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nsernoa. , Court Ur
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i j per annum In "advance
AJvertiflK inek 8 fHre for l firsb" I
i n-. t rr acn luoseaueiH
P AJOUUNEMAIS' PRINTER.
1 At the TvDOCTaiahicni Celebration in
"pKVstcr.A feWldayssinfce, Mr. William
; Welles, a journeyman, gate the fob
lowing sketchoE Ins lileK whacti if Ihe
t we ever
J '.i'Yl -If? KEE? A CHECK j tj?0 ALL TOUR i ""S j? i BtTLElS. ! DO YTOSi AS LlEEST
1 KJrJUV',:;""- LJ j rfti
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I : ...I - I ' ' ' ' Mi -1 ! rl " - j ' u ; - . 1 : "i - :, ;. ' -' - , ; . - '
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1 " -' : ' F!-
' Editors & Proprietors.
-hit has often been rr
r-l-:5-- - NEW-SERIES.-:-
f ' NUMBER oUoir VOLUME H.
iile I wat discussing the ills of life, and Ictildren,) who had made a mistake in sending
anu no owner cow.a oe lounu.i . u, j
Among this money is a gnin! deal of counter-
Cvrefttrst mess p
ffrt. He ws: !
parked (hiU thrt fbjrtunesjof thb members
of lh i) pogrnnmc;u prolusion nav t,ecn ty inconvenience of being 400 miles from ! it, and no owner could bc URi
;.mofaiviieu nncrprecaricmsinan mat homP ;n ,he wilderness listenimr to the
ot ny Other CI.lp metj. ije phanges ( sueS cf Lake. Erie and the cravings offfr't. The letters arealllabelied; notonly With
cottft.ntly faking place n their .circum- ampmpiy stomach, a centleman tanned 1 ,he sums, hut'also whether containing counter-
stances renuer Mien) an casy-rcy to all me uon the shoulder in a good' natlired ;Jelt op eood rnoney. Ther?!Were many.ibad
he yicissitpdes ol l.le. , ! manner an(l askp( me if ' Wft prin. I smail hills, scattered through the piles. !one
r-1 i J "e I l,uclfeciHl - eing.T ,Pr ? 1 answered! him in the affimative!
V q cKis of mehj in any age o the world, Me wished to know whether I would gc
. vygilen cvuHnce ol so groatersalili- to Geneva, and take 'a situation in his of
ty 01 laienr, universal Kiijowiet ge anu va- ;
PRIDAY, PRIL 17, 1846.
case there was ' a had half eagle -in another
were two letters, each containing $300 coun
terfeit money ! It was on sorn New Y. Bank,
UNHAPPY jSJATE OF THE GOV-
In our paper of Thursday last, in the
course of some remarks on public affairs,
we said : f Arid nmong nil discreet, intel
ligent, :and patriotic men there is also an
entire unanimity as we believe, that the
have diTne'morc ll:in ar:v ,
its adviiniages,'ahd ta f i; J; '
tst'atid Intelligent jmati t c u
with his rich neighbor and ''
banc gold and silver. An 1 iLi -foMhe
friends of .the poor.,
. 44 As ye understand the. I n
in tlie Banks of this'ctty avemu'
millions, or nil that shall he 'll, r
ly, muii he drawn out as w ;?
and all duties must thence.! rv.
peciand La lucked up till i
The arerage amount o!j?p '
city hanks miy a little exc '
dollars, and at the present r J
i change,is more likely to djmihl-'
I he efTecl of diverting one.lj i.i
From tbe jPetersburg Intelligencer,' of April 9.
BREAKERS 'AHEAD. V
si - ilia ivj uc iuu 1:1: 11c I .ill iiiiui cssiuii union" . ;
, . i 4 n i ternmeni lock-up ?aies, wiieie i;
those competent to ludire. that the mercantile ; t-.,-jr ir ...
( 4 m 1 1 vi uiiiilUUllir, IIIMCtlU
I It 1 1
nara;v. nojni out : ana ;:
should inrrpai. r vnti!il inJir.i-
.community arc in great danger of a revuUion. 1 nowde, a generous and fifiji!
The evils brought on the juntry by the'uncer- we ncpd hardly. point out; a:n
tain condition of our Forefcin Afiairs have been
yriety of readi
cal. . The- biogrhphy of
i lice 5 l accented nis oiifr (he siinned a , .1 i .Mr .i
ful right or clairrt."
the body Typographi- ; 1 bill into my fingers) and I accom-
... - . j, - ! HIV
! maty printers ; WL:,wl Wm-ft fj;noJ" o,;,t - ! le following editorial remark: "Thn In- , -n are aira u 10 etnoars in4uew emerpnzes.
i ,il. ) ! "' 'M or was suspicious ne was watched, and. ne nee !.ii! i -r i.m - :ri ! ,:i,r..-t, r..n . i .,-:. .
j i j. . ., ,! , . , , , ' "iiis"iicer is sun oi opinion umi 11 any ; .jnansi ic -ciu.ii uyamm" iur uiu
i bad heen too cunning to call for the wicked de- - .;.! L i. i ... r li:r. :. k . i
wages amounted to
would he both amusing -land instructive. f iJ..m.
By way , of , kwtrji ing ; flni abc v:e dec W when j roneved adventur(
,ttio, offer. the owing crud mbling If j havo beLn cmflnpd U the same
recaiiecnons oi j oinewnat a iventurous
Journey jhus.fnr tturougb lif ; not that I
v-wouiu. m o umncmim my nr onety lor matl (or treason, and your humble servant ! token of this modest kind, enveloped in a letter
-my many .haif. tyf ' Fa,P l'U ,rm slipping a dirk into ihe ribs of a 6 on-! nied wordsf and intended, in
.an inclination t0j let my ellpu; craftsmen ; cho no a,r(,mpted to take his life. I e mind of wrher' f lH dfare5t S1!1 1,1
Should result from! my experie hce, to be-
posite of his confederate. In!! the strong ;box,
dun- ) also, was a box of rhanire, of all kinds, and a
geon in the Carcal of - .Buenos Avres, with i large string of rings of variob fancies arid val.
Don -Manual Hossas; the latter gentler i ues taken Irom the dead lettpj-s. ! Manyalove
country oughtnot to be involved m vvarjalrpad .f, we-rem:irked he j "ch a pnfioo..-H
unnecearily,ioriin.detence of any doubt- ; v v u , , .1 . ch w,U and uulful Icgt.Lt..
: j ' -v su........i: nor. certain v vv hutm tin' ;
-But if tbe Sub-Treasury ili ! i
law of the land.it may perhq;? !
sonic of its cril byahe fjee :
lofore Congress that cttabli?'.!:!
In the Uniou ol Thursday night we find , Sfme of ,he tvV3 of an.acfual 6ta,c of war
incident s 61 -my
of o hers. '
ijutinu tui; M-coru yi me
limes, for the anmsemeri
. I served nearlv '..) ven V
shi p i nt h e o I lice df i U e lat u Aid j r man Sey
mour, 49 John stVeet N. Y. lib this office.
.wa.sSioc i at v d a s fel w-w o r k m en w e re t h e
late Commissari Geuenkl of this Slate.
fh. Chandler, Mhvor H-irper, N. York :
Morns, Inow editor and
New York M rror;' John
; Foreman, form, of the
notorious ' M i rat i d i E i pt-fcl 1 1 i o n and your
' humble servant. !
About this time jl pallid thn first num
ber of the New iVjork America n then cd
Jled by Charles ling, Janies II Hamilton
.and Ou ban C. .Vj'rjihmckL Tl e first, edi
)(m of Sa InKigu imI i' was also printed in
inn iiuiiv ""ouiiinis tune, irom the iUS
l.rn ,lnnl in.tho' Tnrtnli M-ifV. If rl ' I tuft vefse, had, instead oftifeaching its into-
ame Col. Coe. daughter of Gov. Bnlcarce i res,,ni d3t,nati..ii. brought np m the dead let-
and eaten cassade root with the negroes ,y . , , , m . .
.i-ii . . . i- ' . .. these cold, "rev-haired clerks, who never stoon-
Gen. Cieorre I.
puhlUherof the, '
V U'ind Elliott, th.
of the coast of Africa, from a cocoanut shell
Tbave had an audience with Gov. Bal
carce in the Castle, of Buenos Ay res, as
oie of the suit of Commodore W. Wool
sey, then commanding the U. S. Squadron
i on the coast of Brazil, and Acting Charge
at the Court of Don Pedro. I have built
aj 'saw-mill and dam across Bear Ijake.
AVestern Michigan, and been in every sta
tion in the printing business, from Devil
to I he Editor and publisher of a city Daily.
Iwas'eh'Cted Vice. President of the lust
Harrison State Convention ever held in
the. U. S., at Nible's, Garden, New York.
As Editor oi the Washington fcounty
Posr, I wrote the first editorial in favor of
lL-jiirison for the Presidency. I have sip-
peil mat fa, and kicked my toes amidslt the
claim or right of ours'be in the very least ney instead of diffusing it throught the ordina
degree doubtful, it must be gtven up ih all j ry channels uf (business.
haste. ; t j This gloom upon the community is deepened
' Knowing of old the art with which the , ,he d w hjch lhrefJten, the Tarin:
.I i I r u srlil Innt rfu- in Inrfrn suma la pi-pn nnu'
Wont to color the opinions of an ad versa- . , . , .1. . , ,
, i 1-t ii-. . i u ..I i i under the present I antf, stt indent as it rs de
ry to give pJauibilitv to a reply, we should K ; ; .
be aulhorized to jattribute the above i. 1 dared to be by it opponedts, going to furcigi
stance of perversion to his ancient tactics, c0001"1-
system, wriien, as nas iieen t J en i
paper,' is the proper and necG;san
of a ystem of cah dotiesi
1 With a warehousing Haw, t!
would no longer lic called ujif!: a.
ranee the duties to the govern ::u:
only pay them as the goods were r.
oreijrn t , i
I'd o o sumonon. -
Iiat COUid have Caused this, lJUt I Ilinr lK.rA vrtniU l.ft n a
I. ift JVi I a .
did wp not feci in: charity bound to ascribe lhe tact that.ine value ot obr lmpoits exceeded duties, and thereloro nieasur.it. .
it to ii cause calculated to inspire commis- ' that of our Eiports that wje have bought more clause would be innocuous. N c
cj-atioki; rather 'than anger. The distant than we havo sold ? If such be the operation oul thi suggestion fir consIJe rati
ed to read the tender effusiori ihat cost so much
racKing u ine neantnn'rs?-t.anii tnoaeucaie i-Kkiu n.rU tU .. . j . m , . .. ..
rJri ra ,scr i ii : i , r,u'v , r.i uapo, ii. .,, , unuer me present iarin, wnai must ne me ei
Dleuire ot anection had hopn trtsspd into ihft; iron ' i i ' nir it . .. , i
-'. : t i s npp rnpiipii vwvn n r Hnvivnnn npppn .! . 1 1 .
... yiy . - j y. ieci oi reuucinu it, anu eniarmnza market here
nf WaShinifoiV Iivflnr Ik t lw . . ; !
t .oince alterwiuds I set un the three first, i i t i .i -n r i
V-nU'Worihe ilLcl, lLk1: v the same I l"'''!,.'lash'.ng V?S i Alf
'it- r i iin'UM.on me uauKs oi me ia ruwa, in
chest, instead ;of encircling tlie taper-finger of
the love fir whom it was purchased.
i . i
anu outer mings. i saw one specimen
most splendid ribbon, of several yards,
earjy in this month, the mind o
"!iif t.l r . I w t I
1 KM m j
passing out of the ches . the matters that -" v " , cie. nroduced l.v imnortinr
- . -i . ' -i . . . : i ii vi-rv nnhannv stntR ? snoh. inrtiptl. nstn 1 1 "
jour eye on .ne sne vesjanu ,n the Cases , rTM -Wf.iTZLu . V.T; fuT ports will pailfbr, we add
.Hi. ;r,..-nt:n ii.; i 1. .1 lAUiin iiul iiiiiv i lie av ill mini iiul iuc of - i
iv... ki.:U-.-4 I nous nnnre hensions ot his triends. It was i" - v . .-
, (;mih.5, iiutici j, atiu o Mi""' ' II , : 1 l. f, ,
i .1 . . j - ! li-.....i f ..o,:i I. : ,1 i wiV hri x o or.rasinn lor th
Ot a HWjH ii iui tx ;ilLi!t: iii.il auiiic auuiui i&ru . j: .
seemed very much out of place here -when it
was intended toadorn the bonnet of some
A package lay hear that had hot been opened.
1 he; -.postage wasi
the offices where
postage, and was
111 l(njt..i. I .1 I . s-t i
. X" . ykeu upon tip . uoiutn
Han uenum j Old B Ht- Russell,' who
mscliargrd me Irom office for drum
niiiVg A"njkce Dqoille as I beet tho last
s et of the inside of his paper one thornV
iig. aOeil ha.viii5 mrkul 1 toke ns imperial
itlijti tie.pirLiliiig ten hours! From
Urt6ti l went tollilairu and Grlul's nffir.
.' AttdoytTr. ilass.; jind w,W employed in
:- vi'fijpm JiM MS, Gibiis ij.brew
tL' Xicou,! vyUicb, contained nineteen differ
i.. . ... - v.. : . ,.
led' draty At lb iHpt7iod o
ry, 1 procured a jMidsbipinun':
ami Aventi to se.t in the friia
I u . 1 -
wtine, C(thppi(lore Moms
flie fdtiti ailr-d from Harnntkin Roads.
in r pirmunr. iciXO. nriviA": oii tioard as
pp:i'engfr. -that iljiisfribus statesman and
patriot, .Gijert M irli r, Marq lis de La
ftyiMte.r ltrMi! ' i voyage l o 28 days,
, f saw tmich )f th)s great, good man. The
. (tnieral cionlerred .k particular favor upon
J-nV by ti J iuit mgfto my ca e a r.-ltt le snake.
?m opossum, a grey sqmrre ,cocl4
company with Mrs., Hallet, (the accom
pji.sed lady of Stephen Hallet, printer to
the. Buenos Ayres G()verament.)- in his
coach-and-four, who was at that. time the
richest man in Buenos Ayres.
Printers have been proverbial in all a
ge$ of the world, for their notoriety, j As
anj instance of fluctuations o( their for
tunes I might cite the case of that -exalted
rose, from tVie humble: condition of an ap
prentice boy to the most exalted station in
m. .... . ... ; !
.,v poodle 'd(J t hk last, a
It was from England.
63. It had been refused at
sent, necause it us enormous
sent to the dead office in due course of time.
Now, said theiSuperintendenH I will shoW you
what valueless t hings are sent through the mails,
in comparison to their expense. I do not know
what is in this; but we will see. So he opened
it, and behold, it contained: about a yard of
coarse cloth, like crash, worth perhaps a shill
ingwhich had been sent to; some dry goods'
house in this country, as a specimen of the
manufacture of the article, by some factory in
England. Of course, the postage being thirty
times its value, it was refused by those to whom
it was directed. I saw two night caps that were
! taken from a letter only a few days since. If
j the poor fellow to whom they were sent; does
pa riot, statesman, and philosopher, whose ; head will be cold. It is impossihle for the De
nafal day wc have this evening assembled ! pattment to attend to finding owners for the
I sneak of Bentamih : cnmnarativplv v)hpIp th
i practical rrintet; wh his ! edr as nht rans. ribbons. irlrtPr etnotinfra
virtuous life, and high order of intellect, I stays, uiwiie., 4- . a,,... adiihev are thel-efiiVp
thrown into the. receptacle of "; things iosi to
earth," and a pretty " kettlo ijif fish " thjere is
in that receptacle, you may depend. I
I'i the eases, arranged and labelled forthie ptir
pose, are the legal documents! found in letters.
! These are numerous, and run back for a loni?
term of years. They are niost carefully pre
served. The beneficial policy of this preser
vation has been often illustrated, and most strik
ingly so, only tbe other day.j I A gentleman in
a distant Siatej wrote the Superinteudaqt that
contradiction by 'Mr. Hannegan or Mr.
Alb n of Mr. Haywood's statements in re
gstrd to the President's views, might re
store the equanimity ofithe editor. But
for. Foreign gods I When to this drain of spc-
more than our ex-
the drain which the
dry Bill must cause,
most serious appre.
We do-not mean to discuss this latter meas-
t- ; - -
It has already been thoroughly discussed
and investigated, and three times has been re.
From the Mobile lleralJ anJ TV
FOUR DAYS LATER! 1
Week after weVUj passing away without jected of Lne hin howcv' ff thcre can be
that hoped former, and , Mr. II. s speech hut litlie doJbt-that however it may act as the
navinjr now ior. several aays appearea in
Fmm the f dlowing communicai
tentive correspondent, at IViiv-act'
from an extra cf the Deraocrtit, v, :
I iish in full we learn thej arrival
i brig Somers, which tailed from Y
the 22d inst. .The advijes jhus
confirmatory of thoso .'brought by
j and Water Witch at New O'U a:.
print unimpeachejd from any quarter, the
malady of the afflicted gentleman appears
to be rather increasinsr, so much indeed as I matters
'financial system of the Government, its going
into operation, must cause a pressure in money
T)ie Banks must give up a portion of
Correspondence of the ibra!l on '
Gentlemen The United S
THE, DEATH LEITER OFFICE. I
" 1 1
Thi! Washington corresprindent of the Port.
l'atijl Ar is furnishes, the fuliuwin; interesting
deoiptiiu the opCialioiia of that brnneh ojl'
iheHieni'ial Post Office Department to which
art transmiiijid all the uncalled for letters re.
present Horn a
lady in Phinlilelpliia. 1 was oil board the
tiratiiivu'Mie 'on too, night 01 the memora
ble Sftt'li of SeiiH-itiber, 1825, ui)on which
Occasion was -thrown overboard more
tlian 50.b5(J wolth of proper! v.. to lighten
tSe vessi-, 'wbili ii) the head oi' thk;Bay
'.ofniscay r ;:.nR:'
i Wheii i:i Portsmouth, (
Atnohg the places which I have visited, is
lheDcad Letter OJice, in the Post Office Dei
pairneiiit. U i3 certainly an interesting part of
lliat .building.; You wil be surprised at some
fics I learnejl there. The business of the dead
lettfir office ajlono employs four clerks all the
time. One Opens the bundles containing the
letters sent l(j WashiugHi.n, irom the several P.
times even reproaches the President with
deserting the cardinal position of fifty-four
forty ; raves about the infamy of compro-
jriise ; and, in one ot his violent moods, de
clared that then-whole, recusant three-
fourths might drpwn themselves in the
middle ol b uca s ifet raits it they pleased
he would not budge an inch from the
Russian line. 'When he speaks thus of
his friends atvji i patrons, we cannot be
surprised at anyvextremity of violence to
wards ourselves, br any liberties he may
take with truth in assailing our opinions.
ltj vill us. sincere, pleasure to he,able
soon to announce some change for the
better i but if, as wo see it stated in a
Baltimore Democratic paper, there are
but three Democratic Senators now left
in favor of 51 deg. 40 min., we fear his
case may be considered hopeless unless,
indeed, his constitutional horror of minor
ities shall produce; some counteracting and
salutary effect.--iN7. Int. of March 27.
I i. . . L i. i . . i . i-. -i :...ii . 1 tkn i-nniiiii Ii ic ia , rr. . . i -..1 i. i
io iitetmce seriously ins power ui niieneui. i jrt,c "1-'tw"; ,JJ "--ui m uusuu-sa, i .,. , . . , ,
it i i li . . I. , . . . , , , commander lngraham, arrmu l i
lie is particularly irritable on the subject j and must withdraw, in the proper and safe pro- ! days from vera Cruz with t'
of Oregon, and in his wanderings some- j portion, paper; from circulation. j news that oAr' minister Mr.lV.i '
To illustrate this, we take the following par- ' rejected and would return home i:i
agraph from f the New York Express : ' s,onP Clary's in a few day's.
The SubTreasury bill of Gen. Dromgoole ( con.ilrab!e excitement at Yvrz (
n I. .. . , , i out of this movement, and tha r ;n
requires all the collections at the Custom-IIous- ; that our squa,jron wouU ope4 a , .
lo show something ol ihe , place after: Mr. Slidcll took bis
niatning in the various post offices throuUout4 somo sevp-n or years agd a large package
I O .. III 111' i .i
vnglahd.). I had j Offices, afierithey have been -advertised, and no
the Jumnrl rif iliii!fV Sr'OesIti nil board the : owner -found tor them.
v:- ' r ll-w D ' T ' r ! i-
,prand -w Itt'enf, aVlinner giiven to HisiUoy
1 nighhtfss,tlit? ODuke of CiaN'iice, then
Lnl liigb iidfni al tif tlu ,Brit sh , Navy,
iadv XoiHlWier vl' Lord BVronL hcrjiittle
'flauLMi cr.'Atui.1 Adiunal iorti lsoiinitroKe.
. hnd siv faf otliet
I. I ;- . :
ni w sailed -uf
the I M
i," tiWlEuropridh shoW
" fa Cadiz. Po?t Afahon, la
' !-, ilHrmo, Malta, thofcoast-of
i &c';.kheti emssihidto tlie
j fican ?idi ; of lu
l j , i' ' ' ' 1. ir-i ! . - l.
,i inniivrr if.. rrti i . iip'i t
1il4llll LIlVt ll' HM V I I l I I
fk rt'is n tKi llf( i'i It'll r i i k t Wit t if It l- - . I . ..Il ';
lit M101 O Mi ILin I v i v- vji' r"H,IiiSt!
who open the m all, to see if they contain iy
thiilg valuable. Ifihey do not, they are.throwu1'
on( o tlje pile; on the floor. , No time is allowed;
to read jthem, as that would be impossible,, with
outja great addition of help. : The number of;
dead letters returned to the General Post Office
is Astonishingly large, You will be surprised
when I fell vOu that il is fourteen hundred thou
sand a year, and uuder the cheap postage; sys-
of most vuluahlc papers had been lost through
the Post Office. They involved the right to a
large estate. If he could not find I hem he-Would
be irretrievably ruined, and begged him to search
in the Department f r them. He did soJ He
told me that the first rAse he opened, mijder. a
pile of other pa'pers, he saw a large package,
answering the description. lie took it out, and
it was the very papers wanted. They had slept
mere quieiiy tor years, l ne postage was a-
bout 810. ! i ; !
GENE UAL SCOTT.
;Can any one ivW why the veteran Gen.
Scott has been so much neglected in the
military movements 1 We saw it stated,
not long ago, that he had been sent for
by the Department, aud that is all we
have heard about him, though he is Com
rarinder in Chielf. We believe Gen. Scott
is a whig in politics; but surely even the
present administration would not make
es to be in specie.
cumbrousne$s and expense of such a law, the truth of ihif we shall leurn oi th
New York lExpress states the amount of collec- I St Mary's l- j
tions at Nev York, for two weeks, as follows : : Thcre u;as anther fevolcuon
,IT , ,. , , . , ; take place in a very few day, j (J-
W eek ending March Mth, 8S1G.000 armvt which Lad been prder.il to ,
Week ending March 21, 750,00p ' Texas, had revolted and abo-rt H;
i j march any farther in that direct!.
Tclal, 1,500,000 mainder, about 2000, not Wirt vi :
Now, If Mr. Dromgoole's act passes, (savs proceed themielves, would not fi re
the Express,) here are 1,506,000 to be handled so hey came tali;
in dollars, in our city alone that is, oncfifth of ; 1 igixXa Cumberland Lp.d a:
all the specie in the New York City Banks is ! , ne si.nng .i u
to be counted, carted, and locked up in a Sub
Treasury i thus subtracted from the trade and
commcrce?qf the country, and to the severe det
riment off all the operations of business and
Banks. Who docs not see, that a subtraction '
of pne-fifti of the basis of our currency in the
short space of two weeks, would create a pres-
sure, that Would make it impossible for hundreds i
to comply With their engagements under the ne-
cessaryv rapid and violent contraction of tbe cur- :
repey thatmust immediately take place ? ;
This pressure in the great commercial empo
rium w ili JLe felt throughout the whole country,
and in every part of the Union will the effect of
this drain of specie from the usual channels of
on her arrival hereT Comm."'; re (
1 ed his broad per.ant oivboard f 1. r.
. ate Uaritan will sail from tbis'pl.v--!
Vera Cruz, to'-lnorrow for lh n"!
Somers it is said will $ail H j r ! . 1
, few day with despatchej, the. n it;
I am at a loss to conjecture. Y :
ly, ' ! '.; MOST;
, Frota an occasional corr;
i ; PosACjOLA, March :
! It is repo.ted that Mr. Slid.jll l a
i and. is now in thecityjof Mexjco.
From ih Florida Iernocrlt V.
it.sacola, m art
The United States brig S
Asiatic and Al
jbock we tiio theft j-adiw utls ;Ind ibade
thn r. ,,tAi tr...t llc-loii.l tun 1 iU
iof Good Hone.iVlfriom thftncc o Aicen
u: v. . i lili-i lV:i- a ti
oh (he coast for stx! weeks, tin
i ,. ... ! r j. ilk' .... .
oj'T to Staten LaM.oU thrpitc
imrii incri'iKimr ' llenff if renuires- swill
lies, Pisall Pa- hadds to open so large a number, without stop.
CaltibKiai &c., ninlr to read a word. Any one who is so silly
as jo write a mess ot nonsense to an imagina
ry person, supposing it will be ulttmately read
byfsorric one, -may save himself the trouble
hereafter. He may depend upon if, not a word
wil be likely !to be read of thel letter, unless he
encloses something valuable j in it!; and that
From the Raleigh Register.
Booh of Chronicles of Wahe County.
; CHAPTER F. ! j
1. And bei.ij I in these times, there a
rose a mighty pen,lrbation tamongst the
flock, otherwise called vhe party, opposed
to sheen-stealing dogs. 1
2, And the emergency was gir.n
there conld be none found to take
himself the office of Shepherd ; and reat
3. Now it appeared, there were certain
men in the aforesaid County, who hrqught
themselves together to a certain Council
j or. grand Sanhedrim, viz : William, other
wise called Disbow. and William,; sur-
that a plea for insult and neglect of one lrade bc fau Speaking of our prospers, the I"5'" r '.V
nRtb lir:ivnst.flhfl:hpst.fiinprnlsibieniin. I i o , " . I.. .. . ; non, frm VeraCruz, making he t
ofthe bravest and ;best Generals this coun
try ever had. . We noticed a remark too,
in! Mr; Srrange's political Speech at Ral
eigh, in which an attempt was made to
disparage the hero. We know not what
objection Mr. Sfrainge had to Gen. Scott,
asHie made no Icharge and he certainly
knows nothing about his military qualifi
cations. exceptjWhat he gathers from the
records of history, iwhich are all in his fa-
JJ. . 4-' i
for the following extract of a h'ttc
New York Correspondent of the National Intel- . daV8. ve are indebted to at hiu
hgencer says :
The commercial affairs of the , country are
beginning lo assume a gloomy aspect. Our for
eign relations are well calculated to lessen con
fidence and check enterprise. The money
market is not only becoming tight, but serious
ly so. This is the season for activity, but there
is a dead vreight upon commercial operations,
and many (if, those who calculated upon a large
1 III .1 , (.1114 IIIUl , T 1 T-j J
Mil . i ,l.,...l'o..Cnv,1ln ,,.t;-tl i iii" u liuiuru, tiuu xjc 1 1 j a 1 111 ii, iiit;;v ist:
would lie naving too dear tor so smajl a wni?t!e. I ,, , . , , ., -
At ihe end uf leach Quarter, thti letters that hi
i of Cape
I have visited tllei! cities of Si. Paulos,
IilanliifiS pntharite, SantosJ Hio
!f Janir, 'ttrir.iioJ A vn. Tiint videri 'find
. Moaldinado, ori the ltiver lLa Ilaia S St.
Vr..t.....i '."i-V if ! Li. : ... -.it i il
pjoauor,- at line lieau oi ;me oay ou uu
lhints-. Climb!' 'lli ml P..i'nnrn!lnier I Afd'rhll.
ami i'Ara oil the Amlazon.l J-nave
po heeii in all the ports of the Ui S
cfpt New Orieansand Clvilrlestc n.1 M
r 1 f t J . i -''vi ''?! ' ; i . i- tj:;.
oi inv i in ti eruvseK.' i nave wrouirut.ri
at'have j ca,led Smith, and they did M conyenei and f duties) without beicoming the vie
je mass, organize. ' and they bethought themselves injustice and ipsu t from the conJ
ved into that a certain man called James, likewise ; i; p0kery at Washington. We
liln my hin'd(crut;iejiI have w
i j printer m Portlrind, Mel ; Cc
bcein opene dh! avingaccutiiulate!d to a huge
sinrf h:ivinr lioen in the mean time stowe
'barf, are' carried out on the plains, and there Shepard, would free them irom the dan
consumed in'ii bonfire. The huge bugs make ; ger which so urgently pressed upon them,
fivejjbr six cart loads each quarter. ! 4. But behold 1 a stranger had come,
'The letienjjcnntaining any thing yajuabie, or j who destroyed the unanimity of their jpar
'in 'fact, any matter enclosed are passed over j ty- a certain man of great!. ;miglit, called
to "A fburth clerk, who occupies a separate room I Duncan, otherwise MacRae, arose jand
for jhe purpose, and these are canvassftTtiy this j disturbed the harmony of the meeting ;
genftleman. It is very interesting to ;examine ; and lhpre was sti n,reat perturbation
.1 Eft . . ... I ..I ft.M M n i ft. n ft ; . - . i 1 w A
Hie neierogenous maieuais o iui iVu.u, i.u ( .umMirknnt fi, nH
have heen extracted trotn letters, ana accumu
spritig business, are becoming alarmed at the
We notice tlifso matters, as they indi- i prospect before them,
cate hostility tofGen. Scott, merely on ac- ! "in Charleston, (S. C.) there have already
count of his political sentiments. It is j been more !than a dozen failures : some of them
very hard, if one who has added so much h,av.v: 9?e firm has 8toPIed. who, it is said,
t ttii. rlnrir ' Kie nnnntrr K liPt. I Within ! lif mmtllS, haVC purchased goods 10
Vv b'v' J "' V"U,M'.", r.v" ,i- .... iii.:i..,i .iu: . . I '" 1 -
mitfPf! fn rninv bi! nnlitir-nl nn n nns. l",s ''"I ' i hwul-iuiii, unu uauimure, in uu a- . r- f n!nr,; ,,,ir r incn M,.v ;r,,
(Which can never interfere with his public ,n,lf;t ,n.less ,!n, hundred (possibly three ; peared to be Somewhat exhilerate, Is
i. v ... ... ,. . .. . ? r hundred) thousand dollars. :...ii:....: i. i. r. iv,.
IClltn Ol .. X' '1- J'J.L.. . I - . Illy, III.L-111-l.-lll.O WIUU'lllHUUI
" louarpuu .iiaipec-.eis M .ppmg io Cam!rb whci hp had jtJ.t cC( s
foreign countries in largo sums. W hat .s ihis wH(ps tha, irihis lfl,j beeI
tort Is it: not to nav lor our nnnorts ! Arenot .j, cm j.nf. . 1 1 t." i
! cer on board f the Sofners,. L !i (
the most important items of news ;
i , ! i - i
i On the lGtb-Mr. Dimond w.1? i,. '
letter from Mr. Parrot; of the Lrg
i Siideli had demanded his passport.--, !
relused reception as .a .Minister, a.
: .Met if a ii f';iliinif torfi(! iifr':Tt '
: v - i , . r
to treat with' a Comitiisionen c:i
question. He also wrote that Mr.
i be in Vera Cruz in the course hf a
would immediately take passau t!.
the United JStates.V Tlie St Man
readiness for his accommodation ,
.ne irin, tom. Conner recr-n
latilig fir yars. Here you see the singular
matters that are sometimes transported through
a .i . . i
the Post Offict. The .amount d moneys,! that
. . i i r i : l ...
various nines nas oeei iouiiu -m icuers, is
PJ-ilWtjnv ilasi i. ihwtllbrcr.-Crlrprc
I, W twenty ye;ar' ago. Kia the otiiqM ol vri'ar(A.. When any thing of value, as mo
t t))' ?d friend; l Cninlield how 'present;) k nev! drafls, &1-.V is found ' the jule is, to return
Is v. 1 ."( vl. a'IM UCWjivii, k id tlie rusi umce, wuenco u chiiiv au. mc
- J- and iPfwIadelphia. ilrr this cm I Pos maste r of that office must advertise it, or
. r "iijl-u m scitmsr un irom nis mo. rrince use ;any otner mpans uesi t .ncuiuiru w uu w-
Tv .-en HwlnpaWs j work on ;Amer)dan owner. If alf his, etlorts fail, he returns it to
1. "'"DithnlAfTtii !!it uinii ' . Icrt omnlnvnrl -!K,f i h ir.eneral Office, and it is labelled and filed
lhew Crt'rrif l nnUUf tbn U!rl nri titers awav. Sometimes as much as S300 are found
".pufilisKcft in the Un ted Stateitin in aSweek, in dead Otters! I think within this
HVrsbti.'v. U t.,i-L ta If Hi month several hundreds have been found.; An
S llley. Jilhn 5n
j 1 .
I was astonished at the amount uf nioney there,
Hv 'Fn' ' ro,l! cncSt is ePl ur ,ne Pun)0se of these de.
1 r ' posites. In looking over the tiles in that chest,
: Cin . i i U i . . . N-iY 1 ' 1 was astonisnea ai me amouuitji juoiirj lucin,
ri o,. rk 'my night i t 18115JI fojund ! andllLe large Tgum3 contatned in-some of the
yJ i lt th? -WW) icty:f Buffi o, irxr a . )e,ltrs Some1 single letters; cbntaihirig-,85d,
i ' I j out ii single ,' xorn aiiimii jy4Ufiu, and down to l. une letter xon.
pocketaboJthalf sicl add com- j tained a X10 note very likelyithe pfoperty'of
ifwy tired of .lirinttnsr and the world some noor emtiiant. intended! for his wife or
5. Yet, it was not permitted that a flock
placed in so dangerous a situation; should
be without a Shepherd. ; j 1' f ;
G. And, therefore, James, in a great
Council afterwards held, was duly reques
ted to take upon himself the dangerous
task of guarding the scattered flock from
the sheep stealing dogs, which range a
bout, seeking what they may devour.1
Nuns. Proceedings have been institu
ted against the Ursuline Nuns at Quebec,
for a violation of their charier, they ! hav
ing refused to educate youhg ladies who
attended balls. Twenty gijis .were! ex
pelled for the alledged delinquency.
- -, : fr'" " ! t ;
What is it that pays less, in proportion to the
irMiKlix if r-nlilx-at !.n itiMrt nnv1 ihintV !lsh
..wuu.-, . v,....u...., ...... -Vii; O-
D'ye i give it iip 1 WhiskeksI;'; '.
to this subject solely out ol respect to the
man and his chjaracter, and with a regard
to what is due to the station he holds.
We knew him wel, in 1814;
: nit Mr. Slirtnll "wiil'itil ti.ivo lippri rrr
our exports. insufficient to meet the demand ? j lhrovv out a 8IK?ire,tiJn ihL our! Mi?.
A braver youth, Jf more couragro heat.
Ne'er spur'd his coursec at the trurpt's sounJ !"
; . The Independent.
tban we have exported, or can export, unless a j Mf 1,ack,8 ocatfjn ,U(,fl!J give hIrn
great sacrifice is made of our exports ? hat ; vant es hr frming'acrurale orini.
is to he theflect of this demand fur specie to i ,hiok we iave rnuch reason for bdi
sh!P? Ifi continues, a loss of commence. , his h wjll e realized; ahhoL'-'i '
which is W one step from; a pamc. Here I f ,hi bc eJpecte(J frmn ,he un.:,
will pause, only adding that the party in power ( ri,4 f)f Mexico. Mr. Slide.!! Las ct .
is domrr more mischief than thev can be made i ..i i ? ' L. i ...'.,.,.
Wtiliro mm tint XInmber.Te W hies ' t : l...r ...ii;nu nnii:t tViav x.t.o ni. i,v;. ' . ' f "I . : , .
. " -vs- - . 7 i v...,va, ...v; ..u.,. ..i.. , wben lne newa rom England, tr.e r
must be all alive and stirring in the open- policy, they will fel. Let them now plunge ( countrT antj more specially the f
ing contest in this State. They deceive I the country into a war, and their labors will j pq,ia(iron arc ojn.pirihg to net oh t!.
ihmselyes, if they think they are to gain have been completed." . , don of Mexico. The! people cf .
bribe division m the ranks of the enemy, j The w york Courier and Enquirer, in its i awfully frightened, and are, as w 1 i 1
Unless; they arcj vigilant and active, they aice of Saturday, say. : 'he newspapers, moving out of th -
wi)I loose by t.; In
thHwb riva Detriob
Tlie incessant efforts of
rats and their friends
"Thejpassage of the Sulii-Treasury bill in its
.. . . i:l-.: 1 l. c. 1 .. 1 -!...
will brin the party! to a man to the polls ; ' "V jrf"'M"' v - one ot me neignuoi
IwA sr Z sJeesiiin the subernatorial the Psentat.ves was felt to- V(.ra Cruz wUh t0
: ,T .AaprpH. unless tbe , !vcn ,n apprehens.ot, man ,n the tail setted, and baviag u
;,T r L:iu":. : 'a it M ocksgare way and transac. tached to thb rev
VVniffS ATK fUUitllY tcaiuuii a... .w..v,, ; war. m nrl m,t rtr Hmr. lti m vi n
maV be in that pf tlie. Legislature, which
is no less important! This is the point to
wKich the grand and united efforts of the
Democracy will be! directed. -Ral. Star.
manifest feeling of discouragement.
Mpuran avy nas been ia;ien in
teamers, to a place Of absolute i'
ring rivers. . -see
the q'lstii :i :
ever born very
pronunciamentounless.their v. i-
rrarded. I'non lfi whole I hover
The bill as passed, requires that all pay;, sentiment of the- penjde o favot.v ! -ments
to. and disbursements bv the government, j the present. ' Tlie discussion of t .
a. lit -- 1 I. r.
auer outq June nexi, ue in speirir.
ihe use of drafls or bills of exel
T tWtfliA name of the attend- of anv irirtl in the transfer of t hie public monies Republicans : it is only
:JUi;n ..'nftfiM lareomnanV all obituary from one Point to another, and literally discards ' and aristocracy who support theK
mlticel The Wstion isra very good one, f credit and a paper currency tfce great disco v. I Royal party. J There is an interest
and1 bay,; save maailifei- ?i , ?. T r 1 cries and elements ot moaern commerce, woica ; on iu uijr4u.uj r-f
pcie. It-lurbid ( question has, I'airi persi;aded, don :.
tiange, or paper ; Ninr.te'nths of the people of Merc
He. public monies ' Rewiblicaos : it is only a few of l! e