'t tlkk 4 alek t, u Inn f mat nl aU
.liilhittltaitn tkoklovrrll. ' V 4.v.,'
From the lldagh RegiittX
Female Patriotism. In every ag
of the 'World.' Woman has evinced pi
triotic zeal in national conflicts for
liberty. la every Quartet of the globe
instances of fearless intrepidity nay,
rash courage have been displiyed.
During the sanguinary scenes of the
Fre ch Revolution, countless numbers
of Females fell victims to the guillo
tine, the horrors of imprisonment and
assassination, for their real or sus
peeled devotion to principles whLh
Jthey deemed for the good of their coun.
were mistaken in the exercise of their
2,ealt but still from motives connected
wit the. public weak ,
In the arduous struggle f.r indepen
dence, in this Nation j circumstances
are' on record of the personal co-irage
of Fe males Stilhnre instmces ; fv v
bet n produced - of slf-devoiitm under
pat-, fatigue and privation, in the great
cause of Freedom.
Ptrhaps tUcSauthej-n States furnish
more examples, as being m re constan
tly the scenes of warfare, than aoy
other. Maior G .rdon's lievolutton
ary Anecd tci" furnish data of what
human nature in its gentlest furm, is
capable of under great exVuement.
All have witnessed, in a jess or greater
- rjegreey- what -the influences oL vitto
ous iovc-j conjugal affecti m nd -mat-"rlatmdcfflWCao
----'-- -. ., t!,Ll
tO', nave been tne actions wnicn iovc
. . oj cuuirry- n;s pruuiiceu--n nas orr.
come difEculties, braved dangers, and
. i elid ed tne noblest , sentiments. . ; ,
We have been led to these remarks
.bya natagraph in the 2d volume of
.. . . . . ' -
" uordon s Anecdotes, wnicn nas re-
OA the temale mind, ki those days "tiia't"
, lmt,L.meo souls" and it had its
filll operation- on- woman & .rnnid.
" Tne young Ladies (savs Major Gor
don,) of thr best families in Rowan
and Mecklenburg Countirs, (in the
WcAtrrn part of North-Carolina,) ad
optrl -nd proclaimed Resolution to
rcf jsr the addresses of any young men
of their C unties, except the brave
Volntefrs who served . in expedi
tion t Sou lCVifoll to suhtluc the
Th se young ladies drew their lives
from 14 fathers of war-proof ;w for it
will be remembered, that Meiklen.
burg County declared themselves in
favf.r of Independence long before the
Thirteen States united for that pur
tot i and some brave mrn are still
living, (and long may they live !) who
fleftbc.d.thejr maiden swurds in support
of their " fields and firesides" from
:.--.ibieiga4cspQCis. 2'iZ, A't. ,
.Yaotff irw-Dr. Mitcbell (of New
York Iuh received a letter from Wu$ing
ton, ats inK, that gentleman from the
south hat collected 6ft? two varieties oi
k. ;.,.t;gnmi tn th- TT. s. Tw
eelehsated species Called Stuppernon,
from N. CaroUna it SQlJiniinc, that a sin
;r,le vine ho produced 2.000 pounds of
prapct, vleldtnu eight barrels or wine, of
hne quality and flavor .
Afiticey from' t h CoromUtee onJuilitart
AfTirs, to abolish the office of Major Gen
eral, nd to regulate Brevet RmiIc in the
Army. NauJaun 30 ulu
Mr, Alexander, from the Committee
on the District of Columbia, reported yes
tercljf s will concerning the importation
of Sjaves Into the District of Columbia,
and for other purposcv ii.
W umlerstand that, in consequence of
the continued indisposition of Mr. Rush,
and the urgent nature of much of the
business of the Treasury Department, the
Fresidei t has authorised Mr. Southard,
the Berretary of the Naf , to perform the
duties of Secretary of tha Treasury, dur
rP Nrf V Hlneii. Aa ?f.
"ITEMS OF TOrXIilN' IN'TnLLIGtNCC.
There have been creat re joicings in
St. renx in consequence otthc mar
riage of the king of Denmark's second
daughter to hec cousin Frederick Carl
Christian. A letter published in tne
New York Gazette says : 1
It aoDears that there has been
much unhaoniness between .'the fami
lies,' as the father of this young Prince
Urotrtm to he kiagVjSUl!iL?JLi
Mssiun. which mves 1'rince l reuencu
a claim to the Thoroe likewise; - This
aiarr iage, tbreforj
nearly Telatdr aod cql ctairnant to
wijl now reign, in place oi anger, xiis
gust, and discord.
The - PieJwteeGMtt
that there is now living at Lausane, a
woman aged 114 years, having been
bora in the year iri4ifhehas had
two husbands, his passed a consid
erable part of her life disguised in
men's clothes, and, was seven years
employed as a courier in the service
of a Milanese prince. It is remarka
ble "that, having become conipletcly
bald at 50, she subsequently recovered
a fine head of hair. Her thief nour
ishmcnt is coffee, with a targe admix
ture of sugar : U H said that she
drinks 10 cups per day. She is in
excellent health, and does not appear
more than 60 years old. .Af. Philan,
iata4jSeegciojmaI, tray tlkr.
on retiring to bed on Saturdy evening,
at Bedford, Eng. was about to kneel
for., jhe., purpose of offering up hi s
prayer, when he percHvcd the leg of a
man protruding JYom under the bed.
jMr. Rees immediately caused the fel
low to be'secuted, and on the next
morning, he was sentenced to the
jread-mill for three months. The dis
covery was fortunate, as-Mr. Ree9 had
cash in his pocket to the amount of
ISO, which in all probability would
have changed pockets before morning.
The Sun says, 4 there is no doubt but
that Cobbet will .be introduced into Par
liament as member for Donton, next
sessions by the Earl of Radnor ! We hope
m ho wH -mak- glorioua-spott. in .the
House for a month, and then sit down as
silent as a murrlcd lureheriHS
wit h ."'"Ac hmet Bey w ho wi s hi tfx in
rnmmahd in the Morea, is on a visit to
France, witlt'sarnezbf hh onViirs "-
The prosecution of the. Thames tunnel
has bfen-entirely abanrJonerl. -Went-of
funds is said to be the sole cause of this
Arrest, imprisonment TntT confiscation .
taken up upon the denunciation of inform
ers, " and TrrmurerT- in- dungeons - here
many of them perished. -
It is stated that sickness, the sword,
and the privations experienced bv the
Russian army, had reduced it nearly 80,
000 men. At Odessa alone, there were
20,000 sick mcl wounded in the hospital
Jussuf Pacha) who sui rendered Varna
to the Russians, had fixed his residence
at Odesa To Kussia, Where he had ex
pended considerable sums of money !
The London Morning Chronicle men
tions another government defaulter, a
confidential clerk in (he navy department,
who, ii is supposed, had sailed for Ameri
c, with 120.000.
A horseshoe, which the inventor rails
n expansion shoe, is one of the latest
novelties in England. They say it
will increase the speed, and contribute to
the Rure-footedness of tho horse.
Wr." Campbell had" oeen elected Lord
Rector of the University of Glasgow.
Record of Rirthi. The State of Geor
iU baying experienced much inconven
ience from the difficulty of obtaining tes
timoiif of the ages of persons in questions
of.ritrht before their Courts, by which the
correct administration of justice has
impeded, the Legislature has passed an
act at the lasf session, to establish an
office for recording the births in every
county in the State. It is made the daty
of th Clerks of the Courts vLQcdjoary,
'rfcltrthemlTBSolc tobl provided
for th purpose., for which a fee of 2i
cents is to be paid.
A few evenings sinee in New York,
a man had his hat stolen off his head
its the street f The thief was pursued,
taken aod committed.
The Revenue. The National Intelli
gence tot Saturday last, savs, " It (Jives us
pleasure to learn that the UevenueV the
United States, for the last quarter of the
past year, has exceeded, by half a million
of dollarsjhe amount r which it was es
timated by the Secretary of the Treasury
in his annual Report
PancYat of Mrs. XacteoiU The
folio wine is an extract from a letter
from a gentleman in Nashville to his
friend in Philadelphia, dated the 28th
I wrote to you a few days ago, in
forming you of the death of Mri.
Jackson. After what I had heard from
home of affliction in our own family,
I thought I could not attend the funer
al, but Colonel A insisted on my
going. Such scenTr-aeverwlsh 15
The poor ole) gentleman was suppor
te dr'Wlhirfra ve by Gen.? Coi&eaaad I
Major-Huucuger - A-never piucu any
person more In my lifer'-hc7foad to
the Her mirage was almost impassable j
but art immense nnmber of persons at
tended the funeral. The remains of
lower part ot tgiroiirrmever te
fore sa.w so much affliction among ser
vants on the death of a mistress. Borne
seemed completely stupified by the
event: others wrung their hands, and
shrieked aloud. The woman that had
waited on Mrs. Jackson, had to be car
tied off of the ground. r
Sarvivins Officers. The Wash-
iflgtpn correspondent of the New York
Commercial Advertiser, has furnished
a, print with a list of all the Field
Officers of the revolutionary army who
have applied for and received their pay
under the act of Congress. . There
appear t be now only 26 of them liv
iasu4 iHai Aumber jhf re are. but5
Clont l8,3-Lieutenant Colonels, and
.JbUarUk.- Expedition. The U. S.
ship Peacock is nearly ready. for-sea,
and is destined V explore the frozen
regions at the South Pole. Iter tim
hers are of double thickness and she
is more firmly built thao ""any vesse
ever before constructed in this country.
Her crew will consist of about one
hundred persons, including many sci
Eastern Boundary. The Portland
Argus contends that the right of Maine
is perfectly clear to nearly all the land
involved in the important Boundary
questtoo-andthat this, portion ,01 th
claim should never have been submit
titles more ; than 6,000,000 of acres
of valuable soil; worth a dollar an acre
The district: would foroj . ISO town
ships, of six miles square and m U
or 'JO years might coatain a papulation
of from 100,000 to 200,000 inhabit
"l.A.ilJ..h?.PMed'the Virginia House of
Delegstes, by a. vote of 193 'o 81, toorgan
le s Convention. Tf gtvet'to 22 counties
viz : Accomac, Norfolk, Chesterfield,
Mecklenburg, Buckingham, Albemarle,
Culpeper, Fauquier, Halifax, Campbell,
Franklin, Bedford, Berkely, Jefferson,
Hampshire, Monongalia, Harrison, Bote
tourt, Rockbridge, Washington, Wythe
and Montgomery, two Delegates in the
Convention to three counties, i : Ail;
gusta, Rockingham, and Pittsylvania,
three members and to three counties,
viz: Loudon, Frederick end Shenandoah,
four members. All the other counties,
and the towns and boroughs, one mem
It is not pretended that this bill is arith
mericallv equal. It leaves large fractions
in same counties, unrepresented. . Bat it
would be difficult if not impossible to
frame a bill on any principle, that should
escape this objection in a greater or lcss
If .-.this: bill shall hsye the effect of giv
ing to the majority who declared last
Spring in favor of a convention, a majori
ty in the convention, relatively as strong
ss that of the people, we should hope
it would answer every just and valuable'
tnijority in the convention, anu it this
bill will not secure it to them as we be
lieve it does, we hope that may yield to
some other that vitl,
The contest has been one of the most
Forage, m the Army.. A bill has been
reported in Congress, to " regulate the
allowance of forage to officers of .the ar
my," repeals all the existing laws on the
subject, and provides the following sub
stitutes in 'money for the prevent allow
ances j To a Major General, Brigadier
General, Adjutant General, Inspector
General, Quartermaster - General, and
Commissary General of Subsistence, each
820 per month 1 a Colonel, 816 per
month 1 a Lieut. Colonel, Major, Quar
termaster, Paymaster, and Surgeon, each
812 per month ; and $rery other officer
entitled to forage, 8ip per months .
FEBRUARY 10, 1823.
Manufactures in Iredell County. '
The following account of the proceedings of
our neighbors in Iredell county, hat been here
tofore published in our paper ( but it did not
receive as correct and. conspieuousan insertion
as we think the importance of the subject calls
for r and moreover at the period for the Second
meeting is near at hand, a republication Of the in I
pient proceedings seems to be peculiarly sea.
aoh&ble at this time.
pewliarly .adapted to memvjacturet, cl every de
scrrotion, as any part of the Union. We pottets
phyaicr and moratt we lave ihe "irawatenal
at our hands i our slave labor is cheaper (as
Mr. Flhcr eanelusiveiy, demonstrated, In his
report to the legislature last year)" thanTthat oft
their white tperutivei our water-power Is
abundant p our cllffiate ll more penlal than
theirs, enabling- us to pursue the business the
whole year, while they are blocked up with ice
for two or three months annually, &c. &c. . In
deed, nature has been post bountiful to North
Carolina, in physical resources 1 all that is lack.
ng to make tne State wealthy and powerful, i
moral energy- in the people, to improve the
rich gifts which the God of nature has laid at
their Jitfnds. . .
la pursuance of public notice a nurn
ber of the citizens of Iredell. county, met
at the Court House in btatesvtlle for the
purpose of considering the propriety or
expediency of establishing factory 0
Wool and Cotton, in this section ot coun
-Tho. A Allison, wit jailed to the chair,
George F. Davidson and Thos, Jierrj ap;
The obtect of the mreting-was explain
ed at some- length- by John , Mushat Esq
On motion,- Thos. -A. Allison,. Samuel
tr: n. t n..:j v r
ucu- . vTiuuni " III. t .
James S. By ars, John Sloan, George F.
VTavidsont Thos. JCerr, George Flowers,
Cvros Simmonds, Kci. James Patterson,
Richard Allison, Ephraim Davidson, John
Mushat, Williarri Harbin,' William Potts,
AU xander Torrence, Francis Young, Jas.
W. Murdoch, Absalom Sirrionton, John
M. Young, Joseph Chambers, John Tom
linson, James II. Hall, Robert Hall, Hoses
Redman, Jas- Campbell, and James A
King, be a committee whose duty it shal
be, to collect such information as may be
in their reach, respecting manufactuung
establishments, and make report of the
same to a raec
county, wbo in invited to attend; at the
Court House" iri; St4esville oor nexi
February ' County Court and the - said
committee convene in Statesville, on
Monday the precedihg day , for the pur
pose of. preparing an Address to tha citi
zens of said county at their general roee-
- Renlvtd, That a copy of ihese procee
dings be 'sent to the Editors of the Wes
tern Carolinian, and Yadkin and Catawba
On motion, the meeting adjourned to
J Tuesday .of next County Court.
THOS. A. ALLISON, Chairman.
G. P Davroaon, ) cmv-
The last North American Review, in reviewing
the Duke of Saxe Weimar'a travels in the United
States, speaks thus ntpturoutly of Vermont, (had
state of ice and islands, of Green Mountains and
green pastures, of stony bills and steady habits j
" The Duke also failed to ace Ver
mont, as he merely touched at Burling
m a vt
ton and at bhorenam. lnis was a
capital mistake in one, whose object
was to see the United btates. iSo por
tion of the Union oflers a more exact
or successful exemplification of the
great principles of our democracy.
Had he visited the interior of that
state, he would have seen a portion
of the Union eminently distinguished
by the aublimity.of its mountains and
the- beauty ( U valleyjs,-and:, copious
streams j but he would also have seen
a sovereigo state, cohering a large ter
ritory, in which there is a nearer ap
proach to equality than in any of the
2erland ; a state, in which the people
every year. resume every function of
government, reappointing not only
the executive and legislative branches,
ccTf even to the village justice fa.itate
which enjoy wise und equal taws and
perfect security of property and person
and yet pays its legislators but! the
common Tvages of journeymen me
chanics, and its chief magistrate not
much more ; a state, filled up with
mountains, and yet having roads as
gqod and as level as almost any in the
Union. In a word, the state of Ver
mont exhibits, a condition of society,
such as the most visionary enthusiast for
liberty never ventured to dream of; a
condition, which leaves to the individ
ual perhaps the grcatest degree of per-
' sooal and public liberty, which h con-
sistent with the organization of soVul
life. But the Duke failed to read the
lesson f he'has notfiing to say of VeV.
mont, except that, the elderly women
there smoke tobacco
Vaccination. Mr. Carson, of this atae
presented a memorial in the House or
uepresentatives. on the 26th ult. praying
for the establishment of. a National Vac
cine Institution. It was referred to a
select committee of seven.
iVhal ttcTTfffow.---The Adams
in New Jersey have been celebrating ' their
defeatj , An 'anecdote is related of tho
iKirjg of England that t 4helOTft o eti
lievoaiuonary , Tari,pe gave, orders that
there should.be a day of public reioicin..
jesty rejoice for, inquired his premier ?
that you have lost the most valuable colo
nics yott had t No, replied the King. I,
ltT4heB, thatw-hahad.thouaandv f
our bravest and most gallant officers and
men slaiqjn the contest f Koi., Well, i.
it that "wVliave expended rhllliohs of
money In that fatal war, thereby adding
to our enormous national debt, and im
posing still heavier burdens on your al
ready oppressed subjects f No. What
then, may it please your Majesty, slit!
wr rrjmcc lor i ny, inai uu no nurie !
Bergen county New-Jersey i thev-hsTJ
uuu is -wiiii iiib Auiiiinisirauon men m
naa a tjtienaia dinner, by way (lomfl
tneir own phraseology J of celebrating ibd
iniegnry 01 me people 01 tne state t:
New-Jersey, and rejoicing that thingt or
no aore P What bappy souls they mut!
hbe, to derive joy and comfort from defei
and - overthro w " Had they Irved - irr dat
of yore, they ttnquetiionablr woul. frooJ
beeft esteemed as adept s-io.tbe occu!
science of tflchymy.
But they are right : if we Jackson me:
have beaten them, we are not disposed t;
ha ve atf the " good eating and drin king t;
ourselves, into the bargain." ;
Rose bufehes were In bloom in Pensaeola, p
lettuce, radishes, were growing ut the garden
and were regularly served up at the pub!
housc-i 1 and the muiquitoes were as nuam
and troublesome as in August here.
. A fire broke out in Mobile, Alabama, on t
5th ult. which destroyed five frame Suildii
a gooa aeai 01 property was destroyed.
Frcth Shad Were sold in Fayetteville, the li
time this season, on the 27th January, at
cn?s each. In Wilmington they were caud
on the list, and sold at oO cents a pair : w
were very fat; and tr fie eatine,
Gen. JacktoX,-accompanied bv some of!
the steam-boat Fairy, for jfuis'vIITe', on 'bis
to v aihwgtoa cit Hundrcdi of Citiiens 1
aemWed on the bank of the river, to witnessi
depirture ami bid him farewell." Vd rhiri e'l
carried with hinv more troly the .aflectiomj
good Wisnes of nis neighbor ami feilowitiifi
and none, but the immortal Washington, ev
more nchty deservec) thtm,
AeMncMarw,' Sfin-ot rhe-fnrmerKinr
fJaplcn, now a resident of Florida, has been i;
pointed Mexican Vice Consul for the territ-I
Flowla, awl ! ttdcnnwledged aft uch by, CI
President of the U, states
- --..- . .aa
Slave$in Lwitiana. A law has been
by the lepMature ot Uuiuianaao. take tC
from the 1st of April next, to regulate tfir
traduction of slaves into that state. It prow
1st, that no slave shall be allowed to be sl
that state, unless the vendor produces a cr
eate that he was ot pood character, and I11J
been convicted of any criminal oftencr, in
state from whence he was transported ;
for not complying with these regulations 81
2J. citizens who brinir s'ares from abroad
their own use, subject to the same ' reiiricfi.
3d, Persons emiratinsr to Uie atate with ill1
shall not tell them until the expiration of 1
years. Slaves taken into the city of New
leans for fale or hire, shall not be exposed
that purpose in the public and matt frtme
place.' This law u important to slave d!;
as Louisiana is now the only profitable mi
for any considerable number of stare, the fc-
culture requiring more force than tint oi c
ton, or any other branch of husbandry.
Thomas P. Dcvereux, F.sq. has been rf
pointed Keporter to the Supreme Coart, for
ensuing year. 7 - -
C7 A repott was very euwent, durh; I
week. that'Cen. Andrew" Jackson, the Pri
elect of the United States, wan dead. BuM
are hanoy to say, it was merely a report-
perceive the same report had pained rtnw 'j
denceat KileiRli, and also at Washington ci.
fcnrt there nt aiJy.Bocwfirma.ujn.pfj'i
is contradicted by the Washington pi ,
lettif wai last tt-eek received bv av citizen of'
town from a friend in KentuckV, dated the 1
ult. announcing that the same report waj pjl
lent there but we have Nuhviile papr""
2:M, from which it appears the President tit
Secret teH'ice Money. bill has be;
reported in 'Congress, by the committ
on reirenchment. to Droh'rbit the me
secret service maney by the E:ccut
except In time of V ar.
Close tulHn? Mr. Richardson has!-'
. ' . ..L....f
elected to ConRress Irom .wassscnu-
by a majority of ons vote only .
Lam Ho?. Four Hos have W
slaughtered this season in Halifax couC
in this state, weighing as ioiiiw.
525 lbs.; 2d, 500 ; 3d, 348? 4;H,