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UNIOtf. THB'COIfSTITUTlON
AND TIC LAWS TUB
.Vol. XX III.
Til C K V41CTII II I'll ' 7.
GtlAUI)lV!i OF
OUR LIBERTY.
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PI-RjCANT H Vee eflW Court rf Eqd-
It fur lMt V-iOlT, at Mq4MHlrr j
fttm. t"4t. I eh", fat ami it the iraeJrwce
thelit tl'""". WrJ., I Drang- ewun-j
te a rrtiV th tfM of CMo1t writ, eert.is '
YIACT I I.AM WWn H tW lanraaf
Amtrfwn fwiUU aVeesewl, aOMlrJ m EletW ,
, 1m the bmU f Jwha thrAiJ ana j
thrr, rixUinti! bIkHiI 237 prf UnJ i ;
uU an f month; jmrriuwrr kw I
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f
uuiirJ m um hmi mmi m-rmntr. TitWi
until lb iwm h inwt io piL .. -
JAMEH Vi;iJB.r.i..
EiuIv-tauI. tuturrV Urttor Urfriu; jwut
OVr fi IwJ. .
Frtwi tla 8. C'TrirpereiMW AjxwK.
FALIKOUN OAT8.
lat avriwtL nRktf4 irmttil iW ' KnJ . with ft IntuneM
I iinin uiiiiiT ort turni. --t ir pia fj"' -- .71 . . . r j ,t :
CWI4H, tA tH fW rf ry!,7' j Am? to the Vmrnti fip be
lh fwgff fiterwinf '' lJ1lWli usU4ir,UNberifJ,
arf et K Hraf te4 bf W; yygk .Mny a ft heie & km
j . t . tm kl Mife. . . ... . "
Early History cf Korth Carollna.fc. mtmU itrhlca rlfib r.a.i.krtii-.i .p. VdmOm bw
?..b,if lie Uterm M.mfer. U Wit thai m o r-... V TV wb MU
' laia Ch.rti-f. IfU.?: l Phirle elf aahta tfM bnoi f t JyN ' ,t AaJ'imr Wn'lba 4&tim4 the bre,
j btll'a llty of the Aarieat Cif ! tffofl lbelt PrtioB ! V'' AmJ the ron uie laJ to M ear,
FefteHtlcf SO.
j and .lihMsVtW ke to Unefil Sumte,! f "Pf"! TP , Me ef iha 0UTi
and UU rrwlere. flit prmnt year, yet iUtI1 M!Ttt!,ea '"T!: " LV"" m lien e- AaJ tlte lute canoe )' ue ,
iH km time to .;-,! and to ile 1 !!T" l! JT"5 TI .ondtra He the
! evDlian n.. a l.eaer l..te ,L I l..te! leewdf And ! 6r !
rrtltioa ta Hrl MnJ. land liarroarrd them tn bae plashed
ITlsrANTta AwarfthfirtfEi- am bruahtd tliero in, and liar town them
i ir fcr Ocaee -mih. at witoMt riihrr on. "
" a a a at - a.. l.lt. ua 11 i . - 1
If cwton Una be ao n to oat, no need
it nrrnannz w ww oan, , r - - - t , . .
too kic to tenefil Sumter! "Pf1'! . T
t1. nrtKB! year, yet J.r.l ! tKe g-aet. -rear jd-ed, ba h
,,D.;4.iaaefdV-liV
. t. M I. II a.r al.at. a,l.IlaM f f nfBa.Ilf HI IW It UHTUfirCa
, alrtj. lh dariaf ol herol.m, .d- tho ai-! Aj tl di Ae erborf. t --7
"tlcU-itu al fMlMar. And, aa iheee a nme of tUetleathfoU wJ!
, . be atlimv at tb fretini di eafculated- -iiaj .boatoftliebirrb.iib.rb.
wwit iwnww fwv ir mi', p'f - ' . . t .,, . l :.l a, A,r awi Usltl :
. i.trM'11jf : l.'r"r . ....v . ..1- tMta." Ihll af Ilia ararilmf lOOJaOC" wi ttirwne,
m r-qimyi""" rrom 3 nertt to 18 nrclta net acre -" -- " r'J ''I' . . 1. .t .ha . i
J.4 .1. .Vii-i r.f.rWWI, -rfr. '.haee phrtif !ied tlitinhae nlouthed ! " r,,e ,1 11 w
i -a a : a a a . ' PaltaP1tfaMl IA lltlt TtaTfllaa ' Bfftl
Term, lat?, I dU eM lWie U i
!""" .? "T . T . " w ".7 " ." I 1 1.1 r,l.neb. A f.ieud f inme in Madiaon
miaO, t-mrrtv livrj. aimtr4 an ib Ibat rountv. Mi., waa cradling hie Mta iu
rtk.raiii.iint lHi 17J arw. KaM tanJ 116, when I r-Iled vn liinv IDtl acre
an tsfee
repraaeh to ear Slate reput lion, fat
coprtlirelf. eaitle i ki-uvo ff
e .tie bi.tofv ol Narth Croli. .Main urt the twMl VUkb riu-d Urn iff (tew (few,.
" . I 1 . a r r J .m aa iiiak lltffS
line, tn , " " . t. be I
Willi jfBKi. Banetti. aad a far MhoV.IlM bn'. ". " 'nw k. l WUmrd tfe a-Heor eiki
it i tree, . wiitten eolomtnnoa work lnitli witf , it eoB'pieernif pUM!e. T1, mitt,i M uigh ud the clouJ. w d-rk,
aed aided to eiB-nt defr-t t.Mli4l! o in thw inaianro e the P,,,unJ4 Allll M rnuroed ao nwre. v ,
!?! r !! !! !!!' to' T!: -CEE IIha'T.n . ked..ad M u. .a ft . b-- 1
vcuftr 1 1 raj pcirnt uoniv pitw i .
! to the eluaaato ecceattty oi a
iiMmb. are faaolteeV w oW
eel to law ef It. 9; 1-9$
iaaiiottoM eoeiiateo the i piftwit poepo-
ova career 4 anKe eo
ear el it awtil aaolli finaaeial eon !
abU ieptff h faet of lie eeeeaattf p
m (la eatede ellh- '
UawdSttt. Tlm--io.nr tw
that dittded tht ptftiea ia 18W. I I13S.
in 1810, tod io 1844. wo no titter ob
oleie or no adjooreed to t luwro end
..k.na a d.etiai dart tl.o 8kaid and
miMnbla Sob Tre-fury, a.iH one band
full of fold tod eilvet for tht Coernoent.
and the oihtr loll of itgt lor the people,
k. ;n. l,nsi the enlr one of tlit old fioea
jtioua that aull remaiot lor diieyrO o4
Uor tenon. Mi
j Dm let oo one anppoat for oiotneat,
1 that, becao e at ol the old oottlwBt
bete em the cnfocoa tad Wbifl ore
question no lfner, hati bfeniaipeB
!ded by the tppalling conditio to biH
j i!e Adminiaimwo ha rckltaty btooihl
foorcounuy, tl.o great diuineiite linea bo.
litem the two prtiea art in the eligb'eH
idriree obliier.lfd. TboM Uoee at.e net
,e, broader or more palpable than they are
at preaenv 1 be ntuie tnu cunnir , j
the Whig pany and tht nature ed ehr-
actcr ol the Ieo Foco ry wnebang.
ed. The Whig aland re't mey h?b
. . . . e.uu .a ..k.a , a t . . - . m m aFanaw - aii a Bazaar earn u u iiiv tn i' v - - j j , . a. a t . a. - - s ? c
ll,l.,!amL ArreJitUt.el.eKHi.hiU;ii.;.JliB..,r ,n .,!!., U'"ee. A brief ai Me, prepared if lbt loanil BO fl,,P ' . . ..s-Wafyddrusl.td.tm., ' " lw?,'i0, J U'f?: "r ." n ,:,.;
T,,W JAMrls WEIHt.r.r.r , Mer e,e ,he beat. 'VtruiMtl- UmJ H?."or An-1 paJJlethHr white ranoe! . s pd popuanniere.tP. th.oppo.er.of that
i , , Uy.r.L.vr.,lxW. !'7MUVd immoral xedaaiaihit clear Lake by W1d .piritof df.irocti.ene.i and innon-,
tviene20. , w., ing . owl wloil ph.w to folloo. land; y ,ry tMry arriternn our earlr cm- ed an on.a.erwg eonate? of par-a
, , - f . 7 ..r to.. ,,teM.tpretvoeIyen lUe Wre4 name o.u influence of which the Wof.ro
In EqiiUv-ScpiendK-r Term, 1817. , ii..t le than ne ond a half bu.h. U im . rer o ftUnnm-rio. wir 6lt, :Pp-ij.1 lord.'' admirable in -h-ratlf t w,r, CaVlina'a fir pernor. A p-.ip,lty hat itricben dnn tome or the
ItaaiV TUmm afArra. ujmrte. J cre. an. broej them in. 1 he b.li le- . f . hmM,m fj.ncroll and CaeW erediubh, to her aei. bhe aa empbof n,i,rpri, Wil erer reflect l.ia fame jrteai lotereate of tht country, ptoijoe-
o.:.: . -,n t..H.1. tela the land, break te elmlt and ttirf.1 . ... ... . . ... .,j .liif one of tho-e. . 1 1 ..... iha'dewdrone that t:tii,M.KAUi it.an.iinn a aenerat dittiaat
find nroaoiaiPH efBii iiiin iiit" i-ariiiaaaaiiuiiir ail
aM J ! 11 J . ..tl1.a. I'.u.e4 -if rllla
an sasirmBBaiiirv aaa m aaarraaar vi 1-- .,. .
t fur Orana e-nnty. mad i.i1er;' Ml'.' -."V-i Drommnndobeiea. tbeae two ffntte- T l.U M..U tW Indwn'
.iimpteaaion that hit nma araa iie.i'j,n Jknaiimi h
Tml IRtf. l h.lt aftVf f akLHrie ttHh
,T laiher et.law the faurt H - '"
uiiu... A.VAM'ADI.E TRACT, OP
iXllX weather, cannot b, killed by any of our
it it more expnlitiou.
Etfptin oata town in September or
Octubcr, if not alien ed to jinl Ix-fure chl
n.iWMt..riiiiwwH'B.i-Hi!' ;.. -. aih.,L -ill r'inen earlier and
more or A rrr,lit t teKe mmrtW iW he will make more grHin.t l( the Ml if fa-,
Kicn.tlie Hirrhwr KiiS niJ ami approved vonhle, t!iere w II he awie danger Ol tne
wivuriiy: and title n-rrvl until tlie ptirchae aW joimrngj piCent thia by grazing
nwneylataM. ' . wild catlle, horea, hogMliwp lol keep
JAML i voung cidia clear of the gteen oala.
Byr.M..w.iaF?2 T,,e oat j, , h(.Mt.r r,HM for ,rca ihan
,iUr.O. tw cum Ao we feW at in l.e .mtl..!
In EqniV-f!erui.iler Term. IB 17. !y , 'ak f"1
1 . . . . , .i ... u : itkkI land be aelecled. or thin land made
" " I ... . ll. .v. . IharA tli. Ir I ml 1.1
.f r.iuL UUUU dui vh.i t.,a a., kvuih m a v..
eS". . . r
venu iu uir iiuraea -.."-
men have eonectly a ertainrd it to bake J
been William, ? lo sironjer evnlenetlf
required of the great inaecoraey of our
inlorwation in regard 10 our hWtory, than
the fact that to arrt little ia known eon-
cerninf a man, whoet career it intimately
ideniififd with tlie State' annale. Aathea,
the cireumalaneea onder arfcicb he'aeeura
ed bit aoihorur, and the teneral character
of- tbt min, are tuatiere to tmperiecuy
cotomtnieated to tie, ptihapi it may not
prove an object entirely devoid ol e
humble a that which Wiuq ' Weep on it own crystal hoaom i and long ' b( the atabilHy or our initiiution. and in
wira oiIi rii.cn ' ' tfle. qHarirt Hn(l fldio ahall have been ,A the Republro in peril tnd diiTiruN
(lmh Hie Prierfea. Svb, , j ilfs CM)mn$ worm, will . M rom which it can rcaieely be extri
. it .t iim .liniie wltcre ... i . . :i . . .. . .
Petition to rVIl InJ
IX purmiioce of a dernce of ihe tVnirt "I"
ty (or riee county, mwle at !Sr4rmj
....! u ik .t wliu:1l
When die nuwre the liune at tiw ahriue wlicie
a ..hakneehv; , i . .u f.-
In every teene then, to retom to nr
r ih.t eiolf nt eoinrnotion, he wat
a ailrtu artor in every piae 01 ne ag
itation he wat the gemot olio root on
iht whirlwind and diwcted tne norm.
AH tie tcquainted with the iue of tht
rebellion. But Gov! Droromond't lift
wat dMmed to meet with an inglorioue
. a . -t .1... f at aa "eAa.
terininatioo. Alter tne crow
that aiill Water iniiimnr grntle cadence in ratr( fey , qoaiter ol a century of good
eclm Hi the associatK'ii nite pa' ... , (goernnem. The Whig, now at ever,
I cannot close ibis rambling coinmuni-j e 0ppoed tothattpirit whirli pnnishe a
.... .'. i ... atnAii ! . .r t . Irti. I.a :
cation, wiilioMt ngain runuuviiiiim i'""iiie iree citizen oy iroviiMiwn .
our great deficiency jina oacRwaronefa.; independent eiercue oi tne rigm oi aww
with regard to our elate history. I -have , (ge. 'hey ore oppoed to the spirit
lati ly aeeii quite a l-.rge work on the tthteh lite ordained that the oltictt of thft'
AniMiuiues, &c., of Virginia," by lien- couiry ahall be, regarded tt legitimate'
, ry Hiwc., esq., which abouml in inaucr plonder to be seized on and appropriate!!, m
of a most inieresline nature; Such a trca-! i, ihe money aud 0od0t o prize ahip,;
on our history would fill a great ilea
. t
m.ie ai rrn.no- " -,- -intt ftlli ,h k-.j.
Turn. 1847. I ehaneannaj to iiuWie aaie,oewraHiiaa.. ' . . .
iW cmirt "uLm K-VHuiw.h.i twjiOi cutting knir. Coni it mor.
i wa !ty of 0h-rrrei,llie IM ueknupos cus,y M food for lioreea. not only lit the
l the beam of PmI Wkkart, dee-A- V;. .,. j,ut tM Uiet (eediogj A horse
m,TrHof 54.rrea.mlju,.. ., ,-"' feJ.1uaU the year round, might li0 20
nmW Vitan and other.; one Tract f 26 " . , . , wjI,
ajoinina ibo 4aa.l.f WiWanaM Hono-'or M ywrt I b" d to con tie win
ZltbZc Uod. ar.-ito.trJ . lb w.ter. -f nut go mud. beyond Uie half of it-corn
Kane, and .re vcrv v.luabW-, Tb7 wilj l solJ a ling like high, etcaiuwg oil horset. Or
on emlil of iweUenMrnthmtliepurrhfiwrvgiv. .. iMin bwler.. .t ! u -s
aa bmiJ and arenrity. Title reamed until Uie , Sutnler" ia rifht in all bt tayt ohoat
'.fivrim '.'-' I value of the oat, the ad vantage of fall
- . WEB ,m, lUe teuefit to land. Ther.
ev'.-o,nlJ.r -o , arc u'y "celknt plantera who art a-
eVcmir .o. , , pUmini oals, they urge it to be
I an exhuuilet. So are all the while crops,
and o would he pe"i beans, potatoes
it. a
test, to give you a dctaitory taetcn oi ibeuion n waa ppri.ew ' deratuni in our itoranea-
north CAROf 1 s.s ttlW COtEfiNort, before Btrkeiy, who io. """ we not hate It f Is tnere a carC. ,
A?rAHx "'T " . f JSSdart ol lacerated pride insultingly bade. . ,, .Jnn mean,; for I doubt
WilUam Dbujimoxd ws.appoiofcV;" , The patriot Orood-rr..o
-s., ? Atr"W'?,,.kL'rn,. P' Wf ?.c,7J;raffor fund either of in-
rnutitv of Albemarle, in the rronnce i. , ...ik .k.onK M.. 1H70. ,.""'."! . . . .
' j t . .. . .Tr..a bi b u K.vcm vn i. - j - A.iia .r nirii.in.iia aiiriiieni.
of Carolina.' in the SepteBiberlollo-
iha eldement at Dursnt't .Neck the old
est in the S.aie) which event took place
in April.4 1(303. lie was sn ero'grwH io
VirinU fiom Scodaod. and" judging from
iha acaiteriosr and vaeoedecriptiont we
have 6f him, seems even io lliadark age.
atla-aaa-laVA Baail1ltJ flP H t PT I ll 1 1. 1 ll (T
- . . HUVII IVfHW VI W,i,-a.w."a
md bang at 4 o'clock oo tbt tame oy. . 10Hj thai no book could be edi-
Tbos, this brave and ntaarunry man pJ ,,w.,.dav, beiier adapted for an s.
breathed hi last in fni;l-a.f suspended.' , . ;,,i, .-.on ll an those of the de-
Shtrotfal and enmeiiiedf.t ol a- wonder ,.,, ,,,!-, -on-kferation. If each
il miiril The irraoi Baikelys wat to -
its own his
far like odiooa CalijuU of olV in itncti f al ,y B j carefully compiled, we ven-
lure to assert uaiamoreej aiemiieouct
things would exist than at present.
or from such atudiea, the Slatil and ro-
iiical Economist alike derive efficient ad-
h.ve br him, seen. even .o inau.ra agr, th tirtience ol a single entenee
when Hht usurping disposition of let heut4,ff,wt hope of a large mj rity V
Stuart Uny,inrvcud en; 1 ,
clime ofthe ne - woild w.th its atal mla- - . o( wbt i9 know r
I i..:Bt.n.t uiitkin Iti. hniom : ' . . i.. . in
etc., if all managed alike. Corn, (one of j passion, lor ' popular' liberty, andCaoip-
, of Faui. the while crop-,) when planted, is atrip- brllteim. him "a ted-le bcnjcl, gentle- j
Z!X-t ped ol its blade and the car taken, the man. of estimable charge.: , I he c r-
In Equity September Term, 1847.
William F, Srayhnrn uA ortw, tx purtt.
, Putitioa to Sell Land.
IX uru.nc of a .Uvrce of the CVwrt
B . r - i . mt K..I Ji liilyr liei
IT II tW 1 1 .1 1 1 V I .UUII.f. ..'.'. - . . . I ... .
Term. 1847. 1 hll atll Iwtbie the Court Hon-c italk is left Willi the grass and weeds, anil
doorinHitWrouRh,oitholfiilid3y.rtVtol--r' robably cow-peas..- Uut with the at,
next, tha, PLANTATION whooww Mr !Sa- . j an feuiovcd cut low, you
rm.cj Rtonhorn, deoeaard, hd, tu.t.Mi k villain, to as to get all the oata"
mnefw. HilWHHOuRh.onthe ro.d hiding, to uf ; '"' , . J. ... .,.
The wkl Irart riMitini about 4o aiiu mw o.r .. b -
vantagea. The Antiquary too, who de-U,,- Judiciary and to render theCoorttof
1 ft a.. -...-.! at.cc.tsV IfirttPtf ., Dlkir f a . I aft. -.f tt-.O
Clmiirl Hill
acrrv and ia aokl for partitirtn
known on the oaf of wile. ?
'JAMES WEBB, r
urn awio . - - - . i a i
Term, made clean enough for boya toshommaibles
ria. to have cherished within his bosom
. " . .
tnetscreu germ oi sn inuepriiiiou, r,f.....
BancioUcecniksorhim,that ho, wat pro
bably a Piesby terian, a man ol prodence
. i i .i..;.i -.i.k i!.
ana sag.ciiy. too oeep.y,..o. -iTho. wh M b-llef eroe ttt our , t ,..,. :;,! .1,. roluninoi.a reve-
ana eoip-, . ... i,iu in thoe -V U . . .U
.'cn 'i"j - - - . ne ni an cxciien iinagiiii,u"'" .
unacquainted altogetiierwitinniaauojfci, , - f D, . -.,," can realize. a-
hi incompleie oottinemsy convey some- .... f09 nf ,raMiu(,nary,lore.a gra-1
! what ol interest. ' ici, innngn 'r. r,fiCation more intense; and Ihrilling, uei
aoiindistmcily impressed upon me, - j, .. t Truth is much .. granger
ol Go. Drammend. As will bt obeerv?
ed, the fkeieb i necesanly ery iPr yiaUxs ttlt amjj ihisty toroetjBad
feet so contracted it1 out kjnowledge r ' ,,iJu4Jv records, feasta in silent eaiieiy at
iheeiilf hirtory of the Common wealthy . - Vmi ja.t of alL he who
1 nose wno are oeuer -vcia
. ...:.. .., . I h ' Arm'.
I IT cooije.Me Y" i -
posed io lh spirit which rothlesiy swircs;
down a great and valuable financial insti- i
tution for its trfual to become a tool ia ,
the bands of the ledr of ihe party ia
nower. Thev Ire opposed to the spirit '
which aim at concentrating in the Ex
ecutive the constitutional power and func
tions of the other deparimtnt of the Go- '
ernment, and wbirh by turns threatened
the Senate of the Uiii'ed. Statea and iho
Supreme Court ofthe Republic, with ao
nihilaiion, for daring to interfere between
iht Executive and the objects of bit inn
Leo or his awbiiion. They are opposed
to the spirit which sought to destroy the '
greatett and most important functions of -'
i
camsiancrs under which he entered up
on bis admini-tration are peculiarly wor
iny o note, i no won-.o-.v. - . -r hisioriJf page, here remains one memenio ( . SIift neeos no omament-
buryand Locke w jusi of bi tumped by Mature', hand. I.Kb ... ,. f h pen-n ,je.
um .cTic, .... -Vi i even the slow lapse oi lima cann - r,.milv m ' s"".
mersed, completely lost sight
m. r..
the remark of planteraj the1 prerogative of landed pin
oat land, low and hard, and tilled nobility' j trial by Jury
Bj O. F. LUNU, itejHiiy. x m ,u g plowing ttubblt land, tne a nominal concession, ... h v". environ itwhich ye boast tut name. m f , ..--,;. wl,ich so much em
i .a a n. utiina nirvn i ni i i ir anrriivemr in wes inou i a . .a. -. . . . a ...s - iil'hihi ibf i ia . i a T t .
it" "";!-,.-;- iha- .ho Va--how " ",n"' Z" , " X .b .diet and rep.e.eota me. pritteipiet, wo
.... .
lpteroWrSO.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
, h. fei .! OR.IKGR Cttr.:: ' -r'Jf 4f
Superior Court of I w September
- Term, 1847. "' ''"
Mrthi IU, YitMnrKTfill!J:yan.
Petition for Divorcf.
'ii
N
JOT1CB ! hereby eiven to 'drfrmlant, that
ha .lrnoMtion of M. V. Ileririion. na om-
, . . . ' .
era, win ne waen wr me i iuhhh. "
John W. Norwood, eaq. in HilUNwo.igh.on tne
... . . . . i . i in ..
I.urth Momlay ol Uctoncr nri, u. ue
deni-e in Ihe uif imlinR in Ornuge, Superior
foort, wherein Martha K. Vann i plointifl and
w:tt- ' - ..r.,.ft - vi
n iuw si. mnil tirirnuomi t f ,
Hr. s R. M. JONES, C. S. C.
97 Sw
I
: 1 on. ; 1 have seen
about plowing the
I m alii, il.r nli.i
HS'ottiUMe about 12 to 15 , inches high, and j Irsnchisement wa. made an
orasa nreltv genetallv -all over, aitnougn t
the field has been fed off to hogs and sheep.
But uudcratand the object was to feed
atocki tlierefHO the land waa not over
stocked ; 3 Sheep and 3 hogs per acre,
4 whl. fall half food beside. Some folk
fernl aiurk ia if thev could eat the retl lull.
If every plantation had about 8 acres of
oata per band,-yon would sre fine hvj.
and inn
bout
time
oata
V , .1. . .1 !.- nt ttmrn p.nnnl olc . -
e -W..I 'even n i-,r ...... - - - inrinitv.
of. emid ; Tha,-... h t....itfnl Lake in lorm,S
? . . iitvieir - ,
pueiarie i iv,ml Kw.mn biauldiil even in t
U.inrt.khhi .Itadrear.daikfcenery ihsl
urv wa
the
a nnnn ARTICLE.
i contrast wubJ the 'drear, dark scenery ihat w ; ,n.i nii-r-e . aicu :n
iuiar en ,. ..... i ki. m.' "'"-------.
SSow '" th. .amarromaiit e b.die. and rep.,
i ih inatYte m sint ni a uiu 11s
utterly unpropuions uie ago . .
ooment of nrineiple uch a Diumniond ;
roromhe theme ol one oi torn w. ar. ,r(Tl(l8, d4iy inculcating, that we copy
Imoiichsatoand atreetiog poems, wl),cn ji,- beUef l0 enforce thoughts and sen
etnbjoin. vThe tubjt.ol the poem is? -iha ,houi4 be deeply impressed
. . . . - I ...l.V
of curious won!er, ol pniiusopnieai .ou; , , . . .
a " a ' " AieAananl "
and ol pleasing recreauon, u iciurv.
01 tne nm aay oi any C.-U....J. ... wrfl
" " : V . . . int.. AI J
There is no doubt but that the war wiih
i. i :. r.i.i ... .. h-anl Ol at-'
rnec . ... . i i ...... -i.il i1 in'
A a fie I1HU i.rtin'j -
Prie alv. f 3.50.
! lion gratefully 'epilogs fiom the eonten,. r.f).; ,ka,,,ke w8!, doi dead, butu Mexico, o wantonly brought on by the j
i..-. i hi . iaii m a i iviiia iii ii.r a. ir icnii,.!',. i 4. . . i a ennnfinpii a .(-..aiaiabiiAa sasksi saw r ni dim :s a iiaiivq b
lei. I he oas come iihu ' : - f pone lome utsfnai owam N ,o rr- --,rauroiinBiiwt n .VWf,..
" .... . .1 . a I .nl All 1 11rielt r . . 1 I . aa B . L.laaa. I. a, le) A
the loth of June, decidedlv the worst capacity ior eii-over,.u, .- -he b,u wandeied into the-dreaty- H'"ioim oi uie oiu issue
f ho... 1 If ihere was an acre of ter the analysis and c.ira.t. . ,' ess, and haddiedolhuhgenot been lost' p,tlies in this country, or adjourned those
toeveiv 6 head of pigs and thotes.fyoo know, baa been defined to be .phi o.- hj drofu, mtfr8Sst.."- , . i,. for an indefinite period. The dis
us . jr " .. '5 ..t.i' .r.ha'i-!iPhine hv'eiamn e: and the de-,' ,,(..,. r 1 .u...:..--r.k. ....-!.. revenue it not now
to enare. tneir inea, otcs ..,, rT.v a . ., i . . u ..i ,Um ..... . --rr-r-.. . .
- . Tha . finit on ia a moal eoireci one, .or a ... -. mey inaue i.r 8,e .- , s j (- ; tiln. He oeOPie. lor me Aomui-
Come and Buy.
TUB suharriher offer for sale on the most ac-
ewnmodatin terma, bis i '1 . ,
IMantnllon 'and Tan-Yard,
Ivbitfrnihe northern part-of Oraii9,"two mile"
M.iitti rtf mrk-nnt Ornte.' Th tract contains 135
watee
... fl ! . . ...lit.
reacu . :n-tt-er aluJv ofthe past is the Inlalliblo pre-. For a soul so warm and true;
Z1 cottor eature. every er- cur.or o'r future melioration. R.d w e are ; AwJ sU Xo tiic Lakc the Dismal swamp,
Son" Sere, coilon tZrapt'ogt fiom th. Il.read of our nana-. vvhorc 8 niK,lt long, a firefly lamp, . , ,
ty.i. June than TT TTA. o.nliei, i. Iisnded down" to . ! BUe lwu V;
mucil losi is in uuimns ; r' .. -i. -t'in.' nd he areflyilamp I aoon snail see, -
llivtuu f .......... - - ....
And her paildlc I soon snail near.
ihe time so
i,tration having expended all the lunda of
the nation tnd incurred an immense na-
iinn.1 debt, there is no Surplus rtvenue.
and it is not probsble that there will be
.i.i. in. tha nresent treneration.' rThe
- , o
Hirrea 4 orao acre, more m ww." ! . v.rv nmno to la
tlachedloUif deairod. Atht snbaariaer iet they being 'H
tremely auniou. to si ll, a good .Urgaio may 0
oht.inod, If nut aoH privately by ,the IfilSi of
Vioh..r next, I will, on that dy, sell on iho prc
mises the ahnve property at public aiietion, to the
hiKhesthidder."' " " ' ' '
WM. Ai I.EA.
eVptenrlwr 13. -. 1 0B
t 1 - . fo ' w ' . " J'- .nil ai. mi new niv-iiw innn i fwn .-. v . r ....tr..
. . . w i . i r . . a..aK b - na B a r ii in in mi 1 1 i atiiiiiii i -- . , i :i . i s.M ainaaani n a an a? iiiiiniu
up alio nawi to my . y t ' t--...:. M.t.k of ihe interval that ttana- .,1 ... f .. k.-ft.a .n issue while ihe
TO mane """ " . .. t ' r o paif : - y" ... n, ,i i:.
ke Ihe easiestipired between ma inttsiiaiioii aa uU.t.. .,al jt u ascertained t5itdS.raii urummo.rn -! wr cno inue. lor even wr. viay- a uir
a on indolent negro can
LOT or nkc I. AKD,, t.
' " r... ...Ia k..
March
-trt
" " LbNt3,WEBB;&Co.
Bacon & Lard for 'sale;
7 AO I,TJ- 1,acon ,,iu1 300 ,S: ?r
t vFv. -k. v the eiihacrilicr. - """'
lahorioii at i and the period when we again recognize Ul jam, city ,wun yirSinia.. in .b'a-l.rbuiion bill previded, thai, in the event
way, ami --3 b - , ,(, ., him no longer as Governor, but as an ac ; riKlcr than ib die, knowledge ot toe " r r --j, .hoold revenfor the
i . witii xiiipis ii- rAtMuiiuii wftvis u--....B-a- i iiasa inrrAiMi ikprKtMVa iv iimi mo nrppnt lancnitJVJU Wll
nil, l is mi i - - i . a.A
CO
Its noiii mi 1 nrevents their e
anrine train 1 know they .will cover the
o.,..h i,fora froiJ t With winter gram
sidration of the following ewacllro.nlvis8.nrr -OPai!tl,d 0wedly protective in lis lea-
. . r ... r,..n.:i.n rS th Ch.:
SWCr 10 mqUlUCS frM1" l"V varauimv . " . . 1
lonies: " We have 48 ransncs, anu w..-
a.iih terrifi and uoexnected violence tip
on the heads of Beikely and bis official i
a aw- ' .La! sWttAM I
STsSS BIB sua aw - - - . . . . . B'l.l. ! A n Bf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f 1 fl UCCII
pea. might be sown In February or March, if lhe POpo!.ee, thejursare well paid, and by my consent, should he
I f.: fnnaJI feat distant, and venemeony rejeriw j i i ...... :r h- amM nrav olbmer and preach tea.
uy .rB . . . , . jnnHrAu. t.saiion imposed upon we pew : -":":y .k,u
aisa.i iri ni a ne "R jrr vhi - . . i . t v i i irrnnK uoq. lucre w "w 11 v
owingwae.utu..r.;..r:.:,:- . j , ie,isted. the. arrogance ol noouity - - . .hwtt not have
ncre. .; I he. w" known1 C01,,emned-iTi.tters were approaching - .ed W:.fo..lcanikig ha. bro.H5ht)ue,iraW.. :A National Btnk Vttot;now
me injury . . . " k.KJ a crisis. Drummon was one oi uiw o"' disobedience, heresy ami sect. m..n . ber6r, lhe people, tor tne w nig.
' .... i .hii-h directod every movemeni hnnntina has divuiced.tiwin, ami j .,,,..,-k u.ai oninmris am nnchansed at
a . . t. a aft.. a-. a. M aril ftif the.
...ai in ail trnnw ini iiie u-mtjnw.
lUiVTSf w sail ft a T
great war debt will require eueh a tatill,
in. at least a aoarter of a eemury.ss will
affoid all be proiecdon that the most
strennons advocates of proteetionregaid as
Some of vour reader will reinemneriMv-
each state supreme, by the repeat of that
aection of the Judiciary ael vrbteii autno-
rizet appeals from the Stale Court to.
ihe Supremo Court. They are opposed to
the spirit which has upheld and coonUn-. :
need the Sooth Carolina Nullifiera id the
almost open rebellion against the Const-.
tution and lawt. They are opposed to ihe
spirit, w hicb in the Sute ol Rhode lshndV
set at naught all the forma ol law and at-
tempted iooverthrowexiting institutions; .
and they are oppoaed to the spirit which, :
throughout the United Statet, ha under
taken to jtiatify that tre.aonablo outrsge .
opon law and order.
They are opposed to the apttit, which
for prttin purposes, excluded Ironi Con
giess the whole New 'Jersey ueiegauon '
in defiance of the broid aeal of the (Jov- :
ernor of ihe alale, and ihey -are oppnaed
to the spirit, which subsequently, foi
similar purposes, admitted me a to Con- si
gress who were elected, if they can be
aaid to ba bseii eleeted at all,"ir open
disregard of the District law which wa
and is.he supreme lw of ihe land. .They
t .re on nosed io the snirit which prompted
and which has sustained the ExeeotUe
veto in makmg war upon the finance,!
arresting the land bill, passed by snover
whelming majority of the people's re
presentatives, and in causing ihe sacrifice -
ol thousands of lives; and millions oi pro
perly, by petting a stop to those great
internal improvements which are oeces-
aary to the domesic trde and commerce
of the country. They are opposed to the
spirit which sought to embioil us ia a war
with Great Britain by seizing ana orcu
pying the whole i.f Oregon wiUioot the
arm of negntianation, ano iney art op
posed to the spirit which, without await
ing the aetion ol. Congress,, precipitated
us imo a war with Mexico, and which
now aiming toannet the whole of that
Republic, with, vs; eight millions oi po
pulation, to the United Staits, ;theieby
either adding a doxen state to our union
and making their millions ol Mexican,
Indians, and hall-breetls, our lenow-r.n-zens,
with poweri lod privilogea equal
to our own in Uie lovernaienl ol our own
coontry, or rendeiing it necessary that.
in opposition W the whole genius oi
instiiutions, they shall oe-ieioes'T
ro;on.ia.ur8ent p. . ,
A. r'OilKKS I
t Id.
A"
j--.ii '?' 92-4w
by old Mr. UaiiilolpUjaDOUi.
injt seen grain drilled in your i

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