' , -
i - -
i - -
' 1 n..iAN
i I l. urillllCf
hohte to' Bstoo,
.alcti't imonc the pcyUM
t l hitherto been
m.mtfp. wnicn r
... ''7 . 5':- TVurr. became ii.n
.,-i.,.Tr-.liVilrat--t.rf t.oi Wong .
. than anv wnere tisr.t
. 7. 'ko r. "farmed Goitrei.
orJLV aboUt the neckv They Ire,
Celling out . f.r m the ch.n, and
" !1A Mine CP the .pace between
the necV aa tarce round aaihe head.
I . . lo other case., they project out on one
: . !..nd often on botb, half as Urge
a, the head: bat the most common
... ...., ir.u e out in front of the
neck. The deformity produced cao
When I first entered Switzerland
I .aw many case, in a day. In
course of four or five days more, at a
military parade, which collected tjic
peasantry- I wm .till mre surprised,
for at least one ia ln teemed to . bt
afflicted the .ame way ! From hat
time to the present, the proportion
thirds or pttpuiamnri-UJOTt,
are more or less deformed in this way i
(The appearance, in many cases, is
hideous in Ihe extreme. r .
It is melancholy to look round and
see most of the population of large
district, thus deformed and it is dif
ficult to accouot for. Some attribute
it to tSe habits of carrying heayy Liads
on their heads, others refer it to the
air, others "to the water, of these
pl.crs. How' these two elements,
which in this mountainous land, are
peculiarly pure -nd excellent can have
this eflVct, it is difficult to imagine,
l'cople in the higher walks of life are
laid to be not exempt from it, which
vn,,M urm to be an .objection also to
"the firsTTaua namedih'aLamng j
veights on their heads. Hot 1 leave
thcpuint for the facuhv to -decide, be
' 5 .u.r; " iflotir--That it should
: -i . ir r--,r.M.
-preva, extensively i n --- -
become fit, into 2od ground from fif
teen to eichteen inches apart, the first
tender .wet eating Green, for use in
the early part of the winter j the l ater
planting, may be plactd 10 or 12 inches
pLnt from plant. These could be easi
ly ehcltered oo the approich of severe
irther, without being taken up.
fJJThe Earl York Cabbage, trans
planted the last Sept.. fr early in Oc
tober, will stand through the whole
winter, without being covered, if plac
ed -in favourable situations, aud will
pruducc. fine solid heads in March or
April. Our gardener. houliIbear
thi. in mind, and try the experiment
"Paining ?. A paper in the Slate of
Mme.-.ays that "during a shower on
jMo.lai mortiini? aev efal Ettt fell to the
earth a lew rodrnorlh 1st Cipital-Hrir
""jnIhi glmpression. in-4b roud here
: they ightcdr-whteh-Terr :PlW!.'f jca;.
ted the great degree of momentum they
-W-"t"' A in the'f descent. They
r of ,variou a'tzesi eenerallv from".
JmUvaJmi and a half In lengtbi and
when e:ewniein'I few ifntnute. Tifter
they bad fallen, were'as livelVi aod twis
Ved themstlvev into a. many different pos.
-4ureiLailf they bad just been taken from
: .... ... nntJ, IfTh .rfroFT.ar r J"' B1,'",:""6 rainf tl,llC15 ,n ( Uibi... 1, " uovtmr-mousTDii
. . . awo.A n.r ia. iiuririi iu i
v l r .1., n.7W TWrf nr Rnffir.l A,b3l,y whose acquaintance would" give'' piisd down the MissnsippI a few days
York Earl, - Dutch h.m much pleasure, end that he would f Le In the .teamer Red Rover, for.be
loaf Cabbage be aowo in June, Jul) h-t f. on hU way tQ ,hc N,-JfrB . cfokpr nation of lndiMi ia thc Af:
and August, and transplanted ai tnty ,r ... f ... t i.i. h, A.,n.,, . t..:. it. .... k. n.u.r
' - Sail merana tneTitanis r iate suHwgi w-ijuwsceflr piojsia destroyed, and ne assume.
: riftranr4-tedio fcicptember and Octo- ment Ae, fr.twjr aummer I have 'a ' co.tume"throaghbtilKHe?4.
"; 'iJijorder.-'wbuld fifbtluce 1 oubf.tbat ia ;ie-...uroe they...wtl .remind ' Mrcel of rifles, and savs his
" - - w i
JJClc;ip! : ',j,a UiaiUjS-:. -- Ji-.
;vttiei lventucxy.oi. 40oK exuaorainary
J' t betrtgr i.n-4'ha Jbapeof e man. 'ffe-mat
! sixteen feti b'gh-..) ohn Bifll ha J.best say
no more of the deterioration of the human
pocea in America j and if be believes
. his own stories, he had better be civil the
next time be goes to Kentucky. ' '
; rfgricuhural and Internal Imftrtvcment.
A meeting ol the citiztniol Pasquotank
' county was held on the 6th inst. and an
association formed, for the promotion of
i - Agriculture and. Inieroal Improvement.
We thould be pleased to see the citizens
of Rowan. make some movement in jChjese
laudiblc enterprises. 1 . d.aro.
Lately a maw in Philadelphia commit -ted
eulclde by rutting hi. lliroat. The
existing cause is laid to have been his
. hiving made a bad swap for bis horse
ministration, little r," oeen "
.!.. .k. ittrntttif. ir.ue oitbeven-
crated lndUiduI now at the head of the
national government. o eomp eje r ...
the "cerriy W"
clamor, of politic. , enemies, lhaM tnj
hrofa.td f.Und. seem, to tuva forgU;
hoe calumfties wnicn m . ;
man h m- iieucvio i , v i
IhewrrecMooe VEl&i fothatuV.and oeroUtr l
tJtnlt.ma aa wn .njr
friend., wo copy irom ino b
the fowing letter to the ditorj -j. : Mt
&-.Krffefl Wliinc?on, June, IIW
yaftt Wn? V.
t.. J mir i nil raarninK
B., eldest .on of the Secretary, Imroauc.
me to the i riaem, ""-' " ntl(M1
.nd interesting lamlly. The rewepdW
mi ipiiiv imiiiiJiD
- .nile' bv order, was snown an i
wis onoateB stioa., gen tie or The Duke at lengih ..op
frenfT k i Sd toin before a print which rcprttenu a
h ir8 0. Wis uno.ieni.uuu..
fin hirf... HeJs fr from being the ema
clued slender figure ha h; been repre-
.ntrrl to US. 1 ShOUld
to be muscular, and cap
ttrmat hnAW and mental I
draw no conclusion, fr.nvtpe b;;e.'c
face dirine, if be doe. not go throojh lb. Mj
sk, or ten years with a comforts- wm
Li. lk.r rKmlth ind eniorment. This
wio w. - - , .
will be eheering Inform.tlon to the many
,hoas-nd. who defootiy P"r v;
,r,.A kiitence to the utmost limits ol
human life to one whose f:
. ai -iiiiht emee. nave wjuuiuu' - -
lor recreat on, ne na oror.icu o ..w
I!..... .w.rru. .nd hU friends
i i . .T. aA via.
kv,.-.7 ... -
heen antlCIDatl"K in
jurious effecta to his health; it wis there
fore with plea.ure that I heard him re
mark this morning, 'that he should com
mence on the morrow to ride, out on
horseback, and should do so every day
when the weather permitted'
! respectfully augpeited some con
lideraiions to induce the President to viait
the atate of NeW-York this summer, or
next season ; and in the name of my
fellow townsmen inrtted him to viiit M
hany. where many of his most ardeot
friends resided, nd where . bis reception
He said 4 that he had
10 himself the pleaiure of visit-
P Seb Sn the President rpltoCour,n
ha. devored the. wnole of hi. time to pub ; -V "kJ hSl '
Ik bu.be,s. Jlaying oo exclude hour, , add, fe.i .Vie'li?
.Ain. ik interior. nr me ante oi ia crKrin.tAfletter to-one bui".,v'""" r
ing th iotenor
Mm,lm. next year, but tba bis mifibtefi from i ientiemmf respeeu-
w mw iswe ww.-Hffa n at f i li m fci 1
of seeing, as well as traversing the battle
grounds on- that frontier.' In this ar -
rangeroent the Indies oi hu familr warm
tne r resident oi nis implied engagement
to visit our state. , may therelore ex
pect hickory garlandi in C n's best
taste, lo be in no small demand at Albany
about the 1st June, 1830."
. This gen Jc nun, so favorably known to
ihe li'er.ry world, and whose appointment
as leerefary of legation lo the court of St.
James, we have heretofore noticed, seem,
destined to receive that reward in which
re publics have been charged with parsimo
ny. Tbe appointment at present confer
red upon Mr. Irving, is every where bailed
a. the just meed of distinguished merit; it
appears in fact to strike the same chord in
the feelings of the nation, which yielded
auch deep response, at the victory of New
Orleans, and proceeds from the same
band- It is pot, we believe, generally
knOn,that h was at the urgent request of
the Umented Citron, that the ray. of this
brilliant atev in the gaiaxyorgenluidariejd
into the dungeons, darknes-and despo
tism of the Spanish ioquisition, and drae
ged forth from thehcTThe" Drst-torreet
history ol the life and adventure, of the
Tht Cafutoi at Washington is fioished,
and it is truly a magnificent structure.
Rich shrubbery has been well distributed
in the great enclosure annexed to it, and
from the noble?4er racAcOjrtJjve. west side,
1 of . Wa&bingtoh; ano ''Oe o r geto win '' and their
lofty, and picturesque environs,' and the
river for some miles This scene at the
setting of the sua in fine weather, with
the profound stillness on every aide, and
the atpect of the splendid edifice, is cal
culated to make a deep impresion on one
who pace, the terrace at that hour.
The silence, from a peculiar contrast with
the riiovement. of every kind and in every
quarter, and the din of the logocracy,
during tbe session of Congress, it is
alone almost worth the trouble of the
journey to Washington. Nat. Gazette.
AMext &ocietvX-k society of lad his
been formed in Providence, with a view
of lupprt.aing profane awearing. Thi.
has excited some ridiculeit certainly
deserve, none G ood will come out of it.
, i i ff w i.iu - 7 - r.iwM alii II Dal 9 1 CIIIIUI f v e e vi
fckfiSn from the teculur
economy of hi. houichoU. Hi Lblo it
supplied by contraband kil UjJ
ale.mtn fr the produce of hi. lands.
----- i . ' ,u' ,ublo hM , CxetJ .,.
,nd care is taken that
'y cheated out of it.-A
ha " ?elnt I. kept of the family tli.
- , . ... f con0mic.l a ne
7 i n L'M,... ih Duke is oeltber
, ' brRenerouTf "all tb world oter.
afford U f K $
" . , . ' ,h,t with ,n
Ii is muffing to know that with all
Tv:-It;k1Cif,... faoticn the
-. -.-, ',... . . r.
, . " , UM
. uvw .
0f doe, aa artit, bating waited on turn
o' e; . hi, i0(ln
order, was shown all his paioim
in a ehool (at Oeoes,) s-ld, Mr F
ai in cp
a .k' tfim nrlt4 of indeoendonef
hicbinduccd me to prefer honest sup
. ( ' i Mrn I jKr. tn t h
port, eiang ,ro . v-.
comoaatlte spienaor wmcn mnui i
eomp . F compassion
, ouo?.-The Fredonl.n
T lu liunur ei -
inApn vi iivcviuai
.- ! -: - . wi-,,.
KoowleJ e of Eihics-nd a Knowlde
r Pl l Science ao . intimate c
n.i.nfanL with Aroericort Constitutions
and a Bcticl knowledge -of men and
thir kfTin !"
To HVs mjy be added patience and
Iontrurinus, and a .napping turtle to
bite lounters. . Cour. If Enquirer,
Governor Ihutton. The la'.e' myster
Inn, pnnlurtofthis eentleman, in resign
ing his dike, and leaving bis fmi!. &c,
h-sbeena subject of much anim.dver
slon. Plblic curiosity has been aroused,
nd irUui rumor and evil turnming
eL.aQi4tAnT hing, therefore, in re
latioo tOthe matter in Wbltbr'trmtKientav
can paced, will not fail to be interest
Ini?. " A .'letter. to - one ot.,tne.-e4,anor o,
' r: ' : , . ..... .. r
ii a m m i i eaf i a i f,, - -
kansas ierritory. ne ay
fishes to tee the face of a white man
1 acain that when be ret. to Red River,
j his cloth cQaU.whlch- bnow wwrvr ia
be, bv example, to Inculcate peace ana
tion among the Indians, and di.
suade them from warring against one an
other, and particularly bring about i
peace between the Cherokee and Osages i
that be will endeavor to cultivate a friend
ly feeling amongst them towards the Uni
ted Slates. The cause, or causesv which
have produced the unhappy separation o!
tbe Uovernor Irom his iaay, ana ni. re
.ign.tion of office of GoVernor,-are a pro
found secret not known to his most inti
mate friends. Ther are, bv solemn
agree ment of himself and lady , never to be
divulged. Ths information comes from
a gentleman df the first veiaci'y. and
who passed from Nashville as far as here
with the Governor, and who bas long re
sided io Nashville, and who is well ac
quainted with the whole affair. Tb
Governor was. many years ago, when
aeentoltbe Chrokees, adopted by a cele
brated chief of "the naiIonr6iryrTi"his
doubt be well received . hal'tyar.
complained for some few years that quills
Peoote have at last discovered that tKTs
is owing to the luxurious and effeminate
livine of the, geese. It searai. that the
sage fow keep, pace with the spirit of
the ace, and the tnarco w intellect, it
(s a fact (hat goose quilts are not so hard
cnaracienzes certain presses, wuu.u aueu
UC IIKII1C1CBW - , . .
There is a roan now residing within the
gaol libertie. of this city, who hav been
confined wit bin those limits more than 13
years, for the non payment of damages
recovered - against.him for slanderous
word.anoken acrainst hia wife.-What is
not a little singular is that- the slanderous
word, were poken in Dutch.
Shocting.l.Tht Claiborne Herald Mates
that a gentleman in Marengo County in
that atate, while oo bis-knees at evening
prayer a few week, since, ; was shot
through tbe heart by some unknown as- j
iassin,aDd Immediately Expired. -- (
, da nu recoeni.e that tuior r n is my
iirue. .nd 1 tsn than a .11 my eojlection , r remind. m
At ni ini uiijai iiuuivi - -
7om Iir:u...ThM ihiallarriet, which
sailed from Noifolk on the 9ih Fcbruiry
ait, with 163 colored persons, to Liberia,
returned on the Ilib loitsnt. 1 he tap
tain states, say. the ttescon, that they
were all landed In good conmumi oui
on spell of dry weather, of two montns
continuance, affecting severely the he.Uh
of many old resident., bad subjected near
ly all of them, to the ferer of the woasij
12 to IS h4 flied.DUl tne o;ner -.r.
raoldly contaleicent, and .eemed aails
Bed w ia their new anode, nang.n,
ih Ooternor of the Colonr. died on the
t9t Aprlu;Hit:,x.l ..or th. wen.re oi
bis new and fpcmwenarKCrc,.BU'j
lnir recovered from an attack of fever,
which produced a reUp.e that cosed hi.
bad assumed t'.ie government ol tbe uoip i and wm eorapunwww w,m. puu. i
nv in the room of Dr. Randall. Tbejtome of the m CiitiniruiiTied citizenaofNuh.
' ' . i i ! VI . I t - . ' Iff. 'mmm 1a. it In imm
general coneeo. oi me coiony .rs ituic, oi .,
icoted to "be quite prosperous -the town, tbii apirit of magnanimity displayed. by our
mni.tnfit from 80 to 100 bouies, and
other, were daily erecting. It I. well
defended by a fort, mounting five piece,
ofcshnonof large calibre, among ihem
18 pounders, and garrisoned by two com
panic, of richly uniformed volunteer..
Sfiain and Mexico.--By the last ac
cou'ii. from Spain, we are .isured that an
expedition wa. actually to .ail on the first
insnt tor llavanna, against Mexico. It
was to consist of one aeventy four, two
frig. tes ind several "smsll vessels, with
S.000 toops, Thk Squadron to be com
manded by Cora. Laborde.
Pnrtural Ii it not a aincular fact'thal
the Allied Powers should permit DonMi j
guel to play the tyrant and the usurper to
the extent he is now doing j There can
bo- no doubt that he has committed acts
that legitimacy itself would blush to own;
and yet England and the Continental
Powers, who .pent millions to put down
the great and honest Captain of the age,
ihi greatest among the great, allow a
petty despo? of a petty kingdom to put
them at defiance! It is, indeed, a sin
gular Mate of things ; and the cabinet ol
St. James, ashamad at their own apathy,
now talk of tending a special mission to
stttle the affairs of Portugal.
Mexico ---Information received at New
York Irom Mexico, to the Stilt ol May,
represents that an ordinance had been
passed by Congress tuttending the efiera
tion olhTlavi Jof theyrpdiioH-ofakt
Spaniard; and permitting those in the
(ill to remain. gun ooai
Crux -30,000' or
ij(7TUuv forr nep.ywrm vr-iirJtro,rw
who -were very much cisttesse-d ipr want
of money. The" bands " of robbers be
tweeu Vera Crux and Mexico "had greatly
increased Tbey generally went in com
panies of 30 to 50 men each, well armed,
and all mounted. Several persons bad
lately iJceiLrwbbe.d and.spme kUled
, P(ru 4nd Cm: An arrival at Dalti
more from -Valparaiso, briiigi new"ffomMe8 earnestly. recommcntl
mat country to 5tn Apui. v neat crops
were short; flour gll per barrel. 'The
South American Gazette .aya : "Fjom
Bolivia we learn thai General Santa Cruz
bad arrived in that country, fhd been
elected President, and had in some mca
sure Succeeded in calming the political
agitation there. A Col. Armazi hud been
elected Vice President By a proclama
tion of this Armaza, who appears to have
been at the head of the troops who effec
ted the late revolution, we perceive it
stated that Gen. Blanco was shot in the
confusion f, the actual revolt and not
put to death in a more barbarous manner,
as stated in one paragraph
Claim on France. Tht Secretary of
State, Mr. Van Buren, writes to a commit
tee of the Merchants of New York, who
had ent a memorial to thc President of
the United States, soliciting him to send a
France, with a view to enforce, exclusive-
lyr the -dem
government, Ior.spoll.ations commuted
looc since upon our commerce, saystd
m . . a
HcWhat-the-Pfealdcnt. , after4?ayina
much attention to bcir suggestion, is
throueb the ordinary channel of the lepa
tfon of the United States, and that Mr.
Rive, will be particularly instructed to
. " n . VI .
urge - upon the lencn voverpmcni a
speedy adjustment of those, a. well as all
other claims which the Citizen ol the
by the President, barextorted fap
I . . .. ...... r.t.w..:
ballon or, even, tne .qiio.r. ..pi ine iuoH
al Intelligencer, who pronounce that it is,
both in form and substance, just what It
ousht to be ! AC C. Journal.
IttOJt TUB BAtTjMOBB BEMTBLICAK.
A eentleman, remarkable for his reck
less extravagance and disregard,4o" the
bills of his creditors, lately received his
"walking ticket." "is wife called on
thePresident and supplica:ed him to re
store her husband to bis office.' " I am
sorry for it, Madam, (said he) but 1 am
firmly resolved, while I can prevent it,
that no person who Is unable to manage
his own affairs, shall bjs entrusted with
those of the public ' j
JULY T, 132'J.'
We ire luthoriieij to lUte, that Col. UA II)
NRWLAND i. a Cindidate to reprciit the ptd
pie of Burkaeonnty, in tfie Itwiw ft Commons,
of the neat Cenenl AncmMy of tUa State,
U would ca!t the r?etil alUntwo id.
tite reader te aa art'wle on the 4th page ef to"
()y'e paef, headed Independence of tl
Tttui,m If some Sit Mm of ifcu-region .wf
country, ahould ft'nd hie own counterpart in any
of tbft eharfii jireatatiedi 1 :'wie er i
The Hon. Ur4Jv U arrived i
Wettern brethren. Mr. Everett wa. a decided
advocate of Mr. Adimi administration i but ii
a highly talented and honorable man t and this
testimonial of respect by bit political opponent!
Is Ihe bondage due to virtiioui talent.
JlecreMi.Vft can cherith no feelings other
than those of utter contempt, for thoie despi
cable rtnegaJet of the Editorial fraternity, whtr
teandalize their own vocation, and defame the
character, of their profesaional brethren, to an
tWer the bi-ett of partv purpoiei. Such r
ereantt ihouhl be indignantly ipurncd, nt only
by every decent Printer who la highmimletl
enough to feel any reaped lor hia cilliiig, but by
iH horidVtflle'rneiTihera of eoamiinry foe toots-
rile pander, of faction will, when opportunity
oifera. betray and bring reproach npoo etxry
circle" into whw confiikncc tbey miy unfor-.
tunatelr bt admitted i tbey ihoulj, therefore.
b shunnel and scwited from the tocletj of tt
ipcctable politician of all partici.
We never knew thii rcckleti course of con
duct so rife among our brethren of the type, as
with the opposition since thc election ef Gen.
Jackon.....Mnny of the Adams Edito-s seem to
have been thrown into a phrtnutd violence', In
their blind and inflated zeal to find fault with
and villify hia couriie of policy. :Tbey are es
pecially abusive and rancorous towards Lira fur
having bestowed offices on a few talented.md
highly resectable Elitor t of Newspapers. They
do not pretend to deny that thc iocu.r.btnts iw
men of ability, and fully competent to dischargn
the duties of their appointments with honor and
profit-to the COBAlrji hut they are actaated by
the meanet and raoit gro7elli ng of all confU-eration-Uat
of .mgt. . They grudge their
I.-yjoje fortunate ' trthren those - liunora and
emuiumenia, or wnicniner reel loeiuicires iir
tally unworthy tn be the recipients. Some .of
thete mean-apirited rebeli of our fraternity, ,'n
lUi ttaie. have gne so far a t cast a. stigm
on the whole profession, by protetinjr against
Uhe principle of confcrriifg ofTrce on Printer$3
though there was aomcthing in our vry busi-tltssr-wbieli-
baa- a. , ieadency Jo addtenwaV
brain. 'or miike kn(-e. if thrWf all i- Oo ct
totliR ctitritabld noiice.jnr.Oie. South"' 'Caroliiii"
lunatic asjltim: Tlie poor creature apprehend,
the must calamitmis consequences to the coun
try, from tlie prtmoiion of r,'liiim (or f?
tSckerix as he, in a brtihfr'.y spirit, terms them)
to offites under tlie government! AaJ
verily, the fellow has came to fear aihl treiiible
for the country in the event of her deatiniei
being controuled Printers, if he judges them
all by Ihe standard we suspect Ire doci to if,
tipt. fierce nii'K'r, cf the l:mte4 Rtitet
t . i ..i .i r .,r
army, nas oeen cicxicu jsuicr oi inc iw'i
the State Df South Carr:hrw.
Com. Porter. It Iw laid that Com. Porter wi
Soon return home from Mexico; and it is r
mored that he will receive from lien.' Jicitro
the appointment of Minister to the Republic
Mexico : thia is doubted bv some....who hn.t ;
the Foxardo affair, as justifying them in su
man, while passing along W of the streets (-
.-ew-orK, was airucs or ii;uuiingf ;iu
imu a IftKhnmv ! To thin, a New.Vork papf
replies, that a Tennessee boa'.man once nk j
JeUow-witb, biiluigeXist, anknoiminto
Verily, if a streak of lightning (or a Tenne
boatman, it matters not' which) would lut some
of those Editors who are so prone to pcrpe.n
ting pun, and knock that vile .'propensity '4 '
ZL It woJd db
the death of the Queen of Spain. Minute gul
Baltimore, from Uibraitar. Brings an
were fired a whole day at (Jibraiurj ami "
flags at the castles and on baara tne niijv
were hall -mast.
JfHtctive Durine a thunder s'orm .'
SmbbMi near Wilmington, in mis
on the 18th ult. a Mr, Caady was s
by lightning, and instantly killed. n
stream of the fluid, says the Recorder, en
kU mnrtthrnd burstini: o?co "',
bowels, discharged itself on his right nip-
. . ...... -nA natsed 01 I
another struexon nisuosc, r -
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