Jvx 6, 1778-
O R TH-CROLINJ GAZETTE.
With the lateft ADVICES, Foreign and Domestic.
SEMPER PRO LIBERT ATE, ET BONO PUBLICO.
ti a i.inBrf Fh ' h of tlft tudtts f the been rtjeded and fporned at; bat when the crifir at lift ni
f.lAH- Jjy for more vigorous exertion, or asneao mi
jtprMr C-r W or Edentoa, ar U,Jtn n.aenu, rdiio of the tyrannical fyftem was fl 4.
the Grand Tory for the d ftriA of Edenton, re- war was brought into your tenries, MFjg&
T X T ;or.on on- thanks for the CHARGE -which foal circomftawes of cruelty and vigour ; the itor nana, ina-
11 turR y0U , "V. , "deiiv-r -o us at th- opening of poled uoon by the vileit lies to exert every nerve ta their power,
mm you was pleafed to deliver to us the opening 01 p p 7 flaught0ra people win, had ew
? T This C H A ft G E vindicate, the cendod of the fended them ; the Mm fcalping knife was employed ; and I eei
CM AKr 11 j w Kr nhliral nurnofe. of armim? our domefticks to involve ua
. U th HtabLilriment OI inoepenuenwr . r.r - . . .
imrncan iiai-i . . , n-
drawn from unalienable ngnts. -nu ..v.
X grounded on incoateftible fad.. - livery man wno is nm tu
and grouna .no d (heir OTCe and
to tHe powers 01 rcw . , k,,k-.
1 ; f,trrinrt nf them, lc breathes
molt bear a very acuv. im"7 --rr - , .
TT a ? ;.;rrt-. mt holds forth the m
in one indi (criminate maflacre, was openly and with triumph at-
tempted It was under thele complicates cireumuanwj u.
and with the iuft apprehenfion that thcie
he 9 united efforts might overpower Vour own, if our oppofitka conti
10ft nued to be, languidly fupported with the referve of fubjrSs, that
ifpirtt of pure diuntereAe - ciea. whofe loyalty nad beasts
powerful r; .pM. and had been exerted in the moft confpicuons ftca
ka, fo foccefsfnlly to-: "lESkJnl d tela, whofe attachment to Gr-Briii was fcareely yet cooled by the
uncr of a ftuthful poiervauu . w 'V rr;"f ilwl;vidaaiS4 numerous arts of oppreifi they had received from aer j teaacea
,c duties of fecurity upon Z Wyny S chuung their fellow.ubje fot
of the whole, dependi, and which will tend to give naom y mafterf. 0oi erting thole latent powers of reaanCB
oar prrfeat eojo.' . d invigorate die timid, which Heaven and favoar.blecircumftances had
For thefe reafms, and as it may teao 1 to in igar this trying and painful fitaation that they re-
mofe the indifferent, recU.m the difaffeded. and call the united with " d onncxioI ever favourite pofleft-
ftrcneth of the whole into exeifcifeTor the public good, . folved to ac f . country they would hWw
Webeg th.t yoor honour hfin ferle! but d fS to be enilaved by. It is known to u j
thtt it may be tranfmitted to the pti, and publ.lned tor - .1 ,hi. meafure was adopted, and no erdently,
formation of thofe who did fi&g h d 3 when it appeared inevitable, we ariM
ant cly for ourlelves, bfti AW4lX.tk conciliation with Gr upon thofe P-oiiA
triaof Edinton, whom reprcteat, .we nau ero " Onnofuion had all along proceeded; a wilh that I can tjfrajf
jf charge. w ?r j- ftrisas rb: gsrss
Jt.,tf. Srhr C.r,, -'7P- SSSrfiwIri d. cory from the dominion of &rA.
.t-oOB, ntbttcnJDajtfMo, I77- ImrDtnfe advaolaee have bees loft in pmfuitofacoMOei
- fertM aV4 . 'Jtaff 2ftfi
Cf4 Gao Joav, fc . The pIcfits 0f oar trade, and mexhaaftiola
JN ccp.yce w..h a cotton, wh.ch h f ' Tncre.fin 'arce pf eU. we freely beflowed. . Oar alte
probabl. f. undedoo very good reafow, n ttapumea our oikt fo.erei.n was perfeS, on the condinOM of -m
adJref. a few word, to y pre.tco. to yoar en rage on he K'ffLSSffiTta- and the whole ewen-
difcharge of the important office you -jjo. - 3rtt Thi. wa, a power fomeient tcj
r a -......if an rimic ui i!iv r- - .
ercuc dv yoor ; . 0 - ,. , -
your country; -n w- " V... . pn- vcrv 1 purpofe ; we had no dilpoimon to ccanpm- ni-s
community, and ol which tea awiui iuc v...w. dangcrout We f, only tna privilege, of
court of juttiee open.... i-retting riod of jh.
1 of th, "StEUES $T WUw. might at P WJ3 g
j vsricty of C3uf- i. in lome ot wnicn wc na c anoih-r tieople ; aeop e who in many refpeds confidered them
brrthrenon the con.ioent ; other, -ere r"M? Hna oafrfval o7 whom we had no ..troul. wh, were re,
Tne et howeeer. ba, been unhappy and d.ftreffing and every WSf it Jfl-r circomftanee,, who had ftrogIW
wellwiftierto hi, country muft ." taSftibl.) temptation, to lay bnrdan. n inor.
aarchy changrd fo, .ha. of law and order, and power, of govern- g"T'1,' We knew of no right they could hive to
meoenabhflK-d capable of reft.a.n.ng or pun.lb.ng dtftonefty "gfc did not.cogoit it. tmU
luT-power, have beer f ..abli uuder cire. wMeb SJm
lb .Id induce to them pecul.ar reverence and regard. Tney have gn- & g . JJg , difcp,u.
notbeenth-.n-ect o nfurpat.on ; they "MWM ST J, reecncileabl. to no principle, of jft.. or
wanton defire of change; tkcy Jwnol 'WSJ tommon decenty, that w. could form to onrfelve.. Wedrfpifd
by .he fi.ccef.tnl arm, of a tyrcnt; they have been r"" e" "fo.Ue .pplica.toh of few pnliticri miaim., cilculaA
ftablilhrd by the pul.lic at large, for the general happ net .of he the n. rtt t0 t Jgw nnd extended
ST .tt menuofThoW ep'ir.,..od which .o . honr jr,
ihe abhorred, nd did ll their j.wm .jo av 9''" which aU U. fraud, iniquity, mjaftice, ru hy f&pfMt
27, government which ckd bh 2- of S!n? tn.t !Lrww ha, periic.d from CrMrM h
"u,VgV,T,ir,rp.ea and d. ftrd tbemf.lv... SM- pML A reW called
Xp- beeniniured. and thiTeonteft. . um. when ,rprieiPriOU wjr.
you nl no. only felt ..nova.K... . ,iy ..d thorooghly o.derftocd. The divino Ti! ijt
.ere repugnant to juft.ee a. they were "T".. ,., exploded with fidin.tion. in th. laft centnry. fie. cel.