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H0TTTH vKhTV asf CJOJWal.
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1 TUnDAY- DECEMBER 20, 1834.
fptn MJlh Carolina We bar tbeerinf; Mtelli
',m tin such u niut prove gratifying In avcry lover
' VaaMlM nruuicriy airtoncaw. i urn wiay is um re-
of tar regu supply w "t una mumma,
r. wnta . at present, fYura f imf many particulara,
J4 Uus atsrh art able to gather (rum Uie enures
ithla 0ir reach--- that a emmprmmUt has takes place
tfeatW hiaWle aaXagmuat partica ia thai iiUto.
that tltnir billor .mnsauly afaiiwt eath other baa
k1 bres buried ia una oxntma i rata. Il iara
gat the Oath of Allegiance Ma pwJ bulb I louars of
tl yf tlaturr, and area engraftnl oa U I orislitutiim
iJiat a Rrpvrt i1 federal RrlafiiSM (the partiro
a frahire of which we have no white in atatod,)
laUo ha passed, by a very large majority ( on ao
opMl pf which latter, the Union Men in lte Lgiale
MM iawmlailcljr expressed their entire concurrence ui
r mm mum U lbs Armer, ami lbcii willuitfuuiai Ui
! party strife, ami rccciva the adoption of Uie Ro-
& i- ij .1 i. 'it i
p4 at a pnaoe-om-ring ibm obi uie anar uf UMiir uieeu
gtaie. Leading men ia lite rank of each party
,ri their congratulations tu Uieir roiiiiiMja Country
! m lb amicable sutUement uf the unfortunate dtderea
ikicb bad ao kf axialed and divided kMirxler Umw
, aVwld bare but one Duad of bwa towania each
tad gat priacipla of artirw Um tril other.
Tbia floriiitM coeaummation and unkn 1 conflictinf
auaeaa waa eabibrfed U a striking manmf on Um
flcctjaa IjT Uvemar of tltt Buii, bkb Uk place on
tt Via hatanL air. McUuffie waa lite only candidate
jbrWeef aiaJ WiKMrry or, wrtn tbe ex
trpuai uf Ivt, oa juint ballot of the two IbMMm! The
bat Culuubia paprra coaUia bia Inaugural Kpoecb, in
fn'mut aibicb tbey aprak in unqualified U-rnia, but
sol km kirhly ijt tU weriL The (ul lowing ia the con-
dWinf paragraph of it, and may aerve In cxmvey an
Urn J tba (alrklima aod todtrpuiduice :
iUrlf tliruugb the whole apeecb :
"I am now prepared, air, (addreadnv the Rpaki-r,
adrr the auleaw amncUunuf an ualii, to ptudge uiy v
iuUed allegiance to the State of Huulh Carolina and
It Um mam Uuie to pllce myarlf, uixlcr the aarne auc
twa, to " prewnre, pnitect, and aVfend, the ConAitutitm
tf the Unitrd Htatea," etea agauwl the violatiotM and
infraction of Hast who may pretend to act under iti
We rr 11 ice at Uiia aUU of tbinga ia South Carol id.
St remarked abora, wa bae nut at yet been able 10
ame at lb giM ef the Repurt Federal RelaUuna,
Ibt ptaaage of which appear to have been the imme
eaie eaoae of the ewnfuiiae ; but, kt it proviaioaa
bt ahal they may, we are eure that the Stile Kighta
Pirtj have not gives ap their principle, and we there
in tgaia repeat that we rejoice at tbit bappy tennuv
luua of party animotity in &uth Carolina.
k order to enow the sentiment of loading am 00
kdi sidee, hi regard to the fhrtoaete lam which aflaire
be saw taken, w fir below abort aketcbes of re
aWka atailela both Iluuset of the LrgudaUre, on thin
i ;.,, ,
io tk CtaVaia Teireepe.
- h the Penatir on TorMiy - trprm- ortaaioa- of lbs
fioC'ortlKr Ki-"rl of the Committee on Federal
kaUanvtberemakapf ilry Rirfiardani www aa lU-
Mr. Ricbardanej fosr and said That the Rennrt of
the JiHnf (.ommittee of rfiWl Rrmtmn, on the
tallnemuriate wluUt beUd Uie biaiof toprcecnUpfTcrw,
K tt waa, m mix t coocitiatum, and -adopted a a
tnwwreof cnmiirunujie. ccftaiiilir did reiuovc Uic obji-,c-
tinas wbicb be bad urged on Ktrnier occaaion aauut
Hie amendinent of the 4tn Att uf Ihe Umntilultou..
u be ipurcciatul tua bit' hi r the mairnauimity of Uiat
mnj, lu wimin a-w4etmt- mmttm of d uty -comptiiloL him
make the eunrtwum of hia miMpprpQortinon or the
pwauftaiid mieiaamofUiatawrdmath) maaealr
w acknowMLre that it waa an estimate of conduct
ItiaiWd on the mulia.hkh, be bulicYed VVA14 ectu-
te, on a aimilar ocean ion, thune with whom be waa
lrtirally coiinected, Ollered, aa be bclieted it waa,
IS pod lnL,Tf wou!(T6e received a apeac dlfcrinp;
wairh they were not more willing to tender, than he
u to accent He believed that it would beat tile
distractions and awUm the aiurrv feclinn which bad ao
-a- - - . . . n . k M ww - -. raw
bng agitated and eonvulanl the Bute, for nioieeil
it liume wntwm opinuoa be wat Dixie the organ to ex-n-a,
on tliia AW. and be b.-liTel, ( tbm whom
tWy had the honor to reinwetit,be could ay, that, bury.
lint jiauiful romuiucenaca uT the pant, and kxikin?
ta the orhrtu, utiitinns t the future, thev were
illm u devote 1 tlieir encrelee )n coutmm, tSirt
t revive and invigorate the languishing energies of the
- wrl Hamilton vary briefly replied in nearly the
That he hal Ibaened to tlte dncla ration of the gen
Uiin fmoi Clarendiin with uiifeifjned gratification,
fr nirt IT hi Oie' sntiie jirU of cordial rcciprocityVanil
be fi lt laired UiaV whilst it wa calciikted to dif
the uliiMwt iiiv throuirliout the State, none 1 could
to"'iViorecIa to the enl ivhutned a nnoa tr iotic leelmSai
by which the gentleman and Uiose acting with him had
bren impelled in making thecommunicatiou in (question.
In the nouse of
Representativea, upon the same oe-
ere nearlv in these words
rwrj; Mr. ' Hpenker, to withdraw the notie which I
kK.4y.gn cb)imiHgt.!nn..b8MCiCib !?:
"W, the privilege of entering upon the journal of the
' protest egewwt the amendment of the 4th
"Article of the Constitution. CircumsUqcea which
bve jiwt occurred, render auch a protest wholly unne-''-'ary.
h may not, sir, be strictly within parliamen
tary rule to refer to such circumsUnces: but it would
be doing injustice to the feclinga of my own bosom
great injustice, both to them and to Uie spirit of conci
iMthin with wbicb t am now ainironled. wore 1 not in
e manner to gif .Uwm utterance.
rn my own name, air, and in thi I name of those Willi
bom ,it has been my proud destiny, to act, 1 accept
hi Report, as an offering hud upon the altar of our
fwuitryj I fool prepared, air, with feelinga of the he
'ncerity, to join in propitiating Uie Divine
fcvour that it ma be received and Tegarded by our
hole people as a "pear offering :n and Uiat thia
land over which discord has so triumphantly reigned
nder the shade of bis own fie tree, with none to molest
" - vti v uiwujUail liisa j iiviav. v" ' I
nuke him afraid. . -
I trout in God, Mr. Speaker, that our political din
"iion are now ended; and that they shall never
befeafter be remembered, nnlete to afford instructive
lpoa of. forbearance to the patriot and atatesman:
thu we shall now see the son return, rejoicmjrly, to
Jhc paternal roof brother once more fraterniling with
wtxher the ancieut frienyiips of Cuouna (once ber
at Umi and hrrifU-f, when,,, M u,. wa
rnaydifT.f , p.J.t B. we mtPf ijf4-
ilracf Ltttrr ktjk 7Anr, JUiU
Th bllUM I,I..U,.mJ
by the friend of a Cnajventiiai, Oiat the Kvmn .ld
aueeeed thia eMon,ara klimal utmguUld, and it baa
aoewne the nnarly nniverml smtiuMnt of ttm Wira
Membnra that the preanrt ntniuM bt 0! 14 amal to
tofpilioj of the Lrffialature it the adiiMtimnt
a wai nimmum, hi mid Ul protMulaNl wil
made by an Wra gvnllrman, but I have very Imle
b"P that U will be such aa to roceivs Umi imOtU
of that siinoriiy id tin, IgUlature wlto retKoawit a imv
aa-uy of j'e, of Carulm.
Wa bad anoUier funeral to-dav : Mr. Adama. km U
um i4miiirM re man luiltd tnvity, wlm drutrvi
(lit l.fn im HiirK.Ujr Hiftbt but, cun.nfaad to the w
M ui grave, Willi t(ifiiiriate public bmiucc .
I.N ArOURATH)N OF GmTRNOR.
Tbia erramony UmA place on tie l(Kh irwtanL in the
(.vrrnm.til IhaMe at lUlnj in the priwnre uf holji
branrhi uf the l'giplalure, and a Urgr aamihlaga of
citiim and strangura. Tlie (Jatlia uf Ofum were ad-
uiiiiMtercd liy Judge H-aell ; after whrb (Jo. Hwain
d' livered en apftroprwte Aldrea, wbirh ia ao hiiftlly
pokes of, lint we regrrt our inaUlilv to Uy it before
our rraucra w uii aumur-r 01 ine t4rolinn.
The election O HUU I'riuUtr took plare in thk braly
on Haluntay Oib (kli inMant, and rci!ld in the cImikt
of Samuel Khfpherd, by a majority of 11 vote over tlte
hditur of lh Richrmaid fjuirer. The Utter gentlo
man liaa kiU ik ojjut tin Uie Uat twenty yejra, but
tlie in met baa executed the work ; " Noua VrrMi"
gaUMrrd the Idnu, while tlie more Uitliful AV
ktri wa kbnring for the Suck. Of courao, our ve
nerable coteinpurary makes a brooming aplulter abmit
ptuacripUr Aa Ibrttlena the mejjntjr of the Lo
gWlature with the vengeance of lie 'topic at the April
etortama, We " reck" uncle Tummy wdl find it lo
be " great cry, twt liuio wool
AlU-r CMMMueralde difliculty between the two Home
is relaUm to the day upun which they would proceed
to the election of United Mutes Henator, tlte '7th day
j baabomiaxioal upun id that puqawa.
On the 1 1th imrtaut, HuliH-y R BaxUr waa elected
AUorneyimeral uf Virginia, over Mr. Palum. Tlie
Richiuund Whig My that Mr. llaxttrr ia a CuMtitution
alwt, but that the electam did nut turn 00 Federal po
litic. Mr. & is comparatively a young man.
The Meamge of thia gentleman, at tlie opening of the
present seamon of tlie Virginia Legislature, ia doce
ment well worthy the head and heart uf the able atates.
man who penned it. Us lucid exposition of the concern
of the M Ancient Dominion," while it gives bright
picture of her internal happiness and progressive pros
perity, indicates a master-hand a the delineatis- of her
present and future priwpocta, But the independent
and it the at me time psssionleaa manner in which Gov.
i , review ber relatione with the General Government,
and speak of the dangerous encroachment of tlie laU
ter upon the rights of the several Butes, and upon the
existence of Liberty itself, not only reflect honor upon
the Chief Magistrate of Virginia, but assure u that the
at still where il baa always buun tha furj at bur Irua
snns lb see ber.'ie the front rank of tlie friends of puli-
tiril lihr rtjr long may abs nrriipy that noble and en
viable atondt end aoun nary-her leas vigilant sister
arouse from their lethargy, and follow ber in the path
which her majestic treed baa marked out so plainly b
Ibre Um I . -
: Wbee we mad a Muts Paper ef wactaloe-ae-the
one mentioned, we" exceedingly regret. Uie ;corrtricted
meana in our power to lay U befure our r-adcr ; but
local matter of more immediate imporUnee'to Uiem de-
mam) cor first care, and we must therefore bo content.
it pwaublo, we ahall next week give a few extract
Irum Uie" Jloisage of Cuiexnor TaaweTL
Did Mr,"LA'o Vemni" of tlie Richmond Eniui.
ret has turned rank Nulliber, and Ulk with very good
sense about the urrttir'r of Virginia." 1! I lluar
the venerable prophet:
"The Oovuftora Message etatea, with great force,
his objections to an appeal of the Hute of Virginia to
tit SuiirenMt Court of the Unitwl Statoa, fur the docb
'. . . -.a an a nr. . .
ion of lU lerrihiriaJ dispute wiin iMamanu. we nn
eurdmlly concur in all hi view of tin subject. We
would isrser wbmit the Sovmzntj of nrgiti o the
adjudication of that tribunal. We would have no lot
or nart in Uie matter ot auv suitoj iuaryianu. lie
may go there, it she pleasea. we nope v irgmia win
dot tii m MbmU herself at Uie feet of the Federal
Judges." , . ,
. . . ... . m
d yet thi same 3Ir. Ritchie wat for fircihly bow
ing a Sovereign Bute "at tlie feet" of Gen. Jackson !
Oh fie, thou pink of consitftency ! What more of sove-
j-retgrrty eanst tiiorr see in Virginia, thi rr n ab pmm-
ed by South Carolina ! Or canrt thou trout Andrew
Jolin Marslinll and his contemporaries ahall ailvise in a
suit between twa Slalet in relation to boundary lineal
It hM been for some time hinted, by letter-writers at
WuKuigton, amFoihur, that tbTrWucai mtenJcu to
attack Jie Siipreme Court jn his late Mrawigc, . aj re
duce the Judicial Pcpartment of tlie Government to Uie
salne fiunible fcibservteiicy to hut nod, which at present
characterises the Legislative branch. We have seen
indications which warranted this suspicion, in more than
one journal of high' sUnding in the favor of Ike- party ;
and had feared Uiat such waa the intention of Uie Pre
sident But Uie above " indication" from Uie Enquirer,
penned, aa il was, after Uie Federal Message bad been
read by 'Mi. "Ritchie, and which conUina nota word in
eejnnatkm rfthe Judiaryr m- belief Ut
letter-writer have been mistaken in their surmises, or
thai Uie contemplated attack on that body baa been
postponed for Uie present Possibly the latter, to order
to trite a clearer field for the operation of Uie belli-
cose aspect towards France, assumed by Ui&J Icfdf and
which, it is thought, will furnish M glory enough" for
one nege. It may be, however, Uiat Ibis lucid moment
bn Mr. Ritchie', 'menul obscuration wa. caused by hi.
fear of losing the Public Printing ; and Uiat to thia
cause we are indebted for the above remark from one
who has latterly been so un-Virginian in but political
prefcrencea. We could nope Uiat thia may have been
the impelling motive of Mr. Ritchie rirt withstanding
n .U mAA nothing to hi. character for independence,
and has met with Buch bad success at the hands of Uie
Legislature uf uie Ancient uwnwnwcaikB.
sb,sb III -t a a
to Cungreaai and would call the atimt- of th frA
rr to tU grneril d-l.ila, as pmH-nling MmmUm b
terrin to rry tUw of Amaru aa titiirna. . .
We bare two arts b to t;;m, fium the IU linvmd
Whig," and tf " Philadelphia Gaaetla," wbkh review
ll mMi part f Ui M-asage in sut'h eutiimsi-sms
arv f viLU language, Uiat we are sorry to be Mni
to pstpuM Uieir iiwertaa) until net wek.
"The UJobe" pmftwwa to be eurprifd tltalt any ns
abould take exceptMl to the view uf U Prowb iit ia
relation to Franca, sad bit remwet to be clothed With
discrHamary power to go to war with beftAl might
have bifO eipocted, Mr. lUair found bi astnnuhrnrtit
usj the cafeloawmai GLORY," wbicb a) exhibit
ed by Ufae who oppwe bis master m kit deauae and
be even gos au far a to lik) Ut spirit of the present
oiuUM,to UmI which actuated Ui Hartford Cunreav
tionarfa I Tbi raving, huw ever, ia t part of Hut mm
rahle pamler't duty to kit lord, and does not "aicito
our spuria! wonder." We bad hoped that thai country
bad purchaard " gbey enfMigh," and at snfftrlrntlv ex
orbitanr pri1B1rfMiudy eveaUie extra vagant lunf
ing of a self-willed "Military Onrfuia;" hut it ap-p-ara
Uwt we ere to be laid under contribution fur
Uie purchase uf nvirs of Uiie commodity. We are mis
Ukrn, howeirr, if the American People, up a view
of tlte probable cost of Mit "glory," do not M them
selves cootrmiod to deny Uie policy of iu suiaitiuM.
(ty The WaJiingtoo Letter Write re are again
at llwir pa. We are ind Ud to these gentlemen I
aeeMMttaaf lb by-pbry whtrh is earned ira by the great
ones at Wajdungton, a. well as a great many mature
uf mure interest, which never reach as Uirough the
newspapers of Uiat city. Among tliis eorpa of Letter
Writer re gentlpuiea of Uie highest grade of literary
ability : Uie Bpy in Waaliiugton," of the New York
Courier and Enquirer; " ," of Uie Baltimore Pa
triot; and "O. P.' Q." of Richmond, exhibit epuaoiary
qualinrilsai of the first ordef. We most endeavor to
lay their production before our reader. occajMnnally, o
suua aa lbs pras of publie doewments will permit wa
The last letter from the "Hpy" aaya Uiat Uie Presi
dent baa declared, "in the anost solemn manner, Uiat,
if Corrt-"refWs to sirtUm arm, m hi destrt tor
war with France, he ajiif rvrta las $11 ion kt now
JUt." A conlempiaary aaya, of tbia threat, Uiat such
a consummttii is matter rather of Aops than uf aiia.
The same totunr ef Uie Rpy abn says; j
"Gun. Jack a staled, yesterday, that be bad recei
ved ailvlcr that the Frvm h Oiambera would be 1
rM-iTl iiiofith i-arTu-r OSn Uie" pi-riuTfo wliK-b
Uen prorogued, ('3Mh Dec) To a rVx-nd of hw be an-1
iWtindi to explain the reason of this early srion. He
said ho had writU q a letter himself to Mr. IjvinpMm, I
our MmuU-r at Uiat Court, sUUng WbI'LTIM ATl'M,
ami auikonting kim to eommunicttt ill contents It Ikt
(Kr A tsgUlaturt in Trmthte The tavern-keep
ers in JcnVrsun City, Uie sest of Government of Mis
souri, having entered into agreement to charge Mem
ber, of Uie Legislature fivadulkra pur week, for buamL
reanlutione were offered in both branches of Uiat august
body, proposing to pack up bag and baggage, and re
move to amne place where living w not o dear I In
Um Bvnate, Uie proposition was rejected by only two
votes; and Uie Honse gravely duKnased Uie important
matter for eeveral dajra, without Coining to any dociaion
ring which time Uie landlonla became' alarmed,
and reduced their demanda to four dollar per week.
The bont of con tent wa waa thus thrown esaW far ta
ble, and Uie sapieut Legislators turned their attention
to Uie difflsUw of mcire important b'ga,fwg JJuniface
"reckoned without hi host" that time. The Ht lxii
Republican aaya it wa. eeatiwiplatwt, trrThgla-M:
kers, to go down to Uwt place by steamboat, or march
to Columbia in caravan J '
OCT Tlie Vankeea are a 4nfeBnice,anI there.
aa JpMtmff--t--Tbe followwrg Is a9 of tite- nucst
isim.frotB Ue. ururcriwLnaXiga." ; Ja oroer that
the frietnU of Mr. Brown may know Jww lo prej?late
thi " otiinion "abroad" of their favorite, we merely re
mark that ft la copied from, the Boston AUaa, leading
-IkMrofd Ufon; TJlf W-Tecleur SenatiifTnira North
Carolina, 1 Uie jrre( gun of Uie Jackson f'arty, and
will tak FWyth'apbicem'thfl 'Seiiite, Next to Simp
ley, he is Uie muttt tUe, elmptmJ, mnd mecomplUked
pettier ia Umgret lit xiu'wea Uie ttonato escaed-
inirlv. bv alwava thmslin himseir litfwird In imm
Mr. Weuater he doapiscs any kaa foroiHUUa antago
CO"" ComnendtbU SagteUif.-A Jackson Editor in
this Bute, who has recenUy commenced businesa, say.
he is obliged to keep a JUe of hi paper by him, ia or
der to avoid saying, at any time, thing which might
conflict with what he may previously have said. Come
now, we like Uiis -it certifies us that one Jackawite
at least desires to be consistent ; but we much fear Uiat
he will have to sacrifice Uiat virtue of be is true to his
IdulwhuM course thus far baa been so serpentine ax
to make it altognther impossible to worship him accep
tably without at one time insisting Uiat while ia black,
and at another Uiat black ia white.
(&-Dittreitiing Fire! Tlie village of SnowJIill,
on tta Kajte waa almost, totally
destroyed by lire on Uie niirbt of the 24th ultimo. An
extract of a letter says : " Our village has now no ta
vern, no courthouse or county -office, and, of the houses
occupied on yesterday by mcrcluuidiae, all, save two, I
are now amouklortiig ruimv-Some o? the-stitTcrer. ire
left iMmselesg a
were conifbrtable on yesterday, are now pooi.n The
low is estimated at l50,W(dollara,
ftT The Legislature of Penmnlvania has elected
Uie Hon. Jamea Buchanan to the Benate of Uie United
States, for Uie unexpired term of Uie Hon, William
Wilkina, Minister to Russia. Turn about, they say, ia
fair play. Mr. Buchanan was Minister to Russia, and
has only changed office, with Mr. Wilkina. Mr. D. is,
Imwever, iti our opinion, much Uie most, JTon," an( in
dependciit oflhe two. " 7
The Ibm. Mr. linn bu been re-elected to the Senate
of tha? United Sutea, for six yean from Uie fourth day
of March next, by the Legislature of Missouri, No
ether candidate waa put in nomination,
(r A Cincinnati paper says that, Wild Turkiee
are quite plenty in that city, being forced to the habi
tation, of man in search of food, which ia said to be re
markably scarce in the wood. The Cincuinatiana, in
atead of having to bunt thi game ia iu native forests,
are dodging around Uie corner of brick houses, gun in
hand, shooting Uiera from chimney to chimney I The
Beam and Squirrels, from the same cause, it is said,
have abandoned Uie wooda, to forage upon the catUe
uid Uw cornfivlde, and occasionally a child or so.
1 T Uu tat eotnpM the rretuknt t Vnasgt
A Mr. Mt fiiUtab, K-naus; in Uie Confute tgUltirs,
baa laU'ly rnale b, in whkb "he parucukrly
adirrted la the ret f to ab ipt K uf ijitf Ylrglntl ll-l
Krntocky ((-Jui.mm, at wbu b time be w an actus
member of the K poUx tn party 1 and aUtod Uiat, at
tha tune uf llrif praMu!k'itki, Us rraolutioti wer
) itfjtrr4.l lo rentmmettd foiciblif r-sitxanre to tlie
otierwve law of Jhs Federtl I bivcmment and that
Ik Jmlrtutt tf Ik ,u!li Brrr a aawfrfw (asm-
Imn, a4 kmmtt It Ik HifMumn far if it Ikt daft of
Jtfnnm."!l Tbia age la which ws l.ve m truly wn-
dtitfuLJa briagutf to bgbtaWtoiinpartonea m the
history of parties-bnt we are concerned bwt kt wis-
baa should disrovet tin much. The ihove sutemcnt.
tt instance, we Uiiuk, even "out-lleruda lUrod,"
OlT A Dill Km beeg intmdnced Into li Lrgialature
of Georgia, (gilma! tlie feiiasaai of Dank Motoi of a
toxt demsninatam Una TJ0. ' Goudt
, Another Hill bat been introduced into Uie same body,
Pru!"r,8 rwt birr Lti rutas AIum ane
Wbere in Um Nato, .Our frismd " JJob Hbnrt" ratwa-
menda, through Uie Augusta Hentinel, that tba Capitol
aa Miltodgeville be ased fbr Ibis purpose bcaosn, be
aya, tot the IMsU RuhU tos go brans, and Uie Ho.
piul b not only found to be ready built k, Uteir ha ml,
but even Uie nmst fit subjects for such a pUce alroady
occuiymg it Good again t
0" At a recent balloting for Chaplain to Ue llouae
of Representativea, the celvbralnd Mn. Anne Rtyi(
received two votes for Uiat reverend station I
Q3r The Legislature of Ohio convened at Columbue
on the 1st day iT this month. All the ummI OfTkc uf
Uie body were fillod by Uie election ai Wtoga.
On hoard Uie par kot-Wiip Havre, arrived at New
York on Uie 4th instant, front Fiance, came bearer uf
despatches from Uie Amor ice n Minister c Paris. Pro
bably be baa communicated amnething new and iuler
estmg hi relation to American claun. Wa ahall see.
(&" Wknl neti 1 Recent arcoui,u from Eng.
land state that I JHSO if going Ifi Luuouo, n!axlung
to crowd of people, and catling bimsrlf a MUtioimy
m Makommte to convert th Lngluk kemlktn I
(ft" Xulliratitm Defined. A corrtniioncb-nt of
Uie New York htiquircr say. uf Nullification : " Like a
- , a L
mission on Uie one part, or paramount force on the other.
by kicking Uie buein, sliall decide for Uw ruler Of Uie
(KT Smttnicml Jlinl I Though our " d I " never
ahowe a forked tongue, we must omfes bis word, .re
sometimes quite fainted ; Uie following my be called
kit Uut: "This German-Text type, osed in su many
of Uie paper, I reckon must be very emnmrnimt bo
cause no body don't aeem to know when they mk
niistakna?-Having auas of lha aiiiriiaMGaraaas Teat
type among our assurtment we did nut fuel ourselves
obnoxious to istpy ' sarcasm for mistakus in Ikmt parti-
eular ; but we feel wire that some of our brethren of
hit type were bit at beeaaae " bis Majesty " ie not in
the babrt of wasting his breath when b means vxv
thing. Wa ad viae Uiem to sea to k, and correct Uie
error, of then" ways."
We give below tha only matters of general interest
which have aa yet' occur rod in Uie proceeding of Coa
gruavWMou&yTilieM 1 lweaeoxw need the appwnt meat of lha SundlngCoov
mitleea. On Uie l.Vh instant, Um Senate proceeded to
Uie ebxtion of Uie Stamlmg Committee, of its body.
" ' t5ENAT&-i.Voady, DermlrT,lAl.'
.Mr. Gnmdy, of Tenn., off-red a resolution, at Ute
unaaiinoua rwiMisst-uf the ( iismnittee prf tjs I'nst-OjTlctl
and P6sl-TCnai)s7WsneniJinir the ,H4th rule of uie Mo
nata, and continuing the CiMninmee on Uie Post -Office.
and PostpHSMt) wna all tbuir powers; which rosuluUm
win eohsvleted by tinaairoooi conarnf and uuauiuious-
at fj)fjVfJltsgsJ- e(sa--Vw.' Mr3-fi .1. auaew- - "
TWrVss, neetmher Jt 1SL. . .
U-Mr PsimlcxtortLMiasiwtpvi. offi.To4 IhaJS.IW.
inr resulutasv which, on bis motion, waa cunaidured
and.sdulOdl ... .. -r-.
Krtulved, That the 51th rule of the Senate, ao fkraa
rmpecta Uie Committee on Public Land, be suspended;
and that- the present Cmnmiltoe sontinue with all the
power vested in them, and euhjoet to all duties enioin I
eo on mem, oj uie sevenu nosoiuuoii of uia Benale,
at Uie last session, relative to frauds ia the aaje Of the
1 J I 1 . L . -
HOUSE 3foadsy, Dec 8, 1831 .
tm motion or wr. Vlaytoo,
Rrtnlvrd, That Uie Committee of Ways and Means
inquire into Uie expediency of establishiiur a branch of
wa simi in some central pomion ot wrist aenomma
ted Uie Gold Regkm, lying between Uie States of Vir
ginia and Alanama. ' -
7etoy, Ueeeinbet j, 1'u
On motion of Mr. Counor. the IIuujs reaultrod itaalf
into a Committee of Uie Whole Mr. Speiirht in Uie
Chair for the purpose of referring the various part of
Ik. D,Ui. ..... f I
When Uie resolution proposing to refer Uie portion of
me message coiiccrrunff JnuicejW tolVPuJttSiiio
Foreign Aflkirs wa read-
Mr. Clayton, of Georgia, offered an amendment to It
w . purport bv wmwn
. I . . a a. a- .. .. .
pedient to go to war with regard to claim the Davmeut
of which Uiere waa every reason to suppose had been
postponed, rather from the difficulties attend ing Uieir
adjustment, tnan rrotrrtny desire on Tptrrof Uie rr.
(wivcrnment to evade aameirt.
tipnsoa uie prolongation ot tlie time suggested in the
essajre, for Uie action of (irr: and tliat the aiib.
ject slsHild be sent to Uie Committee on Foreign Rels'
Uim mui Juwruujonato ra
n wn i in uvww ciwuhu on uie suujcci,
AU.CUvUin dofniwlod bis prmwsitioii. at niiw Iniiinh.
He waa warmly supported by Mr. Ckiburne, of Virgi.
nia. Messrs. Wayne, Archer, and R. M. Johnson, were
opposed to instructing Uie Committee, or indeed of act
ing at an on me subject at so early a day of Uie session.
Bv Uieir Persuasion. Mr. Clavton wa indiuvwl in iit.
draw bia amendment; and Bie sirbject wsi simply re-
iuiicu iu um coiwiucranun (n, uie votniuiuoo, logutaw
with Uie other foreign relation of Um faHrnmn
0r Rebberm-TUe dwelling-house of a jven'tle-
iuan of Uiis village was entered one niirht bu w.v
and robbed of a aumbar ef valuable articlea. An anu
sual number of petit depredations have been committed
in our vicinity laiciy. uxord Exttniner,
Tlio New Orieana Courier f Jackson nnne
pniposes to call public mcctinirs. in consenuenee nf
uio uuniiM tu, mo iiermiiage, and got up fUly
ccnl subscriptions for the purpose of building Gefi.
Jackson awidier mansion on iu ruins. We should
have no objection, if the General was not rich
enough to build a mansion for hirnseto have a le.
.u i : e . " . 1-
vy inane ujwn tlie otlice.jiotikira for a sufficient sum.
It would be as fccilinrnte an l)jct as contributions
for the i esiablishineut of uewsmpcrs-Fir. -
ty la Fvettevi!fc, on (U lCth lastarrf, CtUotJ
was It til 1 4 J cent per (iruiil.
-U.MTI.U IN WKI1.K K,
ta Uila Gsinty, on Um tub infant, by tha Rev M. Mr.
CbihltU RaU THAU Mr Imi.n'aI.H, pa.bof
Ilia MrUWiat I.Wipa t'kurrb W tht Town, to II it
MAttIA I I.IJM, dautrbtrr uf lbs lata AikIpi- 11 4.
. Tkiirt ktfft Ikfflkt aspywaf f Ikrtr aiwd
H usi genllt timet ttaM M MM nmgenimt miJ.
Ia U.i County, on the I lib irwtant, by O. M. Fuiith,
F.nuire, Mr. J A Mr HiKLWf,U J4uiigiciy Co.,
to Mia NANCY HI OKm
Als on the Htb in.tant, by the same, Mr. J01LN
KLltlihY U5 Um lUMU ANN RAIXY.
la Charlotte, on tha 3nd int., by Ui lUv. Mr. Al
len, Mr. M. W. CCRKY, of YorkviUe, H, O, to Mm
LLiZAllbTH K IXTIXU, of Clialotta,
Ia Charbato, on tha 7ih toatant, by Wm, W. ltig, .
Erie, Mr. bOLOMON COO V Lit to.M-s jAMi
la Mecklenburg county, m tba 37th tilt, by Ales
amler C-r. r-. , Mr. T110MA3 J. WALKLK to
MasiJANe SAT i. . :. .
-la MsckUmburg couulyron llie fih JnsUnL-bf thai.
Rev. A. J. !aveiiwurth,Cept KiAAC WlLtiON to
Mi LUCLMU M. WALUa
fa MtkleUirff County. on tU 0th instant, Mr. Wt
LKY GRAY to Mm. PRl'DtLNCK DA VIA .
la Miaitgnmery (bounty, on Ute 11th instant, by the
Rev.llevidlferrirk. Mr. IIKNRY HJIANKIi! to Maw
HCKIJNA I'EN.NLNGTON, daughter of Mr. UavsJ
In CalarrtM Countv. on Um 0th instant, bv 1. Firtrot
IViuire, Mr. )WKN DRY, aged KJ year, to MraCA-
TIIAKIB I M JV, aged 7".
I 'mm old mnd fating, tomt grmwt rnnJ g'ft
Matt fit auuf jtM four wrmtng-mmy f
Jiapmss Ikt I mm btjatt fom !av,
'ur lift it aWt, sad swa ssasl dit
At Ceiitrwille. ((lea.) on Uie 13th imt. bf U Rev.
John J. Groves, Mr. F.FFORI) C COIJ JKit, to Msaj
KIJ.AIJKTII 8 , daughter of the Rev. West Harris,
formerly of Rowan County.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE,
In Charlotte, on lit tkh instant HUMAN N- wife of
Umi Rev'd. ArtbibaU Whyte, and daughter of the lata)
Tbisna Grmr, lq ia the Xrtb year of ber age.
In the same place, on 2d inst. Mr. WRHT F-NZY.
naij; op iM:;iioi:s, ac
tX Saturday ikt id dam of January, then will
" be sold, at public ssle, on a credit, at tha lata
dwelling-house of William Cowan, doceased, ooe
likely Negro Man, and t Woman.
deceased, and are told lo pay the delta.
AUn. ml Ikt trnmt tint mnd time.
THE BALANCE OF THE NEGROES OP SAID
F.ute will be hired out tor 1 year.
Tlie terms of credit, and other particular, will
oe mauo known on (he day of aato. .
JX. W, irLLJuliu, AdnuQT,
December 20, lb34. St
A tlaaira and ITIallirmaUcal
THE Eierciacsof ihs Rocky Hirer Acade
TVIV wvill laa MtuirtMa-rl kn tlaJh Iti K arlav aTaaf Jnntt-
sak v sara a waraav-ja , saav vsaw aas sbj w awiiasi
TuUmm at tba rata af 1 10 per sesstoo. - -
Bmirding can be obtained in respectable tami
lies it from $3 to fO i Tuonlhr-; "
Tba course of studies taught at tbia Institution
are as follows i In the Latin iVpartmentRudi
men's Latin Grammar, Mair Ts Intrwluclion, Wal-
ker's Lstin Reader, Virgil to the sixth JEtmd,
Cicero's (bar Onttona in Catalinatn, Ballust. JIo
i . i ii ... . . - i "
rscr, arm tOTia eaiiuo expurgata.
In the Greek Valpys Greek, Grammar, iu1
cob a Greek Keadrr the two first, books ofXene
photi, and Unrca Majora throughrtha: UlslotkaT
part, Demosthenes, Plato, and Langinua.
Wootlbridpi a (atMifiraplty, Hedge's LogtOy Ujair'irr:
4e?c yi rrs, innuiy castw a Aigeura throug um ua4ra - -ti-
J-jjualiona, Cald wall a GeouMlr,, Plana am) r
8pherKal..Trifrooietrjrt Heights and liiatances, t -Surveyinfv
and Natural Philosophy.
l tie .subscriber designs teaching the Langua. ,
gernDn-thv-TOsfieaf tftfrrirfr nrrrr-
Ira ntlatumAr eupported by the- woomrrwioatrorai
of Locks and Miilon, which hss latelr been adoo.
ted by some of the moat notable Lilerarv Inatitu.
tioaa of .tba present day.. Its aim it to. obviate) .
lb. perplexing task ef ttmrmitttnjf; to lnernoryirie""
Grammar without nndersunding it, which damps.
lha spirit of most puoils during the first months of
their pup'8 to tocililale a knowledge of the '
Lahguagea, eHd to render thwrDCTnsnl mora aore. ,r
able. The subscriber promises lo spare do pains r
to develop the faculties of the Student's mind, and
to direct them Uito a proper channel ia seeking
knowledgeIIia aim m to anable them to under.
stand thoroughly whatever they ttudy, to far ,
. R. J. McPOWELL, PrinclnaU
Chbarrus county, Dec 20, 1834 u
... y ... ..... VC . . .. .
1 i mw wuimuuati in De
iwuwry, lor casn,
Several -Valunble Ni?frma .
Celoncinir to the Kstate of the l.i. n. v ;
And on the same'u'ay, rimmediatclr ner the amlo."
lonngto said Estate. Also, at the asm
StrvTraJhLotatln me Town of Ballaburr
Will be Rented Out for one year.
ROBERT MACNAMA RA,
December 13, 1834-tds. . . AdmirVr -
Negroes for Salc7
lOOft IN SALISBURY. P
XSxsis mL Forty
Belonging to the E.te fcf Joseph Chamber, dc,
ceased, late of Rowan Coo,,, v "' d0"
ITiis ta, perhaw, if,, most valuable lot of
Negroes ever offered lor sale in tbhtZtiln.fti
country the greater part of h m
erv likely, ,r of good character. S
Accredit of 13 months will be iriven ur
and securitv. with s.- gven, upon
December 13, 1834.tds