,n,J iherifr (et rcporlej a l.lil fixing
(he fe of ,he t,trln of.tht S'tperior and
County Courts and herifT feci J which
reJ IN f"1 timet patted and or
dcreJ to b ptined.
The bid to prevent all persona from
rh!nB reibr ite, the Ue
iA Claret excepted, n aUo readihe
U,ird time, pjwed and ordered to be to
jf0d rts 36, nsys 31.
f:tu. Messrs. Akw, Il4rn, tl.-ealy, Bk.
larJu,lCopr, Crum,i, Oavmpiirt. Pick.
.4Jn. Oiin, Halt, Hawkins, Hill, Hi 11 on. of
Siku H"" J'. Lindsay. M'Dauiel, M'
F,nU M'tarlsnd, Mt'hewa, M-ifti, MVr,
M.M.-lr. Move, viureiii in, lUma.-v, iiil.l,
ef friik'm. wninww saaftirj, "llwl,i
nil. ;f'.iu..Alclcluor, Montgomery, Newland,
Jly, burrari:, asmner, ihwhh. eH-n.
Fndi-y, Pfc. 10.
On motion of Mr. Davenport, the Ju
J.. ur commluee were instructed to in
(1 ji e into the expediency of , amending
iiti lews i 1 f,)rt tclitive to the pun
ishment f les fvr u-inj tiolfr.ee to
wards bin persons, by Increairg the
The hill to rep?l part or the, eeeond
tfciion of an act pcd in (lie year 1309,
rt),p f,8 eo'ltled "n net to revise uic
mili'i ! of the late J and Ihe bill ron
teroing iht Superior end Count jr Cours
of the several counties in this3iaie, Mere
indefinitely postponed- , .
On inoiiii of Mr Martin, the Senate
devoud orne time, in convni"ee of th
Mhole, Mi. IHn'on of Wkt, in the
Chair, to the lonsidera'ion of ihe bill to
establish a Eank ou the fundi of the
'State." """ -- -
fiatH'djt, D-t. tl.
JTr. flintom of Heaufort, from .ho com
mint -on .lutcnad itvrovttnKiiU. . Jo
e 1 ". 1. : 1 1 '. .. 1.:.:. ; ..... . . .
vmrwi h mouff ntt n-Jnn-ji ; wucn
ere jrffTf-ttf mJ Or4MU 4ailc
fbe order of the dy for Mondjjr oex'..
On motion of Mr. Suetdftb commit
fre ol Finoci were lottructed to exjtn
Ine, leitle dju the ccouot ol
AV;um linbaidt. I'u;lic Treuref, from
the ..ommencemcm of the fiscal year to
the eipt. Uon r.f thp term for which he
n elected ; and to deliver oer lo Uoot.
H. Huitoo. ine Treasurer elect, o koon
at he ihail hve ier the ond and
taken the oitht prescribed, all the booka,
paper, &c. belonsing to the Treaaurjp of
Mr. Sneed alio pieiented a resolution,
. ..djreclinEthe committee of Finance to
dditionl checka on the disbursements
of the public jnoniea; which, on motion
of Mr. JIartih," waVtmendeti bf -totft-5n)
the committee further to Inquire into
the axpedienCf of diminishing ihe penal
ty of the b ond which shall hereafter be
"wqntrtd taoo fclwJ. Jjr..lhc. .Pubc Trea
surer ; sad the resolution was adopted. "
s.iautaibn Und, lo run out aod distinct
)y nuik ititir corners aod lines.
The lljUie of Commons having la
form, d the coatc of their concurrence
in tne several amendments made to the
encrossed bilf lo extend Ihe provisions ol
an icioassediu J822, nrjotinj time to
pei fect titles lo Laud in thii State, the bill
ua ordered lo be enrolled.
fliilt firetfUd, Bj Mr. Didson, a bill
to vest the right of electing clerks of (be
Superior and County Courts in the "free
wuite men entitled 10 vote for umm'Jtra
of the Houi of Co. ti moot ; by Mi.
l'erkins, a bill to Test the tight of elect
ing consublu in the county of Cujdcti,
In the tree wnite men thereof; which
were read the first time, passed, and ihe
fbrmer ordered to be printed.
"""" Mr. Oainn presented the fodowiog e
solution which was read and adopted :
. Whereas the legislature in the year" 18J9,
piuted a Uw authonamg the com-n'uionera, to
lurrey and ae!l the Cherokee lanJa; and tbey
?fjithgtith.MDi will rtnpnafi ml set
apart 400 acres of said band for a town site and
Be it therefart rftatveit. That there be a ee
fect comiiiUeo appointed, tonsisting of five
members, to inquire into propriety and ex
pediency of the Siato relievinr the citizens of
MacOn" COtWtjrof rheivy taij by -reUnquiaUir:
her, right unto then" of that part of tne' 4nW
"Sires of land tlwt reatautunsold and reierved
by the commissioner in the year lSi.3, for the
uj of the publh buWini, a id that tiiey re
port by .bill or otherwise. ..'''" ' ' -:
On motion of Mr. MTarland the com-
rorttee on Education were instructed to
ioquire into tbe present situation of tbe
Literary Fund as to ibe amount of stid
fund, bow invested, aod. the time of io
vestment i the amount ol cast) ou band,
- aod as to-lhe propriety of loaning oy
Bart of said futul to tbeTmteesirjf the
niversjtyi also at to tbepRtT-l
-1 . " : . ' -. i-
i ppropriauog io eaia vina nuy wiotn wr
" luods of ;beSute wMcftLrtrf 2tto aet
part, for any epecified object iu order
peedily to carry into effect tbe laudable
purpose for which it was intended. V
Mr. Montgomery, from the committee
apjelaud pxapjne tntoyap A report tho
VViM Mfnr, Browcr, Caldwell of Iredell)
On mtnion of Mr-M arlauJ the torn - f . he rn0fT,trT,td he CommiaaineT of- K 3-jt trntetK-to i.tquwa into - tU..xtKu.Mcya4
Tniuee on tfce Judtctjry : were ioatructed ctrrjorr, -rw a!l have the erMt-i tmnagemciM pi"g a law ducting" the TreMUiiLlbs
f) annul terpreen"t hT7S-xtf Itrtt 44f the-Srwneca qC tUw4ZaUeJtvaad:iucJt cam., .5'.J ." a my-tM:Tttwtuy.mU
Hate, so as -trtompef-aU peraons who tun n-hnnaas may be eaubhV.ffdi 1 thn 'hat may now cTn 1,7a , mce70r.tr"may--bir
v' . -.. r . ..i;.,,,. nf ..i-imi'icm , is ir.i.r.Wu 111 lutiire oaid ill: ailJ. futocr to iinl'iiro into
have held or do V" rmM T.Z
r' jnts of Una totnts state, luiowa as i .i.- ih.tth. rnnt, wilt fmi-iit:i Haw ttnnine into the ifcamasuoiWofeuuDex.
b the several Punks of this State, II 10,
ua M Iftlft.miif eerrnl rfiwpf. ..."twuteai
cofTvpn.if 'J bf soffrf tlhi'titt from the
nij Hiiiks furitUning the informition
required which wero IjIJ upon (he taole
nl ordered to be printil.
On motion uf Mr, MirtnttHo Srn,e
eni Into cooiTtittee f th wl.ole, Mr.
Ili''nn of Wdke, in Ihe Cimir, on h
bill 'neMsbth'i a Hank on the funds ol
the St te ; and after aims tina spent
therein, the cmmi(e roe, reported
progress and oH'inrd leasa in lt again.
IhlU Pmyitrd, Hf !r. M'Ksy, bill
10 ufuliU-ibc.cifr,ul'hni i this State,
after Itie time therein mentioned, of lank
notes under five dollars Usqed by the
affect suit brought befre lh- repeal (
which were severally red the first time
Tundey, Dee. 14.
Mr. Mesres, from tne commune on
the Judicial y to , whom were' referred
'.he resolutions instrurUnf; them to in
quire what amendmeti's are nccett iry to
the exivin law as lo the priority nl
entries of vacant labds, b.c. Ihe expciiii n
cy of compelling persons owning lre
grants of jnd,anon as speculation land,
to survey tiid mark the same; the rspe
diercr of 'equirin;;bv hw) i u ors 10
tve security f.r their fdi nrui 4dmtnis!ra
ti n, and the cipci'iency rf .mtnilm the
law relative to lave oT-ilng sioleiue to
white pers-n(, made unfivorahlr ripirii
thereon, and asked lo he ditctiaiged Iro'ii
the further ronti lera'ion of ibe scver'
subjects. Concurred in.
HOUSE OK COMMONS.
Mr. Alejindf-r. from the J 1 ticiary commit.
te,; t-who tHesihjfets area r(ertt,
nthcrie Jir -cr 1 a oiil to anend and t xp'ain
ljc Vtec iu 1 of n act, pi-d in 17et'i, pre
aci"ifMi"tLoi"3j oQl ittliT,; d.iwer i and k bill'
to irnend an act, ()m-il m 1 822, emitted an
act lor the rrlief of deb org f ir debts which may
be contract) d aOcr ihe firt day of May neit 1"
which acre read tin; rVt lime and pasted.
M-. Henry, lf.cn the comwiuee 011 Internal
Imnr-ivementa, reported a bill to authoriie the
rorntriicti'in of a rail road from the town of
P)tttevile to the river at Cmpbcllon, ou' of
the fund of IB- S a'et which was r.-kd the firit
time an l paed, a.il (lie report and bill wrre
irdred to he printed a'td mide the ocd-r of
(be day for Saturday next.
The eiirro,ail h,!l n an'Sorle and direct'
ncn.o .no mrw ,re -I)poin,Pd to inquire into -be esped.en
to be h.l.lcn in -he ..-vera! , rv ,lf rl(ic, ,nmc. ruU:i l0 reprc- the
ted, w.a rad the fimt tune ,;raer.ee of mnlic.he by pe.aona wi,o are u.i.
the Soprerne Court
placet therein direc
Tltwidiu, Die 9ih.
vsimiti(Mi -D.lifr sTvTrBrtlrexmnTihteen' -"d- bkiaiict:.,-..z
the Judiciary were iiwrncted m i.nqjiic into!
the rznedieucv of altrrini.' or ameiiduor the. taw 1
v-nt a fiture abuse of the tatie.
- I be follewinif resolution. orTrrd by Mr. Pear.l
aon, wa rad and adopted ; ' 1
kriotvd. That the committee on the L'ni-1
encv of establwlnne; a Board ol Com'nia3u.npri.
Comra si'iners all the fund of the U,.n. .tvi
which, togitber with the Literary Fund, shall
co :ri'u'e a general fund for educatio it our of
winch the University and auch othr schoula a
mav b: hereafter eatoblhhed by tqe Slate, are
to be a'ipported
Mr. Polk, in nurfjsnee of notice heretofore
given, tnovod a reconsideration of the resolution
adopted on Ilia motion, authoriaiiig a select
coui-nittee to orocure anl nubliih the dci
ments relating to the original Declaration of
I'vdependrnce by 4be free man ol tbia SiaU.
'J'be resolution u accordingly reconsidered,
and nn motion of Mr. Poik. ike whole of it w as
stricken out except the word " revived," and
the folloi:iK substituted by way of amendment
Itint a aelect committee be appointed, whoae
duty it iball be 10 examine, collect and arrange
in proper order such parts of the Journals of
tbe Provincial Assembly ol iwortn Carolina
relate to the Declaration of American lndepen
dwnce. Alto such documents ss relate to the
Declaration of Independence made by the pa
trioticmen of Meckleuburg, in I7yj and alaoJ
T.meTsffreT"aI"TilalB to the aame "
adopted by tne freemen or cumweruina eoutrtyf
pr jviwit to the. ih or July, 1778 j and that the
ceiiflkittee iJii lftpe fl.u eofleeJ'lind:
arranged in the hand of ffie3ver;i0r7'Wttose
duty it sliall b to cause the same to be paohsh.
tion t and to be distributed as follows t . Twenty
copiettotbe Library of the State, ten. copies
to each of the uoraneS ol tne vniveriiy, ten
eopiej to the Library of the .Congress of 1be
United States, anq one copy to escn oi me exe
cutives of the e -vera! States ofihe Uon.
-The Speaker ppwwid Msara, .$.Qlk, Bkagg,
R. Alexander, Henry wnd U'Neill to campaae
, afr.-.W. J. Alexander, from the committee on
I the Judiciary, reported the bill to amend an act
of 1R23, to provuw t tr adiyuion ol negrues auU
utne?, chattel property held in cumnjJi, wi'h
sundry amendmenttt which were concurred in,
and tbe bill w read tb? third time, parsed and
ordered to be engrossed. - ; ; 'H :h
The jtesolrttSoft, authorising ..the PtiMte Treau
rer to receive, in paynrent ot bond for the pur
chase of Cherokee lanjh, tbe oots of any of the
chartered 6anks of Souh Ctrolina and Georgia,
which may be solvent at tbe time thev are, of
fered, was aien up, and after undergoing sev.
eralamendments, prpposed by MessrsWycbe;
atflBeoryjread and adopted, and ordered to
The Speaker appointed On tbeeommittee to
whom vrss referred the consideration to Mr,
titenn a resolutions relative to the sale ot foe
Chetok'-e land and tbe establishment of a mint
in this State Messrs. Glenn, Bryan, Earnhardt,
rieainj aod fcandy,
Mr. f inl-nan presented" to the llonse f..J.
M"'tnf communication from his Excel'ency
f-irumi Orrirt, )
r lk0tt4.lU Ctnfrat.lutmitg . Car.
Una. ' ' .
OrvHtucv, Ora'eful l ever? e snrttaion
of puhie favour, an l fully i.-ntib! of the honor
don ms by the lfialaiure of rey native btate,
U elevating me to its Leg'olaiive Chair, 1 shall
be wanting in reapeet to myself, and more par-icuta-l
for you, were I to retire from lh Uu
bernatiirisl Chair without returning you my
thanks for the honor received at ymr lunda.
With every aentimcnt of g'ati'ude for paat f.
vourt, circumitancrt,' neverthelea. bvyoml my
emtu-iMtt. and not ef a public character, Induce
m , rcij',c ma, ihj ua 11 iuvm4 o
tor the Ut'teraJ Astrmbly a,:i for this ligli
a id rtinuoi'ile office itf unveraor of Ihe State.
I have liie h'mur to br, reiitTemeni ni JalTff.
a riVMrnttJ-'V ni r"t ftvMt tifi HHr,"Nwi
naiiy, Ikt, 10.
Tlie resolution rela'ive to tlu ooeniny; of
lloaioke ilet, wai taken up, and, on motion of
Tr. fJ'Bnen, areemlei; ao at to read ai fullows,
and adopted, 119 U V.
'.Vhereas by toe Constitution of the United
4'atrs.tha tuhjecttof urn nrce and of national
d.-fenc" are eommilted 10 lh reu'ation of the
General J jery.nenl 1 aivl whereas, in th
opinion ot thia ticncrml Astembly, it it impor
ait to the commerc of the country a-id to the
national d f nc, , that the old Koan ika Iqlet,
reeeiit'y n led Up, ah ml J be reopened by the
arm Wliie U.neral Uverninnt.
t'hrtf- rtfhmd, l"hat our Senators and
It prctentativet In Conifrtaii b- rqieatcd to
nan their beat en lcvjr. td luflue'i Ihe Gen
eral tioyrrnment t udenake the reopening of
the communicaiioo or near Na't ll-ad, b.
tween the A!bemarU Soji.d at4 the Atlantic
Satwlti, Pet. II.
Mr. Crandy introduced Ihe following resolu
tion, whieh u read and adapted t
Wbrreaa the law rrlative to co-iStablcS bat
been difTertn ly contlrurd by thuao "earned 1n
the law, and maniftti iujjtice hai been done
by taking 40 cents from every person named in
each 1 1'.cutioni
r Hertford, That the tommitf tm tb JoaCet.
ryarenerevy.in.rue.r ,0 e.am.n. ,ne raws ning of the States of .be Union.
U,n iu- fojaubUaiXata-iaJai.aa .Jclaiauiiii ' ... " .
the f.'. 1 they are fntitl. d to for each esecotionTII (teJICTtiry-irrtticb i tanrirrwy-.
hen there .are more than one peraoii named in
I lie warrant, ao aa to give'aTea'a'lve construc
tion j and that they report by bill or-Mh-rwiae.
.VanJny, Ikt 13.
Mr. W. J. Al.xander, from theaamr commit,
tea, to whom wai referred the rea ilniion in
MrocliilK them to. Inqiiire into tbr eipediency
of amending and espial i g the law i.i reatiml
tocnnttablei' feca, rrpoi'. I hat the law filing
:he fret of conoiablc i t'lfil.-ienlly ei"ti -it, and
requires no a.ncndiaent in !io moleeontempla.
ted, S'id pracd 10 be diacharjrid from 'lie lur
lherconidera:i m ol the anlijccl Concurred in.
0;i rnnion of Mr W Iim lei, a aelect commit.
q.iAifi.d i'h; following jtentietM-n compoae
the canmrtre: leart, WliU). I'lrtii nek,
.'11 . u v, iiuiu iie vi'i.i '.niv ' i wiiwia. mm
l-i. IT. t ..- :i vi. u . j. Z.
t wrtrt itinury ameiKiineittai winch tf it concur.)
red in. and the bill aa amended, was oruend to
be pilutcLand made the' order of the tlay for
On uiJii.iu jf Mr. Webb,"
Ktuivfi, t aat t.ie cotnmiree on nuance oe
gold and silver coinage to supply the place of
tiied'j bills now so rapidly retiring from tircu
lation, with lesve to report by bill or otherwise
rtAT jrsTiTia ai4T rrnLVJl.
DECEMBER 28,.; 1 830.
To CoiBEsrott oxtti. SeVeraJ Commanic
tioni from Lincolnton, and a Citiien of Stokes,
hsve been received. The pre of matter is so
irreat, that their publication is necetsarily de-
tiRl-titt lomc fmoro'na'f'"''"-'' '
' . '
A continuation of thoremack of tbe Editors,
BJiornhe PresiuVnt'e Meeaaga. r;-il
The president has returned tbt two bills
sion of Congress for,, fuller iniga'tion. , He
gives bis views at some length Wpon the power
of the jgeneral government to . interfere witb
queitions of internal improvement, and disclo
ses, in the progress of hia remarks, a most impor-
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tant fact connected with the Louisville and
Portfand tanal, one if tbe l wo" lilis mentioned
at refurned.;,yThe otbes bit! for the. erection of
light bouses. &c.' containing an appropriation
for a survey of the bed of the" Hver, looking to
its improvement, was designed to remove ob
structions which tbe cutting of a canal was in
tended to avoid, v.Wben this is generally known
can any d'uintereatefl and candid person, censure
tbe President for not giving his countenance
and support to so profligate a waste of the pub-
lie funds which ought to be reierved for wiser
or more legitimate piifpost f Tbe knowledge
of this fact mutt scatter all censure sibicb might
otherwise attach to tSe .President for WdcTenH
tion and final rejection of these two bills." Tbe
President ia averse to a commingling of our
Federal concerns with those or the States or
prjvste btliy'iusls, and we thick for very jo.
and rfglit retton loo, lederal pt Miwplrt !.ae'.
we think been vastly nrgf.-tieJ and aometiitifs
entirely tuerlmled In this tg?rrte lo be
da!il)l'in,f in Bute and private affair. Such a
course is calculated lo loae the rtteem ef the
peop!e fi'rthe federative fyaterrt which never,
d-s'gncl any such inltrfansnce. We would
call the pirtieular a'tenthe of or rgiJers to
that p-wtionof the Megt srlilch It partly In-
tended to throw sons light upon the motives
which moved liin to rtjtct Ihe Maytville roa l
bill, and gives Lis views uenrrally of that part
of the eona ltution lo which the aubject of that
bill referre.l. Tbe views of the President upon
the right claimed by Ihe general government
irrtrbersl mi enlightened ml Jtrdy fneU
of maiiliqrsa, openneva and independence which
dinwaatii. lUiLadtv MtfJtM. m
think who koovi enyjbing pf the history of mir
Natioml lejfit'ation, that the expenditures for
in'ernal improvements have been oncqnal ami
ditpropurtioned among, the several states, end
be recommend Ibis subject, in Ihe snort im
preiaive manner, to the attentive consideration
of Congrrsa, Tbt partial ami unequal distribu
tion of the public fumfo for the purposes of in
terns I improvement has b'en long a subject of
bitter complaint by the Southern States, Out
no remoiiMrauco Kerned strong enough to a I.
lay the rapacity v( their neighbois who bad
once tated of the delicious morw-l of govern,
menial sid : No ! not Ihe ghovt of the murdered
conatitutipn roiiM f-iglit them frtitn a participa.
tion in unlaw ful plunder!
The President hat again directed Ihe tten
tion of Congee ta lo tbe proposed plan of making
a distribution if the public funds, remaining in
the Trtaaury rr the exunguialiment of tbe
public debt, among 'i reveral states according
to their reprewnta'ijn, to be by them applied
to sucb objects as in t!uir wia lorn- they .may
select. He teems lo urge i's conaiderati
n no-ongrcw a lay wad tavtUfc pcafC, JS ft
thiny, leaving it to a-iaer and more eiperienced
heads to &e fcroiineT' If la TaWldtnfcnjrt'fjf
Jectiont, but whether it would be more talutary
than to permit it lo remain in tbe Nalioi a'
Trestury s.ibject luthe control of L'ongrtes we
are unable to determine. The prudence of the
adoption of cilTle course my be doubtful.
will patu over that part of the Mewwge for the
present, ai leaat. He prcaes upon tbe two
hnuart of Confrria the importance of exime
change In that part nf (he constitution which
regulates the election of rreaider.t and Vice
Presidi nt, w hich would plsce their importance
more immediately and entirely in the handa of
tbe people, and i'rongly recommends lb? . Ii i.it
of hia eligibility trnone single term of service.
the largest tribes of Indian in the Southern
tl prevuuon made for tbern by a late act of
r . - .
iongret ana ill remove to u.e territory act
aput fur lbem by t ha' act. JThe Indians it ap
manrfestrd flTtfrxr Tm-TrTfngTTam t-ihe ei-
ova to their ruiufseli!tmentlLTbe President I
jnidrrrmg to the nthject of ibe tariff agaia baa
ci'wewu tlarwrwer tw tbegeexraJgovxr'nnent
I d.Mti o.uufactiuejv.lle,U)lnkl jhat jn sur-
renderii.g ibis right to the genertd government
which formerly appertained tolely to tbe atatea
that tbe oibcr wa necessarily surrendered
therewith. Thai the one power of necessity
prows out of the other. To this doctrioe we
cannot give our countenance. For what pur
pose was this powr '"surrendered by the slates
to the general goverameot t Was it not mani
featly and purely for tbe purpose of creating a
revenue in defray the expeosei.ofjbe fwern;
ment t Then as soon as tbe purpose for which
tit right wa, ywldc4ja.met.the power ol 'Jht
general government iaatan end, and they can.
not conitttotionally interfere farther.- Could
the design of protecting domestic manufactures
have been intended to be incident to tbe ribt to
impose impost duties for revenue, two ideas to
foreign tbe one from Ibe other a wide asun.
der as the t poles f ' We all know thai tne
fftp.tk(Jj'iP0ilu. irtipoat duties for the pur-
create aeunkient lund to cetray the expenses
U gnSernment surely t.st yt legitimate
protection. It grows out ol the neceserty ol
tbe case I But one step father. Congress can.
not coosVi'otionally move. We hope tbe South
will be plain in exprewing its tlitapprobation of
thii part of the Prei'utent't Menage. : Not that
we would with that any should w.tiwrswtheir
supportfkom bis adn.iiiiat ration with which, in
part, we. profess oorselyea bigtly pleased, but
witiiaview to contis'ency and as an evidence of
Uieir diainte'retted attachment aad devotion tg
the Constitution, which has ever been nursed by
her with (be ten Jer Care aod deep attachment
of, mother' ,f the helpJetS: babe. Upon
the bank qaeition our limits will cot parmit us
tossy any thing st present. We have only
give.n thia llcssnge a basty perusal, fc have said
but little upon the Various subjects wbicb are
referred to by the PjesidentL z." ,
We- may: when leisure and space permit,
say something more of several constitutional
questions which e have barely glanced at. -
' Tbe lenfrtb of the President's Message ex.
e1iiV oncli vey SnteTewg natter frsm eili
poses of revenue i to raUt up a.prolectwn.ror lUJ..
' , , . , A ". . nd Board artd tnrtrow at a -rrwdfritT-chaTws--
damMumpoufactm Board' can be obtained In private f.mil.r. or ' V
(ccJLr:of,legilation L.extenda whfcb Jfeigr,s to puWwIkoileaTalnbfeiice
eofiitast it Vn 'ptrtimlvl r'-r li
we have no roo'it fir (he pror. .;n. f (j, .
gre-S. 1iat b!y m-i. at it w! n ,m ltle
1st M tn lay of th'i m-mth--wa f x and
tjtpointi.il ii ttandi ig com.tii"tfti )t
hat been dtr,e, atyet. VY arr , h
the resohitioiis w'i! h hsve r-n i.,,,j cj
the lion, D.' Karrinr, fro n thi HtUh j,a.
trirt to rep-al Ihe duty no Par l-on.e jm,,, f,,
ginjf, ciKUse wodleM, wool s'id brut ngar
fear, but little will be dore to rid ihs S , 0f
sny of ihe evils b l,ich she n e-p-rd,
Our trf!$Utr4 Tina l xly S twet fn;., Ja
sy.ii'ft.?iLw'!!. f'.r0'!'? ft r''f..,1',',1 ' y it-n -
of January, - 11ie mambare svsm tg bars a re,
pugnsnce lolhe Irsnaactinn of iny bullae
Mr.' IfHl of Wllmingtonmade a faVwrd ni -weak
fueeck against thiir adoption. 0 ie of
ihe Editors of ibis pser happened to be ia
llateigh ami to bear him. Frma Ibe clitiacter1
which wa had bad of Mr, IliU'a Blind we ware -led
,!o expect an ingenious and an Me erth
but we must confess that we were very mu'th CiU
sppninted. took precisely iha tame rounds
that hsve always been assumed by Clay, Wtb.
ster It Cu. and very poorly sustained ilieoi, He
abounded In anathemas sgamat ti e '' r.gMs .
party, and hoped Is auppor the wsknaa i f
bit side by a'anatnf Ihe fears nf his hr ti,
He wss followed by Mr. Sawyer, who made a
very pretty and alto tperch in upp rt of the '
rewilutions, and against. Ihe charges of Mr. Hill
upon Ihe state rights psity. Wsnt of 'Km
compels ut to defer saying any tSink more at .,"
present, epon thia in'rrr s'inj subject. We aid
probably resume it next wetk. - - . -
.Tbe resolutiuils are still btfore the ioure. ' ., ,
Mr. Nhn, hat been elected Treauir fof
theeriaoii g"yeaf,"tn"Vace orMf."BurtDn7tert""r
aigned. Tb: vote ituod lor Mboon, 127, klille ,
flj.-ltra-rit a;-.-"-" ' ' "ia. mit,L:m -. J
The Dai.k bill haa passed lap resdinss, in tbe
senTreTwrcanTJi in Wo Tj?anoTfaTrcnnrbi:irr"'
The Hute of commons tuk rrfuaed to
make an appropriation lor toi.tirucimg a Hall "
Way from Ca.nbtl'on to the tpe Fcaf.
The legislature hat done nothing, ai yet, with the
LWeraiiyT lliemoat feiwib'te piui ilia; ehale'7' "
heard 'A, it for (be State lo take all me fuels' '
belonging to the University anti"io lakc ii tn
tirely unJcr its protection, '. 1
KJ We would re'peetf'ully invite the alien
lion of our resders to an advertisement, m an.
other part of our paper, headed ' Wilkeaboto
From' a long and intimate acquaintance with
MrrttiVtbe principat,we- ear TaftreTctw
mend llaScbiil iTtbaTpuhnrfr 7;, j.t7" f
fine? wenseTli'S goeho7aTpi"tH iifiexcrpr
tionable moral e.'iaraaer, are aura guarniilets
eunirariorTTjf tbtr tieirtnirrf thermmda of bit
pupils. .. Wt hope be nuy receive a supfor4
adequate to his worth. . " , i
1H fJiiZeoyrr ij a n, braorty pWi jPg
lilo, apjtttr 5,
oacoa y a iu. app.e oramiy 40 a j, ror0 55 a
M ' 11 111111 I -
30 a 3'2, sugar 10 a 11, salt Hi a 9'J, wbUaey ,
40 a 45 wheat 80 a CJ. ,
Cumlrn. Ac. 18 0""oo A "a OJ, fl Mir f,H '
50, out of the wagons, a tidui Mill-, g7 f.c,
wheat Jl 1-8, corn 73, oats Si, tall 7i, v'llf. -key30a62J.bacon:12J.
C'ArV.(i. Ihe, 1,i ...:....Cotion 9( 1.11,
flour 5 a 5," iHke 3i a ll.'baca.i 7 a " V
LamS II a I4,beit lindof S'lging II to 2.1, salt ' '
SO a 53, enm i3 a 69, cofF-e 1 1 a r)w....wNort.
Carolina bank bills 1 a 2 p .r ccfi"! di4,oiintr
Cewrgial pcf ient'remium. 'f J.CLi,'J--..
f?n:iEetit 'fiCJonof the Wilkeaboro' Aradfc .
'it' my will commence on.h first Tuca.luy tf "
January 1831, under Hie care of Mr, liichari J?,
Hill, a.g'Uleniaiawho ba beeuaomrtime cn
lu the inttitution, al ho I t uraduata :
of our University. t '';':, , . : .1 ":? .
He hat acquitted bimscif to the satbfar.tiori of j
the trustees, A all concerru-d h the youth tin. V
uer tiia care. : 1 tie Aenrtmy is sitnatel In
. ' annum,'. ; ; v ' . t j .,: . , r. ; gQ ,s
English Orsmmsr and C.corpfiv, 14 f '
lUaJiog. Writing and Ar.thmt.tir,;"- ir
JOUM Pl.MLKlf, pret.nihf ffaW.
; December jj, 1830. . . , 3t5J v-.'-v rj., .
r'... a . . '
rirsio aan aoon-rf f.r REori.ario, .
rjlllK many impositions which arc attempted
JL in relation to Pension end Bounty Land "
Claims, hsve caused the Departme f w,.,
eatabltjh a ri,lation, which 'declares fhat nxf '
attention will, in future, be gtreB to s.ictications
from persons wh act as Agen'S, un!es thev
,i,o irjjurin-m, or trg v.iltch( .
for as respectable persons bv some one wh 3 if
known. . , ' , . .
Notice of this ri-aruUtion ia hrrhf irlvn I
thatt all may be infurm.-d tbere-if, t rn r i-i. tiri i
that publishers of the laa of lit tJnUt't,,Jf...
In the respective Sia.s will i,art tne asne', on
tbe iront puge ft their respective. Htpmav- for
three months. . . , .
By urderof tbe Seeeisei f War. '"" "
i. L. F.DWARDS,
mt68 . t rt LUth renmm OJrt, .
- ; , WILLIAM. f)HDON .
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