' ... ' . , ... i ?3 - ' .
-t 'S ; : 1 1 I -
4:1 r fMrU
Sli'to drive theFreneh
if?SV5 11? tSfey of the ahov mention;
fmi Wv'-M'm!1' e restrain
KMhilWiT iiL? f tWlrfltened. d?ppusoi,
ffiffl! W?, powers
jSilHIf, i AHsciplmeJ ! resistance
Plfirt!Uii ..lable ,y the
fal fji t i ft fcrcef truth, of suti-
''SIl&Dtyiaust5 .the; end, be wio-
Iff &ha Jfilt, f June. !The mer-
WWM iisakl; tc have re-appeartT at he
W!jSdheira li remarked by riot less
ilLi lArltabfeindiifidaalg, irsHUpff,iir'
iMlofli fcn we telM? viv Ihe, lOtii inst.
S fcPf.nM jawed. Mh Secretary.
iT ikl i&jH recoTerad fjrum A a mawpositioa
pilfilftter irom ge?ifV say.
:AIiiMt1ihJf of the garrison h
:'JL2it 1' ii'ktid tlift- Tiliv-iio.iana think it far
1 than tho cholera.t,7 It jjs a for.
la-ii!?' cm-orf stance,
klMhfr cholera,: or
tSJ v e f re auuiunsea 10 announce UipHAKD
u . 4 lcxasoer, a tandidatd to reprcocnr
thtf Btiroogh j a SaKabom in 4he nextlGendtal
" o are atjthorized : to annoance k( D- Mo-
rfaitBarrriBf er as a candidal toi ittorefit Ca-
banns coontr . 10 the Commons of the next Gen'
1 upstarf iiirelinscr
Morning Chroiicle, Tinu'bas been', emitttns fus;
tlah tirades from Paris ever since. Vadit of the
lateJieroIotionin. FrancPp and who it frst at
tfacicd some little attention from the i authorita
tire manner fa, which be assnmed to treat of
w. j i.i .a1:! ( i i Li ... '
r rencn anaira. uas in a Jaw leiier aauresseti to
Sir Robert PjkVwith a li'W conceited air of mock
pxension; nldrtaken to declaim qn the Riliti
cal&tl&ft has the
gross effrontfrjr to clai the Goferrimefits . of
Francel GiipirRritAin n' U TTm
gether, as sjiflfonnjr under similar
a.I'U: a London j Editor,
4 atlasl itvi
is not essKtmUu-i. taral disor-
latlasl itvo-ffiinls i-f
his time; havi been carried off
jf th la$i ftiWlay? with the prevail
cJlrbe J'tmceei Autruata las also
?jWwntUmR iawnplaiht bui is likewise
WtilcsftfttijThe -King heaUh continues re-
j tiittis htlfi!wi likely to ;,liave taken
i bfiwi jlthrdp and MrM rAttwood
ijseAf;rf h Aser)ratHin's inade by Lird
4.t&i3ib'(to-fth cutrency questtoti, and
fbiifr!Altib:;ccnved to he personal.
Oi IVIaSlly. M lt.Uws, M. P. waived
Hlii?"""3tt'.ui' . Mr. Attfood to
Mwdiii tipUnatKn,;i4iut we are happy to
!t&fe8i"'niJMri: C. AVoixt, .the
rtiiaMuttndp.8MUea to the
! i I .i . .
pressioos, ad (irtonnes. that Revolution is
uC iiV xemay ior inese oppressions, and that
Resolution fa inevitable. Tiiesffletter havo
beeji seized o by the Nuliifiers, and pubjished
mjthe United Scares Telegraph and; the. CHarles-
wu lercnryf We protest with all our ' heart a
gainst the pronnIation of British jopinipnr and
al foreign dictation in the kflirs oli our! rjat on.
and we" espeally do object Ito the ravings' pf this
pqny writer Ieinfjci.ted a? authority here! ,We
protest bejsaie there is a grss lack: of i inlorma
tion amongsthe British politicians, as to" the
nature and operations of our Govemmerit-Uherc
is -scarce a foreign Kditorial sentence debate
in Parliament; hut what, betrays' sooae grtiesly, ri
dicubiis blandei. about American dffairk , Wo
protest also. becansft the real interest and !vell
fare ol this country, is the last thinff! they; care a-
bout, - The nation in the awrerateJ hate ns.
bjr hepeoplq of H.lJoi WtlJ
b repealed Withoqt breaking on oar whole foniH
datlor Except a soiaU roice in? S
(ti Tories tnj Radicals) iris strong as I
' :tThe fallowiu-r exUte tit , orIlhodomantade
we ktirwofno complaint against' any of the
laws of the United States, ai the? notr standi
and eren tho eiamor against thtft i.Coersion ILaw
butwrhat it inigh have Jdooe! if ItiroKullicrsI
nau .uirt vauBjH. proper io vtaaet xpiitziy. . j r v
;But the mast grots and imvraijen t part f this
strange medbiy is that the condition ,VUh
country shnqid be classed with that 'of France
auu xnguna. io attempt even sncn a compare
isoh is either the result of impositioti'br f ignbir-
jcc. uoi we musi co someoiing. eiw miajj
follow op these 'miserable tricksters and disirgafli
izers swe cboimend them to tlwf exemtionjisf
all who love the Coqittry.of. WakhfngfotHl and'
hate the principles of the. Frencnjlevolutidn
Thai Duff Green is an vrant Jaccbin---we
think is palpable troni his late attempts, to em
broil the country on the Slavery question, ifh1
histO P. (J. f is oneV re think ismanUest
from all his wntings. ; ,. ; 1' l
1 ' ;i t : j - '.
Nullification j liko the Idol of the Hindoos is
destroying its own f otaries. In South Carolina it
is making haroc kmongnt its followers and in
our own State, fo decided is its condemnatiuti
that withone HoifORABLE ' EXcrpTiojr, its
former , adherents are turning . their ibkis
opon it ; ihi ehek 7uwf1 not crowed:, -fapyrt
tney had denied JJU thrice. Some ave
ther the magnanimity to own theiri prefer
by.the. Editor of ther Crgii Journal, shows that
weff.iSAff jsjrcnj use ; the expression
of a Mmerwheta thU ' s-k ccimen fame froinw
IIi Th6 saw had.rcfee and grmetobpd, -f
tml att&oc a taaq may bravade at his ncrsonai
xpense;ouier cannot, well pasj. that &jrt of
joke without the; risk bf being : misomlerstoodv
ence for the heresy nor the boldness ;; to fde
ny. it." These! arendekvoring j to ;ue
foge in the mists of explanations -and .abtis--
they pretend that f uilificaiiun docfl not anwunt
to a forcible resistance to aj law, of
that it is not Treason as ' Gen. Jackson
! I ' (1 if
was ; but like "Spermaceti" it is the fsovereigu-
est thing on earth! tot in insfard bruise."
ore tend not to explain to us bow Its wholesome
operations are to work a cure, but like the ven
ders of quack remedies, they assure; us m
rious hints and wise solemnity of phiz, lhat .it i
the real No. 6, in Politics, "and that to
. ma ... t - : t .: I
cAca j that it is very sweet affdl contagious in
meat triiVrespcctta-tjid farioecjs !tf
MTfuai luij-r iT.-iucn, Waica hxre been proposed
inaeicntesctioi uf the xrntry, land nerhai)S
producft cmty of acu.n t& support of sochystfeS
of oguitwns as may behest calculated ta advance
theral.-g6od.U;i1! -.. y
"t To thecal the undersned hw leave re
spectfullv tu invite jhiUIc ittcnti. !to the Isub
P'?Pf a ton ventK 1 he)d in
this Ciir ; at the period above mentioned, to be
comp ei;uf such delogatls at may e appoThted
ht tbeparpotse by Ui .several whiles aj!dtowns
tnthistate.v - ' L -1 i
Henry Si well .
r " .-
v . o. iinoon
raider iuma i i UJUewy K j j .
Wm: H. Haywood, Jr.; William Gaston ! I
Bev Daniel . ;:i Ge-jrge E. fiadtrer. I
William M'Pheeten 'I Diaiei L. fiarrtnrer :
ThomasG.Scott lEP.GuiV T T
1 homas J; liemay' lylm.-Beck'ith i --
Lfni P. Devfrenx f I
Romol al I .iaun!W
JameVrrerii i I
I Henderson. -:
: Alfredf Jones
Alex:' J. Lawrence
faith." j tYe" feel' an almost irrepressible im
puise m-rouse tne aigat owl with i a -catch,1
but we 'must go to bed for fear'cf wak!ar the lit-
If j From we Georgia Jwrnql. -"
I FU)iToaAi. CiUir, June Jo, 1933.
We must rest a while'; we must pause
haul pfffsuspe'nd-etirc, for a brief space
We could m$ reasons without humber.bdt
WUW " rTf 5lx raoniM Thchilos Hunter "Charles LJHinion
iwviwviuucui, wvuui rusucaie r Alter j Uliarles 31 anly HNatlnG Rand
a eii months vigil, shall wc not renovate ? I Thomas Cobhs ? ItJhson RJWwi
The' mercury 'ran&e -sometime above 90- v Raleigh, June 12, Js33i- - I
shall wie inot" rpfrigerate, shall We not &o .itorshroughot 'e Sute are muesV
fnrth into thft rnnntru unA rnrA AAn i M y msert tfte SUWVe DbtlCe as earlr aa nnntki.
up i ; ictusyusf at. wuuia DUI. jglVC I -' i - v - ! ; ; ' j
logU5aland mantfesLftAny Governor, bit of deputed1 byJuj Randolph tolwnS
a iwwcwrj i uepanmeni, or even nun 1 grapny is.contraaictod, ion the host authority
Wf PF M'PIn a President, can ;.':; &zy& '4pyy
taxe nis naunt ot oiKprvntmn nr ; niPisura i i
wntA his bkv
stanas n the place qt all reasons: We are Randolph. VV since jeam'from the AUr:
toqeh disposed , to befriend these United Gazette that the editor of the Whi has refii!
Slates , but they must even get. oh as they to go, and that a rule for-an attachment against
o!ihenew IMinisirflof 'fiifflanimust be : I I irirginian.
1 ; - t '
u. ou lor tbprc8cnrrt least e will not GUryeofe out Of, ' ConcI WaVA4t
LiOm oij line 1 reasuiy. Ine Wnius and Eaton. lau Secretarv at War.
i r r t - m p n vvvii a
LtDJkiUor :uutiT tT ill A A rfnirftllir f I ;mrr
iAlsfe M had aat' in the-. Admiralty
fc$rti i? 3opof the Apr) term! and
MrM j mstJtTaJ. ;iwsal th and j spirits. He
SwBplarte4ij preVtbisf .f illness, j H e ut
'''in ffh't part of the lae war,
K3 laojtey. in which ; capa-ity, and
eftfsciinjr epotfi. ,&jup Admiralty Uourt,
t$U ;2 .10: :nKiriy j all the ptiw causes
ifiptiift,0tpftunei? y - i ;,'- i .
lW wM& me I Iffh AdmiraUf Ensrtand.
.i..nieg?tof:'Aprfl.i7.i -H - -
tne uri pi Lanaivcntd led on the 2
the bestj : friends of
themselves .our, en
pjsfurrbj Gatte bi4 thft 13th of April,
miitan insurrection of tho;P(hs hadLtalfn
ujprco' wiho had cut to pieces some
riW6ts; of, Rassian',. troops. ! Considerafde
Kssf Perp reprwented tci be organized
Map thd'R&ssian Guvernment is
H feiatriadmrsdj to severe measures to
f Sv1Hii; f-re vblt tliat hksWn'maiit-.
ifRuisiffi hai issued mamfep
b14:pfjhirtgs rn Poland, and
They have .s.cblTed: and ridiculed; and hav6 Ja
LJ-.i.: .1.-1.111. i . .! i J',
uuicm aMiuuqusiy iromxno rnme iunisier own
to tbe B-Uingfigate Pamphleteer; from the Pfince
of Waterioo Jo the Princo of Ruta Baa Vfrom
Wellington p obbeft to junderrate our icoun
tfXUs manrsjani its laws. We, hatg. lever
obserred th jthat Faction which threatened
most seriousry the safety of dur Government. was
hailed in Great Britain, as
hberty. Theylhare shown
fortofartinty and no' true Jteart
ed friend to s country should ask I or rreceivc
counsel froW there. V '
. Jf.specially do we object tq the ebullitions of
vr. i uemg reiieq cn icr.any 'Pur
pose. By tbejbye? we have-strongly doubted
whether tln ivas not manofactured by heEdit
nr of the Telegraph be hat however, , as it
may, tho recjkess, harum . sea rum manner in
which the wfrite jTor the Morning Chronicle; has
made sertjonshU aifecteid intimacy Wiethe
great men ofpreBch nationand the painful
Horn he has
at first took from' this
IfimdiJ&t, " .l ' m someotinefsagostuil, v
?Wl?a the;ipartof the Rhisian .k. , , L.I. s?.' ,
frawiifv'j'k: r'fin1 ' ; ' Charlesloa;Akr.ttry. 1
made, to say something for effect
writer the confidence of
The glarinjr manner in t which1 all
hispredictinswere falsified brought hW;into
am tern ot and Wdieule. XV A
arrogance-ihii ignorance afad jtetit tnaltrc de
Port merit m nrmt-Ltbnt ha ia
Bond Streej cockney, turned f Politician to ..ape
kigU ltfe, with an uicomo of Os. Cd. for evert so
lid colamnefttash He certainly is notU'iro-
perautiioriy to De quoted by arty one thtt re-
pecw uwnseu pr ;joves . nis country.. Here is
some otthefsage stuff, which is repeated in the
-The movements which are now mafc!nr ar
social movements. Which will tteruiiuate in the
overthrow ijf the present slate o( human society,
UJIH' aodiRiian trailing to
y$m Piernal solicitude iiuSr w4.
y --ujso uj recuu mem witn- anu iuoveneni$, wrncii you tourself are eiicour-
liWr. . i ' ' U ii'f v -. party;::!" ' M0il I'- - ' '
Hi Wtpied. bonble Wctl pf 1Ijgrioil traje; that.ibe disease isthe iSstur-
QH5Jfee4t(VTtl. tancth rio the murder, or, the. refusing to
nf"iKk;ftoiiili l-nihif t:KA Mm al Py ties or tithes. These tire mere symptoms
PIIinMf J1' of thtelayy.aWdioit the dikrder itself.? The
KMHm -: Wn PA6 peoFl!4e immense concessions tne lull
fof4ffH enjoyientpf immense advantages, thedestrpo-
I-! tfi JfUirtSU AthchivilCorinth- ! and r tinn nf mnnntsiina hf nnnroccLno kn.v.r.
i save us. These, like1 the quacksjof the
other profession, are tailing before the; sythe , pf L
ridicule and withered by the hot blasts
scorn. Since the opon avowal
in North Carolina,; there has been no opportuhi
ty for the People to manifest their detestation of
: - .-' ' I. '5 t M ' i.
its nature . and coti tempt tor its followers,uas pa
election lias taken place where it in ahy' way en
tered into thequestion ; but: the confusion and
scampering aiready'apparent in its ranksi show!
that their hones have vanished like ! a dream J
They are in tlie fix of the Indian and his Poney,
it was too light tot carry hini and too heavy to
hecairied by iiirn."; i ; f !" Hi
I cries, the reformers and conservatives of flident in olace of C. FL'Mdmer. Th twii
England ; and O'Cohnell the agitator and for E- (including 4016 votes of the United States
'hb co-agiutors of Ireland, and the White- and CorPoratio11 o Washington) 5054; for M.
fT-ji T.V..',.- T Jt 1.1".' 1
J4 -ftp?f ttiiuauio uu khuws who, rTT Tk- !,-k:. v L
: s ' . " . t 7 . a rrwi-rriT w a ma iiuu a ibiiiiiif l'imt ma Mr
S'J9! JmW01? W fbrf a season, en, (Mass,) fifteen ysars ao ha! no existence.
iFlMs.onlyto see how they will manage mat- Uis.novtthe seatof a large pooulatien and ex-
ters 11 We: leave our homage to the Dutch- tensive factories, ft has twelve thnmnnd in.
CSS ae luem ana tne: dear litt e exnerteri naouams, tourieen cnurcnes. nve or six hate s.
oC'myif fedge!oi -heir'arduotis; f patriotism we 'are and xf?y factories.--Fallf.;andj rapids are ;en-
of this rabsurdity pcnentrated with the brofoundest soiic tuije K V V I Vi "w.,BrP ,uiea w"n P
?. V? rli kiij U i... i Pie. allisbasle ani anination.
j iui.uci uicaciii iuusm initialing ssiiuawon, I i ? i i
RAIiEIGlI BURNT AGAI.V.
The Raleigh Register contains an accoitnt of
another fire io that unfortunate City. t vm :
mencedat Case's old Corner, on r ayetteyille
Street, occnoied bv T. Cubh as a Carriage Shop,
and s ept every thihg heflre it to the dwelling
of John Stuart, hen it was arrested, which -is
the third time that the progress, of that Destroy-;
present most! interesting
df ; Z : " . a 5 Mr f3 The Protestant Episcopal Pulpit for -Vay, is
wejl as could be expected. Wo say to just published, and U frlsale by John Moore; 94
Louis Philippe that as his paternity, in the Br jadway, New-Yorlc; This number tribes a
T r 31 : 'a LTS
Jamais l tZ "1! 1" . l
L7r T U : Wool: clean
4 u sou; -Aalfljw ftr'lk ft " . ni :
gal 51 nlTJiMala kt-f
EW (fi i Whij
f? f tttooi 10 a I I nZT
12. I-Candlti8, iSlJ;: Ch W
kki .5 f - 7" iinxn v.
y I-i U Xime (Caskf?. ;Swcc V
sacksofl bush.) fiTsfa 'Stfr &
!5 a in Blister Rifc S1 2?
SIv! i,.Kantered 8 lOf tL
! Whatbush.; :.rf r
Hax-sfl prJbU l . I Feathers w is i
f Revised landXrre Weel;Iv.
Cotton 1 : ; : : .
Corn, pet bushel, : :
wneal: : : : : :
Rour, Camden Mdls, bbl
Bacon iper lb.
Wbislopy,pergaL : :
Apple, per gal.;
j" Ptach, : : ::
t ! (m
$ !' a
i 35 - a
i 35 a
! 40 a
QF fteady habits, and indusirious disposi
tion, wll meet with immediate employ
ment,:and a permament situation, in ono
ofthgmost healthy and pleased Villages of
Soutb Carolina.. One accustoujpd to Book
Pamphjet. and News Paper work, would bo
preferfep Liberal wages wiii-beUlJo wed and
rearment made.Appiy at4he office.
v Mic urKviiie rainot.
- -tL: -1 :
f& and VtTXJijnjfc
usuai ?ense oi uie term, is ai present some- oerraoii oy me nev. v. y. uairns, re
what doubtful, he must be careful to Drove bt- James Church, WUaungtbnJ i. C.
hinlselfthe son of Franco in principle. Talk-'lauibefure teIbc,., i.;
, i i in ! ..
TSrecfi'io? fru:n Neiv Y.Sk ajid I'hila.j
IOC Oil H ,4afcii lartTA anii Bffan:ivaUAj,4,n-nt :
ipg of France emind us of Belgium. The
fresh and fashhmahle
? S ' - , I xur. iioore, laiewuinisierot in united states
young Queen woar. especial favorite ; she is pn,lhi-m nf n.dnn.hi .ivi u.hf"
-rC.-K;. . i 1 1 i " r ' mr vw vj i occteA wmi lua. earn n;i iXiilTut ai
vi miifr m iiiiimii. mill iva urn wiiiinrr i j : l i:r.- t . i s. -i: . - . , 3
. T; W r IT ? on ?,auiro ev,?lf,?..??,nayjw nis residence I est cash! prices, all of which he is i dtrmined v 4
in this (pity I ejected with wrcat caro and butiqrht at the low
on neraccounironeia ner nusoanq on witn in Kentucky, iiistrwnds will be well pleased sell at a verv smll nr,kfitfr,r c.QxU -
ooie sage anu suunu jauvice. ir;xie, ana ieam tuar uo na reiurnea irom nis trying u pnrfclual dealrs Hw stock consists of everv
w & ' i wr n v. m r . ikvnnv . Av. i i i i rmt u ai 111 ir iiw i m 11 a. .... .ii ........ . . . i .
. . i . . . i f . . i .r i.
aispute sdoui miernai water naviirauon, lei
Him lust' take to making ra;l roads for the
fVoi: rtei. J country, viz:
variety; usually found in Stores iti this section of
erhas been stopped at this house ; Mr.
mentions that thisl has been ewinff;jn alffreat
degree, to the sell possession and energy olf Airs
Stuart. The ; origin of the Fire is not certainly
known. iOue man has been taken up do sospt4
cion, but no discoveries had been made at the
date of the Rigister. The loosers by thisiFiieJ
are Thomas Cobb,;aliout 4000 dollars.' Turner
and Hughes, between 4 &60C0 dollars. B. SI'
King between 2 & 3000 dollars. . J. Q. Alarsballi
about 300 dollars, f Others lost small amounts j
not specified, viz : Haywood & WUuims!DkR.i;
Havwood,B. Dupuy. W White, S Co .ipolkj
Tii rtno4 f r.mn,;;.Ji.. J. j .i r t.
" ' i ' ' i 1 ' ft f i 1 vuuu u. wuuiiinsiiAicis UUUCI CUTS r X CUG11
ir i- ' tu ' i i . t . ,,4W4W Treaty of Inderarrty met inth city yesterday.
" T .. ; st"' uvg UF"U tne newiy appointea Uomiuissjorier, Gen. bauh-
Uonstantmopie. iow awora mine ear oi oers. being m attendance, in place of Mr. Wil
the Porte. uou't let rum mtui we return iiams, jesignea. jio. ;
and then we'll see what is to be done." and r
; JMtw-ioair. JoneS.
kti- The Hon. Edward Ltvinfifston, recentlv lap-
QJfNic;of'thenurserybut Nic Junior of St. clouJ arnved h J. from WjUh,
Riissia) never Dermit him to act the turn- nrrt.m H nwftita -tlio arrival r.P lU Ttnl I
key in locking the Egyptian out; fof he will waie, 74 to convey him to' his destined court.
thiis Jock himself in, ana then will be apt to j lb.
1 rArriniri thrri as lonff nt tiA nmasftS.' We rail I 000-
H Ji R D W. lREySZTTs-
p. mm irm
i fit ' m. cl T W TT -wr '
C! iTa. 5 Jurri la.; a. v
mr it, :TT 'I if .
aironr neighbors all tobcar witness to the S?45 ITV
tactthatl rwe leave y South American r" n" ?r,s,Dua 01 theloof hisn
. . ..a? i, , x like all men who ha ve succeeded in accomplish- to buvJ ITie usual
states at reace witte ttone another, but : Mt a iauJtiuA..V. euu
rrrpnt HftSirrnft. LSretn3irL-ablv
shall nt be at all surprised it they get by his orders executed rabidly, no matter about what. SaUaburv. Mav. 1933
: -iu . t i. : i ic ; s :. . . i i - - rf - -
iqe ears as suuu as UUI vacK.w iurut?u. n An amusing insiajHwoi lais acuvny occur rea a i ." , , . , .
theV doti-- -we sayluithing -They'll fews years Haying 1bshrved one of the f ! l W O T I CJ E
We perceive that a reward of one thousa nu dol
lars is offered for the anDrehension of James S.
Park the defaulter to the State Bankof Grffia-'
HH madea pretty comprehensive grni, IhiVinV
Pocketed the centeel snraofStVENTY-Two thou
sand Dollars. It is; believed hti Iia iwnri'.t-?lflii rti . nt hi hnrtta tn the Swedish
vauria, where he will doubti, u.oke ml jgits re:: ,but ! as' a sigrllthat we shalf cer-
DCT THB-EE1L PANlStf. B WlSil Htm te ' T A, tZlLl -II t,l
ffjod luck of a -halter! 5 Si l 1? IC WV ""3?? U .f
mam as neretoiore. .bet me Ajonstitution
stand- what is left of t; Let the jaws be
fRf!molterilljswpt away, bitrarj laws and cruel decrees, the detnam is
k-ttSJ1.JlS C!1 destf construe- nerfP theakwer to it must bo general
imaihavejbetter sliclterthan I
nil nni- . i - - h . . . -si i : i . . - . - l ., . a . - w : ? & -. i s -
Mtree. ;fcwv if anjr.! fof observed that these- expreesiuna are
P?lfetosttpjtttheir(b!lowersM. country, toother
sSif'f? F deadtt oi Cipd -1 d'Istrias,' witU.fta?eid GreuBntaind this ow
iP:W;Uaa aTpay, Jbecause the tbrowijof-pocielvnis to take1 nlace m ArtrW
liad ribreTcmteU Pillare. l as iireli' "in- iti'ZTniLt-tZ rm."
only resource. They Mf ta of oppressions1 and" heaps of arbU
or seen' some "of
we thinks we ought
rse dreadful doings
weitT't t ie news tfom
i little they pos- trary jawd crull 4ecrees are around usand
mac we nan not
: 'r, tba. peasant il
5 - a - t ti, i - . TT- "
Rfauon oi ther irrduhd has m ; tiI.;. b.
IU 11I.U Z A B fl W ft I F V V
ffatlyi nourish N n! 'l'C pT
impoverished land . exhausted
We fonder s that the
N to thifcfthat the counts U ,t twolti&tritr Nuillfo should
oy 4d trpaptis soldie-1 dmityiii troduti heir papers,
t 'fcuTB V -" ""fRisunw pcasan- inn ine oojeci oi a umncaiion is to Oreit npf the
PokilOhW'It -rlii wmS VmorzanUhdi UiolIMhkTeutmiine
ft tbeJ'ast Ma.u I iWJiOil wonder in formed thi nTicrhtnd fnr.
We wish that the world would do something
or the Printers to make a fuss about ' Wei had
been Waiting half a day for the Northern; papers.
and when they come on Friday .morninrr;; oehoid.
they were as uninteresting as our illiterate iacnt
Charity. The only things that verge to wa ids
iiterost, we will mention in a" condensed way,
MPRIMIS. ; ";' ".. j ' . 5 I 1 1 1 .;. ..'
The Duchess of Berri. ias " btirrm to srribcidv
a daughter: and as tho European Papers speak
of hei imniortality, we begin 'to suspect that her
.- i- i j '
soothe, th. niorUficatiorf of her party. I , J
Item.-rA Bill has been inirodooedi Into the
British Parliament tn erDanrnatA thff SlAVM in
the-West. Indies. 11e plan is to convert,, the f that !he may e able to till of an
relation into that oi master ami appsentice until. I hmir's warning, on which side, of his mouth
. l: ir i mi. i- i . i v-i f i ii j-f :r - i i j .
meaesm cao .ray , oiuiseji, aiiu--iuen w- oe
free. AU children under six years'old iobe free
Persons wishms to purchase, will do well tn
call and examine his stock; for he, -thinks jfrom
rices S to induce rxirehasers
itind of produce taken in
pay men i.
rrie it; thaCs all. A wbrd to the Wise, says l.un)pan visiters wearing shoes, such as arCu-
the nroverb. wnat Willi be tne euect ot
al wbrd i Yro the- wise, remains to be
seen.; ; ? ; j J
Vc gcip-but we leav0 qtur arm-chair behind
us; j not indeed to be opr representative, as
IS hereby given that the firm of Dickson Sc.
:C (limbers is dissolved by mutual consent til
fashion, he borrowed them as a pattern, and in I persons against whom they have claims arising
less than twelve hours, a dozen pairs were readv; 1 before; the 1st or May. are cautioned to come for-
these vere despatched instantly to Cairo, with a ward and settle the same either by cash or noto
peremptory order that 5 40,000 pairs should be f belore fhe 1st of August next, j else they w.illi
reaoy iu a inoiiiu.: aih ui? suutnutKers iu vsuu i imu.iucu uunu in wo uouua vt, tamoum
. l l j . . I T . l ii...:
were lnsuniiy set io worK, aua uie oraex -com
pleted in due time
and supported by their parents:: If they are tin
able to maintain them, loey are to be hound to
their former owners, tne males unul2ri ; the
females till 20 . It is provided, 'thatf Govern
ment shall loan to her " plondered sobjects 15
millions of. dollars, provided they . cant give se
curity. , This ,b Jiker the freak of Kent, who
when a man. who' aotrie tol him to! mitijiafe
some cruel and ihjusrsentence he had ipassed- 1
oroereu iner peiuioners jpngue ,v ce . cut out and
vueufi was uoueneeoojs. .aoyasuceeeas wna
an air of mock gravity, and told him to proceed
With his.com pTaM: - Give security after a maft
nas oecome ceggarecr v x ne enaer mercies of
Colonial Government! We abominate Urs
measujcd "lor jiore.tban one reason, bat'?m"ostt he-
causenf .?i&e anew the zeal of the lotermedi
dling fools at the North, who are tgiv-m'g Dufi
Greraso&e little pretext for I inaking j a fttrnioil
and dmflectiin in the Southern Stalest '
, The next treign item of any miportaneeisthat
the British Juiuistry, have agam obtained a -m.--
Pjurify.tnthe House of tmmorflahey have car-
ncu several important measures w tl'.c; or financial
policy by triomphant majoritiesJ)esidps the ti ifory
oa lnal on which they bad been loft Ti xninorityi
This vote has been recuusidcred an thl'ihill na.
Riclmd Pennine of the I proprietors, and of
all the governors of Tennsyivania, under the
obeyed and the courtesies of life bo mlrliaria the commethment Jt' the revoluUon,
(bis brbther John j being at .that time governor;
was on the most decided ani ipfiuential wings;
and, on a certain occision, bemg in company with
several of then, a member of Congress observed
that such was the crisis, tney most all nan
- . , . .m jm X ? 1 . -iff m
observed; in short let all go on as x nothing
had happebodi Apd pro;it inijtnost es
pecial charge that jthe pristine, the primary,
the primitive, brigmal,l4rdinaly lmperscrip
title unalienable rights pji conversation be in
no : wise infringed upon.-4 Let no man tell a
long story jind expect it U be listened to; Jet
no persori utter a peor joke and require it to
be laughed at w hile tbe friercury stands above
"8b-dfcgri3ejs Fahrenheit t such jo)es4in
suph weather are, serious things, : And lastly,
let every man be always on the ajert, so
Monroe for collection.
Salisbury, May 18th, 1333. 43. !
I EUYZjiIROED SHOE
kfind bis tobacco; and if he should any
ihow set m$ nnger, in the i candle, let lum
gt&nd ready) to take it outtwith promptitude
j;4in lOO CUililUCUWJ lUilj XUt'SC liijuuwaujia
if.ptu4Rce a'arcnnipon thefrait of
iid little irjsrv6rj and fkperience4fwill be
duly attended towo take pur short and kind-,
lyieave n present, j Asto looking apjstream
for a drowsed body oi; IsCeeping the ? dust
against j tie wind, and -such Jike offences)
we leave thn to the Ibcf jaurhoritieai.
; Given from our Editorial Chair aforesaid
this lOth day v of June,ji33,; answering to
nurorforty-tibree of tn journal, ;folunie
vf. eignerhaithe demand furjlerolctha .was5 gen
GrVKS notice that he his purchased the en-
tire interest Ja the above 1 mentioned firm:
the stock of whio8 was very good and extensive;
together." If you do notJ ntiemen,11 said but f inmddition to that he is receiving from thej
Mr.Penn. "1 can tell iyou that yoa will bevery iiorMaiayj m nraiawiHiinii tucur
neatnefc, cheapness and durabil'Utfhe is ronfi
Fools haste is ho speed. &cocV,
Fools ind, )b4iinate pwpls make lawyers
rich. ; . ill' J'.
Gentility without ability b worse than plain
to" J L r . ! t :ti . J : . 1 1..... i"-Vt A i -
Get a name to rise early anar yoa may lie aii of the;aest quamy no uutuu. ,
1 1 I nnd assurtmeut of Ladies Shoes and Pumpej
Good harvests make men prodigal, bad ones 0f tll kinds, sucn as seal sxin, can sun, morocco
provident i ' ! 1! I and Prjmelle ot tne newetx wm w;
M . ' i - . v - j - a a..-i m at 1 1 0 y nhtn rt am nriii bvii
Uod sends meat ana ine oevu senuscooiw. i mansmp anu uwicriaia, w w ...
2 Ik. Mnfinfrff . tn hi" Wr!u neVTS IS in 1 Imo Crw Mfth flr IO DunCLQaj CuSUIUiCi vu m
. , r !! W H i 1 Uredid five percent, will be discount Jo purchas-
4Kooav cri demand. ' Mr. Dtcksm makes
dent, thit his assortment is excelled by none in
the Southern country. It consurt -filS
other things; of Gentlemens ,
VJUSm othe MnilBT l Ihis anowiedgments to ' jjij
SABISBUPY. .. i ! . hipes by a
(Made owl ot xkfwwifn wiMi erery vrwaw i , ttalioa to business to merit a contmiaiKe
. --tiieeten,) totMeeUfifrre. . m thelrtfaTurs. . . , . '
Beeswax pr. lb 1 G k 17 tedyr Appjs pi 1 : He sdU carries on tho business of inanolacvj
gal. 35 v 40; .q 'Peacn, prgai. UP -tcnii I
ofiee pr Ibl 14 a ;18 ij Casts pr lb 4 a j -Kpledges himself to do in the best style
S7t a rW;ilfiKiNa.9to No! UlT QTnished himself with stock ! of
51 50 a 175 ; Feathers pr lb;$5 a 30 ; Fkmr " northern sole leather-and calf skms
nrLI 3 80 a 4 ; Wheal priLbush bii a jo; .U,?r intends to work upmhis shep. lie
tinted bv thft Iykfatereto snoerintend tbelpr ouitt so a .iuw?a p - I i-jme and examine nrs ewiuut7u,
SiJkm1?; iSry rr O 10a 121 Iron prl lb 4 a 3; 1 recommend it as the most tasty, , e-
lecf inWdesirableof any ever brought to tne
Wester 0 part of the sUte.
n grants for sate at this
V fi" VflW
Julyrtel his ck expected from lolp'
thearrarlgernentstha $ 15 8 4l(f S
toleinambl ,me mcst intelligent J? V& 7
.4 resntiti. eiLW nf tt Stall.. Pf lb 10 ; j Hogs-lafd i ai.8 , iorJ., . r,
it is believed that this meeting will afford
SalApr bush $1 ha 1
wwt Tl.-l.-::.-i.i i :j I.i- . . .
isptbe Mpplar.toa sofcti-. blister pr lb 10 ;rjglh do .u,
t ? I it
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