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vN.OR1DM. (DA MO Ij IMA, SENTiJtffilL..
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.MHKnTV, TBI-! CONSTITUTION CVIOV
GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK.
The New York papers of t,ho 3d inst. furnish the
following particulars of a most lestructive conflagra
gration, which occurred in that city early on Wed
From the Dailv Advertiser.
The South. We have inserted in another co
lumn, a pregnant article from the Richmond En
qmrer, on the present situation and feelings of par
ties in the Southern States!
The statement made, that there is a partv in the
South, organising for the purpose of producing a se
paration of the Union, is unquestionably true in eve
ry cwcuuai particular. I he most Zealous leaders of
coiftuviivftNKlii KUUKCLUour the C&rohna nn ifWra KrirW tk -
BUILDINGS DESTROYED--FORTY many occasions-indeed sW of tl em such as the
HORSES BURNT TO DEATH Attorney General of South r8m f r w 2 T
, - .7 "1 M. KJlllllll,
WTmTBm dam a to
Nidlification Logic t bruited about, that Mr. j
lainouu mm nis mends the NuMifivers. intend to
make common cause with the U. S. Bank, and to
secure its aid n return. Th parties. h. vino- a com
mon motive to some purh coalition in their mutual , VOU will appear on Parade, on Saturday uexU
state of desp ration, will scarcely allow any trifle of at half past 3P. M. in frontof St. John's Lod"e
inconsistency to interfere with their designs in this equipped agreeably to the Regulations of the Corfi
respert. It is true, Mr. Calhoun has professed to or Danv, and in Summer Uniform. By order nf f h
pose the Bank upon constitutional grounds of obiec-1 Captain,
FRIHAY, MAY IO, 133.
tion and the U. S. Telegraph has time and a wain
I mi.)- similar nvniv.ib. Srt alsr IWessra Clr,r T:.i
We have the painful duty to record one of the Esq. boast of itand take credit in avowing that die and Sareant, and other friends of the Bank"
V . . L LL J t ' T I 1 I ' . -1
most aesoiatmo conflagrations with wnicn our cny uipy nave -no iove lortne union." w.,,r nr..A mnnnna n ficnt nn n rch j
has ever been afflicted. The fire commenced about We see also from the! Richmond Enouirer the I nnnnetiiii'nnn1 Pint Biirplv those who have; m;irUpfi
11 o'clock, last niffht. in the extensive stables of tricks made use of to create a prejudice in the South- Mr Pihn.-n'c , n.,r or thp roniw of the Bank, will
ttr T ..... 1 fpscra linnr. in A Rrnirii nl tha n'nrrtPT fif "Hudson I eHl DeOnle aCTflinst the North. Tlie nil VP miDt;nn ! - . r .r Mnt 1
f:rt. 1 11. vv ARUi ui wiihiuw, iiuuiurirs us 10 1 - -M'ii' -""" .. ----- i, -- s - - euuu (iui lmiifftne lor a momeiii inti auy sum ui
.Tlii lw lnl L J n I . CI . 1 I f . siil.l Hn ran. haa hDon morla -r li-kfrnac ruooirtni h I . ' ... f .
. . l. .iMi:nAa k;m. a nUto tn irtuu iiik oireew,anu uciore nwiPmucciuuiu . ..o x. .,c.t, ...,..... ricsi lur tiunirs wi! nresent an ohtacie to a peneci coauuon
state tnar ninru. WV" ; '""Mdered, upwards of forty horses perished in the names, agitators to hnnff the country on the vere of con- between the narties, or to the support of the Bank
the " 1 1 bih - - wiv i i ne hiock Dounoea ny nunson, rf
7T States- I and Hammond
J twenty minutes
We twre present on I uesday last when Dr. Louis communicated to the adjoining block, taking a wes- 1 nere is not tne slightest disposition in tne rvortn to nsed to speak for Mr. Calhoun on this suhj
the late Senator from that county, announ- rly direction, wmrn very soon arter snareu u iuun r ik , or irouwe tne smve property 01 nave never heard him say w
April 12, 1S33.
inK. UMXIIHlili nuioiuu nut VtT rt C IICirUX 'C'l llliiLllIGU.lv Is DiiSL I rr 1- I ' M r ..n.l .. hiotiAn hir inp u.,;
streets, was burnt to the ground ir. wnen the people ot the INortn can ne worked upon, Bank r P.s;:.! nr th conrlnsive Wic of the U,. .j
. .t . H-f I' 1 T W'tUV-l k"" - - e I mi. 1. IX 11 Vi win
Irom its breaking out; itpeeoiiy or tne purpose oi aiding the feoutnern nuini vers. u. S. Telegraplv which savs: " We are not autho-1 lhU mnntu
T-.4 A k.i ihn nrlnrl which had I the. Smith. The frtv 1 1 rir nanpra rmt nn hv ncritn- I" ;. r..,.- r . i. . , .
ip i v. . . -. , . s-ciiuc luic. xinwuv uiio t-iiii iii i"u, .. . . -- - K"r i - " mui ui me renewal oi me cnaner. v
eel 0 the peopled unsiow nis intention ot being a been high during the day, now freshened into a gale tors, are not known have no circulation and can t: that he is opposed to all hanks and believe
nwli'frtc to represent the District of Wilmington in - the flames soon crossed to the westerly side of Ham- never bring a single ripple over the surface of socie- " he favors the renewal of the charter of th
next Congress. His address on the occasion was
WH received, nd the unanimity of feeling in his
vor was too evident to he mistaken. Onslow will
ini a nearly unanimous vote, and we are in-
clinecrto believe that the Republicans of ihe Dtrict
rrenerally, will prefer iim to the late incumbent.
re that if
mond street, and shortl v after the entire row Ironting ty in this section ot the Union. " ol the United States, it will be on hi nnrt an anti-
on Perry street and extending all the way to VV ash- The ground assumed, and the advice given by the bank measure That is if Mr. Calhoun advo-
mgton street, comprising altogether lour squares, was linquirer, are precisely what every sensime person cates and votes for the Bank.it will be because he
in a blaze. i tne iorth has adopted tor some time past, it the Ms opposed to it! Admirahlefoicf and admirable
LianuaGre can scarcely uescnoc me scene ui tun- xiujuircr unci us pairioiic co-aoiuiors ui me ooum, consisiencv : juoamj Artrus
. - " . . I 1 1 I . I r . . . . . ' .. . -r-r r. 1 ' )
fusion and consternation at this moment nunnreas tane care oi tne rights, as well as oJ the union ot
NEWBERN AND NEW YORK
THE substantial and fast sailing Packet
Schooner PEEDEE, Captain Tolson,
in the aboe trade during the Sum-
sau tor iNcw York on the 1 7th oj
For freight or DassaorA. havitur
htherhe irr not s''P'',a0"''nda.io3, ,ppfy to The master
Newborn, May 10, 1833.
of families who had removed their furniture to places the States, we in the North, will cive the nullifyers 11 ls understood as certain that William J. Duane, 1
supposed by them to be secure, were now seen flying not a morsel of combustible material, to feed their Esq. of this city, has been appointed Secretary of the '
. 11 . t f . i' r .i it l I i7 f" i: : i n 1 . I 11 J
in everv nirection neioreine lurvoi uie u nuhoiuui" uj uisuiwun imu sen:irai on. t'ennsuicuniuii. "rpcnrw r.r (ho TTr. aA Q.,. .1
!... . 1 . rr -r r J . v. - 1 . 1 t vumu uuucb iu suittcU ilr. 1V1C-
nn.amit nri7Pi tnctfltpthnt I iinMia Kiv li ;i 1 1 . : i r. K; r-r. I I "
i -r eiemeui: in nmny iiisuinuirH lunniure unci "uuK it- I T onu ,t. ,i. i-v . . I
n,i;,U0 l rrncpnt Ihp Pannty nf nnctmu in mv.,l ,Wrnve,l th fire VIUmAJIA DIPUT ' " mrilUCUl UI OKUC
iuuii mi- uv u-T.; v-iwuw vw C..iv,.o w "rl A-Vnnrw STPPm-anv no SnooL-ar IP HniKP
.1.. Qnnnto nnd thnt1 0 iiMtn. TnnTPanv Flsm. is n
, , . - cinders, children, half naked were to be s
candidate to represent said county in the House of to an(i fro, crying for their parents, am
Commons ot the next general Assembly despair shnckng the names ol the
l he destruction of property dur
1 narent3 in Ul "preseiiiaiives, is elected in tne menmonu ois-
Sonthei-n Prosperity. It is with unfeigned nlea-
ir'children ! trict in Virginia, by a majority of 500. This is one I ZTl "r TT unif '?
iU. r f i .. nourishing town, established within the short period
ring this appalling 0f the f?reat.est blows which Nullificntion bnR ever re- Lc l u: . T3i..,. t:... p
ii t ' . 1 . . ' V.7A irl panA mucf Pm irn haon immrci on. I trio PVtpnT Ot I .. X . . I - 1 -
we nave appropruueu u conmurniuw pu " , ' , " , ivelHIi Virginia. A most violent ooposition was
,hi,morn,SV paper to the ..otaiUof oCscvera.s- 3' rnCfflinni?'! "-fo he Speaker ,he partizanoT U,e Carv
tructivc and recent fires. ! mnnt Pn . hut. from the abatement of the wind, to- linaloctrine : hut Virmnin ia vet .sound to the core.
gether with a full supply of water in constant play, at The "doctrine." has snstnineH n ir,, font
We publish the following letter from the Post Office the corner of Perry and Washington Btreetn, it was The Richmond E nauirer ma there will be. a deci-
DcDartment ?br the information of such of our citi- supposed it progress would be effectually stopped at
zens as are interested in the mails.
POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT,
1st May, 1833.
Postmaster at Newbern, N. C.
From the American.
Thus far the Daily Advertiser of this morning.
We now add all the authentic information we could
gather on the spot.
The fire is supposed and asserted by many to have
been the. work ot mcendianes-
ded and overwhelming majority in the next Legis
lature againet nullification. Virginia is true to the
back-bone. She goes against the mad politics of
South Carolina. She is devoted to the Rights and
to the Union of the States. Ibid.
: ! i : 1
. - . . - a MtT 1 H I lir. W fllM 111 I 1 1 Illllrl I 1 f--J I 1 I.I I I I II I I. II
S.r,-UnKouteio.l,b,J.15eH,h.Sq. Contractor, K nr . fft . sn . nnwp . nflh' . The Globe mentions the receipt of a letter from
the Postmaster General directs the following schedule six or peven men were sleeping, who all with great Commodore Porter, iii which that gentleman speaks
to be observed on anrfaer the 12th May inst. difficulty wed their livessome by jumping from of suffering from severe indisposition. His language
Should the Contracter ever fail to comply with the the window about 17 feet high, hut no material da- . , , . (- . , f .
. . I3 . maire was done: one cobred man rot his face dread- 18 "a ve just crept, Irom the edge ot the grave.
same, you win please give immediate information to fally eut in defending. We understand Kipp & The editor of the Globe remarks that Mr. Porter's
the Department ; stating the cause, if known. Brown are not insured at all their loss is very great : abode is very unhealthy. He mentions in his letter
Leave Newbern for the South, every Wednesday, 8 carriages were burnt, which cost them $800 each, that from hie window,! he sees a succession of corses
JiYhJ-iv ui I Mondav at 7 P M and 3o horses worth upon an average from 8 80 to , . it ' . . A r
f kZZL Hon t'he Qnnih everv ATnndnv 100 Otofth?41 horses, 5V6re taken OUt t0 the nt f Wt,nff
Arrive at Newbern Horn the South, every Monday, a,j 2 of whJch gince (ead ' forty or fifty unbried bodies were lying in his view
Ve(jnrBday and t nday oy l 1 . M. The conflagration spread very rapidly. At the at the place of interment
LcavcNewlicmfortheiorth,samedaysat8P. M back oi Kipp oc lirown's stables was a warehouse,
Arrive at Newbern from the North every Wednes
day, Friday and Sunday by 5 P. M.
Your obedient Set vant,
G. K. GARDNER,
Asst. P. M. General.
occupied as a siore room ior articles oi a comnustiDie I Destruction of a British Convict shipand
nature, by John C. Morrison, chemist, which it Lrwif mj nf rjrM.f!ant. Wili;K. r th Snit-in.
supposed contributed materially to spreading the fiie. at Baltimore, who leftiRio on the 24th February, re
Nearly all the buildings in the rear were wooden, ports that two English ships had arrived there hav
and in another building, immediately at the back, jng on board about seventy persons whom they had
owned by Kipp & Brown were 700 or 800 bundles of p;cieci np at a. From their statement, it appeared
straw. that, the British shin Britannia, bound from F.nodnnd
t. rm r- en.w The conflngration extended through Bank, Ham- to Van Deiman's Land, with upwards of two hundred
LATE AND IMPORTANT r ROM bl AIN. mond and Perry street, and it is calculated that all convicts on board, accidentally took fire at sea, while
Private accounts rereived in New York, from mcvt the. houses thm stood on eight acres of ground are the mate was drawing liquor from a cask in the run,
ro,9Kk. ennrre, dited Cadi Miirch 23 hrino- d"estroyed. There arc various reports as to the num- and burned to the water's edge. More than a hun-
r .1 . n' n.ri loft f, ir: i thir.M x o these buildings, but we suppose Irom 130 to dred persons, men and women, perished in the
information that Don Carlos left Madrid on the lfith, 150 at ,easf Xmon lflR chief is Mr. Moses flames. After the vessel took fire, the raw and some
in company with the Duchess de Berra, for Lisbon. Spiers, who owned a weaving establishment of some of the passengers constructed rafts, on which about
They left the capital at 5 o'clock in the morning with- importance. seventy embarked, and were fo- tunately saved from a
out producing any excitement. ! , There are a great many Htmilies reduced to abso- yater grave by the timely approach of the two
J.. Z ; . ... . lute want, and we are glad to see that a public meet- vessels above alluded to. On their arrival at Rio de
The important movement, which was expected by has been called to "render aid to the numerous Janeiro, a subscription was opened for the relief of
some o' the public writers in Europe at our last dates, sufferers. The fire came upon many so suddenly, that the sutlerers,and about $4,000 had been raised when
but which was regarded as rnther doubtful, has there- thuy had hardly time to escape with their lives some the Sultana sailed, j
. i , ' , j i "ot in the streets with only what they had on when TThe above was ho doubt the wreck some fratr
iore been made; and the results must be regardel as f. . u i t , . r - ... ifiniuuui uu. wraK, wmt ir.ig
........ f . " they retired to bed. In some instances, furniture ments of which were brought to this port by the
faborablc to the oest interests ot fcpain. ha(1 to he removed three or four times, and many whalino- ship Martha. The Captain of the Martha
Carlos, the chiet object ot general apprehension articles were hurnt in the street. expressed his belief oh his arrival, that the unfortu
amoiKT ihe friends of libertv as well as the Queen's Vc '-card one man remarif, that iate last nigntne nate vessel was a British c6nvict ship. A V. Uaz.
. ". " J " - . . . . 4- . . 1 . 1 I
, , .. . removed all his lurnitpre into a nouse mat ne was
piiny, is now iiuut:r me cyrf, liiki hi met greany at
the disposal ol France and England ; who by means vestige of it remained
rf their present 'ad vantages may have it in their
power to exert a more important influence in the Peninsula.
Volumes on the subject of political economy could
not prove more satisfactorily the advantages of the
course pursued by the United Stnrtes, than such ai:
article as the following. We commend it to the es
pecial notice of those who rejoice equally in the suc
cess of American industry, no matter where located,
or in what pursuits.
From the Louisiana Advertiser.
Amsterdam, (Mississippi.) We are indebted to a
correspondent at Amsterdam, (Miss.) lor the follow
ing sketch. Our happy country advances so rapidly;
so many new towns are founded, so many settlements
and improvements made, as to require a new gazet
teer, like, a new almanac, every year to describe
them. Towns and enterprise too will extend more
rapidly with the making ot roads and canals
This flourishing town, situated on a beautiful Bluff
of the Big Black River, about one hundred miles
above its junction with the Mississippi, had its origin
about 12 months ago. It now contain: a population
of 150, abou 50 houses, some of them elegant; 6 dry
croods stoic?, some oi the stocks very heavv, 2 groce
ries, 2 spacious cotton warehouses, a new church, a
post office which is supplied with the mail six times a
week, by a tour horse stage, and at which about titty
newspapers and a dozen pamphlets are regularly re
ceived. AH this is the improvement of one year
Being situated in the heart of an exceedingly fertile
and densely populated count rj'", and at a point on
Big Black River to which steamboats can ascend
Kwith safety; Amsterdam bids fair ere long to become
one of the most important places in the new and in
teresting State of Mississippi.
There is a pleasant letter going the rounds of the
coalition prints, in which Gen. Jackson is declared to
have indulged in numberless oaths and exclamations
in relation to anti-masonry. As u?ual with the re
presentations of the coalition press and their hireling
letter purveyors, the language of the President was
as profane and vulgar as their own malice and in
tentions. We marvel that the letter has not been
transferred to the chiiste columns of the Daily Ad
vertiser. Every thing of this sort however gross
and bad has been garnered up there. Surely this
cannot be too gross tor its appetite. 'True, in this
case, as in other cases, it is known to be, and the
Globe has pronounced it to be, an entire fabrication
another of. the. fictions of the ingenious coalition
manufacturers but surely a trifle of that sort ought
not to prevent its free circulation among the preten
ders to "all the decency," &c. Ibid.
SPRING AND SUMMER
Just received, per Schooner Coiro&
Belts and Gloves,
Rich figured Gros dc Naples, for botuteis
Crape de Chine Shawls,
Coloured Gros de Naples,
Pongges, &c. &c.
All of which will be sold at the lmvnst
prices by j. VAN SICKLK.
May 10, 1S33.
SPRING AJVD SUMMEk
MAS just opened a rich and cantiful
SPRING AND SUMMER
Of the most fashionable descriptions, vh
he will sell at reduced prices.
this day to have occupied, and this morning not a The Italian Opera; has utterly failed in N. York.
On SJn nrrlar nliThf OTth nil their rorointa worn iK! 1 HO
. . . Ifl till 1 IUI 111 J ItlClIb W I Ul Uib IIIV II I Aj'ktJ tjf A VV
ITliJLJly till." I U II 11 1 1 11 rilVlVll. HA LMVv Jlll.fVl UUUU lUU- I . fCBt
ins for their goods, not knowing, up to eleven o'clock, whlle tRfe,r expenses were $485.
whether tliev had saved an article. Much we learn
waa stolen and the nicknockets were on the alert
We further learn, that in spite of the surmises of one or tWo were taken to the police office.
f 1'itn T-iT II rr it'll it1 ? rr n n ! " innfrtnL n r--hr trkl
been made in the Spanish Ministry, although there
were many rumors afloat in relation to the subject.
Office of the Newport Mercury,
Newport, April 29, 1833.
LATE FROM MATANZAS.
ThcshipBoy, Captain Pitman, arrived here yes
terday,' in 43 days frptn Matanzas. Captain P. in
forms that the Cholera was raging there to a fright
ful extent; the deaths were said to be upwards of 100
Mr. ADAMS vs. n. LIVINGSTON.
Some one has remarked, that of all the senses in
the world common sense is the most uncommon. Be
EIGHT DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. this true or not, it is certain that Mr. John Q. Adams daily, but such was the state of alarm, that no accu
The ship South America, from London, at New- has less common sense in ptoportion to his remarka- rate information could be obtained. All business was
York, brings Liverpool papers to April 2nd. The ble acquirements, than any other man, who has been suspended, and theebmmunication with the country
- - . t , .... ... . T,L... was entirely cut off. i
irisn cinorcmg oiu was reau a mini time in the among us. nis pen runs away wun mm. ruieiori- Matanzas, April ! 12. "The Cholera is racing
House of commons, on t he 29th of March, and passed cian, poet, Dialectician and above' all Controversial- here with much fury ; it is impossible to form any cor
ny a maioritv of 259 votes. On the following rlnv it iKt. he must fimire before the nublic and he must rect opinion of its rayacres, although 1 have endeavor
r..i?un ,mk, t.... ct i Li u.j r.. u u: t ed to do so I even question whether the Government
. ' I itspirhna rAtnrn nt tn nnmhflr n interments : ol the
mane the order of the day for Monday, April 1st. j " Edward Livingston, Grand High Priest ofthe Gen- nnmhr nr raRPa T L-nnw it has not. for I heard one of
eral Grand Royal Arch Chapter ofthe United the most eminent phisicians say to day, he had not
r i -f o ...... IFZintoa nn Spcrptnrvn Slntn th snirt NfatPR." nail lime 10 renon ior u wuen msu ajusimc ia n
..c,,, Ministers have taken the on- " ' . i nAu mi,n,u loVO thr,tv hVp
nortunity presented by Vt rwiimatioii of 1 HnV. upon the Morgan subject. But here we have him V l aai ' : "
h:,m tnmake. a iirht nh,: .. ' . w . - " . .. . . UUI, BO, ulFr are suiu uascs ui ...u wuiiwjr,
".I.,,.: r.h rl;; T11 "l uie Per50ni, again in a second Letter, perhaps addressed, as the some plantations have suffered severely.
- X held in future hv ' Vi Z ,s Frenchman did, "to the silence of M. La Motte."--- "Two cargoes of slaves, (over 1000) arrived a few
- ' V - ! I. ill!. V 1 I 1 1 I 1
ley is to be Secretary to the Colonies i
r .i . i f k :
. a ii . nsivt! cinpp-nnpn inpm i lnnpn iiHrr.H itikimil nn
ini,;!,, This 2d Letter concludes m the loiiowmg ludicrous , v-:i ,'
Sir John Hobhouse is to kupppp-i n u o '"v"' . (Matanzas) on tne otner side, an oi wnom men, m-
it." t nr h,eScret?ryghiP 8trains: - thouorh landed in perfect health : and the other, a few
lis Tn rrnelndinT thirf letter. T amhnnndto make mv I pamia tn ttvnrA nC this th mnstnf whom are. dead.
of Ireland. There is no reason for bel cving that th
rlvrfT rl nprenna will nrrutin qn .1 -
tiJ m,n,npnt nc na rl': ? r!.nc- acknowledc-ments for a poetical parody of its prede- anl the residue dyink
.iwii-g caned or a ...u: 'u i 1 u liorlthQ t 1 r- Trnnn AnA ho
111 Wllich I nnl CnA u 1 cctasur. ".viut ii iiavcm 111 mr ucn wmwn' 1 j. recciveu ti icitrr iu-uiiy nuui iittuuu, uuilu
, - -vfvjT;i it-1 1 iipvop 1-.. . i. ii .1. j 1.1.. . ... ...
lirm and resolute mai
iiuxn IIT nrvont I . . . i . ivr.n i : I -v. . - r-: r. in t j i
nf Sir Tnhn HnhhniiRe to the Irish Rport,,;," treat tne supiect wun pleasantry. en, sir, so oe 11. unoiera the day oetore, was oniy xu-oui auus, um
unaurkionahleimnrovement.forheiaaLf The Globe is generally considered your Political it had broken out op the estates to the southward
t . . i . "wuhjii 1 I..L.! t u: u :
vjvnjt-nr.n no,.a 1 , . ... ... i- 1 1 . . ... - ., 1 i 1 1. 1
vn and which Mr Stanlev is The . uiobe, and oy wnicn l see tnat you are oisposea to iuth inst. which states, that tne numner oi ueauis Dy
iii-jn-ueciriAd 1 . . z- ' 1 . .. ! .1 . . . , , . .t 11
rM'i.rmcpthnihia nrJreWanr !mi nnitpc a . ... organ, m that country wnicn it is saiu you are a and unless soon checked, mpst ruin tne pianiere.
t. .A j. ;r,.i -,;i- tk. i. bout to visit, vou ma v.DerhaDs. at vour hours ot leisure u
tions will probably make, the Colonial Department and .recreatlon ccasional,y Sequent the first drama- New ork Lot.;-Many charges of deception
work more vioroufely, and the Irish De-xutmentmore ttre in the wor!d "LKJ there "-ne.l ijn continuing the drawings of the New ork Lotte-
emoothly ; hut we can see nothing in them that indi- K ii","i x ties, naviuE ucr-.x .awG
catc any change ol principles, o7 modification in the S bUt ul 6011,6 of l5.e m--"!; of th huinan JWntyre, the Senate of that state called upon them
rL.- )..! 1 nund, m the hrm of Corned es of Mo here. You may for a statement, under oath, of the number and
vMimuus ui uic vjKJvciimiciii. I " -----. - ' - .1 tone . v
occ amonsr me resu a personHjrc uuuu mt-1 amount oi eciicuics :uian y mem on xvw,
lUE CLLTIVATtON OF. SUGAB. A bavarian.! pa- an Order tkr.i ! k.TI, 1.. r. uua it ' nm nAhl she,!.
"1 IIIR NrrVH II L 111 Iff III 1 1 II i 1IIII1 II V Hit 11- I 1 111)1 1 1 1 II I V 1 11 1 111S11CU. d 1 IV llivut" " "v l -i
per mentions it as an extraordinary crop, that Col. quiry, whether he isBneakino-to his Coachman or to the rrocedinrs held upon it indicate sufficiently that
Dummottot Tomoka. FloriHa rerntlv mnni-ifhrtiirerH "l8 Cook. Ap'imilnr mi. cHnn nrrnr In mp with re-I it was i1ejmeH patisfactorv bv the Senate. On the
from one acre of sugar cane, lour hogsheads of sugar fcli0 r?Uroet Laureate. It is oneof your Chari- same day in which it was sent in, they voted to ac
n K , , i , uep mmtnt ot State or a ttcuuion 01 cept a proposition ouerea ny i aies uuu cnny it-,
nveragmg more than a thousand pounds each, and the Kitchen? In Pi.har nA thU enis-Li L.rT Mrie in that State, on the 31st
worm nine ana a nail cents per pound. 1 he crop "e wine inspiration of his Muse.-and as for vou, December next.
cl this single acre will therefore bring three hundred I V . tn,e ti,ne for seriousness shall return, and
Gambling. Gambling. A letter from Washing
ton to the New York Standard, says
"The Globe brings the Report ofthe Commission
er:? appointed to investigate the destruction ot the
Treasury buildings. I hey have heen unable to lorm
any decisive opinion as to the mode in which the fire
originated. A private letter from Washington says,
"if reports prove true, I apprehend the community will
form an opinion on the subject. The clerk who was
the agent for disbursing the contingent fund ofthe
Department, was suspected of being a defaulter, and
that the fire originated in his room. You recollect
that the building was burned on Saturday night.
On the preceding Friday he is said to have been re
quired by the Secretary to bring in his papers, they
being as he alleged at his house, and to settle up his
account on the next Monday. He states that he did
bring them on Saturday, and that they were burned
in his room. He admitted that he knew the state
ment ol his account, but refused to disclose it. It is
said he also refused to stMe where he was on Satur
day nio-ht. It is also said that he has been lor some
time in the habit of visiting a gambling establishment,
and that some ol his checks on the public money are
known to have been in favor of gamblers. Although
I hear these things on allsidcs, I should not give them
to you, unless I believed them to be substantially true
There is no evidence that he was near the Treasury
Department on the night of the fire, and he may be
entirely innocent; but his conduct has subjected him
to suspicions which it will take a clear exposition to
The Vice President leaves Philadelphia this
morning in the Rail Road Line for New York. In
the Kentucky Argus of the 17th instant, we find the
Mr. Van Buren. We understand that the Vice
President of the United States, Martin Van Buren,
intends paying his fellow citizens of the West, a
friendly visit during the approaching summer. Ap
Mr. Van Buren is the representative of the ichole
Union, and as he has never visited the Western
country, we are gratified at the prospect of seeing
the man who has heen recently elevated by the tree
and unbought eutFi ages of his countrymen, to the
second office within their gilt among us, (notwith
standing his having been disgraced" by the Senate
of the United States.) Pennsylvaman.
(Late of TreiuBridgc.)
"TEGS leave to inform his friends and the
JD public generally, that he has just recei
ved from New York, per schr. Convoy, audi
now opening at the Store on the East of tin
Old County Wharf, lately occupied bv 31 u
Amos Wade, an assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY.
AND GLASS WARE,
Hals, Shoes and Saddlery :
All of which he will sell on very reasonable
terms. Newbern, 10th May, 1S33.
: , ' 3 .
Oil, Smiffl. and Haisin.
-m BARREL Linseed Oil,
JjL 1 do. Summer strained Oil,
Lorillard's best Snuff, and a
few boxes and half boxes Raisins.
Just received per schooner Convoy, aniLio."
sale by J. CHARLOTTE.
May 10th, 183
A' FEW kegs fresh GOSHEN BUTTRR-v
of superior quality.
10th May, 1833. 1
R. B. BERRY,
just received tne aprmg iinr
May 10, 1833.
and eio-htv dollars. Prettv well (or Florid rl l7r.l . ",WII,e 10 Jusiy yoursellfrom the charge Legislature from estam
iya .;' ;n J S&inrt multitudes of your lei- tolerating any schemes
The new Constitution of the state forbids the
ishing any future lotteries, or
other than those provided tor
hir lam fit tho timp ot its fulnntion. 1 hese grants
, . , . iiciji em i mull. i kjj u.w wi. iw v.... , - 1 r-
nogsheads. W e should like to know how many slaves I ctre? . Oaths, Obligations and Penalties, will expire, by the present arrangement, on- the 31st
are employed on his plantation, and at what cost. " ";"." 10 your official Mansonic functions to December next, and lotteries are tnereiore constitu-
... UIIUI.KI-WUCU you shall return to the rave and tionally extinct lorever in tne otate 01 ttew XNork
solemnand religious character of the General Grand thereafter.
gn rnesi, 1 snail nope to hear from vou in verse or i
prose, in the Globe or the IntelUfron-William Worsleyj recently died in Liverpool, Ens
but m your own pereon, and with the signature of leaving a fortune of $75-000, which falld to his only
your name. j . cictpr who hns heen nn inmsia nfi fon
r I am in the meantime, vcri- rocrr.-,iKr r.i. . , j. . . . . .
fellow citizen, JOHN QITlrrv a K ksU Chester work-nouse ior many years ! Tbis is indeed
Philadelphia, April 15, 1833 ' a reverse icffertuns.
There is little need of quarrelling alxut the man
to be supported for the next Presidency, at present.
The democratic papers should wait patieifjtly until a
nomination is ma ie by the people: and then use their
most strenuous exertions to elect the person nomina
te Bvrtingt on Sentinel
On Thursday evening, by the Rev. Irvin A -kinsoii
Mr. JEREMIAH M. FRIOU, to Miss MARGA
RET SCOT, daughter of the late Mr. Joshua Scott.
PORT OF jSfBH'BBHN.-
t n u D-i QtacK)le, 16 hrsfm Ehz.City.
May 3, schr. PSXn, 'Charleston, bdlnrt.
- t M GranadVife Co. A. Mitchell, G. Pike, S.
u 11 a 17 Jerkins, and oinen?. r,. .tji
Hall, A. J.." virtlp. Mr. A. Mitehel anH
iosici 5 3
The Steam Boat
NOW plying between TJi
zabeth City and WiNiani -ton-
is offered ior szc. She has lately tiei-gone.
a thorough repair, and is in good order ior
tive use. As she is not suited to the avia
tion ofthe Upper Roanoke the Company ha
oriYiinorl 1 1 CO il her low. For terms, whici-
wfll be made accommodating, app.y to MA
TH VV CLUFF, Esq. Elizabeth City, or
jT(). B. ROY, President.
May 10, 1S33. 4 N- a s' ( -
f5TOR supplying the troops at BeaufortN.C
vvith FRESH BEEF for twelve months
commencing on the 1st June, 1833, anil Cndino,
on the 31st May 1834, T?iTl be received by the
subscriber until the 17th day of May, 1833, at
5 o'clock, P. M. when they will 'be opened.
The Beef to be of a good and wholesome-quaV
iiy, in quarters, with an equal portion of Jack
(necks and shanks to be cxcluued.)i
A lie Kiaya ui laauc, ailU liic urUUirUie qUaniII
of beef required, and the terms and condition.
ofthe contract, can be ascertained on applies
Hon to the subscriber at Beaufort N. C.
WM. H. PETTED
Lieut. 1st Regt. Artillery.
May 3d. 1833.
THE HIGHEST CASH TRi
WILL be given torlikclyyg
both ,cxes,from one t$faltFT&
,1 Jt M -