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It 1 1 a it ij
ItlMn-ntXM, trappy wiik r golden harp, bur hum
W wi in bMM !
With tmth MfltfWl Mart n$. who iuM wish
.11. . i j.ni-, 7 mm im ki liotwwi " P n CMIMi" Iiim ikt aM L... n
VT. IIT
j to Hw lwtr m heifer m'nit down by dmtbts J
1 east aVaia. bs air. tn l.- ... i i
W I I, I. I A 1! P A V
a vruiu.tr. Jan. 'i Id Mr Wiae reaumod hi ro.i -.7,.. J - ' 'wt UM Mlatn. c.uhl
tir.t n.
Sir. il Li -.. w. a iL ,.. ' . " " ",rrt tulraof.
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i pmnami ; nattier let
f . i . . . i. .. . '
far Mill ! frw nil 1 Mr rii.iL, r. t n ... ... . . ' ,5,r " "'a "r lpwillt Dull of th I'fe.I-i Jtonrr M k i . ,. .
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rt'ititrii t a )vi er thr mjv. nn, iuk,
H Aiiri;T itfjinT.
Ih vitiwM tli aaribsmght I
On that grwat day af firs,
Oprle.1 by ptantMn fcrrx m
Thhry rarth rxpirc j
Thr moop with ,),, Ktrtfjrriv fIr,
Of rirrlMtil.f jlnnm ;
ai nil lh Man net filJ Ml Ittpti,
nmo hwrrjfs (hn!)Ii lb kr.
To lijhl tiim U ih l,l.
Tli Ud in. Uul noMlt) rT twccfi
With JrfI Mbo rrmk lurid hc Ucji
Tti tvall lit dyimf Air f
Ari l all oog thr r,
piritt aKg w Uf pair.
In Mtow tnuimm t mnltarM ;
And tortm mm tnusJtrt, ftm ilnuu.l
Of tthr'J blMkMM, wiilfcig IhuO,
Tdclr wfu! v;5 alltr't).
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prrir,(iii, Pr.iin
I ho
Ami hd.,v y fjrtni m mmi tprttag
'Hir ckrlitit bora of csilh,
Tlirjr.wlm when lime himMlf wi young
Fmilot! mi eritiun'i Mult.
Vtli wyrikilii p'hurM e by tide,
Of .U who ytr live I ir iliid -
About ln( cnat h of pin
( .'Ii M - pn i ri nS-w tt lr-RMilreu arx W ,
1') dim iDftrUlitjr ir.-Nj
A fearful fun. -nil Uto !
Tlie wnnlin nir wu 4rkt
And blurb at ( lit fltft,
Kr- Ihr young ligln jjad fitnal tjwrlc '
O'or gloomy chana liurtt 5
f-ve whtr fn IwitodlMi tme nlanc
'I be dyiUj; tliut fin(ly iliwio
Upf.n bin funeral pyre
An awful lamjvirxwtgllinmrrlmflamo
Ai bii.iNIi nj. In juJmcnl .Mint-,
Lit up a jmiU cf fLre.
Il wai d,twwy4 .ij.tt ,Ci
Winn fill dtMyin; time
Mrhi ir,!o dim clerrnt
W itli unjMly lublinip !
Winn lurid moJ.'n ml.iUm. o.- .ii, -A
bjrtno ihroiij bboul Ibn v.wrid,
AmI mnrlali all miwlitwtd,
)a ! ,!i-rJf: y and ),
T11 wlih bit ImI ezp'rioi; Ibriir,
And isccH lilt fuurl blind.
O'l Ikij rnld Sti of Man !
l'vn Hint imfol day.
V.v.ii ruithfulnllad h( rn
-I.ali ihrinV In noitglil away,
!! Ciou our trrit!h, whoM rcn;l)i would fail
'Villi lyinjc nit.ur waxiuj pa'e.
And (j'llrrrwj with h ihuclc
Of lit tenth fmj, tliit we
Mny cttaj in ffilli and troit to llirt
Th t rHtipR tlm k '.
Jta iirrliiiay.
1 .. il. . .1 : . 1 ...
ir'tfimia oiih miiiRinf man an
0 . All 111 IMgBlfiCGtlt MICCOMIOn
awalun ike nutsrt wulitwnl efpioly in the human
bmrt. Th living ami exhilarating prppn uf
Kpting 1 he genu! ami oxoj sarmlh ol Hnnner
iha imIcTmI 4iiiaHeft i.f Aotumn. ami
aWlaMw ef hoary Wiuiuromtti aoalo tlh-it
tfptoprMltr lupwa i.f iftntitnile tn Him, wlin from
M taruno mi lnjh "trnuxnkertih tbt tliinffa which
is Hiuoari iruin our mo lit hv n timtw
... - . " a' . II.IBU'U I HOI PltMIV 1(1 lift H.!:.ti . K..I u,.r.H
h.m.elf ,s objured.- deceived, onm htj ,1- V ""T
. .K. .(..i. irnnitjui ia mwiui; 1 ;nolV
I
umptit, wr, Hiicpfr-
tliat ia iImut Iii ii
, inl ibo corrupliun curraptu n, jiir, i im werd
( of! h I imp, doe. ,.xit . bul it m io.. tr..r, u m pn
fnlerpdu i.M-aliuir Ihnmrh rvnv aipnncal
n.. t i.f t!,r ,.l,!.o k..m.- 1 1, uiidMBiiliins lite
-atiiuii 11 (it i,p ,(! ..fihe frre goferninn.t
which wo derived IV. t -nr lalliofr, and I glory m
"fCffil'T it mil finm ife rtltnrag wlktl it loV,
nd in pxprwiioj- iu .(- firtl light
oflrulb, to thoatom?hod enzi' of ihe l,mm.i
iU nurd
I n pwion.
! pf Jor, mj Ik imiimi lo du ai.d tipilbrm tin ntiwn
me ifitr. Kow. nr. mi the 3 1 ..I Mrrl. I
.111 B J ... 1 , . , ..
bnt lrotti llinc In limp;" nt h'.l tiiWa 1 uitbom nil ATiim.. .ii.. 1 .... . ...
Ilia riiroci.n oil be 1 ,i.i.l..ni
,
uiaii 1 no 111(111 ol ttiu nin
Unvtn ibu rrnin Ibo outilvmrdnliun uf llnngn o.
luriM), we turn to higher and bailor objoeis ,,f
Ihonglit. Older cioih draw our nlloiilinn to
IhB oarlli wo inhabit but this exbibitH to our tvori
ilorin. ujoa nyrida of othor ivorids ai;d tmtiirrtliy
SwtAt tlj inirji) tu tho cmileinplntion of hoaienlj
thm-t; and oion fhuili in human frailty; to ppecu
!nliati8 as Hinfbl UK ll.nvaro iircruiiintiiriup.
So IniiiiDj-o (i'.oolMion excepted) is m pluin
arnJ p readily widerstiKHl as tho lanffimge id u i
luro, and at no neiisun does uhe 8Deak so foreibh-
id nilermily to the heart an in thu xmoii or Witi
lor. Shi teiia ih in tho hurried (lopr in tlit
ley i linens of the treaa 111 the pnowy cuvennga
of the fair nod beautiful vimis of Summer ofde
cay written by tho finjtor of God upon nil his work.
Wo are tliuri warnod th.it an wave succeeds wave,
ogenerstiun uucceeda to genorstion, and that we
moat soon mi!e with our native diut. Thu lit-
llo prntllur of to-dny soon fills our placu in toriely,
und the tondrils of curlhly nfftion oro Fevered at
our dopnrturo only to bo traiiflorrnd '.o our uuccos-
nre. Hut it trachea a nobler Iorm it tnll.
that tho buried vine will noon in renewed bonuly
novo in uelicnlc Icnvos in tho breath of Summer
anil the ico mantled trees conn put filth their
strength mid beauty, and tiiat wo too, having left
our chryluli7.od hliell to moulder 111 its native o.irlh.
.eusii ;v ing our lllfiht to worlds above. "Thoinih
1 rourraolioiiB ol nature havu boon llioto fix tbou-
Miud VfUlra. nnnnnllu rricin ln nn.. il...:. ..I I
j , u,,j ..... iu iiiuii iiiuii UlUtjUUIIl
nnauy o.xuria are not yet 1113 moil nor even nt
I KCt to decav. Hi lina iIimm !.i
tiler are 'inn
... . J ...:M ..... 1 . .
in, uiiu win 1101 loiorate corruption.
Sir. before I cloacd on tlm punt evening, we had
arrived at ono rooM imporlatit fact, which the jour
nal does nnt rocor'd, whirh was not befoto known,
which I would that the hiatory of my country in ita
vnry infancy had not 10 record, and which I moat
y lifti irodiicod a moat diatingiiiltipd anxielv.
We have arrived nt the aclemu fact halfadmil.
ted and folly provedthat, t tlm laat sei.ion, the
chairman of the Committee f Wnva and Menu
Mr 'nk ..... ..I. 1 ..ii. ..
v J niuTiiieu nno anew mat uie rreai-
.ient ofthe United Hia!e dor-ired an appropriation
"lruo imiiioiw 01 dollar r.ir Militia und .Vnval
Nervice, that he never cummunicatod it to his com
mittee or to Hie J Zonae of Kcpreacnlativea ; but
vwintporari it, aa a secret to a few mpnibcraiii their
eain, (Joairma them to "ray nothing about"
tho fact that hiicIi wn the denim of tlm I i.
cent ! :
I call upon thin Itmif-o and thin nitinn to .vitnetf
this fact, Hated, proved, and not hero denied, but
annulled. Hero (trikinr hi bruat)ia tho ncciiacr;
there fpoinlingnt the Speaker,) and thero (poiii
linp nt Mr Camhreleng; are ihn accused! There
nreotbera ("ignifying Air V. il. nnd Mr P.) who
may be tho guiltiest of the gnnf. The People are
our judges; they are mm- siltioL'. nnd will iiidie
I rtglitoaouidy. '
n.e i.s unngrrii r.ati been tmc in tlr and m
e-.i, ii nra IWo joart. and yet nt toe lieciiiria.f id
wither miu, and at no 'trine whatever, hid be
ever mtlajsud oven (bat thn tale of the I'
reij .iretan iippropriattim of three tnllmim .fd I.
larn. TT dW nl pommiiiiirat and a ich "iiir.irm-v
tin'' lo U (.Viirrrrr, ! V ihe Rxeen'it-e
rm,l ofiho wretcbud roiuiitioii ol' our mean ol'ii--fence?
Did ho not kinav il.e M :u' lln larta vvlnrli
1 have already ditcloaed 10 n-!.ilmn to our (urnfi. 11 ,
Hons, - ur ordnaute, and our ,'.uv 7
:)to m.niv r i.rro
tppiidott," with or
ihnt efleet "uuiler
r oino otin of thr)
Ifioii, tHiinril no
una In beex.
ttry and nival lerviee.'1
'1. iit cmprat, loo iidefimto
I. ml Wn alone, unreal rained
)uii ! 1 hi.
KOCIllve lV.rl'l 1
fear, no aojiri.n.
Deilded 'Wr t! 11,
Thin vbi 1 1 .
:i! Ullttiiliimi 11
. ...I I u 1. 1 . . .
nu rnai.Hon "in 11 mrneii ino, nt tlie moment
that it wn liini'i-.l. ririi ,)d, and mule m.ire
I" '-'fie, by ibPilamm or phro iinnindlalely tuif.
Im?, "iiu-lii !, , for i leaiion -ml ordnance, and
im 11 . n i!, ..iry.' Mv e-ii.troclion theii wnii
Hint thin three iiulhon. of the public nnmey vvaa to
up aiiprnpiiati. 1 .,r tlial
I .u ur ii.... . . 1 . . ... . -it-"!"' "ii wiai pan 01 inn nulitarv and
Sv B" 1. ,' , m',nnm,n ' ! H f'c in. ludo.1 under Hi h.ada of fort.fi.
hy any hody.and certainly tho Depm.tr.entK aboold , , ,.,. ,.r,,a( . ,, ,.,,rwo,0 of llin N...
on tlie a-ibji-et. , litM.wtnir that three milln iw eould well be evnend.'
ed ..11 either o-ijael, that either riirlifle.iti,m,iiti.
nance or Inrreitt ofthe Navy would eiitnuime mure
than three millmni, and that tho vvlnile mirii would
be very iiiadrinat fur oil thrre e-bjn. la, and nut
knowing vvlnrli nbjrct mi(rbt reqiiiro nmut nf the
ii propriatum. I anw 110 i.bcolion Iwiviujf n discro
tlon in the p;i; naiion. hP the mini to lliean linn,.
v hy, ur, appoint a committee? The invesli.
.J KilUtJi is iiriiad.i..-.i,-i.-irirrrfrffof,'otEi-f-
j denee, fhoblinr; up the iutirr1.) there nio tho oral
, wit nesite!. I point im? to Mpjr. I
ua t.iat Wbllu I and flu. lri.it. P.. 1:-. ... , .''
evnrv nnlural .,!. M .,.,.l .t...l ..rl .. . '. " ' "lrl ""1 COr.VIC-
j . .... ..v...., ,,..1.10 Ol I,,,,, , I ... ....... fv !,,
voL'einuiu iiiij was tint unceaeinsly onorntimr
and prepariiif; tilently this earthly resurrection
and that in his wiao Government thore exists no
uvil.
"Wlien Ethcfl( cloud aipond vveviuw,
And dyi arr dark and frleodi ato fim,"
lie t1l us in the voice of Mature to look uo.
ward for aupport and consolation tbut no etmmv
hath dono this, but that if an additional mantle' (if
t'rvm Ae.V. )'. H'Wy .Wtn-ar.
! WOULD NOT L1VB Al.WAV."
fliis world i. our probation arenn. The tlmo
nllr tted to lis here baa been limited to n frw abort
and flreting yearr. Kvery induceircnt to right
that enn bo otTured, i plated before u, and that
we miy rhtin evil, the end of the sinner's course
is cupoapd to our view.
That ihe characters which we form may be fully
developed, tpmptatiun and trials tct tn. on every
ir!p. The flower which rprinjf op anti bloom in
our path, beguiling ua with their fiehnea and
boauty, and cheering im with their fragrsacc, are
fillid with thorim. lit pro,'cl, they appear beau
tiful and detiraWe, but v. hen we conir to eull them,
vvc ate torn and wounded. We anticipate pleas
ure, but disappointment Hrk around up. We
plunge into it'.intion's luting rorte', bot fell re
morro picrcea u te the heart. AroWtlon ealla na
onward we co at bet bcitt, Kt envy retard our
progress, and fame is reluctantly and sparingly be
atowed. Thoosh ondomed with brmnee to roiat,
and wifdom to perreio, we are aonlinoally led aa-
trav. I'.vil incltnatiena and unsubdued pasaions
predominate nvPr tb.-.ae hirhrr and WiVr ratoftow.
wiplaiitcd by tha baud of tKseu itself.
The atrenelh of intellect, the power of gemot
tha rich v&tictv and purity uf tboujrht, the con-
tence, that inward monitor, that baa ten -born -tine),
that faithful.-oh! Ih-- fsilbful friend if man,
arc dethroned, arc led captive by tha raoity and the
nher evil afftidton of a lUfPfived heart. TIm
earth befomei a ihoilra fur the exhibition of char
sclera tlatk and goilty, and tba bean la oiled with
all manner of unclean lute.;
Cit into soch a world, surrounded by ancbexw
trrtees, coowioua that beu e would do good
evil is ever present h us. Knowing our own
fr.lt wbn. rh! r-ho wouM Irva alway I Contin
ually fairing fro holineaa and from Uu4. on: who
would far ever sad fat oyer rondo Ms Mf-J)iag
spirit tn lU tenement of clay Who would atilJ
retain hti iromenal miud m tho aWrk Hpionraee
which limits it hre ' Ul the laafnaooed bird
which, when it uoild v aay to it own ;rcen
fields, and chirp in its nai- bonus, but baaia its
fluttering wa;s agaiaal Uw v ires wKieb eastAoa it.
N' horn fur heaven. B ! ' r ' f " may mv
pint le usofti! in it -.;ouf.. ' .nd t . u iaiW
to die, uinj ! happy Slight t !! u " : t u'vj'
Hrre fortune nay wtile t- .: i..iv n.t
around ua Ihe ra!u, bnhi hi '- r.--t i.uit
e may dwell in tbr.r '! . h in nir f atlnc,
but in that pure and ctlctia! vv r'.J we lb.! '
them all ; we shU '.it e t- ' ny tht
.1.
tnrlnelele of life" in so renovating tho M'stoni
r- i . " ...
to nretiaro it or Us it oriotis rcsurrecitoti. i no
year of nature is an emblem of tho year of the soul
nnd whilo wo uoo the wisdom of the present ovi! to
the plants and trees of the earth, shall we m.l also
bcliuvo in the winlom of affliction to the soul I
While Ibo natural objects- of tense are annually
dying, a man still lives nnd ee the beginning ,
life, and end uf myriads ol the inanimate creature ot
God.
Iet Ihen, the alarms of Winter blow, und the
ice mantle still cover the oarlh ; they ore the aigna
of the suuic father who biautifios il.e .Spring and
the Summer, -'and crowna the year with hi good
not." They are to ua a evidepxca of that kind
hand which makes tho "mnrrrtintous evil productive
ol final good," and tenehos tn look through Mature
to its God. Tho natural winter u typical uf the
moral wiuler, and aund tho weakneaacs ol age a
suros us that n spring hull virtt the crave, and ev
ery man arue lo be judged according to the dead
dono in tlie body, whether they be pood or wlieth-
er they be evil llurttHgttm (A. J.) Uaxtue.
imnurti'it omn ia
airenuy out. l horo w no necotstty for the appoint
inent of tho comtniitee aoked for. The roaterinl
fn.ts, or 80IH0 of thorn are already before tho llouru
and all of them, if I enn.hrin; liiem out, shall bu
before n here ; and here, he'oro the even ol the
world, they should bo duulg,.,). Sir, if a commit
tee is nppuintcd, ii will be h "stocked patk." I
will not concent to piny K ith ,uh eards; If a com
UiUteo be appointed, there viJJ certainly wr luiv
uWmefriraly opposiie. Kn) innttcr where truth.
1 where justice lie, I iay wo know beforehand thtre
will ctrtainly be two repirts. iiminvtteea ate
more tired tiotv-a-daya to gfss over than lo probe
corruption. 1 have but liltlj confidence in thorn.
If they cannot report favoribly to "tho party."
they will never wport nt all.' Why appoint ri com
mittee, when hr! it has been charged, faco Ui lace,
and fully proved, that the wiiflcation bill of thu
last aesbion was lost by the rrV.ncpuvreiny, with oth
ers, of n genllenian whose njme reads in the lour
rm! Churchill C. t;ariibrelng 1 When hcra it
has been charged, and not jt-ntod ay, if denied,
roily proved, that the. chiiriian uf tho Committee
of Ways ai;d Means, (Jamdy K. Pulk.) kiiowing
the view ofthe Bxeenttve, lut nevtir cornmonica
tins them to enmmitiee or lHte, did go rdnnd
orivalelv anvontr members, and tell aucbaawere
friendly to the President thai lie wanted the grant
of three miliums, b it not, to say any thing ibmit
it ! What noed, then, 1 reptt, of a eninuiiilee to
ascertain what w alteady known ? These fact
have enme out, and mere most follow. Iet them
follow, one after anotuer.iu rwiew here in Ibla hull
and, if yon are honest, you will ge in Ihe proea
ion with Indignation awl hUrmi ,'""JJ
enmmittos tn n auui iimuiim frt tne iraaatt
truth stand op liere.m eonfront men. in high places,
mi matter who they may bo.chvKed with fiaud ami
corruption !
I will never examine tbis saKeet any where elsa
than in this Mouse. And how waa that tlirec mil
liana ainendmenla pfopoaed 1 Sir. althmigh wa
aiMdenly. in thlei
bo the very toorres of informs i inn
.i . . .
i uero vvae, noweverr a great den! of tronb.'o in the
wigwam last inter, when tlie iuiiiom of war
reacl.ed tho cuardinni of our pnfoty. How will n
bo if the toein of war be actnnlly souudod 1 The
Prosiuout wag not ignorant of our condition; an
ppropriatfon vvaa nwnasaiy without n bpti(k ol
war in tit horison, and ma uiensBiro to us this e
sion is ptoiir furnished by hunself that he di mmed
that .hree millions amendment nerr.i.y nnd prop,
or on the n.l of March, 1895, when ho made no
rociimineuda'ioii of the. measoiu tu Congress, save
t" you, air, and yun auppioMcd it; aud, though our
rrencli relations nro in a worse condition thsn ibtm J
ho pttll made no fecommecdniinn of such on ap;io-!
pnation in thatvqry mepsage. which rnya il via!
uiiu iniiiiiiis Hgo in "scroriUtico Willi tlie viows ol
tho tixpctitivo V
A sscret let-oniiitanlatinn I What in thu name
of tho safety of this uvorntnent, was it to bo kept
secret for t Was thedlrcction to keap it secret
tho direction of the president ? Or vva it the un
uuthorizou direction of tho ohairtro.ii of the Com
milt i e ol Ways and ileans J (Mr Polk.) This
qnention nhould be nuavv'tirej ; one orbotii must be
guiitj-, and one (.Mr PoJfe,) is guilty whether the
ot!ier isornnt ! Would tho chairman have dared
to withhold any item of lite UkooiiIivo will which
no was orderoJ to conmittmcatuJ If ho faila.l.-h
'-- rt- ''"rr.nt.wiriinu-t)irTlutr to the
i cutiunttmcatu.? If ho Xil.l
ni..i.i.lui.ailnu rrr ilntr tn
Executive nnd his rocomrrTdndntinii. Ai.rl ,'t l,
oidcred to "koep tho will of ibo Kxecntive secret
and d,d no, ho wi.f.iUe to.the Uousq of Repr.;Min.'
talives, to Cnititutn.n autl the country, and br-
i'hjto ma irust ;
Hir, Ihouirh the r.iriifiuntion hill 1..1 ... .k..
Iloup-e from thr) Senulu d ivnaml wool. l.c.,... i...
)j oi .viaicn, tins three milliun ninendnieni
kepi back until the laat hour: Was it intended to
be hurried through by b ar of tho responsibility to
leftae an appropriation tor nominal defence, vvhnn
thoro was no tm.o to Hunk, ajul acarcely time t..
Tl. I I'lll11 Lh Mt&"Ulr4- ifmtf
to the Mouse, makes it ncceawry for me to say I
will swear on ihe Il ily llvsugolist that I Dover
heard one word about tho viewa of the Kxcoiilivf
in relation to this three million appropriation until
the mesi'.ve ofthe Pina'uient to this Congress ; and
nover di.l I know that the views, of the lU-ecutive
were kept secret until I ouiaiueil tho wiiuen stave,
ment from my Iricnd from Tennessee, Mr lo,
which I pot from him within tilte laat fort) -eijjlil
luur ! I kne n day or so bedift Jinnd tntt such
a proiosilion would be iiiade.bul I thought it utmld
bo made and was inadeuilho requmtiibility ofthe
elmirman ofthe Commiuee on Firoign Affair n
lone. 1 bad such informal ion sa 'jiulhorixed me to
vole for it iiiforumlion which vafy fewv if any
member befiaVs had ; for U was not until the 3d
of March, alter twelve o'clock at night, that I got
;.. it.. h...,i ..r tt.A in.....irir nf lineal ordn.inep. L
which had never been communicatetl to Uunaru' own wron - oo
though it l,al been lying in the olTieo uf tb- U i'' chuckling m tb. ir e
, r, .. : ...rt eiuhteen .uero.. of timir ounains den -e I i
Ul rvavv t.ouiiutssiuiiora ir ut ar 117 , . . . , i ,i ,i '.. i
J . . r.in.l p.rtm Mfl,. ; t .1.. .iu,1....n. il.f.ni unit llo'ir uhviccs .
iffwho made tlm report on ! Tbov nro eeuirht ! Let tlu m hsini: thuir heads,'!!"
olifOPta, as ihev nught riHinlro it to bo ett:niled,
upon prim ;, i,. aimilar to tlmi which nnthorizps
the transfer .. ' rnrp'os of uno Innd lo the difici
sney of another loud, uppropuniod. Hoih was my
view on tins , art of tUv hk ndment when it was
proposed n is rerlniiilv i iaitwblu. though I am
now inehned to think it i e.inneoii'. I now fra.
that ttonielhuifr inure was mi nut hero than caught
uie eye ol one tlio wa. . J il upon to vo-e m
suddenly. The"provin."of'tfmt amendtnent which
"provided such expenditures shtill bo rrnderml ne
cessary fir tlm dt foiice of tho country, rior to tho
next meeting cf t'niijrrivp." I rr.-nrdi-d, mi fur from
being nn rxtcnsiori id Baeruiivo iliacrotion tu thu
application of ibo appropriatiun, ns a liumtation of
that dlscreiinn, and as crml niar a icbpom ilulity on
Ihe faecuttve which would nut hsvo been impecod
without il. If tlu ro had h -pn no ouch proviso, tho
moiu?y would hnvu boon appropriated nhsolutely,
hetjtrirttisuitsry or .,..i, und-U allowed lint the
rretlilcnt tejudgi. of t,e ncccssily of oxpendiiii'
in-iney for ufleiiro, but for tho ptirpofes meicly of
defence, and made him responsible for ihn oxerciM-
.or a sourmoit.rotion, even in c.om'int' tho sp
propimtion f, r tjmc ftutlll.n,ft T)lia cull,,ructjoll
1 that proviwi I uuriem now to be correct; but I
believe now Ihnt no tongue can tell hnw it may
, haieboen norvetied! Thao news 1 i.rr.aa...l
iho U l of March. Z8!15, on Urn door, nnd they went
bnnoily entertained, 'fue sum nf money was
trifling, compared with the objects of oxpeudiliiro.
I knuw it would require ton million for fortifies
Hon, ordnance, i,a. Jf. incr.-at-o of the Wavy, enn
sideniig tiie intuiiyr in wluVh tho money of il, V.
h'-iSiriidf.r.id on o,ir public wrhi, or rntlier
r;,rwir- ' '". mui.udm.-nl
lUi now, sir, I should like to know, mn
nht to inquire. wbelhrthe ingenious. amb.g,i,u
dtiiibtfol wording of this ii.neiidmepi had any tee'
at and tr.ivchrroua meaning' fp, if ihia 0p
proprialion wB ir aecrot servieo if it vv h i mo,,
trap, a gyern.hent-.r.p, I any, -lh H ,m m
of my aoul ! y, xh,- mriVllti,m. u,o tm,.
which not it, alaiuld be hurled mn it hUh
w,...... , .. ... , nr -tlin White
lluilFi' . Illireigmj. ii'.y ma oi, IttlHi. . tmf ,
. 1.1 u.. .1 . i . i. i
in eiHifii iiy una n , I n in ir.niH
ed 1 Was 1 nnpo- .1 ,,,i 1 (
the Iluuse, or the U, ns i . shnu
this initiviJtiiil Ira'inil, anj tliat tho.) vory persons
wliu tin! tAO wroiisf. -io thpwselvos fjuiity ol
this ii.iaenji.1. .rt ol tm.g tne
ffJaeby.i'1w OJrs for the re-p.-, -iuliiiy of their
.1 .I.....I.I nt. . ii
llirtn't; wo
w ut the
I do t!o.nmu
rut I Wnl dup
il not too tnd that
Id hu ofiarpnd with
mouths, throuuh toy hoj
laud, 8f r. C. J-.
ih?. ,',...Uat foundry. I I kn-w wrotcheti gmliy wretches, in el. rnaUU'nn Their guilt i
lflt . . . . . .-r. t I ..A . . . . . j i I ..II .......... i nir.i! ft. till re-
The grnd end of human life is to cultivate nn in-
torcours-with that Iking, to hem we o e lift
awl nil tho enjoyment which render Bfe delightful
aasl lo rnaintaia aniatrjrily f ouwdott towards our
fellow erealuref that so, by forming pwty and vir
tue into habit, wu may bo At members fur ihese
ciety of tha pwos and the good, which raason nnd
revelation loach ut lo expect beyofctl tb grava.
llnrns.
That knowledge is ndraiKed by Rn Inlorcoarsfj
or smitimunte, Jnd exaWanRC of oWervatwrw. and
that tho boaom ia aUsburdosied, by a cooisnuaieaUuri
ol its cares, is too well known foi proof or liiaelra
tion. (n Mlttudo. parplexily swclks intt dtstrsc-
iu and orief nettles into inelarKbolv. evro the i cinmra had heen com
atisuniona and nleesuraa that My by cbanca be I m.n nf the Committee of Wayt and Means, (Mr
found, are imperfectly enjoyed, when they are en-, pwn(v tnd to the ehairt.'" "f & Committeo on
j-iyed without periietpetioo. Or. Jefawea. Fopaisa ASiira, (Mr Cambreleaf ,) wbo cotmymoi-
u 4 hswIo dssoosuaatsOB oi PrtHideree cated them aeerelly to a fw Mi,er. Tt.ere was
Thwia not a aiaffie owoaaiiB w i r" . ' , i,, to he fi,rl.ianed.
others : fur many are they who ub to M raiaea r" s..u .L.. .1 .-.-iJi
to your Mtoalion. Wstsw Wf.
nondjti
for that
lition of tht Navy and fortification., and 1 voted etb)ihod Imymid ll controer-y tn nrot enn rt
hat ameudmeut under tho iiuprea.iuti that it j cud proof, .l I here h-iid them up " 'he lash ol
..... ...-.,uf.,i i ki2ti.,.f nnre aa well as for a i and iiidliianl Plcj;i1 ! ir, Un t,
etate of war. Bu'.did J k::;w that iionu but h few t (holding up Mr. Iiea'i written rti.tci
...l, i i.t. knew ibe real secret about it 1 Did 1 to mo within the la.it tv o na
know that two chairman uf the highest cntinniuru i think how near I nny have beam
I hi.
lllH'.
(.'ali'meu'
) was .i.-.l
1 1 .ered to
i1 !y on mj
knew Ibe wisbesand views of I lie iixocuUVe, and , parl.brouglt to aid ih aunparaon n t m-again
Had concealed thrm except fioir. a few 8 my cwbtrf 1 Would all Ibo r'.t.-.faii. n. of in-
Did I dream thre was danscr ol tbta tlitaa mil-; iiocenno.uMhfla wtwi h.i iw icr.cr o. . ... . ..
Imna heconiin? w;bbt aervtce money? Sir, if I
liaie aaved mv humble nanw from he c veriest mir
Hjsmcion of being thtrtdyi iriuu'uii ' Hir, If hiirin
tu tho couniiy was ment, it was the
ef that divine Providence win-l ba
over too deatiinoa of tuia lie,. le-, t
aoeret and coan. fore'tfO ' -
V
Itsumri. Tltase ie mavkf wore, aliinang
qoaiiuea ia ibst lauaa of man, tsal Uteir is noM ismmv
uaeful I ban discretion ; it ibu, indewd. wbwb
gnos a value to all the rest wluch sets I hew at
work in their proper Uuaas and piaocs, torus
them to the advantaf of tba perawsi wbo U paassoa
d of t..em. Witbont it, learruug i piJsqtryod
,i i!.,perticaii.-e- virtue itsxlf loolw libs) wpatiMalj
vi.r-tK.t par's oni qis'ify a ifi to bj more
spt.ght.) ia bis enow, iki " lo b own pit
jodke. .ldiwm,
lie wuo tvstioi.' tU boor of livinr rigia:, i
sc toe rumt who waiteJ '!! 'he merho
ome days before the Sd of Math, that tss intended
i nuvra aa aaMMtdmeOt It r (oree millions, IBiraio .
hd bo notice of its form, and much loss had 1 no-
erotatrvicel ft-tb eU would have trneo eqow
scrlg", have done eoial violsnjo
to the Coastit-no" "J t wwoiry. But "
crat was kept, and the Ucum: resumed iaorajt trf
wlai it was doing !
Porwt me, wr, M tsdoe mjaelf, to g-.e you
mv impression of ibis araendnsstil si the uute I vo
ted for it. luorai waa OJiauch.te.-nte.s.asaot-
ufiad ine; but in the afcort space i uu u .,o .
tcrposili'iil
t Wktcl.p!
i 4 it frop'
I ies, an '
t in appro
r. mains ull
r'.itiantioii i.r
hour of oor existence and all beogh t he Mouse had bad known or suspected any l.ung Hko UrM. I wonw
0011 at . Teveois, not until tho Ay be- ,. booh b.v itwplod lh.. Cona.tut..m-th..
Z l7m Immttoi - Km for aome ! work of n-ir father., bi. gu.rao.y cfour i.biitMa.
S?fcl3rt fiT..b nW.t'.itH-' iu under f-ol-lmve lorn iulo. too,., or thrown It
,,m . nr"i.. .. J.i l ih.i iw (would have voted i.r that aoMhsd
aecordai--e witn me - . . I ' ., t a m,,, t.., aw . !,;,h rti. o.sud ont ofcv.1
nniiMai4 to the ctir-, wiwt, appritprisiing tiiitss u.iu. . v. w . .
. . . ,u. ..... 'Li 7u ... oi.!d have Loea caOaJly onation was dot made, 1 ne et.i
forliftod. bot belter so then thit fir
onr sUoding army .should now be bns.ui r ilh ar
mameol agsnut our own libtrtt ' " k 'l" "
what may have bern IM lnoi '
0d Alartghiy may btvi ;"1 P" "
itaws u, oieveul the bill fi"e tiniI l "V0 b
Governntenl fn.w rji". of "rr,,of
from eternal obl.jy "'I reprotcn: m
(,. w Vt.ru f nr. i.i may sei i'
1 was led to a c.otrucri.n Hth rsxonr.aed w
. . . j ' m a. i r.a m iTiaii inrai irm.i uo t
lies. that it waa -m accordance even will, toe yote lor it. n TL'li "tin iuS
,t, from the infarmati.o I f '--a ti rotation to , , M m prow- ---r " -jllls..
.... .LJiaaerfa-iiosMiiuon. A da, siozle day. w. , tion ot it waa ng- --
...niu. r,.nuli tha eslimata. from tbo I tie
.. ... . i.:i. t,. ot tha w .r-.arr b- i imoorlaut. in ui? estiOtwo,
DBOHiriwI IMO www... ' - " - - f . .
, :- u- r... kj lwM.itt tiihirh ' aawWb matftivrtanuml.
ay, ana avpacwT '-r-,"--- , -t
' .. . . .j.. ,..fc .11 I,, . l... n..n.rfr
mNM UH)i at iwf w - i - . l.wdom of ibe
ik ue eiwsHj. '"
TKere w no print
is the theory of oor tjovenitr.r-i.t ni-nr nu!ly
i y.u, Mr. taaer em
1 a proper and i.eee-.srT s?i
'ive i its.rrd ' 'o be lot t. W
tro44VrK tbougrit tins.
in.!.-, a .o that lit
ii .s not n.d
. . s ,il 'i'
Cu'i-IHbti '
b . r.it '
I : it if
iTirp ! IHI ' '
aiaMUllaifiiai.
l,wa a, n.. r ' ! ..' in'ngoo, that It may hsve
saved Hi- a 1 sui fedoil to aeieni iw
fortifieatiou bill, but prevent-d a much gre,terrnn
chief, and It is now otpo-od. Yes, sir. from what
is now known, the kins thu aral mpbt,th
tut the f March. 188S may ..ve ..! lbs. tiorarnwem
' v . ... tf ..l.. lha villi tViifiu. llj-
VVC I tow uon, .ir f-,"'-'..
)res.d.-t.i .Wed , , ' BpproprMVMi. ar.1
.lut . .i I", ''. ' others to
... , i n r . tore no g'unl objet .
keeping t'it vr. " fmtlwsn givr
til. .'.! HI WlXJrtS "I
t nai.t ' 1 v ' '
IKiiii'' lb whole of He
1 was . . ' : v i;'..fi. to pro
,i .
Ii n'ft .Maii. wl' It
... i iq Ui 'iU ?t tbw emcii!inn
j'ly, (Mtri Mr. VV itid the a
in
ir a
.:..t '.r'C
nnx uoVItr jv 'r . the centre tt our j rl jUel pa.t u

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