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, ,0POS ALS FOR A NEW PAPFJl,
PUBLISHED TWICE! A WEEK.
Office of ih Raleigh Iferrtster, C
October I. 1823. ,
Tbat a people who are self-governed
j5(f ctfiwteieuuea ; wno nave ine im
pciiite choice of .tlieir Legislators; res
nMbie periodically to their constitu-
wlio have formed their own con
ditions, and have the right of amend -
ip. r han2nir anu even annum njr jnem :
TJg are individually liable toear arms,
tifl to p.y taxes when demanded by
I the constituted authorities selected by
Lw.5drs that such a people ousrht
'i b fn'lv and frequently informed Ton
Restate "of public affairs, of their do
ippuc concerns' as well as of their fo
reign fe!?tions, is a self-evident propo
rtion. J otters ana laws, lanjjuages
and theorieji, arc taughtln the schools ;
lat it is from the free and general cir
.'nfinn of "Newspapers Only, that a iust
knowledge can be -acquired of passing
cTPTt vori a true estimate formed, by
'h their conduct, of the 'merits
It is now four and twenty years since
i'fte establishment of the Raleigh Ke-
eisTER a term of time comprising one
yf of the whole period of the .Indcv-'
peruler.ee ol tnis 3 anon, ana more man
No-tiiirds of the period which has in
tenened since the adoption of ,tlie Conr
ftifition of .the Unitea States. About
the date of tlsr establishment of this pa
per, and subsequently, several other pa
pers were commenced in tins state,
vlsere, previously, tne circuianon or
Kew?naper5 was very limited, andpret-
rj nuicn Vonfined to the main post
nites. The support of so many 'pa
pers shews, that a certain' value is put
upon them by. the people, and it is hop
ed their beneficial influence has corres
ponded with the support which has been
given to them. , ".
In the outset, the, establishment of a
Xetvspaper herewas an experiment of
doubtful success, nit was necessaritj'
zm on a small scale, and limited to
veel.ly publication Indeed, at that
iiune, there was but a small portion of j
w.,.A A.,,ol V1
annv Counties which a Newspaper
scarcely ever penetrated. - '
"With the lapse of time, the State has
undergone a great change. Its resour- ;
cts are praduall y developing ; education
is more and more cultivated ; public
iptrit is . consequently'enlarjred 5 and
florth-CaroIina is assuming, if slowly j
Jtt surely, the rank in the Union to
frhich her rektive population, her poli-
tiral 'disinterestedness, anil the private
virtues of her citizens, entitle her.
During the same interval, the post-
toutes have been greatly multiplied, and
the transmission of tte ' mail W bee. !
accelerated and made "more frequent,
in every part of the estate. .
Tlie considerations, as well of a mo
nl as of a physical nature, -Hvhich we
We thus briefly sketched, seem to de
mand, rather than ...recommend, (after
u 1, e zf..nc k 5
H?ahlihVnrn nf n .Tmimal of more fre-l
lent publication than once a, wcek.j
1 leldmg at length to the suggestions
Vich have long impressed upon the
ilind of the Proprietors of the Register
tis necessity, he undersigned. Co
partners in the Bookselling? and Sta
tiopery, as well as Print in;' Business,
lave determined to commence the pub
lication of a! Newspaper twice a week,
on the third Tuesday of November next
.(tlie day after the meeting opur Gene
ral Assembly) on the terms , stated ,bej
The considerations, of a general na
;ire. which have led t& this determina
tion, .have-been already stated. ' To
vhich may be added the followingi "in
Under the presen arrangement, it
l;as too often been a subject of regret,
"'AiiAews sometimes oi greai iniere&i
to our readers, becomes stale before it
a be imparted to .them!;.: it reaches
!taci tlirouh traditionary: channels!
;cner thanrthe Kewspapersconyeys it . ; Jaw-giyers, ,who decreed ;publhc"-ie-
its cusiomaryf readers, 'and loses that 'j Vards to persons liftjingui&hed lor
lisliof novelty which makes it accepf their. virtdes3 " .
t4tle. It frequently happens thatwef.f Under tliis imprp&sion, Ismail occa
obliged to'c6mbress Sews witliin ajl sionally . Submit to the public, vxaui
rrtjw gndce wjucnought to be ; ted-;i pe7r. 'fbe Deficencie.-beneiolehc pai
reat large 5 and. rriaiiV things wnich:l!trioti'smv, manauiinity, heroism; au.:
v are desirous pf. publishing, tor, want trreneTOity, in the fontl hope bfsexcit-
room, we are,;corhpelIed altogether ,; tb imitation notmerely tfe-rfsii
7nuu in VPter, iottv r -rneration, bUt; those 'who afe Tar ad
l , enabIed in tlie proposetl semi- ( Janceii: ,U their career towaidi that
tl tates, rmT of. the Debases in' eath ;
am!, in the Sum.The'rT to find : room forv
infprefmjr matter of a miscellaneous
character, which, at present, we arc
obliged almost wholly to exclude. A
Greater space, is proDOsel,; also, to be
atlotted to Editorial matter, including
intelligence of a mirely 'domestic or in
ternal character. '-Lastly, but riot least,
a better veMele' will thus -be afford'Hl
fop Advertisements of 'everyv descrip
tion, and particularly "for such as, frpm
the 'tardiness of a .weekly publication,
cannot now obtain a sufficient circula
tion to answer the' purposes of .adverti
sers, or those to wtiom the Advertise
mcnts hre interestinc or important.
'To this plan,. the undersized invite"
me anennon anu iavor ei tne citizens
of this State, generally, and partifcular
ly of those ivho now patronize the Ra
leigh IlEGisTEn.' . The. undertaking
thus announced will be costly and some
what liaiardous ; but it will be steadir
ly.ahd perseverindy pursued, with "a
firm reliance for indemnification on a
liberal support from xour public-spirited
and discerning fellow-citizehs.
J. GALES & -SON.
Semi-weeklv laleip:l Registers .will-
commenw on the 18th day of November next
ami he published even' Tuesday and Friday
throng out the year, at the rate of Fve Dol
lar pet1 annum
The register will al?n continue, as nt pre
sent, to he published weeHv, at Three Dol
lars per annum. Until the editors hear fron;
ineir Mioscrioers,rj.tne.,KemjtreeKiy rapert
will he sent to all such as reside.in situations,
where they can receive it twice a weet, and
to all those who can receive the' f'aper hut
once a wet sr, tneweeKiy paper will be con-
tinued. Such of their friend as shall be
cissaiisnea with ims course, wiii imse in
make known their wishes as won as conve
nient, and they shall he attended to.
, Advertisements not exceeding1 15 lin s in
serted three fTmes for a dollar, and for every
succeeding publication 25 centsl , ' Adver
tisements of greater length in the Same pro
; IBOK TO8 JTATIOWIL IKTELJL1GEXCSH,
ANNALS OF BENEVOLENCE.
No. I. f
On eagles' wings-, immortal, scandals 9y,
:u While. virtuous actions are. but bori and
powerful influence o? exarup'e
In' iraoeiliug mankind t ood ur ill
can scarcely, escape the notice of the
must superficial observer. Numerous
cais, in proof, ptesetit 1 thetnstlves
dailv. jt i4 Iherefore imthensiiij im
porfant to the, virtue and liappiiiess of
a coinmuhitv, to Ijave instances of
laudab't? actions briuht forward as
tonpiruoulv and iu as sfron; n lief
as"pmibl in order to "arouse and
nonie' emuiaiion iu tne
career of virtue.
It is to be 1 eirretted
car.jr ry i .enlmn .
1111s iiiiuarxniii noiui. a
ha tivrn rise to the morCHviac c??ti-
inent expressed in my ihttto. Any
atrocious act, perpetrated in a-iy'cur-verof
(he United b'fates, in nninedi-
an'lvdonrer with all its ermrn-.ii v
the npwtai'ers, ami travel; imui ;ew
fLimrtfsirp to GfMiiia. and iroio. fi e
I Tf - . a.
Atlantic to ,he Mississippi : and, n$ if
this were noTenough, we hava !(n often
detailed in newspapers the en or
inifies of- Kurope, NVhcrea1, the
knowledge off actions deserving of mi
mortality is frequently confined ta the."
very neighborhood in- which they are
lorn end die?9 This is lauienuble
and pernicious; Mankind are to ge
nerally trrpida'nd indoiett,aod protie
to centre their regards iid cares in
self. Thev renutre potent fitium It tu
! elevate their rntnus TO;greai ttpti gio
f rioug'acfinns.. Thoe who have vvatch-
! ed lhe salutary effect, in the elevation
'of. mind aihf noble disinterestedness
j inspired in youth, by the perusal of
.J;the Grecian and liomaii hisloneH,
j which abound in instances pi an me
:.Teat heroic virtues of patriotisui. puhr
Tic spirit, magnanimity, courage, ge
I nerosity, &r. will uuhesitafiogly t oiii
I cide.in the se opliifons. 'This was well'
I understood i bv soineof the ancient
effects Should but- one wenlthv in
dyjdua!aiuP; T wou!d -gladly flatter
myself that there r will be nany wh
now hoari's hi riches witH the rasfp
of death, be induced to- part 'With a
portion of them towards building: a
hridge foandinr an' hospital estab
lishing or enbrginsr a public, library-
rutting a canal lelieving merit suf
fering under distress patronizing
promising but depressed tateritsJh the
arts ofi scienceRpr toward any of
the laudable objects in which some of
the persons whoe case T; shall fcite,
have displayed their munificence, I
shall rest satisfied ' that my labors are
. . '. .
iuiiv rewanlea. . Hut, should my ex
pectations be disappointed; I shall at
least enjoy the satisfgetion of having
made an effort jto eicite apirit which
unfortunj?feIv is too rare at present.
I shall liot.confine'mysplf to instances
n thip side the Atlantic but .shall
"ccasinnauy range over a wider spnerei1
and exhibit some select caes. from
Great Kritkio and Ireland, where par
t rnUrty in the : former, they abound
to an extent truly: honorable to that
cnuufrv.' " !' 1
An eloquent preacher in Tjosfori,
whose - congregation . comprises some
of the wealthiest ritrrens of that place,
lately made, a feeling address to them,
whicidejterves the most serious et:
tension of evr. wealtljy. man io Hie
vorhi aiy denrly bejoved brethreb,'
;4ys n, oin ot your have in opnes
ot 10,000, some 20i:000snme J,01)0,
and i ii nt 4f)X 00 ,dlgf?' per annhm.
if, you were to dry hie 4, ?s 6, or 7,u00
doFlaVs . per annujj! iti ridi;iiaUs, chari-
tMe. 'philosoihtca! 1 purpesj yu
trtmld still retain fnr'urte etwuzh to
) e Halle jjtiuT children to ruin them
(ss(ve$ What -a field for reflection
this opens to a contemplative mind !
1 What a les.-on to irleu of wealthy who
'are amassing treasures in countless
jb'ap for the dehtrnction of their chit
jrlren ! Jf we look roufl, in every di
jieriion, we shall . find numbers " of
yf;ui.ig men who gave the highest pro
n.ie of great usef ulness in early life,
but have been actuaily ruined in fame
and fortune merely by the exorbitant
wealth bequeathed them by their pa-'
rents,; which tempted ' them into the
indulgence of every species of vice
and fulty. Those .misguided parents
m?;ht .have immortalieVl themselves
bv devoiing, during their lives, a, part
of iheir fortunes to charitablejjr gene
! ri:!is purpose and hv the remaioder
securii iiappioe nere, a net proDaoiy
here'iiftr, to tlieir children.. What
t'ey hoarded with 6such tenacious
graj, their heirs squander kwayj'with
orotlisal hand. I
I. '(jl'pt'fra Van tfnsselaprvoi the
State of New-York, appropriated 5C0
dollar' fier" Mf iio. for three years,
.tio wanls' makiry; geolojical survey in'
Ih tieij'hborhood. 'I'he three i yt-urs
li:ivin elrj!ed lately, he extended his
liheraM'Onation for three ) ears . more
To h't4 honor various otier instances
of liberality are. reconled of hin.
41. Samuel Ji. Elliot, tfsq. of Bos
ton, late.y purchased the library! of 1).
H. AYaideii, foHnerly American Co'n
sul iat Pa ris, whic h he! presented to
U a V v ar d ,U n i v e r s ity , y?;(l1l ltcoil ec t in ft
contains about 1S00 volumes, chiefly
n American . History, and SOU map.
1 do not know the amount of the pdr
ehitue, hut believe: it was a very con
siderable sum jis the owner estimated
itluMo at a verv exorCitaot rate. ..
: III. Israel Thorndike Esq. of Bos
ton, borne years since j purchased and
prevented to; life same University the
valuable library of C. D. Ebling Pro
fessor at Hamburg, collected with the
utmost care, attention, and liberality
and directed chiefly towards enabling
Mr. B. to write a lustorv or this coun,
try; in which he sjient tfije greater part
r Boston stands proudly pre-eminent in
this ncbe.Ciireer over the rest of the Union.
Manv of her wealthy chkens have displayed
a princely munificence in the support of pub
lic estabiisnroents, and tne promotion oi ob
jects of tgre&t tttility.v Individuals in that ci
ty 'have contributed as much in a, single in
stance for such purposes as all our wealthy
men united in Un years. With a few ex-
exceptions, ours tuive no ambition for making
j "su u4e ot, ilieir wealt h. Their motto seems
itd'beH ' ,,v - ' ..- ; '; W ' .
; v 'k."-) JIM plaudo, A
Very ifearly patronage thatthe ;aitrff?
encs arid iteramre receive in
,r phia is from the'v gentlemen of the! lewnedaCcompahied a with a witKUravyatFtTiur
proressior.s, ana iuose in uie uuuuic w xa
of his life. Hjs history of; rennsy I vania
is acknowledged to be far superior to
any account of this State ever publish
ed in the English Janage. j iv ;1
W 'fftidfrpv IfazaS -EsfcM respect
table ; Oilman ajred about 76 for half
a century a citizen of Philadelphia
madehis will some timoinceL in which
he bequrathed 5000 dollars to the Mo
ravian Society of which he is a mem
ber. .;nVe society, - about two years
a 2(:, havin?j determined on rebu i I di ng
their church, he cancelled theljtem in
his will, and presented them with the
full sum above specified. What a lav -
dable example, and how worthy oftb
l imitation of; those who are rolling in
j wealth ! u ;-;'H ry' :
j V.-Of all the cit'zen9 who Hav
done honor to Philadelphia, none eve-'
more than WmM'plure, Esq. a native
of Scotland, but long aresidehf othis
c?ry, formerly of the firm ofM'Ciure &
Uohertson. He made a bandsouie for
tune by commerce : arnl being ardently
devoted to the promotion of therts iSc
( sciences, was one of tlie principal foun
!er of the Acatlemv otuatural scienf
c& in this cityan institution stand inV
1 Society Mr M'Clure has prftseatdd
numerous andsplendM collectionsticif
j hooksJ purchased at various tirhei on
toe conTinenr 01 Europe, . coniaminjf
many of the most valuable works, et4
tapt, on natural philosophy, ' ceology:
j mineralogy chemistry and botany
i he whole number of yoIume is about
10,000, which . with fie philosophfcal
apparatus, and numerous specimens
of ihin eraU,' cost 10 or 1 2,000 dollars;
ileing an enthusiastic admirer of the
Peitalozian system of Education, he
sent M rvNeff, and one or two other
Gentlemen, at a great expense to this
country, to open academies on this'
Plan : ana l nave reason io oeneve
coutributed largely to their support
for some time after their arrival. -'the
project failed, virhether fof .vant of pa
tronage a radical unsouhdries in the
system or the incapacity of the per
sons seat her to carry M; Pestalofczi's
vieivs into Operation, I cannot deterj
wine; "But the failure does not detract
an iota fronl thogreat inerit otHhis esj
I i fn a bl e c i t i ze'ri j i b in a k i n h i s Wea 1 1 h
subservient to the great cause of what
Le presumed to be the promotion ot
the. illumination arid happiness of his
fellow-ineif. : j :'?f . -.:':'.. ''
G6-and do thou likewise.
ConimiWicaf ions, properly autheu
tica f el t add rested Eor the Annajfe
of 1 ? ep e I i ce n c e , ' Post officer Phi lad elf
piiia,-' will hekhankjuiiv received.
lJiihukqfca, GcU 16, 823. :: . j r '
BRITISH OIIDEIUH COUNCIL: !
The llritifch order in council for lay-
j ing a dttty of :4s. 3d. sterling per tori
j upon our vessels trading to the colo
j nies, and ten percent, upon Jtlid other
I dutios,:t() liieet 6ur toreirii Hiid : ton-?'
nae duties, nil fail tery heavily upon
all bulky articies? Upon a cargo ; of
lumbet-j it, is saiu,1 that, in some' instan
ces, it will amount 'to 30 or 40 percent
on rne wnoie. Aiie urjasooyeriiuieui
has " been willing that British vessels
should be placed upon no better footing,
fas to that traded than our own, hut
! wishes to favor the colonial productions,
pin whF we rivalled them in tiie.West
Indian market, by placing a smaller
duty on them, whether brought in their
! or our , vessels. The edect of the new
! tounase and couutcrvailmj; duty will
not altogether fall upon the producer, j
tout more, neayay pernaps upoa xne xin-tisb-colonist,
asVe supply hini with ne
cessarles wh icb' lie cannot do without
If the duties upon a' cargo of lumber be
30 or 40per cept. th .will, generally
speaking, raise the price go Gar. upon
himv arid so pf other articles but tca.-:
66 -yrhere they are produced bjr-ario-thef
coloriyf 'and are favdred-by the act
of Parliament, he willt tiieni perhaps
something lower,aridan tlie mea tiine
th dillerence between tJSe atnourit; of
! duty paid upon , them and upon the
same articles, fcoming from, the Unitett
i States wilt operate as a bounty to pro-1
I What Will be tlie cpuW ta be taken
I by Conirress,vcanhot feibjreseenJWe
have no doubt, that the mercantile class
Jjrefer the accepce of trnis
tue new isnusn lonnage ana coun-
tervaihns: 'duties to tne .lormercom-
slate ot th?ps3uheth
jtion would ibe wise, Ifupon a broad nai ' " t
tional scale, utikreni& H
s'trictions prj bur i'iTye-sKouW ot
doubt: oflftreir efilcacyi ! Q 5 -
. ...... i '.. --t i m - i
y INTERNAL, TMPROVEMENTS.
t of the ate' of :6r?hCafonnt wjll
hold, their' Annual Alectmata!e?ffa, on
the 3d ' Monday in Novear.ber tiitfiOl
which, all persons concerned will pleaje
J, .GALES; SV. ;
.Oct. 22, 1523. i
RALKIGfl ACADEV.; v .
nriflK Examihatiori of the PubihMale a
I - Female, of this ; Academvi will Commence
y- By order.
VM. l!lLU 3ey.
r October 23.
JIU1 AMSBOUOU G H, IACAI) EM V
fIE semiannual examination of 'the Stu
v .iy $ents belongiinpr tp this Institution Vilf
corhrfienc on the 10th an close on the llthh
November. Parents arid Guardians are re-'
guested: to ittehf.'. ;'' r V"4 -l-J- 'VJ,:- f ;
f The Erercises of the Institution trill again
commence' pft the, 1st Monday in Jariuaryv i''
, 4 WM. liOBARDS. Sec'vl '
Tuesday- fbllowine. v - r trfW ' v . j ;'.'V-v,;-r :r. ; i.
The Kjere'stsVe lnsti ,;
reSnmed on the 1st Monday of January, 182 " j r, t r
WiUiamsboroiuin, Granville Co. ; ; i "v ' ; . -;
I October 15th, 1833. , ff5 . 57-its ; ; v:
3(lndrew'&' Joiief't Female. JLcddetthLf, t !
:t TV I lfTXT l mtAT i. -i. .
SIIIE ; Semi-anmial, 'xammatio:i will com
science,, not uanafly attained bv Female
Wiljiamsboio,1 Granville eft, N. C.7 v
' ' Oct.2Qtht 1823J S7-$t
h $HOCCO FEMALE AC ABE MY,
Examination ofy the yoiinj? Ladies inV
.R. the abbve prostitution will cdnmence oft ,
Tuesday the tlth of November. The conV
pany of the Parents iniV Guardiana? of the J
fjJtttdents, and of alii; others ; who may v b -pleased
to iittendl js respectfully inyited.7v
The Exercises of the Institution 11 be
resumed.on the 5m of Januar.next.,' S' '
MAItY J. LUCAS1!
.r '-.56 3t .
: MIDWAY ACADEMY, . j
Inence on AVednesdav the 12th of :No-? ;
yemVr, and continue the Jtynb follo-ving :'dayv':'jrT T. ' ' ; ""T" (1
!,ecW3 will : be" publicly; pVe,'sented ':i64hoe';'j: 'iP'i
pupils who have completed ieir studies! :and7'.fv ?.
who 4vill evince & proeress lrti lit -rat ore and. . i 'V ' , ', . tit
In Franklin count u .10 wile i front Lou- y-i"
JUffitrg and 1$ miles J ram IVdrrentoni'
S-IE Examioatiori of thetudens wilj," v
. take place mi Thursday 4nd 'Ffajrr, ;t
the "t:h nd th of No1 verpbef.' vf iThere -'V k
wiji piinnr. n eaKire on ine jasciay ac ; ujv
about; 1-1 r.cJockyA. Mffl'he public aye-- ":'
resncttullyujnyitfd - to attendir ':
rj.c ExefH4es of the Academy will be 4,
resu lied oh the fi.;t -Monday in January; , '
next; under the .superinten'darce of ithe - I
Subscriber aledb Mr. George B. Prry,-.
ho jh as before assisted the subscriber in
Warrentoh. and has bad' the t;bafj of 'K
the HiUiardston and lloitibura: 'TAcade-
miesjfcjr the last fou'r.,6riVe yea'rsr;wbet)8'i- v ,'.:l.v
he his given very geneyatf sa0sfacitibn.f' ? ; ( ': ,J-l-: -i
;;... Board with all necessaries except
i - candle , v ' H-$4Q-)er .scswo'a;
Tuition ; 4AS IP per stssioni3
i UCJODer .20,182V
1 TSJrtwM.ri wrtr iwi-tfiTiTBnixw f'.
? 'm?:- ." Raleigh, :"iJcl.'"l,:i823..-'.
A GUERABLY to the 2d section of the act' ' -H.
incorp5 orating the State Bank of ; N,' Car- I'
olina, an Election of nineteen Director's of tlie
Princirial Bank, is to taRe place anndally bni T.'
the lbt Monday in -December The Stock
holders cvf said Bank are therefore called uport .
to meet and hold said Election, and to attend i '
to such other bu&ines in reUtioa to the gene - :
rsil interests of the , Institution sU may, be! ;
judged necessary, '."o.iiVMoh'day'the, 1st "'day o?
December at 9 o'clock In the niorriing at thft ' 'f " i
BankUnvHaleigh.; IX:': J r.. 'ft.-.'i.. &
By order of the Board, .' : ';',- 'I' V ' - - . '
: ? wm ,h. 11AYWO06. Clsa.-' ' (
Ct Such Stockholders ai canaot cooveni- '
endy atteiUd, will plejb to send their prdtu
les. , 1 - : v.. . ' .! ' 57-tm W-'
TUAS ylyama Universi v
fjl JLeetures jo thbf IastiCution will coqi
( Js- riience on the HrtiUondayjn November
next, -anu .leruunave i.oe nri wek in llarchJ 1 '
The cdtirse of instruction Viil be" - 1 " ;
Anatomy and Surgery, By Dr. Dudley; V 4
Institutes of Uedicine, ; - Df; CaldweuY v
TKevfyfind Practice, VZDr-Brownj:-'
Medical. Botany, .J
Obstetrics and the Dis-.") v," r V ''i' - y ,r
cases of Women and '
Chjldren. ; f A , '
? 1 wr. lucnarasDtU' -
Chemistry and Pharmacy , Dr, Blythe:
;f- ; -Assisted b Mr. BtU'
Aa hitherto, the Professors will lake th
ciurebcy of Ibe State in payment for their" w " ,tT
Tickits. ' : 4- , J! H
'1 :A f 4 ' nrt Til HTKK
Until the 1st; of January, a Negro .VanMnv.'
accustemea 10 upoung x au aunea ci Jioc i
Wrt-. AntirvtvifW Prrntanc. ' .Jk-:,
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