" A U tor 'from Mexico says tliat Itr. Folusctt,
our Minister to that country, was an active aifent
in bringing about the r-cfent revolution there,
'. In favor of Guerrero. Certain it U, that while
all the ntfter foreign minnters left thd city du
ring the commo'ion, ami most of their residences
were partially plunders I, Mr. Poinsett remained,
and was treated with the utmost reaped by the
' mob We can't much blame our Minister,
however, if he did take a part t for he had been
most shamefully abused, and otherwise misused,
by the party which is now ejected from office.
Execum domination. ..The U. 8. senate
refused, on the 27th ultimo, to to into Eie
, .: i I r..- .! j ... 1 .. ' !
"V J . I . ...a;....., -.,,..,1 ...w I'UnVI V. Ktvt.HJ VII bllQ 1
... nomination ptMf;.Crittenden!t'ni Judge of the
. u. a: supreme court, in place ot .lodge Trimble,
ticccaei: me w wis i 10 k( rrom wis
,it would Annpaj t'iat the senate U deter mined
' aS3 FIUKCE3 WftlGllT. , '.
We have been favored with the following .
tracts from a letter to a gentleman of Salisbury,
irom nis irien.i in ttie city ol New-Yorkj dated
January 29th, 18J9. ,
" One of the topics of conversation here just' "at
present, is the famous Mitt France iVriqht,
The renown of this errant apostle of 7Vu.A,'has
of course reached your " unknown regions,"
though I believ- the light of her countenance
never shone upon them.- She has been lee
tu'ring hera for sometime, in the city -Hotel,
Masonic Hall, and other buildings t and has
now hired the Park Theatre, to "five ample
room ami vere enough;' to the overflowings of I ..,
" ciuucimc. . a.10 eeejns to oe particularly
irttee-of Retrfclnen?trcport4 . bill in the noe, with ibe thousand of ksIBy. thougiuJeM, SS&S
louse of Representatives oSthe 28th ultwhieh HoMe dangerous bubble, that have preceded fW-ftm
mL provides, that fflt our months members of Con.
cress shall be allowed their present pv, provi-
de'd Congress should remain in session. "SVouIrf
', esioo be protracted beyond four months the
tier diem to be recuced to. Jwj dollar, a. 4av
Stationary to specified amount only is to be
allowed : regulation is to be made with respect
to the pay for mileage ; and no newspapers t
be furnished on the public account to members.
JUtll II OJ JUJJUU TAYLOR I
a iu imcuve tntcJii.'Kiice :ias renhed
here of the death of the Hon John Louin
.Ty9fCh!efJii?-jce.o tbe J5uprc.me
Court of this'State. He died at bis resi
dence in Rileigh on Thursday, the 29'h ult.
of the umir in the stomach.
The last Raleigh Register contains an obituary
notice of the Chief Justice's death j from which
jt appears he Vas in the 59th year of his agei
and that he was a native of Ireland, but came to
this country in his 6vh6od, "iMudied la w in this"
flutr, became snttcwfil trroctrtmnci. anil at
tlie Bar,' Mrrtaylor was one fTts most dl'TnT
guished me-nhers, posscising talents of the first
order and pif'ed with a most impressive elocution-
';" '-' -"- '" -
By 4ft-st reJalin)?-the Supreme Court.. cL
turn passed m'lg.tO, which nuthoriied the
six Ju. lea to ap.wint one uf their number Clue
Jus tire, he was honored with that II
was nrwiy organic ana made to consist at but
three Judges, the deceaed was again elected
.one of th-m, and r.gain placed at their head,
whieh high offiee he filled to the day of his
death. Indeed he was presiding in the Supreme
Court, on Thursday, the 22d ult. when he was
jeiae 1 with the malady which terminated his
existence on that day week.
Judfre Tavlnrwas not only ad'ntinguished Ju
rist l- mnrl was deeply imbued with that de.
is however m rraceful- nc.ilrr
in iicr ucti7i:ry, ana a ioierarry good writer.
She proposes editing a weekly pioer. in con!
junction with SQ-ne of, Jier-bopeful .disciples of
me i om rame scnooi, aweuers in the very out
skirt of society, its scum and scourings, all of
uicii arc wan irn unu s lom raines coarse,
ness, and without the tcid- part cf his sense."
p.i.A",l6;tr.ctjr in spke of the very rough
handhng some uncourteous Editors have given
her, and I very much fearintdndsto-makeitthe
hev'l.nuartejrsofher-fiith. jhi ntpc. r
6raole.S Curiowty has hitherto at traoted crowds
4arf t-otste hM very few followers, and
Whpn hft 'flab i liv.n m'..
State V. Isaac, Ntfgro .lac, frdra Jones
HKif?rnent for the State. !
State v. John Chittem, from Currituck
Kule for new trul discharged and judg-
uicui ior me otate. ': t
, State v. Simeon Cochrane, from War
ren, Rule for new trial made hrdni- -
. JVorf The aicknesa of the late Chief
justice prevented judemenn from beinir
cmcicu up in numoer ot t-uses which
naa oeen arcucd and suhm ttrl n tk.
vourt, . -
- . THE BANKS
The tubjectof ihr. Banks, is one of
paramount interest to the people of North
Caroline, ?t this time: it is necessary,
tberefore-j that the? people should he en
lightened on a subject that so deeply
concerns them, that they should be
made acrjtj timed with ihe (to them) mys
terious operations of thQse powerful mo
nied rnf hineV, by which the woalth of
the coun'ry hs been controuled, and the
mouttr ourrttttte rfn&t ifrfifvng bur
their very life blood is abou' beinpucked
frorh them, (or, which is, the same thing,
their me bs of subsistence wrested from
thtmi. we ahall .-from.... time to time, pub
lic wnatever comes in our way, tending
a s . r
o mrow ncni on tne tiank hi? srsfem.
Particularly. ia,N, C3rolmi.. On the last
pagf. the reader will find Mr. Pot er's re
port on the subject of the Banks in thU
statewfjepjctinR, in Rf)winK terms, the
mismanagement of tlnse institu-ims : and
also,'an extract from Mr. Jones's circular.
on the opposite side of the question. As
soon as we can find room, we shall cip
the report of that portion of the commit
gree of refinement, which a long and familiar I tee W.ho (,ifl!'re,l frorn Mr Potter ; as also
arf from j?'roie: ;-t th Jnhn
Jar, arfived .r. New-York, from Llrer-
pool, advices are). received to the I6tb
me siegeiot VhoumUnd Silistria had
acquaintance with belles lettresnnly can confer,
and which on suitable occasions," 5owed from
his Kps an1 adorned hia writings, by apt and fe
licitous Quotations from the Anient r.U.o. ..
jjfor was ne more remarKSoie for tne extent bt
! eru'lition, than for the ammblc and benevo-
vity of manners Which all who MvrntMl'w;Vh"
him. rdt "acknowledged.'....', No one ever
made an anneal to hU vmntvv i
Into th-ir feenhgs to Ml idvice, fctrt he tordi-
.". . .. 7 v. Vr wrt " " "nana wm
vpci m wicir renei. . . , ,
The College of Georgetown, in the District of
- Columbia, bad conferred the degree of Doctor
.vt Law? on tlie Chief Justice in April last.
n de-ceased- wsrtv.ine.. onuhday-ih "a nf
ic uurui grounci , i ne usual Masonic honors
were performed, for a 'a me-nber of the Fraw.
tlie bill for instltutint? lecal rmrAinrr.
against the State Bnk.
'ift Wheat Jt i feared, will be mSTC-;
tun1 ',3red bT. th cold, wet weather
The ground after becoming comnletel
sattirnted with rain, was Frozen, and cast
up, which exposed the roota of the wheat
to be kUled. by frost nd ice, 4Ve hope
the damage win ftot Be is wide-spi eadas is
nr.ir rmr wm,t.
A new ?t OnRce. bi been established
" diThom ' Fer v.' on the Catawbajver.
.Iredell countv. .r.i Mr. Lewis W. Thomas
appointed P- st Muster : the name of the
office is Thomaii Ferry. For the bene
s fit of persons wishing t0 write to their
friends in the neighborhood, papers in
the state are requested to notice the es
tablishment of hU nflfire.
January 28, 1829.
3tr. White: Isend you the following, as a so
lution to, the ltebui in vour paper of oOth De.
cwber, 18C8. ' "
The first number is War ;
second do. Unit ;
third do. .Vne,
The laitials of which spell SI N.
Sis ia a number which all people know;
An Unit, tho' squar'd or cub'd, is so :
The nintkpart of ni-ie is just one, Mr. White ;
W Suiiu the word that makes mv work riirht.
, " Evander ia right ; his solution accords with
mrnisuca us dv tne author. Eu.
... , .. .w8,., ,
ine Ifaljax .7?ne-i.a, printed ly Mr.'
John Campbell, Jr formerly of the Mil
ton Gazette, has made its appearance.
We hope the Editor mav find the publish
"snrax than it seems he
did in Milton.
paper is well executed, and de-
-ww patronage, ahd we hope may re
ttive It. 9a
Infernal Improvement, b'e." The Ral-
tik'Q neemcroUhe JiOth h i. cnnu nuhr
portion ol the members oT the late :
general Assembly, and other citizens
friendly to Internal Improvements, which.
wa held at the Capitot m Raleigh, 6!h
When otir columns are less encum
bered than at present, with other matters
of public interest, we shall give these pro
ceeding an insertion.
-'-The- Sufirtme Court of this -State
journed on Thursday, the. 29th ult.
' :RTter f the 3d-inst. contains
a list of caaes decided a this term." Wtf select
such as are of interest to on r readers.
Kezatma -V'h ; k eu ..an i ; h c n v. h m c s.
M. Kenny and others," and the Cross Bill,
from Rutherford, Report filed. Decree
for sale of Lands in Rutherford County,
the money to be paid as therein decreet!
with a further reference to the Master.
Henry Huffstettler, Adm'r. he. v.
Nicholas W'hisonant and Peter Eaker. 1
John omtth s t.x r. v. Arel bharpe anc!
olbers, from Iredell. Report filed and
confirmed, and Decree accordingly.
John Kirby and Thomas Oaks v. Vj
i:.r:j , ...k..- t r t-
din mm ami uiucis, iro'n ivowdn. U(!
cree for sale of the land mentioned in the
Andrew Allison v. Robert VYorke and
others, from Iredell. Referred to the
Clerk without prejudice.
John Nesbitt's Executor e. John and
Hamilton Biown, Eh's Jcc, from' Wilkes,
according to scire f ;cias.
eorg Carrington v. Ilerbert'Sfmms,
from Orange. Referred to the Clerk to
take an account without prejudice.
T;tvlrr and others v. Dickins and 6th
UjBLP rii!&PiPiU )ism i sedwj t hou t
prcjutTice"Ooti to be pailHry9raiptafaF:
across the Danube, where they would fro
Liverpool died on the IOh of December,
at his seat at Goombe Wood, where be
had been staying ever since his removal
rrom town after his first dangerous illness.
His lordship had been in his usual atatgof
health for some daf s previous without
any symptoms calculated to excite appre
hension having appeared, and had break
fasted as usual ; when, about half past
nine o'clock, he was attacks with con
vulstons and spasms; a metsenfcer was
immediately despatched to Mr. Snford,
one of his lordship's medical attendspts,
who resides. -in the neighborhood, but be
fore that gentleman could arrive, his lord
ship had breathed bis last.
Th Journal des Debats, in an article
from Kalarasch, on the 18th ult. insists
ai mv, iibii umisnea, sua in th mon- mit
rrsnle conditbn, is qtting Bulgaria In
all directions. Part of the cannon have
been buriedpart carried oft" by the oxen,
for all the horses have perished. So r rest
was tlie miser? irMhe:amt before -the
raising oi the siege, that nearly 500 men.
iien m ine entrenchments on the,3d and
4Ui, withoui reckoning those who -were
Kiueo in trie contintialsorties of the Turks.
The Russians attribute the obstinacy
. - J IV
the English and French officers in their
All the country round Varna and Shum
Ij is completely devastated. This may
uc.nro, me reasons tor the retreat of
Letters received in Paris, attribute the
raising of tHe siege of Silistria to the" ex
treme bad weather, ra'her than to the ip.
proach of the Turkish forCe' ' -
An article dated Ji. 90,K M
, - ... - r- - , ..ui. sajo,
rank a, breve t l S":.nhUlfe' ,0 f" 7. brandy apple 30 to 37, 0ld peach do
ran as Drcyet Mat. Gen. i Mr. Kane nrei.-nf..,! oi i !, oo .Jon ir. ...r.
certain resolutions of the egi.l.tre of !i!ir-h, Nortlr Carolina bZZ 8 CarS
EfEK V? r Georgia ' .Kounv 8. Care
... , .w ufc Bitiic in muK
repairing certain state roads
a netihnn ivii
presented from Connecticut, against carrying the
mails on Sunday. In the l!nn. u. M;r.
am -aiavery bin, theuregon bill, and the Cum
berland road bill, consifmed most of th H
Thurtdag, Jan. 8 In Senate, a petition was
presented Irom the auctioneer. nf N.v.v
agsiniiUmriosing duties onaales at auctionafter
Tanuas outer unimportant subjects were d!i
poaca ovme senateoumed to Monday. fn
thp House, very little business of Consenuenei.
. , ""l',cut cacepi aiscussing me propriety
of Adopting hUtMrnt't ant Ulavery nnjixiuoni
arna, and have made demonsfraimne
I t ,7 sa u
k P w Miguel is not dead as It was re nor-
ted by the last accounts. His liealth is
imp?oving.- The expedition Which sailed
against 1 erccira has been dispersed in a
The-packet' ship Leoriidasr
Bugnon, at New Vork from Vera Cruz,
whence she sailed on the 28th ult. brings
some furtner parucuiara respecting t
late revolution in the r.nit.i .l..
ant Utlavervmi. Jin Lnn ..
i rsaau, jun. y. i tie benat ri,d nnt m.t, .w..
dayi - In the f ItoKj'fi'ennlbjeAii': definitely
actea on i tne Oregon bill, the Oeom-la ri.im.
mg alarery m -the District cf -olumbi, were all
some time.under consideration JUf. Miner's r.
solutions, whicn onJ(y propose an inquiry, were
aaopten, atter iopping off alohg andT ofrcnBive
preamble, which he had Uck'ed to llie
aaturttay, Jan. 10. Neither house iat loi
Mntiiy,tdr TB ?enaTe. the nrn,, rf
me worgia legisiaiure against the tariff, was
prescnieui a pennon-Irom New llamnahiri.
carrying me man on Sunday, waa pre
nirU. in ine Mouse, Mr. M'DufUe reported
a bill regulating sales at Suction, for the nrotec
tion ot the revenue i a very large number of
l-cuuona ana memorials were this day presented.
: Tueiday.Jan. 13 In Serrate, a petition was
presented from Boston, praying for a drawback
on rum nunuiaciuren iisim fni , .,i..-.
.iu ciwaage irom loreign nemp ; a petition was
,Mc:icu iroin naneaion, against carrying the
mail'on Sunday. In the llonse, most of the day
waa consumed on the Tennessee land bill.
Wetlnciday, Jan. 14. In senate. a bill n...
scd f,.r laving off a town on Bean river In Illi.
nois j moat of the day was spent on Mr. Dicker
sons bill for .distributing the- .urplua revenue.
In the ITmitte v,Mmi. i ?
- - ..-.., uuiiiijjunani mm ness vas
the Waahingtoriiurnpikc road bUl
onMmeda-go'j iwrtfun '-brf fffeif iy .';'
m.' J'M- Ul Senate, Mr. JJickcr
son s bill fir di'nbuting a portion or the V. 8
revenue nmn all the statet, was referred to
a select comnittee, composed of' Vlessrs. Dick
ewon, Branali, Bell, Haye and Sanfordi a pe
wag presented from PWIadelplua,for ere--duct
ion of ihe du ties on tea, h the House, a
bill was presented for the better regulation of
our intrrcourne wih the Indian tribes; Mr.
iHmillfld'a reaulutiouveuJMiiticl t a former
seswoiv tor indemnifying those peraona wiia wif.
fered fine and imprijonment mider old Jolm,
A.lams s sedition la .v of 1798, were taken up,
referred to the committee of the whole on the
siaieoi tne union, and ordered to be primed
the South Sea expedition bill was ordered to a
third reading, 97 to 59; the Cumberland road
bill wa taken up, ami the blank in it filled with
the sum of g 1 00,000, and its further considera
tion was poM-poned till Monday.
Friday, Jan. 16 The senate did not sit. fn
the House, Mr. M'Duflie presented a bill rela
tive to the du'.ies on certain descriptions of
...c.i-.iaimijs ; a Din was reported Irom the com-
- 'Jj. VVUUII Vt IU 1
nour 7 to 7.50, apple brandy 40, peach do.
4J to 73, salt SI. tobacco 2.50 to 7.85, wheat
1.60, wblskcy 31 td 3J, fj. Carolina bank bill
3 to 4; S. Carolina 1 j to C Ceorgia 3 Darien 5.
Columbia!, &; C. Jan. 30. Cotton 8 to 9ii
flour S to 6i. whisker 35 to AS. hvnn 8 m in.
heat 87 to 100, corn 40 to 45, salt 87...Nortn
Cawlma4;ank Bill- S y7 peifttioutli
Georgia Bank Bill 1 j to 2 per cent, discount
- Arwtawi. J.M- 31 ..t'oitan 8.rrf fl rs. i.w,
S' wheat 9i, bctn ' 6 to 8. alt 41 in no.
peach brandy 60, apple do. 45, whiskey S3.
hr-mlminftimJmi aawsHOotto-AS3.A OMm..L-
4 t: 45,ew:-
73, whiskey 30 to 32, ppl brandv 3 J to 37
zf Xew-ttrk, Jan. 30M.ottoil 'srl. tb 11 1 lour :
rUa w 8.50, cotton bagging made of hemp 19
19 4if- wneat i kkho iju, oak. tawrj sole teath
er 20 to 28, hemlock do. 18 to 33. hams 9 w 10.
iaiasflijipfe 1riii3fW'tolflVw1sTte3r 55 '"
t?6, leaf tobacco J t 12, yellow beeswax 23 to -
4........Krrth-Camlina bank. bills! percent.
di'count. South -Carolina 2J, Georgia 4, Vir
ginia 1 per cent. do.
I n Wasliinir ton. Georiria. A. II. 8 need. Erl
formerly of Granville county, in this state," t -Mrs.
Khody Koddy, of the first mentioned place.
On the 15th inst. by James B. Thomas. Ead.
John M'Leod, Esq. of Burke xiountv, to Hat
Jane M'Leod, of Iredell.,
mitte.e of ratreiichmcnt, to regukte the- puUi,
cation of the ac's of congress ; also, a bill pre-
In Charlotte, 2Jth ultimo. Mr. Thomas Gilleft
Eie, aged about 30 years : he waa a native of
owart county, but had resided in Charlotte for
lu or U years past.
In Montgomery countv. on the 28th ulh. atthes
house of John Ijiton, after an illness of threb
weeks, a travelling man by the name of Allen) f;;
Alabama, ffe was about 80 vrara if aol - 7-
Trxatk)ni waa paid to bBnf-iimraBgerw :V.
fn this countv, on Thursday, the 29th ult. Mrs.
tlf.l. ..'I, .......
iit naivon, wc oi .nr. wiiiiam naton. m
the 37th year of her age She was taken sick
on rday with, an mflammatwry fever j ao4
was a corp on Thurstlay. She was perfectly
resignad to the afHietlve dispensation of Heaven,
which separated her from all that she held dear
on ear'h, and expressed a full conviction thaO
she would soon realize the happiness arising
from the presence of her God in the realms of
biutful eternity. She lias left a husband and
seven children, to mourn her premature depar
iu-c ior me world oi apirus.
Iu Darlington District 8. C. on the 13th ult
Mrs. Dorcas I. Lide, wife of Eli W. Lide, Esq.
and daughter of Mm. Jhe W. Alexander, of
Mecklenburg county, in this state, aged 27 years.
ttecrntly, at Covington, Tip'on countv, Ten
nesee, llaker Woodward, Esq. attorney at law.
Mr. U'oodard was. at the time of hia death, av
Citizen of Memphis, Tennessee, but was previ-
ousiy a reside?) ol icmourg, Mi-aititppi.
eraigraUd to MUsiaalffpi o,, 6 yeawag frm
HfWfTnlnn iti . l . !... ... L 1. I A
nnUi.it.. -.1. t " . "i7 K ..)).luvii, in kui. 3iAi.cr wticrc ileum icii many
scnbmg the mode of printing and distributing relative - : - : -r- ... r
certain Ttiblic dncumenHT- - fiimf -..t..fT.... f a t r.-.-. - . , .. .
...U.j e - i" . J " .. '" in ttuiiinru on me uxn insr,
wm reported for rtcrcotypmg the law of con- Col. Daniel tiila,ln )t 88th year' of hlsaga
grew, ; , "fiOl (s' UAH a ainlllaWa ainif rmA nf lk 1? Atffitit i.t4 "
l' . w- m tkr - I ' ' 1 win a 1IT IWM . Iri SI 1 S
tO-tV. ft) the Hotllf. 1 Inrtir r m u. .;:..V ... T .l.Ui-l f..u. ... - .
1,. .' i . T "MJjJtmuii uuauMuti. iauicr ficiiriinour ana cinzen, and na
ol.i-..n jjrovuhng thaybe House, shpuld Irfta.numerous train of relatives and friends to"
vote wra vocem the election of it oflir.i lament l.. ' ' . ' ' " '
iota nn ttt. ' 1 I. fcf I . r . I t ... m
in iicwurm, i,ainarinet;nftpman, relict ot
17 . .:i i r. . t
ivrpuuiic. captain nugnon reports that
Alvarado and most of the country towns
had -declared for Guerrero rfflaTi 'bodv
of 80O troop, of the Guerrero party had
been encamped 8 or 10 days within five
miles of Vera Cruz, and an attack was
hourly expected. There were onl about
500 troops in the pUe. The officers
'ere consulting as to trie expediency of
Lincoln. Ueport filed and eon fir -' "odering, and making the best terms
Decree according to Report. ,hc?r co lne plunder of the city would
w ttievitabie. ....
f-Xirartofii letter rtcrl n V., f '
- - - v. -. , .via v(UAi
27th Dec. ' The affairs of this countiy
are in a most dplorable state. Merico
ha been fiillaeed to a vry Urre amount
and the whole country is in a it.it. nf r.
hellion. Vera Cruz. Dec. 23 Since
mine of yesterday, there has ecn a dec
laration both of the Armv andC
vera tru2. in favor of Guertero, and it
is now bel'eved that things will be quiet
some time was spent in debut, nn it,, ci
cluntt . evf ml nrirti- Mil. mm- a:..,.
Monhl, Jan. In Senate. Mr. vrii;n!.
moved an mqttirr, whkb wasagreedto, whrtbee
the appointment ol the K.iig of the Netherlands
as. umpire between the United Star! am tit-Mat
tl 1 . .. . "
-. ...v, U uicuniunraon of the U.
S., vrl. rowluUoui were 4ifHed
of. In the House, numerous petitions and pri
vate bills were disposed of: the bill authorising
the , iWr- gW,W0 trr the Wiitrtngr
ton tuVnpike road company. pMrd Its third
readine : the r?nt of the luv ,u.
bil. relative to the Cumberland road.
Tue,day Jan. 20.-In Senate, a bill relative to
the supreme court, was paied and sent to the
House i the hill for continuing the Cumberland
road west of ZanesViHe, was pm.ed. In Ihe
House the bill establishing the territorial gov.
ernment of Huron, was passed, 12 to TO-; the
the late Samuel Chapman Esq.-
- -- - - - ' - j
T UK officers of the 63d Hegt. N. C. Militia,
Will SDDCar at the court. home in Sollt.
burj, 10 o clock, A. M on Friday, the 27th inst.
arined and equipl .as ihe.law. -directt. Sat DM. .
By order of I'.dw. Varbro', Col. Comdt.
S.VM I,. l.mi.Y, Jirttnr Jdj.
- FtkJZd,. 429,. .. 3tii. ,
IIOMAS Ml I.I., Jr. respectfully
informs his ctistomrra antt h
publir, h:it lie has removed his Boat and Shoa
establishment to the building immediately be
tween Mr. b'eorgo Drown :orf and the Post
Office, and but a few attj from Court-
nouse i where he intends to carry on the busi-
u, .mnonzKig me government to subscribe 4,. I very extensively. Il.s new shop is as con
,..uiBioiurnraiiccomiHyIi?'iit-ni as any stana in towhi where
U'.t linqc.l . fhA kill a..)..:..- ... ' '
II Will pl-M. htm In romiul.t. Ih.t wti. t. kar
A4 4,.1m km I. vwf . ikw wk. .ly wui t. " irj."
Saliibury, . V i. 3d, 18:9. 3t55
The communication ot A Subtcriber, rs
received, and shall be published, in a
week or two, with cheerfulness.
Snov.vrt igiin had slignl falI
'jow, lt, week. For two weeks past,
'n weather hss beep wet, sour, and ccl't-
ietsey Jordan end - others -tv- Simon
Green and others, from Franklin. Fin
Decree . - ..
sr..v n-f.i-'T.-r- - tJi.r;ix Vt.
milieu u. vuiiuci, uuui treueu. it ia or
defed thai thlicaueDC'fran
Court below, having been, prematurely
removed each party to pay their own
costs' in this Court.
COMMON LAW CAVSES.
Den on demise of W. M. Snecd and
o'hers v. John Mc Geehee, appi. frorn
Caswell. Rule for new trial discharged
John H. Alley v. Noah -Hampton, from
Rutherford. Rule lor new trial discharg
ed, and judgment affirmed.
State v John H. Koane, from Burke.
Rule for new trial discharged, and judg
ment for the Statflai '
for a while, and a revival of business."
The D. States ship Falmouth was at
Vera Cruz when the Leonidas sailed.
Price at Xrw Orlean, Jart. 5. ..Sugar 6 cents
per pound) molasses on the plantations 18 to
20 cents per gallon ; lead 4 to 4 cents per
pound y flour ft,3U per barrel, cotton a to-13
cents per poundT
It is said that an acre of sugar cane yields
iauu pououi oi sugar worui gao an4 Uutt on
slave can take care of 10 acres.
jrKi2Z of New
Ywt -ami Wt1l'JrWrfeH:sola yeatinUyT
a88-!;sa..a,n advance .s2Sjcti.;.onxm,
prices i but the news published thia morning
fper Napoleon has put things where they were
before. Holders are, however, very firm ; the
stock on band is moderate.
Tueiday, Jan. 6. 'The Senate was engaged
most of this day, in consideration of Mr. Benton's
resolution relative to the sinking fund act of
1817, the deposits of the government in the
Bank of the United States, and the Public Debt i
Mr. Benton sooke two hours on the subiect. In
the- House, Mr. Miner offered two resohitions,
with a long preamble, relative to the slave trade
in the District of Columbia, and looking to the
abolishment of slavery in the District ; the Ore
gon bill was a whorl time under consideration t
the House adjourned early, in consequence of
navmg peara oi tne J;at rMn, vm?
r -. . win it-Aiivc in irtM ..... .
." ,, Vv , . . u,c oe"ate, was
passea nnaiiy mrougn tins bouse.
luage Jannton. ll.e National Intelligenrer
of the 'J8ih i.lt, says it is extremely doubtful
wi.e.uc, ,ic juuiisiun win Of? Ue .0 attend
this session of the Supreme Court, owing to the
injury he received by the upsetting of the stare
near Greensboro,' in 'his Hate.
SaUthury Fricri, Fch. lth.VuUnn in scedl
lf tn2TrTrt.'cnrn"2t)To ?5. flrtrkr 3.50 tn a
trr H to 12, flour 4.50 to 5 per barrel, wCat 50
to 75, Irish potatoes 40 to .50, sweet do. 25 to 30
brown sugar 12 to 15, coffee 46 to 22, salt 1.V5
to 1.50, homespun cloth 30 to 60, whiskey 22 to
25, bacon 8 to 10. 1
10U ttll 06
THOMAS MULL. Jr.
p) f I'SI'fXTFlIXV informs bis
I I SsJ i..'iainiairccs ana tne pub-
II "'. naring pureiiHsed Mr,
SVi t hen. Hct-ioY Hoot a
baron 6 to 8, peach brandy 65 apple do 40 to'45,'
butter 15 to 20, corn 35 to 40. fiixmA
5.f5to r.ftft, tard7, tnolasneJ 40, sugar fOf to II
w 10 auow Uj wheat 1.36, hnkey 23
,0,3- l-- hank nofes 1 a 2 per cent. pre.
Charhttm, Jan. 11....... Cotton 8 to 9 cents,
flour $irhikey 27to S'bi&sItftSTj'hiCsIl
best kind of bagging 22 to 24, salt 40 to 50, corn
46, coffee 11 to 14J....North Carolina bank bills
2J,per cent, discount j Georgia, 1 ditto.
Kemarlc. Since the last advices from Liver
pool, of the depressed state of those markets
for Cottons, together with- the continued high
Freights and low rate of Exchange, has caused
our market to decline full, half a cent on all
descriptions, particularly on the middling and
lower qualities. Sales to. some extent have
been made at 8 1-2 for mixed to good fair lot
and up to 9 a 9 1-2 for pod to prime the tatter
price for selections. .Fine Cottons offuvouriu
Brands reach 10 a 10 1-2.
Camden, Jan. 31. Cotton 7.50 to 8j, flour 6 a
6 for that made at Camden mills wheat gl,
corn 40, oats 30, salt, 87 J.
Baltimore, Jan. 30 Flour to 8 .V), cot
tfo 10 to II, wtmltey 2, tb 25), firtcbn 10 to J?.
II inai, UBTinr niircim
1- . ... ... ...
eiTaninnmem in tlie town ol Sahs burv. nt m.
ployd lh fentieman as rnrrman of thr thrm, -he
is prepared to execute all ordera for making
BOUTS and SHOES.
of every description, on short notice, and f, irm.
He intend constantly to keep a supply of thd
most superior Northern Leather, and to emplov
from 15 to 20 fust rate workmen which wilf
cnabie-ium.to roaaA-Ute-aort U)rait kinds wf -TRois
and hoes for Ladir, and Gentlemen, amP
of the very best materials. He also kerpa art
assortment of. Hoots and 9ha nnnitanllff n .
hand, inanufactitred at his own shop, for tho
acewnmodatwrn of those win w.ay with to be
auppUd Mi-aantMvn mergency. ? -
minting. - 1jt55 ;
1 Hh utmost efforts shaTT be nied lb give entires
satihfiction to all his customers and he hopea
thereby to Secure their continued confidence
and patronage. SaHiSiiry, Xov. 18, 1828. s'
A FIRST tt.tT E . ,- . ..
VaVlsi Tcad Wtvntcv,
TO take charge of a Srhoot in or near Stated
ville. Apply to Thomas A. Allison j or
James M'K'night, in Statesvillc.
Jan. 26A, 182'J. 2t53 .
IOR sale, vholetale and retail,' Srcsr Cottot,
Number 6 to 15, inclusive, at the Factory
prices, from Fayettev'ille. Apply, to