The fallowing ilt"o olcre.1 by Mr, Cling
.s read ad adopted . ....
lUtohed, Thai it" Commute on th Judiciary
fcr swrfrucied 'inquire, wher the General
eiuUy have power ! ropl the law, b-utkioj;
vv l(SioiheL"vill.Ciiciniiaiiaiid Cherlee
.."'liiiCii- Company,' and alw to inquirv
wnemcr anv neeeswry at this lima lu
isUtwn U tiwt matter. . ' ,
preamble "ami R:solutii LJlarod by Mr.
glJTrdi-'-I''rt,-'!IMeJ Krn,'nI th Mr.
Jobu, N" ,ne fr"lel '
. .n fciul eB"'riDn" npun ino icnwnra ui urn
"" - ... D .:J.J i.- J
aftttwi " ""B1un ruiHinj, iro oiks ikn re-
taJ remains from iba city of Raleigh, and
.bull conduct sold fiperinK-nti U tui ' .
The Bill 6r th relief of the Wilmington and
ICttetlk lUit-ruad Company was reed the sec iad
liiire. when Mr. Wilson moved to amend il, by
' aflat tht 12th fclion. fb Allowing t -A
at art enacted. That the private proper
if af th individual stockholders in mid Gimpaiiy
Jull s habtc 10 tb amount of atock owned by
,tv in sddirioaUth property of said Company,
( , payment at Prtnetpal aod Interest of Lwo
ithufLwd t be made by Ihia Act, and before (his
i.i mo oHratwMt tnsr -shall bo a tenor a)
acting of the tiioekholikra, who ahat agree to
ararnt ins credit of lh State on tha term herein
' priHwawfi Mid m aaid general meeting, those who
threw fifths i aiiKNWt if the inJividuaJ .lock
hull accept tha same ; and lhsJVsidet.t of the
t'xiiptuy shall oflkially nahn kowwo to tha Pub.
ke treasurer in tumm m ma lunivMuai muck
hohiIf ajrree to aucmttjha china du
tie iuiotini of rack bll Ij cacb m nid Lumitiiy.
ml uuttiJincot tejettrd by Id fcll.tinnj
rjUe r ' -ir .
IV.,'. Mamta, Bjrnam, Cao, KAfri-lj. Txum
V' tWiiwi. Orr, if Meor, i'tillxk, Keid, Vrl,
V. ltdtr, W illiin, ami Wihna W
. Albright, HwJ, Clmjuan, Gulber,
U'.r"r4v, iivlU.), Hill, UelcUot, ilKe. Mnmwiietd,
Sliej)ni SioKt, sipmi, fpir, Spf uill,'VJJ(;ll, aul
T'm B.li titan paaaii ita ecoid"ra3inj Yeaa
)Vas Mter. A!bfight, Brnd, Bynora, Clinjt-mn,
(rtittiar. lUr?r. lk iKn, I! U, M-'iciior, Mitc'ieil.
I Ihar-Bid, Morphea J, MuatifumrT( JIyer,
lVfk.i'uTjair, Riaaiin, rJiJbjr,ISijiHnl,SluaitIHpiti,
Vt.Kiil,aad Worth. ." '
Mr. Owper, KthcriJe,' Exam, Fixnn,
ri.i ivr. Kff. lrkiiiw, .MmItih, More, Orr, rantcut
Heui. SiwJ, tspruil!, Waid; Wlwukr, toil-
Toe Senate, oa- Mr- fcmro a mti'o, adiiaraed
n u Jljtuky oturaiBx o'clock. i J
HOL'SE OF COUMO.NA
TH m-'mixit Hill to mcorjuiralo the Concord
4,.nrt.irtirirpaiiiy,7.u read and oo mount
i Hr. Brru.gr UiU oil ilta uule
(no.Kio.iot Mr. BiC2
Httwt, Tlmt iba Conmitita oo the Jjdary
h.j itwric' 1 H rnnoiro.Hiio tha atumiuucv
i ii ug t4 Uk .ctn lti tlo eiujViel
-r x-vl iu iini :nitorf lo prow w3T-eiotiu ott
kttr 1 :0mtMin and I jieiuiea f.r work aod labor
aa Q aa kr article oautarvj.
. Ia tJomnhtiet ol-Mocata.rrjKKteJ untr
hl th firtHta troot aaoli y ciux ol Irede
fradsa bewsffr, would la deslroctic;"r
tbc fuoJmeni prmcsj !? of Koiublin' Govern,
meot tnd of tUe ri-'.ia and aovereignty of the
Re Jo J furtW, That it u the doty of the save,
ral Msi'dalurtof tho8taleacoinjHwiu the Uo
I'M, indignantly to Irotro on t m firxt aitnuifit of a
CtciLMM M.i..niv in Coiiro to trample on all
and all prececal to gum p'Mftr, to laitrn an
odum .nea.jre os the people in obt.ln-oce to Eio-
cuim nicuiNn. . . 11
Mwara junker, j. hat we will stand by Mirfis
ter State, Na J'rxry.ui thaiwrtiiiif bet rights,
fciti wecougraioUie hr m ih- brillm.ti victgry she
ha acbit ved. and t'ho withering rebuke she has
tberuby givtm io the toula and iun.ui of Eieca
Mr. G. W, Caldwell movudihat raid Resolutions
bB laid on tha Ubie. Th qntution wasdeiermiuad
in tha nt-cative. Orwired on inoiuwi of Mr. J. fL
K. WiUia,.ua, tkat said Kaauldtion be tcferred to
tha A Irct Comiuitloe beretofura rawed on the
uhtcj otatler embraovd by said llei-Jntiorm. f
l lie Hill to attach a pun of the enomv of Iredell
to the county cf WftVti, Med it three readings
and etigriMand. : ' f
'Toe llouao rejected a Beaulntkm of Mr. W. J.
T. Miller's wbivb propowd the inatrncting of tb
Jrfdiciary Committee report a Bill allowiae Jos-
ticre of the Peace a rctuoodble coinnaatioa for
their official acta. " ' . -; :"
The Jad'cury Oroinitlee rejiorted agaiDst le-
giUttng on tlM MOject-of M IluiOeitfid."
M..ij. Dee. 59
7aa C"omitr o loteritot IttVpruvrnretit, to
.' rrterrrd the r-4itmu retU" lu Luis
Wf H.Kf. porl in lu!!WHiii RM.JdH-iM-!
smjSJ. Toat fi9 th attend rtti lTrt4 "vf
tuitUt tha i x!r in rii?' ict. tif ! nr44
tl Looj'jar savor, an J tr tbf ajivey of tin a.M
t a.ki wost p(i.i:iJ rot lr-l'l l.iii.n;
Rivet avii U Cajn; rBj', anJ r-'jr'in dig
t ttut ul i i.i' ill ' l.o :..! jrj,
-- v Xo iti to Weit-t ouif ir.n tnpxi.'h-Hi
iio J.ciVj"' ameIuietttt auJ ma
Tn IWI tf Vmnl iba' Reid BtafQt Cn
ncrrun' ilif aiijtrxMut.iwit ol' Klector trt v!c Kit
Pa-wovni, wu reported Iro n tflff Co'irnittoe oti
Jnrwia" airt rtttfTwrttiw Trwcr
Friday, January 8, 1841a.
-.,,' , . TBtCK o'trtOCK, t. U
Tb Bill to pre mot seihiig tjumwiured crops was
lead tb tmrd tinw aod rrincird.
Toe CtMMOMtte on Military A (him, by a Reto
liit ou of Mr. K'jbvrda, were inntrurted lo inquire
into the expediency of a if.-aJuij tbo Militia law,
mi a ion- nuke it te djiy , u.roVr a proper penalty,
of every ci'.i a iuole to Uo uiiitury dot " to en
rol hnnwlf r.r thirty J jya' re ioueo within any
vapum a uwtrict te uw state.
Many of the leading bimocrntic papers of the
country, at the North a well a the Smith, hare
lately published the Virginia and Kentucky Eeso
luffonsof 09 and J, as eoolaining th doctrine
of political faith noderhich they tally. We hail
tnis as a cheering sign of the future. It is taking
toe true ground, entrenching themselves in a post,
tioa that is alike elevated and commanding. : It is
reverting back to great fundamental principles that
never change, and about which there can be neither
mistake nor d..". rtmce iapd it is raising a a
com moo standard, around which all true Republi
cans can rally, the glorious old flag that floated io
triumph over the victorious contest of 1600 .This
u the only flag which the Democratic prty have
acea to noist now. us want do padma stin-
dares ; no factious contention for place and power
alone) the people bare had enough of political
strife tor the present, aod belore ihey plunge into
anoineffcooiesi, win watt to see trie results or the
last, id the conduct, of the party .which has pre
vailed. Every Republican in the mean time wiD
stand firm on his principles, ready, lo act on them
wben toe time for action shall come. These prin-
isj mZt occupied in eonsMcretion anj debate of the
Navy Pension bill, the Hunt in Committee of the
Senate, Der. 89. Mr. Anderson of Tennessee
announced io a fueling and appropriate manner the
death of hi colleague the Hon. Fetu Grundy.
He gave a brief sketch of hi life and public v
vices, and concluded by offering a resolution pay
ing lh uual tribute of respect to his memory.
, The same melancholy event waa announced lo
Ihe House of Representative by Mr. Brown of
Tennessee and similar resolution adopted.
0 The Federal leaden in Congrtei demand a
. repeal of the Bub-Treasury contending that the re
sult of the lute elections prove a condemnation of
Ibal msasure by the people. This is not the aot,
a they very well know. , Wu the1sue Sub Trea.
ury, or no Sub-Treasury madel: No. .Oo lh
other hand, did they not carnally avoid it f Bui, if
Harrison s election was a popular expresnion again
the Sub Srcasury what scheme, policy, principle;
or tel. ofprinciples wa it an espressioo in favor oft
will some of the party be so good as lo inform us T
A REMEDY ai;n STEAMBOAT LiSASTERS.
Notwithstamlitig the imiiionse lout of life, and
property which has occurred withiu th lout few
years; and the cllbrts which have been tnadeMo
prevent it, we scarcely open a oewf-puper which
does riot present some heart-rending accxiimt r,f
new calamity produced byjlie buraiuig ol'jhe boi.
ers of a Fleam Boat.
Many of these divaiten, it iasaid, result from
the wsnl of a constant and uniform supply of wa
ter to the boilers, occsnioued cither by neeliirerice
or the imperfection of the machinery. If ihis bo
true, an unf tiling remedy is provided. Our towns.
man, Mr. Joseph thols, laa invented an instrn.
meot for this purpose, so ajmple in its character
and construction, and the pnociptes upon which il
operate, that no one can look upon it, without
wondering lost it had not wiluiaMy oocurred to him:
and so eertsin in its operations, that the plainest
understanding must perceive at once, lhal il cannot
fail of the end of its construction. ,
Fb House beuitf informed of Ihe Senate's coo-
eurrence to tbeir prpomtioo to ri n Joint Select
z-rc its, r r vt- 10 " rf
were, a,i,iiNu'd ntur. J. O. K. Williams, Guy
toer, k-rr, tJ.ni'O aod Far ruw, said Committee oo
bebah of the Coinmun. ' '-
Tb 11 hhhi enM4trt a Resdiitioa directing a
lis 1 ol SIU.OUJ to fti .Vke Fori-et Coileg.
.The IMl io ev.nbl ,li a con ity by th name of
Albfmiri wa tt-j-cte4 on iu second readiug
jea 2- u4s ea. v. '
List of .Letters
1 1 f iitiivi ,n th V '-'.ChVu.t at daltsbory, N. C,oa
Dr. Bijniu Axiui, 2 VI i Maria Love,
RotoU j-ip. . 8' nil. LKki,
Co. W. J. Atexin'K.r,
Mr S.rati Ar, .
Mr..aKD. A i !,
Rev. Jjd. Jd Jl. Ada
L k Aifltf.
Kiachia B o'UaW .
J . Hi awn, Jr.,
aV M. Bo,
- Oiten Baa'Mlw, -
Dr.rtwm O Bojdenr
A. U. U -a,
M.e Br.'i fn,
.Mint Br.0. srrvaiil,
J. no R. Broao,
.MMr L. I'low
Dr. Tu. II- Bolt.
I)r. B-whirl, .
J in B ;
Willum March, '
It.-. R. W. Mclver, 8
Dr. Jiha K. Mclver,
. James D. Morrison,
('(. J no. D. Moore,
J .Ha II. ?fettHt,
93, and so long ss the Democratic party rally un
der tbem, they will be invincible. - This theJ'edc:
rslists-knw7ind foreseeing their owo. divisions,
which must sootijoccur, they aie endeavoring to
foment differences in tbepsroocratM party by sgi-
tating tbe subject of lb osat. Presidency. Thej
would gladly see tb' same' bitter contention, the
same scrambling in our ranks, which they know to
bo inevitable in their own? but tbey will be wofully
disappointed. The old flag baa been raised the
Democrats are contending fbr principles, not men.
Tbey will rally on these cardinal principles they
will quietly wsit te see tbe conduct of tbe new Ad
mioistralioo, and when Ibe proper lime comes, they
wid place a leader in their front .ranks, nd bear
tbe atandard of Jefferson on to victory.
li Senate, Dec 21. Mr. Clay, of Alabama,
from the committee on Public lands, reported with
out amendment, Ibe bill for the establishment of
permanent prospective preemption system, and
asked that il might be made the order of the day for
Ihe Monday following, which was agreed to.
Mr. Wriibt, from tbe committee oo Finance
Dr. Matthew Neville,
Mm Mary jDwmgs,
n . d. ......
W. A. Reynold.
i reported with an amenduient the bill for a redue
lion and graduation of Ihe price of tbe public lands.
Mr. King, from the committee oo Commerce,
reported a mil making appropriations for the remo
val of Ihe raft on Rid River.
IVrJorveh wbraTued resolution that .the 6.
Bovell B .l.b, 0t
J or Bej. Brown,
r. Sjfau J. Cr.it',
Ji'nr R tbisuo.
Dr. Pk,- - -- '
Tbos. G. Polk,
E 1 Philips, -'
Adara Rnenan, '
2 li- EU Ruh,
- R. T Re -.""
Mr. Rvid preoeatcJythe'forwarmg B II to re J
'ttt- ts suJ 4vt4!,'f fkr as they cuttccrn tus
ii!ctsio of ft tuk cote
Seciiutt l li a rue tl bj ie Gent fat sun
tif of .Wis I'arufiwt, aW $ krrtbj tmnefed
v tie aarWiy of tie naW, 1'liat h any suit,
hi-iu-r brjogtit, by soy piro rending ih itu
.4iit, ari!Mt any Bink in this A a ujxki o.i ii
i iww, to a C-iuit of Kcord,or 6 fora a jiiie4 ol'
l P.!ice hui; Juriiictl jo of th sa.n", no i4
o!t b granir J, uus no ap-sl allowed ih Bank.
iw.ik ap-iu ia ath iavit of some ollWer of suca
Ba.k. settle,; Crfth that the appeal is'B'il pravad
t drtay paviaotit, hoi for loo purpose of h-twin
i Mit ca dU hit boon pit I, or th w mi j
tic Vm odguw a was given Ml C-aiO'erVlt, or
i.it tWt B ali u e nttet to jut credit which
wfri nif. I'Jyiiviliu ta,.liuothuiwtMJ
ftfM ot lh Peace wneta luo a'-iiT n prsyed. '
Tie K M lor Ihe retiel f uWil rmiim and
&!r U til Rd C)ljM'iy W 4 put IWI it Itlild
i ul tii.al reading, sod p-v-ci by a vutu ot' 2.1 to l'J.
M was otoerad to bo enrollcJ.
I'm Hemrs, ATVi ght, Hon.l. Rvnu'-n, Clmjfniin,
U.itsrr, H trntp, HrllHn, Hill. .1 kti .r, .Mildiel!.
W-.in;. Jlurebeai, M -sitiMiiery, My en. I'arils i'u
yar, K.bena, Slay, Airptia, bioio, S,imr, WaJJeh,
Vim -f.-r. ..:.... f..iMir ri'mri 'irn I'.l.
J lw.RCuuru.,u l)4tid ur Auah UsadV;
Mr.CajMiniiCtnniberB, lloaell Parker,
W t Wd, U. W. Polk.
Saml H. Calowjy, t EJward Koftf,
A. CV.H-r, , Juba Raaaj,
Wiliw iiCoX, June Rush,
. lUM(XmU, Hairk V.bwoH r
I leery Stiller,
Jhm Foci & Stkkaej.
Ahaaera of Ihe Circus,
JUrs. Rscbaal Stewart,
Thai Swift. - .
Lot & rape lion.
Ta the Secretary ot faltoa
Afus 8oms Swiak,
Creed Waller Saint,
Stephen Vf. Davis,
wiriia, t'ji,o, Ilaakuia, Kerr, Larkm. Melvm, M i)e.
V.raauar. VMnc. R.id, SpruiII,'Wr.l, Wlntaner,
u.isuat, auj Wil.no.
...itouse or COMMON?.
Tue J iJiciarj Cowuiittee pnrtiid aiia! sltcr
ih ih Uw si to iocrcae I bo ay of I'.iIikIik.
Mr. J. O. K. Willi.im prcauated the Iolloui4
Pr aoibte and Resolution :
Ykerr$ I'be Contra of the United Slstetsi
loal smaion, set ami tha Rwen'aliire froia
Nw Jrwty, having the oe.'tifM aio of tl;r
;h.k IroiU the l',ecutiv ul mid ttl , Clcniu
a.:i;irUue3 with the pfwmooaof liieJii!Liituti(Mi
4 kwii the Uui'ed tSttiies au l Ilia State 'oT Naw
JrrT, and S'liniitd other to occupy thoir place
ioj iiJaima ol all Parliamentary uac. a ul of tha
itmaaadktiertMMof the Peo'ploof No Joraey,
S il RemJceJ, Tout the act afiremid, wat a
BEtpaol violation of that clause of the CooatituiKMi
of lh Uoited States, which declares th.t the limes,
place Bud mint let of b4diug elrctHNi l'r-Senators
and Raprsaatitatives shall be prescribed in each
Rv by tha Lgia:ur thereof. -'
Ritohed further. That the prcecdont is at V
riiac with lill jhe ciMtom aud law eatnblixiied for
tha government of legislative b jdu-, ani if carried
. Juiin tVuhiijur,
.Urs ClUurine Cofney,
Capt William Chuns, .
Hash A. DoUua.
Ford . tllu,
Row. K.lis. "
J.rta F r.t -- - -
Airs. S!ly a Feru, .
TW F.wid, ,
Aleviil-lnr titiaV , .
Willnui UiXAas 3
Evaudtf A. Uier,
UaX (Indiaae, ,
loaard Ghean, i
l.viA Ileitrirtcs, ' " v
F. 1M.1, S '
Mm Luc o-l Headier,
V Kn-bel Himptos,
J wph ti.aiO, (
K irv Hill, .
Indian. Election Fraud. In a letter lo
Globe from lodiapa, we find a statement show!
conclusively, the practice of most outrageous fraodsl
10 tha PrMlJantial aUetloa U ,L., a..,. t. 1
, - - . ..iin. mi mil fcriaiv. ft, my
pears from the lai Ust, that the number of total
voters io .May but, waa 100,180 only. 80 thai if
very single free voter had gone to the pol!e?lhe
vote would have eqnalled this number, and 00
more, yet, in ihe Fall, wo find it amounting to
117,104, being 10,033 over the Hay assessment
of free white men. in tbe State I It is clear then,
that there was fraudulent work in tlie increase of
so many, thousand in six months. Mr. Van Uui
ren's voir was 31,602; more than 1,000 ever half
. the number or legal voters in ibe Stated according
to the assessment, aod the. great increase of votes
was on tbe Federal side. These figures show foul
play in the contest, and they show which side it
wss oo loo. There is an old saying that "cheat
ing never thrives :" the Federal reiga will es
tablish its vsrity, if true. '
A short time before tbeir adjournmenl, the Legis
lature of South Carolina adopted a set of resolu
tioos lo the following effect, strong and concisely
eiprewive of their political sentiments :
1st Tbst a United States Bank wss uncwiutirtioaa;
unsccensry and injurious.
2d. That th Independent Treasury wat lb cnosti
tutional wsv to keen and diatom tha ouUie aMoav.
SW. That a Tariff, aneaual kt via operation and de-
ianed toprotsctl favorite employment, wasilaoaraioat
the tottar and spirit of ths Ceestitutioo, and that in tbe
mrfncy of the pemsw ot such a measure by Con
great, lh States would judge of tbe metnt aod me
sure of redress.
4th. That Mr. Van Borea bsd adberad to the De
mocrijic priocipl of strict construction, sad dastrved
the spprobstion of South Carol ins.
& That John C Cslbooa bsd lulfilled bis duty in
truly representing the political opmionsof tbe State. "
By meaotof this instrument, boilers can U sun,
plied with any given qoantlf v of water, which can
neither be increased or diminished. It U so con
stnicttd as lo keep' ibe boiler alwa) full to the
point of its inter ioo j and beyond ibal poinl, work -
it as mucn a you may, 11 will not and cannot let
in a single drop, " If then il be, at we rnppose.if
is, a matter of vast" importance to Ihe safety ot
8team Boats, that tbe boilers should have rrgu.
lar and unvarying supply ef water, this invsntioo
. e . 1 1 1 1 . . . . l .......
is 01 incsicuiBDie vaiuo 10 ina country. - 11. nas
bedn pateated by Mr, Echols, and will wb suppose.
be shortly cnereo tolhe couutry. Oro. Argva. '
jiouiiia 4tekWaral, - Jm Smith,
k'm ll.jra W. A Swmk,
W. J. I koroky,
II tekiik Treape,
Mr Jine Youag,
r j W-riaa I. Howard,
Eli I 1 J mr,
M j K II. '. Jtnes,
' Kid nd J n-a,
A. I Kelly.
ti. - Ki-iney,
M r Wo. & Knder,
M-. Mr'y Kelly,
W. A. Les.
John L lMflon,
Rev. A Y Ivkrid)ra,
Afra. A Willaon,
J.mo. F. Watt,
Cyrus WskS, '
Geo. W Union,
Dr. A. T. Zovwlv. '
IL W. CONNOR, P. M.
List of Letters
REM MM MI in the P wlOIBc at Lexinjtoa.N.
ii., no te I of Jauarv, WL
Riworl lln.I.e, ,nvini Btwers,Johe Clarks. Rob
ert li'. t'athtnne Ihv, PleeMat Epps, Joseph How.
sr.1. ta-V! t : v.t, W.ll;.. Hill, w. J. M. Inge, Rev.
"AWVaK-wieTv.' V.iivii hVonedy, Daniel Lufiia,
Ji.ii.-s V.yr. I I. I "rte, Rruheo May, Elita
l)m. V.-i- ii . r in Stockinger, Jacob
Sie-f, "'-Viiiit V ' .im. t. m reker, Cttnotiaa Zns
in.-nuif J ic.o Sn.n, B.J. v'd.Msry M. Wil
lia.ua M. ROUNbAVILLF, P. M.
Jmairv 8, Hf.
cretaiy causathoi cbandaliar sospeodod in the
chamber to be removed ai sood aa it conveniently
I'be Bill lor the Abolition of Imprisonment fbr
deU-waa ordered loa third readiog ; it provides for
tbe Abolition of imprisonment for debt, oq process
tasumg out ot ang court 01 me unueo oiaios, in an
imprisonment for debt bat been, or may hereafter
the Houtt of Reprt$entative$. Mr". Under
wood presented 6v petitions praying Congress to
act upon the bills, reported by tbe Select commit
tee of lsst session, lo prevent steamboat disasters.
Mr. Monroe introduced a mil to abolish impri
sonment for debt in certain cases. "
Senate, Dee. 22 Mr. Calhoun introduced a bill
to cede the public lands within Ihe limits of the
new Stale oo tbe conditions therein named, re
ferred to the committee on Public Lands.
.. In Home of Repre$entati te u A resolution of.
fared by Mr. Rarideo came ap for consideration J
the resolution propottd, that' tbe committee oo
Public Lands be instructed lo inquire into Ihe ex
pediency of setting apart 9300,000 annually of the
proceed of lb Public Lands for Ihe continuation
of the Cumberland Road in Ohio to it Western
termination, and of distributuig ths residue of said
proceeds among the States, opon the principle of
Mr, Clay' land bill, taking tb census of 1840 as
ibe basis of ifistributioo; laid on the table by a
vote of 105 yeas to 81 nays.'
Mr. Proflit theo submittted a resolution instruct
ing the same Committee to enquire into the expe
diency of reporting a bill, providing for the expen
diture of 1150,000 in each of the Stateaof .Ohio,
lndian7ind tttindis; during lh year
" . Sugar. Late advices from Jamaica give in
formation, that the sugar crop in thai Island is
almost a total failure; -sugar waa worth 13 cents
when tbe information left. This ststs of aflnrs is
said le be, and doubtless is, Ibe consequence of Ihe
mistaken aod foolish policy of the British Govern
""men t "in emancipating the alave population, which
Jm oqw iudolent and eotuJy woiible refusing td
-work en fur wage, and leaving the plsntatioos
, to go to wssts. Tbe crop in Louisiana js not as
large as usual; these cause operating together
will probably raise the price of sugar higher than
it ba keen for manyenaT
..,..To velocily of lightning, it ir now ascertained,
. is four times at great as that of light, being at Ihe
rate of fourliundred thousand miles a second. ' .
JVnig ecoaosTf.e-Durmg ihe late canvass we
were told by our opponents hst one of tbe most
important objects lobe ehWted by Geoeral Ham
son's elections was th retrenchment of Govern. -
mert expenses. Their candidate is succra-ful, sod
those sdvueates of retrenchment and re firm aie
now found urging an Extra session of Congress,
which la known lo be wholly .uncalled for by Ibe
present condition of Ihe country, und which would
Cerhsps cost Ibe Government the sum of several
undred thousand dollars. Thev are devoted friend
of National economy. yiicitsr Republican.
Result. ths Election In tho Stslcs fur Electors of
Presidont sod Vice President.
. T . ' llasaio.x VW Buxss.
Maine, --N lo '
Jlon. J. J. Critlrndtn has been re elected by
the Lej7j!ture of Kentucky, Senator in Congress
from that State.
The Harrison party of Georgia, io a Conven
tion " held at Milledgeville, have nomioated IFsv
C DawM, now a Representative iu Congress
from that State, as their candidate for Governor.
The present incumbent, Cot. McDonald, will be
the Democratic candidate.
For the information of our reader who may be
concerned, we mention that ihe Bank of Cape Fear
. baa lately declared a dividend of three per cent.,
for tho laataix month. " ' v
SasweZ XtcRobtrto, (Democratic.) haa been
Ljelected io ibe. United Slate Sena ta. by the Legia.
latur of Indiana, in place of Mr. Robinaon, who
term expire 4th March next. - " -
Common Sckooh. -BiIIsproposuig diOsrent
plans for the establishment of ComnvM Schools,
have been introduced into Ihe Legislature by sev
oral members ; if any one of them should have
passed, we will publish it hsraslier. - p r
I, on lb
Cumberland road ; laid on ibe table by a vote of
04 yeas to 92 nay. , : : -
Sraaie, Dee. 24. Mr Benton avked leave to
bring in a bill for taxing bank notes, and other pa
per money used for circulation In ihe States and
Terriiosies. After eom discussion on Ihe que'
iion of reception, the yeas and nays were taken on
the question lo lay tho motion to receive on the
table, and decided in Ibe negative by.a vote of Hi
to 18. Mr. Benton then said bis object was attain
ed, aod be would withdraw the bill on this point
another discussioa ensued ; Mr, Benton then asked
leave to withdraw Ihe bill by the courtesy of the
Senate, which was granted. i
Senate, Dee. 29. Mr. Benton gave notice That
he should offer his bill tor taxing Bank notes, in
the form of an amendment 4o the first revenue bill
lo which it was applicable. -
The bill to establish a Board of Commissioners
to bear and examine cluims against the United
States was taken up, at in committee of the whole
and ordered to be engrossed for a third rending.
a tht llouti of Reprcttntatttet, Der, VS The
V ' ' 3
- a -A
' ..' Bora. Jnaug. Tcnu exjuVd,
2. John Adsms, " OcLI0l1WTi.17i17.Ha
9. Tbo. leffermMLAor. lrtttmrx?
4. James Miditon, Mar. A 175U18H0, do. -
5. Jame Monroe, Apr, 2, 1817, da
ft Joha Q. Adams, July 11, 1700. 1929, da
7. And. Jackson, Mtr. 15, 17.'I7. lJ, 70th.
9- MVsa Bsren, Dec. 6, 172. Ii37, 5l)ih.
In, tyMVrm th;31t by -toe-Rev.
D. Hall, Mr. RUFUS W. MORRISON ti Mi.
LINE, daughter of the late Fnncis Gibsnn, Eu.
la lisvidaon Loonty, on the 23rd ult, by the Rev.
Jesse Ar Rankin, Mr. R. J. WEST to Mrs. ALICE
SLATER. . . . , . .
At N Hsven, CohB, sfter'a' brief inditpiwition,
Mr. I T. JONES, of this Slate, son of Gen. Edmund
Jones, of Wilkes County.. Tb deceased wss protect!,
frog tb study of th Law, aod bid fair lo be aa ore.
meat lo the Profession. .
n A VINO sssocuted themsslve together, io ib
prsctic of Medicine, respectfullr offer their see.
vices, io sll the varioos brsncbes of their proteasMHi t
the public. 0" Their Office is in Mr. West's brick
Salisbury, CL. January fi, 1611
-v iaAcs' ar.
Tea A UDIE FAIR iU be bold in the Town
sfyy of Concord, on Tcisdit Evcsiso, Uia IOth
- Off Jascaav. bemv ths week ot the Coautv
Court. A variety of raanteiital and uselul ait.cles
Will bftaiihiied fbr Sale. Tbe process will be t p.
Ifririated to benevolent purposes. The Faia will
continue otwo oa Wednesday ths 20th,
nerelofor Texaa haa been a
leneta, and impunity in ee.
terminad to mak an efluff at least to
scire of tbi reproach ; it is Mated that the au
Ihoritiee of Galveston have pasted an ordinance,
imposing a fuWof 1100 on any on found carrying
hey seam de
. Steamboat disaster. From a letter addressed
to Mr. Underwood of Ibe.Uousu of Represent
lives, and by hira communics1d to that, body, we
bave a atatemtL is the .Congressional reports
of the number of Steamboat Hisastera which have
occurred in ibe last ten, yean, thoir nature, and tbe
destruction of life apd property thereby.. The nurai
ber of disaster so far atktcertained, la slated to
have beetf !5 the number. of lives lost 1,733 ;
Ihe numf "-' there were
killed on V
aCLi e"d we
Jaist of Letters
UEM AIN1NU in the Post Oih at Concord;
N.Clootheftlli uj; JanuaryhH41.
Alexander, Dr. A. F.
Rohannon, Martha -Bruner,
Misa E. M.
Brown, Robert R.
Co D. '
Cochran, A. II. 3,
Dobbins, 11. A.
Davis, John -
-y: f&g." .
Free 6i Still, .v.
Fsggoli, Mis Dza
Gorman, II. S. 2, .
Groner, Philip r,.
llotwe, Ucberry . - , -
-Ingram, Dr.' J. N. -'
Jiuninga, Dr.Wtiiaai - , -
". ' ,'UetX...:y (
Iefird, Mii. Msrarst, -c v
' Livcnaood, John 'A -" .
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McCurdle, Aroliihald t'-i ,
McRec, A. 11 -a 'il V r-i-;-Miller,:
Jaujet;'''-. . !
-..W . - w t- i ' . t v a JE -
.IHolly.aam;! ' f .
Pbifer, Martin U" C::.. i r ; '
Perkin, John E?'t 4, ;. ip
Pharrv ITwgli 1 . 7
i : -WhW-Mi' ciri' ',';
': l, WdJlifctlaAsVirtli. '-: : V
"uvu rt.. ; wedii(uetL fciirj." -.
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