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Entre nous contr noo). Between ourselves. French.
E plu'ribus unum. One from many. Latin. The motto of the U. S.*
Esprit du corps (espre du core). The spirit of the body; the

corporation spirit. French.
Et cæt'era. And the rest. Latin.
Ex cath'edra. From the chair. Latin.
Esem'pli gratia, (e. g.) As an example. Latin.
Ex offi'cio. By virtue of office. Latin.
Ex parte. On one side. Latin.
Ex tem'pore. (From the time.) Without premeditation. Latin.
Fac sim'ile. (Do the like.) A close imitation. Latin.
Festi'na lenté. Hasten slowly. Latin.
Fiat justi'tia, ruat coelum. Let justice be done though the heavens

fall. Latin. Ha'beas corpus. (You may have the body.) A kind of writ.

Latin. Hic jacet. Here lies. Latin. Ibidem. In the same place. Latin. Ignis fat'uus. A false fire. Will o' the wisp. Latin. I. H. S. (Iesus Hom'inum Salva'tor.) Jesus the Saviour of men.

Latin. Incog'nito. Unknown. In disguise. Without a name. Latin. In exten'so. At large. In full. Latin. In foro conscien'tiæ. Before the tribunal of conscience. Latin. In loco. In the place. Latin. In me'dias res. Into the midst of things. Latin. In nu'bibus. In the clouds. Latin. In præsen'ti. At the present time. Latin. In pro'pria perso'na. In his own person. Latin. In sæc'ula sæculo'rum. For ages of ages. Latin. In situ. In its original place. Latin. In statu quo. In the state in which it was. Latin. Inter nos.

Between ourselves. Latin. In terro'rem. In terror. As a warning. Latin. In toto. In the whole. Altogether. Latin. Ipse dixit. (He said it himself.) One's own assertion. Latin. Jure divi'no. By divine right. Latin. Jure humano. By human right. Latin. Labor ipse volup'tas. The labour itself is a pleasure. Latin. Labor om'nia vincit. Labour conquers all things. Latin. Lapsus linguæ. A slip of the tongue. Latin. Lex talio'nis. The law of retaliation. Latin. Locus sigil'li. (L. s.) The place of the seal. Latin.

* Referring to the fact that there are many States in one confederacy.

Lusụs natu'ræ. A freak of nature. Latin.
Magna charta. The great charter of English liberty. Latin.
Max'imum. The greatest possible. Latin.
Mens sana in corpore sano. A sound mind in a healthy body. Latin.
Meum et tuum. Mine and thine. Latin.
Min'imum. The least possible. Latin.
Mirab'ile dictu. Wonderful to tell. Latin.
More majo'rum. In the manner of our ancestors. Latin.
Multum in parvo. Much in little. Latin.
Muta'tis mutan'dis. After making the necessary changes. Latin.
Nem'ine contradicen'te. (Nem. con.) No one opposing. Latin.
Ne plus ultra. (Nothing more beyond.) The extreme. Latin.
Ne sutor ultra crep'idam. Let not the shoemaker go beyond his

last. Latin.
Nolens volens. Willing or unwilling. Latin.
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. Non compos mentis. Not of sound mind. Latin. Nonchalance (nong sha-länse). Carelessness. Indifference. French. Non nobis solum. Not for ourselves ont Latin. Non seq'uitur. (It does not follow.) A conclusion not warrant

ed by the premises. Latin. Nos'citur a so'ciis. He is known by his companions. Latin. Omne igno'tum pro magnif'ico. Every thing unknown is taken

for magnificent. Latin. Omne tulit punctum, qui mis'cuit u'tile dulci. He has carried

every point, who has mixed the useful with the agreeable.

Latin.
On dit (on de); (It is said.) A loose report. French.
Onus proban'di. The burden of proving. Latin.
O! tem'pora, 0! mores. Oh, the times and the manners ! Latin.
O'tium cum dignita'te. Leisure with respect. Latin.
Par'ticeps crim'inis. Partaker of the crime. Latin.
Passim. Everywhere. In various places. Latin.
Pater pa'triæ. The father of his country. Latin.
Per se. By itself. Latin.
Petit maitre (pet-te-mātr). A coxcomb, a beau. French.
Posse comita'tûs. The power of the county. Latin.
Prima fa'cie. On the first face. Latin.
Primum mobʼile. The first cause of motion. Latin.
Pro bono pub'lico. For the public good. Latin.
Pro et con.

For and against. Latin.
Pro re nata. For a special business. Latin.
Pro tem'pore. For the time. Latin.
Quantum. How much. Latin.
Quantum libet. As much as you please. Latin.
Quantum sufficit. A sufficient quantity. Latin.

Quid nunc? (What now ?) One curious to know every thing. Latin. Quid pro quo. (What for what.) A mutual consideration. Latin. Qui vive? (ke-veev.) Who

goes

there? French. Quoad hoc. As to that. Latin. Quo jure. By what right. Latin. Quorum. (Of whom.) Such a number of any corporate body

as may leyally transact business. Latin. Quota. (How much ? How many ?) A share. Latin. Quo warran'to. (By what warrant.) A sort of writ. Latin. Reduc'tio ad absurdum. Reducing to an absurdity. Latin. Ruse de guerre (ruz de gar). A trick of war. A stratagem. French. Salus pop'uli supre'ma est lex. The welfare of the people is the

first great law. Latin. Sanctum Sancto'rum. The holy of holies. Latin. Sang froid (sang frwä). Cold blood. French. Scire fa'cias. (Cause it to be known). A sort of writ. Latin. Secun'dum artem. According to art.

Latin. Semper para'tus. Always ready. Latin. Sic passim. So everywhere. Latin. Sic transit glo'ria mundi. Thus posses away the glory of the

world. Latin. Sine die. Without naming a day. Latin. Sine qua non. A thing without which another cannot be. Latin. Soi-disant (swä de-zän). Self-called. French. Suav'iter in modo, fortiter in re. Gentle in the manner,

but vigorous in the deed or action. Latin. Subpæna. (Under a penalty.) A sort of writ. Latin.

(Under the rose.) Secretly. Latin. Sui gen'eris.

Of its own Icind. Peculiar. Latin. Summum bonum. The chief good. Latin. Totis viribus. With all his might. Latin. Toto coelo. By the whole heaven. Latin. Ultima ratio regum. (The last reasoning of kings.) War. Latin. Ult. ultimus. The last. Latin. Vade: mecum. (Go with me.) A constant companion. Latin. Verba'tim et litera'tim. Word for word and letter for letter. Latin, Verbum sat sapien'ti. A word to the wise is sufficient. Latin. Vi'ce ver'sâ. The terms being exchanged. Latin. Vi et armis. By force and arms. Latin. Vis-à-vis (ve-za-ve). Opposite. Facing. French . Vis iner'tiæ. The power of inertness. Latin. Vivâ voce.

By the living voice. Latin. Vive memor lethi. Live mindful of death. Latin. Vox et præte'rea nihil. A voice and nothing more. Latin. Vox pop'uli,vox Dei. The voice of the people is the voice of God. Latin.

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PRINCIPAL STAPLES.—Wool is a staple in all the counties—corn is a staple in all the counties--wheat in nearly all, a few Eastern counties not raising much on account of more profitable resources. Cotton is a staple in all the counties except some ten or twelve in the extreme east and extreme west.

Tobacco is a staple in Stokes, Forsythe, Rockingham, Caswell, Person, Orange, Alexander, Chatham, Wake, Granville, Warren, Franklin, Halifax, Davie, Davidson, Guilford, Iredell, Moore, Montgomery, and Northampton.

Potatoes are a staple in all the counties, the east producing immense quantities of the sweet, and the west of the Irish potato. Oats are a staple nearly everywhere. Rye is a staple in half the counties—buckwheat is a staple in the mountainous counties—peas are a staple in many eastern and midland counties, the ground-pea being produced in great quantities in the south-east.

Lumber is a staple in Bertie, Beaufort, Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Chatham, Chowan, Camden, Craven, Cumberland, Edgecombe, Gates, Hertford, Hyde, Johnston, Martin, New-Hanover, Perquimmons, Pasquotank, Robeson, Sampson, Tyrrell, Washington, and Wayne.

Turpentine is a staple in Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Carteret, Craven, Chowan, Cumberland, Duplin, Edgecombe, Greene, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, New-Hanover, Onslow, Pitt, Robeson, Washington, and Wayne.

Rice is a staple in New-Hanover, Onslow, Brunswick, Bladen, Columbus, Carteret, Craven, Duplin, Gates, Greene, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Martin, Tyrrell, and Washington. Fish are a staple in Bertie, Beaufort, Chowan, Craven, Gates, Hertford, Lenoir, Martin, New-Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, Perquimmons, Pasquotank, Pitt, Tyrrell, and Washington. Ginseng is gathered in the mountain counties; salt is made in Carteret, Currituck, and Onslow, and could be made in other Atlantic counties. Hay abounds in all sections; grapes of different varieties, and all the garden vegetables, apples, peaches, pears, melons, &c. &c., grow in every part of the State, and can be cultivated to great advantage. Live-stock abounds; and beef and pork are everywhere staples.

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