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LIBERTY, THS CONSTI fUTION UMON
WKDXESDAV, AIRI' 18. 12-
the State, are the men whose interest will be most
promoted, and from them liberal subscriptions ought
to be expected. The extraordinary success whi ch
has already attended the Ohio and Baltimore Rail-
j road, ought, in a great degree, to give confidence to
! this work,, as that haa yielded, it is said, nearly Three
j Hundred Dollars a day net, over all expenses. Its
completion would raise the price of produce ; nearly or
quite, double that of land j.stay emigration and impart
new life arJ spirit to the whole State. We give this
week, another number of Clinton.
The Spring Term 6f the Superior Court of Law
(or th4?ounty, Judge .Martin presiding, commenced
on Monday, wneh a very iuminous. charge horn the
Bc'uch, was addressed! to the Grand Jury. We do
not learn that any case of a criminal nature vill - be
before tbe Court; but it is .understood that much unfinished-business
remains oh the civil docket, the dis
position of which, will probably occupy; the entire
period allotted. to the Tierm. The office of Clerk, ren
dered vacant by the dejath of the late incumbent, has
:en conferred on Edsjid Stanly, Esq. j
Tha packet sliipCaledonia, Capt. Graham, has ar
rived at New York, bringing London papers of the
Lnjth February and Liverpool to the 1st of March.
'i hey are almost entirely destitute 6T interest. The
;;Tairs of TLJclgium and Holland, remained in static
(..,;. The Reform Bdl was still " wending its weary
w'iy'"?, through the House of Commons ; and the chol-e.-1
was daily decreasing. Grand total ol cases 6400.
Van IJuren's reply tqthe addr
yle and temper of Mr.
'ply tOgthe address of hisifellow citi-
:n of New York. His enemies will doubtless find
:ui;lt with both ; and;his forbearance, under circum-f-uJicoK
of great provocation, will be to them, new
i roof of his depravity and want of principle. Tha
pu-t'Oii of the letter which refers to the President,'
...maot ftil to excite their unqualified disapprobation-
W; have "placed on pur first page, a communica
;:H:iuiiica we find in the Bannerol" the Constitution,
ryej t!i - signature of" Sulpicius," in regard to the
i. iturti of the Govern rn'qnt of the United States. It
-as been contended by Mr. Webster, and the advo
cates of his policy, that this Government was formed
i.v the People, and not by the States of tlte Union,
it'iil that it is a consolidated compact, instead of a
- r.feiieracy of Sovereign'. States. The former is the
i-'Vtrine nought to be e&tablihed by the ;fiiends of a
N'lu'i ! and strong govern ment ycleped, federalism ;
::e latter, is-the position. assume J by, the republicans
;' the country,. From a perusal of the article to
..:i:.h we have lv.ferred. it will' ho sneii. that, we five
.a ;i I'niiin of SoiWf ''"! Slates, forming one Con
'ylrrutc Republic : that these States have entered
';toa feagnevand ibrmeda Constitution far its govern
.viit, an.! th a't all powers not 'expressly delegated?
. re n served . to the States respectively, or to the
Nov,, in a government thus constituted'
We are indited to the politeness of F. S. Blocnt,
Esq. formerly of this place, for a Mobile price cur
rent, of March 31, from which, it appears, that there
was then m port, teven ships, one barque, seventeen
brigs and seven schooners, exclusive of New Orleans
packets, coasters and lighters. The Cotton received
this season, had amounted toai 04,3 13 bales. The emi
gration now pouringinto Alabama, cannot fail to ren
der her one. ol the first of the South Western States.
The New York Canal 1& the Report of the
Committee on Rail Roads and Canals, of the Legis
lature of New York, we find the following statement
in regard to the Erie Canal. The amount of thedebt
is $7,001,000 redeemable in 1837 and 1845. The
amount of the revenue for the last year, over and
above interest and ail expenses, $1,200,000 and the
committee state that the whole debt will not only be
paid by 1837, " but that a large surplus will remain
in the treasury' Thus it is that this great state is
advancing in wealth and power. Were a proposition
to be made to construct in our State, a work invol
ving one half the expense at which this canal was
made, it would almost throw our citizens into an
ague. When will our supineness be overcome ?
When Khali we equal in enterprise the young States
of the West? '
Honor to the Memory of Jefferson. The Free
Trade Party in Charleston, celebrated on the 12th,
the anniversary of Jefferson's Birthday. Nostatesman
ought to stand higher in affections of all true
Americans, than the illustrious Author of the Decla
ration of American Independence. The fact that he
has recently been discovered to be tl;e author of the
Kentucky Re solutions," in which the doctrine of Nul
lification is avowed, is perhaps the cause of the rene w--ed
ardor with which his memory is cherished in South
jiinirtht; powers of Congress, states that, "the duties
t'ail W uniform throughout the United States," we
t;y, whe.ii Congress thus presumes, by its legislation,
r - tiike the hard earnings of Southern; labor, and
ptcc them in the pockets of Northern Manufacturers;
sm ! when these name States, thus! imposed on, year
u'U-r year, implore Congress to desist fo;n its oppres
sion, an 1 their appeals are "treated with contempt
aid scorn ivhat. course ought States thus situated,
n pursue ? For ourselves, we have confidence in the
returning good sense and patriotism of our brethren
of the Union, and believe, that we hadbetter yet bear
.u r:vr4igrf, than' rud: to ;i evils that we know not of."
But the advocates of nullification, have the high
'auction oft he illustrious name of J effUks0n, a name
Tpvrr dear to Republicans, for contending!" that nulli-
ixiuwn is the right lul remedy." Yes ! t!ie mantle of
Teui-ion is. thrown around this doctrine, as much
unJ as olten as the maledictions of heaven have been
avoked on its def nders. We sincerely! hope, how
'""'or. that the time will, never, arrive whlett recourse
v;ll he had to a remedy fraught with fearful conse-
A calumny refuted. An attempt has been recent
ly made to blast Mr. Van Buren's character, by fix
ing on him the crime of having betrayed the confi
dence of his early friend and patron, Gen'l. P. Van
Ness, in v hose office lie was at the time a student at
law. It appears that in 1803, shortly afler the strug
gle between Mr. Jefferson and Aaron Burr, in the
House f Representatives, a pamphlet was published
over the signature" of ' Aristhies,' said to have been
written with great ability, in which very serious
charges were made against De Witt Clinton, Am
brose Spencer and General Armstrong. Mr.'Spenccr,
the present Chief Justice of the f'tatc of . New York,
called on the publisher of the pamphlet, and deman
ded the name of the writer, which being refused, he
commenced an action for a libel on flic printer. It
is stated that Mr. Van Buren then waited on Judge
!o its nowers are clearlv defined, and all not ex-
vsly granted, are reserved, phould Congress pre
iiuero to regulate the revenues of the gover innent,
: iihbrd immen-'c bounties to one section, and to
nppr.t tsively on the other, when the very first
of the 8th Article of the Constitution, in dc- I Spencer, and betrayed the confidence of General Van
Ness, by avowing that he was the author of the libel
lous pamphlet, and produced the original manuscript
from his pocket, which betrayal of confidence, Judge
Spencer repelled with indignation, by refusing to
avail himself of evidence obtained from a source "so
perfidious and corrupt" We here insert a paragraph
from the Rockbridge Intelligencer, as a sample of the
violence with which the reputation of Mr. Van Buren
has been assailed.
of our little village are bedeckmgthenlves in all tie
ncn livery orSpnng. We fear the fruit Iiaa been en
tirely destroyed, as the trees were co axed, some time
since, to put out all their blossoms, and while revelling
in the warm sun shine,
"Hope's golden harvest promising,"
Winter, in all mV chilliness, came over them and de
stroyed both their beauty and our hopes. The New
Yoi: editor, may announce to his fair readers. that
ojjjiij wuu iici wrty uiiuicr ana win soon cheer
them, as she has the fair daughters of Carolina.
It is with pleasure we. learn from the public Treasu
er, Win. S. Mhoon, Esq. who has just, returned from
a visit to the North, that there is a probability
that Geh. Joseph GJS?ieift, now in the service of the
Engineer Department of the United States, wilj
undertake the surveying of the routes for the Central
and the Cape Fear and Yadkin Rail Roads. Mr.
Mhoon is in daily expectation of a letter from Gen.
S. from which we shall learn his final determi
nation on this subject. The employment of a gen
tleman of Gen. Swift's known eminence and ability
in his profession, will be hailed with sincere satisfac
tion by every friend of these important works of in
ternal improvement. It will inspire confidence and
in every respect conduce to their success.
It is reported that the U. S. Frigate Constellation,
now ready for sea at Norfolk, is to proceed on a voy
age of observation to the Azores, Maderia and Lis
bon; arid thence to her station in the Mediteranean.
It is further stated, that Commodore Patterson, at
present a member of the Board of Navy Commission
ers, will proceed in the Frigate United States, in the
course of the next month, to take command of the
Mediteranean Squadron ; that he will be followed
in the course of the summer by the Delaware 74, Capt.
Ballard, which is to be the flag ship.
The new Catholic Church of St. John, in Thir
teenth street, Philadelphia, was thronged yesterday,
for the purpose of witnessing the ceremony of its con
secration. An able and truly eloquent sermon was
delivered on the occasion, by the Reven'd. D
Power, of New York, and a collection taken with a
view of obtaining funds for the completion of the
edifice. It is one which greatly addi-ps our city, &
reflects great credit upon its architect, whom we un
derstand to be Mr. Rodrigue. Every thing about it
is beautiful, and though its inferiority of size prevents
it from producing as imposing an effect as the Cathe
dral in Baltimore, yet for elegance and propriety
of design and execution, it may safely challenge a
comparison with that orany other church intheCoun
try. The concourse in it yesterday consisted in great
part of ladies and gentlemen of other religious denom
inationfithan the Catholic', and the spectacle altogeth
er was one uncommonly brilliant. Nat. GazP
OIJjVr-ai -K 130, Broadway, N. York,
fTJlHE "Ever ana all Lucky Sylvester" con
JLL tmues weekly to dispose of most of the
capital Favours of Fortune in the New York
Lotteries; and his success this year has hither
to been unprecedented. He begs to call the
attention of his friends and the public at larire
I to the brilliant schemes which are drawircvery
T Wednesday in the city of New York. The
following are the next Lotteries to be drawn,
Wednesday 25th April,
Class, No. 12. 12,500 3,000 &c. &c. &e.
Wednesday 2d May,
Class, No. 13.
A Real Mammoth and a favorite
Capitals 840,000, .$10,000, 86,000, fcc.
10oflQ00, 10of800,.10of000, 10 of 500,
&c. fcc. &c.
Tickets only $10 and the Lowest Pn 812!!!
This is the sort of scheme that the Patrons
of Sylvester like, and well they may, as he
has invariably been the happy vender of the
highest, prizes. He has a large apartment of
tickets, and early application is necessary as
they are likely to be scarce long before the'day
of drawing. 7
Wednesday 9th May,
Class, No. 143 ol 810,000 &,c. &c. fcc. ;
Tickets, 85 This Is another of Sylvesters pe
culiar favprit's and is generally called
From his always selling the 810,000 Prizes.
3 Orders by letter always meet the same
attention as personal application, when addres
sed to s. J. SYLVESTER, 130 -Broadway New
N. B. The Reporter is now enlarged to the
imperial size it contains the latest foreign and
domestic news much interesting original and
seJected readingmatter, its counterfeit lists have
saved thousands of dollars to his subscribers,
and Patrons it is given gratis to those who
deal with Sylvester.
What an interesting evidence of toleration in mat
ters of Religion, under our institutions, is afforded by
the following statement of the number of Congrega
tions of different denominations in the City of New
York, which Ave find in late papers !
The whole number of churches in the city of N.
York is one hundred and twenty, viz: Presbyterian,
24 ; Episcopal ion, 23; Methodist, i?;Baptit, 14;Diach
Reformed. 14; Roman Catholic, 5; Friends, 4 - Jews,
3; Lutheran, 2; Indcpendant, 2; Universal ist, 2;
Unitarian, 2; Morvian, 1; Mariner's, I; New Jerusa
lem, 1; German Reformed, 1; Christian 1; Miscellar
On Sunday afternoon, in the Baptist Church, by
the Rev. John Armstrong, JAMES HAY WARD
Esq. to Miss MARY JANE, daughter of Captain
In Haddonfield, (IV. J.) on the 13th ult. by the Rev
James Montgomery, Mr. OLIVER W. LUND
merchant of this place, to Miss SARAH ANN
daughter of John Con ahd, Esq. formerly ol Philadelphia.
On Saturday, ihe 7th inst. aged 76 years, Mr.
JOSEPH HUTCHINSON, a native of the county
of Cumberland, England.
On Wednesday last, aged 30 years, Mr. CHERRY
" The firatactof Van Buren which brought him into WHITEHEAD.
notice, was an act of dishonor. He betrayed the confi- ;
dence ol trie late Juoge Wm. T. P. Van Ness of
New York, in whose office he was a student. He
played the paltry part of an informer, a tale-bearer.
to the political enemies of the Judge, and he found his '
account in so doing. From that day to the present !
time, Ins great success has been in estranging friend
from friend, ruining the one and ingratiatinglumself
with the other."
Now these charges, Chief Justice Spencer, who, it
seems, is opposed politically to Mr. Van Buren, comes
out anddenies in the following positive manner:
" Mr. Van Buren never did betray or disclose to
unices.. Uur emvalric brothers of the ; South, will, me, directly or indirectly, the fact that the late Jud
vc trout, avoita course that would ieonard the Union j Wm. P. Van Ness was the author or writer of the pam-
pnieioei tue signature oi vnsuaes. .Any suggestion
that he violated, in the least degree, the confidence
On Friday morning, in the 19th year of his agej
Mr. JOSEPH T. SIMPSON, only son of Samuel
On Saturday, in the. 9th year of her age, EMMA,
daughter of Mr. James Riggb.
PORT Or NEWBERU.
"! the States. It cannot be long before bur wrongs
"f'" ; an-jswno can tell to what an envia
ble btate of greatness and of glory, our country may
attain, if we remain united. How much good has
-V influence of our example already bestowed upon
iaaruind ; and by persevering uninterruptedly in our
course, may we not aid still further to give freedom
Q unborn millions in the old wOrld ? Considerations
s'icli as these, should influence our conduct, and forbid
: reLrt to measures which might destroy not only our
crvn fair government, but the hopes of Europe.
Georgia. We recommend to the attention of that
very small portion of ofir citizens, who are desirous
of making war upon Georgia, ft he article on our first
Page, .signed "Henry of It appears extraor.
nary. that the Chief Justice of the United States.
ho once held that it was ridiculous! to think of
bringing a Sovereign State to the Bar of the Su
preme Court, should have so far forgotten his former
"pressed sentiments, as to contend thai his Court
'J say to a State, thus far shalt thou go, and no
:ther. :Much clearer views 'of the powers of the
'-'ate and General Governments, were entertained
Portly afer the adoption of the Constitution, than at
T"irocw j. . ' 1 1 r
in appear 10 prevail ; ana a irequent recurrence
nrst principles, cannot fail to be instructive on occa-
xn like the present. The force of this remark will bei
upon a perusal of the articles to which w
' ave directed the attention of our readers,
tK Central Bail Road. From the mountains to
e sea, a is every where said that this impoitantunder-
whicf URln l comrnencec, 5 the bvely interest
lc i appears to be taken in the subject, gives us
- . uUI ciuzens will come forward in good earn-
of Judge Van Ness, as to the authorship of that most
iiDeiious puDiication, as lar as my knowledge ex
tends, is entirely unfounded." .
It is eaid that the committee of the House of Repre
sentatives, at present engaged in examining the affairs
of the United States Bank, have madcBome discoveries
of a character very disgraceful to the Institution and to
conductors of Newspapers, who have been bought up,
&c. We know that presses heretofore opposed to the
Bank, are now its advocates ; and it is possible that
their friendship has been purchased but it is not pro
bable that evidence of this is within the reach of the
Committee. Their Report to Congress, may be ex
pected in a few days.
Quarantine haa been established at Norfolk, upon
all vessels arriving from England, the Baltic or Ger
The commissioners of a gold mining company in
this State, have opened books in Philadelphia for
subscriptions to the capital stock. Engines for clear
ing water from the mines as they grow deeper, are
to be bought. The stock is $100,000 in shares of
100; operations to com raence when 35,000 is sub
The Editor of the New York Mercantile Adverti
ser, rather querulously asks, where is the Spring f
Be not in despair, she is travelling Northward,
; Leaving her robe on the trees,
And her breath on the gaie."
and your beautiful denizettes will yet have an op
portunity to display their pretty dresses, and their
' ani not h u , . 7 r ..,uure uoiwrry anamrouffhBioadwav.
;? P their hand, to the work. Thejarmcrs of j The last few days have been delightful, and the grove
Schr. Select, Wheeler,
Schr. Cygnet, Lee,
Schr. Aim Maria, Osgood,
Schr. Philadelphia, Casey,
Schr. Henrietta, Duglasa,
Schr. Philadelphia, Casey,
BEAUFORT, April 11th.
Arrived, Schooner Francis Withers, Rumly, 12
days from St. Thomas, with Coffee, to Isaiah Severn
Passenger, Col. Oliver Wolcott. Left at St. Thomas
brig Rachael Ann, McKown,to sail on the 15th of
April lor Ponce. The brig Margaret, from Baflo.
arrived at St. Thomas on the 28th Marcfi left the
schooner La Plata, for Pence, in 3 days.
April 13th, Arrived, Schooner Pedee, Tolson, from
Charleston with rice, and the Schooner Julius Pringlc,
Duncan, from Philadelphia, in ballast. One of the
crew of the Schr. Pedee, states, they saw, about 15
or 20 miles to the South of Svvansborouorh, the Sloop
Traffic, of Ocracoke, sunk even with the water's edge,
her mast gone they were on her quarter deck.
LOTTERY INFORMATION ! ! !
SYLVESTER'S OFFICE, )
No. 33, Markci-strect, Baltimore.
tC Letters receive the same attention as on personal
J. SYLVESTER respectfully invites the
kj? attention of his friends and patrons in
Newnern and the adjoining counties, to the
following list -of Lotteries that are soon to be
MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY,
Class No. 3, for 1832 to be drawn inrBaltimore
on Saturday the 28th April, 1832.
Sixty Number Lottery Nine drawn ballots.
Yates & McIntyrk, Managers.
C. S. PM3ASANTS- Dentist.
fjnENDERS his acknowledgments for the en
Ll couragement he has received since his ar
rival in N ewbern, and wishes to inform the public
that he intends staving here but for avery short
time; he therefore hopes that all those wishing
i . n li i l ;v i
ills services Will call on mm as aouu as puaaiuje
Gangreene removed, and the decaying-teeth
rendered artificially sound by stopping with
gold, foil, &c. Teeth extracted ivhen neces
sary, with safety, and old fangs, stumps or
roots, remaining' in the sockets, causing ulcers,
gumbiles, alveolar accesses and consequently
in many cases, reducing the health, removed
He has lately received from New York it
further supply of beautiful artificial ttlltt
natural Teeth, Gold, &c His charge
are reasonable. He can bo found at the
Ladies waited on at their residences, if tV
cjuesled. NcwSero, April 18th 1832.
f"N Pursi ice of the terms of a Deed pi
Trust, executed unto the subscribers, by
Alfred Stanly, to secure the payment of a debt
to the Bank of -Newborn, will bo sold, at the
Court-House in Newbern, on the 27th day of
UPWARDS OF TWENTY SLAVES,
of unusually good quality and character. The
terms of sale will be for approved notes with
security, negotiable at the Bank of Newbern,
payable at ninety days, and drawing interest
from the date. The purchasers will be permit
ted by the Bank to renew their notes every
ninety days, so long as the renewal notes shall
be approved of by the Directors, on paying
regularly on each renewal one tenth of the
original sum, until the debt is brought lpwn.
to $100. , r-
JOHN W. GUION,
JOHN CO ART.
Newbern, April 16th, 1832.
1 prize of 812,000 is
102 . 20
13,395 prizes amount to
Tickets only $ 4 shares in proportion 20
ckets in each Package.
Tickets $ 10, and no Prize less than 8 12.
New York Consolidated Lottery,
Class No. 13, for 1832, to be drawnin the City
of New York, on Wednesday 2d May, 1832. "
66 No. Lottery 10 Drawn Ballots.
WILL BE SOLD, on Saturday the 28th
instant, at the Store of the late Cherry
Whitehead, in Newbern, all the GROCERIES,
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNI
TURE, a CENTRE-BOARD Schooner, and
various other articles belonging to the estate of
said deceased. A credit of six months will be
given, and the terms made known at the sale,
which will commence at 11 o'clock A. M.
JOSEPH PHYSIOC, Special AdmW.
April 17, 1832.
Ttco Sets Stage Harness,
FIRST quality, Philadelphia made, for sale
by JOHN TEMPLETON.
April 18th, 1832.
WILL be paid for a young Negro Man
Inquire at the Office of the Sentinel.
Newbern. 18th April, 1832.
1 Prize of 840,000
10 v 500
18040 Prizes amounting to
Ticket 810-haIf 85-quarter 82 50,eighth $1 25.
tJT Certificates of Packages of 22 tickets in
this Lottery containing all the numbers (from
1 to 66 inclusive) and entitling the holders, to
all they may draw over the small prizes of 812
and 824. may be had at the following rates:
A Certificate for 22 whole tickets 8118
do. 22 half ' do. 59
do. 22 quarter do. 29 50
do. 22 eighth do. 14 75.
Tickets and Shares and Packages, in the a
bove Lotteries, may be had in the greatest va
riety of numbers, at SYLVESTR'S Ofiiccs.
Orders from the country by mail, or by
private hand, will receive the most prompt at
tention , and the " Bulletin" containing the
official account of the drawing of each, will be
forwarded immediately on its event.
S. J. SYLVESTER,
Baltimore, April 10r 1632.
Important Intelligence. -CH
To lay Friends and Patrons,
hi accordance with the laws of the State o'f
New-York, our Lotteries will soon cease, and
in a very short time the chances for obtaining
a "comfortable" will pass away. In the course,
of a few months' pat the Fickle Goddess has
been unusually lavish with her favours to the
patrons of the Court of Fortune, and a great
many have "touched the leaders" and posses
sed themselves of the Splendid Capital Prizes?
Was it not an invariable practice with me to
pay strict attena n to secresy in the Lottery
department of my business, I could furnish the
names of many of the favoured ones since I had
the pletnture of selling the Capital of 820,000 to
two Southern gentlemen. Over ONE MIL
LION of DOLLARS have been scattered lo
various parts of the World from my establish
ments within the past two years; and I intent!
to keep open doors at the Palace of Fortune,-'
thus rendering the Road to Wealth easy of ac
cess to all who are disposed to partake of jhe .
The following truly handsome Lotteries wijl
be drawn in the course of a few weeks.
N. York Consolidated Lottery.
Class, No. 13, for 1832,
To be drawn the 2d of May, 1832,
Yates 6r Urintyre, Managers.
60Number Lottery 10 drawn Ballot..
1 of 840,000
1 - - - - 10,000 -
I - - - - 6,000 -
I - - - - 4,104 -
1 - - - 3,000 -
I - - - - 2,000 -
10 - - - - 1,000 -
10 - - - - 800 -
10 - - - - GOO -
10 - - - - 500 -
10 - - - - 400 -
20 - - - - 200 -
44 - - - - 150 -
56 - - - - 100 -
50 - - - - 70 -
56 - - - - 60 -
56 - - - - 50 -
112 - - - - 40 -
2,184 - - - - 24 -
15,400 - - - - 12 -
18,040 prizes, amounting 8366,05
Tickets 8 10, Shares in proportion
New York Consolidated Lottery.
Vlass, No, 14, for 1832,
To be drawn Wednesday, May 9, 1832
Yates $ M'Intyre Managers.
60 Number Lottery 9 drawn Ballolf.'.
1 of 10,000
1 - . - 10,000
1 - - - 10,000
1 - - - 4,270
5 - - - 1,000
!0 - - - 500
10 - - - - 300
20 - - - - 500
35. - - - - 100
51 - - - - 50
51 - - - - 40
51 - - - - 30
51 - - - - 25-
102 - - - - 20
1,530 .... 10
11,475 - - - - 5
13,395 prizes, amount to . 8136,880
Tickets 85 S hares in, proportion,
t&Yot the Capitals in any of the above
first-rate Lotteries, please be particular to ad
dress all orders, by mail or otherwise, directed
to ANTHONY H. SCHUYLER, New-York-who
has the privilege of referring to the first
houses in the United States, and among them
the Managers, Messrs. Yates fiz M'Jntvrr.