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KftoxvIS, Sthiftiy May 14, 1864.
Th jwcr upon onr lime 1 twit tfcit
re matt tnaotiac ccrula ralo, and or
i5lverM arpo to b gorertwd by lha
m U cw. rinrt,, will dcrute lk
toortiirjj )Kr to the latcwts of cer pajKTHjntn."
Ht. nad we 'ball remain Cbt until 12
o'clock, rt-urP0 A 2 o'clock, Ac,,
to Aiund to U pblic bwn. TTe nhajl
not attempt to transact bntt&eta at our
dofiinf i printing cIc, or on
tie HiwL
Tho iherefcra who hare bnai-1
with is cos&ecicd yritk tb Treaaury
DrpartmcDt, nnt meet na at the Custom
Hoc, as the buiUin la tal1xl. It la oa
ti eart Vwlc of Gay (?trcctt r.carly oppoalt
to I-aniir HuBStc, We tlon't vraat to bo
atofpd atvl bored oft tko rtrccts, and la the
mid. on oar way to and from uttr ctcala,
and don't intend to fee !a tho fotuf o.4 '
W l art got bold of the Hkhmuid Cam
iaa OWrrir. a New School FiTfbytcron
lory h for May, 1803, lad la ii wo Had
tb lowin-i wLich oar riex will do well
to trwunrV up, ioet&er'wiilT tho badk of
Uie traitors;
Nw 31 Akcrr Caracit, .
Kay 14. It Wtlork, A. XL- J
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: S,rmi iuth" trtjWrtw'tftyJf." Cntitutd
E. Smuh. ! C. a mmi. Xlie TiAmnA.
r Bi iV-rm, j. 1L i;U-WJ-n, JUO, ft, &.
CJ, Tattoa J. r4 Xths Wm. JL Ck
J"x IVek, i. C. Bradiuv, RMjJLevic,ca4 C
K.SvyH. v - w .- . i - 1 ;
Aftrr ib rpnmtmnt f th at aommltt,
4 (k tinuacik of tm?w f th 'mtilntrj hwi
Jk IVubytery, btliTin Xkatt&a pabtf
ty tha Voder makt k n wltk later
4 sai ito t vdocttT of m4 a tka iprv&il
rj-Wtsl rwt of our pwj4a, kptl tk fbltawiBg
tUioe:MTr .v srT
RtarfrZ Tbt a CT?y f tk utiim ky
te. J. Rtaaaa, M pntm C tha rwwit
wk)B of rrwbjtry, ly rqipli f kim, ! tbt
tk mm ha in the knl at a roramUtw- p.
fNBt4 U car ii puUiraUoa U tka CAri
fJtTrr ad k tn )iti iiM form.
Tka rrwftrtery; feeha tkat tb jnoj of tb
Ckiirck of Chrirt !a tkeM CiWfft' Stat, aad
tkt mmtwM Em hsm fat gfc-rml, dvina tkat
driMtitioa la ikU pwl trsri;le I right aad t
A-paJBce, k4 npoa tb grnat ietkB of
0 t!avrr,) kold m made kara, .
Ttit tfcti ypKLjlrry will titrrVcnm
Am o tpmpmHivt itith On Gsm'tk rr
F fir-ffirjv- mmtrtrntdtrnte, -er trtwt tholds that
rcaoLiHaa tt aurti, ajrp ot-aatr t aa aanu
u.;. .. .......
TU a;f aoi aot oa. thi twlutlni kavbig Un
aS hy "tVm. iL Cka, who suud ttut k
VMtd poitiTvI to kocw W tka U k
avo R. Vara. P. rows, N.UouJ, TTaa. Ear.
rW. i. n. XarUa, i. J. tUA,innr, J. M. C-MwrSI,
mra. Jrih H;n, rua nI!, Ju. II. JVL, J. C
Br4U w, BJ. Lrarta, J. C II. Sawerm.
EWf J. u. LWckbora dedarad laat fe vaa ot
P3rrf to ,4. . , . , r. ,
Kder J. p. Mitbaa vt sned frea. wtJajt, at
k4 at W tonttaJ kit eWtk (StramVf-
ITow many of these rettrtkA traiUri are
tow going at large f applying hr ermit
W trade bringing in account! for damage
in9t the govertimcntf , Let thetn be
tooted p, and banted down, ei tbeeae
aka of God and isaa. Let oar eonunU
tionera reflect htftxhcj giro there riiUiai
itmaca for anrthinc'
i FUns fit Use Ccrucnatir rtti
1
iratkinridga, in hli late epf,
tiontUa kJ,l an to f art derteirtn tk.
at
tiA VtiHme9 0f Kcntacky who waat
'Oo to tU fAWvA,nriitioi f,.-
pre-
wiilt f tfnaoJa JVTood, Aloxacder
. Oemcat JL Vallandlham, asi ol hen
thatkiilt .ToiUcUata Uicm '-Cj??.
latrfrTn- BfW aitbouSu;trj
a .rai find Tttca L'
v7iWiU,ayi5.
. T"a1iTea a . a ., 4,. . . . :
frrrcito, bat wnyHUmf
Uiara tb&l luiti tUanp. txrittnt '& th
chana of tU l&ocrt. tvitd t toU Uem
I i.d to tstosiittr &e r
womld rtjialhothild. Th ehiid bewd whsl
uatdMtbMt I wsi on
he?
idt; aa day w two ,erwrj he
ran
ItnLo kn.M n tlAV
Vl"0li -v ------ .
areJron. BIT child f I e Ao-oa fw
- a -
rvf'tr.'lLfttiftbtar an4
wry toon fluod b Kt into a o
HtftM t?uw IH wc$ vpt ita
bo than crtr, b?atf IH Uc$ wer o owt
her, rrpl 6tbc !
honw ;1 and in Ue cr of ck thgoj
tired of thM, tiartft; wnicu hihjww'
another namad then lio aW to tn?, U
alfi Ab-. any kn.ecr ant'Gmlfntr
r,y r ,.-. fljaff;htr IHm alt id.
for jt U aa ttttr btng Dothbg a attythipg
ran t.V . And so 1 ray jo yoa wbo nara bo
nrtacipJea of your own,polato the ?v atJoeai
t notbSn tonjr, aa4 aceinji?h asthlpg
piotl Bat if roa are tnaty tni "iloa'tba
afraid to ttaad with tb tf at , Union party $
and iryoa are rccfa, uo honut, atidaay to.
Ict as bo trad to r-riocfple, aod d5 io oar
tracKt hke men, tr lWKKarr, wat oar ne
Tlie fwlloiIng conclailn remarks in a
letter of recoct date, from Cleveland, Tea n.,
will bo pcrnwd by the Unioa faca $f the
cooatry with iatrct and aarprUe. . a
know rltT R,ad 5t ,nt tiia 10 lh
fttUcat extent: . ,. - -, . . '
"By tl I amprr to tafnrta joa tVt at
Wt (ArHwowHf of the L oioo ems of ibia rounty
fu'.lr vton lb arikva f yr ta mMtiag at
KMtxvil M-M; tk tth uUIwa. am for
removing tb camatvf b wr, n4 that cauiHt 4a
5itRb? : .Tiww asa a rer & aa la ear oatr
wWo rUlna to bt jfxl L'ukin ma tincm Um FM
forcra "0p ted lbwvt rrj ant vka wrf Kft-pkea
prbcH Vftn, bJ afi9lV ';to villa 0 oU Uaa
Tory Hbrlfs ana nt7A efc CbMtArfH.
MM XW, K NUKtMaj fti HN m th ht
fcarM a k4, and m Lit M akl Tib&, Brova Ht
O. to ctrtur OKlil, In 2ve&W,18Mst h
nui U tU tu (till fT lkt tU nWte wmkl
Cin ibflr ln4rnknr Mid that b bofd to OkI,
tM Ut m T ti Cnl awa thai rMMa I Mo K
tuck j te oin th Fdt-rtd Rfef irmU ha kitted.
ThU tn8 Pftj bu tr hj ta tha wWl rm, and
b Im MtJ tlwj m bttm cotaniit?y OA fnn))j
tte.U. II alu4 lv )itva tkrra and four kua
rM Ma of hv6 v tM rcM-to. H mw wmw a.
MTr ecriifrmf ef Ai Umttf.. II it on, H". C
V, U vo if svt;bU,"tkiUi bia fhr, 4?il
TiU boue cBptt7 t f Ar 0L Gift,
but wm too rwrgiy ta "d niaid at Imiumi,
w, Jionr nudjoritUft cmtiaae to whitewah
the villainona chnMcters f ach rebel aa
thpie, let hvr Eaat Teuaei : tfaion : men,
and aoMier, acck anme suitable occaaioo to
give the aeoaadrdU trrtyt&itcs that wiil &
tifnt tKcm titeit prefer ffa. '
v- .
I Soase mca tijko tt Very niacb aVbeart
wben they are refawd: gorerareat pormjta
to open goode and : trade. Dialoy al men,
wbo bare aided and abetted thia rebellion,
hare great impudence to aak 6f the clrll or
military aothorittoH any each privnege
1 Tiry may hare taken the amneaty oath,
Land what of that? They are atill rebeia,
they are lanympathy with rtbeh, aad we
Rare the proof in thia town, that they nre
In consultatfen with rebtls whenever they
can meet, and ereo write beyond oar tinea
and pwt ap the eorniy. Sack men thoald
be content to Ireatht in t-hW country, with-
oat firfr or trading and nuking tnoncy off
of the UnTon tnca they bare pcrsecnted, and
uwurfc4ln pcraecnting. The Trade Bogota
tioaa of the Trearary Department look to
the benefitting ofloyal men only, and retain
are nt to be put up in" bosinoM, or fcftjog
gled into the trade of the country erca by
GMocuttuty them With loyal tnca, or rmptvy.
in then in the hooxa of leyal aoea. '
Pririlegea hare bctt given to rebels hero,
and claima haTe been paid to rebels, that are
anything but creditable to thp Paloa caaiw,
Ib aome iastancca aw Departmeat haa given
authority to lmprojwr persotiaoaameroaa
bare been the men we 1 hare ' bad to " deal
wi th. TTa are tfj ing to make amend for
oarwTODir jtaaearaticg a more atrict
and rigid policy ; " .-.Vv'
Icra Erctisi ca Via EJare Trsfie.
- Th!rty-foar years ago, 1a the BrivUb
Iloaae of Common Lord Baocaaait inade
a cpeocb agajnit tie alava trade, wbleW be
deneaoeed it pir&y, a did 0i American
Coogreaa taanysyesra ago, ; This apcK-b by
the EngJUh atatcimao ! old, bat ajt extract
from ft wiiT new' a- ai.ag of .fnJa.
tioBa. ' The rwoloitoh' which be advocated,
U niadt the aodaoa of bia renarlcf i
That tkla mbr; at the 'wUwt rao.
)rioil f tka &taa.ktUk fete iu
wiMttft evsai4ra(iMi tVi ttatat ttur aiarta ta tba
iniM f (Jpvt Uttabf. in fdr U tk RJlttW
T1!1 kiliiUja rf tfcrjr alarary, aad vun -eUny
ta orW t tba unwfKlmwrt if tfca adoiUtra
m f Juie a UUU tka bir. 6 V ' . - v u
I trtt tkat at fourth th llm, U v,w mrAm
TitMtmn will m tuSar War $9 he tJj (bet el re
prperty, 2'La priacipl, tfea fori: c r ot ear ia
tnca aatre, re bT5!.iUea r,-u ,' ;i3 B Mp
5 J till to fU ui-1i:N aair..- f t the heart the
r M.ct tt U- a tu t rtjfv aj la .-rata' you
lU trgiif hw tiS tani.iioa rai "3 eUmf .'Tletf
U a Uv ibre ati &e tsittmcr ; cf httiia e
tkrs-5H-tl-!.werl4 1! Ja. 4aUI!
lI:h1 to
-, si a. . i ."
t-jiayr
r-n t.e i '
a t:
i iti 4
et-rrstS, hils
frar4, nS
)eao-in;" yJj iha AtoatW 14 frr
C3? -4ik iwl ef tka prpj.rty v)r,j Via
Uk ia4irsi!on t! wit-t and tulUr fantary-thal
j?a ean bi!4 pwpvrty te laaa, 4- -Is
tela youit-al ta trrU, t n-n-tt U.
trea aatin e?rjaau of tba AltnSgUty,
WhiHher tkfl Id evoft&at rr tha fee - r1. .!iiM
arttb ur.fc!r p?iasU ;.,-. T (U Uvi dt tW ef
w laainiauinu l tin rtiTiOta UDOa. PjVS
twatto 14 Ihrf rttv an4 hot tRtftils tffae
awwrsii rR t bartrr4 tktWtU ef i-a.
kdacr t?io t... 4 la kJ'4 in i4t dff k
an.i trwtr, tbt In'trftal traic ta m
aad It -utar f (a dralb fit iher p1i,'t.-
JI eawa tkU eSaja t jas t Jt aasuwdjy hy
aijfnw!je.i,!!jthwyj btt (k e:?tff-
& f.J4t ti Rq;?HIk of tka nnorU' araa
a. . . . . . . a -
aie ; " 3ccj5fi4 la t!aMe aad hshAii the
trnii; fci.-i KWiltcM iU eoiilr ffpoflta ta tk !tutk.
aT.a.a . .
Kei tV-n, h tba f lantvr bewar lt tbetr aonw
wwa.&earar- tbe arllameitt kewtit 'Th
Mmtvatry te foe rnfra avakeawsi( $9 the
rr.n4.iiea ef fgri ataeery the aatna is i: -n afa
iJs4ice ta tka boatm -f the aama feple; t, A
! fthrt( that aaathllatra tk tUr tMt
and tf it shall dfwnd apala, they en koo iU rrah
tnay fWH, will ai tw eWrAycd Ww t hatr miA.
cdtbaa, bull pray that their latroctioa aiay
tarn twa frwrn ua U mvra terrilta JndfnnU wf
Tffids EcrdUtlsss la rst Trascssec.
TbroClccri of the Kevenae Department
of the Gorerameat here bare made tovcraJ
etsarts of goods and Ignore daring the
pact tea or fifteen day, and aome of them
bare been heavy, amounting each to leviral
tbouaaad doUare. To enable the tradcre
aad all interested to know when they are
rbUting the Trade Ilcgalatinna, we give
them JSoav 5, 12, 38 and 40 of the Jlcgt la
Uosi under which' these seiaurea bare been
ttiadet - - i
,V, 2To feoob, wares or merchandise wil
be allowed to be transported to, from, or
within anr Sute or part of a State, under
restriction or declared In insurrection, fx
cept ander Permits, Certificates, and Clear
aaccA. aa heretnaner tirovliel. J
, JC1I. I ery applicant for a permit to
transport waree, or raerchaudiae iato
orwitiun anyplace or section, where such
transportation may be permitted, shall pre-
mcn wna ma eppitcauoa mo original in
roicee of the ruoda, wares, aad merehan
A - fit. k F V. .t .
diae tn be traaeportcd, aad shall file with
the oCoer crantin-r the permit the eertifl-
Ciita of the Local Special Agent authoring
it, if any bo acceesary, and an affrlatit that
ujo names or tne owaers, the quantities,
the description, and valaeeof the mcrchsn
diee, are correctly stated in aaid inToicc,
two copies of wliicli shall bo annexed to
and filed with tho affidavit ; aad that the
marfes oa the paekacea are correctly stated
in the applies Uoa: and that the jtack&srat
contain athing except as atatetl !n the. in-
voiceei that the rrKrt.-thaftlio so- nerttilUitd
-1 ' . t. .t . . 1 i. - t
rai in.', aur bosh si'j part itMrreuj, wait
poeed of by him, or by-ale authority, con.
nirancc, or assent, In violation of tne pec-
mil, aita uiat tteitner ibe pemis so granted
nor the merchandise te be transported shall
a.. a.-". a. at .a a. .
be so asedir tlispoaed of by hint, or by hb
authority, conasvaace, or assent, a, in aay
way to give aid, comfort, IaftnnatioB, or
cRcoonsmcnt to persons la insurrection
against the United State. All addavlta
reqaired by thess Cegulatkraa or by Local
Iviilcs shall be taken before a Bupervislag,
Assistant or Local Special Agent, or some
otner othortzen oCicer f -
XXXVIII. No clearance or permit will
be granted for the shipment of prohibited
articles, via : cannon, mortars, fire-erroa.
p!tol5, bombs, grenades, powder, anltpetre,
aaiphur, Wlls, bullets, pikes, t words, board
Ing-eaps, (slnrnys excepting the quantity of
to a eaiu articles wimn may ie neccesary
far tho dofcnfeof the ship and of those who
compose the crew,) enddlea, bridles, tart
a"e m
nuge-onsr roauriai, icrctmjioa ana oi&er
eap. clothing ednpted fir uniforms, sail
doth of ull kind, hemp and cordage, ia
toxieating drinks, other than beer and light
native wines, or other artidva prohibiteI
..a
ay tne projier euinoniies, ex-ept upon
certificate and request niftier Kegulation
AAA 1 1, or or the snctai direction of the
fupervisinir Special Agent saactionexl by
tho (reneral commaading Department or
District into or from which thaehipmeut Is
to To made. v . , s
rXti. AH vessels, boats, and other Vehicles
ased for transportation, violating IleguTa
tions or Local linlas, and all cotton, tobacco,
or other Merchandise shipped or transport
ed or purchawd, or sold 111 violation there'
of, will Ikj forAutod to the Unitel States,
If any false statement be made or deception
practiced in olttaining an Authority, Certi
ficate, or Permit under these Regulation,
s ucb Authority, Certificate, or Permit, and
all others connected therewith . or affected
thereby, will bo absolutely void, aad all
merchandiso. purchased or shipped under
them shall bo ibrfoited to tho United States,
la all ' cacj of . forfeiture, aa aforesaid, im
mediate seiaure will be made and proceed
ings instituted promptly for conlcm nation.
The attention of all officers of the govern
mentv mmon-carrlera, shippers, eonsUja
ccs, owners, jnajders, . condactorsi ageati,
drivers, and other persona oonniedwith
the trepiportatioo tf luerchsnd. or trad
Ing therein, is particularly , directed to the
acU of July 13, 18i. lUj 29, lSfiAnd
March J?, lSfi3. and to tha orders of the
Seeretafiea oAVfa'e4 of the Ifavy here
unto appended. V t .
" j,, ', wT Miaiit i.
.Ao.Mcro.KiUcBs io bo lssra tn cit-
teens; : . v ';
- Jlajor d tjacral Slicnaan baa Issued Ibe fol.
rrovUiont win no longer do wuea w r.
IsetttM tailHferrpfist soctb of XasRvttJeY
Wfecro citizens cti; r : t prnccre prorisioca la
tia country, htj U o UftfttlyebstU7
moat rcntaro to tne rcarVJ , t v ? vf
Proviaiors m VllfofwU1.? P
sons sare otiecri tn.ta9 lervresci vmw
f?atP4L--ar.d-tha hhkd'tnen twilojcilft the
ecarterrassUr'a or ether deptu ttae'atio? the
f;eTcnstccn as a r" a vvw r
tipa per i?y.fa ppratnindiri rfjeera pn
give thetr pen?! at' a to 1, raRtf?-,
aa-ft-'KcfvitiUr..: :rt.vnc',"U'j4
tj to U'pnihitMlrwtti i . 1 Uaiastftri
tf tieyaro lati.; .f.t r.i t::, crAtf to
person except tbey bcloog t Or ry
proper. . '. ; . ; ;' '
ten fsr C52TrnUoni fled Delfralej
ta tte festf sss J tii.sa Ccareatloa,
SflBTTaTma a. m. k a - a
t . i'!fttf tut lwideBt and Y"e- rreaWaiUof
ifT4 Mwi'Wsf fmiatiai
sUMlfltt la to M!taff te tb City if Balll-nHi-
oa tk- Tib dr rvf 4 Rn nnt, and wherna,tr
sy eonB.IntWly hope that y iTki triumph ami
pnTsrs f ww arrr tha yef,l at TtRNa tl be
aejUfletiWtttb.ifirn ln tk Nri,tr
wt-rtian, and wkereas, the tTaU.a ma ef tk Hut
jf a a deep and wwuliar inter la the aetiea tt
to atmlnatitiK Ctrarmttrn, sa vnll aa a right te U
reprweoVHl tbri, thT.-ffrti w A hereby eall upon
tb ttBooo.Iithmat Uabm mtj TmM, a
la Ui-ir re-tvf pivUbna of tk BUaa, m tka
Ijeth day of Mar, at auch fUe aa may ktvMftr b
0atgale4, sr4ekdlwat-attbNatiotui Uak
OnTffition.41 v .
Tnnwr Wng etoUtldl to actid ten dft7fttes, w
iwokl tpM that KiHt Tm - aemt fytir, and
each ef tkthc WiaktM tkr.
., : ..- 1 - , . r. Hoeacs KaTsam
' "-' ' "NV. O. Paowiow,
Jk. A. t'AMrsxtt,
M. M. Btirji, v.
ai. P. Jokkm, ;
lleSAea Hasbisot?,
' ' J. B. RivaitA,
- J. M. Tomsxt,
Wm. II. yrreit, Js,
VTstmt flute Kxeeutirs Cotnruitloe.
Kaabrnia, April 30, rssx.
There will be a meeting of the Umdt
titmal Union Men of this, and the district
above here, In thht city, on the 30th Inst, to
appoint two delcgafte to the Baltimore
Convention. We hope the conn ties will aU
be repreecnted.1 The citizens here are nu
merous from aU the counties, and may very
properly represent their constituents.
. Greece County Hen In Prison.
Below arc give the names and ages of a
few of the Union men of fireeno county
who have been arruxtod by Longntroct's
armyvand sent to the Ilithmond prisons
a account f thtir Uim fntimext. These
men write and otherwiso sendwonl to their
friends that they are starving and In-ing de
voared by rereua In the dirty prisons of a
dirty Confederacy:
' Vm.OtttRRT?r. M jkn Ko:a:kt ...1"1
. Jt-pk rovclhM . JL K. yro(t....L9
x Jann-. Walktf Us?i4 LoRan..,.....J5
Jha BibliiauoM...,47 Kno4 IVkering!...4
; Amqs nftkt..iM,M.47 t DtU.....?1
John Hnjktiw is Craig ltrnAon.......2
- "4Viby Caa-pbelliS Alexandar Joae...M.60 '
TkBta yvm...4D -
These fifteen atca are only a few of the
many aea from EatTennne5 who are
starving in Hicbmoad for their devotion to
the United States Government. We know
many of thee tnext, and, we know thcra to
be tho beet men ia (Ire'enetonnty. 5kroe of
thetii are honest, patriotic Quakers. For
theso men and their sufferings, we hold
Ephraim LinktJmJohnso) Bill Gardnarand
JLmo Lottfdchi, and theee noted rebels are
here, enjoying the privileges ot ear city,
Aoe- arrav fir taeeo - fiileen taen 'was
caused by the rebels of Greene coaaty, aad
we think it probable thai the fifteen will
die to prison . firea starvation, nakedoeea
lad yertnia. They bare sons and relatives
wbo are in oar army, and will survive the
rebellion. Let them kill, or caaso to be
killed, In the fctost violent mtoaer, all who
were concerned in their arrest. They owe
it to the Imprisoned, to themselves, and to
the cause of justice, to see that these men
die violent deaths, if it shalf take them tea
years to bring about such result ' Slaughter
them, wo say, wherever and whenever
found.
Coin and Bclllon Prohlbiled.
It ht not generally known that gold and
silrer cannot be traiis'iortvd front one of the
loyal States to any 8tato or section declared
to bo in Insurrection.- Tho agents and ofiiecrs
of the Treasury l)vjnrtinrnt are required to
eeiao any and ail coina and bullion they may
find, on their way into any such insurrec
ioaary State, and to proceed against tho
same for condemnaUon and forfeiture. We
iiave, this week, received the following Cir
cular from the Secretary of the Trcnsury,
and pablhih It fbr tho information of all con-
cernw:
aacruta IrTTtB to omexns or TnaTaus
r; vat ntrAaTaK-tT.
TaxArntT DaTAUTaxxT, April
From information whlcb has reached tbe
Department from rarioue poiata, it la evi
dent that the 22d Etpalation of Trade, ae
rie of 15epteraber 11, 18C3t prohibiting 'all
transportation of coin br bullion to ny
State or secttoa ncretofore declared to 00 r,
nsarroction,w except aa therein prorWod;
ia overlooked. or disreffarded. .. ,
All officers of. the Treasury Pepartntcat
are therefore directed to ue aD proier meana
to itisure tho enlhrccTnent of the Herniation
rcferwdtO and anemia or hull ion prorecu-
ns to any point within kueh Mate or aoe-
tion, except aa provided ia aaid lie guia Lion
22, will bo seUed ond procToded against for
condemnation aqd forfeiture; r J
K' tj ' Sechtary tf thi JVrrtrtfrf.V
The WJ r.eglatlea, which U a la ii la
the following words, and we' giro ittbat tho
abject toy be fully badcrstood t ' v
XXII. AH tiportation of eoin br bah
How to aay State or acctiett bere toforedo-
dared to UMa.invJt"crf m abaoiskiy
prohibited, except (br military puuxsaos,
and nndjaUitary orders, w ander the spe
cial licensoof the tHtApd v$ pay-
meat tf cold er silver or fures ttl;s of x--1
ibasiibaii b tttadVfcr cotton or .Other
fnertbtttUowftbU an' uti FtateVor' aetS
tionitc All ccttssi.o?i)ther triandlie fw
hssH in anr such $WTt,o? Jt?ca5 .
mi i lor. int!run, c;reu r ,;r, inusreeuTf. in
.!brsnvfr;cr"fire:tni rf :-:
TUe4;lty dircc tovy f Cfc laitv: fcz A-ZZ
fan the y paltlen cf the oity at !3f0Od.
TziittX Utztf ca siarcrr
r The following fetter from PatHc aTltehry,'
then Junior Patrkk, loses none of it later
eat because it was written at'aefy fran ajo.
He waa one of tho tending spirit- f the
Virginia Conveatton at a later date, and
took the flame ground ia tho debates that he
did la this ancient Jotter; He nsod not
paase to tell tha reader who Patrick Henry
was. Tha UiUr waa writtea to Edward
Stabler: 5-r. .;'-? -
- , ' IlAsroTTS, Jan. leth, 1771.
Wr Kltt t tabs tkla trpr-vtaalty t aekaoirt
flgs the retpt of Antkosy Ba!t a book ariiiH
tk alar trad, 1 tbank ye for it It ta a-4 a lit
t!i aurpriting tkat C&riatbaUy, trboa ckktf bf x
elW topU ta airfVaifif th iman brt, tn
rharVbias sedrrttirtngs? lot! J'.U.ja, aktf14
enwurag a pracU ao lutaJJy fepu fnant to tb f rat
ImiTM) vt riahi and wrong I "iV'bat sdda ta tbc
wnter la, tkat tkia aboroiMbM practic kaa 4wa
ifltrodtired into tb mt tUirht-noi act. Tbns
at ai-m t bare prrtea-iona to bua-4 of blh lm
prorvmcatia tn tba aru, actca and b'j-k morality,
bar lanugbi iajrarat mm, aa4 gssr44 by aaaay
lawa, a fiwciva f uurpatia and tyntaay vbichmie
mur nuie ana MrMiruus, but tkma-t, aaMwtors oe
tartMl.
MIt ia not smaxtng that at s tlm wbn &n rtgkU
of bumanityara dSoad sad tiadmtnol with pra
eiU, ia a couatry a bora all otkrra Ibad of liberty,
that, in iu( h an age and nich a country, ve And aire
profnaing a !ipon tbe mo-t humann, miUI, roark,
grntk, an4 gTRroo, adopting a principle aa remir
pant to kumaaity aa it ia ineiitrat fak tk IkbXe
and dttractiTa tu liberty. Krery thinking bont
man rajpcu a la ptcuIaton, but now law m prac
tice frum cunaeieatioua motiraa' '''
fcTke world In gvneral Km denial your peoplfl a
akarw of iu bonora, bol tbe trite will aaeribe to yoa
a Jutt trib a iA rirtuoua praM for tb practice ot a
train of virtuoa. amongit whk h your tliaarrement
to Urery will be phn-ipally ranked. I eannnt but
wiah weft ta a people wbuee ayatem imitatea tbe? ex
ample (f lifm wlime life waa p-rfa-t; an-L beJir
me, I ahfcU annor tbe tjnakera lor their nMe (Tnrl
to abolik lUvery; tbey are equally eaJcuiated to
promote moral and political j-oud.
- "Would any one txTure that I am master of
bro of my own purcba f I am drawn along by
the general ineonvenienre of living without thettt. I
will not. I eannt juatify it; hnwrrer enlpablo my
eoadun, I wtll far pay my 4Toir to tdrtue na to
ova Ike xorlle a4 rrctitnd of W prrrepts,
and to kmeat my wa&t of conformity to tbrm. I
beUV a time will come when aa opportnaity will
1 atftr4d to aU.li thia lamesUble rH; er-ry-thing
we can do ia to itnpror it if it happenaMn our
dajr ; if not, let aa tranlmit to oar dWvadanti, to-gotb-r
with oar ttar ra, a rttty . fee tkei aabappT '
lot and an abhorrence of alerery. If we eanaot f
reduco thia wbtbed fur Tefvraaatio to practice let
u treat tbe unhappy rktiEOt witb lenity; it ia the
furtheat aJrance we can mb toward joatice; H ia
a dtbt wa owe to the parity ef ear religion, ta (how
that it ia at rariaace wivk that w which warrauu
alaTory.
tier la ah tnstsne tkat alVat meeting (tbe ttsxS
ef reverend doctor) kave done that whkV Irern-Hl
aad eUborata prencklne; could not efiact; a mut-b
prrcnt)ia are ue frijicUtiof con Wnco,a&a
tags of tboa mea who prJitI ta tifa fucsd bet
ter guiJe. X exhort yo t-Der-TTo iivao Worth r
etaaay antatun u iu Rtisnp, a few ,ta twkj
rtwoittiioa. - Some or yowr pcopW dlaagree, or atbtl
... I - I- ft V- m .
fw 4Drwa4TBi ua tne nooitutM 04 UTry. aiany
treat tbe rvaolafion a your meeting witk riiicli,
and ftmeag tkee wbo throw contempt npea ft are
cJergyrMft, abuaoasreat guard agaiaM botit ridkrale
snd contempt i arcertain Aetf JUaembly. 1 know
Be where a step; I eoobi aay saany tkingt oa thia
ai xt, a afck-je sknrwf whkk gtrea a gtoamypso
peet to future tinKS, t Xxcum Umi srr aad b.
v ? M l'one eAoitbjei aerrant,
, - . v . ? . "IaTarca Ilaaar, Ja."
- Tie Hsr&l Police of ct!:!y.
"Oae occurrence connectee with be mas
sacre at iort Pulow, has aroused a more
than ' usually deep feeling of Indignation
through all the loyal State. It is related
that a United States off.eer, coming 00 a Car
of trace boat to take away tbe wounded.
aner tne outcnery, xs&n ao far rorgetrul of
at position ana faonor, as to entertain in the
most cordial meaner, these burbarmns tost
rod with tj;e blood of their horrible mur
ders. We notice th is reported fact here, not
to remind the. rorernmcnt of Its dutr- as
we kcow tnat no one would be emckcr than
Gen. Grant or the Secretary of War to pun-
V jr. .. T - .
a .a.
ibu aowu ujBrnw'iui coQniYance.wuit crime
in an armt offlccr but to call attention to
a broader dot, of which tt is an indication.
There ts In our people," especially in our
bnblic men, a certain want of a stern' moral
judgment on disgraceful olTonccs,'aad a lack
of sensitiveness to p all io honor. It most
be remembered tliat ia' every: civilized so
ciety there are certain bf&necs whicb can--!
not be punished br the law; or If they are,
are only Inadequately atoned for. hen a
wealthy man, for instance, has cheated or
wronged tho poorwhen aa Influential cit.
foen haa eonmittcd some crime; from whose
eornwueaoes be basescBped by the lapse of
time or oj some wrtuen icgai tecantcaniy,
or when sr political leader baa been fafee to
hi country, and baa risked great jJnterests
ia period of triaV there are- no caitab
paaishneata tbr asch rrintea.? They are
outside- of the paid of ike law and court.
YcX tlif Inferos of society (k stand that sach
oCcaces should bavKpeciaUy punidxrdv They
f ra, the, vcry'jkins which da the moat, dam
age, and sip pUIq morale if Icik aawb.ip-.
ped of justice. -A y. t
There is need,"- ff -aeb M2fcndcrs, of a
moral fc Of ao iety. Iv'ow It U precisely
In tKiftrcry kia J of flic that 'American
society la moat daf'oat We- are a verr
good astared people. W e tro bl babft
of permitting all ktnda of opink?n limongst
as, and Of lotflriag W lUtlo as" possible
witb iadividaal&t and we have an overwvea
tag admiration fur success, 10 Uxat our toie
ratioa, hasmei b nu?4; - a yice We
bear with eatecrtJ rcffUfrr. or area treat
It sO rciWUuny that the Yuan!? must some-
thfte almost d&b t hlch is morteoartetl
boQor or dilMfvr.- A demccrsey is saKlto
be fcf 3 scasiti-re to rer3035al bone r tha aa
aristorrjttj, butjct, its pubUe epjjugn, whea
otco'fJunn-o-lH thr rami, tetTtWe. avceer
tad!, tyrant Ko punish meat Cr traiitrs
aiid ast-cttefit rogiesTOu'd over bs invented
aorucl ra tie i f of a deracrtle' so
elety, lf.lt saraa ci prt?l;f trained, We
k
now, idw:b ttit tigvf there ar hpnorcl
clrrloi tf A
;t t
: !;iy, 0"Mf;d
; , cm -..i, i.-.hr.
variivfiTt, t:M 1:
fend' a as i ty f.d
1 r' tv t '
.V'a's
V I
...'i
4S$bc-iior, H td-snM mm ts
f!:.r:.iUa
V- a.
MBER-JD,
honorafiia raern- Dimtn ' mw ? whv ttri at-
i tevtptmg ta enrierra "ae tffOorewmffyt at
the iorvh, end mo" up the) rnorarrt asiint
tiieiaw, aiwHefarfm-r, and rhrght t
trrmttd q mxillr: ' It shoald H Siftder
tnort in parfore and nt 'din ner-fables, tlmt
wo V TtM ewnp-miori witn Iresbihle tnti
t AM yet hendrH of respects!-? jbeor. ftr.
i . . a . -
rr-fwwaniryTrr-gTrctrngtnis,' iTfr inviting rrjnl
ana nonoraM etttxeaa to !t dow with
those. wbo bare, broken faith with their
country It may bo said that thia striet
oese would becosna bigotry. -Well, in s-nrh
a straggle aa this between. Ioya"ty and
Treaaon, we ought to be bigoted. '
After nearly a quarter of a anil: tea of liv-
have been offered an bloody battle-field end
ia hospitals, after three year of terrlMewar
and a vast destruction of property, it ought
not to be supposed that ta th fomenter of
this unhappy struggle, and tho abettori of
such treason, whether at the Xorth or tho
South, we coald be tolerant We may fir
give tbe deluded follower, but to the nf!i
cera and leaders of this rebellion, and their
accomplices in the free State, there eiwrht
J to be among the gentlemen of the Xorib, no
pardon, it scould be understood our
cinbs and saloons, in private hoa-v $nl
public fertiTitie, whether among armr3!i
cert or private eitiacaa, that it is not an
honorable thing to show hospitalities to, or
accept them from, a man who ,U aUinl
with treason towards his couatry. Them
oncht to le pride enough and honor enortgh
among our people, to show that we bold
treason, ana ail aullag and abetting of tren.
on, in it deserved contempt- , Thi off.eer,
who dined tho rebel butchers near, Fort
Pillow, of course will recire the ex ra
tions of the whole nation. But thij Is not
the first, nor will it be the laat, of such
toadyism.- There iaa plenty of it -now in
thia city, toward men wbo are known to bo
treasonable, to our government.,
Onee let it be understood that soeially
there it an cxrlusion and condemnation of
all known dishonorable and treasortabii
characters, no matter how raceeneful, and
society in America exercises a polite juris
diction over public men which it has sever
yet held, but which it sorely in.cJa. Sew
Tori Tmet. " ' - : '
Aa Importan t Setret Ctrcalar.
-: 4 llcxTsvaLE, Ala A pril 19, 1 SOt.
As the war progresses, evidences accoiaa
late of ao intention ta bring about a -revolt
of the sbve States, under whatever circum
stances might arise. "So matter what-.dis-
pawution the then incoming Administration
ahiuu lowaru u lr.iunona -ni-
nemy, matter Wbat Mdi.cIaimerH and
overtures miht be wade to sooth aad con-
tiliate ihe bontti, there w cv-ry vi.fneo
that the lenders prepared in sean to eouti
teractits clfevt aad plunge the eoantry into
wr. . .t ; .. . . .'
A nave to-day come if poieion of a se
cret circular, issued at Cliarlenton, fire
moathe before tie firing "on Sumter. The
document is genuine. It is signed by one
of the wealthhjst aad ablest lawyers of Sooth
Carolina, cad the Copy,wh"eh I eocK to
the TriUine waa addressed to one of the
most promibjent and influential citizens of
Alabama--a Huntaville rebel whom Gcr.
Ixvgaa ordered south oTtmr lines.
it should be borne ia mind that this cir
cular was issued before the meeting of the
Congress f ISC 1-2 -before tho introduc
tion of the Crittenden resolutions lfijr.
the Peace Congress.'"' Yet now, alter nearjv
threo years of unparaMefct war. yoa find
incompetent officers and unwonhv" eiticer.s
proposing thee mdid dim-Laiuiers aad over-
lures.
The italics In the fHowin crv of the
circular are mine : - - .
txrrrriTx CnAVBita,- Tux l.s AawciATtojc '
- - vCbrtBton, 13b 'oreber, 1SV )
In Septemlw last, several cvntlemen" ef
Cbarteatoa, met to confer in reference to th
position of the South in tk event of tho
acccmioti er ilr. Lincoln and tho llvpuUi
can party to power! Thia informal rnoet
ing was the origi of the organiw'tion
known in thht community as The lSo As
tociatiojj. v -
The object of the Associatioa are 1
1L To eondnet a eorrcspondenee with
leading men ia the South, and. bv an intt-r-
chang of Information and view. prepare
the slave Slate to ateet the Itanoo dins' cri-
2d. To prepare, print aad distribute in
the slave State, tracts, pamphlets, lc, de
signed te awaken thent to a conviction ff
their danper and to trrgw tho necessity h'
resitiig Kcrthern ant Federal agreeaion.
la iBatre Jato. tbe -doleear of the
State and to collect and arranirw iniwrma-
10a which in:vy aidUeLeciUtureta cal-
Ish prompt!, an efftive mHitary'orcani-
To C&Ck theaevediocts. it brief and tmrU
CoriStitatioa wtf adpted. creating a Pre-4-
and aa
chargol
e Ao-
clation; lCd,0vd paniphlets hare heet, pub
lished, aad demands thr further suprdieear
received front every qaarier.Tb Associa
tion it now pawing several 0 them through
a second and third edition.
' The Convention In several of the SoufB
era Sutr will soon bo elected. lie Xtffa
ts prepared fa xXe aad eoncUUttr fie Scmtk
hy dLtdJiPHts-anA ererNre. Tke meets of
tkitxliit olb4 dUaitrta to te rawse of
SwJher I'nhn cad jMdepmdtnt, m4 u
aetry fa r?$& aad dw it, Tb(JLs9oi
trtion ii preparing painphldli tri'4 fAiJ tpta'al
vrjiiu . t uaas are neeesnary to enatte u to
tctyroiiptly:-' The 168 AociatW i
LtU .irg1 f.-r the South.-' and asks your a5
t av"- oiHniiai erantr -i s.-
t . XT i . . i
i Chsimal ef the Kxeeatiro Conmltt?6,
'v. --j' --j iri . k vi . r. -
A
Pv
icrt!
t i E a V-
.st'f .'',;r
I 'iUaZe. it-?-; rot prove -tai wli" Uli ti
tear ehUiir Ue ibr tve e sta. ; :
oeat, a fticcrctaryj-and . Tra4urr,
Executive Committoe,' s)eciallr
with conducting tle budafss cf th
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