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ot those on board the missing bouts. The
Sainl was unfavorable to their progress to
wardsthe shore, and the principal hope
i thia. some vessel has fallen in .vit* thqm.
aend through the mercy of Providence
tI be saved from a watery grave.
death, atnd be restored to
Alr d friends.
CjrMpedU q'f ta Ckarksten Casn"rr.
WAsHINT-roN, Dee. 5.
The attendance of the members is al
dy sufficiently full to warrant the ex
tation that a quorum of oth flouses of
jongress will be forned to-morrow, (the
Otb) which is the day or meeting.
It is impossible tojidge much, as yet. of
+the tamper in which members have come
togetber-hut a few days will develope. it.
The character of the message will do much
to decide the tone of the wbig party in re
f.rence to the present administration. We
hear that Mr. Clay, the great nod acknow
ledged leader of the whig patty in Con
gress, will be here. in the iiest health and
spirits, and ready to sustaia. with renewed
energfand seal. the origitnal principles
und measures of his friends, in ouposition
to any innovations upon them from the
present administratiou. It is stated also.
up n renewed rumors, that the distinguish
Senator from Virgloin. Mr. Rives. will
second Mr. Clay in opposition to the finan
cial system which President Tyler propo
ases to bring forward. It is also well kn *own
that many of the whim members. now it
the city, have expre-ed their derided
disapprobation orthe -Exchequer of the
11. S." which Mr. Tyler will propose.
They even say that it is worse thant thu
Sub-treasury. because while it does no
mote for the people, it throws more power
into the hands of the government.
As to the democratic party, they will
act together and independently, both of
the adihtistration and of the whig party.
They will not support Mr. Tvter's Ex
ebequer Scheme, nor any other of the
Sub-treasury. It will be their policy to
keep the question open and unsettled until
they can resume the reins of goveroastent.
No harmonious or useful action, on this
great and absorbing sulject. can, there.
lore, be expected at this session.
The cabinet appear to be acting harmo
niously on most suijects. The President
is tolerant of any opiuious opposed to his
ow::. but ho requircs. at the same timie. a
concurrence of action, on the part of the
cabinet, in support of such nes-ures as
tany be resolved upon. le ewillnot sutfer
his views to be thwarted by his constiu
tional advisers. It is understood, there
fore, that the inancial scheme of she Presi
dent will be presented as a measure upon
which the cabinet have agreed.
In relation to the TarilT. there is a pros
pet of more diliculty in the cabinet.
Ir.Forward advocates and insirts upon
discriminating duties in favor of domestic
manufactures and products. while Mr. Up
shur and Mr. Lenre adhere, ;with the
President. the system of untfoan duties es
tablished by the'Co#promise Act. It has
even been whispered, witbin.a day or two.
that there have becusome excited discus
sins in the cb'net meetbigs on this sub
je'e,mandt hartWi i9!ereoce of.. opiion to
to it-may l to a rupture.
aion heind orary. Thiiwill. bring up
the abolinion question-thbat ts, the question
of the reception and conseideration of abo
lition petitions. The Committee on Railes,
at the late sessiomn. proposed a sysitm of
Rules for the 27th, Congres., which a til
ttow he~ rakett up for consideration. The
- Commrittee recomenid -hat, upon the pre
tientationofpe'ttiEion, re-lar iaei t o slavery. oh
j etion 10 she reepitt~inall bce considered
uts ade, sutd the qe0,tmOi oft re-septi''' he
laid on the table. This is the~ prasctce ee
tihe Senate. and it hats bee-n foeund sieen~itt
ro prevent the agiatton of te subijet ini
thati body. It will not. lcowever, sas.y
those weho- advocated Mr. W. Cost Johns
aeon's rule. bs which all thuse petitions
'e'ere exeluded, nor will it meets the viewi's
oftttose .who contend for the u:,bumited rieant
There w-as a thr~nwe of vi-.iteers it the
raupitoI to dlay, atinucted thith'r by the
opening of the S.es-.ien.
The Senatie nas shin--<miy thirty one
nmembers biing ina a tendance~. M1r.Cly
sef Ky., wa., pre,ett. loin::ie~i unusually
we-~ll. The beody 'n, c all e to rsl-r by
the Pr~.ideni pro se-n. M. Seui e ie. nil.
alter exchanigaat the. sisu al ruesswe w-i ih
- the letuse und P'resdenit, adymerndl.
The Ilouse was nal to oreder by the
Speaker. -ande about 17ti em~ers mneswe-r
eel to their ames--af tt (end in te te r tble
tirst day. M1r. G;raner, ee N. Y.. laite
Peosr Master Graieral, wast quab lfw-d andc
took his se-ni, also Gen- Dee. [h-e-e'
After the transaction of the ussa;l fer
Md.. asked 1-c tee e-xe's .1 frenn furether -er
vice on the Commetittee osf pubrhlie landes. eef
which he naes. tat the inte~ ennei. the
Chairman, anid 5ave noitice of hlie jen.utiu
to move for a select Committee on n Nat
tional P'oundry. Mr. Johnson 'hen mnoved
tbas the roles and orders of else linse in .
force at the second sei-don' o1 the 2th
Congress be adopmten fen the gevernmren: eef)
the h ouse until tther rules shioul'd lie nadop
ted. Mr. J. explaied that his ..hyrt in i
taking the rules of the 2tihh Coingre ss to
avoid toe ohjectiuns wichr maniry mietmbers
had to the rules of tin. spieceial doesn.
Mr. Jihnt Qiney Adamits then roso
his venerable heno bseinsg covered witha a I
erown silk cap, which gave laim rather a i
quisical appearance -anad said that lhe had
no abjection to the :adoption,. temnpornrity.
of the rules of alhe 26tia Congrees. aviLh the
czeeption (as be emophatically said) of lime
21st raute. A general laugh throujh the
House followed this remark. Meoseur
Tucson was come again. This 21set rule
was the Johnsons rule excludlingt ell aboli
tion petitions. Mr. A. regaarked sbns -he
Houtse, at the late ,.utOn, repudioted that
21st ru1e, y thsree disinct votes.
Mr. Stanly Proposed to adlopt tho- rules
of the late sesson,' rot fifteen days, until
other rulesr in.ubmined fort them, and
the meantime, to cosinder ihe report oef sh -
Comamittee o Rtules, maile at she la'e se
siun. Mr. Adams objected very atronigly
-tQ this nDogQ~ tMr. S's.propostton was lost.
After some nebato, in wigh Mr, Pro
said he was willing to go into the debate on
the 21.t iute, and throw the responsibility
o.Abnse who sbrust anmlition petitions on
4 House, the queision was taken by seas
and ay, in M r. A.laso's propositon tW
amtend Mr. Johnson'p. noion which wai
to eriept the 21st rale. and it was decided
in-ibe negative-yeas 84. ntays 87. This
wsi' close vote. It was thought that
the motio certainly prevail, (in ac
count or e of many Southern
mulemsbers. was fArtutiate that it did not
-it would have deluged the liouse with
abolition petitssttn4.'rho question then
recurred tsn Mr. Cost Johnson's original
imotion and at this point, the House ad
journed. Vthink Mr. J's. motion will ire
vail and pit an end for the prcsent to the
agitas ion of this subject.
Tho message will be deliveredlat 12
o'clock Tuesday. Il is proposed todelay
the departure of tis Southern sail in or
or that it may tike the new-age.
The whigs geuerally in Congress have
brought with them no friendly or concilia
tory spirit towards Mr. Tyler.
The Exeheliner of the President is
broug it forwarI mainly for the reason
that he finds it necessary ti relieve him
self froap the responsibility or keieping the
public mfonp%. , asie vir taally does, through
oflicers removatble nP his jipleasure and ap
pointed by him. He professes a willing
ness to concur in aniy proper mode for pla
eing the custody of the public uoicy un
der the direction 0' Congress. and in any
constitutional mteaus of imirnving the cur
reucy. tis evider, however. that it thne
presens state of ieeting in Congress, noth
ing canl he lido.ne
As to the Taii, the message will re
cuntinied dicritntition % ithin the terms
of t:u comproini c--. e. no duty too exceed
21) ier. cent. ad calurrf The home: valu
at on. however. prisihiers some diliullties
which require ia tiodification of th'e 'comn
The revennes, this last ear, frosn all
sonr'es, ineludisig the loans, has fallen a
msillion of doilar short ofthe expend ir res.
The General Ptl' 01ice )epartnent is
reprerented as being in a bud way--re
quiring aid from the Treasury, or a great
The message. I in a;ppy to learn, in
culcate upon the States the necessity of
an honest fultmnt of their obligaitnns.
Correspondence of I'. Charleston Mercury.
W 11VA:INGO-o' De. 7.
In the Senate shi, tirning the Presi
deut's nessu;; wa., rceived and rend. A
motion was tuatte it) print an extra number
of coples. % hen M r. elison sild le could
nlot v..te for ii without expressiig Isis utter
repiugnance to the plan of the ti-eal agent
c3 r cotmended by tio President. He
regardeel it as flagraistly unconstitutional
and emiinently dangerous to the country.
It was a proposition to change the hard
money governmlent of the Cous.titutionl to
the paper money government of Great
Brituin. whieb has resuhed in overwhrlm
ing that country it a debt ofnie hundred
million pouinds sterling. No reply was
made, and the extra copies were ordered.
The.Senate thbu adjourned
iille lhsuse, -atter the reading of the
tessage. Mr. Sa3u of Ohio made i
potty exhibiitit of his ignorance. or his
asnoce towards ite President which was
promptl nod effectually rebuked. by Mr.
grwe.whieh aas pending as the adjourn
meat yesterday nus then-taken up.
At tie snuggestins of Mr.Fl'illmonre it was
amndused sol as tO makle the reprIt of the
Commtititee onf rule, sif the leis; ~sssionthe
ordier ol thes daiy for 'Tursda~y nest, ands
a .a, tent iarried-nye!' 97. nuems 1)3. N"o
M.1r. Asldtams ts compitlledl tin .iiff hit' bonnet
rouge titms IThur,.lti , w%'ten lth. counstry
ttm.a exprts': .sniuhesexhiblitiont of banati
cist'n tind fully. ii a s'. uut srresied bsy the
ap ;plicti uso lbs ihe prt~as rpwl~ an. AtI'
ier piassing tiu or.fer liar tht. -y'.tk.-r tso ap
pinst th tingiatnis teed, the I lose
'The Mlessaige fitnds little favor n ithltn
part, Th Vie 1)emoicra'y e,perialy regards
tmaniy iii its dor1'srine,' as extremessly t u Lts
sou,. 'Tthe ri' sa it. sdannsi t.' Congress
to pass a liia w lib'ih wouhli st effesct astrit
gale ts' juri..ishin ofi st State courts in
nitste'r' p'urcly miis iass, :ad :ornfer it
it'" l''sederil jssuhiesry. -.:tek., more
ii: ti Jel''~ff tt om ia sem'rat l):ttmul Web-ls
'..s-, t-.1.15'-e,5o Johna Tylei.r tate sturdyt
sipponestsr 'if I s- l'roi.: ntati..
*nr Yor k and the Sluare .%Ss.-Tlihe
bltindesrmei isolloy sof Gs. een% tird has noit
beesn coniftined ii this 8: .5ti.I liiihas not9
only', danae~ every ingau so dtearadei thes'cred-.
It. and dslle the moral~ts sf N~ew Yorsk.
lust ise ha.. pot voked's she just inslh::tnatsnt
sa thes whisse ..outhtl by it- coutrse' respect
ing~ fgitive slats'e. Thes Gosvernor sif
soniih Ci('arulinia, in hi,. anntual message.
.'oi.:i.i urts t e nt seve'rity, upon thes con-.
i'i' oft Se-sa:ir I in thle comt'ruiversy wtith
V."ss'o rta. 'he 2roundti~ al~stmed by~ News
'V'r*t i.. . ch'ed m.s i h nt sanly nnite.nabsl',
mais tit in: uilin ofi issnsr .in1 equjtity, and15
a tII .runst vtanion i'it im-- righis s'f a ai-ts'r
hi Gosv . Si' .t art d'sieans sfif e'inig evil tire
at lenthti pa:-nly sedil. 'Thse '- t r watvtn'uch
aothe:t Gosv' roir. Utterly aim isles.s ir ll
uteful pu~rpows,'b hie I.is a calpac'ity for mis
-iief' th~at i.really astonti~itsn, In she four
hir years of his ex'cutives career. he has
lsintt mitre litoimbarriaes t lhe State' in its ex-.
erasal retlatiosns, toi disi irb the sur::nil quiet
suf the people, and to now jentli'tnies tatisng
he dliffernt religious sects. thman couild.
have beven done15 by any other manti in a
ijitarteir o f a centurs.-N Y. Herald.
3lrlanuchogI! Xuicide.-Wec regret to
earn t.at Ge~n. itvidi 'uTaylor of Cliartno
a~ csonty, Ga-.. put anl~ end to his earthtly
sifenc' at few daiys ago. by opemnIgtt one
sal the impo~irtatl rirteries ini his t hight witht
a lanscet by which meani' hi' lbld to death
n a few minutes.-Chsattoouga Gunrette.
Murdr.-A negsro w'omtan namedl Dy
ab. abint 50. vea:r'siof age, be.longing to
Mrs. Newssmn ~lradi, was brutally mutr
dered, ont Minday last, nhout iour' -mile,
from Augusta. osi the Mlilledlgsvillin roadl
at the resitdetnce ofl ms. lieart. The nte
graie's head was split open by a axe, which
wats found chose by the hodly.
A negro~ boy, atnedl A nderson, also the
proprty of' Mrss. Heard, is strongly sus
picisned, anod Is now confined in jail
Ofthe Committee on the judica .y, on the
Petition f Wm... Ie 4 , Ordinary of
Sumtte; District, prayidgfarther Legis
latiun in relation to the duics of Or
The Comntltce on thg Judjciary, to
which was referred the Peition aLWilfaltu
Leuis. Ordiuary of snguIDistrie. pray
ng, fortiter Legislation j4- la an to till
duties al Ordtniary, beg F. -we to
That they have had th' subjecteunder
cousiderition, and have esamined partic
blnry tho Act referred tajiy'the Petition
er, passe' in the year eiireen hundred
and thirty-ni ie, concerni othe Oee and
the duties of Ordinotry, at have also con
uited the learned Solicii s on the con
struction of the sevend; "tironthereof,
and are of opinion abut i* Ordiuary has
full power too make distrilvius of the moe
ies arising from the salef an estate left
derelict, upon applicatioftnade. by any of
the Distributoes. before saimonies are le
posited in Bank: andi that- for "aid nmo
nici are deposited in Ban:q the cedit o
tle Ordinary. on accountb( such estate,
lie has power io decree di tjhutiont therr -
of, and to draw rw anyua por _nr oitesane.
in favor faf any of the Distributeers therrof.
Your" sCmot' 1 e. therpe, consider it
unnecessary t'ieg-islate luberon the sub
ject. GREG. Chaniran.
(f the Canmittcr on Fduttion, Ofn the
Resolution as to the Er~d 'ency of sub
scribingt'o Simr's q*- ry of iouih
The Commiittee;on EduAation. to whom
.van referred the R-oluffi recommend
ing the *'snlberipotion of.twro Thousanfd
Dollars (1)00)) to a newlEdition of the
istory ot .South Catolintftby William
(;imrore Simms. E A., a e distribution
afo the Krno' amon; tite' Schools of
tis Siate." haive had the ae under cot)
.ideratiou, and beg leave
The work of W. GiloaoitSimms. enti
tiled -A iistory of SoutIMfa3srolWn from
it tir-it Europtieat Discovery till the, pre
sent time," is a cott peudotibistory of our
State. emnbraci:ig a ga.t Yarty of mate
rials. cotnden;ed within 'e space of a
samail voclime. It places wghin the reach
if tour eitizens, in the muoiltruetive form.
v.,luinble ittfortmation. whiebut fw would
.e in the paiges 'if a cuts#edas flio.
our Commtutteet are of opwin, that Air.
imms has done essentialsrVice to the
State by his plublication, ai d.eei it it
sortant that no authOr of stbi merit, born
nud educated with ihe preeit of our own
State, should receive, at is .hands of the
Legislature, some tribute okrespect. and
some re-unneraison, hoevereVj naudequate.
for hi.s patriotic exertions B..."esides, this
%,k unites tle alvantag of cheaness
with couvenieuce of bize; M would, no
doubt. he fonad an exielle xt hook for
the use of the pupail's in on SchoolA.
It is not deeted neces'sary rge upon
hle attention of this 1lona high im
ortnce of works. y' IT '-preseot,
poor of r State
Trhe ignorance whicl so generally.pre
ailI, of those nets of our ch-va-rous au
e~try; whto hiave perpe'tuated iheir ownu
ftmea'n-:al 'securedl to i. tae leasihc.s ofetv
taad licligious" liberay. i's matter sof ,ar
nise to I hse only who s' knouw tnt she dla d
u ty sat'.;sam";;acce" to the voaluinoui.
I starte's ofC S ah Carolina. No wo ark ta
mIttr fstted. iin the opianiotn 5f vyor C.o n=
ninO ee, thsan Sinaaaa' "Iasary of SoulabI
artina" t. .matpplay our youth atnd out
poor u itha an ;acuratie narratioua of the hais
Isrical evema af outr State. In consideraa
imt of the paubalic chtaractecr of thme wuork.
na i e personal <taaama of a nati ve authaor.
, os lat 'soa ar's hii. ueteen directilI to thea
atisinilan of i a heap literataare, ald
he furtieraner' uf pospa~lar Eduatliona
- amur Comin. . . a hinkt that thae .Stat'
boul realdih~ atibujiite hier aidl. They
,ar.'!re reaettaamend' to adoptiotn of thae
ifesored. That ala'- ..na saf two Thaou
amn Doillar..(82.000) ~e :apparopriated to
aa palrcha.a. a 'ao tsand~ gi 'vaamtes sal
in- -*I histot v of Souath 4('as olinat," lhe W.
[ilmoare 6a tlmsi, E's' - ;atsan thast ro an
ae udi.rsluedi among Ite Free .Schaool .f
he State. ntndearthae adirectiona of his Ex
~ellnv, tthe Governor,
all n'aicha i., re--pectfsully submittedl.
T1IIOS. FLllLERI. Jr.. Chiair'mh.
Collger Cofmenefrfent.-Ont M'lonla y
-I. thi. maaa.st Commencv'l~'eent oaf Saut h
'.;rolita Col.le'. tosok ahace. A proes
itan as'. fiamedia at the State lisans-a' un
ar the M.tahI,. caont ssed of the (hayer
sr. I .aeut Govern: r. lathe 'tember"saofhouth
arsa an ' e-, t Le'gi-dure, sit.she Trusare-,
"nend;v, a d Studemnts saf thte C-alle.e to
a'Ier'n (tht t .e otljeer. civil atn-l tmilitary,
It State,* nil the citiz--n's genaernilyv.
Iaa~ic. so the Collegs, ( hapel.
'Te follo1wing i's thec order ian which the
dre. en" were deliveredl.
1.-irera. Wnm J.-' ns Nationtal Char
nrtsr ; ogeither with sthe Salutury Ad
I 1.-Rosoll, Win.-Ona the IndiflciecUy
of S9pecaalaative Knon' tedge.
.-Mcborrens'am a -The Chatetr
of Shylsack, a Tlyp'e of she Ihgrea
tiona of iluana canrneter. cousequent
u pan tno-'hasndt Po'lit ient Regaul.ati ass
eTctw oat Pubalie Msosnments.
10--Fell, Jno. R.-Subhjectioa to Par
ty Spitis, sdestructive of exuslted char
3.-Anderson, J. 1.-Oat the Syllogi'.m.
9.-pain, A. C.-The ttil.asence oft
Pst l-'.tali~htnente otn theo gener'tal
p-epeity of Nations. ,
G.-Thornuill C/ua. A.-"Thbe Orator."
ie-erees cotnferred, tandl Address ': ilhe
..oylaon. Robt. B.-Otn she Plea
surn nud Advantasges of intellect ual
We le.arn from those who wero placed
iiia favorable position for hearing,Ilhat the
Addres~es, in point of eotnpostauu. Wero
highly creditable to the young men.
4 The R, rrw.-The Governor's Review
nf yesterday, was indeed a magnificent af
fair-deidedly alae finest military display
we have ever wiiruedse in this country.
There were near fifry General and Sitff
Odlicers on the ground-heir gay unifornas,
fine horses. antd rich aircnttremrents. pre
sented a gor;coutsly heautiful and dashing
appearance. The wentiher was fine, an1d
the performttance, cxcellent-betaer than
we have iefrore wijnessed in militi: and
volunteer trooip--and no accidlent or dis
order of any kind occurred. At the close
or the mianevres, Gen. .lleDi.lie addres
sed the troops'in a remarkaih uile. ani
mated, and spirit-stirring speech. We
have not time to say more on the subject
Fran the Savannah ftepuMin.
From Fo erida.-By the arrivil last eve
nin.: of ite, U. S. Steamer Gen. Taylorl
Capt. Peck. we received the following let
ter rm a Florida Correepondent:
Correspondenet of the "rsannah 1e prudlien.
Two .1.3i P.. Dec. 5 $4 1.
Two indian who nere sen:t frot Fort
Funning on ithe ih of Novether. wcre
found deead tn the road leading towards
the Emseen hatcher River. by a detachment
of the :id lnfantry. which arrived at Fort
Fannin thie 27th. Front the aelpiearance
of the bodies. they rnnist have beetn mur
dered on the day after they dep.-arted fion
the Fort. The daiv helpre that on which
the bodies were fiund, Col. Garland sent
from the Elteen-hatchee. five ludiatots who
were taneted tit neet him at Fort Funniu
on ith. 3,1. Th' y did wit -et in and it
w1a mhiect Ieared lat rhevy hl-o had teen
kilb-od. 31.ark me-ntot boy Witraf but by
hostile indians. Thiey rearned tl.e -'rt
on tite 2d1 instant-tlsey ieet a party of
srveu warriors and eight wornen and Ahil
dren, who were tin their way to the Wih
lacoochee. where they were to meet other..
ani then to -o to ratipa. These people
told the party ofive mentioned above. that
itey were glad they had not met a party
of liernswonkies under the Chiefs Chitta
IlaIjo and i.lpalti-Tusrennune. for they
niould have killed the two sent fron Fan
Tiger Tail is at F-rt Fanning. efforts
were made to, excite him it) revenge the
murder of histwo oen; tbut without effect.
He; wool.i sta noothlit till bse could c.n
suit his people at Tampeia. The otly ,ure
way of eachetig she-e -uull narains.1Pg
parties is to excite those who have cuato :
in to revenge tie death of their friends.
ST. ALcuLs-r.. Dec. 4.
Col. Riley left Palatkn onl 24th itill.. in
strainer Charleton. with 10) nen. to)
Inud it 11e hsigiese extremity navit.able on
the Sr. Jtihn-. tin a scont. taking 15 days
rations. Success to the galan cubsasnel.
Lieut. G. W. Pa::stn, rehevedI the Dra
goons at Fort 3Melton a few days since.
We understand fltat two Istlians were
seen). a fw days ince. in ,iae vicinit v of
M4Ia Cos1tpra. South orf this place.-lbid.
Iwfudl A.cident.- W e te arn that a b~ot
wih three m.n wen'tt sover the Falls of Na
ag.ara, un the alilssday last! Tsey
hadtr sta:rted t'rnin Sebblse.rat J s'clic in-.
tendrlis-.: cr55., se~r io ii ld-sn'. ie verat,
ter ti le Ith e -thottre. c w-* I ratsn thae tie
wen-ra hest at Fichsi- tavern. na:r lby.hut
excio-si sas .ittsentotn, as ,r-nalar noei.ser aire
refy~r t-oi~al~nts ti Ire..'ss *st'a i' arisla houi
e::1rreye: ae,t ii ta n.sz': l uosla, when ~
a.N'.:i evatdence or f thy i;;at :nl her d,-vo-j
latund art sae el beelron r .s* Fa;ll..
it a, suppe ..a tstire hs.'at n .s ,truck
by~ a ,uiintl. .-ied s-ig Ise.al . t:erd n* ifh
siX bart rels of arh ikey. .ass---t r~e nre'ie::ed
snit, ont .a,srd btsr tt .A -p1 my te re-itic.
eturr alt din at the A eanercara r.aspael- . ad uis er
rite tsag' fatl psr'capac, b--lon ! ite iatrne."
of the a t x wsere Jetttm' 1) haennei andt J abh
orrk. .sttri thets sitr w~ a ..tranger, whlo
it.ss t:rel'y taka'--'a jsaage. laor Csaada. -
al'h sw fsiaster .xete .rsrnn Noa; Scotfa
aI ney htad kepat taviera seaiht mat beliow
the F".ahlr for 1u0 y':as., p;s, antd left a
wife and tharee clhudtren. 'j.sri ut onet asi
iws mtantglei bodlie--- as satid to lhave been
Dr ath of("N. Sriais'l Irrrn -We1* re
gret to lannaee't th ea" th itii t'.t' ve'trat
tand wo-erthy s the r. soluon A~ lettecr,
sa teds. P'et~dleto th, St' tiih U i ., recei vedl as
ti. coat , says --t lair goodse sail iriendsl Cosl.
Samauel Warren. i-, sao msore'. ile dwrds at
his residlente, lasr rtight,. suddaen-ly anid easy.
Noa one wxn tip.: hut has ne.gris,. iad they
at firs: anproarttd htiutanl a-,leep." Cssi.
Wa-rent wits an olieer of the revolutnotn,
tandsi asti leg its 6g~hati. trattly ior A tmer
i-an indepenece- ile freqluetatly served
in thec legishsoure of tis State, anda was nt
sene timte P'resisdemt of the~ Senate. ite
hors' a high chat~racter for benesvoicence, upi
lia u;:e cou5ldl tnot have lben far estort uf
A ids ide Cam pj of Ira-hingtlon.-T wo itf
tese aflitce rs, who comttapot.ed part oef : he
mtilitatry (anatly of W a..hintgtn,: re still live.
viz: Ceil. Johnt: TlrsambtlasaI of ( -onnaectiacut,
and the hitn. Jutdge Ii- Ikaylise'- .f Alas
snhusetts. Coli. T'rumbusll wx ta. a puinted
thte first year of thte war. ina .Jly. 1775,
atd JudlgelHaylie's in the lust. 1762. Coli.
Trumbltl is nosw 65 years old. ansi Judge
110)ylies 86, liut thosugh it is 6G years ,,itte
ther: harme.r. andI 59 sincee the latter serveds
oat the stal- of the F~at her ofl our Counotry.
ihr v are both itn good hbadily ands mtems al
lea'lth ; bethi sturrotnued by ch~ildlren: and
grandl childreti, whlo lhave grown up: - like
olive plants atrounad thei~ tin," atnd botht
like living~ ties. uanitit: thte p'ast ae and
the presett bitht helpinsg to plaint the tree
of liberty, both nlow sittinig tindeer its 'shadie,
and e'njtyintg its fruits. May thtey still
lnger participate ini the glorious results of
their early struggles, for our wish for both
:. "Seron in emilum. redeas."--A ugnsn
IDGEFIELD C. 11
TUt:sD4T, Dcr.xcrr1 14. 1841.
07 The Adeerliser will he publised inl n-u
lure. on Wednesday instead of Thurs.lay morn.
in:%. Advertisin-z patrons are reie-ted to
send in their favois on Tue.sday before three
TY The Presideent's M.es.:rge, and our Co.
laimbia Correspondent's Ixeter c.me to .hand14 too
late fo-r this w% eek'.s paper. 'The letter mtate thait
the .Mifitary Bill ha. pased. and fhe Legisa
ture will adjourn oni the 17th instant.
The following Genslemets have been aimit
ted to the Biar, by [ie Law Court ofAppealo.
now in se-si.on in Columbia: G. W. Epp. J.
C. G Key. J. 0. McCuint-. A. K. Patton. T.
E. Itusael. Theo. M. Percival. J. M. Ruitland.
A. C. Spain. It. S. Wright. Jas J. Wit-lut
Atad the following were admitted. I)- the I
quity Court of Appeals. to practice as, 61,lici
tor ,n iEquity: L. S. lowev.r, E. C. Leituer,
Montgomey Moes. Theo. X. 'ercival.
Domestic Seteing -Silk -We have lieen pre
sented with twese rekei, it if Sewin. Silk. man
nfactur.-d in thie.. liitract by .lr,.. Wn. II. Ad
ams. who deserve.. great credit for her landa
ble efforts in the manufacture of this article.
This is not thie ir..t ime fhat %%e have had oc
ca.jioi to call ii attentiotn of our readers to
the ente'rpri!e and industry or this lady. and
we shall take plea-ire. at any tte-. inl dewo
voting ta portion of fite c<,lliiumin of our paper
to thisg imnportant and praiseworthy branch of
female industry. In the ..pecimten befor' us,
tire are ten dtfferent shades or colour. anid
coansidering- tle di-advntage, l:abored tinder by
nlot having i asunitable w:aeel for piuing. thii
article. (it hasing been impn on a coution
%%..l,) we hesitate not in prnutionecusig a g oad
articl, e'4 Amerien n manniacuir.
\Ve are informtd, imait Mr4. A. lssi made a
nuler ol pluoliii', dunn:; the past sblnuner.
ani hais obtamned twelve dollar" pe r pousndl for
it. We hope and tuist. that the tinea iis not fiir
dstant; when this branch of tndo.-try miaJiy he
pro.iecutedl tp a greater exeiit. aid receil e th.t
attenition which it deervi 4.
It is well n orth the nustice alf our Sta:e Ag
ricultural Society. aid we woulh be pleased to
see in their next list of pre'lonmS. Somse Stlita
ble one for the best speciten o Sewmg Silk
manufa1tilctmlaed in le state.
halasama.-(;.v Buagb has been ecleed
Senator to tilt the icancy occasioed by th,
resigiati-m of the lIon C. c. C'ay. The voie
was, for Bagby tid6. for '.1.ore 59, S.caltt.eimg 4
Ae Climate oif the C ily.-i ha Cltrhale i
Courier. of the -"th an-l. sayr. As aa in.taaic.
fhie ilkidne.A 01 the cl;nlatte of the cutjs a. 1 rol
pared n thi th at of the country. where %egem
tion was de,troyed by the fhinek fro-t of the:.Gt,
October. we mention that nive galhered a mve*
of greena cora froit oir gurd,-t. n, te itlh ast
nd that we now havethe sun-flower n bhm.n
in the open air.
D..ryf a -wexpere or rawva--T'i" m
raid (Penn.) Inquirer announces the death of
the Hon. lleury Black, hy apoplexy. He %u..s
electead to supply the vacancy tnaicasoned by t...
ila o1 the. 1in. Charles Ogle, and bore a
very hitgh charneter.
For th:. .ldrruer.
Co i'. TIrustee of the I aake.-bury Femiah
Yo'eim iulies ofnI thea (Cioke-im-yV Femat
Sebl~..t, haiving dhishrted alt-it dui.ty,
be'.. leiiv-- riepe.tflly to repoeri
Theb(ir pre'"iiii em in th-at e i-i. ii h:e'- lee"
th.e 'orce of the htighie-,t rai'it ea .. ii.
iallrir-," lith the. greaite--t de:e'r& of ple.
uer' to haive il ill their eeaower, teo hiaar me
tm.teity to the. high chlaracuter ofi tie 'h.
auithet ex'~ahte clta it n.'r, n hliehi it is j..'
~itie'l 'oite ihe co'~eaiI e ' ai-l ,.eppoert .
at fr-ieds indl paitr..i,. Tlhe w.inninig ad
r and tlaaenea tli dntI:- iii, wheb e'n
iin:. not le-i t b ait the ilhjite n: ,ec'imentt oft
hain of the htirdl. tior ei tuthe', w isht
i a to -av~ tha' the l',utitiarity exhiit, I - ;th
te. ar'iu birini'he, f F t d1',y er I
r a the. accomphiei.he-Il intue-i.'e
:nii~etl'. a'f tie yoe~un*er poin ot f the
eF el, c'ould titt but -.urik' the h..nrdI a,. e r
pinitie. 'VT '' niitle.-. ,i reit rkabile n ide
velo-enetit oh' th.e budihnn nidtil,. necen a
iely tauietI ex pec tat iotn tlthe hiilest
pitch. with re'gardle to Ihe moare nilvani'ede
inlt~' lt D n at' 'iameti... Tlhat e'xg-retat ion
htowevr, 'eo fiar freom mfeting n.' ilh ;a dle
fnt, wta- miore thant t.,"iio-d. Inl the .h
pntment.. of' Heotany. Ph iilea~nphv. Mada-ie
m tia e" analeit toin':'es. (FIri'ech.) thea r''
eetilt itt:s, i ts th.. highIes:jdea ree, h1a t 'riaig.
andh not, sulrpned lby 30nvil thi a've:- '. it
nerwe.".. byv thie BHardi. Theyv woniti tnt 0
.er a'eik the highly initere'sling tiei P'er
rince,, wihich enihve'ned the whole
courle' oif the examfina31 tin. Thie dalea't
note'. of t' Piiatn aemalinie-al i' i th thle
uighly cmultivatedlli)! ioel'o fetmale voice and
hie inelling~ tidle of siog. as it railledl in
thrillig ell'ci from the strinags of the Geii
arrtiuched by a ma.'ster-handle. a nkenoed
sens 'ations noet soon te hie forgotten lty the
laiteul 'admirers of muttScail excellenc
nnd the well known accomnplishn'mn ofi
the headl af that dlepa'rtmenat, were exhibi
te ii a nmne'r lth e.os imp lre-ive anel
commaningliitt. In n- woard, nt the resull aaf
t heir v.isiention, it is lihe adeicil imtpres
..i l omf thet Beardl. that the C'oke'sbur.,/ Pe
m ia/r Scheeol is not surptma'ed by niny 'iini
l r ititionut in the connry, nal tht iI
ennot shanre ton la1rgely the confidence, air
lee tat' htighly' reentmmended to the palrcn
a ge o' the pubilic. R e-p:ectfully, &c.
J. D) WAcToI's,
r'unw."'r (ormpouir t.
ca, S. C.. D)ec. 4, 1a - 1 -
The Iunp.. tra.mt to adjourt,
the' Clerk call .he rol. aiu read the journal
of ve-lerday. Tie Speaker laid befoire the
ouse a cmnaticration from ta-w President of
th# li'.nk, transnit'ing a 11.:mph1rt1,4t cOntainintg
tie printed Arts. lbsoritim, anid Reports in
relbtion to the !ta. ot the Statn A ttmber
of' petilion, wNere presented. Re ports were
m2ad1e frora ti'e difierent CommIIit:ee,-hy 31r.
)l adatfridet, froant tIhe' coimititte ott lnterntal Imo.
provement, ott the petition of David floaau'er.
Bv 3r. P-.i r%. frott the rommraittee on Claims,
ont tie etation of F. G. .Jenkins; ott tie peti
tion fof Charles Gilover liar blanketis fnitrushed
the Edgefield jail. M1r. 11. F. Ilunt. from the
pe-cint committeo, appntiaed at die last see.
si1, to ilvestig.ate the iffairs ot the Bank rf the
State at Charleston. mnade a very able and
lenglty report. and was raade the special order
f(or Friday lie%,. at 12 o'clock t on uotion of
Mr Treadwrll, a thoatiand co-pies of the re.
port wete ordered to be printed.
M1r. Botnlhamu, froia thre coammnittee to make
arraCgetment.- for the College Connunencenbt,
mnde- repar t. whi.l: was agreed to..
Mr. Treadwell subtitted a resolution. pro.
tibiting stockholders in Private Banks front be
ing appo.tted oi coiutultees to examine the
ank of ine State and itA branches.
31r. Ruiper gave ortice that lie will on 3on.
day next ask leave to inatradrice a Ball to amend
an Act contacerniag tile office atd duties of Ma.
.lr. R. C. CriTim submnitteil a resolution pro
poling to adjaitnu n nto l17h inst. Ordered
firl LDtonider.itants on .Munday next.
Several Bill. were taken up aid referred to
the appropriate Committees.
Tite iRep.ort of the cotniittecon Education,
on a res.oliiuonu as to the expedieucy of appro.
prating $.)O for corpies o' Sonrs' ilstory of
outut Carohina, to, 6! aistributed among the
Free Schola, being under consideration. was
Atpp..rird by Me-tr'.. Trottii. Philips. Myers,
31iuldihtcon. Wack. Carroll. Ferry. Frost. and
lelieiger. rnd oppose.d by Meswrs. Dudlel E.
. Pahm-i~r. ilha. and Pery. On tire guetion
fi agreteing to ltte repiort tire yeas and nrays
were detmatnded. and derid d in the negative,
tl ti) 40.
in motion ol Mr. Donham. it was Resolved
that whiteni iii. lion-fe adjairn. it will adjoarn
to iieet on Mlonday, at ! o'clock. and on his
itilion. the flouse adjourned.
It ie seinate. a Hill wats taken up to repeal
th. Is. -d. and 3d sections of ain Act entitled
;an Act to alter and amoend the Militia laws of
this State. was read a -econd time. clause by
,-!ase. On the qt.":lont of ag reeing to the )st
clause of te hill. relating to Brigade Encamp.
nett, the vras and naye were taken. and de.
riled in the afrimative. Yeis 21. Fays 14.
TI r teaiiiina c aits.- al-e pa-ed. So alto
bil n%Ias orlered to tie ltise. $'pol which its
ate n ill dei-end.
The Ilonse int iirstuant to .ajourament.
lthe Clerk called the roll. arid rea. t.e journals
tIepirms were read fr.m --veral of the con.
ni11ttei. and , ititmher of Bills were takt Up
mand retrred' to MrrapprnPITa1oasmistsid
Mr. R. C. U ai... inovedto takepp the se
ration proposing to tix the day of adjournment
-. the 17th intl., which was agreed to, and or
.1 real to the Seatrte for its concurrence.
On mt rotion of' Ma. Bonhmam, the llouse ad.
oaned ti attend t' ('ollegc Commewanmt.
t two a. clock the Speakear restumed thre Chair.
ii procte'ded with thre geaneral orders of the
3Ir. 31emiitter from the cotutmittee of W~aya
nl .\r ans'. reponrtedr ai 1.I to i::10' supiphes lot
: v-enmu .r. I. .llw'n ra friutn ta report,
.idri ti the. rigiad ec'Ioot tif thei Legislattro,
bt t reIshtin oft th i iapetiihtures of tite taut
ve ir, a:r:enoted to' :he -um ot' $70.915. No
sutt it will lbe "..s a tifying toa the a'itilenu
>i te Sta t.. to k..o.v 16:: thea.ir pnibl'ac servants
:s e..nl';in au they ere c apale. discharged
- ipoala~ tat. dultie.. er'ustedr t' ttein. and aet
-n ..-t.in tite, the l~ei-alattire' w il contirit:
r'.er-,th~at watchlir nr se aw rigupd econlO.
mv. v!h i, aura not nl tar the' State, but to
iara ro-an:t:. Ther tu,-.. iill be the same
.\ hail. t) i ar. ie" l'atbec liebt, was read
bar irt Zima' A hail to :,lter thre haw' i Civil
--. na whe lyitr a :,'rcool readarng, upon
"a m: : rukm:; ,.er''aa amaendmetcst. Ott
n .a mia t hei~ i lhll toa the Senate~s
ni ( ~a.' take n a.:d t'anand a mnajrity of
V .e opit'dr to senidinag at to thec
a. F.' i'e parseted' the M1emorial of the
Alr'c:a-'a Cl!a::e act' So. Ca. pirayinag for L.'Mi.
in: a. a ai.
(ir mtiln of .\ r. 31niletn the House ad
-' D.eember 7.
Tar' lIn- mp et pu mtat toa adjrinrnmnt:t
tal'(hero c. ".s th1ae rollt and' re-id the Journals
ofveserdar'. 'Thea Speaker laid ietore the
li-e. Iliepo, a trai math Pre-ideua of the Bank;
a dar -'tr' little du.-.tr' ian, tiac reports we',re or
d rr ht. b prir:r'd.
Thea $gpeaker laidl berfore te Ilottire .iMemo
ral fromat thce lIon. .1. L. \V-duona. iampeachhag
Judrl'a..rle: a moatin wtas tdl1 to luty the me'
mrial rat te ttale, nilet coaurirerable) dirscur
sion thre mtunt to lie air thie talte prevaild.
A ar. lhbe't howevrver.nhredC, that it' gentientent
d ad ort:,ta warniang f'rom~ what trail pated. lie
'rl.rld it' honrr'd with a -.cat on thain flour. feel .ia
h antita tor pre5' as tiahtes, if' bionght to the
iratia oi ti-; h~e,.ialutare aspiin.
A 3e.o'age was received fromt the Sent::.5
p ropa'ing to ad~ocarn ,rn tih ltih. rit itnotien o
. r. .ainger thre 3lssage n.'a' Laid oac thec ta
til. Vona w..ill prercei'.e there ii no fixed day
far no adjourlent. .ir. (Saul flinbmitted a rc
tort reltng tat the contrlsr'.'ry betwe'0tgO
Stat' iof 3laie anad Naw York ; the report, on
artotn of' Mr. lteat was ,rrde'red to he pianted
aa msde. thre special craler lir Saturday next.
Oni mtiton. te report recmmentding an Agri
enatural Suriey was taken tap. anler some litdeO
d iresion,. which ansed the Ilonrie very miucht,
M la. 3oungearr siid hn" <tood atitr monitheofthe