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(rami MY EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 'IJcrpctual Uigitaiuc is t!,c Price of- 1'ibcrin," for "poxuer is dears dealing frcm t!;c illann to t!;t Jew.' VOLUME XXI. CHARLOTTE. X. C. 31 AY Vh 1S51. P V II I.I S 1 1 K I W EE K LY, i47 -i I'.K AM.tl .V ADVAMt. GREAT BRITAIN AND SECESSION. A correspondent ef (he New York Herald, writing from Charleston under date of the 23J nut., 80)i ; " We have sa'isfartory authority in say. irig distiicily iu the fullest confidence (f its From the Richmond Whig. SIR HENRY Bl'LWF.R AND SOUTH CAR. OL1.NA. The Uit oflhii clever diplomat and cun ing intriguant to South Carolina, at lliis time, hit eicited tome suspicion that he hai ihtr purpose! in view than the mere refl ation of travel and a natural desire to fee the tocial life and nerulisr rhar.rn.ri.il... . r ih. teces.ion of the Southern Sietet, or the sepa a .1 a. . it j f,,e secessiui of South Carolina : and not bo- eitreme Southern States. II. enjoy., and no (CllUM ge ht( . foolboM'for .,, kbo. doubt deservedly, the reputation of being one jlitjnn of slavery in the South, because that of the moat accomplished diplomatist hi;h' 'J19 i porfecUy absurd, The experience of Great Britain hat ever accredited to the Go- '" L -'"Inierstou and her Majesty's gov. IV,.i.. u;..i, i . ii "-"-e-t in the Wet Indies, has uret y i lP-c- ytroinenl. L-uring hit wbolo career l.e hat , . ,. fll . . r . . j lively cured (hem of the philanthropic absur ahon himseira very fit instrument for car ditiea of Witberforce, especially where they ryinj out the artful policy of that country in , will not pay Abolition is nut the thing after endeavoring to embroil foreign State., and to '" ' "tberise. t...-ir in,. A .i I G'tut Britain desires free trade with the mercial importance. It it well known SOUTH CAROLINA. THE FIRST STONE. Judge Hutler (as reported in the Charles- Arlington IIuise, An.il llih, 1501. ton papers) aHmiit that South Carolina is nut Ta the Editvr of the Alexandria Gazette; united, because of ihu" Strong Opposition of! . tserjrig in your valuabl. journal of a Idle ilate, the commercial interest.." lie micht have ' f . t-lor,. placed on the ruins of tho .J.4l,i. u i fT i . Ilouss in wliich the lelovfd Waaliini-toii first saw added th.t secession would make Chsrleiton .... ,iph, ,. m. , rk. , . , in a very few years as complete a ruin as the that iMcr.sting event, ss it occurred ax and thirty 1615. I saileil in nf own ve'. lbs I. ..I..- It,.,!., !.,. j u . isuj t ma i.uKe,' a tin. louaail sclieoner ol nine . . " 'V tnnt acromnanted bv two pent rinan. Mruri VILLI AM' The Cairo Sun says, that a few dayt since mo men in a wagon, when wilhin n couple of miles of Jonesb iro', Union ci un y, llhiois, asked a farmer, who was the hen west mer from iht IUt htr.i'iid lit publican. Advive t the 1'i-chm. Tht C'inu'u'1011 "I lie eteran RiThi"-' fjretl! uii.ln 9. to li e ul I c cMaun a pit te correcliiebs, that the government of Great wave covered fragments of l yre. Tho "com- to. liritain is favorably disposed is the combined mercial interest" foresees some hire of that. 1 1,1 ..-. I 1 1 (1 I t I mAm -Til chant in the town? The farmer, mentioned ' advice to his b.eiherti of fl.e j re-, ntu-tr some merrt'Bttts, and amotg the number spoke is to replete :l!i t-ulhbiid s in,i irjutu cf a Mr. D.shon. They drove their Haun w c,nt ,fI1). ourfelvc Oi- plta,.b.0 up to Dishou's slore ami n ontsie(l him to , , , . , .. .... . , . . i - a i i ot p acin it be '.ore i ur reticuit : j , til- if I 1 vii)iiiiiicu ii. iw vsiiiiitiiivii, nirsill. i ' a i i t r muted to secede peaceable, to be let ulne Lewj. ind (Byrnes, bound to Pope's (reek, in iho t in their waon) in hia slote for the niaht. , "One word to n v b tii en or th pie-, 'he very thing they have so long aked fur t'onnu y Westmoreland, carrying with us a slab 1 After urging some otj'-ction, Mr. D. finally and I l ave done, '.'be, litVeenUid rii n is that which they dread ! 'The fameorglo- ' f ieTiui. having tlie folluwiug insc;j.tioii : jeojvoted to tuko the box in his Blote n '-"n- elstan of tb pitss ' FiLti U.irlnt1 1.1 l ry of such an heroic achievement as trees I IIFRE tion w ould be lost. There would be none of j TllE 1,T" f'' Febrlarv, 1732. (old sti lk ) it. The knight errant and his '.-quire nouM I WASHINGTON trudge on their lonely way, with no people n i . l i ., " n. . . , , . ' 1 Our pilot approached the Wo'moreland sl oro on earth to SJ mpathlZ. With, hear or to Com- c,utiou.ly, as our Teasel drew nearly eight feet a bat them. Isolation from all ihut ii human, ter. snd the pilot but indillurently arquaintcd ail tnut i$ kindred, all thst waa common w ith wim to uniitiiuetiita a navigation The men then put up their horses for the all those an. table epilhel. l.ich levin to i- niht, nnd eaily on tl.e following mo lung me so'i e right to eptnl: to them in tl c chare..-." had their wagon at stote duor to pel their te'. Y u hae a piofi ss:i n. yenileu.en, i f bos ami start nn their journey. Mr. D. then ' the hih's iinpuriHiee to our country . lit misled a bolt of brondcloib from hi ci unler. luct, I do lint see how a j;iiut rrj uhlir can bo His suspicion beitio roused, he examined bis supporiid wtlxoi an ir ci u ediaie ornn. derk. and discovf red thai fie bundled dollars which il.ali n di I.ih,-.h li.e arts of their c- other communiMes, all that it great in cntin . .We "l:llu'eii at some distance 'romtl.e land, and )a(1 bee Mo)e0 jJurin" the niht. He then ' geiils to the p.-o.'e.i.r tl.e pimot.s of the peo D tukiriir Id nur tinuti u-i. iAnn rn ..1 i kB .......tl. ..r n " . . .. . . told the men that the box musi not be isken pie to H; ir f u s. h as examined. They ; the pie. luko their box, and as ' peuph:. loll III ! 1 1 U4HI.U 1 s e l lc Hi hi ;lI.ci- to I hi) Cl U'sr, bft a piolitsu n L '"' Cotton S:ales. and eueemlli. ih ii,nr...lu n. I : 'iking lo our boal .1... , ' . r J f ' :" K"'""o" memory, or ueauinu. in u.o . ., !rvi,.. C,V. .nH I'K'i Hr Bl nrilimri flntmi pan cinrB H . . I I r. . J . I . . ' I . J - t . J . 1 ' I "S "Y " , . , I 'i-i ... . 1. . . . i :.. . hen Minister to Soain he was ne.r in.,. I. i . r-- ... v. , ,Uiuie uuiuiwn, complete, orear) ana oiac K we fall in with M.Ksinie Ueverly, Etq , and sever. Irom the store until it hbs examinee, i ney , me pas i n.t neo Kiinisirr o opsin, ne was near involv- the col Inn trade. And to p mnhis sdvinne . il, ...!:., ....r....... r.i. i....i .1 . 1-..1 . J.j ',' .1... .1 .,...1.1 ...t,. .i..... 1.. . ... 1 ..,.. 1.. I, .i...,.i,! I. n --( niv ewilig i l.MijjCIT:ll Ul IIIV ll'IIVIt I I 111 IHiiunn m vm a mshiiii' T t alllU lleU W H UIO S W 1)1 U I II d I ilirV nUUlU tUtU UliU I J wi -1- - e .uii', :the will ratify a treats ol Iriendship and re- i mal, awaits that Slate, which, in its madness, "orweruf the property that formed the oljet of 1 ,lfv rghed t. tnktt hold of it Mr. D. s'epped of hili honor lu ihuso who tfliciate at i's C'pfucily.andoralliHnce.oireiisiveanddefen. shall fly front the Union ! ourv.-it. U' 7'.r-l,'"ll3r coied "ivid. ' ou,-of i:ie rioort and ocltedl them .11. IIjv. i fountain. I wiild rertamlv bo one a the down l,'B defensive t-ugagement to J'tartabU, in one tense, we doubt not. se- f bn't.Mone" "s opened . most dign.ri.-d pu-tuitt in society if it wer- protect, in catn of necesity, the tost lution . cession wi uld be. The Senator and Rep-' Hesiroue of making the ceremonial of denro.it ing "d the men taken. '1'he ltd w as knot ked ' conducieii in ihe s;u 11 which b' come its lin ing Europe in a general war. Since his mis. , he will ratify a treat) ol sioa 10 miscouniry no nss trrqiientiy meddled with mafers not coming strictly within the sphere of his legitimate duti.s. Nuone can es- 7 V; ,. 1 . Vk !""" 01 slavery, ratlior ll.au la.l ol her supplies of re.entatives of South Carolina may withdraw a. . ic.ted by the accident, discovery snd co1)n. L)0 uhy cl we are assured j if they please. The People may 'go on with publication of h,. correspondence with the ; (l,e,8 )t an und.es.an.lmg between the author, their ordinary business, without brin- inva- ,,. .G.rc.; .. gave r,.5 .0 .,( ,!. Stat, and lha agent, of her Hr..- ded. They would timnly find then, a very g uer.isnutavere criticism irom be ,,1H1C Majesty, which it ralcuUted loencour- isolated from that happy Republic which all lo. Lewis.a capt.in in liaylor'. Kcgimcnt of ' evidet.ee, and declared he had Imig sought r' ....ii...i u,.c,..j,v,iU age ratber than depress the ttioicments here ' the earih ensiea ! Ilorre.and nrphew of W aslnn2toi,; V, illium Grymes 1 an oppoi tut itv to leave these mm: thai to sn Uliaulborised tnler'etencs with a sul'iecl f, .mnrnii. nii,.nlii v " i l . .1 .t. . r .l " gallant and distinguished officer of the Life CJuard: . , . 1 1 111. 1 1, . . . . . , 1 l " J 101 a separate nationality . Hut there is another aspect of ihe case in ,1 .-..,; , h .r r , . , , ' have U ft .etn vo untan v w.uld htivc bmught with which be had proper'y m-thing to do. I 1 u .j 11 1 the tsptain uf the vnsssl. the son of s brave soldier : . , ,. . .1.1 With this admitted rrimtaii.in l.,r .,l,.,it ' w Inch secession cannof 6e .foreutc ; and no wounded in the battle of Guilfocd; and Ocorge W. doadly vengeance upon I.1111; that lm vvttn mis aamittea reputation lor ail.oil , SHAMEFUL CONDUCT. one ought to be deceived on that head. The P. Custis, ths son of John Parks Curtis, aid decamp had nrv.-r hwu delected before ; that ho re- diplomacy snd unswerving ell ji Is to advance , Soutl,rrn Itij-hf Men" tbbscribino for, ! 'a s of ihe Union which levy dutieson foreign lo Cun.mander in Chief, befors Cuibrufge and 1 n.ained Willi them ony becuuso lie us coin !hr.,rh:,rn ""'"'y: feVA r:' 1.,, AL..,,. AW 'commerce, and all other laws, mutt ir tnfor. , Y."' .... : , . ' Polled to do so to pre.eive hi. I.fo ; th-t .here ii 10 cuuiii .roiiii. csunoi uui tusiiiy ino , . .1 " s"11 nci lugciutr ins urimsoi me ancieni , , , .. . i , ,i . .1, . - J 1 . ' . . rt. I he President is swern o execute the .1... . , j., t ... ...... were now six hundred men 111 he lulled inunt then lo-e, carr itilu our task an in. n 1.. i .1 1 in. uui u uh luru.u nil. near 1 &rn inn hi rt ... "J " wiiiou u . ..j i. l. .:.. .1 ... . ' . . . . .1.1 1,.. 1 .1 ,1 .i.i., i.;,-h !. v.n A ; 11 1 1 1.1. 1 11 v u III the .Stone, as impotiiig as circumstancrs would per 1 fl", when a alout daring lot kit.g man sprang : parlance r b ta ent, indi'pcnoence, ft gentle init, wetnveloped itin the ''Star Spmgled llanner" . forl, a,J ,je a)m,. tuh, 111' IKV. some : nianiv lihei . 1 H , ul il with a 'ieceucy and 8 01 our country, and it waa borne to its ft-tinir place ,, , , , , E .- , ! " , , " 1 , . in th.srms.ftli.dese.ndaat.orro,,, ,e,luiL.. . '- Bu"k l'"rn, were (, uiid in the , courtesy .hah are doe Irr.m one d,!or to eniselves ry patriots and sold. rs Samuel Lewis, the ton of bottom. The fallow pretended to turn S'.ale's another. 1 hnve of;ni the ques'lof, llo can euiii r expect lli,! res.ecl ol II. a woild il 1I0 v i!o h i tl 11 s, me it tpect lor each otl.ci '! N-- 11. m, k ,.. letttr than tl.e reining eoitoi ol '.lie fmon the difiicnltirs, the sacrifici s, 'he dtuttgery winch attend 'he profesaiim, and y el 11 b c, in s v t u to (.vvi roinu iIlmi nil 11 . u r liu'y nqniei it. Yuti . , . , ; - - lo-., nnu no ,, uu piinc, iu it-aim iiir,,,. aeningion, in Ins intuncy liau playcn, and con. -Jiaitra e,ij;ai-u 11, uie uumi i;.s , imu ..mi m iomuhju -i o i .- .j.u. imovi nv u m- g.routtcliernes in view inon might at the paper of Missuppi, thai the Soulhern Rights When foreign goods enter the port of Charles- siruttid a rude kind of ped.atal, on which we res. last time he was at the general deposit Ma- culty. Y-u el.. u!d (ear uothirg but the itcg. first glsnce be supposed. I hot Sta'e, il is x.sociatiori of Hinds county in that Siale had ' Ion the duties must be paid. But, if South sftntlT placed th. First Mon. commending it to ,; lha c,)n,KlV uu ver Fifteen liushels I iect of jiur dunes and the reproof of j tur ll lTv'J , f-.rded money , the North for tubscrip- Carolina ucedc, and secession is carried ,n- IZZ JZZ ?U" G'"lL " 'T i " 0 'T'" irom ine -jnion, ana nopes 10 ootsiri, in in. ,. to practice, then somebody must resist lha tlcu,r 1 , in the same room with tho two accomplices, e!tc-s hu nuo,, at the lame time, lo every accomplishment of this n.fsr.ou. purpose, , Uocs lo abo.il.on and other incendiary newt- , o( d(J,jpf nd tha( tomi bod bctomc, Bl(n'inB J.diaa to tho.. who had reeeiv,d D. to fearing ihey w, uid kill him. The two men !,,.... hu w.ll telhou the t.uih ; and when ytu ... ... utjLfwi , 111 uiuci tubiiliinic Ull III EIBIUHOUI' hv thai varv art n trntit It r. a aria nnlt; ftinuir. 9 rB-BliiDarna a I u IlOlfellU OUT LOIQIi. ana a a r,rn In I .u 1 llmnro 1 Hit tl uinu k- n mi ! ittirt fimi f in individual, he will be convicted of trea being provid.d with a piece or cannon and suitable ,, em in fur t,ev mrim.y al;i) f, in.ds ; i t ut in I , , ,, . , . amiinnitmn, we fired a salute, awaKetung the echoes ,, , , , , , ,, i , nr.d probably hung. If, however, there that hall fo ec, oulld lla.ed ,HOl. it would luka ol least otio hundred well urn,- j pm.ess uld ba an armed resis'ariCf of the cinmu- and nhile the srr.oko of our martial tributu to iho ed men lo guard them, and notified them : lor gre with other powers generally believed that her first step would be an alliance with Great Britan, which while it would nominally pn serve to her the ssmhlance of liberty, would virtually place hlr in a position of hopelors and grovelling dependency. The experience ol history piovet conclusively, from the relative posiiion of the parties, that this must be the certain result. That such is the design of Suth Carolina, in esse of successful secession, it shown by abundant testimony. The speech es of her orators, and Ihe general tone of her press, display such a purpose. Not many dsjs since wo saw, in one of her papers, this idea advanced. The writer, in advocating prompt sreestion, and coije::uritig its im mediate results, argued that tho Federal Go vernment w.uld probably withdraw its officers from the Custom House and its troops from Fort Moultrie, and would rely upon a fleet stationed in Charleston harbor for the collec tioo of duties upon foreign imports. Then sseuming that in bcr new position of an inde pendent power, South Carolina wcu'd have Ihe right to form any commercial treaties with foreign powers which she thought ft', he supposes Ihsl a Ilriii.h vessel arrive! and that she it either diuen btck or together with her cargo confiscated. I hit, the wrt ter ei fence volve ment. M'e can hardly find fit language with which lorxprtssnur abhorrence of such trea sonable hopes and designs. It it bad enough surely, fur any State to pint the peaceable dismemberment of this great Union, but lo calculate with pleaureupon its involving our country in a war wiih a foreign power and that too, our ablest and most inveterate ene my argues a degree of baseness at which even Aaron Burr would have recoiled. We ara not willing, however, to believe that this sentiment is common even in South Curolina. There ara many misguided men there, it it true, who, under the baleful influences of pas. eion and prejudice, have learned to rrgird this Union as a curse, aud to deiira an imtne- Ilut postibly be detained !t.v ihnl vmtv art . Irninr. I f f.A .r-. fir.lt; K I HUlf. ft . re..l,lbark.d Slid liOlfetad OUT ColoiB. and ir.rn In lU ,l1!i.iir. lluil 11 uu. I'. . ! I v.- ., .....,, .. .. i.u. r .....w.w ,.., . .... , ,v n ,hn cout(. a1(j lhuJ ,j;.c. b;c ; , itablitamenl ol a separate Stale sovereign- . ... , , .... .. ... . . n r 1 . . " 1 ion. e earn from the Hindi rountv ia. s"" r, sue win lurm ana inainiain a general rquai- - ' t,t,t :. .. 1 " . , ' I .n,, ..t ,y n.i : ,. ..... ... .1 ,. should iiyiii 1,1. auopnon 01 eommercai renin.,... - "vu..,v.-.. , , , pr..;dpn, ;Uk, bHn. lh. birth plac. of tl.e Pater 1'atrise .1.11 lincerud on the that ihev could On the coutr.iy, it is . have arrived ! That paper ta t : ,,r ,h, 'n,,A ,f. ,r..r,. ,t, ., nrl,i tosom of ths Potomac, we spread our sni. to a fi- ii. rplu. I ,i , r g. vorilij urerze, and speeded joyously lo our homes. On the 20. hull.," the first lot of the incen- thty ("forced. Lin. Go:. , Such was an act o- fi.ul lov. and eratuude oer- diary and sditi. us documents ordered by the ' formed mors than a third of s century ago su h is DYING DECLA RATION S IMPORTANT Soinh-rn R 'ghis As..c alum of Hinds coun "Mt.MAllUM X" lilt IMSI.mu.i. it,, ln.toty ot in. ntststone to Itie memory g. DKCUMON ty," reached the I'ust Oflice in this citv. It i ' '" eotmsis of seven c,p,et of the liotton Fmtn. Irom the I'tnakton Ah.. cf April 10. cipslor and Commonwealth, a I of ihe tame i The Southern Rights Association ii'tm volume, number and date, showing that the j bled at Pickens Court house on Tuesday, the ! NEW ENGINE Association has subscribed for teven copies, lit instant, uen. r . rt. Uirvni, the I icstaent, The ,ew Orleans Courier has the follow, never tieietolore, to our know letige, been die- in Ihe chair. I ing account ol a new inven ion. " A steam- lurhed. ! Col. J. L. O.-r, our Rep et-ntaiive in Con- houlto travel on land or water," would indeed : Lovitt, charged with the murder of liull being prisenl, wee called upon be i novelty. j in the month of rebruarv last, waa arraign- I Waabington. Health and respect my dear air. i CliOKOK W. r, CUTIi up 5 cur on n opinions the fi iii .-:ir,l of a lice press, in our tMoit, grntleii.cn, there is a i.eccssity ul vntry of character for much en. ilurutu c as well us much exertion. 1 go fuith er. F.ncrgy is not a si-fficienlly etrotig word. Tlie true secret of success in evcty Lusinet-a lis enthusiasm i would especially frank'y ti coiiiinetid ta 5 f u a careful atlcnticn to your eqiial to 30-1 papers during the vear. The bundle isaddressed lo one of the Sectelaiics of the association. The F.mancipator has ihe repu'aiion of be- ing (he most violent and unscrupulous abnli An important decision was rnado bv Judgo ! but in this respect let my course ba Baxter, at Warren Superior Court which, il j'1 ""'d net an example to j ou. In oiiiK if' io.-.e suirgrsi ions, j give you ino result of a Ijb en i. rieuce. dearly cboulIi uslairied, will oierrule a long esiabhshed principle of Common Law, and which has grcs, to address the meeting. He spoke with his usual ability, and, afier g'ancing Rapidly at hnujilit." We cannot refrain from a feeling of sudners in perusii g these last lines. It it the com mon belie! that energy in at y pursuits of life will insure sucrcs, i.nd s it does in almost tiun incendiary paper in the count,) -teeming the inequaliliea of the ben, fitt and burdent with shameful and villainous aspersion! upon , of the Federal Government and ita oppret outhern character, southern institution! and j siont of the South, went cn to declare that southern righlt. Ii it a seditiout and inflam- I ihe Union wat a curse, and lit dusolution in- A en:lemn ethiliitprf thin mnrninrr in I l.e ed for trial, and ihe Sla e's counsel ifl'-rcd Wum Hall, while the assembled multitude introduce, as evidence, the declarations j evc'-V '"her depmtmrnt of human iuduslry waited to be organized into Convention, a mo- of Ihe deceased made in his last illness and i tul ,llal "espjpets. et of all descrip. deluf a locomotive which can be used for a 1 charging the , Hence to the prisoner. The j tl0I!S ol l-b'.'r there is ncne which can com .:.,.Ut m i,.tpl nn lnn) ,,r ,or fnr counsel i'or m isoner . hi -cled lo t he recent ion Pure 111 1 0 dl uli.er: V f "",;d ""I he nd wilh ploughing or for any sort of riding or travel- ,of such declarations as legal evidence in a ... . .1... O.I 1 C J 1 D O .. O ... . .. niMory pper to all intents an'l purposes, and ; evitatiie, ana mat a ooutnern oonieoeracy Imgit can also be used as a hrc engine, or criminal pmsecuiion, anil nllcgeij m support calculated lo do much ir jury to morals among ! must succeed it, and was what ha most desi- a 6jcel sprinkler. He said it would throw : "f the exception, the sixih Article of Amend whatever people il may circulate. j red. He then went on to define his own po. wat:r 3uj 0r 3,000 feet high, Bccoidlng to merits to the Constitution of the United Slates, V on this the Na'clit Courier with ' ''''on te'il,'" ,0 ,hc action of South Caro-' l9 s;z9 0f (h0 machine constructed ; and if ! hich, it was cotitetided, amounted to nti en Pn " C ac,,z ourl ' 1 : lina. Itt wat opposed to trparale Stale ac- one (,ad been in existence here at the t nie, life abolition of the Common law upon ihe just indignation, exclaims: " Fs net (Ins tion, and preferred to trait vntil tome of the the St. Charles fire could have been extin- 'point in queslion. The Article n. ads as fol beaut ful spectacle, and will it r.ot open the j other Stalet got ready to more vf with hi. pushed in five seconds after the invention got ' lows : ett of all honest and good men as to the 'n upprl these viewa he assigned many um, he ground. The inventor is one of the j " In all criminal prosecutions, the accused dangerous diameter of that revolutionary movement, hich, not content with voiing lhat ef the ceiuinciurs of a public journal. 1 he body , t ihe il y y laborer derives refresh ment Iron, s eep and is prepared with each ris.ng sun lo exert with cheerfulness its re. newed energies, ijut Ihe mind of a journalist is upon an eternal stretch. Ho hat but little opportunity for that recreation from inter ceure with men and books, which is necessa ry to keep the intellectual fountain full aud fresh. Vet the mere work of conipositicn is laiir.g: abolition documents !" .V O. Bee A NUISANCE. The Grand Jury of Georgetown District, , at this time. reasons, amonir the most prominent of which L.iii i ilm umi lima mnn npnilcmnnL ; shall eniov the rinht to soeeJv and nublic was. thai bv aciinr now we would drive off i, li,,' ,V, ,, . ,' ,! u- lieli. I,'-.; trial, bv an imoartial iurv of the Slate and I "''" cotnparf d with the reflection, care our friends'of the Southern States, and com-'per!lJaded i iery body that his invention is'district wheiein the crime shall have been j a,,u j jdt!"" "l whicn niuet ba bellowed upon . 11. I. . m. . I i. ....,1.1.. - if. vi v , ii nve, ii,' n I. 4ftpr mrb a lifn ni Iht ol ihe previously ascertuineo uy law, anu in uo in- i - --j . - - ho has ! lormed of the nature and cause of the accu- e ee vuieruu ei in. pro ession leu ai inn t ra v- -sniion; to ba confronted with the witness a- .!.:.., ... , . inp on ana ov steam. lie maae tne mod- , amn mm, eve., occ. 'i'rftfi hearing tuth lentimen't cvmingjrom e move ahead, retrognde, turn round and j The point was ably argued by Messrs. I Col. Okk, una! ore rt,u sorry that he deem- rnut i every way. with :race and ease. Il is 1 Toombs, Cone and Polile for I he prisoner, ra! it necessary to promulgate them in a speech indeed, wonderful lo behold. land Messrs. Weenie, Sol. Gartrell end Daw- i.r cargo connsctteu. i nis, in. r'" with as bolitionism, abusing hat abolitiuniam j f,el theon lo tdkei part against us. He spoka the greatest et. The first engineers i L"S lVvTn'lllTU.H Imv In Abuses, and striving for what abolitionism ! "I" '"ese men being as true to ihe cause, and cily examined it, and pronounced that h lo haughty I.ngl.nd, and uevitabi) in- b devoted to the principles involved, as the overcome every difficulty in the wav of her in a war with the Federa Govern- strives, now shows Us true character in ctrcu- ..-, i. ,,- , ' overcome c.i ry uuutuny ,, ,nr ny oi ner in a war wiiu ui i cu.i., v. , . most palriolic of our people. We deeply re- elhng on land by steatn. He made the cluse of a long career, with less of worldly goods than w hen he commensed hit course. It this were a solitary case it would not be to reiuaikable a principle ; but it is only one out of many similar instances. It is rather the To what extent il may create . son for the State. The exception was sus- I history of a class than of an individual i i . i . t . laafMiitfaa ni si i 1 1 r r. 1 1 n r 9 t fi ilm pnnrJtii for tho spring term of ccurt, present at a nui- .discord and division in the ranks of ihe Sou- ANhTDOTE OF THE IIATTLE OF NEW tnined, and a nole prosequi entered cn the sauce all those transient persons from the thern rights men in this district lime alone non s'sveholding States who enmo to this disclose. I)islricl in the w inlsr, for the purpose of trad- inr-, shod fishing and duck hunting we be. a C'l'RIOSITV. Iieve them to be tujurious to all classes ol our population, and, therefore, solicit the in tervention of the Leglaiure in the matter. Charleston Mercury, Mth inst. If the peop'e of South Curolina wculd cat'.h ORLEANS. The Courier tells lha following character istic nnecdote of ihe Rattle of New Orleans . 01" the four Generals in ihe British army on l:ie Clh, two were killed on lha field, and one was sent to the fleet severely wounded. kanisaliAn f r rt rv nfial nnrl inn ft f thai fill f.deracv. Rui lhat any respectable number !b eba,ed wi,hou, ,he '"'"vention of the of herciiizem desire it though at the cost j legislature. Rut at ihey are, at present, of a foreign at well aa inleaiino war, we can- .cither too Inzy or too prod, they mutt either not for an inslsnl credit. On ihe contrary, ldj wj,h0, i,e5o luxuries or permit other we sincerely indulge the hope that time j for progresses, ana reason naiuruny re hisuoik. I ' her twsy over her pimple, that the advocatci iiieui Wliile Governor Brown was in Key West, .i 'i n.i .i.i-:.j c.. i i.- o snystne i ananassee ,r or , ..,.. 1arnbert escaped but he had not been was presented by Hon. A. Patterson with a under fire lhat Gt,nera KMn miniature butt of Washington, found ten . r . - , j-Ba,D,(ill, u,rtllllduj ., ,1,- r,-;,.l,lsrKr7s1.l f ! f- Pb, tolllCU UU Ha lit. IU UCOii I nil, ijr nuuuiiUi lb " , , J' .I r mi anuiu( auu it nna Mrir (itrn thud and .hoot their own ducks, (he , 'e,rso ' P""". moeuueu .,, ,c ..... TeuneKMan bo wef 8 ,enrchirlg for mus w.cniormine,s,.o. , ..c ., ,.o, ,. ... k j br , l0 Gcn. Jackson. When hie, and .. evidently the work of a master. ,..,,.. r" Bi rproVBIP,l hi, 8(,nses. The. expression is said to be identical with firsi (h w of hig e (j bill, the other testimony being, in the opinion of State's counsel, insufficient lo convict. This decision may bo law, but we feel no he sitation in saying it ought not to be. 11 ',iA. Ga.) Gazette. nuisance" of whieh they complain would that of ihe famous alatue of Washington at MR. WEUSTER. Tlie following paper is in circulation in ihe picked up by one of the ! City of New Yoik, and has received many signatures j 'lo the friends of the " Union," without Dis tinction cf Parly. In view of the services and tncrifiees of patched a note to Gen. Jackson by a young ritish I the Honorable Daniel Webster, in maintain ig inviolate ihe constitution and laws of his even of Deaceable secession will ba lelt in a contemptible and ignominious minority. Such, certainly, is the earnest prayer of eve ry true lover of his country. In referring to Mr. Bulwer in this connec tion, wo du not desire to be understood as autrting lhat bis present visit to Charleston hsa been projected for the purpose of enter ing into secret negotiations with leading die unionists, and of asceilaining what sentiment exists in reference to a future alliance with Great Britain. All mean it, that hit well known character at a crafty diplomatist, Iho unusual lime he hat telecied, and the present supposed attitude of South Carolina, may at Itttt justify such a suspicion. We sincere. Iy hope il has no real foundation. CURIOUS CARGO. A letter fiom lha master of a vessel lately nived in the Thames, from New South W.let, mentions that lha Brightman, of Lon don, waa taking in a cargo at Sydney, fur California, oonaitting of ready-mads Collins, "inch were filled with bottled beer I We would with all deference lo South Carolina wisdom, and begging pardon of Souih Carolina aristocracy suggest that a hundred or so of her leading politicians be set to catching shod and shouting ducks I It would bo an honorable employment, which is mote than can be said of that in which they are now engaged. .lfuoic Ado. HARNUM OUTDONE. The Madison Courier relates the following piece of financiering I McF.levy.the tailor, who bought the prize ticket lo Jenny Lind's first concert in Cincin nati, is one of tho few men in tho world who are as sharp as Rarnum. The way ha work ed thingt was this for aome days before the concert Ito went round among hit friends, belting ten dollart wilh (his one, twenty dol lars with lhat ono, and to oii,;until he had a thousand dollart bet lhat he would buy the prize ticket. The ticket was knocked d.wn to him at $575, thus leaving him f 125 in in poekf '.. Richmond, allowed to be the best likeness in n iso(ier" in ,e rj (xi.tence. Ihe lit lie bust it in a state of . V ., ' . ... ,. . ... neei requesting mat seBrcn migni o mane i in per.ee. preservation., a, oc, ,.lo , g wag t)e reMur- - - comras, wjlh lh, rceell, ac, 0f ling id the plans of a rufiled shirt lemsins as fi f(jen(J djfd jn batleiBnd , a mA AJeimen of ,.., in re. sharp and well-defined a. ever, and the ma by a referenc8 , the : flltipi, ule use of Funeuil Hall to the rnends of bl. without disco oration. Across the i.houl. : al)d chiv.ir0U9 feeling which he well ,ha, ,lema t0 cograluale each other "iiintcrib Nor. recent verification of his represen- a spelling which teem, to indicaia an Iiai,an,di(Jh8 vami .. Go flid hero j)n rp,tard, U(al nnci,nl comnll)n. origin. In the same tpot two English gum o Livi f0 one cf n alds Deliv-j wea,h ; and in view, also, of the refusal of eas were found, the dates and tn.cnpt.en r.r ff word ,0 ,h, British General. Godil(l8 Legislature of N. Yo.k lo invite Mr. which w. did not learn. All were piobably , forbid hl , siou,j wllhhud ft of a )o vjsi A;ba M ,h of ,h, deposits by some freebooter of tho olden time. deserving of it." I Sia.e : i.,d,L-n,.ies cast uo.. that distinguish- ed statesman by abolitionists and olhets op- A NEW COTILLION. The editor of the W indsor Journal a vo ry obstinate sort of a bachelor learns that a DESTRUCTION OF THE EGYPTIAN TY. ; pd ,0 his patriotio course: RAMIUS AND TEMPLES. Th- UIlde;.ignod cjZe. of Ji tew York, A correspondent oi me 1,0.10011 mu.,, , . ., . .. u-,K,.r ,n ,... ,Lm Pmfea.nr of Dancing in New York have re ; says that the Northern Pyramid of Dashour j . .', r,j nv.nl1 , ,:.. ccntly introduced a new alyle ot cotillion i. now in progress of being converte-J into a f . (ha( t)ltv niftV expres-t to him, in person, their deep and grateful npprecia- 1 f J.,.lni!n t.i lha nraal nnlxlir irilairAtalsi -r 0-1.1. ....A r7 .!, .., n,,rno.P?l"D" u,!,"", " S""' ' o. .-.- V7.; ! of hia country called "Kiss Cotillion," the peculisr feature of which is that you kiss the lady as you swing corners. The editor it a crusty sort of person, who never dances, but says he would not mind waiving kit objection! to far at to twing corner, now and then in this co tillion the selfish scamp! Ha reminds us of an old lady who had an aversion lo rye, and never could eat it in any form, " till of late." said she, " they have got to making it into whiskey, and I find I can now and then worry down a little." stone ouarry, in order to build some new pa lace or villa in the neighborhood i tho lombs the mounds of Abydut are ransacked for building materials; the Temple of Erment is going for the same purpose ; and two tern pies have, within the last six years, been knocked down, and the materials removed fiom near Sheikh Fadi, entirely without !hn knowledge of travelers, to whom, indeed they have remained unknown until now lhat ihey no longer exist. iN'ew 1'erfe, ril 19(A, 1951. 1.RIEF DIALOGUE. ' What temperament did you say lhat fat girl h'ad, Mr. Museum man?' "Why, 1 should think it plain enough sho has the Zimi fat ic temperament; can't you see it your sell?" Pecuniary obligations to the conductors cf newspapers seem lo til more loosely cn men's consciences than almost any oihtr kind of debt. They will take a paper for year after ear, and derive all the benefit and amusement which the labors and outlay ef ill ceoduclors can furnish, yet ihey often teem to think lhat it is perfectly consistent with honor and de ed cy never 10 pay a farthing for the consid eration they have received. Few persons have any idea of the enormous expenses of laige newspuper establishments. When we ttiko into consideration those expenses, the small sums which compose tht aggregate of newspaper accounts, and the numerous doliu quenciet of subscriber the wonder it, not lhat so many newspapers die, but that any live. 'i he particular case, cf Mr. Ritchie, ii, it is 1 1 up, aggravated by the desertion of,hii par ty in the waller of ihe contract for the public printing. If ihey had itoed by him at ha hut t'ood by them, there might have beta a dillereni result. Whatever our political dif ferences, we cannot but regret that a life ef toil should ir.cet with such a requital. THE UNION SOLD. Mrs. Partington, on being told that Ritchie had sold '- The L'oion," exclaimed: "Alas! alas! 1 feartd he would do tomething awful when I heard that Congreit bad eejeettd tho bill 10 edentify him ! 1 wonder if he told the people w ith it, and if 1 have got to became a nigger slave 1 If 10, I shall emulate to the South, where they kaow how lo Heat the poel critters." And Mrs. Per'.ingioo lighed deep ly and said no more. M r. Smith, will you have some butter V " No, ihauk ye, mares, 1 baleng te tht Tern ptrauce ft Ike, and cau'l take any thing rery strong."