Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, September 28, 1838, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated September 28, 1838 Page 2
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wmmu ii 11 u. u 'in 1.1 PARLIAMENT op (JiU.AT mtlTAIN. iinu.-r, r.oniis, August, 7. Luri! Brouglimn reileraiml Ins lurinor nr portion that Lord Durhntn'd ordinances wero wholly illegnl thnt no power was irlvcn him if mfl'Ct pains niiil penult ics on individuals who liail not boon brought to trinl. Ono of llin ordinances win in direct contrnvcnlion ol' tlio ncl 7 It William III. for tlio trinl of irunsotinhlo uflunccfl. If Lord Durham could i-ot neido the ncl, there wns not liinr to Inndnr him from entttng nWlrt mif nihor net of Pnrhnmcnt. Ho re ferred to the parties against whom n lv.ll of nttnindor was passed, nftor the rebellion of 1715, ulmn wilncM,cs wore examined, nnu n solemn inquiry tools place, although the parlies had Hod the kingdom. L"rd Dur lism't" nrilmnnco directed perrons to bo con vnyed to llormtidn, nnd declared that if they left tlio It'and they should bo consi dered guilty of high treason ; thu was prospective "tronsnn treason, not for tiny net comniitlfiil in Canada, but simply for leaving Bermuda. Bud) a proceeding was opposed to t ho net 2.Vh Eriwnrd HI. Again, the ordinance declared thai no proclnnn tion issued by ll'-r Mij!ty sh'-uld extend fo the murderers nf Lieut. Weir ; so that oven if her Mnjcs'y tdi'iuM ie-suo n procla malion of pardon. Vft it would avnil until log ngninst I.nrd " Durham's ordinance. Again, the coercion oc'. under which ho supposed these- things were done, did not extend to Bermuda. Yet Lord Durham bnnuhed individuals to Ilorrnuda, nnd vi filed with the p-triliy of trcatnn those who should escnp". Lord Durham had sent these persons to Iiotniuda that they might bo placed under Mrict fiiirveillniico; but bo, Lord Brougham, wou'd advise the Go. vcrnor ol ltorrnutln not to attempt noy sur veillance of these peracuw, for if ho did he would make himself liable to an action for falso imprisonment. Lord Durham might lust 09 well have passed a law for the ex ercise o( thia surveillance over parties in tho county of Middlesex. He contended that tho ordinnncn was a mere wanton die play ofpowcr, and it was melancholy to think that the monstrous powers granted to Lord Durham ehould be used in such a tnanner. Lord Glenclirenid that if tho ordinance relating to tlio transportation to llennuda was illerra!. it fcould bo of no avail. was tho duly of the House to look at the general object nnd effect of Lord Durham's Tuocecdinirs. The obicct was to eecuro the pcaco and tranquility of Canada; and if Lord Durham a measures teniieu 10 pro. tluco that effect, he deserved praise and not censure. He would confidontly assert that, in Canada, public opinion was do cidedlv in favor of tho course Lord Dur bam bad nursued. Lord Durham had given to those who pleaded guilty na le nienl a sentence as the circumstances war ranted ; nnd he, Lord Glenelg, had reason o know that, in so doing, Lord Durham bad rivon satisfaction to nil parties. As to tho persons who had fled the province be bad no doubt that Lord Durham's coup aa was tho wisest and best, and most cal culated to produce tranquility. It could tot be supposod that every tninule muni cipal regulation was to be stricily complied with in a state of thing? euch as Lord Dur bam had to encounter ; and he could not eree with the noble nnd learned lord that the nroceodincrs were illegal. Lord Brougham replied, insisting that Lord Durham might have done legally all that be bad accomplished. lie might hnvo told accused parties that they fhould not bo brought to trial it they uciiavcu properiy but bo could not declare them guilty treason without trial. Ho bad no right to end them to Bermuda. If nny ono of the iudires would declare Lord Durham's pro ceedinirs lcal. bo would confess his error lie bad consulted some of tho best lawyers on tho point, and they had no doubt upon the subject. Ho did not ulamo loru unr bam. who was not a lawyer, but his conn cil and bis legal advisers. Ho was anxious for tho peace of Canada, but he must say mat no moro coriain pian uuuiu uu uuv isu for Droducinir discontent than tho niakiri ofiucb ordinances, which boro every im press of ignorance, of basto, ond of neglect of what is lawful. Lord Melbourne insisted that it was not fair, or expedient, or just, to consider Lord Durham's measures in such a manner as to be struck by any apparent imomaly, or by any disparity that might exist not ween the practice m Canada nnd in England, hnm ilinro waB a settled fate of society ami a lime of oerfect tranquility. If they i,nnntn that Lord Durham's powers had been employed unjustly and improperly, 1.1 Im wiser to stop them at. once ; 1 if thev did not sec ground for proceeding that manner, then tne only course was to show soma confidence, instead of per petually interrupting proceedings by cavils and condemnations which they did net mean to follow up. He would not discuss tho law of tho case, because he was not a lawyer, and ho knew that his opinion would have no weight ; but. with tho exception of that pnrtof tho ordinance relating to Bermuda, where there was nn evident mis ink in Lord Durham in tmppneing that hie power extentcd to that island, he believe, thft ordinances to be perfectly legal, nnd warranted hv tho powers which Parliament t,;.i m.niMnif in T.iinl Durham. Ti, nukn uf Wellinnton agreed with Lord Brougham, that those purtB of the ordinances which hud been ndmitted by Lord Mclboum to be illegal woro n proper ubjenl for inquiry ; mid it was nectary iI.m Pnrl.nn.oot hhoulu a pply eonfe'remedy. Ilu liiwclaimod all wish to attack Lord Durham night after night, but when nets of ibis description wero performed, in which tho conduct of the Administration "was clcnrlv illegal, it wns absolutely no cauery that Parliament 6houU' eel tho mat' tor right. After onmn further debate. Lord Broug ham, nt thu hu-'ccsiion of tho Duke of WcUiuiitU) mid Lord Lvndlniret, declarer bis intention to urinir in n bill explaining nd declaring, nml, if neecsi'iiry, limiling tho act under winch Lord Durham was appointed; and, to Hint end, ho moved for ceriRin returns, which wore ordered. Auo. 9, Lord Brougham introduced his bill, of which wo find iho following uc count in tho London Courier ; This drclarntoty bill bus mm pretension to merit it ib unci ; uut, short us it it- it is infinitely too long, nnd n very narrow s-pace indeed is tullicicnt fur a dcbcriptiuii f Its IHIlpOS'!. " Whercns doubts linyinc nrison touch ing the meaning of curtain parts of tho pnid act, it is hcruby declared nnd enacted that nothing in it contained shall be taken to empower tho Governor of tho Province of Lower Canada, &c, to mako any law or ordinance for altering or suspending the course of the criminal law within said pro vinco, in nny particular caeu ureases, or lion nt tins courts declaring it to bo wise for nttninling or for pimMiing any person or persons not convicted by duo course ol law, or lor dcclnriug nnv percon or tier- sons not so convicted to he guilty of nny ffonso for refusing to lonvu tlio said pro viuce, or for coming within tho snmc, or for not returning within tlicsattu1." With icforenoe to Lord Durham's ordi- nanco, tins lull declares Hint, nitiinugii rue firilionuro nnnnni. ho iimtitiml liv law. " it bills received tho Knynl nsoni h comuiis is ko mop i or f ir HMrvif.n nt t in 'll I) IP. ' P on. a:ier woien uoni jruirnHui muvun that it ought to bo justified by act of Par- the third reading of Iho Canada Onvern- liamenl! It then seta forth nieni ucciarniory juii. ijoru uumuau " That all prosecution ami proceedings mad" a mnnly nml constitutional tpeecli, in hn'onpvor. vvliinli hni-P lii.i,n or hnll hi! W'hich. while lie (Icilf CCfllClI t llO CiatU of nil eornmenncil ntfninat. nnv nnrson or nursotnr indemnity to thoso who violate Ilic law, for nr hi- rrnnn nf nnv nr.t. ilnno in rolntlon Olid SO far Olinosed till! bill, ho fulllf admit to the nremues shall bo diseharcu nnd ted "the nnormoiia extent" to wheh Lori mnde void by virtue of this net ; ami that, Durhnm had exercised the powers Mitrustcd nnv nciion or suit tlnill bo commenced to lum. I ho bill was passed. nrtainst anv ner?on for nnv inch act. &c. The Hill wn? brought up in lie Uom he may plead the general issue, ami give mons, on n message irom i no utus, nuu ihw ner nml ilm Kiiiicinl matter in ovulon. nflcr n short discussion, in which Lord T. cc," &c, iS'C Itu.'sell. Mr. Leader, Lord Slanley, and A lori-r lU-hntn fiiiKiio.Lnf wh eh we nuote. Kir ti. tirey looic pirl, mo Dili was renu n also, the fullowimr account from the Cotr first nml seconil tunc huh nnlcreii lo a ttiuu A long debate cnuod ; and porhnpj few lebates, even in tho Houko of Lords have been celebrated for coniaining cither more law nr less justice than that of Inst night he "sense nches at the (.pccial pleau ings and Irngal nuibbhngs of the " luinina nea of the law," who succeeded, atter all, in eslablnhing nothing whatever but n de moriftratinn (surely a needless one at this It would bo nlisurc' to prevent Iho Gover nor General from inking measures neces sary for Iho safety of the province. Ho understood tho prohibition not to interfere with tho power of inking tncamrea that in'glil. bo absolutely necessary, nnd ho f-lmuld move nn explanatory clauso to that off-cl. Lord B-oughnm expressed his sntisfac nnd virtuous, but, objected to tho clause which Lord Melbourne proposed to intro duce. A conversation ensued, after which Lord Melbourne withdrew ihu clause, Iho bill pas-ed through committee nnd wns re- purled, nnd ordered to bo rend n third time on thu 13th. Lom)ON, Am. Mill. In tho Houso of Lords last nigit, (-everal rending on the following day Mr. Loader moved that nn Inunblo nd. dress be presoulod to her Majesty, praying that liar Mnii'nty would ho graciously pleased to direct that there bo laid before this house n "lu.'inrn ol tne names ot tier tuna who have been convicted in Upper Cunndu of treason, mispri-nn ot treason, or feljoy, since the ma ot October, 1BU7 the value ol the personal property, the in so aggravated a caso could hardly bo blamed, bomo Imvo suggested that tlio exportation of Ten to England will ho pro limited. If so, very serious result may follow. The loss of the lea irndo would he nn immense injury to Bniish commerce. The present condition of affairs is remark able, and ndiU another instance to the mnny on record of tho marvellous inconsis tency of human nature. stago of the session,) of their faetmu-3 on. number of acres of real eslato, llicvnlno leavoursto humiliuto tlio ISarl of Durham ni mo nouses, uniiuinga, auu inuiis. n nny, nnd the Government under which he scr- belonging to such persons, lorlmtcd lo the vestu provoke both beyond tho lum of Crown ; the graula anil sale, tl nny, ol endurance which thev have patiently ob nich forfeited property nnd cstntes ; th f-orvod a nd thus to induce them to throw names of tlio purchase mid grantees ol up the task of government in disgust. such property and esiate, nnd tlio value A ess nte HMb oora nnro conlrailic or inc personal nuu rem rmuu:s, su loriuu Inrv nrrniment mi simeort nt n measure wus 0(1, reunion uy inc urown ; nun I lie never s nun out. of ilm drv and narrow brain amount or value of real and personal e of a Inv.-vor ; and whcnvc rtfinct how re- Male, if any, that has been granted by the rnsrhahle it is that so littlo bevond tins me Crown to tho widows, children, nnu rela rest quibbling, nibbling, and dribbling, h fives of such poisons, uud tho names of discoverable) in the long and Inhoreu f-peo sucu grantees. ehos of such orators na Lords Lvnhurkl and AuouiT, 15 nrouirhatn. wo have the strouL'C3t norsu in tlio House 01 t-ominons tne t.nnaua hln pvidonea thai tho b l is need ess in indemnity Jill went llirong,i oomiinllee, point of law, and mibchievous in point of was reported without amendments nnd or. morals. These two cunning lawyers oereu 10 ue reuu a uuru uiuu uu me iuiiuw cunning in every tespect but the ait-im ing uay. purtnnt one of kecpinir out of ench other s Dates to the COth Augmt, from London company have rarely toiled harder, or Imvo been received at New lcrk. Par twisted tho unconnected threads of their Minuicnt wns prorogued to October, in sophistry mure assiduously, than in the on- speech from the Queen, fn which sho says deavor to make out a grand legal ense lor "Tho disturbances and insurrections which the necessity of Parliamentary interference had, unfortunately, brokn out in Upper with the proceedings of the pacificator in nnd Lower Canada, hovo been promptly Canada; r.nd never, wo think, did they suppressed, and I entertain a confident bone more signally fail lo hide, under a inns of t tin t firm nnd judicious measures will em- logal citations and miserably small tacis or power you to restoro a constitutional form lictions, ( no matter wnieu, lor uieir mi- ( government, winch unhappy events hove hutcness renders them ridiculously mcon- comne ed vou for a timo to susnond." sequential,) the motives that prompted this I This is Bad news for tho Tory party in despicable " declaratory bill." Canada, who havu taken so iruch pain to I he second reading was opposed ny represent Canada in a elato ot omcsceni Lords Melbourne and Glcnclg, and the rebellion, ready to break out on iho first Lord Chancellor, nnd supported by Lords favorable opportunity Jjyndhurst and Jirougham ami the xjiikc 01 House of commvu. Col. bibthorp nskod Wcllirigton, and wa9 ordered, 5-1 to JO. if ji Wns true thnt nn additional force hud Aug. 10. Upon the question that tho been ordered to Cannda. Lord John Ilu Ilouso do go into committee on Lord 8U said that ono regiment in Nova Scotia Brougham's declaratory Canada act, had been ordered to Canada ul lliu request Lord Melbourne rose auu mm, uctoro of Lord Durham. tho Lord Chancellor lett tho woolsack, he would state thu course ho meant to pursue. British Opiu.m SjtuoGi.uns. It is nn it but He could not express with what feelings of old and sensible observation that Hie world anxiety ho had received tho decision ot h n. fclrango comp uind of wisdom and folly their lordships, winch would atteci very ttvery day we have glaring instance ol an great interests that were now nt stnke. It inconsistency in Iho actions of rocietios and wnH a decision winch would bo coriblrned communities, which, if exhibited by an in fnvur of a particular parly, which parly individual, would inevitably coiifin him to had lately rebelled against the union with an abode in a Lunatic Arvlum. this country. Such was tlio practical ef. Wo wore led to the nbovo rcikciinn by feet of the course that their lordships had gome paragraphs which have recently np adopted. He had, thereforo, attempted to pcared in certain of thu English papers dissuade them from it, and he had not been relative lo the endeavor lo foreo thu trade able to conceal tho apprehensions with ot opium in the celestial empire contrary which ho looked upon Iho course taken, m the open iimii'l.iUu of the Emperor especially when, owing to tho distance from mandates founded on tho best and mod the scene, it was impossible lo hay in what enlightened principles condition of feeling these debates and this A ll who nro familiar with the dreadful bill would have been lar belter to leave tfiVcts produced by the excesnvo use of ministers to pursue their own course ; bill opium (fleets ton tims more lo be dep as their lordships hnd decided otherwise, recaied than those ntteoihnt on tlio ini tio would now state what ho meaul to do umdornle use of Fpiriuiou-t liquors must under Hint decision. rorpect tho motives which hnvo induced Ho ndmitted the informality of that par- thu Emperor of Cninn to forbid the impor--lion nf tho ordinance which npphed to a tation of ibis bilefnl drug into his exien- district beyond tlio jurisdiction ol the tiov- Kivi dominions. Thu opium trade has, ernnr Geucrnl, nnd ho had nlso been much however, long linen tho moat profitable truck by the argument that thu Govern- branch of comnicreo between the British incut had not the power to disallow a port of En-t Indies and the celestial Empire. The the ordinance, ond allow the other put of iho christian subjects of the British Govern same, with respect to n chartered colony, mcnt have held the monopoly of this trade, and that, under llise circumstances, he nnd its suppression of cou'sc interferes ought to advise Iter Majesty lo disallow the greatly with their gains. Behold them, viniiuiy oj uus aruumnee. ai ihu same M noroiorc, not content with smuggling the tunc, lo say Hint it was nil void, nnd that forbidden poison into the Chinese ports, the sentenced parties could be nllowed to but nctunlly oouiiiping vessels of war lu return, wns what he would not naturally n'.tnck tho rcvenuu bmita whose duty it is hnvo ndhorcd to. It wns Btrikinir at Ihu to enforce tho laws of tho emoiro. root of nil nuthority in that country. For Opium hns thus burn carried violently though liu ndmitted there were grave nrgu ond by f'orne, of arms iulo tho heart of the niuiits advanced concerning those who had Celestial Empire, by tho subjects and citi- nevur been taken, yet the character of zoiis of n nntion wliono efl'iris in tho cause Lord Durham was loo well known for nny of temperance have tnndu (hum remnrknblu body not to Mippnso Hint that ordiiinncu 0 the wliole world whoso exertions in was only held out ri terrovem, ond to keep rffe.cling Iho abolniun of slavery h.ivu '.hose parties from returning mid crr-iliug n involved them in irrcat troublo nnd cxnnnsu dnngerousstn'o.of circumstances. Ilo had, Lnd whose tendency to ultra sectarianism therefore, wished their lordships not to in ,a9 t,ccu n matter of history since thu dajs lerfere. He had, however, under ihe cir 0r C)livor Ciomwell. Nor can this oien cuinsiancca, come lo iho decision lo advise ymlntinn of moral mid international law bo her Mtjesly lo tlunlloio the validity of thc regarded ii.mely ns tho act of private indi ALLIANCE OP THE SOUTHEltN NULLlPIEPtS AND NORTHERN LOCO FOCOS. Tho following remarks upon iho now alliance between the Nullifies and the Loco Focos, ond upon tho threats of Mr. Pickcnt in the IIuuso of Representatives, to excite an insurrection ol the Northern laborers against Iho capitalists of the North, arc contained in John Q,. Adams's excellent letter to his constituents. Ilo is speaking of the 'oub-Treasury bill. At the winter session tho bill was again produced, with iho hard money section as ono of its constituent parts, but nflcr long discussion, nt the Inst debatable stage of the bill in the Bonnie, it was struck out Thus it enmo lu the House of lleproscntn lives, nnd llieru at Us lirtt reading wns treated like nn anti-slavery petition, laid on the table. But towards tho closo ol the session, it wns again obtruded on (he House in tho shape of a bill from tho Committee of Ways nnd Means. It was then much nnd well debated. It was tried with the hard money section and without it. Nulli ficnlieti and Slavery were its moat ardent and almost only patrons. I ho deadly hns lility of the slaveholder to all banking credit under lliu name of capital, displayed itself in dissertations to prove a natural hostility between capital nnd labor; stimulants to war between tlio capital and the labor of the North, and instigations, in tho shapo nf predictions, to the door of tho North, to demolish by lire the marble palneo in Chcsiiut street, ns the nnti-aboli tiouists ha.i demolished tlio Pennsylvania Hall. The condition of master and slave, is, by the laws of nature, and of God, a slate of perpetual, inextinguishable war Deeply oiiscioih of this, the slaveholder nollies Ins soul, by sophistical reasonings into n beliel lliat Una mme war cxis's in frco communities between the capitalist nnd the laborer. He builds up a theory that confounds poverty with slavery and ho snys to the Inborcr ol the North you arc poor, your next door neighbor is rich you nre compelled lo hnrd labor to earn your subsistence and that of your family you are a laborer ho is a capitalist you arc his slave there ia his banking house go and burn it down and I, for the sake. preventing my slaves from burning 1 down my plantation, will put in your hand tho torch to set fire to his marble palace in Chnsnut street. The slaveholder assumes it as an elo- nrcntary principle of hia system of policy, that the democracy of ni(m&ci- in tho frco Stutes is poor. Ho imagines that credit naturally and necessarily adheres to the wealthy. Ho is not aware that one cllect of aggregating f-ma.ll anil large sums lo. gcther to lorm the capital ol monied or industrious corporations, is lo impart to thu poor a participation in the profits of credit, and lo break down the wall of partition between tho poor nnd tho rich. Tho slaveholder strives to kindle the fires of mutual envy nnd jealousy between the different classes of men in tiio communities of tho free; nnd invokes the labor of tho North, as nn auxiliary defence to the Slavery of Ihe South. As nn attempt to sow the seeds of dis cord between the freemen of the North among themselves, it was mot and repelled with sober nrgumeiit and indignant remon strance. Pel haps it was right to forbear nil retorted invective and scorn, upon the peculiar inlUutioiH of the South. There is, indeed, n mnarkublo concurrence in represnnintivea from all tho free S'oies, and of all parlies to spare ihem ; (he inllu. enco of which I hnvo myself constantly felt. It was ono of iho principal rensons for my nlmnining to inko port in the de bales on nnv of the Snb-Tren?ur v bills. mouth, they elected thoir candidate by! twelve majority. In Minot, which gave Fairfield fivo majority, they also trium phed. So also in Bristol, tohcro they suc ceeded by filly majority. In Windham, which gave Fairfield twenty-eight ma jority, there is again no choice. Mount Desert ha? for the first timo in many years elected n Whig. The Election in this Stnto disappointed almost cvory one, last year, while not n fow havo been equally disappointed in tlio late canvass ; but, as it 6lrikcs us, with out just cause. " It will bo recollected that whilo tho votes of governor Kent were last year in creased muro than 10,000 over lliosc of the preceding year, those of his opponent wero increased littlo more than 1000. There ia again an increase of near 0,000 to the vote of gov. Kent this year, making nn increase of 1(1,000 in two years, while tho increase of tho opposing parly will not ex ceed 12,000 in tho same period. It i now apparent that both parties hsvo brought out their full strength i and if their rela tive numbers bo compared with those ol Iho cloclion of IC3G, it will bo found that the Whigs huvo gained upon thoir oppo nciils 3,000 votes a year. Tho same rate of increase for another year, will give them tho ascendancy. Theso facts do not indi cate a declining or nn unpopular cause. On the contrary, they show that the cause is a popular and a growing one that the peoplo arc becoming bettor acquainted with their beat interests and that nothing but perseverance, nud an adherence to their principles, on tho part of tho Whigs, is necessary to ensure them a complete triumph in Maine, as well as in a great ma jority of the S'ales." twocn Nashville and Clnrksvillc, wa9 kil led, on thu 271 h ult. by his own wife. In ono of his fits of drunkenness, ho com menced whipping her according lo custom, when sha seized a knife, and, with a singlo blow, severed the principal veins and arte rics of his neck. Ilo died in a few minutes. Music -Wo understand that Mr. and Mrs. Molt propose to give a musical enter tainment, in the courso of the ensuing week. SCHOOL niSTIUCT NO 13. Tlio inli.iliiiaiils of tictiool l)i.lr!cl No. 13, in llio town of Ihu liiilon, nic iriucilril lo inrui ul Julio lluwntdV llulul, this uicnhiK ul 7 o'clock, lo which time the meeting cl.-imls iidjoiirncil, to Hike inlo cuiiiidsi'.ilion ilic eiitiject of building u School Iloiio in f stid District. Hv order of Sqil. 2S. J!.',',Lil'.' ---NjJ'AL CM' BURLINGTON OA T I'Llfll ARRET. A rcinilof llio liiirliiiijlori Market will be nmdo for llio following week llnongli the monilia of Oct. mid November, commencing on Mnmliy nnd cor iccicil according lo Itiialiioii Mnikct viz. Iliir ioIIim;! cat I le mesa beef 8"'. 73c. No. 1, $5.25. iSo. 2, '1. 75 per cwi. l- ust raio Oxen lor lirii-liluii .Mnikct G, GOV. n 7. It. U. A. 1VIMDALL. jTAiritTi-j i In Rui-lini'lnn, nt Si. Pool's cliurcb, on Tuesday tlio 25iti inn, by the Rev. X, Thompson, Mr. Mo 9C4 T. li.ilcj to Mii9 J.ine A. Steers, bolh uf Col-clieslrr. In iMiiifix, on tho Iflth inst. by II. K, Hubbolf, En., Mi; A lon.j U. llm-li lo Miss Sophia Suule, butli of Fairfax. In this vill.igc, on the 2Gtli Inst, hv llio Rev. Si hi? A. Ciane, Solomon W. Jcuett, lf. of Wey. bridge, to ,Mi.3 M.iry C. Jewell, of cw f Invert, In (lmitlnginn, on ilia 231 inst, Mr. Philander F.ur lo Mim Maria Scott. In Huntington, on lliu 20 1 It inst, nt midnight, Mr. John Tinker, to Mi.'d lictrcy D.iiling, both ofiluu linglun. o i iTIT In Charlotte, on I lie 21st inst. Dea. Newton Rmsell, in ihu 77th jc.irol'lns ngo. In Richmond, on tlio 20ili inst. Abel Cooper; Esq. in llieOOth jear of hii nge. N, IS. l'lintcM in tli id st. no nro requested to no'icc llio abue dentil. inch Burlaps, for Wool and Hop Sack?, by WAIT &. TABOR- F It 1 I) A Y MORNINO, SEIWE.UUER 23. u-inc of the ordinance. (Cheers.) It wns with lceliiijs of great upprehnn. e ion, nut no una iiceii compulleil, It fol lowed, nlmost of enuree, that, thoordinnnce briiij illegal, nil that had boon done in ex ccuiion of it wns illegal, nnd iIiumi pnr'.irti who had paepcd anil executed it wero liable fn bo purmivd befnro courts ol jiihiico, nnd that hoiiio prnv.siuu was nerei-etuy. He would t--iipport lliu iudi'iiihity clniifc.' With respect to tho lirel clause, ho very Urnngly objected to it. Tliey had heard much about ihu Prohibition in tho coercion net a riiit-l nltennj,' acts of- Parliament. It appeared lo In tit that it would be niakini; ihu coercion net nbeiird, if Hint prohibition wns interpreted it menriiiifr nny nets bo- youd ih9 uct ol VJ nnu llio tenures act. vidunU, siiicq in Mich cases it is the duly of tho tfovernniont to interfere to take nn net i vc pail in thu suppression of Mich enormities. This duly they have ncglec led, nnd by that neglect encournjed tho mint lawless nnd unprincipled traflie the imiiojiinliun can HiiReht. And this, tou, nt tho very lime that tho very fame jjny armncut has been nud is exerlmu every nerve from inntivos of miHakcn ilnbinthro py to abolish klnvcrv in the West Indies nn experiment already attended with n train of ditlicultics and disasters which will coon ontiroly destroy Ihe prosperity of UitiM! l8lantls uuilor lliu It r it is h uwav. What will bo llio courso of thu Kmparor ol China in llio prctcnt uxincucv it it dim cult lo determine. Tbo most violent tcls Under our foreign head, tho roader will find somo interesting items touching mat-ictr- and things in Canada. The censure thus cast by Iho government upon Lord Durham, appears lo have been as little an. ticipatcd by that distinguished individual, us by the public generally in this country. Wo cannot but regard the mcaauro as captious and ill-advised in tho extreme, so far as the truo interests of the mother country are concerned. lut it is not our province to find fault in this respect. Lord Durham of course resigns his commission and the administration of the government fur the lime beii)g, it is said, will again dovolve on Sir John Colborn. That go. vemor must indeed be n wiso man, who can restore quiet, or sivo satisfaction to either parly in Canada, undor present cir. cumslances. Tho thini! is impossible. - MAINI2, Tho result of llio recent contest in Maine Ecem but to have inspired tho Whigs of that Stale with new zeal. Their tpirit is unconquerable, and liko true patriots they stand in firm array around the standard ol their country, resolved not to abate a tylhe of their exertions until thoy plant it ec curcly upon the ramparts of the conBlilu tiou. In n nnmbor of tho towns which failed to mako a choice of members on Iho regu lar day of tho election, there was a second trial on Monday wock. The Whigs ral lied with unbrokon courago,, nud so far as wo have board, wero Euccstifcl. In Fa Tho Croat Western arrived at N, York on the 2jth inst. in 10 days from Bristol. The only news of importance concerns the grain market. It is now fully ascertained that the crop is greatly deficient, both in quantity and quality, and largo supplies will be required from abroad, Good wheat was selling at g-2 25 per bushel. At any thing like Ibis price largo shipments will be made from this country, and wo may as well make up our minds for high prices to begin with. After a storm comes a calm. Tho Sen tinel has done groaning about the election, and, strange to say, yesterday's paper con tains not a word in reference to tho College. What can this mean ? Unless our eyes deceive us, tho proud swelling dome of the university, 6till lifts itself in solitary gran deur above " the democracy of numbers," and its vesper bell doubtless wake3 the s-lumbcrmg recollection of the sentinel to the awful fact that on " irresponsible cor poration" still exists. Does tho Sentinel mean to submit to this r faliado ot Dun Quixot, forbid! Some considerable light is thrown upon the result of ihe recent election in Maine by ihe following prophetic paragraph from a Report upon Executive Palronugc, sub mitted to the Senate in 182(3, by a commit tec, of which Martin Tran Burcn was chairman. When prophecies arc fulfilled, it often happens, as in this case, that the fulfilment is- principally brought tbnut by the contrivances of iho very prophets who uttered them. The paragraph to which we refer is as follows : We must look forward to the time when the public revenue w!l be doubled ; when the civil and mil dan officers of the ftderal government icill be quadrupled ; when uf injlucnce over individuals wilt be multiplied to an indifmile extent ; u-'ien the nomination oj Hie I'rcsulent can carry any man through the senate, and hh nr.coM- Sin.MMTION CAN CAnnV AM- .MUASUIli: ntnoufiii tub two uousr.s ot' co.NCituss ; u7ici the principle of public action will be open and avowed the President wants my vote, and I want ins patmnago j l will vote as he wishes, and he will give me the office I wish for. Sept. 27. NEW GOODS. A Groat Variety of New Goodi, just received at the New Cash Store modcrolcly cheap, bv Stpi. 27. WAIT nnd TABOR. CALICOES, Tor tho Fall and Winter, lastcst fashion", bv WAIT and TABOR. Sept. 27. RKNCII and ENGLISH MERINOS of superior quality bv WAIT &. TABOR. F A good lot of Gloves and Hose may bo found at WAIT & TABORS. Kill NO SHAWLS chenper thin ever, by WAI T nnd TABOR. COFFEE. Bags Lagucra, St. Domingo nnd Java Colic, for sale by Foi. LETT &. BnADI.ETS. Sept. 2 t, 1833. Bills, ofthn best ol W.nler Oil, for fale bv Fom.utt & Biiadlcys. Sept. 2.1. 50 40 On Consignment, tfji Granvilln made Iron Axlctre P double Wng..n--, for eale at $GO to G j each, by Fom.ktt &. Brunr.ivn. Goose Feathers. jj FIRST rniu nrliclc, for snlo by Sept. 27. W. R. F. C. VILAS. Dir T1N PLATE. 1 nn Boxes just ree'd and for file, by 1UU W. R. fcF. 0. VILAS. Sept. 27. SfflEEF'S PE1LTS. C1 ASH, and the highest market price, will be paid for sheep's pelt, by W. R. & F.C. VILAS. Sept. 20. Cm 150 AU.1IV MOVEMENTS. An official order from the War Depart mcnt directs the 4lh Regiment of Artillery now in this harbor, to embark at Fort Co lombtis, for the army in Florida, in time lo reach Carey's Ferry on Iho 10th Oct. Three companies of tho 1st Artillery, to bo designated by tho Colonel and Major of tho regiment, will go, without delay to Hancock Barracks, Mo., and relieve com panies C and E of tlio second infantry, which, with companies B and I of Uio pamo regiment, will conccntrato at Fort Columbus, with as littlo delay as practica ble, and iuimodiatnly thorcaftor, under the command of tho Lieut. Col., proceed to join tho Florida army via Carey's Ferry. X. Y. Gaz. . A company of U. S. troops, unuer onpt V day ,'an Ness, passed through tMs plaeo a fow ays siucc, on llieir way lo Troy, Vt. We find tho following complimentary notico in tho last I'latteburglt Republican. Cor.. Uno.Mi.Er begs leave to return his ilmnks to tho members ol tlio Burlinnton Band, who kindly offered their services and were reviewed with his Hcrriinont at I'lattfburgh on tho I lib nf September; And to say to them individually, and as hodv, that their skill as musicians and their L'ciitlcuianly conduct whilst nt this place does honor to their association and their village, nnd to their own characters as pri vate citizens. A MAN KII.I.K1) II JT IJ18 UWK WIFE. A man iiainod Lett, living on tbo road bo- Novascotia Plaster. Tons of Novaecotia Plaster to Bulk. 300 bb!s do do for calo by Foi.r.ETT &. Bhaui.et. Sept. 2-1. Af) Ilhds, Molasses of Various qnalitiaa and prices, for pale by Sepi. 2-1. FoM.r.TT & RnAnr.nv. 50 Doz. Simons & Co. .Cast Steel Axes, for sale by the box, ot manufacturers prices, by l-oi.r.cTT w liuAnr.Krs. Sept. 21. 20 Hhils. Muscovado. la do New Orleans, 15 boxes Philadelphia Loaf, for sale by Sept 2-1. Foi.I.RTT& BllAltl.Brs. N33W GOODS. . f frftHE ttibscribcrs are receiving i heir fall Goods, comprising the usual variety of Fancy and Staple Drv Goods. Groceries, Crockery &c. &c., and' will tell for casu al prices to suit customers. LATH HOP & POTWIN. Sept. 27, 11138. 73 .10 50 20 TEAS. Chests Hyson Skin Tea -ilo Young Hyson do do Old Hyson do jo Tonka do ,lo Souchong do 100 Caddies and Boxus Young Hy- son, 0 ami ' - pounds each. 50 do do Old do 0 nnd 12 pounds each. For sale lower llin n was over ofl'jred in this market. By Sepl.tG, 'dB. Fqi.i.i:tt & BrtAot.crs. n "jrtaf Bushuls of Rock Salt, n ,5"I7 superior nrticloto any ajt ovor oflered in Ibis market. 10.000 Bushels of Solar Salt 3 000 do Steam do 1100 Bbln. Fino do 250 Sacks of Liverpool ground Dairy For talo low by Sept. 21, FollAi St BttADLITI.

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