- wbatto do, end it Ut determined to tel
wrooft-ed in this, for he might hive been
cerfiin of foul tUfi bat hi never w,, iuv
"PicTus In hit dUpbUiionrM ho : placed
reliant h the fidelity of the mine
- Je wh9 hid beeneelcctedby btt bendi,
- from every pert of hit ettite. to conduct
:--.3i ,refy Mrtf J but 6ne of. the mint-nl0-
icpt aftiniyrance e9 Maw?
. ,f!erel to Iniure the overseerthip to any
w-rml(t saoolnt Mm head maa
fUm'a haldi I and aOraeTUJW
Ulbl HW . - , ... ...
o, other, this him! Obtained tbo poe of
from the wheel now,
."hen my uncle'e-aecood trexi;ipt!
r- - .
perceived Ihlt, he purcbtsea me ensure
ticket, end the mmiger tlipped hand
tnn ik wheel, end drew lor mm
hiehetf prize, the overaeenbip endec
tordlngry at toon at be became overteer.
be Piid the Imuranc money ana eppuiu-
" a O - A amaa.aMta1.
ted the mmiger neaa ram j in jvu...
rd, moreover at toe end of hit term, to
help hli head mm to chert my unsuspec
ting ur.de, end obtain the verieenhip
for him, end by firoilurUlng the hsndt
to the method of dnwing similar loite
riei, bring the new echeme Into vogue,
and o keep upthe tucceiiioci forever;
ad lo this rortiner wee, ray uncle grossly
cheated, end eo overseer koted on bit
their w shei. r H
naiiu vv -
.1-i -rr. ha induced to believe,
H oi 6ti, tbt be hid been to egregious!
.Imposed upon,, but when e tw now
jjjjnj.re goingoo be determined to
clotely in fourfcJThe"overcr add hit
head moo toon perceived. tbefrny uncle
vis In passion, for bo bad do cowem
..., .iwt him. nd ibitiiasBXCtta
r, for them to get intohla grace -gainf
or that ihry would lose their pJacet; to
thfy began to praise end com the good
naturedriool; and fcrway of.plear.ghlm
recommended Mm to miryy tome bloom
ing young damsel, tod because they
knew that there wa a beautiful.. healthy
t...U in tka neighborhood who wat
.bout giing pay. ntf nad ,nT"eJd rojr
uncle to be present, they persuaded him
. , nr) bv telling him that it would
,.,r do to let anv of bis rich neighbort
m.r the vouok lady, that the only
wanted him to woo her to become hit
Mushing bride, that the wat powerful
,.tr.... -ho had iust left ber leading
- rl.ihii. if he could eet her, he
"Xmld heve-et Wtdjipowl el once, half
tbe orId i they, induced .bibi IbTcontent,
iwrsetrwat directed to conduct
the courtship But the overwer liil hteh
head mm proved at IliUe icquainiea wit n
.i.. ..m-nf f 1' COUrtahiD SS Pith
act UMDg jer 61 lbltj a RTT 'lUg WlffUffr
and by miking if atf Indispensable coodi
... tion;,oMbe Union that the thotild become
Unitarian. The coneqoewe;watT that
. though the had Invited uncle om to visit
: het-r this-became so muth offended thit
" ahe refused tdlaee blmrand he rrad the
T mnrtificfition at last, after aubmiuing
be coquetted with Tor 'tome time, to
be rejected, and to be spurned from her
presence, and my uncle bad the aatiafae
tion amid bis groans and sighs, lo reflect
that he hid squandered foolishly, large
tum in a courtship that many of his
hands disapproved of that his character,
at Well at hit feelings, had been mortally
wounded, and that he had obtained the
.repuutioo among bis neighbor! of an in-
But there was no end to my uncle's
teX 'tions : Besides hit head man he
bad allowed the overseen four principal
assistants, whose businett i wu to keep
my unclet't money to furnish and clean
hit fowling piecet to keep hit ferry boats
in good xe pairand to give the overseer
cither between himself and his neighborir
or between ,the hands of bit different
fields, concerning any of their boundaries.
Bjjtjnstead of atteoding to their business
"ttneT' wereuo1agrfnJtttfield "lo-? fi4d,
they and their -overseer, and bit head
aoan frolicking at barbacuet, and country
ry-fM-huiJeLigT- enticing my
uncle't binds from their regular employ
tnent, to attend their euloeiet of them-
aelvet and overseer.
la , addition to all t hit, they bad been
rrpretenting to'mf unclrihar be waa
growing exceedingly rich, that he hid
largo manufacturing establishment! that
.JWIltble to compete with all the msfiu
a b facturet ol the world, rrdlb6riier-mrghr
drevthrmteifiir oldi-eod embroidery
tuf wben mf untie came t took tstttttmi
matter be lound that bit head man had
been": trying' alight of hand trlcka agaio,
end wat amy flipping hit fingera Into hia
crop hands pockett, in order to fill the
pocket! of hit Wcavert that Ma vacant
Xla'nda remained thereby unimproved, and
Bit cuiuvatea oeiue wero worn bare,
tunile Mthaodt were half atarved; that
, by "their: management they had kat i
most Valuable market for the produce of
- bis farm and tbcrebv compelled bit handa
to tell to those Who would not give more
tban half the value, nd forced them W
buy their clotha at double the price they
Tjaight procure them fltewhere, ao that
instead of making Mm richer in the.end
tbey were endeavoring to deceive him by
'ttjUPg tka mbpay m t oijs bf I0 pocji- i
i,; w-..;. '-:'. .y---y-
,." . fr. "V Wi.il'iijii,nm
gwl'lITl t?r".ii"'ii'ri'ii"iii li iLiih...
eli. rucrofr to iwi'H o the btlicr. Thii
Induced my uncle to etamine hit c
count book, when he louoa inav
Merind hiiuoderlmg bid not ooiy own
helping themselvee too freely out or hit
ttronir book, but bid beeo qundertng
hit gain lO-pmpr taeir lavsm--
fatten .their pen.. Now my uncle, bid e
mat. I anrioathv to belt, liof merely on
ernunt or their eioense, but he elwayt
..i4ik. aAMihi freatAst torments In
the world j' end , fitfot 1"? bC '1
create hideout noises, end make fault tnd
fllrrto-poftttw Ut- wliolearjmtjnd he wit
ewdto think. ttit.Jnstetd of attending
to the coocerni of hit farm they ehoold
Hftxulnbfi bias with U klnc" of dettruc
tiveenlm!. I hive tald, thit.in ray
uncle't farm yird ttood e faroout Old
Hickore tree, which he valued above all
trees of tht forest, because be looked up
on It at a kind ol ornament of the victory
k Lad imined over tbo old Pedgo;ue,
in bit tecond fiht. . Under the thade of
thit tree, my uncle delighted to repote,
for be would tay that ho elwiyt felt Mm
elf t tiM and Mr fcctlv tafe, for hit en
emy ahwddered at the very o.me of Old
Hickory, end would never dare to etitolt
him and at h sat himself down by the
tide of the Old Hickory, in a meditative
mood contemplating hit varlout minor
tones, and revoliog Id Ms mind wh"
wis to be done to repair bit linking y?
itkiinn and fortune, he overheard. (he
nterteeV and Mf undrlingt plottiii; 1i
dattructioQ, od'. determining that H wat
btolutely necessary to'detiroy thit tree,
tlaottithe only remnant of art ?W l,oc
that mv ooele vtluedi'ad.becauioiher
knew thitmy uacle would resist any open
violence, they determined to turn all
iheir- oett, cvnsfsilojr of seuirrela, pole
cats, whininr curt, eno nVu uii
mm, upon It," to destroy ite lelvea and
in bark, to cover it with filth, ao that It
miirht wither and die. .My uncle had
iierTWi overt amusing. Aiin WtC"!1
two cart, Whkh at fint were vciy refiic
tory, and would wp at hit fiogert hen
be would attempt lo londle them, ana oy
a liutle judicious r litigation had become
very docile, and he was amused with their -fawning
and whining ; be had also diver
ted himself with a pet Hying squirrel,
kept by his Head Man, and with his at
tempt to teach the little animal different
tricks, among the rest to fetch and carry
like the pigeon, and though he perceived
that when he wat tent to one place the
creatue wat euro to go somewhere rise,
yet he had toeen-ioduced. to ' ascribe it .o
a lulle. ifipncioutnest in tue nirai, ani
inic wty the corn from hit granary in
keeping tuch wteleta peti. He bad ua:
r ,. i i.r Liha naarrr'v tyilaettjor
ne had only been aitonisncdal the corrun-
tion of Tfeir'tastee, but -when--be ffairly
detccied tho- Overaoer. -f Id - Mn ami
tr-t-eil2r.-r.M .x '-G.-.,-..of
J.I . . L - .
-wul rwotn- neic qu irrtie to.cricli, ami wWo-ient to tnensmerVHSTletatarte
the nuts andde.ur the leavea, and the
Pv.'t catt io pollute and- destroy the .ap.-.Jwrgn,,d government on she road to freedom,
pearsnceof MaTvoMe4ra-.ind miF... to intelfifrenCif snd to happineaa, what muttbe
over perceived tho vjurrrel iaa,iM
to ohiairt Kara ...fts'... l v
I? . 8t . hM pe" '
oaical, migntory oxcursion acro.t the
water, he could stand il ho longer, but'
I wore by his father! virtue, an oath that
he wai never known 10 break that be
would turn nin hia ... u j
m ar.1 ..!iln ??W,Jta h"d
man-and aisiatants, head and ein. at
toon at their lime expired, and that he
would nevdr (rutt one of their familUa
again "to their latest Dositritvv--And
uncle wai li pood ahiwr.t. ..Tdug gOldlii thr-Tmjumainaof the-fioutht and
aiv,.. t. .,.. i
" .", tic; iuuiiu inem, naw
"WWW. lhen and their pets togetb-
cr, inn naa me saiisuction t teemg bit'tl'ia act ot cootrsiton-bv th force of. circum
Old Hickory, at 'aon as snrin -amiincee: No tbaoks then to "the minUtef i but all
round, putting forth new hods and freh 'pr'Mi i, du ,9,,,0e discovered and sue--r-ix
u.... ui. : i cesHfuUr promufcrated the doctrine, thai man it
pocketi filled and himself courted jnd '.
caressed by all his nriuhbors. Sucb is
the) history of my beloved Unclt Sam, and
long ma w his honcitioul livw hetoiSVI " f, -
of virtue ond wisdom. ,..on
tw ryenr ion. --b Rich mofidothcr- ge net aiSnH-thai' contraJTJgursewyht
Whig informed 0 a few dayt since, that inare Ireland. Had ahe preserved America,
the late election had glveo the Conven i J'- u ,vr,n,"ed over Ireland with im.
tionists decided, tho0eh a small maioW anityl 7,hl "Tl ,,Jlre,!nd ,"dA5 te Amfir
R-.kt ? V T mjOM , And I trust the day ia not far diatahf, when
tytBy ihlaemarki the Editor, wVeh- wSilk.anM tA.,wu4M. .k...i..
uoiequent number, wo mean not onyAwiIIbe emanciMfedrTn'the fuHest extent f tho
that a majority of original cnveiiionistjT,iPd-" Tben may she, as a nation, remember
are chosen, but a mioiii -of convention'
ittrin favor Aw
oasis oi represent ation of a liberal cx
ttrnfmiuliuffrs of thtfrtmirh R
form in all the Ueparmeota ot 'tioma
A Monument bat been erected at Wat
Chatter, N. Y. over the rem.ina tf
Van tftrt, one of the captore of Major
-aiurc. rineen nunarea persont were
prcicnt at the ceremonv of lavinw th
corner otone. i
Mrt. Catherine Ann CanEeld has been
appointed Poit Matter at New Philadel
phia,Ohio, vice Jamet Pat tick, removed.
Good enough for you, Pat, if a. woman
come roaster' over you. But we hope
Mrs. Catherine Ann Can&eld i, a cnnrl
jgCMon mem Uttntftn JmvaL
. . mm M
i. -ji L kM oa Monday, tt"
y b 1 W MirtT bTe 1
i. .Bfwiin'aL TU mnortit; ha DOie
M from a M.matcr Pra- 1
TU importsti 0 uw
.k-a, ith. rcceotl aswmed. wJI, it u hoped,
W a full meedA tl a Urge wjcregauo
rTT2;!vi ettaleic,wa. w
"ebrated In tlaJ, 'aLlif
- k. .k. MnnmnitiOOJ Btate
aominr style, FT" " -r-
? AuW. tfay. who other.'
5 r "3ed ie the morning , end after gmng
,k-;Jh riy of evolutiooaand firinra, w
Cfcf the day. About 5 c-'doek. .
ai dowe to a barbacua pre-
DVd for the pceaalon.
Lfed. the foHowing atetimenta wire drMk,
eraperwd with ealireoiog cooverasUoa and
1 Tt day we eeieoraii o'T"-" " ,
HerThomftV rf,h Unlu4 St,te,-.,b'
. -VT iK. tatk.'a 1Uta t aHay ba g lonoui
i vnavtmcntl. '
Cnancr v. . - k- ;.Ln,.n.
honor ana v.T - . . . MM.-.i;r -.Umo.'
6 Benjamin irannn. r- -
pheV, aniratcemaat Wr pim uf Amen-1
Latavettf H ?fcrt tlberty. dwelt, there
WM b'.i country foa to tyrants
champion of the tbia of ma
8 The nvmorlf Dc Witt CKnton , The able
drocate tnd rfflnt aupporter Intero! Im.
promeot 7'Xhrteni g.a
1 9 0ConneII tl 8W1 1 the two ret chinv
pioni of Iri-h Ctjanclpa Kn who, amidjt the
confl icti of partfap ami party mat volence,
. . -j a.- 'L.U.A ami unaratennaT : ma
thir namea be liklibly loscnbtd on the roU of
(After thia ttvft wu drank, sir. F. -Barry, a
native of Ireland, and I Catholic, rote, ai d made
acknowledgemelti to the company; In hand
aome and eloqu nMerma. for the ,beralitr of
IHC sw;iltsittia - 0 . ii
.nlhu.iu.k.llr k.1p.a.d t by .11 ,t.Kn
L. ...t.aaant taV
. k,.-. leave to
. tt'JWAN IDLE BOCItn.
' : i .f tha Rowan
7fT3a the b;nd to pro,lprecedentcp, W .Mly ntMon.
"'.V- Ja;. i -m-one of the few Inah
and the only
vent. In -aome.
and the only onepretent i a. sucnj
: in aom nu-asure, w toow is -
;aad...The liberalitr wnicn ac-
motion, wTiicnTaiiuiiiinlciffty to ir.
JTta. The day W celehrate ia a prduj'one,
t .i-ifijor Arnencai bwt fr4be ctviUsed mass
mankind, . hen, aa atirensof the world, we
Itlon, when e mark the pmgreea of every well
: ' feMngeewiTeVtiewa oafea. lboa.;bene..
laclorl of the hnman-rae, who first atarted in
d care-who riaked their lives and
all that uas d sr to therr. onear.h t-thcir bnly
guide, patri iutoi their only support, virtue i
Bnd their only aim the emancipation of their
fe,low epeciea. IheprogreseorFrancemay be
nttriDueo to napoleon, tnat ot Oonth America
to Bolivar, and thaTofrelafldfO'Connel and
ahi-i. k. wiikn.., k ifU,
Napoleon miKhj have fijfired a private gentle.
man. on the and ff. Seneca's esilet Bolivar
miirhtbavo ten5d his locks in the valliea, or
vCoonel migh: have wat hia h ad piously prat
vj. r..A :n .k. -t Tk.
British Minister acknowledge be Is driven to
arenottc moiiarcna. or hiuehtv ar atocrata.
whojc aole i interest ia to debase and to bru,
,,la! the huir.in mind. The tvrants of the old
'or" ?remble( lest the principles of the
Hd werwhilm them x.nd England, proud
! Liberal lr gi-lation toward. America, might have
.aaved this country to the Bntiih crown fr an
prototype - until that car arnvt . muat
nviMica be contented with the grateful a.
knsJa-dgejUi9bk.oC.br,aon of them,
in the name of my regenerate'dcouh'tryi"
d Wh ;tutaea, f my aouf da I, thank you
for th$ entbuslaim m
cauae ot yhiihme smlui
myself, accept my. warmest gratitude for your
polite attrition and kind indulgence thit eve.
ning. Anil in conclusion, allow me to propose t
11 Uniud Slant the first nation on earth
a . - - . .
to dissolve tha anhotv eonnecilon- between, i
Church and Bute i and to leave the human mind
untrammeied by human laws, to worship the
ureaior accoming to its own dictates.j
'0. The toemorv of Thomu JefTefton ami
Jhn Adamii the former the author, the latter
the vmloua ahd untiring advocate of the Peers
ration oflouf Independence. 'f ' K 4 .
Il- North Carolina i Amnio In her reioarea.
latriotio in ser principles i ihe possesses with,
n herself all the elements of a great Common,
wealth i natire lavinar bren thus bountiful to
ua, let ut not be paraimooioui of her right gifts.
.12. Relieiup, Col a choicest boon lo man
IIQXttonli gtety, 0 Tjjutd'a .cnfi7tsrgj j
Tii b(ei& MrUim pevA t& uiUrui te-
ccwet of our country. ,
. 13. Our flf count7women i May the anW
get married i and the nurrUd ha happy.
The f Jlowlng are some of the volunteer ta
timente giee on the occasion i , . ,
f.t T n Pr.1V- PreaiJcnt of the Daft
fivetteaie i May the wUdom of
. vu, !, ih. nolot at which tsreonv
ma .f - . .
, Dr. t. L, ferrand, Ye rrewoenw .ur
tnetnorr of Arcli. "". n0-
rraocU lxcke-hr dijutnguu.icu
ABC limn, u .
-T. il lLAUuiKlr, Esai The memory of
.'I?-J --J .1. aaa oolil iciatl. vlrtU'tUS
.& .atimabla" etveaU4erwol j
t flR.a. amiphr for biro, oot he rbt theav..
Br Ur.Ujrlnfhami lrlW,-M4Mer patnoVe
tun. ... . ' - .7TTTt.Jfri
. By Dr. A. Bmiioi The jumj
hotpitl'ty of the. Southern 8tatea. p'l'.
Bv Col. Hy. CiWaj .The Voivemty of NortU
CarWioai lurpa.Kd.by few, If eiy, elaailr hi
Soil in The I'nioni may 'tha Legttiature
emod towards it a fort10j(H'cy- -
By Tbomaa J. Oake. taqt Waa.
Dae.i A aplcodid orator, an able end aaga-
P?VWu"0iir diatinguUhed Wlowir.
. n.k u..,,.rv of the avfi res
. - I Aamju1 at home. OC M
fadiialUdabro Whom the ai. delight,
to bouor, the la tafe in repowng eunfl.
D.ui irrMUM flandersoet The Univer-
M't vt .k- l.mt rtwat work of IM mi
W?t ...7, worthv of it.
projector and patron. .
pCP " A eitiaen of Iredell couety," ahall be
attended to neit week.
ifoVnA.-The Bank of Newhem baa de.
ciarea a dithkih ..
The Jo-Jr . Cne W baa de '
dividend of rw. a cent for the last a.i months,
JU J haa been appointed Preai Jeot of tbo
Newbera Branch of the State Bank, in plc of
Gen. Vine Alice, . t
r.v-on h Vthibe " tteam il
h-lonirinir to Henry B. Howard, tq- Of Wit
J-l ku firai mniMMwd to
lUlligtOn, wa uouwjw -rr
have been intentionally aet on ftre i loss eauma-
ted at 10,000.
The population of York diatrict, South Caro
Una, a. ascertained, by a cenau. just taken, te t
Accounts from Sew-Orleana to the lib June
!-Iow liter in u wi
-rv. w vtirahal An. was Utery on va
.mi .... .. -i .
to AihMyvNewVork. He tnvemng inroup
TTv . rr-:trT.-sAi.uMU! rf
the umtea ot.te. ,or
. ." . 1.- an nMt aaat attCU I HI Ua BlBlw Wl W aw -
Gov. Owen haa issued a proclamation, oflering
a re ward "of " R200, for. the eiorcbeutuiDif
A, strange report aecma to have gotten into
elrcdlation.- in Ohio t to - it i that JL,. Bi u a,
and Henry day bad recommended the I'reaklew
10 appoint Col: '.lartn "Iter Uinlster to Kra'nee.
We caa't aeo how any roan in hia aeoaea could
. . . a
cencatve of ao improbable a tale : yet the re.
port ia gravely ctutrattictat, and io aome ef the
Jackson papers, too !
In Rala'jh, tbe 4th wai celebrated with every
demonstration of patriotism. Guv. Ovt en pre.
sided at the table, and Geo. Iredell assisted !i
Vice Irciident. I he Oration waa delivered by
Weston R. Galea, E-a. Wewul be reaf er ex-
tract aome of the touts. Another party cele-
brated the day, at which nothing but cold water
JXtlretted .Vauufacturtrt.ll it stated in
Provide uce, Rhode Island, paper, that within a
circle of ten milfgrcund t bat p'aco, upward of
httntyfvt hundred petpie, engaged in the man
ufacturing business, were thrownout of employ,
mcol within a period of ten da) at the dittren
this naa produced, it difficult to be Conceived of.
in New-York city, to devise .ways and means
fbeJrinejboiitan alteration io the charter of
their City. The question liffi7F-ili' r.iim. . -
mon vouncii annuiu oe iuviucq niio rwo cnan
bers, has been decided in the fBrmative--the
City Council to consist pf a board of Aldermen,
14 members, one from each ward ;' and a board
Of aasiatant AHermen, 3 -neeaben, .two fam
each ward. The last new we had from the
Convention, tbey had adjourned over tbe 4th Of
July, ; rhe revenues, expenditure, etc of this
dirantle Ci'w. are lare-er than thev im in .nw
one of t wothTrdii Cftho ff.'ifwectrnkifnimeift
NcwYork, 28th ult with the Hon. T. P. Moore
on board, for Colombia. The sloop of war On-
tano, now fitunr at New.York. will take Mai.
Lew lo Algiera, who it Coosul-Geoertl to that
power.-..The aloop of war Eric, Capt. Turner,
arrivea at ixorioix, ?Jd ult. from I'enacola. ,
Strangf, indeed Wt have tflen beard of a
bottle of fpiritotis liquor citismg a quarrel, and
eometimei eventualingjn murder but it is a
rare occurrence for an empig btttU to produce
such mischief, A case, however, has happened.
Wt are informed by the Halifax Minerva, that
two' men, one named Cane, the other Drew,
Of that county, quarrelled on the 2Jtb ult about
en empty jvjf hi the course of which. Drew
tabbed Cane, which caused hia death in a few
heiTjr Drew wat puj in js?!,. to awt hg ifl;
4tVf;it.--Crreit efirtrl'j eY f.:aU..g Iq r-ng!t,t-' . , .
to tacoaragi the gret th f cotton In tblr tZt
Inilia poeiwonl In order to rtndtr theniiclver, '
u far as practicable, Indrpenden of tha United -6tattafur
a wpply of the raw material tur theit
eitenaive manufactories. la the poi.we con-,
lingancy of a war with thii country, toglaod
would aufler much in her maauuciomi or u
oiot of nw cotton to keep them ia operation,
ii the greater portion of ber supply ia obuifl.
d from the Vnltrd R'atet, Every eipedient, ..
tbert"fw,' which ptottA to have aaUJucnce,,
io encourai'mg tSe production of cotton In ber f ,
owe drpendcaeiei, will be rt sorted to by Qrttl ,
Hnml.4itfa heriellcai dependant on 0 -
in retaiwn to one of her mut vin ujiciwr. :
"tllo TtiM: thtt i'caam bilk becoming- is
artiotw-mudujourbt aflr, for the pnrpoao T
being ar.ii.oed. to tfland, etWntrter e-
iUtt lnJ. wtne iym -oiu. one r'u,..."!.; .
Aururts tterivod 500 busbela of Ktd wwch.
it u intended, should tale' the aboe diree
tion. Should she soil and climate of India prove
weir iulapted to the culture of oor speciee 0 "
oAuy. it Is excreted the demand for teed ia oan
oouotry ait, for tome time, be pretty extensive.
karh Tttnaltm.Hr, Vf. II, Hayeea, Jr. b?
hfou'U Mourne, Iredell county, had full groan.
frtem earn, U for us s rtatiing tore, on the 4U .
mat. fa Hill v a. aitopuiica pu"
ny ft bich weighed fAree foundi,' ' .
apothecary 'a weight I it mraaured 14 inches la -
length, and 10 inches in circumference. Taesat
facte are mentioned, by penniaiion of Mr.
flay nun, as an incentive to others to devote Kytt
time and attention to horticulture tht buiioa4
of JUidttkWtJr y
. J . ...
Mev Jav Jt Creecy ,n respewable eitoefl ty -
of April i for three or four weka,be eorrea;- -
ponded I11"'? !' feUyr but hnC
cesard to Ao for aonie time, Itia fam'Jy end
friends became atarmed, and a gentleman wlp;
despite bad to Norfoli, where he found a lettee,
from the'unfortunate Creecy, containing tho.
ke of his mink, which had also been -?nt on
oaopenirigwh, the myilcry wsstinravertcdt
the trunk.contained all his valuable and state.'
ment, and memorar.dun, elating - lhaAe bad
resolved on dcsttoyinghlTwIf. It since appear
be committed fukUU-ia BsliiS) about tho
4'h u't. t but in whst manner, is mrt atcertiined,
u bis body has not yet been found,
Removals-& Virginian who his ret
rently visited Washington, communicatee
the following infonna'-ion to ihe editor
of the Richmond Enquirer. He tsy t 44 f
l know iomehine of most of Ine Kemovalt.
illatluf e beltJ
im.snce nublic duty aflnnr Trotnc tn;i
ublic duty and iner Truimc m;cr
I - " .
r.Wkiii Maeiitratc I know too-
an i racitw urmtt ol m6y. mcalLl '
office to t one pal ihe expenditure! of lhe
.Jail ; . Adminjatration, and while thit Ad.'
iiilnf iirmwitftcinrx. ...
.nf-the detectbnji.o.f abuse were ecadent?'"'
irtticenf r.leiks an(T'chlers""of 'Burrativ-
Rrls, on Vi.tha.t Geiierjl Jackson's conduct '
WHtid dort iliu&vrjite hia farther claiftisr
Ireland,: .Afrorrlint; lo tome of tfie
tth edi ors, Cdthnlic Emsncipstion ha
pu' a atop to thf t mii;rtion of the Iiislt
pen.n't to America. . No passenger,
could be had at the port of Dublin, fqr.
ihe ships which used to be crowded witbu
Thit is e natural consequence or the
great measure wl.it h" htt recently beeor
adopted. No people in the world are
diiinguished"for love of country in a
greater dogree than the Imh, btt tho
time i pissed when the words of Camp
bell are applicable to them,
w A home and a country remain not for roe 1
political -causes , will no longer operate
to tcpsratethrm from the land of their
devotion, and although there will itili be
found emigrants from it in leirch of
wealth, or who leive it from tbe desire of
greatly; diminished, TFieH
oi me conai tion oi tins once annsppy
... f-"."..,. . .... -.r ..-.w i
Mtati tNim hf PtlC ""'Jjl'X
ipirit," when we reflect upon the difficult'
ind hopeless characfer, of the question of .
emancipation for io manyVyeari,' cat '
crcel Jbt jrealixed. . Ii it ne of the
greatest triumphs of toleration: and intel
lect which his distinguished the and ,
lit etTctti will be . pro?ortldnably jmpor- .
tant. '--y-. tlrarffitfiil-
tii.,.A.aiiKuw.... . . . O ....
tSltiSaS'WH'"?? W Will 1 1 Mil MMV KMM'J! w
A man; biSr -'been con?vlrt if Rochts---
andtbennan'a vrell, and fined- Iffe 1 ;
ought to have been tenienced to hafd la
bor for tit calender months,' and dieted'
upon Aisafcctida v , 1 Cam. Jetin
Zaefyerf...Tho Key Wt Hegister of
Gib April, statrt that, the tcbr. .Mobile,
had cleared at (hit place for St.. Uarksi
wtb e cargo of Mvf Lawyer. , , v
a letter to ih arrtiYn tin 0tfTfro