...... f . ' t ' ' ' .
- . . .. . .... A.rt .te ir
IM ft if i..f, M
. ftUtJf ' .
J. rowg hUbero reocWed from th eitiaen
U i t'jury and H-aan cotwtyi a ad Iskt thi
l re'ura hla aioem thkoki for Ik
Ami be chrtuee hope, thai by ksep.
fc,c awtU rUH.eJ -4 cheap s-sjrtment of
tl nrit a eniMme of the frtnaroue
wonftdenc of an enbened eowimunby.
- IN l w rrceWinfi lr-Ct fro rUUdeli.lii
And Nawl-rk, wc Kkrtd o4 wanpteU
. Fall and Winter GOODS,
e!t lplfl to mi , no nnna en.
vtn (Up tut CASH, or on tir. io rttpor.i blo
r corner.- Among bk fluek, rtfl b fwl
JTard-IV&rcr - Groccrin,
fijflrrtf Domcstict. lo c.
. n. . WttUh la parcbm rood chep
- -3. . Tlit tnafclunnjf of Pt.ri T"
Wirt, Ureto'jr ooaoetcd bj-KtfwM
' mtn, Ul brltcf be Mrtied o bjf tb tub.
Vriber b U ktfp epwuirt' btnd, or
tettiuUCTurfl to owcr, - - - -
Milk, and Tin ffltf IFarf,
I..! I aT k twt mfttrrikU and In the sioit tub
jud bpi, by wrict tteUoo to lb!i brdi of
Apia w er" pjy.a CRESS
w w AVE lurt tita, i loeir
iTi Store. Wood Croe,
d Mil net tuppv v
W V J ,
- ubkHMble FlUiv inter ,: v. -
-Wblo IbtTwHb TlffttlewH ind lliem, pur.
.... l .1 011-' tl.! MnatA
: . Brotd Cloth : --v-
20,nrrt, rtft nd Ulnl -
V Into indiU J rin.U,
Botnt nd Kum BlvikeU
" Cuoibltti tnd l"iJ - '
" Cirtloft Crpe nd. fillki : L. i
s Brnnbuetts, Otmbstinri and Circauuns
rm-trT Bbawte and Point n . .
tqfttber with turf other article utuaPy fouod
' 3a a store ti tnn cciu-u
All of which tber ar d. termlted' M UX "ai
Itfw at' any oiber perwa Irbiteten-enKijwd iir
- ie tamo im o mk u wvuwu,
nTcredirw UlStuai dealrn;
Tbe rabfic are respectfully int!ted to call, ex
t " t
amine, and juupe lor meoiitirea. w m
Ocroer 3l, 18J9. , , Smt'Oi , ,
Tre8V OxocfctitSi &c.
A. TOXtllElTGI- & 00, ,
JL RE now rece'mryr their Mawnable aupply
J. hicb: iritb their omil stock of
? -f VRY GOODS,
will conaiot of an ezteosire aaaorunent of
. v. . Sugar, Coffee, Salt ;
ffiON. ttiitable for Wit and CarnaH Tyrei ant
. A terre awrtoaent of bUOS. ...IV hich they win
nil low for msA or t$iun.
f r JVEtV GOODS.
npHE aubacriber baa just receired, from New
. JR. York and Fliiladelphia, and la now opening.
at ni Storo in CONCORD, t general aarart
- tnenl oT'p GOODS
Dry ' Goods,
. .. ar.j.1..'... ,
Havinr narchaafd enlirelv 'for caih. and in-
wmunjf to aril for coiS, he feel atiaured that
.he can tell on tertna which viU be aatisfactory to
oe wwiing to porchaieu '77.'"
The public are respectfully invited to call and
CWcter nth, 1829.
RESPECTFULLY inform. 1,U frienda and tbe
public in general, Ibat he has on band at
' - C. Urga and bandsome assortment of : "
I".:; TiX. VARBK -'.
hich be offer for sale on very accommodating
termi, wholeiale' or retail Merchanta, and
, -there, at a distance, who want 27 if art to sell
again, can have it sent to them on the shortest
twice, at tbe hop prices, which are as low or
'lower than at any other shop in tbe upper part
..Irf'be 8tate.:. v'-,.i-, Lr; . , v-JUt,
Peathers, Beeswax, Old Copper, and For,
-"Jin taken in exchange for Tin Waray--w-
iayr-H Dee.' 2di 1829.
I? ? ' toe office of the Westera Caro.
ZLi nT ? Faanf re and Planters Alma
JW tVj!te Tear 2C53i 10 W"1'
BAUsnunr.KQWAN county, n. CM...;Ti;i:2i)Arl;iir.CKS!nBn'f jf ibm.."
fWilBwbofib iW, bt. f4l, and fb-"jjuUk-,
t,l'b' tor.iim.ri U aIoa bw4
mi In LlorktHm, a hMoforo. . Ula time and
afftC ttf, it WV M 0otrd tbff tntf.
aU iiprodv(4Wtir purtbM i4 iwdc.M,
tuataocn Via ir i4
i b rnt tbe rr.uMt acttAO,
Ifainna will act is hs
U iUnv. tolloir, or other rrtvKie. arnt to
hiiav to eny attdnM, will bo rtedred and fur-
irtlt profltptly, fro of CtUbnuwioaa an-J au
oftier charn a let pi for eiptnaci actual! ia
" for tftt eofiienleneo vf paraooa aendipf e
Cpttoo tbroorb tbia channel, Mr, lnraa will
be oortftaaily Mp4ia4 ltb lb Wadiof artldea
of OrtcrHt it ri 1 1 Salt, lUgginf, , Rape, Buar,
CofTrf, foUaara. lift, he toch
? ' I offler. at eoil and eharree i which
OJi... ... .-a TJ bo charf 4 to tb ptrtWa, oa
try booht, and made payabUl in niarlefljoa.
CkatUt JsVinntuH, Cm). eon'Jnuea my Afent
in Camden, at brfet ofore. . . . ,
; IIFJWIYm COXJfER.
OeKr. 1829. . 34103
nnUE new Steuo Beat
-JL JndrfwJaclfti, built
eiprtfty rof tbe Chen
.and Aorneta tnde, UI
e.tAitec4ic ro-aing alternately btweii tit iwo
plao, a 9a aa fiaiatked, wbkb UI bo profit
om to lb lt ot noy. sue root direct (injuwi)
beto C'barimt mm Cbcraw i 4 fM ubr
frciihtf at tbe loa-ett nOftuble ratea, 3mt04
lj. Joabtia Lararua will bo my arrnt In
Cheraar for bee alao, and will attend promptly
to tbe abipment' of Cotton by bar, conairaed
I a a. I
IIEXRY W. COMM.
rarsn, rAsxnoxTABLs. ai?d
A HE now openir.c at tbe fubacriber .Store in
SaUaburyt cMiMin(r of
of almost every drscription, suited to all seasona
f tbe yaaiy. Alan,,.,-. -...... .,..
1 icnia in variety and amount
u-j w k'. u j
ptKbiru uiiiikii wim isrc, aiui
bought forraJlrwrthr best termarin Pbiladel
nbia antl- New.YwkrTbe- cu-lio are a(ird
they will find a lare end turf supply, and lower
for cah than uaual, or otherwise on accommo
dating terma. They are reeeif.Ily invited to
call, see fashionseiamlne qualities, bear prices
and jucLje for tbemaelve. ,
i wapectfulrrbcgnd reTunTBia unfeirn
ed thanks for tlje very riberaTiind ifCstingaislied
CatrHMig h Itaa bewo highly 4wo(Myd with
y a discerning public, a; d bones, bv a dilirent
aUaiviion, to merit a continuance of the amei -
SaU'bvry, Sept. 28, l2f) . 3mtOO
GEO-IGZ! IV. SZ10T37T
IS now receiving from New York and Phila
delphia, a choice and handsome assortment
vry goods; j :
Pants, - - Dye Stuffs,
jsoois, -a noes,
Groceries, &c. ;
which were bought at reduced prices, and will
be sold at a small profit, for coin, or on lime -to
punctual uTer..- ..Among .the.. Grocerievare
first quality -
Tcncnjmne,V Mascateu ditto.
. v uuiv, mimQm miU viiuiiic
Pld,,JIolland. . Wa,.jold..Xoiriae
Brandy, Jamaica and New JJogv
land Rum t toeether -ith everv
article usually found in a 8tore in thia section of
country. , .
reraona wisuinjr to purchase. all Dlease cell.
nu examine tne auove lioocia. -,
SatMnttr, Stpt, 2SVA, 1829. 6mtl3
inNE of the most valuable tilanta.
( -XJr .lions, t tile tippe country . It
r -.u, .fork, , af.wlfccky,.riyee.,4mdfiwidlo.
wsaBjaaav:flM' iiift!i -MktWn:?m nfiJU"
dred'and aerenty cree of land. The quality pf
the'htid w first rttt;tbeJoir dfeepLIhe iurf.de
f ,: tail - a . . . r r
icvec , 1 nereis about two hundred acre clear
ed, mostly fresh a new, convenient and elegant
8L -II A. IT . , . 4 ... i
jt. -a. u-cmnir-nouRe, WQicn cosi-neariv lour
thousand dollars, aiid other buildiners
euitable to. it. The payment for this
nronertv can be made eaav. Aimliiratinn f tn
terms of sale, can be made to R. II. Alenndcr.
m my abaence. ' .
8 WM. J. ALFJCANDEP..
JOHN L. SHAVER, St CQ. have taken the
BtacktmitVi Shop heretofore occunivd bv
Philip AAawr, in the town of Salisbury ; where
they intend carrying on h JJIacktmittting Bud.
neu, in aO ifs various branches t and resnectniilv
solicit a share of tbe .public patronage. They
ubvc iu ipeir employ one 01 me neat workmen
in the county t which will enable them to exe
cute every description of Blacksrbith's'work in
a style of nearness and durability, equal to any
in this part of tbe country. Their terma will be
moderate, with a reasonable indulgence for pay.
rlf... . ..
Tb tI!).nrepwrtwllMr! !;!W 1c. of
4 . m r . .. t - ' '
. V. rrtti.Jcnt of I?.
l't4 gui4a, 4 1 waasM.4 bit Vch.. to
- 4tfm ItL S
i.r,rVuR,...rrtu 7 ti 7 !
hi NivslForceof tbt UmttdStaiti,
wiHtni ci lc.i acpt in scuvo iirv.es du
If .V W10! ,,,f,f M N,B CoraP0:,
or thi dtflVreat iqusdroni tmpioyed In
! j V WM
.fgntd tbem. ,
been cootiiiucd to ibst aerrlce, with tb
emption of the Deliwar gun ahip,
sod the itboontr Porpoise, which have
(xtn uhdrswoi tb utter taring been
rtpreieoted by thi curonindioe oi?cer to
rrquito einii? repJrN Tn,rtuin
ol the LifUoare a decided on under
DCUti, that lb prexDt state ol ojr poiiti
itrraneea did not require ihe emfatent
of a ship of thi cl.11 lo that ea $ that all
tbnecaary proteetlao cowl be el van t
our commerce by (rigttsi ondiatDailer
vttei and these Dtomiaei to be mora
flTn lent, in the punull atjj camure
itcn veiieii a might bo ipcted to
siu it, ana war lea liable to suffer from
tbdnp:of th Ntditefrtneao rjivlira
tlon. The Constellatioo Mie and the
albop Onfario were aoro1rjr ordered toj
joii the aqui-Jrort j theWrf couve)iog
to England and France theT-wly appoin-
ted Ni nilters lo those coutiiriti. Inior
matiort hsa been received of the favorable
execuiionof ihese duties. tur MinitrI
hare been landed at their resfrnita norms!
of destination t and these Vweli. it U
presumed, have, before, thia ltnm4 their
atauon in the Mcdiierrian aiidrnr
- Il i to be rear-tfarf 11.,..
io.ubordio.iirm K,, .ntf..,.
Stnong the ofTiCor of thW tnuadrnn
Court martial have b7en noreMarllv re
sorted to, and tome of tbe .fefiactor hve
been entencd V iemporryjand ewhers
ifimaneni aisrotsisi from the crvic.
It i rr.tiMnrr on the other- band. -to
anowi trm awhorJtfTtTKifVrts-trrf.S
dence, that the general conduct of the of
ficer of thi iqiudroo has been such a tn
preserve amnng tne oiate and sover
eignti, 1 on the Barbery Coast, 'he favor
which had been earned bv the tallantrv
ind honorable deportment of their ore-
-The- Naval lorro -under the-command
of Commodore' RldirclvVand 'ordered to
cruiae on tbe vaJpdi ttation, conais
led, io the early pri if the year, of the
(loop Falmou'h, Hotnat, Erie, and
N.'chtx, and the schooner Grampu and
Several ac:t of piracy having been re
ported to nve been committed In the
. . j
iiivnui v, tcviua.j iai, 1110 imcuca,
which had returned to tbe United Statea,
for repairs, wa ordered to reioitl the
sqoadron After, cruising few. wek,Lbine . ando all other cause wbictofasor
rofnfeairiie T t ti A at aa T rwmA a 1 1 nat i,air 1
. ""rvf uui 1
returned to the united states, and n
ince sailed to Colombia, taking out Mr.Ltruc,:on whjch i0 ,nUch ohill has been
Moore, the United Statea' Minister to that
Govern mehtw hence-abo wa ordered fokiri rtVnr.iervatlon of which ao muth
proceed to .Rio. Jae.elro, to. coovt y to. 1 he
united ottes, v-ommooore Ureiehton,!
wbose command had Deen transferred to
Commodore Cassin. This vessel was
4iso. requirea taauotaa passage to mr.
Harrison, the lalo Minister to Colombia,
on his return to the United States
frontier of tho Mexican Statea by the J
lorteagi pam, nayiuK icu iv ppreucn-i
siuiia mat our i.uiiiiiiciv.C 111 mm quarter,
. .k.. .u.. ........
might Buffer by the encroachments which
belligerent are. ao - ready to make on
nectral nprotctedb'.ghlav. Jhe; reacpk
wa wqaippedr andrtaking -out. Owmmo
.A.tEiaQt?Wtetie. Cwmmadst Rtti I-
17, n wiucivv w i-paii iw vio ai wiio vi
.... . . .... t 1 ...s.? . - . n t -..I
inee"Tenewe-msimue - -s ne rieii
wuiLu iiauaiauiaiumcu iurrepiis, s3mc.
soon alter to rejoin tnis squaoron
It Is due to the late Commander,
modore Hidgely, to aay thal'a far as the The attention of tbe President la respect
means had been afforded him, he haalfnllv invited to this branch of -tbe con-
kept his' little squadron employed with j
vigilance and activity and, on a late oc I
cssion, this haa been gallintty d-monstra I
ted at Tampico, in the firm and prompt J
course pursued by .Master- Commandant f
Norris," in the rescue of the property of
one of our countrymen from the grasp of
unjust power. j
For tbe last. few month, except in the
caseiust relerred to, no information has
beeft giyen to thia Department," of anjr flieved that the true policy of the Govern
new act of piracy dr aceresftion on the I ment will be to discontinue, for the pro-
commercial tights of the nation; but, f
mere can oe no. aotyjt, mat relaxation l lor tomt speciuc oojcn ur ninsui.w
to thn jpQlicy Jatelj' ptmufifl, nonldjbjjleajrgenc; to;proritle fifc. Uioroog!
drnredationt. ' ' ' -'.
I - . " 1 ' ' "
i.Jo aqtudrf-ii tbo cotef of IW.riF
ana Uutnoi Ayrei bat boon maintained to
In u.u.f eittnr, mJ hit tern ir!ld 6r,f.
oirxaiij;-t,r rtlltl-tlMrtt rar
I routine of dnf. Tk nr..-n- f ,1.1.
wy eottinao, lor tb eomasertiil Iqiop
would. not hive bocn er.rtd lo defenci.
e merchantmen. $Kt birior taken
Pc botw'M .-i two oatbot, nothing
, t, U dreaded by oar merchmt thlpi
iirora an intarimoro UB. keUlgeNnt
privilege. Yet many rs.sons forbid lb
diminv.ioo or our naval fort on this
coaiti.-'Tkt r.nua!ijr locnaalna; em.
tnrclal lotercour between the United
'ea and these eonntrlev calls opon tb
government tob prepsred to multiply
thf neni of It nroteetion. f 5Iav com
plaint havbeen made by certain o(Rcr
11 this aqtiadron againtl each other, of
loppretuoa on tb on aide, and of Inaub
ordination and neglect 01 duty on tb
other,. , Tbe partial, charging each other
-tea ordered to repair to lb United
8tat.. Jmmodiatelf rtrhIf rtiurn,
aujbrin will be caubfished to In? eaiicste
taeao c-npuints, asd to render ui ice
ofiiiU to lb atgreisor and atgrievid.
ho squadron on tbe I'sciBc coast of
pouth Acncrka coosiata of the frigate
Q-rrierei the aloop St. Louis, and the
schooner Dolphin. No change-have
been 'made in Ibt force bf this tquadfon
Commodore Thompson has ayuetded
Commodore -one lo tbe-comnund ( and
I the (Juerriere and St- Ioui have taken
'' place of the Brsndywtne and Vin
cenncav Commodore Jonea ha returned
to tt United Statas In tbo formrT and
lb latur, acting uadtr orders from the
lato Executive, alter totichme at the
I FhehoTrnT3alfa-lch lslnds. wTTTre
h f "F f of Uoed ,io?c
information has been proeemM to in
Department inducing a belief that an in
r trf thi tou necessarif LhcuRb
douhtl.ir, good policy lorbidi thst an
Dortion ol it bo withdrawn. Annexed it
statement, marked A, .Hewing tli tit
iKHition 01 the LubTlc Vcatcls now in com
The report of the Commissioner of
the Navy, which i herewith trainml:ted;
marked Prfufaihaa4 delaifid "attfemfht
of .he number of ahipsof war in ordimry
beir Drasent conxuUQtr. aod the amount
hch will be required to bTthemTor er
v,c.; : 1 hew amp aro repreaemetno 00
in state of preroatoro and -rapid decy
1 t 1 a. l a
and, when the manner in wnica mcy nave
Seen diipoted'of at me ttarions n comid
ered, this cease to be matter of tur
prise, how much soever it m.y b of re
trrel. It ha been (he practice, wnen
r w f
ships of war were to be laid up in oruttia
tv.to olace tbem uuder the ictneral au
n..iniryl.nia if thii fummiindAnt fif
rti. wfttl.e t,0cations h. been so mul
tb)jed by the Department, that ho hsi
hU, ,ue ,mt t devote tO tftl OUtJ.
Thus, they remain exposed to the wasting
,.nru. r ik- .-.un.: rain, and aun-
lbe decaropmition. of the materials !
. 1 a a . ft a i . J
which tbey have been- num. 1 nia . aim
u.n a3.. nr. fuhr;c. IMin the con-
Lr 4be C0J11IMKU1 -nd nauonal. aecuniy
j.ai. i,t iirmaitrl. that imme
diate and effectual mine be adored to
. . 1 .
arret its progress . 1 ne impolicy m
cuuicg"1own thtbest.timbef n tne coun
try, end converting il iolo ahip, which
ore to be subjected (0 ibis process of rs-
1 (j T i"stTQ"ctionwotird"cc in to oet 00
oUrinsr not to have ben noticed, and too
ru hou.i- wantCful hdt to have Men dl
continued as soon as perceived' Wit bin
the last few years, the vessel which were
in brenafation on the stocks hsve been
all&W. td retnaia ucdettlte: protactio.ai
houies'erccted over them.'InthepoM
f k e cj C; the CbinmMibneri' Ijafef b'Scr-
.j 8Uetreition a to lite measure rrece
. . . ... .. ..... .
sar, -for rireventins the progress ol an
evjt which threatens to render abonive
ajnw eflfart .of the Nation for the estab;
Com-llishment of en elleetivo naval, force.
cern of the Navy, a a matter of minor
importance to no one which can on pre
sented for his considerstioo.
In addition to Ihe mean proposed bj
,, rmmlainner for tbe accoroDliib-
mcDt 0f the objects to which their report
refers, it is proper that some remark be
0ff9tc& 0n poiot connected with thi ub
Meet, and on which their opinions wert
loot reauir.ed to be cxpreaaco. i iaoe-
sent, tbe building of hjp of. war, unless
rp1r of tbe ship's ordinary Ur tho
eroction of the nactary; shed fin-ihelr
trrier-ed hrttrt-rsn mtihrnent of 7 '
police, al er.fc'u;.".w bt sts kms,
opcrirmf and arsff tb empftmnf
ot sqwmein rfftfmmrhded by "the Dnanl "
ffW.i?oVirir far fbefr pil
ana auca otner aa tha .ri.n
of the Nary miy hsvt sho-a sppiicMej
lo this jiufpose. Teeerry the Jstrtr oh .
feet Into etecu!on, an. eddulontl appre
pristlen will be raulred 1 hht thi.M.
pftIon radtt rysolt In an Important
Ing In tbe Naval aipeedlture, end woulj
give lo tbe nation, intra ad -f ,s. A.,..
Ing fabric of which the ship, h erdinsrw
now.cenilsr, mirin. tor e which couidj
f T dr,cl pfomplIy ,nd rtxT
The'dntr of nrenarlnv akU. u. ...it..
l, by lbe establishad fegulniona, com- .
mitted to the Comtpsndanta of the tarda.
wbose great objeti rpm, ,0 bt lo hurry
tho equipment,. and 10 incjf.t linU .
pnse 4sihl. Thus, their prep.ra-'
Hon is imperfect, sod th n.ibn h.a la,
encounter-, e romiderahl- V rena taa. f
rign -ports (0 nhtain rertuitii
erJtjair t The material fr iffect
Ing which are omeilme.nW to be procur-
1 and ; Ibe. ahiii. bain ibro..,i.'t.fc :
hole cruise in acrionled atn. nrAM..
1 - ....... . - - en nun , .
the acrt ice out and hnm. ih. .i.u .t
ner loss, and nerhans that nl
Such srstem, In peace, Is hazardous,
in time ef war, dsngcrcus in tbe ex rem.
some csirs have been lirnuithi in. it.. ...
in- of the Dopartment, in which ship
ordered en v o? aes of 1 wo nr three years,
hse been so tarelusily erjuif ped, thst
the whole rruise oSight he aaid to be a
series of dingers ind escape?, ard 'heir
ssre return a matter father 10 br wonner
ed at than e.pected In evrry ininco
itv which It ten be convrnirnUr done, tho
to the equipment of his ship fur sea. No
on. is so much interested iu the proper
dhcharge of this duty j no one -will per
form it so well.
- It hsi been Usual to i'ischaf re aeamVni: "
ataome foreign port, whenever the pti
cd of 4he enlist ment ex pired, ' or t9 p,-
expenses of their j-rtara to the Uni-
led Siates-Horn thejrptsn' ere jec "
tionable u tber first, berjrjse . itor-er,
lesvestheBeaajio a wsndeicr on foreio
. ?ie.rf h..?j!her.m.uit .uErer..frora
wan, or go into the aenire ol other ns
tionsj tbtrebv diminhbing the number5
el this use fa I bodr of men. or inflicrfnw
tisty Biirecimpon in a -fundi provided"
- . - -.- wa "w
for the auppwrt of thd NBtTr Tttuardr
practice) is pronned to be sdnnted. nf
Insklrig tho "crmses cf tile s,ip's of war
shorter thsn has been custoniirv. and
enlisting the crews for such a term as
certainly allow of their return to the Uni
ted Slatr before the exoiraiion of iha
period ol cnlitment.
The Navy Yards established and nn
io.operatlon In the Unitfd S-aias. ar lo.
csted at the following
rnotith, New Hampshire, llrooklyn, Near -Iorkf
Pensarola, Ho,ton, Ptl'-delpbia,
Washington, and Nnrlolk. There is
scare!, any psrt of the expenditure for
the establishment of a Navt which ha
rontribu'fd to murh to exhaust" ttiVgcn
erai fund intended for its support, a
that which has been applied tn objrte
connuctr.d ffith.lht buldini: a.od msintain.
ing of Nsvy Yards. It sppadrs from thai
rabo'fr mattf fd vofiifre'ss" wv ' he 'Sr'rra-
lary of the Ny for 1828, thst the per
minent expenses under this head, includ
ing Naval, Ordinary, flospitsl rnd Civil,
modnt,; "atih u tl fy , "7b " R .58,7 r "The
great expense incurred in (ho support bf
these numerous establishments, make if
proper to inquire, whether it mjv nt e
mtterially dimished by a reduction ot
their number, without effecting iojurioos-
y, other important interests ot the Now.
The opinion entertained by those most
conversant with such subjects, seems tof
thai the reduction of 'hem would . offset
tn, injporwia dJmjaution-of.jexpcWiture s
and (bat, by concntrstmg the means and '
materiel far building, repairing, sec.' at
two or three points mnt fivurable . for :
uch purpose, k would tend greatly to
promote the 'general objects of these es
tablishment. Tba Commissioner of tho Navr'
"crd were directed, cn their late visit of
nlpection into tbe condition of the Navr .
Yards, to examine them with a' view to" "
(lit reduction of their number, and to as-
cartstn, as far a practicable, whether
ler may not b selected, on the numer
ous bay and harbors of the United States,
other sitas, embrscing greater facilities
vnd advantages than those which have;
heretofore been employed for those ob
The report tnade by the Board, marked!
C. is herewith transmrted. It oQardw
miich itteTcmg rnformviou on Ji
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