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M. .4 vonvn asp vuovmunm. xmxmu xx. - ' 1 : r as "Perpetual lVuy,!amt is tl;c Price of ttbtrtjj," for " imtx is, ahvans- Stealing from 'Mann to t!;c jm . ... f CEI AUI.OTTE. X. C. .5 UI.Y I O, 1 850. PUBLISHED WKEKLV, AT i ANXVM IS ADYAXCE. i KUMUEll 32. VT 'Ar?n! Ud: ' j",ici"' n,:e' fir8 1 " REMARKS OP ER. YTCBSTER, 'I--. I ,n ,.. 1 see no region , m-A. . Sketches of the North Oarcliaa Press. ..PP. Territory. .fi.cw.rd. o,ie..; .d , ,..,, , . , ' NO. a. IK .1.. I.,,., i., .a.... i i - --""I"""""- "-" 'mi'e, J..ne n r - - w "Mkcner nf cnuf, I,- . ... , , , , IVrl.JP. lo lliouaJ....lj..ylo ...m. i " n""" 'J";.. "I m Supreme . Cnllrtof llinl Slate in .hir-l. r.lV,. L Tlii folio of four FT"- '"PI!' work ! . , ... . . f t Wb.cli not er,lic critic..,., thai hold, inmji. c",l'-v l,ed' ful1 )'". ''lt d honor. ,Uo attention, i In 1.), lie published . II, story of North U hai i. H. twil o. .p orbn.v lif-. r- i i li, fluctuations nd it. v.t cuneern. V C ir-l.na in Ifoiolgmn. t own. J Abraham II xlge, uncle of William B.y. In ihe first number on this eulj-ct. put). :,n, K.q of P. iltigb, was a cotemporory, and li.hcd some tiirt linio since, llio bi.lory of , e,y eie,;e primer in ibe Stale. ih IVss was collated f"im it discovery in Of bin life, character and denh, the w tiler is lite I century, down to our It-jvolutiou. i riot ii.frnied. ha l uisclvri lbs right of in tkmg such proi Oa tl.e 7 h of SJarch, u.n licresfir. All ibi n-ft. on iliu mos Mil. Vi;hsti:h dir I Hflap. 1 .it.. .....m ... I. - .1.. .1 !.l i . . . mi u ir, iimi nii-ir , uiurouu caimciiun, ihRl, un itfr Hie law o i not tqmre red of it f r il... y buliming in nittirv, ibe-r! never cum ba tUtery in the the I ' iiitcd Siau-f, ilin clmrar:er of biih, ''"r'!""p'- ' 'lie fontidition of all. for slavery or no .laver, is not ed fi-d A 1,1 1 v' aaa osi ibo .oi,o. and I ot , . ..I - , ' . , , favor of llus oiiip-iidnirir, for l he rc. by . urapMlalle la. I ic.au, o, Hut ,ln ,hll , ,. f i(r, io(IJ BfC uimi.CM..Mi ,lt. opinion. I be opinion, a;r. has b e n a yo ,d snlu rly u ..m-r. s iry ; mid n sucb res'riciioii dct canvKisrd . in lbs coun'ry, and ibeie w!"c ffiiCr, nt d cieu. a k n f iespnloi tit. liHebeeii rompUints somHiiniPs f iprctf;.l ai crcae 8 ocreo of disralisfactn n From Iht Rahiph Slur. From the Rultigk Rrgittir. Sorih Carolina Initt rally- TUB It ASIIVII.I.F. CONVENTION- We learn that tiiero was a very Urn con- ' SPKAK OUT! roiirp of pprons in nltcinlnnc, and that ev. Why is it tlint the resolutions adeptf I y pry thing passed i.fT in a teinarkably pleas, the late I.nci Fnco Coiivcnlimi are nUu ant manner. On Tuesday evening the de- upon llieu'j'Cl of the Na-lui!l" J. .r. -(. Hairnets selected from the Freshman Clr.s", lion? S i far a the Miicidul pnj el m c(nitted themvlvps with credit. Om Wed- italpd in NorthCdolitia.il inahiii st r: ieday tuuriiinu I1d. Jas. C. Dubbin, ofTay. rlusively by the L-ico Kocn p.iriy. 'J'l. .-ttrville, delivered a capital address In-fore Presses of the patty in the EihIu ll ndm i the two Lilprary Societies, which te- ' ted the tnoven:ri.t. The chief orgno nl tl.-t j;iripd ns a most rich and beautiful produc- , party had '.he audacity to demand of our 'Kin. Ort the evening of the same dnv. Dr. riotic (intcrnor, that ho should convene i!, ' Tl-omas H. W tight of XVilmington, made a'n L-'gisliiliite, at heavy expense lu'jl.e Tn-.i" of Ilia d.lf rent Klitnrs, ere statrd. V'rooi t!iai period to the pr.-sonl much in I . I J . I -II I: I . p " . o O ' - J I - ...... 1 and decorous, nnj sametia.i.i .,. fllUd ,! ... . ,u 9" u'""8Cll"u. " eloqu-nt and feeling adircss to the Alutnni urv, in order, to secure a lepresentuti.m f. The Pre. of our o. e,3.e. front ,,. fl..tj the name of Joseph Gale, anpear. iuletnpty a, to become mere clamor. Iiu, c u " , ari Ibich in "7ide!!1fA,i0S!,, f1" W'M" te in the Convcntto,,-limiii. g In,- . i . ;. iln.Prnsii.ee in 1710 l.u t . . . . I. . , ... '-" ro oiy jjagrnfU' i(nim Sophomore Class declaimed. only ten d-y s consideration of ibe matter, m.toduc.ion into .lie I rovu.ee in 10. by , T) n.perly . I-.ucyclnt-tr lit a. the ptihlieiier j hve heard no aru nrt-.t upon any question of "Ml ucncpspiry, I vhull voto no as 1 vo- Tl e Valedictory Setmnn, delivered bv the nder prm,l,y, in .he event of refusal, of hn JiniP Divh, and tlm names aud characters ,f i, iSheflield U-i'rr No. I. i-i Enuland. ' law embraced in limt n,,i...r. .ti,-l. .h.L ,P:'"n former necnaion, aid shall upnon D. I),. Il.w.ner . reinrH,..! I. n'uhi.ll.r.;ilo.,.n,ui,.l,ul.:l ,v .,, ..r.,,,... in June, H7. He ft -d to Amctica from the She fitness with which I bold i' norha.si h "n,e,l,',,r'-1 4 'l lhe ''onoruhle merit jheardit. as ft most highly f. Uhed and x-' donation. A D-'leeato to NashviHn pie-. r.-rrri.!inn.of ttr.nnv in 1701 and settled ' hcnrH an rl -ii in, '.. L ''""" ' '"P" S'n. I cellent dirourae. ; dod over their Int..- fonvenliott, and the "It p rsrrutions oi ij r.nny in i , ji, and seined heard any d scust-nn uoon anv matter of fae'. onmi iH- .,-i .,,.-. - ,t...... .. i , .. . ., . , ; .. . . . . r ih m,irh !. i,,.,t,l i ' t i i i. i. . i u. -...v.. . uv,.,.,. i ne lollowmg was tne nravr oi t-xcrctses ons wio.oratot.?.iil on tne t ccas.on, to it f..rma-,..r tsc.lbcted ,et much .. needed ... ln IUIeigh. where ,n 179!), he established as to tb.t p,rt of the opinion which te... on ,- the ?,, d.y or Ms.ch. .La. I should te for lbe Commencement D.. : ! unbound! urattficui-n ol .he bundled n,..ke us lii-lory cmplete and san.fac.t-.rj. the pre.enl R.leigh Regiter, now conducted ; fact., which leads ti.e to doott.be BCI-ufy ; v ''m"i P"vi.o the pr.-cise giounds FORENOON I terrified " who were present, and to their The ruling power of KiigUud .eeu,ej,(by Lis grandson, Seamn (J.iles, K-q. In ' f my concluii n as lo that part of the o.in- S" d"f'" """e''n to strike olhet 3en J ,. " ' Saltm Band own unini.ukeable eatisfjction, were advo- W.lliamson, it. hi. History of Norlh j H(4. lb. offic. of .ho R,Ki,.or, with all its on which regarded the true construct ' or 'TV V',?? T f "T "i VI I " ' ! r'1'9 of lhe ?"T ."f; hen. . , i i - a , . . j ,. . , . . . I. "i.jor fi-Miion lo tint gen-'ml remaik which I imide, Convpniiipti til, nt I II,td these eeuileme-. (l' 'P',,"- 10 ,UVe appliance, W. burned lo the ground; but by . I might with more projr.ely ,ar. .Wl i... o, the coinion wl.irh I nmil i.n I tie 7 1 1. 1. OrationLiliii Salutatory. Hichato Mine-. a,rhr.(i vlr,.rr. nnnnlnr r.rrnr.T .t.n. ... . -:.L -L- ....!.. . . . " ' f . . '. . ". I tr li:.lifrh I . ' 1 . .. Ffltinin KMinsI lilts attempt to drug ISiirll. Caro'ina into the scheme f XV'as this nrui sion a stroke of policy? XVas the Conven tion afiaid to n:ecl the issue ? XVe incline t. that opiuino. XX o incline to the opinion, thnt these sachcnH knew loo well the state ofpuh lie fueling in the Slute realized loo seiisi ki.-wle.'ge a. a dangerous plant in the Pro t,0 generou. aid of friend, with the enter-1 literal tncon.n.r, of the resolutions bv wb.cb'"'f M.ch, thsl every 1 ot of lerrim-y of the lines. et.e mey w..uii noi i..e in.iiucu-d pr 20 0f the Kl.tor, it revived, and took an ; Tela, was aduiiuod into the L'oion ! I h I'ui'ed S'ntes ha. fiied character lor lave i .. ... -! ! -". ,..a.n.n, ctive pari lor Hie cntiotry, in us perilous heard no argument cn'cu'a'ed in the sliht . .V .. . . it.. .1 ..t . n. r t .......... . . . ! B ' s to that not io iiui utc vi in i rss on contest wiin rjiiglanu in the war ot any ixc.i ti whatever." Il w.i. a cause of lest decree, to alter that opiniun. I be Jr. Raleigh. 2 Oration "Quo PifTic ilitia H.ic Pin-tlariuj " ... i - - i.' i i. - ........ .... ...... . asninjTion j. nrrr. v.rt iivpuruun. : ry or no slavery ; it liters oe any ju tllic a' ton j 3. Oration " li.niienee "t Ueltgion on l.aw." rerniik, tt in. arisen here, Horn wht.t "'" i"J"lnf. r ri-j.K, 1. irairon. iniiuaui. i.ciijaiiiin iw. uubKP, corn er.ni. to be an iodi-tDosition lo define tl. boun- 1 .. 4- ,"i,1,on 1 ..,,,,.1. .jf.t . i" t.i. .niiiA.t i ..lit -i . i . v ,i i -., rayettfVille. .vvu.... v. v I o I mince, i ueitevc, who one sccoto, coticurres uaries ot .iew ititxico ; ma. is at. iui-ajnget j Oration Vincat Utilitai." Edward C. .f f1l! - - j - . 7 . . - - . r I u uiniiwu i itiivuv s Uraiitude, for which bir XV i.lium IIikley . b,b.urs, by a faithful and f.miliar hand, ! m il. A groat deal of surptise, real or alll-i- ,!'e,c A'' ,,,a, ' P1" of Texas was by . Chnmber., Montgomery oo eat thanks t llrtavetl. " that therw Was ! u,n.,U f,!l .K. ne.in.l .11...)..! i ...,l l. . . . the reso'u'tons of 1 91-j throw " , - r- -..v. . ico, oav u?en exprrsiea in tne crt-jntry at trie ' .. l .... . n-rv.r. .. : ..r u i .................. i r ' ral cn not a i iiii.tHg if. "I ' o" uu'iivro rroiinces." Sure'y, if sucb subjects afT.rded his I.ird ship st.y cau-e of coogialulaiion, the early liiitory of our Slate mutt bav filled bis loy al heart with hippi'ieas, i n under the geti. ; G Oration " The Co operation of ChritUanily blv the honest devotion of our people for Iha itorj ; and if, for Philosophy to.rd. tl.a Ciyilisvtioii of Alan. Union of the S.ates, to dure lo meot them on , kind." 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 (1. Jo in.lon, laruoioui i. i . . , , , , , , tes ol New Mex-1 b a question, which they hnve already discoun- . c f i.' n M ft rw 1 . . .... 4 Bill, under the influence of free govern- und his virtues have left behind a character ; 231 day of March, 1?4S, cxpftsed lbe svi.e ' occa nt, lbe Press, during the period which wo j worthy of reprd sod en.ul...ion. j oplnion 8,.no in ,t. ,MB', word..'mh ,,,(,',, !'1 18 ment are now considering, has s..aind io our (jiivernmei.l piiti..s aod p-iwer hitherto un known in lbe history of our race. Tymperly, in his K-.cclo i-J. of L"era ry and Ty p"graphical Anedloles ii.foims u that I he I'eied $atr had in 131, with a population of 13IH)(l,U00, mmo newtpnpers j t'usn atl Vufps witW a p-.juttion of 100,. ooo ono ! Sucb are ce-mrq-ipnces of Institutions and Laws that resin the idea of L-ke' peifvc 1 1 on of a Government, where every man may think what be pleases and speak wbat be thinks. At .hs com-n"ncemnt of the Revolution of 1770, the ott'y oewppers in our Slate, were at Newbern, XVilmington, Halifax, lvlenlon, snd lldlsbor.nigb. ..... r ..... . I - .( i.ii.iaiii,i vi M .in mil most ocratue in toe. ouniry. lo Jhose l announcement by me of ihl noinion. as .1 .. r.f,t.fini, iha bnnndie. who have the material at hand, snd ttwe ihme weie simelhin2 asw in it. Yet there co by any proceeding or process hereafter,; AFTLRJIOO.v . lenanced aed repudiated ! ability than the writer of thit, ibis duty t h rd have been no .,.,n,;s. r, ,!, .. ar lo petrlcincn, that if anv pnrtton ; Oration Dismembernunt of roland." Hut (ho Convention did virtually endorse conftld Hv m.ov ahve he is re mem I , "? ' L 'hi-h Ibey or I do not believe to be Tcss. "fn "U tfU,V.hed Dead'"'" snnclion ,i,e Nashville Convention, bv coniii.o. isy many now aine, ne i remnm ,,o htni hew in it. O hrr -n'lstnen have.i u i j. i -r .u 1 3. Oration. "Honor to th. Uistinjuislied Pead , , . ,...,,,- flk . , 11.. I.e. .. n. ;, I , . i.ou.u no t..o..oeicu iu o.caroo i ear, no n, ji infl;ienre upon lis character 01 a Walion. ' i o,,,"o(5 ... .f8nn . ...a. u..uT, am. Its 1 1 to w as men u . et nres.eil the ..me nm !.... . ' . r. ...... i.e.. r i. ... ..... ' o . .i,. t.;.......; r- ; i. .i..:.. r - .... ...... Kim. f,i.i.i win.- , ,n ior, iuhi in iiicuiioo ui o-y rcroarK is ap- j Julius A. i. . iu wun, ransnury iiiar.iiiy um i'iiwhu uuuiuiuiung ..iiu nnn ultimatum. o hope, therelore, that Uov. Manly will charge it upon their nominee from ihe hustings, and that the XVhtg Tiet-t in Ihe Stale wifi " ring the changes upon it,'' that Dutid 6'. R'id, receiving his tiominaiion at such hands, and under such circumstances, inthe A'ashville Contention Candidate thut Da'tid S. Rtid, w ho contributed, by his vote on the Oregon Dill, to brirg oo the dlsasirou issues of the day, and who is, in part, respmi sible for the ctisi. in which the Union is in volved, is now a disciple of those, who ori ginated the Southern Convention project, with a view to .ha formation of a Southern Con federacy ! XVe call upon the people to nvirf' ftf. Dotid S. Reid has many a political plague spot upon his name, but by thia one, shall he bo known and condemned longest ! tiered if h pleasure. .ive end full of gentleness, sod bis Ulenls sm Itnj f(j , ,rech nuds hers on the 'phcable. And therefore, I do feel, as I hid I 3 Oraiion.-" Tho early Hinory ef North Ca occssion to i-ty lo or three daj. sgo. ihal , """' -". "" ) . ' . 1 Lint 'I Oration. "Revolution sun Reform, ol the u is at me uitno.i itupmiance io pnt. tnts mil ; x,x Celllurv .. Thomas Settle. Jr.. Rockingham 'ni "Kiu- i nun i , ,i . i ,i ... .1 I . J. C. a 1 Tl V - - .,.r L J V sL ' i xn ,, rHU Ul MI' IC II! ) UJ B UVUI1U6 UUUT1- ; Cq. . ..- ,.Uu,.,.,ru ... """"obody here round anjfiult-alabich Hob. dv'dsry, fixed now. and fued force-, between! S. Oration. -' Reformation of the XVI Cenlu- Csrolms, are as follows: ; heie cavilled or made question, and tiubmlv ' lerntorv of New Mexico and Texss, or ry" llmry llardia. Raleieh. , . i . i ii i -i- , " ' . ... . r v iii . t ' G. I he reading of the Annual Report. 1 Aurora, Wirninjton by ll.nryt. Tools. ' , he coun'ry. . j the If. nits of ,V Mexico pd the limits of i . T CoEft.r'in of ,.,0(rrcc,. 9 . Altamarls llull.lm. f.drntor, 1 . . M.n,e. ; Tiias. Ucre lbe question lies. If gentle- , g. Or.tion.-TbJ .Valedictory. J..0 Hill, XVII. I ilrs':: W -b respect to the .thsr ground on which ,e ti ish to ac, efticetH.y fr their own , ,. . mine,o. S B.hlie.t K.em.ler. R.leigli, Tl.o.na lerediih. I f.v opinion is founded, that i, the hibi.ti- poses, here il is, in my poor judgment, that j 9 ,U!'"5 G. I'ommon ediool Advouai, (iuiltord, N. .Men. ; probab.'ity, in point of fact, 'hat .friesn .l.vo : 'hey are called up. n to act. Aid the tb'tig i 10' Ben 10 ,on- dt.lll. ... , , . to bo done, and dona al oticc, is lo fix Ihe! The following young gentlemen received - . M.MUIUIJ. uruncr. sag ""uiivh -u "i any . ... . r v.- vi. ...... .t.n At.nm r.f It. i l..r.i..-..r.--.r-r.- rz- " - 8 rhr,..,;;'8.,n.r.U.WCom Chn. .. .. -V Mr. rresldint, n hen I see gentlemen f. o-n : Jol Clifion Blake, 9. Charlotte J.urn.1. Cbarlult, T. J. Ilolton. ' "i late treaty with Mexico, I hV8 learn- rr.y o n pari of the country, no doubt from 1 J F. Cam, 10 'oni..u.icalor. Fav.ll.Viil.. Wiiiiam Poller. k....l ,l.;.. r.... ,l,.i A i ' rtmlirea of il. hiuheat et,.ntr ami fn. n ,,t ' J'llh'S A. Caldwell, .... , - ;v. H'lllllllU, IIV.IU IIWilllllVi IMIIU lll.l . I". " . ... .1 .....r...... o i. IL 11 . -...L . i r e' . " A Holt C.rrijan, ha.ntcrs, avette (Jurrrll, ilairslou, Monry Hardi., . .... ... ..... 1 i .. i r l i .i laoison ijunK.ii., I hat is called the Wilmot Proviso f;om tlese Rr,", nien " " " ,lom ' nive secustr.m- ; Join led to r.ct 10 trie rcnaie lor K a cilturcul vte ui-iiard tlines. Jr.. lirely cot.fir.nrd .ha! spin- D'"'I"I0,W U-posrs, not concurnrjr in any , K Cokt! cl . , I of these great qu'.licns .th ti.jsell, I am j. LaFave y julgrosnlonths m Uter. ware lh , , lk eo m t.,f an vncon Koitctt a 1 II h...ru.,i. U.I. ml. IV. II loiika. 13 Fayetuvttla OlMM-rver. F.yeli.ville, E J Kale, j'his, that has not entire 13. Uold.borourri 1'atriot, OulUrtwrooirU, VI . hutt. Thit heinn nv jB00 i j j- 6 - nware thai I am taking on my 14. t;BdtMro Telegraph, Goldrbore'. W. F. S. A). I vo'ed tery readilv and cheerfully lo exclude ! mon decree of responsibility st on. 1 r.'r.ii.illa Wl if. Oiford. O.nrre Wortham 16. Ureen.boro' Patriot, Oresii.boro', Swaim and i Territorial bills, or lo kfep it out, rather, Tho fuel that Wa.Uinjtnn r -Kerr, John .Manning, Jr. J .mes I!. Mcinli iihull, Robert II. Sandfnrd, Thomas Settle, Jr. J'isrph (i. Small, Robert L. Smith. Samuel Irwin VS hitfield, Ri.-hard fl. Whitfield, V. Whyto. Win. II. Jj')n8on, Khrrwood. 17. Ifalif.s Republican. Halifax. C. N. XVcbb. 1. II llaborouh R.rorder, I'rnnia Heartt. Ilillaboroujh Dem.orot, Jnhn IS Itunting. I ihpir ntn rttilifa in lh ame .9 1. na nrat. Itain.miii R IIiikIii ',rn ' mo,"m M ,nade 10 in'e it. I ; y rd me 0 re C(,nj,Urr a)y own ;wrWi ,0 A corre,pondcnt of ,,,e R.gis,er iays .dtd.o, upon a very full and deep conviction re-exainina my on opinion, to re j .d-e my j .j-he p)eeC,cf tlf Mr. Kerr, Mr. Hurke, ! L.i ..i .f f V .. C I l,t. iii.l.inis.nt A nrl nnsa. bis ti.af I h ma i ... . .- . n. : uiai on set ui uuii.vrris. no nravisimi ni itv u i'gi.vu . s. . uu a ii-mw 1 i .1. ..- n- u n 1 . i " ' r J ' in pmir,.. l.inraliiton. Tlmt J. Kcclft ft.n nprravart? in snt ttartn fur lhat miptra ! gone trirOUll. IMS process. Without pr.J m CP, ',,,, ntr.anl with ihl of the firmer. s V I Vt' I . I L.nl..tl Tar lift. 1 , a . . si . . a 1 14 K ' i " 7 ' - . I rvA..n ... f! nmUii.lt I ESlI-o rtr.i.a c,.itrl'l..i i . 1 - . . . . l. r.u I.-........1U 11.1 J3 M.lto-t broniiU. M.tton. C. N. B. Kvaos. . tl.at there were natural and sfi,.:.enl rens " ? 24- Xlo'intain Banner, Kuihcrfordlon, Thomas il. i nd Causes eicludins forever African slaverv . mmn hi- a aenae cf dntv lo Inks a course which ' , ' llaadan . t . . ' ! OPII ligh, and XVarrenmn It is to be tegretted lhat no file, are ex aut , of this period, or within (he control of the j wri'cr of this sketch, whieh show " the form , 1 umwii und ptf ssure of the times or tl.e chjraclers j 09 0rth Carolina Farmer, R.leigh, Thos. J. Ls of the F.litors. L. ..m;.. ...r II M.vh.w. XVe obicrve that the L-gtilslure ol XV.. 1,.; vcr.,e., K,pnhticsti. Newtmrn.W.n B Ciulick. . . 1 1 , -n Nurih Mai. H h.ff, vv.a hington. It. I'l.nmocK constn, at a recent se.M...., has ordered thai MJ- sta j;llt,lwlh Vy. S 0 Pools. iho County Court C lerks of each C ounty, t 3.1. pn.niiiv. It .pti.t, R.ioigh, Burwell Tompls. j as I hope iit.d Ctirtaiiilj I have done sounder t Par(,d more purey original than on) ilho greatest feeling of regret, al being call, d 0ipr j ,)eardi ,, j mj k(J Kerr'si ! upon tv a sene ct amy to ibko a course wmcn : . i;.., h.. 1 25 North Carolina Standard. Ralsigb. XV. XV. HeU bose regions. That was my judgment, ; n.ay d.-sa'ts'y so r,e lowborn I shou'd lJiR(.v. Mr. De den. , land I acted, on it) and i: is my jidRmH, j dkNr,,u of ',dertllR y pubhe course and j r,,m!,,8lice , 2f. Norlh Carolinian, K.vcitsvilla, XVm. II. II iyn. . , ' every event aid action of my public life ac : iki..', i. North Carolina ll.rald. A.hborough, K II. Those who think dilT.reti.ly, trill, of; .;Le-yet cannol ,,aM f,um niy 0 n ; " -kt ' vcrv has been modelled upon lhat of the ems- 1 hete is considerable 2 between tie two gentlemen. speech was perhaps Iho most cen:Lie vol I cannot narl l-om mv on; r..u. .1-.: 1. : i j . ,. . , t -1 . , M i uraceiunv oenveieu i u ihuciiiit i-ai hcu course, pu.sue a d.fferent i.ne of conduct, .ol.et.led optn.ons. I le.vo con.rquences ! uch ar.e.nicn in tho audience. Mr. John accordincs with ihe.rosn itJgmen's. lhat j the.nsenes. 11. s a great emergency, .greai g,on.s WBJ ar) (.fr.)r, afler my 0WM ieal, me 1 my opinion iheo, snd it hss been strength- .I..II .,.l.,.l,8 in the name of lbe County.'31 f'ymoum 1 .me.. . ijmou.n, m r. w. . . ' 11 11 1, 'raui hw aipri thinu tl-al 1 h.va lmSn,l , .... -; ( j,mii.hl w Inch we call the l'h;losophy oi Ills- hington. II Di.nmock. enst hyeiery thinglt.atl have learie.J . con,;,..,,,-.. And here let me say ,..b i . ...,...,..... . jsincs.and I have no more apprehension to-j ,hal neithrr here nor el.e.here has any thing of ;"hom iuch Yigh hopes ore ..te. lained fur a copy of each piper printed in ibe Coun ty for r'erence, lo be booud up and pre set ved. It would be a worthy enactmsnt of our General Assembly ; and futther, to direct the Stale I.ibrsiian lo procure a copy of eech paper pri..t-.J in Ihe Sialo, lo b ptesetved in like matttier. Their valuo would increase with their years, and bo a most useful and reliable source of reference. The Constitution, mado at Halifax, in t 71, was printed, st well as the Acts of the Legislature, the first that assembled under the Constitution, by James I)avi, al New. bern, in April, 1777. .hues Ddvis wlis, as slated in a previous number of tbe.s Sketches, a Virginian by birth, and was appointed, under the Colonial Government, Post Mssier nl Newbetn, by Betijtmin Franklin, mid also held the com mission of a magistrate, from Gov. Tryon lbs last but one, of tho R-y.il Governors. Tho Piivata Act. of lbe General Assctn bly, from 1713 to 17(D, were printed at Newbern, by Francois X. M .rlin, in 1701. The life snd character of Francois X-ivicr Mailin, is full of inteieal. The lesion it tescbes is full of encourage mnt to tho industrious, prudent and perse vering. Ho was Frenchman by birth, as his name indicates, without fortune and frionds, but by application and industry rose to the highest ranks of society. Ia 1791, lbe Legislature sff.rded him, aid in publish - ing the statutes of F.ngland in force and use jn this State. In 1803 he was employed by the saute to publish a revisal of the acts of Ihe Proprietary, Royal and Stale Govern menls. lo 1809, he was appointed by Mr 1 .1.'.. halo Rrn.ter. Ralriih. San ton Gales. .16. R.leifh Star, Kali(h, rhoe. J. l.einay a. s-on. S7 R.leijh Tim... R.leigh, C. C. Robats.a. 38. Kelig.o.n liitullig.nuar, Wilmington, J. Mo. Pa nisi. 33. Spirit of the Ags. R.lrigh, Alex. M. Gjiman. 4U. Southern Advocate. Kaloigh, Burwefl Temple 41. Tarborough Froe Prsns, Tarboro', Oeo. Hoar. rd. Jr, day or Ihe introduction or eatabliihrnei.t oljbcrii atlvanceu io snow mat on .ma s tj 'ct . emf,OJ jlg him,ef in investigations so rare, African slavery in these Territories, lhan I ' 1 ,,8Te ,s,d or done "" ll,,n 'fconsieni, in , pf()fimrid afld iostructive. The Valedictory have of ita introduction into and eatabkah ' ,he ',8n'e'-,'',.."e "" "nV peeeb." po- j , Mf , wns be compi(TlcntPj by ,he have onu introduction into, and estabkah- ef)1 or pVef or d,,c,rallrn ,., ever de. . uf,cnnIro,uble emo(inn. of' hii dasMnales men! in Massachusetts. , liverrd in my li'e; ard all would be convmred ! a(ld ,,, mpatnv nf ,,e audience. XV ell, sir, 1 have voted not to place in these , of this it mer. would stop in cotwder, nnd ioor prom ie CuPge Repotl, I learned that jViixlivillt: Contention at the SorTit nnd Abolition txrittment$ at Ihe North ! How little do ihey e(T. ct the onward course of this great Republic ! Eddies and ripples in tho tide how goon they are absorbed in Ihe might v current n hich, knowing " no retiring I ebb," s'ill keeps due on, enlarging as it goes, "stiong without rage, witboul overflowing full," and bearing upon its bosom a destiny in comparison with which the fortunes of CV sar are no more than the theme of a nursery isle! XV iih whatever freedom or flippancy men in any part afthe Union, politicians, enthusi asts, fanatics, or others, may indulge in talk concerning the unity of this Republic and the facility with which il may be disintegra ted, they would ba very apt, if Ihey should embody their ideas and purposes of dissolu tion in an overt act, to find themselves con fronted by one of the sternest and most ter rific realities that ever frowned upon treason. In the mean time the talk does little harm. liultu. Ameritan. Territorial bills what is called the XX'lhsctj . - I 1 11 III 111-3 vmi. Jja a.ipuii, . ivuiii.il iiiui jot real d fjatences;and distinctions. I.ul where I (he Ffst r)lg. jnc,j(m in the Senior Cla was i vi r i iui mi umv -ss un is ttincu i uc ii i'isiui . a i . a L j. ,l rj H t general denunciation, here all is clamori j h d b Messrs. Hill, Johnston Rt.dKerr; Proviso, and bv lhat vote having non.f. d a . -n .. :n. ....i ....... ,i. k..1 . ' . . v. . . .. .-. . . 43. Wilmingtoa Chronicle, W.lming.on. A. A. j ' , , u . " ' -" -ry . , he SrconU oy Mes,rs. Caldwell, CUnmUers, II (disposition to exclude Ihe prohibition, ss a ' there is no search after exact truth, no honest ; n ..,. Matnino and Smith; the 43. Wilmington Journal, XVilmington. Fulton thing unnoceisary, I am now called upon to j dipositien to icq lire whether one opinion is ) T)itd hy Messrs. Hardie, R. II. Whitfield Price. I I .1 .. , .An. ,1,. .. I V, . . I. .. auu . I ... .1 1 In . : .... . " ii tva ...n Caaifflarriil Wdo.intton Tho. vote Upon this amendment, moved by I IC hotl- , " " . ' ' ' . ami ci.ie. i.n. i. i.iei. vh "uh-.ii .iu... .... 41. Wilmington Camm.rc.al, u dMintteii, t rto.. p , j I lhat way of proceeding, may be procla.med Cu,, 0 dilty duiing the f,,ur v,.ar..jncudin Loring ornb'o n.p.iibcr Iroin duniani, fXIr. ooule.) , i.. i,iB1,i ,fcr,.f, i ,' i i . 43. Wsde.bo.oujh Argus. Wad sboro'. Samuel Ful. v Mo be uicon..tent. I nearly 5000 attendances. Mr. Johnston was ton. b.ch provides thai Ihe Stales formed out op fso, I do not lke the trouble to an lal,se, i,ut lwjce from rnyers and once from 40. XV.ldon Horald, Weldon, J.s. r.Mmmona. jew Mexico and Utah shall have Ihe right swer Ititngs ot tn-s sort ins. appear in inepuu- . j;(.cila,jon. i. .-..i.i ...... J .1.1. .beirh f,r hetond its I ... i r . ,l k... he press. 1 know II otiid be useless. 1 Dose I. .UU.U i.tciiu mil n . .... , i .1111 Hi.l.irvn u. uiai.111 lliei. u II iiiia.i.w- " . Ii . .A proper length lo delail in this number the merits of each paper, or to attempt to vkeich ihe character and pursuit of each of the pro prietors. The material has been procured, and will be given in another number, at some future period. This shall be done faitly and j.istlj - "nothing extenuated or aught set down in malice," so lhat ihose who come alter us shall not be al ihe same loss, as we arc now, ol the name, character and talents of those who exerciao at th.e day so impoitant an influence un the public mind and murals. TACI TVS. I oho are of an unfriendly d.spos.ii.n wou'd In lbe Sophomore Class, the First Distinc tion was assigned to Mr. Moore; the Second lo Mestis. Gilliam, Silcr and J. J. Slade and also, to lower drgtoo, to Messrs. Brett, Xeby ard A. R.Smith. Mr. J. J. Slade has not been absent du.ing the twu years of his career. In lbe Freshman Class, tho First Distinc tion was assigned to Messrs. Hall, Law euce, . CURIOUS EPITAPH. Pickets., in bis" Household Words," nivis the following a literal transcript of an in scripiion on a tombstone in a churchyatd in Dorsetshire, vizi ' Hre lies the body ol Lady O'Looney great neice of liurke, com .,,nlv called tho subline. She was b!ai.!. passionate and deeply teligiousj ,no I menr,nenl,and I shall vote for it psiutod in water coiora, anu twin lures lo the exhibition. She was first-cousin lo Ltdy Jones , snd of such is the kingdom of Heaven." lions lo Congress conlnrmab y lo the Cons . ; nn, bUsh my f xptBDnns or d s'.ineii ins, i! tutinn of the United Slates, with or without I ere to make them. But, sir, if any gen- prohibition sgiinst slavery, ss tho people of Heman here has any thing to say on this sub i -i- i . . i c.i... iect thrush I throw cut no challenge yet, those Pernio. ie, about to become h'aics, J"-' "B ' j , , if sny gentleman heio chooses lo undurtoke may see fit to declare. I have not seen inuc j (he ,Rkan, n)Bny the.e possib y a-e, v. ho practical utility in this amendment, I agree. ! thu k tt an easy tas.k to show in whit re- Never.heless, if I should vote, now thai it is sped any thing thai I sj.d in d.oate here on ! j Morehcad, Poell,J. M. Spencer and presented lo me, against it, it might lesie tne ! be ?.h of March, ot any thing contained in j VVhile . ,he Second ,0 Messr8. jjjU0i Chaln. r i , , my letter to the ceiitlen-.en cf Newburypnrl. b t. j gcies. Torrence and XVhitfield. open to su.p.c.on of m.eud ng, or w.sh.ag to , ' i.c-vesisleot w.ih sny .'"'V V u r.,rpe.. J. r.. see thai accomp'.shed in another way hete-, colded ppjrjicn of mine, since Ihe subject of j Morehend, Pool,' Robinson, J. M. Spencer after which 1 did not choose to set accom- .tl.e annexation of Texas began in 1S37, I wdl and v hi field, have not been absent during nlishrd bv the introduc'.iori of the Wilmol cerl.nly anser him with great re.peci aoo , lhe ar. . . . . 'coutt.sv, "d shall be content to stand or tall iovia. I u.l 1. .u snj , il m.gui aaeu. " ' . by ,he j,jdgmem 0f ,h. coUOtry Sir, my olj -ct is peace 'HANDLING MOLTEN LEAD AND IRON. The Boston Traveller says experiments similar to those recently made in France, by which molten lead and iron are handled with entire impunity, the hands and arms being buldly immersed in the boiling liquids, have been tried with equal success at the scienti fic school, Cambridge. A fortuitous circum slanco discovered that the apparently won derful results were nothing but the simple effect of what is called the spheroidal condi tion of water or moisture. The theory of the thing is, that when the metal has attain ed a high degree of heat, it changes the spheroidal forms, which prevent the imme diate contact of the iron with the skin. The experiments are to be repeated before the Natural History Society of Boston soon. U so, ihey will be duly reported. voting sgainst mat form oi exclusion or pru. hibition, I might be willing still that thc-te ' conciliation. My purpose is, not lo maho up should be a chance hereafter lo enforce it in a case fur the Sou'h. My object is not to avi i . . . rnrt inilA nan le and irritatine controversies. some other way. mow, i mioa iiiui ing-uu--- - XV hy does an aching tooth imKse ailence on the suiruter? Because it makea him hold Ais J4tr. II - t.,.-.l iiluna tfnrtli nnd South. , , :i aiu annnia i"-i - "i ousnes and aleadmes. of purposo, under these Mfiow Bnd K)ra, cpn(est8. i circumstances, compel me lo vote fir the a i am ttn" American, and I know no locality in I do it ex. America ihsi is not my country. My heart, t .. jr ac.ly on the same ground, lhat I voted a- my sentiments, my judgment, uemanu , me c . - , , a j lhat I shall pursue such t course as shall pro gs in.l tho introduction of the proviso. And , m harmony, and the Un.on let it be remombered that 1 am now speaking . o( ,hole country. This I shall do, God of Now Mexico and Utah, and other lernto nes scnuired from Mexico; snd of nothing willing, to tho end of the chapter. Tho honorable Senator resumed Ins seat else. I confine n.yielf to these ; and, as iotnid.t general applause from the gallery. l'lie Degree of Master of Arts was con ferred in regular course upon the following My object is re- j Alumni ! Messrs. J. S. Amis, XV. XV. Avery, C. C. Baltic, XV. IS. Urvan, t.eo. llairston, XV m. Hill. E. C. Hines, D. S. Johnston, J. J. Kindred, R. S. Mason, J.D- Myiick, R. XV. XVinborne, Doctors P. A- Holt, T. N. Me. bane, J. XV. Tucker and J. T. XVatson, lien. E. J. Mallet, lhe Rev. T. F. Pivis, and the Hon. J. C. Dobbin; and also upon the Rev. J. B. Donnelly. The Degree of Bachelor of Laws was conferred upon Joseph J. l)tvis, Eq., of Fratiklm county. LLD'i, none; D. D's, none. The Caldwell Monument Fund wns increas ed from 5650 to S71U, by subscriptions du ring tho week. PETRIFACTIONS. About sixty miles above George to wa, Wif liamson county, Texas, there is valley of petrifactions probably unequalled on the globe. Not only prostrate treea are petrifi ed into ihe finest flint, but leaves of trees, dowers of plants and often the whole plant bearing fruit is petrified. A large tarrantala was found as natural as life, sitting on a rock completely and in every part turned lo atone. An enormous Indian arrow head haa also been found. The petrifactions and the floral beau ties there hardened into rock, would astonish and delinhl the naturalist. An Irish laborer, in the employ nf the ci ty of St. Louis, presented a bill to the corpo ration a few daya since, for thirty-nine and three q iatter day's work, performed during the month of May. O-The celebration of the battle of Bun kcr Hill on the 17th ult- at Boston, was an imposing affair. Edward Everett, Esq-, de livered the oration.