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Tharstlar, Ilarth 21.
We h&e received As fur first earn her of Tits l4TCAt St," a imail sheet, scady priaird, and edited with ome taste. It . t believe, neutral m politic; anJ eoleJ. m ita name imit ates, -aeiweipaSy ktrrary Sad rmx1-Jsaccw-s articles, ami iteiot of general ia te11tgeiwre. il edited by J. G. Burr, f q. and published, at Wilmington in tlu tale, by Richard Simpson, at $1:50 per Ct n.i.,iua vt iwsarr next cr .Ae J J 0i FVUiy, mr.l i'tU wen Cftmr i ir w c.-ke up in crir.fj.fr, V. a u.f f:rr which t!. sj-e-Ll order wtt t S:nJard pretend to ir U.st Cere wis ro 'iea ftp, Uj Mr. CUy re.4desi re deception ii lLl? Even to' tii !ys j laiing ia tl. Cartf, re i-enrhment. te. portion c!, of tne loan.. Wen taken; Ja U.e Ecu, of Rrra tires, oa and al-bough a ptoiuoa U cow tef,r j Thursday tie ICth ef M.rrh, ths whoU CoBfrrn la iorrcate lbs a-noaat of the itJ vu irfntt in cmitse! tf.e whole, ban. awl to extend iheud farwLka it j ja s e-iJe ration of Ue til mAirg ap it to be mated, lhth hafimouotipn,rrialioBt for theeitU and J r!oo.ue prooaoutij oon M negoirttea, espmaes of the pjmaacct far the year 1811. Oa Fridiy, Mr, Wise oiTercd a mo! j et the fact will net be thereby alered, aa fJwy related eiJier to Mr. Henry's peeeb or far statement. The TtrcrT ,Coa fgr irpoiil!rani, m kfl eofD. - u. n M crry prucwr. mil if. - bme duty it a ha'J be to eoai W vQ hen afrt, aa axam; the p-port BpoB espedirnfy and fcinga toU rtmenibertd. tot l,prorrirtof aeparatinf it patron.ga f er twelt e million, wit ia frat part all he g0f eramrn, fwa prf,, tnii fr to pay dcbta eontracU-d and appropri-j prMf of de eouatry. and upoa the a!Bf made dariaj Mr. Vaa Burca'a ad- beat aad met efScient a.ul economical minUuation aa admimstmiua mlUhoJe of effeeijiif that object.- Tl x bad not oidy exhatjfted twenty aii'Jiona'ju,, w .doDted. and the torn mittee W- Un frnm ih tbat tfi !( tlln meant, but bad left Urje dfU'.n-d ta Mntut r,f fi . I . :ram aa iniU of Mr. P. Dickinson, at j "Pn lh9 eotmtry aa admtnutraaoii. in The General Appropriauoa tOl n Tilminon,waa totally destroyed by fire. fact1,ich h,J n fuur J" "I" . then again talea bP, and ita eonideratioa on Thunday tii?ht List. About tu elre'0"' thirty-ne milliona of dollara f onuoucd until tie close if the anting. thou sail J . ere inured on the mill , "'3 ora.narv rrnue coaa- Q(i SalurJa Mf jiarriRT acadhm vr. Tha fwIUlrj smrpt, in rrjly to re'K'suoQ tfeni ia tha siiie fry Mr. Cham, Las been ftaarj J to cs f j putlifa'ioa, for 0. aufrf"tka of aetrral j ou men ia (Lis ixi to bate apj-ted tur aarracu. Report fit lit Sterfery ef War, ia ump!immt wrilk m r.Jila j ut '. fa ttltim U 14 fctt a4 ri t,jalaifl Drfsnaust f sr, Ja? 7, S;i: la eoroi lianee iih a resolution ( ia lie f'm.i:i t. fa te c ift f h I eotuUffihla our anJ ln H vacscrira arts y etiig is f-''- tea. ,TSisfX' ei er.aaJ the r . If lea- tha auhoriifd licit, ty Ua fltfre ofaomc W if pot ; t! fr:.e!rei tt tht ra emy, by il L:Ure it t Arn ta pa tfs miiiatory exaa.ina'ii and by Ue tfcran eira ocrurricj from m;fi rjcntt and from ether raue. Tbia eicesa ia moreoter xtd and limited by ex petit nre, futsnded cpoa t).a opemuona t f U.e araJensy far a ferieaof year; and it has a! vsys been so of th Senate, of tl.e Sd instant, I biilr. m T " u. -r "tmiw " Conma for the enrport of the attduru the honor to tnuvuitt bwaiJi the ieirt . , , ' . . , . of th En-meer j, B"m , c " I Tfa 1ti'n ttftm tl K' Ifrr rKlV -t i aca msotey. J u.-t e. m l a tVa r t-f tie Lr-d rJt ts graJ jiay itta'tv 3.sa feat t!.e'S;s-e ef ! ire of tha rfitr ia eharga Denaruaent, ahtrh baa the general eu- penniendenee of die Military Aradcmy at Whea, froea any eaae, a taraxxy has oectmd ta uia corps of eaut-la, a suceea- West Toint. The arrangement nfrrred 1 wr J f 'Tf - bia predeeesaor bad beta wleeted. This has not. however, tmea trifornily tle ease. It has been the uniform rraetire. and ljni!er. It ia not, known how the."? tire originated. V.'e quote lite words of the Standard, and retnrn them back upon him. u jl j Anderson Mitchell, esq. of Ashe eoun- - tuit ia a lenient word for ne wbo fdi-j from the committee of aya and means. certain amendments to the loan bill, which were laid on (he table, and ordeced to be printed. The house then proceeded to ty. is the Wl-g candidate ia that district. ' fie, . recent fact and record too, and upon Twa' . e u V" o fill .he racanry occasioned by tUdeaihU,, ha4 dare, to hnputa wUU decep-) T f r t it !.ww: . . .. consideration of pmate bill. lion to another. of the Hon. Lewis William. UiviMvn Boxpa. Tlie ",Vkbnrg Whig of the 3d alt contains the proceed- w hich it appear that the House of Rep resentativca on Uie I'tiuuy tti'ltt preced ing, atilcuinly repndiatctl the Union Bank b wdf, a portion of the state debt. The Whig seems to think that the day and the hoar vr;t a Cuing season for such a deed of infamy. . Ths Kit 'igh Standard chargra us with having, iit oar notice, of Mr. llenr pi;ch at this place, fatsiftcd a recent Ci.'t ail a record too," and with har in?, onion aurh a ban, dared to ny puts wilful deception lo another and """ ,licI government was to be ... .t . i.whi.1 mM nnnn th WJif ! administered. Mr, Simmon rore to re rOXGKESS. Ia the Senate, tm Thursday the 10th of March, Mr. Linn, oa leave, introduced a bill to indemnify Major Ceneral Jackson for Ioaes sustain e l by him in Uie discharge of his official duty; which was read a second time, and referred to the judiciary committee., The Senate proceeded to the speci.d order, being the retrenchment and tariff resolutions. Mr. WooJUary addressed the Senate ar considerable length, affirm i.ig pirt of the resolution, and denying t'te validity of others; and contending that it was first necessary to have all the re porta on retrenchment before fixing the press of the state Tor copying our article, and for not being candid enough to cor rcct us for our M mistake." The Stand- ply, but the hour being late, the subject was postponed, and the Senate entered upon the conaidrraiien of executive bti ard, however, iasiead of convicting ns of j inrM a mistake, attempts lo be very witty, ays thai ho is in " the vein for joking, nad tells a very funny ury about a dog; a feint which he is very apt lo o-sume when he has a bone to iuw whiclt he appro Inn J to be too tougU for Lis management. The Standa-d'e f,iicy for "dog tails' ts wiihall so :n en hat characteristic, and On Friday, Uie retrenchment and tariff resoljtions were again resumed as the special order, and Mr. Simmons address eJ the Senate at great lcrg.h, chiefly in reply to tho remarks of Mr. Wright and Mr. Woodbury, la tho course of his ob senatioas, Mr. Simmons alluded to the necessity that existed to protect the home nJicates the facility with which he goes industry or the country, maintaining that round hi subject. By shaking the dojj Uil", Jia may liope lo divert the vnindi of h;s reader from Uie true aub jecu but he will nevertheless find that we have not beea "barking up the wrong 4rce: Having fancied that he had found n in 4ke mid.n of a very great difficulty, the editor very chariiahly' offer hi as as thnt was done, so would the prosper! ty of tha country be enhanced. . After a few incidental remarks from Mr. Calhoun and Mr. Woodbury, the Senate went in to executive se-fion, and after some time spent thrreta, adjourned to Monday. On Monday, more than the usual num ber of petition were pretcntc d; and among them, one from the widow of the memo eistance lo extricate us from it; and very rahlo Herman Blannerhasset, asking re muneration for tnjunea done to her pro- kinHy advices us hereafter to "bo sure wa are right before we again charge a gentleman with ? making false atale msnts.' Now this i very good advice, and cover a principle wliich we have acted upon through sur whole political career, whereby we have hitherto altoge ther avoided running onr head into a wramoic ousn. mm onu -Tiess tf us, happens to be unfortunate for his friend, and places Mr. Henry pre cisely in'the predicatnsnt in which the Stan lard fiucio l hs had fotiad us. Tiie Stand ird, in the excess of his kind ness to , nys that "tho fivr miUioas lo m iiutuli'ute for so uvich of the twelve oiillions in tli3 fo-"TO laat it passed the Ilwse of Ueprescntatives," but that it was altered in the Senate. Now this proves fiilly our pdaiuon; not only that the J perty by the. mXtfta whotook possession of her husband inland, soon after the ar testof Col. Burr. Mr. Choata occupied ihe Senate for about an hour and a half, on the resolu tions Jaiing to rctrcnchiiicnt, tariff, d;e. ne confined hamself pretty much to argu ing the constitutional power of Congress to protect the labor and industry, of the countty; which he asserted was the main object of ah formation of the Union. The Senate held an executive session, and then adjourned. On Tuesday, Mr. Clay resolutions in relation to retrenchment, tariff, &c. was again taken up, and Mr. Miller, de livered hia views at coaiderable length in favor of their leading point. On Wednesday, afftr fhe presentation Secretary of the Treastiry akel tot the of several petitions in favor of protection tn-aa-irv rmtes ta Mike im the (IfAatnculxo the iron interest, two or three private oceasioacd by the fiihtre to negotiate the loan, b it thai the bill.was passed in the Heme of Reprcscutativns for the same end.'- . How docs this agree with Mr. Henry's alatement tr the people here After tcll i ig ihwn that the Whigs, at the extra ses sion, authorised a loan of twelve millions jf dollars, he said that the Secretary of the Treasury came' forward at the commence ntanl of Uie present session end told Con gress that that was hot enangh, he must have five millions hi nre in treasury notes, making, a he said, aeventseu millions of d.'bt thereby inferring, and evidently so i:it5:u!i:i g it to be understood, that the Se crotaryha l procurad the loan of twelve million. a:td afier exhaasting that, wish ed to o'itain fire millions in rc; when the rt was into io.is th.'oughi H th2 whole ejntr?, that am:ii!iy'only of the twelve. nt.llbns haJ b-ea obtained, and thatthf bills were ordered lo be engrossed for a third reading. ; The Senate Uien took up Uie special ord.-r, when Mr. Calhoun occupied the floor. on the retrenchment and tariff reso lutions until near four oVlock, contending for. the benefit of free trade, and maintain in that all branches of industry were in finitely better eff at the present lime than they were daring tho high tariff of 1828. The Senate then proceeded to Jhe con sideratiori of executive business, and after soma timft spent therein adjourned. On Thuwdav, Mr. Evans addressed Uie Senate for more thaa two hour.-, on Mr. Clay' resolutions, proposing an aug mentation of the duty on imports, and a diminution of the expenditures of ihe go vernmenUv. Mr. Evans', remarks were riainly n reply to those of Mr. Woodba- v, delivered some day since. An Execaavc ae.'sion was then held. private Monday being e t apart for the recep tion of peuiioas, &c., little other business was done. Oa Taesday, Mr. Malory, from-the committee on naval affairs, reported a bill to authorize the construction of a war steamer for harbor defence; also a bill to authorize Uie construction of a depot for chart and instrument for the navy of the tatted States; Loth of which we.e ac companied widi a rrport in writing. The bills were severally read twice by iheir tides and committed. - Mr. Adams rose and said that on the 27tli day rf Argut-t last a resolution from the committee on foreign affairs had been adopted, instructing that commi.tee to in qui -e into Uie expediency of reducing the expenditures of the diplomatic department of the government, by reducing Uie num ber of ministers and diplomatic agents abroad. No report had been made at that session, and he now moved that the reso lution be again referred to that committee. Objection being made, Mr. Adam mov ed a susprfif-ion of the rule for the pur pose of offering the resolution, which, be said, he reported by direction of die com mittee on roteizn a u airs, it was a re- trenching resolution, and i( wa necessary that it thould be acted upon immedialtly. The rules were suspended, and the re solution adopted. The General Appropriation bill was then again taken tip ia committee of the whole, and considered. ' . , On Wednesday, the committee tn clee ions made a report in the vase of the con tested elecdon in Maine, accompanied with a resolution declaring that the Hon. Joshua A. Lowell is entitled to his seat s a member of the 27th Congress for the stale of Maine. '1 he resolution was adopted. Oa motion of Mr. Fillmore, the Gene ral Appropriation bill was postponed, aud the bill "for the extension of the loan ofl 184 1, and for the addition of five millions thereto," was taken up in committee of die w hole. On Thnrsday, Mr. Gilmer, from the select committee on general retrenchment, reported a bill ta regulate the mileage of members of Congress; which, having been read twice by iu title, was commit ted to the committee of the whole on tho stale of th8 Union and ordered to be print ed. " . Mr. G. also made a report on the Tank ing privilege; which, without being read, was laid on the table aud ordered to be printed. ' , T!i6 Loan Bill was again taken up in committee of Uie whole, and after sitting to a late hour, tbe xoiuiuittee rose, and the house adjourned. On Friday, ihe loan bill was farther considered in committers of the whole. Mr. Evans rose and concluded his ar gument commenced yesterday. He spoke to a late hour, chieJy in reply to Mr. Calhoun, in which he denied all the po sitions laid down by that Senator as to the increase of trade as the duties dimi nishes. On the contrary, he maintained that the reverse was the fact. Mr. E. was very impressive towards the close of his speech, wherein he invoked gentle men 1 lay "aside all party bias, and make the .necessary . sacrifices to relieve the country from it present embarrassments, and the treasury from its crippled state. Mr. Calhoun spoke a few minutes as to tha position he had assumed being bas. ed on Hazard's Tables. to by him, ef retiring to tbe member of CongreM representing a tl'ustrict ia which a vacancy exUis, for a recommendation of a ucceor, is adapted for Uie purpose ! cf obtaining the mt accutate udorma lion, and is not understood as necessarily imposing aa obligation to appoint U per son Uius recommended. The act of Con press on the subject having vested Uie JVesidtiit with ihe power of appointment, the best mean of deterinining the merit and qualifications tf the applicant are employed, widi teference to a fair distri bution among Uie eeveral state. Very respectfully, your obedient ser- "! J. C. SPENCER. Hon. S. L. Sov-maao, r;nff V pttrtfaenl. UHiigtiM, itnatij 9, ISIS. however, in Uie formation of new cksees, to see that each congressional district is r Surged as having a cadet ia the acade my, before making out any appointments on Uie list at large. . The resolution is herew ith icturned. Very respectfully, your obedient er vaat, by order of Col. Tottea, GEO. L. WELCKEU. LinA m4 MO. I kUJ mSUutr Hon. J. U. Srrsicta, tkertlmtj J War. fJ'i tia rMi -ciw fi. hx i ie- (r.:ica of lit Ilea. Frikus P ire. 7 t7 A Ttrrpmr-re Meeurg will be ti-M t Min Il-IL tm if 5X dsy tf Aprrfeef?. OneeriareiJ-ft--es may be ex-t;tf J ii t! mcsmo-u CO" We l a beea requested" I'tte, Uiat lh sneeurg at Eed MiKtauJW A.rp poiniing Delegate to the Whg Ccatt a- tioa ia Slay, will le htU oa SaturJsy the ; 9 J. of April, instead of the 26A of Msrrf as aJreniseJ. Jrftnon Collect (la ) Burnh Tbis splendid nd cosdy building, erected by the ronnificenre of ths state of Louisiana for Ihe collegiate education of iu popula tion, was destroyed on Uie afternoon of Sta: "I Tie resolution of the Senate, of March 6th by fire. The bujlding was the 3d insunt, calling for information as discovered to be on fire about two o'clock to die number cf cadets si present in tho j P. M., and the flames raged with such Military Academy, from each state and fury that in less than two hour nothing territory of Ute Uuion, and from ihe dis-. remained but a heap of ruin. ' Few arti trict of Columbia, and inquiiing as to w hat cle of value were saved from Uie confla regulation exist in Uie War Department1 gration. No live were lost. resperu'ng the appointment of cadets, so! 'Ihe College contained a fine library a to apportion them among Uie several states, ie., having been referred to this office, 1 have the honor to state, that the number of cadets at present in Uie acade my is 210; Uiere being From Maine New Hampshire Massachusetts Rhode It-land ' Connecticut Vermont New York 'New Jersey Pennsylvania . Delaware Maryland Virginia North Carolina South Carolina Georgia 8 4 9 1 5 23 4 22 1 4 17 7 4 12 li 17 - 4U kW mLt k Z 3 In rcrqultncns county, cn the J Oih in siaat. by June P. Whedbce, esq., Mr. JzatxuH H. WnrcxEE, ef Orange coun ty, to Sliss Ass E. Wnrastt, daughter of James S. Whedbce, deeranej. ;.' run M.iiuiET. r-Uifbu'r, triaitfc ft. V Cotton, 6 a Si t Tobacco-Leg. 2 69 a 3 CO Leaf, 3 0 a 50 F.j-UftirV. a'arek It. Flour," " Silt (sack.) . (buhel.) Cotton, Beeswax, 5 50 a 2 23 a 60s 5 a 27a 6 SO 0 9 CO ;8 ?8 Weekly AhuaitafV MARCH. Kentucky . Tennessee -Ohio . Louisiana 3 Missi'Mppi ' ' ' Alabama , 3 ludiaua 7 Illinois 2 MUsouri I Arkantias . 1 Michigan 2 t Florida 1 Wisconsin 1 Iowa 1 District of Columbia ' ' 4 Appointments at large, being gene rally the descendant of officers ' V and soldier of the Revolution and the last war, appointed as follow: Sons of living and deceased offi cer of Uie army and navy 21 From Virginia Maine i Pennsylvania New York. ' Kentucky Rhode Island Maryland Ohio South Carolina. Charged to no stale Total at large 4 2 3 1 2 1 1 2 1 t 21 Thursday, 23 Friday, . . 20 Saturday, with 7,000 volumes, which have cost 9, ' 27 710: a chemical laboratory worth 1 1,600; '28 mathematical instruments, and a large j 29 quanuty of other furniture. The total 30 j cost of ihe building and furniture, accord ing to the last report of the trustees, is f 152,393 13. The building was insured for $02,000. , oun t-M - . tiara jarti S &fift 4 e S e S 6 E3 GROm 3 55 6 6 5 63 6 The Leeiila'ure of Florida have passed resolutions expressive of their gratitude for the services which Col. W. J. Worth has rendered the territory a commander- in-chief of the military forces 111 that quar ter. They speak in a manner highly complimentary of the skill and ability w ith which tie has conducted the military operations entrusted to his charge, and state that lie has beea instrumental in rid ding the territory of nrarly seven hundred of her murderous foes. Sat! t aa M -ml e lh- KENTUCKY. The Legislature f,H this state adjourned on the 3d instant, af ter parsing an immense number of acts, or which among the last was one vastly the most important of Uie cession, being an act for preserving the beneficent sys tem of internal improvement of that state from an untimely end, by pledging the faith of the commonwealth for its aid lo an extent sufficient for Uie purpose. Se veral new counties were created during the session, to which were given the re spected names .of Crittenden, Boyle, Bal lard, Marshall, and Letcher. 39 Total now in the Academy 2i0 The arrangement which now exists iu the War Department,;respecung the sp in spite of all that we are suffering, and all that we must expect to suffer, from the effects of the mad tnd mischievous measures of the last Administration, we cannot help being am u red at the rabid hos tillity of ths press which advocated those measures agaiust the banks- denouncing them as swiudling shops, a curse, a dis grace, an incubs, the authors of the dis, orders of the currency, and Uie conse quent sufferings of the people. Poor fellows! Like Saturn, they are devour ing their own children, the offspring of their wise experiments." r iglit away at the banks, gendemenl Your experi ments on currency brought the larger num ber of them into existence, and yon have the best right to abuse and denounce them. We never heard a com plaint uttered against the banks up to the lime your par- ' ... . tv came into power. We had no more ated by the department Tor its own go- " - "i , "' ' , ,r' .... 1 L r..ii- ' i currency that ever was known, and the veenment. and is as follows In the month of February or March, annually, the appointments are made from among the applicants whose names are on People, without one exception in the whole mass of thirteen millions, were con tent with iu But the great idol of the "democratic" part', undertook to con- uio cgiow-i. u v a t jj them a bet- vhAtvm a nAnrlv a niiwiinictnnr-Pt U'lll TPr P M..w.- ...... r- j fw ihnul gong nto particulars nut. so as to give one cadet to each con tr. 8 1 of Delaware, Arkansas and Ma. - growing popu anon 01 . -iu..( - L EsTRU-9.An person, wnoba lowed two cadets eauh. I . , 4 1 The number of cadets in the academy, entries of vacant land in this state, made at 4he same time, has exceeded 250. The previous to the 1st of January, 1810, are hrst instance in which this excess occur-hereby informed, that they lapsed on the red was in the year 1822. Since h1, 31st December last, and cannot, under time the number in the academy nasex-j M,f..,-,t ;trt ceeded 230 during a portion of each year;, the existing land law.be perfected into the number has also fallen short of 230 grants. This notice is given, to save the during a portion of each vear, so that the" expense cf sending papers thus situated average number in the academy during a with the expectation of obtaining grants lh Co a. be lU OD H Q9 whitle vear has not exceeded 250. The laws regulating the number of ca-, dets in the Miliuiry Academy, awlhe acts of 16th March, 1802, and 29th April, 1812. These laws have been so constru ed as to fix the greatest number of cadets admissible into the academy at 230, as will more fully appear by reference to the opinion of the Attorney General, House document 51, 1st session, 19th Congress, page 21. For a number of years the practiceof the J Department, under these laws, has been, thereon. ; .V. C. Standard. A Diabolical .tel. On Wedneid.y latt a man n-med Jhn R rd was exm ined beloie ihe Mynrol Pnubuif .(P.) and C'intniiteil 10 prison, on a r.hatgs ol hitvi.ig t ed hi wife to a chair, and ihen sel fire 10 her clothes. The poor wo man, after hn- heca drra tfullv burnrd, was relieved from her di-tresiiig siuu lion by ihe neighbors, whom h-r hrirks brO itfht tu her assistance. . Whik-y as the cause of this fjeudtsh outrage- conniv, liaviac this day cd a reiiiait Uiiljr vaiifnil, prajij that ha majt br dtt-iaiej a bankn-fil, it l thereupon ru-rcd bjr lla ('Mil, Dial cause be alio n before lh Cum, at Ncwlrn,a llieouilli Monday ol April Iks', wlij the Mid tlodsea M. Cave be not declared a baakrupt pursuant tuilie Act t f l onpie.-a ia tlialbhraT; aaJ thai lii nolke be jxibli-bcil in the Ilili.Uotoujti Ilecoider lot llie tia vC IhciiIv Cajs. IL II. POTTER, ' A' ting C.eik of Court lit Bankruptcy. MarrbO -16 - U. STATES N. C. DISTRICT. Disuict Court in Bankruptcy, at Cham bers, in Fayetteville. , - -MarcU ;7kli, I64t. .IMES C. HOLLANI. of Chapel tliil.Or ange County, bavmf Itiia day tiled a pe tition du'y vciificd, praying Ibat be may be ciarrd a bankrupt, H i tbertupon cri.erd by tiia Couit, that i-auao be atiown belore the Court, at Keabcrn. on Uie fourth Monday ot Afr4 nest hy Ihe said Jama C HuiiamJ ba iiotdectaicd a bankrupt puisuanl to lha Act of Cangrea ia that bcliaif; and tbat Una nolir be p iblilicd in l be Uil lioroi j li Knoiiiti buf tiie auaca cflwei.lr da. 11. 11. porrER. Acting Clsik ol Court 1 JSaukiuptry. March S3. 15 m f t !-,, 1 j, -- - J -M I I urn U. STATES N. C. DISTRICT. District Court in Bankruptcy, at Cham bers, tn Fayetteville. March 1 7th, IS. ELI SUA PAUTA1N, if Chatham conntr, I having d.iy fi eJ a pcliliun, duly rr: ti.-il, prayini; Dial ha uiay be itecUn d a bank rnpi, it ia lIuTeiiuuii mderrd by ihe Couit, tliat ranao be almwa before the onrt.ai Newborn, on Ihe fourth Mondiiy ia April nrit, why the a-tid Elitli Partam be not declaieJ a bank Mipt pursuant tu the Act of Congie-a in that l. half; and that thia notice be published in tha llillsboroujh Recoider fur tUa spaca of iweatv d.va. , II. H.'POTTER. - Acting Cletk uf Couil id Bai'kri'p'ey, March S3. . II-