: r mT7T s:
V'.-.-. . - , ' ... - : : - . - . ; lAISTD .;.;" ,.. --:; .p 'r-vl lU:':-i-H ..-ft V.."' !
V - ,-. ' , Ours are the plant of fair, delightful Peare, : . ; - , ' ;i i
. , v ' - Unwa'rp'd bv prtiriage to lire like Brtothw." -j :' .i;.'..t'' ' . . ' " ' "" '! ' '-' L - ,
' t .'' ' - - . - ; - FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1825. ;,j ; .' ' ' ;f ;1S V63
' Is published every Friday, by
. JOSEPH GALES & SON,
Three Dollars per annum, or One DollaT
and a Half for half a year to be paid in
advance. - ' ' ..
$ot exceeding 16 lines, neatly inserted tliree
times for a Dollar, and 25 cents for every suc
ecciling' publication ; those of greater length
jn the same proportion CoxMcxicvnoxs
thankfully received....LiTTxns loHhq Editors
must be post-paid.
" ' V .
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1822.
Interval Improvements. The
Board is still in session, and all the
Members present. Major Owen having
hken his seat on Tuesday last. It i
expected t-ic Board will make its annual
Rr Dort to the Legislature in the course
fa few days
subject, but left the incorrect statement
to be put down by the good sense of
the Members , of the Assembly them
selves, whose views had been thus mis
represented, these Editors . bring for
ward this silence of ours as "proo
strong as holy writ," that 'the thing was
true. It is w ell known here, however,
that a considerable number of Mr.
Crawford's friends 'voted' fur the nr-
Itent Speaker, a Gentleman whose-ur
banity,' dignity-of deportment and ta
lents, peculiarly fit him for presiding m
a Legislative Assembly, though Mr.
Strange, his competitor, (a younger
man j of respectable talents, but less fa
miliar witli the rules of Legislative pro-
ceedings) was a friend of Mr. Craw
ford, and Mr. Moore was believed to
y favorably disposed to one of the other
Candidates for the Presidential Chair.
This maj appear strange to the Editors
of the Republican, who seem to think
; there is no virtue in any man who will
j t. - - - I ill I M I M r s T Wm I a t wm wf-wn T a n r kx 1 1 r l ll m I II .1 I I J - I - f
sJ life shan be safe pledges, that his adminlstra- ' "rM, i forardland authenticate Llhem witliia the
t tion will be animated and governed by the men jp,uuy,uvu gallons oi nqum lire. tjme prcscr;
At a public dinner at Philadelphia! national tax is but about S2. " But, I : i Tr.lAi '
last week, the following toast was giv- says a writer, " Fifty millions of do!- nTJHAT Letters of Admlhistryn'on litVbeen
en, in which we most cordially unite : MJ 1;?!SC
' ,-i-rr, , . I Lltll vu Willi tUC IllUIdl 1III1UCI1U.CU1 Hilt; III I v1 JCSSC I JttlUCII, Cl. U, Jl UIC yMMl vr
------ -v - - perance. lnis immense sum nas pour- wwhcj nu ui wiuu.rui..c
, talents and pubhc u.Q urtx A nnA n have an claims against said estate to come
THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
man whose experience.
patriotism of Av ashnlgton : theTrmciples oil A Quantity SUtllCient to SUDD1V a con-
Jefferson i and the decision of Madison. sbiiit stream nf . P.ftOD o-allons an hour :
a nuatititv vvhir.h. if r.oller.ted. and nut
t '- j' . i i . il. I J:7 v----7 - 7 r
Illinois. i ne expeuiuon uesimea mt0 a reservoir, would lorm a small
to explore, select and! mark out the ocean, on whose .jiosom.might.be an-
mtn fnr th Psiml whwdi-'will unifA chorea a line ot wrar shins halt a mile !
fh wofft f fV, r.T,u. t,Jin length; or 'if gathered mto a canal,
Yf. .... . . j wouiu mi one iour leet aeep, leei
b(rs: The Edwardsville Spectator say?
that, from the zeal, talents,' and enter
prize of the gentlemen employed in it,
prescribed by the att of Assembly,' of
they wilt be forever barred. V - t : j
TWO'S, pkiuuejn, Aara r.(
Nov. 25. 34t nr.5t ?0 ; !
wide, and 30 miles Ions:.
Toy Sal irt uclioti.
lLUABLE collection of Books ori va
Wc have to-day published an inter; J
(ring Uttle Pamphlet, on the subjects noj join lhem fa their s p0rt of Mr.
. rf Bankbir, Internal Improvements and Ca,h u for Presi Jenc v.
i i i r j 'i' ' . . i 1 .
en our social and moral Condition, price
The Eighteenth Congress of the Uni
ted Srates met in the City of Washing
ton on yesterday. From the number
of Members, whose arrival we have al
renlv seen announced, we feel but lit
tie doubt that a quorum of each House
will be formed on the first day. If Mr.
Clay be present, and willing to accept
the appointment, it is more thanproba
ub!e h 3 will be chosen Speaker, without
.position. If not, it is thought that
several Gentlemen will be brought for
ward as Candidates forthe appointment,
"W'e shall give as minute details of Con
gressional proceedings as our limits 'will
The Legislature oft S. Carolina met
at Columbia on the 24 th ult The Vir
ginia Legislature met at Richmond on
We are sorry to see the avidity with
trhich the enemies of Air. Adams, cir
talnte through the medium of newspa
pers and other channels, the betrayed
corresnondence of that fiimilv. Pub-
lished at this time, they are intention
ally disseminated to injure Mr. John
Quinct Adams in the public mind.
We are 'not his political advocates, al
though" we honour his talents and .res- of
TOR THK REGISTEll.
I am astonished, that Some people will
the most favorable results mav be fairlv I sometimes make a handle of an innocent I 4 V.
antirimted I M thmsr, which , either throuShgnorance
t . r i i . ii. j j. . - i- I ence oi iiaw, wit! dc sourov mc ouasscnucrp.
or mauce c ey eimeavor u perverim at theip Auctlon Koom, without reserve.
a crime, inus it is in tne case ot v. ti, s.,ii to rnmmpnpo .it nriv Miu.irtt
rl. UaM tora and tne tamou3 Augusta on the Evening of ! : ; ?
Address of 1798. We old people Wednesday, the ICth instant,
1 rt l ,1 1. ; II U ..... I 1 i - .
Know oiiu-ietaeuiuei veiy wai, nw "i an i tri kuitihn fmm A-in 'nntil th
that vear there was a mania fyr address- urini Ln tU ni,i! Vnr nil nm nt v-
ing President Adams, of which every J seeding Five Dollars, Cash ,FcrJll larger
We hope our readers will be as much
pleased with the Message of the Re
publican Odvernpr of the truly Repub
liean State-of North-Carolina, as we
are. It embraces few topics, it is true ;
and perhaps is none the worse tor that,
'' ' '' ' ' ' t
7 l . . . l ... y .tt .1. I "Tf 1a i - 1 1
seeing that what he says of each isprac- 7 and Corporation trom . JNortn to ?uras , mnes " requ.reo,
. P . . . J . r C5..;.u r. Trj. . x I necrotiable at the State liar.ir.
thp State. ouuui, nam Just lu ncsi, wasmiaicu, . . , . , . !.. , - . .
t,,e oxaie, j . Printed Catalogues of the. Hooks will be
for us, however, matters are here con
ducted very differently. We allow
each other to form our own opinions on
Politics, or other important subjects,
and to act accordingly, without either durable. Nor do we rind hint calling
breaking our friendships, or impairing upon the Legislature to resist the course
h .M.f,j.lrw.;sl ;ntorrftl,r .v of the laws, or .inventing expedients to
. ,. Jf . r ,t hervert the nacural order ot events, or
ties, and are willing, while we claim the societv. i He invites the Legislature to
Heal. "sdar.fed in (he means of
and to the sphere ot action. He reels vw actmru aumc, cm- distributed by thesubscribers previous totho
ott no tangled . skeins ot nne spun theo- V Bai"c. .111 aM ,1 u.. saI
Hes. to -disnlnv his inpfar.hvsir.nl ;nftJ point ofthe said Augusta-Address, llie
nuiiy : his Speech resembles the homes- Republicans as well as the Federalists, Raleigh, 1st Dec. 1823 .
pun in which his constituents nte tor J".luo
ROSS & j?COTT, Auct'rs.
5 3t :
ut being suspected; of an approba- f4 I ' . f,,".. ftriS
1 1 . 1 . ,1 t 1 1 1 11 1 r 1111 1 iiiiitm m 1 1 1 1 1
ho most mrf oin,i J,;,, ymn; nd uon ot au the .measures 01 me men au- r T P :
Thus it 'was in our County of Stokes, IJAMll.IDiAl fc iliiXlK.
where a meeting was then held at Ger- A 'SOYEitETGN rerreilv Tor Cokls, obstt-'
mantnii. at whirh the lfe CoL Jnsenh U- natf Cduffhs, Asthmas; Sore Throats,
Par- counteract tfieir necessarv influence on -Winston presided, when an Address to ZXZZ'Za " -7 ""rZ
. I T a J : J " "f , ,1 . Pit. 4 Vt .t U V MIIW IUIIl"! . .
lent Adams, similar to that of the
right of thinking for ourselves, to allow avail the State of slich measures as are
i 1 jj a 11 1 1 v To Parents who have Chifdren afflicted with
c Augusta Address, was adopted, which , tifwriMVP rnnru
i was signed by Col. Joseph Winston as ' - , W.1?" H ?HPfl .: V; .
If 1 i f- (l r
ii - ' ji. . i!L ! 4 .1 I !poa I n nrf f r!if lnm p tn lmnrnvp rhP tn
ouiers 10 enjoy me like privilege, uu '3' ."V"":. ..M:."' 1 Vli:. C Chairman. : Now. no one ever thought
Tliis U disco vtv of the fist manitudei
r.. uZnA . cihties of communication, transpqrta- w"". as it aMa immediRte relkf, checks the nro-
CSpuuSe a lavontc wuu.uc iut ufon and exportation 5 asserts the;imp94 pfsCnaring upi. vrmston witn i'euerai- in 9hort tini entirety remove
am i . a a.i.vr .-rv.a nil s..-v ... . . . ... i'in ftp ini i i l i ii i r i r cjtk i i . w
uiiiCL, ivucii He iiuvc saivi itii c tau in licv and inhumanity Oi lmpnsonmelt 131,4 Ul. luvuoiBicuvjj.auwDw mvwc a.o toe most cruel msoruer 10 wincn cmi(i:ea
his favor, we do not turn round and de- for debtthat reproach :of the statute- it thought a thing of such a base cha- are hablj. The Elixer U U perfectly gre
. - . . . - - ' . i....t: c .1 it of ' n rat-tor. ae some won i .h ronsnrs now able, and the dose so small, that no Uimcui-
ors. but leave the de- uook or me v. crates, as wen as 01 se---rr: I , " , 7 : :T, tv aTiM n airinir it. i
VV 1U IU 1IIU1VC UlC XlUilUSUl AUUlCSSt I - 1 ! I
cision to the proper authority ; and
the issue be contrary to our
wishes, we say not another word. By
adopting a course of this kind, we think
we pass on rather more smoothly than
if we were, on every difference of opi
verai oi tne Elates, ,wiiicn is, varonna
ha3 been tlie first to make the experi
ment of totally abolishing. JTnt. Int.
that the Representatives of this District To PUBLIC SPEAKERS; the E-
had no hesitation to elect the same Col. j LIXER is recommended for the remo-
Joseph Winston, several times after yal of hoarseness, &c.
A Mr. John Creed, who is a candi
lino, lor some nim?e m rneir v
nion with our neighbors, to get out of ht seems, been represented, by 44 some
temper, and call to our am tne language persons unmentjiy to his election," to
of Billingsgate. We wish the Editors e " acaa, or aymg." ; Air. treeu, in - suc
' i .1 ; . : -L. x l ii i i r li iiiu
that, i the Representative in Congress
nfa Cr. ei.K'.-jn-oa . nf- '.o n,ml0 f 101 LIUS UlSiriCC.
IU1 CUili O Jl litis j'l.VUlv Vfl I j -
I.UUill.t U I IUIIICHU 111 tilC SUtlU Uil -.-r.
it i has. i rw-
itizen of Stokes J
ot the Ilepllblican woum senousiy aSK .. a ' ftTi inhabitant of Orange county, and for several
. , , ,, n ' , , . . out- m print, and assures the gentlemen k ,tntflr m.,-''
l,tot-ftC! ttdiothor rhv wfinlil nnt he i . 1 i ! ,ito , , yeai'S a member ot our state LesrisJature. ;
rr, .J : " electors mat - r oi mese state-r m Augusta, Geo. W the isth ult: Mr. Ro
mute iivij w ""--'-'' j.,.. . nicxiis s u uc. uc auus, inuiiauuii-1 ocrt jLasseter,!a native ot tins btate
"' k 1. ..r win nil I I ir 44 1 - i i naif h av 1 ao rl n rki rl 7innp "I Jl
OI jir. ValllUUli, UY'iay ii'li asiuc an i j , a "-nnti ui u vlJ x(-
" ' - I -VT 1 1 1 -1 ' 1 I ' 1
anTV narty feeHngs, md following our caiumny couut ne more conclusively
From Huther Martin, Esq. late Attor-ney-Ocneral
of the 1 State of Mary-
- land. : , . . ;-. :,'";. )":, '; v;"-'-.-
J comj Iv with yoiir request in stating my '
opinion of Hamilton's Elixer. It has "sheen
used "in .my family for two or 'three years
Suddenly, on the Ifdi inst. in the 51st year past, with uniform success, whenever colds.
age, Isaac Holt, esq. a highly respected cpuans, cr;simii.ir compiainis, nave renciereu
meuicine vieccssarv. i nave myseii lounci ji ,
Pennsylvania. Tlie7 whol e number
Khode Island. At --a late session
of the Legislatureof this State, charters
pect his virtues. It is known thatM
Cruvfojrd is the man of our choice ;
but shall that destroy oar rational con
viction of the different degrees of mer
it ?n those gentlemen who stand in 6p-
Ioiuon to him ? No ; and therefore,
on general principles, w;e reprobate in
the strongest terms this breach of con
fidence, which ought never to have
been violated. We detest that curios
ity which pries into a man's private concerns-
especially ., that malignant spirit
which "rakes up matters and opinions,
which have quietly slept, and when
perhaps, time, circumstances, and con-
action may have changed and modi
fied the sentiments of men thus drag-
g l before the tribunal of the public..
W hatever his name or party, we will
never lend our aid to tarnish the lustre
"f a t)od man's fame to favor our own
political feelings. ' ; "
Vire are again compelled, contrary to
uiir uUhps' t.i norire that vehicle of
representation and abuse, Ui Wash -ixgtox
Republican. Whether we
peak, or 'are silent, it seems,-Hhitfour
Motives will, by the Editors of that pa
Pr, be impeached. It will'-be recol
lected by all who read the Stak, of this
ity, that a correspondent of j that pa
ir, immediately after Alfred Moore,
&tj. was ; appointed Speaker of, our
House of Commons, brought his ap
pointment forward , as evidence, of the
Weakness of Air. Crawford's friends in
votes taken in Pennsylvania at the were . granted to three new Banks, in
. rt . j addition to the thirty-two (we believe)
5 election for Governor, is upwards iousy existing, viz : to Cyrus But-
of 154,000: of which Mr. bcHuzE re- er and others, for North American
ceived near 90,000, and Mr. Gregg I Bank j in Providence -capital 200,000
upwards of 64,000. dollars, with liberty to increase toouu,-
The prOTCSS of the population Of t.iat ntJnPr. ;T1 rifnL for Ttristnl TTnion TVmuV
State plainly appears, by the following -capital 50,000 dollars ;andtheMbunt MnpHE annual Communication of the Grand
a(rirregaies oi uiu voies wtven iux vu
vernor at diflcrent criods
At anclection in 1 808,
' Iii 1820,
. In 123,
orsc-Racing. The legislature of
Vermont has just passed a law to pre
vent horse-racing, declaring it to be a
Vernon Bank, in Foster, canital 50.000 r1- .Lotlffc ;-J?W h5w at
fhilhirc i An 9rt wa -ilen naP:d Ir.rp- ute-iiiasoiuc; ikui,! m iac. nj- 01 - .ivaicjjpi, i
Hollars. All act was also passed, pre- Mondav;th e l 5th day of . December next, at
venting any Bank issuing bills payable r o'clock in the evening.
otherwiiitnan in gold and silver ; and uy order of the M. W. JAMES S. SMITH,
also to prevent me circulation oi . any i urana Piaster, . . J
such bills, alreadv issued, after-thirty ALEX. J; LAWRENCE, D. G. Sec'y.
days, under penalty ot iourrold the a-
mounto&the bills issued or passed.
Raleigh, Novv 21.
Applauding Juries, &c, In the ci
ty of New-York, a Air. Traverse was
nuisance and subjecting all the parties recently bound to appear before the
tn indir'tiTiont and to a fine hot exceed- Gourt, and answer, &c. under the tol-
in- S5000 ; it'subiects the owner of a 'allegation : During the, trial
, . - . . r . . . i ot 1 nomas v ard, charged with man
horse kept or used for racing m Me slhter fo kilIintr Mr.TlobinsonjhMr.
state, to the forfeiture of a sum equal Traverse gave vent to his passion by
to-their bet ; it subjects all persons en- clapping his hands, and other demon-
o-ao-ed in raising a purse bv subscrip- ptrations of joy, upon the acquittal of
tion, or contribution, and all who may V ara D-v ine. Juv '
r alter a , severe reprimand to Mr. Tra-
contribute, to a fine of 26.
verse upon the impropriety cf his con
duct, and the iatal tendency such con-
. " 1 rt l :. ttt 11. , -
" 1 " - I I . I
' - I
Ichthyology. General Calvin Jones, pf this ouct TOUia nave upon pUD lie JUSQCC,
ty, nas iorwamea wAew-iirK a niece '-? " " -" w F7
1 1 il 1 f ' ' i r 11
uu tne vemict oi aiurv. tnev wouia
. ... r
...'it i - V . i , I nia
oi sjuu, wiiuusuon; a;iu nupcncuaoie scales, i r , ". , - v j l 1
fw,m In n ty.i ... have a right to condemn, and their de
t.. ';L n:, iA v.,, ,Jcision, iwhich ought to be free from;all
uiv hi.jiv.iu iim,i. x ilia uon W- itviliCll I . lj- iii 1 It f
. . A, ,ii, . restraint, might be induced by fear or
u ?;TJ-" favor, and the important' privilege of
thetownof Jackson in the Chickasaw country. b jury be - r Xhe ourt
Its length was six feet, girth three feet, and Dut Mr.' l under, a recognizance of
weight lop pounds. Three or 4 other bony- g i0b0 to keep the peace and be of good
scauea pies nave ueen seen near tne sam j behaviour lor one year.'7
puce, ana nrea at repeatedly but without eu
feet. All of them have a practice of rising-' fij jlillhms of Dollars, (says a
that bod v. assertin" tbatj the election ! eve'.r few minutes to the surface, a..dof spout- writer,) it fs calculated will be spent
turned on that point ; and because we inffeirJyto.thev.p.toftenft this year in the United &tates4or; ar-j-i
. . . r . " ' j. '.i- nd the.blowine: could be beard from 10a to dent saints : that vvill be about S5 each
Hid not th,nk proper to cnter into the 2p0yicis s . uwroal1 I uwUviial bn the average .Tvhilef our
State tv Xoy tt-C TolVna.
' Randolph County. .
Coiirt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
j November Term, 1823.
John Burrow-and others, piio to sell
v ; - C Real Estate.
Eleazer hentress. ) v
XT appeariig' to th6 satisfaction of the
: Court, tJi$t the Defendant in this' case is
not an inhabitHnt of this Stute ; it is ordered
mm t . n 1 1 ,.' .
an excellent .ana agreeable, remedy tor a
verv. paiuful and troublesome. Affection of
the breast, acromprCnied with soreness, ; and .
wim ODSmctea ami nimcuit Dreatmnr. ; . .
On thse acccints I do not hesitate to re
commend Hamilton's Elixer as avaluablef
medicine and deserving public attention. -?
' L i.;, L. MARTIN. !
Hamilton's Grand Restorative j f
Is reccjmmended as'an invaluable medicine." "
for the speedy relief and jpermanent cure of
Nervous Disorders, Violent cramps in. the
Lowness of 'SpTrits-, , " ... . stomach and back.
luss oi Appeuxe, jnaigesTion,
Hysterical AffVctionj,, Gout iuthe Stomacbj
f I nr.l L ' o r . 1 .1 - i
invrara yy fatness, c rains m me limbs, 1
' Debiliiy. r Relaxations, Ac: &c. ',
The Restorative Powder for tlie Teeth
- J -:,;' ! .' ' and Gums.' K ;
j; Hahn's Genuine Ejre Water. ,
A sovereign remedy -for all diseases of the
Tooth Ache Drops,;. r
; The only remedy yet discovered whicTi
ffives immediate relief in the most severe in .
stances" ' ? . ...:..'-;: J r. v v:" ";';-,'..;:
Infallible Ague and Fever Drops, ?
For the cure of ague? remi tent, and intej
: mitteut Fevers. , ;
. Lee's Ointment F or the itch,
... " . M ' A Certain Cure.' ' 1 ;-.vV -' - :; '
Hamilton's Genuine Essence "and ExV
Y tract of Mustard! ;t :
safe; and effectual remedy for
i i .- -
that publicatib-n be made for si weeks in the chronic rneumatism, gout; rheumatic gout,'
Raleigh Regjiter, giving notice to the suid TW Jumbago, numbness;-" wh te-swellingg
TAfin-.nt ta .anfipw at the ett; fmirt if chilb!ain, spi-ains. bruised rutin -Tit tl.' A. '
... r I - - iw
Pleas and Qifeler Sessions to be held tori neck, &c; 8cc
said county oovthe first Monday of February j .
next, ana pl,ed to issue, or demur, otner-j
wise judgmeft will be entereiiaa'nst hiin. " J
A copy, j I JESSE HARPER, c. c. c.
Pr. advl2.1 :..:.:;.. : I r 5-6t w
StatV tit -JC or ttv-C tvx oliutii
' Y riaidoIph County. ; l' : -'
Court of Pteas and Quarter Sessions, f
- in quioci t run, ioj
James Wilson, sen.
M , Lee's Persian Lotirml'V v': J '" '
r Of unparalleled efficacy in preventing and
remdvmg blemishes In. the face and tkm. Vf
every kind. nartii1at.r rHM. j Vi t
urfs. tptter;, rinSuCT
rendennjf the; skin delicatHy soft and clear5
and improving the complexion. I -; ' rT r C ' ' '
Hamilton s Worm Destroying Lozeiw
. . V. I '
James Will on, jun. St-d as garnishee.
pearing - to the court that
I his meriinn. will ':.ku. - . -: . J
Oritrnid attachment, nr Su "ri", Sir,n? Pam-
Hen i. Marmon summon
v whatev is foul ofTensiveand thereby I
: I prevent the .nrvTiiVirtr. r ... L- . . J
preventhe production of worms and
fatal disorders. VThey are particularlv
. Defendant in this case is i6t an Un- cious in earning h(V U . u. . :
habitant of th& State ; it is ordered , that eruplioh4 ; ttverish and bilious comnlaint
publication b made for six weeks in the a- and are the safesXauid mildest purfrative Vw.
leiffh Reg.steh giviu notice to tlie said De- can be used onahv occain " b . ;
fendant to appear at the next Court of Pleas
ana - wuaner sessions ue ueia xor saia
i any occasion.'
for sale by
County on mf; rirstMoutbvbruary & SOX., :T
, oroemux, otner.f 2 T.! ' ; r,; 1 A !
ami replevy, plead to issue
wise juugraem. nnai wiu o emereti against
him. A copy, a JESSK HARPER, c.c.c. :
Pr. adv.4 . ' , - "5-6tw
1 1 '.K
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