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o* " ,_j.._r, the dellflerv of the nllitarv poit* ana I
frmmk l? ConmWoner. ^^11 bmM 2 th? Com
TiUo property wohtni lhe Po?lt>Uity ofa eol
t _udb< ^t^rtafidrTal aod SUte troon*. thfl po.lt will bc
? ..aobetYieMtB*'^ |tt?dtb?Be will t?ke tp, MMMM ,
Wl-caBed kf ??yjltai cin, ne made, tbe li.,e of march out rf
* uec^tiBf) PyK7_y>.,t_,u_rrhiut o,.t wltn tbeir arrai, tke
B^iat, by i?iy ? ?" fa j. t ckuhing, cau.f' and ta-ri'on |
fk b,,'fufuJmVt*r'? .fflit.l.uhfl.tel.'M. n.edic.l, Upit.l
br"PV H'STmean.ol tr, . .port.tiou of t-veiy kind 11 aiay ke
y0"*' t?i an efficlent ai 1 Otintly moienent of tbe tr.-opi,
?aee??*ry ior ^^ ef d(1. J1M ?gai,ut i|gre?*ioD* frofli any
ktmSjC'..^ma will carry witb t'nan. proTl.lon* ai fir u the coait
BJUVEX MAJ. CKN. TW100B
ptittioTic unmi vooii <iov. hoobtov.
Tke GoJcetton Cnil.an ofthe iilft inst. haa tbe fol
**We understmid tbat Gen. Honalon haa been for some
'iyBatbiflplai'Oonl!..lvt*tou Bflf prepurinu n place
,/retin-ieut lor hi* old age. He ariivcd tbere laat
Briday. but traveled in tbe moet private way, and
Svoiib*! aU interfereuce wiib tbe piWBBOt l ? liticflj Bfll*
Boa lledoeanot, however, we. uadflflfltaad,wmb,
flvanv means, to be con Idered a? one of tho-e flflfl*
br h-h'onr converts to sece-rion, aonany of wbom aro
. ft claiming their reward. The Anitti Intelligcnctr
t*-* beeu poimiitad to pabflah tbe following ejttract
ft-jxr. h letter wri ten by Oea. Hoflfltooto an oli fnuud,
JBhi'b define* bi* ponitiop tnua:
" You my it ia report. d tbat I uin for Sm-eeeioii. A-y.
fcbo<e who Bay ao to l "int B a woid of flbfl aatborix
theatioemeiit. ) have dclartd uiyai-l: m favor ot
cc, tt harniony, 4 eoflfl.ifl, M o.der? io 0..1..111
foir exiireM'oa ol the w ill tfl tbe BflflB. lMnaeioiui
M m.-y be thc prered.:.! BaugefBtod by tbe Lonyen
Uon before the majetiv <>f the flfl, wbkh tecogeixea
ft* power to subinit the qiflfltlM of diruniou to tl. ? pi ?>
fl! i vi'.ld in tbe mmb aatnttbMaetaatod AfldreB
Ku'kHou, iu paving tbe flne artiirmily Imiflaed ou Mfl
v New-Orleun*. I Bfl dMendaed thrtt Ibfl flbfl
\T0-iltl overth.-ow biW tbflll leami.o les-ou lrom me.
"I atill believe tbat gtecaflna w ill tn ing r?ta nnd civil
?trar. Tfl if tbe people flifl, I Cflfl bflM H flBb IMfl.
1 wou'd faiu not be <ie luiei. an i.ucn fron myatAljt
Bfll in old Viigii.iu, to tbe aceoM d myenrlytoM*
fladtriumphsMiiiobleTennefwe. I vioi.ldnot. olmy
owu choite, yivo up the banner beaealb wbic i I have
Iflught; ibe L'oiiBtitutioii whi h I baye rev.-ic, of tfl
Union wbieh I havo loved nud cheriehed M thegloil
otu and prioefca* flritagfl bequt-atl.ed me y i.v
father*. biAty-acvcn y?en . tfrox iw . tbe rec lb rtion
Of pait triunijihaand aofferingB, mo memorbfl of berucfl
flrbom I bave eeen nnd known, and whoae -?? :n-r ited
nd-'Ae* would haunt my foetflepit flen 1 to f.-l'.-r novv,
{av y iHjrl.api bave flflde bm too flevotcfl to tbi Cooatl*
tnaUoa und tbo Unioa, but be ir ao. Lid I believe that
fbenv uud ihe ligbu of th Bofllb deawaflflfl iB
IflvaM Bfl CtaltMa. IbeUefatbat Bm conceMion
wu* nrcoflMTj to fi-iime Ibe Coaatltutioa will now
fflaerve it. TbM baflflfiaf, I cauu.'t rotoBrl fl -
fli'u.
' I have hew'tatod to ?ay nnythiug on thii topic, l.e
raiiao I d-aire the jicople to ucl fjr IblflMlfM. My
flUws a.. M ie.or.1. V. t il i.- pflflfl l bM light thal
By old irienda tboold know tiiat tba charge tbal 1 um
for BeoCMMB i? lalae. Ifl err in bolding <?:; elill lotifl
flbrta ef my vcr.eiated "bl motber, Viigiuia, ai.d ibe
BoMcr-uiothor wbieh uiatured u.e frntn wybeod, gBfi*
baa TeaneMMB, my eeflatryaMBflilllorglvfl me.asihey
bave foiKiven me for ...any Olbot thiuga 1 have dflflM. 1
i-i.ii wiiluig evun to be cauM a Subuiiseiouiat flfl tbtir
Mdie." _
LEITLIt FROM LIEUT. A. J. BLBBMKB.
Koai l'i un Fla.. feb, BL 186L
Deai- Bbotbbb: AiBflptcbu MMflngflrflfll Bavi
bflre lor Washington ta BBM fflfl, I will ar:< I
fcarry aome piivate leii>:rn, wiih bia public onca, aad
Ifl you kuow eome liilb- nbi-ut Kort PBkflMaad tbo
ibftahitauti (bereof. I only wieu il were not ao flBch
?f a oue-iiJed urrungcrr.c-:it, ae we Bfl d Bttflifl down
biom more tban you Bflflflfl [co-lc up Nflftfe can.
TUc papen ccu,e fhioaflli MMaedaMt, bfl leflan never.
It uiute aurprises me to eee my uaint- fiauriaf ao exten*
S'lv-ilyii. the newapai-trt, 1 have timply done my
utv", bfll I Bupixife tne doing i', aader auch u preasure
__. ? * _. .____ *_l_._n.__. S* _n.i.... .*... . . ./(ir ci ^.l_r_i rI^li?,t triwina
pi opporitlon. make? ii appear rreditabB. The tro..p*
%xo leavit.g tne opiioeite ahore, dlafiiMed al playiug
fflklkr, 1 aupioae. 1'i.ey uy thtffl a^ only about
tbreo liundnu remaitiiug, and tbeae are icg.il.ua
bavlng enll?ted for one yoar. My nu-^seiiger to tl o
yard, this morning, anil tL-y vceie afruid we would at?
tack thoni now. We could do t^o, and get poaarfloion
ngaiuof cveivtliingiu an Lour, il we flfla Bflf |flilill
Md to take sueh a courae. I Lave loyv Mflflflflfld
BeaiL all the gunt?tbal is, all that are reully neccafu,
ry lo enable thia work to l*e defeuded by a lorte of -**jK?
Wn. We have work-.d like hort.ee to accompliab tbia,
bel great thinga can be done by Bmull nioana wben one
now- bow. Tbia auiall command Lae done more than
fThaae or LoiBBX coul-1 bave done with tbeir*!,Oi)0 men,
kntl they know it. Having aeea our guna go np*ao
fiipidly, they awear we bave had rt't-nforcementa. In
lbct, the papen say, nothing else ci->.ld be exjieeted?
thal we have binugt:lfcti in meu tri m the ffltflB, It is
broe we could bave doue eo, aud thtf bc Bflfl tbe
flrlter i but not a man baa been added to thi* coramund
Iroiu them. Iu fact, 6o partieulur are we, Ihut not
Bteu nu ofBcer haa eome i.ebo:o wltli the flzee] tion of
fcflj't. Vodgi*a,and he only onie, when thc voaeflle firtt
1'beM Southern papare ere publiahing ell Bort* of
Jibm reporta alKitu me. (>ne ia that I wbs htard toaay
IWt if tbey bad uttacke.1 tbe lort bjiv tiu.e rluririg ihe
fcttt Ufieeu d?ye 1 would have auIflflfleitdfl flfll
Irg a gun." 01 courae thi-. ia not truo. My MM
3od at tne gun* everv one of thoae daya, and it they
rl conie they would LiY t learneJ the dcliaiti jnof one
_.id of urape.
t The peoplt on the ojpt. ite abore think we are ln a
Och more dek-naibb" condition than wben they Bffl
me. Tbe moral flflbct flf tbfl gflMM u*pi*gr?it.
'heu tho move waa fin-t madelwoiked BMfl flbfl
lb*# could not rec me, and they thongbt but liMlt wo*
ftoiox; bot when rny men wtre pat to ivork on tbe
barbette guns, Bfld ihey aaw the-n go ud aliuoet like
iflffe, m they tbought \ihey could warcely move their
hwn gnoB}. tbey tegan to think troubloua timec weie
pfHaiiig. There are onlv, ae I aaid before, about four
Bflndred u.eu at tbe barracka, Fort Karrtmcaa aud old
SlcOiaa?only enoii(ih to garricon tbem. Tbev are
??erj- much afraid tbat BOflfl tioe mcmlng tbey wiil hud
tbe Bhipe iu tho harbor, w ith ibfl Bflflflflflfl la them
tbat tbey can leava within two boors, uulea* fbey pro
Bi to be food for powder. .
CoL Cboae and t'aj t. Itandolpb aro both ? Mont
bomerv, leavmg Col. Forney in command.
He w a Weat Point graduate, and wm flngaged in
fatting up the batteries before tb!it work waaBtopjx.-d.
OflMfl Cbflfl waa piittiiig ni. a battery iiear tbe
Hgbt-boiiBe, and monnting eight luch coltimbiadu M it.
IfLie battery would bave rak-d our front, *o I wrote
Eting againat ita oontinuanco nt preaei.t, und nlao
t the enttion of all batterie- bewiiug on tbe
Colonol C'l.aae told theSecre arv of War that if
ild not land the troops in tbo llrooklyn. be, on
bB port, woull not attack the fort, and wuufd iunte
SJitely oiflcontiuuo all preparationB for ao doiug. Of
jfloone thia battery building waa violating tbe agree
hi?nt, and tbey have aduiitied it by not g"ing on.
f My think I have no right to mount ur.y moro gun*
."tbei, but that is all they know aSout H. Thore waa
flfl aruiialice on my aide at all, cm pt abont tbe liieling
Jfl the troop*, an(l tbat wua tbe Secretarj-'a. I oin at
jMtfeet bl>*rty to mount ever, gun iu tlie fort if I
Htooae, a:id to inak* auch otber defcuac* aa I eau in
flont or copv. . . . A. J. Ki.immi.h,
Fir?t Lieut., Firel Artillery, Ofl?BflflJ Fort
Pivkaua.
. OFFICIAL DOCUMOm
BELATIVE TO THK SlRRl.NUI.Il OF AfCfSTA
ARSi NAI,.
WaflflflflTOB, F'eb. lo, WA.
IflL S.CoorHfl, .titjittati'-firnercl Untttd Xtatu .irmy ?
6ir: ln complbince wiih your leitor of t',M dat*, I
ave the bonor to suhmit tbe folljwii._< complete ro
tu-x ol the ? irreml* r of tbe Uuitcd Statea Araanal ut
,'ignata, Oa Ou tbe moming flfl thc '^3d of Junoary
li., I locflivcd from the Oovernor of Ocoigia, tben iu
-_._igai_.ta, backed by a auperior force of btitie troopa,
?'mberiiig aome aix or wven bun-lred, a vrbul dc
u flflflfl tbo Bn-en.l, wbicb lrefuotd. Sbortly iffer
r-*aie, tbrough hia aid-de-taiup, a wiitien deimmd in
tt-m following tent.a, tbo mibrtaiioe of wbicb WM Bfl1
?Braphfld by me to the Wai iX-partmeut, to w it:
W ' AcfltiTA. Jan. 2.1, IBfl.
Bb: I im lu,trnr?*d by hl, BoMBtOflJ Oov Brewa toaflf
By.-ilUt OeoifliiUtini,' teceded livm tbt, I mli.t riratci nf
?Ltflcilia. an-1 rfwiini.-d bicIuaIt* *0T*r*i|8t7 over ber "ii, it
baa beooi'u Mi duty to retjulr* 700 lo wiinlraw ti.*- Iroitf*
tmdrr yonr comn.ind. a! (bc eirliett pr. tiiuble momti.t, t. > n
flfl i.uiltA of thfl titut... He iir.ip .?*? i, tl fl.. poaBflflaiOI
fln. 1 aJ i.,.1 ti racelpt '? r. , j .t, .. .,,- party - idery. 11
?rhi :. wu! fl>e aMtflMid !-.r, b afl)n*ia>?al ii?-?u --.-.?. Ibi
Ofl*--.!.* in- L'nttod BtMefl of Aruerloa. ile beptoreleryou
*-| ti.-fv-t il.it the Ait-.wiia of your tio.p. upon tbe *oli of
eoril*, Bt.er reuion.trai.r.-, tt, under tbe law* of u?ii *
?-. La ..ot onli a: peflOfl,
w.tioil to c.itlTAte thfl no*t au.1 .I.e itlotlon* Witb tbe
Uat'eti flitale* O ivcrii.i.aut. I aoi Inrtfcr. iotunetflflM *?y tiial
"lama-sr wlil bfl flspi a -. .. .-?t 9 o'civek. 1
B, Mtyfltflflflfltf. .. y. -.. - . b*di*l > i-rrifiit.
, Ul.NRK JACK-ON Aid* fl*-Cflif, kc.
Afjout l o'clo. k ou tl.e nijiht ofthe S'A . f .lauiHry
BU. I leoBived lrom tbe War Departiuent the following
>eply to my diapatch, to wit:
_?._._.. i?v>..? _ WfliHiNCT.,!*, Jan. ?, Wl.
Xftp.. ABVOLIi EliBT, btm.i Arttllrry, I. Mfl a Bl I Bf . I
_ur^^a_^!L0*^>,U**?"?''''1 *?*OA your port and
2^ ,t? ti' ?I*1*"** " ???? ??? fMBBMBfl i* bltrth i.d
EZl' Vt,, JaZ" *1|M 'J4 ,hM ro"* <*rf^?-? ?'""'?d ba d> ^
?S^'Jta_?;i__?h_?,.,r",Ml-w by *"*"?' <" ixttrvntlun. yoa
MrU. *m-ulste tor honoritlo Wrn*. Buflalire n___.__._ra bv watar
flB yflat ivaipauy, toNaw-Vori. V-*Hn ?> ^awjr,
-rV^^KJw'^ iS^'*m%7?mmmmt
RZ^mk 7A k?"^" .of k'K? ri^iio/cemeuta at
Bvaaaab aiid Atbmta n-wly to cow? np by mAl fl a
Mmmh a wan.ing, woull bare bfla dMperaiion in
l?J[2^ i)OBt}k,a- l *l*?\?? diiacied my Adjutant
*Md?B* iui-1 convey the followmg not* ln reply to tlie
BMeflMor'* demand:
-.."fiMicBtaa*, Aroc?T* AMaxai, Oa.. Jm.lt mm
B_^T'_i_l_?a ?oa hoflot to Inform too tbat I *m dtricW bv
?mma*a^Z>m'*mmMiat iaM P01*. ?? **T. 1? "plf lo lb* de
~'m fl- <>Qftnofl ol Uaorgia, made thrflu|fl. ?ofl TflMarflay
fBPWHfl H BiBflnw bi* wauutad bt|to4 mtU/thA t{ Bt
State, h* b*ei te ra-voaat an (nter-iew witb hii Ka?*llrii.-T tbfl
. .ovariior, for tbe ptirpone of ataflbHug honorabie tetmi o! .or
render, at a. rarly au hoor thii inornii g a* pf*votica*la.
1 bave tbe bonor to be, vary reaprcifullv, vout obrdieot a*r
vant, J. P. JO VES, Lieut 8*oond Art, Po.t Adj.
Ti CoL jAr-ioy. A. 1). C. ,
About ten o'clock of the aame roon.tng (-??Hb), tne
Goveruor, accomiiarkied bybi* slafl and lliba-dier-tJeu.
Hiirrii.. cornmiiuding tbe tfflBBB, rode mfc) my tMMi
,Btid was received hy me, wheu the following houoiftblb
tenr.s were agreed np"U nnd arcepted. to-wit:
1. 'ihe flag to be talulad and lowered by tbo Lidted Btat-t
lT/?^'tr company tr. ba mtiobed ont wlth miiltiry bonma. aud
torrtiiuli.rii'Jt uml .tn-I'-riy |,r perty. ._ _.,
8 'Ibe offi.cn. ?,.d loloi.ri to ovc .|'T q.itrteri until ramcTrd
bevend the llttiiu of tha State, tnd tu hiv? the Mfl Bf tt 1- ?
irtatioa to and irom tbe . I) tnd B tba neigbborl.ood, and
Iba i it-. D*f* ii" obtati.i'ig .upphr. Bo- <he city
4. Ihr public propeitv to ba irrelpted for by tiio -BtlMaatflr*
itiei, tnd accc,ante.U.r - i cn tciii.tu.ent tatWflfl tb* BBfl* of
Ueorgil iud tb., United IState* ol Amerlc*. ,
TimtHoitmbave.lalaaflafl pa-ite through m? out of
tbe State b, BBM to tflfl-B**, via ????">'?,, fj BROWN
(ioT*4-iiori_dCoiamitiUorln-Cb!if oftbe Army tf tbt. BBfl
AflfleaaB, ARNOI.D EL7.EY.
C "tair r-.ci'id Artlll4."y, roinmaodini Aoguita An-.nd.
I have'the bouor to be, very reiflflfllfoBf,.fflfl obt
dieui aervunt, .AL'NO". T_?n_
Ctiptuin flflflflfl ArtiUery.
A l-CESMOKIflT IN NFW-JI'.BSKY.
Yror, 1 U a . bfl'A, -V J . t '?"?"if* . .
Wb. a. nboiit aiv. woeks eiu.c, news flflfl to tbfl u'y
thfl Ai.-'iibuld (.-aii.', ir., hud voliuitirrtd Ibl. rf Bflfl
i B-dBWorflftlbflianci t? Alabana, had bflflaaflfl Bftf*
: tain <f the Mobb Wiu-hingtoii Light Itifuiti v, aud
took iortc--ion of tbe Cniud States Arsenul ul Mount
i Veraoa, near BobUe, tho ptopl.* waffl ?flf dbp*?ml ta
i?kuk and half to aafrfltlle ibfl nn m one worthv of
tbe pmfliBfl uud Li lieved Ihfl Mfl flflfld BM of soch
I u titaflflaba tifi.i BBwaiiflatahB bbbM* na to prr**laae
' his making bia BBflflfl?fBCfl Bflfl?' MMBfl the loyal
I peopli* uf ?flfl p!u-.e, bal shi.r.bi bfl bflflfl tho it.ilir.ri
', tion to retuin, lt vvitd (Iciidcxl BpOB to ticut bim wilb
ribat coi.tenijit. ain! Bflt make uny dirplay of tte.iiug
' in rcgnrd to li.-' hafifllttade nnd fatthbaaMMBBB
| io-,tutv, ninl bud bfl.OBurriving Bflfl"fl, not Bflflflfll <>f
, hig flxpbatl ind v. iliitigi.ess to rcpeat IBflM bt p. futiire
pttbd if an opportumty ot-curied, Itakt OaMfl?Inaa
tion would have been carried out. flo OtTfltvivelv,
liowcv.r, _11 he coiidiK t l.itr.self, that every one poe*
Bfaabaj a bm '?? "i patiiotlan and lnvi- f..r iho Amcrieaa
BUj aad the nalbnalit} of his country, could no I afM
BnppraMhiaU-cliiigs.aad ihloialBM ta flflflfl?prf**
sion in some Wfl] B tl.e conteuipt und loatl.ii g wbbh
ba foll for one who would totad hi* aid to liisrupl tbo
,-ountrv, and give those who woabj drV.roy it nympa
Ihf bnt MB*', und thb foflltag WM ebar.-.l l.y ail
tbflM aad poUticaJ cned*. ao poli I ?.l i.s.c.t what*
I ever Rttached to i', us 1'tie b*4 I BIOBIOfllj BtflBfld, BBd
fl la wall knowu bere. Tbe idea ofl a popular di-mon
t Bratiofl a?_toatod on Wodm adaj nifbt, wben ? very
' aahbiuiti. n_Utaifc?bn wm aada, alll ? Palinctu.
1 trcepabtrdon the back, u Iftbel iu tVaB with thfl
WOfflft '? A. (Ira.ie, i. tntit'-r to bis oOflBtry," und
.itii.i-1 in Ihfl n.id-t ol a large crowd Bf t<>
what* tho oi.je.t ol dMipp-rotatioa was Htay
bfl, when i) WM flfl up over I tiir-hi'.rn-l nnd
-ni on lire, auid t 0] roaitotu koi'tidr of liii horns and
otharifoalflniiog bMr_B*Bta, and liudut wiih BTAMflfl
r_jidlca aod rixhatflj nnd wbfl consumed thfl partf
di*pcir*ad, witb bootinga and grouns for tiwBMl ta
geii<-raL Nj demotiBralbfl von iMkfla MjallM the
dwal?uf, nor ro. kflti bflfl tato tla dflwbflj-ratMiki ae
ste'.nl bv Tn. World iK.iw----.pir BB PfHlay morning.
No bbbUim i'i "nr city are beld b Ufbflf Bflaea thu
thflMwitb wlioiii A*GrflfJfl lfl c nneitefl,flflfl Bflflh
Iflflfll i- HIJilflflfld thut i"i(h iu. 0.. .i ion wur aflffl tor
w aaBflflflla liiipluv la thb dty. Dartaf W?fl_tadaj
night, L r-;e p'Pters were put up" iu tbapriuiipul a'-ict-ts,
of wbl. h tl.e l'.dtowbf io a flffl
l'O. I A.VIA1 ll.N 1JV VN 1M>I?.N.V*tT |*BXBT?fl.
A IRUT.llt IN >).I/4I iril.
lYhtrtai. It tppaart, Irom B BflBa BbJB??lfl. tbat ona
ArrbikaflOfAtBt*, jr., iatciv rtet a t-aaJ ,,: tljr-.a*,
tjok p-iteiiion of fort Mo*flfl_ m Iba On'.f Co*tt, anj kr. wn t.>
b* a trmter to biicountiy . be, tbr aaid (iiacie Layiug bern frd
l.t ?ap i.iic ri!l>, auii bavi--? ?) at VV'eit 1'uint at
tl ?? eipenianf tue (Jov<;iu.,iBl ei lbe I ?tflfl Btfl)-., It i.otr
fl ail j l.i.llfljfih* guod cltli-eutof hkwtiuitb by bi* pieeenc*
aa-oi g tl.eru.
Noiv, ba ? knowo, thnt w*. tbe paopla of Elliahath, * bb tha
lirr, det-ruiiontloa on cur pait to ,e..i I tlir ii ii.li aflart I
l atii-ni' f'.cg l.y the co?ir(llT tnitor. Arrhtb.ld tira-i' jr ,
hereby, witb anetny g-od aiil. glvo biui, tl.e itid Ar. bibald
Or?ie, ).. ttveuty four bouri' notu r to (ta uate ihe loyai (i:y
ol HUnoath, otbriv ll'* he wili be do-iiled a anit of cinti'iji n-1
tfltedown ittbe ptogramrie. V'OX I'OPI'LI.
Aa noon as those in eympathy with ('racic, foafld
aaatflffl up tbey went ronn'd and tore them down, with
"'.t uny hiiidrauee, witb one i-vception, wheu the
owner af a ba *? on which one BU |"t<t*d, ffafflafl tn
bave it tflflahafli and theolticious iutiviiitiHl.not rarlag
to iudulge in a doubtful conteet, had to give the flhflT
up. Tlmraday the ex.itemeut WflflflI have died oat
but for the fa t that it was i-tuted BJ ('.rudo's friends.
tb** they IbBBBBbI lo Berenade hira in tbe evening,
and two Mflfljanbflof militia .fflfl called out bv the
.Shoirt', and siationcd Bt the Court Hon*a, to l?e fladj
to quell any (fiiiurbsnt*. IJut tbe " Ci.plain " huv taf
departed for New-Vork in the 11:-I0 trnin did not re
fini, and affr wniting till 11 o'<-b*i k p. ro. tho streets
bflMBM toiiipiira'ivch (jnict. Hud auy attempt been
BBflfl tolikflflffl trcasr'ti, ai pro|oeed, uo doubt a aeii
ons ditt'iibi.'.ie would have beou the IflillI. Oa
Kriday raornintr it wa* rnniored that Dr. WUtab ad,
C. S. Com'w-ill, John li. Whebn, J. C.
Caitei and onr Multigan, wtio to BflBflB*
panv the " Captain " from New-York in
tbe"1 p. BL trnin, anl have the militia ad aa a gnard
of houor tbrongb the ci'y. TUfl news creuted Uflh
cxriiciueDt, aud vrowda cougi-egnttd at the Bflffl M
thl iiiriv.'.l o: every train. lnteni (ju j.revemiug any
MBfl denionetration. Had it BBM BaMflflflcd, Moofl
wonld have been eh*d, ae over five hundred men were
waitingindifferent part* of tbo city, ready iU any
tinit- to resiat it, aiid wonld bave done *'? sn*. e?afitlly.
At tbe d-MH)'. wo Bflt?ai AMMMBB Moriill, Tubbs,
Moni3, fttitl Htuld, ready to act in c*xm of any di.turb
anco, ao thflt purfetl order MITlBflfl duiing thealter
noon, with tLaexception of a littlo diaturbuiice cauted
bv a balf faRo-iuiled mun. wbo waa at ouce taken
BMJflfl flfaf the police, and bdiea and geutlerotn
t-.jt.ld paBf to and froui tbe i-ara w-ithont interrtipii.'n.
lt is now belicvod Qracie will not returu lfl this
citv; but ahould be do bo, MBfl AflBBBflfl olii/en, ho
will not b" mcleated; but any ABfflBflflflflflIflflflft, such
as tha' pn.ivifed by bis symiiathiierB, will moat sitrely
render tbem and niin liablo to pereot-al -fbflflflflfl, und
es-K-ciftlly under tbe irtuiritianBiiip of men who are
_MWfl diiunion sym]iatl:izere aud j*ot valiunt boasters,
und who ibre not, iu such a case, without the ceriainty
flfl beuig ut once ahot down, give an order to fire upon
tbe (ki/.tns.
The eventa of thb week flfflI have m&rked u new
epoch inourciiy. Wi bave bad un BafOrtflBBf "f
tcptiugtho doj'.tion of men to'the itars and Btri|*ea,
uud tboae wbo have utt-ctrpted to indon*e treaaon. bup
pilv few iu numlier. havo uuide thomsolvea nuirka afl
Iinblic ccnti-tcpt, ii sonie of tbem were not ao before.
t is to be hf>i>e*i tbe excit<_ent bas drawn U) a cloBe,
and il ii the wish of ali tbat u eaae of tbe kind may
not aoon o*.our a:. ain.
We barn that " Captain " C.racta was exctyMlirgly
Burprtaed at the exprer*iou of public opinion with
reference to the cbildish pastinies ta which be hud re?
cently been eugag*d. From iho nrevailing fltflBBIM re?
cently imbibed irom tbe pflviafflfl jourmila tfhbh
g.iin BBfl?B?a?I in ABaMBa. be imiigiiicd tbat Jersoy
tata were leady to give public ovatiBflfl to ingri.t*a
" J or uu* ii g'.oai.i?lll.n'e,
Akd out ti.' tbrvati of Cburcji aud StaVa."
MINOK ITfl-OL
a 1'iii.rrr. rloi lst.
Tnr TitiaiM* i-esr>ect fully iiyknowledge* tbe IMBflfl
of ft copy of The IrtJi-pendrnl Fiuuth, Wayncr'/OiO,
(]a., boariug upon its murgiu the followirgt
" F.ic?uif- Ood Iiaui tou or w? v il! dl artl yu'i dtvrsad Aba
VV. KI(T,
" f iflw i.f Bot'/jb lUoa'i Ridlctd Rrl^iu-e, tbat li to bfl pub
ltabcdtoou."
Tllli SOLTHKBN fXBBBBBBBflflBBi
The Mtmtgtmtry Atmrtiotr givei aaaflBflflflfl flfl
the newly-ijipointexi Coni?boioncrs of tbe boutheru
Coufederiicv. Iflflf flfll
Hon. A. 11. I.'t-ui.iii of LouiKiana, Hon. Martin J.
CnWfOfld of Ccorj-b, Hon. John Forfytb ofl Alftbamiu
Mr.lioiuan h:iH bcon (lovi rnor of I/*>ui?ii.t'H.aud waa
fonnerly of OpBOflflkB politica, having bein ft enp
porter ot Mr. liell ta tbe reient coutcei for 1-resiient
of tbe Ui/hed huu , and flBflflMBaf u Cooparu
tionl-t.
Mr. Ciawfort?'* MflM i-* farr.il im?to tbe public aaa
BMBfflflflBflUffl Irom lbe neiuhb'Hiiig Smte af Qflflfgta
to the Caafliflflfl flf the L'uittu 8:atea. Hi* jiohtir-s bavi
beeu Statea l.i. bta.
Mr. fMBfti BM a BBNflflBbaflflt ln 18511 ?was
Mtaiator to Ma?taa aaa*t Mr, tMetaaaa'a .-idiniriH
ti-ution iu tba old floverniiiout?und wub h leading
udvova'cof lioti?li'/8, tl.n.ngh hbi pu[?r, Th* Mabil
Rtgiit r, iu tLe btc rate foi Preaideut of the Lnite.l
St-I,*,?' ,. ? , . ... ,
1 flflfl flprtointmciitH represont uli shaderf of ikiIiiihiI
and p-.ii-'ui Optaioa, aud tl.e geutlomcn biintr well
.. _jbd for lbe dutioe of t'neir mbviou, we doubt not
Bfll tbe solcctiou i-i u g<*<?d flBfl.
OPIMON IN M.W-oni.LANS.
A letter from New-0rleumi,ia Tflfl flbflflfl Trtmttt
ler, aaye: a *b_*?b_
Tbe reftclbnary movement iu favor of the I i.i'iu
goe-B on i_ttl>ated here. Kven King John Slidell ia
M.id B liave BriBfl into tbe ranks afl U.e 1 'MMfltfl.
Thia h*.??ry-kead.--d tnator, discardt-d by bi? BflBBB
companiona in treaaon, would gbdly work to restrre
jitMictj to the South, il he were certu.u to be nitnnae.t to
Waaliing'ou in the cuj.acity of oce of UMfoBBfll
NeuaborB. ln Sigaidom, moch MMMBflfl prevuils ln
tlie mbida of tbe ptantere aa to tbo fat nre Mflflfl ol
PfaaVflflfl I iaaafll with rtwitrd to tbe pro ent tarilf on
sugitrB. No one will deny tbat a* long aa ebe rijt_uned
In ihe Uuion, L/oubbna?tba is th* eiiulbera portion*
of the Stnte?4l?riv**d bx*gt bfltialit* from the j-'iicy
, WM h4' Ug *aH^ St**W Q4Wt-M**aA WvTITl flflf.
It is not gene.ally known that the amouut ofd.ilie*
p: i.l on atignr im port ed into tl.i a country lo prt>tei t
the pl.tiitui*, ba* avcragod more thanf7,000,000per an
U..1U Ioi tbe, Bflt live yi-jra, and during the d'cadc juat
?MflBd reaohed the buui of f.'>7,000,0m?. Bhould a dli
crimiuation be made hy the Fcderal (,'ongteaa between
our Bugur and the wn? arti. le ntiaed in tho We*t Iu
diet, l.y wbieh our irodme would be taxed, while tbe
other would bo made free, many well-informed augar
?flflfll thiuk tbat the rulturu of the can* woublbe
l'orevcr nflafld in LoaBBna. Tho MoBtgeMM* Con?
vention, by fixing on tbfl Ith of Mflfl BflflflflM tbfl
oolBction < 'iin': ?(? oa goodt muaftetared eitherin the
Hiddle . r I'....-;. rn Stnte*, bi.a tNatad,aad ifl atill cro
aiii.;-, tbagiaaflfl di-HOi.tei.t in New-Orluau*. Our
merch.inta are loud nnd bitter in tbi ir BBMflflMfl
iiguu^t the flflMflBtfl paa-ed by Ihat boflf. Kven our
V'uin.ilr are flroogljf OpBOflfld to tbfl Bflfl Ifliflf which
i* aoon lo be Bflaffltfld in the flflflflf 8tatM.
A BABQVBSAmXB fARTT.
ll.e tiauftl ip.i. -t gmvity of I'hnib aton waa latt nijibt
WMBflbflfl flraaaelj iaterraatod lf the uppearance in
our Blr-eta of a large mpaiJ of flflffj Mflflflfl iu the
?Bfl BffltflMM co.-lun.ee. On.) of theae aingular per
Mflflfll J. dobfl Bf iu B niarv.lui.ely while cboker, luior
nu-tlily i.iforic.iig our report cr tl.at be MM Henry
Ward Beeeher, atrodaeeaMfl dMaata epflpaidna a*
II tico (ircclcv. Wfl tbonflht wc dfleatW d uL-o an.ong
thathroag>HarriatBaaebaf Btowe. nnd B<.me otber
jthilantbivpic ii.divi.liihla wbo huve lill.d tbeir niiraea
ui tbo h.-ly causoof abuaing ll.e S.,uth.?.Lhaile*ton
Mereury.
Tiir. I'Rr.-iiDP.M'rt i .wourru.
Nearly ull tbo UflfltitM of Br. BaefaaaM are en
?Bfi .1 in the Bflefl flfl eeBflptfatT. The monrtrou*
tiaaaactBa af Twl.-.-g* B T. sa.*,whi.h )>c-am tbeflaabw
character of ansitigated trenrou aad itutividaal dfl*
boaeety, baa baM I >ng B ptflfleea, aafl tB nlebntod
ic'ii .Mct'ull"'.gb, one ..f Mi. Baebaaan'fl m a btfaaatfl
fiieuda, bna bci-n eagaged bi it. Hi* beaMhoMeditor,
Wm. 51. liruwiK . ia al MOBtgOBMtT, IMMtlag l?i--Uliion
vib ull bfl abiiitv, wMB Mfl Bto SecwMiy flf tba
Truwary, l.i* laB Beoeataiy A War, I i.-* Iflfl bflciajan
of U.e li.i.rioi, un.l r.."?t "f tboae who udvocte.l hia
poli. y in lonitrcaa, eiil.tr 1**1.1 poattBfl uii.ter IM
Bofltbeni Ctmlederacy, oroccupv promii.cn; j lacfl in
ihe MgaaBfltBfl whu-h austaiiia Itt
a BOOfl mr,
Tbt F.--'al?fort (Ky.) CfltBMoi.Ith pabhabfl BO
following propoeiticu" to tho flMeflfllfld-t, I'ayne, of
Tfloaetatfli
II. u. llniiBRT O. Ttttr tt Tentieiteer __?______
ln ui feni-llivli.fl laat YY in'ei (durh.i ourtrl*) to Columb'ii)
beaid tou rccipli-il ? I Ifl lha bctwapf oor Bflflfla
t.-r*. lha fiih.-i of our forcfa-ber.. tlie letob of YY ^hit.Kton,
Bunfl'- IIUI Mi l.i.n.rn: fankefl DoodW, Mourit Ycroon, and ttu
Sc.rt alI Sirii ?-. ... J kariaf reeeatly Irai.--d tbit, ia your
opini-.n. iaiJ pnpc.ty bad depre..*:- tl-- ? .,..*, rf thi* flflfl*
mi.iii. .tloi. ii ?... J.- liey.fl... Bl yonr v_rry i? iit-tl oaaveflMflefl, to
nlw-, ,,ii,: iin- ii ry lo?ue*t n M you Mfltfl for t qui; claimdctd
to Bfl flflflfl Iflt
?fliflci fr tm i mofl.
Tbo moral force ot l'i i nian. ha* beeu brobM down,
aad .Y- > r i -.,fl tbe oM I oofadeta y will Bflb out
Bf "flfl gnaida tor their ftttnra Mcnrtty." Cflbflfl*
bB ???n<l OlflgOB, t* Ma aa, sn.l I Ml and S. v-Meiieo,
Bfl I'crn'xiK.-., flfll, BO denbt, fonn a CoflflMBfl y Bt
tbek own, l.i'viug a Brritory. yyI an .otth-i, capablo .*f
inpporting nillioM of lubabitabta. Tbej viill Ml
lik.-lv pcrndl thc exi)iii}le ofthe (' Hon SUitea to paaa
nnimpitrred, but flfll aaew Bflflfl Bbm tfl Abaflooa
Btate*, aad tai bb fo.- IbaaflMfM Wfl bflffltoflfl
thfl reanb Becenpliabad. Iba Uatoa ic brobM af.aad
Ai iball :. al no raftal B weiaa ii brobaa Bto ? flboa*
aan.l lriigii:cnta, piovided tbe OflflM MflB a a'.idl re
B da flflflili lAthiLtaliiiellig'uier.
v()D t. or a uofl.
Thr\- () ' -tJ. ??'?' ?, ,-all" I'r.-i-'. r.1.Te!T. l"?i,\i
a BM. HA iifcfl iioem't aoaaflflacb bbatbatal ihe
BBWWrrb of ihe foreit, toour?ira, but Dr. LIviogMOlM,
Ikfl Africac tlBTeler, M/a tbat al alii'lc di?trt,.e it ia
bapoaflbB t*. diflioflulan betwe-fl tho roar <>t u not. und
the r.]tiall .:" au oatiich. [I/*.tiavilli- .JournaL
BBOOflfllflOCTflM t'i' THi. nflflOAl MMB.
Wfl bfivo alrcadv iftM.-l aflflOi ? ?aya The bflflfl*
brnrg WhirJUttiont \.*. , t k.n aomeduy*Onee,on
upn.poaiiii.ii h?.kii.g lo tb* future iitoaatraflBa w
ibaBdaral L'atoa, m flflflfl pdrfert aad fluiiflbB
l.u?bs. A atill BBflfldadflra flfl btm giv?? Bfl BBtat*
dav, whih would eeem t. li.*lical*tuat Mir-ii?ippi<Iofi
not d< ap.iir of a ie'"n:.aii"ii of ibe rej iblic. Mr. Ll
lott, of Cluiboine, wbo bfl Ifloantlf j.'. ped lrom MB
MTfBllaM lo the fartherf BXtretne ot radi.ahsm, otleicd
tbe following raflolalBBi
htt-lted. Bt th* peoi.i* ofthe Ht?te rf M|. '..'I.dI. Ifl ronren
li. i ?^rn.b!.'.l, lh*. tk* >? ? ' 0* ' "4?n uf ,i-?
Itate* A? ? ! ? i ? -i- > r t. d al ?Jii.*! ia. and
IhMhfliflrfMi Mi*.l- i' oiithllofliuliflfltalt only n itt Bt.t ?
bi-ri-1 iiu.iVu .', -.. .1. ? i.t ll -.. lober >mu.
A n.'iiou to 1*> it ou tbo table wMcarmd?Tflfl io,
Naya W.
iuu NKiitoi" on im: flflfll.
On WadaaBOfMo flBty4b?i Bm flflflflflfl fri,m
i teonrl Cooaty, North CaraUaa, efeatad Iba Obto
Itirerat BeUaiia,M il.**Ir way t" faaaatllB fla. II
negro uclcd aa laa ler fll iB J'-Atty, boldaii (bo tn krt?,
dieltuaiiig fuii'lc, A
lolt TIII. TNIOfl.
A trav> ler'pr.aeiiiir tlirouiih otic of tbe MBBllflof
Te! Bflflfl, fl BMB ii" k, fltopped ut B Uioleet ? ?
M tbe Pi.i'1-ide, flfll *.'ke*l for el.elt. r, aa it wu*
dark Bfld ruinitiK- 1' ? " baad "1 lb* ln', ilv ' flflM B
the flaaraad aiuoMeri Iba BbbbBi trUb. "Wbat de
you want f" 'I waul to BtOflofl Bfljbt," flBtlke
reply. " Wh.it an fflt" ThBfltenflgBtorj wmM
fully unAtrntiuA by tbe tmveler, and be a?k. .1 an ex
pbi.'uiti')!.. "I bmm flbat'a fei poHiicaf" rejoiaadtlM
joriuer. ?' An nr 1 I thi I'nb a MBfM Bl" 'Hi
flfl B flfl,Mtbfltfflffllfl waenot irilain wbetLer
the " nain of the bflflflfl" wa* a Iii*.. man o: l aeiti
eimii.-t, and he wa* I itiotia Ifl " ti'- flf" Bfl Bfl ??iuhl;
ao ba na-.de ap I ic.: lad und flifl.' By bBflfl, I flfl lor
the Liii'ii." "fltflflffli you kin haa B."
A MKKK AiiD OKVTLB -lii'iT.
A BMflMBM flflflbwaftlfl K ei<e l.i*gialnt'iH*had
a flMflTfl living in Texaa, wbo flfl te Mr. II. B B u?h
birn ihe ncwa fiom KuiiBia, B flflB B flhflb be rent
bim Tfll*. Siyy-V.hi.4 TfllBI '?'' nml l.a - - ? etli f I ' '.
Ihe f. IL..ving (MrH.ie flaflaBflfl fl < |l.r.
ahow* ibe laaaB. raaaB CaaflfB wbere tbei Bflfl
thc BflT.Mf. Bflflfl tor fllaaflOf totbfl M. K. t tmrcb.
Hom.1 OhoM, Ff M ? (' '. li ki', )
Jan. IX, IM. J
IV. fl. Him *.>* r?f . bObbI Ut. hont.it |
DflAH Mi:- ii Bel i.ey recmved yonr Lclluh end
MflfldBlT (Ic-umeiita. Ifcaflflflfl anu bl* inn* fonn a
tlMOUIMBt 1 ari of vour ui.turc, t.rd all th"ee who are
aiiiring up iaaOTTB 'ion und di-tu.bar.ee tethBeeaatfy.
I'ou bi.vc ibe impti.b BCfl l f Salau bii.iaelf, i ombinfld
witb all bi* rn anntflfl. B cc'l?-< I BJaBflBaB aa Tnt
N. V. Ti.IBI .m- and Th L i. rf?? ttet '? ?"* to a
iSecilierii cllme. Ihev were MflflflMfl flIbflflflfl.
and il woubl irflord Bflflfll flfl pBflMN and gnuiflia
tiou 'n ("iiaijju v?n and all fOBI kindie.l tpiiits t4> tbe
eama; but. ui irattbalflfl, it will bo v"r dflfll t.< 1*
cr.Ai inlo tn<- liery pB, wbere the fla.i.efl an- iiieitln
buibublu, iiuImb b mrti.-al cliaiige eeaflt Bflfl fflh
V..-i h. Leve yon are K-rvmg your Oi*l byrervn.g
Al"litl(.niflrii; bat if TOO are, your Ooi .ertamly ii"
Ihl.iu the lower regiotiB, iu cummou porlume calltd
HtlL
OOOD TOR TIIK SONM Ol BAlflfl*
IWflaMflf MflltaM Befl-OrBaM Iamfflflflb
flflflfl tbat allhongh ih'-v may like tbo treaaon thal
theiraeettoaptoflti I.v, ih.y deapBa thelraitor. \Nit
neM the foll-jwun: eoflunm n aiBa which ha* i-_**ti ie
coivel bv thc Miuue-ha-bu Lo-lgu of l'hibulelphis:
I'MtKiir Lon. a. I. O. 8. M., j
Ka? uiua.i*. ffla. BL Ofl.
OiflM fluwaafir M ? man UB t.tkt. ILtPtmy
drlphia 1 b+i i. ive to iiotift yo' r I.odtn thal. at arreeli..;- I -14
luirr ilflBMlbeOnudCfln ' mdery I-i lldi city.lien. 'w.^flf,
oi'thaf. ." A, wa,rip*U*d 'i -ui 'be Or.Iaf ?w?r.?i*r-.?alir. Uti
.. BfltoBOtrBMrihaflwfl ' O. I A." Ho'Jlj flUflt Lirlluen
lu your CTioi.- ta ibm, flfla
BBCBBS10B is nu. KPIBOOOAL UMDflCB.
Iiiahop 1'olk of ihaDBctfl of 1^ "tifiaiu, in a pae
toral bttei lo thc MMff aud laily wiihiu hia j Bflflfl*
tion, aavs:
"Tbe'BUte of Loullva blilnj. by a (-rtnal flrdfonnr*
tl r; ii-'. I.. ? .;? .?? leafa '? ...itl'ii. n.eiul'"1.-? I'LJruwn ber
i. 1.'!. m ivll fuitl cr , obBfl. :l- B vi i'.fli 'hc I'l.ltcl BtflMflrf Jln.,i
ii, *: i r. D*th r I i ? iie!' * ,*p*. .ta i.'i> r. ,t tt, ba*. 1-y tbat
?cl iruiri..! c.rdli-r*. Bem ?Ithiu thflPfll ofTMflfl ?l*nl
l.pl* pal ( bureh fll U.e l oltW tftataa.' Vtm l-.ve, tberefo'e, *u
l- 6. [r-ndrnt dlo<-c*an r.'.t.-nrr. Ot.r *r;Hia?.o:i frcm oijf
lir.'.l.rn, of 'Tfl-- fwlflUMt )'| ite.epal ( I u l li U. lh* L'nll'd
Itatfw' haa bt. imwi u. tt i >w oor natlon?!l
ty. fi"' bflOBllia thcr* hn . fii li y dlHcreo,-., of ej inion a* |o
( brifltlM I*( 'ii'-c fltl -lh ii: *..?.? I'ptti IhflM point* Be a-'c
... YYi'bci 't!.f ? | .r.ti. n, m,I tl. i*_cr. r.r'nt'.'.r i ot
Bl) HlOB. A..I iMtfl I. i c rratrr. wl.r ii ne ilioi.ld lind tbr
iiui- flf MT fllflC. ?-? -i BW -lAi.-'iif'Ch .- h. Imprir!.ivih)e.
WBlh "LI CeM Vt I'- I ? -?* bl '? r tt.- .- *te. t *ndicfl?s.-d
?fl \bicli puiii' rffliannr t, hijh prla. flj'!e, uttl a inai.ly drvc
i. Our v .'.tlcu
I* ik.ii. t.i*. I 1*1*1 wefl ,ii tow bcW io
B*MM*f*atO 'h ? I ' .itid."
81.AY fl As . III Rdi MEMBI
We have ..ecn va:i-...- atatemontaof thflBSRlbflr flf
Souihern'biv.-* iu'onii.oi ii wilb I 'uristiuiiCh'i: I.* .
WegBe tbe foUowb-g trom-Ti i .-? j
ot Iflcaytb, Ofl rgiai
lttrh'ireh8otith,tr?.ytu.itci
l.i Noi-.l. lu V ir;-lni.. ai.d Mflryiaud.
Vlk-.o'.nry a- ' Cird .-!...! 1-f.l.u.
i )| ?. l/.iiOO
Ntw Bt-hidi l'i. kyUrlaaa(tf. tynoi) tuppaMfl. MM
r,:^ .1 lr.* jt./ii.ii. 20..XW
I'fiteitanlEfi.fl pallai ?. "I,*-*
i , * :? ,' ll . ( '.urche.. 10,000
Ali0tkorbect.tou.;j.i.n!.fljWI
Total (JoloTtd Membrr*h;p S jnth.1?>,000
NO AMKNDMLNT.
T* (Af Vllteref Th* S. V. Tr.dan*.
Sir: The Bflfl pmpoaal to amend tbe Cotutltution
\\i. "Thiitnoiinicadmcnt tball be tuade B the Con,
atit.itlon which will unthoriu or givo L'tiiiKrcM power
to alolial. or interfere, witkin auy 8tate, ^ith tlio do
meBiic bflflMBfl tlieria'f, MMflflg tbat of pflrtona
bol.l to b.b.flr oi Mrvltade by the lawa of aaid State,'
ooght not to bt adopted?
Pirti t htnygum it woold ba wrong?a Bn?to ln*
ientmf ii^h froYfflj^a* ^ w?id4 H Kim\ Wx
terona iniquity for a great nation like thia wle?nly to
prohihit iiself from ever interforing to eecure tba root
bg ont of a giant wrong that ia oating ont ita life.
Seeond.- It wonld rcnder the nation jtiMly tbe iicoff
and scorn of ail civili/ed natione.
Third i It would naturully tend to bringtbe Conati
tution iteelf into discredit; for it would niake the Con*
etitution still moro clearly tluin it ia now tbe bulwaxk
of cpprtseicn.
Fourth : It wonld be a great wrong to poiderity.
This provision, adopUrd, would tend ttill more to
'? santion ai.d >*t_ctify," in the views of niany, the op
BBBBBBflf tflflfOM flfll ntedy. And wheu the time
con.es?BB it will?when Sbvery must Ifl iflflflaV d:
when even those wbo now snpp >rt it may seck ttsover
throvv, this provision would intcri/oso an iflfltflfl -
I trnst thut yoa will flfl BBM ll IflVMI tbi* nnd ail
other flflfltprfladflfl, Mid that no Amcncan vvill ever for
gy tbat "atcrntd ?fljtflflM is fl? price of liberty."
FliOM Cil.vKI.KSTON.
CBABBBVfflfl, Bflfflfl I, aflfltt
The Co'.i I r says flflfl it i*d.iubtfui if IVeident Da
?B Bfl nd? vishing Chi.-rleslon.
Tflfl Com o r aleo Bffl tla! f IW.OM were eubdcrihed
ou Wednt'sday toward trL-hliebing ft line of Bteanitrs
diretl to Live jpool.
Tl.e ttoflaahb South Carolinn, from Ilost-n, wilb u
miscolliiueoua curgo to fltflflfll of flflfl State, has
?flflflflfl.
BOBTB CABOIJMA.
Cor BMBBjfli on, Frid.-.v, Mtuvb I, llfl?
Wuyne Countv (.flaiali givea l,flflfl majority for a
Convention. N-.cevi< aflfl ftloflfld. Nush County clec's
u Seccrsionist by flil nuijoiity, flflkl given M Bflfljorifj
forti Convention. Wflflfl County, b'ntoniet eltclcd;
for Conveuiion Ifll BMBjflfBf, Wflflfl County flBctt
Seccat-ionistr, BBlfoaflffflt for | Coiivcr-tion. I?tflfl
Cnanty, Di kw_ 1*1 it* J; Convention lfl I large iua
jorily. BflttlBBBBflfl (hflflflf, BM BaVaflfll and cue
6*-ci-"ionist- lurgf majoritv Bf a Convention.
*R.u.kion, March t, IBB.
Forty-i'-ven conntifs havo beeu Bflrd frotn, t-lccting
48 BBflfl Bflfl BI Scc Bflfl flflflBBBfla Tho inajority
flffliutflOoflTNflkBtflflfl far, ia ubont B,flflO. Oov.
i;. lb bflflflfl fcliBflflkflflfflBB? The mnjoiity ngiiiiict
Ifll ('? iivenii' n will 'h* Iflflfflflfl d by tbo MtflBfl yet ll
colio in, Bflfl pi flflflfl lajflVflOflBBi
Wit KUBjfOfl, N. (.'., Friday, March 1, tflfl*.
/BBflflfl BBflfltf flflflflflflfl flflflfl flBfl flflflfl ttOflbj each
gen* li.liy ?Iflflflf fof Sccosion and a Gflttfflflflflfl* Tto
miJd'o flOflfl bflflfl ia i gi-ly I'nion ai.' for no Convention.
Tflflfl ir flflfl flflflfll al'O.it Afl risiil'. in Bfl Stato. lt
dcpciids oa Uo aBflflflfl Mfll tuid Bflflflfl flflfl.
FROM VIRGINIA.
BoBfoi k, BBflfliflaf, kbBct % BB?
fl BJflaflflflfthfl flflfll BBflf tflfl ItaflMMjBjfl
were (1 Bhflflflfl Bfl ti fll f'.r BB flflflflfl flf flfljtwlflaaj
the city. It Ui-pears tbut BfljVBBtBB BBflflflfl the
m . . of Pflarfataflf to the afl t flflfl M pflBflflflk
Bflflfllaflfl flfl?MB tbe BflflflflflttM. of Mr. LiMflB,
and I BBfl?BflBafl thfl h pahflfl flflf Bflfllflfl Bl thia
city yr-stenlay ns a specta1 n.eestnger to May.r Lamb,
BflBI?tf the above BBflfl?flBBfl.
The city will BflBflM bl flflflfl tho cbirg.3 of our
voiuntcera for BBM BMB BflflB/hfl BflflB feared
from the whit" AbfltttBM?BB thflfl the Mm Va. We are
Bflflfld, howevt r, fur-utiy emergen y thut may ftri*e.
A gtr-ut nuuiy (ii-cliiir ? s Iuv* \v.;l,in th* past few
flamtahflfl rbo- M BMOflflfari Navy-Yrtrd, flflfl ail
wbo are BflflflflBflWM MflflBB Bfl ttlfl '-"'n from the
rull. Mauy of our BflflB | B B BM BBB fl?hflfl em
I'|..yii.ent,ttii.l oui iiti/,< n* nre l>. ."tuing v. ry tadigflflBt,
as Northtin men mc ifnisedbtelf a{>potat?d to Ul the
flflflfl i*t our ow n Bfll 1 1 ? - ? . i ?*.
Bli IB?flflfl, Vu., BBBBBBBf. B-flfl**, 110*
Tbe Virj-iab State Couvention reaaaemblcd to
|Bf.
M>. Qflflfll flf Mcl'imLurg fimdiod bi* scccaeion
flflflfll
Mr. Qflflfll flf flBB-M flBBflfl 'be |dlowinp:
H A/r/.ii, Tbr powe-t Ifllfllal by V'lr-lnt* to tl.r f. J-ril
..*?.' h*ta l, .ii parteitfltl t" brr lale y or.d xmhmrttt
h-r iu/* rat/'aod rraion.ni* . ? li.md?lbe Citl.4-.udrn pn m -l
tb.n, im,. *?*? ..tial ii... kl atlutil, praflftitrtl by tb* (it.citl Aa
?ru.'ij it al-.al fllfln ? - - tt -a t).? ln!?/ni'.v "f thr I. |.u-bai
b.*i;,i, . ted by iba Noi?taa rlialri ot IhaCflB
d*rt-'T ? tb*i* flfl
j .. . -. , . f ? ? Im ?> rf ,',.t.-, iutrr. ?t. kcior,
...d |tjUi 'li.ui itHjLlrtj. tl.at ?. ... i. ? .I.a 1 t.a ad-.ptaJby Ihi*
. ? , : tba r?opl< bv wl ' V n.r.ia may
i , . tl* -va.-n th? .1- 'a?.t< it ? the Pllltl < iov<iiun^Ul,
ail .!- ? :.ir btr cum./cll".. aiih iL'- Ouveic-i.t fla**l*r*a>
Itluial
Mr. fflflBB MMMflflfl un i.vi-coti' ion rtsjltition, cra
bodyiii,' tbe BBffWlhM thut lbe Covemu-er-t ?h"uld
eaxly negotiat* with tbe rvmthcrn (oofcdet-acy ffl lflfl
tranafar flf IflflB BflBflfl flflfl Pl ??' r- lo the aaid Con
f...|4*ra4> and for :.i. iqah?flb dirbifl) Cat the public
property ?id bardi.ue. Rcfern d.
There is no prc-tciit pMflfBfl oi tlu- -Coaimitteo of
Fe-lci-nl IlelHtioni- agrexing ti|xjn anyt! u c
.? ?
B-BbTUBI C0N"vrvTi"N.
>* . UWMtflM rflflf, Bflflflfl, iflfll.
Ic Oi* Convention MflBflBf, hflfl BBBMfl BflflB ft
?BflBfl B Bflflflflflf IflflMfll bfWfltab the ref/ltitiuo
requiring Bflflflflfl to take M oaih to eiipport the Con
r.i-.nflflflflflfl United Statea aul tha fl?flfl af fl?BBfljfl,
w*> afV-pied, wa* Io*t,'k? agninst-0. Tho member*
were then .jualifled. Iu flfl iflernoon, ll.e Convention
peruianently oiTgioi/t-l flf tflfl flflflfl?? ef ex-(iov.
S-trrling Piice ua IVMMBAi flfll S. Ia Low M B?Bfl.
lary. Tbe l'rtal lent 1_<1 Mflfll the Couvention a
cmmiini. atioii fiom l.n'ber J. ('leim, _flflflflflhaf lire
alf aa Comn.'neiencr tromt'f lyiu. On icotiiin, the
co_BiTUiicfttiou wiiabid on thi-table. Adj'.urnc*?
xxxvith oon( .i-Esa
SECONO SES8J0N.
HOUSE OF KEPKEfPNTATIVKS.
WAJiiiM.rot, Safunby, March V, IflflL
TflflBPBAKEB btld l*efore ile Ifottsau bttflf liotil
Tflflflflfl II. Iflfl, iflflfflBBJ hi* ""ice a* printer.
The flCfflfl??_1 atrug'.de for u recegiiitbr. hv tbe
flfflhfl flooBBBBbafl lha Bflfllflfl flflMtbb bmbmbBi
Twflfltf nr Bflfl BBWBI BflBfltMMfl vigoronsly
sriung to their Bfl huldmg in tluir ot'.tBtret4b4;4i huiiils
t'i?prop4j*iii',n* thflf st-'veially itiove to ofter.
'Ine chorue, " Mr.-Sp.aker," vvai>ilfaicn!ng. Tbtt
offlier boi** fl.ia inffli tion wiih I ecomi'.g rcsignation.
Mr. BAIKJM lIlt-a-.N- V.,, from tbe ( oaBBdttflflOB
Pr.ntitig, ic-oi-tol Iflfllflflflflj whi.ti WflM MMMj B
-.i.it9R,000 .tijiisoi tl,e?b-'iiicle<l i onds inveiliga
li .ii; ab", tbfl *iin.eu'.anL?i of .Mordccui BtidDfll?Mla'fl
r>'port on n.ili'u.-.?<"?*?.. IBB ? Ln Ihfl Cf?Mlj al-o, *\p%t
OKflbflflfthe M. i-rB] BMBflafl IalBT kflI
Thfl House flflfl pMMflfl?I to tha MMBflBflMBM of
the Bcnt'e b nieuvlmeuta to tbe Poflt-*U_*.c Afffllfflta
tb.n bill.
Thfl Bflflfl flBtMfflfl in tbfl BflflB *m4iiiln.e:;f bfl I
vefc of 117 figainsf 4'd. Il wae rafleeflfld tlflfl I y Iflfl*
alcr WBMfl, mbI .tnculH tho piflfleat Bnttoraeld At
Con:pt_y t nnil IflBBI to Califoiuiu vl.i KI Piira, v? I irh
now cofta f isMLOPtJ fof l ??<'ni-v. e*kky IfltM BM flflfll
but diring tlie r< Bflh di r of flMf *?M BCt time (three
aiu a lialr yeara) gi' M ' Bl .? '? bfl BflB ifll BMflflkflfl ro.ite
I-. Itaaof ihe o..ar. I ' Bffl lfl corry it di.ily af
fll,(jOO,flBO, to flflftl thflBM-l nt De-iver Bflfl Bfllt
lj.ke tn-\3i- kiv, un?! ta raaflaoafaajfflt BBflfl-wai ..*
Iv, curni if tive paaafll Bflfl trip lor tl.e (?? v> i_BMfl
I,. ? of ,...? | d -.. d tafl '; ' Bflfli Of L; '".*? Ly
, . .'. (fl a otMOflflar BflTalfoBBMi tt Hnttcr
tld fl Co. fi ii to BMflfi tbi* bafjrfl the B3?< flf M iri-J)
t)e-ir ? :? IWBl . i,l:a,t ta lo I.; iil.-.lut' ly m.:. I?ad, aud
? ? ui rn! tu it*, eootrarl .s to !?? let totha tawafl bid?
der. Btfl ? "??(l:rg 11,000,000. Th* e-itiiv it-it*.- afl?
to oe wrrk i thi* .1 ?' 11 \v flflfB, aad Ihfl
ain tbi'iy-liv. .iaye, W?httaprivlbffl flfl flflflfl?BJ
the Litter Iv ^t' ani' r iii iv.-fiity-'iva days, *? cai
BM I flipfflfl : afl tbfl bltarto m* ive twoni*.i.tb*pay
J. r dflBMflflfl I'. I Ibfl fll?Bffl of BBTfl fl IfflM Ibfl BflBtfla
em to Ih ? (Vn'r. ln -:'e. I)Bt flfl Dfltflfflflld?-*Mfliaf
were nijiiied Ly Br.CoUBl'fl end Mr. Bflfla?flflfl
_-oandine:.-. to enter into a written ftgrecmenf, to be
til. d in tbe P.-'-O'j".. a Lfepurtmcnt, utid BBB BBflfl*
porated into their mntra t, agrctitig to cuitv aiii hun
ilrcd pOBBflflaf nuijt jertiip, wbbh willtuke ull ihe
diily papi-is, beririe tho Ktteis, an.l ul" reliri'juiidiiiig,
t. i ihauit fo.- flBBBffl provided iu tlie Senate loueud*
Bflfla
The lill. p.fler debate. wns concurrc.l lu esactly aa it
cume fiom the Seiate. Ko i* Is now a law. lt rcducee
thucoet oftbe mail service to Culiiorniu from $1,137,
WO to fll.OOO.tiO); In.rtiiie'.'Rtheaivicctodaily; cou
cen'r&tfs the mail BBflflflfl BBflflfl line, and abr* gatte
the Bnttei-liflld contract w ithout incurring any claiina
for .1 .tu-iyi -.
Mr. BINUIIAM {Ibp., Obio) moved to take flfl tbe
bill reportad by bim providbf ior the colkction ol tha
t uetoms on aotpboard in tba etrent of Ulegal cotnbimB>
um li oUitT ?k-Bvk? i-i _b -^..Uottfl^UrtiiiBiai
lawa. and authcrizing the Pre?ider,t, if be dt om* it
ne'cerearj". to employ tbe army, naval force*, dtc.
Mr. PllELPb (Oem., Mo ) objected to ite con*id
ci^iion.
Mr. BINGHAM moved a anapenaion of tha rulea.
Diaagreed to?103 againat 6;>, not two.tbirda.
Mr. DAWES (Rep., Maaa.l called up tho report of
tbo Select Comtiiinfifl, MMMBflf with a retolntlou
tbat the Sei retary of the Navy, iu accepting. witlc ut
delay or inquiiy, the reeignationa of otfice'ra of the
n*vv who were iu arm.- agninat the Govcinment when
tni,,!eri. ;.; tho aame, ami oif tliore who cu^ht to rcaign
that they might be relieved from the reBtntiut impoe-d
by their'ceiiiiiii.ii-ii-iia uj-ou em/apiiig io boatiliiv la the
coiiatituted authoiitie* of thc IflflBfl, haa emafliBafl a
itrnve i-rror, highli p.ejudicial B the diaci| line of the
acrvi.'C, nnd bjOfMM to tho honor and < Ithioicy of
tho flffi for flbflh bedeservca tl.e MMMM of thii
Houae
Mr. DAWES moved the previou- r(tir.*tion.
Mr. BRANCH Dmb., N. CJ moved B lay the reto
lution on tl.e tubb.
Dflflflffled to?-''" againet '16.
Br. BRANCH, Mfl men.l.-r "f that committee, m
flaaweb M tbe teatifl iy had ool been pri&tod. aad aa
thc ia>t* pr.ven i.. ihe eoBMilttee would aot auataiu
ih.- i. ...luii"',. aaked Br. Dawta te all ?w 'h.- iu:ij",ity
i.i.l juii.oii'v teporta t-> be .cad. If tho genil'-mm
woubl in t eaaaafl to tbB flfla bt the Bfleta ot tho
Becretary of the Naw ba read.
Mi. DAWE8 ?tid be had ao obleetloa to that or ?
flflflflfl ot tbe ObBf Clerk ofthe N ,y> Dcpartmeni
betDg read, if'll.e lloune disiied it.
Mr. BRANCH?Tbat'a ull wen.-k.
Mr. DAWKS, l.".v.Y(i, refoaed to tritbdnflthc
daaaaadfltf tb? jmbbBm qaaaiBa, atytog thc nffltt
wiih printed in Tir QUtbc a flflflb Bffl .
Mr. SICKI.L8 (Dem., K. T.)M? ibfl tbe IMOMflM
WM B nia.-iit. .? I" tboM who Ytould votfl lor it.
Mr. l-'LORFNCL (Dem., Pfl.1 cotisidered thii reao
1-iiioti a* tial-bimr a u.an iu ihe dark.
(Bflfl t?. "Ord. r " lrom tbe KepubHcan n<le.
Mr. WINSLOW (Oeaa, N. C.J smd Ibfll wa- no
cvideiae to iuaiifv auch cenatire.
Mr. Kll.lidltb (Kep., Ind.) could nof conai^ently
Mto ior th- laaoliuiou BflBfl oeeo iMaMtbflflfMMMfl.
'ibt rea-.li.i! B was flflfl] ted?'.'.. to UA.
Mr. PHELPflofl ic-i BffaMatBa, that tho tbanka
..f the llou-e u.e i!'..-. :.: <1 ar-- ber. by prert nted to tbe
Boa. Wa. Paaaiagtoa, tha Bpeabflf tbereofj for tha
BJthfaL eoorteooa, und imparti.il bdafli JatrauM of bia
dBtkfldariog ibe pfflflt t'ongreas. Ile flflfld the
Iflfll b)M MIMflinB ,
M.-aaia. ULTFIN and CRAIOE (DflflMi, K. C^lob
jefled, but Um Bpaabar pro. Baa, (Mr. Btaatb) flaafl .1
tbB a pfivllcgfld qilfnio...
Bf. BAYNABu (Oem., TflBB.,)flfld tbo rcleaof
a ria.linton of tl.i* kitd depended oatbeyflM und
n ? I iug (ftlled, and made a nioiion aei otdiugly.
'1 he lloute refu.ed to order (hc ycaa und naya.
Tbe iflaolnltfl wua adopted with Bi-veral oljectione.
Rflffl from Oonference OoflflflBBfl were lrom
time 10 iir.10 concirred in.
Br. HOW ARD (Raa., bflflfl.,) flflflfl Blflfflil ontbo
diiagreeiiigaiaeadnMbtfl to ihe lndian ApproprBtka
bill. Ha flfld thfl ifleadef altoflflff 1,900.000, m
ptopoflid bv the Btaatfl, the Ceiamittce on ibe part of
tle llonte" b :d reluciantly conaented to atlow the
Cl,-.' Bfll |500 QQO?ooflbflhT in money, the other half
Bbflflflfli II flM aeeeBBMTto paaa upon tbi** matter
li>.w,clre the bill mijhl be \ot\.
Mr. SIU.I.'.MAN iM.i.l thut tbo Honre bad t'.vke re
Betad tbia claim. Ile woubl rather reo tho bill de
i thfl bflfONfld aadflf Um repoit from .tbe Com?
mittee to tbua agree to it. Thi* waa an enteringw. d;;o
t , . av li.e iniiliouB to the Choctuws. The HenM
.'.-.ld paa 11 lill, \nrc- uiA flflflB, leavingout the
Cboctafl aaMBdflNfl, aafl aend ii to the Senate. If
tl * I.II wm loet iLen, ou that body would ifrt the re
rpl.l- ibilitV.
Air. PHELPfl bflfld the BflflM flflflM udl.cre to
(lu ir BBBgfflflflflBti If t':c Senate deeirt* tfl Bt tbe bill
1 fai), bo be it.
Mr. STKVENSON (Oem., Ky.,) durin? Mi- spiriled
dlbfltfl, aaid l:o did Bflfl Iflflfl flBM Mr. i'i.clp* had
agnii.at the I'hectaw-). Waa it bflflBBH he liuka hi*
fertnaai with the NortbI Hebadaaaetkaed objecfl
ne iiijiiat aa thia, aiul yi-t han cluln.cd the obligation of
plightfld l?i'h it. nirii.iiiii.g them. Ho eoaM cruab
unler foot pliflhted faith flfla il a lit.d his vicwa.
Mr. I'ilKLl'S?I flo not BliOW what the iscntlenuin
m< ima.
Mr. S n:\T.YSON?I y>ill exjlain wbat I mean and
Bflflfl wli!t I fav.
Mr. l'llLLl'.^--! havo pur-tied.the courae of dutv I
fi-h t.. be incumbent 14*11 me. I do not kuow to what
the iciitleiii.n ref.i.a.
Mr. 8TEVENSON?I iriflezphifl flfl.
Mr. l'HLLI'.v-I have flflM t:.at if Ihe Cboctawa
were in a taflbriflf condition I would doni.te them
1050,000, but woui.l not *i.nctioii or recognize the
Lh'- taw award. If this i? boatillty, tben tbo gentle
iu.iii hae ndataken fii'-cdabip lor boflifltf.
Br. -SU.\ LNso.N?I aav that the g.nrlcraan from
Mirrouri haa orged on thii mvjr thc pflflflM of a pub
li.- piintini!-liou*?e aa necccAary to carry out the tre.-.ty
ia a etiiona OB the puhlic Bflb.
Mr. I'HLLl'S?Oae wor.1 of e.xplanation. Tbat
was to carry fl (L? law for purchaidiig a public prini
ing-olhce, the contract har Bf n tt iwd tbe approval of
|Iflfli I'lliilIBB r.fllMlllMB llf hldb bflBBM I hud votod
.i|_.'i.inat tbe bill, but whu. the eoflttatt was made I wm
lin cai iiing out tbe tmlilb foilb.
Ylr. h'l l.\'L.N.iON flfld tbe mouoy now propoeed to
bo Bflflfll >1 to the Chotuw* vsiu. piuBflflfll (o a toBafl
praaflflflflaaflflOflIbfl tbfl arai dv.u. He then cx
pBBed aiil i-ciill, d BMM hinguageobjeotionable to th*
geatb man frofl Biflflflflri.
BXflllflaMM) m?u fllfldflfl, und the report cf tb*
('..'liini.i.e was agreed to by nim- Bflkrity.
At 7 p. flt, Ibfl tiu'iaeadjourned tiii Mouday morning,
10 o'elock.
?
RLN'\TE....Wa-iiin .ros.'March'J, 1^61.
Tbe S'-nate met at th'- tieaul hour. A lurgevrowd
r-. ibB :n thfl gulb'ii*- .
Mr. PRARCE (Dflfl*, M.I.' reported Bflfl tb* C.)m
irit.-.- of liefercuce on the lnduu Appropiiiiiou bill.
I Im rej>"rt wua agre4?d to.
Mr. KIN'ti ilteo., N. T.) pn-tenteil a latge number
of t?tition*, nioatlv againat MflMflbfl.
Baaare. BUMNEB (R*i... Maaa.), WILKDT80B
(dtcp., Minn.l, aud CAMKRON (Rep., l'a.,) pre
Baitiin petltlnaa ol a aiaflBi 1 IfliaaBf.
m coiiimiiiii ati'-n frem lh* ftflflbBflMMIflBfld,
iraufinitiiiig papcni iu n-lati-.n to tho extniditiou ciso
0f tlie Mffflfc .'Vndcrtou, wbith wm flflflfl! to be
piiuted.
A number of report* from the Committee ou Printiug
flBM adopted.
Tbe report in favor of printiag.Mr. Jfliaipeon'* aurvey
of tbe flflffl road was L.i.l jver.
A u'tmber 01 private bifl- wcro paaaed.
Mr. 8UMBRR (Rep*, Baaa)aaMi a motion to cor
ABfl Ibfl journal, where it aaid?" Tbo reaoluilotia from
the Houae were read n timt and Bflflflfld time by aaaflfl.
mous conaent." Bflflflflflfld Ihat when tbe IflflflB
tion* wer. rea*l a accoud time he himaelf objottcd und
oiher* near bim.
Mr. DOCOLAfl (l>otn., IU.) claimed thnt the aniend
fl iit? flfll Bfld t\. Bfl
Tbe dBaaaaBa coutinued ieme time.
Mr. FOOT (Rep., Vt.) preaented lh* credential* of
Jut.'h CeflflMf, IflMaflad Senator from Vermont.
Tho journal yvhs .orrei-ted?TeM fl, Nay* 17?and
tho reaobxiou fi. ia theH<flflreaduaocondtime? l'eaa
39. Navs 5.
ll.e flflfll flflfl being the Peace Conrontlon propo
i-iti* u, it was taken up.
Mr. LANK iOeui., OlflflM) Iflflflfld his remnrk*,
BjvakJngi.;';.in?f tbe propoaition, und defeuded himaek'
agionat tl.e Iflefleb flf tbe BfflflBf from TflBBflflM iMr.
Johnfn.) lie rel'< ired toihev itbdfBWfl] of eevcral of
th ? Bta'flt, anl dflcMfld thal Virginia would alao go if
nothing waa done, and join the yreat Southern C'onfed
tra.-y. Ile alao urgucd at ton.e lei.gtb in Bflfl of tba
righj ? ('le-eprion.
Mr. PRARCE (IKm., Md.) n:a*!e a r.-port from the
CeilBlf* ?-? * IflflMttofl on tbe Civil bill, and thc rep4>rt
am Miead to.
Mr. LAN K cmtinned, commeming severely on tbat
pot i"ii cf Mr. rJofaBflfl'fl apeech adiocutiag roercion a*
a eettleuent Bf tLe Bflflfl ditHcultica ot tbe coantry.
Ile il..ni. 1 waa in Mflfl ofa peaceuble f^ettlement.
||? - !?.. 1 <? I thfl IbeBeaabflflMMttf would net let (he
Bl ?v^ S'.a'ea go Bto (I e T.-iriionea v's ilh their pror-erty.
The l.'c] 'bliwinpaitv v. ill not let the Bflflflbflfl Statea
Mflfl in tbfl L'i.i..n, flfl ffltB?flfl flflfl Ifl (fl flflfl oflt.
Mr. LflBfl B|?oko for nearly time bflflfl
Mr. JOIINSOJi [DflM. Tmb.) tbM roae to Bjie.ik.
Yi ni, ..I '; p, -,!., p.i.. flBbfld to know it it was
tbeintentlon ofthe Henator '<> pflt oflTl ii fl ou tho
Btaal QOfletiflM beforo tho country / If I.e choae to do
at. it flM iu Ihe Bflflfll 01 any Bflfltfl to put ull'uclion
until it waa to., late.
Mr. JolINM'.N aaid tbat he would only MMM a
fboi t :in:<. Ile a.ii.1 I.e bad bt l' attu.k. .1 bv thou,. vvl-.o
'.'iaiinioii. I'errO-ift'itie-4 toward Mfl uud been ii:
dolged ia, bai be (Mr. Jo'liuaon; ivk biuineil above per
BoaaHtBfl.
Ab Mr. Johiton proceeded he wii* ippliided by the
galle.-ioa, wl.tii the CHAIRMAX, Mr. l'olk. orderod
tlie gtutf. men * galb-ry on the lixht to he cleared.
Mr. ix.l Ol**kS tlleui., HLjuiovcd tiuit ibe rule be
aoapended.
Some debate took place on tha motion, when
Mr. IflAVI flfld bfl hoped tbat IbflaflaBflM In tbe
gallery flflflM be permitted to rem;iin and appBad ai
n ticb aa they pkaa*> It did not muko any ditlerenoe lo
him, for he wu* stauding np for rigbt.
M . 1IALE (Rep.. N. 11.) aaid that tboM in tlie gal
lerica were probably new-coniera, and bad got tbeir
Ueue of tbe Sunate from tlie newepapera.
Tbe diacuaaion laated for nearly aa hour; and ?everal
motion* woro mado und wlthdrawn, nntil at but Mr.
DOUOLA8 withdrew hit laotioa, it being conOdered
out of order. . .
Tn* CHAIR tben itupeadfld tb? ord*r to cleflr tbfl
PSr7i0UNWK (rNNOHvitllUkfmK mX
wtid he thmufht be migbt talk about Ireaaoa Mtbe
fatbeni of tbe country bad talkcd about it. The Ooov
*?:ituiion defiuea tretMon a* levying war agaiuat tbfl
Covernment ond aidiog tl.o-e who did ao. Show hifl
(Mr. Jflbaatfl) thoae wbo make war on the Oorerfl.
ment and l.re on ita veeaels, and he would ahow yeofl
traitor. If be wa* Preaident of the I'nited StalMhe
would luivo all auch arre.ted, and, if tried aod eoa
victed, l.y tbe Kteinal C.od be would have them hnflg.
Mr. Jobiiflou then referred to the action of TenneaaM
iu Bflfl to -e,c.-ion. It aeemedm lf tlie Senator
from Oregon bad not heard the new*. Mr. flflB?M
leferrcd to the votea on the reaobuion* of Lat Mflflflj
when the Senator from Oregon voted againat th* flfl
luilou thM it wa* ncceiMrj- to protect Sh.very. Bfl
that wa? before a Pr? -idt rthil cle.'ion: now it UxxfXmt
Mi.li an election. Six State* have gone out of tba
Union, hut tbe peopb* bave uot ptraaed an onliooaMOB
MflBBMM. Coceorvittive men have teen flflflMflMfl
and uat.rpi.lion baa iii'mphtd. The Htir* aud itripefl
are chaiiKcd, and tbfl Pflnfltto, the Pi Iian, asd tbfl
BltlbflMtfl, run up in their Bflfl Mr. Jobn
11 r. (] wiih an clo<|uont ttpia*..! for tbe flag of
I'nioti, cxpneeiug tho hope tbat if mi/lt e^
ov. r i bc laiui of tbe free, fld detlaring tbat I
flOaM ever reojain iu thc ITiuon.
Apt.hu.a* broke out in the j{allerie? when Mr. JoBa*
son . loaed.
Tl.e (.IIArR orderod tbe flabflflbM to be ch-ared.
Aflflf bi-aea followed, when the whole cowd tOM
and burst ont with moat ttimultuoua applaure, yelling
ai.d ahotiting, and ciilmitiUiing ia three roaiiugcheera
for tbe Union, caufing the grenttet excitement
Tbe CHAIR ordered (lie Sergeaut-ut-Anua to flflfll
anv oae o lofllnga di-inrbafl e.
Mr. KENNEDY (Oem., Md.) aaked that the do?s
he lo. ked.
Aflera little time tbe gxllerica were clcared, tha
d .or..lo.ibed, j nd ih. s, nateproeeedadB iLeirbme
Mr. CRITTENDEN (Am, Ky.) moved Bflfli
Ibaflflaato fldjoarn they adj< urn to moet to-morroM
EfM tbough it vuu> Sunday, circumatanccd lendered fl
ue-caaary,
Mi. TRUMBULL Rep., III.) atiggested that thflf
migbt adioorn to 7 o'elock Sui.day evei.iug.
Mr. RICE (Rep., Minu.) m'A, in relaiion to the (Bb
turbamo, he hoptd tbe .Senate would do eomethlag tfl
prareal aocb erowfli in tbe gnllerira.
Mr. KKNNLDY -.id be bopod and wonld mflefl
tbat for the reeidui- of tho aaflflon the ptllery flflflfl
ahould 1'olocked. He tbought thfl ilirturl-auce of to*
.hn mm tba flflflflflfl inml', i ver cd'. cd to tho BflflB)
t.i.d tbat it w:u) likea nflfket-hoflfl tttb,
Mr.POLK (Dflflb, Mo.1 ipoke agnfafl meeting Ofl
Boaday. HaaaM be n ould not con.c here, and boped
they would ail till they had liub-ked tho buaiueM, aafl
fbei: udjourn.
Mr. \\ ILSON (Rep., Mnsa.) whs ala.o it. Bflfl of rfl*
raai.ii >g till inidaigbt oi to-morn>w morning, bnt nfl
to flflflfl an order to mcet on Sunday, unlen B flfl nfl*
flflfllT.
Mr.'FESSENDEN (Rep., Me.) made a report frflfl
the Cou uiitteo ol'Conference on tbe Army bilL
Tne ie]-ort naa agree.-i to, and no Ihe bill BBBMfli
Mr. IT OH (Dem., Ohio) reported from thc Comfflft
t*x- of Conl'crenoe oi. tbe L.dian bill.
Tbe report was agreed ro, avj ao (he bill pc-aed.
Mr. DOUOLAS reported frofll the Commitlce dl
C'oiiference on tho Patcuf bfll. wi'h an amendntetfl
that all pateuta horeafter giantcl shall remniu ia forefl
17 veara, and ull exteusioa of am.b pflflB eball heifl*
by"be pr. hibited.
Tr.i* report wa* agrepd flt
The question waa (heu taken on Mr. Cri(tendfld%
motion, thut wben the BBBBB a*ijourn it adjoaru tfl
meet ut 12J o'tlock ou Sunday.
N i on.l objciiomi were made againat it.
Mr. (RliT'ENDEN mM tho r< al rjnertion wm,
Bfltllton did ur t v\iah to tak* the re?p ,neibilif y of flflfc*
Bg ou tbe reaoLitioua, and wirb4>d to p?| il offl tha
pBa that they could not l>e read a aeccud time anfl
paeeed thc a -.ui? day.
Mr. KING ittcp., N. Y.) auid he tbought tbare wM
nr. Baeaafltf for it, and that il waa better to keep tfl
Sabbath holv.
Mr. CKITTENDEX-Holy I llMy would keep tbi
Babbatb balBribaa they em didbysavingthticouBlij
BMB rain imd bloodrueil.
Tlie motiou wa* diaagreed to by Yeoa 15) Mfl 21.
Mr. Iii? IL'..R moved to tike up thore-olqijea Ifl
a..a|*-n.l the rule wbicb prcvents billa or BBBbIbBmb tfl
l-e read arnl pawted tbe sam* day, ao lnr aa flflflflfl)
propoeitionatoamend tbe Coneti'.ution.
.Mr. IIALE Iflifld tbe '.uefltion of order that flfl
n lea coulil not be anrj^nded. i
Mr. MAB IM iDetu., Vu.) arked for tht- continoaoaM
af the aubje. t hoforo tbe Sonatt?whi. h ww thoprope*
aition of the I'eace Conveution?aud thut no aide aafl*
ti'.ua eho.ild tnterfere.
Diacuaeion flflflflfld on the point of order, whefl B
waa dflcid.si that Mr. Bigler'a m.-tiou waa iu order.
Mr. 1IAI.E moved to airike ou*. tbo word "auapaod^
and iuMrt " reneal." Canied.
Mr. MASON mid tbat it wm new prortoaed tfl
CaaflBhB
chanirethe rul.-|in regar.ltoaiiendn:eiit?toibe
tion, whi*-h rcouire moiu deliberatiou tban any otber.
After BflbfldflMMfli tho re-olution wa* adoptafl
by tl.e followmgvote:
'\ r. II tlilfl Bi^ler, tnj$. Brifht, Co'.'.iunflr, Crdliadaay
Diton. Lon Ja*. Otriu, Harlan, llnnter Joboton (Teun.). flaav
rclv lM,e. l.afiam.Poweil. Ptgb, Ri.e, Siaimon*, Tbiai|iaa.
WUfflll?to,
\\\i?V'.trt. Blnf'.AOi Clark, Cbmdlar, Durke*. faaaflflf*
lr ? Ki.x. Ortfltafl, Hmio, Kin*. M*?n, MorrtiJ, Ten flyofl.
TrnmbfllL YY ade. YVilkiLJon, YVilaon?16.
Mr. BRB.IIT (Oem., Ind.). moved an Kxeciittffl
aeari-'ii. l.crt.
Mr. DOL'OLAS moved to poetpone prior onlera, fl
aa totake bb thej-'lut iflflolfltMfla fMm the Houae.
Mr. MAfll )N nrked tbe Senator to flflfl time he pifla
poaed to peaf; om*. He made it a queation of ordfl
liat tbe time ii.-i.-i be atated.
lh* CHAIR daaldad tbe motion ia order, aad aalfl
tbat if it prevailed the p.o.-oriiiot.a of tbe Convanuofl
would eome up iuinietliately after.
Mr. MASON ol-jccted to'the pre**'!enco ofthe Peaoa
Convention reiolations Mng taken from tbem.
Mr.' DOCOLA8 laBtbatBe VMgBflflB Senate*
from Vinriuia waa eo fricr.dly to the meaaure* of tha
PflflB Convention. Not long flbfle he heard hia toBb
denouuiing the Couvention, but now it is diff.-reat.faa
tha Bflf thal he may bnt e lometbing to vote oa tbfl
will give pea> e to tte countiy.
Mr. M AS> >N?Tbe.Sem.tor from IHyioi* never hoaifl
nic exprca* approbaifon of the rca.l?Uona of the i'eooa
Cufereme. Bfl (MflflOBl thought that precodflofl
abould not be T-ikeu from tbem.
Mr. CRIITLNDrN aaid be thongbt it Btrangegflfla
tlemen ibeeld araat to take up th* re-^lutiona aflflBfl
to Btrike a blow at them and trample tbem under foot
It*waa evi.leut, from ihe oppotdtion to the reeolaliona
of the I'eace Confereuce.tbat they could not be |BBflfl\
but gcntlem.u BBgtt to lot aometbing bo dene.
Mr. Douglas'B motion waa agreed to, aa followa:
YF.AS?We**r*. Tlifller, Hn;_r. Brirbt. ?lark. Collanwr. Qrlt
.endru. PUon, Dong?>*, fflBaaaflflO, Urlmei, Hile, lUrlaiL Koa
fer, Jobn*or.. Xci.u. |, Kennedy. L.Uxun, Morrcil P,-i:re, Towma\
I'ntb. Rlca. tjluauoui, Ten Kyck. Tbomion, VVllkintDti?M.
NAVS-M.-iiia. liivixd, Bii-i..?..u,Chiudler, CUngmaa, fmn\,
Ovtlii, KUi_*, Line, Ma?on. flaafl ufl WU*on-lU
Mf.LAHE flflflfl flflfl tbi doora of the gallarytO
tbe left olihe Chair be opoutd for the admiaaioa flfl
ladit-8 onlv. flflfld to.
Mr. KlS'O moved that the doors at, the rigbt ba alefl
optned.
Mr. LATHAM moved to .t?lmit ladic* only.
Mr. l'UOH protflfltod air-iinat tb* admimdou of tzrf
MBtlflBMB* after Ifl inanlt received to-day.
Mi. KENNEDY -aid that tho Sonato i.ad beea to-*
nulteil in a manuer unnreeedentcd, and ^be would omt
air bcre and be iuaulted any more. Ue protcMflfl
againit tbe adiuL-aiou of any men.
On mdion of Mr. CIJNUMAN, tbe mctlon of Mra.
wcro then takea'1
u p. ^
Mr. PUOH raid the re-olation* w?re ahocking baflf*
granunar, au<l I.e moved to amend by itrikkg out tbfl.
wordt" BiilbiwBad fl." a
Y KAS ? _>(.-**r*. P.y.rd, Blnglunn, Bra^, Brt^h*. ChandlaQ.
llark Cllnguian, Ketrer.defl. floi-t, Orisie*. Hunter, JohnaaM
(Ark.). King, Maaon, Trarnbui), YY ade, \\ tfl aU, WBflflflfl
IVtl.on?19.
N.Yr.S.-M**.?. Euker.Biilt'r. Ctilaniflr. Crittenden, DiMU
l)u, **, Orliuei, l.wlo, Ualr, Uulaii. Jobawm (Tein), Kaae1
nedy, Lkth.ni. Monill, Pearce, P-.tr-U, Bflbflttlan, T*n KyoB.
TliiTbc iug a tie vote, tl.e PRESIDENT gave tbfl
caatir.g vote in tbe atUrmative.
Mi. OOUGLAS appealed to tome Senator to cbangfl'
hia vote. *
Mr. CRITTEN'DEN movtd fer a reconiideratBa of
thc vote. Agreed to.
Mr. .loHNSMN (Ark.) aaid that be cotUJc-red tbfl
the moet troacheioiu propoai:ion yet made, and h*
lieved tbat Sou'bern men wer* aacrilking iheir Stt
aiidi'ivincf up thtir ligbta. He (Johuaou) would
v-.te for any hall-wav meaaurea. Ile would not t
for any aieaairea Ihat would not brmg back aU
fltatfla and rc-tore tbe Union aa it waa. 11* con.l.l*
Ibfl propoaition an a dflltuuou, and flflflflflfl to dividfl
tbe Soutb. , _ . _
Mr. OWIN aaid thal h* wa* b favor of a mea-nra
that wo.ill dfl BflBfl to leith aectloua aud make b
r-ttlement. He did not bcheve tbat tbflpflasageof
thia reaolntion would aaii^fy tbe country.
Mr BAKEK advocated the tuiMUge of the Mflflfll
tion.' Hfl did not Buppo?e it would eifect a *ouleine8l?.
hut'it wa* a -tep toward it. i
Mr. CHANOLKR moved that alT tbe doora bfl
oiK*ni3>l in tbo gallery. Agreed to by Yeoe. 'J4; Naya..
l'i. Miiaee* of peopl* poured ia until tbe galkrie* woifl
orowded.
The V1CE-PRESIDENT directedtbe 8ergeaot-flUl
Arms to admit no more pereona than coold he coufort*
ably aeatod.
Mi. FITCH moved that the Senate adjonra.
Dui ing the call ofthe roll Mr. MASON aaid ItflflR
evident tne Bcnate wm under the couirol of a lawlefll
mob, and ahould vote to adioorn.
Motion loatr?Yom, 10; Naya, 81. _.
Mr. BAKER oontlnued bia remark-, arging *?
pkAaage of tb* re*olalion m b meaanra of mbmImm-OI
." Mftfth WL?!_4 Sttn^l * IflvnwiBflioflflfl*
King waa Iaid on th* table.
Tuo joint rteoluiioti-fronitbc Hon.se

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