- n- -Cf I-"--' -', -I H '-;! ' . -'!i:4vvr!.V.sV,.vV;H.f-v ' 'A'-V -.ts -I ' :.st:
imftmHiWaJiiror v uxmic. iTr -v. . i r n ii n r i rn n it mihiiiii n in i w-' u
Affiiliret IlSrefo Coontife more tbaa
mi! dbUlit ftatnSaKUinry, ai
fJriirtirm $ fclken for less than ; onaj
'rf Pi u-ri&T v4iHl dbne at the nstal rates, I
ir.idrancel nuarlj,will be continfr
J-iallrP!?f bja as Editor of ll3
ftriltitil ort HM jrajlication of
Mi m(cnioh of
o srk fii foheti. tuechemist, oroduced
-U sccsstoa . gpnepn, but more par
- "I; L
CtvreSpon&ehGt ofthtJfew CXork Jowrkal
I London Dcccmberr 10tb 1334J
lony paa, ontii hpea bj"a hatch of wicltcr
work, LevonJ . whih wpm .lnvt - Kir
duofs, Ibr the entna of tte Jcoawn 5 aad.io
It was mntf o'clock in the momin. and about
one or two hondmri
ia. the space between the gato and the door jasl
tna '"rr '
pfhdiical chemist, an
V Werl Varied, scientific!
but; m matters ofreli4
fen4 !Mcated in thd
T.iiin .im ULLiuiiB.au uwKMt. auu no
i eui jsafWfy say &Ifpst the only n6
atterif auannooea ;ana surrenaere
t bll(ipy first greats cause ; Mr. Cohe
joiaf4!ty soc iy lree UnquirLrs, an
ItheisAicat 1 doctrines, and urasl
'ios 'ttirwihodce Itb&'-fact to relate a
'ffltfalSil IMnlsiancs connected with Jiis
$tidttitik: uieA 'iRrinicted. m Boston
1 -Ti-i -; 'r t t . i- -: v. i i i
tfiilisailia JJeioie sentence. e puiu:
QiklnM exprana6o4ofiiis creed, which
iiiifAeaiale sftebedf, if it did nbten
ferillljf wa wffi I to belief that j he
fe aaiiist4--liia recantation j gave
Uai)BSejt e';f i''Eqatre general-.
M tar ladolng i inj the cofurhns of
WWQr03 Otlff auwiw "we
ll t i s (. . I ; - i ' ' S. ' H '-
C( B)ibti:Mri:,atist but
a. linbdiitliaiatead of baliefinff the!
inu iqitu utffrcE iua4T a yuu.auu , lucre is
Htjr. . ) should hot hare been ablo to com- d Slr fni the doorkeeper, t conrinced ran
Li-i At:i'AiL 'is i :i I i H 1 that the CraWd Wfra r4tf!nr nntit nnVM k.
LvtthelLroaankht fih tn, l4 9Wron ' w want of aecom.l
I JPL :Drr tcn -" wereopenedjand
if! y: , WX w ri!,u!f' I "cuicnuouarasn- wok piaca ; Jadies Jos I their
its poftfand yielding depths of blde-i-but in- doub cat off f their 'cbntents) and a number of
it ftL? -II It-j. T -1 'U 1 temAlAA VtTATf CiWtinallo -f- r !1 -t
icu ipci cuiii twit; Vdsia aii-soaaowin? cioaa i i - :.- . ; way wj meir
dfimoev so! thick thatthe tarsi ascend L?i fT?d ioad ued screams. I
tjiepwitcK tWers unseen, and even the iTn!LTh forwaid; a I
i ? ( f . T - Y ?T couia, and when the movement rnmmonwf I
inmpro or oav aDoersso shorn oritu or.. ,u.i-k..A v. -v- -
k-V.ilr rA v --r r 7sUM,7w'V' aiong iwitnoot -anr ; other
hat you - conceive it is merelv the diffico tvor detrimLt U .ui.
moojt Ijpgenng pbpve thef horizon.H Yetil negai faded, old dWher of Ere, havinr Idrlv
&e: Ml, 114, ; w.kiUL.Jl nd mthe pressaw.VM was forced, ifiih a
l5li:JIn i s U j T . . nuiriu uiujrs, aowQ i uiae or four steDS and over
V.J- ii r: "TV T.H 'irtr uj wuciies, to in eapnnce ot soma blood
tationieaualmeminent and deserved, i THa from mv snr.;na -j v.vr
ndiord is ones of those " whole souled arao3ement of those fc-ho wem in rrht
iUCl$ lt?af 7ou I'kb to, meet witiu whether at OA,clJr-
trrt'rl i if a ia anaat Ji I -I nCSe WnO lOl IOWed M mo nnnnnir aMJ
, - w.uw. uum ; n& is cci il ruui aoivillt i . . n iix iui hiiu
and ipbears rnorri oJicitnniahnnt vnur rni. mosl ot sunered thekame or a worse fate
is i , 1 r TT j rr r .ih.0 myself. It , hrJL ti'
than any pel lhimr nM - ".TiJJTT "iW
cuniarv return for hi AttPntinn riio o,,fV a'Zu "VTA , ."w,cu ! ?tt wn'P
............ n vi i n as iniaiiv iHiLainRfi nnn.iM . . ,
if i j ... miiu aiiiz autiiiv I w3i vnnn.
1KB nng oecarae le&s violent l beran to
t,inteest and j happiness,
ftiarv returns for hia attpnf
.. . . c a . .
in spirit.! devotedness. and anion. i in I
. 'i . i . . i 7 1 " w" uegau io survey ne
b,7!4yoiJouM say they were both PIa and the extraordinary acen which attrao-
designedongifjaljy -by nature to head aij d my curiosity, ifbuncf myself in a very lofij
o4akfiti1rUAM LfL ! t f i room, abuut fuur hiinlr.rlAct I . i. : .
there w no
MwiwtthiM thii -which
1 -r. ' '?.:.! .
J t i in to article which he
vonraassaiis sucri argpn, as no calls it,
patties intsempnac4 remark Y my
f$$iifti(ttld toft, t'cfa attack no ided
: . to . 'i"-1--jr"'-?: a - I ;- . - ." . ' . . I . .
mtm urn. anai cunrtot comtautntlu
mt tjf AuhTsThis waa ; minted on Raiur-
.i rik Voil ?t.':.. i" u ' i .
Iuc-Jtaici win, ttiujvujjip f mo paper is
R.i?tat spdlijahtjawas 'made, ;un
craie wriclonoVhis hame,he Was
lwce in h isfabajor while ma
p-;1' head,"! we
ierninn6hg the FrSe
( tBiTen toSuiciety for p'hren-'
4 618 Ifit fcinWoJ ft a ii'ti aee trAA
rii "-'- -fs " " r " V. uvvu LtlUlU
estaujiftfjrient bt this kind. I find in thti " loaf handredfet Ion- and one hb.
readng loom, which is very I spacious, ele ? tr tnuinatiog in fan
Parlff m wrjd.! Tou can hardly name a rising above each other. Li "b!3!9,
conntry or commiinitv. that has nt theofiy modatimr no tkni k-. . ' . ?r
i , , w , ,i- r , w -w w ..i tfta ' ii ILU iiiiii.i r lura.in . -.
iennb oflit nrp Kpi Th Ua,, nan wholp miHHi., L- -r . ' i ?r.
r'7f v j ..v hwu ubaj --7 s in i9 arcoiieciure, painted
the ItOvai Exchaiife the Iverv renir nf white, and the greater nhftifm n( . fi
business-rand where, if vbu are a mere l!w. 8auw manner as ordinary nbcea of worshin:
spe;t4(pryou may! see all London pass with! ? 4We.8,aaS cPl washe only windowif So
in jti eiiipurstiiof the day. Any Amer " "r"" 1 1 "P1 vuiidwg,jand
can Whoimv BwWri.,rt " r . 7 "wu-,MO WU W I summit wasi a
, JiiJij AT'" " , T tr tJ v "uu" Ter nandsome carved ffuilt chandelier Beneath
& Clotldi will find .as 1 have oono. - K-rin th k.i. i I,ane- beneath
rerm '$thM S A Coffee House. rected.eovered with red doth, and hamSch
1 DC K (nn ia iif Drilto. " T -Lilt J thmnnpinnia fn Tl.: I . i
l"!5 " & .jiigiHuii-rau 1 anaii nor -rt a. uam n lsv asceiiaeQ oy
ree thf at Reformer, whose popularity twe,? stePwhich run completelj round it and
fills tteH noblest ;realm. the Cabinet-i n whlch are seated, at ;certain stances as
pua me iu say nave been rtinnino' down i t r I f , -wnuwu u uacof, is
nttierlIed fntW ! 7 yP the elevated. spot,'f and onto extreme
OMr1 j after aU ?0t !aw,a "S:abronZed pedastal is erected Jhbh is pel
lnaSaga !p8rh Suilate assical in its ppearancl and is ftr
SOme troop Ot nbble Peers.! urith- KMMr). : from hnincr ilnlilra tho .u ..el.. . .
,,,.- r , .... t I . " wMa,,i 9 "v autai. oiwis ui cUCen88 1Q
Wnicnlthfe sav. anrSut-onnI Kn USebv ttieanninta Tho nn f i L . -i
The Nobihty are in the couMry, or oft thd T Tery beaatifbI cushion, in stamped scar
Contientwith?ytW and there one Uneerv f ve,fel',and UP? that.a large closedVfolio Bil
ingbehindj like theUst representative of a inThKI l0?8 P1!
Ir;- iii.;t i: 1 T9, T. T c auu 1U lue cenire 01 meite ot duraity.aat
inS went to see sa near relative of Ta or I tne irreat lion of the nwi tK RJxlffl
Andre---tO whnrrt: Pnrna 'ihtrni-M l. T- I Irviner I4a i :? u i . . .
if ,i i i j . "'".vmulcu ui jLf i j o aiuieu ui paii uress. DiacK. anil
ni8 wen made lee were strRtfihefl imt. noi.i
... ... : uwmoi-.
ing tneir sun and symmetry; upon a splendidly
m Don thf iA7::57 w aJ-
ntt .1- T .u,"'a" wri.eedmooa criea
had almii1 .-J.j Li - ju
T- mmmrmwm m uvCTflflBVS i W mm mm a T I
aeditidns thnt1, f5? crws 5:re 0l
itmA Ll-. IF?: rT"kreverea. tne rer-
rS dwnjb new, trial.
detenct declared tha tbey
lyera.repubtican. hA :i -ti
meaning no more khanitoKhiii
opmiona in ntterinr the cnirJ! .l,ldlTM
.L- . "?cnes- The jury nro.
or to the
frf.i nT ,B ? Proess of the
wiS1"?17' theurr Pti one of the
Wotl n which jadgee.icoBnsel3.ao
cuwitne, ad aMitoryVnicird!3'
;irhe government of the "Citiaen Kin" is
cmned on all hands; for the bad policy which
dictated the nrMeentinni in nri.Uk .ki
perienced so single a defeat -DuMir? Register.
. iianiat ' 2100
New.Uanover . 2300 ; -Worthampioo
-Pitt 3 7 rvt!
Iredell , -
Are your laws
Axroiisss ro the peop. t? m
NORTH CAROUxYA ON THE 81TRI P.frr
x.nmisu rC CONSTITUTION named in this tahleWi ; T
o I x nt tko t rrrr rv WU1
e j! L ' . - 7
Make e". "P? M
ii- V M",ui" yrnicn accords best with
,oop,loo8oreiaAl right arid justfce, whluV
raJ ,re i IlW Lionel
sko V1 3 7T WIU perceive that in this
State, a minority of one-rttrd and ut "
Si ff:.1 the3cnu
14200 exist, ttddSaS?1
11400 In a UffierS VFd.
1.4500 on grwSf ct?? to carrr
1,0100 of thesiih
J9000 fe'nd.: nf; public
P500 EtM W
'5700 probl bmmux
1 1500 PproJrJ find;
12300 and hd Srt b jLl
1000 interest & do, -thS S ?dr
8400 will present jii tto Scial L?0 e
10600 reach c :
teavir io the Treasttrr, an bnan.
or the Stat i
fied voters in a State, io alter their Constitution
iu any luanncr tthmh m - i
, . - ., . --- .... uw; auu ma measure 01
tn-at rami imii. .
Tr"1' in our country. lndisnutaM
m 7 r- -wvav,
r.u r ,r w'jiij oi com nous
es Of the lion ui. i' . .
" r wuj ana.yet theyoav
2f -W-rftte Pnblic ftiie Hll
contain' hnt j . Tr
I ta,t and not one third of the !
" ;c F"F"on oi ine atatel ; Is this cdualJ
necessary expenses of ydar Std Govern-
B. ah j erhfpent bhvsician of Ithis r.itv.i' JW
disc6uipseasbme' Hmfe on the events of our
ivevoiutior especially that one in which his
Iaraentdp0nsmah fell a saenfice to his Roy-
. ".t! o! uc cjju&c who mucngooa sense
and attectibnatG rRtnpmKi-nnro wtli i
vojuntaryespoiided, with that indefinable!
gnet wmctfoue must feel in, seeing so no-!
btea blinglfall a victim to the majesty of a
;jsevereuisalutaiaw. J !. jajj. .
, faljooft- Irom; which I expecied to
look; dgwpipon the cloud capped td were
.a!!d gorgeous paiace$" of this city, being
laid aside l its winter quarters, I took to
ieoppositextromeand went under the
raS,.ttf0MghI 1ong- spacious gallery,
?PnrlyIrched:!ahl lighted, and which is
7?WMm ' WWneL though it look
i ilT - Vl u,"ti - vengeance an nave i
ptqqayi wha - they m,it;is ;
Crawencei ; ot firbfeasdn and
vj' !t;,,'w auu icu; mo
t Tmwantathelstue wha; does
ra iwe are
UTlri tt VjIP TI''T 7"" ! vuigany cai eo: tHuhneL thbm
wMwdyhas gohe jono wav his like 4 nlaUlj M;J?r ? "ou
xrfiami- JliL I,Ke PTO'ed for a rayst.
Avemus tj hough the present is an age of
unpreceaenfed enierbrise. vei th.
der theThme3 notches forward a century.
I hope it will be comnlpton. tir. I
like thef rower of SBabel whon tli k;ia
ceased theirjworkll U ! ?
. IWheif in the Tdwef , 1 . gale thre0 shil
lings to $ee the crown of George the ( IV
It is verly inostniant bauole, and rtever
were fiv millions fidollara ,more fboiish
ly squflndere? '.Vhat must tile I thousands
sa7 jwhpre stkriring tor bread? Were
some pfei to steal it, andrbrter it fpr
food, if f were their udge, upop a charge
of the(Vi)r burtflatf X would npithAl hnr
thmi bo:sed them to Botany Bay. One
evl insearale framja i monarchal gdvf n
meht, jwilh ap aristocracy is an jirresistable
passion fpr sjiow a reckless prodigality in
the merejglHler of the thronej Give me
rather republicanism? with all its nice fru
gality, ;si rapacity, and contemptvof advent
tious aisijncjgdns.l j " - .'; 1
'Ourjcountryjmen jIr. Colton, in his de
fence of the Americans Tourpf ourNbrth
thern Lakes, is; making quite ah impressjon
here- I He hte)pasiiil the ordeal of many of
the ReyiewsjEd come off not only without
abpkerj 1on butith many offerings of
esteem! and admiration. lie has consigned
CapL Hall tothelist and silence of the ur
per sheland bdriferj Madam roUojwin
the grave Of forgetfulness. i 7 !
,.1.,. j .v -.mm y -My:
TIJE RET. EDWMd IRVING AND THE
f 1 UKNOYVNTONGUEa ll
in what rules of faith,
all infidels is some.
if W lfl Relieves in iiothlngj
y5 Iftcoontry, punish
G!i&ihsi; WlhrttnJ such as bias-'
yMlJHhei'eMra benos tnol
'lihe fabt that n law should
&?;-'?TJ Athet, : because no
iold assume 1 lh bower of pun-
Built ttiAk kilL i. Z r . A .jJ' ie
iJJWS! SotirctigjoWthere': is none
S?M conyekts I are! 4ldom made to
rjaieh ( itl) Nlbre cries aloudl
j??ictt; on jfiree inquirers by these
fro m nA ' mnM f
? llflfl;W6 rlook:!Mriih KUrnrisi nf
i-r-'it " :f 7'..
luLlJIMltnn n 4hw rinnf ma kA.tJ
1 i. ' .
Wlsa JpW7 Woll 'ntll
jWllearth lhiltto renounce
favorite nAonlA Ka
ST Ww cloud by
rt 4 t "1 ujiMjjuv wnw gave
Nbtmtcthcr aaa distinct &
h 2 taCbwts realW.i'To
Uoancel andrdenylf that God; is 1
ftrdina(y Inance indeed
4 iUm1 we world their
. !7 R . I
Lokdon; Dec. 1S33. i
On Sunday, bst I visited the nlaca ! whern1 fr
ying hodiori; anp will endeavor, in as feW
words as ljJosibly dsn, to give yon a faint idea
of what 1 htardand witnessed; Driven from: the
magnificent edifice wjtiish the piety and attach
ment ofhfbllowers herectedyhe isonght refuge
(ot himself ;andh.is dbctiihes lit -obscore places
in different pafts of j IUndon nntjl he sacceed
ed in bduclng weaif minded bnt! yrealmjhrb
ker, Whose: naifie b Driiai mood, to purchase two
large bouses, adjoining each ether, ini Newham
street, and throwing them into one! he has prp
duxHlaioIerabfv auodi if not n. handsome chaoel:
O; entering th gateifay, I had top through a
cushbned footstool. His head reclined upon his;
Tight hand, and his long blaqk curling hair hung
over his shouldersi in a manner which looked pe
culiarly wild, and unijuestionably contributed
considerably to the effect. Tjehind the getter np
of this threaticai concern, ana at a short distance
Irom the platform, six seats, or chairs of an anti
que fiirm, were placed, and all of them were oc
cupied by those among the followers of the chief;
who had either been remarkable for their violence
of beHeG or the extent of their pockets and cre
dulity. These persons arecalkd elders brothers
and exhortei8. : ' . v
i had scarcely c0ncidde my inspeciioo
of the place, before the sejiior of these per
sonaffes arose from his seat with mnrh oi
lenanity, & after leading aJalid a verse in the
oipie, proceeded to deliver an exhortation
upon raercyi He was followed by all the
others in . succession, and who so. Wtori
points of Scripture as the bsis of their ob
servation as On the conclusion ot their dis
courses, each lasting aboutfa' quarter of an
hour, the High Priest got upfiom n,s luxur
ious position, advanced tp t bible, ani
opening it, read a verse foi Ins text and
commenced his sermon. He had not bro
ceeded raoro than ten mi nut hufnro t
( mw awaw M
was8tartled and horrified uithone of thn
most alarming simeks 1 ever heaidf rapidiy
luiiuwea oy some unknown sound, in a
powerful and shrill female voice, ann thpn
gradually dying away in (I resume) an in-
wiiucu uansiauon. 1 nougn I had expected
to hear the "tongues," and I was nerftU
prepared for. some outlandish cries and
screaming gibberish, yetil assure I 9
quite terrific when these urtlarthly Bounds
fell upon my ears. I cannot give any ac
curate idea of their nature, character or ef
fect. Thev must be heard-lther nnnM ha
desenbed. : T;
I was not alone in my gesatiOnk Sev
eral females shrieked, manv! lainteH. mi
got into hysterics, and the men appeared so
tumpieieiy paranzed, tiiat it was a few min
utes before they were capable of rendering
the sufferers any -assistance; During the
whole of this extraordinary sccno, tbespeak
er stood unmoved, and whefi those who
were frightened had been removed and
0,110 restored, he continued his discourse as
it nothing had occurred to irive him in.
terruptioa. The sounds, as weU as remem
ber them were these rjLL r J..; '
wtel:-- Rsminteh Zegoro!' And A tberi
pursung tortn IT FLOWS IT FLOWS
I DRINK YE DRINK YPfcF vp
FILLED-BE YEF1LLED-Lt it erloW
ubt it tlow Let it flowvHI hare en
deavored, by underscoring tpis nonsense
to show you how tho cadence; were arrange
cd; but yoar Jmagination must fill up for
the WtfrofQTerjisttv'knd trinal'm
formaUon which I jam enable "to give to
the eye.? I record the stufl;a. also because! 1
wish jou to judge of its tmeiaxactcr.
I fS- a paid at the Treasury on
t the 14th January. 1834, were7
The sums paid, and to paid, be-
the talanes of Executi verJudicial
and other Officertof iSuleJ
mount to .
The incidentai charges of Legi,.
; '.and contingent charged of
te incipient .steps, regulated by law. According- r116 ,etan one-thirdof this -reenue o exceed l
luore man halt th tntsi s i a. i o approonaunns ma u- .l-
i - u tag i.M
the Capitol-for defending suit-I
for compensating ComaSssionert
torevwe tha Statute Uwa,.
&c. to be paid in like manner, will
exceed 4 -
termined. that Ika .j: . . I to Its nTcmmi-t. U L - i- wiujg
therefdre ,h. M W . PfWiaps 9f Pl-
a I7f ppropnaie, metnod of reme- 7rv -v . mp puoiic revenue, and
umfltnU?na,e,ri,8'is lhfh the medi- nties;th proportion of eaeh
lrJsk-' !ATE CojrTI authorized, and io B?1 thc 8ame 35 Unties which con-
its mciDiant jiTva M.T..i.t.j u tribute loss thn A .u:j . . T V?T
, r--.-'r' uicy uy jaw. accordinar-1 . . uu-muiw mis re venue, do
y, more than 30,000 freemen of this .State pet! C0St morf than, half the total amount I By rel-dr
tlOnM 'thn lost r! -1 a , T I rinir tn t,a k1 -in . . . I J cvu i
: . , -w ia v C.
means for the cure j
against which they
miiTA than 3fl 'TO r 0
i .-r-t aw application was made 0 . . " . Ma " Jua,- lun
under the additional sanction of your Bill of J0" oftne Legislature? ;
Rights; which reserves to the people a riffht Some of ,hese wnties cost
"0.i)Cl0,l e Legislature far a ndreu To h a1L,hey pay; others three Umesi as much;
:r 7rL- . w f wirctmr Ueprtttn- xTlF - as u,ucn' s " jost, or w se. i
Ff Kill- it . .. . . I that fharr i 't i i :'.
"j"1 wa rejecieo oy tne House of Lorn Tr ; " '"wunuw snouia oe eqaal to the
mona. after havin .l . t . .. I others? V
Making ah agrPgatd of . , fl60000
I o cover these annronr?
ri . r"",vu wi ucces6ary
-' k . i . O : r weiiara iu ,UB I rrL ! I .. j . r I w' iui DBceRfisrv
isnme evemntr nf thn dm ku n:u
r , . I - . ' J iu kins uiu, i hoi pay into it
- ..iV agiuo ui HIB. JIHIDIR. ma MioAtaH I - f . I r 1 -
. - - -- - . 1 - - lubuwu i nau ni mm. Awn ki.i - t
a mefetine- of the Rpnrcont.tiw - ' . wwu 'umera, aaaed to a
" ine people iook place, for the pu;
log sach measures as were best
- - ;
mnch inn iiml NTrui.iiflMnna y-kt h..:...:! mi 1
Vtm rim ' of " 'thi.m h.l!orin. I i. Bpni doljsn n 1$ thid riSht? bit
nronosed n ronr CnnBtit.,tin a r.u- i j e18 a UP? the basts ''that taxaUon and
rl- Lrf 7 ;-vuf miokiuuuw i representation should rm fvrfhor?
upon which achantre ia demnnHpri .W . f 00 ? efher
rense to rmir mvi
.M l3n aoe thA ,sf 8l7. on t
...... K.cftin puoiic iax;and 20 of these dbh , LV u,UTfilDMr IHi4, to wit:
r-j vue xieaaury aiom equal to the vr - ataioa unappropriated on the 1st
wa?es of the r own M-mk . November. 1833. . -!LV,
upon which a change is demanrfpH.
. - o ' J " w.M .
O.IIA ' th inlnnrtfn . k &i w J . : 1 ? . .. i
- f wen ttuupiioa, were unwu
liny to recommend to their constituents, an ex
ercise aftheri?ht tu nrmA i;thrv., k.
tton of legislative atUhoritm but homntr thai a
common interetn a sense of justice, a proper res-
: 7 , . uiTiucna or (tmf
fai fetoek in the Rank- f v il-
. . . " VA71U
being 20 per cent, on 1818 shares!
.payable 1st of March, 134,
I he amount of bouds for, sale, of
There are 40 counties in the Smia
not pay.taxea to cover their oast tn vmi s-i
raent,and is it prudeat to refuse your aid in cor nrl ' '
reeling the role which vesta them withlhepow- nS??ethrrthe8uni of
ui ticuuug i wo-inims ot your law givers ?
Y me counties, wdich are thus deficient in
Alt Ymtrikntlruta J . I
JL W A mm) lXTm ?
Oril333Z ah,r.V.T-. .
pect for the fundamental iri" ti. JL"63' wn,ch W.ia8 deficient in J th;r w r ury, daring;
irdvfirnmpnt. . .o.i.M.f .r 7.. . .""muwoiw io your,puolic revenues, and i "7 : t '"Y .1
L to STSi: rfTZL.". :i,"a the costs,, contain a-federal or rJlJfJ U has beT
rK- . VIV ' wn ce population, which can make up their claims .ntt wreioia, Thp Finance Commit-.
tn sMtiM tHo .ccont .,f-ll .Mt;. .1 7lij . . . .. r-r van tiinjie up meir Claims , o 7 , 777 "P "
wmuu. W .in .ifccs- io me roDTesentation thv Ka a : . f :r" '"" na iooo ine TmnM- -t:-.
.... . J ""'r- ; "io iKiMUU U,I,l.,.ir. .. i - -v. u:. UiS
condition to give personal services, or to bare per ";r' . Z , Lmw a.n(f. th Goyetnor hy
a wvun t iu' aoj. niva aiiaH MM. i r
I -m-mmm WW UI W W'O
par y reform determined ukdufsda th ntirca in
The question is thus cresented hfnrM th. hih. I -.,:. . . : .7 . xen,PHon Irom
est human tribunal. Atl I r118 weJ nave equal repre-
Cim-,. j . 77 rr wau am wunn wim tne largest counties? A referent
iuuic uiiciiiat! v BJ5. ana in n h hoen ria un. i .u: . i . ... . r
: . . . .. ' . vviot.- iuu quwuon OPTona 8U nnntrajiitirn ; I .b a
ivviwi sumin ak
ted the trust of presentinsr it to von for dptrmm
ation. Our duty will be best
ing every appeal to your passions and ureindi.
ces, and we content oursnlvRA h Uvinrr
lyou FA UTS, wbich make ihis appeal irresisti-
uie, ii u js io oe determine by the rules of jus
uirwHwi ana canaor.
Ii CWEtlOAl,; BEPHEBiNTAtlOIf.
it, and then let reason and rnnipnrf inenF
these enquiries. Their population is a$dispro
portionate to the power they exercise as their
taxes have been shown to be. 1
One man, in one section of the Suit! ha
much political weurht as seven in innthir nr
in another or five in another. TW.liV,f.
of xhe commaoity pay orte-Wfd of the same
FRANCFL I -i : i.
(Fram la Tribune. Paris
Mosirxxaj Dfic. V-Threi respectable in
federal ) Population and fFhite Population of
eacn couniy m the State, It ia here inserted and
iiwiv luu. l.. i. t
p juu m es.nune it: . s .-
X ABCLAB . atlTEMtKT Ot l alM: and vv hrte
population tnd Federal population of the Coun
ties of North Carolina, compiled from the
revenue list of 183 and the Census of I830t
f rtt,a fl,7, ' j , l. 7 . I vuiMMiauuj pay ortt-wufoJiot the same
v ine nrt and prominent defect in vonr? Stite I community tn ho th0;, -r: :!:
Constitution, Which it is proposed to correct, is may, this is the naked m.ht w uU wea.
lai pail vwucu anows to eacn county three mem- ry you by comparing the poptilation and taxes of
frj " olr uteurai Assembly, without regard to j separate counties together, nor can it be necessa-
iite KlXe, population and taxes. I'hisiR ihA Armrnn I rv that WA KhnnM ' . i
of jgross injusUce, of loud complaint and of great Yet we must not omit to .tale, that thia .nh.
UJi At7"1t eaSVy you may be T Nt as brought into existence and fosters a spi-
CfliVcJcl into a distrust nf trflnpral RttPmpnta mHo I . i .... rvY
7, ; . rw.iii; Ju j j j i oi secuona: nostiuty, which mars the peace
n apolitical; Address, and desirous to adTancA I r 'u. - . -7. . M0.FDW
bone that cab delude we nave cr-fnll r, "" matemuy impedea the
fi v 1 ?! if'SJrtfWSf Jfe hisclfaracter. will venture to denit? T
ffiv i i i , if These are some of the reasons which5, sustain
h bits atone (iew the annual cublic Taxes. I u j j u. L .j. -VL
. w. . - . ff w UVUiiMlU BUUV UCCLi ' iiAn Itu I'jIIUAI
Rights : I I
The largest vote ever taken in the Stat, at
the Election for President of the United Stat.
was 53.000. At the last August election, more
man nan mat number voluntarily yuted in favor
of changing this feature of your Constitutiou ;
and if polls had been kept open in all tho coun
ties under, the authority of la w, there ia no
doubt that nearly two-thirds of the voters would 1
l - A - 6 m - K
nave sanctioned it; a majority then,' demand
this reform of their Geyernraeut ; and will the
minority refuse to provide for it by the estab
lished forms of law 9 Can they do ao, and be
consistent in their attachment to-Republicanism?
la the privilege too trifling to create such zeal
and perseverance among those Who ask it ?
Then the sacrifice will be leas td those who
yield up a power which tbey can , lay! no jost
claim to. But the right of representation a
fair and equal representation off the people is
now another name for civil freedom ; and . the
struggle for trcan never cease while te spirit
of Lioerty exists in our land. Fjreemenf who re
aist it do injury to theraselves , they cinoot en
ter upon such a , warfare without' Selling their
principles as slaves to the spirit of party. Poli
cy, patriotism, and self-interear, finite inj; requir
ing them to do justice and preseiye equality in
their Goyernment i t i !
. :, : s i -I
tub Loi3iaTuar. i
Asiie ll ,
j Camden :
' ;Hyde!,Hi f
' I'Onslow : ',- -Paobtank
Robeson ';: :
Bertie f.f ji
. 4500 -,
' 7600 ..
, 8300 ,
1 7900 ,
i . : 3900 ;
- , 4300
Cy your present Constitauao, the fJefieral As
sembly ..meet annually, audit is :pToposed to al
ter it so as to have biennial sessions except in
cases of emergency ; add, at the same Jtixae, to
diminish the number of members.
This it a nrooasitiou in which all are interes-
5600 .ted, and the alteration is demanded ; aafwell by
your neceuxlm as by your interest. Une por
tion of your Representatives have been engag
ed m excited fttrife against another land the
People have been: asiutied T these JacdKWtal
. B . . : r. 'r-
" A new county was created at the last set-
. m a''
lion, tat as its Mattsucs nave , do oeea asccx
lined, it it impoROiia tp ue it into aounj,
message in 1833, have called upon the LedsU-
t. TOpMa t,lcse tbiaF' The Commit
tee of b mance proposed to submit a plan fori
remedying this evil by increasing i& R
lWr ,T pia ,ncrt words' "Vfcrtasing tht
30,000 freemen, petitioned 'the same body to
remove this grievance by I dimsnutmg theOr :
ber and makings their teuton bieKnialJ
lhe ca l of the people was disregarded, and the
proposal of the Committee wasnever acted upon -Where
will you look for the causes of re
sults hke these ? The answer is not difficult (o
be made - ' I " ,.
on to increase with the multiplication of ' coua- -ties.
When public convenience made the ereo
Uon of a new county necessary and wiavmdaLlc
in one section of the State, annthpr h.
qoently erected elsewhere without necessity, ia
w ptcsBi-T legislative i pmcer among, tiw
latter. The recollection of men who hare out
lived their party feelingsj will attest this stater
meat, and if it did not, we I are astaihed By
your Statute Book, and the recorded
of the General :. Aaeembliesi Thus thn Rtat
which Was, in 1776, divided j info 30 edantiea;
(inlodincr the whole of what now Tmna
has ceded away the better half of her terrttnrV-
and the remainder is cut up into 65' eotnUes.-' : '
The Assembly- which was once coniposed of
115 members has gone oa to increase to 202
Their sessions, which were once held 3 and 4
and 5 weeks oalvi are now held ft mU :
Their session which once cost 1500. now
com me peopra jw,uw ana a Government
which once cost less than 410.000 imtmTrW
now cost $80,000 and upwards. - '
. Have these it creased demands on the Treasury
been caused by the expense of the JixtipW
Let any one point out. the addition of a hundred
j ii. . ... ....
oonars wr me expenses oi tne Judiciary smceiS
was placed opon a lespectable basis, and suitedT
to the absolute necessities of the State, and1 ws
win snow mm, to return, the addition of twic
.the amount to the Lesrislative denartmenk ?-
though, while the latter has been growing leaf
suited to its nuiooses. the former has 1 bi im
proved. Have they arisen ftxt thd eipendl-
1 ' t . nr . .t i
uc ui muaey tor puoiic woria r juet me osm
Wed pride of your State answer Not one monu
ment of mibiic solrif is within rear harden.' nn V .
less it may be your University,- and for that you;
we tuucuicu io uo (wuwwui wu iwrailly CX
individual contributions. Are they 'the result of
any unprofitable speculations er pecuniary loss
Far otherwise is tne truth. Tn iiu i.L
barking credit In three old Bah, haa reahxed St
aclear profit of one mMioacftiM
wui mw"-;- u.ereny not hastened
on,butdehyedrflhdayUhpoyert or we
rmght mere correctly fap-Zi ifc
. , '. -jiae greater, part. d i
lJii t wiwwerea, ana the last dofiar
Will Soon DO OTicnmftl DaImw OAnM cefnfrw 'ML.
form! can be introduced into the Government.
! y then, does it happen ?-wbat is. tha .
real cause of this intolerable public evil ? , U
I 1." lae ordinary revenue ia between Wftttty
and 15,000 dollars less than the necessary annu
al expense of the Government, and this has been
the case for many yearsV- aey your poihtj
See notoia next cplamd,
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