ny jIybon Bartlett.
ytaon Telegraph ii published every Wed-
Office on Mulberry Street, en«t aide.
* t h rbe DoM-ars a year, if paid in ad-
l *'' ro0Il noi-tARS, if not paid before the
■■■ ” car , Subscribers living at a distance
, i all cases to p»V In advance.
It r*r i ■ ■
up Copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the subscribers tinder the firm of
1 i- Jonei, t» this day dissolved by mutual
9 The unsettled' business of the concern
l./tended to by David Ralston, who can be
* t L store of Robert S. Patton, (their old
, orSer of Cherry and Third ..reels.
) corucr o p^viD RALSTON.
82 JOHN L. JONES.
5£jVNTON 6l SMITH,
-\KE liberal advances an Cottou in store
and on shipments, also on notes and oth-
rmrertv deposited iu their hands.
JT ^ are Houses are more convenient to the
““'art of the town than any other, possess-
1 advantages of a wharf, and are more ex-
froin danger by fire, than any o her m Ma-
May Zo h*
WARE MA NUPACTURER.
HuioKBHr. tSEAll THIRD STREET.
.ip subscriber manufactures aud keeps con
stantly on hand, a general assortment of
Tin Ware. r ,
, he will sell wholesale and retail at fcavan
Lh or Aususts prices*
lion WORK done at the shortest notice at
1 t«m on Third street, next door to Ellis, Shot-
. 7r 0 WILLIAM S. ELI.IS.
(tiers sent to EW», Shotieell If Co. will re-
, prompt attention.
[Nov 11 17
MACON, GEORGIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY II, 1832.
Yol. VI—No, 28.
HIE copartnership, heretofore existing ua
,ler the firm of
“kELLUM & HOUGHTON,
this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
Liucss will be conducted by KELLliM individ-
allr—all contracts raado by the firm will be set-
i by Kcllum. R £ LL1]M & HOUGHTON.
Tho Macon papers will givo the above a
L insertions, and forward the accounts to For-
kth, for payment to J. R. Houghton.
I LaGrange, Troup county, Juno B, I8.fi.,
HE subscribers will pay liberal prices for a
Wo Rent. ,
THE dwelling over tho store or .4.
P. Patrick tf Co., well calculated for
: a private Boarding House, at present
koccupiotl by Seth Lewis. A Iso, the
htore occupied by W. T. Sage. Possession given
[fter the 1st of October next. Apply to
MELROSE KIDD, or to
A. P. PATRICK.
| June 55 155 tf
I leave E.L.SIIF.LTON
'bb my agent during my ha
senco from Georgia, who is
‘duly authorized to collect tho
accouuts of Lewis Pitch and
i tf IVordin; and 1 would once more invite
boss indebted to call and pay the same, (as long
Mits will not mako long friends.)
MacnuJuno 1 147-4t LEWIS FITCH.
Ter cent, cheaper than ever!
1 JOB MAGIE
» just opening a very estenstve and splendid as-
sortipent of (.001)8, which has been selected In
. the NEW YORK MARKET
by himself, from the latest importations, which are
(Mrtienlarly calculated for this market, and which will
be dispoicd of fully
twenty-five run. cem*.
chenper'hnn nver. These goods are of Hie Intest style
and most fashionable patterns, and are offered to his
Friends and the Public
with confidence fully assured, that not only the style
hut prices will fully meet their approbation. Their
attention Is requested to the same—a few of the arti
cles are mentioned, viz;
200 pieces Calicoes and Prints, some very rich.
Extra fine Furniture Calicoes and Common.
f>0 places fine Parish Muslins nnd Ginghams, plain
and Striped, figured nnd striped Mandarines. Saragos
sa* black and purple Grndeswiss and Italian Silks
Watered Grodenap. black and brown colored do ,
Hcrenni Gauzes, Orleans Robes, painted Pntmnrines
and Crape Deleon. Hark and colored Silk. Cnmblets
and Prlncettas. fine French bombasines. Blond Gauze
Veils (some extra sizes). Satin Strews Scarfs Fancy
Handkerchiefs and Shawls, very rich, sett Cap and
Belt Ribbons new patterns. Thread Ijicrs and Insert
ing*. also Edgings nnd Footings, checked and striped
Muslins. Jaekonet. Swiss nnd Cambric do., one case
ern«s bleached Irish Linens assorted. Long I.nvvns,
Linen Cambrics nnd Cambric Handkerchiefs, Super
Vestings, plaid and plain Drillings and fine French
Linens, Pnngeesnnd Ponge Handkerchiefs, Dandan-
na and Flags, Gloves and Mitts assorted.
DO dozen Silk. Cotton, Randon Hole and half
100 Parasols and Umbrellas, very neat and rich.
100 pieces Mosquito Netting.
Rand Dags and Purses. Shell Tuck and Side Combs.
Cambric and Furniture Rcmities nnd Cotton Fringes.
6. 7, 8, 0, JO. II and 12 by 4 Damask Table Cloths.
Table Covers, Dunstable and Straw Bonnets. Palm
Leaf Hats Black and Drab Beaver Hats, latest fash
ions, Travelling Caps and Trunks.
10 bales Sheetings, Shirtings and PInids.
GOO lbs spun Cotton, Tickings, Osnaburgs, Cot
ton Cards. &c.
Alto, an extensive assortment of Perfumery, Soaps,
Oils, Powder, Powder Boxes nnd Puff*. Erosive Balls,
Cologne, Honey and Ruse Waters, Otto of Roses,
&n. &c. Also.
3000 pair Shoes and Pumps assorted, and
100 pair Morocco and Calf Bonis, some very
neat nnd fine.
And a very large supply of
Saddles. Bridles, I&artinga]
SADDLE AND TRAVELLING BAGS,
&e. &c. &c.
Together with a general assortment of
Hardware Sf Cutlery
of all kinds that is wanted in tills market; also CAR
PENTF.R’S TOOLS of all kinds. BLACKSMITH
TOOLS, Cross cut and Mill Saws, Guns, Rifles, tfc
Also a supply of Crockery, China and Glass Ware
Also 10 dozen superior Coif Skins. Gining nnd
Rinding Skins, 8ole Leather. Gin Bend Leather. &c,
And a supply of GROCERIES, FAMILY MEDI
Macon, April 20 129
C9 can notv be furnished with books.
A large collection of Miscellaneous works will
i appropriated to the Library! and a number of
periodicals, together with many other valuable
works to afford general interest, will be added as
soon as practicable.
Persona wishing to become subscribers, Vvill
dense call on Mr. John H. Ellis. (who will act as
librarian,) oy at the store, where a catalogue of
the books can be seen.
April 10 121 ELLIS. SHOTWELL&Co
J UST received a few case* gentlcmdn’s fash
ionable Beaver HATS,
dec 22 53 \VM. H. BURDSALL.
T HE subscribers have on the rivcf, and wilt
receive in a few days.
1060 pieces Hemp Bagging.
They have made arrangements with their friends
in Savannah and Charleston to be regularly top-
plied throughout the season, and they will at all
times be prepared to sell at the lowest market
prices nnd on a long credit.
May 15 141 REA & COTTON.
Cabinet BSakor’s Shop,
The undersigned hnviug purchased
tho interest nnd taken the shop lately
.occupiedby Mr. C. Coupee,on Cher-
' ry street, a few doors above Clarke’f
Hotel, take this opportunity of tender
ing to their friends and the public their
[ervices in tho
Cabinet Making Business.
They will at nil times koep on hand a good sup-
sly of .Materials, and ho prepared to execute ev-
^ description of work in their Hue.
“Mebonrds, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Bookcases,
•s, &c. Ac. raado to order.
Every description ofTURNING done as above
Blaving a largo and excellent Turning Lathe, (the
ply one of tho kiud in the place,) they will be
ppsred to turn HOUSE COLUMNS, Ac. at
diortnoticp JAMES A. HALL,
17 52 JOHN MORELAND
7i A A GALLONS of first rate, three year,
IWW old VINEGAR, for snlo at the
Confectionary of JOHN SMITH.
March 15 102
CE will be delivered, on application at the
ice house, during the day at 8 cents the pound
May 18 142
days notice, for sale by C. A. HIGGINS.
N. B. The above article can be had in quan
tities to suit purchasers on contract, by giving
short notice to tho subscriber, who acts as agent
for an extensive kiln in the neighborhood.
Juno 5 147 C. A. H.
A. P. PATRICK & Co. m
AVE received per Boat Rebecca, and offer
for sale on reasonable terms,
4000 bushels Sait
16,000 lbs Bacon
20 tons Sweeds Iron
20 hhd* Sugar
200 bags Coffee
6 hhds Molasses
50 blits prime Pork
25 bbls No. 2 Mnckerol
25 bhls No. 3 ditto
50 bids N. E. Rum
50 bhls Gin
80 pieces Bagging
30 boxes Soap
20 boxes Sperm Candles
Malaga, Madeira and Tencrtffe w incs
Together with a general assortment of
Dry Goods, Hardware, Saddlery
CROCKFRY, HATS, SHOES,
Ac. Ac. Ac.
Juno 18.1832. 25
A SHOTWELL & j. s. SMITH have just
e received a largo lot of
Fancy Dunstable Bonnets,
Also—a general assortment of Carved Shell
COMBS, of the first quality.
And two boxes of
D3. A33 dt MIi ACS BE AVER HATS
of superior quality.
April 17 126
I u&T received in addition to thoir former »up-
Equity Font IJlanquo
English Corn Law Reports
CngILh Ecclesiastical Reports
Holt on Libels
[lovendon on Frauds
Bnscoe on Evidence
Story on Bailment .
h'.'titworth on Executors
resey’s Chancery Reports
Baylcy on Bills
Condensed English Chancery Reports
‘itarkic on Evidence
Roller’s Nisi Prius
Russell on Crimes
Constitutional Reports of South Carolina
ELLIS, SHOTWBLl. A Co.
i . A /°—Docket and othor Blank Books, suitable
,af Court,. June 26 26 4t
A Person of good moral character, qualified
to teach a small School in the country,
and life English nnd Lntin Languages, is want-
oil to take charge of tho Telfair County Acade
my. Salary from six to eight hundred dollars,
A dine addressed to the Trustees will recoivent
W tI wraw goods.
ILEY, BAXTER, A t'OTlT, are now
opening, on tho comer f Second street
[ C’otton Avenue, opposite tho Washington
p' n general assortment of
European and American Goods,,
, of Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery
n/ Cilnss Ware, Castings, Leghorn nnd Straw
TthX***’ Mark aud drab Hats, wool Hata,
B, ". 0 " Glass, White Lead, Cotton Bagging,
Twine, Ac. Ac.
, . l ir go Stock of Mogro Shoes.
gentlemens, boys ana children s fine
I v nl: ' P' rm,er * nnd the public generally
In i)!! 0 * ’'applied from a stock inferior to none
L'Dte. WILEY. BAXTER & FORT.
Bills oa Savannah.
AB.LE Wt sight, Mr sale Bjf
DR. T. ELLIS,
H AVING determined to settle permanently
in Macon, rcspcctfnlly offers his
to the Inhabitants of the town and ndjaccntcotm
try. For the satisfaction of tboso who are Unac
quainted with him. ho thinks proper to state, that
ho was rcgnlarly admitted to his profession in
1804, agreeably to the laws and regulations or the
State of New York, and that most of his time
since that period has been devoted to *“. “**"
tive practice. By n faithful discharge of his pro
fessional duties, he hopes to merit a libera! pat
ronage. His rcsidenco nnd office are in the house
formerly occupied ny Mr. Uirdsong* ou Mulbcirr
street. Jan. 14 S
r HE subscriber being vent anxious to re
duce his stock of tfoollen Clothing, will
11 at very I
n at veryjow price,. wi _ n<mTill)gALL .
Plaster of Paris.
I A BARRELS of superior PLASI LK
L V OF PARIS, for hard walls nnd stu
T HE subscriber* will sell their remaining
•tock of CARPETING at very reduced
prices, haying a large quantity on hand, and svish
to discontinue keeping the article.
Jan 26 A. SHOTWELL A J. S. SMITH
Whiskey, Bacon, Salt, Sec.
W g* BARRELS Baltimore Whiskey,
i 13 hhds do do
10 hhds Molasses
15 qr casks Marseilles Wine
4 pipes Holland Gin
1500 bushels Liverpool Ground Salt
1000 do Alum Salt
20,000 lbs Bacon
30 Boxes Manufactured Tobacco
Hhds A bbls N. O. A St. Croix
Sugars. For sale hv
May 15 141 REA A COTTON.
P OUR good FANCY CLOCKS for sale lot
by C. A. HIGGINS.
April 19 128
4 NUMBER of Barouches and Gigs, receiv
ed and for sale by
May 25 144 ELLIS, SHOTWELL A CO
Landscape Paper Hanging.
A SPLENDID assortment, just received nnd
L for salo by ELLIS, SHOTWELL A CO
May 25 144 .
Family Cooking Stoves,
M ILL Irons and Cotton Gin Machinery for
sale by ELLIS. SHOTWELL A CO
May 25 144
E „ Sugar, Coffee, 6tc.
GRAVT.S & SON have ju,t receive i
* the following articles:
12 hhds St. Croix end N. O. Sugars
10 iibls Loaf do
50 bags Coffee
40 bbls Rum
20 bids N. Gin
20 bbls Whiskey
10 hhds Molassci
20 bbls Potatoes
2 pipes'Cog. Brandy
2 pipes Holland Gib
2 hhds Jam. Rum
25 bbls Wine
20 bbls Cordial
Boxes Soap, Candles
Popper, Pimento, Ginger
Tobacco, Pearicsb, Copperas
Boxes Hyson and Black Tea
50,000 lbs Iron nnd Steel
2000 lbs Hoop Iron
Castings, Ac. Ac.
Al) of which will be sold very low.
April 11 121
To whom wo are imiebted for the subjoined ef
fusion, we kuow nut; but it is evident that hd
has the pye, ear and imagination of a hiird. 114
is welcome to our columns.
ton THE MACON TEtEORAPn.
"Here comes the Lady:—O. so light a foot
Will ne'er wear out tbe evcrlarting flint.”
And there came by n Maid in joy that was smiling!
With a rose ou her cheek, aud a ray iu her eye)
And she seem’d like young health aU sorrow he-
W 31.11. BURDSALL is now receiving and
opening a general assortment of
which he offers for salo at tho most reduced pri
ces, amongst which are tho following:
Superfine Saxony blue, black and colored Clothe
Blue, black and fancy mixed Satinnctts
Duffio point and rose Blankets.
Red. white, green aud yellow Flannels
Saxony and Canton white gauze ditto
8 and 10 qr. Damask table Diaper
Birds oye and Russia do
Black nnd Blue Bombnzetts nnd Circassians
Irish Linens, Flemish Sheetings, Cotton Ozna-
Negro Cloths, Linseys
Thread Laces and Shell Combt
Black Italian Lustring, black Sarennet and Sin-
chews, black Gros de Berlin, black. Gros de
Naples, Colored do do
Mandarines and Florences, black and colored
Gauze nnd Satin Garniture
Ribbons and silk Velvets, Merino nnd Cashmere.
Thibet Wool, Damask Silk and Crape Shawls
Ladies diamond straw and Leghorn braid Bonnets
Misses diamond nnd chain Bonnets
Lace mid gauze Veils, figured and plain Bobbinet
Flagg and Bandanna Handkerchiefs
A general assortment of coarse SLoes and Boots.
Men's and Youlli’s Fur Hats
Fur. Leather, and Hair Caps, Ac. Ac.
Nov 5 13
J UST received from Now York, a large and
splendid assortment of
Consisting of a variety of plain ami striped Ging
hams, plain nnd figuered Swiss, Adelaide Stripe,
Striped Chambray. Victory Muslins. Tbrend La
ces, do. Insertings and Edgings, Black Italian
Snrsinet, Sinchew nnd Gro de Naplo Silk. Color
ed Florence do., Black Italian Crape, Birdseye
Diaper, Cotton Wadding, Musquito Netting, Mull
Muslin, Lace Cap patterns. Black Bombazine, do
Silk Froggs, Crape and Gauze Shawls, Green
Bercge and White Gauze Veils, Plain and Paint
ed Feather Fans, Ladies and Gentiemeu's Gloves,
plain and bordered Cambric Handkerchiefs.
\tio, n general assortment of RIBBONS.
A. SHOTWELL A J. S. SMITH.
April 17 126 -
Alum Salt and £ime*
-g /fl Bushels Alum Salt
I fl_p 100 casks Thomnston Lime
For sale by
REA A COTTON.
Spring and Summer Clothing.
yirfHE Subscribers have already on hand, and
B are about to receive, a more general and
elegant assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER
CLOMHING than they have ever before ofl'ered
April 3 A. SHOTWELL A J. S. SMITH.
N assortmcPt of colored and black SILKS
just received and for sale by
17 23 WM. H. BURDSALL.
T HE subscribers have just received a large
aod, exteukive assortment of Negro Cto
thing which will he sold at n small prefit.
Dec 5 A. SHOTWELL A J. SMITH.
A FRESH supply, just rereived and for sale
.V by ELLIS, SHOTWELL A CO.
£* A Hhds prime N. O. Sugar
O V 26 hhds St. Croix do
40 do Molasses
50 bills Whiskey
50 do Gin (Phelp's brand)
50 do Rum
20 doz. Champnigno
10 bbls New Ark Cider, ’
For sale by . C. A. HIGGINS.-
May 29 145 .
Lands for Salo* ..
E following Tracts of Land arc offered for
T" sale, on accommodating terms
A pril &
208 in 16 district Dooly county.
57 in 19 do Lee now Stewart.
88 in 14 do Enrly
111 in 8 do Leo.
75 in 11 do Lee now Stewart.
33 in 27 do Lee.
103 in 4 doHomtonnowDibb.
D EVE RE. by tho author of Tromatne,
Jaquelin'e of Holland
Anastasias, by T. Hope.
Sketches in China, by W. W. Wood,
Philip Augustus, by the author of Rich-
Jonrnaloftho Rev'ds Tycrman ABcnnet.
being tho 1st, 2d and 3d Nos. of the
library of religions knrwtedge.
London Annuals for 1832*
The Amulet, tho Keepsake,
Literary Souvenir, Christinas Box,
The Mnsicnl Gera, Musical Bijptu
Marti'1 '80 fStf* SHOTWELL AGO
NEW SPRING GOODS.
SRA7BR ATJXJ TAXZiOR,
I S now opening nt tho Macon Clothing Store,
a new andspleudid assortment of .
consisting of superfino Bombazines—brown, slate-
black, mixt, white and buff Merino Ca-simeres—
plaid do. (a new article for pantiloons) white and
brown Drilling—brown gras9 Linen—Prince’s
Cord, Nankins, buff and white Valnntia Vestings
—spotted nnd white Marseilles do. Satin Floren
tine do. black and-figured Velvet do. with n good
assortment of cloth, velvet aud bombazine Stocks,
fancy do. Spitalfield II-’kfs. silk, net and cotton'
double end Suspenders—English silk half Hoes,
Raudem do. white and browu linen figured Crn
vats, Italian do. Bosoms, Collars, 8tifleners,
Buckskin Gloves, black do. silk and brown linon
do. Epaulets, Ball Buttons, Ac.'Ae.
N. B. L. Fitch will receive in n few days a
handsome assortment of SUMMER CLOTHING
TAILORING carried ou in nil its branches ns
above—having the latest New York nnd London
fashions, his work shall not bo inferior to any. He
returns his sincere thanks for past favors, and so
licits n continuance of public patronage.
That wnnder’d too near with a tear or a sigh:
And who is this gay one, such charms to combine!
Iu heaven she’s beauty—ou earth, Caroline.
So young and so budding, so gay and so wild,
As playful as mirth, as rosy at spring, ' .
Mid the cold onesthou gocst, sweet purity's child,
Like n Jlutl’rer just fled and lifting his wing:
And who is this Maid, nil graced so divine!
In heaven she’s an angel—on earth, Caroline.
Mid the light ones, thy step is the lightest and
Thy movement a soul and a spell breathing
While thy gay heart sends forth its transports the
To mantle thy cheek, and to hlush in thy face:
And who is this stvoet one, with charms so divine!
In heaven she's Hebe—on earth, Caroline.
'Mid the creatures of earth, liko heaven’s own
Thou wand'rest here, too holy for stain,
Like the bird which but rests upon the blue water.
Then shakes off the spray when she rises again!
And who is this Maid, still so spotless to shine!.
In heaven she's a Sylph—on earth, Caroline.
Sweet seraph of mercy Who wand'rest so near.
From God thou wert sent to cheat away pain;
And thy minist’ring ended—aud pilgrimage hero,
Heaven’s voice, them shall cull its own horn*
Thou sweetest, add purist, and dearest, combine
To lend each a charm for earth'* Caroline. "
SNAf«SM AND TREASON.
Two or three years ago, we recollect to hard
seen nu extract from a West India paper, men
tioning the arrival of an agent from the malcon
tents in South Carolina, to consult the British
admiral on that station as to the assistance that
might be expected from the Euglish government
in the event of South Carolina’s Receding from
the Union. It was also intimated that tho ngeut
would proceed to Britain for further information.
The particulars mentioned in the following article-
form n sequel to tbe statement, nnd remove all
doubt ns to the existence of an understanding
between the British government and the nnllificrs.
Indeed, the frequent declarations made by the
latter that Eugiand will never permit the block
ade of Charleston by the navy of the Un* *1
States authenticate the existence of tho traitorous
and degrading conspiracy. Yet they prate about
their patriotism and chivalry, whilst suing, like
repentant children, to be permitted to return to
tho maternal cmhracc of mother England:
The Secret History of Xultification.—Mr. Tho
mas Hnlme. the author of the letter from which
wo lake tho following extract, Called on tho odi-
tors of this paper-on Tuesday morning last; and
on being asked with regard to the conversation
with the political character in Lbndon, to whonf
ho refers in snld letter, authorises us to state that
ho was INDEED ‘‘ONE OF THE GREAT
POLITICAL CHARACTERS IN LONDON.”
Wo are further authorised by Mr. Hulme to de
clare that he is nowrehdy TO VERIFY THE
ALLEGATION ON OATH, BEFORE THE
BAR OF EITHER HOUSE OF CONGRESS;
OR ANY OTHER TRiBUNAL IN TUB
Tba following extract is from Niles’ Weekly
Register, dated July 3, 1830. The letter was
For Salo or Eschaligc.
4 FIRST rate clone-body CARRIAGE,
nearly now, in good order, and well made,
will be sold reasonably, or exchanged for ii good
3ig or Chaise. Apply to C. A. 1IIGG1N3.
juue 8 148
NEW SPRING GOODS.
E, GRAVES &l SOM
A RE now receiving from New York and Bos
ton, a large nud fresh supply of SPRING
and FANCY BUMMER GOODS, consistingin
600 ns Calicoes, 100 do Fashionable Gingbnmi,
100 psItnlinn.Grnditnap, Blnebew. Sarsnrt.Chau
gei»hl». Figured nnd Fancy colored SILKS
200 n,Corded Muslins, CRidbric Dimity. Ac
Piece, Figured and plain Swiss Muslins
100 do Irish Linens
100 do Pongee nnd Fancy Silk Hdkfs
2<>0 do Raw Silk do
100 dnzFnnry Dres, Shawls and Scarf,
300 do Cotton, Mndrass, end Head lldltf, .
IJnen Drilling Gentlemen's Stocks nnd Cravats,
Brown I.inen, Rnwen Casstmere, Ueavertcen,
Bang up Cord, .Circassians
500 dnz Hosiery and Gloves, 300 do Spool Thread
50 doz BallTbread, 50 do Spool do
150 doz pr Suspender,. 200 do Tucking Combs
500 do Side Combs,Tortoise Shell do
Dressing Combs, 100 ni Mnsqnito Netting. Fancy
Baskets, do Rosea, lOfflbFIss Thresd, Sewing Silk.
Leghorn and Dunstable Bonnets. Umbrella's—Mnr-
seitles. Silk. Valencia end Velvet Vrilinew-BteRch'd
Homespuns Plaid do. Furniture Plaids. Checks.
Stripes. Ticking. 20 hole, brown IlqmespUhS, C-0 ps
Osnaburgs, Russia Dock, do Sheelbgs.
o general assortment of SUM St HR CLOtHING
consisting of Coni*. Roundnhonts, Vests, Pantaloons
Ate. As. A l«r« supply of
Shoos 6l Boots, Kates JSnadlory
Ac. Ac. 100 doz P»lm Leal llals.
A Z mplefeas.nrtinrnt of HARD WARE and CUT
LF.RY. GLASS WAKE. CROCKERY, Ac. Ac.
The shove Good, were purchased In New York
and Boston, a few weeks since, (of recent imporfa.
tlons,) at twenty per cent lew than former prices,
and will be sold unusually low.
Also.—rill freti'w. veil week, n Urge ram/j of .
GROCERIES, IRON &STEEL, NAILS
Ac £e. For tale ns shove, 6000 lbs prime BACON,
march 3f IK»
Drab Beaver llatfi,
fKF the first quality, just received and for safe
LJf by WM. 11. BURDSALL.
.March 13 P9
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
addressed to Gen. Hayne, by Mr. Hulme, and
was published by Mr. Niles at that time, taken
by bitn from the United States’ Gazette, where it
was first inserted. We have not room for the
whole letter, which is highly important nud inter
esting, and which, on sumo future occasion, we
shall tako pleasure iu giviug to our readers. The
letter commences intlio following words, vtz:
To a Member of Congress—
•'Sir—Your allusion la tho tariff in your speech,
relative to ourpublic lands, reminds me of a con
versation 1 hna With one of the grent political
characters in London, in tho month of September
last, which was as follows;
fily friend was very dcsirOuS of having my o-
pinion respecting the affairs of this country. I
stated to mm that the uaturdl resources of this
great country, were inoXlmustiblo! that the tariff
of 1824 hail brought some of these dormant re
sources into use, while the revenues arising, prin
cipally from imposts, had enabled the’goVomment
to pay mote than thirty millions of the public
debt, exclusive of large advances for internal im
provements; that if we enjoy poaco, and our gov
ernment continue to eucourago the industry of
the country, as I believe it will, it is my decided
opinion that the United States will soon be'tho
most wealthy, powerful and independent nation
in the world. My friend admitted all I said to be
true. •-But,” said he, “if wo were not so much
perplexed witliourfinnccs at home, WE WOULD
SOON PUT A STOP TO THE RI8ING
GREATNESS AND PROSPERITYOFTHE
UNITED STATES." “Am! how!" said I.—
••Why," *aid he, “WE WOULD INSTIGATE
THE SOUTHERN STATES TO REBEL
AGAINST THE OTHER STATES; WE
WOULD CONVINCE THE PEOPLE OF
THE COTTON GROWING STATES THAT
YOUR TARIFF OPPRESSES THEM, AND
WE WOULD OFFER THEM SUCH PRO
TECTION. AND 8UCH COMMERCIAL
ADVANTAGES. AS WOULD INDUCE
THEM TO REBEL: AND IN LESS THAN
FIVE YEAR8 WE WOULD PRODUCE A
SEPARATION OF THE ONION/’ "But,”
said L "probably yon would be disappointed; you
cateutnied on the Eastern States joiuing you da-
IIOW TO MANAGE THESE MATTERS;
wo could With edr fleets protect them, sad oar
merchants would take their produce and carry to
them manufactured articles, duly fn*. for their
own Use, and for the purpose of tmugglinr inus
the other States, and thns, by these, and other
means, (which I understood to bo a liberal appli
cation of secret service money,) we wunld sos*
put n stop to tho increasing w ealdi, powdr and ft*.
dependence of yonr country."
Mr. Holme is a gentleman of fort nan, engaged
in no business, well known to the editor*. W*d ur*
thus come forward, that the good dtixwks of tfass
Uuitcd State* may know how Koglsad feels to
wards us. la coojnnctioo with urn letter, w*
think it proper to remind oar readers that Pissfee-
sor (formerly Judge) Cooper Ism Baglisn— Ms
was n«cfe uftpjwieMl is PbaosyDiatei wfed*