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C..rrf.;imt,'!, f oi" the lLtt.,,, .,
A rGt'sTA, (Mi:.) Thursday noon, May SO.
I enclose you herewith a copy of the Report an I
Resolve in relation to th North Eastern Rounda
ry, adopted by the Lpgi!jttiro of. Mitine this .lay.
Immediately after the passage of trie Resolve the
two branches of ihn Legislature nipt in Convention,
nnd elected the following gentlemen. ai Coiiitnis
loners : 1 .
IIn. Edward Kavaxach, of Newcastle.
" I'.dwahu Kent, of Bangor.
" William PiTt rKLBLK; of Portland.
" Jottx Otis, ot Hullowell. f"
In great haste, yours, Ac.
llctoltes inrelaHon to the North-Euttrn Bounda
ry of thit Slate, i
Wlmre j.xl4irjdlng Legislatures of this Stale,
in conforcniiy with the well -nettled conviction of nil
the people thereof, aid with incnntrqvertil!d"evi
dence before them on the subject, have uniformly
dechred that the Boundary ot Maine, on it North
em and North Eastern frontiers,.! design'tled in
the treaty of 1793, can be 'aid down, and fixed ac
cording to the terms of that treaty ; and that such
line embraces all the territory over which this
State claim property, sovereignty, and jurisdictwHi ;
and the Executive and Congress of the U.iitod
States having recouniwd the validity of that claim
' in its full extent, this Legislature renews inch de
clarations in the most solemn manner :and "
Whereas for a rerien of years, every attempt to
adjust the vexed questions in regard te the estab
lishment of the said llotindary having proved inef
Ntw Vojjk, May 22.
TEA T1WUSAM) LIVES J.OS'i. .
TREMENDOUS EARTHQUAKE IN THE ISLAND
.OF ST. DOMINGO.
By t't politeness of Capt. Morris, of the brig
tt'm. Nolson, from P.rt an Prince, wo have " La
Patriots " of the lltlv May, published at that place,
'whioh give an account of shocking earthquake
(tint occurred in that island on the 7th May, at 5
o'clock in the evening,
'J'he principal destruction of life, of which we
1mve nnaccount, was at Capo llaytieii, which town
was entirely destroyed. It contained about 13,000
inhabitants, two lUifU of whom are thought to bo
The approach of the earthquake was indicated
in Port au Prince by great heat, and heavy clouds
that covered the jiiijMjriiig hills, and followed
the direction ol the &iutuWot to il'lio North East
The vesscnifttrtclior, some of the sailors report,
exjieriencetl the shock before thty'saw the houses
agitated, which seemed to indicate that the shock
came from the west.
There were two shock at Port au Prince very
distinctly ,1'clt, the first-uot s long as the second,
which last '-endured ' abouVthrce 'minutes, i Every
person at rove to get nut of the houses, and tho
streets were filled with tie affrighted population.
A little longer, says the Patriot, end Port au Prince
would have been the theatre of disaster similar
to that of 170, ot which disastrous year the re
membrance was rushing into all mind J i
The Patriot also savs that there is hardly a
house or a wall that boa not suffered a little. Some
j , . ,
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are sculptured, is detached audi broken. The in.
(erior wa uninjured. '.. '" . '
.l)n Saturday night succeeding and on Sunday
there were othor shocks,. Mast as interrupted, .
r l' . ', 'l '
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feclnal. it has been renresHiitiul to the (Invprnmont
nflhia State, thnt Hie MiniKter Plonipotenlisryndj '"Vtt Income almost uninhabited The froat.or
Si)ecial of llcr Rritannic Msjeslv.at Washitu-ton.l '- Senate I loiifc, Where. the armjSf Qie Republi(f
hMoRirnlly annou.nrM to tno Uovrrnment ol the
United States, (list he baa authority to trc.it (or a
conventional line, op line by agreement, oa uch
lerms and coirl'it'ious. nnd with such nonsiileraiionn
and equivalents atniwy be though just and equit.v nnd Hie persons present ran pinner aui? twjucr,
Die ; una liiai tie m reauy to enter poo. a nceotm. ! " . "y wy ." -
another chock. The weothor all the while was
changeable, now extreme heat, (sow rain, now fair,
and now signs of a storm. ' '
i b.Ot .Tuesday aaio tUere v. a ano;ltersloek
and sinco then, nsys tha, Patriot, it seems to us
that wo wnlk upon a quaking eurrii." &
8aint Af abc A . letter fionv this (ownsays
that tho earthq'ialte was felt there jyitlij violence.
Many .houses were seriously damaged', and sgtno
destroyed but no loss of life is mentioned.
At Connives the shocks were yet more setioti?.
The greater part ol the houses were overthrown..
A fi;c hroko out nt the same time, nnd there was
(not a- drop of water in town. All the houses that
were not burnt. sutlered from theearthquakc. It
i .iris en million
The Tronlle in Morocco. T
Dolt Unit h:is received Irom is
(Unit a more lull account ol li.o troub.e between
our ex-ConituI at Tangier, Mr. Carr, and tho
Emperor, than we have been able to find elsewhere.
We Ihetelore furnish a translation:
"The consul of Ihe United Slates bad been
recalled by his Government, wlvich gave him
liberty, ho wove r, to leave his post immediately, or
await the an ival of his successor. Mr. Carr chose
the former, and pobilckly sot about making prepar
atious to that end. The, day arrived, and just as
he was going on board, the deputy Governor sent
wonl to him, by the captain of the port, that lie
must not leave the place without an order from the
Ivunctor. Remonstrances were use loss ; Mr. Carr
was preparing to embark on board a steamboat for
Gibraltar, when he was again stopped by order of
the deputy Governor., Ilis colleagues, who had
accompanied him to the vessel, joined him in
protestations against this proceeding, insisting on
tho. efficacy of the permit granted by the Emperor,
but all to no iMirposo. The deputy Governor
declared that Mr. Carr would not be suffered to
depart without an authoiization from the Governor.
" VI r. Carr attempted to go on board, when a
soldier of tho guard seized him with violence ; Mr.
Carr prepared to defend himself with a sword cane,
but the other consuls interfered and advised him to
resist no farther violence committed upon him
vas sufficiently marked and positive.
"The consuls then' held a deliberation upon this
indirnity offered to them all in the.person of their
colleague ; and it was resolved that the consul of
the United Stales should lay the matter before the
Emperor, demanding satisfaction for the insult by
tho displacement of the deputy-Governor, and the
punjshmenf o the soldier who bad laid hands upon
the representative, of the United States.
" The reply of the Emperor was very far indeed
rice versa, in rejirJ to the FloriJa war. W hen
our l.i; ' -.t li.!;-s lira raised, we are sure to got a
check'.f despondency, nnd when donrcssed at the
lowest ebb, have again our feelings raised to the
highest notch ol expectancy of relief by the end
of the war. .
Tho tyw by the last night's mail is again moat
cheering. O ti-a ki, the refugee Creek, has met
Hallock Tustenuggee's peace talkers, and acceeded
to their propositions and baa promised within ten
daya from yesterday, to bring the whole of his
band In to Cedar Keys, and surrender. Ilallcck
is sure of the sincerity of O-ti-a ki, in consequence
of which, five companies of 2d dragoons havo tieen
ordered out, and a further reduction is ordered of
the Florida establishment. '
" - A. SAD TICTURG PF THE TIMES.
The Louisville Advertiser aays:
, " A lew days ago in Hardin county, a cow
beloncioir to a respectable citizen, was seized by
a constable for debt, and advertised for sole. The
people of that neighborhood had pledged themselves
not to bid oQ property sold on execution. , On that
account,' when the day of aale arrived, pone of
them attended. "A minister of the Gospel, who
belongs to another settlement, a man who professes
to teach, the precepts of the christian religion,
came to the place of sale. He was the only
bidder. He bid just one-oil, and the cow, a very
valuable one, was struck oil to bim at that price.
He drove the cow, home, paying for her just
twelve and a half cents." . ,
Beautiful Extract The fact of Gen. liar
riaon'a election will of itself powerfully contribute
to tbe security and prosperity ol the people. Con.
fidence will immediately revive ; credit will be re.
stored, active business will return, and the prices
lion for such conventional lino as soan art he Govern
Wnt bf,lhe United States slmll say thntlt i au
thorized, and ready on its part, to commence such
negotiation : and
pot possessing the. constitutional power toconclude
flirty such negotiation, without the assent of Maine,
has invited the Government of this State to co-op
erate to a certain jrtent, nnd Irt a certnip firm, in
nn endeavor to terminate I controversy of so long
duration : .
Now, conquering' t!ie premises, and believing
that the People of thi St:e, nfter having u!rc;n!j
m;inifWte. a forbearance, honorable to th.sir ;haf
acter, under loii coi:tinud violations of their right"
the following preamble and resolutions, which were'
unanimously auontcd, to wii :
. Whercss the wing party in me united Ststes, .
i V . 1 .1. -i: r .
,eld o onfounded pre ii,,o,w, are , w. I,,.S, ... ; mlw j( Th, Churchfbho
regard to the nropns,! now mnd by the . General p the Paais N'ational, the Trewury and the
., .i- i , . 1 rliis letter concludes ut S a. m., by saying :
to preserve the p"uce of tins I nrn, by diking , , , ,, , , . ,
nieisurcs to discuss un 'conclude, if possible, the " ll ,s olAr halfanj.our s.nce that we (elt a very
Mliject n controversy in a manner that uill secure CrPat commotion. 5 At present, we are ignorant ot
the honor nnd interest of tho State, this Legula- i tlie nun.berf persoufekiHod or wounded. All the
lure adopts these Resolutions ; with the understand-' prwmm whoare not, burned m the rums ore e,.
ing, however, that, i.. the rv-nt of a failure in such aPcu l,Qq f uu ' fice,ro.y not
i . j . i ln-n exnpmennea wirh a disaster.
enneavor lowarrs pn nrrangemcin, no proceeding'
thereunder shrill be" so cons'rueil as to prejudice in
from satisfactor. - Ho approved of what had been I of produce, and the wages ol laoor win rise, -j-
done, saying, My servants have performed their j Clay Speech, July 4, into.
duty, for you know that no consul must leave my That reads well ; let us try another : "J retiro
! dominion without an order from ma. .Tbia order from you, Mr. President, I know, at a period of
rl bad forgottpn lo givn, but now I give it lo you, infinite distress and embarrassment."
and you may go, lak.ng wfth you tho good and ihe 1 Clay's Speech, March 112.
fed that vou have received." ,,..,. J Let us continue our exercise by chaunting the
r r MLdbking "upon the reply as an aggravation of pipe.layera promises, bomo on the JEunker Hill
the wrong done h.m, Mr. Carr immediately ad- j Uanner :
dressed a circular to Ihe other consuls, giving them j. "Our Policy: Two Dollars a day and Roast
j information of its tenor, announcing that ha should i Beef." ,
sfrikn hi flag, nor hoist )t again until full ropara ' - - 1
t.on should be made or the insult olio red to bis TaWr. W have eon.ed from the Petcrshurir
iovernment The flag was thereupon struck, and , y,) State$mn an article giving hat there is of
hi the 7ih Mr. Carr embarked, without oppoaition. ! a.,uL... i,i n,i...t.,i.i. ih.i PrMiHom 'lv, rt.
If :4 .U. ..ul L .n .U ...." .. .
j wu accouimiiu w i """i wj mo oiuer i any BVOweUly designed as a protec-
, consuls, who thought proper thus to signify their ,jv8 utlff. Why bttt ha not vetoed Mr. Secretary
strong disapprobation of the measures (hat h id been ForWBrd for proposing -auph a scheme ! Iu the
j adopted toward their colleague. i meantime where are the people of the South T
j The Paris papers say that the United States . Tho Clay f arty have adopted for their motto a
! squadron in Ihe Mediterranean bad sailed for Mo-! protective tarifl they have tilled Concrcss with
ivimi.i.. - ----- noiH inn wn o iiicra uig una uiuuhiiui ui awr . n hiwh ii mi. i.h hi nrnu-m m ml iwiniu. ri
any. manner the rigMs of tbe Suite ns tlioy have
been herein assorted to exist :
Urtclrcd, That there vha!! lie chosen, b I;!of.
in Convention of bnlh. branches of tlif L"i'itiire,
four person, who are licn l'V constitiji'i) nnlnji
pointed C(p:iimif-ii'i'r, on the pirt ui ii, . Pt-t",
10 rpair to the sont of Government r.f the l iii'i-.l
Slates, mill to rmf.-r ii!i tli authoriiii-s (.f t!mt
have expertenned such a disaster.
Cru llAvnax.jThe town of Cape llavtien
li.is entirely disappeared, and with it twa thirds of.
(lie population. The families that couldescape
re lied to Fwette, where they were without nn
asvl'im, clotiiing or provisions.
The Pifsident of Ilayti, lias given orders to the
iiiw nnd fifiers of the hoti;lals to leave the
( ry iiii:nediTf;ly in order to give succor to the
ilisirps-ed. Uthrrnid of all kinds was about to bo
boast that while there have been thousands ol jne,l
morinla in favor of nrntection. there has not been J UdnnSti-in faiili. svhii h. if carriml im nnnwm
. , - - - , . - - - r
w ou ui iena ui increw in owrewi ui me people, saa
bring iiica!culbl mischiaaiiruit upon our belorcd
Providence. Mav'28. one against it, and tliey assert that the.SouiU lias
RHOnP ML WD Jclianuod hi principles and is no longer in favor of
Fhw Trailn 1 Wlist aAV the cotton irrowinir Stalna
We have copied into our columna this day, arU-i to this T 'What" save Charleston to this t We
clc elected. Irom papers in different parts of the bould l.ko to take ihe vote. We should rejoice
country, which show the very general interest ia. 1 . inn. wha are the men that would have ui ernort
ken in the events which have recently occurred revcolton only lo Boston, and import auger only fromV
' ... 1 1... mX. .n ii, .1.
t iiiver.iniciit touehmij n coo.vmti.ml lin", or Imr ; 1 ' f
IJritish Province, havinj regard to the linr nsir-
In ndJiftott to t?ie ntxne tlmrofi intellisnre
.nled bv the treat v of 17 S3, as iiuilhrmW ckiin.r.1 . rr ,m "e -pc, a "f'"1 from 'be -ity a
.If r .... ,!,: ,l tt, ,t,.r!.1r.,!iJ.w ..t ;.., ' I' nour previous 10 uig ocpariure oi vapt- nr-
i;-. etprewl in f.w for.goiog PwamlJcj and Hx.l r'"-S3i? mM.ilteJw
. , P J f WiTac-t'.f '1 Hs"Staie lo anvi.icli' c-rnvVntional 1 q'Mke.jsliich. .mjlomky jOjh, drtr..yeJ the
-; A -'-ri l:nc, itHVKl-Teri, tnnmcn. r'i "Tig, witB itTTie m.seral.le rem
..'.r '. . . .i ... ..ii i . .. i mint nfitiH inlinliitoats who had eseanetl Inn eir'h
thij Stite, and evincing a strong sympathy for our ftcw Orleans.
partial defeat, we receive w.tii much fcratitude, Jho Suuthern States bava borne the rumor of
jsuch expressions ol friendly regard, and the en.;anclIort lo establish a high tariff, with a elm
j engagement they Ini I out to the disfranchised aspect, lor a number of reason.
ponpln of Rhodo island lo persevere in the cause i. They had trusted something to the honor of
' wliieli tiiry have berr. engaged, until they put Mr. Clay.
down the rotten borough aristocracy, and establish . They had trusted also much lo 'the common
J a Government by the pboplc. lo return for the gono of Congress, enhghtciwd by the cxor.enoe
jgoo-J wishes and noble offers, made at large meet. 0fi,e last twenty ears. '
mpr in mfior States, we can will, confluence imre 3. Twy trantod not a littl la the solemn
our distant friands, Hint tbe resolution to free pledges ol the whole public life of President T ler
j themselves from bondage, was never more decided ,llt ,f Congress should be mad and fii'thle enough
;flhd-rrong in our sullraga ; party tban at ,ihm pre to.orwct protective tariff, hrwould rimemtetT,f
-ent time. This party is daily augmenting its oart, and arras jt."'-.".-- r
. i'row Ui fluleigk RegiHtr.
DISUOP IVES' APPOINTMENTS FOR THE
St. Barnabas ilsy, and 3d Sunday after Ti in ity gi
15th and lOih, Charlotte, Meekleuburg eonntr.
18th Evening, and 4th Sunday after Trinity &
5ih and 5th Sunday after Trinity, Ruthertordtoo.
(lib and 7th Sundays after Trinity, St. John's in H.
Wilderness, Flat Rock. ' "9
July 13th snd 14Ui, Asheville, Buncombe county. '
Froth 16th to 27th inclusive, Burke and Cslwsll
countfes, and head ot Vadkin, as the Miswnnsry Rev
Mr. Forbes, msy appoint l
From 3(Hh to lOih August, in Rowan, D,vie t0(i
Surry Counties, as msy bo duired by the Miasiooarv
the Rov. Mr.' Davis. (-" . n'
Mih Sunday nfter Trinity, Rockingham county.
14th Sunday after Trinity, snd throe dsys Drav'ioo.
St. Matlhow's, llillsboro'. , ' P
August iiOth, St. Mary's, Orsngo connfy.
September 1st, Salem Cos pel Estate of Judgo Came
ron and Mr. Dennehan. .
From 3d to '.MHh inclusive, SL James', Su Stepheo'i.'
Su John's, and church ot the Holy Innocents, Uru.
ville county, as the Rectors, tbe Rev. Mr. Taylor sod
the Rev. Mr. Chspmsn, msy determine.
14th Sunday after Trinity, Emanuel Church, War
l!)rh Sunday after Trinity, Louisburg, Franklin Co.
JMKfl Sunday after Trinity, Chapel Hill.
Examination la the Catechism, Confirmation, and
tbe Holy Communion, as usual.
DEMOCRATIC MEETLNQ itf STOKES. ,
According to previous notice a Democratic meeting
is held in Stokes County, at the Courthouse in Gnr.
manton, on Saturday the 24th of May IssL
The meeting was organised by calling Hon. Joan .
If. li. to the Chair, and appointing Aaron Barrow and
M'linroa i'aynr, Secretaries. " -j
The Cbairnisn explained tlie object of the meeting
in in able and appropriate address.
On motion of Col. L. Ziglsr, .
The meeting proceeded lo nominate candidates to
represent the County in the next General Assembly
after which, on motion of the same gentleman, a Com-'
mittee of fifteen was appointed to report resolutions
and select Irom the nominations made, suitable pcrsoas
to compose tho Democratic ticket.
The Committee after having retired a shrrt time.
reported through their Chairman, Alaj. John Martin,
though successful in the lata Presidential election, sod
with a majority in both Houses ot Congress, are yt
dissatisfied and reckless in their denunciations ot De
mocracy, and are now making another bold snort to
carry the erwRi.ng elections, (u they openly avow) Cr
(ht vm of Whtggerf, and not ol tlie Country, sad
have even proposed to change our present hippy snd
Republicsa Constitution to effect the unkaliuwta' 4tt
signiof tho H Ar par fyi wlio have promised every
thing, snd done nothing tor the relief of the Country,
Therefore, . ' J ' ' '
RrtolistJ, That we will not support any man or set
Ktiolttil, That the donst'ion of twenty-live llMHiand
dollars to tbf widow of Wm. IL Harrison was onao
Uiorised, nawise sad improper, snd deserves the cen
sure and condemnation of the people : because Con.
gress ha jut as much authority to make a similar do-
i I t
-. ,o,.,..n!. it.v ..!! il..pm rnnwi..ni .... i nnl ol tiie iniiaomisis wno nau escaima me eirrn
lie honor and interest 'of the StHle ; wih t',, under i Tho tons of t. Nicholas and Tort I'.ix
Manding that no such line be agreed upon uncut ! arR 'M S1U:1 ,0 1,6 'lc!l,roy,'a- Other ports of the
the unani'mouv assent of uch Commissioners ! h"'1 not l)Cf'n 1,c fr"m wh0n CaP'' M"m
Kti'J.tn . i nhT Tins S1fe rnniinl rAtrAi.1 i..a r. . ' J .
,. . , . , ,i i, -. ... " - north arc a mass ol funis. Liprt.
Iinquishment by the Hritish Goycrfimtni of any ' .
claim heretofore advanced by it lo the territory
included wiltiin the Irnits of the hoe of t!:is Stitc, I'rm the .Xalchrt tr't-T'aJrr.
asdesignited by k ; treaty of 13, and (ir,if.,miU ; tv,.. tvUa.Thc Hubble Burt List
claimed by Maine, os n c-.iis.dera ion r.r cpjual.-nt wj.i(Pr Vprmj( tho papers of the whole Union
within the meaning of these Resolutions. ; were filled with Hkrming and eunningly wrought
IlffolrrJ, That the snid Coinniissmncrs U fir- articles showing tho great production of, cotton in
nixhed by 'he tlovernor wi'h rvitter.re (1 their the llritisli K.st Indios, and holding out t the
appointment, under the enl r.f liie Sjstte. An'encan pi inter tlif ino?.t discouraging prospects.
Rrwlrrtl. Tbt the tiovenmr, bv and w.i'.i t;v A of l-es: articles, full of false tatementa
ndviee nnd consent of i !m (.'utiicd, t- hv.t t. nn i deceptive slutii.cs, ap(M:ared first in tins ll.istnti
rJiUll'' . cw.ditioaoLcotnpleta Mgant-4-.-i-uey ie um; mtiiP triolrThatra
uti .u; and the proscriptive ami tyrannical course to lll0 Mnw of interert of the manuficturer them
; ,,ur.oed by the Algerme pirtv since the temporary wtvM. They cannot but know that a tarifl ar-
,d...i.t.,g.. which they gained by the promise of fi Commerce will bn ilsolf warred upon -:
dpt. 1 ler troop, ond ih.nr treacherous diplo- remiessly, Whatever advantage flu may gain '
o.acy, ii conslnt.tly changing tho views oCjoauy . k-. fabiIttn'Tria ' hi 'lott'" .xnwui-Jlifctal4S,
strong in their cause. . jg n0 pegee, rest-rno foot of aolid ground
A state of calm repo-e is now returned, and the , rtam Upon. If they Crow it, we hM them as
public mind is measurably tranquil. Tho legila- ou,tjws an! tritor-faIe. eeltish; blind and in-
tore under the charier will assemble, by adjourn- ;cor.,ble. These are tlie reasons why rjm jni'j'ance
, ment, m a lew .nu Pr0vi.j, m me session, ju i m04t formidable ahopa hi not "cona lo
fill any vacancy that tii'iy orciir m said t 'uuiMis
iotl by di'Bthj rcsie;:atii n, or ot
Rewind, That t)ie said C'm.:iisi..ners mflke
return of lieir dning herein to tl.e (!iernor, to
bv lutn preseiited to the ijegisUttrre- at in
Approved, M.iy 'JO, 1 -4.'
(iihl Mi'tlah fnm ijrn Yir'ru-in. --S f nu
(l'fstand .Hint the Its r"i-'.l I.ms r"i iwd :
urr from Lord ,l. !.' n. ' n?; vli.it t'n ineHiN
which brr M-jes'y I Engkiid nn! -r. d 1 1 'e pr
rented to the rntuiii4i!i-rs nf the New Y"!i; iiai U
Alius tl.e creature oi tlie Lowell manufacturer
; and were inimedi;itely cupiod by. the National
In'elhgencer. Nun, Vork A.iHiricui, aid tho org in
of the tarifl itilete-t lltroiiy'iout the country, and
even in I lie Cot'oo growing S:. ite.s-.it Ilia very
' time whet, crops w ere going into ttnikcl these
irticles were publisiicd oi.d endo.sed. We do
niiiiiictd them at the tune as a scheme got up, 1st,
t i lower tlie prire of cotton in nntrkcl for the
i.'ih fit f tl.e manufacturer. 1M, to efT! t the
'e-idation of Congress on the tnriff, and create a
g's.erul f hin-.or, even in the South, for high, pro"
ti.'ct.vo duties, n to establish a home demand
iir I ;ie nw iiiatciial. Wc endeavored lo show,
in wetal nuinliers, liiut none but ml'eiior cotton
rt' for s-iiving the lives of a ..uinl-r of tt-e Rri'i-'i
r.'jiuen have lieen li.rwariled lo M.. Fox to be pre , could lie grown in India that seed carried from
wi.ted through the n '-irv ot rS'.itf to the .vom! tin country would yield nothing that Ihe cliuute
geiitleoiio to whom tin e.re mi I rose. I : tons n ult
shape ni not "gona
Washington from. the South. But those reason's
msy all fml where are wa then? People of the -South
awake to your danger I
Tit Stripe Urrceae. Tlia (Columbia Observ.
er, Tennessee, in describing the entry of Mr. Van
Buren into that town, says, " liis common dresa
and manner, disguised for the occarion, must have .
satisfied all lhat Van" Buren in Tennessee is far '
different from : Van Buren in the White House.'
From another part of the aama article we learn
of their corporation hv the ownership of soil ; hut '',:lt iguise Consisted of a pile ot "striped
1 Mieh a CMjrso ia promised bv so ne intl ittntml iie-n ! breecbe, and " a round-sb.Mil coat." Only think
of thai party, and lor t He sake of pesce, wa are ot itl Mr. Van Uiiren has travelled in Tennessee
; disposed to wan patiently, and see llio redemption I tn " ,'ipal brcechc and a round about cwu"
or forfeiture of this assurance. t But Shi is not all ; the " round about coat" and
This is the only course which that pirty can ' breeches worn by Mr. Van llun n while coming up
! pursue to restores permanent peace within oor 1 be MU.siM.ppt, and that he actually " touched " al
' borders ; nod a neglect or refusal to d- that, will ! evt'ral " P",m, h,ld 1C them on
! siiow lo the world, who are the real conservative ! We n.e done with .Mr. Vn IVnen forever.
'. of law ami order, and who 4te so otily by pn.lo. , Any man who rould. after lilting ihe high olhee of
FrectdtfM of the Lmted St-ites, ib-sretw into a
of ti e Constitutional legislature. It is said thai
when the lormer body shall have assembled, Ihey
will -m an early day in the session, alter Ihe elce
lion law, so as to extend sufleage ns liberally as is
allowed in Ihe (topic's constitution, and will au
thorise a convention, to be holdeo lo form a con
stitntion which shnll contain tho same liberal pro
vuion. We cannot s.y thai wa anticipate such
l.lteral.ty from a body, whose every act has here
lofore been lo perpetuate that omnipotent power,
w hirdi a inemlier once mid thfr possessed, and
deny ng'it lo all woo bad not becoui a member
'?rl nation to tits poorest , widow in the Country, at to toe
t -A wilatlhM Mrifn i.r AtttnmmmA lrumulan, a
Rcwtttj, That (lie late. Act distributing the proceed
pl the Public IQd among the States, is a indirect
assumption ot 'the piymeni of State debt, lakas from
tho io(6 about three millions of their eunoal incouw
jiliieli was intonded for the iijport ol tbe Gorti
(jovernmeat, w liijUly impolitic and. unjust, and oajtat
to be replr. - t , 1
limited. "SU tho Bankrupt Law, tho rtluf met
nr of tbe present Whig Coagres sffiird no rtltrf to
the people, and therefore meet with pur no'ialifkd
disapprobation, . t " '. . . '
...Rnoltej, Tbitai our wcllieiapWgad-Uieir li,'-
their property and their stCred honor in tl.a holy eso
ot .Americsn Ircpendencf. wa now snlemrtly nlgj,;
ourselves to support, msiotain snd defend the glorious
leirscy winch they bjucll.cd to us i tho Constitution
of th initrd Sfte$,a$'wl the innovations proposed
by the great Wbij leader, Ihiiry Clay j the designs of
the Federal Bank party,' r t i raihleas and unprinci
pled attacks if douiastitf or hntgn-tto,-
KTirtW, That Uic Conduct Oi our lale Whig legis
lature, in pledging the credit ind fund of the Stat tor
the benefit of incorporate Railroad Companies, is wor
my ot potr.e reprubation, and ought not to be coun
Jfcnanctii by f ilher party. t,
llaving eonndetiee in the .integrity, pstriotisrn snd
talent ol Louis D. Ilonryfour present Democrstie
esndnlste 6 Covfrnor ' '"
ketohrd, That kr will use all lair and hononble
mesas to promote' his eleciion. '
IluolttJ, That Jsotes Suflbrd, Eq be recommend,
d a a suitable candidate fit the he hate, and tint
Doc'. George F. .Wilson, Capt. Jacob Sholts, and
William A. ilitcholl, Cq., a uiubl candidates fbr
the IVimmon styour next Legislature, and that lb
people ol this County be earnestly req.iectad to uoito
with Ibis Dueling ft support ot tho above ticket.
On motion of S. Petri, Eq., .
- llcBolttd, That a eofly of tbe praceed.ngsj of llns
meeting e signed by the Cbsiraian and Secretaries,
and sent to tbe Editor! the Vern' J'srol.nnn,
Undard, and; Salem Gjti;tl. with a remtett that they
poblb the same, ' ' '
On BKitHttk ' "a. -
RttoliU. That llii luaut'nf s.lMura Mil TiWadiv
i ,,r . . . IVil iff f m
I", .inn msiti nru. . ii.'., nii.L vniirmau.
I A; lUaaow, , i " v J. ,h
1 i 5
Uig tl.e !.;, -ii i e Wi'n li.e :i!t cVree of sf
rial fav.if. .r:r York Arn'i.
('( !,! i f IViirlilr l'n ff.rr.t' tn.i. It i- r iV'si' i.
I'M in ( iulinao.'- M"-i-rri I!,;' -ite !..; vim r
1 -'.'0, l.p Iviroet 10 ;OiVen-.n ll'- t. . ! j
.oatl.e ft ."' .t ,!.';!- ji. I , i,. ..j,,;,
I trt-'i.'V tv.o tho;; lid ii.i!iw:,s of ;'.
iiod lili-.rer were not adapted to it cillti .itioti
!v, I tint tie epiikC9 would always prevent its
i lmtioii. Vc look this ground .bef'tre any
. tV r j 1'ii rinl ju.jj.o I'liitrd Slates, and were
ridiculed, cv.ii by many cotton plant: rs men
wli-j were then Mjilrrii'ic in t!rt ciles of liiuir crop
hv tii.: piiiie.. in liio market occisioned by the
e t :' r:;'nf ! to for ourjvisttioiis. They havo
- :.t:! In:i'ii sust.iim d by several able writers, an.)
' . .. n'l i :i t-n.' tlffie. Slliimil t.i nur fnait.,rj
" roimrl alxjut coat and a pair ol ttriftd breeches,"
citiiiiot expect our siipjtort. We could bavo for
given him the " ruun.l about ; and, such has been
our former love for Ihe man. such" our admiration
''of his s'ero integrity, hi splendid abilities, awl ht
long ai.d valuable public services, that v.e could
. ' i
i f llnilfon.lt. r
i I lie .air i ! !
i .1 .o ,1 am: l.ii Ito
,v o, ii !
It I HI.
i orvmnt t .
o.i! ( .ii. ij i-l!-.
' : l"
I 1 ,00't to
. i" ,1c
ii'itlie.i'ic eii'.;iii:e troni India, that will put the
n. itter to rest. The fjiiowing amgrn;i!i li.i just
.... t our i ;. . .
At.rx v;n!, (l57Jt) 2.1 Mi'ch, Is-11.
" IT.ere i n Mr. T-
! ,ll0 ttlO C ",ii ,;
I .'ie nu.'iiei of Ii..' I
c ,tton in '.i'.: t'-vo y
its faU.m tl:t.eik'..
F.x-G over nor Coggs was still alive on Saturday
tl.e Jot h inst. ,Somo lavorable symptoms hid
inado ibeir appcaruuer, which induced hi friend
to hope he might recover, though the hopo was
alirvKl (ltwnaial sassjl (ltnl lafWaia itaiLw u.il
sovthing being elicited as to the perpetrator of the '"T "'"'"'"J '" w
horrible deed. f" ,f lh"r h,,d n"1 bftu0 " "lriH-d." Hut he his
; noiv sinned pssl redemption, and we deliver linn
over to the tniidT mercies of tho whig.t.-a-Afi-i.-iy.
: Itrprnriru Orru ; J
Sava.mmah, May UHVi, M.
MOVEMENTS OF THE TROOPS. -CIIEERI.Nti; The I'lllpit
. NEWS FROM FLORIDA.- ttl;' the Prrsbvterun fhurch in Saltsbnrv. diitimr tl,
. 1 J .- - - - f ,
t.erefrom Pl.d tde'phi.i,
..il ( )
. t - 'i ..-
III. I . Ol i (', i
I- 'i,i. .; , :, . ,
lei Is.' O I'l J". -'.I : -o I I 'i ' i .1 1 , .Mr. M,
li.Hn- I. n ! J.'" fl.j !.: .': i r. C." ('"-iiirn,;, nnd
ttlil. It Is bio n il, ', .. i.o'l i. n; rove t i- i -, 1 .
' Tne ooiouot I iii.i il liv tliiM .o. to toe I Ion .1
i.i.d U-Aioo Ei fo .il wn-. ij.ll o "i (Hi, nnd to ifie
(' Ishl'l Hill - lijiodai.e I.!hv 'Ar.
iV homo t'.iv
i i are viy
,i y ;' id .it
1.. rot. linns'
i'. , t-.ii'l i i pi
i'i. "t :iy, I'. '
i!eri who wei.t out mi. tor
t!i-'i oer.itiieiit t i i,iih
in no the -.v.!, i!e thin
'.. ' lie V arrived In'rr mi t!i. ir
li.-jf ri! ye.terl.iv, tit eor hotel: I
V.l 111 f-llows, r.p;i'ireii"-. f
: , i'. ,.rt." .S':fm r'n;r'e.
.. . ; l.e nU.ve we are n!!o to
Ii v t'ie i.i'. ,t t.'i'pe M.oith!e
H.' wiiioo se'ieoie of r.iKioi' Amo-
i . ui or line s'n;i!o cotton i:i India, at a rosl lottie
t o.iij.'ti.y ol lo..,.ni!l or more, ha utterly e.
!o(ied nnd will .iouliiless be nbiuiloiK'd. On one
. eimietoal f.irui of 2(10 antes plantud w.ih s'ed'
I: ini tlie I'nited ti'ates, onl nii'Ligud by uti ev
. i' iii:lir(;d Ao.ericni. plitjiter, (-Upplied w.lh all Hp
I o!.. nircs fr judicium culture,' not more llun wie
' l-nle will lie (.'O'l'lei'd '
In our last wc noticed the arrival here, on their
way lo ihe Northern Fronlihr, of four Companies
of the 2d llegiment I'. S. Infintry. iirt hitur.
day, three more Companies ol this Ilogiment ar
rived here for tho saws destination, viz: Compn
me 11., II, and I, Commanded by Cnpi. Ivuu'sli.i
..., . , . ' ....
I ry, i.ieut. renrose, ami l.ioui. i.yon. j t, j0.
in.iinino thrco Companies of thu Regiment are
i sxpcctrd here this day. Tbe trati'eSortation of
ill the troops to Now "ork has been (uguged by
j i lie (uartcr Muster. v '
V siil.j nn the following letter from ono of our
Correspondent, which oave Imii little room to
' .1. ,ul)( lhat in a few days all the Indians knowi in
; ito eo.lsid.tid North of ihe Everglade, will have
surrendered tlicmselves. ,,
Correspondence of th Satannnh Republican.
"i , Pautka, May 20.
f!Fxrt.KME : It ii Wow hot ttnd blow col,!, an
& . . ' . '
abw-nre of the Pastor, will be supplied on the
ltd Sab'ratii in May by Rov. E. F. Rockwell.
-It la lo. mIo. by " Wm. A. flail.
.V.li do. do. by " J. D. Hall. ,
lt do. in June by J. M. II. Adims,
2d ti tin. by " J M. Wilson.
H YIilSlW'lVY FCTOU.
rpHIS estiblislimehl is now in complete operation.
JL The t'oinpany sre msniifucturing
Cotton Yarn, Shelling, Shirlhi"
and Osnabiirg, 0f a superior quality,
which tbey offer lo the public at the lowest market
prices. Merchants and other who Will examine qunN
ittes, and compare prices, will had it lo their interc-st
to purchase. , -v J. HIIODKS BKUWNU Ag'i.
Salisbury, June 3, 194i u
StaVo ot ori CaroVma,
7DAVIDSON COUNTV. V
' Thomas Stuart, William Stuart, Sarah Stuart, Djnicl
tMusrt, 1'ivgy Htutrt, and Ievina StoarU
ll appearing to Ihe satisfaction of the Court tii't
Daniel Stuart, Pegcy, Stuart, "d Ixvina Stuart, De
fendants in this case bye hcyond tho limits ol this Stsie,
i it w, iiiirelnre, errteretl tlnn puBlicittini Benmien
'successive week in the Westorn Carolinian forssid
1 D'T' iidanla lo sppcsr and answer it tho next turm of
tin Court, to bo held for tho County of Dividson t lb
; ilottrt. Mouse in Islington, on Ihe 1st Muodsy sfterilie
111. Monday in September neat, or Judmct.l pro coif
' fc.so will bu enWred ss U then..
Witness, W. Womsck, Clerk snd Master of said Court
l Office tho 1st Monday alter tlio 4th Mowlsy '
W. WOMACK, C M. V
Msy 27, 1M2.-iv Printer's fee s"i it.
fers for snlo
a fine new
i ringc and
April 22, IS 12.
on cheap term4.
'i pair ol exrel-
i.l.t in n I r
john i. siiavi:r.
auVs Vov Sac Were