Tf& . ,: ;,
PfliiMSiii Jl)--'-v vf L.;-l!L
. M , . , . . . - - - 1 - - - - - - - - ; . -
t LirliclumrV nit tifl (Tatters himself tn
iii&to 'ifid Commerce may W prorwrtedi by
t laioN Ifiood hnortli an! refinement it shall
of these, whether open or luddcn, hej fill
W x&twk t4 K strftngth.j j CriUcM, trit,
i2.'iiitU&uil tcrswtaJjc will i endeavor
ft r -. : - ' . ..- - & . - - - . - ' .
tKMacrred itol can bnt hinder the broper
IkiyramBit! Iter Will feel, it lV W. 5
jttiltMiacNly whi'. hM been WKcl
.j iK I?..Sf KanK. --Wtliniucn ciiuv-i u
il Li: . .tfwri4tice mav uave euvf "
d Ummms: tho cxcisft eTitbp jpQwer
J.nniwrniaiidthclTedent. wyt, pro-
itoiedwtf8t' and disalJtion,ahd will
ypti: tyieiicy of racrt lepprfatioru- Apnst
a till fcfc i hai I forii ts d)ject, lhe of
tWlAt onHstion of our counfrjrt at the
4n Qfanotber, the best energies of Uiw paper
wiiloppoRrd : ; ,:. .J
ni? nrtTfrwWlr wm?ited doctrine of Winca.
ttm4. w bnlf 5DeceSiry to say,that in all its iases
i U ftntrnrv to our nvKt Settled
,; :..c riirt! tvittr 'and as such will bo cooibat
I CU 1V til U utCklMUU L :
every wek af TRrw Xteflar tier year, in advance
w1i4rewm Jive Counties mare "than
ftll casiw where thi account is over one year stan
dliiSthptitwni he 54. . : ; . ' . ; X ..
i t So:fwenptw8 will be taken for leas than one
3yel ipVertanff will h lone a tthe usual rates.
Krt iinWrintiotrwiii be withdrawn until arreara-
fi I jt incnrrf paying le wrhole sum in ad-
Ltthrikme rates afterwarda, . ' h i '
! f All letters to the liditoT must ba Ped pwd or
-tpV will hot be attended to. f! - i -
i Prrsbns addrrsutethc Edttw on thecusmeas
of th OiTice, will aldresR him aa Editoj of the
nf!JKOeftttrh that write on om
ythWsiS'eaii dtt)eClolI;C Joniee.--jt
slflfAlitheS "feuIcriprionst taken before the
namfnticiment of this Paper, it will bejremem
Iw.;ai tfvwm Ant nn the nublicaUon of the first
;v ft-fpnfTT -v : ft j ..
r f l :f :i httftsf: fnr the present tot Practice
i ! Iwtn thK3oimties of liowan and Surry,
In both the coiinty & Sepcrioi Courts j He will
riit th?lriGXt Superior Courts of Stokes and Da
ln nortlef tosttle his business in these (urts.
lis Offij- is under the office of the Carolina
Watchman a faw :doorssbclow the Mansion Hotel
in the Itjse htejy occupiedby Sam'l Jjines Elsq.
tn a l aYrrn. 1
It Sffi. eonstintjy ori hand at my jLimekilh
li Stokes C4wifire8islotie:lim both slack
wl?anslacMrhh VI sell at 23- cents per
Bushfrt Jor.Slacll and 50' for unslaeW and
Whenjhuantity one hundred bushels lis tak-
at sid and 1 aid for, the price, wi
iwmt lessened ir w .. -
f ifiliHl mr:- -t' .1:-.-' -.h- ! 1 I
2 trusty liespcctfUlly announce I to th
' ' putlid, that they have succeeded in renew
y tHigag4eatwitliIiw Amelia Thonrp
hUtitol take ! charge t of this Institution. The
K-iiM a ill go into operation a join oni the 15th
JOcSrliHi "tf -flrr-.- ". ' I ;
r'ljfte hches tatjht m-this Academy, are the
idilhfiBiaoff Ealisa,r Arithmeticj, deognphy,
llisyr Crooyi Philosophy; iloral and
iPlrvScall! Rhetoric Needle Work, 1 Drawing
r ai4iuig iiifici anu xne r rencn ianguage.
i- 7 Vi ilMcUKK,
!C I D. HOICK,
i E, UEINHARDT,
i J. ItAMSOUUl L.
?V C; LEONARD S :
"i ' ;P. SUMMEY,
PT 'J. D. HOKE.
S i AlfjRtW24Gnih!lVinT fUtm artrwit iK lt
leih to Charles L. Torrence fo tavment.
Ilipersindebted by pote'otf book I account
ixt tli4i:rle-teqnestcd W callon j Charles
iirirHa the same, as ihe alone or
pis ; iUdrttey isajith6riscl to giye receipts for and
sciiieai flQuis aae saiu nrm
i jl persons indebted ; to tlier latb firm of
Utlandhatiduorrence. arel rohiPtH if.
Pf Iftirward and tnake iinmllxipi fvivmint
l.ri'.rn-Y MBwraocw. without distinct ,n .
AS been J established
M1LTONI C AMPBEli; in
Mjftffil6 ?of which
HE name pf XJobsoas Post Oii. v Ti
Counkl'wchangned to Ricn Fork.
- -" ' ! II .
BOKtlSs FOR & CLE' ':"THIS
fi torFirVi Hi i "
lHajis$iryIoyjl74wl7 r i , . 1
! aliabury iU: JSaturdsy; Dumber lt 1833.
1 The fbllowihsr Gentlemen j will Ji?e
acting as Agebts ibrthe Watcim in the sev
feral Couniiies,! where they reside and receipts
made by thfem would be as Talidjssjif made by
4f,.-. i i, f j i - i - - -m ? f i
nnaelf vix :
i VQJL SURRY COUiT:!.
Francis K. Armstrong,
Cbpt; John Wright,
Peter Clinsrmam. " ! 1
J STOKES COUNTY
Jhti P. Poindexter, ;Eq, i
yaafel Gibson. Vjsa. I if s
Co Saml. Fattefsbn. ,4
Mossn. Finley & BiHieiiell,
I :. BURKE COUNT
Robert Pearson, Esq.
Sidney SrErwin, j
John P. Hardin: Esn.
j ! .ROCKINGHAM
RooeTt Galloway ,r.
A. M. ibcales, Esq
: j LINCOLN
C. Henderson, Eji
! ! MECKLENBURG I
F.L. iSmith, Esn.
Miles B. Abernathy
I li ! CABARRUS1
ikyjdStorkc, Esq. !
1). M. Barrmer. Esq!
I T GUILFORD.
Dr. J A. Mebane, j
j If L ASHE ; J .
Col. A. Mitchell, i!
I i ! it- IREDELL.
Wliitficld Kerr. Joseph P. Caldwell, Esq.
I , ( H DAVIDSUN.
i 1 Jwhn P. Mabry. I
! Rra wnable commission will be aflowed on rao-
heyeoIlectBd.i H. C.JONES.
Salisbliryuly 23, 1833.; .
f I iBjRMOT McMORHojiH.
I Ve 1 ave given in our last . paper, some ex
tracts frpnje Poem of John Q, Adams, and if
this1 whjcH "is all we have seen, be a fair specimen ,
all whoiidrtire Mr. Adams,1 (and we confess our
jsel ves o that number J must; regTPt the effort. It
fs a stiiTjr pedantic obscure cpsnpiisiticln, and comes
mon th literary reputatiixi ijf r. Adams as a
blight ori ajripe Harvest, pur excellent Ex
President was certainly not born a. p-jet, and if
kny onef hits! ever attempted! to make him one
he ought nbt'to haye drawjn hi waee, fr he
has fexetedJiu -taskl in ; ah tmorfonan-like
mannerf Could we only "se0 ourselves as oth
prs sec fre Mt. A', would never ' have essayed
fclie 'LyfefNo friend of his from any thing they
pvel sajv of heard; of Mr. AdarHs, would havead-ise-hni
iburd iiahd to -ymvi m ; he Speocer
Stanza or any other Stanza unfeasli they wanted
to have! t'leJ j 37 th , Proposition of Euclid set to
mus:c.-r-We would as soon have expected ;to
ieat of Pomine Sampson's dancing a lour hand
led reel! to the tone of Tulhwk Gorum, wr of an
jOctemaarian hancrin? himself for-love, as of JVr.
lAdamsj taklnff this trip to Parnassus. We. have
after ail, seen some papers that praise this pro-
Eduction as something very uaminne, ana one
In particular speaks of - the sm-wthness of the
wrsilictioi---Now, to, our iKwrl judgment, ; if
Jtheir bo any one uiult in the sauiple afforded a
uive utK uiueis, 11 is me cruac iimiiute 01 ir-
etic and common place language, and- the awK
iiward ttan.spbsiticn of the sentenrj i$, making in
tthe whole, las unmusical a composition as rer
jwas heard O that my I euemy would write
;a book' was'; the exclamatiod ofr Job. and he
thoujrhht it I the opportunity above all others of
Iputting his; enemy under hSs fet Had Jdj
been ajentte and such a book as this had fallen
Into lus hands' he would no 'doubt have been
lioublyi rewlced. Mr; Adams should haye re
membtredj the celebrated v reply of Alexander
Me Mfrai, wnen ne was inviieu ro join in uic
Olympian jgames M If Kings -were! niy compel
ttors 1 would enrare in these sports.? VV e dare
say that Mr j Adams could compare with any
provuuu iit-au ui me woriu ; in ruing epic peie
try dr any tiding else : But to eriter ihe lists wi tli
all sorts ot men in a same, i where the play is so
fearfully against himr is of itself Coming down
from his high estate. . i
Qfki Excellency Montfort Stdkci, to the Ge
GEKTtEMlEJt,!,. ' . 'I; jij j - ";
i fThe Weeing of the representattyes of free
men; in all countries where freedom exists, is at
all tinSes in interesting spectaclej ; and when it
is considered, that they come frbiht their homes
from their ; fire-sides, and TellKjuish the com
.iortsof -domestic life to attend to j their public du
ties i Iwhen they make srreat sacriticts of , time.
"and bf their private concerns, prompted by no o-
uier motive inan tne public; gout ; ciauuing nor
expecting no other reward than that ot an approv
ing conscience it is not an easy iask properly to
f sumaie mo sum oi grauiuue wjiicnis aue irom
jh pk-ple to their faithful representatives.
. On the; present occasion, surfer ; me' to amgrat
ulatdyouupun the appearance, Jlpf general prus
v?rit in I'ne iState, and for i .the j enjoyment of a
a coamonl share of health by its ; chizeus, at a
time! W heu other portions of the world have been
Visited by I a idost dieting iialady.' For ihesa bles
sings jof health and prosperity, we have reason to
be thankful juj Almighty God : jlAndj it gives us
Inst ckusei to rely with contideucje upon iu cm-
tinudj mercy jin avcrtmcr the calamities' which
.thivateu iho peace and hannoaylofl Uir beloved
couniry. Fdr it is npt to be denied rwr, disguis
ed frlln ourselves that the measures recotaiut-odv
i .. f '4 ! i -; . . ii iJ . J
an exciteu pjrucu oi. me pouutera - puupie.
if persisted in. must have a teinlencV. to weaken
the j&s Whicik have heretofore a happily uni
todbs together as a naUori. AVhateyer may be
iuier issue' of tiiis atruggle,! rejoice that the peo-
pie orxMorth Caroluia have wistiy avcauea , any
inteifarerjce rlcuiated to disturb the ipablic iran-
'Slf ' Wtlil In Vsin that we ik;:;fyr 'perfection
iuahhumaaiiisutiitions. ; Ajoveng Pro-
t videace has oramcdit tube otherwise. Biji so
fndlins and fri other parpdseyj flLhale ;hsujhtJ
as the peaceable settlement and location fttHe,
fndiiii!TA.liW hrnnd; Ihe i-sswwnpl VXH ll
ni?Uer ot creat' importance to tne u mieti oaio, i
and hot less so taNortb Carolina! IwpeciaJly l a.l
reoaras tne removal ui vna PjruuBHi?ivcnn
tA ortft th Uve thrt State Aver th tiItory
thetr concerns, except for the purpose at pratec-?
lion. 1 ncy aeserve tue justenaffw care i pi
uenerai uovernmeni, ana ijnave no oouui. ; wu
receive" it.' . " -l':K ,ji M il '-'li: ftliil L ?
in retiring irom tne amies 01 myi siauoa,
been my earnest desire and intention, that? no;
r .k.,.., UfU TjU
iiiiv-,. U .............. "-.1
lould be neglected ; ano; it as oeiievea;
that my retirement at this time will canse no in
ojnvenienre in any department of the cbVern
nipnt. With this drteiroinationj L halve devoted
mv whole time, and exerted, my leeoie tuenis in?
irnoie nine, uuBri K -pu. ;
otinz, the success ot suc special oh-ecte 3 a
the bejyisiature, oy rasoiuuons OT; fnerwise, . nasi
j:J.(.it.j',l ;,.,iUo r ' Vir a 1 1
. ' m" -: 1 . -.1 . . L '
UUUCIWU. UUUn mwp nauiuMuwf ,1 wns i
deemed it inexpedient and unnecessary to j
any general recommendations (or your considera-.
tion ; confining myself to the task f f I . renlerin
ywi a faithful acctunt of the manner in Which i
have executed the trusts cfided I to me 1 i
A resolution of 'he General Assembly diriBcted
that a " contract should be made with Mr.
et suouiaoe inaue wiwi ur.)
Ball Hushes for the restoration bf the Statue I of
Waahimrtnn ' nnun the hfwia nf thft i nnihWset'
iv..k;r., k .u-i. -J-.K-ent-
flirth iii the rnort of the iohit spinet 2 commiUea
w tl-5iiiij ujii uijvii uic uta vi : Lite liiiuii'ivo
:,rfh m tn ri.rt iifthe i.ii.t rpI .miniue
... .1 . ..u: i : ;f::; fl
tK,t aK;t " 1 ? f
In obedience to this resolution. ar written i conn
.... j.. :: f - . , : I
tract was made. with
time in Mav last, he eo
?rnl Ofi f-jr 90 f n.id aKI
report. Heing desirous of remuvin .his latniiy
Ln.iova " d
uu . t 3 . . il
With .hfident reliance nnan' th s PromiseJ
Vrwl t. fi.Mlitnt fhp sivoHv removal iif hia familv.
.v.... -..w -r. ry - I
minima ui the terms of the? eohtraht Uf
h .TAtraV f vinfooa mrcplf hrit ai"4 vimfp U l
- , -1 7 " -i l
judge. The whole sum advanced to .tto?
. ' - - : V ' . il
amounts to two thousand eiffht hundred dollai 34
amounts 10 two intiusana eigui uunurKu uuiia.
Mr.Hnghes, finding (as 1 understand fr.mhim)!
that sickness prevailed toan alarming extent inj
New York, he removed with his family to Ne 4
njly io Ne
Jersev. and has not returned to KorsSi Carolina.!
He has since requested that the iuuuilds and
casts for the repair of the statue should be for-1
warded to New York, where he intended to!
prosecute the work. I thought proper to-; fbrbidtl
he removal of any thing pertalnirig to thSta-f
tue, as the contract requires that ! the rrebaLr
shall be made at Raleioh. The contract-1 ogel
Ki :ti. t,A it0. je K iT...rkDa ;fl
0nKrt;;ttM :i 1 !
uw.Mirv.. . - . . '-.1.31 '
A resolution of the General i;Am!Jy' directs
that all the maps, drafts and plans lately Li the
psessun of tbeEnirin5r J tlis state, shall be!
placed in our Executive Office, arid that Fthiey bei
. - V I
repaired at the expense
under the direction
the further dispisi tion of the General Assembly
This duty has been performed, and the! maps
urairs, ana pians nave, oeen repaireu, ana are se
curely deposited in theEseculiyeOfficGj'il H
Tne resolution directing the ' employment of
an agent to arrange in proper order all the papers
belonging; to the Senate and House, of Commons
and others, which were saved ;durinjr the confla
gration of the State H.se, ami that thry be! de
livered to the proper officers of the; State has.
been obmphed wittio far as respticts Uie assorting
uursaiiu suntc? hi vruvcf flllitrtlv JlOUStJ, , lO
hold the papers belonging to the; Senate! and
iiousc 01 vomwons, mey nave oeen carpittlJy la
11. ' r jt .1 1 - 1 ? a' n : t M
belled and filed in a rxrain the office of Uie Se
cretary of 'State, subject to such I dpuSitiojtfs he
General Assembly miay a; -fiterliiniak4l This
arrangement was a Iaixr:ou : he, and "has been
faithfully per formed by my Private! Secretary.
Mr. William R. Hili,the former Librarian of th
State..; , , ; . , r ;iS;i V , If-
The Acta J" Assembly establishing Rati Roa-ii?;
have been attended to. Loh$werable uifhculty
and delay occurred in procuring ah If Engineer 'to!
make the surveys required. The service of Jlfr.
W. Rawleof Pennsylvania werc atslbta
ed ; And he has been engaged jn the 'survey of
both routes ; which, it is hoped, prove lafisfao-i
tory. As sohi as the surveys . are cimpleted, a
.particular report on that subject, & rweJI Ilf ctri-j
er objects which engaged the ' attention i juf Ube
Board of Internal Improvements, will be laid bf
tore you by the renaming members of tht
board. ., . -N1 '" I ; a .-!.p-V f if I !; i
Pursuant to the resolution directihg'Hhe Dred
ging Machine belonging to; the. Stale to be secu
red: in such manner as to prea(erve; it Trpntf ruin,"
I gave directions tor Captain ijBlahy; in iwhosp
pjssession it was, to deliver il ;to pea. Edward
B. Duddley, of Wihniogtoni fur' the j purpose of
having it secured. On examination, it was
found that the vessal containing thai machine
was so much decayed as to be unfit for use; that
the innchine itseif was greatly injured j apd thai
it ould cost tiie state a considerable sUmiof m
noy to have it taken to pieces and Stored in safe
ty. In the opinion' j of many .jpjttiwj.;eost
would be more than the liiachitie fjwas Iworth.
I Tn ier these circumstances, I liave directed it to
be delivered to the Cape Fear ;Navigatioq Corn
pany, in which the. state is inuch interested am!
their agent has engaged that it shall be l .iaked
careofl ' ,1 : : ' ; .;;- i. A
Thercsolution directing the aprntment of
8oh;e "intelligent person to actpn tlie part of the
state in collecting testinviny, i and i causing such
surveys as may be ' necessary to the ju prpse
cution of the suit pending in the Supreme -Court
in the name ot the Attorney Genera), for vaca
ting certain grants made by this9tato,M has been
attended to; andj have appointed for this !jpor4
puse, Timmas Dews; Esrjuire, ipf Rudieford; in
whose integrity and capacity 1 j bave me; luost
perfect reliance. ''' V-it ' '' ;;;i
W ith respect to tho resolttuon I ihl faror f the
J sisters of ihe full blood cf
j i have felt myselff somew
j proceed. . NucUm has be
sisters of the full blooJ of i Barnes i K. Fo&tthe.
hat ata ltj how to
hn miiln i, 'Ida: finn.'
I ney, nor do I know where; jthe faiauty 'fiijej-: 1
his workmen and materials, a sum of money was i
advanced, perhaps beyond the portion of labor 1 7 m
Iani an fineeptjj.J nidneji u subject to
ficate of atoek of the shares, is leltin the hia-J
of the; Public Treaimrr.'i . fT:'f 1 ' III
rt-suiauoa miQirtn tn liorernor to 'an-
pjfht some perstia rfsident infihe diy of jlaleigh, j
- ..v 3. av.MW wiw utucreni persons in i
peeT appomted forflat oarDOse. f I i
"'"j iju:mi, snows tnat tap ! busmes couu not
tt i'"" "1
requiring 1 the i Goyernor to
TV asarenowororartfieil.or arnfthAiit thA nrmii.
; - . , ;: . j - ! I. .. T . . I
f tv": W1f lo f na! :U
been complied with,
pd on thonsand pair ef pistols, and five hundred
sabres have fbeenl received frotii the United
, , , 1 ...j- : T . -r I
r T"T1 1. rJ j V! !? o iquoio or puouc
nrm a 'kii Li l: ' ! . . 1 I
u , jj . u-L"ru .-Tii"' FZ.i Zi
; XUBIi! liaTB IWKII ItUrUV IIIMTnfllllPll a- I
? m puoject, ana me re-
mi nnT9M in tha Mn. . L'.nHA 1. .
V- WS' ".p I
Inobedienceto the rMnlminn dimrtinr ts
-uainematicai instruments belonmna' to the
Jf ;, . . T.'.f j . : " O 1
Stite. and .ULsrlv5 attached to the Enorineer's
IJepartment, to be collected and! placed under
care ofD. H I Biniham, of the city of Raleiarh.
-Tp Vw in me, nanus oi .nr.
uincrnafTi-- it ia ti ria
f - 8";w ua.
regretted that they were
lV',raa ror ,ne 0211116 ,nto nw P0-
8iiW,anajme it them renderad unfit iue
8ivmai?ajme ft them rendered unlit tiff use
.... . s . i
wthoupairs. A list of those collected is here-
w,u,uu' pairs. A list 01 mose collected is nere-
With famished. I f ! i I
c: . . 1 . . .. . ....
. ou,CB aajoarnmenx 01 ihe legislature, 1 1
wmcn are m the Executive Office subject to
J' f floul
I have also re-
prefixed a scedule oi the whole number of persons
t.i :.. -.1 tit- . . . ' m . .v . . , .
who in me several districts pi the United States,
sen accoruing totlie acts pi Uonffress ot 17UU,
iqai) Ifiin .j liiinn ri r -. .u.r
one to? each House ot the ueneral
Tuu i i j . 1
?:;uuiJ'- ; a aiuaoie wocumeni, ami
111 1 I 1 " ' 1
Wf 06 0eilTer8U
to you by by private Secretary,
U7lth this mASQiVii
e ' !. t '..
" 7-?!. Luu i
Jrt" v-tf-?" f1"1 ""fa
- , ri-ii , T, .
f 8 f the 6tae fftaine has by thejdirection
ofjthe Ilaturejof that JPtate, been . presented
to the stateof rth-Qarilina ; and I beg leave
vujv s w me sial pi name, nas, oy tnejairecuon
"." rrr a,iu 'TV
""f4"""? w,a? w
il have received? communications from the Go
vernors - and legislatures of several states.
W wiom 3
m Massachusetts, relate to theun
gf1 f thenorth eaptemboundary of
whicli L am requested to lay before you. Those
otates, -i hose from Tennessee, relate of the
subject of the public lands of the United Slates,
'..1 . ' .
ana,.lolDe Pw?" f VpnCTa government to
. appropnauun ipr internal; improvemenw.
a?d aPP'g thef conduct of the President, m
"V o Vu V8 V T -T
trlila ISiVniMtTA Kill 1 'Fhn fvwtm I juiim
j-Aii-Lj.. e t.m n i
(jeiiuiusuuioiifc ui a. noil iv aii i
pass throu?h the States
of Louisiaua; Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama,
North I Carolina, nd . Virginia, to the city of
i Tne resignatiorts of Militia : Officers and Ju3-1
iices 01 merreace, receivea since mo aajoorn
iiientof the General Assembly, are laid before
you in the file marked A. I T
I In this last act of my political relations with
the Stale of Norh Carolina. ( should be ungrate
an nil in na nnrmi. 1
.u." 1.- r. .u.. s i .: cj
ionics 01 connaence
and support which! have received; fiom the
support wnicn 1. nave receiveo nom tne
i ir rr e ti A : - . . I
as ntihhc IiFh of tnrtv-frpn veard ftnent in thfir I
uisiaiur niiu injtu iiie utuie. 111 vne courae 01 i
r J y : .. J . ,f ... ,
service in various siauons: in-au 01 wnicn 11
nave njceivm me iuui tuueumvocaj pruois 01 1
. : . .. : . - . , .
thir ihd.ilnrri. 1 . -1
I have the' honor to be. Gentlemen,
pcmr obedient servant;
NORTH CAROLINA LEGISLATURE.
i s t - I I j -i .!-. :
The Legislature convended on Monday
tne 1 &th instp I agreeable to law. Tlie
Senat was! called to order by Dr. Mongo-
raery ot urange. 4; l lie; usual oaths being
ailministered t (the members present. Mr.
Williams rose ind remarked that it jiad
hitherto been the practice of the Senate to
nominate gentlemen on ; the appointment of
Speaker: this course he thought had an un
happy ; etlect, in prpducihg j unpleasant fecl
lngs, he therefore moved that the Sentte
proceed to ballot for the; Speaker without
any nomination, which: was agreed to uny
animously. j The j .Senate proceeded to
ballot for Speaker, Mr Montgomery of Or
abge and Wilhims of Franklin were tp
pointed tellers. J J ; : ;
I j William D. SJosely, Esq, from Lenior,
was elected Speaker upon the second bal
lotting, and conducted to tlie chair by Dr.
Montgomery, when ho? returned his ac
knowledgements! in an!, appbropriate ad
dress. (: ;L j ; I .
I I Sir. j Samuel j Ft Patterson was appointed
principle and Wjliiain S? Cowan assistant
clerk to this Senate during the : session.
Thomas B. iWbe4ler was appointed princi
ple, and Green Hill assistant door keeper.
The Senate then j fon motion of Dri Mon
goraery, sent a message to the House of
Commons informing tbem of their . due or-
ganization and ot their readiness to co-op-
erate with tbemfin the depatch of public
business,; after! ivbicb, on motion of Mr.
illiams ; ; ;the i Senate f ad ioiirned until
Tjuesday Ifjjoclock V I f I
i . - ;ti,.-:r
QUSE OF C0M3I0NS.
qnorum cxmpistingof a majority lof the
uuinoer 01 members honor unaaat.
59, and hfrnk S-; -:r
Mr.j HenJy;iavnrcceiy$d , a thijority
of whole noof fotes wis j tlnly cfccttwi,
and conducted W Cli4 lriir by Mr. Mclillan,
from yliich lie made his acknowlcclgemcnts
in a iianasofnc ana appropnaic aiiaresa
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luaiC3 pvwfr m nopinatioa ior urt? ap rainx
'went cjf assistant, poor keeper the House
maae one oaJioung witJumt a caoicc. -
A3 1 . . .V - . 1 E . - M.
MfAmiHiu Ka an .t.J . - 1
w.,u - .ii iiw uc auuuuucU iW ureuvo ruius
lor tna the government of the Senate dur-
mi th present session 1 Messrs I Spaight,
Toomer SphvpII. XVi Icon - ttnA nmlir mom
T- 1 j . ui nvtw
appointed to form said' committee.
i 1 s s
I li IT. -P.: : I v.
a e ucuse 01 1 commons, . mian hd-
monirt nntt ti, u iVa
tfiA i.nm0 nf haaJ ij h
me county of Haywood, ind Allen Peeples
w.v v 4w uivuiuvij yiyvv iiuui
auu i im i Jio-n is me reprcsenuves oi me
1 TVI J TI. "J '.I , f ' . .1
County of Guilford, or&tluced their ere-
dentials. were . adalified ! and tdok their
Weirs. Sumner, Sawyer, Polk, Brag
ad peargon were -hnointedhv theiSneaker
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cuuuucuiise .uie ouisacss w. me uuuse tiur-
a. i t p .1.. i j.
the present session.
Jnhh Pjwnpr nftAf omrl KallAtirwra vom
elected assistant 4oor keeper D.ihiel Cole-
1 nomas O. Stone, aad ! Jno Vv.
Covington were! appointed enirrossinj
I r '
A joint Committee of 'both houses was
appointed to waitj upon hs excellency the
Messrs. VYelborn and
the Senate, and Messrs
McLeod and Sheppard oil the p.ijrt of the
nouse ot Uom'npns, to inform him ot the
due organization I of both: branches of the
Lcmsliture and their readiness td receive
any communication from1, him. Reported
that the Governor! would report to-morrow
at'12 o'clock. I -
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last A resolution was passed permanently
locating the State Hju.se at lontepelier,and ap-
pnpnatin? S40.U00I for the erecttm bt a new
one. l ne inhabitants ot Alontpelier are to Efive
20,(KK), making ft3,000 ir the whole,' which,
;t is expected, will
, . ? ,
build s resectable State
TheArkansas Gazette of ;3lst ult, says that
Mr. Yashington living, th4 accomplished au
thor of the Sketch Book, Ste. and Jiide Bl!s-
worth, one of the Commissioners for treating
with the Indian tribes of the West, ' left Por
Gibson on the 17th ult, under the prhtectioa of
Capt. Bean's Company of Itanffers, for the
southwest, and intended Droceedm as ur as
Southwest, and intended proceeding
the Cross Timbers, an extensive tract of country
5 ft '
situate some 2Q0 or! 300 miles West of the Ar
kansasj'rerritory, sfretehingf from lied River to
the waters of the Arkansas. i
tx tlt r.
Steam NavigatW onithe RniifE. The
Angsburgh Gazette bf the 4th Sept. I has a let
ter from Basle, of lb 2Sth July, ttatingthe eXnJ
' x. ? m t
. niLl an,i
1 . s. : t mfnr trn
rr, 1 ; ; - t ii:.i-f..iL.'
ivuei 10 Ddie was loosnaaow ioi inai. mi mtc,
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a steam vessel, however, has lust succecaea in
i-.- '.. 3 nril...
ai-toiiiunsunicr m oesimo ouiuui. iuhs, wucu
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steam vessels from S wit-
zerland. down the Rhine td Londoni f will effect
their passage in 72 bonrs!
Georgia Penitentiafy.Yhe Milledgcyille Jour
nal of the Uth say s:
We have the pleasure of announcing to onr
readers thit Mr. Hutch ins -of Gwinactt repor
ted last Friday to the HWe of Representatives,
a bill to repeal the ict of list year, aliolishing
the ncnitentiarY code. We anticipate the ready
ps age of a bill
by the honor oi me
State, the interests pi humanity, arid, as we
i hink, the general wjsh of the people.'f
The following e
irom various sour-
Judge Smith and
his Spartanburg Speech
they tell bad for NulliScaton
Mr. HAMILTON: IN t821.
Thw?entlemanjiiri8il, found Mr. M1
Duftie's numbers, signed Onc of j the Peo
ple." floating in Ihe newspapers,' and ad
miring the principle they contained, collect
ted, and published them; in pamphlet, and
to give them great famej prefixed an toAd-vertisement-'
thereunto, In which he-has
adopted the principles as his own. I A num
ber of which I have just sUtvd. in compar
ing Mr. M,Duffie,sopin;oii3, and which show
not only the adoption, but the stored estim
ation in which these principles were held
by thej Gov. Hamilton I roke; the toU.
lowing 5 extracts rthertfrom. He tiwre
-In prescrring jthe Subjoined! Esiays.
from the fugiuve column! of a newspaper, j
and in placing them in a form morej pennan-
ent and enduring, We conceive wcj are pay-1
inr no more than a3rust homage to! the sac
red DfinciDles, they! incuIcate.,, ft!
SeenU JidverttitmenfreJtxtd to "One
of the People" f i !; !
. he basis. tlOWever PI Uic
in which the -Triof indufeeas in fontend-1
S V t 4 i
ing norla.strictand merit construction oi ;
tfr rrwtitntlnn l and in aiiirmiuz ? an '
of mfv twifa'j i weaxiOi?
thtopiaof State Soverilstyli Jt riotn-
wnicn lUf oeen souTided m tho 4An"i it
Dominion? with such: an ill omened b .
but jyitit no yariety,by themvto relicre iu
dullahd vexatiolsdissonlncft.,, ' ' j "
E MRniA311lVrpN IZriSSO; , .
, "Tha writers of.'the"iTrion. t!ie ar.iIcs u
wWch 'Ooaof theiV,)pla, was a rrj.ly) hd
evidently in view the object ct ahuintin' -rc
CrawforJ furte Presidency, amidst alf tbiir
parade of patriottsrajjanl this at the expense ,f
the rest of the AdmiuisjratW. . To combat 1 1:
pijiis crasaJersthebuVinrsi tf Uicsa' nunV:;?r3
of'Otu otir' Piowhich we have UuitteJ
ia me loss, wa reaauy allow, of tluwa whiri'a
713,, to whose ealihiened f jrrcast, suna nt
events have boraetheralist irrefutaSla tesiimoiy,1
Stef. fhm-UasVaU'Ma; Courier,
gust, tS$0. I : r 1
'l hai Ukea up somewhat cn truit, withoat
nuch exa.ninal: hj, but I with no other thin tha
purest motives, vpinloni in some rcsptct3 (out l
with what I then suppishd proper guar is) 4ilqu- I
lated to sustain soine of its implied power
See same letter. ; : : ' . : ' T -
ul now think after; expmera of nine ye.rsr
that the preservatun of, the constitution atH th
salvation of the Siath, dspends o.- a strict can-'
itrucfionZo-Ses same Letter. - A ' ; - j
I MR IHAMILTONIN mUf 1 '
"The argument of j"0ue of the Peop!e':is ,
now presented in aa unbrokea suceewi;!! wm lior
to the most ordinary,; and gratifying to the mit i
comprehensivound8tsta4ding. Tin ini'ia, Vrii
are uafolded are in thei nature eiseMlallj , .
perishable? Scc his AlsertissuutU to 0.ve,qf
Although those irapnshahle truths have al- -ready
been unfoWad in the history of Mr. .
DaffiVB opinioas, yet as his v?oi.iJ euligy i. a '
iranendant, it raiy tead the better to illustrate
their intrinsic worth by presenting some of t'lo a
at least, with .Mr Hamilton's Utter;oprJ:o:s.'
The following qniitton ifrinn f6 le of t!iePt! '
ple' we did a Jt give 'Ir, MDjfii'Jthebenfii.vf,
though! it equally npniiea to, bith gentlemcn A-.lt "
says tol'Uhe Trioi" ' ' lifeM'liV!;
"I unders.ta.T J y. i to atlirn, that in exptfindins. f
the Feileral Constitution w sltould be-""!! 4
down to thn strict letter" of that Instrument, tii '
that the General Government, leai nof nutfe. ths
exclusive or Hil juie of the extent of trie po.3 '
ers delealti to itself, hut that, as in all utnerV
cases of eo.npact among parties liaving no corn
m m judge, "each party kis a rizltf to jadic for ' '
itself. '!-. As these may -bo. considered th.CAil'
centrated essence of all tho wild and distrust! re!
principles that have ever been advanced, in je
lation ti the subjects under cfinsidrratt.n, and as -they
constitute the basis of a contemplate;! revuta ! ;
ion in the aliniiiistratin of the G-wcral G V..rn-neol4-
irave been partseulir in 491121 r V-'rjr
fang ia'le, lest 1 sh.iuM he suspectoT 'jf giving
ray own i:npr3bns jf the nvjilt of y uir inrJi
mntsor more corwtly srmiing.of y!wr
tations" See "One of tfte J':eptetJt pises
13-u.. - - '
'In assorting that we oiT'it mt t tnvel oat
of the'stri-it letter" -jf the Cn.nitutiJ:i, I - a;n j
almustldisptsed r to Iiebeve, jn ciaruy. tint you !
were ignorant of y r ow.i pr pitun. 'or if,
with its obvious and necissary, coi'i jut' i9
befjreypu, I could bel'eve yr,u w.rild st II Tjnm- 1
lain it; I should be compel 11 t i th'n'v -ry un- 1
favorably of your cha!a?t3r as noflung U m re
clearly dem-iustraole than that yi;ur rule X nn
structipn wouH paralyze evry I jvnig energy of
the constitution, and aosointely annihilate ihe
gjvenimcnt. . Without implied and tncide:1l,
piwers, almist the entre ;nis of mean by
wa:cn me macnine 01 gjvenmffnt is K-pi in f
motion, could not be wielded a single ! moiiontj
but would tall Trim the hands of the ad.uinistra-
tion."- rs0ne of Vie People' nixt 14.
MR. HAMILTON IN 1SJI ;
"I do not com forward to aprog'zo or to
make qualifications and exceptions for a d ictme
which I iielieve to be essential tn the p!itird
rights of a sovereign state in this Unwi, anj
the civil freedom ot its ciuzns. Itis aJtinrr
true, that ia October, 132S,in addressing my,, -firmer
and an t highly valued constituents of
Colleton, I did expres my utidxibting c mviciulrfi
tn lh9 val idity and abiding confidence in tHtj e.U-- '
cacy of nullification, as a peaceful aad effect tal
.node of resisting, within the limits of a vute in
this confederacy, an act of tisurpatlui on the part
of the . General Govenmenl.,, His Dinner.
Speech, 4th of July. 1331, in C liar U ton . t .
Compare the above nullifying seutioiKnt of
GoverntT Hamilton in 1SJ1 with tub x folio win z
imperishable truths which he so enthusiastically
pressed upon the public attention :!
MR. HAMILTON IN 1821 : . ,!
"You assert that when any co:ifl ctVhall occut
between die General aad State GJvernhe-ns, as
tothe extent of tiieir; respective jpoiveti, "a-'ii
party has a rijght to judge for itseif!n 1 onfs- I
am at a los to know how such a propution ouht
to be treated No climax of politval beri.es
can be unagmed ia which this might not; fairly
claim the mjst prominent place. Ft resolves ue
government at oncer into the elements of physi
cat force; and introduces us dirccrly into a acuta :
of anarchy and blood. There is I not! a single
power I delegated to the General Government,
which it would not be in power of every S;ate
Go vernrnent to destroy, under the' auihMiiy d(
thUcetaioxispriAcipler--uOiu of the People? ,
pa& 16. ; L - - : - I : . : -
On the subject of Internal Improvement, .Ifr
Hamilton said much, but wrvtelittle.f He was;
however; the great supporter of that system up
to 1825. In the great contest in" this House of 4
Representauves, 111 1824, which settled the
question in favr of the power of the Gentral
Government over Internal Improvement, fr
Hanilton, in one of the his ablest!
:1. ?:-! ;..-!
Mi'iei hoped beibre long, he should East
ilxdMmi passiinr along a anal through Florida
pnt into the Gulf vf Jlfcxico, tlience through the
Isthmus of Darien into the Pacific Ocean.
fercer who mentioned it in a public speech
on luternal Improvement in' presence of Mr.
Hamilton, who replied Ae luui pezn once caught
hut icojtld take cure in future. f j, j f ''
. UWi 7 B KSWKU NIC UlUWIitJ V M WU .
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Be it rememberod that at tfr tery mommt
Gjr lhe prrt9-deat. a Poliiitrd
jaQU in gth Caroljaa, whoso protosscd 00
i. et Uer lo out down this, his o !dsrfriaWiOT
break up iue initMi-r via. i If
overwhel-oinjr ridica' srtd triumphant sar..as.n,,t
: an now mtUUd thilll dU srre if iyaslict a
the itit'wef efrnztvi cf ls friiids cf L'lat rt.T-
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