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fif&iih Berkshire (Mass.) Courier
; Thiu-hts duyjrsted by the remarkable appear
irn.-vs in the sky oa TuesJay ev.nig,jbe! 3d
los'ani. ! !-'-";; ''' -V: Iv-'t'iH-'
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What means that gilberlng light? Ibe hea
ii;;h vens :.j .' -j T-' :;:-: Hi' j:
j .71 frayed in garments of unwonted hne? i i,
; Frora north and south, from east and westthe
' j : ' frays ; ' .''i-lj!'"
; Brii.'ianr and beautiful, converged, and sent, jv
- pa their h'gh columns silvery white; and then,
In.iam, iarnore than blazing redness changed, j
. A fiery pillar formed, and ruse above -T.i
iaio its brother train, and make beneath
The locid, " broad, illuminated sky M ;.
ADlendi arch its key stone at the point
: To which' ascend each new born ray and gleans,
Asif to build a new and mighty dome, H jfn
.'- For some stupendous scene the like of which j 1 1
Earth never taw. While yonder hoog a cloud,
Sotnbrb and cold, curling iu hp in pride ;
And sullen mood, seeming torbate he light
And mock, with mingled envy and revenge,
' TKe bright effulgent scene. ; I
O'er the rich diapery the sons of night
In mute amazement looked, with jealous eye
And stretch of thought, to learn the grand result
What means that glorious halo r that un
I known, 1
: Unearthly brightness? Say ye sages, wise
Philosophers, or Prophets, or Divines
bay, can h be, the western world's so large, '; ,,
; It bonfires huge on its deep, vast prairies lit,1!' .!
Send op such flames as lighten all the east? i !
Ojr have the icy worlds round either pole ji" !;
Grown now so large, so tall, they catch of Day !
Some brighter Bood6, e poo? the ga'.her'd waes,
' When night appears, o'er all bar western sky ?
: : ' Perchance another world, or system ti born,
And.Kons and stars and moona and lssser orbs,
In happy concert meet, as once oi oto,
Illuminate afresh celestial streets,
And celebrate their sisters, natal hoof,
. And grrej her welcome to her Bmiling home.
And introduce her to the countless ranks ! !
- 01 their annombfred. clorioos host. And thus
At such a glad event, the evening stars I !'
Together singi and merrily the sons ! 1
Of nght their joyouasntbems shout, to keep
I A happy Vslivali Or else, pfretance,
S.me other world, or system such as oars, 1
lis great,! appointed race has ran has won j
is brtlliant crown, and dolphin like, is now j
Euoiring on its bed of light and glory; if
WhilB brisht, and brighter still its form appears.
. -A if in mockery oi dissolving oeaiD,
Ano kindls upalresh iu glorious beams,
1 And tlnshes heavenly radiance down on this
Our h umble ohere.
Or may it b some high and favored lord
In llerscbe), Mars, or Jupiter, has pledged
His love to some fair dainael, fairer ef'n
Than here we fiad-( iueh there betnd how
The hor has come to Juio them band in band.
And heart in heart, and all in alitor life. I
by mutual, solemn, chanceless vows, (if such
Connubial peace and joy, those best, most pure,
Least in i!i red telicaof fair Eden's bli&S, i
Are known and welcomed thus in other worlds;)
Ami f cenes mi bright as most be those, & mirth
St highj and torches borne by; beings tnus , I
Siitvuor.a li?bt and beauty thiow
Our fifmameni ath waf t, shaming prood earth
In all her purest, oobtest joys her best, '
Mini lufty, and most wondeifol displays.
In thie revolted. ruined, wretched state,
Where sin has placed his ruthless foot, &. reared
. . .- . : . .. . 1 i .1 i!
His hloody throne, itis tyrant Bcepue swajeu.
! Or does this splendid scene evil portend j ''
To our own puiltv land ? Does it for warn j 1
; Of gathering torrasj black'ning with Heaven's
H;., rlvrce breath " ' .'-'! -' T:t i!
And thunderbolts of venzeaoce, ealhering thick,
Dark, life, with judgments ol; Almighty wttjh
Long, long deserved, and long delayed, to break
Their fury j hurl their hot and nery suaits,
In ruinous and desolating strokes
L Resist lsly againl;our nation 'a proud
Arid stately fori7ees, laying in dusy
Of deep oblivion all her basted fame j
-For having kabbaths desecrated oft 5 "
Tt. tpmnle of the livinff God defiTd' ;
Deformed Jehovah's image; crothd, bound down
-In wtiful bondage and in galling chains;
The Eternal's jealous honor trampled on:
'd.eMshrio'd.snd deiftd herself!
i Rather, mav not this. 'Brand tflulgence, high
laching, meeting, mingling, centering, losing,
MAn if our heeded, timely, and alone j i
fKJTtcient hf-lp must come from thence from
h . God)- ! ' -11!
A npear a bright and precious harbinger j
Of our wide country's safety j our country's
KcformauorT; more distinguished rank : I
Hr pei feci freedom 1 Kh 1 may this broad sheet
U,1lgn riling ilir ; o wiuo huuji;i
! Paint us a cheering, brilliant bow of hope,
Of promise and of mercy too ; present
A foil sketched impress of fair Freedom's flag
I Uoforl d o't r valley'depibe,snd mountain's tops,
Anxl ocean's waves , mi lis reiresmng- soaae
Aiworfd shall feel and biess ; till followed by
-An anff-l's fight, an angel's mighty trump .
Prociaimtng 4 Eaith is Freer j
'y -!fW - -If c:r :. '...-."-. Or yet perhaps,; -pf
fTis hot some new-beam'd rays, reflected bright
From Scienc's light honse, kindled up by fresh,
Surpassing efllirts made io sister fields; I
In Education's gloiious cause ; in arts ; .
And morals loo; 'iok'oicg the look'd-for dayj ;.
' When science clear, and moialspareshall throw
A triple sheet lof glory o'er our race. ji j
4 Still more, and better still, may not thbscepei
llespesk ihc; quick approach of happy timej j
Su Kmg foretold, so long, so much desired, j j
, Id alt their fullness, when shall come the things,
The glorions things, of thee O ! Zion, told,
Great city of our God. The bloody art
Of wholesale, licens'd murder, men no more
Shall practice and no longer learn. The swords
Tu plough shares turn'd, to pruning hooks the
- jjosf faithfully ihe ground of knowledge tilled,
Of virlbeaod religiun pure, the. heaveos ! ; j
ppn ; tiie spirne genue ncv uisui , r
Atutulant, needful sho wrs f grace descend ; ;
In latter 'da j, millennia) splendor clothed, !- j
rjfbesnnSof righieousoess 00 vety side I I
Breaks forth ; the scatier'd seed of truth. springs
op; -'v.--'-- 1 ' ." ' ' '-
The fruits of godliness abound ; ripens j 1
The harvest end in golden richness waves : ' i
Aod eai b cnbymeot and pursuit of men. : I ; j
Hears th1 inscription, Holirss to tue Ird!1
i Theo, ye invisible, ye moral orbs. - I v
Shine on! ; Shine on, thou malekless plan of
grace, - ijt i
Of love and peace ! Awake ye constellations
Of mercy boundless f Light your hallowed fires
And form t new Aorora, pngni ana cicar.
Roll op illuotteattoa's cheering tide
Sirunverand higher still, clory such
As worlds on hmh of livktg light, untrammell'd
Freedom, of wisdom perfect, fountain bliss,
Alone can caua!. can alone clipe,
And alone have witness'd ! More on! shioecn!
r?Ar.!rron nth fif trnth.aBd love and rece. I
If i The darkness into light convert; the night!
To day; the stars to moonf nay more to eans
Irt harmony and eeauty onwara ron,
Til Earth a second paradise become ; ..-
Till Gd, his Silver tftmpel shall let down;
, From the LytichLurg ; Virginian ' :
THE NEXT SPEAKER.
The first dotv to be rerfotmed. upon the
meeting of the next Congress, vjill be the elec
tion of a Speaker, which will prubably aflford a
fair test of the strength of parties in . the Hoose
of Representatives, relative to which there now
seems to be some diversity of opinion, arising
from the equivocal position of two or three of tne
members, who. f to ose the homarous expression
of the Salisbury Watchman,) are placed, in the
newspaper returns, between the collamos of
names. like t paddle-wheel to ilhe centre of a
boat, to steer both sides straight . Yet, circam
stsncee mar arise to 'enable ; those genUemanJo
continue for t while longer their paddle wheel n
pnsiuon waica pefosp may os iiituiraieu ye
more forcibly by thtj condition of St. Thomas
Aqainas's ass, between two boodles of hay ea
ger to reach the "spoil n Ion Either hand, but
dying at last from sheer starvation, lest, in
reaching after one, the other should be lost!
Mr. Fisher, of N. CI, Jodge Wick of Indiana.
and perhaps one or two others, are io this onen
viable plight suspended, not exactly like the
eoffio of Mahomet, between! Heiveti aod Earth,
but between Whig and Democrat; to be nltimate
ly drawn to that sio'e in jwhich the metallic
attract ion shall be strongest 1 ; :'
Teonessse, by the Whigs,-and Mr, Pickens
of S. C. and the " infmitabief Dr. 1 Duncan of
Ohio, by the Loco Focos. j If Br. Duncan, or
any other thorough -paced friend of the Adminis
tration than be run, we shall rely with entire
confidence opon the votes of the iiopaided gentle
men tor toe Whig candidate, becaase we take
it for granted they are not yet prepared to coa
lesce with the Administration; folly, and to take
a bold leap into its arms in the Svery first stage
of their probation. Bat the Administration party
win - prooaoiy tase op uir. rieaens, witti me
purpose, first, of conciliating! Mr. Calhoun and
South Carolina. an! as a token ot ithe perfect
consummation of the union be t jfeen the authors
of the Proclamation and the heroe9 of the Nul
lifying Ordinance and, secondly, for the pur
pose of catching such! stray sheep as Mr. Fisher
and Judge Wick, who wU bf course bo delight
ed with an ODDcrtonitv of maintaioiosr their av-
parent neutrality, even whil4 rendering the
most emcieni support . to me dispensers 01 ine
spoils. In either event, however, we regard
Mr. Bell's election ai pretty certain It will be
sore, if Maryland aod, Misaisstppi shall return
to the next Congiessasmany AVhig members as
tney did to the last, in that event, we can af
ford to spare all in that happy state of btttceenitu
which renders them jas doobtfujlbf their political,
as a famous toper once was of bra personal identi
ty, when rising from a diteb.S besmeared with
mod, he asked, "Am I Uilesj cr am: I not?"
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try are enormous ; ;t$ey should: be greatly rtdoc
ed, .It is pref a-iierops for a frfe government 10
derive a retrenoe from the transmission if inttl
ligeiwje. Newpjrpers should be sent sll over the
country for one cenHeach J and ten cents should
be; the highest pricVs of single letters to the
mijwt .distant partsof the Ucion. lhe rate of
postage between Providence and New York, for
instance, is 1SI cents, Private individuals would
carry letters for one third of that rate, and make
large profits then! jThe natoral consequence of
these enormoos rstestis, that large numbers, of
letters are sent by private, conveyance every day,
which, at reasonable prices, would be tent through
the mails ; so that, opoh the whole, the govern
ment would lose notbiog by. reducing the postage
to : rcosouBoio pnce; . a uv example 01 xungiana
in j this respect, is wel worthy of imitation. The
next Congress should look into the matter, and its
attention sooum be drawn to it by petitions from
different quarters of lio Union. Such petitions
would find nameroos; signers, and we think
would be favorably ceiyed by the government.
The only hope of a free government' is in the
general diffusion or education! and intelligence,
and the reduction of !the rates' of postage would
greatly facilitate the, litter. Paictuckct Paper,
CorrtspOndenu oMe National Intelligencer.
NX'S j?OEK, SlPTEMBCR 10.
The Great Western brings 110 passengers,
among whom are Gov Heynolds, of Illinois, and
Gen Rawliogs, from;! it is said, not unsuccessful
European money expeditions. The Great Wes
tern beat the British Quteo but, in time and
distance, 12 hours, but about ; 24 from port to
port. This trip has been a very boisterous one.
What is the state 61 the crops? was the first
question in Wall street. It Is difficult to an
swer this now, but the best opinion I can get
from reading a great variety of English news
papers is, that there will be sn average crop,
and that the crop pr "nearly joul of peril. Of
thjis, however, there! is pome doubt, and the
fact is not admitted ; to be setttled, and will not
be settled, probably i! even by the British Queen.
!oj France most of the grain had been harvested,
arid the crops were remarkably good.
The bank of England raised the rate of in
terest on the 8ih to $ per cent., and the rate
was fully sustained jj The imports of bullion
were much greater than Uhe export, although
the Bank of England contirioed to be drained.
That institution hid borrowed two millions of
the Bauk of Franc, and could have more if it
wished. American. stocks in London had sold
at still lower rate, and 'were unsaleable ; several
agents that went out ;ir the G. Western to nego
tiate loans returned without affecting .any ob
ject; but it is statedlin the Commercial. this
evening that Geh. Rawjngs and Col Oakly
bad aucceeded in negoUating a loan of $4,000.
000 Illinois bonds on; favorable terms.
The Queen was io; prorogue Parliament Au
gust 27. The penny Ipostage bill has become
a law. Mr Brunel 'has notified the Lord May
or of London that thef Thames tunnel is com
pleted to within five feet bf the Middlesex side.
England continued inigreSttagitalion on account
of : the Chartists, arid 1 their movements were a-
larming but were not feared. Most of the lead
ers have been tried and found guilty nd sentenc-
ed to imprisoomenti tor ;oce ano two years.
V From the Ohio State Journal
M O R E F R Jk U D IEiXP 6 S E D.
The clamor raised againit .banks by the Lo-
cu-iocu leauens is wuuuui sincerity, ana aeuo
erate and wicked fraud upon; the public. Facts
are too numerous, and significant to (heed com
ment, l bey are more than sufficient to fix a
burning and indelible mark; of shame npon the
forehead of every knavish demagogue who has
been engaged in propagating that belief that the Those concerned in: the Birmingham riot' were
vvoig party is too joanx party, xnty Know sentenced to death bus are:to be transported.
better. Locofocos have ever made i a point of "The London jTipnei says Mr Christopher
oar'tv tactics, in and out of i that Legislature, to Hnoha xn npmtiiinr with th Vmnok r2nv.
attack banks already established with ;such rank, I eriiment the recogDition by France of Texas,
propose sucn nonsensical and impolitic laws as
to compel the Whigs to disagree wit them, in
order to get op an accotion fit fori their frau
dulent purposes. But whenever tb Locofoco
party has had the power, it i has created banks
by scores and hundreds. : 1 1 1 - : j '.
The State Bank of Alabama, with a capital
of some Ten or Twelve Millions, was created
by a Jackson Van Buren Legislature 1
Most of the uanks in M ississippi, their capi
tal amounting to some 'SSeehsebi Fifteen Mill
ions, were created by the samel party ! I
J1U the Banks
the same part
All the Ban
same party 1 ! !
Jill the Banks in Indiana: were created by the
same pany M ! J-v J . .
Jiuthe tritd'iJat Banks m ftlichisan were
it . i
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raiPAY. SEPTEMBER 87 1830
Jclr. Van Burets
What must Mr.!! Calbouol and tb!e other
friends of the Specio Sub-Trcasqry thick,
whea they ire told, that the Giimalkia is
tlectioaeeriog amoog the Yorkers for e pa
per Sub-Treaturt wbtcb is to make New
York: City the great Emporium ojT Mags,
and (he whole Sooth tiler tributaries. We
lake 'the following !from the National Ictel
ligencer, of the 14th. I : ' ..-.
" Mr Van Buren continues his progress through
the ipteriorof this State, ind is now! on a cir
cumambient gyratidn, the prepono!eiaoce of
which is a tangent towards this city.) Guns,
dragoons, flags, &c.4rc, with processions, an
nounce the projection of the tangent, and the
comet upon it: I j most be pardoned! it I do
not speak respectfully of Mr Van Burens move
ments in this State, i He is here palpably and
clearly opon an electioneering errand. j In every
village he has his caocos of leaders. In every
speech there lurk his party purposes. The un
reconciled Conservatives are wooed with his de
licious smiles, and the mellow grasp of his" ten
der hands.; We are hot " bought by the banks "
now,bot have no hostility t0 the Vet0 York
banks." "An exclusive specie currency is not
what! I want, but an JrufepenJenf Treasury, in
whicb a New York currency will hare its perva
ding influence in the! Union legit imatised by the
enaetxnents of law.' Thus Mr Van Boreo is
tracked by the conVcrse of. his Subordinates. ' A
vigorous attempt rs every where made to wheedle
the moneyed icfloenceof this State into a Pirza
l 5- "
see an humbled Senafe'cJid a bribed House,
they would never have! thought of givlrg
more power to the Executive arm One
bold bad man has arisen to confute by bis
acts all the theories of Hamilton and Adams,
another less bold and equally bad mantis
proving the power of the executive in an
other; wsy. i No, no ; we never with our
present means of judgment, never could have
been Federalist!, tnd no one will charge txs
erith it j who Qes not expect to " reap some
advantage" from the fraud and deceit J :
THE MAILS. .
common with our bretbern of the
we suffer from the bad arrangement
and irregularity of the mails ; or the incom
petency of Postmasters to perform their du
ty. We have been barrassed with messages
and letters of enquiry from our subscribets
on the subject, a few of whom.bave discon
tinued their papers, from; the want of better
mail . (facilities. ; . -All '-;thai. we can answer
them is. that their papers are regularly put
into the Post Ofilce at this place, at which
office we believe they receive all due atten
so that the 'fault is not in us, or the
Postmaster at this place.
Fermonf. The Boston Atlas slates that
Jen n ison's majority for Qbvei nor, over Simhe
YV. TL, will bo about S000 votes. Io the
ore the parties, iaccordiog to the
same psper, will Stand thus :
i . Whigs. Locos. Cons.
To be beard from (last year,) 4
The Locos (says, the Atlas) claim five
members who are returned as Whigs, also
the Conservatives of coarse they count up
on a Loco Foco majority in the House.
Reform the temperance, question, and in
some instances. Abolition, have been used
TfifE RACE OF THE STEALERS, by the Loco Focos against the Whigs. The
d i air i jl 1 il j j.. - Whigs, however, so tar irom being despot
Bpttsh Affairs, 4-c-Tbe question of ;h)9 uK, anticipate from It benefi-
speed between the Great Western; and the I Clai; effects. It shows them the necessity
British Queen, upon which eveijt a good lof union and energy. '
deal !of money was hazarded) was decided
in fairor of the Great Western, in hir late By the Editors' Correspondence of the
bomfward: Toyageby Iboutj 12 heirs dif- NaUonal Intelligencer, w? learn that notu
ference, that ship having made tbejjuickest witbstantiing the favorable news by the Great
passage eter yet bade!' between the-two Western, and the abundance of our crops,--
couniness That isfto sly, hiving jreturned the Stock market in New York, experienced
to the British Port in 12 days and 12 hours, considerable confusion orrtbe 14th and 16th
The successful ship has again viste us af- inst. We copy an extract of the correspon-
ter a boisterous trip of 16. days ; we nave a dence : but would remark et the same time;
report through her, that the young Queen that we ?ery much doubt the importance at-
The affairs of ihe jEast mav be considered as I of Great Britain is shont to lake to hpmelf I tached to the matter, bv the letter writers
settled, the five.Gre! Powers having jnterfered . .1 m i. . 1 fw-LI L t I Thi mmi knnvr. nrf nn.ht tn r.mU
to whtrh the Fnrlft hid iMnnUrf Th o nn " ue,r' vv" Mr yiv s www a oqm w i - j ' ,
farther alarm from ihst qoarter.
jl he political new. generally, is without in
terest, except that which relates to the East.
NewiYokk Siptcmber 11.
be Prince Albert Francis, son of tpe Duke
I ! I ! I; .- ' ' j -I
of Sue Coburg Saslfield, nephefv
King of Belgium; but later reports
There was not time Yesterday when I wrote! diet 'this statement, so that Prirlce John
to read and digest twenty. four days later of Eo- neednot vet despair. We , give the Intelli-
ropean news, aoo ioe cooiic nad not jhad -time I j . , ' . r i ;
to read it, so tnai inere was qoite a wrancie in BOMV'F " ul6CBfc ,u m
lhat 'unnecessary alarms will very much em
barrass the banks so long as they are made
yet to feel concerned and watchful, best be
comes us ; as the derangement of our bank
ing Institutions are, at best, dangerous and
fearful. ! - . 1
' . I the street as to the character of the news, wheth- I Rrpal Wpstprn. tshirh ia in riditirin in thnt
in iArkaosas iiwere created bv ar n. uJa rrM-wik-- -n . 1 . . i . . 1 .- .
m Missouri were created by the ) . j.-i-.- .rft ;n tb fi i bv the G. W. seems favorable to American
- 4 I t . 1 "
5 J .- f
The general impression now is, that the news
is good, or rather promises to be good. Money,
it is true, was scarce in Ireland, and bore a
high rate of interest; bat the panic was over ;
creaieooy ine same (party, i ; I the exchanges were! turning, or tamed, in favor the times is the attempt to represent the Whi
. .tovum. . .u.- of! England ; bullion; was ranining there from all party, as the old Federal party.! Tbejpeftinacv
logcapiiai was aooea Dy ine same pan jj quarters of the world ;jahd the crops, or pros- with which, this deception is kept ap-sjbows that
In Ohio, the number of the banks was m- wts for the crops, is noldjf not good. Things those engaged in the plot reap some vantage
creased by the sameparly, in the short space uf were eiearlv settling down there into a qaiet fromlthe fraud and Mdeceit practised! jlOther-
jaur years irom inirieen o ftrenry , ana me gtlte Tfae Chartists were ffoinir to work strain, wise ihev would notivolontarilvScontinlie so un-
iJanking capital of tfie Mate, doriogthe nine The Btnk of England was discoontina commer- worthy a course. We have frequeni(y'referred in and bought tbem up at 2 aod 24 per cent..
. V . . Z vrt r j . j I ciai paper, thoogn at six peri cent, mere was I to this matter oeiore, ana naTet made isome -ex-1 wnicn euaoieu mem, eaomutiiig io ine saave, io
Correspondence of the JYational Intelligencer.
New York, Sept. 14.
Wall street is blue, in the technical language
of the day. Th State Bank, which has had
the redeeming of the Safety Fund Bank notes,
Otje of the most bald and foolish devices of gave ont that it would no longer redeem them
reason not, assigned ; but the presumption is, it
has not been provided with fands whicb, an
nouncement created qaile a panic in the street.'
The merchants who had Safety Fond Bank notes
to sell, to take op their own notes in Bank, were
in a panic; for a moment; but the brokers came
Saturday ras a
market, and the like 1,
the suspension of
den announcement tf ;
would no longer rede :
Fond Banks, corner
every business traass; ."
did not know t?hat v
are about over it, hv,
ment :s made with tl 3 .
least, and fortunate i: '.
it'is so, for a faux yc: '.
Dock Bank led toths c:
street to-day is calr. :r.
notes,1 and not have t.
they have handsfull cT
market is recovering f
States Bank has gezi v
have advanced a tri."!',
tolerablj scarce. Tl :
on it is the sale cf U:
11-8 Io 1 1 2 dlzzzzz:
is uneasy. 1'hcrs h z. .
The currency is eo c:
so disordered that pr:;
shake and vibrato cr.: I
end of all this it 13 i: ,
have been grcpin 7 i
abandoned the t';:'.
Madison, and toe!: tl
It is stated that lit V
city to-day in cog. ca I
hat I believe , he has r
may be down io the AI
You will observe in
mense amount of fcrc:
imports are not all en .
is the pressure npen t!
that these goods are
auction, to the ssricu ? 1
can importer and mir.:
derangement of tho f;:
are thus put doubly sit t
ain. Its bank suct3
knocks down our cctt: .
own manufacturers, c
at home, inundates cur :
and, turning the tiia c
os, drains ns more tr.'J .
tals. We have to
home. . The Bank cf 1
of theJQnited States ;
street is Tbreadnet J':
Bie Biddle,' of .whom
.1834 and 1836, hasde:
though the Nicholas I
amid his graperies on 1!
yet the monster part c 1
currency in a bank par!
don. Are the Peer;! 2 -
.. f. -
: !l :
itid b!uw in l.Q,ret. longest ; sweetest ootrs,
The Jobie.if tuart's Uederoptwn.
Iki. UarliButou. dept.. 9, oo.
dred Thirty two Thousand Two Hundred and i
Thirty nine Dollars 111
In six years from the time I the same party
came into power with Gerii Jackson, Four
Hundred and JVineiy new Banki Twlere created
in ibe Union 1 ! These facis are sufficient, one
would think, to sealithe mouthis of those honirrv
. , . . .
demagogues, who go about crying by the way
side and ia public places that she VVhiir party
is the Bank part v. with an eternal silence. If
shame were any part of their composition, they
would haog their heads and be atiJl.
a italic of reducing the' rate of interest to five I ocsures which moved pretty conclusively that. I turn unenrrent into current money
per cent, no longer were; one pound notes I as iaf as olcNedfiraiists were connected with ei- 1 ane panic, or sonetniog eise, wnicn 1 nave
thought of as a remedy for the run of specie. thereof the political parties that now divide the I not time now to onrayel, got into the stock msr
According to nc:
anu ai ine ringing ci
ble portion of the ci::
sembled at the Ccur:
ning of the -25th in::.
adopting measures t
Debating, Society, ;
On motion of Dr. I
Col. R. W Lc:
Chair, & J J. Brur.::,
On motion ol Jo!;:.
Dr. Henderson rc
object of the jneetin ,
ding some very appi c t
were continued to c
Gentlemen present : .
lowing Resolutions '
mously adopted :
Resolved, That in t!
iog, a Debating Society :
of the citizens, and rrJ; :
vantage to the particip:
j- Resolved, tlierefore, 'I
the necesaary measure: :
On motion, it xr:.z
Resolved, That the f
appointed a Cora mint t
By-Laws, &c, tor the r
Committee. Dr. L. !
Dr. P. Henderson, J( !
J. S. Johnson.
On motion of Dr. II
Resolved, That the f
a Committee to obtain z
to hold the meet in 23 if
REDUCTION OF POSTAGE.
i . . ' . ! : it.-
In relation to this subject the Fredericksbarg
brmitv of the rate.
Arena remarka :
The payment in
greater innovation than the redaction and uni
advance, in all cases, is a
sentials of the reform.
Will be two fold security! against 'loss on dead
letters, and creator5 simplicity in the details of
the office Editors are parliculaily interested in
Ibis feature. 1 ' !
The abolition of the franking privilege by the
members ot the ISrttish farlianient,;is a selt-de
nvinc ordinance, which we are inclined to thick
to make an estimate of t
pense for its support, v:
Commit tee. Col. II
and Capt. G. M. Wc
On motion of EIr.
Resolved, That tha
merce were sold at 95 Kentucky Bank, 79 ; djn of this' meeS- P
Stonington Rail Road. 23; Illinois Bank. 79 l 0i "jj! f3 mcetI 1
Mjiy tjoctx bidm, 00, etc., arc. 1 nis iicKlisn
ket, and stocks went down like stacks of brick.
The U. S. Bank began the tumble at 103i
1034 103 102, cash and, at last, on the se
cond Board of Brokers, 400 shares were sold at
100 cash. I Two hundred shares Bank of Com-
eleel is one of the es-
There was not the least fear of a suspension. 1 country, there is about ' six oh one side to half
The Government hid succeeded in negotiating I a dozen on the other: If we examine principles,
nearly all its Kxchequet bills, snd its credit was 1 it is evident that the modern patent democrats
sustained. Thought the manufactories were vet are more high toned and ultra io their notions of
working on short 1 hfjurs, cotton promised to be I Executive prerogative than even the old feder-
cn the rise, and the f moment money was easier, I alists themselves. Jllex. Gazette. !
knvA m Iaba vale Af !inlAiet MenArtAttlav I I & f r
That this ,l bald and foolishl device"
h hnav aoain. Th Amrirp thi ATPninor in. 1 hnnld he resorted to bv the Van Kifrn mn I condition Of Ibe Stocks IS almost tmarwmnUhlA I V u u,v"uui UJC 1 -
diffinmlv rmark. ? VVe msv rMnnablv norm I . n i :! I L-y , I 1 US tnonev marxet here, however, is in a vprr V iucci bebiu vn
" w " j - - - 9 . ? - c j j i i wr nn 1 1 inn nnvi n i aw vbvii n 9 i nnaai on Am nWAArs. r w i . .
lor ameliorating and improving accounts by eve- . j 7 " i- owsTM Jvv- bad way.! The Secretary of the Treaaart, in at early candle li-hti
ry; arrival, and, asiho Great Wesiern has brought w f eouga in conscience, icui mat l June or Joiy, stent into Wall street and absorb
news that is zbodlmm may anticipate by the I . arlin9 memher of the Whirr r!art etill I d ho two millions sod a half of its resources
British Queen, to bjexpectedhere from the 18th 1 . I . j -. w. K ,f I I io Trsainry notes. The States have also been
prvjcMns iu ig, fluyuiufrcsuii io i nere pressing their stocks. The pott notes too.
mis r'jraua ana acceu," in oraer 10 pro I "ucu me c&su qi toe capttausis nsuauy
duce a separation between the. constituents
the 20th. intelligence vet better.1
American slocks are almost unsaleable in Lon
don, but some sale; have been effected (condi-
sionaliy, however, as to l!ltnisj both in Illinois
bono?, l re conatuqns or me Illinois sales, now
over are reported to be eneh as cannot be accept
ed and such as will fall through. The Commis
sioners are here, ffn i
The stocks in the" citf to-dav have stood firm,
some advancing UVS. Bank to 1061 ; and there j
were large operations, indicating more firmness
J. J. BziuxEn, 2::
We are reqj
those favorable to il z
our Congress will not adopt, jbougb sanctioned 1 anj a net spirit iba we have seen fur Borne fact of endeavoring to' represent (this as a
by such a precedent. Yet Itjfs very important tjmc. Xhe itnpresion ;ts, that
that this privilege abused as-it has been to an iIa .heir dsv.and that now If is
The oractical Question which arises, is the ef
fect the proposed btnges inly hte upon the
revenue of the Department.;! We should oot
coueider it an objection to thl scheme, were it
oot demonstrable that it wjotild greatly dfmieish
the receipts. It never was intended that the
Post Office should be a source 'of revenue to the
Government. Heretofore, the great exlensioo
the bears have
the torn of the
on deposite. When promises to pay, considered
appnr will mmiMml 1 a rva. '
stocks most accommodate their price to the valoe B0ClecJ 10 ,cpd t
miserably execrable. Such has been l?e ""'"J 00 lotere"- l he coming forward 4 uesaay evemo-, r
course of .the organ pf Mr; Charles is no money to meet it. In the .mean time, the P"00 01 a
Fisher, ever since! be has been elected to BanK ol; 2"d screws os down to screw u-
bbii op. its gripe is on us lur more specie,
which, as the rate bf exchange is, is likely to
go. The rate on Iondoo now talked of, for the
the Great; Western, is 110, and even 110 1-3
j - j 1.5 i ,l i : . i nureii ujust uany uut specie. j. one lie oau
Now once for all, be it known to Mn Chas. signs all. But the exchangee of the Union.
uviiivio ivi oia uivuit(9 U6 uuvr tACIUwla
of that party, is not only bald and; foolish,
Congress. And such in particular is the
for the one propc;;
making choice of 0.
Fisher's organ f we mention his Mme be- ownoie jor six mootRs past, are, n
i .. i ,i I . i . : T i. lung. On Georgia the rates have
to 7 percent. On Mobile eichtni
IT . t .1 - " i -T . - 1
nun iwjj tue coaniry csd saomu 10 ims 18 a
O irf- Tf- -. 'J . ' ... . wlihv. w Kv. hh ii uis m i nr,rRni. un .hm eiCDinvN IB 112 l.'l
tered.agentlemao?6 tipuse in Norfolk on tsFp4ciy benefit, and we have no doubt at How long the country can submit
the night of the 11th by way of the chim- ,.rt -. . i ? . -H.J . , problem to be worked out : bot it is
ney and ensebnsea Himself in the library 018 fnstance-e it known and particularly oody or other must be ruined amid
upon one of the shelves among the books!
I iCIa iniiftA fh n a ; ' iriA arv maHiw jaa Ilia
aod improvement of mail faculties, has preven- ... . l t; ? Ji u j-
. 1 .1 Hmif nlqoa arhmK k A.it.atl hint in h niim.
ted a surplus revenue, whieh would have accrued rtmr"t?!$?:mi. "w " j-
were the mail routes of any one year considered ereuwueivopuu wy ui-
iKo norma nnt Mtahtiahnipht rf thn Donar impnt. I vers im elements of household economy, bv
,. . t . . J. ii'S. ..i . I.I- .i -J. : t . t. 1 L. 'I I. ! .llhhnnh n. m hi.h Ktimm nn tU'A
we are oi opioioa inai, iot ine urat year or io 1 ine geDiieman apu,.ut iiouse maiu, "my ia- j w "'Sf'f -1S,UCUID inuco
there would be a tallmg off lriihe receipts but djt' retreating rapidly the while lft great j and abilities of the Lsiding men of the old
Jr. .i y w T , ?r "t1 . ' aurrenderrl iinrnnthttonailv: but in consid t I ' . r r '
collected by Mr. fe ar his1 argument on thb of the literary inclination of the
point, as perfectlv conclosrve.
We are in favor ihen ojf the proposed change.
It will be frauffbt with beneficial eonseoQentts
io a moral, commercial arid f political puint cf
view, aoa aeservs me senoom sitemiua or every
v iiwpo mere miasm nuoeiaj. xae
prisoner his life was i spared bim. icA-
mono isowpuer f
6ooner the change is effected the better
Postage The rates of pos
j The School Fce. In addition to the reterna
heretofore published, we learn that the School
Law has been ratified bv; large majorities in Boo
onnbe. Havwood. ileodfrsoo. Macon and Cher
okee, abd that it has ! beeti ! resetted fa Ylncv 1
ageln.thiscoan- Coantv. Rat Riff, f
for tue cai.
Pursuant to nctic? z.
Whigs of Iredell w:
in Statesville, oa the
purpose of appointin
certain som. 1 gates of the other G
remembered, that, neither bf us is in the I ing operations. The fact is, now the vast mer-1 roaSDon Wednesday.
least degree amenable to it, tor otir political cf nule ipsof the coootry, the producing motion, ivoi. v
i B. . i s I rl.naopa alan. ira hhnrmit fr tk r i I Chairman, and J. A. t
. I - j t ' . .. -m I. . I .w. .mo vvucui VI 9 IBW I
8iD8 auu we proiesi against its onpeitaKingr great capiulists and the office holders, who,
to iudee us. To our Patrons we) will sav. corn weal or come wo, reirolarlv have their
. i salaries; auo tue oromiss ut ttti tiornm.ni t
- . " - a a , i .1
mane ihipgs better ia bat another txpcrimtnt, n I particoiariy towarus
which practical business men have not th l.aat of tbe Goveromeot, i.
cunnlence.and which ih Irnn-t . 1 lowm? Uenueoen
ins and impracticable. I viz: Messrs. Jspph I:
i ... a m ar i T '
I J. IYi. tSiKMP. J. iJ i
WBW Yoar, September 15. nn motion of Mr. J
n . 'mi. . ' ' I -
uor oaiety t and Banks succeeded vpatardsT I the Chairman was z..
fternoon io makimr
I t.' r. .- Mm . . . e ' .
ry. After a Dnei anu ,
object of the meeting.
marks upon the com:
in error: and if they bad lived to see what !
'. . :" .' i' -f.--.ti
we nave seen since ueneral Jackson came
into power, thev1 would have said so too:
. ' , m - -: r : v
If they bad seen to what extreme: a popular lhe State Banks tor the redemption of their
t . L..."u .L- .lJ.v : wtwnai ine arrao?emenl was. or wbetli-
i icsiucui i.uuiu sucicii lue executive pre i r ii il; i . m.- .. .
i . i i , a 7 r j v I er 1,1 lf bsoks have come into ii, is not yet
vpgauye ana .so wnai exicni we Revenue of Known, i j This, news, 1 presomf, will tend to
J. A. Yotjkg,
the pov eriiment coulibe used fottnMence I W PiJ
and ttyytetin f Tf)hey mfocd h tentS
ooderstuud that the U States Bank have
post notes into our market.
Afire in Chsrlr
ing, destroyed ten
Ing near the ccr; :