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it . .. i. ii.t u,i...o ci i-ri...;.uu t
ti;. LJ'f rtn In grafting Uw eonK.ience.
sAUsminr. nowAN county, n. u..........monav, july ii, mi.
! hi I i ,
fM .1MIM f !M till e.llaa VMl
f , kif M l 4.1 . !. ! aU
t. .4. a... . ft. al.t ! a- 4 .-.!... 4, luiil a .'
u ,1 iM ta.la. KM ail M ,-ul bt .('. H
hand of ipeet, U the umt, h relat Ion to the land I
We yesterday witnessed, (says th
2 C uthorUB.' f'
beinu ihe amount placd In th
- l- i . ... I r " ' '
mi i rcMni.i ui in Unite J States, in Uhlch (hall bdiuoirilbrl Ibclrcdcci,
-rut., ior me runeca itin .,r Indians, ill- lit m.y ba by law provided la relation lo
lung in tht &uie of .New York, b her lb llrgiiicn nj Ricelferi of PuUlc
lur ..Mr(i to tht credit of the Indian ,p- money in lb tevertl cfficei eiiabliibed
Pr iv " ,", ,hM (hl Ste,eU,Jr H0"1 dlipoul of IbtUdiofiba luhkd rwiuckct CbronuUof the 4tS inn.)
w. .. .. .u-numca to rccietc oc pay ?ui norih-wati of (bt liter unio. (he duintermcot of the Hon. joerph
" " 7 !"? ineoi inunni, u.a crc. a. na m ii further tnatiej inn Jnli.oool ihe fintOimnora of the
- niwHiiii.ji uuii4i I'lnuail
ay ana manner at hereic
lo bo paid oul of any mone
ury not otbfe aprtropnetc
- ' VSKlliUUU 1f kllV Ml ' V IIV'I Wl t.
im, annuallr, In (he a.i.l ai.da ihill be diipoied oflo Ihe Colonr of Rhode lUnd, who died oo cit,lr0
Te.?r,T ' ""MhM'"'"VI!d the lllof Juoe.ir, oinetr one 00j;tf
ejr In the Treaa condiiioni, ai are or may be provided b; TK , ' ' . and W.
n.tcd. U.fonliaMUofoher land.oftheUnl V .' Wl "" firrt-r
..,1 .... .. iL.t
lt I'q. haa contented, il clrCirV in
rrpreacnt thu county in the gcnaftrtr
the next Sutj L g!atutr.
Town aff'ilri, At in'-etioc of ih
of thia town yeatcrday aftti
noon, J. V, UVigbi,' IUil. preiiding,
nd v. j Aodtraon. fcSti. acting an
the tnl-l' . I .t 'iKcrrrlarv. iho fi.Mnwinir ranliiiinfi.
c -j. " . i,.jo -a...... j.Tt.. . enure, ana in a Dcucr etaic oi Drcecr. -
w.v. 4 wtfiijunnrr mactta, i bat "r11" 7ifa( hichuk i oi i . - , ' moytd bv lyjuie D. He
vol any i . , i Mltnntm .1
nrj't Lq. waa
rii-e 24, ,
ne octrciart oi r t authorized io i"1" csccpiejirom taiet oy virtu
Ttrebwjwt thrMterirlbtlto v" talleat " ,
vf Indians th. .om f to tbouaand ii "" -"' :: . nnn tntt ever lircd to tn ttatr, attend. '.w-to--w
MdHfa0 log heo-lit .icvea ceMadlwp J,u "TJ Wl
crmrNH.r er faonef U ik TreMiir.' IDHiUnitt 16Vhknii'ladUd filtTe"! Fnchea.Vithoat hrar'aWa; lliilWgh WwnvIaU Xo-:4teUd
uotothfiwijeppropriaiedajia jMount :"Ji!olheV h(i ii ihr P4tri1 lh tonea; wheti taken up, roFaiuredeigh. ,he ce,!re J lhe "4,b,,c.6$u"" o!err
of ihe d fiflencf.br ihar amount, in ih oftiTduna which 1 iaM imtTLi&e iMIn.r.-"! T ftu 'y-reot CUpair.IIjy;jidJ
- fa. - - " . .
ifSSC''feSL mm p Jd 6rcr la a.ld IndUa the la.t "UhU.n, borderina; (pon ihejiiorihern IA.cuporaurKo,,.0.nce-oUld
rKa!it tvi or by atr with the bre. jriP , line of aid State, and not attaibcd to aoy k ... .
niofdebentuj. - - y - - 1 Apfn ,j, mi; ; ' land diatilci, .ball bf, and ike a.m. arl t U
Fic. f. f U enacted by the Sen. , bfrrt ,tucbed 0 lb, For1.w.rne Dh- ,1 .
ate antl Home of Repmentatitei of a-eaue-ae. rr. ulct. ' -
the United Stales cf America in Con
errsl assembled. That from and
- . m J at E. a - a - a
AN ACTti eafab'Uh a Laml Office it the Tr.
ritory Of Miehigaiv and ftf ptlirr purfot
flee. -1.: Z? it enacted by the Sen.
Approved, February 19, 1&31.
raaue a. 2H.
I I'rnnn atrta rnniiiaii nur .ll. HiStk
m-A ,jt Mm I tvi, lumiiiiii i.i w .u
ihe afeWir' "rf' e aurmounud with a
wwer ior a I'loca ana itrii. inr rcoi
to etand oo brick pillarij the ceiling to
k . 1. - .1 I .1 I A - I - - . I .
aiaTtL.. H far i riiJitrrii ti it w iim .v . a . " , t
. er. ika axak . fm w a t i ei ar i . a, aBxw" a ,w - - v ' v - w 's ' i f ijl'iii
Kcr.. P-"-r.-"- ...- . flint llnrgnf llrnrrctiMl t 44 ACT raipeciuif the JuriwCclloo of certain ui. uic aunciy ui ,
ref,orirfhjrt1ieimpoMfdlnwibe J' I'omc of toprCiCntallces of ' DiaTriot cUna. Frieoda are mre intelligent than aoy . . TTT- . S .
United Statu, the dntirt nn hirh have Lnitel States of.lmcnc in Von- , Rf e , t ,,,, h lh, other data i and tre attribute ihie t'o M th Annual Conroc.tioo of the
,M the, .. imported l ... Mk. I .1,. Tor. ii.r, .f J?iChlf..f. .hall ,. . .That, lh. dl...icl '." '"T"'- . I"' . 'h' P'"i W.".Z '
I aw aT V" avirejrrajb. v alf cm f 1J, f .
them i(k the benefit ol drabarfti iilroithe piolic land wiihia ib aald
tivtidt&i That all regulation ami for tli'tiict, there aball b a Lund Office ea
cnali.U now in force relating to th teblialird il auch place within ihe diticl
tranapofUlion rf coodi, ware, or mrt- ai ti.e' President of the United State
thmdUe, by land or by water, from the may deaignate, who it bcrt.br autboriaed,iPIl the weaiero diitiict of Louitiafta,
ero district of New York, ibfr weterb proving tbeir minda aod fitting them
dittrict of Pennaylrania, the dittrict oflaclvri to be uacful member of awe
Indiana, the dUttict of Illlnuii, th Jii liy; v, 11 atatiooaof hiehand uocom
ifict of Mittourii th dittrict cf MH alt oromiaini? reactabiliiv. - ...
r . a i '
dittrict into which iher were i nporird lopo rliaiie the location of tuch oflice,
no' her dittrict, for ihe benefit of draw j whenever, it) hia opinion, the public in
back, and tuch other re nulatiani are I icrcfci mir require it
Dreirribed cndr and by virtue of the Sec 2. Md be it further enacted! That
an to which ihi i an addi ion, for the hh Lmd Office now ettablitliH at .Mon--fW'hr
-ranapoiiaiion of- ur b Rood lroe, .ahail be. remuud Jo. the . place litr.
ware, or merrnnm, to oner ninnciv, iKnated tor Ihe location ol thit ofhee, and
hall romt.lied withi Jnd provided, lke KreUter and Kcceirer of the .Mjnroe
ho. Tnat all ihe rrj:ulaion and formal Land Office, thall tuperintend the talc
l ie now in mrco, reaperunj; mr cxpor 1 0I public Unda wiibin aald iiittrict, who
tafion of gooo. waret, and rorrcbandite, j shall give tecunty in the tame ni inner,
for ihe benent of dr-v3cli, thall ten ihe nie umt, and whoe compen
complied with, to fa. ai mi be coi.i Mtiun, ein dumir.t, duties and suthoti
fen: Hh the other provision ol ne aci uCt, thall, in every letpect, be the tame
to which thit it an addition; aod the in rclatioi) to Ibe Kindt hia.h tall be
Secretary rf the Treiturv thall be, anf ditposed of ti their office, at are 01 nuy
be t hereby, anthoritetf lo preterit ihe be dy Uw proud, d, in rch ion to ihe Re
form of the r erti6cate to be Uied, and the Ki,iCI , artj Keceirert of I'lnlic Money!
oi'ht in he tMken, on the transportation of m the ttVei-l office ettablltbed for the
irh erxad, war or merchandise, fiom ,4r of imblic lamJ.
'.ht second diV1jr' 'nt0 "hich they may
bo o b'OUthl, to lha third dittrict.
. : -A..STEFJIF.NSON,
Soeakar or the Houae of R. pree ntttivei,
J. C. CLII'.UN,
Vice Preble nt of the 1'niied States and
Preaident ol tbe Senate.
Approved, Ptbruarf I.
K ANDREW JCKSON.
Sue 3 And be it further elected, That
ail the'ljixii Jytog ett of the Meridian
(n in the Tnivwy aforeat;U which are
nol now embraced in the district of De
ttoit.be, and they are hereby, attached
i hereto; and il thall be the duty of the
fir fitter and Urreiver of the Land Office
io said ditirii t :o deposi'. in the Land Of
fii'.e at Detroit all the recordr bookiand
p.peit, iuivrt, ic. hich pertain to
s.id Land Offif) t Men roc, which aball
be kepi bt n flrfruter and Keceiver of
the L nd OlHice at Dciroii, a a part of
true o. 2.
AV AOT ratkine appropriarions for eeHtin for.
tificationa d'trin the rear one thousand ei;lit
Pec. 1. lie it enacted 6v the Sen.
ote and flame, of flenrrsentatires of,"" record of -id office.
the United Statet oi.imerica in Con
gress assembled. That the following
sijtis be, and the tame tre hereby, ap
prcp.iairyt, lobe pdd nut of my unp
propriated money k the Treatmjr for
cranio fortificatioq, titf
For the preteryation of 0or(e'a Ul
and, Bos-ion harbor, fire thousmd dollar.
For fort Adams Rhode Island, one hun
dred thousHnd dollars.
For the completion, nf fart Hamilton,
New York, ten thousand dollars.
Toi repairing fort Cot.nos and est
tie Williams, New York, twenty five
For fort Monroe. Virginia, eighty thou
For fort Calhoun, V irinis, eighty
For the completion of fort Mion, se
sren'v thottasn l dollar.
For the completion of'he ffrtonO.k
Islnd, North Carolina, ninety five tliou
For for'ifica'ions at CnHes'oo, South
Carolini, forty tivs trToMssn (fTTTttT-
F.r fort'ficsMoos at Pensicola, Florida,
one httndred ihonmnd do'lirs.
Por srrt st Mobile poi'it. -ninety thou
For rett'iKs of tbe bit';rf af Hienvenu,
LmiisHnia, hree tb nisind fur hj drc;.l
For rep)ti3of fort Woni1, Louuurtia.
three thrmsanYl six hundred do'l i.s.
For roniiniiences of fortificarions, tcj
thottsnd doll ,rs.
Apjimved, M ireb. 2. 1811.
AN ACT to provide hereafter for the pvvment
cf i thousand dollars annually "to the Seneca
Indians, and for other purpnar.
. Rr.c. U Tie it enacted hti the Sen
ate an I Iloifsr of fiearesenhtives of
t'le United Staffs af America in Con
gress assembled, That the tjroceed' of
the aum of one hundred Uiou.sand dollars.
" - M. L. n trrmt, Br.ft.ld, 0, U H. f.
It'ilHam AVer, Ore. aeWoiifn, G. K.
. A. LtVingttn, W Untiniin, C .
J. H. JJ)4 Tarborwifch, U. Treaa'r
Z. B. rrtma Ha (fa. C. iaeretarj.
Rev. Cawii Melvrr, laycttcville, 0. Chap.'
E. Cnrjt BUur, G. al.
The oest Convocation will be held
at Tarborough, oo tbe tld June 1833.
lh rttrn )iariel tA Lonl.l.na. I h nnr
(hem district of Alabama, and ib aoutb. ""rat taicuu."M earn a
em cMttrict of Alabama, lo addition to iheU0"0?-? Prty wbile lookiog at
ordinary jarltdiction aod jowrt of a dla-1 the landscape) that waa painted oa-a
trici court than wlthm the limit of their j plate she had to her hand" what a
retbecllve dittrict. here Jurisdiction of I beautiful eottaire I ahmilrl admire
iirdel,eteept appeaandHtrofr.toliTnn Ju( nuch a one all the day '-MOMT.LYEOUS-IGNITIOX.
ror, which now are; or hereafter may by Lf mv r, The voi,nr e-entleman Tlte XeiB York DaUu Jidrrrtbrr
law made, coKai4bl io circuit court. lha t0vd b he I0ljOUJ lo koow .tatca that in cleaning the cabin of the
.nd .hall proceed tb.tein la tbe .me wha M , h uoke(, ,Hip Birmingham, on Saturday eek,
m mner a circuit court. .r ' . , . .. l l
iciiacriy i me picture, auu louna hi amc hiuuh waa uaeu, wnicn oecame
wat a Steam boat, partly saturated with linerd oil, and
after a while it took fire. It wit then
T- t.,M:.. determined to try an experiment. A
he encouragement of tbecultiratioo of ibe Lf whora, the night before, had lo.t '"" q0"1' of wttoo waa partially
Approved, February 19, 1831.
reauc a. 30.
An ACT to alter and amend 'An act to act
apart and diapoae of certain publi land for
riW., sjl.l o hi 44 O, Jnrny, .y. he,
Sec. I. Beit enacted by the Sen-t, Ko hrJ .re .alir. nf Provi.
ate and House of Representatives ofA,n ,ftoaru m, ; t. ...v mv
the United Slates of America in Co-dan wife by deathly oui a it left to
qress assembled, That all peront ,omfftrl tfo ' hul mia. laa ! i no
enntieaioiana,uoueracontrcinierd mnr,iH hiV,m ,-nli
.o on ihe etgbth ol January, jmmJM break vour poor heart
hundred and nineteen, by the Secietr"y .L ... -rr r.tm fi--
of the Treasury on the p.rtof the United "T C mm. ,, '
. ... " I aaa1 biais asAiai'aiH r.il uull . I
auiea. and Lharlet VilUr, Agent of the ",u7ulurw "u 7"
m . a a I - .
i omoccoee AstociatiotK in pursuance oil
dipped in linteed ril, and sva plced
in ihe shade, which became ignited in
two hour. The experiment wat re
peated for the third time, and the re
utt was the tame, it being two hour
each time before the cotton took fire.
Sic. 4 And oe it further enacted. That
all such public lands as shall have been
offered lor sale to the highest bidder at
Monroe or Detroit, pursuant tn any pro
(tarnation of the President of the United
States, and which are embraced within
the provisions of this act, shell be tubiect
to be entered and sold at private tale, by
lhe Registers of the Lwd OlVea lo which
they are hereby wttached ) anJ all. provi
ions cf Uw applicable to the public land,
ro which this act rpplies, siiull continue
in full force and effect:
Sec- 5- A'td be it further enacted, That
to much of the Suic of Illinois a lies
between the Illinois and Mississippi
rivers, bounded on the south by the base
line, on the nortii by the northern bouti
djiy of that S.itc, and on the extreme
by the third principal Meridian, be
formed into j seperate land district, the
oflice for which to be located where it
will best accoosnodite purchasers and
others by the President ; and a Register
nd Receiver sMI be appointed at such
i e. nthe President of the United Siatet
-So the world goes. A worthle,
brainlets fellow, in whiskers and
glovea, will be welcomed into society,
An . to set apart aod dispote of cer An Iri.hman one brooght up T '" Z h i. Z.,. A' T
rain-Dublic land--forite"nccwraei r..r.
approved on the thi'dof Maicb, eighteec , i ..-K . ;k. ,n.AA J lj
nunareu auu seun ecD, ineir ucua, ue , . . .
cncii a Vlllui . I icalB juui wvr
ship, aaya Paddy, ' I was. trying to
get a good ooe.
viteet or tttignt, who appear by ibe re
port of Will'um L. Adam, apecial agent
of tb Treatm y, appointed io compliance
with a resolution of tbe Senate, patted
the iwen.ieth 'lay, eighteen hundred and
twenty-six, to have complied with the
condition of tettlemeot and cultivation,
Nothing can more highly contribute
to the fixing of right apprehensions,
.a4 ah a.iis44 tillcffain.nr aP , aC
as atiDulated for in laid contract or who . . J . . .
ah.ll here.ller mall it appear lo tbe "S1.0' wrong. WM to, De,,ev! " U?
who is ever represented a aucn to oe
exactly a model and example of the
itfactiun of the Secretary of the Treaiu
rv. that thev have so comolied, thall. on
narinkr into the Treasury one dollar and nv)t exct justice, and highest good
twen.y five cents the acre previous to the loess and worth. Such a view of til
third of March,, eighteen buodred and vine Providence and bounty, and ex
thirty -three reticve a patent lor the tended to all, and expressed in a con.
tame. I tant trim A affection towards the whole.
Sec 2 Andbe it further enacted. That ,. r n-,,..;.v enffatre us. within
i - , o a
all persons wno necame ent.t.eu to an . comD, and 8Dherf. t0 act by a
sb .11 deem proper.
Stc- 5 Au i be it further enacted, That
a lot aef district be also formed in that
Sic-ou the northof the dividing line be
(wecu townships and sixteen and Seven
teen north of- the base line, and east of
the tbird principil Meridian, Including
,11 !bn put of the State toils northern
'nuiidriry, the ofri es for which to be lo
rated by the President, where the public
nuctesi aiid the convenience of purcha
ers nviy require ; and a Refjiiter and Jie
reiver shall be a;ointed at such time as
the President of the United States shall
See. 7. Ant be it further enacted,
the Registers and Receivers shall resiae,
respectively, at the places where the
Land OSTsera are located Kite sccUfUy
in the same manner, in the same sunns,
ani. whose compensation, emoluments,
and duties, and authorii), in every rc-
otnient oi lann unr-.er aaia coniraci men
heirs devisees or assigns, who have fail
l nm.lu uiiih ih rnnrlilinn f at.
tletneat and cultivation within the period "r Pub,,c ,n v,eW our, fnd " "'."J
required thereby, who at ihe time of the impossible we should be misgutd-
ike principle and affection. And
having once the g)od of our specie
passage of this act shall be in the acual ed by any meaos to a false apprehen
occupancy and cultivation of the satno,
srijll, on paying into the lreasury one
dollar and twenty-five cents tbe acre,
previous to the third of March eighteen
sion or senae of right or wrong.
brtivlfeddlwtyahrcccteiteaala , . . . .a . 7 ,
ten. for the same HcelebTateaetTreow
lor the first time presenica io our rea
ders. They apply exactly to the qjie.
tion ao often agitated, are we better
Sec. 3. id be it further enacted, That
tne widow and children of any person who
became entitled io an alotment of land
under said contract, and died without
peiforming the conditions required, shall
on paying into the Treasury, one dollar
and twenty five cents per acre, previous
to tbe third of March eTfb'.ecn hundred
and thirty three receive a patent for the
Approved, February 19, 1831.
An Irishman observingapairof enor
mous long legged stockings hanging io
a hosier's window, stepped in and en-,
quired who they, were, made for to
which the clerk replied, ' for no body
pat " what a long legged fellow that
Mr. No-body -in particular must be.
with or without the aid of romance
and antiquity, in a literary and moral
point of view, .
America thou hailjt better
Than our ancient hemisphere, '-. .
Thou bast no fallen cant lea ' : .i ,
Nor Basalt aa here:
Thy children, they know not,
(ThrirYouthfuI prime to mar)
1' Of ineffective war!
Fortune wait on thy glorious spring !
And. when in tim thy poets sinjj,
" May aome good tjenka guard iliem alt.
From Bron, Kuigbt and Ubosl traditional
i . tiif. Mug.
,11 I M WW
can gnu almost everv oooy. fe run
upon the tailor, he runs upon the land
lord; he runs upon the lab. r of the
shoemaker, he runs his face at the
billiard b ard t and nis presence into
5ood aocicty all by the taciration of
res, bia whiskers a d bnrrcwed gold
watch, and at laat he runs away, leav
ing his creditora and dupes unpaid and
The Philadelphia Inquirer speaking
of the case of Dr. Watkins, says We
are' enabled to state on sufficient au
thority, "that the Presideot will imme
diately release Watkins oo its beinjr
shown that he is not competent to the
liquidation of the amount of the fine,
or as soon as he absolves himself of
that claim by availing, himself of the
insolvent law. It only remain for
MfrWiAiM or hir friends to do one
of these two things to effect hi rc-
Cheap Living. u You halm got
no more cold victuals tor me, ia you:
said a beggar boy, whose basket wat
well charged with the fat of the land.
I've Riven you . enough already.
replied the citizen, what do you
want with ao much cold meat :
' Oh J I dos'nt want it myself, but
my mamylteepsiozrrfin hoilSC, l&d
he expects some visitors to dinner tb1
lay, o I thought as how you mo ugh t
nip her out." " '
Heat m ! The Oxford" Observer,
(Me.) states tbat the wife of James
liuckminster, ol Franrunia, N II.) has
Kad. siuce the year 1824, nine children
at three births three at the first, two
t ijhe eeondf Kad four-jkt tb laat I
Ihty are ail boys, and are all living;
&ud doing well. ';
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