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ted it iJ satUactoryo learn, that
whole can be completed for that sum. ! I
' vrfl indulge the hope that :the system whSch
JiaS been thus commenced, will l continued
. , progress commensurate with he means
I,f the State. The opening of ttoanokelnlcjt
- an oh feet of the highest importance, when
li.nnsidcr its relation to the t trade of-the
iranoke Ricr and Sts tributaries. : Nothing-I
uo'lid COTluiuuic ukuc w jaasc uie siaruunsr,
jnd incrcf.se the wealth and prosperity of the
grjte ..and if it be practicable and Within our
means, North-Carolina otifrbt never to relin
quish it The Roanoke Navigation Compa
ny We length, extended the Canal at the
Great fan's to WeldorvV jtrchard. From the
Orchard to the River bejow, there is a por
ta I respectfully recommend to your con
ridcrationurhctherit would-not be expedi
ent for North-Carolina to carry the canal to
' the river' either by subscribing' for the unap
propriated shsresln that Company, or by such
other means as your wisdom may dictate. It
Js worthy of the enquiry pf the Legislature to
ascertain whether there are not otlier obstruc
tions at or near the moutb3 of our rivers, the
removal of-wliich wou!d ca.use a similar effect
on pur trade with; -that contemplated by the
oornlr.? of the Cape-Tear, below Wilmington.
' 0ir PuM'C Roads should claim vour serious
coiviklcration. .A vast rnniorrjy of the farming
community are com pel! eel, from their 1-ration,
to tro to irWkct by roads. - They are not in-
: t v f t 1 ? e
tcrestC' mijjcviaxtrjy iu w- prann ui uur 1 i
TerSf cxrt ut (as in the case of the Cape-Vcar
Mo V" "IminjrtciO it is to liave a general ef
fect on tiie trade of the Stae. . Our roads arc
bail, except where natuxe has made them
. rood ; and in some p'aWs of the country, it is
very difficult for the farmerto carry his pro
duce to market. From the 'attention which
has been paid to the. navigation of out rivers,
tl)e people living' Jemote from them have a
right to expect a correspondent spirit In re
gard to roads, and the uniform devotion "of
tlieir representatives to their interests and
wishes, is a pledge that they will not be d:s-appointed-
: The present system of repairing
toads, which has existed for a long tunc, is
teix defective, both as to its unequal opera-
ton on the people, and the temporary, un
substantial repairs that are jrenemny made,
which c!dom lost longer than the fall 'or a
ieaw run. Should tlie Iegfsiare, deem it
expedient to open newroads, a dilTerentmo'V j
mirf li o.?nrtfl itT Vpnlnf tlirm n Trrrn'r - I
nnrl It utdd'be well to maVe an cxner-m- .
. .. a fhft'nwinrxt mr.f!lAil KonnKf'n.Klr
is.lu .,rtt :, l
ShouM you tliinlc it advisable (o daBo, it js
v-. rt l"Vc-.t. mris " I
k i;ks;.i kv !.g;.fT rto.!
Ji-ure to cb aiculturaJ societU s as were.
m;.it v. f,mP(1 In ,ff...nt nn of the I
- St.itej'hps.'t h honed, uroduc-d the dawn-of
themsi Ives of the nroffVrcd cnec.urairemcnt.
unci is the best argument that can bc-otierea
for the cunf nuance of Legislat:ve patronage.
Such is the rooted strenerth of old customs
and modes of firming, particnlar'v amnnrst
us, that we must expect imnrovementto be
irraduM: and should Iueis!ative wisdom
j'een) it .xotdicnt to teen the sublet ulive
fi r some verr. we shall, I think, witness -a
radnai marrh in imjSrovemeht. Were each
sureessire i.ensiature to thrr-w in its miic
ori!v; in th way th -.t it may- deem mot ex-
crear roo;!. ,1 lie Amcncan b aimer, an in-
a'uahle aricuTMral paper, published , in
T!a';rmore;bv Mr. J. S. Skinner, has spread
a creat dea of useful information among our
planners.- -rfsul Im done mucb good, if the I
Lesisiitire would, present each agricultural
i-irietv in the tate with a Tew copies of this
wrrtj it vnuldb'e of great ser;ce to them in j
Minr mertmes, and at other t.met wben tin y i
in'trht wish to
examine them. 'I trust " will
not hetleeneu chimerical to recommeni me
nurrhnsc of a s-nallfarm near our University,!
tn be nnt under the-care ef a sri"ntbc and
prac'Ical .fvrmer, who should, besides a small,
saLn-, g:ven asan'additional inducement r
one qealified 'o ofTer. be allowed the poiluce (
of the farm wh"ch should be cultivated intne
hiehet order. f)n this farm experiments shd j
be m-j'!e tinker tbedirection the Professor of I
Chemistry, in manuring, as .t ind. quality, j
an.l mrnnr of nnlving, and :- the various!
in thos of ctiU'-ratmer-different rtic!es of
coTifnon 5To'th,"and such as mkrht Redeem
ed mp'Tint to introduce from' ahror.V? . Tlie J
person haingchare fifthr. farm shouhl un-j
:.-rst.iMfi e. mechanism anrt use oi vtc most i
immnriJ nrtr1m.nc nf iinkim n'. and also I
. ' vdl informed .in the different depattmews
'f doineslie economy. It is unnecessary to 1
fi. nmra m!Wnto . o mv dfe'mi !i nnlv In I
anew era in the improvement of ouragncu?. .miu-.u ..
ture. It is encouraging to learn,- that'in ma. as are prqper to be laul before you. ;
nvcrunti.s societiA have been instituted; With the highest respect and cons deration,
but it w astror.jrproor of the diOicultvof cor- Juive the honor to be, gentlemen, your oou
rer'i.icrlonfrcsfabnshed habits and methods of ent servant - ' .
culture; that manv counties have not s. railed - G-BRIhL H(-Lr.b
ketch an outl'ne of the plan whicfi some, re- j tions of Miscellaneous Literature in the coun
ectron has suirjrested to mv mind.- Let the j try, including a great number of valuable En-
udrnts othe Umversitv, of the two lugher I
classes, acromhanied bv the: Professor of l
'lien isirv. visit t is little, fatm at such times I
.--! n nir oe lixea upon nv xne -acimv oi -uc i
t ' . .1 ...li.. .fiL. I
Vfiirt-iVtv. aivl there see ami learn the useful
rc ss, &. Keaufv of husbandry. What a stock of I
ns-ful knowledge would this enable ouryoi'ng 1
tv! The utility Jcprarticabilitv of thisVW dc I
lives m'"ch "pncrt from he" assurance which I
v-e mnv feel, that-tne able and. inuet:iijraf;e I ' (TJj The IMJtors ot the Columbia Tele-r . : , . . T
Acuity -of our Cniversity woul I cheerfully ( scope, Augusta Chronicle, and I.ynchb'urjr' imKviduals are perpetually changing.
eo-operate m t be attainment, ot Uie imporiant 1 Virg-inian, will each insert ' the above tour j Th&r truth is- known and
. ThVhrt. niTniivAMmn James Hogan, jt, at WdadeTphia, but it IS Ollly a comparative!
- . - - . --'. . . 1 M it x- 1 .. . 1 ' 1
rselfhr the -passage 'of the law abolishing I -hh the price of advertising annexed.
imr;rsAnment for debt. - . Should that humnne f r-i- 7 :
w be permitted to remain in f.irce, fP
:ers, experience will clemonstraie tnai- 111
v iil not operate- anv inconvenience tcf jlh- i
ef.mrr.nntv. but will curt i!.t? etentiou rSi
rfed:t, and't he numerous lawsu fs consequent
in unonree 'instirution-ria nor .-blotted t
ii Lmiiauuii i
dc7p5r free and er.nghte.rcd government. ,
w ceruiuly proper iLt we should from ,!
hrne to- time examine, our laws and adapt
jlem to the moral conditio of the peopTei A
i-w that suited mejt one hundred years ago
it,. ..1:". . r....r-- '.iiBit.;T ; -rr ;-i ; -v-Mrieoon Aicrmcioi. , ve nave ueen icu to xnese
vi.!. .hi ;;Sty oAhoV fnn , 1. " brreadinj 1W pneedinis bf the
?ilUn. '" fecn,nr ' SI Albridon Brown. C boro'. adjoining the lot legates assembled at Washington C
illiu llC IJ'.'I IC Will ur. iu" "vinni-i, , I'...-. . . -i Tl,
.u.rtHvnjwjrna f""TO ' ''?- I mn tht the Drfeiuknt in this case. is. union Of the Potoraa? and the W
oar ewtc.foreveTt-namiat ine.timyr-i t.i: 1 Innri ten rpfmfinf with" swivariffio-oia h?
te who should ratUjc claim our com- "f ieu,e iien- - T"; 77 U:
Passion and charily, stvdl no.Ionger De torn flY e W . e li T 7.1 ' ,t V"8 lwMi.U4C appivuauuu vi cycxj
rVf,fn rv i -r .hfvnnfinpii V.th to c held for the county of, Hertford, at the . , '.--4.r "'t
K'Lfet n:r fofeiS
nalcode annears to me la require amend- 1W ",..u..., f. ulmj wnuiever iu . a;. waiuency.io,-lacurewe
SfbnT SpPteS the intercourse bcnveen theS. to
atWWonvpasVto strike from the awarded. , , promote mdustl(hcompetltlon m-
reapccUnjr perjury the punishment, of - " PLIV dependent' of otherjcbnsiderationsJ'mttSt
"I'jjpmsr. vrlul mc- auraice a
would not sit xticm nov"; niwl jriUftetupsfti
off a' centurv from this l:me, our posterity
will no doubt be astonished to find our code
mnrred with this barbarous punishment ;
when they shall have adopted one, equally
calculated to answer ihe end of Jhe law,
whilst the'door of reformation is not closed
J-on its unhappy victim.' But what can induce
a man degraded and deprave!, to amemi i:i
life "with a m-irJc of infamy on hit bead, that
must follow him wherever he goes, & exclude
htm forever from society ? -The punishment
of crimes is intended to deter persons from
the commission of them ; but every wise law
will certainly aim at r reformation: of the
nerson punished, crat least will not prevent
it. Jt is submitted to your wisdom, whether
the punishment for counterfeiting would not
be a sufficient' penalty to the perjury law,
excluding the whipping, and retaining tin?
disqualification to give evidence."" I. would
fun her recominend to your serious delibera
tion, whether it wou!(l not be expedient; to
abolish entirely the punisbtfeht of -whipping ;
and whether t he punishment of their, under
any cin uiiibtaiicts, should be equal to that
Since my up p ointment to the Executive, 1
have witnscd with much, concern, the fre
quency of imprisonment for common offences
of assault and battery. I am certainly an ene
my to a loose and "hu fBcient pebec ; hut 1
cannot'coriCciverthat-the power vested in our
courts of imprisoning in every cake of asjsa'.Th
and battery, is at all necessary for the security
of tlie peace and good order of society. Shall
we throw a fellow-citizen, possessing all the
honest and honorable feelings of our nature,
into a dungeon with persons charged with, or
convicted of, Ignominious crimes . I respect
fully suggest to your honorable body, whether
if would not be expedient to 'abolish impri
sonment for this offence, except where thvVe
clearly appears to be an intention to kilt, "or
the person offending is unable to pay si fine,
or the assault is made on a woman. ' J
I have received from the pufcJiaers of tue.
Cherokee lantu, complaints of avery serious
nature against the Ttidian, who pretend to be
entitled to aSrefccrvation of six hundred and
forty acres of land each, reserved to them by
the'treaty of 1817 and '19. For the protec
tion of those honest citizens, who purchased
on tlie credit ofj the State, and the insurance
op better sales of the land unld titan the last
s made bv our Arent declare, I would rc-
commend tins subject to-your mature deLlrc-
TatiOn. I IiaVC III mV DOSSCSSIOU, letters
uapers that will throw much litbt on the &(ib-
jeet, wbadi shall be Ju;d before you i.i gooo
Accompanying tli communication, ere the
res gnabons. of the justices of the per.ee, and
nekl olficcw of toe Uiihtia, as have been re-
ccivcxl during tlnrreee-vs'; togethe with my
rSUIE annual Commah'cation cf the 'Grand
JL. Lodge of North-Carolina, vill be held at
the Masf.?:ic Hall, in the Citv of Jlaleiarb. on
Jiondav, the 15th day cf Utccmbcr next,
j o cl .ck.m the evenui''-. .
11V cider of tilt:
Grxu ! blaster,
AT.EX. . f AVriJEXCE,!). C.
the death' of DA
VID HOftAN, late
Jooksclier of Phi
ladelnhia, a lan'-e
baa been pli'cd aVV- disposal of the Admi" I
nistra rs ot n s estate, to oe sow at reciuceu
nnr.s For Cash. Alerchanfs can be wcl! sud- I-
plied with all tbd School and Ciassical llooks
and Stationary- articles generally used. 1 ne I
Stnrt rnmnrkfs nno of the best colhe- i
trvsh hooks, whicli will be. sold at cost value,
und in manv cases below it. To Clcrgvm
it will anord a good opportunity ct tunnsairg
tnemseives wnn stanuaru wonts on .nieoiogv,
ki .i 1 i : i : ml. l I
both English' ' and I.Atin. -'Ordere forw arded,
or apnlication-made at the Store, NoC 255,
Market - street, to -
- - JAMES IlOGAA, Jr.
will be punctually attcneded to.
' Philadelphia, Nov, 10, 1823.
Sute. Ot OY,l-llOTOVmn.
HERTFORD COUNTY.- t.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
August Term, 1323.
'-- - . ; .
1 . ... .; 1
.n WnV" ?TefTa
- - - - - r i- r
. & Thft Wnmnll Kfl
;n-arre f aU
ces commences on WEDNESDAY, the 26th
Marrtaton, Nov. 1. B j v.
o . .1
HAVING it iii!neir.shortljrtorBov1Vom ,,; . ;'k - ; ' VW'iMjfcd Donald M'lod-c'iaiiW hnllofiii '" - i.
of Raleigh, viz A welV improved I. of, h?
corner of Faretteville and Tlavie streets, hav-
irf on it An exceilent dwelling-house, and alH
necessary appendages tor a.eomiorjaie resi
dence, and occupied at present by Mr. Bird
saH A commodious Store-house on Tavette
ville street, now occupied " by Mr; TTcndon,
and considered one of the heM stands f; r bu
siness in the Ciy A dwellin-hptise . with a
j'anlen and out houses, .on .Salisbury street,
new iu the occupation of ?rl latyrencc'i and
c.ii p.irt of . the Store Let , and t vq pieces of
unimproved ground, prt of the Presbyterian
Church lot. Tor terms apply to 'Henry Pot
ter. - ; ' '' r- '! "' ., , '
Nowbcrn;Kov. 1823. . 2-w3Vx .
. IlUTHERFOrtD COUNTY. ':
Court of Equitv Fall Term; 183. j
.Or.jrinal bill of Injunction
"n"T:inpeafmgtothe satisfaction of the Court
8 thnt Augustus Sacket is not an inhabitant
of this State j it is tb-j-e-lbre ordered that pub
lic tion be made for t hree1 months successive
ly in the Haleigh Kegirfer, that unless the
va' AurrusMis Socket appears at the nexi
Court of T.nuitv. t be held for the couhtv of
I.'utherfoTi!, at the Court-house in fUithef
fon'.ton, on the th'frd Monday after the fourth
Monday in March nr-xt, and plead, answer or
demur," the bill will be taken-pro coafesso
and heard cx-parte. v.
Test, T. F. I11RCIIETT, C. & M.
Fr.Krjy.g5 2S 2-:5w.
I , RUTJIEUFOItT) COUNTY, r
t' fjCourt of .Eqiuiy Fall Term, 1823.
Walter F; Uutherford
' - -.v. : '
Original bill of In
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the four
5. that .Augustus Sacket is not an inhabitant
of this Stare; Bt is therefore ordered that
'publication be niade for Uiree months succes
sively in the aieih liegisler, that unleksthe
said A ugustus Sacket anpears at the next
Court of liquity to be held for the county. f
Kut herlord, at .the Court -house in Rutherford
tf.n, on the 'iii-d Mondav after the fourth
Monday in March next, and plead, answer or
demur, the bill will be taken pro coafesso,
ana Jieam cx-parte.
Test, T. F. BlUCHETT, G. Sc M.
Pr. adv. 5-C5 2-25 w
ITWDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1823.
I Cftercitrte Lands. Col. John Patton,
Ihe Commissioner appointed to attend
to the late ?ales of Cherokee landsf was
ere,a few days ago to make his return
to the Comptroller ; and we -are. con
cerned to find tiat ho has been able to
sell but forty-seven small tract3 of land
amounting to S4850. This has been
owfn, principally to the uneasiness
winch has been occasioned in that
country by the Indians claiming their
reservations' of land, which have inter
fered with some of the purchases alrea-
Wn 11 ia.
otir present JLegjslature to: satisfy the
Indians in respect to the reservations
which they claim, as, irtil that is done,
no further sales of importance can be
There is no surer criterion'
prosperity of a nation, and its exemp:
tion from fbrekrri diflicuities and dts-
seniions than a progressive system of
Internal Improvements.; Man alone
iu, :f ,,f,,T.Uw or1 t,wnvoo
J 7 r
generations yet - unborn, the means ot
individual comfort and the power cf
promoting national, advantages., In
every great concern of life, men con
fine not their views to the present my
ment. but even in temnoral concerns.
' - . A . f '
they extend their designs with a noble
rerard to tjostenty. TtaVlAM is immor-
' . -m " ft
tai to the end of timei' hile men are
iiyina: everv-moment ine Bnecres
felt by all,
v fw en
lightened individuals, if bo look beyond
their own and immediate, descendants,"
and in the true spirit of philanthropy
extend their active speculations jfbr the
benfif of succe eding ages.
, - . :
waters. r A design ot SUCh magmtUde;
' ! 1 : j - 7 ' - -
1 tu UkU- PHJTr.
eriess as ave arc to intese sieaf
' j r? i j'1"' t i."1''5-'" '-v
expect tdderiie from thejcu ;Most cof-
: . lfin HDi'r harnma ovf 1 1 -f l-irii -tits
. . . . iv. u. it .1. ...A. t.iii.j i.ii iiii.iA ..... iijvii ikir
..1 . I 1J '1 11 1 jl.
Jill lllllt 'VailUlkT U T IIUInMf I
in Hivers-drairiing SvainpS cr cu
tivatics:' arm Lands.
The President of the Urntetl Hfatqs
rehu rietl to "Vashington. city, for Jiis
winfir residence, oh th 5tii hist. :.
ftr. Sccretarj Crawford has ' arrited
at Was! i n jt on , anfi , h avi ng nearly rc -
ed his healt wiU refine the dis
f!:C'f the duties of his Officer -
vif' ' i6':'''' ; V:'' '
seen bv ; the returnsL ct J t!p
election from the state of:ew-ljG: Ji,
that about two-th.ids of the Gcnenil
Assembly of that Stat mdi be decided
ly Denidcratic andjin IfoVor of a ; Con
gressional Caucus?; This is welH fVe
must clint to that system wliich has gi
ten us a JeiTerson, a Madison, and a
Monroe. c Let the voice of the party be
concehtraied.-lieard and obeyed. ,
. : ' - -
'pckjvz Sucw'e. We leran that
KHzkbcth Ballard, wife of Capt.
T!alard. and daughter of Robert
Fliddlck, Esq. of (3ates County, m this
puti a period to her existence, on
Monday the 27th; ult, Mrs: B. snvs
recovering from a- distressing. illness ;
and ;:he rash act is attributed to a par
tial " 'derangement ' 'of intellect,' under
which she had been labonhs for a iew
MTeks. Mrs. B. was only about ' 4
ycar'of ae, and is represented -as: hav-'
Jngbecti-trtily amiable in her disposition
and pleasing in her manners $ she: had
been married three years, and has left
an injant only eight months old, tMeel
the vvaiit of a mother's care : She eject
ed her purpose by placing tlie inuizle
of a gun to her tliroat and applyinfher
toe to th& tHfrireV, the load passed entire-
ly'thtougW her neck1, which occasiuned
her instantaneous death 1
1 KxxEsnt.-In this State, a propo
sition forv liking the sense of the Peopl e J
on the expediency of calling a Cc: veil-
Tion to am
end the Constitution, has
centlV failed in the Ledslature. We
are not informed of the irrounds on which
a 'ConvenfaKjl was proposed to be called.
rig of the Officers of the U
adi-on, cruising iindcr theor-
d ers of C qm. Porter, in the West In
convened on board tlie ship
Hornet, on the 8th of October, for the
testifying tlieir respect for
the niemory of tlieir gallant comrades,
who have been killed or fallen victims
to the cljmate vhile iupon " this service.
The following resolution was adopted
and aj committee, apppinted to -carry it
into effect : .....
;'i-' i i- : : . v;.;';' ! .-'; ' -i
Resolved, Tliat a Monument be erected in
the City of IWashintoJi,. commemorative of
the fae4 of bur gallant coinrades, on which
tlieir names shall be. inscribed. i-.t V
mi rie has been
tablished for makin
the ore has been
examined and pronounced equal to kny
ot Jsuropeah qualitv. ; 1 he factory
oe able to supply this article
rious qualities, hard or soft
OENE RAL ASSEMBLY
On mbtidn of IIr,
lowing standing Committees
pointed : " i f
"' Of , Propositions
ana ,v iiiiams. yg. u- :i- '. i' -.'i,... -
1" r-i1' J" J
wav.?John H 11. Bowers. Pcarsall. ftarln Hut-
iiAAiou. ewa . a, uiraii, " - 1
Mr !r!aTtrmi liaidj. K Itavin' ,1
e nis atrention
from tlie G(Ui
. - -i i ' , .
Pencils. Alead 1 V: f""-- V ; '
tactorv' has been V' : Cadiz. Thein- l-as fe
SENATE. . J ' ' j af.1 Parry 'from jrwecutiriJh disrJ ' ' " - V !
.yNov---': v 'Wries eyea so far as on his tormet- thvl fh" X ? l
. Welbornthe fol-. f 'YJ-W-tM r'-r'T-'t
Jackson, -Riddick, Vanhobkl and "t, -Legislature will haver v
to uie. communication I x;:,v;-r",?V ananonnerlv !.;' - I r t
nor. Kebelieved the m0st VIZ .??. SST??';-:
improvements : A?ncuN to Mra. Marararett. vnD:rv,r ' ' i.
fure Grirainal' W; and oie Adminis- lr cf hmond, Vlrglrlia. "S 3C' Vr ' -
rration of it, and th Public Lands ac- r:
quired bf theaty with the fcherokeehi " tpntUe'
mnerent sujdj eci
, .0 TirTTOT? CYO . ffWits - . J?y: '1 V V'-VnE?. Q1S, xesidenCfi. nif . a r '.."
grossing Clerks, ch . was concued eSSS': ? .
in 5 bntnojone: of the candidates had a upon' lum.Tt.'And a'inaV Afi-nT'-''- ' "'l 1 1
majority of Totes; : W; fiifnas ndrelatiTtolirD,',at In h5s4S''i'i 'i
the Jbllowtng nainesV hid' fcenwith- SfeS V.aym rt general fntfc 2 H -V ' fi
a - - . t t
: lie retion of Keit ! MontKT
ry, Lieutenant Colonel of the jMi(iti;i of
IIertford,as read and accepted. ..,;
r, Aftton presented T the jib lowing
resblutions i , 4 '
Huso LVEu That i 'se ect Ccfcmitfe be an-;
Armstrong vf:;;' ::'Z "--: ', . r
pointed to enquire Ihtd the srfatc pf the sevtrf f C f i
ialmconxiiated Banks of this4 .Strife ij whether M" -i
xrl:l . . JLJ -i J .'.'. -
-n nwics it em uus ume JX-nw,cmeu-agTccn-.
bly o thc'if chatters, with spccic and if net,
Ko ascertain when the la'd l?anks wdl be rea
dy to resume Specie pay mentsV And In tlM
ouci that .-ti ,eirri"et.irai - imd ttaiemeiits
WWM u VA.v.HiiiG
tl inttxv, That tiielMibh Treasurer lay;..;
before the Treasurer ft; statement of tlie a- '
mount bf the Capital Stock cf tie sfvcral
liimtq otv tms State, and ot , the dt-bt& due: to
19 btate, and ot , tne tvht& uue t-o
ftthe mcftjes depos'tetl tbeejn
in tilxiuktioni; and of the c;ihvQn
tlie sajii of,
of the notes
hand.- " 1 ''; r r k
Thse resolutions redd aiid 6v
irec to lie on the tablcif ' fr;
The following standing Cokanitteis '
iJ'roJwsiiiont'tintP GHtances Messrs. e V
Edmonson, Polk, MeWnBICa'ileV, J.'iii't
A. Williamson, done?, L. Obem-, Ct'pejand, l
iJafwel, Croom, Blackledg- lloiiard, SJO i
phens'Ashdand Alfbrdi' VriX
f CVwwMessrs.'Iefnia'n, ' Cordcn,.J5ari
tin, Hain, itainey, Whitaker TUriti-r, tiurevi -
Elbott, BeU, Heline, Sm:ti, Miller Ward,4.-. , .
AVliitc and Martin. J :,.;. r : ; .'U;' ... '
i Eiheatiun Messrs.
Fisher, Flrnt. Tjfowrt;
Clancyi T, Mann, lit
Ma,mi, -VVilklns, Barrow', Vaoh, Edwards
Frederic Oliver Sfciwel! and Cclel .y.-
i ticwiwrVMessrs.' liowvy," )Jolland,: IK
denhanimer Brbwcr, Jeter, ffndervooilA3t3
te.ii,;i.ewls, Mhcon; W. I). JJarnarrL.ii'Dam'el. .
avis; Campbell, l!cN.,and
Interna? Improvement Mrsrs ConrV
Horiou, lJroad:iax,-Mrrtiti, Mebai-e. W'ebb
Ii. P. . Williair.son, Pake'V5 ::vvnport VauiW
llellen,. Jos. lliil, Sidbuiy, Strange; and I H.
I'nd rwood ;.
Dirgaoi WortJi; 1tarn :il.TweW. Bvnum
Imix, Webster, VValke vl'uc.; liitehu
.1.1 If; WIVe, Melviii, 81!. rWmd (idi-don. ;
jx. joi; ;ui, aiaiu vj a: (l i unreil.
Ax IxBtnnrAi. ssliail an?ear next hrrp
,f - - . v, T.
TWO DAYS LATiilL
. . ... ... .
f-'':!-'-i ''. r."-J oi jVo-r. rj4.
ti he s.np JV'liierva has arrived Weto1-
from Liverpool, wj( h. papers , of
placed to the;.20tl,:aiil London fto
itli ult 'i.-We UavevonKtime to.
one or two i(cms cf intelligence obuin :
Pil troiii -fri tiiwi ;vcinMrn.l .a 1.'.. t-Ji... -
...... ...v., urvcr ililu wi u p mi v
quence of his' having in adef some impon- , "
tant disclosures, vvnich' Went to itiipii? "5
cate.about SUO persons. ; :
;r A treaty is spoken of hn the' panerSf 1 f
(but on :what authority i v ' have pbt v"
learnt) ? whichv ta-ovideA tliatl CiCUUHi ,V :
event oi, laiiure 071 the part cl tlHanks 4J r;
spply th-rbper cbrSective, t-itln. tb said;:f .
ri ? ,- rr. Z !LJLl??g?",'
, - u '
Advertiser ofecc, cwhiclu we haye
glanced over.H ; '-h'-
frenchmen are-.toqecupyv Spain for four '. C
.irarinaiaiid Cueti havo' onerietl "V
KlJ!f W obedience!,to thi& i
rving s oruer, ana the tiovemor of
mladRodriga only Ranted the Ki
order to do the'sanlVthin.-fBarcel
rpmnin enma fiiiiAi'..i!j.'.:Ail' . '..
avuiy UIHO 111 OCVlUC' "4 ItiTVCT'
.1 i j (' i ne. uuKe uoii Pmibnl iikiri
untifiwpoadecrfie? . - -
? ' r Wcervof h U V, A ;
' will qjryswfiHiw, approach!, i ( vV v :
.. lino. tlP.ir fnii-i irw..T.l u ..i.l.i " . : -. 1 1 f I
ot the va-zr -l-v; .t-?-.rv sixicuy en- f h ; I f
, . light r TO"V "fc -- ;" ;-.1'.-, - '
- ESS? P.W:m?!.'.-KT.-v;-,-r: I
'. f: .?n
were :?ar) I te-'.V''itU?t01, .j'.i ':v''"''::'V;'.:?.I ;
' ' ' ' ' MARRIPn
. WCOrena on thp t, !
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