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er he said, as he introduced them Here is a true Whig" "Here is a gentleman of character and influence" "Here is an old friend," Stc. but when it came to Benjamin Watkins Leigh's turn, Daniel was in a trans port a sort of seventh heaven of enthusiasm. Give me your hand, my frieud! Wluit shall I say for you? Gentlemen," turning to the shouting Whigs, "Gentlemen! here is a lYhir of the rifiht stamp! A WHIG, as one of your banners has it,) to the back bone!!!" Why was Leigh received with such tremendous fervor? Because he is now, as he ever has been, and ever intends to be, a real blue light federalist; one of VVebsters old Hartford Convention friends; a IVhig to the back bone! who went with Webster, shoulder to shoulder in opposing Jeffersou aud Madison!! This is the reason. NORTH-CAROLINIAN. FJ VE T TJE VlJLEiE: Saturday illCAN DOMINATION. FOR P RESIDENT. Martin VanBuren. For vice president. R. ltit, Johnson. " GENERAL HARRISON IS BOTH PHY SICALLY AND INTELLECTUALLY IN COMPETENT TO PERFORM THE MANY, VARIED, ARDUOUS AND IMPORANT DU TIES WHICH MUST DEVOLVE UPON EVERY PRESIDENT OF THE U. STATES. Gov. TazeiceWs Letter. wry b-. expects thrown .. i .- . : .. unci, aim UUBFUUIIB TUtn Ind vr, Bbiitiid it prove itself s'rong enough to t ils favorite measures, charter En in: distribute the prot eeds of the sales of th lanas, raise the tariff, and enter upon Iari - of internal improvement, we shall then aoY.;, havr for the last twenty-five years. Constant ca nothing settled, expansion, then contraction currency, pr.en up, th. n down, one day - next day a 1 poor, the bestjsid p'ana of bus -i b as'ed bv an unseen nnxir th i .' ?ular labor wlii'.h always did r.j -i- insure haziness, wealth and qUl. , . , DrKi n up by idleness, exlr.ivaffnnce nd ' ,,:ns' um'' at 'is, evry thins changra a iwiuiin'' oi an eve. wn-n no nno bankruptcy overly and distress. ur, s u.uid it p ove stroma f nouh to car m asu cs.il b ink .f 850,oik rpn -,-.11 u . ed ihe Hi bis of th- States to the vm un i!'ions i f !ol a a. nrarlv, nnd prvinul . . t!ie B itih hankers and brokers, wiltVc by the Fed ral Government, th rehy mat . . nry or s xty millions t.f dollars ri hr at ou .i; . s incre:iiiinv the temptation on thi ir pnrt t :;'.-" ?: in our elect ons, inl consolidate inlnone, t ; h . money pow r of England and America, j ,v wi'l he rsiised by tnxs" Southern slave lnhor in or! mm of slavery. Th- money thus raised, expend ed with free States np.m grand schenv-s of internal improvement, rot up by the nvar'C-of some, and the ambition of o'her-, to cr ate a corruption bind, to buy up the votes ot the one hundred thousand agents, cctrrctors nnd 'aborers employed upon them. This union of si-antic wers, w ith the pntroeojre and sfijfivtnf floral gxmij jy- ji'h tf. u?a.j reeistry laws, and frauds in the elec'ion, will ac complish the second reign of Federal Terror. ft;,. A x-.Iiifr for Davie, Farmer'! Electoral Ticket. ... -nrtlJRY DOBBINS, for the cotiuties of Burke, Buncombe, Kuther- r.A H-ivwood. Macon aud laucy. 1 Z n .,.,, GEORGE BOWER, for the" counties of Wilkes, Itedell, Surry and AtdDisl ict.-HENRY FULEN WIDER for the counties of Meckleuburg, Cabarrus nd Lincoln. . -...n;,r,w BURTON CRAIG, me couuc- . . ,nd Monto-omS.Howan, Davidsc 5th District.- IA l riVTM for the couaties of RockinghatAX KM, C i 2 District.-. C. GOTTEN for the cooatiofUandolph 7th DtncLxiJcnisa Robe tor the counties oi "'Vlaiid. 'o.!tywfr. William berry, for the counties of Persou, Orange auU Grran ville. 9tb District. JOSIAII O. WATSON, for the counties of W ake, Johnston and Wayne. 10th District. ViM. P. WILLIAMS, for the counties of Warren, Franklin, Hali fax, and Nash. 11th District. A. W. MEBANE, for the counties of Bertie, Northampton, Hert ford, and Martin. 12th District. CHARLES E. JOHN SON, for the counties of Pasquotank, Gates, Chowan, Perquimous, Camden and Curri tuck. 13th District. W. L. KENNEDY, for the counties of Beaufort, Edgecomb, Pitt, Washington, Tyrrell aud Hyde. 14th District. JAMES B. WHIT FIELD, for the counties of Craven, Green, Lenoir, Joues, Carteret and Onslow. 15th District. WM. S. ASHE, for the counties of Bladen, Sampson, Columbus, Du plin, New Hanover and Brunswick. Persecution IfGneral Jackson had courted and flattered Mr Biddle and the Bank party and gnat m- rc bants, and New York brokers, and Brlish capitalists, in sti ad of putting his veto upon Buldle's Bank, he would hivrt been the pet and favorite of the aristo crats and federal whis. If Mr Van Buren had been false to the people, by making friends with the rich merchants, anil stuck- jobbing banks and wealthy British money lenders. instead of hone tly and nob'y "Pillowing in the foot steps" of his w irthy predecessor, th- hero ol New Orleans; he would hi e been landed to the skies by th whis, and n opposilion woul l bo mad to his re-elect io:i. But Jackson was bitterly sl indered and pers--cutcd by the B nk party, n! found ro r fng- fr-m their vile abue, xce; t in th intep it an'1 horexty .f . n i itelig nt e pie, who g n ronsly sustained h:m to the last, an I p onounccrl sent ncei.f Conil. in- nation upon th-bunk p arty hv trin:nt h mtly re-el tt- in ihe o'd h. ri. AikI fi ur years nft rw;.rds 'he sa".T g t eroiis democrats anil horns' Jacksinri-pub'-c .n, s'lclter-nl Mr Van B iren f'r. n th - biiter tiatr dwn l malicious V' notii ot his an I J ck son's enemies, by making him P:tsi !ett in 183C. Ever since the ore t democratic n publican partv have scl.cte.i th.s ...... V- ;r,-lk fl, 'SUJ er i it'iK lar !" - ... . t ne " coon s' in party hav changed their name so often that no one can k-p up with their shifts and tur iMs. They were Federalists in 1912; a'tcrwards National Republicans; then Whigs; and always her. tofore, hated and abused and villifi ed the name of Democrat. But now (what think j pntin, nesi,repnDircan reader T) these misera bl turn coats, in New York and Baltimore, just on the eve of the elect o t, and toch at our friends, have dropped the name of Whir, and impudently call themselves Democratic Repu'licans ? If a man, trav lling in diff rent countries and States, changes his name wherever he go- s, he is apt to have no principles; and ten to one, if he does not prove a thorough rogue. If Federal Whigs were guided by principle, in their politics, they would let their name show their pnncipl. s, and not change their name to hide them. The Democrats hare never once changed their name, pi nee Jefferson t.. at Adams, forty yearn a. V-.'iH thev let the Federalist i-ai t(leir nomi3 ? vem'ier will tell. . i .i:i ... TafU (tin. a their malic r.U- s alts at, as j llt-Oll 1 l ' " ' t7 rtT ivvy yy ywy y u u u y gyOYEZ! OYEZ! OYEZ! Ml manner of persons indebted for the JYORTH send up your Money bring U send it by private conveyance send it by the Postmasters. But be sure to let us have it, or Martin Van Buren will be beaten. We intend this as a deliberate, premedita ted dun, and no mistake. Q Take notice. The election for Electors to vote for President and Vice President, in tbls State, wtl take place on tbe 12tli or NoTtm. ' ber next, tCPThe proceedings of the meeting in this town on Monday last, left out for want of room, also the poetry by "Hard Cider," and Mr T. Waddell's letter. "tf V k COQ,el1,ence Southern Citizens. U Van Buren is turned out, northern democrats ho have been fighting for Southern rights, are put own. The abolitionists will walk over the course with scarce a competitor, so powerful have they be came as a partv by foreign aid, in money, numbers, newspaper presses and organization. The vacant seats of the democratic members of Congress, will filled with members elected as abolitionists, or 7 their influence, or they would not have got there w'thout it. General Harrison's administration jnust make the same concessions as New York 9 bcen obliged to do, or Ihey will abandon it and "nite with its enemies. Harrison will not dare to K Use 80 Powerful a party, he must grant something; one concession will only strengthen their claims n whet their appetites for further concessions, Urtl ,hs South will be.driven to adopt s'rong mea SUlcs of dfcnce, to secure their lives and property na to preserve the Union. t lftlle concessions asked are refhsed, Harri es administration will lose one of its strongest PPorts, its right wing ; It will sink into impotence Bcorn, and will be too weak against the power- opposition of the Van Buren party, to administer e Government ; whereby, the whole trade, curren ts commrce and buin-M of the eountr7 wln b 1- ..... Ua ive always u-cii , p. ,,t nnt(i the ( deral liank kon democrats o ?C!l tt eir they d.d at Munrne nd .naiiiJ-Y-s, the propc's favorites h pama of halreO ane i.j -1 il il,a nIJ an,l sl,.n- HraZ.sf5hateh,..,an.lp rec..te ,- , " V5. tnanoei false accua- tons against him? If thPyan they are . .wards II they d -, they become the bfcM,t servile, ban bought tools and slaves of Federalism. But the will not. The old repub ican party " wnn r a i.l....:ir . : j TImit will sustain te man ot th. ir choice and never -ro c' or bend the knee to their old enemies, the t ederalits. Meeting of Democratic Merchant.. Yes, r ader, Democratic Merchants ! Stare if Vi. will, but it is even so that a numerous meeting of New York merchants, nnd true dtmocrats too, was h Id on the 1 8th int., in front ol the Exchange, in Will! street, and ao'dressed by Senator Wiight and Mr Butler. The m. rch ints there bein to see, th.it trade w;U reiu'at- itself, if fie sov-rnment will let it, and thit the onlv way to make commerce flourish is not to f tt r it. Tl. se men feel -he tfifiVence between the tax, but in Mr Ga'"118 own words, "to hor.est ha- king, such as th ir own city exhibits, by show our wealth at 'me dd to the value m.t supe-.d.n pavments, and t'.e fraudulent sus- f our domesf;c iidustry. pensions of he banks in other reg'ons. They now , . t,;j 1TTTT? rrTTTD t stoVf-V- nvival I business, th t their honesty has ; - . "Tit " fiize. :U 'I'H'nCl', an'i glv-n new viaor to raier- "un i" uie . v j.iAasa., iui a Preside t, ha'-'J J sustain th man whose cou'sn he right version on that subject; a noble despotism. And the who e U"try froma bank ryu; yVh . u h s aid in defence of Mr xample ofth citv. mi follow the . . j-.- 1 - inn Ritron la hpvnnil rontrarlidinn v,. Th Prospect. Our intelligence from the four great Rates of Vir ginia, Pennsylvania, New Yoik and Ohio, is mot cheering. A great convention of the Democrats was lately held in Virginia, nt Charlottesville, and every countv in the Slate is now well organized, and our friends in high spi its, and confident of suc cess. A meeting of 60,000 Democrats took place at Poii-bkeepsie, in New York, on the 16tb inst., An entire certainty of carrying the State seems to animate the party. Business has revived in the city of New Yo-k, without the help of a National Bank) and people there bein to see that the Sub Tr asurv has not killed any body. In Ohio, Dem ocratic niC'-ting are numerous and large. Col. R. M. JOHNSON, the Vice President, was invited to a great many of them, and was received with th utmost enthusiasm. There i a majority of 10,000 Democrats in that State, nnd it is confidently believ ed that Harrison's residence th-re cannot c'lan that number. As for Pennsylvania, the Whigs all bra" and blab as th v are, do not pr-teod to darn tiis State; it will ffive Van Buren a majori'y of I5,tf'0. IZZF" The vote of any three out of tbes- fbur States, will ensure Mr Van Bnren's re-election U ARMY lit. HOOE CASE CEN crf lifLL and the PRESIDENT'S wo consider it our duty to true construction to each of these used by our opponents for eleclion-i-T n jrposes alone. the Standing Jlrmy, m thy report received by the committees of either ' t convincing proof that settles this that nothing of the kind could in- ; r American people ; and who are the t i.i ri the couutry, but the voters them- - ; i' iVhat people decide at the ballot box t -K; f lilitia of the United States ? And ' ' 3ple to be persuaded to believe that ' iot trust themselves ? We say NO,- i - ooa ot tne opposition cannot force s. : : th a belief. in ;; e case of Lt. HOOE of the Navy, nartial was composed of FIVE s-. i aen out of seven ; the Judge Advo- (hern man, and an anti-administra- the evidence to rights about what 1 t to be ustd ; and no advantage was taken of the Lieutenant ; his trial was fair and impartial, and but for the opposition to Mr Van Buren, Mr Hooe would never have been thought of. Why did the Whigs not seen redress in tne case ot Uommodoro Porter, to do a veteran justice, when Mr Ad ama suspended him for pursuing a piratical crew taeneral I -a Fayette used his exer tions to get the gallant Porter restored, but JV O ! says Mr Adams . Commodore Porter had not even the trial of a court martial; and we have the same opposition to contend with nov, that opjosed the Democratic party nt that day. Mr Adams is now where he was then ; so is Mr Clay, and their Whig candidate for Ihe Presidency Gen, Harrison, The Census Bill, with the amendment of chickens, ducks, and eggs, was orought for ward by the honorable Rice Garland, of La For what purpose, did he say? To show that there was greater wealth la tir country than we were aware of, and to sbow that it was ne cessary to obtain this valmtiou it must become a law it did become a w. Had tne Presid ent any thing to do with it, more than ap- v;;.re the vote of btn Houses ot congress; VV hat e kave fcie Whigs not made of thi, as they sa. ne Census Bill ? We say they have charge Mr Van Buren with making the law, that ftey have told this tsle to those that were not better informed oi this subject, knowing that it was not so Ior 'he law of (ihe amendment is not irnded to increase 4 4 Don't Give up the Ship. The history of all elections proves that elections for State officers are no test of the great questions involved in the elections for President. Dudley beat Speight 5000 vot';s in August 1836, for Gov ernor, and yet Van Buren beat White with Webster and Harrison to back him, 3000 votes in November 1836. This was a change of 8000 from August to No vember. Why may not the same thing ba done now? Shall coon skins and goards, and log cabin hurrahs prevent it ? NO ! Every democrat, every anti-bank republican will exert himself, and he sure to put in his vote in November, and if so the tables will be turned in .North Carolina as they were four years ago. l nere is noining to prevent u UUi cowardice and craven submission to the will of our bank masters. The standing army humbug, Ogle's lies, and the foolish, contemptible cry against the census, will all lose there eff ct by November. The good people will see that they have been basely, meanly cheated and deceived out of their votes by talse c amors against an honest President- A Pre sident whom they will lift up and exalt, because the old federal enemies of freedom would trample him under foot and spit upon him. Nail your colors to the mast men. -Jjom give op the ship." f tZJSee the meeting in Hanover. The democrats of this glorious county are awake and organizing manfully for the conflict on the 12th of November next, resolved to do even better for Van Buren than they did for Saunders in August. Follow their lead Onslow; fall in Duplin, Sampson, tuaaen, oium bus and all tbe democratic counties. Hold meet ings and appoint men in every captain's company. Do this at once ano -"'"-' skins have scared the folks into whigery will follow your example. The democrats of the oW J orui win not "stay Deaien. ICF'The wnga are to see how many coon skins and cider goards they can get together in Kaieign, on tbe 5th of October next. Sundry pine pole pens notched up on wagon wheels are to be hauled up there, to put the goards and skins in. It is thought that the range oi me coons win ue . j up this fall, by the bank whigs, and that the entire cron of foards will be nsed up, so as to make a pressure in the goard business next season. The open, frank, manly course of the President. Almost every week presents the strong contrast we have an often spoken of between Mr Van Buren and General Mum, when the people address them ask- ,gl ina their opinions. J w Another letter of the 14th in was vrittsn tiv' the President, and pnbliahi d, giving his undisguis ed opinion to several citizens of Pennsylvania who wrote to him asking suih expression. Every day givea eviaence mat onr republican leader at Wash i n ton has not, 1 ke Harrison, any opinions to keep rum ue jjuuiic eye. " Jl glance at the late Battle Ground. Let Wil mington Congressional District be a sample for the State and the Union. Out of seven counties there is but one whig elect ed to the Logiiature, whereas there were three in $ d' 1838, and Sannd' rs' majority over Morehead is over 2000. This D strict will do better i n Novem- i her; and if every strong democratic county wi;l I tnsne a vigorous eflbrt to increase its majority in nove r.ber, the Mate can he redeemed Irom the grisp of federalism. Let such conn'i- s organize hr t, and this will set the example to the reat. DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICAN MEETING IN NEW HANOVER COUNTY. According to notice given, a large and re-;!' spectable portion of the Democratic party of New Hanover met at the Court Room, on the evening of the 15th inst On motion, N. N. DIXON, Esq. was chosen Presideut, and M. R. DEVANE, and WM. B.JONES, appointed Secretaries. On motion of W. S. Ashe, a committee of three Charles Henry, Doyle CPHanlon, and E. IV. Saunders, were appointed to draw up resolutions, &c, expressive of the views of this meeting. The committee after retiring a short time, introduced the following remarks preamble and resolutions, which were unani mously adopted ; Whereas it is the privilege of freemen to assemble together for the purpose of express ing their sentiments in the present content going on between the two great parties strug gling for the ascendancy in the choice of their next Presideut to succeed to the admin istration of the American government, to com mence the 4th of March next, we, as brothers of the Democratic party of this happy Repub lic, resolve to use all the honorable means in our power, to re-elect MARTIN VAN BU REN to the high office he now fills, for the benefit of our country at large. Having full confidence in the virtue, patri otism and intelligence of the party at this day, in favor of the present chief magistrate of our country, we deem it our duty to associate and mingle together as one people, to use all honorable aud fair means to carry out the views of the Democratic party in the pending election. Knowing the unfair means that have been and are still used by the enemies of Mr Van Buren, and particularly those that have op posed him from the beginning of his admin istration to the present hour, we hereby re solve to unite stronger than ever, and faith fully to advance onward to his re-election in November next, believingthrough him that our Constitution, laws and rights are secure ; and as it has been the course of the party call ed Whigs, to use all unfair and dishonorable means in their power to lead astray the unsus pecting and plain thinking people of our coun try with four humbug, vix : The STAND- -.. gK truh contempt for popular intelligence and virtue, and such a total want of generous confidence in the people as ought to excite their alarm and just indignatiou. WM. S. ASHE, Esqr, addressed the meeting after the adoption of the foregoing preamble and resolutions, in an appropriate manner. H. L. HOLMES, Esq., of Cumberland county, being present, was called upon, and addressed the meeting in a gentlemanly and masterly manner. Mr. E. W. Saunders then made a few remarks. After which the following resolutions were introduced and passed unanimously : Resolved, That it is higly expedient that a Committee of Vigilance, consisting of 20 persons, be appointed in each captain's dis trict, whose duty it shall be, to bring to the polls the whole undivided democratic vote, in our November elections. Resolved, That it shall be the duty of the Secretaries of this meeting to inform each in dividual of his appointment, and to request of nim an eariy, strict, ana devoted attention to the performance of his duty. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the Chairman and Sec retaries, and forward the same to the Fayet teville North Carolininn and Raleigh Stand ard, with request that they publish the same. On motion, The meeting adjourned. N. N. NIXON, Chairman. M. R. Devane, i c . . Wm. B.Jones, J Secretaries. i j'i 'IV f t r r c I o o s; e a ! i a Ci tt i . i O- V J ol i th oi it . ir ' b P5 & OF fen nj pri LOTTERIES, 31 AGNIF1C E3 NT SCHEM ES, Far October and JVovembfr. D. S. GREGORY, & CO. MANAGERS. FIVE CAPITALS OF 20,000 Dollars AMOUNTING TO $100,000 ! ! ! MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY Class A, for 1840. To be drawn at Baltimore, Saturday October 17th, 1840. prize dress. 1 i- yet it i usa- 5 c GRAND CAPITALS. Of $20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 20,000 MAKING 100,000 dollars, 1 Jfuze ot S Prizes of 3 4 10 60 60 63 63 85 63 63 u M (t n.i n 5,000 4,000 2,S00 2,000 1,000 500 300 200 400 250 100 MARRIED. In this town, on Tuestlav evening last, in St.' John's Charch, Mr THOMAS S. LUTTERLOH, merchant, to M inn MARY FRANCES, daughter of Rev. Jarvis B. Buxton. XZBS. In the County of Anson.on the I "th inst., of bil lions fovcr, Mrs PHEBE W ATKINS, consort ef the late James Watkins, dee'd., in the sixty-first year of her age leaving an extensive connexion, and a numerous circle oi devoted friends, to lament h r loss. The deceased bad been a devoted member of thf Baptist Church from an early age, and until her death sustained amongst all who knew her, (like ber much lar.iented husband) a hih character f .r Industry, onorny, Hospitality, Benevolence, and Christian- teity. And although her opportu. nity for an early education was limited, nevertheless, nature had done so much for her, and grace so much more, that it may truly be said, that all the virtues that ennoble hsr sex, was predominant in her gen r il demeanor. She is gone to reap a rich reward, and although dead, by her bright example, ahe yet spcaketh, and will Jong- live in the memory of her friends, and. numerous acquaintances. ..We sbul! seldom, if ever, look upon her like again. Communicated. In Cumberland county, on Wednesday, 23d Inst.,' at the reidence of ber father, Miss MARGARET (daughter of James A.) BYRNE, about 14 years of age. THS SCHOOL proposed by the subscriber in former advertisements will be. opened on Tuesday the 6th of October, in the large hall ad joining the houae of Mr Xlenry Erambert, nearl? opposite the State Bank. Terms. Tuition in ad' vance, and felO 25 for languages, per term ; g8 25 for English stadies. . S. COLTO'V Fayetteville, Sept. 321840. 83-2t Strayed or Stolen From my stable, on Tuesday of our September court a fray JKart, about seven years old, and fourteen hands high. She is short built add thick set, with an indentation on the Bide of her neck, and a knot or lump in her side. Any person who will deliver said mare to me in Jaekyon, or give any information which will enable me to get her again, will be liber ally rewarded, Wm. B. TURNER. Jack sen, N. C, Sept. 15, 1810. 83 EXECUTOR'S SALE. PURSUANT, to a provision of the lan Will and Testament or James Watkins, dee'd., tho undersigned will expose to public sale on the pre mises, about six or seven miles north of Wadesbo rouh, in the countv of Anson. N. C on Werfn. day the 21st October next, all that valuable tract r.f land, on which the dee'd. formerly resided, contain ing upwaras or one inousana acres, with a large plantation in tolerable repair, well adapted to tin raising of cotton, corn, wheat, oats, peas and pota toes ; with a large, new, and well constructrd dwelling, and all necessary out buildings on it, al so, will be sold, a great many valuable articles of household and kitchen furniture, farming utensil. and plantation tools, together with some cattle, hncra and sheep. A credit until 1st January 1842 will ba given. Bond, with two or more unauestionable se curities will be required of purchasers. Wm. A. MORRIS, Executor. September ISth, 1840. 83-3t The Favetteville Observer wiil codv twies. and forward his account to me at Diamond Hi!i, Anson co. N. C. W. A. M. xtsaxxasNTAXi orders. The Officers and Privates,1 composing the 33a Roviment of North Carolina Militia, are hereby or dered to parade at the Court House in Fayetteville, armed and equipped, as uie Law airecis, ioricsp'b- tinn nnd Drill. . , "Iff - .. ..J am.1 . m i . -, - -i l i I l lie commissioned umi;er mraucra m tD INQ. .LtOttery lS Uraw" udiiuia tho day previous, at lO o'clock, a. m. for exercise. Tickets 8 IS, Halves T SO, Quarters s is, f!.rf of Parkaes of 25 whole tickets S200 &C. &C. &C. Do Do do do 25 half do 25 quarter do 100 50 By order ot the Col. Commdt., ELIJAH FULLER, Acting Adj-t, Sept. 25, 1840. U MOST Capital SPLENDID $60,000 ! WHOLESALE PRICES CURRENT. Corrected weekly for the North Carolinian. FAYETTEVIIiLEi ALSO $30,000 $15,000 AND SKteen Drawn Numbers in each Package of 26 Tickets. ' More Prizes than Blanfcs. Alexandria Lottery, Class B, for 1S40. To be drawn at Alexandria, D. C. on Satur day, November 14th, 1840. i $SO,0QDQD, I Pri,P. nf $30,000' tr- rit Ct . - lO.UW t c (I tt U It t. 4 Prizes of ! B 10 50 50 50 00 CO '70 "84 tt tt tt tt tt tt tt 10,000 a,ooo 7,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 2,500 2,311 $2,000 1,750 1,500 1,000 600 400 300 250 200 150 Brandy, peach, " applo, Bacon, Beeswax, Butter, Bale Rope, Cotton Yarn, Coffee, Cotton, Cotton Bagging, Corn, Candles, F. F. Flaxseed, Flour, Feathers, Hides, green, dry Iron, bar, Lime, Lard, Molasses, Salt, per buaner, sack, Sugar, brawn, 41 lurrp, loaf. Tobacco, leaf Wheat, Whiskey, Wool, a a a S 0 45 00 37 00 8 00 15 0 8 ie 00 12 00 s 00 16 50 00 17 0 90 41 00 35 00 4 00 13 5 9 a 33 a It i 6 16 18 a 4 a a SO 13 a m a a a a m a a a a a a a SCO SO 00 43 00 10 00 26 25 00 lit it 00 1S 00 8 00 2S 00 ! CO 00 37 J 00 00 14 51 00 00 00 10 v. A 12 00 30 41 85 0 too scarce, dull, dull, &c. &c &.. Iiw- onlv 0, Halvea lO, Quarter. , Eighths S3 CO. ertificatesofPackageaofaewhole tickets S260 Do do 26 halves u -. J. OR nnnrters Do do do 26 quarters 26 eighths 32 Shares or Cfcrtifi- of Packnge- tbe above M.gnifice XLS. will receive the moat prompt attent on. ind an official account of each drawing - iately after it is over to all wno oruer .u, u.. LAddres Managers. ' W'waigtonCitt, D, C Bacon," Butter, Beeswax, Bale Rope, Brandy, appie, Corn, per bushel. Coffee, Cotton, per 100 Iba. Cotton Bagging, Flour, per bbl. Gin, American, Lime, cask. Molasses, Pitch, at the Stills, Rice, per 100 lbs. Rum, N. E. Susar. brown. Turpentine, soft, per bbl. 1 71 Turpentine, hard Tar, per bbl. Pitch do Rosin, do Flooring boards, M. Wide do do Shingles. Country, Contract. 0 17 S3 6 49 35 It SO S 75 38 1 25 28 1 75 t 25 38 61 a $00 14 s 22 a a a a. a a a tt 26 8 SO eo 13 S3 40 50 32 00 sa do do 0 00a 1 75 a 1 37 7 50 7 50 a I 75 a 3 00 a half prica 1 36 2 00 1 50 2 37 4 00 TtBOTPAMPHLBTS EXECUTED AT THIS OFFICE Witft neatness ami despatch.