FROM TH BAMtNW ') STAR.
JUDGE BARBOUR'S OPINIONS.
tT bave lh pteamire of prorating to
the 'public the ubjoiood correspondence
between Ihe Hon. rhilip P. Barbour and
a. of the Shwr? meeting
The tetter S ladgilkrbr-rta character
vNi of the frankae. Had ide,mdrice of
. ft Mlkr, It watt.ni :
. J k. Imriortaut Sublet 00 WhlCtl
Vq wh interrogated. " l will liew that
la distinctly disavow the doCtrmo of mil
i:...: - -rhh hich he ban been charged
- f,V the Van IWen Pree from-" Dan to
Beraliebfb" -A this tstbe great bugbear
-Ki-l. 1... ln used to fnahten the people
from hi support, since it it nowhown to
Kans? K doubf upon, the veracious prmta or
the jwrny win oe i .w ,
fcL.i j . n..bM hf. notable: reparation
, ... , w w - ----- . ... .......
m..;. li.mi.iftH. conduct t or to sneak a
- rat hi mtrriptiUe deiiC&JroUe'r
ft . t -i . t ;ti lktta.
' ry. IJUt pernapinery5""-""
in! will nofthink it charrsWered yet
but ontinue to yelp as if it saw the hido
a,.. mHi iflr there. We tball see.
' We oiwne nothing in Judge B ,c?tcf
- ren intimating a wih that hia friends
w.-ld withdraw hia name. So hen-is an
' other durable fabrication " nailed to the
rtmnlpf. Hi1 Will IlPro rciii.m, m "
irew-rt that J.idgo Barber had wntttm to
xne individual in (hw State, lgnifyin? a
Uh t.. ha withdrawn, bear uoihi it fwe
r i abunlity uflktcnt to refute it. Having
4ccMltd tlw nomination in a reply to an of
$ cinl conirnuicatini of ht 1'renidpnl of the
fltate runvention. it i ridwuloua to anp.
ha would announce a determination
L withdraw timmtth any other nwdimn
Whllthilttor will throw a heavy dam
L ner uiKm the aoirita of the Van Burciiit.
' ; it will imjrtfrh leal awtwueuuiaoiucnt
. lU ItMnAiti ititlliniltf .wtwWMi-.vcr.
VhiAin tWir adverxanea af the poll on th
Bch of November next.
We have not room to inaArt any part u
f neaneechee to which Judjue B. rcler, it
todnya'a paper i but may publish extracta
) fiuwco Srataoi, N. C. .Aug. 2. 1
j At numerouamt-frtiiiaofcitizon
I from variotia part of our St.itn, hnmpht
f -together by accident, and coinpoaed of p-r '
- "(kma diffcrtnt in opwiion on the aeveral im-
-flortaiit aubjocta embraced in .tke jeeolu:
fclutiijnilbferein'enctttwd, nd ditPirtnjr wi
rPideit of the U. SiU a, tho rewilutinna
fcerf with furwarded were ununinvKisIy 1
4i . . 'vfitf and w were apf toinWil iuxuufjrmU
.. --iy ubsaidrtao)uliwa.cp!nM
d wjth-Jorwardiog you a copyf and r.i;a
IMBCtfuliy MiWuii . early. v,W
eeverul question therein propoaed.
. .... .-J, . . . , -JU annce9siurf.fof .mto.Add .m Arm.
fjf an CJiplkit avowal of your views fntlictr!
' tubjecta fat you mut b awa re that they
.. era. producing umch eicitem'-iit . thretijih
. mt our country, and it i itwU'r fgnmt
T " impyrtaitcrt thai the public aboutd diatirict
)y gmlerataiM) thiwe who are cudidaiea fur
lifih and diatinRmnhod atationa un all .the
VJr nuiiiij lopka .:.vbicb. agiuOu. ihu publio
... ', We hove the honor to be, vcy rwpect-
' josl ir. buyaN, , ' "
tJOsJ v JMV-trU AiMER R V't
: llCML'CAS HUNT.
Jton. P. I1. B-iBioit.
Acpv of ibi letter- wajko lorwordod
to Mr. Vua Bureu
f arCATi, rVptomor th, 1P32.
dnxvLMtni 1 hart received your lo.t
'!' of the MlHliid7WBffrli
; ielutwne dwpted kt Aulukal wejOin,
JtelJ on that day, at Shocca Springs, iu
Yarreo county, North (Carolina. .,.
1'."'." la cwiforrt ,W.K.pKJW-..
tioea, you aak uie tostute WaenWnenujIn
lelatiuo to lira Protccdet Synlrm, Infernal
Jmptvementh(ht Bank of fa United Xtatet
und Nullification. -" "
' Whdit I iltoulJ be altosethcr unwillina
al qneationsupon ttt puhlic, I am cqtml
iy loath to withhold them, wheu tliu pub
- lidy umt 6Si'Vitly::tlled urw-trrw
..iUein. , I, , iherejtt wuhoitt4 hesitancy,
proceed to aaawer the inquiry.
xny opinioos aro nut by process of reason
ity I bave been toa to aaopt mcirw
. Frist, then, as the Protective System,
by which 1 mean tho lay ing of an impost,
t&pt to raise revenue, for tho sake of re von -ruo,
but to.sunpurt dawostie ntanufactores
ainst Xreign competitioa. -Zl ant decid
edly and utterly opposed to the whole sys
tiwrf, upon the various froands of its being
in violution of Ipirit oi the Constitution,
... u4 bciu unjual,. uucquvl aad oppressiva
' j in iU ojieration. I endow two apeeche
' delivered by tu M 4bi hjocL in. the
- House of Rcprencutatives, the first in 1 WO,
HMO ill" vn 'I I ni 1m y m wnwn w,tr
tee' my vwwt at :kugth on ail these
Next in order is the tulijeet of internal
Improvement, I tonslder thafwhole sys
teut, when . attempted to be executed by
"Oonirrese, whether in the farnfof coitntrvcz
' Voi, r appropriation bgKat of iub&rtp.
fun, to chat it to bt contiructta ly otAert,
f aod as ciiku!ated to uuderuuae the iu4e
wniluDce of the States, A the virtus of the
f jieouhs, in a struggle Ihi the .epotb) of the
Trwisurj1. My views at lara Open this
. subject, will be exhibited in two pueehfli
: - no. .encloacaV ileUrcrcd , by. ina.jn., the
Ilottsef4leppeseulatte,lhtue in 1316,
the other in JBSO, i ,
Tim Bank of the United Stales is the
"r.ext su'ijecV Ifcsido the objection to
tnSU;Hn the scare of cspedioiicy, particu-
J.uly tho mighty njwer arisioa from the
s-Weulraiion in .an orpimzed.fcrm of
' couple tni.h'r.S tf dohars, I cmWider
ij's-tw boin ddlir-ther bcy-nd the coosti.
Ut-tui "-rpcteyy ,Ci;ress. :
Tlie latitulrf of cottstruWion, w!ii!i
would bring this iliin the pile of the
Citnwtitutioii, wwlil,' in my IbHtiniation, ut
terly destroy all Um'h 'rcatncUotta Mint re-
acrVA(lonil WIOCTl niune um reunrai ninrer-
niuenr fti Inhittd Oii I fo:i tliat I do not
state tho.caae ! atroftgly, when I aj
that it rejivc imo a quemion ue
tween a aupnomid convenience to tho pub.
lie. in the adimniNtration or too imnncea,
and the character of the uifculalina mo-
Jiutn, end the creation M i power by- thu
(jloveninwnt, which mhy eooner or later
beonmaUrrmeer than the Uoyornnwnt it
self. The Journal cr Con5re will ahow
that when tl0 pnssciU hank' wa chartered
iu 1 816, 1 fm gamut it. j ;
The luat eubjAct embraced' in tlto reaol
utionia that of nMifcatiM. ' ' ,
I uiuleriUnd- thw t,wn jnnaiit .to .iiUi.
potLttilriffht juf lhe- acaftfal.StuKr-hy-tft'
terpowng tbwr eovereign! power, ,10, ae
glare void, wahinthtiitJipecuve bordera,
any htw which tlwy wy luiik urKtonntitu
tionnl., t tiui unueMtuiM)in2 it, 1 am on
poeed M it! I -will eh.vVMf briefly t
atate my doctrine upon, Iho eubject: Ifl
Pftficrul, wnen a qnewiua- anr;, -wneiner
an act of t'on rem i cnxtitutiduftl or not
it belong to thcJudicul 0 artiiieiit to de
cide it, becauw) in general the question a
nm in a roar, eithmr in law or equity
that ia, in a controversy parliei,
which Hod taken a ihapu fur judicial decM
But when t he qwJMion is oni of political
poiter, tliat-1, w-lwen the redcrul uov
ernmnt and tho States, whether JJie for:
iner ha invnJivl the reKoned rihtHnf the
iittt'-r, I hold thnt qiio-)tioii of (hi kirtd do
nH Mimg Injudicial cognizance j thnt ll
peunlo of the blMti; are purtiem to Dm fod
eral comport, in th;ir character of Htutea
thnt the institution hue not coidered ui
on the Judicial Detriment any politieu
power whatever that, therefore, in rela
tion to qneatiom of thif charatrter, there
i-turKtcnawnoii uiupiftt.iii Jhatconiw
iiient!y,the Htatea must necido forthein
aclvea. This u tho righu but what
the remedy j My ojinion ia that tho only
riL'htlcil remedy ih tliut of imx csskmi. 1 lie
arruiucnt which attempt to umintniii the
right nt one btnte to nullify, and thus huh
pctid the operation of a law passed accord
in-' to the forms of the Const itutiiNi, nut
three fourths of the Slutce act under tin
clau.se nnvidin! for uiimiiilii!ut,wTiHti
me to bo bused upon this error. 1 lint in
every ense of s -contested nowcr. the nuos
il'ni w llitl uim:h llic iijiiniiiuiioil l.illl iib
... ...t.n .1 . .t. r1..... k ....
rt' now is ; whereas, under an amendmnnt
pmpnwd, the question ulwiusis, not w'.iu
the Lofiiititution now im, Not wlmt it slin
hereuner lio. I hiivo tiuid, that I hold the
Ttrfit-Tf-tho-wrii)"'lede. " But tl
right I consider as the lu i resort. I would
W irr rcfofiort Wit, fti 1 hrefofoire" hat
mid, that as iu CUMc of physicnl muludy
nwnre is ncrcr sjlinmrstcrtit trnt when h
patient is otlicrwine utlmly doHpairnd of.
o in those of a political character, Ihix re
mixly aliould lie anjiiied only in cases uf
I ceunot conclude thialoltnr, without of
fering fervent prayer to llim who rules
the deinies of nutiins, thnt he would wive
our beloved ctiuntrj' fronii this 'aad cutat.
tmphe. For come when it may, no toiunie
cu aueqitauuy icu uiu evus wnicit wiune
hid in lb then mysterimis fiitrre.
- ii. -..'...' .1.....;. v':.:.
p. p. Barbour.
i -Megani.' Joseph I.L,Biyant ..Joeiah, T
tiranbof ry.and MemueaH Himt, Commit
tee of a piliticat nteetiuj at tho Shocc
Spring, n arren cuuuty, N. C.
rOBX THB r.VE.MNO JOSX-
" JefflTson and the Republicans were
irowdy a bused m l hnt tiay as tncy are now.
If dmh( only read tnn 1euer of
George Nicholas, mover of the Kentucky
Re ilot ion, and fatherof tdemichildren,.
whii was ffenoTFhceTas a fenicious anar
chist fir avowing republicanism.
JiYou Tsay ;? reptiot iVjStrvi?ta: bia
warm uca.rtod inemt, wna was a black-coc-kade
fixleralist, " Fou say Jefforsou and hia
adnrents ere WKny TOtoth utmost con
tempt, and the flirfioiis tirmJcr with us,
are tkulking iiflik owls at the risirt of
.l ,ir:.i. i- . ?
me sun. t un h-w cTcepnons, ami there
will always be tome slranae wrons headed
creatures) the unanimity of the people is
a8tolfhing.,, I am bappy at having au
opportunity of declaring, when it can bo
attributed to no improper motive, thai I
have hug since changed the unfavorable
opinion, which' I once fornied of that gon.
.1 ..i:.:..i . i . ...
iKJiuiui (fJinitui vouuiu;!, ami mm I con
sider him Is one oT the moat virtuous, as
welt as ond of the abtent of American net.
i"iot JjlyJnJfutnMitu'fa has led rue ta forin
dilfrrent opinion, from what yon bare
P'H'liPLu'1"8 MA n..!oihc.dego;e
stituent. I have been told . that, except
whtretmneef year present representatives,
who isionld certainly have liecn re-etected
if Ihey would have- eflftsented to it, have
dctitwd""6tering their service again, an
account 'iftheirbad beHllh.or front dometic
cousiderations, that there would bo few
change uttvde in yourfresont represeitta
ticm t A; that where the presout republican
representatives are willing to eerve again,
and are epjioeeA by : aristocrats, that - the
hitter knowing that the bulk of the people
do 'hotlliinBWttbtticm,, are,, ao far from
avoiding in ttq open. and. tnaaly niaiuinrr
tbeaetttiments of their party that, they
assure the peoph) that although they do
differ with them in sentiments, in souie
fbingvthat that difference' is tot as great
a represented to be, and . thai a for "as
tliey do differ withtbeni, thev will, if hv
are; elected, tacrijict their own opinion.rU)
those of tlieir fiiiKtituenU, if they i'! iv
tru;t them cn I'm .subjects cimsfitutM.''
thfttiliflproucff. If theso fji irefio,t'y
prove unqutifMnhly, thnt they are con-!
cl. km, that tlmy do hot rHsscw the conn
dnnre of the people atut thnt they cannot
1 eleciea, nut u n tttft nuiauianncOTUii
ticm of their nromisinf b:for band, to ad
vocate principle which they disapprove J
and these facts woula a!) have jtntihua
u fully, if, instead of aaying that the
C resent members were tcuiHing on," you
ad declared thatlheir rponciiU were
" tryinc to sneak into office. TTT''"7
we htjie, will bo ti next State Rights
tract. It will convince eli-ottr citiasens tliat
aaieW. -'- PALMETTO.
That man must have looked very narrow
ly into politics, who has not discovered tliat
the discontent ol the Southern States has a
Tffvperzrntmd thnn th mercTaritf ofitH
cifTn i uey eonHiuer imu ine whohj imenmi
organization of (hoi r domestic relations is in
rhnrjrcrpind 1hpy-Tqprchend-thixt-a frw
more yesrs Will se ait the btute eoveretn.
ties awttllowed up iff otie grand cOtiHoIiduf
ed jelkoriio of government, Itiilt ' wiTl took
for the Constitution alone in the will the
majority of Congress. That they sho.uld
Ixt alarmed, is not to b6 wotidrod at ; and,
that tluy should U-lieve that, for every
wrong mere is a remedy, is natural en
ough. As to what that remedy id, a diver-
siiy of opinion prevails ; and to this diver
sity may be ujieribcd the continuance of
tin .System of w hich they so loudly com
plain. Banner of the Constitution.,
The Sulem Gazette furnishes the follow
ifir tables of votes given for President ami
Vice i'rciAdenf nt the cloctions since
Washington! retirement. """"
171C. President, Adams 71. Jufleraon
Vir.o lru. ;.),... T d: I. .. r.ti
mirr ou. ihou I'reafdent Jefferson 73,
. . . -
A'binisOl. V icu Prenideut A. Burr T3.
T, Pinckiiey.58. 10! President Jeller.
son 102. C. C. Pinckney 1 i. Vice 1W
taVnt,Jrtiftton UH, Rutin Knur 11.
H08 President, Madison, 12i, C. C.
Pinckney 47, Vice President, G. Clinton
102, Rufus King 47.
H12 President, Madison 127, De M'iti
Clinton Hi). Vioe President, E. Gerry
128, Ingersoll it.
lb Ifl President, Monroe 18.1, Rufns
King 31. Vice President, Tompkins llo,
resident Mnrtfe no orrpo.
sition oxci'pt oins vule givcu fiom New
ttampsmrw. Vice- President; " 1 ompkinl"
212, opposition divided.
121 Presidi:nt Andrew J ickson 0!), J.
Q. Adams 4, Wm.Il. Crawford 41, Jlen
ry l-biy 87. '
t 6 President A iidrevV Jackson W,
J. H. Adamn 8;t. Vire President, J. C.
Catttonrr 1 7 , R ichard 4ltrsh" S. '"-"
LAUGHABLE I'OMCR REPORT.
A tew nights since, a young man of gen
tlemanly apiearance caini don a the street
inlking very eariieeftly to himself, and ges.
liculiiting with great vehemence. tt Va
some lima past 12, and lio enonuntere.l hi
r'V? k"1 sqoves but.fow. battightad
liiiTiviiliialsj who gave him a (Kissing glance
of aurprise, and walked on - The fbllow
iug w the purport of his tliiuking in his
fWn 'WOlsi-".--'--"-' i:' '
iKSfctf eP hampntgn is more1 'thM'gooT
tt'a prrmc. - Bud lor the cholera thougb.
Theru the rub ill every thing. What
ever is good k bad A paradox, htyl
Vet 1 can. prove it aa clear- a ve, as
clrar aawhat J I've got but W simile,
and tlml's not geutcel. Oh, no, we never
mention it to ears polite as clear as a
puVe staff; ortbe nose MrygH r t;icp; Is
ifwi.Ekl(j;leafjt.(,to jjoad i .ajid is'oij,
it bad Jo drink w ine when it's L'ood.! Is'ni
!od .acting fliiodnjid is'ut it bad to sa to
itrrapins, veuisoii, canvass backs, lobsters;
Mid is'nt it bad, because wo get the gout ?
It is all fuel.- Whatever is good ia bad.
I should not wonder if I get the cholera, 1
feo! .iwgiHL!!L. .
say," cried a man from . across the
atrceti ifyou nvike so much buise youll
be taken up."
; Ah jniced;:thank you- Tbats pr.
monitor) f I'm in for it. People suppose
me drunk, merely bocause I um checrfiii.
Drunk I heiVa a pum, and I'll prova my
obriety by wattling with it lie danced
round the pump, singing M Turn toodle too
-tilin todle too, turn toodle toodle. too
dle, toodle, Uwdlw Icmj turn," to the tune of
"Tho Ureou Hills of Tyrol." Tne watch
ateped ttp and seitod him by the collar,
exclaiming " Vou aro my prisoner."
" Hoy, what, collared ! I've got it."
' Got what, air ?"
" You are tho malignant eollartr, ami
yuuWgot vm -that's alt, - I'm a case.H
Tcs, it is easyto see you are n case ;
and Bow voix are on tlus hiirh road iAmin."
Ult.thiu'5!it l,ts in ,.ajboiLwa.vtlito.to
larer, doin gripe jno so hard. ' 1 can t say
I like the treatment. Wutchey, youre au
awful complaint j vou art so catchinsr."
"Come ray son, don't be a jack snijie
mu uiouiu na wen as yoo can w qaoo-M
ncnp yoir wii, ami let uauaveo alack.
" Slack! what I complain of is thesoas.
Kmerfm-eowrtcrirnrof yotff fttlgers. Tfie
Ujifje, air, l.ttf grip. '
"Be quiet, or IU rap you with a
" That will be rrwrt -ox. wlien I'm antL
Do you know that TI think euch violence
begt a tkrntimrancA, and- ms all yrrtly .
thus P- said the prisoner, attempting to
give tho Watch a scientific- cross, lie
was too tipsy tor .success, and the Watch
grappled mm too tighter.
" Aint you ashamed ot voursolfi"
" Yos the attempt and not the deed
conFiundj ni. , Phis. joking" spoil niait-U-m
it (Jfli, roared llit, nning a theatrical
4 Oh that I could but meet thee in thy
With-liut one plank between us and Jo-,
ttrectmn t - .--r- - .- - . -r,
I'd grasp thee' in those dcnpftmte arms,
And plunge with thee into the weltering
waves. . ,. , ,...-. - . -
wCrickeer said the-Watch, "such
ducking is no sjwf t." .
" Ah, you re no aailor you are, an uura-
" Do tie quiet, sonny' you gain nothing
hv cuttiriir muukey shioCS.V I must call
sitance if Voil dt'it.
j Consultation on my case no -1 don't
like it 1 11 only tret into hot water. . i
yield because 1 have cloioeyAime
an, Macuurt. , . -
'Awav they went, and the prisoner cs
caiwtrwitha fine. '
'the vmderful adeanlaget of Drunken
nrx.1. : :
It frtu are determined to- be poor, , bf
drunkard and you will soon be raggei)
and "jpconVles"--"''- .
If you wWi l starve your family, be a
drunkard j for that will, coimutue the
nienna of their siipimrt. .- -
Ifyou would iwhnHel ii(Kn !v lnmvpH
ho a drunkard ; for that will make their
Ifyou would become a find, ho a ilrou':
a rd ; ami you wilt soon lose your under
If you are determined to expel all cmi
fort from your house, beadruukurd ; uui
you will do it effectually .
II yon wonia evjwue iKjtu vur tniiv am
secrets, lie a drunkard ; and they M ill run
out a the liquor r inn in.
Ifyou think you ara too utrong, be a
drunkard ; and you -will oil oo subdued
I l,. Bi miuriti'liil Mil niit'fiil
i J., 1 " . . ;
Ifyou would get rid of your inoney with-
o'lt knowing how, Im n drunkard ; and it
will vanish insensibly.
Ifyou would.. be a dead weight on the
cnmmtrmyrand-U-cwubcr the ground," be
f drunkard ; for thnt will render you use
Id;; helpless, burtliensotue, and exten-
If you would lie a nuisance, be a drunk
ard ; for the approach of a drunkard is
ke that or a dungliilb
If you would be hated by your family
and friends, he a drunkard ; and vou will
soon be more than dlsairreeablr.
Finally, if you are determined to be ut-
tes-ly dostioywJ istale- Wryy ami nn,
In a dritnkurJ ; and yru will soon know
that it is imKmmhUt to adopt n more effec
tual meaiu to accomplish your end-
Mr-. .Manner Stttton, rwi Teetrrinij the
honours of the Peerage, which it is under
Spenkeduriiig the last t!ire reig-is, -wh'i
lias U'en called to the l'pjH:r House, -n 16
tiring from the arduous duties of the Chair.
Thel'mmvcs thus besrowed are thow of
Lord Grnntley, fjrd tirenvilk?, Vii-count
Sidihoiilh, Lord Iledi'siiale and Lord Col
chester. The present Sicriker was chosi-n
to fill his high Hn 1 dinilied office on the
retirement of Mr. Abbott, at lire close oi'
the Sos-iiouef ISsIT ,'J'hoi;vsji.t of Mr. Ab
biiiVi resignation was rendered remarka
ble by tho yote'of censure paased oirhiiii
by uird Wm Russell, brother, to the
Duke of -Bedford. The v.ite,-we:br-lieve.
now smnds rnconTetT m the Jouraaw-orthe.
House. Mr. "Manners 'Siiftoii na'represen"
Uwt tlie dim cor4101.il ' town of Scarbor
ough,, iu icvcu Pa4(iM!,i4v4..vig been
returned under tlw intluwic!! oTIils noble
rftatiw, the Duke of Rutland, to whc.se po
litical opinions th" Itight Hon. Gentleman
w generally, supp t -.1 ti ineiuie. The
Speaker ret ircsiuflie vigour of lilb. His
will be of age next April, is in -reversion
t RintrdfMrf-- that f Reirister of Woe-
A greeably to rnihlic mitiee a very large
number of the citizens of Rowan convened
at the Court House .in Suhslmry on the llth
inst. for the purpose of expressing their
sentiments ou the 'Puriff"; also their disap
probation of' the baneful doctrinc.of mollifi
Tho meeting was organized by tho ap-
pointment of Gen. Thomas G. INJk, chair
man, and Saml. Reeves, S ecretary.
It was an motion resolved, that all the
soldiers of the Revolution, aud all present
Who were grown up in those days, should
be requested to take their seats on either
It was on inotiou further resolved, that
I Ih pfactico of Ipproving 'the'Iwnit?ueliitFo
nrrrrrxv-i::" '"' '.i -i'"-"! i
noisy way, he excluded from this .meeting.
The object of the mooting; having bean
briefly explained by lbs chairman, David
P. Culdwqll, Esq. submitted the following
; Reeolvcd, as the sense ot this meeting,
i!!p,.wJ'',!on'l, jit'.F0. Q1, necessities
that therefore we are of opinion that the
TarilTshould be o reduced as to nwt ttw
Retohei, further, at the duliberate
sensa of this mooting, that oitlUfictlon Iws
a direct tendency to uisvirro and civil
wab, and will, if carried into effect, prove
fatal to the liberty and best interests of our
t Rttalved, T,hat tlie times require every
citizen, attached to our Repnbtvun Insti
tutions to enter his aotomn protest ojjaihsl
tin tiangoojjs ocjnne
iltihed, 'Hat we clin to tho Union"'
of theao States as tmo of o-r choicest blrs
ningiiratid in tlie Liu;iijro of our vonera.
ted WishisoTOt, "we wilt rrown mdij
niitiy upon the first downing cf every at.
tempt to alienate one portion of our conn
tW fimn the -wst, or enfeeble tho ancred
tica, that-now link together tho various
parts t . . '-' ' , '.
The nevcral aubjects nf tnene resolu
tions were extensively discussed by Mr.
CaJJwelt, Mr. James Cook, and Mr. Pur-
son.. The question being then put- on the
iidopJion.uC tho resolutions, tncy paaseu
WillioUl a oisHtmgvoic.-.
On mXioti? it ws 'rVsoTvth!, that the
the chairoianand secretary, and published
in the three newspaper., in tho town of
Sulirtmrv. T1" " ,
THOS." G. rOI.K, Churman.
8u Rkbvm, Seintaryt
FOR THE WTSTEUS CAIOLJSIA?!.
It aimenrs thnt tho " Chy-Tariff men
worn uuxioUs to get the people of North
Carolina to make a okclabavIOm of war
ficainst f?oulh Carolina. I Jhink it would
je well for the people to considor, before
they enUnt to cut tho throat -of the iwnplo
of their sinter State ; for I tuke it for gran-
tod, that II who volunteer in oknoum ixcJ
the people of Siwth Carolina thenby4
pledge themselves, to a vacii, whenever
the Tariff pnrty in Congress givea the
word ot command.
Now, allow nw to ask what it is that
the people of South Carolina have done to
draw down oil themselves these threat of
The answer is, they wish the burdens
of the ruriff taken off; they any, that Con
gress has no right to tax ih sin for the
bimcfit of the New linglund manufacturers,
and that the law is unconstitutional, and
is, therefore, Void. They Hay, if the peo
... , .. 1 1 1 .
Lpie ot ,viasraciiuieus waui goou rouus ici
llieni pay for them out of their own pock
ets,.and not tax the Booth to nuike them ;
Tliev sav, that Farmers are as ust;ful to
the country as manufacturers, and. there
fore the Farmer ought not to be furrd to
fi nee th.it South Carolina has committed ;
iti lW-thtav that abasia- tu. bit dmuouueed,
villiiied. and marched against. Well, we
will 'sew if these men will Iw as willing to
march, as they are to talk big about put
ting South Carolinn down
If the citizens of South Carolina were
Turkish set of people they could uot be
more vilhfod and abused, than they are by
soineof tho Clayites aud TurifRtes among
us, add at the samo time every dollar
llwyf ingtr in tho world is South Carolina
is South Carolina hills, and how do we get
fhem t Dulha South Crolina people sejidj
them over hero for nothing ?' No t not one
dollar conies in, hut in exchange for some
thing, that goes out ; South Carolina is
our main place of trade ; there it is, that
we find iaTo for our floiif, our acon arid
nany -tlif -thiogi4 all of Which brings
iiioncy in among, usan(jx yhich would
for the Yankees do not buy such things
from us. Thev arc aatisfict rwlfh git'tlng
nvr cotton at half 'price, and selling us tbflir
manufactures at double price. t
South Carolina .alwaya- has Ixicn our
great place of trade, and if her people
were uot crippled up by thuTariHsho would
buy tt Ti.fn nin fr.m 'But now
wippot- the Clfty-nin mid tl Tariff" men,
for they ire the same, turn in and cut all
their thi .iis fr th?: 0, why, then, they
wili nsV ii" rni. iv ll.Kir, corn, bacon, or
whiskey, and we will have to keep these
things at heme-, and -do without South
Carolina monry, -and I fear without any
sort, for we sue mighty little che in North
In a word, Mr Caige, is South Caro-
Una "r.nriwndifi'jlt for linypmlHg'.'hiBreVllnan'
what will benefit us as much, or nearly so,
as it wilt bentifii her people," to witrtoTiave
tli? fi tiifa i of'ouT'own'faDor t' "But tnere is
X-uttifmHon ! True, that is a confounded
ugly word, but I ant like the most of the
clayi-men, who talk about it, 1 do not
understand it, but I believe it is like when
old nick sheared the hog more try than
if od. I wish some of the Tariff men
would coins outT aud tell us all about it,
and let us see "wliaf .If" -'til and now-Tt w
gois;.,tai If civil watTblooils&ed tihdi
disilnion-Give us more reasons, and less
talk. Bro Su.aa Cheek.
for tiie WRsreax caouias.
U i astonishing to witness the miser
able hifls, and subterfuges to which the
Van Burea papers of thfs State are driven,
(, sj4taiu their siuking and hopeless cause,
la hioU-j fverthc-ebliMnnef Jb M Car.
oJiiift TVafrJjRtfV' a Tpw ' day f ince, ipj
cyc can;ht au ;un li h .. !. ! . , ,
lyi uiihJrau ,il if Judge Brk, ,;
a inome.it I wa4 confounded, but i i
wcralB m) put lf Ti:it whnn,u;oii r,
the article, 1 foind it was. nothing
than that tho Editor ofx (he
Spectator hiJ beard nomnbody wv ,
aoincbmle. -l hj aaid thaUhey hai
stood thnt Jrtdo Barbour "bad written f
some eiitJoiMiil,i Oxford, tWiriiiiv i,. '
winir uiu. ins inumw) wouia Wthilriii
name from 'thq ticket for Vice Prel;lc.
succectling the uboyVmjmtioiiod artirfc "
grave comment by (lie editor of t!
' Ifawwn," expressing bia J'rai,,,V
sur uud ntisfaction at thq caiiJia, j; '
find and pemvnius course pursul hv J.m
Barbuur, in tints separating binwelf fai
a contcl,' i.i wfiicli the wonhy and a,,Z
tent "Ctntor iwerna to think be
ct'a'll 'cceas.;: Bq!r gir TiaT j,
fact ? the Very latter t, wbick thew g(.
tlctncn allude, ami which gave tt,en, 1
much heartfelt grutifieaticrl (pity H ,.
have licen disturbed,) has been pubiuhed !
the world, in which not a single woriU
or syllable can be contorted into a I
in, uniiiui, wwiuu wimuraw bis najneu
far from it, that it has given his fr
ncreasou cuiitiueitce in Ins firinncaa irj '
political honesty, and affbrds a still strop.,
cr inducement, if onb could He .f,rii.i
for urging his cluiui bcCire the rmb
Sir, tlmt letter is ono of whict hia friZt
may well be proud.it is one whWi breailj
tho purest spirit of ipublicanism,Boj
mm uiituoi ropumicamsrn whickim
thing to-day, and another to-marrot,
which is tariffiicre, ) ioti.WuTia4L;
in lavor of tlto United" States "Btok l
porting internal improvement by the
erul GovcrniuOiit at one time, and npaJ
to it at another in short which uMtvij
thing by turns and' nothing long"-
that kind ofputriotlc devotion to theW
stitution and the cause of civil liberty ir
equal rights, which was practised and jg.
culcaled by tho founders of our system
S0Iumx;iit, aud I fruu: whi fa these V,
goncraie dayf, a majority of our'ralw
have irioht almmefully apostatized.' ""'If fa
political doctriuca oy)wcd by Judga B
10, C0U4U oe urougtit into suecesslul prt
Wcountry jgid aoou ha,Hkat
alltheunpleaiant eicittuKnt; tdrinotiii
confusion, which for ?Q many years W V
Uactcj our national council, andwhickii
now distracting tho people, and we ahoulj
uj0l,ce moro 1,0 bought back to experaiiiet
1 .t ,1 ... .. .1
tlmso halcyon days which were tk fhiii
ofltoucst legislation, circumscribed ty'l
strict adhen-uce to tho provision f the
constitution. I lutvi'atrilry'ltfrT fclilaf
extended" those- remarks niuoh' laniKf
than I had inUwdod, tny only jectW
deception and hypocriy,which the V14
Duron Editor are endeavoring to pnlm f
Sa the )CojleT nordo I kndw that I WwJ
have troubled myself tc-: make a atHigl
mark upon tho subject, bad it not betaL
a paragraph which appeared jit the Care-
mia vv atclimun of the Ctk Irwt.f in itttita
the Editor. rcitmtca jrii ulr
article contained in the pre'euojug tuia-
of hia ability to pore it.Sir, tlie acf'
tion of such downright falsehood il lot
contempt i ble and too uudigriificrl to b p
sed over iii silence 4jut "Srowninf .i
ki?I catch at straui,il'u therefore tut
to to wondereu'ati.tTiat tliese edTtors S5i2
ad. pt any rmns however pitiful, to suittit
nemwe whipb 'they iB&''i"l'l'M''
porate.. Having been completely mW
and overthrown lu their first attempt M
pull the people by raising the cry of Sa
lification against Judge BurVoufr W?.
have nhuflled their curds over, andis j
by common jcntuqnt have agreed, to &f
this last desperafe game, ns tho only reiw
4y in a case of bopeloss extrfmif'
this, I shall not be surprised at any cu
which ihe editors friendly to Mr. Vtfj
Bureiv inny pursu, in -double icahc; j
and an abandonment of principles W w
coWf the rder of tho day iih".?
dewy pf jon f4jTroliticianf and th officer1
be accorded to the successful party
beware of these wolves in boep tU'
'ere they coutribuio to forge lM
which are to bind them aud their prttuilj
hand and loot forever, -v-,.-;.'
'- ThVeonatable of Wwlungtoit CilV J .
county liave recommendod their (clw , . j li
izens to' euspend the' colhiction !; j t
doht due. and demands by eivd ftrbce, j ,
until airer me hubkihhb f. y ..
' . .1.
The weather i growing cool, ,wa .
nicht damp put 00 your, fa1
a little fire on youreartha to Dutwj
uamp air 1 inii "" - "-n-ff r s 1 j
and,you will have le ta pay. fcO" l - . j .
than" to thf Cutc.ier