y !nat, io
l in, snd
mi ua las
4 yropltry flu J the fulfilment. Sow several
.-ear ago, whon be was the oracle and idol of
whiggery, Nicholas Biddie in an oration befort the
Literary Society f Princelon, New Jereey, in
pouring oul the vials of hie denunciation ilpon all
who opposed bie plundering opeMttou, made thin
remarkable prophecy I
m The avenging hour will at last come. It can
not be thut our free nation will long endure the
t ulnar dominion of ignorance and prifiigary. Y no.
.will live see the laws re established. These
' banditti will be scourged hack to ihe'r caverns.
i 'fhe penitentiary will claim its fugitive, an I the
nnlv remembrance Which history will preserve ol
ihe'm, is ihe energy with which you reacted and
defeated them." ,
The avenging hour has come at last, according
to the prediction, and" whether the laws are re-es-tablialied
or not, the penitentiary has claimed as
its fugitives, Nicholas Diddle and his accomplice,.
charged with stenlingjind swindling. Although
his financiering " has turned out to be what is
vulgarly cnlled roguery, who' will say ihat Nicho
las has not proved a true prophet I , , , '
' -i " " : '
How are the mighty fallen ' r
The political history of the United Suteefur-
hishes no inteneo more sinking of the uncertain 1
iv xf human grandeur, than we have exemplified
in the lite of Nicholas Bild:e. In the palmy days
of his greatness and glory, when -he was buying
up political, pajiers, and political men throughout
the country, who was there then like unto Nicho
las Bid-He! . lid was in literal truth, their great
Idol 'of Whiggery he was the greatest Kuan
cier ii the world," he was the money king,'
nnd men were vehemently execrated by bis parti
m, if the dared to even question hisinfallibili
ty in any matter appertaining to finance; every
Whiif from the Congressman down to tlis villnga
loafer, was wishing nun fo be made Secretary of
the Treasury :if le was but kt the head of that
iVpartmenl, said they, what glorious times of
prosperity we should have. II be'lhen chanced
to visit Washington, the Whig 'members of Con.
pre thronged his levees night and day J if he
went to New. .Yoik City, hi entrance jwss lr
tiinpltiil, and hi path was etrewed w.th.flowers
(lie Whig merchants treated him with obsequious
attentions, and made haste' to feast )im, and to
fete mtn.-.Tliiiy listened in his woruVaa oracular,
nnd yielded to hi judgment above that of all men
living. Ttie. Directors of the Kink it self, gave
hi ii a lonjtf silver plate nut of the money of the
st.ickholders. All this tiniejhere was nobody like
Nicholas Biddie. ' But mark Ihe revets. A
chang hr come ever all. He it now fallen
filled ! lie b.i no longer money for bribery, and
corruption, and thin talisman lost, Ilio sceptre of
power has departed from "him eveo bis Whig
v. shipper bavo become hi revilcr. end he i a
candidate for ihe Feuitenliary 1 But yesterday
f.iUicd, (lutt red, sought and sued," now brand
td n thief and swindler, abandoned and dee.
pKvl by all defended by none.
It is beyond diite then, at law; that tfte De.
inocratic party were always right in urling
J lit hnnejjty and denouncing the trickery of (his
n an. Are honest men ready for' a nut her "Biddie
I. ink, and another DmUie " nnancietji ; ro. man
-Bjb. it. L..,.- '! i 1J1 L
" Mr. ConHy RajeN. in bis treslise on curren '
' v VkI bnkiui. bus a chapter on the circulation' of
ii ill ll.uik note.' R i if u I lays dowu that the cir .
e ilstion nfcgniii and silver in a coftnlry will be pst
m-proporiioq to lha S'nallnc'ss of the s im of t' e
Hank n-aes uthofit"st'by,.Cfiiti
l!tVi1.; "I'aliK iloie bi:inir suntily promws m DhV
k-ii', are the repre-ciitaiivi or. siiblute lir
njipcie by conqu-Brfi the ciri ulajion of the nts
col-niU lai'erl'-c-ied 6p mi tW banishment uf the
-iii'." Stitte'tituin. "
Nuihnig can be more ee r tud unquestionable
liian tins'; yl the reason ignTiL by shinplsster
ker, and pointed lT on the credulity of the
ann.uiuiy i, iharfaper lrali nuiat he lued tfir
change in the absence of sp eif, annVtnjMipply it
piseo, wlnle the very eirculatn ( the-rag cur
reticy actually drive out the' ecie, which I f',
ws seaice in propurtion W the . auuiMlanoeg of
tnall notes. ' . ' '
, TREASURY. NOTES.
IX. the ptopl recollect how the Whigs m 1940 used
topraJe in their npp.ip-rs larjTreuury Nuts' pic
Kirei-, anil csllBicni the loco-fiieo currency fur the rich,
ir! a'me lliem a Hi ' Suh-Treitury bill," which tfifl
!'iii.icrtte pirty aintrJ to nttitut for ban I notes 1
Wi'lj, iheac Mine Federal Whigs liave emptied the
!'ib!.c Tn-aury of everydollar by their profligit ex-
vugance, and now (ee Caigntional priK-errtings)
!V-t hv actually propnemi to make a new wiue of
rite miUloHg of dollar of the veiy SubTresiiry
D'tW ttaary denounced, and ahominlel as ihe " nth
!," cuYrency ! They were not humbugging the
','le tlieii nur did they believe them to be ignorant
C"H. t)h nu! ' . .'
OCT tne of the Federl Whin Senators in Con
f " Mr. M.m head, of Ken ucky, lately n markid
w Hie course of duhate.hu.t ''the tendency of a paer
; carreury is to an insstuij.le increase it npiK-lile
j Rruws with what it leeds uptm." That is a fact
cne always urged by the Democratic parly, and ol
self aii- argument incontrovertible and sufficient
against giving the public anoney, and the ijsioe
od the t-ft-dit of tha United Ssates lo a National
I' oik iu em-ourage thi-" tunduiicy (o an insatluble
tncr4!w " of a paper cuirenry, evef flucfuatmg
pndintheend irredeemable and wnrtfiles. We
Icaiinot suffirieully aduiire llm admirable cflrrt
bich the ,in elections have had upon some ol the
" hig leader in eiiliulitnin them on ihe aubjects
lof , bunks and
iV"ig thing touching Ihese matters, that twelve
knths ago, would have branded ibem as toco fo-
F of the W(ji h,tU
bT We say ifihir Federal Whigs csie any
"nR ',,ut kwuint' Mr. Senator Manvum in their
I'K, tlty had belief wntch him J hey know hi
r 'sjon to minority. Hear his last confession
" 'he Sub Treasury in bis speech t " In regard
ul) 1 icaMiry Mr. M. observed, ihat he had
first fcrraed his opuiion of it while in t. ivtv life,
aud he confessed that it then stru. P Mm that,
considered per e, in the language of tun Court, it
was a measure whose benefits were more enhanced
by its frieii:!s, and whose tvilt wire more, exagge
rated by ill enemU$, than truth yould'juttify."
,Wa call tins tailing back ."tliroe ptua-a in the
rear " Irum tue Uie Whig honor o( that measure
A Sjh of Thunder.
A WuHiington cereHinilu.!t of the Ka'toigh
Register give a inot " B(.ui,literou" account of
certaio oraUiriuai acbievureiil ol two f Hie Rep.
feseututivca fi, ih ld North Stats' in the Cm.
grew ol the Uuitod Siatrs ilie Hon. Mr. Stan
ly, and the Hon. Kenneth lUver.. .The latter
gentleman however, figurerns the principal beru of
Ihe occasion. Oar back'wooJ reiidera can have
no idea what astonishing men the old Nortji State
has in Congress, nnd for their speojAl edification we
might print the Register's lettur, but that would be
carrying the .juke' too fr at the evpense of our
space. ... The writer alter a.eulogy'of Mr. Rayner's
speech which would be considered extravagant
applied to any other living nr'ntor, declares that by
Ibe. tfjunder an I lightning uf hiseloquenco, he first j
drove otie of the members, Mr. Irwin, mdd, and
then drove hiui out of'tlio Hoine. Shade of
Cicero, what doings, were these . In imagination,
we see poor Irwinlike good old Ieat exposed to Ihe
fellings uf- the pitiless storm uf ortl jry ;bis
lotkn sre'mld his jes ate starting from the
soikets with diead and horror, he gnashes bis
teeth, and loams at the -mouthhe is driven
"to iiiatlsjesK." lie tries to, stay in the lloue,
hut nut Jupiter Tonans from the swamp lends of.
North Carolina, JiurU his ulu so thick and last,
uHn1iiin that be i forced to " cut aud run,' he
siartsfor the door and run oft, and for all that
we kuruv Kf miybe runnjng yet.
If Mr. Rayncr continue the practice of fulmi
nating on forks in thia manner, something ojght
positively to be dona to prote'cl the fights of the
member, ft is certainly too bad to be "driven
In madness," and then duven out of the House
besides; not I hat wncare'a fig about this Mr.
I win, who is only one of tin. Tahflite, and no great
thinijiaV bent, but then we value" the rights ar.the
people wiiom -he reppesrnts. Such unwarranted
- preiHling -trmst be checked Tit wVcerMir down
at the start, or there is, no knowing wHat may be
ibis end ;-nt is wore, alnolutcly worse ''than .the
fight between Wise and the "gallant Stanley.'
We rejieiii, it must" he stopped, otherwise some of
theae times the ll'sa- Kemitth KHyner may de.troy
the' whole. Government with hi thunder end
lightning." ,2, .
. . TheSpeeck ititlf it print.
After writing the above, we. opened a paper and
finding the vpeeh itself arlengin, we felt in honor
bound to read it a' thing we very seldom do with
Well, wo have actually read it through, and it
has ooled us down mont rip ciuallv. If Irwin,
permitted uch a cpcecli as this to run him mad,
he never could have had liWch sanity, tha( i all.
Aa reported.it is a dull prosy-dosy .srl of an
ion, vi vi i'iv
travelling orators of 1940. Its tropes aie like
jhelro of jbe songsuiig iU.tbo.BadordH
Krrni iiissaaasaiiiiss sanii m iiir ivh inuiuinr nuisi
biM-n all eXpeuded oo poor JiaTin fur ouoe of.
il ia to bt fbuuJ inthe speech
This shyws wbat aVonderful diflerence there is
bet wren be iqtwf litJJuoJWt-teN atTelrttrv
rJand as reported. Tbe reNtrtcr of the speech
must h.vs done gist injuauce to the Hon. Mr.
Ksyne?". Wby the fellow never cubld kv stud.
riedLlndley Muir)', niuctl li-ss tbu rules of eloca
But after all, we are pleased with some.tliings
'the speej li,eveu"a reported, and we hojii: ail the
Federal pip..r in theVate will; follow ihu.exam-
nh- f ihe R.i-ser B,J ,.hl.'.a It. V. .m
r . sv ' :
much taken with Ihe 41 prufouud profuuJiiv" ol the
.Tr'gumenrs,'as with souk) of the seoiiii'enlsl The
following (or exspipls i - .
?- ' But if the increase of he Tariff was intended
solely fisr the protection ofJbmtic manufactures,
, then he was utterly oposed to any such measure.
And he warned gentlemen now, however much hit
warning m.ghl bedisrgarded.ud per!p autfbed
atjiy gentlemen who were oV.,r,n,nell to stick In
. 'their plan u't .all bainrds, ihat Ine act would Im re.
..linnJ';,.:,.:: ... .1
Now lhi.ipunky, and looks a little hkeglorl
oils Nullification. HereaHer, let the Federal
Whigs of Congr'ss dare lo put any more Tar ill
on u ; let 1hein have the tefherity to undert ibe it,
and we shall have no need for Culhmni nullification. ;
the Hon. Kenneth Rncr wi: stati'd up, and M thun
der" ihe'iq into muieuity.
i I ritgettnce of. Jejirrn."
In Ibe late Bjieech of Mr. Mauguroin.i ls found
thia expreswi ai : ' When the vengeance of Jea -
vtn dctctndld on the man of their carrier, i47 rnr
rxperruyiOT a intrty trere defeated It seems
then that Mr. M, consider the death of (seneral
' Harrison' .as a visitation ol Ibe " v.-ngeanee uf
Hoavon " on the whig party. The word rengeance
is defined to mean pnninhmtnt, prnnl retribution,
for some offence committed. We arc left to con
jncture fur what particulur sins ol the parly Ihe
vengesnce of Heaven was looked upon them.
Whether it was, tor the corrupting influence which
the bird cider rcvuls exerted in promoting tlruftik
enncss, and debuiiching the public mora1; or for
tbe lldgitious fulsehoods rurulatedsn Dale's speacli
and otherwise; or for the general disregard of
honesty, law, and religion in the piic laying, cor
ruptions, Iraml, and deception resorted to by the
whig leaders ill' 18 10, to carry their points. Mr.
Maugum believes, fur he Iris said it, that some sin
brought down 'lie vengeance of Heaven upon tbe
whig party so heavily, aa lo detent all their ex pec
tnlion for ibe futuro. We shall noi unilenake lo
dispute ihissuweriiou, soaholutely mule. Certain
it is, ihat no pnrty was cut before, Ux suddenly'
stntik down fion Ihe hfigbt of , jiower, nnd nn ei
ufpoliticalVadersai utterly (LfcaleJ in all tbnir
expectations and huh. But shlmugh we are ih
by any means to be understood as questioning Mr.
Mangum's declaration above, yet it is our private
opinion that the net nf the Extra Session deSll
the final and .clE-ctuul uatl blow to the hopes ol
whiggery fr the future.
. ' 'MORE TJIUNDER.
One of ourtSenators in Courvu, the grandilo
quent Mr. ftfnngum, it would Vein, is not willing
In ret Mr. Rayncr liava all the thunder to liiiiir lf
accordingly, bo has ronie wi'li, a " thuuut-ring
speech ? of his own ngainat Mr.. Tyler and hi
Exchequer project. The Whigt are delighted with
this speech for She Venom it cuuliiins sgninsl Tyler,
snd lucre sre.imrts of it that' the Democrats bnve
no reason to dmlike. Some of Mr. Vlangum's no
lions abtjut Banks, we conaider corrrcl, and indeed
formerly, be was unli bank in tilrtmi, as maj lie
seen jn his written confession of faith to Gen. Wih
son ; but last winter, to induce the whigs to elect
bim to the Senate',' he agreed to recant all his for
mer faith, renounce allnia pjofued psinciplea, and
vote for banks, tweafuiei, corporations, or anything
elselhey uiiglil require of him. lie is now veer
ing bacji again, and if the Federal whigs do not
watch bim cloudy, he wjll soon give theiu the slip
entirely, a la Abraham Renrhertt ' -
, W have, in our life, read aeveral of the speeches
of Mr. Manguin, and we must say, that we never
did, gnd cannol,adinirc his style of oratory ; he
seems to bo ever on a laborious and painful strain; -
always pn . si ills, reaching after souie glaring aud
high sounding figure of speech, nrsoinVTar fetched
historical allusion, of which weill give an-exam-plo
bye and bye,) in short, his oratory is of the
turgid, ranting sortr of the character called gran
diloquent, alwaya pleasing to school boys highly
captivating lo Sophomore, but rather ridiculous
than otherwise, to jtiaturer mind. How immense
the diflerence, and how striking ih'e contrast be
tween his labored declamation, and tbe manner of
the logical, clear-headed Calhoun, or nf . Wright,
lor Buchanan, or tbe much abused, but powerful
Jn (he speech bvCiro us, we are glad to find partt
that are an exception to his general manner. The
following extract ia an example. The ideas are
goodand ifiey are expressed in.'blain Eoclisb.
.wa commend the whoe extract lo the tiotice of
ihe Whigs of the last legislature oi Nortfi .n
rolina. '. . .
" The people had been utterly disappointed.
tbe meautre pruiiosed by their Irieuds in Comrremi
aa the only panacea for tbe public ills had heeu
offered, adopted, and vetoed at the Extra Session.
Ahd here Mr.. M. must be suffered to say, that,
iinougn voting lor that measure, be had alway
fell treat doubt in retard to ii immediate ctn.
cieiicy. if had had his own misgiviuga as to its
effecting at once all thaj good which it friends in.
ibmr sanguine moment promised themselves, and,
perhap thoughtlessly, promised to other. He
haqnever beui t friend to bacfVs; be bad oevei
touched a bank by any vqte ol iii's until last sum
mer. Tbe entire system was bottomed on such
principles tint it appeared to bun to carry its own
death within itself. . The measure which the ntii
j fiBu propoacu, no oeneveq, miiu luueu ni'tigate,
ana lor a tnqe repress the evil connected with it.
Jl miglu -WttbMiuHl-aoniething of lhai surire likii
wuh.wkjeli the mad excesses of the aystem
i. . '
" But' there still a'ppeared lo him to remain one
great desideratum, which' nothirfa bad a le'l beon
iWrTrnunprVand that was, a principle within the) t
J ! systeuj. itself which sjawjeVitj
elve umucs, and prevent Ihose fearful aliernations
ol expansion aM contraciioo which so shook the
system of public credit, and spreud such 'frequent
ruin throughout' Ihe mercantile community. If
a'nyjsuch remedy hnd jel been discovered. Mr. M:
was onncquainted with it, aud it certainly had never
been applied. -Whatever miirht be said of Ihe reo
, ulanng power exencd over the State iutitutiina
by a Baijt uf the United Stales and such anlnsli
,ul',M,.f eIerl ,,,a! Pme lu w"in extent-;
" ' "egree oi cuuiKWiiee
j which the public . might n'poee in any of ihese
Mate anks, ihey were invariably disposed to push
Iheirassues loex.tfemes. .Mr. Ms-was no hank
agent nor bank niacb!iiist,'and he. admitted that
the tendency of a Uuite.l States GUnkm i-xerliug
regulating power; would be io break such t.Pihe
Stute banks as wers) e-rntiallr unsound an opr
tion which, however Kilutary in ibe rnd, could
'te" '"; f
voived hi aubscribiug
not lut bo attended with a vast amouut nf privaln
peClive vicinities. The mere
al. which was ueasjssiiritv in-
g lo so greal a nuuiocr ol bank
was id itself a great evil, and must neces-tartly pro
dure great stricture in the money market. Then
tdexpl'SjiiMi of rotten hank which inu-l nece?w
rny;accompany a reiorm in ine currency would be
productive of great calliniiy.. On the whole; he
believed that, tho. coinummty had gone so fur in
Iheinuliiplication of banks, aud hi all those habits
to hich this gave rise, fhal it would requires
long course of vearto bring the country b xk In
a wmnd monetary condition. For ihese ex'ended
aud inveterate eTii Uoveriimeul .iHeftd hn ni-
tnacta: li niiuhi do soineilnni! bv Ihe ttufilu.h.
! meil nf a well-reuiilated Nulumal Bunk: tmi evrii
, under the eflocl l soch, a measure many evil iiiul
lstill connnue to exist. Nothing could rfl'ectua Ily
red.-em the nation, nothing could ever restore the
Hm.v ') . her sist prosK-rily, but pauent la
bor, general li'ihits of economy, and the retrench
mem ol individual cxpoiidituie. ' , " "
" Kul now w hat did we behold ? In tfie - li
tressed and prostrate con itiou ol the whoe bu-i
nesj of the country n condition rendered still
more diKlresMiig from the defeat olVvery plun of
relief e had now a prop el started, of which he
would again say that it was the bold st posh for
absolute power which the people of this country
had yet witnessed ; and, further, which waa Ihe
most portentous bribe to bo found in the history ol
modern limes. Y'es, a brilw; the most ojn-n and
biirefaced that ever warMIered. M mauv nirts ol
ihe courtiry Ihe Peflle wete sleeping m a volcano;
their condition was in .lie last degree distressing
nnd daouerou; they were, in lact, almost beggai
it ; and when once a man was made a boi'jmr, a
very slight tflorl.was sullicicnt Iu render linn a
stsve. In their necessity they hfied up their eyes
in the Government for aid. And what , was it now
projMxed thai the (overmiieut should do ? Step
forward and oiler lliem a bank, with nmoey fucih
ties far greater and fur b Her rab uliited fitr the
easeineul of their distros and the;" relief of their
immediate wauls than any ' National B.ink which
I their best friend hud eijir devised."
. Tins is all (rue doctrine, and spoken in plain
language, . We will riow give'an extract from the
same sjieech, a fuir specimen of bis grandilo
quent style j
" Mr. M. said that here there, was an Adminis
tration professedly Wing, wbiok came forward and
planted itself upon a measure which derived its
origin In part from the very highest authority evi
er claimed by General Jackson, and in part from
the Intellectual ingenuity ol another scarcely less
dislinguisiied Thus on the other. . , '
Under. )ch circumstances he ennfessod that
he had no hope of wjuj any thing done for 'the
curruiiey. There remained a harrier yet m tbe
way. . When Ihe vengeance of Heaven descended
on the man of their choice all their expectations as
a pa-ty were at mice defeated, and they found in
the chief seal of uowor a man who had with them
no sympa'.hy. Under cVruinitaiKva like theni
wlirft hope rould' be. cheUhed t If, iudeed, the
same vengeful stroke had descended on another
head, and by nmt ablnw the first and the second
choice of ihe People had both fallen, it was posi
ble that some of our Lilliputians, fellows, of two
and a half inches high, who were now. endeavoring
to thirow their feeble, aitenoated, gossamer threads
round about Ibe umnly limb aud muscles of otic
who was tolhoin aa' an intellectual giant, rtnght
have been marching ahmir with hich airs of ihi-'J
and triumph in the Wbtjf tfaclt and under t, Whig
banner. But, alaaf.be lived Richard Cauf'de
Lion yet lived, and the Devil was unchained : and
King John, instead of looking ; to the w'elfsre of -the
State, was buV onlv in the elTort to surround the
common enemy with barriers ;andljsadoiy Ye,'j
nc uvea, ana nts coia, suaoow whs inrown across
these LilliMHiMn be. roes, sndthey shrank and
shivered in the chilling shade' Though we had a
Tilier and a Goose 'creek, we had no Tarpeinn
rock ; bus .hajl he tkrnwn liiir!sclf,Cprtius like,
into the gulf, and 'nobly perished Tor tho salvation
of his country, there might have been some hope
that these 'gentry would haveeondubted ihe' Go
vernment on'thn. principles which the People bad
sanctioned. - And who could tell 1 perhaps tbere
might be a hope yet. ' A laugh. J ; :
What a medley 'of. ideas and figures are here
mingled iogethcr it) " beautiful confusion." First,
he represents Captain Tyler as standmg aafryie the
poiilicatfcodiack like the brasen man of Rhodea
who guarded bf entrance to theharbor;"1 with
one toot on the one side, and the other on the otti
cr." , Tlten he talks of the"1' vengeance of Ilea.
Alfn "'which "descended on the man their
clinics." Next -he introduce ua .& coujpany of
Lilliputian trlwo and a. half incbe biglir-witb
"feeble, attenuated, gossamJlr Ihreads," which
. these little fellows are trying to fasten around the
legs of his intellectual giant.? He then, loses
sight of the little'ones, introduces Richard Casur
. de Lion, the Devil and King John, and com
clules his variety by parading before us Curtius,
Ute Tiber, and Qoose Creek.
What a huddle of images, and crowd of allu
sion in one single paragraph ; yet. this is really
a lair specimen ot Mr. Manguurs manner of
speech making. .
Prenentmenl quanhed. The presentment of the
Grand Jury of Philadelphia in Uie case ol' Nicholas Bid.
die snd others was qusshed on the ground of irregular
ity in the proceedings. This decision bus reference en
tirely, to the course of the. Jury, snd it was distinctly
stated by one of the Judges that the quashing 61 the
ntmerrrwOTluTkw necessarily "deler or retard tor
ther proceedings in the matter. .Tbe following is tbe
f- bing portion of tbe report oi tbe Grand Jurr to the
I t!nurt before retiring
" After having tbe-rnosf positive, clear and conclu
sive lestiinoiry .ol rerpectsbls witnesses, pnsscasinir s
knowledge ot tbe ansir ol the inptitulioo, sstq,lhe
seuted te the Court; lnrlmmenseuhiary Tne of
. uur iuiiuw viirniuBuj n tnjriii in 1111; utun iceuie
snd delenceles character. TLs deep stigma cast up
on our city by- tho sueuges violation of duty.
urged.lhe .Grand Jury to give lo thia iinportaat aubjeel
Me deepest examuisiion. . a
' " This transaction has no parallel in the history ol our
. conn try, and a failure ot such vart mgnitude was nev.
er before known in Ihe world il hss injured the cred
l of our city snd Stale abroad, snd disbooored. her
proud nainsAi if tbe profligate abusd of investments is
to be considered ih society t s mere breach of trust,
and the squandering of tfnrlunds of our public charities
' lett by. benevolent persons for Dieafieneral good cannot
e protected by the arm of tfs la w if tha aged are to
be deprived of tlieir support, accumulated by years of
industry tbe widow tube impoverished, and the or
phan to be lett destitute the sooner tbe community is
, convinced of it the better. . ' . ' ,
M Tbe excitement ot the public mind, in consequence
of tbee repeated abuses, and the doubtful mfnagemcnl
of other institution, call fur prompt and decisive acljnn
by our Cyurta of justice to brinlhose persons if guilty
to punishment Tlist the Presentment has beenquash
ed we regret inasmuch aa it hss prevented tbe parties
implicated from receiving an immediate, fair snd iin'
partial trial - before a Jury of tbeir country, and their
guilt or innocence established; and that it precludes
our proceeding soy further into certain police transsc
lions to wnich tho attention of tbe court has been elU
. ed, snd in which every citixeu is deeply interealed.
" The Grand Jury believed that they had discharged
their duty ; it how rests with others to discharge theirs.
In taking leave of the honorable (lie Judges'of the court,
with Ihe .highest feeling of respect, and tendeiing to
the Attorney General our thank for hi invaluable ser
vice during our inquiry, we feel satisfied in knowing
that there is still s way in which offenders may Ur
brought to justice, and an
injured couiuiftiity receive
Your uboilieul servant,
. T. 11. TOWN, rurenierf.
Attest John P. Vcrrc, Secretary.
'Uranil Jury Konm,
. The Mobile Chronica .mentions Ihe arrival of
03 bales of cotton tn that city, which were floated
down the Tombigbce and Alabamu river accord
iug to a new uivwuIkmi for lianspor'ing thnt staple
to market. . The plan I to" envelope the bales each
one in an India rubber cloth ling, throw them into
the water, and lash them together wilfr ropes.
The Chronicle states that the raft of 03 bales men
lionet), weighing, over five hundred, drew only
about three, and a hilf inches of wster, and occotn
plished the passage dry, and in good order.
fOB fHB WtSTtBX CaOt-IMIA!.
Ma. I'm ma : The following little dialogue, which
.took place a few daya ago, between a Twn tisnlleirtan
that sol, a goods, and s countryman that worka the plouehy
will show in what estimation the syomanry begin-to
hold the nainu lVAur
Tiei-Ofarems. What. von lay you area Whig t
'arwer.-.Ye, I do say o,-l toll you I dou't believe
in Whiggery. , '
. - 7'oie-(i'mfemar. Why, then you have shandoned
ttkt. Imlh lit Ufill l-j.lliAr. i.l.l J.kltik. I '. H.r in In.. I
inue. he via a ctiiaiar WhiL'.
I armer. en, I kuo hu.t-s lcm lie vj
.... . . . .
genuine Vbig, but I tII you, elf, be was no rscooti
Whig.- , - ., ; ; . :
.This Farmer uaderstanJ tbe matter: be kuows
that two limits may have the same name, and not be
the same thing. - -
I nave no count inai mnnmnaj or nonrsi men wno
tesd sstrav bv the name of VVIhi?. but new Ihe scales
are falling off their eyes, and we see them turning their
suck on ther deceiver, and returning to the good old ,
faith. Tfmtl i joighty snd will m the end prevail-
' A 73 vy iuu.
' - , , ' Oasxamafrsjss?.
A Arts Ttsri scMtiwraf If-ISIA Mas the Legi.
ature ot North Carolina at a early a day as may b
practicable the. next Session follow Ihe notilo and
patriotic court pursued bv our sister Ktate of Sou(li
Carolina in rejecting Clay's Bribery Jtill, passed si Ibe
lit mart rxtiaordiiiary Session of Congress, snd thus
indignantly hurl back into the race of the tvderal lhe.
tator and his adherenrs, the mauitmg suhsiuy with
which the htve dared siteuipl to buy op Ibe Irve dU
suvereigii fiUUs bl this Upisu - ,
4 . ,,"v ..., A' Woaaiasj M.
t nyettnille Mtrkct. There baa been considerable
tctiviiy in our market the present week. .Cotton, not '
nmro coming in, is selling it i to 0 Cenjs, no ensnge in
price, but,' purchasers juerS inelined im tsk bold.
Brand, peach, is scarce) vey Jiitle Qf gnud quality in
uia'rket, srWi sells eadily st 40 to 60 cents Apple, lift
to AO een's. beiniranr advance' tss last ataitations, tbe
.stack. IsA Coiisidnrablv reduced and a fair demand.
lVtii-key,vbut iftl Cmingii, W ort hand light,
fselln.g at 3(1 to Jt-'J. Bacou, sumll lots of new hats
tweo voidest to ceuts: not mucb alemsml. Bee,
wax, 'i7lo8 cent. sells iiuica. Batter.l'Ji tul5eeab,
a gixsj supply on band. Corn, very. little coming in awl
tells at 4 g tu 50 cents. riou, 5 50 to B 50, sells rea.l. '
ily, stock on bapd small,- Feathers; sesree, sell readily
at :i5"to 40 .cents Flaxseed, f 1 35 la l 40. Tbe
season for sliipment will soon close; Farmers in tbe
in'ermr holding jhent would do well .to bring them in
soon, as a decline in price will probably take plsctsoun
after the shipping season close. -. Hides, dry, 12 to
It cents, green, 4 to 5 cents.' Lard, small parcels of
new have been sold at 6 to 7) cent. Oats, jL'f lo 35,
scarce. Rsgs, 2 cents. Tallow, r0ceDlt . Tobacco,'
teat; '3 fo 3J lent. Wool, 15 to 20. cents. Wheat,
l t$lL a small advance. AorA Carolinian', ,
L'3TsrgT!IL,jiiaai fMajaBjejjai jsgj- api;;
- , .. '-.
' In this County', on the 6th lnUnt,by the Re. J. W.
Hull, Mr. ALEXANDER AG.NEK to Miss LOKK1'
TA CAUBLE. ......
In this Town, st the Fsctorv. on the 13th inetsnt, by
Jeremish M. Bmwrr, Esq., Mr. J.NCUB. WEAVER
to Miss LAVIMA ItOKMBAKuttC ' -
In Cabarrus County; on the fltrth nllimn, by (he Rev.
Angus Johnson, Geo. WILLIAM C, MEANS to Mis
CATI1AR1.NE JANE BARRING ER.
S aWsbuT aW" Academy r
'PHIS Institution wilVbe opened for the reception f
1.' pupils, under the aupenntendance of tbe under
signed, on tyondsy, the 47lh instsnt Jt is contempts,
led lo establish a permanent school, jn which a thorough
English and Classical education may be Obtained '
' Terms : For the Session ot fia months.
Trimsry Department-Restling. Writing; &e., flO 00 '
Mathematical snd English Department, inc I tr
uing the Natural Sciences, Algebrs, Ueume
try, Biveying. 4c ,. ... . i. 00
Classical Departiueul comprising the 11 ib
snd Ureek Langusea snd literature. Ml 50
. Nu charge will be made ft eintingrree$, and pupil
will be required lo pay only from the time of iheir en
trance. . J. CLARKE, Principal.
Hslwmiry, ty. C , Jsnuarf 14, w
ALL liiose indebted tojhe Administrator of Joseph
Cowan,' d-cM., by note or oUterwisc, are hereby
requested iaMUofwafdaninke psynient betwren"
now snd February Court, or else they may expect to
settle with an officer, ss tbe business of the estate mast .
be cksssrf. - - R; tOCKET Agent
Rowan County, N. C," January 14. 1442. t
Laborers If anted.
Fti iltctj, no mlir o? hands Jq urk. at.-
. shW WilfflMli Ti.iji,,. .1 I '-l'.lJ.II-
Davidson County. The Visual wsges'will be giv
en, and the hands will be paid" off weekly, or
monthly, as they may wish Good board may be
had near the mine onveasonsble terms.
T. PHILLIPS ALLEN, Age.
January 14, 1942. tr.
r-.-...J!-f ...ii. i ii. ..,
Arrlrals and-Departure! of the Mails
,' at, and .from, Salisbury. ' t
' ' t '-T TTii a
Northern, Sunday, Tue.
Northern, Monday, Wed
dayand Friday, at 11 A. M. .nelay, and Friday, st 7
Southern, rSslurday, Mon- A. il.
day, and Wednesday, at Southern, Sunday, Taes-
7 A. M. day, and Friday, at IS M.
Weatera, Friday, Sun Westeni, Sundsy, Tuet '
lay,anf Tuesday, at V day, andFrkJf. at 'It
P. M. A M..
Sutestille, Sunday and 8tatesille, Wednesday.
Thursday, at 4 P. U. and Saturday, at 6 A. M.
Kaietgh. - Sunday, and Kaleigb, Wednesday and
Thursdsy at IU P. M. Saturday, at 9 A. M.
Cberaw. Tuesday, Thurs Che raw, Monday. Wed-
diy, and Saturday, at 5 neaday, and Friday, at 0
FayettevHIe, Sunday and Favettesille, Mondsv.
Thursday ai 8 P. M. ' snd Fridsy, st 6 A. M.
Mocks Ule, tridsy at 7 Morkaville, Saturday at
P.M. 6 A.M.
1VILL tie aold inlrooti ihe Court-Hnuse in
V V 'Jiwn nf Mutulnirv. nn Mfwlav .iK tl..
of February next, it U-ing Monday of "Rowan coun-
j-ty Court, about ... j ..
conveyed by Burton Craige lo Saml. Lemly in
Trust fr tlieMirpnsea meniiuncd in Ihe iVed of
Conveyance.' Vltnong tliem are good house Vr
vants, fielsl hands and " '
A (JO.OO BLACKSMITH.
. 7Vr. One fourtbof the Negneawill be aold
foV ifpounble pr in Bank with not more ihaii
ninety dnvs to run. I lie balMiien upon a credit of
six months.. ' .ALI'X.-W. BRA.MXIN,
Attn, iu fact for Saml. Lemlv.
Derember 24, 1841. u. '
The Cfcersis Gatette, Mecklenburg Jrferwnian,
snd Vreentbmo' Patriot, will insert 3 times. sadh.
. Come and Settle!
4 LL persona, indebsajd to Jatne L. Brown, ei.
ther by Note or Book Acciiunl, are requested
tn come and settle by the lasl day of .this mouth,
or they may t X.cj to find them, in the hand of aa
olticer !ot,co!lection. .
JAMF.R L. BROWNV
r 1-. to, the im mill Aceounts nf Jas,
I J S L. I1UOW N, KxVr.
v onwi j
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