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L l5 iwiipweeditt $1 for lhe hrst. auu c.
UPkV- ulrtion. Court orders efnrged
JlGOLUSUOKp', Aug. 2ist, lato.
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1 think afford interost and pleasure to ev-
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SALISBURY, N. C, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1849.
riotlovoid ol interest-but it lays ft st.II
.frontier claim, to bur regard, on account
ting it in blast ; and that they Furnbb
therefrom. t0 the Founder or Founders
that shall by the said Commissioners be
sent to that work, such quantities of melt
ing metal a they shall want for the
of carinon, mortars, shells and
m relation io our ... . yr- nre
ft not nowmtnewaj " r- , casl ne
dlctiori of Ibis aurh6r, that the region ot ! ba,,s for thejuse of the country, and this
he term ot two
country may be supplied with anijabun-
dance of those articles so eminently use
ful for the defence of it. ;
Thne rionlli.mpn T Vionp t will Annpiir
ofStato, whether Mr. Mi les recom-, to ..u that i havc con,rived to answer
cnJation were acted upon, thoughji am : al thc nU(ble intentions of the? Con
ltjificd that they were Jo some extent. gresS) in ther Resolve relative & iron
or; b?ar ,n mn.d V Mr.- works being procured for the use pf the
tllo coll tdds and iron ore on Deep Riv- fo lbe space and during tl
e iri Chatham County, may become f the in wich' lime I
Uttieuthern Provinces. (
j yas unable to find, with the did of
, f ' 1 If . .1
have aucircssea nimsen ta tne royal nnhli sprvirp. without entanlinfl thp.m
ohQ Und that soon thereafter Sorth ' or their! Comrnisioners in such alrnulti-
Carolina with the other Provinces declar. piicity df business, as they would haVe
y BerjMcpcndcnce and framedCon- found rstirig in upon them, hail they
kitatidfi.- The property of the tones and ; becn made the temt)orarv or ncroetual
rjfcjn this Mate, was therefbresgen- property of ther public. (Here follows a
UVtohfiscated ; and I find in the Jour-
t)Lbe lioaraol war thc lollowing res-
'dutlorl, passeu on me 10m oi oepiemner
SO J As too ueneral Assembly have
jpervded iho- operation of the confisca
Q Att until the next session, the Board
j of topinion that th.c negroes lately.em-
plcyjatWilcox's Icon orks, being .con
fiWted property should be returned to
thal nlace and there employed acain in
jiuhlic eryice about the Iron Fjctqry
eMchtially necessary at present." p
"The Commissioners of confiscated pro
perty are hereby required to return to the
said works all of said neeroes, to be era-
jlbyculby Mr. John Wilcox at the same
eived n letter from John Wilcox on
tKf putject of Ironfiled No. 74." (This
letter jive we're unable to find. The Board
of War was at that time sitting in Hills
i boro. knd was composed of AlexVjMar-
John renn, and Oroondates Davs.
y seem to nave naa a general con-
'6(1 all matters pertaining to the bian-
:gmcnt of , the war in this State. In
ohciusion, I think it proper to state that
ajn indebted to the kindness of the Hon.
Vrri.iA.Craham, for knowledge )f the
tence of thislocument, and for oirec-
Johs ;Where to find it. Yours, &c.
or the purpose aforesaid."
ic same Journal is the following
airy Of a later date. " Sunday 5th
recommendation, tosend to Philadelphia
or some other northern colony for experi
enced Founders and for the materials,
moulds, pattejm, &c.)
The report then proceeds thus ; Gen
tlemen, I have already informed you thsit
the Furnace appears to me to be a good
one, that 1 have reason to belie vejj there
will be a sufijeiency of water, and there
are wood anul ore in profusion. jj
I must now inform you that on the north
side of Deep River, and 1 believe npt half
a mile from tne Forge, there is a Pit Coal,
and from what appears on the surface,1
such as is very goodj so that there is suf
ficient reason to believe, were it dug for,
great quantities might be raised. Stone,
for various uses, abounds there. Hearth
stones, for iron Works, are also to fee got
there, and such as appears to be very good.
Grindstones of various degrees of fineness,
are, and may be cut there. Upk the
whole, nature has poured out with a boun
tiful hand on that part of our country, ev
ery thing necessary for the establishment
of an extensive Iron Manufactory; An
additional advantage there two, is is be
ing situated in the midst of a provision
country. Itsjconvenience to trade 1; have
already mentioned, (M in the part giving
its dist ance Xo Che raw, &c.w) fr6fn all
which, I flatter myself, I shall be, doing
good to thisj Province, and perhaps to
her neighbors. While I am recommend
ing these things to your notice, I beg ;Ieave
ifi President and Members of thpjlon- to say that iff a Slitting and IlollinglMil),
erected at or near the place I havplbeen
'i - r .f
aoic rrovtncuu council or ' iorin
f- I i i
Micincn : ai me request oiimr.
s Person, I latHy rode out to Mr.
Joaa1 Wilcox's Forge and Bloomery on
JcppHiver, in Chatham County, ahd to
fldnacc on Tick Creek, in samp Goun
His Bloomery and Forge are ofres
hU to tho inhabiVatits of that and the
(jghbbring Counties, they supply ihem
id a, epnsiucrauie quaniuy oi oar iron
middling good quajity. The quantity
quality will be enlarged itnd im-
R as soon as ho can make it from
describing, they could not fail of prpduc
cing the greatest advantages to thfsi Prd-
vince. 'I j
The first would enable us to furnish
nails, in particular, as cheap as they can
be bought in Britain. The second vyouid
enable us to j produce for market jbvery
thing made from thin iron, such as locks
hinges, &c, jc. ; and the Steel Furnace
would enable- us to furnish weapons f de
fence, and every kind of edged tools for
artificers and! husbandmen. .
Gentlemen I am convinced that! that-
GRAND RAILROAD CONVENTION
It has been proposed to hold a Nation
al Convention in St. Louis, on the .third
Monday of October, of those friendly to
an extension of a railway and telegraph
from the Mississippi to the Pacific. An
address has been published by "the peo?
pie of St. Louis to the people of the Uni
ted States," from which we make follow
ing extract :
Let us (says the committee) contrast
briefly thc consequences of erecting this
road, with those which would follow a
failure to make it. Were it completed,
the first car that should rumble over the
Stony mountains in its fiery course across
the continent, from the Atlantic to thi?
Pacific, would send a new sensation thro
the world. Britannia, Empress of the
Sea,' losing much of her pretension upon
her great marine employed in the India
trade, would feel that the foundations of
that supremacy were about to crumble;
while from the Icy Cape, to the fair is
ands of the South Pacific, and along thje
eastern shores and islands of Asia and
Australasia, and throughout all the terra
firma of the Pacific seas, would be awa
kened a new spirit, ideas of a new desti
ny, and feelings of a new attraction. The
eyes of those nations would be drawn to
the new lights which will illuminate the
peaks of the Sierra Nevada, nor would
their gaze be turned until their regenera
ted merchant vessels, moored in Ameri
can harbors, should have exchanged their
costly burdens for the substantial products
of the United States. j
Attracted to the great eastern station
of the continental road, as steel to the
magnet, a freight would roll down upon
the States of the Union, such as the India
companies never saw, embracing the ftjrs
of the North, the drugs and spices of the
South, the teas, silks, and crapes of China,
the cashmeres of Thibet, the diamonds 'of
India and borneo, the various productsibf
the Japan Islands, Manchooria, Australa
sia, and Polynesia, the resultsof the whale
fishery, the gold, silver, quicksilver, jew
els, and precious stones of California, and
the innumerable and unimaginable ele
ments of commerce which would be
brought into life from the depths of the
sea, and from new and unexplored re
gions, by the enterprise and ingenuity; of
our countrymen. These elements would
be distributed throughout the Union, giy
a new impulse to population, to trade, to
industry, to art, and to all the employ
ments of our people. Our surplus meat
and bread, cotton goods, hemp and cor
dage, lard, leather, and hardware, and
other products, would find anew, a large,
and increasing market in return ; while
the bible, the printing press, tbe ballot
box, and the steam engine, would receive
a welcome passage into vast and unre
generated fields, where their magic pow
ers and blessed influences are greatly
needed. . 1 . ;
that shall give to the great measure of
American progress assurance of its tri
; The President among the People. There is
no doubt that, despite all the Iiocofoco papers
ay io the contrarj ihe popularity of President
Taylor will be much increased, in the course
of bis present tour through the Northern and
Eastern Stales. He is every where enthusi.
alstically received, and the plain, simple Re.
publican manners of thc Old Chief endear him
to the hearts of the People.
I Did we have no evidence of this fact, we
should be convinced of from ihe course pursued
b the " Union" since the President started on
his tour. The defunct Orsan has been unceas
ing in its attacks upon him. It has heaped upon
hlmabuseand ridicule without stint. Itcommenc.
ed by declaring that the President's reception ai
Baltimore was a tame affair- that it lacked
enthusiasm ; that although a considerable crowd
was assembled to welcome him, yet there was
little or no enthusiasm manifested, and the crowd
was assembled moie from curiosity than from
any desire to greet Gen. Taylor.
I Gen. Taylor's speeches, which he is com
pelled to make wherever be sojourns, next
come in for a share of the Union's ridicule.
At almost every place where thc President is
called on to address the People, some corres
pondent of the Union is found to give what is
called a correct report of tbe speech, which the
Union gladly publishes as evidence that Gen.
tack be made' upon the Citadel of the
Prince of Darkness, and the day will be
outs. Spirit of the Age.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA.
The Pteamer Caledonia, which sailed fnm Liverpool
on the 18th, arrived at Halifax, on Thursday the 30th
ultimo, -ami at Boslon on Friday afternoon. We pive
the following summary of her intelligence. The com
mercial news, it will be seen from the circular of Brown,
Shipley &. Co., is very important :
Tbe Caledonia passed the Europa in the channel,
which probably reached Liverpool on the uiht of the
The steamship Washington, Capt. Floyd, arrived a't
Southampton on tho 14th from Bremen, for New York.
She left Bremerhaven on Saturday, the 11th inst, and
encountered a tremendous gale from the south-weet
nearly the whole time of her passage
The Washington has iu freight 200 tons of merchan
dize, and nearly 200 passengers. She was to leave for
New York on Monday, the 20th of August.
i no uHiungion orougnt intelligence of the actual
departure of the Danish blockading squadron, and the
withdrawal of the cruiwne vessels off lieliiroland. which
have departed for Copenhagen, permitting free ingress
and egress to the respective ports. Numbers of mer
chant vessels had entered the Wester, and commerce
was resuming activity.
The American frigate St- Iawrence, Capt. Paalding,
had left Bremerhaven for a cruise in the Baltic
Correspondence of thf Commercial Advertiser.
London, Aixji'st 17, 1849.
Hungary is now almost the only topic, and although
we are still without definite intelligence as to the actual
position and fate of the main bodies of the respective ar
mies, everything tends to encourage the belief that so
r .u . .
Taylor is no speech-maker. and ' ASfiTS V7l?T?"
is totally unfit for the office of President of tbe
United States. In these reported speeches.
Gen. Taylor is made to ulter the most absurd
and ridiculours nonsense, and (he writers en
deavor to made him out to be little better than
a senseless ignoramus.
This is the course which the Union and its
followers pursue in regard to one whom the
People have thought proper to elevate to the
highest office in their gilt. It is the course of
the organs of the party which have always pro
fessed such a high opinion of the wisdom and
intelligence and discriminating judgement"
ofi the People, which profess such a high re-
gard for our free institutions, in that they debar
no man from attaining to the highest office.
Now that the People have chosen a ruler con
trary to the wishes of these elite" Democrats,
they seek to heap upon him odium and ridicule,
and by consequence thus ridicule and .insult the
-PA t i r e place or some other in Us neighborhood
iiuii man. can uu jmuuhccu iiuui u v
brjicry, as it is bctfer refined in the
ties than it can be in the latter.
lid Furnace is built on a creek about
from tie great abundance of materials
. 44 But, on the other hand, if we fail; to
make this road, and California and Ord
inal nature has there so plentifully beU ton remain without any practKiablejor
stowed, might in -a few years be rnade
j mrurnace is uui.i on a creeK aoout , ffi fd f N fa Cafoli an(J
ur wru ' I'Miiviriii'ii'ii. 111111 I'niiHi-iiiiix
Tilt" , w x ... . . ,r.
.L' Li.' ' : tv a. i-i 1 will uc it Kieai mcniis ui iciiuci ut: up
fiobghlrto contain a sufficient quality of . b. ... . Aannnt . lTuuL
iiluiil ' - I r . u more extensively independant ; or . yvhile
notot east cannon of a ton we.ght chase frm marketi jthost
I f V"!&eri' articles so absolutely necessary to&
..if,, w .. 1 . i mnv frnlv he saitl to hp. in some decree
V opinion, from the appearance o the ; ,T n t. Kincrnnm. nratk whale fishery, the present American
?tr ams that are to furnish it with water ; :i TC TT' tV KZi ! with China, the Pacific islands, a
M?;vyill be able to wort nine months lhi sstriUryour minds with' lhe .feame Northwest coastwould be shared,
Mhear, if no.moj-e. When 1 saw it ; dc JminCt and if improvementk ( monopolized, by the new Republic.
f weenury wcainer ior a consiuera- i - . ' ( OMin4 Central authoritv would hnd their
jaccai ne us. mere is an aimosi inex- t ... T 1 , r r. u'.'t
W,Alti:i- I? f- ntJ 1 : powers, youiwiU I doubt not. fall ore such
iUUIO MOCK OI wuuu iui tuaia tuvi - , ..-ii l mnct i;i-l,. IJ
(Jmjr, oit what is called vacant land i . . L . . . y
i, o' T r u- u u u ducc the salutary effect. As a rJerson
thousand acres of which ought to be u 7a. V xr .-.t i Jk2L
LJ i f L t cy I must U6 &ciu iu uic ixoiiuwaiu iu nutuic
seccfcd as soon thc land office is opened r r i . t. .j .
siness.-perhaps, you may think proper tb
give him instructions tb procure persons
acquainted with the method of erecting
such works, with workmen to work in
ft hicVwas. visible f?m .hi ad- - , i hh.o?
9tWQ use' of thc work, that it may not
nilhc nowcr of an individual to dis-
lSJ k work of so much utility to the com-
uenity, ; i cureiuny .examined ine pros
pect of pre, Jind it appears to me to be
wuiucni ior rages, anu to appearance ex
convenient connexion with the old States
Of the Union, who can -doubt that a newr
Uepublic will grow up on the shores! of
the Pacific, which would perhaps become
independent of the Union, ahd obtain! ;a
Supremacy of their own upon ap ocean
favorable to steam navigation, and ihe
very home of the trade with Asift. Tbe
over a people so remote to be feeble and
insufficient. With great mineral wealth
in their possession, with a trade before
them which has been the cynosure of com
mercial nations during the whole; chris
tian era, and the experience and energy
of the race whence they derive their ori
gin, who can doubt their future jpcjvver
and progress in complete independence of
ill other nations ? I n
The true policy of our Government
Rome there is and can be nothing but the flasrrant de
tails of the unconditional restoration of the priestly go
vernment, and the vigilance of the French artillerymen
to keep it safe. From France the accounts speak only
of new taxes and of universal prosecutions against all
who breathe a word in favor of republicanism. At home
the dull season has set in with more than ordinary in
tensity, and the food for the papers is the progress of
the Queen through Ireland and Scotland.
II. nga ev. The news by the last packet, of the sor
tie of the Comoro Garrison and their expulsion of the
Austrians from Raab, far from being exaggerated, turns
out to be of more weight than was at first supposed.
A more vigorous feat was perhaps never recorded in any
previous war, and the damage it has inflicted on the Im
perialists, both morally and physically, becomes more
and more apparent every day. Had" the affair taken
place in the interior of the country it could have been
hushed up or misrepresented by the Vienna authorities,
for we get no news direct from Hungary, and Uiose who
utter an unfavorable syllable in Austria are forthwith
Bhot ; but occurring so near the capital concealment
was impossible. It appears that all the artillery of the
Austrian division which was encountered was either spik
ed or carried off to Comoru ; that 40,000 cwt. of copper
money, 50,000 uniforms, 100,000 cwt. of flour, five ves
sels laden with corn, 17 cwt of gunpowder, and in short
The Cuba Eocpedltion. It is Stated, a" reserved material of the entire forces, fell into the
says the Baltimore Sun, that a party of In to tge dolhi heii at R . it ig con.
recruits, for the Cuba or Sierra Mad re ex- fe88ed a,8 that a Russian convoy was intercepted with
. . . , - , 30,000 suits of regimentals. The account of between
two and three thousand head of cuttle and immense
amount of oats having been carried off is likewise con
firmed, while the number of Russian and Austrian troops
slain and captured is known to haye been extremeiy
large. Meanwhile, it is now certain that the Hungari
ans arc in continued possession of Raab, while it is m-
- - - - XrvtEjooi; ' Ant" 17uV18JT
The accounts by the last Steamer i still more unprom
ising ; prospects fc the American growing Cotton crop
have produced increased speculative eieitemeDt-'in'-our
market, and a further adxance of d per Bk la pricr-
The business has been large, and thoagb the demaaf
has not been quit so brisk yesterday and to-day, the
market is steady at the above advance; the notations
being 5Jd for fair Upland, jfj fur fmir MoWe, for fair '
Orleans, and 5Jd a 5Jd for middJiag qualiuW The
transactions for the week amount to 53,190 bales.) Tbe'
import of Cotton into Iiverpool sine 1st January now
anionirfi to 1 ,473,000 bales, of which 1 ,24,000 w from
the (Jailed States, being an increase of 310,000 bales
in thc total supply, snd 246,000 of American over last
fran mi to same period.
The progress of the harvest has been more or .leas in
terrupted by a week of unsettled weather, which, bow
ver, is not thought to have done any iujary of moment
to the crops, and eonwquenUy produced ajnendmea4
in the markeu A Wheat and Fkmr. Prune sound par
cels of American KW. 23s Cd a iSm. JhiU inform an.
inspected is difficult to scD at 18s Cd a 30 per LU. ;
American Wheat 5s Cd a 7s per 70 lbs. Indian Com,
on the other hand, has advanced about 3s per quarter,
the late extreme uVpresaioa having brrmgtu increased de
mand fnun Ireland with some nrn-nln.a. ,K n.w.
.tion is 27s i2?i per quarter foe yellow, and 2. 29s
ur wruie, i uere are still reports of the appearance of
disease in the growing Potato cnp in some focal'iiic-a, but
as yet very impartial and unimportant.
BROWN, SHIPLEY tC
Corresiondence .4" the N. Y. Commercial AdverUW.
FROM DARINGS' CIRCULAR.
Loxdox, Friday, Aug. 1, 1S49.
Iaox. We still have to report a very firm market
and less inclination on the part of masters to take orders
fir common bars and rails at 5 50 free on board in
Wales. Scotch pig is steady at 45 a 6 for mixed num
bers at Glasgow, Swedes 11 10s.
Tobacco. The only transaction reported is the sale
of a parcel of 250 hhds. common cijpr fillers for ex
port at 2i 1 per lb. Tle demand for the trade has been
small, but prices are very firm.
THE LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
I By Electric Telegraph to tbe European Time (mm
London tos Liverpool
Dreadful cmfiiet mt Hmmbmrgk let vera tk FtpU
mud the Yia SUdiera.
Hambckuh, August 14.
Yesterday, when the second battalion cf tbe 15th
Regiment of" Prussian Infantry arrived, tbe people ga
thered in great masses and pelted them with stones ;
another party tried to shut the gates, by which they
were entering, against them. The soldiers used their
arms against the people, and a serious conflict took
The loss of the military was trifling, but that of the
people considerable. The soldiers was carried to tbe
hospital thirty or forty people were wounded. Daring
the night some of the National Guards uaited with the
multitude, and erected barriers close to tbe riding-school,
where the battalions were quartered.
At these barricades fresh conflicts ensued. Towards
the morning tbe barricades were cleared, and a little
later every thing was quiet.
A letter received in Paris from 'Vienna state posi
tively that the government bad resolved to negotiate
with the Hungarians.
Great excitement prevailed in Vienna in consequence
of the speech of Count Brandenburgh. Lloyd uses
even hostile language. " It is remarkable says this pa
per, that the name of Austria is not once mentioned in
the opening speech. It wants now to octroi Prussia iu
reality at the bead of Germany,
There was a report in Paris that tbe Pope had been
assassinated, but there was no truth in tbe rumor, for
the Times in a second edition, on Friday does not evea
At Vienna, on the 12th, an official despatch from tbe
Russian General Luder, was published announcing-1
battle between his forces and those of Bern, in which
the Hungarians were totally defeated, having lOOOkill
ed, and leaving in the bands of the Russians 5000 pri
soners. Bern himself was wounded and nearir caDtsr-
The Russians captured seven field pieces, two
pedition, left this city a few days ago for
N.; Y. rendezvous; under a former officer
of the Col. Hughes Mexican regiment.
The editor of the Cincinnati Commercial
has also seen a letter, directed to the Lt.
Colonel of the expedition in that city,
which stated there was 8250,000 in a
bank at New Orleans for its object. The
NeW York Post, of Wednesday, says of
the; nightly meetings in that city :
One of the gentlemen who is foremost
mored in some quarters that they have absolutely re
occupied Pesth. The mails from both places are long
overdue at Vienna, and it is therefore certain that the
communication has been cut off Under these circum
stances nothing can be heard of the actual state of af
fairs, but of course the Austrians are in consternation,
and there are strong reports of a pitched battle in the
South, in which the Russian general Paskiewitch has
been totally defeated. His last bulletin received at Vien
na was not made public.
standard?, and Bern's carriage. In the carriage were
important despatches from Kossuth, in which he urges
him to excite the Turks against the Russians, who in this
engagement had only 44 killed and 106 wounded. The
despatch no doubt relates to the old affair, and the ac
counts is obviously, grossly exaggerated.
From 3d edition of London Morning Herald.
A council of Ministers was held in Pans, on Friday
morning, for il.e consideration of important queeliontof
foreign policy. They have had information of the in
tention of the Bavarian government to march 50,000
men to Vienna, to cover the capital white the Austrian
troops were operating in Hungary.
Reminiscence of Chictign. In the year
1834 a gentleman called upon the writer
of this article and asked him to draw a
deed of conveyance for two lots in Chica
go. It was done. Chicago was then nn
tion, and the gentleman himself has been, ; character," but in whicha specification of the shameful J outpost of the West. A small military
Within a year, a United States Consul in I acts in question was wholly omitted. The clergy, it is i . . i , i ii i
one of the Islands of the West Indies; a ' are "ow threatening revenge for an their , station had been placed there, and our
ost which, it is commonlv reoorted. he Indian ag'nfs home was there.
I , t ' n iiiuiuuiioii uiai me nil tin hoi im: uisairuoiilieil. .VII
TCnvr t RumA ihn inst.-ilhit of ilia iknu i ri .
10 guiding the proceedings in these meet- , nals in uncontrolled power as the representative of the
ingS is Very Well known at Washington, Pope, was immediately followed by an abusive manifes
vvhr his father holds a nrominpnt nosi- , to fro.rr them, against " anarchy "and the "shameful
r . . . . , .r ,f acts performed by demawoffues without reputation or
resigned in order to engage in this enter
laws promulgated during' the existence of the Republic
have been cancelled, and the frightful system which j
nrovioiisl v nrovailpH has been restored in all if a f. .rr- I
. .. .... . , t . , . .
Every official appointed by the republic has becn dis- ; me new town men wasiogrowup mere.
T r , il I .1 ' .1. - -1 CP .1 i -i . t ! . .
S-emeiv rich! in metnl fl ere follows a 11 ou !ncTa in,nK 5ucn anaiP ft0 00 i W country, therelore, in relereuceto this
ttitbment o( iheislance of this region! come ner "our cognizance, pernajy you subject, is apparent. 1 he great impor-
Ubm Cheraw, Gross Creek, Hillsboro'.fec.) 1 . L"' " ; V tV ' -MCB ttU3Ull"c "cmuvi
MfJMMes tnen proceeds thus: hinow Assembled KepresentatLves ot thpl l'ro : lttunication across the continent, by rail-
" fl' : p 1.1 i vinro novt fSJrV'm hpr whr thV I rrUlt' ! mat! nrt lolonrro nil mnet Ko onnponiit'tiad
rcmaips ior me to give atj account to;your . . v. ...v, . .....w j , i.uu, piyi..
Honors' of tlie interest I liavc procured for Probably be! taken into consideration - ; We confidently trust that it will be Sea r-
iftbuniryi in this valuable work! Of bhoud the whole be disregarded, 1 cant ried out by national means and authority.
Wnc'y. granted at Halifax fdrthe pur- "e a.eP"vea pt the inward satislactjon oi as one of the most powerfu
In hrCnnM.,. nlml ill I I o 1 1 1 a V IrtP lh( nnr.
. .. ! . i L i . . . . - hnvinrr nnmi.l .. ...I & .
post 6r h r nc or buying iron worKs, lor & uu, w"- " c pjroia
mmtcf the Province. 1 ventured to re i r- --p ru"uvUIiingei
vviitrqcjiu jur. Amoroso uamsey, one oi
i l potnrnissiohcrs; who was with me. to
Vanccto Mr. John Wilcox, two hundred
Mjfifty . pounds, on the following terms,
W Thtit he. the said John Wilcox! and
,YflWF!noliirtrl hia rfrnr in th Knrrkr.
fyjtxccutc a deed of trust for thejsaid ( I
I am Gentlemen, your most
-Obedient Servant. f
July 3d, 1776. I
Disturbance among the Jeics. The Jaws ot
irttfllltAD rf Gft ' T All! a ilOtTA k A1 j-llktA a JLti.-L!
OTarie, to Martirt Filer, Ambrose Ram- ! ance among themselves, and an appeal i made
fl ftvnd Thomas Person, Commissioners !o .i,e rrn of ke iaw lo ..u ,hpir rliffirlih:..
rll..' m - ' m ! i " " .... .v
yt iron wrvfL-c A,ih nca n iha i rrt virtnt . . .
in t ? ::: : , 1 he :
isectirity for the two hundred and fifty As usual m ,wo part.es one contend
then : advanced, but also for such ,0.r 87,(? ol;e'yc f. jheTurm and cer.
ttherVrt -.".,mu oo U k. r, i emonials of the Jewish worship, and absolute
I TT MUI1I UU i OUall3 US Ml Ill MM w llr: lllllltll
Wssarv tn furnish. him with In fnin-. i conformity to ftU tbe requ.s.tions of their rireed j
wriVft .. " r i .u -Vt and the oiher, desiring as much license as pos
wic purpose of rendenng the said For- .,, , . M t. m,?,or r a, -i-. j
acB nUiJ i.-: n i 8,hle, both in the matter of eatrng prohibited
CV; H,rV "luu,s rc- j meat at coffee. houses, and in keeping their
T"? 10 itamsey to taKe a .oond store anf, nr-.ir-. infe nnon on Sdturrlav.
ryiuiuiaa IIMCI3 uuu men suvtCMUia i ha : I : I .... ..... ,v.A
i mum uuc iiniiv urc inuiiiicu iu luii t uui uic
stjict doctrines of their faith; the others are
indifTerent about, this matter, and herjee the
strife which has arisen - in the synagogue. ;
erful auxiliaries to
the integrity and perpetuity of the Union,
and to the mission of our country in pro
mpting and extending the influence of the
noble cause of civil and religious liberty,
civilization, and humanity."
The address concludes with a cordiaU
invitation to the people of all sections to
sfend delegates. The committee desire
:tQ have them from the mountains and
frbm the plains, from the cities and ifrom
'. the country, from the hills of Newi; Eng
land and from the savannas of Georgia ;
that they will come to us from the North
rind the South, from the East, andljeven
from the West, pouring in upon us by all
toe numerous avenues of
The proprietor of the lots said they
were two of the finest lots for stories in
At the last meeting, on Monday even
ing,! he stated, as one of the leaders of the charged, and the paper money issued during that time i They were sold for a very small gum to
projected expepitioil, that those Who had ! has been disavowed to the extent of 35 percent. All j 3 . .
r. j- ., ' 1 . . . u . . :. I these proceedings have been taken without the forma- SOme merchant in Detroit. lhe inUUCC-
hMXi; Cy hmnc3 I iM ! the a.e was ...at ,he merchant
the week previous, and that all things keeP down the people, were compelled to place artillery had promised to build warehouses upon
would be prepared for their departure Tn J in. the t8t!eet8' T" m" them'
M T r r r ed matches. Another step also, which but for the cm- , 7 l.i:. ... i i- i i .u .t
the course of the present week. He said ; cient measures of the s,iidiers of the French republic I Vc bclle u.c d,d and lnus began tbe
that the expedition was to be one of dan- would have caused the "very stones of Rome to rise ' progress of Chicago. In the year 1835
cer and hardship : that after a long sea and mutiny," has been the re-estt-Wishment of the In- and '3G speculation, especially in Western
voyage the adventurers would have to j A Dr. Achilli, an emincnl Italian theolianf a Inan I "ands, was carried on to an enormous ex
contend with a people nearly as savage who has never meddled with politics, but who has been tent, oeveral 2ew 1 ork gentlemen of
and much more cunning and treacherous j for five an avowed Protestant, was one of its first capital became interested in Cbicagorand
than Indians, &c, &c. How many had , Vut.tv ."rL!''!!;.' : male 8.'' f ""ions (o'
signed the articles of agreement our in- j of the secret cells of the Holy office. This case, which situated, and since grown rapidly. A day
has only just transpired, promises to excite an extraor- or IWO Since We SAW the CenSUS JUSt tak
dinary feeling among ail the religious books m-Engiund. en of Chicago, making 23.500 inhabitants !
Doubtless when Uen, Oudinot discovers that it cannot tl ii r.in --
be veiled in secrecy, thc Ministers of Louis Nap.Jem he wh,e f l """Sning OUng City
will attempt to remedy the " mistake." But Imw many is the growth Oi fourteen years ! Cincin,
are doomed to follow Dr. Achilli, of whose fate no men- nuti Atlus.
tion will ever afterward be made ? ,
Gen. Oudinot has left Rome fr Gaeta, whence he
will return to Paris to be idolized for having maintained
the " honor of France." It is alleged that he will be
elevated to the rank of marshal.
ri f .1.1: :.u i
Report of the Grand benbe for the last - wife and ab(at 2o followers.he has madeg.-xl hisiaud
Quarter, appended thereto, represents an ing near Venice. A monk, who had acted as his chap
unparalleled increase in this State, in the j lai"' and who had exercised a powerful influence in fa-Anr-
' ' r ..u: LDi.,.a,li;.- vor of the Republic, fell into the hands of the Austrians,
43 Divisions from which Returnshad been and hag of UIldretllt of lhe
received. At that Session, 56 Divisions ( have been captured and wUI.it may bo presumed, share
were reported as Chartered now there i the same remorseless fate.
are 67, and the cry is
formant did not ascertain.
OUR PROGRESS IN N. CAROLINA.
The Proceedings of the last Session of;
the Grand Division have just becn print- !
ed and distributed among the different;
Subordinate Divisions, and the Tabular I
EXCUSE FOR SMOKING.
In the reign of James I., of tobacco-hating
notoriety, the boys of a school acquir
ed thc habit of smoking, and indulged it
night and day, using the most ingenious
expedients to conceal the vice from their
master ; till one luckless evening when
tbe imps were huddled together round the
still thev comp" I The VeniUan8 8re to have Stained abundant fire Gf t heir dormitory, involving eachoth-
and we hope the Applications for Char- i "" e" :pdii an attack by the Austrian fleet- fr " vaPors ol eir own creating, lo ! in
ters Will Continue tO Come, Until OUr gOOd The Austrian land forces, it is said, have again failed in
nbl Commonwealth is eemmed all over their efEts to capture the place by assault, and their
M.Ui t-k.n l..kin eiiont Vmr fiifciakoA
With these rich jewels Oi her fair fame. j FaANCE. In the French Assembly, Pierre Bonaparte
burst thc master and stood in awful dig
nity before them.
4 How now,' quoth the dominie to the
first lad ; how dare you to smoke tobac
Sir said the boy, I am subject to.
headaches, and a-pipe takes ofT the pain,'
And you ? and you ? and your in-
the ' nnirail ika wl a m.rr r H tlfSt ifmi fH PVPfV
iUlll U I II nu".0 -t 1 O J
U. .i ' U '
- Itll' tnrrt C i . I . .1.. J i:
.nf3that they use the utmost expedi-
r0;in firrkhtno- iV,
w mw mm m asds. hit. nniii iii nni -m-i a m-r r i
LeSS than a Year ago, there Were onlv 13 at a recent sitting turned round and struck a member,
Divisions in the State, With a member- an ,d man named Gastier, a vkent blow in the face,
.. f,f. a . , . t-.. I in consennence of his exclaiming " that is true, dm ing
Ship !0f SOine 400 now 66 flourishing Dl- j reng of a paper in which reproaches against the
visiOflS eXtSt, With perhaps 3000 members. President of the republic were followed by the question
1?. mnct rC tUa A nnllAmnc tko f V, a a. I "H as he not his 600.000 francs a Teai to spend." The
M. Ul lliuoi. yj i vuiivuo tuc.i. unit . . ,
. ; .1.. . ' i i . I case is to come on 'before Uie Police Court, but with
peen. recently sem up uae not ueeu sai- . . . . reimUic8 it nfav w fettre1 lhat
isfied with only the required number or 8 , m. Gastier will meet with little justice. i ooy in ri is turn. .
signers, but they have rrfnged from 15 to Doe.t,c ArrA.as The visit .rfthe iueen to Ire- ! One had a raging ootb ; another cbo -28
signers all good men and true, and land was charaeterixed by nothing but joyous demon- lie ; the third a cougti ; in short, tne) ait
...fiUm iu K.ct mrtC inflnor. strat'ions, and in taking her departure, she announced i had something.
manj of them the first and most influen- thatlhe princeof wSes wa. to receive the title of Eari . na. Now sirrb; bellowed the doctor to
Cial men in their respective Counties. ! of Dublin. She is now in :cotland, and has pa-4 ... . , , . , . ,. , mtin..nlltimtitr
Our membership ektends now from Beau- i tiroogh Glasgow and Perth, where her ,greh the last boy, what disorder do ou smoke
fbrUo Cherokee, and our course is still i -- . iU .v,..,,,i.
Which converge at this point, so iha the onwru anu upwara-m.u weather wh,ch ra connex vnth her exenaon., nau interrogated urchin, putting down
i! . - Z, , . , ,, . . L! L diminution While King AlCOhOl has a tort hitherto been abwt proverbtai !,. - , i ...u-.o iL-.
hospitcdUy of St. LOUIS Shall rejoice n the Q there is one poor inebriate to j An announcement been made in the Moniteur ( h,s pipe, after a fareu ell hifT and look
fullest exercise and enjoyment oT Us TescUe fJnm the - bower of the all p ,ng up in his masters face, said in a whi-
rUUnc ,.:J --.J ", Pr?.:!!r .tr -?, Mr.BretttoeStaUishatelegr.PicmuDatKacr ningf bvpocnt.cal tone, Sir, I smakc for
v. ljuicKCUiMg v;u injf , Utllgi aesiroyer. jrusu n iuc wuiutuu, the channel, from BouUgiie and Calais io iover- i uc
go forth from the assembled masl that 'then ; and let the bold and vigorous at-' privilege is to continue for io years from Sept. i5.
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