Hfr WWUlT IBWBT H.WH.
Courier ;'' 'fti to Com-
fhe puWw me" w"
Preideot. ; iiv.-Gen. Eton
rather a ..int;e much
.kiv.TO,.fiw..bi,k .'creVi-P'.JV ,V.-vJ.' . ... jt.inr
re5thofmna. - ?UhMnatyke foHow, ;
r.rd that ha ' m2Z?nte& 1 M'" -- w nT
" years of age, end el! formed J hi e
penetrating eyey and en-easy -end graceful
The Secretary of the .Vatur, the; Hon
Mr. Branches' one of thoie gentlemen
whc by'e kindness of manner, immedi
ately lake, lie is tall and well propor
tioned U graceful in hi gesture!) and
polite end affable in his intercourse with
others. While possessing all the kind
ness of human nature, he is e close dis
cerner of things; firm in his purpose i
end full of energy ft his office. We rosy
expect e great improvement in his de
partment, and (hat the Navy will find the
benefit of his administration;
The Poitmatter General, Mr. Berry, Is
considered as e mtn poisesaing extraor
dinary ebilhies. lie is rather above the
ordinary size in height, bat thin in body
end visage. His ere is penetrating and
expressive of energy and intellectual
powerClW'irtr very ; modest deport
menl, he mmtiAi t very strong indice
lion of - energy.-,-His conversation - it
fluent and to th point- Hi voire U har
monious. He is said to he a great orator,
ajad there is every reason lo believe it,
because he is e sensible and intelligent
pleies in common conversation.
The General in Chief of the Jrmy, Ma
romb, is possessed of a good natural un
derstsoding, great professional skill and
judgment, easy and polite manners dig
nified deportment and the happy tact of
making people pleused with him on a
first acquaintance. 1 also understood
from the officers that he was very popu
krAnd jmucljfilcemed andbeJorclby
The Commitary General of SubtUtcnce,
General Gibson, is an old companion in
arms of th'e President, and one of your
modest, discreet, tensiUe men, who wiib
;;put m'ucjbara4rdaee- great deal, and
ihinks jkeplyxiie seems to be a univer
Senate, is a gentleman of mild .msnnerj,
of extensive information, and seems to be
greatly esteemed by the President.
There is an independence in his charac
" tf r that it very- prepossessing, .nArwhilci
he exhibits a proper regard, for his sta
tion, ibete - about turn, every thing to
haracteristt-thei.Btatesman and the gen-
.te'man. . . ::z - , . '..
Commodvret Rodgers and Warringrnn
are excellent specimens of our oavy om-.
cers J both possessing that sound judge
ment and gobd common sense notion of
ththgs which ao peculiarly mark the prc
Commodore Barron is a very intelligent
i officer possessing a great deal of prac
tical science, and, as I am informed, In
vented many very useful machines ani
improvements in the nautical line.
Chervtee Territory. Wt have been
' credibly informed that measures are now
in progress, under the sanction of the
Geri'"al Government, for effecting an ex
liryuisament of the Indian cLim to. the
baUnce of the Cherokee Territory with
1 in the chartered limits of Georgia. Col.
Tatoall of Georgia, and Gov. Carrull of
Tennessee, have been appointed commis
sioners on the part of Govern ment, to is
4ng the stntlmenU pf ihe nation, with r"e
i)t q a final- aiHiicatioTrotin e" 'soil.
, cihuiili! there be evidence of a disposition,
combined wilb a willingness on the part
tf the Cherokee to enter into negociation
by treaty, Geo. CefTee, it ia also stated, is
instructed to join Col Tatoall and Gov.
Carroll, (n the capacity of commissioner,
,.ad, to. proceed in the aceomplishment of
the object meditated. AthetaaH.
" tjbvcrnor Jlovttoti.A letter, received
hv a gentleman of Knoxville, from Gov.
?ottstorii i-g ?veinfroatiotilbatlhj litter
was at the datf -Ihe lUrMay 29th,
W bis Way tathe wpper village ofibcOv
"ages7isnd would ahortly return to the re
idence of Jolly, the present King of the
Cherokees, who in 18 IT adopted him as
his son, and with whom die Governor has
I) ten invited, and intends to reside.
At the conclusion of the religious cer
emonica in Newfoundlantl, for the cmeo
cipation of the Irish Catholics, the Res'.
, Mr. Fleming desired bis congregation to
give, after the church service, three cheer
for the King, three for the Duke of Wel
lington, three for Mr. Peel, and as many
as their lungs would permit for Daniel
O'ConneU whicb was cpmpUed witt.tb
7'ii was oenv'"- 7
Creek starrer, v
ers oi age,
head men, tod
the Counci o COnvened
werriore of m 7W ,, tka Talk of
for W on th subiect of 4f '"
the fl'y Ahr the communication oi
iheiMane.. T tk rMyl the dawmneA
tna Kth airenl. nrotounq enenco
U C. rainutes ensued, when the aged
first cstne over the tvuio svaterv tie was
trot r IHtle-maiwend-wws-e - rsd-coit
Our chiefs met him on the bankipf s
river Savannah, and smoked with hm
P'Do of pesce. He was then very lide
His legs were cramped by kitting oej in
his big boat, and he begged for e Itle
land to litrht his fire on. He said hehad
come nver the wide watera to teaclo
dians new things, and to make thempap
nv. - He said he loved his red brotersj
iTe was erv kind.
Muscogees gave the white manland,
and kindled him a fire, that he might
warm himself, and when his enemis, the
pale faces ot the south made war or him,
their young men drew the tomahak,.and
protected his head from the scalpinr knife.
Rut when the white man had warmed
himself before the Indians'' fire, arid filled
hi nsetf with fheir hominy, ho became
very large. With a step he bestrode the
mountains and his feet covered the plain
end the tallies .His hands grasped the
eastern end the western mk and his Head
rM4 ihe moon, i hen he became
onr great father. He loved bis red chil
dren! and he said, 'Get a little farther,
lest I tread on thee? With one foot ha
pusbedjhe.rc man over the 0cpneet and.
with the other he trampled down the
graves or ms turners, ana tne lorest
where he had so long hun'cd the deer.
But our great father still loved his red
children, and he smn mde to them an
other talk. He ssid, ' Get a little far
ther; you are too near me..' But there
were some bad -men among the Musco
gee s then as there are now. They lin
gered -around the graves of their anr.esiurs.
til! they were crushed beneath the heavy
tread of our great nther. 1 heir teeth
pierced bis feet, and made him angry.
Yet he continued to lore his red children ;
and when he feund them too slow in mov
ingijjc snt W CM fcuns before, bim ta
I sweep hisjpsth.
many talk' from our great; father; bun
ibey are always begun and ended in this
Get a little farther ; you are too near
Mrothen .'Our great father says, that
where we.now are, our white brothers have
alwav claimed the tani T " He speaks' with
t a straight "tong-u and :canoxjt-bev: But
when he first came over the wide watera,
b.UtJ!Lw.,. JfJ.'rotiJ and stood before
the itrest thitjf at the council " orTamac
raw BluhVhe aaidr Give me a little land
which you can spare, and I will pa you
Brothen When our great father
made us a talk on a former occasion, and
said, Get a little farther go beyond the
Oconee, the Oakmulgee, there is a plea
aant country,' he also said 'it thaltbe
yovnor ever.' I have listened to his
present talk. He sayt, 4 The land where
vou now live is not yours. Go -beyond
the Mississippi ; there is game; and you
may remain while the grass grows or the
waters run.' Brother ! Will not our
grest father come there also ? He loves
bis red children. He speaks with a
Kalrait-M tongue, and will not lie.
Srtfhert Our great father says that
our bad men have made his heart bleed,
for the murder of one of his white chil
dren. Yet where are the red men which
he fivves, onco as numereus is the leaves
ctusheTbcneatFhia own fotjtep
Brother ! Our great father says, we
must go beyond the Mississippi. We
shall there be under his care, and exper
ience his kindness. He ia very good !
We have felt it all before ! ;
Brothcro I have done."
sed through Washington, on his way to
Europe. We learn from him, that he has
been fully occupied since bis debate with
ths after. he discussion in the city of Cin
cirt be pub
lished there, and which contains a narra
tive of his voyage to, and proceedings in
Mexico, and a review of the public meet
ing with M r. Campbell. A'at. Intel. 10th.
- The following recipe (says the Nation
el Gazette) is now current in the newspa.
pers: ' ' -
or pytfiefitia. One pint of hiekdry
ashes, one quart of. boiling water, and a
tea cup of soot, Let it stand 24 hours,
strain and bottle it.?
The writer forgot to subjoin" and
then throw the whole away." The dys
pepsia patient ia sufficiently miserable,
without being thu druggedi
k .nndeBt of the New-York Commrfr.
clal Adreriiser, under, date of WaKhingloni July
y, in apeskirig ot tne wiai w vr. aiuns,.
Yesterday a very affecting acene wai
exhibited in the Circuit Court. 1 M et i-
Henra in the case of Dr. Welkins, om the
first dar, was, as you will hara aeen from
mv fotmer letter, more favorable to the
. i Bk.a a. & m aniiaiitaf jai in asn
.!.- .a ' 1
cany . r;Vi":T"' I.Lu.- . 1.A MA th. V.lderneas to
letter eat offered in cvtoenee oy m
CounsI for the United States which, af-1
r.iriMiisaitwisraa 'admtttctWlt I
MrnadW to be a letter written by Dr.
... AvVi'tiailr awrittms"' ait I
quest tf H arrjl," in onJerio-contirm -cer-1
ait,ar.,ataunJMta pjen nio
given to B'ra y ." awras. wr ir t
intimatedtbat mere were circunwancr
vvaixins wniw.1 m.s
so as tainjure him in reputation, an that
to pre vnt this, he submitted the explana-
,t. fakjVh ware, in affect, thai he in
connecxitn w Uh Mr. Southard, had drawn
ti l ..J P..,M,n Hr.fr. in (ha
upon Ha-risand Pauldinif drafta to toe
amount af 4050 dollars, required for pur-
nnsea contected with the service of the
Navy, and for which appropriations bad
not yet been road. -He informed Harria
. . J-t k.j r.,.A
mat aovertp circunw.n. .
mm irom eotsiniog rownj
. - - 'i u. ... Ih.
sums wnt:n were aosiracieu irwia
Agents bv these drafts, bat declared that
the amount would be refunded.
- Soon after this expoehlon, Mr. South
avd ws ssked if he had not received 1
letter Iron Dr Watkios to relation to
these traniactions. He replied that he
hsd receive! in Philadelphia an anony
mous lettsr, be band writing of which be
knew, to be that of Di, Watkios. and bad
replied tot on the same day. tie oe
dined to gre. up this letter, which waa
evidently witten conhdentully. until ex
pressly o'dired to do"" so by the Court.
After discission and deliberation, the
Court ren-jred that it ahould-be fiven io
evidence. ,t was read, and turned out to
be a movinf -invocation to Mr. Southard,
to confirm fie explanations which "at
kins bad mide to Harris in Boston, (a
copy of thin letter being enclosed to Mr.
Southard,) and thus save him and his
familr fromdestruction. Mr. Southard'a
reply was read, which waa highly honor
able to that distinruished statesman, lie
exbressedhTs reeret that be could not
conBrm tie statements made to Harris
Ignorant as he was of the precise charac
ter of the allegations brought forward
against Dr. Watkins, he could only aay,
that, If called updo to giro testimony, he
should obey no' guides but truth and bis
w..h...i - a" fa'-'.- "" -
tio-rwix jo powerful -thit he could .not
finish the letter, which waa read to the
end "by Judge ?ra"neb. Here tha cane
dosed for the prosecution.
Abolition of Slavery. A Memorial has
been, originated in Aucusta county, and
will be . presented to the Virginia State
Convention 16 be held in Richmond next
October, praying that provision be made
rthtConstltoUon-lor the gradual aboii--
tion of slavery. The Stsunton Spectator
says that as far as can be learned, there is
a general mendliueae among the people
to the object, the only difference of opio
ion is as to the. time of agitating the sub
Valuable fleriodicalflir. George M.
Grouard proposes to commence the" pub
licaiion at the city, of Washington about
the 1st of December next, of a week
ty paper to be entitled the American Be
carder, each number to contain sixteen
pages imperial octavo, in small type, at
the price of five dollars a rear. This
work is to be devoted to the dissemina
tion of that species of authentic intelli
gence, which is most immediately con
nected with the political interests of this
country ; and with which, the people of
America in particular ought to keep them
selves constantly acquainted. It will com
prlser among otheiattewp-polhieal
of the government, interesting reports
oTcoromlUees In" CobgfilsTibimnnjf
proceedings 10 Congress, leading speech
es in that body, statistics generally, im
portant law opinions, official appointments
and promotions, notices of the progress
of the sciences and the arts, internal im
ptMme.atsj! sis of newt, foreign aqu domestic an an
nual table exhibiting; ihe names of gov
ernment officers civil, judicial, military
and navaland other interesting infor-
Counterfeit. The Boston Patriot con
tains a caution to the public against re
ceiving Ten Dollar Pills of the United
States Bank, payable io Charletont with
out strict examination, as one or more
counterfeit bills of this description, have
been passed in that city.
" -.-s "asBeeaj-a
JaelwtTcBafitltU in the United State.
The New Baptiet Miscellany for March
Isst, informs us, that the additions to the
Baptist churches on this side of the At
lantic, during the past year, amount to
more than the aggregate of all the Bap
tist churches io Ojtx Britain and Ire
Jand. . CiU,Star,
JIUGVST II, 1829.
We are authorised to announce Juhn March,
Esq. at I candidate to represent Rowan couuty
in (he HAuae of Commons of the next General
Awembly of ibis State. - , .....
' " .
blossom like the rose.- Tbrty years afo, the
-Kit laiiaaetflsiey.,Fw towj
six to ten cents an sere t but now.owinf to the
'l:Wi--rfiW Mm fwm .. mi , '
Selwy iBnnce,-tn thirty ywrvof nearh-ax
The seventh anaual meeting of the Rowan
B;bt vu Deia tt .Thyatira Church on
Monday, the 4th init A respectable concourse
of citizens attended i altboueh ow'mr to the
unfavorable atate of the weather, there were
fewer present than otherwise would have been,
MKniTeriirT Mrmon waa preached by the
JtM BankiHt of tbi, town, from 3 eh. 1st
AaA oj c, PaulV Epistle to the Romans.
At the previous anniversary meeting,, Agenta
were de..gn.td to eiolore the county, and
ascertain the number of families destitute of the
. . h of
I - . . .
tnele Ajcenti, it appears that there are at least
, jqq ftm,nea in Rowan counjty, aesntute of tne
Holy Scripture. The exploration made by the
ajjen's waa, however, but partial, their other
engagements noi permiuin; mem xo give a
thorough attention to the vibiect i so that the
number of destitute families actually ascer
tained, ia lew than 300 1 but from the probable
om'rat:om, the above estimate ia presumed rather
to fall short, than exceed, the real number.
The agenta were authorised to continue their
Ikbara tor another year i and, in addition, were
requested . le supply ,.dIUtute : faroiliea with
Bibles, to be lumisuea oy lue nocieiy. n con-
Bdent hope is, thrrefore, cherished, that at the
next anntveraary meeung oi tne socieiy, n win
be ascertained that but few familea in our county
will remain without the Word of Cod in their
TTerirv 'the TdurtKfjf Fnneejts landed in hta-
torv as a paragon of philanthropy and beneo
lence, for wishing every man in the kingdom
had a fowl in bia pot i But how much more be
nevolent, yea godlike, ii it in tne pnilantnropieit
and Christiana of the present day, not only to
wmA. but U WILL, that even- fumify in the Re
ptibtic should potecas, not a fawi only, which
minitteretb alone lo tneenmior-w inee-n, out
the Scripture of the Everlm-in Cod, without
which the SOUL, that pearl of inestimable vaf-
It was Reflved, that th aernts of the Society
dUposa 'o Bibles at balf priced to those in nar.
row circumatancea and that they makdona
tiona to such a are unable to pay any price.
A new supply of Bibles was ordered to he
nnwiirrtl from the oarent institution in New.
Ynrlf. XVe are unadvised oMhe number, of
but we are. a ware that pecuniary help U greatly
needd, and that toe erTorta of .the officers and
agents of the society have been impeded in con
sequence We regret we were unable to attend the
meeting, as the proceeding vere.of an inter
The former OfRcra were re-elected j to wit :
Ren Jess BanlSn, President CeOrge Andrews,
Thomas a Polk-.-Revr Damer "ShererrReV.
Joseph D. Kilpatrick, Vire PreaidenUj Charles
i Fiiher,. Secretary 4 Thomas L- Cowan,.! reasu-
rer T Rr rr Johrr Rrcki' - John -Andrews;' fb
White, Michiel Brown, John M'Cullocb, A!' el
Graham, Tliomaa M'Neely, Managers.
The next annual meeting of the Society, is to
beheld at ITnitn Churett, a few miltjl east of
Salisbury, on the firM Saturday in Augnat, 1430,
Fltrida.Tht Tallahansee rjpridlan, of the
21 at ult. siys there was at that tirce, no prevail
ing.iickne.ss there, and none was apprehended;
the country was remarkably free of (Hease, and
the citizen were confident this the present
season would add to the evidence in favor of its
general character for health. The same paper
however, cootaine the death of three persons in
tbe town : one on the 17tb, another on the
18tb, and the third on the 19th of the month.
Mr. Adams seems to have been dropp'd, and
almost forgotten by the coalition, and Hnry
Clay to be now the mmter-ipirit, and the Na
tional Journal the central organ, of the faction
which assails Gen. Jackson's administration,
with the vain hope of rendering it unpopular
with, the people, and thus pulling it- supporters
down to a level with tbemielves. And every
WMnTytbe"abTCTe and-ahmder tf that print,
and-guaarmg . in every thing
tween the teeth of that great speech-monger,
the travelling raer, as oracular, preieuM
weekly to its, readers most unsavory dishes of
nauseating ingredaenta, hathtd up from the
leaving of the Journal, and seasoned by the
J?iVSLi.Ry4;En,lni .which iaJonMantly
emitted by these little pimpa of the aforcaaul
faction. It is most lamentable-, that honest, art.
lets people ahould be crammed with tuck polit
Tnt frnm- th bod.no)ile Mu nmr bw Sr.
fietlf healthy., while it ia forcedto r?Tlfsk
The Indian. Kn article from the Columbus
f Georgia) Enquirer, relative to hostile indica
tions on the part of the Creek and other Indian,
will be found on tne first page of this week's
Carolinian. We have seen gentlemen imme
diately from Georgia, and have information de
rived through other channels, all going to, con
firm the statements of the Columbus paper.
We learn, moreover, that Col. CrowelL tne
Agent, has been compelled to leave his place
of residence among the Indian, and fly to Co
lumbus for safety: the military have been called
out to guard -the placet the frontier settlers
were moving on from their larma, to places or
safety)., the warlike movements of the Indians
had cauaed great alarm throughout that part of
the country, and active preparations for de-
fenoe werernakmg by jtae people-. .
ruaf. Infortnttjon to the 2t Jtiri, fmu
Lisbon, bis been received at Boston. The
Commercial Gazette tyt that arrests and in.
prisunments were daily "rnade, and the jreitt
fear penrsded all ranks, eicept the utellitnand!
adherents of Don Miguel. How long fill th'J
monster in human form be permiucd to tyrann
over that wretched people I It if a stur upon the
civifized natlone of Europe, to sufTer tufh s u.
pid, debauched, maudlin despot, to butcltf.L
coldblsod, au wbodo not laud .his bloody u-
pation. Ilia caree should be stopped, and lb-
brutified murderer himself bung up 6y fc
hec'tteadog to IWaTte-
rv'f :; " t, , , . . .. , . .'. ... .
-Aitippe thtmuthiftU emmtllttit'iiStf
aupporter of the late coalition admininntio,,
in this State, vice David Bernhardt,1 reiirnej
As. jmidit-lhe.'erosking. jmd..j lininj .of r
Adams pretaes, about the removal (rwa offic
Of a few unworthy inoumbertta, who werteiUirr
totally incompetent to discbarge tne dutiei de
volving on them, or used their public lrwt tj
defraud the government and minister to tlm
own extravagant and luxurious habits, our ,rJ
have been constantly saluted with tba alandet
out erj that an of Cu. Jackion's remor ! (J
sppointmtn's are made for the especial purpc,.
of pumhinj bis enemies' and rwarJSn h,
friends, anhougb Jacti gs ve the he to these bi!
assertions, we chronicle the above FACT
"""7 " aim imnieraie up
porters of the late Adams and Clay Jyni,c.
(the true friends tf Jatkn and Itrf irm dan'
need any auch allowing) that the eitravigu
charges, bitter revJings, and mawkish whir,
ings, which are ttt regularly diabed up to U.t !
through the coalition presses, are entitled t M
no consideration whatever; tlieyare the hollo
beartteas, bate slanders of diksppointed detniM
goguetvit tbe loss bfttietrtllgotfeu power iii
The President of the United States, and t!
SecreUry of Stste, paid a visit to the venerlj
last signer of the Declaration of Tiidepcubnu
Cliarles Carroll, or. the 2-jth ult, Tlie 8eerrtr J
went on, the next day, as fur as Wilminjtoi
Delaware, accompanied by staj. DonaMton, thJ
Prevident'v private secreUry, and two of til
ladies of the Preiident'a family,
The Uort. Mr- Branch, Secretary of the Ntv
mfivted in Waahingtbn City, on Tuedy, tli'J
28th ult. from a vkort visit to New-Yurk.
CHAPTER ACCIDENTS, CRIMES; U'
1. Selby Jump, of Caroline count u
Maryland, deliberately shot his brother,
weak or two since. He had previously
es pressed a determination to commit ih
muTder; and went to thehouse pfjn
brptherilo perpttrate the horrid deed'
3. Mr.Njnhan Kern waa killed in Ti!-
hot county, Maryland, on the 3d inst. b
a negro man namea Jim Darnett s tV
murderer stabbed hi victim twice, i;f
a large knifw. --.-........j....
. J. A negro man at Syracuse, Kt
York, sal t works, ha ring talked saucr u
hi employer, s Mrr1 IfirsbornTlhe Lttr
struck the black with the handle of a;
iron salt pan, which killed him. Uart
hwii was put to jail on a charge of oil:
4. Charles Humphreys was killed 1
few weeks sioco at Pittsburg, Pentisyl
yania, by William Hamilton : hey wert
both carpen-(err and intimate friend',
but after getting exhilarated on liquor,
they got into a dispute which could make
a panel door quickest; which led to
rencounter, in 'which" Humphreys tfi
Hamilton with a knife j whereupon tbe
Utter beat bis untapor.i-t over the head
with a billet of wood, until be killed him
Hamilton was put ia wil. So much fc'
rUfioer Canadannnhe 20th Jime-1-
titiehxd bcenserioccTtby Patrtck-Shiel-
under a promise of marriage ; and the
base wretch abandoned, her in a tate
6. A Mr. Poyers, of Lansinburg, Ne
XfirJ(ii.wliie .?ngg.di oiJhf -'liii1!
preparing varnish for the manufjcturf 0
oil-clplh, suffered his clothes, which were
preUy thoroughly saturated with oil, to
the fldme, or any other person renotv
assistance, he was burnt to death.
7. At Kitchburg, Massachusetts, 3 il
ult. Mr. John Davis, while employed in
paper-mill, was caught by hi apron and
drawn in between the fly-wneel and trur
die head, and instantly crushed to detji
8. A Mr. Crandsll was killed on tbe 4th
of July, at "Schenectady, New-Vork, by
le discharge or a cannon: his arm
torn off, and he died next day
. Francis Truiix, of Albany county
was most shockingly mangled and burn'
io a siruiUr way, on the same day