North Carolina Newspapers

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Their place ' mili be fey .asc; tvc, if f
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tomer. Ie pnfciul its r it-:
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tfWprrxatnri mor rxra:' iV.ir U" af ''', " l-ntrral .4j.Uj.ci r
vmiUe, u.l if T'U i!J S- j c K'f'ftfeBf, Twl h IUf.1 f Tmbm. tha
bik! m8n,RHtie t f.t !- tt ;ur i B.r.h, tr . rtintir r!,lj, lli IV"
" ,Ith ,ufb pr-w o4 t i VniU Bu.k f Mf ti .Lis, tnd l! oilr
n.i(ri tht-y UnM toc iti J j-j r g war , "m Tenr-.MH, u! all la braf:che, are tetri r
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Aa-'Urr A-icd i-.e '- la ! nnttd to im"f. I-"
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of. M i ot a i3 r-r el ty m(fa a Hi am time. Aop,
, ' CditiK. qu .r, Fraui -tti.tekwf-rtswt"' ? t-"1
ly duccterril Wt t!ie f-r k4 j. 'Hi J' 6f!, i.. -
lU ptrirt. -IV apatiiaMl by fi Ff TraJrtj; 1 '
19 have w tl coia mmi nfwasiw co ; Tf ikrnr 3 mrrrai tcyr-'Tl AiHhWjJe
(!tgni!ifi, which, Ud it wwny, : wauM lt J ratv. i bctr-r than The ramnn
ttwept rane f t! ort atul j 'Jlwrjdaj tvefftn rff Ffiuay tnonung, "era war
dwcliWij btwti.t areti!1 k-ft l.Utrf-!vf-i. tor h;bcr. TVy are to raw s aoJ
city, tt wind ai t!i Un lrm- tn f?.t ali iL li ippiitsilir pi IcJa iwve bmj cota-.
' luunnrlh. Many airk pfTt te,m t5e itnae nlrf ft if f. IflEw ora rr nrfvi ib-Jf riltl,
clMe ticmity, t, .iJ liSiouhr, cU if lwi;ii of jre ou)J mrresBe in prui"rti',
- - jc4 from ilia ftiaafa.-JMj!feglfj!t S tjLJ tb . tna I k fcitf of ci-al.Jr."4:li.Il'rL..
w rv.h"iUiy the k c-f en 4 t wvnt kmc, ,
rhm ! f ep.navtwaot .feswJtf -j; &! .'
n.rrre tre t wt! eirftoa jafd, li.)1
and climbed npoa l!e rf (Ml k-atr-a, bick
were accCMiiile lra tit poie!. t ,
Mr. ScrUr, 4 Ifja JWF.-rr HaM, aara, ;
M.nl . ..Lnff. (S;h ntanL. lb JraHWiiir ftp-prtaWe onaiMiim, a 1 uewJay eteomif lr
ibo pitch, bme, d toeiiar tna'dbe wiiai bick
lb fire was kiod!r4.
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Xit'n.ltf ArtUfr and jnrantrniicrpr. lJ of LJ ea irp-t I4 ebawter aej -"'One
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bTaouwt mfraculwiM tfcit ktw eeer: fietr ?'e and prreeiied tbe C"05Ja-
- t.'xrf .-i,i rr.'rd. -r,nc Mienbf n P-t- aplMxIi J! filled ui bux-qwtinj
- turnms Wmie fr-w. awwins' woik, lo ier,;
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-itir 'ed-aaii4 en weikie trt il a-fe:-iwi
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own. ,f aarrwdtxl tbe Ho,'m. -HVitU'w ortHmaotal, f their tUae4 'utwier 8 tbe 4el ! ail tref ay) rwe.Ja with emlraU iwinu
lio tniifi e tbe tf tie k:x.i ei : 4 tbe mio. - - v . oiu.m. Tbere were, kowwer, no cannon,
tli cb.U "a ran the. tid awd w fcAMi fotf. i tki the right of the "lord mayor at ll.e II , tW iofrw ifM, t'ae j;relt enthuaiasm and
Thwi-Kibf eaJiibnma wib tiifsi taW ktn.
til iidHi 4e ! tbe kame. f keiek kneiaj etiree f
-oriea ki(h) wbi1t be wtm m tfce iwrf t eth, e of S Scotte. Amongst tbe company wv
yoor pny. lie bad b-it lt ebiSJ b5il a ao.JoVeMf aeeeraf mercttanfs and bankers, tie tlcj-
! ot? w ben it bl Ulaoc-, r.k eiM-.'eJ Ct-1 "T commoo counttl of tbe ward of CatU-bay-
rlu5 from the wai jfiiriyiiai 'a te te" r amw ef me nttaDttaim mmtm
inwt V4ww! -'IV tViirir mum-wt thwtetbe corporoiiua,' eeverol eL-rmca and otUr
4wwiii.iUiiii1mi4uWI ir!,e.
imn t on'y aVe,l-it ai'fc aai tbe frarre4e bw.
i -aWe- ni i'iiPfi bJi"t 1 iiirsw." s XI
waa !ijl.t!y brut-J. bat tU iwonufts
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. tr, pAiHruUrir ai brakijtM tiaaejwbrw t'iaiJ
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Wut tu thy fo!t ii5 Ti awr
'Tb; le'i'ni la t&w.W ieifttws 4
ik the world, w hicb artM to ti u.r j
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I ailu h tirtba KMimaj, AnKai-ae. IVei
al. Aaeui-aca. lek of, k r PW tfedi and cufMie hao a tVarfid acco.r.l to -ttte w.th lbeijr.0!
Mor4- -,-! V af. I e,towe4hkaWn, it wee disrtotay wkoJu.wttertrT5?a-ife cooperation
rtWfirlbej tm'aMThiaiiia;ii.5a ci'M.wwwe. --ybeA-a jAaaeewmaev ibwy-Vbwea theiwaeUea pee-
tinm hne jftown ttri wwtiorl
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-brir eatorol ktn. ad wale kweka.S
4iitaV.ay lflr4ja-jawejiiJi iat JCT
,:i;i.itl.ct of g-wwtkj aJtbeetfceta it'P" .-. .u-c -
o Id or cufliiowe to advauoe wab cxiieta
i - lv i -lacsa ai 41roo.-e.im4 n eaai &J
l-rily al2 a !ih to bch lb tela a eye
"iiWJ r4 term. Tne..Aevcei r25ra ruM
4 li natural oMar It a.chf ?oae kiaij beaie-J
-r wrnnr ef the esawos-sre- wwwr
v r lata tba wild. raessaadsava
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- " :' ,!lm,ghhr ; ih- W -We wetkw w-W.-f-" 1wm rrar :
" ' Tha Anj-lw Aaarrica. reW ans aetesMl mrB.',W yor.8nd that he fch I htghT horwrH
to aecomp'na hn. e,l.. a re iie ih- -f .aeeilatM be bad receieH fror- b, lonWup
x "un-qiJei exertw. a4 e-mmm rf te cin :4uJ "5i'a H hnuka
'. a tbe Reweaa eetere, aS laea-benre rfmn-t1 8" fc? ,nsna?r ia wbarb t .
j .a a a...;e are. ; tbe j.. ttr f lr 1 are aod reepeeta.
- , fJcriaJC;..;a,..-l'Jli?.wa. tv-e. Their" y f"1 -( ,
- 'mr!,M a.rA ts li-r.t a l -r rr are r') " heeo soaMi Uojw m Ligtaod, and
t- ; H ecb f i w l t WaarbH I ' rf -hw cb" ' " e wto.-wj
ut by the ;3 ot liw . Ue w f5 ae laiartd with tbe ca.wns Of L.Am '
' haJtbe .be." lira city tb world. The more be baa
. "., ;v 1 i,,, - v ' i of ioawUi f tb cowolry, tie
.jcwic A l-ireislape8jtar-tbW be feU livu he baj hd aa ojiawty
count ! a drtia. J ert;-;aXa tbe ei-',f wtfeeesmj tne rmRtfireM ef apiM
J; t of Aa w i-tre o to- Jltecw tad. ty.'4 the h wfutaW f the grand mideiKe
'A fief eor.e pnitmi-Mf fuucmtf lb arcaa),n''X . kM esatwte-a)p?jM.)---IIe largsedl
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rTiVweMit we-walfafi'-'ii h
civaiMh aud Starrs, fru ea M twfwsj fen
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rse A-K.r.a VJT -.vr i:; ,ri : i ait:', - t.r
'Jo, the oUca aroa4 ewtwl ate ww4 emrt -
tin , aJ".,.l.iiroc- siurii. liar rH eart-wt ot the rguJ.riwa: ko.gd. ea t4 France aai tbat. al-
Irrawaadi was err. frtrrtrj at tbe tt-a U -aejtgb sepantM by the.AthiM-. owaiH thnmgb
-Khork. ana'mm-H riwJt.ei TW U .jeiUs et acieoce aooUJ to tUeie
old citiea ft Ava and iwil wna tWir w-t- ! lb"? wre wow o- more than 11 3m b.
tluerd la heaps ef root, and toer wa" sSarrfeJ t dewwst, f jrrr-i titling and liberty, and kiivl
and thrown duan. . Tt-e towes ad tiiU-s aarac! red itarfHuraw, wttich enJrsee.1 toe American nf
and bcluW the cajtul hare lil-ie soivrrrt. -J r ip Ffc.-! p--br those whw miprd tNw liod
lis reponed th it J,e Tiaee W orl -on.. -wtt
nn, anil Mhia dlrnyee fcv
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nnmber 'ef aersrwa that rwrntwe were, a- tn iwtkwe to --a ; tot tt tnHit alverr toine m.e7
-wrHiun-hne tow aa4 iiU-. aT t- be -
wia.Jaii i kk my W mm
t- ..frfU la aa-al'l a rfvi .r.. fr3 aiwr'
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I'iUrtaing CoTew-sr. Tbe ts-v lsrev!
tuvtmar.ee of the Crsl L'wjU! Oierea ia iui cttf.l
.T.nl the ol It Jt in A orrira, was rle,f!ed y,'-.r
t!r, in a higltyn!rcstug aaaaa. Ta-e riiwa
ing, were wnu ajm..rt(e tooa taste, taea Uwsti
fie viait old itiVtfit. , J t a t'4n,nrtny praiar
as by the vent rat '.a oatnartb, -r, Coiv Wat-
t! eolk-t l.atulr.Mutir 4" Maf&acietts
prt'rr a i tf li ,.-.
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Tb!.,er H-AMfaTDicTtiMo legislature
ttfuier cn-utt?rtno i.lutiia hich
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B-VNtiCTET AT TIIE JIANSiO.X HOUSE, j
Tie lord fcyJni4 tiily mayoress anio fjwwd
j eaieifiient of thr fellow. rii, a4 to
i?rvta ewal fieri o iMiBctiB. J9
. ihe cmKitrt," ! idea of ifce manner iu bic'b the
j, were ad ied t . ttw owal display cl pi'-
T wV)teth CtTT Dt.lte. M well M I'lC fcrd
Hat plate, rotered rt raw, wtrn
ere a,jrnd wi;t iUerac'riii'W,ip!4i swr!i 1
aI W rUter, tentber of the Serafe of .tW V.
tar , a'aaeajtl r of the hse ot legbJi-.f
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" 'A8 the aal Jjf and paTriMtW'toMU wrre .
a)5tf!'hf Mr. Vibrtrer,'' a learned aftd-dunagat
1 mniNrr if tli Se-tmle of a country in whoae
St re tbe ;raf city ef L'i"i, and iuilcod. tie
w?,j nf the flntiJi emwr, were at. tbat aramcnt
wt-t etfBie?y iijieriti. Adtrd u tbe two etui-
""' wt.e. hi a mercantile x.uil of rice.tuere was
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?xc,wj. cauiMr-tjr xror!.iiv.w naaasaa alwMttkat tbwe twee lfwa ttaoii.'
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-N'.:ry wu. more er aswet o
niVr - iVl, brar I U heo cotio!;i t were ial-
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ext tw
f Sue tics of all cnuteiit.'s btbe wortd, should t la-
Wwir wiffer diOkwitwa of a pecuniary luiire, ccr
i .1 il'fj .rin . aakprtf im HVnffl. nl n,ir tlun
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i see lu such ba extesii as, 6 time.
f VtpUWSe.l
wrpew-be-trTtwTCe ef the torj waywr ansf -
j i t imij viaa iu no coaccviru 10 ninivu wrt it m t - - - e -
"L. x .; JL.. i DemocntK ci!i-o 4t IMtsfieM, with
. tar ccrrwrawancs. no au wnu.-u -WW loror. r -
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.mi hrv ifl kmotfa tm. I
to tWa tie I
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g.tfej V litter, eit- KMm , ij... : few boera. Thos'hi. fallen, m the eigori his : I
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f v t V - - o,ottoi lac m-.fcti eiraiDic oi ine vuhMui iev i w wdw circular Hiaiet mai, -owe iAmfA
w-e,;ae crtamt of lxm. I to was reiaoe4 tb(
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- !e Between i-rfutbimi ae4 the Vud Siatca..-
.wr twef.iy.fold grwrter than wh the eowerM
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. uJu.sUiusk oi ian rowuTrr do rwiu ira una iiuw
of of lieiw ba-swriwitiiwccbrsj
i tufa kEims. . aiiirai tim eiat tad mm.
t-r. and exist ao rwr iIk wont Ufr!.n.i
U ib eb-treii tbal bad il o"4 bet-a tor tbo lady
i rtMvorewiV twrnce, he hhl bate bejF-d prf.
i n.i- ia, br4r be sat .Wn, to hve girew a sen-
ti as a toast aod it s!muU bote km Fro.
parity to the City of Lm)kn,v for be fc ll lliat lr
waiur .aweaVa ter Avwkabwn,s it
j was toots own: tit at t..e fre-t.t irtre:4
! wowU wamc.it for owe, to. u be tltwvd to
tiii"wof pvoeosiaf lo the ci'mkmiit, and in
J be kit cor.tycol of aurvtma' with a repnai
' i-j " Tne liealih ot the LtIv Mayofp?.
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J -'.I ui-4. fa-B GaW-j m,uJ to lUe 4h from li'Mi.
Ti.s Trlki IWr ha-1 c?ni tl fnylitlul
"ii4't4 ia"tti twif ttwe menti'wwd In cuitoe-
BiW CllijWiHP hai IW into th
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1 icuriwl ou ibe Oib m-rtanl. Jo " I""'54 du-
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Ihire tVt Jw .!t R'el '
dre bre i'J liw .! in port, iuclu.luig ihret;
ataam tt. Entrant rre puring imo Tex
i Urj- iwikT.? Arnnli Oalvefaoo, from
N 1 of k mcatS-. k.xJ kmohl upsrJ of '
kmiird UwUf Gern.M aettler. who
i fcjtaie. in cxlnay here in tin er
euuittrv. A :U Wjr eimjfratiutt in expected
!r.-(n ltuki tl etivtux wmicranil tpring. , A
dinner o lvf rasidei.l,Ijiuar oo hi arri
ni at Ara, the Be aeat of gocroraeitt. Ilia
(Wpiia tlsere i,""ira of aa (tnt flittering. A
otw lt ht fmof!r lieea Uid out on Arkamne
Bj. wieJ rro: . The Tetiw iscnUuet w me
rb.e U-nf h rt tin. , A company of no were
recently ,ilniptchd from Gahcfiw to Aiwtm, to
be ikoel at auiwe reroute Ou'p"'s oa the Indian
border aud awraore were iu prgre to aecure
an eiwjmte k fence for a!I tbe exjwaed pomia 00
Ibe frontier. y . ' " -
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!o.. juteEijsaee, wkwk may be eotwidered of
. IXTD'XSTIXG rROJI THE WCST,
lr m put Se urn who left the vnnnp of the frdural
tirce, ih:i ty Btlea beyond the Noece river aboiil
the 26ih 1101. we fcero tbat CaniF," the com
mi4r of tbe Mexlcn federalwt oow in the Geld,
baa concentrated thirteen btindred of hi followers,
od w to the next day for the It 10 Orande.
(.aptaio ILwVj rrruittd a company ot eonie
eighty men in thu eity, few week aince, and
wotcb ws de2ted ' protectHxt ol the Que
ers f(etier aei) the wippremow of the driving of
cattle aod brwn (r-xn beymid tbal river, which for
eon ticaw kt btce eernrd on, , bad also joined
Ciwb with, eVior tar fciiidrt Aiftertcaiw."
to tbie aub'r, were about eoe nuiidred
l.khaas betaR4Mf to e nhe 11 f on Uie Km
Mwub att,T'ief-Me'wriiwwwrei
to be a race of aavagra, and rtKHi.krliy akilled
! ia tbe acMMK of Menem war&re. According to
jn- Ca3t4 " bwi tta.Ier w Wrnmand einteen
tnd eighteen
buoJreJ opo cmliz xl, half cmtiarti, and auvase
hanwKe weeaiM ' Ihrottabaut thie tMrtreeeneoue
I tker-4ewnta adteafare fcr the re.IuetMm.of.the
bU Uh GmU country to the standard of
,(prra!isw,etRmlk be impreeied aprto the mind
jf cn.ry ooe. Tbe first prnia of attack wa lo be
nht ttiKajtt tTXttf, where mere tome two norrfred
.CntcUat trwopi tbcuce dowo taiilatanvtra.
I AU--the Aferwt- alacew- wbereV w.eje-taiioned
.rernajeot l'rfs r whicb adhered to the Ceo.
-Jtino,-. If tV-y eV e retire a repui-w in tbeiir
TrdnnMivni i-i.lav-mt in rmitmo In mulr
:iha jticnuoritt I re if, we amy expect aooa to
j bear of ftping litwe awo!g tbe Centrahsts in Shii
Jj-t of jifxm." . -. ; - xN
Hicse f draU eor under Can alee, are the
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.il-xtoa, and KvA ref i;e in wimts this aid.?, not
tafia Went "wirtWiently nptHl with arms and
j aoaumnitioa to baiard a batitet they tlieref.ra
' t---l!w iwiV 1-t ir I.W"!r ti h.? nurrpiwfijl
! c.w ar-iua iril oa.w.
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IlatPiliaAlJlhineUl
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--iwahpr tb,iwe-4l-rTllEOlX)UEtfEUa.
Mr. Sedgwick,
meeting of
great power
attatati to the
Cfi-i which be had so much at heart. At the
Coi'al, who bad lo oi;j ived tlie respect and
coabJence of his f .tm-c;la-ns, who bail received
iv. .1. tl .1 J ...i ..r . ..1 1:-
ilUHl MTW .U WfV l.fl imilllUUI,!, M l1 i I.
jrtvor, an! who seenieti to be oVsjgxated, by the
general apprecuti-m of his t.ilenis and worth, at
im Oi,:aii( J iv, turlae bignest stations wiibin tbe
jul of tbo peY!e of his native 6a'. iiibstin
fcenian from a di-tinuihed lather, the- late
J SvJwirk, was a vioiwis constitution of
mild.wf.icb h- niaturx-J ly ditigetit self cultivation,
iin rtetfwi era rariy directed lo the study of
!.t, mttch iA' be practiced (or many yars,
i'b repwU'j-iM al socef as, al Albany, N. Y.
AboHt tumayraias'eoe, he mired ibis patrimo
nial ete te' lbe lwa S'.ockbrirfge, where he
has er since- resided. Tbe cessation of proles-
1 wooal Ubr was not sBenli'.l by a life of inactive
tMnff ef his miad lurLade Uaod
be was cooHtaatty nceopicj with subjects of the
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puiweT.. own nn uKiaiesw a
.T TOnr1 a,ar- ,aa lhe bj.mcfioo of
X men," and 10
; g ! d ti-es to prriraote tbe greatest goid
' tbe ,wo..Vr wirSin his lanse.rvf.beins o-
i lie ea.!,raced, with tbe heart of a true lover
those j;. (at tl tnwL'-ctual, moral, aod social
in-procement of the peop'A whtcb are the sijja and
mo gbry i" cur ti-iww. IU e!ornnt mn
iortMijX Out mxtdmt djfmtt 4oMrra-ettiiM
uuiV. o:ir f? i.nl,',.M f. m.f f !......M-I . . ,1 ..
i ..MiMii,iMwiiinii. uuuji
' r": - w ine onngets oi
. we coury. m aoaworo.- me aimp., nulustrious,
,"t Ir:i MWsof oor anctstors, and troin the
Hole H" bixnry, a-rWu.aey,andextraa2ance,wbich
;,e"'.e-S ? "i especially in our great cities,
erJieg the be M-wntnf our life and
-riiy a a jeori3. It is hardly nectm to
I9 Cltri!tal and hosoitable sociels
, i"" hiclt be was wtrwinJcd, he carried into
le'ice. the wrrBnpte whtcli .he .torwlcated, and
tVk K. of s&.:kbii.?e.a?ed 5S.
. ; .k . . . . m .. . . i . .i
:.--.. ..j .. .. I Fnnt.tl. I t.i .-... . i - : tof fi.wlor II .. !... S.ed. '
be the J "iirwi: uo rKXI ei j.ie iteHHMiC. a" ,l uarings, wno tiave ' ,, , , i, ' r -v ' i I i- 1 1
wWi, T, fU tf Ihe best th,wh...e- Mr. JWickwro' l""g.heen, and vet are, 'Agents for ll.e Crite.1 i 1 '- 1 H3,,r.Vd" "hioh' ! ' ."
ji-a-orkplhcdby bnwonPubllStateslJank in London, ba.e recently eon tJ.!li
" ,h" M"S "'me of- ward, and iiat thai no more men, be loaned tj ' ' N ,Cn-r '
i in a nUte- of '.H-irali..i f.-r the
ifl'lt.
! int-nt iiml Itfrifitrti Id . 'in '
,rk, tin; l..uii-iJln an-
fili-.r Im piv.ii the teiu!ls of i.u:h o!irvinnii
Wrvlttlttll UliU
A,i.r,c. f.i-f W lU t.-..i4 UJ-Uclicai9.
M r A.,! ,a.L'. ru.l.M.-rtt on nioim I hiRlrnleU nm
iiKi-pt:D(leiu:i and werliiy iiiU-j;rit)v ' LJucatod Hi
....... v - ,
a t!tm .l .1iiim c..K)-(J to Ine pruicipn w o
A .iLj,! a.llll M aUiCe
iiuiin auu I"- !""" " - - . . ,
k..ik .T Awtiuv aiul iiilnret to Lm COVlcll)U 01
LTltf "
rl 'tit and duty :
and devoted hunselt, with ta-us-
lomcd energy, lo the gritaf cau of popular o ;e.
reignty and equal rights. Mm unamioieu muccniy
and transparent honesty endrared him lo the De
mocracy of his Slate. iv man uener.unocrsH-w
the principle of the Democratic party in ourcnun-;
try, or was mure truly convinced of their vital im
portance to the national prosperity and to ihe pet
petuation of our Republican institution. In the
jreal null licit I struci'le now E"i"K 0,1 ,0''c "n
ective part, especially in aupputt of that most im
portant of all measures, t ne aeparnuon pi nana nu
State.'snd the independent afe-kwpiiig of the pb-
lie money for public urn. Iu tne service oi me
people he paid the tribute of bis life bod death.
It is the moral character of Mr. Sedgwick which
united him so closely to the syinpathiei of tliose
taken awav. Xci all his inlerwairse with
his Srllow men he was fratik,' confiding, affable and
generous. He carried hi heart in hi hand.
There was nothing for him to conceal. He waa a
bigh-loned man, of singular purity of mind and bfe.
He had no compromises f honor end integrity.
Expediotwy was not in his voeabulary. He scorned
the thought of doing that for the good of a party
which was not also just and honorable in ilst-IC
VVhe.e he wk best known, he was moat loved.
We may not invade the sanctity of a home, now
made desolate, to speak of him a a husband, a
fatfior aiul a '6jTrt7iria'TWeTnonriaiii the beart
of his friend. He rest in peace.
THE WESTERN CAROLINIAN
Friday Morning, November 29," 1839, .
OUR NEXT GOVERNOR.'
A correspondent who signs himself, an Old
Rrpnbheim,n end -wne-we-kiww-te- be- eocb, -haa .
nominated JuJgt Saunders Cor our next Governor.
We cannot say that we are displeased with the
nomination. , Judge Saunders ia an old citizen of .
ito.eao. lod is advantagcoiiMly known by our ipeoV
pie. Ho has always been a Republican, and ia
trjjeJa bis. priuctplas yet. - For eoune. .years.. bo
has taken but little part in politics; this, ti us, is
a decided wmamtrndulitK, and we 4hiAk'-Jiaf"tie . .
will be, on this account, Ihe more acceptable to .
tie peopier"'" VX
. Whether ho will consent to run, or not, we are '
unadvised, nor cao we say whether Ihe Democrat
ic Jojiljiake himuptor not. If fhe report ,
which wehnve beard, be true, that Mr- Haywood
decline running in cMiseqience.Jof..flr heaHbfc,eWv
might suppose that Judge Saunders would be ac- ;
cept Able to all parties. . i '. , .
StdUrBuui - Ai iTie'Edi-. '
fr . f L , V T.
f -WJi JKbhor lha irucAmuappeajnLlobe
too much engaged in fiis new vocation of prophecy--
ing. to take any notice of the actings and doings
ol liie yreai " Kt'giu.iior. u oecoim-s usio give -
evee-Hre wtlenliHi to (twt- mallsf -thawe-olht-4
Srse'alioTiTd'ojC
TJvenTilav. ni?'w"Iai'1Ts"'l,r ifcvel
t ' 0 "
Irh'tcH'onght To-nrease the pfegiiwtlte"np
porters of such another Bank. " - - : ' -
In Ihe late circular of the JLondon Bankers, the
fact is staled, that thft U. States Bank has been v
saved from utter insolvency "parcs on account of
part 0 Ae wknle tock of the Bank of the United
Statct, is held by fire English tubjeettr . -Thii
would ba the . case with a new United
State Bunk, if another "should be incorporated
it would soot) be owned by Engtuhmrn, aabobs,
and nobles. - ; , - - v.'.,'r -'V1."
- Now are our penplo willing to create sjch a
Bank to rule and regul ue our trade aud currency,
and all for the benefit oi ihe rich money holders of
Eurojia I - That the Federalists desire it, we cer
tainly know, and who in this District docs not
recollect that the main ground of oppositi -n tu Mr.
Fisher, was bis hostility to such a Bunk. , j
t Farorititm was one of the things to be com
I Uinm ef inHlie Wiled State BaoaVTtr-ilrea.
pi ration of jts CbailerxIt loanod to oiio-eoneern---
eluuey in .FbtlauVlpliiav-.eelejioo of N icholas (hd-yr
die. a Million and a half of money j and i is sta-'
ted timl it loaned to one man tn Alabama, I lie late
Judge Hitchcock, right hundred thousand dollars
- These are feel to show- the truecharacter of
lb Uniiod Siat- B ink now, and before it late
Charter expired. The people ought to know
them, and they ought to boar in mind, who are,
aud wIhi are not, the advocates of such an IaU.
tution.- . - -
-A new wir-stf . tn Bimtlier article.'we "refer to
tlie fact, that ihe Tarilfitea at the North are be
ginning t. ""ove again, but this is not all. A
new acheii e I now iu agitation, lo put. another
j oke of taxation on the necks of the people. Wo
must not be sururix-d if a imni should be made
in Congees, in make Ibo General Gorrmmrnt k..
come responeible for the debts of all the Stale
I that have borrowed monpv in Pnnt.wl .ti ' noelnr. I am n..w a rli,,... a Smu in eel' '"1"
' lU-
ground. "w uim wtiti'ii tj.? n , ,,
iiiini )l iitt-'?-ialci iimt artf tl
'x i'.Ha-uaajr na--
. " "' Uflrt, m.J .1. ,
. . .
i become respMiMble fur th di;htenf IVn. i
New York, and ot'ic r Stutca that liave b, "
. .. . - , r ' ft
I tiiiiiinniiiroin iiiropc t it we U-co
, tiitic. u.e urxi lliili!! ui I he. i Ui
I . . .. - '
debt t pay, and to do I bin, we iimjm be tgX,7
In this way new tuxes foliow.This Uu'! ,
bly be pleasing lo the Federalists, for ii, "J "'"
of their great fjunder,' A.'tx. ILmit(Un
that a Yiilioi.al ik4n, is a .VationaJ Uew,,,,, .."
but, the -Repiililicaitg have tlnTerent ii. V T
iniuur, anu K.ueiiooves mem to kern
PP 'lir ?
opi'ii to ihewi muvenicnla.
Mr. John I.ce, Joshua Dt;cr, Ceort't)
aud a colored man ol Mr Lee, were taken t
week in Dnvulson County, and tried before tbtf,
MagUtrales, on snspici'tn of having ,1,
Lynching Nathan Limlieth, an account ot the
we published in our taut paper. . " ' - - 1
Ther werewwemhee Of witrtrrr "t vi,",;
oo the lm), but there was nothing stated by iiK
to juify tbe Maifistrate ia commiuiiig either
the persona imidieated f they were therefore iL
charged. ' :. -- .
IXVoi OCT JUR MORE MURREL XIC.N ' j
A far d,e since, two tpnllepen in a carria-m '
eatwe ir'e lh neighliorhood of iiwepR 8,
V.i tn 1' avUltoQ (Wity, and sold a Xegrq to
Jacob Yiely, U '
- Mtv lokeiy paid 4brftt-j two hisrwet ai) ilAs
eamh tfter which they It A ihe neighlHirhuod,
Tl negro seemed well pleased, with his or,
home until Saturday night hurt, wheu he dectmp.
ed, and has not been heard of sincev ,
.... ... . .
Tbe presomptiw is, from circumstance,
the whole was designed by the negro and am,
swindle Mr Yokely out of bis property. Afierda
men left, he wu seen to have a tlOO bill, 1
some specie. "' " ; i . " . . -4
"Mr. YokeTjriaaaid to be an hone, nird-aoit
ing man, but not so well qualified to jiK.geTr:Ti
well for some of our honest farmers and truWi'
to be more on tbe alert towards strangentnff.
ing through the country t in negroes and Mbar
Vn property. . ...
roi thb wesTca.i ca,olisuit, i
Mwas Editobs s J a jhese days w.hemlw & . '
era of parties, wish lo take out of the handi of ;
people the right of electing their own officers,!,
as one oi the People: am determined" to stand a
for our rights.- I have aa much right, to unle t
nomination aa any cxv&j that ever met ia ci
11111m. ami 1 mereiore 00 nominate lur a-n
uovernor ot iona uiroima, Judge Konciw X
savudeks. win give yon my reasons for kxsk
natiitg Judge.Saunders; 1st., lie has alir-vibp-i
i RfcrrBUCA and holds ;Torih TaiIti yei.; SI
When ia Congress, he was the friend of rrform
and rttrenclmtht, low salaries', and low fire U
Wbeo the West was canine for a Convem(,n4
for equal rights, he was one of our most activsvi
efficient friends. ' 4th. Since he has been Jur
the able and efficient imanoer io which he hai ds-
eharend ihe duties, has dona oreiil rrmlil to him.
em.aiMt gLtteu geoarai ealist action taiiia peopia
6th. He has little, or nothing to do with poliiict
of late years, but has been discharging his civil mi'
judicial duties, therefore on this score, he will
be unacceptable toJlbe.Jlepulilitoa iVhigs,ss:.
aa Ihe Democrats. j
There are- many -ot her. reason, whr. it bit
opinion, Judge Saunders oughf to be run, and vhr
ne wilt oe acceptable to all Ihe Republican! o( U
West. A to Ihe Federalists, we know that tket
didate. I thetefrre womina aa
Ca.17JitfiRo;7 former' 1
cTilzen of Rowan, and nowTiving at Ihe w i
jh5Tetwneot;';-'"v-- t)tBr R crmltrw.
' FOB TUB W'.ESTCH CiHOUMl. S;
' ;. '. :. ' , , "
Mrssss. Eorroas : I wish to ak you, .and yir
feeders, one serious. Qtteatiun.jind J bunexivert ax
of you fill consider it dispaesiooaiely, and siuvcr
tf to your on conscience. My quealion ia this.
Is it right for Whigs to do things, wl.kk.tke;
themsolvo have comk-mned in ihe DemoeralaJ--
Il il is not, then I wiah to know on what rmwda
can the Whig justify a Caucus at IIarnbofg
wuen they have most loudly condemned a atww
one, lield al lUliiinore T Look back, and vna l
we, thai the Whigs in almost every county ia ii
State held meetings, at which, Ihey deneunceJ
(he atronges. Lingiiago. Ibe Convention or Cj'"
hold in Baltimore, Who then woul ! have
poed that inJoailban four year a.Vrwardi,?
would turn about, and be guilty of exuetl; '
same thing I Hut this is not ail who doci
recollect ine hard thing that were ud
Phtlo While, and Ned Rocker for going Ju '
Caucus, and reirewnting the people, he
people had no hand in seiolmg them I , IVfcy.lV--names
were iMiutMri'dXrojaJXin to Beerslieba,
puduut usurper of tbe fo-We-righlS lbJ ,ff
jdvetliai'd, aui.abu4rao4 aiga iwriiiiadi;!"
ejtn4U..,qw.J,
2 i of 1 he w a uie men w boa bn-d vVmte'aeah 1 "
er so much, get togeihwr iu'tbe CHirl:Hu-"f
point duUgate U a Ruh'igli Coventia M '
Doctor Isaac Utrn$, all ihe w iy to Pcnuio lr"'i.
to renre-aHit-ihe oetide-of ihe lOih tia-i "Ia:
f)i-tricl, wheti not am in: IJiXiO of .the.it,.i"J
anyhuitf til the buMue.-.,
, . Now, what better right, I alxaild like to alp
has Diclor lasac Burns to speak for th f!
than - Doctor, RurkrV ! Orhat nhlkd
aim Snred tJiro In RaltiL'h.ird oletljf & Y
piarr I 1 doubt vry much, if the pwl "
conMultcd, if ih.jy would Alei;t eiilier of the
to a low county otrii-e, aud yet ihey unJertak'
make a iVesidout and Governor, for Ihe "
But why is it 1'iai bear no I"Ui censure
ili'imm-iationi or wig -nin-st lheo osurp"--
' I
A chose who or lu'relyre pr-JieC 1
' wordi !'!iin-4l ilm l.,U in io re
' i have .wt Mieir powers. I intend to try ml '
    

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