j J . . 1 iii our m il )
President 1'ilhnm e . the Amrritun Col
vuit'itiun Society. .
By the fu1loviingcorrepon'lence it will
" ltOeeif in wh t way thiiFn,sTdetjtTif i EF
United State's was constituted a Jifr.m.erh.
ber of lh American; Colonization Society,
ad institution the importance of which in
creases . vvilh jevery year ;
To IKe'Pfeiident of the United State.
Alexandria, Januaiv 27, 1853.
Honored Sib: I have, the pleasure to
inform you that, hy the contribution of
one thousand dollars to the Treasury of
the American C' lunization Society. yu
have, according tohe Constitution of the
Society been made a Director for life.
I Ills contribution is ine ngregaie oi many
donations, which are intended to express
' not only the tin J feejings of the donors to
wards yoursofi' hut their interest in the
great otijectslif the Society ; to he a tri
bute of regard to you, and a testimony of
attachment to the cause of African Cof
Ionization. In this tribute and testimony all the
members ot your Cabinet, distinguished
officers n( the army and the navy, lead
ing functionaries of the Government, with
their clerks, and a large number of your
fellow citizen, have participated.
In thus connecting your name with that
of a great National Socirty. ro well adapt
ed to link together the benevolent efficien
cy of the North and of the South, your fel
low-citizens do but echo the general sen
timent of gratitude for your services to
both, in maintaining the peace, honor, and
prosperity of our eommon country. A, by
the aid and benediction of Almighty God.
you have been enabled thus to meet
the crisis and fulfil its duties, may that
aid be vouchsafed to you through the re
mainder of life, and that benediction rest
upon you as well in death as in life.
I am, with great respect and esteem.
' your obedient servant.
JOSHUA IN. UANKOIUH.
Wabuingtos, January 31, 1853.
.Jt'lSHCA.NAJDf.AKITJii - -
Sir: I have your letter of the 27th in
stant, informing me that, by the contribu
sinn of Jn thousand dnllnrs to-fhe Trea--lury
of the Amer icanCofoftizntian Socie
ty, 1 have, according to ihe Constitution
of the Society, been made a Director of
the same for life. . .. .
f4.u -Tttvll,. infnrn m ftint fkta- rrT1 ri -
bution is the aggregate of many donations,
which were: intended not only to express
the kind feelings of the donors towards
myself, hut their interest in the great ob
jects of the Society.
I know not, sir, to whom I am indebted
for this most unexpected, and I fear un
deserved, mark of respect. That they are
' both my friends and the friends of colon
ization I am not at liberty to doubt ; and
as such I beg leave, through you. to re
turn to them my sincern thnnks for this
flattering testimonial of their regard, and
to assure them that 1 accept the honor
thus conferred with grateful emotions. By
lha unsolicited kindness of someone I was
made & member i (he Socielv in IS-ifl.
i, and received a certificate of membership,
L:L. ... I 1 t:.LI ..! ..
vruicrr i prizn vrj-y nijjiiiy ocnring me
signature of its late illustrious President,
Henry Clay. I have from that, time, to
the present been an attentive spectator of
. its proceedings, watching with intense in
terest Us aims and prnspecTs ; hut as-yet I
ba'e purposely avoided taking any part
in its proceedings, for th reason that I
have made it an invariable rule since I
came to the Presidency to take no part in
the action of any association, society, or
ect whose objects might by possibility
come in-conflict with my-offieiaJ1 rfury;
l ots will continue to he my course while
occupying my present position; and my
Acceptance of the trust so generously con
fided must be subject to this qualification.
I have no hesitation in expressing my de
cided approval of the objects of this So
' ciVty. It appears to me to have pointed
oat the only rational mod of ameliorat
ing the condition of the colored race in
this country. But it requires means, and
. lurh mentis t Km 5lalpv a ml tlw Itiiin
alone can furnish. i give it a power ade
. quale to the evil w hich it is. intended to
remeJyK verlhek'ss,.itf successul.;,efv
-ions nave ntreaciy demonstrate)! ttie prac
ticabiliiy of colonization, and thereby in
dicated the mode by which the free color
.ed man may be elevated to the dignity, of
. social equnlity, and be made, the bearer of
civiliznion and Christianity to the he-
-.- .-r. . - , , ...
nighted regions (f heathen Africa. May
God, in his mercy both to the white and
black- races, imUe upon its efforts f -1
am your obedient servant,
The Best Recommendation. A youth seek
ing employ tnr i;t went lo one of our large cilie.,
and, nn inquiring at a certain counting room if
they wivbed clerkWa lold Ihey did n-l. .
On' mentioning the -recommendation, he had,
one ol which was fiom a highly re.pectablo
ritixen, iba ineu-hanl deairrd lo aee them. In
turning over hi carpet bag lo find hi. letter,
a book rolled out on the floor, Wbat hook is
Hat." f aid ibe merchant. "It it ihe Bit-Ir,
ir," was ihe reply. ' And what are you gnini;
lo do a lib that book in New York 1" The lad
" lookrd riiouly into .llTe merchant. fiire7 anJ
teplied, I promised wy mother I tcould read
it everyday, and I thai I do if." The merchant
imniiNlt.itfiii-MiffttmNl kierrir. ai,fl i- rin-
. .' L .. t . . ' m .. a . t .1 . i A I I. A fi.... cft.'.l . . A
,llr ..B1' J-" I i r ... . . w ... 1(1, V .. w V .. u
oi n.f iii. 1. 1 ieioeriiuie in loeriir
Ta'iL ..ul.tiahKif lil if H.iIk in r!n!if.irii!a.
J,-;,. ! y i i...-t . ,..(!. .Ni.iiiit. i
mure cinu uun tluu to ee ; Ure, w bit-b i some
what loo Uie In-low, made to look groily large
'mid toai tiv contittilinjj llie huir oil the lil
head and cheek, and there 'bringing it to an
abrupt ch'tk ; wherea. uch'a l'uc hould en',
krga iLe ji; re he ad, and jhae be k j taLArl J.
hair fall partially uver a tobiule aud sullen
fiCjhOiyteeiMlieraMiA gtd treajue,
witli eiamp'e In outline of lha de'eiil., would
ha of some value upon a My' toilet, who
would wi.h lo pre.erv ber great piivilege
Ibe mpremaey .f heauty. Some duo ihe hair
down clone to the fare, which Ulo le l he ery
rbaracierioiie df hair eae and fieedom. Lei
her lock, anya Anacreon, lie a ihey like ; ihe
Greek gie ihom life. Smn Indie wear jbe
hair like blinker; ynu alway upeci they
vi ill hy if you approach them. A ludy'head
die, whether in a portrait or for her diily
wear, hu Id a i n old pjij r a , it a. by Renilir a ndl
and 'I'd iu.it. go iifTiuio ahade, not'lobe tern loo
rlearly, and hard alt round ; riiould noi, in fai t,
le iolnird, a il nut of j"Ml",y.!iL"JLur
rounding iiaiurr. The wig ofTnrn ol Chaile
IT lirnn had al least thai one meril of floating
into i tie hark grnund. and in their full ultcning
ihe lmrne of ihe liuet of the drtu ahoul
JUST ANTIPATHY TO CAPS.
The American ladira have an abhorrence,
(and a Very fusi one, too,) of wearing rapt. .
VVlien one ronidr Inr a moment ibai womru
wear ihe hair long, which nature liat ivrn
iheni, both lor an ornarjient and to keep the
head waim, one it afti la wonder by what per.
reuion id laata ihef ean h iiKWed to inehu
il in a cap ; a moh cap, a lace rap, a hijj h eap,
a low eap, a flat rap, a rap whh riliand hang
in looe, a rap with rilanda lifd under ibe
chin, a peak rap, an angular cap, a round rap,
and a pyramid rap. How would Catiova' Ve
niii look in a mob cap ? If ibere he any orna
ment in the head in weariiig cnp, il mn.t ure.
ly he a faUe ornament. The American ladiet
are persuaded that the head ran ! ornament
ed wiihoul a rap. A rope hud or two, a wood
dine, or a prig of eglantine, funk sell in the
hraided hair ; and il there lie raven lucks, a
lilly or a imiw drop may he interwoven wilh I
effect. Wharton's Wanderings in S. America, j
V hrd h vrv f -n-erlotP lfHlv
.... ...... - . j r,... .. . .j ,
of a French tailor in New York. He had
a woman in his employ, an excellent hand,
to whom he gave six dollars a week ; but
she waJiled- -he r wages raised, ajjd trailed
upon the Frenchman for that purpose,
when the following dialogue took place:
Sir, I want -my wages raised."
- -Ah, mifyi you wnnt-more-l'argenTt
What for you want more 7 You 'ave ev
eryi'mg ver' cpmloriable.''
Well, "sir, the Ilutchman over the way
has ofreretl me seven dollnrs."
" Ze Dutchman is von ombug. Sally !
He no pay you. I tell you vat I do. I no
give more money, mais; it you vi II mr-
seven dollars, but I make you von.w.fc."
And he did.
A late writer supposed that the Lndifr-.
ferencc to danger" which most people ex
hibit on steamboats, springs from the com
mon placo look that everything wears.
Who can believe that a thousand horses
are tugging to get out of a holier, when
he sees this immense power kept in sub
jection by a knock kneed man in a paper
hat, and ill-kept nose.
:Z as' long as
your mouth is full and body co vered re
member the poor kissihe pretty'girls
don't rob your neighbors hen roost ne v.
er pick an editor's pocket, nor entertain
the idea that he is going to treat kick
dull care to the deuce black your own
hoots sew on jour own buttons, and lie
sure to take a paper an Py for it.
The Beechers. Mrs. Harriet Beecher
Stowe, the writer ol Uncle Tom's Cabin.
is the daughter of a Presbyterian Minis i
.... .Jt.xj una uiv "MflHIiriB w ,w 'UC..C I
adopted the same profession. Her sister
Catharine was supposed to possess far
greater talent than the notability who has
made so sudden a reputation lately. The
two sisters taught school in Cincinnati
some years ago. The family is a very
maligant one says the Cincinnati Times,
and devoted to the expansion of all bigot
ed issues of the day, but endowed with
strong, rough talent withal, which has '
made them distinguished celebiities.
Ltsnox, Sampson Co.. N.
Jar. 4e-1 853.
Messas. Fim.ton At Price Deaf Sifs :
. . .i . i I -ii i n- . .i
jour paper, that 1 killed a Pig 2 months !
old, which weighed seven hundred arid
five lbs., (705 lbs) If any of my neigh
bor farmers can beat that. I will try
again. Yours, very respectfully.
Plain Speaking. The organ of the
Roman Catholics of Lower Canada, ibe
True Witness, referring to the rumored in
vasion of Great Britain by Louis Napole
on of France, declares that -Great Britain
is the main stay of the enemies of God
-and Christ ; ahe is drunk with the blood
of martyrs; and in the approaching con
test the prayers of two hundred millions
of Catholics throughout the world will
dail and hourly ascend for ber defeat."
Testimony of an Infidel Ruled Out.
The trial of Loring Prince, of Douglass,
charged wirh the Tnaa5taug"bter 0f Iloni.
L. Howard,' was suddenly terminated at
Worcester, Mass.. a few days ago; by the
ruling- out-eMhe- dying dearntfons-of the
deceased, on the ground that he Was .an
3ju. jieia nas notiTied the memners ol
C it i i' . . . . . . ' :
w the tth of his hioltjrflacmU
' , . . , . - i , i i I..-. ) -
i,lr I'iiick, uie uli.a ;u- c.sSlcd.lhe Natu
ral biide, two of which .ptn the creek.
Imagination cannot picture or form any
idea of the grandeur of th scene that
here meets the eje of the beholder. Vol
canic action has piled up rock upon rocks.
juhLu ature teJiialttiMiaiMuiiAVbiUl
gazing the naturalist is lost in'conjecture.
Underneath the labyrinths of arches thn
eye detects imitations of clustersof grapes,
cherries, and other fruits ; vines and stems
are perfectly imitated ; festoons and flow
ers4 fret workjmoulded in every i marina
hie shape ; all of which have been, form
ed when the substance was a molten mass,
and the convulsions of nature huiled it to
its present position. On close examina
tion the wonder still increases; the obser
ver beholds the natural outline of leaves,
vines Sic. imprinted on the solid rock, and
theTnirsffces e xpose' pet ri fied rem ai ns' of
Discontent in Europe. An American
gentleman, writing to the Boston Journal,
from Paris, confirms what every intelli
gent traveller in Europe must have ob
served. He says :
' In Austria despotism is doing its work.
By pushing matters too far she is prepar
ing trouble for herself in the future, and
that future not a very remote one. I af
firm as the result of personal knowledge,
that there is not a pro-viace of Austn that
is not discontented. Ifalj? is but one mass of
conspiraceavJUid the beheading ol a dozen
conspirators but calls into existence ten
times that number. Hungary is quiet,
hut it is only the quiet of a temporary ex
haustion, rendered more necessnry toy the
hordes of ibe Czar still hovering on her
borders. The Sclavic provinces.the sup
porters of Austria in her struggle with
Hungary. Are murmuring ; Bohemia is
discontented, and the Tyrolese, that noble
people, whose patriotism and whose cour
age have become proverbial, who in 1848
received with outstretched arms, the Lm
peror flying from his capital, are now re a-
dy to join any movement which shall pre
' 8ent rt prospect of freeing them from the
enormous, burdens under which they are
POUTER'S REPEATING GUN.
We had an opportunity yesterday of
examining and seeing fired this terrible
fire arm. "The inventor has greatly im-'
proved itiince he. .exhibited -U in-- Wash
ington twelve months ago. The mechan
ism is more simple and finished, and it
uses'ihe common cap with certainty.-
This gun appears to us to be the most ef
fective rtre arm among the many inven
tions a..d imDrovements of late years. A
! gun that can he discharged nine times an
fast as the trigger can be pulled, without
lak,n Jt aid then m a
few seconds the discharged cylinder re
placed by a charged one, and so on, to fire
nine, eighteen, and twenty-seven times,
Tn almost as many seconds, is a most fear
ful weapon. It can be Used also as a self
loading gun, without displacing the cyl
inder. But when we consider that this
gun is perfect lysafer fires with great force
and is simple and easily kept in order, we
ihink it is worihy the attention of the
general government and the Slate gov
ernments. We understand the company
are having made a shot guri on the same
prineipiei-- It is probable that this revolv
ing" cylinder invention is destined to make
a revolution in the manufacture of all
kinds of fire-arms. Union.
To Distinguish Good Eggs for Setting
All those having setting hen;) would do
well to take notice of the following re
marks, and they will have a chicken for
every egg they set. Take eggs not more
than three or four days old, and have a
l .7 ! ' , " ? n .one
ii. i I-,, . i
I to the candle, place the edge of the other
. .1. 11 -1- I f i i
hand op the lop of the egg, and you will
immediately perceive the incubntion end.
Some people can tell a pullet from a roos
ter. The mark for a rooster is crosswise,
and a pullet lengthwise. Anothr way is
to place your tongue on the large end of
the egg. and you will find a strong heal if
fresh and good, and the less hent. it old
and doubtful. Egs put by for hatching
should never be put in a very damp Cel
lar, as the dampness destroys this heat.
' 1 - F.-.l-'.. n . . . -I
Mr Chubbrof Adrian. Michigan who was
l,.ln l.v ln,lif.,.1r.- L.
j ii icbh uiui iiurnnu iu i s
fa(hpr Do. atd b
) that he was sold by his captors to another
! tribe, who subsequently resold him, to a
. . is
different trile ; that ha married the daugh
ter of an Indian chief, and that, having
adopted their customs, he is about lo go
back to them.
Good. The couple who announced
their marriage in the Gardiner (Maine)
Transcript, by mutual agreement to live
together, being threatened with tha "law
unless the knot was legally tied, went be
fore a magistrate and had the matter done
up in a buines like manner. Their neigh
bors did not fancy the relation existing ;
hence the action as abore related. This
ain't a "free country, it seems.
Right. Sheriff Orser. of New York,
has received instructions from the Execu
tive UepartmenT.requlrragtharinihe fu
ture all executions for capital offences
shall be strictly private. No,licknts of
admission are to be issued and distributed
under any ciroumsiances.
i U'in. ; v.
tag wa...t jtvy writ on
iA ;. Tt- i..:.. -.
OVll i'LANlv 110ADS.
Citizens of Salisbury, here is a subject
which ehould ring in your ears day and
night for the next t wel vejnopths.? There
is now no other business topic whjcb mer
its AtTtbe of your consideration as com--
pared with this. Those who own proper
ty here. And expect to continue in busi
ness, And .desire to see that property in
crease in VAlue. sliould At once do all they
cart to complete the road already begur),
and to aid in those other projects so es
sential to this end. Time is slipping a
way, and every day which passes unim
proved iiTreference to our Plank Road
schemes, is giving advantage to those
whrT Are environing as; And is placing new
difficuItiTsln the way of our finaf success.
It is, therefore, absolutely suicidal to de
lay or hesitate ; and although many per
sons may be flattering themselves of an
escape from the consequences, there can
be little doubt of the deception.
Fayetteville is stretching out her arms,
and will soon be ready to contest our right
to n large part of the trade along the val-
leys of the Yadkin, eyen ns far up as
Wilkshoro'. Charlotte is paving her way
to Lincolnton and to Statesville ; and will
doubllesaconfinue her e-nrerprifie even be
yond these points. Now. Jf Salisbury
shall stand with her Arms folded while
these things are going on around her, ontil
she shall discover their effect by actual
experience, who will venture to say thai
the influence of the treasures of Califor
nia upon the world at large, will contain
salt enough to save ber ? It may not pos
sibly be to late even then to do well ; but
we shall have to contend with the opinion,
even now becoming prevalent in the coun
try west of this, that Salisbury is hound
tn go down." This, to-be sure, is a small
matter, if we possess among ourselves in
a sufficient Amount, those elements neces
sary for a ...complete developmenijiereafter.iaa accident which caused the instant a
of our advantages as a trading point.
But if we should have tn enlist others in
oure.nfr.rprises, it would then be realized
that an evil report against a community
is no small matter.
He therefore etrnettlf pre1 uphn the ttlea
ia f ih people vf Sai.bury, ihe imporianre
of thee things. The ubrripiion to the Tay.
loraille Road oughl lo be made up at onee. Il
eannot be di.girited that the public are lo.ing
confidence in the ultimate auece.a of that mad.
in ronpqiience ol delays in ihi part of the
ltUfine.fr. - The Pre.ilenl of the 'Company is
now making ipeeia I effort, lorai.elbe required
mount, and it is hoped we .hall oon bars lha
graiilying remit lo record. Unlit lhi i done.
iii. almoM Iriflins to .peak of commencing any
other .rhe.me The. Murk.vUle-mad might to
be commenced wiihoul delay ; but if it hnld
hae In depend ver? materiall x upon ihrwe who
ought lo eomplele lh iiliripiion lo rarrj t he
Talorvi!le road to ibe count f line, il rom-
mencrmrnt would afHird nofdenee of .peedy
tO1" In a recent debate in the Senate,
Mr. Borland of Arkansas took occasion
to speak of Ihe Whig party Am" miser
Able minority." In reply, Mr. Underwood,
of Kentucky, showed that pen. Pierce re
ceived less than 1,500,000, votes in the
late election ; and that as the census of
1850. set down the number of voters in
the United States at 4.800.000. it was ve
rycleajjb elected their Candidate r by less i than one
third of ihe whole number of voters. In
view of this fact, it little becomes that par
ty to denounce the whig ns a " miserable
minority.' It is in the very same condi
tion, and although Gen. Pierce received
the largest number of the votes cast, it is
nevertheless true that he is elected by a
vastly minority vote.
Flustraled Magazine of Art. We bare re
ceied (he 2nd No. of thia elaborate work, h
.Lxxandkb Montgomery. 17. SiiriM Si
page., 23 of Jhicb are illuttratad wha-engriX
inga, iwne of them very large, and all beauii-
The fidlow ing are uwe ol ihe tuhjectt oc.
copying iia pagei n reading matter:
King John and ihe Magna Charier.
Th.:-Apol!r Gallery at tbe Louvre,
The Jewi.h People. '
Lnrd William Ru..ell.
The French Revolution.
A Day at ihe City Saw Mill..
St. Paula Cathedral, London.
American Antiquities t the Louvre.
Fire at Catawba Spring. On Thurs
day night last, the kitchen of Mr. Y; Stihb
walt. at Catawba Springs, was burt to
the ground, together with a large amount
of valuable kitchen furniture, h is be
lieved to have been the work of an incen
diary. Lancaster Ledger Tbe editor of ibi. paper
haa made aome improvement, in it. appear
ancey tnd iremi to have lakea , -tort f fteb
tart. The " Ledger," i. Urga nd hand.
Mae ediied, wilh epir ii.tidVtWl cba""
kijlta Iho seleciHmt.- Airy piiiei
fi, ,:-.s vi i!i " iii'bt t tie-! I uiiy sup
port Mr. Lillington, if in a general Con
vention he should be considered the st long
est man." He thereupon mentions in this
connection, the names of Col. R. C. Pur-
of For si tbri AndJob n F..PMndexter, of
tion of delegates from ll the counties, as
the surest wy to secure barmbny And
union. --' .
ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER.
A Chapter of Royal Arch Masons was
opened by dispensation, on Friday the 1 1 1 b
inst., at Zion, Montgomery co., by M. E.,
E. Mvess. D. G. H. P. The following
Companions were Appointed officer, viz :
Calvin W. Wooley.H. P.
H. M on t gome t,.K,
S. H. Christian, S.
A. II. Richardson. C. of H.
G. H. Makepeace. U.S.. 4
C. J. Cchran. R. A. C.
J. B. Ballard, M. 3d V.
W. G. Deberry, M. 2d V.
P. P. Ballard. M. 1st V.
HjrThe Commercial Bank of Wilming
ton has recently declared a semi annual
hiviJend of 4 percent., payable on the
Fatal Step. VVe ba lieen furui.hed by
the Coroner, with a .lalement of the deulh of
II IB AM Jknkiks, who wa. kilted in thi. vii-in.
iiy on ibe nijihl of ihe 9 h ini hy lulling into
a rock culvert on ihe R-til' Riwd. The deceas
ed wa. a leeideni of Iredell county, having lived
for ome lime pa.t, near Ml. M.ourne, lie
wai reea about the grog .hop in thi place,
lo a late hour on that night, and was doubile.
out of the line of propriety wben be made the
tula) .rep into ihe culvert, breaking hi. neck,
and, a. i .uppo.ed, eau.ing iiiilanl dealb
Melanciiolly Occur rencb We have
received a letter from Emu aim Dick ins.
at Silver Hill, Davidson county, dated 7th
of February, instant, ei vine an account of Y" Ore2.. 0 ,bt h
neous death of Mr. William RExmow, in
that vicinity, on the 3rd inst. Mr. Rexprow,
i n ciimpa ny wilh se vertl others, was clear
ing land on the plantation of tlie widow
Workman. He had cut a tree, which, in
its descent, struck agains' a dead treebut
glanced T, caused a rebound of the latleT
which broke its roots and fell it in the direc
tion of Mr R. He had not time to escape
after discovering his danger. He whs
struck on the head andTiglit shoulder:
his neck was broken, his skull fractured
in two places, and bis shoulder frightfully
THE WESTERN RAILROAD
By an advertisement which appears in
another part of this paper, it will be seert
that the amount required by the charter
of the Western Railroad having been sub
scribed a meeting of the stockholders is
ca l led i n I his place on t he 1 4h March, fur
the purpose o( effecting the organization
of the Company. Tbe amount taken in.
this place up to Wedesday evening last
was 893.400. On that night a further
subscription of $ 400.400 was made in Ihe
name, of Smith & Colby, of Wall street,
New York, by a person who arrived here
late in the same evening and lelt early
Ihe next morning. We know nothing of
he stranger or the firm of Smith & Colby.
"TjMs last 8tf bscri
000 capital stock of the Company, and the
next step will be to effect an organization.
North Carolinian. .
From i he Raleigh Standard.
NEW YORK "CRYSTAL PALACE."
We lake pleasure in laying before our reader
the following communication, and we invite to
it. .iigge.iiona ihe attention of our fellow-chi
fJ?iU,.Lbl!..'i-.gfOiaIly.: We hope in gee
ty Mr. M.-lCae, tully carried out. Who wUlf;j
respond to hii eloquent appeal. ? Who will
step forward and aid in making ihe necea.ary
arrangement to have ibe Suite represented at
tbe next -WorlVs Fair in New YorkT We
repeal ihe language of Mr, McRae, "by a
timely and concerted effrl North Carolina ba
it in her power lo pre.ent, in that universal as.
semblage, token of power, wealth, .kill and
intelligence, which will command Iut her an
extensive fame and universal admiration."
But to the letter of our Correspondent :
Wilwijiotox, Jar.. 31, 1853.
Dear Sir : Having had many occasious lo
ciirnmmend tbe true North Carolina spirit"
tfrich pervade tour naoer. mt K.rin.i...
found in you a deemed lover of her renmaiion
nil 1'hirii.u, I L. . j . ,,
c rinureu to anuress you,
and through you our fellow ritixen generally
upon a subject of (Merest lo u. all, U i. we
known thai the citizen of our great commercial
emporium, (New York.) following the example
ol hi. Ry Highne,. Prince Albert, have de
termined --m te en.iiing SpiiiTgioope,, n iMt
city an Exhibition for tbe di.play of ibe indu.
Inal produc-l. of ibe" world. U. ik.
of .uch ariicle. a. may he furni.bed f..r ihe.r
a .T , j sift iiirir
not tOTpa.r. In dimeiiioni and magnificence it
famou.-nri'dece.anr whr-K' nA. 'u.Z
.mmm7Un Geo, ftercejwiir feft" r , j. 1
tepa tff U 'cepreteated; t this world.l,o jayiRVfVf$V& I
1 kiniu ii. P.;
,11, i .sh,,.,:., ..
a. il m i.er power to prPlrn,
uftemwoge, lokent of
O'arnt o power" w..i.l
.ll.i!e,e ui..bwi1 eo.1. J,h'.
JJetjjjuc uUuf w-Tanrr.rT fri
ample. f min. wbe.l. iee.-,
Would ant he eieelled. Ur-1 f, H"'
lurnUb haff of ,Unf ,hi, s,
miration ; whiUVr mineral dew
worlby of a-Bbil.ifi.rn M , i.V' r
qun-k.uver and g!d, ,.rk , 'f'H
...me., warlde. ilH, rjJ
State or what neoc,id kJ
rerna.k.ble .d .v,nrd,,Jy t" 'H
arlicle ,d furaiiure fr.on ,h T M
..earCharhme,- would a.,,,,, 0ull
amply repay ihe e.in.lruci.. 1W ,'1
her re,..rre of a mine k,udwWir71
iRetr eicetleTe. inlhe "H
thetr eicetleiiee, iifiile inv,,.
wain ine owner, ol land
Ihejf raltie, and add lf
ii!.. I.m : -: . ,
y n inn,,,,
tut ll'iiikinin I I u . '"Hill
hy Providenre on
I i 1 . " " Wn IL,
Sllflir V-inHavIllfT t..A n
ei.M unuer.uhe .omeilnng fr lhp 1
Slale ! ,.m..w ..... , "'"ttl
tiv an eihilniiim .if ,i.. , ,m
o.lll.nale d.rove,v hi, h wu,(, ,
llHme I,. p..,le,iiy ,Ml wj,h ,,, '
their aj-e? Soiel, w i. -he ,r
Iran, li. i.,.. I., l.wl .1...:. ... ',lr
.. y ......, ,V , finr dnnji
Me. wake up. and -heir tU,, ,,,,
Va::: irr r in
7" " Ill If l)B up r, )kl
epinl of ihe age. hm known of n , u J
o.. .-, aoo i. oirtng. morn torihe drrfU,,,.,
..I k.. . lL;l '""I
... n""0 well buid,
ghry .rocked and erj.iii,ed. are j,,
, t,.iiiip,runn in mr L,ni R(J
i. narii.iie w in unlm k the we. undiivj
prixfoi-iiiin to ihe rommerre .,f ihe y,,,, . Jl
wnrn me even. ion lake ,,re r.,m llw fuw
nini niim i.inner H, and ,tm (,J
iK.ia.iMirongn to Oeaiiloil we .hall I l,,,
into hort and dir'eel rnminuniiaii,,. .j,.,!..
l i.-h valley of the Mi-ii.ippiwiih llif.mib!j
Nrlh wel wilh the liiiuijani S h and aittf
tioirt il,i ,N..ti, c
- " f.fin l .k....l.l l. ,1 j r n
-.m,iu .w ur.-irr Ii inirMK. IM
anticipate ihe.n nrH.iiii mot em'nti id J
place her.ell at onee upon term i,f irmuij
lanceenip whh il.ie m eouneiinu will, J
.he may tie called upon ere Jvoe iu actmrK
nnporiHiil part. Our rilizen .hoiild lake ii
eoii.ideiailon Ihe imnorianre n l,.in; nr.vnl
in force and wjib material at the
e illinium, in orner lo do o creiliial-lt in
jefE.rt bould be uwde ai otuntiiHfj.-n imk,
movement, article, worthy hou!d he enlleeied,
placed iu .uiuhle rhr.re. and i,rh ii.i uk.r
aa w ill enalile North Carolina l J
thi occasion im a manner wnhv nlK.telf.
have made the.e enege i i,n w iih a view ij
elicit pul.lic aelirtn on thi. mailer, Imiinf t.i
other, more .killed to devi,e ihe !an and k
I rangemeutf. . , I
V,' " " verr Tour.
r 'D. k. McRAE.
U.MTKI) STATES' SRN ATK
" We find the following lint n( the Srnt'c.M
it will he constituted on and afer lU Ike
Mair-h neit, in the New Yoik Journal uftua
Whig in Italics ; Tiemncrals in Rmm (lo
marked F. Si are Freesoilcrs or Jfotfi
ists : ' '
Expires I JJrpirti,
Benj.Fit2pHtii k, 1855 Lewi. Ca. 155'
A Demoerat, 13o! Cha. E. Snnrt. 1S59
S.don B.nUnd, 1855 1). R. Ai.-hi-.n, 1955
W. K. Selia.nn. nmlIrnry S Grpr. 1857
CONXKCTICUT. EW HAMPSHUt
Truman Smith. lS55'tu(ie N-.rrie. jr.. 1955
Laac Toueey. 1 857.1 ',. (. Athert.m. 1PM
CALIFORNIA. I KKW YORK
WmM ii win; 1 Bm) W4I ,SerdIS
John H. Wetler. 1$57 HdmiUm FA -lfy
DELAWARE. NKW J.IKSEV.
Jame. A. Kavard. 1957 R-.l.i. F. Si.Hkiii.l"-i'
John M. CI avion. lS5ftiV'n.. U'risht.
FLORIDA. XORTII CAKOLHA.
Jackson Morton, 1955 f,Vo. E. Badger, $
S. A. Mallorv. lftiiT Vf.ri.nrr. 1W
Wm. C. Ihirson. 185ri
P. Cha-e, F..S-19W
Rob I S. Tombs.
1959 B F. Wade
1 fiP Inmrt t'utmfr.
Jea.e I). Bright,
1r,t,H Mnidheail, 185'
.1 KUBBK UI45P
1.... r 1 1. ta'l P It.nler." 135?
irr. - anil-Tit PlBOU
:.. If !,.. laO l nemnrmt. I"9
Archibald Dixon. 1855 James C. Jonet, '
A It 'rk. ioho J IVaiV. lSa
.UUSIAHA. ....... ,
Pierre Smile, 1855 Tboma J. Kuk.
JT 17-nmiStSr t MO'iin. Houston. W
v ioJc r,i, F.S. 185J
, Mirillivj., 10111,0. w.. . -
C. Sumner. F, 1857'Jame. M.
Edward Ecerelt. 1857 R. M. T.H ""'' ,f'
XARVLAND. - , -
r... i i - naRR laeI. Walker. I'3?
TAo. G. Pratl,
e 119 m Mviv.f avi- -
imj ajii.iiiii.iic-iii wi " - - .
:" e rJ ... .Ireadf fl""
j ne numner oi ueinoii .7
. . . ., u:.. ner. I J 1
ta flit ihr new csenate. w no-eg .
Wbig ditto 19.
Vai..Br MlO )f DII-'7 -
Mature Democratic tit '
both Hou.e..3; '--
- . .. i.f. i ..' in ik 'rriui
2 v araneie. uoumhih---
t k.r-.-it..A tdai Aiir or the accou1."" -
afe wiiT;Do a Drnocrilic ftaj L.
All the new State., it
ow-m;. -- -,Ai--i ,-4
w-jj.,..,. . j . ' ' ''' '"'".''" ..."'.r. . .-, Mt-.,i.i-..l