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Irauijr kUfik f' t tb poihr to t5il up with
!nt,.v' met cf liod he mT rhooee. Now, t'
it if1f-evMn.t that lUw thing eeuld ht be rtf
rH r tHrtt) iihoet reet tejntelpmbfhtl
n i'. a tint casual -ou!d rt be bed. n4 iSv
ritrriee M aiiMrinn irooi m wmnwj wwii",
r I ! uettjr. if It were not for it eicrtimnletiiti lit
I'rii-wtt bii. Aoeadiil be put o H ';
f 11I in re eaJely twl ceruiniy by lM U ho in
nut th' r mnif the! tee be deetsed. It will V
trct tt eernmolxed 014 tf the public treemn
fi..in lb beok. It wiil taptliflee greet feeer
irt. birh wod f-rtb their ttteeme ef eotmptlon
tiiti -jh deiou clnnoc!, iml om the whole ior
fap rf.rer eeuniry. A ll w. the pelilic money te
takm end wed f o defieud the public out of
themont telutble portion of tbe domin ; end,
tOr all, the emoi'tit of the money in the public
lipimiri or eUewhere u not incfceiied by the 00-ci-iti.r.-
it U credit, end the United Sutet i the
final creditor, ho eftcr being defreuded of it do-
ttiiii, inn! loete t lct men the ho- 01 conetder
fiti n which wtt received for it.
Tlii ejpore m in accordance iili the fteloment
o'the Oreen IJiy paper. Siweolation ii rife, and
t'ic finall lionet porcheter i the victim.
Wo k a few momenta; attention to pa! eenU.
At tlio el'xcof the unr,io 1815, the cxUtitig hankr
'J not pay upecie. They had been cxcoaoil b
nx'iinoM ciinnrnt, ot-acteil hy nrcc.sily. Non
bsiike cio moltipliwl in 1710. In IS 17, I'rei
drnt Monroe paid ii miidl, (iml s-olc in Klronj
term, of tlio alito oClhe pnliiic domain. Hank
facilioji wcreoifily obtained. I. and epccn'alion
Iccainc a mania. Oompmies were formed, hank
etnlit tiUtslneil, 1 net piuclmdc niai'f, magutin-tom
riin-a turvejed on the ground, end painted ouf mi
paper, rcrryt-bnrpli nnd t'anduahy city ami Porl
(Jllnlon connut be forjotton by oinu in Cincinnnti.
Tlio Ooverninent wsi the creditor. The imte uf
t'ic Vetern Hank' wore ron-ived a cah, and i!e-pifiti-J
here and tln're, often v.ilh the debtor benkt
thcrnioher. The eridit cmtinneil to InercBae.
T!i- (J ivvmoient could not 110 their fund : I he
Tf miy iVaird ti ci'.l i'T l!,em, fft'.n u c-nvie-t.,
1. 1! a! t!io M: r cn:,l Hm! At Irnght the
ild: w put up.-n the Bank of the Wcrtern Btatenl
jut then ergnied, to c'stapcl a rcumption of
fpccie pa)tnrnta. Who not only in the Weatjbnt
throughout the I'otuo 1 It ia ceruiuly woith
wh.le to Inquire whether the condition of the coun
iry u now eeotiiIy d.flferent from what tt wa
inlSl"! Now a then, the nii.it for the pr
che of public landtiFt-ct all other buatoeea, giv
ing to cwy article of ue, fr.r eonetmiplion at home
or exportation abruaJ, a factittoua alue. Now aa
llirn. the State Bank that are the drpoeitorie of
tSo public mouiee cannot pay their debt to the tier
c rumeni, but upon cocnpotl4on fur time end eth
cr timent. Nov, a then the povemmeol feer
tnr!i fgr rrmen',.upoii account cf the dUettera
tuch a call would br.n; np the country. Kow,
n then, the tendency ef the e,l i to inereee
until it force an eaplotion. II.iw l-mj can that
curiloctou te deferred ? Thit i weetion of liierh
minor!. Wc iim not toanaerer it; hot we he
Mate not to a) IT WU8T COMR.
We have roei with eleeeurt a report Hade by
tho Secretary el W 10 the f reaidented by bice
rumiMBicaled to the Senate if t'ic V. Stetee, oe
the aebject of taBiiuaal driver, or the foiti flea lion
of the tea board. It will be leeaerobered that in
rneeHinee of an lotoaes aatoont cf the urplu
revetmeaad tbaabeolete iMceea.iy of expending it
in tan matMMf, tad the boetility of the party te
.Mr. Clay' Ik4 ihll. (Be uutniiaa Cut. Itee4i
conreivvd ibe pUe of etapJoyieg that money in
c'cctiBg furuacaiioo e the coatt. The report
1 f the Secretary of War expaee the otter aUaurdi
iv 'f thi eebeine and thvwi the im.iKinjb b'ty of
iectio ucb drVnee on our imioeiwe ocean ftoo
tier will renuer it cmaaaaiitble. Un thia point
the Secretaty ay "No one eutd adtoeete the
priiert f endearerine to stake oor coeat toipeni.
mii to aitecb. A avpersor Heel, eoneeyiej the
r. eeteary traope, cetiM effect a landirj at rraowroe
rx-ir.u apee our almr, evea if the bel detiaed
plan eflbrtify Wag them were coeiT.nated. And
fru the aalure of ananlinae epetetione acb a dei
rotild briag it whole trejht to bear upon any
(larttcoUr pecitien, a ad by threatening or eaeailieg
ttnoiitporuoiaof the ctaat, either aatietpate the
Urdy weeeaaaau of troop apoa land, and eflfect
1 heir obMCt before tbetr eoareritratioai, or reader tt
rrciary to keep ia em ire a fUtve far evperior ta
i!t v( the eawet;, but divided to be inferlcr
to 11 upMi any gitea point . Tbu ia it thit the
tfecrciary bioaa op the (Baganfeently rtdteeloo
betae of Bewtoe. who i rt vp ey the party ae
U aaaenof of (lay. ITatw, ana tbait tVaewde;
and M-i fcajeaerhame bear lb ianarcwai of tbe atoet
foaiiiaiaaal tgaoraare a4 tuily. al
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utv tljfMH v4 a Miggeatin
antflMW aaa a iMlf ! -r er-rf in.
Ort wwy.) IMe'i Wyil hUt bo ltd nH
Alt4j, May S. Mr 1M4 rnl-.! n te
lti from ISM I.fw!(or of MMMcbri',
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Wift - lsnlioti in Mipcr into im .
Mnrt.lamlioa nf iipcr
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ytcn of f$mn nitKb (rctlW inOrett I.'it-
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to that wm.b r.iw Great Mn
c-nvii iu Utrl Brium. enoi-
h the U.H of fedunry, 616 were fW j1n"
no nopeo w r' " j
the coraiderationof Cungreee. :
A JOMH reWIUIIOn l UinvlB ! I iwwrm i
apeowi en egent to repretent tbe U. 8. la the caie
of the 8mith0!iin ljraev : and
X t.ilt f.r Ituft navniont uf the mililij of VeraaWil
4teMreWWWrVtrg WltWIH I'ltltWWKwv
retertlly read a third time end pawed.
Jt'ful'itio e Dfonitn.
The pecil order of iU day, a bill to ffgolaie
the public depositee,' w taken up,
Mr Wright uGVred an amendment, wbkh w
ordered to be )-riatcd, and which propoec that
when I lie depoai'.ea ehall exceed i peci04 eum,
tbe arplaa ehall he reatod in eome tocM winch
are eecured by the credit ol a 8tate.
Mr Calhoun ato offered an amendment, vhkb,
th the original bill, wa ordered to be printed.
Thia amendment prepuces tn annual diviaion of the
unexpended balance among the Htetea, niter deduc
ting a eum ufllcient to ineet the demand of the
The bill then laid on the table, uilh the un
lertanding that when the land bill writdUpotd of,
it ahould again bo taken up.
Army Appropriation' IHU.
Weinttiav, April '27. In tho HorsB, the hill
making appropriation for the auppoilnf the army,
for the ycir 1831, being under consideration, Mr
CambrcVnf entered at large into hie own vicwa
of tho manner in which ll.o surplus revenue ought
to be expended, lie oppoevd very carneMly all
the project for dutrihuting any portion of tho snr
plun, and contcndml thai lliu actual revenue for
norrc year to come, would no! exceed, if it equal
led, the actual want' of tho Goveramorit. 1 loca
ted the amount of the surplus mi tho 1st of July at
eovfmlcon nml a half million, ntnl allnweil tlmt on
the last of January next it might be thirty-live inil
lioiii. Hut really tlio wholo of this would bo ab-
Korbed, lul, by tho CAtraordinary nppropriations
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propOECii ui ti.i inn iciif: J, ny u o ocui i o.u war,
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rol.a unfctimr fivii liilltlillla 1 .til. IV Inn lllillnil .
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millions ; nml llh, by tlic Hate ol tilings on me i
nonthorn anil wcaterti Irontier, vi men, in nn opinion, j
nilglit coil ui ten uiillions, un.ces no nau nirwi
dir.a-y go- d luck in thai ipinrtur. i
Inuridtri. April 'IB. The ri-nululion of .Mr. :
Droiiijon'e, fir an inquiry into the uiud-' of pch-ct-
mjf end lllonllg the IJcjioeite l.ains, uemg utiuer i
Mr Dv.!.'l cun'eoJe) that three luii-.rro nut i
able to uret their rwotlttie, and that we were on j
the eve ot a panic, mow eiicnwve, ana more oimii-
trouain its effect than any which ever prevaiteo in ,
thia country. The Inlojem ol the govornment in
thenc Hnk were, he Samiiiiei, in unmmeni unn-
ger. for, as ho fully believed, thero wa not a lie- ,
pocite llonU from Kev Vrk to New Orleans, which
would pay the sum fbrii by them to government, in
one, two, or even thtae ytar.
Mr l iercc, i.f I. II., followed in reply to tho
gtmlemn from Vlef inia, (Mr Wrnej and eprcially
to iha chartrc and aertun in rciard to the con-
dun i.f tho 8cr.ary of tho Treasury, lie con-!
tei.ded that the Seat clary had PxercUaat no illegal
and no unusual iwwer in the manaecment of the
public money -tb mode of keeping, transfarung, I
a r.d diaburung it, ij-c. and had exhibited no favor-
Hum to eny Bank m the divliarire of hi duties. !
Mr P. c.ncluded by rrmarking that he wcild vote
fi-r the investigation proposed by tbe gentleman
from Virginia, ittfCaue the inquiries should not bo
answered fully aqd candidly and promptly by the
Hoc re! try of the Treasury.
1'iidaif, .tfrilZQ. The llonte ordered an ad
jenreowmt t)Tecday, for the purpoae of preparing
for a ommr e,inn, by ven'.iUtidg the Hall, and
laying down the S, ring malting, indeed of the car
pet. The Senate will probably do tbe same thing.
The mesnbai of both lloueea had been invited bv
urn uoe.ajsc..c an. iuanpaay to go ou
UM -na) Us visit uarpera r erry.
H'tdMsJuy, .Was 1. In the aimATK, Mr Clay's
lind Ihll wa again taken up and finally disposed
of by paaaiiijf l' sve4 noea 30.
A bill a reported by Mr lkolon, fiom the com-
mitlfa.on military afiaire, lo authorui; the P't;i-
dent ie accept the terviceaof vulanteern, (wc with
aawajajlment. Among other, were additional sec-
tione providiag for an increase of tbe Army of the
ITajfed Btate in a rorunderablu extent. It wa
waB received, and will probably receive prompt
Th Hoosb took ejs end peeaed tbe Army Ap
rafriliM) lb'J, providing oaly for the irditsary
aaar priattona. Mr Ctmbreleng antadreww Iu
aavndmrnt, and the paaeage of tbe bill wa h
leajrd ia niKs vf ibe advieea received by
tb) last mail, of Ibe critical paatlioa of thioga on
Ok? eoutbero froeiter
Tbe pronusntton for in-
tjifating ttm appropriation for a rati eg the fortitVa-
tiecr, with other extraordiaary enproprialioBs,
JtaaVaseV Furniif. VVa loara that the father
afthi eafurtanaia voattt man, baa ant haati able to
leasre Ismm oa eeeeatu of ibe iilaaa of bia tiife,
JUWawaVa trtetbar, wboi Iviotr in a very aaager
etas aitaatiua. brwughtesibf the eJkct of lb dread-
tal bso coocerruag ttet aaa. 9aa4etr an) brother
ad SMtbstr-us la w, stowevair, ha aefired. Kob-
SersUai. t '
Sc e.-'r Wy a aaaaj
rT. and C'n'i.
AiJlu tlrii KtHTlM, ttifl tint f irrnoi-fi fnup
ittltvanab, ath pt'kft IKlHnm
S.i.'.ii', frt-m Satnra'iJ V h Cmrd ilt
'ui'ti lhr' prlitli ii r ii, po 1 ! poillolj- IITi(rteJ
in ill the irilui'. 'i..ritb,y p.rpr.!.
ljm V. Him mm 4 f.e cm-
I ninrnirtH of Uk. witti ntln-f, the nmfttgn
1 Mil kn hfwisbi to elwe. 'J'bf ifRoltr tmc
j lnJ (ttv mt'i n'linnift ijikrtrrt it St AnpnflilW.
I Tt crc r .i) un' i k it'iout "(H) i.n. the
nk !il t Tm:i lUfnA 60 at 'ii!ul.
1 C;il. Ti'Li t Im cfNiRbUKa'c! t; u tlie f"l-
TK Un mg nftlJ rw of Flotilla nied nl
! Ttmp Qajr nit tlo 5 bf April, left there on tin
17tli,.tm! mtrrliptl.to Jolttfta by riltVUKtM
Ttm sntiw openlinti kll Mitptign hive cetd
from the titkly rrton IwvmK cmnoiPncw1. Tlw
8. Ctrolin vnl.mtepM bft volnnia n FfMay, !iU h
mi h ,0 s, A(J xbete CoJi llri,bnetl.
regiment would liij dtaclprgeil, and aeni uy trana-
(w.ii to thia citv. C.hjQoodwwn' mountnj men
would be dincharped at Jacksonville. The regular,
H in heheved, will be krpt in riorida, to gerrhron
peeta whieb may he Irportent in the commence-
.. r.im.nnti caaip'iign. The Indiana were no
where in any force,it at uppoed to he tratteted
all over tbe territory," ,
NEWS FROM .tjjw ORLEANS.
It i ditHeuK to know Im'v much or Imw little in
beliove of the new which ctrrently reacho u from
the Southweitern border. The two throwing para
graphs refnr to tho earne vee). end It, the aame
action. The reader mil tee how little they a
Vbr tht A'. Orlami 'flrut Amrriean, Aflril i
.Vuea fJe.fieeirN Tho Texian nrmed'hr.
Invincible, Capt, Itrown, fell in with tin Alcxicln
echr. AIniitetnm'i, at nnchor of the Ilrn3n ijft ijtitl -
go. An action immediately took place, with
running fight of aevoral lim rn, which Inrininuloil in
the sinking of the Monter.tiim hei'uro flic rcachetl
t!i hore to Inch she vvn4 running. When Lift
ecn; hor yard were under water. Rho wns pre
paring to convey to tialvchton I'ay about 2 00(1
men: the expedition is now ileiitiovod. 'J'ho In
vincible wa Boinuwhat cut in her xail and nguing,
b'lt had not a tnaii wouuded. The fate of the Alon-
iextima'a crew i not Known.
I'rom thefiulletin,iiflrrwnn, lime il.iy.
Since penning the nliov, at a late hnur.we linvc
rccivnl through the Mexican tjonsul mine adullio
nal infirtnatinn, which we prcstimo may he relied
on. rhore will doubtless be ininy contradictory
statements grow ing mil of Iho ilintrncteil aliite of
ntluirs in i oxas,and individuals diircrctilly interested
will ijivc pat tiul and exnggcratcil nccnnntF. Tor
instance, we uro nnvv informed that Col. Tannin
i it. n i . i . i .i i
.iihi ma inru uiu an nuve: inui iiiay surriHiuereo
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thcm.elvcs prisoner o war, and were honor
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'1'HOynro HOW, It 13 S0I.I. Ill,
VlClOrlB, tltWpn ..P.-...
Wo aso ,av(J 1C followinc, Hirough a le'.lcr re
ceiveiJ lhrMh tic 10U,0 0f Mcosrc. I.izanli.ol this
citv T3t ,)0 sclr inV()( Moelez.imn in en
(i( iflV0rin(, to warp over the Inr at MetarnoraH, lot t
her rudiler.and altcnvards euflureil in an action witl,
the Texican schoorcr Invincible. Thut at the timo
lt. Hravu was laying at anchor n:i the bir.und tho
nrtion ronulled wii'mut Iu.-. i !io Bravo siiccpp.I
oil hi rfturnuvj to port without iiemago, nml ha
,jnco tuloij In comyany with the achooner com
mended by Cap. Thompton, Into master of tht
(jmren, conveying a veeaoi louon with proviainun
fr jRl1ta nnH's army. Wo publish these nc
eoiinta as we receive them from puppoecd ciediblu
aource. and tirno will only rluchuo which ol the
mutl bear the etainp of truth
After our paper wns ready for pre?a,lut evening
wo were happy to kuni that a letter hail juat been
received in Ibi city from an ollicer of the army of
tho mghetl rank, at Aow Orleans staling that there
wa not the least danger of nny Inutilities on the
Tein frontier, either I'rom Indiun or from the
i Mexican troop,and tb-t the (lov. ol J.ouitiana con
enrred fully in that opinion, founded on tho Hot
recent information Irom the frontier. Wo infer
from this that Gen. Gaines had been misinformed
end entirely mistaken as lo the fear exprnaecd in
bis letter to tlio Socreturv of War, which we pub
hll to-day. .'Yattunal Inldligencer.
7Vjws We find tho following in the Albany
Argnot thia morning, from which wa copy, lo save
tbe trouble cf condensing fur ourselves.
By 11 night's mail, we have the Couric: ic Un
quirer ol yesterday containing exirantii from tbe
New Orleans and Mobile papers, the latter .'ih late
a the -7th uli., togathur with oifictal iltpati:he
ffo01 one of ,(.XIC(lt) commander, to Santa
AoMi Bivi,)s 3CCOUnt 0- hij lhnn f(XWt move.
' menu. l(y iho official dwpaich orjoau Drrn, thu
. Mexican General, to whom Col. Tannin capitulated
j which we find copied, from the Mcrcuiiu of Meta-
mora', of April 51, ii would eem that Col. F. and
I.m trH, are alill alive, priyinera of war. (5n.
. Unea aty under dato of March 'Jim, "Tho fur-
ires of Goliad remains at the disposition of the
supreme goierument. So 'e likewise their leader
Fanmn, and more than thiee hundred soldier."
Ice. And tn nirtber ihtepatrh, dated March U3
1 have ia my power more than (KM) prisoners,
why I in'end (hall rebuild tbe houre l bey burnt
8:rn ta CtVo. Extract of a letter, dalad
Laxcistm, Ohio, April 1 ltb, 158H.
"This eeetioa of country ha bean visited by one
! of th tnosl iueirul morms !Ml riat bappaaed fur
j year bark.tbe raia which came do-en for ibe apace
. of s or IW nourain 'orrenis, wn ma caoee or a
freebet, which has awept every thing before it, and
J fUmor saoick ls to be true, at ate, thousand
, of baabeU of ern cribbed on tbe Scioia bottoms
lo have been swept away. The loo of corn ia rs-
, timated at om huodred thooaaad bsiabcLj."
! Urn lUoclleacy, Caleb V. BeaaeU, Ouvaeaof of
Delaware, a-ed May 1Kb, at Kewcatl. after match
suoVusc, aged ytveaiy-eigbt. Tbedatia ef tbe
; oOea kt4fe ae CbarW Polk, lUe,. .Speaker of the
tei s: k rv i n'Dii . e.
IT ITIO-rAT. TZCICSr.
l OK l'RKtll)KXT or TUP. u. s.
a li bin V Mt S , kli li Ik B ' IV
ron vicr. riinsim.NT.
F R A JV C 3 . K A K ii
nr r V"M.
PotiTicvi. at iKKevaaiRo. During the polttienl
rawpaife in this fetale leal year, it will be remembered
Vt.al w were divided iolo thraw partirs, ai was lh
rata some yean bef.ire, on lb election of Oovuracr and
torn other oflhterr. T here weald net have been hoi
two J Mt tlmo bad it not been that iveral of the An
Ima'cnic leadi-ra and papers set up eerlsin iiimi fur of
d-e, sueh at Oo. rlaier,&c. who were atroiigly suipee
inl with hein; tainted with Van Iturrnisei This ant
pielnn waa rtnut'y llfdi;l by lhe prints to lie with
out lounJjtinn i at th same time some of the xlili.r ol
lhe paper prlic.tcd that llieirpusly wnul I go orcr to
Van Duren if th WbJisdid not unil in tuppnrting their
iisplcl'iu personi . The melt was that the U hift mot.
ly pertintrd In the p"itien Ibcy had taken (not to sup
port Gov. P.) and there wi no Oorernor flectanl. The
Aotimnrooic papers predietatl right ! The paper, the
editor ami their ehitfiiao (Gov. 1'.) and n number of
other lending antiit (nlfKe fesk'pi priuripnlly) scee.trd
front the party and diclared furl lie Onti-hman 1 At Ihn
urn time !hey nit only iniiled tlmt they were truo blue
autiea llim'-lv, but that tbr little Dutchman had nil
of a fudden raeta'norphoied himxlf into an cxerllrnt
auti ! by the wny no very difficult tm'( neither.
It will furthernorn be remembered that nl tho Mont
pslicr Convention lnat fall, after the reulnr nomioationt
wero made, the littla detachmonl of reoHr relireJ, as
brother VValt m (sys to aom incfc bedroom, and made n
li'tlucl nomination oftate olllcaii andelrctcrsiimliivn
it the sppelliilion of the Democrats Van Ilurcn AntimH
onio Ticksl ! with onr anpiriug nciglihor Niddy's I'M
form for a prfamMe. Gov. Palmer nt its head, mid (il
nut, I". I) lta i hir, !.'). ought to hdve been) nt'totber
end. At any rata h ws lihionl un tho clccloml ticket,
whether nt hia own iaipurtunily orn .t we drji'l know.
Subieijocnl to this irentful period, Mr Umber has
beon playing o fitly mid laughable h game, that he hoe
ot ro fur below zero tli4t he niml bave oonscalciJ, lie i
"1 ry thing by turns nml nothing l"Dlhc."
foaictimoS for an II. :mJ then a litilo off. A ilionj;
atnliliun!tt and Ihrn far sl.ive l.olJcrr ready lo hnnj;
every holy who win ever in a lodge room, and tlunniii
mailer or expediency, contends for nia-orn for the hij;h-
... ...... ......! I 1 I- nl.IH.n .I..I..I
st oflWs declnring nl ways and in e very c olumn idmcst.
of hit paper, that he is the sounded Antimaion in the
n, iiit-Aover. ivlllte pr-f.ir. m fri,n.l,UIp f.r
Mr Blade, "ia as bmy ns Ihod 1 in n gale," in hl'oiiv.
oring lo dclr.iet from his (lr SV) merits nnd tn place
h'melf before tho public ns his nieecsor ! ! ! The Inst
fnrc.o in relation to ties olitical prodigy is the most limn
"inj nnd iHUgneWo of nil viz; the Wallingford iioinin
ntiou nllinlcd lo in our last. This wns th rap tn the
elimax of modern Van IJ jren liUTibugr, nnd if wo mistake
iii.t it will r 'ri 1 -r filers ol ilie km 1 to c ntemptible, tl a;
we shall never agninbenr of another.
B'JViin niireniiii is thriving wonderfully in this Con
gressional D'jtrict. "The party" In Adduoii County
have had a Convention an I nominated Jonr. l.ir.'Sl.iIY.
l!o,. fur C"i)grces. " I'he purly" in this county drummed
up a d i7.cn or two of otlica holders ami nspiinnts ami nom
inated JoKAi Csvhk, V.f . alto, for Congress snd icwn
wito moil in U'allingfor I live nominHttnl Kmvtun I).
I!.iibi:r, lisq. to the rami pcitcf honor ! '-What Ons.'"
We supp se all this Mutter it to re how many collnr
men can he oiuatsred. Or otherwise, how aiauycaier
trig votctlhey can count upaainst Mr Hi.im:, who will
loohlless l.o the Whig and Anlimasoniu candidate, and
be ducted by a majority ol snine thousands.
Dtavrrs iirco.voar.9a. Wo had supposed tlmt flr
several of the Whij Senators had been driven out of Ihrn
august body hy V.iu 11 area rnsjic, intrigue nnd violonre.
thai lh 'spoils' men would hivo ci replete eontn.l of
every branch of t lis Government, for lliul secinetl lo be
their determination and their ebject ; and tl.o only hope
that cout.l be rationally entertained that the Constitution
would sustain Ibe assaults of the usurpers, was, that by
giving them full tway they would ultimately destroy
themselves, before they, bad (sTcclod (he ruin cf the
Uul we era happily diinppoioted in Iha firmer calcu
lation. A mj -r'ly of the Senate scsms yet unfettered.
and the adnpiio-1 ,.f reoent important ni(asure in that
body shows thai Home is yet h.veil rnnro thsn Cgsar.
But th hvroilet r "filled with Kniontntions and woe.'
Mr Clay's l.aoJ Hilt, it will be seen, has already pas-
d tU Hmale. aoj lhaeolhir pras rntertain fwirs that
the House will also past it. However, th Albany Argus
consoles itself by believing that the old Hero will njtiin
exercise the veto pi.wnr in esse it dues.
The fTund plan also for the distribution of the surplus
Rer'-nuo among the Hlates, wa Ihuik will alts pass the
Senate uaJ the expunging resolutions cf (he noisy IJeo
toe will probably remain mi th table unmolested.
Tn raasiDKTTin. ki.w-iiu. Tba Glob and oth
er kiodred prints. fioJiog that they havsi bswss "roatitiag
thair chickens beFjr thoy wer hatched," aro biuioj
likes dog vritb a sura bead," beesut Ih election ol
PrcsUleat and Vie rrasidsat is likely tn be settled hi th
House of Representatives. This liny seem lettei.lcia
aq awful alternative anil would rodeayor to make the
Whigs beltev thai liny bad bettor vote fur Vaa Uoree,
aasl, if possible, avert such a calamity! Ob dear! Dtwr,
epoapsrt ! had'st you better turn remod ami vole Cur
HxaaHeaan-i Caajfosa. ea4 btlo a sett to calam
ities? Tn a i.ioy ' aoear. W have received th May lo.
of Ibis puUieaUoe ead from the little we has crxaatioed
iU snotenls, and the Justice which iha printer has tbsa
it, we do as.t hiut to rwewise it a valuable prodae
Urn. It i eallhlw)d with a beaoliful plato of the
faafaioe for reliaj Jrrucs. la our setiasauass, thia work
ha ba attscA iaapreved wiUiia the hast lata er tawa
yeirs ami ht1ws.(ne jastsra l it, wa shoi,IJ havt
1 t l"ll l .. J i.
Hi I mii.vubrs:
( d ip fnrr.! 'i '
'..' f ( . en ta bavvi no Imp
the pu,n Hut ba" will avail
,: to I .ten t , the chief trump,
the (.) he) whifh thus dlscouf
that rem t acre t
am ll.i g, ire )-
ter of "the pari)"
acth on the pteeidcnlal propeem
"In the II. mar (Coegre) tlw Federal llrpubll.
can party Into a control over the following .States:
Mtach.ictt., Vetmont Marylarel, l)eware,Ohio,
ICenlncky, S. Carolina, Alahim.i, I.ouinians, and
There i a Democratic rcprerrnlalion from Maine,
.. Hampshire, llhndo-Wland, Connecticut, N, Vork
X. Jerrcy, I'cnnsjlvama, Virginia.Genrgia.lndiana,
and lllinotii 1 1.
Tho State! of iVorlh Carolina, Mississippi, and
Missouri, are equally divided in their roproscntatton
in the I Inner-.
If, then tho avowed object of Ibo opposition
avowed in their public presres should bo accom
plished in giving the choice of Chief Magistrato to
the UiMiee, fech fltate voting through the ballot
of a majority of its representative in the House,)
it would follow that Ihorr would bu i.o election, uu-
lc ooie member of the Pedetal phalanx in thu
f louse should comply with the will of thoir con
ktltuent, and vo!e ngaitist thoir Imrty, their own
indication, Oaif prinrip!ti nr unlet i portion vf
tht Democratic tide thould tvrmultr the cnwrr of
thtir conttitutrnlt. tl'liirk of their ixtnU are the mott
pro'-illl'-, Uf Iravt to conjetture, nuleil !; the expert-
rufeoftltcpott, witiril iiiiuh nr.vinw succit4ivn
llertBI.ICAM MAJOIIMII'A i comohhs, citsipotcil un-
Ur tke nfietl nf the Hank, n4 well the eignal in
stance of the laic majority of ihn Pennsylvania Ho
nate, which wns converted from a rnsj irity of two
third against the llsuk and It party, to a majority
of two thirds iu its fay or in defiance ufthn cotiMitu
cut will, anil the noat devout party rommitmrnta
previouvly mi the port of the apostnteii.
Vnv. nr. KitTF.n. A correspondent wiihcs ut to pub.
lih n lUt of (lie )iert"itfroni lliu Wliijnnd Autimnidn.
ic ranks in thi county, tint tho freemen may nil Know
them, lie ty they ore now bltalinp about like iherp
fer 'sn lluren and Johnson, mid pretending Mill to ha
fheep, whru in fact they arc iiolhiiij but woliet.
1 'In reply to our oorreipendont, wc have to my, tlmt
we urn nwiirc of tlio truth of tils itntemenl nml will tn.
denvor lo make out n 1 : t an soon s po-iiblo although
"they nr few mid fir between," they inny he very mil
ohiovou. Tho Jachflon alias Van Huron patty have nomi
nated Gen. Juna Clark of Middletow u, an their can
didate for t.'oiiKreBi for thin Congressional district.
Wo believe- Gen. C. ii tin higher mnpon than Knight
Templar. What eny yu to thai, Van Huron Ami
inaaoiiF, ran yon go the fitjuro ( Tho Van Huron
paily think they havo gut yon, and thus far bccm
altogether to prefer their own men. In Windsor
county, they havo nominated four Kcimtord not onu
of whom is Antimnsoiiic. The Jackson party aro,
unriiK' i.vlrnrtii.K' rrii.mllv In AotnomoiiM find nri,
inin,r l0 llrn,, w,at n.w havo been so improvident
I . - . . . ' ..
as to throw themselves into their rank". ( crmmt
ro .it'on t'ltnnn r.Vir.N, it AP
rr.Aiis to mh that Tin: most hape,
ji'S'i, A.vi) I'r.nniiAi. nisrosmo.v
mncii con rj) iu: mam-: or Tin: suit
1'i.us ni:n:.nn would iu: its ai:
roiri'ioxMi:.-T asio.xc tiii: siutmai.
sta'ii'.s. a ceo un ixc, ro Tin: hatio
Ol' li i: t'H F.SU.VT. I Tit .V."- f Pie, nletit Jack.
ui'Ii'h .McfhOoo to C .n'rerfrf, I'.J'i'J
Tim r. iiioiwi! Iniellipiicnrcorigntulalatlin peo
ple of tho I!. .Slate on tho picsajro of .Mr, Clay's
bill in I bo Senate for tbe third timr 'ml n n
yet to pae the House, nnd it Ih noi I rhoul I it ever
receive the annetioti of that body il will as aurely
bo vr.TOKii. .V. II. Himlinel. '
The Globn has iasned proposals for another Kx
trn "il iii niiendcil to arsit in defeating (aay
HlairJ thn unholy purpoae of one of the nioet cor
rupt combinations tlmt ovi r existed in '.his, nr nny
other country"!! ! Ah, ond what coinbiuation is
this! Why, in fuel (Ik Globe hai made n careful
rnlciilatinn, nnd fear that tho people will probable
voln for ll.ir rison in 8 Stntos, for Whitn in 10
States, and for Wohater in omo other S'lalos, anil
thornfoie no choice. Then tho election mutt go
to the llonsu, and hero wo have, hu aay, 10 Slates
who hive n "federal" inajoriiy 11 n (l.nuocralic
majority and II Ktaten equally divided. Kow .1
Stale, he intimate, uro hublo to he bribed by (lie
"Iliinli," mid so deii-ct the Aoy purpiec of tho
purest patriot in the country ! The whole article
helrayi fear of consequence, and Hlair talks about
principle as Iflie mi.l Irii) coadjutors hod been guided
by it for n long time. Ho h oxtdfively nfraiJ
that a iciuorily will turn (ml lo he n majority, or
ut lenit that Mr Van Huron.eoiifcHedly a minority
candidate witli tht people, cannot fgeeced, unlets
the "corrupt cntnbinatioii" in lavor of othcre is put
down with u atrung h.ind. Will another cerics of
extra Globus, prove the Van Hiireii cause to be
liuly, and that of the Whig iniisy ,V Exactly.
.V. . Smtincl.
The great Henlon, and ihn great Globe nd
probably the greatest Piosidetit in tho world
strenuously oppota the diatrihution r.f any of Ilie
Mirpl.-a revenue. Heiiton watitn lo expend soinr
AO millions upon the navy, nml id up.m th0 array
and forlirlceiiuiia! iltair hays the appropriation
bill before Congresa will swulluiv it nil up; hut for
gttaevoriioiiHimHtothal no one quirter orthohilli
propotinjt to expend money, will ever pat. Mr.
. ompieieiy put Uown Col, li. by stating the
probable fael, that Congre would not grant at the
present eoMion (and nil the appropriations are very
liberalj more money fur the pubhn aervices ttuo
tbtfONrienl revenue would pay, leaving thirl utillt
"i l leaat, tube distributed lo th Htale. No
if the handbill is lo bo oppoeed or vutnod bectusc
it it Mr. Ctutft bill, let tho rnunoy be lent tu the
States without interest, o care not any Dud'
but I ho ccuo!at,D of io va an amount f tbe
capital of i be country in private hank. o mock
needed for trade, and whoae responsibility, go A
to day, may be gocsj for nothing loioorrow, m
idee, it is lying without inlret.. r Iho inlerea's
if eny, ii enj-jyed by individual pariiMot r-f thctd
ministration, stockholder in tho vanoun banks
.'V. . St-atfari.
Tba Tr oy and Brie L.ne here made er'a'.ge inB'-
to dewl'-h a Hteamkoat from Ilofa' . t.r('hri;9
(io; ten utvs Tirst bi l., i,,t "jth in it.