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'tltiindidfiritsgetwi cm trer eipeci t9'
t Inereaitnj and ffiariiblag fit popul.
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I . .1 1 . . .....In llitflit1 " . ... . M. f.:.,i.
ffcbtlon, foribVllh.Kr rrrm wJrJ . . h u mU pt.ter toncowon to thrl
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pMpUoftu south iii y ,B
.See ii ppjx.
WMib peot'U cfih UnWed Kutw rW
.i r.tik I. tk.t m.n. Iilit tav. Id
oiIm. r'ic no -
.hoM h to p.!m off tuck Ul por
our erttJumy.Hen Oif J
Inn CUy totU pr.AlacylJUrfJP'7 ..iTj
ihx t.i jfl!h hid before been hourif it
hot k pleiwrJ dttlnt ProWencr
i Mm t lite to trt the Siih Ani
itreftff of Amerlftn Independenct I tnl
uvti. a. .r ...nAn: Ik rlnelnor of
whim ini rr vi ' ,- -
tell lb' huit Jot profl.loied
(ho wrom r.1 lht dif t-cred to UMriy
.h- t.A,r Kii! ltd to riP 0 of efr
voiiIm of their rmrrtd r?M f 51 er
gotten tho ofnet of,f a f Or. d , q
to them tciea otr i r -r
ed qierWi nd wt OiU imh yn we
.. . . Mill anir inern
- ' .. i . ii:.KininK iim Ameritn
IHW hortd patriot tnd Rtii-ni tomicrM . , . d pr9tiittA ,
trVrllIr bretthrd hit . i . D . ..u wt- htciuae ht U
lH inrs ' -. , m . . '.Anilitv kfld RtDUbtl
. v ! ....... r.. irifi innnur la ins w vi .-
t e ntfcV y Tlicet In the e.ue or neeJom. j-yn. m - T"' tUfB
. .1 f . u tk. t nfl,t. H.mllion. and wwkL if elect ia. carry irwin
yicaeo in etr ure.-n v. ouMaee ltdof
h.nL) by their wisdom, ind their ir prmnt ijrmet td Ur proportion. .m
f . .4 Urharacirri- the twenty lour K pan..
I"" ! .... B - ,. . .1..
7ir Jfonroe wit i niHw llfft brb .re uiutoo iin . y-r
U, vfi tt tn eiflr TOlonteenc in m'lpoMi of protecting eaen o"er -r
W . H I J . a..Kaj 1 iRSV.
eon'f'e tenriee. ne w foice.o e frano eontoiwanw
remontof the test of Qovernmcui frora
it. present titc ta that place would greet '
If promote to detirtblf tn ohject.
ii ?r9vrftIerfrore that the Repreitiy.
ybetafleanWrtL Ifywi wM J wr j ntlrei frora, (hit Count; h the neat Oen. '
:kr.i to vour eftnat'itotntt, io l1! J'l1r1 Aiiemblf of thlt State) he lni'mn.,1
ht will reilmiad mm to ywir ertdit lM Hlt0 ul- luck iait and prDdent rnei.ar..
. the rod of thoae .he:are the object! ot. , . , ,
-w ; 9 9 w f
sroand do ye tikewita- Ho eot any
4.2 .fti-mtrtrf meat to dron.anneaa and 4-
saaehety, (or feerof b5 Po
ni bribe t man for Ma rote U erder that yfl
Pj i .
... f. . m.J Jtaia nnir n
fttmriiDerwy io "" J -
wtby of charity epoe whom yen may tnowtr
Iowa your euperabundanee of etaa. w mi.
nd your eonaciaaeea ,ttl be more eaiy, jw
wilt be thourht more of b tbe wbtr part of the
i!J be eaaii-U he alnl of. JPe V?ie
. - the' teeii7 of lU poBtfrar-doe'H . -
.ITtolnJ.lt'atT pol'rt'xat power W-i rill.TJutf added to the or!fa eo-t
----- . - - - , , ... .. .
Ran article, ieaaajfc price of. ttat truer
. .. . .i..it rttieM of a'mor
or that intprcar r.- -- -
ereri article tipee which a ti-ity ta no. -
Tho tditor of tbe Aleandria Caiette la a
little rum of'"f wic! ,0 tht o,00PiBf W,BJ
oriltnr Clarttyei Co ep ! to on ! A ahort
inr7o the Tarif. They 'lht with enual pre lim ,h, roenimeii! will ha'e at In bead al
L, M that 1? ted 3 adiadtofetWribriworthytebetheiuceeorofWaabiaroB4
Lu .at thov ktow that tbia wouUbeand.JfferaMadiaoeaMooroe!!! tman
..V to the combo underataadinf oflLf Kberal feat-of enlarged Iewa. The
, WiiWtn mde hit bold & met
ilrly tttteh upon the Henlant at i remon,
fn which eotrapement io i-ri
wounded while eertin, tome piecea of
. trtillery. Dlatintulahed for hit brarery
. ... . . :J Mia ftuhm.
ana preiencw oi iuni -
q-iently attached to the atafl of Lord 3er-
line, ind wit wnuM ,l ,he b,,,,f of
Brandywlne, nearly at the tame time
wv f ;.r..e!tA. Before the war had Itr
tninated. the State of Virginia tppointed
tm tm tkuVnmmind of t regiment, tud
When peace wtt procliiwed, he retired
in nuraim tho nraet'ice of the law in hi(
.. lie waa aoon fHod to re
creaent Virelnla in the Convention to
i.rf only In narne, from to tbtolute onarthy
Wo would not wUb to tee hlrr. electro pecaotc
and the ourae of tbe Aoterkan
ia a " -
.item. which without hire would, aoot fall, trj
ihe way of all political tyrama of Iniquity and
riirtWe.-whlcb anf for their roumiatioo rot
equal (ooa oi auiu "i'" -
would not with to ee Mm elected oecaoae, we
tandencr of bia docrinee ia towarda eonaolida
tion, there k not'a reaerred rie;ht of tbr
Statei for which be ia an drocate but be wouW
wiah 1o aee thetn ootbinf but petty and toti
nlfic'unt eomorationa under tbe. entire eomro
of their own ant, Uhe Federal Coeernment ;
. .. t a
tar wr hoU it a a doctnte iocomroanioi
L. Mn U the ceaiamtMty. 1 ere.on
i v - - " ' . - .a !
,IB Mt place la doubt tbeir ewa aanuy dj
the r tbeorf ao p'7 -"
adrtMije of what eompeUtion and an iocreaaecJ
r.V.K.. UrtrodaetLoe bM done lowarw raow-a
the pricea on aao.t artleau?"n w ....... ,,. .-
a duty, they claim tbia reduction at e oltbr
mif hty eooKKpencet of tbe Tana. , ij Ff
will aufter tbemaelrea w ot
.rl. anfihktnr t-U they wm do -
ch aritbrneUosni aad by aucb ea Aritbmetle.
-k- ik.. dro ta be rroond to the terj
. .. L!...i...4'.MAadbaaedamlfl.iirnr of mi'h men. I'll noneenae. Bui
dun n inexorDiin
corrupted majority ia Conr-- But we be-et a paoae-Ab I the aucceawr of old iAn
rre that tbey vU nrt---We beiiert inai wnei a,(umv-M aiien owi kwik w .
.inUhfli.ted and tbt eo ftow
lorie la eipoaed to -kw, that tbey wifl no lon.t ,ery poluted aourca. We win fir Dim our
rr atibmit to be ruled by auca men. i ua-Hnana lor mau nenry wn -v-.-,k
;n oot of Conewa every man wbrMiCcmor tucb a man ia truth end kf the
adVocatea doctiineaao detrimental to toe fTi
culture and Commerce of our Country.
Tbey hare another trkk by which they hope
American purple will taetuH "upoe the
Kneel jentkmea la the Uaion." What a floe
iece ofencoorazement! What glorioua eon-
wlatkMl How truly Rne kbiaUnjruafet Hew
well adapted to raiae the ep'wita of the poor by.
weendrUe Mandao Henry Clay ! That t pre-
cioue mareeau for tbe American lyetem Jfentry !
Why T faith they will te him t etrdinak hat f
He talkaao finely I worthy to be the eueeeaaor
if Waahina-on, Affama. JalTeraoe, Madiaon and
Monroe. Why to tpeak'aeriooaly tbe ftHow
oat be cracked -Henry Clay worthy to be the
frame the Cone'itu'.ion of tlie Uniiedr.hl, the Gen, Gorernment ia the agent of tbr
a:.... ... -i-,tA ?lteffate to Ooo
wtlipf.l . n. v w n
&p...-.. annointed Minlatef to F ranee
by Waihlngtnn -tubaeq-ientlf .ereed
taScere'ary of State, end twice at Fre
tident of the United Siatet. In aU thete
atiuont Col. Monroe etinced t patriotic
ardor, jined lo Rreat industry, ptrtt
B A A ov a atv nrmd Judgement. ,
Ai P-TZfeM he "teai a tafe tndtalaaWe
OkS.rMaB-Uiratn. as a man he waa pure
prinhi md tincere Brm in bit tiewa,
jutt lo hit Intentiona attached to Uia
frlenda, and liberal to hta opponentt.
Conjtrest by itl late act, did justice to
Kit chimt. He eterched ofRce for tbr
v.e, w nftite. arn! not lor his own
ewrentilsewierrt, for titer Ifty ye-rt of
tycceatful public aerricea-he aiea poor.
' That orere demonstration of teapect
will be paid by P90P,e of thl! c,t7' ,0
hie honored remains, we cannot for a tro
j k. Tk. funeral tWeS r.Uce Ot)
Thtt'tday afternoon tt o clock.
State', harinjt derired all lU powefa from the
Statea. tbev beinf aeparate and independent
aovereik'ntiea but ejiviajup a portioa of their
aoereienty for the common good. But Mr
Ck)'a dactrinta would bare the tendency to
make the Statea the ag-enta or the Com. OCT
ernmrnu ihereby reeera-nif that order which
tbe uUdom of ear fathera waoW-Wa-would
not'wiah tVaee Mr. Cliy elected becawe we,
would fear from hia election, a repetition of the
.Aik ' tatk .A.ak.a aaaiA MM I f.aVaVAttfUaa'
acene ot ooa .. .
the will knar be remembered by tbo frienda ol
Stale RepuSncaniam. Theaunenntfaotmepeo
pTe"weW then (rreat-Thoae aufferkea fa e.
riae, boweeer, to the best teat boot ir ma po
litkal a'udent which hat erer yet male Ita an
oearance-the eeecet of "9 ltve rite to th
beat commeot ujon our conatitution that erer
waa-wrirten they fse riae to the Kentucky
and Virf inia resolutknt- The frienda of Be-
nuhHcaniam then triumphed they broke tin
abackki which John Adama attempted to place
upon the tibertiei of the people -Let ua new do
' . . ...... fit
to dtierV e the peopk, they ay that Ag timlture
and Commerce are equally protected with manu
fcturtt. To refute thia we would can the at
lention of the aoher and thinking part of tbr
Community to p'ain matters of (act. Look to
he proflti of tbe manufacturer ana wna: arc
.k i uk ik ar fourfold. Dir. trice
'in; t ," - '
fourfold the proata of any other claaa o our po
puktkn..AiHl Why iathiar Why n competitor,
re abut out of market by the present high rate
of dutie and the Northern manufacturer can aik
I . J - . r-- - 1j nl.ln tn
what ne pieaaea wr jowu.
.n . r nn rmmber tnai in ioi or to
nt ii.ij t
Sah was Ike dollars per bushel in thia town and
why was it acf Beeaaae there waioOTP,'lti,'r'
Just an with the icanufactuteranjpfThey ba
obtained the pawee of ao atjfof Cohrreia ca-
lei "the "tanft act "which" sTmts'ouV all foreign
competitora and the eonaequenco k that they
a I I
can fet what they please ror etery article wnicn
they manufactu-e. Look to the fanner and what
are his profit Why three per cent on fits capi'a
ia the eitent that he can eipect to reaUte.
Shall you be told with tbia gtarinf you in tbe
face that manufacture and Aifrieultu're are
equally protected ? It is an insult to common
Instead of law hiring" been pasted for
tmerkan people want a repemwn
cenet which were acted durinff that man'a ad
minlatratkn, aby we aay elect Henry Cky.
Ha will rive us tometbinf equal te tbe alien
nd aeditkn ks no doubt. The people will
rtliah such tbinrs too. Tbey would reliah ai
rl a, goodly dote of hellebore end Just an
well will tbey rehsb Henry Clay.
removal of the Seat of Gorernment d
the State, to Fayitttf Hie, , t V
Rmhti. that- we recommend to tbe
matter IMo eonflJeration ena adopt totb
oreawrer Ut Ira accofnplishtnent it niw
appearJoJoem most tpclnt.,..
person i with tie chilrman of this roast.
in be appointed tocorreipond wlib simj.
lar committeea la other louniiei harlnr .
. - i py
tbi aaraa object in view; ' ,
Jtthtdt that .thete reiojutbm tbail
fie signed by the tbalrmsn ar.d aeeretary
andcoplet thereof be forwarded for inter'
iot) lo tbe public papers (n tMa vicinity r
The following persons were epnolntc4
a committee of correspondence, Ot erg
L DavLdeon, Thorn si A. Allison, Abncr
Fianklin, Joseph Chambers, Johe Mg.
batt Samuel King, Nathaniel W. A!ms
dar and James Campbell. Tbt meetla
then adfjurnrd. . . .. . '
J. CiMf KLl, Se(f.
eta raa wasrsaa estotivuv.
Oa tbe ttb.day of July lUt.the atderalgati
csndidatee fee the General Aaaewihly met at
Statearine and tamo to an agteement te depst.'
from tbe fcuttomary practice of attending mutt-r
groanda, addreaaing tbe people end giving pub
lie treeta- Tbey have ne deeW to. conceal
bertbemaelvea or their views of public matter
from tbe Citizens of the county but they art
purvuaded that the public ia but wklom edified
Sj the haranguea of Candidatea and are cor.
vinced that the practice of treating on thoM
accaaiona does imich injury to tbe communitr,
It is understood that tbia arrangement is net
Nw DwanT.vxtJtT, July 7th, WT.
The President of the United Sttea.J
j ..art. announces tome
the Waiine vura.
l0, oir iUustnoui ana tan-
von ens waaTaaw cou"ia.
6'n the 4th day of July, 18J1, t mee
ing of a large number of the Citirent off
Iredell County ws held tt the Court
House in Siateiville. Gen George L.
Davidson was called to the chair and
Clajr. Utuiavoiaarepeiiuonoiinoa.ccnr.rf... our cotton, our eora.HJaniea Campbell, appointed Secretary.
hkh it is true gave new energies to the K. tok,cco, fcc hut out from the mar flTh m.,tnf, .Jdreised bv Samael
. .. . i i k. f .k.:. ... tl , '
Publiran partr,-n.cn - n, , f,-,tf WPr, j ky retaliatory kwa and we areiw. r. :n m .1eech in wh;,h h. f-el
, , . .t u " '
ri liaoi IB? TP J.Pt...jorinern
it vr.a'rver price bp ia p!eai to give
Weeoptthe following demonstration of n-f nkewia. Let ua defeat the election of Henry the tftUtm Agriculture, they have been
ant to the deeeaaed from the tailed SUleC,y . Ut us avoid a repetition of thoae acene. d ((jr ,rt). 0ur eoOII, ur eorD,
Telegraphi ' .
GRXEML ORDERS z
Because Mewrs Ingham and Eaton have In
R I . . J ..J K. map. t L . TV IV . . . r I I .
runea common uetrmj m "- "'"'r-mto preveoi any taaaiuate irom anenamg at vj
of the eommun-ty. by their recent correpon-Bplce a here buinea calk Lima It was also
lence-sball Oenl. Jackson be blamed for itff,; that "all the Candidatea should mert t
m . . . . aa .
Were they members of hi Cabinet wneo neytbree pabtte places specified, without trratbf
r led on the correspondence i They, were
notr- "Hew 'then k Genl. Jackaoa responible
for their actions 1 h it fair, ia it liberal to make.
uch a charge againat the Presdenl f It k not.
But we aupposethey who made the cbsrge.acted
upon the maiim that " every thing vat fair Ip
war. - But we tniat the A iwerkan people: will
nof countenance auch a maxim. We trust tha'
they will not encourage men in making auch a
JOSEPH M. BOCi.E,
ClEOHOE T, U AVIDSON,
v? and to
. . . . ... I..
lethargy. But ,ince that time moreaanger.ji
inroaik have been made upon the cor, , ui.n ..
-an attempt bM been made to aairt . meMf '
wM.-.the people are retting more uacd toa
them they would not take the alar.T. at themL,
I a . ItJ.l.. If Kaaa-awf.Sa wa1
1 -.. ta? l r
at m w.v ii laisii nanus aa isu wvjrsa mm t.. a i- jsn ii t iiarrsriiirs- Te-
ied fellow citizen ... .v " . arhould elect uenry oiay nicrc wu. .
v are raid in Northern Fabrics at a
i; .; of thi, a' whi'h we eouM obtain!
x'-ch if all hack! were thrown off i
. , . ... ... ,n thefirr-lgn manufafl-
ertteci ten"" ; trflin iftt.S" WM . ' , . ttirrr-B-?-tHr-n-1 iwpt hia arttetee-snto
F-Monto .move htm th, ?L, ff, of d.y.e man either do
ateneot-tnai. ot iht 10 m-:sf carry oar producta tojoreign!
nthe fiftv Bf'h anniversary "..LBwaa-as there now . Let usthen now opposeH ......
cl-raU: : ; : relation! and tl
Btmpatny w... . ( The are our .wcr. "r":" "TIEt ween Scbvlla and Ch.rybdis. In dnget of being
da'lit-d to fieees againat-bothr -An4--h aoon
will be if aomething k not done to remove the
evil, reduced to beggary and want while tbe
Shis' Substance. And following their worthy
prototypea. "the turbarted Turks" they will bo w
string us if we dare complain, or which ia the same
thing they will increaae our burdena by new el
actions. Wilt their avarice never be glutted f,
Are tbeyf determined to have our laat farthing.
before they quit their tyrannical importunities
to Congreaa to increaae our burdens f
JuiyAth 1831." The Soeletf'rnet if-
cording; to appointment, Sermon art
preached by tbe Kev. A. Y. Lnrkridcd
and an addresa delivered by the Ket.
Thot. Espey, after which the Presidrr;
ook the ehsrr,-a"Renertl iovitation v
civen to til friendly to the catise to come
forward and join the Society when Six c
ditional members enroled their nimts
The Society then proceeded to bnsine1.
when the following resolutions were utr.
Keiolution f hy Jno. t raley, ot cond
ed by S. Marlin, Esq. Keaolted, that fcr
Cbriatalna to, be engaged in mAinp, or
selling of ardent Spinu in this tnligbtm-
rd aue it tncontittent- with the p'W w-
the timet and the spirit of the Gotpel
Retolutjon by Robt.IJol.rstoni5':
respcn w , ji..:..nUi,fl aatrvkea!
in More h,t rune- bonor8archic1 form of government we want no con
"c.. . , hia memory at each olflituiion. we want no we ""- I
,nall w ' . board ell theawant the American System to be earned out to;
tn .mnistVobv f ftil?iiita utmost tension, we despite flTepublicanistr,
.PUrt v one minute on, commencing atB nd f q(1r,ty we j0ve intrigue and corruption
. .aA j-a eatiawP inn rnm
M o'clock M. on tnc-y -- -
e sMaw l. Ktf rftrrrtnr Ihci
. a aa wprwiwcui v w - - rm ,
plfiveri wearing crape on tbe lolt irm
iVr Siamontht. WOODj3URY
.."sa'0ratiT9sairr, July T 18;it'
Ttbecome my pmful duty to announce
W. a-.. .hdeath of the venerated
. . i.k. r.iiirn i are care not. in
we nate me riRiH Vi --
a word whst becomea of us so that Henry Clay
it elected President. We cannot lor a moment
indulge the heart rending idea that trie pwpie)
wnie-lve any such anawers to our qucriea aaj
these. Yet they must eiiher ive
iwera, or give the same that we did,-theYe "
yB middle around. But though the ooay or tne
oeople would not give such anawerayet mere
. t . a a .t.
lOKir rcDretemea me great loss me oiaic
had sustained by the burning of the State
house In Rsleigh and especially by tht
destruction of tbe Statue of Washington :by 1. Lyerfy; Reaolved, that for tbe foture
he expressed also feelings of ivmpatby
for the -Cititens of Raleigh ekrmed, by
the raging elements and no doubt de
a . a . ar a Ll.
we win not rupport ranoicintes lor punn.
officea who trcHi with ardent spirits '"r
iaanartv which, doubtkaa, would. But that
to th Army Pr(Jw.nt, J ames Moaao.j rty u .m.U.-lt is composed of a few monop
Pi2 !aff5Vtm dispensation occurred opfj. fcw tri,tocrat. and a few idler, w ode
2 b e tnoiveraaryof our independ vofk n.aelve. and who affect to contemn
moment wnetv . nation of freemen
hratinethe achievmentt of that
,2?" 2"S of natriots, who purchased
v.ol!.u.r: K,d the liberty we enjoy,
gfito en called to nia ia.v.y-..
all Who do. Could we tore "' h.mu.b
the dreadful idea that this party eould ever triumph-that
thia government was ever to be
Wed by auch men, upon auch pnnc.ples we
woufd bankh ouraelveMo i ur:ey. or 0r,K...
.k.. Vwm la a U. States. hii iucii ani
ftreirn By the last foreign arrival we have
recievedtho gratifying intelligence that the
'gauaat rokt b,ae again beoa auceesafal, The
Commander in Chief dispatched Genl. Chrani
ownki, to aupersede the gallant but unfortunate
Genl, DweVnicki, in Volhynia, who took on hia
way 800 Russian PriaOnera, in a aeriea of battles
Want of room prevenfa us from giving any de
tailed accounts of this important intelligence.
!CPTlie citize'na of Norfolk invite&Xenl,
Jackson to partake of a public dinner on the
fourth of July which bederlined
pressed by feart lest the value of their
property might be lessened by the reroo
val of the teat of Government from the,
pUceMierovaljwhich he contended the
great interests of theS'o demanded.
After several other gentlemen had
$poheo-on the eubjeet a committee-
eight was appointed to draft resolutions
who withdrew for a abort time and re
ported the following preamble and Re
solutions which were unanimously adop
' " Whereat the State house in Raleigh
hat ktely been consumed by ftrc, an even I
deepla affecting the people of this State,
and a the destruction of said house has
weakened the motives for continuing th
seat of government at K lietsh and has
left the people of the State free to consul t
their own interests in its future location,
and that wherraa the Cape Fear River h
the only natural outlet for the Strple and
marketable commodities of a large por
tion of the citizens of this State and as the
town of Fayettville is a suitable place foi
the seat of government it being sufficient-
the purpose of ifsining their election.
Uttoluiion flrf l.y J. K ride r tec df
J Lyerlv ; Resolved that the Society hotd
quarterly- meetings. -
- Resolution 4rA by Jno. Dairy M
by J. tverly ; Reaolved, that Ihe. proceed
ins cif this meeting be handed to.tw
F.ditort of the Western - Carolinian
Yadkin and Catawba Journal for Public
p;iven to th Rev. Clergy who ':!:'
ed (for their services); an rpr('Pr;f
prayer was offered up by the luv. A
Lockridge,tnd ihe Sncletv nrlj nTriC
Signed, JOHN FRALtii
We take the liberty yrf suggestinC '
those persona who art; about to renuiw
L -: U ..... . . L. -J-.1 Ik., w u.
derive from the use ov'the beuu'ifu'
Ltone of Cape Fear, as a good mi,,er'; I
for building There ja at jhe (i1 1' I
at and near SmylieV Falls, a. aotny.
I 1 L - - - . . . I KillM I f 1 1 ' ,J
(JUIMiy ,j IIIIS MIIIIIC i iiuuu -r ,(
whole town, which ran be floated to "
nlara t a visru niflirir aDlfils 1
Intone is t'jsre ptihle of a fittc poli'h- . ,
nearly as well as marble, and in n
nreferable on account of its retiintf
fire, lor in cverv instance where
in houses "burnt in ihe lae me,
been found perfectly uninjured.