l...lif lli-m, an I they are I
. ., , . . . . 1 ... L
t!.n Pi i 1 I
.ill V ofm lliifil fli I'l Ml "
i .ml. H) swurraus that Ins ,f eat li.fl runs
v !i tvi liiy, trcp in order, and r just as co-,i-s-t.
i.t lo jififwrm pLoiatiou UW k when lliey tun.
snr.ied Ida fraiu alone, The lacffM of our in.
lioi- fin , iti K
(..nii.int aliouM atiinuUlo hit Stfriculliiral brethren in ,ia district on Tuesday laat, and should have at
lo I .III kit exampl, aa the btbor of preparation 'erupted d--ar.riptioa of the proceedings, Vd not
is (xttliinj compared with the gr"al aavii.jj t (Totted. (), Committee of Arrangements fufnitln- U with
Whatever stiecioua arguments infuJcU bring Gr
which 'im . prf Ji.m-nl in ihair character 1 1 h
m.-.npriJ. Tbsv ot.,. (hair o nua lu ibe
facia of agee, the fu.ulrnei.t of prbecy, the .
iiice oi miracles, ana me gouu s mas o. in-
b hI best m'n who have ever l.ved. .
ta Iba rf "f a m i al up to U
K,nl dotuHi lo ,r, liny tcawpta on mrrabto ao- .
"T? P"0'"1' ,M, '-
viiq ineauuuen ami MrMJHOM ainxxa ui iiua.u- I
li'ifl, abortiva birllta of an bour. Tba human im.
. Tl. !,.. .
Movtoioou oa diviua relutiua, may
trt tha brofaninff of the II lv Uibta w
uf hnatlian WnU under Anilorkm Epipant$i or
raihor, lo tba proud Roman Emporwr, wlio look
, iha linad from Jjpiler'a aUtute.aoJactdliiaowo
Tbi cffltrHi 8urio alrikinijly deacriVa tho fol
' Jy and Biaiineiaof ancb mm . What aurpruwa ioc,
what "almnbte n,wbat fnghtww me. ia to ana a
diiiiinulivt creature, a cooli-miLle man,aUUl ray
vt (lunmariag through . fe fotble orgV,
trovert point with the Puprtme Being, opjve
that liaelhgee .bo ..ttath at the helm of ike
worio, querns wn... r..r. M.p.w..-..
dctermiiHW, appnal from hi deciamn, and even af-
... d.Jk l.-iV. ..ii4.i, r. M-t ll iI.irlrinM I
.1 A !. O - .k- -.il.
,OI ! fcl ' f I
uaiare o-yoou .pac,.v. .r ... I
. M iPlai aaMiiiM i WW Iibi niiiflraiMfi u4al I
. j .7 ' . I .. T ' . ... ;
liiea I now a a rem mou pretend, inou w no an uui a
,l-.lb Ito Supra,, lUy, .m h.o,
i beareo of baaiena CaniMii coniain l
Men of iuftJol principle ire aometime a igno
rant u they are impertinent. One of thia aort wa
nukini bimaclf merry lu a large company at Ihe
- .... ' i
that ha Could prove the prophet Of t.ie Uiriatiana
I aa na caiiea uitriatj i mimaiien, even upon ine mow
- . .. j.. . . . : i A. .1
eommof aubinct. After awakening the curioaity
(if the aompany, b tbua gratified it. Chriat aay
(hat old bottle$ are not eo alrong aa new (allu'ling
to Matt. is. l?) and therefore if now wine ia put
Mlo ofi bottlti, it will break them. Now don't ev.
pry tody know lhat old ghu U jual aiatrongaj
pew ; Ibr who aver beard that gloaa waa ttie weak
a , i m i I " . I
rr for being old T A clergyman in compaoy, who
biian rhAMfi inn iiuii ni nta wii. i.iiiiv ranravRn im
i. .... i i,
:7i. ....J I it L u II L a.. I C. . k... I
IW 'WIlN rk. .p., W1,
ki.nM,tiJwlik IT Km I In bate.
If now that
J .. . . .
' '"I"6 U'He VI. 7?. M'
mpon.,. h. - ... " ."j
trie, ev"n lu iniioay, inai uooina ui aaiiii oy wj i
, - , . . ' .r', ...l f ...
of veaaela to conuin wine." Ou wh cb aide the
l i , . ........i j j.m ...I, I
lauuuivr uf kiln uiiiubi.t im.ip1 i tvij uiuii.hii
: . . ,i . i
o conceive. We may here learn that Ihe knowl-
f .I : u.;..k ,1..
puul v ill uriaiiiM iMi.uuuKva hi wiikii ura p.. iv-
. . .. . , p 6 .
' . I
Jla minuter. ,
lurni aarwf arriimn am aaa. ana auiui i uiiiiiv bib aa a. ii i ua i
InlHolity ii not only ahocking aa to ita nature,
.1 aver ... in,ri,L aa to ii! tend-nev. Th.
following ln.tanca b a confiiriDation of it. A aor-
' . -u ,k. ..ku m. u.iu.
' - - - - ' j " j j"- - j -
it be in Greek or Englib t every body rm ..tM . ... JtJ .',... i wer- no,-, . ..., and refute: hui the reolv mi
a a . a a i w i vaa ivi v apiiiwnui -a aa)iB trv ! 'vaii.-r iav ami uiui ' r I
an oil botile u ju-t aa good and a a . . , , . j it w terrible in it effect-. General T. assumed
fljot quite, Sir, replied the other: "if . . . , ... ... '..r..i aome of the mme ociiiun. which Mr. Clav look
' a j ,i m al - a" - ... I Vicwwi a aea mwivi 'iw kvwwi u . tnjnja.yu ' " r r '
-: fc-Hn, thia object broughJJ forward, be-
fame a. great.,, adept tn tho-e principW. a. hi.
..rk:..:ir.k-:t, IiCin..- . .1
7 ' i . . ' . . . .i.. ..i
Li,tr .t.-- rt.i.L-..
u-au."a vli.to ...-..j
bo pUte. Iyuckily, be wu ao cloaely puraued,
,r. 7 . . l ui' . '
lhat be wa brought back with hi ppy to bit mas-
' , . . . .. , .-' ' , .
tor a hiuiae. who aiaminaa him before anmn aelact
friend. At fir the man was aollen, and would
Lo..., ....... hut hi ur.ed , riva a 1
r . - - .
ZT r r ' i- i. .- u i.t
reaaon for bi uifamoo behaviour, ha reaululelr
' . -u . , .. , . i
miu, a umiu imi av uiioh iai v, uiiiMwini
jty of 1 Tutor. Ute, and that after death tbWwa
. ' . . ' , , m
Liln.. Z . I TTS nr?Lf.
out you raacal, replied Mullet, " had you no fear
.r , Jj. ,, . ,. , 1.
i 7 j " . 1 TT" ' ..." ; "...
grealeat terror : why ahould I (bar the least I "
anrimrit - r Y
Mathematicians (o called,) eiist. who aay,
that they will believe nothing they cannot demon-
al rate, aa if the lightning lhat glances now out of
Ihe corner of that cloud cannot without demonstra
tion, be allowed lo eiist. either in itself, or itsjm
age in my eye. , Mathematicians I bit talk in this,
or in any similar way . however inalUmntically
lant they may be, are certaiuly, ifn rt intelloclual
ly and morally iawn, at loant troubled with mono
mania, . ''.,', .;".;
" I will boieve notb,ing,w, said a young sceptic
riding with gentUwnaQ in a coach-in. England,
'I cannot denjonstrate, 'Qo I uuikntand you
rightly birf? anid his companion, - that you believe
liothing that you cannrit 'understand and demon-
iathatt" "Acow.'T What has it on ita back.1"
Hair." ."Of whul color! Red." -And
what la lhat I " VA aWp." With what ia it
- povmd t " WikJ.'' Of what cob I W hi to."
- Do you believe so." Ye." But do you an
(LrtianJ why the cow is covered with hair,' and
lha sheep with wool; or why the one inured and
the othtr white I No.' "But did you mt
lull me that you would bnlicve nothing that you
eould not understand ! " He was silent.
All over the world ia ttte truth of thnt Scripture
verified, it ia ths fool," emphatically thi root,
-hat Haiti anii! in hia fuMrt tlmi-n ia iui fanfl f l
fitol lhat Will not believe his own sense: (hefid
thai talk about demonstration, or the need of it.'CJhoun'a remarks Ho spoke for m-arly an hour
to nutke that fhintr vhirh mnnot bt made more J and a half, using no oratorical flourish., lit argu
plain or craving after deni Euclid In prove th0j twenls were diciatod by truth, and the effects were
living Bible or moral truth. If such a thing aa consequently great lis was greeted by the cheers
. the very quintessence of folly can etist, it certain-j of hundreds aa be rlaaed.
.y Is id bi,u who js emphatically mis Foot." j 'Geo. Thompson, the Representative from this
'" (' (iittiaiUi lnunluiHfrr,
THE CALHOUN I)l.M:a AT SANDY SPRING.
M'i elttdad lla D.iir .riven lo Mr. Calhoun
the (.llowmg, winch is done in a inuch mora im
utile, ao'i, we d.iuM not, correct maimer, than u
that duty had devolved upon u.
m aill merely slate, that after the orator had
com ludnd llrir remarks, general invitation was
given to repair la I lie dumt-r labia, in pleasant
ft, distar.1, where very fine Burbacue
- J t fcf j,, wUlcU
1000 rtook. Wa havs been ore-
j, . kifMi( u,, ,,be,
f(W M tU p., on . ,r4.t ,
te ,b pr,rt;.iolw we, pred, ami aa good
or(J.;, prJmd. . V
Wt.C)mmti froondal 12 o'clock,
w eunJucted 0 b. ,l(mL U WM
oceJ ..tw UWuio. in a f..
worda, y lM Chairman f ll.a ComniitiBr, J. II.
Jw i.' . , L.- .VM
i wen atbered
,rou"d 'baiatingui.lied Senator-Peraoi.a wr
(firrv ffom t( , nhboring diatriela, cwiupoing
aBgmWy which fuf y, intelligence. and
7 v-- l "
reapectabiliiy, haa rarelv, if ever N f ire, met to
gnther in tin Dieirict. la tho midat A an atten
tive aileuce, Mr. Calhoun aroae and commenced one
of the moat kirid and powerful eflorte of' mind
which ha ever Ullen to our lot to hear, lie pre
iiiiai d that be ahould make no appeal to the pre.
judica or paaMone of hi amiience t that he ahauld
um-1. lhruttJfcaglrlui nation, and give each
. . ' .. r. i
cluili,e M reord, (l- .h of the Conatitoial
IreM0 nmtrM , lm V
. ? - - . f
V 1 -" T "7-.
' . f fl I ,J t I.. It..! II,. f.
Milutaoaaail Trea-iry merely required tU Govern-
- 9 . '
ment lo do what Law
and lha Cnualitution dVinan
ollecl ami d.aburM ita revenuea in it own
Bank, and Co
, , . . . .
Government bad been d,-
aolved, and that thia nieaaura propuaed lo make the
lie proceeded, wnb-clr and rrc,We arjurm-nt,
to prove thai the conneiinn waa aaraa, juii,
in Dfiivm inii
Um rMnurtt ant ,W'
. ... ., . ' l.l
eivawttc v Rtuc njr aa R(Tf n w vi vvr utr
. . - . - ,
Dreference of one imrtitution over amHher. and that
out. TK.i ii mmm rnrriioiinv in iia nvuMimrH
becaiiaa to aoatain itaulf asuoat attack, the Dnk
cW.1 bribe officer of (Joveroment, and member
iConnre,by eecret rneana, which no one could,
I .k. i
ajTtjr wiincnjj ur mimiw w uui lira unrxmw fjif..crinru.
mniiji.lll. kU, ,;..,.
ami aubveraive of our liwrtiea, Lecauae, in Ihe na.
lK- l.irrKr lk l.rilT I,
. e- -
interact wa directly Intarestcd in Dromotinir
heae anti rcpubltcao en.1. and would aureiry
,pn(J j,, - fliJ K ,, WA, Fci, -
, . .. i t; i i . . i ,
al in itaorgtn, andrederal inila teodnncie. Mr
. . ' , . - . .
.oiiieranu . hn oi nj, iraqiniii our
... i i i i
eminent due to lie paid in fold and ill ver only, ind
. .. . . f . . . ." .
ica..i7r iu.iivi,, uj viiikk. "nmr, uo-
. , ., . , .1 r. 1
feated tin wiae law, by requiniijr the Dank note
. - .
ot lloeton, New fork, and I hiladelpbia, to be re-
-. . . i-..u.i;.,
LV a"u ---.
hu co.iimenced thi uniuat connenon, contrary to
I al. . .... -.a ..I I ... .1.1. .
,UVU",,U , "
Mr. C, mado a few observatmna on aomo of the
I iu ug vitpniiwu iv ti.o uuv imwij. imiuufig
Xra hofThJoVlng awfcH
Cv BIld C4S &nWW" H
4 ao...,.uei..uorcoar.ot-.ugjiua ,.wt.
mlriKluced the roeaaure, in 1834. Ha approved of
ba Divorce then, but though! it prematura. Col
Produced the mwaure m the Sonata in
. . " . . , , .
1830. Mr. C then voted azauut it, kecaoae he
. .... , , m , ., . .
deemed it imprortimbcc fJuhaie. lie nropoaeil
.i w if L a . ... . . . i
" v' "1,ur -"""' - t
1'0"? " a better and more practKrable plan to aa-
mm Ihe lUrik: aolhat Gen. Gordon waa Ihe fir
man w no amugiii una meaaure into emigre, na
, j .1 . . r.i. tin -
,,,e "V" "W
"praJuced ooa currency lor l ie
Government and another for the people " nut lor
ba IinWera iid leaved fi.Mhe pepfc." He
. . . . . . r r
remarked that Una wa a preriou dofeiMion. In
1 Wh.g.acknowMgii iballhe ciiuil
currency waa Ihe Utlbat it gave "nuta" to the
office holders, and that the Bank currency, uncd
by the peopla waa nothing but -Mleaveal" j-Why
mil kl lha nnnnlai have " nnta T" 1 ha wkiira alima
" . r- r . . .
were lo blama for koemnz them on " leave."
They alone prevent them from having the full ben-
efit of the Cooaiiluliootii Treasury ; but the truth
waa, that the Whig were laboring hard tore.
serve matters, or rather to snatch the " nuls
from the Government and rive them to the Bank.
IcawMgHrnr the Government and the people the
Mr. C, concluded by a moat beautiful illustra
linn of tho diuiger of chartering a National Bank.
He int roduced ono of M wp'a fables. A woodnian
humbly polilioned the Forest lo grant him a small
piece of timber, a very small piece indeed, in order
that be might mako a. helve for bis axe. The For
est held a council, and granted (he apparently mod
erate request. The woodsman shaped and fitted
hia hiilvn, and riiturnuig. smin ftillod the . Foraal
around him. Tho aie, Mr. C remarked, was the
Bank. Give to it a charter, and you supply thf
helve, and soon lha tree of Aiyej-icau Liberty will
fall prostrate before it.. -t
Mr. Calhoun, during bis speech, whilst he de
fended the right and Ihe duly of lha Government
to una ita own Credit (Treasury Note) and specie,
in the management of ita revenuea, denied that be
waa an enemy to the Slate Bank and ihe credit
syateni; all he desired waa a salutary reform, in
dinprosable lo ll country. He would lot Banks
stand upon their own resourcea like every othen
business. ; :.
This is a very faint and imperfect outline of Mr.
I mir.mm r ika iinarai tz.m...,i i K. : oavtt mane u nDrea-iton ii flenvefea wnere mere i
I Coiif'r:Hi.)niil dmlrict. n' 'il. Ho 'n '
.iM-cially inntid, in common wtlu -hh 4" oiiar,
1 a ... I I .... ,i
. i j
hworciiM-d IhjWic tat,oim, aiiu aolno uihu
at a dintMiee. Wlin Mr. Calhoun cla In r
marUi, a fi'w voirea were hpard lo cull lur jniKr
at Thowion. TW conuiiiiu-e roado no fhjcH'l
to kia K-akinp, but invited him on the aland, and
rrquMtiwI the docoroua am-ilin of the audience,
lii l Men. Tbomnion niaile kia reinarka.
The Gen. proceeded In one of hi lieat ttT-rU,
and with all seal and induatry ttarted and iroiiited
mi ika objaxlKNia lo the IWlitutkwial Truoaury.
II, a plan waa lha cintloyniit of Htute VmU and
Sjeciol I)eKitea. Ila'dpicied many groaa, rn
poaitiofia thai bad been praetiw-d on the aol.lier
jf nor army, and attributed thuin lo lha oir ration
of the Constitutional Treasury Gen. T. frequently
alluded I) Mr. Calhoun peiaqnalliuIIa read a
portion of one of Mr. Ca. ajieoche, and a luttcr
from Condy Kaguet, to prove Mr C. an incoimia.
tenl atat'mman. Ha reiterated tho old aking, that
Col. Itenlon waa lha author of the plan now advo
cated by Mr. C. (Mr. Calhoun here aroae and re
marked, that that matter bad better be eettled thou.
Ilo turned lo Gen. T., and aaked turn the following
queationt " Sir, did not Coody Kaguct bring thia
ayatem to Waahinuton, and propo it to aevoral
gentlemen in 1SSJ?" Gea T.annwered," Yea."
Atrain. "Did not Gen. Gordon introduce thnt
plan, in tho Iluuae.in 1?31 ? " Gen. T. anawered,
" Yea."" Did I not in '31 declare in uiy place,
that if no one elie did, I ehonld under certain cir
cumatancei, deni it n,y duty taring forward thia
very ineaaurw of Divorce T The answer waa again
"Ym." MIIow4lien, a id Mr. C, can you ib.
clare Col. Deoion the author of a ayatem, in "M
which you ackooalede Gen. Gordon iiilnxluct'il
jn I S3 If " Mr. Calhoun addtd the conchinion
w hich be derived from li e iireniiaea. A minute and
diatincl detail cannot here be given of thia ;', ie
It avaa one in which lire fact of the caae, at UmM,
were clearly acknowledged and eettled
When Gen. T, cloaed, M r. Calhoun again apoko
at aome length, lie tixik Gin. 17 argument in
detail and completely demoluhcd tlieui. lie de
precated, aa much aa Gon. T. could, the iinpoai
liiMi practiaed on the aoldierv, and the evil which
had hastened by the uN-rangcment of the Iltink
and Currency, but he then brought out all the fcU
of t lie caae, and proved that all of theae horrible
IranaactiiMia look place before the CoiwlitutiiNml
TreaMjry waa io eiiatenre, under ihe General'
own Pel (lank ayotnm. If there ever wa a cane
of putting the cart before the home, thia, aaid Mr
w w. Thia waa a tren-jndora blow lo Gd...
Ta. arirumenla. aa all .nr. fiMindnd on lhoe Iran
.ction. aa U,e frutla of the Conatitutiooal Trtm.u
' b" on of l.en. T. deductiona, aixl the
wbich he Uok, were moht vividly
end lorciMy exiMMed. there never waaa more
, complete triumph of a true caue. The crowd
1 wer e'eited lo a pitch of the utmmit enthunittim.
,ta". yatcm would have met
with hill (nw aAvnnaln iKatm arul lhny I hut wrn
- - T - - -
there were aOeut. after audi a aisnal eih.b.tion of
the eflix-ta of truth.
' Jl waa indeed unfortunate for General T. and hi
cauae that he apoke on lhat day. Hi apeoch might
poiWo. hi failure wa more .ignal. Cheer, fol.
lowed every ahnft of Mr. Calhoun, and it might
have been hoped from the increased offsets of the
altercation which ensued between Mr. Calhoun and
Gen. Thimpson, dial if time had been allowed the
General himself would have confessed he wns mis
taken. He said that ho was opposed to a National
Bunk, and to the Pet Bank ys!em ; he was in fa
vor of employing Bank owned by the States; but
three or four States, however, could be enumerated
thai had such institution, which occasioned Mr.
Calhoun, in his final remArka, to say, that the Ge
neral having repudiated all other systems, as well
aa tho Pet Bank, waj atill in favor of " one of the
family of tho Pets an infant yet unborn." It was
a plan now proved to be impracticable, and worw,
if practicable, than the Pet Bank, as its tendency
was to combine both the National and State Go
vernments in alliance with the Banks, and all their
At the conclusion of the speaking the annexed
Resolutions, which had been prepared by lha Com
inittoe, were submitted and adopted by a large ma
jority of votes given. Tho actual preponderance
of the friends of the Constitutional Tieasury was
supposed to be 4 or 5 to one of its opponents ; some
estimate the niAiber greater.
The Resolutions would not have been submitted
by the CoTmnittcc, if no one elsrlrad'spoketf be
sides Mr. Calhoun.
RESOLUTIONS. j '
Whereas, the question of separfting'the f!cal op.
orations of the Government from the Banks, has
by lb riluntion of offiirt, become, and is likely to
continue, one of great interest and importance lo
the country, and which will carry with its decision
an influence for evil or for good, according aa it is
determined in favor of the Bank monopolies and
thoir adherents, or in favor of the people and their
freo institutions we deem it important and proper,
as a portion of the freemen of our Confederacy, to
declare our sentiments on this great and moment
ous question. Therefore.
Rriolted, That the union of the Government arid
the Banks, is, in its operation, unequal, unfair and
unjust ; is anti-republican in ita character and ten
dency ; hostile to State Rights, corrupting in its con
sequences, and alike dangerous to (he liberty and
free inMitutions of the country, as would be the un
ion of Church and Stale.
Rttolvtd, That it is the duty of freemen to main
tain their principle openly anq manfully, regardless
of all private and individual considerations; and we
regard it aa imperious at this time; when principles
ao important are involved, and such mighty efforts
are made lo overthrow them. ... . . .
. Retocd, That our distinguished guests, the
Hod. John C Calhoun, and our other Representa
tives who acted with him, in opposing thia unholy
union of the Banks and Government, and giving
their powerful and aealoua support to Ihe Independ
ent and Constitutional Treasury have proved them
selves the true aud faithful friends of the Constitu
tion, and Ihe rights and liberty of the people; and
lhat under such difficulties as lo entitle them to our
highest admiration and confidence. '
JOHN H. JOYCE,
Chairman of the Committee.
Tka dinner to Mr. Calhoun at Pickens on Wed-
nesday last, passed off with great order and we be-
lieve petfect good feeling. Mr. Calhoqn addressed
I L . I . ' l I- f .1
.ii in i no ocrmio in mvauacK on .ur. vuinoun , ana u
0,,. peniiln in i.l iin, common wnse ex.iunini..n i-i,
,lfl .ndi-ia-odeut Treasury .v.lCtn, aelimg forth Ha
advanlNKM. J f,,"'K u ,h" ''"U
had been urged a-ain.t it. H- dechired at the
ti.ni l.n ahould not take that occuton lo le-
a'Uian. iw. ii
fend himaelf agiiinet the buive accunution which
had been lav..l,eJ uon mm, lor ma Com .......
auealuNL and that he had no intention lo U,uk
. ,i .'i I.I Iw. In mnlnin lha Oliei-!
oilier, iii oiyvi wi 7-I -- . -
i;.m. .nd to nrove that a eeieratiou of the govern-
ment from buuks was e--.utiul lo the best iulcreiits
of the country. '
We shull not attempt to toiiow mm inn.ugu ma
......enta. It was without sophistry or mystifi-
cation perfectly plum and intelligUle.
IU was followed, by Gon. Thompson inanaxgu-
ment on the ,oher side, and inure were one or iwo
and reioinder. The dicusioa lasted from
about twVlve o'clock till near four. Al the close,
number of voicea called fol ; Gen. Whitner, who
made a sTIorl addiess, in which he announced mat
ha had yielded lo the solicitatiqna ofa large num-
Der Ol Hie ClllZeilSOl Ilia vwgliiamiiiai
um deairooa of suimortins him for Congress.
The day being far spent, and ihe patience of the
people probably very warty eusieo, no comem
ed bim!lf with a brief atatemeut of hia opinion in
fMvor of the IndeHjndent Treasury system.
It was agreed between the two candidates, that
the canvas should be conducted in fuirncss end
good temper. Alter pafloking of the refreshmenl
provided f r the occasion, tho couipany dnqiersou.
V A LUA BUB TABLE.
The followinc tab o. exhibttiiiir at a ainole view
the time of holding eluclions, the scats or' govern
ment, and the stsloil periods Air the meeting of Uie
Legmluiures, of each of the several States in the
Union, we" cut from otifl ofour exchange papers,
and oresume it will bo found correct. Thuao of
our tiubacribors who do not keep files of their pa
l)M, will do will to preserve thia talilo for future
nuureiae: north LaroU'M Standard.
TIME OF HOLDING ELECTIONS.
StaUi. Time of holding tleclmnt.
Maine, 2iid Monday in September,
N. Ilainpeliirc, 2ml Tuemiiy in March,
Vermont, 11 Tu "aiUy in Sepleuiber,
Masaachuaetts, Uud Monday in November,
n.iii j Governor aud Sehator in April,
Rliodo Wand, llcKU0DUt)VB- in Apr,i i Aug.
( onnectjrut, lt Aloniliy in April,
New Vork, lt Mon. 'I uea and Wed. in Nov.
New Jersey, 2nd Tucsilsy in October,
Pci)njliinia, 2nd Tiysday in October, .
Dei ware, 2nd Tuesday io November,
Maryland, 1st Monday in October,
Virginia, 3d Tliurmlay in April,
Norm Carolina, In July and August,
South Carolina, 2nd Monday in October,
Georgia, 1st Monday in October,
Alabama, 1st Monday in August,
Mississippi, 1st Monday In November,
ljumaiik, 1st Monday in July,
Tennessee, 1st Tiiursday in August,
Kentucky, 1st Monday in August,
Ohio, 2nd Tuerday in October,
Indians, 1st Monday in August,
Illinois, 1st Monday in Auguat,
Missouri, 1 1st Monday in August,
Michigan, 1st Monday in November,
Arkansas, 1st Mooday in November,
N. lluiiliiro, . Concord,
Tims of meeting nf
1st Wed. in Jan.
1st Vd. in Juno.
2d Thura. in Oct
1st Wed. in Jsn.
1st Wed. May, July.
Last Wed. Oct. Jan.
1st Wed. in May.
1st Tues. in Jan.
4th Tues. in Oct
1st Tues. in Dec.
IjsI Mon. in Dec.
1st Mon. in Dk.
New Vork, .
2d Mun. in Nov. bitnn.
4th Mon. in Nov.
1st Mon. in Nov. -4th
Mon. m Oct
4t.ii Mon in Nov 6iena
1st Mon. in Jan.
3d Mon. Sept bien.
Last day Dec
1st Mon. in Dec.
1st Mon. in Dec. .
1st Mon in Dec bitnn
1st Mon in Deciienn
1st Mon. in Jan.
1st .Mou. in Jan.
In our last number we published an account, ta
ken from the Charleston Mercury, of a whale boat
cnntauimg Tour Uack follows, having been met off
Lurruuck Inle,t, by thearhoouer Ostrich, Captain
r.M.is, arrived at Charleston.
Since the publication ol the article alluded to,
we have derived the following information from a
gentleman of this city. - lis slates, that on the 6th
ult. being on his way from Savannah to hia planta
tion on one of the Islands to the South wsrd of this,
in a am iU sloop, he came to anchor in Big War
saw, the wind and tide being contrary ; while there,
a boat hove in sight, and made towards his vessel.
He soon discovered that the persons on board the
boat were black men ; our informant waved bis hat
for them to come to him, they did so ; he then in
quired where they were from they said from the
South End of Cuba thai they belonged to a brig,
(the name of which is not recollected) which had
been a regular packet between New York and Cu
ba, but had been wrecked. They taid that the
Captain of the brig and passenger bad taken the
long boat the balance of the crew the jolly boat
The two other boats had made for land, but that
they wanted to get to the United States, and had
I I aWiaaraiiMl. ii T" " sstaasl lhflMlaVasTaft fl KlIMaaTI
I aajaaja aiivw vvwywai Waal 1WSI S " rTrTvT W lJlllgr-
Having lieen five day without eatinir or drinking.
and asked for food oflr informant had none of his
own with him, but obtained a little front his negroes
and gave them. A proposition was made for them
to come lo Savannah, it being the nearest port, but
they did not appear to like thia much said they
wanted 10 go to Charleston. Finally, Ihe gentle
man agreed to take them to hia house to which
they readily assented. Accordingly tbey proceeded
to the gentleman's plantation, where they were fur
nishedwith food from Sunday until Tuesday when
they made their escape.
Our informant further states, that the boat con-
lained nothing but the individuals and a quantity of
sailor a clothing enough to have clad fifteen per
sons sn axe and a hatchet be is confident that
Ihey were not Southern negroes. The dcacjriptioo
given us of the boat; correspond exactly with that
furnished by Capt. Elli
but lhat it is the same.
is, and we have mr doubt
lint tl, g, 1, ,
In Si jut. 1. 1
would hnvu brought I i.o (i II
ho not boen very nun h inJinMiod-lP r
that intuution on Tumday morning, and Lu
they were gone. Savannah (ii.) T-n.
wPrpiinv ft inn, Vll .
UH, ULM ML tillULIM
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Tiii'umoat KvtiiM), SEPTEMBER 23 i-,
Kowax Sifiaioa Covst. 'Ho Sujierlor C f
Rowan is in Session during the present week, '
Honor Judge Settle presiding. TLf duck-H B , r J
ono, and no trials, a wa can learn, of much import
Judge Settle U a boxinea Judge, tod gets ilonj , '
great samnllmos and despatch, h will
undone that can be guiatiea bi lo,s b adjourns, t
CoL Henry Gilcn, tlie Clerk of the Court Win. '
rioualy inditposrtd, and prostrated with a dianua,!
which Immay never recover, has resigned hisofib.t'
Junius Kncod lis been appointed lo fill lbs uaa l
Henry L Pinckney ha been rs-alectud U,,,j
Chsrleston. The tote stood, fir Pinckuey CIO. h,)
Lynah 573, Joa. Johnson 203, J. W. Schmidt 1U. j
We are informed by the Milltdgeville patx.4'
the Governor of Georgia has uauod orders Ckama '
a regiment of eight companies to be raised in tin 1
ern Counties ol the Stale, lor expelling Die Icdiamf. . '
Fir. New Orleans was, at the last scttunaj
fi'fctod by a gang ot iucundiary xUliina a ho havaky
the City repeatedly within a short lime. TW
tieTpt wajO'Vaade at one time, two of which
in large Tires, and heavy loss of property.
Picayuus eontsius an account of two mora atlra-'
which were not discovered until loo lata to stop ikit'
- - - - gX Ilia fl.mii. alu.rt nf an Ttnn.i.. m.
and considerable loss of property.
The People of the Southern States seeia tokJ
ving steadily, tr ough not rapidly.cn the suhpcUl
direct trade with Europe through their owe port j
meeting has been recently held in Norfolk, it vW
resolutions were sdoptnd preparatory to Ilia Cootbv'
appointed to be held there in Novembor next Fa
all appearancea lliis Convention will be numeromljk
tended by representatives from every part ot VirpJ
and from the Eastern part ot this State.
In October, it will bo borne in mind, a Conreatnl
the same character ia to be held in Augusta, ia ik,.
the States of Georgia, South Carolina, TentMSKt,
North Carolina most probably, will be represents) '
- In Novembor, s Convention for the same object at
be held in Raleigh. This Convention, it will be rx
lected, wu called by the meeting held in GreraWj
We hope Delegates will be sent from every Constj i
the State to this Convention. While all ogr aV
Stales of the South are exerting every effort tortji..
iheir trade, snd improve their condition, shall Nov
Carolina remain alone in tlie back ground regtrdls-
her situation ! Let hor stand forth, and with the rc
seize upon the presont as a propitious momeot h t
advancement of her interest, snd honor. j
Some movements on the subject of a Cooventica kin.
already taken place in Alabama; without aoakt,;
people of that State, and Mississippi loo, will act i
to act efTectnally, and in concert in this matter a il
much importance tj themselves, and tlie wbols&at
SENATORIAL TERMS. " "
With the close of the next session of Congnsjtl:
terms of hfteen United States Senators will eipin-
Of thee seven aro opposed to the Administnta,
stxare friendly to it, snd two, Messrs. TsllmadgM
New York, and Rives of Virginis, are Coaservitim
that is, neither one thing nor the other. The tem
Mr. B. Brown does not expire on the 4th March, 183
a some have supposed, but oo the 4th March, t
Mr. Strange baa five years of his time yet uriMoirs.
Th Port sd Nam.. It appears that tjtt.fy
and "thelbourt of" the kingdom ToTTfapTea are fiuTol 4
best terms with each other. The Pope lately cUia
homage, snd demanded tribute from the King of Nap
The Neapolitan minister objected to it, tud onintiii
that feudal submission vis incompatible witk the iaaV
pendenceof sovereignty, ami that kis 11 ighness, thirty
ss chief of a religion whose power pertains sot k)
things of this world, had no right to interfere witk tee
ral dominions, ...The tribute daraanded waa ttsaiasfn
thousand iollart. W suspect that the Neapolitas--vernor
will much sooner yield the homage, thai p?
Cotton Manufacture in Rutti. Tlie manu&cttf
of Cotton ia Russia, ssys a UN aeeodnt, is fcstsroiis!
encouraged by the particular favor ot the Gjvernn
a protection is extended, and every inducement a&rW
to person, to engage in it A Providence paper tut
that a gentleman from one of the first com row
bouses in St. Petersburg baa lately been in that CiiJ
making purchases of machinery. ' It may be anUc'f
tod, from these things, that Russia will soon becoas)
important market tor the sale of the raw materitl. 1
The Steam Ship Siriut lately sUrted from Enrlisi
on her first voysge to St Petersburg; it is intendeds
establish a regular, and direct intercourse betwwa a
two Countries. j t '
Equinoctial Oalet These galjas have been vtryrs-
lont off the Virainia coast; many vessels hav
driven ashore, and disabled, though we have no accoao"
of any -serious losses. u.:,-..'-.:;Xr':,w
In tlie aort and Cit nf Now York it was set?
felt,' on the nipht of the 11th instant: the atoro i
some dama ge, blowing down fifteen of the hneat nto
in the park, and a number of clumaeyi, no live W
Aa far as we bsve learned no great damage bank
experienced from its sffecta in this StttoSh f
wrecks off our coast, tliough in all probability tbed
have been some, yet to be beard of., .1 '
Long Copartnership. The artidk-s of asswiaW
the North American Trust, and Banking Compsty
ftnttned under the lata N Vnrk TUnkllT? law.) 7"
vide lhat tlie Association ahall commeocs io Jaly.
and terminate tne 1st ?iovember,2301
Very nice. An Englishman, says a N. Y. PP
lately yMted the Falls of Nisgara, snd being wksi
opinion of Ihcra replied, " very neat, 'poo booor, rfj
neat" . -.
Wo tlmik it roMT I i kia'