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Well to cuLo4Uiii'( .?ua ftr.lta re
luildfogofthe fiute House. It is said
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tha buJ riil be opposed ty fr.Tootuer
cFayetteville. -So the queatioa of Con.
fentiwi wilt won U on the carpet. .
. This dsyonrNeiKl legislature mcr.it,
This day assembles the congregated wis.
dotnefthe latioo. rhii djy tnecti the
representatives of tho people, to pn laws
CjT their hppia?u arid prosperity, to
Var tLfir rrievanccs and fa rJraail,m
TI.m U ef tba Krtb nmA ,. f r..l
W1 tbey lcar our cnmplibts, and wi!J
ibf!fwi tlnnit Tiiif Is ijuetinni
Ki Srt cannot SO euilv anrrr. Hut
fnj oil tin I t J -
Tfc.iifri caa t.-u!. t!
t't B.'d inour trfclawith foreiirn ntt!on,,
,jf tby a'wult tie hipping o the peopled PMury duties and are complied 9
4f Ihty fr atabiUty of our He.;17 "" 10 lhe Drthem monnpoliiita fjr
'.m: fStutioti. Ik- :n kp lthp'r u&ctar?i than we would hare to
i ,k yi rf.IrcM iImTKM
jJtnu der iur petition Vnd.T"10 the ofK'
xnryk our enlPi The cupofour bit.
. iernr.Hi wTua to oreiUowin. ve cannot
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We d net threat , lu South is not
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(a.wellhetr,t,ow, com,n? from
an ohcu-- cmt7 Edit r, for th-y w,H
.Ibalt (hemtrembte forth firt of thc.r
iniipdtoui ystam. They wall hear it
bunt wmoluneoualy from tht mouths of,
the W South. The South' hti sworn
to defend the conatitution of Aw Umtedj,
States and sbe will be true to r oath, i
OtfTnn nbt much longer atand by and
wjtnes. the rude amuha of it. enemies;
vcut jMkujj some attempt to reactM "
& Tha foreign pa wa ia oar paper of
tday;will be found highly interesting.
. The reform will has been lostn tba Housa
f Lords by a cocndcrable majority,
against the will not only of tba kiag and
.his ininistry,' but against tha will' of tha
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, The subject of the Internal Improvement
of our State ia daily forcing itself upon
tis. We may delay acting upon' it for a
short time but it will be only for a short
time. Tha march of our aister States in
s the race it to rapid and at the ; same time
ia of such nat benefit to their ' citizens,
that we cannot much longer remain " idle j
the current. ' Let us begin to examiie
the different ? plans which have been or j
uny ue prcscntod to hj for the accom
plishment of this object Let us wi-h
them calmly and dienresionately. lM us
lay aside prejudice and the passions which
nisy have been enitle'redin jiartv'. Let
one thing in-particular ha eonsultrd ,
Ckr.tfintiu.l, By - ehoftotioss we do not
Blew that which costs the jeaet money,
fiir from this, those thine which eost the
leaf we often find to he the dearest. Put let
is Ionic to that plan which will d the
fcM.good.in proportion'to the amount of
ney necessary "for its accomplishment
we will be ireryapt to fall upon the best
one. The sooner, we begin seriously to
teflect upon this important subject,; jthe
hetterr iviioatdebt-We are
t peace wh the world; There is no
violent party eojitests to draw off our at
tention from a dispassionate consideration
Of t lie Hubject The low price of our pro.
ductu now, make the coat of transportation
Wore apparent to us all and consequently
the necessity which existe, for lessening
that. cost. When we got twenty-five or
hfrty dollars for our Cotton, we did not
Ul the c,hjLro of fiTy oy ItcvcWyilve cco
3ri,.(H Jiurn.il 1 ..a rro -.,.
mga fnr.!i bo ravs r,f this
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l:Mb-ntn, tiJIU it work. Spirit of
"v """v 1 nun j una 11
tin Iwn llm f 1. ..;.!. in . ,
rnunrii iiw, ., ,i.. IT-:. . . t ,.
(If Lf. Paul I4 .Wif tU 1 ilrr ?)t,at
prcamej t!,rt-iH tatw'f,ftm
OVCfacfoft!inMm!rcK'nt.-" tf'w .Vi th
' r it la tfw f jPrmogf ranLi of i'.U
Joly land of Patriflt. p,ey J Ntfa5ng.
"W0 ,r? fitrafWH in our trad with
frmgn wtwni, id ulifre wo cotilj I.
lroi'i but nitit tm 1!.-'
Bi .g difTcrcnci of price i a clear
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ir'i ' auovj Matcncei mioted by
tI,e H Mr Verplaak i.1 his If tier to Col.
THfT,iad his asWt to Us truth. Yet
h d-mes the identical doctrine when td
tanccd by Mr; BfcHum. We re.
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r)' wrtMaauie mamikctures were the
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Northern manufacturer. , Now where Is
th d,Rl,rf w this doctrine and
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th" of Vt. FrtaUuiT There is none.
jpj ae the same. Yet this mighty
TariflW. to the on.
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the iniquitous mien, should the
pka oft jil(ribu,ion ,'hft
' um .w,!nw . nftM,,.,iAn M:.,
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ltctdbone who MSnti t0 1
moment his avarice is
- .1 Mr. Verplank may be
his notions, hut this' glaring inconsistency i
makes us believe that " bis honesty ill not
Wa have frequently jWn asked
the question what specific object of Inter
n at Improvement we are in favor of, since
we are opposed to the construction of a
rati road from Fayctteville to this place.
This is a question not fr us to answer.
Our object has been and still is to lay be.
fare our readers all the information that
wa can collect upon the subject of Inter
nal Improvements; It is the duty of the
people to say what system they will lve.
Wawer copoeed to a road from Fayette
ville hecause we thought it tretttnat. Up-
0n this subject we have laid aside all sec-
W'N 8. iL tl,at Pn
which we think will be of the most bene-'
fit to the whoU State. And we hope that
every man who has at heart the welfare
of our State will do the same.
fT Iicnry Clay has been elected to
the nate of tho United States, from Ken
tticky for the next six years, by a majori.
of n "" t vnrr . Col. Johhsori was his most
a nan for the Presidency, who can only
carry the vote of his own State by a ma
iorityp t Wfl thinlt that Mr. Clay
had litter Cincinatu-like, retire to his
farm in Illinois and there spend the re
mainder of his daysHe has already
done enough for glory. His name alrea
dy stands-enrolled amonii those who
have puslrctl their country 4 the preoipice
of destruction by their unhallowed ambi.
A dinner was piven to the Hon. R. Y.
Hayne and to Gov. Hamilton at Pineville
on the 20th ult. as a token of the esteem
of their fellow citizens of that place.
Tho legislature of Georgia has .nomina
ted Genl. Jacksoo W a candjdate.fl).rt))0
A frr-wi.I-Mt of OxtIV.u
"It iitai-l lv a rnrrp-.p.ridnt fiftlm f ,,rl nnrxercMn of pawcr. Mr. Craw.
tUbigh negtrr that the K.n. Jumet Uas fiti wmJr ttt l' -TWiiTi Mr.
ortlie U. 8. Crom the Wilminoii dMrict j ' , '!,, 'flad ta Internal Im
wi! wssn,'ftn arcouat bf bad Lcalih.i teMllyJlie. gcrd, govcromeol f (lie
. . .;V ;Vv:"":.Jr,Wf;'l getd.'g'romfi t triale
We n informed . by Mr." John Mftytoprhtlmk fur lotcrnol Improvements
Tiiorr.a.; Jaitir of Davida'm County, that li l,w irtJcIe 10 Mr dey'e.: rrcd.
the jiiil rtf that County is now r-nV, M, h'at has bocorne of the eood eld custarns
Tlwe has not oceorrcd Iirfure tinco KtvM W Theii men Voted frmcn Vnn
son Us been it County. - firw'fifti tww- they vole f r nen without
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A Mr.. P.lut r.f person .count,
wU had a Rsttlsna!;" ca jrd, was' bitten
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torpid m) ca iha'jCMr Nov. . He if.
f'r" the nKt exerunatlo jia and died
in about 0 hours after the bile.
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You will see frn'n tlie 'pspers of this
pTac, the rzantzntir! the twn hnutca
' the two hnui
afure-and ; the-election of
neaVer.. -Y., U m.
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wlw is a cenUeman of amiable manners"
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vention candidate and by the Eastern
P.,r.. ..j .k ii
rederahdts and their influenee. The
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election of the speaker of commons also
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requires explanation i Mr. Fwher arrived .
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here much indisposed, so as to confine him-
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to hie room and thus he Was rendered on-
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able to counteract the efforts made aga nsf
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him. ITe had to encounter oppos,t,on
from two quartera. First tomjm anti. j
conventionists of the North East, who t
were anxious at the beginning of the se..i
rear luivnrHi wno hit BO SO ICIDHIS I0r Hie
t .f. r-r : : :.:
rryeiteviJie- mr. i nner t,as steadily re-;,
.u-cu p,cs niiawi .n ..ror oi ray.
etteviUe,andtherefosethywhed to de-
feat his election, but in this they failed.
ph. i iBiirra riHinmus nai URRn a Down
bere before the meeting of the legislature,
that he sctod in mlation to this matter for
the good of the blr and not with a view
to the interest of a part. Hi political
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enemies about home knowmg these to bo " ' J
, . , ... A , : Gen. Brvan and occupied by Mr. M. A.
h.a aenumanta. .zed the occasion to ral- Sinill) ttMmmlM tml WM
lv th FavettevtHe interest afpuaat him and totally cnnmimed. Mr.- Smith saved his
micceeded. Mr. Sawyer and hi? supporters furniture, Ate. but Mr. Parham lost a con
wore manly Republicans, who preferred siderable amooot in Working tools. Tba
P:flt.. lUnrv n,1 1,. IAU f,
A I9HWI w imiu ii" iaum nw vw 1
jeopardising the good cause. Mr. Saw
yer, therefore, after the 1st ballot per
ceiving the object of his opponents, very
promptly and magnanimously withdrew
from the contest and united in the elec
tion of Mr. Fisher. , ,
His Excellency Gov. Owen ia on the
ground, repaying by his exertions, those
who aided him last year in his efforts for i
the United States Senate.
Report also says (what I regret to state)
that Genl. Iredell was gonoroUa enough
to assist the legislature in the organiza
tion of the two housws ;--aiid you know,
these old Federalists have a remarkable
faculty in scenting out their man.
We learn from a letter of a later date
than the above that Messrs. Scott, Pear
as candidates for Solicitor of this district.
The Cape-Fear Members,, it is said,
with two or three exceptioni are opposed
to convention, unless it be limited to the
object of removing the seat of Govern
ment. This is a convention for their tn
tfT'f not oti. fThis is a Convention
which the West docs not want and which
the West will not have. Bo they, may
change their fu,
r!,Vl courmf TI117 r ann-.t : ?fr. ;
C - y i l.-.-W.W.if. fir. Cnf,rd
Vni ijnw,l to tlifl rTorrin of implied
p rr ConrM f Mr. Clay jf in favor
C0,fuJtln? pr!ieifIe. Tltn the people!
". 7 '!:,,l(,e(, l .pr:iple; now thry are
f Ul' h
men. U'lin tfinll we et a
return of tho pood old customs of our
fathers t ' '03.
Foi TH M'tiTE?t CAtOtl.TIA.
-A writer in the YadkiiiJ and Catawba
Journal undsr the aignatuwof 'Spectator"
aaysthat the citiwns of Balisbury have
given over all notions of doing; any thing
Inore npon the subject of Internal Improve,
menfs. This is a lihst upon tle town.
..The riftMTM nt &V,U.. ..!
'wprovemem 01 me
sm m at., f f - -
Wata as they aver d d. It s true that
t.Sl.. a. ..... A a - t m
n the eiuse? necaunethey are not readv
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to direct their efllrts to any. ff obv
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ject of improvement can it lie inferred
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thatther never, intend so to dot" Thev
know and the. writer too ought to know
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that a memondl from the citizens of 8al.
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isburyaoe would have no effect upon the
lewalature. They want other countiel to
nd toev .v tW
fc of a ,
&- t0 u onft
j and dispassionately upon tha mbject and
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U.i Wl. t '.1. . V y W V
ucceM illaU our former Mndertskinrs,
tm, they krww too that our brmer under.
ukinr, w8re un,uccci,fui, because our
pUns wew formed tnd adopted without
reason or reflection.
A tmin or SAtuncat.
On last Friday, about 3 oclock, P, M.
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Samsbvbt, Dec. 6, 1 831 -
Cotton in seed - 1.631 to 1:75,
Salt . -Iron
6J to V,
16 a 19
Fivittrvruj, November 23.
941 a 44:
9 a iO ;
40 a 60;
-,65 a 7$;
"-7 50 a 8 50 ;"
. 15 k 00 j.
. . S5 a 37 J ;
.1120 a 125;
. . 75 a 00;
- . . 40 a 00;
Cotnrtu, Nov. 81.
Brandy, cog. gll. - '
do Peach, -. ' ,
Cpyon iuferioj tp pujr
150 a 225;
'30 a 40;
.45 a 50,-
jf . Hl.H l,i iicci tU j.uL5s.ti
dels pnvidvrf with commodious sure
huuics lorifilng Coi'ion iod ott.tr pro'
ouce nu pmjxurs m.ikfrt tbe r tdith
Ctl, lhrn rrjlimd. lU . oitUI.
one orthf U,-'i k Tc nrmjtmV C4U of ttsi
1 umcr s 1jh4. . A r.i'tis uni suppli of
i.'l hf kept on iuud and 1 ordnfifrci
un-ry panoyaUf aHf Orttd trW
; ' Calawla bond for Sale.
PURSUANT to a petition fi:ed hr tl
Court of Coullf of Linirln rmitf..
i. I,sc VV, llsvnc, Ilsrrlet EiohsTandf
Sri Hfne,inft.nt, by their Ourdla,
4r,d la obrdienca to a decree of ald
Court, I inall tell, at PuhJn Auction, bt
fore ibe Court IIooe dwr In LlncoWon,
on the If h dij of Jacosry. wcr, be
ing TuKdif ot t be . County Court,) a
luable TlKt of Lmd, Irlng In sU
rpny, ijesr ihe BfTo Shsl, en.h
Cuiwba' river, coetslnlng about
rrra.',-",.,-. ",.-'. t; .'
Tha above lind h rrrrttrnied to hm
first rs as to soil, and waif limbe reU"
with a small improvement, and abeni 29
or 30 seres of freh.clesred ground. . '
-Parsons witling tp pwrchtta a goodLf -farm,
would do well to view,' the premie-'H
es,an4 attend tba Salt. t-.,- ', , . y
'- Condi; Ions. one and two' years tredl
botd and epproved securiti required,' ' V
By order of the Cfurt," , .
JNO, D'llOKE, CUrk nd Matter
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& FEM ALE SCHOOL.
rT',,'E bfl'h , ,, e kmii teacher ia,
Siateifitte b i - .'jf restored aa . to ' "
'iusiiff tha belief tbst tba eiercitaa of
the School In that pia-a will be renewed .... -oo
tha first diy of Jsnuary. Brancbev y . jf
taogbt, and term4fof tui-Ion as former If
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HAS been removed far
a 'hoit time to tha
-use. in the rear of hi
- --w v, vihp
unfinishrd Hatc. U-prftti
suoru usual accommodations to hra
Irienda and old Customrrs. f . '
SSaititl n cares u jot mtikt
jiai and mer aopp'r of Uooos, whktt
Uh ha former stock, eompriaa ever) -ait klo" '
uwialK kapt ia a Countrletad store, wbica bo "
wilt ae low for cub er . a a short ertdit to L.
punctual deakra. The nnblie- are reepeetAiUf ' ' 1
r queued to eH and jutle for tbfimaalfeu
Hs aim eoitinues the bbanufarture t4 Initial 1
andTls Waat, warranted to ba dc of tho ;
beat material, and in a wipei-tar ai fe' f wo
manahip. Having a very laree stock ef Tut
ware on band and being Utrn.iited Jd setl If
at reduced prats nefabaiita would do ! to
call on bim and ret th. I ruppl. .
iuy Old Coppe-, Pewtei.Ftatbert' Tallow 1
Beeswax, and IVooh taken in exebanta -
Joseph Conradj r i
, If CABINET MAKI5R :' Y
INFORMS tba citizens of Saliabury ati'j
tbe public jeneraliv that he, bai cooa
roenced ibe Cabinet Business' on raaia
itteet a' few . doors , est of the Court
House, where he will bs happf to s'tend
Mll orders for work In hit luia.' : Those f
who rnay want Furniture, would do well ,
to call and ilea his- , Ha has several pie
ces now; finished, and intends to kep j
general assortment on band, made of Ma-' ,
hoeany and Maplej Walnut, &c. . ; V
Having a Urge supply of the tboves
timber on hand well seasoned, he ae
surea.all who tnsy ff rour him with their ;.
patronage, that he will mike them tool"! -substantial
work, end at prices to correa
pond with tba times. Orders lor fuma
tura will be Dromotlr attended to bv Na
than Paiks, who attends to this establish- 7
ment, or myself in Lexington, DavidionC
; 5t3 Salitburtf December ti. 3l.
THE SubKnber propvaes to ope a aaekoi'
in Salisbury N. C. on Monday the Snd o
January 1832. " '
Sates or TuitionDor the various branches)
of an Enfliih Education 6 per aewioa (of five,
montha) . .
For all the branchee;bfae1aaaieil F-ournonv.
praparatorr to admission late Cotkg S fsti
tetsiun. . . . : "
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