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t!j ,Ji-:rSri;;?'CON.GnFS;V .1 inis passed,! ttbifd'reainjr.";:vu, r r.inoM'itbV
il i IV ;v. -- v " The bui making appropriations lor tnem i r Ward near
y 'f SENATE-: :-rv o TOW"'wtwu ;v"- ; i aoout tne:aip ot
; r.'VTri.r. r Aws fearv!K3. vat read a tbirdti.tjeo4 HORSE.1 about -I
'x The joint resolution directing tha printing;
VI Jlevblulidnary 'CongreM '.waaresd the.third
. 3 firae," paused, and tent the other IJduse for
; concurrence.; X'i "v, S'' k V-' v-
-iThcSenate' then resumed the consldera-
itSon'cf the bill to extend vthe jurisdiction of
f : of qolumbia; to fiftr doHars,- tc. th,qnes
. V tioo being on the tmendment offered by, Mr.
'Johtison of Ke'ntucfe7to exemot tbe debior
-fivm Hnprisoimierit, br any turn above twen-
v I Much debate folloverf on this amendment
ih the course of which, variont fnodifiicationa
and substitutes were offered for it( and h vaa
finally agTeedvtcvtubstantiallyr as stated ifc
'V-v An amendment vaa alsooptedon mo
- tlon of Mr. Holmes, of Mne exempting from
v' imprisonment; ttndr.any proressr issiied by
virtue of thii acU' the persons f ayfemales
' age'n'he bill was? ordered to be
read, a third
The Senate took up,in , eoininittee of the
wholes the -bill ' to. enable the ; hoWers of
7 jVench; UritisH, and;Sanisb,;tjtJes to lands
not bee recOffflired as vajuLbrtne goyenv
" xnent of th
i-' :. fceedirie-s in the liourts of the United States
'A Vto try thealidity, thereof; Tij. ; -J:
-I '-sle hill vu ordered tr?a thirdTeadinsv v
J -The Senite tooV, up the bilKamhoming
;. ;the. President: of the United Stales to employ
" sn'r.nffineer to examine And select the most
No objection being made to this bill, the
j question was laitcn onwucnu.iw w
gvossea jor a inuxs. resume wiu wwi wu,
, . i -witnirxinilT." tkb. 26V
The Seriate resumed the corisideratjon of
the Hill from the House of Representatives,
auppIementarv';'4o the Rctsproviding; peiK
sions forTero'ucarjr serriceS;. which was.
ordered toie reid a third tiroe. . '$Ly j
: western' Vaters, and appropriatSng 25,000 1
: dollars 4nr the 'mirchase of such site, tcc.
The bill to enable the holders orFrench,
5 British; and Spanish land title In Louisiana
" - - not' beretofore recoeniaed by the govern-
, vment of the United SUtes;' to jnstitatero
"v ceedinga to try :tbe vaUdity.of the'same-
; and the bill to establish; a National Armory
;; on the-Western Waterv.were readhe thrrd
"-time, passed, and sent to the House of Re
' f -preseniativet for concurrence.'-"' ' :' . vf-'
A erreeablr to the notice -which' he gare
esterday, Mr Holmes, of Maine,' moved that
the Senate now, proceed to the elecfion of a ;
: Printer, for the Senate, for the'next Con-
gress. 'V ..-f-.- - k - . . -
- The '8tenat e accordingly proceeded to baJ
. lot, arid the following was the result r r
: . For. Galea & Seaton " - 40 votes.
; - ; For other persons H : T "3 voles.
. - , r-! ,TmDxx rxB..27.
i A number of bills passed" their 2d and 3d
' readings,' i - . r: . V f ' . , : ; l, - I .. .
The , Senate took up the Message from tbe
- ereement to the Senate's amendment to the J
Dili,, suppicnrciiwj w fviu";
rjension -laws. H
The amendment (disagreed to'bjr the
Bouse cf . Pepresehtatives; was a clause in
serted b v the Senate; to reduce all the Re-
tolutioriary pensions 20 per eent,J '
. Mr. wooieraovea w Pponc cqiu ,o- : mittea -mCt 0f suppressing. certain passa
definitely, and after some debate the motion- of documents transmitted to the House,
vas lostayea 2Q, noes 23. . . ; . . - jde a report' in Velation thereto,! recom
Mr. Barbour then moved that the Sen-.te , mendlns t t committee be dischateed
recede from its amendment, which motion 4 f ih? frth.r rnnifiPtinn nf th nm?Trv
was agreed toyeas 23, nays SI. v..
HOUSE . OF "REPRESENTATIVES-
" . aroirpiiTl xb. 24 -
' -The Hotise then'proceeded to thexonsi. .
V deration of the bill, to abohsn tiie otnee or
- Measurer in the several ports of entry in tlie
United Stales i which after s'ome debate, pass
ed to its third readimr. r- ; '
-' - Alt of , Mass. pave notice' that he ;
the . House then proceed to ballot for a Priri
ter, executethe: Fnnung lor tne House f,
during the next Congress...-.. - r j."'' - ' if .
- Tlie House then again resumed- the consi-'j Resolved, That the Preaident ,of the Uni
s - deration of the ninfinished-business of Satu?' ted Statea be requested to enter upon and
day, the questioa pending beuig. on. concur-TJ: to prosecute, from time to time, such' nego
ring in an amendment of the Committee of tiations with the several xriarititne powers of
the , Whole mpp'ropriating.'.'the : ium oY,.fifty ji Europe and America, as he majrdeem expe,
- " kV.nl'Jnll.H Itif (hp TtTnoniichniint nf li dient for the eftectual shnlitinn nf th Afri-
certain Indian . titles tQjand'In the State of
Georjrialmade to the'bitt raakinir-further ap-
UJUU SAliU UiIMl VA "- - w v
. propriatioris for the, military aemce of the U.
routes for:jtbe yeirl823;;,';;V:.: vm,- .
I ne aiscussion oi uiis imenamcui. vu ,rr
newed, arid occupied a considernble portion
f of the day. f It waareji cted 73 Votes toTO.
- - ThV. amendment being thus rejected, the
' bill .was' ordered to be; engrossed for a third
dreading; , , l? Vv :
... - ' f ; -y'-:' -'
. :. - 2 - 'rxntsnxji raa.- 25. -.-T, .'. - ?r": ;r
i A but further-to prolong the continuance
of the Mint at PhiUdelDWa V? ; r '
; ; The bill to'continue in force , an'i act, enti
. tled.' An act regulating the'eurrency within
, ;u thc;Ii Statea,.of the gold coins of Great Bn
fr ''tain, "France,-: Portugal; and ,S pain,' and .the
i'i . ? crowns Of France, and five tranc pieces,
. passed the 29th day of April,. 181 6 so far as
arid fire 'francj pie'ee-; ;ao ;; :r-7 .;: -'
The; bill making the gold coms.of Great
J j- .7, Britain Fa'e, Portugal -.nd Spain, receiva-
c 1 . i- - :re ordered ' to be ensrosse d for a third
. . The House, pursuant; to a inolicm of Mr.
layiOr. 0 ml y nf c a icl
cesa of two hours from 4 o'clock :thisv after"-H
poon, to meet again at fax;. . . , , - . r
. vlir. Alicia of JIass: pursuant to the notice
he yesterday gave, than the. House this day
; proceed t& ballot for a.Pxjnter to execute
Jh. Ptn'nfinfor the next Conffress, now.made
,1t frt m Into the election of the said J
,i Printer. v:;.-- -f 'V ;-:"' v-. , t1'
t ; After. teverU-unsttccessfttl atteroptso;
' postpone the election, a Dauoc wpitpiace,
wit result of which waa ..;a&m:
a -m4Mv vir ir. ' a.- .Ban .,w v.n
-4 Other persons, vVS:
- ' Giles beaton were uicjj ucuivu WUV' nr'i ,: T c-rnri? tw ll - " ; A.-a w wuujr.
.".7, - v- . T ...... - ;. .. V" 'lJ'1 - ' C''. ''-'.tr'. ; -r . r - 4S T' -
committee of tfte.wbole -on the state ; rf tlW I
last unifer examination In xhtooimitte;VM
iie question penuinp peiurc.iuc umi'mimi
tee, vwas 'on agreeing to in appropriation of
fiftyeight thousand dollars ' for the further
rontiouatiori M'Tortl Delaware ontheTea
Patch whiebxwas ajed,toir JM ,, ' '
Tlie item of forty-six thousand dollars for
Fort Washington, iaketi up, and
was also agreed to. ; : f x ' v
s The remaining items of appropriatiotrre
ceived the sanetion of the Committee, al
mostithout a' dissenting yoicfcw Vv; s -y-.
XrV TOmlirisori J moveoC. to Jimejid '-he bill
bV insertinif at jthe end of it ari appropriationi
of twen thousand idoUarvaniiktbter
nnual arinttinriatTon' for; armiriff ' the Militia1
Oi th'f .United, S itatea hichjLfter some dis-:
cussion; was iedttBin;.:f t
T Tlie. ComrnitteeTose arid reported the" bill j
Us amended s r a the Hottse took it up with
the amendments" maule; to it in committee.l
ancl all the amendments wct agreed to r andj
. f ne;MOUse;resoiyeaiiseir.inio a comuiiy
tee of the; whole on they state ofthe Union,
IThe'comtnittee proceeded to tlie eonside?'
ration of the bill to provide . for carrying into
I Commerce, bet a'e'en. the "United States and
France concluded atJWashinon,!Jdne.24, j
1822 il and thebill was read through by sec
tions,' without objection; or ameiidnerit i T
CV.he comndtteetheti tooK up I the bUWo
amend thi Ordinance, 'and act -'of i Congress
for the government of theTerritbry of Bl.
chigaii, and went through that 'bil. 'Y-,-VThe
committee inext too upt the: bill to
amend the act for organixing the government
of thefTerritory of .Florida to which seve
ral amendments were made; ' ? 1 ?yi
, These bills rwerevthen reported to the
House,' and the two first of them were order
ed to be engrossed "arid read a third Jtime -to
morrow;' Before the Florida bill 1 wai acted
upon, the House adjourned; t ' : ; v
.. .,.'.r.-r --,; ..;, mj .. -;!.-: - ..
-r'w-xnirxsnAT, rft. 26. - . ;
MrFliTmer," 'of NH. from the Judiciary
ICommi . - ej reported a bill respecting Pira
t cyr r'-'The object of this' bill is to extend to
the : District Courts of the Uniied States,
r wnere xaere are no Vircuit c;ouns, ine jun
j diction and authority as is given to: the Cir-.
m the year 1820 'v -y ; r .
: The bill "was twice' read and, ordered to
be engrossed arid read a third time' this day.
V A nnmber of bills were then ordered to be
engrossed for a third reading. " ': ' ;
i The bill fionvvthe; Senate; entitled " Ah
act to repeal so much of ; an, act, passed the
18th'day of April, 1806, aslimits the price of
lands in the state of Tennessee," was read a
third time and panted. V . 7 5
' The House then proceeded' to ithe consi-'
deration of the bill to amend the act" for or
ganizing the government of the Territory; of
Florida, which was ordered to be'engrossed '
for a third reading. " . ?X v '
' The bill from the Senate fto regulate the
commercial intercourse between the United
State and certain British colonial ports,'
was read a third lime, and ftnzUy pa$9ed. '
the government of the7 Territory of Florida,
lite uut o ameuu me aci -ior organizing'.
i was reaa a mira xime, fateat ana sent 10
the Senate for concurrence.
Mr, CampBelirof Ohio, from the Select
fnmmW a a annAinfA1 -4a fnniii ar1.
;;Coriinuttedtb it t: which re port and resolution
were read and ordered to lie on tne table.
. The eneross'ed biU o amend the act to
establish a' Territorial .Government in the
Territory of Florida, and for other purpo-
ses, was reaa a uura ume, pattea, ana sent
to the Senate. .v . " , ,r :.;.
Mr.-Mercer prefaced a motion to take ur
the following resolution, with aome remarks
- 'ivthe great and important national object con-.
icmpiaicu y uie noopuon oi. xnis measure,
. . ' " . - - --
can Slave 1'rade, and its ultimate. 'denuncia
tion, as" piracy, under the 1 Law, of Nations,
by ;the corisent of the civiliedworld.: V? ,
y 'After, considerable debate, and the PiW
0x1 Question being carried, the Resolution
was agreed to, 131 to 9. j
"A numberof bills passed their last reading.
tqarpeters. ; -V
I W ISH to, employ a good House Car-
pentef arid. Joirieri to take charge of
a; large job and several hands, r A young
man : that is master bXthel bu'siriess arid
jwssjissirig stead habits, wculdi be pre-,
fe rred J 1 Let te-a addressedt o thef subscri
Der,;living.io .VVaiTeotori, N. C.4 will be
attended tcv; v,.4. ?-? -"'V ;. k'-'' '. v;
cvMarchlS;" 24 4t-;'..-,
' ?,tAt or.iioRTQ-cARotXNA. j
'T-;':':' Waryen County, 0--
v Court of pleas and Quarter Session V
John H. Hawkins,
1 Original attach
''meat leviedon a
ITappearing to', the- satisfaction of the
Court, that the defendant bas absebnd?
ed,:or so conceals him self4i that the ordi
nary process of law cannot be'served on
bi'm i it js therefore ordered by: the CoartV
;that notice bef giten ittthe2RaJeigh hRev
Kister fortbree months; that the defend
iarit appear at the next Court ofPleas arid
quarter cjessions,-io oeneia ior tnecouin
1 v ?of -. W irren, ' at ; the .Cbatt-Hrinseio''
Warrentoii; on, the; fourth" Mondays in
May liext ; replevy arid pleadotheTwIie
joagtsenc nnai wui oe renaerea against
the eonsideration Fine bill
PJantatlon occupied by Dr.
thft Falls of TarKiven
r ejDruary a iargp.oAi,
feet hisfbi has'two white
feet, higK weathers., sunk'neck, carries
his bend higtidpd Has av Wild look, The
ia?ll!gecH bad of. him, he-w?eet.
V femuV eafHaleighVit:!s highly,
prpbHble-bc .hoVwanflering 'aboritj thrat
citv or ita vidnitv. r Whoever, may take
ap wid bone and give, irifornnation there
of jo tbesabsc'riberJivroi'M
or convey him!' hither by some waggier
oroiner person uiai may p.-A;ay
shall be A?ell re warded ifor'inefr'trW
TTiESEHTED from .theubscribfr. in
iVVakte ciirit vN Cr nea KRalrfehir
on .the 26th of ,Februa"rVi?a Negro Fellow
namedXK WIS; abotit 23"or 24earsiof
age?and about 1 5 feet .11 inches high ; of
a park complecticn; hw-countenance Te-
ssmbling much that of a,iree negro ; tie
Is sjim '-i.fnadet arid eirprpportionedf fea
tdrea and TOrvm'cjhliaTetlitiseof a white
pe rsonir -h He toofe , with i ft rii two iwtm of
pancaioons: one aarK . mixc, t ine mner
white woollen, one pair th read atockfrigsi
one snin. :anaone rounaccoai mreu in
with black., yarn, arid a ,'firie broadcloth
coat of bottle preen color, made by a " tai-
lbr also a twilled' blanket, with three
points. He once ran away and passed as
icfree; man by . the name of r Lewis ettt-?
ford and other name in several tawns,--t
It is believed that fie will try; to ''make his
ecapeTbj water or to nasi tri sptuptown
as a free roan arid likely , fownomeicori -
nectiun-with . free negroes 11 sq; will nt
doubttry to get mto some uiinessi Em
ployers in operiingthe Navigation ate
cautioned against - hirri and Ali ke wise all
boamen arid owners of vessels of any. Jcind
whatever. He antell aootbhstoryj
but w hen . ea mestly 'attacked gcori viqtion
will be yf::
; Any; person who will deliver said Ke
gi o to me of confine him In Jail and givi
me notice. thereof immediately,' so' thatT
get him;; shall be amply rewarded arid al)
reasonable expence, pa d. " " - Y
- ' BENX'iROGERS. "
.-March 6. -: :. - -:24 'f.'nSl."" r" '
- CHEAP HARDWARE. : f
".. : . - ' ; .".' ' : ,.' . ' '. t . ,
THE; subscriber having .removed . his
Store. from. No, 56,Vto No 113, Mar
ket,. 2d Door below Third Street, Phila
deltiiia. has" obened laree and Wnural
assortment of HARDWARE, CU1XE
iY,SADDLpRV & FANCY; GOODS,
among which arevthe following: :j
Knives &,Fprks, Pen docket Knives,
She and Butcher Knivesi R' zofs, Scis
sors Edge Tools, Fib s and Sa ws of e very
description. Locks and Latches, Gnn and
Rifle Lock FTm t,s, Shoe. t Pincers arid
Punches, Saddlers Pincers and Punches,
Compasses, Hinges vand Screws Braces
and Bits, Hones, Fish -Hooks, Tea Ket
tles, Coffee Mills, Hanttriers, Tackjs,Aw,l
Blades and Hafts, Steelyards, Shovels and
Tongs, Bed Screws, Spades and Shovels,
Bone and Japanned Moulds, Jews Harps,
Scythes, htraw Knives, Augers, "-Anvils,
V ices Hoes, Trace Chains, Commode
Knob Bed Caps, Candlestick?; Turkey
Oil -Stone, Curry Combs, I vory and H orn
Com bv. Brass and Patent Ccks, 'Plated
arid Japanned Castors, . Snuff, Boxes Plat
ed and Tinned Saddler j of every dciscrip
tlon, 'ebbing, Brs and Iron Wire, Ja
panned Ware, j Table and Tea Spoons,
Lead Pencils andi Cases, Watrh CKains,
FaiTcy Purses, Pcket-Bnoks,"Ink-Stands,
Needles, Kniitingir Pins, ThimblesJ Gilt,
Plated, Metal, rand Pearl Buttons, Glass
and Plated Comnttode Knobs. . '.'
. And a great variety of articles not here
in enumerated, which will be sold at. very
reduced prices for cash or acceptances.
ALLEN ARMSTRONG. -v
Feb. .14. . ; ! .- 4 21--12t '
!HE. Race-Horse, Tirg'mian, will
ring Season at' my Stable, in
rg Cou.nty Vr. near Taylor's
Ferrj',-bn Roanoke, about 6ye miles south
of the Courthouse; and will be put to
Mares at 50 thej Season, which may be
discharged by thej payment of 235, jf paid
by the first day of , Ju next, a wiich
time .theSeaSon will expire ; but if an
gentlemanill send six: mares or become
responsible for .them, 4he1 price. will be
reduced to 830 each, if paid as above,
One dollar. to the Groom in atT instances.
Good and etbnsive pasturage (strongly
enclosed) and servants board gratis, but
no responsibility for accidents or escapes,
though: the greatest, possible care shall
be tajen to pre vent; cither. -4
i . Jt cannot-be expected in a newspaper
ad vertisement," that I should trace bapk
his Pedigree through a long race of . an
cestors for two of three centnrtes, as has
Deen qone oy niat iormer owner oc jpreea
eri" andert ified to be pure : suffice It to
sayhewasgntten by the noted stallion
Sir Areby.but of Mentrixioneof thjebest
partakes of the Very ,beitlobduiQg-'
landadririca, hoithv by; tbeire arid
dam side,, (See Mr. HarrjsonV last year'a
advertisement.) yj f'-tP-lt
is also deemed. unnecessary to give a
detailed., account of his 'Performancesv "
It ijs thought fully sufficient to say that in
sweepstakes and purses,v he' won forbid
owner the stf ni' of 810,250, and la still
thought by bm to be the best .horse ever
raised in thior anylotlier countryi He
is a Ibeautiful bay full 'sixtVenbanda high?
of great beauty, fine-mmcle and excellent
bone,. and is a sure and most excellent
foaletter and Is worthy the attention
of any gentleman .'who- wishes to imorove
his own and lhe breed of hordes gnu-rally
in the country. ; JOHN CcGOGDE.
.ff--OTFOlt SALE OR RENlV vT
fliE: Store-House on FayetteyiriUe
it " next door above N. Harding eel Co.
' frttZnm VArnax. Court last, ibe Stibi
: cVftejadMinisteredVitb will annexed,'
on the Kitafe of the late Mrs. Martha'AJstoa,-
ofWarreh County; do bereby give notice to
all those indebted to.She' Estate, that pay-.
rnent vnll.be expeciea or, ieir uiuwe
riewed) rwitbsot delay ; ant Othose .Jiavjng
ctiiims ainuiTsi me , "rr
We Acaderoy, m AVarren OOuiity,) the pe
rishable ororiertv of tlie late trs Martha Al
$tori, consisting; of lHtiseholdnd v Kitchen
crOod BedsYthetock of Horses
jnga pair oi ; wei oruitir ,v.ri-igc
ther balance br this antromto 30 Ne-f r
raidhwttfch'asea giving bond, with
woes, oi aimosx anv xinu. : wwc juiuuh.
tnen security, arwuf oe appruvcu
vJO.' HAWKINS, and ;
WM. K. KBABNEY,7 : t
! SRVENTy-FIVE DOIXARS UEWAKD.;
li AN AWAY from the subscriher.in'New-
SnatinV Negro.Mari named PETEUabput'r
6 feet hip-h. iisrht? comolectioriS vears of f
ace, haa laree thighs arid shoulders, and a
very sum waist, nas a scar on ure nm uanu
between the two fore fingera about' an inch
and a balf Iongf; tbokwith him a HoTse, Sad
dle and 'Bridifts ihe horse is' a slimbay;about
7 years old The negro weighs abaiita 73 lbs
It is believed he can writeviay fbrg a
r.ifiti' The hriv rewawl will he eivenn
fbr theNegrO and Horsy ehvered 'to.thet
subscriber in Newberry district g .of Twenty,)
Dollars for securing the Negro in any Jail
so mat i eer nun aeam. v; , v - y
..:yv.-v....-- .:y . Tumiifi n if t'
Newberry district, S. Feb.'24 : 3t
r ' -y. y. - l: ' .. , ;y;r; i:-
FRIDAY, MARCH T 1822.
! :AVe bave pleasure in statingto ? our
fellow-citizens, that the Fire; Com p
tiy, which hai ben for some time past
i n con tem plation, is ho w organ ized . '
, l ne following are us uuicers ; . a.
J Joajr Y. Savigb, Capt. of the Engine
"T:V "VVk. TaoMrsbjr,' :
;''.;.y JoawfC. Stedmait, y
Thomas G. Scott,'. .
Jonif puarjr, Treasurer.
Tboxas Soaw, Clerk.'.
;J $ctitirp$Ail Qrahge vjDounty';
Courts last week, a sp
ej Agricultural Society oftfiat Pouii
iy was held, tor' tb( purpose 'brMl
inethe Attention of he Farmers :to
the Act for tbe encouragement of Ag-I
ricuiiurai imprqv.emenrs passea oy pur
last Legislature. TThe better to effect,
thia?pu rpose, Genl Cameron, agreeably
to; appointment, delivered a veryjap
propriate Address on the, occasion
well: calculated to stimulate all wbo!
h panl. him to ; renewed exertio ns to
brjog about an improved system of
farming. He assured them that bjy a
little extra care and labour; bj deep
ploughing in the ;fall; bjr convert-,
ingajl the WapteTegeUble matter
their farms Jnjto manure ; and by ..in
troducing a judicious rotation, of crops, ,
land, fim which may not now be rais
ed more than two or three barrels of
corn to th acre,, might be-made, to
produce, treble tthat t.qna'ntity,:,!The.;:
General hoped therefor, thatj; his au.
ditors) wou I deease acfy th e stuggiaH
whichjhad heretofore :Beeai too"Tmuch i
the-practice in this State of year after
year gathering crops from - their fields
wiiiiuui. rciuriiiug any. tiling iir tucur hi
order to restore
bfcthe soil Heltrustedther Would
hereafter, every jear,'manure; at least J
a smai i portion oi i nei nana j ana, tney
.Wouldsoop find their iaboui: riiply Te
paid 1 6yJ Its f increased
what, could n ot fai I toe grati fyingto
the enviable chajacter ofbeing esteem
ed good FtmetSf than iwhichpr
suhied thejt wu 1
oof able titled
y s-v .'.
fAtv a ' tneeting of the ? Farmers of
Beaufort CoootyV in uttils! State, oithe
8tb.,ult at-which! JohnG
Esq i "presid ed anJ A grjfu it u r Socie
ty was fotmid . a n u mber of pr emiumS
were pbfedfbthei beistjeropsof difj
ferent kinds of Grain, Cotton, Turnips,
Potatoes, &c tlje. best Ani pais of the
useful klmU.; and ;for? the best Negro
Vinter.Cloth.;, A Cattle Shew and
an Exhibition of- Domestic Manufac
tures, is to be he)d :; ornearVash-'
ington on the last Monday in Decern
ber ijextji- S h:X0
-Jno. Juong jun. Esq. Representative
inCongf ess froni SaiisburDtstricty
in consequepcecf 1U Tjealthrarid by
adyiceof his physicians, leftVWash
ngion,.a lonmgnt ago, anu vreturnea
f orwarcL. wjtmn xne waic. lui;vw j
otherwise-tbnoficftj wUi;be;plead against
A arirrinayxoe: kint4iiw vrin. Ajiuit
topuTslev tbe-Jaterresidenee of
Wiiharii' KearoevVftear the ShAcco Fe
ho hi residences BahdolphWunty.i ;J(wU
...... "vl ."
bajsM ;for:WMtiDffl, r;.
for tfce.scruMfsof theminorW. '
oor oart of fK rio4,t r .:T,lin ,ii
joccasion jogtifies ( ui in callin nn J "
Slav TVflHw'I. -it . '"C
. y y , " v ,,J ic. all
sons, toy reTiew their
n l n n s, t n rn nu n ro . k k : -. iL. "y . ."
d!t justice whicf they I
reiiowrcttizen3, who do not live as
been, for jmany years,;but one ienH
W?ferottghoj;: the country on thj
borrence. JVa jy. :
iyiams,,of Nash; Coqnty, on Thar3.
-named; Westray, V
n: r?!jpnv:t0, an unsettled accouj ?
?f?.Pf' struck l,im a blor
fteV11 uchv fbrCe; a 1a 4 '
haVe occAsioned his death on th. s;
roaTthIt; tbe felling hpas ;
of;MrRobertfWalkup, of Meekle '
burg county, wiUvall its fur mtur.
cntir Wsumed by 'fire, andwtt
sons, and a Mr.5 Joseph . Huie, a ' rela' ! i
tion of the famil nV nerished in th.':".
flames; Yms Fl i n n ; Esq .arid a jou n; ,
man. wir in th hmiaA k T -
but they both escaped bv jumping. ot 1
off 9. windowof Jhe npper storj. :
ho weycr, without hurt j the firmer had
his tnigli broken, na the Utter wa$4
ariouslyjjlbjuredy:: ': z;;
vy Tfte Georgia commissioners appoint-
ed to form a treaty ; with the Cherokee y
ndiartf (sayCthe Milledgeville South-; -
ern JRecordef,)returned home we un ;
tferatand without effecting their object ,
JrrbeseIndians rare said to be decid-
edly averse to riaking any cession of
theirterf1torytid-';ate; reported tit
hayeitisif ucteti I their ChieU" not, oa '
the peril of leir lirest to cede a foot
of land A . : . .
'The Legislature -of the State of
Georgia . belieyirig that . " it does not
comport with justice or expediency. ta, ;
deprive innocent and helpless' woraei, ,
and children ;6f the means of subset-
ence,'! have passed an act exempfin?
from levies and sale', on accoantof -
debts contracted after the first mit. i
the following articles, viz t
-. ' " Two beds and ; beddm?, coramon
bedsteads, a spinning .wheel and tya y
pair of cards, a loom, and a covrani
calfV common tools of Ms. trade and or- i
dtnarjcooking Utensils Jtnd ten do!;
tars wortbof provisions wand vestin? v
thjeropeirty1 of the same in the fnfen ;
or Court, to be appropriated to the V
benefit and use of said family, so Ion; j
as the: defendant shall T remain
? The lapse iofiftyy ears has prodoc:
ed, on the face of this country, perhaps y
aT greater rchange Uhan-was ever pro
duced on the face of any other tern
ryOinlherglobe; withfn the same time;
We do not, of course speak of spotj i
of grdiritfbp afew Square milev
of extenSiveiefritories. Iess than
ty 'vears arone now pupi- r-.
Soiirishinr State Of Kehtacky had not
a white inhabitant, ! Where the Triny
sylvania-lUnivehityno stands, ,.
nearVit; ther0 ranged, in trrpi ?rfl;
tion this fact at the present momeov j
becauseWwkesmore striking the
lowing atltetnent of the PH"X
4krUm&tiUrlMn Institution- r;
Th&catalosue oi tne-uaiccis - t
dents, for : the i present year,
the, fb;Iowlngaggegates v
OfHcers of Instruction
JLaw.Stiidents x . -
Medical Students, - V ,
-1 Pwnmt nrw Tlenartmeat.
Thi iKol. Aombe? if Stalent,'
spot erel less than fif jea
only stodiest the W!:
1; attenipt anticifat wtoc JJJ;
hnrooriia bf improvement in wjj
rrvo- v" m Vprto come, io"
a country, in fifty jeary p ' r
iriff 'bacic to fifty years past, W? v
ru. 'i;ta . tne sr-"
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