j tw aw.iy
. f5TSfti, sad
a b-.u La ---Jt rf : I t W mU
'! nl4 l.'.rnr lit- WeVl a IW I t if )H(
Brkl linal r. M emae-'r, I Lit wa,
Ut tM aeparstk v'.J Ua at tie aue at Ua-
i M Be to tnfUvt af iW af ta
t aagaacrr tm tto turn j mi tW dina'ry. It U'
fearet IS KrtiW W Virx" (M. aaaaamt
to ls tWt mm wakditatai 4m)4 kavw a C fm
Wiry tb k.3 ; fct bus Ihmm wer to M w"!y
. aaa' itcVry-AIf at aee to aaa cxjmwbc. at
ilbW fiwci lata nWt fWiwr.
f It baa aaamaaajmaMaasaat ('acacia
tmk w) Mtt U WWIwmit afta faWfc.
Batat , at ke aa k;w ttot t ew.y ! vs.
ataaoa af da anwj mmw fawtg tin ftrmU
," Cut. aiijoat r'jf a Ckoa 4iAfua witmm
w M area s"y CW ttWi aaay
tW tbrrt are fv aaJ rvJaal aa aa a
atr!ataaa, vstora M Maaa'i a 1110 erakai ka
!& toes aiJ to ataawaa. k to tfcs
i ef fr, tmmfmtvt to mjm, aa4 U aoj ffi-
r cart to mcnw Cm la". Am & it
at ; al bYw tfcr tan aKf (BfiWj atXa U
rft, to ynyiii f mil lUt WJftU am WTf
tnmum n Fiw I Wl. aAtt
mh(m4 to Ito WJto to to Hktni
taM wmWt to 71 cSc t r-
tf to, tot mimummim at tt yciSt ifw3 toto,
to tvw iiM flJ kdf Uth
tttoaf lair mt u3U Qm to a
Timfii'T-L 7 , '
lit kaj lU fUyt arrf I 2ll aWlfe kfl
WJ cSxtoaflv atWr. Na aWM Va Ik
frnai tka amli tt -al I ntairti aarftan lka
if n reir liiar i ; Liili t'jtt-i fiaax
atiaiia CU aTnii) iwobili.tki atMtUwat
I . a i aaj ka to f nU ; ack , aa tort, a j
'J4otmj rk kamka, Ila mrwrwt a ikaa if;
I wawuVI kaiaala f traat aaa. aaai tVal it ataaiJ '
i I MiBiiiiiTTa'T f lk laaX I lil anMrai. a keg :
t"kt ha aVaj.la Tia'l kc kl a ra aunrf imL
TW ry tort tkal aoe aU ktr a
aaJdaaoWaUc5crl toaWaJk paart cir
,M4M jp iiiiiii pirt
at irtar tk ta t-i ai I a iv
paaai tkti ti. ulJ kc dkxard. ta bnkr aarrrtaaB
L. l.. c l.
aaatoaa! af ike ajmu krav aarmanl ai rat it
m.mrj t. ;.. ngi, I i-raaa'i i iii I'l
auW ataULrv to tW carrrarr.
hk ika in rrina. tij &avatr trrJ ai aojr- go Lr nothiog, acJ that tho hauka are
uuai asmiaat tbe W9, akark) I ri a WN "7 t,,iuS- 1 H,,ke Iw " hem- All I in
eaWtaaa. It-r twf.itt tVr fni i driri sut aa as, that the Coernnient ahaU srarate fmni
af Hat Cyswaarat aa aprcaf-.aCJ crrt.hr a he ' b1 I belie lo be ii:dipeoiWe, for tha
; a aV)Bri, aa wrfi a a Camw ; iW rt-
af wbica aU ke to aanrM faulty aM wr-
J aaaf a ienim t mmt( attk tit
Urw, tkat k Vew a tmJ fcir f at amafw t to unpulw lo Industry aixi colerprise
(krm bom tbe cm to tke aurtvc. aaai (rjtm Xacti '. ,h rmrl. a of ,hcir operation, 1 doobt nol.
aa Soolk, aaai kack t;ua. 2 iWa r aari af , NuauHf w re stimulating than an eipanding
aaaagkaUifak. Tke s nJII k &rrctf iW i prxtiitiiig currency. It creates a dvlimve
WfclWaaarawaiWA-iaat P"'" evcry ,h,n5
tk fiartamuaa ; aa aaark tW tW f rrsferaf st-; m "nt"- Eer- on frls as if he was growing
kaoty w' I ka) aWt n rxrtotac"T ari-aW liar ratbrr, aa price rw, and that he has it in In now
tawrtiiai iwf ruiaJitiiii. aaal wkerr'racai aahiual ,r B? (mtmIiI and evertiou, to make bis fortune,
aaaaat hmj a a.nt. a. to . j kr 4av aVaaaaa. " tn oa'ure of stimulus, moral aa well as 1
Tata , likl aa a.lrmk to'y?aK oefite al firt,and todpprcaaaftnrwarda.
tZb04memm.it. - - TW aVaft wiairk al firaS aa'i"" tmlrl
Cat taf safBrwitr tf lis haS iU - 1 - -nr IWD' Bn energy sir to terminate in orrestnnd
woefd aot k kscCfd'aviT a a CriHto . i "f & weakneai ; nor i it kai certain
' . k . . t i f m J ' i j
i Ulan a rrat aaaj pmr. Il -rafil k ,
, jii aii aiaTa i i last rataae k wit '
uni latiaailf I at waaM aak a react Mrme-f
r' law hammwnici l 'raaata. Wtw'iJT
oarmarv f tke cnaatrr zi firxm icol cir.
cUu-v andrr wkark Lrati bad aapr aauU ka
iijainnfaTiariwa1 TVs r?-cto -V-J r-Vt a
gnmi tximk f W rurUiUa aiaat la--
Ue WTkaJrtrr aVraag-rofK aaagSt ocrar.acurl
WUiLml w&tsI b r .c ranuLtrcvo-
I earanar a C I karl m. m mrw
taaing af th aWk,a4 'wharfs auaaV! pcotlt uV i
aaaaadi th aler!v and cV'ma mi tbe d4res.
crw af th maatry 'mrecxl, aiaat withoot '
i.tlir the aVrnr ;
Witit few rewaaris the csvarx'.te ertrts
f,f n r iA i,.
f the cmarrv, I skal oar I Vrar eMwmrisoo.
What fcai k5S tiv ivhtM eifert oa the :
cwrvewrr, ee 6r i. Vroe tW f iW
retotiwa'ciF-cts a bawr aaJ Jewry. j
I kuid a oaod sad ccnerjrr lo be skoc?
m r-fff r Tt ainl aa wwaml ar-f ffi-r-""; '
mm cai aval otrv. that ml
isea wissttodkkaxaaaiaee tlsr teatest 1
Tw dwMr and taa ear! arr'w m'W0"P puuno aiitinioii ia nm-u.
the aaeasar 4 tW, as tie vard amd liw bnhd !
art af -tnytflT ; aaJ what wuwU st thiatt of the!
iaxwroratMKi tV ccrrar 1 rerre t txtrr ,'
t rsfaed r ctKlract, mr vi .r Se-t! ih-m
at pleasure, wuli lie prniirrs t" B by ike owv-;
tnacred ahwrtoeed, asa! lT kf ike expanded or ;
aeagtheaed f Is at b4 am thai ia wmM plwre the ;
yt awdasCvw ad baNerM cf the evwatry aaJer !
that ceBtnl f saark ccaaa'nk ! Bat it waU act !
certaxefT oetS at, dsa a sisaakar rai rd -
MBit It tWt giurr Kfsgii?iieaMin af tbr rnoitnu;
th aneasnre f vaSar. fiat I e further, and j.
asjtft coh&iratly, that tw rf pmprr rwrta-1
the iadMBtr wad! fca.ajutjs e i he rvaactrT. It raises;
th pric cf every liatsg, ! cwowiyaeaaty kirnftt-!
es the pore ef saxawctwa atod coawa pt(i ; BiJ w.
ha tha end, hostile every Usch of intaitr.
I hold that yecie ass! rmrr kivr roca' thrtr pro
per efleve ; the IsJleFt large aaI SHM tirant-'
mj-in tVo taim Cur .JlW - sn..t tk.it tk
nearer w cwaiiaa amche ro,'J ami aifver, t
oaaser!v srith eaaaetaea.ce, lie letter fcr the!
ndwatrr aaai the teises cf t&e emuxn. The'
f ?rcie the brWer, t!l that ptxaJS. at reached.
IB artaaneo, n awnaiil oottaosne in lae nearest
m a - - ii . 1 . 1
posBiale degiee, sraaatorwi, aawl CuriliirT, and woahi : year, near sixteen hand-4 high of perfect -ntry ;
im fcivatubh? to tlie prolafSsse cle ucierally ; j in a word, he .is, as to' form, inferior to no horse in
I taaa aten of jptanitcrs. aucirSiiats act! i the State Darnvelt was bred by the late Hon.
manra&rtareTs wB s wgeraiwe. It would be ! Jikk Randolph, of Ronnoke, ('harlotte co., Virginia;
particuhu-ly tavnraliJe m Sonsia. Xir great' tialcd in the Fall of 1631, got by (acotna, his
staples rech artrln eenr wlertf ; and Et was dam Roanoke, hy Balls Florizcl, graudain Come
reit(.feBariN! by te Srjtfr frxwa Slttsippt, ' li;,. by Chanticleer, great grandani Vanity, by
(Mr. Walker,) at lie ei?ta sewiflat, that we stU at ;
cwsa prices, and fowpt at rtaper f races ; tkat as,
I aota inv i wMwgrai a aeaanudnuf wg,
.oeamercial, awd navigatus iaterrst'a wosli aUo
Jeet its beseftrtal eAet. It woaJJ ckeafwa pro--ductioos
and be to assaasactavers ia Leu of a pe
tective tiii9; Its eSct wroa&J be to enable thena
'to meet fcrwyi eowpeCtfkn, ant kr rawinj prices
1 1 1 x - I - -T, ; l" . '
V.- ; ' r-
f!.e tfcr .vff lLsr h foir!ti f, h ( mwlJ
LtfUMU.i et rjf lulrrrel, nj l-lntvr fiuf Ililifilif.iC'
ttirrr cut i,t I lant. Jl g llm iMilv liMitld
Ln b furriii n.aikrl can etcf U- eomman !
cJ; au l c oinnutu!i- tl ki!.J br, muiiJ thi
KRlrr!rIj( rjmiJ J currfi.cy. Our (nrntiily,
wtof:o, srj ir!a!ry ire a'ial lo any f(-lc j
aaJ all enif ttmnu(!f tuirra waul, ia aouitj currn
J kfltl a tvrtt chatter, la tnrtl C(tn-li'io with
ucc anY (.rf. tl ivm or abroad. I'ut ilh
U aUrJ kmI fluctuating xtjirr ci rcolali'Mi, lltia ill
b livpMU. Anuig i'a iimny Uraw-Ucki, il
Wtia aa tnnrmuua lat n the coMimtttiity.
I kat airmail alatod, that lh onununily t r
luuatrj ta baft bra tiwUIjeJ lo tha baitka
OOy.OOO al lb aurpaoa of prci payttx-nla.
Ta iotctval h Ihia auin, rat iimlfi al aii per rent.
(l aujhl la U) bi(1tr,) wMiM'giv an annual in
coaM to tkna imrtiiMtMNia (f upWnrJi of thirty mil
kuat aaJ ilua n ibe aum yjflv tul l-v lb com-
aMfuty dr baiik arcooiiiMMlttiiuA, ilt rictii of
kick sur Uatad and wrMtaUI circulation.
Neer m cttcuUtiua m worikltfM, fumihd at
a aVar rar. - llw much of Una raat inconw
Mjr b cixtatJrrl M inlereat.oo rml raital, it il
Jifltcall h valimate; but it oukI, I nfo l
iikf to act down lei million to I hut licoii, which
wmta fcniT tuwarua oi tarfitjr miiii'mi anwwiif i
a lk frufi4 tterived from tanking privi!ravT
ami aho a fair compciaatii fjf tl capital in-
(rt hicba.nM UmJv muat pay, and which tnuat
tcaaotry. Cut thia eoormouipiMion oriheaya.
t '")iliingt M.rfl uJh UlliuLj.ipK
i erwath. , Ingeiwioa mn of otlir acva.
i aVwirai lbcnf lM in tain to Uiwovrr IhO art nl
, ""r'tf lwl" metaia lolo gid and surer
ci&rml oo a pnrtiati of lie rommu
t, a art alifl bighorof coitVf rling paper, to
tatraU aa4 pup.a, into lh preenx mrlala
Mi?t' to ka aurprvwd, that an arlicU m
ekr" ttt anaimtaclorvr, am! to dear lo tho mrt
MMtflkllHllM JB V. . . t . I I. . I ....... .
i t" itkoul any rrference lo the intercut or
wacto of lit community t
" sr krlicie tie Senator from Virginia,
' ana oiacr oo) lav bom aiar, w owe airrvnt an our
I MnpfBenrs and prnanrrity to th banking ays.
t Z,n rrfuro. 1 Dad supposed iiiai ue baara
. a t .ia
'mi NTMonifrilT wrre our free institution : the
T" od fcrtile rrgioa Mr occupy, and lh
fcer"tnr wteUince and enerpy of 1 1 to stock
Cromvakk we ar descended ; txil it seems, that
d" aignj, ixMO now anfl loruwiy.
1 amA concur in altnlMiluig lo litem our im
fmBt ami prosperity. J hat they Contributed
anmnius w a rurrpiicy, cipanuing oryona
" P"! uiniti, iI!ors the sanke law. it e liarr
ex nua ration, and I lie depression nas sue
tJt"" W" bl theWwrf getting
4nok an1 no" ?crete the pain of bccomin2
nr g J 4 il n" succeed-
ao 8 'r calculation, the latter will he
iodtw be grratrr than the' former. W hatcver
,mPuI" the bnnkmz syMem was calculated to give
tu ,,r imprwreroenl and pro-merity, has already
uium' ante lae syaiem suouw uouergo greai ana
i ' . i ib b a
r,icl changes; lh firxt tep towards which,
wou1,1 06 ,Iie d"P(4 of lhe measure propooed by
t n 7; , .
1 ba' Wr" Prefldeoe, finished what I intended
os,?r' ' nafe ',K,8 anticipated the prsaem crisis,
hut d,d rot Pt r""l m7 '
I its approttch.1 JT!olre4,lQjtoLny.hjly.be
th caweqtienree to me what Ihcy might ; and I
t Ar J lhauk ' Aut,,,,r of n' being. that be
uea mR.,i?- IMpnAndlPIrJoniljf to dis-
charge what I honestly believe to be that duty on
H100 " bo.dnci.Icd, is acknow-
"S t be doubtml, so nearly are the two lloiife
to be divided ; but whatever may be it
" prncci tuiuiuiiiio m in
' m f "f1 w,u re ""'mupniy mvesngnm., hum 1
haw 00 J?ars bt 'de I support, will prove to
b side of truth, justiee, liberty, civilization,
an" monl an" intellectual exce
The Thorough-bred Horse,
rILL stnnd the en-
county, 3 milen South
of Ceattie's Ford, two
thirds nf b hr ti me ft he
other nart at tho stable
and will bo let
to mares at 815 the Season, $10 the Single Leflp,
to U paid au soon a (lie Marc is envrred, with, the
privilege of turning lo the Season, nnd $25 the
Jnsuranr ; the money to to paid ns s
are ascertained to beta r the
paid as soon as the
DrISCKIr TION A2sl) I LUltiKLI.
a a . a 1 " I .l
barnvelt is a ben tit it m twv, wst in nis sevrnin
Meade old Celer, Moratur, hy old MarK-Anthony,
imported horse Jolly Koger iniKirted horse oil
For confirmation of the above, reCirence can be
made to Skinner s Turf Register, lor the Pedigrees
and performances of those raco horses, of which
Barovelt is a descendant. -
D, N. ADERNATIIY.
Lincoln, March 8,1 lft ,
' Friday Erculnn 'larch 0,
We aie imlvlu d lo hU t n !'i ta and IU 1 1 ,
fur riou intrrrMifif pul.V rfx-umri,!.
00" MaJ. HitJiai W. Cm has been apMi.t. I
ruat-alaatcr at this place, iSaut'L R KtVn.rJ
V concluded la our last, tti erf"l;lhy a;'
of Mr. Wright oa the KuMfeaaury Bill W aouJ
like to give one speech at rat tm the other aiJe of (!
qucstioot but we aro ak of these long -a hmIcJ ka.
rangura, and wa araccrte hi our readers areaUxv X'r
speech of tfr. CUy, LV if Wf fubliah (rum lVt
uda at all, would c baa ix r ifixlerraca, aa being tli
moat laburail eflort agauwl to Dill, is a lmg d b4
longer tUa Mr. Wrigtil'a. W,thrrcCe,inuoCM b
ludi it 'And hi a laU Ckl, w see a peh Iront
Mr. Ilubbard o( New butahire,oo Ut4 asm aolyi ft,
which wooll occupy lw tirt auinlttra of oat r; r.
and ono'frun Brifvri llntrm of aearly tho some
length I This at certsinly Amnion z-minAed era, IV
think our Cungrcaamea aitghl pc-AaUy ba brought to
their scorn by the oewspaprf pees--let as fotiiitcl)
rtfute to putlarb the speech of any nieniber ibakirg
qmito than one column or aa ia our papers, and IM evil
will at Us. Tbeat meo juat speak to ace tkemarliea
Ucy Will not fail to Contnto regard the labors IX tl.S
printer, the patienc tod gW-oat of their eoortilo-
eiita, and to eonsuft cotnmot acoaa, the purse of U
nattuo and their own wlawa.
TLA laat lincula RepuUWa lake its flfew4a borer
in lb caue of denvjcncy, the " Pumlird," to taik ft
rtinciag a djpuaiuoq to aajipnrt (mv. IJudUy lur re
electionor (or saying that "the party" would proba
bly aot oppoaa hia ro-elxtioo.' The RepuLltcafl aoemi
to think that it would ke the eaaieat aiatter ia tha world
to beat Go. Dudley and that if be is re-elected, it
will exit be because bis Ofpoornt do not outnumber
bis friend. JaO, so it was tar Tears Mat t Gov. IX
nTinrm?B3riiieiiieiM'. miiwiitr w tl&aWl' ,nd m,,M 500 ue, ake
to bear thcae aaree iue-4t wbea tho vote were
counted, an numerous wet U4 deinocrats that cam up
miaiing. that lle whig Gortotor was elected by up
wards of 4,000 totes. We tlunk le party' even ia
Ike tct$t will find it difficult, rery diflScuIl to organ Itt
and push forward aa ojuuaiioa to the present Govern
or, however worthy a aaaa they aoay bring oat, local
ciuses msy influence a but tlie of the peo
ple kcio satisfied, anaar(Laa influence will not move
them. j ,
The " SundanT deeerrai credit t its candor and
Mr. as krntrti Nr. CWJl.-It is painful
to witness the frequency aad,waakjoneaa of the attacks
made upon Mr. Calhoun by Mr. Clay. The latter gea-
Ueinaa never make a speech of late of five lines
length, bat he emits some shaft at Mr. Calhoun. This
propensity to assail the champtoa of Southern rights
was evinced in a redoubUd degroa of biUeracaa la Mr.
Clay 'a lata spooch trH'ktH"l'T r Jf
had scarcely got under way be lor he began to shoot
hia arrows at be Southerner, as if he u the adminis
tration, aa if waa the eaoaa'of Vll oar diflkultiet,
and bad brought forward this roewsor to oppress, th
country still more. Bo personal and undignified Wia
Mr. Clay in ihir attack,lbat at'Uie cohclas ofli
speech, Mr. Calhoun rose and said.' He did not think r
proper to interrupt the Senator from Kentucky while
he was speaking; but it was Cut ito liiraaeTf lo"aay7J
tint the gcntlciaan had rauBtaUxJaaJgruaNy perverted
almost every argument he (Mr. Calkoun) hid advanced.
He would say more : he intended to pay hia rcapecta to
the Senator at the first opportunity, both with respect
to hia argument and his personal attack on him; ind
when ha did ao, the debt between ihoin ihouldhe fhHy
Such scenes aa this are to he regretted. Mr. Cal
houn, we believe, baa lately done aothing more than
Mr. Clay has, exprewrd and maintained bis long cher
ished opinions, why, then, thi tone of bitterness on
Vif-psmntt. Omp-l. ft'-cauai''v'aaWa-''Ih
friends of Mr. Calhoun in lb South have never sop-
-J 1 . II. t a .
poriea mm (air. v-t lor rrwaMcai, and does a ft
tney wesee vuf kmi lae aante ntip iht.hf
succeed in lowering Mr. Calboua ia the estimaUon of j
(he Southern People be Will raise kiowein Thi is
game at which Mr. Clay, erperireed as he Is in the
art, might prove the loner. Let him and hi friends
In the Senate the consideration of the Independent
Treasury bill has been continued, but no vote taken.
The House ol Reprcacntatires has been principally en
gaged in discussing the .Neutrality buL On the 2Sth,
Mr. Fairfield of Maine, moved for a Committee to en
quire into the causes which led lo the death of Mr. Cil-
ley. The motion gave rise 10 -snoie debate, nd the
resolution was finally adopted 152 to 49. On the 1st
uist, the Senate bill " to prevent the abatement of
,, u l 1
01 inc -'. o. iiinj in; (wn was pibivuk
The Bill granting Banking Privileges to the Cincin
hatl and t'WWon Raff KiJ
jrcted by the Kentucky legislature. The preparations
tor constructing the Road hive, ro far advanced, that
the Company are ready for putting unfer contract the
grading of llio road, constructing bridges, &c- from
Cbarlc6ion to the South Camlina line.
Since th Conserralitn, with Mr. Rives at their
head, have become such good wnios, in their opposi
tion to the Sub-Treasury, it may nol be amiss to call to
mind the former views on the currency question ol this
When in 1S34, Mr. Rives was instructed by thr Vir
ginia Legislature to vote for Mr. Clay's Resolution con
demning the Removal of the Peposiies, he resigned,
and in hia farewell speech to the Senate, he exhorted
his friends at parting to bring for ward their power
ful aid in an effort to restore the Government to ha true
constitutional character ikat nf rimple, tolid hard
money Government." The Whigs say the Sub-Troa-
Miry is a hard money scheme, and Mr. Rives has joined
them to aid in pcrftetmHang what lie then called the
power of the " money King," tkt is tho connection
of Government with, Banks, and declaims most lustily
against his former party for wha( he calls their hard
money experiment! We ere tempted to prooounce
aminstthe honestv of all oolitic!. ' ...
. :-- -f-x
CAl liui:., .; i i U.i Ji.
,c! , "i st li ii ! i tiie n i r U . Hit iii .lni:iif '-
I t's in nft.ft t-i l!a f:'ib.Tresuf and
i i -4 5ir. Ktittrtitule. irriifiiin that lh
i j i i f liini n rnmii-iit a a political rrniiirtnu t and
tu 11 , luj m iiiattrriol gu rinmeut auuld prore in
ti t!u tiall.
'r. t'a'lMKio C infliirs bimaelf nearly altngethrr, In
timijrin Ui wtiU nf UiS ta hpsure, u e!iif)g
Ida il ;! : ( lo Huhotitutr, and the Ji',"iT attnndaiit
iil its tdoptiort, and Cofictumtfty ahews Hit it wmild
La njtiivilmt Hi Gwmiinnt lUnk, the moat pow-
( jt J crful and Jjnrrous tluil tMt r .trd," but w wUh our
rciorrs to pwru9 sml Judge lor l?em)les.
. -t MEIU-'HANTii' CO.W-NTlO.Y. .
The 'Aujunt Chronicle of the 2d inai., eonUins the
t!,a ruLNria of the Martha nt (rf) iition t the pen
pi of ih Houth and Hwnbweateni fiute, whjch we
legict aiCcadingly that our, liujlt Will not ptf nt u to
pub'.idi until mxI week. ''
The aubjoct of tha Addreaa U of auch paraniount in
teteat to the Fouih, anJ ia treated with ao much ability,
tint w treat a peruaal of tt will convince avery on of
Ue truth of th position aaMiaied, ami how rreally we
aiiould be benchited by tha adoption, of lite measure it
recommend, M only oa account of tl pecuniary ad-
vantsgee thav caouot fail to secure, hut alan fioin the
coovictioa that Uieir adoption is necessary to secure our
Aoothtr Gvenlioa la to aaaemble in Aagurta on
tlv first Monday in April, and North Carolina, although
not su dtrpljf fonccmad aa aome, onght cerumlJa he
represented, lo shop; that ah also is awilening lo her
tme interval; iad we hep and trust Uist our Mor.
chants will soa to It "
CanaJm.Tnm tiie recent intelligenos.'we art in a
fkir'asy of beini drawa into a war with Great BHftin,
The, paubts hsvn invaded the Province at several
auials, which must lead to th worst burdof feeling, if
pot to retalrtUon and filially war. . ;
P R 01 TIIE, FRO S Tl E A
, 0 Aoaa, Jcfleiton Co., Keh, 10, l-3
Tl atata ararnal al Walertowa was broken
and some 500 muskets takea
ot- irebanka. who w IL IceperVuat oUcrca a
reward of $250 for the recovery of them
Ther br to be Borne excitement her tiDon
the subject AfXan.ida. Many loada of men and
provistona bare- bceu and are now passing bore for
the north. .
Soma of I hem have called at tlto diflerent atorca
for powder, and.hnv bought all that was far rale.
by the keg. Whether H will amount lo any thing
or not, are cannot determine. -j
Jewi lie Drltvil Wy Advertiit r iff Feb. 11 '
W understand that ikmi hundred and ono bar.
rell of flour have been taken from the fteamboat
General Brady, lying in the river below thia city,
and within l lie American territory, by aom"pcr
son connected with the patriot rouse. 'The flour
is aaid to have belonged lo the British govern tr".!
1 In last circumstance doubtless operated op'n (he
Blind of the patriots, (citizen of the UpiteJi. ' f)
bttt still th act was illegsl and wrong,' bacauM the
property, being on iho American aide. iujuodr
TrWprotectioo of the taws of (he I'. States.
- From the imt paper. V V
f We ooderatand lhal .MrMackontie,' Gen. Vn
Rensselaer and Dr. Dunoombe are in or ibouf thia
city,' It is impossible to conceal that something
of tit 1 igheat imporfaocri oneway .of. the. p.tber4
may aooQ occOf in Una neighborhood.
The river at iht city is now frozen over. 'We
have also a alight coreringofanow; which makes
lolerabl sleighing. In ihe country there i plen
fem th National Intelligencer, of tel. 27. ,"C
EDITORS C0RaESP0&.CE.V "
The Eastern Mail Is "not "in. :TliaN6rtHern
jMail brmg na aa mjwavrom-lhe frcticr
Ihat a large supply of ammunition has left By.
racuse for the lake shore, whence a descent was to
be made 00 Kingston ; V" &'J
That the whole elective British force on Ihe
agnra frontier have left fin the London District,
lmuble-1vinj" rwen anther and- -t -.1
That "Major Chase, late of Navy Island, has been
arrested in Buffalo on the charge of setting on foot
and devising a military expedition. -v
This rdTjoera-of tho-Watertowa Arsenal htvtvl4
been arrested $250 is offered for them. ' f
The Lower Canada papers of the latest date
represent all ia quiet: but it as no more quiet than
Vesuvius ia. when ther ia nn emnlion. AVain
our "whole frontier, from Maine to Michigan is fla
ming with k excitement, u..-, .. . -
LordGoford Is expected in fhia 'ciiy in a short
lime, and will proboly sail from here. . ' '
1 bore is nothing near in our city afljn. . Fo
reign Etchanga rose a littla for the supply of the
last packet. - Wq have ji whole fleet of packets dun
from Europe, and are very auxtous about th com
mercial news. .The weather eootinue cold, and
the- trarbor is lull of icci"
Petroit Saturday Feb. 17i-
j " IrHeHigenee reached here this morning that tho
Patriots crossed over to the Canada ahore fast eve-
mng, witn a strong jorce. I hey entered the
feSfei''11!' according to previous
- a J . a .
arrangement. . , . w . .
From Ihe Richmond Whig. .
latest, prom florijia:
.W Jtotsubeea lAWwd.wUk ike jwrussl of let
ter from Florida of the 8th and 9th of the present
nontli, from ttn officer engaged in the arduous ser
vice of that region. ; -
This gentleman writes at a spot nbout twenty
inilcs south of Fort Jupiter. He' describes a dilli
cult march through briars, thick buiirded saw
grass, (which is strong, and, from-its name, cuts
badly;) in black mud up to tho waist shd crossed
where ten Indians micht defya hundred of the im
iroops in the world, from tho peculiar situation oPj
IHO i'ouinrv. mniun inui, nt iiiq suiiviMtiuii ui
a nezrn prisoner, a talk was had with the Indians.
f When the advanced guard had marched very near
fhe Indians, weJound Ihem, as they always are,
with their rifles cocked, to fire upon "us. When
this negro found them, by a very diflerenrtraif,"the
Indians told him (w hom at first (hey were for kill
fig) that if he was going to do good, he mnst stop
the Army, and they would believe him - On his
making his appearance, the advanced guard-, as al
so the balance of tho Army, halted, and General
Jesup,ith several officers, visitedy or raljier met.
'''''- j,r... ,:. . .. ' --Sj-' t A A''': ' '
lli ini.'iui.t. TLry ti i.ig young wait
d'1 I.V U ', ' d merely oiitifig 1 11,
that 1 dry were tired uf lh war, but roo d nol 1.
any l-r ma, as the rhinfa wer not Ihare. ' They rt
qu. ated until 1 1 o'tlo k lo daylhe tsih.Jwheri ihey
wiMild guin ' 0 th General and bare a talk Irxl
while I am writing, General Jrup, with aeieral
oilier rs, and a frce al hand Lilrn irr,t o guard a
gaioat atratagein and aupnriae, aro now in council
about half a mil 4fl, and I h'a aoinething may
bo done lo put an end i (his almost interminable
war interminable, I any, Iktbuh th Almighty
ha placed these savages in a cmmlry inhaUtabl
only by llietraelvcs, and where Xrnophoo'i army
Could not di'plnre Ihcm, an long at thoy chooa lo
remain, lliey hlv faitncaaea and liidinf places,
whore they lie in an.bunh, wail until we com up,
fir uuxi th advance, kill nd wound, and ibeo rua
The writer sayi there is but one opinion a (
th policy of perutilimg tha Indiana 1 remainv
He paasr a liigti complinnt upon uenaral rup,
who, ba aaya, ha don every thing that any man'
could have done. II add, it would Ue fiil4
your Uom with pletaur lo have aeeo, on the diy
uf battle, (at Locha llatche,)themencharglh
hammock and awim th creek, in the far of th
enemy hid behind their tree, and amidst their fire
and savage yella, ' Colonel Z. Tiylof penetrated
lo the West aa far aa poasihle but, on account of
the country, ha been compelled to fall back, and is
now, I believe, al Fort Brooke or BaaaingeN An
express received la it night inform ti that one bun
drcd and thltlyiiicluding uf grotvincnv women, imJ
children, have gone in to him. Among them were ,
forty -si I men wwi tore arm. " '
" The clouds are gaiheting, and indicate lain, '
which, ahmild it come, will put an end lo lbi cam-
paign ; lor the ground where I am now silling would.
with ail hours' rain, be ovei flowed some inches
dcr-p.' , , . 1. ' -
1 o'clock P. 51. Tlia Ceoural and other ofli-
cershave letorned from Ihe coutictl, accompanied
by Uadjo fa considcrabl clinracter) aodctghtoth-
er Bcniinole. . lliey beg to be permitted to retain
a mall portion of the country. : rbepr say it ia their
home the home of their father! that they were
born here, and love Ihe country, and would not leava
it.' The General ha consented (bat they ahall re
main until tney hear from Washington. They say
they are tirrd of flghtingT fhpyrfofl'tw! to hurt
the white man, nor trouble any icing oeiongmg i
him. , la my opinion, they can be made useful al
lies, instead of a daring foe, and would occopy a
portion of country uninhabilahlo by white men, un
Icaa, poaaibly aome more degenerate than the un
tutored aavare. Thcae Indiana are very limid and
suspicious, for they have been told so many false
hoods, hy mikchievous person, that they are very
distrustful.. They are rot restrained, but permit-
led lo goout agaia. Two of them star in our camp
(o-night, from choice.' .They did not bring in their
arm. - To-morrow they will hare another tallr
when something more will be ascertained. Tusto
gce, who comroandtd on the 24tb ok. waa here at
the talk, and will probably come in to-morrow."
A letter of the 9lh saya s. Tlie Gooeral haaiuat
returned from ihe council, and the Indiana have a-
greed to cc me in and go to tho Wear, but they hop
the President will permit thern lo remain In this
aaaaiy -Tl y X aaaaa- lo tl Locha Hatches,
and I still express my Ofitnion that the policy of
too uuTciuoicrui vugui if ne 10 permit litem 10 r
hainr , Our portion of the Army will, I suppose,
go. westward, and co-ooeral with some other divis
ion I though the probability j that Ibe rest of th
Indian will come jo. r-
" ' : ; IIARD BREATHING.
Among tho remarkable feats of the great tea.
iuses of ibis age, we do not remember tabave any
where read either in verse or prose, of any so as
tounding as that recorded by the Washington Cor
respondent of the Courier, and spread before the
wonderiiur world yesterday mortiimr Tlie fact w
thus stated t'.
HThe Constitutional platform eroc ted 'twixt wind
and water, by Mr. Calhoun, in support of (he sub
treasurv scheme, and acainsl Ihe banks, waa bv a
r . j
tingle preaik (torn U, Clay, totally annihilated
not a wreck or remnant is left behind. ,
ThwwfUJ-wa before a war that Mr. Clay bad
a sour breath on the Treasury DiTVTar do human '
icing could ever have anticipated so venomous and
blighting a blaal aa t his. v But Mr. Clay it sceais
ha discovered, hi fori at last on tho Currency
question, and al nffhar.bcen-stngularly-stupid jn
. t- : a a a. a. a a
argument, 11 is very mucn to do nopea mat ne win
henceforth forswear all six hour speeches and con
tent himself with the annihilating energies of bis
miraculous pufls7 -Ciarleiton Jilcrcvry. .
' The funeral of the Hon. Jonathan Cilly took place
to-day in the House ofRepresenlatives, ;l he bu.
rial service was read by Ihe Chaplain of the Senate
and the subsequent' ceremonies performed by the
Chaplain of the Hmi9e. The whole was deeply
impressive, and. we never witnessed a scene more
solemn and affecting. A vat concourse of persons
attended tho ceremony :and the-body 'of Ihe de
ceased was followed lo the grave by. tha members
and officers of both Houses the President of the
(Jailed Stales and Head of Department, Judges of 1
ihe Supreme Court, Foreign Minister, and an im
mense crowd of citizens.1') Thi tragical scene baa
throwu a deep gloom 0V0V lho, whoio city.
Mits. k; carter,
Af incr and Maiittia
maker, a lew doors Aorth
of, I he CwirthcKiso and Mansion
Hotel, respectfully inform' her
friends and tho public that sh
has jij! t received the latest
JY01 ilicra I'asliioiia for Spring and
and that she is now well prepared to execute every
vafiety or work in the above business, in the most
,ishionnlile, neat, and durable stylo. All kinds of
repairing old Bonnets made new and itrfy dons
at shortest notice in superior manner.-Order
from a distance shall receive attention, and no pain
will bo spared in packing and forwarding work
done for customers abroad.
Salisbury, March 0, 1838. 5t
MRS. Ill TtIIIJOWs Summer Set
inn will rnmnipnen liilh ina. ' PiiimIb
can be boarded in the same family with herself, or
in other families of high respectability at eight
dollars per. month. j. - v
Snhshiirv. Maich 0, IMP. V'!
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