A t... t r
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r " i i: i i. mi f
. 1 - . it - T , , I. I m
f thf li' " r,'Vl in!.c tin-
a 'I ! j . . I . m
. .. .-.;.' In r.fnriirM f.r thU ritab
iff Ol l"J t I t'V I ' V i l v.-i
! oi ftry iiocripi'in urn-
1hobt.it tlii fc'Uwry aisoru i .
' , it.K-W with, choice l.irpor,BCj-ihc SuhU-s,
': lJM , tnVirt lH .UtMrovid;4 a.jhlWy
ff provf ,vlcr uf all sin J. a I ittemlud b.f old.
J. ,$ .. ; ; r J W ..id attend?. Udders The cuiivrnienre
" .f this n'ttutioft i equal. If not upernrf to y
. in the t.l-iri-i thf tpnuini number, of
I Tin?'? rooms, UHi t i wv ----
.L . ... I .. .... u!i iflitlilil
On i he Tifemiirf n n itfc.
)!OUF., whih will flurry be eupp .a w-cn
Wr j;-Cv2rdif;t tc:n.e nber,.
her awirei the public bt .obinjf bn
wntin)?, prt, to mtko those cdttfoHab.tf
STAGES, nop t ttir Hotel.:, ' .
!-iOoU AViUMng-' AlacAiVn'e.:-
i 7J0TICE.ThU U to hotiijr the public in (fen
n , '". I'v cr1, tMt hijf icqnired from he
- ' . "'..Mtni-ni r State bf the United State, k tMent
" 'for th Mc.ct for Wuhinjf, Cleininjtuid
8i)ntli.r Cold duit, Coniiitinf of Funnel,
' iTrunk mi Sp0"'' ' bwb? forewarn iJl penow
: fram ownror maVlng aald Machine! without my
'pvnMJi !-fi- '. ItlCHAttp LtK
"ffN Slibry.N. C. on tVe 12th Oc4oler4 1829,
JL NctroMaB,whoiafl)iimamfNED, ainl
WfthvbeWngt d,Col.i Arthur, 'Krinf about
tire milea from Colurohia,- 8.' Carolina, .lie
appeara to ba 50 re otd,- U 5 fe 10 r II
zxb Whr hlrbr ftUr wanrrtcetioovr ftoBt! biu't i
ftifl; cauaed fjr a le n "r inia; per
Vfinklci aivahe-Uft bom alxmtJOhof Aa
r - ' pitUft Townea-kdredUottpro-
. Utrty, pay chirVea,W lake liiraway.' r 4 I.
- V - w - f, 6LATEK, SAT.
To Cotton GVnpeTft.- ;!
THE (ubsenber bavmg been
fVtauentlv aolidted by his
okl eanto'nicra,'igain to" eatabliih
the Cm Makinf Btainett, baa
innl tit Ann n Balishurv.
1 ... r ...
where he ia prenared to tnake aoo repair 07n.
V the yery beJ materiala, in a auperior atyle of
workmanuiip, anu on terms the room accommo-
"naating7eeniatbce barditniea. V
Having been engaged in the Wineu aix or
- if ven yeara .eu4uiog a pirt rJLbia lime- fur
Jiute or fou? o the laat aeas6na In. picking eot
J ion.' for tli eipren piirpTae of more-fullr ac-
- 'nuainting hiitiaelf witU the "prtrci plea and prie
ticat operation oi ineae. ustiui macuneai ana
f'y paving recently Jrisited-Southi Carolina,; sbtre
i. yjfwoi exaoiiniioinem,anamaungnimscii ac
" " Ht.qilaiWf d with tbe plan on wh'cb . they are con
j.Jt -atructed, iic jhe tberefer feeUTisiifeilT'linat
" ..t ,r fey hia enlarged experiencethusj acqaired, in
.. . inaking and reiwiiring Cine, anil picking cotton,
!" hewn tonatruct Machine auperior to any ever
" jonr in North Carolina, .
' ' " Tl.nu aiUK'mir lirnrk Ann in tf! lino nf tuL
'.-ttiepeit maienaiswoe nauin inesouniry 1 anu
1 a t ' 1
will make ana repair Gins, according to ordera
, Jill WMWasts aiv w. v ym.m is saausf w
,t h mithr at h s shoo or dwe ins' nSa is.l
. bury; ready to execute any job with which they ;
r'.iDaj be ;
State sJvartA tani.ndi h i .
BUck, dec'A v$, the heiraat Uw of Jacob Blackji
ff nni'irihff to the iktisfaclion of tbe court, that
'.;'. Adam Black, Polly F.tchison, Daniel Black. Ann
Sweet j and Daniel Black, Guardian for William
Black i are not inbabitantaof this state j on mo
' tion of tbe plaintiff by counsel, 'ordered that
publication be! made In tbe, Western Carolinian
'for six weeks, that unless the aaid defendants
ty of Kowan, at the Court-hosjae' in Salisbury,
on tbe third Monday in November next, and
Userd'ctRi6n,' Jii Jgrnen'rwill Be" entered
Jor-tlipldutjfl'' demand, knd execution awar
led aceordingly; 1 6t9T JOHN; qiLESTcr
"ptOl'RTbfrieaa and QuarterrSesaionvAa-
' y' ,J . vf gust term, 1829 . Joseph Clark vt. Freder-
v ' icjk Craver ; Original attachment 1 Jacob Cook
ry. summoned ai garnishee. In thia case it appear
. 0 , ing to tbe satisfaction ot te court, tliat the de,
S fenantf.?redertck' Craver j not an inhabitant of
' . - thia atate, It iajhrnfor ordered by. the court,
tor the said Frederick Craver to be and aDDear
t quarter ssto3ee
ingtoiji on the 2d Monday m .Novetsbernext,
udamnl Rnu ur I h ntprerl air.mal him: Inv I
' Wie plaintiff's debt and "coats. , Witness David
Mock, clerk of our said court, at office, the 2d
' , Monday of August, Anno Domini, 1829. .
CiUPERIOB Court of Law - May term, 1
!S i Elista Coxe v$. William Coxe j Petition for
, afisiHataArf Kit t hsk rvuirt thaf tMiKhaif nn
A C be' mide for three months jsuccesaively In the
- -1 r Western Carolinian'.' and rYadkin - and. Catawba
Journalthat the defendant be and appear at the
next Superior court of latrito be held for the
e - county of Meckleobure, at tbe court-house in
t fH Cbarlottej of tbe 6tb MoridSy tfter tbe fourth
? . "t ' Jdonday in September next, and plead or answer
- , , i to the plaitifTa petition, or th same will be
. heard exparte, Witness" Samttel Henderson,
-' zTiSl tlerk of our said court,, at office, t,be 7th, Mo.
r--ryRertfle4ih wpuday in Rurcn,
i ... i
' .NAroLKOfJ. . . '
lie o!.' , MO-; -attit m at davtH
l.'lv.- a !.iOib;rin world I
CorrH.'.ii.jn at hi! no.i WR r,"H "
, lit tyra'abiiinrrftrlMl ( ,
Tlirotm trcniMcd at hia ftaiit tread;
Cron fell around hii Icet,
And hrwk the axhea of the dead,'. ."
Ilil f agle gbnee to meet, ( F ''
lie CMr.r, a cl.jlil whoroWn aaigit 'tftKj
, A ti-ioa Uint to feel, .
. And klnfr and eonaueror fwicd Car
f In nhaiiuwi trtoiA bi He, -
A fr th finieat ailer etar
J Pcln"d th airlw f aftcT; '
,Ha'wept Mponthc battle und, j1
' vRtM.ir, jc. inylrkKM.
Of death tdcncnuel around
f H;aeani.orttoti werafulli
: n rrqynirTiBfbbtmmtt
4T And fell aa vnmy foc Iruiri fcr, B .
f f frf" orpo"" ,n,,,
Jln Wind ia a'aleepin ea
J.Himjant abroad ti efy ...
An island in a ttormy aea
' Ha got him hack again i
' .. He eama'on earth,,deiennined, atetn
. "vAnd liardlo be denied,
. . Empire and thronea to overturn
i" And oo the freateit-dted. J. 0. li.
SONNET ON A KOAST HO.
Thou rert thia morninB;"a a lily fair, hole,
hen I peep'd at )bee tfirough the pantry key
Cut birjnf and the fire'a exccire rlirr,
Have made thee quite a qtiadrupedian Creole,
StUI Umu art lovely, and an epicure
Would now prefer that eyelet face of thine
To woman'a, though array'd in arnilea divine j
Would deem thy odoroua fragrance much more
TUan bcauty'a tweetrit breathinga, would re
The many tempting cbarmi with which thou'rt
.drcatt . fbreaat,
Tbf well lurn'd neck, phtmp frm and ottinp
Acd fondly tee that greute wai in them all.
' y; ' .' Prov:Jonr.
Tbere U a hue, a aoft and mellowing ahade,
fitea! o'er the foreat, and embrowns the glade,
Lone; ere the rugged Itaml of winter drear
Tear from the wiiber'd branch its garment tear i
Scarce shall thon ace it on the yellowing edge
Of each green leaf j ami yet the certain pledge
la there, that the year's youth is past, .
And cold decrepitude is coming fait.
It speaka of bngjft thmgn fading, and of light
Shrinking away in the dirk arm of night ;
It ahadow forth man's ever withering state,
1 With dim prophetic? romment on Bis tatei
It couraela hope suiee things (hat fUo on earth
Light; Kixcns, flowers, all know a second birth.
. rOvr M1lr ,f r wlin Ihf IU lli..
rauM Tsa nir ivec cocaiaa aid E.iaviasa.
- Andrew Jackson,' It is a peculiar
advantage of republican institutions,
that uodcr thcirjrjroteaipojlicJiigh
1 aT K sat itai In 4riiwwfraea Kl sa ftaaiast
1 wv ginv, m vuuhuj unaaiu
j with Civil liberty, no distinctions be
required, save those
f i at a . j
wmm uiuic".isa uciscu crcaicu
there U no bloated aristocracy, whose
pretensions rc measured by the
weight of purse or, the length of pedi
gree there arc no degenerate sons of
virtuous fathers, who.findjn anceatral
not merely a refuge from dis
gaCe, but a claim to honor and Tes-i
pends on their ' moral or intellectual
power ; their private or public useful
ness : aod but few instances present
themselves in' which mediocrity meets
with unmerited, reward: whilst genius
is ieu to langursn in poverty, ana neg-
iect. ,;ir any apuoc coma exist 01 tne
truth ofihe fcreg;oing remark ix wotild
be dispelled bv cursory examination
oftJieHreeToTtKfac men who have,
led theTiobleatobjectlaubaeqeotly .led to his-political eleva4
of "humab ambitiori, and ioscribed
their names,on the tablet of their coun
try 'a history"-We - mightp-vithout
tasking our memory to the utmost of
tie powers, iurnisn numerous exam-
$kt: J&f sdeRtiad vitme;iiointl
nurtured in obscurity,- which, at the
fortunatelnornenrof their productionr
gratitude 1 but of the many within our
.? " wui wuw m ui
ine uisunguisnea lnaiTtauai 'wnose
name is written above and whose char
acter will form the subject of the fol
lowing observations. 1 ; ,5' -tlc,
not our imtipn
accord withthe ! J narrow limits of a
sketch, to give a minute circumstantial
account of the life and actions ot this
extraordinary man. To s the ; pen of
the professed biographer we shall leave
thr executica of a task of such magni
tude, and . content ourselves with a
brief and gencraLview of those events
ia his v career, civil, military and pili-
eai ,- W'Hcn jtena - jo- oring-ioio iignt
Attlut critical t fried ofLu.'.,:.:s cx
Mtrr.r. -.).r. t!.c necessity cfl i ' -t jI
1 ' ,
control it -deemed rnoif, orrcnt, At
drew Jackioo was thrown l'ricndleni
tsr on the world to rathtr wiiiom
from- the Icnons oC experiencenor
wec her hinh rd levereMeachm
without their value Of' effect. They
tended to develone; that dcciiton of
character o indtipenlabIeto tnt cor
rect diicharge of public duty, ttd
thcr tilled into lf thoie. ntuae
K?nni of oc'riiui' which, without their
qutckeoing influence, mrght bare per
iihed unknown and -unregarded. It
waa not in the Upof J.t'Wj"
JeneV tfiat that mini wi palurecl arid
"Jjfnge tfiat that mini! wt irnaiured and
'deiVtncd it rfature day to ahinc -frith
, k.:ir,. K :n In
luch hrilliancf on the one aide, In i
spirii of si vaee raocour aod .'pcriccu
lion j on tne otnrr, wiw uoaniico
cooitancy and indomitable valor, was
the school in which, tleyouhgaitpi.
rant for renown," was tanht t6e rudi
ments of the military art. Iirred at
an early age to danger nd privation,
he learnt to rely withr cnofidt-nce -on
hi mental energies and to fmd in hs
own heart resources, commensurate
with emergency 1 and altriough, at
the period, too young to do more than
follow in the track where others led,
yet the dauntless resolution of the boy,
was no unmeaning presage of the future
glories of the man. - -
When the restoration of peace had
effectually closed the. career of arms
agatast' furtherexertionpit- became
oeceasary for Andrew Jackson to turn
his attention to some civil employ-mcni-
The piety of a mother had
destined him to the ministry, but hap
pily for America the wisdom of a aon
made another," and amorejudicionr
selection. Of those pursuits which
are thrown open to men of industry,
talent and education, there is none
which presents a wider ranee of
I thought, or exerts a stronger and more
I saluury influence on the mind, than
I the profession of the law. . Intimately
t connected with tbe science of govern
ment, it leads the student to the con
stant consideration of those great and
immutable principles, which form the
ground work of social polity ; and, by
cherishing a habit of keen and subtle
discriminaucnivesTxeTcise and. vU
gor to" the faculties of memory, judg
ment and perception. Nor do its ad
vantages terminate here the practical
lawyer is hourly bn.ught'm contact
with men of all r inks and of all char-actersrThe-theatre
a world in itself, where, we behold
the wise and the weak-Mhe Industrious
and theidle, the -moral and -the profli
gate, seeking the establishment of
a right, or the palliation of a wrong. A
thorough acquintance with the human
heart in all its beauty and deformity,
is the necessary result of this close
and constant association with men of
every class and degree, and although
the acquisition of this knowledge U of
ten attended with toil and d.fficulty
and disgust, yet its utility will, in the
end,-moreihan compensate Cor every
evil suffered io itv attainment.
But however high, or deserved,
may have been his reputation at the
bar, it is not as a lawyer, or, as an ad
vocate, that the subject of the present
sketch has any claim to central con
sideration and applause. It is suffi
cient. for our purpose to have indica
ted'the study -qf jurisprudence nsone
those ' treasures of the mind," whicb
tion; We:rshall hasten-therefore, to
view him in - another and far different
lightpleading the cause of his'-coun-try,
not before a limited audience, but
before God and the world , not . with
ine more persuasive eioqucuce oi tne
SW''ri? :. : ,....r..r..-.
Th& .year 1512-fautjd t!vc,Artri
can people uiviaea on a question invol
ving the safety 'and;i honor , of the re
ic. The "justice, or expediency
of war with England, at that juncture,
though vehemently supported by a ma.
jority of the nation, was yet doubted,
or. denied, by af powerful miodru v.
i nis uisumon ia couopu was unnappi.
lyiprcuctive of "disunion iri faction,
and whilst the high toned federalists
it the East stood alodf from a ' contest
which' their conscience or their wisdom
disapnroved . the -republicans of the
West, "less scrupulous; Jn heart and
less fortunate in position, were left to
encounter the full force of a desolating
bbfderwar ' ;At this moment of-doubt
. - i . . r ..' . i i . .,
tor cf the 11 81:711 " f the t:;.:n.'' J Ic
Telt that Hrc linu... r; ence morr irj lit
bosom, which twenty yean f j ca:r
had'dimmed, tut not quenched, nnd
with the prchctic eye ot gcr.iu, fore
saw in diitaat pcnpective-hii battles
and "hia triumphs. , We Have the ' au
thority of the rt Geoeral of the age
for believing, that the warrior likejhe
p6etf' derives his intprration irnmcdi.
ately from I leayen. Nascitur lion Jit,
is ai applicable to the one aa the other.
The itudyof booka'rnay forrn XfXck,
never Napoleon, ana where nature
without. -nrluhV-The claims' Df 'Ati
drew Jacjtioa to a distinguished place
atnqog tticftetlewwrr) nature;
formed for baUle held, will not be
rcautefl by him wh has studied with
attention the history 'of bis victorious
ampaigns. Io common 'with alh cel
ebrated commanders," he appeafa to
have, poiacssed the power of vigorous
(toi'Ccpucrj nnd rapid cxecuti n nor
wa tht'irt dented to him of jnspirios
rtis soldiery witn a large portion or nis
i . at' a
own fearless cochdence- a confidence
not founded in vrNwecAingprrsump
m a a
tion, wuicn nt'pisca a danger it can
not perceive, but based on a thorough
and just estimate of his ovrrt strength
and resources. The two first tears
of his military service found him op.
posed to an enemy, wiih'iut'civilita-l
nop?: but"notrw about -d isci pliDe.
They had forrnedto themstlvcs sys
tem of tactic, as'well.euited fo .their
oatiorm character aitok the nature of
the country they defended. - jlld in
the depth of their forests arid surrourf
ded by marshes -and . ewam'ps -.-almosf
impenetrable to roan it was with min
gled terror and admiration that they
beheld these natural . advantages of
position vanish before the. genius af
their ardent and pertevering-foei" In
vain they had recourse' to those arts,
which, on former occasions had prov
ed fatal tollarmer-and grr:CJair
their plans were baflled by the rapidity
of his raarchf anr) therr ambuscades
turned to their own'deatruction,' until
ar last, exhausted by their etTorts' Vnd
humbled by repeated defeats, they re-
ceiyca a; tne nanua 01 Uit victor, :
peacehich they scarccIy.Tdeservedr::!
- But .whatever mav have.been the
danger and difficulty of theIaJian
war, or the co .r; ge arid skill display.
ed io aifronttr.g tlic ojjand surrnQgntv
ingthe other; xnrf would i.-evcjr have
extended the faoic of the conqueror
beyond the'TImTts of ih'e"4te rn t or y jm?'
mediateberYrfirtert liy-nis succcsifat
operations. "I'rovldtfiCe had,wcV4
er, decreed that heahould reap an
other and a richer harvest of nlofy.
To bis care was entrusted the safety
.1"1 Louisiana, menaced with British in.
vasi u, and the (8th of January beheld
the fulfilment of the trust the-tri
umph of America, and thelunriiliation
of England, We will jjot dwell ioh
events, familiar, even 10' those: who
posse si buf"a li mi ted k no wlcrJge "7oT
their country's history. Par ty spifiv
ever blind in its rage, and unjust in its
aspersions, has since Suught to attri
bute that success to the valour of the
soldier which was due to the genius of
the commander, but the impartial de
cision of history wilf lbe, tlw tlthFch ief
was worthy of the army," and army of
JIkeT..m..At lady at'tnest enif
pushed pffa tittle ways, and aihole in
the 4on extitintr theladvi?8curiositv
, . r W 1 .. w - . " j sj
their mother, whose
toaa greaf kindness, "Jm often hannens
among, otheC orders of beinpproved
wicir ucaii uuiiun, -, nuswn l uiriOf.
Gen. Lafayette. It: ti'Mtid in a
letter from? Par is published, . in Uhe
Ewek Kegister, thaLLafayeue hade
cently.travelldrnluch in rancei and
was every where, Veceiyed withfi en
thusiasm' and respect ' and he , took
every occasion to'expresk bis bp'nionsj
in favor ot liberal principles. We are
gratified to) rerVfsays tlie; JRegistJr)
that bis pecuniary
cently enhanced by
considerable arnbunt of property wnich
harl beeniniitigationb inthr French
our -i c i;..ru - -
has railed in htttowinfr nortion 01 1 oonrs wcrr- iacu
the sacred fire, even Icngth oT aer-jany !(, ine piece; w
rice 'becomes labor without end jnd Spanish brown for ret
dosetrwhere were1 deposited Sundry; Wd the javTs (ogether till: a -pies
and other good thiagsiOhe pie cieocy :bntJsswailIowed'; or, the sjI'
wasovered witlra plate, 'lirnTcTwasT' :mt iff walerhd admff-
Intun rtmiim. -
h i to
- ).'r. enrcul
ticn ai b the raV
tivrn (,f the
la turvir, w
with trie Indies l tncir uead, J,jJf
f. .L- l ...I. .1. 1
11 v i njrr urcTj witn mc qrnu
prcu rving, the bodies Ir&w Cortu-u
1 1 1 . inc louuwin cxiraci Iron
J I i r t J 1 c ' Husbandry would seem to
saottion sucH an opinion t,
" A. hit. roultntyf ol PhiUdelj,!
dined rn b ird a Hpanish ship of )r
at the IIsvana; and ate of lulled l:,
pork: wi.ich appeared aa if just Wh
lie was 't dd t was liUecriindputbn.
vcar.ueiore, at L.a icrn iruz. Tk.
ire covered tilk
men paccea n Tgi, ror mc c,iiictr
They showed him some io bagi, ur
they were covered with rcd.otU.'
woicn is wasiieu 011 wun water pr,.
vious to boil'ioj; it. I presume
other 'pure, impalpable, especially dn
astriogenrday, will anuer as
Home clays ao" far partake 4 ,Juai
fijp '-hew it exuded, like a white
mould.' Buch'I have seen n fa
ba ksxf the Chesapeake. But d&et
ppaniili brownfccontain alum V
Woman. Prauci I. of France, t
the fir ail monarch who introduced Ij.
dies at-his Court. ; fie said, in a i!t
of true gallantry : That a drrior.
ponj without ladirs was like the yelr
witnout tne p log J -or rather,
pnoff wjthout. flowers.
Aoojitrre i(.ii(e vftulild atnsnUf
-.1 .1. ... .
up i.ic inoiigrta ri enjoymp; tne ioci-.
to of woman. 'Iri'youth'sivs lr l
Bjcon, womth' are'bf rnTtrev.ws
at a riper age our companions, in onl
itt oor nuraes, and in arrs ".:
Fontcnelle being one dav naked
a lord in waiting at Vrrsaillrs, wh,i
difference, there, was between a c!cx L
and awomao instantly ' replied "4
cloct 'serrcs to po nt 6ut the lu ur".
and a woman to make in ;or?et ihem."
' I have alwaya remark 1 1," uv
the -celebrated laedyardy-'Mltat xrmn
ioaH countriea are civil, obliging, tec
-der-and-Knmne. Tn --a-Voiron-,
whether civilized or savage. I npn-c
Ijireis m);!tAneJaDgqage'cf dr.
j! cency and- fnendshipwithfiut rcceiv-
1 i S " '. liecer)t -Jnd ftieudly.? anawer:
yitttt'UJbs9ften..cnj)t!ie'rwist;' fo..wanderLDf.Qyer the.barren pbini 44'
inhospitable Denmark, Uirough honei:
Sweden aod frozen IisplandYwJc
and churlish Finland f- uftcririckld
Russia ; 'and id- spread 'reckon ii
the" wandering Tartar, if hungry, dry.
ever hern friendly to me and cnu rm
fy so andto add to fthts Virtue, (
worthy the appellation of benevoler.tt)
these action have' been performtd iu
so Ire'?: and fcinda mbnner,, that if I.
wlRdry, t'crane: the sweetrst dracghi,
and if hungry,,! te the coarsest nio
sef avith a doubleelish."
1l ' V f
An Important Convent ion. A for
ventionof delegates from the s-veral
Bibte SocletiesrrrS. C. is to In held
to Colombia; orfthe 35ih of Xo er bti
next.- The object of the meeting ist
adopt measures to' supply every desty
tute family in the State, with a cop)
ofihe Holy Scriptures within the pe
riod designated by the. Am. Bible f?
Ciety,rtr supply all tie clesthule in the
United State?.' ' 1
a.taoie appn.!ull t fine salt mto tne
istered in the liquid frm. ;The cuk
I is Irnjnejdiate and iiire-A farmer, wb
JWbk fiausebt Bible 5?
eiety dfiVarkjJistrjct, g. C. have m-
dertakert to supply all .the desntore
families, within their .bpunds, and hps
empioyed for tbat purpos;e, an cfiicicnt
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