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On'r are the plant -of fair dellt htlal Peace. ' -y i.
' UnwarpM by party rgt, to Ihre'Iike Brothera.
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30 1821,
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M- U -
t) THE SLAVE TRA
Fromthe Richmond CorntiUer. '
r I 'Vi n RMAnf.M Id rlliSfl. .VtCllfktfl ktr
a spirit of humanity, which' .is-saperior
to that of any other. One remarkable
uiwiii o.t is Mii iTiuiovtM uy
jvmcucc wi is-iixc j;iriji rirniims
nf en monv m-inrirn 1 " stsfps t n nut an
end to that onnrobium of the human
race, the ulave trade M.urh i Ame
rica ha ?v been reprobated as bpg.'for
weHy the 1 receptacle oV sfs, it is
not tin be disputed that, fhp twa the
first to put an end to it as related to
her'own countryand. to interdict it
to her own citizens.' She is vtr tbe
most active in dispatching armed ves
sels to the coast -of Africa to arrest
sucHof her citizens as abuse' her flajr
in carrying it on. -Great-Brifain, tho
once tardy, Tn jnterdictihg it-into her
own colonies, is now as active in pre
vailing.' upon other, nations to abolish
l altogether.' Interest and principle
may rach have: its separate influence
in producing this resolution; ; AH Jhe j
maritime btates of Europe, with the
exception of Portugal, have cooperat- I
ed with Great-Britain in different de- '
grees in this object ; but ihe traffic is j
still carried on, in the very teeth of
these liberat exertions. May they in- j
crease, until a nefarious system is
swept from the face of the world. j
It surely cannot be' denied that the j
slave trade of the Europeans has the j
effect." of increasing the number of !
.f.A. .1 r i fit ; i - i
...c, ....tic . A.r.ta. a ,ore wars are .
carnea on among her miserable tr.bes. ,
More prisoners are, therefore, made
in battle in order to be Sold as" slaves.
Th trade thus furnishes a "market for
the spoils of battle, ;-and of course a
premium for carrying it on. But it
will not also be denied that there are
slaves among the tribes of Africa ; &
that, even if the European trade was
done away; it would .'.till, be carried
on to a certain extent within the bow
els Af Africa. The most effectual .way
of circumscribing its ravages, though
not of extinguishing them, is to civil
ize, the. tribes of that ill-fated continent
to furnish them with agriculture and
commerce as a substitute for'the pil
lage of battle ; and to breathe thus in
to their souls more of the spirit of hu
manity and peace. But -years, and a
gefe, and centuries perhaps, must pass
away, before this benignant revolution
can. pervade so benighted a region. ,
A recent traveller ,6 Africa, fur
nishes us with some horrid descripti
ons of the slave t-atle as carried on ip
the interior of the country, i. We fini
it in the u Narrative of Travels ir
Northern Africa, in the years 1818
1819 and 1820.: By Capt.iG. R. Lyf
on, R. N. Companion of the late .Mri
Ritchie." While he staid ( at MburJ
zou k " there arrived a.Jarge. rVfl of
Arabs .Tripolines- andTibboo (a tribe
inhabiting the country. on the road to
Bornou) bringing about fourteen hun
dred slaves of both sexes and of all a
gesi" ' .We have been, accustomed to
the roost horrible recitals n cbnnex
ion witb Ihe vslave trade, but the fol
lowing passage can scarcely be read
without; shuddering ' We rwlc' out
to nieetthe great kaffle, and it was
indeed : aV piteous, "spectacle J These
Boor oppressed beings' were,'' matiy of
them, so exhausted as scarcely 'to be j
lu 0ra ni rof" uPrA
swelleafonninga contrast with their
emacfated bodies. They were all borne
down, with loads pF fire-wo'od 5 & even
poor jittle children worn tor skeletons
by fatigue and hardships, v ere obliged
tA bear; their burdens, While their in
; humai masters rode bncameJs,Teii-
forcing, from time to timeV obedience
(with the whip. I Care was taken, hbw-1
jcvci,. mai. juts .yemaiest snuuiu: uc
iiucily arranged, . and their bodies i
,ell: oiled, whilst themales- were
closely shaven,to' give ;.them :.a good I
appearance : on entering the town.-f ;
Their dresses ; were simply cotton 5
.wjeippers, soroetimes'so torn as scarcfe-
ly-to cover them; e. observed I one
girl 1 1 whose back and shoulders were ,
burned in1 little sprigs,A so Hs:io f esem-
ui- :tv - X:k' iT'.r -2 !.I
ve ugurcu jiviho uau a.vcrjr prci-
ty appearance. , Alf the traders speak
of i 8 laves ".as 'farmers dp of cattle
Those recently brought from the intp
rior; were tattening, that4lie mignt
be able to go on to;Tripoli or. Egypt;
Tlius a distanceof sixteen of eighteen!
hundred miles is to be tra versed, from
the tiine''lhese por . creatures are tak
en in) in their homes 5 whilst, in the
interior, hey may probably pass thro'
.Ugfjffind nerhans that theha've affain
1 - A ?P - It !
uo cnmmrncea loornev eouaiiv ion? :
; and dreary jvith theone thej havejust
- rfinished, under a burning ttin: with
; new companions, lAIT.WUn
roil THE, RAL.i
; R ELIGIOIT5 TOLERATION
- Mr. Editor One of the Igrei test .and
most precious hlessins which is ' guaran
teed bv the Constitution -of- our vfountry,
is an entire freedom of opinion4n matters
of Religion. ' It was for this inestimable
blessing that our1 ancestors fled v from
he ;sarfCMfied hypocrites of continental
Europe. "They settled id the wilderness
of America,; among the ravages,, risking
their lives and fortunes, suffering, .every
privation incident to such a state of exist
ence,; rather than yield and hio w down
their necks to intolerant superstition and
unholy assumed dictatorial power. They
persevered and nnallv gauitu that whirh
was rSOiUnrastly oenied- them.to wit,.
Freedom of Conscience; We now enjoy
the glorious privilege of. worshipping the
Siiprerr.e -Keing according to the dictates
of our own conscience,. No person at this
"dayyand in this Country. has the exclusjrye
privilege to dictate anb arbitraril v enforce
his creed upon his neighbor. No Gtne
vaen flames ca n affect the liberal inquirer
after truth ; the, ages of intolerant bioti
ry-have.gone by,- & ihe will, the supreme
c rbp;fe tif man,; is left .with all that free-
dorri which - Was assigned it bv the ereat
Creator. ! These blessings we actWlV
substantially eojoy. It is there'forec
m. . ..- A "--. SI fl-
to treat eve rv individual accordiog
to his own deserts v An innocent differ
ence of opinion 'Ip j matters of religion,
should , not destroy the' conciliating and
pleasing balm of charity and brotherly,
love. The. nyd ahd hively r example of
Christ. and the general tenor of the New
Testament, point out to mankind univer
sally, the distinguishing features of those
whose;, mmds are operating, w.id whos
feelings are enlisted in th cause of genu
ine piety, towards , God -You never hear
the language of detmction, bitterness and
envenomed spleen from him who views
every individual with christian charity.
He will not.nay he cannot consistently with
the religion of the B:ble, place the seal of
condemnation upon any one who miy dif
fer from him in some pointjot doctrine ;
and were he to do so, it would be as anti
christian as it is uncharitable. Charity
rejoiceth in the 1 ruth." , Tor is Uruth
better or morp Jalllkhl nn arrWnnrnf it
being adhered to by .a particulai seccV
it is the same every where ; it is like vi
gin gold,, it , may He hidden for a whUe,
but it will eventually burst forth, and 'eihit
luminous tints, like the glorious brji of
Heayen. Viewing Religious Liberty iff this
light, and such is its, true chai-acter a
mong" tbose who have any regara for
christian charity, it would seem unneces
sary, to'make any, more remarks puching
so precious a blessing. But when Wf" view
around us,: persons who hav enlisted
themselves under the banners of oncLord
and J?aviour,r.wbo spare nd pa' in trum
peting the) purity of 'their regionto the
world who are iso Very zealxis in oppo
sition , to every other dem fliination but
their own and who claim he.title of the
peculiar favinritof heaVer denying the
name of Christians to all.thbse who have
notsubscribed to the sane human creeds
that they have ; and fining- on strict ex
amination' that; theif njofal character is
infinitely 1 worse than , at. of those whom
tney denounce deists jr . inndels, we are
irresistibly, forced to Ahe conclusion, ithat
th?re is in them a (toal- want of christian
charity .and, christian feelings, s such ,'as
the. Gospel demam1i from every one whd
sincerely professeWour holy religion. :
: , I was brought ti these reflections from !
hearing charges vry often alleged against
certain persons m honorable etli rigs' and
good moral character,' arid - who- as" sin "
cerely belieyedin. the Sacred: 'Oracles of
Gpd the region of the Bible, as Any;
other personj in the whdeiwirld'S It;
would be well for those who arVso fond
'of venturing heir opinions' anH judging of
tne religious' neuei 01 qtners : m cau, 10
mind ' theepliaticar iaftguageL o Scrip
ture, (wh cy w ill at.'once'co dem njthem
? Judge' n6t lest 'ye. be' judgei And
further, who' isable Cib tathom tle'.hjdf,
den recede! '.and "secfet operations an
other's tieart f,Thisvyery impossibility
ill deti every 1 sncere, chfistiart ifrdm
hastilv pronouncing sentence npcb the
religious; opinions oir nis 1 negnDpn. aii,
that vexan io, is tpv form , our opjniops
from 'the external conduct fnUfikhd.
It is therefore ouf bbarideh duty'to award
.christian Tpharity abd 'Triendship tdhim
whose conduct is. n) oral and'- upright jad
whose general bch ayiour is aaransbrmt if
jlic purity of is(heartH' If he has, not be
come 4'boember. of 1 e churchy in . hi I vi
cinity i does this rgue; that "hi is r irifilel?
God forbid K! He "may jconbl'ntioUlj
be opposed to i part of their' creeds, slciil
for instance, as he bejieyes directly "opvof
site - to the spirit f the Gospel-SiLu
creeos, 1 mean, w men " are tne inrenuis 1
the hands qf eight or ten raasters j
These !evotetl vfctimsi fonilfy hoping I
' - . ' m Vl i .1 rLS...: ' . . .1.. . r .
opinions of the faith of omers. ATd set up
ourselves as jiidgesf the secrets of men s
hearts, is arrogating to ourselves-a power
and prerogative which belong i to God a-lone-
It is true, that the calling a man a Def
ist does -not make him bnejyetit an
injury to tils feelings and a slander on his
character.1 c -v - Hni&'&t-?
. To misrepresent, another's 'faith or re-,
ugjous Dcnei, is a .naierut vice, ana wuay
makes ittoreso, is, when it comes from
himHwho by hisXpperi prbssfon ofrelti
gion ; would have the',; world t to believe
that he is a believer in the divine truths of
the Gospel J' :
A I hold it as maxim as clear as the light'
ot day, that an empty; proreSsion-i cannot
benefit anyone ; it is a 'pure heart;' ah'd a
sincere deire to do the . will ofGod that
constitute, the true christian' character.
A: .r.;:' humanitas
MISTAKEN VIEWS' OF RELIGION.
y One cause whichx impedes the re
ceptiori of religion, eyen1 among the
well disposed, is that garment of sad
ness in whicb people deligh t to 1 su op
pose her dressed jand a 'life ofhard,
pinfng abstinepce,.whicthey pretend
she enjoins on her diseiples. And it
were well if this were theVnly mis-
re presen tati on s of h er : declared - eh e-
mies ; outt unnappuy, ucis me top ire
quent misco n caption of her, i nj u dici ous
friends. But such an overcharged
picture is not more' unamiabie than it 1
is unlike ; for I will ventiire to affirm f
that' religion, with all ner. beautiful i
arid becoming sanctity, imposes fewer j
sacrifices, .not onlv of rational, but of
j pleasurable; enpymentthan the cbh-
iroueu aomimonior wnarever vice,
Her servicers not only perfect safety
but freedom. She is; not so tyrannize
ing as Pasion, so exacting as the'
world, ;hr'. so despotic' as' Fashion. '
Let us try the case'ba parallel -and
examine' it, not as affecting our virtue,
but ouJ pleasure. Does Religion 'for
bid th cheerful enjoyments of life, as
rigorously as Avarice , forbids them ?
Doel she Require such sacrifices ofVour
eas as Ambition; or .such , renuncia
tiofis of our. quiet - as .P'rid e ? r Does
sjf'e destroy health like intemperance j?
lioes she annihilate fortune like Gam
bling ? Does she embitter 'life ; like
Discord ; or abridge it like Duelling ?
Does.Relis-iori imnose more vio-ilrfncft
than Suspicion ; or half so many mor-
tifications as Vanity ?, Vice has r her
martyrs and the most austere and as-
cetick; (who mistakevthe-genius of !
. ' !
Christifj almost as her ?nemy,V
never tormented; herself with 6uch
cruel and causeless severity, as that
I with which EJnvy lacerates her uuhan-
py votaries 'Worldly honoroblies
usv to be at Ihe trouble j of resenting in
juries,, but religion - spares us that 'in
convenience, by commanding us. -to
forgive them ; and, by this injunction,
consults our happiness : no (less e than
our virtue : for the., torment of con
stantly hating ; any -mtists be: at least
equal to the sin ( bfv .it,' IF.-'tbf I esti
mate be ; fairly inade, then is the ba
lance clearly on the side of Religion,
even in theT article bf pleasurer yA
;;;.; 'XiAV J.S. ; tTortlarid StatwmaiiA
; ;Ttr: : yimm : r
. HQW TO FATTEN HOGS; ;; ,
t'From the tfashingioji . Recorder
jfr. EditorrA$ the season has ar
rived when farmers are making prepa
rations' for fattening hogs, and as their
resources : for -this purpose vbaye been j
se n o u siy ' ; ancu icu uy' ui c . 4 a u u i cjo 1
cropsj you J may ,confera favor on thfc
tural readers by giymg' publicity to an
economical method of usinsrthe Sweet
-Potatbeip Corivblvulusl' .Batata " Ii )
lor, tnis purpose. ; a ne 4 common . me
thods pf ranging hogs aniong the grAw
ing ropts( or feeding. them, off in pens
raiy ;ocj boiled are all objectionable 1
and.altbdugh inoiled food when proper-i
jy prepared , js .superior. 10 tne, cruue
in point of nutriment, in the 'propor
tiahof fsix to J fainefas acertainea by
cphjparatiye eiperinje'ntrye 'thje boil
ed Jpbjatpe in.! i ts' untfil u ted! statViby
niY m eari s a ( wh ol esb me food ; for hogs.
f rathefi producing an andispositronJto
latieu, anu ' nut ;unirequnuyi?5ieaui.
anddiedjip a pVnn shbh'succesiorf,
haying! been fb'j5ome t time prey tbus
plentilifedwith boiled potatoes',
the stomach pr maw of each was found
so clogg'd astprender. the contents
01 meov 1 rutn ana yuruy require c
a erreat deal of caution in fonriing
- - i.L :
'kVoW'rn. ' tsw1 F... allOn.n
have therefore tne tun oeneni oi lyi
root without Jyaste, as irt ;thejfrud
stite,; or; deletisripus: cohseqeri9esa
boilitheo redute 6 flpandlasUy.
stsence of treal
ed 5d)in7:thisA wayCtKere jean. bC no
better food for accumulatin&r fat: hog's
thnve raoidl tr. on two' or three iHs of J
mash per r day, and i f a jhan d fu t of sa H
to, each bushel of (potatoeiiddejd
the7 effect will he: greatly .facilitated j
this however, 'ls pnty "preparaiory to ' f
corn ifdedi witnout'which neither fat i
nor. nesn wiiij.nave mef uesireu naru
ness Or solidity; when it. js perceived,
therefore,- that the animal's iaws are'
j nusnvq roptne e wi 1 1? reeo anasuppiy
mm witn snei eu corn ana c ean water
for one week s, m v which time s an en i
tire change Will ,liaveDeen. effected in
he vStibstanctKof Atehog,tabtl the
pork cannot be distinguishedmi that
which has been corn fed from the first.
astonishing, in ; the . nresent "imp-1
proved sta'te'fj pfi agriculturat pursuits,
that the vp wretched and wasteful cus
tom ? shou 1 d 'i W nernetuated nf ori -
fining fattening nogs iii ipen?pensexi
clelnencies of iweatheris
requirer fullorie ? third morfbod o
bring j Kerii l to ;av pro jencbrtdit'ion.'
viieanuness ias i connectea - wnn. com
fort, is also an indispensable requisite
to kirld fattening i ; t h ? styes wel I shed -',
defl should ;be Iitjer'd with - straw ot
any ki n d , and when satu rated wi th ex
creine n ti tious matter, shouhf be remov
ed to a heap and there suffered tta fer-
uieui stnu ror, wniie 1 resn 1 1 1 ler suuu m
be suppHe J f thf mariu
will amply ipay not onjy' t
ble of removal, but for' all the corn ne
cessary to perfect the fatteliirig The
additional timr, required fpr. t-he proper
feed i ng 6c maigement of fattening hogs
inciudi ng t he ori s t ru c tiori of -sri i tab! e
styes, dwindles into nothing when op
posed to the' great ad vantages to be
d er i yfed I May of the s mal lerxl ass of
farmers are ependingtheir, whole Por
tatoe; ;Crop, jaridl a large proportion of
their cjornf in scarcely bringing' their
hog4Jrito kiilirig order : while by ri-
our. earner,? iney-mignj;
amply. create, the time necessary to. a
system . calculated t6 redeein their
crops fromi u bprpfi tb! e coiisu m pfioij.
- 1 I - . 'f - . . - ' ' .- 1 .- 1 1-
hence the - trouble ofv supplying water,
in both casllfstfiqufc
.j;-'.:V;"-C:' '-vr;!.? 1 i.t ri o ra ti -r 1? Ti ' ."V.'-i
" -. .' ".. :( t -.V'"'"' i '-""V i: ' '34. '
T HP Annual Meeting of, this S -ciety
will be - held in : me Presbyterian.
Vxuui uu utis vnytuu iuc seconu .ivion?,
day of next . month ; apd on the Sunday
precedhig.'the anniversary Sermon in'sup
port of , the Institu; tonwjll be preached
at; the same CuuVchby Hi.eVReHli'siiar
; MONEY LOST''v':;-"- ''v rr-
r"?W- Jt-'Vv -Vvv5..-A -"-itj,-.
N,the 18th of . March last. I ericlosed'the
oLf, two halves of a Hundred Dollar Note, hi
seperate letters ;Vthe one .addrfessed' to -Mr.
Christopher : Mason, Norfolk '. Virginia, the:
nthirr to Charles Dbildronl nftlwim1aA f
Neither of tliese letters has ever come to handiiififteen per cent ' r-Ti. ..f
itvmay be- possible that thev - were broken
open at.Lewisburg. The Note was No.' 663, ;
letter a, tiaieu out Autncii, 4011 XMewoern
M. CStephens-osJklcKinlay. , . t tl
; The Public and particularly all Pants, are
'cautioned against receiving said Note, except
irom myselt, or my assigns.,, - ? - , : 1
'! ! ROBEUTL. EDMONDS.
Wadesboro, Nov 12, 182i;V, 57
STATEOF ;:NORTH CAROLINA
David TiW Cook
T. appetrine", to
Court that Davul X- W. Cook, . the'defen
danl cannot be found in this County; jt is or
deted. thar publication be made for 3 "months
in ihe Ralt igh ttegister, that imtess ihe said
deft appear at the next term ot tfiis Court .to
be iVetd as; the Courthoue , in Currituck o: j
thVsixth Monday', after the fourth Monday
invMarch next, and ebter his plea, if any -.he
jiaS, ka decree and judgment : will. be entered
up against him according to the prayer of the
petitioner. 1 I ' " ' 'K -
. ... . - 1 1 .1 : ! 1 -
ay oraeroi meoun, . . , -r -v
Test. S.fUE15EK,c.C'.C -
Nov. 8, 182i;
Currituck buperror Uourt ot Law, j .
'FallTerm, 182L ; '"'i
Lydia Cook, -i.f : ;'- ! -r
' t -r.' ? ' Petition for a Divorce.
3li'' .jj. . .-' .',-f
. mftn A T.VJCim "RENT,
-. ..... .
Street, hear the
Stand fbr a DrytSood orGrpcefy,Store
& L0Tf Ifctely pecup eo DTr ry5
es Gorham2. on ryerTiiic y
Maief 'lt tS in excciienv: , h i
- For4ermsr which Wtll ; w nccommoui -
TS aulhirid bVDr Johtf Ills to seU ; ;j
I 526 ACRES 5 PF; LAmtronr 0 to. cmue ;
belbwJlaleigh, on theVKiy Neuse On; the s
Inda: e thelSaw and Gris) JfiD? iof ;heJato
Judge SU ae.Nfiis Is theestTact of Land (t ,
to thfe numher6f?Acref in; the County of ;l
Wake, and excellefltlv adapted to ye growth . .
of Cottbn. y Oil the MiU-racle ,is ahdusewWch
could easitv be converted iritoXiselfpr a Cot- -tori-
Gir). 'This place -beingj the Iprobible de
pot for the produce sent do wn r the' ttyret, ( :
when v s navigation is, conleted, renders it
truly d islrable td a person who intends to re- " .
,u. ;n io.'ertihn nf cmintrv." There are
cleared of the, wholei TlYac aoour l tto" 20
'A.iQl' iriiAirt' "ar fiiinflrvlimnrovements on
.th:' nla& amonirst them a hew J Store house. .
' ':j'Tii r XlTAWino" terms. - i
viz : ohe.fifth5the ahiountfai 90 days, nego-
tiable ipd yable &
the baknee hi four " annual Ipayments,' on the
25th IcemSerVa 8-23 nd25, also ne- '
gbtiahle and payable aV tfie said Bankr-cjr
four eduaVanniial paymeiitiat the above pe
nbdTand the'above f-,Bank Of Negro men
18 to 24 vears old Worn? n. 15 tb.20 years,
at a liberal bricei deliverable: intone and two
od and sufficient ' security, wdl be
.Shniild tlie ' above irotekv, not be sold at
I' -r : . . -' I'-. ..' - .!
private sale before;' the 1 5th of Jyecr. next
it will, on that day, at 3 bfclock" in 'the aft ,
t.'tH.nni, Ko-'.cnlrl irPi'ifil Anirrtinrt -ftt hi ' A
ternooa, " be sold at Public Auction at nis
A:ctioh'Room. n O :. ; ,v I :-Vr--.--'l
Mr. WSf POQLE will sew the Lands to
mbsewishihg to purchase.' J'i ; " ' '? c-J- :TA
Rale gh, Noy.50, 1821 j V ;. . ;
; JROSS's AUCTION ROOM V .
s conveniently 6tted up fprlSalesinall weath-ers-Fires.
wijUbe kept up when necessary. v,,'
I; Ife has forj sale,' Porter ;at' per dozen,
' or 50 cnts per Bottler-ViA lie' Grave at, the
I same' price, Juice of sour i)rangessuperior :
iBy authority of Jhe ' Stateof North-
'! 1 . . . ... ...V
prize of ,000
riy.es. O ; MnreT?rizes . ' : 25.000 .
2374 Jilanksiy than.B anks. f c
' ... A. ,..;' -' f -J, - -V .V -,'l -7 J '
n ri' I . 1' . i --f It Li ' :..
ickois at 5 ioiia
The Jait drawn: ticket 011 thklst, 2f,
3a, 4th, 6th, 7th, arid 9th day's '
, ilpourtncf urlll ht jPAtlttftl th 0 nri .
The first diawn ticket after four thou-; t
sandiave been drawn, win De en.
. .titled to a priri off V
" ' 52.000
The last drawn-; ticket on
the fifth . . r J
drawing will be entitled, to a
The; last drawn 'ticket
w day dravymgwill be entded,toa. f .
An;ihe;ojthfrHxerill e floating in he' '
wneei from xne commencement ot the draw .
2 of 1 000 dollars, f 0f 50dbllartv
riiva!il nfnetv dav afithV T-Wi '
J-l'Ji i i. ..u5.J r".
'C'8 PoidaVdedwithiin twilvcj nbnthiV,
feited to ihe i -whepir
$ifayK miAtthe& a. a
sufficiefit number of Uicketi arertold. XThe"
, witJ elPJ"! a .week, 'and
at Ualetgh, futhcomm
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