JIY THOMAS WATSON.
T-hTce dollars per anndm payable in .advance.
"o paper will be discontinued (but at the d is
olation of the Eilitor) until all arrearages havebeen
.1 Daily and Tri-weeky Evening Newspaper ;
TO BC 1'UBLISHBD IN THE CITY OP
J I AT idolatry j? to the CJiurch, man
' rorship is to the The fatal rock
. ,ii h the liberties of the American Peo-
i b lashed to pieces, is the aban.ion-
. be1;) -u:i
:'.'.!' in a blind devotion to men.
1 uie iasi.1 vemv years, alJ names hv.
i . it . .
wih v of tins political, sin; an 1, ttnless its
I '. ui se he arr'ste i at this awful crisis
:-.. l dry's fate, all will be lost.
li - o uinuance on the last day of De-
ceiiner, of "the Banner of the Constitution,"
piiblis'icl weekly for three years, under the
.j.jiL i charge of the subscriber, ha-; left the
cause of .State Riohts without a paper at the
North, through wffich t -e .great political ques
tions which now agitate the land, can be dis
cm - l l.ii ailut'iiced by personal or party con
M i r;;!! -us Phc unexampled u lanimity w hich
Ins reoutly been pr xdaimed throughout the
Ii I He and North rn Stales furor of a ron-
lied "-over anient, h;
is cast a ucei
or t tiie nifi Is of the r
isit.'nt tew who
ra.ii.i true to the ilrpudican faith m'OS; and
i ty litfaijtL to etl'. cl, in that reionj such a re
v !uti :i ;i vas aceoinidishe-d l)V bringing into
piw r Vir. Ji'Vrson and his principles, would
e u ; be as ijopeless as despair itself. Des
perate, however, as it may appear, the attempt
ouu t be ma le, and if a liberal support be
ex;e i ie 1 to this overture it shall be madk.
of Liberty aad the Union, as saar-
. - . ... o
an'--:' : y Loiisti union,
k' L'n.ititution, in this
' Ji p .-ed I) a!)andon, without a further
.-ftnijjir. the ilori e.s inlieritance transmitted
v ;i ;v incir i ai
1 . L i' . I
ts; but ix'inir f?w in num-
i 1 -urr 'ii a led
!y a population wholly ad-
i their views, thev can only inaintain
v tne o-operaiioti ot mose wno are more
niterested than themselves in the jre-
a of the RESERVED IlIGilTS OF THE
S i ).l!a a
hiction of , the li take place
tiu;iaj l!ic ')!,ee.-t
session of i;aii.r(,ss 1 -
hi-hlv probable that an effort will be made at 1 iiw
N irth. dnrin.fr the next few vears. to restore
n , j
Widi this view, all the calamities which ,
result from over trading, over
,, . .
itiiig, over barn-Ling, and all t
t III .
her manses united, will
be ascribed to the o -
.()va!iil ot the American system; and tne
tritMiils of Free. Trade will find it no easy, task
vt stand up against this probable reaction, in
ik'inrtiislrating to their fellow citizens the true
oausp of their suffering.
With the view of inviting the co-operation
ihov referred to, it has been resolved to pro
pose the -establishment' of a Daily and Tri
uv'i y p iper, in the -itv of Philadelphia to be
enml'- l "The Examiner," upon the following
1. n: Examiner v l! be a regular newspaper
vi!! he printed m newspaper form, ot tli-
;-u -.va,s:ze ot the .x.vtmn d Ciazette. . It will coma u
the- usu d supply of lor ign and do:n stic news, com
mcrcwl iiitelligeiife, and literary and miscellaneous
.'lt'ctftis expect d ,n a daily newspaper. It will
:v copious extr icts from the Proceedings of Con-g-
an ! will c irel ully preserve all the State Papere
an Pu!lic I).)..-u nents of an important nature that
m w appear.
Pulitical Economy, in all its branches, including
Pt lM-r Systems, Poor Laws, Civil and Criminal Ju-
i u i.Mire, Baniuug, Currency, and all other matr
l-2r oi'ii ".lie cuueern, s!;all be freely discussed.
Toe iif u.-s of South America will be frequcutly
bmuijht into vjew; and in reference to Brazil, there
will he copious extracts from a manuscript journal
kept 'n- Mi E iitor, durinir a resi.l- nee. of near five
v.ira in that eoniry.
'i- In its ;liii-d lenartm nt the Examiner vvill
a lv v.i :e the Republican Docktrines of 08, as set
fi)rtii in-: tlv? Vi x Lles .Id; .oils and Legislative
ll.irt airain-'t the Aliem and Sedition Laws; and
iis maintained in " the tunes that tried men's souls,"
hyJetfe -on, Ma lison, and M'Kean, and the other
ortholox and distinguished champions of the Repub
3 It will consequently advocate,, to use the tan
Sut" of Jetlerson,
"A wise .and frugal Government, .which shall re
straiu aicw from injuring one another, shall leave them
rthericise free to, regulate their own pursuits of m
wistry mid improvement, and shall not take from
fhe mouth of labor the bread it has earned "
"Liberty of the Tongu Liberty of the Press
"ty of the Conscience Liberty of the Hand "
t reedotii of Industry, as sacred as freedom of the
"Economy m the public expense, that labor may
The support of the State Governments in all their
Hats as the most competent ad ministrations of our
0 'Ms tic concerns."
" The preservation of the General Government in
's whole const! ttttional vigor, as t he sheet anchor of
pr? ace at home, and satety abroad."
' Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all
nations.'5 j 1
" Taxeb as many as are necessary, and no more;
a long as necessary, and no longer," and lastly,
Equality of rights and duties, of benefits and bur-
a, aitne oasis pi tne union."
i. It will oppose monopolies, special privileges
l sinecures, of every Ascription, as interfering
'"iththe equality of rights upon which our institu
te are founded, and vvill oppose, npon the ground
0J unconstitutionality, as well as of inexpediency, the
'blisihnient, by the Federal Government of any
? .National or Treasury Bank. -
It wilt also oppose all wasteful expenditures, by
'&e re-fend Government, of the public money for In
nal Improvements, upon the principle, that to the
ate Governments belongs the sole power to con
fr met roada and canals by their own means, or by the
'Jl- rRoration of companies. It will oppose all appro
auons for objects not clearly within the delegated
V on? u onKress, and all usurpations of authority
'1 -ny brsach cf tha Federal GovcmracRt.
-9. It will also be oppogedand in an especial man-ne-n'
to ma;? worship, th- bane of Republics; and it
vvijl expose corruption and dereliction of principle in
public servants, to whatever party they may profess
to belong-. This, however, it will do, in a mode
whi. h shall not degrade the press, and upon no occa
sion will the colunmsof the Examiner be the vehicle
ot scurrility or vulgar personal abuse.
7. The paper will be commenced ns soon as a suf
ficient number of subscribers shall have been obtained
to secure Us permanent establish went, of which due
notice will Ik; given; an 1 should this not take place
before the first of Maylnext it will be abandoned.
Price of the daily papei per annum, $S
" -;of the tri-weekly papr-r (which will com
prise the whole of the contents of the
daily, except advert senients, each of
which will appear at least once,
Payahle on the receipt of the 1st ,o. without. defalca
tion, an annually thereafter, in advance.
The postage efall letters must be paid, except of
lett- rs enclosing Jive dollars and upwards, or the
names of five responsible subscribers. ill'1 trans
mission of money by mad to l.e at the risk of the pub
lisher. CONDY RAGUET.
Philadelphia, Jan. 1, 1833.
N E W ATLA S.
TIOPOSALS for publishing by Subscrip-
tL Uon, a INew and elegant Universal Atlas,
to contain distinct Maps cf all the Principal
Kingdoms and 8tates in the known World, and
sepaiate Maps of each of the United States, by
II. S. TANNER, Auth or of a New American
Atla'a, Mnn-of the United States, &c, &c.
Although numerous collections of Maps have
been published in this country, but few have
yet been complet d on a scale and plan calcu
lated to convey an adequate idea of the whole
subject, or to do justice to the improved state
of Geographical science in the United States.
M st of those herelofere offered for public ap
probation have been only the first essay s of this
kind, and principally designed for the use cf
schools, or ti illustrate geographical works,
while these published in Europe are extremely
defective and incorrect as respects the United
States, the geography of which is so rnpidlv
progressive that no European publication can
keej) pace with its advancement. This part of
the work must he brought to ..aturity in our
country, and such is now the respectable state
of theVrts here, that we can assert with confi
dence that we possess the materials and skill
sufficient to exibit a topographical representa-
lion of toe United States, indefinitely superior, ;
ns it. reirnrds ('irrcr.t.iipss and dehiil. and rvprvi
way equal in style, to any European publica-
- n oi
The publisher of the proposed work has been
j . - - . - ,
colleclino ioaterlals, prcpaiatory to iv?
cution of it, for several years, in which
has beeen assisted by some ot the ablest
. 11 11
to raphers in this country and in Eurfpc
addition to this, he will avail himself of all the
recent and important disco veiies in both hem
ispheres, to enable him to execute the proposed
Atlas in a manner every way satisfactory to the
'The materials for the maps which relate to
the eastern continents, will be selected from
the latest and best European authorities, and
ex. bit a complete view of the world in connec
tion with the United Slates. The State maps
will be engraved from drawings compiled, as
far as practicable, from original documents, on
a scale suiiich miy large lonuiiaioi anarnudu.
representation of countries, with t heir subdivi
sions, the seas, lakes, rivers, and mountains,
the counties, cities, towns aud villages, and all
the principal roads, internal improvements, &c.
The work will be completed as soon as cir
cumstances will permit, consistently with accu
, If .1 1 . . 1 . C .. 4 ,.
racy and elegance of execution ; and Irom
the measures that have been adopted to pro
cure the necessary information, no material
delay is apprehended.
It was originally intended by the publisher,
and proposals issued accordingly, to restrict
the size of each map to an imperial quarto. It
has since, however, been found that the limits
of such a sheet were entirely too small to admit
the introduction ol all the recent information
which the author desired to incorporate with
the proposed work ; he has therefore determined
to augment greatly the size of the maps, and to
publish this work in monthly numbers.
The maps as now proposed, will be nearly
double the size of those contemplated in the
original prospectus. Though the maps be in
creased in size, the cost of the entire work will
not much exceed the price of the Atlas as first
proposed, as the whole may be comprised in
about fourteen numbers.
In the execution of such an extensive plan,
very great expense must be incurred, but the
utility of a work of this description being evi
dent, the publisher has entered on the task with
alacrity, relying with full confidence on the
importance and merits of the work to insure the
patronage necessary to its completion.
Having thus briefly delineated the plan of the
work,' the publisher oilers it to the public on
I. The proposed Atlas shall be constructed
from the latest and most authentic documents.
It will be engraved in the first style of map
engraving, and in every branch of its execu
tion, accuracy of detail shall be ainied at.
Each sheet will be 1 1 by 14 inches.
II. The maps will be printed on the first
quality vellum paper, and colored in an elegant
and appropriate manner.
III. The Atlas consists of about fourteen
numbers, with an engraved title sheet. It will
be delivered to subscribers at $1 for each num
ber, containing at least four maps, payable on
delivery. To non-subscrih PTC Vl ;u
be $1 50 a number, each of which will be com
plete in itself.
Jan. 1st. 1833.
Subscriptions received bv
. THOMAS' WATSON.
NElERN, FU11AY, MARCH 1,
I t Ti "rr m , " ' ' -
i mm tew- r lm mm m t m m. sr . ww w w v
general assortment of Fresh n
eeds, warranted good, received and fi,r !
ui lit u
sa le bv
WIT T T A TIT c . r,.. " -v
PREPARED and for sale by Charles S. Ward
Druggist and Apothecary, next door to Bell's'
-jyewOern.J-eb. 15, 1833.
juruujift tin Li tdies and Uentlemen ofi
'IlI If . . . m m mrtml
iNewbern, that he intends to remain
short lime at Mr. Bell's Hotel, where he will be
happv to wait upon those who may desire his
professional services. He humbly 'trusts that
bis experience in his profession-will procure
him as liberal a patronage in this city as has
hitherto attended his exertions in others. Eve
ry operation on the teeth, however critical,
performed with scientific skill, and the least
Dr. W. humbly requests, that an intelligent
community -will consider the importance of
having the tarter removed from their teeth,
without which it is impossible to preserve the
gums in a healthy state ; and which can only
be done by the application of the instruments,
the .use of which, does no the least degree
wijuiu i:.c ena . ei oi tne teeth: an error, too
prevalent in the public mind at the present tin.e.
Irregularities of childrens' teeth, obvi.ite-!.
Ladies can be w aited on at their ownd vi ellins.
Ncwhcrn, Feb. Hth, ;833.
OT BENDER, son of t late JOHN
BENDER, of.-Onslow County, North
Carolina, is hercb,y informed, that his father,
the said John Bender, is dead, having left a last
will and testament, and thereby bequeathed to
him a considerable amount of property. li
the said Lot Bender be in existence, o'having
died, has left any children, he, or they arc re
quested to address JOHN LLOYD, E.vceutor
of said John Bender, at Swansborough,Pnslow
County, North Carolina.
Onslow County. February ! ".
light four wheel PL? .ASCII
with scats for fo.;r. ,
1 1 cases common quality fur H ATS,
which will be sold at New York cost.
JOHN L. DC RAND.
xrape Vine Cuttings.
UOUT six years ago, I planted a vine
yard of about five acres, and have suc
ceeded" well in raising the vines and grapes.
Having understood that persons in this part
of the State frequently procure vines from the
North, and believing that a preference is due to
those cultivated here, I have thought it ad
viseable to give notice that I can spare a large
quantity of Cuttings at three dollars per bun- fj
dred, put up in boxes. Ibev consist of more)!- lb. papers, labelled Sweet scented Oronok;.
than twenty different kinds yamong which arc Extra Superior, manufactured only Iby P.
the fallowing : ' j LORILLARD, Jr.
Catawba, Isabella, Constantia, or Cape ;of j FINE CUT 8MOKIVG TOBACCO.
Good' Hope Grape, Bland. Madeira, Schuyl-i gpanish, Kitefoot, Canaster, Common, Stems,
kill, Muscadell, Scarlet Perfume, Garden in 1-4, 1-2 and i lb. papers.
. wm- . i-i . -I I
1 nther .kinds, both native and
The time of nlantiiur beinff near at hand,
ders for the quantities and kinds wanted, should
be furnished in the course of the ensuing
month. Thc process of planting and of culti
vation, and the advantages of vineyards, have
become so generally known, that 1 deem it un
necessary to add anv thing respecting them.
WILLIAM P. DIDDLE.
Craven County, Feb. 12, 183.
N. B. Orders" left with T. Watson will be
Ill the New York Lottery, extra class No. 2,
drawn Jan. 30. Combination
35 37 44, a prize of $ L000,
In a whole ticket. Also, in the Grand Consoli
dated Lottery, drawn Jan. 28th, whole ticket
11 18 50, a prize of 8600.
Both -sold by the inveterate "Prize-Selling
The above are but mere shadows in compari
son with the splendid prizes that Jhave lately
been sold by the lucky SYLV- STER.
JANUARY 7th, 1833. I
AT the late annual meeting of the STOCK-; Others are also in the practice of filling emp
HOLDERS of the BANK of NEW BERN ty jars with the subscribers' label on them with
on the hrst.Monday of this montn, it was
Resolved, That "a Dividend of twenty-five
per cent, on each and every Share of the Capi
tal Stock of said Bank be, and the same is here
by declared and made payable to the Stockhold
ers, or their leeral Representatives, on and
- . . .1
after the first day of March next, under the
follnwintr rules and regulations, to wit . First
all payments shall be made at iheOPrincipali
Bank to the Stockholder, or his Attorney, duly j 'k
appointed, on production of the original certifi- J
cate. SecondPayment of Dividend of Capi-
tal shall be evidenced by the receipt of the
Stockholder or his Attorney, in a Book prepar-
cd for that purpose. Fhird-AIl pavments of
Dividend of Capital shall be endorsed on the
P.ertifirnte ,if Stock, bv the Cashier at the time
of making payment. Fourth The transfer
Book shall be closed on tne twentieth day ot
February next, and remain closed until the first
day of March following, and no Share on which
a Dividend of Capital may he -paid, shall thcr'e-afto-r
ho transferred on the Books of this Rank-
Extract from the Journal of the Stockholders.
Tllfci a neral assort
lie wiH seJ! at rHlim, prices.
F the Widow or anv of thn rhl.Wn f
my of th
VTnvir, i- uai,r' u'rmeriy Piaster
T XTT r i r
livi ;Vh? :WuUt of Bahama Islands, are
c e In an" 1 V 1 hPa; thingto their a . ..n
I Esq. of Nassau N
d. W. tlA VT x-n
-N. C. F b
"" ' J, V1L V.- J .
mcl 1 1 tierces nrinio n
taiimg Molasses.fur sale by
P 2.:T E R & G KORGE I.O Rf L I. RD,
SSJUFF AND T03ACCO
No. 44 Chatham street,
Have constantly for sale the following articles,
S FI E BrtOWN SNUFF.
Maltese . do.
St. Omare do.
Strong, not scented.
COARSE BROWX SNUFF.
Na hitoch.es, - "
F rench, Rappe1, j
American Uentleman, Strong, not scented.
I ure Spanish,
L. Mixture, '
do. Half Toast, Fine.
do. High Toast,
Irish Blackffuard. S
Irish High Toast. S
SWEET SCENTED FINE - CUT CHEW
Small papers, labelled P. A. L.
do. do. - do. P. & G. L.
do. do. do. P. fc G.
1 lb. papers, labelled P. A. L.
1-2 lb. do. do. P. A. L.
1-4 lb. do. do. P- A. L.
All articles sold at the above store can be
returned, if not approved, and the money will
N. B. A liberal discount made for Cash by
Brown snuff packed in 1-2 and I lb. bottles,
and 3, 0, 12, and 18 lb. Jars.
Yellow do. do. in 1-2 and 1 lb. bottles and
small and large bladders.
Cut tobacco packed in 1-2 barrels, barrels,
. - M
e Genuine Maccoboy Snuff, is manufac-
only by P &u G. LORILLARD, who
'l .. i . l ,1 J.. t-rv . . . i rv
nave aiso uie imiiaiion oo. uo. irom to ou
per cent lower, the same as manufactured in
many places and sold under various names.
A constant supply of the above articles
tnaij be had oj the principal deal is in
BEWARE OF DECEPTION,
Several persons are in the practice ol using
a Label on their smuts in imitation of the sub
scribers which they have used upwards of -A)
years, and can be for no other purpose than to
Some are also in the practice of mixing in
ferior Snuff with their Genuine Maccoboy Snuff
1 It' . s . 1
aiKHseiling n as ni si quality.
inferior Snuff, and selling it as their manufac
Their motive in making this publication "is
to guard tneir customers against the deception
pracusea upon tnem.
P. &. G. LORILLARD.
February 20, 1833 6m.
G0DDES3 OF FORTUNE, BEAR THIS GOODLY 'EW9 VI
AS OCR EXTENDS."
Drawing of the
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
; F , Afnnnfralia Academy,
- c I832.-Dravvn at Richmond,
21 st. IfcO.
40 45 65 34 58 7 46 48 61 44
Was sold in a Package of Half Tickets, No. 661,
" by the ever fortunate i
for shf . .
KAi ASSORTMENT Qf
KS, AMON G WHICH ARE THE FOLLO2ffC :
Exerc7sers!mi,;0d"Ction'ReIcr' Ke SeJ
Uri mh SVelnSbook and Grammar.
Gumshaw s United States
Adams', Willarrr w ,
mintr' v i s oodbndge's, Guna-
uett s and DabolPs ArithmeticKeytoPike.
W ebster s, Cummnrg's, Pickett's, and Jtj
v enile Spelhng-Book.
Walker's, Johnson's, and Vbster's Dlc-
l onary various sizes.
Blake's Natural Philosophy. : Trebv's As" .
tronomy, Blair's Lectures, Cowper's Task,
Thompson's Season's, Jauds Expositor,
Tytler's History, Conversations on Chejnis
trv? Whelpley's CompentJ, Duncan's Logic.
Columbian Orator, American Reader.
Goldsmith's England, do. Rome, do: Greece- ,
Gu nmere's Surveying, Simpson's Euclid, ..
Jacob's Laiin Rea'der, Gould's Adams' Latin
Grammar, Virgil Delphini.
Horace Delphini, Ovid Delphini, ClceTTo
Delphini, Works of Sallust.
Entick's Latin Dictionary, French Grammar. .
Greca Majora, Greca Minora, Greek Deleclu
Valpley's Greek Grammar, Greek Testament.
Bonnycastle's Algebra and Key, Simpson"
Family Bibles, School do. elegantPoelset do.
Super Pearl Pocket Testaments, common do.
) MA B O OKS. Watts and Rip-
pon's, Methodist, General Assembly's, Village,
Olncv, Dover Selection, Alcxander's,Biddlc'f.,
Ri ppon's, Vatts', Zion's Songfs.
Pollock's Course of Time, Henry on Prayer.
Christian Lyre, Brown's Concordance.
Jay's Closet Exercises, Jay's Discourses,
Flavel on Keeping the Heart.
Book of Common Prayer, Closet Exercises
Alexander's Bible Dictionary, Malcolm's do
Smdey's Scripture Geography.
History of the Reformation, Law s Call.
Pilgrim's Progress, Saint's Rest.
History of the Bible.
A Cergy man's Letters to a Young Christian.
Miller's Evidences of the Christian Religion.
Letters on Church Government.
Hemy's Religious Life, Help to the Gospels -.
Confession bi Faith, Methodist Discipline
Dewees on Females, ditto on Diseases i. 09
Children, ditto on Midwifery.
Juvenile Spectator, Evenings at Home.
Franklin's W orks, Scientific Dialogues."
Byron's Works, Moore's Life of Byron.
Lexicon of Useful Knowledge, Convc "sta
tions on Common Things.
Peter Parley's Books for Youth.
Complete Letter Writer, Western Songster-.
of V ashington, Life of Marion, Lite of
Bonaparte Life of Nelson.
Virginia Housewife, Housekeeper s Manual.
,-i .,.r.i v.ii .-n.ei iiei i, 1'ooke's Pantheon. j
J.er and Scourer.
,..e of Alexander the Great, Life of Mohatn-
aeon, or Many Things in Few Words. v f
.vieiiiiec oh the Chest, Begin's Therapeutics,
j o ner's Special Anatomy, Johnson on the
Blount's Coast Pilot, Bowditch's Navigator.
Marsh's B mkkeeping, Jackson's" ditto
Buck's Theological Dictionary.
History of Paris, Humorous Songster.
Evening Entertainments, Scenes in Eurogt.
Mason's Improved Farrier, Hinde's ditto.
Irving's Mythology, Violin Preceptor.j
A variety of Entertaining Juvenile Books
Coloured Toys. '
'dii Vnrb PrimPT. Render nnd Table Rooks.
T , HiS The followinff DOPII-
iV , ' T, . S f V
leir Novels will be sold at40 cents per volume
Pelham, or Adventnrcs of a Gentleman.
Beatrice, a Tale,
Rybrent De Cruee,
Romances of Real Life, ,
Adventures of a King's Page;
Gaston De Blondeville,
Reuben Apsley, .
Devereux, bv the Author of PcITTaKi
The Country Curate,
The Prairie, a Tale, by toopf.r.
English at Home,
The Last of the Mohican.
Body and Soul,
The Lost Heir, . ,'-
Yes and No,
Tale of the O'Hara Family,
Fair Maid of Perth,
Paper, Quills, Wafers, Sealing NVaxLes,
Pencils, Ofhce Tape & Wafers, Ink Powder,
Tissue Paper, Slates, Pocket Books, Pocket
Maps of tire Southern and Western States,
Blank Day Books, Memorandum Books, and
A GENERAL ASSOfiTmJtsivi.
Such as Shipping Papers, Bins diffeTent
Vessels' Bills of Sale, Manifests, of the
kinds of Blanks used by the Con
Supcrior and County Courts,
stahles, jJSwtiW. , .