I W M M "" . I m ... . m.i --- - . ! 1 9 - ' " ' 1
IS nuDusneu ;very rnuj j
i nFPn GALES Sc SON,
it Three Dollars $er annum, or One; Dollar
.id a Half for half a year to be paid m
n 4) "5nt. Samitkt. Stevens' wa-1 reply, which must have made the cheek
re-elected Governor of the State of Ma- of the traitor burn with shameif fehame
ryland. ' ' T ' 'y- was left in his composition after his bas
desertion of the cause ot , his country
-rrMine-16 lines, neatly inserte
:.L. r-r- Ttollar. and 25 cents for every sue-
Sdinff publication ; those of greater IengUi
-n the same proportion Comhtcwicationr
lhankftuly receiyecL...LiTTHS to the Editors
must be postpaid. ' ' -
. Pennsylvania. The following, we
learn, was the state of the vote for Spea
ker in the House of Representatives o
the Xegislature of this State, viz :
m Joseph Lawrence (Republican) 4tJ votes.
The name ot Moriuo is oiay -huovvu
in Ebdand as that of a Wan who was
the 'persecutor of liberty in America,
and a traitor to us c;iusc.iopi.
mas G. Polkl John N. Phifer and John
Durgan, which was agreed to, and a
committee appointed to superintend the
balloting. I . '
r The bill to amend an act passed in
to exempfevvessels under sixty
ftnterinsr Cane Fear River
from payingipilotage' was on motion ot
. Cox aniendedxby adding the toj-
' Provided tliatthis
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1823. j
Some weeks ago a paragraph appearr
in the NewYork Statesman con
taining dertain mysterious allusions f o
letters said to be in the possession of
Gpn. Jackson, which if published.
der the same roof with Morillo,"
this state : fcnd thus amended the bill
, with my own will, shall I be un- act shall not apply to end ov &
' . w nt. , rnmmanded bv any of the citizens ot
. . v
Jacob nolgate I , do.
William Lehman (Federalist)
John Reynolds do.
Mr. Lawrence was supportea pjr me states pnntea on: ymtC - UatTon had a maioritv of votes.
RoaAe, Rsuney, Ramsay, Stedman, Stephen
Stewart, ? Seawell, SidbuTy, Sellers, - Smithy
Strange, Tillett, Taylor, vTnompson; i urner, ; ,
W. tJndemood, D. Underwood, Vann, Web- ,
sterS. Whitaker, Walton, Worth,. White, '
Watson,' J. G. A. WilEamson, Web VWright, .
L.P. Williamson,- Walker, J Whitehurst; (W.
WafonT-82. 'v r " . " J- -j ' 1;
Those yoting against the indefinite ;
postponement were : : v -t'
Messrs. Alston, Alford, E. H. BeU,'Boden-
hanier, Baine, Brooks, BealL Collins, Con- ,
rad,! Croorh, J. Cherry, ; Carson, Clement, .
flamnbelh I Darean. Edmonsto'n, .dwarda,
Flvhti Fisher ,'J Gordon, Graham, lfargve,
friends, of Mr. Crawford j Mr. Smith its way to Europe
by the friends of Mr. Calhoun
Mr. Holgate by the-friends of General i ab()ut t0 UIidergo
' I i i Tyin Pppq passed its second reading. j. L. Hilt'Hehhe, Henderson, Hastings, Hel-.
The Philadelphia Pemocratlc, Mr. Hatch from the balloting com- len, Hunter,- J. A: Hill, IredeD, Love, MfMd- f
o,v Already we have seen the late .f: "ruirio Melchor, M'Lean, Morgan, Al-r
'Ported that no one m.nom!- --vef
Received from the House of Com-
sts of Sn
o undergo sewrer- ow ancf withdrawing the name of
; f ol -AVh pn two sreat parties divi
proposition tor i tj e nHtion, it was almost certain
calling a Convention to revise the ion-1 that one
would annikilate the prospects of stitution of this State, with the javow- rate, so
as a candidate fer the Presiden- UdfpurpoWto reduce the term ofl office pi submit-but with five jected on iti second
F0day,Dec. 12. . ;
Mr. Lowrie presented a bill to aVer
the time lof holding certain terms of the
tourts tnerem menuoneu ive au uw
first time. " f
Mr. BlarJcledce from the Commitfieo
nnHpd at the last session of the (reneral
The enjrrossed bill to add a part ot Assembly, supplemental to an aci.rass-
i. tt',i ' ,.ra wl fKo fhirfl i A ih rsTit Assftmbivt 'tfir the dl-
by the New-York Patriot, with the dence; passed the House of Represen- be obtained for any one ? Who is to d 0i.defi 'to be enrolled. , It vision of Rowan, reported it is ex-
imc ofMr. Crawford. The .Wasli- tatives, but was rejected in the Senate give up his lavorite ? Ho to wr. th'ereforea w. pcfet and necessary; that the said bill;
Lublican copies the whole of bftw,nty-three votes. telpassed ?T?f ?cu
Saturday, jjec. io. . -1 reo. m, anu um reau ujc uiu ihmb.
This blank was filled up at once 0fjthe Judiciary and lessen itsmojepen- r six candidates how is a majority to
inton Republican copies the whole ot hy twenty-three ;votes. obtain a leXal majority, will the
. Ti.m a- i: i i - t w . - l
it, and it has been banaiea aooui ironi
j r -V.rt rmmfnr in thP
one aim y - y er of the Penitentiary of this State
thpr unt l many persons senously be- eJ U1 v ulc A z ; t J . i .
ether, unt I ma y P . ;J a made, to the Legislature now m session
iieve xna, ZT l;a balance appears in favor of the State,
eorresponnen, n e of SI 798 41 cents. Sixty-eight priso
gencer, says it is .time to stop the , . the wls.& -j. ,
circulation of the untruth thus genera- ners remain wu i f ,
ted. The Editors of the National Inr j In Georgia, the Lej? slature have passed an
ali;nronr Af Authorised to state, that Art . reauirine-the citizens f that sUte, at
Mfltl v 1AVfV,m - ' 1 - - T V
i -nrf nf fhl-r.: disappointed parties submit, withany
T:; I:. bettef grace than - tlie RepubHcanm - - , dodl Michael God- aer mrt of the line div
?l ' the days of Adams, or the 1 ederansts f ; and Ben: GodIey Read the first regimenis of Militia in Sui
I1011' in ilie days of. Madpon ? rr. t f J : R?ad the first time. ;
ucpfnrd novpr had an V corres- the next eeneral election, to endorse on their
pondence with General Jaclion other tjeket or
... e o . ' .J Jite the manner in which the Presidential
. i i M x at warn m ai ' -
tnan in nis cipuciiY ui v-i"t j "
This eoes to post-
- ,' . i ritrtiuio oil. - o .
1 a a wnnn.. . ..
War; tliat nc never .wroicw , , . n - d alteration till alter tr.e tee to
ral any other letters than such as were . ofthe next Pres-,deiit. The Senate, consol
, . ! t Ml I t. 1 - . ! . 1 . (1 '. "' "II "1 .
Mr. Williams oresented a Din to le- Mr. J. 15. v nent presentea a Din w
niviaing -inp w.u
if , :'' 1 TOP Tim TimP. . ,".r i ... i. .1,
j ! .. ii .i . i:r I Mr: rornev liuiii tuc v""'",iv i luiit ucnuc uum uivaiiuummw iw
The only way to settle an . uim uir whora was referred the petition of Hale Wnom referred the bill respecting V
ficulties is by a Congressional Caucus. ralaeyrof Rowan, aU the counter- thi reservations to certain Indians in '
(gQgiu ; I petition oi xuw icft'o"1 uic whup uvijuuvu j v .7,
reported uiifavorably to the prayer 01 th -Cherokee Indians, reported tne dui
Mr.. Hatch 01 Jones, irom uie currea in, ana ine DUi wa.s reau uie.ou j j
frrpil thft bill to repeal the latter clause The bill to repeal so much of the&cts
ik c H7frnthelect Commit- of the 8th section and the whole of the 0f Assembly of this State, as require
Mr. Sneed from the seermit 9th, loth, and 11th sections of an act persons who complain of injury done to
r to whom was referred the bill to vin, iuu ii wK-. iu' unu J J u;
GENERAL I ASSEMBLY.
Thursday, Pec. 11.
. '- f . - r.-n 1 r 11 m otivo.rn tiim 111
, and are ot . recoru in, tne yv.ar b- a We majority, has passed a ism, i.or aiw. 0t jnis suiie, iwamv .v r-
. . . . x 1 r . . .. . a" . k t 1 inn rfnnrTKii uic a
, ami that he never requcsi- ihjr the election ot governor iron. ,o 5.- .. - r T -. K w
' . . . I r . .. . ! ...i....i,.D;ni. Icnndrvnmendments, wnicriw
letters wnitcii ,uj iiamrc 5" 5 """-v. - 1
fd the return ol any
him to General Jackson, as is intimated
in the original publication in the New
ere agreed ported the bill without amendment.
.Wnfthe Mr. Foriiey moved for the indefinite
Yeas and Nays calle'd for by Mr. Sted-
Therc is so much point in the follow
Our readers will !
The bill introduced by Mr. Martin,
from Rockingham, for establishing a
Bank on the funds and faith of the
State, was yesterday "indefinitely post
poned by the House of Commons, 71
to 51. The, debate and the yeas and
pays on this question shall appear in
We thank the Baltimore Patriot for
restoring to the real author, the beauti- f en,
ft.i r.ntitled "The Ruins,''!
14 a W V m-M M -tmm. j "
which lately appeared in the Register.
Selleck Osborne, is a name long
known and adnujed'in the ranks of na
tive Genius, and we estimate his talents
I . . 1 J. 1L nxlnf lt Trie. I VII. I' III I1C Y
I. rJ aJoi nnm-lcarried ; Teas 42, JNays iy. , .-,
irieu d'esprit, that we make no apo- ' bill "On motidn of Mr. Scales, a message
PJ- . r .i,U wni mittee to whom, H f Commons,
tp?v maciuiig iQ it amend ana exienu t .pPv.., , :i0folw fnr n
A,t it applies to the late competi- ,806, the mre
tion for, tl,e Speaker's chair. ment nominating for that
the ScMte,one speaker's .noughn the P.ira,Sto.LM lt Stokes, D. Cameron,
or Courts 01 i..aw ai,ull l. ,
'n,r mnv sn nfxumuiate, tnai
It would have been Stkaxoe, if there had not
been Moore. j.
I Tnrnh Rmwn. of Louisiana, has been
I v u w w ---- - - - - T J!'
appointed, by the President of the li
nked States, with the advice and cpn-
ent of the" Senate, to be Envoy Extra-
narr and Minister Plenipotentiary
o France, vice Mr. Uaiiatm, resigneu.
4 . ,
UW rannnt be tried at the? regulai
c f those Courts. ! , reported an a-
lcl""1 ' . A . ...i.i r
mendment to strike our ne uuit.
the .bill, except the words ' a; Bill,
andrfccommenueti, c t f11"" v :
I amendment submit dAreea 10, aim
I made the order of tlie day for Monday
next. ' . . : 1. .- ,M . . .
The bill to repeal an act passed m
1814, allowing-, compensation to the
ci,v.;trr t-ofinTiiiijr Olficer, who shall
t Saturday, Dec t13. 1
Mri Frederick presented a bill to in
corporate Friendship Academy in Du
nlin countv Read the first and second
ernal Improvements for the thine. . : , '
j 1 he House resumed the considera-. .
tion of the report of the committee on -
the Judiciary ordered to lie on tne ta
ble) on the expediepcy of amending
tne roao laws so. as to supercede tne
Tlio. Turner, Du rant natcn, jno.jw.-
in. nd J. ID. Hawkins.
Mr. M'Dowell from the Committee
appointed to conduct the balleting tor necessity of the same being &iven in
i The last iFayetteville Observer says,
hanov to um Ip nnll for the election of mem-
U U now' navimble. The Steam- bers to represent the County (JWe.
rm i Ar in i mm i Triiri ni j k?ov -
. m v - - I jwt.1. t, -i - x i ire mini i r;i iiiiiv.
nf rnmrnnn iustice bv this acknowledg- Lvon;no,-fnr Wilmington, and will be J..: WolIWn; rrPSHntwl a bill t6
ment We Jjave never seen tlie volume c it is probable, this morning. Se- amen(i an act passed 'in 1795, lor ap
i i i :.. ' (,.f0(t niid thprc-l! ' i Wl i i J.wi ,.,WK PftHnn .and mntmn- P.ntnmissioners to fix on a -pro
irom v-mun u 7 verai .riai,-ritci 1yvT" . "V "V. :i'Lr w;ito and
Flour? have likewise sailed. Business F-e.
vvill now revive, and we trust will not tX . -
a.rain be interrupted during the season. alcer presented a bill to amend
Oiir market has already expeneaceu an act passed in ims, lo uut ,
fore inserted it as an, original commu
Imprisonment for Debt. -Propositions
have been made in the Congress
of the; United States and in the Legis
lature of Virginia, to abolish imprison
ment for debtl AVe hope these lauda
ble attempts ' may be t crowned witli
complete success?. ' AVe feel proud too,
that North-Carolina was the first to biot
this odious feature from, her statute
book . '' J' ,A " , ' '"'.
members have appeared in this body
from thV Countv of Lewis, all with cer
tificates from the Sheriff enabling them
, to take their vseats, and all qualifaed
i....ii.'n: :i f fitntp. The case nas
been referred to the Committee of Pri
ilexes and'Electiohs. .
A petition was presented a few iWys
since, from sundry inhabitants of FrauH
lin County, praying a reduction of- the
wares of the members of the Legisla
ture frtlm g4 to. S3 per day, and mile
SO cents, which On mo-
tlnn fnr "reference was lost Ayes 55,
Nots 123.- .' , '-
, t -J- .P,ricivTs. Jun. has been
I.A.DIE.a .1 ' s
unanimously re-elected Governor of the
State! of Virginia, for the. ensuing years
enceforth be enabled to procure their . g ;
supplies without dilficulty. t ; ;
A rise mthepriceoi oalt, i m fkiuai, wx-v,. .
sequence of its scarcity, is not likely Mr. Williams presented the petition
r.t- u : - i iv nravmff an aineiiuiuciH ia
chants' will profit by the experience oil v-j Rd0 the better or2
this season, and lay m a stock, bctore ; ulion of the militia of said county,
It i r.p.rtainiv i ...uk Kill Vnrrv the . uraver oi uie
tne river iivir -, , uun . v ? . ? f
11 ...... .. . . r. AflCpfRp!H the firs
bad policy to rise m this article y im petitioner tutu .
the temporary gain is aiwajs u'-
,i.i;.Kir certain loss in tne ena.
It is oftentimes , necessary to make
small sacrifites, to insure great ad van
Mr Arrives nrestnted a bill to amend
nn net nassedm1 1821, to compel the
the Suneridr and County
Courts of Surry tokeep their offices, a
r'rlniti iniise in tne tow ii oi xvuca.
t Mr Wall, a bill to establish aLigh
tiat John IN- 'Phiter was duly Mr-; Leonard presented "a bill cbn-
elected. 1 . teeming public j Roads, and to prevent '
The bill to regulate the practice m neriuries respecting themThis bill
he Circuit: Courts of this State, was on was reiected on its first feafiinir. J
its third reading rejected. Nays 32 Mr. M'Farland presented a bill tcna-
Yeas 27. I mend an act passed in 1812, directing
the time & manner, of appointing i Over
seers of Roads in Richmond vCounty -
Head ithe nrst time;
HOUSE OF COMMONS
If"'!. .- ""..;
tunsDAY, Dec. 11.
T'hi'thtll tn amend i nil art Inrrra iemi v.
Mr .Tories ot Warren, presenieu ai a rlinfi rftr; prpr no. tup hnJidJWn-a.nn 1
bill to amend an act for: raising a tund for SUpport of the, University of !
for erecting the buildings and for the Xorthi,Carolina t as read the second !
snpTrtiotthe.,university oi waMtime. . . -r '
rolina. S V ,1 On motion of Mr. Jones of ' Warren
Mr. Alford, a bill to establish ana the bill was amended b vstrikin e outthfe
incorporate Lumberton Academj' m whble'fexcept the words "abul" and.
the county of Robeson Read the nrsti h titi ti amendment stihmUtpd - .
-. ,-. u . - n i. o . r -" . :l . .
time. I i - I by Mr.i Jones. Mr;: Biackledgemov-
Mr. Alston from the select commit- edt0 postpone the bill indefinitely '
tee to whom was referred a resolution not agreed to. "1 -
concerning the several , incorporated ,m., Worth presented a bill "for the
Rinlr Jn-this State, made a report, i:kf nr ka -ftrifr::ke iuL tjt
vhichwas ordered -to he on the, table ner lat Sheriff of Guilford CountV .
and be printed. Reid the first time. ' i I
Mr. Alston presentea aum cumpcu- M stanly from .the committee on
ing the Banks of this State to pay spe- tW Judiciary ta,' whom was'referred -cie
Ordered to lie onie table and be the bU fixing the time for givin- no- ' '
printed. , , tice tojenaorsers ot bonds and notes in .
Mr. Stanly, preseiueu a uni - certairi cases, reported that in the opin-'.
ki;qi. Vfirt nt Knuitv separate iromi- riw it-. ,
lauiioH . '.'. a ' cn. 1 vuiuuunpc it is iiiexpeuieiit .
. ' . , ;.
the Courts ot Law wiuim una to make any alteration in the laws in 1 V
Referred to the committee on the J'i- that s ec and recpmrnendin(; t, -
cidiary and ordered to be pned, , je6tU of the bUlOrdered fo-lie on V
Tha Hnnse aereeablv to the order of frIiA . v . . e:UI! , -
the day resumed the consideration of
Thfe House would, not agreei: to thc
tlie resolutions presented by wr. . r isn- messUge of tfie Senate to bSlloi imme
er. . After a debate which lasted uni diateiJ for members of thBoard of
2 .o'clock1 the, question of indefinite Inteal. Impwemenfc ? ?
retnfmprrient. as moved by 'Mr. By
was taKen anu
Yeas and Nays called tor by
miMictPRs on ot Morilioanu uic ficuu.,.,- w - - y . , lessrs. Asue, .
. . i tter lords against 1 tenants iiommg uvui, at-. t J M. Bryan, Brown, Bowers,
and was surprised to receive a ieuei fKIAYn:rar:rtn 0f their terms, was n n Rrodnax. Bvnum,
rM.-hni nerann-couched in tlie. mosi aa nn mntinn of Mr. Seawell pt. s: AVBrvan. L. Cherry,
uum i. hi. t i j autcuut.u w v - -
: MARRIED, ;
Orange County, on the 4th inst
..Pedigrewp Mis CelU Tate, '
; i Wed, i: f;"-". V,
t Blilton, in Pitt Codniy.'on the 3rd Jnot
Barnard, Blackledge, i Mrs. Ann Easton, widov of the latL- tr
' '. " T" ln nnnisiir . " I t Vl MftffS. V MR:
-. r Infantry or volunteer company in tne Those who voted for the in-Th
states that Lord iSugent, on n s wy i county ot Richmond wnicn u definite postponement of the resolutions
Siiam'tiiuched at Vigo, -which he found -read "'the first time. , . fT , UvVre ' i- - 1 "
apaiii wiuuiw o,; r.-rin.AK:nft i f he rights of Id revere. .. . ,M
Baier, T. Bell, Jimes Ea&ton. ; Tnisxcellent lad', by her
; Barrow, Brow-j amiable disposition nd tender sympathien.
Copeland, Cole, 1 aamed the esteem ot all acquamtaneei and
Clancy, Davis, DaTenport, Elliott, Fax, Fre.; the smcereattcction ot Uej relatiyeand in-
- Hassell. R. A. Jones, ' ove and chality ; and the anchc "hf her
Jonts, KilpatrictjLeo-ji hope for eternal felicity una both t rc Tr.d
Lewis. Mhoon. MelVin..sttaifiSt 5she:knew in whom i! - I., ri. . .'
i'hJ Sninish contest. To this request , T;W ii h hriirade of the militia and . n Z 4Mc,iwlev. JU'Danlek 1. N. Mann, -:TwcT cbiklrenMd numerous conaw. :te V
Lord Nu-ent sent the following mted ondnating for that appointment, Tfio r. Martin, f Maim, Mewbom, OPugh, U xnoum her departure