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with ufiulur Inlcrcit.
cuutrfbutioni of nil ottr ex tenet tre lUl
of concspon.lcnt', win. !i embrt. i I
rnot of the lutuul in thli country, ere
have tn.idc HrfMngtRlsnii for li. . h 6V
enrly iritmUHon from .soma Of It)
best writers of Fr.uicc, anil for proof
hcet-i from .'cvcr.il of the popular Hit
thorn ot Bnglund. itii moil mnte
rials nnd fcnow-lHOoreri m the Utet i
ry finoyurd, we hope 10 prctcnt lo tfafl
American reader a weeuly journul ul
great value an' unusu il excellence.
Tlic parndc of mere names will lie
edulously avoided. The Mirror will
be remariif.ble, wc hope, rather fr
good arlicies without names than for I
poor articles With disiiriuiLv-riiaint's
It will embrace in its scope eveiy de-j
parlment of etegant literature, com- j
prfcirig tahi olfomince, eketehei of I
iccicty and manner.-, scnlimenf, and j
.jvi ry day lile, piqunnt e8ay, dome
ic and oreign correspondence, liter-j
ry intelligence, nit and humour, fa-j
.iiion and po:-bip, t o. try, he fine arts, 1
. nd literary, musical and dramatic
'riticiMns. It? r. views of new works
ill be Careftilj diseiTminating and im
artial. It will aim to fos er a litera
are suited to tnr,te and. desires of the
ge and couu'.ry. Its tendency will
e cheerful and enlivening, as wdl as
mprovtng. It will .-e. k to gratify ev
ry refined taste, hht nevrr 13 oil'cnJ
ie mott fastidiouisr and it will ever
-el ilb duty to be, to ''turn the 8ui,n I
.ide of all thing- to hhrnan ey.'S."
The w ork will liu ptlblishod every
Saturday, in numbers of lti large su-per-ioyal
pages, with double columns
and encloted in a ne at crn amcntal
cover. It will fsnn, at the cm d of the
year, 2 superb volumes, each of 416
par.es, filled with the gems ofl.teia
turn anu the line ai ls.
The very low pr.co at which it will
be Uued, ret clers it the cheape t pe
rioclical in this or ;.ny tthtr country,
considering the Crust and beauty its 58
Engravings, and the inuiusc value
cf its literary eontent.-. Tho e desirous
of teceiving the paper from die cotn
mencemeut, will have it punctually
cut to their address upon their for
warding to the undcr.-igntd, at No. 4
Ann !St., N. Y., S3, tree of all expense.
Letters enclosing tlie amount of
subset iption, may be frank, d by ali
postmat"rs. Ageutf, carriers, news
men, will be Supplied a the usual
terms. (;0"The cash 'yleln will be
rigidly adhered lo, without any devia
tion whatever.
GEO. P. MORRIS,
Edhor Proprietor.
No. 4 Ann Stree, New York.
not ivitn op oin:t8, who prmvin us
with clm-te, cuivenxed mid well writ
ten comaiUnicationSi
Bvtjry thfrtg like iafldlouisi urlBti
and vulgar larcnifrn whleh have been
too lung ti:o iii-grncc oflha press, and
Iii - .hi sc uf the community , w ill be
lutoUflV avoided.
I '1 im; oi t.vit foreign nhd domcstTc
intelligent e of a r llgiotti clifrnfi.oJ,
will roct'lVo flOt- nr? merited atten
tion.
A i r l IN Ii', , l J ill" In l Alltlll
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nil, Hi.' I'Oi.tiii'fn niriir in until) of uvrr
It
ColuurbuS hit been selected as
th"
site of ptiblication, becmse it cpneen
(rates more ..dvantag s tkanany oth
er. I., v i, ln. lnr. .. r.-tnii"! f ullv rtti.
j III .,11. I . ' ' I . I , .Vlv.v . ' ' WW!,
left the aid of all the brethren and
! friends who may feel competent and
inclined 10 favor Ibis laudable project j
Let your commfthVlcationi he sltojtl 6i ;
pithy. 1 j
All cojnmti iralions forfhrs work j
addressed post paid to "The l)is i-j
p!e, ColunlSlS Misj., will tneetwilh
prompt a'i''nffou. i
V. S. Some c opics c f the Disciple
Will !:. .-e:it to those Who have not or
dered them, hut should they not b j
wek6me visitors, wc hope they will!
Ming their way back to the puhli h j
ers.
Ternis 50 to be paid upon rc -
Ceipi Ol (lie' ill El. min.UKr.
tsuttl per centum allowed to nJ
TIJW Timi'.'nM) lioi.L iim !
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in'iiilriiru ol ilir wi'iH, iiihiu ii II itil.ji'iii anil il,
nrrni , i ' Cf .1 TllM, ChICI Kill) I, bill-
llllNl bSltehl'li DM! hi iuftiiitl iir.rlv of RHMtl
lr lUCIfp, A ii. I limifir, nnil IntltlljnlMI, Hill
All lli culuitll c,"ii;i', tnt btlfbl .unl dark ihiidci
.if our im i.il SMlrin. Ill jii.kI tniilrnry wit.
tr toi'ifd wfofin, pfij.H f, uiiiividuil Mjoimiiit
llil inttal htpplniil III tvirjf ihli.f , tht iftvi
llmiiif imny lint, 'Mln miiMtgniHl nfthB)iii
(it mniihi r." jfliii cnn.piiiiiPiiury AoiiroflliP
wln lc Aini rm in't BflTur.l llif Mmna1 cvi
rtaifC" of its renl wfrtt, m.d ihi lurrit iudnaiton
oi' unnnriillellttl ecu.
The Dollar Weekly will he mailed
to sithsrrihors in any portion cf the
world, furffi a year in advance.
All letters to he addrefsed to
HftitRK'K & ROPES,
1 Oil Mmau street
Net York Cvi.
July 8, IIS IS,
r&.sj
LADYS" WKKATH;
Ik tilfii ol" .t new work, piibii.l erf bf-'hfmth
lyjiu i li.UiirljiiiiB, nttka ixtrmnctjr low yuc .,
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
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PROPOSALS.
HE friends of primitive cbrisii-
anity propose punhshtng in the
town of C'olum'nis, Mississippi, a se
mi monthly, to he called
Devoted to the interests of i!ie
christian irstitnti- n, in its JJposiolic
ywity and primitive timplieiiyj
having in view no df sign, odter than
the best interest of tho community,
and the honor of God.
Upon such n subject, guided by
inch motives, we cannot But indulge
aide nil), the hope of great and good
success; at the same time promising
to ujc our best exeriions to s cure, in
an eminent degree, this so desirable
n object.
The mam design of this periodical
is to diesemiualc biblical intcllig- nee
in an unvarnished, though chaste and
rcEpecfc.ble style, through this State
and sister States; as far as it may be
Vv the libeiality ofthepnbl'e, pT.
gents.
JAMES A. BUTLER,
GKLENE HILL,
JAMES IL CURTIS,
Condue:ors of the pu 1 caiion.
MarcVSath IM3.
"a' n E W" AND ORlGl NAL
NOVEL .
by PRor. j. n. inokmiam, Authoi 'ol
'I'he Quadroon," "Dancing Fea
ther :; -t'apt. Kyd," "Lafitte."'
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WILL HE PUBLISHED ON
'2Uth March, 18 lo.
T H E
OHSef OF THE 1IIGr,Ar?tlS,
OR
TilH Ji:W AND T!E HKIR
ComiJeti in ore volume in the uniform fiihi
of ihe BnitliiT JnnAthnn arnl New V orlU Eligs.
I rice l-i cents ench or J!? prj unufri'
Tail work, which i o.miideici! by the brft
tur'get, superior to any of the lrt'?ioiu p.odb
ibni (if thil eilcmeil ami popninr Atni iican e.u
hot is being pnnteil in tlie snme Ityll of Chi'
iNew Wotkt and BfoUwr lofuktbin Extras, it t!.e
ofl'ro cf 3. N . Dickinson. o well known for UK
fiipcriority cf hr style i f iifiininp : Ki xepenje
will be lonreil by ll.e pHbiifhrri, Redding It Co.
to render ibe npieurance of tin; wntk all tltat it
tboiilrj be in viev of it? great me lit and UHCOlUMiotl
inleifst.
The teens of ibis latest of Trofessnr tngmbjm'l
Novelf, ii laid principa)l in tho higtillnbt of the
lli iiion, and ihn roinatitic icenei uf (hat nohie
river are depleted with lingular fefteity . in tudv
poetic pr7fe.
The following nre the contents nf fome of the
rhapter, by which the rtvider may lorn) a gen
eral idea ol (he work.
Night in tin? Hii;hland Kirk wood or the ric'i
Miner laid Th'i'mII The hawk ami fcl Kab-
bii The Fright Uttnran fowi-i: 1 he M .jd
r.fKotk Hall- TJ0 Gizelle The stoim An
adve.iti.rc on trVe Hmi'son The danger and re.
cur Paul ami the beauty ofiiyek Hall Dun
can PowtHV flari'ig leap The lanriiewanrliii
lesulls The appearanre ol' Taul 'ran. all an l
th.' di set. pt ions of the Maiden Jealously awa
kened t'aeil deehucs his pa&sica Its reception
The extraordinary cbaraettr of Caitxirine
Ogilvia A pniting teeni The meeting between
Paul ai.f! Dniie.in Then parting--A raysterioiis
rim rile. Tlie G-ypny and her lover The doom
of the victim Tlie dreadful end of the Gyptey
mother ..Oil Hero's arrival in New Vnrk anil
his exprriencc of the obliging character of a
iiarkny coachman, ra.d'i reception by hi) uncle
nil spirit, Hi sulifcne nt career fur two years,
nil downward courbe, ne quarrels and leaves his
uncle , The. lli;er Rtiver'iCub, tLs new'y elected
Coxiwain, The lawless resolution of the band,
Paul's character, nil daring anil lact.
From the perusal of the above, it will be ?een
that tno Gypsey of the Highlands abounds in in
cident and id venture, intl a perusal of the woik
itielf will not only show this, but prove, that
moral of i;ie hbee M! hehten or-rr is 'ne t!
d tritovg'ijit :
The rlfli'fjrt tldl w,.rk u lo funi'nh, nt a
MW n .VTt, a lugnziM, which, as regard liter
ary iiiciii and i .iiv iMiural exrculiuii shall equal
the best I bfa ii !iHr ira;;?ine.. Eaeb number
Mill T, , i, thin .11 IimIkI l...-ti. ....i.i I. ... .
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j randiuf luklter,
! : IIRF.lA ortlfilNAL,
trOM IM fi'iii ;.i the m.Ht talei.te.! ii.ale and ft
male wriur oi l e fthy, One or muH
sri.F,xx;r stukL engravings,
" '!' ! " gfven "i ' a.-li number, il nil, aiso, oee of I
series ..f stiii julid
rt.0R.4l Cinvj(,s nicni t coj.outn,
aom in corirse ol preparation , occidbd'y the
mull altinctive Itrtel of cint.ei lirbrfients evtr
g'lvln many niagaC'ilQ, Our or mar pages at
new anr! p,, pu l li r Mt'SIC, w ill be givfH so each
ntriublr, It will be printed hpon He, type,
; a-t exprlsily lot the pufpOle, amt upon fiui
ul, iii' pupetr. 'I he werk has nin bed ill thiid
utffl !,.r, and, tl us f.ir, the re-ul: has pioveri
Itiat the design ol publUhiiig a M;ig taJna oIIum.
lliu literary merit mi.I elegant CNerution nt the
iow pric nt (M; DOLLAR a year, couliln.it
but bi increiiluli Our lubioriptiun list iial
reurlv duiibla that oi aey other true OOl.LAK
Lady's Magllinr, and bwiHtittdl are added each
Wtek.
NEW ( OXTniBUTORS,
o! RQAwn ami ffctKwtr!gd taient have beer
leured , and the publish, is are detcfniiviett to
sjjare no ,ains ei ene in rendeiirg ihe woik
eery way wor'e the p.itro.iiie of the public.
CLUBMNG & PREMIUMS.
For the onuventtnee of t.eithbon, aim to fa
riliiate leiuitlancel, we will t nd when remitted
row i'.i:,'
c en isbplrs !(f Hie Wrutk.nne vear for $5 00
Four poptei "f lha Wreath, and any Three Dnl
l Magnltiiisi - - $6 00
five coj ie. ,d the W tcath, led any Philadelphia
Weekly Paper, - - $5 00
Pit teen cnpie- of the Wreath, . flOOO
Ten conies ol t.ie Wreath, uml nv Tl.rr. tl.,1.
. IL . T ITT .,
mr mHgaame, . . . $ 10 00 , 'waivenittg. vc nave oaily signs
Ten ccP-.ih nVrat r-He ot dhftt a Southern literature i- demand
Ten copieVe" u,a' "vreathanil Sc'ott'. eebm'! JiJ ',h Ma-nolia is tVTnandcd.
lad Novell, - - - fiOOO We nre proud in dctectirg, in the
cc -piei ..( the. W reath, and oicVem' to) progress of each day 't events, the de-
Paeuty copie'i of ihe Wrenlh, and'any f,!e of. 0(S "r PCOP,e 0ee(1' &
ihi nbove u-.:nird work.. . ii no "e determined to have a neriodical.
Specimen Nucibers furnished, rf oiilcretl Post Which shall Speak justly and fear 1 Ot;
uiKiity. The oik will be deliver
i d lo Sitti'cribfMi on I lie lamo day In t
both die. The i.ew orr.tt gcit.oiii j
ill (lino tile, t that deibh r.itmn in j
tin inismeiiu. p tr liienti'l nil pm o !-
c .l. the pnnc ual ch hv ry .1 the
Journal to Mftifcrberi vvbeuduei an
object which line hitherto eluded ail
enortj and has been so irci.uiutly
productive if rrfOitlflcatlen to our
selves, nnd disaiisfaction uniongour
friends and readurti It i proposed
to publish the M g.izine, liniultane
oUely. in the four cltlUl of Savannah,
CliorlfStotl, l.'olumi us and Augusta,
in each of which ttgentsof character
will be established, who Will alway
be prepared with (he adequate Mip
tily tor subscribers, insulicient nea.'on
or delivery, on or befo;e the first
dnv iu cverv mon'b. It will he
subject ofcongialUlnlion toour frienas
to hear, as it is cf great pi ide and
pleasure with ourselves to state, that
the Magnolia like its nol le nattleialce,
huving triumphed over the first dis
couraging c irc umi-titneeB under which
it wasplanlod. has taken peimatient
root, and is mw in a condition ot
vitrorand paotr.ise, hich jusiiftes the
h' po that it will biiitg foith goo'dlieat
tru.t, and attain all the green hoi. 01s
ol a Lardy growth, a long lile, and a
perret iel freshness to the Jast. It
stihsciibers me increaiing daily, its
typographical gatments will saon be
as flowing and beautiful us the best
among hVCotompoiaries; and among
the line intellects assembled ttfld te
emed to maintain its internal charac
(er, may be etium. rated many of the
most accomplished names of whveh
the South can beast. It may he
enough to s y that we ale still as
sured of tho Co operation of all those
who have hc;etolore wtitten for our
pag s; lo whifch we shall add, with
each successive issue of the Maga
zine, other namci no less able, h)
which we shall furnish to our rea
ders a lortunatc variety and most
liberal supply, of the intelhcual edi
bles which they desire. The Edito
rial duties will devolve chiefly upon
Mr. W. Gilmore Sirhiwj uhhse ser
vices we havct secured to a grcotei
degree than before. The Editotial
bureau will be enttrery surrendered
to his control, and his general super
vision of tire work is hereafter certain,
lie will nevertheless be assisted by
the same gentlemen whose labors
hereto-fore have Contributed SO large
ly to endow this particular depart
ment of the Magnolia, with the influ
ence w hich it confessedly asserts.
It might be enough for our present
purposis lo ci d bete. We rejoice
to believe that the day of Southern
lukewarniness to the necessity ol
mental culture, in our own 1, uid has
gone lorever There is a glorious
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in iin i mi . v I'M Mui lutnrn . r n
. on. hide our nddn m in (I c b ,j, di .,
the South. Southern Literature aiJ
KoutlrtMi Irt'titutlot s.
i- c y. NiLiitdv.
hUHGESfl 61 JAMES. p,r,rrj.
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Ch.irleKon, S G. Juno 1, WJ.
fXrAll cimmuiiicHtl ni lor th
MMgnoJiU il ould be , dd.i Gied here
'liter lo the I'ublUherit of tho Mi SJll -lia.
op Tin:
NORTH CAROLINA LITER ART
UECOHD.
The stibsc liber proposes to publ:,-,h
in the chy of Raleigh, N. C. a Magt
zinc with the above title. It will ho
printed in monthly numb' rs on 40
octavo pagei of good paptr, with
rew and elegaht t pe ond a neat cov
fsrfor Two nontAR a vsar in ad
Vance!! ! It is designed tj be a pub
lication of general interest, contnin
ing biographical sketches cf (lie Hltti
irious natives of North Carolina ; Ml
DREW it SCAMMKLL,
Publishers,
G7 S,u Third St. Philadelphia.
T II E sM A G N 0 L I A ,
OR SOI'TIf ERK APAL,VCIIAN,
'2 Literary Magazine and Monthly
Review
1111 E subscribers, publishers hjmi
. proprietor. of the Magnoiiv
Maozine, have great pleasure in
Informing its friejUfegand r. aders that,
with the close of the present volume.
or June number of this periodical, its! mail der of Ihe vear to tr.ivuL
publication will be transferred from will visit our fiiet.ds in the interior of
the city of Savannah lo that ofi South, and North Carolina, nnd Geor
Charloston. 'this arrangement is gia, dm ir.g the present summer. The
l-ride in c-.n-,p:i nee wi h numeroiM 1 -int.r be will give te h, Mii, La.
which shall beeipually true and bold,
in which criticism Shall be free ar.d
Cant, and opinion shall he unbiassed
either by fear or favor ; n work in
which the tone shall be manly, and
the character and sentiment essen
tially and only Southern. It is doubt
ful whether another word need be
said on this uhject. We feel the sen
timent of .Southern intellectual inde
pendence every where begining to
breathe and bum around trs. k will
be no fault of ours if we do not main
jain its fires.
P. C Pendleton will devote the re-
He
torical papers embracing par:iculai I -reminiscence!
by the present age
public men; and scientific articles
This MagaXine will cherish the pure
ly liteiary,nr.d it- pages vr ill be grac
ed Wi:h poetic rontribusions. A
prominent place will be given to the
inten stl of the common School syi.
tern of education in our State. A ie
view department will be addtd,
which will present notices of new
publications; and it is designed that
the work shall be a monthly Chroni
cle of literary intelligence.
Tbte subscriber feels safe in ma
king thfe above ttatetnents, because
he has the prumis'r of assistance from
several distiniruitbed gentlemen in
the State, iu Who e acquirements the
public has all confidence. Hu besirei
lo make it a periodical which shall
compare well with any Southern
Magazine, ornament the table oftl.a
li erary man. and be a welcome visit
or to any family in the State. It will
seen that the subscription U unU-Ual-ly
low
4S0 OCTAVO PAGES FOR 62!!!
The work -is ptit at this price that
its cir Illation may be the gier.ter; but
it will be at once perceived that the
publish- r eanrot tisk a commence
incut until a sufficient number of sub
scribers shall be obtained to cover
experts. .
ASsoonas StJO responsicle subscri
bers shall be secured, the first numb
er will be issued, at which time the
pnpmer.t for the first volume will bi;
considered in advance. When sub
sciibtrs receive that number they
will mw ard (he amount of their sub
scription immediately, and will take
the publication ol that number as a
guarantee that the Magazine will be
issued for at least 1 ) car. This ur
rar.gement will secure both paitiej.
Who can doubt that North Caroli
na needs such a Magazine! who can
doubt whether there be not more than1
sufficient talent at leisure in our Stale
lo fill its pages with profitable and
entertaining matter ? who will not
risk two dollars on an experiment so
well worth making? We shall listen
fcr a reply, and expect a hearty re
spond.-. JLet no one wait to see now
it will appear j for such a course may
prevent the publication entirely; but
let cvety friend to the work try it for
a year, and then, if it be not worth ta
king, let him abandon it.
We want the name-fall who will
subscribe by the 1st of Jan. if practi;
cable. Postmasters, every whcrcf
will no doubt, lake pleasure in for
warding them, are authorize tl to do,
free of postrge.
Poslrmtftcw and others who
will become responsible for 5 subscri
ber!, shall receive a copy I year gra
tis. All communications to be address
ed, Postpaid to
THOS. J. L A MAY
Raleigh N C Nov U 1812
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