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Thmpsou ,"-i, and "terlan Reomr,
havmg ora mens t Ha fa s fo
utfth.ipiNtao~h Chrtr 66eeting
hae- beetheh_~fiti nd seeeisros toh
(ut -Ensglan , an ofthe pr'
Hresrioa d and te f itchefo,
Dbffy, do Co cynine to lie'tp l pthe -
counlyr l'erengthends piuo. Ont t,
thrha, demontratins oiJ dl' 'and'
ehoprsons, of cn;onfience in eorGoern-.
mevn and a siaifatio with o the intiutin
ofuty thenr aie fo r wa of oliddor, chieysin
Ulthe.,1 ,inutl be adm'ittd tt'ascar.
tumer a.gre I nerd triuut reah.
-thrae atf 'Reat tend thoe "iofavoriofdre
paeas o -he ato the Goenmn:atv
out previ.-heyeem o the n6 p osec ion
onao, cmri.s ianginge teof 'the near
Tpoah fof a ciothen" teadring omes-t
,erin hand;anaemplt ade o lt -and
telyoe of "ae onfiopen in for 1o ou
vete an seeiton withe C te, meutins
the teorhofdou periel adis seral~
of the land, e ar orwdiposec to n
ser. that -t ite ayat at in
Hurrcti. andhetten srtrs frmwith,
nutibr arC., coneie tig anu the apo
cury ore atation thend priod Onl re.
eThe GaOvnm-epntrt o f iose alty ira
to presvaios mags nidence in po sessions
througou Ierelancing ther oaenoat
t practic of acriin win the usins toas
-of the Iicon res illg e forard chefl in
whstier n peai aduminte tht f af
-imbers are pisionn thougho.t IrI, and
threr rto puat atn to one prevailingo ex
pealn hnthe ar uo the Government at
itye terviof-he oeem Ovto beinpossession
pr om the msetrri an distemof the na
fecteI. The Cmagsrates throuout rith'
eration indo ate mmended to ho
the yok of e-aiaxon~ o te rin'Fpl
mrmen osea nl seiayostbe.iv
-e canreninthe is circular s
the prours prates of vliet seeorE
arotote IrlantI wair dispsr -ed rto co.
aier tyatite ad erit em in atteipth atrby
what n~ preay and uashng whichto forme
sinorretion the rowincnitrs with. 111 n
tlt osIble eap.-TeR a Uso
.prtomne cntineaues its neinier stge; ad.
eve ont the'or tato o the prefol inci er i
tha fraisceson wihyoe.ieg
ctarate the magistrates of pem sent o
thorgin ht Ireane, on theoir tentem to
theprlacticeng drlis inrd the fan
ich aois anticiailedgn theelcton po favor
abloetiotheamrovin of oee. part, ane
pini ofrerpucns lgt a stptftepeailitrial i
temcontry the othesrotes of the con-o
Duintecaeuo the Goverment inosoflymtod
and ted. The magistrates throughout the
entire kingdom are recommended by Gov
'ernment to swear in special constables in ev
'eyharis.t rclr to that wefnewcuplish
Te isedctiomsDuolih Asleyfrmam.
aTheougres ws no revoluton throuhth choic
opte eictorst ube, isd mkriow inra.
to byindies comp'leteion thyill by
ning ofrte 2~th, giv and rimpsswich faored
inPrin fetue floing eorlier, stage;and
tene;t, thereore, (do noturo;)o, earniter Pa.
tha;4 rapi sucesson 5,ic seint;,Mie; ago
cehractriz, t.Asin the ovsieet h0,
itsoriinFange;1.Cremofieur1 Buee ; to3,
thver setlin donCarlet; in5, Brer; andMo
reau 17 Cavagan1,taicipaeteeetospoe fr
Thbe ao the atles 100,000evtes.aty h
.prThefrepbicanm ouifs r Rli willgeafirtali
tMa. ouitry Bln, otert orton oftheaion
tine tha moeentis otaine full petrced;.
and, we Ledru Rotih3ereo looent.ar, or h
in 4.Te yMarquointelligncot a argelpr
phrter ando the moeat partis eece
frthe elcts to CthAsSembly fsrt calbeost
teartain atpsnt i apech tatis ndor
athouhve wasercisepceta the ch oig.
*of t the electi~ old thmae nern isen
is il the nornm uentha ctanion.-d
sume.Thevte exanin pred upto he taken
place of the 2th givetant in which, ajority
in. Paris, tine folng der:l Laer-i
tpine2dont the Lereire the Gurher a
ethontment orhemeting 9f thusiee ass0m
yerfomer; 1 opposedut; 1he uatter; 13,at
rai a1deonstainc the formriireaed-h
Tere ith sotemt. i. Ledru Rollin l
the suefcient oe toudebae his etrv
MM.rg LitshurricAbert M.Lmartn, decl,
thartihe ehs enerllg obtdaine, that cethe
andjri, of11 ter Goernm3 ente qutee
paed The arqumesurenota dergeipio
protead of the modeate pfte Inir elctd
forid te. .d(er Ctthis. Ledfrua itlcin boered
t hto-thirds ofihseae the qulme lcode-i
Nxte tr th elcions'-deiral dithin-h
gin f overnment excit attant is
keopnomevnt oftemetntohh as
andobsacls tr ~ es;i t e a et.
At ant p e om%tatab
oi-&iEI6 aio considsed ifavorisble tothe
dldatds eut fi'ard by ihe party of
the Ref'orno and he Ltixembouig dele
~If ltli Tn~and undue influence #sre
no nyt~ gsI or
ne hi .to its Yery~Inemibers.
rsarumenacbd hv the proconsulI of
fho Mliisii'~ theI'lutrior with another
20th of.Aytiist Jand with a reproiluction
ofhonih bflhe 2d of Septemnber, if
th o not blindly deposit in the'urn, un
m ifid, theblast given to' them bythose
pro bosula theriiselves
Complaints are raised of improper in
fluenee sand f'raud, even in the capital.
M. Loth slano is openly charged with
availing himself of the machinery of the
arnlnnissioi of the Luxerbourg, and the
75,000 operatives among vhom ho distri
hutes daily pay, to secur the return of
his)own list of candidates and accomplish
the object of his personal ambition.
At another meeting of the council a de
cree was ado pted definitely abolishing
slavery in all the colonies and posseions
ofthe French Republic. The decree is
to take eff'ect two months ailer its publi,
cation in the colonies. An indemnity is
to be granted to the slaveowners, thae
amount.and form of wiich will be fixed
biy tee national assembly.
All traffic in slaves between proprie
tors in the colonies is icntrdicted fom
the day of the publication of the decree.
All introduction,-by hire,or otherwise, of
negroes into the colonies is also, hidder.
This claus is especially intened to pre
vent the introduction of negroes irom Sen.
egal ay any system similar tehat of the
Hil.-coolies in the English colonie.
The Assemblee Notional charges MM.
L.odru-Rollin,, Louis Blanc, Flocon, Al
bort,. me'mbers of the Provisional Govern
ment, with a.,conspiracy to establish a
despotism ini Frarice. fhey propose to
constitute a new Republic, .to annul the
electionsin the departments, to suspend
all the magistrates, and next to establish
a system of progressive taxation, and
compel all masters to divide their profits
with their operatives., They vainlyper
suade themselves that, installed in the
Hotel de Vi lle, and supported by 50,000
operatives, the national Guard will re
main passive rather than compromise the
peace of the city by resistance.
Reports continue to arrive of dissensions
in the provinces between the population and
the Government commissaries. The truth
is, the departments'wilnot be drilled into a
spirit of lw demnocra Niothe agents of M.
Ledru-Rollin, and theirit tion and excite
ment produced by such aoiatstenpt have been
followed by a re-action in the opposite direc
.niLATER FROM FRANCE.
Latest advices from Paris state that the
election returns, from the sections as well as
from the departments,, continue to be most
satisfactory to those who desire to see the
moderate party, repesented in the provisional
government by M. Lrmartine, revail. In
aost every arrondiasement in Paris M. La
martine and the moderate party in the gov
ernment head the lists, and throughout the
departments the commissaries of M. Ledru
Roln tuare at a great discount.
The intelligence had produced a very sen
sible improvement in thu neoncy market. It
was repired that M. Albert h..d gone over
from Rollin,. to Lamartine,s rarty in the Cab-.
inet, and that M. L~edru Rollin was only wait
ing for the meeting or the National Assembly
to resign his poet as Minister, without waiting
for a dismissal.
On Wednesday M. Richard Rush, the
'Minister of the United States in Paris, wvaited
on M. Lamnartine, at the Hotel de Vilie, and
formally recognized the French Republic in
the name of the American Union.
The French army nowv comnp rises 530'000
men, and has greatly increased sice the re
volution. Ini the provinces great discontent
prevails and the schenmes of the ult ras to ever
throw the government still caused apprehen..
sion in Paris .
A plot to blowv up th~e Hotel do Ville, and
to make the Republic more domnocratic than
is meditated by the Provisional Governmnent,
has been detected, anid a judicial inquiry is
nowv in progress into the alleged conspiracy,
wvhich, it is said, wvill comprommse some per-1
sons in high station. The, National Guards
would doubtless preserve order, should any
such horrible schemes be anticipated.
The accounts from P'russia, says thme Euro
pean Times, ate very unaatisfactory. The
people have on confidence in their King, wvho
remains at P'ortnaam, surrounded by the'men
whose comrades fell bravely but ingloriously.
His Majesty hopes to regain their conflgence,
and trtusts that they will stand byliim in
case of need. But, according to latest irntel
ligence, this wvill not be in their power.
We are told-"Theo people are nearly om
nipotent now; and at a public meeting held
on the 18th, they drewv up an address pray
ing, (1) the King to order his $.mards to march
to Holstein. It Is scarcely necessary to ob
servo that the object of .the people, who di.
trust both Kcing and guards, is to deprive the
former of the support of the household troops,
and thus leave the sovereign and city more
completely at their mercy.
'Jhrei said to bel boyorst West- so
bri ht~ h ftidr'iscs h m, qa a
nggassa have biy,
aeprelei a tt
T0 eatesqofi 6 rA
SsN it as4roftlwif *.rJ tk no.
prices areias 1u-nsett a
Lon market, ditnah at e t
pound. A-lngisiei a
ances continui in' q Eoj( nj
[hebom~emdok tfnite %f
:qtedl in 89 a 0)84 greatWr o les
fal rdleeteolne ediie' aeidrc
apice present owl n" g A '
Europe -seriouslydistur com ra
percoie; honu its tL prodasedly astik
avor of civiiation andfreedo' '
SOUTHERN LITERARY MESSENGERt.
The May No. of this' periodical cme
to hand during the past week. The
Pumbers of this mngazine contain, each,
a large amount of reading matter of"an
instructive and interesting nature. One
article of special interest appears in' this
number, on matters of the presentFrench
revolution, from a well informed Virgin.
ian. S. HART, Sr., is the .agent in Charles
ton, S. C.
CAMDEN BRANCH RAIL ROAD.
The Columbia Telegraph of the .18th
contains an article in regard- to the. esti.
mates and cost of constrdeion of the
Damden Branch rail road, .from- which
we gather the gratifying information ,that
that road is building ind Will be built with
in the original estimates, .and that it is
possible to build rail roads within the es.
imates, even in South Carolina. And
reasonable estimates are considered, when
mention is made of them, such as would
be presented and. acted onr
This fuct bears with, importance6o'tle
icheme of the Wilnuington and Man.hea
er rail road, and there seems -to be -no
rood reason to fear that that road cannot
be constructed within the proposed -sti.
mates. In fact the question on'this mat.
er sceims now to be set at rest ,by 11o 1lt.
~er published in our last number, shieving
hot the road can be constructed. WithIn
A lute-number of the. Telegraph In
Forms us that a conventioni wili be held at
Bulisbury, N. C., on'the 0th of lNne, to
.:onsider the extension of the Danville
-ail road from that place is Virginia to
lharlotte, N. C., to meet .the Celumbia
oad. Our . friends -of the Manchester
oad and of the town of Wilmington
iiust be wide awvake, if they Intend to
>uild their road. Rivals are in the field,
md haste must be made. Yet look well
>erore you make such a leap. If gade
it all, it must be made soon.
G EN. SCOTT.
The authorities of the city of N, York
ire making extensive'preparationd, with
he liberality which usually marka such
heir proceedings, to receive Gen. Scomfn
>n his expected arrival in that~ city.3'he
2eneral, hiowcever, considcring himself
mder exceumive displeasure, and that 'the
dlowance of manifestations of popul'ar
ravor undler such circumstances is im
roper and impolitic, has - given' 'out
hat lie wishes to avoid them rand will
liscourage their dIsplav. The General
coems to have forgotten that the people of
ho Unitedl St ates are disposed on all oc-.
:asions to shew that they are tho sover
iign people,-in fine, his majety,--and
hat JMIEus K. POLKr is simply the Presl
lent, the chief executive officer .of lhis
najesty. . The General will find it difli
milt to avoid the evidences of popular fa
v'or, wherever he may go. He is known
is the hero of Lundy's Line and of the
3ity -of Mexico, and needs no 'pahaing,
norhientury splendors to mark 'deedsr ent.
rolled on the pages of history. Hie name
md fame have travelled overthe groan.
ng globe as a leader of regnblican might,
md the success in .ware of' repuldIicon>
generals andl soldiers may have bssisted
o -kindle the present flame of republican
~ontest in Europe.
GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The wvhlgs In Georgetowh held dt
ngon the -10th Inst., indeafter xpre a
ng'a determnntloni to' an -sdl
ho Whlg Nitifdaf Coet t
not' lfieia~imifNH M A,
of thewhf _
the ct rjIiha~
this to e rs
npt - d Poru:acy is a-antrieui~un
h i 1. i7n
umrw wouldn bet pt In
impezibus $way MmiyT be..
corn towc rno
come too coye i~ l
The geniulor:all ..AmericAns tij not bi
powerful; and civil offi6 Aemo d
ed fdr oitfl Ation*,
REVCLUTION 'I , O I yA
Revolutiousm, now-aglays, arethe peo*.
pe's playthings. They ae tossed1out
a ir in sport; aEuropehes e.
berly to wdrk about ttnih attc v dfoe'
not seem inelined formuo
In th& Spanish .South ArnetiiA "
lics, revolutions are.an oflta talev
comcdy or 'a tragedy accordin-i 41 p
Jar fandy. ?4 e a-%
Another- r 1volutitin as I a
livia. Gen. Boliginn has. been hurled
from tho presidoncy by Colonel Beizee,
whom he:list illoly ijiMl& (
advantage of the absene 6 tt i'esfo
dent in the South and4aIsedan y
4000 men. On hearin- hifths
dent riihedtrtiinngj .S n n i
It isto be hoped thiat revolut uns b oth
A merioiea4llt 6edmal n1o r0
eaiinibnli ien for i n dltv.MONf
wise,, the. people piagbqotopeed to
see-tability of governnjdat in ono ofa a
DEATH H LtcA
jheohlarleston piapers oftte 7tl n
nounce the deathf of:Mir. o Titio~
for many years one or her nEstentdpa
sing, commercial and valueoipirqs
Hie was% a -'6E . ( 6
commienced lifo undisr henmost favof~e
auspioes.. It was, passed in business
and successful commercil eritorp~e..~
Many a .fine vessel for Char eston.
ton trade has he built, either frdrrslis
own resources or, in Ocaiow%1l
ers. He was prnipb
the puithase and prprto
Tua QAMDaN -I*o o
hands weiret atwork, om
injurf. We -believe tje of thie re
were Jaurt, -but nonel dangerously, TIhe
cause of the unfortunate ocederencngill
uinaccounted for. We learn that the tto
repaired ak kon
de . vail, a i~ rn~ a
pheice, fmmn the emwo.cuty ni1
da ataFrom himn a'e learna~n~
tofMarch laste the valley of'then sua..
dian, about one. hundred and'1Ift~m~
of thiu,.was visited by oneap
storms of-hail that ever felle the ~t
being about the, size of han'g s iii'
even-larger- Where -Mr. Dnywr~~.ij
stones wergnot so large he beingot rd,
but on either side, on the river-d-I '.
praire, the sltm~12'as~til
geese, and. brandtn~aspes $th*l~
goose, appeare ~o be .t ,wnah dy
migrating in gra aiumb fut ti
north, and were killed byj, ait~.b
hail, whbile fligg .'urlyweQOn~h4
one place, lying dead by
ued the .ApoL shrtly af.
chef amed Zjcny wo l~
The agn~tathe oTa
er lAth foren Jith
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