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WHOLCaO. 119 RICHMOND, WAYNE COUNTY, INDIANA, SATURDAY, APRIL iS), IS33. vOI- 3, . Nit. 15. jr. PaMiafced ererr mmtrnwdmy Morniac T X. . BOILOWAT, Coner of Main a Ml Mrashiato rtreet. TERMS. Two dollar per volume, if j paid within the year, and two dollars am fifty cents, if payment be delated until the year epires. Advertisement in serted at Ihe usual rates. A person wh can read the following article without his bosom swelling with indignation, must have had his heart steeped with some narcotic drug. For ouraelvcn, we can but -tremble for our country when we reflect that God is just, and that his justice cannot sleep f orever." Were it not that the crime of SLAVERY ttain our country with its blighting curse, we migbt hail with loud alleluia, even to idolatry, the proud standard that floats above our capitol, then might it be truly said, that theeerulean star spangled banner, "waves o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." But so long as slavery is tolerated so Ion- as a chain clanks at the heel of au American slave so long as it is permitted fr them to be bought and sold as brutes the hus band to see the partner of his Inmma la cerated before his eyes torn from hi arms, not even allowed to embrace his wife when her spirit is hovering oVr the vergeof eternity ud his children doomed touV; whip of tiie taskmaster. Isiyv-otong as this is allowed, we can but blush for our inconsistency with the declaration, that ali men are born free aud equal," made iv lhat band of heroes who poured out the 1.11 life-drop of tneir bleeding breams lu acni-ve our independence. V.SIT TO A SLAVK SHIP. On a southern voyage of trading and dMovcrt , Cpt.JJ. Mobhel, J visi ed a slave ship, 'he " Africa. He ?rives tlie following account ol his visit : 1 have already informed the reader, tnrfd Uie li.iV ol lie .- 111. II . . there were n ks hm" "u" i ... . ,.-r from litaz I, waum;; O.ie ,i ti.est- lav at After having taken a cursory view of the heart sickening scene, my at tention was attracted to th- after range ol pens oa the sUr.board. side, which contained about one half the females then on deck. Here a ontheopposite side of the deck, the two sexes were separated by a partition or bulkhead ugh feet in height; near which were two women evidently writhing in the agonies of death. I.rtly from the of fieers and partly from their fellow suf ferers. I gathered the shameful facts that these dy ing wretches had been re duced to their present situation by- repeated applications of the lash, as a punishment for their piteous and heart rending wailings. This worse than brutality had elicited those shrieks and groans which arrested rny atten tion on board the Autarctic. They were wives and mothers; their infants had been torn from their breasts and thrown upon the ground, either to per ish with hunger among the grass, or to become the prey of beasts, or the rep tiles or possibly to be preserved and nourished bv strangers. Inthephreri- zied paroxysms of internal anguish, they had called for their infants lor their husband? for their parents for their brother, sister., and friends; and for this natural involuntary ebullition of feflinir, their bodies had been cruel ly lacerated with stripe?, until nature sank exhausted, r.o more to revive. Their breast were distended with the undrawn nutriment for the lack of which their babes perhaps were per i,ifig it was oozing in streams from thrir"nipples mingled with their own blood. O ; learning these facts, indignation each other in mute amazement. 1 or ten blind persons, ot vanms ages,:fom rrnoriook uic generous uuvice, aim stood fixed in my purpose, however; to twenty years. Inevsua- an etc- accordingly placed tlie baron at in and not one of the conscience-struck, g-S bymu composed for the occasion, ' ad ot the cavalry; but to bis great guilt appalled, cowardly wretches, wcompanied by one of tlir uuuitr Mn:JlftoI1ithment,iiot a man among them could muster up sufficient courage tojthe PlalIW rle' an,J "i-i-euiately lM,uJ a .word; bowevrr,in orderto up- opoose mv sin-l- arm. The dvinp on. ol the OUD "f " ,t P,v the icucyc ordered evcrj care'sucefe waHiort. In aVew p"te T? MCCSi!'lo";t man to supply himself with a sultan captive s struggle was Mior4. iH ic he hvinn and- M1vm ,vcrc wr,ttea by ; . , ... . f .K- K i. m iintai mnrp hp hroritlieil hi l"lf. On V r j . . - .,,-. :iai tin jkOi y uuu,uiicciiii ui ttuk.ii ui minutes more ne ure.iwicu ins i.i.i, . ot ... , dt.'dnoets It is a sum- . ; ... the cold inanimate lips of Or he loved cu?nt c .mnieudatiou of the poem, and more than he feared Ueatti turned my dirk into its aain addressed the emb lne' caused to be mounted with a heavy .. Ithenre- minner iauhichit was pro-.ouneed, to Pc- of iron; then to i.iow nn eximplc sheath, and s.iv,th .t it drew te .rs from minv of tlie to his men, he threw asid his sword, arnssed otii- sneetatorsof IkL exw. i'h exhibiti ng aimed himself with otie of these blud- cers. . , i :;njj a Dasei oy nianuei mn. other wasojeratiiiga mat at a loom. Ad iheso performances indicated cleat iy to the audience, mat lUv bimd .iiils were ca;auie of uiiderstaimg ictterr, uiikni ana trio science-, aim 1 progress in music Sif d ... tiieir carnoi' rec. pt icl 'f hum.ui misery Vn ti-r wit. i fil'y tauioms olioe u tarciic,a.,d I a so di.ircs iwgly an noyed by trie shrieks ujl groiis ol us h.,1 K s inmates, liie w.cicueu v ic inns' olu .feeh .g avarice, tnal k reso ved to viMtl.ie vessel, and mate au otter oi tucli oedic I aid as mignl Have a len de... to al.eviare the a.;guisn ol tiie sulK rers. -Vitit tht detennmatuu, i ordered a boat to be manned, and boar ded trie b"g without ceremony. i a as received by tlie olficers undotK i t-ourtesV. not Wlliliiteiu." "0"" ----- enabled me to suppress those sofier feelings which were before nearly clioking me; while tf.c hardened b r bariar? around me were sardonic smiles upon thf ir faces. The captain oft wo vessels were present, and sever- n officers. For the moim nt I hijm uslv wished to be armed wit.i the liahtning of heaven, to punish ta! gud tv, and terminate tfie sutTerings ol their v ictims on the spot. As this was r;ot pr::ct:Mf, however, 1 gave vent to 'iuy feelings in a torrent ol inventive, ..,...... .... ,.t. i l!nt nl vitmier- - . ' . . . . ation. 1 cannot recollect wuat 1 saia; hut for some time I gave them broad side after broadside, without rereivin ed my "Step forward, inhuman monsters.1 and contemplate me taecis oi your cruel barbarity y our triple murder. Look there! on the remains of these three poor victims of your avarice and cruelty ! Think too of their hapless infants, which, if not happily a. ready gone to meet their parents in a better world, arc fated never to enj.y a par ent's tenderness in this. How will you ansver for crimes like these before the God of justice? I do not marvel at your cowardice, for it is the insepara ble concomitant of guilt like yours. 1 do not wonder that you turn pale at my just rebuke,and tremble there like culp i(s at the gangway. Yet how much more terrible will you tremble when ycu are arr ainged before the bar of Divine justice, and hear the voice which brought tlie universe into exis tence, pronounce the awful sentence "inasm ich as you have not shown mercy to one of the least of these, ye have not done it unto me." With these words 1 advanced to the gangway, and was about to depart, a iien the captain of the brig expressed a hope that 1 would walk below aud join them in . glass ot wine. 1 prompt ly declined the prottered courvesy, as suring tlieni that it gave me very un pleasant fV eling- to breathe the same air wiili men engaged in this aliomina ole train ; but were 1 to drink with them, I should let! guilty of an act of! 0 perceptible to touch so deli wanton impiety that had stained tin Jat.cuiat,. tins sense to the untarnished lustre of the Hag 1 sailed under. They retorted, with a most provok .!,..., i;.!!.wi. r,rttv.a lhat the blind mi- ceons. and mou'itcu his horse. Alter ruis had made greut p.-oiicieucy in read-; giving his men the necessary instate mg, anting, geogiaphyaud arithmetic, j tions tn w iclding their clubs, he in ;rch A chili of mx ycurs old, read vuiu tiucu-;rd with his whole body, consisting oi cy, p.issajre in history, oratory, and t.icbree hundrtd, tow ards CornwaliisV Holy t3cripturcs,tiy passing the hand over!arn)V j,, OI jcr to rcco:iiioitre his lines, the page where the letter were unprtsssed j whcrc ,e arrived the same day aboat in relief. Others responded correctly jo:ie oViock. Comwallis was then rc questions ingcography, by passing the! trt aUn towarJs Wilmington, and hU hand over the map, on which the outlines i , . e . , , yP , , uuuutcuu.ii,, mcn jjpujjj f-it,Sucd, had halted to take ot the most prouuuent feature "jsoiIierefrcj,htnt.ms. -rtie ta,wnU.,vlny nresed in a lie tangible manner. j . , . . .. . 0 1 T .i . ,i .,1- n.-o- seized thts favorable opportu niy. Dithcult aiitlmietical question.-, p- r r j. pounded hv spectators, were answered by I charged two Hessian picquets, whon. the nupiiw ,ti great reaiUuess. Mean- e made prisoners ; and routed three tiauoiie of the pupils ws observed ma-jintisa regiments, to whose heads he appneu ne ciu;is s. ciieeiuitiiy , nun i considerable number were killed on the spot; and finally he retreated with upwards ofVixtv prisoners. performing the dciieaieatid Uselul mauucl : fjUlier (;r.;,t ISrit.iiu is o()criU.6.s. In tUecourre -d the eveni.iu, cons.impio j jQ ,d Dr. Howe, Director vf the Institution, ;-rtVl.raWd at at.out one ha Slritlc; snot in roitirn. I oy fire in silent astonishment, suf lerutg ine to rake them lore and aft, until tny magazine became exhausted, and 1 paused lor lack of ammunition. In tne m.-an time, the two special ,v ere released The yybtrliosi and Consumjttion vf very grt-at. don inny be If pound pet week for each individual, being at the rat-- cf Xlti pounds a year; and suppo sing the population to amount to 1,1.30. 00U, the tf;nl aituu tl consumption v ou Id be 37,7tX),OlK, lbs, or DV:W tons: but to this may be added 4tKKJ tons for the butler required for the victualling of ships and other purposes, kind, iacuinjreheniiule,jrn;iking the total consumption in round in possibly learn to read, numbers 'ilMHJ ton?, cr 47,000 Ins. which al KM. per It . would be woitlt 1 ,1X50,000. The averaging produce pcrcow ofthe butter dairies is estima ted by Mr. Marshall at ItSlb. ay ear; so that supposing tnat ve are iseai ly riglit in the above estimates, about Js0,000 cows will be required to pro duce an adequate supply of butter for the jonuon .viaiiict. iiut tlie cou- c.f butler in I4ondon has hvereil .in imuifssivi! icCtUl e, in v HI 11 he g ive an interesting sketch f tlie ori gin and progiess of the .rt ot educ.ling die blind, iurerspersed with many agreea ble auecuotes. liiusiratiug the auvantae of lli J uiseovcrv to this unf-irtunate class ol human teiugs. it was listened to with trofoumi dttenlion. As it may appear, to ihose who have never wiuiesseii an ex- nibitioa of ihtt how the uliuil can we mav remark, tb-t t!c letters, msteau ; of being colored, are i,n;re.-.seu in leiiel, r or.i.iseu on the paper, as on a ty pe, sous lic.ee ami luii, that the reoyra- 3 a -eori a- tiiey cu.il peieeive its character ny .1 snn-j ,.i. tofi.-n .a' i in- t.-i-vr. :is uccurutelv as! r- - o 7 , other persons can tv inspection ty in assurance, mat greai uumoeia ui eve. njiusu mci'iw inrrir.iil vi'W s W(T(! at IIIIS IllOllieoi . :IV. vjk;c JCiiut ... . e---c. i i :.. .1... . 1... ,-..U i.hv :. re witMiu the cuinurenension ol tti-ji sumption wh.chthev knew were owi.ed bv citi-Chad. The per.ur.nanccs were eoaclud- sometimes been estimated at MfM) i.iuded 'ed b several pieces oi voc.n niu;v the i)ui)i!s, uecouipanied on me piuiio. forte. t)n the whole, the Cxtiibiiioii was Zeus of the United States, com: by American captains, aud manned by obiecls olmv compassion liom tneir alfcin-s by dcala, and just as itie visiting captain Had attemp- uaauegled witu surprise; w.n ,'l;lJ some ousel alion in excuse or pal- I iniide known the object oi my "1VUjUu1 ol u,eir conduct, our attention assumed an express.ou ct derision or i irrc9lej uy another olyec t. Oue CuiiU mpt. i'lr.nly ad.iei ti.g to my o-j CcljniVe!9 ;i wcl .nade, good Wk rigi.ml purpose, However, A ll'tca:lll abauitweut.-avc ytars of uooti seeing, and, it m et ss iry.ada.iu- filmed. ma..acled as he I .s ... 4. i 7 ' to scale Ine bu.unead, trom the wnoflc a u -.il ex cited my sympniny. m. . c 'F1'"" UiiUi, ilt. lei U!tu lHe lein ties' apart rave orders tnat my Jemand s.iou.u ue utshead struck a ring oolt isle-ring lo tnose s-uderers bie complaints uaa st r,,c,iu"J I i wiucn. beiiiii u.iaale to Use his American and Lnglish seamen. VUl'TH AXI MAXIIOOD. I had a frienJ when youth was green, And joy was oa his brow; Time rolied his years like rocks between. And wc arc strangers now. But much bis altered looks bespeak Since bis career began That slender form, and downy cheek, Mo broadened iuto man. The smiles around his mouth that curiM Like ripple on a brook, lir.'akt out no more the wintry worlJ lias iced Ins dimpled look. That sooer gait and serious air (Alas', uawituess'd theo) Betoken boarJs of hidden care, Gained in tlie "shock of men.' !of tlie most interesting character to the audience. The room w.is so crowded. tons, hit h would require for its supply upwards ol tiG0,0tK t ow. Vtsdir. Snuiirls mnHcbjf Instits. No insecti have liie nower of nrntlurinnr sniiml l- that wc learn many came and went away ln0ulh,thevdoiiot breathe through without being able to enter the 11.11. j t(t(, ,noulh? ad COIlsequcntIy h,nc l0 (power ol producing sounds by that or- ! ' Tl n I r trMll-ilc r-i r tvrvtlnAl iif li remarkable- circumstance! , . .u,..: . ,.r.i. 1 'j j.n-iv iiuiuuuii vi mi; 103, w.uc.i lie Be the world's lesson got with pain, I t 1,.. ...A . . . . L l.ii complied with, a.iJ, gracious ' 'u''-; Wll 4l sUC , (,HCif ;,s ioiracture his scull.jot4 chiidhooJ! Lhat 1 could again what a liornnie spectacle r.... ,u Uo ,JilSl uuj ot lhe yoaa&est ted to my view! !yl ulo i4VO vvtMIU.u vlio nad jut oreaiti-; If the reader uas ever been on ooar.i u a e v inomeills ut.j of a .iudsouiltver marvel sloop, -'d- ffom t(le cllcctj ot Uie cd witti elves a..u r.icc4., .o. ... . ul MV . al SOOl taIllc lo ilImseti sulU-S slaughter houses, he may lor .. wl'J-jt.ie.ll, lo understand what wasaid lo famt idea of Brazilian slave orig. - iiun " lu lae moaicut he recognized range of pens, o u' 1 ul,,eu ,J,K;! u,e dead body oi i.is wife, side of tii "'.' ,tun u' cat!t1ai.licailv strove to ciaM n head to tne ma... cliais,i. wmc.i eie rtrn;.auj, v-.tli a yell ot despair, conUned sucn a nu...oC. ",enaavored ta awaken iier wuii his w ere permitted to come OiiUecK at onec.ue,e!j jro, ltie ?lt ep 0f death, wmle Accurs'd be he whose guileful tongue time, la a line Wit . the .nam iiaic.l-i j n, r Can wrong a woman s captive heart- i, ...t. was erected a bulk- "ouoo. , t , f (That fount Irom which has sweetly sprun; way,ou each side, was trtuw a uu ortu u to,rcut ot blood on t.ic main- ... . ld alone impartJ bead, or partition, scpar.iiio0 "--,,njle objcCt ol his piteous lameiita-Caa turn that fount to grief and gall, tion. ! And poison her existence all! ihC captain of the brig now spoke.) AcCursed be he whose lips can press and ordered one of tlie iUcers to tenrj woman's lips of sinless glow, To thy free bowers return! No more! uiy nerves are braced within l'o joia the world's turmoil: I'll drowu redection in its din, And s. no trier grief with toll. .My early pleasure all adieu! I tear myself away! The worid may have new joys in view, But none so pure as they. SEDUCTIO.V. KI.NuS OF I'lSAM'i: ! It is a verv Ittiatlor tiie space of two centuries arm upwuiu, ine liiioue of France has ncvei locen lined by the son ol a king. Louis uie 1 tin we wnl udnnt, thou-iti some oc- ny it, lo h ive been tne legitimate olhqiruig ol liOius tho ltnrieentti and Anne ol Auftna. His birth lus been disputed' as ins inotner oore . o clnl J uuiil alter three ai.o twenty ears of marriage. Ot i lus successors exirnctiua no manner ol 'donolCaii exist. Li-juis ttie luiceotli Was not me son ot l.ouis tne fourteeam, neit.'i er was Ijuis mu sixteenth a sou oi Liouia uie nUeentn. L.otus tne sixteenth tiaU a sou, wnoni tlie Jiouroons recognise as Louis me seveiueeuiu, tliougo luis unlor iimate prince nevei ascended the tnrone. Aaoioon Bonaparte possessed hiinell ol Hie Fieuc.i crown oat lie wu.-j not even or by btating on their own bodies, or their hard substances, with their man dibles, or their feet. The sound of the bee is produced by the vibration of its wings in the air. The cricket, when it ts disposed to be merry, beats time wtlh his ni-mdibles against its head and tiorny sides, in the same man ner as a human being, w'jen in good spirits or idle, drumbs with his Angers on tne talde. There is a sound which has often struck terror into the souls of thesuperstitious,andwhi hisfrequ fit ly heard behind the celling, called the death-watch. This has been ascer tained to be caused by a small species of woodbeetle, and most probably in tae wood. From the Old Colony Press. Kissing. c learn from a Western from tae women; wmie a . .... o sa4e remained open to tne gangway, abaft the stern-most pen, or Between that aud thequ rier deck. The slaves, perfectly nakej, were -towed in rows, tore a.ul a.t, in fit- It A k'a mo U'a-If -a.a lm wl Ii-a h..I . : ' .... i iv tl, sound bv beating with lis feci on the : 'Jl lilt, k l.iaiC-.HU V m ' I lime ot Hie ne.v d n-.si Closed with , - - , iocceasyot tlie e.v-Kiug ot iCome, latteriy ikuowiias lnke of iiciclistadi, wiiose) !n..;i;l never wore a crowi:. iouis ine! jeigmeentti stieceede-t tne Corsivan, outi PaFer l,,at ' young gentlemen from !neiiiio. tie, nor lus uroti-erauu successor,; N. 1 oi k has been lined .$'23 and costs U aarlts trie tenia, were sous r t a king; lor kissing the wife of a man With ! ootti were iaou.et ot ma decapitated ssvv-j w liom he boarded. The suit was 'iereigu. diaries Has a aou, vvuo liia t;een( brouglit bv the husband for the re- exciuded Worn ttie throne, and a grunu- covery of damages, some part of which were sustained mere than a year ago, 1 njii ..in. vvii.i su.i r.-s ms mescal doom. , - , ico.iMii, lniis I'niiiippe, lias ocen raised oVei tiieirncads, oiil is the poor tellow iroui the corpse of nisi Vet leave them 'mid her happiness. wue, and to stow mm oa tne ouiei side ting and most between . ol tne deck. position or croucnm-; posiure;. w.itca 1 rea, ost olthe men had tneir a l Jf mlieTlt ten their nee, citner mdulgiiii' . 1 ,....,. .... tn- i,. e'l ..!.,.. .(..sin. ti-T!ir! oil ttl 00 iu moody sUencc or nioumtully ciiaut-,- ' :i .v;itir.., tit: raised lus mute un read a and will to i thoir native viliaiies. 1 ne teein-t's J B - ------ . - . w of the female were of course more clamorously epressed, iu spite of tneir tyrants' exertion to keep them quiet. In passu.g along the deck between thee two ranges of despairing Human beings, 1 encountered such mute im ploring glances, sucii appealing looks of misery, such piteous supplicating expressions of countenance, such tor re.us of tear, that looked like pearls of ebony, as com pie iety and totally ui Dia l ed me. My own tears fell like rai ., and the poor negroes g tZ u on ttie strange thenonie-ion of a white man s sympathy with wonder, doubt and ad 2nir:.tion. live, tae l-.i is fad i.ol bet r I lowed a rag to cover tn.ir na- "kedne?. me lo witness, i spra ,.g oeioi me dying man. drew m dirk,aud ordered itieoilicer to desist, on tho peril ofm slanl death. ..ioLir1 Kxclaimeu. vou saalf Ht molest htm. Hack! oack on your lite! Ao . an sti ill touctituin, unless lie cut tits wav tiiiougo my oo- dy. lou aave butchered luewifeof his bosom ; he is uow dying tVotn the ef fects of your savage oaroinly; aud ihev sualt not be separated until tu spirit is re-united to uers, in that bl -s-d orlJ were tiends of bell like you can never come. UacK or your blood sn dl mingle with the negroes!"' ine otiicer recoiled a lev pace--, wtitle the others stoou gazingat me and To iour the lonely plaint of wo, That from the midnigtit shadows drear, Is wafted to no h man ear! Accursed be be, who twines his arms Around a woman's rneltiug form. Vet leaves herpraised and peerless charms A prey to sorrow cauner worm Line lovely lowers that pass away, rJveu in the sunaright month of .vlav ! i by the testimony of the kisses, that ths 111. aJT L i . 1 L . - ouence nas ueeu lepeatcu eignt or nine times, within a lew mor.ihs, miking ' . . Trlvtc-te tl & 1- 1 III r SI ' v..ii.-.rc " ,r. I L. l . C-! ' that IhtS! -1 1 v. ui iiiu'.viiiis uwui :-ii. til cultural lricnds are inlorincd, t irr i in :is ii:iii;ii ted into ll ilunu aaoui J""t I jar vears a,;o from Ciiiiia; it has since jcautious in ail things; but be Cfpc- oeeu iut.od.e.i into Ireland, and wasiahy careful how oa kiss Ol.ier peo- brougui lroui theuce oy Mr. Oiooous r;p.c s vv.vcs. auti0 oung taie warnii:-;. but be Accursed be he, ay, may he pass Along the turf where she is laid, Vet 'mid tne ran and waving grass A cuuehant shall ue laid, bjft I ! 1 hat will a stinjf oi conscience aari, l o wither up his perjurea uean: i-'ape Breton. 4t is said to y leld io oar- I ie;s ol -'Jj i. s each, from au Irisli acre 'of ground; and cau be used without grind- better made iito meal. It is ve uon t ttunt: taat tue above i a. very cxhorbitaut rate, if the vrestcro d amseli areanv thing like o ir ? ones. It should have fctatd i.osv- lor-.- EXillBll'lON OF iTIE BLIND. The exhinition of the pupil cf the Bos ton Institution for the Bli .d. at the Tem ple, on the evening of the 21st of March, was one of the most inte. -sting specta cles that we have witnessed for many a y ear. The hall was crowded to eces, and was honored by the presence of his Excel incv the Governor, and a large por tion of the learninir. taste, and fashion of the city. The pupils consisted of eight : me, out is jiu its nitare very hardy, and well ad ipt- the kisses were. Kyroa s-iyst.'i ',ed to the climate; oik bus ael is equal torlS tt,c Way to c.-!---rtn.- I three of the common kiudjtraii p.irp-ises,! v;ijue .fa kiss. Fcr rv -i : 1 tint oats are used, it siioi:d 1-e j-iwedj j early in M.iy, and wiil La ripe i a the iat- ' ter end of August, o-h-.m oi tr:i- g"ai;.- i-' fr sale in .Se'-v B. uiis : uiiuions, and vv ill doa into the states. :i, i'. ?s !;.. A long-loiir-Lii fs ssnr?-I'V " ' ! -----V irj ti. ;3 tnrce a lin v, -.Jx iuiy c;.thcs3 deJicioe-! v. c. "A Kit I IT, I f f lUI'f Viau.-. i . w i i v.-v- -i tH-ck ha ing signalized him-ell in ma fiy ''"' 1 engagements after the battle ofGuil- Goodness! what fellows these pcet ford.tien. Greene recommended him, mu-t have been for Llssingl!! to the governor of Xorth Carolina, andj adTised him to put the cavalrv of that Never t-1! a serr-H to a State under his command. The gov-' his wif-. fir Lc T. i'd te su man who I-rca sure to te!I her.