Terni-Tq -oUas per annum in Jvnnce
' Ajve.ti.wriicnis insejrwd at
ten J S3 cents' for each subsequent
prra charged 23 per ceot higher
ppr sq-Ve for the first.
"f ' Ialgeri;.
couri ur- lit vi ij , -11.111 I V i i - l I N vl M 13 U.. i f l ; J I V
'"IP II !l"l 11 i j - r "II -t I 1 1 1 .ill'. VI M !' 7t "A t I It - J M ' '
i j . j . , T . Keep a check upox ixt rocm i -nri iVnnc . t.- i ' '
i - - - - - ' 1 I . . I . f" ! ' ' ' ! :
Tbo l'ist numbtr of Blckwopd contains
nn arlttle on the French operations in Af
rlca. (lerlvinirifsinWmai ion mainly from
tvOo reccrtt-Urks;on that country-oue j
liv Capt. Kennedy, -of hp lintisti Army,
ncl,n,an. fb origin; of .!. w,r be- this dU,ric, . Ll.h ' PW
rwecii! France and the Itey ot Alters, in (h)ugh jn most of hem the work of improre.
consequence of which, during the lastfif- ment 3 b'eguri, and the narrow dirty streetf are
tctn irars, acCorJing to this article, half a being pulled down to make room lor wider
rultivii Qf French soldiers have perished, , avcmies and more commoa.oua .nooses, in
is thus described : . j . iinsnifas. The seaport of Bona, border-
Vln relating the will known incident that ! inr on ihe regpney of Tunis, is an exception.
rae riC to hostitiiies betwesen Trance and the In 1S32 it was reduced to ruins by the troops
-3ii?reniote' ctuse .which, by his account, was 1 It is now rebuilding on the European plan. : A
t luify. In the time c! Naboleon the Hey. of ; large square, with a fountain has been laid out
Tfynh had a f.ivorite frmale ilnve, for whom he : in its centre, and several well-built streets are
ordered, of an A genu" Jew; a costly arid mag- comple.ted. 1 he town already boasts an ope
recent head-drrs'i. The Jew, unabln to get i a, with an Italian company, who are assisted
Li manufactured. hi ihe ccuntfy, wrote to Tan's ; by ameteurs, chiefly Germans, from the ranks
Ve head-dress was made jit an sxpfnse- or
iu-elre thi-u-and fianrs, and 'the mxl's Israel
ite charged it th'uty thousand to the IJey. I he
letter was too much pleasi-d m ith th hauble to
JcmHr'atlhe. price, but, not ii"J,f i" cash, he
naid it in corn. There t liuncea just ttion to be
acarcity in'i'iaftoo; the Jttw sold his gram
to the i army contractor. ami, managed so well
drat hq 'became a creditor ofjthe French Gov
tffnm'cn.t 'for 'upward!' of a .million of francs.
Napoleon It'll, ' and the UourOons oeciined to
paj ; but the hiw contrived to interest the Dey
u Ai"icrs in liis cause, atiu lemoiisirances were
llreffd ! to the Trench Government, The
afr. i r dragged on for years, and at hut, in 1829,
oh the eve of ,ji feMiv'al, when tho diplomattc
CUfUS "rc uniniiu'u in piy um-ir n-!;vuis n urn
with the irench
llong delays The
! and the , conse.
SALISBURY, N. C, !FRII) A "SH,- JNi O VEMBER 6, 1846.
V; Tea thousand Russian Jews are expected to arrive in
the Holy Land to settle there. This number will add 1
about a third to the present Jewish population in Syria
and Palestine. v ,
emy a very genteel flogging at i'
rock, killed about 150 on the v
of only 30 of hi4 nien. We wcr'i i
cessful in kinnuhes during tie
Our assemblr mii t tifi! '
of Augustjand pascd some act .
rest, an act -for Ievrit:?,peciiic pni
; Pbes ; an(act for establishing a V I
i and an act for establishinir a Slate i.
j n and a bout. Halifax. ' lWrt f-v,
j uncommonly sicklj this season, al -j
bare died, your brother lost bis so, ""n
i week ; II.iMontfurt lost Lis on J? c:
; turday last nd on gunjay olJ Mf ,
died : your little son Hal V,. . .
nne, K-fu j3 a( nPCSpn. here, bv tht- r,r,l, r fever, but is now prettv well rcr4r, ...
(general Gates ; ihcy amount to upwards of 700 Ul,C dau?htr 'Well. 'Nothicg, IL; :
which with nbont '2h(i wevu'r (rrvoA common has happened In tho courl..
thpnf! an nnxniinl .X ll.a ,.C " .. ' VrslPTfl.lvV f, 1 ' i a?empnl ofrniir itAn..lt. .1?.! I
v-v'i uniiB w vuuiuvii, j in Virginia, mauc tae wnoie ot wtttin. i
number 23; op Volume hi.
THE BATTLE OF CAMDEN.
He have, no where met with so lull or au-
1 1 1 -. 1 1 . . . . nnr I niilmoM. 1 r 1
it'iu. esoeciauv. 01 m& condiiinii ni nfhura in thi lorce. ana iuv ion? itiev nrp
, : The Steamer Great Britain. There are i State, immediately subsequent to the defeat of ? rema,n nre I know not, for the General says
in the papers many letters and articles on ! Gen. Gates' Army, on the 10h August. 1780, lZTJlLSt2ll Swill nlot tm''
tKo ,i;0.t0. ,.u;V. rn ;a j:.l.mi c .u v- : ,JCl,)re tie will tnoxe mem
mv oiaijjcvt VI lliC .liafV.?fl tiiv.it UC1CH ; "a wuinailicu III lllc lOllOWlUJJ IClierS, lOT WUICIl
this vessel, but we find no condensed ac-1 we arc indebted to the kindness of a friend,
count. The following letter from the Cou- ' The writer of the first was Governor of this
ricr and Enquirer explains the nature off s,Ilteand Hillsborough the Seat of Government.
which he re-
the accident and the position of the vessel; i! al the date ot the stirring event
of the foreign legion.-
Iy, ilk latter eipoftulated
coiHtil on the sohjvtt f"of the
aner. was unsiiiiiaciory.
qfice was the celebrated rap with a fan or fly.
Hap, which sent its giver to civile, and convert
d,Afgria inti a Trench province. , On visit-
irig thrt Ka?hah, or citadel, nt Algiers, Capt.
Ivcnnedy svas shown 0e little rtT in which
lihe iiitjt wan offered to the! representative of
iFrance.. It is now used us a poultry yard.
'Singularly enough,' $us the captain, 4 as we
eutered, a cck, strutting m the deserted divan,
proclaimed his victory over some feeble rival
fly a triumphant crowi an appropriate emblem
of the real state of affairs.' lVut the conquer
fdeock is'.game; and although sorely punish
hy his adversary's spurs, jhe reiurn again
and again to the charge."
Thn writer of this nrticle is of opinion
France. Public attention is fixed on the marriage
between the Due d Montpensier and the Princess Louisa!
of Spain, and on the consequences arising therefrom, to
the exclusion of alt other subjects. The interest this at
fair has created has been intense, and is still by no means
subsided. The newspaper have been filled with it ; the
conversation of every circle has been about it. The known
and decided hostility of the English Government to a
union which may lead to the placing a descendant of the
the King of the French on the throne of Spain has caus
ed a dread of the possible interruption of the friendly re
lations: between England and France, perhaps of war be
tween ihe two countries. :
On the 23d of December next the French Government
will receive contracts for the supply of 200,000 kilo
grammes,, 2,700,00.0 kilogrammes, and 600,000 kilo
grammes of different descriptions of Kentucky tobacco:
On the 22d of January, 1847, contracts will be received
for the supply of 250,000 kilogrammes and 2,400,000
! kilogrammes of Maryland tobacco ; as-also for 1,800,
j 000 kilogrammes of Virginia tobacco. It is said that
this vasi quantity of tobacco will, on application of Mr,
I King, the United States Minister, be j allowed to be
j brought to France in American vessels , and thiscircum
! stance has excited the bitterest hostility of the Bordeaux
and other ship-owners. i - . .
I Paris, October 1. The utmost agitation prevailed
all day in the market, and the French funds have under
gone a heavy fall. This result has been produced part-
j ly by a paragraph in the Debat3 announcing that the En
glish fleet of evolution had sailed back to Cadiz, and was
1 to be reinforced by eight vessels from the Mediterranean.
I This circumstance was considered by speculators of hos-
W lFt T.ivprnnnl hpflv :ffp-r . 1 vn s
nVlnrdr with a fMir tviml TKp ,1v -rw "i rhe second, was an intelligent, zealous and
fine; we were in good spirits, and all were j ctive VVlii' who5C nan,e is familiar to those
expecting a pleasant and expeditious yoy- i ufeo liave s,U(bed our Revolutionary History,
age. At twelve o'clock we went down to The letters were addressed to the Ute Willie
lunch, antj, at four o'clock to dinner : at Jones, of Halifax, then a member iu attendance
j seven o'clock wesat down to tea, both he- on Continental Congress. Edit. Ral R r.
fore and after which we were delighted '
by the performances of some of the ladies j Hillsborough, Sept. 10, 1760.
on the piano, accompanied by singing. I Bear Sir ;T had the pleasure to receive your
remained in the cabin: till near 9 o'clock,;! favour, dated ihe 15th ultimo, and 'am much
when, taking a turn on deck, I retired to , obliged for the intelligence communicated. I
bed; and I should say that not more than ; anxiously hope some important blow will be
half an hour could have elapsetj before 1 j struck to the Northward, that may compensate
was alarmed by hearing much confusion 1 fr our misfortunes in this part of America.
on deck, and the men calling to Jstop her.' ur prospects here a month ago were as favor
Immediately after she took the ground. nL: able as com"d nave been wbed. You know;
which time the wind was blowing rer?! ',!; xhc. ,rtn,,isitio f Congress for specific sup-
. . J : n iuo -IiH ititt r t bi iof , till r . . l
resh. and oeoasmnpf s hnwprs wpp. rrtii -t, uu amr u:e
" T " -''' ' -' V lit II
ing. The night was dark, but not so much
so that we could not clearlv see a li'ght on
shore, but qould not tell what: part of the
coast weutere on. The tide was flowing
at the time, and, of course, it tended to
drive us further towards the main land;
In company with xne or two other passes
gers, I remained on deck during the next
Ilopinirlhat rouanJ M r. Jn ;.
I remain, dear Sir, with the highest re
esteem, you! obedient and humble sen:!
TI xv ! ' OROO.l)A
Hon. ILLIE JOCVCS, Esq. ! j
From Oic Xcie YorJc '6ls(r?r.
PROGRESS j OF: RADICALI.-'
So lon"T aS SUch nt?mnrt. ,i r
. at Charlotte, and m about five days hemee 1200 are freely circulated we may hok t- c
fresh men vi imrr i fmm l,;i j : J J lxnjn-1'
... ........ , tiici lor i ne xfr Lr c,-
mischief. Wo find in it the Trillne's
this State, in want 61 vagons, horses, tnaazines to llie carPel Weaycrj.of Taihr i!e.
. V. IT- . ... . '
,r ; ,rS,nia m,"i' are mostly gone home. Dy
the last accounts from Gen.: Stephens in Gull
ford, he had only about 120 men 1200 of our
mMUa of the second draft under General Sum
mer are-gone to fealisbury about 1000 militia
ui i e upper counties arc assembled thele and
westward. In shdit, sir, we are fr U,e present
left pretty much to-ourselves for the defence of
rising of the Assembly in Mav : of course we
had nothing to depend on (as to magazines, &c.)
but the provisions supposed to be laid up by
Continental Commissioners, and our State mo
nty : the latter, all your staff officers have
been supplied with, to an amazing amount, and
yet the army has been distressed greatly for
want of regular supplies. However, sir, we
had in this respect overcome nearly all ourdif-
m ilfrclir.e ,the nifectioins of in'. people they
hate SuVuigated. pThe old hatred of the
little has beei done by lb French to I ule aua7' and eavy 8ales were me consence-
foPAtx. f l tie senate presented its address to the
Queen on he Gth ultimo. The address of the Cham-'
ber of Denutiek was read to that assembly on the same
. . 1 1 ... .!'.'. .. 4 . . : i i
JjjssUlinailS ngam$t tlirstians lifts Deen day, and tlis discussion commenced on nhe 17th. A
1 ! , I
prdseryeu tu it lull Inirceiin i opt hern Al-
rich "t U jsj belieyeid that Uhej' 4rnbs still.
loojrfvr ihej? tiltmuite witbdrawal of the
Tfench foreej!'' The ; write r vept ores no
pmliction Otl tills point, but seems to have ; Jed from the throne of Spain ; as also on the 47th arti-
protest against the. marriiage of the Infanta with the
Duke de Montpensier has' been forwarded by Prince En
rique to this Presidents of the two Chambers. It wa3
founded or the Jaw of Philip V, by which the Princes of
the HouW of Orleans and their descendants were exclu
m ne coniiuence tuat iMsreria vi soon
If corao less thim u burden to Fiance, or
soon rep.'ty . for the! blood and treasure ex
pehded n its conqiiest. The following, is
a striking pjeture of fhc Arab eharacter :
. I- . - 1 ; .
-! They should beware of argninfi; too favor,
ably front apparent. cultiv subtiiissioti on the part
of ihV'natives. The ocean Js often smoothest
bcfire;!a storm i the Vrab inot diling 'rous when
ajuirutly iiioHt tratjqiiil. l.ike other Orien
(alij, hi stalls In an Instant (Voin torpor anil in
dnc iutjo the- fier 'est ttctiviity.! The Arab,'
says a Gefman i-tli er, ivhose narrative of .id
teijttjre iniAfrica lias recently been rendered
into, r.ogliilt, lies vholie days before his tent,
Wrapped ill Iris huripoue, and leaning his head
mi 'hi-i haiid..' Ills ijorse stands ready saddled,
listlessly, hanging Imb head almost tokhe ground,
snd occaitpually' :aiing sympathizing glances
at hisiniaMerviThe African migbt ihen be
iuptM)4ed l'hlepmati'l and paesionlesi but for the
iceasioiial flafchjofchis : wild dark eye, which
pleUm from under iis bushy brovvs. His rest
Ii like., (hat of the Numidian lion, which, when
laiislied, stretches itself beneath a s hady palm
Irep. j but beware ii)f Avakin him ' Like the
Wstt'tif the delse'rii and forest, and like all na-
tur In hlt own la Wl,. the Arab is l urried from
one HtremeTla he t her, from the, deepest re.
joj o t)i'e most restless activity. At the first
oun4of the tam-tam, his fo)l is in the stirrup,
lis hind on his rifle,. and ho; is ni longer the
tide of the constitution.
The fcnjglish Government have made a formal protest
both to pie Spanish and French Courts against the
marriage f the, Duke of Montpensier "with the Infanta
Louisa of Spain. We find the following account of the
protest ms, de by Lord Normandy at Paris:
" It is oin the ground that it is likely to lead to a vio-v
lation bf tjhat article of the treaty of Utrecht, by which;'"
the Orleans, in common iwith the other French branches
bf the house of Bourbon,! are declared to be disqualified
from eer jreigning in Spain ; and, also, on the furthej-ground-
thjat the .proposejl marriage is contrary to the
terms of afi agreement come to between the English and
French Ministers, on the occasion of her Majesty's visit
to the Cirg of the French at Chateau d'Eu. At thtj!
Councit;of Ministers held! on Sunday a reply to the mef
moranduns of the British; Government, read to M. Gui
zot by Lord Normandy on Friday, and of which he sub
sequently isent a copy to that Minister, was agreed upon.
The reblyi is to be sent through the French Embassy in
f London. M. Guizot was charged with the drawing of
it tip, and; with its transmission, in the course pf the pre
sent week, to Count Jamac, in London, to be communi
cated to Lord Pahnerston." . ! .
four hours, when, the wind haying mod- ! ficu!ties ; wagons had been collected, the new
erated, and all danger as regarded life i! crops of wheal were beginning to come int beef
being at an end, the life-boats were pat in ' ot m 8ocd order ,ne second draft of-milita
readiness for immediate service, if recuir I Ilad been dr5wn ollb antl wcre lorward on their
ed ; but, thank Godit continued compart ! march 10 head-qtiarters; many wagons loaded
atively calm, and at low water in the i w'lH;,ipinis iwere also on the road and near
morning we were so near the shore that j camp; An? fm 0,der 10 ?T eiefiU! y a'
carts and cars could approach within a I f !f5 future; wan 8 of the army, I had ap
. , P 1 . i pointed a meetinjr of the General Assembly at
L uIS- ?Ce us' anU ."f Passengers: Hilborougb, on.the 20th ultimo; on the other
wiiu ur luggage were in a snort time handjthe enemy had given up to us, the rich
in all probability; many live
been4ost. As it is, much will depend oh
the weather whether she will or will not
be got olf. She was when I left totally
of provisionTarms, ammunition, tents and hl-mK-
ets ; and at a great portion of the iuteiior part
of the country against us at the same time I
have the pleasure to assure you, that our zeal
and spirit rises with our difficulties, drafts are
nearly at an end, otir men yield to the necessi
ty of the times, and turn out to service with
willing hearts. We are blessed with plentiful
crops, and with proper laws, resources mav
easily be drawn forth' -for tho defence of the
country. As the assembly is now sitting and
have not closed the bills, I cannot give you any
satisfactory account of them, but will do it im-
mediately after their using. The cnemv have
evacuated Georgetown. Since
Col. Giles of South Carolina ha
that p ace, and possessed himself of a ouantitv lanu,es ,na" sUaii ue declared cntpl
of ammunition and salt which they left. 130 of P'ion of the unappropriated soil."! TL
the Maryland troops, laken in the late action, millions of acres of such land jiovr in tl.
have been retaken on their way to Charleston ' ted Slates, and a - landless man "jean !
hy Co,. Ala: ion and his party of volunteers. ' .n ,. c u c , , . , ' , v. .
It il.n. l , ,1PPm,hi . ,i ' vi . , , llcre ot it tor a hundred and twenty-U
iV me last accounts the enemy had not moved ; , . i ; l i
; from Camden, but were preparing-to move, but ! an.d as much more as be wfsbesjat the
whither, we do not. know. Should they attempt Price' out lic wiu wait till a.-not sJisr:t:.l
t. penetrate to the upper parts of the country, he "shall 'be declared entitle " I) a f.i
I have no doubt the militia will make it a trou- This is cgrarianism the most rai.ca!
coining cou;u ne
" Our earnest advice to thera is,d)o r.
io live longer by Carpet Weaving, L t
little place, each , you, in -.Connect i
stretch off at nee for (he ample bo :
magnificent West. There buy a tract
or squat on one, if you cannot pay,tmd v
vol distant day when ercry fondled
be declared entided to tome port Li of !
appropriated soil to cultivate fir h
sistciue and that of Lj family 7';
We place in italics the sentiments
have arrested our attention. We are 1
L he enemy have . furmed that this school of reformcjs i 1
as marched into .
-If of a mnniitr landless man shall be declared entitled t.
men of sense and patriotism, wluf K
blesotne business to them.
mice of ni:l nn tluV , ...t TKU xvn , ,t i . Permanence ofour institutions, WilUconte:
fectually draw their force to Charlestown, and tbe tendency of such instructions as the ;
would give those in South Carolina, JafcJy styl- they fmd will in them the elements! wl.L '.
ed tories, an opportunity of taking arms against i mors than any other, threaten to ,ik l!.
their present masters, which you may be assur- j throw of our" free government! The -
. .., . .... .... IT'1"""' mpn nvvna n lrnf ,f . ., X, ' 1 .
they have lately endured, has entirely cured them
i . T thnip I ii.. nia . I l., . 1. f ' a
i ne vessel is now lying oeiween j country of Pee Dee, and had retired to Camden, "' 1 - v.urumem.
Guard House and the Cow and 1 wfcpi- iI.pv in tl, ,t,.fnp. H:r.BB will, fc J I,e enemy s force, to the southward is estimat-
rocks. Had she struck on any of the ! sickness, and the want of provisions and forage. e,d Iieiu en, including sick and ,
rocks. in the neighborhood, 'she ! Having thus in a manner insured thc safety of v -v-...,. ., ,tU ue
have been 'knocked ti pieces, and, ' this Stale, and part of South Carolina, and hav. Srcatest e.s,exe,n reKard 1 rna,' Sir, ;
s would Vtmvp i in-' irot into the midst of that plenty on Pee Dee, , i r. ou t. oc very n ble. serv t. .
EXECUTION OF A MtjRDERER.
which the enemy had before been enjoying,
everything indicated the most successful and
happy conclusion of the campaign, when unlor
tunately it was determined to march directly
through the desert country, between Pee Dee
and Camden, and to attack the enemy, whose
numbers were unknown, and thereby put to the
disposed of for the equal benefit of all t!
erned : no one class of meii hasa ric;' i
more than another,' and least cfafl Las i.
ported throng of foreigners, net prilv
but coatless, a right to appropriate it t -selves.
But if the " progressive jdcir i
of this new school could tinker te leg!
of the country, then the "not distant day "
be here, when " every landless ma!ti " w
is in v..'
lhe Charleston revs has die fo lowing let i j u . i ' n I ,i i .
j i ; , had obtained, asjwell as the sure and certain
ter, dated ; ;. ! orosiiects of future success we had in view.
made a freeholder, forthwith.' It
you talk ot vested rights, and the tuth c t
or the federal compact, there are $omc t.
of "landless men" each one off who::.
Quincy, (Florida,)) Oct. 4, 184G. i
The trials that have been going on here for
the last: three weeks, have so entirely absotbed
the attention of the people, thajt it is aimost im
possible to transact any kind; of business,- ;
Court is over now, however, havitig adjourned, ;
after being in session for three weeks', and hav.
j ing tried only four cases, to wij Hollaman, for
j the murder of Fish ; Smith, fof negro stealing ;
j Black and Flowers, for the same offence ; all
were found guilty, and Hollaman was hung On
last rriuay. omiui, uiatK and r lowers wsll pe
hung next rriday. I was summoned as oneof
' Notwithstanding this protest, it was supposed that both
tho proposed marriages would take place. J j
i j i
The English Government have determined to have no
i more iron steamers builti It is alleged that they become
foul much sooner and arip more exposed to damage from
ehqts thaii the wooden. I 1 i
It is rumored that the, British Parliament will meet for
the dispatch of business on the 4th of November, the: day
to which it now stands prorogued. !
There jwere imported into Liverpool this year, from
Anicricaj 877.G59 barrels of flour, and from Canada
As might have biecn foreseen and dreaded, so
it turned out the militia harrassed with hard
marches, oyer a sandy, barren desert, -and being
attacked by the enemy in the night, six miles
from Camcjen, on ground they had never seen,
lost their spirits and got into confusion. At this
period, however j the army might have been
saved; they only Retreated about five or six miles
to liugely's mills, where I am4old a post might
have been taken of perfect security ; instead of
this, they were drawn up for battle, and remain
ed so till day light, when the enemy began the
attack on our left, whore the irginia militia
II a li fax Town, Sept. 27, 1780.
Dt ar Sir. Already you sre acquainted with
the' blow we received near Camden on the lGth
of August, and I suppose of CoJ. Sumpter's sur
prise two days after. This indeed, was entire
ly owing to lhe most stupid carelessness, and
both happening as it were together, left us for hive a farm, and instead of buyir.g it r.t
a while without the shadow ot an army ; it was price, working for it as he ought 4nd pa
in truin, a nine s agger. ng-, However, by v.go- equivalent for what he gets, he tfiust
i . - , . . . dared entitled
-ai .wicu oi me ninny, wo are again iu a sit
uation to make a stout defence, if not to offend
in some parts. Our whole. Regular Force a-
moums to about 900, including 250 under Col
to it, and then (he
man " is a landlord. ' ' j
This is the first step (owards; a
land among wc landless ; ine soil
the persons to guard Hollaman to the place of were posted ; these broke, on, and partly before
.. .... ! . . . . i . . .1 i . l I "1 . . ' . 1 1 f II ...
execution, lhe guard assembled at the mil
about 11 o'clock, and in a short time the. pris
oner made his appearance, accompanied by the
sherifT and his deputy : he wasjdressed in his
shroudj with a segar in his mouth. He appear
ed to be cool and unconcernedj mounted the carlv
with alacrity, and nodded to a- number of per
sons he knew. Sitting behind in the same cart
were two preachers. The sheriff and his. as
sistant were in a buggy in advance of the cart ;
the whole were surrounded by a guard, and in
this way we moved on to thq gallows, acconi
panied by about 2000 persons j Hollaman smok
ing his segar all the way. In going to the gal-
' ' -f
anieJ man. 1 Jlo. tides ' day and liight, bears ..2 iC.9i6.'in all 1.123.935 barrels. The increase of Indi- 1 lows, it was necessary to passj close to the back
ftcr);:;privajieni ttjid brafes everV danger in an corn is remarkable. lh 1845 the import was 37,000 Part f l!ic house which his family lived in ; and
. i ' ' " r 1 . . ' ' 1 I r i ...1 ? . ! ' ...:r. 1 I ....
ins wue auu oiiiioitru ottuio oui
scene seemed to make no
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bond, and about 200,000 quarters of wheat, free and in ! impression on mm; ne looea on mem wun
bond. The other grain! may be estimated at about 1001- perfect inditlerence. Arrived at the gallows,
for themi every tribei islat
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the rf at anl ihis tnust ultiinately
fideMomake- prie of a sheep orj-ass. or of jquarten-lin 1816, 192,000 quarters. The stock at pre- . while passing, his wift
.nWT.?:enemyl head. j Such men us these are 6cnt in Liverpool is 340,000 barrels bf flour, free and in j crying, but even this s
nru 10 conquer ana naruer sun 10 govern:
Wtc they united Jnto one peoplel thev would
forni a nation; wliich would not onl repulse the 000 Tcn. Tni3 wj see what a trade the corn trade he ,h,ew away his SP?ar' Pul!od ofr his hat, said
French, lAit bid" defianee to the world. Un- : Livernbol is likelv J be i his prayers, and directed the sheriff how to tie
etiuuiy with . , . ..... tf , . , ,,r. , his arms, so as to prevent him from struggling
1 ii- At the Trivy Council held on, Saturday, at Windsor : . n ' . , ,:, r ,7 7
end in their : . . ' .. . ; After all was arranged to has satislactioui, tie
I, ., i ' - , ,. r 1 j . , 1 made a short speech to the
the Hrst fire, orf militia next in the ine follow
ed their example as far on as to General Greg
ory's brigade, who bravely stood to the last and
pushed bayonets, after their ammunition was
exhausted; On! the breaking of the left wing
oi our line, the enemy rushed forward in pur
suit, iuntil ! they jwere checked (as they very
handsomely sere) by the brave Ceneral Small
wood and his coirps of reserve : he fought and
retreated,! and the left of our standing troops
being now entirely exposed, they were attacked
in flank and rear, as well as front ; however by
their; superior bravery they, effected a good re
treat, but; unfortunately no prtst had been as
signed to! retreat to in case of accidents, nor
were there any) provisions laid up in the rear,
so that the men. had to make their way as they
could through the country, each man and little
company of men taking what route they thought
best. In short; sir, in half an hour from lhe
beginning of the action, our army was annihi
! lated and the cannon, baggage and provisions
deserted and .left in the hands of the enemy, all
of Which mi"ht have been saved, had a stand
l fc w 1 :
The next slip wu.
course, to declare every "landless rr,
tied " to a share of the (arms npv owned
large landholders of this and 'ot"er str.'
the principles maintained by jh( Anti-l:
and their apologists. The next 4CP
passage of a law which has already L
manded, prohibiting any man froifi own!
than a certain limited numberjefj aero-.
Agrarianism would have done a great w.-,,
lirauford, lalelv frori Virginia; thej-aro all at : ,he whole is li be ditided amoi;
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xi, ..uMMa,,, w, ... ,c ao.r io move 1 tear, eIC,usive bencfit
unuer six wccks, depending upon this otate lor . . , . .J
supplies of all kinds, Tents, Clothings, Provis- ;
ions, and Waggons, Acc. We have about 2000
.Militia at Charlotte, and at least 1,000 more
will be there in a few days, they are all pretty '
well armed, but badly accoutred ; at this place,
from the motions of the enemy, it is thought
they will endeavor to enter this State ; we are .
a'.sji about establishing a pretty strong post at .
Masks' Ferry, on Pee I)ee, near Anson Court
House ; your brother marches on Saturday with
' about 700 men from this District for that place. !
The enemy's principal post I believe, is at the
Waxsaws about 40 miles from Charlotte, and
I think I can venture to affirm, that they have
as yet no post in our State. To counterpoise
in a small degree, these accumulated evils, a
Col. Williams of South Carolina, 3 days after
Gates' defeat, fell in with a party of the enemy,
near 90, and gave them a complete drubbing,
killed 70 on the spot, and took between 00 and
70 prisoners, mostly British, with the los? r.f 4
men only; this you may depend on ; another
favocable incident is, that 150 of the Maryland
troops, who were made prisoners 011 the day of
defeat, were retaken on their way to Charles
town, near Santee, and on Sunday fortnight,
John Kimbro, and his party, at Masks Ferry,
were totally routed, 17 rf his men killed, and
progress would bo easy to the o
our existing institutions, and the iutrod.
the system proposed y the new
sociation. ' '
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It is very true inai ine progress 01 ii.r
cal doctrines has as yet produced nogn
sation, but when sucb an idea we 1.
above, is industriously ana a!nr:
thrust into the public mind, and nfen cf 1
and conservative sentimentsuiitly cr.
its dissemination, and thercbyaljet its r '.
it is absolutely certain that the work cf " -the
present social system is goicg ;n,
and surely. Let such a seutimnt as
received in the factories and fields cf 1!
inn n ant o ?i rl Viarl mskrlft. nP!liPft
scarcity now existing m parts ot the Lmted Kingdom. . . f , , j 1iw.i11ji,j .t. Bhpriff asked ' gentlemen of raid; and knowledge, a surer stand
The cjills in the Royal William Victualling Yard, at njm jf, je had any thing more fto say : he re- j might even have been' made at Rugely's it is
Plymouth, are immediaMy to commence grinding, night pjjj that he had not, but tjiat he was ready. ; confidently said!, that one hundred men might
and day.llndian corn, fir the supply of the distressed The rope that supported the platform on which ; effectually have stopped the whole British cav.
Irish,; jj is expected they will perform about SO qrs., or ne S00J Was cut, and he wad launched into : airy ;at that posl, by which our baggage might
; aboui; 3It03 lbs of meal per day. ! eternity. There was no sympathy shown for have? been savt d, and our men preserved from
I ThereUe now unloading on the Dublin qaavs tWo i the! poor wretch, since ever) one present was .slaughter; hacj the General even stopped at
American vessels freighted with potatoes frorn th Uni3 fully convinced of his guilt. j Salisbury, the fevtl might have been mitigated,
ted States. Thev are ! of excellent quality, and selling 1 j 1 . : u) lue precio uiou 01 nis journey 10 uuimiuiu
at the raje of ten pence per stone. We understand this j A PIGGISH PAIlkrEUE
! is but thtf commencemesnt ot an extensive import uaae
I,. ,.t : -J-ii, , , " ,1 , , Uasiie, ine Arcnbishop ot ianteroury was aireciea 10
tJr.Mruction. fiir'lhe French have already learn- : 1. 1 - , ,. ; .... ,.
A ..:Li lIL., Ur.:.L . 1 PrcPe ,orm ot PraVr ior me renei 01 me aisiress na
IVM t 9L lilklll M 'A II II All JI'MllllL l.lll II .111.
r'-Kll'..'Vi"iT ifip : S 1 .
. iltc writcrijsuggests that Christianity
Mioiud Vc tnadeia ppwerful lever lor tbe
civilizatioalof ihe African tribes, and that
thrciucrtkuia'dcgree dl respect for the
Catholic prksU.i Ab debKader has more
loan once j rtleased a prisoner without
ranidmjlat tbj? prayer of the Bishop of Al
giers, :Tbc French Jesuits haW founded
an cstabliSnnient tor the education of ; ...l J l..,:....r .u. iu , A nroud norker. tancvlnt that it was
I i, 1 I l ! t' t k !, I i OI llie once niuic tuuuuuuiiy ui iuc mau. ; I 1 I I "VJ"
ypung Arabs -and Moors but thci Govern-; ni J,,' f ,hbrMd baked .degrading to his dignity tp root in the gut-
,nient has doncj little? for jit, .and it isup- forthP trlops stationed in Rome was' distributed among ! ter, came upon the sidewalk, and full, of
ported mainly by charitable cdntributions. ' the poorjby order of the Pope, and the contractor atd i his: consequence, promeniided Irom raorn
ii1 It! .K:n. I r J . ' I three-' bailers inibrisonei in the castle of St. Angeio. It ; ing till night, leaving hi$ humbler com-
tfia'Ti "I' r irf t?ul- rm i appeared! that one of tile soldiers had sent tothePopela pahions to munch com, feusks and pota-
thatiaK; pf Aej.Luropean;- bopulanon of PJJ i . i to him by the. ; Joe parings. He iared-as deonle usually
which wis j bad in quality as to be almost unfit for food. ; dp, who frPm VanitV assume a Station
H'w jloUhess caused a4 inquiry to be instituted, and lit th;ey are nPt qualified tP fill; In the gut- i
was discovered that thej contractors and DaRers naa oeen s ter ng wpalU nave lived in Unnoticed en
joyment. On the walk he got kicked; by
every passenger, and bittjenl by every $iir,
till hungry and bruised he was glad to re
turn to his proper station. -Ex. paper.
vZii. Z Z !l been made a il safely might at .he Waw., " '- f'lTJ V f ""' 'V
?$utG ! or.e,e at ChaI.e Iilhe opinio,, of ,Mn ;,.(?"r, Z ' m embrace, it become, ?
. , . j o. li .,nthiver. he looks coon 'the r r
and the particular circumstanees of it,fhe militia
; ran home, the Regulars were without orders, the
I coulitry was struck with consternation, and all
! seenhedfor a tijme to be given up for lost. Ilap
; ptly for us, Coll. Williams, of South Carolina,
j two days afteij this defeat, with 200 men, en
! gaged 400 of (he British cavalry in a fair open
mer commands a 'Brigade.
Our loss in Gates' defeat, and Sympter? sur
prise, is about 300 killed, and about GOO taken
prisoners, including perhaps 50 officers Baron
Decalb among tho former; Gen. Rutherford,
Col. Geddy, and Col. Lockhart, among the lat
ter. The enemy lost about 250 killed upon lhe
field, sonic say a! good many more. Here I
suppose I may say something respecting the
prevailing opinion of our General's conduct, not
that I mean to pass strictures, or throw unde
served censure on his character, having do pre
tentions to military knowledge myself there are
three capital errors generally ascribed to mm .
Algeria.' iACer them come Soaniiirds, who are
YCr j numerou$ i then Maltese ahd Italians ;
Sn.l. A.l1.. ' i A.ii' . ' I.i J er !r
-vi iiiioy, a. srnau, numoer oi iermaus, iure.
m-v ccniftjoi ne wnoie. ine opainaru,
hough often taxed with idleness and i dislike
V por, here proves himself an industrious and
! tiaUe colouit': the Maltese travels1 from
tillage to tillage with his little stock of mer
JhandUo ; Xhb- jGccman tills the ground.' ' In
ibfftieigt.burbood .of Algiers things have a very
? ft . v i iua lUiuiotiH i)
,f - ,
IT psnt j ntfercourse with the city.l have
mfh )f teirt nationality. , "fhe appear,
i ?! a0Urthing jcolony is, however, con.
gaihy pf the, grossest peculation. ; . s
Adriauople was ravaged by fire on the night of the
24th September The conflagration broke out in the
populous quarter of the Israelites, and lasted twelve
honry, re lucjing to asheB about six hundred houses, a con
siderabl number of shops! thirty tavernsseveral mills,
and five Sy nagogues, j . ; . r - - J
The Senate of the free city (Frankfort) has jusl pub
lished a proclamation, tallowing the importation of com
duty free into the territory f the republic."" -
field fight, andj completely defeated and routed first, in not ordejing a place oi rrnuc..... ...
t .1 . I V .11 . I J.. .-Ii.caonnd V. in nUl IMS.IK
L-a&U OI t ucirat , ; r-tvw. "
bawae securedj it remaining all the while
wi?h the armv ; and thirdly, in quilting the field
of action sometime before the regulars gave
them ; they killed 63 on the spot and took 70
Drisouers; mnsklv British. This very fortunate
stroke, by shelving the snemy that we had still
men! in arms, made them cautious and fearful
of advancing, and encouraged the counties of
Mecklenburg and Rowan to assemble ana make
, or farmer who hires him as a ijrr.t-ou
has come into tho possession $f prr;
which lhe workman has as good a ric
possessor. i '
Somebody lays down jtte fcl
rules to young men in busmen,
will apply equally well to young r.
Let the business of every or(o alo :,
attend to your own. Don iay w;
don't want. Us every hour advr.
and study even to make leLstire bo ;
ful. Think twice befof e yotj ?per.-l
ling; rememberyouhavcanhher tc
- . a, L h f aii fl t inn l Tl i till i I i , .
JUT 11. 1 IUU i i.s v. w -
your business, and so your Lutinct
trted in looking Urr r
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way and riding post to Hillsboro', 230 miles, ti0n Buy fair,' sell fair, takp car,
in about 75 hours;; he is indeed execrated by fits . Xoo OVCr the bpos rtgu.:-.
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L' j -i r.u "ii... i n,t K,re. sir. let me add. ih Dfficers. unrerered bjf ooiaierf. ana jf ; -.,) an crror. trace 11 fu..
haTf,o; ZehlhTn'or carino. b. ascribed to Ceo! i hated by the people of tbl. at 1 'K a stroke of misfortune come u,,
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In Russia, coffins arc generally brown,
but children have pink, gjrawn up unmar
ried girls sky blue, while: 'other females
arc indulged with a violet olor.
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Smallwood : i( was he who checked the enemy cers, Soldiers, and Citizens nave iusi aircouu j retrenchT-yvork nraijr. i.
union luuu, "t , , ,.,.-."'- - ... .1 I J rn,i!ll PCPITI ll hSDO? - , 1 A , (V, 1 1 1 t , . M
ght ot tne ; dence in uiciuiiu,"." .--i riJ lne tracw ; conmi iii.n4i
.:mdinre. vmild he De recauea or eraieu , ..;-rance- and! icv
vut-u". . , - ., . i limClllO-i wr -j - i - t
lKPZ t anocar at tt.Vn,l you will U
in onie meashre and covered the flight of
militia, who cjtherwise would have been cut to
pieces ; and it! was he who bravely, with a hand.;
ful" of hU trobbs, made the first stand at Char-i
lotte. and encouraged our militia to' defend their j
oartment.. '1 raa torgoi i .iikuuuu J . ,t-.:t- f,nm the t.ivk. anil vc ;
r: - ; - .l. r. i c.-tar . nui un ,
A Pnrouraged our militia td defend their the lormer pan w;m - r ----, a-u,a j
; he,Uh" the whole of the Maryland about a fortnight More our ceieai, pTC 'f' i T
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