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0 for each company. The County Court has authorized the raising of $20,000 for the purpose of meeting any deficiency Equipment providing for the destitute families and giving to each company $1,000 to be placed in the hands of the Captain to be use has a re fund for the benefit of his men Having been present at the organization of the company formed at Willeysburg, on the 14th inst. called the Charlotte Defenders, it affords me great pleasure to note the events which transpired Mr. Thos. D. Jefferson was a men Captain unanimously. although at had as a competitor for the position a distinguish graduate of the Military Institute at Lexington Capt. J. ff. ess. although save having received a regular military education, evinced early in life an unusual taste for the study or military tactics, and has devoted himself to it with great assiduity. He has commanded a company of militia at Wadeysburg for several years with such satisfaction to the men as to gain their warmest admiration
e to two parties, the Nationalists and Federalists, during the session of the Convention. After the ratification of the Federal Constitution, the name Federalist became popular, and the Nationalists dropped their name and assumed that of Federalists, under the lead of Hamilton while their opponents, the original advocates of the Federal theory, called themselves. Republicans, a name afterwards assumed by the Black Republicans, who are in fact the avowed Nationalists of the present day. Mr. Jefferson always called himself a Republican, in its original acceptation, and Mr. Calhoun preferred it. The Republicans of old advocated State-rights, the Sovereignty of the People of the States, the limitation of the Federal Government to the specific grants of the Constitution, and opposed Government Banks, Protective Tariffs, Land Distribution, bounties to Cod fisheries, and shipping interests and other monopolies, all of which were favored by their opponents. It is important to bear these fa