I roWTESS WOT DBLE84TED TO TMR VltlTKn (TATSf Bf THH mlTITlJTIO, NOB MOHIRITRn BT IT TO THB STATES, ABB BBSBBVBO TO SI fM MCriTf.tr, OR TO TUB tROttR. Amendmenti IS tk ConttihOton, Article X .
OALISBUIiY, n. C, JANUARY 29, 1841.
Whole Number 1,075.
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pUBLlStIEDWEEKI.V:i3!r::CIlA8. P. FISIlEft,
uVr Proprietor. - ;
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at 2 P M0' dnce,or84 50, f """I
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Lmt will ss awcootiniwd until all srresregss are pawl,
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lire to notify tha Editor of wiah to discontinue, at least
orb mortr before Ud eud of ilio year subscribed fur,
wdl be considered a new engagement.
ry MvTltml eoiiaptcuouely and correctly ro
aertwi t $ 1 per square- - m or "
of litis ataad ly p) lor tha first ioseruoo. and 25 cento
foe Mch continuance. Court and Judicial advertiee
menu 25 per cent, higher than tha above rates. A de
ductKM of t enL froui the regular piicee will
La msle to yearly advertiears. OCT Advertisemeats
Mnl ,a publication, muat be marked with tba auw
h... of iiimiUoo deairad, ur they will be continued till
forbid, and charged accordingly. V ,
To esters attention, all UrUere addressed to tha Edi
tor on bosineae, mutt he free roilagt,
;,: 1 V rot-'
1WILL toll, Trwwee of John Beard, Jr., a
TR ACT f LAf? D, lying within out uwle of tbn
town of 8alibury,coiaiiiiiigfrom 180 lo 200 acrea.
Tlwre la 4( Acre ck-nred Land on it, of which
15 Acreaia nrt rate meadow, end loud
p ff.iiri hraiK-h ruMtkftr thricH .-i'hw ree"inhr
U Hie tract wood Und. Any pnrioit wiahirig lo
,M,nHiae, will plaae cull oa me, tiid in caea ol uy
biice, oo my t C. F. Fwhr.
S.li.Hnrr. frt 11.1840. II.
- , , . ,, .
U llUE &ilr.iibere reanrctfully Hifurn ha crti.
. I J ..- L I . . . U i. '
XuOOIl OUT I?OIl CHGll.
A LL tboai indebted to tb 8ubecnber, either by
Note or book account, are hereby requwated to
com lufward and flank up the M wherewithal,"
oa or before the 18th of Febman, aa 1 aa deter-
nirMid, after that day, lo aak neither " friend nor
r , a a . " . . I "" fJHSI IINI WRI1
. 7 . x -.""-..7 "- I uiue will nave lo aett
J y'TTTV r
. by Mr. John I. Shaver, nn I ha SiKtiheaet Street,
where lliey will nm-lantly keep on baud a
riety ot renKriea, eucn . ;
They will warrant their work" a nab ip not to be
aurpaaMd by any m thia bhcimu of country, aa they
have ou band a Urge anpuly of the heat materiaU;
and, alwi, in their employ firn rate workmen.
The SulMtribera wll nlao kwp eutaiitly 00 hand,
IlaroeM ol every dearriition, aa they bive
Ural rate tlri-a maker. ,
Ordera'for w.rklroiu "t ""diatanre arldrraaej lo
the ubcntra will be punctually attended lo. '.
N. B. All ktud of repairing dime ihi the almrl
eat notice. ' DANIEL 811 AVER,
. D. F. IUDKN. !
SaliiWy.'Jan. 22. 1641. Tr
Battle with K. VT. Long, Blienfl.
- JEREMIAH M. BROWN.
Buliebury, N. C, January 15, 1841. 6t
Docts. Killian & Powc,
IIAVIN'O aaeoeuted tbemaelvea tnrether, in the
il wactice of Medicine, reepectlullv ofier their ear.
vice, in all the varioua braAcbee of their proteaaion to
the poblie. QZT Their UtDce in la Mr. weat e arici
bailoiag. . - . . ,
Baliabury, N. (X, Jaaoary 8, 184L T.
AT WlrotaaaieandlleuuLal WHEELERS'.
r.n ava or narriaon'aOinlment.Berkwiih'a PtlU.
M..li'lB Pill and Bitter, llouck'a Panacea, and
Ik rnard'a leuiedy kr Bowel Comulaint, ht raie
Taken Up ejjd Committed
OTltM) the Jail of Hu'rrv County, in
DR. G. B. DOUGLAS
A VINO removed hie Office lo Bad
Dor of Mr. Cowan's brick row,
(Criuerlv occupied by Dr. Aabbel Smith,) nearly
oppoeite Michael Brown's store, politely leaders bis
prufesaioMl serrices to the puMic
Saliabury, Auguat 21, 1840. r
DR. JAMES G.WOMACK
HAVING loeaud hunaelf aernanenfly m
the Town of 8AUMBITRY, taadera bia
nrbfcaaional service to ita ei'iiena and the
ilaioiMiaii. m all iKa aarAna ktanrkaaohia am.
Rorklord. ihi the 22nd Jay of He can be fcaind at bis O&ce.on main street
veinber, lH40a rrgro iian, who 4 tbe office of the Weatera Casolinwa"
C B. At C K. WHEELER.
Wines, fym, Tobac, and Cigara,
J11M rereived and U aale, at the Sain
htrv I) rti Store. '
ttabury, Nor. 20. IMP. . .t
. CoIIoh nrn.
fl'llE Suharribers. Agents for th lxinpo Cot
1 i.M Plfirv. wtnle Mifim the miblic IU f y
on! JM received sn1 now fat for ale. wheb'
and retail, the Cotton 'roa ol Mid Factory, cm
Ming of varimie number. The a jrwn.ir qoi
tie and charaMer f.f Hie Yarn, of thia Factory ire"
well teated .and known a to need no reom
.m-mlalion fruni ua ThOM Wishing to pUT
chase rll please give ua a calL
s va me tm is Mil i r.t, nnaiu-l
VlieiY DttcriiilL (.lirisiopher,
mi) a Dial he i b' ui 85 r DO year
ef ege aio'if 5 feet 0 r 10 itiehe high ; bis com
p4etm iaa little yellow. In leu titpj.-m', he any,
baa bneo dialncxie'i. Cnni"l icr ha t mi. when
ciimniitted, brown jfna cat an" pantaloona ; he
a lao ha a crape camM cat with hint, which ia
iniieli worn, with ain r-ttier -M ehittmig.
Christopher ea he In lmigM Me Knight
on, d KairMd Dirfrict, 6. C, and It-t'i In owner
about the laxl ol March, or firal of April, 1640.
The oWner 1 rfu'Bled n riMne furwaid, pmve
pr'Hierty, oay charge, and take linn away.
A. M. KERR, Jailor.
Rnekfrrd, Sorry Co., N. C, i
. Jxmjtrv 22 1611
July 8, 184a
K have jiwt received a
I .rgf and fmk aupplv f the eelehrfted Arie f,
i..,..,m' Shaim' Unrifrn fl of all kind
i t. fL-t fir tha next tear, would do
.r.,11 inV.II or aend wo. a H.ev f like hoi
Nnven.V r U. 1(- P
v ii.ttw ,f 8alilur . oti
day td" r'ebiwary rB , b iiijt tn.
q t'MMi' Curt 'he l-ii, .w n
lO r.tvr V" w-r
ttT 't h '
UF.INO daircaia id enibaihing in aiHHin r ii,
neaa, I now offer iln- eiablilmient of tin- W it-
-niTtoToyAnytf nrs: fW eater
I do not knowoT a ut-re engiw huh'
peraiadeiMUo(eibBrktng inibe printing buat
kml ikan Wilininalon. North Carolina.
Terme accointnodaiing. Applicatuin niud be
praupaid. F.C I,,,'L-
Ovum ot Witts.
'PUB Subicriber baa an taipvatedpalawl Spindle b
I Mill, by wbicu, a'mill will do avacb bailer than
.ui. ,k. mL Cm 0 8oindWe. Il Mao eonatructed
a to keep from aeafiag or killing tl. meal in any man
... Tl.. ruriner m ao' eonSnei by the Hp.adle aa aW
waya Id proeerve it balance, and of cosrae there m ao
rubliinv of the tone.
I think, by tli improved Spindli;. th. eame water
will do at lei it one-third nwie butwaaa, and the meal
f uinrinr oualilv.
pe"re r'waKf msreBof'nJa1ew,"
ma. w Jilsiin am A IMirtU b toakint application, (wrth
in a JMirt time) to the Sulweriuer at Mrckaville, lhe
i".. V O. I think the orubahle Coat will not eicetS
" . ai l !. ,k. V.iMit .nit Kmndlfl readv fiiT U".
Tk. kJlMiina mimu liava HIV Patent Mill Bpindle
in raful operation t-CUd NX . V Keily, Thna. r
- ler. J.woh Halt irVtttam'l. foaierof Ihvie Oonnty;
liilbreth Pirkaon and Dvid 1. Rmmr of
Uharle Oriftiib of Rowan; A-W.-m Moure of IMvirl-
nd William I urry. all ol who are aiga
timrt hnuae, its I
,i1n 'I nt
tu 4v tf Row
Tia- ia d Land:
il el try David
nrh atdr of tlie
, ':l tig IBliO ol P. 0enis
iukv Itlrirkwutiilt Mi, w UL
liil Imim-r-Ale- ,40 rre .... ,
lying on the Nnh -ide '...I r.M.I, mlj ming the
abve, auhpxt to Mra. Vt w'j Ai-r. I v,l aa
the proerty 01 (J. Ur n.b 1. t -1 1 f
two Kl. I'aa. Ill ny Oaliit, mw in d wr i i. )
Giahmii, and il.e Hot iwi 'f I' A l!ie,
Llner uiihe Lank 01 t .u lr. Salatwi.'
the valu tblt) Flwili mi w inch t lwiH'
imiw iv,cM,iamiiig 150 Acres, I"
Dn W. D. Dempsy
TAKES Ibis method of loforroMig bis
friende and the public generally, that be
has relumed I roes Virginia, aod will be happy lo
receive a continuance of that verj liberal patron
age which be baa heretofore enjoyed. His office
is at the Eagle Hotel, Statesville, N. C.
December 25. 1840. ew
THE Subacriber inforrfia thej
public that be continues tbe
IN THE VILLAGE OF
LEXINGTON, NORTH CAROLINA.
He ia prepared to eiecute all descnptiono ol work
10 hislineuf bwaineaalna ferysoperinff style, sere-
rarda workmanship and materials, and certainly on
loarer ferau than ie aflorded .fy any otber. .eeUb-li-limetit
of the kind in this tegioa of country. .
Orders from a diatance thsnkfully received and
prmnptlv and fittthfully executed.
K N ATHAN PA RKS
Leiingtrm, Feb. 7, 1840. t
tht letter (s tit XwraW Ceatawrc, dalrd at
8L Hel, Scomber 2, 184a
The tsab was at this time, ia tbe presence of
' the above naoied persons, found sj aotire and per.
feci as it was itnmedistely aOer lb interment of
NapoUoo, 00 tbe 9th of Mejr, 1821, lac first
thing removed was tbe iroa railing which eoeooi
' paaaed tbe lop part of tbe tomb, and the stone co
lnf Id Which 11 had been iieorteAThe"eurAice
occupied a tpwoe of about 19 (ret by 8, covered
with three slabs of Portland stone, half a foot in
thickness, retting upoa masonry embraced by iroa
bands. These slabs were displaced a little before
two o'clock. Immediately eras exposed lo view a
wall, being the four sides of the vault, 1 loot 4
inches thick J width of tbe vault 4 feet 8 inches,
depth II rest, length 8 feet. Under the three
slab there waa a vacuum of inches. VVhea the
eaith was taken awsy, tbere was a solid laysr ef
Roman cement to tbe eitenl of 0 feel 10 inches.
In a snort time this, was all taken sway, by much
eaertioa, with chieeta. The eommiesioner, all
tha time watchful, with a number of lighted Wa
ter oa, then deaeeoded as br as the progree of the
work would allow them, for tbe purpose of ascer
taining whether sJI was right. At this Moment,
when the layer of cement had been Jreasoved, a
bed of 10f inches of masonry of hard stone was
exposed lo view, strongly secured by iron clamps,
and well ermsnted. Nearly five hours were ex
pended ia aeeompliahing thia pari of the work,
which at one time the Eagtiah cemaliaaiooer
thought be would net be able to eecepush, snd
bo therefore saw fit to issue orders lo clear away
tbe exterior earth and commence taking down the
north avis of tbe vault, in order to effect aa en
trance to tbe chamber ia which lay tbe remains of
the great deceased j but by etgbl 0 clock the ob
ject (without this operation) being noalljr sccoov
plumed, be gave directions 10 oeswu At ihie lime
the workmen bad got to tbe depth of nearly six (et.
When this mssoary had been finally removed,
there was found immediately under, a Portland
atone alsb, about half a foot thick, feet 7J inches
long, by 8 feet wide, covering and forming the np
par surface of tbe chamber. All around ibis waa
crimson velvet) and between 8 and 4 o'clock tha
procetMott moved from tbe tomb." t -
THE REMAINS OP NAPOLEON.
Dr. Guillard. who accompanied the Prince Da
Joinville in the expedition to Si. Helens, has nub.
Iwhed sn account of the exhumetion of Nauoleon.
from which tbe following are extract 1
wTbe upper part of the leaden effin waa tjheo
t and raised with the g'reateet precaution t witb-
m:b thene excellent Me.
1 afquil UO, IS Curttlk' l! cvrry
fy ptoaacd with iu performancs..
: . tf .
tMohw 25, IKO.
rpilE 8UB1CRIBKR living near lxingU Dsvid.
Win County, Uk.w Oil uialhod lo mlorui th 1 ub.
lie thai ha will enter inn contract with any rrwm, or
perwaia, either in Oavideoo. Rowan, or Ubsrm Couii.
twa, who wiah nooaea, tact.irisor any other kind ol
KiiiLl.n. .wbJ nl llruk. to build thuui aa Cheap, aa
durable, aud in a iod atylo aa any woriniau in thia
'"llowill aKmonld and burn the Brick, il wanted.-
Ile truU that hia long experience in
MOULDING AND LAYINU BRICK,
in a:iA . .kwei nl tuibhe mlrofiilf
Ho would rerr gentlemen wndnng work done in Die
lino of Bu.ioem to Hie Female Acadmny aud the new
fire proof Clerk'a office in Sali.bury.aa .pecimena ol
k.- A. b 1
N. B. . Tlioae wiahj-g work done, will plenae lrae
word at the office of the Wcstvin Carolinian, and it
Davidaon, April 1R, 1939. "
I'lIE Injih reli i.rsty i.i:
" duine have acquiiod,
dise.ine to wtix ti ti e liunii liaiut ia )iami:, ia a
mailer lamiliar with aliooet eiy nite-lient per
mw They became known by their fruits lieir
Kood worka liave leal ire d lor litem tlmv did uut
thrive by Ibe faiih of tbe credulous,
la caaee ol Utiveiteae, DapeMia, Bilioua and
Liver Atfccli'Mia, Aatbuui, Pilea, cVutrd Pains,
Kkeuinstiam, Fevers and Auoa, Uuatinale Head,
aches, Impure Male of tha FluMia, Unhealthy Ap
perance of the Skiu, Ner ua Debilitv , the Sick
neaa inri-tenttu FeiMlea ill D iicaie llctUh, rvrry
Liud iif WeakneiM ol the IWmivf Uigutia, and il
"hH geir'il "iwiiffiirTjwtiwn
tlita have mvamblv on'ved ct riam ami
speedy remedy. . Tle y iet..r,- i(jorou 'J,h'
tha ..i-r eiliiii(t(il ff .iiafiriiiT"4i "A "aiilihrTnal
will lasrrlhe LIFE PI LU.uk! putKNIX IM1
TERSVynd the reach cmnpct.titMi, 111 the ea-
ttttntiti of fVr IMt
l'rm.f ed a.id .! I, boh e and retail, Bl V, M.
B. MOFFAT'S leiiicl 0.lie, 374 Broadway
N. B. N'e are aenume in,l they have the
fac annile of J!" M..tKi' aignalura.
rt-'W-4,l Ffr4i L4 - .'"Id
Price 25 cent, SO renin, and 9i eacti, aeniru ng
to the. ! 5 and ihe Puas .iit BiHera in botlk , st
81 or 82 i-eeh. Hh lull riieclioiif
The'sa Valuable MedSnnea are for sale by --
C'KEfS t WMtER. of Salitburj.
fcPKlNOS da M1ANKLE, t'ocol, X, C.
FOR Oil ATl'l I OUS UISTRIBUTION-An
inlereati.ig little pamphlei, entitled tt MOFFAl'S
MEDICAL MANUAL, deatjjned as a Deniiwitc
IwtiltUa Iaa lliihcotitBHil"i acrurale infiwinatitm
concerning the moat prevBleol diaeeea, and I I be
most eiwrovrd n-mediea by WM. B. MOl FA I.
Apply lu the Agent.
Saliahur), N. C, October Ifi, 1640.
THE SALISBURY MANUFAC
TURING COMPANY having com
me need operation, are now prepared
lo furnish dealers with Cotton Yarn
of a euDerior oualitv on favorable tern..
aliKbury, Uee., 11, lu. " f-
" I 1 ! E Subacriber living seven miles south of Salts
a tnirv. mteMa keepinc eenstssuv en Dane, aiar
lbijund UnutaJs expressly for
so that be eea execute aay order is that Line, oa lbs I
It u mdv to .aeeute an work which ma be celled
tie in SC'GlPTURING. HTONE-CUTTlNO. EN-1
GIVING, aux, snd be aaeurae those who mey rarer
htm with their work, that unleae well done tccorduigl
lit r. iit net. I.e baa no Mt. I
A complete large Dairy Trough lor sale, cut of Rock,
P the purpose 1 1 preserving milk cool. Apply to th
ENOCH E. PHILLIPS.
November 1st. 1639. tf.
in il waa found a coffin ol wood, in verv mi iui.
and correapooding to the descriptions end recoU
lections of tbe persons preseot who bad saaiated st
tbe burial. Tbe lid of the third coffin havina
been raised, there was tmnd a limn of tin sliirhtlr
oxydised, which having also been cut th ough and
raised, allowed us to see a sheet of white tin.
This sheet was raised a it h tha greatest precaution
oy ine nanaa or ids doctor only, and the entire
body of Napoleon , appeared. : fne features bsd(
suflered so little, as lo be immediately recognised.
Tbe diflerent objects depueilsd in the coffin were
remarked in Ihe exact poailione where they hsd
been placed ; the hande were singularly well pre
served the uniform, Ihe orders, the hat, hot little
chanced the whole nereon, in lart, aoemed lo in
dicate a recent inhu ition. .The bKly reuiaine.1
exposed lo Ibe air for only, at must, tits two tun
nies iieeesasrv for Ihe surgeon totske the meawurea
prescribed by bis insiruclioue, in order to pwacive
it from, all further alteralinn.n
Something white, which appesred to have be
come detached from the lining, covered, if with
a thin gaoxe, all Ihsl Ihe coffin contained. The
cranium and forehead, which adhered atnmgly to .
tne satin, were parttculsrly stained wit i it, but
very little waa Been on Ihe lower part of the iacn.
on ihe bands, or on the toes. Tbe body of the
Emperor wss in sn sasy pueitioo, es when it was .
placed in the coffin ; Ibe upper members were laid
at length, tbe left arm and band reetine on the
left thigh the lower limha T were slightly bent:
tbe head, s little raised, rested on a cushion. The
voluminous skull, Ibe high and hrd forehead,
presented thensnlvea, covered with hard, arid ye.
low teguments cUwely adhered In them. Such
appeared also the contour of lire orbtia, Ihe upr
edges of which were furnished with the eyebrows.
Under Ihe eyelids were lilt lo b dislinuuo-hed the
se perfect as it was on the day it was laid. Into ocular globes, which bsd lost very litlle ot their
thews slabs, to order lo raise them, holes were volume or. form. The eyelids were completely -drilled
by means of chisels, snd iron rings were closed, adhered to the subjacent parts, snd were
put in, so as to lift them out. It wss now nearly hard under the pressure of the finger. Son e eye
10 o'clock, and Dr. Guillard purified the tomb with lashes were to be seen on their edges. The bones
certain preparatione be had previously got reedy, of Ibe ttoe and the tegument which covered them,
The slabs were then lifted to tbe surface of the were well preserved ; the lubes and nostrils slone
earth with tackle fsstsoed to spars, and put at the has suflered. Tbe che ks were foil. The tegu- "
side of Ihe vault, and as soon as Napoleon's coffin menu ol this pan of tbe face were remarkable for
came into sight, the French chaplio sprinkled holy their softness to the touch and their whitoueae.
water (Earn Bemtt) all over the tomb, and then Those of the chin were slightly blue, a lint they
read a psalm de profundis," al which moment ail hH borrowed from tbe beard, which bsd grown
persons present, out of ..f . irmk -off lhaic bits. aAcr . death. The chin itself hud undergone no
Tba commissioners, with their wonted watchful- change, and still preserved the peculiar type of
ees,Bgaia deeceaded into the vault, when they the face of Napoleon. . . ' .
- found the coffin of Napoleon as sound as it waa on The thin lips were parted, and three of ihe in.
tba first dsy of its deposits there, with tha excep- ciive teeth, very white, appeared under the opter
lion only of a small part ol the bottom, which was 1, wpkb wss a Utile raised toward ibe left; -The:
i eJightlr a.-t"jiJh ohssrved thsX the hands were perfect, not tovmYinvtog'fW
Bottom ot tnis ensmoer restea upon several smsii change. Although the yoiuis were sitfl, the skin
atone pillars equidistsnt from each otntr, so placed preaerved Ihsl peculiar color which Js only to be
Ibat the Boskage from the adjoining hilt jnighl pas found iaJha fivingWnJTba nail of Ihe fingera-.-....: '4-
' off without injuring the chamber. This proved to were long snd adherent, and very white. The )
be an excellent precautionary measure. The Go. leg werv in booU; but in ctmsequence of the J-'
veinor being unwell al PlanUtion House, hsd given opening of the seams, the last four toea were out j.
Captain Alexander ordera lo proceed thus tar no each side. Tha skin of these tors were of a .
without his fresence therefore, hsving got to this deed white, snd furnished with nails. The ante." 1
extent, aa officer was sent to report progress. In rior region of the throat wss much deprewwd in i
the mesa ..linsv. precautiooarjf . measures were ,h middle and Ihe, fide,,.;, lb Uy 4Urd,aod Ji '
ayiptebytheaurgeoa.TB , .
a I i - .. . ..I-, .l.nd Mn4 ItiwiL Umminm I - J . - I . I .1 . T i .
im piiwv imw-viw! i myKmmi 10 imvb previrrwu .iimrrpriP.,.t.,preast'l
- beeacerafelry tutroducer under it bhttcrfn sirfea, a,, feR arm, which I io ind to be herd and dunin
and it was afterward taken to a lent, which had i.hee in thickoeaa. As lo Ihe clotoes, lby ap.
keen pitched close by, for ita reception, at which peered with their colors, ao that the uiiuujcmof tbe
momeot the priest read a laconic prayer (La Le- borve chsaseurs of the old guard was lo bt recog J
veeduCorp egreuMy to-tr Rmmo Catholic olaed b lite darrgreen of tha oiai and it bright
forme. I red lacings. The grand cordon of Ihe legion of '
Wkaa ika mIRii kail Immi thua remnvwd. the I hmuw ik. m-.m.-i mA .k. k:i-
T - -' , !'." wn ww.-w ' 'W .in 1 IITI .HIIV
CommtaMonera stepped into Ihe chamber, in which breaches were partly covered by ihe hat, whiejivr " '
bad reeled his coffin for upwards of 19 years, was placed on ibe thighs. Tbsspauletu.thesisr, ".T-
which chamber wss ss perfect and a dry al it waa and otber decorsiions attached lo the breast, bad
oo the 9th May, 131. The outatde coffin (mabo nat their brilliancy and turned black. Tbe gokis-- ,
gany) was separated aod taken asundei, next lo crown of the cross of officer of the LegtoBlef ? V
which was one of lead in tha highest stale of pre Hnnor hsd alone preserved its polish. Vsese of v .1
servalioa. Arrangements having been previously mlver appeared betweeu tbe legs ; one surrounded
directed by Hia Excellency, in cooaeo,ueoce ef hi by ao eagle, which rose above Ibe knees Ibey
indisposition, this leaden coffin was hoisted up were fouud entire, and closed. As there were
snd placed within trie aarcophsgoasimt irom r ranee i tlhiona between these vsses and the parts ibey
for that jMirposa. Thia done, tba Governor with touched, I uncovered them a little, ibe Kma
AT SALISBURY, JANUARY 29, 1841.
Butter, HI a 12i
Beeawii, 19 a
Knscinf. 18 a
Bate Rope, 10 a li
Cotkm,(cleaa) a a
C-oflfc. 14 a 18
Flour. - 84 25a 84 60
Feather. Ma 371
FlaiMed. - 0i
ltd Ort; lt tWhlrtty;
8 a 10
60 a 02, 1
15 a 20
Salt, (be.) 12Sa8160
U0(SMk) U73B B4UU
Hteel,bliis 10 s
Do (cast s iu
11114 .....ln.hU Vlmlicinn ia fur aalo bv tne
auiwritier, al MilleJgcville, Monteoiuery ct.,
Fehroarv 41. 1M. - '
AT FAYETTEVILLE, DECEMBER 28, 184a
8 a 10
40 s 60
110 a 1 16
$4 5085 60
Lard, f 010
Naila, 6 a 7
Malt, (tMMhel) 75
Do (k) g2 50 a g387l
Sugar, (brows) 4 a 12
Do (lump) 16
Do (loaf,) 1820
Tobacco, (UaJ) 41 a 6
AT CllERAW, 8. C, JANUARY 19, 1841.
III. AM KM
9f vtwy dweHlvea for SsU, v ! dhjc
8 b 10
10 a 121
121 a lo
40 a M
K ice, (100 lbs)
11 s 124
hi Stan made their appearance, to witness too I eornmisetooer not thinkine it nshl that thev
opening of tbe iimermost coffin. The upper sur- I.Kould be' removed for tha purpose of a clearer
(see ol the leaoeo coma waa men careiuny re- examination."
moved, when another mahogaay one waa discov.
ered in a inost excelleot atato. . iaa tia or ins in. i ARRJ.VAL OF
ner one iromouiareiy uoai me mumin n j.pir tI1E SEINE,
loon, made of abeet tin, superficially rjorroded, was ' ..
next lifted. Then appeared a white eatia envoi. Tbe Havre Jmrnal gives IB account of the en.
oping tlir-bodrrwhich aalm wm tho aurgeoo- of tl lenwrna-of Napoleon tat the Seine. -himeelfTenvwed,
and tha mortsl remains of the he'r P"lt rroo On T"-
treat deeeassd were exposed to view, to several day the weaiber was storrrv, amJi fears were en.
who knew him, andesvera! who knew him not The tertained thsl the passsge from iTherbourg would
feature ol the Creicau Lieutenant had to all sp- nkull I but ss night came oojlbe wiud eubsi.
aearaie euOered but very little, for ibey were A I tba weather cleared. The eoovoy ar.
readily recognised. General Oourgaod on behold nfi al Havre ia the evening, and rataamed la ba
ing there axclaiined, Good I very good I ! " And twxsJa. At mt Jwerday morning the drama of
the seversi articles, picture. dtcM Ate., which bad National Guard aad ihe garriwoa beat the re ,
-Veew plaeed srowod hira-witHte the ooffW, epeeared vaittareud be-haU assMiaoeeety-ihe whole popti.
aalhey wre on the day of interment. Nape, latwo of tbe Iowa and eovirona were assembled on
leou's handa were in tbe same position and place tba piers, on tha height, and along the hore, ea
ia which hi faithful Bertrand bad nearly twenty y looking out for ihe funeral cortege,
wears before plaeed them, and looked in high As the light increased, tb vesael became per.
aula of preservation. Hm order, h's uniform, hie fptible. The Nnrmandie steamer with tbe body
cocked bat, which hss ever been identified with hie on board, waa distinguished taking the lead,
person, were but vary little injured by ihe hand dressed ia her clothes. 8he was followed by the
of lime, and tha whole wore the air of very recent Seine and tha Courrier, tlie Rodeur cutter remain,
deposits but part of the satin appeared to Wave ing at large. Al seven tha convoy passed within
insinuated itsell into the akin of the fare. Two a abort distance of tbe jetty, tunning st a quick
-minutes only elapsed (of thia exposure, which was rale, impelled by lbs wind and ink, with verv lit.
chiefly lo afford tha surgeon time lo use certain He steam on. General attention was turned ex.
pteventativee to further decomposition. ' Tbe tin clusively to ibe Norraandie, which made a inajea.
coffin was then closed and soldered, tha mahogany tie appearance. The coffio, covered with aa ia
one secured, aod the leaden one soldered. The oroide red pall, and surrounded by burning lights,
P otber leaden one withia and belonging to tha r waa tba most atnkieg object. The sun coming
eophsgus sent from France, waa likewise soldered out just at this momeot, added greatly to the s fleet
' ' and sealed, when Ibe sarcophagus was locked, and of the scone. -The Journal sdds that, unfortunate.
tha key then handed to Comta da Chabot, the lv, the arrangements made for the lining the jet
French Commieeioiier, by Captaia Alexsnder, tha ties with National Guarda, for firing salutes, 4tc.
English Commiasiuoer. Tba sarcophague, after were either badly mad or tardily executed, so
some formalities of expression between the Com that tha National Guards were, not preaenl wbea
mission re, was tbea placed on tba bears and tba convoy passed, and the municipal and other
covered with. thpell (a vary rich one ajada of authorittca came tanning out fa the pier just ft tb
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