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o si pbii!
Will tlicrefure,wiUi zeal and:aiU5eace set hur
h U to is wofkitutd" he flatters hinelf that tie
WWt mfrrcafc ftLitcratare, Science
A-icultorc tfttoommeicc may be! promoted
tviri ''"frnifsy'irtrala and refinement it phau;
U4ti mSam -iaithoM. and acamst the ewH
r 1 ptlib utRiotof hU stTcngth Ghticisi wit;
4iieciiaJ aniiiwe ouin juikcuu 6l,,v
H &ktellocttjalpats ha wUoMaaii
,4thJj IKocAjiirf. I BeTwmnz in ta ipatriotisini
tad just wtfebtiM trfltHe Ifeidinty and aware
ihJ:tin4c? Uame caiilmthihlftth& prppcf
vKiCtcrBOTcnt, he wiU fcel ii fib doty 10
ir-sidt the title cd o&wqujr wmca wis "'JC
pdiMt?itnst the Admiiiistratfonand vwh
i'irii$2iierirt. Its jnstifiabfe, mcasuresJ He
rU ii&tseliow5ver to sustain? tHe coatuitiance
l r 44 : Uic-fjoltftd SM Baak, with wch checks an
: " - . t : .1
!: ifhei Editor ; deems the excise $ the" pouet
fuCmiiklhg jcfhrfirorp9ihyfthe genera)
hobelievc58 MaiMie distribution of large snJrna cf
: ; - i v : . . r ' t I a. !lt .'
4 fiionpv bv uaru?rt)63 ana uie rxcsxaeni. wwi-pwr-
J j duofe jdalousiesp4tru8t and disaffection, and will
, ihrtl Weaken lout, ;union:-to say; poMung irf -tlj;
f -r iMrrubtihr? tdeiidv of such leirislatidn. AjrainstJ
I ''. IHvhic'hl4ibr itohject, the fostering of
?jtfi:ifeTfsif pf dri4.ection of our ccmntty at W$
; pxpfcnfd of aitolSciJthe lust .ciicrgicijcf this impel
I' KDf we newlirmrmwsated doctrine jbf Nulufica
; ; itifKr; U only aeebsbarv ti say, that in jill its phasef
y n snwst settled
r. f VieoxciTapctyVandasstuA will be cqmoat
:fiw twwlr nk Three. Dollar dpt vi ari in advancrt i
'uV.Vi.-i-'.ni !i v I VMintiA1nhrr thrift J
f mk hundred tailus tlbUut fmui Salisiiury, aad hi
ali eascs whore the account igyycc one ysar staj-5
ine price wui oe i.
4 W suastTipi
I es .aic baul.iunlfjss the Editor choc&u.
r '-; ;; ft! v ci rfwr irwrs : mwnnr tK' vluj1i ; kiim i n Jirl-i ;
yrViQilifcjed Teguiarly.ivill ho continu-f
el at (he saihe rates afterward. ; .' j .
i , Alt letters MM; Editor must ,bfr .IWpaul er
.thHii3iwtettdc4 to. - j '.' . j
: I Pcrsoos adilrciig ihd Editor on the business!
of the 01Hce Will address him aa; Editor, of tho
Carolina li'Uehimn Those that-writo on oth4
1 rt hnunitst ran direct to l 1 C. Juncsl I ": !
Id $$11 jhi ileriprlQua takea befbro thoj
f btred. hecomd idiie to-.tte tubUcaliodlof thn fir4
r II.t eoutiQUeifbr the present, to practice
IflWinwCouatiesoi Rowan aiid Surry,
I .in'toi&th jq9.ij&',Sup(ioi Court4,.' 1U will,
rWistiililStfpcjribr -Courta of StaUos and Da
! vk!s6hihonlo loiJctlle his business in tliotjecourU.!
Ilia Office; lat fuiadcr the oflioe ol the aroluia
lWaiehhiiuk':affe4ubr8 beloir tlio Mausiou Hotel
I H tSe'HSuSef p 4iely.uccuiid.by !Saiii1Joues Esii
!iiw.f :;L-l3tE,.: ' Vj !
TP VE fsrltantiy ou liaiut at niv (X.im;ekiW
I JlJh Siokc-Cuntcr-ocWiH4 both slack
fiHllaridiindlaekCil which I soil at 1 cenu per;
Bushel foi Sliekwi : and for unslacked-4-andP
when tre ijuaHti bne hundred bi(ishcls rstot
eatx air pai4 for, the price will ho some?
what leases e.i . ; . ' i " i I '!
: H;!!; HIAMES.MAllTIKScn-t.- 1
V Virrue, of a deed executed tome by Enoch'
M. Lcachon .he 17th December ABdi , M
haU geuHtWbiisale on theSind day of -Opto!
1 ber rkxtkhelractiof land on. wHichl Enoch! M.
L,eacarnow avwt, oeing ino iana conveyeq io
'i iMfhhy jJohal Hendricks; the salekwiU take;
place on the jPicuiiscs at the usual hoji? , ; al at
I the sanie tune -and? places L will full ' various
I 1 aVfielesI cfi personal property; vizi SHEEP,
i ijpscrij)titinrili be taken fsr less thai ooej
fjeil :Alvmlsi will be dont tlieisial fatcsj
- I . !
j jij . j iiuuo, iUu.o, ana ono xiwxvorj nouseiioia
tz ruicnen rHiruivurej x annmg j wusu,
other articles too- tedious to mention
m saloimade kivvn ba the day of sale.
SCj0 The i Land will be sold on a
! dit.'also. at the same time and place,
! the C top of said Leach, consisting of Corn,
IWhlat, Ry40at1 &c. Fanning Utensils and
If :! I mr- -. ;';ZAUOCH.LEAClI.
jjtccibcr; Cist; J832 -io-3w.
Vttpc-Fcur and Wfailkin
OOKS j(Su?cription for Stockm thiscjom
ItTany, arekiw openod in theTown of Sal-
. Wjgat thctel'of AVm.-11. Slaiiditer,aiid
' , at the Mansion Hotel, and will remain open uh-
U kh 23th (lay of AugHst next. Tjio iubscri
f hers ai plead toleani froina recent)! communis
f cation to thehi frota the onunisbiuneirs at WiJ,.
ihe ?l?Own bC jVaiaington and 'Fayettevtlle and
l..n..lt.u J. : i.v. J
0- IWlES MARjL
tHOS. L. COWAN.
Wii jlL IIORAH, i
MAX. CHAMBERS, .
4 fT: Wedh5iving .retablisKed hin
Itfl.! Iclfin hisloriner line of bikini
11 Store for. the. roception ct
J TgTT" rir rY vutn , na, services to
-f-Bauci as. . t actor wutr- r orwardih
; " h menus ana eustaner?. : ; j , i t..:rA
'" ';-"' i I ;' f ' i
. , A-l-L - ,
. : m 1 1 KSiyecorrespondence in all the Europeah
A I ; - lcl-rJijctsV and Jeng lerierimeiitai
CB r'SW-Hthe Trad ef lettevUley
l"' J'H1 "wbeti, united
Ii4ary4--iturdayji IoTembeTi3, 1832;
: :pl 1 TOR TJCE FEEfiDKrr, . " 1
y (-"Hi j ' - . "jp'ivv . . .-.
The following gentlcmea bayebeea nominated
as fodders 6pp(Uw't&Te?-;Xlekct.l
JohB M. Moiefiea,orGmltvr(l J
' Thomas SctiXe,cf Rnckingham '. '
Walter I.r Iake, jf Rwhmojiid; T. ..
V Owen Hdmes,-of New Ilanoyef ' ' , '.
JValhias ;E:! Jjiwyer, of Chowan .' .-
Joseph Jl Dariiel, bf Halifax Ji
- Josiah 01 Vatson,i of Johnston 1 '
s Ricliard Dobbs Spaight, of Cftyeti
Frahcis Ward, t)f Ply xrwuth jj
God. Lee Davidson, of Iredell t '
Abnixn V. Venable, of Grnyltjd
- Perigrin Roberts, of Lincoln !
Thp.G Polk, of Rowan ,
-;! f iAGENTFSi
iTlie following Gentlemen will ; oblige me by
adlnas Agents for the WAtcIimajc in the sev
made hyl them would be as val?4 its if made by
myself, tizj "; '
1 FOR SURRY COUNTE.
j i Francis K. Armstrong, 1 1 l!
1 H Capi. John Wright,: i
Col.jT.IIJ. Wright, i :
Pclcir Cfingmam. jt ? :
I i 1 TOKES COUNT?;
!' ; JohnF.Poindexto
i i ; WILKES COUNTC.
; Cl.SamL F, Paticrsbii,,
; IMeJsjs. FhUey & liieheiL
- i liURKE COUNTY
Rijbcrt Pearson, Esj. t'-
. jSidnbyS. Erwin,
Jijlid P,! Hardin, Eii) I
T ,E0C KING 11 AM
j Rob4f t G alljway , j r E$l
t'Ai. M. Scahs.E. 1 !H
P. '. i-v f LINCOf.k 1
C.": 6.HeBdeisobEsa. j . "
A, Jl. uurton, tsq
Dr. 'J:, DBoyd; n
IF; iiu Sknith ESq.
: Miles 13 1 Abcraathy.
vm- . .: ; -CAIIa.
Dn J. AlTMebamv - fi
: r ASHE ' i
Col j A, Mitchell, . i
1 ! HlEDEtU
' AVhltfiehl Kctt. Joseph P.CaJd.cH, Esq.
''' iJohn.P.Iabry. 'l?
'Reasonable comlnisdan wHi be allowed on mtv
ny collectudJ ! Ml. C.JONES.
Salisbury", July 23, 1SS2. t
.2 rderwi , Putrtol.-
-At llie last term of
Stokes j Snperiut Court,
Co! James'Martin of
that count ji ag&i 90'years, prpscnted his claim
for al pension uner the late act of Congress.- He
rode eiliteen jniles apparently without fatigue,
and appear ed to bo in fine fhealth and spirits.
He had written out with his own hand a detail
ci" his services wltich was executed with so
much g(Hi taste and literary I propriety, that al
.tho it was hot thus intended, the Hon. Mr. Shdp
perd, to whom lie applied to draw up his declar
ation insisted on seuding the autograph itself to
the War Department,-, aiid after preparing, a
head andcoiiclusioa according to ; the required
Ibrin, Mr.' Shep crd read the declaration before
the Court, iheld by the Hon. James Martin, Jr.
the son of the applicant. Col; Martin had been
actively engaged in the scenes of the Revolution
in North Carolina, and hU narrative is full of
very interesting matter, and was listened to by
a crowded as3mblage with breathless anxiety.
To showin wtat an extraordinary degree Col;
Martin retains bis faculties at this advanced age:
we mention the fact, t.ut about two years since,
lie wrote a history .if his farhily ancestors at the .
reqtfcstef one olj" his descendants, comprkinglrul
ly twenty page, in a Very cleat, and spirited
style of couijxjsition, .He was a. Colonel in. the
War of Independence, and was in the Battle" of
GuilfortL w His js the only claim that wrirave
heard vt being presented by a Colonel under the
late pension act
;' A 'I
Thewctionj in Pennsylvania,! tor Governor,
has resulted in the choice of the Jackson Candi
ilate, ybl-vjer the Antinasonie Candidate
Ritner by a majority of about throe .thousand.
ThU'result Wait somewhat unexpected, vot en to
usijbr Sve jmev:ithat theri vere a great raa-
I ay-focal j temnstano pperaunjaaitnst Wolf,
1 which wuuld prevenCthe full force of the Jack-
J soa partyl from hein put f rn!i iff his &vc : 'and
wnica, posequBauyj Tii. jii ' u uu.ugn.
Had Ritner beaten Wdf, z?,ytiktiU
should have belHi confi.v. .rtPeuusylfania
would haye given her vote to Jackson-; AVe are
glad, however, that the election J has resulted in
thewayfit aaaj iffor no oijreasoni than to
prevent the bolsters rsote of; triumph, from be
ing soaaded jia our cacsjby the opposition.' It is
amusing to, see priHi what facility tlio jopposition
Editors caatangea defeat into; a triumph;--f
WhVn Kiiitiicliir pave h'er Veto to the Jackson
candidateitfvr Gov 'eruor ia spttb of the confident
asspnions bt, tne Ulay cuiiars w me cowrary; u
was said Immediately flai Bubkner was an f Aut:-SuBhlay-mail-iruin,
and that incxnsetmence of this
unpooular ductrlne. a creat mlnV Clay mchwoulJ
notvotetuf inm; rennsyivania
- - - i "k , i . m ' ft : i
the track oil Kentucky; : and mow iwnat ccMneyi - -as to wr. van uuren,lue cenaaeocc ot too
W$r the e!cetioa', tst Gcvcruo no I pooph? of Cie United Statcsianc cif his ovn Stks
-1 - fish'- '?m ; i -' t:. - . -" r-1 ' .ihi , ! W t-i-
"" . --- ' 1 i - : " I ? " i - -,--- -...-'":-....'. i ' -'' "..,Jimlx..ni I. - " mi n.'.jl.i) --i-i.n- ' ' -,", 0 lr,n , -rr- ' r,,L ..j..,,- " " . ' i. I -
lt5Hrtajftandtf4T end wi
vifllien show you who U' t trornrcst.--IIai
-a! baWrironder whal" tliey trUl.sayi atter
- ORIGIN OP, NULLIFICATION, , j
Not long sinisj' a warWHiaeiple! Sof thoi tievr
igled Doctrine of : NulliScatioaV was ho)dm
forth warrnly "at t harQtotIbtejrott jthfliliter
tiea cf hid fatrerito creed, ani bpame so ' extrara
gant as tadlyMwogst other things that tt was
eal origin--? YoUi are right there" re-
tarded Counsellor B ? for
ly the first N ullifier that, crex existed; and if
youdooXtake caro some of yod will tho road
that hewent .-, . Hi y;-r l: ii:l'f,: ijl
At the Races last week at this place j a Gen
tleman who. riad a faToriraceV'a fine Wooe4
mare, by one of those iktowarcl Accounts which
Fortune. seems often tQ thuow In itwixt csp and
lip, to mar .onr most assured: calculations, had on
two- suocessiTe daya gut )i ititM: bMencR
occasion of which, toe of our jicquaintarices ask
ed anbtlicr how friend ? took his vdefcat-
. , ii '1 ... ! . ,1.
Oh, replied he, I expect Jo scc L him. on the
Jtnxiou teat before lung." i 1 i
Notice is hereby giren.thatan election will be held
in this county on the 2nd Thursday of Novem
ber, ( befn? the 8th dav uf the months fur the
purpose of electing Electors1 toybte for President
and Vide-President of the United States. The
polls will bo opened at thja Ulowin places. D
twit : -t . ...
, ! Haae'x.
Being the places appointed f by the County
vuurfc loriioiuing ejections in said county;
? Fi SLATER, Sh-ff
October 17th; 1832"" I T( ; ; jj j ,
( fVoii Camden Journals J
The Editor of the New York. Courier and
Enquirer, who has lately turned arfhortf corner
in his politics, and seems striving immensely
to say usnuch acrainst Gon. Jackson, asho said
for him a few weeks ago, f has' lately elabordted
one ot ttiose Singularly wiso and. aatisiacfory cal-!
culations, by which it is made iriarvellously clear
that aiven -candidate wil or ;will not bp ejec- j
ted. Col. Webb, or as oiri friends of .the'; New ;
York'Evcniug Journal And Richmond Whig
used, bclvrej he left Jackson! 3m lo call him; " the
Kerucl, has constructed a tabular sjatement
after the intancr of Hczeitf th Uie ! general roci '
pient of satinet breeches, whereiu and ' whereby
it is takbri for granted thai tho eleven ; votes: of
South Carolina will bo Myen I against Abdrew
Jacksonl. The Col. may yvell revise hisarith
uictic. Those eleven votes vyill . be given for
Gen. Jackson. Wc believe !jwe have ipretty
conclusive and unexceptionable authority for this
declaration, for the -Uotolri najfty-of this! State
ad? nearly uaannnous furis reflections abd ie
nuliiScrs have Unequivocally declared themselves
so. It is true eoouih tliatl suio nf tu mkr
ter publtslied in this paper fro4 Geu. Jilair ; in
which he will find an tisitraiict from Mr. (Jul-
houiiinat ucncraiJaCKson iciUt tccice . the vole
af thi State. This, thqi Editor maybe entirely
confident, is altogether conclusive. If Mr, Cal
hyan should tell the nullii'iersbf this State to
vote fbr Henry Clay, Henry Clay .would ! be Vo
ted fur to a dead certainly ; and wc saw indica
tions a few months sinco ilia t such would pnjba
bly cnocgh be the case, but a different mandate
has gone forth, and it will, be as well tor the New
York neophite to look out1 for tlie eleven votes; a
foresaid. somewhere elsci Perhaps he cbuldibe
accuaunodatfid m Tennessee. : - . -ji '
The Secretary of the Hartford Convention.
who is now filling his Daily Advertiser with 4
invective against utneral Jackson, ctmp)ains
biltcrly that the Piesideut does " not enforce the
judgement of the Suprerfw Court in the case of the
iM isaionaries." Vy e have repeatedly shown that
the President has ho po wer to inter fere in this mat
ter any , more than he has to meddle with a pro
cess from a Justice's court i fori the collection of
debt. If he sliould bring the force of the Govern
ment to control the action of a subordiuau: branch
of the Supreme Cunrt,'as is required ofliira jn this
case by the opposition die renders himself liable to
tmpeqehnient and degredation from office, for vi
olating tlie constituton anil laws. i'Mr. -Secretary
Dwight knows this perfectly : well inde I the
very letter frpm the cabinet which ho publishes
to justify hi outcry, decl ires expressly, that the J
the. circamstanccs" of the case,-and he 'bither
brings "what he is oonsciodsis-a false accusation
r.tainst General Jackson or; he is so imbued wjth
the spirit bf tfiej Hartford ConveVtioh as to think
that Uie constitution Sc law should be. lie barrier
against the cbnsamiuatiou pi vishesof his
party. His clamor springs! either , from dishon
est v or from judicial bhndnessj Jor perhaps i from
botli, and of course" unworthy serious 'attention :
i.... . : r. .:..?!.. :.:. - . '
and THE ANTI - JACKSON iBANNElLi; I ;
The flag of the new eualitKiii Mllw. JraixlaTl-
edi to the !ize of its adiuiring.nlluWers.i :i It pre-
sen is me ngure 01 a aiKutai nu,". and i an
Anti Vasoni fondly eaurabini bach other; ithe
right hanluf each locked Mit;ri'C -stt&tSr
friendship J ihe left armed: iyttkaHiar,:but
half concealed uuder tho -thin teaafuhlic
good' in -which bpth' figubel are parlyMed,
to hide their w ant of syrjirnbtry ; and to pre vent
the unseemly appearaacb of bael of them treadhW
on the toes of the other. '4 Both are made te l walk
in the same narrow path, intended ito lead to a
lofty hill j on whose summit' isi ;anx edifice over
rw men coats tne "-oiax opaneiemjanner -r M urn
strange mistake of the artU the; figures; are so
placed io the picture that they are 'pronounced 'by
the best judges to he passing: dotci, instead of xtp
the hill; i Each appears to ; push hh companion
forward on thb waTf hd jet V watching ; with af
suspicious eye: lest he "shoull Lbqlleft ibehmd"
himself. I , , ' , "r",f Ir ! I !- t i
f MOTrb--IIelp each other ! -The mearSr--cU-rnor'aad
prbsciription. The end--kjftice j j
' I - Jour,' (i'iif Sadltf.: I
CONSISTENCY IS A JElVElil i
On the' 19 Januwy, 1829, puff Green. JCdiwr
Hivernes3i meir ieeiins towarus every man
who entertains respnet f the tbhle country, but
Col. Webb will do well lii remember a late let
dopled by the desperate oprosttionjwe( quote,
brand U ,. - f : j . Slmdarf'$
naa louoweu in i oi me u . & vwgciuu, says V I " :
1 m it i z i. l. . .i . t-v 1 -1 .a.
"mielaTil'f&UIwiUi tlw i actirir-andP
,wijkm wtucu uDuaa aicea, give juui claims
uponj General Jacksca which ; sown lb Jiiut: Jto
rum as one ot taeAext cabinet thoulS General
Jhm niake llU wiUWhetheT he ac
cept any appuihtmeat m tho of the President
lect; is a question! fijr Mr. V. ! U.ta! determine.
If AC dots,li& will be indebted to his own mtogri
tffi character, jaU emineut public service, hie c
KnmeUdeed capaettVsthe cttaiietixfUiR rxcmle.
I and Of ANDREW JACKSON, for -the "distiii
gmsaexiiionoT-H an femur which itt bdktt Mr.
alhpattwouId e!asj readyras Gen. J. to confer.
s m iae rivalry between Mr. C. and - Mr. Van
liurcn, we trust tliat the only one betweeu them
will he, as it has, heretofore been; which can do
wostto promote the welfare ahJ prosperity of our
WiStf .5. 1.r--1 L'
r i u ifty : thb ; encomium ? He ! did not then
stand io tho way of Mr. Calhoua, - lie does now,
and must be defamel outof tlfieC way uf the niil
lirying John, C. Calhoun, and of, his, attornry
Duff Green. PariUfbUefralrunii
f-,:!''- if h-k - -!,-.
ThfiHonoiahlf? kr. Slaaborry.t of Ohb, -who
BWpu& Ftevsotprietyil' la his mdvo
metits, connected with honest Duff s Stupeii
aousFraud" charged upon the ifj67emmont has
had rwnjjbsiun to suy at home, from his constitu
ents whb ducted a Jacksbn man iri his place, i
f' f 1 i ' . Pavisylcanuuu
QanotaTt Siaiuc of JVaAuiQn-VcfM
uotiiLtendod to haye sitd one word more on this'
subject; until we eouI4 "have announced the
cemoktion of the Work aurhorbed by the last
cssui' of oar; Ge6eral ''Assembly. But we
tve seea a paragraph iq the last 4Jrensborbugb
Patriot which requires some notice. It . is there
Stated, that Mr. Hughes, the : artist employed
to restore the injured .Statue,, had managed - to
get hold of $3,030 and had rwiciioay" The try
statemoct of the'easef, is we believe, as follows" ;
Mr. ifjftc arrived here early in the Spring
and he aad an Assistant, were ' constantly and
busily employed in makiug.a mould of the Stat
ue, preparitoiy to. a restoration. ;of 1 th Statue
itself, and had Jioarly, completed that part of the
Wyrk; when the Cholera broke ouUvrith great
violence in Newi York. I Mr.iHL" hcimr "alarmed
4ur the safety of , his family, thought it faecessary
to pay tliein a visits Hs did and we learn
that, lie ;removed thmintothe iCouniry, and
thus pressrvad them ixi sickness V hut ho lost
his prmcibd workmau by the- Cholisra. and ner
haps some others, which f greatly1 1 deranged . Ids
busine, and rendered 1 his personal attention
ttecessaryj. Fittiing thai he could: not immedi
ately return to N. .Carolina, he wrote to his As
sistant, to, pack up and send on the Moulds which
had been made of the Statue to New-York, to be.
worked upon there previous to his retuni. But
as it is believed tho. Legislature, when they au
thorized this' Work, understood 'that it should
be executed liere the Governor expressed an un
willingness to have the moulds sent away. Wo
have no doubt, that, as soon as MrJ Hughes can
arrange his bobesti at iNcw", York, ho. will re
turu to Raleigh, and finish the Work in a man
ner which shall pW the Legis
lature, and to all who have takca-an interest in
restoring this masterpiece vf Art from thsruiiuins
sute m which it was left by the deputing Fire
ioA'ffl tlie Capitol
Ti c Tiiemial Conten tion of the Epis
copal Church in lhit United States, met in
the city f New York, on the 17th instant
The present is said. to be the most impor-
t int session that body has ever held. The
question of the resignation of Buliop Cbasc,
of the Ohio, will o discussed-Kind the
following gentlemen will be consecrated to
the Episcopal office, viz: the Rev Mr.
McUvaine, of Brooklyn, N. Y. as Bishop
of Ohio, the Rev. Mr. Smith, as Bishop of
KcntucHy Revj M. G. W.Doane, of Bos
ton, as Bishop of N. Jersey; Rev. Mr.
Hopkin6f Boston, as Uishou of Vcr-
Welconie yisitors-TliQ Svvis emi
grants, says tlie Boston . Centincl, li4 in
number, who" arrived -at- thfs riort on .Wed
ncsday, in tfi sirip . Gloucester j from Havre,
are of tho class ' who arc an acquisition to
our country. They cxt no amongst us with
minds and ha f ds prepared for toil and, use
ful citizens 'we know they will be. With
the intention of proceeding westard, many
have Jbrbugbt heir wagons and harnesses,
and nearly all iave with thetn a murket and
a clock. To amuse in their leisure hours,
some, we notice have wjth them, their mu
sical instruments. Success and joy attend
... sk ftrederKksliirgy OcL 1 9.
The Mineral resources rf Virginia are
every day developing themselves. To fjay
nothing of tho lron,Coi!, and Gold, contain
ed within hct; territory there , are many
other articles whicli will, erp long prove
sotirccK for ::gteatw alth. The g public is
already infortneduf tho discovery of a quar
ry of Qif StOflej--e can neither jsnelKnor
pronouoce its technical name--in the coun
ty of Louisa, which t now ' worked pretty1
extensively and bkjs fair 10 make handsome
retunis.i Wo have : in our f possession, a!
peico of the; steiie, wlch 4 id pronounccd
by workrne to bo, superior to the TurldaU
Tn'the coursb of M& Ilothsbbilds cxamih
on beJTorq . thef ' .Cnitteij japrtomtcd to
irVveigato the concerns off then llank vf
EngI-dthatgenUeman atVjid; that ic
hadjbmight lately iin Paris X800,000 ster
ling tjiear .$5,000,000) in gold, that -came
from fioiPej of ?A!ikrs which' hid been
lookel uri ia tha ceflar, aijd did raebody any
feiNTO? A WIFEJ t v; 1
4. TWr lady wwr lately told by a married
ladyraatahehddlbetterl brecipitata hcrsth'off
the Pateiis Falla nt4 thb pas n beneath, thun
m&f, t 7heyoea?'ldy; rjpluMlif'i -wyuld
cruld f id XkusbendzX the Wtom t -'
it-is rely posble that'sbme pour husband may
have ;ea: refuge !here.tk .4
.'. n .r;.-; jkj
Yzb r-arE jci4.v---Yoalie! t said the
Corporis ) ! uever tbldia lio in I my Cfet", said
tho acdsed party. I Tlut a Hel" joarbd? the
CY-rn:?f ;f -it liptcr fW YmC. t " 1 1: -.
to procure it . . Oa
being asked by thj o . j he should
make the charge, the rep. ti .t.u aa cagaging
modesty, tempered with a slight slijvv of iadig
jiatioii at the asking of eo impertinent a question;
Miss Walker jSUisSker dr
style, aud has not fcceajieard1 of since, V-'4 v
1 ; : .5-fREEimj'; i -
Two Jonathans stepped into a bar roim. in Uiis
tewn, and callinglor a ghosi of New Engliml ;
Urank it between, them. A long aiuo ras v tliea
purchased, and cut in two, anu with envila
raplaeoncyihe two bucks leaned pack 4 jtheir
chairs, trolling out dense cLulls of tobacco smolte.
At length one broke alienee rith.wI iay Jo, what
d'ye apose mother would thmk if she knew we
axe Sprceing it.
f iLoufeU Contpcnd
I ' " ' ' ' ' -
I 'How to mm Watsr-eionS(tp Squashes
"'throrv the melon up about ten feet and when
It talis there will u a. Snu.tah '
f Shenstone tliankrd Heavch thaf Lis name was
not obnoxiua to a pun. A ! young beau, better
known by tho nickname of ' Snultw than any
other, would have died to bo lable ' to ' join in the
prayer, had he heard the following dialogue about
him the other- evening ; "And so! you really
think.? said '.he beautiful Ellen,; giving at the
same time one of her must earnest looks out of
those eyes which might create a toul under the
ribs of Death ; fyou rwilly think you might bo
induced to marry Suuft? '--MYes, lt might take
"toira at ajtiiich," Demurely aus rerbd the young
-lady.. - . i . -;
Aneczvtig-- schwl master, tougiit his boys
wheacver they heard hlra sndeie, tojrisejp with
solemnity, cross their hands op their; bosohvand
ejicnlato ; God -preserve tur venerable tutor !
One day he took them but for a walk, and the
weather being hot fe proposed- theyjshould halt
at a well ; the wcllr was deep eo- the master
made them join their turbans f together for a rope
and descending to the bottom, handed them up
their drink, one after the other. The refresh
ment ,over, he bade them dr-iw him up aain,and
had nearly reached the top, when the coldness of
the well made him sneeze. ;
The whedo posse instantly let. go the rope,
threw themselves into their attitude, and ex
claimed with great fervor VQod prejrve our yc
nerabls tutor '! who fell and broke his leg.
JSxcursio. -The President aad Direc
tors of the New Castle and Frenchtown
Rail Road Company, having completed that
useful work, and successfully tried tho ex
periments of locomotive ; steam - 0!tnes
the reur5bn. d etcrmincd to celebrate tbo lat-
yna on Saturday in an excursion in a stsam
Accordingly, X on Saturday, 200 gentle
men embarked in the steamboat Wra. Pcnn,
at the Chesnut street wiarf, at half past
nine A, M. They arrived at New Castle
a quarter before 1 P. 31. where, they were
mot by gentlemen 'from the neighboring
country and from Baltimore, After a short
time, one hundred and sixty of the party
tooir seats in tlie splendid cars, to which
the small locomotive steam engine, built by
Stephenson, of Liverpool, was attached
and the whole caravan set off in fine style
There were tea passenger cars, and two
cars in which was Johnson's fine band of
music. The passage was made in about one
hour and seven rninutes.
On returning, tho- party sat down, to the
number 137 to a splendid dinner, prepared
on board the steamboat. 'After the discui
sion of the viands prepared fori the occa
sion! the regular toastxcecdinly pertinent,
were drunk. , To a toast, given .to internal
improvement, conimerco, &c Richard Pe
ters, Esq responded in a handsome com
plimentary address to the hosts,' and a
pertinent toast. .
A letter was read fromtKc Hon. John
Sergeant, apologizing for his absence, and
offering a toast ,which included a neat and ap
propriatc compliment to the'stato of Dela
ware, " .' Kiv" '
The company was subsequently address
ed by Afr. Senator Brown of Lou issianGen
eral Mercer of Virginia, John iSwift, and
Joseph K, Jngersolf Eqs. arid by.JIr.'Bobth
the President of the company. "After a day of
rich enjoyment, they landed' at , Chesnut
street "wharf about 'clbbk in the evening
satisfied that tho- work whose" completion
they had ceUbratedj JwouUI be of private
and public advanhe, and gratified with tho
liberal manner in V.iurh it3 accompluhpciit
GREAT BlUTjiIN.?f 4 - : ;
Extracts from the Loudon CwrrespoMeoce ci the
1 , New York Jowaal cf Jpomaibrce. -!
. ! V -T'f '-j LoKpoirSfiyr.".
r. Joseph Bonaparte t baa stated toftaose mith
whom he is intimate inJwulon, thut 1 it u bU
intention to reside , iaE?"",'J ' '
cet aa act of "der1-
large Ikmiss if
Croent, Hyde "
nigttificeut ' -
ia the co"
1? ... f-!
,buu,pca, asJ "UinjU'laV
yy-i are out it first strtidc1 jUh t j
- f his want of sightrf-far. ta? e jeg
-4 folly home out as. regards . hhoelf, for hu
'as never content' except when travellingl m.
.j O'Connell has throatcaeJ to addre ?af iettcv
.to Brgham the bogalwo, f fw-gli brig'
AnguHy aiid Althor the liar . Yoa may bo .
assured Ciat the letter will be a rish ' bppc'Iaea or
O'CoancU invectives. Dr. Doyleis as th grcap
agitator,r-lRj b a wall known and distiajtihed '
wnt4T jne who is considered i a and out of Ire
Hatl aj 4 bt'iug of up-rror miud a uua who
pbrliapH has aj much . iafiuence in. 'his ittitire
cyunuy as the member fbr Kerry. Thlni cek
braled individual has addressed to Lord Alglo
sbya long, able, and eloquent letter, on an fibset
vaUonr reported to have bncnaaioby fei Eiei
lenby, relative to the illegality of passive 'resist
ance u the law of tithes. In this production tho
Government is soveraly handled. There is au
under current rinning throughout the. greats
partof it, containing sumo of the mt 'puiutod
and.dehcate touches -the most refined, but biv
xngatire.' : I fear, Itarwever, that it is hewing
bbeke with a razor. But Tithes aro goaa fore
ver The Rev. Doctor thus expresses hiuiseif-
jUnlcssyour Excellency can cbaagoTur na
tareyoa will not alter our purposo--4t is i fixexl -aid
iaunovcabk.n Prosecutious arc.- gettyrj
more than over,
;. ' l' Lbypox,Spjt.45,lS32C-
; I cannot better eornmchce this letter tina hy
saying, that I have , hitherto t escaped bVeo - U
slight attack of ' that pcstilenco whioh walkoth
like tlnuught which' sweepeUi "away tain, i,
ven as the winds scattereth tho sands. Taro -thbjmercy
of God liitve been ;spared.I ji havu rt
Sifin much pjtlie desolating . seouTge---naoy of 'y
my friehds luve gallon beneath, its jvkulqnce-4" '
several aeqaaintaaee have rsbd away. ' taoyJ
gpndemea connected vyith tho London - Pni
have been fatally attacked. Mr Ggodwin of th .
xoktnxQ CiiaoMCLC, a son of j the Hccli&rataJ "
author of Caleb Williams, and a young man ! f .
much p-omise ; Mr. Motherwell w tho n. Post
Mr,; Palmer f The Globe; m- Pureell of Tte
Spectator and;rVr.J Hcnchell of xTht tJilfndX
Mr.' David Blakio has al w fallen by the epid nnk.J ,
Hbjwas the! originator and editor of tlialjEdiu-l ?
burgh Evening Pest and tho literary Gazbtto.!
bir. Albert Peil, one of the Judgos.- died -on the-.
)th, and strange tb say, the disease remaiapj iipJ
onhha for nearly a fortnight, tho llabovo' ''
must be added Mrt Gal vert. M. P. fcf the burjugli
ofSouthwarK. . . "f; "'
II mm. West, the wife of tho -Presided
of the Royal Academy, has just died of clis)
lera. - 1 -; 1 1 ' ,
facL!fp. ThUilandof potatona and strife
the finest country In tho world and the 'worst gH
verned the most Inoble people i and -tha wwis:
treated.is now inr a most lamentable condition.
IThe peasants aro peyentod frojn giving if eat m
thiar indnaat and excited feelings by, pubihy
meeungs laey are not aiiowea to oiscass any
scene, and every person is compelled to re'ure, or;
beoome the victim of thz lots. But thoui the
are not permitted thus to state their . determina
tim not to pay tithe though ihey are not allow
ed to express their hatred fur the .persons aad
their disgust for the governmentyet they have
aaopteu a more learioi ana ternaie raoae 01 givin,
utterance to their wrongs. r Ths ffovernmentar
dofermincd to collect the tithes at the point of the
bayonet. The people say; " we will hot pay;
you may seize. Now the only, things thai cat
bo seized from an Irish peasant are hts cow, pig,
hay or cora these are of course ; taken, and in
pounded. They are then advertised tot sale,
aod driven lathe, stand of, the 'aactioneer byv
battalion of infantry and i; detachment of dra
goons. The salo commences ; the hay ii first
putop.aiidhis Maieoty's Quarter t paster lis ou
; expression ; anj as r.ee jt-' V
jjiae ;ahimateJ,isj-cj U-J
r j ihat'thseyelsas eloient; ..jjr itVii"' I
.r.ce.has, trjng)yn;developU'. J ,pt j
u oi xoecmjuvenesa.anii uaf'Tirai. t!iAt, ir n
the point of jbidding,Fwhena rumor tieachef htor . f
that:the hay has bqen salted i that is, well Spric- i I C
Kieu afsunic i u.ixA s ho uas no wtn uj
poison his master's hoMQ3 he decline to j rlr
chaseand the hay is knocked down to the se
cond bidder, who 13 generally the , parson htmseh
So he gets paid fbr: his tithes with hay full of
arsenic ; and has to buy the : live stock and food
them upon iC This is Paddy's mode; of passive
resistance. ' 1 Time will , show: how 1cm j-, aucb
tate of things will last, bui as they now ' appear
I dread to contemplate the future. " At a hale
valuation in the county of Cork, collision f took
place between the; peasants' and thefraUiiar)
and ! am' sorry to add, that,' fifcoen of the ! furmer
weretrftherldlXod jor-wounded'-Mr. O'Con
ucJloflors tojosint concrvativcs--if they I will
support him in the repeal of thi Unioat 4 44
' .Vffairs continue to $totkl ominous ia Franea.
Chateaubriand, the Dj d'Kcars, VJ Prides.
Lavcl Montmorency, Dakc do Crillon, and Gen
eral )lK)urmant, are at present in Switzerland,' 6
their meeting on neutral ground eoapled JwitU
tho rnovemeat of. iCIiarlesv.X: and st'eanoef
but giro nse to .abuadancd -bfpecidation Tho
war &a La vendee coatiaues annoy tne, go
vernbent, bat they are not tomptod io pursue a -vigorous
cxxir and rnit d)wu tho tasnrrections. ?
Until they act with firmness, ruling eaa be 'a
chietcd. TheThicbess must be taken,, and 'if
taken, the vboplu of Paris will deraand her head.
Louis Phihp is fearful cf this, atd be is anxious
to lave her; but if she persist iu her wild Quia- "
otic course, it will not bo in the power of the i?
Viioyen to alfard her even the chance' .of escape.
The Cholera U on the eve 4 departing from P
ns, and but few deaths cesur daiiy The Barun
de tach, the celebrated ' astronomer, aad; U!.
Meynbr,the historical painter aad academician '
have fallea in itr victims. kS7 ','
: ttllbose sad roguesi the fainters cf Ruis,
harei entered into a" league to destroy! all .
I prtos calculated to diminish manual labor,
ana meir aeceriiunauim a ics-.
ol ution' into effect- was - only : ptovente by
-trbn body If of police) di arjariy of
Guards It is ncaorcd thai
"f rshalP Soult liavo-adiffe?-
ccnsetruencc he will not '
' Citnnet Tbc most
irerlBrc ccsistamV 1
will not discov- j
thect fio jtwtio. ,
) Secretary wNa'-
Hip la U0iame -is
of the past.
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.rat papers '
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