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THE WOITH - CAMOILINIAN .
The President caunot but I
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ii beyond the bounds of the disputed hope that, when her Majesty's Government at
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0t lier majesty s auuioriwes to iu-uiuiuc
It is gratilying to the r resident, to per
ceive, that jyjr. box entertains the hrm belief
the terras of those provisional agree-
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(T of last year, SO IO"J iiSjiuere uicasuu iu i mai mc uiiiibuiijr ui wuuut.uug iv au auuuu-
U? ii,ii thp same will be faithfully adhered to ble issue, the pending negotiation for the ad-
th opposite party. But, it is the duty of justmeut of the question of boundary, is not so
" .l .i'rmH. at the same time, clearly to great as has, bv many persons, been appre-
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Saturday Moruing, February 2, 1840.
shewn by the same history, to bave been the eirono
ous oralse conceptions of an incompetent or preju
We think this matter has an important and imme
diate connection with the politics of the present day
and shall recur to it again. In the mean time, wo
ehall loo!t up the speech and letter, and if necessary,
publish them, with Judge St range's reply to Bid
authorities in North hended; as, uuder a corresponding couvic-
into view the attitude assum- tion, the United States have, with a view to
d be "overned entirely by circumstances of her Majesty's Government; the President
t'r.ntinV such measures of defence and hopes thatthe sentiments expressed by Mr.
(whether along the connnes oi r ox nave iceir rounuanou iu au expectation
FOR GOVERNOR OF NORTH CAROLINA.
Romulus M Saunders.
Democratic Meeting I ! !
The Democratic citizens of the County of Cum-
NouCommltUl Out and Out.
"I believe that the continuance of the TaritTia
essential to the prosperity of the Western States;
but I should bo among the first to propose its modi
fication or repeal, if it is found o produce to the
Southern States the ruinous consequences they pre
dict. NO HONEST MAN CAN ENJOY A
PROSPERITY FOUNDED UPON THE SUF
FERINGS OF A FRIEND AND BROTHER."
General Harrison in 1830.1
The above scrap is at the editorial head of the
(Raleigh) Star, as a sort of political motto! These
declarations of such Spoils Hunters as Harrison,
always have ifs and provisoes enough iu them, to
make them answer as a sort of masked battery, be-
territory, or within that portion of his having it in his power, at an early day, berland are respectfully requested to meet at the I hnd which such time-serving chieflians can alwavs
t where, it has been before explained, the to communicate to this Government a result Court House in Fayetteville, on the third day of fire both ways, or either way, and still claim to be
ihoritv of Great Britain, according to the of the deliberations had by that of her Britan- March next, being the Tuesday of Court week, for the Heroes of either party, as may suit their inter-
Hinr agreements, was not lO De interierea mc ju.ujt.-aiy upuu uie piuposHiou miuueu io, l tne purpose oi appointing delegates to a District I esl9- 11 lne "ara-ciaer" nero ot tne "log-cabin"
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as may seem to mem necessary ior wuu.ii nm piescm mc piuiw,i oi a urumpi toavenuon, wnicti is to be held in Kockinham I "au noi sense enougn to Know wnetner me l ann,
i: mj -r t..r nrnmnti v reneiuuff. ana saiisiaciorv seiiiemenu auu wnicn. wnen I Kinhmnnd Cnnntv th tK:. tvt m v won d "Droduce ruinmuMrKcnnenrH tn ih Knnih.
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further acts ot hostile aggressions over tne kuowh uy uits oiaie oi xuaiue, win put an ena to appoint a Delegate to the rational Convention e" amies," ne was unfit to be a member ot Con
hnlt- of the disputed territory, which it ap- to all grounds ot apprehensions of intentions which assembles at Baltimore, in May. to norm- re8Si and ought to have been at home collecting his
ars to be the avowed design ot the State oi or aisposmon on ncr pari to aaopt any mea- nate candidates for the offices of President and Vice clerk 8 ,ees bv the sa,e" of h,s Pn' neighbors,
ins sooner or later to attempt. sures caicuiaiea to emDarrass tne negotiation, President of the United States
For the undersigned has to observe that, or to involve a departure trom the provisional lC3-The Democrats of other counties in the Dis- I and battery- The political boat in which Harrison
t only is the extensive system of encroach- arrangements. In the existence of those ar- trict, will please notice the above, and take the ne- ia 9teers'an is always rowed one way, while he at
cut, which was denounced ana remousira- uupucuis, u uucu oiaica ucuuiu au car- oessary measures to have theircounties represented. 1 1 e un 0OKa anolner way- 11 18 so in Jus opin
J against by the undersignea in nis omciai ubm ui me uuutidi uraire oi uie two vroverii- The Superior Courts now about to commence will ,ons on AtOIlt,on- 11 18 80 in h,s opinions as to
ite ot tne or iusi iiuvemuei, tam " 'iul""'i auv,uuUiu6 " I turnisn lair opportunities to hold meetings let every I eueral,snl ana democracy, tie is like f aistall's
; and persisted in by armed hands, employed causes oi acepanu growing excitement, or as meeting be well attended. Hostess, "no body knows where (politically! to
V the authorities ot ivlame, in the districts much as possiDie oi me asperity ana nostue I have him."
bove the Aroostook and r ish rivers, hut that teeiing u is calculated to engender; Dut unless vf . . uigc our j. est any iurtner. The motto on your "petticoat" flag is equivocal
ks, as above stated, ot a character yet more attended witn tne most scrupulous observance e nave now proot incontestable that Harri- Mr. Editor. Please snuff off this ashes from your
lent and obnoxious to the rights ot threat ot the spirit and letter ot their provisions, it son was nominated aolelu to tret tru AhnHti ""trot lamp. It makes it burn with unwonted dim-
rl'ain, aim more uaiirerous io uio ureserra- wuuiu uiuc uui uuc inuits tauac, auucu vnl.Jn Y.wVnrl, TUi . . ness
twf thfi rrpneral neace. are with certainty the manv already urevuilinff. of enmitv and ...
" v " e r . J .. . . F" . . oanooo in- .1 .1 -mT I ilvr i T c. . .
a;,, hvthf. inhah tants of that State. discord. Mr. Fox has already been made grouna. e ve iove jnuge oaunaers ior many rea
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he existence of such designs has tor months the channel ot conveyance to his liovern- wouia not now Delieve him it be replied iD amuugwmcimis oiu ur-w liir-iuaiv
it beea a matter of uotonety, by public re- ment ot the desire and determination of the the affirmative to our enquiry, and madt oat h
t. 1 nose designs were plainly indicated jrresident mat me ODiigations ot me coulllry I to its truth
the recent message ot the Lrovernor ot shall be taithlully discharged; that desire is
line 10 me jjfgisiaiurc oi iiib ciaie; aim prumpicu uy u sense oi e.xpeuieucy, as wen as me Hon Robert Straufre & Mr. Blddle.
are avowed in more explicit terms in of justice, and by an anxious wish to preserve I It will be remembered that Judge Strange, in his
ettor addressed to the President ot the the amicable relations now, so manifestly tor usual prompt and laithful discharge of all public as
uhed States by the Governor of Maine on the advantage of both, subsisting between the well as private duties devolved upon him by the
2 l.-t of cvember, which letter has, with- Lnited States and Great Britain. confidence of his fellow citizens, in his able sDcerh
ihe la?t few days, been communicated to The undersigned avails himself of the oc- in the Senate last winter, on the subject of Bank
stand ready to go in a body against the false
and treacherous in their own ranks, a? firmly
as they do against the ranks of their oppo
nents. 1 he Xew n.ra will find that what he
calls the "corporal's guard" will turn out to
be the "old guard," not easily menaced and
not easily overthrown.
Better yet. We are almost ready to ex
tend to him our right hand, and make him a
member of the hrm, but the idea of taking
4000, which, the Major says, compose the
''Democratic portion" of the "Whip-s as vve
all are," into fellowship, is rather startlinir-
Evil communications corrupt good manners,
and to add so numerous a 'corporal's guard
to the great Democratic army, might be very j
corrupting, it permitted to run at large.
Seriously, Major, on the subject of Aboli
tion we believe you are honest, but cannot
divine what preference you have for Frank
Granger, over "Small Potatoe Seward.":
Both are avowed Abolitionists, although
Granger is the more honest in his profes
sions, and- il is indeed singular that you can
support either, if you are really sincere in
your opposition to the wild, fanatical, and
unconstitutional doctrines of the Abolition
WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT,
Corrected weekly for the JVorth Carotin
From the M. Y. New Era.
What is Democracy? This question is
frequently propounded to us by a class of men
who could not Dav the fine and cost fr n a,.it wno asK " not to learn mat tney may embrace
us benevolent principles, uemocracy, as
we understand it, is that principle taught by
theoaviourot the world in the JNew .testa
ment, that God is no respector of persons
that whether bond or free, rich or poor, high
or low, he regards all equally, and brings all
within the embrace ot the arms of his mercy.
It is that principle taught by the immortal
sage of Monticello, and recognized by the
Democratic party, that all men are born free
and equal, and endowed by their Creator,
with certain unalienable rights, among which
are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
It is an ardent desire to maintain, unimpair-
LY FEDERALISM and stern opposition ed and unsullied against the wiles of feder-
to the election of General Jackson are not alism, this sacred principle, which has warmed
Brandy, peach, o 45
" apple, 00 37
Bacon, no in
Beeswax, 00 83
Bale Rope, 00 8
Cotton Yarn. ia
Coffee, oo 12
Cotton, oo 6
Cotton Bagging, 00 16
Ca-ndles, F. P. 00 13
flaxseed. i no
Flour, a i
leathers, 00 40
Salt, per bushel.
ingress and published.
The umlersigiied, it is true, has been assu-
J bv the Secretary of State, in his note of
3 16th instant, that the General Govern-
nt seeuoreason to doubt the disposition of
j Governor ot Maine to adher to the exist-
2 arrangements, and to avoid all acts tend-
" to render more difficult and distant the
casion to renew to Mr. 1 ox assurances of his
Henry S. Fox, Esq., &c, &c, &c.
least." JVewbern (IVhi) Spectator.
"William Henry Harrison now stands be
fore the country, as the candidate of the
people, of the real unadulterated Democra
cy." Norfolk Whig) Herald.
We are no Democrat.'''' Fayetteville
You love Judge Saunders, Mr. Spectator, because
iook occasion to denounce in the strongest terms.
the whole banking system of the country, as radically ot his old Federalism; and you love Harrison, Mr.
defective and ruinous in its tendencies. Herald because of his Democracy, and vou love
TT ... I
ile was among the earliest to detect the true Harrison, Mr. Observer, because you yourself are
cause of all the evils inflicted unnn the rnnntm h w n.mt l'i,a ,.., ih.
7 .,.. ..-. ti- I . ...... r J J I " - , -v. .u..
jt vinuun iu or ci -rantes i ouuit. ni"iiss Banks, and with the mdeDendence nH n.. f KrfK. :r .;.l,tl,n,.l,ini
, t r ri.. .u7. i . j i .j 'v&.iu, j
Srtys x x uwy smcy ay, uoi character which invariably mark his nubHc acts: no the whole matter into ie.
a : i : i i - i
uever meuiioueu uou tuixuue to u muieieer, SOonerhad his vigorous mind detected the source of
or a peasant ot any condition, without find- these evils, than iik - rithr..i ...... ;ni u: tTii.
l o - i. .
Kiciniu:, ie gave ine puDiic timely warning of
the dangers that threatened, and had even then been
i ial adjustment of the boundary question.
I !;it in lact ot the above clear indications of ing myself understood; an ignorant stare was
lie intentions ot Maine, as yiveu out by the never the answer I received; and I think I
lilies themselves, the Secretary of State has may even go so far as to assert, that I never
jtivento the undersigned a
durance that Maine will be constra
Is it possible Major Noah of the New
York Evening Star, seriously meditates a de
SOrelv inflii'ffft hv thAAnralinn shi, .Ion n.rAl J I corfinn .1 f t.0 nnrtir xvitt. . 1 I r Vl 11 f line titi
.... j c i .:.u .u J J " -i"' r v "
z..:u.3.r t:.: "L" t i:. u! dtfective em of issuing paPer m0ney. actin of ,ate?
U8"au l" U1 "ulc" ... i.c.ia,u.;M7, uic How nerfectlv correct, how rntirelv i.ist nd .
the hearts and nerved the arms of the Democ
racy of the country from 1791 up to the pres
ent time. It is the continued and successful
support of these principles which invokes the
best feelings and most zealous efforts ot ev
ery genuine American patriot in the U.
States against all banks and all other incorpo
rated monopolies, whose tendency is ever to
take rights and privileges from the hands of
the many, and invest them in the hands of the
few. It will be losing sight of these sacred
principles, which will (should it ever happen)
furnish the grave ot American liberty.
The Editor of the Observer says: "He is
no jJemocrat." uoes any man iove nis
I country, who is not a Democrat in the sense
of the above article?
Bale Rope, dull,
Corn, per bnshel,
Cotton, per 100 lbs.
t lour, per bbl.
Pitch, at the Stills,
Rice, per 100 lbs.
Turpentine, soft, pi
1 urpentine, hard
1 ar, per bbl.
Flooring boards, m.
Wide do do
Timber, river rafts,
W. O. hhd. rough,
Uo do drawn.
W. O. bbl.
R. O. hhds. rough.
Do do dressed
$00 9 a B00 10'
25 a 30
23 a 24
6 a 8
62 a 70
55 a 60
11 a 13
... 8 9 1-2
dull, 20 a
6 a 7
1 25 o 1 TS
2 00 a 2 25
3 00 a
40 a 45
1 50 a 00
;r bbl. 2 00 m
2 00 a 2 25
a 1 50
8 CO a 00 00
a 6 50
. 4 50
5 00 a 6 00
M. 12 50 a 16 00
do 35 00 a 00
do 12 CO a 16 00
do 7 00 a 10 OO
do 16 00 a 00
do 1 50 a 2 00
do 2 75 a 3 00
sist from carrying those intentions into ef- popularity of any other author, in any other
ct, it, contrary to the expectation ot the country, is absolutely nothing, in comparison
1 . - . . I 1 I j .1 .1 . 1 1 f M 1 . - . -
Lienerai iiovernmeni, ine jegisiaiure or tue wiui me popularity oi vervauies in spaiu.
'.xecutive of the State should think fit to make
The undersigned not only preserves the
ne. nut he entertains the nrm beiiet, mat ir
ie diilv ot negotiating the boundary question
e left in the hands of the two national Gov-
rnments, to whom a'oue of right it belongs,
he difficulty of conducting the negotiation to
;i amicable issue will not be found so great
i has been bv many persons apprehended.
Jut the ease will' become, wholly altered, if
le people of th j btate ot Maine, who, though
uterested in the result, are not charged with
he negotiation, shall attempt to iuterrupt it bv
Her Majesty's authorities in North Ameri
ra nave, on taeir part, no desire or intention
interfere with the course of the pending
negotiation, by an exertion of military force;
at they will, as at present advised, consult
their own discretion in adopting the measures
t defence that may be rendered necessary by
iic throats ot a violent interruption to the ne
;otiation, which have been used by all parties
a Aiaine, and which the undersigned regrets
to find confirmed by the language (as above
FOR THE .NORTH CAROLINIAN.
How the ObscTcr and its Friends Kive Plain
Answers to nam educations.
The Observer was called on to piesent his views
to the public upon the evils the people suffer from a
depreciated currency. What do you think is his
reply? lie says, we mu.-t elect General Harrison as
President and this will cure all our suff -rinsts.
But Air. EJitor, what makes the price of cotton
Observer. It is because General Harrison is poor
and lives in a log house and drinks hard cider.
How is the prico of cotton to be raised Mr. Edi
tor, please t 11 ine, I ask for instruction.
Observer. Pay General Harrison $25,000 a year
for f ur years, and let him live in the "White House
at Washington, and crops will be plenty and prices
What amount of specie do you think will furnish
a sufficient ci'culatin2 medium for North Carolina?
Observer. I dont think five dollars a head for lit
tle and big, youn and old, black and white, would
be enough: but how much more it would take. I
rcierreu to) employed by the highest omciai dont nrct!h!i to know, nor do I care.
iiiiuioi ny in that ftlate. Dont vou think the law should be made more ri
unrnns. so as tn nrevent the Banks fiom susDendins'
ion to renew to tne oecretary ot otate oi payment?
Observer. It makes no oads what laws are pass
ed, so long as Harrison is not President; I tell you
it depends altogelher upon that.
Dont you think the Banks are to blame for issu
ng too much paper money, and getting people in
to debt to them beyond their ability to pay?
Observer. No, I dont think any such thing; Van
Buren is to blame for it and nobody else; he is a
1 orv and his w hole party, and they and not the
Whig directors made the Banks go so bad.
garious, were the suggestions made by our able
Senator in that Speech, let the fffurts of all the Leg
statures now, and lately in session, to produce a
radical reform in the banking system amply attest.
Let the full tide of public opinion against the vici
ous, if not corrupt action of the whole banking ope
rations ot the country, with the universal clamor for
relief; prove how faithful and well our Senator did
Our venerable ex-Presi Jent Jackson thought that
the banking system was a monster, whose energies
for mischief would be sufficiently paralized, when
he had dug out its only eye in the city of Philadel
phia, and left it exhibiting the classical picture of
u.Vonstmm horrendum, in for me, ingens, coi lu
r . . i . . . . ... -
xjui ine giant naa no', only recovered his vision
partially, (by the re-charter in Pennsylvania,) and
groped awkwardly about, doing (politically) as
much mischief as before; but it was also found, that
the evil offices of its legs and arms, and hands and
feet, every where through the land, were substituted
by other smaller monsters without number, each
forming the head of a terrible Hydra, of which he.
with the partially dug out eye was still the principal
head at Philadelphia.
It was left to the heroism of Robert Strange to
make battle against the whole beast, and with his
This Democratic Whig editor, as he styles
himself, has been an open and able opponent
of the Abolition fooleries that are now so
rife in the North, and for one we thank him
for the sensible manner in which he has con
ducted his articles against the fanatics. If
M. M. Noah believes the opposition party
in his State are leagued with the fanatics, toe
know that he will not long preach what he
does not practice. He is a humane man.
He i3 a man of the best sort of understand
ng, and well ne Knows tnai sometning must
be done tn the JYorth, by the cool-heads,
amongst the people there, to check effectual
ly the fanaticism that is so rife and danger-
ous. Head below irom me iNew xorK new
MORE STAR LIGHT.
We have determined not to wait until
"after General Harrison is elected to talk
to the Major. "Laugh while we live" is
our motto, and it is not our intention to pro
crastinate or chat with him so long, else we,
"Why Stand ye Here aU tne Day Idle t
Look to our Advertisements of Mulberiy trees
for raising eilk worms!
Cotton is worth nothing; (thanks to Nick Bid-
die and the run mad Banks,) and our small farmers
should try something e!se. The mulberry tress of
the right sort) are for sale in this town dirt cheap,
and so are the silk worm's eggs. North Carolina
has the exact climate and soil tor the business,
equal to Spain and the South of France. It is -a
business that can never be overdone while men wear
pocktt handkerchiefs, or their wives sew with' thread.
Now is tho precise season to make a smalf begin
ning, just fbr a trial, and four or ire dollars will be
sufficient to commence with. Come to town, Far
mers, and do not any longer delay. Enter upon a
branch of business that will as surely make you
rich as you push the thing industriously. The in
dustrious Yankees, at the North are at it already,
and make money by it. Women and children can
do all the work.
ICZF'Apply to Messrs. Wetmore, Baker, Boon,
Evans and Winslow. Ses advertisements in another
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, v
Duplin County. t
Court oj Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Janu
ary lertn, 1840.
Jemima Middleton, vs. Heirs at Law of Robert Mid-
Petition for Dower.
TTT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
-u- that William Blackledge and Wife, Mary Ca
tharine, Defendants in this case, are not inhabitants
of this State: 1 ordered that pub'ication be made
in the North Carolinian for six weeks, reouirin."
said Defendants to appear at the next Term of this
Court to be held at Kenansville, on the 3rd Mon
day in April next, and plead, answer or demur, to-
aaiu jjt-iiiii.il, oincrwiseine same will be taken as
confessed and heard exparte as to them.
Witness, James Dickson. Clerk of said Court at
office, the third Monrlay in January, A. D. 1840,,
ana ona year oi our independence.
JAMtS DU.-K.SON, Clerk.
January 28, 1840. 52-6t
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Duplin County. J
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Jan
uary rerm, 1840.
Edward E. Hussey, vs. James Soulherland.
(Original attachment, David Southerland, Sen. David
Souther land,. Jr. and Jesse B. Soulherland summoned
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
that James Southerland the Defendant in
this ease is n6 an inhabitant of this State: It is
therefore ordered, that publication be made in the
JNorlh Carolinian tor six weeks, notifying said Dc-
tenaani to appear at ine next Court ot Pleas
Quarter Sessions, to be held for said Countv. at the
f -ex i v -ii ... . 1 ; i
voun jiuusc hi - iiaiiBvuio on ine iniru ivionaay
tlie United States the assurance of his distin
H. S. FOX
Hon. John Forsyth, &c, &c.,&c.
sinele hand to strike fearlesslv for the abscission of result. From the Star of last evening we
all its heads extract the following rays of light; elicitated
We say his "single hand for few had more than by it3 contact with the Express:
hinted at the general evils of the whole system.
MR. FORSYTH TO MR. FOX.
Department of State,
Washington, January 28, 1840.
The undersigned Secretary of State of the
United States, has the honor to reply, by di
rection of the President, to the note addres
sed to him on the 26th instant, by Mr. Fox,
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipo
tentiary of Great Kritam
Ihe President derives great satisfaction
from the information conveyed by Mr. Fox's
note, that, with reference to the reported move
ments of British troops within the territory in
dispute, no actual change has taken place in
the attitude of her Majesty's authorities in the
territory, since the arrangements entered 4nto
by the two Governments, at the commence
ment of last year, for the preservation of tran
quility within its limits: and from his assu
ranees that there exists no intention on the
Part of her Maiestv's authorities, to infringe
terms of those arrangements, so long as
Do you think a United States Bank would relieve
the cou ltry from its difficulties as to the currency,
Observer. No, I have said long ago, that I was
against a United States Bank, because the people
were against it, and I say now, if the people are
against it I am too; I do not agree with Mr. Clay,
about it. He is disappointed, and will say any
thing at present.
Are you in favor of putting the money of the Gov
ernment in the local Banks, Mr. Editor?
Observer. No, Biddle's Bank is a monster, and I
dont care how soon they crush it, and as he has
failed. I would not trust any of them. 1 thought he
was an honest man,
If you are not in favor of a United States Bank,
nor of the local Banks to keep the money ot the tro
Ihey are faithfully observed on the side of the vernment in, pray tell me how you think would be
- nited States. '1 he President, however, can- tfie best way to Keep u.
not repress a feeliuw of rea ret that the British Observer. I am against the Sub-Treasury and
colonial authorities, without grayer motives i that's enough
than the possibility of a denarture from the ar-1 But Mr. Ediior, have yoa no plan, found out by
twelve months ago; and none we believe, had dared
to lay its entire deformity bare to the public view in
a set speech.
To shew how much Judge Strange stood alone,
when he attacked the Banks in the speech we allude
to; it is only necessary to call to mind the attack
which that speech brought upon him from the pen
of one Nicholas Biddle.
This man, (puffed up with the arrogance which
his success inspired, in obtaining a charter in Penn
sylvania fbr his British Bank.) had presumed to
take the opposition Whig! politics of the country
under his own peculiar supervision and central; and
"We fear, from recent indications, that
the administration of Albany is too much in
Disgusting Brutality !
ICpThe brute whose name and title are at the
head of this article, was on board of his vessel (a
sloop) in Long Island Sound, within four or five I in April next, and plead, answer of replevy to said
will be rendered
. i . i i i- . i
.u ...:.u v...rll anA fiff I -"'"1 i" n"u mo aniuuiii in me nanas oi io
8omeiinieiMiuiuuiu,niU.i.u V nersons unmmone.- as RmiKr iH lwmnHm.i
i i i i r c I . . . .
passengers on Doaro, one nunurea anu iony oi t satisfy the Vlaintitt's demand.
whom perished wretchedly! Tyrrell saw the steam- I Witness, James Dickson, Clerk of our said
boat on fire, and refused to go to Her assistance ! I ! office, in Kenansville, th i 3rd Monday in.
wen uk - - a j j aence me on. j JJlUJVoUiN, Clerk.
thus found to govern a man's acta, aH public prints I January 28 1340: 52-0t
' I . . r - I " l i . I attiihmpnl nthprwifia Tmlrvmnnt ... 1 1
. - i -i i i. iifinrthp steam.DoatL.ri nfion.woica was numi
the lYiajor, ana me ueiierai, win oe - uusi oi - - against him and the amount in
one dust" before the consummation of that
clined to yield to the influence of the Aboli- should hold up the wretch's name, for the scorn of gTjpE QF NORTH CAROLINA 1
tionists, in which case it will be necessary at all aftertiine, "to point its slow unerring finger at." n.- rv,M '
... . . . .1 x r .1 I 1 I 1
all hazards to counteract mat innuence uie . nirK il,,. i,,i of 1 f ni ,i . - r
demand it the general feeling of the Whi last Saturday time enough for our paper to-
party throughout the country may demand it j day.
1 1 a ;nk.Act rS th I 1 n inn mnv dpmnnfl it. I
JVeio Brunsmck and the nounaary ues-
thin noint- we fitrht the Abolitionists every Hon. In the St. John Gazette of the 30th of
where, yet we prefer the honest, open con- January, we have the Speech of Sir John
. c- g, . ,i.,..ki I Tfurvav. thf governor, on the openuii? of the
auci oi uiaugi:. m..j " . -". " ' r. T -r::,.
,.i.n,.a,tir. As tn "ma Urn nflnenccR' nrcvmcial parliament, on iivni0i
1 w3 . ..I.. .1 n .A-nlitirn I
nr lnHnonoo Hnf lh lr-n-- I the mlmnerS OU US lliuouciuuu wuumvu v..
WC dURUU.iCU6t r-
uary Term, 1840
Mark Keathly, vs. Owen Kornegay.
Levied on the following negroes, v'.z: Mil'y, Han
nah, Alariah and Tone
ITT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that the Defendant is not an inhabitant of
this State, it is therefore Ordered. That publi
cation be made fbr six successive weeks in The
cities, together with occasional fiatSj issued in the
form of letters to J. Q.. Adams, from his marble pa
lace at Philadelphia, he fancied himself, and in
truth was the monied autocrat of a party, set np in
open, avowed, hostile array against the government
North Carolinian, that, the riftmlant annear at
with his Attorneys General. Clay and Webster, in I , i i -n -,,trnll.l h t;nn fl tht. rnlnnv. &c. &C.; and informs them that the next Term ot this Court, and then aJid there
fh pnntP K- r.on.nA oo ;n thii Iiipm K. . . - ,t.. l ' A- .. J In otlvo nrfitrrpss for the con- replevy and plead to issue, or judsrment final by de-
, D rw.VUvU . ' the Democratic Dany, ana aunoiiffn uur inena ineasuico vw, r- . JUit hp ..H.t k;m th ni.n,0
struction of a canal connecting the JSayot DroDertT be condemned to satisfy the Plaintiff's de
Fundv with the Gulf of St. Lawrence. 1 he mand.
nnlv allusion to the boundary dispute is that I Witness, James Dickson,
l t aV.l I Ami tn rw nn nA'raivh "
James Dickson, Clerk of our aid-
in the followinff naraerauh: yourt. at ? Jenan?vJ lne 3rd Monday
"1WUV . . I in . animr
'I will not conclude this address without independl
in January, A. D. 1840, and 64th year of American
may consider it "malign," yet for our lives
vve cannot abandon them.
We really like this. Alienated for a long
time from the Democratic party, by a singu
i.r .nmhinatinn nf r.i rp ii ms ta nces. the Maior
of this free country, mainly, if not solely on account Kmi to rlionnvpr that for "his life he can- expressing to you the connaent expectation j JAMES DICKSON, Clerk
nrha r,.iiino. i ii.;. nir r.At hv that j .i :.,;l0c ,k;k k v. I .Kih T entertain, thatthe result of the explo-I January 28, 1840. 52-6t
Government. nrMS designates as "maliffn," and knowing ration of certain parts of the disputed territory ST. ATK OF IVTORTIT P, 4RHT.TN &
. f.t . . -. t- i.i, I " . . . . - i -i I u: u i Kon mads hv fnmmissinners an-1 v
in one oi mese nats irom under n.mg imcnoias the rerard entertainea ior mm oy many oi wnicu uos j -- r i Duplin Countv. t
i i T j c . . ... . i I . . j. . m -il 11 - I t V..r hor WI9IOSIV if ir 11111 iniruugc. will I '
nana, juage oirange was ridiculed Dy tne appnca- my oldjrtenas tn J. ammany ii win neeu poiuicu j j v r r - Court of Plea and Ouxrf- .WiVm. r
f,v, ...i .i.:.fc.!M.k..r,:..i. : ihnrt nrnk-.tlnn to her Maiestv's Government to advance ouri oj fleas ana tytatter Sessions, Jan
speech against the corrupt system by which the take him in full fellowship, after this sign of such proposition to tnat ot me ijnitea crates,
repentance." as the basis oi inesemeiucui u. mo
Here is another bright effulgent stream ous question involved, as must lead to its
. . . . . i P . 4i, 4 rl i nm;rahle and final adiustment In the
detectea ana laiteii irum ouuintv ijuoi ici i can;, , , , ,
lL:. u:n;.Mi?i..n:0St1.r! meantime I would express my hope that sen-
j? CorttoraTs Guard. The New Era timents of moderation and forbearance may
says that the Democratic Whigs of this city prevail on either side. Oto&e.
country was become bank-ridden: and it will be
well remembered, how many of the Bank, Opposi
tion, ragocrat party scoffed at the idea of a North
Carolina Senator's presuming to enter the lists with
Mr. Biddle un such a grave financial question.
Yes! the now, plain truths, every where admit-
'angements referred to by he State of Maine, the wisdom of your Whig friends, to set the cur- now piam truths, every where adm. - says tnai uie
sW,l take upon themselves the discretion, rency toriglUs, and keep the people's money secure- ted to be t
aid along with it, the fearful responsibility of ly?
probable consequences, of being guided by j Observer. No, none in the world except it
circumstances, liable as these are to be mis- j elect General Harrison.
dPprehended and misjudged, in the adoption I consider these as about fair specimens of the
parties, were then mocked and ridiculed by the be-
DoestheNew Era t has been elected a Senator in Congress by
in the Legislature of Tennessee, tor tne unex
' I A 1 K 3
I . . - I it -r T tko TrinHa ot Honrir I snv.4: trcU. AlCA. JlllUvloUJlj
be to sotted stolidity, or rancorous partizan zeal ot Bid- a can w. - " " " Zr"- TjL ftht lnt Comptroller of the Treasury,
Al'. hlinrl adm rPra. C aV. SlffDeO DV SOBie luuu lc. sous, 111 uie own ---- - r .
That Judae Stranse should presume to utter an columns of this paper
within iK a:..-a e e , . , r.-.i .u-r. oninion on the creatsubiect of finance, in opposition rememDer ine spumauwuc, .cpu.,,
a - puiu leiiiim;, w uiou. wi inswun, man wduiu g iiwn juu, mam u -r- - - . ..,,. .f nrhlrh thousands participated, which was
- uce and precaution, in manifest violation server upon asking him the above questions, and I ir. x.cno.as . pn,0, was , -a w. - a'ummer
But who now doubts, that the Senator's opinions iook line up.. .6--.
have had their correctness established in the history tor uenerai xxarriu, """"'J' X.VVw
of the country-and its Banks; while Biddle'. are they went for Harry of the West; but they
ul"ie Uncerstandino-hptiwppn f hp twnVoim tries, ronnoci n TVT, Rlitr.r nfthn narnlinian to nnhliah
"tnever they may imagine that acts of hos- them, as a sample of consistency and candor, as
"!Irressirkn nvor Iha HiomitfiH lomlnrv nrn I II C 1
J- v.v.. kiikj uiopuiU J i CI I US IIUJVUIIU Oii-U-HJ
wuueq or threatened on the part ot the I Pu.r CivwvB.
" rr -. M. r I V V
Richard Miller, vs. Owen Kornegay.
Levied on the following property, viz; Whit, Mill,
Hannah, ivicj-iih and Tone.
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that
the Defendant is not an inhabitant of this Slate.
It is ordered that publication be made for 6 weeks in
the North Carolinian, for him ta arnear at the'
the New Era recollect, somewhere in 1838, lJtl .T
be awarded against him, and the above property be
condemned to satisfy the Plaintiff's demand.
Witness, James Uxkson, titrit oi sain vouri
at office, in Kenansville, the third Monday in Jan- .
nary, A. D. 1840, and the 64th year of American ,
jdiucio jjivivou.i , vierK..
January 28, 1840. 52-tJt
pired term of Judge White recently resigned.
r . . .i t i a
The vote in me iegisiaturcj atvuu,
Alexander Anderson 49
it U T 117t,:n AO '
rintr 6 Blank Checks for sale at this office-