re ready to destroy?
And now one of their foremost orators, who made himself conspicuous on the floors of Congress for his bitterness against us, has lately been slain by Southern bullets — he who said that Massachusetts should yet furnish a Governor for South Carolina.
Peace to his ashes I We wish to his spirit no harm, but we could ask, Is he ready to destroy?
where is the fury of the oppressor? --(Doc. 164.)
The schooner Carrie Sandford, Capt.--, arrived at Wilmington, N. C., from Nassau, N. P., with a cargo of four thousand five hundred bushels of salt, seventy-one barrels of sugar, a quantity of arrowroot, &c.; very acceptable articles just at this time, and no doubt a very large profit will be realized therefrom.--Wilmington Journal, November 16.
The Collector of the port of Boston received instructions from Washington, D. C., to stop the exportation of saltpetre and gunpowder from the city of Boston.--New York Herald, November 16.
The steamship Champion arrived