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MONDAY, DECEMBER, 28
' gisIXtu'rOo -Thursday last, in
Mlriulaof 'Cbmmons; Mr. Calloway,
w tain llesolutions were referred on the sub:
. -J y V aVrtmnin'v, monev .ambnirst tk
wVtcsVbV the General Government, made
following Resol u turns : . , ; V - ;
, ?jfcMctf, That" the most fJ.r and equal rtode
naking appropriations lor; Internal Imprpve:
j .Vte K! th Con stress of the Unitect States, is
ih'e Apportionment ofthc .funds fet apart for this
1iki e?.vWl States. 'iri 'the' ratio
C instructed and oullepresentatives be Requested
So use thejr exertions tov hnvcthe ptoceeds of
:i.a k-iint ini run ic- uinusi ur ui.u uiuw? ,o. :
Bd proper, setapart as.-a separaxe lunp, , - -
V !U -, " , ..... . -. 4.' i
4 1 .fv ' :i ' i" ": i. r.; 1 1'-', j.- n hRMintahnn. tor
laid on the table, an
- fintonVordered to he-printed.'
V Oil-motion of Mr. M'Neili of the Sen?
ateVthe Conimittee on that, part oj the
" Ge9riiessagei;vhich had'referernce
v i o a" Lubat tc 1 VAs yl mu and Pen i tentiary,
Ivere. instructed, to enquire IntoheJ e3?pe
' '1U1M1 cy o fjest ablish tng i n thjStateian asy-
lunr or tlieueai ana uurap-. ; , ;
l-r MrWellnbrn submitted a" Resolution
: on ''Th'uVsdayJbicn ::hafor: its i object 'to
-couAtru'et'itllail- R6ad; from; CampbeT ton.
, tn Fay ettevj 1 1 "e, th'e expense of wK i ch i s
M bVnetv.from the'unexpended balance of
;he appropriation-maue ai last ..sessiuu . .i iu
- 'complete, thel works ' beltiw , Yil mington.
It is known,'1 that '.the General Government
ha ve assu ined th e enti re : qo n tfbl of - the
operations there; and theState has con-
" seq'uenlly.beeh released from any, further.
trouble or cost, tn relation lo inera. "bui
a smaibportTon of the sum voted" at 'the
last session Mias been expended,. and-flie
i re'iduewe are? confident could' not be
employed insa mode5 more conducive to
'the,liest interests Aof the. State, than . in
. constroCtintheproposed Jlail way t7 The
v; Resolution' passed jts first'readih , '
Both Houses adjourned Trom.Thursda j
vio Saturday, riday;being tlhristnias day.
K1 r6n -iSatu rday,lhe " Sehate resol ved
. itsclflnto a committed of , the whole
C iiintoriAri the Chalrbn the" proposition
Caldwell, i n! relation tor the power of Con
ress'tomake; Jpi ; -iternents ' within 'this
State. The -Resolution -being read, ,the
mover- prono9efl.a moumcation .oi ii, iiy
strikinsi: out certain words, and inserting
- QthprR,--ilfr. Spaight called for a division
vcf theTquestibhjand the sense. of the
r Oo'mmitteebeipg ItaWen -oiv 'Striking out,
-Vind V. carrie d , ir;l otgrinx'o rd er to
;brii5g: the jn en ts of th e'q u es tion f u 1 ly r be
forethe Committee,- moved that; the4 pro
positioh'be so amended as to;read : Re-
?t4ved, that itjs the opinion-of this Le-1
istdture tb at" Congress 'does, not .pbssess
the pdxeVito make;Iiriprovbments, of na
tional cncern;inthis State. Mr. Cold
v ttW'lh en spoke at considerable length, in
support oithe power oi ,uongres5 xo maKe
such' improvements At the .conclusion of
'liia Speecbon TOotion-ofli-AjtRe
-.'Obmmittee rtoset reported progress, and
obtained leave to sit again $.v':
- It - will'-be see'n'froin reference to the
P roc e V d iii gs tj f Til u 1 Vsday , tha t th e S h e 1 i ft"
Bill which has so J6ngieen before ourXe-1
: IMiil UJ V. UBS. llflMCU IWSCW1UU.1 Cauilli !
the Huufte bfVComnionsXby'so large a ma
- j r i ty a s t ox rend e r i ts fi n a I pas sage c e ri a ip .
Tlie 'vHoueTof Commonsiwere princi-
pally; engaged ton Saturday,, in the con si-.
t d q rat"ion:df the hi 11, to in crease the sal ary
j tit the r nni 1 c;i reasu rer; ro m ; 35 ,iuu to
2,000 MH; Taylor of Orange , moved
or. 4 1 tsvi n u e u n t te c p osipo n em e niy wn 1 ci
as negati vefl , 90 tbvS4' It final ly pass
ed Its-. secohdreadinff, by a'majority.of
-wo vote9naving been previously am enu--
i .ul tor increase'the salary S400 -instead of
riiuu-inusaiiowinjjine treasurer oi,yuu.
MrBynum; submitted aperies of Resoiu
t ionsv which were'" ordered io: be printed,
'den vine' the-'nglit bfvCdnjsress rto execute
av o r k s o f .'I n te rn al? Improve m e n t s jwi th i n
th rJState" it and Mr .Gastonf 1 submitted
itind ry rResolution sanlrmihg s fheycon
ti tut ip n ale pawero f C o ngress to : a p pro
pria te!;money i ts al I su chrbbjects o f In ter-'
vr.al:liripr6vement as mayjbe- sanctioned
; lth'is Sfate; wji'tch' were likewise 'order--
"o y De'pnntea..-j ' v e win . puuii&u uuuj
ets of Resolutions inour'next.,, y
JrUenialJmprovepcnts.' Tho" anhual
eeting-.bfi the-friends of Internal ilnH
provemeritst was held in tbe Cenate Cham
ber,onl Wednesday evening last. IViU
luim Davidson, 'V.zhl the , enator , from
eclUenfiurc Cc nty,-calleds to- the
v,hair)and "Gom ppointx;d pecretary .
The Clrairmanistatedjitht the-presenf
1 'T"-...;i.iAi,',..t ..in..l i';;r.,'i..
.Vjf tneir represenUtj.n, i? be by. them-applied
4 as theyeenJ expedient : . - ;U v : "
-r;w.- .That our Saators Congress . be
lhe purposes of Internal Improvements and a;
Ti.L'noc'nlmn? wpre fo the present
,l ? ri mntinn . 01 Mir '
" -vr '
4 "-v YtVY -v .V ;YTiw.uieorpotion;:si'-,r , Yy J Y,YrV Y.--- - U 'Itais-ZP XT.--U
ic at this place in January last; for-tK
purpose of receiving '.-the Reports orthe
County Committees," and for entering into
a ;fVee comparison, of the sentiments , of
"ge ntl emen p r c ?. en t c n th e ge h e r al su bj ect .
of Internal Iciproyeinc ats . v,k :" "
The Sec rery laid before themeeting
such Reports as had been received which'
bein t ziLdt r, v
"1 The ''Rev, Dr. Caldwell addressed the
meetins at"considerablev length; in an ' imr
pressivel mapner, bri the ?, disadvantages
which "this State labours under for want
of more; ready;ieans of sending -itsj. prbr
duce.tq, a good 'jmarlcei:, compared 1 with
(most of the other States in the lJnion;&: eri--forcine
the propriety v6f .drawing the at-
jtehtion of, the people ; to .this" subject.
Vetook . notes of ,theDr's. ' interesting
Add ress and intend, hereafter, to, gve a
Sketch of it to our readers. - : j ,
After a few p-eiuarks fromother gentle-
men, thefbllo wing -Resolutions were u-
nammously adopted : -
i Heaolved, that the subject of Internal Improve
ments is all important tot the people '; of North-Carolina,-
and that.measures'rought to be taken
for spreading correct ioformation thereon thro'-
outthe'State. : V Z" - 1 ' . ' "v - ' i ' J
,'v. J?yotoff,;tIiat, for- this purpr)se, the County
Committees appointed in January last,. be'i con
tinued'. I . - r i ; i k
v. Resolve that it be earnestly Tecommended to
sid ' Codinty Committees 'to report auunally to
the Central 'Committee at .Raleigh,' in time td be
laid before the anno d.jrieeting, representing the
state of public opinion on the subject of Internal
Improvements. ' . ' ' 1
f Je8oivedtxUztthe annual meeting of the Friends
of Internal Improvements be held in Raleigh on
the 3d Monday in December. , .
Resolved; that the "Central Committee appoint
some geptleman to deliver, an Address oi , the
subject jof Infernal Improvements at the next an
nual meeting'. .: ' - I
;The Bank of Cape.Fear'has declared a
dividend for the last half year of two per
. - ' - v ........ . ' - . - ; .'
, 'Congress.-We observe thatJfr. J?cn
cAer," lately elected in the Salisbury-ldis-tnct,took
his seat on Monday last, j "
, On,Tuesdaylast,on.motion of Mr Vm
B.' Shepherd, one of lour Representatives
in Congress, the House of Representatives
Resolved, That the several surveys'of Roanoke
Inlet, North-Carolina,' with a view to.a navigable
communication between Albemarle Sound; -and
the. Ocean; now -on the file of this'House, be re-
terrea tolhe Committee of Commerce : and that
the said Committee be instructed to enquire in
to the" expediency of re-opening said inlet.;'.'- '
. And on motion of Mr.' Carson, it. "was .
v Resoivedt That the Committee on Military Afc
fairs be instructed to inquire into the expedien
cy of causing a survey to be made of the waters
of the Atlantic States south ot Virginia, with' a
vifew to the establishment of a National Armory.
Standing Committees of the House of Re-
- r presentattves. . !
' On Elections. Messrs. Alston, Tucker, Clai
borne, Randolph,, Johnson,, of Ten. Beekman,
and Coleman. 1 V - '
' " On Ways and Means. Messrs. McDuflRe, Ver
' plankD wight, S my thi of Va. Ingersol, Gil more
ann Ovfton. . -f. . ! .- .
Ou Claims Messrs, Williams, Whitlessey,
Barber of Conn. M'Intire; Ramsuv, Lea, land
lent. . , . " . v r. h;-1
Oa Commerce. Messrs. Cambrelen?, New
ton, Gorham, Harvy, Southerlandr Howard and
Wavne. ' 1 : " , 1
. On Public Lands. Messrs. Isaacs, Jenningp,
puncan Hunt,' Potter, Iwin of Oliio; and Clay.
On Post Office.--Messrs. Johnson of Kentuckv,
Conner, Magee, Hodges,- Russel, McCree0y and
Campbell. , ' , -
rOu. the District of Columbia. Messrs. Pow
er?, Allen, Washington, Tarnum, Taliaferro,
IJhrie and Semmes v ! !.-
. On the Judiciary- Messrs. Buchanan, Wick
litTt:, Storrs of N. Y Duvis of' S. C, Bouldin,
Ellswortlr and White ; of Lou ; ; j
On Revolutionary' Claims. Messrs. Burges,
Dickinson, Fry Wjngate, Goodenow, Youngand
Brnn. : r .
' On Public . Kxpenditures. Messrs. Hall, Da
venport of Va', Loon, Maxwell of N."Y. Spencer
of Md, Thompson of Ohio and Norton. S
' On Private Laud Claims. Messrs. Gurley,
Sterigere, Nuckolls, Pettis, Test, 'Foster and
Darlor. . ' r -
On tManufabjures Messrs. Mallary,- Stanber
ryi CqndicV Martin, Daniel, Erwin of Penii. &
Monell. J , '' 1
" On ' Indian 'Affairs. Mess&rs I. Lumpkin,
Hinds,' Storrs of Conn. Hubbard, Garther, and
Lewis, . - .7 . " , . '
; On Foreig-n Affairs. Messrs.' Archer Everett,'
of, Mass., 'Taylor, Polk, Wild,1 Crawford, and
Barntf'elf. - -r "
On Military XtTairs Messrs. Drayton, Vance,'
Desha, Findlay, Blair of S.C.', Mitchell and
Speight.- t ' ' ' lt
On Naval AffVir3.-rMessrs.' Hoffman; Crown
inshield. Mtlier, 'Riplev,- Carson, Dorsey, and
VVhiteof N.VY, - ' , . , - y
; "On Apncuhure.rMe!srs. Spencer of N; York,
Wilson,' liose,' Smith of Pa., Siandifer, Deberry,
"and Chandler. . - . -; . - j
r On the Territonesl Messrs. Clark of Kentucky,
Green,.- Creightop, Armstrong," Angela Cowles
anil WVB. shepnard. ' r ;t ? -e . n
- On" Military pensions. Messrs. Bates Le-,
compte, Forward, Chilton, Hammonds, Bockee,
andPord.o ' ' ' - - ' , '
e On Revisal and Unfinished Business. Messrs.
Fearce, Reed and Pearson. ' . . - '
On' Accounts. "Messrs, :Il4Isey, - Swan and
Brbadheadl.' " x ' , . V,
'--'vOn Kxpenditures in the Department of State v
Messrs. Barll, Sill, Kiiig' of NY. , v "
On Hxpenditures.of the Treasury .--Messrs.Lei-i
per, Crocheron and Kendall. y , - .
-i.vOn' Expenditures in the Departmeot of vWar.i
Messrs.- Max weu . 01 va.,aiuutenourg . ana
On Expenditures in' the favy Department.r-ov
Messrs.'4. 'li SlTepperd, Bartley,'"and Evans of
Penn.. lr-A- . . - - : t
: Oii" ExpenrIitures in the" Post-Office Depart
ment Messrs. Yancey,-Burst and Scott. " f
s':pn:'. Expenditureson Public '"Buildings. -jr
Messrsr Sprigg,' 1? aileya n6VSwift"iJ- i
;;;-:-,s'-(t ;fc&-, ' t'Z'
. , South Carolina s.thtBcnk of the United
'SttaesSVe perceive, by a; 1 etter frorn
Col u m bia to -ttfeEditor of :th e Charl es ton
Mercury, that" resolutions,, to.: the follow
ing effept hav'e:been introduced -into -'the
oenuie oi ooum uarouna : , i -5. -
r,lst.' That their 'Berresent&tives-mCcfngfesi
be requested; and their Senators 'instructed, ta
r ot to permit iny pnv&ts" stockholders in that la
stitution;;ancl thereby niake it a-Nat Ion nl one. .
Sd.Thatj in the evenf of the iocorw. aion cf
any persons for Hanking privileges, r.irtlo citi
zens of the United States be put on an equal,
footing' in aubscribinff for the stock' of the'same :
4tb. That the Committee of JFinance rbe in
structed to rep
pert on the' propriety of the.' estab
r.Tatibnal Jank,i excluding 'prvate
lishment of a
I: Th eKationil Intel I igencer spe aki n g of
the great number of petitions -whichtKaVc
b c c q presented tpi' Congress 1 says,r , that,
the streamof petitions against the transpor
tation ofNthe mail on the Sabbajh ision the
flovvf and may be'expec'teo! . to swell to a
t TP, - - - .
half gone-th rough" , '"iv -r f ? :
i .wt T'-SXv : -;(":'
,' 'r. .' cicpes. A Ptiblic Dinned was re
cently giren,'.at Columbia, in South-Caro
lina, t oth e Hon ? La nod 6 j , Cheves", now
on a visit toA that City, by iheMembers of
the Legislature and the citizens : of uthat
piace. is saiaxto nave oeen tne largest
Dinner Compapy that ever" assembled in
K EdentonfK &yjec--t&'x
- 4 -
A schooner, supposed to be the Fanny,
CaptA Ashbeet , from j Baltimore to' ijiis
place, was ceen off Cape patteras a 'rew
days'ago, bottom upwards. The Fanny
left Baltimore on the.&4th ult and was no
doubt in;the late blow ; as she is: out ,of
time and nothing having been heard from
the crevy, we fear . they f.are all lost. ,
Virginia Convention. Saturday last is
said 10 have been "the most memor.ible day
of this Convention. The all absorbing
questioii'of lh,e basis of " Representation
came up again to be derided. ' The i ayes
and noe,s were; called seven . i I s d u ri ng
the day. .vx-The question assumed a variety
of-.fonns.v.The . sense of 1 he 1' Con v edition
was. tried on.Mr. Leigh'-s scheme of repre-sentafion-
It v.isltried:onfthe plan of the
Federal Basis in the H, of Delegates, i and
the White,. Basis in the Senate It i was
tned! on the mi ted basts in-the H. of Di &
the federal basis in the. Senate : on the
plan of taking Mr. Gordon's apportionment
tor the .present, and a prospective; reap
portionment in .the year.l 841,, "and every
20 ,y eari t h e rea fter, fou nd?dv on t h e hu m-
ber of 'free white inhabitants for the H. of
D. and on the. federal basis for the Senate.
Bur, all these propositions were lost and
the last one,' by an equal division -if all the
Convention,. -4 to 4. Anu nnaiiy tne
o nly proposi t ion; fo r t lie bais of Re presen -
taiipu,' which was' found. to unite a major 1
t v Ait, vutesi was Mr. Gordon's resolution
which adopted no specified-basis.-and pro
vided for no prospective apportionment--
This! resolution pre vailed' by a majority of
14 V'ites: What mude this dAvistilf more
interesting,; were the Speeches which were
delivr?d'just bt-fore the- voteivas .taken
As th Chair was in the act of propounding
the qu stion, Mr. Cooke of Frederick arose
to. address the House. '' He rose to givebi&
reasons at large for voting for Mr., Gordon's
1 eiolution He was followed on the same
side by JSl r. Hendr rso! of Loudou's.
The speeches of Messrs. . Cooke and
Henderson, successively called up Messrs.
Thompson, Johnson arid Mercer and the
remarks of Mr. Mercer called up Kir.
Upsher- and some scenes were develop
ed to the House, which had been exhibit
ed elsewhere, and whichiseem to have(af
fected' in no slight degree the' Proceed
ingsof th e con ven tion itself. The House
d id not adjourn. till after sun-set, having
protracted their session nearly 6 hiursj
. So that the Convention haves d ecided,:
that the Representation in the Senate and
House-of Delegates shall be as followk
15 SenatbrsWest of- the BluRulge,
and 19 East 'of said Ridge; '' t;;-;
There shall bel27 Delegates 29rof
whoip i '.shall b"ctectel West of thefMotin
tains, !g4': frpn0H"e; "Jal fey bet weeir the)
leiany; and . IlUe Ri'ilge, 40 from the
Blue Ridge to the Head of Tide Water,:
and S4 thence below.. r .fc;4' J ;
Yesterday, a new scheme, for future ap
portionments founded on the basisW qua-!
lified voters, was presented by. Mr Stu
art, laid xm the table.; and- ordered ?to" be.
printed.. After having, passed through
ijie remaining. resolutions of the Legisla
tive Committee, the Chair i passed onV to
the Executive Heport. fThe firs tarn end -ed'resolution,
; which -came (up - from- the
committee of the whole,;directs the elec
tion of the Governor .byUhe Legislature
Mr. Mercer propbsedito elect him'by the
People : this amendment prevailed by a
ifiajorityOf -3 votes. A' debate next came
on, upon a" proposition to constitute a con
troulingfixecutive Council of 3 "members.
The motion .fail edv by a tfe of theHouke,;
and then the resolution itself for appoiht-
inga Lieut. Goyernor,'in-the"ame man
ner asthe Governor," was also lost. '
"''K bill lias been reportedjto the Legisla
ture of .Te'nnesaee by' thecomiQittee'- on
manufactures, designed to encourage the
culture of ilk. ' The Banner ; speaksin
termsof "alborobatiori of this effort rto.nen-i
courage" domestic industryrand 'express
es'a- confidence derived; TrdtnwhliCshas.
been said and written on the subject that
tlfeTcQ It u re of "si k is-:c apabl e of ; afl'o rdi ngr
to skilful handsaprofit fully jidequate to
the labour and expense: it requires. -:Aht
, In the House of Represehtatives-a com
mittee has been appointed to enquire in?
tothe official conduet of Joshua Haskell,.
pne oi tne juaes pi tne uircuiti courts
ofLaw and Equity in and for the 8th Ju
dicial Circuit. " 4 " ''; ?
- fj . v.it "2.
Shocking Casualty -rGid eon - Alston
and a beloved and' Veryjr oh thful Jriend,'
r we're' amusing themselves last Saturday
stockholders, and - the best' means of eiiectm
this bbject; .f r -; 1 1 5 . . . ' 1 ? "
dental discharge from, thai' cf. the; latter r r; illCiniOND. J)OCKXo'iTi:RYi
entered, the bmly of'youn- Alston; -who ' CLASS, J?dJs., .
uttered.but a few words (and i-rnong them, To Re drawn in ftichif.andi 7thUantmry j "
as we.understand,' an' expression of affec ;VfV-prfze of 10,000 1 1 prize, cfS,0G( .'.
tion towardshis almost distracted Jittle ":--' 2,000 . - 1.030 'v'l
.'cbmpanion) before he was a, corpse
stqn- wasthe youngest son of R'W'; Al
stbn,' Esq of Spartanaged about, ir- an
juncommonlvjT promising youth,'; and: the
'L -i.L.Cft!-.!" ' Vv-fir.r 'lj"'
urjue oi iua uuiiug pareius, trca. vzai.i
r"S CeremohrJi AlexandeV' Everett', was
suitiuiiiz aiunt; oue-iutu iiiuir uu uic ?t asii
iiigtbn sidecf thebridge built acrossthe
Potomac, as early as .four, o'clock when.
with a -request tha he.' would favor.hcfj
he was.suduenly accosted' Qy. Anne oy-
with an introduction to .the:' President,
the executive Ghair beingatthat time'fiU-
ed by.his friend J6hnfftaincey t,Adams.
.vyould.you wjshtp'see.him now:?-; , As'
was perhaps expected; the lady, at onGe
'replied in the affirmative, ; when 'Everett
immeu 1 ateiy tooK , n er toward s t n e ' ra 1 1 1 ng
ofrthe bridge,' aqd old her to 1 00k over.
chief of the. Republic appeared 'in the-wa-j
xers oi Aiie r-oiomac, KicKing auu piuugiug
fromunder the archV where he was quiet
ly enjoying the com forts of a cold': bath,
a refreshment of which he is1, said to be
very, fond Tliis was Mrs R6yals first
lormai . 'introauciion-io mr. x'resiaent
The 'following - noticev from the Balti
more American i does no more than justice
to the firstkpecimenofthe work it speaks of,
, i s The American Recorder: ery val
uable pdblicatiou under this title has'becn
i om men ced a t Wash in gt on b v M r. Q e or e
M;. Grouard. The. first number was' .i&V
sued on the 9th inst. and is aVvery 'favors'
ble specjmen of the manne'rin-which the
work is to be conducted., ;-Fhe Recorder
is intended;to be a repository of important
state papers, and other documents, which
may illustrate the politics; commerce Wd
general statistics of v the United .State's rr.
The contents of the - present number 'will,
exhibit the ' nature of .the "documents' to
which it is intended to give Vplace'in thii
publication. -They consist of-the. Presi
dent's Inaugural Address, and the Mes
sage ;i u st com m u n ic a ted ; a List of - the
Members of Congress, with ; the Proceed
iugtin the two Houses' a LisUof the
Governors of Stites ; several valuable ta
bles exhibiting the Revenue Expenditure
Conim e r c e andNavigation of j h e Un i te d
States, a " Synopisjof the Public, Lands j the
area and the, population of each Sxat; and
Territory, &c. It is evident . that 'a Regis
ter of t his kind is highly Valuable to niany
persons, and is some what interesting to all.
It is well printed on good pa'pjr of impe
rial ociavo size, at o per an n.-rr
The Rev. Dr. M9 Auley. irt city-iS
deprived of one of its ablest and most pop
ular preachers, by the removal of the R'ev
Dr; M?Auley Philadelphia.yDilA.
was Tor many years ah 'abl e .. professor : in
Unipn College fronl --whence lie; was call
ed to the pastoral ciarJeT of thfRutors
street charch, as the succVssiir of UifeTRev
Dr M?Cl el 1 an vl when this-gentl e man vwas
appointed to a professorship inTjickinspn
College. We part with DilMlAule
with regret . With. talents of a superior
orler,'great readiness of speech,eIocution
of the most popular; atid(insinuatingr;cast,v
and mariners happity
charge of the pastoral offices of a clergy:
man, both in the pul pit and out of i t, vve
cahpbt'but consider his rem
But ou r joss vwill be the gainpf others-
Or M'A)reached hi first sennori in
Philadelphia on SunSay last.v
, -Sic m:m(Mmitiitfm
. .k- -' Cc-w'
v ' "-.r-v": CMAcowi(Geoi:Ndv.;,21
A fatal aflTai' dejeu rreir
last in Hthe Westerp part f Vthl3couhtyv
which reSultedjih the death bf-.opeofoUr
most w ort hy and. val uable citizen si 'At a
imall col lection of people -at a : mustelr:
ground,. at a place known as 'theBgWrj''
rter plantation, an aRray took place between
J i m es Fl e w e II 1 n, E sq ... u nd J a m e s Cohorn,
in which' the-former received three stabs
with a knife, and died, in about two hoursv
Cohorn was also severely , wounded 'Jn - the4
s hou 1 d e r by t h e k n 1 fe of Mr. Flew el I i n. ;'
- r v. . J MARRIED, ' t -
.. In this city, L on Thursday - ' evening last, byf
the Kev. I. Ji Lemliy, Mr. George C.. Levy, to
Miss Jane D. bavare. eldest daughter ot Mr. J.
The Protfst. Episcopal Sunday
ITT A VING" established a Depository af the store
JLm: of S; Hali; Newbern, all the Publications of
the Society can be had at the prices? fixed-by
the-Union in Yew-York. " V, -.-' -
Newbern, December 22d;a829f
A TekcKer -Wanted.
t:-To take charge': of Schools m the neighbor
hood of Raleigh., i v T he -snuation is - healthy, and
the water prood. Itis .necessary v the Teacher
should understand the: Latin ami ? English Lan
. Wake county, Dec' 24,
F. It AND.-
-" Superior Court of Law.;
- .'Chatham County. . pall Terra, ,1829
Alfred Vestal & others W.ThosJ Vestal & others;
Fetition fcr the dlvislonof Lands of .William .-t
- ; ..r 'Y- - Vestal dec . '"
JTj.T appearing'; to Ihe -satisfaction of the Coun
U. that John Vestal, one,ot the delendants it.
.this case, is not an luaaDiiant ot tii.3 st te ;
therefore ordered,- that notice Ybe published uf
the'Baleigh Register fornix m nth:, of the f.Iin
of the-Petitlon, and that thesaid John td, at
tne next lerra oi iuisouri, gu inc ou . .unua
of-il arch ne'xtr- pleads ansv, cr-"cr 'di rrir to tl.
petition, -or the same will tiken pro cc;.fes.s
guages,8c be of good moral character. For terms,
apply to either-of the" subscribers' personal or
by letter post paicf. - v - " - BUS BEE, -
.: r,.4oo In) : ; cod
: 10 .. ' ,40 , ' inn
.Whole tickets S4V-, Halves 'S2; Qunn
ters bi. :
r, "f . 1 1 ) 11 1 i I ' -i , i . I,
lTni6n?,eahal Lottery J?7ol l
Torbe"drawn,7th Janr.' ry 1030. " ;
60 Nd.f Lottery 10 drawn-ballots;;
V ;1 prize o30,000
'"i i-; "6,ooo
,1-rize of I0,0n0,t
-1 ; 5,000 : .
:--'rr '.-500 1. ,
10' , 7- ... 1,000
00l ;20 c "WSJ
Ilfidc'? 80-CO 46 S"0-i20 St 10.
several to gentlemen ol North Carolina.";
Aodress 11 your, orders td
JA packsge' 20 wltiole ttc.:' embracing, all . f j
tbe numbers from 1'to CI -which ,"n compelled--tO'draw
$IjOf Cjii be had lor SJ00-
Kichmond, iVi. ;
f3 manager mnnc jb
s; ', V' Richmond, Vaf ,-
t NEW-YORK LOTTERY, Class I8t::,
60ioIiottpry ip-Drawn Bllot1;.
Tote draWnS0thJpec'emrr. in .AW iW.V
;X V' rPriicbf Bl5v6bo :
t ;.;yi,,r ' . ..:3,000- r
- 80 :
.Whole tickets g ; Halves ;250 Q-wfJ'
n' ; A ' . : I Vt ters 1 25. ; ' ' y
Vf " MANAGERS' OFFICE, V f ;
' ' ' 'u ;"x:' - vBichmorsd; -
The folldwiitg are the'Numbc i drawn7 in th2U--'
- ' nton Canal, No. 14 - v ? : '';
20, 25, 49,'4, 54, 22 1:, 325 45.
... .. 25.32.. .C '
t:20' :25 4Kvf J200;
I AH sold at tbeMan'ager.Onlce'.v ":'t; '?ff;.
: .In' WilmingtonN; G.'A '': v-.: 7s
lf In GranviUe,.N. - C it - -
WM l:imMl0M INTYRE,
i i . . ..
- WhCle-Tickets S10, Halves 0, Quaf-
,;, (ters 250. ';;'', V; '
f - Vates gtAI'Ih'tvre oM i'ntpi last MTnmn Hunzi ?
QTOLEN ont of mf pocket: mtheClerk'sO: - r:
K7. fice at Uoxborgb Person County, Claclc i: ; .
Leather .Pocket-bck;c'oiitan cC Ji
Vduable papers, , a. number , of notes i. cf har.d;-; v ' .
which cannot at present be remembered .1 re- : -;
llect oneony Lewis' Daniel, tor 450 V- one ont
$100 5 likewise,. number of smalrNotes, "-not &: . . r .
rpresenijrecollected. sTherewasvone-hilfV of a
"theBrtinco Bank of IewrOrleana, letterL. Noif'"C
83&i also.pne-haif cf a Fifty,D6llar nbteU.' ' : -S.
paper, "payable at Charleston; better LV, i No ;
f2145;ine Ten Dollar note, ofthe State Bank1: 1
4i.,u;iBMu uuc foliar joieoj ine same Uansi ,;
jwith a hdmberof CoostablesIieceipts.aiid other "
valuable papers. 1 would forewarn 'any person '
froni tradi ng: for any ,ofth e t Not es of h and or o- . v - .
ther papers. T To anv bersoir finding for fivih;-'';.,;:
iinjbrmatiofriof ithpockei-btf, twill "give -P'
reward i -&30, by deliverinar of, the same- with ' "
the contents to ; ..i '; jAMES WILLIAMSON. "
f person county, Nov, 3Q, ?: 7-
HREE or foujJourhewe
I are.first rate arid steady - wprkrn i eii. wanted ' r J
immediat elyat the. rioxville Tennessee) lie , sYr
gister Office f to whom cdnstinf employment 2c
liberal 'wages will be given.! -X'.'? -"h, A '
; A very- valuable Tar1 tivvir PLin- -
dL ?oi .'ine byt wo -deeds. executed" by Absa! . -
xanceyanu. uuiy regisierea m tue ltegisler's Of- .
fice for the county of Cranville, I sh&U ofi'er f-1- r
sale in the Ijowtt ot Oxford, on Monday the lit - i ' ,
day "cf February next, that being Court d ivani -continue
the' sale from day today Hintil comnlpt.- :
ed,' the follovine Valuable Prooeptv: vi
A'- 4 racioj,'.uana, lying on the south side -of'i'
Tai- rivers nine miles. south of Oxford, imtnedj-
ately on the Taylor's Bridge Road 'leading' frpn -I."
OxfordYvto., Italeiffhf-.containing- by esiunatioa -?
1500 acres, about 350 of which are; vlnaM imS, . ',' Y .
erounds-the vbalancefirst :ate. unlahd !dM,-,Y'. 'v
improved by fencing,', tobacco houses, eoin jou- ;
ses .stables, negro iiouses and a-Verv comfnrh.1
l-ble dwelling bouse for a small family. I't :on '
uispuseu.iu.puruuase are invtTtt ;to View thes Y S ! Y
premises previous to the -day "of sale. Mr: YarT- Y "Y
cey who resides on the land wil take pleasure in i
shewing it'' - ' -Y:
Also.- a Tannervnear, Oxford JtfVYthPT. . VY Y
f the Stoct -of Leather liaw hides. : liar!:. Tools 1
aim oiucraiinis oeion-ing to tne establishment ' Y.
imewise two L,ots ot tiround adjoining. -'The
improvements are very considerableY&nd almost r
v Alsor tw-oYcorfifortable.- Dwelling 1TouWs'-f bo ; Y,
Hillsborough street' in Oxfprdin c jo 1 Tni - . Y
with every llous necesziry for the conveniensa
of famdies. ' ' , - :
AJsorC53 acres; of Land 6n New V "ht CrppTrl Y
I-All the interest of the said Absalom in and to! IsT -
r La I'otKo'i.'o Petifir,:.'lt.' 1 i.j .
r'tufCT-Three Negro Slaves a'nun hd two V'o-'- ' - "
xben.x C.- - r 4 . ' Y".
LY 1 shall likewise sell on the Taf Iliver nl ntatt
v uu riiuajf mi; jui uay. oi jc druary,"theXock
,ijf Hogs, Horsej?r Cattle,-Corn,-Fodder, Vheit i
tation ToolsQ' he' " t . - , j . - Y 1 -' " v YY
; . a us-- aaie - win ".positively. De made, and t' ''
terms acconf.aodating b"purchas?ra.
:"7 YYY"' H..M. Ml LLC IL Tnut J
RaleigrS,-Dec. 8. V..5 ': .,'32 8 Y
TEACHER WAriC.;, -
f -J take Charge Tof an. Academy in l'..e nei-'Ii -
-L.- bornooo llaie'h,;,'! he situation is jkr -Wealthy,.
the-water good," and the neigU'jorhuldY'
agreeable. i It is necessary the Teaclicr : should. -Y
posscw the following (ja&hfications mder
stand, the Latin and YEnglUii Latri h.lY
have Jovciq knowledge oV Mathcmatica ,
of undoubted moral chaMcterY A sUry t. euc r v
an one; would bethree iSr tour .hundred dollars " -
per.anntnnrfApply.to the Editors of thi paper