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Ina the NevTork Commercial Adnrtiicr.
PlviilM, Viafitt rail*. Oct. 8.
To? will kir? nco by the frontier
newspaper* oo both tides el tbe border,
If not bf tho numerous handbill* Ktt?
tered in ell directions, utbet aeveral
(emleaeo," not in tbe least interested,
end in tbe eeoet liberal meaner possible,
" lately sssocisted for the purpose cf
giving e treat to the ladtea and f entlo
nen of tbe United State*, end of tbe
provinces of Upper end Lover Cana
ds."
But do not tuppoae, food Mesa re.
editors, because I happeo to be here
Joat at tb>? time, that I came for en idle
cariosity to witness tbe exhibit ion. Like
? great many other gentlemen from the
provinces on both sidea ot the Niagara
revuiet, I was called here upon pressing
butines*; and being here, I must either
abut my eyes, or tee the abow. The
arrangements cootemplsted the blowing
up o! a Urge projecting rock, near tbe
Indian Ladder* el half past 12 o'clock,
on Tuesday the 6th, the blowiag off ot
a p*rt of Mrs Dawson's island, on the
rasrgin of the Bitisb Fills, 1 o'clock,
and the bursting off the outer Terrapin
rock, at hair past I o'clock, on the mar
gin of (he American Falls, near the icr*
miaatioc ot the bridge which projects
out of the serge of the precipice, from
Goat Island, towards the Canadian shore.
It was originally intended to have- made
a atill greater blast, by throwing off near
n quarter of an acre or tbe surface of
Tablr Rock, immediately below where
tbe large fragment fell some two years
since. Tnere is a fissure of sixty or se
venty feet long, by more than a hundred
deep, which seems now si moat to sepa
rate this immense block from the migh
ty rampart o'er which it fearfully im
pend*. And to tell the truth, from the
rapid disintegration of tho shale st its
bsse, it slres'y hangs but inaecurely,
end thres'eos ere long, to tumble into
the abyss by its own aprcific gravity.
And it is feared some rash an?' inexpe
rienceri young travellers may be stand
ing upon its iuToaii?. at the time of its
eepara'ton. unleas it sbouH chance to
fall ?n he night, as others have fal'en
before tt. Unrler these rircu stances,
H . r >rsyth had de'ermmed t?? ti*ke
off hit c?i? by an artificial earthquake,
on *he 6 h ? But the colonial ?0*era
m-nt hearing of this jvaject, and S'?"
J >h;. Colburne fearing, perhaps, that he
whole cataract might be blown up, and ?
the upper lake* be let out to drown hi? j
beau.iful capital of York. lcj*?ng ?he ]
Welland ra.ial high so * dry, issued an i
order at once 10 pretent the <-xp| -sion,
?D'< avert the di?-e r ??astrophe
Th~ r? xt u trca " wa? to be the da
accu oi !b<- aroo.>ni*r at three -Al /ck. j
Punctually t-? the hour, the was tnwred J
to the 'out oT Grand Islan *, and lef to j
her own ^uid^nce. a few degrees n-^rin j
north west of ?ne celebrate i cry of Ars? !
rat, fouoded by a threat tabtn of ancient .
time*, bat the natneruus spires and tur*
rets, and me frowning cities of *hich
I cj ild not see, on account of the dense
and oeautuul fores s with w? ich the i
suburbs of the city were ornamented. '
This was a truly bcauti'ul apectaclc. j
At fi s* the Superior looked tike a little j
di.kspe' upon the wa'er, it. creasing in .
size ts ?t *as borne down the current. ;
The wi'ers abate the rapida wee as
smooth as a sea ol glass, and the son
Shane upou them as upon the sutfaceof
a po'ishrd mirror. How deceitfu' the
cs;m! A?ui here I might moralize, if
I nad ticne. It w*s intended 'hat the
schooner ihcuid be sw.pt down the
main cnanocl near 'he Canadian shore. :
Her T^lo<"i!y beotne quicker as she j
glided gr.ce'uiiy riwi/J, running like
a you'S in the #:n ?-r.ih ea ol plejsire,
to >?>?<t an* cena.n dc??rucurr>. By aftd
by, her rj)iS>i were discerna^ie; and
lh-u 'h* at^'ak.s upon her sides. Ar.d
ti w she approathed ihe rapids. It was
a mo men r?? brevhlcss m erest. N jw i
she phin. *1 into the oreakfra, and w.;b {
a Iwu ! r~t :sn . *.?y wont both mas s in j
an irs-sni S "t was now lost ?n the
surf; ji?' n't* again alio rose proudly
upon 'he surge, and though dmnaoid, '
plrnged gallantly among ihe successive j
b 'akers l.ke the noble war need in
baide. B i her *:rugg!e was short. Sne
ha! nn.ered the rapids at too great a
distance from the snore; and wheeling I
round in ?n eddy, broadside to ' he cur
ten*, she s*ry<k upon a flat rork, about
mtd^nv between fioa Island and the
shore whrre ihe now lies, the hull en
tir , *>.df!in/, defian' e to 'he impetuous
torreu which comes dashing against
and ru?t?i'ig oy he-. Tnu* closed the
mem rane 6 not Ost Jber, 1829, >n the
Ni fron- i?r_*ith ? premise wuch
noh^dy beliesed would be perform- d,
that Mr, Sa>nuel Patch, gon>. sh >uld
leap 'i?e cataract on the day following,
at 12 o'clock precisely.
It was arranged 'bit he should leap
from a ladder, erected at the loot of ihe
precip?ce below Ooai Idaod, midway
between the B'itisn and American falls.
S>m came out from a cleft in the lock,
drc*sed in white, and quickly ascendrd
the ladder, amidst cheers ?o loud, that
th^y wculd have been heard far abroad,
had ?) n ? been f '?r the roaring of tha
turbo1' n Niagara. A' length he reach*
ed the pi'-ua' le, ? ?rre he aai for a mo
ment it *c ? a ?ea gul? upon the corner of
a cloud. N >w S<. ??re cbed himself to
his full If' g b? f?-.w d js gra. efully as
lie could to the g^miemeo? k as**1 hit
biOd tp ibu aoitcr sex, aud made hit
tearful lup. " What i Call vn that, my
countrymen." Hi sank down tod dia
ap pea rod in the whirling cauldroo. which
closed upou and boiled over him. u Ho
baa oaado as everlastiog leap," aaid an
old man, wiping avaj a tear. It was
now time to look about for the new mes
senger to tho deep; and the boat plied
briakly round the odd 7, to seize him by
the crown as soon as be should rise to
the surface. But Sam did'tn choose to fa
tor them with his custom* aa he contin
uod to scull himself ashore unperceived
by any body, and the next vhat was seen
efa him be was discovered clambering
up the rocks like a soaked muskrati He
waa received with hearty cheers, and
the people all scampered home to dry
their clothes and talk grandiloquently of
the hero of the day. At our house, it |
was voted nem eon. that Sam Patch ie
but a scurvy name for tho boro who was j
the first to leep the cascsde, and lsve in
the besin of the Niagara, and thst hence*
forward he aha!! be known by the more
eppropriate cognomen of Samuel O'Ca.
tab act, Esq.
Africa* CoLONiavriO!*. ? It is now
lurn; years since .he Central Association
at Washington, aided by affiliated soci
eties in many of the states, including se
veral slave stste>, conceived and execu
ted the plan of establishing a colon? on
the coast of Africa, for the recep:?oo of
such manumitted slaves or free blacks
as might be sent thither. This colony,
though asaailed bjr sickness aui war,
haa nevertheless signally prospered; it i?
now no longer a doubtfnl experiment.
Toe annexed article from the Richmond
Enquirer, proves that, in that region as
elsewhere, the operations of this society
are regarded with hope and wih com
placency?and the address of tnr man
agers of the colonisation S ?cie'y a' Ai
bany show how much interest is fe ? :u j
our own capital on the snbie -
JT. Y. American.
From the Richmond Enquirer.
The American Col?n.zauon Society
has eleven state auxi ianes. Th-J legis
latures of eleven slates have publicly
expressed their approbation of its plans,
and of these eleven six are -uve state*.
O ie slave stare has raad<- an annu*! ap.
p opriation to aid the society. Among
he emigrants recently sent out by the .
society were ISO manumitted slaves. I
At the close of !f*e year a passage was 1
?ought for 200 sl?*v*s. and 2000 wora (
reaJy ?n J :lr '??t to be ac t fr?>m North '
Carol;- a. T' c ?ge?i? o' the S.ate Soci
in Kentucky wives, " I a?n perfect- ]
ly astonished a' the ardor with which |
nun <>? nil rar.ks cn'er in<o the pans of |
me tot e y In ,$."??ng round to receive ,
?n -mbcr>, I .was informed oy many indi- i
vtJuais that t were penectly ready
?o surrender their negroes at any tirno
the society miglit he prepared to re
ceive them." 1
Manufactured of ?hom. in a*o about
Pittsburgh. Ha.
U p ;n diligant inquny, we learn that
there arr consumed annually, in tho ii(
ter-'it foundries, rolling mills and steam
engine factories, in and about Pittsburg,
?ix thousand tons of blooms, and five
thousand tons of pig metal. Tnese ar
ticles are brought principally down the
Mo .ongihela and Alleghany rirci.
List year considerable quantities were
brought up from Ohio and Kentucky,
ai.d contracts have lately been made for
a lar^e quaati'y frotn Tennessee.
The^e ire nine foundries, which use
about 3 5 )0 *?>??-. of pig metal, and em
ploy aoo it 225 nands.
The rod.n^ mills are eight in num*
her, and are now principally employed
in roll'.ig J mi*. a bljoma.of wh-.ch thry
use about 6 000 tons. Tbry alio con
sume ah^ut 1.500 tons of pig metal, and
employ about 320 hsnds.
Tnereare nine nail factories, which
manufacture daily about 1 4 tona of n<tils,
and employ about 150 hand*.
There ar- also seven steam engine
factories, in which are employed about
210 hands. As yet but three steam en.
gmrs ha?e been aent east of the moun
tains, four or five to the northern lakes,
and one to Mexico. Within one or two
years past, tho casting of sugar kettles,
sutfsr mills, and smsll %teatn engines to
tfiive them, for the planters of Louisia
na, has >ecome a very important branch
of our manufacturing business, and ia
increasing.
In addition to the metal and blooms
ab ve mentioned, a Urge quantity of bar
iron ia brought to P tsburg from Juni
ata. Pitfburg Gazette.
Lusus Nature. ? Since the exhibi
tion >1 me Siamese youths, accounts of
similar prodigies have been published.
The Massachusetts Journal publishes
an ex ract from a manuscript letter of
the celebrated L)r. Cotton Mather, ad.
dressed to a member of the Royal Soci
e*y of Ljt'don} from which it appears
thtt two childrer. (daughters) were born
in B istoo in 1713. which were ?? so uni
te'! as to tfT?rd a shocking spee'acle.'*
J They were in all poios, says the doctor,
?? two lu?ty rhildrcn, oniy 'rom near the
tops of th'ir hieasts to the lower par's of
their abdomens, they grew together in
such a manner that without a destruc
tloo to both it woul ' have >een impoasi
ble o tiavo paned them. Tneir union
1 f r he w <le b -ad'h .?t ineir chest,
and i ten head ? lay on the cheeks of each
other, their arms in a mutual embrace
?f their bodies. Tbey died M iooq as |
l toy vera born."
Buffon's supplements (o Natural Hit- '
tory furnishes to account of ivio liiteri, ;
bora at Txoni, Hungary, m the year
1701, who were united together />er let 1
rein a (at the hips ) They were called
Helen ami Judith. Helen wis born
throe boura before iudi b. The former
was very tall and very dexterous; while
Judith waa abort and a little humpback
ed. They could oot see each other, ex
cept by turning their head. Wnen in
company, no difference was perceived
from other women. Tnev agreed well
and were very affectionate. At six "ears
of age, Judith became palsied on the
left side; and although shs was appa
rently cured, there was always an im
pression left, which occasioned her mind
to be west aod heavy. On the contrary,
Helen was handsome and lively, was
rery intelligent and even witty. They
had at the same time the small pox, and
also the measles; but all other sickness
or indupositiuns came at different peri
ods. Judi'h was subject to cougb and
fever, and Helen enjoyed good health.
As they approsched the age of twenty
two years, J?jdi?h took a fever, fell into
a lethergf, *nd died on the 23.J Feb'u
ary. Po#r Helen wss cumpolled to fol
low oer. Turee mmuies oefore the
death ot her sister, sue tell into an ag.?
ny, and die*) almost at tho same mo
ment.
^Vhirlwind ? I'.r O v>n.Ugo(New I
Y h k)^? . ar \ .('JU'!) ? j itr:?fic whirl. '
?v.?i 1 expcrten-ed an Fr 'if !;? S h ul
'im?, mine *r?!fr "art ;? <ha county:
11 Toe c'ay had '?rc-. \*arrn. <*?:h -how
en iTrorn lamrd vt'1 i : rei . u I no"n,
when a Iteivjr J-c*. !">ud -p peered ir
?ha north west. >?? .nci> -e *f;tdly. and
? - 1 attended wr.^ h"> uncommon roar.
! A* it approache j. ih - snui .i rr\s*rtuled, |
| ut ihfi words of our .t, ??
I I j ids of erap'y barrets i.-iven fiercely
over rough ground." i >e iircct?o.?
of the whirl "in J (jy o?cr C'fH Lak~,
the w.iurs of whrh were *stvcd in ? |
I column tererai hundre-i feci aOov? the j
i surfsc-., ?.?i carrieu to tho u;ipo?ne i
1 shore. T'ie w dtt? n which 'rce* sod !
fences w-are pfv-.tt.itcd *ds a?ou*. fif en j
rods, though .hf- -oos; corople;? de- j
atruction effe .od >n *b'>yt o<:e ihir j i
of mat spa.e in :ne centre. N nm?? {
was left a -andiag hce. T' c .l?*<?i?in;? f
houdc of M-. Cii->oa W'?a unfortuns e;y i
situated wirhiu fits rin e, and a ?><? {
| moment wnen fin s r i^k t<ie ro i; a?
i cen'ied twj hu idr> d itet in o tne nr.
. The whole nuilUing wi? co-nol<-te.y d
' tnol.-!icd. F'?i r person* w:r* in it, two
I of wi.om ?.sci,)0^ wi'hou' ,r.ji. y ?? ;:iird
| w-.s pr-cipi d*.ed through in fV> u o J
the c?il?r. whitst Mr Cam>rn nj.> 4 .< j; ?
broke; . A.ticles of cIo'htn< tr m ?.n?^
houie fell at the distance o* five mil- s,
and shingles *>re c ?r led two miles ia'
ther. I a forr? *ppars to h^ve been
spoilt before e<rMo? Qirni?!u?."
' La Fatettbin r kk Jwitkb Stvtr-.
? \ to. y o. Mr L V>s *. ot*"\ ?
has b- en r?"-c.*cd. I ? in two vol-. 8 '
vo. and i* spirr edif *% t ?t en. r ne tol- I
lowmq interesting ?-x'ract is 'raoslj-ed.
| ??General L-'jyet <?,'* *?y* he nir*
, rator. ?' w s dailj n king prep ?rati-jri9
i lor tits return to Ej'opr, but before
Icring the soil of A nrrira, he wa?
anxious to revisit tome of hit ol 1 friends
in Virginia, and especially, h* desire'
to see hirn who, as CVel M?K,^lr3te?
haH raco *e?J mm at he -*eji o' Gj?
eminent, and who, now retrrd to pri?
?ate life, ro ttnurd tci give o his '.el.ow 1
\ citixms an examp e of every virtue, j
[The# General ?nenn mtd his wiah io *
Presidtnt Ad3m-*, wnn iforaedia'el? of. i
fered to accomps.iv fiim >n t;?e vi?u, '
saying 'hit 'he woul < gladly avail ut *
lUCh ?n occasion 'o go and off;r to ms .
prC'ieces?or, hi* friba'el of rei;?eci and j
attarhment.' Oi th* 6h ol \ug<M?t <
accordingly, vrr *tar-ed t.jr O <nll, he
residrnce of Mr. Monroe. 37 tnile* |
from W*shiO?iofi. Mr. A la-ns tooit i
the Gcnersl u ni? c?rria?re, toge her
with Genrg- Lafa/eiift and ono of fna
4rienda; I ?.->ll ?wcd in a tilbury, with a
son of itie Pr- aident? anil thu?, witnout |
a suite or ?n eacort, we 1 1 ft the city.
At tho bridge ^ver th^ P'/tomac, wo
stopped to pay f ol:? .the tolUgatherer
after couti'ing the number if persona
and r.orscs, received from ihe Presidont
the ium rnqoirrd, a id wont on, scarce
ly, however, had we prorefded a few
steps, when we heard behind us a voice
ssyinK, 4 Mr. President, M' Prcn?dent,
you hsve pari mo a smiling shor-'* and
immediately the toll gatherer cam" run
ning up w t'i the money in his hand, ex
plaining how the mi? ak? ar?isr. Thi
Presidr.nf heard him attentively, went
over thn calculation with him, and ad*
ding that the man was right, pot hi?
band out to pay him, whrri all at one*
the toll gatherer recognized General
Lilayttte io tbe carriage, and forthwith
insisted upon returning the amount of
his ton, siying, "All hridg<? a ? d all
gates arc free to tho G ie?t uf 'he Na
tion." Mr. Adams, howev-r, observed
that, on this occasion, the General was
not travelling ofFt tally, nor as the Guest
of the Nation, but simoiy, as an individu
al, and a friend olthe President? which
character gav< him no till: to exemp
tion. This reasoning struck the toll
gatherer as |ust? ho took tho rroney
and withdrew. Thu? during tho whole
course of Ins travols in the United
S'atet; the General wit oncc only tub
joct to the custetnary tolls; and tbat
w<i precisely on the occnuoo when he
?ii tccompaoied by the chief magistrate
u( iho N?tioo,? a circumstance which,
10 any other country, would probably
have insured hitn the privilege of ex
emption."
Fro-n the Ne# York Advertiser.
RkT'?LUTIOVA** SoLDIKRS II IS 10
contemplation to in-morulizo me ensu
ing Coogres* in fivor of such Non-Com
missioned Officers and Soldiers ol the
Aimy of the R volution, as enlisted
for .hree ye^rs, served to the close of
the war, and were honorably discharged,
and who receive no pension*.
With this view, it is expedient to as*
certain their numb?*-. Wil aooc per
son in each of the U nited State* volun
teer in this service, and communicate
the result as soon a* practicable to
J<me? Fairlee, oaq. City Hall, New
Y-?rk?
Vne parties interested are most like
ly to be found in the humbler walks of
lile? Officers of the Revolution, and
pal 'ionc rriiens, wiil tnereforc do well I
to circulate (his notice: ? tueir patron
age it solicited
To the gool feeling* and liberality
of the pros toward* 'hem. the old A' my
are much indented, and by ? gratuitous
insertion of this in their respective ps
per*. Editors wid confer one inore la
I vour (and it has much the appearance
of being the last,) on a meritorious *? * r I
tn-ii'i injured rennant of that army,'
?ho are ?bou' to ?sk of their country,
no' charity but justice.
?NeTE. ? Claimants must be particu
lar to put down tnoir whole time of ser
vice, whether in one oir more campaigns
and 'heir present places of residence,
and pay their postaga.
Co.. Ru??ell J jr vis of nose pulling J
meno-v, ?nd whilome copartner wrh
Gen Doff Green u? the U S. Tele
L'.'apn, ii written and published is ma
ny rs aix numbers to lei toe world know
nut nc ?>as oeen m?nt scu'vily used by
n's l?.e partner, whom he represent to
nc a very ?iipncry fellow indeed. G'eene
ha- TJi <!ient the wmle, hut dealt
inck with great for -e some ot the
lu^.trm wrh wh'ch he hid seen coin
pi>m:>:ed hn ch-jaa He even wen
? 3 ls~ >? njj.'er vnn.r ing
ku* ? >ug ? ? wmrh (he C'?lonel iti tit?
tejo.r 'cr i teas e ) to t-i General. 'list
<is he in enisl t<? vi?'* W . ?.nogi >n ve
ry sh >rr!y ?no i!'i >e gUJ to see if
the G ^eral wi? c?rv ??> * kiclii'v h-j
m r. r ? this -be G?nera c^i.ed as
f ?;| ?<??:
?* I have seen his let"r N ?. 6. in wVicb br
?a a, l'>st .ie wil! so >n l?r in vV tailing r*n, sod
-ss?-s a desire know wheii>er I w.Mild i
kick i n if ) i??-et bim in t**eatiee:. I a-n
not auppriaed to bear it his in-ended visit I
krv?* fnuuKii ot bs v mity ?o believe, 'hat
he th nka pis a>iack u,>on me w.ll remove
mi ooataeb-a u: ot 'he way o ii.s miisiot i"
Htvrr or Par ? ? h.?? I n s . be to a?- i
C?'t?in 'Kir de?ir- o k ck, a- mt% ?ive ?oe
ff -ne of bia j * iriiev Ti?c;e -*re fine
pennies an ibat even kicking
wou d give ibem c >n?cq jeoce **
I'nij h rutv bs bwug as mustard
or rajrc net bu* ai tnr nme time looks
kind o* like clawing '.{J Perhaps the
old fcon^ of C?p . VVaitle Came across
tbo General's rotoo:-^'- When he kick
ed M>ti Rowe, ashy, she kirked him
again." Norfolk Herald.
New Toik, Ortobcr 9.
Ju"pj?il r. Dr.LiNqt'BNcr. ? On Wed
no-dv ia*i, a merchant in I'earl street
sent Ins apprentice, and intelligent lad,
IB yars ij? age, to rh? Chemical Uank,
w*? $500 which he was directed to de
posr.e, an J a check lor $1000, which lie
was offered to draw and ^ppljr lo the
piyrnenr ul notes in other H*nks. Rut
instead of :nn, he pockc'.ed $500 ?
drew the $1000 aod pocke'ed that al
so?and hat not since been heard of.
He is (no son if respectable pa-cnts in
N "-w Jersey. Uy this one act of vilainly, '
which cannot escape detection, he Has I
blighted a fair reputation, a.>d entaded
upon hiniaelf calamines as la ting as
life. Let o'her young men lake war*
I'ing f.oin his example.
Swkahingkn. ? We do not approve
of the pomp and parade which marked
the execution ol Swoarin^en. As is
usually the ca^e with malefactors, lie
died a martyr, ?o use hts own language,
u in peace with all the world, with his '
God, and with an unshaken hope of j
a glorious resurrection." We trust he j
did? 'I ho has made hit peace with of- .
fended heaven, wc do not regret it. Hut |
why announce it lo the gaping crowd, ?
whom ?avaga curiosity gathered lo see \
? hr dying struggles of a murdeier?
Why teach them to holuve that the
scaffold is a throne or honor, whete the
spirit of the mslefacior mounts tu
eternal beatitude! If the object of pun- ,
ishment be to prevent crime by the in- ,
fluence of example, that is not gained
by tho corn on mode of execution. Crime i
is commuted in secrtcy and silenrs ? in '
secrecy and silence let it be punished. ,
?? III fated, unfortunate, deluded, un
happy, S wearing er*l" Such are the epi
thets applied by several editors to a
man who first brr-ke the heart of an amia
ble and unoffending wife by deserting
her lor an abandoned wanton; and then
filled up the meas*. r<; of bis depravity by
shedding the blo'.d of tier whom he had
ftworo to love, h .nor and proioci! De
tection overlook the sttps of t rima, lie
was arretted, tried, convicted, eeateu
ccd, executed. Whet claim has suca
depravity to our sympathies? \yh_
ebould we be called up. n to weep
mourn because guilt has met its punish
ment, end wantonness its doom? \\%
ebould be taught to contetnplato the
murderer with disgust and horror, not
with morbid sensibility end unmaoly
sympathy. The tenderness of our o?.
ture should bo directed to the tick bed
of suffering virthe ? to the distress of
unfortunate innocence? it should n jt be
watted upon him whom evil passion
end corrupt feelings have impelled w,
the murder of women'* happiness,
of their lite. Therefore do we condemn
the pomp and show, end exhibition of
kind leelings which havo been lavished
upon Swearingen, and on the closing
scene of his guilty career.
.V. V. Courier
| RLS5IA AND URK.F.Y.
We ha?e occn favoured, says >he
Baltimore P.?trio?, w.th the following
eat rat t of a letter from Smyrna to ?
gentleman of ttvs city, by wb'ch it wo ji,*
appear thst the eastern b'.lligarenu ar:
abou* to com ? 'o an adjustment.
Smybka, 12th Kug. lv29_ C, P. it.
Dkar Sin: A . K jgUsn brig has jm?
cumc ?n, la three day* from Constant!.
I nop e, having sailed on the 9 h ins:. A
passenger reports mat the Sultan has ac.
cepioJ the treaty of -.he 6. a July, 182?,
I snd protocol ?.l M-rch last, with ccr.aio
' modifi cations not yet divulge vil the
allied ministers, British and French, en
gage t?? arrang" 'i?c affairs beiwceoTur4
k-y and the Russians. TheKussians con
tinued at their posts near Artrianopla
Thia newi may be depenjed on, we are
told.
St. Pe'.eraburg, Aug. 1?.
Mohammed Mu>t?ptia. Pnr.ce ?he
Afghani, a*rived hero on ihe fih .um
Orcoburg. Tho Atghaoa ire j war*
like Nomadc people, on ;he IroMi-ri
of British InJia, are able to wring .. u(
20,000 ?neo into ihe fir id ?Since 1 8-6,
the country hat been goser-.en >>y t*0
brother#, snos of T.mut who
died 7 n May, 1793 <).?? of hem,
Jar -Mohammed, rev >??? ? Pei?ehiwcr,
and the uther. Purdel K.iar.. a: C-n<h
bar, west of P^i*?-hasref. The ?? ? broth,
rrs are kno?:? m ltdia aa d?s n.-j st?ei
warnor*. A tnir<t b*other, D ? Mo
h'-tnme K .*n, who resides ?t Cabjl,
i wn excelled to I8;<?, oy .Q-. c i?o
bru'Ht
rsc A ^hans, well at their ne.gh*
hour i he R J .1 ol I.?bore, who lately
had i*j \ ?ivassa'to * a Si. Hue >?
buigb, j 1 1 -a ? to be tren<f* to Ru'?
all. /?' raikfsrd Pafiert, .iug. 26.
Tub H 4RTB T IK KWOLMID ? The
following psrag'apb is nuppieo irw.y i
London paper of the 4:n ol aeptear
l?=r-. ?
" We have travelled through ie*"i!
hundred mile* of corn cuuotry
the put ten daya, and have only ?s:
w.th two fields of wnrat which remain
tu oe harveaied, an1 are rej >?ccd 'o fir.d
that this crop is foo'h abundant and of
gocni quality."
Remarkable Evidence of the Change
of Times.-? i ?? prrnons u?im qua?nt<d
with toe manufacture of cotton In
this country. it will afford socno idea
of the a on a zing change that ha? ta
ken j.'ace during tho last fit teen or
sixteen jears, when we state tl?o f ?! ?
lowing fact*: Cloth that, in kh*
year* 1 8 1 3 ? 14, wai worth ?wo ?bil
lings and ?c?cu pence per yard, <?
now valued at eigh?p?nce half-p?nnj!
and the wrarinj; of a particular qmn
tity of the saoi* article which, to ib*
years 1 ? 1 3 ? 14* coat the manufac
turer eight aud twenty ahilling-* ?*
now done for f>ur and six p? nce or
five shilling*! With theae facts be?
fore us, who can wonder at the no
fortanate condition of thr p>?r wa
ver? 1 ah don Paper.
North-Carolina llililc Society
TRKSfJLVKD, i hat ihe friend. of the Bible
cioae throughout the a'ate, especially
drlegaiea from Ihe Hiblr Societies within fl"!
?tale, be invited to meet in general eon**"
lion, on Wnlne'ilay the IH'h day of Vovem
her neat, in the city of Haleicb, for thr pur
pose of deviling efficient me*?ures for ftir?
n. siting, within a given time, > lie- whole ?Ute
Willi an adequate supply oi lliblrs.
1 be managers were lead to the ?doptjor> of
tl>e foregoing resolution, at the recurs' ol ?
neighbouring Hible Society, und sis" in e"n
srqneoce of a fnmmunica'ion received from
the N a>c r i can llible Society on the same wb
ject.
lly order of the Tlosrd,
J. GALES, Seer ft **y
0;tober 9. 0-'""
NOTICE.
i virtue of a deed of Irnst, exreuted bv
Naihaniel J. Palmer for certain purpose
therein mentioned, I ahall proceed to sell, f?J
caah, >o the highest bidder, brfore th? court
house in Hillsborough, en Monday the 53ddiy
; oi November neat, ihe house and lot belong
j ?ng to Nathaniel J. Calmer, together with iW
building lately removed therefrom.
Kdmuiid vStrudwick, Tnut?
October 'JO. 01?4*
WANTED.
AS an annrontice to the Prinlmjl
a lad fmeen or aiateen veora of ag?'?
muat bring good racoinmenuatioos.
Inquire at ?hi?
ftsjitoinbar I.

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