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NORTh! CAROLINA SENTINEL AND. NEWBERN COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND LITERARY
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Caricatures have lately become fashionable, j statements coming through the medium of the I TYITBIR'IfcN' PRICES CURRENT
wo have observed in some DaDers verv arioro- Jackson. The editor of the Courier knew, or! t i corrected every Thursday,
has been too often refuted, in ihifc journal, to
need anv further exDOsure of its utter destitu-
tirin nf' farts, to shtmortit. Itlis the stOTV ofJ
xue lin e up yr auu .we uue, au . g rr " 4 inAilAU fKU t i Ur.h. that thi tetmi.t iUwin contained mmwo
'"hirtnf nnv nnp tirhn rnrilnv it as an arffUtoeiifc, piBvu """ V4 6.-r.-, " - , DUiifni
.partoianyonwnoempiojsuasu , e , j; ft . w , rAna fn ULas destitute of truth ' The conclusion is nAicnT.RS.
oiihariilnhl nair a n SPRK IUf MIC ut ' J:"" w - -wV.w .w. . w... j
rTnnAwWlnrafter it has! been ving that a second (draft ia about to be made inevitable, that .it was dictated by his igno-
animal XrintrAnm frti- tlio orlifirntinTil ranee, or bvhis intention tn misrepresent. In
1 11 r'r,'J I v v aie.vm v i v i ' j : i x m
batory, notices of the rats which not long since ought to have known, before he published the 1 nwogwAY,
Jen !in price
twelve, vizi: pig-copper,
ntinff nnlv the following of otm annthpr's nans, and sDillinff, in their ignorance we are, therefore, led to fbrmanj
.Annor rtninm HpnVpr lf ins. I scrnmWo nno.Vi alfthpirfnnd. instead of each one nestimate of his motive less creditable to his
hoop-iron under leather, pine scantling woo- honestly confining himself to the mess lawful- character as a man of candor and honesty. We
' virV rflllnw ncrfi. Hordnafir hTandv. W nlappd hpfnrp him. Indeed we know of no have' seldom witnessed amore gross misstate-
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tortoise shell, English whiting, and claret bot- subject which is better aaapieu io can iufiu. .iueoiui iacis in any newspaper
lies. ThfsJ list included every commodity I the genius and wit of the caricaturist, than the the least degree of respectability, or regard to
M.kiv. r. nnnt iindiAtTrnrUa r irrpnt "Mnnlrpv SvRtftm" or system ot " Mutual reputation. We inlOTHi tne courier inai no
! : F, '.- i i " a- ! ii. i .' It. TLJi Irnavarv anH ohanrHitv nf vnfo nf thonlra in I?ati. W Snin Cfton. Wtlfill lie
irrtm irnicn wp mnnp nn .ino rnmnaraiivp einip. fTnipriinn. iiic jt w uuou un , vi muiiuu w n - -
ment. and cohseauentlv embraced articles it are so "shockingly human," that we doubt retired to private life, was ever passed by Con-
CORN, bbL quantity,
CORN MEAL, bushel,
CORDAGE, cwt. -nOTTON.
poTTnN BAGGING- Hemp, yd.
FLAX, lb. - - -FLOUR,
-j . Baltimore, ao.
-Bar, American, lb.
Russia & Swedes, do.
LEATHER, Sole, lb.
Dressed Neats ao.
nvhiiih xvpta siihipt tn Kiffn 1m4i'p fn InwMii. nnt that manv an advocate of it will be ashamed ffress, while William 15. tnles, Andrew JacK- ttjmBER. Flooring, 11 inch, M.
tics, and to no duties at all, and affordexl evi- of his humanity when he sees, from a picture, son and Edward Livingston, or either of them, , Inchboards, - do.
.i vn.4 i,f iif hp and his leiiow-scramhiers are mere were memoers oi mat ooav. uu me riuicu. ocu.hu.ihk, - m
ucutc.-Hjiiui nu HUUC31 in a ii uuuiu icici, ma vhup , i , t t- jl e rn:.Vv- J,-,
our high duties were not the cause of Uie de- bungling imuaiors oi me moneys nj -- " ShfnCvnrekdo.
chne'in price. I , i;nange. 10. "c . "" nr"!! Stavis, w. ahhd. do.
As to the last charge, of false prediction, a . . . aeiuuWreu.WF..v. Do. red oak, do. do.
! : " -. w w . ,i N i I A M l. H i i ' A nVSTKM. VP WPTP V 1 Kl 1 1 1 1 U 111 Ml l rt oncwoi WAS firaWTl 11TI WITn a IMHSlCr I . , j
. - w r 1 iiio t v-i " r- - in tit - t-ri no.
this country a large, well band, which was attributed to isher Ames, at Wpnino- hhd. do.
buildinff, a few weeks since, that time the master spirit of the administra-1 t0; bbl. do.
owned and occupied by a widpw and her two tion party in Congress, and which, among MOLASSES, gallon,
pose of "endeavoring to prevent, frauds on the lurnishea and carpeted througnout, save ine wise, farm, and patriotic, ana expressed a wish
revenue. We published, not long since, the kitchen, and, in style of coloring, in neatness that it might be a guide to successive adminis-
rsA'Ain f iPPiimr -at 1 Providence.' !at of pattern, surpassing much and vieing with trations. Amendment after amendment was
xvmil,1 1, ft-nifM aft,,r f trirpU and immo- tarmmg-house in
rality, and depravity," we think it disproved finished two story
bv the larire assemblage of a Convention,
for. the pur- daughters. Within doors the house was well-1 other things, pronounced the administration 1 NAILS, Cut, all sizes above 4d. lb
most of the imported. In the manufacture of offered to do awav. or change the offensive
11; iiii'i i i i 11 ii w Miiiini irn ill di w. mil u m t-r uMLi w a i - - -
inrir tr a rrrpnt PYtpnt were now carried on : 1 this article, the spinning, coloring, and weaving, phrases. It was moved to, strike out "your
a if iMiUnn ;;,p,flml irnmATalitv. and was perfofmed bv the lady and her daughters; wise, prudent and patriotic administration,
tlenravitv we know not what may so be called, and they themselves were neatly attired in dress and substitute, " your wisdom, prudence, and
Tn rro-ard to the morals of the people employ- of their own fabric and make. . There were patriotism," but no improvement
r -a - . .f :.: ,u.
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cd in lactones a prophecy of iniurious results eleven oeas spreaa ana maue up in uie nuuse, maae; me majority were couuuem m men
i Imrdlv be oronbunced to have failed at iso and four with their share ot bedding suspended strength, and adhered with a tenacity wortny
Urlv Anv as thp hrpspnt TIip Svstpm has in the garret. We will not trust our veracity a better cause, nut the enlightened states-
. . , i . i v f:. i UiT onnmcrntinrr flio rvrlirl Ar.p." in p.lntlip.s mpn anA inrtn and inflp.vihlp natriotfi.. William
nni vpi riaii i.ittir in watk. nnn. pvpn 11 11. is. uiiuiuviuhiii; v - """"i t 7.
the'imrnoralitv to which it has ffiven rise is not press, and other receptacles. But the whole B. Giles, Andrew Jackson, and Edward Liv-
iffi.4 n.ito,v. .1. i,n'.-nriji nf ko annpftraTw.p. ni me rooms, aim me comiui i ui inp-sion dciiiit uouobcu iu some ui me muoii
ui mai, sun umui 1 tatiics me auvjwicukvi hic i ri ; , ,1 a c;. .. .
ntiMip W htrp nPuprtl1(-lpcC Kppn tnld tVmt. the house, were in union wiui tne neatness ana prominent measures oi me aaminisirauon,
!nr'a villaorp in thp npi orhhhiirhnnd n f this rltv. taste of the carpeting. All was domestic, and such as the U. S. Bank, the British lreaty,
.A -nni mal'o ttntr enmnrnmisp With
wnere a number oi manuiactures are cameo "ttU ucc ovi-uiupwiK-u viV --v. i TUUU u. i
4d. and 3d.
NAVAL STORES, Tar, bbl.
Turpentine, do. (
Spirits Turpentine, gall.
Varnish, - do.
OIL, Sperm. - - do.
Whale & Porpoise, , do.
Linseed, 1 - - do.
PAINTS, Red Lead, lb.
White Lead, ground m oil, cwt. 10
. , Beef,
on,1 nocturnal revellings and tavern dances are
"not unfrequent, such as certainly would hot
take place if n the young "people there employ
ed were 'scattered through the country upon
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' the larms from winch they have been with
drawn; to? tbel great inconvenience and injury
nq( the families' who are thus deprived of their
labor. That the factories do.'- not afford the
wicle." relief which was riromised by the friends
of the fcystem, improved, from the fact, o often
repeated by Mr. Matthew Carey, that there
are in. tJie'Northern cities many thousands of
w,omen who are destitute of employment,
j Blit we entirely deny the possibility of aiiy
unproved Condition of the laboring people, as
Vi'h of which is to diminish the total mass of
products. It is impossible thatra people can fare
fo well under laws which .prohibit thcim from
buying cheap clothing and cheap groceries,
as they wojild; were there no such laws. And,
L,lL i . . a .1 ; , ncL
ing from the want of articles of necessity, by
insisting that there shall be fewer of them than
tliere" otherwise would be, is jut as absurd as
it would be for a physician to attempt to. cure
the debility brought on by a copious effusion
of blood by a further! resort to thej lancet. This
is common sense. Any man that wishes to see
j t, can fee it.and we are of late very much in-
r lined to the opinion that there aTenn our com
munity more, knaves than fools. t
fo conclude: Mr. Clay thinks "It is in vain
that the, opponents of the System seek! by sub-
rue ana ingenious solutions, 10 account ior me
gratifying fact; the fact" itself! falsifies their
preaiciions, any it is worm a tnousana Hair
splitting theories." Now this quotation shows
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that Mr. Clay has never read any of the argu
ments of the opponents of his System, for
they certainly advance no hair-splitting theo
ries. Where is the hair-splitting when we say
that if there is no duty on sugar it would be
three cents per pound cheaper than it is? -if
there was none upon iron it would bet 837 per
ting tariff or antitariff principles, they under- their consciences, and even at the hazard of
stood as little as the inhabitants of the moon their popularity, voted against the address.
their achievements had been directed by taste, They were willing to go as iar as any others
and accomplished by in dustry. This we call in the expression of their confidence in the
the genuine American System, the speculations wisdom and virtues of the President; but they
of Mr. Clay to the contrary notwithstanding.
'' From; a St Louis Paper.
Extract of a letter from Nathaniel Macon, Esq. to j
the Hon. Thomas a. Memon. datea March! . icwi.
"Your Speech on the United States' Bank
The Quebec Mercury informs us, that a few
proves that you understand the subject too well days ago, one of the Steam-boafs (St. Lawrence)
to need opinions trom any one. rerhaps in leit tne wharl so overloaded with passengers
one point a little more explanation might have
been necessary for some readers, to-wit, the
importation merchant adds the amount of dis
counts, with the duties, to the first price ol
goods, and, in fact, the port charges ; so that
the bank discount, like duties and other char
ges, are increased every sale. T-he owners of
banks, and public fnnds, have written much in
the lastHhlrty-five years to convince, satisfy,
or gull the people of the United States and of
Great Britain, that paper is money, in fact bep?
ter than money. For those who issue the bank
notes it is so, because they live only by issu
ing them, and so it is to those' who hold the
funds : they lend the paper notes of the bank,
which carry no interest, and receive the obliga
tions of the government, (and of individuals,)
which do carry interest; hence they constantly !
play into each other s hand. The people who
pajr the taxes to these paper jobbers, have not
been convinced, satisfied, or gulled, because
every day's experience convinced them that
they, instead oi gaining, were losing by ,it.
David Hume's Essays upon the subject are val
On Saturday the Ninth of July next
WILL BE SOLD, - '
At the late residence of Thomas Fclshire, deceased
Four Neffroee, viz: THREE MEN and a WOMAN - ?
belonging to tne estate oi saia deceased.
A credit ofsix months will be given, the Durchac
giving notes. witfrapproved eecuriry. r.:
June 17, 1831. I
VALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE.
On Saturday the 6th of August next,
IVHiTj BE SOLD,
ON THE PREMISES, . Vpk
That very valuable Plantation JaUL
TTN the Couhty of Jones, formerly the property of
Durant Hatch, Esqj This Plantation is situated
about 16 or 17 miles from Newbern, and is in a high
state of improvement, having on it a large and com
fortable D welling House, & all necessary Out Houses.
Theentire quantity of Land in one body, exceeds two
thousand acres, and nearly seven hundred acres of it
are cleared and under lence. The payment will be
required in three equal annual instalments, the . pur
chaser giving notes with approved security, interest
j payable trom the hrstsoi January next The public
are assured mat tnesaie win De maae witnout reserve.
JOHN M. ROBERTS, Cashier.
June 17th, 1831. ts . . .
I FORT MACON1, T
June 13, 1831. )
FTTIHE inconvenience arising from the backward
XL ness of the owners of slaves, employed at Fort
Macon, in applying regularly for the payment of
their wages as they become due monthly, makes it
necessary to give notice, that the slaves whose own
ers do not hereatter apply tor a settlement oi their wa
ges, by the 10th of the month following that r which
they are due, will be discharged, unless it shall be
known satisiactomy mat tne lanure was unavoiaaDie. r
J. L. SMITH,
Capt. Corps of Engr$.
ALL persons holding Muskets belonging to the
State, ( except Volunteer Companies) are request-
ed to returm them, forthwith, to the Town Sergeant
or tome Jailor. "
JAMES CARNEY, Clk. Com'rs.
Newbern, 24th June, 1831. '
Navy Department 15th June 1831.
All persons in the Naval service entitled to
rations, who shall voluntarily relinquish the
use of that part of them composed of Spirits,
shall be paid therefor . at the rate of six
cents per ration, it being the estimated
value of that part, as approved by this Depart-
menti beptember 17th, 1817. I he payments
made in pursuaence of this regul tion, are to be
charged to the appropriation for. provisions.
To Commanders of Navy Yards, Stations, and
INSPECTION OF WOOD.
THE subscriber havingbeen appointed INSPEC
TOR OF WOOD, for the Town of Newbern,
gives notice that the provisions of the following Act
of the General Assembly, and of the accompanying
extract from an Ordinance of the Commissioners of the
Town, will be enforced from and after the first of July
Newbern, June 14, 1831. V
Be it enacted by the GeneralA-ssembly of the State
of North Carolina, and it is hereby enacted by the j
authority of the same, That all fire-wood sold in the
towns established within this State by the legislative
authority, shall be sold by the cord and no otherwise ;
and that each cord shall contain eight feet in length,
four feet in height, and four feet in breadth, and shall
be corded by the carter or seller, under the penalty of
ivTAn4t JV .1. iT" A. 1 : J
repeatea lor tne tmra ume, ana tne resuu jmounting to more a Million of Dollars, against the owner or seller, before a single magistrate
was the same, it be?mg two hours each time WOUTHV vnTTrFt by a warrant, which penalty shall be to the use of
before the cotton took fire.- iy Jtt IHi UJf JNUTICE! the informer. ' J
Another Mammoth Lottery will be drawn in this r -.7- - jT . .
Comets doubtless answer some wisa and good pur- city, on Wednesday, July 13thCapitals $60,000, 1 irbJ ruin Yranceoje ommisston-
noo ; 4U,uuu, JU,uuu, etc. Jfcc. 30 io. lotterv. 6 drawn v' 0 wvc' UJ
v,"",VWJ ' Ali L.n.i.. in m- iA -r i - " i
were not willing to express-the same confi
dence in f the mien, who at that time composed
his administration. These are the simple facts
about which the Courier makes such a parade.
SALT, Turks Island, bushel,
Liverpool, fine, do.
SHOT, cwt. .
SPIRITS, Brandy, French, gall.
Apple Brandy, do.
Peach do. do.
Rum, Jamaica, do.
Do. windward Isl'd do.
, Do. New England, do.
Gin, Holland, do.
Do. American,, do.
STEEL, German, - lb.
English, blistered, do.
that she had. proceeded only a short distance
when it was found that the water was entering
the windows' and port holes ; fortunately she
was enabled to regain the wharf before any
serious accident took place. But had the state
of the boat not been observed, till it had pas
sed the Richelieu, or had she been caught in
Lake St. Peter, or indeed in any part of the
river in a moderate swell, an enormous loss
of human lives must have been the consequence.
Important Experiment. In cleaning the
cabin of the ship Birmingham at New-York on
Saturday last, some cotton was used, which
became partly saturated with linseed oil, and
after a while it took fire. It was then deter
mined to try an experiment. A small quanti
of cotton was partially dipped in linseed oil,
and was placed in the shade, which became $30,000, 25,000, 20,000, 15,000,
ignited in two hours. The experiment was 10.000 Art Am
fj . . ... . . . . .-.w-wv, -mr-jw vmrv
PALACE OF FORTUNE,
220 Broadway, Marble Building,
Under the New American Museum, New York.
Where have been sold and paid
. . - 1 . . . ... I tvwo In tl"io crontinn en sin vnmtn
"Wry loan the Hank can make, especially " T 4 7, V -I ballots-12 Tickets in a Package-Packaffea are " Great frauds having been hitherto practised on the
to a State, lor.a longer time.than the limitation wiuiFicut:uuiB,ucauiuui,uuAuuit,. mC warranted to draw half back, and stand a.chance for inhabitants in the measurement of fire-wood: hi
of the charter, adds to the chance of renewing men. Comets shine with peculiar splendor, but at all the brilliant Capitals!! A deduction of 5 per cent, ordained That in future an Inspector of Wood shall
the charter. night appear more brilliant : so do women. Comets will be made to those who purchase Packages of me be appointed by the Commissioners, to hold his office
"The present charter may not be renewed, confound the most learned, when they attempt to as- images of Wholes will cost $540: da of Halves, during their pleasure. And it shall be the duty of
because the shares are owned, and manv of
S120: do? of Cluarters, $60 : do. of Eighths, $30. the said Inspector, to see- all wood brought to town by
a 1 r . 'i . c-7 , , ' . 1 . t t . . o
r. ... . ! i v - j 1 1 -n iviv ineiioB in me uounirv will mease senn their nr- waier lorsaie. weu etowert nnd cnrriP!rinnarrriinfTtfi
ton cheaper than it is ; -that il there were none vyjvreign. aim a new oanK win give w thereTorfe, are closely analogous ; but the na- defs in time, as tickets wilf be as in-law. andtohaWml tn tWK
. ffl W?Tk 6SI ijTf cnce ; ture ofeach being inscrutible, all that remains for us Mammoth Lottery. Tickets $20: Halves $10: Quar- small crooked sticks on the top. And" if any sticks
scuffle, for them, some to hold them, others to 3 , - f? . ters 5. Eighths 2 50. shall he 1 ihan fnr G lnn ti, vi1 k.up
to ao, is to view wiui auiiiirauuii uie one, aiiuaimueti " , 1 aaj aKu uui."
aoiuc cms uumorciimiuiuiej ana snau oe loneitea ana
nnnn r.otton and woollen crhods thev would he to all who want
l ' - -, T " O J
30 to 50 per centum cheaper than thev aret
Tt is n hafr-snlil liner thp.rirv whirhd pities thpse speculate on them. If wo member of the whole
government rnnld he hpnefittn1 nrWt tn to adoration love the other.--3f irror
1HVI) II LAICAL UOdVl V3 OUU I 1 U . J lllltli IJv w I O " J-1' " "
these- lacts bo disproved, and theft Mr. Ulay otsueuneu oy 11, mere migni De a prooaDiiity 01 Mrs HEMANS. As the literary public gener
may talk of theories. A system must be a fee- tne system (lying, rnmleges once granted are qHt and many of our readers, especially the fairer
blc one,l that can only be supported by postu- hard to be put down. 1 portion of them, feel an interest in the life of Jthis
Jatcs by bare assertion, without proofs. " A person cannot bind the labor ofhis chil- gifted woman, the following particulars respecting
Such a system is Mr. Clay's Systems and, dren after they are of lawful age, to pay debts her, will probably be acceptable
whatever bay be his opinion on the subject, contracted by such persons; yet governments P00 on ne iyinoi pru, irora wmcn ponsne was
ccn its best oma people loreyer to pay their dhts. Ulvery i:CF V :r cZ LZ:. I r.j. ' j
we feel quite assured that it has seen its besti bind people forever to pay their debts. Every
- J , 1 I 1 . . . t CllUbtJIl
J . 1 iqiTT T II O T rrf lTre -.l. I at n nml alV A I
y . .1 - f r '""f" w hcl iai" Pc" 10 travel, the many attentions
11, I ' I 4T j.r. -m tr. m-Wtf AX MIA : 1 A I '
M . . ' - . . I. .. ' ug""- "!c lJ1"lclPe ui equality anu ireeuum. her extengivecorre8po:
! -..-.. A. lL J " J I ml ' f -, m -m
uons, ainongsi iuaiiy, outers, wereauopiea : lorever. me time tor which such laws may
. Resolved, That no principles of politicnl economy be limited, does not alter the case. The peo
nre worthy an Amerfcan statesman, but such as ap- plet)f the United States have the rierht to alter
propriate the energies four own soil, and reward the the constitution, (though it be now dead,)":but
Rril.tK7i.Hit1. T.nTTnuiPfl norf tn 7iz 7Yin
T . , .. . - i . sold for the benefit of the town; for which service, he,
I give early notice that my patrons may have time the ea.A Tnarvw chQu r0;,r0 u 7 .,.
to send their orders. rate of sixpence per cord. And if any seller of wood
July 6, Class 7 $15,000 Tickets $5. shall refuse 6r neglect to comply with the lawful di-
Do. 13, Extra 18, the Mammoth mentioned above, rections of the said Inspector, he shall forfeit nnA nav
. T-a. 1 n .'nnnnn m- i . 1 ' rj
She was in Liver- V EjXim LV 3-su,uuu 1 lcxets o. tne sum ol ten shillings tor every oflence."
uv. 4 i , HiXtra 4Aj w,UUU 98 1U.UUU. 1. .
Tickets $10lowest Prize $12. WAR DEPARTMENT, )
chosen the latter city for her future residence. Recent . Orders for Tickets in any of the New York Lotte- - Washington JVnn 17 icon C
sntions forced upon her time by ries, by mail or otherwise, will receive prompt and 1 r j n . r ' Tn ' , .
I confidential attention. Whn nna nn:-i,. I VnSXOTl una JZOUniV JLjana Itfi&lll.flt'im .
At .a meeting oXtlie National Kepubhcans, Laws which cannol be repealed, acknowledge ted publications of Europe, and the demands of iulti- are ordered, the postage need not be paid. Those rmHEmanY imPositions which are attempted
leld at Albany, June 3d, the following Resolu- that one generation may bind their descendants vated society, had rendered the state of her health who prefer it, to save postage, will have a certificate J-L in relation to Pension and Bounty Land
rtam. io one hasrnore correct notions ot 01 numoers sent oy mail, and the original Tickets Claims, has caused the Department of War to
life and character, than Mrs. Hemans. wdl be sealed up and held subject to the owner's dis- establish a regulation, which declare that no
DJ.: S2 nmai Thia nlan 41iaw..1, n. j 1 . . ' uccidres lliaisliu
j. nu,. uu&. 1 1 uiuii uiuuHn ttcucxtiuv aaoDieu dv mv o4nift will 1 .
miotnniore iB a -f " " "l"u,v'u "" ui,mc, ueinvento ann 11 cations
. u rr-"
raintnmpra le nnl Jnns
v uvxtivi 10 tiiii 1 m. lv I ii ii m-M v irura nrnura 1 r r
T vt, I r. rn, j t I t-. ' . j-v"0 "'vw irom nprsnns urhn ant aa A a 1 .1
in)iVfrr nf mir riven ritirpns-mul that TTpnrv f!hv T i. T v- 7 mujci u me prupagauua ai xvomei uanK notes current m anv oartof the UniW States. . r . - wo Agcuw, unless iney are
' LniK?,5 cannot aer the bank laws, as some say, with- have made a donation of 10,000 to the Right Rev. or the Canadas. will KEKE? . f5 known at the Department; or are vouched forss
i-'-iQVinlt KloVtnrk nf TVotit "VmXt r-rvrr.AA I , H ' t J, . . 1 . I MnnntiUA... 1 ...
.by his early and undeving supportofme-A out Ug consent
ivstein. nas secureu to muiseu inc iiuuerisiiauicuru-i ..mi m , . ..
--r- - - t a " l lie oalt L ax lias in al I countries been ve
Z. -rwV.n Wm h;rtr Un. rv oppressive to those not rich.' .for the reason of the sum has already been received
struct Internal Improvements for the promotion of the you state, that the poor use, by ihe head, more
general welfare. ; TQ-denyithisps to sever the main than the rich, and salt is as important to stock TOP 3 a IS A1 (9 (0) O 3S.
aria,!.,, ryPiUn finnitiifihn imnoirilelonormoB in rrnr oo W !c n nn7x T rl, . -1.- I VV ! Mi Hi HI WW M UI Ml W V V MM
yi linj vvuoumuuuj w.ua jwjwgivw u .iu.., ucj it is, iu jjisVjfSLG. rn.ll llIC mile Jl lilt? iUUltUCCCO
and prostrate them in peace. j ' a part of the Jews wouldiot join them, because
To the first half of the first of the above reso- the Great King permitted them to take salt from
lutibns, we have no objections. Nothing can the pits free of duty ; and when Gustaviis, (Ibe-
uc more clear tnan mat no man ls.enuueu to De neve ne was namea ixustavtis,) ireea tne
Dr. DuboisrCJatholic Bishop of New York, towards Tickets. Many of my customers are particular to respectable persons by a
. the establishment of a CoUege m his diocess. Most remit U. States notes, this, (although very accepta- Notice of this retulati
uic, is uut necessary.
considered as a statesman, who advocates any Swedes from the Danish yoke, a part of the na-
otner principles than those which teach the most tion would not ioin him, because the King of
advantageous mode of applying the land and la- Denmark let them take salt for their fish free of
bor of the country. Those principles are the duty."
i" vix-ree ' li-ad. and. conseauentlv. tne
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3CUU Ol the rnlt;kn a o omr ftff
The resolution, as it stands, is just as silly as it
f Lr..M3Lijr,i. I in i inrA i m . - .
7-, HUlUaTc n KvnnH ava hottor
I ban one, and . is thereto advantasreous for
uie cuumrjr mai mere Snouldb
A Question. When Gen. Washington retired to
private life, Congress passed resolutions giving thanks
to this great man. ! Only three men were found in
Congress at that day, that voted against these resolu
tions. One of these three is nowdead, and we do not
wish to disturb his ashes. The grave should cover
e a short crop of I the foibles of all men. But there are two men now
Has just received per Schooner Susan Mary from
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OE
And a few Pieces
Q,UEEN ADELAIDE STRIPES,
A beautiful Article for Dresses.
Ageneral assortment of ALadies1 Morocco $ Prunella
Which he will sell low for Cash.
Newbern, ,10th June.
alive, whose names are on thejournals of Congress, TDURSUANT to an Order of Craven County
ANTHONY H. SCHUYLER,
j ; New York.
Post-Office Newbern, June, 1831.
The Northern Mail arrives on Sunday, Wednes
day and Friday at 10 P: M. and closes on Monday
at9P. M.and on Wednesday and Friday at 1 1 P. M.
The Raleigh Mail arrives on Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 P.M. and closes on Sunday,
Tuesday and Thursday at 10 P. M.
The Wilmington Mail arrives on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday at9 P. M. andcloseson Monday,
w eonesaay and Friday at lOj- P. M. -
The FayetteviUe Mail arrives on Saturday at 6
P. M. and closes on Saturday at 9 P. M.
The Beaufort Mail arrives on Monday and Friday
some one who is known.
atlOn is herehv tri vin ; and
that all may be informed thereof, it is requested
that publishers of the Laws of the United States,
in the respective States, will insert the same on
the front page of their respective papers, for
three months. I
By order of the Secretary of War.
J. L. EDWARDS, ,
First Clerk Pension CiKre.
First Clerk Bounty Land Office.
W NORTH CAROLINA,
Craven County. .
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions.
(May Term, A, I. 1831.
Isaac W. Hughes, V
IT appearing to the Court, that the Defendant i
not an in)iaKi'wv a- loi.u r. . ra
V r- w.uiwui ui uus ouiie ii is, inert vi
Monday and Friday at9 P. M. Xmere(h That . pubUcation be ! made in the North
iern Mail mnct Ko om S01 Senttnei. six weks, that said Dejen-
In. regard to the second rejolution, any man denying the poor pittance of a vote of thanks to Gen. H7 Court, May Term, 1831, 1 shall attend my at 7 P.M. and closes on
who possesses a thimhlelfnll nf 3 KurJLu. iVa 0t tia t tht0 1 Store on the Old flnnntv Wharf thp
that, according to the notions off SJSSSi 1 riri days in JliC ters for the Northern MaUnmstbe irltheOffi. SDS
Kepublicani of Albany, Congress possese We have asked this question, without expecting an Te Property A Townof Newbern. The on Monday by 8f R M. and by KiP.M. on Wed- K he forven uX atCourt
timitedpowers; for, if Congress can cona4uct answerfmmmosem whomit isaddres there kst 5 reqnmsd to hegenin under oath, accor- nesday and Friday,-.for the Raleigh MaiL bv 99- H in Newbern on the second Mondav of August
roads,bridges, and canals, whereveritmavthinkl18.1 why pur readers should not be gratified ;law. AU Slaves between the agesof twelve p. M.--forthe Wilminffton Mail livllttP m r nexti and replevy or plead to issue, or JudementlnaJ
-thezenerllwelfare" requires thematmusttW .eaiourvefrom the record W10. iY" ih FliL.1? will be entered up ainst him. I erJudemcn
..innUtiU nrtnn ti,. a arc AnDrew Jackson anu iSDWARn JjIving- i 'w .Awtoy me owner oi lanus permitung r"ree we-1 r "v"ca.uiuri iuaus,Dy of r. M.onl Attest. i JO STAtvtv riprl-
CTiueniwiaiiue power w raise inei ways anaiSTONUH : - 1 ffroes to reside thereon is linHIo tho toT T 1 the nicrhte nf
' 1 - ' : - 1 . 1 . .
lnoano tnr rna nnrnnsp. Tniiei a ien pnet anrt nr i
want nothing, for the establishment of a Gov-1 Courier ?e
cruuituv ui uuiiiuiicu. uuh cis, mure luan me I in lipnpva
power of Unlimited taxation. Ib. f Iderree of
American System" newspaper aity prescribed by law.
a B 1 . .
iiaye ouoten ii to snow i e io17Tti cs watitt nn
crit which nought to be given to I Newbern, 17th June, 1831. '
"e f ost-vffice is open every
oay ) irora b AM. to 7 P. M. and
Newbern, June 10, 1831. 8 et
day (except Sun NEW YORK CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY.
wmin t i -; ; io.
the nights of the arrival of the Northern Mafl On r tTW? T drawn ? I5t& st. The
3mfe-n;fc nm ' "fneni Man. un I followmg are the drawn numbers:
feunday night, the Office is open from to 11 o'clock. ' 13 14 -26 ! 21 31