Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
Dec. 12, 1831, edition 1 /
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Oi i,i !i it f M
tVt; j. , Ti i t'ij r ii1158 Ml tha
tniliti kms a 1 1 th ii!t!i-J lrirt bfl
'!ru,to-J to to'-iire i it tho erp'-diervy cf
uw ptr iiu th li.Trmr p-f r
o fnrruS the tlt.T rent v.!iiitt-"-r c omptri
!' in this itato with iTnin, nnl iKmt they
fcp'fl liy tiU or Alherwi. s
Mr. Montgomery, of Oranf, presented
the fill ming resolution, wlikh wts read,
and, on If. motion, ordered to lie ujxui I ho
table-, i i ,
li$U-t, l, That rr Senators In
tiungrets be irfttnietcd awl our Repi-caml
ryes be requested to resist and ppoee en
, fMotxififi r revival' of -the charter of
the Hank of the United EtaUe. -
Mr. M'Farland prcer-nted the totewlnt;
, Hofoluiftn, m hicb wii idopled I -
bercae much , dirtrtf ir-faction txmt
jnnnn'lhft tUizent if Ihie Elate, owing to
.the lute inaarrctinnary movaaiontf iuvt
' ' rur uejro population, which wai itutigat
i dly wgropnrncher; thirtrct
k id vtd. That the Judiciary
I so t) iwHructcd is innuira i'it( the f
iVncy of ao amendiuff tha lawa of M
( ; 4 i i.tt, at to prevenf Najrjofa; bond or fro,
fro ii praachiog! alto to tmpoae a pnaJ.
. . m all ptraont who aJiall, irretij or
' i.-Hlirectly, ollow nff roe a t ateoib!e on
' h'm or their, laud, either by eilt or day,
V exeapt it ba at a pTeacIurg by wbita per.
tout. . ..', , . '' '
.Oa motion cf Mr. Uawpcr, U Gatea, .
0-Vwlut d, i".Tbat the committed wt o
."touch of (bo Gorern or'a mtaa ga at rrla
Jatci t iavea, free pertona colr, aed
. ' jcenlianr twilication. ba i iitnictol to
inquire ii:to the expadiociey of prohibiting
rvcry e aef from allowio j hit tlere to go
lUlarjo, and make or propose aay. eon
T . Iracta, or undertake any work whatsoever,
. rr to execute any Joba ia any frm or
mode, tn!ce auch owner thall nava prcti
nu!y, in ovory auch cose, made the cen
" -troct hiwlf and nUi ipultod to rr.
'.' I the procooda )nmlft with Uare te
T'.nrt bv bill by thcrwiae. ,f" ' ' -'
' '' ' K-Wr.Tbat the committee on the
. militia lawt and publio arma be inatructcd
i. to jquire whether any aud wnat amcno.
' m'iiU ar npceaaarr to the lawa pircrib.
in l!e mode of ortferiny out fha militia
of t'ait Stat in ease of inwrreetioo orin
vasin ; and that they tme leare la report
Ky toll or otherwise. . . v t . . - if
On motion of Air. Sea ell, 'i
Jlrwi.. That the committee on the
.4 w ,J;fdiriary be instructed to inquire bta tha
citxtfiiencT of anoointini an ainl to row
!!ct cridence, and atteo'I to tha aurteyinj5
.tlie landa of which art tha. mibjct' of
euit now penJmj in tho Supreme Court
fthit State, iu.titutxi by the Attorney
GricralTn beliaTfof 1'ie "fetale, to Tacate
-crtaiu grarOa of land lying in th Chero.
ke nation ; and that tb committee ba di-
reeled urtherio-iriqutr into lha. expftdi.
ct aJontiajr any mraaura that they
may deem necerary for tha protection of
th rights cf the Hate in relation to eaid
Ails fircBtntd, read th'Ji't tiau a"tf
, By Mr. Guinn, a bill directicgtbeGor
Trnr to convty certain lamia to the coon
- ty of Macon, and to estahliah Franklin
Aeadomy. Ordered to be ralerred to a
oeicl committee. Meatrt. Guinn,v Par
ham, Simmons, Williama and ..Urillaint
. waf appointed to form aaid committee.
. fiy Mr. Allen, a bill to repeal an act, pas-
f rl la the year 1629, entitled an act for
tho improremcnt of the road from the Old
Fort, iu Darke, to Ahville, in Buncombe.
41y Mr. Martin of Rockingham, a hill to
ostabliah a Bank on the funds of tha State;
thich wat ordered to be laid upon tho ta
.ble and be printed. '. ? . , -
- HOUSE OF COMMONS.
A bill was presented by Mr. Cmmit which
pasted its present rending to repeal an act
pa Med at the Semion ff the Legislature,
in the year 1830, entitled an act to pro
.muii mo circulation in mis ome, ancr uie l
fime therein specified, fjank notes un j To be referred to a eclcct committee.
dcr tee denomination of five dollera issuod j By Mr- Haywood, a bill to amend an act,
1ty the Banks of other States. ' ; passed in 1 8, Aap: 1, entitled an act,
A racwage from the Senate was receiv-; to provide a revenue, Ace.
Cd informing that they had passed the (Pn-,' A bill to incorjorate tho Wilkea Coub-
rosscd bill to repeal part of an act passed Uy Volunteer C'ompany of Artillery passed
...Jn the year ;JOT7 rHi4e thev "iiia'tui'ern w'uwd & thirdrerTing: 7
in which lands should theSerJje adver- f
Anson and Surry t and the ngiWCf,e.
solution directing tne l-rka ot tha ti
. Iou.ea lo purchase certain books -Tnw
liH above mentioned waa read, and, on mo.
r: HSon .of Mr, Wyche, kid a the " table.
Tin rcsoluticn waa also read, amended
,anl ndopted." "
r j6k. firetentfd tS( fiattrd their fir tt read '
By Mr. Courts, a bill to regulate costs
ia certain c"atcs. Lr.v:3Ir.' 1 Whit aker, a
vWfl to amend the 1 Oth eection of the net
.-Wjdsacmojy, cnap. y ; passeu in toe
; er 1819, prescribifi the- mode of sor
'ytymg uxl wiling the lands lately aequi
tfCd by treaty from the Cherokee Indians.
Sj Mr, Monk, bill to pevrnt protract
ed and vexations ,' litigation, by enlarging?
the jurisdiction of justici1sf the peace out
v.; ;-;;. , .
7l.V..erff T'lil.tV fft r.
trnl ! nviv-
i'J..i' H'.l t
1 it '- i
rv a ii'-I I t whtl m n iiirl of
tli h, h ab i f the prif t!c -jri-t"
I I ili'i n h ' I'm f 'ats an I th.it thy
I.it I( a i r i
rt by Will or t!!.' i?.
,. Tucilvj. Xor. 21.
IU. Sewell, from (' " joint telnet e w.
mittte t9 whom was rturro ! th rel-i-Hon
i.wtni-tin-' t!jvri Io inmiire whether
the House it which the hhilure is
Convrued it within the limit af the C.tv
f Raltigh Sc. cVc. wada a detailed r
p'irt throoo rhick was ri a l,
Hf. fT mion,'j(ere'l t Uo lail ti'a
lh Ubla, la printed, . o:t copy for
each mmW.' ' . . '-. ...
Mr Oainn preientcd tha fJlUving ' re-
aolution, which wat read and laid npoa the
Rmttvrd That the eomoiittea of Fii
".uaneeba intrusted to io'juire iirto the
aiH"T Pclan?in? the mod -of -re-
! tha purcbi
purchase a tha Cherokee la lt and
that thnr renor; by bul of ot'iermse.
. Mr. Brwnri) presented resolutions to
the f IlowLi cJllc, which were read the
first time and passed. That the Gorer.
nor be reiu-rteJ to hare all the mane.
drawrof's and plant Utljf it the' poasea
tioo of the Engineer itliis State placed in
hit oflicej that tboee requiring rpnire, be
repaired at tht expense of the Flat, to
be paid by tlie Treasurer on the warrant
of the G.;vonior, and be kept tndur hit
care, fiuhjoct to the Inrther ditpcatition of
the General Assembly ; That the Govern
or be raq'ieMad to employ an a rent te ar.
ranje aw put in order tne nnport behij.
jnir t ) the lKth Homes, ana others Mvtd
daring the burning of the State House ;
that he evite them h le delirred to the
projer officers of the Statvend tSat the
erpenes of eo doing ba oV frayed by tht
Public Treasurer oo the warrant of the
Governors ;j , ,;'. ; v. t a
"SuhirewmrJ. - By Mr. CaHwell,'
bill to pment the fuISini of timbtr ia'f rr
ot herwiM oUtructinjr the channel cT the
,.... v-.il:- , i -j ..
, "-' . lain, in i;rr r"un in i rracn.
nv Mr. il-Am. . Kill i, ,k-
JriVt .7.n "".
rrfect nnt.v, ufjustjca cert.m
Vlt ll'tf' KL'tr?'
rr.T' T,'!'' n' raa will ever proceed from I
an act l pnhiUl the circulation in thia ',u., t. ... ,: :i'r.
&.aie, a.ler the time therein motioned, of
k.i .1- .iitt iV-V
un'iu'iciuiio?ruooiuars, iuj oy Dank?
of other States. . By -Mr. Dwhouh, a bill
to rental an act. entitled an art fiin- fl.
i mm hemfter to be paid to the State for
xaeant lands fwed in 1818 Tbje bills
waresererely read, the first time, and the
three last the first time and pasxd.
rrnIf iT f ik. n
I ft" " wiuiiriu,
....o.u.iw.1 mo iwii ini ij j io in
sure the fiur raWion of lands in this
Statey whea thewme shall be'ipyen in for
ttTitionj and propomng it be refsrred to
a joint select committee to he comDoaed
InnmtiHiiia tk. Ti'LuJ.-. u A I 'll .
of on member from eaah Cprt2regfcionaLl
oismerAtjreed t j.
Oj motion of Mr. Akew,
,r'rf, That a mestace be sent to
the House of Commons, proposing to raine
a j Mni aeiact committee to take into con
ekleration that rmrt nf th TmaiM.'. D- 1
port which relates to the repair of the
State House, and tliat ' they report what
a: 7u.n . i" . .Y . .
uinuiNuiuin mi a imbb wwjmrtm w wwtm rtAiii w
lb. : extractor frf TSJ. wblth
payment shall be made accordin? to the
terms of the contract.
On motion of Mr. Martin, of Wilkc
Ktnh4 That the committee on Mili
tary Afliairs be instructed to inquire into
expediency ofefrcctually preventing slaves
irom auenaing review s, general musters,
battalion and company musters, and elec
tion grounds and that the said committee
report by bill or otherwise.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
.j 'ltilft r ad and fiwed the J!rtt timr.
By Mr. Barriner, a bill to incorporate
tlie Mecklenburg Oold Mining Company.
Mr. Freeman introluced tho followinir
" 'Metpfd. That-the committee on the
udiciary be instructed to inouire into the
tpediency of so amending the laws re la.
tlwgto slaves hiring their own time as to
increase the pnnalty, and render t!te' fact ,
more ausceptible of proof: and that they
report by, bill or othe rwis.
The second balloting far Solicitor of the
eccond judicial district, resulted in the re
election of Stephr-n Miller, 4 7
1 be following is a statement of the bal
John Sin?!otary 73 , ,81
Watrus Beckwitb J 5 withdrawn
A messago from the Senate, agreeing
to ballot FiTday nex for r Solicitrr i
thrdn Ji'..Jic.! district.- . j .
-at HwWseJprescDtea apcuuonvoro
nv-r ri1. U"f:rrtlt' tJia c .. n l' '
I ilrrwl I.n;ir-ivTn'"ilii. '
Afr. Callo,iy. prwvitolr- !
t!r.wi it tho'ijinin of t'-'J ; ' 1 "
i,nl.!irt lanfifif I'. f-. hf'! 1
Cirinioi iir-f'rtf of n'l ll1
li itMnli rmxTtiVlr I i"' l liini ' i "
lui U hue been ceded to the general r,v'
ernmant br the Klatei, outfit to have ln
anl i'itoI 1 be applied in accer lance with
tha cewn aettt andiiiwtniriinjwir mem
brrt of Con jrent to tit their aicrtiiit to
hiv a'ltir a'id equal application of the
K'iMie Liii'li:' which wera raad. and refer
rHtoa sehct committee compod of
Mewr., Calloway, ?orth, S-awell, Wii
kf and Tliaiaas, and orJtrcJ to be, priu
tod. . ,y. ' ; V ," r
, Lf Etecrrtti PmiTitYr,- - r'
V' A-AWfev'AiCra. VvlS. I8JI.
' 1 eubmit 1 1 the General Assembly for
itf contidarafioq copies of two communi
cation! received yesterday, purporting to I
oe sipo i vj nenry uaiawio, i-q. vno im.
the justieea of tha supreme Court orihe
United flutes, and to be citations to the
State of Georaia, to appear in the Su
preme Court ou the second Monday b
J anna rr natt to shew cause before that
Tribunal, why two aercra! judgments
should not be set aiiJo, which hare been
lately rendered in the superior , court of
fie county oi u winaeu ajrainst panmei a.
Worcester 'and Elixur Butler, for a riola
ti on of an existing Law of the State, com
mitted within its jurisdictional limits.
Also, a copy of a notice purporting to be
signed by tVm. Wirt, and ihn Sergeant
as conwt for Samuel A. Worcester and
Elixur Butler, informing me of an intended
appltcition to the' Supreme Court, for a
heariag on Write of Error filed by those
The Prions obtect of the oroeeedinM t . . .r v-
o which this not.ee and tbesec.t. ion, , re , tb,u frnn Uttcf - - , m at;W .abrtf on. ,
hi" q,0!, r!?-mpC -tof '-In EngUod, ere Ion, (say twelve) I
n vested b our Conrtitution' in the BJti)J
inrCWof the aereral CounUea of hJ7j Si
,f- r ,t. r,.. . , -
I . "Z. CTr" ,u '"P'vwiD
the l)oiod States, u a fundamental De.
! t f ,h ?9ni Q(irtrnmla.
i-cM me to hdul,e ,hc eant hae,
' . t c a. . tt
InJ n flne Sovercisrn Btatca of this U.
nion ia the free eierciie '( its Corutitu
tioi al,t riminal,pri me ral jurisdieti n-,'The
powers not d?leijatd by the Comtitution
to the United Futos, nor prohibit ad bv it!
to tho States, aro r:s;ned to the State j '
f i .. ; 1- .i !
repect'Viv. UCh a Control over our'
cnmn.ai jiinsaicimn; at inese proeeaini?t
if ia lielievd ho. not Uen data,
gated to the United States, and consa-, tr ne ' tuuatun m fflf mand them. J eu, and a rtispoaition evinced to cu:tivats
quaatly cannot be acquiesced ia or sub-! " no1 ' ,he iwer of nf tifit.i-l Jtiea and cherish a good underttanding.
mitted to. ' ; sure to give that realVtlief to sgricul
a- ... . iv ... .Is to any ohar mod of ocruo.tion. ' ' - '
rijrhtofn st-f .to jov.lhenlirapu
r.Uonth7"Turial Limi.VJn7? ' ,0rotc"'i0'' of thejuumbfrof etudenti connected wjth this
to punish all ofrnces committed againwt lpeP iwio. . ia,titution ia 404, frraduatee 16S, under
its laws within those Limits, (due regard . grn-luatea 238. 01 the graduates 81 are
being had to the cases expreanly excepted! earnestly recommend to our read- theological atudents, 41 law students, aruf
by the Constitution of the United States)'6 of U Pr.tiM week.jr paper publish- 96 students attending the medical lee
would be a usurpation of power, never 00 io thi,citF by C(n1y Eq.turea. ThoCoIle Library forthecim-
I K?nted by th1 Sta?. .
: whne.flr ,ma(!' W,H rha.,Jf"
Such an attemnt
nge thf most
determined resistance. an,! if n.revr i
. j -- - r,-i-wiv
1 will inevit,bly,evernuae in the annihiU:
tion of our beloved Union.
In exercieioff the duties of that depart
merit ef the i Government which deeilw.,
t i- I ,, .., .. ,
rvn me I w I nunmrl all iin.inatitiili.nl
: repositions; of whatever character or or
igintbv may be , and to tbe brt of my
. 1-1 ;:-" ;ii' , , ji r ju l
abilities, will protect and (leforidthe nzhts
, .1.- a.-. . l ,i - r ii j 6 "
of tV State, and themeam aToroed me to
maintain its Laws and Constitution.
e have r hi ' j comi st-d he Jnur
n.i oi inc- r oeri v.i veni mn. uur res
. L . ' ,JzlJ,r ",rm 'nc rn
ire offici-l rcrord of n,e fornnsiion rf the
Constitution. Ihd 'he debates been a-
aers, ne reiore, nave oeisie mmt the en
k-n down as they ocrured.bv a renoa-i a
pher, hry would t.-ve been or h( ole uk
bi: 4ye. at the present d. In the
Journal of - dr.ibrat..r bodr, b it 0,
u-imI to r.co,d the speeches nod remarks
rennt aiklcned foe ana ann-.n - nrnnn.i
. ,w ' l.. .!' Z ." .
appear ' Du-ing the fie mom h' sestnn
of the . Convention, mueh debate must
fhtve taken plsce, snd prnbhbly not a psr
agrsph, phrase, or, word, wai introduced
into the Consti'ution, withou a complete
investigation n'to i Import. And yet,
o uncertain and ind finite is all human
language, that in less than half a rehturr.
so great a diversity of .entimen prevail
s to the meaning of certain expressior -in
that instrument, that bv one paty, the
G6e rnme ftT etabliherl by it, it" t npp,
ed to te a Confederation of States, pos
sessing limitf V'wers, and by noth i
party, one cr-nvolidated State, posessin.
unlimiter' powers. Much light couM, ntv
doubt, be tnrown upon many parts ot 'n
p oi eedirigs, by a careful and aUentivr
perusal f their contents, ad bv rtm .
p-Vm.' fnem ith o'her part; -d.
:vre .i'enr"i:gi ;ur reader, nun. r
oigenutoDcn or leisure, who are io(!obtrcfurm VU eatjurX-; as our extracts fjom
nVmmint lh tht vM, rc eaT C;
Mi e tne'rt "o u -
4iio!n.' The F.xpo'i h- U t I-r
tin to tha Lnr,h!i"i-e . f r!r)lnl.
pu)!ihfd Bl.ntei ( I V. ci. fod(ht h
t,jttf the Federsliv, would 'l
ihrowin;adrliilB4l bljht "p"" C "
lifodoii i and nerer thero mourn
.; ih.nm.rnmtrt WSt C at ibtt, St
whirh thd!ntil n of coud d. m-ur
good than at the rte. - -
(iff i CtniUiuii.
IitrnnUv vt.. tht AmtrUkn SyUtm.
Th. miuuftv of tui tountrr"i' i
. ,.M.t.MitH an wri.Y to fiirl iul fjifxfil 41
rhttpenlnt; tne p'od-i lion of common
tltt, whilt tha Ameiicm Srifem l eq'M
:v airatiHns .10-Pitrcnt prlt.es tram
fslllng. S'aould the f. titled In the
fallowing article he ter, r e, s-
brint iJowh the plea of lberfcwe U
betr the wteacr'et, who stcribe alt ion
prettmerits to-lhe Atrericsn 'Srticin
in J nofhlng to he 1.''doitryrikilf,sod
enterprlaof tbtireoui'r"nn txelalm
hkilha Tatiff felt broUZBt. flOWn U'U
price of leather) altboufti . bidet ere ttf
mit'eddu'r I'ee. '' '
V MWa und?rtttnd fil lmportnt Iro
provemeat bit bsen oWe In the pro:.
of tanning, br which considertblt New
it ttxrd to the mtnoftcturer, and what
it of Infinitelw more consequence to tt e
contomtr, ha quiHiy ol the leather
greatly cftbtncef. It contlttt In pre
ps-ing the Mdet fjr Jht reception of th
btrk, wiihoot (he aid of lima, which hpa
blthcrte been defined t indiipentabe
coneomiunt.' Thit Itefftctad by wht
if icMnrlrf termed The Cool Sett
ingiocsM," and It uld to be let liahl"
niaiurethe leather tbtn the old node.
rcSghthetrler, and wtrct ruooh bogeu
Tha patentee! are Meitrt. Shove
lection of their alake in tlio country. Tho
- ; -se , J
1 Snti1t!Mknt frtmnA iwIia Vaa tril1v r. .
uiuun",! nti; wwi a ub iwrciuorr inimuer oi me
poor will be relieved m a creat measure pnblican on the Rofonn Bill " foun !l on
from the burdona imposed through the a paper in the North American deyotad
Excise and Customs, and we shall see 'to a consideration of the Prospect of Hs
Free Trade then exittia in a manner form in Europe. The tiowt and suei,
which will aompel its adoption by other tiotis of the American writsr are tmted
eouatriet in spite of themielvee.,, with much respect; and acknowledge ! to
It is to the tncrrs'ine wealth of the
nanuftctnring popuotion and tha pro
or industry snd not to trtlBci.l re i
tiulations for .cresting high priren, tha.
I f.-om kap nrfftenl kurrrtk. hitl fnr ih I
"''Ouni'f mun iuvii not niy i nuni
i poer of mking frS exertions, when-1
i r ' ;
a . . . a
A-i -j ii. - ar . -.r w . w
CB,loa In 1auner 01 UIW onawuiiou.
Tk... :h -.1 : - : .k. J i
auuT win iimu ih ii iuuuuiui uivucti ui
m gr Aeeonieut and flanger that hare
i- . . ....
, . . .
7 LUrX-J will
aiw nnd tree and interesting discussions
T IS TuiT
YJ-'!? tbe Uni,,., kav
Buuuaucu. i ne man oi piam common
sen., who is anxious to make himself ac
quainted with tbe science of government
nations depend, will find in the work mat
ter which ia suited to his wants, as well
aji It tVinae nf alateamon tA nkilfMnnKars
- - - - HIH l".lV-l.UMVl(N
p.---:.n- .t u- . .: i
' are about to enter into a new condition t)f
public aflairs, upon a conti
foristx! will be dangerous, ;
.thaj Wety of the Union, a.
nuhlie flnim. unon a ennteatvKieK if
no man who has
ml fhe AalaKKak.
r-..J . k -u-..u
unaCouainted with the matters treated
f in Mr. lUguetVpaper, by diatingnUhed
The pricc f, fiye Mt J01ir
.. . . r I
ndy Kague-t, Esq. Mat,
The rejection of the Reform Bill, in
the House of Lords,' has produced a tre
mendous sensation that has couvuloed the
entiro population of Great Britain and
Ireland; and nothing but the daring cour
age, and invincible patriotism of the pres
ent Ministers, could have arrested the
revolutionary avalanche that impended
over the government of England. The
unsiiakrn firmnr9, and unconquerable
spirit, of the premier, and of his matchless
colleagues have shivered the sword of
revolution which hung suspended over
'King William's head by a single hair.
To those Noblemen he 6tands. indebted
fr histhr6ne and to their wise judicious,
and lihoral measures, must the future his-
tohnn impute his rescue from the fate of
('hnrle-j f. But the storm 'lias only been
atille.', not stopped, ns nthing f-hort of
VY V"1. WCMM' 8"'nrnx p
and the pnnciplee npon wnich t he wea th .
. r ' . Vthia
of individuals as we I as tbe prosperity of ,
. . . . 7 'brie
I- r. ,i
-i :.t ;
a - 1
vr r th' h Mi'
t' 1 1 ' i
tfvi tV ir i ii jmi' ni rv-i-ify n.
dii'lry rtn! :hii f P.firm "
i '. t. I I .i,.
I'r0' V9 , i- . ) ir
thec JjrtU, or e tf r-l hj tho ' jf
the p?rl'? ' f uI'Ti or V'v
will !Kvitil.!y tn! j.Uc er th- !;; . 0f
mitiy M.V.th. AVerrti-n thnt titl;fr
cul shall b3 JjcncHcial to Ircltjid.
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Tb" pipers fr ut Mirairi hati furtV.f f
fnlormati "1 reppocting tho election to ()(.
jrct. Tb" l'He ''r "" niimer y ,
siti'Kl libiit tin roi't of tho r tumas
liir at acci b-J'-i ft-'0' Ashley , '
iiclectrd by t great nwj rlty. -
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J - A propectai H t-wnl;r ,r!iJi!ihhj
t thai scat of .rvernmoiit a . r:aiw..kly -newspeticr,
to b rafld tje M UepuhJicae
HeraM" price f.. per annnm. It nil
adnate thecloction of Mr. Wirt to the ,
jVefidoncy. 'The Crt mlmber aS!l tx i,,'
sued at N)n at 1500 aubacribcra tluji
have been obtained.
Pvl fitni f ' .,0wjf in yttv Tort, )
i James Fiimorlley, and others hav eiu
en notice of their intoiition I apply to the
Itislatii'e f r an I'icorporation to cm.
struct a Ilail Road from Oswegu to Xiir.',
rf)r'at from 1,n"nrt. Tke Ar.'-
roer of him ifoi. Tli Portland Con
tier says, hifcrmation hit beq receired
in town, that the American pritAwrt cou.
fi-vvj at Fredaricktoo were dischiruod on
the Ith inSt. having bean pardoned by hit
Exteljency, hir Archibal1 Campliell,
Ltout. "orernor, Aic, ' ii ynsequf iv of
rec'immon'wtion to that eflbct from the -
f ' 'TJTl ""TV
. ipl .articl from Blanks
entitled, M Opinions of an 'American Ba-
be sound, and legitimately derived from
unquestionable premises. It ia gratifying
to witness the change which a few yeara
has wrought in tho minds of literary mon
in Great Britain, concerning the intellect
ual strength and attainmcnU of Amcri
takLi iwtiwfiral at aiip arant (rniii.i.
ch. mo wen uu Bur-cis ww in rcnpirw
Our books are liberally and (airly review-
.r ..7 .
.mon use ol tne wiioie university, contains
a . a m v
aa.uuu DooKB toe law iiDrarv duov. anj
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tha Medical 1000 total 37. WO. The
necesarv exnenset of an anderzraduate for
a year, included in the" college bills, u
79 do,llr8- 9,h,f "P?
the economy of each atudenU r
Wrdnrtdav, Nov 3 1 orM P.. f.
PI RE. A few minutei before 1 o'clock
morning, a fire broke out in 2 itory
brick bouse 230 Fulton street, the proper
ty of Mr. Brinkerhofl", and occupied as a
lottery and exchange office, by Mr. Thorn
aa Barker. The roof and interior of the
building were entirely destroyed. The
flames extended to the house 23, occu
pied aa a butter store by Isreal Cook,
where a part of the roof and the room in
which a large quantity of brooms , wero
stored, were destroyed. On the other
side the fire caught the roof of Inue 234,
occupied by Mr. Kershaw as a grocery
store. A considerable nuantitv of butter
which was stored io thetcellar of 5.30 wai
ditroyed. A part of the property was in
sured in N. River Insurance office.
Befre the engines had left this fire,
another was discovered. in Mill street, in
th- roar of No." 11. This building wan
occupied as a chair factory by Mr. Fred
erick, and is completely destroyed. The
building No. 13 which was the property
of the cong rotation of the .Synagogue,
(Sheareth Israel) yas also destroyed.
This latter building was used nvi tore
house by the Messrs. Planum, fVias Ac
Co. A larffe ounriily ofsuar an 'fher
property stored there was dsfroyerl.
The house NT,. 9. was slightly injured.
One f f the bide ivolls rf housi;' N'o. H fell
against the aide of the Synagogue, but tho
latter building has sustained hut little dam-
tour. ISt t.'ujr.
Of nVKST DESCKirT'il",
AT Tim W ilCE.
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