r, ... ... v,
Frem thejBciton Gazette
; a sitngaruci jjiy,xToie?ur'-iMcwj uii uc
cold region f mrlh oHnawith A ecK
Vparis-noihiRfr-Rktisraciorv has been known.
.-. asur its fTLaouuiiPSwun vine vncp,
; V an pH$ed.l.on?i been deriy!!. 1 hey.eal
vM ihe irbserxatohsi of nt ieasthree, intlividu
' riiiiig it licbiietelfenCe is in drawing
4 -; conclusions w;irrante onivDV sucn tact.
j a-w e re coIlectedVb?t i lie write r?s own per-
j ' v-t obiecti ii jtKe correction of some; fals4 con-
elusions i hi he. 8 1 a teme nta tf his nr ed ec e-
.v.N tvsqrs, Foiessor Ul in $t ead a od.M n". liQ tn e
Vv Oifjreferri ft k I9 th eipers of tbe8ei ge,ni
X!cmeTKweiinu v inHrinefornieri oiOf not
ingi Uie 1 masses : off gold -very rcuctv wa.
i ( r worna n d t h e gray el &c. in.spme pa
ceshiffhf y . impregnated ? Vuh ; go'd dust,
3 - -
co h te n is t o havebeen brooch t f rom a d i s
V'i xance or ine asencyvPi j inei uciucc. yo
iWimi th'eellen'ce-:aflr1deci: brvbthefC bhcB'
It'Jhe. spoils of the iabdi--
s I-' : mo on in masses scattered th ro'
' ! h'i;:iv;:--k.ca1UV edi
? , v--.ivv4';r wnicn ne capposej,to have Dejen-separaiea
) ; lJTo?lrro by diluvial' actionHe,
lii 'MKStKuup'pos?d;thc cravelvifb'its precious
i ! j XlYhe fn jparious parts of the country j but
1 ' f PProfespr iMiUhel informs us that the de-
Uf Id'l .HC ill J g -Ul - .1 fl aiaf,
presents nodilavial origin a ml. that the de-
..Sr.iioielv-friiin'the, disintegration, or wearin.-
f a w;ay of the; ncks which ; t bey "coyer
'I'-fir eater: or, iess..ii.epfiu:.:v;4-j.:-'
Me:thui( uposes that the. gold JiaSjfnot
; .-l'4"ibu f that i'" fcijr R 'yitfgT" of the 'iQkV".t t.
5 "W- has shrtpiy-fiiUen out, and npV lieJv nearly
in ine sime poi wnere if was nrsc oeposii
ed i. in , Contact with its - rocky ihatrix.-
TThu l en t i.n. -the. opinion, of Riofessbr
i Olmsted, thatthe tleposiis are diluvial, he
at :once refers us to ; causes uhich are still
-t-j..vin active jpperaiion ; ana with, vnicn we
ti'-'ry ' fan if i ;i n. 1 causes w hose --effecU- we -a re
ili; i;2t every day Hnesfing.vandto which the
tiSv d o re o wesli iti existeh c.eV::,j He. a 1 so, J den ies
- thel pptniori of-! Rirllotbe, ; who supposed
" that the gold nad oeen thrown mtokthe low
f ; V lands of .the region by an iinpetuousinan-
d ation lof the wate rs from the B.lueRidge,
wnicn : nau torn: , op . ine - au ruerous veins
vrTvKikf torurt Koir trp-ianra fivar (Ku rnnn
U i- -try Rothei
-4?: rseens,to have:been in stating the charac
::$t;fi:f -1f K9cM i gold'r-was lfirs t
!W-r8Coveredand to! which he applied the
A I A kt ' u rt, k . W tfl M f M-m- mm. M9l SB .-' . n . - rm m n. max WF '"
4 ?v ! UtP-itone slated. Thi according to Profess i;
' :. v r- Klilrhull icon ovlunsivtv riirmitinn nr f pah.
I t 'v gitiort clay slated eiiibtacing the auriferous
region.of NortK Carolina.and.extending to a
?t ; great distance through the state, in a north -
il ;this - opinion, ' that of, Fnifessor Olnisted.
if f rv ' Cwoo Id see m t iia c cord tt a I th ou gh the latter
ffical observers J bu t we should hardly have,
il 'fcWn .' '."a I g f i u ca ted i U the v ery bfrfbfplace
j&i:t : d a r y gre ens to ri ei, aroc k w hie b i n i i s geo-v-V3
'a Jcaractersih all its' structureUa rid
4t'?'4?'M & RQdieThorwever;ls other wise accurate'
V ii i j a wi & 1 1 v . v w u ,i m imi,i vtt IV Vf sire- pr;L,lMr
l-' inh is st a tern en t a pel his ibse rv a t i o ns are
'vif jrnore pra (for it:seems
fe beasja iplnera
lAtid i theircunistart
K"u vi;cu- . r nuiLi, iiie uoseryaiionsHuf
.''; Kl f T? Ivo' rrf "" Pp..foieiii I i Vt ul I " 14-. . '
pears that the; gold occurs n imtneditei
connection with veins rtf quart which tra
verse" the slat formatinn in various direc-
' S'i?toti -.kb'd'r atei, "jst OAettjneslM rcf barc'bythe
i bipo.Mtlonf b"';ibck . -S'lt is soine
f lAi 'ril cbnglbmte
f ( v:;"'"lic (HfiroenfarY:rbcK;' which ;?fs"v'c.Otinnbiilv:
I ; know ti Jby. the name of; pudding-itone---
I ! I v f ;.pj-o'i cvr 1 1 chel I Vina (Trpre is"' no 1 eas
r I . . ' , ' IIJIII n II liri tZ III ..i' MM j.1 u iii wrrm MIIIC
( Iti ibi nied uitely? w Uh the-foc4vVbu t ?;re - Open -h
c - 1 ngs m t fbe o verlay i t?g slra! t u nof gravel M
If .7-7 ... :t '-. .. . . - S : . . .- i. : . 1 S ' ' - T"
? U ;be coo e t rem e tyM nt e res ting from th eVn ch
; .Specunens i nan anorueu-.iS"; called 15ar
f fnger! mioK j; It t the first spot in the
igZ -ijCoh (ry jttj;whicli thift'eta) has been fnuid
?V i nit regu larvei nj; and we a reltold jha t
fhe xtns offfiuartZt tfjrming theioecu
-,.f gotdrVse n tiinra- few
Hty i- nstanVes bthein terejtiPg Rmetal I icIubV
45?': ? T.'S-f ot 1 ir. : inf frAVispfl.vIf t -'iVwi1l-::I:':ir-r
; cuariz ni ironf anu oicopper pyrites-1-
' i-V .v :througbou t the ! coo ntry i sca reel vi. r ii' hil
iueiiQaoiy ; oecoine s source . of -great I
t e rnrise b s f w e i a v e CTe ry reason .to; su r -
pose! that it exists pieniHuiiyannregwn
has so ably, described.- ;
V It !
SANTA !FE TRADE.
Ve":have publ isKejdJa paragnipb liotic-
pearjl from guboi n eil -:tarti cl e,j;,that
jinftiett to a ttetn pt projecting thi$ iratfe in
the Mexican rerntory : . v iv . .,.-.-:.n k
HMt piABtSiRGenertiVAtkinson has jtlst te.
my ..foom.-. He. read to me a communication from
the ;Vfar epnrtment clirectinghini to detach
four.,, companies of Infantry to accompany oiir
Santa Fe Trad ersr this Spring, 'as as the; Ar
kansas river: f there v remin until .their return
m1h ta?1Gett3 A this order'
into effect jmmedjatlj-; He rJS :vey selicitoits
on thft r$oMtcCandi .'itliciye'notice'wiK'enHhe
troons will be redvitaimoveiiVor tKelwantj of
an approprMlion by'.GbnffressGertrjacVs6nH
not feel hi.mself aut horized to mount the troops
destined efvr j the protection v of the ;Santa Fe
' ' I have procured from General Atkinson one
six pounder, and ammunitioh.for the samej; pis
toW sabres, - &c. sifficienf to arm one "company.
As the United VS t at troops will "advance no
farther than the Arkansas river, a Company of
our citizens will be: necessryto,escortcourjtrai
ders from that plhtto Banta Ve.Vi, oVt 1 f -'
i :; lie pleased Jo rhatcc the facts herein contained
as;puh lie as.possibte;, ; for the informarToh of those!
interested- and'I hopeyotf will urge the speedy
formation of a company for the o bject in flMfa
tion. ; I feel the deepest interest in. this import-
t ant; subjectr and wi
1, with infinite .pleasure,
eive to it all the aid in
I am compelled to write in haste,
i-- 1 : Tour friend, most smcerelyv
' 'f ;-,:-: JOHN MILLER. ,
Gen.'.THoxAS Ai Smith. - ( t..-;. J ;f- :l U .
The following notice of. this measure is
copied : from th e.M issour t ,Repiibl ican of
April 28th. It is impossible not to feel
that all thd exceptions stated to the scheme
of Govefnor Miltefc exist in great 'force, '
amllhamriy mbrje knight be enumerated.
m ' . ; r - ernes uaz. i-.--.-.
r: Saxt FE.TADft.---IJnder this head we
republish to-day an article from the Misf
souritrntelligencefYlVjetter of Gov. Mil
ler. Jt is certainly true, that theigreat
est, if not the onlyldanger to the Santa Fe
traders, ies .beyond the : Arkansas ; and
within bOlexteatV' territory ifjhe place
atphiOiall the paoiitragesiwere perpe
tra ted f u rnisbes any i n d i cation oft he point
of danger ; and it is, linqiiestionably tru
that," if the company' of citizens proposed
to, be org
' they coul
sed ,by the Uovernor, are ! a
com pete't it vscort! 6i beyond the Arkansas'
lit, withieniiat 'tn,jencv and i se
perfdrni the. wholev duty," " It is
clear,. therefore, that, in the opinion of the
Governor, the escort about to be furnished
by the United.States is, at best, useless,
J and will be unavailinsr if not worse, than
usel ess. We sav : wo rse than useless i'. be
1c a use M? exhibit wn pfdh armed fb rce may
excite thefndians to double vigilance, atid
probabl y provoke ilitm to an cdtack after
the protection shall be r w ithdrawp.
- But a question of still graver import : &
presented by t he subj ec t. By what i au
thority does Gov. M iller u odertake : to
sirid an armed force into the territories" of
a inenaiy rower f rroiection 10 ine, oan-
ta Fe trailers was anxious! v desired by! the
late Admiitistration, and "the propriety of
oespatcning a . miiiiary lorce irom-r uamp
Leavenwprin ior ine purpose, was consul
ered two years ago y but it .was then I as
certained, that the trade needed no pro
tection within our own dominions, and, as
no military power could lawfully be sent
into the Mexican territory, the expedition
was abandoned.. ; " ! ! I
.The advisers of General Jackson seem,
also, to have untlerstootl that the National
Government had no right to march an arm
ed force through jthe territory of another
nation," without express .pertnisssion ; add
it U for this reasoni welapprehenid that th?
troops are in g no farther than the- bounr
ment, under the past and present" Admin
istrat iohg ha ve projerly declined tHc?fe.s$'
ponsibiiity of marching troops into Mexi
co, is it not t he heigh t of prelum pt ion in
Gov. Miller to juudertake it ? It the
right or duy of senlihg troops into Mexi
co, exists at all, it btelorigs to Uie Naiiona)
bovernment; hot to the Governor of -Mis-
sou ct And ,.bowi it this be the case, will
Col . .Benton e x cu sej himsel f for not -ha vi ng
procured the necessary laws to' be passed
since, as it seems. Me claims the whoie
honor of setting; on "'foot-the' expedition:? !
It appears also.
that po appropriation
havbee n I mad e by
Congress, beyond the
brtl i n a ry. s uppbrt o f
the army to defray the
expenses of the expedition ; ahd'the inqui
ry naturally, suggests itself, by what, au-
. n un ly uoes tjerirra i AtKinson unuercaKe
to furnish arms 'andf munitions ofCyrrhtxi
fpen not called into service bvVauthoritv of
th e t U " ted Ski t ejs ? 7 3By ha t a u th ori t yi
does Gov. Miller order oiit. or call into
service, a cooipany.lbf yoluhteers ? How
are they expectedjto be be paid, or are they j
excte'(l';iosryeiiVirnbth - f&l
Tusctioosa Ala Mav 8.
4y.C; have ;everj:w it w essed ambre fuf i
Si u sa nil d e s'tjructiV e It b rtii of Sjiai fcwifi.
I oosa was visited' iia?Jkiij:Sujyi b
1 r'gj 0i'ibVf - wi t ji
M ry y bung and pldli and t al I I;i.bpcttriiw' J
Wr's ,,,vJr' ver oeiore' in tpis or.; any
OtheK cxintry,;b? Jlindr!se beheldlhe
like. ' rttbeiea
t b e le men ts 2 c OU Id . not extii hit m bre"7fu r vi
i vtoience:and commotmuNiehtrhadS not
come bh, and vet i Cwas impossible to : see
if ujivc:.oiur-.3 uie winn roarea anu ine 'tor-
rents tbhSbled Mm
lonesereotb large as sbmwehave
P" 4escxioeaf.uiii; tne? quantity that
e groubd ?s covered.with -bail in att
average tieplh of foiir incueslrd ia :pla
fmmlsevenrto.-nine feet fden. -it catae
firat froinHhenoH eered round
wifjjgreajrapidityi easi and ; south,
noHh stde bfMrE
fhutlding,was jitMe less. vvtMr. E wing's
loss, -boweveri was riot more complete than
tion within the Grange bfvthVjtorrn was
erecJ with 'green leaves as itf autumn it -is
With theeUbvl The trees of tbe orchard
have lost their iVuittheirieaviBsrari
their smaller.boughs: Inthe fields and
gardens.; Je very thing tliatad peeped :
bftyelhe: surface bTasen bfa ten into the
earthv The injury towhitcros, &ci is
U The extesnt of thehaif otm ?bas not,
been as b x I or worse hre i ha ri? elsewhere;
though the wind has done extensive jU)jir
ry iu prostatiug theUimbtT and. fences.
State of North-Carolina.
- Court of I'leas and Quarter Sessions,
; May, Term, A D. 1829. . : : J
t A'i,A Oriemal I Attachment
levied on a House & Lot
in the City of Raleigh, &
Joseph Gales & Sun,
sundry, other articles : to
; Daniel Peck.
gether wit li divers per
sons!, summoned as Uar-
nishees. : I" ' ...
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
vhat the Defend nit, Daniel Peck is not an
inhabitant of this State : It is ordered; that pub
lication be made in the. Raleigh Register for six
wt-eksi giving notice to the' said; Daniel. Peck,
tliat.be appear, at the Court of Pleas and Quar
ter Sessions, to be held for the County and Sate
aforesaid,,at the Court-housein ualeigh, on the
3d Mpiidayini August nexttheh and there re
plevy and plead to issue or judgment final-will
be rendered up ag unst him, and the property
levied on condemned, subject. to the Plaintiffs'
recovery. .Witness, Benjamin S.
of said Court, at; office in Rdeigh,
day in May, 1829- r:r rS" r
i - : . . " . i
the;3d Mo n
r BENJ. S. KING,Clk.
State of JSTorih-t!arolina, -
' Wtke County. -;-
. .. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, ;
. May Tern, A. D. 1829.
'Original 'Attachment; levied
x L.'m ilv. - 1 bn a House and Lot in' the City
Lewis Peck, ; I , .. . . . . i. '
''.'v-'i ;' ' ' . L0'- .::igii ,; ina: sunury outer
. f articles'-s together with divers
persons summoned as Garni
shees. ' '.'t"V,.T!''-i '
IT appearing to the sutisfaction of thd -Court,
that the Defendant,' Daniel Peck is not an
inhabitant of this State.:-It it ordered, that pub
lication be made in the Raleigh Itegister for six
.weeks, givjng notice. to the said Daniel Peck,
that he appear at the Court of Pleas and Quar
ter Sessions, to be held for the County and State
aforesaid, at the Court-house in Raleigh, on the
3d Monday in August next, then and there re
plevy and plead to issue, or judgment final will
be rendered up against him, and jthe property
levied on condemned, subject to the Plaintiff's
recovery.' "Witness, Benjamin S. King," Clerk
of said Court, kt office in Raleigh, the 3d Mon
day in May, 1829.' . : " J,.: , ,
: r r ; ; BENJ. S. KING, Clk.
v State qf WbrtfeCarolinay i
.! :',? . ; Wake County. " j : :: :l
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
. MayTerm, A'. D.'1829. ''
- -v H Original Attachment ; levied
Jno. Buffalow ? W"Sk in.d.H in.Jhc
- , v . I of Raleigh, and ., sundry otber
Dan'l Peck I ?rticlf 5 together! with divers
. - 4 " " I persons summoned as "Garni--N--,'L;-vJ
shees. h ;.'.i'! -jj-''--'-' '
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
JL that the Defefendant, Daniel Peck is not an
inhabitant of this State : It is ordered, that pub:
lication be made ' in the Raleigh Register for six
weeks, giving notice to the said Daniel Peck,
that he appear at the Court of Pleas and Quarter
Sessions,, to be held focJhe County and State ai
foresaid, at-the Court house in Raleigh, on the
3d I Monday, in August next, then and there re
plevy and plead to issue, or judgment final will
be rendered up against him. and. the -property
Jeyjed on condemned, subject to the Plaintiff's
recovery Witness,! Ben iamin S, jKincr, Clerk
of said Court, at office In Raleigh, the 3d Mon-
day in May, 1829. '
BENJ. . KING. Clk.
State of North-Carolina,
jl -Wake Cnun ty. ' ?r;t. -Court
of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
. May Term, A: D. 18294 :
Original. Attachmentf levied
Daniel Peck. '
on a House and Lot in the Ci
ty of Raleigh, arid sundry o-
tnerr articles ? together .with
divers persons summoned as
Garnishees.' '.rl'.? ':' h-
IT appearing tbv the satisfaction of the Court;
lhat the Defendant, Daniel Peck is not an in
habitant of this State : It is ordered, that publi
cation be made in the - Raleigh Register for six
weeKs, giving; noxice jo ine, aaia uamei recic.
that he appear at the Court of Pleas and -Quirter
Sessions, to be mld for, the. CpUnty and . State
aforesaid, : at' the Court-house in Rateiirb.on the
3d Monday In August: next,- then 'and there re
plevy and plead lo.issUe, or judgment final will
be rendered up against him, ; and the property
leviea on conaemned, supiect to rlaintitts re
covery. ; Witness, Benjamin S. King, Clerk' of
said Court, at office in Kaleigli, the 3d Monday
111 JUSVi 1(M7.
BENJ. S. KING. Clerk.
S( a of North Carolina .
. . Wale Coupty.l:-;; J:
Court of Plea and Quarter Sessions,; i "
. f- v :vAy; Tcrm,A-D.; 1829;:U;
'.'"v''v'.:' iJJ j. levied ii a House &
Wm. Peck, as Agent &c. Lotin the city ofUn-V.;if'-Vi:?
Daniel Peck. . ; I articles i v together
:;?"v-"v:,; . V.v;vr;; bwith'divers persons
IT appearing, to the satUf. .ctioq -ofj the Court,
thatheDeiepdanf Daniel iPecltiis not an
Inhabitant: of this tkte!01t Is ordered, that puB'i
licalibibe; Dnal e l iv t lie Ral ti ph Register for six
weeks, gi.ing notice vto the said Dainel ' Peck,
that lie appear at tlie Court of - Pleas and QqF
ter ; Sssins, to ; be held, for the V County and
Stated aforesaid t "the Cburl-bouse in Kalehrhf
on the 3d Alonday; in August next; . their and I
there l-eplevy and, plead -to issue, or: judgment
final will be rendered, up against him, and the
property levied on condemned, aubject 'to" the
plaintift"' recwery- Witness, ; BeJii.;S Iling
Clerkofaid Court, at office in Itdejrfithe 3d
Monday tn juay i.uzy.
BENJ. S. ILXNG,X'Ier.
n Ar M aw-MIl on cjraciree wmm.
""nn? Raleigh, mavbe had PLANK,
and SCANTLING pf every description, t ;
rWKE oh will e iramcauicv oupii-- - : ' i fcr- . v ' 7." umoer.n
oi t Sori. wHl be immediatelyauppuea, n.
fiHE Public-Anniversary Examination of e
I Students of tbe5UnWersiy;.of.NoTth.C.afolir Crarid Consblidated- &tU, Kn i e
ra will be heldtChapel.Hill, onIond e,
to-day; until Thursday .-: the atpi ? , 1 J - .00 Jp Jittery. . 9 IJraion'&allrd.
trientned day s appointed lor tne na " I Prizci of S30'
. i ne xouowtnfr i l usiccs ,f nm ,-7", i-- - -t;- . . .
... . "1 w. tOOQ --i..L -? rl "v-
ffii Er'ctt JQHN OWEJV, f.rrst ex omcio
jh- jauN juicer;
Hon. J'jW H1MNCIT, f P ; -: ;
v.-- t ' ? THOMAS BUItGES.
1 'GenI.-' CJIL VIN JONES; -r
iFtfr. nr. WILLIAM McPJI EETERS, '
, Cel. i WILLIAM ROR ARES,
; - ; ;T1I0,IAS Ii UFt I& Esq
r Ar, a -ArTtn t: xnn n ft J)
By order of- His Excellency Governor OwenV
' ' . ..' : r 1 ti i r 'i'
a special meeting ot me poaru u i nwiccs wi
be held at the University, during, the ensuing
Examination, wheji oitsines of vital importance to
the future prospect nf the Institution will be'edn
tidered and discussed. - - " i - f
The Secretary has accordingly been instruct'
ed to invite most earnestly to this meeting, the
whole btxlv of the Trustees of our University i
and to say in tb'is Notice, that it is confidently U New-York Consolidated
rhohedL.and expected that no individual member
of the Board, wnemer ne oe oi ixne aoove uc
signaled Committee or not who fcan with, any
degree, of convenience give hjs personal atlend
ancevwill'on this occasion fail to clo.so.f
CHARLES 3IANI.Yi -
Secretary - Hoard 'of Trustees.
V Raleigh, 10th May; 1829,
Com mencemeiit Oration.
f N compliance with the joint r- solution of the j
I Dialectic "and Philanthropic Societies of ' the
University of North-Carolina, '.that some indiyj
'dual, who had beefi a regular member of one of
their Societies, should be chosen, every succeed
ing year, to deliver a public Oration in the Coh
lege Chapel on the day preceding each Anniver
sary Commencement, v we take pleasure in an-
nouncingto thie friends of literature; that Pro-
tessortiooPEB, oi tne universicy; nas, on ine pari
those, who may attend, besides contributing to
promote, a degree of spirit in onr -proceedings at
com"encement to wrhichthey would not other
wise attain, may anticipate the reception, of much
pleasure from jthe production "of a gen tleman so
well known for his literary attainments. Vv
- Ry order of the Dialectic Societv. V
Chapel Hilli April 50. 1829. P? ' 69-
- " 1 PubUshed in the :
oilivi iinijr, nc lutcuinea aiiu UCUillCB (J) l(HI-l. . . - , f , w .
gress also, all the State Papers and Documents rT vT f Monaay, ;june 'zza, jame
of public interest, laid before Congress, or ovw P. Johnson, Principal.- : l : , , ';
mating in that body, and all the 'Acts passed by ie r-'THO'S B.I.ITTLEJOfIN, Prest,
them. These kcommendations, in addition to " 2- ofd yh; 1829. , :y ; - 71
a variety of other information which; is : to be P S T'Thoro'v Press, the" Edenton Gj
found in its columns, connected with the Gene
ral interests of our own country, with Literature.
and Science, and the Affairs of the world at lare-es ,veelcs continue for,three weeks that part rel
together with the character : of ffei
which the paper has sustained under its present
editors for many years, make the National Intel-'
hgencer useful and even valuable- to all who
feel an V interest , i n the concern s . of . this or -of j
, i . -. . . - , j V7 oi ine
," r Witt rAneil,AC o TtTMrAA tfrl.MA I
approbation seems to be due to public measures: -TV1".1 VC"N
It ;Unnrted tt 1 ArlminUtrLtW i.rn.a ou..-ro.,na,vnave never Oeen m ray p
eral. Government,;: rhenthe measures of .that
Ur . n: i. ".l " "7" session as the.
Administration were such s to meet its a
but as certainly "to oppose the. uniust'or the Pro
scriptive.y It will bein principle; 'opposed - to
any Administration: of tbe GovvrnmenViwhose
measures shall show it to have the ihteresfsof a
J-" iiiuici man uie great interests or
which it has pursued, the National IniflHh
Jhas been denounced, 'and-Vii;.kttempt.has''--'.beeh
'made, to put it dow nt ritrht or :1 wroii er. - b v f t he
strong arm of power dift cted by caucus agency.
The attempt is as vain as" it -would be ff nv
modern prophet to bid, theun to stand still
Tliirty years old," this National paper is not yet
in, i tspr i m, b u f acqui res 'stre ngt h 5 and po w er
"with every. day 'of its existence ':'-:-,'.' - .
.s TTiiiiuui naving ev sougpt tor popularity, or
courted piibl ic patronage, the National Intelh
gnrjehjoa;aUe dy, the Widest circulation "of
Mnyjiewspaper in me United iJtates. It is read
in every State and Territory in the itJnioni and
vyirjifr. jiis rcau iii .cvrrv capital, in isurope.
and; possesses sources 4f information exceeded by
no other JournaL-- .rri;-' ktf-'.
Fdr the first time, an effort is, made to enlanre
.us juuauiiuuu iu 11, ojr e.ung. lojriii iuis a" nis.
pectui-whiclibur'avcrsarifa'V politics are e
peeled to deal sacreneroualy with as to let "it he
een and ourfrtends so kuullv at
, , . t "rf . -
nnmo'Sr -tirirf thtQu! rt .rMi rfrl r " - 17
tofbre we haveihrdlywislied to enlar
.---ww, - - tMv wiu.v wuiuuiautj , n e? rn
bscriptioif Ust intending hereaTtexy ho I c ver,
-..r w "iv'ai nriuu uciiewspaper,
f-reF-we.inyite sucn luryipr aupscrip
tionsa - beiiigfpupxtu
rwe our, laoor ana expenseswv:H :-;v -.; :. .V :
"vThe National Ihteilikence is mibIished'dMiivl'
at ten dollirs per'ainitHT. pavableVin advane
ix ia.jpiiDtnnea aiso, ior trfe more iconrenieut
circulation wnere a aauymaii ioes not pertelcate,
three times avweek at; six dollars per jammml
payable in advance. A remittance of either of
these amounts id bank paper, "by, xhiil. '.will"en-
sure the prompt and '"regular transmission of cyj
ery paper that may be-oi-dn c J. ---j- (.v
Those subscribtng will please fosTgmfy hetb
e? "ley desire ttiipjeTor'yeoidytVd then
to - a stopped without further notice? or risb'it
ta U continued ut;l'countenaaiided'"'-Ct-",'-?.
v ya2iiia-rton: Alav 20. 1R29;
n -v -v 1
electioriTof General Jackson:sup.
just measures, of tins t Admmistrat nn. x TV . T ; -.wv...
tne country, -vit is, in a wordwhkt its title de
notes, a Nationlt'paper.'V.-f H'.-A 'y--For
,thev independehtrand t impartial course
. i JLot and Improvement
-T N the Toxr n cf Nashville,-immediatJi.
ii.' site thcCourthouse. ? Consisting- hf PW
House,-24, by 50 feet, inferior to n!
State for construction ; with! a LiimK "r, n w
Sresent a ood ktoct on band," ; part Ijr seasoned cot .J-J conyen.ent Stables caj
tav4tt i ii829:"" :-V "'5 :K"vt , hold ng!2 Horses ; together with ar !
f SSSumSne order; and grinds AVaggon.and Team of six Horses, .n h ?l H
i-frttThc Grist-MU is in. nne.oruer m . h1- . . is a
' 5,000 -
i BesideBS00i ;100, 90, 80, 7a 6(f
2)r JAMES SsSMITHifY : : 4-". tX' , l02Qr.
r RICHARD D. SPAIGHT, Eq. : 10. x ne 2 i a pnz.es are payable fin Pt
h! v.ait...flCnin niw I Q.tfiil.i . All other rri7.f t M t
?. . - - j" t - s . k fault in 'icu
i .rrf--o. oi,u. Halves 5
I A Quarters 25 50. ; Eighths' i :f5m'
.CONNECTICUT, STATE LOTTERY vrt J
11. .30.- 10. 48.. 19. 2-
3L 31.' 8. 5:
Zotterv. An c
11. 32. 8. -
YATES 5c M'INTYRE,
f Fill EVemianmjaT Examination of the Snidem
-JL connected Wlih 4tiis institution will beV.v
on r etinesuay,- o! June. farents snd Gatfi
ans -are requested to attehtl. j W
.: nit .ciujti ui me ot-ijuui . win oe resting1
on Monuay, june, , .
hK'. r '-i'-" . -- A- -WILSON, PrindpU.
,,VilHamsboro,, May f9. . : 74
3 &altn & &axxf
Have iiut deceived a supply of
Ifyinjs Conquest of Grenada, in two Vok
, Price S3 00. ; '
May-27,' 1829;- ; . y :Y-Ul . . 63
J )f IE Examination of the Male Students v.
ca. begin on Monday, June 1st, and close w
the semi-annual Report 'Wednesdav mornin I
I TEMOIR onvthe Cultivation of the Vine.V
or ine uia.ecuc apc.eiy, rece.vt-un . cepieo. :JLTX.; on lhc best mi de of making' Wine, secor1
this appointme nt and Willerforn, the - duty at- Editiom .Washington Citv, 1828. Prke
tend? .t thereon, ; in Person Hall, on W ednesday, J- bund.';' One 'Dollar? - -
24th of June next; ' ? 7 ? italeieh May - I - 6
We deem it almost superfluous to add, that - : : '
' Wl r' wAbiun,;. imnMsdiatelv atler which the .Efemiinnl
-. j . . j j 1
f 1 BY ' '" ." ''' " c FemaleJAcademy takes -!ace, aiid will conclui1
I' GALES 8 SE&TOJV. " - ith"an exhibition ofMusic Thursday evenin;!
THE National Intelligencer is an old establish. . All interested are respectfully solicited to attcntj
ed Journal, at the' Seat of the General Goy- he Summer Session ofthese Academies open:
ernment. , It publishes, . originally, regularly, mllowsr The female .under the ewe of tb
r..ii d..,i:.... .j n..k i Rev. Joseph Labaree. will onf r nn lfnnftow inJ
zette, & Nprfokileraidfw ill publish the aborr
vwo weeKs, apq tneni after an intenral of Xv
eheral fairness l mt? 10 ' ;the 0Pen,ng;of the session, and foriK
heir accounts as heVetofore;-
IJuiversity Bank Stock;
u:"t"r w JawTa- ofthV CuPi,alStockof the Burk of Cape.
, v"u-o.v wuw.vo ""tic VCIUUI'C r.l- I.V. .... K-ln.. . it,-r ' - i ... ;..
ng.tp the Trustees, of the Universifj
ilina . have Vnever: been in ray pos
session, as ttietr. Treasurer -'-andx are".- believed ti
have beetf lost or mislaid. N(tice Is tbertftd
Tsaid Trustees, for a Duplicate
Cer tifcate of &
hreasurer Board of Trustees.
Raleigb,-3Qt h April, 1 829. - '
-ThefollowingAVorkV bV Al Bolmir,Profe
of the French Language in the High School
Philadelphia! are to be hudVt the Booksiorej
r J. GALES & SON.' . :-- . :
.1 st-A' Collection of. one hundred of Perrins
.;Fabtesi?;aecorapa tiled by1 -.Key;; cbntaihing'
text a; literal and . free - translation," arra
in sucli a jmYnnera to point out "the differed
between'the French and theT. Engfiih idioics-r
Also, .a figured; proimnciHtion ;of the; Frei1
'according to the best .French Sworks extant
the subject.;TSe whole preceded by a T"
Jtise,on the ; sun.da jf the French., language,
compared with those of he Kngtish; after ' j
is a'Srllabaiyei'or -cnlUctioh ofl French troAf
'PricerSll.vA-v -.-V - s.-. ...... ''- '
- 2. . Is Aventures de.Telemaqye par Fenete
accorapanieii by a Key to the tirst eight boo:
containing like the : Febles the text a llU7i
and-free translation t at ended as a Sequel t'8
Uj";-,'i .-r -iMartin Cnutvl-''! :::
. s T appeanna: to :the satire tion of the
; fi that Luke RoMis rlor 4 resident of this St
it is orleredv-;tijatt1ap' next ter.
tne superjcr.i;fiuct.i:(uty Ibr Martin cc
else Jadgment pre cotilcssd -wil be taken gt
,mm ananatpU3icaxi?i t(i mis :ruie --. i
for Uiree'montLln the 'Rie"gh Register
For- sale, at' tb:s Oiace.
' It .avo determination, thouffii li on S :Jne ;P"" "-i
-ui stiu.uanKw in Tne nnme am! on beha t ot u:.
;P AS V. M ETflOD for acqmring a knowledge f
i JLJ the Prenrh I "ano-n"- c Yt..n'l tn Schools
and Self- Iaiiiior. t : t '
VUa; So.ciTT:-Spring Terrn 1829,
:'-s:i'''' 'Len'IJf ilare and wifvV '
Ed wartl GtfS n; Sij&r Uenjiett, idm'r of l )
1 1( -...
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