North Carolina Newspapers

    tW it arreted ,a attn.tl 41 lf rcriil llr
..ii.v, aiwl aim ij nil r h'otm kiao. II
(t.Hr1, nI i.f.4ling stlel to the
I .4 ipmlirfw-Hrnnff, d-t J"M know that )"U
; Vmhui'ig tl." fiil' t f tlm ! r
' Th J kH HMD pnittd hi IllleiilMSiS 1"
. U too rrKitUtwo uJ ak'J In kmi hal ru It
It had iolllliged.
, There. U ou with L yoy have violated, hkI id
KmtocVtan, pooling l lit (in km, and reading-
m (iatttkmra ar permitted f ie, (! In
rlHr, -',. IV H. thu
fc II I" ! II ...l
TDK FANATIC.
Yvi jmb (aligeU jiirniharica.'wb' pere.
verais 10 rtna-al and gtaalraua woold entitle
Hum tu greel credit, ar tiiJ ! work laying lb
fuumlafioti fur servi!" war, of a di4otiofl 4" this
TnHxi. " My dnt-dulion 1 ibis I next, C In
all yuimff-it"i tin) fjt rc-ir-i ilK Ibe g'w
iWmen lb) Houth, whether Nu.hfe,j I'inW
it, Whig or Ti-, we rrcr ne with ho
dlMjpriioiuiir,nphiitirlly ik1 iilftil reerve,
tliul any attempt, uq lU pari Oncml or
V.t Gotroiint, lo tiilerf r itb th rebifiisi
bHwreu ut4r atd alav in ll kWb, w.add bad
0 tneerlab separate! With u slavery of
I boa lUnirl que!.! which MS H no man' I-'-!
of political welfare J btil In tl Haith, il is a
ulyr 1 urk Uttl, ""h waiver! iuteresi, thai
il rill nut bear to U tamjred with. Idle and
property ar w lb "
On print'lpa! oa4i ! fpw liK'tia ml
, litaIiKii4 iMttwUuitra nK t b llw ib-Wnn
t,f lb tobization Hurn-ty, bi h b.U ixil ib
wily rtticMial urf pcH al bnUi f briiMg
lha eiwuiriiailH Omi bbw ki, nanly, wilb llw
Miaul lUir martyr. I'liW lbi iialiiiwia.
blw preliminary i .Wain, o b a BMWwf cjhuk
b" nryiitiflH'U itlul biii f(4lowrJ 0 jf bl
br mwti(' brb w ralenml, himnr lnl
riiao ran aiiU il wilhoul liull-ruitf. Tlx- b-
jtt of ibif tr ajphinia. f ? iwiibiiiigiii"ii(t
" jirwiiuVna"nilaWiiiaiiy lT fir J aialTniM
Iimim tbm coiilry, arr in4 ilUliruli t U A t U-d.
'IU fuualM , 111 lb- fir-t fbu. J nnv, iii lit- -
Mitm llwf JrK-y, ralfaial grjuijuj f r JlaH.
" ihj'0 uI'H-irl wTii 1 l1j iitnttihrnm l i arn.ii
b MitiV;iiiK ry iiwi4 t rVKi ami
Mtnuu.iiy ) and in lit m tnJ, Ihj k divrt
" Ilia CuI. ami rnirilul.a ik.hhiu'd toiliin iiiiiNi-
-TSn.-a,, A.Tr.rM..TTm .b7(.Hlll(a,
IKNI n"ny n"ir aim w tifj '
' rl 1 iMe yRiMttiy mnI jwHie twiiufWur- in-
in tba polluld cbaiuM-l llwir in ul
iiialigiiaiit 4jtl. Il' in tlKir iktiui iulio. nimI
- t)tmn, nni nror ibr btlt-T Tlti(4i tu tin
milv ralKmaJ aixl raclHl4r pluii ever d'i d ti.f
" MMwipalM f f nl1r,,'r"'
piaa. wlf, unlike thanim- rf F.iiIhiiiI, ranwii
b lljtxU'Al out of theiftmraiitird rijihu, by any
bu..vt iuhT beaveu.
Il may w4 I ti rally known t"nir rt aW-ra.
IW ibw Wa"rttn-in thh MatfTif Hurt a
rolW'j, mmKiIUImI mM CrdiM'aliiig yxiis una
. aM4iariM to co about liitfc roarijijt iitrull tf fur)
aitd ftiwlit (xni, rafliMtB lh nirinn"i ri iiir im
liMHltal Ab(4ilHiiiMw TV firot artirP in tlw uii-
titutim nf thia Surirty w as f .Ikiwa t.
I. Oiitrt. Our Jliocl ia Umi immril'uiU m
rifH' f 4 or4 ra- ia fr Vn'iM
Btatri t n frmairipatiun u tlt "lava Innn im op-
r-l,trt f bia hia4fr; tb emnnripaiiai of iIm
- t,tm riJidin-J tuan frttm tkr ottitrtMniim yf ttvblii
; - imitated, unJ ttrlii of itrfa (o a atom and
hicu7 tmtmlUt trtih Ac ukitriL
: i:xwwrt'i-iTipvvrrH pciLjairniKEs cv
JLT1i jrriH"".!! JifcTOUiug imert-jwta with
, rair iux attc.Miat UnTiiMia. ty nir
threo. h rwiatlv aM?d to th dirtv nlfK-atif Chrml
1aiW"lArdiirgiiirtB dutira" hirh thcj mi
Ibir dDti-B. An Chriffiaiw, art ak-miilv
rc Jmuiid iu Broawns brtb thtir "pinnul and temporal
. yiturwt, by f very 4oaiM sati(ii'4 tts pur own
peace and bappturaa. Mow tu tin fmrge our itnty
.(.. iu thia rejiert, to ir ftod, our rmiiirry, dtina-hi-a,
j v NortWii brrthrfin erw not awar oflhi' "extent
tt which tfwy arw Uijurina u. Hut ITie woniid, "ax
Iniu'it havp biiftU eilagloL W IlkllK ttMl uiaa IU
N ; cro iiitid of lha inaxttir. Ilia civil and ifli.M.m
1 nrivilnuea hr btw'n iircriarUv curuiMt Su-ii
"'"tp" VVaS ha vis UVn a walitna-iT, an! prrjudU-w excited,
nurliapa lit an unrcamaiatila extwit in niny,airaint
7 irif anuipia t-iirmnaiia i i"on m
- -Htm-tioa tj l Mack. .JTft with the Chrisliun,
- .. t- ia ' r .. V
"" tin Hrtiimiwl of lnd, Co tearb all iwImmw," ja
NirnnioTiiit lo au jitbt'ia. It is iat knowM'dwi thnt
wohJ rondor oar'WTrrooa S wrvfliit j ami
, Wft of all, it it know ledge of religion thnt would
. injure eitlier th acrt an) or- the nter. (hit it ia
1 -th firt.lhtit.llif.Y i'Uld luiouuiribrlw kfiow4
Mge than it would be made, bv oHi'r, the nirena
of rriHleringthtm dj-a-nfitetitrttaxid inaidKinUnate,
If!-! W.V2r,,( fhe.eHly wf baviuf bit expiartwbtte
Willi our North'Wit brothren on account of their
KKMiterfermic with nbr nVmertK! institntiotia. Ihif
Rittiated a we are, and poam'Sxiiitf irresislil.le evi
rlnc of the fart, we Fel il inir duty both to re-
prove those whu uteiti're;and W iufornt tlie po
" tde of the ftmth. lhal wich ia the ea.Viile we
... hold it .ba be Vjnjisl M Ut as Jiitchriat iau to con-
tnbute unneeeainlV to the exnnence of aniiioi--lie
between diffi'reilt" aertimaof our (treat eife.
iVrtyJ-we ::fni HrT i rVe Tr'-Cfj"!" """
. rnl-w a wanuiii! vr arn'.imt ftny coume of eon
kte wliirh mav ultiiimtelv not tSrttv ilfMiW the
tx-aca rif th ehurrlubut wvef ihe bivudu of thia
- . ; T-i i . . . , I'M
renr fontL-oeracy, ana rcMiiu iu ine ruin in.m
" wind. Bdifving thnt a'nch may be the reault, j
it a our ifutv, rar dure we neglect to rai$ a
- , Vfirning Voic4 f May thfre noi he aome wha wjll
Jiateo to,our just complaint J and m no wut unite
w,(h ua in ataying the iJSAM
wl(,.iikmi8f n wmww it run on o dew iie the
" ' habitation of thmisand-ilBul w.ahaT1 W told by
.- - - aome that theae are Wle arre?ietKmw lhat the
iiuinbtJkjseWAilerftiw
freita of th Stuth, art comparatively frw f tniu
. they are contemptible, and no Ir rprobatd W
the ffreM bidv of the Northern, than by the South
ern people, ',We shii'l be told of the defied of tlie
t,lnl.tionita in Kew York, wiiikr,nd perhana
Vi.any other fine-faced thirga. If any one thinks
Xo-m conidnra'tTons sulTicient to remove all appre-i.enaion-t,
we earnesitlv beff that n will giv a a.
nfiH'torV answer to the f .lowing question : la it
4 L. tlai ftAtiy iCutiiil t avlivelj
f :,,;, ,.-. 1
14 II 14 a U1 )! llnia arn Ufi" aii't .iat
it. it ft -
k tt !fiiKl r-"i,:.,ly tf 1 xl iUifi r-
ifrt 1 lli if i.r. -,., I ( it 14 (mi i that
t m aod r tiit i.dliln -l r iir,Uti-, m tin y way
Ik-, jiri w'ii 4 tuig-; ainl rb rgynri. ara 0f'i
U fxi aiiKaijt I b 111, ami tlx if prxerdiiiga pub.
Ii-Ih - ia many 1 lla nv-t re -labia aivl wukly
rirtukbd waiia of the N'.rjli f I It tuA a f-1
that pup" m are rtaUialil Imii( f r tln-ir a'd
iilrl al-lilii4 or entam iiMliofi f U II i4 a furl
llial a louj-'i iy of the poiilu al and liamau
ara, and tie flik'KMi papura, wilb f W M'l-p-Ixaia,
pnhlidi affiMinla uuirag- c ot.miild by
ilrr III 'iba Kailb, Ufm Ha ir mlr t VtmUi
iber be any Ufla n-wa elPa tunl in hirepr id
iiig the rharartcr of lvrrv ia ih Kajib, tr in r
ritnu the iiMtigoalitai of the Northern poojI
atraiiM4 Iba rimilm ! hoj-p.- re Hull ybao
all the irwIma Mof rrtx ltv prai lid b!imliviiiMa
in the Nrth, up.ni ilwir taunl-, i"n lietr talr
trm Mat ir-rativ'a,ftiid pohli'b iIhmh aa charai trr
ialic of Ibe ,orlbrn p-"jK walM H'rnd l pI
Hlijiw4 ? Koji", in Ibia wny, i alnatld eiak'atur
lo gH up an nritenn'iil ainng ll rVaultern peo.
vn aaiiM tire Northern, wmiUl it ia4 bn willed t
WM-r ia Ilia eaintiy in whirh iiamy exinplea
may ma rolli clr of jnf . rior liring eru Uy IrraU
ed by Ibxtr miMrlra -'! of ira ami rlnldmu
U ing Urtnuly trealinl by the la ad of lit (aim
ly f Jkil waiM ll not be jiriJv dwhjaHt to rtf-bti
mm U eaaea, lo rpreviil tb rftararler u( lltn p
pi", wilb a H'W in r-mW tbfm (alioua, ami to acite
agauett tbrm tin) tudignaliiaf futlumT Ye4 ia a
lliia the rouraa puraa-d by a large mnj'.ffly i4 tlx
lia4 infliK-iilwl leliitona papera ml.libU-d iii II"
North ? U it not a fa t that in many W Iba litera
ry iiariiluliona of I he North, aoti-i-ry amM-l
are fcinm-tl ? I it not a fact tlyit it Amlovar, aa of
lite inoftl rt-apiaiable thnnbtgir j( M-minarw m the
Norib, lorra ia one which hi i regular anuier
try reb-hmlion (r lit" purf'" of di'majiicing Ihf
Uwtiliiliiaaiof lire Hailh r ) Il not a fact thai lb"
UM iiilara of ibia inttiiH.ai. alio anmwlly rli.
jor-any HimH tee I ;iritrd Hta-a, atnmf pWgM fo
one auolher f N it ft-a a f-l that b-nra from the
ti-mili, ibrarrilaug tit" latrrora alatery, and oV
nmiricing tin) mjieila-e of (he evuiciii, are milihed
in lb ,.rh t- Ity wboiu t liy ihUuc I Or In
wane of the miwuxiarir m n lo Milihti-n and eai-ti-rt
the lamtheiiof I If Booth? Vt bo, with-ut thf
Dmp4 piatliva eai-or, could U-liete ibal iitan, li
ing omai the UainlH-a if Ibe Kinlh, eiijijngho
rf j,.U)W,,M(H)W
ml nteiviiig ih"
in lit meantime
bu ri'pii.'iiluM ua aa imaali-ra f nmpniv, and ex-
i diof egiitnal u ibe prjii(lM- aial iimIiiwImio of
mir btctbren 1 W eU naiy we rwy with Hm inapinl
prMUuui, " FailbAii are lite wamda of a friend ;
but the kiw it of an enemy are deTiifu.n l mil
the t'oioniaalioft tioriHy a leery fwrwertirt and mfln
enliitl mult F Jio tart l' liM-iiibera make the wihk'
rvr woihIhiih of nuitery aa m iiaub' by lha altoli
tNiita ? J hi tin y mil iUmh4hh c it 111 (lie aame
li ruta I Io they iIiIPt from the abiJiluanala in
any utluir npv;l Ui Jltt luuuta luurt auila,
blf fur the atinniphiiliiiieMt of tl-ir ohar T Khali
we m told that all the prm-a priiwtilutitl to the
niiboly ewita of peiabiriog an eci-ment amonrr
the pitile of tin- North 11 14 in lint thiaieof the Haitb,
arc patroouod by pujpla diiafjoriun4'll-ir ai.
duel f hliall Wa bu li.ld, ill view of all tln-att Gm Ik.
llial our apfiivlwii-iiiNMi r iin(!niMld ? W e dial-
birue a di-nial of tla-in. We bold in our hamln
M-uiiMn4a ciNiiaiiiing ample evidi-nce to aubeiati
tial IIh'Iii. lie who, after reflecting upon all the
iiHivt-iia iit" lx-mtive to Ibia wioHfJ, cart eee no cauae
of appreheianmi, nmV well be coiiiaired to the iM-t
of the la'Alhen, which bave eara but hear not, and
wvea bnt weeiwn."t wn effhrtu trrgteaf tiMt SVfief:
Ntt;riiiply itauler lkil rlv pektcc .an ..ctdtrmeia
which wit pmre incapable of being clieckt-J, even
hy iHomp imH Rctiv in PM-aluig it I U'4m tan A v
lu Hibai Utopia hmmi will fo imnrllwi bv mit.
ihh rnorii 1 aireaoy rr jiiaii'j in iue rroa.yufat
. .A. I 1 I . .1 B-v .
rhilirh to eirliMM" alavehoI'M-ra lnm it mninin
uionf Km not tins oiiii Urn carried in tv.o ollwr
cDtrfOf ....... .. , .. .
-.tfaice tbrn fbi ilavn1 of tb Koiitli V tirwrd ' bv
tbo M(b if I lie Nonii an a lml odiona rniiM',
and our la-vr an iniiurt'til willi'irx, mniMd to
-ffara mnvmntrTT aiiwr it la netted a nnhimttl
"in and lngi.ic? 1 hiwe auuonv m fr
trayin th ti ift-riMgpt of lh iiiiKxcnt ih'j;io and I lie
harUrity of the ina.ttr, im it im4 to be frarwf that
iIm tiiiK" nmv Mn coiite alu'ii aoine nolilit-aj A'jo-
lu Khall.-Kiv&mitJu the atrumilm piowoMao lb
uiul'.itutlt), and lite lair fubric of the Union be d.
molished by . the utonii 1 All tliia is not only pro
bkble. but will inevitably be, tlie rewih, if J he pre.
aent I'o'irno of thingaemlinue. Permit ua llwn to
ask.J hoa? who a r?. interfering with our d niest ic
:) J lrrff','y li"il"J ill f
cinicenia. a K:w im'i.ii. Has your iutcrttrwa,4lll pl"
HtM' ad (r doing gml, not been prodm tive of evil ? " 1 he c
Ilea il not ad. led m-ronurilv to the riirnra of alnve
ry f Hue it not cmMmed the Southern people to
curtart'Mtie pnVIU'L'es of tlieir doua-alica I la it
uot Hiihitteriiitf tlie poopie of thi North jmainfel
Kae ot 1hn ISiiUth j arMl exasperating lite laMer
ajmatttwf '4nef f A few year bark, and South-
era men were the adviMaivf ol .Culmination. A
ff year ago, and many of air wgmea were
taught to rend without any apprckuiie that they
would let rendered W(M inalcad of letter. A tew
year ago-, and many of them Could write, ami were
employed u clerks. A few yearn poM, and those
h ibfaieed ir,aetr their iervanfa fi-ee. Jiut you
huve lo n w liipermg it iu Ibe chimney Cornera,
in the by-pHiha. and. in ths.uuiitluiiiht juwuibliea.
Ji4ii m a aloiiuiis iii which, tAwhi and
clothe nmu, a glorious state, free from labor and
toil, from tare and sorrow, w hh h Commit in la-insr
always hntpy. Yraj have bicii teaching them that
domtwlie servihttlc is a viokttinii of the law s of God
aial man, a etale tf.4mp region, inult,uid hgrada
tiom Wher are tha l,tbtrtDg elar-a, that may
Uot W rcpealeiT hiisrcpresenfation. be rendered dial
contented, and dangerow to the pec and happj -
,,Atgcieiy.tC4l.w 'hw-it"'''b'nlTiMe the
latainng rlaaMC in Aew 1 ork, by Iwing pemiaded
that they were criK.lly -anjiiatly- Ireatehad
atinnot uiiroied the fi.uiiontioiut of ffovernntent. and
Had Ihe Soliin been instrumental in pmiluciur this
excitemeirt, would we not hnve histlv merited the.
iiwignoiion of every inentl to good order, and hap
piiies t Fhoubl vou succeml in rtrodiicin?r auffihient
exciteinesst in iWntth to induce th toultitud lo
overleap the barrier of the Constitution and law
of Ike country, what would lie the result 1 HaV
ye whu f!.rro pence societies, imd who desire lo ap.
Cr foremoet in rhristiun viVtues, Jind acts of pni
bropy, eoowiWed tlit -"teB the Eitui wijj
( J. l,. jMi bt aU j bi"i frb
1 tle I10.I1114IU aw.vtn with ll tlctj ami tle dtcCrr
Jrf -"ir. J 1U1 j.AiaiU lUe a "l4
I (laiioa iit aia.iiiiiiaiii 'i "p -i" i-
Xhwt. la wr emirw. tlten. a ba h II tab ul
led Iu pr f lw " tai rsrth paf e ami r
ward lorq V If .t. ca It be c"t-wtjnl wuh th
d trim t4 Chn4iaitity f Aal if no, can you
p t a Ucaifiy l fet 11 p. 44 y.air rltirta 1
W'a copy lha f 4hwiiig aa a pe imo i4wm of
iba artaUa lUi-hfd f,f lha purpiaw 1 ling
llm pa. 4,4a of the ,N-ih agnnat (h ian U lit rVartlt.
Our paper might ba Ulled ttary w-k with plKa
of a anoilar cl.ararier. (air I inguage on Una aub.
jmcI baa, perliapa, bee tou at roc f. U'd ll U un-
paMtMl U any man, tinlea rrterry eaiiua M
Celuig, W pent wUt i written am thta aubjetf
at th Nih, end rortaidrr tlie emiaequence to
whu h it mtM lead, witimut beii. both grieiad and
dlleaaod.
MrrrtXuo, -Mc flronm. eorjvid'J id th
clrr of wvatyhiiv, au-al.ar, and carry .g ay a ne
fT'i alava, tlta pn-tiy U h aut of C4. TtyV , of
rVrnth f'trijiaa, baa Ura aenutirad to ba butt U
k a inly axL Tba Jury bate rrowiiiiralg buu to
fcifutie cleun-flry.
" la tlm the iMtnrvaiy of oir rt-4rtli Uwpirer lo
tl riefhle4lneai of Ute Jewih datute, fji'l. 1 : 11,
" JI lW tWOl wtan. and eie1h hmt, of if e
W eS kit hmntU ka aball Mirely t- put lo death
'r a n aw ateaiiof Ui -yrofnif n in ew t a.
Taylor," litat tlm mna at wntem-ed t" h tmog t H"W
rii C4 T) lor by a proTy " of bin fellow eion-Irvnu-a
f W abould ho glad In know wha emHiteleii
lvr-fcIiii. bv Urn law. . N.aiih imiitM I ir a
lif, by Uta U
laiher .hcaiM laka hat child awiy fWmi in ti-r. t.fT 1 mini4J( (oilk eb, t (li , UnjiMly aeru-il
rt 'r!jB " t J'XhJ alempting tu poAracl dacord lalaeea to .W
IV.-nlaia, Wow Id he hV W be hung f ealitig ' " r
V t'M...Ll 1 aial lb SraiOl.
Was it the futlierof lite child who stole it ?
ROYAL I'KKKOtiATlVfc
r'rw U from a Fpeerb buulr m the IWitich Pari larnent.
011 the mutual (U ign-emg lo an SMinm to tit King.
" Mr. Ilfiry irattan said, il waa iiiipowihle to
tft He lW wlle-ws A oolv oil aecvuHl if aha
ll aaid, but w hat it had omitted to aav. Tlie re i
no lelief prtHniteo there is a very iimIiiIiim-I ami
unililelligihla alatement a lo tithes ami tltere
are jtorleirtous threats, angry language, ami oinin-
taja eipreaamna ot renewe! na-ti hsi. It might lie
suppoMi thai flas act nt laal year w.kjki nsvf D-cii
.miiim lein J lis vm enre in in oo.ar, us i-iuure im
ljr" '' " e U "iMm '
a t I al . ' 1L.1 1 J a.. ....a .1 ..
' ""niai-ra .n., in m-r .o - a
irw uiiiiirii-ra i iiiv w-m v in i iw an-o iiuv
...
i f . rV " ., 'OHO rciiiJiknli
pend Ibe CiHrtitUtii. IM measure bad nothing i . j.
on which too operate; the people became qmet j
limm ralwr rmnia. Itia eerwlilimi ff a lilha Karl ranee.
and the million bill-thew.. sihI not ibe coerca,
bill, atme.ed the rotd. Htill, there was much
dimiuiet, miM'h si'itati'tn : and. the minister coim-s
forasrd aguili, and in aiKHh' ,et h fulininate
from the throne dcniinciationa agfiireal Ibe pe..pc.
(Hear.) 1 ask, what nnno-ler dirlnU-d the Word
bpl ..Moje-lUy. luu UiM uaad I -- W it, waa awdsetorre
eu.Hii;h to MiggeHl litem, ami who weak ciSkiIi lo
adviMe their adoption f Who i the junior niini
ler, whu, iu the exeeaw of be oiirnlei e, mrjierw.
ded tie' Hcuior ami tada-r niemU r invade the
oliiuA.if priiow nemtftcr, and firresthe intnliK lio.
of lite t in K4iS II. t Imte fiillcn from the Kmg
Are I hey aware of what i seid when tla'y make
the King declare that his inxh taibjects luite
drawn down upon theuix lvca hia ''jiM indifrna
lion'' that our roynl mnler is indiuiwul wilh hi
people, and thnt In 'anger in not only great but
o jul !" Ilia faithful Miljccts m Irelnml have now
to dreadthe conacqiM'iices that are altemLnt uxm
hi Inch grnttinn, attrl this ftnnt the fnthrrTif hU
peoj'K (Ioml cries of' Hear, hcarLhear?MJ lSir
in ail lite ryal sptxrjica I Imvu reiul, ihi hm'Ii ex-
prdwaons an IIhi& occur.
. .
W twii hia Maj"wty ia made to spenk of jiihl
TaTaMMIjnialloti, ma v
I with due tnibuiiHiion,
I I . I . 1 '
wh4rrelrI.cn1ngdrKtpll rdtlls Irish mibjccts hflr.
excited lijunt imliiriuition I (t'ritiaof bear, hesr.)
1 1 iia the eniiuratiuii ol Iter njuiciiwl imiIh iiv am
KWitry, and WreaaH atetetiteejm haa the alu
ditnhientttf tlt relaf iooa knit NwralTiillwr wMt
....I .1 ..1 , . . . m. j..
era of-tlieir native (and' hnve th(y" excitrd his
MnjcatyV. juet iialiifiialinn hear) or has the
complaint of want of employment, want of trade,
want of mamimcttirc a state which an Irish
ChtUrcellor of the Exchequer dcvliired was that of j
a " beggared ffetttry and a mined peaaantrr ha
this state of things excited the juet indivuntion of
hi .Majesty T . Is the hing neref angry but when
the Irih tk. ftir liberty, aud. Ibr . eioploymeet ?
ami 1 he to tic satixhcd or mh ut when they starve for
want of Itn-ad ? And this, too, from the father ol
mniittee state (hot their fellow crea
ture are reduced " to the lowest ebb of human
NilIr-riiLg, and c" riven by-Jiu..to. tl .fy-dge
of A's)finir'-Hnal chmng the lust year they had"
relieved about lUvoltU iawiiliea, amounting to 8J,.
000 ja-.rina, - (Ueaj hosw.) -j.Thi is no refined
to Dublin alone. Tlie reolutiiHisof the meetiiis
in vaiioua parfof lilid'aatr'fhe"'laT
tlie weet of Ireland, at a iiMWting where the Bishop
of Marmiia presided, the resolutions were of the.
same report. The law does not .allowiw.io.call
him bishop, but Dr. Mac Hale doe not want that
title here, for whether be writes, or Sieak. or
acta, he dixplava a auirit of philaiithroov and piety.
And charity, united to ancient love and tiie lights
BUI lNTil kVJUH IUB. v Dfevae oeiiwvwtw wn"'newTfv"i laTmtirwT.-a nirn i;ireaieiw to wuelin our loolilu-
MI:MygaWt.'l Pnce captivate ni 'wilieMf I'Wtl We Vv U-r -eWiewtm Yet
hshrnnd (iu hmior ali
iko to the iudiviiluei-ami
hia sacred culling ; he too uWrilies the deplorulile
state of the wet4 of Ireland, and the destitution of
the people. Thu resolutions say. that J0.000 per.
s s is in his dioceses eat meat but twice a year, and
have scarcely potatoe enough to subsist on."
i Tlieir resolutions are imoslly coia hed Ia pre
per and decom tertmt Tle?y seek by petition
i ajk
and are trtey to, la prevented T Ito Minister meun
lo declare it hich treason to meet and speak upon
the Repeal I Th prime twTnisler of tlie count ry
stood bv the throne. hoWipg jn Js ihitaword
of"state. The speech almoet tells us that it is to
be drawn from the ecaliherd. (Hear, hear.) c But
Sir, there i another statement in that speech, of a
moet unconstitutional nature. Hi Majesty is
made to aaythatil is " jbi fixed add unalterable
resolution to rpiintainTinviolate the art of Union !"
W'hut minister advised thia T or what minister
could advise a doctrine more unconstitutionai ?
and, coming frohi'lne gentleinen opnoeite, it is
most surprising; ' Thef murt jnnw lhat theact of
I'moii wlttil au act of parhanieut, aud that it has
.im! can U alierwiL Tltey eTM.:!y l" H;- M
King U tai figl.1 or .rern;aiia whereby V ran
I Oh. d. laiw ki d. teru.o-ti-41 U irf
i4 ai.y meaaure. ll i na.trary t' Ute fir
pruiple if the f ..oW.iMa, H4 maiiil Li f
limpid infrunrea-iil. If Hm King can tbu in
a.la tail funrteaas l)i LU.ra of Una body are al
an end. (Hear, bear.) W are here, only to
pat auch law aa b my in tU flrt lntanrw ip
pi.ite of j and, MaiH bta M.HX mtu,TJ
pieawre, ll rr-r-ilativeaof lha of.U aut re.
rtaui pawiva ajaiatora, and merge Iheir qii .t.'y
of legialalora. 'IVy are red to propound h i,
but to iiha U & but Majey. If ao, a y
al once go heck to our fonatiiueoia, and rean ll.e
IruJ fomimtel lo our care. (Il.ar, bear.")
nr iratiTi
ait cai.ia.
SALISHUUY:
fl ATUP D A TrjH:w JUNE 11 .11 13 4
FANATIC I HM.
N'.tt unfrej.i'.itly, Mia- the present Edibw of the Ca
In h tje-ti ciurye.1 ami mxiiiny in o ,-ioruiem
People, tod hi (4"i i4inl aiiiiua4ferlt4M li'NI the f-
I imtua liAte bean utrnnely amJ unlkirly perverted inUi
' . . J L...l. t. I.
ctwititii n pin. n inBHiir i.i iuir
N'labuiii fan be -m iut. If the rVlitof entertain
my wejiwlm- at all 111 relutHai tu the l'coe t4 tlw
North, tliey are ei-ilaillv ! 4 rfmaUt. Tl4i((h
. alre-W Ut Ur )! 4Muuf Uta M VaaiWa
mmr j,,, at tluil jn.l of life w hull iajmat anafepl
,,r , g,-i, n and t"finnenl unpreaicai and eai-
inr n-rf only a tmuv ami cn.lunne tiartislitv f'f
umUy unbuJuaw, Ia4 l.Uwa. m iM mam, a tavorable
j p,,un ,4 xm- jfreat rnaM uf -iey there.
Vv,!, w, al'lMuh he .-. m ihnr bshiia, tl.eir
M4.lt4.ni , clUullUL m,tltutuu sud lW UaiU
Ud rharaelrr. ...... I, tl.t 1. worthy of i.ra,- ami of I Bib
. ' '
j MflM Jlu, ,, y ,() MjJ(M.
i ri ., . , . e r
iCuuuUu.it. I la y are tlm winlanU f a rare uf
at mil .-, ti.r tlu-ir iletnliiai to nvil ll
l.'i'-ir laiiulii uiu and li'liirioua UiloW-
B- H ' -ld "'' "oanger. at tlm
I Premnl to ta 1'K''"d ' 6n
tiCMii which Hire a ilurk tint U4i tlieothtfrwiae bright
clwintrbir of tue " 1'ilitriui l'ih"r" of New Lnglami,
aitd tlieir niiiu.-iliote ili'M.i'ii.lantii.
We Suiuit tout there in hu ilnner now thnn there
watwoeenlrrieearUT-'nicrP bin. ta-aiia uilglily projre
, ainee tlieu ui uhusI ami inli-lU-. liml liupruvniieiiL Itut,
notvt it)iolau.uii( all thia, Annum mulure il lh mmt,
smt therefore It is n't entirely ac-ure fnsn tlie opera
tiouiof caiiM-s wlm u hsC liL'iLiolutTC ituJuccd ao touch
iiujfJ.r ia wciety.
All history teui hea uh that, ax the sunp.lsat cvnttitu-
tn.n or orgiiuiatioo ol the naluial budy is wot proof
agiinat diaeaae, no the nnel healthy ami perfect atnte
of.A iotT.a a pulitiral.nr even an a rtUfpoun commu
nity, is subject lo mural dixadera, which, tltouffh they
' nisy font m no foe time within a limited upliere, art
uot ananl lo heeiatte ettrlcmica.
. . . From whatever canac tl originated, it oii.lt "m4. amt
it cuuiiut be conci-shyj haj sycla Uuorder baa alroa.lv
briir; iiTwerte direc, epuicmicat at the Morth. To
1 borrow a phraae winch aeeots Jieeuliarly sjiplicsklejtlic
W'hVrtVi-.-.".MT!.-..r-'.T1,,,''1. 'm.l 1.. '.,. ... 1 ..! ....
and it is tlie port of patriotiiwi and of true CiirietjaD
henc-nlimoe US' tnke micft precautionary naaaures as
may prevent the enleimioii of s plague that would be
iiicuucoivuhly mora tannine than the Asiatic Cholera.
- Pr?. .!!XZ S.wft'tord
1 rh'ng the pf"iri;rj of tuis plsguej and ta it not the
duly of all, who have Unite' lil.lis, to use llieiii pru
dently, but with energy, 111 order lo arrt tiif nri;nsj
1 -...J...i.Ji.jt.1lJt. Y IW ''. "h1 - - v. - 1
tiisi snd our country in "hideous rum !" It is a nb
ject (4ai.tly'lii.ie iiiinrtnnr tlin.ii many sujijhm;, ami
il u growing more ami imire uimnontouh.
In Uiw per w ill hp found an .extract from a New
York paper, giving a snort sketch of tlie' present htuie
of tiia diaeaae ; ami immediately after it w ill he m-cii bu
"llxpoUlU4l,, taken from a Southern er, wliieh
ia conduct by aa able; Minister ot liio rruabytcr.an
I nurcn.
Hitherto a most cnljwble sjiathy on this subject ha
pervaded lite whale Southern prene, Willi fewexeep
lions. Ami, biHaiiM! those few linmH ncd to he, in te
neral, opjswd to. aggressions of another kind, it wss
.uogt-ueruusly akwrtod Unit they were intenl ti)Nii prr-
lucuig 011 unnecessary excitemoiil for a uxt unrigh;
uoos puri4e.. - -
- But it it time tH-smftffiiberaj Itfnnlu gW place
to prudent counsels; and the wise arid the vutuouaof
uie laiwj, wiinoui regard lo local Uiviphmis, or political
partica, or religksjs wets, must niiite.'sjwdiVy unite,
their energies ngaintt Uie uiiieiMling Hanger or Uie
day of lhiajiappy Jtejiuhlic j numhered. - . -Fro
the X. Y. American, edited y Chan. Kin sr. F.a
f Tlie ' Richmond Eininirer' would, we mrsim.. Run
pass fiira jom-niil devoted1 to the lu w nd wiljinjj to
sea tbe lail-
tolfV.;v .t V .i F':--
thp fotirliMt
isw trihunsls of thus land. Koeak
trie rresiuem woiini cause a snr wrooi to be sued out
against Uie Hank of the United States, the Kmjuirer
mmym ..
. " We doubt much the cmcaey nf a Scire Farm.
" would give the Rank a handle fur new clamor and ad
"ditional pressure on the People; but of what avail
" would be this proceta! The scire fhria ru.l,l i
" sued out rif the Oircnit Court for the District of Feim.
erfvft'nT",'tfr Ri.;.! ;.,J'.t.." u .u. .
" mmnble into by the Supreme Court of the V. States.'
" ,fny one rxpecta strict juwiee. in :h a Cat;
B from these tribunals, he ha a more sanpuine tempp.
MturPl,hw ye happan ta puwi'iaj. The-claV'ought'
" to be transferred to tbe ereat tribunal of the Peonle-
and thrrt ktitbe decided!"
And if instice is not to be expected from such a
Cwrrr as ihst in which An (Wrsa presides, does
the Richmond .Enquirer honestly believe that it can be
haCftwa heated partiren appeal to Uie people 1. If t
Court, combining so thoroughly as that of Jhe Supreme
Coort of tiie Cmtod State, every element of ihdepen-dpnce-whrise
Jmlee. permanent, with salaries
ttiat cannot be drmmished, and without any connection
!i rr"!"0' tn,s,ed -m Ab atriet
leeiit Ttgnt are m ehtroversy where penal clause
tu Uie cltartnrwr gat and rich, and therefore ponu-;
Ur'r iil4f.it.4i. faivriilrrfi I lo b, if . ,
apftliixlWliat t lobe lu p.J .4h iJiwu,.,, m t, '
I, .fl(, Ma-hiD, Wrjii.lwB, Sll N-ir ,hlr,rf s .
f,nl r H "r"Tt th ttiilh, and When ll.e Jw. "
HMrtfr.nl tiuilaai MtMiluriMieasra trjUif .
ittf amlrf a aoletoa oath J W e ak Hi UkI,ij
tjmrer lo Stitacr lh B,uelni, n,4 M a pr1ii,
14, Uil aa aa Iwate! an sn-l L ri.. il. ,H tm
ss aura. W ith li.a overt rui.-u.fl ,4 ilMiaat m ,.
CiaiUniita tit, the Hupteuia (Ueirtuf Ua I nile f.U
fth bited in Uta paragraph we hats s,i.
I)e jo) think, Mr. King, that old klr. taawaicni ,
Rib hi will five ii a tdsin bonrt ai.. .. '
hard quitton 1 If yuu io, yon will bs diai,uW
air mn nnrnw w.ram rr ji,a aura 111 aitawrr g
awet were a plenty as blackberrto,' aiileta it kiift'
I - . .1 . . . I L .
urn aa m mirra w urn piny.
This sltort psragrapb iVusa th Ricbmiawl Fjxjtnh,
ena a new chapter in Iba lnti7 uf tU time. ,
worthy of a Mile mnr comment Utsatli Kdiua-oft.,
Amerira It betoed ne It ,
Ha ll remetnliefed, thst Mr. Ritclii aot nnly pnsV,,
eaa did until lately a graal rsspert HiTeierfa,
partuteitt of (in ernuielit, but pfetenJed t be M jj,,.
cat area uf Wale R.flita.
M. .. iHVblkA ll.Jkll ,JA vkit I. a A
' " " '-' w mm u.-rMMIKlli.
the frtrn-h of Hlat Rhta, and at th Mine I laa prt,'
antg Uta 4atr, Judp t'aher, tit writer lU r
gaut b-lti ti signed la ke," called up Mr. kiUh.
lo tell linn what he riM-wnl by Htate Rjhta, and hf
Were Uia it iitodics fir iM.lal of them.
Mr. Uit (i did not think it prudent at thai tm9
venture up an esptaittuu of bi vietts; but a kH
it now ia plain terms.
tn ti. l. . . . .. '
I lie riatr signia inen roniena in! in all qirtxa
of piriiJiciam fceiween a Ktai and the General &,
vi-rninent, the pftter tribunal tn dcide, hi lha laat a
ort,wuild b a VnventMn of the StaUa. The K,
ttiaeU r.wiiend that tlie Supreme four! ia the po-
Uiuuiiai. ImiI H aeeflw wnw that ittey sr UrtJl wn
"the csae miht lo be t'an-f'-frcd to the great Iribgu
of the 1'iT.jile ao says Mr Ritchie, stvl sn, reura
w ill all ihr iriy y, nntil th7 din-utur that a ms
r.) of the i;i. t trirxjiial of the lle" art iprasi
lo Un-rreioilitt ; ami Itw-ii we np.wuc hi- will "atretH
Ins arm lia the ViKI,ni)ii men I'roni ibe Wrat" tat--ill
an-l d.TMir the dnjl
U'ft tealljf Jlr. JUldin) jnw to-bsve rrni strtrv'j
mad sim e the levtion jn Virjrmia turned nut (m
loa party. ha now sUnoWd the ngbt wf ti
Htatca, sad. amon the rt, evt u tLoc of. ih iIImh
mi OIJ liiwinion. wh'ch 111. In j p. rulisrly irv
ttt hint, and f ivo them up lo lha tcndir n.err.e,,
majority of th I'r-.pl.' of fjje Umlad fUntw- e h
fiien ap all the clieck upn the ahxihiU- mssa-iiy-vn.
the rVnatc and the uptvme Court, which are ti
uli'y di partiiMHtta wherein th erjoabty of tlie Stales a
preaerved j and baa thus dsifidiiiely enlruMiJ all fa
righta Tea, and powers tit to U.e" Preaaivtit, larLt
by lite "great tribunal!" '
Thus ha Mr. Ritchie at la come out plaiidy m V
voc of tlie Conwdidation d.sriii.-s p the I'pv-Uii-'
IVsjafr ha a forced him hi eonCa hs poliicsl rrnt
and now wa hope Utat stewilt me. teneefstifftii ri-
lead thoHe w bo fotlott ed bun in bs iurultou and tin
on political i vtiise. f
CO.NGRFHNIONAI. M;MM,rY.
On M.4iila, the 2ui inrfant, the lion John Pell, a
Tenm-SMe, wai. elected bjw.ikcr ef tlie Ibm U He
praarnlative, to aapply Ue vacancy eaued by ibe ri
aignataMi of Mr. ttcvcun. .'
T'.cre were ten balks ingit before a choice was m.V
The contest wa between Mis Bell and Mr L'olk, M
from 'J'ewneee; snd on the tenth bsllotiiig, IV Q hi
lit. and l'oiliT acaluwing aft,- - '
Meaam rWi and Hnlfc TS btrtb frieiidTy bt flieAn
nwliuiion, but the latter ieJisewnTJ .fhciuTof 3ltSu
BiiTen. Mr. Itcll trr'.fiire uui Wooct to lW nmcc
of that prrrtion of tho Jsck-nn men oppmrd to Yn ttt
rrrywrHi tliree who"fc ; ViftpweJ tpyii ilntipM"!"
iM-raliy. - ( 'j'-' 7-
MrrlMt h'ttof entirely Hi i)iii7-lht "m
go the prescut Arai hut, wisiderful to relate, canwit
swullow. tllC tuJ! . This would em parttdoxaral tf rt
did ,ia4 . know what a pmrcrtul eliwet be magutit
hanjifCtlte' fuuciianaiafWh body sud nuud..
; In the Hcnste, anme rinjpoiniioTis rjfMr." Bibb,
ameml the t oneMution in the rtre'rtJu,k
TW'of n'esiileht aild A u c-i'r. hidtnL have been refcf-
rd lo a Seli-cl Committee cnnKwd of Mewl. Bibb,
Ib liUsi, WrbMer, ralhnimi and Forsytli. "
Tbe rMliit:nrn .f tr. CJ.iy. (vtti.ch we piiblitJiei
lust we.-k.) in relation ta tin. lit (UMites, have paw
tiie iSennte. " ... - t.
ir. McKean, of I'er.n-ylvsnii, presented s memori
al, winch h m:.iiiiini.ii w.th thrt fidhtwitig remarks
Mr. McKeiiu Mini,' emtirfritttr tif thiHy c.tiiieni
tbe first i-sm i iuliility, fn.iii inrimis mvIk'ho of I'mir
slvaiua, all of whom, he believed, were now in iIk
1 ' !lK'.r,,;'1'!,tiL'. IlillUMSkmal loin hy pttltlnrsW
In ciuujifc 1 immwul to he prewnted to thp Stftatf.
sij:ned by more than 'ttt) llrlrgat,.,! 'r,,in the.ditiemit
counties of that State, whu siacuihled t llsrrirhurr.
the Nwl. of i wntmerri, on the'Tnn WiiiiKTo cVinStin
as to tlie cause of public distress and mode i f itliii
Awl tiiouslt, he said, a dilTerew of olitieal opinwis,
b welj ss ou.quesUojui of idtelraal-vxpeiiktH V, extstei
between portion of the meimirislisb. and hiniself.it
w-r?We -bta dewre to reiHnwTit thenv fiurhr.
mid it was no lens his pmlc thnn hut duly to cav. Hoi
this foiivenlkin utnyiriwil ns nuicli of re.'pcetablill.
talent, and weight of public nix! private characler. tt
any Convention nf men tl mi hml ftaw-nihleH any whrrt
wttbin-bia-keowleejrev ; wnd 'Whw eypiierce eiit.'t'itl,
uieir 04j1.iR.11a in UienaM respmfiil criTmiirf ratxi.
lie bad been fornisiied witli a tnteiiient 4iew n(
the general as well ss mlitiel cinpli xni nf th
Comentinn, snd be took orcss;ou to sUlbcJteffl
JTJiSjniltitf liy hia own 1initt' fwl e Ml' lite IllUS W
xtated The whole number of Delegate present t
at)9: of Uhh number, 75 were original Jiicksoii nun,
about 30 pf whom supported lletieral Jackson in 1
Delegates were appointed from IH counties, and Del
gstes were in aetun attemlsuee from 44 eminties, in
cluding the City of Philadelphia, accidents ha ing pre
vented the attendance from the other 4. He hud bee
particularly instructed to ray, tlMt the entire proceed
ui?s hsd been distinpninheH fi,- harmony, unsnimitr,
?"!. jf?al "n4 tl?t the wJiide ehamctrTf 'tiV Pontm
turn furnished the strongest evidence of a great pol'i
cal change hi Pennhylvanis, snd a growing oppositios
to the recent meanorep of the present '"AdmTi'nrfratN
ef the Cieneral Govrrmrt. JSejEncjjuoriulww writ
ten with gTeat riirce snrbiritv, and condemns, in
the conduct of the Kxecntive bmnch of the (ieverB
ment in reference to the Rank in u-hirh rnnse tlicf
ascribe all the present dint reuse of the luuntry, w
a t-oiigress lor relief.
KING WII.IJAM AND KINO ANDREW.
In the Britbh par!iameiit.ite!v. Mr. Sh) introdu-
ced a petition from many distressed peojilo in Ireland,
praying for a repeal f the legislative UnioD betwert
England and Irekml. -and'fof thcaDoliiIoh"of (be
pressive system of tithe.
tt i the ctBttooiTm Great Britain, for the rarliammt
    

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