1 . Mil ,. : i - i
1 : n ktiCt instruct and to oZeoie He,
is'tliclcfte;j tilth cal and diljence set hwttg
taliHs workliiid he fiatts hiaiself that -
rteat interests x.fs Uteratuic, Science, Fwiucpi
AgTiculture aiwi 'Commerce may b ;pwnwted by
!a56rsJ GxI;inoraIs and rcftnciuent it shall
llni hisiajrnbitiqri'to uphold, and against the enie
xaics these, wheiiicr open; or hidlen; he
-h yS! jejutmastlfchis strength.' Critici&in, wt
iaiig3ot4 snp ihdsf otbf I puagents tliat give zest
tol jntfillectoal repasts he will endeavof toafiUrtf
; de lllSliBelieTing in the ; patriotism
Ji&t iatatimof the trcsideat, and awam
i iKat iBi rSpfred lkme can but hinder the proper:
If 'ItciianSor Oointr&kent, ho will fee it his dutf j
'c V- fit. I i- -i, (Jnin!etitimi. anrl Mh--
;5fcat with cnergjr its jastifiable irtpasures. Hef
however to ' sustaia the coutinuancft
1 U tye jnitc4 Stiles Bank, with such checks ai
rnodiittioidas etjriexico . may have shown
if.y in4 Elittir; deems the. excise tof the rower
i'cjvf,&itin i'l highest 'degree incr-nediejit:
lito!iftey&trihiicI of jlstrge somsjoi
Ynytiet by Coriirl and tlie President, w31 'vto-
'.thua Win our. tthlon-rt &y nothjiig of tLe
cfwrufeitS tndecV 6f such leirislatiua. Asainst
a Mitf which hiit ibr its objiV-ihe fostbring cf
V hnofliiiiheljaBt cargiiai cf. tiiis paper
- aliOf the &cw4f propftjratcd ijoctrino of Nulliuca-
:5w1jricc 1 say,thati all its phases
I ;ayd:rrMllijiis;itl: contrary to our most settled
Tiews;of cp-il polity, and aa auch be combat.-
iINiii MAo t.isA V atchmas is . published
1 1: "I ftvfcrV wlf k at-HfeWJo&T; per year, in ads a;nce
? I ivhereltHe'tKisCrid'rCve
5 tBihundrd;milIdistan Salisbury,, and in
nil cases wncre tno account is over we year swn
insrithl chcewMbe 4. ' H -.'I '
s i0 WlMCnpwOIl pvi!l pe uiKtn Kr less wta.ii uiiu
tear jifertisingj tvill be Hone at the usial rates.
.KiiyKseHptm' ttfle'withilraxvn ..until-arxeara-
feeeih1havc feAntan at - 20 for) one
'r:4n4vl 'Tcgularry, will-lte continu
d at ie?slme ratei afterwards. - j J - I
Al peiters to tfiefEditor inusl ht:PQ$tpaid or
iisper&ioai iauddfih.ihe Kditor on the business
''f l-Qiiiv IddnWiin aa $Iitor of the
r(?2rt(4 frrTh that 'viTite'orf.'othr
!lr4ftsliiic''Sf clt to Hi'O. JonesV " :
-1 . jli'-'llSill :thefdteOTp?ios,,: ta$b before the
joitimencethent o!,thi3 fapeKH will iXernem-
beit become- due oji the publicauoft . cf ihW first
I lMTlIllU'coritittUO; fcr the breieht 'to Practice
I ftTir I X.av. in tlje Counties I of Rowan and surry
m bptS thcTeoiuiji Superior, Courts; Tie wUI
I visil teft ignor Counts of Stokes andja
Jllia0ni(? I& uplilr the office of jlre Cjirolina
ltchnn a1 few! doors below tleIansiod Hotel
I ; - J in jajej Hfuc4 ktif: f be cjup d hy . SKm Jonis Esf.
HftJI y lv owtly on hand at my Limekiln
4-u iiiiu wisiacivea i wnicn i s;Ji aiao eeuts per
ilnll I0I;O13eJCB(l 1 and SO for lmAlikvf LanH
!tMW,iui?uijHni..nr came Hundred Dusiicls is tafc
,on-aipeia pU Ut;jli6 'pwcor will to .soma
llieh ihe 17th Dtx-tmber 1S.1. I
fthiQl) publiiljsile on the 22nd dav of. Cetoi
!lphIniw jlivetbcinw the landVconTeyrd to
I.ilW'-"HfiKlricts; tlie-; talo will take
MVim CGWSlrahd teJIOUSEi lI6usehold
-f ; KUehen jKurnt ure : i arming Utensils, and
irttcSwl liourialso at
Ithc 'eUe ad pace, I will sell various
ar-liiU4l'r6ft persiSial ;iiroiprtri viz: ST1PKP
v; teaie rnape .Knovfa on tlie day of sale.
i. tf5r;;i'iil be sold on a: liberal cre-
aii,ao,;atjtiie same, tune and place, I shall sell
-Ilpa'fach, consisUhgof Corn,
hfat; HyeOaCs &c. Farmih-r Utensils and
I Tk Thrift iir f. : rifti -i.'. l71Af1IT Til ntr :'
1832 10. SwJ i ' V.-
Suripticn fox StockLjn thisoom-
?t are now evened iu theTWn Jr,f Sat
jurjlat the IIc$ilot WjiiilL Slatghter: and
at thranion Hotel, and will remain ojpen un
til thd S9th tfav of jAuonst
ers plejLsed talearn from alrecent commmu
rdtioti to them frbrai the, ComnitssioRi-rs atJWil-
.raUJgtop-ICW of Stock will bo taken in
he jTqJvii pf Wilmington and" Fayetuvtlld, and
jaaS WW ot intended Road fwill shortly
it aal irariinent 'Enhineir.
j JiVMES MARTIN J11. !
ill Witti H. HORAH i
(f0BfS farm- ibiished kin
w laeif Wt hi fbirniEr line iKiiMnLek- .tu!
m Wecorr$ponde in all theEurobcan
a merijSm;Aiajkcts, andl long experimental
Sfm Traotbf ayeiteTille,
I Whfchhetlatters himsclfwiU: vrhrW iinlt
plamsBoslndcaitomrr. ' -. i. H
" -j it! . ,jj.omsiDEifr, f;i-v- 'N:v
. j Tie follovriagejajtleiheQ haye boea nominated
as, Electors to Support the alore Ticket. -
I . ! da. yitiC.ii
John.Ilreriead, f. oTGailfbrd. '
Thoits iScfae ajjl cf RocJapgliam. ,
Walter' F. Lcai,"Esq. of Richmond, . m i
Owe ilolmesylisq. iNew Hanover.
Dr., Matthias E, SawyeT, of Chowan, I
Hon Josepti J.tnaruel of Halifax. -
tC- RrtjLoreof liaywooo j g 'y'1 '
Cn. tie! IJee fjDavjdaon ofjlredell. ;
j Hon. iLeonaid Hwi(leisoriVpf Cuville, ,
; Two district hay e,not y et nominated Candid-
! The fcflbwirtd Gntkmen uui; oUigo me by
Meting 'J Agents fr the Watchmas in the scv
ral Uoitticf' jiiere-.tliey reside, and receipt
made by them tvluid be &s valid as if made ' by
aiyselt, : j tp ;
: Francis J. Arinstrongi ! (
Capti J(ilii Wright, '
Coi.T.fU. Wright, .
Peter Clingmaiui l , - a - . t
I STO)vfiS COUNTY ' ,-. .
Jojm F. Peindexter, Esq, : . ;
Isaac trijb3bn, Esq! i ' -
Cbi; Samli: 1 Patterson,
Messra. Fmley U iiouchell,
v BlJliKE COUNTY. , !
U'fert Pearson, Ejsq. J
Siasiey S. Erwin , f
, ROCKINGhAJM ;
Robert Gklluway.'ir. Esa
' :. .': !: Lincoln , .
C C! Ileoderson, Ewi.
. - MEOivLENBURa, ; i
Dr, J. I).' 11o3'd;'' V v
Fl?LiSni$n- ElqT -
Miles' fct A)befnat!ir. '' P
David Storke Ei. r i - . .
1).:M BarrWer.5 Esq.
i ' H iGUILFORD.
-if-;.-!; uhis .
Co3, A, MiichdUF j " . -
1 : j IREDELL.
Wiiitfieid Kerr. J.teeph P. Caldwell, Esq.
-f K' Idavidsonv :
John P. Mabrv.
r Reasonable coroihisfsioa will lc allowed on tno-
iey colhctciU ii . ' M. C.JONES. '
i Salisbury, July 3, 1832. .; i- . '
i For tjie Watchman:
A VOiCEi FR0M STOKKSf
jU a lierrimental inustpr at Salem, on the 5th
diy of October, 1832, a vote was taken in scve
rat compamesvthi result of which ; was.
i'R Jcxsoy,- -180 . . .
X OR CLAr,-iJ 2
l Take this result r tlxi basis of 4alculation and
suppose . there- arc the jjuunty, 100 votes, &
we; have, : . l?: y
T . k i""-iPoafilcrtoyU 16!0'j. iVr
I L :' .V-f ': Fba'(iLAY-Li--i9d ..
I I jSC5 We had a large and respebtWe meeting
at this place yesfera evening, It which, Mr.
tlORATIO HAMILTdN, a Soldier of the
Rbvt'wUwn presided;: i M " 4v' '. ' '
f tReolutions wjere Unanimously adopted iSttrpr
bfl Jackson tnd the -diion! - it -1
I'll !-v .i'r f 141 ! K- .v,M
TO THE SYNQD OF N. CAROLINA
: HThe Moderator Icf the Synod of North Car
clink, being informed that from a Ireneral ynsni-
cion among the membersif tho Synod, that tlj
f T fV!"5 u . tiuugion oeiore
tlietime ofthe cooteraplated meeting, and ibat
.ptorom; w111(n(AprbaUy fassemSle -K and being
advised and urged td eh'angc the time and place,
Tnif he present as an occasion
wJMch, calls ior the exerciso of lhat; powers
lii-tiri Bh$fc iw4rbf .thi Synod of N.
"i ":uujy, on veunesdaytbe 17th dav
or Octobert 7 fJm. instead of Wit'
mirigton, the place towhich the Synod adjourn,
wmch is mentioned in the previousrno
liees cf the meelmo-.fj it : "1. r - - .-. .; r
' From I7i Pn .:.. si r
ojjy of euer.aldresl to Philip P.. Barhor
il-sq -hi coaformitf to a. reshln'tin WAtA .
political meetina held at Shnk : js; A vlw
land tlJ j 1 -AnlaeeUngbfcitizensirom
gipi? paus our piaioijrpught together by 6
entjand composed jpT rrsoii8chierm' inl p
binttMiott theTemlJUiipurtanl subjects erohriced
glf!1?1!'11 eed ami differing sk
P1! TST,W election ioTYtee Press
t of tho United Statcs eresplntioqs here-
f" V? f " M. wexis unanimously : adopted and
enarged if jth forwarding
fPff jto thosevemffisnsjh
eh neces (briis
jects. for voumustbe aware thattherre nnxiu-1 fitin -i MntfkuL ti?Ali;J-iI,;Jk-" fi?.?
cin much exeitemcjit i thnjughKiat; ctircoantfy
anait is s matter of ffreai imdtjr&nce' I that il the
public should distinctly -tmdersiand those hvho
are candidates for liigh and distinguished stations
on all the leading topics which agitate the pub
lic mind. .We have; the honor to; be Teiy lles
pcctfull Y6ii(obedierit Servants.::, jllij -iM; ! 4'M
; V '-- .4 440S.iH;jJUYANyt!
, - JOSIAH TVGRANBUIIYI
. &- MEMUCAN tJliiYh l r
HON, P. P; BAHPOCRJ
- t Frcscati, September M&jl8$2
I - I hare reqeived your letter of
the 25th ult., enclosing certain resulutions adop
ted at a political meeting,' held on that day at
I dhocco Springs .Warren County 'North CaroU-
na. ' . ' : . . .j : -v? !; ;?
In conformity to oneof those resolutions, you
ask me to state my sentiments !in jrelation to; the
Protective System, Irdtrnallmp
ank fWie United States and Jifieetiek.
. Whilst I should, be altogetfrer j unn willing to
obtrude my : opinions in rrrdl to Apolitical ques
Uoni upon tlie public , I am equally loth to - with
hold them, when thusypubhcly atid eipltcitly
called n port to express m-ltfiereforejitntl-ont
hesitancy proceed toi answer the inquiries.
I understand the committee to ask yhat my ojun-
lons are, not by. what process ot reasonmg ,1 nare
been led to adopt them.
Hrs then as to the protective System by
which I mean the laying' ot3$xts4 not to j raise
revenue, forthe sake of revenue, . but to support
domestic manufactures against foreign competi
tion. I am decidedly, and utterly ; opposed to
the whole j&ystem, upon the various' grounds of
its being in violation of the "spirit bi'ieVoHsli
( ion'and being' unjust, unequal and oppressive
in its operation. ,1 enclose two speeches delivered
by me on this subject, in the House of Represen
tatives, th3 first in 1820and the other inl If 24,
in which you will sea my. views ati ilengt3iy on
all these grounds, j p- : ; jij i
Next in order, is the j subject oQnternl Im
provement. -1 cijnsidcrtliat whole system j when
attempted to be executed by QiiHigeJ vwhether
in the form of c onstruction or S avnrvpriatimi by
way ot 'subscription to what is to Oc coaislrucied
by others, as unconstitatieiial,, as highly iiexpoi-
uient and as calculated j to undermme tlie inde
pendence of the State and the virtue of thp peo
ple, in a struggle for the spoils bf tha Treasury.
My views at large u'pn this snifleci t will be ex
hibited in Wo speeches now enclosed; dehvered
by me in tlie iiouse ot Representatites, the one
in ISIS and the other in ld30. ii II J U
The Bauk of the United .States, j is the next
subject ' Besides the objections to this upon the
score of expediency, palUcularly the mighty
power arising from tne concentration in, an organ?
lzed form of countless milhons ot dollars, jl con
sider this asheing altogether bejrpn( .the c6o3ti
tulional competency t4 Congress, -Mil;
The' latitude of coustructiU).vhich . .i-would
bring' this, within the pale of the Con
; I'wonid in my estimitiou,;mterly desttov allth6se
restnettuns and reservations, Jvfhiclt maRethe
FeUeraLGoverument a Umitea And j I jfeel
that 1 do not state, the case, tod strongly, - when! 1
say thatt resolves. itseif in 'question? between
a supposed conveniencetto thepubiic in the jad
m mi;?: ration of the"fiuances, ahaj character ,of the
circulating; medium, and the creation of a power
by the goyermneu which may ! s4er j or: Utter,
heuie Bt5xiger thanj-ihe government ; itself
Tiie Journals at Congress will snew, that t when
the present iiank was chartered in 1816, i voted
agamst it.; ;: : : -'p : . - . y u
The last subject embraced in the resolution is
that of JSuU t fication, ' .! - H
I understand this term as meant to import the
right of the several States,' by J interposing theii
sovereign power, to declare void, within tucir
respective ;bordcrs, any law which the j! may
tiiink unconstitutional, t . j
Thus underslaudiuor it, I am opposed to hit
I will endeavor briefly tq state my doctrine! ujxn
tne sntyecu , In general; wlm a question arises,
whether an act ot Congress is constitutional :)
noi; n oeiangs io meuaiciai anpanment to de
cide it because in general tbe question arises i iij a
case, eiinqr in law, or equity tuat i, in a coji-
troversy L-kweea parties, which had taken a
a shape for judicial decision.
But when the question is one ot political povc-
!, mat is petween uia Jt euerat uovemment and
the States whether the former? tins J invaded the.
reserved, rights of tire lits ; hUd tlikt thc'qyes-
uons 01 tius iuud, 00 not pe!onr 1 10 Judicial, cog
nizance. That the people ot, the States are Par
Lties to the Federal cwnpict, in their chaUctbr
ui otuicj, 4. uiii mu cunstiiuuon nas not con
furred upon the Judicial department any holiti
cal poiver .Whatever, X nat thcictqre relation
to questions of his character there is no common
umpire. Arid tliat! cohsequehily, the $tites
must decide lr tlicmselres. This is the riht.
oui wnai is me remedy f my opmioajs, that the
only rjghiful remedy is that of 1 secession. I fllie
argument which attempts to maintain, the right
of one' State to nullify, Si thus suspend, the oper
tiorr of ala w passed j according to theforins of the
Constitution, until three-forths of the i States, act
under a clause providing f r amcjiidments. seems
to metbl based npon I this error4 iThat4fj 1 e-
very case of a contested power, ! the f qucstioii i ii
what doeso the constitution grant as i it iot is :
wncreas under art amendment proposed, the
qucsuon always is, not what the constitution now
is, but what ! it shall htr&ijltr bt 1 have
that I hold the right of Itho States I to secede.
But this nglit 1 consider: as the last resort, I will
I . A . 1a. t 1 " " ' .1 it: f :
say m reuuun ui 11, as 4 nereioiore nave said,
that as in bases of physical :ixadil''tsny is
never administered, but wheii the patient is other-
UicA f t.. VtorM t rflA AkCf ' rt' iUMAf " ... ! Zm
cal character, tlns remedy should bo applitdte on
ly, in cases of hopeless extremity.-' -i; jt i j M .1.
I -cannot conclude this Setter, i without nflerinr
a fervent prayer; to him Who rules the destinies
01 nacons, raai ne wouia save our oeiovea coun
try, front this sad catastrophe. . For cbme when it
may, no-tongue can adequately5 tell 1 the j evils.
: iT.ttl' A 'xi . a1. -Jl?'.' tTS'l if 1
. A -A .With Sentiments bleseemvj. :
' .-,lt Lt-'t' 1 Yciur'iReltJniliyr! ;
5 - t-fAd 5 p. PMARBOUiiil1
Messrs.Jos. ILBstax Committee of a
f JosiahT. Grakbust, V
JMEMCCAjrllcwT. v ltJ ohoccolppnngs Klc.
Theibllowing private letter 1 from
II; Bryan rone ot ihecommitteej to the Editor.
You will Herewith receive the wnestxm
denoe between the cornmittee appointed by j the
Shncco meeting and - UierUon.; P4 P. Harbour,"
also accompanymg.it two speeches ceuvered try
utat wcr teucranainciosureg directed to air.
lwne4MtiirJoajli; !Vank Buren
MtrttniVail BnrerT Esail beiri f ahaent in the
western part f the" State travelling that as Wjou'
as H could -be ascertained at what poiut a letter
could ieach him ttfey tuld be ferwarded, though
"S"? l- UkelJf he- thiaka tiat any answer
wfll be fexwived In leshan'th'ree' weeks. Under
such circurn$tatipei7 in justice? iVj'Ir.f Barbour,
we cauriot longej Withhold his IhsWet iroai the
puhhc.t 1 have already had ! it in' possession two
weeks, waiting the - reply of Mr. Van Bu
ren. I f -ui : y - "o
Vim ;ii l..i:tE : si 'A jj
r w j"utisii ifc-in your paper, ana provide
each t thrnf k'a.!;i..r, -..-'tu . i .
turnish them wih the speeches that they may
make such extracts'as they1 may: deem material.
1 lave not seen JJVJr. Granberty but Maj. Hum
concurs irAhe opinion that we should publish
without further tidjav.
Hi Very RwpectluHy, Ytr Obedient Wrrant.
I Tttlitritnu AVe:t)itV the man1 who has no re
ligion in his heart no high and irresistible yearn
irtg aftera betterand holier existence ; who 13 con
tented! with the lepsuality and grbssness of earth;
whose spirit never revolts at the darkness of its
prisouhouse, nor eiults at the thought of its final
emancipation I XVc pity him, for he affords; no
evidence of its brigjin, no manifestation of that
intellectual prerogative, which fenders him ;the
delegated lord cf the visible creation. He can
rank no higher thah animal natuie ; the spiritu
al could never stoop so lowlyf To seeic for
beastly excitcavents ; to minister with a bounV
ful hand to depraved and . strong appetites are
attributes of the! animal -alone!' To limit '.-our
hoes and aspirations to tliis world, is like re
maining for ever li the place ofour birth, with
out ever lifting the' veil of the visible horizon
which bent over yVfuncy. 1 , .
There is religion in every thing around us ; a
cairn and holy religion in the unbreathiiig things
of aatdre, which inan wonld do well to imitate.
It is a meek and jblessed t influeriee, stealing in,
as it were unawares, upon the heart. It comes
quietly and without excitement. It has no tei
rof 5 no gloom . irt its approaches. It does not
J rouse the passions it i untramlled by the
crcs, ana unsnaaowea y the supersunons ot
man. It is fresh from the hands of its author :
anu cloi'inr from the immediate nresence of
the Great Spirit, which pervades k and quickens
it. - it is written bh the arched f sk v. It looks
out: from every star. It tsamorig the hills and
valleys ot the earth, where the gnrubless raoua-
ta;n taps pierce thei thin atmosphejre of eternal
winter, or whetei tne-'mighty fforest fluctuates
befvire the strong Wind, With its dark wave of
green foiliage. It is spread o6t like a legible
language upon the broad tace qI ? the unsleeping
rreen ocean. It is the poetry of nature. It is
this, which uplifts the spirit within us, until it is
tall1 enough tol overlook the ! shadows of our, place
of probation ; which breaks, link after link, the
chain which binds jus to materiality j and which
opens to our imagination j a world of spiritual
beauty and noiinef$. ssex Uazettc.
Hcmak Strexqtm. One of ' the most re
markable and inexplicable experijnents relative
to the strength of the human frame, which you
yourself have seen -and admired; is that in which
a hpavy man is raised with the : greatest facility
when he is lifted up the - instant his own lungs
and those of the persons who raise , him are inj
flatipdrwith air. lhe expcrimitjwas, I believe
first shown in England a few yearsago by Major
His who mw it twrformGdin a larre nartv at
" - J - T CJ
Venice, under the- -directions of an officer 111 the
American navy. As Major H. pcrfornied it more
thain once in ) v presence ! I snail describe as
nearly as possible the.method which he prcscri
oeiti. 1 ne neaviest poraon in rue pany lira uuwn
upon two chairs, his legs b?.ing supported by the
one, ana nxs oacK ny me oiner;: ryur jjuiwu.
one at each leer, and one at each shoulder, then
rw to raise him. and they find his" dead weight
to be verv prcht, firiim the "difficulty they find in
suppcrti.-T him. When he is placed in the chair
eaeji of the fbujr persons takes hold of the body as
before, ani thepe'H'm to beilifted igivcs two sig
nals by clapping his hand. ? Atithe first, signal
he himself and thel four lifters begin to draw a
long and full breath ; and when tlie inhalation is
comphtc; or the lungs filled, the ' second signal:
13 given fr raisinl the persaiijfroin ' "the plisir. 1
Tohis 6-n surprise 'and that of his bearers, hrfis
raised with lhc eatcst facility, as- if he were
no heavier thah a feather. ' On several occasfUis
f haTecbservcd, that when one of the bearers
performs his part ill; by making the inh!afio.f out
of time, the part of the body which he .tries to
raise is left as it Were behind. As you have re
peatedly seen thialexperiiii6nt, and have perform
evl this pert botli of the load and Uhe bearer, you
canj testify how remarkable j the effects appear to
all pa ities, and how complete is the conviction,
either that the load lias been lightened, .or the
!arers strengthened by the ', prescribed process.
At Venice the experiment 'wsusj'; performed in a
much more imposing manner, i The heaviest
man in tlie ratty as rased arid sustained upon
theipciintstfbrc-flnguresof six; ersons. Major
H. declared that the experiment, would not suc
ceed if the person lifted were placed upon a board.
He conceived it necessary that the bearers should
communicate diiectly with the body to be raised.
I have riot had an opportunity ofrhakin;r any ex
periment relative to these ; ciutia facts j hut
whether the general effect .is ah filusisn, or the
result of known or ! of new principles,1 the subject
merits a careful iavestigation.Sr i BrewsVr
readers thoproceeban beld
inihe counties "pi Onslow; and Green, favor,
abjp to theT election to Andrew Jackson
& IHartin Von Buren; ! Tlo: democracy
Ul J. . vaiuuua d uiua
world the part h?y . will take in the.rp -
nraacninr coniesu loev w; vv wum
herjetbfore; acting ynih tlit great Republican
? arty of the jJTatiqnTy h;national .nph
inatkmwBr receive Itlre snppbtt of a large
I majoritjf (bt the j fireeeilof Ni Parolina-rf
I aisnranccs from aU cart 'oflhe State warrant
asscttaonitis prospt iiiihcennglo
the;peopIe regard fAndrew Jackson fit jaar
tinyan Bufen as ibe frienrU JdftBc Union
of these j States, in this! we most; heartily
ceiienr, we 'beey4Jtlf tl:0'
poweHhBy 'ntrpaitcf to Ttbr peace and
tranquility to our country; ';cjLS6othc those
sectional - jeilousied WhicH f disappointed
and nnpHndpalle4sipiTansr have laboured
tcroduce and above all preserve the
,i he ::--f
tlie : Gc4-
ancq v.o fectUat iii t! ?iauda
erninenl , will be .'safo--tLit f its Ipntjfgi
f ill e ttf revtedta tlie kq- omplimckltil
legitimate ends-tho happiness &' brospeJ
fy of the people' l; C'i Journals,
j Sagacity op,A,ELEiiANf.-rIi was rono
day feeding 'the oobr elephant f-( who -was
so. barbarpuslyi ipat . ;tii deathf' 'jut'Hxet
Charge) with potatoes, which ! ha took bilt
of my liandJ. One - of them, i ft rpukul : one,
fqll on the flooff ju$i; ootXf ; ihe?eax:hjjbjf
his proboscis. ' lie leaned againi hr vvoou
en bar,' put ' out his trujik, ; andl could jjst
touch the potato, :but qoiilu not pick if up.
After seyeraj . iDIectu:'vctTor-hiUa4t
blew: the potato against the opposite walL
wth sufficient- force to ruake it rebound
ana , he then, s r with diihculty
iu ; -y. .
, ? . : , ,
The lads of our borough a, few cyenings
since, attached a: lanthcm '-to a Kite, and
elevated it to a very r great height in! the aii
fthe wind blowing . froorthe Souths wesi
consequently the light was . seen, f It gave risfi
toj ii uch speculation, among-: our j neigh
bore some thought it really :was al comet,
rapidly descending tc the earth-fothcxf
were unable to say wh tit was, but thought
itjominoua of no good. To those- who
have not yet heard wh it it was, yve tell
them that it was npthuig more or less than
what we have stated above. Indeed, to us
it jnras norclty ; and, we thonght, nade alto
gcther a beautiful, and interesting appear
ance. Pottstown, PaJ Village HgraluL
: . ,.. ' r - ' r .r.a.y:
Harvey Bireh. among lhe applicants r for
pensions under, the lavy passed at the Lit sqssiod
of Congress, is " Anthoyj Glenn, the supposed
hero of the' Spy, who is ow ' eighty OHf , years
of age. His aifi Javit sets forth his many ani
vafious services, none of! which. FepArady, nof
ail collectively, entitled him to a penstin undef
f rmcr acts. It is to be hoped that he wjll mee
with no difficulty in obtamiug thp - pittance;
at lengih grauted tor thef want of proper evienc
uui we peiicve, , in vus . respect, ;mc iav. is
liberal, and does not require very strict proof. J
, Extract of aj leter, dated,
I Sam Lci PoTOsi,13th Aug. 1332.
We have really bean in;a sad state here
and ruinous roust be the ednseauejnees te
manyvpcrsons in the tinted States and Ea
sland. But many bf them will! have 'to
blame themselves the mtschef having bee
caused here air withjyouby . overtrading.
It is true, tlie unfortunate political state
Lwhicb he country has been m j since tl
t 1 ' - I i '.' I yi : U
Degiuning 01 uie iresm year ims tucruaseu
.the evil, but mischief to our or chants at
home, and to a great extentnust have taken
place, had no suchi. political eveuts locj
cufed. . : . v - -I-
You will doubtless lmve heard, befortt
this reaches you, .of a battle 1 which tock
plcpn the 3d instl in the neigborhooil
of this town,, bctwceen .the goyernmeiit
trepps .and,; those ; pf Gen. Mdntezural
vl lie resulted in the defeat of thet former,
wijoios every tlnn-iiotses miles, ba
gage guns, tiiumunitjon, Slc. Thfic, Gen
eral was kilted. Aout 1 00 to j 5 0 men
was killed and." wptjnded, 300 made pris
oners, and the rest tfm awa.. Nejtt mor
niiig the few troops f left here to protect the
town, marched ) b$ towards Mexico,
and on the. -following day, the victorious
ones, entered. . Oa the 18th the authorities
pronounced in favor of Santd . Atjna, anil
next dav lxen. Montezuma .who was sev
erely woundeil- came, to town with the
remainder cXhi$ army.. JVe are now per
fbctly quiet; but itewill be a long tiiacy
even sliould this victoryput an end to th
civil war in this distiict of the country, bar
fore we can have Jany thing like ceu(&
dence'- in a regular trade. The ; county
is in fact ruined' and distracted by an enf
ormoiis : standing J army, the vultnres wh,4.
command it, the ambition of the Ciueis.
They all wish to 'eGenexals and presii
dents,, and it never lean be otherwise so
long as such an- arnjy exists.
The post from heice to the coast, and the
transit of, goods, &c; have been Btopjied
since the middle of I April. Thisj victory
will again open oir intercourse.' I Butaf
for any tiling like trade, when matters get
settled in tlj? S61thfwheref.the"civrljwar is
still in; full vigon I consider it although pu
of the question. " , f I
! I Jour. tjfiCon. 1
Pabis, Aug. 12th4Thc "hnitcurf of lhi
morning contains an extract from the f registjrl
of theEtalsCiville e la Martsoa lRoyale,t
being an account, in die, . form, of the 11 on4
tract; of marriage between, the most hih, inosi
powerfularid,jjnost excellent Prince, , HakeW
Saxnby, Prjhee.of Cohnrg c vGotha and il most
vH)T ri wtit icm xAiLca at tha civil fcti
Majesty Leopold I. Khig c ths t Ke!iaasrw!ti
the Princess Louisa of Orleans, ii' ilyc' Ml
I .1,-, in n,nnM
l .iafte having takeh tlie orders
the King, w
hav rnade the' f "owin .demds V trtlg Xti
triousindirid . - f"! - : ; - ;
Illustrio, powcrfitl,1 and7 cxcrHentfPiincd
Lecpild 11 ling cf the Vtasi Duke cf Saxe
Princeof C,-urg C doycu declarer take
in marriage the ilk .us aid powwful PnncesS
Louisa JdarineTLacse Caoliae tsabelle,; Pr:n4
eessfJT Orleans here pre i4 T ;Aad. to the above?
the " saidi: illostrioc-. xl-erf!,- ;.and-1 xJ
Rincerepud'YcJ,': iJ- :;H
n Illustrious, and rv.vt:rJ Pri
rieTherese Carul- 3 Ur'xIPi 1
.:,t JLM.MTr.t ' - mA' r.f.-".-r.I '.Pi "
IKiog wf the Bel-Li ,D-kocfi:T
of Cbburg Gotha, UexfTCz.zt'Ar.
illnstrious Princess relvlied, V X es, -..
ui this t!
, t -.
JySdew cf theKi and w tho namecithe.
Udoo - vrcicn we b-t
const! fu 1 on fQta. i n cro id ; c
t?ryL . ftud'..;p'ast inu '- force
iaw, we declare tharUie illusVwua, powerfaraJi
excellent ca LeupoU, first of tbTuam Kr
the Belgians, DuU of Saxe, Prince of. Ccr?
Uotha, and the Ulusiri jus anH rtmMi P.ti:
A. It . t
lif MvU ilietei3 Caroline Isabel!, PrhS
ofOrieansi lifaanitea in aiarria-ra s. Tl
OfaUwnich hare urawriui.this pri ,
....I 1 ?.i .' . ,T -TV DiVSOU
proiienl oJUv. MrxTorrey,in But.
- The Rfev.Y. Torrey a missioivf
ben j mppofisd- and lined ; ' Urifn the
yt he; law which he transgres$dd.bv th
v n. wuc w. ua uecrecs ? oi tna-tXMintl
of Trent ? t in a subsequent cxilnn ire co-
py from the Journal of -ChVi-v tWi
tiwiaxs vf the intolerant roordtn;
s bt tio
cccicsiasucai court ' asimst: bifhL J
to : acknowleda its nirUJn;
We are gla4 to findV tsavstheNaw Va
pbsarver)j lhit -he had the boldneto
protest agiinst the conduct! of this'despotiei,
tnbunil, and to refjsc submission td iu
illegal sentence It seema as if missioiiarijs
wore destined to defa Jth a ciU3 bftihirty
in all parU of the world. In Georgia, ia
Jamaica and in Buenos Ayreathcy hive en
dured the j asault manfully,; aal we cans
doubt thit: in all thes3 co:intriej, theTr tit .
oa uieir saaenngs wUl be the more : firm1 e
tablishment;pf the great principles of ire
aorn ana (toleration. Let it never bi fy
gotten thi it is Christianity -'pure, protest
taut Christianity whicU inspires thbjS;
men with the spirit to sacrifice all personj:
considerations, and to expose evan my
itseliin support of principles in whiHi t!i3:
welfare of millions 13 involved. (The trm
Christian is the friend of man' and, tho.iVj "
alone and in prison, he often proves moro v
troublesome to tyants than thousands of ar
raed men. ! -The cause of civil liberty has
gained more bylthd sufferings of martrcs
than by the blood of soldiers. -
4 : 1
:A; Republican ok a throse. :BfJr I
left Stockholm, I had the hon.nr of bein invited
to pav my respects to .the King and tnieu of
Sweden, this is a destinctlcai hich Charles
John is very fond of conferring npon hia country--men.
It was the first time I bad fairly met a
crowned Brow face to face, aad fifas qn-ler
freax appienensions test I should, be doo:n4 fa
ear iniWierent questions nutbv tha ' ir.AirKT. '
icy, and they were the remarks of a shrewd. xnA
and confused answers given br myself. Init,J ' V
of this, I had the delight of listening fia wh! '
hour, to hisreaaarks oa FranaV her ifevolutiaa ; t
his own life his fortunes. n d his scheme r rf" ri .1-
generous mind. .He is the only representative of
France, in t her most glorious days, v ho has
been permitted to retain a cpjira ; it w thera-V
fare, tho most gratifying tome to hear him d wel I
with ( jndness on th tin? whenf he 'held a. rn
oral's CTmmksion under i he .republie? - Vrh ea' '
each a man as Nepolean f wa3 tyrcedj giddy tbr . "
he dazzling splendor of supreme rule, 1 nat irj r 5
feared to find hbf brotiers-in-law laboring omjer
asirrtUat disease,?but it was otheltrisof and I
felt more than Pcan ' express bri his t 'Majcs'a
ohserving-lrTiA me you see o rtptihUcan W "
ExTEKTjr the bkitish rWrkicxs-Tlie
sun never sets ori.the British dominiorts;- Bers '
the evening ay leaves th npires of Caelxv, Vm
morning beams have .shown'1 for "three fiotrs
on Pert Jacks m ; and while sinking frwji ilia
waters of Lake Superior, his eye opens on the
Granges. . a - - . - . - - .
... . - - s' y ' 1
OneMichkel Boai is astonishing' the loverof
miufcin Iridon by performing airs with ex'ps-;
ito effects by; striking; his knktes ; against his
chin. Thepapers call it an inconceivable per-
foTtnanee, and there appears to bo much appra
pnatecess in the term. ? h. ?
r ' ' , . r i--.'
An intelligent Vgentlemin jnstlreturnecl ;
from England, Estates that at a recent dinner
of Political . Unions in London, Mr. IIuutit
presiding, on "the health of his? Majt-sty
the King" being givencvery glass wis yi
stantly turned bottom upwards. No one
drank; . - u ' -. ' H
' The qeech of Eirl' Grey in the IlVije-1
of Lords, Aug. 15th, fully confirra tha
jre?iouj impressions of the public tut
any interference ; On the part of Spain, U
the contest between Don Pedro and O il
MigncJ, will be ho signal for a corriisp -y
ding mterfi?renc on the part ofGresjtBritoi M
and probably of France also The , jscnti
menfs expressed by the Qulce ' of WelHag
ton in opposition - toi such a course, show
how deeply thol. cootea ding : parties wer -interested
in tlieLite attempted chan in v.
the British MiriKtry. Were Wcllinjtoii
uuwu uici uciu ui me jaaraini5ir7iion,
i73teadf of Jard Grey, the enterprise of .
Don Pedro would be utterly hopeless.4 j J
f: Roval' Live m . Srauc Sbootm? ani
uionousaesa BeiJiio oe pin ana pircci::, .
of the hcreUary duties &. habitudes of tho "'
Bourbon kiDgs of Spain. Philip Y. tron k
acted nulch! publix bursnea'whiie in bed;
with his O jecn.1 :This extremo altentioal
was 'imitated by his descendants; Mr Ingtis ! 4
iells tsi tljitl Fcrdlaand is Eo passionately .
attach: Ho: hall young and j beautiful wife", k '
that -he-fiends the greater r part of the day ,
in hcjrapartmchtand when engaged ia ! ;
council, leaves it half ardozcq 'tir.es in tho'j'
course jbf.;aHlfcimr.cr two to vb.. Lcr. No r .
court amusetpen'b enliven i fcb fe!Rtyi"the l
foad ji-r fpend therr day together-they 1
rise" at six, dins; tlcno ft ttro, aadaup aaj :t
go'io bed at ctr c. T ? evening is anima- 1
tcl hy a driveto a '-ilgarderi, whero i -aninils
'-zm taught jaike obediene
end r" t!. as re. n- duo to "thoj majesty; i
T V. '
, ' '. .i belhehetter cf the Reibrm BUI being
pas&ed said, They tell I that', it will , rain .legs
... t I -o"
x f if.. t-T : j-.v.
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