t i : t j v i : t: t : i m t i o. ,
Sti-i:iHv, Wedueslay, Nov. i, 1K)(J.
A Temperance Convention eoni,o.eil of !)',,
gales from the several.-County uiid Auxiliary Ni
nnies, in Western North Carolina, a!--eiiil)lf:d
(he Methodist Lpixcnual I Iiufcu hi S.lilmr'
- Hmfnriwtav, Nnv. U.ii, mill was orimed by the
ch(MCH rif I). A. Ityvis.of ijaWwi V VtuUtf awl
"" Benjamin Am tin, and. Churte " W. Harris of Ca
barrus, .Secretaries. ,
The following Delegates wure appointed 10 at
lend this C'oiiKiitiuu ; ' ' A
; . ROWAN COUNT V.
Rowan C'ovnitj Temtcrance Sitcuy. Col.
Sam'l. Lemly, I). A. Djw, Rev. John J). Stbeck,
Rev. TIioimhi S. Campbell, Mr. J dm CY Palmer,.
Mr. Benjamin Frnley, Dr. Benjamin Auntie, and
Mr. William leieke. , -
, j Union "J'eniperunie (Society. Rev. Samuel
Rfrirnck, and Mr. William Walton. .
Third firrtk Ckifrck Temperance 'Society.
''Vi Robert Johnson. :A-VV'' '
... . Back , ('feck Temperance Society, Mr.. John
V" F. MCVk Io, nd Key. A . YA Lockridfg.
'dkyrm-Ttmyrfnnet Bvnttff Revr Jr 11,
Hall, Cap:. John McCdlloch, Mr. Janice Sillimsn,
Mr. William Gibson, .s 'f .:.' . A. :
. ' Unify and FrohkUi" Tttnptranre Socittp
Messrs. Samuel Marlin,-Jee Marlm, and Jesse
Kintale. -'-'". -
,-.- v' CA8A!iaU3 COUNTS ;
i, ''' Cabarrue County Temperance Society
, ' Philip A. Sirobel, Mr. John Philer, Scu.,-Mr.
f'bnrlot W. Harris, Maj. Jbzuti Cannon, and Mr.
J )hn Rodpets
k" ZKackji UTier"TmTHr0ncTocicia.iry, !.
' A.: Peiuck, Mr. Samuul Murrioii, and Dr. Cyrur
t, 'rrHiir icin icoiperunct iwcu:iy.4ann no-
binon, 0. 0.,Mr. Joseph A. . Canirooi intj Dr. "V"i
"Vi, Uait!.iii. : ', '.,..".,;
Coiu:or-l Teiiperancf fiociety.-Dt. E. R, Gib.
. ' - ihjiiti Mf J d F. Pltifer," "; " " '
Buffalo a iul Bwr Creek Ttmpcranet Society.-
fluii., pjot IJirriiij3r, Rev. John Laf Col.
tJi;firue15nridmrrtt, Mr. Muttlnas Uiirrwr, Mr.
.JuhnC. IVirnlmrdt,and Mr1. Jacob MiAulmmioer.
" "f- HtfKphiii($ Tcmptruiice Society. Abraham C.
McCreeilq.- - ''X.-1 r.-'r,. . .',' :
-' '''. i v '' ' '
Srt 'Creik Temperance Society. Mr. Jainea
P, Htjnderwn, Mr. Robert Pard, and Or. I), 'f.
Dui'mUm Culltiii Temptranct Suctety. Mt,
; A; A.'N?e)y, and Rnhert H. Mnrrwon, II. D. '
.. Vhiladelifhia and Union Temperance Saelfty,-.
.; Ritr, Angu JjU'wtoiu . v. " - .'
rt H - DAV1FT COUnfTTr ' '
-llcv. U illuiu
A, Hull, uiid .Mr. M. I. Ariiillild.
lftEUilLL COUNTY. ' , ?
iuiiI, Anmuald Allua.
1) uluiiii K.i.u aui JosepU R. ifcugtM..' '
tvneord Ttmprunee Sjckty.Mvina, Thor.
4 - - H.WIIWON COrJJJTV. "-" r
, , I Hales McUoiml.1.
? Mitiglu"Tmjxrit net' aimeijfLt r . J se
.JX, IkJIIAIU. . - "
' All maikeJ tlnu did nut attend, v
j . . : - - '
Tliq CohvontioB being thus organijsod, it was
- ii,,.-,. ....... k., m ...... .... i u.. i i t ii
On niotimi ol' A r. John- Pbifer, ol ('abarrus.
HtuJmt, That all regular u.einUirsof Temporsuce
Kii'tibe invited to sit tn tin Coin out Mi, auJ W
f Ijrticipate in tt tltliU'Wliou,
i. lu motion of I)r, Rubinstirt of Cabarru, the
, HVnventiun took Up the cutmidDraiiou of nppiHiiting
" .eomrAoiU, tu bo eiii2di2d vxclunivelv in the
' I eiiiiiBraucB-jause t. anrf.-mmn- th prvtiriele 'aiid
expiiUit)tiey)t tue measure, thu diii.v
t siTviiumtdttl awiiis Wogth by Drr Kobioson, Mr
I'ntiH'lt. Metliinittil J,.hiwi.n t LmuJi .,.t
i ic f, i uiiur, Arinlield, McCree, and, Davis.
Mr-Ptk"iiewTnnred lha8 ppuTuiimirt "ofa
- end rtieaiis by wlm.li the appointment should be
, ' nmde ani sustamed, aud report thereon ; and on
'the adopt ma uf this motion, the Pn-siJeyt appoint.
, ed the Rv. D. A. Punic k, Samuel Morrison,
and Col. Goorgu lluiuliarJl. Tbu iuriher constd
erntioa of the suhjt a wws then posip sicd uittil to-
-ine'vonrrnnon itien aui iurncd lo meet tins
, i ,. evemiig in im u tow, ai uall past Oo clots, r. ill.
, ' " T us Coiiveiitioii ac'im met, and was oteuod by
' . " Hwyer by the Rev. Jst Uuakio, of D jvioson.
' ' j . A Temp, raiitu 0 was than resd by Mr. Pe
-k, and sung by the wlmts stuii.bly t after
. which, l!ie Cooviiiiimii was,ahty addrvssud at simim
lengtli, by the Uv. Mr. Struts I and Mr. ' John
"Pinter of CssUffU;), audilie llv. J. M. Culdwell,
' V ol MecUmiuurg.. - . ... . , j v
Tha Borienietiuu. w is tlien "prohuUiiceraiiJ the
. . 1 Coiivniiiiei aii mra4 to'mcel in tha immiiii i ui 0
.- , , . - ..... : a
r----- o'clock. . - - . - - . : r : . .
c:'-' r : - '-
tTiit-asHiv JJunw.xu, 9 o'clock, . M. -
. .. , The Cuovci.tiou aomuled in tiio" Methodist
- 1 tAi,'"lml -nu"-'h acoordidg to adj .uruuieiit, am)
"'v -procseiled ! lufsiiH-si,-. :
. it... . -X fThs PieM-leirt Mr, IV Ar Ostif 'taviRg"aV"r9'
V.'",V8 D;i;,s,V wssVucceedeilJby Cajjt. Juhn
,'-.T. . AfeCulIncli, a Pidsids'i l tr. tein.
Inia was i-ikiiu up a.-M (sferrsd tii a comiitee f
Mhnia.cotiHiHiihg of M'. J dm hufcr, Rev. J. A.
H.tnKlll, jiifti (.ii. H'etTt I ,-A' tllidifl. ' .
X).i imittua of idi' R,'v. Mr. Puiikk, thii Vmm-l-til
pro. Uui.tu'oteedsJ t -pijut s cnniu.iitod of
t ttires, lu lecene the r. pfrts of all tho t.tm:c;il
d tjictsnntHHtCjfd.. VttUl tt:U . riot-.tMy tsn..- y, hrn
111!! I ! 11 1. U II. oil ll.uicoii.
I his r.iiiitio'ieo wn composed of R, Jhn 1 1.
. icuck,,Ri;v. TiipausS. CempbaW, ami ih Kcv.
iniirip-lrttiHtr-i r----r 7""
f "ti Ci;iiiiit!eo to wliom- wris rirf 1.xke.-ul
nfTtTtrrtigsjircwT Agt-nl,-iiiaki. a report
-Lik; w-n wi renJ. considered uu I accepted;
and, OH "tKW'ier Cuiisideratioii rl the 1',c.irt,' the
''- - Canrii.Ni was 9 Jt!iv4i-t U Dr. KobiusiHt, Mes'sisu
C 'iipis-tl, PoiHck, jjk-lwck; Juhtuteii of Meckuii
... -tair, mid c liiei. " " A .".; .
, . - , iu voovamjiKi iue ajrMJ to b.u a
' ' awlil 3 oVUt k. . . .S ,
" "" : - i. T - " , ;-
Tu,slt,2 o,tHk,, P. M.
Tim CMivetitimi ujiiiin nnnu,bled ami (iro.-Ve.k J
husmesH, Capl..J ilm MeCuIlw b still i.ii,liii..
, l..:.l..... :m : . " . "
u I roi'iuit pro, letn.
. The tullowing lt;.urt of ilia j.mriiitlcx, i t re
idiioii io int appoiuimeHt id a spts-if A"eiii,
jsjsm taseo p, ixwiiidi ret, and sd. iiii-d. . t
Tne (V.mmKtee to" devue ws and means
ersrtTrtW? fjserul a I cuipeiance Aawit
the State of -Norh Carolina, ami (r hi support
beg leave to report, llial they have pivwii the
jerl such consideration hs their limited lime would
null, iid recommend lie adoption of the folloWg ,
iiii resolutions, viz.:
tt TT U,,JarA. Tlmt roinniillnc lif Hi VI-n bf" 8I)!Kllllt-
fd in hliliury and iu vu;itnty ', lo nliii:h CiHiiiiiit?e.
Ui itP'ilMuniit nf an AJit J; nlri;stfl Hh
irructMintTKoS otii Jili;fMitly, and iinilirdialaly ff
im'Ii an Ai'rnl, and n. M it ha bu'-i HKCCftaiwd -,
lliiil'ibii uiiniia ul bia uinrt bll ba UfH icuriir
to "iije hii servicp ami direct hia opfratiiiu'
, '2. lit mined, Tliat all Uie Temperance Societiif
rejwfaetiiyj in Una Convention, lie vquesli-d to hold
pecial nicciinna, bL-tcn Uiia and the lxlof iluyJ""
nary next, (Kertain whot amount uuy be (Jcpomlfd
Umnfiom llicm renpectivvl) tuwardsauHininingtlie pri
rKwd Aijttnl, and report the miiib aa n an piacticxr
ble, to J. A. Davis, Cbairnmu of tint Standnif Coa
mittoft. , .
8. Rftiditd, Tlmt tboafjreiiaid inmiltee be further
nmtructed to corrBoid with. Titupcnnce SiiiitH?a
oo.reprent"?d in thie behind outatn UiPtf 0-ora
lion in the object of the (Aifivenlion ;! and ilicn ilb
the view of wcuring another Coverilion al nucb time
and plce, as t)ie Coinuiittce aliall agree op0. -. : ,
h. Alt 01 winch ta respecltuliy reKrieri.
jV ,, ; DAMRL A. PKNICK, v
Upon ttie adoption of the abovd Rport, the
Preaident pro. (em. (under (lie first resolution) up- ,
pointed on tliia coiniiittloe, vii : I
n . t . mi'i3 m...:
' ir. If. A. l1 If iuninuaii.
Rev. JOHN 'D. SCHECK,
Rev. THOMAS 8. CAMPBKLL,
Rev. 8TKPI1EN FR0N IT3, .
Col. 8 A M UEL LE M LY, , ,
Mr. JOHN C. PAI.MKR,
ilt MS JAM13L .f&AU;r
The following Report on ihc'Licente hut of
Nortk Carolina vai pretentedt and adopted i
i'jie Cnintnitiee BniKdnted on the auhiect of the
License Lmr of Nort h t-erolina, would rcsipoetrul.
fy Nibinit the following Preamble and Resolution.
. 1 be evil Vrowmif out ot thu retail ol ariieul
spirit, have long engaged the attention, and awa-
katicd the regrets of Lie benevolent in all coun
tries, where ;be practice bus prevailed. ,1 ,
I h eiiactuieut atul continuance ot aucn a Uiw,
ha been regarded by many a a striking anomaly
in a a v stem o well adapted, when property admiiH
iatered, to promoto the lmiiineaa uf the wlwlflu-
people, n thu law of tlii State generally are
I bat aucu a Lmw alioiiM have remained o khs
the Butoa of the Uuimi, and i poruap more sur
prising tbati that it shtiiild ever have paswoil la
either countryr ' Tba Legislature of a few df the
States ot this Vjmon, have wwoly and nobly rs-
Hi ouded bi the wtaUcaol-llte Ucusvolont.and yit-hl.
4tntt)ennlllWw'erIul appeaT in'iiTu to their
ayuifiathios, by the scenes of wretcueduess pro
d aciai by 4 bis' sy stem, ha vo re pea led ttia License
Liw, and thus delivered their States from tlie evils
1 Jlf. iiCiitucitti ellocU 4f -auctt JLgsbiUott, U
hulir.ved, are clearly scon, and sensibly folt already
in thoise. oiub's. This Committee cannot believe
thul. tljs wmmd-sense of (1m people of this Sil,
will allow tlmin lu linger behind in this noble re
eiitcrprisitig in every ottior Hjieciea of improve-
Imwu. ,T jV 4Uvo Ittoro aw various tUmgSotu Uia
law itself betraying a consciousness on the pari tf
the Legixlature passing it, that such a law was
logalwmg a system- iniqiiituus in its .character, '
and most mischievous in its tendency,
la this lielit e regard Jha, prohibition in rela
!i!a.iVw1 spiwi to ala4 lVfcf af-f
ii(!iit spirit to destroy the value 1 slave, awl to
mnke tbeiu dungeroua to tlie community, is fully
recognized by such a prohibition!' No one can
deny that the ellect of spirits, is ulwlautiully the
same on all parsons, and the law as it stands has
ilia lPucs of protectittg sja'ves.a atticleof
projierly, while the templuUon may be held out to
Ibe muster aod bis sons to destroy themselves,
The Legislature seems again to have indicated
land mischievous. In f irbiddina the..aaUi..u atdufll,.;
1.1.1, II v.ll.vim.l VI ... .m"ip " -
! ... irfust-tfi-jfis-i t-t.,':-ji;.-?f,A"i"';,::,.fiM
prohibition iu rcbyoa lo Davidson College within
two miles." , . ', .
We greatly rejoice that the Legialalure has
been ai Careful to protoct the young mtn of
those liwtitutioii, from, the blighting intlueuce of
the spirit-seller, and- can oidy reretlkisl'ifie
yHithjlihe whole JtejjMitoiljjrjJil
"by the getiurul extension ol such wholesome lo s.
4tslulge tlie beliet, tli:it vsiien the altenlion
of our fallow citizen ahall be distinctly turned to
this system and its evils, they wilt not rest satisfied
under them, and that a voice will proceed from the
mass of the people, before which the license law
must give way. - In accordance with these views,
we recommend the edopliou of tlie following reso
lutions. " .- -.
1. Uc$ntlrA, Thst ihe' IjiWOflfortli Carolina, au
thohzfiig the Comity Courts of this Slate to isruo li
cense to retail spintou luiitiirs, creates a miSlic nui
sance; and bruit's cur?1 ukui tho Comniun y9 ,
& K-milvea, 1 !ml llio Itotnl Uw is the; Iniiifiil
mirre of rraurii.m, driim', dis-ss ami ilesili) (rKK AT.
UI MLI(E.wra IU1. AWUU.vrOl 'TAAATiON,
miiHiili; tho nutabcri.r widuwa tnd orphs'i anj en
Uil povor'y sad iiilsef'y pit many disconsolate wivtj,
awt helpless children. i;N,s. v ' ; 1 '
JbsetsssVThaV the ljt!ii?irrc h recpoiHllte f.r
a gresi pnnioa oi uie evil tvn cu !liw rrom lbs liceose
tem, so lonj ts such law ta m nrnttcd to remain uo-
PHILIP A. S I'ROBEL,
d Rev.' Thomaa S. CauiiCcrl oUured the following
Hesolutiou, whicli waa adoi(ed, v zi .-
Rmoltfd, That ive cordially and tnily appr'A'O of the
on;h Oarolins Tunmrtieo Advocate, putitinhcd at
1 Cu! uuilaa, aa au ablsvand well es)iliip'ed Ajennf th
" ?irptrIlCi5 rcUMtn, anil earm-fUV
reioimnend it Io
tho 'reinptrai.ee Kucirlie iu this , its U', and iwpecially
tin reprusulited UI llM ('onveuthNl. t
Jjl-f"!'! St ntK.i,.il -ibA fuiWMiy'
ReMdoiMNt, wlnrh was adoptplt,' viI w" ?7"'-'
.... lUuli wsi we earnerHy rccisiimenirlffTia'tti
Triiiueisneo Ssrieties of the Stale, to promote as -tar
as pataibltf, Ihe'eircotatHsi 'uf tliy'aniiiisl Report for",
1S1!, amt the MoiilhTy Journal ot tlm Ameficau Teui- .'
L'ieriH-.o Union; ' ,' - . .- , ,
-'Ilic Vo'nuHHee or Arrangement announced the
appoinimciit of Dr. Robinson, ami Rev. D. A. Pe.
nick uf Cabarrus, and Mr. A. II. .Caldwell gf
MuckUmlsirg, to address the Convention apd citi
tens thisevetimp, at half pant six o'clock. . i -.On
molimi if Rev. P, A. Slrol-el, the President
Mr. 1). A. Davis, and tho Secretary Benjamin
Aitit-and Col. Samuel Lemly were appointed a
Committee, to preparo the miuotes of tins Con.
vihiiissi for Publication, ami reonost the Solisburv,
ami other pnprs friendly Jo the cause of Tcmjiei
am-e to puuiisn ine same. - - .
hu ' '
D. A. DAVIS.. ) Committee f
tfMl KL LHMLY. Publication.
. Ou motion of Mr. Lxkridge, the Cnioi.tioo
adjourned to meet in this -House, at hull past su
o'cUk, P. M. , "
Tin uhi,a Evr-MNU, half paat 6 o'clock.
The Convention ag tin ussembled in the presence
"if a largo aut!uic.!, and after tmidng a part -f tlm
addre-wd by.J)r. Jtobiiisfin, andMr.,
IVuick Vf taba'rriis,'aiid" i'ollowed by Mr, A. .U.
Caldwell of Mecklenlmrg, who waa al listened
to by the audience, with a deep and thrilling inter-
et: Aftr which, the Convention proceeueu to
finish the biisiiiuai fur which they had beeii'coa,
ventu ; a ml, ou motion of Mr. Peiiick, the follow
jngjesohition waa offered, and adopted;..
It r I . l . . ...n Inun Ma.'ll ffMin(V mnffl.
kenu-d in tbia Convention, be appointed to collect m-
furmutiou in relata to tlie amount or laxe linponeu
upon the peopfr, ariwag from the al aod use of ardent
spirit, and rep tlie result to tba Cbtiwiaa ol lb
Maiwinjlomuuiuse or anven.
Mr. JOHN PHIFER,of Cabarrun,
" BENJAMIN AUSTIN, of Rowan, V
PAML'Elfc R. BELL, of Iredell,
JOHN M.CALDWELL, of Mecklenburg,
THOMA Mc.NEKLY, ol Davie,
X"IU "u'jtlc of Information. --motion
of the Rev. A. Y. Lockridge of
Rowan, the thank of (he Convention were tender.
ed o theCitifl n of Salisbury for their kinduee
and attention during the aessfon, and to th& Mutbo
dnl Society, for the use of their Church. . -
The benediction wa then pronwincea by tne
Rev. T. 8. Campbell of Salisbury, and the Con.
veiition adjourned tine die. 1 . ' ;,t
, l. A. IM v i?, viiairmaa. -
-fikATiirTiimar,. ' t
CUIBLE W. HiKSIS, I
The Committee to whom was refemd-the sta
tistic of the Temperance Societies represented in
the Conventions- and whose duty it was mane to
prepare -for publicMtonnsTTiTroriTie sjto and
prospects of the Temperance cause in ourbounds,
would say, Jat they nave only been able to col
lect information from a smalt district in Western
North Carolina, -included io the counties of Cabar
rus, Mecklenburg, Iredell, Davie and Rowan ; nml
that they have no Information from the cauhe in
the State generally. We are sorry that our infor
mation is not more definite and satisfactory. Tba
opinion is entertained" by many of our Opponents
that the cause is lancuishinjr in the Stale, and will
tins tipioiou is well founded.. It. it were, tlie
friends oftlie caumiglit iniMitn, aud Us enemies
triumph. ' Ve are .well aatishuu that a cause io
truly philanthropic and God like io. its chat acter,
wiU 4Ui(u4il 4f mtnpK'awl i-ve thousand from
ruiu, though it may, in some places, (or a time,
.nppeat la iangulsli. We-anr also JiappyioJfSay,
that within tba bounds marked by -Tlie Sdeietu;s
ally progressing. I here are 11 bocietios repre.
Kffildd tn" fhsj CoiiveiiUohy'tin vihg "Tii" theiii 3599"
white members, and 240 colored ; making in all
aS3U. Iu some neighborhoods distilling and re
tailing anr ahaudoned fw& "tt"um tlmn- liro
(kirdt. Jieard fronu-Uie .cause is reported, .uiita.,
'MMhi luie M lasjIysisisVMeijjhWtosiIiMw fcpw4ed
laneuttning, , l ae nrni oi uieso oocioiies was
formed J.inrn2J), t Bothany Church; predeR'
county, N. C. ; and tb second, May, 120, at
Poplar Tent, Cabarrus counlv, N. C. 1 he urg
es,! is ai Rocky River, Cabarrus ; having 400
white arid 150 colored members; and the smallest
t is worthy of remark concerning this, that it em
braces only the members of one family, consisting
of the lather, children, and grand children. Let
the friends of the cause only remain" united and
zealous, and its influence will yet extend into, eve
ry recess of drunkenness iu the otutu, and lead the
victims of -the enemy "into the waysj of soberness
and truth, where peace abounds, and the Genius of 1
Temperance sheds his mud, cheerm
It' SCHECK, VCoinmitlpe. !
From the Sew York Iter ltd.
"ARRivxi: of ran ckEA f western.
Tliat splendid steam packet, the Greek Wes
tern, arriyot about ten o'clock on Saturduy eve-
ujilXi.Novi-d, bringing us LoniLin dales to Oct.
WSih, inclusive. Uur active commmlors, Hubert
Martin, boarded liar au hour bef re any of ihe
Wiilf gtrTleufrr7anin off'spt.
tloakeo and Dr. laylor, his obliging clerk, our ta
ble was heaped with English ptiers before eleven
There is no change in cotton. "
The British Q ieen Infi'England Nov. I at she
hud '.'00 berths engaged when the Western left.
The Siddons, which left Oct. 1 1, has 20 on board.
The news is of n aingularjcharacter ; nil at once
every other topic seems merged in shut of the cur
rency ; particularly as concemi tho B mk of Eng
land audits operations in Americau uuauciul at
fairs. We give below the various contradictory
statements from Iho leading London journals in re
lation Io Mr. Jaudini s negotiations there is but lit
tle douUt, however, that he has eir.cted, the toon
alluded Io, aud that the 4iotist of Baring & Co. ore
henceforth to be the agouls of the V. 8. Batik in
Eurripo. It is how said that more' than average
crop will be received. Several failures have taken
llhlp... Ill IjiiluUin and .ivhribud ' :
r L.. ,. . JT -i. .X. " i-MWum
v;.wi h'ganl to! urkey and the M'st nil is in
Confusion. Alter tho arrival of Ihe British Queen.
the mercantile men iu Lmulnn camo to the con
clusion that ihn Phil idelphia Bank would usKtud
ami tun iMew lorK tiimks hold on, aui they acted
aci"yuit'g'y. - . ,. t
ihtj.tireat tVeslero brings out 12 pniNensers,
among whom ara ths Bih;of Tpnuitj. Mj. Van
i ..,... . hi 1 n i . . . . r. .
uu.uu S..U oi .u i losiiie.,., ami lady, Ins, bxcel
..u ( .11 . i mi L
ir.. ......... ,vui.m , , niiiiuriNKii. .-ucnirer
CnllL'rCiM. Priduiuir Slu-nli.ii.1 Mr '..;.l ..I' II
r.- . - - - ... .'......iii vuiimiu vi .u.
r.-i-TnTTcTmIT"r i .r mu .CouvevanCtt
CrtucCap,. V ,naa, Lieut. Lveson, Mr.
CraikihaiA 03J regt. Dr. B. Ilsger, 6r. Roger.
Dr. T. Smith, SrKirde Pinna, Semir do Martincg,
sionx. Mrirftui Utiibauitier, and a great numberless
ladies. Slie also brinirs out some snecio from Ihe
Pwuik of Englaud.siid a genorsl cargo of dry goods,
silks Ac Tlw stiftcie is fur British eervice iu Ca
nada, and amounts to over IJ.QOO.OtK). - - -
We are glad to be enabled to state that " Mr.
Juidoo has made arrangemeou to meet ed Ihe
en-sgeinents of the V. S. Bank, and that Messrs,
Barings will be Ihe agents fw that establishment.
We may also mention that gentleman has sureee.
ded 111 getting bis list filled for a new louu of B04
uu.1 sterling lor three years, secured u Puuosyl
Vaiiia 0 per cent, stock at 01. 4 ! .
KelraorJtnarjfouiraireon tht Q-rtrn&tina
sennjirsa Kodudal threw two Urmi stones SL
l,hf id ol t he Quet-n, id ber state apartments at Wind-
,r. The affair Lad created great etnsation, but
the perpetrator had escaped. The paper talked,
uf bushing it up. - "
. The ti.ieen mn U'eii much annoyed by a man '
named. Bryan, who insisted on marrying her.
, The Queen was in eacellent health, and deal
runs of being nmrried. .
A mitner-batch-of Cobtirgt have errive d at-W tnd
sor from the continoiit the hereditary Prmc and
Prliic'ti A llxirl of Sa'xS Tourt ' llotha TV
voung gentlemen have taken up tlieir uliode in the
Cale, a circumstunca Which litis tended to revive
the report that the Queen is about lo! be married.
Prince Albert, the younger oi trie two, is nw r
py man. He is said to be a Protestant, although
bis brothers are" all Roman Catholics. ,
' The court news records a li'tl chapter tif ucci.
dents at the Royal Palace. The windows of her
majesty's private sitting room were pelted with
stones by a madman, and a cry of lire in the castle
produced the greatest alarm among the iiilmbitaiits
of Windsor. -
The ship Ayres 500 tons, has left London for
Texas with a great,, many emigrants on board.
The hereditaria! Gruud Duke of Russia, is Jo ,
marry the Priucess Mary of Hesse Darustadt.
V Lockart is tomarrv the rich MiasCoutta.
liuw riinirjie stilljiluiUoTmarryiug one oTIii
sons, tu Ihe Queen of pain.
The decision of Judge Thompson, in llif ease of
the A mjstad negroes, is ridiculed in the Loudon
paiiersA - . - -
V THE EAST. -The
harvest had generally failed throughout the
Ottoman empire, of the fine wheats in particular.
The price of grain was increasing iu the markets
of (he Black sea ' The Government had contracted
for supply "of wheat at Tagonrftg, at 244, the kit- .
ogrsmme. '' , ; .
The Curds continued to interrupt the communi.
cations between Trebismid and Tuuris, so tliat in
tercourse with Persia was at a stand. No money
consequently arrived fromSthat country, and of
course no purchases were made in the Turkish
market tor it. . - - '
DTscord rm the suhiect of armed intervention be
tweeu the Porieand Mehemet A li prevailed among
the Ambassadors of the Five Powers! ; v
THE WESTERN CAROLINIAN
-.What prevent the Buka from resuming apcoa ..
payments now! 'Exchange on England is lower
in New York than it .ha been for lea year.
specie is wauled for exportaiiofi, on the contrary
4keXliat-WtMiter4i- UrouaU bverrher- ,lat Jrip,-;
but tlie.omburrassmcntof the United Sutea Ilauk-4
prevents the resumption. - Tliat Bunk ha several
millions of post notes out, all dueand she knows
that the specie will be demanded for tberrt, the day
she resutnes, and not having the article in her
.. ..... ... -.... :r. - - -
aws- toitwet -the- eiwiiiti-sh WTsompetroa xo
hold back. Without question, the moment the
Uuitedr States Rank concludes uT resurbe, every
soNeiil BanK in the South will do likswise.
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yTewnfroaceCbsrcnfioij. A Coiivwliort, com-
I'-. '--, t. ----. " r;TV"i'7:rr"3ri':'"
oi a a igniy respeciame sou numerous ueiu
r.. ...Vi (T..... t ,k- l.u :.
gal ion, from different parts of the country, held its
ike lherJMtrf tlTemrTam5e eanserThe11
I a aa a s I . a -
jiroceeuings ; wiiyw lounu ju mis jjaoef ,
(ended siecio payment.
Sew Yijrh. The Elections in this State, so far
as heard trout, have resulted in a gain of 11 to the
The Mississippi Elections are over, but not yet
Scjcrat we cks ago, we made a few remarks on
the position of parties in tho next Congress. The
Newborn Spectator, a paper notoriously ultra-Federal
and violent in its character, look the occasion,
altogether unprovoked, in noticing our statement, to
dispute its correctness ami assail the State Rights
Republicans with unmeasured abuse, and bitter do
nunciut'um. We made a few Comments on th ar.
tide, and never thought of it again, until weHbund
iu the Spectator, of the 1st inst, the following re-
markable display o " toutid and fury." ,- - :
" We k-arn from the Salisbury Watchman that"
the Western Carolinian lias been giving our hprin
ble self u a rap over the knuckles " for our
guised alistrunt of nullification. It was less thanf
us the number ot that paer which coutsnied the
M rap ;" anlihe more so, that we have exchanged
with tt for years. As we know nothing of the na- ,
lure of what was said of vla, we cannot of course
reply or defend, and will inert ly at present say to
the Watchruau that its present Editors are quite
too new in tlieir vocation to pronounce, ex esihe-
tie. that " a niniiltllV 'H lilt) UIul' nanv would
- ;mn ,h, Carolinian in condemni.ur tlie article . .
or r..rnMl in n. nr. ...u nih.. ...1. o-i ..rVu: l:
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i A. ..miiiii. i i .ta. ..... . i .. i. . . .. . . . l . .
Ol T -hat s nnl. tfui M rJ h Wf.i
dicU currB(ll Jaj J Wni
or 8el(-rhe intrmluclion ifh. earnes of MeV
r. Rsvoer. Cherrv and Gilliam, is B-ratuitmA n
tlie part ot the VVarchinan, am) makes, sadly
against its avowed dplcoceof the disunioni. jf
mere be " no better w nigs than these gentlemen,
as ir asserts, fund we do not deny the assertion) -they
must have been convinced of the error of
Iheir millityinff doctrines, with which the Watch
man charges them, and like honest patriots-, have"
denounced them. If not, tary are im HAi
The jwiociplca of men who would rend our buud of
national union asunder at the bidding of soch un
principled poliiician as the V arch traitor " Cat,'
sous, can have nothins ia common with any well ,
intornied and houejt Whig.' , J t - '
I .t'ShntiMttwaeettd and crmTstertrJVtitjl jnoTmiTsT
tnni iwtiieii ir the union when leouarded bv ilia
aovd doctrines f South Carolina find f m't'wy.l,
iKi Spectator f r its hoi,4 st detestat
turn, we win negin to think that we
he upmions of the advii4'iri, , Ut
pedii-iicy, float by ts ss the
whisi,,,.,. ."'! f
pasMiig breeze. As lar as principle Kj,, li
low farther mortal man cannot ure u
repent our lormer ilirlaratiim, tmt .t
iher our -dHW-eottntTTin lliSl.7 ,"Ji
present unprincipled Administraiioh,-ais ,uf .
leading plunderers, : than iu thos of tlte
who fint proiiosed to "calculate tU
Union," pmpanuory to the awful devi.0Zf 11
their incipient treason j unless, as t J,j , " ,
those men have seen the error of their , !
forsaken it." , v , ? - , ? V
Now we are seriousl of the opinion &2
above, and the generul tenor of his pane, fof j
time bast, thai this man ia at least, iKiliticai;.'!
and his friends, whom his violence is jnjuri(
ry day, ought, Tor the sake of their cause 1
train his extravaganzas. lie is evidently LJ
ed with a bountiful measure of conceit iwt .
and most have a marvellous opinion ofhi,, '
versial powers, to imagine that we wouldlces!,'
M k.I,nU. auifO. im n-ol.,1.1., . ""ti
"uij u jjniai, a tht
horror he entcrtaina of that dreadful lhin
Mall, .ft I'llA f flUn I .
vu.i.'i.. in nvio wi ,ii KI1ICIB SUOVe, i j!
ral atid outrageous. . It is not only ultogot'ki
ncioni in mat ooservance oi courtesy wbick
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tiviifun nj. ivum iu myir luiercourse'liiji
lijnbiva nn iiiiiolifil in(nlnrnr.A sn.t M-
r-v - mm iioieni aa r
of malignant proscription, entkely atvarianes.:,!
(the -age and our free instituyW . Tha'ckt
against us, if true, wuuld be a heavy W, and to
false requires some notice. Our Foremaa,
timkes up the papera for mail, says that K retol
locts distinctly, sending a paper to the Spectator,
usual, of tho number thai contained our comment
on his lormer article. No man of geueroua fc
mgror correct-vrewsTWouiir tivo oiaie an-i'
charge under the circumstances. If tha mm,
waa not received as usual, it would have kaj,
charitabjn, and not imprub iblo conclutton, that t
might have miscarr ted f and ao-granrtyw je ,
the one made, should, at least, havt beea'kliL
held until there wa some ground for it WiUi.
merit, If he has not yet received the first taper,
we hojw he wlirreceivetnother of the aamtm,,
bo r, which we bav directed to be parefully wtm
tonal cnargeav- :. ' .:. ', , . ; ;
" Vlie political jwrt of lh article is chanctt
violent a,nd undisguistd, than the considerate sj
prudent portion of the party would appfuve, ji
r..iT..' .t. . r..i? 0 . . .
The former Republicans, named by the Ei,
wtio deseried tmt iriiwipleaTmayMe lioeli
pronioos as these, iu) what jegtird they art W
bv tholr iiew alli"a.1;:i :J,""T. ,f '" "" '
'12'isny'Siite Rights j&pubfioan 'nad taW'rfi.
i daring to eutertain political opinions in oppositioa
t04hu veicTit Mrhi.,.. and il ..b virSh,,
I can C0II,inue ,0'.ci wi,hibem.' Tbe aM,
' h ffin . h . , . s
! of ho lWft Wf ,tf ftwm
1 .. ,:I?id.iMi-riainnil .miw hia nolitnl
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T0l,iolliag b, , lnink fil. The Federal Wkia
hold, that the people are not competent to goven,
j boJ need the aid of caucus dictations to aired j
j them, and instead of liberty of conscience and (r
dom of opinion, they brand all who dare to iSft
from them in principle, with the infamous aaaak' I
" traitors." . ' -'
annoinmt to hn hnLI at Itu. M
i piaca on the 22ikI of last jnoi)Ui.AaiK
"'aMo ""number of Delegates were present, ad
e j ,i i i I . .i .
murr man o nunureu , w iaese,i large proportM
was turn Geergia, 2 from South Carolina, and tat
hulance from Alabanla and Florida. After u
Convention had been organized, Dr. Hoxieo Qf ,
I Hubua.'Gett, was unanimously chosen Preadeak
jpoft-wee-then mrnhrtyGetiT; tramilibblDrt-"
hitioh to the artangmnents, which be concludes
in hia? late mission to Europe, with aooie of the
great commercial houses in Liverpool and Uatmyl
lor the reception of cotton on consignment.
have only seen a notice of, Ibe report, and taoaot
sjieak further aa to its character. . It wsi adopM
by the Convention. , . 'V 5
A aeries of Resolutions offered by Col. Gaa
of Florida, were then adopted, one of the IvsoVa-..
lion is, tlfUt the Southern Bunks he inviiedtoo
cur in a gen;ral system of advancing -on ibe C
tmrop as Ihe only certaiit mean of replvoialiiaj
their tock of specie. J "- ') ' ' . -A .
An error-4fl-a aliorl article of our last week'irf
ilnriill wa unnhnpMt wfilil alni vune nUlllbrn'
the paper had been struck off. Irwteado(lDsW
oecn, lira socr. r . ,. , ,
te noticed, in the last .Watch man, an ,rtrf
from a iVkjral paper printed iu Mississippi, in
la;jna tuan articlo which appeared in this
some (Tine Inst spring. The articlew
ssjhjnut ' tif a "ft'atimnt JSTKX, Hi -'Whictl "ler j
marking the abamlonikient of 0e echeme by mnj
of it ftsmier advocatsjaud friends, we say " R
now- understood that. Mr. Clsy hae wrilka a M'
1 P'J. bandone Nat oual B
' M'PP b bimself ,nt-. J--"-
idea, and aweani that neitlier Mr. Clay, not
Ffriemll, have ever given up a Bank." 'The h'S
follow is too far oil in the wood to hftjr .
news, at au early date, and isfmoreover, evident,
not ooeof the4 knowing oiies" in lh P'1?'
consequently he is Iiablo to m;e tntstote--
ha probably not heard yet, tfte fact, that a
ber id the Way' papers' throughout the'&'U'f"!
proteniletl toabr n.loii the Bank scheme, s
Mk Clay l.imKlf, for a while. However,
afe not iu ihe habit of 'luakim'' exterlions ',!,f
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grsnl reaxoii and fnindation, we wiil giv e,r
xnfrrnraittmor 7Tu FJiiiir, anJiu wuoili
Ic.uicem, onr autlion: (or tha stalemem
T- fclluwing extract from a U.-r.er 1
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