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1he 'could nht j. ve sprung-rimore' u etkly* to
- . . uO dt~-i (1, -ciev
isa fee d He'?glared at thle Ju a nd,
setting fis teeth and clenching hi s hands,
eS~ bftr outWith:
L iok. he'rol- I've iictysed a'ready in
three lites anl .twyo'ter-itories, and I've
ben ia iarne gineral i iest,'Texas, and
of foutfflflni 'rn to be be flabbergasted by
by a set o' snitsillin,' sneak in,' water-head
ed -punkin-hearted peLtifoggers, you're a
thundering sight mistaken--you ire. Ainil
now A continu he,'turning pir, the sleeves
of his huntig ishirt. 'And now I'm bound
4o lick ye, Juigel'.
fRe made a rush as he spoke, but the
Judge, who had been carelefsly grasping
tho back of a chair, on the look out for anl
explosion, lifted it suddenly with both
han is, and, whirling it at the head of his
savage arifagonisi, felled him to thifloor.
'Come, gentlemen.' said he, as Iis corn.
panions sprung towards him---'The hero
has fallen and the play is ovor.'
The next day Josh got on board a steam
boat, and carrie'd a broken head to Meurne,
averring: 'lie didii!t like the way they
practysed "aw at Ecore Frbie.'
[From the N. 0. Picayune, April 9.]
VERA CRuz. March31, 18,7.
G en. Quitmuan's brigadle set out onl the
march for Alviarado last evening. The
place is distant somne thirty or forty miles
south, and they will probably reach it by
to-morrow night. I presume that some of
the smaller vessels of the navy, under.
Commodore Perry, will go downi to taike
part in case the Mexicans see fit to defend
it. The impression, however, is tht they
:will leave it without a struggle.
From the direction ofthe city of Me"xi.
rto we can galin no intel ligence. There
appears to be no doubt, however, thatSaii
ta Anna arrived there on fhe 20li or 21st
inst. and at once took sides with the cler
gy against Gniez Farias. Nothing farth
erbas been learned in relation to the report
that there was a large force of Mexicans,
lfnder La Vega, at or near Jalap. The
army will proceed in that direction in the
course of a few days, aid then we shall
know all about it.
The anount of spoils"of war taken by
the capture of Vera Cruz is immense. O'.
er 4000 muskets were laid down on tie
ground, and it is known that a great num
befwere left secreted in the city by mten
w11o went out in citizens clothes instead of
their uniform. The nuimber of cannon
and mortars, in the town and Caistle, is not
as yet known, but it is already asceriainedI
that there are over 300! To' this should
be added an iinmense aim ount of powder,
ball, shells, Paixan shot, &c., enough to
conquer the cotintry all the way to Aapuil
co. Quite a speculation for Uncle Sam.
Twio flags are flying from San Juan dei Ull
loa, otne belonging to the army anyd thc
* other to ihe navy.
The Frenichmain who bcroutght the report
ifromn the city' of Mexico, says th at he metc
'ihe una rmnedhM lx ica ns wvho clitd dwn
* their aims on the 20th inst., scatte'redl aluong
ite roadc between this and! Mani1o dle Clii..
v'o. Some cif them hardly advaiicecd thtree
* leagtues, andc were already suzl'ering for
w~ant of food.
Ge.Quta tksto Alaad h
South Carcilina, Georgia antI A lab:ima me
-gimnents. lIe also has an artillery force
wvit imii, Cap1t. Steplttle's ha ttery, I ami
mnf'ormieud. One object of the expedtitioni
is to o pen a ronad from whence mules, her
ses, amilc sup lpl iecs for thIie arimy may lbe p'ro -
ced. l iTe contirv douwnc thlatL wiy is
said to a bound with thiemu.
Y ours, &e. G. Wt. K.
~~ .t~romi the NV. 0. Deltai.
Th'lelatest actcountls fromuc Chihiauhau were
co die 5th Mlarch, Thi e loss of th e battle
ofi the 28th February by thit .Mlexicains, is
attributed to the ciwardlice of the Mcexi.
cu a cvaliry. ThI.e fo'r ttc tof te A mieric'ani
arc sta ted to have beeni II 0t, andl 7 plieces
-of artillery; whilst thiose of the Mexic-atis
were 2000) tieni, andI J0 pieces ofC a rtillen-.
8 ~The A mernicans tosok possesion cof CihI n.
hua on the 2'l Marchi, aind neacrly till thec
Mexican famcilies wvere abaninccuig the'
AX lettecr fromi Cedulral. date tI lhe 27thi of
Mitarchm', stales that Geni. Urre~a hadl tmet a
force of Aimeriicns ini ihe v'icinity of Milti.
iery, and hadii killeid andi wtiundled a grett
oumbher, caphturin ig I 1) wag 'ns candl a bont
70'. mu tles.,I l destroyedu the wi'agotns, tnot
being cabie to take themii with him, by sed
titig them 1n lire. Noi nameils, ias to the
spot or thce commandter of the Ameucricanti
From the N. 0. Pieny unt', l0ch inst.
In recurring to1 our Mexican files qjuite
the most initerestinig thtinig we ineet wyith is
a despatc h Icctinlinig the Me xi caii accountii
of the ba tilo of S crani i i t), gaiin ed by
* L.~~~ol. Do"nipjha n's forces, and lie consequet
fulltif Chibaha u.
Th'e~ terms indcicaited by Senor A tochia ini
his letter to linjon cis thei propiositions oft
the United States to M exicoi io obitatini ca
pea cc. we find( In the Djitiro del Gobljiertioi,
of Mexi.co, copied from a pap jer of G~ tuda
lajara, without a wvord of' dissent. T'hey are
A commission hial be namt-d to arrange'
n t -ins tM~o a i. i e
op a \~iniflb m~J~er/hnfdtgressifthe 4p
p &iJ."r >iexc Ti nrmissioners.
hie sihil gatseriibleiwhereyer
the gdvertd int of Mexico may appoint.
. Tie U i"ed St tes demand the paraliel
of 6 i rl ded roni the Gulf of
'e.iC(i the Pncific, as the dividiig lineA
S''Ehae Uiited States will pay fifteei mil
ions oldololars in Cash or tihe territory oc
cupiel,asolennly enogo'gjig I.ot to exact or
claim any expenses of'te w Tar. Th0Re ex
penses are estimated as about thirteen milk
lions:. consequently theUnited States e06
4ider that they "wotld -ay- twenty-eight
rmillions of dollars for the territory describ
ihe United States guarantee that it lill
never consent that any territory or State
of Nlexico shall be no nexed to th-Ameri
ciin union; it eqially guarantees the sov..
ereigtity of Ni.xico, especially her territo
ry south of the parallel of 26 (leg.
'ithe United states will, place ten thou
sandien, infantry and cavalry,-Kupon the
bounlldary line, to prevent snuggling ind
incirsion of tih' Ilndians.
The United Sites en-gage to adjust ail
disputes abiouit 411 clir11--weV give the rew
mnain'der. in Spa nish [pro el territorio cedi.
do por ierras, deudas extran eras, 4c.]
An alliance offetisive aid e11fensive shall
be signeil between the United States and
Alexicot to repel all Eiiropean. interven
tfioni in the aflairs of' America.
A tocha is autithorized by the Government
of the United States to aIjust the terms of
le trcitv of ieace.
Editorial Corrvespondence nf the Picayune.
Vna CuUz, April 1, 1,47.
Although the result is not yet knovwi, it
is generally conceded thit thle expedition
to Alvarado will noot mrleet wihiii any uneniV.
Agenis have arrived here froim thiat place',
this is most certaini; and they say thiai the
arrmed force there all fled oil iiie capture
of Vera Crutz being knoui. z I started for
Alvarano, illieliiing to see the 1how1.v there,
whatever it imight Ill.; but the vessel oil
which I was to go got ofT before I conli
From the direction of the c:ty of mex
ico we have a vairiety of rumors. All agree
that Sunta Annia las reaclied the capit11l,
but tle accounts corilici as to his prosieni
position and pirospects. One repoirt hi'is it,
that wiih a miseralile rennult oIf his arny
he has joined the clergy. ani is ~makinr
headway aginhst-ithe sitibborn Goimez Va.
rias.- Aiiother and iater report is to the
effelct, thut Santa Anna finding till clery
determined upon holing on to their rich
property entire and of making overtures
(of peace to tihe-. United Suates. at o1ee jolin
edl Faristi, and wis now bent upon seizin
every penny beloniging to tile priestimo
to carry oil tihe wir agililst the "ll qsurpin
barbirians of tihe Nrth." One thing is
certain-all was anarcly and confisionI ill
the city of MNexio fire days s1ice', and
gins und b1loodshed were the order of hoth
day and night. Par'y was arrayed aitaiiisi
party. faction against flaction-all were hvy
the c irs, an1d there was nieitier htead, tii,
ir body toi the Go4vernmlenl. The enitire'
pop~laitionl, like the Ishmnaeites, -those
"g reasers1," of 4411d,1 we rcei lit ing and~ qua r
relhiug-rcch mani's huid was tuornedi
aga inist ihis nteig hbor. It is i mposi~siiet 1to
he in a statet of a ffairs wo41r.se(~ co~nfuned
thiant till plresen11 if sl,eh a staite can he.
Theire is oIf course'5' a1 trongI party4 --at its
headII thte commlllissioned ll (fieers of the
coun ltry -oapposed t4 pea'1c'; fo r wit h:I14
41hey are? suire of ai place'l inll -i airimy, un144
wiithi ai elmnlCe toi rob114 lnt every do4llr
raisijd am1i ext(Irted 4to carry It lini. .illor
tolo coward l~ ly to4 ii.'ht m114i1 will b1o411r 44
wtith pluni1dring th,-ir' own1. peoplde. Not
onei Rn tent of thel' s a14 spark Of that 1pa
trilitisml wich seekthl is coun1tr''s goodl.
all their 4aunltinqr to theI con1trarv, andi ti
e'xtenIsire faconl l' ti filendls of' in-aic'e hav1e
poIseII of the.II clergy, anlxi 'ns4 toi preserve'.
have aceltl~tal'd iby 11.on1i and1 hnmbug-~lIV
c41S'Onsis of their inabl~ility tol 'onitendl
u i4th tihe AI merican4 arms,45 and) desirons41 44f
noeting to4 thelir counlltry' but1 obllijtjinal
debt41141 ami$hs1race. WhIich 141 thie'"e 1444
hies is toi sttcce'td inthe end. .1 rematlins to1 he
We~e hear' dread11ful tale's of' t' atroc4itiesi
conrlijtted( by114 the risonebrs 1.ho11 idi down41
am414 who11 we'4re thli'u tturnied 144ose1 upon11 the
counltry 01) thelir parole14. It is said1 they
havea sen'ttered in) eve'ry dlirtlionl and44 are
1p lnderin i the pior ll d ereis< o t'4'he
If in ter withou'rl i C~~l~illt hindrnc ndw totre-.
morse T he i filees l his(1nds1c lce upont1til every
h'olre a 1very meitshou.'s110Itlll money4 alnd
twit hot ict th e tlty10 unortuate 11 deii
thuiidespities Jihickemd i ha foers the
rbadfr to e ~lt4sa ad [%T)si&1tj1
exitres art pV Otq -pet~tn
ehave Il bl It~ -a f6r -
.nie NacIonal tp y ra yaf
At that'tine Go1Qft1 t Vega w as . r
commatd of 1,000 ei.en. Th egge ie'd Ie
sertiqg. squatitundhe vas sh otai II
tuglit to prevent-thoso whoem t c re m
running away.. Iany nffIliMexie v'Orison
era w1io.had leffifere itnd-pasid 4h bg
und01 what tales tey' to Of the strepi th
ani prowesi of thnAmerican army! 'ly
will iave it (hntour she afinfilet iih
soime horrible combaustibre insa'lai of pow
dert and Eite the dreadful desiruetiton O-he)
occasioned inl the city'in proof. Canualizo,
but without ally force, had come ddvn ao
fair ias the bridge, but itmmedith1ly retuirnt e7i
t) Mexico. Gens. Mora14. an.t Landero
had passed Lhrough, Lit Vega's quitrter-4.
along wi I& many dther oflidahs. They
would1 preer gaing to ie United States as
believe thdy-have givenp thelea nogh
er prisonerst taccepting their par'old, yet I
Col. Gutierrez even went so far as to nsk
It passagae on the steamer Alabama, and
every arrangement was made for his de
partuire; Iut it nIter fror* Iis Wife at PO('h.
lIa, who Was in great ilistress, inlduced himt
t9 iange his copurse. In tile "mett litte,
so straigtterfed are mainy of the Moxicai
officers, that they are fairly begging nonej
of the A mericans to get out of the citv.
Gen. Worth, the ne Governor of Ydra
Cruz, lls adopted I'st striigent andl at
tha- sainetimena macst approipriatespolice re
guliatiis. A large itumber -f":exiens
are already at work tenriing down the har
ricade's adil ingwilttal the-walls of tile city -
the latter foir the purpoe of letting fresh
gir into tie streets. Thevsnsy that several
euses Of tihe vomito, or yellow fever of thi
country, have aIready aplienrel; hut I sliall
inqnire further before I give credlit t) the
st ao ry.
Yours, &c. 0; W. K.
,I ME) 0~
SU.ITERVt LLK, S. C.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 21, 1847.
AG:NTS FOR Till'. BANNER.
ME:ssnS. Lh:L'aneA.& WnT Suniterville, S. C:
T. W. P:G V-:S, Esu., Ca mden,S. C.
Price in tlhe Charleston market, for thi
week enditig Friday, A pril 16th, from 10
3-S to 12 1-8 ceiiis per pound.
On~ the evenin~g of Thusia), 0h 150h
insc., at 6 'elock, a windh of unuiaio.
entce panssed throughahis place, coninii tiut
ar uptvards of -hialf hotur. During its
prevalence, several large trees were op.
mated, and somel-nc'es were blown down.
Lhae ground was strewn with leeves and
fOUIlg sh1otS from the tries. Ont the ces,
::atioan of the. wimia, a heavi~y rin ename
Jowin nt tal conttinu ted du lriatg the ( 'eening.
Fnios-r.--On the morintg of loniday,
hte 19th a slight frost wans fouand ill some
>f thae g tarensa o tf thIais plaice, cautsinig, ho iw.
aver, but little injaary.
EX PLA NATION-JUSTICE.
Wea havtte received, fromi Mr. iss.se A L'I.D.
i letter. ahiteda."B'radfard Spriangs, S. C., 2d
A pril, IS-I?,"' itn which hc requltests ui- to
ri-ctat y thlae neroui) nt whiich we pubhlI ~ished,
itver hi-s sigatuare, of the- attaempated ass-s
,ilaacnat of the Re-v. J. 1. l)rin:a.:; as tin
pubili-.sedl neerasut, it seemsa-, wo'undedh'i the
feaelings of somrae of hk is "iptist faiendas."
Alr. A. say-s: "My anuoscript, yatu will
fiand, is w oraled its faolto ws. "'At 12 ai'clockw,,
an Wednaesay, 10th inist.,"' ( iarcht) "'the
Rev. Mr. Bacxuotu'se, faormeraly Prinicipial
af thea Darlinagtont Male Acadl'aty"' &c.
buit, ini the piablishe-d staitemaentt, I aim macde
tao use these words, "Rev. Mlr. J. A. Back.
hosea Baptist Mbiiser, f-'rmterly," & c;
"I wislh" a "correetcion to be made, for
the- foillowinug reasonts." ~
"1st. Bicautse Mr. Blackhoause isno
lia pti st Miiniste-r, itacvinag baeen e xcitadel'
Iriomt lihe ChuirchI, oif whaich lie wass a memn
be-r, saometaime- in tihe couarse of last fall.
2ndi. Beausea~ I did nos!ttuse the express,
ian, "IBaptist M~tiniste-r," itt my coimmutni.
3rd. Beacatuse I am daec-idetdly unuwilling
to fuathiier sueh ant expire'ssin nts "'Ret'. Mr-.
J. A. JBa/5house." Rev Mr. B. or Re.
J. A. D. wvouldj he cornrect, buat Rev. M1r. J.
A4. U. never.
We diad alIten Mr. A's itacont to st
otursel ves, btut not frna wh-ait he. atireset
wtrites. ie does noai remnesmber hais ountt
nerroat of the matter. in altearinug it. we
take- till the bhtamo nitleataant on 'waounded-a
teelings'"; lihoughI juast ie to our selv'es~r
quirmes uns to sasy, thbat Iit was totl otur itrien.
tionu, in netinag its we diid, to wouand thea
fe-elinogs of any ona ae. We maerely' gaiive
M r.1t lihe deasig nat i un by wichid he is tus n
ali' known atnd spalkena Ef; aind we were
itn awiare of his aexcilusionl.
Tlhae thairad reason oaf Mr. A. seems itt
teunuded as a literary et.t crbitint or a
oeuing ot' qpI4T,
5t)r'uset Tho expred redi~o
on examinajio indl it dorr.t, syn.
h ly y corin an iepia e,
we gt stor~eggvernors, &c., on va
cation -of- ofice siill-the title of governor,
&,c. Wefte the ezpression. nj
suchgmxatter.fgr our columns. It would
hayepreven'tetthis ex planat6n, had wc
"tiIllhe our own account of the matter.
"Mr, A. dd"ls, in1 a posf.cript, ths follow
4AP. S. Editors, whot have copie'd the
first staement, wvilc please copy this alSo.'!
The April No: go "The Southern and
st~ern Literary Messenger , ignd Re.
vew," 1einag the fourth fumber or the
thtieteg h volume, is received, containing
its customary intereting contributiuons of
Suthern2 literature. Terms, five dollars
a year, in tadvance. B. B. MIsO, Rich
mllnd, ., is the editor ant proprietor.
S. 1IAn-r,.Er., is the agent in Charleston,
SMC. The circulation of this wtork, i
the south, continues to be very extensive,
as it is f dund to deserve the patronage of
:tis sectioan of the Union. TChose who
fare bl to patronisft will it find worthy
of their N pport.
The Canrleston Evening Ners, of the
12th. ceitains a notice of the retiremet
of Dr. A. G. MacarEv. the jugIior editor,
frtom hi cnneiatn with ie pler, which
had coinhtius illp to thiat timlie, inlce 1its es
tialihinent, ad of thie 1associa tin of .r.
Cat .Es K. Utsntor wvith Messrs. CAn O.
zol &YPar ro , in its proprietorship, Mr.
(:Annoza being still senaior editoar. Tha'
hiS. t.n/ eietailig ehhracter, aine pa.
litical cimylai of thi s pa lIe alwa ,
rnads it i f('aorit d idh the pulicio.
WVASHtNGTON AN ) Hl.S GuN it. !..
tihe at frst voltiurne o' a new work n wrthy
nove titls T.po r. b.
alreTad well asol avnrib knin' to the
1i11lic as theit athoar of tNheita andii
his Marhlalls."' The glowili ig atad gra.
ohic .tye of thLisno atir has*c aondered
hai- wija ks very polaalhtr; andiittif piente
ant houars arujat store fir. the readthh
ofC this newv work, should at eqlual thle
previous wvratings of hia smooithl flow-.
inig yet v'igorois-e pC. ''Napoileoni and ljis
.\arshalls" gave~pler.suare. to mnany-' wet
haoubt nit that Washington and his G'$
4als" will please a graer n batiner. T
emae is n oble and demin ads a nobchle pen.
Ikis to bie trulsted tha t it ihafun:d it. Shaobal
this e the case, the natoes of Washi gton,
af his Generals, and of his co-ptrits of
Sltie llevoluiona fl will be bore anew in the
hearts of his coulntrymrena; and one more
imemorial will bendbled to transmrit to ps
eriy ithe a m es afd eieds of' thise wito
1ealied tit'ir Iivees, their fortunes, andl thei
acred honor, in defene of their conjiry,
und14 w eho thiar fathirs ell atd tri de.
lighted to hait(or.
110N. DANIEL WKZtSTER1.
It is stated in the papers, that the Ion.
D.at. EUsTER has commenced his visit
Lo the South, for the purose of mzaking
his ownii obsery'wtion ta ad I raw in g his ownai
ronclousiors on i what he may see duritn
his visit. Well woubol it be fortman whe
ot inw little, but seak much, of us,
if they ulso woul visit the South, aind see
sad learn, before thaey spaeiak of us and otur
hiabits; for we profess Io be an independ
ent peole and of liibits suited to ourselves
dt not to foreigners. On -this account,
we ii t iaspectiona a nd visittion; Yor we
neither alli nor fear the rule, determin.
tion, or dictation, (If the old world, or of
anyl part of the new.
GRAIN CULTURE iN IRELAND.
The foreign news iniformi us that thec
holders of Ilarge farms in Ireland are mow
Ing liarger crops of grain than have beeni
sownI for mianty years. Ia this there is po-.
licy. and( a prosplec~t of' secure provisionl
for the susteancae of hugaan life. Should
thae cuiltuare of graini, ha~oiver, not be enI
irely adopte'd, to the excltuao of tihe po...
tttice ulture, a rturnl to ihelrpresentsiate.
if' faminue is mauch to he fe'ared.
Irefanid was, int former times, a grain
coiuntry', anad there is tbut little doaabt that
lie w'ilIlibe Comllehd to return' to her orig
tinalI mans of hu~man support. The pota
toe app~lears to have ruan out; and thue earthy
y3ields onily corruption insteauLof the nout'r
isltiing roil!. The generical cuiltivatioan of
Iie.lsuiad, before tihe inltrouduction offthe pal
tatoc, was grain, of w heef ry e, oats, & c.;
hie vlar iety ()ubh~ic h, its rega rds the(i r con t
Stitut I utrts1n1anner1 atnd times of culture.
r it stain, ate es the loss of Jlae epun
biiy the pqtatoaecrop fijg),r
Brtain, to be.pwards of ten;to rrmiun
tht I Iaequi a
The ggnefai deficien' h t itropca
harvests, luring the #*yeareate
abundance of the grain croP of M4i '
try, will ce htinue-to cause Amerlca to e
the chief resort of ip European countries
for their supplies 9f gruin.Ly )ne, it
is believetTthat this d(ficieniy l6 Ehr6p
will continue rom year to yeai, o .
counto the grail. increase of popution,
and that it is and will be lasting, until.
scourge of war or pestience sWithin out
her inhabitant.. Shotald ibis deficibe
lastifig, America is teir only Niii and
this consifieration should stimulate our
farmers in an endeavor to raise an abun.
dance of ginin. It is a nfattier of doubt,
however, whether Eumope, with he i-.
creased knowiedge, science, and prait'e
in agriculture, will again,, for. some time,
meet With such a calanity; it is ceatin
that she will use her utmost effortstokpr'e
vent its recurrence.
From the Charleston Courier.
RAIL.ROAD MEETING AT MARION
- COURT IIOUSE.
APRIL .-i: 1847.
A I a full meeting of the citizens of aja
ion Disirict. held at Marimn C. House on
the first Moniday in April, to take intocon.
si!eration measures to incriease tie'b
scriptisn of stock to the proposed Rail.
Hodd from Vilmingtton to Mansbesfe "'
On notion of GenaAiWHEELru, Mtqjor W.
B. ROwt.'LL was cAI'd to the ChAir and
Tins. Ev.Ns requested to act is klie.
On beiniur orgnneed, the Chairmen brief
y' sted ith "hj-cts of the meetin'g, 'd'
it rr'cvsh>-d immeuodiaete! to butlr:ess.
On mmh ,r or Mij. G:suoN, the Secreta
v was m 1id to real the Act incorpo
r:i:4 1 te Wihoiuhiand Mancheatpr
Hiiii I .elI Coliqeany, which being re'ad.
dw Il.:. I. K. lIr.NE.XAN rose and after a
few r.%e.li -iepreti-jr-y remarks, introdu"
Relvxred. Thaot the interest felt by she
citizens #f this District for the compte in
..f the WVilington and Manchester Rail
Road, Jhas not been ~minishledencir has
their confidence in its siccess beweiiiald'n.
ed, ani tihe neeiing feelfuly ssu'edithatall
t he pledges which havS been made ii~ .re
gard to it will be rede4ned by Maion.
Resolved, That we litil with piride ind
satisfactrioi, the steady progress and pir.
severance manifested by3oir fellow citizens
euf North-Carolion, and i at it is the dttyof
the Districts oftthis Stale interested, to fol
low their examples ofli erality anld z -
Resolzved, TIhat a C'.m~ittee of thre bie
appoeineted by the Chiairn~ each Beat Comn
panyv of this Di'strict. to licit subsc'riptions
to thet stock of sai:l Rg ci, anid that said
Conuittee report tol the, mmissiofferr~p.
poimted by. the Legisi re, by (ed frs
Monday in May nexi. -
Rlesolved, Th'lat said mmittes bie-re
ceta points of thieir .spectie Dss
for the purpoese of prese iing the imapor
ta nce of the Roadi to the ''ple and to en,
courage su bscriplti..ns.
Upon11 thie resoul utionls ing introduced,
C. D. EvANS and R. B-. nYs-rON, Esqrs,
heini. calhled fur, mad e-ne v'erysappro,
priate remarks before -t tmeeting, poin..
ing out the e eneral util of the Road,
andie its great importance the agricultur-.
ah and commnerciul intere (of the District,
alfter which tile resolut'sa were unanl.
On motion .O(Gen. WH ER, the books
were presenlted to the meU g, tupon which
a large adlition was ma to tihe amount
Rlesolved, TIhat tile etary transmit
plroceedling;ef tis mneetj I thue Charles.
toin and WVilmingtonl p a for publica
The meeting then adj ned.
W3M. B. ROW , Chairman.-.
Tuos. Evans, Secret.
We are requiested to *, that on and
after Moniday, thel19ti, the~pussenger
ears'of the Souithta roili il R oad Com
pany will lea vatbe Ma treetd
I I o'clocli, A. M--Cha'our,
Man ufacturing.-Tl'lioject of estab-.
lisheing a Malnufaciuirif Comfny ifv'
Chisiteston, long since ertained, isias
weare informed, about le carried iife
ell'ect. A-rnumber of pa spirited getn.
theman hlave set a mubs tion afloat for
the purpose fbaiig-lcient amon
to establish at Factory& we-learn tha.t
the requiredl sum has 1Jearly all sub
act ibed. The shlargs a kenhip smat
parcels, and consequent largeh~mter
ofrhtr citizens will beeiested. *W*
lhave no doubt. thgt th $ectio9 of this
manlluetoey wvilh be bu4 precusoro
man~iy mor.-CharT.Cot --
MUNTPICE:NT BEQUES'C ho late
G~eorge lihloway, of A'ille Dlstticet
M. (. hass bequeeathellI t' eTruiste opf
Co ke,'sbuiry School, unde dircctif c(
the South-Carolina Conke, and to be.