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IMPORTANT FROM EUROPE. By the packet ship Poland, Capt. An thony, we have received Paris and Havre papers both to Saturday evening Nov 21st, containing London dates to the evening of the 19th. Mr. Barton had not yet left Paris, though it is announced in the Havre Journal of the 2 1st, that he had taken his passage on board the packet ship Albany, which was to sail on the 1st of December. Our relations with France occupy a lare soace in the papers before us, from which we have taicen as uoerai quotations as our time would permit. A French fleet under Admiral Mackaw, was said to be preparing for a visit to this quarter of the world, to look after the m terestsof the French commerce. A sudden change has come over the prospects ot Europe, cm account of some demonstrations made by the Emperor of Russia, -particularly a savage speech which he put forth at Warsaw. Both the French and English papers are filled with indig nation at the tone assumed by the Czar, and a war between Russia and France is represented to be by no means improbable. It is a topic even more fiuitful of discus sion in the French and English papers, than the American question. The meeting of the French Chambers is postponed from the 28th December to the 12lh of January. The funeral of Admiral De Rignywas - celebrated on the 1 ith, with great pomp. The. Spanish Cortes have assembled, and their session was opened by a satis factory speech from tha Q,ueen. There have been no important move merits in the North of Spain, though in f enoral the cause of Don Carlosappsars to e declining. Report said that Russia and its associate powers were preparing to assist him. EBjjj BTASTDARPp RALEIGH: THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1836. THE PEOPLE against THE BANK. Tlartin Van Bmcn, for President, liicb d Uff. Johnson, for Vice President. Gali'2'nani's Messenger of the 16th says: " We have been led into error m announ cing the departure of Mr. Barton, the Ame rican Charge d' Affaires. He is still in Pari He has, however, for some time, quitted the Hatel of the American Lega tion, and no longer transacts business in sn ofScial capacity. Mr. Brent, the Con Bui of the United States, now signs pass ports, and performs the routine business." Ntw York, Dec 27. Letters from France, by the Silvio de Grasse, eta'e tan Mr. Barton, had re ceived his passports, but could not leave France till the loth and nrobab'v net till the 24th November. There letters also state that the French Government had or dered a statement to be rnsde out and far nished to them of the annuo! amount of the trade and commerce between France and the United States. Havre, Nov. 7, 1335. We have has! a fair inquiry for Cotton since my last respects of 3 is ultimo. Hol ders, however, flavins evaaced considera te de6ie to s-II, the prices have been gradually declini g chiefly for the low and ordinary quali ies of whrch large lots have been given at 133 to 11 If. prr 50ko. The sales of the week have amounted to 5203 bales with no arriva's, our stock is reduced to 2780 bales. VO. TSE STANDARD. Tk'Wa, December Qih, 1635. Ma.EoiTon : The lst " three days" with a, have been eventful in the extreme ; and. in my opinion, have a sprung: ami determined tendency to draw the lines of party, and to establish, be yond doubt, the success at Mr. Van Buret in this State. The Union Democratic Convention of this Stave, ba? j jst terminated its proceedings ; nnd allow me, la the ipirit of candor, to say to you. that I have aever witnessed, on any similar inva sion, so much patriotism, or so great a desire for the advancement of republics :i principles. The Conveu'.ion h'ire'nofsiria-ed Martin Van Buren for President (' the United Slates, aad seifted an electoral ticket, pledged to His sup port. No uominauati tor Yice President was me into, but the electors have oceti instructed 7 a resolution, to v-te tsr tne s;range-t demo cratic cand.dale, befsre the American people, at the time thev will be caliea oa to cast their votes. Previous to the adjournment of the Conven tion, sine die, Judge 5uh, tormerly of South Catolina (and who presided over iis delibera tions) delivered a roost able and eloquent ad dress, .-.citing forth the principles of the republi can party, and plating in their true light those of the oj.jpvstitoa. In this exposition he was pe culiarly happy, and by his forcib'e illustrations produced a most powerful impression Qpon the minds of his audrenee. Ob this day, the House of Representatives of the Legislature of Alabama Have, by a vote of 48 to 3(5. " rescinded and made null and void," the nomination ot the last General Assembly of the State , proposing the Hon. Hagh L. White as a suitable candidate lor the Presidency. When the final vote was about to be taken on the proposition to rescind, thenulbfiers endeavor ed By -every means ts dispose of the question. Calis of ihe House were made, motions to ad journ were proposed, solicitations advanced to the Hon. mot.'er of the Resolution, to contri bute to the harmony of the body, by letting lheoi lie on the table ; bat ail wouid not do, the mover and majority remained firm and iniexible. The question was put, and upon the result being an nounced, one simultaneous shout was raised from the four corners of the Capitol. Thus has departed the glory of the nulliaers ; who, since the adjournment of the last Legisla ture, have been laboring assiduously to divide and conquer." Depend on it, that the spirit of liberty is abroad in the btate, and that the revolu tion ol public sentiment, now m progress, will be overwhelming. Yours respectfully, JOHN P. DEJARNETTE. Hail Road to tlie Roanoke. On Saturday last, d inst. a meeting of our citizens, was held at the Court House iu this city, to devise measures fur constructing a rail nay hence to, the Roanoke river, there to form a junc tion with one, now nearly completed, leading thence to Petersburg. On motion of Mr. Thomas P. Devereux, Mr. Weston 11- Gales, the Intendant, took ihe Chair; and Mr. Charles Manly was requested to act as Secretary. . Judge. Cameron then addressed the meeting at some length. Re spoke in animated terms ot the great advantages, not only to Raleigh. io Wake county, and the district of country bordering on the route, but to the whole State, which would inevitably flow from the completion of a Rail Road communication, which should connect the Metropolis of our State with that great chain of Rail Ways, that are now in course of rapid com pletion, between the Northern .markets and the Southern States. He had a decided preference for the route, hence to Gaston, (formerly Wilkins' Ferry ;) and went on to show, that that route, for divars reasons, held out much greater induce ments for our adoption, than the one which is to terminate at Weldon. But the main argurrent in favour of the Gaston termination, was, that the citizens of Petersburg, and indeed thoe on the whole line of rail-way through Virginia to Washington City, felt s deep interest in it, and were disposed to subscribe liberally for its stock. Mr. Devereux alto addressed the meeting in lavour of the Gaston termination. He said the Weldon route was intended to meet the views, and favour the enterprize, ot the citizens of Nor folk, and be connected with their rail road. Mr. D did not think this plan would mectthe expecta tions of our citizens, or satisfy the wants of our community. For a portion of the year, at least, the rotate by Norfolk would be blocked up by ioe, and the transit of goods and pasngers appended, while by the Pete sburg route, there would be no obstructions, at any season, to freight or passengers. Mr. Richard Smith spoke in favor of the Wel don termination. He said the most direct, and most expeditious route by which we could eel all our supplies from the North, was by Norfolk, from whence they could be brougltt direct to Weldon on the rail road: While by the other route, the vessels are obliged topauiy Norfolk, and ascend asmall and shallow river, with much trouble and consumption of time, before they can be tran shipped to the rail road cars at Petersburg, about the same distance from the Roanoke as at Nor folk. But in order to s?ttle the question. Mr. Smith said he was willing to. come to a com promise; and offered a resolution to that effect, proposing that our citizens' should subscribe the nambT r -ha ro ibey intended, each lor the route he might prefer; when the list of subscrip tions toward that route having the Frostiest amount, should be united to that having the lar gest, and the latter be acquiesced in as the adopt ed route. The quest-on being finally taken on Mr. Smith's resolution, it was not adopted. On motion of Mr. Devereux,an informal sub scription was then opened, in order to ascertain the amount that could be obtained from our citizens; and during the day, more than fldO,- : 00(1 were pledged- Whereupon, Ch'sF. Osborne, E-q. President of the Petersburg Rail Road Com pany, who was present at the meeting, and im parted to it snne useful information in relation to oilier rail road, immediately subscribed for $150,000 on behalf of the citizens of Peters burg, which he had been authorizeo by them to do, as suon as that amount should he'e oeen ta kes by the citizens on this end of th? route. Th-as has upwards of t300,000 of He stock been taken in one day t which, r.coording to the terms of the charter, vi enable the company immediately to go into opeistion; ana from the enthusiasm and determined spirit manifested by our men of capital in behalf of this important enterprise, so animating to the hopes of our citi zens, and holding out such encouraging prospects for our City and State, there can no longer be any doubt sue that the work ftnll be commen ced, o soon as the necessary surveys are made, and be prosecuted to a speedy completion. In deed, it is thought by many, (and we perceive so confidently staled by the Editor of the Petersburg Constellation) that thirty miles of the route may he finished during the ensuing seas u. We may now be permitted to congratulate the citizens of Raleigh, of the counties bordering on the route hence to the Roanoke, and indeed of the whole State on the certainty of speedily par ticipating in the immense benrfits which must in evitably flow from a rapid and easy communi cation with l he. market towns ot the pea-board, and ith the ereat commercial Emporiums ofl th North. It may be recollected by the atten tive readers of our paper, that we were among the first to urgejupon our citizens, during the last year, net only the propriety but actual necessity, of their makinza united effort.to commence,. and vigorously to prosecute, a rail-road communica tion wits the Kosnoke. to unite with similar works which may have reached that point from the commercial marts with which our inter course is of necessity so frequent. It is now needless for us to say, that our highest hopes have been more than realized by the animated events of the last few days. The ardour man ifested by our safest capitalists, and the de termined spirit they have evinced to put forth their energies and their means for the immediate accomplishment of the great enterprize in wh'ch our whole community are so eager to embark, is a safe guatanty that the work tvill be effected that ise.fondest hopes of our citizens mu:t becon summnted and that new l.fe, and a renovated prosperity, will be diffused among all classes of our people in this section of the State. By an advettisement in another column of to- FfcOAl WASHING TOST. we take the liberty to make such extract Irctn lettets casually received from friends in Washington Ciiy, as we think may be entertain ing or instructive to our readers. r A North Carolinian writes us, under date of 24ih ult. That Congress has been for a lew days engaged in a useless debate on the Aboli tion question : And from the course which this debate has taken, the South will be able to see who are the true friends of" Southern interests: while the real friends of the South go for tli spo iling of ihe petitions for the abolition of Slavery in the District of Cohtmbia in silence, and are for nailing them, like basecoin, to the countet, the latitudinarian whigs, and at rait waistcoat ed nullifiers, contend for debating and agitating the question, which cannot be even argued without jeopardizing the Union. If the opposition -fail to create an excitement on this question, they know they are gone; and they have failed. Al though the extremes met the cold calt alaiing east, and the hot and aspiring south, uniting in their fanatical phrenzy, yet it has availed them nothing ; they have been met by the united De mocracy, and voted down: Hereafter, when, ever the question is again presented in the way of petition, it will be laid upon the table, there to sleep the sleep of death. ,v M On this evening, the President gives what is rather w& usual, an Evening Party to his friends. This to my tas-.e, is far preferable to the starch'd Dinner Part, or the mobecra tic squeeze of a levee." -f V ,3s' - S From another letter, under date bf ltb nit. we extract the following paragraphs : "You need not expect much Congressional news until after the Christmas Holidays. In Ihe mean time, the Members attend during the day to the busi ness of their constituents at the public office's, and in the evenings to the convivialities and gaieties of this fashionable Metropolis. .Last evening, the first act opened of the long and continued comedy to be performed during the winter, in which grave Senator?, gay Represen tatives, fashionable strangers, and whiskered for eigners, will be the conspicuous actors. Gov. Woodbort, the Secretary of the Treasury, opened his hospitable Mansion is hit friends and an agreeable, andeven splendid affair it was. Indeed, as Turn O'Shanter would say, it was ah " unco sight." Here was the gay dashing Belle, attracting all eyes and subduing all hearts, reigning in her full glory; here the blushing maiden of " sweet sixteen," made her first appearance in the!m monde: Grave Sen ators were here; in a nook you might see, se parated from the rest, wise Statesmen, whose anxious looks, fixed and earnest conversation. showed they were delisting affairs of grave im port t The Foreign Legations were here too, with their embroidered coats, varies vovs, and bows ; and 1 could not hut feel proud as an Ame rican, when, glittering in their stars and badges, they approached our fair Hostess, that to splen did a specimen of American beauty, amiability and politeness should all be united in the same nerson, to welcome and receive them in this land pf Republicanism. And ihe Little Magician," too, was there entertaining all who conversed with him, with the wand of his talents, and his "perennial smile." And "Old Tecumseh" limp'd thronirh" the crowd, with his scars of honor, gained in battling for our liberty, com manding universal regard for his exalted ervi ces, and winning all hearts by the suavity of his manners " Indeed, all were happy and gratified; and will long retain pleasing remimseencea ol (lov ernor Woodbust's party." From the letter of an esteemed friend, under date of " Washington, 29th Dec." we take the liberty to make the following extracts : " I wn much frrattied to learn, llret utr friends in the Legislature had moved in so deci ded and vigorous a manner in regard to the Pre sidential question. 1 have scarcely at any time doubted, that our State Would be found taking her stand in support of the Republican Nomina tion. She has maintained her position m manner which reflects the highest credit on her citizens assailed as the has been by all the ar tificet which modern nhiggery so well under stands the use of. " If I am not mistaken, the miserable attempt to agitate lhe7as question, by a few ultra whigs of the North, and disorganizing Nullifiers of the South, finott obvtout'y for pvhtical eject) wtl recoil on its authors, and produce through the South bnt one general sentiment of indignation against the reckless politicians, who so far forget ihem.-elves as Americans, as to resort to such dan iretout and desperate means. I think the Pas in the South, should mete out to these Politicml Fanatics the unsparing censure they deserve for, while they nrofest themselves the zealous advocates of the South, by their mad infatuation in striving to get up a discussion on the subject in Congr ess, they are in effect the wor3t enemies of the Slave holders. Nothing, in my" opinion, could be more unwise and more injuriout to the best interest of the South, than to have this sub ject sgitated and discussed in Congress, espe cially when the Northern Members are, wrth but few exceptiont, most anxious to give tranquility ESDI AN If AR. I ftfuntser fsr Tbtr'ula i n I rss4 am ff .;n u i ,:t ; Atlfev t,.., .-a . . l. m'm'SSszs yiae ior a norduig relief to the citizens of columtt, from the Charleston Courier, that the Seminole Indians have made war unon the whites of Florida; and that the in habitants of a large portion of ihe ferrtteTy are placed in a most distressing situation, on account of the incursions of the In dians, who are murdering, burning and destroying, every thing that comes in their way; and, if not checked m their course will render nearly desolate that portion of Florida, over which they now have un united sway. Gen. Clinch, who commands the U. S. troops in Florida, has about 300 regulars under his command, but from the recent misfortune sustaiued, in having his bag gage and provisions captured by the In dians, he is placed in a very precarious situation : and the iorce ol the Indians is computed to be 1500 warriors, nn-dabody ot about 600 persons, composed of despe radoes and runaways. Gov. Eaton and his family, arrived at Mobile, 17th uk, rom New-Orleans, on his way to Florida, Vom which he had been some time absent. SUPREME COURT. This highest Judicatory ofoui State, commenced ts winter term in this sity, on Monday the 28ih ult. all the Memhers of lb Court being present, via: Chief Justice Ruffim, and Judges DAHizrand Gaston. The following gentlemen have been admitted to practise law, vi ; Jn the Covntp Court: Harrison W. Covington, of Richmond eounty. In the Sttrertor Court: James Allen, of Bertie; John M. Cloud, of Surry. Tueidoff, Dec. 2y,McGehee . Kyle tt al. Submitted by Badger for plaintiff, Devereux & Graham for defendants. Hicks. Hicks tt al. On motion of Graham, set. fa. ordered. Wednesday, Dec. 30. Shaw s. Stewart et al. Argued byXxraham, for defendants.'. Jfusrsday, Vcc. dl Freeman et al. s. Hill et ah Argued by Haywood for plaintiff, and Bad ger cc Devereux for defendants. Freeman ex al. w. Fcrson tt al. Submitted bv Ltaywooa: tor ptaintiO, and isadger and Devereux tor nefendams Symington . McLin. Argued by Badger for plaintiff. - j Frtday, Jan. 1. Askew v. Reynolds. Areued by Iredell for plainMi, and Banger for defendant Jrhy et al. . Wilson et al. On motion f Gra ham, remanded, with leave to plaintiff to make other parries. Saturday, Jan. 2. Jones s. Young. Argued ny uranarn lor piainti, and Wah for defendant DC? We take the following from the Nation al Intelligencer of the 29th ult. r North Carolina. The Legislature of this State tnjournea on wie na instant. The reso lutions respecting the Public Domain, which were passed by one Branch (approving sf Mr. Clay's plan of disposing of the proceeds of the Public Lands) were lost in the other branch of the Legislature by the forre of party drill and tuhaervirnay." The " Register" of this city, in copying the fore going, (which it takes care to garble, to suit its parly's view) makes no doubt an unintentional admission, that the above article it literally true, nnd shameful that it is so. Now for once we agree with the Register ; " for it " m literally Florida, against the murders and massa cres committad by the. Indians : And with in a short period, a volunteeY company was raised, composed of some of the most res pectable citizens ot the city: Charles Ste phens, Was elected Captain; A. T. Nicoll 1st, and J. D. Huguenm 2d Lieutenant W. H. Bullock, Ensign. A subscription was raised t defray their expenses, and hey sailed for Florida on the 29th ult. Post Office A new office has been es tablished in Stokes county, called Pilots ville; and Thomas B. Kinp- appointed Post Master. Asa Ballard has been ap pointed Postmaster at Webb's Stokes coun ty; Wm. Horner, at Cameron's Mills, Oransre county ; and Wm. Hierhtower. at Hightower's, Caswell county. TVe see it stated, that the Hon. Ponhatian Ellis, of Mississippi, formerly a Senator in Con gress from that State, and now (or lately) U. S. District Judge, has been nominated to the Senate by the President, for Charge des Affairs to Mexi co. We know not if such be the fact, nor even whether it be in contemplatvm to supersede Col. Butter, our present Charge des ASairs tri Mexico. Got?. Branch, of this State, has been 'nomina ted for the Vice Presidency of the United States, by a writer for a whig paper in Ohio. Col. Jamee C. Terrell, elected last year a Re presentative in Congress from Georeia, but who declined serving on account of ill health, died at Cornesville, of the consumption, on the 1st ult. Contested Election. Samuel Price has been admitted to the seat in the Virginia House of Delegates, previously occupied by Hudson M. Dickenson, who had, the Sheriff's certificate as a delegate from Fayette and Nicholas counties. In this county, on Thursday evening last, Mr St imson H. 3Vhittt!ler to Miss Malvina Pacret st VI . . -t ARsaVS . t. mmm m ' in raveuevme, tut. vrm. James Buch anan to Mary Ann Murphy. Also, at the same time, Ephraim Singletary of Bladen, to Nancy A. Blue of Cumberland. In Pittsboro, 29d ult. Rev. Wm. M Green to Charlotte I. Fleming. In Orange county, 22d ult. John R. Fau- cett to Catharine S. Ereeland, dausrhter of Charles J. Freeland, Esq. - At Butterwood, 16th ult. James B. Hawkins of Warren county, to Ariella, daughter of the Hon. Willis Alston, of Halifax county. In Salisbury. 'J2d ult. If ugh Culrerhouse to Bebecca Wood. On the loth ult. Moses A. White to Margaret Curry. In Waughtown, Stokes county, 2fth ult. John F. Zimmerman to Eveline Swann.- EMAIN1SG m tne Post Office at Raleigh, N. C. the 1st day of January, A. D. 1836. A Wilcher Abrams R. H. Alexander BenjiminAMen Reynold Aliea James Allen, E P. Audereon Siaufurd Anderson John Leach, jr 3 Jackson Lee MrC Lutterloh M'sSarf h Lgon Jehu Lowrv Richard WLiles Julia Lane Ned Lane Miss Louisa Abernathy Andrew H Leonard Joseph H Andrews AmndeU or Perry. B Samuel By i d Jfssa Bvrd Wm S.'Barham Isaac J Barker 'RBurk- Chaiflf W Brndlsv Mrs. Nancy Bryan Mr. Biggan Lyman N Buell MisaCamaotha Buffaloe Needham Munden Isaac Buffaloe Mrs Sarah Mitchell John Bufl'aloe Joab Mitchell Mrs Polly Bonds Wm Manord Gen. Phillip Brittain 2 Charles R Marion Legislature N C Jt-hn C Latta in J Willis Moriug Richard Miller Rev Thos Meridith John Marshall Miss Margaret Mailer 2 Alexander McGregar 3i "-s Saraji Moss Wm S Mhoon Foldein Muck Gov. R. Burton Garrison Baiker Doct. Barker John Brown Miss Eliza Brown Henry A Brown Henry H Brown Miss A E Briggs James Booz George Betz Robert Bhck Elijah SBell Wm. Bell Thomas Baker Peter Ballew Blake W Baswell C Joseph G Cogswell Thomas Colter John Casun Lafayette Carr John Coleel George Oadwalladar Asa H Coe Rachel Cook M Cooke Wm L Campbell John Cloughly Edwin G Crump F.H.Clark Mis Mary Col?man Wm. B Cross! and John Copeland James Celley true," that Mr. Waugh's resolutions whish pass ed our Senate, asserting the claim of the State to her proportional share in the-Public Domain, were destroyed by the whigs and nullifiers in the Commons, " by force ot party drill." It i susceptible of the clearest proof, and we mean hereafter to demonstrate ii, tbat all the rights of the State in regard to the public lands, nW have been dec'.sred with unanimity by the Le gislature, had not the whigs and nullifiers, on their part, made a party hobby of the question. Alter the debates on this subject 'ial) have been published, and we can find time la collect the facts which constitute the history of the matter, we shall endeavor to expose the whole plot and scheme of the opposition, in their un worthy efforts to deceive the people into the be lief that the Jackson and Van Buren party ap posed the State's claims to the public lands, when in fact all their acts show that they are the true friends of the people, and the faithlol advo cates of their rights. " According to Mr. Clay's land scheme, (of which, we haTe the authority ot the Nat. Intel ligeneer for saying, the resolutions in oar House and quiet to the country, by laying all petitions W ,ac . 3 ? .r . flW fo rprlT ttftum ntr rent . ranm ,.f t). m,k and memorials on this .subject on the table, and I V . " . Z 7" , T,T rr Resolutions passed by our Senate, but destroyed by the whigs and nullifiers in the Commons, as serts that the Old Slates have an equal claim with the New ones to these lands; it is as fol lows .- Rtsolrh'.d further, that Congress cannot distri bute thx proceeds of the sales of the territory, or public lands belonging to the United States, or the public lands themeeves, in any manner which gives a preference to the new states in whish they are located, without violating the rights and prejudicing the claims of all the Slates of this union." But what can those whig and nullifying mem IIJEI, In Robeson county, 1 1th ult. Neill Brown, Esq. a patriot of the Revolution, aged 88. At the Eagle Hotel. Norfolk, J9ih ult. a fit of apoplexy, Willie McPherson, Esq. of Camden county in this state, and member of the state Convention, aged 60 years. In Perquimona eounty, 17th ult. Lydta Wil son,oonsort of William Wilson, aged 39 Also, of small pox, a few days since, Mr. Hugh God frev, a respectable planter of that county" ged 50. Michael McAlister S W Moore William Mills Thos-McGehee t Wm Matheson Augn St in McCullers 3 Hugh McQueen 2 2.Members from Robe son (Legislature) Alex W Mebane A D McNeill A W Moore Charles AfcC'eese and Thos Hasscll If Elder George Nanca Miss Lvdia Norris t 2 James E N01 fleet S W Na. h Abner Neal . S Augustin Norwood John Nutt O Col David Outlaw James Olive 1? 2 Col m Powell Nicholas Purify 2 Andrew J Pi ry Robert Perry 4 John Puryear Rev J Pervis Josiah Pickett 3 3 Obediah Page Jas Carson, A ilioore,or Mrs Sally Paruell JuoUedtord J ll Palmer JL . Ittff.homf son Parham to mark them with silent reprobation by a refn- sal 'to print. ' Yesterday, the President nominated to the Senate Mr. Roer B. Tanej, of Maryland, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the tlni ted States; and Mr. Philip P. Barbovr, of Vir ginia, as Associate Judge, in place of the late Judge Ruvall. Mr. Amo Kendall was, at the same time, nominated for confirmation as PoM Master General." Chaplains to Congress. On the 23d ulr. the Rev. Mr. Iliglee was elected Chaplain to the Senate, receiving23 out of 3fi votes. In the House of Representatives, on the 24:h ult. the Rev. Mr. Stockton, was elected Chsplaia to that body, on the 3id balloting, receiving Sfi out of 189 votes TOX TXX NORTH CAROLINA STAIf DABD . TO RALEIGH. E.AT.K10H farewell ! sweet beauteous spo, farewell 1 Though wintry winds and drenching rains, have shorn Thy lovely groves, and bowers, and gardens fair, Ol every leaflet green, and flowery blossom j Still, thou to me art lair and beautiful. Spring will again thy roseate mantle bring, Thy fragrant breeze and woodland melody. Bui when willj iy relttuie the amlderv'd hert! I love thee, though 1 leavejfcee, and shall oft While reason holds her empiWFuer the heart, Retrace upon thai Jiving tablet, all The noble, gentle virtues I have found Within thy social circle's generous bound. Peace be within thy shelt'ring bosom ! May the fostering hand of gracious Heaven Pour around thee sno.v'rs of .richest blcaiings, Auu crown them with that grace which bun Salvation, day's paper, it will be seen when and where books will be opened for receiving subscriptions of siock in the company. Our fellow-citisen Gen. Romulus M. Sauicders, recently elected one of the Judges of the Su perior Conns of this State, arrived in town on Tuesday evening last, from Washington City, having accepted the judicial appoiutment con leired on. him by the Legislature. Small Pox. We learn from the Elizabeth City Herald, of the 29th ulr. that from 8 to 10 cases of small pox existed in that town ; none of which, however, had-terminated fatally, and all were doing wed. Il had extended to the coun try, and one gentleman had died of it in an ad joining couniy, as will be seen from our obitua ry head. Fhiur inspected at Mayo's -mills. Richmond, for the six months ending 2 Jih Dv.c. 1885: bar- wimc-ii oim-sj reis 01 stipernne, 7 ,5M ; null bijls. ck. 00 j bar 9. D. N. 1J. jjels of fine, 6TS3. DEATH OF BISHOP FMORY. The BaltimoieRepublican gives an acconnt of the melancholy death of the Rev. Jobjc Emo, Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church of Maryland, which happened on the 16th ult- He left his residence near Reisterstown for Balti more, on that morning; on reaching the hill near Weaver's tnvern. his horse became fright ened, and running violently down the hill, dash ed the Bishop upon the rocks, and fractured his head so violently that he died soon after. His body was taken to Baltimore, and interred by the side of Bishop Asbury. GEORGIA At a meeting of the Nullifying and States Rights members of the Georgia Legis lature, Judge White was nominated for the Pre sidency, nnd Philip P. Barbour, of Virginia, for the Vice Presidency. At the same meeting, nine candidates to runon the nullifying ticket for Con gress, at the next election, were also nominated. Georgia Electoral Ticket. Thomas Anderson ofFnfnklin county, William Bullock of Chat ham, Samuel Groves of Madison, Tho's Haynes of Baldwin, -Reuben Jordan of Jasper, Wilson Lumpkin of Clark, Wiiliam Pentecost of Jackson, Tho's Spalding of Mcintosh, James C. Watson of Muscogee. William B. Wofford of Habersham and Thomas Wooten ot Wilkes,- have been nom inated by the Union democratic party, as can didates foi electors of President and Vice Presi dent of the United Stares; and if elected, they are pledged to vote for Martin Van Buren and Richard M. Johnson. " Noticiosco de ambos Mundos." is the title of a Spanish weekly Newspaper issued in New York on the 1st January, by . Grauja. No. 49 Liberty street, devoted to politic, literature, agriculture, commerce. &c We will take the trouble to or der this paper; for f subscribe for it. any one who may desire to bera of the legislature now ay, who so lustily disavowed giving any countenance to Clay's scheme, and who accused the Jackson and Van Buren members with attempting insidiovely to destroy' their resolutions, by unjustly assimilat ing them to Clay's plan I Will they say the In ten leencei is insidious, in putting the same construction upon them? The " Register," seeing the difficulty into which its family print at Wash ington was drawing the whigs ot the legislature, resorted to the trick of garbling the Intelligen cer's article. But such a barelaced subterfuge, instead of extricating its party friends from their perplexing dilemma, serves only to them in still more inextricable difficulties. entangle Wcet India Abolition. -It appears from all accounts, that the law of the British Parliament lor abolishing slavery in their West India Colo nies, works badly. A letter lrom Antiguu, 20th Nov., says great troubles and anxieties had occurred durinir this year. Only 3-4ths ol the usual quantity of sugar cane had been cultivated and that kept in bad order, on account of the laziness of the negroes, who were becoming eve rv way worthless. A gloomy account is given of the general prospects and business of the Is land ; and it is predicted, that in a few years there will not be a white inhabitant on x. A malignant fever had carried off a number of ihe inhabitants ; and among its victims, was a Mr. Fenn of New Haven. Connecticut. Rail filer?! Notice. BOOKS will be opened on the third Monday of January next, and remain open until the 1st day of February ensuing, for receiving subscriptions to the Capital Stock of the Raleigh end Gatton Sail Road Company, at the following places, via t In the City f Raleigh, under the direction of George W. Mordecai, William Boylan, Thomas P. Devereux, Diinc si Cameron, Wm. II. Hay wood, Jr., Charles Manly, Samuel F. Patterson, Alfred Jones, Beverly Darnel and Charles L. Hinton. At iAmisburg, under the direction of William H. Battle, Samuel Johnson, Wm. .P Williams, Henry G. Williams and Williamson Gatewood. At Nashville under the direction f Benja min Hlount, Henry Blount, Samuel Blount. Willis Buddie and James Battle. At WarrentonuntltT the direction of Thos. White, Beuiamin Cook, Henry Fitts, Jacob Faulcon, William If. Kearney and Joseoh W. Hawki ns. At Oxford under the direction of Rhodes NS. Hermlon. Thomas B. Litlleiohn. Beni. Kit- trell, James Cooper and Thomas Lewis. At Gaston mzt the cirection of William W. Wilkins, John T. Wearer, James Vincent, David Clements and John B. Putney. At Rolesville in Wake county, under the di rection of Charles L. Hinton, Allen Roarers. Sr. John Ligon, Jesse Powell, Seth Jones, and Wm. Roles, or any two of them. The Commissioners at the several places a- hove enumerated, will make returns to tl e com missioners at Kaleigh, of the amount of stock subscribed on their books respectively, on the first day of February next, or as soon thereaf ter as possible. D'N. CAMERON, Ch'm Board of Commissioners at Raltigh . Dec 30; 1835. - 4t65 Miss Mary Ann Dunn Miss Lucy M Dun a John Davis Mrs Wiuefrd Davis Rev P W Dowd James Bees John B Drake John Drake Mrs Mary Dudley Michael Deets Henry Dimmock B Samuel W Evans Mis Martha Emmitt Col F H Elmore Addison Ellis Thomas S Edwards James Edwards Benjamin EUickson Nehemiah B Pratt W N Pratt James A Pratt B Passrnore Jno J Pippin Prince Prindill Mrs Nancy Peck Lerny Pittcford Harvev Perkin Thos J Pasteur Malcome Patterson It Frederick S Roberts Miss ChaKty Roberts Thomas "bberts Mrs Ann Reddock David Eoyster Randal Redding P S Rogers & Co Miss Susan Revvela Willie Robertson Mr Fox Miss Elizabeth Fretcher Wra Rotnn Allen Fluellsn Roger Fosier Lewis Fells Gray Franklin O Miss Fanny Graj Duncan Graham William Graham. B F Gridley T. Gholson Nathan Gully John Green Walter A Gwynn John Grimes Baiker Garrison JohB Glenn Edwin Gser William Gower or Barnabas Eeas'ey Thomas Garrott H Little Harp Samuel Hancock Alfred Haywood Nelson G Hovieil ThoransB Haywood Isaac Rogers Lemuel Riddick Hodge Rabora Miott Roberds Joshua Rogers James Sfafight Zachariah Scbtt Andrew Stephens G W B Satterfield Mrs Elizobeth Sorrel I f SA&O SaltmWh 3 1 Rv John Smith Phon. Suit John Suit Manassali Sater J K Stewart JameM m Swann Asbin Sugg Samuel Sues Samuel Scarborough D L Sanders 9 Benjamin Sharp Alfred M Slade Mr Shaw (paper mak'r) 4 Miss Harriett N Smith iiicuni Hamilton jtpjra Sarali Stinson James M Hendeiaon ilerriwether X Skeew William Harris 2 hofflps Finances of Ohio. From the report of John A Bryan, Esq. Auditor of Pubtic Accounts, it-appears that the fiscal affairs of ibis young anil thriving commonwealth, are in a very prosper ous condition. The taxable property of the Slate, is $94,437,941 ; and the estimated receipts into the treasury for the year 1836, for revenue purposes. isj$ 103, 4 16.70. The general revenue ot the State for the last year, was S201.765.50.. Blood Horses. In the ship Caledonia Bran der, arrived at Norfolk on the 28. h ult., from Liverpool, several English Horses of the higfh.J v&t character have ueea brought over. flaleislx Female Academy. THE citiaeus of Raleigh, and the public ge nerally, are respectfully informed, that a Setaool will be opened for voiine Ladies, on Monday, the 11A skslu in the Female Depart ment of the Raleigh Acad my, tolje conducted by Mrs. JO HNSON and Daughter, om Chapel Hill. From the reputation these ladies sustain as Teachers, and from the manner and source they are recommended to this community, we doubt not they will be liberally patronised. H7" Further particulars will be given in the next week's papers. . January 3. 1835. . 63 EiUsboro female Seminary, fltiifi Winter Session of this Institution will -sa open on the 15tli inst. The course of instruction continues as heretofofe. After en joying nearly ten v years of public confidence, the Teachers of this School deem it needless to give any renewed assurance of fidelity for the future. Terms of Tuition : Literary Classes, from $10 to $15 per session. Music .... 24 do Drawing and Painting - 10 do Board may be obtained in some of the most respectable families of' the place, at $8 or f9 per month. WII LIAM M. GKEEN, Hillsboro', Jan. I, 1836 3i64 Svperint'dt? Bank of tSic State ot Carolina.. A Dividend of oar per cent, on the capital stock of this Bank paid in, for the half year ending the 2 1st November last, has been de clared, and will, be paid to the stockholders at the Banky on the first Monday in January next ; aod at the Branches and Agencies fifteen day thereafter By order. J. UCWEY, Cashier. Raleigh, Dec. 15, 1835 . 3t64 John Harris M as Sarah J Horne Elizabeth Hinton Josiah A Hendun Whitmell H Hardie Henry Hase Robert Harrison James Harrison Charles L. Howard James Mc Hunter Henry Hioton Frederick Spain Wm Savage Wm Sea well f David Sanders Joseph B Shule Gile Smith Tolbert H Selby JtfrsAf D A Eliza Sim gletary 4 Josiah Scott Stephen Stephenson Wm. Hinton (colored) T Thomas Has-srll 2 Abraham Tucker Benjamin Honos Miss Rebecca High A M High Rich'd Hill Thomas Hogg A'.sey Hunter Nathan Harrison J A Hogau -Jno B Harry James Harper Jno H Hammond Jno E Hussey Wm Harris 3 Solomon Tyrell John Tire 2 Col Paul Taylor Kubert Tiawick Ford Taylor Oliver K Tuton 3 Daniel Thompson V Josiah Vick W Talbot Watts Henry Watson. John Watts Hiram Woolard Major Jarvis, or Sam'l Enoch Woolard Iegroe ler Sale. WLL be sold, at Ahe; Court House in Smith field, Johnston county, on the 14th Janu ary next, five likely NEGROES, (for division,) on a credit of"6 month, with interest from sale. Three good securities will be required. D. BOON, CammW. Dumber I8$5f $16? Byrd, Wm H Jdnes Matthew Jones Mrs Susanna Jones Barnabas Jones Robert S Jones Robert Jonrs Lpw!sK Jones Kafesotn Jotiea Cadwallader Jones Mrs Mary Ivy .M;ss Nancy Jewell Redden Johnson J B Johns Bruce Walker 2 James Whttento Wm Walsh Wm Wilson Napeir Wilson Alvin'Wade 3rs Allis Williams Mr Alley Williams Enos Will tarns M A Williams Washington Williams iliss MnrhXth Williams fiss iHory Wethers Kimbell Wethers John BiJohna & Broth'r 3fis iiJ-nha Winn E JViss" Eliza Wmn Miss Elizabeth Eiing -Elislia Welts Sampson King Edmund Wilkins VV ilbou Knight Col Tlroi hitaker Stephen Kennedy, or Saml&John Waiton Stepjien Harper James Woodward Wm Kendall Frederwfc Whitc.hurst John BCelly James O WiMrams R Kendall j0hn W Williams Baau Lamb Nathan iroang Jas R Love 3oxn M. Y n j f KT Persons calling Jor Letters in the above List, will please say " ffigjt are advert is-d." WlZO'$ G.'lCOTT, P AT. rCr" 5o5 fi'l'S5!i:i-. of every d- aexiption, neatly eie$ut?d at hi CHhe.