CO X ST I T U T I ON U X JON. VT
PRID4V. PGRRUARV 1. 1833.
Circus aiul Theatre. The amusements of the
Circus closed on Tuesday. Last night, the Company
ve a rich 'treat to a highly respect tble and crowded
Alienee in the Theatre, where they will again per
form tins evening, which will be their last exhibition
for the season, in this place. The entertainments,
ae announced in the bills, are unusually attractive.
In addition tojhe popular pieces prepared for the
occ asion, the admired howe Washington will appear
cti-uV stag and sustain a very interesting character.
Th- performances of this sagacious animal havr
elicited geNcral admiration and attracted large audi
ences in a I! the .o:thern cities.
From South Carolina. A great meeting of the
Stale Rigiits and Free Trade Party, attended by
SJJO'jr more of the citizens, was held inpharleslon
on tin- 2ld ult. The proceedings are contained in
the Charleston papers, where they occupy several
cola nns. Having uo room for th.-m in to days Sen
till ji, ve :Qj-it cjtuki i our uotice, of them to the toi
Charles C. Pinckney, Lieut. Governor, presiJrd.
Th' meeting was first addressed by Judge Colcock,
y;ho concluded by offering for adoption i preamble
anil twenty long Resolutions, in which the grounds
aisumeu by the President in his Proclamation are
strongly -. enounced as historically untrue, reproach
ful to the memories of the immortal spirits who framed
the Declaration of IiUepeni-nce, and formed the
Confederacy of 1776 liis doctrines as leading inevi
tably to Consolidated Government, without limitation
uf pov -t.s, and the power claimed and threatened to
be exercised by him, as calculated to excite tlieir as
loaisluneiu no less tlian their indignation they Re
vive uiat the whole State Rights and Free Trade
party in Charleston will volunteered masse to the Gov
ernor, to enroll themselves as he may direct- 1 hey
view with indignation the concentration of military
and naval forces of the U. S. in their harbour and on
tin frontiers of their state, as uncalled for by any
pu'uHc exig ii-y iUid if intended to overawe public
opinion, as impotent, and unwarrantable.
fhey have, nevertheless, seen with lively su-tU-factioh,
the indications of a beneficial modification
f the rantfby Congress, and the expression of sen
timents in both Houses as well as in other quarters
au.-pictous to tiie peace and harmony of the Union,
resolve that those indications., shall be met by
ror respond fig dispositions on their pari and it is
c!ectaiv;d as the sense of the Meeting tnat pending
the process of the neasures alluded to, all occasions
of collision between toe Federal an i State authori
ties should be sedulously avoided on both si ties, in
the hope that the painful controversy in which that
ft.ite is now engaged, may thereby be satisfactorily
a justed, and the Union of the states he established
nn a sure foundation. But should their expectations
be dis.ipioiiited,they pledge themselves to sustain
the Ordinance of their Convention, and laws made
in pursuance thereof; and to shield their citizens;
easy it would te to-turn her 'efficient remedy' into postponed, till M -!,. iI PZZZZ
- uux-OSt Koads. who rH,r.tP.l tn in
farce! Five per cent reduction on 'woollens, a hal
cent duty on tea--even the abolition of the duty on
cotton, with a new caption to the bill of July last,
would make it a new creature, able to elude the ela
borate precautions of the congregated wisdon of nulli
fication, and carry the principle of protection safe in
to the harbor of Charleston, in spite of the commander-in-chief,
his twenty eight aid-de-campe, and twelve
thousand volunteers. Then must come a new legis
lative act, a new convention, a new ordinance, and
all the ponderous machinery of nullification renewed,
to exorcise the new tresspasser on Carolina sovereign
ty; and in the mean while, presto, there is ano
ther change of form, and the fruitless labour is to be
gin again. Will the grave politicians of Carolina
insist that such is the true character of that 'remedy'
which requires large armies to support it, and which
is wort y of a sovereign State, acting in her 'highest
political capacity.' If the Federal Government were
disposed to shun the question, or postpone it, they
rnfght by adopting Mr. Miller's hint, forever elude the
vigilance of South Carolina, and convert the appre
hended civil conflict into a harmless paper warfare of
varying and dexterous legislation. '
This course we certainly should not advise ; but it
is the inference fairly deducible from such a ftate of
circumstances, sustained by Mr. Miller's admissionsj
that we desire to have especially noted. One ques
tion naturally arises, which contains argument against
the heresy of which Mr. Miller is a great patron. If
the principle ol protection cannot be so reached and
described by an act of nullification, as to bring it
within the operation of a general law; if it have no
individuality by which it can be recognised in tvery
ttOdllMAj VI v .
"3U,CU' ine Senate will be crowded.
ramitteeof the U. Senate, on
In the House, we are Droressin-akhou HTW
Valuable Property for SalV
IE subscriber infpmt;n : i SUrll
an i v ii , . - iu a snuri iira
yesterday, bot slovrlv. On TMB.t a Pse ne.CS"!?'"? h. State, will sell efO
-nee and U probably would haye risen fflttSrS? p.,Wc of Le"""e- intrance'of No rfve
me subject have been deferred day bv ' dav, ' treasury an ithat the DePartment, exceptmcr theex ' ,n Carterel County, in such'ntimbers fts maV
asusual,but for the interposition of OArteAl , the ?ener,aI Pt -Office nt Whmgtou, aract the attention of the capitalists and entw-
Speight, by a series of mo,;' r v ? T Y ef Ius,ve 7 "n ,ts, uro. With PW- This Township was laid off by thje
, N . 1 Y " f mt,ons for e Ayes these v.ew,they applied to tl Post Master General ; late James McKinley, Esq.and the subscribed
and Noes, and a declaration that he would con" 5T:cu"J f e 6tatJ tfent, and h,s The lots are 1 10 bv 200 feet square at rihtaW
gles ; the streets are 90 feet wide, affording .at
each corner three water views. The harboiir
admits at all seasons of the year, about 12 fef
water to the ocean, which is 5 miles distant
and can at a very moderate expense be" dceri-
tinuetocall for thm n all V opinions on the subject. He replied that all the ex-
unue to call tor them on all occasions where a isting contracts for carrying the mail have been made
motion for the rising of the Committee of the under the belief that no change in the rates of post
Whole on the state of the, Unions or for an i afff was contmpJad;tind that any reduction must,
nflinnrnmoni an u r u V Unless compensated from the Treasurr, be followed
adjournment at any time before the hour, of 5; by a correspond reduction of the mail iacilitiea ot
o clock, P. M., should be made. He was de-;.e countrV, the discontinuance of routes in opcra
termined, he observed, tbnt it should hln !n' .8"sPeI.,rion of many daily mails, diminution of
" " tsoeen a- p a. rn. - : j .
-u.l. .. , , : . J Mie amount oi nosiatre reeeneu uuiamiM uier, and cant nmcon 1
muu me parties were that are oDDoseri to th ; newsbanpr in.t
; Y ' -" was ,54tH,wu, tuiij j K'ci ui me snore to load iVomwTinnV 4 v,
speedy settl enifint of tlilc nnrifntmrr nnoctinn
M n -
The good effects
day, when the H
feet safety, and equal dispatch at this1 place as
at any other, and can at present lay within 0
" "t, mvoiiuui.t vi . - . . ri -v- .i in wuc iiiiur s itmo mWk r. . .11
i. , , i""""!''" weiffht' ot nnwanPhj i r irripd in one 1 A r x.t ini a. wvuuraoil'
of this were apparent vaster- mail tbr hundide of mde1 rate of from eighty i ?ro . f " wardly, to S. E. The
ouse sat without intermission," 10 on,e huudn-d miles a da v. An abdition of oostacre j f ItUf wn ls h,gnand airy,' and is one of the
without the usual interval of a recess for an -f f u ease lh-e bu,k' and deprive the Department i ,,ealt nt )otf m t,)e country. It is never
hour ornK , . , ii , ?nf;Hareeparto., lt8 'enue. Any change, lessen- 1 ovenlown by the storm tides. A survey has
hour or an hour and a half, from 12 o'clock to the means ol the Department, would abridge ,ts been effected bv the U. States, under Cap't ft.
10 P. M., when the Committee rose oh the !olls' or th.w il for eupjiort upon flie Treasury ; Bache, of the Engineers, upon the practicability
motion of Mr. W. B. Sl.ep.rd, of your tatc. a.lclp.e.i'h"'; ma .yTMnH, Neuse and North
It has been the logest Sh,ingas yet, during the agaiust the ppiitl0 0Uedu;tr-
session, and. yet thercis every reason toi sup- . accompished. it must in all nrobabilitv corn-
pose the sitting of to-night will be still tiore
extended, in the event, as I expect that it is the
intention, as it would surely be the policy, to
press it through the Committee before to-morrow.
Mr. Wayne, of Georgia, is the Chair-
man ol tDe Whole on the State of the Union,
From the Neimwt (X. II.) Spectator
Uncommon Fatality.- -It has appeared to us that
thseas.. among the children within the past year has
proven unusually fatal. Out of the fbrt.v-five th
plisheu, it must in all probability cotn
mence at this place. These projects ' have
warm and influential friends not only in Gra
ven and Carteret, but in Congress and other'
places, and those who are desirous of COnnec-
I ' uaw IVI t, f X V
S e link of the Northern arid Southern
... ,v vi.,,,,,1,, umiri icu ears 01 age. 111 me
fnrm Knt po'q iwo tin mnjt cparchinir nrrwpoa' nf la iu I . ...
, , Uf)on of th.g M g
by a slight change ol shape, even when it is thereby lln 4i , . liM nM. ,..1 .
. 1.. uiuui, ioj,. j no uuiies are
strengthened for the purposes most complained of;
or if it '.)e so intimately blended with another principle
avowedly constitutional, that in every mode and tran
sition, the lawlulness of the substantial power is pri
ma facia evidence of the lawfulness of both, and a
uew elibrt must be made at every exercise to separate
and distinguish them, and the separation being found
impossible, ;oth must perish or neither, in the act;
can such a principle be called a "palpable" breach o
the constitution to justify a State in so treating it in
any way ?
The bill to appropriate tbr a limited time, the pro
ceeds of the Public Lands, and granting lands to cer
tain States, has passed the Senate by the following
YEAS Bell, Chambers, Clay, Clayton, Dallas,
Uiclterson, Dudley, Ewing, Foot Frelinghuysen,
Hendricks, Holmes, Johnston, Knight, Poindexter,
Proiti.ss, Robbins, Ruggles, Seymore, Silsbeej
Sprague, Tomlinson, Waggaman, Wilkins. 24.
xA YS-Benton, Black, Brown, Buckner, Calhout
Forsyth, Grundy, Hill, Kane, King, Mangum, Mil
ler, Moore, Rives, Robinson, Smith, Tipton, Tyler,
White, Wright. 20.
Vre copy the following paragraph from the
Boston Statesman of the 19th ult.
There is said to be a probability that Mr. Steven
son will soon vacate the chair o! the House of Repre
sentatives in which case Mr. Speight of North Caro
lina will be likely to succeed him.
arduous indeed. Mr. Wayne was in the chair
yesterday nearly nine hours. The seat is an
honorable one ; but, at the same time, it is one
not of roses. It requires from its possessor
courtesy of manner, knowledge of Parliamen
tary law, patience in an eminent degree1 and
imperturbable coolness of temper. The! pos
session of these, requisites involves no ordinary
I will write you on the course of events.! We
live in spirit-stirring times; and on matters of
such moment, passing daily under my Sown
eyes, and within my own knowledge, 1 could
not, if I would, be silent, if the communication
of what I hear and see can by any possibility
be of interest to my fellow citizens, or of use
to my friend. X
Letter from the Hon. J. Speight to the Editor.
Washington, Jan. 24, 18$3.
Dear Sir, ' .
An interested manufacturer is now addressing
"the Committee of the Whole on the state ofthcUlnion.
on the Tariff. During his speech, and at this very
moment, he is exhibiting in the House various sam
ples of Calido, manufactured in Massachusetts, quite
good enough for our ladies to wear, which, heteljs us,
can be sold at a handsome profit tor 16 cents the yan(.
Is it not strange, if this be true, that they demand df
us a protection of 25 per cent? I am 1I0 disunibnr
as you know, but is not this mockery in the extreme
tnat tne people 01 tnis country are 10 oe iaxeu to ena-
smull town ol Goshen, adioinii u. twentv childr. n
have died, (if we have been correctly informed) with
in about ten months. In the neighbouring town of
New-London, one thirtieth of the whole population
have deceased. tiie r-ast year, a great portion of which
were children. In Croydon, Wendell, and other
towns in ihis County, the same alarming fatality
marks the progress of disease. We noti e, also, that
among the deaths which occurred in Charleston, Ms.
during the pat year, out of 1 4,Jify two were chil
dren under ten years of age. In some instances pa
rents have been called to part with all their children.
One family in this neighbourhood buried 4 of their
loved ones within the short space cf four weeks. In
Goshen ibur little sisters were consigned to their nar
row bed, within still less time. Our population must
increase very slowly unless the destroying hand is
stayed or retarded. The number of deaths in Exeter,
with t popula: ion of nearly one thousand more than
ours, is but forty three.
Lately, in Vevay,Tndinna, Mr. James Cooper was
married to Miss Jan.- Roeuick. The ceremony took
place on Wednesday a orning. On the evening of
the same day they parted, an on Thursday morning,
the usual caution appeared from the happy swam,
telling the good people not to trust or harbor his bet
ter half, as he was predetermined to pay no debts of
her contracting. This is what they call in the West
"a sudden thaw."
communication, are particularly solicitous tin
the subject. Lenoxvillc is now a . good starhd.
for retail stores, and an eligible situation fbf
Steani Mills, and it has one of the best Mullet
Fisheries in the County.
As this place is unquestionably the'mostftlr;
sirable of any other on the sea'board within
the State for a Township, and must, from ev
ry consideration, become of magnitude and im
portance, this sale may afford an opportunity
of a speculation worthy of attention,, partitfti
larly as the present depression in business will
be a cause of its being sold at very inconsidera
ble prices. "
The subscriber begs leave to refer those Wfio
may require further information to J. H Bryaii,.
J. Burgwyn, and J. P. Daves, Esquires? -af'
II. M. COOKE.
Beaufort, Jan, 22, 1S33.
FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT.
Washington, D. C. 25th Jan. 1833.
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from the pay etitol protecting duties, they request j . .. . ! . T. A 4 ,, r . .iu
. . , , . j . and Nullification, an importantcrisif may becon- proves what. I have olten told my constituents, thrftthe
and authorise the chairman to nominate and associ- J , ' . .
ate with h.msell threecomm.ssionersto open a con es- j dered to be approaching, as far as depends on British manufacturers cannot compete with those ,n
poaaciice with the other d.stncts of the state, lor the i the action of Congress. There appears, ifl am ; this country. What a blood sucking system ! W hat.
Lxe of orranizin a Free Trade Importing capable of forming a correct judgment, to be a j a commentary this on equal r.ghts and hberty! I
Co!npanh in order that, if practicable, the whole ot serious arid earnest disposition on the part of; have strong doubts whether or not any reduction wilj
h,nai m,mll hv thP nponleoflbeth louses, to meet both stfbiects without de- ! tak Place lh,B ses"on- If there shouM I shall
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. . " . . . . i nnt rtA rnfiri nnnnt it ; inr ni an rn m. nnrai vr nrwupa
lay, froma feeling which seems to be impressed ; . . ,, , ,. ...
The population of London is 1,300,000; 20,000 in
dividuals here rise in the morning -withont knowing
how they shall live through the day. or where they
ahali sleep thro-igh the night. Sharpers are innu
merable. Tne puaiic. i-t-ggars ate HG.OlX), the
thieves and .pick pockets 115.000, the receivers of
stolen gooils 3000; servants out of place 10,00U: and
8,000 criminals are annually sent to prison.
On Thursd;7 evening last, by the Rev. Dr. Leach,
Mr. OLIVER S. DEWEY to Miss MATILDA
Same evening, by the Rev. Dr. Leach, Mr. JOHN
PITTMAN to Miss MARTHA BLANEY.
ihe.t:ite. mav be hereafter impoitevl free from the
1 j '
odious and unconstitutional tribute" they have hith
The Preamble and Resolutions were unanimously
Two Committees were appointed, one to raise
Volunteers the other an Importing Committee.
IC ' The Rev. Elias Hutchins will
preach in the Free Will Baptist Church this
Evening, at candle light.
February 1st, L833
FORT OF UEWBERKT.
The Resolutions of South Carolina, proposing a
Convention of the States, were transmitted by Gover
nor Floyd t the Virginia Legislature on the 25th ult.
Ill his accompanying Message Governor F. com
ments largely on the rights of the State and Federa
fl.o-nrvM.iitc. anH rlmms tTr thf fhrmpr nil thi1 Kiinn !
UUItKHUI UU?j UI .. - -
tnacy with which they are invested by the Sta e
Rights parly of.South Carolina. He recommends a?
Conv ntion of the States, which would bring at onc
before all the pa ties to the . ompact, every doubtful
or ciisputed power of the federal government, in the
mode pointed out by the instrument itself, where all
amendments could be made, and disputed powers set
tle.., in a spirit of kindness, much more congenial to
the harmony of our institutions, than that which now
seems in contemplation. This course, lie remarks,
ought to br acceptable to all,as'tgives full assurance
0i peaceful days hereafter, arid will restore confidence
to the mind of the patriot, already too long agitated
with the foreseen disasters of the coming onllict.
The debate in the U. S. Senate, on the bill report
ed by the Judiciary Committee, which gives to the
President the power of enforcing the Revenue laws,
occupies a large space in the Washington papers.
The question to p ostpone the further consideration ot
. the bill to Monday last, was decided in the affirmative.
: Pen ing the discussion, Mr. Miller of South Caroli
na said, 'any modification will be, ipso, facto, a repeal
of the Ordinance of South Carolina, and the acts 61
her Legislature passed in consequence of it, and re
quire new proceedings on the part of the State.' 'Any
modification will be, ipso facto, a repeal of the Or
dinanee.1 What a falling otF is here ! This subdu
od tone of the Senator, taken in connection with the
proceedings of the late 'meeting in Charleston, shows
very clearly that Nullification is becoming unpopular
among its fru-nds, and that any, the lea?t concession
n the part of Congress, will disarm the hydra of its
terrors. But this is not all. ir. Miller goes so far
tlial norliinoovar nocomKlml thlc PVrnrrrpfiC ic tVi mrvet
nnnn fill inmns hai no air will Kit aH Hmn1 - 11 "
r 6 lost to the remonstrances of reason and justice. I have j
excitement, be attended with consequences pre- ! t confl(lence in the magnanimity of the next, and i
l i. il i . r- ii i" i
juoiciai 10 mc oesi inieresis 01 tne ttepuDiic. ; h n Datientiv wajt for that period. Should,! how-
All good citizens must hope that the irritation ever, my expectations not be realized, and they still j
which prevails in the South, may be allayed bvii rpfncp tn dn ninptiee. T shall be in favour of actin?!
k tii-t:.:..,- :..r .r.u. iw.r i t '! : .u, aji u .0tni,u Wreck Schooner Capital, from Boston for Wil-
juu.uuu, "hC1.uC1.lC ui uic iTduuimi x- . in Home inner w,i mat - ..u,,, .t.ut, dismasted offCape Lookout, has been ton ed
gisiature. iviy own predilections are lor tne : ennangenng me umwi, u i"""""3 t,i; V.M into this' nort bv the. U. 5S. Revenue Uutter Uallas.
rSouthern docrines, iff relation to the tariff remedy. I am opposed to me doctrine of nuilifi-a- i ;
tion, as I always have ben, and ever shall be; because j
Schr. Good Return, Burt, New York.
Schr. Delano, Wilmington, N. C.
Schr. Trent, Jones, New York.
Schr. Select, Conklin, New York.
Schr. Wade, Conklin, New York.
system, which we deem to be unequal, partial,
and unjust ;dbut it is time indeed to pause, when
circumstances haveinvolved the prompt remedy
of an acknowledged or an undenied evil, with
the fearful alternative of a dissolution of our
holy Union. No sane man, however firm his
CHKLKS J WAIlDv
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY,
BAM OF :EWBEJ&r,2
JANUARY 7th, 1833.
AT the late annual' meeting of the STOCK
HOLDERS of the BANK of NEAVBEHN
on the first Monday of this month, It was
Resolved, That a Dividend of twenty-fivv
per cent, on each and every Share of theCap'ii
tal Stock of said Bank be, and the same is here
by declared and made payable to the Stockhold
er?, or their legal Representatives, oh anif
after the first day of March next, under thp
following rules and regulations, to wit . Firsts
all payments shall be made at the Prineipa?
Bank to the Stockholder, or his Attorney, duly
appointed, on production of the original certiii
catc. Second Payment of Dividendof Capi
tal shall be evidenced by the receipt, of the
Stockholder or his Attorney, in a Book prepare
ed for that purpose. Third All payments oP
Dividend of Capital shall be endorsed lh'i
Certificate of Stock, by the Cashier at the tit&
of making payment. Fourth The trafisffiV
Book shall be closed on the twentieth day .
February next, and remain closed until the first?.
day of March foil owing, and no Share on which!
a Dividend of Capital maybe paid, shall there
after be transferred on the Books of this Bank:
Extract from the Journal of the Stockholder:
JNO. W..GUIG2T, Cashier.
January t8th 1833.
general assortment of Fresh Garden
Seeds, warranted good, received and for
sale by WILLIAM SANDER
January 25, 1833.
LIVE OAK TIMBER
Navy Commissioners Office, ),
18th January, 1833. $
PROPOSALS will be received at thb or
fice, sealed and endorse, till the 31st of
it is in my opinion a dangerous mode of effecting a
o-ood nhipct. and must ultimately lead to disunion, an
evil more to be dreaded than all the ills resulting from Has for sale, at his Shop, next door to BelVs March next, for the LIVE OAK TIMBER-,
the Tariff. I have always thought that when all i
; hope ol redress trom Congress is lost, mat to ettect
our object, it is only necessary for the whole Smith to
nerve, or steadfast his moral courage, can, on a take a firm and manly stand, and my life for it, onr
first approach, look without dizziness from the grevances will be speedily redressed, and that with
verge of a precipice, upon an unfathomable ! out even endangering the Umon. it is ui vain lor a
abyss below. Every member of the Union, I
think, stands in this predicament, with a yawn-
ng gulph ready to receive the whole, if once
the sacred line be passed. There are combus
tible materials more than enough, and angry
and heated" passions more than sufficient, to
kindle the elementsof strife : it behooves there
fore, every statesman, under the weightiest res
ponsibility, to exert his imluence and his abili
ties, to extinguish a flame which, if it shall
spread into a general conflagration, will con
sume our liberties.
Let, then, wisdom and moderation, and calm
nes prevail : and yet, all these without prompti
tude of action, may prove unavailing to assuage
the fury of the political storm. That prompti
tude is, by every indication before us here,
about to be exerted.
In the Senate, on Monday next, a warm
debate is expected to occur on the re
solutions introduced on Thursday by Mr.
Calhoun.! A vehement debate took place
in that body on Tuesday, on the bill reported
by Mr. Wilkins, from the Committee on the
Judiciary, to provide for the collection of the
to affirm that an increase of the duties will have j re venue ; and a still more vehement one was
the same effect. If this, (as the Baltimore American . expected yesterday on Mr. Calhoun's declara-
single State to embark in the ocean of reform. We
must all, when the proper time arrives, so together;
and that reason will be when all hope in Congress is
gone. That time has not yet come. I know of a num
ber of members who are now against a reduction, who
will go for It at the next Congress. I hope we shall
not yet despair of success. I need not assure you that
the President, and Vice President ftee,-are both with
us; and Mr. Van Buren will bring a host from New-
A GENERL ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTS & PAINT BRUSHES,
iiui i a v.- vuw mm. JlJ vjim JL AiUMXUVt
required to complete the frames of one frigate-;
and of one sloop of war, to be delivered i
Portsmouth, N. H., and for one entire fram'e
for a ship of the line, to be delivered at the JSay
vy Yard, New York ; there wiil.be required to
complete the two frames to be delivered vt-
Oil, Dye-stuffs, Varmsiies, aiUl V ar- Portsmouth abxut 16,000 cubic feet.
liish Brushes, Perfumery and
The above articles are fresh, and of the very
Newborn, February 1st, 1833.
State Bank of JVortk Carolina
Raleigh, January 14th, 1833.
iaarks) be indeed tbe 'South CarolinaMoctrine, how j tory resolutions. Thfe'subject, howerer, was
AA holders of this Institution, held at iheir
York next Congress, who will go for a reduction ol . Banking-House, this day, the following Iteso
the Tariff. If South Carolina would only suspend lutions were adopted :
Resolved, That a Dividend of $50 per Shan
of the Capital Stock of the State Bank of Nortl
Carolina is hereby declared by the Stockhol
ders, which shall be. paid to the respective
Stockholders, or their Representatives, on or
after the first day of February next, at their
Banking-House in the City of Raleigh.
That ho payment shall be made without the
production of the Certificates of Stock at the
That the Cashier shall, in a Book preparer!
for the purpose, take Receipts for the various
payments, and also endorse in red ink, on
the Certificates, that such payments have been
! That the Books for the transfer u, - "
i i o'T instant, and remain closed
closed on the 2oth lnsiani,
nA ,tv of February next. And
no transfer shall be permitted on the Books of
rw Share on which a tlivioenu ims ueen pniu.
any bhare on WILL. POLK, CVm.
3. OAtES, Sec'y.
Moulds by which the timber is to be cut, trtfk
be furnished to the Contractors; persons wish
ing to offer, can obtain, by applying t Urje
Commandant of the nearest Navy Yard, a sched
ule of the pieces which have been furnished
The offers must state separaieiy uie prices
per cubic foot for each frame, the whole to be
subject to the usual inspection and measure-
J . . - i ! , .1 -in rr npinrp Inn 1 .
T an ndionrrred mpetino- of iho fttL-J ment and fo De uenvrrcu v
M. u & " -J - O mf V I
her Ordinance, all would be right. I do not know
what is the general sentiment among the nullified
but of one thing I can assure you. Mr. McDuffie and
those that I am acquainted with from South Carolina,
in this House, are anxious to heal the breach by a re
duction of the tariff. But however mucb I deprecate
the tariff, I am for the Union and the supremacy of
the laws, although unjust, so long as I see a prospect
of peaceabl r getting rid of them. I shall therefore
Co with the President in his efforts to perpetuate the
institutions of the counfcy. If the present laws be
not sufficient to enable him to check for the present,
any thing like resistance, l am for giving him such
additional power as may be necessary, provided it
does not conflict with the Constitution.
These desultory reflections have suggested them
selves to my mind, while a tiresome, uninteresting
speech is making, which is not listened to by fifty
member. Your friend,
day of June, 1K.
Ten per cent, will be reserved from eaclr
pavment to be made as collateral security, iji
aldition to the bond which will be require!, "
and will not be paid until the whole quantity
; dplivered, inspected and approved, unless
specially auttionzeu oy me ouaru 01 jjavy
Commissioners. To be published twice a week in the GlobV,
National Intelligencer, U. S. Telegraph, .East
ern Argus, New Hampshire Gaiette, Corri
mercial Gazette, Hartford Times, Rhode Isl
and Republican Herald, New York Evening
Post, New York Standard, Pennsylvania!.
Baltimore Republican, Norfolk Beacon', New
bern Sentinel, Charleston Patriot, Savannah
Republican Pensacola Gazette.
Jan. 25 tUstM. c
A neat second hand Carrvinll and haWCi
AX with seats for four. It may be used mtK.
one or two horses. Enquire of
Dec. M. r'