4'.' ' - , i;:'!Li tv N. J. J J u a . 1 , ' - ' T s i -r-
; t 'his labors, GVncrals aa refinrmcut it .smll
' . .svr' ircq hfjwcrrt. t? sustain tthe cxitinnanftc
" IcfCih Uif States BanVv IfitU chbeks aid
3jU8vjdtt!ats& experience may hare shown o
Xecrir,S;-.- ! "
KHflBd'lTr; iaenwthe excise of n the poifr
tt!aiakiiw.'iiflrl.Tinnr th ffrth.erll
1 -j s .... .. t .
I iA Li. . 1' T -i v.-. ; . 1 . e
M 4Xiie7fsjna i ine oisujiuitoa 01 iaigc sums
iacncW(fey and the Prcsiciit; will pt-:duc0wiuKe9d!rust-aid
ilius Wf 'akenour iulw)-to iy nothing of the
corfti"n tin4P:cy of each legtettiijn . Againt
r tatilPwhieh fiy.tlwt , ii3'"ohjoct, tjia.festeringf
' thiintercts cfonp section of our country at tle
' ripense of another. th best energies of tiiis paplr
;wili !io onixik'd.! '" ' h
a Ofih pcvl)r ropegated dociVme. of vn!l!fic$j
nnq muiaitonf, b is contrary kj out m;Ki BfTiitp
rviqwsof mHltity,ahdassucTivill be combai?
cd by the frdcuJidn.. Is
i:X-f i-M-n'-. il If - ' if
.??a Watch?; v
rYrf cc IhlUrrs rei
!- Vi r" ! . r-s
wbiijjp tlic iylikribzn Ifva in voiiniie inorcAlxaS
iIone hundred iraWdlntlVom Salisbury, ahdiu
t'erson"? aIdTfssyier th Eaitcr on the busnnes.i"
irtOCiBWJl ftUdrebhim is Editor of, thai
1 Qitntmt lalciiknmiVhime that' write onothei
'dfic4(Vreetjtb Il4C.;J6nesI ? ;
; -jftp.Ajl the ;tibscTiptio!TS tafen - bete thf
rnarflcaccmbiit of tHis Paper, it -wilf lv? remcm4
beired, becoaxedue oh thapiiblicatiju; of -the" first
Sali.ihuryf;...:...rSatnrta3-V Auist H 1 832. j
llblloihgtiemen will pgc me by
'J&kfc aiiAffeatkIfcrth!eAVvTciiM hi t3ir
3i.- ;tb iresijsnd receipts
rnhyeb wkld.be as vaM jif hy
sen, viz i
J T . '
Hj;-. rpR SL71RV COUKTV,
V STlKfc; COUNTY
: WILKES1 COUNTY
Cel. $amls F j
. 1 I-ROCKINOIUM i
- .. !
T RrtiClaloisy,jr. Ksac ; ;i
tt r f iECSLKNCl:R?,
fDJi"DKl3cyd;v- ; '
SvVMfU G UILIfORD:
:- ihr. j.vAi ijobrine
KeaWaHe'cuuacn will be allowed on mo
ov lectcd. i H. C. JGN&SI .
te tpia a fletter frem Geo. Iredell, the
, weut of tjia nXf:inetingat.ildeigh
MiBrff tohis MA) a-id her flatters himself that W
' rrcat-inlrTesk tf Literatar?, Science; Polities;
! ri s aa just .intentions qi tUcrrcsKentr ana wfe
.! 1 'llat'cflrfb'yamft -can lot fitndf r tfie pror
ilt-wKioa of -dotlrnmcnt, W iril? feel'tt his kJTfQ.
i-4 ttjuicd Bilr asrainsi the Aaimaiitratiidianv--
ail fasea wncrf? tree aecan is over one year swra;v
, v .din? , the p rtco will be 5 f ; . I J,"
ro subBptloii will hs taken fbriloss tRan oai'
TTtf; rAdTt will fccone at thdneual ratcs r'VFj: ' ".T1 V' ; T k
ifopkcrlpiioa wUl i withdrawn until antral faepu. fury of thc.RQV?lution;prcscribed and
..'gegijto I4u.tlH5P'. cfe)4?' : I fdrivrxi tojthe roountaina of iSwtzcriaoV fbriw
i N feixBuHbcr$ in4hcwhol$ .muTiiih adf ; crjmcV bujt merely liclansl hewsslof thahbodj;
-Tean-ana niaavaneci rnuaxiVi wui na:coiHau?i ti t ... . -
iL LiLL ftf ' iJ -5 I ci-iicw'jyi tupnmaejisr--wsTnunea:ate wants ot
edal the same fate$ afterwards. -f ' I ,J -..rrJSr'r7iiiT i u. .
ir mi mm to tho Editbr mast be Pcitpcidd if V lf?ll&Wf iflWvto 1:ave
4 ! J
PSON, :iq :v;
m .1 iri. r.k r- -m mm . l.. - i - . i an iiir i -r r - - arm run-, vr' & . a
r -.t. .rTru?vnn.x.nim amoaest i other nr 4 Tn t 'jr"' iMw"?i:! oT.i-iTetetn2 1
f Meufreuce fcf a
NFeaif thi 1 SuU
lea aud thk u;; i " :2 'r:.:iin t.; i
I and ccnVvy taTE Pt Bar-l16 gbb;rhtoa, cn :iaie prejeuttsj thathe
lrOT! UC-l r. J - I 1 It tided aeastT:th tK t1.K ! 1.
f V"' .m Ppot that because the SiH-rtrcat Mitf, tTirJ T"" W
fu'i Vv" ?ie awe 50 raJJy a J; suaccni
miMJj ii- 5lS ;UatiT rskfif fj rfnna tlTWW ClyvI KFS3WX I Wca Characterises hi
bLM'Li u-i.Ay '?rivii;rkPearecf atoncein snca anrvstfirfoui Tmaimcrftti r r Jt::ri TT i ?rr ; r r-iv" "?vjir
crtatt anil eveiy bodyM. teki(epar"&l
JSVel speak loarselvcl neit NoT,rr
IfiareJlfcbn iaaaaediintc) aGtfe far Miaajii
kit 'dar we think shew-Ul;ack W jufthat gasnej
iro uniting vrithihe mq riveierate ehsaii3ff
Id a rnah "rio;has ru tilbUUT of charicio.
i . .1 . , " U is ' " ' "
own, an3 of course .can not arpeet be returned
one qf the-hifiestia ijfil eyeiit of ;there hSiing
rlo eleciLn bythe eop'eii fShe ifteeii n' this, an
atteniptta fhalce North. CjjaSjHna vote blank, and
we candidly believeshejinlinotj be' ;s v gullable
atj ccqiuesccrin theman(Euvrei Her, vote will
bl ffivfeii so as. to telL Al lcasoaf her. own ira
udrtance! requires this of bdr State, and should
Jjlr; Vaa Burea be relied Cjft.aa tlXe Administra
tan Candidr-, tte Nulhcs ; and noa-contents
rhay do'ihelruttencost bqihey wijl se vhit
aji Avalftnche will be hur4l down i)pjTft.tliem.-
WeAViil hare a tiet maue out .in due time
liaugrcthe predictions t -iiliejcontrary, and such
alone asi they Httle dream' of you il see J
' :- ' !
Goizvmeiin Jo?ri& and the
. Tholvllawin instance hi benificence frora a
j - tu..tDj, tfte.sciusiiness anxli CvW j insensibility ot
faslibnable world. Iii3 ! subject
kaidnces; will be rernertibcred; was at 'this, time
aipncf wanacrer. Jiistiatner, ino
Ealltp had Lepn "dune death" under the
ojnj ap anulAjuis J'fliBije. Jiunted by -the
1 ,it4 oni h a rxmn ty '-of i0ia jgeiie ror.s friqn d
While fyf jpi!aflelja $ier$ GongK&i .. was
siting, Iktifbrmed an jaculiptance witji Qover
?jor AlriKjidcf lartn, orjefof th 4 Senators of
North Carolina, and from tk Goveinor1 kndwl-
magijoa-vaity of tho hill:.
i JKns: ! wa? evinced
fliVitlin ftnt. thct"sinot tiarf. tfisnfr v- 1a thin': Tt;it
ofhi?wnU bn theJUbcd;tfoi. gHorfis alonc
hq siubrca his jsyle oFdrosujid hvmg,to come
cvc short ( f gciititiij. At ;lengtli! however.
he- consented to accept tiomthaHtcjary r-ntic-mfn
with vvifea he fbrmp -1 ftUciacifii, som"
fatcji of ijj delicate . ktni It iis'iimown that
Govtradr: Martin on c$e ocwioh I prevailed upo
liijajto accept as a prcspnt aSyuit of clothes and
'ptfeSara of lib Triend3 mide him .similar dcnptK.nsi
Knp Lcniikis 'said to lfc f.ft)cft literary:
oVjtignsn urope'ajullt fa nodubt iliiscir-ciim-stanc
that in his decayed f rtunc3 . rcom
mended him to 4hc frirnd3U?b of Mr ' M orris anH
'other distinguished nu n in America: " lie found
Injtho ArMac .of ciJkit' jaadj letters that!
relief widkl'the shalfow pated Atiatoqracy of
jfccaltk and Blood had 'deaiejl ; to him J ' j
i . 'fli, : i
j ifVom irtc' (f Gacnem- Morris.
1 Jparly iti the Rorclmon,, lMorris has bUn
miimutcly hcpinted with the farnilyof Orleans,
) hp were t fo rwards invohrd in ' pfverty and
sjetrct. jle was io HamStirg. wllcn the In :
iflligcnce ofi the destitute fitiiation of the Dulie,
W( present King- of the Frerhwas! communi
cated t hirti by a mutual iriend. S He immcdi
atlly sent him tnohey iWdefray ttjc cyrercrs
onVis jnrtrjr: U tliat,placc; and fiaduig.him de
Iftfus of viiting the United Staics, ui'ered hisi
Nery assissarice his resonrseiwbnld allnW, J
iDuke, hptveyer altered his Intention! and wan-
qe-roa lor spme time in urop?, until his funds
wire completely , exhausted JVirt JWorris then
relieved him j by placing to Mi eredit khe'f sum of
jfiftpen hundred, pounds in London;" and,, on leam-
fctye bim ah bnluhiled crcditln ! his bankers, du-
Tng thq whle periil cf hB residence . here.
i T'"- '"f mioic niun i ge, r me iiveiy con-1
ni wujuii yoaare eo Kina as lo make in my !
latb; and I pray fou to receive ' mV aKsiiranc I
1 Me ry iiiidectV and sinc(H j a&ction " with!
uicn jiu inspire me."
t- JThevcri beauKfai No7elugeni Aram by
Bui wrr vi UtrcRtr tlie Ibnowing ! extract from
grnollcts HLstoryof England interesting to all
wlw have read me novel. Itj jwillbe Iplrceived
hat Bulwer ismuch more faithful td Histonr in
be loadicg iheidents .cf hist work than most of
thosewhoptiiid cu feet
cbse this reiristsr cf hinod tUK tA
fejfouiit cf aiuuruer remarkable in all its circuit
ftmets. ftrMluch a-person, called &igtne Aram;
fif4MjJfr m cciilsc if this year.
m an ? iwho exereed thprb(esK;oa ef m
Bcopimaser at jiarestorcuguadi as fcr bacjf
7i ivUupoaW otpnveu htm
4nve sur5 iriJdea ana uvir. iwuj u utivjcraiauu. j w n.uiu w.icr
. w . . t til s l l i
that m Carolina 'wipt 'to becant like akfly ;if "t jvere by sons
fW" r-nmr;?: "TrVV?4 skeletoaofiClark,
-)6tateirtri32 but liMle ahoo)-u maiter ruignt beentinteWd at a
sefs too piaiiiiT iua tut . ivuiujiv; vuai;
tjrepersed tnrouzh our .extensive "territory
y -: i ii .1 i n 'in l itimn ii in'i Pf'n '.ifp fsn i n.-Mn r r
-hati unJUxiii ted credit i witiS 4lr. Myii& tiankczs;
Fitis 4aid If hlni; that he was veryt sparine of his
jb Frr-'acn larigaags Item litsrirs
stiH couaicalloh.HTb spirit
Wasthe chief coninrer; aiid aweri in the mard
baved faiy habitatiatf to tntfbzt MtftiT&ihi
try.in tc sammetot- taa i
gtareVby;tk toad d torefed fthej sfeleton
..fojbef the lxeidf Daniel aarkriThUppn-
scpernatnjil ii4puba Jwhiph
Gcciarca inaru? was n ftne
insomnch that his body had
place called St. Ilobert'tf cave.
f where they wouIdjSnd it, witri thetfhead tufnied
to a (5ertainitner. r He tras jumediately appte
hendedA examiped, admitted as evidence fyrVjthe
rown, andisooTcted ,thV pattictuab bftfie iiir-.
4:hQ'skeleloaijO&Clark'Beiiy tmd exactly
in theractaad majiherfae iihaflescribed, fcu
ggne Aramwho nuw acted las usher to a gram
mar zzhzH. in;the comrty of Norfolk was secured
and bht a trial tit the YorH assizes. There,
his owo wife porobof atiMr the tesUnaon v f Hcdse-
.rnan'Mie was found guilrriiMi recseird 'seat3)Bei
uueain , noiwwnsianmogga fTfrjr j artrul and
learned defence, in which hejpfuyed from argu
racnt and example, ; the danger of convicting a
man upon circumstantbl evidence, j FindmgSll
hs remonstrances ineffectual he recommended
himself in pathetic terms to hie Ring's mercy;
and if everlnurder was Entitled to indulgence,
perhaps it might ,have been i eitertdad not im
properly to this man, whose? genius, in ! itsilf
prodigious, might have exerted itself in works
of generous Artility.tHe had in suite of all the
disad vantages attending low birth! and straitened
circumstances, by tne dint of his oyn capacity
and inclination made considerable progress in
mathematipaand philosophy, acqnired all the
languages ancient and moderhand eiecuted part
of a Celtic dictionary, which had he lived to have
finished it, might have thrown somje essential
li;;ht uph the origin andobscdrities H the ,Ku
r p an history. Convinced, aUast. that he had
htng; to hope from the clerriency of the gqt
ernment, he wrote a short poem . m i defence cf
opened the veins of .his left arid viih,khafx,
which he had concealed for that purooso. fTho,
' I 1 Sf"- . : i i-.-l; m ii
p,if$ until !.e was carried to iths! gibber, and un
mr . f lit the ehtenc cUeia.iHls body was
Cjnvey?djto Knaieborough-firest, arid huitsr -fn
chja:ns, near theplat-f wheithe mwderriwas
bef petratcd; These are s-jmebf lhe most rrriiark-
abr that appeared amongst many 'other irisi&
oi otuicw'L U a-uue uJ!rpfts1S a ' decree
whose passiens. iiaturAlh' imtteiuiiiiii are ill tl.
strainud by law, and the regaIatio.is of civil
ituciittuaa uu uui tear, ; ana
uic wicKeanope to etade.;.
It wifl be perceived that thfe pew act goe4 into"
rffjeton the 3d of March uexti and that provjsioK
made, that any original packages of merchant
dfeo impotted bctore theidrof March, anliTediiihn
ifig under thai, custom Housd contrsj on fhat day,
8jall piy oi:ly the reduced custom duties, and
sliall4 be .title'd to the repayment of all susns
xcceng ahe hew3raes, whichl iaay have beett
prericusly paid on tf efn. ! : jl i i t f
f otwithsundiag the caro of I ie .Senate ifi
(rectingvthagrairunatical eofj$trcti0iii! of th
IJlil aa-itcam'iroxa Ihe I!ousicf Reprcsantai
.. . o, v iriiidiuvu l.lUWi tKilEB PTfRS TIIlin
tul exist. -Thisiith chdsd fef Ithbrfenenl
section por.tinues to direct the (Tuiiis to be stored
instead of the wicrctiitiidm; which the difaughtsli
man probably intended. i "if. I J'J. : 1
By. the presented) Tariff, itVHi paypaspef
ciilc lty cf fur ceats per pound, (n a'dditioil to
ad trd valorem daty vlj$Xyperipcn(. I ;
By the new Ta'riif; tccoL citing uidcr eight
cents a pound is free cf duty ;ver cent4
it is to pny acific duty jot tour cent aatd foui-pp-cent
tid-valprcm. i . ' ' I
On'woollens the present'minirattmlsystcm is
abolished. Under the new law, " plains costing
35 cents, parytre per .cent, ct less thahUto cents
a yard ; under the old duty they 1 came; under
the 50 cent, minimum and paid 4i por cent, cr
22 i cents a yard: Pliios undelfliSk rav bv"1ths
rprpscnt (old) tariff 14 cents pejfyara ; !unger th
new, ii -t-ct w.u, uu .vaiorein, or. noi exceeding
H crnts. Under tsc ; prei r nt fcld Tanff, wooii
len areraied iiaiter a co animated f svstenu of
Iminimums. which makes it ' tediods . torfhrm 'a
vwtn mt wmjiai-isuu. louowing table WlIJ
shoy the alteraiion"madeion all goods ! Resting
.bettrcch .oiie doilarr, and two dollprs:and ifty''ient3
.tlie yaril. The first column contains the cost!
the sfcondi tlie rite of ddty under1 the new actj
and the third the a.aount ct, alteration. Under
the present (old) system, all this , f arfctfief
under the $2,50 niinimunf, and i pays Sliri
;ard: ' . ' ' r ;.tr
Cents Rate tf ncie didu vervd. Tierr nr,Tt.
i t r
- .-ii- -22i
- -1 15
' " i. . 2
- r M7
- - 1,20
H , 2,45-
V It will ."be seen that the hew
decreases from the rost ; 2.25 per yardli w hen it
is feiual xu.der both - Tariffs, down tn thm oine
ilj!0j per yardln whkh thd duty is more; than
y per cent less: iyodU trie cost of $20;
i S coite per yard lees than thd bid one, at tho
ii(p was muea weaKeoea oy tneencian jn blooa'
bqCre this' attempt was.. discoveiredir jre'.is the
iiijstAimeaVitad missed the artetyiiheldid not ei-
I r : . --.t -
latter; : , .
!jFkunek!and Baistare reiucfranvJ 1-2
fa cents ihe square yardr h H ; ; 'rtM
Brussels ijid WU.ton Carpeting feom 70 io 63
her Aiuare Tard. i il
!i V enetian dofrom 40 to 35 ce
. .'T-' - I - At" 1
yard, '!; jl n S- .
Gotten goods under the old fTarjf pay 25 per
cent, upon 'aj: mmimom of 3S cerit3 . thejrard.
Under the new; plain cottons Jpay! 25 pef cent,
dri a mioimum of 30 cenU, and colored Sec. the
tsaraeas befori?1 'I: ' ...A'
Cotton baggingls reduced from 5 cents to 3 1-2
per-jafdY ' ' 1 : ; r
r Silk goods jfrom '30 to 10 per cen .
Irish Linens from 65 to 15 pet cent.
; Sugar (bron) from d cents to 21 1-2 cents per
pound. White from 4'to 3 1-2 cents,
Tea from .India and ' Chinars from places
otiier. than beyond the dape of goi Hope, ten
cents per pound.. Cofiee free. v
w Salt is to pay ten cents jber bnshel bf 57 pounds.
v Hemp is reduced from f0 per tfik to 4Q. -
. JJar and bolt Iroo rwt rolled , pi" now 1 cent
perppuad, Under the new Tariff 4-5th of a
cent.,:;. . I :
'"The same, rolled, now pay 37 per ton.
Pig Iron is reduced from 62 1-2
cerUs to 50
cents per ewt)
Sheet and hoop dou from 3 1-2 crt3 to 3 cents
per io. - . . s
Frenchjrines in casks, (red ) frora
per gallon. , j ; . ' , -
l0 to 6 cents
Do. Do. Do, (white, from 15 to 10.
lobe reduced ot e halfafter 3d March 1 83 1
i-Phe alteration in the fluty on kvindow glass
eensists in thd abolishing ofthe highest miuim-
nm S3.fi. I.A T " . ' '
vir f- ice i .j
..pTATE Legislature. In a fetr Counties,
the Election fair members ;of four Lesrisiatare
takes place in janticipatipnof the regular day
the seoond, Thursday in Jhis-mduUi.p In Edo-e-
cpmh county it wa3 held on Thursday last, and
resulted at tne - choice ol IjOuis I);. VViIsyn for
the iy 3enate without 'cpposltioa-ifl' the Com-
monsiJt. John ,VY. totts and , Gray Little'
Reddih - Pitirnan 628f Kardy Flowers 208;
aub voiestoou. wins: : roit? ouif.? Liittie ua.
Spencer .X. I Hart was elected Sherilf.
. .JFey'er iCdac,, Augusta tshTTTSouth
MwiJAir&i Saton : h ' V
,-ttenuerest aflerdpd by a short Ttsit this even-
tag to this celebrated Cave induces me to draw
your.attention to it. It has long apb'ared ' fa me
mat tnis KiyeTivould present toi the Baltimore
and Ohio Road a desirable route to tho Ohio, arid-
8ecureto thej Atlantic avcUingstymny
ofcjsctg interest now uhin joyed. 1 Somojnotice
has been taken of the invaluable mjneral wate3
that arc to bo fojiad'ih th8oi.rth we$tf counties if
Virginia, especially thosaof Bath, dr'eerV River,
!VIohroo,andBofet3urt, sains of Uieli certainly
unri vailed 4n this country, if enaaloBl in Europe;
and some traveltrrsrhave noticed the Natural cu-
nwtucs, uiai are m jre, aoounaiug in - liiis quarter
than in any other.that I haye visited j Amongst,
these, the Cave!wbicfi I tiavo jiist witnessed is
in bold rpIiefTfhete arc frokr25 fcf 30 cham
bers, filled: with f innumerable objeeti of beauty,
variety and splehdor. The stalactite and Jbr-
raations are extremely potfectaad tUte imifaiions
vtmA iftAkUil" aakV iUw.AVOUl I
nas oeen mrnisned arm'lt js moTeio oe . won
dered t that so little pains have befn taken to
bring into notice Uiis Cave. It M ndv kept by
an obliging, attentive. and intelligent beraoh, who
gives great satisfaction, as wellasefooa chVrtain-
' 'I'M- i i p . ui.
uraii, us u, ioibi90 . uic rudu ia iU4i; pj.t.e
from Newmarket say 30 miiesj tlie: Llistaoce to
Staunton is aboutllt.8 inilesnd said to be good.
It is an object wen worth the vLiit, I and sure to
compensaui the observant iravellerX, such, if
you have a spare Corner, I should be gmd it would
be stuck in; and; I may add a notice iF the other
points ofinterest as I proceed hi my excursion,
4r '( iT; ' . ii i Jnt'
CURE OR SCRATCHES lK!iORES.
MR. EDJTOR: HMn Court
House, (Va ilprU 17fn, 1832, !
In the April 5fd. just receievd of yonr Turf
Register p3ge 306,is a reruest that srnccf your
readers wiilsuggrst some euro fur;ani Inveterate
caso tf the scratches of lonsiaudingisor perhaps
foot evil. " t! If . . - '
rlBelowjyouuwiUjfind.a rec'po that X pave seen
tried frequently; iad never in one instance did
it fail of curihj the scratclves. Tlie! almost in
credible short tdicthatl fen it eaes
justifies .rae in WBomrnendtns it in fixit
t?akefBotaunMii name no: khown)
bane-, as much asi ivou ch::'ti6Td bet
fbrefirigQi and thubib, Pt it in about ahint of lard
and stew for abbut:Halfan hour, rub the
is affected three times aday for two day
f Vulgar names -wild rat's bone, so,
Stc. &c. found in woods interspersed with pines,
icn northern erpoeute3, height abouf rh
leaves greeaj gtripd with narrow 'Wjdtp
r from me Jbotiaon Lr!,ooe
SIR JAipS3IAClNT0SlL v
On Wedesday last, Sir James Macintosh died
at his residence in! La:iu-haui nlace. ml his GOth
yearjafter a long jahd severe lllpess, -iwhich he-
bore with pious tiiiitude. His kjes wilbe deeply
TPgTetted, aswell by those whotrere acquainted
ith his private cliaracter, as by! all wio remem
ber the important, rents in which he dtinguish
hd himself, either 4s! the renowned champion let
public liberty, or a$ the advocate of liberal views
Ind enlishtencd policy. As the f antagonist of
Bnrke, little need,- to be cow said. 'His warm
admiration of Bcrke slalents had some eliare -with
the consciousness of bis own powers Id drawin?
him from his literary seclusion intojth arena of
wiiuvoaa wu :n:ucu vaao viae 00 11uuu
bold enomn to meet sopowcrtal a Jue. 1 ne
table as the subject matter wil be invjJuable to
the fhtuTehistoriad of that partod. Te recon
ciliatKin .which sufeeuently took , pUco! between
these distmguished politicians was ini part oc
casioned by their admiration ofjeach other's talents,-
independence and pubhfspirlt-senti-raents
not unlike tliose to which Fox . ttaced his
opposition I to Pitt.HCum quq glorislu3lerat con
tendere ouam ommnh adversariumhon rlabere.
4 j Sir James Macintcchts mental resources, innate
and, acquired, were immense; the! profound
knowledge, comprehensive views and pkiloso-
stand lohiect h , : wrm t.i
uuuuuvajnrp proved, to i the, world how ual
hispoweTswere to the undertaking but, nhior
tjnatcly,be was ambittoos !lo excel In all the
branches of learning,' ancient and modern that
ara3y3tematically referred to the memory, uad5f-standing,--.and
iaimagiaation. His mind hid
been devoted to the study of meJtaphyUcal.ethical
ariid politieaipliBosapy; Gerihan French, I Ital
ian, and Orieutal literature anil antiquities; he
naitcd to these a vast fund Qftneral knowledge,
oh all which he displayed an etiual kaowieiv
and a ready memory, ? With his. characteristic;
uKiu&siy, nowercr, ne: ostensibly laid claim only
to a kaowiedge of Eagiislf history tUre wus
scarcely a-valuable book or manW-fipi tht'tniU
be: mentioned upon tht subject j from which lit
had not drawn a" varied and pleasing bfonnaciud.
His History of England, though iuieudedt a
popular compendium will amain a valuable
speciLupn of wh-;t -he would have "done in thra
way had he Jived and wUl now be the: more
valuable from having been,; as the writer can perr
soiially attest, entrrelv hi"own nn1iMtinW l Thi
J inaence of Sir. James mental and "moral $habt
audes was strongly marked upon his countenance
those who were closely acquainted with Sir
Jame? will not regard the writer own imprest
sion ofjiis (Sir Jame's) cliaracter as exaggerated
when conveyed in the following words cf Reid j
"Jllusririous human characters, as they pass id
review; clothed with their moral qualities, touch
the hearts still more j deeply. They ot;! old
awakentlie sense ofbeauty. but excite the iscnt;-:
meiitofapur(iljcitioh,aiid kindle the fflow of viri
tue. While he. views what is trulv sreit audi
glorious in human conductf his soul catcho2 the!
di Vina flame, and jurns with desire to 'emulate:
what it admires." . y
His loss will be the. more ielt by. those who
were iq the-hahit of enjoying his society, coaibi
ningashcdid the; utmost reach of thought and
the deepest research upon every subjecf which
he, brought to his consideration, with a-disposi-tiDh
no less amiable thaa benevolent. His man
ners, at the same time that theywere dlgnliieJ
rendered bim also accessible. His con venation
vo9 uuvcxiiu -oui, guajaui.
I "Taught by-his convers3j happily ymd Bteerii
r ioui gjve io gay, rrom iwrei
Sit JaMes.ldatoim'leiral kaowledcre has
been rearjJedrbythe profesviion as rather thsoreu
ieaftffan pracUcal.j Hisjspeecit j as coaasej tor
PeUctiejv,ai 1803,!will ahi a general estimate'
oi me correcines3 at ttus suHemeiit : ior; uowe-i
verTi5hedaud salid fire tke materiaiS- of
which ii was'composed, ies' sponger the 'rays
fbai concentrated his own repvtfttion. j.The fcel
ing jproduced was rather that of iuxed admira
tion! and astonishhSent at the advocate's talents
I and; dexterity, thahfofcaarictioa of his cheat's
proof icf his abilities'aad uf that love of puulic
iibehy'of wIuQh iiOrhas sp loagbOea the ardent
admlrlefand strenuous supporter; I Spaaiungon
"that occasion uf pubhc libertyl waich ho delines
as ' thetwhole b-jdy of those aiieutioha-, which
unite men's hearts to the commoii wealth,'! he
remarks ; thai it i3 always and everywhere the
defensive principle of a state. It is perfectly dis-
ly.no jfiuiiohuatk;n,iever perished from ah la-
priority of couragiandj undoubtedly n coiasid
eraoi3 nauon was ever suodued m which the pub-
lie ariection3 were sound and ! vigorous. ; It is
public iBpirit which buids'tusether the f dispersed
courage uf individnals, and fastens it to the com-
weaktiiicu without ij-arilueut dancer that the Jna-
tionat spirit .nay languish, and mat. the people
may act with ies zeal, and a(fection ULt their
coujirdh the hour Of dkager." !'
iSo mdividual, perhaps, so jnuch orcrlopkcd
or disregisriioa 'the foraidiand seroiaomes 'uba&rv-
I ant in, auuve iifo, wh j c-ald at tne Simo tixufi bo
wen combine uoscr ration with exporwuce ui ; m3
adVic to others.
How readily will the following consola'ary
remark iaade by him come home to the !fcusi
ntsaad oosoius"1 of most individuals : " Uis
t'iiot given ua to preserve an exact toedium no-
tuing is so uwicoit as to deciuV how idal uiod
eis ought to be combined wth experience how
much jof the future ought to be let into the pre
sent, in the prjgrebs of the huioan mind, to en
noble and purify us, without raising us aboVe tlie
sphere uf our usefulness to gratify us jibr what
we ought U, seek, without unhttmg jus far that
tu which we muse submit.0 Lelierwm Sir J.
Macintosfi 4t!ie Rev. Robert Huti, Bombay,
Scjjt. ll, 1S0S. ' i
Him candor and uabiassed regard to truth,
have always been; prominent among the many
excellenttrait3 in his character. Indeed, his
whole life has been in strict accordance, with the
sentiments he entertained of the Christian religion,
ltsintfaenctflm his own conduct he thus acknowle
dges irra letter to Dr. Parr; "The philosophy -which
1 have learned aggravates my calamity instead
of relieving me under it ;; my wounded heart
seeks another consciation, governed by 'thuse
ibelings which are to he found in . .every age and
region of the world ; and 1 seek relief and od
it hi the soothhig hope and .consolatory opinion
that a bcuevdent wisdom inflicts the chastise
mant 33 well as bestows the enjoyments of hu
man life j that a superintending goodness wfli
oiieday eaiightea the darkhess that surrounds
our nature and hahg3jatejrur proHpects; tnat
this dreary and wotched; .lifts is hot the . r hole cf
men ; that an suiiai so sagacious and provident,
and capable of such proScieucy in science and vir-
rtue, is not like the beasts that perish ,1 that there
is a dwelling place prepared fur the sp:nt ol the
juit 5 and tnat the ways bf God will yet be yindi
catcd toman. , Ani 1 sincerely declare ' that
Christianity, in its genuine purity and spirit, ap-'
pears to me the moht amiable and. most veneralAe
ot all the lorms ia which the homage uf man has
ever been offered to the Author of this being." I
It may not, perhaps, be generally .known that
Sir James iacinUh was early dibtojuished fat
his poetical talents. The epuhet of tae f Young
Poet"! wast apphed to hint while at college. f Ills
tliernes weru tu, geuer of a poetical kind. His
oLitaiat attendance at the lioose of . Cunmohs
duriug' the.dacussion on the Ileorm Bill, ia
which he took ouBSiderable inten:, i ainutthe
causes assigned for Ids sudden illness. He has
left a sou who U intendejd for the bar, and two
daughters,4 who are both married and are as ami
able as they art accomplished. f ; J ! .
ifilrl Calhoun's Speech on the
The debate heretofore on th.is subject, has been
on the degres of PROTECTION which ought
to be afforded Ui our cotton ana tcoou&i menu-
' - 1 j a m ti f -i ':
professing to be friendly to thoss
jeaTc our cotton cstahIis!K v
meats exposed U the compcUtichl of the cottcii
goods of toe East Indies, which U is aetmnMkM. .
ei on all sides, they are not capable of tdeebT
with success, without thi m; . i
stneken cut by the moUoanoV tu&nxs
the lwscm of our jamilies. But on . a subSctoT
siiin vital :mnnrftiiw - 1
rnty and permanent proertry oWeourWr
he ha;)e.J that the House wooli indulge Min in
a few ptrrations. He regretted mnch his want
preparationhe meant not a reAnTBrr
for he; had ever despised .sucji, but thatfduq and
manure meditation. Ind arrangement of thought,
which the bouse is entitled to on' the part of th(ev
who pecupy any portion -of t their time. "Bat
whatever his arguments . injgbt wantjm that ocV. r
count in weh(, lie hbpedinfehf be made np'm -the
disinterestedness of his situation. lie fwas
no nnnufactuTer ; he yeas net,.from 4hat portkm
of our country supaaed to tepeculiariy interested. !
Commg,as he did, from the Soathj having ia 1
common with his irnraediate constitnents, nj ir-C
terest;bntin thfteuhivatic of the soU.inselimgl
its products high, and "buying cheap the want I f
and cohveniencics cf Iife,'nj motive could b at.
. ;.tted tp him, but such as were dtsintexev
ted' i ' - -, T 1 :-:
- 4 le fca tsserted, that the subject neRwft ttAm "..
motajiuea a new a.5nt U im
1 ui ine uecate assumed thif , W: h hn . ,S
determined to he sUenpsUi.; I
largely dtd, tathat general anxiety-whkh UMt: M t
after so ljng and lahonoua a tJ. irf
was connected with the security of the countrV.1 ' I
It would doubless, by some U' considered Jfash fl
assertion ; but he conceived it to be susceptjibld i
01 4he charest proof, and he hoped, with duel at- '; I
teatiph,to establish it the satisfaction of tho.! S
.Houso-j j ' j: I . i
The security of a country mainly depenction!
its spirit and its means; and the litter ' princi- T 4
pally aporv its moaied resources. 'UodJtt oA '
Ua industry f our country ileaaibihed ,
with our peculiar sircaUaad want of a naVal ! - 1
ascendency ; wheBwe have the, :.nwjfortSa' .
te? 3th a nation domun
pathfcean,md it is almost only with siich i '4 v'
; we canat present be, tho monied resources of tho i '"' 1 V.
conntry to a great extent must fi!. , He tok it i . . ' '
tor gTauted that it was tho duty of Uiia body; to h
adopV,those msores of prudent forcsrglit, lr -
which the event of war - ravfe necessary. ,VV I
panaoLhs-nresuaied, be indiflorent to . danrs r,: '
tram a hrmd. Unlooa inaA .. i 'f; .; ?
rod to; ndulge in tho phantom of ctornal Deaco.l v il
which eems to possess the drearrhif some ofjts r
. r; vuli a 9iaM3 exist, no tpresiitiit,, .
orfortitude would bo noceasary to conduct tho '
aSairs of the republia: but as it is the ntebW
s;on,oCtlie imaiasrination t as vprrr tnl-i t!f 1
ever lias or. ever will eisst, nresobjected 1 toiha
viipsitude of peace and "warit must ever be clia-
war on. them?. Cvnrrtt4
arwl iTnitnlfnra till ' .t r
cjasuiuw.. taorjirmcipai .Tratrces ofour jwedth, . MJ
3a long i as-.thcse.temalittenritedi thetoofe'i vr !f r
try prosbefl j but wari; asv We are now clrcurrb M. ' I f
stanCedtjisT; equally destmcrtvo fo bath " 4 f
both deppnd 6a f ireiga markets; and our counfry ' i;
ft & r gards theniarfajslteationfetrict f
lyiusular; a wide, ocean rolEs bltweea:, & Oaf .U vVp
cpmrnerco neither tsor-,ca!t be pratectedpy the?l !"! ; I1 1
present means efthe cohatm . What. tfA4U 1 1 I I
fcti eflects-of a war wfth a'vimfitfmA ir,i:U4,.,---t:l- i :,
powerWith Ealaad? t Oitr cDmmcreeanaili:.
Iat3dy.tfdiTidna nitaery, and pVoJueing hatrrla
poverty cur agriculture cut off from its acciis
tomed market the surplus prodnctf the farmef
p3rishcs on his hands ; and he ceasSf' ibfrndnfc'
because be cannot 'sell, His resources aro dripd
u. , ioiiisrAprjrraaregTeatiy mCTeasedi
all mlnuiactmred article. th nAviA . .Iif
sure on the growers, of .cotton anjl tobacco; kil 'v I f
othar greatstaples of the country; and t the sanf "1 1. - ;
state of thmgs will recur in tlie ventfwVi4.:' v'C" -I."'
unless prevented by the foresight of this h")dyJ
If the mere statement ot facts did not canj' cr4w
Viction to any rndj ashe conceived it is cak-jljj,
ted to do, additional aronmenta miorhthA Hr-J
fram ' tho general nature of woaitbrf Nthrj
agriculture, manufactures, or comaierce. '.taka
separately, is the cause of wealth, ; it for jcs from
'Vie thre&jcomvined: and cannot eziit nhJumt
each. "The wealth of any single nitaor in,
individual, it i3 traemay not immtdiat efy df
end on the thfbeVbut such wealth . always prl H ,
supxjse3 tneir existence. lie viewed the worcs i
iu ui? uiosi e.uarea ssnsc. w itaani eimmerc
ndustry; would have no stimulus wit hovt ma
irfactures it teould be ttithout the means ofprb
auction iand without agriculture, neither Hf
the others' can subsist. When 'jspparated I In- 'fe
this country produces, to a great extent, that efr j
feet; and hence the grat emharrassmeut WrrMt V1'
fJlnwait in train TTi' (iiliwo f ttiiM.tA
and resources of the nation necesrily; involved'! V 1 1 i
the ruin ofits finances and its currency. It 4 4 c4 u j
admitted by the most strenuous advodtes.'ofc i lif 1
the other side, that no country ouTht' to ba
ucpuneeniyn'anqvner iur lis mtans .qi ueience;
I the shock of war? Behold the effecf of the : lateC -
-war on them. Wheaour manufactures f -;art i
grown, ta a certaiii perfection, as they soonwill
under the fbstering.card ofgovernni3at, we will - '
no longer s experience these evila. The farmer111
will find already market for his surplus prodocei ! ;
kand whatis almost of equal consequence a cerf; 1'-
tain ana cheap shppiyotau his rantx, , tim r
prosperity wui ainuseiisei to every ciass min
cammuAitv'!: and instead of that ianirucrtf in4
that, at least, our musket and bayonet, our can- I M 4
non and bail, ought to be of domestic maaafac4ujp.'L '- j'.'
But what, he asked, b more necessary fcfthe de- f f i .
leace'of a country than its currmcy and finance? '' '
dnstry and individual distress now incident to ! ;i
state of war and suspended commerce, the a
wealth and vigor of the coniniunity will mitbe
matoriallyjmpaired. i-The andr of government '-t
will be nerved, and taxes in the hour of danger ;
essential to the indepeadence of the nation, may
be greatly ihcreaced ; loans so imoertain and ha
ardous, maybe less relied on ; thus siiuatcd, thcf';: !
storm may. heat without; but iwithin rtll will bq l.
quiel and safe To eire perfection to 4his slaW( j;
of things, it ufiUbe'nteessan to add. as soon am j ;
posstlU.d system cf irieraalinrpneesienu
prevent. the cutting fir dhr, ccjatingtade. Tbm
advantage osacn is minning, as jum. uj remio
iuustratioo, especially after th experience of ail
the receot war. It is thus die resoorcet of tho
government and popple would be placed beyond
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