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NORTH CA66mNA teNTINEL, AND NEWBERN COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND LITiRY INTElXlGENCEK
WEDNESPAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1831.
We are extremely gratified by the timely and ! for the wrong and injury you hare done me. Your
Our readers will receive the present number of the
c-eiitinel a few days earlier in the week than usual.
Tb2 existing arrangement of the Mail seems to be
; r nanent, and as Wednesday and Friday offer equal
Jm;pp for the conveyance of our pferoer to distant
ftr litiesl wr tne convey aiu?
..writers, we have chosen the former, which shall
hereafter be our day of publication. ( The Spectator
ling issued on Friday, this change on our part will
' be an accommodation to those who read both papers ;
they will thereby have the latest Northern news twice
i week, instead of once. . .
' . 1 - .
We have but little to add to the information which
,',- already laid beiore our readers concerning
the burning ot the State House at Raleigh. Every
effort was made to save the building and its contents.
but withoul success. -The destruction of the Monu
ment whjcYi the gratitude of the people of North Caro
, j;nahad erected in horiour of the Benefactor of our
1 eountrvi is deeply regretted. 'It cannot be replaced;
there w-v.s but one Canova, andhe is no more. When
firostrai'us- burned the temple of Diana at Ephesus,
,e was prompted by a desire of having his name
transmitted to posterity. This wasJambition, a pas
scion which has made fools of wiser men than Erostra
tus; but; meager as this apology is, "we ha ye none
i uch to offer for the person who burned our Capitol,
and our beautiful statue of Washington. The curse
d' carelessness must have fallen on him at his birth,
uad remained unmitigated to the present hqur.
' London and Liverpool papers of the 17th and 18th
of May have been received at Philadelphia by the ship
Pioneer. These are a day later thin those brought
-L'y-.thc Pacific, but they contain little additional ne ws.
The report of Gens Dwernicki's surrender of the re
mainder of his troops to the Austrians, seems to be too
f me. If appears he had been engaged in a series of
conflicts with a greatly superior Russian force, and
had been driven within the Austrian lines. He had
no alternative but to place himself under Austrian
protection, or endeavour to cut his way through his for
midable pursuers, with his exhausted and diminished
forces. Of 18000'meh, less than 6000 remained when
he surrendered. We wait with mujch anxiety fur
ther accounts of the movements of Skrzynecki. The
.French papers stateihat the great powers are about
to negotiate on the affairs of Poland. Every week
the Parisians get a new plaything. " The great ques
tion is how, whether the Archbishop of Paris will con
nt to bestow upon the remains of the famous Abbe
( Jregoire, ,who died on the 5th ult. the rights of burial
:iVcordiner to the forms of the Catholic Church."
The Abbe was heterodox, and refused to "give the
sign" -as he. expired, and the Archbishop' refuses him
tht rites of sepulture. The Abbe was benevolent,
and consequently beloved, and the people insist on his
being -buried in the parish church, with the usual so
lemnities. M. Perier takes the side of the people, and
it is hard to tell-whether they or the obstinate Pre
late must yield. .
i eThe bustle which the elections in England neces
arilyfduced, is subsiding, and tranquillity is re
turning According to the accounts-received in Lon-
i don just before the Pioneer sailed, there had been 560
; members returned to Parliament, off whom were
I in favour of reform, and 216 opposed to it. Ireland
' is plilt suffering from the outrageous, proceedings of
hwlcsEP mcbs, incited, no doubt, by specious villains,
: who cover their propensity to misrule and bloodshed
j under the assumed .garb of patriotism. The day of
"emancipation from British domination cannot be very
dwtant; the people should know this, and spurn the
wretches who would lead them to crime and to ruin.
liberal assistance which pours upon the citizens of
Fayetteville from all quarters. Almost eTery paper
that we open contains cheering accounts of the active
spirit of benevolence which their misfortune has called
forth. What are the people of Washington City
about 1 We cannot suppose that they intend " to pass
on the other side of the way." Local feuds should
give place, for a season, to the claims of humanity.
The following eloquent address has been published
at Boston by the Committee of Collectors :
, " The Committee appointed at arheeting held at
Faneuil Hall on Friday last, for the purpose of adopt
ing measures for affoijding relief to the sufferers by the
fire at Fayetteville,' inform their fellow-citizens, that
they have appointed the committees specified in the
subjoined list, to receive subscriptions from all persons
residing within their respective districts, who may be
disposed to contribute toward this charitable object.
It must be quite unecessary for the committee to say
any thing to excite the sympathy of this community,
for the unfortunate sufferers on this occasion. The
result of all similar appeals has shown how universally
the obligation is recognized among us, of contributing,
each -according to his ability, to the relief of our fellow
citizens, however remotely they may be situated,
whenever it is apparent that they are suffering under
a uispensaiion oi rroviaence too severe in its enects,
and too extensive in the sphere of its visitation, to find
adequate relief, from the charity of those who are
nearer to the eeat-ot the calamity. Such the com
mittee believe is unciuestionablv the present case.
Fayetteville waa one of the largest towns in the
State of rorth Carolina, containing nearly three
thousand inhabitants. It was compactly built, con
taining a good proportion of large and commodious
nouses ana several handsome churches and other public
buildings. It has recentlv suffered some diminution
of its population from the decline of. its commercial
business, yet its inhabitants enjoyed a good degree
of prosperity and affluence. The surrounding coun
try, for a great distance, is very thinly peopled. The
nearest village is twenty miles and the nearest consi
derable town fifty miles distant from it. Thus situa
ted, this ill-fated town, the centre of population and
wealth, and the chief seat of civilization m a coun
try a hundred miles in extent, is suddenly swept out
oi existence by a frightful conflagration. 1 he inha-
t bitants who rose in the morning in the enjoyment of
comfort and affluence, who repaired to their respec
tive churches for the morning services in a state of
quiet and supposed security, were called before the
day closed, to see their dwellings in flames, their pro
perty destroyed, and their town a heap of ruins. In
stead of retiring at night to their beds, after the fa
tigues of this disastrous day, they found themselves
even without a refuge in the charity of neighbours,
for the houses which remained were far too few to
furnish them even a shelter.
"In the number of two thousand persons, thus cut
The zealots against Masonry are as extravagant in
their accusations and alarms, as were Titus dltes &,
hia confederates or dupes. If the Anti-Masonic ex
citement couldbe carried to a pitch, and diffused in an
extent commensurate with the denunciations put forth
vy Tiuiciitmiu-uiiiswitntJie Bpirit nd scope of
" ' -""fi una republic, called the
most intelligent and sober on earth, would exhibit a
scene of credulity and panic scarcely less wild and pre
posterous than the dramaof the Popish Plot ; we might
add, indeed, scarcely less sanguinary. Nat'l Gazette.
demand of satisfaction for iniury done to you. was
- i-. ' i
that the patriotic citizens of Q,uincy intend making
JiT? -2 a "aprettvnsiderablefussonthe approaching an
lar7, Doctor Randolph, intruded n;TL, ' sr.r An indndenrP. nnd that.
otlier " lots of first-rate fun." as Davie Crockett
answer must determine whether vou are so far en-
uuea to tne name and character of a gentleman as
to be able to act like one.
JOHN H. EATON.
Sam'l D. Ingham, Esq.
Washington, 20th June, 1831.
Sir. Your note of Saturday, purporting to be a
;mand of satisfaction for iniury done to vou. was v , .r 4ut4 !
received on that dav : comnaav rrevented mo fmm f ,x . K . ... rtl c . .
j f 1 j r
sending you an immediate answer. Yesterday mor-
i t .',i .lj l j imon
leiice. i peneciivunaersiana uie uari juu jaic .uauc i wnnij- TT v. A v , jt- n
tne American V"
Now, in the name of common sense, we im-
to play in the farce now acting before
1 T . . 1 1 1 a. 1 A.
u.A?.m f mt"?LYr.u: SSZ Pto M-r- Adams not to mount the" stilts and declaim
I" . . ' aci mccirrir lSl ebony andtapaz style. ! Let him speak a plain
Mini i . i iH.mra wnien vnnr rnnnir nil Mini riiiiiLuii in- i v i , . . . - : r
i Tl. "P11! explaimng, inter alia, Ins reasons lor
clubbing with the followers of Don Miguel, Richard
Rush, and Solomon Southwick, to hunt down, in this
land ot Labertv .and TT.
cliantable institution of whiVh
Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jeffersc?i, and a host of
uu;c iiiuaiiiuus men were members. C6ur.? Enq
and contempt wjiich your condition and conduct in
spire. Yours, Sir, Tespecttuiiy,
S. D, INGHAM.
John H. Eaton, Esq.
MR. EATON TO MR. INGHAM.
20th June, 1830.
Sir: Your note ol this morning is received. It
proves to me that you are quite brave enough to do a
mean action, but too great a coward to repair it
i our contempt l need not ; your pity 1 aespise
Letter of-Mr. CTConnell to the People of Ireland,
London, 23d April, 1831.
Beloved Countrymen The period is come when
is such contemptible fellows as vourself that have set you can prove to the world that you deserve lihertv
r- ,i . J . ., . . i , l TU i. i . I a.: . J.
ionn rumours oi tneir own creation, and taieen mem a we time is tome vj www uitit you appreciate and
as a ground of imputation against me. 11 that be merit tne blessings oi rational ireeaom.
good cause, then should you have pity of yourself; The enemies of Ireland; the old inveterate ene
foryour wife has not escaped them, and vou must mies of Ireland, have, -in their malignity and con-
know it. But no more: here our correspondence I tempt, prophesied that Ireland would be a scene of
closes. Nothing more will be received short of an confusion and riot at the now approaching elections,
acceptance of my demand of Saturday, and nothing They have called for military force, for violence, for
more be said by me until face to face we meet. . It blood. The miscreants! People of Ireland! I know
is-not in my nature to broojc your insults, nor will you well. You will falsify their prophesies. You
they be submitted to. r J. H. EATON. Csrill show the falsehood of these calumnies. You
S. D. Ingham, Esq - wu disaPPmt their sanguinary wishes. You will
? exercise what is left to you of your franchises with
We understand that the Rev. L. S. Ives, of New determination, but with firm tranquillity with devo-
York, whom the late Convention nominated to the .ion to. Ireland, but with peaceable demeanour with
c . r a. . , , n honesty, but in quietude, fearlessly, disinterestedly,
Episcopate of this State, has accepted the call, and ut inoffensively, and without turbulence,
will assume the duties of his charge as soon as the Our most gracious Monarch the most popular Kins'
ceremonies of his consecration shall have been per- that ever sat on the British throne, has wisely and
formed. I bravely determined that the representation of the
people shall be purmed that bribery, penury, and
A line of Stages, with four horses, to run three times corruption shall be terminated that the borough-
mongering faction, who have long been as an incu
bus on the people, shall be scattered for ever that
tlie people shall be heard in their own house of Par
liament, and that the peculating crew of jobbers, who
Friday the 17th inst. was observed by the Churches ""v,c 1 ,uuuy V1 T1 PT a T
. " . . J I nocketa. Rhnll hp r.rnfiffl nnnrlptrranpn tnr p.vpt.
in Fayetteville, as a day of Fasting, Humili Stiori and God bless the King ! God bfess him who designs
Prayer. to do good to Ireland to the people of Ireland. Let
us assist him and his manly and wise ministers let
tel, in the late distressing fire at Fayetteville: Wi
unvc iicoru ui uuuiuig iiKe it since the destruction ol
the Alexandrian Library. Came? en Journal.
As a specimen btthe obscureterms in which mcvWn
science is sometimes enveloped we extract the follow
ing from an account of a chemical lecture delivered in
England. " A mass Jluor spar must consist of
tetrakedra, with octoedral spaces, or else ofoctoe&ra
with tetrahedral, and that whatever be the form of
the particles, this theory of decrements will hold good j
cum bo ii, wmtnougn spnencai BJiaspicrmatu atoms
8PIRIT OF '76.
Philapelphia, July 5, 1770.
Yesterday ihe greatest question was decided
which was ever debated in America; and greater,
perhaps never was or will be decided among men. .
A resolution was passed without one dissenting colo
ny, "THAT THESE UNITED STATES ARE, AND OP rIgHT
OUGHT TO BE, FREE AND INDEPENDENT STATES."
" The day is passedThe 4th of July, 1776, will
be a memorable epocha in the history of America ;
I am apt to believe it wiU be celebrated by succeed-
ing generations, as the great Anniversary Festival.
It ought to be commemorated as the day op deliver
ance, by solemn acts cf devotion to Almighty God.
It ought to be solemnized with pomp, showsg-ames,
sports, guns, bells, bonjires vand illuminations
FROM ONE END OF THE CONTINENT TO THE OTHER,
from this time forward forever! You will think
i me transported witftenthusiasm ; but I am not Iamb
well aware of the toil, and -blood, and treasure that it1
will cost to maintain this declaration, and support and
defend these states; yet, through all the gloom,, I can
see the rays of light and glory I can see that the
end is worth more than all the means ; and that pos
terity will triumph, although you and I may rue,
which I hope we shall not. 1
I am, &c. JOHN ADAMS." I
a week between Raleigh and Petersburg, via Nasb
Court-House and Halifax, went into operation on the
n - 0 UMkku 111111 t-A-1.1 11 XK 111U111 V ll -. W W 1111A11UI.V1 i
off from the resources of nresent comfort and of future ; v .-vu. u. cu.. eVgry dlscord cease let violence and turbulence end
on irom me resources oi prebem comion, aim on uiuie t Gloucester Teleorrar)i writes ur nrirler rlate of 1.,: . . i -u. i ..xt. v . j
o o r
let every man be considered as an enemy wio will
subsistence, many must be reduced to a condition of 12th inst. that the wreck of a schooner was towed
exireme sunermg, unless reueveu uy uie liauuuMinto Sandv Rav on Saturday hnvinrr "RnmM nCl . w
charity, and the relief to be afforded them from this 1 5i iJ?Kl "L S9?tinue to b? Kty.of any one breach of the law.
rT hor ctom nrhi t h hod Knnn riomloH
source must be entirely dispropomoned to the urgency over a name commencing "C of New York,"
of the case unless it is prorflptly furnished from re- She is black, with white st7eak, has pitch pine masts,
mote places. Under these circumstances, tne citizens j k, hi mu
oi eoston nave taken measures to coiiect auu iu tcnu nf Mlf:ri nri,i tw hnio t q r V-" -j"hs
forward the aid which the benevolence of individuals her S in tl forew will put down all the enemies ol the King and tbb
may prompt them to contribute, and appointed us uttii I1 ffl the real rebeS against
We want redress the people want redress and re
lieflet them take' my advice I never gave them
advice but for their good let them assist mo to en
force the law let them stand by the King, and vve
thfir nrrmita frr tViA rvirfnrmnncp of this dutV. The
rr....-rp. soup, snoes, siiooks, occ. apparenuy ior west muie3 Thre ono-Tit in mv'hiitnwHffniPnt to ho Vmt
committee hope that no individual appointed on the 1;rQV' rp,Q Vr, aik; mere ought, m my humble 'judgment, to be but
:.. i , -11 i -1. I "l """1UA - luiivxiiuiuii iieuouauci, m niw nnnc n o n ont nn thrnnnhnnt rohnH nt th a on
committees lor receiving subscriptions wu wum bundles of Mav 7. 13. and 21. directed David Snence. 1": w" 3
from tho rlntv Hifrnpd him. as t s on v bv the aith- t i ... mu.' ' ' , t i I o f" " i 1 -1 i Pacjnng election. 11 is uus to return, iree oi ei
J .f,..-- , . jusnua x aomosoa aiiu jcim oiorrs: aiso a louniai i uu , u i r u
PVPrvinniVlduai. tnat i A i r i i i . "i . "nc "i uuuuic, cvciv man wnu lias uicu ivi liicic
great cnarter ot liberty, tne reiorm Dili, lviane no in
quiry beyond the one question s' The Reform Bill."
Whoever voted lor that ought to get the entire popu
ful discharge of these duties by every
QlVlUUdi, uirti k . hoarn1 of RrVir. PnlnmhiiB m 1S9Q nrhpn nt
the benevolence of the community can be efficiently thn ;clnnri nr mmihm finin Jpc sovoi
velopes of papers, reading "M. G , Nassau, 34
South ; Messrs. B." On Fndav, five men landed
exerted. It is hoped, also, that our citizens when
called on -for their contributions, while they bestow
their bounty according to their own estimate of their j
ability and obligation, will lighten the labours ot tne
collecting committees as far as possible, by relieving
them from the necessity of repeated calls.
For the Committee.
on Plum Island from a boat, which they ! stove to pie
ces. It may have been the crew of the above vessel.
Schr. Rapid, Fisher, cleared at New York 27th ult.
for Nassau, N. P. Boston Pat.
lar support whoever voted against, it, ought to be
loaded with the entire popular odium.
Let nobody deceive you, and say that I am aban
doning my principles of anti-Unionism. It is false
I am decidedlv of opinion that the repeal of the Union
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' NEWBERN, JUNE 29.
'Cotton, 7 a 7 ; Corn, $3; BaWi, 6 hams, 7fi
Lard, 8; Flour, $6; Tar, 75 cents; Turpentine, $1 10
a 1 20. V -
CHARLESTON, JUNE 21.
Cotton, Of a 9 ; Bacon, 7 a 58 ; Hams, 9 a
10; Lard, 10 a 11: Corn, 82 a 83; Rice, prime,
3 a 3f, inferior to good, 2 a 3; Tar, Wilmington,
1-J-; Turpentine, Wilmington, sofl, 2
NEW YORK, JUNE 2.2.
Cotton S a 10.
Com Southern 70 a l r,ent2.
Flour Rochester, $5 a $5 25. v
Turpentine $2 12.V.
Tai $1 25 a $ 1 31.
From Levy's New Orleans Commercial Report.
: ' ' June 4. ;
Cottox. For the first time this season has truly
become a dulli article, and afforded during the week
but few operations to notice. The only one of im
portance was a sale of 13U0 bales Tennessee and
Alabama at 7f- cents. ' i
j'LOun Continues very plenty, aid is at this time .
a heavy article at $4 per barrel which was the
ruling price of the week. We understand some hold
ers do not expect to get clear of what they have for
sale at over 5$4-; what it may be worth .next week,
is entirely uncertain; a few forced sales would be
much against any immediate improvement,
Sugar. The principal apparent business, doing
was in the shipping of former purchases; the article"
We wouldliketo be informed whether the Portraitof
our respected fellow-townsman, John Stanly, which venue laws of that island. Eo. Sentinel.
our Legislature placed in the Capitol a few years ago,
has been saved from the late conflagration. Will our
friends of the Register or the Star make the enquiry ?
is dull even of the best descriptions. The proportion
A schooner of this name formerly belonged to this is the only means by which Irish prosperity and Irish of interior quality is considered heavy, m every sense
port. About two years agshe was confiscated by ireeaom can be secured. 1 will shortly publish my uikuiu,(uhuiu iu ut.-,.
the Authorities of St. Barts, for a violation of the re- PlanTtor peal, which will l think, prove to the Alexandria, June zz.
pufic ui "K'rtnu, u.c wen as ui Hciauu, umi mo w..- flocr. i esteraay, tne lew loads receivea oy wa
jects I have in view will not Only secure content and nn were taken at 4 27 to 4 32. with the excention
Some of Mr. Clav's friends, f for instancfi. Mr. Rush.1 comfort to the people of Ireland, but place the con- ot one in barter at 4 50. A lot of stored Flourwas
J ' v ' - 7 I nexion hetwppn tho two rrmn'trien on a hasia of thp I i.i x ok j onn uui,
We find the following correspondence in the last Mr. Clay, are calling on him to come out against Ma
United States Telegraph. A cabinet in which exis- sonry,or to meet the consequences.
ted such elements of discord, afforded the President
nPTinn ht-vtroon tho timv cnnntrioa on a hnais ot fho I 11 . . cs j nrr II 1 . 1.1 1 j 1 T7":
nr denonnrinMasonrv and its sunnorters t anfl some "Til ". - ' "T SO at AO, ana . uuis. suia uy one ueaicr 111 ivi,iig.
0 -w , musipjneci security, aim aiso oi uie uunosi uxuuy to street to another at 4 33. Considerable Fotomac
01 tne -Anti-iviasonic presses wno are wining to Deinena England. tJut it is only in a relormeo. Parliament Fiour arrived but we did not learn that any ot it was
H3t The particular attention of our readers is in
vited to an article which we publish; to-day from the
Banner of the Constitution. It is a review of certain
remaxks made by'Mr. Clay on having recently been
presented by some manufacturers of! Pittsburg with a
ffw specimens of .their handicraft, vrz : a spade, hoe,
shovel, axe, and knife and fork. Mr. Raguet in his
good cause for dissolving it. We regret that his par
tiality for Mr. Eaton should have induced him to
overlook the consequences which the appointment of
that gentleman was calculated to produce.
MR. EATON TO MR. INGHAM.
Fripay Night, 17th June, 1831.
Sir: I have studied to disregard the abusive slan
ders which have arisen through so debased a source
as the columns of the U. S. Telegraph. I have' been
content to wait for the full developement of what he
had to say, and until persons of responsible character
Nomination for President. The Anti-Masonic
Convention which lately convened at Trenton, N. J.
has nominated Richard Rush for the Presidency, and
Samuel Southard for the Vice Presidency. This will
make trouble for the Nationals.
that this question can be properly, coolly, and dis- RnA AnA K11nnose the nrineinal nart of it will fro. into
j: j ? I ' ri r---r- r -- .rr: o" v.
Let us, then, rally in lavour of reiorm. Let us
rally for the reformers. Let us form in each county
a " Royal Reiorm Club, ' under the auspices ol the
revered name of our beloved sovereign, King Wil
liam the Fourth. Let the "Royal Reform Club"
j take speciaLcare that no reformer shall be disturbed
store. VV e were advised ot a purchase ol irom diA
to 400 barrels Potomac Flour, to arrive, at 4 10.
-Boston, June 20.
Grain The salos this week are at rather reduced
prices from last; about 2000 good North Carolina,
Corn have been sold at 65c: and some Maryland: at
Raleigh, June 23.
The Congregation and Pew-holders of the Presby
terian Church, with laudable public spirit, have ten
dered to the Governor the use of their Buildings forthe
temporary accommodation of the Legislature.
W e learn also, that the use ol the fcsession hlouse
in his re-election. Let the people take care that no P' a oec; iouu a uuj ousneis oouinem uats, aoc
man who voted against the Reform Bill shall be re- Per bushel, cash.
People of Ireland, listen to mv voice listen to the
I 1 V mJ
voice of an affectionate, a ae voted friend. The Tory
faction, which support Peel and his party, desire to
see Ireland involved in contusion and blood. I desire
FOURTH OF JULY.
The Committee appointed by the Newbern Grays
far the purpose of making preparations for celebrating
to see Ireland restored to peace, " prosperity, content, the approaching Fourth of July, announce to their
ova iwuuuwujc uuiiauiui P .1 t 1 l ti u 1 1 1 1 aim ireeaom. x wisn 10 see ner ueouie wen icu, wen
6hould be brought forth to endorse hi8 vile abuse of fj" SIZS LS . rry nd Ppemus." People of Ireland,
me and my family. In that paper of this evening it ?2m.!J:ni listen to me. Protestanta Catholics. Presbyterians.
- n ' 1 r . rm ,rw . KTXHII 111.- Ml II I 1. 1 IrT MlitZi I IrlN I tt.t.l I II 151.1 IHIIIII V nijlr. I tl.TZl . " 1
PAnfoinoH thp 1oI lowni cr rpmarlr nt mv xvitp it ia -: .
proven'that the Secretaries of the Treasury, and of
. t n 1 m v v m 1111 111 11 11. n .11 iir.v m Tr i ir-i i i. i ru Nf i i i u v -. a s . .
nsual masterly style, exposes the air-splitting. theo- aSociat with her- This pubheation appears in a hSdmSS
nes'-of -Mr. Clay, and with an unsparing hand, paper which .professes to be friendly to you, and is JameB N. MTherson, of Camden, and Michael Hoke,
exhibits the 'System' in its true character. brought forth under your immediate eye. I desire nfI;ncoin have obtained Countv Court Licences.-
Register "I Methodists, Dissenters Irishmen of every sect and
OUOU31U11, lIOLOll lli3.
to know ot you, whether or not you sanction or will
i disavow it The relation we have sustained towards
fihnj-a .u r-r-' :i:... rv disavow it. i ne reiauuu we nave susiaineu xowaras Heace among tne Indians. An Arkansas paper
" "Ouier prooioiiueutu iy Mrli nfHpr mitVinriKes me to demand an immediate. c,ooa Viot nn fho RtK Himn a noafinnnrtno r'KJal I T-rki-v, taraa on.-l fiihaa anrl Appcpo nnH cVini nlivp
MPps in our Southern towns, is sunnhed bv the pro- r,r j i r.i tIj: .:u51 iL i t u a u,' k xr; t
y r I . .
and treedom. 1 wish to see her people wen lea, well Fellow-Citizens the following" arrangements:
1st. The day will be ushered in with a Federal
Salute a feu de joie by the Newbern Grays and
ringing of the bells.
Hp.hn ri vnnr Kintr on r Kmcr onr revered ivinrr I 0.1 A 11 ; v. Dmnk..4nnn.rVr..v
' 1 r ri r i l . j L L. m. u Li1ul.iv. ill i iin - B ii:nuvi.riijiu Liiiuii. n
.T . 1 1 f l ' '
sianaing lorwaraio give consiuuuouai ireeuoru 10 iiis ,U tti 11 u j u .
. & . .. , thp. Ilprlarntmn nt I nilpiviTidonrn will Ka rpnrl hv
npinle To nut. down mononolizers and olicrarchs. "w
and all that base and peculating crew that feed and Epwabd Stanly, Esq. after which, an Oration will
fatten on the vitals of the poor, and are the real cau- be delivered b$ Charles Shepard, Esq Prayers by
sesot all the misery ot the people. 1 hat faction Ujie Rev jr Armstrong.
Action they afforded to the buildings that were adja
f ent to the Capitol It is generally believed in Raleigh
that the loss of private property would have been con
siderable but for the interposition of these cheap and
ethcientsafeguards. We have
S. D. Ingham, Esq.
J. H. EATON
answer, very respecuuny, and principal men ol three Indian tribes, viz. cjhero- the people. L.et us, men, stand ny tne, ivmg. iet
kees, Creeks and Osaffes, took place at Cantonment I us return to Parliament the King's 'friends the
Gibson, Arkansas, where they remained in Council King's party and the party of the people the Re
14 da vs. Dunn sr that period two treaties ol peace I formers.
and amity were entered into : one between the r How anxiously do I desire Ito have no other ques-
3d. At Meridian, a National Salute.
4th. At 3 P. M. Dinner at the Lodge.
5th. At Sun set, a Salute.
Gth! At half past 8, P. M., a display of Fire
Jhe necessity of having our streets and lots thickly
planted. "VVe can hardly have too many trees ; they
conduce'to health, beautify the town, shield our prop
erty from destruction, and the forest supplies them
without cost. J ' ;-
a ins is nut ia.iiijf ijuuitu. to ocxi. . ana amiiv were enierea mxo: one oeiween me now anxiously uu i uraireiiu uavc "uici 4u-i wDtra T1 m r;o. ua Cri rT?marl 5?treet
T i"a nmvpd that, the lamilies of the Secrelai w of c
I I 1L ACT W w- ' I VJlLfOIVO UliU VOlXtlVXH IA11U lUKy VLllCi U&LVILiVll bill A11 W I V1U11 LUW tJll II IV VAWU iiiK vivvviw pmw mb. ' f4
often endeavoured to the Treasurv. and of the Navy, and of the Attorney Wees and Osao-ea. The controversv hetween the two onlv one : Did vou vote for the Reform BU1 1 Lis- prepared under the direction of M. otevenson, oenr
'hbburs in this place, General, refused to associate with her." Ed. Tel. t firet named nations grew out of a robbery committed ten to no excuses no hypocritical pretencesrt-accept Esq. accompanied by the gentlemen ofthe Harmonic
by one of the parties, and was easily settled. The but one answer. Whoever says, I did vote for the
REPLY dispute between the latter originated in the murders Reform Bill, vote for him; whoever cannot say he
tut . lOil, T.,. iqoi I nrhiih nsirt hppn rnrnmittM hv hnth trvhPa nnrl was MPrt tnr it rpipr.t nirn wiTn ar.nrn nnrl mniflmMTinn.
VV AaHlXSUI WXM, lOUlVUUC. lOOl. I " vi v., . . v-wv. ---J ...... . I , , , , . . , Antr
more aimcuu oi aajusiment. Alter tne treaty was : feopie oi ireiana De tranquil De quiet rcease r J-
Society, who have volunteered their services.
Masters of vessels are requested to display their
The June number of the LadysBook has just come
t0 hand.s The publishers spare no cost to render this
'fk worthy of patronage, and we believe it is well
Sported. Some of the articles in the present num- .paper, about the first of April last, which is deemed
tor are rather more literary than those which the to be quite as friendly to you as the Telegraph may
Mffl-m, ' i r- i ,. i rp. tome. vvneu vou iia.
xiujio ucuau v i i j Lin. u.1111 ii rp i nPTPinro nprtpr pa . i . - .
1 nave not ueeu lu j. .npj however, thev shook ear.h otW mrdiallv hv from all loeal distnrbaneest I
note of last evening, whether it is tne puoucation . ' . , - . rpt fr:pnrtshin. J vnn: vm havfiUpn TP,PA
a i u ,rn tho r.r Btateri in tne i eie- " : . ' " . x." . r-
reierreu j.u uy 7 7 T Z- 1 Haleirtl IStar.
t? raph which you desire to know whether I sanction- e
ed or will disavow. If it be the first you demand, it is sir Walter Scott. The accounts we have had of
too absurd jto: merit an answer, it it be tne last, you m ofthig ,0 arehut too well
j o uniTip (fip.t in a Philadelphia
may mm huumuv - V"" , . . , , founded. The Tendon Court Journal of Ma 15. savT;:
advise you I implore
my advice as if it were
a command. Why, then, I command you to obey
the law to be quiet to desist from outrage to be
gin once again to hope for protection and freedom.,
Be guided by your -friends disappoint your ene-
V1 VWllIlVt 1U J VVAA mm. 11 iv CXIAV UOOAOb AAA W VUtCllA.
without bloodshed or crimej the Zon1 lost liberties of
M. W. JARVIS, 1
S. OLIVER, Jr. - T f Committee of
M. STEVENSON, Jh. ArrangemerUs.
JAS. HAY WARD,
W.'J. HANCOCK, J . .
-umiea to raise u m puouc estimation, We cannot
est ourselves 01 tne opinion, that both those who
write, and those who select for this Periodical, are
constantly under the influence of the title of the wort
nd are fearful that learned and philosophical pro-.
auctions would not be popular in the circlea for which
'.fac Lady's Book is designed, If such be their, feel
ings, we think they are out of date, and cannot prove
otherwise tha injurious to" the character of the work.
" 1 he engravings for this number are, as usual, highly
creditable so the artist ; but the design of the " orna-
It is with infinite concern that we announce in con
settled such accounts tradiction to the newspaper statements, that this dis
your particular irienas, it wm ucwuorawguiw uuguibuw wiiu auuuuau,. w Ul" land eo shall sweet neaee and rheerintr nlentv smile
demands of others. In the mean time, I take the in a very precarious state. He has had an attack of J1"? 60 snau P6 and cheering plenty smue
.aemanas 01 ouicis. 1U1' , , ,J r , ... ;.-, l - r x -iJi- . I over our rreen nla ma. anil w Ehall be able to exclaim
mr. ijocKiian leit town 1 . . " j j
wuii 1 rum,
(VPOCintl trk Cil 7 fnai VOU. lllUSL UC IIUI t i.uv I ucwul-u uuuuauu .
rJ 1 . r. tl .... . . . 1 . . ... 1 . ..
rantred to imagine that any blustering 01 yours could tor Abbotsiord at tne oeginning 01 tne weei, lmmedi-
induce me to disavow what an me muauiiauia m uuai atcijr uu uic icwjipvftiwi iiuiiiiiiai&ujr, wuuuuuig
City know and perhaps half the people of the United .the alarming intelligence of her illustrious parent's
So shall brighter days smile on our beloved native
PORT Or ITEWBEHII.
States believe to be true.
I am, rir, :rpect(uUy your,, &c.q mGHAM
John H. Eaton, Esq.
MR. EATON TO MR. INGHAM.
1 18th June 1831.
SfOTieS' .-W'appea. to us-to be rrffi-K
puenie and ill conceived. The face and figure of the brought before vnn n nnror imnndent and insolent
Person who kneels before the elevated cupid, in the is returned. To injury unprovoked, you are pleased
centre, are thnc r.rQ o itoaddmsult What is the remedy 1 It is to indulge
cn . the expectation that thontrh a man may be mean
uii: it-iT ni rna mv-Ytina inn m i.im o rtnriir 1 o rtrp i . a
of the tmnine. looss like a frfnrdv CafTre.
- f 0 r, j
"ui the exception of the face on theleR of the Harp,
xw rontispiece-is beautiful.
enough to slander, or base enough to encourage it,
he yet may have bravery sufficient to repair the
wrong, in tnat spmt 1 demand of you satisfaction
illness. The accounts have been rather more favora
ble within these few days." j ;
Erio, oh Erin! thy winter is past,
And the hope that lived through, it shall blossom at last
I am, beloved countrymen, vour ever faithful and
1. " . -r
oDement servant, DANIEL. O'CONiMiii-J-f
The SuhscrintioTi ihr the. Poles was ffoinff on with
. 1 n hA na-
Now. they teUusthatMrlCkyiswimngtomodify the 111 "5 of vfaU! lPraIwionnelof
tariffdown to what they term judicious tariff-. Then W and frPm a H.Pplement to the Canrtiwnoiu
they hold out the idea, that as Gen. Jackson must at 57 Ane amoum i
all events be turned out, they will tae! up any other francs. .
KiTfK0 If youwish to give consequence to jur inferiot
but the, Charleston Mercury rejects all euchoTertures answer their attacks. Michael Angelo, advised to
lor acoaiiuon between tne inenasot Messrs. Clav and nt thA in
Calhoun. Some movement is in the wind, on the part
of Mr. Clay's friends, but we suspect it will com tn
nothing. Mr. Calhoun's friends to the South will hsten
to no such propositions, and Mr. Calhoun has too much
sagacity to suffer himself to be named in oronosition to
j Gen Jackon.i?idTt0Hd Enauirer. 1
Hntr nnA nfme obscure upstart who was
ntKp.mrt Li,;-rnrarari tn notice by declaring himself his
of Mr. Clay's friends, but we suspect it will come to rival answered,' who contests with the base, loses all.'
n-renrifuL literary calamity. TJie whole bundle
I rr Mta. Roval's Southern Tour, intended for her.sub-
. r.. 1 . . , -w , . . 1 f
scribers m this town, was ourni u ine ur ayetipcor j
Schr. Perseverance, Scott, 4 days from N. York
Schr. Select, Concklin, 4 days front New York.
Schr. Rebecca, Pigott, 5 days from Philadelphia.
Schr. Mary, Gifford, Aleraiidria.
Sloop Translation, Jayne, 6 days from New York
Schr. James Monroe, Haskill, New York
Schr. Lion, Mumford, Charleston.
Schr. Baltimore, Howlahd, Baltimore.
Schr. Sarah, Ellis, Baltimore.
Sloop Sarah, Burt, Newport, R. I. L
DOCTOR JOSEPH MAIRS
irrrAVING resumed the Practice of Medicine m
illL this place, offers his professional.servic . to
Inhabitants of&ewbern and its vicinity. His fficB
adpns that of James W. Bryan, EneartheComt-
Wnise. -, .