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ifpjfJJesfc pEiaUT is a Candr-
illiilrebtlaV has m fndcarefl
'Wit-'laiisv; v-i; ! " ft- '
iilf;at tbift Jf- we Know for no
rflta!jTf Hrasrt W9 sliall not be.
rlaviepnn wiipo wenaa: oar ics-
itcHect and the
IVl (jcj aucK ob!iied to the Tim. Mr
wiMeiodin b Afr.! Webstm iSpeedi.
wj inaa inu ;oeniM-
.flnifjrrf fioti as w. iMtualljr the case, the
llt&lCtfortal tables sbiffed into
Ujl' fralflto a conititttsotj forths.
p (4.lrelkejtn.as a mark otraspect;
I- VVo contider such acuai
IjHjt-fif attentiuh foor readers to this
lt'ibtl tt U$ C4n vireu which, we hare
liSMeit Vtii prirpueeif j "jicqaitting Jt ao
iiirxiixM abule ihToivn apon thera by
it !lif(4ai-ahjr8eiisib!e, candid 1 man,
satiny proviiiien or.this law Uiat justifies
i.cWuwj and murder1', that - has been
sipy.ih.lba'lwh .it wag oten
U ilbpentepj 1Y lis,Jcxmsiderin g the' j occa
enactmsnt it seems a firm, butdisrui-
ji hBjaiiithbritjr of law over misrule
til jlore;tiir e?en dobcedingf ia soma of its
gflMlfifTlpatinceUiat that remoies the
tli Uelilit l-Jthe way of threatened vio
lei, rVb3t!iidividalJ win) stood upon? his
n!tfea;;W v threatened 'with illegal' iorce
uMa biglibors jorK ai cpnolination of j thetn
f4iwpqtf bouse and httfnenay, would
B.4e his bai4.aUon vpm the wafers, to aroid the
t?; nCtBtini House l is the S Dftacrfiif
I Kfe v.iwir ir4l4 aad fonciliating' . government ;
tyivueuotj wmcn i vte ? speaw , ine oncers ot
Ewnvmwt-v to weai unhand e to sime
(tirMbfiicfjiM ri68el t vet out of the
aWppfoihe rpident, that miiU
ttpg brpo orjaniiod. for ; resisting, the
MfW!4, nor sot evert then, nhtiil the
W w ed his ProcJamation , and rir--
MujaH ; warning w aisnerse nU let the
.llJWW of the PreHent, to act in the
,iTffC mm mfc-mi remain u
i-iUJ;Uw etid of the new session tf rni
fMiM'$ l.l barbar ousi bloody law
ftlf 'e'L ;k&(tii accounts the
a-WJffWtnen na children U A
ji Coruner.aiid even a j Constible has a
feWfeta thedischlre of theiri (!utyl
MiigKt tojeaii on any body inij evert
te't0' hft,P then nd they
Vitty itiJ wassailed
fgWfm Wargejheir office; Hy
fn3itrate is authorised
t! nnrtvle of tKeilaw, tut J then te necity
was aauUf to Wxiit inilid Nor Itcr
thS nHeit Wabelieved tfanse m the South ;
But emtxiui? it was In both eases, anyl ouhMo
coiBbmation that ithreateos it be a Hartford or a
ColurablalDiriTentioiwt ,Ve: d W M,
SoatKerb imping is any mom priTilffred than
rerhmnt Icansot msfin itself id, the eserctso of
!iti elernentary ifi&ht; it is a TKwr,.frai, clumsy
c&riivaiiQpp.Sa tftoch :ourt aiicstar sod the
world hare beertf;mistakea. Ifoiirflepre?ea
tativet ii Coflarrcirs cannot clothdfthe'phief Ma
gistrate ptthefNaltipn with; power! for Hebort
yartjrtttediiriityand rnapttaln fits Jaws,
.w1:03t'citife.the!cwnjliafi of the
Vioplt',' then that People isatr8seraWjr wicked
irid:dcpraredorm whom 116 (qTemnenttwiIl
eversuit Duia uoipoiiBm. ; -i
; Upon ithe whole jit is mostlappjirraf that Uie
uUifiers.lalthopli they are furtfedj firj thpre-
$ettlu kt fandeiy are pnTQri j itf atf their
initt fli rew jajencjes of strife arid t imult j'jtheir
opfingJabei depends tm the nabt:rtheyj cn
ia.jatonwihfthebi ; and that mhe;deieoda
ocb lhegtJliiifiithfrSoa .
J iisi-. ' f V "I f !r: ' : ''''
rim LAW fid SHOOT WOA1ELY and
I HI --7 -1 ;M children ri?r;-f ; H ;r
. .J -J t ! -s i j- h t --"V. .
Amongst other liaid epithets b$towed on the
UiAleV:uin lawli Slrl Calhoun iMid Rafter him
th' snnall ' ry bf JtWe, party erery . wleref have !
Lowercr. tne3 its poEoy aad proves tleiiSJiTflcl-l
ResswithTwhich itsaUairs harebecftadnmus!er
j. If ever there was i case wbero ini vidua!
opinion oujht tci igive way P an univeriaovtr
whelming verdict of men ia both hemispheres,
we think tae,casa of the Bank presents if,, espe
cially as the scruples of the President go to the
expediency "of tlie measure, . almuKt eatirely.
We cap bat hope, that this invaluable institution
will beechaxtered in despite of tho Veto. v
1 i. 7
Asesungly well gruonded report prevails, that'
the X British Eioy, paid Hervy has jpfoposeof.
an armistice between the contending pan res Jluv
this ohioitanate conntry. .T One off , tie (nrrpusosi
of which is, to send off Don Miffnelwana to fz
raoiisn a regency in tnename ot us oiece queen
' J PCjSTSCIllPT.t
TTie "t Nnllilying Ordinance j ilH iCaW
lina, is, we nnderstand, repealed by the Conven
tion, v Woold that they i could aseasaly"wipe tile
A line cf Mail Stages ! will commence jronnirg
between Newbcm and. Beanfort, on the first of
April, three: times a-week. "
UNITED STATES MINT. ?
The Report of the Direetor of ifrti &t&Ts
mem'fbr the far just ended: shows the coiuare
? thenar, of th sum of 4mJp
Foiourpart, we! cannot iioaginel hol. alaw consisting tf !67;487half eagl440 quarter
invaded Wpuiidpwn smagglers Jcari iffbetahel ditt4J9t tf dolUrs (nW qoirter
belehtr .;fbrighVyes and rosy lips, unless j ditto -5, 500 dimes 965,000 ' halt; . do,---t
fti&ift 2JttSi: letZu.intA VA i JKa-VtHttw ; t -l.fiftf rrtnts. ' Of tba rJd Turned! sSOi
andf a neticbat Wiment should -sore : eVwuvh he 0vi wre fruji Mieo, Siith 'Amerim ar-
arVived iifiderl themiuieto iMnneril But in t Wwt IndrK,S,000 from Afril
" .ft I si' s ! .""'.it,!?' . . . . i. - - 11 . : k
to tLe esse, ihc arq witil of ftTia 1 prisoner
itoulJ follow aj a ni ttcr of ro Irs?; protki i
the identity 'of the inUi?idials ivere fully cs
tl)!isrjeJ. i i We do not bcliere , Iiowcyxji,
thatapy such persbnx can be produced, ii
V. ) v- - '( -I - PhvidKict Gazl
t iWe find the follbvnng in- Ike last FranTc-
hrt'Ajrns:--'!--..j t 4r j-
: : l?0?! pt fMoor; Letters hire
'gently been received front this gentleman,
l(pni jwhicli aieicthbrizeito say, that
wiU, (if alive, 4fej t'i hbnearly in Majr
ana wm tnen t it meets the approba
tion rf hwitTierJd)b4 a candidate fori Con-
istrict. :" he wishes
aP!spfMe present irtcti'nbent will
viiji.ju uc ijrsi cpnstiitea, as wcu as nis
:fild$A&lX jrtettigA 4hose'. t kindi rartialitv
.cereai.er. sustained lum through every . dair
Manifest their air!propoitioaaMd-ibo allfna; 15,000 irom Sonth CarpHaJUpJ)0.
ihbttld thj( happen jto.be in JpM -on fthe day . fmm Georrta: and f 1,000 from 1 fnneSfif Hlhfj
when their-galiant j commander Vimght ' beat' ta : quantity prod wed in South Carilinaj .was more
array, andjheyjwereito prjmanide j fat! to: h ''" than oHl-fdwithin the.last jefjr iaf North
rodelerio-ifntel.-' jVhy cruel iate!tfa brought ? Carolina- nearly doubled; in V1ini,;ittcrea8ed
iheaitheieV-Thevimihtbehotliaeoyiuih- cent? ia Giorzia diminished 20 pef
er lpcwosfcri I will fi af -uo!4respcterS of i cent. Pet lnt
'persons, and sutaieUt duty are stubborn :iprea I
ii i-lT ?K eefF i AsJonbly WaS-pected to
.aoiourn yestemayor to-day. The bill tor
jadiiHig halXa imlibn lof doHars I to each iof
ibe Banks in Uiclimoad, upon: condriion of
faking a loan to tha amount ibltha James
Eier andrtanawfa-t Work has passed bath
1 1 The; il3riizatttjn .Sill j ((gifing $i 8,000
fa year for five yeari, tor the; deportation fof
ifirce people of color; alrcadyi emancipated,)
lias also passed the! benate, having jprevious
passed the House f Delegates. !r
ThiB; bill for mtmcnhing ldj000 to'te
Psnonth;:andj Wlon Railroad fcasex
pcriericed a singulal late. - It passed the
House of Delegates last week, and' was lost
4n the Senate on Fridiy, by atieVf-14 to 14.
The same bill 'was recons;derdd; in the
jlptisebn Monday nd was cirried by a
till larjger tnttjoHt taif beibrei jbut wasja
gain lost in the Senate by a tie. the vote beisa
tiiis tiihe i6to 16! I I ' H " r
cu on odcuewenl tilth eteru McrcXSii
in gown, ) io be tittkln
llees-ax pr. lb 1C aj 17, Brandy; Afcle Iwi
81 50 a 7o: FeatheT raklh 35
w w,swh ; Ytispr bosh 6ii a 70
liye prbush-40 ; - ( ate rbosh '-SOa-- r CdrJ
I bush. 30 a HQreen - pr IV M
becfprilliSi 13; Cacoii wlh' ? Vfi .
bait H (bash I af 1 ?0fl fSteen Udll
irv 1 T x'nIJSIf 0 pr 20 ;
.VjaTenenfie, w jil 2 , , 50; Abdeto !
;u t a iiaooa lo,'
tiesu f2A; Cottoa 91 a
ouaa la Cof&e. W 1;
.fandK.lSj fioar ((rom
mD! 4 riajcseea bush.
8 a8!-2 Batter
104; f Cora pei
a t: Cheese 10
41 a 25:
10 oWn "i. lwM Ci. Ji
w2 Lnne Cask a 3 1-2;. Meal bush
50 ,j Oats 371; SSalt (la bulk) b4hV 75 in
sk3of4teh.)!-75 k fS; Steel German k
l.Zr71 8' H&S 16 17; Tobai,!
co leaf; 2-1-2 lA&iih&fltnwsi ft!m. rs
H 75i Per, galr 2d 30;
I An tmpoion.-Triiie Louisville 'Journal,
r T il V k 7 1?? "France upon n pledge ofl United Sti
to storm the doahle tortihcatioa of Baenol'.'.- . e rT a.LM nnnl. c,ii t;0
heart, but their Magazine is the U heir bat-ofJTnited States Bank Stock, the
tie feund is the saloon; their camp kie Mars -rv or the 1 reasnry isstteci a .notice
the ball room. i t . i I 'M that pronosils will be rfe; eived until
turea ; sofwehe and beseech of them to! keep a-! Who tpanrniwev-ronffresihaVinfi an-
waj?: They arpiwernd in their proper array of thomed the loaning oiit. fortr3jesnt,ir'i0m which we copiedof the defeat and cap-
'..nPvr-t - ? -T n-fi-T , Ftalmentsiindcrtne treaty oi,inpe;nniiy.iWiintUre otn , company fof U.S Kahoere,by the
lefc Stock hJamanche Indiansihds declaredunder date
.Secretv j cf the 20th.uU it Hkfull and $atisHictory
wating 1'vidence.that it is an tttpotilton.? i r
if As to shooti&g chorea, we presama tfiat even ; instant' for
Mr.:Calhiqn, dviesj not believe there is inUch e'eedq of the first
danger of that bemg done underjrthe. reae 0f itV amounting
MMTt 4 IIU WUOW Ulf V14UOC t : UIV ; . JL I4ttl i ,
borrowing the entirp? nftt pro-;
instilment, (at lot any part
to $962. 2403 ; ;J.
, Another, Mani ficrnt J)onafIpiri-We .arti-j jj have, held a meeting to express their
in.fonhedrbV a gentleman who IeWashinointhe 1st. inst. if
ton - a few.6ys -since,: tnat fet-:jb'eibre his rl 1 t i ,
I large number of ithe peopled Char
Ibltercounty, Va; np being satisfied with
Mr.-' Randolph's Resolutions relative to South
6a'rolina and the General government, were
We can tM nil clause ui Utehact that
gives any siich authority rwe daf not fsuppvse
that'lhe majority m ' Congress thought t bt all
noe'enrvrti faithful rn(H.lu,n rif thn' iipa in
tt il'.vomwiAnt VV shonM wiv tk.tt r liarrL ' tnn n fpw dnva sinre. that 1 ust before his
ly dem irlcoMitifttfioW "u do .80 -that las it is depirtnre. intll gence had beenjrf ceived at:L,rhere was one vfte South of the potom
not tiheof tle delegated powers. that Itmustthere. the office of the ! C lonitibn pSocivof against Mr. Clay's J Tariff Bill and that
il'f irhlt hTS- I legacy of .oon from New0rknsl Mr. ms Charles Fenton I Mercers, of Virginia.
strenirtbem . tl cfeaerral, iE,1, we I l the American Colonization j tion, and he is calle upon, ; through the
can Hire a oetier Kues woea we learn snor lar unr-univi . .m- v ijivAumum vj.otur ty mo icdeuut wmuu
the ionvetjioH!njWi 1$' session, will carryoa
recommeBdatioa' of its cidevaut" Prident. '
rtofii Peaceand sayoone of
that man in -cusy.aodit U
IfWi?-,Ie ciirzen is deprived
5Sy'aU lhis he die by
-niCqnstaMe V 1 war-
flt-HK'the Peace in itheir
lfTO0f;tberofUiem can summon a
iaad. xniny, times very ignor
feiriehee Jproves that i it is a
4afe iaestmcnt of power, for it
l-T 1 a 1 Congress
kilS J j whenever h has been
yTO efficer son do, ia order to
i.?uWlrLaw of tbe-Land the
riw s$0!E,Cjr Pxople or; these U
Mlfl,'1? filled a tyrant and
i Wster:ina U)e law itself is to
V9 51 new version of Nullifi-
?ajfturmoii (and unchrisUan
'LWIfe overwhelm I our land. IThe
iHunioa tobesimade. Svaith
a pV;o rouco inatsneiiaa
HFkT'ltlti nope now us, .mat the
bear a reading! that Willi t.il-
IMWlHi it ii . e : : :
. ?oath than 0jd the ridiculous
nio?. ISeckssios is to be' now
if?!.? thJeflersonian politician!
lnltwnamed theniselvM. nHfits
aS! 1ft Vthf seidlact of thcr Play is
14w. sunaitaneoas rrv 9 or ma
Jaw-Hsayi that itbe Federalists
P?T W; Republicans fjr onrii.
NMK? unmixed i Demo
HlS Tyrant and a
ao, and sirisr this and dhi it In
over aM often time and again;
??mm P ; a ffreat ex-
mWuion mavstdl stind
aJ2fPf!?s,ol,!.!t ?. anyone-tons.
? the new Empire the lar.
we will go for." i t
Disciples of Jefferson nr
HQmM particular, which
h?te Sfe0 tice- r-Wr. Jefferson
ta UL ' on Congress and pot them
1Kiaijk5 r !a avowed 00
l lffiJSS 1 lhe embargo ot
tafes putting 2own
1 knojryoii sir Jbhnjioii owe me money, I
And-on waii t to pick (juarrel to beguile ue oflt.
which is valued 50.000. Tins mnkfs 20.000 induced hira to oppose the measure
frnmJVew Orleans m one year tor; tins noble
chantv: - I ' . J ;
liThe Lancaster! Pal Journal. , intimates
iUf Bucii a .van, having succeeded in negocia-
.!P;K flatri6H.iHli'? a Ommercial trty with Russia, will
fnihurnJnpti ft lill rt?- Tiobly lmitlt? 1)V thP.Sh?rTf,?k! 0ftnrln(T, . ; rjjln
iDtolitowerinffl oasslon and iumA.'add.deal.iurth i'ton.' Though tlu- letter oc r. Wn?at, ,J3
conpiaints as if 'they rtally w?re: ihe tiujureu I which we sHbinin.w pHb'i;h-rl in several of -tani
ranAnrt nf.Wr Wrst. th Shri 1 elert of most trobiblv reauest permission
Hdv very common iait, that lhe very; pany . tri.,-. iJ llninfr tn virikift hi4!i 4. tl this country bvl next winter. I
wholre t:ij fault and! ate expecting! the i severity . -i.. i-.i:-...". tiJL'- .::! " " ! i: f -
Ihd St. Louis Times, of February 16:
ettr from George Davenportt dated
ng Ro ;k. Janu&ry 26, stating most
pipers in th ATerrji!rv f tonv. it ! jdiftinctly. '.that the rqniors of Indian Hostili-
esaned our ntir till 'art i'itn?. ft : ties, which ?nvo oeen ut anoat are without
sems from -tho letter of h? torrl4 ' Hen al foundation.. i! 1 i
eral. tht in these 'aao? of Mf!Srsrrst I fit i : ", " if
Wingatci'thei'- reiisaHoq?alifv Vh'Sff Ofr ,ii!!Tne fcl?skture of! Maine his shewn
finance to d isfrVnehise, is to b plabn the .gr-t. liberality in encpurging litfrary Pro
same footing as a u vacancy bv-44ffWHb. I $;?8 by purchaser 350 copies of Mr.
nation,-or- removal from j officeV4ipd that fiWpIiaoison's Hi?tor)f Maine, at $4 per
it isthe dntVs'.f t'lfe manaPM of Tietelttnln rtoriCQfey.' fh I! '
uariyiS Shaksucare huiu'jrouslv deDicts tiiafirait
orhuihan shiture,! ui making FalstaffJ accuse
T;iitiiiil...l.: Il.ti. .4.: I.; V ..: 5. .
110 w asiccu,. 14c iiuuv avuru a uua
sv .r. 1 . -. j.i i.L " n-.ii i j ?
tor his oft dernahdea (tavern B:U. We Wunot
heJppposipgjuiatl rakny members of Congress
who voted ajraiost the Colieciion bill were actu
ated With sumo such iniotive, Many knew thai
a 1 diilntidarvyjU their,
constmien tig adunlesk they could sink t before'
hand with a bad name, jit would bd the suJgect .of
a heavy reclaiming between them. : So they have
hanged and mangled arid belabored it witi cur
ses, lague estiletice and famine ! O these
are nothing tj the Collection act. And Andrew
Jackson, the officer thai recommended the Col
lection law; tjiey hayfe jfcirly' iUainjnted ! rith ,
red :h'icut8e$ and to; ap the max; bJheir
wrath, u b said tneV mean to nuilify thlitllaw
in the' South : Carolma Convention ! I O Lordy !
0 doat ! ! I CrbiiikV'-.yoStV .Genuemen itia thr
people are Such Apes as riot to 'see through
thesejtjiinfs. j fThsy hbud you not long since
praising Gen Jackson louder than any one else,
arfdi damning Henry Clay. They noe find
your tone altogether changed. Theyj heard you
denying for a long time jthat you Werenulliliers;
they have found you preaching their doctrines j
and voting tlib yoteff and doing their wtil arid
pleasure in alj things and : unless they -'are
much: more'. $tnpid than ever we deemed; ! our
-rc Adelaide riri-
w vua7 sne nas opened ' '
In.the hoase neriyoccuDted bv Llfesmii frbl
nd Gatofew doaw Eastofthe Coari
7 vShwmieep constantly pa hand, a variety
Handles, Cordials; Cakes. !
and all Mher articles twaally kept ia antablishl P
-3iiisbary March 9-$wS3
, -' ' t
. - n t,;.
THE . JLEXIGfUOS
Fifth Class for j Q 33,
ue drawn at IJaavUl V . T 4.
26th IarehJ-'.183iLJn2t.i im' iTrr t
ded btomedhim Wii: i T1- -
Wirrwr wsTFiza2(i f
30 PRIZES OP 91000
SO FRIZES OF 500
20 PHIZES OF 300
20 PRIZES OF 200
. ISO. PHIZES OF lOO
30 PRIZES. OF 60
30 PRIZES OF
60 PRIZES OF
150 PRIZES OF
490 PRIZES OF
' - 2ooo
sto rnizEs-Anoc.ruia to s.oqo
PLAN OP pJR A WItf G.
I Bacon pr lb 7 a 71 ;. Cotton or lh"nw a
Uonee prft 15 a 16; Flour pr bbl $4 a 4 7$;
Flax-seed pr bh 1 50al $0 Feathers pr lb S2a3k
country-men, I the juggle will be, seen intoi :The
stockeUhand 'will be detected aud theyiwtibnaV6
to throw up! ISomoteNbe. Ii' - glj;
::: .i 11 ' 1 i-v.i Elfi
? MR CALHOUN'S SPEECH. 1
1 W have read this prbduction with anyjthing
but pleasure.! uiiedoctrmes s tar as we can com
preheat i them; aim at intdrpola utinga neWsprin
0i pie uito oui fbrmof government, thathasever
before been thought o-fThe - prioclple wfcoh-currinmajorities-By
can pass nq la unless it be sanctioned by' Ja ma
jority if evry Statejin the Union. Inther
WordsUt jii ai: attempted!, ingraft loaUintion
u'pbn $t system I lVe jBonfess hoWever tijiftye is
veryrmuof4his iasoning that vecan a4 un
derstand. It fdayj bc-jtofdeep for or oorjlntel
lect i I wo have nearU many, compfaurbf the
sarae'4iffi1?idtkM 1 .- - '-:l-l:- - '
How is it with the fceptry of iheihluecoecade
and bnils button wjbo hajre so lauded, this tgrr
Auwwbrt Are. the v able to help us of
the mist. ?Welaressiy that it is With most' U'
them as it was vnth jtlie Scoth jglrl wh Iwas
praising extravagantly the learning and eloqii&nce
of a new parish! miaister. . Being asked lif fsbe
comprenenaeo pis sermon, ieuy reguea--iivun-prehind
them! 1 God furoidinal I jtimdd hie Vu
trtj to kimprcldna ne a horned
I W? I rATvifirncMQ ;
The British" Parliament was summoned to
meet bnl29 diuffl antt?ry I the, summons to; the
Scotoh hiemherl! states that business of impar
lance will probably ome be&re them, and au
early attendance U'reoested. "j, -hj
: nil j I Hrrt-r-.1";' ' i .". Ml'
JJ. m Bankf IStocki! is selling at London at
fioov St to 2-1 lO-eual to $106 SU a! 103--8r.
We believe the! Mercantile world act upun
better ia forma tkA than. Politicians:! Had ill not
been soufj Bajnk Stock J". must havej been: jcon
sidrabl j Sctovjkrl If that i insUtuiUon had; not
been based upon; a rock; jt. most have, yielded to
dreadful assaults made! upon it. All thi4 has
these districts to ordpr sn-l hold ' a opw cletm
asifthM vacancy had occorn?d f immt tfi jr pf thrse
causes specifiH by taw. Bar it will avl noth
ing. The sam gentleman Will b4 e4jied; as
ofin as a new election nov be rdeml ?nd,
the same difficulty will rocur Vi long as itmiy'
please, the Givern(r to 'deprive;: si) iTJnfori
districts of their Sheriffs, by TPtuvri,jtft g-rjnt !
thettcommrssions exprnpte.j ; from , the absurdi
ties f the test oath.' This affair of tHeifihHffs
may serve a good pnrpose in the way of lljaMra
tinjr the grandeur of State 9overe'OThtyVf! The
in a local matters eqeally: aoverei. and hesr !B?lf ,l"engW i Wiaywine wu. u
pretty mmb the r-'--- to th rftateUt Vwn absent about two years and a halt,
larjre, as do the pebnte of the Sate ;! nffd hy i St arn home. ;
their Governor, to thn rest of the pei'Prfdf: tej 'If : ! ! JT- if :
whole nation. And yet howj essy for the Gov" i According to a report of a i select Cora
emor. aided by the couns Is vf fh Atteff Gen- mitb)f the House of Lords, recently pub
eral toobstruct trKroprexercrseoftheirf'Sov- ua in: vnf,unA ky niirn vf
the fBntish West rhdiall possession! includ
j inhe ceded colonies is about 4l 3 1,000,
000. ) r ;
1 It is stated in the Condon Court Journal
thnt Joseph Bonaparte' who has tnsd the
g)iering round o(netrbpoiitan,hfefora few
pliths past, is about to return to his ma
ni5cent estate in the neighborhood of Phila
delphia r ' . - jj "
leBoston Atlas saVs, the Delaware 74,
)sftling,jout for the Mediterranean She
taSte ! commanded ! jby Com Patterson.
irameatateiy on ner amvai in ine uieuuer-
' . r '. t M i il I L
ereign Rights! Cownrr,
Here is the letter of Mr. WinTate; f X ( :
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- i DARLixOTbir, Feb 1 8UI $33.!
7b iS Secretary 'fftate of SwuV Carolina.
Sir: I have declined to accept the i fiice of. Sher
iff of Darlington, to which 1 have been elected by
the Citizens of that District j After dnly consid
ering the matter,. I . have come to': the settled
conviction that the Ordinance of Nnll'filationi is
avipla'ttoti'.of the .Cpnstiition of thiljnitfd
States ; and as, by the Constitution! I of j tlsU
Sute.I am required, upon re -en termg on the du
ties! of oflice' to sw'eaf to rwpport an ; jrli&r &4
Constitution bf the United States,, J; cannot
ttcear to snpport the Ordinance of Nullification.
I must . therefore refuse1 to take . my com
mission as Sheriff ot that District. " ' ,
. ; I aan. with great respect, 4 - I
- Your obedient servant. ' . 1 l
WM. WIXGATE. I
' Mr. IKevj$peechs-Tbe National Gaz
etteedited .by " Mr. Walsh ays: Ir.
JARM STRONG i happy to inform his
Crieqds.-sad patrons thatie has recovered from
bis! disposition, and thkt he will resume the
duidf:ofbis SCHOOL on Monday next
, JlforcMlS. ! ! i 11 -. - - ! i '
BaOT:AZT2 r!30H STOIIE
lir. I mmmm1 wmrm . V - . - .f. . "...
u u - 1 - j mi1 r iu i -lUtiUa leave to mtorm nis menas anntne pao
Rives has overmatched 51r Calhoun' Of iThK-i. .k-.i.-i..- u-Xv.kLt.
the.two speeches, that of the Virgiqia Senator
is greatly the superior. The latter is a; work
manship of a regular and firm textaro of
lasting utility; the other a voluminous tangle
of flimsv skins.' 1 " 2 C
The 7ej UK, !ery.-f-The trill of the
Rev. E. K. Avery, chargext w ith murder of
Sarah M. Cornell, will not take place at the
present terra of the Suprem Court IJir the
county 'oNcwportr- It r;ill be called tip
at an adjourned session, should the grand
jury rind a true bill, of which by the - iyay
there can scarcely, be a doubt. ; We ard in
formed, by one of the . intimate personal
iriends of Mr. Avery, that the man and .the
boy, whom Avery . says he saw oris Rhode
Island bridge, on the evening of thf irmrder
will be produced at the trial. If this ehould
meat of Thomas Mall Jr. oa main street, ! below
the Store of Messrs; Huie k Cade, opposite to
themce of the;, YadMa flc Catawba JpuraaJ,1
where he will keep on hand a general assortment
of Tcry article usual in this line of i bosi-
nsssiMV:- l j . i ! . 2l- . . - i
: j plating ;ar the I same 1 ipbee, , a
he is: prtpared to ' execute orders, for wsrkj with
prcHnprnessaad in the Rkkt lashioaabfe style,
fie etnroys none: bat !firsf rate worknien who
ae Mdal-aad attentive, with which and a con
etaatassideny tobosiness hioiself, he hopes to
riierhf coatinaanee of thai Jatrooagef soiberally
bestowed oa him,sincehe has been in bnsioest ui
Salisbury. 1 r Jj Ar. f
t ji Rips mended graosi ' . i
h KiiMarcb 1st,
ornprousn oo i.a ou ;troa pr lb 41 a 5 ; Mo
lasses p al 32 a 35; Naila cut 61 a 61 V Salt
pr bosh 70 a 75 ; Sugar, pr lb 91 a 10 ; Tobace;
leaf 2 a 3; Vheat pr bush 85 a 90; Whiskey pr
gal. 32 a 33 'I" I !.!.. - s -
Camden Commercial Record.
V-4 J !
Revised and Corrected Weekly. -
9 50 ;
. 87 I
Cotton . : : : : :
Corn, per bushel, : :
Wheat; : : : : :
Flour; Camden Mills, bb
" COuntry, : :
liacon, per w. . : : ; i .
VV hiskey, per gal. . : J
Brandyji Apple, per gal. j
rVach : :
6 50 p
4 50 o
. 35 a
INFORMS the LADIES and GENTLE4
MEN of! Salisbury f lis intenUon -tot
remain for a lew days it the Mansion Hotel.
where he will be happv to wait upon those!
who will favor him with a call; fully!
pledging himself to give entire satisfaction!
to those who! will submit themselves to air
careful operations. f 1
Natural or Artificial I teth inserted, sin
gle or in sets, on Gold j plates so natural as
to escape detection, IndS p. ftbctly useful
for mastication Ever other ope ration .on
the teeth, performed withf Scientific Ski IL,
and the least possible pam.
Letters from th&med)da faculty upon the
subject of ; his professional abilities, are open
to the inspection of the pit blic Dr. W.
solicits an early call, as his! stay cannot "be
long. " ' H ''"! 1 -P.-Ch
rlatie, March Vie gird 1S33 tf.-
At the brae and place rawinV tho wliolef-f
number ot tickets having been previously counted:
mtooneyl)eel and the prizes into aether by thai
Comafussioaers, they are drawnlaltemately, first a!
number and then a prixe, uatil all the prizes are?
out, so that all1 the dra wn numbers are brizes. and
all the undrawn numbers1 blanks -Pr!zeS paJ
ble in 40 day$ after the drawing.1 1 7 !
Tickets, Shares aad Packages to be had lo
the greatest variety at 1- -PALMER
& JONES' J j
, Office, Danville VaJ i
Alarch Ist,-.1S33 . $$; , , .
'' tC3 Tickets for sale at the Office V the
Watchmaa. U. S. Va. or N. C inonev will h
mama !maJ j .
TlrX T A ATn A - mtw
EXTRA CLA8S NO. 1 f FOR 1 833.
lb 6 A7r7tr Winchesters
Virginia, on tllontlay
APRIL 15th, -1833. '
IS hertry given to the legatees of Joha Kern,
dec'd. wlio live out of the State of North
Carolina,: to witrj Wiley Hullson, William Butner
and Eher his wife, John Barclay, aad Jael his
wife. John Hudson in right gf his wife that the
amount coming to them is ncwjn my hands ready
to be paid when legally demanded, and, that 1
will not be bound for interest thereon. i
PETER KERN, Execa tor t
ll of.J. Kern dee'd.
Salisbury, March 22d, l?33-35 3i.
Foa publishino in YoaxviLtr, S. Casoliwa,
A weekly NewspaperEntitled the
Its Columns shall be devoted to Agriculture,
Literature, Politics, Foreign Ss Domestic News,
Poetry, &c &c. ; : I-- '
The political cliaracterof the YORKVIlLE
PATRIOT, shall be the .old aad true Republi
can of 8, and as such, conducive to the peace,
prosperity, happiness, and Usids of these Sutes.
An appeal is now made to the lovers of order
and good government throughout the State, and
especially, the pairiotiefreoaenbf Pinckney Con
gressional District, for prompt and efficient aid,
in the prosecution of this undertaking. To in
sure success, nothing is wanting, out ".a ting
pull, a strong pull, and a pM altogether." .
It is alnady desired, ihat the publication of
the paper shall commence on the 14 th day of
3arch jtext, provided a , respectable subscripUoo
list is retarned previous to that time. Be prompt,
be decisive, or thday may &e lost, and with it
our liberties.1 i i J-'-J . .
TERMS -fc The PATRIOT will he printed
with neatType.on an Imperial Sheet, at 0 per
annum, payable half yearly fin advance. This
advance payment U ixulispenlible, without It, the
undertaking dies. 1 j .
fey Gentlemen holdiagi subsajion-bstj,
are requested to transmit lits of subsciibers, as
also such moneys as may be collected, to G Y.
Williams, Esq. Yorkville S. C. as early as
practicable. -1 "-: . !'l
The andersigoed. Central Uomniittee, of the
Union Party for York District, do respectfully
and particalarly roawhea4rther' above un
dertaking to the consideration! of IheUaipo Com
mittees of the respective Districts of this Statoj
asivorthylcf Patronage. 1 :, i j I - i
LY'.M H7ATT ! I-
C;:V yfiUMMM . ; I
! . JoRX Bxiia,
t Ei NjGiTHWu' ;1,
I " Wm. IVsjcht, '
prize of $15,000
1 prize of
1 prize of
1 prize of
2 prizes of
18 prizes of
; 20 prizes of
20 prizes of
! 50 prizes of
1 60 prizes of
2,000 1 50 prizes of
1,000.200 prizes of
, u 280 prizes of
JPricc oKTickcts 04; Halves
OS Quarters 1.
! Tickets Shares and Packages to be- had
tn the greatest variety of Numbers at -j
PALMER St J0NESV
j Office, Danville, V. '
I Feb'y. 23, 1333 31 tdd. "
A few tickets in the above lottenr.-
S jmm m . w
may be hau at the orhce of the Watchman,
in tew days from now.! 4
fivei to the .Office f the Cantout ITotchmaiY
11 ' J A HI E85HJ Ii L . ' -
nnAKES this methfjdof inJoimirtg hidfriendj
!JL and the public irenerallv. that ho has ihufl
flied a House of Public; ,
iii Mam Street, South East side of the Court
House in the town of Salisbury: where he, res
ectfully solicits a share of public patronage.
r He assures them that every possible exertion.
Shall be used to render comfortable and agreeable
the situation of every individual who may favor
him with their company, j .' ' ' f
! lie also coofidently announces, thai his boose
shall be so conducted' as tojgratify the adnurers
of order,' decency and good ootid act. . 7'-
! His TABLE shall be exceeded by none it
will be burnished with plenty cf the best thit
the country affords. His BAIt shall be coostant
ly supplied with a variety of refreshing boveraget
soitabie for the pallato of the weary traveller.
Hi STABLE U alwap abundantly supplied
widi sound Corn, Fodder, ke. together with attcn
tlri and faithful Ostlers, which, he hopes, willin
duos his friends to call ua him again, and tttaa
g0rs to give huu a trial.
I Feb S3-31 tf
ILL be npeued and held at the Court
House it Salisbury, on Monday the 8th
day) of April next (beiog Easter Monday) to
elect seven suitable persons to serve as lYardeagj
of thePuur ia Rowan Coonty, for the next three
urktcapa in, ihMl TmeiS wrwuuwwt m fetwp:
ii 5so,Brydon Travels sad Cooper VSpyr
aju Uie Pilo, are nusing frotx tay Library, aad
have been for two or three years. I sm very F
tfliiooa to recover these Books; the first ia pa?-
ttcular.and wUl tloaX any
where they are. ; 4
one. to ixuorm vsss)
kTtaraiit for safe ct thte;
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