NORTH CAROLINA STAR WEDNESDAY MORN I XC , F E B IttTA It Y 20, 185G
1st, Naval Board; which ssrs nltmJhlta
Committee oa Siaval Affair.
TLirty-Fourth ConpreM Fint Session.
Mr Mssoa introduced joint laaohittoo, for ed Friday ! it the operation, al F.gypt. oo l P "b" PpJiu(t to lb great stale.ni an Boston, aa articls spun the "Amrieu plat-
tli antxiintntent ufeivilinna to fiU vocsoeie. oa Hirer, bo long ana o nauinouaiy prosecute w susibiu loaua in wmcu w cncnB:iy prwasniesirocis
Wawicto, Feb. U, 1958.
Smjrx. Mr Thompson, of Kentucky, tub--j'miJ
a resolution directing tlia committee oa
Military ffursto inquire into tb expediency f
ab !tiiin5 the fara-sent Military Asylum, located
at Iltrrolibarg, Kentucky, lie (aid tlit tlx ex
per.se of keeping tlia old aoldirn ther was
greater thryi it would be to board them at tb hi
tela, and tbey wi re nut satisfied to be as frr front
alt water, wTiere ihey eould 1x4 get any Schei"
dam schnapps or Iriab whiskey. The rrsolutioe
Mr Sumner submitted resolution, whicb Waa
agreed to directing tlie Coumiitteeau the Pot
Office end Pout Road to consider whether the
charges on letter carried by ooeea steamer are
' wit unnecessarily large and burdensome, sod
whether aomstbing may sot be done, and, if so,
what, to aecur the benefit of cheap ocean poet-
age. ;', '.;'
Seven! bill were introduced for completing
certain internal improvements.
The debate oa the Central American question
wa postponed till to morrow, end after the tranr
action of additional business and ta Executive
session, the Senate adjourned.
Uoc or RirttsrstiTiTta. Mr Campbell,
of Ohio, made aa ineffectual effort to take np the
j.mit resolution of the Senate appropriating fif
teen hundred JoIIar lor Ibe re1iet&frtWMffeTHJ
ing poor of Waskingtidi and Georgetowa.
The IIooe re-adopted the refutation lo pro
ceed to the election of a Public Printer. Mr. Fol
lett received 68; Mr Wvuduli C6; Robert Farn-
ham, 10; Nathan Sargeant9; acuttering 14. K
eessnry to a choice, 87. ,
Oto-the fifth trial, Mr Follett reeeired the Mm
trtrmher a above, and Mr WenuaU'i vote wa
increased to 74. Still 00 wa necessary to a
choice. And on the lixth, Mr FuUett C5, Mr,
Wendall 71, Mr Farnbam 9, Mr Sargent 8, and
cattering 10. Reoenwkry to a choice 84.
Mr. Stauton mured that the further execution
of the order be puatponed antil to morrow, but
the motion did not preraiL Yea ttl, nay 87
The ILnise then i.'ljiiurned. .
tb Board of Kegetita in the Suiithaonian Inati- ' ander the uIrinti!nJncw of Mr. M Lain, the agataal Amerioaa. Bal they abow seaing ambodyingthe tm,e principle on which the party HtMtoa, of Tex.; Miliard rillrurof New ta J tor year paat that of eiidin, their re,
tutk. It waa paswd, and arpoiaM.tbe H-! agnt of th Company, reonlted in reaching a from the wrUing of thoae greatmen to vindlma , h,ulu ttand. Iteay: JYork; R.bert Field Stockton, of Newjenwy; 1 and worthlea population to tbi eoaatry. " '
George E Bs lcr, of STorrh Cnrolio, and Profe-1 aeen of exceedingly rich bitsmmotM Coal, Mir eoara tney puraoe. un me etner ia we i - but Americana to rule America ; the
lataartaiM IHacetrer) of I eel :
W hare the great atifetin of atatiag. that '
Tbe aalt-AnMrieaa joamaia are atach i the
Aaaertraaaiaa. I aaall aow prueaee) to aaaa eoaa of tbe - w ,a ain iotertereec aad impertinence "b n.. '
V and ta the American Patriot, publiahed at hara been introduced to the people la thi re- end to. If i he deapot of Europe were to eeabiaw
eponaibl ooonexi. a. Jacob Broota. of t'enntyl- ae goiaraaMnt, they aoald aot ti
rania; Kenneth Rayeer, of North Carolina"; Sam - ap-m a aafer plaa than that - bich ha beea nraa.
n m , .1 . k.. all
eur IJomcliun t. lcii, or jia;iiu!, w u.i
tha eaeanciee uoraaioned by the death of the
II.. J. M. Berrien, of Georgia, and tbe reeigna
ti..o of lion. Rnfu Choate, of Maaachaeet'r.
Otlier bu-iuert waa tranaacted. Tb Senate
diacanaed tbe rew.IutinB calling anon the Nary
Department fur the journal of the late Nam!
Board; and aijiurned.
Vn:t or REraamrraTiTi. Mr (larlan pla-
ed in nomination ak candidate for printer,
Joph i. Coomb of Ohio. Tb Uone tlieu 0-
ted with tli following re.uIU Follett M, Wen
dell 73. Frnham 8, Sargent 8, Uefree 12, Mor-1
rl 4, D.mk2,Knapp I, Coomb. 9. J. WaUoo
Webb J, and Mclutoah 2. Whole number of
rote neceeiuiry to a choice 81.
Mr. Stanton, of Ohio, aalted lee to offer a
reB..lutioo, whicb wa oljecte l to, to ptpoi.e
the eloctioo of Printer, antil the firnt Monday of
December next, and that the printing which may
be ordered daring the preet eeaaion be execu-
;ed ander the anperintendenc of the t'nutmg
Committee of the llouae. '
Tbe Iloune aain eotixl, with the following re
mit; Mr Follet ZH, TVendall 91. Farnham 3,
Sarjent 8, Defreee 15, Prentice 1, Knnppl,
CjlBmSjJWel.b 7. While number of tote 100;
tlie upper one, (correepondiiijg with that aow dia public eeuttment The loUowmg will -be read
corered at Egypt,) being about 2 feet thick, j whM pleasure i
whiUt the uudir eeaia is upward of & feet thick, j took at Oat rdc.' Against the imudiou He
Tbe importance of tbi discovery may bej'idg of foreign influence, I conjure to you to believe
ed from tLe foot that it 1 fully a mile, and acrota . fellow citixeos, tbejexluosie of a free peopla
the riter, from tbe out-crop aFarmenvillc,coL- aught to be continuity awake. Hiatory aad ex-
cluirelT eublihing that the whole intcrreoing V""taet both prote that foreign influence i on
nace, (and how much U-vund Kgyiit i not jet , ,h m,ml haneful foe ofa repu Wiean goTera-
and a half feet tliiok.ef beautiful quality. It w fire them light, w quot largely from their Union moat be presented; no foreign interference
reached at a dnpthi.f a little ore 400 ftet. Below . work to bow that tbe eoara followed by nil in Ameneaa affair;inTiolahility of national trear
tbi seam is douUlee soother aud thicker f for the only on which tbey adoocatedia reference J tie-, no union of Church and State; personal mor
al the outcro,., a mite diaant,tlier are two seams. : to tbe .ueetion opa which there is a divuioo of . ahty indispensable to oSce; as open Bible in all
public achoole; thorough reform of tlie naturali
taiioa Uwsf a capitation tax to exclude foreign
paupers; no appointment of foreigners to diplo
matic posts; a just tariff oa imported luxuri ; in
all necessities free trade; (triot economy in the
"This is tbe American platform. This is tlia
platform on which American are building up the
hope and destinies af America. Never wa
there pisiform of principles more sound or more
glurious; and never was there one reared. in a
more eventful time than this. The well-nigh mi
raculous progres of the United Suite, the
hailing of tha hosts of Europe in arm, the Mart-
Irng revolutions in Asia, and the iteady march of
civihiation on tb continent of Africa, all unite
to hold forth the nations of the earth in an aspect
or excitement, agituUon and reform, uch a they
never presented before,
A v - V sbhikotok, Fehv 12,
fxsiATX. The Chair litid befor the Senate
several Kxeeutit communications; among tlism
thssniiu.it rccrt of the CotniulsKioner of Pa
Mr Dimplss nrctented (be petition of a naval
officer, rcni.plniniiig of the action of the Nata'
Board, lie would not now seak at length lu
relation to tlie subject, but would suggett that a
distinction ought to be made between those who
had been' retire 1 or diruiined for enure; tnd pro
posed the paesae of a hiw to grunt a trial by
court Rinninl whr charges bad beeu made, to
test the truth of tb charge, aod tliua do jutica
by opraiiug tli worthy from th unworthy.
.Mr ll.i'c iutrndneed a bill to repeal tli act to
. promote tba effiJcncy of th Nty, which
referred to th Commute oa Naval Affairs,
Mr. Barard, from tb Committee oa tha Dis
trict of Columbia, reported a bill amondsiory of
an net entitled "aa act to regulate th fee and
rxts to be allowed to slerks, aniial and attor
ny of tb circuit aad distriol court of tha U
sited States, end for other purpofc," approved
Feb, 10, IS53; which wa passed, Its ffsct i to
place juror ia thi Dlitrivt on th cam footing,
a regard euro pea eatina, with juror ia otiwr
Mr. Brown introduced a bill to incorp u-at tb
Columbia Wood ga Company,
Th resolulioa of Mr Biggs, that th Senate
will oa Monday atxl proceed to tha aleeiioa
officers, was, after debate, indefinitely postponed
vsss J3, nay 11."
Tb Senate resumed tha enasideratioa of U
Central American question
Mr, Wilson, -of Massachusella, ipokc upon tb
ii I j net. II taw no reason to anticipate a war
with F.ngUnd, nor rapture of oar friendly rein
t una with that country. Thsrswai aot, hsssid,
i'Mtlighlest alarm In tli public mind oa that soul
nd th people wer But to b diverted fn
whut is paasing ve th other sid of th Missis
sippi (meaning KausasJ by ruwort af a war wi h
Thsoi ly result of th Clayton BuIwer treaty
ha beea a prolific oorraapoadsnca, aa intermi
ashle disi-uMioa, which settled na point of dis
f is, and cam le as result, Tbe Uealy bid aot
accomplished what tha people of Ui country tx
peeled, ind be thought that this Government ksd
born overreacbed In th negotiation, ad that It
was a Unity "not fit to be aiada." ,11c believed
that we bould at oacS declaia tli treaty null
and void, and stand just a stood bsfora th
Ura'y wa mad. Tb course of Great Britaia
would justify us la abmpting il,
Mr Mason was of tit opiniea th diseassioa of
tLis suljeol rather embarrassed Ilia aided th
,luti. o of ih diCculiM that surround it. He
h'fsd the asset ma weald be aow takaa aa tb ra
Mr liu ler did aot wjk oa tbia ijuestioa as at
all It. !t to Urn ia war bstweeu th w oua
I im lis n -ar ed la th Amerieaa iawrprc-
l.i: ic ( ride tres'y, but b.ped the matter would
be rv.'rrred to th emmnte ea foreiga tela
tiaus, inetosd of being further dieesssed lath
S - -s.
Mr tin it a deirieg to be heard, bat being ab-
srnt '-o .'Ui I of in ,1 t.p i Uoo, the further
i l.rti.m i f t's enlert vu pmtpavied till MoO
dsj, ssd th Sois eiiy urned.
il t r l'-siviva. The Tbmse pro-
r 4 1- I .. t:.e U. tins of a l.Ui I'r iitrr, wii
t'. t ; rr.u;. I i;,tt w, a :H 6j, ar
, i i f , I i 1 i V, erslivinj 1.1. Necessary
II V"!.l Isie M'-re, the last trial be-
i ,i .... F " l i.-.. W.sdsll tr Fsmb
. t t.. !(" 9, imI'i 9. Whole
r ,1 l ' i -1 -aefr ry Is a cbost U.
i , 1 t 4 Tiuum, ifsd a ree-dslMrfi
j ,' . r i -o'.i. s of the orjee b '
lie l.t M lol.y iKreatber sea'.
necessary to a choice 81. '
Mr. Wendall having receireil the necessary
number of votcs,du1y wa declared elected Public
Mr. Washburn, of Maine, offered a resolution
nrovidinr for the election of a Chaplain. -This
war agreed to, and the House adjourned.
The Standing Committees were announced
The most important are as follows:
OnTerritoriea Mmmf. Grow, Gnliling, Pur-
vianee. Richardson. Houston, Granger, Zollioof-
for, Morrill snd Perry.
Karal Affair Mesnrs. Benson, Strnnahun,
Bueock, Haven. Winslow, Swward, Dane, of
Massachusetts, Bore snd Millward.'
- Foreign Affairs Mesrii, Pennington. Bnyley,
Ciinginan, Aiken, Fuller, of Petiusjlvaiiia, Mat
tennti, Shcriimn, lturliiigliiimt and Thuraton.
Militarv Affairs Mnsnrs. Uiiitman, AllisonT
Sapp, Faulkner, Williauii", Staunton, Ilcnvcr,
Ruffiiitun and Wuihburne, of Wisconsin.
DiMrii't of Columbia lcrs. Mrai'harr,
Dodd, Goode, Cumtiiv k, lMi-k, Harris lleniy S.
r.cnr.eit, Trnfton and Bell.
Ontlie Juditinry Musrs, Simmons, Hum
phrey Marshall, lturlniur, Caskio, Gallowny, 8.
W, Ilarrir, I.:ik'', : kemnn ami Tappan.
Way and Mcniie Campbell, of Ohio, ltuw
ard, Cobb of lieoris, Dnvisof Maryland, Sage,
Phelps, J, II. Camptwll, Dewit tnd J. W. June .
(The last named gentleman wa excused from
On Commerce F.. B. Washhurne, Wade, Mill
son, Mi-Queen, T; sun, Kenneit, Pcltoo, Con. in
1 Lusti. ,-.-.-,...
a c limed,) is filled with this rich deposit..
Thi is. the point to which In-.' Mitchell referrcdr
whilst so earnestly arguing agahrstshe extent and
thevalucofthee coal fields aJiaittihg that if
it uld be dUcuterrd ftt Egypt he would surren
der bis doubts. Weil, coal has been discovered
at Eitypt, and in quantity and quality to satisfy
t.ie mostsanguiiiennticipution of tlie proprietor.
and isf the friends of the good old North State.
We hare been kindly furnished with handsome
iecimeos uf thi Coal, which may be seen at
this office, and at the K iif Road office. It burn
brilliantly. A Ion of it waa thrown out from the
luft in a few minutes. Aod forthwith Mr. Mc-
Iiin oomuieiiced its use instead of pine wood on
George Law, of New York; Garrett Davie, of Already hare they reduced tb moral MandaeJ
Ksniucaj ; una .minor rts, of Virginia, nave o uis aauon. tny nav anaaavorad to abolish)
been mentioned by their friend for ibe Presi all relighsj observance, or to establish
deney, aadaooi of tbess for th Vice Presidency, as a seiigiou dee no lis m, which ha
" W propose to tak up in th Patriot tli re- and aetiaaed every nation where it ha hem U-
alive merit of all these gentlemen and to die-, truduoed by authority. They have exercised a
euas then fully and fairly. Next week we shall ' oootroll,ng influence n political affairs, and
give' 1 historical' sketch of Hon. Jacob Broom boldly aspire,!) rule aa oar masters. It I time
from tb data now in possession. Sketches of th then that ourpepl and legislator should bestir'
other gentlemen named will follow in succession, themselves to regain the ground which ha bse.
...... j see una anisi. ni j met, and to reduce th maxim that vAmries.
uD'i uuitica uiair ittTurne ,tll Tiilas im.ri."' .n . r .s
WitnixoTON, Feb. 14.
Sixiti. Th President, pro lem., laid befor
the steam engine by wlrch the" work haVDcerr
operated. Two bushels of it be found to be equal
to a ourd of the pine.
Th' Company bin all its bui!dins. machinery,
ic. on an extensive scale, ready lo go to work ;
and we umlerslanJ thnt in two months from this
time they could ship 4t!fi tons a dny, if there were
menu Jot (fnusportatiun provided. That is the
object aow to be accomplished. And toaccom.
plish that object everv nerve should be strained.
The Wilmin; o J urn lsi)", "I w !1 prolm ly
be sometime in the suiiime-, say Muv or June,
befiire the convcynncc of freiJit athe improve
ments of the Cape Fear snd lluep Rivers can be
cnb-utated upon with iny certainty." We cannot
IimtbS that the R.iil R iud witl b completed by
"Miivnr June, but it is untier way, steiulily and
Cireretically, slid it only needs that our citiiena
furnish tbe menus, pToniptly nnd fully, to ensure
its coui)ih'tion. It is no experiment, which A
freh may dunnge or ilcsiroy, but a work every
stroke upon wliirli is du:.ible, and which, per
eyered' in fiiithfully,vntust result successfully
within reasonable time. Courage, then, friend
of our Rail Road 1 The prospect ia brightening
liefnre you, and every consideration bids you go
One .f the lines of the Rail Road survey runs
within -00 feel of the mouth of the shaft sunk by
the Key it Company, and exactly on a grade with
it. It also passes through the coal region for
fif.een or twenty miles, thus touching most of the
Viilual le intereils in that region. These facta
render it highly probable that that route will be
finally adopted, as it certainty will be,-we,hink,
if th owners of the mine will come forward and
gir "material aid" to th rail road. Otherwiee
meat. tv aldington's Farewell Address.
Foreign influence to America, is like the Gre
cian Horse to Troy ; it conceal an enemy in the
heart. We cannot be too careful to exclude It
entrance.' Madison. j
'I can scarcely withhold myself from joining
in the wish of Silas Iieane.that there was an ocean
of fire between thi and the old world.' Jeffer
son. 'It is true that wa should become a little more
'They wi"l make our .elections a curse instead
ofa blessing.' Martin Vaj Buren.
'Lord preserve our couutry from all foreign
influence.' Lat Prayer of Gen'l Jackson.
member, thai, to preserve their liberties, they
must do their own voting and (heir own fighting.
Ati'l at llir nlhn "Thp government of the Uni
ted Htuies is weak, inconsistent and bad, it must
aud will be destroyed: So long as irexisti", no
Prince in Kuroe will be safe iu his throuel
The sovereigns of Kurope are aware of this, and
are determined upon its destruction. They have
eoiuc to an understendiiig upon this subject and
decided on the weans lo accomplish it. They
will eventually succeed by subversion, rather
All the low population of F.urope will be car
ried into America it will lie a receptacle for the
bad and disaffected. It will create a surplus a
heterogeneous population sjicaking a differcntf
hinguite of ijifferent religion anil sentiments
will carry with them their principles will nd
here to their former government laws, manners,
customs, anil religion speak of them among the
natives, snule of whom will join with them and
t iny will become citixens discord and civil war
will follow some popular man will take the lead
to restore order the Kumpean sovereigns will
siihim all the immigrants will join and the
government will be subverted. (I'uke of Richmond.
candidates, if tbey will forward to th address i f
tbe American Patriot, Boston, Massachusetts, art
ii ems if tlyjir personal aod public history thai
may present them in their true light W shall
render equal and exact justice to all tb gentle-
uieu, leaving each on of our large circle of read
er to judge of their respectise merits for himself."
" Inst move" has created quit a
the Senate a communication from tb Secretary . the Company may U compelled, for want of
of tb Treasury, transmitting th annual report
of Professor Bacbe, Superintendent nf th Coast
Survey, showing th progress of that work for
tb year 185A, A motion to print tea thousand
copies, wss referred to the Committee on Prin
Mr. Weller Introduced a bill providing for an
evtrland mail from some point on th Miseissii
pt river to Sen Franeiseo, California; aleo, a b 11
to ertatt an additional land offic ia that Stat,
Mr, Brown introdurad bill to asiiblish a
library fur young men ia tb District of (eluas.
Mr. Pim Ihcsd introduced a bill to increase II
alarie of th Judge nf tb Circuit aad Crimi
nal Couns of th Inlted State.
Th Senate resumed tb consideration of tb
fasolutiias sf Mr. WuVn, calling oa tha Presi
dent of lb United State for all tha Informatioa
In hli possession ia respect to th dislarbanci
la Kansas, 'affecting tb freedom of lections,
ic 1 -
Mr. Weller 'took II for granted th fVwial al
ready bad all th facta In pjssessiua of tbe Ex.
Mr. Fcsendea thought not. It wa proper
Congress should bare authentic and reliable in-
(irma'iua, Inrlesd of being obliged to depend oa
mere newsier rumors.
Mr. Gryar denounced the emigrant aid rii
lie. All tli disturbance bad originated in
their extraordinary aad unprecedented organise-
Mr. T&ieey trusted lit Senate would adopt a
resolutive, iaruer form, calling upoa la Fx-
erailv for full 'nfoiavatioa m rsJstioa t tha
siat of affair ia Kansas, it approved ia tha
fullest manner of the Pissldsot's proelamsti -r.
aad th ewe therein miggeeteiL
Tb fonbsr eonetdsratioa af tha aabjc4 wst
bo I s nsd till t
The Senate then resumed Ilia disrnssioa if
tha res.iluli nailing oa tha Secret sry of th
Uavy M lb Journal of th lata aaval retiring
Mr. Butter, ia expressing hie views a pea lb
sel.jsvl, said h eonsblered ' the Werd a0
most edioa trilaeal that has ever beea laeiilu-
ted la this or any i thse pastry, a tbey were,
at lb was lias, aroateulura, wllessni, tad
Witb"Olrluillng the ssljoct, th fAatiat sd
j.tne4 ever till M edsy
II i -air tin issiat tvivxs. Mr. J. Ilrlar
hs ln t-1 id mewlsiraf the C-enniilie
ul ays and Meai a,, in the n see af Mr. J
, f Tofs. wsv at his own request, was xte
svd fross tmnm tbSrcst,
Oa lasrtiua of Mr. C. IW, of GsnrcU, lb Preei-d-.l's
snn 1 snsss-s uas tefeerssl to the ('
ssitiasof it sVh..i tm It sf the l aioat
and it s avail. Is print Is Itwsssaad five haa-
S-sd tt-ie nae rslensd to th t Wss MUM ss
Mt kloreae presenlsd lb asesaneial nf A, II
ReeOsr. eustsrsllne Ihe ss uf J. K t knaeht.
its Siiiitif 4rtef-ii lr-.a riamts. Il ret'
that Mr. ho fee d's e.'swu-a Is lm.laily V...4,
funds, to (top at the first point at which they ran
reach coal, rix t 35 miles from this town, ad 7
miles this side of Peep River.
The eiteut ot lb Coal Field is developing
itself gradually ; and it is mor and mor appa
rent that there is enough to employ for centurii e
the river and all Ihe rail roads that we are likely
ever to hav. 13 miles above Egy pt,' nearllan
ck' Mills, coal crop out upward of S Teei
thick, passing tail through Mr. Fousbrs's
plan'atioo. Below Egypt, it ia found for an ex
tent af S miles. In this direction it is found 8
miles from Egypt; whilst towards Chafiel Hill
within 7 or 8 miles of that place, shale, preri-ely
milir to that of Egypt, is found, affording un
istaksabl orideiir of th eiisleee of coat
there. Here ia a region nf country 13 miles wide
and at len-t W miles lung, la which It I know
ta exist This is equal lo about 300 square mile
of Cissl lands, upon which, by,vi l all question.
are bondreda of millions of Ions of coal. Beside
Lall which there are indications of th existence
of coal as far South as th Pes Dse, Dralobasoa,
the celebrated Geologist, a)Ho was emnloyed by
Government to examine all tb coal field in 'the
United States, expressed Ihe opinion, in hisofll
11 Report, that all Ibd plain I ring between lbs
Deep aad Pea Its rftera, is underlaid with oal
There is abundsne of Anthracit coal in ons
part of the anal region a large seam of it out
cropping. Bui il is too sulphurous to burn well,
W ippove, lwever, lht thi is only th ease as
o Ihe seKace r al, and thai as the seem ehsll
be worked al a oensiderabl distanr Wbw the
surf see, it will prsernl th usual vaUshle elier-
actaristia of that drscripliua of anal.
I i , . , i ,-, tbe -Uiiesi-T pnoier be r. j wiitssil vh I k, r h. w II of H.s t to.
.,.,,,,,! uraushttsd V-sr to Hlfl it, ssd, Nllker,
ke re ssi-i thst in pwntmg IkK m
sorist. b tos-l arrive si sa his,b) ia rsis-
t! e tl mils s-ljosrned.
W ssnisuTu, Feb, 13,
s .I., r resvud lbs juinl rse-
Tke Op In teas of an t--ssUl stMssaUs.
Thers is as greater autlmrity among the Re
taaatsti lhaa Count da MoataJassbsrt, whe-e
aaat mast he familiar to all a be hav paid any
attealwa to French 'politic during Ihe present
gsaaruliua. II is audWatoud to ak tb svn
limeate of lb Romish party ia Europe, whs ait
all apposed to pnpula ml aad be iuMiruthSM.
Tha opinions afwai h t asaa are id immens val
ue, a showing th Baias of Use seuliusavtta lbs
aaiiAala tb rulgr of th eld eherch.niM control
the Rnesaatsf of Aiaerwa, and ssnks theta v
ia sack way as they think will be must protistoe
to lb cause af iasiwUiu. la hie work, " De
Intereta CslbdiBe aa XIX Steele," published
is) k ar year tnea.lhi eaineal Hitaaaiat spua
as follow of univarsaj cuffrsg i
"Universal euffrsg assy be regarded as lb
greaisst danger of liberty. It is arhinevy by
which lb crowd, asasier f day, oaa aasU'
Ml foe age, and reads all CfusavaJ a itself
Il would hi fool.sh la andrrrate Ihe leapo
of ibis msft.losry. It res be as id thai universal
uffiage will hencefoilh plsy the saaas part la
pulilssa tsasl guapendse tVas ia war, st Was as ia
Is l.lry. Tha latrodeatisw mi Oils new aad bar
sensation among Ihe ranks of the nmerrified
"foreign party" Ala. ! how has the "Uuncoiule
Sistesuiah." om the first hnd the only choice of
th North Carolina leui icrm y for I'uitcd Ststis
Senator, fallen I How deeply interested in Siuth
ern rights is this Mountain Filibuster. When he
knew that tlie adoption of the plurality vote
would elect Mr. Banks, we see him introducing
a resolution declaring that the plurnhty rule
ball gn into effect. There were three parties in
Ihe House -fl. iijiieoal Americana numbering
hot 73, tbe Deunwrats ai. ul the same, and the
Black Re, i.blicuii alsiut Its). Nins weeks bad
been penl in almost fruiiles efforts to thci a
Speaker, Tba Aniericaut stood boldly In their
principles, tb ltetuocsl and Black Republi
cans standing up lu their men with inveterate
determination. In tbe midst of this Crimean
tale of affairs, new tactics were developed by the
tillisbusteriiig circumlsiidil us oTCaptain fling-
m in, bo suggested the mode of a peaoeful and
disgraceful surrender ot National inioroat iuto
th bauds of " u amalgamation." To errry hi
ingenious slratsgem into execution, be leaves bis
path, erne- over into Ihe ranks uf Black Repub-
licsnism, votes for the rule, sees it pass, and then
returns like ibe prodigal, to tbe bosom of Is-
rary. n ill tbey admit him T be fears aot- -rise
from his Met, and Males, that the Lasuweralie
party is not reapon.ihle far his acts thai b is a
sort of a filibuster in other Word h should
hav said, a "sort uf commute ufwsys and
aan tor the triumph ot Black Republicanism"
No longer let kirn de lars himself the chomp ion
af lb twuth. No lunger let him tell tb people
af N orth C volina, that he is in Ihe tree iu tarsal of
Hal fas. "Old North State;"'' The IhrmocraW
may hereafter. ehum him if ihsy will on thing
uis, ha will never receive th suffisgvs of any
Irs American. His great activity ia th liouss
ea U.e 2ud of February, I Sid, will be treasured
ap ia lb mind of lb booest and istirioU Caro
liaiau of tba m uutsjus and will tell upa Ih
gsntleataa' future political aarear. They will
ask hint if b knew Mr. Banks, aad with sigtul
ooat winks, will let him know, b aaat hav tint
pnvileg of urrndering ihe South aay lutiger
inlutlie bends of th Blsck ReiwiUieaas the ab
olitionists, giBt whom he has, heretofore, d
elaimed so fondly. H congratulate the Nauunal
Amerieane, that Mft Clingmaa aovor tduagsd
to their ranks tb only psrty that ha ssrwfeaf t
tdsim iiM the Muuaima libbastse.
Is America, indeed, to be the light of the
world? Then must he trim the lamp of her des
tiny with her own hauds. Is America to b the
aalLufjJiCfailW Ihan- muat .hs-hd nsvsr I
pure the savor of her birthright. She must no"
hido her Americanism under a bushel, nor set
k.. :. r r
iuilhimiiv, mi s mess oi potuige. I be suns
of the men and daughters of the woman who Aral
lit the vestal flame of liberty on these distant
shores mutt be her chief counsellor in nil her
high places; and the cup wherewith she pledges
her laitli to the world must be the cup uf Jacob,
and not offcsau. She must be a living epistle
ot virtuous, breathing, speaking Americsni-m
kii.es n and read among all men. On all her I
ners, on all her escutcheons, 'on all her temples
aeuicatea to freedom, education, and reiiitinn,
clustering among the sturs and rolling along the
stripes oi Her national ensign, must shine fortli
the declaration, 'None but Americans shall rule
iiTl. .! . .i . . . . .
i on iwoinrieiii we inus anvucate is enshriiin
at the foundations of our Union. It is ingrsf ed
with the sovereignty of tbe States.' It will foi
ver keep foreign intermeddle from damaging
the governing powers of the continent. The
spirit that guides it will preserv inviolate all our
treaties with uther nations, and thereby prevent
ill la ass expeditions,and a too groat etptnsion
fif our territory. Actuated by this seutimeot.the
Church and th Stat must forever be kept aoun
der; while nun hut those who have personal
probity, a well a intelligence, can control the
councils of tbe nation. The sacred voluine.with
oul note or comment will speak its words of in
struction and warning within the walls of the
school room, where tlie obildren of the rich and.
tlie poor meet together on equal terms.
"tlie ballot box, the grand palladium of our
liberties, will he guarded from the profane touch
of Ignorance, bribery, and corruption; the foreign
pauper and alien criminal cannot burden our
pour-house with taws, nor fill our prison cell
with felons; our relations with otlier powers will
not be involved by abrupt rvpul-es on the one
hand, nor eutanling alliance on the uther :
American labor will be fairly protected arsii
all unfair for n compe 1 i n our exoeeeira im-
p. nations will ceaae; our domestic products will
be l.;ered; administrative extravagance, that
bane of republics, will me to an end; and. ti
crown the whole, American Presidents, will
American Cabinets, and an American Congress,
will unite their counsels and put forth their pat
riotic labors to hand down unimpaired to poster
Ity our broad inheritance so inheritance pur
chased at th costly sacrifiu of tb blood of our
emus must sljow tlieir hands upoo this uhject,.
an 1 dec a e eiijlier for Americra rights or foreiga
con t I. a- they may think proper. There JPJ,f
be no dodging in the matter. Let others do as
they will, we shall go fu our country, and for
restriction upon future immigrant. Bit to carry
out the Brreat nrineintes of th
aa.i " ' r mrvy.
Proclamation ot tbe President Toaebing kUuy ther must be harmony of action men must tur-
Aflslra. Ut get self in luv of eountry, or the adversary will
Washington, Feb. 11. Tit President to-day be victorious. Ball .
ia..,.l . ....! l.:l. .. - .. -"r.
- Pnlaui.uuu which wui appear in ttie
b'oion to-morrow, setting forth that indications
exist that tbe public tranquility and supremacy
of the law in Kansas is endangered hv the reors
bemible acu or purposes of person, bjth within
aud without Ibe tor in, who nniKe to di
rect and control its political organisation by force;
TCat'comliiuatijns nave Tieen formed tlie"reinto"
Mavriain P. 0. tWamuaia ro N. C.
ejanaary SS, 18M.
T II jasTio K isu.
VrW iisMal . M. Ontnl i
Hi a t 1 to-day teamed that tba " iase nf .uV
pfoa'' has intrusted yiaj wnk tb "tiuilhains" (
lbs daicatutaliiia nf all lerriiaia PuatrusMersnd
I hassea to inform you my neck m al your ser
la If-'Xl my foesfsilior landed oa Virginia aud
a reton-se from has as'ne land, where bat rata '
tive had bean, is auld bbasd, batcsSsvwd, sad
their pentasrlf aatarslsd by that " JfuaW
yi.sWs" ns wa-aw four viadievivo aalhoriiy
.,nrai aa. lie sbmMlM rbssi ta-aasM hrvMe.f
."America welcome Ih itrsnxsr to her domain
aa a guest, not ui be her ruler. If the foreigner
from abroad unite with the sons of tlie soil
America to develop her rasosirosa.k, iur-rs-ue ber.
wsalth, to extend her republican glory ,l should
b noagh for him that h share in the great
and lasting benefit she confers upon him;that
(protected ia his person .guaranteed In hi prop
er';', aaJ guarded I bis rights against all tb ty
rants that would oppras him. What mors
th foreigner justly ask? But lot him ask more
or le, h miy rest forever assured that America
will 'alway keep ber sen honor in bsr own
hand. She will aevar autfide the ark uf ber lib
erties to Ihe oar of strangers.
"What the Irishman aoa ia Irs land, what thi
Englishman doe la England, whs! tha French-
asaa due ia Irs see, what every nativ recipient
of powor do ia lb land of hi birth, tba. Aaaer
caa dram, aad dees rightly, ia Ansoriea. Wnea
th upright foreigner ha resided ia America
twsoiy-ew ysavs; whea be sea sarsfully stadiad
fur that Mangth isf tiia ear form ..f govaraa
and Um practical vstaraings of csar DmaMorati
inatituiHMis; whea he has tha witnssssd ths en-
vatsaa uf our Mars; seoraea to pnss, at iu ra
worth, rasr system uf aaiveraal ducatbsa aad s
lire foleralHaa la religion; when be aa naal.sd
away, at thi fres foanlasa Oisoed ia bo ai'dsr
aoa. every aliea prejudice, every sxti oass ab
Isaos. every veotigcef devotissi to kindly rule
and papal aupnmav) then, but aot ull lias, k
a qualified ta asaa. me tha high aasshiea ef aa
Office, 5- C K R. Company,
bit.lBl xv, J .nuary at, lgtjfl.
North Carolina Rail Bond.
StMu.tfr Hull Triti b ii4 nftrr TkirUaj tha
diu my i jiunarj, m.
resist the execution uf tbe territorial laws, and
thus, in effect subvert, by violence all present
ooiietjtuiiunal and legal authority, that person
residing without the territory but near its bor
ders nouteinphue armed iutervention in the of-
f iirs thereof; that other persons, inhabitants of
is uots State-, are collecting ra uiey, enooui agiiig
meu, and providing arms tor the auroe purpose ;
that Combinations withiu tbe territory, are en
deavoring, by the agency of emissaries and other
means, to iuduce individual Stales of the Union
to intervene in the affairs thereof, in violation oi
tnetHMistitutionof th United Steles. All such
plans for the determination of the future institu-
tioasol the territory, if carried iuto execution
trom within the same; will constitute a fact of
lusurrootiuu; and if from without, that of inva
sion or aggression; and wiU.io either cane, justify
and rerjuire ibe forcible, interposition of the whole
power uf the general government aa sell as to
maintain tl territory as those uf the Union.
He command all person, engsgediu unlawful
combinations against to ooasttiu .l autlm it, oi
territory iu Kaunas to disperse and retire pea. e
lully to tlieir respective abodes, am' warns sl;
such persons that any attempted iusurrecti.ms iu
ie territ .ry or aggressive intrusion into tlie
a ue will be resi. ted not only by the em id .v.
mcut oi the local mi ilia, but also by that'of any
availahlh force of the United State to ak and of
'luring immunity from violence and full pro-
eotmn lo persons, property and civil rights ..fall
laceubl and Uw-ahidiug inhabilanU nf.he ter
ritory. If any part of the Uoi.m the fury ,if no
tion or fanaticism intisined into a disregard of
lie general, principles of popular sovsreienty.
which under the Constitution are fundamental in
whole structuieof our ins,itutine is to brine
aa the country th dirs calamity of the arbitra
ment of arms iu that territory, it shall be be
tween lawless violence on th .as aide, and eon
ervative force on the other, wicl'led by tbe legal
minority ot tbe general go eminent.
The President calls on th oititen of both ad
joining and distant State to abstain from unau
thorised ntermedjliiigin the local coocerm of tlie
erntury, admonishing them that its ortoic law
ia to tr exes-tried with imnsrtial iu.tiea thai .11
individual acts of illegal iolerterence will inuur
eonuigu pamiaomeot, and any endeavor to
intervene hy an organised force will be firmly
He also invokes all good sitisen to promote
rder by rendering obedienea to the law, to die-
cuunlenance and repulse the eoeoeels and iaatb
gnthmsof diaorga'iisere;aa I to testify their at
tachment tn their country their pride in ii
greatnoaa their appreciation of tb blowings
tbey enjoy, and their de -minatioa ths 'Repu b-
icaa instituiwns (hall But fall ia their baada,by
eo-opsrating to Bpbold tbe majesty ef tha law,
aad to vindicate tha ranetit af thaesBatM
Issrs tjoM.buru', st
Arrivs st ttaleieb, si
- Hill.boro, st
" Joiuvttuss, ,
" Salislisry, -
II. 10 "
l t P. M
E A $Tr
leavs - hsrlultt at,
Arrive st tVovurit at
" S .iisoiiry,
. "' birxiri .lo.
" IliLahurtj', .
. aj P. If,
Jo - ;
i.2 a. at,
IlihUDiiltB ft. GARNETT,
, Kap t M. C. Kail Road.
February, I I KM. s 11,
North Carolina Six Per Cent Bute Bond,
laaisi ar lapsRTaxv, a. C. I
Jan. 17. IttM. t
St. II i:i PKOPIWAI. WIbb BU kkckiv'ed
al tliisollii..- until leueloek, A.M., lta at Ftty,
...ii.fi.r ibe punl .-t., f'.V.W Uul BixhIs issesd ky the
tiisie of b'ura I in il iis. They ail bear data Jsaaa
ry Ift IbJ. an 1 will ma thirty ysara,
l'roiusais sill s .as bs reeirs4 lor us sureaeas sf
$t,UUH4pbt'BdAarbii:b aill bs datsd Jsausry 1st laaly
ssa will run thirty years.
Itoih classes ut ll.in.lt will bsvs snopoes suae Was far
Interest st' ait per east per sanum, paysbls a Is 1st
ul Jan'y sad July is rs-h ssd svrry yasr, ss both
.r or 1 sn l intrran will ba pay jde si lbs bank at
the HepablH-, Nrw Yark sauna wastetba party antsrs
to bare Ihera paysbls at lbs Treaeury at lbs Blsts af
Nurlh Cari.lins. .
Tbey will bs is.sed ia raou ef (I.Otal. Tksy are
expressly Firuiplaii Inan taxalios f rsny -Mrpust.
...iaruss biddiui: adl pl.saa asurass tkair latum aa.
at raed "Frorna.a!nar K, C. ouss," to lbs aadar.urs. "
vu a, asi' ij-s. n. V.
bure ,lul ti.i.,fs apon beinit iiifriraise uf the seres
tsnrs of Ihmr bids, eaa derniaita lbs arsoam tbvic
bids a ith Ihe arra. d later, at to (lis c-edit at Ike aaeav.
siicanl in either tae Ibisk of Iks Kspsblis, Haw Yark,
the Hank nf ll, euri af Ji. C, sr lbs bask af Cape
Ths ritflil of seeepttng sack bids la wknta sr la pert
sa Blay ba deeaieil aiost sdvsruaKaaUS I the nasi is
Tb kids will be nprusd ia Ibe prise see af the tisv.
ernnr, ruM-retarr aad tsspiru1i st elate, east tbe
Prmdcsl uf lbs Hank ef lbs CUla.
d. f, cocaTs.
Eslelgk, Jan. IT, IMi.
Greengboro Female College. --
11 II K Kpriac ".sloe at laid, will asanas an Ik
ttib day al llsmbav. ISaa. Tkere will bs
vas-aiMu i oiiav,. strpv elan Say, fur rtsnalta st
All ihaaWssrlairsbisflbataalitaliuasreaaa ssptUts
with . i,l and Isilbful Prnfesatas sad Tesekara.
The trat elsss ksa bae ahvlord lata iv ssr-tiaaal, tar
the aeeaswsiadaiMiO st tbsse w be aVelre terrssawenr
lb reslar atlsjra aaeta. Uirls andar It years af saw
will keresnar ba rrremal iats tba IsMttetH. drew-.
btrs sill ks seat se sfpliestisat, as sll parses aeairtas;
fail ill- raislwn La nlereae Is rksrges, sserae af
flrssashsra TtesswrhsSk'tXAI. ' 47 M
Kiekasvsd ( kn.o.a Advsrsts, gpirll sf tks Afr
Nawbsra Htwa, Wrisnsfkaa (Vsasiavcist, VsyastsvUur
Observsr sas) Muvea Ckraaerbj laaen I Haass.
Bsrwrslisslba Law asd ferelga tsarlets aad
Mr. A lams has ma-Is a movement in tlx Sea
at of the L'niied Statss, oa tba sBhjost of sata
ralisaiion lawa, and th foreign aanvioto and pas
pera who art Sonauatly being transported kathi
a -an try. which wa shall be glad to see ssveesred
ia thst body thoagn it asay be vetoed by th Pre.
tdcat 11 propose to so ohango tb aalaraliaa.
imb law as la requirs reeideuaa af lwsuty-ose
year bafura biiaing a titiwa, asd ta prohibit
any eloigner from tsaigratieg to th luiisd
Stales aoUas be shall pi.nl ae th oertiBonta of
tba Amerieaa aonaul at tba port fross whoneaha
asils, lhat bs is a d a pauper asd has nsvsr beea
uBvastaaJ of a f stony.
We are ant an ag lbe who wowld tak ta
owe arm U lowest vaobemd of Earor.r who
would awrasil a xWewigBet to enjoy all Ih right
atailiaanshipoaa few year isaidswco is eur
oouasry, W pris the right sf toting toe hi xhly
to bar hi entrusted to atoa erhc kaov Bathing of
Heed as wsll, 0 foreiga broihsr I asd be net
aajra with a that w Bhesbl guard ths eaeetssry
d abrias) ef ear sWiay. It m for J mr gmd a
wsll a ears that we the rear si--ft tha aiamdertl
st a bsHsg aataaaaaltly. Lot th
TATX0S, SICXS05, 0 KATES 4k CO ,
Umm t .r. WtkarMt. DmIm ta
8a. it snd U liht DTBsiET,
KSW-IORK. . .
Jsraary T, tt, -tm
TOM E It C11ANTS.
ttebbint, Morgan ft Allen
40 curr sr xsy, nso vosnt.
tXPOkTSM AND XALIM 19 .
' Drag, Dyea, Chemieala, raTtumery, A-
HA Vllty tattetsd tkeir stark trmm lbs kasl Baal tktr
lisai i ae - a. BHrket slw t ssa, wub
uillnit sf sraaU IsstMSSesU) ks ass Alii itsss.
rtp,i 'i a st taaaisam, as ossein gssat tbey aaa
rli usu. ss4 ae ss raas bsMs tstwrs sa say austsnr
ksaias ib ibis saamary.
OraWs Is parsaa ae by as l! will mast with prewst
a eaearsl sllaBUaa sa4 a fa sasysitslly SatarMeal.
- tmm Mtsaas ast si arsdatway kstwaaa rsHsa)
Teall asi erer-r aaavkarw aa.
i mat i NBRKTofoaa AmoritcBa tbaT
? are ksa saaats i
swMBsaa, ertslk ssaais syns.
nor to Ofsgmlt apna oar pwbli aobey tlestr wild
aad reck tea tbourve f govsraaasnt Aad yt
wa would gita ourdial reception to rssnertsUs
forsigwera whs eaaae assamawl as rasulted to sera
aa huBaat bvtlihaod. sd ta dpnrt Ihssnselvsj
oedetly and neambly. W Wos.14 Mlm4 k
i thesa Ihe tsrvrss. ss assr sawahoth aa to taetwusi
bora shove you by the Assswteaa arm, aad ya : aad pr.prty-bul tbey sasould aot ialonaeddl
wib U safe, mpavroaa. aad happy. Stnv to ia political oaora befor tbey had ittiii
boar ap its glueioa fold ia ywar aotMetasod U,t,Uvsd la sliag,"aad had aeawirad by
honda, ar, worst ef all. to seek to stahJaa-ai epoa I rssidean fsambarity Willi Ih aatara aad p4-
inesa aay impurtsai lasl(n ef ooperstitbai aaal k-y of our iast.tauoeav
, ta la gartb osax
lla,, IIibi as sa ssstiwtrs as asaa
larwaa sad same Tkls taaaaal kssbasw altsstitsxy
tha pnpl. of ear ia-ito.. .be fc-e L.TZ'i
ae saal taud kafaes saw Aspanars, as plsa abaat IB SVS
bastjaaf aee sllansay.
Wkaaaiar pasMfcaa. wa bsve 1 1 as 14 seaey kaeat
j.a.s aaS-S tat by ear tuatamats kas) tks B
ially siaaiBf ay saw WMaiss la lloi eily iisSsw
bayaraunaa at to asal spaa tsaaB ss we aa si w.
a. tv UAkniaa,
I a TW tsaaea at E. L. Haedt, WUI h. atoaad m
Isl ls. a4 sU aaa-ssw) ssassal Sasdy SsesayaawS.
- WW. , I. - - -
StATK nf tllllH ABVIIIBA- '
HAM lUlHt-l..a af rhaa sad sattr aS
sl as. aassssbas Taem, sA.
AaUVaay Arw-aawA vs. Ml.ksal.OUaasaal eia tH
M(ks. ibt s-in-r R a Ara.Hwt.aWa Asa. Arav
!, . sun of MssarbwasaliHS.
s - unei tiatittttiisliry pf
..a is, and railing SO tUl l'r.-
i . i... saoraa I t lb ptwlaarl OB
. I 's ib hsosaa. lav.d ua the
4 to tar p' il. tad,
awea f--raMtita4 Bseas-i-tala from
... i ' i i' of i' arti- a sf lb
U'W to lit dse 4ra4os lis wiid esake wp hie
nsiad oa ihe t,i when the sinlra. abstl base
Ims liisasote-f .
fb.sa aM.ral l-r") as wih xhees. sa's-t- I bsBaoaes. sllSmassi
b.a ins aesuv i Mr. Aaa. -4 il M'. t.alie- Imaavrnvvr-I ss.e. it
.-.U Ntw M.x.eo.ard Mr, r us, .-f la aw j b- tl "be ' b.va.s t.a sr
Laos, Was ir,-t m i-.a (.'. M,tee if l.tertoass. I .! y. tail a bsve Usr-4.
v..' l ,.a a.u..a,Maas lev kt i'-. aaia,.s liu
bl r 11 !
I ',sai-iawi t a--S tteeu'Wt
asidshls arm bae ebsa.ged ail tb cuedstmae nf . T ' 7' T Iwmm I J 7- . .a, us , , . ssyssuamsa.
... .V lit A hasl he WssmiavsksB. , Bt4aaO Wrastob wba L I, 4J luB.J ' 4 ""0" " Ute taa af IM . 4...S..M w uuaaaaw ar M raai.ls el BXK "va-
bOMraggl. Il ha plavOd al lite diapuastSual af ... . , , . . , , . . r , . . . 1 m'"m-m " t wh tb at "W Id hav lolstslsd 0 baf th Ihas ssaWraal sbsl Mvarusessesel bs waAa
lU J." u , , ...a. . T lb .y..-. ab.. h th. ad la h , Md, tbe rk of l).-t. For we rsMbsr in , " , 1 . M, i. a. lui.t sw, . pry. yaUsM a as
power, wbset. w.tl . it M lie owa OadS a ,-u.s b.s 4. -4J tbr,,k ---'-'- ,n .,U l4 W s,, . , -wr"atsa ta h Bail, af .re.ga wast art. aad , M, u .!.., k. r-a -ol JTC. .re '
fore antil arw not sow a. It ia a laier that aaa b-iw, oral sa uirsbi ysrs h II tbta tobsut, ' . pas pars, sr nlosa www Id g'sst lbs riathl Is for- si tm u u-e I ., t. bs b.ia t-, iba i suy sSaea-
b. w0d b, to et as, Ifoll a.J j a.lh-t.lo to ,., p.w. b.h dsre, -.a-H W d. . lpl th, yW-. . itee forwg. Mn . TlTu TtJUZf'Ji 'jT7Z.Z"Z
. . . . . . . . , . to msesrls it. us.'.' sa l t,.r'.t pntibe ksd isast lbs wabassy ef a free laoy-ai mass ever , , . . ' wyasrw rawat b)sa is fiuaa-r. sbaa 4 tbasa aa ssaas
p.t. kaad,bH wkstb g.vs tousat baod ,i,.b by tint a. a o( a lMs.. 'beawaks "m ot t-ly five ysses. TV A-aarvwn ,-a.pl. ws rW.laN.w.a..ab-t
brroaian'rbi aaesadsnl. It K basales, aa ins- j Arf ,K. , U -Wl ... V ' . w ' ' -U-g tb. du,, test te tb. r-r-c. ,ba, "T. '"t'" Tl FSlTZ tZl
msas taaak, behii d wbarb stl assviliitaai, I B.a) add f at se jas.r, l -m w -ald eH as ' ttssra taow, at lb a-eirsiis ef , W sshtagVas . Ims a.Usrd lb grs-efvo of hating Orssvar.
k a SU. aod
aa asses oiti uo
rsbaa 4 aan-ssv.t
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