Carlisle herald and expositor. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1837-1845, November 11, 1840, Image 2

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    'the iillage,eftemetri, outside of Pere, and iasting, disgrace will forever be .fastened
(hirer considerably in physiognomy from.ropol-tte.:::, Something must be done to'ne 7
those of tho. 'fito latter have the cure ta•all, :the rightsguaratiteed. to, every
t.,latniip :squareness. Of:lice, 'and the' other ',man. by the Constitution and LawS. •;:
distinctive traits Of the old ch:ecipti physitigH• •
tiomy, . as" expiessed' statues which
have come down to us.
.Thd promenade of the ‘;',Sweet.Wateri37,4 .
Jics at the end.of the Goldi' norn.-'is::
a broad 'plain', shaded ' by'liitty;
backed -by hills, .whielt foWards:,evenitii.l
cant their shadows obliquely -across it.—
The shore,,ur 'pearly a :mile; was lined
with Turkish women,.witlf their children, •
gaizLiiiN..the animated scene upon the wa
ter—, Oreeks, -- Turks,•'ChriStiansi apeci
Melts Of all: nations; pnd 4 • niestesij ue
variety . of co,stinne, weie'to be seen there;
We passed several hours iii 'promenading,
and - refieshing, ourselves. in a.
Ppfc, : with sherbet, pipes and -coffee: Oir
'fVetureing . ,.the g ilded barge of the Sultan
swept by us.' It reminded me of Clecipat
ra's barge-Upon-the as-described-by
Shaltspeare„ E. J. M.
.•• „ •
Prom the Laitc tlitr Herald aiiii-Eximitter.
. .
• Willa" atkalpt . tp.murdex7
• ;**
• c Editor
• , •
On Friday last the:Editor.of this paper
• went tothe . pollS to :exercise 'his . right of
voting, and whilst in the act of doing so,
•!' • wai.knocked off the stand and 'most se-
Verely beaten by a gangof bulliel in the
. ,State under 7ariie
Cameron ! It was evidently their inten
tion' fe Murder us, as they- cried,.'whilst
boating us on. all sides, " hill the dimmed
• rascal ! awaited rascal 1" By
. tile-interposition of a. watchful Providence;
and theassistance - of kind • friends, - how
--,--ever,=we-were-reSened-frimi-- the hands- of
the .blood-hounds, and permitted, -in "defi z .
ancesof theireffbrts tothP contrary, t0 . d0.::
. any comment at thii time, as efforts are in
progress ,to bring the (Menders to punish--
. . Anent. • •-
. Mr. - George Ford;. St. - ; George
Esq., Mr.: Jolin Elder; Mr. -Henry P.
Carson, and.several.others, w_ere.also con-_
siderably - beateulby - the - ruflians.l - 2 - 310..
:foficinineTtillefe in reference to. these out
rages, is froth_ the Gazette, of - this place,
the Editors of Which, we,believe, arc Van
Buren men :
The southwest ward`. was_:stirroundedhy.
a - combination:of - Tomliesollm-evidentry_
abused every person whom they - hid. a
• .private. pique or - Malice ezaino.
•, In the case of IVO. - .Middiettin,(editor of
• the Etain-iitero - ,
led - to - Tetterd'Offe'of - the. - most - infanions-aiiir
cowardly •proceediegslhat men might,eon-,
calve or-he=goilty:ofrperpetratingi7which
, deserves The. reprobation', of - every 'honest
• :man.- olleriug . his vote it . was od
jeeted, and he ,was shortly- after beinettand
- 7maltreated by - a numbet 4- ofludividuals who
- infested the polls with di'sb•rderand
- daring the-whole• time - of canvas;ing.; - and
this ,had scarcely. subsided; !when - Ave
• tvit
nessed a. scene of "violence upon our re:
spected townsman, George
.Ford,-Jr., that
, made us tremble and ask ourselves, is there
no law or order? • He was thrown noon
• .
ti. 'pavement ritiertirbi? 'of
kicked and violently -struck upon the, head
by, persons who arc ' notorious for their.
• disorderly conduct. Mr. Ford 2 -s, father, an
•. aged man, was also ill-treated.
'The following excellent article, we copy
from the “Union” of yesterday.: •
. .
',Most Pillaineits. ottlrtige.*
Last 'VridaY will long be remembered
• by ,the - People of Lancaster, on - account of
the daring Outrages committed upon unof
fending citizens at the polls, by d gnaw of
.theinostabandoned villains, inadyof„wrihm
'are employed upon the public -, wihke - iif
. the State.
- ,Long.,hefore 'the Polld were opened a
number - of the most worthless. rowdies,
headed by a notorious villain called George
. Bowman, took pos'session of the pavement
in front of the Court House, After the
polls were opened, every Harrison man
. . who came. Up . to vote was insulted in some
manner-by-these-paid-bullies: T-hose-who
were known to !mire taked . , an 'active part
. • .to the-campaign, were - especially the ob
pets- of their revenge: Mr.. Middleton,
• editor of the Examiuer,,was the first
`: tim.: Ills. manly . course in--,the Cameron
affair was not forgotten. Aihe was in the
act of swearing to his qualifications as a
voter, he was knocked down fronitheitand
by Bowman, jumped upon and; 'Cruelly
'beaten.. There is. net the least. doubt' that.
it . was intended to kill hint . outright. It
was with . the unnest: difficulty, and it
the 'most-imminent risk, -that he was res•••
cued from their - grasp by John H... Reed,:
Dopety - Slieriff, and others. ";
An hour" afterwards .when he a second
time presented himself at the polls, Co claiin
'the right of suffrage, the carriage in which
he was brought to - the' Court House, was
beset again by : . the mob,'the ringleaders
xnesultorridths,that he
should not be - permitted to vote, andTit•Whd
: ' only by the most energetic exertions-of the
Sheriff,' tho . Mayor and the friends of Har- -
riscin - generally,`thaVhe'eseapeclihe'cluteli."
es' of the mob: • • •
later period, Mr.- Ford, whose in!.
. . ~
• &fatigable' exertions in. the'.entise of Her,
. risen and Deform, have rendered •bun
Object of peCuliat hate,. was . attacked by
. the hhed ruffians the . General:Govern
' Ment,-• .
.assaulted him at
-v.". • VerelY:- igr.'; - Jobn••gidoi and vie. Henry
Caratin'ivge beaten by' tbo mob, and se
veral othei'perione? were, more or less iii=
It, is generally believed;th: t the principal
actors in 'attiocious business *ere
etigeOd•;to 1:43r some
who •illip6rently, had
. 116 shareld these ? tie ! .
'"carious transactions: Be
, • thitr. as it may,
• , we'sineerelY hOpe' that ; concerned
receive the reward''dee.tO
l'fre'Seierest , punishment-:which:th • law
Can,inflict should be ideated' withiatit-!delayi
upon the'. heids of all reline - tithed, '• -• ','("Yui.•
MagistXates to the, citizens of IA
" •
ptiljor.„at t
,c,we,..,t„emse, yes, .lo . ;bring.
the 'effediler . 6 justice: ShOuld - thatie:glar- A
• 4 VielatiOnaaflaW; these atOgdiOu - s,orrouiiill
• :biil44iiiitioit to roils iitijinnishe ,
'11 . 11;i:: - '11Iiiiiji*,OostIA:ilett.
, .
'l'll6 Charleston'. (Kent) News" of SO't-
Ortl4,: , ,lnks:4l6:annex64. paragraitir. in. rela
,' tion. to ilii,s'frandulent concern
---, kIiLLISOTON BittiK.;--On Tuesday exe
niag last, .1. U. 0...g11i5; the President of
this swindling ihstitution, was committed
ta - the. ; jail- Or this t0rn.....
••• widt. ha v lug . heen concerned Avithtr tied
Itdains,..and others 'in- the'inanakerneuf4tf
the. coinintireial lank ,ofllolllingtort,.arid.
for .Son Spiring 4/With said.: Weed'; Adains,
'and others, to cheat:odd defraud-.the
lie by issuing and eiretilating - -div . srs notes
of said 144, and receiving for Said .110.C§
valuable consideration,' when .. ;they, the
said J. C. U. .Weed,...Atlams, and
others well,ltneur....the . said
_notes to_. be of
no value:"
•Such'iit the language of the Writ, and we
now hope to see the -matter thoroughly
sifted and prosecuted, and ihe,guilty offend-•
ers punished With the severest rigor.
: The, Baltifriore Sl9l sayS: We learn
from ether sdhrces entitled to full credit,
that persons connected -with•the - above,.
famous swindling .concern, a short- time,
pruvinxiSlo - closing, passed along the •
line of tireßaltimare, 'and Oliiiißailffail, --
wliere laborers -were at work,- alit] repre
sented to them that the paper they Were
. .
paid 'off in, being principally notes 'issued
-by the company, would never comniadd '
specie, and that they had. better .exchange
them for noteS'on the Bank of Millington,
a large mnount•of whieli - these-rogues bad
.along with - them. • - fany -- of - the - workmen
induced to anike. the - exchan , ;•e as they
supposed for the best, hot, .the per men
w-hol-ha r d-beenlabor•ing : to•-gain•a-few---hun-
*dyed -dollars to purchase for -theniselves
small farms in the west, where_ they could
settle with their families Midlhve,a home,
loci - s - oon learneir that they bad betiEridi•••
bell by these bank swhidlerS, and left, as
.some_of :them _were,•.without4hc,nieimslto•
purliaie-Ithemsels-it=iii - cal of .
Troublell . oloC.
The-latest news from Europe seem to
inalea.te,that,4;stgrmy- - period-in - ,,Ahe,..Thisto;
y of - WOrld, is abehit to arrive.,..
Ite causes of disturbance, the posinen
which Meheinet Ali-hits=assuined-m -rela
tion to the
.Stiltan of -Turkey,..whose • au,.
A 110647: fie, as I.!acha,olEgypt:liiis,n_oo.oly,..
Sitrdken- - - -- 611;. - -but - Jedtt ectL - Syrin==.2ll - d - „Tatlier
portions of . the Ottoman Empir° 'by force
.orarts,,ta - subleetion—tirus--disuriting-the
Empire of the-Sultan and threatening
.st . antin9iik itself._ . ..To preserve _what
called the "balance, of poiver" in-Europe,.
the .five great .European powers agreed - to
combine for the - protection of the Sultan
'against the. encroachments Of: his former.
vassal Mehemet-Ali. The Paella having
:a tine army at-Iris disposal, and being finalp.
led with success, refuses to give, up an inch
of. what be has acquired, except, at the
point of the bay oned.
. • no eterm neo
that the- Papha should relinquish Syria;
in order that,the-"balanee," might he pre
served ;—bat-at ill eleventh hour France
backed out - Of the league, and rather
threatening correSpondenee between Eng
land and France has been going on, as to
the--why- and . wherefore. In' the .mean
time blood has been spilt in .the East.- 7
Soldiers are marching and some battles
have been fought. Whin changes may be
produced'in the Old Worlkby these corn- .
motions time - only can determind—and eve
who are afar oil' enjoying the blessings•of
civilized liberty, cannot but wish that the
of Europe as well as the Moro op 7,
pressed people of Asia and Africa, may
find /heir liberties in..the contests betwen .
their Kings and . Emperors, and that the
time may soon dome When ,the ambition
or interest of a fen' can no longer deluge
the earth: with _the bloGd of the many—
when the"*balance of power" instead of
-being - 4116,-eareLof-...three-or--foui - ,-persous i
shall be held by the'-people.—Bucks Co.I
bitelligencer: . -
By the packeti-whieli arriyeti at _New_
York on Monday, intelligence . is received
from the-East - which. shows more fully the
state of things: in .the Levant. . Admiral
Stopferd'.;arrived at Beyrout on the 9th 'of
epteiribcr, • bringing intelligence of 'the
Pashatv's'Ajection of tie , ultimatum pro
posed: The subsequent events , are . thus
related by the New York ContinercialAd
The•next mrerning the steamers took the
transportein-tor for the purpose of land
ing the troops. , As they neared the shore
the Egyptian troops
,were seen marching
'down and taking position, and orders were,
given to fire upon them, •which was o done
with great precision. , ,
Hurler (ill ) ,erleALffl Turkish
troops were-tanded_Abont eight - Tin eln=,li --- 1 -: - nu
Beyrout. While they were disembarking
the forts &gait firing on_ the ships, where
upon a general,fire was opened in return.
The troops, as soon as they were land
ed, proCeeded, to construct fortifications.
On the 12th orders were given to reduce
'Djibail, a small village about 10 milei froth ,
Beyront, in which was a strong castle, gar
riaoried by-some 300 Arnaouts._ 'After 4
heavy cannonading the fortress was -storm
-ed,-but--the-assailants-were-rewliteed 41111 -
sevcre loss. In the course of the night,
however, the, gerrison escaped, and -on the.
13th Djibail was taken 'possession of.
After this the mountaineers began to poor
in, and,,as• fast as . iliOrrived, were, Bup7
plied with arms..:,.;‘ , , • :---
Meantime thihombardinent Of , 13eyrout
continued: On the 14th Soliman 'Pacha
sent a flag of truce askilig a suspension Of
I -
hostilities for two days, which was refused.
1 - , On'the Ifith,the Egyptian troops having
all ,departed ,for , the mountains, the firing
tiptln the toivit,Ceased,, after causing coV
Siderable injuryi -and. as -Want, as 1,600
individuals - are reported.,to,jtive.„-Perished
by_the combinedeffeetef.thP:r o.B 4o:lhe
falliiWcif the dins.: 'Pnly two slieti'were ,
returned 'by:the town, 'tvitheiti;lietsictier,,
causing any &afar; The flags iii-theA.:
Auls continued, frying on'the•ruins of.
respective consulates on the'2oth, jlt - tat
§tanding.tbat.these'•funqtionalips had
*awn .theinselves.2.....: - .:.:
--, `'The: A tnerican-'eonsulalellitit .isti red
most byy - the 'bottibardrumit
,and the s 06- . „
quest pillage of the valuablets!and ftir .. t' re
by, flu: Egypt inn. troops.'.. The - stored - the
'British Consul
. was in the British- - nit,
with , -Cp . m - mo i t) Ore - Na - pier:. - . ,.' Ws lady, With
the. lady -ntf - :tune American. 'ecniitul - ,
Kilbie, a
.Britisk : merehani,„,-
Ckpitis, in trp4id . States 'corveti '. ) ,i.'
~f , ,
• .
„ .
On the 10th of September,_ the din
burgh and. Ilaitittgs were ;the- only lips
at Beyroet,Stationecfthere to itrevent.ont-_
mUnication with - Aleandria - by sea. .
' On ..tlie 20th ' - the l _allied troops tv4e,.at
Diouni, under -- the - command . of Cotmo
dore Napier . .. The: force consisted ofasoo-
Turks, Iboo British marines, 250 Auftrian
-marines.:pnd .3000-3noutitainpers, beides,
the British' Artillery-men, &c.; in allibout I
I 12,000. 'lbrahim Paella, with 15,000inen, I
,the.range of mountains imactii
ately above the allied encampment: „.. , ,
At Alekandria,.on the - 21st, the -„ acha
was continuing his preparations .for s . 'iSlt l
ance-- , erecting, fortifications - and :Adding'
supplies for - Hi _troops- . in Syria. :1 7 1te
garrison - of Bagdad had revolted an fnmr of
.th.e.l'acha. .. - 1
- The-French fleet--were - at -Naples - M-the
15th--Private letter's state - that the Poops
whichlanded at Beyrout were emelled
to eartinik with the loss, 01 . '2000 men- --
MEIIEMkiTAt,i PEP6SED.-';rlt *ears
that the Turkish (nutteil of'state hul ou
the. 13th, Uf,Seittentlier .formally dtposed
Mehemet Ali, and appuinted..lzzet,lilefie 7 _
met pashaw in his stead! '. 4 l'his dOsion officially announced to..'the reri j •escp- .
tativesSorthe four Powers, together t!ith a
'and . '
Lord Ponsonby :and the 'Austrian Am
bassmlor„ had „made known'
and Austrian residents that the fleas of
Great Britain and Austria.- re
:4l-tralau I tall; . Mnnindur ed tIM--61tiek
•ade'of Alexandria and Sviim
, .
The "Semaphore de Mar . eilles" ',states
that Redschid Pasha had invited dui Bus :
sign Government to co-operate in the Clock.
akorAlexandrio with the naval forces of
1 1 --11te—beit
tweet the Oitoinait.Ministry, the_ hotly 9
the Uleinas, and
.the representatives of . the
fUni Powers. —•-
Int - Tisn-TX .--7 Fe a is* o'6. entertit inpd .
in Lidia- that the
.N . Opaulese - . oovernuient
_WimitL e_ad vantage-cif-BM-force -detached
against. the Chinese; to attack the, British
deminionand prepatatinns were making
iu Bengal to repel the attack: ---
FiwsieE. T - - -Lonis . , Napoleon had been
bondenmed lir the Peers.'to jurprisOnment
Xor life, amillutr. illontholon toimprison
Mehl for 20 years: - Others have been Son
_C'ett&M to imprisonmentfor various petiods.
Warlike preparations ate going forWatil
and loans proposed for meeting the cnor
mousexpeuditures._ _
Singapore on the 10th of dune.. lle im
mettikely-seized four Chinese junks lying
in the harbor, 6ut:soon after relea'sedthein.
-Tite_admiral . .sailed for Cliinmon-ihe 18th.
PARIS, Oct. 0. 7 -It is certain that. Bey-'
rout presents nothing but a mass.of ruins,
—abandoned, ruins,—for they are not oc
.cupied.either by the' Egyptian troops, - nor
by' those of the allies. It is stated that'
Soliman Pasha has 'evaanated the, town,
and that Commodore Napier has entrench
ed hiMself in a - camp- at some distance,
under the protectiOn of the batteries - of his
. LosnoN, Oct. oth..- - --The' important ac
counts from Egypt acd- Syria ,continue .to.
form the principal topic of comment in-the
French newspapers, and the 'greatest anx
iety is expressed. for,. the . arrival of,' mare
detailed. accisiiiiii - than those supplied by
the - telegraph. 'lle excitement and 'angry
feeling which the-first announcement of the
destruction of_BeyroilLeius.ed_appeara- to_
be, in no 'degree - moderated. - Even 41ibse
papers,,which, had heretofOre expre‘sed a
cordial desire for the maintenance ofipeace
represent the attack made upon Bekrout,
before_- Mehemet..- Al i7.B_ propositiotti;-414:'
gested by. the-French Government s :had
received - duo - consideration,-as-An
upon the honor of France.
The Now York Suit of yesterday con
tained the following: - •
The packet ship, Westplinster - has just
arrived from London, Oet. 10. W lfa
to lay the following important news before
• .
.. .CFroln our Correspondent.)
rARIS, Thursday,
. . ,
The.Moniteur of Thqrstlay has tlio-an
nexetl ordonnance of the day:
"Louis Philippe, king of the Preoll. -
--7 IT-o'tirgregting--,---we-have--ordainetVand;
de ordain.-as follows: ..' - . L
- "The Pita - nailer-of Peers and the qhatu
her of Deputies arc convoked. for Oitober
"Our. Minister Secretary of Plate f the
Depatunent of the Interior, is charge with
- the execution of the-present ordonti
"By the Louis Pktir*E..:
"Thn . :M inister .Secretary of , State the
Departmentetthe Interior: - • i_• .1
' .". - ' C. REMUS&T.
"Tuileries Oct. 7,1840." 1
On the subject of the convocation f the
"Chanibers we make the following 'l3 tract
from the letter.of 'th, Paris corresp_tdent,
of the London- Mornhig ' Herald, dated
Wednesday eVening, half past 8, arttlipub-
Hailed in a second edition:— f, ;
" Cabinet
The, Council held t&da hay
a,lu ,
ing taken m not expected , by the;min
isters, themselves, and.mach less bi the
public ,at large; I db not
,hesitate 'tot send
an eitraordinary express, as ~,I thin 'the;
resolution COT° to Pregnbut with rata Ceu
.sequences.' --
_ _,
... -,.,, ; -«,-:•,- .
"A • L
,Ttittsno.arzt NoT, npsto*, AN THE
Cltantorgta ; auk. ocagyOrEsn , FORW TR BTII
OF 'FilltillOWFM)
~':, ' ' !,_.2.! - ,
: , ;' ,6,4 r.Sy:tliiaStep, ia 'kegnane With fatal
consequences, 1 1 4',whon once the F net*
--, ..;,...1'i • . ',' , - :.
ustna. , , •
migible__acenird existed. be•
, _.., . . , ,
plianthers Input, pont melt- •sense s -will, - be
Alio:wi t a § ide; aid-nothing but inflammatory
language 'listened-Jib, l'he convocation.
. , ~..,
rnto the - cidds ii,TaVor -of war ' several
potnt.S., - ~.- -_ 7 ..... ... . - - , %.
-the King save the country from a min
fisteriat: crisis, and,. 'by the ministers ,to re
lieve themselyes from the necessity- of ref
• - •
proiractsllte , eVil only three weeks;
during which:, hiterVal the ..capture_of
. St..
Jeanv. 4 .ore, (I • other tin palatable: in for
triation from . ..the east may be recciVed,
• .• all teMporizing measures, -it may.:
prOduca the - very state of things it is in , prevent—find though 'agreed to
by the King as. the :guarantee. of peace,
looli-upon - it•ns:an : everit'aceessory to. war.,
." The . convocation • has been:Made Tor
the earliest possible day, as it' takes three .
weeks' to bring the chambers together after
'the ordinance is signed.
i ‘The - lorench go verninen t 'decided - in - the
council, to-day on ; sending a note to the
Brhish.government, adjourning all material
points at issue till thelneeting
, Later Elirtppe.
.. .
. . . •
i.. The Britannia steamship . ,Capt. C..E.lman's Advocate.". These 'Were .intended
Judkiu's, reOched 'Boston' at half past 8 to,-cover the- east and west flanks of rny
o'clock:. yesterday_ meriting, in a . .passage . army, while 'Fort " Carlisle Berard and
frem Liverpool ; ‘ Whence she sailed ong tirotExPositnrt": under Caritain:Grabb, an able
afternoon of tile 20th Ult„ of 13 1 d g.) , B. _.. 7 ..aneilleienteiricer;:was refitted - find - far - 61SE:
§,he,litought 07
. paiserigers;• ' • • • ' leir with lbrgO''quantitiee: of ' amtnunition .
The Eastern question is • where we left . from Ogle,Junius, and ether manufactories,
it yesterday in our account of .the news to route me in the centre. • . • . ,
brought by the paCket ship Wesuninsterg I .- The season was .too far - advanced to
Nothing decisive - has been - done.: oi,e . erect ;corresponding batteries; . andintleed
teadeis will therefore iigree with us that it ;.rsY funds.were _nearly all 'exhausted by the
expenses of-theveampaign of-the -13th.- -I
- is - UselessAt:this - thud to - entuinbdr our cOk
therefore, prepared the guns ofFort."Ame
timns with the speculations and reasonings.
.-•: -,.:1 - ricarilroluntectc" — and received considera
of the various' - European journals.
ble assi§tancelroni. the gunner 'Santleeson.
'-'---Another attempt-has--been- made ,to- aS-
This. fort had been using' the smallest kind
'sassinate Leuis—Philippe of whieh these
are the particulars.: • •.-' . . - ' ... -;11:Pf shot, since:she had beep. abandoned by
.PAtus Thursday. evening, 9 o'clock. •
itnotuer attempt has been madeio. as
sassinate the King of .the French. At 6
.is-t{ Otry -- nP'earring - 67
was leaving the Tuilleries, returning to St.
Cloud, he was fired at, but neither he •nor
any person of - his suite . ivas wounded:—
The assassireWasinstantry seized, and the]
:less. and courage, ordered the postilions
not to stop, and continued 'hitt, route to St.
The assassin is a-young man,A...native
Df,MarsCillesovholaVows_his...criminal in
4ention Ananifests-mucivregret hair;
fog . f4ilec.7.::tio--ileclarcs that ho.bOs no
,acitomplices,-and-that-lie—is— : noi-cOnnected
with . any seerci. society. When examined
as to his-motives, - he says he Wished -to rid
.hiss - country of as, tyrant; and that he had no-
other object than his country's gobiL :
"The follewingis an extract of a letter,
dated Bhooj, Aug.-14.
.The correspondeat.of the Poit at bey
rio, under date of September, 20th, :writes
that on the evening of the 22d, the Egyp
tian and Ottoman fleets were illuminated
io honor as the government 'gave out, of a
in which he had made six hundred English
prisoners.... In addition to the Asia, -the
Implacable, with the Hazard and Dapline,
and - an - Austrian-corvette; were Off the pditl
of Alexandria.
The next representation from the state
of South, Carolina will stand as in the pre
sent Congresi—one Whig to, eight Admin
istration. ' The folloWing are the names of
the 14preSentatiyes :
J. -& Holmes, re-elected..without oppo
R. B. Rhett, re-elected without oppoui-
John Campbell, re-elected without op
position. '•
ik'elected in the New
bury. .
district over two competitors,
General Rogers is • elected' in-the_ Spart
ansburg district without opposition.. •
• Dr. IV. 'Butler (wkig)_bas_b.egu_elected .
in the Pendleton and Greenville .districts
(Mt. Thompson's): over two Administra
tion competitors:
S.' H. Butler, re-elected 'in the Barnwell
district withoaopposition.
F. W. Piekens, , ele'eted 'in the Edge
field-district without opposition.
Thomas - D. Sumter is re-elected in the
Kershaw district."
Correspondence of the American.
TRENTON, Oct. 28, 3. o'clock,.p..
Gentlemen: The. newly elected Legis
lature of New Jersey .assembled al the
Statelieuse yesterday afternoon and or
ganized by-making the Allowing appoint
ments, (all of which are Whigs,) viz: •
The Hon. Josepli - Porter, of Gloucester
county, was,re-elected VicePresidsnt-tif
the Council,,,(State_ Senate.).
Robert llothori- , 01 - .Princeten - r-was.
- intell'Aecretir of the Councif-4-I ,
a vote of•twe s velVlngsle lyeiocos;-;orlia
whit being 'ab c ,sent... :-'The state. of Art' ;
being, in the 'Senate, .thirteen: Whigs, to
five Locos. • . . - •
The HOn. John Emly, of
county,, wad' appointed Speaker of the
House of Assembly and Samuel Prior;:,
clerk, by the, large majority of forty-one
Whigs,. to twelve Locos, that being the
state_of parties-in that-branch j
gisiature. • • _
The Governor hal§ just sent in a
Message this morning to the Legislature,
in which he speaks out the, plain but &in
language of a.freetpen. of The Jerspy.poil,—.
he calls things by:their fight names.
GENERAL Hovvxitn.—The Lawrencebut
Beacon states 'that 'General • Howard,- the
defeated Iraeoloco ctir.ditiate for Gavernor
,of Indiana, has, received the appointment of
qincinor ,of lowv Territory, vice jracas,
whose, term: of -,Slerv 2 kela his, expired.'- This
is ito tnorethadwastobi extracted. om
the , People reject, the PresidOit appoints: .
-: —/V r ew York Eee. , . Star. - • ,
Illegal. Voting—Tviiiiien, named pae.
TOt and Kensil; were arrested at Philadel--
phia on- Friday for illegally vtiag at the
, .
. . .
• • .
last:election in : , .thateity, and 'held to:bail,
the first in $5OO and the .latterin $4OO.
Fo'n,the Herald,: Expasitof.
1111* 'Exeel I! rity, -
• ::2VM -- o,s'
Commandfr4n-C'hitt of - all' Ike Locofoco.
Forces in the alited.States '
. . . •
•1 haVe the.honor t o report to your.
Excellency"the inelancholy result.
.of the
campaign io .the Cumberland • cif
the - Gland Army of YOunsylvartia. •
I had
e mi forces.:thoretighly,:marshalled,..
after the severe 'sltirmieh, with the enemy
on , the: 13th ultimo, .preparatory to'the
grand battle of the 3Qth. . Opon - s. - careful
miamin6tion of the disposition of, the ''ene
my'S forceS,'l:Cencluded that victory was
bertain,to perch upon •my hanneri although
I confess I had some • misgivings, as..the
enemy appealed somewhat duelled' at their
fancied, success •on the, Oth. — My fears
were increased by an' express which arriv
eiL.bringing :nig . the intelligence; that the
enemy, clurnig the summer, had erected a
three-gun battery in Shippensburg, under
the: direction .of Lieutenantllaxter, called
the Hero.. of tiMeanoe," and one in
New -Cumberland, Under-the - command of
Lictitehan.o calred the 'FFree;,-
. ..
that old -- veteran Underwood, and had al
triost. become .uSeleas.. • The enemy had
lost all fear and respect for heroo 'weak'
oinicontemptible mere hersquibs.,_ llaving.,l
rAtWirt - order, fir - battle; I - directed the
F 4 !ireship . Carlisle Post Office," 'and , the•
• different sloops of the same class, which ,
Were stationedin different sections to, sear
upon - the enemy, :to Cruise constantly, and
iliftereeKirfiiiiibto; - alrilie iirovisions_ and
ammunition of ' the enemy; and cult off all
1 ceMmunication among their offiders. .ln
1 - 11) ein ea n i i re e-FOrt - ' I !A m - ericanNoltiriteer" l
kept . up '. her fire-of -.small guns upon . the
',enemy.; buLber "Slugs of lies fell short, and
- afteeOveryzetrottiwor_found f itrjrnpealaible
in - eleeirte her guns suffielendifiigif to - reach,
the - onemy.: I therrindered-tlie-,fliip-ner-w
-fire a few bomb-shells-of slander into Fort
_lierald,!!_itighly eharged_with every_cont-__
...material necessary CO affect. our
purpose., This proved abortive,. es tite,l
enemy received their explosions (without
any visibleomotion—indeed it seemed •as
if they were emboldened -by them .for:the;
, contest. - My _next effort Was to soW.disie
fectionin their ranki, by an an attempt JO.
create a mutiny . . _ For. this purpose I.cir
culated every' charge imaginable , against
..mmander-itv-chief. Thisalso proved
a failure, and reconeu , upon me wan Ilia
nite mischief, causing many of My, men •to
„and, go over to . the enemy,- anti to
litailtroktcu t was it carried; that tfotinil necessary to order the Gunner to - open t ,
fire upon the deserters from the guns of ,
Fort Volunteer; and also to let loose some '
of 'the "Cuba .111Ood, Hounds." • These
means arrested open desertion, but I have
reason 'ti; believe that great assistance wjts
rendered, secretly, by some of thetfis-or
ganizers in my - army. . •
Haying got:ready, I disposed my force,
and at, 9 . o'clock on the morning - of the
30th, gave the order to,-)" . charge along the
whole . lino." .Thvorder :Was promptly
obeyed, but -the-enemy stood. in silence,
and received- - ns with fixed bayonets. 1
- watched • the° pi - ogress of the line. with a
vigilant eye, and awaited the' result with
the most intense anxiety. ' :Soon-the 'con
-Ilia became general—the slaughter and
- Tarnage - were - drentlful; — .l - fellgreirl.c - felt
Hence in my veteran's who had never stis
tained a defeat, and especially as they fought
this battle under the inspiring banner of
" To the - victors belong the : spoils,"' a-'
gainst an - enendy but lately. organized: and '
badly drilled;• _ But, sir, amidst the roaring-
of cannon, the firingef guns, the clashing
of swords, and the screams of the .wounded
and dying, yoU could hear, rising tilio,qi
the din of battle,. from 'the, enemy, tlie
shout of - - ' •' ---- -
" Oltlffip's the boy to swing the flail, • '
. r : Hurrah, hurrah, litimit . !i' . - - .
Such • enthusiasm inspired them • with , a
deq-daring feeling
.and , completely dis
pirited my men. After an alternate charge
and retreat during the whole day, the eas
tern and western wing gave way at seven
_o'cloOlt" in the evening,. and the enemy
:drew off their men to allow 'us to attend to,
the wounded, and to pay the-last tribute of
respect to our brethren,who,had fallen in
:the conflict. ' '
- 1 eanassure your - E7xcellencyTtliatirt -- i: - .
eit.'-'ilieletails of this melancholy day with
emotions of theAcepeatoorrow, Nothing'
could exceed the overwhelming onset of
theoneiny. After receiving - ouitst charge,:
and suCh hai. been the destruction v iliat not
one company of my gallant .ariny remains
'unscathed; 'except the Invincible Guard ot I
.Silver Spring;_,__ I . .diselose to)
yout.'Exeelleney • that !of the•Beyal Legion I
o i f t
j " ‘ Nc r wville,..Only:lP`"of that gallant"' band'!
euriive.'':'At Shippensburg, by Means' of
the Three Gtin.-BatterY;the enemy carried
our radoubt, and, took 03,priSorters, besides
.theSti.killed.iiitid.: ivautided._,:.-Our...gallant
Colonel -Willis.escapetl Witlt'great *dam'',
ty. ' With the assistance of thi , Three Gun
Battery ',,in,NeW' . CuMberhind, the enemy
car - Oetl''ovety Redoubt-in the:etiatern divi
linn,. excepting. Silver. pri Spring, and .14leehlin'
icaburg4-in the latter, it was tid,ratv,n battle..
''...Tho,.main,boily . of the. - artity,.the:lnipe 7 ,
rial Guard;:iinddr*ly immediate command .
a . ar vile, feught.bravely
. _:lidTfio..bly . , : but'
the f a tee"seem*ti...4 l oioo:''tiltir,'•... : t aaliniii.
speak ,too, 1404:4 the aativify,efidiatitia
try. of the -Cominfosioneit ' o,ffleer's during:
the whole engagentent. ~ , Iltit - after being:
underarms Item 9'. in. the morning till IZ
_at..night,.:Oul- the "disheartening 'news at'-.`
riving in from all quarters, thought it
mdst prudeurto yield to thedictatei of hu-.
mattity,. - and'. save the farther effuaion.of
blood, by surrendering myself and men as
klitaners , or.,war: ['therefore struck my
e ring :antl - u upon quelable
.democracy.of Cumberland county,'? to..the
enemy at. 25 mitinte,s;past.l2 M„-and am
.now at large onlll3i'Oarele : of honor.
I haVe . the. honor, to be, your Freellen
era, most ,obediept and 'devoted huMble.
servant, •*- PELEtt SNUBNOSE, •
:United StaoB%lVavy:-
• .
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The subscriber will offer at public vendue,nehia
residence in Carlisle, on Theaday the 241 h fy..x.-
-vet o er instant, at 10 o'clock . a; m, the , folloy t ing
personal property, Id. wit :
Mahogany Dining Tables ;
Card Tables; Chairs ;
Glass and China. ware - Of ;Arm
quality; • 'l3edS, Bedding, and BO&
steads '• A pail-Of:excellent nor
ke,s; T wo Carriages, 11: Cart and
Sleigh; Two .very superior Mitch:.
Coiith • ALSO •
iifthe SR me - lin%; tmiLpface;•tlvoq-----:7-
. •
T o wvr z O rr s
. • k. -
situate .on the Baltimore Turnpike. Terms . made.
knonit at the tirric.of snie. : .
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• . CARLISLE,. NOV. 2,184-0 J
The' Principal Assessors of the different Boroughs
and Townships
,within the county; of Cumberland,
are requested to meet at the. Commissioners. office
in the Borough of Carlisle, tin Miinday the 23d inst.
at.lo - o'clock nythe forenoon on businesS qf impor
tance t•attive to,their.thlties in fixing-upon the-stan
dard rates-&e: for the triennial assessment. Punctual
attendance is requested. Jay order,of the Board,
- - .JOHN IRWIN, elk.
For Sale.
. .
The subscriber Ofcrs fey. mil; a small tract of
first rate
I - ''- - -,_ .Lina46stinie • I lnd .
•Il 1 , '
ebntaii!iiig 12 aCees, situate 'in North—Middleton
township, adjoining lands of
_christian Rule,lloliert.—
Irvin and .-'1511;11- ICuta."----A-65 ,- -Lpeesop. wishingf;to --
porch:lSe can have any amount frork2 to 12 acres.-
- - • - - JAMB GRUBB.
Nov. 4, 184.0.-3i*
For Sale.
The. two Story Stone House - neeupied by R...C:
Hall, Esq. on East street •Carlisle,.with the . Lot of -
Ground .1/0 feet front on said' street, and 'extending •
"50, feet hack, to the Letart s win : There is a Stone .
Cnrringo-House i and-a-;,well4lf_voter_ on
tlie - einlses; The whole property , js enclosed by
.substuntial stone 1:.,a11.. _For•fortberiwtlctilmap.ply,
-- • atlis,R;l 7 -N0V. 7 4 - , • - • -
Viitiuiltille :Property . For Sale.
--ILLhe sold. at Public Sale, on the .‘
- pi:emisoi, oti'llairaday the 17th of Noi;el*
her :net, the following tleseribed real estate, to *it: .
of first rate .Patented' Limestone .Ltual, Situate in •
South Middleton township, about two miles south _
of Carlisle. 'Fifty acres of the tract arc cleared and
in an excellent slate of cultivation—and the residue
covered withthriving young timber. The improve= '
meats are •
•*' Two :Story Log Mouse,
- 'POIJ.II.I%E' ZOO .11.41111.M'
a Frame Spring House and other "out bt , illtrings.
I.—.l,orty is also a neretyrailingopring of loafer,
nod a thriving apple ortha77 . .
The. above property is a vefy . z
desirable (mein.
Maly respects. __The tern (will. be. made .easy, nud
an i idisputablu title Persons wishing to view
tho,premises can call with the subscriber residing
ov. 4,1140,
~..r,,,,j,‘s z fmlulf;ifo l . i ltr,,r,yl,rl:.L. , lts t fvf.,4,l;ij. r,
.'l2 d-- For 'Sale. Imo "
NITILL be soh!, on
,Wednemlay the ..2 . .ith.of X 0... •
vember,nt 11 o'clock A. M.,
X 'Valuable Grist Mill" , •
and about. 85 acres of land, situate on middle spring,
about half a mile
.north. of Shippensburg, adjoining
the prorrties of David Nevin, Andrew Frazier and
others. The imprOvements and land are good. .
November 4, 1840. ' „ . ,
L mukactm.
estate. of Jesse Duck, late of the borough of-
Newville, Cumberland county, dec'd., have been is
TICE is Itereby giimp, that the subscriber will attend ' •
at the house of Mrs. Elizabeth Duck, in Newville,
on 'Wednesday and Thuriday the 25th and 26th of
November inst., when all those that are indebted 'to
said estate will please mac paymOtt,ltnd all those
having claims against said estate Will present them_
properly authenticated Ur settlement.
WV M. DUCK, Expeutor.
Nov. 4,
CINE.IFIER , 11 . 114.71" •
The Old Statftl of the subscribtlr, opposite Simon
Wonderlichis tavern . ; is now.crowded with the hug- •
est and most extensive new stock of the cheapest
goods ever brought to Carlisle; as the public may ,
satisfy themselves by calling and seeing. ,
Pilot, Beaver and other cloths, $2 and upwards
, per yard; _ Cassimeres and cassinetts Unusually low. '
I A. largeassortnnent of Mouelin-De Leiner . ), from $2,50
to $lO per pattern. Stacks ofshawls,puch as broths. •
merino, tag-heath 'emb'il. ailk and satin chenay, satin
I damask, blanket
„and cotton, from 25 cte. to, $2O. • •
Elegant plaid and other fancy 'sap and bonnet
bons, from 6 to 75 cents, huh finings to' match.
Emb'd. silk, satin andthibet scarfs and handkerchiefs; •
! every variety of ladies and gents ree and hosiery,
,B{e. ; with a variety of other valuable and seasonable
articles. .
50 cases .Thtots.and Shoes, have just been opened
and added to .the before, exteniove steak, ame
iw are Lathes and:Misses - gum - oloth,-lined-sto _
! fur gum; Morocco, Kid, tic. Men's and Bays Boots •
and Shoes of every description for the Fall and Win
ter seaions; . : • .
A general: 'stock too, of -Men's and •Boys - Fur,
Cloth and Seal Caps, with a feW fine, fashionable-
Fur Hats, all ofwhich will be' old cheaper...than eter •
by. - • . •• VOW:Ma' •
Carlisle, Nov. 4, Is4o. •
I. •-011,1114►)1 "IlaA/2126, • •
1 -- i - AhleiFitieie - ihace - iiif7ilieTaubsorilier, in
U - Franklin toWnslu; York county,(4 miles west '•
of 1)i Ilsburg o &
and mil - ea-east of Pete;•thurg i Atlum • .. •
county) some time
41,in .ScpteMber
iry a
iE • •
13 9 JAI A
about 14 hands high, eight.years .641,1a5t - spring,.
witha-small white spot on thelorehead--two- -
feet.white, and ringboned in 'the right hind-ot.,—
The owner is requested to prove property, pay char
ges and take . her, away, or ,dispased of
according to . - • • • •
'Franklin tp. York - ea?.
•-Nov. 5-•
MID it Q 3 IR .
ETTEits_fr4grAmENlTAnt7iiiHmAKAGA44--„,..,... z ,-
1 A - Will af,Sabastianl•Voitticons - • •
boroagh deekl.;:lavellieda,:lained, - .li.:dae, • •
form of tpw,jo,the saboarlharpi iieramailisiviag • -
Iwill:Praselit..themforP# l •• . •
moot, and, all peraone payment •
• - .EPHR/iIMI HAER,I ' •
• '-. DAVID HOWER; • klEeeto,
• ' !•SANI'L.HOWyog ' • , .
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- ,Qat. 2 9; 1 ; 1 , 4 c 0 . --- 6t . •