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" ' ,i
, ., 4 and
': . - . auntie
' rminiUs '.th
.atord to th planter and
and the cimtiguoie eouolie -fa-
greyly uperHr W thoe now engaged,
w!J epeUt lt eonenc of lh wait "
l-tJireclion. wonlj highly promote W ton-
i -t nrir.t-elleri to ml from
safHsTfts ssesu vp" -
tu W.-i-fufnihin aefrr, rn-ar epJi
l nutiuim rout. Mil wouraura
lathe conatruelor a .certain, and in all
Lll' 7 lrFC "l"0 tlaseauital -
Mitels ' '"
, Ka'o hr..rt. That lh construction of
-id rtimpika tie earnestly receainusonded lo III
.lwalion oflho Ueitidturi ass warts prop-
H be eaecute.1 Uv the Stale . 4 "
"jlr McQuimii dlHifftil the following reso
j,iwB, which was referral to the couiiniueo
thirteen: --? ' ' e-; , -
Rcaulved, That the general coram! uf &
t instructed to enquire into the expediency
af rtwlnding the Kileigh and. Ramon Kail Bind
Vr ll way Haywoud, in Chatham,, and
litrth M,) re county. loUolum!U, In 8-wath
Carliol nJ AM ""7 '9,ite ,n
tfoe&eticy of cncwlruclin a Rail Road tra.lini
fey the way - Cluprl Hill, HilUboroiih,
Mr. J II Bryan from the General Co;nmit
Irt nf thirteoo, presented the following report,
which wa rend, a'utj on motion of Mt, (Jiv
I a, ordered to he printed and-made the order
i the ddT for Thursday:
2'A General Committee to whom
jeeei referred the various Resolu-
' Hons upon the subject of. Inter
Mtt( Imprdrcinent, respectfully
. XZsR E 10 11 T: ? I
TUal MiTtejr' . have given to those
pmposfi lions ai 111ur.lt cRtisiJerafKiri
v their very limited lime would
Icrmil j and liave been extreme! v
nirous. if possible, to blend them
toelfjer so as to farm a harmonious
whole. 'Before however, they ex
DiWany opinion iiporu the merits
f any ofthese sehenWinhey deem
it due liMlie State, to the Legisla
ture, and to the Convention, to state,
that they regard a discussion oC the
menu or. any system .or improve
incut orematuro and idle, before
the wayif! and means are provided
fur tarrying the same into cnect
Your L'oiiimittee, therefore, consid
r it of indispcasaJi.'fi imjiortanee
that tins question should be at onee
Met and settled by the competent
authority. If the State of North
Carolina contemplates, and intends
to jjntrsue, with earnestness and efll
tieney, a systew of jlrilernal Itrr
prvf ment eommensui'afe.with the
wants and wishes of. heheoiilr.
.thetState of North Carolina must
Jo as her sister States who have a-eldeu-d
sueeess in tlysk noble pur
suit have dojicf sltevmust borrow
money, or in wine mode pledge her
faith and credit to promote IhcYn-tcrjirise.-
' Those works which would re
dound V. grcaily . to her wealth
aid power", we believe, 'cannot he
Bected by mere indtviiiual contri
butions: they require the impress of
male power, patronage and indu
rate, we have,ieen iieliuerattng
long enough tje time for action,
fur prompt, "vigorous and unilid
sution has come. loney is the great
lever by which the huge mass must
no iinivcii: we iiincjswciicc. aim skiii
to guide - and direct the motion.
lUccms to your, copimittce that
villi regard to works now in prog
M, Inasmuch as the State has the
strongest assurance of their utili
ty, and as the property of tier citi
zens lias been largely invested
iht'rcin, a claim strongly founded
ia' enlightened policy requires that
they fihould he aided and sustained.
Among 'the most prominent works
film description are tho Wilming
ton and Ilaleigh, and Raleigh and
fiaston Rail Roads. The State
nis already, with a wise and liberal
piiliey, made a large investment in
the ilmingjon ; -road; ' ond your
Mininiltee unanimously concur in
pinion with our Governor, that the
1 h'HtQlnlnjia '"rtrilinnnt titlk 1 eW"
I "IMllliT IflSlttlfllCflt.UI OlillTT SHI J-
rnplion- should bl? at onec paid,
WtUout waiting for the , corrcspon
g 'payment by the individual cor
porators. Your committee have
larucd that a mcmoi ial U now bc
wethc legislature, in which the
Jtigli and (Vaston Road have soli
Jeliii some mode the aid of the
'""tciand they would respectfully
tiiinuicnd in like manner that the
Pjjerof the petitioners be granted.
IVsc olijcctsmay he accninplish-
'y tho State wilhout resort to
nJ extraordinary taxation, an'
""lout the harden being felt by
iTicrc arc oth r great conlein
P'aled improvmenti which inter-
'argc sections of. the State, and
"fe w magnitlccnt and costly as to
wyond the reach of individual
''frprigc.Me allude to the Fay.
J wille. and Western Rail Road,
projected Inlet at the foot of
vueraarle Sound, and the con
ation of a Rail Road from the
pt of Beaufort to unite whh the
UHiig(on and Ilaleigh Rail Road.
fr coiiiiiuccoecd not. to show
, importance of the first men-
uy a me great , na
than to sf rccs 'of the region
SIce snlid penetrate, abouo'ling
but tn 4t inaiAI-illla nF nnlin...!
north flio.ruddy Kold Cii tt$
cerrr can cnjaJJ and also abffn
,,-,r ' , ; . .-;.-'
dantly provided with all the means,
for bringing into action a vast
mechanical power. The Inlet at
the foot of Albemarle Sound has
been repeatedly surveyed and ex
amined, both by scientific and prac
tical men, who unite in opinion? that
it is practicable, ami that it would
be of such great utility as to com
mend itself strongly both to the
Federal and State legislatures.
Without disparagement to the other
101-4 s oT the State, your Commit
tee believe that in depth of water,
facility -of higt ess and egress, se
curity M-:n storms, and salubrity,
tha l'ort of Beaufort is unrivalletl.
Its great importance was fully test
ed during the last war, when it af
forded harbor and protection to the
largest class or privateers witli tlieir
prizes, and when it was the resort
of neutral ships for the purposesf
eomTuerce. Added to this-your
Committee entertain the hope that
it will receive the favorable atten
tion ofThe jjieneral Government as
a naval station, which would great
ly enhance its value to the Siate.
jour Commltfce unanimously re
co!iiinendtthcse works for the aiI
and patronage of the State, and
believe that at least four-fifllia of
their cost would havtobe defray ed
by the Public Treasury.
In reviewing the works which,
compared with these, fnust be eon
s'ltlcred minor, works, 'and whiela
have been referred Jo them, ytav'
committee would fccftinmentl the
fol!owing: "V j
Ihe revival ofUift charter or tlte
Fayetleville nd Raleigh Rail
Road, and a nublio aid of two-
li filis of the stock.
The incorporation of a com ia.
ny to construct a road from tlte
Wilmington and llnleiglt Hail
Road, from a point near Waynes
borough, to Raleigh, and an aid of
The surrey of Neuse river, with
a view to Its .adaptation to steam
navigation, vfrom Newbcin to the
Your cpuijnineTHyiJi en
deavnretlin ilisclmrcc the iTITrV U' -
posed upon them. They ean hard
ly hope lyjiave given general sat
isfaction: they could mwlsli that
every section and neighborhood of
the State should-participate ia the
advantages of a liberal and benefi
cent system of internal improve
ment; but they believe that this
muHt, bathe work of time and of
gradual developeincnl. They -will
naturally be thrown olT from the,
larger trunks as the branches of
a vigorous oak, while a hasty and
forced culture might bring with it
a sickly existence and premature
decay, - ;
Jin conclusion, your Committee
rccoramcn'd that a select . commit
tee be appointed to rommunit-al e
these views to the Legislature ci
ther by memorial or.ollierwise, as
Way be most acceptable to that lion
I JOHN II. BRYAX, Cliormaw.
On motion of Mr. Haywood, ordered that
i committee of three be appointed, to estimate
and report the present available funds of the
Stales what ura it will b necessary tor the
State to borrow in order to foster Internal Im
provement according to llio plaffreported by
the committee of -thirteen, and estimate as
well as they can tho probable cost of each of
the orks recommended by llm report. "Ilie
committeo, undor that hvitinn, consists of
Messrs. Haywood, E. L. Vinlow, and V.
B. Shepard. , T
JOa motion, tho Conrentioii'tilkuroed un-
rtil to-morrow 10 o'clock.
v ' - . f 7V b eiiiiif(t .sl.. i
TUB STA R.
RALEIGH, DEC. 13, 1838.
The Resolutions of Mr. Raynef, condr mn-
ingr the courw ofow Senators, hare been un
der discussion in the I louse of Coramom, In
Committee of the Wbol
Mr. Rayner has made - m ery able md elo
quent speech in Ujeit euport,; which he
cut with l two-edged vsrrvrd. Be traced with
peculiar accuracy tne Uaakinn Sjra,iiHl
showed in usefulneas, i n a rivid contrast be
tween those nations which hare adopted or
rejected tho system. He' was severe and
cordiiog, when he. spoke'of the Sub-Tree
aury project that OR K A.T . measure ot de
liverance and liberty;" arid aptly compared
the President's paid Sub-Treasuren le the
M clansmen of Rhoderie I hureadj it i mo
ment to prinjr to the voice 01 sod of their
roaster." Mr. Rayner iss a younjiivdgiM
on of North Carolina; the State may well be
proud of him. May his courts be mwatd and
uptfJrd ta1he"career ot' iaaefuInessitionorV
On Monday, he was replied Ho by Mr.
Whiaker, of Halifax, in a speech of an hour'
length. On-Tuesda j, IVIr. Eaton, of War
rori, took the floor, aatl spoke for more than
an hour in opposition to tlie Resolutions, He
was followed by Mr. Cardwell, of Rocking
ham, 'on (he same aide who was replied to
in a humorous strain by IVIr. (1. C. Jones.
Some sharp-shooting then took place between
Messrs. Rayner and VV tat taker, and Musis,
fioyden, of Surry, and Caldwell, of Meck
lenburg; alter which, on motion of Mr, Hoke,
of Lincoln, the com twitted lose, rtpoijeJ
progress and obtained Leavve to sit limn.
INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT CON
Tills body Mjeurne! on r itday eftnlnjr
lasUiWe eommence .te publication' or its
8lLK, CULTURE. i
Ws a'riiaJebuJ to D, Jiaas Muni, sf
Deiufurt, for a aample of nwinfiilk, raiudand
aunufictorwd ia hi family, whirh we ban
'shows 1 number of genliemen, all of whom
eoueur in pronouncing it rqutl to the best Ital
ian. It may b cn at our office, where pernrii
who may b dwpoMd lo do so, Sli re'spectifull
for ureral days,"",twI t0 ca" " examine it.
1 He (reat Qccea which ku attended the si
perimenlt which havabee made bjtbeenler.
prising citiaen of lb North in the silk culture,
bus attracted ib attention ol Ihe whole eoun-
rys and w arc gratified lo And that the peoplt
of llm Stale ar manifeetin a strong dispwi
lion to embark in th business. Out they ntnl
legiaUtiv eneouragenienti snj we sinrorrly
hope th pretrstt Leglilalura will pais tn set for
that purpoae. Tbi wis and heneficenl polict
hae been a Jopted ty the Nwiliern Suieii snd
the iwult pro the eaampts worthy ot imiis-
lion. North Carolina Is better adapted Id lb
silk culture than any portion of Ihe North: snj
it is equally certain that, by Legislatiie aid In
its introduction, it may beeomejmuch
profitild thanniakingron in tWlJinuisi
The subjoined act, paawA by (he I.i'iUlalure ot
Pennylani7 will eliow Ihe amount of eiicou
agement eaten Jed to this new business in tint
Siat. In Cannectit-ut, where' it iibccoftwj
eitensi and highly profitable, the Stale fim
a boiiBty of $ 1 :50 on every pound of silk rsiasd
saj manufactured autliin its bordtra, Thi juet
paye lh expense of raising, and the silk is tlNo
sold at 6'ei pound.' '
N ACT TO PROMOTE THE CULTl'RE
' OP SILK.
SiCtiow 1, StitimcUi if tht Semlt
ana Mrpreuntativti tflht Ci
mtnvealiK FeHHtylvania in Utntral ,fi
itmHif met, and it h hertbf tnutttd if a
r&srirjr Ihe earn. Thai from anrnl alier the
NMw of the 'act whenever ant Person or
person, either individual!, or enlteelitely, shell
ntencetl nnr Detroit. Aoott )O0 rat-
riolicmiwl over fru let Antricii
lide. on tin till liiiiilitaiili
. . ''I U .1. JU..H ' , .
mil kilMir, Piliiililitili!;
taken, ddiipilii In tiiml
Bt in rinmi din rnn At Kilckll
in nsai ij hi nit iiKitiiiiitMi
Il lutein hi, ' 1
proceedings in to-day paper, and ihall, we
hope, be' able to conclude themli ojirneit.
Forty counties were irepreaented, and there
Were about 900 elegatea in iltejldince
Tbe moit Important proposition presented
to their consideration -were discussed with
great ability. Aioonjj the principal Speak
ers, were;th. President (Judge Saunders)
Mr. John H. Bryan, f O Iwftirman of the Gen
eral Committee) Mer. James W, Brym,
"f ' Pirlornt WilliamI V- llavwnnd. JilB. nf
m Cityta! J I Inry of Cumberland,
Huih McQucWof. OlSPS V
Shepard of paquotatal, Thomaf-wl,n
man, of Uunitnbe, and
At prcserp we have no room for comment,
further thuji to say, we'should have been
much better ploased with the result of lbs
deliberations ol that highly Intelligent and
patriotic body, had the report of the General
Committee been adopt. We were tng-
ieufctb have seen the Oeaufort improvement
ranked, u il unquestionably deserves to be,
among the work of primary importance.
Our opinion of the importance of that port
to the Sate of North Oarolina it well et
pressed in thecommuuication of ''Clinton"'
in anotliei column, to which wo, invite si-
tention. We hope the- legislature will ear.
ry out the recommeisdations of tlie Cenvea.
tion, with tliii amendment, that Beaufort be
placed with the first class. We shall en
large upon this subject '- hereafter, s The fol
lowing resolutions contain the specific lecom
mendationt of lbs Uonwention, which are t
be brought to the notice of ihe Legislature
by a wlcctcotninittee, consisting of Messrs.
It. M. Saundera,' Jan-Allcn, If, Mo-
- .'..ao"' " a W wv a t n
Viuoeiii'ii- ti. Marsteiier, wu, iienry, J.
IL Bryan, and Clingmsai.
i ' . ' V . M
1. Rthhtl That the Convention concur ia
th Report of its Genera 1-SCommiilw, that lb
, . .
verai wons m aropsroveoaeni menin n,
commmded dsserv I baa sCrosiage of lb ttut.
; TO TUB EDtTOIl OKTIIE STAR. J
, Sir, I am happy lo pereeiv that f eta are
(circled a one ol the delegates to tlie Int- r
nol ImprAvrrDeitt Conventioii, wliicli will meet
at Halrigli on the 10th instil indulge a hope
Ilia! Von will gin: to tlie cliirasof ll l'ort
of llcaiif.irt that respectlul and mature core
aultrratiun to'-wlsiclv I bey arc entitled. O'tr
orlliy tiovernor, for lmm I entrrtsirs the
highest respect, lwi cnmniuniceted to She
ijjisl iturr, at great length hivicon 'flae
internal imjirovcnicitta necessary to be pro -cciited
hy ihe Slate. Iliit in' tl.U Comiuuni
Ca'i -hi, lie li-4 neglcctrd In meiition ihe J
vantairri uf the I'url "f llra-.ifuil and paea
by clair voyance tliroiigh llie air, from tlie.
t."upe Kear Itivrr In Natlifil. cipem a Krc"'
inlri tlirrr, and build a cnmmercial city to
rival Norfolk. People herrabo -U f plain
Ctinirnim vntt, do not believe that Ihe re
notiir,, of t'ie Cbini ae empire could snaSte
t Nagdirad an inlet and part rq ial lo IWavU-
r..ri- q .
I will venture fo aay that tbere is no State
in tlie civilized world, eicept N. Carolina,
hari g a sea l'ort equal to llekiifiut thut would
rinut etiain every neive, and riliauat her !at
dollar in rluu'i-,liig cunimnniculioni friT
aucji a port wiill.tlie back Cou'iilry. The
tiorernor mention aSliiri channel from Keine
lo the hurbmir of . Hraufnrt. Tlie U-iitel
States are abhut lo tlerpen Cure mmii-.I.
which will ibvite,.in a jfrcal degree, the
utility of a ship channel frii Wene Uiarer
and make a gnod inland navigstiim for. all
the eaalrrn cmsnliett the Port of a-sfort.
A rail road -from the Port of-Beaufort t
Ihe Ciiy of lUleigh i entirely practicable,
at s amall eiprntc let eur State follow the
example of Georgia, and mall this roaiTt
once with 8ta funde, and the people of N.
Carolina will anon find out that they hare a
ea-port equal to any in the world for cona
mreial purpose. Whh such a rail road and
turnpike from Itah igh westward, that c;ty
would raiiidlr increase in nnnulal'ion and .
wealthi(Ml become in a fevyrars, to llwat.
fun. li Munclie'iiler ia In Liveroool.
An 9h.!ej0rTr1l-:11KT'-'' PSperpfl
u iiie-.') -- o
I need, o) :-:
and ouiht to a elMelthi. -
, 3. Urnlvti, Thl in order to carry ok the
iwt of the Convention, avid at the sami lims,
to accommodate them to the meins snd blilily
of she Slate, a loan of three millions of iolliri
ought lo lie contracted. ,
3. Atin, That if the pronation of
Atrtf twsl wwk, - t-h J-on(ioo iom-
enj the lutlowing elaaavitacation:
I. A juarinle byjhe JMtate of die hundred
ihmiwid dutUrs lo th Gastun and Itsleigb Kail
Itoad Compsny. it
t.A sulwriplion hy the folate of lour fifths
of tlie. Caiitl Slock of tlae Ftyelletjlls snd
Yadkin llsil Road Company.
3. The incorporation of a Company lor the
opening ofan Inlet at Ihe fjot of Allieinirlt
Sound, and a subscription by the Stall ol lilies
filthioliu Cap tat Mock. :'
. SECOND AS?.
" I- A Riil Road from Ueaufort Harbour ta
connect with the Wiluiington and Riligh Rail
liuad, sod ssubwriplion ly tho Stat of (uur
nfthe of tt Capital Stock.
2. A Rail Koail from ftleih tn internet
with the Wilmington and Raleigh Rail Rued,
(l or near Wayiieiboraoiatra. and a Rail Road
from Rali-ijh tn Fayetievalle, and a anbmijiiloii
to cacli, of iwo fifiba of the capital stock by Uie
Stale. 1 ' . . -
. RettktilrAt the opinion of the Comen
tion, that thi' balance of riaa aubacriplM by lbs
State io ilit Wilmington snd Raleigh Contra
ny ought to be paid without delay; llutnintji
of WIJeandTar. Rivera, with Ibe vie ta
ttleani Navlatios, snd, 1 the' survey of a route
from ReleiiWa Hillaboaroosh,' to (Irsenibe-
rough, in Guilford County. -whh ihe view to
MeAdtmiied Turn, n bee . Itol, oilght to be
mt.ls by lbs State; and if tbe aid rivers should
be found such as to jurtlfjr the use of Stem
Boats, th Board of Internal Improsenwnts bs
aurhorited lo contract ac-ordfngly. And that
a compsny he incorporate! jtortbt eonsl'uetion
of tlx aid hd and t eu tacriptien ef Iwo-Clllu
'ncy to ffswe
,'ofiu capital by the State.
' IMPORTANT-Tlaes French have de
Btroycd the fortress' of San Juan de Ulloa,
and taken Vera Crux, w a tit th loss of only
6' men, but immense destruction lo the Mex
TO lUILf K
rl MjiUllikinjlit jnilJifj
M;til fnim tht line m iltittil inn
and ti't.il k k
n' llit l(lfiiiliini Mil ealjt
int almiii ntii:ii!iilwiiiil.v
wnscilitil In rtiiniliili il
act nf null Ii'uil iiijiititi, ll'i
lanitci'iiiii.sr mlii niiit all
Hit course pmper It It suited.
IHEEIIU, t-ll Itll'll II w
The I'liirtiwi, iml Sfa, liii
anil, W, N, wiiiii, mi lb
ml Sitcilira, ill iifilum iiuli ft
iaSuKiloil ll(nitlt Itiii.Mi,
trt-wcrJtlT mill, UitiriieJ ptiitilj,
e( rmlasHtfeas, OwrlSanial
T" i iintflll IN 1
riaM MT alllK Willi III UlM MmM.Uis)a lih sat
.h. ar they, .hall U emitted tolrsw frora' to K" f ""
aiaimaurii m nnmi.m f ...... r. M-lllltll IHU't," A Nri M
J tr 'V W IWTfl J VVIIIOt I US J.J. ' V
and every pound of eoenons sobv bim her but rfliKcllal, Mill litkH
or them, raised, and fifty cnta per pound so
each pound of ajood silk by hire her or them
reded iron cocoons so raised: and the penon
er peraons ao claiming Ihe premium aforesaid,
shall Irat exhibit the cocoons raised, and lbs
silk reeled, saa aloreaaid, to on alderman er jos
tle of the peace, within the proper eity er roan
ly where they shall hive been raised. And lbs
said aldertnaa er justie shall (hereupon sum-
tne in peraon claiming lh premiums, as afore
said, Upon bs or Iheir oath, of affirmstinn; snd
shall .require the party ao claiming the premi
um lo twear or affirm thai the cocoons were
raised in the Slat of Pennsylvania, after the
piualnf of this set, and that the premium has
not 1wfcr been chimed by. or paid lo any oilier
person. . And ajae In relation jo such othrir
facta, matters, ami things, ea is or msv be ia
their opinion connect!, whh lh rsiaine er
nelina- at Am mmtnm. A n.l nnnn il,. a.i,l.nM k..
E. L. Willow, of Hatahafectory to hisniiid.be shall jhrrs-
noon anaira rKja"i .""
sdlsfths kam. ArMhi!1.
and coantyraaaorere, upon the prevention ol
lh eaid certitWte or cerlifleate, aie hereby su
thpriaed and diroctd to par the amount nfihi
earns, out of any mori,,, beong0 ,0 com.
monwesllb. which mar than l ia ih.i, h.,i.
And lhaatale taeawnretin eelilinr the iamiii
iih avvnriM.aijana county iraaaoms,
"h ana n s nerany aulhonsetl and direeled
I rec4vihe aaid certificate aa eouhslenl to lbs
aaosmr of moovy paid out therein, in conform,
tty wilbjdjstvosi.n of this acl; and tbe nine
shall b audited and adjusted in like manner
sJotbr payment out of the ireaaury, erenow
suJlledaod ejueled by law,
"fT.1? 2. Any fc,setrearln under this
ad shsrMte indielalil and Duni,l,.l,l.
, mm ia punianau, AnJ
Iraudulent proeunnf ol the premium on eoeooni
wreeled lk, under the proijaiona of ibis ail,
snail aa aeesarsi a miademeanor. and on m.
vklioei punUhahl as inch hy fiHei'MIinbiiMn"
ment,at lbs dsaereiion of the court.
Bsctiow 3. Th weiihinr tin nmi
minialering tlae oath or affirmation required la
Ibiaaet, and making out the cerlifieale. the jua.
lice (ball be entitled to a fee of Iwenty-flvecenti,
lo be paid by the perton I applying for the same,
oicTio 4. he prnvitinns of this set shall
not continue or remain in force, fur any grrltcr
length of lime than unftl the first day of Jsnu
7in tbesMsnd eight hundred and forty.lhrea,
Mai'er CdimliiJMiJjiiiiii, tin
I lie Memorial
ar, r.inriHB llailryle nairnatyMy,
b-,...M V n U-I.LP.. ..A.U.I
w T '--m KOti UtBIIHW' ll,
H0 Il aT, n a. I.
W kaf aaaannls le Taraitir 11 il ilj
all waa quiet. The tanb of loaler and despera
does have svretl y mack itiniiMarad ilu il.
military arrival. Th State, hrwtver, Is yd
illioula rovasmmrnt the Wliwaaml TU. J
the Kerireaentalavr meetvog arparaiel; as brink
-HieTorle in I be Capitol, and tlie Whiitial
GleunV a nravate hoove.
t'he tttnase as uSimuli-aiMl V.i .i. ii...
tueaday araa aaaigneil'fnr rounlmg ilmntMim
ib Cumrrjition, and for tleciinr a U. Hi.ki 8u-asoe.
We" have rumors of the disenvprv nf
further Defalcations in Washington.
One of (lie individuals alluded to. holla
in office in e-IJoreau cuiinecteTwilh Ihe
IreasuTy Deparliucftt. .,
' " 1 --r. , .
Appointment by tht I'mitltnl, M
)ij tliwprneH 11'tlriilHlKi
procfftliiiii, jrwili(, U liij aW,
no fufi inae, bal milin; ii lae'irui
port vim ef lit nil fciijiW
H hiatliat '
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KC n m II PjV-i
bb , . '
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lybatham uounly N, 0,
As UnntuCrofJuJuj, l,l
aeta, lira, Charin, Ttsaas. ssawtsl a
simely awl sndilr nrpartar rreathta. at
waa iiitrmr asm tleierredly eileemrd bysll W
arqiiahilane, and (Mailt III tf
" aaTeal. aariliy, aadusefiil aHltra. .
inrnflttM MinfibiLfj J
an ib !
briiiio Aikw, MhaMa
H M'I to mom, bat act imV
r an iiineiim atinul ilirci virki, Mr,.lMn
"P17 iae nests m its mia.-f.
Vataaartatf aSriSrK HSa'tav
t mm a
nnd u'ilh the advite und content 0
.Vri!rtff.-Herimin F. Biitlorl f
Torn, AUorney of the United Stales
fur the Southern District of New York,
in Ihe place of William M. Pike, e'
Ths Dank of Cape Fear has declared 1
dividend of 4 per cent, for tlie huitnnu
moiithit, .' .' '
THb lziftlature of this State itient
bled at Frank fort on the 3rd instant.
In Senate the Lieut. Governor, C.
A. .WickliiTe, took Ihe Chair, at pre-
siding officer, and ft. P. LetcharrVV.;
was elected Speaker uf the Hume,
jeifjiout opposition. Gov. Clark's in-
verr well written
paper, In which a large space il devo
ted lo those interesting topics Internal
Improvement anil popular Education,
It ii very Bound on the aubjert of Alio-
1I1011, ana recommends riuid measure!
lo suppress incendiartsmi..
,Ai oon i we can find room we
1I11II give extracts. . '
"The Bant ot the State has declared
t dividend or 5 per rent, on eft capital'
tock ind the Merchiiffltosiik of
dividend of J p
under I1I1 nil iii,iliifllW(. um
. . imiuiiiin
IK-i.ii, mi, m
f AJim noil 1
bawl Ij lh kid ela I'umlwilt!
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lit that hriaagain preareil to furaiib Ibfria
im (wiiimisl) Merts lltJlirauh is lak
In auil purrhsiern shs,aniirty sf .WIFini
r,ri 11 Uf kitfmi i uM
put np ao m la go nftty aay Jalatiet lmisi
at a dtttanet may real asaared ( hiisf U
order (nil tap wish ill rlMiU, nib
illeh, 'fl Hiiiw lifiilnl,
iniiii,pMwii hi, lintii,
raunt wilt bs jajido fo (l,h Apply lo
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U Lunafunl k Eatoa's, Peteistenj Ti
rs si otttimi-imm 11 111,111
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Praath, by aNallre, ' UK
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nana rll 1m pajaWe losueh etockliolittre as are
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