1'ukU.kar of lb l.iwlal. ,r n
- Al Ik fft;iHi i,i m'rtr af r .ir ,,4
raaaKara pr..ir, erf lh tim....f , pr,i0
"vmmntnH nr fa.
nil gM art MM in. iu,n-....
-ill l..nH af tvh rttHarr ff iy t,ai wr. a.d m
fit wrk Wftk ika, ara iMM tlwtvaNar. faatjk nr
r mi all I'Urra alaraaara b, lb r.ailm, ar Ikri may uu a.
' w t vf mm mm
W aaakta T I Mil
SALISBURY, ROWAN COUNTY, N.
Provided, That this
, m ' United sV.Wrt.i.-v, ,. C4WI
Seuion tfthe 'SrewfirM Otmress.
' hum urn e.
h i shall not kJip
repeal in? !, ow in force r5EE
heemtmn of uRar refined in the
United btaies, except to change the rie
e so soon as the exports of sugar --
- 4 - 'c istfie ar
Approved, 21 at Jan. IB .
laehvered 5n the Hah a ft.IL' .!
I.h 10.L . . --VHaHTfti. Iha, .. .t . . ..
tmtZ -S?. 4 W Vh to "r ' c""n, It i. as follows : 1
Y'V" 1 Here Mr. a .h ,k ... ,
he&r f -Woo of P. telr. .!.7!t, 'HIua W
amend. a:i aa.cutillol J An act for.
the' better organization ol the Medical' l.
partment of the Nary," Approved 24fh May,
BE it enacted bit the Hecate and House
c RrftresentaHvet of tht United State o
JmerkainCongrenH assrmtled, J hat iverv
Surgeon who vu in the Navy at the time
of the passage of the act for the better
ori'ani8uon of the Medical' Deptrtment
of the Navy, approved iweniy foart of
Mav, one thousand eight hundred and
twenty-eight, shall be entitled to the ad
ditional par kand rations (according to
length of service) provided for by the
fourth section of that act, notwithstanding
such Surgeons rn jv not have been i xn
ined, or received their appointments ir
the manner prescribed by the first section
Speaker of the House of Kepresentatives.
j. r. CArnrouK.
-Vice PreiWent.of the L'Aitrd Siatei, and
Preiider.t (X tlie 3e riatt.
Tiproved: 21 tt Jan. 1829.
30HV ULiNTV A.MS.
i .arMBca 7.
An Act for altering the timc i for holding ht
aeiiioni of the Circuit Court of the United
atatfl ferihi District .of Georgia, at .the
phc'- provided by law.
UK it enacted by the Senate and lhue.
of Qriresentativcs of the United States of
America tnXongrM assembled, I hm the
Mitth Cirrtut Court of the United States
forth District of Georgia, which. is 6y
law appointed to be holden on the fourth
Monday in November, annuallv, at Savan
nah, in the said State, shall hereafter be
holden on the Thursday after- the first
Monday in November, annuallv, at Mil
htdgevllfe, in the said State ; and that tt-
snsion of the said Court whkh is novf
required bf Itw ro be holderron the shtrh
4arof May arrnuifly, at MtHwhxe-riitrj.irr
Ik said Siit, shall bereafter be holden
on the Tliursdjy after the first Monday
May annMsJ, at asnnh, in the h
State; and that ell process, which shall
Live been issued, and ail recoumzncea
(returnable, and all suits and other pro
ttedings, which have been continued to
the said Courts respectively, on the day!,
land at the places hcre'oloic provided by
to amend the judicial system of the United
lik it enacted by the Senate and House
of fiffiresentati ves of thr "United States of 1
America in Longrets assembled. Tim if, at
any session of the Supreme Court, four
justices inerol shall not attend on the
day appointed lor holding said session,
uch Justice or Justices as mar attend
shall have authority to adjourn said Court
from day to day, for twenty days after
the time appointed for the coromenre
ment of said session, unless four Justices
hall sooner attend; and the business of
said Coutt shall not. in such cases be con
tinned over to the next stated aessiot
thereof, until the expiration of said tven
ty davs.hsteatfof the ien dmo Utni
mil iiiVlaii' --' v- ?!
Siandar. h- mlTt Jtr Jr
of the amm7mehyW m-itrj&W
from Tennessee, Mr. Crockett 8
considered it UUy foijunate that tich
not been the rase-t fo snhseqtynt
reflection had fullv convinced MrA t
the passing of that measure would on H
direct injory to the very peroni who
it was intended tn hncfii. Th L.n.i i.
Thirdlf . That all, I
Pvr . j L newed lor the
M be rTrf-
of America, .orw VjuhWVWiJuvd for
cord'iog'-to.theirirespeettve and usual pro
portion in the general charge and expen
dilute, and shall be faithfully disposed of
for that purpose, and fbr no other usVor
purpose whatever." .Larva of the United
question, which was sought for on thi States, fiagr 87, vol. II, 3d section of an
one hand by h3 State, and on the o:her4c' f a ce,in oj the claims' of th. State
a a - f k aO . - -
Sec 2 And be it further tnacted, Tim
itlt snail so tMf;sen, during anv term !fl .
!. iaiu vuuri) i lour () IOC
Judges shall have ussembled, that, on
anv day, le,s thin the number of four
IL".,1?J!?.?I1?.'-jn?ulR M JMg i so
assembling shall have authority to adj'luin
said Couri from day io day until a quorum
shall attend, and, when expedient and
proper," m.y nonrn the same without
Approved, 2lt Jan. 1S?9.
Boot am rSVioc .Making .
770 IMS' MULL, Jr.
F.SPF.CTFULLY informs his
mm. ....... .. .
acquaintances and the pub-
at, having purchased lr.
Dickson's Root nd
esTaiNisi.m t m ilie town of aJiaburv, and em
ployed tha' fentleiian aai Ityrcnau. of. thavshaa,
h'tfl prepared to etecnfe all orders for making
BOOTS ani SHOES.
d"ewr4-TfrtiOfi, m short notice; and for res-
sonaale. prices. . ..
He mtrnds crnirtaiitly to kef p nlpiyof ihe
moat a-it-crwr Northern Uathor, and it emntoy
from XS la 2Q fuat uir a ml u k
enaOte utm o na ui moar-e'trRii t.mn i
Boot and ShO for Ladies and Gentlcmrn, and
of thi very beat material. He a!o keeps mi
aaaortriient of "(loot's arid Jlioes " cnntaoly nn
liau.l, manotWcurl at 'n -own h'p, for th
accommKla:ioii J' those 'io mi isti io he
supplied on a Hidden cmci frencv.
Owing to th" prewire of c time, he w ill
n!low a I hfral iid'.lg'nr-.' to ' ) !ic feel . aaf
in tr,is'. inir. lo.-a
or tttcir rfl!?etliJC saaU ue leturn
til J l i i . i . . -i . ; i I
tu, arm inni loiw conumieu io in u-... .re n i.. . . : ,.:
..awaitMM ll III l l . , , I.I.' l.ilUI TI..IM, "III,., I IT ,11 E,C II 1 IIX
mms, at the trmtn end -pf tees--herrt1 s:i!Vno--fm v.;'l f.:-": -rrr--. aid-he hopes
provided lor (he mcetine ol the said i ilicrrin to m-cur. ilr lr co uiuued conhMrnrr;
Approved: Slat Jan. 18.9.
Act to alio' a salary to the Marshal of the
Eastern District of irgima.
RE it enacted bu the Seiate ami House
tRrireenariea of the United States of
iwnca in Congress assembled, That th
i of two hundred dollars be, and the
hereby is, allowed, annually, as a
Mlary to the Marshal of the Eastern Dis
Met of 'Virginia.
Approved: 2tst Jan. 1809.
M' M II all 9.
a Act to establi'i n port of Lntry at Magno
lia, io Florida.
BE it enacted bu the trnntr and ffoitr
Representatives of the Un ted States of
Vmcrica m Congress assembled. Toat -II
'.'Ort&. harliiirv. ihir. n,.l ,t- .t..t. .1
I main land in Florida, and of the U
Ms opposite and nearest thereto, exten
Rip from Ocklockhey bay to Chariotn
sf"0r, be. uutl they ar hereby, estsb
rug a oiiei tion District, by the nami
It 1 1 . . f a. . . J
e oi. mark s District; and a port ol
1 Shalt be estalilished at Mairnolia fur
district, and a Collector shall be ap
om'd, who shall give the same bond,
Collectors of the other Districts in
3. Jndbe ii farther maetrif. Th
M')'aftdSt. John's river, shall he an
tXcd to, and made a pari of, the Collet
"""istrirt of St. &iiin.ltn.
graved ': 21st Jan. 1829.
I11 Ad alloini an aJJ..'. I .1 L.-l
EPrerflWd i,rthc Uni,ed Stttte. Mid exported
iry ijr i- U'tiA mm J use
reset, at 'ves of the. United States of
10 IV ti n rrt: n. . kUJ f h ,. . ?r
L t - o 1111 iitirtl. u, Aimtjllll.il
I ter the passage of this act, there
Ml he &li...... j - j . .
rn- w nrawDacx on supar re
rc,( the Un!it Ra.a. j ...
',rm of five cents per pound, in lieu
'he druwhact , 1.... n a k-
I" on t,,.. .
- -""fiBi-.si retincd, and exported:
I10MAS 1 1. 1.. Jr. respectfully
informs his customers and the
puhlic, ffetti ,e has removed Ins llnot und Shoe
establiah'nent to the building immediately be
tween 'Yir. Vreorgc Hrowu r store and ihe Post
Office, a:id hut a few steps from th Court
House; where he intends to ca:xv on the Imw.
ness very extensively. His new shop is as con
Tenia t as any stand in town ; w here
It will ulraar lilaa In arrnaja.4aU Ikaar whn a-k to kar ;
4 mi laA klia la wan oa Ikna. whl. ail, waa( In " try
Salisbury, ,tb. 3d, 18.9.
VroUcr & uU n;Uut.
Watch and Clock Makers and Jeweller,
CHARLOTTE N C
HAVE just received an
of articles in their line ;
which they will sell very
luw fac ChjiIl qp tn nunr.
(Sse ' r2?ltWL tual customers on a cred-
J h kinds of-Wthes repaired, ami war
ranted to perform well.
3W 34. ISM. 23
WvvU'litSs Jewelry &c.
1:11'. subscriber has lust
returned from the
" orth, with as good an as.
is .was ever oftVred for tale in this phew; his
Jwiw ia.tte latent -moatfOn, awl thei
nuist laahionahle and elegant kind- to be had in
any of the Northern Cities: elegant Gold an,l
Silver Hatches; plain Do.; &c. Uc. . And in a
few rlavs, he will receive a very elegant assort
ment of Military Goods. Also, all kinds of Oil-ver-tVare,
kept constantly on hand, or made to
order on short notice. All of which will be sold
lower than such good? were ever disposed of
before in this place.
The puhlic are respectfully invited to call and
examine these goods; their richness elegance,
and cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing those who
wish to buy, . '. :
All kinds of Watchen Repaired, and warranted
to keep time : the shop is two doors below the
coifrt-hnuse, on Main-street. ROBT. WYNNE.
Salisbury, May 26. 1828. 20
. SHERIFFS DEEDS,
FOR land sold by order of writs of venditioni
exponas, lor sale at this office
by the occupants who hsd settled upon
it, had, it wis well known, been ceded hu
-. n .
,qnn Yamuna, under certain reserva
tiorrs and conditions. The United States
was bound to observe, and to Cause to be
observed, those conditions; and the House
should bear them .in mind when legisla
ting upon the subjec. North Carolina
had expressly reserved the right of per
fe 'ing all ti'tes to grants of I ndsmude
to officers and soldiers of the Continental
Iaina.4f tiij Stale for RavoUinortwy nd
other services. The amendment, which
he had relerred to above, went to disturb
hich he considered ought
to be heht eaered and inviolable. It waa
proposed, by that amendment, to give
10 the actual sejtlers thereon under vari
ous conditions, and to vest the igit of
perfecting the titles thereto in tie Gov
crnor and the other Slate offieers)f Ten
ne,e,eJlwW JuMerir oppQie. i0.tbe
Sanettontng of su h a propotitioi hy a
vote of the House There were numer
ous North CaroJina warrants foriand y.M
remaining unsettled ; maov of Uem be
longed to widows and their orphm chil
dren, and to minors ; and it had from
those circumstances been difficul to pu
their claims in a train of speedy adjust
ment. Now, suppose the House p issed
the bill, did not gentlemen perrehe what
would be the inevitable results? Let
them grant the hundred and sixu acres
to emch occupant ; and then, when the
holder of the outsiandin r; -Kofih Caroftrrs
varrants wen! and advanced their iust
and eqmt .ble pretensions and laid claim
to the lands secured to them Vjr a solemn
ii (gat ion wi tnrowu open to the citizens
ol thoe States And ho was tbst litiga
tion o betermtnatrd ? W there a ju
dicial tribunal in .he United States, or in
deed in the civilized world, that would
not immediately decide anv litigated case,
r,ninil d upon such a basis, in favor of the
North Citolina claimants ? That solemn
aTftf hfftding.insxryjrnent, the act of cession
expressly provided lor the payment of
those claims, nd unless all law and all
justice ware alike boine down and de
stroyed, all the laws of Congress and all
the courts of justice in the Union could
not invalidate its provisions express and
s'ipulnted Litigation on the most ire
oiendous scale would inevitably ensue, to
'ne ImpoverishnvMU of the people and
tdr ruin of the settlers on the lands- Eet
every gentlemm 'hen, who tould enter
tain such an idea, n-flec. that the most
y .YorfA Carolina to a certain district of
Wh ,t amwer could be made to that ob.
jection to the bill as proposed to be
amended- There all the surplus land was
specifically appropriated directed to be
applied to a certain expressed purpose
" lor the USB and benefit of the United
States of America, .YorfA Carolina inclu
sive, according to theit respective and
usual proportion pud expenditure." It
vm further said thasiv shll ttv hp-sd
of for noother purpose whatever.
North Carolina, then, was entitled to a
proportionate share in the advantages ac
fining from that fund and lis pro teJs,
and the surplus land could not, consistent
ly with that provision in the act of ces
sion, be disposed of for atl'y Other purpose
whatever How could the House obviate
that objection to the amendment before
1 ak(M4v in I smSSVa .May.. aWv . -
Mr. C. observed, in conclusion, that his
honoralde friend from Tennessee, Mr.
Crorkeit, ha I done him but justice in
giving bim credit for every disposition to
unite, cheerfully, in any measure tending
to promoi'j the interes's of his Mr.
Crorketi,'J constituents; and, likewise,
to advance bis own views and wishes in
dividually He could not, however, in
justice both to North Carolina and the
United States, support his amendtnen -If
lie. mitrhl for moment revert to hK
amendment, he would desire gentlemen
ttrbear in mmdj- also, another onjecinn
in it, which appeared to him final and
conclusive against the measure proposed
I mean 'I bat u. witioh directs th- (iv
ernor and State Oljictrs of Tennessee to
intended by "the amendment to be given
to the occupants. Congress, he would
maintain, and indeed the lact was not to
he denied, had n power to direct the
Executive or the Officers of State to per
forin any act, of whatsoever nature ii
illicit be Those functiohsrie's were en
tirely exempt from the -control rf the
frcneraf (Jovrrnmcht He knew it had
been observed, that the amendment only
said that the State officers may issue
patents, Ac to the occupants ; but was
not every one aware that the word may
was, in all judicial proceedings, construed
to mem shall ? Hut, supposing they
were directed to do these things, and they
should, as they had an undoubted right
to do, refuse compliance wiib. or obedi
ence to, (call it which they please,) the
mandate of the General Government
What was to be done then ? There w 13
,,f- . M forMfcii.ra h
I'll . 1 sav-n,vD.
When r ... n ...:r.
1 . iir inrn 1
ftMtic conrerw. . a "tr cl0"
oweat. t "
When I see a father or mother neg-
ecting the education of their children.
nd suffering them to run wild in the
streets, in the high road to perdition,
without the am idlest effort to rescue
them by parental authority, I say pay
wh it thou ovAtcst.
When lsee a cVdd who has been ten
lerly brought up by fond and doatiog
parents, treat them with disrespect
and inattention perhaps with cruelty
in their old age, I sav, in the moat
emphatic mannerpay what thotx
When I aee a man giving large and
rxpeffsive ehwrainmeni-.11vftig iti i
style of princely ex.tr.tv igancr, regard-
ess of the rtuno-is consetiances t, his
rttnr And at the mime time puitme
off th- payment of tradcsmmVbilhr.
under the most frivolous pretences. I
am re.idv to cryout, in a voice of thun
der pay wht thou owest.
A 'tiirn cut among the I ; '! 1,-.
Sultan t'n Turkish Einpnot) his invi
ted the Cheick Islam, or Chief of tho
Law, to put on the mili'ary unifonna
informing iiim that ho wishes it for the
sake of example among his brethren A
meeting of 'he bar ook place, lb consult
upon ihe subject, and utter a long session
ol 14 Irturs, voted an humble address to
his SiiMime Highness, in which Sey
freely pledged "iiieir lives, their fortu
nes, and nii ir sarrrd honor," but begged
leave respectfully ;o decline serving as
loldjers. The Purie was firm, iitl H"' -ed
them lo fetonsMt- - Cum g4wtrt
tfuf," replied the Ulemas. or, 1- C ,urt
reserves the point, as a UumletHrg juffgo
in. Europe wouJd.siy. iuiouier. mtti
otk' pf're;.. Which was soon ait roim'.iVsa
to f-nfifine them ' vtnnff tity tmil -agree?-Tiiis
soon brought them m terms, and
thev now form an impoioir force oi near
ly 1 200 sfrongri'Trder i he eomm ih'rj oTtfio
old Cheick Islam. There nas-sume lifTi
rul'y at first in preserving among so
many- prrrfessed talkers,- nv -thine; like
Ml4Mce." " 1 oh hb-n obvFsted - put
ting to instani death -any wet who n.... . ,:
motion in the roks. They teim uit
thro-vir.t? a member ot rr the bar Tuo
havela'terly imprtjved so much Lint tney
are under marching orders, and expect
soon so file a ill igsinst the fiuians.
Ceditnt arma togae. is inscibed on tlveir
pirchmcnt stan " .Voah.
AURIC i.rt'tt iL.
The following premiums will be eompeted fof
at the next annual exhibition of the Ijncoln
. Agricultural Sscisty, to be held at Lincoln!, tn, on
. . ... i . A . I- . a- : 1: .1. ..1 w.
oeieienous coniequeocea svoui" now to ; 00 war n.i MlJ tr,c second Wc.lues.Uy in November. 1829, viz:
a . I . I a! f . W I ..i . .Mil I II '
tne occupams tnemse.ves, irom noin.ng as ..c . .w, u, . . , hoMe R um uf
out to them the prospect of obtaining I I hus the amendment ttsell would he -r the best single hors-Plough -
ftee and Rratuttous donations of the pub mere nullity. I le had, therelore, with the . l or the best Home or Mole, not les than
lie lands, and in that manner inducing ! object of meeting thr views ol his honor
them to settle upon the public domain ; j able frien I from the Western district of
thereby sowing a seed which he repeated Tennessee, Mr. Crockett, draughted an
would not fail to produce a most abun- amendment, which, in the event of the
darit harvest of litigation. He proceeded J House rejecting the proposition now be
m express his deliberate and confirmed lot e iheuu he should submit, as an
opinion, that there was no power vested ; amendment to the proposition of his
in the United States, to abrogate a tight ! honorable friend from Tennessee, Mr
secured to a State or a citizen by a con-1 Polk At the same time, be should con
ditional agreement similar to ttut con- j sidcr himself not pledged to support the
tained in the act of cession. If tha bill j bill in its present shape. Ifdid not grant
did not provide for the right of -North preference of entry to the occupants
Carolina, or the neP" hnhting-hcr war arithnilt charge : whereas.' He Should CHI
'ants, he had no hesitation in pronouncing 1 phatically say . ive the land to t Hem, al
it to be his opinion, that under all the cir Iter paving off, or reserving sufficient to
ettmstanees of the ese,- it-waee-violation
of the public faith, and an infnogement
on the just rights of the State j yet, even
providing for the liquidation of alt the
ifTtH':wiide'; oh ' account 'aT&'''&3ft h
Carolina land warrants, he repeated that
the adjudication, of every court of la
pay off, the whota of the North Carolina
f Mr.Carson's amendment went to pro
vide-', that Tertnmein,appmpr1atg'the
said landsi shall give witKoiit charge, tft'atl
pet-Ms who sbali iwve- made ttnprev :
ments on, or shall be in the actual posses
sion of. anv of the vacant lands herein
would and must be in favor of the parties- ceded, on or before first day of April next,
' laiming uoder the express provisions of" or their lawful assignees, a quantity of
mat art of cession, which was as olain, ! such vacant Und, not exceeding each one
precise, snd binding on the United States hundred and sixty acres, "which shall, in
fa a a I ' ! I...I. iL.ir imnrrtDamanil far
as Isnzuage could possiuiy irame it. an cases, mciuuc men iui,u,v...v...;.
That was, and must continue to be, an in
superable objection , it was, he must
again tell them, absolutely beyond,,, their
rvower to armul bv anv legtstaitve aet m .
v. . . .... " ....:.!: j
settlements; provided, that when two or
more persons are settled on vacant lands
so contiguous to each other, as not to al
low of a grant of one hundred and sixty
their part, the stipulations contained m acres to eacn, tne survey au ire muC ..
that instrument. manner as to give to each an equal
Mr. C. aroceeded. There wssanotber, ! proporlbn, .quantity and quality being
and, it miftt be seen, a very important ; considered, unles . the settlers shall
condition attached to the act of cession. 1 airee; in which case the survey dial! bt
Let gentlemen refer to ibat publte t!ecc! matle n conform!' rh ifte sgftameni.
.1 nor more than 5 vearn oltl ....
For the h-si piece of plain domestic cloth,
mixed of cott ot 11 nd wool .....
The beM pied- of twilled mixed at above -The
bent cov. rlct of co 'on and wool, and
fir the t cotton, each -Hie
beat piece of ill liraU.flnn?.! ijot les
tiian 5 yds -
The heat piece of blanketing t one qua o ily
The best piece of (Vpetiog not teas than
'Mid nor 1 a ; dc - -
The rreatrsl nua-itity of Cotton raVed o
1 acre of iiiilaml
Thr JfTS't" quantity ul caru raised ou 1 .
acre of upla id '
The creates quantilv of com raned on I
acre of reclamed bottom land - -
The greatckt quantity of corn raised on 5
acre of land rreln'HBed without the aid
of stable manure
The greatettt quantity of Wheat raised on 1
.- eewref-.ttpiawtt1 -yrr. .Vtefflfg 5 8
the grVatcsH qoaotity aJjR4. Oft X acre. of .
the rpratt qoantjty of Kye raised l
sere of upland .....
The greatest quaatil) raised on 1 acre of
bottom land ' - - -
The greatest qujn ity of barley raised on
t acre iiplaod -
Tiie greatcu quantity raised on 1 acre
bottom la id
The greatet (pianiiiy am! bent quality of
hay raised on 1 sera upland - - -The
heat straw cutter .......
The b?t constructed cotton harrow . - .
The best construct d plough for opening
ateriarrujdutfliitrii.tfji lor depomiiij
manure - '
I he reatot quantity and best quality of
wool sheared from 5 sheep - -' -
The best whetstone for whetting I'.ngliali or
Cermsa Scyhes .......
The bel for whetting Carpenter or hviccrs
r 1 0