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twtortes at Treat! I ! hi OO BIO Bill
Y.i aetllWW '"'J wara, rwtB,- j
,r,i.. ,;r M. iW hi(ifc.t of raslitmry UlanU,
,r k .in ly Ifcaafhl . Tfca amifCa f ll
, a r tttui bKh i:rUa4. f
, .fcit. ay aar darn.U.o f puiit(C.--Uw
in, irrbtu td tri-twal, a well Urt tapttWican
!,. b To m toa aAUtUit al eitluaiva
, Jn t tha iVirt of bia enualry. K
f,,', , ..nKl nfwa r wftieij to mlmaa il
,r.( intu mtad. T.'f ! ) ho cooqWfai
r.J !!. atifi:ta.JaU lorreaMaj awapatity of that
rwwiti) mbuh eooaiaolly Wl0
nimr. (i r.i.rl ; the eoarae hicb ba puraowJ ii
,en i.. i wl JOtJa ojhjii yaurwlf to
mt:o the ciM'icnse which tin ha ttacltcd hcftirc
1.iIh cyea nr military mMi.lha laurel you woo
n the fwlJ of Virfj. lUyaea. ami Crrobouo.
mil be lorctM praan; hot mil thl coutBtit you t
Arc ou wWUng lht yor ma lwoW !nd to
, triiu, nmanKM the mas of lbi liot famu
t,i btcii rid from r-beddint; homan blood, vwth-
ut norlo idvtnlKO lo tha lnjtnii raeo! Or.
,t,jll it U oaiud to that of Wifbintflon, tho
r.,un.li r td fatbar of a Rret ami lioppy twn.lo 1
'Hie rh.-icc i bofore you. The friend of liberty
n.rt.ili nut llio world, and tli lopl f tlie U.
ui.t.. ... futrtieular. aro Mailint; jour dcciaion
,t!i mtenjo anxiety. Alasonder toilad nml con-
.eil tittain Ilia applu uf ibo Athenian
v.i.i rfirird aa notbini: tho opinion of a imlion
uhilIi lm enncod it ftipPHon'y oir that Cclc-
l.ri'-d people, in tho acterKe mual inoful to mtri.by
hamff eairird ioto aelual practiro a ryatom of
of -oirrriment, of which lh witeat Athoniana had
b'it a chiripae :n thoory.and considoroil a n ble
ing nou'f l b realijcd, hvuur ardontly to bo
done 1 1 The phiei whirh you aro to occupy in
t'itir citcaro dtpond upon yoiinclf."
V. 11. UAIlllISON.
Af't r hi return to tho United Slates from Cv.
. ,-.,, I... iBiirnl to hU laaldciiro iinon the Han'.ts
i f (lie Ohio, and literally, liko the illiiitrioiH Uo
r,.n .-Bt hick to hi otolith. and from the indiifi-
t v kit wn Ani,upportod a luge family." Inch
. I r,tr uA mi.fnrtune made defieiidr'tit upon him.
He h irpreaanled hi one of tic meat practical far
irTf in llamilmn county.
S icb aro the outlines of Oon. Hirrioii' fervi-
c . The detatlt of it may be found in the history
of th? country, lie roio from hi own merit, lu
a m.i'. . hit ftartulneM. hia intoirnty, step by step
in nni. ,.f ilui lntrlifu.1 i.tationt in the army, to tho
h r''-'l civil truatr-, and hi aluayu filli-d every
ttati.iti ith dignity, ability and occe.
'ihuugh lightly made, and pflVminatc in ap
i rsranee whti iounjr, yet he ctrenghteni.'d by hard-
fh.e and hardened in tho service. H has borno
r .ore hard.lnM than mot doldiero tliat orod nu
iVr him. 11a lifter alept more than four or lio
I, nira uben naar an enemy. Doiinir tho tetgo of
l'oit Meig hieh conlioucd a week, he had only
t oe hour' lep each nlpht, and aomalimo not cumi
tl at. During hia laet campaisn, which torminatod
it. the i-.tory of tha Tbamea. hu baddini; wa a
ung'e blanket fattened over hi iddl nnd even
ti,. I..-jrare up to i weondetl officer. Although
poKrtacd ol an ardent tmefauieit and grent de
diMun of rharti ier.be it fer.eroua, kind and never
revrngefol. ll it jKoierbially Mric; prompt and
cm I in hi poSlie and private djuet. lie wa ho
J..f.)by hiv-aohiiert; and wbera ha ratider, hat,
froTi thoearhal limca, potwaainl great popularity.
a fulJier. he waa bra vigilant, prodent and
uc-cetful; sa u'eman, ha ha been taaciooa.
uicful, and wiae; in pritate life. replful and be
Ol'T ltl:l'KOACII. Altboogh a brav aud me
cwtfil eaBtdr, r man cm 4ienut i'm ont
ditMiinei to At traw, or ant riafaliaa of At Con-
ttttotien if t' eaaiifra. II poteaaea the true
L-airry nf the rhKd of Washington, for eroelty
and violence net er found a place in hit character,
llta terrlre hate btea roaoy, hir aawr.npa great
mJ imiIv ba deaenren lb irnt.tadf of bi country
ir.fn Socb i an imperfect tieteh of the pub'ie
rertiret of that rat'iat d lateamao Offteral
!: hi i becofne the ftthic-n of the Van ltaren edi
tort to aVpreeiate the military triiu-ea of Uen.
llir-iton. Hf applymg ta him ch nick-nan ea at
finntiT' and olhert only inJicUtie of their ej)
l-e atl aerrile ebadiene to the fomminda of their
maitera, to enetor to create tha imprefaion tm
e mio4 of laa people tha! he ta Bit':rr a man of
coot iR a ar ability. The glonoaa vietonee which
er tchiered eacWr hie eoauoasd at Tippectaaa
aod the Thaaaea weald he aonVieot reepooee U
ttifK rJiaVcraat cbarcfa; but attar trtimoay rite,
t p ta iheaaattcr ta refute tUw. Wa have lately
leuer wriitee) to Oen. Ilatriaaa ay
ni . a pettoet loan Cvl. Rjehard H. Juhotoo
the c'lcbrttod ffowrr of tlotaeette wool aaJ the
Van lWitaeseh4tte 'or Vice 1'rawdcBt, which
he cuaaiUy r)aeMi We perejuttrd to tc
dei !ltrri' coaHMa, s4 a the feiloiiof
n;i je : "To he re y to aswo with yoo t
Kctrwt end CtMa, egaina 'he frrn-f r' .ur
rH)DUi'. ii the 6rU wh of our heart. Two
ptrtl oh)wtt iCui-4 ut t" ''Hue firtt, tot at
,t rca .Of i f uut ri n tei ! ai.J Drir.-.l. r.d
' t.e 'ai.t V i -i j.. rn
r-: rr .ilMlli'OMw ) U
CK We !' no; hav t'nft4 m lbs i
ra e fpruliwli It
fjf (he al c.r.
' .t.'ect hate t (railed w
(J. UrdU IHH want ta km t-
ff i ti
'ruiVi""r, old ttani-, to traitor
U narr oa piaffi AlOWr o ec IVlHl.,
s ti .4 ''.r . ,.yi.;n tut v eittomiaod of
i! vt ; balicvio); hm lo he;
r prKir.it ami Wttr, tea ftaroy voiuniacru pi
' . . . .1.1 .!..
.t Ct ...tt .11" bit natwara oc immu
Grneral. aiJ ihry ' dircolHentexl when
be a not at thru baad. CL Juhtaiea appoar
t h oretaf cv' l!e rry lerca which Ihe blMoaj
lii !n .f toa) jreaa woeld pplf to ane of
tha ....! tie daieudcra J hie evSfctrjr; M
hih' !. mi i .theoeter weald Iiito icsal
in Ihe :. i i . let "..'d granoiea," y$ lie vrat
toatau mt'.i with thi "itwf ru(n and bran"
IKRRI'-iiN. Are the V. Buien oditora prepared
lo r.'af;'y tl. ir r.an randu'atc ? if not tl.n. if no
nobler n..iiitctn actuaie their conduct, the) mot
foicter f..ra:r t dcpienate t he iri'Wwii, praJcntt
i Iratrs? lUliltlSOX Vvk ilrji.
iMIh (,'om;iTss 1st Si'SHion.
H rdnrnUy, .lprillT.
In the SavATB the Vice I'reti lent laid before the
Renate a communication from thu War Dapirl
ment cm the iubjrct of Indian affair; reforrnd Hi tho
committee on Indian Aflkir.
Tho bill making appropriation for the pnymeut
of Indian atiuuitict, fee. (from tho llouee of Krpre
eentattvea,) was tcaJ twice and committed.
The bill making approprintimm for the Naval
aerrice fur 15:10, on ti.otioa of Mr Southard nan
taken up )nd coutidcred.
The amendment reported by the committee on
Naval Affair, iuciratin the appnipriatiunj in the
bill, neiu contidert'd at in committee and concuriod
The qaeation being thall the bill be ctiroescd
for a third reading 1
.Mr 1 1 all callod for tbo jeas ami nnyn ilicrcon,
which were ordcied.
And the bill was ordored lo be cngroBEcd.
yoa. UO-.Vay Mr Hill !
Mr Wobitcr from llio committee on Finance, to
which committee had boon referred the bill (from
the House) making nu additional appropriation of
one million, for the itipproscion of Indian hotlil
ilk'6 in Florida, reported thu same without amend
ment. The bill waj read s third and patted.
Tliebill (from the Mouai nutliorizin the l'rcs
ileiit to acce,it the services of volunluer corps, kc.
ua read twice end referred.
The dilrihuii c Liud Dill coming up in its order,
Mr Bunion moved that it elinuld be pohtponcd
fur a week, in nri'nr to Ihku up thu lull making np
propr'ulums for thu Furlitkatioi) Hill, and the other
appropriation bill?, generally, for the Kirvice of the
country. I liey uuw Imu money ilainmcJ up in the
treasury which uughl ro bu dimributcd. ' J " 1 1 e pub
lic service w as tctually Buiferin!,' for want of it, nnd
whin all thnt was necessary hliould hu lakcnout,
they '.vuuld find lli.it tl.oy liuil no kiiriluln ilitcil.
uto. Kvcry day added lo the mcieutu ol the re
cuipta un.l lo tho inconvenience of not paying out
what w as Mnclly and technically debts of the tluv
iirnment. Hut the object he tuw, was, by pushing
this bill through Lrfurc the olU?r8 worn pat-scd, to
catch the nub'.ic oiiinluii, as to thcro being a sur-
i)lu.i, whrii tlieio was none. Instead of there bu
i tig thirty rmlhong, there would not be a farthing
Mr L ving Faid it wa- lurdly necuwary for him
to repent, tint the Appropriation billn cnuld nul
dmiinisli the Hiirplua when it wns ndinilled that the
current receipts would ba eipinl to the cuncnlrx
pendituri'8 uf tlie Uuverment.
Thu inutiuii to postpone' the Land hill fur a wor!
warf tieffNlived yons "0, najs '20.
Mr Ileoliin then eoid os many Senator might
have an obiecti Hi lo voting lo postpone, to a day
certain, hu would muvu In lay llio bill on tho table,
and callcJ fur the yoa out! nays, which wcro or-
I'hia motion was also negatiiod by tho bamo volt'
ta the preceding motion, and tho consideration of
tho hill gone into.
An amendment altering the lime of payment to
thuecveral Statea to take placn, viz : One fourth
on tho Ut July, nnd every succeeding ninoty iiy
thencofurih one iourth inure, until all was paid
was agreed to.
Mr Hobinton tr.ovud an amond.nent in nil)
atan.-e I" provide "that all lands otfured for ili
and untold, thould be fubject lo entry by private
entry at ,no dollar, and a reduction ot ten per cent
to be made on ouch lauda nu wnro uiii-old, every
yearn, until the minimum price was bruughl to &0
ccnl per acre'
Mr Kwing, af Ohio, FUggiialod a modi fica lion
to incrcaae tbo price to one dollar end twultu and
a half cent.
The amendment propoeeJ by Air Kobiiifnn, tu
reduce '.he pilot? lo uno dollar and twelvu and a hn'f
ceole, c. waa cfgal.ved yea l.'i, nye "7.
The bill wm then lepottcd, and the question be
ing on concurring in the amendmeiiU.
Mr Ilrown moved lo ttrike nut the firtt section,
gtantinjr. Von per cent, to the now Slate. Nega
tired, 1 1 yeaa, nay '22.
An anicndoieot propod by Mr Shepley, lo pro
vide that any new Stale hereafter to be admitted
ahoold be until Wd to ten per rent, granted to llw
other otw Statu, waa agreed to.
Mr IWntoo muted tu tinke out Muori, ftooi
the Saatoa, to w Lich 500,000 aetea were to be
gi anted.
Ur.Uua aaid U the bill waa lo petee, be could not
detireU it hi State abould loe the 500,()l0 aetea;
be taajrefure could but concur w:1b hu colleague,
altkttjgh he oppoeed to the bill.
The) motion to eUike tut Miatoun u nugativ
ed. vfa :i, aiyt ni.
Me other antcndavrati having kaeo oflered, the
ejaeadoa kwtag, "Shall the Ull be ngrod for a
tainl reading f it waa decided in Um aflrwvtlivo
36, nyUl.
A ad ibereapoo, the Seoalo adj.
Id the lloi ta, the reaolutiea, heretofore reported
rrem tha committee of Way and Mean, making
, the "1WI to regelate tha dapotite of the public nto
1 t.cy in the local baBht," the upecial order for the
Hrt4 irrdne4ay l cawiag up
rM,..noo HtiaitietMUdhr .rriV.a,. out the'
rt Wcdirfniay sod iriiertmg die second; and the,
r;j -..ei tt.n p- ikding via the amenjmsnt of (
V' W ic t.i embrace ' .i res-duti n t r the ap-
r r t tf a it rcl c""T se i-iftif:e tbej
. u.n of tw Dtb-M!' llnk. tlie rmrxxin f .
uiwn M. Whitney will lb'e mslitutit n, kc.
On ti..'im if Mr N Mule-ey, i!.r toljct aa
ixiltpoord to V.'rdw.'jr next,
M' Itromgovle mntpi a iupeni-iq if i hr rules
f.r the porpiMC effwocfiding with the coniidorattofi
of the teUleei fur to itqtilj Intu the condition
ami mafWMM ef the Deponito llankt. II ru
warlad that he pretumrtt the Hiwio uti prepirat!
to decide the (inaction, td thtt the grtitleraan on
titled In (he Hr f Mr Bom!) as aruiou to cont
cMc In remark.
The lluuae ttfmcd tfl tetpend tho rlfi.
Mr Thowprn. of S. C. movod to rupend tlie
rolee in order tn rnaMe him to offer the fallowing
letolution, vi hich w n iad.
Iteeohcd, Thai the l'leeidenl of the V. Statea
be I (Hj orated to eommoairata to tliiK 1 Ionic, nil tho
tnf.mnaiiwn m hw pneeeion not incompatible with
the public interest, cirrroing the prevent condi-
I tmn of Trxtt, it poliiK-al organisation, the char
acter or thewirno waged there, ami orpecraily
nnv information be may havo aa to llio nmnncrn
id tn luve been Utrly perpetrated there; and that
he will al, if in hi judgment not expedient, com
municate lo th.n llouie. any eorropondrnce in poe
etMoii of the War JJspartmcnt, in relation totho
probability of Indian hoalllitie on the Florida
Mr T. ntkeil fir the yeas ami nays, which wore
orrlarml, hut the lloueu reliiMtl to cucpend thu rulos,
J0.ll 07, inyi! l'i'J.
Tho bill in oirhoriac thu I'rcMilmit of the Uni
ted Status to accrpt the icrvicca of volunteer, and
to raitu an nddlional regiment of drogoons or
mounted tetlemei, w'a read a third time and pan
ted. Jlrktntttf and Michigan.
Mr Thomas tinted a umpension of (ho rules for
the purpoe of nuking tho bills tu relation lo the
boundary line ol Ohio, and the admistion of Michi
gan and Arksneai into the Union the npccial order
of I lie day for Wednesday week, to the cxcluhion
of all other busirois, and from day to day thereaf
ter until difpomd of.
Mr Adams iiiuircd if this order w as intended to
supersede the iTter uf the 20 ill of January, making
the appropriation bills the fpecial order of every
day nftcr 10 o'clock t
The Chair replied that such would be llio efloct
of this motion if adopted, bill it w ould require u
vote of two-thirds.
Mr Hardin asked for the yeas nnd nays, which
wcro ordered, and were yins 121, nays 09, so the
motion was lost, there not being two-thiids voting
in the ollirmutiu'.
Army Appropriation 'ill.
On motion of Mr Camlirclcng the House resolv
ed itself into a committee of thu Wliule on the
tato of the Union, and lonk up thu lull making
appropriations fur the support of the army for the
year 1SI50.
Mr Canihrelong moved lo amcnu tno luuow nig
elaute of llio bill : "For the armament ol the I-or-tificalions
-$200. 000," by striking out this sum
and inscrliiiL' "221,000."
Mr :... Hr.il. mic tlir Bililresseu llio llouso ai j ,
omo Icnetli. In muino't ol mniinn, nnu oi ihb .
own views of thu manner in which the surplus rev
enue, should there be any, ought to be expended.
Hu reviewed tho arums propositions now bclurc
Conn;fs, fur thut objsct anil not only oppoteil
them as wrong in principle, mischievous in their
operations, and dangerous in their tendency, but he
,'omc""t ? u,u UL,U"' ""'"
year, not amount to, two-thirdu of Ihoaetual wants j
""u,,,li - - I
...nt.i.i rt.it rvint nmi mint- uto riri'pnL
of the (liivernmeiit.
IN SKN ATE. Saturday, April 23. j
Si-kciu Curiu;m.v. The resolution submitted yes- j
tcrdav by Mr llcniou, to mikegold and silver only j
")'"'" h '
receivable for the public lands coming up fur
Mr. Ilcntou adicrted lo the enormous increatc j
which had taken place in the banks of tho several j
Slales, mid said thai without winning to go imo
any inquiry as to their ability to pay up in specie,
ho deemed it imperative upon the general govern-
moi.t, to rolurn ton constitutional currency, and.
with that view proposed they should apply their j
first act to the receipts from the public lands. He .
avowed that ho knew its cd'ects would he to depro-
ciate, as it ought to he depreciated, tlio worthloss
currency with which tho country was flooded. lie
wanted to nuke tha measure iicnora!, for there
could nut be any discrimination, unless through
mr.an of tho depjsito hanks, nnd ihi groat control
ivcr the currencj ,hc would nut grant to nny cor
porations. The ineeaurujlie trusted, would bo must
beneficial to the pooror class of cultivators oflhe
soil to me.i'w bo derived no beriolit,and who ub
tainod no loans from any banks.
Mr. Webster said he did not know it was incum
bent on those w ho usually acted with him, to do
more then to lot those schemes aUecUng the socu-
rlty of property and the Indnstry of the couotry,ouc
aud all oflhom logo on. They were in a minority
ami were powcrleiM to resist them. Thoy had re
sist od tl.oni in 13D2, nlion thoy advocated thu re
newal oflhe charter fir a national bank, which for
ty yrars experience taught tltom was necessary
for the safe custody of the public treasure, and lo
preaenca sound currency. Tbcy struggled against
the leinaval of the depmite. and they struggled in
vain; and who would now look with the intulli -
Kence and candor ol an honest mm, to the pre-
sent state of things, end say that the prominent
evils which afflict the country did no 8o.r direslly
Irom these sources ' What were the uvils affect-
ing the country The public money is in an in-
tt cure condition. It i under the prelection of no
taw, aod we have more money io the Treasury diti in of the currency ,nnong wince h,e particularly
than is koown how lo dip' of, Tbu the ovil 1 specified lire money m tbe deposile banks, and stat
are insecurity and aauadanc" at tbe samu time. ' od that the pressure is most felt in tho vicinity of
One was eaoeed by the veto power, wbu-b, against 1 tho.e tank, nnd in proportion to thu amount of the
the known wishes of Congress and tlie nation, was ' public money in them respectively,
etercitud s gainst there-charter of the hank. Tho ' He ridiculed Col. lien Ion's idea of spendin" the
other was attributable equally to the aarne source, ' greatest poesibln amount of money fur several years
to the vote of the 1 nod bill. To these cxtraordi- , on tbe defences of tbe country, it was unprece
nary aasuasptioo of Kiecutire power were altribu- , dented aod before unheard of. Wa there over a
table, snd as wa perdicted at the time, these re- , llrilitb l'arl.ament th-- -vent to the king, and said
stilts aod tbe G nance and the prosperity of the coun- "Sire.we wish you to tell low much money you cau
try was tha victim of tcheem and experiment upon possibly spend " Wa there over any such pro
the currency. We most be wiser than all thoro
who had -one UTor u. ! half a ceoturr of ex
pemnco would not ioatruct us. The conetita-
.! i. Ai r,. .h.Ui
thing it upheld that isd'inr by th Kiecu'ive.
He mqii.rcd i! a rei,rn lo t;ciic pi j menu, wai
prar-irable 6i eiy drcs-i or -t ' Ir had brought
f 'trd io'h a Kbtme, he wou!4 hue cxpctcd ta
bu rl.arged An enemy lo ihf W mi, it woulJ '
be well known that the reolaiHin wnuM mil bene
Ct thewar rulmttor of the a.iil, w InUt It n,e ut n
blr titidrnry wan to heneflt the wealthy speculator
and all thne alone, who living in cuius, could and
would procure tha'. ipecie, which tho other could
not. and if il w aa even practlablc whore was the
utility ol obliging fpecie tu be again brought back !
from thence 1 The preecnt unsound condition re
mind ed hi m of a phraic of Talleyrand, We wdic
beginni'-g to see the commencement of the end,
Ho referred to the ondproiin things whirh it was
fermely tlatxd, would be performed by tho State
Hanks, that they would transact exchanges un bet
ler term than theU. Statu Hank, JiC. Now what
did they roe 7 Whilst the :urrrncy was undrr its
soond control, exchange from New Orleans to tho
most distant places did not exceod 1-2 per cent,
and he nkod intelligent men who looked to the
exchanger, every where, to the Ohio circular, and ,
my whether, 1 1 2 per cent, was thr cichango
how fiom Cincinnati In tho lint', was this tint ow
ing to the schemes, experiments, and project ol'the
Adiniiiistra'mii. Ho repeilcd Hint ho could do
nothing, nor his friends.hiit tee how far gentlemen
were disposod tn go what thSy wcro to do what
all Iheir measures would come to. The majority
had determined to adjnurn wilhiu a mnuih.nnd vet
mil a single step had been taken by Cuiigrcss,
whom sole and oppropnate duty it was, tn guard
l lie public inuiicy. Il was inditpemiblo for them,
if they did not establish n uatiiiti.vl hiiik,tu provide
for its recurity in dcposile hanks, nnd to take cure
lhal tho doposiles should he on a more onlnlged
icalo; hut not nuch a icalo ns to enable two or throe f
b.mkfi in Ohio to riliiee tho notes of thirty-five
other banks whioh were ns solvent ns themselves.
Il was ulso inrtispeusiblo,, t lint they shi.uld adopt
measures to dimiuit.li the treasure; for this object
the bill to distribute the nctt proceeds of tho pub
lic lands was ns gunif as could be diviscd. He
would tint, however, mako that measure a tint ipi.t I
noii, hut would go for ar.y other thai should bo ex-
pciiicnt. tie wiiuiii :n conclusion, now content i
himself by protesting nguinst this and all other such J
tampering with the currencv; he would do nothing
more until the public wen; convinced, as they would
be, by hitler cxpcricnco of their ruiniims conse
quences, as regarded the security, and the prosper
ity of the property of the country, by the perfect
prostration of all that confidence which ought and
did, heretofore exist between man ond man.
Corrtipondcnt if the V. 1'. Commercial Adrcrliicr.
Wasiiimoto.n, April 20.
A report from the Trcasi.ry I)rpartmont;oii the
subject of thedepoalto hanks in Ohio and the north
wctt, and of tho sales of lands iti lhal rcigion, was
prcsen'cd in the Senate to o'ay, most ominously
long. TLcro was not patience enough to hear it
out, and it was laid on the table. A memorial
from a largo meeting at Cincinnati, praying Con-
j gross to recognize the indf pendenco of Texas, was
also laid on the table. A bill for two annotUc
j in the south and west, nnd for other military mai
lers, was brought up hy Col Hentnn. Mr Davis
I brought in a bill making the dutio3 on worsled
I gooda not specially onutneiated in the tarifi of 1832,
I , o iu. ma wolteiio.
Vlic land bill came up early. Tho galhuies were
crowded, mostly with Indies, and a laigc number
could not got in. Air Clay was very Micccesful in
his beginning. Aftci mentioning his bodily nnd
mental indisposition, whirh ho said had prevented
him from doing so much this session ns he other
wise would havo dotie.ho replied briolly and sharply
tothc reproaches which Mr. Wrii:ht had cast
on Jlr. Koul ban . OS BlIlMlllll nir Ir. rr,.,il.i
' m'-Z !
,v r,ir. ,i, i, ,i , , r
ll fP'"1 Mr. W right in kind. He charged upon
f'10 ""emptto create a conlidonco in the public
... ,,.1 .. I. ,. . Cnul,l ,llt Kill In ilnrriit'. ll...in II,.
; sioieu me nauuities oi I no ucposite banks to bu a
I bout three times as great us their iuimediitlc means.
There were $10,000,000 of the public money in
tliirty-fniir banks, without interest nnd without se
curity. At lnftbt if any security had been obtained
it was not only nut in conformity, bul in contra
vention of law. And tho security which the banks
themsuh os postci.red fur the public money loaned
on intcie-l, was probably no belter than tho notes
of individuals. Mr. C. ashed Air. W. to say if lie
himself had any cnnlidenco in succ a slato ufthings;
and if ho had not, was it not much inoro bo
comin,j in a public watchman to warn the people
seasonably ol'the danger, Ihan to deceive end be-
tray them with the cry of peace and safety when
them was no safely ?
An assu't upon the president and the party I
Mr. C. insisted that thu prcsidunt had the power
to dostroy all, or nearly all, llio thirty-four pel j ngrceably to tho urgent rcquuits or Antimasons iu
hanks, at any moment. lie could at nny moment 1 different parts or tho county.
withdraw from all, or nny of theui.tlio whole of tho j We consider it or the first importance, that such
public money in their poisseMion; snd how could 1 primary meetings he so fully and generally atten
they meet this crisis 1 And what a vast political , ded, as to obtain a fair expression of tho sentiment
power was nero, u hid president saw fit to use it !
Mr. C. would now bring no charges against him.
Hu left him in hands of history, and she would
d'al with him according to his deserts,
j He commented on the.trcaeury circular, which ro-i
quested (pohto Mr. Woodbury '.) the pel hanks to !
ieuo no ii'iloe under five dollars for a certain lime.
j and Ihcn none less than ten dollars; and thia roqueat j
wni enforced with llio penalty or loosing the pub-'
lie money ! And this power, aa well as oilier puw-'
' crs, such ns had been fell by the Ohio banks, was '
I oxercisod in tho face or Congress, whilo they wore
deviling what ought lo be done. He farther insil-1
ed that a general crush of the paper system was at
' hand and inevitable. Hu briufly noticed some of'
! the cause which ate leading to this result, aud
. which have produced the present embarrassed con-
position nade before in this country t Mr. Secre
- j tary Cass had made a fair and able report on tlie
, subject, la vine down a plan of exoewdiluro which
( ,.h.U . .kr..., i . ' il.. ...i
v. , Id not do. Col R.nt.n and hi fellow a had
beiieged, besought and teszed thu department for
the nirimvm the very largett amouol tint could
in tny way be expended. Cats and Gratiot, both
of llicm prudent and sagjciom men. had appeared
to thnnthc responsibility of reply to tliin etraor.
dinary demand. I he paprts had fallen Into tha
handi of a lieutenant m tlip army ! He on hia own
ji.dging and retponnbility, had given an climto
0,000,000 for foriificationj alone. And il waa
on this extraordinary estimate, unnnctionrd cither
hv Mr. Ca or Mr Gratiot, that Congrcn wcro
now about proceeding to act.
Mr. C. insisted that the country was ry far
from bring In n ilcfcticclest condition. Its defences
iv em far heller, and Us population twofold greater
Ihsn when it waged a successful war with the
greatest power on earth.
He now went into an argument in regard to the
power of Congress over this subject, and the actual
licit proceed of the public lands, tho detail of
which appeared to weary the andience, and fur the
tirst lime, I delicto, I saw it diminish, in some dc
gree, under his speaking. Tho dibit howcvcr.wai
in part produced bv a call frum the other house.'
He, in addition to what Mr. Crillrnden had done
tore Mr. Wright's premises nil In peices. lis ri
diculed Ins Million ufchsrging revolutionary pensi
oners on the public lands, for a war waged in be
halfof tho whole country, and ho insisted thai if
the $110,000,000 for Louisiana nnd Florida should
hu i-hnrgril to the land, there sl'oiihl lie fair plqy.
and tho profit to several times thai ainoiiiit,dorivcd
from tliuro purchases, should be crediled to tlie
land. Mr. ( hj his rslimatcs,mnkc the notl pro
fit uf tho land $71 000.000; wheareaa tho bill
only required 21,000,000.
He made nil honct exhibition of tho cnnlidenco
of the party in their dear American
people. Not
willing lo trust them with their nwn money, lest
when they hail got a "lap"' of it, they should nut
bo willing to let it go for the public expenses of a
noressary and huuorablo war !
Air. Clay concluded with a long nnd very elo
quent c.Miiuiiiiiu ol um iienehlH wincli nrc lo re-
suit to thu people at.d tho stales from thu mcastiro
of the hill. He represented them tis iiiimcucc and
almost endless, Iiettnwing n degree of prosporily
sud happiness that could not be estimated. I can
give you tin adequate substitute fur the hearing.
Il repaid ten-fold the weariness of his details. Tho
nudienco woro evidently carried away; and Mr.
Webster, as I am told, who is no mean judge,
praised his effort as onu of the greatest of speech
es. HAMI'DF.N.
'IV IIS DAY, MAY 10, 18110.
rou piiksidcnt oi'Tiin u. s.
W fl Ii I A .11 81. II A It 16 1 S Oi,
- rou vioe i'ftr.sii)i..NT,
E'' it A . CIS U K A IV U K U ,
oi' ,ir.w t'iiik.
The Rutland County Whig Committee having
been icqticstcd by n number nf citizens' from Virioua
purls of the County, to call a meeting ofDolegalc
from the several towns therein, for tho purpose of
cnueenitnliiig the freemen on a Statu Siimatoiii.w,
Tickct fur said county, adverse to tha Van lluiou
parly ; for nominating a candidate for Congress in
this District, nnd for oilier purposes horchy give
notice, that a Convention will bo Imldcn at Whst
ovwi's IIotix inCastlcton on the 18th day of Alay
next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. It is to be hoped that
every town in tho county will send two or moro
delegatet without fail.
Wm. C. KiTTmnorj, ")
Onso.v Clark, Commi'flrf.
Wm. Fat, )
Apiii 20, ie:io.
The Antimasonic Republican Freemen of Rut
land County aro respectfully requested, to meet at
the Cuurt Houso in Rutland, on Tuesday tho 17th
.May inst., at 11 o'clock A. M. for the purpose or
nominating candidates fur Sonators from this coun
ty, and adopting such measures, as may bo thought
expedient to promote thu public inltrcats.
The Comity committee, in making the above call,
nre nctmg both in accordance with own views and
and wishes of the voters. We therefore hope, not
, only to meet representative thoro from every town,
uut mat n may be, ns Tar as practicable, t meeting
of the Freemen themselves.
'.. 110 WH, Chairman Co. CommittceK
Castloton, May 0, 18:10.
This timi; ha comb, wlin tho real Democratic
Republicans, the friends of the Washington, Jeffer
son, Madison and Munroc policy, in this Slate,
should arouse like a giant frnin his slumbers and
prepare to exercise their veto power upon this way
ward administration, once more.
In order to do this most effectually, a plan of
uporationa must ho adopted. The Statt has alrca
dy done it duty. This was magnanimously cfles
tod at tho two Conventions at Montpclier.
Tho towns and counties must now movent mam.
The towns must organize in order to bring every
effective man into tho field. ' Delegates rn'iet be ap
pointed at the County Convention in this county to
, bo holder) at Castleton on tho IStli intt. when a
' general plan of operations will bo adopted. Olhr
i counties must go and do likewise,
j We do not urgethoso important matters ou'. of
- ' ")' foar or being beaten by our scattered opponents
but wo want our full strength manife.tcd in order
. : . ... . '
"m vu are invuineratile, trial
, ro not ,0 e l'etr,J't'u nor sold hy a few pitiful
, 'raitors and that the "son of Ethan Allot" etn
never consent to be the miserable viuslt of Marim
Van Buren,

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