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kit itecilIA M wito loc 1l3 lt~ iii
dillictity.. nit is thle spa cit.o l~
toiil frpila ilhk' to V0cot It' Ijtoidt.l.
i :..:l Itb*dopl~s 111(111tra (iit) 11
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,~iii that .St O1ltIajttad
Di tI-I t, *, V IOVCl' organ111ized Iisto'i..
V'ill itlit i - Ivi Hti UI-Il iI~g. C01hlillitA
tVC14 AVlIO~I: (lit:,P it~jtIho il4' bo to mtoot
1 l y I' oll ot* O til, C2ounties ito,
Ai'O 1 thc Sltto was div'ided sctiii after
tile firs~t 'ttltiit.'4h n lf tho
o ii te oji thiti l lC*ilof
which thei, ()t (60 1 i th i ,-cuol wase
callied CI)stI IIII, rOltl tie ftovit
014l al01 iitlcr' flua e d -vlit.aor 1hoeSti'er
Wnis Oli es id lin'ct d iHs(itis r
ce ill * tiib lid o util ,at i e:4, I114lN'til1
relll;l 'iiia Ill tt.O 1)sti (if *h Camden.
%I1l. It:Jllt thle dA; iiiol of tile Stote
iaate. (jbo judjloikl itilets now existing
;; ' 01(16.S 18~ n 22 a politiczal
Op. ra 0d ; a, INltoai .1Y tild JLiwfie
1"1 o~d (110 uIinthi. Siaaeo. which -i
t I -nt- two chzagsIlavo Ieo ]I do
ill k'ho an a alm~re'lIe1t. of, the Cioll lel
'Ii d ato of the fir.4 Sot thO111oa of
1 'wIV't i.4)ot d efllitel i c
.clarto, tilet )IS. of ot4
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a,. O(hit the~ ArstHotdolilot took place
ilbottvt1ic ytear 1.715.. 'I'lioemioditioni
ditti O.fr Wilt leat~ 1-1 0a110 ()f PIie
rtmsor' ertlel aid ;itiui iativoer 1 1*
fces. VThe less hlostile, but 11o 1c,\,
braiv;e Catawb~'a 1~~iatsiaaa e dtol lyolid
tho .ri;'el* which still IJoliU' their 11111110,
*f,'1 too 'aI uicl oval. thir country iii
Abtjit thIt ymir 1794 the upper lmr ,
orl, the. Sta t. waso d ivided ito cennticef,
lit the ti li (11 the formwationl of theo
Cou nt-Nv ('virh, NAota tlle.ln'eseait11i. mai
of, ourl. a'c ;; givei,1 it by jatdgk
M'th earliest rocodrd of t66t history- of
the J) i-3t, let~ 'aft01 i tt so ttlo6lioit )) y th11
TO It, 10 gieIiilCli-ls S a
'i1 7.10, N ighli le, the' utitorii
0orl iatai to t of the Ilite *Judge Wil
A1 Q-J#ls miloes froiim the present
8110ofW WV'iiaiaaioro, lit, it 'Npot fiftoi'
CiioroIdbs killed H pitimn Lyles in him
Ownh honfto, btit by a wvonderful htito'
-positionl Of Providonoo,"1 tile 1indin
'Weot off IiIlt.. loft IyIqs' nlfo 011(1 .t9v
ell Or cightildrs'kp"1 ilt tho 110000,lit
ter killing n ohio 1% w1g-o; Will) was Out.
side. 'Whuat wis tile imture vt tlit!
l11torj)0.'itioll Ive ha'o n 1003el ablo (t
diiscover.
ft NI:iwi tl 10 175 that tie torrn
tory Oliatiilg What arc 0ilow the M~s,
triktm of Fsiild, EM-4egotid, Abhhv.
Villec, 11it rllsk.. New corry, Uii ii.p
Spartu1Iburg, ork, CJhester, and l11 elk
l111d, i fi~O roiii tile pos..iossioiil of Oki
(!luulkegs into tile poweri of Eulgillpi(
This Ivzls Ofctotl by it troiaty butotoJi
11e witothor comitry and the utoriiol,
it-' whiloh the lattor coded to the. Torti
tir the Vast, territory wi above.
(To be ~fi~c.
Ab)out, it yea 1r Dgo, an1 (,lab-oO .. ,
50Iriptio'A 111)1)011rod ill th Se C01l n41t; s
Dr. ul~ii~i I1lWWX projectedl 11
iIo-i 1it~ibidiga et .40
bv. liluthu te e orprhi, flijil
111) itui remosiddOIn NOW York- 1 '&l t
SOVOrlIilit 010. lips be1e1 ii.orliii
preparations P.1 itrIf Iiaivii. of 1i11 IIii.
which di. Midr w~, th , iv~,~b
Il)PidO~(
Yeostordiiy aftalrnoonl at -1 p. P1i.)
beinig ill readi meSs, fcilii gueit lellt
''The .i-qisif lol t~ ;i (j.i ('on' -161111) se
alld started u1pol it voy ago of di'sc-O
ry. tliri'oigh t ho azlive ether thit t hi
-,-1Hit Uvoil of' blalty over tlnij Ibusy el
L.ua at 031tcC to It Ioig dt. of -somei( 2,
' ot, or )1s. 0 011 I'il l i i~t~t
tillion, the Iiu-ighlit of, ' ivs
Where, Ill ii Iir, tle,. consch-sz lilt!
the vity. 11t taiuded With iiiiliju tl
Uld( softoliCel elicet, I111(1 frun -wit
lifflii pUt-S, Nu ti dOdjllt by hioup'c (1
h ld.i Iliitiltiite Oxtoiit, olle14 -i b
ijali .1114,p0tt~j ta.A of,, olotj'smli C'
Thei A.11 lan '.11 mni h
eet til it, illSff 14ii
iit. that ounil, tci tid n -t;
into diitlli4 .l3 tt 4c
detorittes t~ ~ idat ukotY
t ol i ti a rv ot I .! ~i l l fa b i o i
Wtory tl ; li4 'I'" to t r
(11 iTf te sodil~ An Na rtl-osry
66,11 -8 , but'it little 4'11111st 61st u~tt,! she
I directionl of the, 'tidder,, id 'as
1114lded inl a. soil hi- estrly1i luI longk
whlielh,. though Inll 0 a1 ilnibunni 0
gas) 110e Shot lit ani I Ideviated.,Al (led
vtittiig tswayinlg r -cof cIt umtjii
hretitts to( th mite. -A (110
tip Wa purely 0 perilniontal,3the
IlOrollailtl k(pt Iufliot Iii longer iii
would imsurc tile Prit rial sueofot
foarry then Alroa(ly) tkvo . i
torrstial grindouri aid faisihion of
ContIal Park ploamdro parties can par
Iko o( the rarifled sweots in rariWll
.1 ii(osphoro, an( earthly itelial lit I
taInd-still, advetiturous reporters will
ik o a r!id Ir topis ulpnI he now
expl hrin ble dominions of the "'Prinet
of the Power of the Air."
[Newo York lYod...
Aerial Navigallon.
Sl*uIINi TiA I.OF Dit M ANIIi.;WS' FLYINO
Still' A 'ARI.Li. 8t'Ui.;SS, U'T 'lHE
.\tIi-;l.\NISM Sri1[,2. 231 i~i.; egr --N(
IN'ili.NE-IGENCE-; YE.'T Fno~i 'rUiM.; VOYA
G EIS.
)r. Seiloion Ai itrews, th11e ihrentor
of Ihe lly ving-Shil mai1,e ia second trial
of IN 'i apim21i1tu<. I'fromi his vard, coriner
Gr'-n' nmid loustoi streets, in this
nIy -yesterdaly. Mr. 0. WV. Phanib,
S.-creta ry ot ilhek Arin! Navigition
Compaily, only, accompn:ied him. The
Iaitial iflure of his former trip, Dr.
Andrews tot ributeis to tihe imperfect
elon (of t he ridder 0 his V-1rn111, 'Y;icli
proved io bn ihisnitint to keep her In
tie propwr direction. ,Since Ltiei hIo hais
Conlst oIiN fine or 11 <ifl'eeit forII) whiel
i' 'Va .; llop wouhl roIv lioe 4r icieIn.
The acntl, Was imade- nhoti 5 o'cloCi<
1'. .l. Tim wind oi th! siurface of the
I eari was OhnJl' Iowing briskh- from the
n021t. A t i ghI lit) iuldie not.ice Of*
hlie- prupo')sed u-ipt had been giVei, It
su sp eioin seemid to nv liver V pit abro-i
that Such fi alttemp. would be made,
aniI. 22 1he houl r oif star ting a large n1222m1.
her of ptrsont (indI colletAed in the stIrIt S
nndi on ti horine roliP 2 To In 'Mt
ing, thel halloonl at first roso almost. per
II'?mdic2ular. 111mtil ov( e the stirrolinding
hiouss wiml then drilled with the wind
about 1-50 yards, wlin Dr. Airews
e'i2!n avored 1.0 brinug her into the wind.
In doing C i5 ithe IIddI'er r1opes9 2 appeared
Io I'-comne ji Ined 222ii, -Ind tie iutddiler re
m2hwd iimi d o e (If(- side, enuosig the
tIloon to move rom and romei in at
cir ott lr seve'r.l 2 n1utos, still driluing
with the win)d ii iing 2t the m22
tim(. A t last 1 lie navigas8 1tSiianred
to ohtiii a partial control over their
m2achineo, ir they conmwnceil to movo
ill valriollus dir'.ctons ds itj '%022 pasj1ed
back again toward t lie tnorth, g'ng
over a1lm1ost p'reciselv 1lie s1m1e spot
Wtiici thlt)y had just, Ietfore crossel to
ward Ihei south. Tti. the hl)looin \wIs
not drilling wi ilh'irent, curreils ofU
a r wa am i . - . lcg.t thint.
kaIging" down 1's inl a' o ani r
1dina-y balloon, stood 2ot. from it il dif
troit diroctions, as if blowi by a st lrong
ytiu. SoinetlLs th1is 'iream poiited
Qggalrd the heid of te Ul2oon, some-m
ti"nagastern al.d agaia, osward ete
ide,: sliowiig that the la iluu \nsi 1oV
ing in . diffr, l11direction fror. Ihe air
vhviih nrroindeoit. The said ballast.,
too,uwhichl the voyngris Ilay 11111, ill.
blowg ny froit ti' car.
It, se.n d Clearly- elm ,nII Istat11ed that,
the ba11l9 poeims1ed iivIVo pow r of
its "1wn, Iit it waitat the(- samo 2 m 11210
1renit li, the piropelr, m, 12mm ior
using that. Powerl to its- be-, efleet, haIS
not yet, bN obt ineid. 'Ih'kC IninIS of
qConjstru~ctbon aln-, afiter all, not, Mort, ihan11
e'pJI(I fairly have l expecteud ill ally
new imielimm, atnd iV an elf'ctive motiv
Iocwr h a rlly been obtainiied, 2.there
c;12ho ito inisirmem~iitaI,. obstacule to
maiking itLeni'rely e'fecti ve.
Thei oy'ngers conitiiiued to progress i to.
wnr2.1d the northi, antd disaptpee 'd 1in a
ciontd wlwn'i 21p~par2entIly about12 OVer luILack
wel'It tuil. We have o )1'inligene
of Ithir I whabt2loistup to tio tin of'
gon_ opoe-N Y. Tribiuns, 0th.
Gen. Scott's Lactler to Sewiard.,
]Theo recent death of General Scott,
Iand the Un2ivorI'di 12amon2tation1 Ov'er
the ovenit it the Nor'thi 0.9 well asx the
respe)cit ishdynt to his characultor and1(
ability at t!Ie Southi, justihioS the re
publicatiog of the following letter to
the presen1t Scetary of State, wvrit
ten on theo (1y prOcedinug the first inatu
Sgurationi of Mfr. Li'nooln:
Wtisloor, Marcht 8, 1801.-.
'DEAR.Sut : 1oping that in L (lay' or
[two thle now Presidenit will havoetap
pily patse thr oughi all personal22 (dan1
gor,.aund find hiinself instailed ant hon1
ored0( iuevsssor)o tihe gr'ot Watshinug'
1tontj wti1tiu a1 the chlief of his Cabi
Inot:-'-I bpg loav~o to,*poecut in writhiig
I hat 1 have befoi'o nul to yout orailly
-'Views" (datod1 int Ootobaor last) on
o highly didAler'od condition coit V
I so lato) hlip)y 1d2 gloruilns U1ionl.
.2I'To most0 1.h.1 od4raord inalry e'xigogt
esI0'of the tilosylIt sPcOlS to, ni1cthat
21un guilty of 11o' arrogance12U inii hat
* ig tho 1lrosldif~ftlild of ltOll~t~ln to
jone of the fouK laus olprocodaeto st
~ oined '
1IThrOw oiff the old and a eni~
osdy M16.(Critteni 21* or
~otivent in, anid uly U ~ ~a
.- but, en the. cont? iy' 47
~. manny, if not ofU $ tl
0lMo alroany
oUlon1 Wlth -
I thirty-five thou said troops, to protecI
the Govornmotit. within it.
If. Colleot tho dntles on the foreigr
.gods out'ido the ports of which thu
Uovermnout has (lit the coluumand, oi
clos such lports by not - of Congr-ess
and blockado then).
III. Conquer thosecad1 States by
imvadingarinicis. No doubt this might
be done in two or three years, by a
youug and ablo gencrala Wolfo, a1
Desatx, or a I1ock-with- thr huln.
dred thlousanId disciplined mnii (kept
up to that n1umer)(1) estimating a third
for garrisons, and the loss of a yet
greater nun bor by ski rmies, so igs,
battles, and Soulthrns fevers' Tle
destruction of life and property on the
<(ther side would be frigiitful-however
porfect the moral discipline of the in
vaders.- The conquest comploted, and
tlAt enormous wasto of imIan life to
the North and Northwest, with at least
$250,000,000 added theroto amal cui
bono ? Fifteen devastatled proviiiees
not to be bi-ought into harmony with
their conquerors ; but to be held for
generations by heavy garrisoim, at an
expense cuadraplo the not ditties or
taxes which it woull be possiblo to ex
tort from them, followed by a Protee
to or an enperor.
IV. bSty to tho seceded Statem
fVaylward sisters, depart m peace 1
In haste, I remain, very truly yours,
............-. . S- orr
[Froml the Philadlelphia A ge.]
Tho Truiti at lust.
We find the fillowinig in the New
York Times, 1111he to direct it to the
especialatt1, t ioll of ou rieaders:
"The vast ma1.1jority of oIthC' pco
ple eni',bi-ked in; ti! reolelliol. They
will ce rtanluly direc' t and haIlm the pub
lie opinion tIere. They ear1lHied in
rebel(lionl under01 the- strVOngst convie
tionls that (hey culd not live wvith us
R.; a1 un1ited l'(ople. .In y ll , opilliol
while the it i o f -av ud A ry con
tille tio fm to4 heh-ab1iit and ath . .
al1 ch racter, t l y were rig1hlt inl regard
in~g ile di ffeei'es'C~c behvW'Oien~ u 5 as ire
conecilable al irrOpre4ssible.
Tt i.1 imlpossihbio for uts Ilf tlhe Nort h to
timderle'stad that the mnut hero ptelph
were sincero jnI their convietionls, a I
when this faCt is Idimiitted, is it,
pila in tha t there were 110 me1n1s1 of'
1.01lng our11 differencesS J resort
to war 7 - \
Southern anld orhenmeI):
issimilato t13e hostil.b ide:1.V wicith
were fixed thore by the opposing syS
om10of slavery aid frieeomlhll..
It was idle to att eIapt the reconcil
intion f irrconeil:~le ideas in Con-.
Thero w.-as no alternative but war,
the 1,1at and final arbitrimnuit for n-..
Iinalsuesd difference10s.
In thit reort to war the wholo
cuIItso of di!Yerlce was i1nvoied and
stated. If we of the North had'' fail-.
ed in the war, wo shdoud igave beon
constrained to colendo that sl very
andt its incidents and consequentes - i
tle forma,,,it jol u SI-outhern sodioety ha
boon. conitrined1 land utablilshed, ad
mu11ist pr. vail throughot the coniatry
as the condition of renewed union.
.SouIthe-n ie;n kinow that their de
feat inivolved the destrtitonl of sla..
very and its conIso<iuOnees,~
Wor' all know, North amA Southi,
that the attempt to reoirgianize the op
poesin~g systemts of freo antd .la've soa
ciety unider our Governent is mad0(
ness, becauso it must rekinidbo civil
wa '.
Is it impossible for us of the Nr tha
to undorstand thuit thle meat of the
South, who went into the rebellion
and fought us with the utmiost deteri
inlat ioni, know exactly the into eAa
at stake ?h Of all othn'ra they kr,:~w
bestt what they were Iigvhting. for, andX
the connequnces of victory', .. ither
ny1). Whenm they surrond~keed they
know thiat they surrondorod alave ry.
Thors are thouisandy of bouithei-n sol
'diors'who WiveO ear-neSt anid s1Incore iln
the wa'r, and who, if' we winll let, thleml,
Iwill be as earnest and sincere in sub..
mitting to tho- conditionsi of de feat, s;o
far ai def'eat invyolvedO~ the abliadonl
mnout of savoy wh i the cautim'
ofci the wa wic
Itis ile to 'ask for reontanoo, in
at1dition~ to stibinaioni. No' earthly
power' canU connaanhd 'it Aurving this
gonoration. To profess ib wo'uuld be
hypocr'ady"
I Who is it that wr.1ites thocso word1s
of tith? WhIo is it thiat darens to
daito:with uiaiidor and .i dolsion .in
68% t6 the pas and p .cem4:tbat
i eal e ofioalott
I L I
holp flghtg, and. '.woIro right" to
Sfightg aid hQ honor6 thrn for bght
itg bra iytiid y~th the utiitost do.
torniuitd K Ho aektiowlodgot "tho
infrty- offtho South, ant( Io say,
wIt Iioniost.o 1iansis, that. aftor all
they havo done tut irendured and suf.
fored in this sincority.,ilor .-ho South
to profpm, Ilow,'.. adldollly -to lov us,
wotiti beo 1-1111{ layjxcrisy, 811011 Ill.
gtliigo o Dnocrafi.-wo who pry
and hopo and labor for reconcilhtion,
m11i it iositato to use; but surely from
su orthodox soutrce) we linay' bo
porinitted to quoto uid to. Adopt.
.I.'h copejeion of (ooral Martindalo,
uot meroly that t ,oiuth Was ilcero
but that there wdo alteriativo for
then but tho arbit'ramont of war,
blru1shesa a way at onco all the absturd
t.heories whicl so long porploxod legis
lation and executive octionvls to a
rebut oligarch Iy which preciplitinted thn
11ass.4 into war. It recognlizeis thin
revolt as a popular imoverncitt. Such
it was, and no w whin a01 s sich it has
fahilcd, surely the santo logic leads to
(leresul t (lot in iniu penmlties 1and
inllhvidual prosuriptions sliubhil not be0
visited on the revolt of a whole com
Imuility.
RL011'Cr1t0ol011-.TI0 ff0Job~ct Aifliti
HItllis,
.A H lI iNG JN, .o tue 8.-Tio joint resoli.
tion1 n1: .atiiended in ti-a. Sean te, itnd ni o
back to the Ilouse for Co'n-mirecioo ilk tho
amielhtise";, is as follows :
Alite:.---8i:LAno:; I .-.All poi Rons born,
lirniti'alizd in ithe Ulnited States I.hd su)
jec to the jurisdiction Litereof, are citizensfl
of thw United States and 4f mu enfcz
vIereili thy reside. No stato shali u'eke
or eniforco any )nvi whi-hh shall abridgo the
o'ivilog3 or imunities of Ol tirens or 01&h,
liniied Stat ett, nor alinll any Stato deulivo
any person of lilte liberty or property with
out duo irofe!is of lew, 61 deny to any
yerson wit litsit jimilsdiction (Ito equal pro
tuct iol of the laws.
Si~utox 2.--~ieprsenitaIVOa sh ,1l bo ap
poinitel amoig the smveral States no-.iording
to their respectivo iutimbers, couting tli
viole number of' porsons in eachi S5tteo, ex
Cliding Indiials not taxed; but whetiever
(he right to vote itt anly election for election
oif P'esitlit or Vice President., and United
statesi reipreVseitatives in Congress, execuu
five or .iudicial ollicers, or lie imenibrs of
the LegClaturo ther1-cof, is denied to any of
the imlo inhabitants of such Sate, ling
vtenty-onoe years of ago and citiel of tho
United Status, o'r ii any way albridging, ex
cept. for partioipallt-1g in rebellion or other
cri'mc, Ihe bagis of representation hlierelit
i 4hnli be .-C*uoced in lihe proportion which
ti'. inmber of suoh insle cioi(n snill hear
tio Ih " olo iumher (1f ma0lo CitiZes t
K\.-one years ol' nge in'spel St.140
Presi'tidet. or Vico. . iei@' old to
we, eivil or military, uidor the Uiitodt
itates or nider any Stale, who, having prq
iouisly takeu an oati as a nember of .Coi
.icss nr as ati oticer of the the United
states, or as a memibor of fhe Legisintire,
)r as an txeonu ivo ollior of any State, to
il)port tle Coastitiuion of tho .United
Slate., uiall havo engagod it insurrecti
or rebellicin ni-Ininst the hame,.t- 01 givo- . PIA"
or comafolt to. tho eaoioos thoreof ; but C1-i
gress matyby a voto of t wo-thid of eaoh
RotIt rilmovo such distability.
Sta:uros -1.-(Tho vn-lldity of the pitbio
debt ofr the United States a1ih41ied- 10 y
law, incltdiig dbtis incurirel for th pay
mient or peusions and ho untiles foresnvieb
i gupprei. irsrr'ectn or e ibelx
hJll iot, ho (AuIstionod, bit nbither IW'
Ut.1av.l bta(es irt nay State shall assume or.
pay eny debt,or Oligtio11 AoiUred lif aid
of insurrection or rebellionC ainst tbo Uani
ted Slals ,; or aiy clhni To th. /1t'
eman,1icipti 11 Of any , olave but. nil such
debts, obligat ions antd oliiti shall 'b hoeld'
illegal andI voyi.
Th'e Fortrens 20i..i'o 0l05 10ondo.donl. of th -i *
Noiflk l'irg'iii, ini annliilouig t ho visit,
of thiee gentlenmeni to Ex-President, David, -
I hius de1scribes them:
Theicse two diitingtishied lawyer9, both ot'
thiema New Y'orkers, hiavo acquiredt an envia:
bid repuat " ion at t1 'bar du1rin1 'oars of
priact ice, iiil arl'welle.. knownv to all motrio
polii n ns.3 '- O'C)on nor, it. vill bo -rememb111ored,
waslles. Foi-rest's lawyor duling. the0 pro'w
gi'ess of' th:t fatmous ilivorco case in New
Yorkh city, ahdt :ps 1iguing in to 'arious
et indie- nd 'othcr iases occuring of lle and.
in: 'ormeor yeatus. i1e is a tna n hypar'etly
out sixty,- spar'oly built., neatly .dretssce
in buiok lthes, andl altogether .devoid of
prietenttion to otwarld a1ppyaro'~nces.. LI is
hair is ver gray. anti also his whiiskers and
bear d. wlh -l ho wear s closely -i tmm~ed -
With his. soiclinht, thitat oiirelessly bad10 Oi
his hiead, an dt. a clear-110 pierig yg, b~ .tu)k -
ed carelesig haiiward- tind 'o~1vard. ges
I tduyi'ning in front ony the ho el, nh wy
l'ual-lvn of...his occql red this .root Ing,
clerk, abii inquirlng ..thA nusuOllt ,n't. . * - n ~
j lnfo, was~ ifiddIt~ th2 i t., gi 76 sht: 'A
pot')U ho gaee'it. to: lQ hegiori ~idliikl. .':
out towaruds (he Fou'w'ithisis heand li',
his husl.,d ehuind lii iaddorotly forgotf~
of thioelhan~gu h ii,
Shealis a inuof yetingor mW a tdou l
ydn ri of' ago and h~ d60.udedhly lit erary~j.~
pernc t 10g4odllooking, weltb tu ,
wihjnilt ahmdang oof wuhihhdra shlh~
tingd t i~o essoies tohsrditp
lip1udo iba) -gode i1,6
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