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Tie avritn t li e Treasury no it t ib rl oi I7SJ. and il.e trru!ui.on I 1 61 8. nJ he laws haie bem so at! mi ajt aeaed to 1 rodvce at gre.t qa.ntt m 44 -U I We eoaniry it provit 101 1 ire 1 M mi jh !if . if .h. r ben tiit pUa Um r ftrirlo'i-rf rrr Aairk I u Cnjrt. of m a m difird form It lit nt a PiHicMi in rr eard u U woulJ eaaia iala geJ. J iot44 U ey tar ar w ft- arming u t your ouiJt mi tit ante aa the a, u. f.-r ihrir tear HI ana adiaMf; ana it oulJ ubteiaira vi ibt t Ba!aiioo riineipUa tut nuiuieai tuiirt abicli Uirr Nt iJ, hi frtee in a waaaurt birb thf u oja.uie luiit aaiti, il.ft bail aoliri udiairii or coi JwnrJ. Tl. wil.f our iit luria. ebalf tliuad. ah mid bt i J. 1 a Ibr light o guide our foottif pa: a uae mu.Mei.ct mu tnitacucal or aii'ttKiatic. I gutrmmei l and repub lic beig, llii 10 M e fira lit will . tiie ! piral o.r l e tit of tl.t.taiiiy, 1 1 . . .... nua im ina ui tut will vl Oiaujr ibould b aliu ronauJud. - . . .'uaitoitul Um Srrre arjr of War wli I Tiu arq-iamied ib Uic roudmoii ol ISiti iwporiam bra if h b( h u'li f r T f annr mat ta.r- ended, in e.in atOnLrirt v( Hit aiuilnuiiibi tbe taiik aid .!e is each Coapin) Regidieni, ii I-C ila mure tlun a but-lru a)Mnd J.ii h f t the military .rc ol the country in lM ar. aa-l t el lit f raicre 10 ireaer tl Hi- react ol ti fromiere are 'of a MtUkt nature. la all dea vl . the rdunee tif lhe country plartd in the anl'lu d Uieaeee ; and it war e l i!ter ttie 1 jit of Jt!tflgrea, lfthr a arm flfTiiert organization rutgM fodt.-ed, likii'g iiMinl ! ilie cnrbuuiea nf the Uniun (or the aid ol eaav aipl.ei.ti.n io the x ol the m-liiit in ume l ar It . - I: til arr 1.1 -t - ' V Ler at to Ale.. uj in ei:oMa vf her vrU et 4 IVler JL Jaau. rwj. tU eoa:rrv w few route, t at ere fral tri w.;Si a roj x lie taa- at aa earfjr hoar, b! ea t ait r&Ue4 w (r. "t ittaearreaJrr, t!,ia aerL ; OLs a tieeiea Ckik f lie itofiao cf JJiepreaeatativee. !arr Cm(, kaJ aiieal la the evoiaviakaj fl U U.e t'. SKiatea. arl i.i.J.' " r w rjutea of U.t .Sus V " Ifg amositt vfc!ce agaiati (Lt gcterBBieiiief Meko remain, fd anat jcatrd.aiKl a Tarr.recicrJ f.-fittBueaee lrntetribecf Frfl r..a au!I pretailed, atteudrJ whh il ul the lait gUm of bTw a,, rT. . T 'a savlr aim. e4 bj th. o"ert aV Wa,of f t rotid ohIr be f.t;.e affS ."k,!?? U- ..t.e.-.auler.lltaae.ifire: A. br erigc p opeil ul a ii 1 connucr, 4 W) aol law auliAtrc ft et tut, great b Tri eiiendioieauf the War Deon onulttia e Jjetn cvnaiderahly reduced in thalajt lo JCirr; rouiiiencie bow tier, 0iy arrte , tiirh would cll fr the filing ipol tt e reg'mrnK nh a full com (Itncatol uteri, and otkke 11 ty iUina b;e U aeuiouiii the Cor pa id Umgoon. which by a act ol t'te Ut Congrtaa waa directed 10 be dttaaived. I refer you to the accompanying re pnrttifthe Secretary for infonntiuii in relation to the Navy uf the United States. While erery etHirt lias been and will con timie to be made t retrench anperfluiliea and lip off all excreacenxra which from tuna to time may have grown up, yet it has nut beu regarded as wie or prudent to recommend any material change in the an O'lal appropriations. The interests which are involved are of too important a eha urter to lead to the reeuinmendatioii ot any other than a liberal policy. Adequate and successful naval operations, a fiirti hcalions on the Atlun'.ie sea board, 1 he appropriation made by the last C'ongrcps for the improvement .of the navigating of the Missusippi river, ha been diligently applied. i 1 cannot close this communication, gen-; tlemcn, w i hout recommending to your most f;voraiileconsideratioo,the interests of this Distrit t. Appointed by lite (Jon stittition its exclusive Icaislators, and forminj jn this partii'tiltr the ouiy ano maly in our eystem of Government of the Legisd itive body bein elected by others than those for whose advantage they ar to legislate, yoa will feci a superadded obligation to look well into their contli .a uirra. I cannot tale lr ire of th jett wi l.out adiemnr to tha aid 1 tipoaj the ocraaion. bv ilm Briti.h an.b rmea at Gibraltar, and tha o...nn..n.t.. jw --w aMaaaataaiiCia iucera and crew of the Drhiah !un r Ute line Th 5!alabar.- which lr.i w at Vie time tn the bav. r BTaVrW Ia that generoaity or bumanhj could tlirtatet w pruB.puy penorroed. Itubyaoch ac e of good w iU by one to another of the ramdyofnationa, that fraternal feeling are nouriahed and the timings of permV The fieport of the roaimastr Gene ral aviU bring yoa acquainted with the operations cf the Department duria 4he ral - 3 -at rt year, ana wiu suggest to yoa tucb modtueationt of the exieu'n; laws as ia your npinioii the eitgenciea oi the pub- I. rc -T "s"""- ne rnang hich the country ha undergone of late yeara in the mode r travel and transpor tation has afforded so many farilitiea for ir irausmision oi mail matter out of the resrular mail, as la require thearreateat ti. piUnce and cirrDtnspeetion in order to en- aoie me olbcer at the Juradofthe Depart- "cm mi rrsiratn tue exnenditurea wnliin the. income. Tliere is also too mnch rea- on to fear tliat the franking privilege baa run into great abuse. The Depanment nevertliejfsa hat been conducted with the greatest vigor, and has attained at the least possible expense, all the ueful ob- ecta lar w hich it was eatablit-hrd. la regatd to ad llie Uepartmeuts. I am quite happy in the belief that nothing ha been left undone which was called for hr irur spini 01 econnmr. or bv a srstem of accoiiatakili y rigidly enforced. This i in some degree apparent from the fact. that the Government hat sustained no lot by the default of any of i e agents. In the complex, bat at the same time, beautiful michinery of our vtrm of Govertimen'. it is not a matter of s-.rp-Ue that some remo e agency may have failed for an in stant to fulfil its desired office: but I feel confident in the assertion, that nothing has occurred to int-rrupt the liarmoniou action of the Government itself, and that. while the lawa have been executed with rliciency and vigtir. the rights neither of! sta r nor individuals have been trampled on or unregarded. In the mean time the countrv has been steadily advancing in all that contributes to national greatness. he tide of po pulation continues unhrokenlv to flow in to the new states and territories, where refuge is found not only for our native born fellaw'citizens, but for emigrant from all parts of the civilized world, who come among us to partake of the bless ings of our free institutions, and to aid by their labor to swell the current of eur wealth and power. It is due to every consideration of pnb-J ic policy that the lakes and river of the Vet should receive all such attention at te hands oi Congress as the Constitution will enable it to bestow. Works in fa- ornblc and proper situations on the lakes would be found to be imlispensaltly ne cessary, in case of war, to cany on safe Arcesfarr conaeounM mt it., i.n.k. which bad fallen on commerce and mt rhaoic! industry the ships cf th one trere thrown out of rmp!ovrr.eni.and tU iitKa 01 me other bad been grcailr Aminithed. Owin la i!. '1 lit currener. T-I,n.. 1 .,-r -, . .....-,. in-ivrra uiu rent par a cf lie countrr had become rui- ouiy u.Sht and trade bad to depenJ or 1 P ed pap r currency in conduct- ...g 11a iraM3cuons. 1 sh-.ll be permiited to rongratolate the country that, under an evemilinj Protidenre. teace as prescr fed without sa rifce of the national ho- wn in war in Florida waa brought to a peedy termination; a large portion of the claims on Mexico hate been fufl arEtidi. cated, and are in a course of payment, while justice has -been rendered to ua in iltcr nutters by e ther nations; confidence between man and man is in a rreat inea- sure retired, and the credit of this Go vernment fully and perfectly reestablish ed. Commerce. is becoming more and more extended in its eneraiioiis. and ma. . . . . . nmucturuig and mechanical industry once mere reap the rewards of skill and' labor honestly applied. 1 he operations of trade rent on a sound currency, and the rate of exchange ate reduced to their lowest amount. In this conditir-n of things I have felt it my duty to bring to your fa vorable consideration matters of rreat in terest in their present and ultimate re- suits, and the only eesne which I feel in connection with the future is, and will continue to be, to leave the countrr pros pciuus, anu its insuuiiKins unimpaired. JUIIPf ll'LEIC. Waahififtan, Oteeniber, li4J diiIa!tua of a tr evtH.n ..r . .. 1 berwrU sumlil iif. i, - " , . r t . "3ir2X-'e, the rTr( r 1 .(.w.i . : I . a saeriurt in eoa-l Meetfa. C!a - 1 t-L. .r . --"-" m mifiiMur vaiaati iir .1 1 . . . cr, anu lit Htm .j-.- 1 1 . ' 1 ue en-1 ' i . . .. . -w, ... . . " "if room hx ao lanbrr CrbJ. ' (leiOi. A bin has passed both brarn li es eT the Ugihljture i f Georgia, by, larg uj.j -ru.ta, to reduce the number cfaaea brraiaviLat body.. I i ' AjJeaing torident is relatej at luting oreurred fa the Georgia LegUlatare. A new county laj been laij off, a.d aeve- ikl namea ri pnpoJ ft,r l!t tmOBf them that tf llaiaiaox;' when Mr. Iver- n arose and remarked, that he Loped all the ethet nsraea woald be at once wiihdrawa; that Gen. Ilanison was now no mere, and though politically opposed to dm, he had always regarded him as a good man, and reverenced his memory. All the clher names proposed were there- pon withdrawn, and Harrison adnied. 1 he troate hat bCtre it a bill for the dirjfjon of the (late into CoogretatouaJ districts. t'nloa, tbe Constitution, and tbe I.avrs . tne Guardians f our Liberty. IS 2 a 2a S IB a G U (& do Thursday, Ih-icritLot- 1 f. appropriations ought to be made to ena bii the executive to lit oat a'4 the ships that are now in a course of building, or thit require repairs, fr active service in tha ahorlc4 possible time, ehould any nergen-y arise which may require it. A etiisient Navy, while it is the cheapest iDcans of public defence, eulisu in its sup prttht feelings of pride and conuMence which brilliant deeds an heroic valor tve heretofore served to strengthen and fruifirin. I refer yon particularly to th-U part of t'm Secretary's Krport which has refcr 'cace to recent exiieriinents in the annli- otion of steam and in the construction of ar steamer, made under the superin 'lulencH of distinguished officers of the "avy. (a addition In other inanilVet im provements in tbe construction of the 'leam engine and application of the mo tive power, which ha rendered them ""re apppropriate to the u.es of ships of . one of those officers has brought in- use a p wer which makes the steam !l' most formidable either for attack or dtftrtico. cannot too atrotigly' recom w !J tit s subject to your consideration, ad do not hesitate to espres my entire c,,nvi.'tioit of iu great importance. 'all your particular attention to that POftiott of the Secretary report which refi'renca to the eet of the I e ses "i of tongress yhtcU prohibited the 'fansfe-r f any balance of appropriation rn other headj of appropriation to that l'T building', equipmeat, and repair Ths repeil of that prohibition will ena the Department to give renewed em-P'-yment to a large class of workmen haa been neeesarily discharge in fn'iui'ne.e of the want of means to pay "M a circuuistaiiee Mitendetl, especial v at thi s ea-ion ofthyear, with much P"wa mi sufft-ring. ' ?ives inn great pain to announce to r " -he lis of thu stea n ship 44 nR Mis- j ,JirV by S.-a. in lh 11 iv of Gib altar, TO STiTE COMIXTIOI This body met in Kaleigh on 1 hursday last, but as the papers containing a full account of the proceedings do not come to hand until af ter our paper goes to press, we must con tent ourselves with giving our readers the verbal accounts we hare received. It is said that over fifty eonnties were repre sentedthe number of delegatee exceed ing two hundred.- We are rejoiced to say that the lion. William A. Graham was nominated as the candidate for Go vernor," after some deliberation, by the unanimous voice of the Convention; and that George E. Badger and Edward B. Dudley were appointed Slate Delegates to the National Convention. The pro ceedings will appear in our next. The Whig District r.onvention for this District met in Raleigh on Friday, and, we are informed, appointed Henry K. Nash, esq a Delegate to the National Convention. efco.e Nor- SteaaVV A4 we vMwler ataia if ilia f r wni.pe cwnai ara wA.tmt led y ik iya mitit a rsderali! aa JaU W, od, eq.' 'No, Mri Standard, they are not wil ling to be lei by the nose by any one; neither are they to be frightened by any ghosts or hobgoblins that you may con jure up. John W. Norwood, an invete rate federalist! IIow did you find that out, Mr. Editor? After a few more such applicationa of the term, we shall begin to conclude that the editor kas quite as horrible and confused an idea of it as was manifested by an enraged darley some time since in one of our eastern eonnties. In the heat of hie quarrel with one of his fellows, he suddenly S'opped.and paused f -r aome moments, violently grinning and clenching his fist, as if endeavoring to concentrate the whole of hij venom in oneWning wen!; at length he thought be Had hit it, and came out with the blast ing expression yoa d d federalist!" The editor at least seems determined, to make his readers believe that the term Imjdieseemething nnhuman.,t But how has Mr. Norwood oCehdedf He has never taken any active part in po- ittcal affairs until our late Whig meeting when, as chairman of a committee.'hfe re ported the resolution for the action of the meeting, and accompanied them with some excellent remark, which, if the editor of, the Standard had heard, would tave excited more terror in his mind than the M raw head and bloody bones" he has conjured up in the shaped " federalism.'! le has been frequently solicited to be come a candidate for the Legislature, but tas always declined for weighty conside itions. Pursuing with untiring indus try and zeal his professional business, and carrying on at the tame lime success ful farming operations, he has had but lit tle time to devote to politics; hough he las been a consistent and uniform Whig, KUegnSlm never yet , dw rep!-te contitskaiaie weluf.! and fdlyt ' , C4 l? editor U l!e'lan FuadVd m a contuii.iuca.iaa bom a co mpAodcftt, wri ten In Uie ttae vein tif pleawtry. aaa quut aa uappy ta its ttaaifeauiiow of Imditit aad rrecf. The -rorrrt-poadeiit halls frooi UiI!boroeg!i; bet there art ear cuatka about the commeaa. fation which renders it evident thit the writer local hsfciutwa it not in lli!abo focgh. He dl be t erven ised as ne wbi, in tiatee jaat, has had much t do ua the HdiiiraJ movemeats in Ciptaiq Paeon's a'iMtkV aad aome of the Wfcisa ei la .... .. - . mm-- . a w a m ' an e.rea trtl im T ST in r. . - p . - m" a. uois. He A a.-Pa. k. 4 f , , p, ?slrzih"4 y'' i k t bai ttu ir rri4ip!ea ail U'tfMy'AImrrtiac. nrrpttri'r I : u i v - . V fi a 17 buiMlav. ' n liii 18 M.ndav, 7 134 4?k2l l9Turday. 7 la il'St0 at aeigliburttood ma ha ani l-i ti , .. . . r o sorprued to find one of iLtir oil nJ ,.1 22 Fridav. hni j-' z jt.i . w -w- i J- W 1 i Jf tE bortiS makirnr a m I -... i 23 Saturday, b iaa coming an attack upon item. Wa do not purpose a rttiew of the article: and hall add but a very few remark a. The li.lowiiig extract k a specimen of iu style and spirit: " ' . '1 Taie laar ke it aM' f. j 'ttt4 k) the Captaut Um-lf; it aa ""') aim Bt aat U eenri. If r-ped wtili ba mm. i. ...a orit a lata l flatewber.' tha Caatata ra irtt ttta cautuant , ...m swauj bate tarrd t ttf that he did a aa k-c ata mmm aMtaM:ar aa lar iM tf veftaara at li.ara. And afar wkaettas bia lctal ii,m tf, , m (i atttted lttnt-r. IrH . Wttf Ar.(r,d. J , tq , CUairmaa, ae J C. D. as. 'Mdtaa4 tleu.iaepad tit 1irM,li.iaa.uiiall tUiu. .t 1:-..... aad rrvfcdeai; and then cub d , ff h,t I.ieht UUt tj la tit e-ra aile.avbkb wa a-1 i ! m. a i ita !-,, and 4 6 a: ion ,b ' wan Caaiai V,ly. the Caf-uiat Cn.tta.ay ta great ia aj atuch at . a tw. Sula." , ,.. ... ' What is here intended as ridicule. K FEMALE SCHOOL, 11 iiiiueiirtr. - I UK I eiaf ac.iaf iK a, XHiS. ti R. s iruii( Imm.1 t, day tu ltikrjaa j at at. TCaiS PAYUUt ACVA.NCE. Board, per .e,roa. . . . , tU f S Jul,. iaCt&realelaMe. ftt,lJ.l7 tO waate. . ... tl ,4 Le.irife, . . . . .j lnMtu.lH.aia rreaek. Dtaa-iaaasd Mif. a4 Utia, at Ida ataal autrca. - Vteaaaerua..Mtaieaeital ytste latiitt a ftut.ly. uar- r a iU U b'ai fd 44 ttfceelab a ha.tli. im . I .... . . early !.! aitaa s dtaWed. Ava... tt U. B;aail. IMutwuB.-a, K. C. Deeeattter It. , (jj t ICBaleifb RefMierd Ulanttaitl. New. k-rauja, and S,U.kwy IVatcl ai.a, a w.ekf t foara.it W. .t ' Trust Sale. . jyt l Ueat a de4 rft,ui cietaed by t'.a lata I jttit Bl4ra. ,d lo iu u..d.rr. d. ler itta pa ra ii.ei.Ma tucnttu. ed. 1 e ill i.f. in Our nililiMa amiiinn K:l,l . t: I . mentary bodt ta the Captain and his com-' L''?.,?? ,.fcT',,!l UbM9 '''"' 11 re . . . Ir alata.tMmct thermits mi pany, 1 be engltsh of 11 ta simply this: b ' 'ir.il t rj t.ff it. debta .re4 tJt The Captain has had sufficient energy ,- 'ATL VZni l ' .1. .nd patriouain ,0 form and diseiplina lZ volunteer company and they selected a cheap and aimplt uniform of blue, long a favoiite colour with American. On the 11th of November, their regular tnutfer day, die met and went through the usual drill. After which, according to previous notice, the Whigs of the die trict assembled and held a meeting, at which John J. Freeland, erq. pteaided, and Col. John C. Douglas acted as eec retary loth highly respectable and in telligent citizens. This having been well don-, tltey then, with a migubour-like spirit, turned to and helped the Captain shuck his eorn. IIow much better thus '.a ... ' J utan trial each one should hava atcpnt'd '" er, himself in liquor after the military parade, and have gone home gloriously drunk, as js too frequently the case in aome sec tions of the couuiry. It may suit the tastes of some to sneer al such proceed ings, but we confess we feel a pridn in calling them Whig proceedings, and only regret that the example is not more ge- t nera'iy lollowed. IV, II..... 1. ..1 .wj . . 7 n.,UPnl, mueia, ana contaiuine One other Trart on the svaters of Nur II pa. aa hiN id Blit kwn.. lire.1, adjoin. in Cltotis IV. Jolmetoti aad others, and ton- iaiin at mi 11 u a. re. One other Trad on the waters of Eno, atijomini Hiliiam MH .uity thd atl.wa, and cviit.mii.9 ! at 4S a.rer. Also a House and Lot in Hlllaborough, 1..:.. .. . ... r ... u . . .... . m, M, n-i. a. acioruuif la lite uias at add low. ,, Terma of le: Eai.li aceomtnot'ation for ItOU; ih balance in caa;. Til OS. FAUCE rK Trutlee. December IS. oi' ITTEXIIOSJ-TOWJ C0IP1HT. 00 re eammaitdcd to attend at liill.b. mti;'., an Saturday iha 23J inttanl. a run ed a id euipaed aucurdia ta law, for drill . December 14, J. M. BEAVER. 0. S. ot- Noticca tyil.f. ha nd l to tha liigl.rit bidder, on T! aialay Ute SSh initai t, at Ilia reai denct uf Elias fJaakid deeaed, Four Yatsrigr and Likely ! o wi't Betey. D k, KHin, and IVillia. . . The.-e.ili al.-o bu a-jiJ at t'lt! fame time ami But the writer's picture is, in part, on- . . ' . V- ly a ranfj sketch. 1 he Cap am , com- A qliamilV of F.nlder and Oats, pany dul not make the al.ack upon the Horses a.d Farmina- llten.ila. corn pile." Immediatelyaftertheadjonrn- A erntit f nine mmiUi in im (lieea, tlio ment of the meeting, the whole MiBnan'vr'"1""' " 'r" mwea M' w - a j i left the ground for their homes, except j two or three intlitiduals who had previ-j JAS. A. ( KAK;, Jdm'r. Ilaa fields, Urangeci.., Dee. 4. Otta ously been invited to stay to dinner; and even these made but a casual visit to the "corn pile." ! The II illsborough Organ" feels high- always exercising his right as a private ly complimented by the concluding re C9?5CRESS. The Congress of the Unit ed States assembled at tue capitol in the city of Washington on Monday the 4lh instant. A quorum in both houses were resent. The Senate was called to order by th Hon. Willie P. Mangtun, President there' of. The roll of the House of Representa- e G cttizan express his views at the ballot box, as a true and genniuc Republican ought to do. Maintaining a mild and con ciliatory course, he has Avon the -ree peel and esteem of good citizens of all j-arties. Such is ihe man upon whom, the editor of the Standard attempts to cast reproach by calling him an "inveterrtefe!s'alist!,, o to your horn-book, Mr ?aiuf;.;d,-d inform yourself, better of the priae-iple pos Republican virtue of tinkg and acting for themselves, , . i . i tion.anuto eave noca..,t.rcu.n,,i,ln.ljve. w cal,e(, . MaUhcw Su Cjair or regret. I he eat of Government of i ' our associated Reptthli-s cannot but be l',ark "I- Clerk of the 2 , th Congress, regarded as worthy of your pareulalj When the Clerk had commenced the call care. of the members from New Hampshire, . In connexion with it? other interests, as( Mr Campbell, of South Carolina, called ; have entirely misapprehended his remarks well as tlios ot tne wnme country, i re- attmtinn nc ,,, hml lrt lh. r . commend diat at vour present session you' , ,. , . i.icjr nciu uvi um ciciii-w ti. vui.tuiittn' The editor of the 'Sisndard says we marks of the Standard's correspondent. If ihe people of "Captain Bacon's dis trict" owe any large, share of their in telligence" to the fact of their having been " constant readers" of our paper, it is for us " glory enough for one day. Martyrdom in Corea of the Hear JlpittvUc, two French Afitaionarie, and two hundred and Jifiy Chrutiant. We beg the particular attention of Cliris- and history ofourgoyernnitid,befo( U4Ji9,atptfry class to the details of the oitomnt m naootl nti, ft .:-.i- PerseuuoB given 111 tue eairaci irom a letter which wettbjQin;and which is con tained iu a letter, Vetived from Paris by die Rev. Dr. tftnriiill, Hon. Secretary of "he Society for th?, Propagation of the Irfaith: ' On the 26ui of May last, the v. Mr. Libois, Procurator of the Fo- adopt Mich measures, in order to carry into effttet the Smithsonian bequest, as in your judgment will be best calculated to consummate the liberal intent of the tes tator. When, under a dispensation of Ti ine Providence, I succeeded to the Presiden tial office, the state of public affairs was embarrassing and critical. To add to the irritation consequent upon a long standing controversy with one of the most power ful nations of modem times, involving not only questions of boundary, which, tinder the most favorable circumstances, are al ways embarrassiug, but at ihe same time important' and high principles of mari lime lavvb, order controversies between t e citizens and subjects of the two cotin trios had engendered a state of feeling and of con lact which threatened the most calamit-iiiA consequences. The hazard incideut.to this state of th-ng were great ly heightened by die arrest and imprison ue it of a " subject of Great Britain, who, to tbe provisions of the apportionment law, and presented a paper which he de sired to have read. But objection being made, he did not greatly press the matter, but said he would send the paper to the primer. The paper was in the form of a Protest, and was signed with the names of fifty members. We shall publish it in our next. . The Clerk having finished calling the roll, the (louse proceeded to ihe election of Speaker. The votes were as follows: for John W, Jones, of Virginia, 128; John White, of Kentucky, 53; William Wilkins, of Pennsylvania, 1. Mr. Jones was thereupon declared duly elected, and was conducted lo the chair. On Tuesday the Message of the Presi dent cf th; United States was coinmuni- 1: :...: nt.,..,. t I .. !'!. r . .. iimi .tiiasimi at ki.iuou, . ii tits' turu- .n relation to the Wh.$ of Cpta,n Ha- h ,hc Jighop of DlUsipari I re cort's distncttu .t it was only "a bit of rriveij Vest rday verv sad intelligence. pleasantry, throw out in the kin Jest and most retptelful manner he could think of." Well, this may serve for an apolo gy, in th principle that " a bad apology is better than, none;?' but we think the editor woytd have displayed -more judg ment if he had selected sdme other sub jeel for his plrasa itry than" Captain Ba couY company, lie certainly cljose a very unfortunate method of showing his kindness and respect just aa he is con stantly in the habit of doing to other ant larger portions of his fellow citizens. He professes the utmost love and respect for the dtar people but hardly .a paper is sues from bis press in whith he doe's not, upbraid and ridicule them as being hum bugged anJ-dijluded by t'ltf mummery jof coon skins aqd hard. ci4er. 4 Fodral which 1 ha ten lo communicate to your lordship. Dr. Castro, the Administrator Apostolic of Pekin, announced lo me that, according to the information which reach ed him in January, 1843, his lordship, Dr.. Inibert, and Messrs. rhastan and Mauban, were beheaded in the month ;of j September, 1839 seventy Christians were also beheaded, and one hundred and eighty were strangled. There, ate no oth er details. Poor mission . of Corea! ItjsJ a very terrible trial. May the holy wjII of God be done! In China alt is tranquil in regard to religion. ' . ' ' ' ' 'Dont let hln dodge:'--Tha Editor of the North Carolina St ndard el s' on hta Democratic friends tt aee that I'm, Wliri; are .n -t iienuit ed to dudge the quertion of the TanrJ; . :-TlieeS anilurd mav au'slie Imalf perfect- . je,.,,n. ly ray t'ut this 'sour e. Taj? Whig n'.t - - t onU ilo UJi lui ba4 istigi lite T.nflT' , ?ZA' a o- ftf . ;.'..' Negroes to Hire. " UK Nefrne beti.naing lo Ida lli't a of Jra aa Miller, deeaaed, m Ji be hi ed ot.l lor lite enai.in? jwar, at the court l:oue,uu 1'bbra duy tlte SSt inatani. . JAS. JACKSON, Jr., Guardian. Tdccvmbet 8 04 E3itIsborotEg:!i Academy ' J'HK Sprtuo tessiiin will b.-gin on tU twelfth day ol January. Claaairal D.-p. VV. .I. BINOHAM Fritt. MaUu maticai Dep. ALtX'K. V ll.sO.Y J. Tne Kns'isli S lioul ik vuudiM.-U-d by KO BE tT vv. ul.Ef. December 7. 03 -3w (ETe li.iliiih Bjr'a'r and Slandjrrt, V il miiifluii Cli'Onicle, New ueinUH. fa)etievil'o i'b.erver, Edeu O.. G le. ml lialil x Te publican, wt'l iitseit e werk lor ilirete weekaand forward tbetr aiuia to thia of. lice. - - '" ''!," Orang! Countr, XDTcirJbit T.thi, IUI lice in the Ui-lefeowpli R. orver, ll.iit appli.ation will be utie t.. the next Court lor hia (Ni'in y to ahitlifh the ffi e ot Comity Trtatee. D-reinVer 6. JOHN TAYLOR. Cl,rk., Strayed, TOtflM lUntjti.Mt " ll.e aiihertihcr an Liulc It vet, ttve head of CaHte, oia and two ye.ra t.:d. inaihut WiUt a ertp oa lbe lelt and a sit in rt ear, aixl prrl ab!j aonie nf ttiini with a c: on the left and a silt in Mi a riglti ear. Any mlorn.a'ii.n repr.Vin them will he tbanfcf jlty ni. ivod and euiUbly re. u ..... I .. . ., . ,. tai!-d Dcvjeatbt r 6, JOSIAII TURNER. " 03 Sale of degrees. lib uiidt a gne.t bavins been npfioit.ttd a Coiiimisaiouer at tin Usl t umiij Court, 11 in t'ie petition nf V ilfii' Riiodee and other, o aell the Neeroe mentioned in said petition, ait! . ff r lor aalr. the aaid Kesri ea, beinj fix in aoiiinr'r, on Tliti'aday the 4tl. day ol Janu m V, at tbe late tesiiti iice of W lliani KliMiav. ' .tfecesbeit, on a vfyiii of tar-tee nnihs, tha purchase'- "ivtae l'intl and , od eeeartty. . JAS N. PATTERSON, fWr.- Wf Ul MUM tVUf.