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TJKBOIWUGH JV. C. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2 issQ.
vt,r publishing in the town of Taiiorough,
(N.U.J NvetKty newspaper,.caileu tue
Tun Subscriber respectfully in-
forms me pauons oi uu; x
Pusss, and the citizens of Edge
i j i .
combo county ami vicinity, mat
wing to unexpected di meulties
u tbii 1 it impracticable to re-
m-c to 1 arboi oudi so .soon as he
irisinally contemplated, and con-
luentlv was compelled to sus
pend its publication for a short
li'.ae. mvmg, nowevcr, procur
ed additional materials, stocl:, &c.
ie purposes issuing the hrt num-
er oi the third volume at l aiuo-
o:vlu on I uesdau, znc zza inst.
being the second day of die Quar-
ioiIv Sessions ot the Go
jf Halifax, and tbe week prcced
!:::r that of the County of Edge-
;omhe. As doubtless a number at
the subscription papers which were
lonneriv issued, have been either
destroyed or mislaid, lie h;is tho't
it advisable to issue new proposals.
questing a repetition ot the
inenulv onices ol tiijsc persons
vho kindlv exerted their influence
in the first instance, and have not
retained the subscription lists
The paper will be sent to it for
mer patrons, excepting those who
have signified a wish to the con
trary. Gno. Howmh).
by these measures from three
hundred miles of coast. The
traffic of the natives is conse
quently turned into a new chan
nel, ami fowls, vegetables, cattle,
and rice, in hitherto unknown a
bundance, are now brought to the
"It is a circumstance," says Mr.
Ashmun, "you will learn 4 with
pleasure, that all the late emi
grants from North-Carolina, of ail
ages and habits, have got safely
through the slight fever which us'
sailed them without a single ex
A Fanatic-- A fanatic lately
preaching in a street in Philadel
phia, catching a glimpse of the
Delaware," exclaimed, "there is
the river Jordan," and immediate
ly ran full tilt and jumped into it.
His congregation kept up the race
at his heels, till he leapt from the
wharf, but there they halted.
They afforded him assistance, and
he was willing on second thoughts
to live a little longer.
v Monument to Mr. Jefferson.
The undertakers nrid 'lnrihfora-fit
The Rev. Mr. Holtoil isithe University nf Virmnin Imm
advanced in convalescence,) come to a resolution which does
and a commodious School house,!
ot two ground apartments, is
building by the people, for addi
tional schools in the Colour.
them honor. Having learned that
the Executor of Mr. Jefferson
"was making preparations for the
erection over the mortal remains
-fvC '1'',H V" 0 a'1'1 Cottrc f! of this illustrious patriot of the
: - , uuMUDiiiu Murvice. nave re
ccntly been upon the coast, and
ceased away' almost every Guinea
simple and appropriate monument
recommended by himself," and
'under the impression that this cir-
man, known to be between Sierra cumst. ntt'ornd tn .thnm thn
. - vw W vl 1. L K ft. .& .1 A VilU
Leone and Cape Palnias. To enviable opportunity of giving in
the former officer, the American j diligence to those feelings r of ad
Colony is indebted for the liberal miration and affection with which
donation ol ott stands of arms, c'!
casks of gunpowder, and several
valuable articles of provisions."
the character of this wise and
good man inspired all whose
good tort une it was to come with
in the wide sphere which his be-
Own S'nfri! Wo t J Mv.nm! neyolenee and useiiilncss nervnd-
si! the iew Harmony Cazette,' C(l djey iiad a mecting-at which j brutality towards her, the iurv
says tne National Jnteiliguncer,;! Lm mun t-tiiiieai wisiij were ot opinion that his intention
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an iranon delivered ov iiot)ert' lu UUUkVu iu iukc uuuii uieiii- was to kill her. -and hrnmrht in
degree lost: at the least, its circu
latio'ii is necessarily limited.
Cotton. A. small Jot of Mexi
can cotton arrived at New-Orleans
from Rio Grande; the sta
ple .was of the finest kind, but it
was not well handled. The cot
ton growers of northern Mexico
are mostly Carolinian and Geor
gian emigrants, and ''will become
serious rivals in the culture of
that great staple, :
From the Geneva N.Y. Gazette, July 26.
Murder. A coroner's inquest
was last week held. in this village
over the body of a white woman,
whose death was caused by re
peated whippings inflicted by her
husband James Johnson, a mulat
to! They have been about this
place three or four years, and tho,v
degraded by intemperance, have
found employment among an in
telligent community who pride
themselves upon their morality,
sufficient to drag out a miserable
existence On the 6th inst. he
wTas seen beating her with a large"
stick, about two miles from the
village, and from expressions he
then made and his subsequent
Owen, in the Public Hall at New 'selves the erection ofthe proposed
Harmony, at the celebration of monument snd they made the
the 4th of July, UV2Q. The Ora-i necessary arrangements for car
tion is conspicuously presented asj 7ino tl,is desire into effect,
containinsr "a declaration of Men- "
tal Independence," for which the Jefferson Fund. The Jefferson
oration, says the declaration of committee at Richmond having re
I'oliticul independence happily' solved "to return his subscription,
led the v. This discourse t() any subscriber who may think
strikes at the root of all social in-!"0 a "glit to reclaim it, and
stitutio:is,as at. prescmt orgaiiizc(l,! wish t0 exercise that right," call
ami denounces, and proposes to.ed upon them to ascertain whe
rend asunder, some of the ties hi-lther any of them wished to with-
crsjdi p!c:vx y;7kA wt-$ i therto considered most sacred in draw their subscriptions: to the
'Subscribers in the first d-.n of the 1 w7A Christian communities. ; honor of the city, no man even
The followinir extract from thc;""1'""0 ? tIlG gt to
oration embraces in a brief mc&, witnoraw mat which had been g;-
l ac Frer Press will be issued wci-kJv, at
TWO DOLLJRS ncr year, (or 52 mm-
liers,) i p.ii-.l within one month aft'.-r oub
scvi')t.rs cui-.v.noncc nxcivinir their D iners
J TV' j U-ilkrs Fifty CV;v, if juitl within
m;)i;ih and Three Dollars at the expi
ring ( t the yeaf. buhicrjbers at lioertv tt
G;.iC'inf.nuc nt any time on paying arrears.
1 ...... : - i i- i- .. -it i
. kviv vi u.itnienis not exceeuustj 10 line's in
he inserted at J0cuts the first insertion, and
2J cents each continuance. Longer ones at
tluit rate for every 16 lines.
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Lj rtnoiis tioldunf iKthtcriptioii
mains County Court for Edgecombe,
- us sfio:i ther&tjter as practicable.
Ta!inrnrirl. 1 , 1 1 K'CC
tlic stun ojI"- tJocirijios it iucul-
?iom tha Natnal Intelligencer.
ij Office of the Colonization $o
K t'cty, WaMnglim, July 2, 182(j.
iiueuigcnce has been received at
this oilico from Liberia, un to the
2-fh of May, representing the
j J 1 1'- o
tOliy to ho. in nrv hnnlthv nrid
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prosperous circunjstances. The
tjovniment of Sierra Leone has
laid ubockadel n the line of
eoast reaching frj)5i that Colony
to Cape ?iI6uMt, Voich promises
to destroy, as it v:$ already sus
pended, the Slave Trade, hitherto
juried on from; ho Gallinas.
flic Coloni.al Apjenl at Montscr
yido has interiliitid the trade
trom CapG Mount to Trade Town
Umiley.bn tljbl ground of a
qualified jurisdiction, actually held
the Colony Mr this- whole
"uk;i or ennrf'iH t is tnero-
-"M j r i -
J ieved that thk?
u-ious tragic Mr,
yen fur such a hallowed purpose.
n m.Ti..', t..i ht
-I novr Declare, to vc. oncl to the , & uioy pn- ur.
-ori, Mat Mtn,uj) to this hour Jms pronounced at Rich-
. ' ' . - 1 . I 1 .aI.- "111 I'll
been, in all parts oj the earth, a slave
to a Tuixrrv of the most monstrous
evils that could be combined to inflict
mental end physical evil upon his
- "I refer to Private or Individual
PltOPEItTr AIJSUKi AND III RATIONAL
SvsT.nr.is of Religion and Marri
age, FOUNDED ON INDIVIDUAL TROPE R
their verdict accordingly.
It is said by one. who knew her
in better days, that her parents,
who then resided in some part of
Pennsylvania, were respectable
people; but, having . crossed the
inclinations of their daughter in
an affair of love, she became vi
cious, and finally formed this un
natural and -disgusting connexion
by way of retaliation. . The cir
cumstance is mentioned as con
veying a lesson no less important
to parents than to children.
TV COMBINED WITH SOME ONE OF THESE
IRRATIONAL SYSTEMS OF RELIGION."
The typographical style cf the above ex
tract is that of the original.
The destruction of tins "Hydra
of Evils" is earnestly inculcated,
and it is denounced in every form
of accusation, as being "the real
and only cause of all the crime,
From the Poughkeepsie N. Y. Tele
graph, July 2.
Spontaneous Combustion. An
instance of spontaneous combus
tion occurred in this village last
week, in a large body of Virginia
inond on the 11th inst. is highly i coal, in the store house of the
and justly praised. It has one re-(Messrs. Conklins! Whon dir.
commciHiation wincn ley in this
quarter can claim: it is short, and
may be extensively circulated and
read, because it can be printed in
two or three columns of a news
paper. Most of the orations de
livered at the South are of this
description: we frequently see
them printed in the newspapers.
The fault of the orators p our
neighborhood is, that their pro
ductions are much too long; 'and
they arc from this circumstance
less read. If they are published
at all it is in a pamphlet form, and
then it costs us from 20 to 50 cents
which can be found in human so- to read them. Mr. Everett's late
oration at Cambridge forms a
book of 50 pages. It will un
questionably- repay a perusal,
ciety. -The Orator takes the
broad ground, that it should be
reputable and authorized by law,
to dissolve marriage, "when es
teem and afiection can not be re-
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n'or banished j taincd for each other.
richly: but, we apprehend, that,
being from the nature of its de
clamation, its effect-is; in a great
ered, the mass of the coal was sr
hot that it could not be held in a
person's hano!, and the floor un
der it vyas burnt through in one
place. The smoke was seen to
issue thro' the side of the build
ing, which led to the discovery of
the fire. Tn a little time more thtf
whole building yould have been
in flames. ' The coal wr.s remov
ed and the fire extinguished, but
not till our citizens wjre alarmed.
The coal had beer, deposited in
the building aboiiy three months.
This should be a caution against
putting coal, especially in large
quantities, in a wooden building.
Fourth of Juh.It has been
estimated that about 50 person?
were killed in the United States"
by the careless firing of cannouA
pn the last 4th of Julr.