cnt.n pre-. CAROUNI.
The f..liin Utter wi eilrrwei te the
iUn. Mr, TV,,,, Rcprfientue In Cnr
from tUi Marjntn il.trict, Id UmI k''
it jl.rtjfd U the Atrk IVmeri
J'e- .S; I ht recently obenred
h Inking bter the proceedinge ol Ctm
rycti, thit e rewlu i'Mi hi been Introdu
eed tf 'oa, to etebliih e brench of the
U. S. Mint In the gold region of North
, , ijirt, ttt, 12.
Ixlttt from Voire. Ur the br;:e
('.Titian. Cintain lil.nchird, rrid e
' Mr. iu r.v: v Mr. wiwsrm.
. ' ' Tk. I'i.i'. kl iU tlmvt, a nefrlL
vtak nointa ol Mi adversary.
of Mi adversary.
terdr efternxi we bte u' filei tf
speaker, he U collected mJ dienj.
fir, I, aometi.net energetic, but
juniooed of vehement. His voice i
e'err and 6rm, end he msnages U with
much ability, Ms gesture are few and
not always grseeful, but generally forci
ble and irrtprcs.ive. A rosttrijl contrast
between these two men It In the expre-
riiU ptprrt to the fith end lime to the
8th of Jeni'erf . Thee contain no Impor.
tint poilileilitHCllUccnce Mrrrury.
, M.1IWII2, 181,).
'p-rt't fn'in ar nlint4 anil graphic
ictounl f tht det.a'e h the
Senate, rn Mr. Foot's retniutiufl relative
, i the dUtrlWion of .the Public Land.
The artide is Vritteii with so much l
' partnt caodogr and Inpjriality, that
bava copied be'" lb wfiier't remarks
on that part c.flh discussion which has
recently esl:rd such a lively interest in
" . . ;h community. , HJUin.
- ;.' - Amat.tineretinfrdebi!ehabeengoing
".' ' aiu'ih eate fjr the aU fortn'S',,
. which hai bee marked by some very ex
'. irtordintrr end lr.trreno(f circumstan
tot Connecticut, lo suspend ibe aor-
'""' hM W frml I
Tha Mwniteorcontjine e hoyl n:on
U !' I
. . . ... i i fvar il)mr nliar In Ins r . .. if "M
clerk end officer! oi l' nf",' ,,ls f 'WHw WtJ
the eiUnei ol the
i. ..tj ik.t ihit r.tAfw! nf f. nivr(
m.K'.t'.i nf ihrtr feature, Mr I Carolina i and eltSouz
h 1 hire not the
CotUrd bidovcrccne hi repunco tv
become i cinrtidjte far the Presidency of
the 'Chamber of Deputies for the nckt
WeuMer'ac-unteDJficeJj generally colJl fionour of ln P'wnf eqwn'M
rfhich tnikee thi i wiili toa. et tbe ln-ereil I feel on the
K tr.TV eri'ln tpf k44 HuH ,We 'f
occhItai! f rtim whf n ocmpaie4 yi,jec - iodactd me-toddxeil tbli
bj eeneer or tmile,etcec'dinsl)f efTec j letter tbjrou.
tit. TrerJcef51f,lllrne.ofth"C(", I Jb1 coitm of Cbirrui in which I
.if.rf,liJAaUuplejti.erf firflnjr.iftslJ.fMvJcrehU literei mnifened
ITe" K ay
An edict iiiaid to hire Utelf brrn i
med li.Prunii. prohibhiiisj fori(;r,eri
'f -Vl' hat recrrd
Itrrut'i, pnW.thedat Hutherfuri'.tovhi'
lutct, in J retdf Wi ceotnets an J ctr
cumtcti'm to sctte rapl-lty upon '
"l-rTViaon," ddtnrtd : : ng: tni powernu
the Weiturii matei, enl contending inai
' . 'it was the duif of the general govern
. ' ment la legislate on the public lands not
'.", fcr revenue, tut for iheir speedy setde-
s ment end formation Intone elates. In
the course of hit a'gomant he alluded to
the past policy1 of the feneral govern
mcnt on thii au'uject a illiberal and harh
. towjrdi the Weil, and accused lira K
' tern Ftstei lnpartic:lar,of hoifiHty to the
prowth and prosperity of tho Weit. Mr.
: Hay no ol South Carolina hi the course of
the debate, supported the ticwiof Mr.
Denton, bui in the ronrte of bh trument
ustalnioi that ivdicy. abstained from any
eucli illmione lo the I'ast, Mr. Benton
. bad made, end supported his opinion t'p
l broad rtilional gtoundt. h w thtrc
; fore considered little remarkable, that
Mr WcWeft l re ply, should have pnsscd
wver Mr. Benton, by woom ims ptovocaiioti
bad bctn given, and made ifiicct and
personal, at the fame time that it waa a
Vthenteot and ettn elotjoent attack upn
" , Mr.llayne'aaouthern pnncipl,and fpe
ciallf the "disunion" principles, of South
Carolina. Tho attack occasioned great
' efciiemertUparikularly a coming from
Mr Webster, whose polittcsl coolnesa
and sagacity are proverbial, and who it
, considered to be the chief of the epposi-
- Toi parly - In " the ScrrSte'JlniODff the
Vmrhtrn"arrtr Western memHtrs to hoh
- Ilouset the ftentation-produet-d was o
rTeaf, that on the neii day, when Mr.
Iirte wn expected to reply there was
1 erarcely a quorum left in the House of
esentativei to keep up the ,pi)Cir. under the cloak of pat. lotum, he h.s not j w ztan.-The Direclori of thi In
of KTrlSrw in conformity with the provis-
of the Senate, were crowded with a m,iion and aRRrandizement j -nn o( ,he Act of ,bc ite union of our
rtomeroui arid fashionable aodience, to
liaten to the expected retort. So Rteat
- ev the Interest which was felt through
T"' tut the cltyV that durini the whole ; do
- :.bflttj)eiwcejjhe .dijinj;ujhed .men,
there sra? a mwh- btliamwnstfot
' .... .. . t
!. ;'. , be juty and fashion collected in the Stnatc
rnrrChaatbctibao rever: ftmerober to bare
tin ladreSrW 1th tint Spif-
ii of conenest-w hkb belon? 4-therOr
. arT3 took possession of every convenient
apot, except the Clerk'i desks, and the
. cJiak.cf iha )e-rfesiderttrl"CJ Dot
pretend "tojfive yoa a ayncsTrtKe'"rJe
-bate r-y-'wtiTeeinuenr-oi' fnoM-ofthe
;7 yrppment in the public j sptraof thiacity
"But ioo feport can possibly gtve yoa an
Idea of the deep Interest of the scene,
' and the peculiar manner of the two elo
quent and eminent men who were con
tending for the raaitery. There wa$
" "much of personality, which it is imposible
to transmit to paper, or even to arrest up
. on tbe memory, a great deal of the dumb
fhow of eloquence, tbe expression of the
- eye, and the significant gesture, which,
"to be appreciated in their proper force,
must be seen.' Mr. Websier replied to
-Tlr, - IlayncV second speech in an argtt
" rnent whrcITdccupled Two dVy s Iii the de
. lit ery I mean Iwo Congressional days,
which consists of about three hours each
to which Mr. Hayne rejoined in anoth
er argament in support ol his own const i
' tmional doctrine and the debate was clos
.'ed between them by Mr. Webster in a
hi ief speech of about half an ttour, on
Wednesday last. The Opinion as to the
much divided as arc the ctrlies; whose
""fferentkrwr of the ttrrtrtlijit lire
j' ' teen severally maintained, and by worthy
.. cnampiona. - a ne opno&iuon party gen-
eraily contend that Mr. Webster over
y threw nir. liaynej while on tne other
' band the result Is triumphantly bailed by
K.rZ. the friends of the Admtnistratmrr as ade
1 4 t i ttrt and complete ictory ove the Ya
tero Giant. They say that the Southern
. . vaav -' .
thoe two words nttv character lttthe e ml
; s passion, a correct and powerlul reasoner,
v with a most vivid imagiaatio'n, which is
''lifider the guidance of severe atudy and
cf rtvt tastcrgraceful in ' person, action,
' ' tni mhft most musical , toicen. Mr.
Webster, on the other band, is a lawyer
--Tfcnitra gmrlawyer, :pnewho.:ha.t:iax..hii:
' immediate command all the logic, and all
the wariness 'of a cool and practised de-
. bater, or extensive reading ' and tiiuch
Icarniri gi of pet f e tt telt possession and it-
t i ways master of thf aubject, or et least of
' JS' 'ti raJ5cn' own' .'side of the
Welter, end nuy seqlre that hirdihnf
tf,1f I mJrwMettiie-fiTmifrbfft-wM
WhICH I ncCCSIiry lur pn n- "Smr-
, j" . ' "L-.",i"..,.,r!.(. .T.iVi.'.'.iT... ia- iftin u tnn.
I do not however think that Mr. liiyn
ccHfildrly overthrew Mr. WeOterj yet
I am decidedly of opinion that ?lt. eo wit w r en ititd tome rr oi m
verdld not nterthrow Mr. Iliyne. He RoternmenL luthe tine couu'y olCa
mtilned the conilituiionil tlewi which I j trru mere will honly tw in oiera'ioti
firmly believe to b .corred and which j engirwi or .-ncninery .t id.fT rent
are confeiicd to be correct by mny who cc on r ;n.ie (imi. O i'i 'iel
deny the fmth CaroSiin applieation of iton'i,) a-. U rl started, nd twui tii
them end he luitained them with e pow.j oto i tonit rci poorer thin'irot in
er of elofuence ed e farce of argument j the coun'y, tt jncfitU': d, it it .id, ItJ
which to me are perfectly conclutive. l-dw't jrr -lay, win h wouW Do annually
cmnot admit the joiticeof Mr Webtcr,i! 39 000dwn. or fcJ5,IOO, takio thi.a
reply, yet I can admire the force and in j the t4t ol an evimte fir the county,
genuity .with which he tiffed them, ind . the amotmt proiiuct'd br uiactiine rj , (to
the powerful appeal with which he ei-U,, nothing of whit u found by hand,)
forced ihem, uKn tho Senate a l the i would be flSMOoOO anninllf, to which
country. He utinci M tci'atioH J tven'y hou .d 't il.f m.y be added for
ell4 teut he ha f-mnd a' iouth-in ii.tl ! hit i found by lunJ ; tm m if icrve to
who rertainly tret bevoiid htm in all the
CXternl requiteiof an orstcr,and whoie
liitellctiuul powers aro of an order lo
nuke him in every .ene a lormidatle ri
val iu the pu'Jic ca'iTia'ion.
Pulivar Hi-rent account from Co
lombi, indicat" the intention of P. divar
to aim a.jCVoTPi The gotcrnm m.of
Venetucli have. ied a declaration, pro-
cljunii'n it eration irom the Eovr,rn
inent of HoutJ, its disavowal of tne au
thoritv rf nlrar,nd until a Conventtor.
ahall be iotallcd, placing the admirmtn
lion of affairs under the care of fen. I'att.
Time wilf soon show, whether I'ojiv.ir
is the disinte rested Patriot, he has wished,
heretofore, to teem lo be ; or whether,
Extract of a Utter from Curaroa, dated
; Jan 1830.
The Governmenta of Venezuela, Gu
ay ama and Cumina, have declared against
Monarchr. and ordered 5000 men under
fO'ewewfl Manno mrrh egasnst Bciifar?
I " . l LJ
consequently a great deal of bloodshed is
.'. be e pectc d. ; ; :77Z"-
John llnndnifih. on"th floor cf the Sen-
ate, twoof 4hree years aa,0v ventured
ivar. What waa prophecy then, is fact
now. Bolivar a schemes begy to be aean
Itiro and in tbe estimation of a large
porirorTHbrt neTbe"r'ar part : "of manlilnrj
XKij are "nlii1ortiiiJ'4wIg6in
pie are -too apt -to award the meed of
praise before; ir ir-rhje Ut - no "man!
name bereauer be inscribed . with our
Washington, until, like him, he shall
have consummated his fame; first, by
wisely and temperately using power, and
secondly .and chiefly, by resigning that
power when it becomes no longer neces
sary to exercise it. Fhenix Gas.
A slip from the AVw Orleant Bee, dated
eventnjj of Jan 15th, contains the follow
i . r .
uig uuaci oi iciicryiiieu , 'i
Cirvif Mexico. Dec. IS.
resident Guerrero left the city to-day.
to march against the army of reserve
which has pronounced itself, in Jalapa, in
favor of a central gfrnment. bocar.e
gra will act as president during his ah
sence. The American Minister,- Mr.
Poinsett, begged an audience in order
to leave the republic. The corhisario
crre is now ai i ucoio uo ios -.rgeies.
Tht Indian, The U. Si Telegriph
publishes letter from Trajrie du Chien,
of I5lh January la.!, Which lays i There
is Ihtle doubt that there will be a general
and sanguinary war among tbe Indians,
in the spring. ;' The outrages of the San
tee and Fox'et, can be. endured no Ion
ger. . Within a abort time, they have cut
&ito?tTrf!imf Meinrfofin'onee,' at
themputh of the VVutomin riter -Villed
a Winnebago womaft and bOJ, of the IamLJ.tiifliiwKw4.wmh ari
j is... -yj. Y-1 ...... " ' , - ' .
ly oi veKanrce, ana a oioajx-canec uixon.
raneen;rM for a general and simultarie
- uiiiuv ,.
ous a;iacK on.ine r oxes. a ne lonebs
goes, and prbbably the Munocmoneea will
job them. - ' : . '
1 . i , - '; .
o , ' v- v ". , "T y
Jrrival cf Mr. 'cte.-4We Jeart
with pleasure,-that the lion.' JoKt R.
Poixsett, late Jljnister Plenipotentiary
of the United States to Mexico, arrived at
New Orleans on the 2d inst. Mr. Poin
sett, wtli J. Mason, jr. Secretary of Lega
tbnrrifed atbe Bi1U6 ort tbe 1st lost.
in the United States ( ship Falmouth, Cora
modore Elliott, from Tampico. ' '
proroi Mm rould h.e -mmm un.n.mny
licrun anif K" "
ti.lercd, well ai the quant ly oi a;olJ
proluced, Irtere certainly cio ue no nouoi
,mc xinit id t tne tx't r, ot the 1
! oprration. M.. Hen-1, n e(-ri.nced
I mlnst of Mtt kieiibutir, ! am iniorined,
. x'.end hit cvirnaic f r nex' year, to one
j initlmn dollr. in the ft .
j- The inconveniT)-c i f rinspi-iin pol-l
j l0 mint at I il -i--ttti w coiui Icra
,c, ,n juendtc1 t vm k. 1'hete
j Krcai difTerprn e in 'lie frnen'i of old
! froin.difTcrem mine. beside which it in
j (!iffiry to uj d linst f M)d, in mixine
jt w"i;h haer nirtals and mherwisi If
j poternmcni wi.uid only ibhth an
4UVer'a ofTi c, aud receive gold, giving
! certificates as i done a' thr mint in Phil
Jti,.pjia. it would Lc of very loosiderable
(ieneral AssembU', have diicontinued
! their Brant, n Uank at Fvetteville, and an
I Dointed Edward I.. IVmslvvi, Esquire,
their Airent for i, using us concerns. e
r- ,-. Itf :
learn tbjt tbe Cranch of iht United Statea
ff'ahk-af that place wilt give every facility
to the State Dank inindt-rg up its bust
riess. i arid tbaLthe notes id the dUconiia-
ued firancb.willbe received by ihaii'arjk.
iaimy - miih it owo
also reduced 'he number of Directors, atf
their several Branches to aeVrrj, agreeably
to t he di rect ions of said, act
We deem it proper also to inform our
readers; lharUiC Uanl s" 6f lh c "clt y" 'doTnot
now receive in payment. either the .notes
of the Sou'ta- Carolina ? 'Virginia Banks.
On the aboverthe Fayettcvillc Obser
ver remarks : ' There has seldom been
a more general and unequivocal expres
sion of indignation in any community,
than has been elicited here by tne man
nerin which tbe Parent Board at Raleigh
has thought proper to rarty its objtci in
to effect; but especially by their shame
ful treatment of that old and faithful offi
cer, the lace Cashier ot this Branch, Dun
ten Aef?e Withoot an hour's no rte,
and without a reason, he has been ase
cofld time exposed to the imputations al
ways attending a removal from office.
But not here, where he is knownwhere
he has passed fifty years of a life unsul
lied by the shadow of a suspicion of his
integrity and, where his devotion to the
interests of the Bank, which he has al
Way's indentified with his own. has been
witnessed, can t his mo-tdeer vd
treatment affexj thecN
wholbltte' has' been devoted1 to acquire
and maintain.' Thus much we have felt
if our duty to aay. It is the sentiments.
feebly expressed, of an insulted commu
nity. But it is without any reference to
the gentleman who has been appointed
Agent. As a change has been made, a
gentkman better'calculated for the office,
as well on account of his irreproachable
character', as of bis peculiar :ness lor Us
duties engirt tint hr fnnnrt. l'.nt U ia tU.
. ..... , . . . anu. ijui wtll'. Ul i
an hohorabte m-n and fahhfnl r.iT,ra.r. th.i
uaa i cccivou me ineriieu
cjiodaan. pf the p eqpi of ifci towc. "
' tiein. TAcwaa IV. Vfroit of the U.
S Navy, who was tried by a Court Mar
tial on the Coast of Brazil, on charges
preferred against him by. Com. Creigh
ton, in July last, and suspendedhas been
restored to duty ; the proceedings of the
Court Martial in his case, having been
disapproved by the President. . .
A Temperance Society in Hartford,
Con. has upwards of a thousand mem
bers, - .
U' e ?lJ hJ(J enlrruiued th.t cVp
denly rruitted thitcap
kXtjrKirjar.,,Tt waT fUBioureJ'fhif
he was aootit to negotiate a loan lor kus
sia, and this report had created a fresh
hii.it amonp aneenlator 1.
The Aujsburgh nazet,le aAnooncesi
as intelligence from Odessa, (if the loth
Dec. that (he pretend which llelil Pachi.
the I urklin Amoassador, was cnargeu rOjiro-n Meiaipri lie n opo,
deliver to tlie Emperor of Huia ere tru- Pomd.ster. former Uiv. ol thai ua'.e; w
ly uV'gniGcenr. Theyre said to consist J Adawa i PoiMlrxt.-! i.
of .cvcral doecn of ahawl worth 30,000; 1
paper tubles each, besides diamonu, ' V,M'"J ra'uf fifm tbegni
pearls, sabres, and otliee costly arms. , erfrd H'H.cuioe, that the htJM of Mr.
The total value is computed at aeven . Tbomtyin, of that uxtirtj', m burnt
milli.'ns of piper rulcs. tugtit of the V6tli Xov.p and Mrs. TJjump,;.
At Geneva on the nip;lt nf the C4'n D an.l twoof hrrcliil Irtn, perialicd it tlielw
. . l .i .... r.1,7.. ir. o' imi . .
...Si a a a.Ta) . m
ceniocr, inc incrrnnuicrr irn , v nu-
helo tcro; and a' Cltimnnt Hrrraudoii
the 23th the row aj 18 inches !ee;.
The Titf quso i'v nf no tio! bai'
fallen in i'jnn necessarily rcinJeredthe
arrival of journals and corniporidence
verr irrcg.I r.
On the C rh Decern! er, a vcss.l of the
royai .v ii sar 0 trom l oviion wnn ai
vim of .'OOOcOi '. l:,t Greece. On thr !
nrece-llng day a vc.iel sailed with U 000
shirt for the Green.
The vife of a labourer at Haarlem. , in
Holland, was delivered on the 27th Dc-
tmber, of a living male child with three.)
SOUTH CAOI.IN v.cnMXnrr;CE. t
Thr Columbia 't'rfrrrrie enntaim the Sipo?ht
mentt of the South Carolina1 Metbodiat Confc
encc; Irom hic i, wc make the following se
llartwell pain, Preaiding Elder.
Deep Rier John M. Kelly.
Montgomery Angus MThon, James Fich
Yadkin Wm. Martin.
Ilocky Kiver W'ni. T. Smith.
Siigar Creek Absalom ttrovn."
Lineoln-Jacob Hill, Saniuei. Boiematl.
iiuih eri oi k nne I h
Morgiitn rhoma C
C Smith, A. M'Corkedi'l.
P :4. . .-..-..1.
JiJ.SJiuaKJUu. mb. Miiii ctuaina tuataaic.uauMg
ing were confirmed by the Senate 'oni
Wednesday j !h tiTtr namely f -
Louis McLane, ol Delaware, Minister to : ""lon ,u" renuoui etiort win be mac t
Great Pritainr"T-?v-r- -j aacadJJr. UaBpLUlVbiUiVfh.Hiraia
-.Washingtoo Irvio2t5ecreary of Igar g1 vaW Jtadmikfrae to eea
tkm. - - .QrkaiJaaTib7J(aia.lL
; : Wiliiim Risc of Virginia..Miniateritfe
to France. ; "North Carolina, instead nf die l!ey ofTirjisi
Chs. C. Harper, of Maryland, Secretary and Tennessee, aa provided in Mr. Hempbll
of Legation. bill.) Mr. Cnrasi fron this state, bas oSeredai
William P. Preble, of Maine, Minister amendment, u th effect, if the project w
to tbe Netherlands. , . be aCcon)lUtied, North Carolina mlitlituiJ
Augusiv ot uouiaiana, oec-
retary of Leuation
Cornelius P. Van Ness, of Vermont,
Minister to' Spain
J f! Pi-Wll . rt lTanl,,lr w. "Itrralip. nl I
I ,. ,; un,. I'.ki.irjAmii
L,g..ton to the Itepubhc of Colombls.
Jamea Duncan, ta be receive c. uX Pub
'J lie, Moneys at Washington, Mississippi.
William J.n,lan.nf Phit.inKU.
Jas. Campbell, of New York, to be Dircc -
tors of the Bank of the L'mted Stales.
Grafie Vines. Wc have pleasure in
stati'ig, tiut the Grape Vine Cuttings or
dieted by the direction of our Agricultural ough Recorder has been 'eomplimentdf
Bo rd at their late annual mee.mg, from: wh( 8 TUltNir !-raiscd br Mr.Wav
the Vineyard olDr,..Jfc&M9lfLuLC.ljt - ' .. : 4
Inrribia. in South Carolina. hv hsen ...
ceivedrrSuch as were
to other places than Haleigh, wero so
addressed, , and we trust wili duly reach
tnerr aestinauon. ovicn ot ine Aencu
tural Societies aa gave no special direc
tions, can obtain their portion of the Cut
lings, by applying to the Secretary of the
Board here. liateigh Register.
Fire. On Thursday las, be',.veen 1
and 12 Vcloek in the forenoon, the range
of woodcrr bbildirfs,-'conshtingof Hu
houses, on the south side of Market street
bMrnt to tlt is;rwrxt Pome of.. the.p.rer
prietora in the range lost their whole de
pendence for a hubsience j an J aOlle
occupants suffered some loss during the
cotifosior.. , A contribution was raised en
the groond for the female, sufferers. We
understand that Mr. Langdon, was the
only person, in the range whose houe
was iusured ; and thft n partjralue only.
Wilmington Recorder 17 in ult.
The Mayor of Philadelpia has appoin
ted a '.patrol of So men to guard the
city at night.
VmSyU f tie rjit-iiU U m a id pers!
tt nxl iri-ich oUi riimntion. Tli
merita a liberal patronug and, e lojjt,
te have heretofore .utvd, that Robert ff
Adami ha lean vfrclfd Senalo-Jti Cotirt '
. h i, iuu-c ait trie um$ pantr. ik., . k,i
daugutcrof lM. bhAl, aged about
burned to daiti iiat Jan h-r elorbei Vw
ing caught I'roi tru uIW1 with liaiii.ji.
of ae.ii id -;' a rurr.Uer of clwi
wetc pl ir.g. it u tu a h,r,t iun Jlttef
al' w.il ante al a aXi- u. iaeta
- -"ircn, ioet
cie d"c 'r,''l;e in gwrdin- a-urut tit,
, currence otsuch afactivc tccWema.
Mia Fanny IVryhi (us prc based thifi
tv suves at NewO leansi and s,lui
;i,cm frec, end chartered a vessel to tali
'"c o S(. Domingo, for. a betfjemtat,
TaSiai t maalV h. I... 1
""- uUHes inaeBf
king puldic harangues about the country,
and aprrading her infidel creed and &
Sirangr, very Strange There Is soca
an office in the city of New York n Pub
lic Administrator. Mr. Sylvanus Mitlcr,
the' present incQ mbent, i has em'mitied '"tht
mow rare act tfr du.rt it eJ 'pinoSm
"ntCIUon-lo the city au'thoriiy, tomfiaimnf
thbt hia kalat'j is foo laaoe ! Weiia
uajj i.jau .
participate of ita heiienta a other Slates. U
We.ihotikl moch prefer that the General .Cot',
ernment would Jeave interml improveiiteittiia
the ttvertJ tait to the aiore authoriiict,-
I 'iom, wethink, theewMio.iaor.vtocarrf
. nri .
( -; " swivnvi icnurs, t us pi avw
i " has not already been, to taw
buruW " be Southern states, which i
orea aown tneir industry and eaterprise, v '
swa'fowing up the entir? prpfitj of their lab
Tarniflti. The editor cf the Ilillsbo-
, weoaxcTW wrtglTCOTmj
an? measured "twolctt
jtwa and a half inches in circumference
Thf- nrnrtrntinn-rtfh thEdK
tor thinks, ought to operpic as pre;
ventive to emigration - Westward 1
" " Eusslng a Bugg,j Edgeficldi
Jfr, Chaid. &usytoi htemwrrk d td
Mr's. -fitter, widow' of-WmX .
wife r but he certainly has art onpleas&ot.,
name lor -a constant. tonlpalon,Jpall',l
htf if the WWow-broRhwny-y'",-5bt
along" withhe7. Whoever befo
heard of a rqan's 'marrying a Buo ' ; '
would mudi.'retber Je divorced-(ro '
bedstead full of them.
We regret to learn by a private lcerf
says the Savannah Georgian, the decw
of the Hon. 7 W W, Cobb, Judge of
Ockmulgee Circuit, and late Senator from
this State in the Congress of the