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V'l' ffredntsdaij D
Mr; ...Love, presenter..
- crtiticn of
nLlr- r.Ioares;.a bill to ,v
"Sloan from. Elizabeth- Sloan.
4-ron of debts in c
c e r t a I n c as cs- w I r. c . 1 bi 11 S
1Y5" Tuissed their first rcdinp "
7 a .Tlierciig.'.atidns Of Jame? 'CuIil
:l7 loner5 Commandant and. Ji ! V Daniel'
r first rc-dlnr.
'J VV i ' Militia, were read andfcccpi:d; J'. '
7 Y iM)Q bill authorising rresly V4'er?on
' Jl fk "Cpi ?ranklin to ,col!ect hrtf&rC of . taxjs,
- 'iliKrvas indt'linitcry'postponeit.
7 .i.Mr; M)avenport,a biUi r.utnpnsing
; ChafleV Phelps ater'SbcTifr oC AVasbing-
u.rton cduntyi to .culle'ct.tnlrears' 6T.taxes.-r-
v: J .The, Senate thenjentercd Ujion ftp-Bank
'-L'Vr - Bdl nd were" Jengigel: n..it,u:itiUhe
" YVouclof adiournmcftt;- before announ-
Vv Viccdit passed itsfctliiid.reading f52'to5.;
A 1 v Thursday; fiec: .:,
tV-A 'reares.Tronl the Judiciary Coni.?
"mfttee-Tiiade- a renortrecommending the
Wejcction'of tbeijilV'referretl to ;ftem,t to,
,-Kamend atf acf session; irJ.vrelation
, to the collectioiof'debts trom.the estates
V of -deceased Versons zc. :The;bi U Mvas'
K:' 1 ead and rejected tol, " . V- ;V
I A: V V MK Lov presented a bill. to divide the
KegjmenKof .MiUtia in Macon;coynty---
, f JMT V eiCI",-a QUI It auienu an
v-'l'-" .Mr IW'illlMnv of Martin: from theconi-
4;.V;m1ttee of Propiksitiohs ahd Grievances, re-
, c- -nnrfp-ff amfrtvnrahl V on 'the 'v. DetltlOH
J.r. i'James ? tobre bfDuplin county. Concur-
-rhp hill fn i-pnea a nart or tne za .sec
V-'iionf an'act"ba8seainVls66,Vt6 reviie
''-Jl' ih'exMititia Laws of this State, relative
Vthe Jnfaii!ryt xyast indefinitely postponed
tl r limton : of -fjjeauf qrs pcesen i cu a,
ipetition, accompanied by a bill to' regu-
i Jate'the-fisheriefr.on Blount's
Beaufort;:7-Uead the first' time.-
J Tnsely," the ! petition of sundry
ns of Lenbir,:dn the subject of ma-
vj '-iTlie-tollowina'BUISpassVd their? iec
! orid and third readings and iiave.-becoriie.
v?laK.vVz': . vlV prevent: th .felling, of
iUveinxChatham; county ro- authorise
the Jurors'in;preferc:ic-3 toother claims,
arid'the;bill supplenic::tiTTto ala act for
iniprovingi.the tiavigatu , or: DiacK-.or
k theemuity Conrt-of (Turntuck-to proyule
: t for. tKeVrecYion of Public Buildings and
A V lr jothef. purposcsrofconipel 'th'e Tnis-
1 " tees f Moore, Chowan Robeson to pay
.. I.?;: -.South Riven so- far as it. is t .3 dividing
V;. iinebctvvcen the counties of il. -oh aud
5VP5blll to' authorise Charles -,riidps,
sf:; late "sh wiffifVashiiKtou cbiin tyf ticcl:
vAlect arracsof.taxeswas rejected on its
1 II$E OF commons:
STuiitrfniL Dec 22.
Ir-.iexaiider presented a bTirtoamend
tpe.'made a Kep
:rpfpirpdrto,them4 askina: ta oe 01
n; 1 1 1 e 0 u n u in a 1 1 1 a 1 ' u' i j e c 1 j t j ,e
' v r , : '.- s-.-j -s v.:' i-'i.ir.rJ::
nroo. AvOn.a's to ih- expediVncy of
?IImiMno'th" lisbiriiv'jf'fevcurintfs token by t
the MHili Laws -s- rpecls Jlie , Utnionu
X1- . uririii'r irdantrvVUdlein'en,;
;;V-A5r.jWJprca'W allien d the second
p SrrVTative?tot JfiV. tuu n " p(-EdeiUon-whicV
Li V J bi 1 1 . oasse d tfieir jfi f st re ad i ng. : , '
ort on the v toiio w in r reso-
-"; - r . )islate in relation tojfhetn. - -One.tfuchmg
rA- 4ber expediency tf aineudiogjjie lawrela-
V.V tive' 'the.cstate- fiiceasejl isons.
, vlr'Xr;:'here JhereVi no admjnifef raibr r, execu-
' T tor : One," ropongra'reyibidn 'andrconoll
-V. 1 id -.tioo" rC ht Laws repec'tlng rvoyoi s &c
i j Oher directing anenquify into ih'propriefy
s - ofcompeuwjr fiainlins-ieior- . .mgnuiara
h VJhlXiMls in uviiCss,J0tvn?5e:isafter
fx--?:.: - -8" r: ' 7 " -.. f ....... . ' . . :- . .
.' W th 'rnditirfn?i)f; iudtrrier.fr rajiris.t !beir
i ?; ,rincinils':' aid one, proposing to. piovtue
" V-' i'r e 'e Oec U J ly for . l he p ro l ect i o n ofv ' t Ufr
Iff.' Wdliams-preftentpd-a bill to incor-
tt - " porafe Lincin Acadeinv in Beaufort coun
: J V K ty- VReHdff h' Sxrpt tirue. ' - 7i " C-r
' ' J -.- Thf-restcntiorr of.Owen.B. Cox,;M ior
Ar. ;lVaroji -submitteda . Resolution,
i 1 i 4f'V whiclj was 4a id on tite'tabte-TpW. posing to
Vf : SUnVtruct ourt'eoators a fid "reqist.our Re-,
v;'i-! xpriWja uves, jfi Congressr, fto ;call: the at-
t'. ttitwrt otvthat DuJyio -tnejaw incorporau
"t - f iiiir.tne" Criiied' States B djk, for; the puir-
' "? V'; pqe of qrelitfbig. it 60'.ai jtWpryide
t" ''"'the punihnrein the1 offence of sellin
tbe reipict e count v couri nihiii tins
b b ta 5 e, t r n c-na " e f i j n u tv i o a a I s o
.t.. -i - . ! ' " V' r .-. '" -- lV.--l
3 VJ f""nlteViptip5l elfeMiiiterfeit notes ou the,
i?r riI 3inkwhicl thence; it seems,- is, pot
' -rl'Wv pidedjr by laww --
" ' Mr. fcjw-iiifi'piesentedt.a bill -for ihejm
'A t'i "prwicment -if thd? rWjlifrom'thf jp d.Fort in
;c i ;:!Bork lou-AbbevflfS ibBancoinbe: county.
; ; ;.t;-:itead.ie CrVt tiice': V r: -
IV fttived U;grauting Jutfsdiiition5,
v --;,l?:'V-ltV- i::"-w-r' '"t:-- severe as' Pel
. v J.'f--.i vt : - 1 ciiuiiicrtt or Tincnvaiioti on ahe ,anrtpnt
' ' s. . r -. : . ... . : . .... - . , ....-. ri - - t .' V ' S A. , .. x . . w v mm mm . V . & A . . .... A . .. .. : i a . a . . m.bbb.1 1 'iBiai.vaaa.. . -. . - W W . a. . ...crnMa. laH a .... . v a. . a.a . W a I. .11.11 III. liiau ra u a. a" n B . . . i ... - . , . i-. -a .
-, - - i- 1 laWS1 or-lliP'-riiinfrv fn frk-if uh ..
?CR'"- n"r; r?-,B?? V -.W-atV . ,n .-Fr.ealt thb Office.: -.?
-.red in 1819, "to amend
free respectinj i' 1 t'V,
l... 4 Ir.
ed in 11
b:r in, -
a bill to amend an. act pass
, i prevent the fallin-'pf tini
clr c'in'l; l!e rattof IlroWn
. iltftUiirtnnV-a'bUIJo amend'
an act pasv.- 4.i ,1 8lt0,to amend an act passed
in 1 8,vtoel c c t a -M agi s t ra fe forihe town
of Wiliriinatoh iis-.i'for.other pufposesM
. Mr;-..Fishery a bdl to incoporate'the Sa-
" " - '! r: . wl. t.;u I'll-
iisuuryy igiian i. r ire c' pa uj; wuicu . uu i
paVsedlther-firt; reading. "
TheenKr.osstMlbili"to authorise the fonrir
i ii g i F j ri? . E figi n erCo Ua h vj n t h e . t c vn'-of
Elizabeth" City amllhe bill concerning the
fees' of, the, Standard keeper of 'thef county
of KutJierfufd, jv -re: read the. second anti
hirdtitnes and ordereoto be'enrb!!:d''as
wasTvlso the bill; to autlurise the settinf of
Gun ih ithV night timer in the deserr n the
counties vfPaiquutahk" and Perquimans. :; ;
:C Wednesday,' ' Dei j
'On rnotioihof Jfr. - WhitaWrof facon,
the caihmittee'ton Internal Tmprovement
Were instrac'ted tmenquire into the expe
diency; of promoting; the objct .of-:"an act-
1 passed in 1826. to establish andregulate
a j. urnpiKe uoau in iiay wooa county, ci
ther by. an increase of. the shares ; of the
stock ot "the said company and asubscrip'
tion:by the State Tor. some portion of such
additional shares or otherwise." .
. Mr. Nash, 1 from the Judiciary Comrait
ee,. .to jrthom was referred the following
s ubjeic tsi" vi z : . t A bi 1 1 - vest j ng in a single
Justice, jurisdiction? in certain casesA
Resolution instructing' them, tp enquire
into the expediency rof authorising Exe
cutors arid Administrators to rent out the
1 and s .of tli eir testa tor or. intestate -A bill
to change themotIe of instituting suits in
Eiectment-A bill more effectually to pre
vent frauds in deeds of trust and mortga-i I
ges and:a Resolution as to the expediency
ofrepttalingthe law of Jast sessionl rela
tive to Executors an.d Administrators, "re
portexT,that:the committee had considered
the severarsubjects and deem it"' inexpe
dient tolegislate on any of them. Con
curred in; r -: - ' '
Mr X.ittle presented a bill to authorise
John Hf Jenkins" of Edgcomb to collect
certain arrears of taxes. Read - the first
time. - ' ' ' v
-The,vote on - the bill to. improve the
Hickory Nut Gap Road, was re-considered
and-it passed its third reading and was
ordered to be engrossed 74 to 48 ' .. -r.
; The bijl to disqualify persons holding
a seatin the General Assembly from the
enjoyment of any lucrative ofiice, Was in
definitely postponed on motion . of Ir.
Ualloway, 74 to 31. , i,. , -
. Thursday Dec. 24. ,
" Mr, Wbitaker presented a bill to extend
the provisions of an act passed in 1828
Mr. Newland, a.btll to authorise the coun
tylCourt'of'Burkejto appoint commission
ers to view and lay off a Turnpike iRoad
from the Lincoln fine to. James Loving's,
passing through the several Gaps' of the
South -Mountains .Mr.f Russell, a bill
for the relief" of PreslyC. Person : of
Franklin con nty which bills passed thei
first reading. I ,
,-'Mr. Cox presented the memorial of
sundry citizens of Jones county, ; praying
tor an appropriation for the improvement
of;the navigation of Trent River-i Re
ferred. - : . , ;
- The bill giving time' to the "Banks of
Dape tear andINe. :rn to close v-their
business &Cv,and to pay rnd collect their
tieui. was reau ana aiier uiscussion iaia
on the table. - t . ; ' " . '.,
The Ban k Bill was received ; fr c m 7 the
Senate and .ordered to be printed. .
' - Thr biil.to vest the" risrht of s electing
Sheriffs in tbe free white men ofthe State
was;read Uhe second time . Mr. Greene
moved ,'for- its .indefinite postponement,
but the motion -was negatived, 86 to '42
votes.' -feundry amendments were, made
to the Bill and it passed its. second read
ingYeas 79, Nays .50. The- whole day
was occupied. in the consideration of this
Bill of the, passage of which there is inow,
no doubt.'- y - ' ; . ; ' r r "
The iBill to amend an act passed '1806,
repealing so much of said act as ' exempts
rcfc Quakers, ,Moravians, & Menontsts.reli-
cgiousiy. scrupulous oi oearing arms' be
ing under consideration j Mr.-Wheeler of
ncuuiu, iusc auu aiu, iiiai uie original
characterjofthis bilf had assumed' an-additional,
importance from the fact,j that
thou 'h opposed 'byable gen tl emen, on this
floor, it had passed two several readings.
Mr." t said;-: he could add but little
weight to ...the opposition, yet'a's'some por-tion-of
-thosencitizens to ! whose?rkindness
hewas indebted for his seat in this U6use,:
woii I d be m a teri al ly-affected by" t h fi n al
passagecf the bill,", he; would waive "aU
personal tiohsiderations,: ;?and discharge
conscientiously vhis, .duty.- -While'he dif-
Tered with the gentlemen - who ' had , advo
cated the passage, of thisrbdl, - Mr.'-W-wished
to differ -vith ;due"; respect-N ,We
are so constituteds often to se'e-the'same-'
ooject in uinerent0viewsfyana an honest
difference o f opi nibh i shbul d i n ever; mak e"
vu,tump jji aij; lire wuiiiMuw oi uiueceiii o
pinions, the itruth is often' elicited. :The
exemption of Quakers. Moravians .& iithpr
from milit i ry duty Svas; made in J 8b'6,;al
mosi ; ftventy-four;yea"rsrigi. lt has be-7
Charta ot , t liijtrlies.tliat cnti.i.! h.rto- p
iablihed,'tii.ould net be chanprCfo'r liht
er. the Great of Russiaand
re.HVtrr?r cverr one who proposeitan a-
come, a custom sanctioned -by the 'wisdom
or our torelA.hpr It ith In
JJecldrati' n of Inderer.derce: ahat Mana
thecnaltvpfhtsnthnesz-batj of - their fatbers, :.3r theliicn of J ? nuth'trottoud
ror : -oc i rc.-on from Uemed to 3. , v'-V .V' Hi: UacliiW- - d
iUc-..e::iia destroying the dncuntuages rdsJ the-otfzcicntio-a.scroples Tr7C thev subscribers, porieto,! V- '
cf Idnd.'and tear ng away w.lh a para- s sect'chcriSir ar i:: .t' bearing V; named Machine toHm?w?
pidal hand,;tbe veneratedorks pfour -n Jgich ,1...8C"h 4at' ' '-n Itisrioffo? Rented by Francis Fotlet Si je2P?I?,
Ltcrs. have ercr admired thwi re- artn., th-y . y ia n. . Uisn. lor. fonwhich they h; obtained;&
nlnf thi fnv Bdronof Er !-Jd,'"we USloi ...aa, - -w....v Macinne ?nl improvements, noioffar
P Ti?::J ?eJ -K Xfd . Hisl ed custom in;their; creed, noi- it :prcper to pro,' right, for the se rf said '.Machine fS r
Jt-fjathe.d tat thpse who diffeKfrom, us are tion oitbeUnSlcd States, or for the u L'o?
cf the land. ;'Iave-lisUned.atte.ntiyeiy Dy-rJtU decide Machine. AMachmeof 8e H"loff
to the remarks of gentlemen in;suport of wrong It is .oeto dec Ue M to th fro?tay5
this innovation ofthe aw,: and whde i W:lthis' roawer.v ..x v,ufc v.t. v h0Pgcs a hlUlilld deah . n
mirJ'Ti intentions,-1, can not scoped ;of human; legislation. w. Bi, . : .icy operation, from itwen to twly?.5?'
mire.their, patnoxicipi lejiu " - J oriwp flri; XQ answer for these oninions of seed per hour which will iJ I'!: Ktti I
found 'their! remarks" bnjhat prt; r.t our Delore. mgner uw.u..iy uau Wseof 7
rfeclHfatWn ofHiftht:whb"-s atem- thai lytnnunar. , . a -iu .
WmanUeif men are entitled ex- feature and, the Creator-vV Wj should be
A.am.diimtitftnr nrivileses cautious how vve interfere between any
-i-. j. hnt. Sn rnairlpr?it.ion
of public servicesVfsec. 3.) Ntfone isa
tvfhas been so, liUer.dly
mer Xeffislabres,v that
deemed by thenCan exclusive privilege.
The act of 1806, - chab.708, liberatly e
claim, to sucb privil
of. public service.
greater aumirer or '.inisMcuMM: ' uubuki.ui."" r . - 7-"V- -
fn our institutions, thaoVl f AU W Ve buht not ;in justice ,to Torce these
should be equal and enjoy the same pn vi- men ; 0 violate their '; conscience Mr
lees -This exemptioh fronV military u- Madison;in his celebrated w memorial to the
;iiy this act,iMf.K0V conscience; says he; belongs to every man,
the several -.Uoq rt s k f-Kecoru a re : exciijp?, anj lt 1S unalienable. ;lt is unalienable
the State; PrinerSheriffs.VPysiciapSr DecaUse the iopinionotvJmen; depending
Ministers , of the Gospel,. Custom-House on on tne evidence, contemplated in
officers.- Post m uste rV Srage Drivers, Stu-
U a n w n - m i n rl si'. ; can no 1 1 fo I ) o W ; th e . d i c-
dpnts. Ferrymen, Millers arid many others. tates of other men; v If this right of con
Can this exemption be extended on account scJence be exempt from society at large,
of any .public services If the tuakers st(lt jbss can it be subject to that! of the
are to be reducedSo the ranks, why not , - lativs jfi The latter are but the.
me oiner cire, . w a.
ocean separates u? frornjll'daiigrous a id
ambitious neighbors We heed; nH a forc
jolb constants In the field, Tr our history
shows that in every war in which this re
ptlbiic has been- engaged, the event ;does
hot burst oii-us ih the sudden fury. of the
tempest7; but to the cautious eye, the cloud
is Jong seen gathering 1n our political at
mosphere, and "We endeavor to avert the
storm that i about to discharge 'itself on
our head. Even then-admitting thai thee
Qu a ke rs t we re" ! r ot xe m pt from j mi I i ta ry
duty, , what benefit could be derived' from
pressing them into the militia service at this
time I am conscious, that a';well trained
militia is the cheap defence of anyj nation ;
it lis the sinewyarm ofthe hardy yeoman-
ryiof our country, forming a livingbulwark
for the- defence of our liberties.
misfit 'seriously be1 questioned.
the militia, .as it is "regulated -m the South
ern andMiddle States, is productive of
good in any manner. In the excellent State
Paper, which bur Governor transmitted to
us in the commencement of our present
Session, we nnu thei sage remarK mat
the Militia laws, as generally enforced and
observed" in the MiJtle & Southern Stales,
instead of advancing the military art,, are
productive of a contrary effect,- by engen
dering vicious habits, encouraging intem
perance, and consequently a spirit of in
subordination!" The State ot Delaware,
soiconscious ofthe evil"-ffects of military
nJf-. r miutoK. ha nholmhpd theni
eniirely and I need not remind this House
ofthe disgraceful' scenes thai' have their
venue on a muster field. 1 need not "'tell
legal gentlemen, how often.the State dock
et in our courts of law is swelled by proser
chtions for breaches of ihe peacgenerated
amid these fruitful scenes of riot and dissi
pation and I need, not tell , other gentle
men the. revolting and disgusting appear
ances on ..the muster ground of a jmditia
rtgi m e n t Th ese pa rad e s d ra w m e r i t oge
ther many days in the ?year,to the manifest
destruction of their time, money and mo
rals, without improving their military know
led'3? rr discipline. If the .'people jconsi
deic! these musters as agreeable 0 desir
able, why is our table in this' House crowd
ed wjth petitions, to reduce. the "number of
musters ? Their good sense points out the
evil attendant on such institutions.) The
officers f (with some highly" honorable ex
ceptions) : are ignorant d the "very, rudi
ments of that 'profession wit- ihe trapping
of which they are decorated, how can
they teach vvvhat they4 never ;Uhen!selves
learned ! . To "many ot them the description
of Othello's Lieutenant Would well kpply,
:i " That never set a Squadron in the field, ;
Nor the division of a battle knows t'
THore than a spinster." f -
Shall ye then pass this bill,' and press in-
to suchservice under such banners, men
whnQP nrnfpssinn U no, M ViKUU lir
whose profession is peace, arid whose life
& one of 'unobtrusive reVirement ? Shall
we add another sacrifie'e on the bloody al
tar of thisfsaAguinary Deity , ; I, hope riot.:
It is not my province; to eulogise, on this
perplex your; Courts 5 and theicofferiKof
:our i reasury are augmented by. their xrU
I hllTft ' V .if P. A M.l4 I ntvaAM ' 4kaA ...111.' . J
suffice", bq t you ;wil 1 force them into a cus
tom which theiflives, UieirhiLitsV their
consciences forbids- Their - early history
shows."' that Ihev'Have e :r Len .Tirtr,
to1 hlhfif nful tnpn nf hlndshirl . TKen"
principle.! have decended. from father "to
son, and their, persecution
secutious in theearly
periods, of this cduntry, ias in' other 'coun
tries, .show, that- you may tear "their bo-J
iawf lneegisiaiure acii-w w,Sc.j. Xheip iurisdiction is both deri
,s; no necessity limitecf. . Limited; with' regard!
sranuing i..rct. oy a -phj ' ?7"v ortinate departments 5 more
..p ua ii!iiin vp-art4 lrefl from j' ' r - . . - , 7 ' .
Vi - "T" V a isit limited . with .regard to
inai. ucdtc ui scci in our counirv. l .
IB-', it --'-1 - . -. - .J - A F m u u 1
nilf i I hl7ori nnfhpiini in.:ilin n . I ' .. r"!."s
that tak rhf Lin a Irra.-nF ni . -Sf ata no ... .
mass 01 citizens, none are xneir superiors 1
1 n -v 1 rT 1 asni lnrnnMirrr mr rv m a a. - .j-'"
ari'd,In-dastriobS:v."wI.ar.f to thsir.peaee- n i"i ' Zn TM W ' Tm' -"J t''""1
Spir.t-sVrnngreffect,-auo thew "pomp aU ,he,horf.,r4 of Supetiiiu;,, -nieekc
andircum?tanceof j-ionous war" spreads able orim-infe. -ih.i' . J .
Mi. n im. uiiu Jtuvcti it ?, r nunc ihuic useiui i tho ki t"-.'t- .v. -
to them no enchantment ..they, are as 'ci- QuakeVIUa
tizens quiet and obedienV-a. neighur Such principle w are! called 6n in this
kind, obliging and charitable tNo pauper bill to annihilate. "i"r r': . ? 'i
from thU.sect,". crowds 'your parish ; no ' ' - ''' - - f it" ' ''-r- fc -v -vexatious
suits prosecuted by, this r ;onle - -" v',titt3Lv"ba. " VVviLfk
man' mid hi& conscience- anili'we. sliouia
rarely, legislate on any matter that lies ex.
-rpitnrp and vicegerents of the formed
to the co-
preservation oi a tree
governroentrequiresvinot ; merely "V that
the - metes and ' bounds wbichseparate
each i department :X)f power,'vbe uuivera.ly
maintained ; but more especially jhat nei-'
tiier of t them be suffered .vtooverleap-the'
great barrier which defendsthe; .-rights; of :
the. people The rulers who are guilty'of
such encroachment exceed the cotiimission
from whence they derive t.t&eir authority;
and ,are'tvrants---tbe people who submit to
it are sidves" .This is the opiuion'ofoiie
who ias filled solarge a space in the
eyes of nankind,''fand wboig arrhis very
moment anxiously looked oh as the Paiinu
ras to guidef.the political bark of hfs1 native
Slate , into .a' 'safe ahd quiet harbor." ..-Our
own history in the examples. of our-fore-
fathers, shows what trleo wilf do and men
will dare for the liberty of i heir conscienceV
1 1 m a Ue r s u o t w h e t h e r : t h ey a re m i s t ak e n
or whether they cherish theitrue'faiih-'-':'Jt
ofte u happen s tha t :the mos t ,; biott el re
the inost stubborn. But it is sufficient that
t h ey so "believe. . Ou r fore fat he rs I e f t i h e i r
homes and their firesides and with i heir
fc lives iir their hand they dared tne pe
rils of the stormy deep and: tlie dahger of
a' savage foe, tnat ihey might" sit them
down under , their own' vine and figiree
and worship God after their on conscien
ces. It is not denied but that this Legis
lature have i the power : to. pass; this bill
but, would it be honorable- would it be
JU1 wouui u De pontic r AS the ffentle-
fr1 Nwbern - (Mr.GustonJ quoted
he words of a favorite author are here a p-
it is exCeUent
" To have a giant's strength j but it is tyrannbui
To use-it like a giant. a -V
It c.mt be considered that the conscien
tious scruples of this secfare to be adndr--ed
but if the peaceful influence of their,
tenet-pervaded thew"hoIe world, mankind
vould be happier and their toniiition betw
ter. The general diffusion of their quiet
principles would: realize that .millennium
promised to the good and : faithfui and
would be a sweet foretasted of that, happy;
period depictured; by divine inspiraiion;
" When men should learn war no more ;
when nation shall no longer rise agains
nation 5 .when the sword ihalf be turned
m:o the ploughshare,, ahd the, spear, into
ine pruning nook-". , To us,as guardians
of the public weal, th page of history wiM
show us that the principles whicVthi! sect'
profess are not destructive tf the true in
terests of man nor the happiness and av
melioration of his condition : ihe true" and
legitimate object of all government. ? We '
have reason lo lluiik lhat ProvidencthaT
rules atl human actions, that tHe first &et
tlers of this nation .were. min nf r,.r.,i
habit and uncompromising integrity Look
" , vl"Vlls mat nave, been animated 1
fin : rnk tutkH. ...v.
X e peacelul prUiCJDleS of thft Onlrpr'
V,!H,I"'C A-eunsyivania, the land that re-
r7"'! Ker William Penn and htsj
,..uc,s, a.animated by,the same priri.
ciples which his descendants stilt inherit
mu rentt to whasp
c ait uriTiPr.PsMrv om .tmn
land to that on which; Pil-
th sworil ot .blood in one
torch uf" itpeftluf
othe Pennsvlvania i-. tii tnati..
. ' r "
TSLHX rubscnbfr-- ir.tr.A'n. i.
mHi U;"ove'.r.6mCiriT4 part ofthe
1M f.wei, oi; l rs tor sal 2 th ioovf--'VtBk.
ture. There isattacbed to the 'rin"s. 6 t irna
"rr fj"v p , ui, w iiica in excetlet IV
)us ruer. prjinc Rieauows,
groe' would be received
conditions, besides will
ftllf?0 sbI'hpent'unot soldfbythe
reari; -" rTT V7- 7'-Tf?8 mol
JFrom the increasing custom tfur the 1 1 t tA
,1 , .I, " """.wriucn,t t..ree
ear? daring tha summer mpntha-'the nl
extended by 4or- Virginia Legrslature in 1784, lays iiHl own
itlcould not, 'lie as a fundamental and undehiableitruthy
that the duty, we owe' to our Creator, and ;
x the inanner orrcfisch'arging It fcan ; be di-'
to manyrwhojiaye no -rC'(e;5'niy.by4rea'son:anuxonvictKm,notv
ege, in consideration b rorce or violence- The right tbjone$?
I UlVIt , . - , , . -
i tuents. " ine
. . .. ..7 - . - -.- .
; cent j its weight h Zl1?
;erable '...v wne i
bu.helof kern v. jy.ed at feast twG Sr
Od, which i eqiml,to the yield ot flax 525"' f
luat e. and hit rii i : '"u'
fattening hogs and 'cattle A- MacWne W !?
size f o do theboye prk;.wiTI cost zhmilt'
exclusive Of the, Patent Rihf for using j? 3
those ofasr-dlkr or larger size in nX!' - 4(1
We have "a Machine' now in full onei-
will perform as above stated, open to tlie
.of. those who' wish to xmine Tt. Th
and ,wiU, no doubt, answer many" other uJn
1A bale of cotloo of35j pounds, will viir
wards ofS0 ;b6shels ' of seecl. The m
is suited to hull either" green or. black. 'seed
The machinery Sh'iV drives the Cottgn (rm C
do to drive ttiisMachlne. The same vproc !
and mill, used for expressing inseed oil
svyer fon cot ron seed t';nd; those engaged in
agree, that 'cotton seed is mucly easier !l
and pressed than fiax.seed. r" '
, "From-the above information, which hiay W
relied oil,-; those who yish.vto: purchase rU i
may makctheir own calculations as to its VaV
Sccj., We "conceive the discovery to be of
national jenefit, especially to the! atton jjmvt
ing States an 1 that too, fromun article hereto
fore of little -or no.-yaluev , t.- ' "
-'Those disposed'to purchase Patent' Rights for
one orflfore States, shall have them at diffe'renrt'
in' price, over sniatler purchasers, i worthy tfitir;
attention Our purpose is to sell at moW t-
price,; particularly, to those, who are aroonnt
the first that'purchase('feeJ,ng''confitlent that in
nrooortion to the -use 'of this, machine it' vi...
will be enhanced,.
: AVe have annexed .t,fpotan' extract from the
Patent Jaws, and wtr refer to tlielaws'triemsefvpf
to know, in what an infrinEreinenf of ,a hat-it
riphtfCrfnsistsi thatlhe consequences mav h
avoided-"" ;-r ' ' titl
-Applications . for patent rights, in person op W
letter, postage paid, will be-duly attended to
. : PRANCIS TOLLfcl T
; hExiract from the Vatent Laic?, 'y
Any person, without the" consent of ih o.
tentee, his or her executorv ftdminLstrators, w
assigns, first obtained! a writing shall m-ke, de
vise, use, cr sell the thincr whereof die exehiuv
right is secured to th ( said patentee by such pa.'
tent,jsuch-persons so offending, shall forfeit and
Pay. to tfie said patentee, his .executors, admin.
istrators m assigns, a sum eqaa) to three times
the actual daniage sustained by such patentee,
hisexecuto: . , adrninistralors or assigns, from, or
by reason of such pffencei which sum shall and
may be recavere4 by action on the case, fdund.'
ed on this and the above soleritioned act, m the
Circuit O0urt ; of the United States having ju
risdiction thereof."-' - . .''. ".
J Petersburg July 182C . c ; ' si 4t:
' .' Biifialo'Sh'oat Scliool.' ' ' .
A N enfeebled const'tmion, renders it impes--J.
sjble-fqrnie to take an extensive circuit in
the practice?ot my professnm as a Lawyer ; and
t therefore proposje, assisted ty n.y brother, to
open a 'School at'my house in, Liricalh county.on
the Catawba river, nine "miles' from Statesville,
and tw-enty-fouf'rorn X,incolnton, ,cn the first
Monday vim MarchHext by whic time my
buddings will be compTeteUr My house is large
ind roomy,,; . and T have beguh -to erect small but
comfortable Cabins,i similar to -th6st at the
WinnsBorbuh'andlatt Spring Academies of
South-Carpfipvt- The. situation is'la handsome
one is known to be perfectly hefl ! thy, and has
the advantage of .being entirely removed from
all places of dissipation.V 0' scholars will be ta-,
keji who cannot board'with as k memfief of
my family.'; r .. - . ' ,i,
M willieach the Ijatih and Greek Languages,
the Matheinaiics',and the lernenuf of the other
Sciences : And j150, if required, bv parents or
hguartl ians, I i 1 1 teach with Veat caret the ele-v
meniary o ranches ot an i;n,iish education Tuv
ititMf and hoarding",' Incluuin candles, washing,
&c. &c. "will bejurnished for one hundred -. dol
lars per annum, twenty-five' of which must be
paid fn advance. ; No scholar 'will beken for
a; lesterm- than: one quarter but entrance
may '.be .had for one or more quarters at any time
after the opening ofthe school. - ; "
t now have one LiwStudeizt and am anxious
to get a few more to whoseexamination' and.
instruction Iwould devote ajsuflacient portion
of time;,1 toenable them to proceeds with much
greater, ease than they generallyVo' in lawyers'
offices,' in acquiring a knowledge cf their pro
fession for it is a notorious fact,' .that practising ;
lawyers have neither time nor inclination). d.
rect. the studies of their s itudenuand tbatthey
tlo not examine, them t i .ten hs once a monttu
Under such circumstancor, : young';.man unist
pucsue his': studies to r: t disadvantage; .and
obtain licenset0jrictise it hoiif a competent .
fund -of practical information. I do not propose'
to delivelawJectures-; but I will poiniout the
authors; or thVp rts of therp, .which ought t be
read examinelhe yomig'men daily 'upon tjiemi
converse with ' theni;.upoihe chahgeswlrclv
tiave been .made in the. English law by the con
stitution and laVs.of the U.'S. thecoristitutiah ,
andJaws-ofthis State,. and by-jthe decisions f
the-Siijreme .-Court. I have a-eryood library
.of elemeirtafy lawbooks ?i for the, usa of which,
for instruction, and for board'-n; including can-
dies and washing, I will t.aargtjv each student '
jane hortajred dollars per ".num, twenty-five of
yhich must.be paid m advance.... ' -
: All applications must -be made tcyrne in per-'
$oT.,;or by 1-tterVUrected toJnas' Ferry, Ire
dell count , prState vyilh-V.' - . J 1
; i Kor. particulars us to my qyalificatibns, I refer '
to Judge-Hade'r orUaleigli;; or to Major IIe
derson of Lincolnton.;' . , ' , " - '
r ;i : v . r , . - r wciiaud t BHUny. s
Deceit, 1829;;r - V ' ;$2: '
. ,' -. , t .. ' , - - - . t .
, T a.rneetintr of ithe.Fresidenl and Directors
1. of the Cape Fear Navigation Company, hol
deh i inFayetteyille: cn the 2lst 'day of -aNoveni' .
ocr lasi, pursuant to a Jlesolujion ot theMoci
waHmprovemt.-.ts, between Favetteville '& Wil-
mingtonfae,- and the "sarae is hereby declared,
. - 11 '- , ... rr " t - . .. , f . '-.
.day - of Februirv next. , - ' . 1 -
- ii in v rn 1-1' TraZsr.
'.r --.. .w. w 1 .
Biwu i i...u..K-iioniucn, .it any, inr,ri, tT
the Unseed od-li : to aood gaslight oil,-
wheiJAVvU reh)d s a tf,od - oil for lanms r
machinery' jmd lor ca i din - and ce3LniJr. ?
rm-.i-holders r.f ,1H lmnnnA a,rl . t1iA.W afi
aI- . : j ce uc j ; wss i i e sol yea , t oat . a uiviucu.
pK?ri- ne1 5s 2 Per .cent, on the cri-inal capital stock, and
1-On theamount xinded bv the Udard.of Inter-,