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er,aot in prut.
the Pre. .
a-are He "
- b na
t they ait
jon to kt
iicc to tb,
ts undor a
I the very
t be called
ted to tba
ng tchf ttet
ny 5e madif
n of Inquh
it that noun
R bmiy may
the injury 4
"G, and fir
' On tV l-"th Hi tjiil resolution v.a iiitro.b:f"l inn
Ihs llou M'- ft"11 "f 'n,1,u p"!"'"!.'
ihrt t$t h of Jui' th ndMmtiiinenl C"ir". Af
ter HHI dlKUwrfrfl, thfl ubj-ct km p.f poind to tli
nh mutant. " .
, m probable tint Congre will adjourn Cr two
utoittha yt They have cnoufch to to liuUut tin'W
llt luii?. nd tittf ""d better continue wiling till July
of neat year, than to adjourn leaving inipurUu.t bii,
n, unfinished, and u Treasury at tJie merry of in
Irrprpiinwlila ca W. '
Memorial from ysrMi ptrt'of the country, prnying
,,r ntue nieuie ftf r hi t', oimtiliufl to flow Into the
Cspibd. 1 1
Account wwi '1 f"w f ranee, iiiic ouf lost pnper,
kruif liitrlliiftw" the tin'",T in UickUii Ute Inw
the u;ifitKti of K crct Huciotji- bad been recei
ved by thfl IVjjiIh.
' Inthecit;.ofIViiKJ Lyar sru dirturbanre
ei a priiiM f J tt interval from'tlie 41 lown tu the
1 1th April the Lwt dy oo which o have account frura
The only rtntemcnt we bar teen art those publUh.
c4 by t)i t!onf iimiiit, w bj puirri in tliir IntefM
io all of h lb tnnifod cititu un U tumJ "iiuur.
jfitito" uxl "anarcbMU," an4 are nii'titioit-d with the
fnwtiiit contumely. Rut we tLinlc, trotn tLo fct tbat
llie obooiiuM iw wu jntruduoed iiwl pmri at tin
i.Jicitation uf Hie tuiwua " JMy Alliancp," tint tliiuc
movpimiiiU ar tA ao iimi(rnifirnt at Uie ofllria) dr
ystcbcf of the (ioTemmmt wonM acmn to liiJicti!,
In the, fporta f tli opumUims rr'1 rdit ia
rrn o Die National Guard fur thrir bravrry aiul mtr
pidity in the rvimw vkirmUlnM with Ui riti.nn ; tnd,
a!l)nni((b DO miritkm w made uf tlie numb r uf Jiilliil
ani wooifcW at tit irvifal ri-nrontma, it mimt lavf
fn jrrwit, if we may be 11kI to jwltfi- frutn the
Wlowinif .item, in which (lie kmmg of wvunty-th
RimublleaHi U mintiomil Willi a Uiucii ntne ftmd ka
if it wrrr a matter of liouily occurrence :
"All ii ovrr. Our troM bare ponnnwd. The N
ii nml (iuArdp urcimdi'd thitn with tlie fratMrt b-roiiik
Thiy lwt diwa 47 Rfjniblitana inpne pluciVjauiliG,
Tiraiiitbi,rriivl 'ltn'al liuiiiW lav b"ieu arrrstiil.
TIm' two Prrnten remained all day tfl the iiwwt exp"d
Hliiatums and were rrcnvi'd by the iii.urtctiU 0lia
i!ii-liiiri;i' of Cre-aniw, which iCrtuiiaU-ry did them no
The print ingmfilce of the "Tribune" had bn t
tarktnt by order of the Government, and two editiw
and twenty uf the workmen arretti-d, ami a ' veto' put
itXn the publication of any more pain-r. If tlie Re
publican and the Printera are dealt with after tb'i f-.-liion,
"I Mle Franc" rnnit noon be in tliat ute of
anarchy, in earnent, fnun which the King and hit ml
diem pnifewt to be deiroua tb doltver her.
It m aaul that tli4ieath ef General Ijiftiyette n ve
The French papra mnition aovcrnl rumor in Ma
lum to nwvetnenla iikxi(( th Continental Power.
ttneirtJit'therAnrrbmil 'hf eTiWftrSOT7.rrT.nt
another, that the Germanic Confederation have aent
troop towanbi tiui frontier of tlie Oepartment dn Nord;
and a third, that a revolutionary movement bad taken
place at Madrid, tlie Capital uf Hpnin.
, GO AHEAD, OLDJUP!
U rejoice at the 'm&lfijrerice roirrtainrd in the CJ-
lowing extract from tlie Fayetteville Observer.
A fact came to our knpwltiljfo a fuw day ago, which
unfitly atrengthena our faith in the bi'nrfit of a Rail-
Road' from Fayetlavilie to the rnountgtijiAu mtiuli-
tfent gentleman paaaod through 8alwoury, from Carter
ty,Taancaoe,1i&,viii2' along a load of Bacon which
he war taking to Fayettev.illeb .iucliaiige Xr-uroee-
rie. He said tbat 3" there wa a Rail-Road onljJ&yVj!
umhVVrmJirmim tut trad
alikh now goea front Ei4 Tennriee to Atijista and
BnlUiiiore. This gentleman pak from actual cxpe-
wnte, for be has heretofore trird ill of tjOTrl, and docs
wt hwitate to five Fayettevilto the preference.
Cape TearrYaAktri, ani Pre Der RaiURoad.
I T-h work of tliis "MrterprTsw was brinja 'ootbe
tl itb Tnsfat thw plttqe, witlilbo obaerwuicp of the
"sual ceremomea on the. cotnmeneeiiM'nt of all
treat nnd lrrfTstirta "public weVrm1trrtja,,A,,-''sv ,,,v
ne were more than gratified at the dorp into-
fHt manirested by the citizea genrrnlly of thia
ommnmty. lne atutnattoo whk'h (Iks occasion
roduced upon the crowded tnultitiidt;, waa nppa-
rent. I-icb countenance bore the glow of joy and
ladnem. . .
A proccasion, comnoaed "of, the itj.j?na of. the
Town and Count rr the Member and Otitccra of
)!ie civil autlioritv rtf tho corparntiiin ; the Teach-
fcadaaaiewe 4hjT-Mitrry fjttt
he Presitkmt and Diroctrtrs of the Ruil-Road Com-
nv, was formed in Gillospio street in the fore
on, and thence in regular order marched to the
fruisnated point of coinmenceiiienton the summit
the bank of the Cnpe-frenr, a short distnnce
f'inw the;Qarendm BrinreKtnei Sea-
H flsq., tlie preidcut f the Rail-Rond Cnnv
inv, delivered to the audience an address after
fiieh th ttpCTatioTft 6T tlie work were commenced
v Mr. Fb, whoJ aftft,Rlirt,cxhortfttioir1 renrlinr
on his fellow-citizens to followthe example, catf
!on the work the first apodR-ofyarth, which was
i'ieatfcd with the hurri of satisfaction by all. The
g remoftiea weiu cloacd by the -uUachargp-c4;xiMimw
if "tu Capt. Mcteran's. Company of Light Artilln
. and reertotMled ) 1'V'li'silTutf; frorn t1'" '"'t"""
iirii?lia, jCariti Rush,) then lying on the river,
We are sorry we have not apace for Mr. Seawell's
"cb, which utters, with earnestness and force, whatf
Mtifht to V the sentimenta of every true Carolinian,
Setiwel) ione of the most zealous pastica! men
North Carolina, and. Wtut, we know, an industrious
iiibr-r of tlie last Legislature devoiod, heart and
Ui!, to all the gfuat interest of the State, unwarned
. .., r? rajw-w
'Tgiiny ana geciioraii prejuuiwa.
"r Mr Calhoun's Speech t on thj Protest ia. jpatoilJSJSimii
Vfrv u iprp. in trmsot unmeaaiircd adtiirstion.
P f iHowine is an extract frorn a letter written by
and I' Washington Correspondent of .the,. !4 Phikddnhia
Pnjnerciai luUlIiircncer: . .. v
J A TaaitisoTm,' fhf 6! lk
Tknr .Sir; Mr.. Giifliotin' speenlj. against the nV
"livitnifitions of the Protest, delivered Uvulr, was
' of 'ho molt splendid effort of that eminent fare
the Senate waa Blled with ladies and irentle-
i or hour before the Senate met The ladips an-
reijnbartwMilarly rtfa'cTieiifo-the gwiftrtillifterjT"
'x cupiea aoout an noar presenten several new ana
tin? view in relation to the Protest, and the limits
flic Executive power. I le proved that the Presrdent
it not exercise anv powers unless srrnntd; by tlie
i liinuon or law, thai Longres wa entrusted wili
Ji t.ory J.y- r ). I,, lim.l r..4 ttrrti
Urn j Ai t The (,I ,, ,., 4 g r,i0
if the ii,. f-,wri,l 1,.,,m. ii.ff ar;..im i.ti f..
rl.f.iii f, that Ihrt I'r.-lml bad f..Hlt pro.trate tlm
K-lnlrj tUt be luid no r.k'I.t l.i m-iA the nfM U) tl.i
P. -half i ami tl.at It iHnl.t IK t U rerritrd. The to.
to power of the rifiil. i,t UUmd Uio dierri-thjiary
j-tker i OatgrMM but tin P,trfM!.-d to the
v li or joint i.lut
JWIi-iii locojitrid lU Mr, or epante pr. rlmKiof
H n-rnm, wiHiiq attune rtw pruilf(e and dirny
!Ut dauxi of t)m (onl,tulK hirh rrm). rd each
llmwe tU julft uf iia mn prftfetmjt Mr, Cattumn
poinied to atvrflirr nmiarUlli f. atura in tl.a I'rotcat
The I'remli-nt In J nut drawn kia Duwar la aend aurh a
paper ffum tlja.('-iiittiKm, and tlrt were rvmaof
liw a'ivrte M darw to trr l.ia power to that
fcatrre. Tlwi l'rtliiiit Uildlr majle it mhym iJ'
July. Bid XmbWUWaaWU lit right In och pow-
er, lie ref.-rn-d brnaiM to hi HcretarT. The I'reai.
dmt bad furgtit that rilit alway pnveded dubea.
Dutiea neer mnJi-r pnwer Ue row pot obedience.
In Uie card of U,e 'rei.!.-tit,bi dutieinr plain they
were prr-writicd ia the Cunetttutmn and ilia law, and
IimiU'd to tlirm. But tU 1'rmuli-iit went brtberhe
make it matter of oblifratioa, imped on biro by bw
oath of nffiret it wa the relt of dirt vemtlf tlie
tyraiil'i pie ; h M a the iiiimiilute HrpntruU
ati ut the AmfTifMn 'cme f If the triuU-ury if
neb wild, mfutuated, linlirullcl ambition, waa not per
eeieJ, then bjtorr bad bn read ia in.
Mr. f allfHin drew a parallel between the cnurae of
i tie rrMiriit Mt year and the prtit Then he i
nied In I'rrirUiiiaiion di'maitding a aovcreifrn Htate to
erane an ordinance from it Hutute Buuk, and calliJ
npon tlie ptviple to aid him in the arCue ; rfiw we liav
hi IVrfi'irt. rti rv.nm-inc tht K nitn f r Irannrendinr Ha
duty, and remietinc hi olict tu U rcnW. If the
fv iiflU' hIkiiiM rfiiM, it will no doubt be followed bf
inuilu'r I'rocUnMlum rallying the peojile to hi tann
ard, hi Maud by Jinn in the r be i wiping with tb
Mr. t'allioun w more aerere on the Preaident than
I liad ever binrd bun. lie dincriM him in a aatirv
cal atrain, which I never beard him do befiiHt, a an
old tactician," w-ho knew bow to awuioe tlie appear
ance of defence a hen he wa preparing (or oii'mnv
operalione; be enlirted thfl vinptli of tlie people, by
expuniig hi emu, reiiooncuig auibrtion and anarice,
anil di-clsntiff t)il he wu looking to another world,
not to thia. Mr. Calhoun treated thi contemptible by-
poerir with peat ev riT. U- ilnrlared Uiat tt all
0" m r M wcuuio rrW4watemgwrVi.nrner,t, u laid dowa id the 5th Article of tlie Con
wage wiUi Hraitly ranciir ayaia! thebenate. R WU
ivA introduced fir rhetorical efli-t, but to enlint t)e
yirtpatliy, whirb, lw aided tjrrhv depnwtee, WoafiT
enable llie PreNNlent, a he no diaibt bopid, to externii
nale whatever tond brteen bitu ami abwlute power.
There ,a an interenimg debate between Mr. For
ayth nd Mr Preaton, after Mr. Calhoun ronr.luihid.
Mr. F. attempted a replv to Mr. C, and Mr. IVeiitnn
rrjoined in hi timml brillinnt and fhC!ntm?eIoniiene.
it wa altopnther one of the roo-t interring day
...r -r-n .1, K,m -uir. nr, inwin ifirn m iru of uie gmltur -may be ex pert tent or nthT
he read with avidity. It will prove a pillar of lurht wwe, (which are a mutton to b decided bv the lemU.
on tbw nnerfiun, and lioiild he in every one' liand'tivf powur of the Government, aceordma to the rule
who wiiie to underatand the aubject
MR. CAMIOU.N K fiPEFX'IL
We exclude ilinoot every thing ela trotn our co
lumn tin morning to make room dr thi moat power
ful and liiiuinuii rxpoaitiou uf claim t t br the J!
reanlutiona of tlie
Si'nate. It ia a tx'rfrct aonech- nerfect a whole.
and in all iU paruv. No man, U La capacity what it
mav, can neruHe it witlaxit feelinp a deep ami immova
ble conviction of Uie oncoa4titutionality and tyranny of
tnar tnempt at me oe3iroeiian or uie power and Uie
dymity of the Senate. Mr. Calhoun u beyond all
ueMtKin one of the moat extraordinary nnd highly gift
ed men of bia age, is thia country or ia Europe ; and
he bi given no more conclomve evidence of the bet
tlian that which ia funtihod by the apeech now before
the reader. W beg tUt every one into a'hoae hand
thia naiutr mav rrulnti11v full, will noriiMi wrrti at.
teniMM tbia wat w-trietp.ajidTalnaUa.diciiu
It t V rioole mouunieul to the genuia and patxiotuun of
it autiugu:slied auUior. Ktchmend Vtmjntrr,
CmMiimt tb-RfwWnri rmrb1rf
thi IhoT!irTnrt irr the Towrof ' Wab!hgton bhlTie
7th instant, and cdiitinucd until Ibe BnnJiy fdllowing,'
I Wf wiirfiVa in abitfact of the pTocnijdiii a soon
a they ce be had. ' '"7.' ' -'-
(Tiie'TlmwiMe Jrrtc .Mjdjaoa w'.ln.i'ila4igi
oih atate of aickiie.-',We hope tlie old Pitriqt may
yet survive long enough to ace the Constitution vindi-
Jcated against toe attacka-wr.ich tire mcditilodly tlicC
who ought to be it defender.
.CT" "The Government" has reoonaidered bia r
ltltion relative to the Bank Director, and ha nomina
ted to the Senate the following gentlemen to fill the
vacancift now in the Directory, viz : Ilonry Horn, Ro
bert Van., Cbarle McAUisteTi.of Pbiuuiclpbia ; Joe.
VkatoV of Baittmore and Saul Alley, ef New -York-
5" The Prcmdent baa Tit hut dispensed twb'of the
nominated a Minister to England, and Mr. Dickeraon,
of New Jersey, a Minuter to Russia.
Tbia is the last desperate effort to keep New Jersey
and Virginia in mibjectioa.JVVill tliey be cangbi by
such bait! -"We feel assured thatthej ..will aVit..-.
m m mi j
OfT I our pa per, of the Sth ef March, weTuDliehed
i.'ltSrJWS airWkitcf.( tbia pkeej Afavy-AteTit at
Valparaiso, informing ua of tlie conclusion of a Treaty
itif CWinnefcTBBtweM the I'bmipotentiarieaof our tlo-
vernment and that of Chill Tbia Treaty has just been
confirmed by the United State Senate,' and coptea ex-
i changed between Uia two GovemmonW ; it will be
Amnd weoreolummi te-day and itappearato tnrtnirii
riX.tiie approbaLon of out countryuiea..
LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES. .
(KT We are atithorwed to announce Joseph P.
Catnwitt, Esq., of Iredell County, a Canftdute
for the Senate of the next General Assembly.
0r Jon Bcard, Jiinr., ia a candidate for re
election to th'i Senate, and John Clement, and
election to the IIou.se of Commons, in the next Ge.
, i iri.niso dlatrr, zsq., onenn or ivow-
an, is a candidate for re-election.
rOB Till Vt KSTKIiH CABOUSIAfl.
Ma. Beabd: If yon can Bjiare a little space from
that old subject, the removal ef the deposites," I
Would thnnk yon to call tlie attention of thenteel
nortinn ofTtie community to anotlier tonic, which I
think deserve attention. I allude tp the 14 deposit " of
Vikicpo-nlice in the new of onr UinutUoaV - -
-1 fnrre heard iwcusrf mr tiiai me use or tonaceo i
initriott to lealth. freauentJr causinir dyspepsia. Ax. If
tint commlcrEtion will not restrain gentlemen in the
nseof that narcotic, I hope tliey will, at least, abstain
from indulgin? in tbnt stranife luxury at Church, . ,
I went to Cburrfrcnc' night, with a new jaconet
dr- on, riext airfu.nl it u.k.4 u if it lad been
uwd for friiiiiig roll, gr.ajixbi. t
. It the brM fr.k I bl, and yrm n,.r be n.re I
wa littlo liMrfliliiJ,. M, f ymt fUmtr, Mr. B'rd,
try to rru. Ue antb-inen to b-ae itT lurk a di.
g rt-eabi pra lire, and b)ig ygur unktx.wa fiwnd,
. ' MIRA.Mii
I .M After I wruta tk lW now tt.inL. I .I
ii. . . i.r""r
eir, u. um-m i.cf; if lt awl will he My
when b rrail UimJ J r-nI it ay Aow, put .
anre hint I did tail Mean to ba ernnaL M,
S't really thmk our frir eorreepiaident Wa gn.l
nam to cemplaia; tt w ourw lvea bava wort titan
" tft Cburcli with our portent aoiM ia tit man
ner diWubud by Miranda, What aba (anplaina i ii
nuiMsr tbat auglrt In ba puniahabl by a temporary
UnUJuiient of tba aflltKler fnxn tba aucieir J tba
bvtUT prt vl crcatwai. , t
Mt. B." ia ata anmewbat addicted o the ua of
A wwT tare, but be had resolved to quit it Um er d
or b received M iranda'i note; and that, ao kr froca
vfliiniling bim, haf ra-erJiiread bb reaoltKmn.
Doe "Miranda" ever Uka what the Udiea rail a
"dipT Wa (bait flunk U doea, thoui(h freo.ieniU
tempted by the beautiful nf-n4nr4 lift" of her
companion. Vrriaw aai.A bint, w hope, ia uflr
roa the w carta taaounua.
Mr. EJUar i I am well aware of the imnorUnea efl
a correct uiuii rauiMinr of Uie tt laUve ttghU and pnw.
era of the General and htate Government, on which
hang the. principal nwitrovermet between tU two fir
mer pfwninent political nartiea aat our Government:
and I Irulr reince that tlieir oninwri are an neartv en.
incideiit, a appears from your expneilioa of tba doc
trine of Htate Right, contained in your KJituriaJ r
mark of th VHh ultima "A Nortb Un4inian." wbea
(nkuig of the Hovewignty of .State, mean the
aigncM coMuuiira auuiority or power in It, and adir it
tUt all powar i derived from Uieproele. who mv. in
their overaign capacity, eVlegate it to agent, w'hora
uiey oonattiuie repreaenutivr of aovereiirnty, vented
wait the biebwe pnwer m the Htate rbut tli Peoule.
according to tli compart entered into betweee tbeire
elve, my bridre or extend tht power it their pie.
ure in (be muie laid dowa iri tiieir diftVrent fund,
menial principlua of governiuent, ooutaimd iq tluiir
atituiion of the United State, which cannot be altered
by one atngle SVita. but only by the
Uiree-iourtrm of all the Mate. "A Worth Carolinian"
dona not bold that the Hnprrma Court of the United
Htata can deckle poliitcaj queatiorta, bat only tint
"the judicial power aball extend to all caja, in Iw
"and Eouity, inning uadm tbia ConUUton and the
"law of the I'nitiHl Htate, and Treatiea made, or
U L!-l. -I -!l t I . . .1 . a.
IdcwUndaueatKiriof policy to mean, whrther certain
- wnirn Hiau oe mane, unoer uieir amnority. Ite un
laid dowa in Uia CoeMtaution ;) bat whether arU of Con
gteaa are lymstilutufiardr not, i a qmntion of Iaw,
to be decided, in the 14 reaurt, by the btghcai judicial
tnhnnal m the Government When Ijw conflict with
each other, the inferior mint rive wy to the Mipemir :
tb Crtutiofi ef thc,..Unacd-ttliie is tin fuml, J
mental law, eatablialied by Uie highest power in the
State, to wit: the I'eo- -end ia therefore paramount
toajiy-actef-the liegunaiure." '
If Congrea pa law which aro against tlie general
interest of the People, and the Prreidont approvea
them, bntrhifh are within Uie letter of tlie Curiatitu.
tion, they can only be corrorted tt the ballot-box, by
electing wiser and more raitbful repreaentativea
Jf the Preatdcnt aasurne arbitrary power, and "we
have an bonnet House of Repreaentativea, they will
paia Article of Impeachment atrainat him, and a faith
ful Senate will dtaraia him from eSicav - - -
If anv member of the Judicial ihould act corruptly,
If both llousu of CorurreM honld naaa uiexoedient
iUiU, the President can refuae to approve, and ynwejit
them from becoming law, unlesa paiaed.by tlie concur
mut -of. twe-tbirde of both lieeve ; m thia way enr
G'jvgrjijtf rtt bita-i(iffiLit bailuajijia taaiii-n nJiuiiTft-'
4:f nsLUie.reople upon the wholev if they will be
honest to theifmclven. . , r-.-S---
I adrtiit tlie" Inalienable right in tlie People of revo
lutionizing when a majority rf lJbcitt aball determine
'that the" oppreasion of the Government have become
ao tntobjrabla UmI revolution, withkll tta cnnanqtisn
cs, Would, place thain'in a better wtuaUon; but they
nurt arc to JV.lhaf they will be.abl to ajajntaui their
Wlepwience; bat; at the same time I bold, that, in ordi
nary cases of controversy, an appeal to the judicial
power i the rightrul remedy, and the' tribunal, eKt
bbahed by the People,' the arbiter of their right.
Jlay 10th, mi A NORTH CAROLINIAN.
rna MM SWlMal tMtllMMW tl Mar U.
Mettri. QaUilf Srnion : On perusing the National
Intelligencer of yesterday, I waa (truck with the busi
ness-like air, and brevity, of tht letter of resignation of
Uie lute distingutaned Ue preventative from Connecticut,
the lfcAcable Saapn A. Foots. : It ia in tliese'wnrd:
.- - "-""Naw Hayt!; 9th May, 101"
Sia : I have thi day resigned mr oat as a member
of the 23d Congrea. "
cAM'L A. FOOTE.
Hon. Spbaieb of the II. of Repa."
The Foots, in all countriea, seem to have been re
markable for their brevity and precision. 8am. Foot.
the celebrated Comedian, and daHinguiahed writer of
ilgUl Uimouica, Uaa lranmtrteJ ten a Corrrspondence
with hi motlier, quite aa latonie a tbat of our B. A.
Kante vrith the RriMtinr Tlut U t'mAu if
imu ue rreM por eeet; arm -gne Coinniuntcatud ber
niixfortuiHi to her son in the following epistle
Mt dbab Bo : I am in jail.
' T ''Your afluctkmato mother," MAmT Foor, "
Foot had been arreeted himself the day before tlie
letter reached bint, on a enpier ad tdtnacienJum, and
be replied in the following term : ..
Mr Dcai Mornarn : So am I too, ' '
oat anmiltiyiale snsi. - - - Ri Fnwr.'?.
In the course of yesterday' Debate, Mr. Clay
having denounced, as contrary to the Hpirit of the
Constitution, the omission of the President of the
United State to nominate to the Senate, for con
firmation or rejection, the prCHcnt Secretary of the
Treasury and other olHcera, though the Senate has
been- now nearly ji montha in etMr?''Wetk
ster roeo, for the purpone of uhowinjr the viewi of ,
this aubject entertained by the great Bmjni
maujut tim mt HTntrw, aim prticxiseq upon oy
every Adrninistration in thia Government, up to
tlie beginning rjf the present. For thia Durnotie.
Mr. WJ. quoted from the record the fi)fbirinjf JC:'4
Mcuage from Ike Prevent tif tht United Utatft, to
(he Senate qfthd United Slain.
UniTD 8TATB8, February 0, 179u
Gentlemen of the R'nmte t ' Among tlie person an
nciinted, during the last session, to office under the
National Government, there -were some whe declined
serving. Their names and offices are specified hUh
first cpjqrnn iJf the foregoing ltr I aupi'lied trjtst) va
cancies, agreeably to tlie Constitution, by temporary
appointment which you will find mentioned in the se
cond column of the lint These apnointmenu will ex
pire wkh your present ionrana indeed ought not
In endure longer than until otltTt ran be regularly
made. foTjbnl pat-pose, I o wminat to yoq the
pcr:t. tumi-d in lb llurj column of the 1 l,
in iny iipuiH!, tialifii d to lu.l tlie t l!, . i
tin ir namra in l,o fir. . G. U A: lU.Vi
TIIF. t.'F..'HH I, A'i'KMKLY '
)f Ilia I'rl,ytt7in Cburrh in lne lnipd Ftatra,
met on Um I.VIi uvlant In tlie Frti iifh lretvU run
( linn h in l'li.lJ l.ln, ikI wa ooi ned w ith a wr.
r"l by th R. v. Win. A. Mt iHiw. IL 1). O. In the
nernui, t)M Rev. ',i p LuMUley, , ,,
I'OMb nt kf
ontiiet'qirrrity, wt,on mi,ii gf J)r. r.ly, una
niiimuily (lnMe Mulcrabir, and Uie Ruv. Jar.Jiiireen,
IWfor.1, N. Y, Temiary Ck-rk, Dr. IJy w the
Mated Clerk, and Dr.'john Mdarwell 'ertnanctit
Clerk, About twe bandied member of lb Armbly
are m aUendanre. . V -
IttLgln from EgU$lU tlie General A m
b!y, yesterday ftrmii. Rev. Awlrew Reeil, t.f In
dun, tad lite Rev. it me Miheeon,of Diirliam, Ki
Und, were introduced by the HiaU-d tlcrk. Dr. Kly, a
IMi galea from Ibe Cong relational Union rf laigUnd
and vV'aiaf-y'AiWraJSie V. 8. Uitttte. ; "
- TllR LOCUT AOAIN - r - -Tbere
k nq long any doubt tbat tlieae uigular bv
sect are to make tlteir auaJ nerutdical ajijiearance t)t
prewmt ain. 1'hey are already ouily to be found,
at the depth ut mm vven inche. ia garden, and e
pecially in orchaida, under old tree. By akunming
oft the aurlkre of tb earth, thouaaat' ' gf bob) are per
teptihle, where they bav beea petwurating to the ur
nice, ia order, we prewime, tliat their way may Dot be
obstructed on tlieir day of general rewirrectioo. Aa
ohl geatietnaa of thi jUc inform u tliat bi Cillvr
kept particular of their appearanc In four inUa
, and tliat bo huomll bad followed rt ep, and pre
rrved observation, aJao, ill four uatance ; and tbat
tliey beve imifornily appeared ery seventeen year j
but, what i lingularly striking, to all the) eitit in
stance they were found to bav a general rewrrectioo
diy, which ha regularly oocured on th Sftu May.
II fortber aya, that, two er three day previously, a
few make their appearaact, a a raconnoiUing party
but on the &ftb tba wbol country ia deluged wiib on
inierniinabl iwarm. (rrrmeiioiea '.) T'lirafk.
GunpovJrr Plot.-A gentletnao in Virginia, wboaa
wood bad been frequently itoleq from him, lately bopsd
into a log, filb-d the bole with aVf-eriptu;'g"ed it
np. The.lu waacirTk-d off at eight, and tlie neat day
one of ha neigtibor bad a uorrid expluMuo unJe fn
dmner pof, Which played die druse with bw dinner, and
tittered Uie mutton and dumplinga in every direction.
CO" POSTSCRIPT EXTRAORDINARY -W
have some reason for thinking tliat an Embargo
baa been hud upon all newspapers opposed to the Ad
ministration. For two or three weeks paat, tb (ilob
bw beea tlie only paper, north of tbia State, which ka
emne to our Town in due course of nvaiL
Altar of Hymen
mi W aavttaUartaaite(M, '
T Lt. ka 'Wiul Hum win SaM.
MmttVli w "f
UNITED IN WEDIjOCK.
In York District, S. C, on the 8th instant, by the
Rev. A. White, Mr. JOHN 11. CRIXR, of Mecklen-bufO-Couui,,
In Mecklenburg county, an the 15tb inat, by David
A. CaWweII..Ean. iAMKA DOUGIIERTV, Eq., to
Mi RAC1IAEL McCAULY.
Cpurt of Deatb
AM pmt Iwkf tl, la aM prlataMmt4i
"Tke ftev.twt gay. Mm hmm, m afc pmji.
T" rvrk. rtM jsasaf. U Laai.raajl, k -naw
T" tiitr4 yrw !. artteaaM ail dmtmtmm taVtk"
DEPARTED THIS LIFE, -Iatclv.
at his residence in Rurka eountv. tli Hei
ROFErtT JOHNSON MILLER, in the fgthjcM of
Mr. Miller waa a native of Scotland, and it ia there
fore hardly oeewery to aay.thatJuLjaoaivetf-e frond
education, although born threa . quarter of a century
menccment of or during the Revolutionary wy.and
by fpouing, aealouslv, the cause .jJUbe Whiga, he
dwtinguiahed hhnaelf from most of hi countrymen in
America, who were attached to tlie Royalist.
-PubaraiurBt tft'thf .War: he'jnarried Mi Wrkin
in Burke county, rended awhi) in Lincoln, but Anallyi
ettlce down tn Uia netgtioorriood ot aw wile a friend
on John' River in'Hurkc wbera he and bia eonaurt
raiara up a urge luininr, ana men sun to rest.
Mr. M tiler wu a Mmtater ia tit Escopal Church,
and for something like forty year devoted himself to
the holy dot of bit office, with 'a teal and irilone
of heart, that secured to him the esteem of those W ho
even differed from him widely in religious tenets, "
This truly venerable old man wa the first Preacher
of the Gospel of whom we have any distinct remem
brance, and from hi lip we derived our first public in
struction in lh ublime truth of Christianity.
M I venerate the man whose heart b warm.
Wwee hands are pure wbceToocfiine UaTwhuM
' - Comeident, exhibit lurid proof ' ' '
Tbat he hi humeri in the tvrri cense, ,
" Such a man, we rnot .conicieutAuuly beltvei wa the
late venerable Soldier of Uia Croat, Robert J. Miller,
lie i gone I But he will be remembered by hi survi
ving friends, '' .
"Till death atHVtheir hearto' laet emotion." T
in Mecklenburg eounty, on the 5th instant, ELIZA
BETII, danghter of Mr.-William M. and Sarah II
Maxwell; aged aix yearn Z '
In Mecklenburg county, on theljljh instant, Mra,
SARAH UAMVi-b3ea audi tneetfc
"Jn Mecklenburg county, c the -7th mt, Mr. AG
NES SliOAN, aged &! year and 89 daya; . t
In RtatesvilK N. C, en the 20th of April, the Re.
DANIEL GOULD, aged 44 year and 5 month. Mr.
Gould was a native of Nottingham, New-Hampshire,
lie studied Theology at Andover Theological Semina
ry, and completed tlie course of atndy at that tntitiition
in September, 18VJ0. After apendine some time labor-
be wu sent to Statesville aa a Miamonary under the
direction of the North Carolina Missionary Society,
where he became Pastor of the Church in tliat place,
Und where he continued to preach until March, 1827.
He then continued to preach some month longer at Ta
bor, at which place he had labored in conjunction with
thi place, ii December, 1828, be wa appointed, by
tlie American Bible Society, an Afrent for thia State.
In thi apprnntroent, be labored faithfully and ucces
full.. Until Mae. l.llearjr !mnt the
ver of the Bible cause in thi Slate j and since be left
the agency, he hat done much to keep alive aa interest
jaminjert, -i A.aietrrgjTrintTn'Bt8 CTiaracter wa
tptru of iotng good. When hi health wa too
feeble to engage in any very aetive and laborious ser
vice, he opened 'a Book Store in Charlotte.' By thi
mean; be towtfueed Into thi part of North Carol ma,
many very valuable Book, which have done and are
now doing, and will still continue to do, la'ich good.
But be now rest from hi labors on earth, and ba
gone, we trust, to join the company of the redeemed
in Heaven. Hia end was full of pwee, and well cal
culated to show to all areund the worth of our interest
in the merit of the Saviour. To him, death bod lost
it terror-- lie ikT9ijp.fe t u,kM thin, but a
ttiuri Oiiiti'Tbe thought of deaU), in itsuif, was
g, ramef man alarming to him. xl ,r mnw im
he had thought and convered much about ck
eternity. . - .w.- - ;,
To hinv to die wta gain. Oh, that all who hear
and read of hi peaceful death may also be ready for
the hour that await u all t: Va, r tiBiiiaiiifcnidL '
'".' j .
WlIE Exaininalioa of the Student of the Lin.
folntoo Acaib-iny will conuwtica on (lie lOib
day of June, and terminate cat tlie evening of Ibe
ensuing day. Parent ami Guardian are partinj
karly requited to attend. .. . ,.
CT-Tbe Exerci- of llie AeaiTrmy will "be e
umed on Uie HKKT DAY of Jl'LY. The price
of Tuition, per aesaiim, (in advance,) will Us .
For (lie I Alio and C'ntk Languagee, Algebra,
and Geemrtry, . tU&O
ror Lugliah Grammar, Ceography, and
Arithmetic, . A- 8 00
Tof Rcadinf, Writing, Ac. . . 'x " 6 00
C" Board can tie had, in respectable fninilic,'
at 17 per muuh . -
.IXK(JK W." MORRO W7
' PJS. The bealtbine f Linrtdnton, and the Dio
rul atate of aocrrty, render it a peculiarly affiropri
ate location for a Classical SchooL
May 24,1 834. Jt , '
. Administrator's Notice
THE Subacribcr, having qualified aa Administra
tur on the Eaiate of Archibald Crni-e, dre'd., r
at tlie May Term of Rowan County Court, hereby
roqueata ail penom indiibted to taid Enlute to iitake ,
permera immediately f and persona having claim
against aaid Estate are Bxdified to preaarit tliem.lc- "
gully aulhcuticaicJ, within tU lima prcacribed by
Uw, or thia notice will be plead in bar of their re- .
eovrry. IJLKW4N I RAIGE,.
May 81,1 534-Ct , Admiinatrator.'
.Kstate of William Cowan.
'HUE Subscriber, having ubtiioed Letter of Ad-.
mimatratiun on the Estare of William Cowan, L
late of Rowan Couuly, deceased, hereby gim no- C "
tice to all perwHi indebted to aaid Cutate to nk
payment j and all prraona having claims of any do- ,
nomination against said Eatate are berel y notified;. .' .
to preauiU Uient writ bin the rime ptrwribed Mr Jaw. i . "? "'.
or thia notice w ill bo plead in bar of their reeove. ' -
rjr -1 'ROBERT TLEMlNO, "
May 31,' 1834. 3t Administrator.
MIE Subscriber wiiuld lake two or three Ap. .
ptcnticeyo. the Carpculct'ai .TtaJe, if apjdicw '
ii a on inaoe noon. - - , vs
I' , WM. A. WEDDINCTON.
N.B. Nohfl need apply hut aucb a em euua
well recommended tor morality and iraluitry. .' "
Cabarrua Co., May Si, 1834. 3t - r.
-iuar, received, foitflALrit.'
fl(R(DD oun',,' Cotton-Yam, from (he Pe-,
Clonlmdsnt from the North." r Apply Id
TI IE ttoytTpIace ia now open, u bsubJ, (br thfl
. & Jt : . ..
'T1- 17 WM-Mf WWIIHWI -
promised, by the I Jloprictor, for the comfort and Vr-ts
p4eeure of tooet who may uit himV'-''
W. 8. BIMONTON. .
f .ineoln (W Mtw 1 IfiS At ' . . ' J f
aasnav - -
THE SUBSCRIBER OFFERS FOR SALE,
. OS&TIIIKD IMIlt ,
Situated two niilca below Lincolnton. N.C-. at fhev
RttlUiuShoabi .4 -Soath fork." Thia ratio-
ry ui now in excellent repair, and haa in full ope.
ration seven hundred and thirty-nix Spindle, and
eight Loom ready to go into deration. : ,
. also,... i '.
a (Rilonging to the same Eetabjishme nO - -
Arexcellcnt OiWIill, Blacksmith
Stoop, JUAIalulii a .
"'v 'wrrii - '
560 Acres of Land.
Thii nite it Buperior to any in my knowledge f r
maniifHCtiiring, having water-power auflicuuit- to
ttlrn "two thousand spimlles, and pooieming all (he
i?jiyjL?T."graffl inr. citron t,-,ariat i.p,1ffT.
try : the aituation is healthy, well watered, end w . U
calculated for a store. . ' '
.. ALSO, HE OFFERS FOR SALE,
T.i - In the Town of Lincolnton.
THE LOT '
l WHEREON he NOW RESIDTA ',' '
being Lot Na. S, frontinc the Main StreetT"
IiOt No. 10, fronting the Buck Street in the J,'.J
-8cHraref witd town; and, in tiio same o.j ire,
' a 2-acre Farm Lot i ,;.r ...
And also, .UfcJ$0kMM,tbi &.& Fjtiare-, f.xr
llie Maun Street to Jtoaiiioaf 1 ord ;
- ' .. .. with
v:-Seventy-Five Acres of L.t'.i.I .
LT1NG on MILL-CREEK, one and a half mil.
froinrTown. ' ' '
, OCT Tlie Town Property would make a suitable
residence for a Lawyer, Physician, or any Gentle.,
man who would wi,-,ii to spend the Summer in a
healthy, pleasant place.'
A further !
.ft ion Ji deemed vntioces'oaryj as '
2 ta "purchiiiie will no doubt hko
-s 1m fore doinir so.
sny persons ; '
to view the '
Tlie ' "
r vi!I sell the alxivcnamed Tro.
v i ,.!ara to move to a wanrtr ct
mute if bv
, 1331. if. "
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