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ii ctn e tu bitni from Uwi, which, however w'ue and gootl In thcmaelrea, tuv ibe Kmblanca of inequality, which
reno:iae In tlio heart of ihe cuuen, and which will bo u! with liltla tcmor. Too iJom uf Irgi.lallon is
,.,.y aeen m graii.ng uwi ?n eouicut,
SALlSaUltY, KUWAX COUNTy;N. C.......;MdNUAYrMAtClI 28, 1031 .
I" M M. Afi4.
rwn the Ch'ii'mrt Bsamlvr.
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t seems to us stringe, it eetui a.
$ alt were wrong, in a world where,
death most close-every seeae- of hu
life, where it hath reigned for
as over all generations, where the
very air breathe and the dust we
tfead upon wm once animated life
it teem w us most strange and wrong,
that thja most common, necessary ex.
fedient, and certain of toll events,
ihould bricg such horror and desola
fioo with it $ that it should bring such
tremendous agitation, as if it were
some awful and unprecedented p,he.
eomtnoo that it should be more than
deatha shock, a catastrophe, a coo.
Vulsioo as if nature, instead of hold
log on its steady course, were falling
tnto irretrievable ruioa. -- .
Aod that which is strange, is our
fcH-amreness to Ihis event. CiU sick-
cess, we repeat, call pain an approach
to death. Call the weariness sod fU
lyre of the limbs and sense, call de-rUio-r-iris
taosening of the cords of life, and a
breaking up of its reservoirs and re
sources. So hall they all, one and
Another; g've "way I feel" -w,
ihe thoughtful man ssy I feel the
, jaog of sulenng as it were.pjercing
ad cutting asunder, one by one, the
far nd invisible bonds that hold me
to the tjarth. lice! ihe gushing cur.J
rt of life within me to be wearing
away its own channels, I. feel the
harpness of every keen emotion, and
of every acute and far penetrating
thought, as if it were shortening the
toments of the soul's coooexi m and
conflict with the body." S i it is, and
so it shall be, till at last, the silver
cordis loosened,. aod the g?lden bowl
Is broken, and the pitcher is broken
t the fountain and the wheel is broken
t the cistern, and the dust returns to
the earthaa it was, and the spirit re
euros unto God who gave
No t it is not a strange dispensation.
I fcfcath is the fellow of all earthly j the
friend b'f man aloheZ H is "nof an an
omaly j it is not a monster in the ere
snioa. It is the Uw, And the lot of
tiature. - ' '
Nt 9 thy. etl jrestmg. pTice,
6h!t thou retire alone.
--Thou thH fidows-
Vub ptriixhof the infadt world, with Wngi,
The powerful of the fcirth, ihe w'ue and g wd.
Uir form, and h Mtv teeri of tgr pt,
Alt in one mlgUtv icbul-hre. I he hills,
Sock-fibbed, and ancient S the tun ; the valea
stretching in pensive q lietncm between!
Vhe enerable ood, rivri that move
In majcttf, and complaining brook,
Shat make the meadowi green, and pourttd
Old Ocean't gray and melancholy waate
Are but the 3kmn decoration, all,
Uf the ereat tomb of man.
But of what is it the tomb? Does
the spirit die? Do the blest affecti ins
of the soul ro down into the dark and
row house, and pall, and breathless
darkness,' and funeral train these
I belong iot t ihe-sotf. They-pro
claim only the body's dissolution.
(Fhey but celebrate the vanishing away
itt the shadow of existence. Man
does not diejihough the forms of po
pular speech thus announce his ex:t.
He does not die. We bury not ur
triendj " bur waiy fornr the irehicle-irr
which, for a time, our friend lived.
That cold, impassive clav. is not the
iJbkodyihe-pjtcotihe child, the coma
nia, the cherished being. No, it
not t blessed be God thjt we can
y It i$ not! It Is the material
Vorld only that earth claims. It is
Al dust" only that ' decends to dust."
fhe grave .'let us break its awful
Pell, its dresd dominion It is the
Place where man lays down his weak.
his'iofirmity his diseases and
orrowa, that he may Ttsc up o aesr
ad gUriou s life . It is this 'pace
where nan ceases in all tRiUTis frail
fd decaying ceases to be maaj that
U way be, in glory and LlessedoeSi
W logic of light!
bj, then, jhould w fear death,
and must fear
ry aching head, on the pillow of its re.
paie r Vhy trembltf at this that to
the long aleep of the tomb, the body
shall suffer dise4e oo more, and pain
on more, ana near no more the cries
of.want nor the groans of distress,
and far retired from the turmoil of
''If t,'Lea?e -rtd Mge ahull
pa-islijrmly over it, .and the elemema
sb.4ll beat; andibeatorms.alill.iiglv
unncaru arouna its lowly bed f gay
of evils todir;? Syye chiMrea of
care and toil! say ye afflicted and
tempted ! is it the greatest of evils to
die?. . . .
On ! sio. Come the last hour, in
God's own time ! and; goud life and
a glorious hope shall make it welcome,
Come the hour of release ! and af.
fiiction shall make it welcome. Cyme
the reunion with thj loved and lost
on earth ! and the passionate yearn
iegs of affections, and the strong aspi
ration of faith, ahull bear us to their
blessed Und. Come death to this
body this burdened, tempted, frail,
failing, dying body '.and to the aool,
come freedom, light, and j iy, uncess.
ing ! come the immortal life ! He
that liveth" saith the cnnqiteror over
the Dtfvil4he that liveth aod believ.
eth ia ale shall never die,'
From the Nottingham (Enjr'and) Review.
KLKCTIOX by BALLOT.
01 all questions connected with re
form," nne hive ma'de "so' much pro.
grehS in so short a time 'as .bt IJallot
thu, 4ndtfd, with sciU men appear
the sine gua wm without this, all
other measures ot Keiurm will be faU
bcioas and inoperative,- btt ibis will
seture that freedom of elecuon which
t so desirable-io-aU countries where
there is a shadow of liberty, but more
especially iu a country like England,
where the power of money and influ
ence has so long reigned with unop.
posed sway; the ball t alone can op
pose this power efTetiuaHv, and ren
der elections ia their result what they
oukU to be, the exj.rcanoa of the pea
No persons have done half so much
for the ballot s the Dukeot-iVewcas-Earl
Gcosveuor, and those othe r
Peers, who have served notices to quit
on their tenantry,J"or
at the last election, o yet the -Duke
in his strange attack on Sir T. Den
man, i the lIout,c of Lords oa Friday
night "claTms the UtBcfit of iodepen-
a a -
Idt in rAihament, are some who
not so much be laid to argue
groun, and use inarticulate cries
i who can tion, but have sanctioned and circula. disposed to compel Mr. Vsn Huren "to
ue, as to tedfarand wide, a Report from the how his hand.' Mr. Htjoe, 0f South
ies'agaiost committee on manuf.cturn, tdadica. Carolina, enquire i f titet(3yt wheth-
i pi"TyTcr, member ! the commit
their vote ia the face of day, Jt of attacklog and destroying the tariff the afssionJThe
. -.-.w. ..wub.,, buu auoui as to detail.
wise, to-sayrthejhope norirUvr top Has
man (hi nnr k, k!. ... '. O
-....MMM..bui,.,4.,r,agt.aii J wQatevcr,
tuney were to aay, which
any evidence keen afforded of let that he had dratt t re;
r On ihe cohtrarrr ml-iHft c, l'tnaner, aoou.n mem. .
tour, u tne were to aav. w,K;k !. . 5' -., . h.r.h. t,,i . . ..
... , ,. i wcro wone expressly to aestroy tnel ' ' n'"wita.wnicu
would be the only thing to- the our. del...: r-... L.il .. .k.. i.... had been aubmitied to the toml;..--
Dose, that thev hnn,A nT. . rvT ur. r . , " """
i V ur Vi so qui was introduced by the commit. nu 0:e,, ,or onic m PMsioa
see the day when an Englishman tee on manufacturea-not to repeal or Klhe Senator of New Vork (Mr.DuJ
-u.u uvukwmj uusilDK. and learlea. r.I.. .kv...:r 1 lev. tuhn had rnr tMlnri h-il..
ly vutelor theman pth,schoice,.with- of theprecedioa seasioo reducing the w Himself, and which he wasboutsd.o
out rcgaru to tne dictation of any per. duty o. Salt,, and consequendy to res. PP" were aatisfactory tojim,
inn Minn t-urth . tka I .l.-k I f i I . . . . . .' I j . . . . '
r v ..,.IUNJU U1 me tors that duty to us original amount. t,,nca pfes any opinion on the
pretext would be too jrUnni-tobeaiir. TW.. k:h i k... 7. aubieer. Atkr am nr ih 'k..
cessiul,even in a country . where as nor rmrt,A I li. ,K- .M- and had thereby nreventrd unv rennr
murk I. J--. t... L - . I J -t- ...1,1 . , r
...... ..uWB uy nFurr,sy , fcng. to be taken up at the next session. lr0fn ben8 made. . MV Uodley in ,
a. 11 1, a rnaiter ot lact, notorious when the combination will be fully or. lew words, justified his course, byssy.
and uoctsputed, that a treat maiontv L;,- -.J Ji-,:i:.j . ...t :. in? he did not cnnaiJr ih cmntr.
.. . 1 " . 4 I uivu U MIMWIIHH linr 11,1 - . - -
o, mose wno tow or Members of Par. R0 much for the rcturnio,? sense of wo,d be benefited by the making of 4
Lament in F.ncrlnrl nvn.J ... I .
. fvvi-u v, nuu justice
uuuvt mi, 1 jiincnLc 01. wnai inav , v-.t r - , .... .
either hope to recWe or dread to .7 hf ttm. noter.Umprove
fer. andnroMti.f.'.h..iu.. .u. m . oeen aoanaoneo r It has not.
infamousmanner bv v ,V "B 1? Q . lhe il 00 almost
cordintrtothe dictaie. of ,L, M " 'gwoualy and extravagantly as be.
n.;nj. k... 1 More.
report on the subject, Mr. Hendricks
said h aod -another-member -of - the
oramijitcc were in favor pf internal im.
protrements, and dd not d-)ubt the
power of the general government to
construct them 1 but that he "thought;
when so much business was before the
Sanater-itsttme ousht not to br-occu
pied la the discussion of an abstract
principle-, jur. l oinacxter said tno
report drawn by the Senator from Vir
minds, but like crouchine slaves, it rf 10 Acts passed at
circumstance, in which vote, are com- 'vg. WPr7 "ad. and
moidy given in England, and are men r y' Vd m?nJ ,mProvemcnl
found'who say theyV pe'noT U ZTtl hJA Cumberland ro
see the dV wh,n Englishmen will be P E
afra.d to vote penlyUiatience would it A ?!.. 1 r",,d.CDt h" would.he.had o.daubt..w,tir.!
be fo,.n to hr .K. k... vclu on none tnesc acts. Why heL.i : a .....7.
w6wuua,uuuocarin,ouionecomDOsed j i. . . . . . .. Pie OI tne Unitrd Ktitea anainat iK.
of the very men who aubnrn .uo wt "ow 81 present how many mil. ' tlem: om ftrpoiint nf t.
vo.es. Cour.ee to vote as En.li.h : U0D! BP?roPnfd b7 Ushli crZ"?
. imacn lOr ttlP -Aavllrt ir.fa.rn.l I 1 7T , -v.mji in
wuv,wip w ihsvi as a. a issa in.. i i . s s - a
orovements ' x. pnmaea
men vnteprrthrtommiitdVf those by
whom they are bought or 'driven. ; ii
thenroarage of the slave,: whew he lends
I i a
nis body to the lash. Are there men
who pretend a horror at the prospect
of parting with this, and re civing ia
exchange for the protection of secrecy,
because secrecy would degrade the
it could meet the
Ha, any Evidence been furXhed of S15.1511? lh" the Senator from
rdistTbrtoFeipeTtlhe Con.titS- ZltTf
tation of the report, and that the rea
linn nr th n!kt. nf k t!...
None whatever. On the contrary the ' r.i1,?
majority have committed additional T", k J' V?A prt,"T
vioHtion. of that sacred instrument, ' ? Jdrcf d
and additional invasion, of the sov W'f f 3'' n Bureo. Mr.
r he wkked fear,
P Why dread to lay dewo th: f'il
tn 19 rating place kad th -
r&My of the Swiea Amongst the
most flagrant of these is their refusal
During the last maimer,- when pop- to repeal the 2ith section of the Judic
ular exutemeaf was hieh. every ef. iarv Act.Tv which thev have dftlihfV.'
fort:was usedby thepo elf mfmedhTauprem
vMioti to allay the just Indignation of federal court over the" rts if the
our people, and to prevent them from States, and subjected the States to the
ffjgto- aoy-decistyo. measure.. of dominion of a tribunal created by
Uudley s situation was a very unplea.
sant ne( and it waa: appareaMhat he
so considered it but "Doo-commitutl
was the. order,' r.-.-- r-rrr:
7- -twjrio. nat is more Unpleas."
ant, and what so much dcrdgaie from "
the character of an amiable, beautiful
assured the neonlo tlwt themaelvea TInoii"thla S.iKIi tmi "iSi!JJn(a
Ue tariff would be attacked in detail, vite all, who may not yet have read . 10 pas"V tc
and that much wouUbe dondfor their iv to perusc.tht4Uprt
ciMT-Jommhtee.- - -
dence for himself, and therefore would
allow.it to othcrs.'L. JVbaL nuiftt.biaJ
tenantry think of such a "monstrous as
sertion ! Independence indeed ! yes,
but is it nvt punishable in all those of
his tenantry who asserted it, by eject
ment from their (lwellincs? "lie would
do to others as he wished to be done
untn himself!" What would the Duke
of Newcastle say if, taking him at his
word, the kind's Ministers should give
him notice to q jit all the crown lands
on the ground of his voting' against
. . sat t
ministers? and ret, would this not De
equ.il justice? would this not be treat-
tog htH-fl-ha ttooeaa jQJLrKyrju?ind
what right would such a nobleman
have to complain! The Duke after.
lot, which he said he hoped would be
scouted bv all men. And whyf be.
cause it would take from him the odi
ous powor which he tUims, of doing
. . ... . i ; ...
whit he will with nis own: in oiner
words, it would take from him his
where the popular feelings, ir uncon
trolled by his infljence, would atooce
elect honest and indepegdeot merpg
in a passioo I for a young lady to
relief. They told them that the Pre.
ident had -taken a decided stand, a
internal improvements, and I off?
Can the public debt be soon oaidl vxtcuiing tier comandin pro .
- . -UWM. I
cause her milliner
tor that 4p-dres-did not-
'bey nat. For thi. purposJ no effort ha. ''"f moterarMceiscov.
uld been or will be spsred to create ex. f? WMt '!Jjr.-Hwellrt
represent them in Parliament, and re.
fuse to be any loneer eaddiea wim a-
flV nomihee which the Lord of Clum.
bcrsent amongst them. e cniet
objection to the ballot urged by the
Duke was, that"it would be disgrace
ful to the countryrnow an tioglishmen
fought oponly, spoke openly, and act.
ed openly." The Duke should have
added, and was ruined for so doing.
But as this is an argument used by
some whom we much respect, we will
answer it! vet nut in our own words,
but in much better than any we can
use. from the article . in the Westmin
ster Review, to which we have more
than once directed tBe attention of our
" Asicng the oppooenu of the bal-
thatThatportlonlbflhe tysteiti m
be considered a. abolished. Th
..I J & I . L . -L If I
e I itt i inrm inir inp nnnii r,.r, MfAni.i ih..n si will k. .r.
shortlvbeextincuished.andthataa.ftMn travaoant .lm..i. ,mrtn t.. 01 ucient strength of mind to sup
a it would be, a reduction of the tariff surv pres. hertempeif. Such an one would
to the revenue .tandard would a.. Rut even if the tmhlie d,-ht .hM ever be selectedas the partner of a
aaredlv take nlar. TK. n..,.. k. ...;.,;. ; . f. k hcoslble mao, such culd never kin
them, in short, that thiojs were com. is there any rational orobabilitv thai d,c"altrd miration, true respect, or
. - ' , I m . H 1 '
! ft nit i ai Inum I H r avv suiak a .
right-that the most encouraging the Tariff will then berepealed i We rjVkZV. ZiJ"!
nestations had been given by the think not. Ia that evcut we fear that r " ' f-c hoc
,rityofa returning sense of jus. instead of repealing the present 'tt,ney.0JW"V.?fe ,M. ia--that
a convention, therefTre. tern ff uxa ion, it will be continued ilpWk.,t1.isio.,,g;1n.i
t .- . i r . .line uukiiDicvDi iDme liCtinsnrt Iak .
h. OM....M J J "1 S
woutu oe premature ana aseies man tor tne purpose i dividing
every thing would be done which burl surplus in the treasury amongst the
people wished, provided they were States- tjr,-in other words, that Coo.
moderate and patient, but that they gress will reaort to another dangerous
would JcfeiLthemselves Jy any thing infractioo-of the Constitution for the
like precipitate or intemperate pro. purpose of perpetuating snd augment,
ceedings. Influenced by these prom- iag the injustice aucl. oppression which
isea aod assurances, thousands who lit has already fixed upon the South,
were in favor ol convention, determined What then is our nrosnectr In
...-i. s.fr.tisitfaj: -a . . - I lQril
wait the issue of another .e.sion. tion. What i. our duly f ghaVwe 8?d "f MJ fn? ,OUod e,rry
Convention, therefore, was.defeatedJh-poongaipst hope Of acpt
expecting the fruits of their continued ting or .truggle f Or determine nei-
ne vcrthelcss. all . thia..iuiftht.Jj Jone -
in temperate language, and with such
a diffident bearing as is the true char
acteristic of a delicate female, ; ,Wha
is more admirable than to witness a
young aod beautiful female, timidly -adducing
strenuous argument, io oppo ,
sition to- some positive theory of ihd r
lord, ot the: creatioa ruttd : hiletlie r
good .ease and sound doctrine earn
triumph with ihcmrtosee the "deep
14 a . k - "
head at her own .uccest.
moderation And how ha. that mod. ther to be duped ajraia bv fallacious
eration been re warded? Another es- prediction, and assurances', nor to be q3
sion of Congress has come and gone, longer trampled with impunity by an r 'm;
i k. k. i i.k ...i u:..: ' ' esiaou
and what has been done to rclicrtr the I interested combination ?
South I I Charleston ' Attrcttrv.
Has the tariff been repealed or rood.
acu i imai.nwi. jijisccuiivc re- . ine louowinir extract oi a letter is
commendation to revise it, and every from the W ashington correspondent of
anon 10 moony or reauce it, were ail the new lorn Huly Advertiser, un-
treaieu wun tne most proiwuno and der date ol f eb. 22.
supercilious indifference. The pro- 'Mr. Dudley, of the Senate, has
pltnoXlop"at-lBe duty oo Salt : InwrireTOelinsure of his late co&E
the proposition ip reduce the dutyr on dential and political friends. The
Sugar the petitions and memorials to oommittce on internal improvement
reduce the duty upon Iron were all ia composed of two who are friendly
most diKiculty, that their advocate, posed to it, and Mr. Dudley
co'uid'oataliisTiieiriBKrtor-irthiitarth memtber,' Just at thi. lime.
all. The maj iriiy not only con'.ume- would appear, that he S. fur non-com-
uoujiy reecuo cve7ettj at rcaac-imum. Mr. Calhoan.a meads, arc
have presented the contemplated
tablishmeot of a Branch af th Tf.
uiciai so me nest interests oi our Stater
institutions, and not cooductive of anv
good to our fellow citizens generally
i ney .ay inconctusiou-" ve there fore '
representing as we believe, fairly, the
feelings of this community, do sol; .
emnfy protest against the establish, -"
meot of a branch of the Unittd State
Bank ialhi. placei and further eipresa..
otf decided disapprobation, as well "
against the establishiagof, asthe c.?n- : .
ittuance here, of an unauthoriz-d A- '
gency, which we believe to be ill di
recr vioiit.m of thtf statute law of ChU 'T'. "
jkm iV kmi auujeti we cau: ino1
attcniho of our 8 AW.j,' Gr Mq
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