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vernment &f t.'iO United h-tate and Great. Britain,
any of the public authentic tf either which
,wsa egrrrj to. ' s ,
The then coiitifiucl tL consideration of
f!,C.ut L-t I!.!!. ' ;
Mr. Ctrtan.l of Virginia, on leave, LM km the
Ue, with a .CW of bavi. it printed and offer,
jug it on ihe nr it rc-tutiurt .dyf I ho following re
RrtJeJ, That adoct coitirniit of
en Ik ajjxtLltJ tu Uka Into cutuideratimi thr
pruprktjr J projxwii an mrndntriit (u flit LW
tituttoo ollm t)uit4 Uuiu puhititioy ihu wre.
rl tiule, frutn ificurporating banka, uf other ao
nt9 koJts ffvi aullntr icmjj Ik oj of rtotr of
lb mom doiM!niwtii of thw coin of tho Unite J
atc,er umler. ,
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. 'llurvLty, Mirrh HI.
Tl cu-iJertttiuu of lUo liwh iH-rnknl Trennury
Bill ja cutitinW, aitJ g tlcUute between Meer.
Ctlbwon and U'eUttr enruc J. ? . .
llocai or RcfKMrxritint.
Nuuwruua pettttiM wrr prearntrd on t)i t?
Jort of lh Uta durf, which were referred tj the
bekcl Cmuttr t itut mi! j.t. - -- f
RrjMfli from lh BtamJir CotnOiittera were
cw!teJ lor. - '
The Uousw aja'ui to..k up the Ci il Li4 Bi!L"'
, Frulay, March 23.
lit SrxATC 7 '
Mr. W!l apoka at len;(U in favor of the IrvJo
anknl Treasury tiltl .v, - ,
Iloewa or RruieTATiTt" ,
Kuneroua petition, in relation to tltc lata duel,
were, prrsvutod, and nfcricU to '.be Sci Com-
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Mvafwitw ewa av iHwuaii wvuvtnitlWi wasaiV1 '
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8eerwl Etecntive commuoicntiotia were taid Le.
fore the Ilouee by the Fjx-aker.
The eoeaHderwtien of the ISvil List Dili -wna
thro reaumed. .
20 DOLLARS HE WARD,
For a Negro Boy namid Aliiistiad.
AN A WAY from the eubpcribcr'a
fartnrfn - Cliretrr- lhtrict,
C tie the Ut of Octbr. I8d7. ruv t
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bov miimJ AUMSTEAl." He wus rvouiKd to complete it; I can reply-to only one T
. . ....!.. . iV.tn.a manunr tKaif aa thai t.HrrA hftVft
He the next momins ranaway asaMi, and iwriued
the atme route, and was committed to Salisbury j
Jail I sent for him again ml pot him back about I
l oiilea Of Unariotie. wiien m Drone awwy- omi r
nmde hie escape. -I euppoao he i trying to get to
Caswell county, N. C, w hore ho wus raised.
When be left me he aaid ho got in with a North
Carolina wagoner by the nomo of Wrn." Browner,
of Caswell cjcuatjrtfiho ilm by mid ItTtfl-tfiyh.
ed him oil; and promised to take hi in where lie
waa rai-ted ; and I suppose when he marie his lust
caoe he waa nakinir fuf. that coan'yv This hoy
u .l.i U . IA . . .,r man ,f a il.irk liiullltlO!
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color, he is four leet 8 nr 10 inches li.li, he is k fl j
haoded. and has a scar of u burn on hn left wrisl,
and his left big tee is cut oil above tho twil. This
boy, when he waa in tho Salisbury Jail, called his
name George, and aaid he belonged to JainCs Pat
terson, of ftJouth-CaroIina, w hich was tho man 1
jHirchased him from. I will give the above re
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ard for his apprehcnsiou in any Jail so thut l cuu i
get htm again. JOHN hM-LS.
March 80, 1838.
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aatejM n A m M V M SV tJ al-a-l htsu-
f P11E Subscriber still continues to keep a IIoum:
Jk 1 rtU'i v iti.'. KXTKiTTAlNlltENT nt the
iOld Staud. near the Post Office, opjiosito to, i
hut a ahort distance from tne Court House Sriua
VI sk a m v at -
and
ire.
It is conveniently situated for those who tuny visit
jhis pluce to attend the Courts, or on other busi-
lown. is auflicicntly retireil, and exempt from noise.
Jseteral rooms, each witli a jiropTace,1ind a iiuiii
bcr of Stables, have recently been added to his Es
tablishment; proportionnbly increasing his mcana.
if acconjuiodating bis friends, and others who may
call on him. He respectfully solicits a conlinu
ance of public patronage. ? L. BINGHAM.
March 30, 1833. ,, ' ! . 3.
NOTICE
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S kerebv iriven to the i comninnltnt large, that
aome time in the spring of 1833, tnrWarch r
Apnl7 1 irchaseL negro girl from Margaret
Penny, of Roan Co. for the sum of 8100 to her in
hand paid, oil condition that the negro was to re
maiu with her during her life, and then to be mine.
The bill of aalo was executed to m for the above.
mentioned sum, and I forarrt all persons not to
trade for said irirl or rcmovo her, as I am the pro
oer ownAr am? I mithnriwi lrrx)ah Wrtee, of
Rnwnn, and Francis L Penny to he iy lawful
uueiits, to uct fdr iij?, to pup that nid tiecrri is not
Carried Hway. A?. U. ION ALIONT,
lVaukliii, Jlaoou Co., ;-..C ) t J tf
?." .- March" 19, !)".
Hm li l.:i ('AKOLIii'IA.N'.
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titli ao, 1033.
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14 a (-otiJtaatr, lur tv-vUxV.m Ut t'Amtff, at tUi nau
jii lit tiwii lit ttua (Viiititjr,
Wfl ar autVnirc giinouiica JOHN JONIu
a faiHjuJato l-r itnj i ,!icg tf Hhenir, at Iho ti.uui
tli ti.ufi in r.ij C i-i,tjf,
Wo nj rcjiin''-u U tniKHinca Gl'.OHCl'. T. LM
IJlL.'iU.N h a cjii'lu-'jia lur tin) lion rj cf I wii.iii"ui ia
tl,j lait j -jjinLturf, trout Ui Couiii l luilcll.
tiii: ULdUTU. .
Tho amciiJuiciil c:!i.rc4 ky Mr, iCivt ti a uUt.iuiu
f.jTtlie IndepfBiluiitTrcaiury till la Utd rfjt-cttjly
a otu ot UO U) 'Zl .
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. NUItlll CAUOL1NA
Tlut our Suto Nuuc'a witUm bemcK all tha ale
wtita of pfojK.'rity tlii-ru ta M Dju Jci doubt Tht
niuuUiiKMi )frt m rjul if not aupuriur U an jwrl ot
lUo UuitcJ .SuUi a graiuig eouuuyi Uo riitoJlo
cuimtry iq w tiich wtt rv.mi;, w well cikuU'W fur lha
I La laiMfi ol gf4ia ol evvr lcrijtu)l iii4 aUtuugb
o4 kaluialiy au luuiu at Uia UvouriJ tt, tn .y ander
(ood tiwU'uftieiit, ta iiiaJd to orodac iitue liOce
neaofltftf m tha greatest abmuuocav Tiiafcwratani
part of our but ia at rich ia oilnml treat urt, Irud,
Coj'vr, IxjJ, sa4 uuU Jjsv Uvtt fvum); aul tlta (ur
KMitoU of Uia touutry marrinu lha telid lint Utcy a
ut m ahuiicJauca. Tho lower ciaryjfutaj itfJUaia'
ikMi intt proULly cuouiua Cual; iui yet. with ati
thi.to tiotufal adiit'itaea, il ia wall knaww tl.it ?vn:
J Carolina U gtoeral!y adrnlikd to ba'a jof Buta,
oil ta u.e reaaon i dua v oovioua w every r
fli'ttuij; unuJ. Wa bate all Ucu deroiau 14 ooo ur
uit witliout Uia meaiia of iluuoaiiig of our aari4ua in
exchange (or other arliclct, we hiva all bcea farioatf ;
anJ no country cao pruxper under audi circuinataneea,
eicrpt whore great fertility ofaoil atxi 'eliuuta.ara
umtAl to ei) ineuua of lrtiiporlauoii, aciiLtr of w Inch
iSofth Carolina puaaeaaea.
What then woulj uia la oa p.operoua1 That aa
liuprotemetil in our roeanaof traojiorutioa vouw add
totwrproaflrtif ! will admit,' hut tht saturw of our
Siaw u luch that uu wnproretnent can 'auflkieguy
cheapen the nnna of traiuportation to enable be to
cooipcte aucceaWully to agricultural prwJudi vtu Uta
mure faoreI portion! of our couutry ; aid thia being
theeaac, It mut le aJjuiwJ by every one, thai the
only wray4 increase oui pruapeTity, b to create a mar.
kct wrabin ouratlrea, which can ooly be cuecttd 91
divcri.ty in out purwiU, or In other word by efUh
ItahiDL' mauuf.icluree of diCurent kuiila. In orth Car
olina labor ia lower than in any other titaU in the L'n
iiii ; wr nvera anJ atrewina which are not narii,tUoon
account i4 their prrt. fall, aro well calculated for
water jkiwvr, end pnviaionaof every dsacription are
cheaa. all of which arcowential to the eucctaa of man-
ufaclurea. What thi-n a to prevent our beeoining very
properoaa if our pi-oplo will but a waked to their true
ioteu-ai ! Nothiuj. AnJ that euch would bo the caae
iuait be evident to every one from the good cflecteel
rWy produced by the .eaubllehmeiirvjf a ftw totton
Factor wa.. , ... . y .J.;
Thw AJIowui comuiuiiicatioo from the Stakoabd,
in reply to certain qtietftion erked by the Editor cl the
Caroluia GateUc, will wo doubt ioterr at cir readcra:
KuctoH, March 9, A
lrttr Sir: tin regaru io we qucaiaxia w ui vr
o!ma U Miet which you handed me to-day, about
hon "the State " Caw lot ft i'to'be fiuBhed,"aa well aatlie
...,Alri.aJv anorooriaicd and how much more will be
aw mt) v
- (1 . w..rt ..,, iha mmint till Hie meet-
(,f lJl0 nPXt Aembly. In the meantime, the
Wo,k;iicn are bumly engaged with thfrfvoond mrching
- .vnicn wrniF m ui vc.g - -
cei as well a tiic lioor oi ine iibub. nuu
lion that botidea the fhrce employed oo the Square and
Quarry, we hate ertuwna employ -d modelling Plaster
liiridimenta; wood Carvers, carving Moldings and
tapiUila of Column!"; Cbmet and Chair makers about
i nrwuw i rltoa IWucr Abuul cast iron oniamenta y
and aim that the doors and windows being made, we
have the glees aa well as the stair railing on the Square,
as well as other materials. In short tl Commissioners
haTo nofloiT a moment in forwardm? the operations of
tl - iscreat work, with which they ar
JJ j am, rar Sir,
ith which they are cnirusiea oj we
Your'
r'a respectfully.
. DAVID PATON.
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I'rom our Cheraw CorretjonJent. J
CncaAw, March 20, 1838. '.
T hivo been from homo forfoUf weeks
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, dl ri;.C(J I110of the pleasure of writing you.
vntferdav received accoflnVfrom Liverpool to
fi 2tih February, which market waa, aa it baa cou-
stntly been getting, lower einco the 1st January last,
ThuJ advicc; will make our marketa little more dull ;
ft8 sa les have been mado a t full aehigh prices since,
1 make no chauce in iny quotations. I now quote
I Cotton from 7 to ct; and, in some instanceB, a
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tlo ovor this price fut strictly prime
AVhibkev 4a to 50: Brandy 70 to 80; Corn 75;
Flour 7 ; Bacon 11 tjllj; Lard 11 to 11 J Feathera
45; Sail 3 to 3J per Sack. " " ' '
Navy has furnished to the House the information
called for,, relative to the South Sea Exploring Ex.
nedition. Tho Secretary says mo expeouion m
sneodilv sail. - The expenses up to lhe 1st ol oiarcn
,ntl in 8703.570 which added to $8S0,U71
the estimated expences lor tiro next two yeara anu
a balf, make the whole cost Si .osy.o t. une in
n.l ih store vessels nronosed in the origtna1
plan, are to bo dispensed with, which will consid-l
erably reduce the exjienccs. The whole number
of officers, includingthe scientific corps, is 84, with
salaries from $1500 to S2500 per annum. -The
Chaplain is to perform!! he duties of Historian to tho
Expedition. f ' ' N
tA Si. Virgil A, Stewart, of Murrel pamph
i ..ioi,ritv.1ndicted for larceny in Mississipi, has
found it necessary to apply for the benefit of ermr,
to be taken to Choctaw county, his Jrial will take
place on the, first of April, i Four-fifths of the poo
i.. u,t .reeeHii'hij 'hiinibii.catehpnny..Miin.
Li......t1irri.I h!ininfiletrlufiiili a.inost fiKilish
exritenie-iH, tH.W.,ciu)t'cfcs .)liovisoia to have . been
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i ll 'j country nh u.
111. i -1 Wll.l loair.
ita r! .m, m Hul rita tlH.n a
'mi u i t nur imii litt-y mav l j atflw ih.i . .iri.,. ,.,t
lOK-rvaica in iinrrij.itt ( tmoe, WMlhvr
drawn Ironi tiuhiy cf ficiiou.-J.IAi V.
1'rtjtn ike .tulTn tijlctttor,
INIT.UNAL lMl'JiOVt..'dKNr JVItCTI.NO.
A Ijro and reajx-ctablo ciiw of the citiiona
ofCailc ilI L'ijOoIv. a h I..,!, I hi ,Lu I I
-"""Jay uo i jin a SJarch, 1139, r the jm
oi utgihg iiiuu ConJrcae the oronrictv ol im
li.edialcly ciieMricMiif okcuiwimi Lt ikrneiuni
Cre BKjiiJf ro,a lUfyour Jj4 to the Port of
lkaufuit.Vi'he Rusting wm vailed to order by
Jaconiae i'lgotl, Ujjn CtuirnuiiH and Jamea .Man.
aula this....... ... f i - 1 -
tvi.ij. jM oi'jeuect i3e inovting were
liy cj4al Vy ianWa W. Uryan, Eq.
2. Wa Borrow, Ekj , t Wasuington, I
arton. then ad
reiud the iiiaeln.g, eod urired witn treat forre
lt. iijortaice Uiua natioiul jmjirwemeut, iiot
wify u ye eonnuetce of the btate, but the facilt.
tWa it would give I be General (Joveromcnt in time
of war is) IU tretisjiunaf iou of man it ions of war by
thia iulnnj cooimwiicaiion with the otore northern
Hates j owl eiprcaaed hu) couvicdoo, that lle IW
pie of the Couoiiee bordering oa the Pamlico and
Albemarle Soooda, will heartily jmu in our endea.
voors to hav thia twtional work commenced b
Hie il. Butce, without furtner delay.,
. The lollov ingentlt-wcu were aniMntod to draw
iipiutftioiiadrKl-ffwotiorta, ;and Trprirt 'hilUi'
meTing iivtiiorrow, Jamej Mamify, l$mn W,
Uryan.Joho f. Jwiea, lsae liellwi. Jam W.
lUut, Beojaniia Lorcrafl,TlOMaa Marshall, Isaac
ftaiiisey, Jouea Mace," Wallace D. Strion. A..
Canada, Ambrose Jones, and Elijah 8. Bell. The
meeting waa Inca adjourned until to-morrow . 4
o'clock, V. hi. ' '
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: um March, 1839.
, rurruant to adjournment meetinir of the Citi.
w vancret fjountf,"waa field at the Court
liouae thia day. The cha.rmaa called the rneet-
a W-i .
f ta order, and the committee appointed to draw
op p, memorial to Congress, then reported aaid
Bieniortal, which was uoaoioiooajy adopted.
. The following resolutions were then read and
adopted ,
RetoW, That the Memorial to Conereaa shall
be signed by the Chairman and Secretary and one
copy forwarded to the ttenalor from thia State-
em! one copy to our Representative in Coufrew
rum tnia iriatrict.
The meeting wsj then adjourned, aine die.
JACONIAS riGOTT, Chairman.
James Makhey, Secretary.
7V the Honorable, Ike Senate and IIouh of tit p.
rtKiitaltvu ol We LnUtd bla'.ci, i Congress
, aseniUd, Ike following memorial of tht citi
tens of Carteret Cunty respectfully skevetk ;
'.That your .Memorialists are deeply impressed
with the necessity and importance of improving the
navigation, of Core Sound, froiri Harbour Island io
the Port of Beaufort, for the reasona hereafter sta
ted in this, Memorial. The operations for deepen
in? the Swash at Ocracoke: aDcr thaeinnnrlilure
of vast sums of money, havo been abandoned, and
the navigation at tbl Port la (tow worse than it
was before the attempt waa niaae-oy me u. a.
Enirineera to ImrrorO it- It as therrfoie evident
thai tho Fort of Beaufort must become the princU
pal outlct for all the produce brought down the
nvera emptying ' into Albemarle and. Pamlico
Sounds.' 1 ho Port of Beaufort bavins a bar with
3 leet water, and a rapacious harbor where more
than five hundred vessels can be moored in safety,
during our most violent autumnal gales, oflbrs ad
vantages not ooeessed by any other seaport inihe
eastern part of thia State. The largest merchant
t . ft.- :r : . -;- -r i-
vessels can ue ai aea, aim uiscnarge uicir punta in
lera than one boar. A few email aboala between Har
bour Island and lleaaforb reouire to be deepened, so as
to enable loaded teesela from Newbern, Washington,
Plymouth, Cdentoo, and Llinoclh Lity, to come to thia
Port and go to sea, Without the CJtpenee aod detention
of lightering, lthaa been ascertained 'that the Josxes
austained in (lie first instance by the merchants, but ul
timately deducted front :-tha jMod.uee of '-the Tarmeny:,
the difficulties of tne navigation at Ucracoke, amount
to about live hundred tlioustnd' dollars per anouin.
which sum can be saved tolhe people of tins section of
the Bute, by the Improvement aelici'ed by your Me
morialists. It M tne opinion oi tne oiaest and most in
telligent men, residing upon the mrgin of Core Sound,
that when the shoals are deepened by dredging, that
the improvements will be permanent, or continue for a
great many years. All the eastern States which have
vessels trading to thia section of North Carolina are
deeply interested in this improvement. The numerous
disasters which occur at Ocracoke, with loss of vessels
and cargoes, are generally Known, ecpeciauy io uit- m
surance offices in our northern cities. This is truly a
nation imnrovetiienl. Congress has appropriaiea
twenty thousand dollars towards die improvement of
. . n U t . I - i m. . k. M
Uore Bonna XH. . IVBoruey una piaac um utmimii
surveys a dredge boat of great power has been built
for this work at Baltimore the lighters tocsrry ofTthe
excavated earth have been built at Beaufort, and are
wl thumfore . earnestlv solicit ConeresS4 to have
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eulod with all possible diligonai to lU completion and
your mouiorialista will ever pray.
Vom tAe National Intelligencer;
H.tiMttiM ru .nncuinAvnrV'iLi
New Yoaa March 21, 1838.
"trlinux; Fnaeketahie.) from Iverpor4rl',eb. 22,
brings us dates ihree days later, Tho Canada fever
was all over, and the best of feeling wa displayed to
..i. kia ennntrv. The American Minister, (Mr.
Stevenson.) had been presented with tlie freedom of the
citv of London, as a compliment to his country, which
J .i . ......:....l nAn.mtu nw'il.ii-litiiriir
he was under me coneuiui.imni n.iii b-
Mr Hume demanded of the British Government the!
pane's reportedfo be seized, which implicated h.m mi
the Canadian rebellion; and the answer was, no such
papers have beun iscized. f rom tne ionuncnv mere
nothing rfuiarkable.
Tha Hudson river ia open to Albany. Gen. Scott
cariie Uown io the steamboat list night.
Ti, AiPi-eoants of G. eat BnUan are as earnes for an am-
icaWe arrangeinenioiinoaroiiiieauau a.i mv u..
chants of this country, Thus the twoGoverntnents will
not find it difficult to, make an nonoraoie aim an aw lia
ble settlement
Acoitespondantof the New York American wr.tes
.i... Ti-n mill rAfinine enecic payments when IVew
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YorK oe. una limy uv " o. nu iuii". -- rvi.n. I
pi,, and as Boston has been rapidly culling down its sjx POmpanies ol nrtillery under t olonu
eirculation. ; ,,' . , . 'BankheaP have been sent from Indian r '
Thew is a propwitmn irtlte.Fronch Chambers to - .itl-.-Vne wheie they nrc to take boats, and
bolLhsUve?lnhe French (lionie,, with re,unl to , h ; intffl!. pMre. Ma
children hereafter bbtn - jproeee.i ,
i ;.U"i 1 hi; No;:n!- iloxwm
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. t ..1 1,4 r,,.i ,. t j,,cf jt , 4HJf tu;nilllll
tt ti . jr.tliil I'o.'imi I Mil im. it. P. .i.i. . n
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1 "- it imw nuaiiB i ii.in. i ir mimi . m. m
deuihineiit fCtfultr rml.t.a, tn khumwo-s of which
hMdpred tolheeiiha.le a tl.s Mi.hI to u.trrrtN
Urn retreat of the Invaders ta tin Anw-fatn ile,
-miipi ua iiiuiafTii umird u, )ljdj, f (j dfl)tt
morn wiora bun. J-Tnulmg Ihitivr4 ifinmd In,
thy aitrmpted to aacape on Iho wib ai.J , and here
sncouniereo ua twe ciar'i e itmf there. Ansa.
f.gB.iiciii nui, in a, men t),s invtiUira ra foetid
St ad. I m. ? 1 11. . i a .
iri sah, wraoiy, Mtnr 04iry, atxJ Captain
an i KeWaer and McKe-i, aod aovea others, dd oo
the field, several beetuVa Ukn prtjorera, many ef whom
were aevrely wounded. The Uritiah Ue u atated te
oe two anted and twenty-elght avr!y wounded. '
. Tlie following account of thia a&ir te ttsa aaothar
quaruTt ,
littct of a letter front a g sntleman at Sarvluakv elty
. w iiku m mm viuagr, oaiee Jlarvh 3, lm
"iotf will find an account at ilia m.Mn.i,li i,
PlM in the tjanduakv Clarion. hirh
this. The towo at thia time. (H p. u k i. a atatn of
eaciiemeni a t -mail nnpsralled. A part of the officers
peion-in in the rauiot array oo Point aa Pel lee IiJ
and, have just arrived. Thry had a Uttle which lasted
three hours, when th'y were compellad to relroat with
the low of from fortv to ek'htt men tif!,l. mmtnAA
and prisoners. I waa ptrnmally acquainted with two
of the bffiettra, who left here on Saturday full K,
Thoir bodies are now stiflenmg on the anui of the (al
and. Thw battle muet give a final bhev to all Hie
bopee of the Patriots in tins quarter." float Jfew
linef. A sil-weTit (rapsrrh from CoIdnerMaitirnd an-
nounces the capture oi ihe renowned General Hutfaee.
land and a voung man of the nuis of Hpeoee, whom
they ay is bis aid decamp. He wu sent andec escort
to 1 orwnto. As aome of oar readers oiar like to know
who thai Sutherland really n, we stale for their intor-
mauon, inat ir they can recollect a Sereejot of Ma
rlnra who t few fears since Was daily seen in our pub
licstioneffice, wheie he called for papers taken by offi
cer! eUtwned at (iovernor'a Island and the Navy Yard",
the may place before them the individual in question.
He w4 a Sergeant of larinea, and deserted, taking
with him a turn of mnoey belonging to the corps.
I- . , i.a ,. ii
INDIAN DISTUR0ANCES.
We entertain aenoua fears that muh .difficulty
ia about to be eijierienced, in farrying into eiecu
lion the Treaty with the Cherokee Indians, which
provides for their removal beyond the MiseissipjH.
tve have a considerable body of tbem, it n known,
io the Sou h. western part of North Carolina, and
ao nlarming are the indiratiwis ofhoatihly among
them, that the General Goveruineul has made a
requisition upon the Executive of lha State, for a
force of VoluolffJiifsiitry. The Adjutant Gen
eral hav.lccorJTiiglv, by direction of Gov. Dudley,
issued orders to the projier Commanding Officers,
to cill out tlieir respective ICegimeots, with a
view to the immediate organization, if prarticablo.
A one or more olunteer Companies in each.
IlaUigk Register.
Cape Ftar Branch Bank.T Cashier, Mr.
Winiate, has reached ihasCity, and the Institution,
we learn, will commence operations to-morrow.-o.
t- - . . 1- . n J
PROM FLORID.V.
t'HAiLawTOX, Marcti, i r.
More Indian Murders. We learn from Capt.
Wtuld, of the achooner MaryetU Ryoo, arrived
at thia port this morning, fniin Key Biacaine.that,
on the 6ih instant, Cj; IJiuw and the head en
gineer of the steamer Alabama, left their respec
tive vessels, and went up thax rieer in a boat, about
(bur miles from I he" encampment of the forces sta
tioned in that quarter, for the purpose of gunning,
and were both killed by a party of elraggling In
diana. A negro who accompanied them made hie
escape by aculling the boat to the opposite aide of
the river, after having been wounded tw'ico.
"Aa soon aa the intelligence of the murder reach
ed the encampment, a portion of the troops were
snot in search of ihe boat, but-returned without
having aeen any thing of her. Col. Pierce ar
rived at New River on the 6th instant, with his
command, and would leave in a day or two for Fort
Dallas, on the Miami River. Courier.
Gallant Defence. tin Tuesday night laetisaye
the Tallahassee Floridian of the 3d met.)we learn
Ihe Indians made another attack upon the dwelling
of Nr. Chatlelts, about 8 miles eaat of the Ocilla.
His family were in bed and were awakened by the
iischarfioof the riflea and yell of the savages.
They attempted to force the the door, !Ir, Chatletta
allowed them to buret on a puna ana wwiwu pa
tiently until he diafinclv saw the Indian, when be
discharged a double barrelled gun at tho otiening
Ihe contents of which had such euecunai me ma-i
- I rf . . I . .L -
rauders took to flight, carrying or? their companion.
nodoubt mortally wounded. 1 he trail was tottowea
the nextd .y by a email p irty under Major Scott
McGbee, until they dmperaed in a mica nammoca.
Rjt for the callant stand made) by Mr. Chatletta, hie
dwellng would have been plundered and perhaps
burnt, but the unexpected warm receptionot the In
dians completely disconcerted them. On the night
previous, the dwelling oi mr. ieuieiu, wui ii
r .. '. i , i - J l.. .l A
same party the family being absent at the time.
LATE FROM THE ARM y.
Information has been recieved at the War De
parUueQU.rrom.Fort Jupiter, Florida, as late as the
7th March, which states, that up to thaf time, fnere
than three hundred Indiana and one hundred and
an.;...1i. nea-roea had come in. From inlor-
mat ion derived from them, it was believed that
a.- taand hts oartv were Ivinir concealed on
.kor.tin.ta nriheEverirlade. AtLiOATot nndhis
n M. etof the O hee-cho-bee : and Lo-a
L ih hi hand in the swamps of the St.
Lucie, It was reported there, that many of
the Mickasukies were making their way w .
parties of two, three and four, iwck ,o u.e
La Withlaeonche." It is evident that they will not
-in. if thev ran avoid it, their aole object
in,
8
ii... . .pi o,.t of the way of the whites, and pro-
cure the means of aubeiatance. It u betieveu
. . I .1 i
nearly all their eiltlo have nccn u..j-t
. i a s.. m , -vt - tpam at ranuiir.ui .
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left in the nation.
h t'ae Everglades, an.i u piwsi-
1.1 . K...I o...l ftwl.vlun tlllf IllfliailS IHMI
tne isi
JfrJ '.
and a coir ran t!.u 111 a;
f-ry tii -r
11 u!rf-
am AiHKraiiii are a'r
7 cn ruff, tai g
ruarcfiej from IVrt J
Lieut. Powell of tU tuty is to to crrs:a in t'
vvmmml, whf, ,;i e,8 Co. a ti, '
mg force f noarly i huivfre J psa-UJ.
LKPAKI'KD TUL4 f JPf,
h Iffk lis bad Uan L txan tM,'k . .A., i .
:. vnn, m uia ain.i-aeifti.Pi
ofUeMeUMlitKpiac.jitChuriu.
In Franklin, Mar on ComhIv.K. fl m ii,ir,k . t
February last, Mr. Jull.N A. DtJNAMi.iil
Igtd TI years, 0 months and ft da) a. , . ;
Ia this Cooaty oa the 25th mat. Mm MATTY: afrit
aort af Mr. ftebort H TrotL-alsu ner laa infant r.J
a " w -m was
drea, i . . .
Tlie Charlolle Jocky Club !Ucc, "
IVILL commence on Tuesday, lU 1st day f
f f May neit, and probably, continue Vi
week.
I ! day, a tweepstake for 3 years old, mile
heats entrance 11 half forfeit to cioee) the
evening before the race.
sd day, two mile heats. ....
JJJ dsy, 3 mile heats free for any horse.
The 2d and 3d daya the Club will furniab the'.
purte amount not yet known, but eipected te be
uu seen day. i -
The proprietor resides within a few hundred
yards of the trait, and la wetj Vreof4lo accom"
uvidste sll who may call on him with the beat,!!
country aflorJs, and on rood ternwu. He has good
large and dry atahles, aulTicienl (of the accommo
dation of 25 or SO horses.
We anticipate a very interesting week from the
number of fine horses now in training the course)
will be in first rate ordsr it is undergoing entire
alteration and repair. '
Gentlemen of the Turf and all others food of
this truly rational a muse meat, nay reasonably ex
poet a pleasing and interesting meeting.
WM. 8. NORMENT, 8ecy.
March 30, 1839. 3t
W 1 .1
The thorough-brcdIIorsc r
CHARLEY BRIMMER,
IVILL atand the ensuing Season at Lexington
' one half of hie time), and the other half at
John W. Tbomaa' atore, ten miles Soutb-oaat of
Lexington, and will be let to mares at IIS tho
Sea-ton, or 910 if paid within, the Season, 93 the
single lesp, 915 to insure a mare to be in foal, dee
when it ia ascertained, or the mare disposed of.
All casual injuries, if any should occur during thw
eeaaon, must be at the risk of owners of tht msreav
Pu and constant attention shall bo paid te thus
who patronize Charley. ' '
v DESCRimON.7'-. ' T
Chablkt BaiMMKi is seven yeara old thia
Spring, ties rly five feet three inches high, and ie
etitTgrowing, baa a fine coat of slick hair, of a
cheanut aorreL color, beautifully taaiked with just
white enough to add to hu beauty. Uia form U.
fine, his appearance gay," bia action good," hie
tamina great, his ayiutnetry beaut i(ul, hie dispoai- .
tion mild and tractable ; with all these protxipent
and requisite qualitiee to recommend him, it asj
hoped he will, merit .and receive a liberal portion
of pubhe patronage, not to ije. repented of by tnoso
who favour hint with their custom.
PEDIGREE. T
CnAaatr BtiXMea waa sired by the justly cole
brsted race hore and foal getter, Sir Charles un
questionably one of the beat sons of the renowned
Sir Archie, whose name and fame aa a racer and
1 atalion, ha yenp equal.oiLlhfljlmricaa tootioenta.
his dam was sired by the distinguished race horse
old Thaddeus, one of the beat sons or Hails Mori
wsl. he half brother of the above Sir. Archie botltL
having for their sire the imported old Diomede,
whose fame increases aa last as the wheels oi time
move. Without the blood of him, Sir Archie or
aome of their desirable stock, it is hard to Cud aV
race hone. Ilia grandum was by the distinguish
ed thorough-bred race horso Little Driver, he wae
the aire of the celebrated Bay Doe, and many oth
er fine horses, and was sired by old Bellair, ao
knowledged and recorded to be the best son of Ihe
imported horse old Medley, whoso blood is at
this time sought with great avidity by men of the)
turf. The dam of the above Sir Charlea was sired
by the imported horse Citizen, and he the grand
sir of the great Monsieur Tonson w aa got by
Pacolet in England j the dam of the above Thad
deua was also' the dam of Woodpecker, Calipso,
Contention, and Bluater.
ABEL UNDERWOOD.
March-3uVlA33. : 31
The beautiful young Horse
BUZZARD,
WILL be at Walter Burn', in Anson, Rocky
river, on Mondav the 26th, and at Dr.
Wort Vs, Saturday following, in Montgomery Co.,
Kine'a iold mine, Beaver dam, and will be let to
King a goio i . . 87.50 the sin-
maresatme i.m.-6 r-r-'".- " ... the
. i .v.. Minn in. nr Kll OUli V"
the 10th
..erv ninth day, Sunday excepteu, um,
.... 1 1 . .. :e i.ui lv
All het time will ue mane up
ir.knee or.liiili waier, tog"-"". - r-- - ,,
. ... a ntl.ie aa. iin nri viivricv. k
1. ......... r witn nrivue
. :.,.A.aa tin
at his
hle Twill not Ik, liable for ay arc,
eut'has ha,.,-, d in two years u,Xo theresent
time. . 11 . ,f
March Is ( "
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