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4rrt taf LvCtbaf K iisaaeetl l!tr lions ; and tlurf a wany mrinVrs of ibi b'xJr U iarsied to aturcdj as asay fad it eoairon-nl aad practicable. WKirh rr enaairjuxisly adopted. Mr, Udasrr proposed that ibis l'ovrt liw, ajfchoat any further fU pwewJ tines lo sitaxJIrr bad sraout.t of tubarripiion bich J b necsiy to soak ? iuiSIiuo. Mr. Ci. wen! on. fa an i1! precuVal spe h. la detail the plsa by which ibis tesndt taiht e rtiMiipli.hcAL Tb"r able ami g!taa ctuttintt af this, great work aeeda ruW)B fmca ws, eve a if wit limits would al!t of mi j extended vrountof the farts aaJ aojuoarnis lit presented. He roa tended tint we ofgbtwot to a-'joura with ut I'lritgiii every dollar of the stork and aecuriug the r barter at once. Mr. Jones, of Roa aa. vac swarded the C.imi CU'. anil aa usual, received the loud and merry a-j lju tl lue w bote couvcu j I f :mrn tu rciuno.e ilia r.xct-uitvB umui a out l!ieeeiiiiil!resubarnftrAns were be- a "a"Ct no wuiigan.'n i-.-jru stiovs br XIr. Ci!mer j and at thi point 51 gentlemen li tJ aigm-tl it. A number of aery micrcaiin addresaes were alra m..lr h ArTt-rent aeailem. n. . ml received with f.nspplaue. '. Cor. MorehTad remarked, .la. Ute speAinf eeerurd to be near, be reckoned 1 tti Had i.s well gjain woik now, sua lake U.e remainder of tliia atik-k. He proposed aMt,r.,Jeleveaander th. seeond "'3. 7 ,,TT r ! T V t" in rommunur ad aerti.,a of Jjeet. .!, aKaa.ed hi. of be, rooGW. SjTX C IVa.. tail tuii.Ni ab.e. .i : Me..ra. Sounder., - I-l- - toau-a .,8 ..Tt k. J ,on..r, ir.ri.bly eonfiord o the irmLt- a l.i.o and I... e,4lr.2uea. Mrlt-a. Urtaaol I. McIoJ. Saatu. l.ra- j - .,-".rrrrrr, .,... rrPJ w b . le.- Itlly. It at eiperted at Home ll.at A. N'abm.-. .J .V.irli.a . U.rer. iaia,Tro!uiier, J. XI. MareUad, Tbo-i Hil XWIYI1I t.tKOIJ5A It.tll. PirtUrut and odm m&nn af U.e foateuiiua. I , . tbe I'om would ts at Uonet ento on tlie Kbawr.l, aitl j,U- iUn tha aho anr a BiM. Lord, fol and Uurriiifrr. j HO ID tlI EXTIOT. r. Orae auuk a awy rlotjueut and uiolk j A ii'le eljllil H.rnt ia Coniurtirut SOili of OrU.Ur. t wk l!r werU aad faraarJ aecou.ta lo iip(pertoreniarkfaere,l!iitj!iroughi The Caneitoa alt-b auraUrJ ia Giccac mk H aaJ that hr hl lm-oJm.lT imic-' mantiOu.rrs alxnit aSOO.KOO aorih of? The Kine of Nanlra baa rnnaented i'. 5" 10 wruie Ihe stock, if practi -able, bsfore Binirk, H-a. Jaba W. El!i of Rawan, we (rarr here, and any gemleinan w bu Oto Joha G. Bjnuia of Rutbvrfard. and Uav. wa a tiling to I Ae two or three of the j Mrrkrad of OuildnJ. Vice PreiJenU) t and t'larra a oo!d lne the ptitrib-jf of having (Jfcarlre l R4boi4u of Vke, anJ D. T. Cakb his extra sbarcs worked off before any ('; wrll and L. of Cui:Jf.r l. SerreUrn the otlrers w bo dive only t Len one alure. ftt a,l.Ktio to tha puMUI.tJ acroant of i3.e Pa lie would like to ascertain UuttenUiueuM w- k, attiW ourtel( illforu)Jtioa fur. of the 51 tientlcmen who had mUrnucd, WlfJ bv mm j,. . ,t a l,tl.a sl.daa tl.,ta aaflati. 1a..B ilia aa ar Sa- share should be worked off firl. 1 Some further conreroation look place j In rrl .tio.. t.. I,m a I.e.. it.. ! ((uettion w as put Oil the suggestion made br Gov. Xlorcbcad. and tl.a acnae of the - " ... .... . eubicribers waa favorably tipreaaed; but rnijUt be nrce-ary to aeaure the charter, af whkh not being unanimous the suggetioi was . Ha. R. M. Sauaders was chairman. Theaa not pressed by the mover. J emamiueca did ool rejwrt anttl PriJy The re- Ullier suggeslions were made by Mr. mtindet of theaitting oaTburaday waa orcupi Mnidecai and othcts ; aftee wlikh, Gov. , ed by aJdreien from Hauulun Jones and George Morcliead renewed hia propntition above, calling upon the 51 su'acrileis to know how many would double their stock? A sufTirirnl number not ofle.ing, the propo sition was withdrswn. Considerable add interesting debate and tunvenaiiofi follnwedf wlrefli II. I.. Kobardf.ciq., offered ilia foltow ing resolutions, viz: I. Hcsolved, That the thanks of this ('nnrrntion be tendered to the authorities Tf the Presbyterinn Church for die m of the trarlding m which tha session of the j 8libury that .lockholdcrt should hae the pre Vonvcution hat e been held. IVrence ia the contracts; and that aa seoa aa the 2. Resolved, That the thank of the : atock is takea the whole line from the terminu Convention are hereby tendered lo tha an the Wilmington Road to Charlotte, ahould be President, and oilier officers, fir the able j forthwiiheuiveyfti, estimates made, and the work manner in which they have discharged put under contnu-t. Hie third waa. that we forth the duties devolved apnn therm ' with procml to open subarriptioua for the remain- The questi n being put by the Secrets- der of g, ty, the Resolutions were unanimously j The fimt and ascond resolutions were unani adopted. ,.,., , . , mouily adopted; and while the question was pend- -On motion of Mr.D.nghi.n.the thaitks ,h 3J ,;cn, s,undeM procceded to ad- ... . v.,,- , ' j. , Vi ha niMksa t r IT iranrKnu.ll .1 1 IkS fllAll-l liu vltli.riiP1 m .iir;rii?uuitru;iM ts generoti hospitality extended to llie mem ber of this 0 oi.ve nti in. The business being concluded, lire Uotu rwlarirt (1 rk fs P r c ar I r f g 1 1) a t nrt Vaali. wcsirsss vsiaivn a i ic-is, siw 'a iiiv voimir i lion, in closing lis session, briefly and hap pily respomled to the tnuny kind allusions ; made to him personally, W hen he had on-' I v done his duty, in common with the 22 g-.illant North Caroliniana who stoml side oy stile, ana oattieu mr tnis uitarter. ins ; Temarks were at- ivere.i in an impressive and highly emjmai c manner, and were , rharacterized ihroiighoul by fervent patri otism, and the utmost devotion to llse suc cess of rkts great enterprise. A fter which, tiro nrocecdifitrs tvere or clcre 1 to be published in the nmers of the i feialcand the Convcutioti adiourncJ. tine 4 CAI.VIN (JR.VES,.President. 'n. C. Uaboteau,") 1). F. Caldwell, ISecretaties. 1. Swaix. j ArklMIS. The Mule Rock papers of ( for very obvious reasons. 1st, They are opposed ' rcspecllul consideration in the minds of all the British fleet in the mnu.h of the Dar e 30ih ult. r-nntain some account of the ' to mtcrnal Imnrovementa by the General Govern-: classes of the A mcrican rommuiriiy. Pro- i d inelles. The instructions given by the th Robert A dims, chawed with harintr been engajroil in the disuraceful disluriiances in ! which the King were killed. They are m confinement and under strict military guard. Muelt excitement prevails, and Gen. Wood has deemed it necessary to retain a company of 73 meu al Yellville, to guard the prisoners. The followine toast was civen at the festival held by the typographical craft of lvew i ork city, on Wednesday, 17ih or April, in memory Tjf Benjamin Frank lin: "The Press It rr-presscs trutli re presses error tm-p'esses knowledge and cn-ptesses none." Wethntight thi too good to be sup pressed, and therefore publish it. At a printer's festival, in Washington, the following was a regular t am: Wo an The fairest work of "Creation the edition being extOi.si'C, lei no man be without a copy. Iproceedmga in relation to the perpetrators ( m(rnti ctiux they think it unconstitutional; and ' bably if, two years agn, our cotintryinen j hnglisu hnvoy express snil more strnng of the outtagea in Mirion coonly. 'I1e ! M n,e itatea alone have the right under the reserv. j had been aske'd to select a young officer -ly die determination o give material Flip Banner a.ya : , ,h h , Mcreige iu , ,hllt ' from the American army whoso talen.s port to Hie KIta,, in case of emergency. Iliet ticuit Court of .Marion county ad- nhei Pfpn?iei,i,tives can go to Congress baJe ,air 10 ll,ace l,,m 81 "n ea,,y Petm' am' rm a defensive alliance with him jotirned to the 13th insl. Indictments for; ... , , ,, at the very head of hia profession, and in the event of Russia undertaking hostile murder were found against Nelson Sirat-1 w,lJh Kood, K.rtc' 'n', opf T 2 lio tinobtrusive trait, wwtld carrv him j measures. ton. Jr.A V P....r A! ',...... ,! ; nd say to Uieir advocates the stalea will ao tM , , , , . , Bn -nom:. K,vt, Ti1(, ;.,,!,,.,;. nfil,- Fr-nrl, Vnvnv . j i-JU I'alaa. ska C aetltatlea aaa la Lawa- tta CearsU-e .fear aUaeii). Vrdneda-f Ilrcrinbrr 3. RA1L.ROAD 3I1XT1VC. A 6-a-BaU Mriiif aifl t fcrU at tba coa - aMW ia HHkaaiaacH, aa Taradij tl Nibiaat'littiaa. aal It aa aaanimaaaty aoW. A3 tha ciurn (f Ortu;a aft rtnti'if witrd Doul aert tlra oprar4, inoviit of V ta atlrod. h i cijjrrtrj tbat tL IIoo. K. M. awuu auWi4kaia aaf ianaar4 ia f t( C,Ct ft. A aaaaderv.aar late Miiiirfet to uui, HociCtliui podna aas lW M.Uuiilri) ia tLr rCnt tLx Oma Caa. MrtotU and aama uehet iio. am butieJ imiitaluak 4wU tocoa ir.pcu (uW gratlrawa, will to pai4 aad uLimi I4 ( lU amaiaJw of lU HorU TW aw. the aiming. Bimt bamf lxa rrfc!,Cfiv-fi imJuiJuaUwcn. It araa p-jl la MJ iLU aiwtlcf aa Tar- : J . . : i . a a. a rf UNaugbaa die J90i aliiiao. e are pkarJ ta klTOi u wa iMrlljeJ. IVjjv were tbrie 6ltm eMln, tijr UM, rf U -p,, m and aia tiaa aeial aftkecauiiuVa bryoU - ' i..' . . : ti i; ..r .u- - - a- - - watt"!. taywa fra rt CreraAorough Ftn - ha rJ i our eolUm.u loJ.y. "" PIn.1o, " " oi n ake, vt. r. J. II.ii On Thursday a committre waa appointed Is ou-arn,., w ...Knuerna, ure- . a . . a v . , .. . . . .. . ; ana ...uuierio rrr onine d mean, toe ramng tha balance which Davia, ewjia on the importance ef the pre at work in contemplation. On Friday, Governor Morrhead submitted hia report, showing that but about 1 03,000 had been uUcribrd, excluding all conditional auhacriYn'ona. Tha Goeot areompanied hia report aith an f tmest sppr al ta the CenVrrrtUm, which was well calculated lo arouse tht-m actien. Tbe Hon. R. M. Snn lcr then aubmittcd lui report ia tha ahape of a resolution. The too first wars ia eaWunce tba reaohitioa adopted at dress the Convention. This speech we under- stand was matked with great ability ; end from what ia said of it, we think that great service would he done 14 the cause ef Internal Improve- I merit il it could te pumuneu tor general iniorma tio.. Gen. Saunders commenced by sxpiesting hi gratincation in the fact that the trot lima he has had an opportunity of addressing any portioii of j hit fellow citiieas since his return from Europe, WM on lhu -mmAing occasion, He felt a deep intAett in thc work which had M togelhcri inJ haJ tttcnJcd ,he Con?eUon gre incon. a - .a a- a. i -w a- a- a -a aa -a i a Halt air JlllUI arrax'ta IIIF W ITH II Tl II If llitia l - vrinvriiv. 3 w iiiiiiias liv usivs ainnj. ibuiv i . a i .1 a . , . . , .i , , i .'I"5' reprobation of the course of schemes for the improvement ef the state, and of i . 1 ,, ... .V,. " Union A,4.hl course uiu not r.esiure to laae sraes m ocnaii oi i "P"l measure, He bad had various! i conversations about it with friends; snd some bought it ought lo be ma.te a party quertion. but be had sdviscd differently. Hewass Democrat, and if he ahould ever take an active part in Ph- iica again, u cxpccieu 10 a wuu f"j But be thought that on principle, the Democrats should take the lead ia snnport of this measure, I ork' "y-cn nas ueen me practice o. u.e . Democratic statea of Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia and Alabama. And who, said be, gave life to this measure! The President of this Con ! ...:.. 1. If . nuaL and Iha renresenta-' .VIIUUH, UIUI.-V,- " ' . .. . . , I five of a decided Democratic constituency. Gen. Saunders said he knew those people, and he be lieved thev would sustain that gentleman in the .... ii .i... if iKpv . "w. jic waa wiiaiii in.-, "v-"., j ' , such people a. they were when the distinguished j r J . ' Yancey and himself represented them. 1 hen ! wr. x ancey aa lumselt voted tor evxrj r. , deter(vine m, rillrt Turkcy bcfore May , j it for the improvement ot the state, from Cherokee, n pj,, am, if m- foped. in the mean time.thathe dis- to Cumtuck; end when they returned home, the i wlplh,r jt j, 9rt i;,rge a9 eventually to ! ptrte would be adjusted, question waa asked, -was it for our immediate be-, (jMrot the pure black race. The caps-1 I.a Patrie of Sunday last, on the snb nefit? No. Waa it Tot the beneSt of the sute! 0(jes 0f reproduction in mixed races of ject of Russian ami Turkish affairs, says Yes. The. you did right, But be wss unwil- Lnimahi .particularly of the human species, j that the French Government dispatched ling to have this great qoestkm contaminated by a connection wilh puiy conflicts. I Having made this introduction. Gen. S. mw ceeded u; discuss the importance of the work : prnposed, by way of answering ccrtaaa objections! n-hich weie con'iined m a letter from tlie wet, s a Ub U Lril ti Lrfi Tie a!yti !. a. .a. ....i. !tJ.ntA.JMiaVaaMaaMf. HtbaMlUaij, Xrt. Tfeat aft data " bwU tb Caad, iuswgaare l&at it, c&artie T . sashasi. TV mmh la H ! rte iarttt8slct3s!st. KeaWaxiIrLattMri imw ajam naat aa a coaat: aa4 tbat tf-cga tW U to !. ,rt Nar&lWiaamaacUtaUiUtUtW. ' Tto awrfiaa aa lUa uUa aa the thi.4 raaa. ej Um ii aauK ag 3,t00 trt to i . - . . I , .a,wtnvnVMn.a. ard hy the foMirai aKuriom to the part alkh be! oaa lakra ia Ibe peee of tbe UU cbartetuig 'ihi. Road. H y not dtama an; roore ewdrt f . .' tba S3 g!Unt CaraiinUM aha atuod L Lia .U. II. ..!. 1..1 1,.- u .u. . r " l.," - to wUI ha. drtMwa wU be. (II- d kd a.longW prmt hu derUaua aas assa awr,a tndMku ius fee in . - -y. c-.-,, j - aae ea ia u argau.. again tbe coo- " " bia runtiiiurnta wrfa o'pard to it,aiul br Ulter- ed Hi tlie dortrina of instruction. Cat ortu- pjing aa hr did the poMlioa of rirakrr, he art ed as 1. thought right, .d aa be brfieved hU cowitueoi. ought lo set. snd woi.U have acted, tf they could have btee there in a ma. No De. rnocrat, no R pibliran, can censure tun consi tently wilh bis piiiii-ij.les. But this was ae party question, and be would oppose that man and that party that would attempt to pollute it bv dragging it into such diWoi,e. It ass a great queriioa of liberty snd rege,ie,i0 for Noilh C.rolina. II. could drmaa-m... but be would not ihea contrtbetintodoit,th.tforthej3,000.000; to be psid b, tl-sLte.f 8.01.0,000 will be return. ed into the treasury by Ihe increased value of lands, dtc lis bad thrown bis banner to tbe breeae, and there It ahould Boat while bia arm bad power to bear It aloft. Tha Convention then adjourned tint die. Tbe plan adopted by the convention to com plete tbe sulwcriprfona to the stork, we trust will be immediately tarticd out; and before the close af Decvailirt we hope to be able to announce to our readers that lbs stock has been taken snd Ihe charter secured. Daguerreotype Likenesses. We would call attention to the dvertiement of Dr. Wilds and Daughter, Dsgucrreotvpista. They come here with letters of high commendation. that be has no equal in this stale as a Daguerre otypist, and but lew in the United States." j an , f There n not, we venture to say. rnan in the United Stales, o right mind, and a temper fined for the present improved i state iTrivilitation among us, alio does' " - -"- .ii.i.j, u,n... kC ui Liverpool, tor American tiescnp I "v grswiui j-o.u.un, nm u.j .inic- tP1-, ( . . t ,. Nlnt i,A,-r. t ui,u au- dateofOiford,Novemlier24,l849,aaya"The,,jom,(0n,iie pretrous to the sttomcr'a lm"'," . , , , , Jnualiv eriali, aad Ihousai. wc-u -nwla to Doctor has tnt several aeeks in our village, ! aailiii". .. - .7 ' 1pc,. .,0!"" , " V,' ' f'1 l'" ""'lp'"mn' - The pro- . ' i Mu.. Hoaerton a Hotel, where they will he pleas- ;i,rk-;oraiif M'I.iiim- l.ivrr i (,.il.i.iii,i,i il.i and ha. given entire satiafaCon , to . .U who bav. Russia ftnd Hungary.-Fuad EITendl ed oe.hi.ii. semens of their w4aaas!p, j Z tC Hi Z Ay MuZ patronised him. lou will see by hia specmicne. ,as j,,,,, mionneij l,v fount Ncssel- The quality and variety of theii large assort- , is ten I I'd, and ha never luilcit of rucreaa wIhti . .... . . .i ..... . noi in ins iiean romiemn ine coarse aim m:ty be permitted so to ilo. The L.;ir random nssatil.s of the Unim" on Co- ,i)Ke Im otive of their departure, lonel Bliss utterly false ami without . notwithsiauding the dauber that may at fottndation, and for which no other con-ion, ihem, whether in France r England, ceivable reason can be truly alleged than The decisive attitude assumed l.v I'.no-. his being the Soii-iii-Imw of the gallant General by whose side he stood through- j out Um whole or the late war. 1 he Kith-j mond Republican of Saturday, refening to this subject, but expicsscs die univci sal sentiinetii in thus introducing a very the hleL "Among the young officers whom the Mexican war brought into a conspicuous ! nnciiiim nii. Iiaa sifiml mnrr (".ivninlilv in ' .. . . . ... .... the : jc0(,ra8e jlC ,as exhibited on the field, the superior scholarship by which he would te (iistiiigiiisiieu even among icatneu ctvi- jans, and the genuine modesty of his char-j acter, have achieved lor him the most ! llvarviirrlt 1iaa. aainrlil trfl.nin tan aatlaarnV . . f . ,., Co- m. , . . , e a , m (he jguffragPg f (,e whole American people wouj j have faKen without a r-ini'le dis senting voice." Hon. Mr. Clingman, of North Caroli na, has wriiten a letter to the Board of i.ensus. sturtresiiiiB some inquiries ro ne '- t mtrodaccd tnto the forms to ascertain the j k.. ...,. .i ..nn..l..n r l',"1," ,,,l7Mcca an,B gciic,'i,,j ......... .-.t - - i the mixed or nirr atto race. I he ohteeli , als0 their prolificacy. The intimation itiat the Africans may ditler tit species from the t'aitrasianfor whilelrace. has also been set down as a modern theory which j has PO lotin'atl'in in laci. He rjuotcs ll'.C follo in; : ' A aiitrr aa t! B .tan Jra! Jogr- awl, eivtra Ik fuStfaicf iari, l:irti fat aye b beta Cwllrrirj Iran authentic UUlr: I. Tiu the lucif rtiijr f i!L far Af.i. raa is emier tL thai of U.e u.LtitaB of any ni!t poriioo of lb Gbd. 1, That ancbieore. a. r. iImm Lara au rare. 3- That euuhtioea are M rare luLlr to fa Bai! e.V l e at j-fi te, Un the !L1imm LUu'l!.!. itM. ! freaa 1 9 to 50. fifir la oiM.and frt.m 55 to 0. one hiiDtjitd lo one 4. Tbat the mortiliir of ilae frve penpla t.(elnt m I'anrd .Sulfa wre titan uttm liuadred percent, (renter iUjb tltal of s!ae. 8. "rai thnae of umnitrj African ei Irartinn in the fire fiiatn. ire i4 iimra I liable lo airLneas ir prrw iture death llita I we at ruiea n intir mm ami runuituaii in wawad aboes pvr annum, smbtlia , r m waaaeHoseiie n-anui jcuim s me 4m,, rti,',e null lo the amount of J 'SBrBcj niaa f )f ft i , T ivvv.uvv. I .4 1 j JIU UUIII laUIUJH. tZTVKr or T1E CALEIK)M.VS .NEWS. We si.e Wow the Ttlrfr,rb.e report , r Ibe lorvmu new bwght hv the t:ale- j,, Ua. ju m ,lf .n-enuciH-e. it w ill tH peiceied. is t:ie rert plow ni Mr. icnta liy ihe Prriilrnt al France j Great Britain. Sir Henry UuUer, Cnvov from Ctreat HriUui to llit (.'lined ' vw ,ia,l M fr mt,uXU i ,he 1 Hecate shrop or war f.r New Y..k. It j is said thai bis fiil business, on srrii ing ' lierf. will be to knoa- a hat encolin.go j mrnt, if sny, the Foiled Slates have givin 'O the attempted withdrawal of Canada i from the Hrilisli ride. It is understood .' he l.-s full powers lo resist, em tfft j 1 V" "' ' ! J1'" m "n.,WH n TlT .ff'n .''"! .il !' m l.nap fltr lti Tn.-nt'. .tliifi-la . n u-lt Uonttnt I. !, ..t ,' nJ.n,n . ' , lationf It is alo understood (says our despatch) that tbe Uritisb (internment has intimated to the Governor of Canada that nocortrtve I i i measures a ill bo adopted to preieut an niCHsurrs am uo nuiinrti m iiri-iriii nil anneiaiioti U tlie L'niicd Siaien, if the po- pular will be decidedly expressed in lavor ofthatnieaci.re. Doubifiil. The DritUh I'ailian.uil is rtorogued until the I0.lt January neat. The Queen has issued a proclamation ' for a day ol grneral thanksgiving, on the j ISth December, on acroum of the abate-1 , ., - - i i il mentof the cholcia m Li.gland and Ire- laiiu. The comuierrial uewt shows an un- provemciil of d. to in the cotton mar - rode that the Czai demands that the a a I ta a a " e V? ? . " ' . ' , the interior of I artdta. or on such other point of the Turkish territory as may af- lord tbe great facilities for keeping tliPtii iiunganan reiugt snail tie incateti in umrr stirveillam-e. If anv of the reftrree to g0 i l'nwt or England, they am 0n the Turkish question lias annoyed ()e Emperor verv much, lie ha caiiftcd Count Kcsselrodo to address an energetic noIe ,0 ,,e rjnglttih Govcinmenl oil tlie subject. In this note tire Emperor pro. tests ocainsf this hostile demonstration in ihe midst of peace, Mid against the right of' England to interfere in a matter which re gards only Russia and thc Sublime Porte. As to tbe dimVuliics winch this affair may oive risH In. tin? internrel:ili n of lite irexti- between those two Powers bekmss fsav's the imte) lo them alone, and England ought t.i remain completely unconnected wuii n Private letters from Constwrinople of the 2Gih Url .ber annonrtce Use arrival of are nearly to thc same elTect; hut, thnunh tlrere was no evident desire that France 1 and Ettgbintl should act in coin crt, it was not certain tint a ilelensive alliance would DC formed with t'ie Sultan in ense if war. It was understood, however, tint France wofild sepporl Turkey as long as she act ed wilh pritdenci. No communication had been received i r. i - i from the Emperor of uss,a relative to ilia rvnlv fllli I nrtp. Il uniilil Iib iiiinric. sime lor mm io commence iiosniiucs a courier from Pans on the 15th ultimo to St. Petersburg!!, to explain lothe Czar 'that the sailing of the Frcnrh and English fleets towards the Dardanelles was a mis- i understanding. j France, Mr. Rut'?, the Muiisicr I tn:inilal ImAtit ll.a fawaak rtv.i.la ..I a a.!.. a I at... 1 .t.fH.,..t .1.. aft, ...ft. . rss ffe4 r Tki.f-!r aa il P.c?- Traiie I.aa le. a..at ,1, rd riff eirfi2a!aarrs aLar-ii wn'-J u fie c "J"K aiarMrirf of rtaal ftra.r-inee the fall r Lomt Pl.tfrar-. h aerrr resse.!; sad4 ia awli a en-ia aa i ae lesa apparent thaa befwra. J 1 tynna uujwii. tk ui: lru( OnWra hat bera forwarded br llie'eiatkaiariNHtBrM. o t aa iaauunida ia Frrorh Gfeiaiaeul fur a f train frieate It proeed o rrticLtobe n!trrdtlhe I'ope's j- .a a - a a Jt? T "P"r d''llk', rf,Urn iromediatelrto Uorae. Epaia. Tbe Cortraaraa oprned on iba SOili atiiino If iha reading of Uia rojral drrrre derlaripf the e-ion opea. SeM.M.ra3a.. e!rrted.br a hrra fnajonir. I'roWMt pre.iJei.1 of ll.a I lumber of Deputies. M. Moa had de- r'iiml the notniuatioa. IlBmnra were atiil rife at Mulii.l. oa t!ieIlinMant.r.farh3nf.intieMinitr3r; Z ' " ' ' " ' ,eronike the .Veiiran Kerubhe. HARRIED. j . , , ..... ' " ... r . ThuraU etroine the Mib tilt, U t!.. Kre. WillUm M.Urevn.D. D, Dr. Ja.a toMaaCaTBaaisV.aasaabio lLi.eWaJacn.aHtfthUtawa. ta HilltborouKh. on Iburaday the 39th inst by the Re. A. D. UUrlaood. Mr. limits Kins to Miss Maat Minua. of Granville coun- y- Its f liia til as. ia ansa Tnaaaa.liaw arsaivia lawal lair ftlsot . ..... ' " "l'"'' U' Mr' ' " C"T" W, Tari.-. J"P- ,w of th MiJ-iuhn T,J In this place on Tuesday eeniiii last, by llw Rev. Mr. II iocs, J tats . Aais, ej. of Gian- villr county, to Miss Mtet Nsb Sterr, daugb- ler uf the lute Mn Rcott, esq. J , Grit nmt Wrd.sday U.e 3Rlh of Noven.Wr, by Uu.Rev. Edward Hawa. B- " ..NeIrrkartW Superior Coun. lo Mi Psraoasua C. Uairria. OJ Tlie (Standard is requested to copy. Oliiluary. Died, at his leaitlenos on Flat River, in this County, Mi. Anas Paaaisa. aseu stout 90 ' ,e'!' .... ' M' m ,hw roun' " T ; timo. Mr. D1v..l'aaa,.g Tuesduy the 57 lb ub ged about 83 rrara. a .... a. i 1 '. -.-i. SPIXNDID SKY-LIGHT 1U. lVILIi: & Il ii GUT! 11 re- i aprcuuiiy rail lua aiu-uuuii ui iimiioi! iiaui i iiaiALBh.Bd vieini.v to their new .ad i.a. a-r . il .1 : r.l I I ... 1 -i-l t L t- ft... 1.M l-lll. ! UALYANls.M. &t- whirh, for ileinh of tone, pioveu wyie oi kinb.uooi.o pjr t-i-.v iwi- ! aofineiis of light and shade, dilicary ill coloring, mcin ot Morrorcn vases, rramea, c are une- quailed in the state, and oiler an uuutuuHi fa tavwife opportunity to persons wi.l.ing iricrana jce up than in the ordinaiy style. x5 Dark, faded, or otherwise imperfect pic ' Hires (of other operators) taken aver by us, and .... . n . put in the same cam, at small cost. . . . ' . ...... HJK BALE, at less than nrteo tni. or, J l:...n ..l-llll-Dl I a new inn siijK-nor onuiiig uui i,n,iibnn, miso size, with extra lilate frames, either with or with-! out iustruftinn, and warranted complete. Deeemlier 7. 10 Boots and Shoes. 'l' offer to the Trade a large and complete stoi-k of goods, embracing every variety of Boots, isliocs, and Uiocans. We will eoumcrale a few of die leading arti cles! t5cnaes of thick Brogant 8 to 13 & 9 to 14 sizes. do do do 8 to 13 uo do de do 6 to 13 do do do do 0 to 1 1 ) do Dutch do 6 to 13 A 8 to 13 do I " 35 5 12 do Kip Peg'd do S7 do do do do 5 do do Hewed do 8 In 13 & 8 to 13 do 6 to 11 do 6 to 1 1 do CtolO do I to 5 and 3 to 6 do tol3 do 1 to 6 do 9 to 13 do 6 to 13 do j 5 do Calf 1'eg'd do 13 do boy thick do 7 do youth's do do 10 do boy's hlip p'g do j 10 do youth's do do do 7 io ciuw s ursm oo 10 do men's Kip u'e Boots 6 to 1 1 do h do da Calf do do CtolO do 10 do do thick water Boots, to 10, 8 to 12, and 9 to 13 swes, 45 no women's peg'd heel Bootees, 3 to 7, 4 to 7, ami 5 to 9 sices. 6 do women's peg'd spring heel Boots, 3 to 7, and 4 to 9 size. 10 de women's peg'd Uukins, 3 to 7, and 4 to 9 sir.es. 5 tio do do heel and strap Writs, 3 to 7, and 4 to 9 sizes. Five bales No. 1 brown Shoe Thread, liesides wvery :osaihle variety of goods which cannot lie enumerated in a siaijle advertisement. These .good arc all fresh, and will he sold at reasonable prices. We invite tbe trade to an examination of these goods. DRUM MOND & WYCHE, Sycamore sL, Petersburg, Va. December 3. 10 4 w Notice. HAVING taken out Letters of Administration, at November term of Orange County Court, on the estate of Elizabeth Allison, deceased, I will offer for aale, on the 36th day of December, at my residence eight miles north-west NINE NEGROES, of different ages, consisting of two good cook We meti, four children, and three goal Ploughhovs; also all her HOUSEHOLD aad ICITCI1EN Fl'RNITLRE. Nine months credit, and bond wilh approved security required. CALEB WILSON. AJm'r. Newiaber SS. 09 3w C ddwell Institute I BE ' " TL . .... . . . )am I jr i , . - - - . l'J - - r ' ' f tcatd aj i jj, i amm twl erni..xj. t)w Jnu Urai,t,j.ei!., ih, awaT tllSWT CaJJIaV. - H JJ ta tV swab of t!,, aW.aa .. fr ttmi. Mpmnt. aJ la .in and Ji-;utim M UUUfaus aa ia as vi,M!t U w ii mu-. 1 Wia a ktenm J r, n. - uvrr iLr towa. uJlTf 'T4?' .ur,l J,p.,t!1-. fi , w l,, ia Enju-i aV-iMiiaM-ai. jia? 1 r.ui. ieaacaraw. KtwJruu ti-lymn ijuMM i"4 to ptoJure tcUuwuub uf cjuJ rw, ...,-.. e . at J a . a y jr ay -uMrr, Young Ladies' Semin trv IAIKFICI.D.OKA.(;E.X.e. 'IHE MrrrwMof thi inttlu'K will he r -unK-U a the 1 dy af Januarr ir..t.m.t unJrr the KiKiti'ioii of iha aulri:tirr. aitki! I ca...,ir0..,Kl,Krir11l.k...,i.. The-uu.'. nurinwr. 1'he l-lan uf instrucli.41 la thorough ai.d ' eriieiit, sfrer tmU U unh.hed ly the brsi m. liinuiia. a or aruia-i ia 10 iuna rrry crsile, who are tliatribu.nl into three depart nieuta, and gratluatrd according to prufictrnry af ter ihormipb eiaininalitm. Itmrd per term of fie months, 55 to f 30. TriTius Knuti.li i.iaiM'tira, $ to l.tO I.ui4ii;' 6 .00 0.1)0 3.00 15.00 3,00 00 Circulars " Urnwiiis anJ i'aintin;, K.iiilu-MiUry Muic, " I 'se of iiistrumrnt, Contiiiireiirea. Tuilim mvt br paid in aittxtnrt. giving pailiVulara ninv he had bv atltlre.ing VV M. A. XEItlX.piiucimd. Green Spring P. 0 Dec. 1. 10 3 w CTjf The N. I', lleinorrat. Milton ChronH-h, Grrenajiorouah Patriot, ISah-igh Itepiater, and Siaml' ', aitlenpy tliree wvrka and huaard ae rnunls I the Priuripat. lirORMS! WORMS! Vaiimis tW.i.-a " have lieen started relative to lite origin of Jitealiual norma, and yet ihr queatinii is a v-i. ed one among mediral aullioriiK-s. Of one faet. however, all are informed, and in which all agree the fatal nature of the influence they exert i.n children. A lliia season rif tlie vear is one at aliirh the attacks of worms are most fiequent as well as mn.st dangerous, we take girat li aiire in directing tlie slleiitioit of parents to the Ver mifuge of Dr. M'l.aiic. It is one of the iikkJ exiiaurdiiiary medicines rvir introduced to tlie public, and has never failed of success v ttiinL lKNGEMENT OF TI'R UVER. is " one of the ninat romiiif rv, us aeD as the 111 at ! mi idahle diaesKrs kv..i-.vu to American pl.vM.- ii . It has in no (..-. t iiird In attract 1'iei: iittention from 0 I'm iii'v in nil uuar- . r,:r .. j i.a. i.,. .,;..., :, gvn , ...i,, ' t ,eXa j j ' j(1 M" FOR SAW V bone A Webb, IIi!Mirniii!b; 1). Hi-srtt. do: ones Wstson eV Co.. t'lui-l Dili: A. Mimring, i.b..inA..:n... ii..-ii- t. ii ii.. tt i. . . ... . - , ,-iwiniK-iin-, iiimr ,v iiiiiiiii', iiiiiiii ume. . .. . , . . ..." .. . tiraime Contilv: Alunr. tV intJt Ml .1 !. ,7 , , ,. - SOU 1 OIIIIIV. IVIioarv 7 ' - ' 67 MMlli VI III il.' AM now rerriving and opening my FALL and WINTER anaorlnieiil of MiYUOOBS AND which has been selected w ilii great rare from Bul- ! tiuiore, Philadelphia & !Ww Ymk; und ss I am msposcii to work iorm,ill pr.iliis, limn- II. at are wanting such articles will nc I. me and money by ratling and examining my ussnrtmeul betuie purchasing elsew here. WM ni:i,son N. B. As I am compelled to rely mi my collec tions lo continue my l.uineM, those ho sre in debted to me by note or account are earnestly re quested to cull and make immediate pavmenl, as it is much pb-asBiitcr to receive the uimiuiit from my friends than to resort to the law to mke col lection. W. N. Oct. 30. 06 Notice. PROPERTY FOR SALE. 1 1 AVINf! sold the planlntion on which I now " reside, I willeMiHe to public Kile, on Tues day llth December next, on a credit "of nine months, 1lie folloning property, to wit : several fine Horses; a large stock of Cuttle, including smne fine Milch Cows; a large stock of Hngn, 30 head of Sheep, a set of Pinilh's Tools nearly new, 350 barrels of Cum, a-cropof Oats, Fodder, Hiiy.Ac. Plantation Toots, I louM-hold and Kitch en Furniture, and many olhet articles loo tedious lo mention. Uond with approed security re quired. ffj All persons having c!aiaK?nnttheBiib scrilier will present them lor paxmcnt, and all indebted by open account will please cjosc them. LEMUEL IL MKBANE. Novemher 14, 1819. 7 4t Notice. THE subscrilier having taken oiitlencrs of Ad ministration on the estate of MARY ANN FREEI.AND, deceased, at November term of Oraiifre County Court, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims against the estate to pre sent them, duly authenticated, within the time li mited by law fart list purpose, otherwise this no tice will be plead in bar of recovery. Debtors to the said estate will also please to make imme diate payment. .1 IIOS. J. FREE LAND, Adm'r. .Nov. 28 IS49. CiO 3r BLANKS for Sale at this Otlice.