V xeivs ;
IM'K MOM EXGLAXD. .-.
The hlThom Dickinson has arri
ved it New Vork from Liverpool, bring-
-.ing London paper tothe 18th and Liter
pool .16 the 19th i , JunrinjflusiverThe
packet ship Edwird Bonaffe haa also sr
rived from Hf re, bringing Psria papers
to the 9th J one. ....
' IritoM THS ST 0 WAR. .
X, - " ' ' " w '. .1 I''.f ah.aafctf.wl AaA fWS a
'Wek the Turkish account oi me oauie
f iTih M.v. near I'ravaai. Accor
An tn lM K.Un must
Live come oil second best
The la'est Russian Bulletinbears the
date of the camp before Silistrii, May
29ih. , It appears that the operationi of
the iief;e of that place had but just com
menced. It seemed likely to be protrac
ted much longer than might suit the Rus
sian interests. A Turkish ship of the
line or 60 guns is said to have been burnt
at the entrance of the Bosphomsi under
theBre of a fort, by a small Russian
squadron. The Grand Vizier remained
Shut up in Choumla-
The latest accounts derived at Odes
sa, say irut the Grand Vitier is concentra
ting all hit forces behind Choumla.
There as ho newt from Vrna how
ever; no military operations of impor
tance could take place. The grass waa
but just springing up, sir'as to afford for
t t ibtjthe t9rtesnd ih a vlrjrTnd
artillery canuot act till the' ammunition
and provikions cm be conveyed.
Letters from Odessa, of the 24th of
MijI Mate that part of the Turkish fleet
had again got our of "theB'o'phoruTand
was pursued by Admiral Greig, lying be
say, that (be French General llullot, who
lately arrived there with the intenion of
entering the Turkish service, has been
appointe I hy the Sul'an, Chief of the gen
eral &urT. The Turks consider this ac
quisi'ion as highly valuable as the Gen
eral is represMited to them aa a very dis
..J.ipg.ni'bed. pfficerand has promised by
his connectionk in France to engage
many other officers to serve the Porte. .
It is mentioned in the extracts from
Brussels and Gei man papers, thut all ac
count agree in stating that the Turkish
infantry-nave tnucn improveu in aisci
pline .during the- winter. The Porte has
commissioDf ;d lheT iPch ofmrna. to
lut several ateam boats, through' the
agency of English houses. The Solbn
If SaW Trr have- given poMfive-orttert.lo-free
the European coast of the Black Sea
from :h ..nemr, whatever it may cost.
The 10,000 A Ibaoiaoa, latcljf arrived
j frnm' T'naisly, were ordered towards
oiteboli. A paruiri aph dated r romiers of
VaHacbt a,--M ay IT r- iKt 'hixM.kTi'.j hole rah&J f "w e hd I "should rrot
.... . . , .- . r,... .r-'S rrrz . ;r1rrrr". 'ifTT
penetrate intoLiple Wallachia, they were
beaten back by the Cossacks in Pndmirt.
There is a Lonlon paper of the. I8:h
in town, which stitet that the Russians
have extended their blockade to the whole
Tutkibh coast, including Smyrna.
Still there are rumors about the retire
rrent of the Chancellor. The Duke of
Wellington has endeavored to get in
some of the beads of the Tory party, but
thev reiving upon the influence of the
Duke of Cumbet land with the King, and
calculating upon coming in altogether,
have refused to join him. He must,
therefore, have recourse to the Whigs,'
however little he may be inclined towards
Fronlitrt of Servia May 23. At Bel
grade bloody battle is spoken of, which
is said to have taken place on the I6'h or
17th of M .y, near Pravadi. The Turks
claim the victory ; but the Grand Vizier,
who commanded the troops in person.
could not take, adyantape of it. because he
"Tjdjece idjtie w 8 that the Rusnfan army
Was on the march agstnsr Siftma, upon
rwhicbplea vm)g2i 0caJiy3okeipi
possession of the heights above Prevadi.
he retired to Choumla, in order to be
heater Silistria, and in ibe centre of oper
ations. , It is aaid that the Turks are as
sembling s large; force also near AWo,
and turn their chief attention to Sizeboli.
Portugal A drtkiM report was put
into circulation in London, on the evening
rortuguese merchants. It Is stated that J
ijmocr m nron Sr en CfteM removalo
s other prisons, have been murdered at
rthbwrd-ChjoTtw. Th4niHfiM!ul,lo,werhey. towards Gen, Jackson
-tc'ortel-to'v-roni-.ty. tit - Malest -
ship' Vigilant. The vessel arrived with
despatches to government ; she sailed
3 1 st May, but the letters by ber are not
generally delivered.. .
We otust certainly concur with the op
inion of the Liverpool Courier, that "it
really does not appear that any great g(n'
i'm preside over the affairs of the Rus
sian Empire- the geniut is all on the
other side. Sultan MaHmoud was born
for twftime of iistory -the Czar for
At public dinner in Leiington,3eor-
5ia, ou the fourth of July, where the Hon.
fra. H. Crawford presided, Umomdt
wnly wss Used. '
COMMODORE PORTER. 1
."...v ft ox Ti vruis wriow.
7 Ve7 Kave been politely . favored bjr '
Mend la this Borough with in extract of
bf a letter from torn. Porte on hia arri
val at the city of Mexico, after the itterript
Id" isiassinste hiiuiheccoupLK?n
of the affair by the Commodore differ ih
some respect from that which was pub
lished, in oar paper of the 1 4th inst.
Copied 'from 'the -New0 rleanaArgu.s.
i mouuie iniiw-vMiMwr
have always marked the character of the
gallant Porter when placed in danger t
"Mexico, Ma 1829.
I have not yet had an interview with the
President, but shall to-morrow; whet 1
shall settle all matters with them and re
turn home. On my wiy here I had a
most unpleasant and extremely danger-(
ous adventure, but my good genius pro- j
tectedme as it has done on nanv other1
occasions. Travelling with friend, and
having no apprehension of danger, we,
were suddenly attacked by three Bandit
ti, being part of a, gang of seven, well
mounted and weH armed, with their faces
blacked and looking more like devils than
human beings. We had merely time to
form a line on one side of the road while
they formed the other. 'Tne battle, com
menced by their captain discharging his
paces ; 1 then fired and should have killed
him. had his horse not thrown up his
head and received the, ball in his neck.
He In a great rage fired again at me and
"missed me by this time all the pistol of
the Banditti were discharges as well as
those of my fri-md ; one of my pistols
was loadtdi !!' charged with my friend
in among them they fl"d and we pursued
when the captain suddenly wheeled his
horse, passed my friend and came direct
ly at me with hi sabre to cut me down,
t waited quietly until he came within six
feet of me, when 1 shot him through the
body, he fell on the neck of his horse,
and the v both came to the ground togeth
er. His companions teeing tbis became
iotimidited, but after a little, seeing an in
tention on their part to charge against me
(my friend being occupied in finishing
the captain who was not quite dead,) 1
sekred a small fowling piece which was in
the hands of -my servant, and coroptlled
them. to retteat J this left us -masters of
"t h eTjiTr"" We Took posse s siono f the cap
tain's horse arms, &c. and defim ed
tbem lajbe Atcald
next village. the villagers turnedT'out
aimed, and gave pursuit, when soon mee
sing five-of -The gsng-tTtey Mtleo one"" of
(hem. It is a most fortunate circum
stance for us that we did not fall in with
flow be 'Miye to tell the tnle. My tnend
(Dr. Doardman j received a -t-ver" smbre
wound in bis left arm. i. PORTER.
JEFFERSOX and MCKSOX.
The following from the U.S. Tile
graph cannot hut be acceptable to that
po'.ion of our rt.tdi r6, who hore a pari in
the political content of 1800, and who
have never proved ibemsekcs.. unworthy
the name of JefTstson repnb'icans
Those who recollect the proati-jo thro'
which Mr. Jefferson patd o the Pi'wi
dency, and the angry dMiunnitioos that
followed hia induction into oai.e, must
observe the striking parslled-ia the elect
tion of Gen. Jackson, and the vindic
tive feelings that mark his ad erstrie up
to this time. Throughout an inflamma
tory electioneering campaign, Mr. Jeffer
son was assailed with the intolerant out
pourings of a prostituted and licentious
press so was Gen Jackson. Mr, Jcf
fmon wss emphatically the candidate of
the perple so wasJjlen.,. Jackson. Mr.
Jtff ersoii was proscribe d by i h efarTst ocf ii-:
cv-o was Geo. Jackson.";; Mr. Jefferson
mob so was Gen. Jackson. Mr. Jeffer
son was proclaimed a dangerous dema
gogue, who would subvert the liberties of
.ius. country sa. WM.GJr. J?.H?on.M r.
Jefferson ws. stigmatised as polluted in
morals and alien to all the obligations of
Christianity--o was Gen. Jackson. All
the bane elements that be Ion to politi
were b fou g h 1 16 lie a r u poo MrTJ e ffi r so n
! N. :. H8W7ItW
nd tne 8,,r ofeoune, reared its proud
crest against Mr. Jefferon -so did it
against Uen. Jackson. All the patrician
blood of those inflated with the meagre
remnants of primogeniture, looked with
disdain upon the plebeian pretensions of
mr. Jetlerson no did it toward Geo.
Jackson. But Mr. Jefferson was I favor
ite with those who constitute the only
legitimate source of power the people ;
and they placed him is their chosen sen
tinel on tbe great watch-tower of. liberty.
The same power have done the same
thing with Gen.- Jackson. The sequel
proved that there .was wisdom in the
choice that was made of Mr. Jefferson;
and an auspicioua probation is likely to
do as mucb for Gen. dackion.'
The Supreme Court rose on Tuesday,
the 4ttUnst. Previous to the adjourn
ment, the appointment of Chief Justice
was conferred on J udge llcn&erton. The
following )s i list of such causes decided
at this term is will be of interest Cb our
readers t . . ? . , .
- Executors of Christian L, Benzeln v.
Jesse Robinett and others, from Wilkes.
Leaie to rehear the Interlocutory order
refused Jn the Court below and petition
urent uie decree womptsin,ana.
Pickett and others, from Rutherford.
Pecree upon report-sale confirmed, and
order of reference to David L. Swain to
rake the accounts of Hiram Whitte'd.
Jamis Henderson and others v. Robert
Wilson and other. Executors, from Meck
lenburg. Tbe beira it law are entitled
to the money for which the land was
sold, as the appropriation?-rpsde of it, b)Q
tne testator, cannot uie enect.
Dayitf Smith v. Margaret Houston by
ner Guardian, from Mecklenburg. Re
port confirmed and decree accordingly.
, Sarah Spencer v. Js Greenlee, from
Burke ' Petition to rehear allowed, former
decree reversed and bill dismissed with
Henry Cooke Mildred Streeter and
others, from Wake. 'Bill dismissed with
Jesse Kirby snd Thomas Oaks v. Wil
Ham Bird and others from Rowan. Final
decree fiom Complainania.
Andrew Allison v. Robert Worke and
others, from Iredell. Referred to Clerk
to take account-
-Wm, Rodmond v. Azel . Sbarpe from.
Iredell. Ordered, that the issue be sub
mined to a Jury in Iredell.
woo4. from Orange. Decree for Cornp'u
Wm.Rufordr. The Adm'r. of Willis
Pilkinton and Riland Roberts, from
Stokes. Remanded rb the Court below.
James Kerby and Step. Grice v. Joel
Newsom and Jesse Ay cork's heirs, from
Johnston. . Nial decree from Comp'ts.
John Peace, jr. v John Smith and Nel
son Nailing, from Granville; -- BtU dirais-sed-
-each psriy paying its own costs..
- Harrison Terrell and others v. Jos.
Horn snd Wife, from Wake. Bill , dis
missed with costs.
Jacques La Garde snd others v. Uni
versity : of N CaroJina, from eaufoxt.
Decree for Comp'ts.
Thonias' C. Dunn John Holloway
and otherafrora Monjgomery. Bill Ji
roined witti costs, end judgment for the
recovery at Law. w
. . Peter Arrineton v... S.tate...Bajnk.. Bill
dismissed with costs.
Buncomb Turnpike Company v. Rob't.
Williamson and others, Commissioners,
cosit" . :
Heirs of John Dellinger, from.BurkeT
Judgment according to Sci. Fi.
Matthias Idol, Appellant v. Benj. J ones,
from Stokes. Judgement of tbe Court
below affiiniad. i
' Mary Watts v. John M. Greenlee, from
Burke. Judgement reversed, and judg
ment for iM'dt.
Wm. R. Smith and others v. John M.
Greenlee, from Rutherford. J udgment
reversed, and new trial granted.
Abel Shepherd v. Issac Lane, App'u
from .Randolph. Judgement of the
Court below reversed, and new trial gran
ted. James Terrell, Ex'r. v. J. and C. Un
derwood, from Wke J udgement of the
Court be! affirmed.
Elizabeth Dolby v. Young Jones and J.
Walton, from Wake. Judgment of tbe
Court below affirmed.
Wales md Erwin, Adm'rs. v. John
Cookerf romiredclhJjidgment-of s tbi
Court below affirmed.
T?T?Leakef Appft t. Angus Gilchrist,
from Richmond. Judgment reversed,
nonsuit set aside, and new trial granted.
Duncan Mc Rae v. James McDoniell,
from Anson. Judgement of the Court
below affirmed t "
Catharine Watts, by James Watts, v.
John M. Greenlet, from Burke. Judg
ment reversed and i venire d novo awatd-
The HSovemor to tho use of the State
Rutherford t Judgment of dismissal re
Joseph f. Farribltv.HoricrElyd
others, from Iredell. Judgment of the
Court below affirmed. ,
Ambrose F. Collier and Wife . Has
ten Poe, from Chatham. Oath of insol
vericy administered, and Defendant dis-',
Philip Brittain v. James Allen, App't.
from Buncombe. Judgment reversed,
snd new trial granted.
State v. Wm. R. Poole,' from Wake,
Judgment of tbe Court below reversed,
and judgment for Defendant ,
State v. Mdses Justice, from Iredell.
Judgment of Court below affirmed.
State y. Philip Rsiford, from Wayne.
Judgment of the Court below affirmed.
State v. tphfalm Boswell and others.
from Wayhe. Judgment affirmed, and
judgment for the State. '
State v. Neil Shaw, from Cumberland;
Judgment of tbe Court below affirmed. ,
State v. Thomas Gorman, from Uuil
ford. Judgment of death against tbe de
fendant. "'' ;"."''"'
Stare t.t Hirvef Sswyer,- frem Currl
A tor trait qfO'Connell, the great Iirith
Liberator. He is .i tall man, of gentle;
ioop in n I thought, b,tween,fifty and
titlr iear t )fKe--HWceip!eajuW,
. ; ---- - .j.ii..rtm...mibM,T.-Jr
orajorj JJ rotjf, nueT fjwyt'onoeu M
which bespesks in him a perfect consci
ousness of bis own powers, and creates
in his auditors i feeling that they ire lis
tening to roan of talent and i gentle
man. O'Connell may err I risk enthusi
asm may carry, as it has already, in ma
nv instances, carried him too far, but he
is not to be sofeered at, nor one who is to
be regarded as Nothing more than a vio
lent declairher. Let ani one tee him and
hear him in the Four Courts, and in the
association rooms, as I have heard him,
and he will confess, that 0Connell is
talen'.ed, as well as an elegant orator, in
genious and imaginative, and gifted with
r.t . i: .-'..? l . m ' .
ineexiraoromary isci owuiung pisenona
to an instant to the feelings and intelli
gence of his auditory. It was such a man
that took bis seat, in the decorated-chair
at Knnis, and it is such a man that now
directsthe energies of the Catholic popu-
lauon in Ireland.
hia. JVoaA-If the following statement,
from the Providence Literary Subaltern,
be correct, Mr. Noah is much more corn-
comfortable than most of his brethren of
the type and quill. He bad rood reason
it teems, for deserting the fraternity of
bachelors, to which he so lone boasted of
toeing ati aCneoTand TWttif efMffbTdne
laugh and crack hitjoket at tua. less for
Mjor Nbah is.Survevor of-the Port
of New York, and his office probably
yields him four to five thousand dollars ;
his writings afford him two thousand
more ; his practice at the bar is consider
able ;. ht marriecLabouj a , jew : sgo Mjs$
Jackson, a beautiful young Jewess, with
a fortune of one hundred thousand dollars,
the revenue of which probably yields him
seven per centum, the New York rate of
interest? which of course a mounts to sey en
thousand dollars, makiog his whole in
come, without saying a word about the
twenty thousand he received for the copy
fight of ibe Enquirer, about fourteen
thousand dollars per annum. -
The Traitor Jrnold........Tht Traitor
Arnold possessed undoubtedly, animal
courage ; he could stand before s battery,
and f ull nn his mm In arivanre. He WH
wcrsr royat leveevt'dircctty: rafIerrtbep5i,
close of the American war, when- he w 94
introduced to an English iVordbs the Am"
erican -General-Arnold - Whatt-the
traitor Arnold !'' exclaimed the Nobleman
turning on his heel with disgu.il. A cbal
lenge was given by the General accept
ed by his antagonist, who received bis
fire, and discharged his own pistal in the
air. " Why do you not return the fire f "
exclaimrtj the General. ' Because I am
not in executioner," replied the noble
man, folding his arms, and looking disdain
fully over one shoulder at his antagonist,
as he walked sullenly from the ground
- Wm. Bowyer of Hanover co. Vs, was
ahot on tbe 39lh inst. by one of his ne
groes, while he was sitting at supper with
his wife, father and brother. The negro
was in the gsrden, opposite the door, and
about 30 feet from it. Several negroes
were in the plot, and their reason for it is
that he meant to sell s part and remove
with the rest. Some of the negroes be
longing Jo the neighbors, who had been
livine - witbJujviTeirVa
Thesrjpposed tf Mr. B. was dead, they
would not be separatee! lioia their wives.
John Sfieed Smith has accepted the op
nointment of Attorney of the United States
for the district of . Kentucky. -.So it. ap-4
pears that the assertion of the Coalition
papers, that Mr. Smith bad declined the
appointment in consequence of his having
attached- himself 3UGlvfb ..pafJEyU
like many other fabrications from the
Qov. orot....A letter received by a
geotlemaii oLlinnxTille, from Goy- Huusr
. . :f.:i t-t' "'.u'll-r.-'J":-!"'
ion, gives iniormaiioD inai mc iaucr was,
at the dste of the letter, May 29th, on his
wsy to the upper village of the Osages,
sod would shortly return to the residence
of Jolly, the present King of the. Chero-
kees, who in 1817 adopted him as hisson
and with whom the Governor has been
invited, and intends to reside. j
Georgia. 4t is said that Gov. Forsyth
will not b V candidate for ' re-election.
A writes in the Macon Telegraph proposes
that Mr. Forsyth be elected U. S. Senator,
and Col. Lamar to the Honse of Re
presentatives Gen. C. J, McDonald is.
not 1 candidate- for (he Utter office.
AUGUST 18, 1829.
IC7 Rtmn Btll4 Sc titty. We inadvertenU .
ly fell Into an error, in our last, In stating the -
eroteedingi of this society tbe Rtv. Jtfut Jleck, '
Pantot; ti the Lutheran Chujreh in h'n town,' :
preached ', "the "ihniveri'ary termon before, the
aociety.jiiid not the ReV. Mr. Bankin,,n we
maAt! AkAt T'KjvjaaiaSi eSuKilt aSav imrtmmA A. ,m
aaavasai.iviivu4 4 uwsj wuv, wiDwcvfia v ui UV
justice, wil attribute thn error to iu right I
who' art ot;luip
T.'ir W aTe"que"sted ttr stt ti that ttyr
Daniel Hoke, haa reiipned the appointment f .
Post Master at Ilokeaville, Lincoln county') vnd
that Mlei W. Abtrnaihi, Eaq. baa been appoia
ted Post Master at aaid offiee. Capt. Hoke haV
held the dtuation for a number of yean, and
would not have relinquished l it, but that its duties
are incompatible with hia private concerns. lie
desires that no communication will hencefor
ward be directed .to him as Pont Master, under
the impresiion that it will be received free f
postage 1 Milet W. Jbtrnathy, Esq. the new ,
Post Muter, will in future attend to t)l mxtter' v
connected with the office. v- '
oa Tii wifTsnir ciBoiiKiir. ;
Equinoctial Ecbfita, and Hollo) Sfihertt.-- ,
K Itis now several years aince we have been- ?
edified or amuaed with the lectures of Capt.
Syrnmes and Mr. Reynold ; which set forth tbe1
idea of the concavity of this earth, l containing
whom, u yet, we.have no acquaintance.
R is to be regretted that neither tbe Philosophy'
of tlu-s: gentlemen, nor the indefatigable per
severance of ptains Adams ami Parry in their
northern voyages, have led to the polar triter "
which gives entrance to this delightful land of
tnmgfs tml that' w are lefiatofi tbe natu
ml exit of Capt. Symmes, to dlfcover through
indirect meana the place of its locality.' I
A correct conclusion, perhaps, may be drawn"
respecting the theory of nohow spheres, by ob'-
serving an F-clipse of the Motm that is to bappert
on the I3lb of September of our present jear,
ak the axis of the earth at that searon will be In
nearty at right angles to t;-jHi aa-to.tbraw. a
correct profile of the north iole of the eartlj
upon tbe moon ; by which, shunjd there be an
opening at the pole, ih magnitude agreeing
with the idea advanced by Capt. Symmcain on
of hia lecture delivered at VVistiiag to n, (in hlcli
he said: that ."Wteh'shj; m Jhe year lP?2r
actually wde3-am leagues vithlrt ttiesperiur'e;;
without a lknowTcdge" 6F Itheir elmaticdwin'.'
to chsnge tbat took, place in tlie-nagne!ic-needle'')
there witl be a deficiency .in tie "ro
tutidity .of. the earh. shadow ; but should a fair'
curved outline of the earth's shadow obtain upon
the moon, then no such aperture may be eipcc .
JBpioctTaT TcTTrfM are'ilmoa? Wrlft' ailhe""
rai;its of Venua mwm ibe Sua, - An ijunoc-; - -
.tLt.r?L!V.?on ' observed at Pari
on Sept. 20tlj,"in the year 1717 j and.rtolerny
remarks, tliat a total eclipse of the Moon wm
observed at Babylon on the 19th of March, 1723
j -a, f before Christ 1 the middle of wlil:h was at
9h. M at that place, or at 6h. 48v at Paris. A
total eclipse would not favour an exaoiinntion of
the phenomena befofa ui but that which will
Uke pUce on the moniing of the 13th proximo,
via: " beginning Ch. Irn. midJle.lh. 13m. eu
ding S!b. 25m. digits eclipsed 6 5' on the
moon's southern limb, or from tbe northern side
' - --
of tbe earth's shadow," will facilitate our obser-'
vation, a tte nortliern part of the eartls sbadow
will ps almost directly acrosa tbe moon'scenter.-
Trom an examination of the earth's profile,
should the principle advanced by Capt. Symmss
he established, it is proposed in our visit to tb:
new world, to evade the frigid zone, by digging
through the crust in some temperate situation,
which we have been auurrd by the doctrine of
hollow spheres, is but a few mileii and it
estimated that a complete communication with
a perpendicular nu by xul3 tfee (Tecte J THTt
months, on which to dereend by the well known
principle of gravitation t but on the reiurn, ir
adopt a new principle of motion, lately dis
covered by Munticur Gennet denoniinteil t'
" itfHtard force of JtuhU.n Tlie?e two forces, it
isv believed, may TresoTeT3ellT,ttt-'act-'siirml
tanenusly, producing a kind of perpetual motion,
by which a very expeditious communication may
formed wiHVthe inhabitants of the rirther
has discovered a gold mine on his plantation ;
average from 2 to 4 'ro.''r1liriScn'if"!"
that and adjoining districts, are all alive oa. the
subject ofhuntiiigfor the precious ore. VVewisls
our southern neighbors realtxation to meir
"golden anticipations : competition ii not to be
feared in this fine of business 1 nothing can de
press the price of the article, except an adulter
ation of it j and we are pained to hew that this
has been done in some few instances! -some p
the laborers, have been base enough to mix
flingi V bran with the fine golJ.in its un-
flured state. These tricks, however, nave in
duced a new vigilance on tbe part of-the P""
prietors; aothat, henceforward, none but the
most expert and accomplished knaves wUI be
able to rratf:,f: stmilai lmposiicnf.-