000 . " T,tTnr iViifn WEEKLV, BY
fFJNTED AD PUBLISHED WEEKLi ,
Pastcuv & Watson,
-i: . Alprs. uameron, :u rwa,
lAurwM " ,
TBronriffK, of the Senate; and Messrs
iZT an'd.Broadaa.x, of
.he Commons. c.
r-rt Ml.Mrv. Graves, Wdne,
wi. Cameron, Sneed, Outlay
-ert ' . i, , iitii Fihpr.
flunl, Strange, meoane,
R,a, J. Graham and Gordon, of the Com-
sans. , . .
FRIDAY, NOV. 22.
Mr.Glisson, from the committee ap
Rules of Order for the
Cov.rwnfnt or this uouHP, uiuc .--.
4h.ch was cpncurred jn. . ' ,
r"v .... v .pnrirr
motion or nir. apaigm, -mc
j-i iIia nnhointment of standing
'sa .oittre wlic!i were made as follows :
. 1 n:,-f,T,reQ Messrs.
troponwm ujiu -------
taker of r BrunswicK, r.. n ,
ifiertl. Uutiaw, ,Vimaiu,
t . v .
Privileges and Elections Messrs. Troy, I
nldie. Carson'; Bray, Brownngg, Hatch, j
hrshall and BarViriger. " I .
Claims Mesrr$. waro, reoira, .
,a,uok, Jacoks, Whitfield,. Robinson .
SATURDAY, NOV. 23.
The foifowini! persons were appointed
i the several committees on the Gove-
x Message, viz
Mutation Messrs. bhober; lirownngg,
I. ,.i n..r.r and Sumner.
Reirrrtsfrom the. uegttrrtrcuj -o""
nrl Massachusetts .tiessrs.
tnves, Garson, Blackwell, Sneed and
Report and Resolutions received. Jrom
'.mnchusetts, relative to the appropria
f the nublic lands for
Urition Messrs. Outlaw, Baird, Baker,
Brunswick, Parker and l.aiioway
Brunswick, l arKer miju yoii.
U ? Lue-Messrs. Spaisht, M'Kay,
,!liams (uliepper and Beasely. .
Judiciary .Messrs. laneron, owwci,
avUu Troy and vVillUmson.
fiuairs of the State House-Messrs.
. . of GhIM, Flowers, Robinson, De-
i ' , ,,.,.
Lie and Whitfield. ....
Mr Camrron presented a bill, to av
(ml an art nassed in I31U, lO anieuo mi
, "i M 'a" a,Wi.io-,arat. o an a'ct,
' f . Mm .
rtit edleme covens now m ,
iiiic-vi . i
lich passed tt hrst reading. r
Mr. Jacocks presented the following res- ,
-VWW-- ---- M
sSS ,mvp roMMITTEES 1 15V Mr. iM'Kav, a bill arcianng .wnu
J0IT STANDING, COMMI I Jw. j am head-.- slwll bp .lierchantab!e ;
fifltfnre. Messrs. M'Kay, Branch, ua-1 which pasd .(s firj5t re;1d;ng, and on ino
ler of Gales, Williamson, Jawell, . He- rt6n ir Baterjv,r Gales, die sain? wa.
,1 ' SpaFght and Graves, ol ihe enaie, referre(J to a st,ecl cmmUiee, consfstia
fn i Messrs. Hill, Carson, Barruiger, Jig- of Me Rak rKay, Baker of Bruns
U Jones, Blackledge, Ward and Henry, phe,ps and Colppery:;
.r iK fToiiimons. ' - - ' "- -
'ii n m
nesoiccd, . That the committee on the Internal Improvement--Messrs. Uroad
wowca, , uai .. i),riI1111. Baird. Horton, Mebane,
unary Be insrrucieu ' iiuuni"' t
nliency of revising, amending and con-
i4ating the several acts and parts . of
s, now in force in this state, relative to
outers and administrators 5 which as ;
Oa motion of Mr. Williamson, the fol-!
in' resolutions were adopted :
R'ire i, That the" committee on the
Miciarv be instructed to inquire whether
' it-ration is necessary, in the laws, re-
to the punishment ol persons guilty
uflViice of. alterin-; or d-facing the
t'lk or brand of others: and that they
.f?by bill or otherwise.
Ktnlred That the s.nne committee he
L , ' . . . j c
S'Jcte-1 o inquire int.. the expediency of
. . . .. I ,.
Z . IT the sta.e into eght jndinal d.s-
c and appoititiui two additional judg- j
bold the upeiior Courts ; and if in-
'"lent, wh-ther any other alteration or
Jaient be necessary in the judiciary
. . A ft
" oi I his state.
CulofDer tirfsnled a Dtrtition from
' wizens of Camden count) , praying
L i . . i
,rri ol a Uw, passed in Hie yer
.ilirt-cii.ij; the uMiiuer in which prep
1 levied n by sheriflfs and constables
' bf sold hereafter : also an act if
I (lirrtinj: the time and i lace of ales
" in i suve unaer execution ; M nicu
-ril to me committee of Proposi-
' CiU vances. - "
nu t sl ive4 under execution ; w hich
ill, ., k;n ..r nrontnt - .
CJ .Mr. iVoy, a bdl to alter the time
-of Voiding the.Superior Courts ili hh
; hich psH ilsfirst reading- and,
on'rnoiion of Mr. Spaight, was ordered to
lie on the table. j
By Mr. Williamson, allowing to the state
the right ot peremptory challense to j'u
roisj in all prosecutions fr capital oflVn-
CCS; WHICH Uttt:u IIJ innr"ii'i
T . ...... . -it i i
I . TUERDAYi NOV. 20. . "
! The Senate proceedfd to the consuls u
ttbn.of the bill to amend die " Feme Co
verts'jTOw to pasj 'lands." Alter ; ton
siderablA discussion, the bill passed jts sec
ond reading. ! j
. .. I
i WEDNESDAY, OV. 27. J ". j
A number of nrivate uetitions for' 'lien-1
1 . - 1 , . . i ,
sions, &C. &c wei'e presented and read.
; The bill declarini; what staves and hea
ding shall be merchantable, was r-ad 'the
second and third times and passed, and
ordered to be engrossed.
'1 'Mr. Ward 'presented a revl'tiin, in
structing the committep 011 mili::ny ainiis
to enquire into the propriety ot iJividing
trie first and sixth divisi ,.s f miiina i.to
three division & six bri-'.st s. id reed to.
J ITne Senate pmcee.led' to die order vf
the day, on the bdi i'cx- ;rp: tejuitr min
isters of the (iospel fmin .sesvniHii! jurors,
which after discussion, pseJ iiatiiiid and:
last reading eas 43, jss 14. (
The. Senate cordiiiued .n di order of j
the d;v n the bill to divide Kw.n Conn-'
t.. wmcj, wls lend ine.secomi ami moo
time, passed and orded 10 be engrossed,
ypas and Ilfiys wtijei for (i,e p sse
ty ; which wis lead tne.secunci ana uuru
40r - agaiust it l7.Tins bill has yet to
paSS lne Commons J
TltURSD A Y, NOV. 2$.
Mr. M'Kay presented a bdl concerning'
old titles of lands, &c. which was read and ,
Mr. Williamson presented a resolution
instructing the committee on the Judiciary
.1 . ' ......
I ' .t tiw. 1.,i..rx, t
StrUCllilg IIIC C'lIKMIIllte IMI ill' rfUi:iioij,tw
enqUljc into the expediency cf amending
! the Laws, so as to require executors to
give Bond, unless otherwise directed by
. the Testator. Both lei'erred.
HOUSE OF COMMONS:
FRIDAY. NOV. -i.
SELECT. COMMITTEES OF THIS HOUSE.
P-nfinux and' Grievances Messrs.
Worth, Mary, im, Clark Wlutaker,
B.ower, Gary, tk, r, b . WfT'i
naru, i uS, -j -
and W hite. . .
Chims-Messrs. K. Alaiiin, Ram, A
'.B. N'Millao, Vdersn, i a.c.y, W ebb,
Vvilki'S Turner, J rKninr, uniini,
. V UK . . , n....', a vpxJM
en, peignt. r imiw, -
anu I vsou.
j Educate- Messrs Sheppard, J -her,
T nML,m I :nrdori. Meter, Clancy, Mann,
. ...u.....t - , . -
. r (iraham.
nerry, .wt.., -
Smith. Woolen, Mdbury, M Laur.io and
Hunt, Mathews, Wilhamson ti. Ski. ner,
C. Bell, Burns, Cox, M'Mdlen, Melvm,
Strange and Fleming,
Agriculture Messrs. URler'. a"
Conrad, V Smith, Sneed, M Cauley, h ox,
lhornton, narrow, ,
Ha.iiel -Maxwell, Stephens, N. M Ae.ll
and John Smith.
Military La.vt WarrantsMessrs. Jel
en, Blackledge, R. A. Jones, J. M. bry-
On nio.ion, Messrs. Nixon, Pugh, bate
man, Lamb and Moore were appointed a
committee to revise the inspection laws
,r. Mbai.e, from the Judiciary com
mittee, retorted in favor of the hill to re
peal the second seCliortiOf the aci o. io.x,
r ..i... c J inrt. I he re-
r ., . (
resiiectm: me ouprcni
0 r,n the lable.
Dull Was uriieiru -
" of Mf lIenrv
,,0cerf. That ' the committee
Ju iiciarv b inslrUcied to inquire u
. -f 21 reqoinllg the rep
m r a r t ho
T7 ui 1 Hi'
.l1 .Afil. reaoirimr the reporter ol
iur av.4 v.. . - t i -
the Supreme. Uouit to puonsn
within three months alter they have been
. tveii complied with : and, it it
has not. to inquire whether other and more
fffectud provisions ouijht to be. mide by
Uw to sreure to the ptHple die accurate
and punctual publication of the decisions
of the Supreme Court. j ' .
,On motion of Mr. Strange, ordered that
ror4gage be sent to the senaie, ; propu-
ieo riue a joint committee for the par-.
nf dr:jio? ihe tale into Congres-'
V" ' .i n:tt" Messrs. HenrV, Skinner,
Joues. BlackUde, Cole, Dulany, Hunt,
Strange, - Mebane, Hill, Fisher, Rea, J.r
Graham and Gordon, form the coujmittee
on the part of this House.,
!" On motion of Mr.' Henry, a message
was sent to the Senate proposition to raise
a joint committee, to be styled the" Library
committee. -Messrs. jHenry, E. G.' Gra
ham and Broadnax forpi the cooimittee on
the part of this House.1 ,
i On motion of Mr Bjykin,
Resolved, That Messrs. Boy kin, J.
SkintterAl'Lean, Carson and Frink form
h committee to take iriio consideration the
laws respecting' weights' and measures.
I On motion of Mr. Graham 1 V
i Resolved, That a select committee be
appointed, to whom shall stand as referred
trills af ter their second readings, for correc
lion., ' "'i ' - i :
Messrs. Graham, Strange, Henry, Tur
ner and 'Blair form' this 'committee, j
On motion of Mr. Barrincer. - !
fl'solved, That no bill of a private na
ttnc shall be intrpducdiin tins House after
the 9th December next.1 ,
Oni' red to he on the table.
On fnod'in of Mr. Fisher, j
lit- i yived. That the committee or that
pai v" rne'G'ivernor's Message as relates
in the rniiiiiaand the' public arras, be in
slruf:ted to inqaire into the causes of the
idi'.jou otT in the leturns of tlie eflfective
miiiu-i of -the state; and to report by bill
amendatory of the existing law, so as to
nsine in future correct aud.fuU. returns of
the miiitia through the yarious grades of j
officers, from captains up to major-gene
SATURDAY, NOV. S
f 1r lllitil.
i.f,,....,! ''ru-.it n rninmiffpp ht formpdi I
on Military Land Wauauts; and Messrs.!
Uellen, U. A. Jones, J.' m. Bryan a.iuio meumui uir oupmuc v,u., .t
Sueed were named as the committee ; ported a bill to repeal the 13th section of
Mr E. E. Graham presented a resolu-j
linn that Jud,re Nash be paid the sum ot
dollars, for holding the special Court of
Ovep and Tei miner, for the county, of Cra
ven in January last ; which resolution was
referrtd to tiie committee of Claims.
On motion of Mr. Hill,
Resolved That so much of the Gover-
nor's Message as relates to Internal Im-
provemeiiis," be referred to the standing
committee on Internal Improve.nenr ; that
so ucb as relates to education, be refer-
rd t, tl,P sianfl in committee 'on lduca-
you; that so much as relates to .vgncui
ture, be lefened to the standing committee
on Agriculture. j
. . i
A 'messajie-was received from the Sen
ate, disagreeing with the ' propositions of
this House, to appoint a joint committeee,
of one member from the Congressional
-..trirf .for the niirnose of dividinff the
state into Congressional Districts, agreea-
bly to the last apportionment of Repren-
tadves ; and proposing, in another mes-
sage, ' That a select joint committee bo
':-;-a ,'-on..!r h.thPi or ..ot it be
expedient to make a new arrangement of
. . i rv -;,-. th. stafP.
takin- into view the last census and the
apportionment by Congress!; and that the
said committee consist of two members for
. . r . . . . i l.
each Congressional liisinct; one iiom cuui
eacn v.uu,ii , . ..
Hnnse- and tliat the said commmtc ic-
lP WH o otherwise." Which was
concurred m. .
MONDAY. .NOV 25.
V- r COnp- the public lands near Raleigh, amount to, lhis report, it will be perceived, dial the
,il!s were presented . I we P . twentv-seven thousand expenditures of the last year, including ihe
of INewbern, a bill to a- 4ixtvibur dollars. tVentylfour cents im,ev burnt, mdre than covered the bal
?d in 179$, tor the bet- ajd -W W . ,. . A a d,chred-- 'i,; remaibetfin the Treasuryyon
The following bil
Bv Mr. Graham t
mPtiH an act. passed
ter regulation of the town of Newbern
..., ..x -
By Mr. BlIedge :a biI to .amend an
act, passed in the year 1815, to incorpo-.
rate a company to make a Turnpike Koad 5 . . , x tiie sources from whence Arre of the items
from Pungo river, in Hyde county, to theil, fiMm (he balance remaining in contained in the ComptrollerVstatf ment,
town of Plymouth, in Washington county, j To this sum ZrSovent' laid before the Assembly early in there
These bills passed their first readings, the Treasury on toe first Ut session, and ivbich very materially:
and the latter was referred, to vMessrs. , ber, 1821, anthe ,he erea'tion of ,e balance.
Blarkledge, Blair, Pugh, Hasungs ana
By Mr. Graham, a bill to incorporate a
Li-bt Infantry Company in Newbern;
which was read the first time, and, on mo
tion of Mr. G Was referred to the military
i By Mr. Blair, a bill to amend an act
passed in 1321, regulating the fees of No
taries. , .
By Mr. Blackledge, a bill to alter the
mode of electing herifTs, and to vest the
right thereof in the power of the people of
! Which bills were passed the first rea
dings, and the latter ordered to be printed.
:n motion of Mr. Cooper, r
j Resolved, That the Judiciary Commit
tee be directed to enquire whether any,
and if any, what alteration is necessary in
the laws relative to the payment oi witness
es attending, or who ate summoned at tri-
C3 aueuumsi " r-
U. h-fore. Justices of the Peace, and that
Z.' .uv, . ,,nort bv bill or other-
inrjf nave n..v -1 j
wise -i ; 1 '
1 On motion of Mebane,
1 "n lif'.J TkiHl.o VnmmillPP Oil that
riarToVtne Governor's Message which re-
of money expended; in ; transporting the
Statue of Washington from Vilmington to
A message was received Irom tne oen
Gabriel Holmes for that office; which
was concurred in. . !
The House proceeded to consider the.
report of the Judiciary committee, to whom
was referred the bill to repeal the second
section of an act, passed in 121, respec
ting: the, Supreme Court. Mr. Blackledue.
moved that the report and bill be indefi-
nitely postponed. The question thereon;
was determined in the negative by yees"!
and nays 96 to SO. I
A nurnber of private petitions verc pre
sented, and reffred. j
, TUESDAY, NOV. ZQ.
Mebane' oiesenied a bill to amend
the act of 1 S06 for, the more convenient
administration of Justice, by providing re
lief for the counties ui which suits in the
Superior Courts have, or may so accumu
late that they cannot be tried at tbe iegu
lar terms of those Courts, 'i his biil was
ordered to be printed.
The bill further regulating the town of
Newbern, passed its last reading in this
House; also the bill to repeal the 5th sec
tion, of the act of 1821, directing the time
and place of sale of lands and slaves under
Mr. cKinner, irom me comramee, re
ported in favor of allowing Judge Nash
122 dollars, for holding a special Court of
Over and Terminer in Newbern. The
ft. r I '
1 report was concurred in. ! j '
Mr. Mebane, from the committee to
whom was referred the resolutidn relative
the supplumentai act or 1 51 concerning
thp Snnrcme Court, and also the act of
1821, amending the act concerning the
Supreme Court. The bill was once read.
We understand the intendon is to make it
i the duty of the Clerk )of the Supreme
Court to have; the reports puDiisnep.
ii i . e .1 n. : Ln Un
I suoject, reonea ii unnecessa.y to .n
!; any alteration in the payment ol witnesses,
j The report was received and the committee
. . . .
I . 1 . S t. ,.
oprni .u.v. t..
followinir report from the. Public 1-reasur-
er, which was ordered to be printed :
To the Honorable the General Assembly
of the State of Mrlk-Carolina.
! Gentlemen The laws of this state
m,L- it mv di:tv to in orm vou, t i n ue re-
reints at the Treasury ot IWth-Carol.na,
for .the year commencing the hrt day of
: November, 1821, and ending he last day
I bf October, 1812, including sundry pa-
bents of arrearages and the public taxes ol
vprv other description, which became due
and Wei e paid at the Tieasuiy Mf the state
,;fiin dial neriod :' together with tne divf-
dends declared by our three several banks
on the, stock or shares held in thein respec-
tively by North Carolina, and which were
i a V. . (inrnmnn I r(-illir ? tilt
payaore im vv..,.v . 7
... nmi.Mfi nf the vacant
nurcnsc munr; i" v,v-wi "( ;.
Ld unappropriated lands lately entered,
1 and paid lor in the. course oi the time a-
I ijove mentioned y - and the collection made
.1 i ..:.,.,ni, i u iinrriHi(ri, of
j Uom tne ownus g... e - v
if. .nrliui5nj a dividend dechred
anu xii ia
:,,-,,. nf the i;ane-f ear tavi-
"JVny in the year' 1821, ion the
?xl u hv North-Carolina-
; tor a. Tw - Ce Vundred
and foue7dmund and; ninetyne
IrV toy-four and one fourth erntf,
anSegate amount of two hundred, and
fortylmeg thousand, one hundred and six -
1 v " . . 7 ... i .i
tv-ihrn dollars, sixtv-eieni ceiuciiiuiuicrc- naic .... - -r - -.
ZnZ ot " l U formed-$24t,63 eSueof the .a,e - and can, ,lre,;.
6831 ' I '1 longfr be counted on: in lorn.:nga
From this rrale sum, disbursements mate of the amount of the future. 'p:l1,s.
haWbeenmadfwifhin the time firs, abov.. at the Treasu.,. It i. hoped ,nd behr,
mentioned including Treasuiv notes and ed however, that in the course of the,e.
SSnie, burn,, one bun- ,en,iscal yeathe redempUon ..e mo. ;
dred and Iwenty-six ibousand, seven bun- ney of die emtssiont ol 1TJ no isj,.
and one dollar,, x,,-pne and three ivillj be .ccpmli.hed -ml h.,uh 1
oualers cents rSl26,701'998:) Tb. prove , o be the cal, Ihe diidei.d .iherr
von hs fo " which are' in' ,beosseion alter declared by the Su.e Bk may be
of the Comptroller, and are of course, in made to come in a.d of the re. nueof the
admes"orlhe eiaminatibn of the Com-: itate, and will P'obably forn. conhh,
mhWf Finance. J - ; t items, and prove, valuable and efficient ,..b-
TCi xplmdimre, being deducted frcm ;,,itutes for tbej.urce, of re..,ue above
theisui, ,Wl above mentioneu, wiU eouoabew :
, , Q Ka1ani-ii nf ntif) hundred
! found to leave a balance of one liunared
and fourteen thousana lour nunarea ana
,he first da, of Nov, 182-,
fbrmingl or. composing. th' reception ,and
expenditore above mentioned, the Treato
rer wbnl ask leave respectfully to retti to
the printed statement furnished by lha
y-i 1 ! ir . t til. Li.. ..f
clared by the Directors of the, Stat Bant
on the slkares held in it bv North-Carolina.
(after deducting the interest retained by that
corioraUon, as due and payable to it under
thf nrovisions of the act of 1811. n ac-
" I i ' . . . ' ''
count of the unpaid tor sharts of the state.;
up to December last) was eighteen. thpu
sand and jiiiueteen dollars and seventy ix
cents, which sum was paid over to the
Public Treasurer, 'by the officers of the
Banlc, in imoney of the emissions of 173
and 1735! and was therefore burnt und de
troved, a die aw directs, . , ' .
Of the jiuiq of one hundred and fourteen
thousand four hundred and sixty-one dol
lars aud ninety-nine cents, ; above, mention-
ed as being the balance due and payable
from the Ifublic Treasurer t the siate of
tlie first day of the pre
sent month, vi: On thefirst day of ,No
vhor. 1S22. fortv-three thousand three?
f hundred and three dollars and nine. cents,;
are deposited ai my credit, as ruDiic 1 rea-
surf r, in the Slate UanK at tiaieign. roi-.
ty thousand and forty eiglu dollars, and
d three-riuaiters cents, are.
deposited and stand at ray credit, in like .
manner, injthe uanK 01 iewuem, .
leigh and! fifteen thousand, nine hundi ed -and
seventj-two dollars and fitly tejitu,
are deposited in like nnnner, and staudt
i as Public Treasurer, in tlie,
lit, n""T ... I'l
Bank of Cape Fear at Fayettville: I he
remainder is in the pumic cues., ...u
formed of cash or bank notes, kept there
to be at ba.d and in readiness to meet die
ordinary expenditures of the day of vou
chers or di ms which have been paid . ff
and taken up We the first day of Notein-.
arid W hid are thereloie nn
account and of worn and
ireasuiv notes, prepared and
be buint,-when me egisid
diased so to direct.
ture may be
. I.. ihiTrt.Jnth of Novembei last, Messrs.
Welboih a. d TaiiHleno, cominiionerf
appointed bj fiovernor Franklin to up. r
intend the sellinc, &c. of the land, belong
ins to thisUate, commonly called the
Cherokee Lands, paid into the I ublie
Treasufy the sum of vfilteen hundred and
nineteen dollars, and forty-one and one
proceeds of tlie sales made by them and
which had come into their hands a. com
niissioners J..foreid; .winch sum was
forthwith aii agreeably to la', Pt
ihV credit of the Board of Internal n -
tne rrpon oi .mr ,
pavements, as has oe ,ir
jinre th,"h, , I,8r,f and eighty.:
hundred j ,ak,a
s,x cent S c .juried t F'unk,in and
J, .,he sales b j R esrs
.Mebane in 1820) up io
Jise. handed over and delivered at the .
Treasury thej bonds taken insecure the
purchnse money of the lands sold bv thern
as commissioners aforesaid, nmountini' -to
- , , nrtA :r1,,,
tiuriPen thousand, six hundred and eiehty-
, . . . a i.ir
nine dollars and twen f !
cents, the who e of which remain on nle,
anyet to be ,aid. -. . ; . ., '
From ih statement whicn" commences
- . . . .
ance which remained in the Treasuryon
th hrst ol rvovemntr, iozi, ano.inurni.
; ceirded it by several thousand dollars;
nd ii will likewise be borne in mim, that
remaining in the Treasury onjthejrst da
of TSptemberSSf-namely,:. The d.vi
dends of the jBanks' of Cape-Fear, and
Newbern, and the d.v.dend of the Caje.
- Fear Navig.tKm Company, hate ceased to
,t in foirnr rr aid i.f the ordinal v rev-
J ne runic irrurn.v v.. -n
, ' . nf . UU(ure lhr fore.
. ouy - - - ; , rf