iitltijgl&l y 44; .
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If A3ltE0N JONES.
' v HUolTiect 'is to Jjwrnic and to please
' u tli thercfort, with zeal and diligence set him
irlkriWiis worVmd lie flatt Jiipaself thikt the
! hTMt:i?itcrW IJteraturcL
AiCTiUurc and Coiiunerce may prwiwted'by
liil ia!biI"t Oood m&plsf andlxefinfmient it (shall
iH kyiitidd to egiibldj, and aiinst thej enp
tfM of thesdj tvHcthcr ppen" hKldeh;Jie. Trill
tjri the utmost pf hw strength. jLnticisrd, wit,
is an;ite ant those other jwnfreais ihat 'pvhjest
tK&lfcctoil rejjasts:ho will- endraVor to aflbrd
in tW afcKmm. . Bclichg in tho'patrjotLsia
I afMijuHi tateat andware
tha.t BndetTed.Uame cart but himlei Che Jroper
ftUi rf noWrnmrait. he will feel it his duty jo
tti thetitji oftWyjuy which has been so freely
V irlwhlfetnst the Adnibbltion and yin-
. TUif with fifnrtr its iustifiafcle measuresi He
1 viU l free IweTer to sustainj the. continuance
yife; liniiea piaw3 uajiK, w ucu cubuw miu
j!lncaUons a$ eipenence may haTe snown to
j. . .I n. Editor oeems me excise 01 me. poweT
OSlnp.urctemetilt by the general
pfnmentlid tlve i highest dearee inexpedienti
ha hlilievcs that ijlcldistributidn pf larse' sums of
I timijty lGrtress the President, will pro-
dq? 3eaiousiel distrust and disafTection, and will
I cflrrobiiUii tendiBUcy of such Iecrislation; r Affaihsli
Tm wpAffp.n ur union ir iv pmninnr or me
a tariff which has! fur ita object, the fostering of
fthiiihltercpfe jcouutry at the
expense 01 anuierine oesx energies 01. uus paper
Iwiiitwlopposeot.- , ,'t ?i- l;l ,;i ' ' -
A Of the newlv roposratel doctrine of Nullifica I
I xion, ik; oniy Btary in say,inai in an 119 pusses
3yjewsoi ciTii pouijfanaad sucn wm oe comoaij
to ut wie tir uuiuai
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Thb CiROtiSA ; Watchman,! Is -published
Vxj.wxct, ai? eeDoHiirs per year, in advance'
rnvi'e- tiiiiwi$er live in Counties mora than
one nnnarea iniies uisiani irom oausuury, aau in
all chs where the account is over one year;sta.n-
r:. the, price wilt b $4J 1 f
ar less than' one
year : Advertising will he done at the usual rates.
No Subscription will be withdrawn until "arreara
gts kre paid junietheforcoe. i y
,. Six subscribers 'paying the whole sum in ad
vance, cith hivethe l ralt)vman atl- f 20 loir 1 one
yearand if aflvanced regularl vill he coiitinu-J
ed at the sarafl nu atterwards. ; " i j;
.' 411 le-tirs jio the Editor must bc Pott paid or
ther willhotbe attended to. - ; . t
-f asiiQrentf thEditor on the business J
of the Qificej nlfaddress him as Editor oT the I f
jar0l1na ! IKArtlarI hose tha: write 011 oth-
er bu&inss canidirect to H. C. Jones, i I
4?. HHW10118 taken hcfureA the
bi hecom6du publication of the first
?u!lr,Ww-- lcf."' 1 &
ii.. m m tiiuviri.ToiT joues.
f 1 : ' " 1 "
mv mm! - .4 - . .- ..
U for llM cqnuflue tor the -present to practice
T f f iLawjiilt tftfObnties ofltowanand uy,;MlitJr..-Boro,. inembersf to the Legislature
w; btrr;tk;0QUat' npierior; CourtB. ;Kej .will 1 1
visit tnc next Superior Uourts of Stokes and Da-"
vuison m order tosettle his business in these cburts.l
; His Office is i
of the Caroliaa
. A thl.A Inntiinn ....II tL.IJ VIA
Oislwgff on' Thursday. of the
fcJuiiwE vouri, 10 lajte into jconskiera
Mud uifc.rw ut;nu4iis i aiiu . ail inosn
;;t3ferl9lftTER'4 ;" '
.RICmiOND M. PEARSON
Ji ft frilOSUMULL, -Jr. . f I . '
:ii!i:iGEO.FRALEY;i of Salisbury;
fllil'iTHUjLS McNEELY,. "
i : ALEX. BUIS, - l!-- i i
' ; XL AI.'. CLAYLAND
; VlIfJEORGE EOSTIL
i MM. NATHAN CH AFFIN.
; ' ;;;fOHN BEARD,jr I : ' I - if
Cje ! Grand Itury iof Rowan rCounty
St Quarter, Session?, approve; the above
IC3, and recbthhiend it to the attention of our
m BAMUEL CULBERTSONi
PETERiA 1 .n Ri f : f it r .1
-auuu file, J;
iJOSEWl UtVlN, '
; JAMES fa KNOX
I w i u uia:u u WAN , ir.
DAVIp DA WALT !
f JOHN H. PATTERSON; - J
t - V
to : V - - ,? i t i. Ti mWmmW jmm mV M jM km M tm -i 1. .
IT'riLWE ccnstinifir inA A 'Lv 'v,t(LIi!nn.
JL : m Pfjkcs Cctyw s,ron-Iiine both slack
tf T1 wich UseUritiSS'- cehtfeer
BuyeJi SUckcd; and 50 for unsUcked-id
hen the quanuty of one hundred bikhrl U-VJ
S mce and pd fgr, thd price'wUl be some f
j achrhaTi a fewdoors bplbw the Mansion llotel ;
in the Hofee lately occupied by Saml; Jones Esq J1
tasajTaverni' r.i- -i ' H . -ii
v - - .
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H The foljoAVing Gentlemen will, oblige me by
u;tmMas fgents fcr the VVatchmaii in the ser
ral untics where they reside, land receipts
ihadey theul would be as valid as! if made, by
imyeiVyH::!"i:r-i. I w 1 : f 'J -, ' , :
f FOB SURRY COUNTY. I ,1 .
1 1 Francis K. Armstrong,! 1
llt'a'ptdJoha Wright, ; ; it
Coi. lVir. Wright, j : 1
1 STOilfiS COUNTY:
John Poindextcr, Jisq,'
Isaac UihsonEsq.1j 4- I I
IL I WILKES COUOTX
1 Cot. Saml F, Patterson;
j Messrs. Finley &;I$ouchel,
!H t BURKE COUOTYL
If Roberi Pearson; Esflj "1 4)
rfiSidneVg. Er,win; 1 j 4 jK j.
John V, iiardm, risq-jl f
Hubert Galloway, jfi Esq
A.IM. Scales, Esq J ' )
. '! LINCOLN
C. Q. Hendersoa,'Esc
Dr, Jr D. Bojdi
F. ;L Smith: Esq. .
Miles3 B. Abernathy;
Davd Storko t EsalH ! H
!.fD M. Bamnger. jsq: -.-it. i
ij Dr.' Jf A. Mebane,
Col, A, Mitchell,
IREDELL. ;i I
!i Whitfield Kerr. Joseph P. Caldwell, Esq.
il .:' DAVIDSONS ! :l .
!t4ohh-p.Mabryi. ..-MKU'- " " .
sonable commission will be allowed on mo-
'peyllected. . H.C; JONES. :
Salisbury, July ,23, ; ,
!f Ezttact of a letter io the Editor.
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Iillsbojiough;! Sept. 12th 1832.
M captlidatl hereabouts. i ! I ! 1 ' I . j -
A' jarge meeung o tne people lot Urangectr.
wasiiieid on yesterday at this place : Duncan
liaiTeilnin tiTPsidpd. All th nmmmnt !mpn t in I
tk.-.UL -if u". L.i o i- ;. I
PtxTss, the! Representative frornitlrs District, 1
the Bdtttity JSt-Boru members to tho Legislature, j
rpsluuortcundemiiing in fpoiriteU .terras"! the
u'C!rne.ot rtullincatioii a3 unconstitutioh:.! land
traitorous in i
its tendency was ! introduced, and
le public explanations from several per-
resent was carried unanimously with ! the
uouuiVUC,suiiuiry voitj.t aUI pUOUC meil I .
oted for it. 'with a united, voice." iiAfterlNullifi.
atipu was. condemed, Anti-Tariff resolutions
Kvemultroducad, upon .which, there was great
division ; upon counting the votes; there was
so neriy ajue, u wasesoiyeo, mat tne larmer
l'spration t e? postponed' until nex1 month,
wh"4 another meeting is appointed to be- held.
f If .tfems- ?m alwaysj be-
et dxtremes, and many well meantaz. .and -hon-
i 9. - 1 i-. ; - - w . ( f i
tli. I ' w i " r.. ! . - 1 4 Jit .
I" I T I .L S KW ; w J
'"'TirVflrftCuW tat? a .rmddle . ground I between the
lilnressnt hiirh rates cfdntr khd: ai'jil nnlnn.
J I irhen of the prote ctive system, J are led from ; the
areme , violence ,ana
tit! R&bW nartvilto onnose thenii atid all thr
M0etlihcs.rrooda9.well as bad ;-i Tiii4 'Jt
iwiliiii .u- 0.,1 J i; . H"
,...u,a. yyu j. uangcrousas
yrvW mat m avoiding the
tuigci. uiat pcyiia j w as cangerous as
mat fepUt uoon the rock, andkhatiieatt!..
1-' - I ? i . . '
brirliov to the Union carr :ei ki.
wit ,.it fi,rth u-Vtli1 1
- v. "UMgftMVM U4 Uie jUara
"Jrf-" uwou. jl ais we mope ana believe
will be dons m a reasonable tMe and to the sati
j faction of all reasonable men.'
f Fob, Tiri Watch Was-, s
and !pifieo:rcrr1atm6sphere4 Providence is
;prtfuryikmi to tlV,l",ieree!dijKse is cutting
m ijausands of systems itt oui bsler States,
Ulst we enjoy .anj almost! perfect immunity.
sjthhat ardent gratitude should present cir
caii4tandes thrill our f bosona ? i Have wo any
good rca-son, however, to j&hticipate permenent
.teritiveiyi can we not hear the diitant muttering
ruf wrathful thunder? Dd fnoti the eep land
: dreadful rollings cf the mighW ctaxiot ct death
' tUr.titf C Jrwi ' :ii -
1 ame presentJunmtuTrupted peace in our plea-
i ,a VAUtk fi,.0iw- k; t 1 j
i.L!-J2i. 1.1. .l ti, 1' - . - . -
.Jii krJ; ' r.?.. ,-.,
snes Will be.a mmd surrender tif ourselraa to
tin? of citizens
fatfIxocklbrd:.brrv wtmty,on Tuesdar the 4th
rdaSiptember. ikW; ijt-1 i . J
ing was then explained in a concise and
I The cheerful spirit of health! now- reisrnsi ?cn-
ecdlVih ourTown i-with Ithe! texcebtion ! tf a llTa
feineWinffcasesj ottafe welOkilZ are invful "uu oy . t ie
we must first striirhten the paths 1 u . T.v rfr" fr'r; iranjfcrat
.: the iMgh -plMM -ml kwr Hives br J STJr ATt
... GAi.csDPr:ir-rj. ;c. .QACTRDAy, .G3P'irrs3ntirss,i iocs'. '
.... - . . ; u -
lucid manner by Mr
son, Richard C Puryi
N icholas L. Williams. John Ednxmdson - and
Jusjah Cowles, appointed to draught resolutions
expressive .of te - opinion uf the ; meetingj who
having retiied. a short time; reported, the follow-
a. i camuie ana xvesoiuuns. u i i 4 - s 1 1 L H - i "
sidents--re cannot . but (iercei ve. jihat ithcj moral
and political standing of our; Ooyerdmnt has de-preciated---that
the ties which heretofore have
bound the Union together are by becoming related
threaten destruction, and that the political virtue
of the earlier and better days jaf t the Reputilic is
fast degenerating into; a mercenary 1 contest 'for
"place and power j"--nd
, ;..: WTiereas, we cannot but attribute this imelan
choly result to.the' misrule of IAndeir; Jicksonu
who; by making the offices of the Ooveriiirient-
the reward of dovotion to his willji . 1anp the I de
priTatioQ thereof, jthe ( punishment of !twe who
dared to be indpendent, regardless bf he jhonesr
ty and long services of those dismissed; or the hi
fcrrry of those rewarded, jhWgiyen''j(canal pfecei
dent to that train of events by Which public opi
nion is gradually sapped and placed in th scale
of'f Exeentiye patronage." ; That5h0j lia in he
exercise of a constitutional right; taken the sini
gle and high responsibility of, interdictihg the1
existence of a! National J Bank; , jwhoSe henefits
were felt j and acknowledged, ' throughout the
Union, thenby exhibiting a .total hxpaf or.Jregarc(
for the general good when ia collision tj with bis
own will. I That he has in that.Vtt pj ptoinulgai
ted djctrines- directly at. war Nutii thei&n(jamen4
tal principles of our GiiVernineiit, Mteftipting
to overthrow an Independent udlcsiry, the best
safeguard of our Uhet$eti, iaisseitinjg fhit eve-j
8' officer ol the (Jovernmenti. j is to judge the
onstitution as he believes it betting upj their
individual whims and prejudices against the so
lemn opinion of the adjudged expounders of the
constitution and mat he lias turthe? evinced
con tempt for that Institution ? and wjth a Silence
"full of meaning hza encouragedphe State of
thereby inducing her to add strength to the de4
structi ve doctrine of Nullification in? Sdutbi Caro-j
lina by adding Georgia experience ?andteimpbi
I to the theory of South Carolina. 1 1 ij jUI il - 1
Ana r unncrmore, noircunceot iwitQ aa-i 1
a l.m w m. m - . r
sailing me uignixy 01 . me; senaia ; inrougui
a j pruetituted rress-. -whenj. iey dared i to
James Jl. Dodged and jaT d by the State; indsiiby the5' indir idual" atock
ot Dr,r Pleasautjiender- 1 holder. Is .f j . , i
ear,! William C: Bird, I j" The act of ineornoiratioft nrntrlM v fr h L '
: -IVhjtreai.tM contrasting the present
oi oar .country, with what it was but a fevry
amce; odsr the administration of our fjrmfir
WT - 5f,Py?y y 'JHTmT1 n kUlpd, Sa women and ch ldrert prisoners
made with their advice . and .consent, he has ?t - , , , ,
shown in the appointment of Samuel ilGwyn (a4 precise number j could . not, be. ,-ascer-m5ng
others) to a Land Office in tti Mississippi! gained, s the f greater ortipii: was slain
a disposition to wave the spirit and Ihej-I letter of 'aftfcr being forced into tlie river. Our loss
that in trimentnd construe for hirnseif--!
that the President is 'sole supreme in lapjxint-l
men Finally, intact, he has shown j himself
in the progrtof aflairs-thepass
oi a party, ana not nis leuer urusiri .Monroe;
nmmW 'th:ii.-widMitnfaXBtW.!tl 1
mitUurefore Resolved, That j. we !; view thri
.1 arLn . P reason t f.rtWyl
.United States, asdestrucUve I to thelbest t intex4
r Ji esolved. That a committee, etinistincr of Jo-
c!i. v....l.. l...r.. Dii..U..
derson, Thomas Wright, Joseph AVilltams and
John VVrighi, be appointed toi:ineet thelcocumitl
the other counties in thisiDistri at!
roo Tuesday next, to homiuate an
Elector for this District opposed to i tlie re-elec-
tion of Andrew Jackson.
ilesoiveajurUier, 1 nat thetoregomg JUesolo
"vi haiuiwduo puuiiauou m , iuo vaiuiiua i j
vvatcaman and Catawba journal. ; j l : r i i' '
(Signed) HENRY P. P01NDEXTER,
,li ! !' Chairman!
WM, BUROH, i f
i r : ; Chairmen.
Joseph Willi am s , Sec'rys ; Tj 1;.
!,Tn Union Bank of LoutsumaJ--Under this
title, the Legislature of ! Louisiana cljartered an
. 'i f . ,' "I r 1 ! ! . '"; .
institution in April last, of a somewhat hoveli
character The object was not merely ii estab4
hsh a 15ank for general purposes, but1 to. provider
uic means 01 uorruine 11s enure capital on ria-i
vorable terms abrjad. "The foupdon 1 is I laid
gaffe on such property, of at least j, equal --value
with me amount, of stock subscribed SfFVnirlmili
lions are to be secured on property ih the city of
pew-wieans. oiaves are not w oe taKen as
security, except in the j proportion! of . orie Hhird
security, except in the j proportion one Uuird
1 wm . ..... i; -. it : " : t . S ? s f
oer. Unckbuildinsrs are onlV!to W taken as sc4
VKa e one mini, anu mere, are
Shttut nnlmnm. lali
1, ; r T ;
purpose, the State pledges jpfidtjjgU issues d
hve per cent sijck lor the amount iti bonds of one
thousand dollars each, one fourth' if;wHich is pay!
able in twelve, one fourth in fifteen one ;- jfourtll
i m iweniy f 3 ears w i
Bank ire brpwght; in?
: ;!'-!'.; i; V
i These, designs appear to havej succeeded 1 peri
fictly, and me security of the! boniiitoihav0 i biol
1 i . - . "J- l ; i 1 . til T: i 1
satisfactory to the monied:.eoiiimtttyj r has
already been , announced that the wholesum had
been taken by a Bouse" in this MtJll iini connexion
w iwi nouso iu LAJuuvm j atapremiampi o 1-I4tn
7 Tk. K.J.1 t;iJ, v-S!Ili.t
'i ..."1 , L T
w 100 ns on tneir
VY,U TU9' 4"! "l1? la.?rr t tor
exceemng m an, one halt; then? aihount
years, Che-interest payabl4anndallti'ia'! advanccL
rr- .f- u,um aup fpui-
4 No dividends are to be made of profits until tire
1 ursb set m uonus laii qub. k ro ut u ia m i
any time imposed by the State.lbut id isonsiderai
tionf its assistance in procurihr ttsdl foah feel
'wjuwoaipB wye e XtH
1 iVWhen the bonds of the State havi alt beri
ipaidbyjth BaiilE; itoahir.'are. Uunidated'
lorjiweuty-uvB -years; tne last mree ot wnicn
are to bo employed in 'wmduupjii-rijfii'1;!;'; 'f
of .Hie institution is to be troveraed bra jbcan
twelrc Diretturs, six of whom are ;to be
. autwu u tf gi m.is ot oufif ,.jm. ares Liedt Ritneri
. i t. Mir- r jt- m.-j ,; lii
01 one nunureu uuuars,to oe euDscnoed oy; cui-4 fn, , j
7Dne..rtU(i.ta ,Aua vi 8Uii,i-rJ,iH i 1 he Cay alter.
I to marker . " r :
tabjishroeot of various dfcecs, and the distribu
tion pi various sums in loans nnon th nmnprtr
m sundnr parishes of the State, JA large propor
tion of the whole canibti : ik ta K 1
bond and mortgagef jmBank U trestricledHto
f per cent interest jon all loans upon negotiable
Pyerfjayable within mbnthsand is net Ito
pke more than seven; per cent peri annum in anv
case, except when payments fed j tl he made kt
matunty? In such ase it! y entitle XL.
h,Wn. HjyWwtjf,4t;aiy; time any U
i Pk " STTl t"?"' flnetionor. ;
iilnr ? ft??PPre hH keen1 devised
with financial ability, and toe Cell Calculated
to promdte .the'inr of a State (which pmes
ses,capaf juej fur fiiabliddustry, tar beyond
its wpitl, the plinf derives I additional inteVests
; ft fw the fact; that-several of
Western States; as-we?understandwill
likely totasji mmilar institutions for their
dwn b?nW8e,tad ptticulariyj to prevent thedam
age whieh might iitherwisd result, from the
withdraw of the funds ofT thei United Suites
Bank, should that, iuatitution fail to obtain a re
newarof itscharterj".:n' --U ,hA'l ":" J P
ol Commerce, if-
the f Wasliintrton (RlnKA
! S ! INDIAN WAR.; 'CJ-
i j The' official inibrrnatidn j has been re
ceived at the DpaHmeiiti of War:
Aead 4s. iftAcrpn North 'lfaVnAnny,
j j ;j Prairefdu; Chiefl,Au 25th, 1832.
1 j SijMfl have he honort to report to you
Uiat I crossed tlie Quiscorisin Jon the 27th
and 28Ui'ult. wfth a select boky of troops,
consistirig ofthe , regulars under Col. Taylor-
foui hundred in numberpart of Henry's
Posey's; i and Alxander brigades and
Dodge's battalion i of the mounted volun-
teers, amounting in all tOj thirteen hundred
men; arid immediately fell upon the trail of
4t, u - J:SUU J U...!.
through a mountainous , and difficult coun-
P r'l' f vy iue anainsi: wnen
ctoie. up, wltn his mainjbody on the;
m . : w
111 uum iuiTiiM.iiuii1ueurjy opposite uie
moutti 01 tne ioway,wnicn weattacKed, and
defeated and dispersed, iwith' a loss on; his
of about one hundred and fifty men
in killed and wounded, which,! is stated be
low is very stnall in comparison With the loss
of the enemy, which be may atriributed to the
enemv's beinff forced from his nositions bv
U ' i, Ka,j U a 'LarnM m'A
a rapid charge at the commencement and
uiruugiioui uie t vgageiup iuo remnant
of the enemv. - tut- llo and disheartened
1'ttossedlta tliicppsite side ofjhe river and
has fled into the interior, with j a view, it is
supposed, of joining Ke-OrKuck and Wap
ello s bands ol acs and I- oxes.
tThe horses of the volunteer troops being
exhausted by long marches, and the regular
trobps rithouff shoes, itj;was;not thought
advisable to continue the ; pursuit; indeed
a stop tb the further effusion ofblood seem-
ed.to be called J fr till ilimigm be ascer-
t-infa if tho enemv would not surren-
ft is ascertained from-pur prisoners that
the enemy lost in; the battle on the Quis
consin j68 killed and a very large number
wounded ; his whole toss does not fall short
of three hundred-7-aiter the battle on the
Q;sconsin the enemy's women and "chil
dren, arid somevho were dismounted, at
tempted to! make -their escape by descend-
tPg that river, bUtaudtcious measures Deing
taken py CaptT Loomis and uen- btreet, In-
j dian Agents and; thirty'-too women and enil-
1 ren ana tour men nave oeen capiurea,
UnA smnfi U men-killed bv the detachment
the battle ori this river, I
place by water,; and the mpunted
loinusl to-iday. jRtis now my purpose to
of the reraaimnsr i principal men ot the tios-
thft n-rfv which from the'
large number of
J UTfUIl I .SIIIII I'lllllliril '11 Li JJUIU Ui3 Lift aSUillft 3
VVrTrn 1 IT " , L...iLi 4i 7
plied with.! Should it not; they should be
I A i a . -- -1 t ' . vi iff . .
pursued and subduea, astepj uiajor uen-
V : i ... fe ll' - 1 .? 1 . LI 1 1 ' 1
Cased in the last battle and. fatiguing march
Uiat precceaea itf aa.s"yj ii uiv icjiuiia
of the officers o jbrigades anq corpa are
ttanhyi! in. vthi i shall bd submitted; with
furthertremarksj i i Ha - i j- - Ij; -.-.v.
5 killed and a woundea otn jnt,
S 1 i wounded 5th jhf.
11 Cabt 5 prices Dodg battallionmoun-
1 Lieut. 6 privates, Henry's 1 1
i privates woiihd, AMxander's v
havej tlie honqrto be
iitn great Sspeet, V,
i your plrt servl, ;
it H. ATKlKSON,l '
! i Coinimnufcritn Chiefs irashington.
Front; tho Chatleston Couner. .
1 ; i
n. Jftrfnl rVlAJThere are ihony . honest
lAmencans among me xum,y -
we nniL ana reuuauu; iw
redeem meipledges.1 Its pisnmon, it is flat
Trtoaoa. and oocnlv avowedit isj understood.
Our trade U alread V crippleo-stock Is about to
be Tpmnvpd debts cad no looeer "be collected--.
must now strug
o! have' hitherto
City Election is
Grained bv that t)artvi every4 Union : man is a
haakmnt. ererv adooted citizca is an alien the
tro ttriii & !&e2ot li
!Tnis lBiralXVa--Tbe St. luis iRe-
I publicah, received Jtry last mailj furbxthc f 1U-
li nirinn tnf.imtlm4 6 J-' ' I : '
: Oj t ...I., t.
- iuuww; iiuuiua Mate ujlu uuuqjiueu1
and - they are 4 nov retummg toohj;ir hjtaes.
General Atkin i passed thu city? cu Satur
day night last "m the steamboat Warrior, Lr
landtras the? WarriortwaS leaving; b
some jtriendly Scs,"that a band of Siuxs hau
encountered the hjstile Sacs and Faxes, aad
inithe: engagement ; which T ensu Ifrom viooi
to: 140 of the hitter were slain; Blaci Hawk
was said to -haveibeenHof the number The
reporfirests pon the authority of two' htiie
Indians who alone escaped to me camp of hc
fKcndly SacsL JVe learnfurthcr,, that Keek-
uckthe chief of the friendly Sacs,l had given
up hancpWryeVw.fai he
murderer of a niannamed WilliiajSi in
Warren County -nm
-r.!?: .-r?? 'J ? ?i - " .
Voun? men to - t rwimrS-ir
subsistknee to teacs and Foxes.'
r i i li . . ? .
l'iwi i?e,lienJB Pub" i
iished? that the number of commumcahts
connected with the Presbyterian Churci ini
represented and abused as had Iwh
I or three years bast, it ! may be expected to
prosper as it Jiis never done before. The
mtthodists have! been, persecuted1 till they
have become by far the most numeral Hn.
nomination in the countrv, ami the mi I
course of treatnent 1 appli
tenans o any other ; sott,
will tend to the
.f-- N T. Jswr. of Com,
QREENHpw i ON QHOLERll.
Messrs. Carey?andLea havW hvnii!1i.bnt
work,called f Cholera, as itl recently appeared pthat Hwas; but all concur in saying, that! Hoc
m the towns of New i Castle and GnirhA I rasioned a strancf trpmniniM mntLm. Th !A-
including cases illustrative f its rhysioWy and
pamoiogy, with a f view to me establ.sbnii. nt
sound principles of practice" It is an K1a y.
position of the natire of this hew and hitherto al-
mast unknown disease, and .will be found of ffreat
rZi' .PPV to the medical faculty.
The authur4 afer treating of the nauie, phys-
lology ind pathology of v the 4 disease; adduces a
number of cases illustrative of the four! degrees
into which he has. fclassed thb Cholera. These
instances are suckas come under his personal
notice.i j -
The Tredisposuiff causes of Cholera! h divirlps
mut vwo ciasses-natural and acquired. J The
naural cause arise from the net-uhar nKranie
Structure if the inHivKtnal. anrl tUa
al tendency to specific diseases. The acquired ! Liverpool (JVV 8.) Jlag, 16t!i,On Sunday ,
causes are to be found in whatever has a tendency imorning last, about 7 o'clock; the rith inst, na
to debilitate moral or physical- health ; more hy of Our inhabiants felt, a blight shock f an
especially to dimiriish tlie healthy tone of the di- -earthqnake.' IhaVe since been informed sthatHt
gestive systein. . After speaking ofhe )Qwerful was more severely felt at Shelburaej shaking
mflence of fear! as a predisposing! cause, he down' the plastering ' uv some of their, buiidr
"itnas been remarked that wherever ! Cholera
has hitherto! prevliled it ha$ principally attaek-
ed the broken down in constitution, the dissoluto,
theabjdct poor, those devoid of proper bodily epm-
forts, whether mhdgmg, clothing, or diet, those
enfeebled by ge,and the inhabitants; of lowdir
iy , anaiii-veniuateo situations .and, witn tew
exceptions, such his been thease in Newcastle,
These, then, must be considered as the general
pruisuusing causes oi an acuirea pnysical na-
ture ; we may add to these exposure to gTeat
fatigue; damp, cok, or dietetic excess. A dili-
gent inquiry would, I am. satisfied, enable us to
discover instances3 of all these circumstances
navmff led. moie or less.' directlv to I the attaek i
butofthd effect of the latter-cause in particular
dietectic excessl the extraordinary irruption
if the Ahupnati at Gatphpad. in the itiit,t t th
Christmas feastimrs. affords a ra;t f remarkaLle
Dr. Greenhow devotes considerable Ispace to
to discussion of the true nature of the Cholera.
and submits, in conclusion, the following proposi-
llonS'rr . - .-:; i.i -S
"That the principle of contagion is acknowl
edged to be unequal! to the explanation of the man
ner in which me disease, extends itself, without
the " assistance cf ah epedemic condition of the
atmosphere. r . ! :
"That an atmoshere agency of more or less
intensity, and of greater or more confined extent-
sion, which visits 4inerent places in succession,
greheraily leaving, harticularly or entirely, one
place before it arAvs at another whose distance
is. not very considerable appears solely and
fully equal to the production of the pbinomona
which attend me', progress of this sextraordinary
disease.; '- 1 . i
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UNEXAMPPp SAGE STEAM The
new. and elegant steamboat jCUmjdain,
CaptGorhatn, came up from New. York
yesterayjn(V;hbuTsandl3 minutes, do-
ducting loss pi tune; including iosstv nours
and 49 minutcs,-k5o Argus-1 1
W W WIIWttp
canoiuaes w.mwob xn
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WTiiwn a pauriouc leiier io lue rticumouu coumjr
CommiticV. in which ' be makes the tolloWing
manlv avowal bW fientimeitta : MI ami no NnU
lifier. j Indeed from j the different intorpretatipi s
of those who are advocates of th doctrine of Nul -
lification, it is a matter of no little diiBcuity to
ascertam what t is the precise difirutk : they
affix to the fcrm;i It isVtcxt upon which each
Nullifier makes his bwn commeiury. Of this,
howeverrl aai ratisfied, that it is neither a con -
stntkiQal or pespeful Incde of ebtaininff redress cf
CTievanccs. vn messumeci oi ( me wnu mere
. -.1 '! . d?i .1 -v. 8l:-..l i
is, I think, but one opinion in the state, that in
TKerc is an 4 Eastern stonf ; of a person
whbtalightUs parrot torepcatonly the words
Whit doubt is thereof that r'lHe carried
it to the market ' for sale, Ifixing the the
priceat 100 rupees A toogui asked the
parrot are vou worth 100 rupees ?w The par-
Scwo':' jiVhat : dSubtJ isi therelof
bought the bird. pe soon found iout Ithat
tluVwas aU( hed sayrf
of his bargain, he f said to hmiself;.- las
claimed as siu&4 What doubtlis Jhere
7i. T i " - -r .-..-, m.m i i 5.. . -
ii,opeiaiiou is oauuwHj uupuvuu, uuwuw thetbridZCS Of r emi aoout v litui
qrantly impohtk an .unjust. 1 But ty remedy Owrto, bvthat of Don. MiguelJ and kfttr
by hficatipnM . t appears.to ine, not Jbr ujg g the morning ( uiitU ,7 irk
iUTobject a repeal of the Iaw alone the inevita- Pgnung irom .;2Tif.j
Uecodsequeitsdoptibn is sepaiksi ofour the evenjng, Donjedro S
Umon,andavU warlaslttfTiatural results : andcaptured S0(rsoners. - Several regn
u i pharUsiot& Vj Qcz; benU had joined his standard.pThebrr:di ,
h- : . ; ".i . , M .- - I USA wa v k w . D . i if t
toil. ir-HoJ t;
- ' 1 From a Parts paper. 1
, YOUNG NAPOLEON.! F
v - :r Apropos ol Wapoleon. His unfoijaite son;
? &HpeUi his PhysiclaaTtad;
8ne ,uo? spoken of him in such ia inaaiwri
43 leA1 XW Me nope,V but f that 1 little hasF
vanished. :The Duke of Riecfistadls dis-!
5 18 4 palraoiiary phthysic, f which owly
je?10 him. ;The poor ygman said a bw
since, So young, u - there no Iremedy?
y,. "death j. then will be the'oujy
Pnt f remembrance." Some lime :-! since Jus
"omseitt to hi? the superb , cradle that was5
!t U in ? lFn -?J. faUingthe
circumstance ti bis miTu!. s fU
J1 rans me tunanisjMrtn, and iwusspr.
present to the troira f e
miani already aecoratedt won a crow
wouJd then have anticipated that, '.-j
him mrough dVadrds,I
die at Vienna ? His mother is ill at si
infant already decorated, with a crowni , Who
would then have anucipated that, proscrued
d see hiut
from him. His loss wUl be regretted; he is gud
ciever, ana nan'
r . -.
The Halifax Nova Scotia of August 22. can
i uuusiue laiiowmg paragrapos; .
It Extract from a tetter dated
U13.?We had a
small shock of an eartlqua; e
here on Sunday morning, at about a duartcr Ft- l
tied to tw Wbr.lTiIfw.to felv"y
4K-.Kuu.jr iub vHiegr? v , .cautmy , I aaa lie.
neighborhood of Spa Spring, "1 undbisiir t
we toraier piace it cracKca some, oi ice jiasir .
ling. It was so early that few poople ir. C ef
viuage leit it, aitnougb a lew were avfvJt. : y ;
it.. ' By some, it is said, that it was notaccqTi-,
panied by any rumbling noise, and ty bthfij-
cademy was rocked rather alarmingly, ind a
cottage not laron, was moved ina manntir tliat '
made the timbers crack, and to suggest the idea
of a shin in motion. I cannot ascertain its di-
rection, but should think it was north and south.
Did you feel it in Hafitax? 1 am sorry -K wy-i
that 1 was so fast asleep ! that I missed it, as I
fdiJW 1817. ,1 7 f j U, 1 1
! Extract of a letter Jrtyn Wirier Island 'ytUtedl
wg. 16-On Suaday moniing last, aboui hatfi
st seven, we had a very heavyshock of an
parthquake: Itfastedtbe best parTof a ininute
and was so violen't that I could not stand stilt ;
Via I ilinrl. vpta fthalron down. "'
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I- PoLaitiy On another page may he found the
address, of the American Polish Committee in
Paris, endorsed by the J'good Lafayette," to their
Ifellow citizens of .the United Sutcs giving an
account of the manner in which they; have ci-
poseo oi me iunas; cutnnuiieu w im tr cua
for the relief of the suffering Poles! s We regret,
and are almost ashamed, that those contntuilcnn
.were so smui, ua sun uure, ui wucu.o uuu
ling appeal has 'been made to the people of the
United Statee by the Poles themselves, solicit- j;
ing the hospitality of our country, it is received J ;
with an apparent coolness by Tuany, as if to show j
to roiand and tne wona tnat our nrisy s
thies in their behalf were mere professions and
hypochrisy. There are however some excp
tiohstn this remark: here and. there a Ipa fir
ISeemod to kindle witn the spirit Of 11 IJ .u cn
Reading the appeal,; and has responded toitj a
I manner worthy of - Americans and
Here the Baltimore American:
I Give to the Exile Poles a home upon the frUl
tier. Let them Jive together, on lands giv
them by American gratitude, under their ; o vri
institutions, and in due time, let .them j become
Inember of the confederacy thus presrrvir.g
their cherished nationality, while th(?y bcoiiwp
Identified.with us in our cUrins Union I The
gi" would be wormy a niitjr-peopiiy- . jusi iut
pen of the sympathies of m-ble minds, and a a
Argument for Jreeddm and far Coristitat:yrH,
powerful enough to dismay the Tyrants m K
rope and to enspire the nations in tlmrasataco
toopposition. To i the Liutod butes, it : would?
give a hardy, warlike, industrious, aridvHl
jrxpulatioD, full of tlie spirit of independence, ar.d
an impregnable defence to the fronUer in case ot
Warmer hostile incursions 'of any j kind.;'! tie
.fc w 0f attention of
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STILL LATER FR03L ENGLAND, ij
rjoNFIRMATiON OF THE REPOln ED
BATTLE BETWEEN THE TROOPS Or
DON PEDRO AND DON MIGUEU
By the Packet Ship Columbia, Capt ; jDc
UruL vchtc-hr. armed vesterdav f6ai Lorit
; . t- , r Portsu.duth on tlie
i t - 7-0 f-
ast Aug we haie received London etcto
Inff OaoeTSOf the Slst July, thOSO Of tllC
I morning of that day having been reccirod bft
1 h.Q Pacific ii k ..; r " i H if f 111 1
1 1 rhe rumors resnectinff a battle Iiavirii
1 i ri, t K ntmeiet mrtles ut
fiIT It anr that thb
Portugal is confinned,
1 Steam-packei oiuraoia h n.
I ii-.'4he 28th, having Jett unonaj n tuo
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I Dn'the 25th, Don Pedro's force was, mot
We yesterday annourred the arrival if th I
jrt. iWibnbTtweenmearnw dflTon Migt4
AJr . . . vu . .... . ii
? j pedra n the 23d, which terminat d .
in dTor of the Utter. There were so many rfifi,
ferent versions of the report, and some i f :
io palpably ahsurd. that , we did (
th same evau distant ;
of ticaSle roads, to their S
r: . . '.u.j- .Mnmrtni at Uiv rt
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