Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
Aug. 11, 1829, edition 1 /
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... ' At tha rtittHtl f M4ft) of nriMmh tnrf In fmnlt U ,., S r.m;iU. r'.iK tit!
t,..rau,r,.r.1rf.u-.u..l,.rM Ju(jjecti M(1 wh(J wrhe( Uw w Wm f
., u w.ll f imVf
" . ...ill all rfuM mM II. U,).a.Mf0
. LMN " - ' .. . .
T u, jII i.ti-r. t4rwi U Mr, itwi Bay fct
comnienJ jt .Jt,?,!lflC,.,piil'"'J''r r"Me.nV'"1. f
fwiM uhn ft.ir n n tnti-t in liir Ttiitsm ifH Pt
Shoe thuead, CalUe,
Live Hadle Hhktm or C!i,
Will be taken in exchange-foi
, Lead, .
. Sfp, '
, ' Tea.' "
liberty Hill, S C.)
Jmt Ut, ,1829.$.
Indiga, tw rh. '
; tl.eymiKht appear tk-Utejfard lthTl
Tbcre'u t ttrong temptation, mder auch
circumstance! to drink to iebrUtiwji
Should nv of ihe gueits be ring in
the u6 nflhe (Iiwin? bowl.thjv are in-
... . -
cesnntljr ureJ, by a cruel mndnesi, to
4)se it more freelf : it wjlha for
you, s the Jjf t cold ar wfm ; a the
weather is e!oomv or rent ; a the oc
casion i iovfdl or btharwi. a.liiL
M niiig fo friends aiid'ciwtoinVrs, and the
Mil' i yenurai, inai uc i iiuw receiving irom
i't;, . i j i'uaiiJ New Vnk,
AN ELKwANT ASSORTMENT
Chenpitt and moit FathionaUt
lw, hw.,.4iJUi"(? Men scicctedi itu
r-. . . . hv hitri.rlf. and Miiniirht fr cimi. lie
iWh jicrt. r ly ii.tid g, that for like pattcrni
ud ;V'T ()iiiiritte, ne cannot ue unuer)ia Dy
sii' i ' ii-uae in the pluce.
5 ",c P"'10 are respectfully ii
icfrfitl? '"l,c'VCJ- ' a)rtmoiil com
a? lifii r f!W-t!'t"frh nnntcrfyf ai'i'.h: uvwltr
kv,.. in : . MICHAEL HR01VX.
luliotii and-laiercoumit fur 'altbouj we re
tuna, m- aueiety,- .are- well. ira tuy jjm.
i ... . . . . . .L. - .. ..I. .
are ot greater ciintermence tuaii ai nrsi tuiicc
: A (oreitrn Mtnitler inn individual tent
by one Oaernment to another, to treat
on all affair of controverty that rnty
arise oeiwecn inem , any who, ocing iur
nished with a credential letter or lull
powers, etij jy the privilege accorded by
106 I1WOI naMOn lO nil p Jiii; biiara(;icr.
I'vcrv indenendent nation hits a riirlit
to decide on wlut conditions they will re
ccive one jqiho K'jverii.iicins win uui
receive their own ti'izcni, or subjects,
(namely, France, Sweden, llnlUnd .and
several oxnera;) and u occasionally hap
pens, that they reluse to receive an Indi
viihml who it clitai-reeahlo to them. M.
Godcri'kc, sent in 175.8 oy Oreal Britain
tv I. " i C . i : -.
looiocanoim, wasnotrcceivea ; .urumu,
in 1792, reluswl iq receive M. de Ucmon-
and in 1802. Amtrij would not re
' . - - - 1 1
civeCuMlA'rmiId:Mnt by S wdor.
i nerc arc tnrcc rjucsoi iuicig' .'iir
Uters, distinguished by the manner of
their reception, and the various ceremo
nials to which they are entitled.
1. The first jrrads of Ministers is com
posed of those who represent the State or
Sovereign!, tnst semjs tnem j . ano tney,
of coune 2iave a claim to all the honors
that their constituent would be entitled
to were he present. These ie, -
1st. 1 he l ope a legale a or de latere,
2d. The Tope' a Xuncio.
3J. -Minuter seta wua the character or
II. Mr.iisters of the second grade do
yoa TBI wrinas ciaouair.
V"f N'o, lib i
l id this number I will notice iome oth
er-way s- in which -habrti of i?ten?erace
arc lurmsu. .'..!
hoiDitalitv. : jnaar.aro. .hroufl.into.ao
I litaPA a an4 tpa m mm I a a jw a rl .11
I . . I. . -! I. L f I. . . ' ' t
, to nn neignoor a oosom ana i t . , . -
: Mane nothini? amiss f Svpp-t9 tj,i'""marc"CfarijEnfii8thjJnr'
pent bifeshtoi ana no ie, whoornii m i.nuiin aitaiks. , ;-i
el his dijf -Wnv wllf TVK
CWBVlhti aether wiiL."LS 1 !
peiihfjfir." Is nd,i.ore.xtcnua1or ' e Fmiicr SetiJemcnti. Io f
AS juat reccued.and opened it Ms Stare
It p ---
met" . . ..ruiri .
Sprmg cinn summer uvuu ;
argument, ills alleged at Ifast it H
vou no -nirm. Wiih thpsa smw"h.
though deceitful argum-smj, the sime
ara ensnarcil. and IT? i3a 1001 time
correction of the ock, or ra.her lik? ai
O'jc to the slaughter. Bj' oif warn
aki.t wilt their blfi.l he ! . d ' "Wo
un'o him thit giveth his n tvwr driuk
When aniritous iin -lo.-.Jre used at
nlaees of nulilic convocjtil9, the evil Is
.iU . create! . I can noii ba; a feT of
TiAfiimifnr ftir-ebietkmeer toe and
electing candicles to water tiree tnem
ff-rpata of nur countrv. 'ii tuch occa
sions, it woulij e?m thrall should be
sober, and act the part olWionui msn
... II I 2. M.I..AltU r
-' - 7 , -
mmx uiit..iiiaij.j Duo JQ.enaKe : J.D.
I;. .ft ' . a. .. ..11 If Ida inn (a.
touicedon those who give tneir neign;
hct drink, does not apply in such case,
Um at a loss to know wnen it wonua.
Pistillers are aoother sourco ol intern
prance. It will be found, there are a
f.- who have engaged to any extent in
4Wf Wtnens, but some members of their
farilies have become intemperate ; and
f..,,-i ,!.- manv in the .neinhborhood.
'wwiv.j ' . ,
TTfTlalirtrirTOhcteitMHkn'MiiiMm o an
fatbirs who wlah to raise sober fimiiics,
not o engage in this dangorons and per
n;trt.. hutint. though it miv be at
.....i.. oiltK neiiniirv nrofi's tine
nuu;u fit.'. . t- .
dnirken sun may dcatroy more in cxw
yearjthan his fathe' could nuke by tlisttl
U.iq; iiK'uiR a long lifi. ,
i mil hr frii id i 'ut intemucrance in-
creases in prop ction as tlie. avenues l
ai-ccss to the intoxicating fluid jre inulti
piled i and that it will decrease in pro
Chnttmflt Qj Co;r We learn by a
statement bv John Ward, in the St. lruis
'Beacon uf May 33, in.t lrc wis c.Ucilbc
the name of tneir trovenuneni all ueeo-
nations bwween the two countries, ui
tlits tumh-r are,
1st. Tna Envtnr Extraordinary and
" 2d.' "the Shniittr PtrntfiolcHliary.-
Ud. Thk. t'opeVifin,t'o- ? - -Hlr
Mtniste? or tlia third grade diffet
from those of the second onty in the cer
ftttrinir the session of
J ----t lillt I'll ""') "I
their country, will; but jniny scorn "M lhc C'irstiit Court in ih t District, .and .ask
think it m eaaeiuiaLparx , $ liberty to fjc ' c( ny hft Vrn, " lo yuu koow of any
come gloriously drunk on ucn occasion... ( (jn i,., ,,, at ,.,r m this county with
Arvl how mmy are tnere,Mmj m.n
suHTrages to the mn w towill Kvc them
the best treat? Those fandidales who
make it their business i.alJsaLou'. intoi-
r,tJn lini,nr fnfiil' iln ti Suff jirC of
Th'el r"f e Itawnrra-vrtT-aTe- to im-v
as the greatest corrupters of human so
Iiii vcar?' Ward replied, "I
(!,." The foreman then requeued mm
u, r.ume the person without naming
htmolf ; which he refused to do,
..liil to. ordered Ward to answer, but
couli'e'Pen'ee'of the rtieral apprehension
of danr, some oi ir i''''i "
neH if last r mited tne v-rce geni av-"..
Mi,rhrll. for the nurnoseoi obtain
iar whateter Informatior, he might pov
husa in reiaiu- " - , " --
ties. The following n tne miormaiion
which' be aMod. Tne statement il .
r.i-nished us br ne of. the genilemeti
who held the cinvcraatLiii with him.
The gent statti that ihcro had beeji
several aecret councili held by Ihe chiefs;
that he hid liccii informed by several
Indians, that they the lgd'una, in i these
councils, bv! resot.ed to stay and die up
.. .hrir'sial i tint titer hvl ! resolved.
to kiij him the brcti -iI -K5 of
extermination up n tt ironuers, ami as
.vr whiu west of the l lint
Still U't v.v T -
river j and het .ro.m aUojjld be sent to
fight them they w.iuw rc-ire u tno
vvamos and die to a nun CishnnR for the
soil of their forefathers, 'I he ajjent, not
QUltinff 9uflk ieiHrniiticclaiht5a n'.
rV;;7iTtfnitaim timil an old tfcpstta.
Me ciiier, In who ii he Kid aiwiy yrwtfbe
..,r,.ST confidence, and who had always
manireitcd !or'hioi",c Kra(t....f. itr,d:.
ship, cume to him and told him in confi
dence that the report wis true, and that
he hVmWlf was s member! ton e-rst
rotmcil wi'ich passed th- aforesaid rcs.oin-
lio;', and lhat he vmcd fx i', hut that be
hud so great a friendship f jr him tha
ap-ent, that lu) could nut lecjiicile it to
hi coascieticc t,J fa'" to violate his faith
hs to see him sacrificed wi.ix.m apprising
heic:oiro becon pniI-, no lajury csn
f, r.,,1 the rct)Otiii)n of ti ; Im" s,mn
rit.knn. 4'" I. 'f
M ts the chut
not represent their State, or Sovereign, ri(Jtr Th,y m,v uV 0f lib-nv : '! Uca.ill r, fusing, Ihe Judge (Car. ) .oml. ""'f
do;) they are only charged to carry on in chitf Uberlv C(W1; Thfcy ra .y talk commiuc,i for contempt of Court, ndi"Jlle lo " J- . .' 1 , a,(,
U n.ma. in-i.. ..nMrmiunl all 11POT1- . . 1 I .. h:T I . -i i i.u .1' .-. -SOUS. 111! I IIJIJ J II J 'wi
Ali.Cr6ceries, rlnrdwar&ttlerv, PUteAlVarefcj.era9Bi..t,4iwir reception, and .Wl conoid.'
CjckjUtt..attar.he.d to. Alieir station. ney
iiaia, i'u i r, ,. , '.- .- -
i i .a Hon me-1 i . i ik f, .'I.Vwiuir manner;
"l.iths, brtoes, ionnci5,pjaj.
'and every iuticle usually &uZtk
- . ; v i. i..i. :..
ly itn t'lin, fit , . i r l ' J
. par.etual ctjstonMTBOit a alwrt credit. Tl.e pub- Lcm3 pon the. usages . of
lie are reapecttuiiy mvucu io wm, cii".i
may be classed in the follcFwing manner';
1 st. Mnhter KcaJen'.
3d. Mmiaicr Charge d'.lfiirt.
5J... CLaree.XJl-ur... - -
rf nilrinlUm ;.,! I "Ml ft llf CLIll lM l'; tl(
there is something they love more tnin
country.. They may talk ol s-erviog the
people; but there is tw- one they arc
ho remained in jail uu'il ihe Mth ol April
when ho was brought Birain oenrc tne
Grand Jurv, and asked, " Uavr you ever
seen Joh.iC Smith, or Uu Jiy lui.ail uct
h becomes Terjrwbcf eitiztrtiaiKai-r j,,,- at- an,- Umo " w.hr,ln tf,c -h-t ou,...-.,,,
thismattcrcarefullynduietnctretTom;;, ro whiCh Ward replied, Ffl :rt7,M;ffr;,,
trrrKwe these fl.t gales ef ina morality J JfV(f .ren anv ,tfch nmii; in this coon- Ch5n! ' r
, ... s m-n. the t . L . ..... . rliC ciiUClll ren i th if l"ss, tn
lor ii pciunncv. w - r--' I tv, i was a mnv co'icerneu, uom ai i " , ,, t , , ,,.:,.,,
'. e.w .i... ;t t;..i i " . x . ...... ......Liut.i. , tui-iurins a talk lrjHs oatiu),
stream issuing : irom vibih j j
ha I best ifi '"J i'ds Uo
nublic. as ;lV apperain to the safety of
' 'V .. . . I.' . I' .1 :n :talr.l I ht llf-
, , t . .: I., llw ( .!ii'ni7fl.
-mr I'M. iVMi occn u- -
...,,. u ,.. ...... .. . .. . I. . . .. 1. .... l TlM 1 a .
Wv-the - -an
ISSSP.. Xe.rJL-thln ucscrvci tuc
name of irbertlromrtand.'--'-'--'
"' I would nere respectttntr suggest io
all who regard- the future elory aril wel
fare of Me country w,cUier,Uwi3e leasts
SaUJury, June -hi, IS:').
-4tr-wKieh hheealftrtc-e-wilUi glvstn,
in cash. I can at alt tirftea be found, in Sal'a.
biirv, at E. Allemong's Maminn Hotel. Any
perMm wishing to sell, to whom U ni iv ,bf in
convtmi.iit to make apjilicatior,, ca" direct a few
lint. 1 1 me, at Salifcbury, N. C. and they will be
attended" 16. : JOSIATT UVIZ.
Sa'uhwJHnc 23f, 1829. 73.
fN H'ir' subscriber hn just
ff'9 JL returned from (he
y- Svy North, with as good an as-
r'.V . 1 . - AVE rfvTcAr.
Mim&ZSEZ&SZ- UVMLMr.t.Lt-. lt-ttthcrtrSrthMW
. n l r . , ., ! 1,:. " .
,lmnlf' in np ll.i 1'it.aa, ir.i ri n-t ilium, and tllC
MPaOISatflCera C.tn.a ;.. elegaut UQia .an'l
fretrer -and keeperorneiaD.e ; at.. ne , - ' ,,', ,.ivfi Uleir
. .. . I ., - . .K ,.
rJr. 7 1- T '.' but kill every white mm wii.icro.sed
uiwntneCdtfrr ordered hit-ttb aa.4P.!4i, t Jim
.itt.( m iail fhr thirtvdvs' tndlaviVf,,,- ; : ., ..VhI'V'
Y n, it thr sj;nc : -rirmn winniiir
nends uuon the usages of lie several
rf,r!s. or covcrnmcms, at whlth they
reside; they have iv cretienua- . - uer io
th.e Secretary ol butte, or ol me Wepatt
i.f Kornitrn relations: wi ir.i-t not
iiltiin "i - - -1 -
li wcver, confound tnem with the charge
I'AIT.irp.s nd mtmnu who are I'fq-joiitly
only ..prcaeaie.d voibally by their M.nister
u, hii rienartui'C.
The relauvc rank that each foreign
Minister is emitted t" in the country
where he resides- strange as it may up1
pear io us plain ItcpuBlicjhs,' has !en a
Ihowever, finally sttilcd at the Conjrcia
of the A'litd lowers assemMed at icnna
in 1815, that each member of the lipio-
maticbody hhouid ran in Ins Rrauc, it
the cuu;t or government to which he is
accredited, according io UicoIVicul r.oiift
cation ot his an ival; which arrangement
has hew,, MttacUlCi-acrt.iicsc(.u mM
extremely nitinris to tho interests oi
virtue v.m m )r aiity. i s,oax ot tne mau
rv. nf rtiftrvinir it bv diinkine toasts.
A . not these celebrations calculated to
rmrti, the cause of intemperance f
Are tnere not mmv whose hearts arc ful
ler of ,iftrt ihn their heads arc of sense
Thise places where sniritous liquors
cnif! o.it in small no aVitiiies arc. per
III W S Jt m
harts, the most fruitful sources of intern-
p?rance m the laivi. i ncse piauc aic,
the resort of the idle, the profahe and 'he
infempira'P They meet und spend their
af.enioo! and their monsy, if they have
any, or run thtmsclves in debt if they
have none. They bring 'heir families to
wrr.tche dncis and ruin. one
spend their time at a'i.:h-placcs withouc
reviving the infection. The num'icr of
'hose who resort to thsm is continually
on the increase. The children of such
drawn tut the snare,
f,h m.ilPrnn eve. HOW miny ucH'-
!)AFh.,ft,U.arn.nd such places, present tne
mitted to jail 'for thirty days' and pay 'j
a " hue ol one hundred dollars, uivi
starrclxommied --wrtH the-fiiieeiid cost
be- fuliy-paid -
A'vAher Steamut K J7a'rr Tim boH
erof ths showy, glitirrjo-; Sleitner, " lc
nowned Ta'ole Uidior," litnry Clay Com
mmder, when lying ut anchor, at the Tort
of Louisvilie- Kcumkv, burs', and blew up
wiih a terrible explosion. Her Corn man
!ir was blown ' Sky-I.iirh"! and ev.ipora
ed into thin air, whilai tho whole ol' her !
u,v,u,. lsi le ini. t't Crowell
ccming the aff ur, and th .t h - w.oid aso
h ave'appl Ised the liveroo -f -of
tho same, but that htthe A;je:H; does
not apprehrnd immrdiU'r linger io. the
(.HI2UUS ol'irorM , ov w.n.u ui-.y
iufer that no informstioti will he, comuni
cated to the authorities of this statf, by
this humane ofliter, unlit luiiiH-oia'e uan-
m j, tnly appHntel to M i44ion-of the
firkt and second' rrrad? his person ii In
violaWe, and he. is entitled to all the im
munitres or the' Minister, because oi nis
ntihlic character, as well as on ac-
A CamuL cannot be considered a vpi;
timtic .Izent : he does no1 enjoy the pr wt
ip...mf such: he has no credential lei-
... .i...... ..I.- i...... .i,,..1m , ..,... M.r .jYl.....tJ.li..
.il letter ; an.i ne in mm,""
rial capacity after having obtained an rr
XUUUirUl VI v - P
rnent from the government of the couiv
iry where he is to reside, consuls 10 ;nc
lwer of Birbary form an exception,
and are the ouly ones that arc accredited
Aod treated as Jlmisters.
i'h. nnhlie Ministers of the United
Spates hav generally been men of great
ahiltiv. Franklin and Jefferson would do
honor- to any age and to any couuuy
Th. knowledge reouistte for one is not
u...r. in he acnuire d by "intuition ;
other knowledge, it is only to
. .. i .i . ..i ft and
I be obtained oy stuoy " wpe,";vt
I:. .,a, k aItmtMed. that, occasionally,
blunders have been committed by.fgrwr-
ant and, incompeicnt persorw
led - for.
rnmet UOijn tllC OCUlik. I''H hctll
h. , i : " .
... t.A . si h-.m nr unt. -lt he IS flnref 10
.. IL, lll.l l w - - -
oasscngerii and crew pinvidemi illv re hjs oii1itu. iliat the Indi m-. nrr mcditn,
mame.l unhurt. The. acrid-mi e video' I y.: li( WilP pon ti,c whites, a huin;lv con
arose from the unskilful aud .ahuti-eperotu ! cei ve l w iC ia4 duty an tiflii cr, and
conduct.. of her Comm ti ler, by charging M conaialy as a BiM t.o mike, known
hu- hnilder too high, directly against the 1 hc fjf , ,rj lhe (ioVenior of (leorgia, and
admonition of even hia own ctiatuourcd j m n Governor of Alabama. Uc
devotees, and particulHtly of a kind-hear'. , f jVTssitilv have coinmutiu.red with
ed Irishman wlio being present in tl: ! (he . aniilbchs declined io cor-
midst of tho unlortuo te .oinmander a i rt.s.ori(l with tho former, because ol a
delirious vagaries, cied out in an audible 1 ,()i,uli,y w4jch he m y havo cm, traced
voice, i' Go a htad, my honey ' you aKJj uHr ute, i.i eoi-ieiuei,:e of her
bursting your own boiler fa i' eiiough .'" ,,f,rtM , 0i)la, j,cr iiUis, which he ao
Kkhnnnd Enutrcr. , ..ooo-.ed. w.- ran onlv say that it
M)dnt-"am' Cly.iti. ':wjyyhiVg-'W-b?rttM .
Speech at Looisvdv, on the 2 lh of Jtme, j Incick.ivs.lhjf. Agent has not thought
have raised agais' me, are rufimiy nvs-ny , f,yf ns ol hosiiluy a nou '-na . tnuians.
itives tortured bv the sjow, though ex
cruciating fires of pining grief and cheer-.-f.r.
aa l liuildiiiet, fallen
IC '" l '' r-" .
into d.M;ay and .ttto , me - lQ0 ,,., , morsel fordih,"
household, is. spei.dm? His rat the Siatem.
have raiseo aynis1 "'G , ' , y , ! ni.frons ot nosnmy "-'""" ' . , , ,
awiy.MT.lep1ie-ara to ba ' u'.iwnscWv j, (5VlJoel of uir comity 'iU Lewis'; has
that he also is 41 rapidly uwssing .away." .... praiseworthy promp nss in
hfi.j fn"'lt. Bll! I wilh it, all thtir2s.r
miv Li'.L.- .. 1 .... IVi . foi- !Lf An.i in n
few days, he will receive a very elegant assort.
meat ot M,HiZ.lrty Gjbj..- Also, all Kimis or
ver-ll'ar?, kept conatantly on hand, or. made to
tnler on short notice. All of which will be sold
awer tftin"uefr')jwttitr wirre" ever- tlrspwtett -w
UEWtPf. Ill n!a.p .
The public-are a;e.peclfully invited to call and J
ciiiiiiia uiew gonusf tneir ncniits", cn.-nuuc,
aidciieapnesa, caniiotfail of pleasiiijrtUuae who
"' Af iMrpffitiKfrrfopibrt, v wmrtA
tc keep time s the shop s two doors below the
coiirUi,,iHe. on Main-street. ROC '' W NNE. .
ft. I have recently employed an ixcellcnt
oikmuti, who will in fttiurl- bectlnstanlly in iv
Sliop ; so that those disposed to patronize me,
a my line of business, need be undhr no appr
'isnsion, hi concequence of mv occasional a
'rtce. ' K. WYNNE.:
4 LL ihoa liwlcbted to, the uh;cril)er, by
' note, or otherwise, ar hereby notified to
'""il immediately a'.td make payment. This nor
vilt apply Wore parreulaHy,- to all
W ho do riot live in the immediate neigh
'Wl'itid of Salisbury. ROBERT WYNNE.
iarcA30A. IfUQ. ' - . - 60tf
aarthlvt and Mr. Marry May. unless ne v j. wj.n thc-- vmh.es nt m .ny ol tho
iii.ioi i o iu.-j,
IOR land anld by order of writs of venditioni
exponas, for sate at this off.Qc,
grog ship. J.lstei4.'rf :'Kml.!ay and
7 , . i. Kt. f .mit. his return
ruppme Utrn;,i on it
:. . ....;..t tv',- trl.toinv anxiety- "hen
i.i - i r I
' .L - ......rt-a nil
f.ih,.r. ) , nitTri tn-Il -OVe Uiar wi-v
ifrchiWrtft?- ,";J-y.r(sjv9r than
. C . . tUia tiatis
inhd -ls ; ihcv p .v .e not wr
Over every sue.n shop it should be writ
ten, in large o'uck letter Mis if me
Wvj It death, the giie to hell '.-cnlerfn
all ye that eck death; arim oj me war
ti.t T hmip minified.
Let the youth lake waraing ana stsnu
far from these deep pits ; they "are like
. v ,..i- When the victim once co-
ters, he will hnd no soiva grounu to si..m
Ari.; nCntf Mrnncr men - llve-iHei
many t oung men have fallen i let the
k h u.c.,r.f! that there is nosiety
K,.t it. kmn! at a distance. ut are
u.ose who administer the destroying fluid
guiltless I Can a man put a serpen; in
r.r,nt Ant - In n Mi.-itrtr a celebration of
l- .u ;,,:iv! ,ir.:,r lia'iL'h. the Heifis
ieV or iTai" MrMrVilaT Vait ; itn' m
hia lODth year.wa yarticulnvly nvima;
btiv with' his.crap but' said he wouki
send one .ot his, boys a iao uioi "i -
toast. No toasts however vcr uraniv,
for there were no intoxicating liquors on
the croutid j Long fefore ,l,e dca ot
the' evenicn; the grattu,'i compmy
a day of sober and rational enjoymenl
departed for their homes, with improved
national and neighborhood feelings.
An easttrn paper mentions that the
buildings afMiddletownv Conn, recently
occupied by Capt. Tatridge's institution,
which ha" J been discontinued, rill be pur
chased for a Wesle-jvy, I'aivcxihy.
ri izuns of "his pLcc, -h? fo-varded last
I Ut'SUjy " liAlIV
with a reouesf lhat his excellency tho
Governor woutd cause a depU u bo
,.,.,!. in this nine of Dubtk arms and
! ammunition, auflKi-m fjr lis protection
Town U hi a very tncrle-'.'s Viuratioh,
nm 'tine nu. in ld Mk VWl1 fu
riT.ii. Williams, of btonington, (Connec
ticut) has scut a schoonef tothe btia'ns of
bellisle, with 1.3 men and but one gdlo
of spirits onboard. The men agree, to
forfeit 2 lur every time they drink ar
dent 'spirits,. anraTeffreceivex UUiey
refrain during the voyjgeiJ
A yotmg man was lately kftotked dowtt
by the hail in a worm at l)rummo;id, U.
(J. Ohe piese consumed tije!.t Minetot
W"-Wiw?wf rtssrww f?-vimtt fs& imsx AktuA tisWr&
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