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x Tip sliln Diamond. Cant. Macv ar
J i r - , - 7
r-vril hoW- vesteni&v in the very sh
'Tviii;.;e of 3 days fivm TiVerpad. ah
.w !vr nxttdifett to Cant. iSi. tor J aver
1 IT I . . 4ko fa.mnt 4-n
r the 18th, Mia the latter to the cvnhig Minister ofJusJire to the CorjeL Cala
tlie IGth ilit. inclusive travo, 10 madc.the projiosition to t.e
f. r - ' - . .sscrnblv-to dissolve and submtt.ro ma
. 7 The fj'Iovin?: is a winnr.17 of. the in
. . " tell;irenc. from Spain : ' ' " f
- ; v- The" Cre?, it appears Lave made ro
tsM-n?. , Tho Koval Family appear to
y bariIot Cadiz, simply because the
: CinVsun and dismayAvcre sticIi that no
cuo l.ad aulliority to prevent hcra. On
- : -the.3d the French troops N eutered the
; city : it vas on the 1st that 'the-Kicg
; 'amved at the French ppsts, i ; "
' : . FiRy i thousand, raca of the French ar
tn v ace, . it U M ; nderStoocl , to remai n to
ccci:j) -Sf2in9Vuntil.tie esUiblishment
"of ti-.mnvilitv under the Kind's gff.-er-mcn-
The King-5 is nor expected 'in
. Madrid before the 18th : Jittleitisji
. . table vdl-be known of the i urjcses of
f the "3trtv now restored till thciul x H
1 , The iteency have of course dissolv
Qk tfiSy 'issuetl '.an asldress, reinarka
b'c far. tins curious iiiliation of its style
rb l r5(tti:uent. - -
Miha snll ccntlnues'. in arms, and it
j is e:i jijiosct .will pei-seyerc in resitxince.
; f ilio has bcj?a conu,c:nnedv;
Ti'f Xing of Spain has isrued a Pro
clai frlon. in which he-calls tlie Con
established by the Cort -u a
v--- tyrannical Constitution, null inits or
iririvand iJVl in its' formation," and
&zys tu g France has tiiumphetl over
t'e e llrs of all the rebels of the world
raliccfed . for the niiftcr' if ,Spr.n.'f-
I'.oceu en tr.2 tiirone 01 m. r cnunanti,
" by Piothtincc. anil the generous ellbrts
of his. nble jtilics,,?,hc autliorires the
.folovin deqi-ee; f- ;
j ";ir. 1 . ATI the arts ottHe government
. ) railed ctrin.tut"cnrJ (cif tv h At fever kind ;unl
jksrription tjicy jiuiy he,) a synicwi wlnch'cp-
" p;tr-C(l mv people" from tlie-7lh of M.trrh,
. ; until the Zlit of CtfoSt r, arc tic-
and rg;ilticn5, "wluch live, sold "joycrnxent
framed nd 'executed gainst rny ; will-
" ' P.i't. 2. I approve' of even- tWn ivh'ch
ha? heep drveed ar.d ordered by the I'wvif-V.ni-Jui-.r.df
Government, and by the UoenT
, ey, the oncrrcated at Oyarzmv April 9, the
ilar;25, the, present year, uulrmjj
, irier.nvvfiie, unti! svitlJcIeutly informed of the
'L-iri-: t f mv neonlf. I mav be able to bestow'
t''oe h'Avs, and adopt those meteure, v. hicli
Tv-ill be be?t calculated to Kecurc their re?l. pros-
pcrity r.r.d Velfarc, the consent objects of a!t
my. hv ?Vou:iiy coiumitaicate to dc-
t1nion of the Cortes,',the Tslc ofSt. Le-
. v:as decreeil, in supplicate liW Majesty
. V:i"'-m to" occn ncjrbliatimis'itli the
encrab. on sijclf terms as He
N B'louldjudjread viable. ;l1:e Kingan
.Veiet?, he couldTiot enter Into any ne
,itution. -fA second message was sent
. f - the. King-r to which the i Hiiae answer
; i.-!vis reKirhed..'"Afthird meeting follow
- v cdC bn;' this time only, tiveldeputies at -
eit :Vd. ; x "AU tUe othera non concealed
li!e:tive, oi.wen wandevini iit ha?i
; , r.rd endeavouring to escape.-' lhe ;not
j i complelc ana2chy.sooniallov?d bnt no
"i icnce was .:. committed. t At 4-Ieiith,
't;rc roers then composing tne LOrtea,
Jand'theui ulsters, accomptiuied by smr.e
iuid coDiuixjtiim t6 wn?et.o the Prince
AMI LUC rviiii
- . . 4 j the raacazrnes. !hajied, :aiid tne cara-
-?H.f?bo-s ocairrencer, ,whch ; r, Glks lare had abatdt--xrith
J'bea"" f-.the lng. In. u Tl,lks T1)ebcs ant, l;it(i:ii.
""If r'de ??rt, ' 51rv ff e ia which the lattertet 1000 k'illcdl
, vg.u. staf -Jflo-Wsoh in another buttle, near
., . naqdcl for tne king s, hbertr n-crc i. Vo,(- (lie 'riliks lost fw wiionek .
riecn'e; fnr two montbfr, Miiuf rt.e, do-i .; , ,
a - ri T r Till HI'Tlll O " ' - I
',hV j. -,; ;ii;c c:xy oi.aiuz, jinn an tie ior-
V; i i. :tses '.th'cain toeion ?T iWe C.onsti
' ! ? it it?o;'Rlists.v lliewopositions were
ii i' f ; ii'jcJed.- , VabHz Kavfii declared that
:l r;, ? ' Constitutional; hotilla cdd not de-i
i!j ir ' ' ' ' ind the citr, t!ie Cortes heid a public I
' 7 11 i. - ,1 , .V . ' .'...1 :ll il.
f ' 1 .. I
iv tlii'hT dijsoii . tlic:aselve.v - For 'the
Lv:t tlurty-ffix heuis e; Isle-of rTieon
:tvV.uttiv of the Cortes. , . Jftegraftd head -
j ( i : .0- 4Vnothcr acciTintav5,"taat of. njnetr
ffA J;: ur inenibeibithkf
- j . - . h-i' rin; hU fveranjiT-haVcrieived
H:l ' tbe ?ir'Ud' &fliisiafestivTlieX?or.es
' ! - .:. visr.attactr;irmi tfi3' greatest J rigor.
V , . ': l.rV':' AtnbTSsadorii:had.nmv thcr&f ;' f v
J ,? MV" jeiitered ;hre amidt4th& accla-
j 4 "4j ijartC?! SOI 041' ta-ratinwjp return lO tiop-in tbetii line, so as .to 'require; -no qua
i 1 I : . 1 V' ' 1 Alndrir), V'-Th;?; lUtarrgtianir.will 'eiiiV jfication ,of property fo: a Kepresentatve;
I' 1 tr T"AVRS d ibo,uld consutIth.the
if ' -i.' PP principles bf our free (iovernment.-Ia the
" -iiOo'.inen ; ;.ieKingcave3 'Aereso- contadon 1 ofttbe Un&tl stales: no qiialifi-
-.: '".f. -tjiori'OW'.tiii'gD tu Seville, andnientards cation ;of this i Wind is required for members of
: I . "-; ' ' 'C ; Ti-licAeil s fi rid where-hevill- eh- eithe? branch' of tiie t-egairc. II e. was sa
M'SvCi y:-,f Vvith -the i)Q5e?oT:iVhj5llleraeaand tisfietsuchquaKncatioYiaspr
it . ....... j v . a . . . . m s m t 1 tit" r 111- 111,11 1 11 iini.ki : int. m zr isuali la 1. a . uj arja
t. 'if f ' natc3i XoaiidctlCCJ ia; tb(? lJBreilch he
' i . 4 ' . , ... " r .. .- . ... .-. .. . .-!
doesnk cease ioneak oThis jnitmlcjllqtou of WypW t
to the Kins of France and.thc Uuke o
Anppideme. ; Con r Burlbn basset wi 1 1
rirOmnriTiv him to
nisb troop have set off from here, nth
' the exception of - th e re.dment of; the
1 Prtnra. who whs nlwaVS llCYOtCU TO
rt the Kinjr On the daf of the bomba rd -
J ment, a battalion of the regiment ran
- over the streets o' Cat fc, crying out
X'mf iivim at;-- -j ...wtjh
Majesty The proposition of (,al a frava
was adanten by a strong majinr..
A letfer from an English gentleiuan
at Cadiz dated Oct. 2; 182i?f descrilies
f he shaH of the neighborhood as terriSc
A f er Jf.ertlinaud jiad . been ta. Chu rc h
aOcr hi.-? liberation ' all the welling
of t)oe marked for Coistitutional prjh-C4des-
became the . prey 'of the b ao:l -tiiii-sry
. Faithful," the houses of m-i-nr
of our friends were ransacked tnd
pillaged, ard every thing which can
eohtnbute (o freed oi.iu instruction, 'kv
improvement M instantly burnt or
ken to -pieces '.in. tne "streets, amWs
i'Vivas',-"anfl re;oic"t!;2 ? some even of
;nd nri - orcouV-
arejl.to,t!:e com:n;csiim of these tlewr,
VeiausTe2;nK Orlando cndPadre.
nio, JiQv Lihc most . active-" The
effervescence," he adds, 44 anion: the
l.v.vei- class of people is inten2 ; au
tliovize.l to satiiite their passions, they
hunt all those who are compromised as
lqod -hounds oihthe'' scent, and nas
sinat' them, when discovered., .. rIe
sf'nte'of tlio countrv is dreadful : ityur-
. I 111 41 V 1 .
passe'A alt descripl ma in aiiHrcHy, roa
fusion: and' bloodshed-" '
.".The French do little, ta-.prcvent
these cnieities. but, should they depart,
universal depopulation and dosoh-tion
must ensue.'". 77r French;' trr vn 'er-
I7s7$ to Je.nrr.Jfei t ii". ''''
Jjwrrxco, to summon thm l 9nrreuJrr
ftt!te jMir'rl arms 'and rrlnrn to nn
tmile. l obeflUace n Kw Frrdiifin l
Lo:;rjov. .oct. 14.
'Ve understand. that -jV-emmcnt has
received information pt the ""final and
complete settlement of the iliilerences
between 1 1 nsia ami Turkey under the
arrauircmcnt.of LoitI Stnuigford. It
is alded thp.t the dispucsr between
Greece and Turkey, arc to be i n tinst -ed
to the mediation of Russia, Austna,
and G. Ilribin. '
Auisnunr.,- sf.pt. 30. ,
I-etters fr.m Italv announce that a
terrible insurrection has fut broken
cation lias been interrupted. At Suck-
Q. tjlc 'f urktsh soldiei-s, foreimers
- . travi,im hr.Vft iPen osinated.
Tiie follov, in note, was addressed to
the, Foiriu , Ministers at Paris, on the
7th of Oct. ;'- a .V'
1 have .the honor toannounce, to your
Kxcellency, tiiat his "iUjc sty's (iovenunenl
b'as fj'ven orders to raise the blockude of the
Spanish pors of Coriihna, Sf. Sebastian, and
Santona, which have 'surrendered to the fcr-v
ces of his JJajesty. Consequently neutral
vessels arriving in these pcrU. will be admit
ted without xlifhcultv. . .
- - CI LVTEAUBRIAK1). "
THE CKAV POPE.Cardinili Del
la Gena was elected Pope on the 27th
of Scntember and has taken the litle
of ; Leb Xi. He is an Italiaii. lie j
was Nuncio d on nr 14 vejirs in the e-
lc t ora tea o f ti) e ' Jl hi n eV . At tiie period
of the pei xufons exercised'by Boiia
narte i:;ur.i;it the head of the - churcli,
he was ob iLcd ta "n'ut Jtome witli the
other Prelate and "Cardinals, born out
of the states whrcli remained to. the So
vereign ;Pout;l!.- 'At the epocli oi Jlie
... i i ji
restoration, ne was sent oy tne late
Pope (Pius.yil.) to congratulate Louis
18th, njhis re'turnand he was aillict
ed ' at' Paris with a Jon illness. In
1815 ;vas" reinstated wit v :'tbl Homan
Irtll S,' wl i IIC uWvisn VI ivumo . ( lie i-y
savr the Journal des I)ebates a tiaii of
reat learning,4 accustomed to'business,
and of in-eproachabie morals. s -fyy-H
,- ,ys.-'fv iriQiNiiiD'.'. -'
' ,Thc 6$i sec-tioa heme -?maep, ccnaderation,
Air. rieitir raoveu i.o. uuu. utter u wu4nw
I.Mr. Jl. Ari 5ini7AtmoAedr to" amend this sec
member oCthe House of nepresentadvei. ' .
ed by the gentleman from Orange would ' not
out m Upper Kjrypt, where, tr.e wnoi
popuUtiop of a lai-e section ol count i
U i.nrt OOC'rt lt)f I Oil J1TM1?111 I
-4' ... ... 7 ''- ,.J
. ipemberstreretoo scm!
V..". :i -.'-';'"-v'; 1
members oiiehf to
act as if vre; vere about to forrrt an entirely
rtW rrtTiaifi'ituin. 'The eorcmittee to whom
this ubjct' had b-;n committed had judged
to the present onHtfttiort.a tlicy deemed
hrd been exoeriencclfrom tlic nronsion now
proposed to be strickeit biit ? He neVcr heard
fifnnir. : -f ndeerf.-bp? tboiio,ht"tlie"a(al!flXtion
salutarv bnc,; and therefore hoped it would
After a Jew qtlicj-, remarks, the proposed
afrtMidnipnl: TOs'd!Sa2Tced to'. '
: Mr. Mtniihi'm moved to .'Tulct to the end of
tile section, " or a freehold of the value ot
.dol?ars."., , . ; -;. "
', 3lr. Yancey enquired if the'mover intended
to varj tlia terms from those intivjduced intc
a former section f - . c
llr. Mankv replied that he dioV as a mem
bAr. h' tbe"seetion as if stand", "is reqioret
only: to hold 100 acres of land for the term of
his ov.Tn life- 't . , A
Mr. JMungum proposed to fill the blanl:
with 400 ! ; r
, Mr, Fisher thought SOD, voiIdle sufficient.
1 The question was first take.ri on the larpfeo;:
sura and ne.tivecL incn on tne smauer
and curried. "
Mr. Lot e moved ta strike, out of the Til
section thov words in the 2d line " of any on
eniirc." He' sa:d that tiie mciinmcr ot toes
words v.-as d'flcrenfly- construed in ditrerent
cb;inties, and frequently at different sepa-.tc
elections in the same county. ' He therefore
wished them struck out. ' - , - . :
Mr. Yir-ciy supposed the objection against
the vcrils,moved to be struck out,' was, that :f
a man hadj resided twelve months in any part
of the -State he was allowed, to rote wherever
hemig-ht be at the time of an election But
he should object to this amendment on the
same ground that he had objected, to othed
whiclrhe cbnsvlcred as unimportant. , UifTer
eht Cfnstrt!ctidtis miht have been put on the
words, but he. apprehended no serious evil
had been experienced from them.
. Mr. J,ove wished it to ne so cspressea xnat
no crs6n in fifture should be permitted tb
voe in any co-.nity in wliich he had not reeid
( d J 2 ujonths previous to an election. It was
but a sir.al! arnehdrr eut antl could not be otbr-
ise'tl an well received by alh '
.After a' ffxw remarks, the proposition
was disagreed -t.' --.Mr.
Ilaviiizt-m proposed to strike out the
4th line cf th(k th section, the Words, "and
shall have pvd--pcbf:fc taxes.' This proposi
tion had reference to the pcll-Ux,. which had
lone: been considered an 'odious tax in this
Satc, ana m:ntvatino aisranx aav, Derpeai
.1 I .. nr'ifK tlin vionr irxi' mo 1r in rr thfi rTrt
Cvl' Ji yv ." w.ui lilt jv f ..u....0 f-
posed amendments to the Constitution as ac
ed. It was with the view ot making te pro -
oscd amendments to the Constitution as ac-
ccptable as posssoie, tnat ne moveu 10 sme
v K I 7 J
:nn in n 1 1 est fon on eht not. tlierefor? to b e part
il n-ith. The navment of a puhhc tax was
some kind of evidence ot a person's residence
T ----- . i-,-
.Tiie motion was negatived.
Mr. Settle moved to amend the 13th section,
in tlie.l lth line, after the word ag-c, M a citizen
of the United States," which was agreed to.
f And on mobcm ot Mr. Hamngtnn tne salary
was changed from 1000 to &2000.
The 16th section bein read,
Mr. Yan cey observed that the am endment
nronrsed bv ihd Committee to this section
went to supply a defect in the present Con
stitution. Doubts had existed on the minds
of the most tn'iffhtened of. our citizens whe
ther a case, mirhttiot occur wliich. would pro
duce nn mterremurn in our Government. It
is provided, that in case of the death, 8cc of
the fiovcrner, the hpcaJcer or tne senate ior
the tinie being- bemg", shall exercise the exe
cutive power butthere isnothinjrin our Con
stitution or .I.uws wluch provides for a 6ase
which misfit happen. Our members of the
Genu-al Assembly are elected in August for
one year, of course after the year has expired
they" are no lbng-er in office so that if the Go
vernor were to die, Stealer the election and
before the succeeding meeting' of the Leg-is-laturc,
there would be no person authorized
to perform,' the duties of Governor. . This a
mendment is oireretr'to supply the deficiency.
TJie moi ion was agreed to. '- -
On the 26tjvsectionbein read, which
excludes Preachers of the Gospel from a
seat in the Legislature, ' s
''Mr: irnn-imrton moved to strike if out. Fie
could see no good reason for denying to
Cierr'vmen .npchts which were possesei py
pvm'v nthcr chisa of citizens."-.' He should al-
jsd move; when it came before the Convention,
ti vti-lke nut th- followintr section, .which - be
thViuf ht imnroberlv interfered with religious
opinionsy-which ought to be left entirely
fr Yr-iirrv wnnld inform the .Convention
why jthe committee retained -these. sectrons
For his own part, he could sec - no iiecesrfity
for them at tins clay m tins tree count ry,
u-hprp wrv man is At libel tv to udoot what
religious opinions' he pleases, for which' no
one'has .a riht to question him - but these
provisions have been acted under for'urty
yeaTS without producing any inconvenieii.ee
or .complain ; aim win ,i;iininivi.rc uc -if
Katr tnn'hprt tbeml it mifbt Tirotruci
VT4&1.V ir . vw.." - - - .
copsicreViihie dissatisfaction CattKMUjsl ihe
people, who were incrc sensibly alive on the
SUOjeCl Ol, Iteilgiuuii""" aiinnnvu uc-.iivp
ed,' Uferefore, they would be 'rtaintd,
theyituVncj injury,'.;: S;i t
$lr. TMnritm Knew very; wen ,111a,- anyti.i
tcrferece' lib tfris subject would be li:ib
nisreprt seiVtwtion, jud mii'ht creat e, alarm
m cc-rtanv inincw ; dui ne a so Knew uiavii
?rtain mindH; but he a'so 1
hndv oul-.t to xloviikt wcs riL-hti-reeardTess
of idle ; ciumour. ; As .one-of the comnwltep
vvhO formed ! Hits ; jteporthe srifTeid thU
beclibiVto psssV sHehtib 'but he was perr
9'Jectiortof tJieir, Repre'senj(a.th es,wihoti
1 ola m?ernmenis ot Europe sucu a provision
in" nvllfo proper,bnt; tlierelrio necessity
sword.' In reference to what had fallen
his friend froni GsswvjTj-'h'e'.wtiy
- ' - '"V;- -Vt;' -4 ' 5 ;.V.-7 ' r
toaca.e tliat occurfcd'in thf tcsnme
years Syt), Avheo a cmtlemao oCtalntsfrom
ohe of mW
ed of bis seat 'on thisound; -f;:
a!r;;l?rv,thokHl;ithatii mmhl feeiweJJ
t t,, . JntTTvferf. with tliis f;ubiect.rHc, vell
recollected 'the case to which, the . freutlman
r,Am trnn referred i ,but the , Str.te sustain
ed noVreat injury -the ph-ce. of the penth
man, was scion .supplied S-heJwi a'read v
obscrvcff, lie saw no oeccss.iv iw f p
ion j hut as our acrsi"? i" "
A-t m. ; hn vfts uiiwillincr ,to. meddle
ttr a 1 1 1 1
- . i I . . ... ... - . . '
Mr. 7J?rwas of opnu.mihattheccicsi
T.effislature ofJfouth.Carolina, by the(hTji3
sioil of rlerirvmen to a seutjin tlieirtisla
i TM.v mai 'had a more iexalted opinion
of aTeal pious Clfcrjryman than himself, but
lie did jiot wish to see tliem m the Legisla
tllir. Man rum snid, the remarks which fell
from him on this subject did not proceed
from 11 nv particular religious j vie wsv -le.
deemed 'it improper to retain: a' provision .0;
this kind -in our Constitution . ai. this; day.
however, pfopcr.it mi.ht have been .w licit
our ancestors placed it there. ; He believed
none of our sister States had such a prSvisioft
i .their Cons; itutions, 8tas we could aiihci-
j.ate no evil for the want'ot it, he waswiUing
to blot it out of our Constitution;;
Mr. Settle rend a-clause, from the Con4itu
tjon of Soioh-Carolin: to shew that it con
taisied a clause of similar import.--- ;
. Mr. Hamugien obstvyed, that it was-with
some degree of unwill'mg-ness that he touch-
Exi ite-u 11 pieasaM feelings, and bcjiable to
:nrsrepreserit:ition abroad ; but lie conciuaea
it was better; to do what we behVve to be
r..rht a ltd rik the censures of. the world,
than to do wronv an4 rectuve their praises;
Ha wislied , no man to sutler on account ; ot
relirfio-i ; and he hoped a majority t t u c
committee wouid iro with him on tins occa
sion'. .' '' ;...
Hie motion was negatived. j - :
The 27th soction being, read, ' ' .
. Mr. lhirrinhon moved to Strike out i thi
sec-iou a 'so. r;;-- "
Mr,7;or supported tlip motion, lie had
always. been taurht to believe lb-1 Ours: was
a c.untry where religious intolerance wcul -t
be cpuntenancedr ,lVhy then, suffer a sec
tion of this kind to remain which shuts. cut
from office a respectable; portion of our citi-
th Pnm irt IP.sithnlir.s a it! .Tews It
1 rnnflicts indeed w th 'the 30th section o; this
fnstriTment, which provides tlwt thcr shall
1 h ,.n nrefTPnce onven to one reiig-.ous sor
th"rp. is no foinlation ? lie thoicrlit the Tro
pic were sufficiently ab!e to jildge of the qua
lilies of their representatives, without such a
provision as is cmta"ned in this section. Our
brethren to the Katwatd, ''who we Are jmtf to.
.msi-ier s sufijciently fctriet i?v uu irre 151
.u nf itinnsi nat no' sitclii test .iii this in anvf
heir constitutions and he coiVhUee io good
reason wnv we suouui a-uin n. -
ouitediflefeint construction: The words." Pro
testant Ketgion' . had, been considered as
svnonhnous with the words K Christian Jle-ifo-ion,"
and bding- so considered, it hail none
of the. exclusive ettects wmcn ne appreiiena-.
ivt;' tf we were makinir a new Constitution.
yp. added a chflerent'laniage might be
ifced ; but as no inconvemehce had been . ex
th ;ptinn as it stands, lie
hoped the committee would consent to keep
in its ti resent foimi.
rtAsin-a a-iirl whfitvpr roTi5trnctioln
murbt Ke Viven to this section Here, thejo can
be no doubt that every stranger who reads it,
w)ll conclude that both Roman Catholics and
Jewsaro excluded from ofiice in our Govern-
T he-motion i.to strike out wa? neg-aLved, i
The' 28th section bein i-ead," . :
, Mr. Jlrerurd observed, that it had always
boeh concedet!,thftt the present mode of ap-
pointings jusoeetf .ui' rca.ee - ui
mi'ie. Obiecticii3 bad also been made to the
eniirse nronosed b v the committee; and he
racist confess it. did not meet wltli his appro-,
bation, though tlrcre migiit, perhaps, be some
mrth had suggested to vhim a plan, which he
woulct mention to Ane committee, mui-u w u
a view of. eliciting the -options cf others
on j tle : , subject, than , rrom ja nope taat niu
Hffw-rstion would be 7 adooted. His plan
was, that persons to be appointed Justices of
the Peace should be recommended by three
nf u .r,nnt'itn ronmanv -.inc.' which
thy reside, and that .they should held their
omce for tiireeT years onw. i;ut oojecuons
matv, perhaps, be raisca to any moae tnat-ean
be jofiered. In the section recommended by
thf4 rommitteA the GovcrnOTtis to aopo)nt
Ju4tic es b v and with the advice and consent
of the Se.5iate-mcn ytho hye in remote parts
of ltiiA,siht with whom neither the Gover
nor nor the Senate can be icqunteoVrhere
bftipe. would be .tf,ow n by members ot-tfic
Iclatuwit-- large,' by whom ftey are; ..now
appbinted.: rrhe pcticen -bis country, had
been such, thatthe i Captns , companies
might be said to appoint the Magistrates ; a
thev reebmmendedcm toC the Lesnslature..
rvhb coniumed the recomio endatiou, :and the
Got ernoir comjssA6nedBhetnf To try the
qution, be moved to -strilce- out the 28$
,be ktriiclc out,i for if )t; were, the coratrtittee
ixy, myv u.v vvj, mT
i WroniQ cc uu rive uc Ji'V4viuyuv
vmwf Oar,f?im, v eonuianv: i tor - it
ry.bapjccmnt br If
v r , - .. ... ii"
tical ancl i uivii . .jivpariHir ,.-. i;' 'Vf ; I . v,vsy" nxM Lc yo. ernr j. to a));.
ept fpart. Our Contfi'u'ion pmhibits o-pvita t!ie consent 0 the Senate; tho:;-a Z-
ers brides Clergymen trom seats in ..we. uicr tic nor tne senate nave an uVvi
rislature, anti he thought ivwhs ri;;iu ui j:,uie enuuaie. .,jie tnoiigu -t iRa
so. Mr, 1, referred to some mconvem-j nQjp'ibors were bestacqua-iifad vKt, hn ' .
A. till .11 !.& t M V V. I 1 X. i. t- - T. -
.,' Mr. Yancey observedhat if this section had gherift-of C hoWan Coitnly to sz held 01
teceivcVl such : a construction aVuit whicii the Jie gdl- and i28tll i list, to jbUpplv til.'
eiatlemanhDadsoihacl put upon it, Vacaicyoc&mned'by : the death f '.'
there. vyouldbe gocri Tip Jnnor1 . . '
h nntA asRUre him it hab?: recemxl a James.OM.inei v . ,
i .,r: . :..
recommemtitVrthesLr,- , .
to Hhnse f whereas, if he h-rt-A-
such'sources as h miv ; .4 ': ,Cs ti si
jVIrif:7?iVTatTrf. said, he had
I ronr irir!' tor t hp nmnw-it-nT. ;i.?Ji- . . "'
tered m the corr.rnittee jchut-bA,li4-i.. ...
I I. I iiiiAiiiimii I ir I .'.ill. mi j... i. .. i
proposed 'by the :..iendmcnt wliicti V r.
posed. '(,; ;.;- - , ! , "
- .The question: on strdiins? o ;t U: ,
bt i continued. J
GENIAL -ASS p; t BL Y
. ' t- .;'?..: ' ' , ';, ', .. ' 'I
- -I .cestjXy,-iov 1 8.
tesst's Ontiaw ami Wiiri! ' if u--
HoU-'e wcrc'ahpoihted a ConruitVe '(C
coin uncuon wnir 31 essrs. ari v, m
.' Patterson as ejected, and that no
no oiner cana;uaie 01 a majority ,
Votes. ' V-V':! V-t -
A committee was apnointled tolwaii
pri the j Groyerfitir,' and: iijmrm m f
the organizatibh of tbe two hoUsbarW
pf their readiness iiy rcceir )h cuiu
munication. jThe cpinmi(;e0 reported
jthat he wouldnnake a cotnmuaicatiorv
bnv to-morrow it lilp'clockj '
ifir.. VanlKck prcieatexl the resijj-na-
n (if J ohn Bay," CoIoneVj Coimnanu
t of the Militia oersoiuj-
. AVe-dnksha y, Nov. 19.'
mutin'i 1 if .
yas' $ent: to.the tiouse luf .jCommon;
proposing to blimmeliafiily fur two
EngrSssipg CielrVs Iwhich was eoncur- '
ml in by tiiat jlouseand the name of
Thbiwas G.- Roae was withdraw! from
lioatination; INo triflidate'at this bal-.
ot, 'received a inajonty ot votes., ,
Another baHotih'r tmniedLatelv took
nlace on motion of Mrt Callowav. and
tiie names of iiiavid Mock, Thomas
llerne and George Iorde.cai, Hverc wHi -
tirawn. y'iii 0"i:iA. uu cuouiuitte uuu u
niajority "of votes. ; . j: '.'
t HOUSE QFi QOMM0NS. .
A writ of ftfattion was issiitcdto t!i-
AVrEDXEsnA yv Nov. 1 9..,
Couityr to bis soat'tn the House of Cora
htorla The. petition was ireferred t
tiie. Committee im Privileges and Elcc-
The foi(owii- ?2ssagc was receive!
frbm'liir: Exc&lency the Governs, .
ed : .
i .i., . . V'-;' ' i-j r . '1 :., ,
read ana oruerea to oe ..ui-
Jialeij C. Kov,
j&jhe hoh-lrabte the General Jsncmbli, i J " thr
;M - U i Atdt Af North. Carolina. . ' ''
1 The Occurrences smce t jeu'i-
iburameutof the last session of the
Assembly,; lave oeen sucu as usuu.v j,'
out ofj circumstances natural, or i common tQ ,
the regulations ' of i the; Statei .The proves -of
our Intewal Improvements will perhaps
ft inda and 1 circftnwtance.H ,
wbuld allow The ;misapplicaon'amf f ftsfs
if means nave nerexoioref j-cumic h
lit, irom WiJCir we-, jiicyMJ- T.. .- - .
k but for the WisUombf the last Legislature, v
commencing a new pn, by bennmgat t..4
piouths of Our rivers and proceeding graaj
ally and effectuall v upwards, the people oa a -have
sunt into a statV of indiiference, to sa
the least, from which It woitld have rco 'U!vi
manSrvear to rdrfse-them to renewed
andconfidence, The appropriation Iff
the last Legislature, .for the purpose ot deep
ening tiie Flat in the Cane-yearbeloA
mmon; las, sofSf 'li
reause : of lnternaUmpronT1tiu,w,ii
ess which hi afedy re3vUi:droni
bankmentwluch ha beep ereevi ;r
perFlats or liulldicad, hastily reatd
" '''1. -
completion ot :.tftt;rovvr Lf't,,
tbat isonly aVartith worK cK,ntempUJ
hla thus tar -attenaea Vr. V
confidently eipect tl:at when tho
have beeirnm&eoV f
public will be speUlyxcde
r- "V i vk- vib't-earn-m.0 aonui
i w nw '.
- : . - .i npnii-jitJv.vtnat m-... ,.
an incead demand In tiie . sainc w
fewnat a great Xco.
cftnstroctin these- works del.
9uch;spurces ashe may j Hjce prr' '
standing- and character of candidal,
responsibility w!ll j(e on h m i. fhl t!v
favor of the mode propoil br th ' ;!
tee,int only the practof the U
but of several of the gtatrs, and ho obin '
has been made to it. - , i J-ii
.111 IT.lf.Kl . '
j Mr; Alston presented the petition oi"
I esse C ooper. of Martin, contesting the
Action of Gitbrsel Stuart. otthe's:i;ri-