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fHifc ,KrT" TTM Ti.l.liaril.
... To i!n Hn tii of ViW". A. Cantltno,
Onrpa, Jlabomo, Jfiiu-i;i,ua'
.4. . If uitha fctfry italrj, Ur
- - vrr r : tu rrinis more pregnant thn
. - til otWisifh ths tilf rtiea of the R'Wli,
i " "' and the i future dotttny end extatinee
f the jrwtnmemY H the pteemY 'flu
. , . ' say event of lha pul4i debt dm bees View,
i , 4 with fd aniioty the period when
.. Ihff Southern oeojJe should It liberated
' Irnni Ihe galling amtioitt.. of UluT,
' " , wliick' they lave so often denounced as
- i 'wsinKtitmiimtl, unjust, and nmcnive;
.. . , n I shush they have submitted le, from
- - A patriotic lov of L'nimi, aa4 from a be
L JZ-.rllji I'nt lb. day of .tkur delivwaoce waa
a nv- vm wait eti xne iecir is
' -, a end of thtir thains heing lightened, a
. otinant majority, headed by a bold ami
. talented leader, art 'deviaiug wave snd
pmna by which the ayiiem is to U rivi.
tad a tbsra (or ever. Such ia the ob
Jret, and auch will be th affcrt if Mr.
ii'laj V pronoailion surct-ed. -Tbtleo.
-pi -of each one of your respective Bute
s tan appeal li public opinion, appoia
tH their-delegates to the free; trada eon-
er.i-,w They wire antioua lo 'avail
j thjifivdvea of other meis to strengthen
. vliJtffrti of their representation in both
'Hm Caigrcse,' andol brining lUa
'.- prtat qw:'to& ef their wronra bCra lLa
f misii9 efile io tka utM ifnfxvfinjf
Vrfl. Tfra ID rull oithe dntlera
liHt iT ihnl Cmpfition ara preeantrfd to
I vnzmm, ehaHAo(.tha vihm Ntboea
? Stat, dmply inierMtcd ba bardjjM
0i fl ioraftht fictwtn, not oy aidlnjj by
the if votea, but auMtainin io dme tlf
" "' freat pHnriplf-a i4 huirmo liberty which
- ra ao vitally involw d ' in all the diwua.
rU" on' the toriflf fthall outh Carolina
J lint the beiUa aloM, or will the other
- pithini Puta 'roi to ike rtirwt" t
' k'umI the disciplined eorM which the ' tea
I lad iulenC- I4fa"bfinj into the l4
tof! tbmr batilfa?4 The qmtion
may appear arewimptnnin,' but aolittk
'TTleiTiefO Ward in debate from thelen.
. M ra tke oftbt Snutb out of tha 8tat
iaai it waera the appearance of iiifliffiir.
"i ;W!t'"oa., tb,irpart, tu this all important
rtnwrfKM" A ' dutfBftmbod adoatf of
free tra.1a, ;at the NrtHhj writes Io bia
ZXft'n& 1 lWa"pIeertfetthe inonopolittt
imw nrikk De aronjjfit to believe that
tj; tay.flther.f outbeiu,. Staira - tbaa South
C'aisliue farla a daep intereM on the tub
JiflfjhalarilL. Ought not 4hie
U be - corrected io tome other wey than
ty the ailent votes of thorn whona talent
,v woulj impart frwh atrennih to the arc
"- tneot,- and whoeaebarBctera woulJ add an
tocreaacd nwrtl force la the raiwa of free
tradot - 8a far a the diacufMion baa pro-
jrrwawa,BTa apoecMe have been made
., Uor of tka . mooopolUta, and but one in
fcror of the tai payio; people. And -hall
i:Wf Uronj. men a!amber , io their taut.
" hiw ; the battle fiercely ragea in their
wwf -Arrowy ' tu .Mr. Clay attempted
L to trraf the quetion aa if Sooth Carolina
..':: ui.aJona-. iutaracled. - tie haa touched
f fr i9pma beinra Urifrguto in ae
Mil yaro,- tod baa'alraaily triumphantly
ajleJ-Alow would her foreiirn trade be
. increased by reoaal of all duties! .Will
jtflw lwo..oona of old- D-Mninioo aufSir hin?
t to enter her aaoctiiary, ami aw out nnacai.
IkoJ! . Shall thalaudaflWyfd" tee, of
i syi9r, m noana, an.i of KawMph, aend
Vibrth ito- ehampi'm tv meet .oil bofd oJK
2 tacet2 HaaiartklCarjiaa,o wtereat at
-twUke wbichafalufauinciwu importance
io 09 represented in tun diacuaaoa. Shall
: girltitidujly jealous ofJietWgW
.:Mraliiaf Juo. too uiath part of a hair,!
VP. JF-" ermonat--ifia JurUdiclioaaJ
erere cooeTBe!,it by-url oncort
t. ...riw apeciaior . wnuo ttar-oppremota
rVs"!,''nj ""."WPj iaemsen;ea toe
'-; foriearuiogt of her iodustriout citizens?
pony jit lite Stateaol Alabama and Mia
- saipiM, with tKeir yirein soil, richer
.ftM J.'HJJiIa, btar3 mloud-rrbuke
jW.ayew.WeKtjT?ijr tiio a!tm of theme
v rplua wluch, nnaer tJie aHxmees of free
"wadav i would bdd tonittlcS million) to
treuithf i'Bhall their infant prospects, aa
. gn-;m as urcir own eutwmne, Uud uo guar,
i diaa prwlactor in kioi" whnio spirit stir
. tinjjejonuence called fcrth the pladita of a
.!e,!5,'tl W!r, : whtloidiftmdina; 4ha
namhrof the hero ofOrleaiia auraiiiiit tlw
' m- ' 111 .
M7-iiMmua wno aow leads thO an in
Oiia orarefara ajrauikt her vital interests?
tan renneawa content t. be atratiploil in
-the tmmonae Joldt of this B Qmatric
VWr without a atrugJul-fihaJI ihe atroiii
"-mtt Ar'Hiseouri, like Archillca, retired
frorti the fight, after nuking an inctTectMul
, .lurmiah oa .the subject of alum aalt!
rrai inuiau anierea tneKoman Ben
' f - wta, they were struck with two ai tho ua-
i. Srinkintf dignity of the Senators. And
tUavaodal wriHf modenmtunttsTtwr.TTZ
.j. - iiJrvf. m (nsncaaeaatewrtltout cheek
- ' Wtlhout rebuke. rTbii U iuipoaaible
: i ym irrand struggle of Sitharo rights.
::f, -V' "tod, I -ilar, fjr Lumaa" libertvj and tlta
- finnth -iwita ' Mnm'm.i t !Ll I.:. J...
'c , iv'! v; :.k.i '
mw? tht exclaim, in the la nana or i.r
...- n,,KI) uaru, -us uim iaiiert now if no
t thouU tho iaauo of the oroaant eonti r.
- 1 Vi "U fc,or tekiut ahoojd bojpKus
r 'iT tifet W teeall tlw bright honortof the
f rV.'i. " Ji? clustering on ; a tingle brow,
i ... -';i-froaV principle of jeonstitu-
h-ubiwq nner in weight of North.
T5 r .?, I kould be atill mdro mortifi.
. to too one little State alone gallantly dy.
i tug in the last entraochrrwat which ehvi
. oaho whole 8outh..A SOUTHERNER.
Tbit wta written before Mr, Mangun
TDiie bis excellealepeeck..; , ,
, J?efouh'oary Jujft.-Th following
att itus pictur -if a fraorbj J3r"V!if ia
4lk frta the rnTftuMvivat.rjec oft bwibvid wWtt
ymfm9t. .f!,j,!?:i'rl,.Jl asutunvy too otnfot.
bis aiwiiiu Ltlr i f lit 4rat f the
Utuat k'ur rrJ iu milts he stal ar
lid as prfnidiit (,f 'IVi'atnal. aud (ri
eral the rrnlati maev armv. U rrlA incr
AItiiU bm crwliy and deUurhrry.
Hu Ud to fravr! the .'itiwfs, fnlUwwl
by udw-g( hi wr re oo Ix jirr Jlnnx
bsrs, sud by 'soldiers, oho were bis ao
eiionTS. "l-t)Ti(;tin. ffrtH 0 If liori
as, like a ftc IdpiTfl, aceompunjed bim
every lere; and when he arpfd in any
toaa.onl one of (ho uiimbiUuU could emut
00 1 fiauiu. . JSaav age ( beauty, re j
bilityt Prtune -niitluiiif sacred in the
eyesoftht wretclu Of all the ferorioue
inen who rtwia theoMelves laiomis at
thia period, ' tihneider, ; perbap,- bore tlie
sriuUest . rest-luLhmco . j A.1 ao
iUnd death ana -blood gse him a sou
satkia of amprakaMt delixtil. The
amplea of , this inooiaer of cnielty have
io Iheia a eort. of originality which tntuVs
ooa shmLbir; and onn would wish to cbiubt
their trutli, if the trtinioayof iOOjDOO
inliibUsiitii, nd" tfie evidenee u4 fueti,
wart P'4 certaiu proofa of their Hlitwr.
At h:a;fih "Ml, Jut biul the moatterar.
reatflkj and aent to Taris; there he waieos
demaed, hot fr llm crimes he bad really
cnnunitted, but tt prior cuupira'-s (list
never eiii4ed soLrys jo4ko reulad
io tltuse deploraUo tiinea." -T -
Froai M SktUkrifrwm Nuturt by Ma
MTIIE REAL" HHTORV Or
JI'AME I'KANH. .
It il no longer doulrfed nor donied, that
Helen Walker, of the parish of lrongray,
in the neighborhood ofDaiofries, was the
prutolype uftha beroino alia, under the
rictitious name of Jeanie Dt-ans, figures so
eeuspicBouwIy io the 4 llaart of Mid-Loth-tan.'
iisr hMory, however humble, whs
in aome mjcts eveiitful, and .hn strip
ped of all adventitial ornsauM' msy be
Ifivrn very brief!) , though few readers re
quire to be liiloreied that it has ben ex
iandcd into ao injcrrin f toue-whnt
bvilky novet, by thif fertile j;eniuf of iir"
Wallrr S.iit. r'ria alienee brr pitrents
CHine, is ant known, hut it U nT4:!v be
lieved thut they were wiut are rilled
"income' into the parish of Ironray,
and were in an wuj co.inTlid Hiih th"
Walkers of Clonden a rare alike distin
guished lor reptctaoility nl longevity,
and who bnve floiirmlied timo nit o miud
upon the fertile and pleasant okU' lU
Cairu. . Her father apei to bev been
laboring mau ; a:td at Ma Jeth,his aJ.
ow, who was then wall stricken in years,
became defendant for tmnport oa the in
dustry of hr daughters-iellv and llbby
Walke,i. But this the former was far
from viewing io tho litit of a hardship
nh who wa ao rich in sisterly, could not
lie deficient in filial elutj,wjid I have
beou ih(rmed by Elixaheth Griern,
hounekeeaer to Mr. Scott, orfician, Dum
friea who," when bxwie, knew Helen
wu!Ltlit4UoujfU. aomotimea cimrt rained
to dine on dry bread and .water, rather
than pinch bar poor old anotlter, ahe eon
aolod herself with the idea thai a lie-iiiey
flowed frum br virtual abstinenee, an4
thai ' she was as clear io the complexion,
and 1 Hiked arTike her meal and work, as
the rest uf thrm.!Lrirnrzr: :z. : '
."'I'ke resjiectaliloC nislo just named, who
l.aa- Tiswtlf paWd the bundary line of
throa-acore-aiut-ten, resided ih her vmith
at a place called Daja kaini, is Jrongray
where ber falser .Cultivated a small farm
Uclea Walker ;af lhla aimii-liat Is
leart, "sixty vesrs since,'' was mnch. as
tho nrase ones, about her father's house
mrttiitt molbar- during Weoafmenieot
ana Ovea acted n the leading goewp at all
Ua cbruteuiogs ! was reacted as a con
cmtiotta '''tusSWfjfiB" bafveifind'Tiiii.'
firmly invited to share the good things of
rural lite, wuen the mart baimened to be
JuUea, or s swfetr if com waa brought
front the mill., Hor oouversatioaaJ pow.
era were ot a high order, considering her
inosf correct, orna'e, and pointed ; her de.
portinont ecdafe and dipaitiod in the. . ex
treme. Many of the neighbors regarded
her as litde pcmv body'bat ia. eon
ceitod, or proud ; but at tho same time
they bore willing testimony to her exern.
plary conduct and unwtared attendance
on tho duties of religion.-Wet or ' dry,
aha apiieared regularly at the parish
csurcn, ana even wne at come delight
od in searching tho Scriptures daily. Ou
s small round table u tho ' big ha' the
Bible usually lay open, and though ' house
bold affairs would often call her hence, '"ii
was observed by her visitera that when
aha lacked leisure to read eoatiuuoualr,obo
aoraetimea glanced at s aiagkr verse, and
then appeared to ponder tho subject deeply.
inuiHierstorra, which appals wtoet fema-
lea. had on her nutto an oooeetta- efluef.
is etemajital war continuedT it waa
her coatoin Io' repair lo 'the door of her
oottagot-tho knrtting-g"ar in hand,' aad
Wf lUyuued Diblo . open beforo Iter 4 and
whes questioned on the subject by Iter
wondering neighbors, ahe replied, ' That
aho waa n4 afraid of thunder ; , aud that
tbt).r Almighty,- it auch were, his' '-ffvlot
plesMire, could amite io tho city as welt as
liald. Whes out-door labor conldnot be
procured, she aupported herself bytoottng
atockinga an operation which bears the
tamo relation to tho hosiery craft tbafthe
cpbler'i doea to ths tlioemakcr,s,i-U oat
been reported, loo, thai ahe sometime!
taught child res to read ; but as no one a
bout Cloudeu iremeiobcred tliia fret, I tin
isclinod to regard it as tomewhal apoery.
phnl."y Helen, though s woumn of small
suture, had been rather well-favored ia
her youth.- - - -- - - "
Ou ao oeeaaioo the told Elizalieth Gricr.
son that the should not do aa ahe bad done,
but rwinewlhecorn when tbe wind blew
in the .barn door., Be this) tbC meini.
that the c(ju!J not hold her head too high.
Hi.Kj;h relurtsntly; thst she oora W
a me-tlwsrt a ymith she aMeeined, and
by whom she inisguiedtlie l revperted
in turn that her lover, at a fur time,
nve rtik her on horn Ur k."ind that when
he akrd if he would lake he up, answer
ed gnily. J Th-U .1 mdl, HUra, T.)e caa
ridfl sad inch behind the tad.', -JVJrvity
of:Lis aanwer olC adsd bar greatly, and
from that mfnent . aha cast the recreant
from bar heart, and sever, as she confes
sed, loved again., I regret that I ant an
aide to til the etart date of the principal
ine i'btnt in Helen Waller's life. ' ( believe,
! hownrer.tbaf itoreured e fw yeirs pre
vi'Hjs to the mora leaiest htw aarni child
murder, whfctrwaa DaJiv.JiSgjLAl
wmoiiertrsirTi ibb . who wi coiwiOcra
my y(g, anU a cosnely fm, resided la
the tame tottsg e aad il is not improba
ble that their father, a worthy amu, was
also abva. I sultclla was courted by a
youth of live Name of Waugh, who bad the
character of being rather wild, t H a vie
tiro to bis snares, aad became tnirintt,
Ibuuqh she eUtinalely dented the fad t
the last, . Tkt neighbors, however suspee.
id that a thild had beau lorn, and repeat
edly urged her to confess ber fsalt. Bui
she was deaf to their eutreatie, iud de
nied alt ko'iwkxlga .f a d ai intat, abick
waa Aaind slierKy after in the t'airn, of
Clowlon. The circunwtance oa aoeu
broiled abroad, and bv the directions of
the Ktv. Mr. tiuthrie, Ironpray- tlie sus
pected persm, and rorput tlriicti, were
carried before the authorities it sxamin
ation. The unnatural another Waa com
mited prison, and coafiaed in what wan
called ihe 1 thiet a hols,' in tht old jail U
Dumfries a grated roim oa Ihe ground
jr, whither her seducer eomelimet re
paired and eonversed with her thniogh Ihe
grating. Wbcs the day af trial .arrived,
Helen was told that a single word of ber
moutn would save her sister, tod that the
would hsve time to repent. afterward ; but
trying at was the ordeal, hartsnnfc the ai
leraative, nothing could shake her jn.ble
rtitude, her endoring- aud -virtuous '- re
Sleep for nights fld front her aillo'
nMt fervently aha praved for help and
succor m the time of need,; nAcn aha wept
till the tears refusod to ilow, and her heart
seomeiHoo large for her body ; but still
ii arguments, however subtle no.entrra
ties, however agonisin'r could induce he
I'LylfcDJ her. Maker by twerring from the
i nun- Jtsr sister wat tried. .eondtmno(J
Hid sentenced h bt executed at tho trmi
nation of the usual period of ail weeks.
'I'be reeolt is well known, and in 'truly aa
well at powerfulry net forth in th inweb
Immeuialely aAer tho convictimi, JJeleo
walker borriwed a nith)f monevl oroe.ur.
ed one or more Jetters of recommendation
avid without any other jruwle than the pib
lie road, began, to wand her way to the
city of London a inurnev which was then
ttJhawVeed, more formidable than a voyage
iaiH n our day.- -Uver the best
attire she threw a plaid and hood, walked
barefooted the whotewarr and cewiinVted
me imtanee in fourteen days. Though
liet: foeti were iomlr - bitero.l,, - her
onoia irame exhausted, and her spirits sad
i i . . . . . : .
ty jaunu, mm 0UnJ it imnosoiUo to real
l?MM,i enquired her way 4ht. re
siiicuco wtJoliu, Duke of Argvle. "Ashe
arrived at the door, hie graee Wat jn.it a
bout so step Into hit carriage aad as lh
moment was too critical to : be lost, the
heroic pilgrim presented her petition, fell
optarhct snet'sHlvil'Vrgitaprsytir with"
a decree of camefctnee and ' natural elo
quence that more than realwed the well
know sajmg of "awrfehing a rce- iye
y ond tU reath of art.' Hero, again, tho
resuu in wen .known ; a pardob wti pro
ctfrod iukl ustc'had to Scotland rind the
pilgrim, after her purse luid been replen
ished returned homo, gladdened aad mf
ported by the consoling thought that she
had done her' duty witlioul violatiug her
eouaience. Taichinjr thia great chapter
uiy ahy und roserved ; but there is one
pertoo still alive, who baa heard Jier eav'.
that it waa' through "the Almigkty'e
sinin',m tuai-he wat enabled to meet
th Duke at tho most critical moment a
momeat which, if lost, sever might have
been recalled in time to save her eister't
hfe.Tibby- Walker, front the tultrceiit
00 J"'.?00 S..,JTl,-'r?.!'U?i!j
altefwards lecamoluirted to"the man that
had wrooged her, and with whom, aa it
believed, she lived hanpilv fir the greater
part of half s tenturv. Her eister re
sumed her u,uiet rural omploytneata, snd,
after s life of unsullied integrity, died in
November or December 1701. at the aire
of -uettriy - foUrtflre.-My- respaetaulo
friend, Mr. Walker, found her residing as
a cottier oa the farm of Ciouden, whet he
entered to it. upwards of forty yetrs-affly
was exeoedingly kind to her when aha be
came frail, and oven laid her head ia the
graro. 7 Up to tho period .of her lost ill.
seat; the torreepooded regularly with her
sistoa, and received every year from her
a cheese and " pepper-cake," portioat of
whieh the look f great sleoaursin presen
ting to her inendt and neigtibora." Tho
exaot spot in which the waa interred was
afaly pointed 'Hit in Iroturray churchyard.
a romantic cemetery on the banks of the
Cairo ; aad tHough, ss av eouoiry.woman
said, there waa oothing to distinguish it
but s stane taken off the dyte'' the pub
ic will be pleased to hear that. Sir Walter
Scott ittends lo erect t suitable monument
bar mtrnory, Though subtcriotioot
were tendered, lis politely declined all sid,
and has already, I believe, employed Mr.
Burn, architect, to desigw a nwnuments
which, is . axiooexioo with tho soVol,. will
and m all probability tender the spot ao
Classical that it will bo visted hv ihouaanda
oiflliousanda io after generaiiona. The
abovo narrativfr 4hougk oxceoding barri
ed, is perfectly accurate in point of fact 5
and I have wJyfurffter to add, lhatrthe
story cflleleo WaJkealiaa Jtaait Deaiu, i
first beftmelinown to Pir Wallr Stll
llimogh the attention of tht lu'e Mrs,
CosiiBiRsary ('oldie, aa will be tern when
be umucs l tie new tditos of the JItart 0
Mid fatkvm.;--? -tT
irnerry Xottft TtiK period
iaai laUajuiouocid ia the JVaverly. Nov.
els. friod whirh, Isle as jt ts.'haf
eoiso too soon, Is S series uns'jusllsd, in
length, their original betutv, their rnidi
lion, and truth to nature. They have pla
ced fictitioas nurative is the first wtlk of
polite literature snd form,of tliernjves
a distinct event in the history of the hu
man miud. The enra1il aiid th linlf
ide author ha our gratitude for the ma.
Itiyjiaf py JuMu-a-ave, W-aujye4-4a kit
cwiupany t ana .we uevouuy jots in inn
Itove bo o feelingly oxprtssea at the close
of bit adieu. : .' '
PatttcrijH lo Ceunt Robert f Park.
Tbe gentle reader is scqssuUed, that
these are in all probability, the last Jala
il will be the lot of the aether to submit to
the public. 4 "
He it now os tho eve of visiting foreige
parts ; a ship of war is coiamisiouod bv
his Roval Master to carry the author of
Waverly to Ui mites, is which he may
pnosiUy 6lMain such a restoration health
aa may serve bin lo ijaa kit thread to an
enl in hit own country.
Hid bt Continued hit usual literary la
ber, H seems indeed probable, that at the
term of years he has already attained, the
bowl, to use tho pathetic language of
Scripture, would have been, broken, at
tbe fountain; and little caa one who hat
enjoyed on the whole aa uncommon share
of Ihe stoat ineetimable of worldly bless.
ina, be entitled to complain that 'life id
vancing lo its period, should be attended
with it usual proportions of shadewe and
tornis. They have aheeted hits at- least
in no more nainlal manner than ia insep
arable frsm the discharge of thia part "ef
the debt 01 humanity, t)f thaeo whose
relation I Tom in the rankt it l.fe might
hive insured him their eyaipithy, uuder
rwrispomtinn; many iMI now "no mora";
aud th ose who may yel follaw in hia wtke,
are entitled to etpect, in bearing inoviuble
eviU, an example of tirtnoess and patience,
more espeoially on the. part of one who
has enjoyed no snudl good fortune during
the course of hit pilgrimage."
The public have claiint on his grtti
tude, for which the (author of Waverly
has uo aoVnunt meana of expression J but
ke may be oiriiiitted te hope, that (he pow
ers of his mind, such as they are, may not
have a different date from those of his bo
dy ; and that he may again meet hia put.
nmiziag friends, if not exactly in ia old
fasbios of -literature, -at - leaat -rto-somt
branch, which may not call forth lbs re
mark, that . . ..
AbbotttxUt, bepitmbtr, il,
According to Sir Isaac Newton, ."lliers
are twenty-one. cometi belonging to oar
system, revolving round tba . sun to terv
eeceutrio eclipses. The are believed to
be solid, compact bodiesjike other idaa
eM, and regulated by Ihe same laws of
gravity, to as to describe equal areas, ia
proportional times, by raifit drawn to Ihe
eomtnon oeutrer; Some of theta arwtup
poHed lo be heated to such a- degree 11
would vitrify or dissipate any 'substance
known to ui. . Tho heal of that which
appeared iq, 16?9 when oearett tho sun, waa
computed lo be KIHM timet hotter than red
hot iron. 'It will appear again is the year
1 he tftronomara see. thst -of all the
eomets, the pe node of tiuee . only art
anown to any ctrtamty, beiag found to re.
tors stintervajt of 3&. 1 Saad 5T5 eat
uu wt wui-vr, iiuu wnicn .ttna5artd in
I55O M the most remarkable. -This com
et, at itt greatest distance, it eleven thou
sand (wo hundred millions of miles from
the tun, while itt leant distance from the
centre of. tho tan. J about four- hundred
and timety thousand ine4T'tl"laal part
01 11a oruu wnicn is nearest tho sun, it
fliet with.tbe amasing velocity of 880,000
miles in an hour ; and the sun aa seen
from it, appears 100 desreoi is breadth.
Consequently 40,000 times i large as he
appeare lo ua. Tho astoniahing distance,
r?. lsueonijhal thu comet ram oat
is empty space, naturally suggests to our
tmagiiutfioBlha ..vast distaacs,, between
our no and the nearest of the fixed stars,
of whose atractiont alt the comet must
keep clear, to return seriodicallv aad co
round the) sus:ft----j-. ...
Tho comet will aspenr in June next.
will approach, it it computed, within 60,
000 mi let of the earth't orbiU The Uer-
man satrortomcrt say the earth will be in
that part of her orbit which ia nearest the
orbit of tho comet, just at that prect'w
time when the mthaltpWMTrtFC4fiu;
stance which hat not occurred before, per
haps sines the flood. Il ie upon this fact
they calculate that tha world will then urn
dergo some great and tremendous revolu.
tion. , Th. mutual attraction of these two
bodies Ihey presume will bring them
into contact, "In whichcaie immediate
explosion must ensue 1 w
Witlt . view to relieve public anxiety in
regard to thia matter, the. French Philoso
phical Academy, some time ago, ; caused
calculations to be mado on the roliject.
The report, tt publithed, avert that no
tort of danger ia to be apprehended, on the
Spproaehfth.,comeU In thit our Amer
ican astronoraert generally coincide.
The following extract from Ihe renoH
ofthe Ffesch f hiloeophical society, will
unoouDieiiiy do read with interee. N.
Lalud. has computed that comets mav
past within SOjOOO IssgM. without ssnai.
Wy deranging tho enotioaof the) sank.'
This cornel of 1 470 approached so near th.
eartH at to increase its periodical time
upwarda of two day t ; and had its anatt
been equal to thai of the earth, it is com
puted by La Place, the earth's motoia in
her orbit would have been eouajly retar
ded, wd eo tna
Instil' of the yar nearly forty nine hours.
At no for k rllert mu predu"d, the dts.
turbing force of the comet near 1 50ft h
pert Im tlian thai of the earth. Ia Ml
the mM waa elipsa by a comet wbieb
must have pasd ttithiiiXiio.OOOimlrtof lha
earlh-t-aod il i-JLnowa that o sJiK t waa
prmluee. by its attrartre fiirpe either 00
earth or noon.
The iinroesse velocity of romttt msy
he a prinriia rcasoawhy Ihey doixa sen
sibly e"ct lbs rooties ofjbej planstt.
That of ft-0 was csb ulsled by Newton
tu move at tho rate of 00,000 nulet as
hr, ind Brydons'eWrved on"al Talor'.
uwin 1670, whoso velocity .he computed
to 200,(yj riiitet in. ko!jrr,Tbe comet
'f 4'0 is best known by astronomers
Its period i confuted lo be I boot 76
yttrs, Ihm'ih 'from itt motioa being die.
turbed by the plancU il ia sometimes loo.
gov. Il appeared iu 16 Si' vt:y bright j
awl-waa -looked- after- with vary "great
anxiety n 1750; but Clairaull Jeter,
mined from calculation that it would not
appeal till April 1750. ' The inrreiaod
length of its period mtyibd-ittributod
to the influence of Jupiter aod Htturn,
near which it would pass. . It according,
ly approached nearest the tun 00 the
Uth of Wtrrh, 1769. If ibis U Ihe com
et to which Ihe European papert rtfsr, it
will not tppear till ll'or 5. ' Tbe
distance ol thia cosset frost lbs "tun, when
in Ihe extreme emit of ill orbit, it about
1,000,000 mile,, yt jt rel-rn, regularly,
and iu period haa been calculated by the
mathematician, within 30 dtva,
, . ' SaLEo, Post.
The fallowing aeeeunt of a corious
battlo it from Ihe latest numbers of Mr.
Skinners Baltimore Sporting Maratine."
. 6wff Fitkt.-Tbtlsls Maj. T. of the
army a gallant officer, who was severely
wounded at tbe sortie of fort Erie, and
died afterwards from tht tfffcet of bis
woundt hilea repretentttiyo from his
T'T.. " m onriff t6"reIaTe
lis fuliowwg -seeounl of 0 battle which
he ones witseaeed, hetwoan a black and
He wis j,ding 00 koreebaeh, whenhw
observed the anakst in the road, 0 short
distance ahead of him,' thev were mov.
round in a circle, Md apparently
f.4low,ag .arh other. A gentleoits whd
w 1 ui ins major, and who ha
a similar aaM hfn l.j
----'aw. 1 v visa 1 H BJfj m
H wtr th. prelude" W a sUt, ,d wor-
hy the lost of a.luue time to witness tl
kind of circle, wt. pursued for aom. time
cloeine at each round, until, when with-
in few feet, the blaok auake wat ob -
three Umaa, hnemng ,he diatance lif each ' pnW "' iet hat lets Uke,
round, when he slso sloppy) d beg,n ,0;ofil inihe Washington paptra. Wt cti
US lJy -triks, onlyccount lo, Ihi. omi ,
Ula evolution were ton ; 1- J....-.
1. ..j l v. 1 1
BBISSISS fnA Sk.. J I I
- - r.p.u oe attec.
w,ren no wittgam distinctly ob
sorved, both snakes ware ttretchtd out .1
,h,d?ni Wack, which hsoTti'
head sod held him there. After a ihort
d kHkiwtj. ,h.' grip with" hi.
mouth from ths rattle .nike'.' head, and
On examination. k
r . . f n aioaii wu
I:."" ' T crushed. The
""- ia a rnnair .. j
i-T . ' 2 by uful'1'"g "kJ crush-
riAT jrtrf rii rvt cwiibh
MfC 19, 1832
Election in 180t.
All tfxm indebted to thit OJici for Bub-
Krvpii, Work; or Advrrtidrg are
requeued to Kttle the ame. All momai
1 v LEIS05 fob mi CArs-rsAi roiKt
z-wnvvt.";: .. . jj,-.
How u it that the trade fro thia tec.
tion of cuatrr seem. i 'K- : . .
T m b R'vai
meagre diverted' front " Foyettevillt to
Ckcraw. It it a fact that during tht past
Waggont from this part of th. countrr.
nd th. country abov. here, fcav. taken
ihe road lo Chora. Almost' every day,
ps0hroohTh to Cuerair',
whils it it only new snd then; w. ses one
or twgftag to Fsyetteville. J A few daya
ago, wo witnessed the tpectaclo of eigh
teen, or twenty cotton wtggont heavily
ades with ths crops of the Messrs- Ellit-
V.sJI pasting in a stifcg to Chermw. ..It
it aaid thai ths pricea kavs been belter
ai naors tteady dunog tbe winter in Che-
raw than in Fayeueyille. If tfiu b. the
cato,.will our friend of the Observer
plef so consider th Af snd explain the
e,UMt Can it bo owing to the Meeting
at Mr. Slau(jhter,aM or hat tho great Rir
tW U. Jtt.'a: jgeAws'U
vnys it tome limes doe,, rrh
we ihould be glad teen it remmJ -J
beotita of PavoMo.in. " ' 't
1 1 ' -j
1 'T rest a-.
li Ilirv uur. n r hn k I.e. I- t
S SI. a m. t .
lor prices far our hi "cGntrv" j
tent to bo taxed toms two sr th,,,
dred UiouniuJ dollar, , f -Jj
of govsrnineot to lint plftc,, " .
TLs great run of waggon. Oaf.,'
hat giveo rise to the idea of a rad-roU
from that place to SaUaburyr 4
f est' but wt'thiuk it oevtr will bed!?
Wsvtly prefer Antral rant
Ws think it tha only scheme thai e.iL
coed, and tht only one thai ean-bwJ
the whole State - Patriotic Vw,fl
rrrat aliould impel tha peopj, N J
Oaeolina to exr rt all tksir sae.u. i .
or of thit graId t!aiBB,;.J.V-"..
ego s letter wat published is the or
ttitu.ion.lirt-, ifv4. i B;
.purporting ; I. b. fro. ,b,
C.f-J lb.tn.ms, repree,,,;
Nswbero District. Wt reny wi!2
at th. timo, that -mo t ' .-J
Speight, hid written the letter and bv !
.fho.,hjMjp.lmedj off, on thtK
of th. - Conttitutionaliat" M nuiamZ
Congreae could be we.k enonnh
men t Istterr-thV w. adairtH
member, of Congresa, aometitnt, nV
snd mors often speak very ly
From eoM.nt how.,,,, intm
aoBuren paper., gnd o..
Utter in . tl- Corietitutionkl.af-lt--out
that it waa actually wriuW by Mr
Speight himself. W. ut aorrv iVtet i
at wan lor the credit of Coo
fnte tt tf
Ws thai! not diigutt our readers ryirt,
publithisg this loiter of oonsen$e. W
will however give them an Mm f : 1-.
.. - . . " art
1 "f exprewiion. Tho IIos. mm. u
1 . -"'fsei BVJ
nhnjK9 Jto. cTUtTl
ths -Globe njd "Cou
! 'hen' ',lu,M00 lo ,lw "d of the
'v,0,ir ""kind, ho aayt:-- TUtCm.
' Jocktn wat rvciMbtttentiitkUA
i tww.: rround..-ithe,. that
it it sot kt
r ' "
i;..-,! tn v. w. , . . - -
nv..uim , ?rBuy(n, - Or,
tbey there, do not esteem Mr Speight sf
anffieient importance to nbtto. what kt
may ' "throw oot. Wo presum. ike no
atat ot things has provsated the pspsrt
in North Carolina, from either repuUiia.
ig thosilry prodsction,'or, with Inf '
few exceptions, even commentitg apo. it,
Penntyhania cad tie, Jtet-Ptvidtotfi .
The convention of th friends of the ana,
tenf AdjnjnislratioA,lwjBich;. feeentljr jsH,.4,
is Ilarrisburg have nominated Mr. Wil,
kioa for that office os the Jackson ticket.
Mr.-Van Buren got only snt teM and thai
wat George Jfrrmer'av 'n
Thit takes with tfie attempt ttnomiaitt
Mr. V But1(y'ft(fTtIcTimaii! uucu
which it will be recollected failed, akof
how that gentleman standi, is two of tbs
largest Sutes in Ih Union.
Wt And th. following delectable Btf
eenu ins late number of tkt Richmool .
Uyis crtainly coming ap the qut
teratretch with great rapidity. All
cousts concur in this. At no time btve
hia talents raised hint ao high, andkit hear,
ing haa annihilated, at Waahingtos, W?f
the prejudice which wat entertained at tkt
commencement of 7 the tcifa of Cotr
gre . 4
Poor fellow! he it really siubject ef
ptyr-Mtr tutjlikt hjfe;loNiB0 n"1"
er, Sir Hal, become desperate; ctav
plctcty beside himself, snd is hit ineohtr
ent rsringt ho deubtlese psrpetrtted tht
article ws nave quoted. To be Hfioutt
Thit won't do, friend Pleasants ; you ett
not help your Idol by any auch nonsenst a -that
just quoted. Tho people wentkf
licve yon. " ' .
Ororfid , nsT' Vuminonariet. "
Suprems Court of the United Sfatetbtt
decided agaioei the legality of thelmpri'
sonment of Worcsster, who it ss
fined in Ihe Penitentiary of Geo. J1
Baldwin diasented from ths docunos ol uw
court. ' :.' .
IT. hire reeoived no WMhingtos. ft
thing concsrnisg th procsodiogt of P
grsts' V:.- ,. ,f - -1
W art authorised tosnswnc. oaei'
Merony at s candidate for ' tht tfie" t