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stich a snlmiiirnofl'iM-F;;itof fthr rnion a-rrc barh, iff!" sb nm-pnr V- Tloiidu, arrived this , were sent i m mod ijoly down to the blip, she a?' lic.vdoc previous to the div ismn ..uf p..,',;.-
reprcsrtted in the Achate to ihi lAci-utiie, is a:: i toon n:g (1 -Hi int.) iro::, l'ioii.Ja, for the follow-Mu doubt got ntf orThursday at high water, with- vided mm nheh ss, that t ho , r jv 0r"of
a -t which no spirit, no enterprise can atone lor ing information : out any material (image. The 1 i tniughatn was not cllt ct any laxcs in t o c -h i (Jouutv
which detrudes us, sh.imi-s us, an.) which ovcrv I dpt. Hkhha ki sati s lhat n Ipirw arrived j forme id v one of t li Liverpool packets, red star line, the citizens of said county, i in posed v o
friend or American liberty all over the eild w id .it Riaek Creek on Suud.iv last, with new- th..t the She is GOO tons, nd owned hv Sails Wood. George lourt of Rowan, and which are coilectan.e uu.
H-tp over. I armv under (Irn. Ji.ssrx "captured on the night of j S. Ti imblo andQ'tjin Isaac Harris, of New York, year one thousand eight hum .red and Uuriy
The relief wb have for this in''! an. it ,1 v pit tore, h;.o "bMi int., Hi Nints U lotpjiiig to Oala't Mhe has had qpmli.mjl succcssaon of westerly and that the ir.;c r,m be cohected v .e
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"U WIIILII OIOI I.I I I II l-it. I ; ' l. Il.;:i,l ...l-i "I 1 IMH -. .1 MM I I 'il I )(! IIMlIf WITt lilKfll Ott IIIB 1 I I II 1 "il lej Oil lll: l:iS'rO. J v 1 --- -
oespoitsm every wii'-re win ci-:i i.t- --i
is in ti
li'tw most imoi a 'l .v r:;;v :if-f,
f iot, that the ii'.ra Ii s o m v- hi !!!
minority party, which render tie f..i .s
oiitiiutiii tot ih iii M-r.iiic. !. n:- .'if'
member we ciin tve, and now r-:t. i.: -
norify party tJe powT. .Mi. Va m
Ihis party, is a tnioori'y Ir side- l. '
form of the Constitution, ' " '
the people, 't lie n ili.. i, tl r .r-, si :
ed hv the disgrace. t' : .
by the dirace. IJeii.'uL-'.r '.: , i '
Tii vle stoo'J ti.i :
Y:s M's-iis. lic i'oi.
m, Kwina; oflilioi is, Io . (J
Kin of A!a., Linn. .V-.'.vj. Nn-h
Hives, Robinson, U iiVos, e'evi r, t. , '
inade, Tijttnn, Walker, ;i'. Wri! i.
N.Y3 .Messrs. H.iasd, Mi l. k, ".oli u:., (
Crittenden, Davis, 1'vvin of 0!iii, llt'i.i ,: k
Kent, Knight', MiMire, Vit nliss, ie?-n. li.i.!i:
Southard, Jswift, 'jfoinhr.s-iii, Wcbsti r, V. .ale 1:.".
The four yeas in it.rlir.i irirepsf rfiit their
Ftates, proi'ed in the :oe I;'st.!e,.ti:i ! ole.-ti
I'nmn und Strange of North Carolina, came lVom
a State which, in a full vie, is dei-ikdlv V!.;,j.
Duehanari represents n small Van Ihireu t.i-j rdy
in t!ie irreat Slate of Pennsylvania.
Ahlui . ha j.
refund to instruct her Scn.dors to vote for thi. fan jusr reach l tt.nt city, tiia ttie late ludtu
Expntiias process. Nicliolas represents an ;..:ci-1 "Triors who were encamp., d about t2" miles from
dental luajority in Iouisinna. Walker of .Missis- ''' place, under the charge of Lieutenant Slosn,
sinpi, and Niles of Connecticut, rcpreseat a small 'atl broken loose, an 1 t ilicn to the v.oU, carrying
Van lluren majority in the States from which they with them their rilles, iimnuni-.tion. etc. Their
came. The (ieoria Senators were both absent, j run.brr is some two hundred, and there is evcrv
Mr. McKe.,11 of Penn., anil Parker of Va., were j reason to lieheve that they arc as hostile as at any
absent. From tho absence of the Senators peri ! of the late war. They had created coiisid
(Cuihljertof Ce.ria excepted) we may reasonably j ': aUnn in the neiphlM.rhiHMl, as they were
ii.fcr, that they are not Evpi infers.' There are ! cousimly whoopin- and shoolinj; around the dwell,
now three Wing vacancies, oi:c in Delaware, ouc ' "s uf lh iohahitants. Tlie vohinteer coinparues
in Maryland, and one in LoM-in?. jofChimbus were ready at a inomenfa warning to
Tnus by an accidental majority, this outride
has inen jerpetrated. J Ii" States and tho VjiiO
refuse it their a.s:nt. Let tin; refusal then In:
proclaimed. Let tho country ito ofl'f he disgrace
the slaves of Hvecutivi pwsrrr hae ;it uik-o it.
I.'t public me'tliii'4 bo eolle.!. I.-t lire act tlien
st intl as it i, tiie unautlr rt f:A. :!" violent act of
men whom climre lus t.'jt :: t a po.ver, which
thev h.ve abused and disgraced. Th" Tw i:vrv-,
I'oi'K as the N'lNiTKKX iu .Mtirv ! oi!, am " i'omor-j
ai" tojlher. Van Hnren ie ids t!:ctn. With-' :il
the courage to take the bavonct, as dnl li -fipaite
anl Cromwell, he takes this iasiJi "is mo le of de
stroyin out Clays, our We!-ters, our Prestons,
our Cnlhoiins, and the o!i;rr Patrh ts, who have
for vears r?si,ted Y. cuie Power as did the Pat
riots in the best days of Roman L;t"rlv. The
cotintrv now owes the. :i a c!ieerins voice. "";.
o-i." 44 Do not in: pi, on: :i t.
iirr tr.'.'i yvl, as oy iic ir vn-s iue n.ie j-im . ujiicaus, in toiijiiiibuiiii nim.miiiii ii'fui i .up,
pr ve'i. " lpupi.e your record though they may, j ie from Ihe S'ank of Ol.dieiie, one from Nev
they ca;!:!..t expunge you : sckak, and the country j kind, and Kn n-Lung Chmg lau, ihe imin'- h-de Rett-ill
resp i id. SritiK till tlie ilagger enM.rs t!:e nrcaem-oiv,. ,,f the mja.-ror of Chio.i, have pur
eu ite, as it ins in Republics of i l l, and theo, I chased the Raok of Lowland. Ntc was ihe micleu
wfien von am in such a danger, a n-i'.ty host i l l of this pai iy. They seem to have bul one oul
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to insarids will cone to v"ur reM-tie.
la n-i.i ge of the H'hi f:art; ; ati J on t"ie ,'u.- ;
pi.-nmity tliey will a trr .t the P 1-. r. Van IJu
ren is now to run the A la in ri.ro This race hie
pro-Ta'ed him forever, f.r it ;io v miles all sec
tio"s of Wfiir par.-. .
V E It Y L A T 11 V It O M 1 i: X A S
From the Sew Orleans True American.
Tiie flo'i. M. Hi-NT, h iisfer P.er jpotenti.iry
and Iv.voy I'vtraordinary from the Republic of
Texas t: t!ie (J nte.l Slates, arrived :tt the Sut!i-vv:'-t
Pass, Sunday, the l.ih iotant, ir; th' armed
sh oaer Terrihl-, on his ay to nsh.iu!o:i.
Advices from Columbia, Texas, are to the -i'-Mh
ult. I :itel!iin:e reacht! the s".it of i iovernnitit
oi r-f - !iv, 2jth,thit th- Mr tic in army v.;e pre
si. -r;!- tiie borders of the fUp-.bli'.. (iVnTal
Houston o is to e:ivi for the army in a f dny
His nea'.th i r..,M hy improving. C.er.l orders
,. :e e-, .,,, ? (r i " par' iricii, ao i
s;og tne pu!,ic o coujiiiir d.oii'er, und cin it:"-oo
ti:ern to le prpj r-d 1j meet the iuva
Th IJiar.s still conh;:e ffi commit depred i
ttons. A Mr. Ih rvey, Ins wife and s i, of U hi;i
son's O.lony, f-v -.i.ly -I'.vt miles above Te:''.i'! ir!,
east side .d the ll'.JBus, were found dead aa 1 se.i!
ed in his own !ih!-;;. His daughiei, ei jht or tii.ie
years old, wa, carrt'v! oit hv the Indians. Tr.e
ma ran h'rs were n: iir.J on shod horses, as
pea red from tho traces, and are si;p.-.ed to have
be!i enTured i't other d preri if'tons. fiom the h it
found at the hous-., ia-i ;:momi tn ld to a gen
tleman liviu 20 or 3J ::o . s firther wed.
Mopii.r, Jin. 17th.
r The Steamer Clnnpiou is just :irrived from Pen
sncol a, and bri- gs i:di.r n ti in t!i it ilit? IJ. S. sloop
of v.ii R i .ti, riv'd ve-.terd.iy fro.n a cruiz".
h"i.:g on board Ju ljc F.l!:s, Minister to Mexico,
v.'i- h.:vi:g deina.nled his passports troiii the .M'--i-cao
gover.nnt and bettr.5 refuseil, left the country
without thorn. II ' proceeJed imiucdi itely to Wasli
Froi) the S.'itk'rn rterrhr.
Ry the f.;.ivirr.f ititelli'cnce, extracttd fcnm the
Savannah Republic-m,! wi'd Im? seen that thef rmer
conj 'clures iu relation iotK'oo'.i ni l his forces, were
incrrect. It seems that now the Indians are
between the white settlement ri id our army.
Oeeola is stiM, it seems, in the cfjve of the Wrthht
o,Hhce, and his f,, vers s altf re I ah-wtt in de
tchuifis wilhin ,'h'h r.ntr.. 1 1 is ndroitoess in tiie
evasmti of his pjrsu?rs is rertatuly vvo.iderfu!.
Io'! .'d, the drt ids ivf the variom operations it:
7iordi, the ase wih which the I nlians have
t nil i;ns, when th-v ch s srvr-tril the.-ns dves
from an eager ::nd vijihi-.t rsilint, proves very
ronelu-iv y, tint probably, with th evception
t.f the 1 :di i is themselves, none appreciated or
Me- a,-aVe of ihiiug s, the ulm-ist ioitirnioun-
tabl- o l 't ic? in t!ii w;iv f tb iK'n.-f raliin oft
their hiding rdace--; and cave Oe--J:i f.ir Ixd'er
grmi ids than we ?-3.nise,l h hid, fir his bu-t.
lhat fv wit.J maintain the war for five years.,
a (jfnuivi an ' Torres sent ngaoK-t nun.
i.atf.st gkx. jr.ssurs arm v.
We sre iudeii'.eJ t the poli tericsj cf Capt. Heb
. - I" . L - . . I " 1
ii'iio ihei." ihe fellow Irimi4. sont out hv Gen
'mmii ; - a spy, in March, 1-:5G, and mver re-
tarred. Trr Ni-roe that were captured, slate
. f ur,:i! t)ce!i in the Cove of the Withlaeoo-
.i-ts io- -h.-e, s !. Gen. Jk-si ! had sent down troon.-
1 ii u .; -i.io of the Wiihlacoochee, in order to
j lake ' '!', i!" jt.i-sih'e.
( '. pt. iir tnKi further states that it was re-
d 1 limns was to hue been huu oa Usl
rP'ie .rcK.-"f i"e ( Viirier of tho 12th ult. says :
f i r.. i .), no ieiHrfci to be plenty between
a:.o v-. n;!isvi!le. A IkhIv ot men
. ";. i r . i.(orosed of dt iehiiienis from
, .. i ;' "i!:ti.-i of this and neij:h!rin; j
i t i !OTire ot t!e Lulled Stales, have
n-onr ili.it section of country, and to "ive
i X 'i "a
hattlii if they c iin lie found. It is sup-i--
a hi.dv of Ii.duns between ()rane
, , U-' .iiit! the ().;hl.:ia!;a.
. I i "I'hitt the Indians in considenibh? force are bo-
iwt u in .tod !. army, is ahisesl ccrtai'i I rum ie
A lip received from the nlliee of the Col'.tw-
i ''us Jhru!l,thiu i! JO::i nit, slates that intelligence
',UL t-J "tHI
I'rnm the (ieirrgia Jimrnal.
The followt:i' Lvfract of a letter has lier n fur-
nishel us nr publication; the news is I.Ml'oUT.vNr,
IF TKI K.
Cn.vni.rsTox, S. C. January, 1?37.
Di:.u iim : The same trick has lately bt'en jla-
cd oil in LhhI-ui, lhat has Ik'Cii in your State, in rt -
latiim ti buying out a 1 ink. .My corresjoiideiil
ut Loudon writes under the iatet date, thus;
il ..anu :i- lui:;i; tho pal w'ck, $un
cio: luis hei-ii on tip-toe, as to certain movements
in and .oK.ut Uie Hank ol Ilirhmd Also, as tocer
tam stra.iirers here, some of wiio:n vere often seen
Yesterday the mystery was revealed. Nie iuj.
die and some ot' your leading Nuilile rs, witn a to
the Umoii.Deiiiocratic-Jickso.i-Va.i-R.Men-li. -
and tual is centered iu him.
It is said that toe Cjovernor of the Rank aiid
most of llic coo.pinv were soon bouv.ni vir.
The Chancellor f the Cxchequer attntded nonie
of the meetings, it is said, under a special cn-nmis-rion
from the ministry. The K.ng waa at Kew.
The Chancellor of ihe Lchcipier hJld out for j
sometime, Lut was tiually ovcrcoiue by the ait and
ina;ia:etneni. ol -Mr. iJid .1? ; hut it is not ?trang,
thr vvno can stand old Nic I l'arliameiit vmj know
had ieen prorogued to the . The (thiaat i
i!is.ivt'(l, and it is said that there will be another
Peel miiiiairy. I donbl it, lor no man em su.-tain
himself as Premier who vvid not let .Mr. Iiidu.'e's
iv-l uid is in an awful conditior. I sliouM not
be s.ji pi ised if within 12 tnoujii, .-he w;is convert.
j c.j j.-jtoa horrible I)t inocratic Republic like yours,
I bcur a crowd now huzziiug lhr the King ami
,.l:ir cotrv ; but I tear it is all over with u"
j The 'fimcxoi this morning, says, that Parlia-
(;,ent will be convened immediately.
ANOTHER LIVERPOOL SHIP LOST ON
1IA.WPS1 RAD IlEACfl.
Ily slips frutn our attentive corresxinflerits at
New York, we learn that the ship llirminham,
(.'apt. Pattiso.!, went a-hre ,,u Hampstead Reach
on Wciasday morning about 1 oVik. The !'-
uiinhain was loaded with wheat, dry goods, iron,
i no:: I, kc., and had sixty pas-cners on ln.ir I he
passengers had all b.-en landed the shm had bilg
ed. A steamboat had been despatched to her to
FURTHER PARTICULARS OF THE SHIP
RI mil NCI I A.M.
Since the .-move was put in type we have receiv
ed the Conner ami I'lantirer of Tuesday moiiiiug
igliteen h urs in advance of tiie ilxpress mail j
iroin it we have the tollowing pailicuiars.
The lliruiinjliarn sailed lioni Livorpoul on the
11th NovendMrr, wi:li a fu!i cargo. During a tem-
pestuou.s vovage, she lost two men overboard, had
h.r !.u!urL .linr mid :l whil. laint viisbed iViim i
the lop of her cabin house. She as spoken on
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iir te. ii ijiiiiiiii' in itai.ni i auiii .:mi i . ai in . .j '
;it New 1 oik on the ord insianf, aud supplied vvith
provisions. Abut two hours In-fore she struck,
. . - " ' '
lie made the IIh!aial Lights, and af:er runiiing in
clos to the bar lor a pilot and getting none, she
stood olfs'iore for a t::ue, a-td then hauled her wind
to the northward. At half k st tliree o'clock on
Wednesday morninr?. she? struck while m ihe act of
tw dug in stays: a cast of the load, the sccood mate
asserts, was taken a tow moments before, and Millie raiue of the county id Kowan, umn j iuiuic-tathotns-
water f.und. The ship had her thr--e ; Liis'ature shell otherwise provide and direct, and
w hole tops-iils and courses on her at the moment, j elections shall le held for members ol Ik lit lloi;s;s
but the wind lieing very moderate, the shick wasffthe Genera! Assvmb'y ami ot Cangris-s, by tie
hat slight. Al daylight her situation lieing discov- i Sheriff or other returning oil :cer of Rwau Conn-
-red, t.ui sltK.ps went to her nfes,tailc. and took j
from her th- (Kissengers ; the sailors tini, .tt the
vessel, and also t..k passage in one of th sloops.
All were salely landed on Rockway beach.
JOn Wednesday, at 2 I. SI., fcheVts Uyin with ;
her head off shore, nil sail set, and a eonsiderahl
of a list a port; had twenty-two inches of wal
i-i her at tho time, but was inf nned that she made ,
n.-. morn water than she did at .":. The wreck
on biird with 20 or VA) men. ready lo
I assist, but was ii' t allowed to touch anv tiling on :
Koird. Th- C-urie. and Iviouiiers New s 15 ?at t
brought up her letters and inanifcjtt. If lighters ;
To lay ojf and etublish ,t ( Of.Y'T, by the name of
Be it KnactM Ini the (hnt ral Asscmhly of the
State of JS trtt Carolina, arul it is hcrebj enacted
by the aiithtrity if the same. That a county shall
be, and ihe iamo is laid oil and established in tho
Territory nw comprehended in the limits of wow-
au eounty, mrth of the South Yadkin, beinuin
at tho juuctoii of the North and South adkin
River, thence up the South Yadkin River, to the
Iredell county hue, and all that pari ot the present
county of Rowan, lying and he tug north of said
River, shall hereafter constitute a separate and dis
tinct county, to be called and ki own by the name
of Davie, iu honor of the Revolutionary Patriot,
Wiliiatii U. Davie ; and it shall be, and is hereby
invested, with all the rihis, privileges, and immu
nities of the other counties in this State, except as
is hereafter provided.
'2. ISc it further lliacU tl, That all Justices oi
ihe Peace, and officers of the inihtia, w ho reside
within the limits of the county of Davie, shall con
tinue to Hold and exercise all the official jxnvers
aud authorities, in and for the said county, that
ihey bave hitherto held and exercised in aud lor
the county ol Rowjui.
a. lie it further Unacted, That a Court of Pleas
aud Quarter Sessions, shall be, and the same is
hereby established, in ami for said county ot Davie
lo oe lie hi by the Justices last aforesaid, and such
otuers as may be hereafter appointed in and tor
said county, on the fourth .Monday of I'ebruary,
May, August and Novcmtier in each and every
yer ; the first session of which shall be held iu the
Town ot Mucks die, when the court aforesaid, a
majority ot the Justices of said county being pre.
sent, nall appoint a Clerk ot said Court, a rmcidi,
u Co i oner or v oroners, Couatuolcs, and oilier olh
ecr tor said county, w ho shall enter into bond as
requited by Law, and shall hold and continue in
miU uUici'.s, oniii successors to tlictn arc duly cho
sen ana tjn.tliheu acciuom to the Acts of the
waieiul Assembly m sjcii cases provided, and the
said court at Us tir&t Session aforesaid may appoint
the plu.uc ot ils .ulure bcjsi'jiis, until a CJourl-liouse
snatt bo erect to. tor sjiu eotKity.
4. Be it further Unacted, That the County
Court of Davie, u majority ol the Justices bemg
present, snail appoint live Con.inissiotiets, lo select
i ucivi loinc upon a site, for a ermaueut scat oi
jjsticv in suid county, iind shall purcnae or n.-av
ii'Ccivc l Oou.iUon, loi ihe use ol sitid touii.y a
irtici ol laud, coiisislmg oi noi less than l a cut v
j hvc aeies, to u.' conveyed to the Chairman ot the
vtoco iney si. .in lay on a 1 o.vn, the name ot moicii
snait be ttelei mo.i'd by IhCttiseives, iu vvuich ihe
puOhc CoUi l iivosc oid Jan ol saiJcoui.ly" soaii be
. iccteti, ami iuur ti.e coiupiciion ol the same, the
couils t said county shall be neiu, ani Ihe Cierks
and itctii-ier ot:w.t s suaii ie kepi in said town.
o. lie il further Unuctca, i iiul tiie Commis
sioner so .ij.p.noa u.- atorcsiiid, alter iayir.goit
th lo's .-t i.iu x own Hioresaia, uuu destgnaiin
UCIi Miuil be IcliiU.id lor paoiiC Uc-l Sf siiail :
pOfce I'ne rcid.;e i .she at Pohh'c Auction, upjn a
credit ol o:.e aiid lo eura, and stiull take bonds
withovcunly loi ihe puicit.ise n.. -ney, payable to
the Cuairui.tu ot thv; Court, and 'Oo iiccessoi in
die), amd the .sud ( ii-aruiau sUan execute titles
lhsretoi ujcti the piivmcul ot tin.- purchase nioi.ev,
which snad go into lue County 1 leasury, and l4l
said Court of Picas aud Quarter fcessn-5 may
levy 'taxts, lor alt public tibes, under le same
inn s, icguiau ns and restrictions as the 'ke courts
in other con. dies.
b. lie it jurtner Unacted, That a'PJr0"s w
may be habie lo i;u.rio..iiient uik11" U1,V process
either civil or criminal in said t-'Uulv, lh ro Ihe
co,. pa iion oi the pubiiu Jati ti-14-'1". "J coiii
nntteu to the Jail ol any ai.r"1" uMy , m uko
manner, us when a Jail ha vieslrovcu by ac-
ClUllit. , '
7. lie it "irtlier Uaclcd, l hat the Court oi
Picas an. Uoaitei oesstotis, estaonshed by tins
act m-1 Supeiior Courts ot Juw aud Lijuny,
wiivn iiuy he-reiilter be provuicu lor said county ,
jiiad have tne like powers, iiuino; dies, ..nd juris-
diclious, as the ao.e o.ur..- p..-sess ti.,u exeicisc in
oiuer counties, a no ail .--tuts no oej
iKimg iu un
t the Couits ofRowuii County , w he-iein ihe citi-z-,us
of Dane are i tii piai.did ano noieudaut, and
all indictments against them r any ot "them, snail
be trausteiied to hie CVuit Having jurisdiction
thereof in t tie county of Daw;., in the manner now
provided tor tra.isi- ri suits Irom one County
Court to another.
ft), lic it further Enacted, "l hat ali criminal of
lences, wh.cn may bo con.inittod in the county ot
lMvie, wuich are cognizable only iu li.e fcujeiior
Court of Luv, snail be nun coiitinue under tne ju
risdiction of tiie fciipeiior Court ol L;.vv ol tne
county of Rowan, until SujK-rioi u Court of Law
. h:i II tie Cieaiell lor ihe' C.'UtltV ol LaVIO.
0. He it further Unacted, That nothing I his
..r ..,.... i. .n i. constiued as to i'lotubit
l.i . W! .-.. l .. .. r ,or li ir..o. e.!!lCtill'- SUCIl
iili o-hh'.!..'.'!. -
tlie k?lie illl Of IkiMimi -' ' w" -w".- o
- .. !.. . .... mav I rrf.-. . ...
sum or sums of money as uiu ouc, ui
due on any Juugna.-nt before tne nrsi Loiiit oi
IMeas and (Quarter Sessions for said county of Da
vie. 10. Br it '-urther Enacted, That the counties
of R.ovan and Dav ie shall continue to he represen-
led in the Ceneral Assembly as one county, and in
ly, iu all the TVmlorv h reit i. re comprehenoe..
in tlie hrni's of said county, ai ine uu: -s .too pi.o.eft
and under the same i tiles, regulations ami rest Mo
... - . . . .1 .. .- .1 .A .
tion, as have lt n apimuted or may b.ereafser b
appointed hv Law, and 1 1-t cerlihcate of said Sher
ill, or other returning officers, to the result of said
election or elections, shall bo as vaiid and ellectu.il
to ali intents and put poses, a-i if tins act had never
11. lie it further Enacted, I
j -ovi led tin
. as t.j pre-c-.i!cctig
thing in this ;;; sh.,l i tic so
vent the Sinn id of Row a: t .
arrears of Taxes in ibi an me n.auuer as he couid
12. Be it f rther t n u.c pan-,
I"rs ",w ; n' V V Wardens of said The Cotton Market i, lookina up at the South. Ve
vie shall 1k transteired to the vv arJcns oi saiu i
vn,, sn.ui ot annex the average prices ia the various marts lor ting
Davtc County. . . .,....,.
13. lic it further Enacted, 'lhat this act snau
be in force from and af;er its latihcatiou.
AX ACT supplemental to an Act passed at the
praent (hvcral Assembly, entitled An Act to
hit, off the (,i:vti; of Dnric :
llf it n-inctt d hv the. Ceneral Aerddn of the
Shift: of Xnrth Carolina, and it la hereby l.inictta
n. ..l ..I.lll.l
by the authority of t.ie same, i r.ai incic sm..u oc
a Superior Court ot Law and " oi i.q.u. . j
oprned ani held al the lovvnoi nK.iu': wnin
a Court I!'.use shall he built as provided fhr in
-aid Act, then at said Town and Court House in
the County of Davie on the eighth Monday after
the third Monday in IVbrtiary next and on tlse eilnh
Monday after the third Mor. iv i. August, and on
the same days in each and every year hereafter,
which courts shall Lave the sarn? pirisdK ii.in that
. i . c- r ... T ... ... I i .. rc t.
.V ' . , 1 ' . . .. w. , . ret the couauct ol me un iJuren --hicra c: this sua-
Kq.i n the several counties m this State now-have - ,,,,.
' . Jet, ounag our l.isr. Leyislaluro w hile Ihe lhll wa uu-
and exercise. )
2. lie it fvHer Enacted, That the enrdv ofJdvr l-,'"'s to amena tne charter ot tins comjvmy.
Davie s-half hereafter constitute a Iitrt of the sixth j AL V-'T 4,i tane here comes out the Giajle wui,
Circuit and the Jud-e ami Solicitor who -hali nt- il violent assault on the plan, eviiX-mly ihr
tend the Superior Courts in aid county shall be
respec'ivelv entitled to the Fame pay for attending!
said Courts, that they now by law arc entitled to
receive for attending other Superior Courts in
:j. .4m b.- it further Enacted, That n Clerk
and Clerk and .M.ister in Krpiity, both men of skill
and probity, and residents in the conr.tv of Davie
shall bo appointed f r the same by the Jude at
tending the first term of said furt. T'tey .s'.-al' oiyo
bond and security as dvceted by hi v.- for such ot
flcers, and take the oath prescribed for their qual
ification, the Cletk so appointed shall hohl his ot
fieo until the regular election and r.:nd:fen.tion ol
his successor. The County Court cf Davie shall
nnnnint thirty Jurors to attend the said Court in
tho ?ame manner ns Jurors are appointed to atlfvii;!
tho SnrrJor Oo"ls n t It i ss Stat.
4- lie it further Unacted That all eivnl causes
dfiprif'in(T jn th" Seperinr Court of La-.v and ICoui
tv for Rowan, the Plaintiffs in which cartas resi'l
in Dnvie County, and alo all nct'orw of dctn.eits;
nnd tresp-s jure clai:.niTn freget forar concerning
lands in Davie County shall fse transferred with all
r-rr.psi nod proceeding therein to the Superior
Court of Law hereby established for the County of
Davie, nnd the provisions of the act passed in the
year eighteen hundred and six. entitled an act
amendatory nnd supplementary to an act entitled
r n net for the more convenient admioist ration, of
Justice, and all other acts supplemental thereto for
the nrp'vntment, summoning and nftendtnee of Jn
rors for the transmission and receipt of the records
proceedings and pnners, for docketing and brinijinir
h ran?'1? forward for trial, for summoning wit-nrp--es
for iosning oririnal and re.esne process prior
to the first term of D?vte Sunerinr Court, nnd gen
era'lv for n0 otlmr purposes relative to the prepar
ation tor trial nnd determination of the business of
said Court, le and the same are hereby extended
to the STiperior Court of Davie Conn v. the not
ice's ned ho.lye of the severa! OtTterrs of the Fmi
perjot Courts of Rowan and of the County Courts
of Davie shall he subject to the same penalties and
forfeit uvs as pre?criled foi simi'ar ner!ects nrd
rubles hy the snid act, and the paid Officers shall
i.' ent itleil to the same fees for their Kery?ecs as are
e?tahhshed by the said act for like services.
i. He it ft.rther Enacted, That the Constable
now rest-ling in the Counv of Davie shall coptiur
to hoM tirir respect iyo otliees and perform all the
(hdies- rpoertaioinir thereto subiect to the same rules
and pepid'ic.'S. r'rtdations and nenalfies as consfn
Ides jn other counties in this State, until the first
Count v CV.nrT to H- he' 1 for said Count v.
fh He it farther Unacted, That it shall lie com
netent fr a majority of the Commissioners who
shall he appointed hv the Counfv Court of Dtrie
to select n site for a scat of Justice nnd for other
puriKeo, to do nM things lelonrinT or an-ertaininr
to thir conooission a-i fully and effectually as the
'.vholeofsaid Commissioners mtuht do ifand that the
said Commissioner or a majority of them may let
out to the lowest bidder or contract for the building
of a Court House :nd Jail upon whatever plan or
f -rm they mav ileem advisable, nnd lhat the perma
nent Seat of Justice shall lie in Moeksville or with-
:.. r ii.n ,l t ..
III l i. mi" --; in-- . in.-., mm v III 1 irrtlH1
any uantity of land for that purpose rot less than
fifteen acres, any thing to the contrary notwith
standing. 7. He it further Enacted, That the County
Court of Cuie, er a majority of the Justices bein
pre:o:it, n t y ay a Tax not exceeding one dolhir
on the po!-. and thirty cents on every hundred dol
lars violation of real estate, frr the purpose of
buil-Vng the Court House ani! Jail.
e5. Beit further Unacted, That this ret sliul! b
!i force from and after its ratification.
.1 BlJ.Ti supplemental to an Act supplemental to
an Act pasml at the present General Assembln
to lay off and establish the ccunty of Da tie,
Be it enacted by the General Axsembly of the
S-'afe of North Carolina, ami it is hereby enacted
by the authority of the fame. That for the purpose
oforgan'zing ihe first Court, it shall lie lawful for
y i Ik . rft - ....
any -liisiicc ot tne jmeeoi me county ot Kowan
lo administer the oaths prescriled by law to such
persons as may be nppoiited at the present session
of the General Assend'y Justices of the Peaca of
Thtt rt tii- hohhig of the first Court of Pleas '
and Quatt. r Ses--io r' tne county
ui.ty of Davie, i,
fbe peace of the
shaii he lawhd for ny u?iee ot the iieace of the
rouiitv of Rowan to administer to the justices of
ihe ci:ce of the said couity o! Davie, such oaths
s may be necessary lo qualify them for the duties
of justice of peace tor said fiimty.
" The Indians hold a levee b-night."
j Paulson, Dec. 24.
When will thr negroes hohfne at Washington citv?
On the Hli of Macrh? Preface.
Persons on whom honor d benefits are confi'rred
l ..1.1 I... ,.IT L-iin.vn lfierlre Vie honPth.il it i. ilt I
fUUUillw ""-v " inn r
held in oeen Juv, and not ;,a norfr, as there will
be no vv iv of seeing then .by "e glistening of their
soov faces an ": sinning .'V lr. 3"es. I
liuzza Lr Johnson a Ula n-o ue go.
1 i V T J V X 1 T I A KIIAT C IK L V M .
Saturday Morning, February 4, 1837.
T11K COTTON MARKKT.
Charleston, Jan. 2o.
10 to 17h.
I t to IT,
lo to 1(.
15 to 17.
.Mobile, Jan. 1. - -
Augiiota, J;m. 'SS. - -
Savannah, Jan. 20. - -
Milled-eville, Jan. 21. -
The .New-Orleans lice, of Jan. 10, snys: " We un
jerstalid tiat o, ccnls was
refused yesteruay for a lut
ot-u-, bales of tine cotton, but the quantity w hich would
Lr!n, timl is xcry clJiuli Coll,1Kirwl Ulth UiU slw.fc
Tho latest anil best prices at Columbia, Cheravv and
Foy tteviile, will be found in our Price Current, on au.
THE CHARLESTON AND CINCINNATI RAIL
The people of the w estern counties oufrht not to f..r-
me purpose oi wmiipin" me van liuren meinUers oi our
into loo raaks agnmsi it, and it had tae
uiteiulett eiiect, e.xcepi s to a few of Hit m in the wi.v
tern counties. As to the leaders, iMessrs. Iiayon:,
Rdwaids, and Cooper, they juot at once obeyed tl...
word of coumuud, sad rusiied with all their nn-dit.
against it. Mr. Haywood signalized himself on liic
occasiou by the violence, and over-healed zeiil that he
displayed. For these, and other reasons, it was believ
ed at Raleigh that he had received positive orccri frma
Washington to defeat tiie Riil, and such orders dotit
head cuurters are not lo he disobeyed hv a man wlio is
lookiag tor oiiico, as it is generally acere-dded that lie
is. Now, wo ask the people of North Carolina, what
right have these corrupt H.hticians at Washington (Jmv
to inlcnneddle m uur local fnatlerj--, and seini i ut ti;e;r
orders jtiat as if we were a parcel of slaves unuc-r ti.cii f
Is it liOt an insult lo lUe je-opio of Ue silrtte t A.m u a3
it palriotic in Mr. Haywood to try to sacrdic- liie ui-
te.tt and welfaie of ihe people of the western pari of
North Carolina, uierety because he was orucreu lu i
so irom abhiiigton City, lhat seat of political c-or mil
lion W e had e.xpecii d Utter things from Air. iiav.
wood, but so true it is when a man looks to Washing
ton tor office, he forgets his own Slate, and is oliiicd
to do whatever he is ordered.
We hope tins ulxair vviii open the eyes 0f many rf
the honest Farmers ot the western counties who san
lorted Hie Van i?uren party. 'J Jjey ouit e from th'i
what they have to expect from thai party. Tisia is t),n
most important measure that eer has been, or indeed
con be projected ibr the upper counties ; it wili oi.cn
as it were, the market, of tiie world to them, it vvid
have the eiiect of doubling and liehiu.g the vauie tf
all tneir lands, n short, it will give a new aspect to
all tiie inountaineous country in .North "Carolina', and
yet on accotrnt ot hatred to South Cr.ndma, we tee or
ders issued from Washington a j-ainst it, and w e see Uio
leaders of the party ct-c-y these orders like so inar.y
drill sergeants of a tluiiditig army. Well, liianit
Cod, they did not succeed ; ihe bih pissed. Mr. liny,
woii may get bis oilice tut lug eal, but the peopie udl
get the raii-road.
The news: of t!ie parage of the Rail-Road Kill was
greeted with ncicmg at Fayetteville aim Wf.udn--ton,
as well as at Salisbury ; as wdi he seen by the lo'iovt
m fro-ri tae p.ipe:s of those towns. The I'avtticvilie
"The news of the final passage of the Internal It--prcyen.ent
Act was greeted hero on aturuav ia-'r,
with a salute of lfd guns."
From the W iima.gh.n Advertkcr, of the 20ih idf.
-CVertous Xt ics.-W e received last Suntv evening
ny tne Steamer Henrietta, in a slip from tbe'Postma"
ter at t ayoitevdie, il;e heart-ehcorinrr inrclhoerce of
the hnal parage by the Legislature of the lidl p!-tWlPlr
tac tt:ito to take g-5:Ls ot tho Stock in the ib "v-.',Z
ton and Raleigh, Cuyettevilie and Western, and I;ca7
tort and Faettevdie Rail-Roaus, and increasing ti.n
capital of the Rank of ( .;:pe Fear to i n-i
amount ecual to that of ti.e ikink ot the Stale. Jov
ful news! and cu-Jiy was it received bv us
ll.r .. .. .
a o i.nvm mo.niaj saw 1) l.,iri:v- emmn-cd mmi
. j--o;. r.. i.ews to an
i i '. noni oiis ooice. eonvee m- i ... ... - . u
Ivery countenance Iv-u.ed vvith pleasure
St leaj-ed lor joy. The iLgs ot' aii .... j,.,..
ever' tir a
pmg m ,mrt were run up ah;0, tho Soud-uiouthcd caia'n
pourtxi forth its lhunicrng notes 10? time f e ev,
of our road from this to iird flx fMng Kifmues) v.or
should we have opp.d here. Aia:;y taikrd of a ei -oral
ihumination; fait, aias! the moon was to be up vt
an cr,rly hour m full bngki,;-, and spared us 'tho
t s!:an ve say rr.vr to i . .-
otic llenrc-cntalivcs. who have . " Z "u I?
:; V, ' . 1U,1,,UlLt: t!iins of thorn
in our List ntuiiocr. and thm ten o.;... .
, . ...... i r: . n.
: i : " oivnr, .initl ye DC.
hove ;.-or:i our heart,, i that i do:nr xvhat tJ,ey have
I "e 'Vl,Cir ntate lir- hv conferred a Jhl:
..... on o.emseuos tn-it future .es, Ss vcii as
prcetit generation, will look f ack to their v..;o .s'l
nig sp..e into existence a svMem. vl..VK -i
vveii as the
I o.ru.oi, as n MjoiUtl Oe, has laid ;
brud Mid sure, ujhmi which to build the fin
ly et i,,y Siate, aHd happiness ot the pco.-
If ih -s is not enough. Jet them appeai' t
a j i!u:ua inn
ure prosper :-
consciences, while tlj
PUe.'ii tn rhoir -n
w:t i , ,-' . hiiKuier resr.; .!!-.
ev ulii-o.-..- il... i.:..
cid-irJr ti ;f crr.,-' a reward or-
ctioarly the,r own, and which none can take fiLi
The Fayetleville O!sorvcr also remarks:
"We learn lint the n i . e o
Rail Road, will he '?:r.r. "cnption to tno
I of February, ard in ' r the Ut
U soon as' arrSic-r- ! "L'T- of onlv
i r i . . i' -"ii m mis place
citizens of the other Con
tiens f ti.,. ".i.;: ."aae. Uur fellow
nitt ef col.. rt,'t.:. . t
nt :cs will have an opnortti-
ler w-dt l.e ; - ' i- copies oi tne cnar-
ttr will he in readmers to distribute in a few days."
W e hope that as little delay as possible will be had
ni opening the Books in all the counties interested.
The snaiT iSnow and if Kootsarp opened scon
there will, in our onion, he no difficulty in obtaining ihe
requisite subscription of Stock. Rowan, we are" cer
tain, will subscribe liberally she ought to do so she
owes it to her reputation. The People of Rowan were
J v" tOJUllT IU I lie tlrr.n r- ., ' ,
.i . . . -
hra to move m tins great project, they took the lead
,n getting up the scheme, and they will now be looked
to to take the lead in carrying it forward. None can
doabt our means to da so none will doubt the t-'r;