S.UJSnUKY, JIOWAX COUNTY, N. C... ...TUESDAY, MAY 3, 10237
VOL. IX.....NO. 465.
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I,;.. Ik 14JIM, "! all . V 44HIp
" m t W" ' Mill M r 4
..M v1 f um4 r mA' . pif mi
or .on a. credit.
for approved paper, new,
- wen made fntkry; mose
' who with to supply them-
LTP5 - selves h vehicle,
fc -;' -.rr:rus7"uidtdo weii apply
.) ' 1 ,,.,. luon, m it b believed o
fivoraHe an opportunity to procure one, will
pet iooi Otter again. . WJWAKI) CKLM.
5diihHrs,F ib. rih, 1129. 54
V cY4iiniV& Stag lAne;,
'r ftS". . .iT-i T 4 "i operation, from
&il:tel4LrjilM. llncqloton, N. C. to
. ; Uran'i Station, Ten newt
vhtcii i tl'f ituricirt rout from Kaleiirh tr
Xttusi!l, a 'tit fully apnear on elimination
the follofrinr distance vii.
Frxw. Raieir b to HIibnv, 1?0 mile.
From tbence to Morjtntun, 80
Trom tbf ncl to Athvillr, - W
From then to Warm "prinjjl, 33
Jrora tbence To Newport, 2J
ratif aH.tolCnrport; wbereloi
line interaeeti th other.
Trae!Ien from tf eouth of Raleigh, and in
- tfce, neiithbofbood. of. Fajrj.!'xili?, wili fiw it
. .BUthJhe prefermble and ihorteiit route for them
Btr4rl In linonifle, r" thai acdion i bf tbuh
try. That part of tbii line from Aihfille to
Warm Spring, pae over a new and elegant
Turnpike Uuad, runnipr the whole riinUncr on
" thebiufT'.flTie' fiver, affordinif t the traveler
the moat rvtnintic, pictureaque and pIcMirg
view imafinahle f
The stage linef from Columbia. S. C. ami Fay
etteville, N. C. inrfethi line at Lincoln ton t
the line from Auginta. Ceo. i't'eneci it at h
villej and the line from Islington, Krntucky.
interaecti it at Newport. -Thm rt will be aren
that lacilitie are afforded fir travellers tu reach
any auction of the CniteJ States ( and the wfo.
criber honei uch manifett advantagvt, will
ccure hit line tbe support of a discriminating
public. S.VMUFJ. NF.WLANI).
Marganton, X. C. Mirth 23, 1829. 3mt7J
.jtmr mm. lUtomMUtk ungual j iu
.t Vr CMJ?tf, j - '
An Act lo luthorize a SubdtDtMin for stock. 'r
lt part of tke. United States, la the Lauiaville
,and FpruKj CnM Cpmj nj.
BE U rnatltd tu the Senate and llouir
if ' firjircientativei if the Vnitti Sahi m
America in Cor.rt$t atemMeiti ThaTThe
&f crctirf of the 1 reaaurv bcr nod h
hereby it, solhorlzed and directed to tub
crib for or pnrchase, in the name and
for the tite of the United States, an
stock frhicn may have been forfeited io
the Company, and which ah 41 be undii
poaed of on the fourth thy hf March next
not eiceedinfj thirteen hundred and fifty
sharcttof the Capit.l Sio k"of the Loula
ville end Poitland Cnal Company ; and
io pay lor the aume, when called upon by
avid Company, out of any ruoney in the
irrvy, not oiherwue annronr ated
' is g -
Provided, Said ahire can be hid for
aum not exceeding one hundred dolUra
See 5. J be ii further enacted, Ths
the a. id Setreiary of- the Treaury abal
voic for FreaideM and Dirccori of aaid
QlOTrjynrt otdmttrj tech - number o
thares and ihall receive, upon the u
atock. the proportion of ! he toll whiih
ahallfroni ijmip tirrie, bt due to the
yemed Stale Ior .lhcj'cfc aforeVaid.
SpeaVer of tlie Houae of Kepre irntatirei.
J. C. CALHOUN,
. Vice Freiident of the L'nifrd Stttei, and
FreiTde'nfftf the ?etwte;
Approved: 3 March, 1829.
JOHN QI INCV ADAMS.
"iVatch and Clock Maker t and Jeweller t,
TAVF. lust received an
T artlclea in "their Tiiie
; which they will Sell very
low for cash. Or to mine.
rc' "it cuatomeri,.po cred-
tCT All kinds of U'atcbea repaired, and war
ranted to perform well.
. July 3J. 1828. 23
THE subscriber bat just
returned from ihe
North, with as good an xs
sortm. nt of
as wns eer offered for ale in this place; Lis
Jeae'ry is of the latest imonrtationa. ami the
- -ijioat -ltioable and eleganl ItintlMq be had in
any of the Northern Cities; elegant Gold and
Silver M'atchct pUin Do. ; Sc. Kc. And in a
few da, he will receive a very elegant annort
ment of Military Gaudt. Also, al! kinds of W
itr-lt'atr, kept constantly on han'K r flde4rt
order on ahort nutice An ot winch will be vm
lower than such roOl were ever disposed f
beforA in thi nlact .
The public are reiprcifullv invited to call atuf
examine these gocMls; thrir richness, elegonce,
and cheapness cannot Fail of pleasing those who
w ish to buy.
All kinds of Watchtt Hrpnired, and warranted
to keep time : the shop is two doors below the
court-hf use, on Main-street. ROBt .WYNNE
Salitbury, Marth 30, 1829. 20
N. B. I have recently employed an excellent
'workman,' Wlio vrtrt in future be constantly in aiv
Shop i ao that those (lisposed to patronize me,
in mv line of business, nerd be under no snore
"Tiensiofulfi eonsecniem;e of -my- coaaionaljib.
sne - K. WYNNE.
ALL those indebted to the aubcriler, by
. note, or otberwise& are hereby notified to
all immediately and make payment. This no
lice will apply more particularly, to all
-thoa-w4)o4o-not live ialihe immediate neigh-
borh bnd of Salisbury. BOB RT W VNN E.
da. I 1 "
hw in Roitian and Surry Counties
JESSE KERB Y and Thomas Oaks, executors
- f Sam'L Kerbv, William" C. Bird and
others i Supreme Court, December term, 132H.
By virtue f deeref made in the above cause.
I shaft expose to public, sale, before the.court
houve door, in the town of Salisbury, on Vlon.
day the 18th day of May nest, about I'AXi. acres
of hnd, be, the same more nr less, on the Yad
kin River, in the counties of Sutrv and Howan,
it being the tract of land sold by Sam'I. Kerhy
in 1ms life time to Jonathan Dalton. Terms of
the purchaser entering into Bond with app-oved
ecurity, payable to the Clerk, and the title to
tbe land to be retained until the payment of the
- JOHN L. HENDERSON, C. S. C.
- - SHERIFFS DEEDS,
OR land soU by order of writs rvenditioni
-v cpcra., i?r a;e
- svhiki U7.
An Act mating additional appropriations for the
Mipport of the Navy ol the United States for
the tear on", thousand eight hundred and
J1E it rnactrd by the Senate end Ifoute
of lteirtientativrt nj the United State$ of
America in Congmt attemhtrd. Thit. lor
defraying the cxptnscs of ths Navy for
the year one thousind etght hundred and
twenty nine, tbe-4ullnwing.au.mi be, and
the umc arc hereby, respectively appro
pi lad in , addition to Jhe acycr! iums
appropriated by the act of the TwttiTy
foUitU-vr-ZI)'i &n t bout in
dred and twenty eiebtt to-wit F
For tbe pay and aubstsience of the oCTi
cersf and pay of tbe aramen," other than
ttose afnavv yards,' shbrC stations, and-in
oidinafy. nine hundred and eighteen
thousand five hundred andourtcen dol
lars ; lor pay, subMi'ence, and allowances
ofcfBcrrSi and pay or the seamen at navy
rarils, shore tiija,.na&4jlul and xa.vir,
dinary, one hundred end sixty" 1 wo 176U"
urid nine hundred and thirty three dol
ldr;1Torp3 of SupcTThteTtcTenrrrNavat
constructors, and all the civil establish
ment, a the several yards and stations,
forty four thousand seven hundred and
seventy seven dollars ; for provisions,
three hundred and twenty four thousand
three hundred dollars j for repairs of vea
seTs1n'6f(TInir"vV"?in'd torTve?Tand tear o
vessels in commission, three hundred ana
fifty six thousand two hundred and fifty
six thousand two hundred and fifty doi
lrs ; for medicines, surgical instruments,
and hospital stores, twenty thousand two
hundred nd fifty dollars j for ordnance,
and ordnance stores, thirty seven thou
sand five hundred dnll.irs ; lor repairs
and improvements at navy yards, one
hundred and scven'v eicht thousand
seven hundred and fifty dollars; for de
fravine the exprnses that may accrue
during the year one thousand eight bun
dred and twenty nine, to wit : for frieght
wd mnsportation of materials and stores
of every description ; for wharfage und
dockagCj storage and rent, travelling ex
ptoses of officers, and transportation of
. . .
.t'Cii l ,fr Jncis?rnfal jator tnavjr yrd
not applicable to any Uher ipprepnefion
for coj! and other fad fof forgeii found
yjev and :em engvi for candles,"!,
and fuel for vessels Iivconjmlssion and in
wdintrjrY for re9lrf "inaglioM" and
powder homes; fof reparinjp caouljifor
snips to re built j n brjto other ob
jeci or purpose wnaicvtr, one Hundred
and Yiinety fle' thouiand dollars t for
ourin the year one thouund eight hun
dred and twenty nine, and not herein be
t . . .. .-
lore enumerated, tnree thdusind seven
hundred and fifty dollars i hr the reiro
bursemcnt of the Marshal ol Florida) for
expenses incurred in the cass of certain
Afiicns who were wrecked tin the coast
of the United States, and for. tie expense
of exporiintr them to Africi. sixteen
The flowing sums transferred to the
surplus fund i
For the gradual increase oi the Navy,
forty seven thousand six hundred and
nineteen dollars, eighty eight cents; for
survey of savannah by act of fourteenth
Match, eighteen hundred and twenty's! x
three thousand four hundred and sixty
seven dollars and twenty seven cents l for
capton of jWgerine vessels, by eels of
twewjrseventb April, one thousand eight
nundred tnd sixteen, and eighteenth of
uay, one thousand eight hundred and
twenty six, fourteen thousand six hun
dred and nine dolHrr, seventy five cents
lor pay and subsistence of the Marine
Corps, ninety one thousand seven hun-'
died sjd eighty I wo dollars for clothing
tor the same, twenty nve thousand one
hundred and twenty three dollars; for
fuel for the same, six thousand seven
hundred and thirty nine dollirsr; for con
tingencies for the same, twelve thousand
wo hundred and fifteen dollars ; for mili
ary stores for the same, two thousand
wo hundred and fifty dollars; for medi
cines for the same, one thousand seven
hundred and seventy seven dollars.
et 2. And be tturther enacted, 1 hat
he several auras hereby appropriated,
shU be paid out of any money in tbe
Treasury not otherwise appropriated. "
WWrpved; 2 March, 1829.
ghl-hHft- in Act makiw akiiinr kpprohtiation for the"
payment of im .tUroratiowr ami other pn-
moneiw of Xht- United Males tor the year one
tliouHaod eight hundred and twenty -nine. "
BE i enacted by the Senate and Houte
"construction of new .wharf ilfort Dela
ware tothousarid dollars." --- '
See. 2. 'And be iturther enacted, Thlt
ibe several sums hereby " appropruted
shall b paid out of any moneys , in the
Treasury, nut otherwise appropriated.
Approved! 3 March, i29.- - - .
the seven sums hereby appropriated
if Rcfi'ttentativei JtheVniied Staler OfJ'tU 'be'pBid biit ot any money in the j
An Act making additional apprnpristiooa for eer
tata fortifications of the Unitdd States for the
YtvTMt "thousand tight rruwled.aml twea.
HE it enacted by the' Senate and Ifoute
o ' Reftretentativtt of the United State of.
America in Cunereu aitemNed,'Thn the
loiiowing sums be, and the same are
hereby, in addition to tbe several sums
appropriated by the act of the twenty
fourth of May, one thousand fight hun
dred and fwemy eight, for ce'ialn fortift
cations of the United States, for the first
quarter of the year one thousand eight
hundred and twenty nine, to wit t for for
tifications, to each specifically, af fol-
For fort -Adams, st Newport, Rhode
stand, eighty thousand dollars ; for fort
lamilton, New York,; eighty thousand
dollars; for fort .Monroe, eighty five
thousand dollars ; for fort Calhoun, nine
tf thousand dollars j for frt : JUacou,
North Carolina, fifty Uiousahd dollars ,
for fort at Oak island, North Carolina;
orty seven thousand eight hundred and
Ihirly.fpur' dollars; for fortifications at
CharUaton, -South - Carollnar six f thou
sand dollarsi for fortifications at Savan
nab, Georgia,' sixty thousand dollars t for
fortifiraUona at Pensacola. West Hoi Ida,
buy five thousand dollars; for tort at
Mobile point, Alabama, eighty thousand
ollars; lot completion of the battery at
Bayou Bienvenue, six thousand four hun
dred and forty seven dollars and eighty
cenrs; for completion of the sea wall for
he preservation of George's islanrl, in
oston harbor, seven thousand three hun
dred and ten dollars and fifty four cents ;
or repair of the pier upon which is con
structed Fort La Fayette, and such other
repairs as are absolutely necessary fot
he preservation of that fori, thirty three
thousand three hundred and eighty ix
dollars and seventy cents ; for repairs at
Fort Delaware, fifteen thousand dollars;
for. repairs and conuncencies iil foftifipic
lions eleven thousand. twohuudrcd and
fifiy dollars. ':: ' :' :.y : i".'
"'. 5ec. 2. And be it 'farther enntted, Tb
seamen, house rent, champer r.ionc
fuel, and candles to ofBtcrs, other than
l h ose attac bed -!o the- na v y- y r d s. and s l a
lions, and tor omcers in sick quarters,
"where thee is no hospital, and for funer-
expensesri - for commissions cletk-hire,
piFrce rtaXf stationary, . and fuel to ayy
ire-nts ; for premiums and incidental ex
de serf eVr f for Tomprmattom - lrid
Advocates, for per' diem allowance ' lor
the persons attending crM martials and
burts of incjtitry, and ta officers engaged
on extra service ueyonci me limns oi
their stations; tor printing nd lor sta
tionary of every' description, and for
hooks maps, and charts, nauttcdl and
mathematical instruments, chronometers
models, and drawings ; for purchase qnd
repair of steam and fire engines, and for
niwehtneFf i-for- rurbase.axid,.4miAtea..
ance of oxen and horses, and for carts,
wheels, and workmen's tools of every de
scription ;' for postage of letters1 on public
service ; for pilotage ; for cabin furniture
of vessel in commission, and furniture
for officers' house at navy yards ; fof
a, . i a
laxes on navy yarns ana puouc property;
cc renrJcic;i rc.sciia-oi"i
America in Congrett attembled, That the
following sums be, and they are hereby,
respectively appropriated towards the
milhary service of the year one thousand
eight hundred - and wentyiine- in addi-
ion to the several sums appropriated by
the act -of- the twenty fourth of May, one
housand eight hundred and twenty eight,
io w $ -
For invalid and half pay pensioners,
exclusive of a balance on hand ot one
X . . . .
hundred and eighty one thousand nine
nundred and eighty dollars and nine cents,
Iuriy.4wQ.thQusandone hundred andjhir
tetn dollars; fot Revolutionary pension
ers, exclusive of a balance on hand of one
hun-tred and ten thousand six hundred
sod fifteen dollars and seventy cents, four
hundred and eighty nine thousand three
hundred nd eighty four dollars
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the several sums hereby appropriated,
shall be paid out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriated.
Approved: 2 March, 1829.
Treasury, not otherwiso appropriated.
Approved : 2 March, 1829.
An Act makine appropriations for the erection
and completion of certain Barracks anOUuar. Jsend me.proviaions ready cooked, in great abun
" TivCatf .'TTIiinMrloia'aTaccoCpr'o
expedition into the interior of Africa, he statM
that he came near rettine "into a scrape wiih
the old Governor of Vas,a-ctry of Horgoo, h
whom he had hitherto been Heated very hospi
tably) -by coquetting with a licit and buxom
widow. He says:
I had a visit, amontr the number, from the
daughter of an Arab, Who is very fair, cuiu Her
self a white woman, is rich, a widow, and wants
a white husband. She is said to be the richest
person in-- W'awa, having ..ihe best house Jn. tbe
town, and a thou-and slaves SheJhowed a grest
regard for my servant Richard, who is younger
and better looking than 1 am i out aiie iuu pai
ae! her twentieth ver. was fat, and a perfect
Turkish beauty, just like a walking Water butt.
All her arts were unavailing on Richard : she
could not induce him to vieit her at her house,
though he had my pcrmiaaion.'
This widow, it seems, was not disposed to
waite time bv making regular approaches, like
those by which Widow Wadman, undermined
the outworks of the unsuspecting Uncle Toby,
but was determined to carry the citadel by
The widow Zuma haa been kind enough to
tremendous breasts, and re sehH ss low ltfp
ankles In hf ritfM UjU t,e bttd a fa madrf
of atalaed graaa, of a siare form, t ht desired
m to lit down on theerpet bti'la her, wbicts ,v .
I, did, 'and she.neiriq filming me, an4"frit --
hump-Lick ta'brfn ri'jt'Ji- f fl'iiry" for me to ' ' "
look at which eor.iirtrd of fourgo'd braeeletr r '
two Urge paper drtstlng-ea'e with tVwking.
gUa, aad aevfralrriegv nf eor!( rlagv.. '
and brace lets, with a www of iir trigmp ..T.
artidea. Afler . ' number tf emplimeats. " -
and, ffiviflrme an. aceottnc of aO keV wealth. I - '
was led through am apartment tr.tea another. '" :" -'-
coofcre ituind ems merited Y rtwterdiil.ii""" ')"
and bright rttlni, Rh4 now told ma her
husband bad beeh dead these -en i years, ihat '
she bad only one son, and he vu darker thai
herself i that ahe loved white men, and would
go to Boirwa with mtf that she would send for
a malem, or man of learning, and read tbe lathe
with rat. i thoueht this was carrying the Joke
a little too fr, ttid bepn to look very enoua,
on which aha sent for tbe looking glass, and
Wking at herself, tbee offering it io rar, said.
ti be sure shw was rather oMrr than roe. but
very little, and what of that t This wa too much.'
nd I made my retreat aa soon (a I could, de.
termined neer to come to such cle rjuartan J
with ber SKSiri. , i
Maws is mkJ to contain fnm 18 U 20.000 ia.
habitants, it ia surrounded bv a good hiitb clay
all, and dry ditch ( and is described ss the
neatest, most compact, aatd best walled town
between It and Bodsgry. The ftrUowinw. hor- .
eWrir, ia not very fla'tenng ofita inhabitanla.
'The virtue of chastity I do not brlieve to ex.
it Jn Wawt. Fven the widow Znmt lets out
her femlaa slaves for hlreilike jtlie ieatdf ihe' " .;"'
people of the town, - Neither is sobritT htfd a
virtue. I never was in. a place in mv lila
where drunkenness wU so reneml. (knaraor.
priasti'amt ftyman, Snd evrft .Ur of .th la.
diet, rrrtnk to evex waa neatrad fur three
or four days by the (WvermTiWiighrer, who
used t come several times In a div. nalntid
nd bedisened h the hiehest alvle" of W aaa
fashion, but always half tipsy 1 could on'y get
ni oi ner Dy leinng tier that 1 prayrd and mok
ed at the stare all nigh', never drank any thing
stronger than ra-in t,ir, uhichthey call my
tea, literally hit vatir , she always' departed
in a flood of tear Notwithstanding this want
of chastity, and drunkennes. the) Sre a pierry
people, and have betured well to me. They
appear to have plenty of the neeeisariea of fife,
and the luxuries, Some ,4 which they wmild
be better without thia being the direct mad
from llornu, UaiiKU, and Nffe,to Gonja, Dho.
mey, and Janna."
they a-e, notwithstanding, said to Se honest,
cheerful, good looking, and Ihe men strong and
welt made f psnly MahomcaJsns and psnly Ts -Kns.,,.
UapVclappettOn tnirdeacribes tT.ie' WldowV" "
enl'-ee into the city, on a certain oresAion i
"This, morning. the widow arrived ia town,
wm UJecked with oatrlcb'feitheral -i b-,w r -
tpan walking on foot at the bead or her bin i .
a train behind, aimed witlr bows, sword, snj -
sp.-ar. She rode a-alraddle on k fTne Inirae, whose
trappings were of the first order of this cnuntrir
The hesd of theliorse ornarnpiiWft wtTh platti. "
the neck with -brass belli, and chaims sewed
in various coloured leather, auch as red, g'een
and yellow; a ararlrt breast piece, with a hiais
plate in the rentrei scarlet saddlecloth, trim.
mir4:wjthkre tijt,-, ,. ,
tro wsers, and red morocc i boots j on her hrri
white turban, and over the shoulders a i riii :v'i
of silk and gold Were ahe some-a hat ymiiiger,
and tes eorpn'ent, there might have beengrrat
temptation to bead her party, for hc has err-
...I.. I I I . " -
imiiijr uci;n a very iiaiHisnme . woman, and sucil ...
as would have been thought a beautv in any
country in Europe' 4
duncef -ever .7ioe I havw been here t.-N 'bat
she has failed with Richard, she has ottered
handsome femnle slave for a wife, if
bring about matters with
r . If . 1
ng mucn atraw or ner tnyn, anu
.tera, and fee other pOTpOses,: : li
HE it enacted bv the St nate and Ifoute
of Rchrcncntativet of the United Statet of f aaeoe a handsome fc
America k Congee., anclnWd, That lhe TSmScK
fatrowmg SttfBS" ber and the, same, irc L.;,i,;nytflr ths interior arrangementof her
hereby, approprlatea, to wn : ,
,J or. the erection of a tower at uay.ou
Dupre, Louisiana, sixteen "thousand six-
hundred and seventy seven dollars and
forty one cents ; for the (erection of bar
racks for one company st r.ort aullivan.
EasTpdftf Mainei two thotijand fi
New London, Connecticut, teri thottaand
dollsrs; for the erection of new barracks
for one company at fort oevern, Ann po
is, Rlaryland, bve thousand dollars ; lor
the erection or new barracks tor two
companies at fort Winnebago, at the por
tage of the Fox and (Wisconsin rivers,
ten thousand dollars J IQ complete he
barracks, quartermaster and store houses
at fort Crawford, Prairie due Chicn, ten
b&usanddolars ; for'the repair of the
marineUfftTtfcki 1' e Wf'-W
Washington, three tbouund five hundred
dollars ; for the construction of a new
wharf at fort McIIenry, Baltimore Mary
and, one thousand five hundred dollars;
for the construction of a new wharl
at fort Coflstituiioqt Portsmouth, New
liaropsbirje, six-Andred . detlara y fo? the
house. I went and visited her. I lound tier
house large, and full of male slaves i the males
lying about the outer hutv.thejemalea mo-e in
the interior. In the centre of the huts was a
square one of large dimenrions suiyounded by a
verandah, witb screens of matting all around
except in one place, where there was hung a
tanned bullock'ab'Hie to this spot l-waa-ledup,
and on iti beina' drawn on one side, I saw the
pet. like one ef our hearth.rugs, a Targe leather
cu?Kton"-irwlef bei ,4ftlk.,knef i her gooCS pet;
which was a large old-fashione(rEft1tfts'pwite
mug, by her .side, and calaSah of water 10
wash her mouth out, a she alternately kept
eating goora and chewing tobacco-snuff, the
custom with all ranks, male or female, who can
nrocure them ; on ber tight side lay a whip- At
a little distance, souatted on the ground, sat a
dwarfish, hump backed female slave, with a
wide mouth, but good eyes: she had on no
clothing, if I , except a profusion of utrings of
beads, and coral round her neck wd waist.
This personage served the purpeses of what, in
old times" nad beeif-eatted-jt .psjc, .. The i lady
herself was dressed in a white, coarce muslin
turban; her neck profusely decorated with
necklaces of coral and gold chains, amonKSt
which was one of rubies and gold beads ; her
eyebrows and eyelashea blacked, ber hair dyed
iih '.iw'iirn. and her hands ami feet withht-nria :
around her body she had a line striped silk rtd5
'cotton eoi;ft!rv.c?c!h. H-tt'cb e,T.e-f s bip? ss rtO
AJd answer for skepticks and railers.
''he late Ilishop I tome, in anme
remarki 'upon 'the -tontradtction-)F-
Scripture, says :
Pertness and ignorance mtiy. ask a
question io three ltnest w hich ... it will
cost learning snd ingenuity thirty pa
ges to answer. When this is done, the
same question shall be triumphantly
asked again the next year, as if nr.tMng
had ever been written on the subject.
And as people in general, for one rea
son nr other, like short objections bet
ter than short answers in the mode
of disputation, the Adds must ever be
V us and we must be content
with those of our Triendi who have
honesty and eruditiontNcand"ur and
patience, to study - both aidea of . the-
. . ' a .
,.Young Botzaris.YouTig Demet.
rius Botzaris, son, we believe, of the
brave Marco, is now at Munich, where
every tffort is making to furnish him
with a first rate " edur ifion r 1 Ien a3
already made very rapid progress in
rhebfy;lind Iralstrpnrs urrvg w-coorte
WlMmpFttMbifa Other Greek
children ere with him at- act
whose welfare the Emperor takes ts
very lively interest,
Jerry Bnow, very early in the mor.
ning, was awakened by his companion",
who said "Come, Snow, day is break
ing. "Well, said SnW, " let it
breakit don't owe me any thing."
Fashion.- K writer in the Nantuck-
et Incjuirer, recommends amongothef
abomioahle fashions, thait boots and
shoes be made like-glove?,, with tces