tr.wtiiv and liappinr, nj add Mre to the cba
EM-.iii Department, North 'f.liM, Nv. 1".
The reading of tlta Ms" h.mnf ln finish
J by the (1rk, ofl to" of Mr. Mily, U wi
orJerod to bo piiuiA l the Hooe aljourued.
, Tie dWay, S'etmbrr. If, 1 ML '
r Mr. p,.lk, from the Committee rai-d tt
. furpose, reported fli!- of Onk-r f lb
, m-m of lite Amnio, whieh, wi mtwo of Mr. Wel
kin, were sine end adopted.' ? "'
' The Fpesker Uid b fU tM Hit tha proreed
In i.f lU riiiom. of Chart-.!, h reference to
ti, rf.J Ril KiJ from CuMjiilmli l I'UarlA
MgiiiriAii w v uarie.
tVlt wore order
V f ni winch, oo wi.m of Mr. Ed
. aJ ut be kud on lb touto .'
nousn or coMMoxi
' ' ' Mr. Graham, froi It 8-lwl Committee appoint
' , rd lo prepare Rub of Orfct (of tls gotuiummit
of this House, reportwd the same, which ware read
'. i and adopted with'jtil mood menl, end ordrrwd to be
printed Cr lU ua nf the member, together with
- " the Cuoitiitio of the Btat and of Ihe United
1 . -stab. - " ; ' J. ' '' '
, Mr. Graham from the Mod XaH Committea
app-iiiited to prepare Joint Rufce of Order for Iha
rernmi of Iha two Housm, made a Rrpurt,
... which jraa adopted iMr w jiw mmwww
firrwice.. It wa auhapqiM'jilIf ajrewlta in Uial
body, and orik-rw! be pniilrd.
' v A nviihin harinj buen nvuhi thai tlta n'm1 pro.
V , cuod .i tlfl appointment of ita Siamlinf Commit.
V , tM HpMknr t it Uo Chair, ami Iha iwoibpra
'U tlw mertt! t'onRnri-ional D4rMa having ae
Iwlnd the Miriduala to eompti anld CMitmiilaM,
thereautt u mounccd lo tha Hju aa Mlows,
, rial , , - " '' ' '
Commiltft M Oaiaw. K. Rayner, A. M. PUi Jp,
J. L. FirmaiK Jainna Haiwr.'fbfwiaall'iwi'rt.io,
Char!a INirr, Jatira McNeill, Ma SinrUrd,
ISIako W. Ilraawcll, J. C. Cotfw, Hry CamJer,
John L. Smith, and Jocialhau llurtna. I
Oa Prepcuitio m& fTriraaarr. J.T.Gran
Twry;R.3. Gary, !. PVtry, J.Sin H." H-
kin, laaafl' Lano, J-hti B. Kelly, orrt Jorxm,
Caleb II. Mail he wa, C. finiinmeil, f. M. Ilulcluiv
rm. iina W. Guinn. and Jamoa A. Kinr. '
On EJueation. John B. Mu, Macoa Moye,
Solomon Joflreya, f t-tfir R. Lillf, L. A Uuinn,
" "7 7 Jk-U. II 4, TIw.imu L dw?man,: Rr4w?rt
Bond.Jamea W; II war J, O. R. Kna. William
A. Graham, Mo tniwl, and Edward J. Enriiw
" 0 ilirnWrinrf.W'hitinclSiallinffa, J. Pippin,
Elijah IItMiir, Gtg Tfrxm. rHephen iXM-oii,
r J. A. Dunn,T. II. 8pfllor,.- Women, R. Lynn,
Jub'i Stockard, J. 8. Guthrlo, Nalliankl llarriauo,
? tiid Wnwllrrtoo. ':" ' " '
; ,(1 PrivilrerttnJ PrrtiW Th. B. Hoakina,
. '.. J." L. Swindl1. 8mia; Brown, John A. MarRae,
J. It. IitUy, Mirha. I Il.ke, Wm. M. Wt,
jJuUn H. U'immond,Vin. R. H ill, J. . William-
nn. Win. I). Lane, John II. llodford, and Solomon
- . Lotrlcrniilkv
0t. h'tnal Impr0rmri-JML II. Jarorka,
U. W. gwonner, T.J. Judkina, Th. L. Iljbart,
: Ralph Gorroll, Il Hope, Sterling H. Goe, J. W.
ILnt, E. B. Didlcy AHr-n Rnj?ra. Willia.m Cham
ber, Mnv Jervm, and Monweai rmmmr
- O i motion of Mr. Hanivbirt, ft ineauee waa rent
to the Poiinte to rain a Select Joint Committee oo
ao morn of the Goernor'a Meaije aa reUtea to
iha aubjoct of AbolrtioA f anrl tb IIwmo tdjouroeaV
SEN ATE1-' ......a.-.. -
The Speaker announced to the Senate the follow.
uii CoinnSitlacaTo" wiTf
- On Fiaanec Meaara. Wyche, Marateller, Moo-
ry, celbr, Vann, Fox, uavin, and Wellbarn.
On biucntion ind Literati VeJ Meaara.
McQueen, Gambill, Exum, Akixander, Moore of
Etuki, Cowper of Galea, Jiowd, and Uharpo
-s J?f tifcjxt . ?nd XAttwu-.Muwr. Allison,
Arnntmi, nullnck,'Brittain, Ilarriaon, McCor
onck, Retd, and Btephena.
On Prrtprmtion and Ortmtnctr Mewn. Ed-
itKmt(m, Cooper .nf Martin, Bnly, Kendnll, Hue.
1 aey, Martin, Moye of Pitt, and Williamt, of Per.
aon.' ' ' : '"r ;'
On Ctiimt Moaara. Move of Greene, William
xf Franklin, Tlllntt, IlouUer, Twinci I4llew,Pat
' ' terw, and BeWK-s-st-rr - rrrrry-r
' On WrrmA airoremrar Meaw. Hill, llarrv.
Mr KeirrLindtRalP'WauiTir iir
On tht Judiciary- Meaara. Bryan, Edward,
II3n, Little, Polk, Moore of Rutberfold, More
liciid, and Wilson. ' " " . .
On LnrolUd Billt Meaara. Marateller, and
Moore of Stokea. " '" "f ",
. . On ikt Library Wcnn. Mr bane, Alexander,
, : and Hill. ' ' '
' ' " Mr. Polk prpeentod" a eeriea of RcanlutWa,' re,
' fcrnng the variiHia aubjecta contained iu Uk Go-
Ternor Mewapi to appropriate Committeea.
" i One' of tlieae Reliiliona proponed that ao much
r f the Messajre a relate to the Abolition!!, he
- -rfArrwi to ft J4 Selept Committee, eonwMting f
. n meinoef .from etcb. CangrtuiOMl VtAxidiMx
V the part of each House, i ." . ': -.v
:t r: ; - -: r . riQra.og-C03?.3.
Tlie Peaker announced he: ppoiiitiien4 ,of ibe
following Committees I v.-wr-,.,' v
On tht JuJiriargiesaru Qrahani Caraon,
- Hoke, Ilvbart, Mauly, WUliwpaou, Clark, Hutcbi.
- eon. and Jordan. : i f ,.f,4
- Private ifa. Messrs, J W, Gultm, Guth.
j-i", EatoB J A. j)reNeitVKjl;ttZrii,ndolpfi,
s . . J . ' uuivJUjjw wy UttMrt IHa Uant,-and strtnii'
... d:ll. ''; - '!'.4".v".rr T'" T. .
On mation of Mr. Gary, ft MeaWgo wm sent to
, tlie ..JJciinte, prupoeing iho rtfctoc4 Juutt Se
lect (oinniitifw of o much of tho Governor' Mee.
aaj: n rvkloa to changing tli periods at which
the Court are required to be held in the 3rd Judi
cial CirniiU , Tlie proposition waa agreed ta by
the Semite. ,.'. - ' .- .
, Mr. Manly submitted ft eoriea of Rcaolntiona,
inert were adopieu, relncring to appropriate toinv
nittiM- go mu'-h of tlie Executive Communication
a alutoa to Internal Improvement to much aa
relate to llie Revenue and fincal aytom o much
n relntea to the exchange of Law Report with
'other State, and ao much aa relutca to tlie Public
Priming 'i .
On motion of Mr. Hawkins, memmno waa aent
to the Senate, pmpoi?i(j to ra'we a Joint Select
Committee on Military Aflkira. v , , ,
. IlruJrfd, That the Committed on the Judiciary
lie instructed to inquire w hether any further legi-
4nlui Un oerenry nnre rf!liw1!y to mpprrMj
the Mt i' tA (mii.Minp, nl lhi rum.
Mr. Cnrm, pr any d lint n iitnn of miwlry ci
turn tt l(iiiln'rli.fil ainl !unritnlir, fur tlii irr.
poraUmi if a Turnpike t'oniHtny. Iunl vu lh ta
Liu, on hi iimMiixi. f
Jua, Xortmhrr 90, 1 m
:. 6ENATE.' . ; : " '
.X)oniotioa of Jlr. Bryan, ordered Owl the Jmli
nury C'ofnuiittea ho iiMructed to inquirf into the
etipi'dwiicy gmuiinff to lh Miiiiroino t'nirt pow.
er aid auihoniy in all cei before Court, by
apeaJ utMlmmn), to aend any ml matiera or
iMia primug in Mid en-, to tho Courti below, from
wbkh aovf tliea wertbnght,jlal Ilia bet may
bo more roily and projierly atM.-eriaiw d.
Ma. 0;wr, of Martin, prewnled tha Ibltowinf
tlowjytiottf ' w '" '
RetottJ, Hat the General A aaemWy adjourn
no the UOtbdayeif IeecBiber neat, dm diet and
that Ihw Ckrba be directed to make ap their eii
matna to that day J which waa mai the fin4 and
eeond timeaand oaed-Ayea 99, Noea 29 llie
apruker anting In the afTiniHitive.
Mr. Kdnkffwtoa mowxl that tin Reaolulim lie
npon the uWe, which waa nepiiired by a vole iif i
Zi to 88. II waa IIkni read the tniro lime, wm n
Mr. Cooper moved to amend it r whfch a di.
cmwton amee In wheb Mrmrn. MeQn-en, Ed-
ward Wellborn, Cooper, end llocan look part
the thw Irat ginat,and the two aameil o
tlfiue In bvor T the Kaaotuttoaj M More tna
ueetioai waa taken the Peeeteairoed.
HOUSE QY COMM(8.
A iitNwagq wa reied from tlie Senate, prnpo-
ainx ft reftratte of ao much of the Goemor'a Mr
aagfi aa reUtca to the right of .'NortM.'art.iina io a
Cirttue of the poblie doruatn, and ao "torn a ra
te to the Abntit'wnwliuf the North, to Meet
I. tint Committee. Mr. Getbrie moed that llie
firrf brairb of the pronniilian be laid on the UUe,
which waa carried. The remainder waa agreed
to, and the 8imUi mfrmed thereof.
Mr. Ravner rooed Cr let of ahwfire from the
eerviceofthia llMie,fof Mr.Geiy,of Narthaiapt'in,
atatinr thnl boawieaa of impnrtanco bad ra!W bi n
away, wliicb would detain two until Monday.
The tpoaker aunounced the futlowiflj Commit
Cvmilt cm naiiBrr-Meawm. Slade, MNeill,
Ileefer, Brummejt, and Jark.
04 jfilUarf AfirtDtrmr. Hakiiu, Inoo,
Loiidrrmilk, Powell, and Cottoa.
V C'lrroirr Land. Mew. Guinn, of Ma
eon, Erwin, and !lrrt, of Buwcnmle.
On'lke L,W Me-r. Cdlina, Gr-m, and
n i '
Mr. Walton prenled the petition af the Com-
m'Meioned Omcer of the (Mth Regiment uf Militia
Mr.' Pickett, tlie petilioo of aundry titiretia of
Runconibe. an the u!rc1 of ooorunff a Rd, Iji
eomroence ftt the North and South Carolina Ime, 1 " aad Rrra-nrativr. from U.. Sute la the -
If-f-!- ytir tMl4Cwmf he ifwl elW -
Saluda. ' .
Saturday, .Vorrwirr 21,
Tlie Remdulioo fixing the day of adjournment
of the Legislature waa read the third time, and, on
motiuo of Mr. llogan, ordered lo be laid on the ta
ble. HOUSE OF COMMON'S.
Mr. Clingnun submitted the Allowing Reaolu
. Rtiolrfd, That the Committee on (be Judiciary
be inatrucied to inn ui re into tlie expediency of
amending the Road Laws. ... - ..
Mr. C. remarked, that the object of hi Resolu
tion -ww to amend a portion of the Road Law
which wore ft auhject of much complaint with hi
constituent I hnt pert giving to Overaeer of naid
the power of calling out u convenient " band. He
wiahed to make the Law more definite on tbi point,
and to limit the exercise of this power by Over
l" ''STrVBuie u1)fnilte3 Aie" fotlowing TteaoTutlon"!
Retoltd, That the Committee on the Judiciary
bo inst rwled to inquire into, the expediency .of;
aniemling the Revenue Laws, by increasing tlie
i ax oo rcdlarm -r-.
Mr. Clark said, that fbr aevcral yearspast, if hia
memory served him, this question, as In the expe
diency of increasing the Tx on Pedlars, had been
retirred to ft Commimv, and ihv Jiadas uiufitfaj.
ly reported Bjrnirist it, thereby precluding the lTsie'
from any opportunity 'lotttpKAung' its hjiiriinii a
to the expediency of an increase. At tbi wiwi.Ki,
be witdied the sense of the lloune to bo sscertaincd
on this point, and ahould therefore move to amend
the Resolution offered, by substitutiui in its phioe
tho following! '' J v
Rftolred, Byth 3eneral Atseinliy of fiorth
Carolina, tbnt tlterc is a class af moschants in this
State, called Pedlars; the, number qf whom have ra
pidly increaaed within 9 fcw.yeara, ia still increas
ing, and ought to ba diminished.
J Rtxdeed, That the practices of the Pedlars are
io high degree corrupting to the moral of our
citizens, fraudulent upon all good and unsuspecting
and prejudH-iaJ lo the interest of the regu
r and statiooed Merehants, whose prosperity in
any comnmnity bepeJi the properity and groith
in wenlth of that cnmmonity. -1 .. . .
toiww-a,Tfait ffurtamimlKw onmrJuttictirry
be mstructod to report bill increashig the tax o
on Pedlars' licences, to such an extent, as to make
it exceedingly inconvenient for them herenAer lo
collect in such numbers in the State.
His objoct,coiitiiiued Mr. C wa to prevent these
PIlra from, vititirig our Stste altogetho, if possi.
wa 01 rjjeir getting nore,aa greatly 10 lessen ineir
nuftiber. 'I he only objectunta lo nil tncrcese of
the tnx, which he bad ever beard 'suggested, was
that the tax raised fnwrtWaafwsoiMwadde
considerable sum to the Revenue of the State 5 but
that if it be increased, the eertaia eHect will be to
diniinish the Revenue, by Icweninjt the applications
for licence. He tboufrlit thnt this branch ot the
Revenue had better be lopped eO altogother, thaa
that (he evils which it engenders ia the community
should be tolerated. K In the' Eastern part of the
Stute, said Mr. C, tlieso redlor have so increased
in iwmter, of late year, as to eicile complnint, if
not alarm. Former they were so lew, that bo
objection waa made, to their passing and repassing
on pood behavior f but their sudden augmentation,
taken in connoction tith pacing events, renders
some measure wcesMnry to. atop their influx. ' 1
1 rue it was, bis Resolutions were courhed in
rather harsh terms, but not undeservedly so. Those
I persons engaged in prd1inr, are all from tlie North,
tor tho moat part are men u bad character at home,
ainl are ln,tid by m ir f iiil )( r i,hi ty on
ronnt of llwir uVxtcrilv in lrn iil' a trade. I lio
finud mimI rhiraiKiry of a Vaukne Pedlar are pro
verbial, and the rpttheta abrwrd upn llmm uow
in wlxtl entiniMti'Mi Hh v are held. Tl y route lo
the Niuih. imliuDtl with all the fiuiatkul r4ion of
a Thoinpaon or a Garriwai their catting five
tbein free acre to oor lvea,"iniong whom they
illHM-miunte, notion at war with the beat inti reat
both of iIim nwter and lie aiHike from ex-
wirK'nco of I lie iniurioua influence of thi cInw of!
trailer on ourcohurd ppilulion, ami be tru-led
that elS dive meaaurea wiokj now be adopUid to
dip tha evil in the boJ.
The Reaolutiotia were read and alopte.u
a cat raui.
Saturday Mornlng,NoTember28r 1 C35.
' Tmm oar aeeoont of the pmeeeiliBg ia another eo
hMna, take from Ibe lUgiaWe Rpud, il will be
that yet but pfJe die baa beoo dor than merely
ippmnting the variou CotainiUee, and other praliuii
On Thorly, th 10th, Mr. CUngnum, of turry, in
tmlnced into the lloiueof Comnwua, the aute Rea
lutioa Jeoted br tbal Howe at the but feaaion on Uw
awtiiMi uf the PbUic Ik and which were 'Wealed j
- . . ' 1
01 the Senate tliruugb the lafluenc uT the ao iJoreo , "' ""J" oiairry in una country,
party. On Mr. Clmpnaa'a urtioB. they were onlor! ' When cm-pin.lent of llie Richmond Enquirer W
to be printed, and mut the order of the day U Mm- J trihut"d airoilat expreaiiooa lo Mr, O'CwineU o aiaHb
day the lrd. Th RmJution are follow! ' oertwun. it w indigntntty ilemed by hi tricml in
A la tinwe of thj Gtl Aambly. thie country, on lk ir oirn rrtfomMity. Tl.cy then
Utataay Art by which UrC4ogTrB of the United Htttr promised Mr. OToniicFTffcnuncwtioo of w hat tkey
aUU give the I'ubl Ijfrl to lh Mtatca wUhin which zarded u a alamler on him. Not a word tW Mr.
they are irtoataH. or Act by which the inm.i.iuoi irCtm h Wo mtde publ in denial of thea
pnee at which 0 Ul are now la atl he red. T .
red, would amoaaly a!T.t the pwieritv of all the old 1?" j . r . x, ... ,
..J i, J I.; th.L.Si.i K whirh ur poo-e' ref. r. t to Mr. O Connell let-
thrr wrrr iiif null cied in the ronWi-met.
"Urtoivd, fmriirr. A the ojhiiii of tin Geaeral
Aa"Wy. thai the Public Ibt Uniubwncxtioguiah-
ed, aad the eWt which tii. cape uf U repeat-
le portion of Vm aulilx duia by th Sla!- hich
nrighial'y arid thenVlmmr Ihw iWn "womidUh.
th ao-4) di.owli.ai of the PnWic l-aod. or the pro-
, reedaben ouzbt to be mad aft th- Sute. of
PT r; S, . -"H",u,
-UnJrJ, That the Goemnr be. arv! he U, hereby
req-wsted to trarwmt eo9,r of Uie R-aoln'ieu to Hie
1 Th',n nn!
With IIoum, and we thermit hive IhiI little iHipetof
the paarage of thfae Remiutiun. Tlie.dipwition of
tln-fn, however, will nhow one thing in the language
of llie Regiator, " we tha'.l now are who will have the
temerity. the nak'of peTmiotinj tlw arbetne of Pre
aidentnil candidate. 10 vote ajim a propiaition, the
otoeci or wnicn to rrure Aorm uaroima ner jum
prooorUin of th proceed of the ale of the Public
I . V t I !'
land to which ahe i s much entitled a alia ia to
the revenue collected rroTi Iter cif'en.
U . n 1 , 1
wuUaloheWth.taRe.lUlHH haa brenj)ff :
ciod, fixing the 2(Hb or IV.-einlr f. tlie adjournment
" i """."
wilulion boukl paaa, will be oceaainoed by the adoption
of the amendment to the Constitution, which might
render uaelen many nf the act of the prevent bmly,
aMembltd aa it ta-upon principle at variance with the
expretaed view of a majority of tlie People of tlie State
There no longer remain any doubt of the Bnfifica-
il i : J L ..
1 17 Countiea yet to be beard from, which we think will
increaee the majority fbr Ratification. The following
additional return lave been reeeircd tince our last:
For Rejection, . . . . Ifit
For Ratificslirm, . . . . 7,117
Majority agate Ratification, 270
Sulitnet tbi from the inajonty ofAH f . 7
a given in our but. : '"'TTfJIH " "S, "
Lesvinj a rasjiirity still, of 4,1ur Ratification
' o.-a-- '
- , (JOV. SWAIN'S MESSAGE -
Tetba Igalatore may he foond on oor first re ra
it ia an sble, awnneas-like docament, presenting clear
aad iiodend flew of tliff several snhjeetrf of wliicb
it treats. . The Measage, a a liternry production, ms
MFses great merit, being written in I clear, nervous, snd
finished styhi;ia exeellonce fbr which Mate papers are
not elwaysdirtmpolitoed. '
The Governor hu called the attention of tlie Legis
lature to the operation of the . A bolitmniiitc As no dif
ference of opinion exwts od this wibjert, we trust that
party politic will not be permitted to uUenrupf Uie har
mony and unanimity which should characterize what
ever legislation may be deemed screws ry hereon.
invite the. attention of the reader to that document-. -
Jfcje. Election hj the Iirgisofcre. We learn,
verbally from Raleigh, that Richard Dobbs Spaight
Esq'r., of Craven rnty. hu
J br a irmwrrrflTTrotes ovef William R Mears, Esq.,
fotjaears 6ft 1. "
, v Oa SsturJay, flie 21st, Philo White, of the Stand
ard, was elected Publie Printer . by the following vote :
menroTlouai "JT tomatiyitor uf tha Star,);
89;Blank.i' . . ' 'V
. On the aaroe layiHVUliam Hill, Esq., was re-elected
ocrctary of State witliout opposition. . ,
On Friday the 90ih Alexander Troy, Eq., waa re-elected
Solicitor of iho 5ih Judicial Circuit
Or ifafOB. Several hundred head of large
hoga would find a ready sale st a fair price in Salubury.
Mt nagni end Circus. On relerence to an adve
tiaemmitin another column, the reader will see that
Messrs. Miller Yale, tnd A C intend visiting Sa
lisbury with their aplcndid Menagerie, and nnrivalled
Circus company, as Thursday and Friday, the 3rd and
4th dnya of next month.: Thf ahow going publlo may
expect a rare treat. Their Equestrians number smong
tliora Some of the fin performer io the country. '
DAMHIi OTONNULI Aiv
We ive.imre than wire lluld to tlw lfih Afi-i
ttir umI hia riliiiniiim on tha Foulh. Ii4 berau we
rare at ill r hi oii
iiiorw a aa Mulivhlual, hot bvcaaae ,
lilita rirrlrJ a coiitnilling indu w over tlie larger
portmaofbi countrymen in America, Tina influ'-nce i
by. no mna to be iIiwiiimkI, when n fliK-t on llie irn
nire aimiWof Irn tote given in the Northern Klate.
In the city of New-York nUm, there are ten tliiuid
lrili voUiri, with inl at whom OToiiih H' word li
been law. If tliey adopt liii (reqnently eitpreaaed opi
oiona on Klavery, they firm no enteniptiMe acrewinn
of alrnnjih to the AlmlUimiiH, vilk ickum VCmnrll
itfrrfndf UrnlfieJ in opinion. We do not nuke
tin aawrtion pwhly and every remrk whii:li webava
it any tiioe mailo reapectinf Mr. ffminell In a been
juetiM by antracta from In apetehea publiahed in llw
Caroliuiio. Our attention baa been ajraio called to
(hi aulijuct by a cooiniumcation which we aubjoia from
a big lily evteeuied friemt, wIknii w utkltiratand lo deny
Uiat Mr. O'Conuell ever uttered aucb opinion aa are
contaiiwd in' tlie extract of p.-ecne aUributed Ui biia
W will briefly menta our authority.
The at'iiii EJilof of the Carolinian w preaent at
Uie debtrn in the BriUah Purliament ia 1112 on Pow.
ell Buxton' Bill Emaocip-Uinj; the Weal India Slave.
lAirinathe progrvaaof trial Bill plunderinf tne Wcat
India Pltoter, be fvwrd Daniel O'ConnuU in bi place
io Parliament, denounee the rilavery af the negmea m
the .Southern U. H. in the moat gma a nJ ofteoat ve man ner,
nd in lb nioat inxJi-ut language, he demanded the
immiliule. abnlitio U oor Slave , The Editor cannot
be miataken, lor ao indignant wai he that be wrote
down with a pencil OTounell'a language tt the tune.
On a iilwiiMit oocanion, at a imi'tirg of the Horiety,
abolishing Capital Puniahmenta which wlhen
ailarnawd by Mr. Hume, Dr. Luhington, KirHVonl
Mot.tajiir, liinl Nugent, and Mr. O'Cotiarll, tlie F-Ji
Wrd lit latter genthmiaa travel wit of record lo
j . ... . ....
t a IwJon FtltoT, V coTrrrt .ie error of hi re-
porMd epparh. Our friend ban aurely forgotten the
content of tKal l.-tter, or he would hardly have refcr-
to Utt ,r aannell rr . the in-
. . . , . .
' rorreW the rr f rrp,.
V"" bt Tftpng to lie Suva-unLOUi of Ike
Sot th. i,ud of o tkt Ami grmmll,.
yjjr crnpvnH-a coirespniMeai na pomt'iy wui ui m
Ynl """' TrM Irtfrr, . U wiaa.v
Jons newnptpor piibbte,l in ey 1 .k City, auJ
PtreoUy th OXonnell oran in tbi Ccunlry, coo-
Uuiuig awne tpeeche oi ibi gentleuun', acd notice
Uh ml lo SrrtUnd. W will tike no exception to
f, ...n,..,;,. 7; 1 r -v-i. iiiawim 4
praoUal AwlgMMh nt lo th Vice Preeakwey ef i
our Keibi. a a wmt after all doe the troth teller
io wimi aripr an ooeiuie 1 mm minwroiiirii unn 11 win 11a way cro llie Mlmlic,
with great violence and eoaneneaa of and la fireqiieiitly to tie aeen in tlie iVw York Ameriraii,
of our whir Prewc bul it d "i ' ','v,'n,l,l' Star, and nioro particnlarly m the CtKim r mid
. . , I Kuuuirer, eilill by tlie nulorioua nUnilrrtr, V eW., iho
aay ! 1. tbuac
dray ia nj, MNer wiaferrr, tie ctmoetneu nf Ikt
exirncU from Mr. CTVonnrtri erra, wnr, et fir
a toe can dweneer. inti il rrrn allude to Ike tuhirrl
Th 0tnc wnHunKl bv our eorrennomlent wa trorn !
apeech of O'Connell delivered at Olwgow. We
a ! t .1. t n . j k. 1 1
ens find t ie Truth Teller no notice dT n, pecch
havinir been lielivcred at tilaaoniv. U aiiUl the TmiL i
- ' - -- ,.m ni mutui uiit iiuruiern pnucnk ponii'uiariy
wblhj aPBOUM.lnr the Vhlg Rdjtmnave&ilod'tho. slreadv menlbaied. to UmlerVa.i.l euueavur lo
,0 mlke t,)6 cb, MlfwU( . w j poiw Uie diiimI .4' the cilixon of the Umad Uuti-a,
ffrhd? iv,. II rorefuUmmtuda earn tkrmtnliim of
them. B Jdwp England thought the evidence of O'Con
nell'a having expreaaed eeutimenU inu)Ung to the
alave-bol'lera, sufficient to autburixe writing io Inoi tor
. a dciMul i.f them. 11 any answer ever been received
to the Bishop' abU, spirited and patriotic letter I We
f . . . ' ' l
.l.ive hoard uf none; uor have we ever aeen any da
nial uuthtirurd bv Mr. O'Connell of th anhirmmita nn '
i ' " T" .
Ln ,(,,.. bv , . . m,M-ut,ta v, k..
LUei KuiucL 01 ad pni'iTi n ivptt. inirnnnimr in nw
m fftmi4 iUmw!4 (ilt Um ,y 4etM
tioa whatever on thi subject
tWhat ahall ws iy then ! We know from permnal
knowledge lluit Mr. O'Counell has averted base libelt
on the South. Our testimony i supported by undenia
ble proof Hi ore an in New York does not deny the
luile iTlarjp cliss of Irish citixna in the Northern States
and to unite them with the Abolition ists. While this
is tlie case, we shnll not shrink from exposing the inso
lent snd bla.phemotis libeller of our inslitutms, nor
fcil to warn his patriotic countrymen among us against
being seduced by their admiration of this Foreign co
adjutor of the Abolition incendiaries.
Of Mr. O'Conneir patriotism, we will only remark
that that rain's hynenly may well bs suspected who de
rives a revenue of $00,000 to 100,000 per annum from
his patriotism. .Ajgd hi republican principles are lit
tle, worth w ho spea ks of f b is pride of tlie ancient chief
taincy of. his finally in the same sentence where he
vaunt bis democratic love of the People.
Our correfpondeut ha fiillea into a very excusable
error io his last paragraph .The Carolinian is not alone
ia it course on thia subject. We can name a great num-
opiniona of th Ituh Agitator- But Una is matter of,
utter indifference. The Carolinian is not in leading
string. - . ' ' -- ,
U'e trust we base done with O'Connell. Our cor
respondent tlowan, will boar us witness that we have
and trampled on Ireland, and to do notice to the gone
rssity, the valor, and the patriot wm of her noble sons
hi. our opinion of Mr. O'Connell alone we differ, and
we are sorry that we must differ. It gives us no plea
sure to witness bis high snd powerful intellect degraded
to the service of ib Northern snd English Abolitionists
in villifying snd traducing American slave-owners.
roB THB WESTBBH CABOUNIAS. I - "
Masess. Smith & IUbpton : In looking over your
paper of the 21st inst, I observed a paragraph reapeW
ing the lllUKlrious Irixli liberator, Daniel O'Connell, ap-
fuying 10 nun, perwnuuy, mow aousive ana scurrilous
angusge, uch s Bloated hypocrite, Indolent creature,
Ac, &e., concluding'with wluit yon supposed to he an
extract fiwa one of his speeches delivered in Scotland,
wherein be is made to abuse the American Slave
owners. J'- ' t V 1
Iii one of your firmer papers, you gave lis an' extract
of what you called a speech delivered bv Mr. O'Connell
at an Anti-Slavery Meeting in London, wherein he is
sgsin represented as having spoken In a disrespectful
manner of the Slave-holder of the United States. .
. In another number of your late papers, vou amused
some of your readers, by exhibiting Mr. O'Connell as
jrtet!iigfiembiim;ir.u - rii.rd oui.lr) nienaatiUjitui
Willi reieft lo ViHir mrtunnt 'ir nf Mr. (t('nn.
... O I !,.... I .11...... I.i U.V l.lll I Iibum tuitk i., r, .....
.. AnuA- ..f,--1?,i-, l,i "T'riuitiiJ.a'I
grre lliriMih jtiaral, and 'cuIIiiimI, Imi fonUiniiig
citrrrrt trfHirl fioin tliu honrt iiajirrauf tlnmr coniitria,
ot all the Kir In- lie ddier"l in thetiliea ami Town.,
coiintienri'inir at MimcIhmI'T, and riMling in liublin, iim
cannot timl that lie ban run ui'Tili'iuid tlicae Iniitj
Sialu,m ny erciiinn UiO jiajieni are wiit jou fi
A to hfrroew-hrTrpnrteOy J'f.if WhSve 'ln iWiT
vrrnt. at (ii AiitHlavcry mei'img in 1.hhI.po-i
very lima you were 'pJ'liJniig tna iik(I (Hoi,,
Mr. O't'mrH-ll' Irtirr to the lit.r uf the Lmdun
Tune wt going tlie riHiiHla of tliu Knglu'li, and mmiiq
of llie Aincriran paiiern, conlradictuig, 111 tliu iiumI pu
ilive li rnK the objertiimiihlo purl of ln jm'.- Ir, Hhirh
waa liainelully garlilod, tnd lucorrectly n-ri J by
that Tory Alitor.
Vour next charge, reacting tho O'Conuell I'mjdJ
denrrvea nme notice. The 1'ntrmtir agitator, Lung
drawn the atl'fclHma and aupport of In grateful r.HiiH
trymen rouud bun, they voluntarily riNilributiil liin.U
in lieu of hi lucfritive profaaion, wlntb be had to re
lilKinah for their benrrit.
Mr. UHUnnt'U )oily aay of hurmelf, tlrat he t th
abonrd nian in Knglaiid. By wImhii latin illnMri
oua indivKlual iImiwkI I On inquiry, you will riml, tUj
thi y are tlie H"d and haughty Ariabicriry ; the
bigh Tory Tyrant tlie kiwi; the DIood-thirMy
( IniigeiiKtn, and all lh advocate of liitolleranci', Ty.
rauny, and IVruotum -Uw t uemtuM of civil and re
lieioua lilx'Hv. The di-lnnnind if to retorm m
(Jlnirx.il and uie ; a ml the upholder of that nitatnoua
import, Tltlu-a. The tiirrgoiuir are the calumniati-m uf
the man wbe ha c trruid tlie lUforw Ihll llmnn-h tht:
lliMiariif CmiiiiMiiia, and by hi pi-rwvurcnce and inairli.
luaa ekKjiifuce i'iniiM iiUt bia beloved coumty tr.iui a
bloody cod of I'imal Uw,, under wbidi alM' gnam-d
Sir Kuutune, which Uie uuiu-d UlenUiof GralUn, llurke,
1'itt, and Pox wi re unable to accoinplihh. He diMilvt-d
llie Tory Adtniiitatralion nt Wclluigtiia ami I'eal, and
ia now mdmoring lo refimn ihnt inaw uf bigotry, illi
berally, and eirrutHion, the Dritodi llowae at
r"nan the and unny other noble dmil, llie name of
O'Counell w complutrly identiried With the freedom ami
welfare of In native land, and contributed to give Inm
Unit wonderful aMiidanry over the puiple' iiiiimIh,
w hich ia without a iwralel in mrnlern linn He em-
1 brae Uieciueof tlie iipprnuaed throughout tlie lint .
f dothmiolw, Without regard Uie reed." Irge.! on by iialn-
iliim, aiiiisl by gemua nf a very high order, lie alaie
tiir the wnm.'iiof ooprenaed Ireland, to obtain re.ln-n
(r hei miiiunrralile wriaiga. Hu haa bun lw
F mikI wiping a war of argument agaiuM the eneunin
of fieedun and humanity.
Mr O'Conuell b Ittoly made a triumphant yMirnry
through England ami Srirland, and waa every wh. ie
received by the pis(ilu with tmliiiMaalH; adii.ifnin.11,
rrirct. and gratitude. In nmny Hiiea ami T OWIlN III'
an hailed by nearly the whole popnlnt.oii, and wa
obligad t accept public I'eal iva la, in bonrot httiwlud
Mr. O'ConnelP publie entry into f mbitrli. win a
triumph of pnlriotiani over anxurrary and c -nnjii .on.
liiKrt uurivitk'd iu tin: pniroa of biatiuy. Upuin. of
l.'itl llhKlKind tmpinbied Ui ti-atify tlx'ir adui,nit of
the Patriot, the hberabir of In country.
Tho Tory Kuitora .t hnjfUnd Iwn- fouml it il" ir .lu-
lf Wt'ii aa Uiir mint, to aweil Mr. HI ..ninll
'"J" Kxlle,' ,,ki, ij'tihble cuUmnv, I - -
cain ttiey .re. aunu.i-t.-d b, the rn-niiea id Ot.Wll.
.11 Vm ,M.nil .nil rletix.mlu- i I,. .1...
catr. I am torry to And lhai ibi. diauiliim Ui !mi
sen itonm-ii haa tnand ita way a cnu the Ailmt
comiUnr ami peraevermg alanderrr of H t'onnell nd
ba Countrymen in America. Thia ciNitempiible b- m?,
imapable, or unwilleiif to appreciate OV-onm U' rx. r-
""" " 'be eu of liberty, or hi beroUc airugi-Ui. fur
UJl've wna ' "j"" n'" ) u"l"t!,'
" b'm, wotivo uf s Oikbooorablo nature,
, llve wi, f)f , Wk ,
.1;....; t v .1 i
L . . . I I i i-i .
""i " voiineii, ang ma cminirynien
. .Ui. . . D... .1 ...ii' . t.ii. i- j
ta tbi country. But tho intelligent, the high-minded
American are gencroua, re grateful ; therefore, will
not credit those unprineiplod re viler. Tliey are aware
of th devotion, and bravery of Irishmen during the no
ble struggle fur Independence ; and Unit Irishmen were
found foreuiuiit in the ranks repellintf Die enemy during
the iat war. The American ere alo well aware of
lliH ftlljielimnnl tf 1 riulinuin Ck ah, ...n.. kl n in ,,..
i;.. i .1... ,i .' . . '
"T- ' ".prmc,pi.
1 sniKirryin say, urn ttie n rttrrn I arolminn 1
the only southern journul I a'n arquainttd wiln, that
would venture to tike extract trout ao Uoubtl'ul a puptT
a Um- ew Vurk touner and Kiwiitrer. I a ., gentle
men, your obedient servant 1UJW A.N.
November Uie 2.")lh, l'
Q3r Great Whie F(iirat in Baltimore. The
Whigs of Maryland appear" duly to appreciate the iui
portance of tlie ictory whijdi 1 they recently .xtftned .eset
the Van Iliireniles in tliat State. . Tlie event was cele
brated at Baltimore On the 11 th instant, w ith s spirjl of
patriotic enthusiasm well worthy of the great ranse of
the Constitution. The most distinguished of tlie land
Were invited 5 Henry Clay, John C. Calhoun, Daniel
Webster, Hugh L White, William II. Harrison, Wil
liam J. Dunne, and many diners less prominent From
the letter of Mr. Clay in reply to the Committee of In
vitation, declining to attend we, extract the following
concluding sentence and Toast :
" I sincerely hope that the auspicious event which you
intend to commemorate, and oilier similar events, limy
lead to the defeat of the Baltimore Convention, which
you justly so much deprecate. I believe, with you, that
the election of Martin Van Buran, under all the circum
stances by which H ia attempted to be brought about,
and with the consequences which wuuld necessarily flow
from it, would be fetal to the purity and existence of
our institutions. Entertaining, sincerely, tins conclu
sion, I ofler as a sentiment at your table
" Union and concert, and a sacrifice of individual at
tachment, in the support of a presidential candidaic op
posed to tlie Baltimore nomination."
We copy tho letter of .Mr. Calhoun entire, and deem
it unnecessary to. say niore han that it .is .. worthy.?, the
patriotic and prophetic mind of tlie man who penned
" Fort Hiix, November 4, 115.
"GrmxuE: The mail of yesterday brought mo
your note of the 2nd ultimo, inviting me, in the name
of the citizens of Baltimore opposed to the President
nominating his successor, In attend I Festival to befi
ven on the 11th instant in honor of the late triumph in
Maryland of those opposed to the Executive nominee.
The great distance, and the shortness of the time, puts
it out of my power to attend. No one can look with
greater alarm than I do, on the attempt of the Chief
Magistrate to appoint hi successor. Should it succeed,
open and undisguised as it is, and resting, as it almost
exclusively doe, on the vowed ubserviency of the ,
nominee to the will of the President without those high
qualifications and services, on bis .part, calculated to
command tlie regard of thejwopte, or to fit him for the
duties of the high office to which he aspires, it would
afford eoncbisive proof of the consummation of rxecu
live usurpation, over the other departments of the go
vcrnment, snd the Constitution and liberty of tlie poo
pie. . " ' ' :'
Entertaining these views, I regard with pleasure the
decided victory achieved by Maryland il) the late elec
tion, over the Preside-1, nominee,' and, of course, over
executive dictation. It is tho mors honoiablQ to the