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POLITICAL AlTAlItf J.N Tf-NN I
H pt'i.h the L'U" 'g extract of lnr eon
fIlln ll.a al of pohl.ce io Tsnnew without
, l,,r j f tl eorreclnc-s of lb views pressr-d
though " I1' c''r
fJ ,ui be has j"',H caln.ly, and fully believes
'l be riles. W rr,ru ff'n other sources thai
s,r,js ar taking w Tenneeae. Il U beyond
puts that both tb B-uk, and Mr. Clay are oft-
...uiar thr. . .f; ' ".
ititt nf UHrr tetilUB if grniUmnn trnmUiug in
I tr j.a lw. '; v, . . . '
i J In J DO id uatii I entered Tenoeeae of th
'-itic-l xeiiemnt exiating here, particularly in
, Middle and Western part j il i ilo rising in
j KtWers CoUntiM. I hi Ut of foehnf u
(o produced by Messrs. But, and Wrr main
C tb en ide, J Jinn K- ToLRr Kact.
has been getting fp public dioner to fbtr
'.spectiv champiwS who always attend, awl malt
. a 4 M H ( I .1 ' i i
uiUflg speschce. . vr, -yi is io ma neia u eon.
Jt Governor, and though interior Io Mr,
0 hi talent, ha baa a a4 dent nor energy, and
' fTrancf. -Messrs. II and lb pri
f mI JcaiJcrt of h Wbiga in Tenneaaoe, bar
' l arrertl lular movea, ana ui awa u now
' -ief atrocity apmiturt ihom. Tbey hat becotn
icntifictl i'b Cbyt nd ZatU. and ibta la
. jllr ibaai rapiJt : Ro4 Mwre4 thai Ttntwa
U atf aevar (O (or aiiWi Tb lodr of lite
''l party bavlitf mad tliia CiIm more, lb eon.
! jfoca Io iHera iU fca irmvitabl defeat You
'.14 ba MonUhad at lb cbang going on. If
4 alaciin aa aow Io com on, il ia likely Can
voold yel bo elected, but if lb change go
(oa racctra do check, Polk will certainly sue
i It Mid tk& JuOgO 1tMiW MAv
a rtl ia (he United State Senate, with other po
ucal rtevi ihi may bo en, but ! doubt il( b
prtting oU, and, no dotU, defiretrepo. Both
k Jig and Mr BQ r aterlirg patriot, and I
aorTy to r ihern placed ia a fab poeitioev -Tba
Vbif, and Banner ar 'all paper, and
vail! gallantly, hot Clay, and tb Bank ar too
tatybey begin to a it, and ar Iryiog to re
'f tb weight by holJing out lb idea that tho
will not be aakod for, and thai Clay will b
Jtea of tb field t but lh cry t out, and it U
to Ut.-Il i"id that Fottrr, th Senator
i f!c of Grundy, haa etaked bi political lata oa
jfet Baok qaeelion, and declare that if a majority'
'jf tb aexl Legialatur ahould be opposed to lb
lUk, be will at one lrcign, and not wail to b
Miructed out. . If thia be ao, you may be amired
Uat tb present aetiioo of Congrea wilt clow Mr.
FiMier'a political career, for the Bank ia erery
j aiy teeoming more and mor' unpopular in Teo-
intce, and Clay ia physio Io the people. .
Sotth Caiouka. Tbe Legislature of tbU
Suta assembled do Monday the SOth ulu ' Ia the
Swale, the lion. P. NobI wa unanimously re
iketed President. Io the Hous the Hon. D. I
JTirJUw was unanimously re-elected Speaker.
The Messoge of Got. Butler is a short, sensible,
tod pithy document, relating w'iroly tojtbeajliira
sf the Stat. . - ' " " ' ' : ..
it meetinff of the Pirectora of the South
i Western Kail-Road Bank in Charleston, Cel. JL
Handing wa eleetod Presidont of the Institution.
We observe, with gratification, a statement in
X. York paper, that AUxander Ming, Jr. an olTi-
ter ia the Custom House, has been remoTed from'
bis station for participating in the attempts Io ere
its excitement by Canada aympathy.mecting.
Ckji. IIaibisojt has been nominated by the
'hig portion of the Rhode Island State Conven
or, u a candidate for the Presidency. , C ,
Orn. Owen of Wilmington; who lately visited
Europe to obtain a loan for the Wilmington & Ra
leigh kail-Road Company, has returned having
uccceded in elTecting his object. - .
Nat a single Steam-boat. accident has occurred
mce the safety -law went into operation. ',4-.-
Ftnt ijr Mouin. A very destructive fire oc
curred in Mobile pit the 21t uit.6 It broke out in
tba Tlieatre, and consumed it entirely j together
.with at the furniture, wardrobes, cVc-j nd several
otitct liouses near. Lose estimated at ?200,00t).
Some idea mav be formed of the vnst extent of
Nile, and amount of travel at present .CneiOliib
?1?0fofaK stated, tli.it four
thousitnd persona had arrived in Cincinnati in one
day, the Hth ult-i by the various StcambfiatB.
Late Mississippi paper say, that Tnoma$ lh
n i.7iams.of Pontotoc County, has been appointed
by tlie Governor. United Slates Senator tojll, pr?
'-. the vacancy occasioned by the resignation 01
J Wi F. Trotter., -" - "
'.Ciwoikss melon Monday last, tho Washing-
papers note the arrival of many of the members.
Ia tkn T V. II. HiLt. F.90.. ha
,n unanimmmly re-elected Secretary of State.
Vm. II. XVathingtii, without opposition, So'
of the 2d Judicial Circuit.
F. Poindexter, Solicitor General, wir"
-.wr ircy, Doucnoroi 1110 fiu
rcait, Wlout onposition.
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C'Hii.n in t it( rij- i-d Ufi,c) i fa . j t
if a (t it in ter mot l.inTy, 4 t i!-nt i(fnn
rurouitti-rrd -.'( bfinr liiim-f ff.ni, I.nr rp.,t,
as rrir.J d i i afirf pr-r, ()DU tmlfS w
brr sisjr, w f.Hjud la l slw.rt 4 fa- i bor Corn.
mtmJi t li'jht it lx , uii !rr Ikm f ik utMt sores,
la re turn fr a sij'-ly, sikJ uteorj.njly put aUiut,
and KiufwJ to Cork. AIW tskin iu M,v4
omprj..Hng sock rqIr s as lb nunhwry reeorxd,
slw s;i4 look her oVrarfue, and ejmjl.btd
lbs pssMgt to ,N'w York in sistiwe dsa.
T1 LtrrrpMil Cotton taarkst comuiued to vtsr
a fsTorsU amirarartc. .
Much icitemool M lake plao in th Country
Io eonnorne of in resignation 1 Lord Durham.
it wss ipeod thai th MtlUiurr CsMixi would
- . ciiEuojcmi . .
, Tbes people lis Ua aarly all removed, 'it
are now on th way, with lb exception of some
200 wh b taken jo lh mountaios, and rrfuw
to com io, or tnigrat on any lcro tby tils,
regard alik th authority of their tribe and of lb
Uoitad State. , Troop bar bee seat out Io cap.
ur tbem. ' . - .
- - ; TUB MOkMONS." f
Th oocouot from S scene of disturbs ore, are
of o doubtful, and contradictors character that
w ar onabt to decid bow maittr stand,-alt,
however, agree io stating that lh largtwl pttrtioe)
of th Mormon had surrendered pa aroiug th
frc of J or 3,000 mea bmojht lo bear numt
them ; th principal leader war rwiainnd as ori
soneN tt trial, eoroo etatement say that body
of them had hewn attacked by th militia and ma,
sacred ( and bet weed oo. and two hundred bad
mad Iboir ceeap aod loA th Stat.
Is again In etate of aritationv Indian to lh
.uo,w o, . iuoo-oo w- .v.. j. - (strocted to MKuir into th ipediency of so anwod.
congregated from vartou lribe,i lh fniotier j-waU Rtveno Uws, as to reduce th amount
inatigated.it iasaid by th Mexican to Call on th j of Ile'titoe, boiVl rni9 ij fM ja A
aetllementar-Geo. Uuek was preparing to dvoc,th anount of lh Aauwnt Lwufl9M.
against them with ucb lore a would ensure - toi Commit ttf, VAie BniUing$.
sucetw in attacking them. - . fTs51' '' ', Spruill, At
A lUllsj ddtrenc bas occurred loo, between the "J 9LUOaif 0 w ,'
Presideol XJen. HouMuo, and CoogreH, il!, V0
seems, has heretofore been in tb habit of deliver, j . - HOUSE OF COMMONS.
1 r. - - a.i. I
ing his message verbally V Coogreso. Thatbody,
on ita meeting appointed Committee to inform biro,
l..l iIimw MraM miiii Ia mhum mi errillMi mm.
...v7 -v., . , - . -v .-'.T
retomwd . brief meaoage -saluting tb l!;7J
Uongre ' soo aaytng tnat, nao ne sm awes res-
.' ee '.e a s a. II.
Irtcted in ins mooe, oe mo uiienueo te preseni some
important inibrmation aod uggeatioo on th af.
fair of th Country, but as it was, be should de
cline any fitrther communication than merely to en
close the report of the bead of the departments.
We notic in the M Clarioa" a proposition to
builda Cottoo Factory near Paulding, Jasper coun
ty, Mississippi, by a joint slock Company.
' - Bill Johnsoo," the fiimou - buccaneer of the
Lake, has been taken. : . , , - '
Accident. Mr. James Kendall, soo of Cob Ren-
ben Kendall of Montgomery County, wa killed,
tl U supposed, by being thrown from his horse ; eist of three on th part of the Senate, ard six on
be was found dead on the road, with appearances' the part af this House, lor lh purpose of examin
baving been Ihrowo. . : - . : . fl ing he Wilminaton and Raleigh Kail Road, and
. - - . " ! v - : that eaid Committee be instructed to report upon the
Judge Y hite, na coneenieu to resume nia sj
io lha Uoited State Senate, i his health willetuf
him to proceed to Washington, and enter ore
dutios by tho first of January next. .. . ": f
r- (cowrnjEB roosi tb utb aALtwai fak; -.
: j:."'V.;-:j:riN senate.
'. "v--;- r:"- - v.-- Monday, Ho
Mr. Biddle presented tho following rea"ion
which was read and adopted j
. Re$olved, That a message be aont to tllouse
of Commons, oroaosinff to nise a joint seF com-
mitteo on the public buildings and rebding of.
the capitol and that said committee tepVwlietU
er the amount of money already approved for
rebuilding the capitol has been judiciouf expen
A.ut ....I what amount will be further pind for
its comnlction. ''.''V ': ' . - "
. .The proposition of tho Commons loe a joint
select committee on Cherokee land, wConcurred
in- nd Messrs. Franklin. Roinhnrc'I'ovidson,
Biddle and Allison were appointed orf Mrt of
The report of the commissioner! f rebuilding
the capitol was presented, read and red to lie
upon the tablo. , ' . .' .
. - .. .... 1. . I . U M n mm
tee were instructed to enquire if , nd what
amendment to the revenue awsd" Suite are
necessary to 1 ii.flm me paliy
double tax, nna 10 proviuo ior me more cnnvciy.
ent mode of listing their taxable property, and such
other amendments as may oe unnicu useiui, so as
to secure tho faWful payment of all taxc to which
the citizen m? be liable, with as liltle inconveni
ence as pracKi?'
i.w - t I ry
Library mrmttee on the part of the Senate,
Msrg.Cson.DavldWnand Willmm of Beaufort.
HOUSE' OF. COMMONS. '
Mr Atttoa inlroduecd a Bill, founded on a Peti
tion i undry citizens of the county of Buncombe,
enllrfd "a bill to lay off and establish a County
b-iie name of Henderson.'; Said Petition and
pt were read and on motion of Mr. Paltoa J:iid
t the table. -; " - : v ' .; -.'
' Mr. Crawford submitted the lollowinff resolu-
lion," vii: M Ittmhtd, That the Committee on
the Judiciary bo instructed to enquire into the ex
pediency of enacting a ta 'prohibiting tho recnv
cry of money or a,ny other properly won upon clec
tions." ,,The said resolution was read and rejected
Mr. Stockard presented a bill lo incorporate Junto
Academy, io Orange county, which vrns read the
first time and passed. - . . -
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t) l-'i-f, .'- it I, Tt.t a r - ..
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J"""1 cMI,i..Ur If Swii.Uii Ml lU
1 Mti In irf. irJ ih mm
i Ihn l,wfi.ws S .;., rC utiflMM.Ull!
KilUsa wr stiomMod lb Comiriittc ew Ike
1 It. li,Miw, tM ll.S sul.d of the OvUt tr.il l.n;s.
0 dh-ihi v( Mr. J.t T, Mdler, IUJtJ,
TM mrswge be sm( t lbs iVnele, prop
I faias) Lnnl srtrct eooimilis of tbre OS) the
pari of Il I ( mm, to take tot eooN4ertMl lb
ldriwy utoom.ng hmilrd coparlne rbij.
l"b lluus lba went 11.10 as sl'-ctc f.f twt rs.
Ury of Sute. Wtlluirsj 11.11 tb pet4 incum
beot bstisg 00 bppiiun rrrird lh ob4e aunv
ber of votes riven, and Was doJ declared re-elected.
(a mult) v(Hr. Q. TVnwu, bs prt of
tb Uoveions msMge as rslal to the eulct of
inieroei i.prwmri, was relrrrd to b cvm.
Miiie) 00 Inieroei I mproteittflets.
7WWa. Ap. ils-U Die ll'SM a Raw!utluo
as aij-ed pr4NMof to tpwiiA J mi Commit
lee of 0 frtvni tb lloosf and I front lb Henele, to
visit ll Wiliniflglns) and RsNsh Ksd RoeJ and
to report concerning lh pnre and conditio) of
1 be asm.
Wm. II. Waihinf too of lnoir wss elected So
licitor of lb 2nd Judicial District without oppoai
. TWiiey.'.Vew. tt, 1931.
Tb omansiiioa from lb llouee. o th eulil
of limited Copartnerships, was read and ordered lo
oeepoe I be Isole.
Th orotsiettioa from the other 1Imm. lb
subject of th appointment of a '" M that
Ert of tb Uoveroor' o to
nk. wa read no,i' Kdrds,
wot eooe-r - ' . .
u .undo) of Mr. li.lU
Rttolttd, that th Committee on Finance) be in-
, . ....
Splet Whitaker, one of the mamber elect from
, the eooly of llahfai, appeared, wa qualified and
i tOOS. Of SCSI. '
at. Ilb. - .i .....
praoo.w, fniuioa irom CIIIOAn 01
nnl Mini. Ik. r . . . .
j. Ttiller, a petition on tb same aubiect, from
. e m .
:ciusa ci uuinerMed.- Keterred.
Omolioa of Mr. Hoke, th Committee on lb
Jodrtary were instructed to inauire, into tb ex.
pedocy of eeteblishing a branch of th Supreme
1 ne ester pan or lb Btal J and re
pot ov Dill or otherwise. , ,
-In motion of Mr. Dn-an.
.Rttottti, That tb committee on the Jodicisrv
b instructed to inquire kit tb expediency 0 so
iseooing id basts ro law as to render a wbita wo
ain, who shall bring forth a child by negro
ave, an incompetent witness aninst a white ner.
ri. isa toauiiject in slave to corporal punishment.
On motion of Mr. i. T. Miller. . .
. ..... . . ...
Retoletd, That a mcuage b sent to the Senate,
aoAropoain lo ra
is a jowl select Commute to coo.
comiiMon sou proerese inereoi.
On motion o Mr. Boyden,
Rttolrtd, That the Committee on the Judiciary
be instructed to inquire into the expediency of pro
vidmg by law for tb dipoitioq of infant children
in ease of divorce.
BiU$ prrtewred. By Mr, Lane, a bill to extend
th time for paying in entrf money ; by Mr. H. C.
Jones, to establish a toll bridge over th South
Yadkin river, near Haifa Mills, in Davie County s
A - I -tl . . - .If 1. .1 t. . . '
iui wm 10 esuDiisn ine isaiisDury- Aesdemy;
oy Mr. nuns, a bill to extend Jhe time fr regis
terinff erants. mesne eonvevsnces. Dowers of atmr.
ncry, bills of sale and deeds of sift t and a bill to
alter, amend, and improve the publie road from
Kutnerlordton to AshviIIe, over the Blue Ridge, by
the Hickory Nut Gap by Mr. Trollinger, a bill.
founded on petition, to establish the county of Jef
ferson out of a nart ofOranire 1 and Mr. Pemberton.
a bill founded on petition, to erect a county by 'he
Dame of Stanly, nut nf a portion of the limits of
Montgomery. , iiie bills were severally read the
tirst time. . . ;,.v-.,.if
Joint Select Committee on the tubjeci of the Che
f$mare. Messrs. Franklin, RoinharJt, Davidson,
Uiddle, Allison. , ,r - ' kl " . . ,
' House of ComtnnnM. Messrs. Siler, Borden, Me
Laurin, llowcrton, Guytlier.; , .
IN SENATE, ' -.-;;',;''
. 1 ' . Wednesday Fot. 28182$.
- On motion of Mr. M 'Diarmid, the Committee on
Military Affair were instructed to enquire into the
propriety of so amending the law as to exempt all
persons from performing military duty until they
shall have attained the age oflwenty.one years, ex
cept in cases of-tnvasion or insurrection,
win is vma v -iiivnijiwii vi luvuiiwuvut, . .
The proposi,inrl Df the Commons, lo raise n joint
committe for the purpose of visit ing and ex.
amining the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail Road,
&c, was rejected 33 to II
- On motion of Mr. Taylor, a mesmjje wns sent to
the House, proposing lo n (er to appropriate Com
mittees so much of the Governor's Message as re.
lates to the several subjects of the currency and do.
positcs of the General Government ,' the Public
Arms and a compilation of Military Tactics; Re
ports from institutions of the Stale, in which tho
Slate has a pecuniary interest to Internal Improve
ments a Topographical, Geological and Mhieralo.
gical examination aud survey Common Schools;
report of caws of conviction in criminal prosecu
tions; ami limited copartnerships.
On motion of Mr. Moore, so much of the Gov
ernor's Message n relates to the several subjects of
-aU..--til tlJ.,.ke sniUtnlhs) rt.w.1 be vf- !,, ,Ue Jf.,Jk Mso.iur.eg CWpeeejlf .Mr. ' "' uJ M !r,e l ' U " ' ?"
rerwi to lb .wrel i..tnm Ike fmiedjUwy., o rlfru..,ri,U It. rwporste' ...,.(s sj llf. IT (un;f v
Wsies, . ptsrre 1 d.p.-.ie of lb awUie fWs and Mr. Kr, M . .U A. (i. I .'.U r i ., t f r t . ,
Ge agt-LUuf Ik i.snora! ty.,trm-u1. .,1. li,..- . . r 1 ... ....,.! '.,.1 . I 1
.. It six!. Iltaxe. fjsrw. H.col. sndL. 1....- .' ..1... .l U'tL.. 1 ' "
f . 1 mijwm .1 bit Hi r. Bin. ..i.iii s hihm in.a wii I
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t t)., .,, v(Mt, M,, Mr, )m- 1 wss !-! d
f1 .1(1 t'.l Coti.i.illtve t Otefi.irS Uad.
j . in,! i,r ruMiiiiM
tf t'i;kreeuouir,tLuiU Mill m K.i.n n,r.
TUoM L.IU r seterally r4 be Drat l.roe end
psaw-d sf.J Ii. loots crd ta pnr"Til (Jx.
Oa sooliue 1 Mr. Winston, tb Comrnitie
h Jecbcery we dawbrvd fioss lh fjfik-f cm-
Jerliivfl of tks) UfAiHtft d.reriiKg lUeaa Ii so
4ir into lb tpeo.cory of giving lelal.
cow ruction to Ik sh ewti of lb Cotiitutesi,
mlaiing to lh ,'hlktMHi 0 f ri (of tb Mju
Th trmmf from lh Prints, trotiitiii. the
Report of tb (ennxijMrs apptiM-d le eni-'io-lewd
Ue re-boiUing of tb ftut Csp.ljl, and pro
pOMng that it be prioisd and rr(rr4 to lh Joint
L'.itiUe m fublie n.iU.fijta, wa received, am)
cooettrtd in, alter oral inciKJual motioa to anicod.
THE PUBLIC LIMA
Mr. I l.tl submitted (be fJlowinjr Reactions (
, Uttatui, Tkat verb of lh United Buiee, bmng
t peny to b etloosl compact, p muri a to
lereet to lb PuU.e Lands, prmrtiooed I lb fed.
er ! popoUiioa of eerb,ar, m lh terms of th rem
pad, M according to tb usual respective prwportioos
gf the gewersl cberg and ipeodileie.
CreWrssT, I feat IV we S'atr In wkoie fcrorixst.
f rs kaa owl read apprlu tf lb Public
IkMTMia, tor tb I"-t r-toeation, rentiied
to ewe b ert1'',w ' eorrewd in a foot
ryrt with Ibasf beretofur soede ia behalf of
in tb Conjree of th failed States be requested
to sirgw lb claim of lb Mist of North Carou
to ber portioa) tf I lie PuUj Ls.kIs j and that lb
same, when obtained, be applied to lb eUufc
ment and Support U Common Schools, and the pro.
mutioa aud diftuema of Education throughout the
Tbeee Reeolutioo wer ordered to Ii on tb ta
ble, and be punted.
1M UII from Ibt Serial to alter lh lime of
holding tb Couoty Court of Wilkea, wa read
tbre umee aod ordered to b tnrelUd.
. Twrkt A.cs4cf 20, 1833.
The engrossed bill from tb Commune, dim i
time for perfecting tb title to lend heretofore en
tered and paid fr, wa read tba first lime and par.
On motion td Mr. Morehead, it le rrferwl to
th Member representing the 1st, 3d, and Jrd Ju
dicial Circuits to eneuire Into the xpdieocy of al
toring th time of holding th Superior Court of
Oe motion of Mr. Taylor.
Retolnti, That tb Judicary committe be in
structed to enqmr into tb expediency of amend
ing lb existing laws, so at le allow to wilMNwr
residing ia a diflervnl county from thai to lb Court
tf e-hicb they may b summoned, a empr-niiion
for each day travel lo and from Court in addition
to lhat already allowed. ; . " .
. UQUSE OF CO MM ON a - .
Mr. Rand presented lb tnemorial (the Presi
dent and Directors of the Raleigh and .Gaston R
R. Company, ekinir the aid of tba Stat in com
ptoling their Road which was read and referred
to lb Committee on Internal Improvement, .
Mr. K. J. Lrwin presented a Resolution propo
sing to lb Senate to raiss Joint Select Commit
te of both I looses, to eoquir into the expediency
ol erecting a Penitentiary ia thi State which wis
read and adopted. , ' - ' 1 t
Mr. Carson presented a bill, founded on the
iiuoo ch many citito ol iiurk and Kutherford to
Uy off and ethiish a new county" by' th nam of
McDowell. Referred lo a Committe eomDoaed of
tbj Delegates from Burke and Rutherford. - - .
On motion of Mr. Robards, the Library Com-
mitteo were instructed to enquire into the expedi
ency of re-publishing Liwwn' History of N. Car.
Oil IIS. . : ... 4
Mr, Nye presented a Resolution, which wa re
forred to the Committee on Fioaoce, authorisinir
th J'ublie rrcasurer to receiv the notes oTepecio-
paying Danki either in South- Carolina or Virgin
ia, for all entries of binds. ' ' .. -
On motion of Mr. W. A. Blount, a messaire was
sent to the Senate proposing to raise a J-int belect
Qimmitteeon ao much of the Governor's Messnce
as relates to the securing to the citizens of this
State homesteads or freeholds. " 1
On motion of Mr. Wsddelt, a messsee was sent
to the Senate, proposing -to raise a Joint Select
Committee of iwtli Houses on ao much of the Gov
ernor's Message aa relates to the request tnn.de by
the State of Louisiana, to hold a Southern Cooveo-
tinn to adopt meane against the machinations of
Northern ranntica. - '!-,-' ...v;
On motion of Mr. Robards, a messnse was aent
to the Senate, proposing to refer so much of the
Governor Message as relates to th Vermont Ab
olition- Kesolotiom,- to- Jtnt teetect ommittee
On motion of Mr. Gilliam, the Committee on
the Judiciarv were instructed lo enquire into the
expediency of amending the existing laws, ao as ta
xcmpt growing crops irom execution, -
; in senate. y ,::
--' Vs f " (, Friday, November 30.1
Mr. Dockcry, from the Committee on Claims,
reported . adversely to petition of Christopher
ickey, ol Randolph and Robert Brown, of Lin.
coin. Concurred in. - . '
The Speaker announced to the Senate the Bp-
pnintment of the 'following Committees on the part
of tho Senate t Messrs. Ueid and Montgomery on
Enrolled Bills; Messrs. Morehead, Bpruill, Hunt.
ing, Arringtoo and Speed, on the Governor's Mes
MgeJansmittin2 a communication from Wro; H.
Haywood, Jr. ; Messrs. Wilsn,pockery, Harper,
Hill, andf Cooner, on Milila-iyABair Messrs.
Edwards, Cawoii,-Kerr, Biddle and Ribclin, on so
much of "the Governor's Message as relates to
Weights and, Measures and Messrs. Moody, Holt,
Reinlmrdt, Montgomery and Reid.oo Agriculture.
presented. By Mr. Cooper, a bill to niter
the mod.) of electing Constable in this State, ao
fur us relates to tho countv of Martin. (Vest tire
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Ik f.l.t 4I t. l!.V, (. ,r'!. l'( 1 1
rK't J iMSCI ItKIATINti TO A?:'fJj;
On ti.4io, il.e vnie if jc.in !., Ij b t
fwiaie eaa rq KHiirJ la rorjrttfl il fa. ,f
Cofutiiiiiee on aa enx h tf i'c (j'' rfri.,f' Mc,
SS rtUlit I'l l) V(n.( ftr.,,i.. iiiiri 1 1
t lrrrd. Tle urijial R..luinrfi, iiitn. ' ,' , s t ,
Mr. Kubarfa, Um' brfi-re Ids II u-, fit
1 auim nwTM iiuii ,i iia mi , ift: ii itnt i
rej'Oed Yeas 7, Nsye 105, On .iw.Im.h i f : r
A in it, Hie l(i-.Juii'wi was thru inJ. lu.ii. j f .
wed Test 97. .Naye .
.Wq i. ..-'.'i Mr. Craefnd tn--d (U f " .
in Uw.IijImxi i
ilttutrtd, Tkat bi l'.nnt ' iwy, !j, I-..ly, I'
requtrd to (i.feard lo bit Kicy. the tJ'.eroor
,fm.nl, a tommun'f aii4i u-n tli mly-i I f th
Koiu(kim transmitled to mm Kn the tu t- t .
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' Mr. W. P. Will.ame Biovt J to um;uJ l y t,! ,.
lutinf tl ng
"'I bat the In'-erfi -re i.c of the Ij',. !!,.. if
VrmNit with tls aut'et of a!jr ry, st crminj i.
ceted I ue n our Governor's Sfeg it rt t
assault on Southern i(hla, and dcrea c
temptuous aed uidinaul kUA from tins It ' t."
rending lh fliotti, Mr. Jjitue rooted that i! n
Reu!ulni be postpimed lodcGiutelc, whn.Ii e
csrriid Virat ?, N'sjs 34.
lti protiti's from the Senate that Tl ur !iy
the 13th of IkrcemUir be ertspert for the Sj't.i -!
t ol Jaaiices of lb iVsco; wal cirurrr. in.
Th Commute were tlao diacbareed frotr. Le
Rrwululioa liurffiKliii them lo Inq nre mil ' t .
pediftiry of authorising the County Courts t C
ere a a. ile of hod held by t'naute ia Coirm n.
Mr. Winatoo, from the same Coinmiit, tr y.tu
d bill to amend the 3fth section oi the l;- !
Statutes, eutitWd an Act concerning the Court of
Justic, Prsctice, Pleaa and Proct which vt
read the first lim and pesaed.
Tb bill M incorporate th Cap Fear an I Wr.
ter Steam B-iel Company was reported h!i sun.
dry amendments, which were concurred in, isnl
the bill was then ordered to It on the lallo.
The bill to tocorporai tho YaJkin Mamif.n-tur.
ing Comay, wa reported, auicn Jrd, and oricd
to be laid ou the table. , ,
' Saturday, Decttih,
IW ar Compelled to omit the proceedma of
to-day, io detail, but aulijian th mnt inirrt-tni'
ilenwi In lh Senate, oo motion o Mr. ttillunn,
of Beaufort, the Committee oa I'duratiun wt-ro in
atructel to enquire into th eipediuncy of ifial.
liahing Fre Schools in every county. Tho pro.
position from tb other House lo appoint n Coin.
nu I toe, to euquir into the exigency tffUhhHU
ing a Penitentiary, was agreed to, ,
la the Commons, considers hie lime h.ii ,.. -nt j;)
discusning th Abolition cfniiiuuicatiu fi-:n ' f.
moot, which cam up, on a motion of Mr. II -ko t j
reconsi ler lh vote of yetcrrly, wh-reby th- m .!
jret was indefinitely ptpoiH d. ,M"rs. 1 1 . k
and Pain proposed suMitutes, (hu h h I-i iv-
en hereafter,) and fiimlly, on .Mr. trav !.,nl s mo.
lion, the whole subject wss rcfrrrtd to a n- ' t
Committee to report oo, cHwiting of ,k-r7. Rob- .
ards, link, Psin and (V.dwell, -
The bill to establish I new County, bv tl d r,.-i;i,o
of Hciidereort, wtii raw ! lo its second rca.!..., bv
tot of lS to 87, after dt lte in I.il!i A'c.-ia.
Patlonand Briltaio ably sdv.xaled.sud Mr. Faison
AhMyiwI .h. Utt J? il
from tur Fy'-'" ''" t'orrtnyunutnce l
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Gsnti.xjiks : The rua of ac;nis in, and qniatity
of produce. 'Ait we, is fully ennal lo, if not more lino
any week during Iks prewent fall. W'e nutici aah of
Corn from 73 H(k ot which a otifiilernhly quantity .
I.. a .m. in I i.iMri I... n.rTiB in lr.l.t IV. aliil mt Id.
vance of 6 a 10 cents on the article: we notice )e ,
for the last two or three days at t 41. Mour is dull i
conies io in conmdi'ralile quantities prices fiotn was
roiia, (inKpcctixl.) kH a 7 &0. iiadm and lard K', -
sales tniay at thons prices. SI-s of Cot too at front
tj a 10, as extrem.e of pricos tins week. Wheat -1
I'di K!i- im itvntir:ni? in nrira i we a lint a SlI
for food sacks ; emine, per busbel, 73 a out futo, 00.. . -Our
market affords a -nod supply of excellent Boef, .
Pork. 4u : snd is alw furnished with an abundance of '
Turmpa, I'oUtoes, Apples, die., of the beat qnalitioa.
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Arrivea OU ounoa last, eieaincr vviiua i inui. auu
kmta in tn.wiikfreiirht lis sundrv persons: bas since "
lnru.Hit ir VVilmimrkm Abavon Tuesdav last, steam.
er Henrietta, with butt in tow, with dry good, jrroce- .
lies, Yc, lor merchant, hnr snd io the count ry ; surang -
atliirk aa nntrm. J. &. W. Murnll. Kev. T. I'wirnuin..
David Fraley, J. Dorset! it &m, U. ftcitihardt, M. ,
tl. 'P I rv..n 1 kt llnb. Itr.rr.mvn Al C.iili- ,
mr .nil J lVlnim.fl Al fVl . ' . .
ui wwu. . . www. . . mm. ww.i - - - " w ...
dey, and Nelson on Friday; having Cotton, Flour, Cot- ,
Dieamer iienneiua ion tor , ihhiuli.uii wi. bjuc. ,
inn Yarn, wnnat- i i.iwm. eue.. iir mercjianiM iinra.
The Governor e Message is the engrossing tupiq or
conversaUon at proseut. - , ,
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R ESP J5CTFULLY inform theircnutouiirsftnd fi lends
in (reneral, lhat Uiey have juwt received tiid uj- ,
ply of FALL &, WINTER COOIM, compriBinjr aI-
mn mwrm .Hi la niuiallv klMlt ill lllll. WCtklll of I'Ollll- "
trv. which the offer noon llie usual terma, thesp lor
Cash, or t punctual dealers unun a credit of twelve T '
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OaoOUISi ittt receiveo Cllo:uo initiiiH. vi u rai
Wei AnVct lioVUn CcWs, '
".''" with a good supply of
- 'iihi-.jwj-s a-;:.:t:j.:..if
all or which they wiiratrpae oi um u. uv.iki iavr, '
bl terms. C & tt tender theirtliunks to their frienda
and customers, and bope by strict attention to buniaows -
to merit a ontimionee nt the same,
Sslisbury, Dec. 1, 108. tf