Kt!u'cruMe rjtHHrnt. li i of ji tlf
faScieat to overum !t tf.c tj LUtry nj
dujdicitr of ihe Saa-.bfJ, without nj 11
ooi Bt,.AceriUekM e will muet
as or lo cl!j;rojenrerions which
lure been pimpled. ..' ;" ' !
1. Ths Standard, backed by th I-
w the IVnjilj 9 U yi.jch 1 la the
Ljpcmuvii iip.tl, and ihe president w ss
t become at n.-e Uie fuasuin tf pyU'.sal
pwaerwtj of individual wealA."
' W this taiignag't ' c,f ' Sir. . Buchanan is
just, did uot Mr. Minora do well to say,
fce ou.a icecmpaRtUy rather adopt the
would not joia him in th deaancuiiati?
Where u the WLij Lo k-ouIJ sot pre
fer, infinitely prefer the Sub-Treasury,
with (to umi the language of the Sunda.d)
itt IocVs and ha tl traps and its
Uueve, to this plan ofa Government
pant." The ndMreastiry scheme, nume
rous u it evils were, was objected to by
the Wings' not so ranch for hat it was,
M Ux what it would assume to be. Ex
perience, it was believed, would eoon
prove that, even if it eouhl gjtt along it
elf, it could not effect any thin in re
lieving the distress e of the country! and
the failure cf the scheme, it was appre
hended, would ope the way for another
eipentnent, ' when the Suh-Treasury
Hank under the entire control of the Ex
ecutive. What, therefore, was appre
hended by the, Whigs as the consumma
tion cf the Sub-Treasury scheme, would
w -ja- K , T . -
iiiT represents Mr. Maagun as a.hau- rcmailir. . . J. . ,r. .
fi 11 e- vtwl
by hiui at the ex'int tctio:i. and veto
ed by the President,,' wa Lu'tabug,"
aal appear fd to carry iu own deaih
wiJitn'iUclf. No f nch" aJmtf ia can
be found in the. epcech Ma. M.. bad
d-ime doubt ai to its M immeJiati effi--rifary;'
corns nitgtvings, he saiJ"a
V its effecting f enre alt that good a hich
0ttnea2i t their sanguine noincnts pro
iAiei theraJtlvcs; he believed that,
though atfry ii lAc enJ, it would be
.arndrd with much private distress at the
ominenrrtuent, and that a long cowrie of
yw would be "necessary " to bring the
deointry bark to a sound monetary condi
tioa.! i And why f , Dec ause the tnlirt
jtiftin tf banking M was bottomed on
uch principle that it appeared to him
U carry iu own death within itself."
Though something might be effected by
the establishment of a Nvtional Dank, yet,
lie, said, nothing could effectually re
deem the nation, nothing could .ever re
tors the palmy days of her prosperity,
b;U patient labor, general habits of econo
my, and the retrenchment of -individual
2. Mr. Mangum U accused of having
mile an admission that he voted during
the extra cession fur a Uink, which he
luted mors. than he did the sub-treasury,
and which be would not trust Gen. Wash
ington with, utiless ha should lire forev
er. The very quotation which the Stan
dard has made shows the faUchootlof las
comment Mr. Mangum said " he would
incomparably rather adopt the sub-treasury
titan this mont t js Juggernaut, whose
iiurdcroiis car would make its way over
the necks of a prostrate people.' And
what wa the alternative which Mr. M.
o much dreaded Not the bank bill for
which he voted at the extra sesionvbut I
the thing"- now presented by tho Preni
jent, and which no man iu Congress has
yet attempted to defend!
3. A DcrveMion is attempted lo be made ,
of die expression" when the vengeance
of Heaven d.-scended on the man of their
chuice all their expectations as a party
were at once defeated. This csprewion
ha been used in other places than tho fo
rum of the Senate; but who, except a rab
i I Loco Toco, ever imagined that it was
thereby intended to place the subject in
vuind soi:!,inj of that sure-JiU fr
i,h ultkH t.if utud e iretttv of the if
u m vtre iwerj sn oier t! e cutu:y.
, Cut t!.e stdi af pearrd to hm to re
umn rn peat desideratum, wlkh no Ji
ing Lad as yet been able to strply, and
that t, a principle within th yteai
itself hich shctsUrperate to check tx
receive is ues, and prevent. th?e ferfiil
shernaaons of expansion and coutraciion
which to shock the t ystrm of pulHe cred
it, and spread such frequent ruin thmogh
ut the raereanii!e coa.munitr. If any
fteh remedy had yet been dUcotcmi,
Mr. M. was anaecuaintcd with it. andii
certainly htd never been tpj lied. What
ever might be said of the regulating power
exerted over the State im-titutleus lr a
Lank cf the Lnited Sutes and such an
institution did exert thatower to a cer
tain extent vet still, in proportion to th
degree of confidenee ' w hich the public
might repose is any of these State banks,
ther were invariably disposed to push
uieir isues to extremr. 31r. M. waa
no bank agent nor bank machinist, and
he admitted tliat the tendencv of a United
Slates Dauk, id exerting a regulating pow
er, would be to break such of the State
banks as were essentially unsound an
operation which, however inwary in I he
en J, could not but be attended with a vast
would be transformed Into an Exchequer , mon of private distress in their respce
live vicicitics. The mere displacement
of capital which was neeersariiy involved
in ubsoibing to so g'rett a number cf
banks was in itself a great evil, and must
necessarily produce great stricture in the
be arrived at at once by the adoption of . ,noncy . Ther explosion of
the plan propowd by Ircs,dcnt Tyler, a company , reform io ,hp w ouIJ
ptnn which, as admitted by Mr. Bucha
nan, " went to effect a perfect concentra
tion in the hands of the Executive of both
die political and money power. ,Tbe
Standard mar continue to wonder at the
be productive of great calamity. On the
whole, he believed that the cominnnitv
had gone so far in the multiplication of
banks, and in nil those habits to which
this gave ri.-c, that it would require a long
count of yean to bring the country back
4iiy writ frn fptpd in sV-uifnn
t eM-"H, Lfr.liip t.'Lbvti''! t J dm
HiUr lutetd.Mk" MJjta hliU ! cM
tbiti pifun. Uttprets rpiuioti.
4l!ff Mr. II. hi roarlsdcJ.
Mr. Iltbm took tc & tat, havinj been
pptrvk'ly rfcee at tU adcaie of the
.Ui Ir mnrrttie pafiimt of ike bJf is.
ll'jvood and otti et $ ol i t,e m j riiy
th minority. He pke sery aioi!v,
utlanit'g $iini tit njiift td un
tenriovs impbUtibn mt' by Mr. U.
e(Mr. II)fc(ift4 be sought s
litt fa ai !C gsllrms ai.U t:ien, rr
Iriiing io Mr. IIsyooJ, akrd "Will
' 1 done thtt sbiuo enemies shiulJ
pta:t me!" H hp-d lie preanuble uui
keto'tiuon would be kdoj ted.
Kt. Haywood was uauerdoad to sir
tn rrplj, that be neither sovgkt
p'sute 'om tt gkllcrie or fira below!
he is no ifiice-ho!der or setker fr of
Cre; and then added l't a be oulJ not
encieniiouly sanction, much less to;e
for the adoption of the matters sllu!e!
to ty lim. be pegged that the Cottri
tin would frsot uim lee of alfrnre!
And, theievpon, wihin the mnnbers.
severally, sale and happy journies home,
le bid ibem good evening and disappear-
Ceo. McClennahan then moved thai
die expressions orjered to by Mr. Hay
wi od, be siritken out. . '
Cm. Allison opposed this strongly,
bf eiu't if it ere dme, 'twould never do
to men-ion the matter in electi nernng.or
tlirir ppponrots wiu!d La them on ih
hip! ,.'; .' s.
Anotlier Convenuoa is to be held at
Salibiuy on tlte 20th of May.
CONGKESS. In lthe Seriate, on
coolitcrs" of Mr. Mangum 's preference; j to a sound monetary condition. For these
nevertheless we eoncm e Uat his course extended and inveterate evils Government
has lieen such as will be approved by eve
ry lover of rational liberty.
possessed no panacea. It might do some
thing bv the establishment of a well-re'
giilated National Bank, but even under Uie
In closing, we have a few words to ad-1 effect of such a measure many evils must
dress more particularly to the editor of ' continue to exist. Nothing could
die Standard. He professes to be a tho- entT 1 reoecrn uie nauon. notmng
f ennljf t'PP mctAra than nnlmv ilnvsl 1
rough Democrat; and for a time so I nast prof.perity, but patient'labor, general
voutly did he worship at the shrine of habits of economy, and the retrenchment
popular will, as to hold out for his motto .of individual expenditure,
The People can do no wrong!" Such
was, is, his proft$ioitf but what is his
wrmrtifmt f.ixi fill fti IfarrUnn l!pl-rt
r ... at Uie capitol in the city of Raleigh on the
wa earned in this state by a majority, of . , . ' m .
, , . . . ., 10th instant, foinetlung more than one
more than twelve thousand votes; and" . , . . .
,, . (hundred delegates attended, about one
how docs he demean himself on Uieocca-! , . . - . t
. . . , , . , , half of whom were from the county or
An? I 'orl-iinlf inv ItiiniT tint rnrf llnl i
. : ..: . . - ... i wake.
to Uie expressed win oi so targe a portion
of his fellow 'citizens. lie stigmatises
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION.
! The Democratic State Convention met
debt! a l'. Teifiry nte b,tl wi
rr m . io romriiinte ' th ! , nd
as c'imccJ lr.io day to die until
Fiy, licti the emne fjfird tl e
bill, with tsterdwr nit, U the boti. Im
t! bofcie. Mr. FiHinore mated lit
prcvioMt queti ir; pf adii g wbieh motion.
t 7 o'clock. tb btmtt sjunratd.
MAD DOCS Tbere is a tW pre
flrt aanitg lb d-gt. birH thowcb
bebeed at to be gt num It) dffpltbia,
is' vrt ft Oiriendy a'amipf to a.ak H
w prih hle It put p.btie m tbeit
gurd. , 4t i bel-etrd nit to be eomm
a:eb!e to th hnn sjf eies. 'is several
prrfat I a been bilien i ths place and
nighbMhtd. witbout tbe dteatfxhib
itifg iimU" It is roimunicbi tbe
loaer ntmal. Seirril disrated dg
have ea kdlrd in ibis place in last
acek, after bii g btnen a rbild.
Heavy JtZ f!obhfriY'e learn from
the Philadflphia Chronicle of Monday,
that all the Western Mail, except the liar
ricburg, which left the Philadelphia Post
Office Saturday night, was taken from die
ears between that place and !ancatcr.
It was not discovered till the cars arrived
at Lancaster at six o'clock, next morn-
A young man by the name of Stanly,
says the Wilmington Chronicle . was
killed in Brunswick county, on Christmas
day, by receiving in his body die wad of
a gun fired by another young man, his
cousin, named Chares, in a drinking
frolic, for fun. Chares bein? in the act
Lri! u. i : a I
Monday the 10th of January, numerous ?l m8 !n.' '7 J"P
J ' , hi-f,ire iL racGivtnir the fatal content.
a. rf ta t
still nut witii tneiriateiniamous (ieuaucn.
Such are a few of the terms which he la
vishes npon ihe whiggcry," as he has
been pleased to denominate this large'
About twenty-lwo counties, we
understand, were represented.
Quite an interesting sketch of the pro-
. a a 1.1 isiiw sail iiiivkouiik www tvsa wa iv w
dupes," "gull; a herd bought' ,. . . . '.
' ,. I, , ., ., I cecdings of the Convention is given in the
koon-fkms and hard cider, ,.,.; , r . , . . i ....
, , , , . . . Italcigh Register of Friday, but we have
y of bachanals, whose breath is , , , 0 v
. - ! dt'laved to notice it until we have rooir
delayed to notice it until we hare room
only fr the following.
A number of resolutions were adopted,
one of which nominates Louts D. Hen
ry, of Fayette ville, ns their candidate for
mica nf frppmpn. Vt bo still riilli 111 in. ;
.1 .1 . . L I ! I !.-. I mtt . TVimiHkf. fiml nA ? i vn ,. .1ipn 1
any otner ngni man a, . puo.tc ,amjr .... - ..... - , A u& accompanietl wilh 80rae
indicted by Divine Providence for He occasion tts, he will again preach up - , . .
inuiriru vj i . - ' , r fourteen resolutions, were reported to the
. t . V- 1 . I. . f llwi .lrt.t.tna .lint 4. Ih. .TAjrilA Mn f A 11 I
stnioi me peopiei e uo noi spcait oi ui n' wvoni...
the " vengeance of Heaven" in conncx
ion with the death of an individual, how
ever rood or evil may have been his ac
tions; it is only when hit station and his like hi. Sunday suit, for holiday ot,ra-jan'
usefulness makes it a public calamity, sions; and can ting pvans or utter anaih-. .... .
emas, as ihe.rcnpie snail louow or reject
I Piini-nnhiin tt f 1 n Alliann ill. Ilflir.
Surh f tlift nilmirMhlff eon.vi.
,. . . . ,. t man of the committee appointed to pre
eww of the editor of the North Carolina: , ; , J'.
c. J . .. . pare them, and were read by Col. hee
J L iltni snmitiMi iiilirki B I lint ttrnti mlil
And if ihe vengeance of Heaven has been
brought down as a just judgment for the
alns of the nation, is not conceive the flip
pancy the Standard extremely unbecom
ing the solemn occasion!
But why is the wrath of the Standard
so' excessively excited against Mr. Mau
giim for opposing this new fiscal agent of
President.Tylert Surely the editor does
not intend to adopt the banding as a pecu
liar pet, and with overflowing valor like
To show the cotrcctness of our inter
pretation of Mr. Mangum's views in re
lation ta Baid;s, and for the convenience
other things, declaims against
extravagance, as proof of which it
rites the funeral expenses of the deceased
President, the price of gloves, scarfs, car
riage hire, &ic.-
To this portion of the preamble Wil
Ham II. Haywood, jun. esq. had strong
ni - .i l a-
of those of our readers who do not file the "S Tpcarru io
Recorder, we republish the following ex- Um loo small matters to be made the sub
tract from Mr. Mangum. speech. f Thole of 8rave political capital; they did not
i. i i ,, ,.-. j,:m I accord with his notions of honorable war-
tlie subject, will find it. we . ,arc
. r ':.'... ...f,i. i,:- .,.,J Col. Wheeler explained. To leave out
.,,'.. I tnu Por,,onf be thought, would be throw-
vriMiLu vi.iu.i. ,g asll3e a Inost powerlul weapon, lie
"The American People had risen as had, he said, mixed with the people, and
one man, and thrown off, by a burst of he knew precisely what sort of stuff to
indignation, the individual whose mal-ad-1 electioneer with!
ministration had. as they believed, brought Mr. Haywood re; lied; and in and elo
t. x ft. aa ..!. mam a nm.
anomcr iwo wutxouu, !... - v.- ichcrUhc opimons.
sade in its defence. We trow he will ; t tm
have his hands full if he docs. He will
find an abundance of foes, even in his own
nnlitlml household. Mr. Buchanan, the
talented Senator from Pennsylvania, and about this unparalleled state of corruption qucni aud impassioned manner, h pro-
. , ; ,1,. r.Und distress. They . thought that they reeded at length to show the objections
ihf. most ronsoicuous leader in the ue-,"uu u' 1 . . , i o .'I. l . ."... .1 . :n i.-
Were aU'JUt tO SUUSllUUO IOr HIS rcCMCSS. l uv iriTuiuua umpi iiiusiiaiina; m
misrule their own system of remedial mea- remarks with happy sttniliea. If gentle
sures. Every one knew how they had' men otjecied to this $3,000 for the fune
been, baulked in that expectation. The ' nl expees of Gen Harrison, let them
history of this national ctisis would be
read by our patriotic children with won
der, as a page exhibiting the strangest
most unaccountable, and most reckless
tergiversation which the whole volume:
. at, t
the most conspicuous
mocratic ranks, has spoken of this new
Exchequer bill in quite as strong terms as
Mrl Mangum has. II is speech upon the
subject preceded that of Mr. Mangum; in
it are many strong expressions; we quote
only the following: r
"What became of the President, ac
cording to this plan! He was the great
fountain of authority; he was to be at the
head of a great moneyed itwutution; and
if the bill should succeed, the speculators
and politicians of the whole country would
hi coming here to court the President or
his Secretary for loans just as eagerly as
men now crowded to Washington for
offices. Protesting always that no re
marks he should now make had tho re
motest application to President Tyler, he
pat the case of an ambitious and dangerous
man being at tho head of the Government
in A.ronBtirr being in the Chair and
let him have it in bis power to control the
whole of the public revenue; let him have
at his disposal all tho money of the Peo
ple, with which to purchaw the services
of political partisans on the eve ofa great
Presidential election, and what would be
come of the national liberty! All they
had formerly heard about a union of the
piMciaml tho sword was mere idle de
clamation; but here wa that uniun ln
ret oh e how much it ovght to have cost
ti bury hiui. "Should he have been bu
ried like a dog. or not buried at all by tbe
Government, but his body left 10 bis fami
ly! II begged his fellow Democrats, as
recorded, or it would be closed and passed j he said, noi to imitate iht example of their
with loathinff and repuffnance. The Pco
pie had been utterly disappointed. The
measure proposed by their friends in Con
gress as the only panacea for the public
illsliad been offered, adopted, and vetoed
at the Extra Session. And here Mr. M.
must be suffered to say, that, although
voting for that measure, he had always
felt great doubt in regard to its immtdtule
efficiency. He had his own misgivings
as to iu effecting tit once all that good
which it friends in their sanguine mo
ments promised themselves, and, perhaps
thoughtlessly, promised to others. He
had never been a friend to banks; he had
never touched a bank by any vote of his
nntil last summer. The entire system
was bottomed on such principles that it
appeared to him to carry its own death
within itself. Tho measure which tlte
Whigs hail proposed, he believed, might
indeed mitigate, and for a time repress the
n ils connected with it. It might willr
political opponents, but to strive to con
duct the campaign on principles calcu
lated to elevate, not madden iha public
mind. Fur his part, though professing to
be a good Democrat, be trusted he should
ever act like a gentleman and a Christian
in all th relations of life. He then pro
ceeded at length to give his opinion as to
ihe grounds upon4 which the campaign
should be conducted by way of a cue to
the whtde party quotingfjrom memory)
reports from the Slate ad Treamry De
par mints, and Wise's speech, and filial
ly concluded, after having said in effect,
that the Democratic pnrty. wis not defeat
ed in North Carolina by " hard cider and
con-kiiif," but by being out humbug
ged! They bad deserted the proper and
honorable mode of political warfare, and
had attempted tv humbug the people, but
the Whigs had out-humtmgged iliem!
-The dilivery of this speech seemed to
i ke th liole asiemblagc all tuc$, and
memorials .were presented,' remonstrating
against the repeal or postponement of the
Bankrupt Law. Mr. Evans," of Maine,
delivered his views on the Exchequer
bill.' On Tuesday, a resolution was in
troduced by Mr. Calhoun, and adopted,
requesting information from the Execu
tive concerning the mutiny tn board die
Creole, and the part taken by the British
authorities in that affair. Mr. Walker
addressed the Senate on the reference of
the Exchequer bill and report.' He spoke
in very high terms of the report; and
contrary to the general impression, at
tributed the whole of it to the Secretary
of the Treasury; said he would have
scorned lo put his name to any document
of which he was not the author. Mr.
Walker liked -the Sub-Treasury feature.
and would vote fur tlte exchange cur
rency feature by way of compromise; but
would not vote for any other feature. On
Wednesday, Mr. Clay, Mr. Calhoun, Mr.
Berrien, and other eenators, presented me
morials remonstrating against the repeal
or postponement of the Bankrupt law.
Mr. Clay said he had been requested to
ray something in behalf of their object;
but all he could say was, that the petition
ers had his profound sympathies for their
suffering condition, and his deep regret at
the state of things which threatened the
repeal of the bankrupt bill at both ends of
the capitol. Mr. Calhoun also said he
fult most sensibly for the petitioners, and
went further, he said, and regarded their
sufferings more, because they were owing
to a bank circulation, which had been
caused by the acts of the General and
State Governments. Their condition de
manded sympathy; but he could not listen
to their appeal, because it would not miti
gate their sufferings. Pass this law, and
one hundred millions of property would
be brought under tho hammer. Mr. C.
tegarded the bankrupt law as monstrously
unconstitutional, and as calculated even
tually to sap the rights of the states. Mr.
Berrien argued, very briefly, the' con
stitutionality of the law, iu reply to Mr.
Calhoun. The petitions were referred
to the committee on the judiciary. Mr.
Merrick and Mr. Sevier addressed the
Senate in favor of the Exchequer bill
On Thursday, a very large number of
memorials were presented, carnesdy re
monstrating against any interference with
the bankrupt law by Congress. Mr. Ben
ton addressed the Senate at length on the
Exchequer bill. ' He opposed it in strong
terms. He compared it to the famous
South Sea Bubble," which during the ,
administration of Sir Robert Walpole, was
near bringing ruin on Great Britain.' He
believed that there was much more dan
ger in a government currency like this,
than in the currency of a National Bank.
He would in this, he said, adopt the lan
guage oi Alexander Hamilton; Uie danger
was greater, as the government was great-(
er titan individuals. Mr. Benton having
closed, the question was taken, and the
report was unanimously referred to the
select committee of nine members, in con
formity to the motion of Mr. Tallmadge.
The Senate then adjourned to Monday,
In the I loose of Representatives," on
Saturday the 8ih of January, the com
mittee on the judiciary were instructed to
report a bill to repeal the act to establish
a uniform system nf bankruptcy, by a vote
of 115 jo 03. On Monday the lOih.tbe
Port of irUminzton. The Chronicle
of the 5th instant says: Our harbor at
the present tune presents a pleasing ap
pearance, there being in it a greater num
ber of vessels than at any one time for
many years. Tht re is in port nearly or
quite seventy sail, and a large proportion
of them heavy tonnags
evidence of tlte increasing commerce of 1 , p . , 3
Wilmington, with which we are much 0
Ti e Wilmington and RdtTt II.Il
Roil CoRipanv prcrrptly met tM t;
tion cf i:s UhhIs pajalle on t!.e first f,f
January 1812, amounting to fiy that- -anJ
do!lr, UceJ under the guaraisiee tf,
the State, aecordisg to the Act of tie Lt
Legislature. " ;
, . OMfuarjv -
Died, in this county, five n2es tvor.U
west of Hillsborough, on the ll:h in
stant, after a long and painful illness, '
which the bore wiili christian flurtilttde,
Mrs. Jim Ciaac. wrft of Ma. James '
Clark, in the 59th year of her age. TL
deceased had been an exemplacy member
of the Presbyterian church more tbsn for-'
ty years. Frequendy on her dying bed.
she expressed the strongest confidence in
that religion she bad long professed. Tha
evening before she died, she called soma
of her friend to tier, and when askd
what site wanted, he said, O, I feed that
if wake djiof bt4 .
, Frri oft 4-iwjr pillows r, , ,
U bit mi hit fcrraat a my tufi, i
' A4 fcrh my (e al wll ktr.'
In her death her numerous relations ami
fiiendj have sustained a great loaa, and"
the Church of Christ a worthy membor.
' ' CoMrxicATin-j ' '
V Cotton, . fla li
Tobacco Logs, 5 60 a 3 00
' ' Leaf, 3 25 a 4 CO
Wheat, none in market.
Fajueilte, J1H17 ;t.
. . . . (bushel,)
2 25 a
gratified. But just connect this city wiih23 sUm.av
Wilmington by a Rail Road from Golds-L tontl2
boro', and then give us a turnpike to the) , ( j
mountains; and another aort of forest of;0, ,.!'ff a1'"
ruasu will darken your waters. What
say you, bro. Chron.f Hal. Slat,
" liaton liovgt Dettroyei Th" New
Orleans Bulletin, of the 25 dt uli. siys
The Sieambnit that arrived yesterday,
reports that an expensive conflagration
was progressing in Baton Rottg. At
the last advices, two or three squares
were consumed; . snd as the wind was
strorg, it was not known where the flames
would stop, or be arrested. , Another ac
count say ilut forty or fifty house were
t. P ti
i e a
7 1 4 59 o w" ea
7 0 5 O r . im
C 58 5
6 57 5
6 57 5
r wm c
He Is a Mau, that Mr. Urncr.
A Mr. Samuel Pike, of Leesburg, Ohio,
some time since, owing to the sickness
of all his family, the death of his wife, and
the reverses of the last ten yeare, was
hi ought to the verge of bankruptcy, ami
in this posture of affairs wrote to Mr. B.
Urncr, of Cincinnati, stating his inability
to meet the payment of a note held by,
aud originally drawn in favor of the latter
gentleman, for the sum of $102. Mr.
Ufner, on the receipt of this information,
enclosed the note in a letter, from which
we extract the following remarks, as
characteristic of true greatness. Being
satisfied that yon cannot pay me, and that
you would if you could, I hand you your
note enclosed, cancelled. A man in your
situation is apt to grow misanthropic and
unhappy. Tha "world averts its kindly
face from him, and shuns him -some men
because he is. poor, and some fearing a
favor might be asked. To hold a fellow
, man and brother enthralled and depress
ed, and liitis affecting him and his de
pendent children, injuriously, is against
my feelings, and contrary lo my sense of
Touching Incident ' During hit speech
in Faneuil 1111 on Christmas evening.
Mr. Hawkini related an instance of the
terrible effects of intemperance, which
had recently come tinder his observation
in Worcester coun'y. A victim of this
appetite had driven bis f-mity from bis
miserable habitation, and had parted with
every thing he could sell, uutd only a
faithful dog war left who kept his nrntcr
from freezing by lying on his feel at
night. The wretched man, to grati'y the
demon of thirst thai raged within htm.
killed his dog. sold bis skin to a tanner,
and with the proceeds went to bit but,
and held his Usl revel in drunkenness,
snd in the morning was found dead, from
intemperance and odd. The faithful dog
was no longer there to keep warmth and
life in him, and when the roioner came
to htdd the inquest, ihe only food found in
the place was half a pint of meal.
Our Legislature lias adjourned af
ter having done as little for th people as
was ever done in a twp months session be
fore by a Lecislature professing to be en
lightened. Tney talked nearly the whole
session about th links, appointed com
mittees to investigate frauds, introduced
bills to wind them up, and after having
seriously injured thrtr credit, which his
causeu exenang 10 rise six per ccn. au
journed and left thetn in a worse eondi
tion than theylwere before. So much lot
our wise legislation on Banks. . Wa hope
the peo;de will SMn perceive that the
Legisuture is utterly incompetent to ma
nage a system of Banking.
ferry (Alabama) Eagle
;'.' T - a : .
VX7 A Meeiim will be held at James
Turret? on ihe 22d of February nex,
for the purpose of appointing Drlegafia '
10 represent Can'. Bacon district, in tl:)
the Coumv in Hillsbnrmieh. at Maw-
Court. A full attendance of the voteis of
the district it requested.
Jantitry 19. 07
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. ,
oaaNGi county. .
Court of i'leat and Ouirler ftettioni.
To Ffbmarj Term, 1342. '
1 hMs mm Rirraatt 1 MfKfaa.d
a 11 v is ! ! ws r"s)Mnirvtits) ssu tf art a it aa fc
Itit H'i fiat LjfHW. mtefmi.mni itnat
t'Ai Mfian aita wit Marthm. mitt .ViiiMiw Lwm
in thtir tvea ri-M, -
' vs. .
Henry .Vorcvm tnu ri Mica, ana ttktrt.
I'li:ioit for tale of Nogroet. -'
HE fi-reaning petition watliled in my t-fii,
- January Is, lSlt; when ram Die ftiatit.
t IT, Tli't. Uiittrliin aifti Mallhi-w I ynn, adoii
n ttrtor,4-c. and made affidavit in iiu farm f
law that Hie d Tt-itilantt, Henry Mairnra aii4
wife Mira. nil llilvt Vii L.r. .. f iL.rina
wile, are not inkabi aula of liiit Haiti Fubli
rat in it tlicrri'ure made, airwrdti f l law. in
the lliHelinrniiph Rarortirr, for ta weekt twe
civoly. fi.r the said difcnt'ttiit 1 tprrar
at the neat term of ttiia Court, to be bcld lor
the county of Orange, at Hi rptrt bout in .
U.IUJ;ir,iigh, on I lie 4b Monday of Fibrtijr
nt-xi, liien and there to p'cad, answer t dtmur
to lite mid Mtitiun, or the tantt- will be takra
;f rairst a U Hie in, and Lea id atcording'y.
I car, - ..
JOHN TAYLOR, c. c e.
P.ictadt f 3 SO. " 7-
mmmm mmm M
OUU'i Uf nvHlll AUUUlA, a
' ORANGE COCSTV.
Court of Pleas and Quarter aVssieas,
STo February feim. 1842.
rtmat.V Trt and Witiiam Cor . .
Oil, imiNMirafort, ami olftv". (. P",'tg""
A"oAaiitfJSlfW,t.aa'aaM-a. J Kea.
I N ll'is et, it havint berii made l appear.
acrnrdine to law, l!.t the drfeSKlanls, !ta
tlianicl Stwarl, and Simon Canrh and roily
liia wifi?, are not inhahitanttofthuittale; ll
therefore ordered, that rubliralion be mad for
tlx weeks tucretsivelv to the llilleborowh R-
enrder. Tor said defendant to apfar at tht)
next term or tbtt Court, to ba held lor lb
enunty of Orange, at tliecnoet hnose in Hil'a.
bnrotif h, on I lie toiirtli Vonday t rebrnary
nest, then and there to plead, antwer, or it.
mtirtosaid petnion.or Iht aima will batakta
pr nft$t and I eard tifntt. '"
JOHN TAYLOR, c,fc. c.
Pi ice adv. f 4 50. 07
.100 Bushels octl Oat,
"H K rubsrrihrr ofiVrt for tale Five tf unfits)
Bushela SEED OATS df a trff tiior kind.
Price 40 ceuis, to be delivered at bit praaerj.
- MICHAEL HOLT.
January tl. - ' ! 6- 4w
AN APPRENTICE WANTED.
fK lad bciw.ta 13 and 18 year of age, ol
pood moral character, and a tolerable C'-rd
Englifh efloralMiM will ba take at th ffir ,
if the Miltow Chrwnit't I Irarw the art
Printing Trratfuent tod. Addrtts tL tdb
IWI w.ii.wv, ... V.
January 11, , 06-
1 t 1 ,
. m Tb . ,
THE tlnuse nd Lra be-
'nnoino In 1Kb heir nf WiltisM.
Lnckbart, decatedk will be renu
ed fort lie present year on app!i
cation lu Air. Daniel rhillip.
WILLIAM LOCK HART, v
Januarj I. :
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