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. vser vss en sua k titviasa.
GtMilimeh I 1 en4 you publication
copy nf tCirciiUr trim t Secretary
of ine Navy ib 0 nicer, commending
fcB.ndrom. in tclitbu to the
Cnlorldt ofUme In purifying vessels
tr.J discing conttgloti, w I'b a view
calling ihe attention of merchantt, and
officer of Quarantine to the tub;ct
Jbhould lit 9K ruy be tueh it mere i
' . ... V . ....
teesol 10 anlltlpsie, li cannot owt
beneficial lo the brl ?f ntvlgatort, lo
warm climescs wore especially, Pra
bhUt da much toward riielng r
itime cities of the United State from
(hit wont of acourget, the Tellow r. ever
o regulate tercwo intanal
4H tarodacilon into, i b Jtf t t y h JJ
Vtvspr.tnsny pvwetiwlreedf c4
. th mal of the ortscnt secretary lor we
1' thi 0cc tJ diftreM Sfmt
rtnt J UnitU SttUet Ship
Tbert being ressou lo believe lhat
ptoptr employment of the new disinfec
l low i agent the cbloride of lime wouU
Jd erv mach to the comforr, end pel
haps to the preservation of tbe health, of
the crews oi the united jute ips oi
war, it Is deelrabU that e Mriee ofeiperi
rnents be forthwith: insiliuled to teat the
' efficacy end usefulness of ibis interesting
With thit view, you ere required to
cause sufficient supply of I he chloride
of lime to be provided) and direct the
j me lobe distributed -smongst the sur
geon of the different ships uoder your
commlnd, end to order the Mine to be
applied according to ibe in'suuettont here
Ti.e surgeoot tkould, in the firs! plsce,
te squired to obtervo the enecu oi mi
.nick, " removing the dlngreeeble
emelli of the confined or other parti of
puritv nd also, if any ill odour it tub
atituted for toe one dispelled, and wbelb
tj JH1 unusual degree of dampness aod
beatiness of the air succeeds tbe applica
lion of the corrective ; end general! to
notice an oUer,and all tbe effect, which
toty appear lo remit from Ibe eiperi
mn;ti mde of ihii m Jterilr ell of wblcb
they are required lo report to tbo depart
loei.t in the quarterly returni.
I; cannot be presumed that the sur
geons of the Navy r unacquainted witb
chloride of lime as a diranfecting agent.
Wbcn therefore, the usual method, of its
employment is mentioned, it is not be
cause tbey ere presumed to be ignorant of
this usage, nor it It intended to prevent
tbem from employing i! in any other way
than ibeir dUcretion may lead them to
believe will advance tbo general object
the Department bat to view, that of pro
moting the comfort and healthfulnets of
crewa of the U. Statea ships of war.
If therefore water of the sbipt should
become fcetid and unpalatable, the Sur
geons will, if they think proper, try the
effect of mixing in it a half pint of tbe
.v filtered, aohitioe or thechloride of lime to
" addition, not only as ta ils uste, but also
as to its efficacy ia queochiog ibusl Sec.
Tic ordinary method in utingthis salt
to purify foul air u, to dissolve one quar
i rcf a piund, io one pint of water.
V. n about -to be applied, let this be
mud -uth about forty times the quanli
:y of lit il water, and apiinkled over the
irt infected, until tbe state of the air i
(Signed) J. BRANCH.
tbe dxtrloe every where msintamed be
true, that e State is sovereign, o fr at
by the coovlmtlon adojited it hit not been
pjrtedwith lo ibe Uencrl Government,
then mot follow as nutter of certainly,
that within the llruitt of Sute there can
be none other, than her own tovereigi
powtr, that ca claim to ttercbe the
functions of got eminent. Il is certainly
contrary io every idee enterUioed of so
independent government, for any other to
attert edverte dominion end authority
within heir iuritdictional limits t tb'MJ9
thlnge tbatcanaot exiit together.
Between tbe State of Georgia end the
Indian tribet within her limit, no com:
naragrecy:ni was ef er entered into t
k tUw ieXia-"iiM; foiUOolrtaM Iji
the ordinary course of exercised autbori-
ir, mat one or ins oiner mui t
St?ithjf"ihdu!gcd It e robland ge
erout trait of cbaracuu but U should
never assume e form cslcolsted to out
rage settled principles, or to produce io
lie end a greater evil than it would re
medy. Admit it were, in the ditpotiiioo
of tbe Government at Wellington to bold
course' auc language different from that
tperifij orUi.ferition,' comlnjj frorn a
ditinteietd source. I'ut there Is one
other view U the tu'jtct that we thinly
equally eniiled to weight. The Ltglila-
lure thoul J pitroruio ne wipapcrt, in cva
ry way b f bleb the public interest and
convenient can be aimultaneoutly pro
mote J, at ehiclas of infjrmstlon, lending
their aid, nd no feeble aid ehher,' when
well condu ted, to enlighten end educttt
the people In thlt respect Ncrrib Ciro
Una It far leblnd any other State in the
Uniooine' 9f old. Twelve or fifteen
rtewtpaper , generally ef e dirplnuilve
aiie, circul t e few hundred collet escb,
weekly, wdle the little Stitct of Kbode
Island end Dolswtrw bsve each more
newtpapcrt, tod a far greater circulation.
Thar a wo dajwertJ causes vftWa
jdT-psrrtfanhii It one, tht tbe press i
nor ibtniw wf H Lwgtaiature ware, aa u
it in almost .eeeff tbarSute Jit tbe V
ion. A Uw authoiititig tbe publication
of ibe Aa ofAtsemoly io every paper in
tbe Stat, nl requiring ibe publication cl
Sberi(Tnd Contablaa tale. Adroinl.ua
tor an Executort notices, etc in tome
one ivwkpaper, would not only edd to tbe
met of usefulnesa of press already in
exutryce, but would natorally lead to the
estalisbmewt of otbert hi remote tec
iion of the State, where a newtpipcr it
Dot almost en object of curiothy.
they have heretofore employed ; and to
encourage the Indiana to tbe bcliaf tbst
rightfully ibey may remain snd exercise
civil government in despite of Georgia I
do those who are the advocates of sucb a
course, and consider it reconcilable to
propriety, dream of the contcqucnces to
which u would lead,. or conaider aber
what manner to strangeaa idee could be
put io practice ? Have ibey looked to
;he state of Georgia, cookIoui In the rec
titude of bcr own construction of right,
demanding of tbe United States their con
fttitutional authority to Interfere, and ap
pealing to the states to tuatso ber against ' nr 0,her of Us Secretaries,
encroachments, which, If submitted to. j tfo harge," bin Brancbe
might, in the end, prove Destructive oi
the whole. If nothing elae can be traced
ftrtk Cartint .0r. Brwu From a let.
te te the Editor of the Raleigh Mar, dated
Vaihiogton City, Slat Aug. w make tbe fob
faing extract t
44 You will be pleased to heir that
tonh Carolina occupies a very high stand
n tbe Cabinet o much ao, that the
fournal occuh Mr. ftrancn of hsvlng
mora ir.flaence witb tbe President then
Some truth ,
, IUE-V kra from Hialaite, thU lU
JAIL la tbat to a wst burnt to the grounJ, on
Saturday eight, the 19ib bill. It aecirit lobe
tutfected, thai e a'gro, eonfinad la tb jail, act
U eo fire. Ho penoa wu banned, and ao otb
ct bouae Injured. It wat a 90dea buiUuig,
aid rather a frail tenement fur tbe purpoac
intended. . , -
mi m waaraaf cuatitiia.
"ieBAbi-It requlret no little rorrtctae of
(aate, aa well M nlceiy ia the proportion ef grave
and volatile lathe natural umpert regulate
this vierciie, la Aieh a way a to make a favors'
bt; imptrim 7 ftf rHrH vl-1,
relnd of tboae wrth wbont we aaaoeiate. ; To be
rrava without' iullan net of naoroteaeai t cieer-
fut and a'greajile wkbiof levity,"' aot tbeTeaJrj
difficult attainmeet of perfect taaaaefl To
guard agaloat tbe latter etlreota becomes lb
anore ttAcult, from the eicttding light neat of
tbe eoamoa topkka of cunvanatioa ia miied
conpaiilca. It b In regard te tbU extreme, tbat
I would auggeal a thought er two.
la a circle ia which tbe conversation If of tbe
buraoroue or jocular kind, eury one eipceta hi
jcat to be rewarJed by a aide smile, or by a
buret of (aughter- And common poHteneae
Mem lo require that hi expectation be not di.
appoiuted, too' It saay tat hi auditofy with no
Kttle exertion to avoid it It U however an ex.
peoaive Indulgence to many weak penona. a it
render then blind to their wcakneaa, and Wad
then to the repetition of that by which t iabe.
trsyed. IVIiik if their diacemment ia wich, aa
entitlea tbem to tbla forced reaped, they will
not fail to distinguish a mere affectation of
taurb'er, from tbat wblcb it would seem to be
I lT I. L. I - J
uc, ioiiik ioe gomi anu ids . nam"
may, al least perceive lha: lo It peril is lo
be discerned, and thai the ' weak ana un
disciplined Induns, in tucb a contest,
would be so utterly destroyed that tbe
placea which now know tbem, would pre-
aently know them no more.
t rorn the conversations hsd with the
Pretident, recently and formally, on the
subject of the Indian, I am satisfied, tbat
no man in tbe country entertain towards
litem belter feeling, or has a stronger
desire to ee them placed in the condi- , gjUh him hU eIectio0eeriDg predd
not warped by ulterior viewt of political
evancacni he l therefore left free to
act aa ha mi) weem most beneficial u
ia country. The reputation for energe
tic firrooeit wiich he sustained aa Gov
emor of Nortl Carolina will not be di
minished by ha conduct a Secretary of
tbe Navy. Hi unfitnett lo be persuaded
into the adottbn of any meaure which
bis judgmeat dsapproves, bit Imptrtiali
(y in ettim4n tbe menu ol individual!
attached to bit department aod the Navy,
and the ttri4 accountability under which
he hat placet bis subordinate officers, are
circumstanco) that very honorably dumi
tkwu-wiuch may., conduce to tbeif ad
vanceraent and happiness. But to en
courage tbem to the idea, thai within the
eoofine oft State, they may exercise all
the form and requisites of a government,
fashioned to their own conditions and ne
cessities, be does not conaider can be ad-
viQtageouttothcm.ortbatcxerciseof such J
right can. properly be concrdrd hat
would the authorities of tbe Sute of New
York tay to an attempt, on the part of
the Six Aationt, to establish, within their
limit, a separate and independent gov
ernment ; aod yet their authority, to do
so, would be at undeniable as that of tbe
Creeks, or Cherokee, within tbe lerrito
ry of Georgia , jor A ! b t rn a. .
cettor. 1 ie-4r peculiarly - quakbed tor
delecting andpotung an end to the pecu
tation wblcb for year$ hat been practised
througn tbo Xtif Uepartment. e
have no doubt here tbat bit courte will be
straight oawird) end we hope, .that hi
conviction of h oacaewty for reform will
induce biro, wit boot fear -or favor, to f
ford a bearty co-opeatioo in tbe lopping
off tbe droaet in tbe public service.
end important tubject, at will be teen by
the extracts which we subjoin t
I beg leave to assure you, tbat nothing
of a compulsory course, to effect tbe re
"xuoval of ibis unfortunate race of people,
bat ever been thought of by the Preti
dent atbough it bat been to asserted
:TeKconiiJev4tit whic; coattotle-ia
alJy-and tn foctUlieved, were required, a
well by a regard for the jutt eights wbicb
the State ef.Geqrgia was authorises! to aa
ert, at from e conscientious conviction
that V? If, humsnity towards the Indians
vou'.d more effectually be subserved. 0(
thii they have been attured.and in that as
aoraricc io other disposition wat bad
thn io explain fully to tbem, and the
. country, the actual ground on which it
was believed tbey were rightfully entitled
V: o stand. .
f . How can the United Statea Gqvern
tnent cpnteai wild) Georgii tbe authority i
kboh raa aoarea ceaiMaaciAL citts.
From an article in the New-York Daily
Advertiser, it appears that an association
has been formed in that city for tbe pur
pose of co-operating with the President,
and tbe state of Georgia', in removing the
Cheroktes and Creeks from their pos
aessiont and property in that state, to the
foi estt beyond the Mississippi. " Thit a
aociatton -recently addressed a - latter to
the President ; and the reply of the Ex
ecutive to this letter, dated Rip Raps,
Virg. 3$tb August, and -aigned by John
II; Eaton, Secretary of War, is published
-IrrtheNe w-Ywk-ening !!ou
neeaay. n gives me viewa oi ius au
tninistration at length upon this delicate
Sheriff ani Conitab!c'ilaltt.A corres
pondent of tbe Warrenton (N C.) Report
er savs t
uf bave for some yesrt back, been
ttrongly impressed with the idea, that
Sheriff and Constable' aalet of property
levied on to at;fy executions, should be
advertised in some newspaper printed in
the county, and in cases where there is no
paper in the county, these officers should
be compelled to advertise them in the
nearest paper to them. At the first view
of this subject, :Jtjnou.ldj appear.. tPbflini
'curring sri unnecessary expente-T- but in
ten case out of twelve, it would make tbe
property thus sold bring 40 percent; more
than in the way these sales are now effect
ed t for this very important reason, tbat
but very few persons see these advertise
ments, they being posted only at theCourt
House and at one or two public places
Many times a man's property is offered
for-sale,., and he entirely ignorant of it,
until within a few days of the sale", and m
many cases he never aees tbe advertise
ment at alb These notice do not give
tbe public sufficient notice, to draw togetb
' Sfuxnith Invation e Mexico.-' Capt.
Nirtigue, of the Schr. Monk, arrived at
New Orleans, from off Tampico, informs
ttst tbe Spanish troops under Gen. Bar
rtdas, took possession or tbat place on the
tb. oh. TbereT was.. tome tkirrpFshing
between them and 900 Mexicans, who
made - e -flight resistance-theformer
were reported to hate lot; about 60 men
in killed nd wounded, mostly officers, tbe
latter bad 15 wounded. Tbe Mexican
retired into the inle rior. Tbe Monk was
not allowed to enter tbe port, and conse
quently returned to New Orlean with
her outward cargo. She brought 248,000
in specie, and thirteen passengers.
As a specimen of Canadian justice,"
Collint, of tbe Freeman, ttya i
pie to make the articles sell for half their
Would it not be expedient for the Leg
islature, at its next session, to past'sn act
compelling officers to advertise such sales
io some convenient newspaper, for such
length of time at tbey might think suffi
cient f -r ' .'
1 am aware that msnv will be oDDOsed
found guilty of a-violent breach of the
peace, was fined one shilling and dismis
sed. Tbe editor of tbe Freeman,' found
guilty of only using jhe words 'nti;e
mslignancy" in reference to the Attorney
General, lest fbey might lead to a breach
of the peace wat committed io jail for one
year, fined one thoutand thillingt, and
bound down to keep, the peace iar . three
years, in twenty-four hundred dollars !
Tbe country, tbat. can bear, this sdminiv
trsiion will bear any thing.'
Jn Important Ofieration.W t learn by
the New York Medical and Physical Jour
nal, far July, that Doctor Abner Morton
hat succeeded in forming an artificial
eyelid tor a bhek boy. This important
operation was performed in a abort time
and in a few days afterwards tbe boy bad
4 very sightly eye, answering ell the pur
poses of t natural pnec- The ball of tbe
; And betides liter may be one Individaal In tbo
elrcSe, f too aaucb correctness of tatte, and of
(oo mweb delicacy of feeling, to be able to join
in such gUriocjr! "ch vociferous deerpiisw,
or to reject those who do.
Tbe eitreme of laughing loo much, on all oc
casions, la but a common One both with eld and
youogi but specially aitUtbei.terv. JTibout
considering ha connexion with religion, and
without roentlonmtnyJf those' scriptural de
clsrationa, which wem to regard much buigbter
wuboat distpprobation, I consider it merely aa it
bear upon our reputation aa aersont of ten
and mumuri. There is scarcely in arty feeling a
greater aamenesl among sH men of sound judg
ment, and correct taste, than in that if pity and
light esteem for those who are invariably found
laughing. Men thus let themselves down, much
below tbe real dignity of human nature. . Who
has not heart! it advanced si an evidence of
weakness and ill breeding ia an individual, tbat
be is ever laughing l baa a peculiarly uuhap
py effect on a roan'a atanding in H)i,respett a
it argues peculiar weakness, to become so exr.l
ted by Utile and common things. , Tlicre are few
of tbia plas of persons, who nave not sometimes
taxed tba sympathies of their friends, bysk-
,V,'i f..f Il il of mtt i iiU!i4 iU
paper lo Osfard, CranV.lle cwn!y, to bs tt'lt
tbe i.VumiW, s'4 edittJ by E4ia rsicsU
tiq. U'e are afraid tU plating tf a
tbst place, will be a losing coucero.
Mrnut BtuliK.lVu ia tbe title sf t ptrU
odlcsl, publiaLed ia Ililadelptia twice a feeatlj
19 ocuvo page aaxb No. at gUi per anauia.
It is to be ewulucud by aa eocUtia of ray.
alcisM, siiJ iadcagtied te fornUk the pubt
wilh s variety ef useful information relating u
tbe prtveniioa snd cor of the various 'ills
lesb is heir to," divested vf tecbtiksl 'brsseols.
gf, knd tutted te tba'arHlcrttanding of every
pcraon. Any of H.Jutult$ who ay be dee.
rout of saclny lie wk, are rerruetted to csQst
our oflice and etamiile it i we shauld be gUd
of tUUvpooott U to ltftufatprr:rr.
ft setmi tfiie year to W'tklftreuitr
out tbe ttnion, their iw prdtfry-tentr?TLa?
westber bas bean well calculated to geserv
bilious complaints. Tie pbysidiao an aJo
coatUut'y emulo)td it is berf (bvest tiow,
and we de not cavy tbem tie' profit tbey r
reaping -but still we devoatljr If pa ibe aeetT,
of tuck a harvest may out soon agsia be & ;
We perceive ttat Otany of tbe pspers, (M 4J
Jscksoa as Adaras priuuV sCU aock vf ibe era.
venoulod bypocriu, Jth Jdtitm, aa
North Caronna." We will again repeat, tbu
the 'man doca not disgrsce Al, tVw
neither by nsUvity nor ciliseaabipr sad we bpj
tbe nends of tbe A'lministraiion will bo U,Btr
degrade tbe name of North Carolina by n
tioisioflt in counetion wito that uf a oaa bi
bat gained o infsaioua a notoriety by tba obi J
cjuily of Lu poCucal course.
W e learn froa theU Telegrspb, tbst Aj(
Miaxktn, of fcBBiylvania, baa beeu anDokit.?
tbe CotinJ al aUniatque. '
Tbe Nstional Journal attempts to make itself
witty over paragraph ol ours, in relation to tb
refusal of Judge 1'reble (Mioiater to the 'Ned?.
erUi.d) to -eai" a puoiic dinucr tenderrS
him. hi lai.ie. ilttr criucally csaniing ibt
AcUon of our article, tbe ednor of :.tl Joiiraii'
(an EnglUkiw by birth, as well as ia ltding;
charge us aub.aiaiuWuig mal of pror
deference fbt tbe lung's Knglub." ow, s:
tliouir'a we concede to said :h2i.a.,m ,h nr
wardly laughing aloud in company, and after vilege of jj; wllateVcr u
thu committing themselves, having the mort.fi. UU maaler.aa. loval-As hr la i.
duty bound to do, and sltbougli we conlcu,
Jtluit in hastily preparicg. wlkU tut our parwrr
Tkt BanHtr tlltt CwntitnHn, Is rbs title oa
new weekly Newapsp,r, propo10b eon.
anenced at IVaabinga City, ia December aer(
by Col. CWy Raaei, at presoiit Jiur oi i
sole and sainted paper in tinlsdelulua. eal'erf
(aw- i'm dimdi : Awross, end fete A&eriaa
Charge de Atfaires at Brajil. Tie new papti
will be of large (bmeiunont, and embrace the
dikcuasiuu of all the auba-Ctf usually admire
into the columns of papers. The talents, sj4
the sterling icpuolicau principles ef Col. R.
guet, sre a aura guaranty that bis paper will b
conducted with ability, ai.d be a firm upport(
el the present Adminittrsliois.
cation to see that they sre joined by no one else.
Too late they ace, that those tio most regard
tVir fedingvtnd would moetWiHingTy free
them froos e'bsrraMfitnE, can aaaree-Jorce.
emilc. Personal ho know the world, and who
bave profitted by their knowledge of it, will not
so far forget themselves.
Another infraction upon the rules of polite
life, not a Lttle offensive to persona of refilled
Uste, (and her I do not mean fastiduus per-
sons,) is tbe habit of talking ahdUuhing at the
aame time. Ibis should be avoided by all who
would make any pretentions to an acquaintance
with polite lifo.
To close my remarks, already continued be
yond my intention, I would say, tbat it i all very
much a matteref habrt. Nothing-ieMiw-ee:lw
taia than that tbo difficulty of self-command is
ncreased by indulgence. And by a little inat
tention, a man may fall into babita, under tne
influence of which be offends grossly, without
being at all conscious o it. While with a little
attention and judgment at first, we raa acquire
different habits, by the help of which e can
make ourselves agreeable, as for as tbi thing ia
concerned, without care or effort.
Sir, If you think these suggestion might be
profitable to any person. In tbe town or in the
country, and you are willing to publish them
without knowing or inquiring after tbe name of
the writer, tbey are at your service. -
wesometKiie inadvertently pay more attention
to leroe thaw- synrti, yet weeannot a.l.nii tbs
justice. xftbe. chiirge of , .an JPLterate coustra
tion cf our sentences, for we have prred oh
Murray long Snougb to hus hint to write ibe
language, in s'Vletbalis readily comprehen
ded by Repjbacu understandings, bowevr:
grating our umtnenit (or ayntas) way iuuiiJ in
a roonaicuai tt.
Tie Untied Stalei i'l'rgraph, hit been er,'
large;), and improved n its form ; and ia no
One cf the largest and most valuable papers in
tbe L'niun. Tiie Iccsiion ol this osDer al tlx-
eyg had been gored by an ox, andteveral
attempts bad been made to unite and re
after it i tried, tbey will find it to be tSe
best-pollc)u..Iost.ther Statea hsva all
. f a. t s a S a
ineir puouc saies acver:ued in tbe nearest
ne wspajier, and4 am-ur cihat propehy.
sells Ut much more in most of them, than
it does in ours.
If I had never felt the effects of ssles
conducted in this way, I should not be
under the necessity of making these re
marks. Sales conducted in this wsv, al
low the officers thus telling, too great an
opportunity of buying tbe property them
sclves, many times at what they know to
be not more than half its true value."
Tbe aboro remarks are worth of re-
etcisnsf wRWbsU proved abonive
A London Magatine tays, tbe prujsic
ci.Oss.Heae teavee of
green tea in to conceritfited "iatate7fjfHa'
one drop -killed a dog slroott instantane
ously. A strong infusion of souchong tea
sweetened, is as effectual in poisoning
flies, as tba solution of arsenic generally
sold for tbit purpose.
A hemp factory at Ithaca, N. Y. waa
destroyed by fire on the 1st inst. caused
by tpontanebui combustion. Whole loss
7,00 at which 23,400 were iostjred
The six-penny Toby Wutkins printers, like un
Sledged liirdiings,. constantly keep their mouths
stretched open, to swallow whatever the old
cravens may drop into theuii and then croak
forth their vile tlandera against female; charac
ter, and their wanton libels agattiat'tbe officers
of roverument. We oerciiv e that this herd of
little croakers are.busUy. enip'oy.e& just
besd-quaiters, cttsrges sgaio&t, Wewr iwry.
Livingston, Lewis, Van Net and others, of being
ffl(erjr, wht. ;Uie
aively proven, and the accusations nailed to the
counter as base calumnies. But they have be.
come so accustomed to look upon peculation,
fraud, and corruption, in their own party when
in power, ibaf nothing looks clear to tkm, the
purity of the pofitical atmospbere in Washington
at tbit time ; the industry, integrity, and sys
tematie order with which all the public business ia
conducted there, appeals murky .and corrupt to
their jaundiced eye".
being the official organ of ibe " Adihinitritioi..
to-etlitr with the able, uiict'ttigab!e aud indc
peiident course of the Editor, mmt renuer -invaluable
to everj' politician friMitHy to tb' pre sent
Eiecutive and his adu.iiiwAuon.
A tveet potato, 18 inches in circamfcrence, 1-
inches in length, and wcighiiig 12 pounds, f
stated by the ftiirrerva'to have been raised ifi
Hslifsx ccunty, this season.
The Nice Crept, iu tbe vicinity of. WUrning
ton, in thisstste, are saiJMn the Recorder t"
have Buffered greatly from tbe overflowing of
Ibejaltrcaurst-s. Soae planters nil! n- two
thirds of their crop, other nearly the whole.
Tbe com crops on the low ground, are also
very seriously injured. Tbe planters bave sus
tained a deep blow, and the prospects of the
whole community are consequently.depressed.
IVild pigCon are ery numeroul at the north
.this scaaofl : during the day the air seemed to
be fiileil with tbem.. Immense numbers were
fine eating. .
"""jTsrsnrtt tee tyjmfh$tt
tlemcn t few weeks sinoevwhil ssiiiiij in a ooat
on an excursion of pleasure, off PulUieyvilbr, i
Lake thiUrid. It swam about the boat, ami
showed a disposition to get in tt the after p.
but wis prevented. was the firrt ul those
aiuinals ever seen in that Lake.
Mr. Abraham Bradley, one of the Assign's
to the Post Master General, bas been remove'
snd Colonel Charles K. liardner hs
appointed in hit place