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jail, and tolpay fines to the amount of 83,050.
The Court did not order hirn icTstand commit
ted until the fines were paid, leaving the Uni
ted States to the civil process of writ and exe
cution o recover the amount. Writs of exe
cution against the goods of the defendant, fa.)
where issued and returned without success
( nulla bona;) and then in February 1830, writs
t . .lnf Avomiiinn a not fVin Wniltr VT, ft(L. WCTC IS-
etiatt-arty.-. Among J XtU. f he wriu
lru: w ' i nrpfp. nPTAr rtnmpH. and the defendant re-
Nothing appeared on the
Frrim the Bampr'Ajpicay
Cobbett whateverjmay behisdelinquencies
Jn other respects has since his election td
Parliament, done some service by bold speak
inff tnus'tar ire nas geneany ec
the rigKUide, that of popular rights against
..A;Vandh- sirrnnliTfid himself by telling
" . . r uA r.H-.. I mainprt in nrison
edge of the pom recordsuntS January lOthT when the papers
Trirt Jard Pol tol history of A. last Medhy the late Marsha., enaorsea "
the legislative aim F f ,ipi;Vprd nrsr to anv successor in omce.
r-i rr and tne rcauiuess w i . n wnicn ne - . :: . , ArA
On the llth ot January iaai, nic uticuuam,
ran quote day and dale, chapter, and verse, for
past actionand speeches, m?.ny of which the
right owners have occasion, to wish forgotten.
One of his speeches on the Irish Bill was re
markable for sundry home thrusts at Earl
. il f
siiPfl nut a writ of habeas corpus in me ou
preme Court of the U. States, as heretofore
nnWished. The Court granted the rule, and
on argument made it absolute, and granted the
o . - j; i j; 1
. . , , t ma' writ. I I1C ucicuuuu. v. - u.uw.ui-
Grey,--againstwhom he produced quotations w was immediately arrested upon new
from his own recorjed sentiments when m op- 8 ; without nnrnnrtino- to Hp 7,v,
wilts vl v j - - j- r t "
writs (writs reciting the issuing oi the lormer
to . a,, place ..where they .may be, kept in safety,
without being closely confinedthe sum of two
thousand five hundred dollars." . r
NEWBERN PRICES CURRENT.
position, which 50 the whole length in stigma
tising such a power as he now asks for, as ex-
treme, lawless, and unconstitutional tyranny.
So, in another speech, a part of which we quote
below, he takes Loid Plunkett to task, in a
. tone of sarcasm and invective which is certain
ly well merited by the apostate hrd, who now
form's one of an administration which are la
imnrinir tn outlaw ' his countrymen in mass.
vwfi. - 1 f
writs unsuccessfully,) and without having re
vised -the judgment by scire facias, although
several years have elapsed.
Upon the return ot these new writs, the mo
tion was made to commit, which was resisted
by the Counsel for Watkins, upon the following
1st. That the defendant could not lawfully
? Whig., have 1 be ftpciicd and held in custody upon the for-
their time in taking care ot themselves ana
thpiVrRlations. Earl Grey set them the first ex
ample, in providing out of the public purse for
"every man of his name and kindred, who could
i-nt t1fo rare o f himself; and Lord Plunkett
has but followed the example in pensioning his
own children. TheTe was a keen satire in the
remark of one of the staunchest opponents of
2dly. That these writs' ought not to have
been issued without previous scire facias,
more than a year and a day having elapsed be
tween the issuing of them and of the next pre
3dly. The fines were excessive, and amount
it- u n;n t-; ict tK rrnVahlp to a sentence ofperpetual imprisonment,
t re Irish Bill, m arguing against the prooaoie . r r r.uArA
. irri . 1 a: 1 ne uoun aeciuea in wvour di inc ucicuu
abuse 01 its provisions oy u.e dgi u uu.- int hich made the discussion
rers of government, eventhough the adminis- on ine "rSsl Poini' J"";" '
. 5, m s J?.L r c of the other two unnecessary.
tration snouiu De oeemeu wuruiy L ... r t,ii0
aencc-whenhe said, that the personal super, op " -
vision of the mtn.ster was mposs,ble over so Yehat no rnan Should be arrested twice for
rainy people. " were tariurey m as many -
inc havintr lippn arres-
. 1 ? r :!.. :AUa. kA .n.lrl Tiotro I tne
Viaces as nisown lamuy , Muuic, nciuuiu.m.
no effectual power to restrain abuses under
The following are Cobbetl's bitter quota
tions and comments upon Lord Plunkett's
fr. Cobbett said "In agitatinc and dis-
ussingthe subject of the repeal, they had a
riht to go back to the opinions wnicn were
expressed by public men at the time when the
union was first brought forward, notwithstand
ing those men might be in power now. The
unblfc carl at the head of the Government was
justly cited as an evidence; and their was) said
he honorable member, slapping the table with
huge force) another man whom I shall now
cite, and if there ever was a thing known which
, would make a man hate his name, the evidence
whic$.hc would now bring forward out of that
man's own mouth, ought to have that effect.
After using every argument that ingenuity,
same cause. naiRins iiavmg ucc anca
ted on a ca sa and discharged upon the return
of the habeas corpus was legally out of ar
rest; the only exception to the general rule
being a case of escape, in which, by legal con
struction, the prisoner is still under lawful
arrest. The United States might have the
full benefit of their judgment and execution
if the raarshall had duly returned the first writ
of ca sa, and the counsel had appeared for the
United States, and moved the committment.
But having neglected their rights on that oc
casion, they are estoped from pleasing the
negligence of their agents, and the retension
of the prisoner beyond the return day of that
writ was illegal.
An obiection was made in behalf of the U.
States that this rule applies to civil cases, and
that the present being a criminal ca?e was not
within the rule.
The Court ruled, that the process which the
United States sued out to recover the fine, is
truth, reason, or justice, could inspire him with
adopted in the distric
such writs for the re
that "such proceedin
ne as in cases when sirr
4ht. Uc.ft ,Cr nf mv Pvistpnrn. and uagmenvs uuwu.c. . F.w
ll'Wllir. Lll L1IL V I . 1
against the tm.on, after dcc.annS tne aw oy -r ' " fhat in craling
which it was encctea,iO De one wn.cn wuum, ---r recovery of fines, requires
1,onor.nJju.Ucc combined to repud.ate and "3,",ceedin h(fnld be had theron.
.i;.i.i9;m ibn nnrson to whom he referredsaid, inal suui puiuceuu . . .
ui3viiu., .-r ' ... . . . - Ucin mps whpn simi ar writs are issuea
-ttr-tt . A. M , - t IA 1 1 rt TrYC? I 11 I ' fUv
For HIV OWn pari 1 win resist. im iuuhuuo 7 , , . 7 ti,.
x ui my i -1 , ,jmnu nbtainpd in versonal suits. 1 he
Z h nr.inA f mv Hifinliitinn annroaches UniteO States, mereiore, rucccuutmyiu c
when the neriotl ot mv aissoiution approacnes, rp, e
: ... 1 h:i,ua recovery 01 nnes, dv exurtas yiai.o. m.
J.WU1, uwano aerwrnu-i, . . mo r.rt Hpri led on the anolication for
0 famnriswear them, as iiannioai, 10 F"-r . , . , .
if - ul. i l Mt tup 1 nirpd m.nr.p.q am
For these techical reasons the motion to com
mit was overruled, the writs ordered to be
quashed, and the defendant Watkins dischar-
5 . 1 .1 Ml
In this abstract wc nave, as vne rcauer win
eUnal htUi y 7-ain the invaders of my the habeas corpus that the united States
oSwSon,V (Cheers.) Such was fconnd. by the Maryland pract.ee, to pro
the declaration of the man to whom he allu
Washington, April 1833. .
Black Hawk and his son the Prophet
and his son, and the other Indian hostages sur
rendered under the late treaty, waited on the
President yesterday, to receive his orders.
The President met them kindly. He directed
the articles of dress provided for them to be
exhibited to them, and told the principal chief
that the whole would be delivered to him to be
distributed with a view to their common com
fort that they must repair immediately to
Fort Monroe, and remain there contented, until
he gave them permission to return to their
homes that the term of their detention depen
ded upon the conduct of their respective tribes
and that they would not be restored to their
families until it was ascertained mat me situ
ation of the treaty had been complied with by
their people, and all the bad feeling which had
- . .1 f 1
ed to the bloody scenes on tne ironuers Dan-
The Prophet replied to the President, and
said, that thev expected to be permitted to re-
, " . .1 1 - . il a. L
turn immediately to meir people ; uiai we war
in which thev had been involved, grew out of
their attempt to raise provisions, where they
. . , t j .1.-1 .1
supposed they naa a ngnt to ao so; mai uicy
Li . 1 1 II 4.1
had lost many 01 tneir people, as wen as mu
whites; that their tribes and iamihes were
now exposed to the attacks of their enemies,
thp Sioux and Menominees, and that they
hoped to be permitted to return to take care of
Black Hawk added to the remarks of the
Prophet, that they considered, that, like Keo
kuck, they had come to visit the President,
and, like him, would be permitted to return to
their homes. He entered into some brief ex
planation of the cause of the aggressions on the
The President told them in conclusion that
he was well apprized of the circumstances
which led to the disasters alluded to that it
was unnecessary to look back to them it was
his purpose now to secure the observance of
' . . w . f f
peace to prevent the ironuers irom neing a
gain stained with the blood of its inhabitants,
the peaceful and helpless: That they need
feel no uneasiness about their own women and
children they should not suffer from their en
emies, the Sioux and Menominees. He meant
to compel the red men to be at peace with each
other, as well as with their white neighbors.
That he had taken measures with this view,
and when it was ascertained that they were
ptTptunl when the tribes had learned that
the power they attempted to contend with, was
equally able and disposed to protect the peace
ful, and to punish the violence ot aggressors
when his information assured him that thsir
people in particular, were convinced of this,
and were disposed quietly and in good faith to
observe the terms of peace granted to them,
then they would be restored to their families.--He,
then, gave his hand to the Chief and dis
Rlark Hawk is not an ill-looking man. His
countenance is intelligent and not savage.
The Prophet, wc thinkrhas more the look of
the mischief-maker, and? indeed, he assumed
to be the principal in the interview with the
President. He was, we suppose, the instiga
tor of the massacres perpetrated on the frontier.
His utterence and manner, as well as his coun
tenance, indicated a dark and ferocious char
J W. Latimer Co.
MAVE lately received per Schooners Jn
bilee, Convoy, and Select, an extensive
and general assortment of . .. '
STAPLE AND FANCY
AMONG WHICH ARE THE FOLLOWING, Viz
300 pieces light fancy Chintz Calicoes from
6- to 35 cents per yard
70 pc8 French and English fancy Gingham
30 do Furniture Calicoes 10to25cis prVd
SO dp French Printed Muslins some of which
are of a superior quality
10 Pongee for Ladies dresses
Black and blue black Gros De Swiss sup'r qlv
Black and coloured Gros De Naples 4o to 95cf
Thread and Bobbinet Lace fedgings
and Plain and figured Bobbinet Lace
f t and 3 Henani Shawls, Silk Muslin do
Ladies Parasols, some of a superior qualitr
Gauze and Lustring Bonnet Ribbons
Belt Ribbon, Guard do, Linen and Cotton FW
White Blond Gauze Veils
Cut, all sizes above 4d. lh.G-a 6 cents Ladie9 Silk. and Cotton !ancy Hose
4d. and 3d. 00. v cenw Lad es and Gentlemen's Hoskin GWe
BEESWAX,lb."16 trlSittma -BUTTER,
do. 20 a 25
CANDLES, do. 12 a 15
COFFEE, do. m a 13f
CORDAGE, cwt. $ 15 a $ 1G
COTTON, do. 9 a 9 60
COTTON BAGGING Hemp, per yd 15a20cts
Flax do. 10 a 15
FLAX, per lb. 10 a 15 cts.
FLOUR, bbl. $ 7 .
Corn Meal, bushel, 65 70 cents
GRAIN Corn, bbl. $ 3 .
Wheat, bushel, $1
IRON Bar, American, lb. 5 a 6 cents
Russia and Sweedes, do. 6 a 7
LARD, lb. 8 cents
LEATHER Sole, lb, 15 a 25 cents
Hides do. 10 a 12 cents
LUMBER Flooring, M. $12
Inch boards, 00. o a y
Sinntlini7. do. 8 a 9
Snnare Timber do. 20 a 30
Shingles, Cypress, do.
Staves, W. O.hhd. do.
Do. R. O. do.
Do. W. O. barrel do.
Heading, hhd. do.
Do. barrel, do.
MOLASSES, gallon, 2 7a 30 cents
150 a 2
16 a 20
8 a 10
18 a 22
81 a 10
a Atm .-yv ay
Wrought, do. 10 a zu cents
NAVAL STORES Tar, bbl. $1 10
Turpentine do. $ 1 50
Pitch do. 1 40
Spirits Surpentinc, gallon, 25 cents
Varnish, gal. 25 cents
OILS Sperm. gal. $ I a 1 20
Whle & Porpoise do. 35 a 40 cents
Linseed. do. $1 20 a 1 30
PAINTS Red Lead, lb. 15 a 18 .'ents
White Lead, ground in oil, cwt. $ 10
PEASE Black eyed, bushel, 60 a 65 cents
Grey eyed, do. 45 a 60
FROVISIONS Bacon, lb. 7 a 8 cents
Beef, lb. 3f a 4 cent3
Pork, mess, bbl. $ 14
Do. prime, do. 11 50
Do. cargo, do. 9
SALT Turks Island, bushel, 45 a 50 cents
Liverpool, fine do. 60 a 70 cents
SHOT cwt. $8 a 10
SPIRITS Brandy, French, gallon, $ I 50 a 2
Apple do. 50 a 60 Peach do. 80 a 100 cents
Rum, Jamaica, 120 a 150cents
Do. Windward Island, 80 a 90 cents
Do. New England, 35 a 40 cents
GIN Holland, gallon, f50 a 160 cents
Do. Country, 40 a 50 cents
Whiskey, 35 a 40 cents
STRRL German, lb. 16 a 20 cents
Do. English. 10 a 12 cents
SUGARS Loat; lb. 16a 18, Lump, 14 a 15 cents fr0:n New York cost.
Plain and Bordered Mn.
Cambrick H'd'k's (cheap)
2 cases Leghorn Hats (cheap)
f $ and f damask Table diapers
f and 1-4- " " cloths
Gothic Window Shades, a new article
Artificial Flowers, Bead Bags, blk Nankin
Blue, Black, and Mulberry Broad Cloths
Blue, Blk, Green and Brown Crape Camblefc
Brown, Blue, Black, and Green Groghans?
Light and dark Rouen Casimeres
Light and dark Erminetts
Russia Sheeting, Cotton Cassimere
Bird's Eye and Russia Diapers
Silk, Cotton and Gum Elastic Suspender
Irish Linens, some are very fine, (cheap)
& 5 brown anil bleached Cotton Sheetins
a f and Bed Ticking
brown and bleached Shirtings
60 dozen Palmeto Hats,
3 bales Cotton Yarn, (some very fine)
5 cases Gent's, black, white and drab Hats
Gent's. Valesses, Seal &. Leather Trunks
General assortment of Ladies & Gent's Shoes
And many other Fancy and Staple Articles
all of which will be sold at a small advance
Do. Brown,- do. 7 a 9 cents
TEAS Imperial, do. 160 a 180 cents
Gunpowder, do. 180 a 200 do.
Ni'wbern, April 19, 1833.
Was he alive?
And where was that man?
Was ! he an exile from his injured, his deplor
ed country ? Had. he fled the scenes of her
?. rrUri Po V e "h " K observe noticed only the leading .points
m ik Ao nrLcntlord chancellor of Ire- precisely m the order of the .opinion .tat b
land! Lanihtcr.) Yes indeed, could it be? My condensed lor me sane o. peru..
iu:ii 'a ,.i bn bnt an court were unanimous in the opinion.
Udlll 1 IU1 ' ItulUllUt v X
.nl V.r,4r,,i .inctimr iVp. kpp.np.r n.nd
c a nirli wprfi tn ho From the Globe of Wednesday.
cast the unhappy men who now sought to vin- The disti qguished Indian ir arriors Muk-ka-dicatc
his opinions. And where, too, are all ta-mish-a-ka-kaik, (BLACK HAWK,) W aw
the young Hannibals? Immense shouts of ba-kec-shik, Prophet;) Na-pope; Pama-ho;
laughter. Where those youthful martyrs Na-Mn-ew-is-kiick, (Black Hawks eldest son ;
u-h m h xvas to swear at the altar aye, Pa-wa-sheet, (adopted son of the Prophet,)
THE FALKLAND ISLANNDS.
The Falkland Islands seem destined to be
the perpetual cause of dissension, and for aught
wc can see, without being of any substantial
value to any nation, j The last accounts fiom
1 AJl till. U 'UiiUlll wjA wtiwm . , . r, 1 , 1
sake of perspicuity. The Buenos Ayres, of the English expedition, have
11 " m .. tn 4ha m ntfor orH xtra have
the United States, the Argentine Republic, and
Great Britain fairly embroiled in a controversy
about a barren Island in the Atlantic, with a
reasonable probability that another party will
shortly be added to the melee. These same
islands have once before been a subject for;
contention between Spain and England, who ,
.i i i i r a a i
" ' -' i ;..4 nn tnn nrinii ni rr war in shllip inp.ir
- ,wcar to eternal hostility against the invaders have arrived at the seat of bovernmenf. from J . and aven.e mutual a..ret.
a c i wru i,n,r?L pttpr.snn liarracKS. 1 nev wert; conuucieu r ;r. - . . . , i
Ot ntSCOUIlliy a iicvuum . fificic wcii nn-; ' " . X r.,
He would tell me where they were and what hither by Lieut. Alexander, of the Army, m
they were doing. There was Hannibal the coniormuy wuu uici8uh;..
Wc understand that these celebrated Chiefs
of the Sac and Fox Tribes are held as "hos
NEW SPRING GOODS.
I Tf AS just returned from New York, with
LI a general assortment of
Hardware, Crockery, & Glassware,
ANONO WHICH ARE
Handsome printed Muslins,
Light fancy Prints,
Pink, striped and coloured Ginghams,
Plain and figured Book Muslins,
Plain and figured Swiss do.
Jaconets, Cambric, and Mull do.
Embroidered Crape Handkerchiefs,
Figured Gauze do.
I F.orttno Knrrlprffl flo.
White Lace Veils, worked Muslin Capes,
Nankeens, Superior H. S. Gloves,
Palm Leaf Hats, &c. &c.
ALSO A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
SPRING AND SUMMER
THE undersigned begs leave to inform
his custohiers and the public generally,
that he has just returned from New York, tad
is now opening at his Store n Pollok-Streel,
one door West of Mr. rumpson s corner.
A WELL SELECTED ASSORTMENT 07
SPRING & SUMMER
Together with a general supply of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY,
AND GLASS WARE,
GR O ( SERIES, &c
1 case Gentlemens' fashionable Hats,
1 case Satin
And every other Article usually kepi in
assorted Stores. All of which will be sold low.
Newbern, 19th April, 1833.
first flausrhtcrl the hon. and rev. Thomas
Plunkett, dean of Down, in the gift of the
crown, including a district of six parishes
' bless his capacious soul !" (a laugh a ben
efice of 2,893 per annum. Then comes Han
nibal the second the hon. John Plunkett, an
n t 1 A t rA i O f V lallnr nC Tuniiicr
sions. l ne ceicuivu 1,11 wuwtu,
has made the circumstances familiar to most
readers. The Islands were in possession of
the English who fere dispossessed in June
1770 by an armed Spanish force, under the
. . . I . A .wf TIT Knarm- ivhn nantnrpn Fort
jb aT I . J mi. . a A. - X I I I I I II I I 11 I II I m W m M. M-M ws m aw m v v w w H v K. w w
tacres tor the luturc gooa conuuci 01 me iaie . . , l ,.
hoSsrilc bands," in conformity with he 7th Egmont Th.s violent proceed.ng was commu
.! Vi.rrT,.;,vnfPnrt Armstrong made nicated to parliament in he King's speech
mv-ivi.v M.A j . - - - -aU i.roimn that hf hnrl marift an immpri .
the yist pi vitu -"-- ..j,.. , :r ... , ;l ,
Sugar, Coffee, Rum, Gin, Brandy,
Beer, Cider, I obacco, &c. &c.
Together with numerous other articles,
which he offers low for Cash or Country pro
duce, at his store on Pollok Street, one door
above John Templeton's.
Newbern, April 26th, 1833.
Price 371- Cents,
And sold by Thomas Watson.
SPRING AND SUMMER
MAS just opened a rich and beiutifcl
SPKING AND SUMMER
Of the most fashionable descriptions
he will sell at reduced prices.
MAS the pleasure to inform nis
and the publick, that he to Wf
TTDRACTICAL PROOFS of the Soundness j ved from New York, by schooner ut j,
I- m a 1 . 1 . .
harrictnr Ot tno COUniVr OI flrlpat.fi DV IIICSO tuilicuciaicu
300. Crown prosecator-oh! oh! and there Sept. 1833, and by Mb General Scolt and att do himseIf justiceb rus.J
will be business 5oon for h.m-800 and anoth- Reynolds on the part of the Un ted btates. Pgg WJ8 terminate(i by a nrgociation in
r appointment of 300-mak,ng a total of These Indians ate nowron their way to Fort ybbtained an acknowledge-
1.700 a year for this youthful patriot. Next Monroe, with the v,ew to their greater perso- wwc p y B
A . inn 11 fin n ",i pnnuoniuui'M si Till fii.i.uiiiiuuuutiviii Am '
UIUU uiv ituiii lqiu "ui vj u la . liinv
illH U C SI vi I'1 v D I a. -
ivcar Arain, a fourth Hannibal starts forth sons and liberty, as would not perhaps, com
- - - . 1 . - 1 c
ett, protnonotary aim T i.4M -i- 5VuV:- I..: " restoring
. l " , i i i t-i nil Ka in nnrvtAw t MAvvt- i Amc no n r UH;ir i. urn iialivci
Of Common pleas in ireiauu, wm5m,ucai xju, - aKandnn it
III Lll W sA V A V w VVl Ult VV4 MMV. 'WW-- I
. render of the matter jin dispute the Spaniards
the Fort, and the English agreeing to
after the restoration.
The controversy has been opened again by
' " r ..I. w y.t . . 1 .
WtZ ;S ofPatrirk Plunkett, who as secre- portcxactly with our institutions be agreeable the act ot the l,Ko, n taking possession again.
!j.?eS r-il,nw rommikon received to the Presidenthence their removal to the Spain will probablv revive her pretensions,
ijiv fcw w.a,.a - . i j , .i i.A Rnonna A vrpan ixovernmpnt will npr.
man. ori rnm nthnr sources an income auo-. .nauuc uoraer, wnicn musi greauy meiiuiare auu w. x,w t . - "
9U0 : ana irom omer sources au liiv, r.J . . f ., , , wkvIAr ihpi United Stateii will havi
rroflr . n"f 100. The Hon. aud Kev. v. piwcm suuauon oi mese misgmucu auu --; -
llavA Pl.in'-ott nnvt nut. in his claim, but ne
Ll of the Hygeian System of Phisiology,
ffivinsr incontrovertible testimony to the amic-
tea, ot tne inesumaDie vaiue oi luuniouw
VEGETABLE UNIVERSAL MEDICINES,
ncludincr. with other matter, the origin of Life,
and cause of all Disease explained, an entirely
new view of the Origin ot the smallpox virus,
and of its being most certainly eradicable, or
rendered harmless, and sundry cases ot iure,
with most important information connected
with the successful promulgation, ot tne ny-
geian System in the United Statesjot America.
March, 25 1833. I
ra i w
nnfnrtnnate mon nf Ko rc oc nnw. at Fort anv nart or lot in the matter is uncertain, it is
- w m. KllV T OWUJI 1 .'I .A m .
m m i 1 i ammam nA . . " i i a Ia iMttr nkT i i ill i nriiiii 5 1 l 1 1 n i i 1
.nmi hp rnnsulpred an ill used man, lor thougli """'"i ")' -"uparauvey, may De si urge, o r--r
flust be consiuerea an 1111 use- m 8 restricted only to the limits of that great colonists left, natives there never were any
MlnbersfiWr oT Brav ! work. Here toofthey may see the " bU.ef.ee do not declare themselves independent, and by
JHM..Heni o-i.iroi uray. aniftflc be)esscon. estabiishing a government constitute them-
- -"ii.v- . f. I . 1 . 1 .... I
. "Mr. Cobbett ye" vicar of Bray, yet genial 10 weir nature man their own green selves
.his income was but 470, with house and prairies of the West; ye perhaps they may be which i
glebe. The Hon. Robert Plunkett another reminded of the boundless tract on which, m -price
i' .1. , . . . i k hano irnnp. ItlPV hnrl Hnn . -1 An "
selves into a State competent to do all acts,
in Governor! Hayne s phraseologo, any
i" a potentate, or power, may ot right
of e meAnS; list of deroM d.y that have gone, they had been accustomed U A BtUj. nTHfication of UnsUndmight be
ami V." - tnrnsm. nt USB in SeilHIltt M"a""" .v.. .way .ac
V understand that this disposition of Rlar.k difficulties and be followed by consequences
Case of Tobias nvo-Tj,. r...:l wwL- and the hostages named in the treatv. entirely disoroportioned to its real value, and
Intelligencer of vesterdav pW;-.u .n.pi.llv nrovided for by an act of Congress. h tho. means o! saving long embarassmg and
of. the Uv States Circuit'Court for the Circuit, from which, as it is at hand, he will give the perhaps some bloodshed. The next best thing
in uiexase oruie u. atate vs. Tobias Watkins extract: would perhaps be a general aoauuouroani oi
It occupies nearly five of the spacious columns "For the expenses of twelve prisoners of the whole set of islands by common consenL
ot -tnat -apcr, uuiiuc parucuiar points of the war of the Sac and b ox turnes, now m connne-i ytwmwMTiy f.w.
; lecision are lew ana easily abstracted for the ment, and to be held as hostages, under the
nf bf the general reader. The reasoning I u K trpatv with the Sacs and
and authorities cited are for the lawyers alone. Foxes, of twenty-first of September, one thou
AVatkins was sentenced, on his conviction in sand eight hundred and thirty-two, embracing
V August 1829, to three terms of imprisonment; the cost of provisions fc clothing, compensation
of trnre months iV;?,6.?1.0?0. dntexpre!ter,9fi?cosf rprqtinfin
PTnHE subscriber will open a School at hib
residence on Craven otreet, on tne hrst
of April next, in which will be taught most of
the branches ot an ungnsn ruucanon. mi&
terms for tuition will be three dollars per quar
ter. Such of the students as may wish to be
provided with Board, Washing, &,c, will be
accommodated upon reasonable terms. In
struction in the various kinds of plain and orna
mental Needlework will be given by Mrs. Kay
to such of the female scholars as may desire it.
Newbern, March 22d, 1833.
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
SPRING AND SVMMtti
Among which are the following.
Super Green, Brown, and Black CKA'
A handsome assortment of
Marseilles and Silk STINGS,
With a variety of other articles suiU
miHE subscriber has on ""IT
1L bacco, Spanish and half Spanish
which he offers by retail upon modera
Craven streei a
at his Store on
of the Bank of Newbern.
Godwin, the author of "Caleb Williams,"
who has just sent forth another novel, Delo
raine,;is upwards of eighty years of age. He
100 prizes of $1000.
NEW YORK LOTTERY.
Extra Class No. 15 to be drawn Wednesday,
$20,000 highest prize.
820,000, 10,000,5,000, lOof 3,000, 100 of 1000,
16 of 500, &c. am'e to $366,080.
A package of 22 whole tickets, by certificate
cost 8124 package of Halves, 862 package
of Quarters, 31 Eighths, SIO w.
THOMAS WATSON, Agent i d 0
bern and vicinity, has J
additional supply of MORISON 8 ce
Newbern, March 20, 1833.
JVeuse River Free Brtdgc
Newbern, 26tb April, 1833-