A ll>on Clmsc and A. n. IS'hbct, Editon.
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Friday, 5 o'clock, P. M. April 26, 1833.
A T a Meeting of Teachers hold in tho College
Chapel this evening, Dr. Church wus called to
the chair, and the following resolutions unanimously
Resolved, That a committee of three bo appointed
bv the chair, for the purpose of making such arrange,
ments as may be deemed necessary to receive and
entertain, during the meeting of the Teachers’ Socie.
ty, which is to convene on the 10th of June next,
those Teachers who attend from a distance ; and that
the same committee act, generally, as a committee
of arrangements and perform all such services as
shall tend to make tho .Society comfortable and easy.
Tho chair then appointed the Rev. Thos. W. Stan-
ley, Prof. James Shannon and Wm. L. Mitchell on
that committee, and the meeting adjourned.
!]. i Teachers, immediately on their arrival, will be
pleased to cal! on either of the above named com.
HT Mi. A. C. Marshall, of Auraria, Lumpkin
county, is authorised to act as agent for the Danner.
Any business for this office entrusted to him, wilhbe
duly attended to.
QTt Wo arc authorized to state that in consequence
of a considerable increase of machinery, to the full
extent of the power and capacity of their Factory, the
Athens Manufacturing Company are able to supply
all orders for yarns of any description, and that they
have now on hand n full and complete assortment of
the numbers usually in request. They keep also a
constant supply of strong and heavy cotton Ozna- I perity) because tho slavo portion of our population is
ences. The Clark party had the ascendency in the
Convention, and that it should, independently of fun.
damentat principles, have providod for its-particular
interests and views, is only what might have been ex-
pected; and we havo the charity and candor to ac
knowledge, that wo believe there exists no party ei
ther in or out of our State, who having tho power,
would be so very polite and magnanimous as to grant
to their opponents, when principles were not involv
ed, even an equality of benefits and advantages. But
alas! in the too eager grasp after power, tho majority
of tho Convention have, we verily believe, trodden
under foot principles as fundamental and, as dear to
the South us any contained in the holy ark of our
liberties! The rock on which is based the glory
and independence of the slave holding states, is the
federal basis of Representation. If that is held sa
cred at home, the flood of Northern malice and envy
will continue to lieat against it in vain—but touch it
with one rude blast of domestic violence—open but
the door to this flood, and sooner or later it must tot-,
ter to its foundation !
It is not our object at this time to go into a vindi
cation of the abstract question of right involved in this
system of representation. Suffice it to say, if the
system is an evil, it is, like that of slavery itself, such
an one as wo are compelled to cherish and defend,
on the principles of self-defence. When the consti
tution was formed, slavery was fixed immovcably on
the States of tho South. Tho black man, .from the
force of circumstances beyond our control, occupied
that place among us which was filled by white men
at the North and East. There, servants, (slaves'in
all but name) constituted a part of the body politic—
they wielded their due projmrtion of power, and
would consequently have given those states an undue
influence in the National Legislature of the .-o intry,
had not the South laid in, and suer ssfully too, its
claims to that system of representation which in-
eludes 3-5 of the black population. We look upon
this as a fundamental right of the South (and one that
can never be yielded but with our liberty and pros-
piiiiul compensation of tjollars and cents, would
thus carry sorrow and affliction of the darkest
kind, and domestic peace; destroying with the
burning breath of despair the pure and hallow,
ed feelings of parental love, is utterly un
worthy the title man.
UVr We noticed some time since the charge of a
correspondent of the Millcdgeville Federal Union, at
Washington City, implicating some of our Represen
tatives in the Cherokee Treaty affair. We then
gave it as our opinion that the Editors of that paper
had been most grossly imposed upon by their corres
pondent. The charge we viewed as preposterous and
ridiculous in the extreme. But it seems that some of
our Representatives, Messrs. Foster, Lamar and
so firmly fixed upon us that we can never exchange
it (however anxious we might be to do so) for the
LATER FROM EUROPE.
The ship Charlemagne, at New-York,
from Havre, brings papers to the 6th April,
and the ship William Byrnes, also at New-
York from Liverpool, brings London jour
nals of the 3d, and Liverpool of the 4th of the
same month. -
The Pacha of Egypt has refused to make
peace with Turkey on the terms proposed by
the French Ambassador at Constantinople.
The protested draft drawn by the Secreta
ry of the Treasury on the French Govern
ment, came back in the Charlemagne.
In the House of Commons, April 2d, a
clause was introduced into the Mutiny Bill,
then under discussion, abolishing flogging in
the army, except for open mutiny, thieving,
and drunkenness on guard. The vote was
151 to 140; majority 11. The announce
ment of the numbers was intended with loud
Gen. Guillcminot is definitively nominated
Governor of Algiers.
The subscriptions in Paris in behalf of the
ex-Ministcr Lufitte, amounted so far, to
about 300,000 francs.
Prince Talleyrand is as lively as a bird,
driving in all directions; and giving Lord Pal
merston no peace or quiet.—John Bull.
In our harmonious cabinet, the Lord Chan
cellor, the Duke of Richmond, Mr. Stanley,
and Sir J. Graham, are understood to take
one side; Lords Grey, Althorp and J. Rus-
sell, the other side. Lord Palmerston in
clines towards the strongest, as a matter of
course—Lord Goderich has nothing to say ;
Lord Holland does not interfere ; and Lord
o’clock yesterday, his majesty, attended by
Sir Herbert- Taylor, arrived at St James
from his Palace at Windsor.
On the 18th ult. at Naucoochy Valley, in Haber-
The Right Hon. E. J. Stanley was presen. I “"*• , WlLUAM3 ’, wife of , Ma >
ted^d »P»» bomg . P poi„. ■ j
ted Secretary ot Mate for the War Depart- ciuldren to lament her loss. Yet while they mourn,
ment arid the Colonies,and received theseals of a review of tho life and character of the deceased,
office, thfey having been resigned by Vis- P rese “ ts a ^*1™their sorrows. As a companion,
count Goderich.-” , circle by her manSTamu-
it. f* ~ xx i u I ble qualities—she was industrious, frugal, affec ion
Sir John Cam Hobhousc' was presented I ate and prudent—os a mother, she exercissd patUnce
and kissed, hands-on his toeing- appointed Se- kindness and tho ■ strongest ■ parental, regard—is a
cretary*'of IStefoffor If eland:' * • \ waghbor, she was university esteemed a*. a pattern,
Mr. Ellice was -1 presented and kissed hands forl j ersex *
. . - ... , I n - I she was a firm believer in the doctrines of religion
on his being appointed Secretary of War. and had in ear)y lifc atUched herself to the Method.
Viscount Goderich was presented and kiss- ist Episcopal Church. She lived an . orderly mem-
cd hands on his being appointed the Lord her of that society, out it was not until some weeks
Privy seal, and received the seals of office, beforo flGr death that she professed the “ full assur.
they hiving been resigned by the Earl of “““ »f tl.at ^riod she waited but the
^ ° ° J I will ot Heaven, to remove her from a world of suffer.
ing to enjoy the company of Angels and blessed
His Majesty then held a Privy Council at I spirits and to bask in the smiles of a blessed Redeem,
which Lord Stuart de Rothsay. was re-sworn er > in his kingdom of ultimate bliss and glory—
a Privy Councillor, as was also Sir Charles ' Communlcate d-
Franklin Sheriff’s Sale.
On the first Tuesday in July next,
W ILL be sold before tho Court House door' in
the town of Carnesville, Franklin county, the
following property, to wit:
Oue sorrel Horse, one saddle and bridle,
martingales and saddle blanket: levied on as tho
property of Vincent Boswell to satisfy a fi. fa. from
the Inferior Court of Franklin county, in favor of
Smith 4r Wright vs. Vincent Boswell maker,: and
Robert % JBonka endorser, • ,
Three hundred Acres of Lan*?, adjoining
Phillips and others-:levied anas the property of-John
B- M’Million to satisfy two fi. fas. in favor of Robert
Crump, and ono other fi. fa. in favor of A. E. Whit.
Levy mado and returned to me by a constable.
C. W. BOND, Sh’ff.
Will he sold at the same'time and place,
One Negro Boy Green, about twelve years
old, one Negro Girl Mary, about thirteen years oid :
levied on as the n, .
more favored slaves of the North, who there, as they Carlise is not consulted Albion. .
would here, exert a due influence in the affairs of the
Govcmmert. And because from the force of cir
cumstances, nearly one half of our population is
doomed to political disfranchisement—fixed by fate
Several petitions were presented in the
House of Lords on the 1st ult. praying for
the better observance of the Sabbath. Sev
eral petitions were also presented praying for
upon our soil, and against our will, must these our ; jj ie abolition of slavery in the West Indies.
Clayton, thought it of sufficient importance to merit
a contradiction. They have severally addressed the
public on the subject; and in throwing off'from them,
selves the imputation, they have vindicated with their
own, the innoccncy of their colleagues.
misfortunes make us “ hewers of wood and drawers
of water” to our more fortunate neighbors of the
North ? No, but this would inevitably be the case,
were our basis of representation fixed on free white
population alone. Nor docs this system act uneqally
on the people, as some would have it. The number j Tuhncl, in which the projectors state that
of our Representatives in Congress is fixed agreeably the work is likely to be abandoned, unless
to the Federal Basis—including the whole of the free the House would take some steps to assist
Another Fa.lure.—'The late Cherokee Council has I ' vhit0 P°P ulation an ' J 3 5 of tI,e s,aves: an(1 in elcct - I them to complete it. The petitioners had ex-
Lord Grey expressed a wish that emancipa
tion should be as speedy as it could be rcn.
In the House of Commons a petition has
been presented in relation to the Thames
Mr. Allice was introduced and sworn in a
Privy Councillor, and took his scat .at the
Viscount Goderich was sworn into office
as Lord Privy Seal.
Mr. Stanley was sworn into office as Se
cretary of State for the Colonial Depart
The entree leveq was attended by
The Russian and French Ambassadors,
the Bavarian,Prussian, Swedish, Wirtemberg,
M exican, Hanoverian, Belgian, Saxon and
Dutch Ministers ; the Sardinian, U. States
and Turkish Charges d’Affaires, &c.
The British House of Commons adjourned. I he published
on the 4th, to meet again on the 15th April,
for the Easter holidays. .
The accounts received a few days since
from Portugal,* via Boston, of a skirmish be
tween the armies of Don Miguel and Don
Pedro, in which‘the latter gained some advan
tages, are confirmed.
Ii^iVriR«m OF GEORGIA.
Extract from the minutes of the Board of Trustees at
their meeting in August, 1832.
O N motion of IIowcl Cobb, Esq.—Resolved, that
all graduates of this College on making appli
cation for the second, or master,s degree,shall furnish
tho Board with the certificate of some respectable or
distinguished individual of their good moral charac.
ter, and respectability in the community in wliich
Resoived, further, that all graduates, of other Col
leges,applying for tue second degree,shall furnish the
Board with their diplomas, anu a certificate of some
distinguished or respectable individual, of their good
moral character and respectability in the communi
ty in which they reside.
Resolved, further, that the foregoing Resolutions
ASBURY HULL, Secretary.
BJ* Editors of Newspapers friendly to the inter
est of this Institution,will confer a favor by publish,
ing tiie foregoing two or three times in their papers.
June 1—11—3t. •
| HIE subscriber having disposed of ins property
-M. on Front street, and anxious to close ms ousi -
The latest news from Oporto state, that ness, solicits all who aro indented to him cither by note
Admiral Sartorious, with the fleet, continued accouut,or to tne late firm of Witter & Moreland, to or
at the Bavonn Islands; that on the part of I co.no forward and pay the same without further'de
himself and crew he had demanded 20,000/ lay t0 .-JAMES WlilER.
from Don Pedro ; and, in the event of non- B;~Tbo ^bscribcr will sell the remaining part
. •‘i, ' r~ . ■ , , , 1 ot Mock, consist, rig ot Boots and a hoes and otner
compliance py the nrst instant, had threa- articles, at Auction on Saturday the 8th iust. at 10
teneu foprocee(f ( with all the ships to Guernsey, o’clock A. M. next door to Drs. Linton & Bacon,
again broken cp without co ning to any thing deci-
sive on the subject of the liberal propositions made
by the General Government for the removal of this
tribe west of the Mississippi. These people seem to
be tailoring under some strange hallucination of in
tellect or delusion of heart. Divided among them,
selves, with tho whole weight of the Government ar-
rayed against I hem—the tide of white population rol
ling in upon them like the waves of a great sea—
poor, dispirited and impotent, they yol cleave to the
mad councils of selfish and unprincipled men, and
resolve to remain where they arc, surrounded by all
these sickening and discouraging circumstances, rath
er than yield submissively to that alternative whic!
would p! :cc tl cm in comparative happiness and pros
perity. We learn from the Western Herald, that ma
ny of their leading men were in favor of closing in at
once with the very liberal offers, made by the Gene
ral Government, for thoir removal; but that John
Ross, who still sways the destinies of this unfortu.
nate jieoplo, decided otherwise! He had but to speak
and every thing bent to his will!
It is furthor reported, however, that a treaty will
assuredly lie effected next winter—perhaps some short
time after the lxl Monday in October next.
ing them, the individual who does not own a slave
has just os much influence, as he who owns a thou,
sand. And so it is at home ; for the slave popula.
tion of a county gives no advantage to the owners
pended 170,000/. upon the work hitherto ; and
although they had met with difficulties far
beyond any thing which had been anticipa
ted, and thereby the expense of the underta-
over the humblest citizen who labors with his own i king had exceeded the original estimates, yet
hands for his daily sustenance. But however une
qual so no may conceive to be the operation of this
system at home, they should recollect that in submit
ting to it, they preserve thereby, in full vigor, their
National rights, and that by ibandpring it they
would sacrifice for a “ mess of pottage,” their birth
rights as free citizens of a sovereign and independent
There are other objectionable features in the pro
posed amendments, which we shall notice in due
Sir John IVL D'hyle and Capt. Crosbie whom
the admiral atrested, had been allowed to pro
ceed again to Oporto, Sartorious retaining
The affairs of both armies arc in a wretch
Please take Notice*
i DO herooy notify all l'in Fl-te Workers, that
am the Patentee of the newly invented Douule
Reflector Tin Bane Oven ; and further, that I will
prosecute all tiiose infringing on the patent contrary
The late Convention.—From tho beginning of the
last year, the i. me wo commenced our editorial labors,
up to tho close, of the late session of the Legislature
of this State, the subject of reform in the present sys
tem of our Legislative bodies, lias engaged much of
our thoughts, and what little zeal and influence we
were capablo of wielding in its behalf. We were
steadily -and pcrsoveringly its advocates. W T o look
ed upon the evils of an overgrown and still growing
representation in both branches of our Legislature,
and tho inequality of that representation, as rapid,
ly increasing e xcrcscencics on our body politic, which
had already become so burthensome as to retard its
free and active energies, and to threaten hereafter,
seriously, the very existence of the patient. To a
Convention of the people we looked for relief. We
called, with others, loud and long upon this physi.
cian, under whoso healing hand we hoped to sec our
suffering Statu restored to its wonted health and vig
or. He came ; but not with “ healing on his wings!”
Instead of administering the restoring antidote,
deadly drug lias ticen offered, which if taken, will
slowly, but assuredly, prove ruinous and destructive !
Can we then 1« blamed for rejecting the propositions
of the late Convention because wo may have been
somewhat instrumental in calling that body into ex
istence ? If we were to call in a physician, in whom
we have confidence, to a suffering and dear friend,
should we from that circumstanco sit tamely by and
sec administered to that friend, under the guise of an
antidote, the most sure and deadly poison ? No, we
think not. We should discard him at once, and
leave our fric ad to suffer “ the evils that be,” or go
in search of noro virtuo, skill and integrity for his
relief. Precisely in tins light do wo view the prac
tice of the la .e convention of Doctors at Millcdge
ville ; and if the people are willing to swallow tho
doso prescribed by thorn, they must do it willfully
blind to its .rue character; Tor if wo mistake not,
the now sleeping energies of a free press will ho
Health r.s affected hi/ Dress.—If we professed the
doctrines of the Maltlius school of political econo,
mists, wo might go on to argue that tho great mor
tality and injury to health, produced by the prevail,
■ng fashions of the day among Females, conduced in
some mail or other to the happiness and prosperity of
the world ; hut as we do not belong to that school,
we must he pardoned for advancing a speculation
(not opinion) of our own on this subiect; which if it
does not go to prove them blessings, very rationally
proves them not to be curses.
Dr. Mussey in his address says : “ In Christian
countries greater numbers (of Females] have died by
the corset than havo perished in India in the waters
of the Ganges, and on tho funeral pile, and before the
car of Juggernaut.”
Now it is a well known fact that there aro as many
females born into the world as there are males. Of
the latter, thousands and tens of thousands are carri
ed off annually by wars, the occan.drunkenncss &c. to
which modes of destruction the latter are scarcely at
all liable. If, then, natural causes only operated to
sweep from the earth tho fair sex, why" the world
would soon be overrun by “ God’s last, best, gift,”
and man placed in a state scrveillancc the most vile !
May it not be, then, that this inordinate passion, cal
led vanity, which carries off so many of the fairest
portion of creation, was placed in their bosoms for the
wise purpose of producing (through self destruction)
that equilibrium between the sexes, which can alone
secure to the " lords of creation," all their rights,
privileges and immunities ?
But to be serious. We call the attention of parents
and our fair readers particularly, to the outlines of.
Prof. Massey’s address on this subject, which will be
found on tho last page of our paper this week. We
have seen much to convince us of tho deleterious ef
fects of the present fashionable modes of dress on the
health and usefulness of females, but never any thing
that impressed those truths so irresistibly and con
clusively on our minds. The character and standing
of Dr. Mussey, together with his extensive acquaint
ance with physiological subjects, Bhould commend his
warnings and advice to tho most serious attention of
Franklin, April 26—A gentleman just
r.»m Alabama states, that the girl—Caroline
liuwkius Bullock—who was recently adver
tised in many of the public prints, as « lost,”
aro ised throughout our borders, and a flood of light I has been discovered and restored to her dis-
poured around the preparation which will enable them I tressed and almost heart-broken parents.—:
to s; e it in it« true character, unless they keep their I She had been stolen away by some abandon
eyes obstinately closed"to its influences. I ed miscreant, who after blacking and disgui
So ns of our friends object to the proposed amen !. | sing her features so effectually as to prevent
there now remained no doubt that every pos
sible difficulty would be overcome, if tiie funds
could be raised. The tunnel had been car
ried through water, and, what was more dif
ficult still, through sand and loose strata.—
The site of the tunnel was two miles distant
from London bridge. Now the distance of
Westminster bridge from London bridge is
only two miles. There are three free bridges,
and two on which toll is taken, Waterloo and
Southwark bridges, in that interval. The
importance of such a communication as the
tunnel, two miles below London bridge, might
be inferred from this fact—that in the single
month of July, 1811, 99,000 passengers pas
sed over London bridge, and 66,000 over
Blackfriars, and at present the toll bridges,
(Waterloo and Southwark bridges) paid, the
former 14,000/. and the latter 16,000/. collec
ted principally in pence.
The following are the observations of the
Morning Herald on the state of affairs in Tur
TURKEY AND EGYPT.
London, Ajtril 3.—Considering our rela
tions with the Ottoman Porte, we conceive
(and in this we are supported by the general
feeling here,) thtt our Government cannot
be too sufficiently alive to tho passing events
in the Mediterranean. The voracious and
self aggrandizing Russian Eagle, .iow hovers
over the Turkish empire with a gloating de
sire to pounce upon it with her talons, at the
first fitting moment. When we contemplate
what may be the result of the proposed alter-
ationson our Oriental empire, must press
upon the public attention the important neces
sity of preserving ourselves the integral pow-
per of an over-land communication with India.
From information we have reason to believe
that the French and English Cousuls struck
their flag at Smyrna immediately on the oc
cupation of that place by Ibrahim Pacha.—
By the tenor of the account from Vienna, it
has been supposed that some great political
movement is anticipated, since they bring a
decline in the funds ot 1 per cent. 1
The Trieste Observer of the 23d ult. says
—“ According to accounts received here by
vessels from the Levant, the Porte would
cede to Mehcmet Ali all Syria, with some
adjoining tracts of land, on condition of his
delivering up his fleet as a token of his sub
mission. Mehemet Ali, it is said, demands
Syria and part of the coast Caramania, and
insists on keeping his fleet and army, but of
fers to pay within four years, eight millions
of dollars, which the Porte owes to Russia.
The Egyptian squadron is again in good con
dition, and four new vessels are ready to sail
from Alexandria, where an expedition is fit
ting out for Carmania and Tarsus. Ali Pa
cha is still in Egypt. Report savs that he is
The following private correspondence of I to la
the London Times is published in that paper 1 hero are those who think that by altering-the
r , ... . form ot the Baker tliey clear their skirts ot the law;
ot the 4th of April, and although some of the j therelbro wish tho J l0 cxamine the bw for the ^
writer s speculations, which we have omitted own g 0od .
to insert, indicate that he is a warrii partizan, Athens Juno 1—11—5t.
and strongly opnosed to the measures of the I The Southern Recorder will please publish the
British Ministry in relation to Holland, yet | above onc month, and forward their account,
the facts that he states go far to show that Jk/9 w • '
the prospect of continued peace in Europe e/w t^
is daily diminishing.
A LL persons a-vi.ig ueioands against tiie Estate
Brussels, Tuesday Morning, April 2—| iaL . _
of Charles aims, late of Madisojj county, de.
The accounts from Holland to-day are very I ceased, are requested to present them in terms of the
warlike, and fully prove the determination of * uw > an ^ *R persons indebted to said Estate are re.
the Dutch not to submit to theterms England quested t0 comc forward ^ Pff£® nt '
and France wish to impose on them. The ~
whole of the anny is in motion towards the
frontiers, and the Landsturm, composed of
eighteen battalions, have had their officers
appointed. The Prince of Orange is occu
pied in inspecting the difierent fortresses.
The Duke of Saxe Weimar has reached his
Clark Sheriffs gale*
On the First Tuesday in July next,
ILL be sold before the Court House door in
tho Town of Watkinsville, Clark county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following proper-
head quartefs, ahd the soldiers on leave of t y ,towit:
absence have received orders to join their ^* ve hundred sixtv-six acres of land, more
respective corps with the least possible delay. I or lcss ’ wo!1 improved, lying on the north fork of the
levied on as tho property of Lewis Ralston, to satisfy
a fi. fa. in favor of John A. P. Knox vs. Lewis Ral-
One grey Horse: levied on ns the proper
ty of John M. Albritton to satisfy a fi. f a . i 9suod .f rom
Elbert Superior Court in favor of Thomas J. Clark
vs. John M. Albritton.
SAMUEL KNOX, D. Sh’ff.
Madison Sheriffs gale*.
On the first Tuesday in July next,
ILL be.sold at Court House in the Town of
Danielsville, Madison county, within tho UBfi-
al hours of sale, the following property, to wit:
One hundred and fifty Acres of. Land,
more or less, adjoining George Gray and others: lev
ied on as tho property of William B. Gassctt, to sat-
isfy a fi. fa. in favor of N. II. Bullock vs. said Gas.
Fi. fa. issued from a Justice’s Court. Proper-
Levy made and
ty pointed out by William Bane,
returned to tne by a constable.
RICHARD B. GHOLSTON, Sh’ff.
June 1. ' •
RABUN POSTPONED SHERIFFS SALE;
On the first Tuesday in July next,
'TfyJ ILL bo sold at the Court House in the town
\ <* of Clayton, Rabun county, within the usual
hours of 8alo,the following property, to wit:
Lot of Land No. 41 in the first District of
Rabun county : levied on as the property of Thomas
Woods to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor o* Joel Dickinson
vs. Thomas M. Woods and Robert Woods. Levy
made by T. M. Henson, former sheriff.
The Eiist part of Lot No. 15, in the first
District of Rabun county: lcviod£onau the property
of Martin Culbertson, to satisfy a"fi. f< Ri. in favor of
Jucob C ipchart vs. said Culbertson. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
ELISHA WELLBORN, Sh’ff.
T HE Public is respectfully informed, that this
Institution is now in operation, under tho
charge of Mr. J. N. Waddel, a graduate of Franklin
The terms of tuition, aro twenty.five dollars for tho
academic year. The health of the place, and tho
other advantages of the Institution, it is hoped, will
secure for it a share of the patronage of the friends
of Literature. JOHN A. COBB,
Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Athens, 11th May, 1833.—8tf.
(£T There will be three CAMP-MEET-
INGS held in the Appalachie Circuit the pres-
ent year, to commence as follows:
Haystan’s Camp-Ground, in Greene county, on the
night of the 9th of August.
Watkinsville Camp.Ground> in Clark county,' on
the night of the 4th of September. ?
Cherokee Corner Camp-Ground, on the night of
the 20th of September.
Each of which will continue at least four days;—
The Preachers are invited to each of those meetings-
WM. J. PARKS.
May 18, 1833.
r • ••• l j . j . .• . i Oconee River, adjoining Scogins and others. Also,
Louis Philip has adopted anew tactic one [madrcd and J thirt / ;icri , s S of land> raore or , e ss,
currv favor with the Belgian army. He is
army, tie is | very well improved, adjoining the Town of Watkins-
distributing the order of the Legiort of Hon- villc, George W. Moore, and others: levied on as
or, with the prodigal hand of a spendthrift.— the property of Robert R. Harden. Also, one Ne-
Ask and have is the order of the day, and a U™ wo ™ an b * th ? , narnc of , HoU J’’ ab °ut 21 or 22
.. , . m ., . . . . . , I years of age: levied on as the property of John C.
polite note to theTuiler.es, is sure to bring by j ohnson t “ satisfy a fi . fa . in fav V” f ft. W . Seovell
the next conveyance, the useless bauble— & Co. vs. Robert R. Harden and John C. Johnson,
The Legioh'tt&itinor is how as common in I and other fi. fas. vs. said Harden and Johnson.
Belgium as the Golden Spur of Rome. th e right, title and interest of James T.
It is said that the army of the North IS to I Whitehead in and to three Negroes, to wit: Celia a
go info camp during the summer, in the neigh- I woman about 19 yours of age; Lucy a woman about
borhood of St. Omer and Maubeuge.
Private letters were received at Brussels on
the second oFApril from Vienna, announcing |
it as certain that 6000 Russians had disem
barked near Constantinople—hut as no dates
are given, we are left to conjecture as to the
authenticity of the report.
17 years of age, and Anderson a boy about two years
of ago : levied on as the property of James T. White-
head, to satisfy two fi. fas. from a Magistrate’s Court
in favor of William Sisemqre vs. James T. White
head. Levy made and returned by a constable.
ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sh’ff.
nionls of tin Constitution on party ground*, xii
say, if adopted, they will give a lasting and unoound
ed influence to the Clark Party. This would be
trivial objection if that ascendency was to be obt lin
ed on just, fair and oquitablc principles. We shoul
never have raised a murmur against the details of the
new project proposed by the Convention, however
they might have affected us on mere party grounds.
ici'ction, hod taken her about twenty-five
miles from home and sold her ns a negro
slave. Can such a tale be true ? Then ought
the human fiend, the God forsaken recreant,
> be held up to the scorn and the contempt,
1 'd the e xecration of the whole Community !
fhe wor d is bad enough, God knows, but this
s A deed of surpassing villany. The being
Me know enough of party feelings and party preju-1 r h at could thus vilely trample down the best,
dices, to grant and pardon something to their influ-1 the kindest feelings of humanity—that for the
LATEST FROM ENGLAND.
The packet snip Monongahela, at Philadel^ ^
phia, brings Liverpool papers to foe 8th and*
London to the 7th April.
Nbw Ministers.—It will be perceived from
the extracts from the Court Newsman, that
the change in the British Ministry was more
extensive than was expected or intimated by
our last advices.
-Rtwt the Court Newsman.
Tiie Kino s Levee, dec.—Soon after oae
TOR THE SOUTHERN BANNER.
THE motive of courtship at tiie pres
Cupid, thou changeful roving' boy,
In times of old the source of joy
And god of tender passion;
Why hast thou changed, ah! why arrayed
Thy lovely form in masquerade,
v And bow.’d tp tyrant fashion ?
Where are thy smiles, so warm, so bright ?
Where is thy torch of waving light,
That claimed tho minstrel’aduty ?
All, all, alas! have had their day,
And ancient fashions must not sway
The heart of modem beauty.
No more thy myrtle wreath of truth
Entwines the brows of blooming youth;
But now thy hoary suitors, '
To pay then, toll submissive wait,*
To offer at thy golden gate
A passpor^ signed by Plutus.
Madison Sheriff’s Sale.
On the first Tuesday in August next,
W ILL bo sold at the Court Honse in the Town
of Danielsville, Madison county, within the
usual hours of sale, tho following property, to wit
Five thousand Acres of Land, more or less,
or so much as lie in Madison county, of two five
thousand acre tracts of land, adjoining each other ;
part of which lie in Clark and part in Madison coun
ty on the waters of Trail and Sandy Creeks, granted
to Count Dc Estang, taken as tho property of Rosalie
Do Trobriand, alias R. Gauvaine to satisfy a mort
gage fi. fa. isstfed from Madison Superior Court, in
favor of John Nisbet vs. the said R. Gauvaine
Property pointed out by said Mortgage.
One hundred and fifty Acres of Land, more
or less, lying on the, waters of Fork Creek, adjoining
lands of James Power and James H. Patton: levied
on as the property of Stephen Rowe, to satisfy a mort
gage fi. flu issued from Madison Superior Court, in
favor of Jesse Power and James Power, Execu
tors of Thomas M. Grimes, deceased, vs. said Rowe.
Property pointed out by said mortgage.
RICHARD B. GHOLSTON, Sh’ff.
June 1. *
r HE Subscribers having just opened an Assort
ment of New and Fashionable Spring Goods,
offer them for sale on the most reasonable terms.
T. HANCOCK & CO.
Macon and Ltard.
LARD,for sale by the subscriber, livingnear Jefferson,
Jackson county. He will dispose of the Bacon at i0
cents round, and the Lord at the same price.
WM. D. MARTIN.
J UST opened and for sale by the subscribers a
fresh supply of Fashionable
No more thy vassals deck thy shrine,
With offerings from the tuneful nine,
Thy taste is cloyed with honey;
More solid gifts thy favor prove,.
And thou deniest thy smile to love,
TUI love is join’d with money.
Then how <S*b I, a lowly bard,
Attempt to prove my fond regard;
jT’SflJl t m«-
Thou qeoro’Atthe gift of former hours,
The t^rtSthj of vrild Pomaasian.flowers,
Ttfined’ty an humble poet.
lit" •\ .
I will not boast of changeless truth,
Nor plead to? claims of blooming youth,
Those once allowed essentials,
No—modern taste shall guide my muse.
Bank notes shall be my billets-doux.
And guineas- my credentials.
. v ... . . . VIRTOUOS.
A GREEABLY to the last will and testament of
Dobny Gholston, late of Madison county, de.
ceased, and by order of the Honorable the Inferior
1 Court of said county when sitting for Ordinary pur-
( poses, wUl be sold at the Court House in. the town of
Danielsville, Madison county, on the first Tuesday in
August next, two Negroes, to wit: Jane a woman,
about 33 years old, and Syrena a girl about 16 yo -.n
jold. Sold as’the property of the heiw v of Nancy
Sisson, deceased, and for their benefit. Terms made
known on tho day of sale.
ZAC1IARIAH GHOLSTON, Agent.
i j LANKiS for enabling U. S. Pensioners to draw
•* their money, just printed and for sale at this
Office. Price, 25 cents each
READY 1ADE CLOTHING,
Black and blue Frock and Press Cloth Coats.
Crape Camblet Dress Coats.
Do. Frock do.
Do. Coatees. •
Crape Camblet Pantaloons.
White and brown Linen Drill do.
Rrown Linen Pantaloons.
English Silk Vests.
Fancy Marseilles do.
Fine White do. do.
White and Brown Round Jackets, &c. &c<
T. HANCOCK, & CO.
P 3ft sale at this Office, a complete Set of Print
ing Materials for newspaper, job or book work,
in good order, but portly worn. The Press is one
of Smith’s Patent, of a' largo taper-royal sizeA—
Athene, May IS.
4o* &000 3X&S3&&*
T HE Subscriber begs leave to inform the citizens
of Athens and its vicinity, that he has returned
to this place, and opened a shop next door to tho
store of J. Heard & Co. for carrying on the above
He has also on hand a large and splendid assort
ment of GOCfDS, consisting of -
Cloths, Cassimeres and
Which he wUl make to order in the best maiiner and
most fashionable style, and at tho shortest.notice^,
N. B.—During my absence at any time, Mr. Fiy-
>etr who is - an able and expe rienced workman' from
New-York, will attend to my business.-:
Athens, May 25—10—-tf. :1 :