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NORTH CAR6LINA SENOPINEL AND NEWBERN COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND LITERARY INTELLIGENCER.
letter, unfinished hats or hal-bbiics, the amount
' is .very large. 1 It is so difficult to determine
the value of the article in thai slate, that the
; uty of 30 per cent.- is. so far? evaded, . as to
afford little or no protection to the American
hatter. . Yet, we are gravely told that the
tariff is as perfect as the wisdom of Congress
can make.it. ;
During a reat part of the session'of 1829
;1 '30, an English asrent was advertising in thf
Washington City papers, that he would furnish
our members of Concrress: as well as others.
rwith .English madfi clothes. n rViPr ns tVioir
COuld DUrchase Thft r.lnth tn malcAKiirh in thia
I country.' The occurrence oueht to have con
vinced the national legislature that the tariff
required modification, but it seems to have pro
duced no such effect. At thai period, the busi
' ness of importinsr readv made clothino- was
found profitable and that description of goods
is now literally flowing into every part of the
United States. Half the seamstcrs of New
i York. who were makinrr sKirf."i 4. tiiR &arh:
W-l-Ii.. ' 6 .
auu pamaioons at 14 cents per pair, nave neen
deprived - of emnlnvment. The . oneration of
, ., x v j I
the system has been nearly equally ruinous to
Thus instead of promoting or protecting
American Industry, the System appears to be
ntnl'i ry r n o 4Vv 1A im rt Trim rr niff
to- England ! Its effects will soon be sensibly
felt bv nrir merchants and the manufacturers
, v " .
of cotton arid woollen goods must suffer in their
turn. V " ..j
Convinced that these views are correct,
we have advocated.a modification Of the tariff.
Were wejhos'tile totbe principle of protection,
wei.wnulil unouestionablv onnose anv chancre.
i 4 .' '
because we believe a better svstem' could not
be divised to destroy our manufacturers and
inecnanicSf and render us again dependant on
England for most of our clothing, as well as
for the implements of husbandry and of the arts.
J ' ' Louisville-Advertiser
THE HEW CABINET;
With the President's propositions for a mo-
varied larin with his veto Message, arrest-
incr a stron'tr 'flood of local ' mischief with hi!
double protest against the Bank of the United
oiaies wiin an mese .sianng us in me iace,
we-are asked what good we are to expect from
Oen.' Jackson! And this question is propdun
ded.by the friends of Mr. Clay ! We retort the
question with a hundred fold forced and we ask
what good are we to expect from that ultra-poli-
. ticianf What mercy is the Constitution to
expect from the Author of the American - Sys
tem? from the reckless advocate of a wide
sweeping system of Internal Improvement,
even down to tKe Maysville Road -and from
. ihim,who once exposed the glaring, unconsti
! tutional origin of the U. S. Bank,; and then
' became its .bold and ? unblushing Advocate?
K Even if Gen. Jackson should visit us with
whips, Mr. Clay Would chastise us with scor
pions. j But, if Gen. Jackson has done some good,
in behalf of theConstitution if he has raised
his voice against some of the abuses of appro-
priauon, we must, we . may . yet look lor
more. A hew Cabinet is commg in and the
movement of the Administration will, of
course be watched with much curiosity.
. What benefi ts may not they render to ananxi-
, uly nd IranKly, sketcii off some of the arti
cles of our own Creed Some of the leading
principles, which, it is hoped, will guide the
yhetime is coming, when the true theory of
r! ilia sn ritl t ..it x , i , i . ' . . .
wuoiHuuun isr io pe Drougni 10 us test.
i If it fails, then "clouds and darkness rest unon
us." The Union itself may pass under one of
ine deepest Eclipses which has ever obscured
it. The SoutK will never submit to a contin.
uedystem of exaction, for the emolument of
awinc ximiiuinuiuiiii actuuns iiei n once De
understood, that this Government is to be so
changed from the original purposes of its for
mation, as that, in spite of the spirit or the re
strictions of the Charter, a revenue is to be
.raised ori- the South, for the benefit of the
North that taxes are' tpbe laid, 'not for the
purpose of paying off the debt, and the neces
sary xpences of the Government but to carry
on a great and splendid scheme of Internal Im-
pru Tciueiuio raise irom the States, and then
iu uisiriDuie a large siirphis anions
will be followed as near and as much as possi
ble. The closer we can stick to them, we hum
bly think the better will it be for the Country
anu ner constitution.
But we have (before us a letter, from an
intelligent Republican, which says so many
gooa inings, mat he must excuse us lor presen-
i c r ii it. Ai' - ; j . i,n
nug a icw uiiUicio iir uie puouc consiuerau""'
"If parties are ever again to rally on clear
and well defined principles, ! it will be when the
National debt is extinct, fc the question is iainy
put to the people will you be taxea ior any
ining oeyona wnai is necessary "
cal administration of your government? May
not tear, however, ma w uie lucau nine,
bv a cornintsvatemof loff-rollinsr a conspira
cy of particular interests ; these will have been
made to appear or at least will have acquired
power to prevail against the general welfare,
and the fundamental doctrines of the Constitu
tions. Ought not this administration then at
'once 'to come out clearly and unequivocally on
these erreat points can anv one assert the true
principles of the constitution with so much hone
of success as he in whose patriotism of pur
pose, ana readiness to risk himself for his
country, all must have confidence ? Let. then.
tlia TV,-. j: U ; i
xcw iaumci uiauaimug iu enquire auoui or
listen to informers, as to the oDinions entertain
ed of men bv Door subordinate clerks and tide.
waiters, go at once unequivocally and thorough-
ly ior economy and strict construction : as the
sneet ancnors, tnat alone can save us lrom vir
tual consolidation misrule aind despotism.
POLITICS FOR FARMERS
From the Banner of the Constitution.
In order to put a finishing stroke upon the
fallacy constantly reiterated, by the advocate
of the taxing svstem. that the fall that has tai
ken place, since the year 1816, in the price of
uct uiiu ixiaiiuiacui ca wiiiuxi nave uccn nigiiij
protected is to be ascribed to high duties, and
to prove our assertion that a similar fall has
taken place in almost every article, protected
or not, it is our intention to take up a New
York Price Current, printed in 1816, and one
printed in the present year, and to quote the
prices there given of all the articles, alphabe
tically arranged, which are found in both. In
order, too, that there may be no disputing
about the authenticity of our statements, we
now make it known, that our extracts will be
from the " New York New Price Current," of
April 2,1816, and from "The Shipping and
Commercial List and N. York Price Current."
of 15th January, 1831, which is a continuation
of the same paper, and! one which certainly
now enjoys, and we believe has at all times
enjoyed, a high reputation for correctness. In
order, too, that no unfair advantage shall be
taken of our opponents, arising from the dif
ference in the state of the currencv. at the
two different periods, we frankly state, that the
currency of 1816 at New York, was a depre
ciated one, whilst that of 1831 is a sound one
for, in thesame Price Current, of April 2d,
1816, the fallowing quotations appear: j-
Specie dollars 10 per cents premium.
Change and gold 7 do. do.
Bills on Boston, (where the currency was sound) 6 per
Iii commencing this task, which will be a
tedious one, - we hoDe to be serondpd bv our
fellow laborers iu the cause of the DcoDfe
editor who coincides with us in doctrines,
would join in circulating this information, it
would put a seal forever Upon the only remain
ing argument which the . restrictionists have
now io rely upon. In order to avoid a multi
would hot do. The article was determined to
fall, and now we have spermaceti candles at 24
cents, which Js just half price. Now, we
should like some of the wiseacres of he re
strictive philosophy to unravel this mystery,
and tell us whether this fall is due to the dimi
nution or to the subsequent increase of the
duty oh candles. . - .
'CAfltt -In 1816 this article was quoted at
840 to SoO per ton, and was admitted duty
free. In that Vear a dutv was imnnspd unnn
jit of 15 per cent. From that time to the pre
sent it nas continued to fall, and can now be
had at 83 to 83 50. f
Clover Seed In 1816, was 15 cents per lb.;
it is now 11. The duty, in 1816, was 25 per
cent., and in that year was reduced to 15.
Coal. Liverpool, in 1816, was at 815 per
chaldron, and the duty was 10 cents per bushel,
In that year the duty was reduced to 5 cents,
and in 1824 was raised to 6 cents; but, not
withstanding both these attempts " to hedge
in the cuckoo," coal gradually fell, and is now
at 88 35 per chaldron of thirty-six bushels. -So
of Virginia Coal its price, in 1816, was
810 per chaldron; it is now 85.
Cocoa. Caraccas, was, in 1816, at 838 per
cwt. it is is now at 817 92. Island was then
at 824; it is now at 85 04. The dutv at the
former period was 4 cents per lb., but in that
yearn was reduced to 2 cents, and on the first
oi January, lool, to I cent.
Coffee. In 1816 this article was quoted thus :
West ludia, fine green, 25 to 26 cents per pound.
' 2d quality, 23 to 24 cents per pound.
" 3d quality, 21 to 22$ cents per qound,
Old white, 21 to 23 cents per pound.
Mixed quality, inferior, 20 to 21 Cents nfr nminii
On the 5th of January, 1831, it was quoted as follows:
uoa, - .... - 10 to 10i cents per pound.
Porto Rico, - - . 11 cents per pound.
St. Domingo, ... 9 centg per pound.
Brazil, ----- 10 cents per pound.
The dutv, in 1816, was 10 rents npr lh K,,
was in that year reduced to 5 cents, at wh;A
rate it continued until the first of January of
mc presem ear, wnen it was reduced to 2
Copper. In 1816. sheathi no rnnnpr unte
quoted at 31 cents per lb.; it is now 21 1-2.X-
ii nas always oeen admitted duty free, and
consequently does not owe its fnll in nrin
high duties. Copper Bolts were, in Iftlfi. Mr
cents per lb.; thev are now 24. At th
period they paid a duty of 30 per cent, but in
it J u- "usuu; was changed, to 4 cents per
lb., Which Was a redtirtinn inoim.a 1,
. - -. luuauiuLii ait kill;
foreign cost, at that time, was not more than
to cents, and 4 cents upon that cost was only
equal to 16 per cent: Pig copper, which has
always been free, is quoted, at both periods, at
tc saint; price, viz. is cents per pound.
Cordage, foreign.) This article, in 1816,
was $12 per cwt.; it is now 811 20. The
duty, in 1816, was 4 cents per lb. upon tarred,
and 5 cents upon untarred but in that year it
was reduced to 3 cents upon the former, and 4
upon the latter. In i824 it was raised, upon
the. former to 4 cents, and upon the latter to 5
cents. At the former period, American Cor
dage, made out of Russia hemp, was 814,
whilst now it is worth 812 33; but it is evident,
that, were it not for the existing duty, fpreixm
cordage would be at $6 82 per cwt. for the
tarred,, and 85 60 for the untatred. The duty
only fallen 12 per cent.
rSrt' rIelVetl in 1816' weP0n anave
? ! "lCeilts Per g-Common, at 37
vjiiL - ill.1 iir m a ,
1U1I1ICI il l' I1I1IV SI T at n.
marl nf nl-rrriT.. and in it immPHi.iP r;rhhrhnfSd. rv yesterday. We have taken several cannons. nnH 3AVk
there are forty-two mills, the Tat-thest of which scarcely or 4000 prisoners, amongst whom are nearly 300 office.
and wnicn, coi- oi uiuc ""im mmuiDKi, commandinp-
a separate corps,- coverea nimseir with victory
tjUI W IV J ww w Miniv w,mm m. mm? w v ITIIIbU V J
eitendi half a mile beyond the rdyaltv, and which, col
lectiveiy, contain nine tnousana and twelve looms, a
single woman, who is Capable of managing two looms,
throws off daily forty eight yards of 10 and I I shirtings;
andi of blaws, and coarser fabrics, she is capable of
lhrrtuiinr nff rnntiHfrahlt more: but. to allow far lhe
finer fabrics wrought, and some inferior hands tbe ave-
. . 1 - -: 1 11
rage may oe tweny-iuo yaru? iwi rHcu iooro wnicn
makes the aggregate production of the whole fall little
short of two hundred thousand yards a-d.:y. Tlie whole
number of bauds employed in the producf-on of this as
tonishing quantity, are, about fcur thousand six hundred
women, and six hundred and fifty men and which would
require upwards of twenty thousand ordinary hand-weavers
to produce in the same space of lime."
Currants In 1816, were 10 cents per lb.;
they are now 8. The duty then was 4 cents,
but in that year it was reduced to 3 cents.
To be continued in our next.'
'v uuwuuus, wiucu usually 7 77 . v""4"1 is now 1'4 cents " . vyv,,,u,ons nnvng been cnmmanHpi
Prices Current, but have, in every .P01111 Which is a eduction on those of ffs!? I' ti CiM'biin
idhered to the rule of taking the ordmary size. , Z h j,1ie lben ,he folloi6 speech '
e named in. hnth g ' Cotton.-Tho ........ . . .... ?r.ard,S,nct' n manner S PCCCh
. aIC W1C Huotauonsoi llb: wras ana gentlemen
Sea Island, ... 45 to 51 cents per pound. ' !' 1 b come To meet yj
for the latter.
, io4rP0t and Pearll 1816, the price
was 8275 per ton, and the duty was 23 per
cent. This duty was lowered to 15 per cent,
m that year, and vpt. th
i,rv, v Xl per ion, !or nots. and tn A lQft sn
rv nff tlioi. J.Li. x -1 . riPar s -?
r; uu ucuis, coniracieajtor the purposes n -
of making their own roads and canals and 7e?per tierce of 7 hshels, were worth,
MVoff millinnc nf nono!nn , L rri . Ill loll). ft lS. Tho r?titr viroo V.nn 05 x
phcity of figureswe have in many cases, "er a 27 1-3 cents' The dty, in 1816, was
omitted the double quotations, which usually Per cent. fad volorem; it is now 12 cents
xl uvea y
lowest price named in both vears.
POLITICS FOR FARMERS.
Almonds, In 1816, this article was sold at
w cents i per lb. lor soft shelled, and 25 cents
for shelled. The duty was then 4 cents per lb.
1 he GUtV IS nnw X iania 1U .1
. J " " vtlua PCI IUii unU me DriCP I rn j A i
7 CCIUS Ior tfte lormer, and 13 to 1 6 , "ZTo" VC l,cr DUl ' year
New Orleans, - . - 11J to 12$ cents per pound.
Uplands, - - - . 91 to 11 cents per pound.
Alabama, - - - - 10 to 12 cents per pound.
Tennessee, .... 9 to 10 cents no, n..j
Sea Island is not quoted, because it does not come
to the New York market in large quantities : 1
Calcutta (xooas. l his article, in 1816, was thus
Late and important from Europe.
New York May 27.
The packet ship Napoleon,' Captain Smith, arrived yes
terday, bringing us London dates of 24th April. We
know not where to begin the tale of revolution and vic
tories of the triumph of the sinews, of Polish freemen
over Russian despotism and of a truly legitimate Bri
tish King, over a refractory, and corrupt Parliament.
The spirit of Kosciutko seems to have hovered above the
legions of his countrymen, and led them to signal ven
geance over the hordes of him who claims' to be the suc
cessor to the infamous Catharine while Nelson's immor
tal order of the day to the British Fleet, " England ex
pects every man to do his duty," has been realized in the
person of King William the Fourth, who nobly performed
his duty by the Dissolution of his Parliament, and left
tbe nation to do theirs. - -
In the House of Commons on the 18th, the " Reform
Debate" was resumed. Lord John Russell moved the
order of the day on the Reform Bill. General Gascoigne
in answer to the speech of John Russell, which is too
long for insertion here, said, that the measure which had
been derailed, was as different from the original "bill, as
any thing could well be imagined ; and yet thev had the
cry of "the Bill, the whole Bill, and nothing but the
Bill," continued. He concluded by moving the following
"That it is the opinion of this House that the total
number of Knights citizens, and burgesses returned to
Parliament, for that part of the United Kingdom called
Englaud and Wales, ought not to be diminished " The
Debate was continued on the 19th, and a Division having
been called, General Gascoigne's motion prevailed,
For the motion 299
Against it 291
Majority against Ministers, 8
The Debate which was adjourned from the I9tb, was
resumed on the 21st. On that day, the Chancellor of
the fc.xcheo.uer resisted a
C. F urgusson had made,) because he said members had
Wii i iic suojeci 01 rciorm, but not one had confined
himself to that subject; the Chancellor said he should
therefore feel it bis dutv to resist ih nrnnne aAin..rn.
went to the utmost of his power. The question however
was taken, and decided as follows :
tor adjournment 194
Majority against Ministers 22
In consequence of the above vnfc u v:
, , -w..al wiv nine vuijjc iu a
determination to dissolve tbe Parliament, and proceeded
... i,Uuc u. urus ior mat purpose, on the 22d, and
Iu j- . """aca in may, with a view to
iue uusoiution. ILT see sneech .
HOUSE OF LORDS-Fridav.
PROROGATION OP PiRiuMDVT
H. m. . . '...uiajiU M.
is maiestv went in stato tn
t 1 ... . r-.uguc me io nuuses
LV t J . b Aiinougn a general expectation
nrpri ilsrf ilia p., j:nM.A i
aiiiauieiii wouia ne prorogued, few ner-
sons were aware that his Majesty would prorogue it in
person. Anions- the lower H
quamted with it till the preparation for the ceremony be-gan-towards
one o'clock. The formation of lines of
i..uicu ii5 , raruament street, soon after that time
conveyed to the public an intimation of what was to bap'
nen. arm v-r cnAn . u u .. .. r
.v.j, (UC uousesion tne line of his Maies
ty s route, and the streets, were crowds ,;h
Ine Kinir voaa en nickel . . ..'
. ..wiaaauy ,t;Ceiveu oy the people,
.ia. iiir i,. uiawii iiv fruam .miai l. .
HFs.i yo.. rJT Pf1 0V two otne- stately
A desultory discussion n.i. .
the London n.r, ..I.t " " . ' I ue '.' 'ng to
. . , v mi, xv 1 1 1 f n h rr ID o i it .
danre of ih. . " ".' ouse. I he atten-
Kinr hv nVr rr: '"V,n&.Hec" comnded,and the
o ins assent io the Civil ric k:n .
Bourbon and foreign,
XVew Orleans, -Georgia
29 to 31 cents per pound
28 to 29 cents per pound.
roguinff this Pflrlim J,r.u PrPose of pro-
dissolution. ' a view lo ,,s immediate
come abroad on
who seemed sensible that he had
ime had been allovvid V rn INo do"bt, if more
u. . ueen BIoved, a much pruaioi- ...
nave oeen collected. His AIaei .w"u u
ttB9 ttccumpanied in
iavig men uwii ruaus ana canals and Toi 0 m ousneis, were worth, Calcuttc
pay off millions of pension moneyThen in- 1 ' 18 The dut was tnen 2o per cent, quoted:
deed, will fhe rub come.-UThe South -will not u Was m iht year reduced to 15 per cent., and Cossas,
stinmit-tn snK ctoin r mi beans are nnw nt ftT Vi-
Beef. In 1816, 3e5S was at 8 13 50 per bar
rel : now it is at ft ft fix 1 9 . rv, . a n
-- - " j. motc was ailU
cnnmif tA eimh ft' xr mi
,.v.h ,w ouvu s awn; vi unngs. i ne next
Congress may be the period of trial. If it
suouia oe iouna, mat tliey will not modify the
Tariff that thev are determinpi
1 anil that thev are determinprl in
it inall its excesses that even the extinction
of tncTpublic debt, is not to be the signal of a
reduction of the Tariff to merely the necessarv
t 1 v.v.. v-, rr iuua lurwaru . to a
$3 25 to $4 45 per piece.
3 70 to 3 45 per piece.
3 10 to 4 00 per piece.
- .3j 00 to 3 30 per piece.
- 4? IS to 4 35
I have been indo Z W8. accompanied i
purpose of ascertainiT "t hV senSe of mV'ZT? -
-y .n which it can beost tl"
changes iu5 BteDwii." of makinff such
pear to renuire ?H 'If"8 circi"D8taces may ap-
to uphold the juSt ri ehts anSt t,,t,on' "d at once
and to give securifv h Pr.eroffatives of the Crown,
" GenIlemeTnr!yJV e f tbe People
the maintenance of 7h A prov,s!on yu haye made for
rangements vou mad for .k eaBmen,$ for fne ar"
'itoal ConwrtM hi? i thesta,e an comfort of My
whfch you hav; fSSSfo? !hbank J,U for he U
ob I8.ea or the public servir- I hVB
"..ii sansiaction vour.. -
vancen nour oi ine evening uoes not permit me to give
more detailed report. a
(Signed) V' SKRZYNECI t
Warsaw, April 11 Another affair has taken place at
Wengrow, under Gen. Uminski, who has passed ibexive
Liwioc. He took 40q prisoners of thu Russian Guard
the choicest of the army, and obtaiued possessions
several valuable magazines. Sarougatia and Lithun"
have been in a state of revolt since the 29th of March
An estafette who arrived last night' brings info.Qjalj0 '
that a revolution has also taken place iu Vofhynia.
According to the Hamburgh Correspondent; the Lithu
nian insurgents had taken possession of Wilna, where
they bad organized a Provisional Government. Three
thousand insurgents had established themselves at Poian.
gen. At Kowno, they took possession of a Russian bat
tery. The same paper alo cites accounts from Poseii'
recording to which Field Marshal Giesmar, who was oa
his route for Breslaw, took post as soon as he became
acquainted with the event in Poland, and directed hit
progress towards Konigsberg. His sudden depanWe
has given some confidence to the report that the Russiau
army of, the Grand Duchy of Posen was about to pass
the frontier and enter Poland immediately. There U
nothing official in these accounts; and all ( which i
thought quitejiuthentic is, that the Grand Duke Michel
has left with 4000 men and 12 pieces of cannon, for the
district of Memel.
From the Messager des Chambres.
Paris, April 20.-- The entry of the Austrian into Rotne
the roport of which was given in the Aviso de Toulon'
and was copied by us, though we gave little credit to V
has not been confirmed. Positive information indeed
enables us to, contradict it.
Military Operations in Poland. Report of another
victory obtained by the Poles have been: in circulation
this morning, but we have no official confirmation oi
them- The following accounts have reached us from
different quarters A letter has been received in Paris
which speaks of a battle gained over the Russians on the
7th April, on the banks uf the Bag. Marshal Diebitsch is
said to have been made prisoner, with from 10 to 12,000
men. An enormous quantity of materiel felLinto'the
bands of the victors, and the Russian army was in a com
plefe state of dismemberment.
The following letter on the subject, war received in
Paris to-day, at a late hour:
" Stctgard, April 15, half past 6 o'clock, p. m.
" Complete victory J Poland has triumphed ! 1 ha
ten to announce to you a piece of news which will fiir
you with joy. An extraordinary courier, w hich has imf?
arrived from Berlin, brings the news of combats cn ih
31st of March and 1st of April, which covered the brave
ru(.a.. ..cg.ons wnn giory. A grand battle had tBkeu
place on the 7tn, in which the Diebitsch was completely
beaten, and the deliverance of Poland established. The
Russians lost 25,000 men and 60 guns. Tlie army of
the Autocrat may nw be considered as completely de
people ' y "e " Wilh iy' oJjPrott the
" We have reason to believe that the battle, which has
just ended in a glorious viotory, the environs of Ryki
commenced on the 5th and lasted till the 7th at least so
say the despatches which arrived yesterday at the For
eign Office as well as several travellers who have arrived
lrom t rankfort.
Russian prisoners, gun, standards &-c. were daily
poured into Warsaw from the bead quarters S( the Poles
On the 1Kb,-the State Gazette announced its belief that
Skryznecki had entered Liedlie ; and it "is clear that
from the moment the Polish General had crossed the
Vistula up to the latest hour, the Poles were victorious
and regularly advancing against their enemies Lithuniai
J "" nc ine Ukraine are in arms ttrfPoland.
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familv, offered to the put Aic Uor Z it Tr- y
and havin fonn.l ' -JiV. . 'ast twenty-Gve vears,
pills in my
and hTinefounJwnV :k.1m. 'f.T" ve ve
for several vear, , . ' 8?U 'hem
that 1 believe then7; 7 "? nes,taon in statin-
Hj Aleifclne. " rPp"se f -bI
Mayor of the City of Baltimore.
now it is at 85 62 1-2. Carjrjw a, ac
now it is at 8 4 50. In 1816 the dutv wns 2
per cent.; it is now 2 cents per pound, and
amounts to prohibition.
Bottles Were, in 1816. at Q rlnllnr n dutv nnnn thorn r - : ?e yar?: .The l?e Prosecution of that imnnr
great change in the tone of the wSltnrn 8 7. ! The dutyn by 8
. People ;not to speak; of sections oi the Union. I20 cents per groce; it is now 200 cents J specific duty of 6 1-4 cent 1 ,a course which PJtnaJJou:
Efficient means will, in all probability, be em- ;J0m .thls-lt aPPears, that.if there was no duty, which was raised, in 18:-4, to 7 1 12 J
nlnvftrlftn nrndiiPA riill J I tne price WOtild nnw h r. '' in IfiOfi o o a ! 1 ems, and
nA . L.,n i - Bread Tn ifiiR d.v a-, - j . liau mese articles wl be constant v
ttUU a jjuu aiwgcuicr. a special uonvention T v, tttyt was at per cuuuuuea cents ner snimr v "f rw. v J X r-,ru-
iwy be called fori the purpose of co-ooera cwt- S "ow 4 50. 'W was at 85 : rise of duties would h,ltVJ"l,K"d' thJf fcZZS Clemen,
miu oi acuon. "i
Among some of the leading principles, there
T , , "'""f o tne t;itv of Baltiu
. kjir . we are nn honn., :..
after a correct trial " ""iv -orra you that the result
nisat PAru w . . -
complaint, but sir ervr "'greeaute and irksome
reached, hV have
a few doses onil perlect cured . and some indeed by
O'NEAL, RICHMOND, h CO.
To Mr. Noah Ridgely, Baltimore. Midd,C,own' W- f
-tec 5 Nervous Cordial.
for all nervous affection.,. tniaiCinC
7v ,,,rs8' Hms m the L.ins, tc. i
tardea : t,
sprains, nGmbness, chilblains &c ' rbeumaI,SD'' U
Alr.NoabRidffely,Sir:-.Ihav;, . - L
tea witn rheumatic pains as to i. " srea,,y a"110
mv riht leir. thi, .IZaL? ose. entirely, the .use nf
shoulder. Svthe;,;:;rVr"a.eee ,t'endect to mv
a m nerfectl v r.,r.H e uolue 1 Purchased of vou: 1
Turn M:i . "VUUfl,
v rr.l)?,n:"".!D ":v,shineton Roid.
. vying- rstzrnirvc. no
ninm tw T-
jvzenges, a most
BAT 1 a . ' '
for the Itch.
Lrp SIZ-irrZ"?' all kinds of worms
iv " .1 wntment for
Warranted to cure bv on. v the lich"
or any perniciuVeSfenfs1. ?t,0n' freVfrm ?Car
rn7J!,.,F'0.rr ". " nse of My Peopl.. i sian Lo.iooo LS? LpUon.Thc P(r-
on soft and em.;i. " :vi M.rin
rise of duties would have been nnJ rJTSS
oft and smooth imZj .JaennS sk in delicately
Mf in ' was .oweed eenur
0 ..w uuHUWMflnUUi . , f , . : - ..f - tui,uririff ffooas. whirh K 4 . , sistan.. uunueaana zeaioui as. r. n.
nrisws. Kussia,inl81G. were at 70 rpnt place in En.UnS 9t iL, ; .".r50!1 laKe . . ! ;, r? e cr a ccrtei cut. f. '
w-ww wiiu b i ar. ii nTtriv m a : v uimMiiFa ti a -ivi'A.a - " v t im m .viiri v.
? Price of invention of labour-saving machbe rv M "e TOm. ""r- ""f Wof W
J. Ill I . n W . . - I " w wwj m mm. mm B fT T O -M -
. j jt v"u HAKCEtLOh immediaMvftidM r Am trni ,ju
. : . . ... . I v
A.consirlp.rnhl0 KprfnMn nC t . . " oiu, were at 7U cenLs. Piace m
2NanI. r":, "V: Vf , perlb. and American at 37 cents: iK.r5 nf inventio
- ffuishment ana as sPedy an estin-
4 The ConSmy.e' ?f ,he Pub: Debt.
Ban UtUUou th only guide about the
. 5 The Executive now., ., , ,
possible and' the reduced .as far as
made by the people, br thPi, r.sent t0 be Butte;
t uted Electors, and to Je takeVour?.70,?3"; cents- 8
R.-and the tenure & beco g-of price of
mon ones areas low as 20 tn o& . a '
rican are quoted at 15 to 35. Bristles, before!
l which ;
rate of the dutv 7 aaL Lo
i.n y. " proportion as w Uent emen : i.:. "7 -"'u "'"e
V!? ' n0..as "5 S8lne rt of eods !? . ,his 'Lipsalve.
tor removing and des-
roffued to Tuesday, th
., ... '
day. the T0 ?
mere ho den. t t V , " "6"V approved mnHiVIr. ij t,,
nil lues- tvt. : vunan.. at hia Strt. nn
inited to one term.
6 Appropriations to be definedfo the .
possible point of specification nil i.mSst
beyond that point to be arrested-4nd all!8
buses of money, trusts, &c, to be reformed.
7 None tut the verv highest annninrmn.
be conferred by the Executive Department, on
iuemoers :oi yongress, (tnus preserving the
wsavM ; v.uws jjumui mu as iew as
possible given to the, Conductors of the Press.)
8 Removals to be conducted on liberal prin
riples, &c, &c. 1-
May we not hripe that these cardiua! points
uu r otjui CXIl
amy, ana does not. even at thi A &n ;n Yk- ' . ..i " : W"UII7 w tne
jjuuer. rtrsi nnainv was n ifiic ooUhi. w i , . . o ""'uw min
nta. nrl nt "t " IT. V at .IT . ousmess, that the price atJthmnmTl?
' uc uu idiien sn orsat v ao i k j and - ? . xeiorm
l- i uuue, i f': ' "J eiusiag me supplies to a Ministry tht ;
which mti. n,-:rt. frndltoRiirrtrm ; " w,I1I5ry tnat is
Newbe, who hasVre'
dweended C CAUTION- Ne ... .
name to them Noah p: i feC"u,ne without the maker i
IT HunrfS. -?? -R :,d' ,ate Michael Lee & Col.)
" cure Performed by the above
could be given, did the limits of
. " ' wul i ti rr- in nroirant a . .
it is now 5 cents per pound. such eoods as chLl 'l """W " H- T"rJ.22,-"rt
Vandles. In 1818 the Drice of JfcW be M. , ... " ,-"e would e people ciiio. ,- ,, -
25 cent per lb.: it is now 10f nw7 are.
; a M mm t - i j wvttwu tri x Lg li. f n mt rr i ior in nm. tr . j -a inn .
II la nnw U In hA a" . . n was JWtreirt. . .."'"s "I your Deonle." " T
-- v, wc uu.v wss cenis perpi" prohibitory duty, ' "am." ' T
v rraa aik Mini. wriir mi urpn in i in r I'riTn rr m j -w
ries, we qW,he ZiZ
itcn mnpr irk:v. . . . f . . wo new action htB.n u. r .
cAeoer, , it .J'r7 BJ. HOUSE, on Crave.
fh.rw -! ( NT''m2?t.e,'giiIe in the place for bu
DHCP fSI 4rC4Cft tauuiC39 III
price aq V . I wic ""V-B we quote the followino- . ; 1 " lo swle w
in 1816 8nts; Ws now 24. The duty, fr0m a Scotch paper, which " .llef3,,of. Iw.newi
j. j as 1 Cents in that .1' National ft..." wc iouna IU tfie m Which Tictorv
uucea io ti cents v V eZVr J lc"l "utct;- 4 ireedom and iustico w-
at Vhi,h : . ?nts' bu m 1834 WES raised to ft. " March of JirA.- relative ri.iu We 8
. aow stanfo rfiL n "rr.'. neP are. at the nr.n
rnADr, : "ers ior sale ni?
OUSE, on Craven Street. The stand
siness. nri k ti,. r "IC Pce iori
all kinHTrX"b- ir0U8e 18 weI1 adapted to
toof:! OvensPand a
r.n i7. i.ierms W1 fce accommoda-
Tir . Known on application
LL nntn -a. sr. T T I .. : J i nr arm
now experimenu were wii" ".8efras . riii,"BiMiT. .n-..'lrW-f C.I
system, and then the tIP "4a7"'
ciion, b.,e, ,bV n , """"
rrnr . ug r,i . . : " ti auniir.Alinn.
w-. gainea on the side of persons indebted tn t', iZ"'
niiPRtPrl tn tv?, : " '"ci)
rawing system but it al
rfectore. ; r' occP' "he
lj I scarcely one i ou, d .TO-J-
, .he,.". UD-"n .u.m,. requested to make immedia Z "Z "
"""SATSIEDLEC, j V nu ... JOHN STREET.
" Ta th 0 c'" ! wdV, .' naebted to th firm ol
?J7fwmS?: --1''ai. early payment. 8
e roll,!, arm, obtained a considerable vlcto April 29, 1831. 3 ff
" w Mil All AAA v "
will please mak'-p