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That Congrcss possesses no constltutlon- possesses no cotistitutioiial nutliority to In
ol nutliority ttt interfero iti any way with tcrfero in uny wny wltli the institution of
tlio itixiitutioit of slavcry in nny 01 ttie sinvery in nny 01 inc duucs oi uus coincu-
states of Uiis coufedcrncy, nml thut In llio craoy."
oplnion of this ilniise Congrcss onght tiot Cnrricd; yens201, tinys 7.
to interffirc with slavcry in tlio District of Alcmber third:
Columbia, becauso it would bo a vlolntion "And tlmt, in tlio opinion of thia houso,
of tho piiblic faitli, unwiec, iuipolitic and Congrcss ought not toliUcrferc with slavcry
dnngeroua tothe Union. in tlio District of Coluiiibin."
Assuining such roasons for tht.'Se conclu- ' "arricd i ycas 103, nays 47.
nlons, ri9 in tlio jttilgn' nt of tlio cotnniittrc, Mcmber lourtli :
inay bo bcst cnlculatcd to enlighten thc pub-' "Uecauso it would bc n violntion of tho
lic inind, tn rcpress ngitntion,' to nllay ex- publie. faitli, unwise, iuipolitic, and dungcr-
eitcmcnt, to Rttstain nnd prcserve tliu riglits ona to ilm Union."
of tlio slavcholding statcs, and to ro-estab- Cnrricd ; ycas 127, nays 70.
lish liarmony niiitlranmullty ainongst tlio Alcmber lifUi nnd Inst:
various states of th6 Union. 1 Assigning eucIi rcasons for tlicso con-
Objections huviiig bccn niado, Mr. P. clnsionsushi tho judgincnt ofthc coniinitteo
inovcd thut tho rnle bo suspcmlcd, in order inay bo bcst calculatcil to onlighteii the
to rcceivo tho reolution ; at thesaino tiino putilio tnind, to rcpress ngitation, to nllny
Stating to tho Ilousc, thut his only objcct cxcitcincnt, to sustniu nnd prcserve tho just
in presnnting tho rcsolution now, wns that riglits of thoslavcholdnig statcs, and of tho
it might bo printcd for the infomiation of pcoplc of this district, and to rc-cstublish
tho Houso, nnd taken up whcncvcr tho iiaimoiiy nnd trauquility among tho various
Houso should rcsunio the consideration of sections of tho Union."
Jurvis's rcsolution on the snmc subjcct. I Carricd i ycas 1C8 ; nays 0.
Mr Manu ofN.Y.cnlled for tho ycas utid So tliu rcsolution wns ndoptcd, nnd on
nays, which tlio llotisc ordcrcd. inotion of Mr. l'inckncy tho cotnmittcc wns
Alr. JNlorgan of Vn. nioved to Iny tho nio- ordcrcd to coimist of ninc meinhers.
tion to suspend tho rulo upon tho tuble; In Senatk, on Tttcsdny, Fcb. 9, Mr
which last inotion was lost. iiuclianati prcscntcd npetition froni n com-
And tho qucstion on tho inotion to sus- mittcc of tho citizcns of Dauphiu coiinty,
iicnd tho rulo was ihcn tnkcn, and dcc'ulcd nppointcd ntninccting at Harrisburg, prny-
tii tho ucgative, ycas 121; nays 75 not bu- ing that Congrcss would mnko nppropria
ing two thirds. j tions to trausport to Africa, tho frco pcoplc
So the House rcfused to suspend thc ofcolor, aud that tho constitution iniirht be
Mr Mnnn of N.Y. movcd to suspend tho , it docs not givc tlio powor.
rulo for tho purposo oftaking tipandcon-j In tho House, Mr Gnrland of Louisiann,
eidering' tho llcport of tho Sclect Cotnmit- asked tho consentof thc llouse toRiibniit u
teo appoiutcd on tlio rulcs and orders oftlio protcst signcd by hitriself and Alr Glascock,
House. of CJcorgia, nnd Mr Robcrtson of Virginin,
The qucstion was taken by ycas and nays against tho first cliitiso of instructions con
nnd decided in the ncgativc; ycas 102; nays taiued in tho rcsolution, ycstcrduy ndoptcd
103, not bc'mg two-thirdsr. i by tho llouse, and to hnvc tho sunio cnter-
So the Houso ngain refuscd to suspend ed on tho journal.
tho rule. Ou tnotion of Mr. Shcpard of S. i (Tho clauso protcsted against is ns fol
C. tho Houso suspcmlcd the rule in order lows:)
to rcceivo tlio reports of ooinuiittccs. Thut "Congrcss posscsscs no powcr to
- In Senate, Mondny, February 8. Tho , ''iterfero, in nny way, with tho jnstitution of
following Alessago wns rcccivcd from tho s'vcry, iti nny ofthc fetatcsol this confed
President of thc U Statcs. roc? " l.hulr P""" bcmg that such dec-
To the Senale and House ofRcpresenlalivcs:nmi',u 13 '""'cccssnry, and insulting to the
ofTcrcd its mcdiation for thc ndjiistmcnt of
thc disputo bctwccn thc Unitcd Statcs nnd
Frnnce. Carefully guarding that point in
thc controvcrsy, yvhich, as it involvcs our
honor and indcpeiidcncc, admits of no
comproniisc, I havc chccrfully ncccptcd tho
ofFcr. It will bo obviously improper to
resort cvcn ta tho mildest mcasurcs of a
compulsory cliarnctcr, until it isasccrtaincd
whethcr Francc has ncccptod or dcclincd
tlio mcdiation. 1 thcrcforc recommcnd a
euspension of nll procccdings on that part
of my Snccial Messagc of tfie 15th ol Jan.
last which proposcs a. partiul non-intcr-coursc
Whilo wc cannot too highly apprcciate
thc elcvatcd nnd disintcrcstcd motivcs of
tho ofier of Grcat Hritain nnd havc n just
rcliancc upon tho grcat influcuce of that
powcr to rcstoro the rclations of ancicnt
fricndship between thc Unitcd Statcs and
Francc, and know,too, that ourown paciliu
poljcy will bo strictly adhcrcd to until the
national honor conipcls us to depart froni
itr wo should bo insensiblo to thc cxposcd
conditinn ofourcountry, and forget thc les
Bonsjof cxnericncc, if we did not cflicicnt
ly and seuulously prcpare for an ndvcrse
Tho peacc of a nation docs not depend
cxclusivcly upon its own will, uor upon thc
beneficcnt policy of neighboring jiowcr?,
nnd that nation which is found totally un
prcparcd for tho exigences nnd dangers of
war, is criin'mally ncgligcnt of its honor and
1 lannot too strongly rcpcat tho rcconi
incndation alrcady made, to placc thc sca
board in a proper stato of dcfencc, and
jiromptly to provide tho mcaus for uinply
Washington, Feb. 8th, 183G.
In botb Iloufes this incssngo wns refer
rcd to thc cornniittcc on Forcign Kcla
tions. In tho House, Monday, Feb. 8, Mr.
Pinckncy again renewed his motion to sus
pend tho rulcs ofthc Ilousc in order to takc
up his resolutinns, and his inotion wns
carried, ycas 135, nays C5.
Mr l'inckncy cxplaincd his ohject iu of
fering this rcsolution to bc nn honorublc,
liberal and tnutually satisfuctory scttlcuicnt
of thisdcenly agitating and dangcrous qucs
tion. IIo uelicved it would bo approvcd by
the south nml also by the north nnd n largc
portion oftlio northeru und Eouthcrn mcin
iicrs wboui ho bud consultcd coucurrcd witl)
liim in this opinion. lle noticcd an attnck
made upon liim iu tho Tclcgraph on ac
count oftlio position winch bchndtnkcn,
nnd pronounccd it false and caluininous.
Mr llammond follawcd nnd opposcd tho
rcsolution ultogcthcr in cach of its ohjccts.
Ile dcnicd that it would sntisfy tho south,
nnd nsserted it wns no niorc thnn Arthur
Tnppan, and cvery nbolitionist, black nnd
white, would bo vcry willing to grant, for
it would be encouragement to thcmto dc
inand furthcr uction on tho subjcct by
Congress. Ho had nothiug to do with tho
attHck on lm colleaguc, but he did not sce
wlicrcm tho articlo alluileil to by his col
leaguc was fulsoor caluininous. Mr II.
Bpoke briefly on thc subjcct nnd concludcd
by soleinnly protesting against the proposi
tion asa virtual iibandonmcm of thc riglits
nnd intcrests of the South.
Furthcr debato was nrrebtcd by a call of
Alr iioya ot lvy. lor tho prcvious qucstion,
which tho Houso scconded nycs 102, nocs
86' and the Houso dcteruiincd tlmt tho
mntn question should now bo put ycas
18, nays 87.
Mr I'utton movod a call of the House,
which was negntivcd.
Various motions wcre mndo to subdiv'nlo
tliu resolmion into various pnrts. Ou thcso
motions sotne coinplicated points of order
uroso in which much timo wus consumcd.j
The rcsolution wasfindlly ilisposcd of iu
the portions, and by tho votcn which fol
low: Alembcr first :
T l .. ..l . ll ..
uccinnug iiiai 1111 mcmoriuis, eic. wmcii
lionld bo bubmilted, bo rcftirred to u sclect
Curricd Yeas 17-1, Nays 48.
When the nnmo of Alr Wiso wns raltod,
llu refuscd to votoon theground thut ho had
Ijo constitutional uutlioriiy to vote on this
qucstion hore;und on motion of Alr Pinck
noy he was excuscd.
'Villi instructions to report that CongrfiJ?
subniittcd for niucndnicnt on tlmt point, if
Tho protcst wns rcad, nnd objcctions
havingbccn inadoto ita rcccption,
MrGarland nioved to suspend thc rulcs.
Thc qucstion boinjf tnkeli by ycas nnd
nays, it was decided 111 thc ncgativo; ycas
81, nays 130.
In Se.nate, Feb. 1 1, Prcsidcnt Jnckson
transtnittcd a report of thc Sccretary of
Var on thc subjcct of thc cxisting hostili
ties iu Florida. Thc niessago was ordcrcd
tn bo printcd, and was referrcd tothc coin-
mittce on Jlilitary Afl'uirs. Alr Ucnton's 1
resolutions wcro dubutcd nt considcrablc ,
lcngth. On inotion of Alr Clay, tho privatc ,
bills from tfie house, which had been iavor
nbly rcportcd on (31 in nuinbcr) wero.-dl
considcred and passcii, and thc Senate ad-
In thc House, thc whole day was spcnt
in a dcbatc 011 ihe bill fur cxtra appropria-'
tions for Nnvy yards, without coniing to
any conclusion thcrcou. ,
Corrcspondcnce ofthc Jloston Atlas. '
Washington, 'Hiay, Feb. 12.
The Scnato today wcre occupied with
an uuprofltublo discussion upon the oboli
tion qucbtion. Tho motion introduccd
sonic duys fiineo by Alr liuchaunn, who on
prcscnting nn anti-slavcrv mcmorinl niov
ed tlmt the nravcr ofthc petitioncrs bo rc-1
jcctcd, cnnio up for considcration. Alri
Alooro of Alubamn was 111 favor ol thc rc-,
jcction of thc putition itsclf, nnd made n
spcccli ot sonio length 111 support ot lus '
views. Alr King of Georgia cxprcssed
himsclf in opposition to tho rcjcctiun oftlio
pctitiou. Ho wns for giving it thc poor
jinvilcge of 11 hcuring. With rcspect to thc ,
right of interfcrcnco by Congress in thc j
subjcct of slavcry in thc District of Coliim-'
bia, he-dcnicd the right and thc powcr; hc
couccircd that thcro hud bccn mtich tm-'
neccssary ngitation of tho t(uestion, but took ,
high grouhd upon thc subjectof thc riglits j
Alr Calhoun rcplied with wnrmth to somo 1
ofthe rcmarks of Alr King. Ho hnd inlcr-
rcd from one or two of his obpcrvations, I
thnt the gentlenian ,1'rotn Georgia mcant to
impugn tho motivcs of thosc Southcrii
mcinbcrs who prcsscd thc rcicction of
thesc pctitinns. Alr Calhoun rcpcllcd the
imputation with great carucstness. Hc said
tlmt 110 purty considcrations infliicnccd him 1
in tho courso which ho pursucd 011 this
qucstion. He had no intcrest iu Prcsidcnt
niaking. Hu rcgrcttcd the tcnor of thc
rcmarks ofthe gcntlemun from Georgia. If
n pctition wcre prcscntcd for thcabolitionof
slavcry in his own statc, would that gcntlc-'
man rcceivo it ? Hcrc Alr King answcrcd .
yes. " Thcn I conl'css,' ('outiutied Alr C, I
'that tlio geiitlcmnu's fcoliugs upon this j
subjcct nrc widely ditTcrer.t from i.,y own.
1 caunot sympalhisc with thcm. This isn '
grcat, n momcntous question. Aly uiind is
full of it. liut 1 will not dctnin tho Scnate j
After Alr Calhoun had finished, Isaac
Ilill roso inhis seut, nnd taking forth u
qmroof mnnuscript procceded to inflict up
on tno oeniue n rcad spcccli. ah 110 nnu
moved tlmt thc reading ot tho dncumcnt
should bo dispeuscd with und tlmt it should
bo printcd, tho New llaiupshiro Scnntor
was pcrmitted to rontinuc. His principul
objeci was to provo thut thcro was 110 aholi
tionists iu tho granito Statc, iiidiii doing
this ho inoro than oucc iiisinuatcd that tlio
flume of iibohtion in tho north wus luniied
by Southern agitators for political purposes,
Ullll III UIUUI iJ .ailllllU IIIU liUIIIUUIIK.J Ul
tho South from tliodcniucracy nftho North,
llospoko of Dr Chaitning's lute work upon
slavcry ns n disgusting aud rcprchcnsiblu
pamphlct' nbuscd him ns tho adulutor of
the crowncd hcads of Europe upon tho
, olitioiiistsainongthoclergy iuAIussuchusftts
Kiwumii 01 iapoicon, auu said tlmt tho uh
wcro tuosaino wno retiirucd tlianks lor tlio
successes oftlio Ilritish durintho Inst wnr.
Isiinc Niid hethoughtbetterof tho Nortbcrii
ubolitionists thun oftlio Southern agitators,
who weru thcir nidcrs nnd nbettcrs. IIo
thcn cntcrcd upon n virulcnt tirndo ugninst
,l0 Tclcgratl. nowspaptr, and snld thut it
hnd dono tnoro to cct up tho uholition ex
citemnnt thnn nll tlio Arthur Tnnpans nnd
Thouiions of tlio North. It find aided
matciiully likewiso in bringiug ubout that
stnte of ildngs in South Cnroliim which had
tcrminatcd in hor dcepdisgracc.
Alr Calhoun horo roso nnd cnlled tho
metnber to order. Alr Hubbnrd, Hill's col
I.;a2iie Wflj hj (be 9hoir nnd nppearcd jnis
prably confuscd. Ilerappcd iponblsdcskjtcrs. Judjjing thcn by tho tono which
and stamnicrcd forth sotno uiiiiitcJJIMCi ! Wl Wiwglis nrticlc, wo tntist look upon
i "it r.ll..... !.i .t'.n: . .1.1. i. ......
wordn. Mr Cnlhotin ngain roso nml said
it wns no ninttcr, ns no ono could rcgnrd
abuso frorusucliaqunrtcras in thoslightcst
Jsaac said hcanprcciatcd thocomplimcnt,
and wcnt on witiihisspccch. It wns niost
ly mndcup ofclcctioucringslnngcalculnted
lor tho coinlng l'rcsidciitiiil cnnvnss. Whcn
hu hnd concludcd his rcinnrks. nnd nfler
ccrtain cxplnnations , had bccn made by i
Alcssrs Lcigli and King touching nn obscr-
vatlon which had Inllcn froni tho Inttcr, Mr
Cnlhotin obtnincd tho floor. Hosaid liodid
not risc to rrply to nny thing that had fallcn
from tho gentlenian froni New Hainpsliirc.
Tlint individual occiipicd a positiou upon
that floor, nnd indiilgcd in languagcof that
licciisc, which placcd him bcneuth thotio
tico of liotiorablo incn. Ho would liowovnr
rcqucst tho clerk to rcad from n New
Ilumpshirc papcr, which ho hcld in his
hand, n Mntcnicut which would couvoy a
diflcrcnt iinprcssion from what niight havo
bccn convcycd by statcmcnts hilhcrto mndo
with rcspect to the strengthof llienboliiion
ists. Hcrc tho clcrk rcad thc cxtruct ro
fcrrcdto.j Allcrhohad concludcd Isaac
Ilill took tho floor npparcntly chokcd with
his own venoui. Ho said he had ncvcr sccn
tho tiapcr from which tho cxtract hnd bccn
rcnd. It wns sunporteu by
It wns supportcu by lorcign pntron
ncc. but whethcr tho funds wcre obtnincd
from New Vork or South Carolina ho cotilil I
not say. The Scnator froni S. C. had said rcpnration dcmnudcd by tho French Gov
thnt contcmpt and disgust wcre cntcrlaiucd j crnmcnt, nllcging it to bo his convictiou
townrds him thcrc. Ile had as good a right , that such rciaration would bo inconsistciit
upon that floor as any one ; and "Alr I'resi- with tho Amcrican constitution, aud with
dentif if tliat gontleinnn f'cclsconteinpt tho indepcndenco aud govcrniiiunt of tho
aud disgust for tnc I cnu tell liiin that pcoplc of Anicrica. liut it has not nppcnr-
(hsgust nml coutLinpt arc tclt lor liim cvcry ;
As this was an cxtcmporaucous efTort on
tho part of Alr Ilill it dcserves to bo rccol
lccted. Tho Scuatu aflcrwards adjourncd
Tliu Houso was cmploycd iirincipnlly
upon privato bills. Alr Oanibrclciig rcad
somc lettcrs from N. York bcsccching Con
grcss to nct upon the rclicf bill, nnd suc
cceded in having Tucsdny n(.xt assigncd for
thc consideration of that bill. Alr Pcyton
tnuntingly inquired if AlrAdam's rcsolution
for nn invcstigutiug committcc wns not of
morciinportancc, nnd oughtnotto bc first
ducidcd, siuce it had aheady taken such
prcccdence. Alr lngcrsoll of Pcnnsylvania
introduccd n resolution for thc coiistructinn
of n marblohust of Chicf Justicc Alarshull,
and took occasion to mnke n few biief eu
logistic rcmarks upon that cinincnt inau.
Thc rcsolution wns rcfcrrcd
LATEST FKOAI 1JNGLANI).
Acceplance nf thc .Mcdiation by thc King nf
Francc Ar.rival out nf the Prcsidcnl s
The packet ship England, Cnpt. Waitc,
nrrivcd nt New York 011 Thursdny from
Livcrpool, lumngleft thut port 011 tho 1st
Tho French Chambcr wns opcncd on
the 28th Dec. Thc London Hcruld gives
thc spcccli of tho king iu n 2d cdition, w hich
is thus niiuounccd.
"Wo rcccivcd Inst niglit thc King'sspccch
nt thc o)cning of tho ChumbcrK, whicii
howevcr Fs of Icss importnncc, ns it is clcar
tho Prcsidcnt's mcss-igc had not bccn rc
ccivcd iu Puris, at thc tiine it was spokcn."
Ezlractfrom the Idng''s Specch.
"I rcgret that the trcnty oftlio -1th July,
1831. with thc Unitcd Statcs of Americu
has not bccn ahlc yct to rcceivo u com
pletc cxccution. Tho King-of Great Hri
tain has ofl'ercd to mc, as well as to tho U.
States, his fricndly mcdintioii. I havc nc
ccptcd; and you will participnto in iny dc
sirc, tlmt this difTcrcnee may bo tcrminatcd
in a niauncr equally houorublo to thc two
Tho PrcsidcntV Alessago causcd much
satisfactinn in Livcrpool.
The Alessago wus forwardcd to Paris
immcdiatcly 011 its rcccipt in London, nnd
was, we nrc informcd by n pnsscnger in
England, rcccivcd in Puris, shortly nflcr the
dclivery oftlio KingV spcccli nnd n pri
vnto lettcr Mntcs tlmt cvcry othcr topic wns
ub.sorbcd in considcrntion of tho messagc.
Tho Timcs of the 3ist Dcc. considcrs tho
Messagc, "the nblcst aniong nblc papers,"
aud Rays :
"Had thcro remaincd any changc to bo
wrougbt in the opinions ofthc peoplu of
this country in fuvor oftlio Unitcd States,
or hnd thcro becn any thing wanting to
satisfy us oftlio iustice of tho Amcrican
Amcrican quarrcl, tho messagc would havc
supplied such dcsidcrutn by its clcnr nnd
forcible. but calm. toinnpr.itp. nml frnnk
cxposition ofthe causcs in which thc dis-1
iuifn wiili I',i-nnnn nrimiinto.l nn.l nr iU
which. 011 thc nnrt of thnt fiovm-ninent. 1
hnvc hithcrto obsiructcd its ndjustmcnt.
t.:. m.i.. -11. .1 m .1 1
Jl IS pilSMIIIl', UIIIIS IIIC 1 imeS, IllOUgll WO
think not vcry probablo thnt somo stroiiL'
incnsurc may bo pioposcd in Amcrica in
conscnucnce of Alr. Iiurton's r.mnmuiiirn-
tions. but we plucc 11 soliil rcliunco 011 tho
stcniliticss nnd tcmpcr oftlio Congrcss, nnd
wc trust tuat no nnai stcp will bo adoptcd,
until nftcr tho rcccipt ut Washington, ofthc
ofiicml nnswer of tho French government
to this fair aud innnly cxphuiation of tho
causcsof this 011 thc oiicsidc superfliious
nml foolish qiinrrcl."
It will bo perceivcd thnt tho Prcsident
tlccidcdly refusos to givo nny upologelie
cxplnuution to the French Gavcrumcnt,und
c.xpresscs a confidcnt opinion thnt tho A
mcricnii pcoplc would support him in this
dctcrminution. .Morning Chron.
Pnriti nnd London pnpcrs ofthe 7th, nnd
Livcrpool nnd Huvro ofthe 8th, huve been
rcccivcd nt N. Y.
Tho dates from Lnndoii nro to tho 4th,
but they coutuiu nothiug iinpnrtnnt.
From the London Timcs.
Tho French Ministcrm! pnpcrs of Sundny,
with n singlo excoption, continuc to nbstain
from comincnt 011 thnt part ofthe Amoritnn
mctsugo which relatcs to Franrc. The ex
ccption to which wo nlluilo howevcr, n
bundnntly mnkcs up for tho pilcnce obscrv
cd by its mctrniiolitnn tillics. It is tln;
Journid des Dobais, which 1ms becn nolcct
cd ns tho siccial organ ofthe opinion form
ed by tho mcmhcrs of tho Frrncli Caliinet
of tho uxplnnntions nfi'orded by Pichident
Jnckson. Tho nrticlo on tho subjcct wliicli
wo find in tho Debals is, indccd, iu tho or
dinary form of u lcndiug aiticlo, nnd wns
evidcntly drnwn up by ono of tho liubitiml
writers of thnt pnper; but, 11" it do not bcnr
thenvowed chnrnctcr of an ofliciul declarn
tion, it is not tho Icfs to bo lookcd upon ns
the cxprcfsion ofthe ihoughts ofthe minis-
bctwccn tho govcrninent of Frauco nnd of
tho Unitcd Statcs ns bcing on tho ovc of fi
I'Yom the Journal iks Dcbats.
Whocvoris convcrsaut with tho chnrnc--tcr
of 1'residcnt Jackson will oxpcricnce
nn ngrccablo surpriso iu reading tho luto
Ab regards Frnnco thcgcncrnl tono of that
documcnt is inodcratc. Indccd, judging
oftlio wliolc, wo thcreln disccrn an uno
quivocal feeling of high considcrntion, at
which wo uro not to bo surpriscd, forFranco
has bccn nccustomcd to this scntimctit, nnd
will not casily gct rid oftlio hnbit, liowcvcr
singtilar inay bo tho contrast bctwccn tho
complcxion oftlio Into .Mcssngc nnd that o.
Dcccmher, 1831. Ono thing sceuis ccrtain
tlmt thc presidcut is nt tho prcscnt niomcut
cntcrtaining tho liono aud thc dcsiro that
tho (lifl'erciicc whicii lias uriscn bctwccn
two grcat nations inny bo hrought to nn
cxtraordiiiury grant of 3,000,000 dollar.s for!
It is truo tlmt Gcucrnl Jnckson nbsolutcly
rcfuses to makc, undcr a ccrtain form, tho
cil tnnt 1110 f reucii uovcriimcnt liail cvcn
poiutcd out the pnrticular form ofrepara
tion, and, nt nll, evcnts, it is of little consc
qucnce. Tho matcrial objcct is tbat a rc
paration should bc mndo that it be appro
printc nml cxplicit. Now, ituppcars to us,
that this cxplicit, approprintc, and undcniu
blo rcparntion is contaiucd in tho messagc
which has just bccn rcccivcd.
I'aris,7lh Jan. From tho corrcspondencc
of Le Journal de Havrt.
"On tho day bcfore ycstcrdny AI. do
IJroglio said to somc of thc Dcputies : Wc
now considcr the affair oftlio U. Statcs sct
tlcd. Wc think thc Chninbcr will bc oftlio
Bnmo opinion, whcn tho addrcsu is tindcr
Paris, 5i Jan. The Mcssagcr says, tlmt
it was rcportcd nt tho IJoursc to day, nnd
gcucrally bclicvcd, that tho coniiuission
appoiutcd by thc Chambcr of Dcputies to
prcpare an addrcss to tho King will pro
posc, that it is pcrfcctly satisfied with thc
cxplanations contnincd iu tho last mcssngu
ofl'residejit Jucksou and that thc minis
ter of forcign afTairs will mmotincc liis in
tpntion of paying immcdintcly thc 25 mil
lions of frnncs.
London, 'Uh Jan. Thc only qucstion now
is on the French nnd Amcricnn disputc
whnt sort of Snecial Messasc Gcn. Jnckson
inny send to Congress on thc occnsiou of
Mr isartoifs rcturn ? This, it is surmiscd,
will be of a lcss soothing charactcr. Hcrc
thcn will be manifestcd tho vahic of English
mcdiation, which may step in bctwccn any
niessago aud the pursuant procccdings of
Congrcss, nnd satisly tho Amcricnn pcoplc
of tho conciliatory spirit of Francc, us cv
inccd in having ncccptcd our ngcncy.
ONE DAY LATER FKOAI ENGLAND.
Uy thc New Jcrscy, Cnptnin Ilnrstow,
London datcs two days, and Livcrpool onc
day latcr, havc bccn rcccivcd at lioston.
Tho Timcs oftlio 0th Jnnunry says that
it was generally undcrstood in Pnris, thnt
the French ministcr had oflicinlly intiniatcd
to Lord Granville, thut Prcsident Juckson's
incssagc was satisfuctorv, nnd that tho in-
stalmciits duc out of tho 25,000,000 francs
would be paid without dclay.
A pagc oftlio Times is occupied cntircly
with cxtracts from Now York and Wash
The Jiriissels corrcspondcnt ofthc Lon
don Chroniclc, undcr date of Jan. 5, ob
scrves "that tho portion ofthe Amcricnn
Prcsidcnt's spcccli relating to this country,
has bccn rcccivcd with great sutisfaction.
Sanguino hoics aro cntertained thnt Con
grcss will rcvivc the law of 1825, nnd nt all
cvcnts placo ltclgian vcsfcIs upon the satnc
footiug withthose ofHollnnd.''
F.xtract ofa lellcr from X. .M. liolhschild,
dated Ijondon, January Gth, to Jfessrs J.
L. ly' S. Josephs Cu., oj j"ew York :
"Tho mcssnco of vour Prcsidcnt hns pro-
dticni nt I'ni ig ns lavornbic nu ciiect
nris ns luvornbic nu ciiect ns
could bo desircd upon tho (itinstion with
which Francc has been nt vurinnce with
vour Govcrnmt'iit. nnd I nni hnlinv to in-
form you that tho French Govcrninent is
110 w picpnrcil to mako tho paymcnt, on an-
nri. :...!.....:.. na nnni;n.i
niUKllllllljf, ua muu 110 iiiii;ii
M01' - All kinds of btocks nnd Amcricnn
sccunties will cxicncnco tho bcnehts ol
' his rcsult.'
From Ifuman Ilights.
Unalienaiii.e Hiqiits. Tho following
is from au"Appenl tothc North," ina south
ern paper. The writer is n degeuernto son
of N. Englnnd, S. C. Cndy, formely of
Montpelier, Vt., and his objcct dotibtlcsHis,
lo clcar himsclf from nll suspiciou of
fayoriug tho nholitionists, which might
nriso from tho placc of his biith. Hc lius
modificd thc doctriue ofthe Dcclnratiou of
Indcpeiidcncc so ns to rcsirict "imnlieunhle
riglits" to frce pcople. Tho old doclrinc,
wmcii cxtcnds thcm to all incn, is n vcry
uwkwnrd onc to liold slavcs undcr.
"One of the unnlicnnblc, riglits of n frco
pcople, is to bold jiropriety, und tho bluvo
is 11 hpocies of jiropcrty rc'i'ognized by our
Inws; nnd we bold it to bo n sclf-evident
fuct, thnt he who nmlicioiisly or dcsigncdly
luteriercs with thut right to our mjiiry
should be hcld nmcnublo to thc lau.i for his
If, thcn, thnt, right is to bo triflcd with,
mndo u subjcct of grnvo dcbatc, oursclvcs
impugncd nnd abuscd for its excrcisc, nnd
our nghts made sltepless and heavy, nnd
without tho hopo of redrcss, what nltcrnntlvo
is IcA ? Scccbsion distmion, rovolution, nll,
nll nro prcferablo to such u Muto of things.
Do you suiilc, iiorthcrn rradcrs, nt whnt
you dccin the idle gubconuding ofthc south
on this subjcct? Jt is felt, nnd fclt with
n feeling 110 Inngiiugo cnu cxprcss. Thc
dccp nnd all pcrtnding tono of southern
scntiment is uroiiscd, und bnppy may tho
north dccm hcrsulf. if hcr Tntinans, und
Coxcs, hcr Gnrrisons, nnd deludcd clcrpy,
havo not sown tlio suod of hatrcd, discord
nnd torvilc war."
honorablo conciiision. both lor tho one nnd I , """''-"" " """""J,"" ", i ' un.uiiii.wu-
thoothcr. If ho has cxhihitcd this ycar 'LmJ J ie bruar!J 1830, nt H o cloclc, A. M. tinl cvidcnr.c. If our nntimasonicconvcn
somo symptoms ofirritnbility with rcspect , 0' tion wcro not ko ncar nt hund, wc would
to F.-ancc. t was on vn"ainstt he Amcrirnn ' "tute Ulhccrs tortlic politicalycarcnsuTig; 1 . '
Lp!S in ob Jcctalft "S" ! und 'i0 tnk i"10 consi.lcrartoijyl.ell.cr nSy BSC .0 our S.atc Committcc to wnte on
tho Scnatc for ha ing refuscd last vear an .r w I'lUon may bo expcdieut at this , to tho cditor of the Globc, and rcqucst a
TllB STATB JOURNAL.
CIIAUNCEV L. KNAP1', EDITOn.
JMONTPKUElt, FF3IJRUAUY 23, 1830.
A Dcmocrntic Autimnsonic Stato Con
vcntiou will bc holdcn nt tho Stato House
I. . , . 1 ii , ...uiu .m Ubll.luiJt.liltilH Ifl lHiJ UIIMIIIUOVIIIte
rcsidcncy, togcthcr with nll olhcr mattcrs ,. .. . , . , ,
conncctcd with thc advanccnientof tlioso ,I,rcd,,ccllons' 1,1 orilcr t0 fJl"dcn nnd
principlcs, for which Antiinasoiishavecver.chcournge our brctbrcn in Ycnnont to
coiitcndcd. 1 persevere in thc good causc. Perhaps, too,
Tho Statc Committcc, sceing no causc it ,I)lgIlt ,10t bu utMlsa t0 nsccrtaiu ,is
for rclaxing thoso cxcrtions ulnch havc nl-1 . . , . . ,
rcudy achicvcd so much townrds ridding !J"' l'" tllG qi'wtion, whethcr Alr
the country of nu institution decmcd by us Van Hurcn isso much attached to antima-
inconipntiblo w-ith mio libcrty aud all prin- sonic principlcs as to rcnder it possiblu
ciplcs wbicb rcpubhcans should most cber- : .,.., . . i
ish, carnestly rcqucst tho attendance of a onsistci,t for nntnnasuns to vote lor lnm
full rcprcscntution of tho scvcral Towns in llsn cnndidutc for prcsident of the Unitcd
this Statc. The County Committces aro Statcs! As tho Globe is tho nccrcdited or-
rcnucstcd to notify Town Committces nnd ,.r iiii,,, n,-.,. .,..
imiu auiukiiu biiiiuiiuuv. iui iiib AiuiMMMil
sce tlmt nll nro st-nsonably aiiiiricd of tho
contcmplntcd Couvciition. Aud all thoso
who aro opposcd to Secret Societics, und
nristoci-aticmonopolics, without distinction
of party nnmcs, arc invited to nsscmblc iu
thcir rcspcctivc towns andchoosc dclcgates
to attcnd and rcpresent them in tho Con
vention. MARTIN FLINT,
Antimnsotiic Statc Convcntion mccts nt
this placc to-morrow; and if tho antima
sons thrciiighout the stule duly apprcciate
thc importanco ofthe jirescnt crisis, thcro
can bo 110 doubt of n full reprcsentntion of
thc originnl nnd tried friends ofthe cutise,
who cnlistcd for its ovn,sake, whcn 110
consideration, but n scnse pf duty, urgcd
thcm to takc thc field. It is'not our perog
ative lo dirccttlicdeliberationsof thnt body.
Thc prcss should iusist upon a stcudfns. aud
imintitnhle ndhcrence to the principlcs,
which hnve from tho first becn rccogniscd
as vital to our causc, and rsscntiul to thc
maiuteuancc of lopulilii'uu libcrty. Wo
sliall go into thc convantiou with the hopc
ofmceting thosc, and those onli, who are
willing to live nnd die in tho ndvocncy of
thc cardinnl cloctrincs l.cM und piomulgu.
tcd by thc Antimasons of Ycnnont for thc
last fccvcn ycnrs. We cnibraccd thesc doc
trnes nt tho price of popularscorn and con
tumcly; nnd so did thuusandsof our fellow
citizcus. Timobas provedthcircfiicncious
nnd salutary influcncc. Thc occasion for
thcir practical application hns not pnsscd,
nor will it hnvc pnsscd, till thcro tlinll bc
found nono to overbtep tho bouuds of tho
constitution nnd the rcstrnints of Inw. Thc
principlo of nntimasonry is onc of fidelity
to law and order. It is nt once thc element,
thc ccmcnt, thc gunrnuty aud thc only
caithly hopo of civil libcrty. Without it,
the glory and boast of our frco institutions
would bc as nn cnrthly buhblc, a niockcry.
If thcro be nny, who scruplo toudnptntnl
particularly toabide by thc loug-chcrishcil
but comprehcnsivc tnotto of nntimasonry
"THE SUPUEMACY OF THE LAWS"
if thcrc bc thosc who will not forover
frown upon cvcry nttcnipt, secret oropen,
by individiials or clans, by pcople or by
l . .
toabridgetherightsnnd imniu -
nitics of tho humblest citizen, thcy linvo
yct to lcnrn the first lcsson of Antimasorv,
1 ... . !
cnniiot hrcntho in nn aiitimasonic )
Convcntion. Thcy bclong to the party of
mobs und gontlcnien-law brcukers. Thcy
arc wolves nmong mcn, irowling upon tho
riglits of socicty. Lct such stay iu thcir
dcns, till thcy bcromi: tiime. liut let tho
truc-licarted friends of nntiuinsoury como
togcthcr in tho cxcrciso of n frutcrnal
spirit, willing tn niuke nny compromise
which tho unitcd wisdom of thc wholo
may suggcst, as csscntial to tho suceos of ""i1 10 '"iprovc 11 mr 1110 usciui purposo
our causc, but dctcrminctl to rcsist uny!of '"etnl iniprovement, aud thus bo
improper interiiieddling of opponents, 0f pmlifying thcmsclvcs to "nct well thcir
whutevcr tiurtv. or profession, and emiullv
rcsolvcd to rumnin stcndfnst and iiumovu
blo on tho plntform of IIEPUULICAN
A1AY A1ARTIN, oa the AIo.ney Dio
oehs. This intcrcsting Prizo Tale, rcpub
IMicd from tho N. 1'. Galaxy, has just been
issued from tho prcss of E. P. It'alton If
Son, of this plucc, in a ncat 18 ino. volumc,
nnd is now for snlc, wo undcrslnnd, at thcir
Ofthc mcrits of tho Tale, tho uward of
one oftlio bcst qualificd committces that
could havo been sclcctcd in lioston, is a
sufricicnt warmnt, whon thc number and
stutiding oftlio couiictitors, nro considcred.
And tho woik as regards iiuthorphip, )lot,
printing und nll, bclonging cxclusivcly tn
our Slnto, wo hopo tho ealowill bo cncour
cd.by nll ntleast, who nro in favor of
..;.. ........... -
Sions op Titn Times. Wo nnist not
ornit to ndviso our rcnders of goiiio romark
nblonianifostations of fuvorablo rcgard to
the causo of (intlmasonsy, of latc, on tho
part of 6oine, who ordinarlly liavo taken
Irank nmong our incorrigible opponcnts
nndcalumniators. Wo find by a nliinpso
i at tho Washington Ghbt, tlmt tho cditor
of that journal has hccomo qtiitcenamorcd
of antimasonry, insoniiich thntho dcclarcs
' it to bc, "In one scnse, Democraa." Not
only so, but ho niakcs honorablo tncution
of sotno of tho carly vcterans in our causo.
Not bcing privilcgcd with the reading of
that priut, cxccpt tbat wo now and thcn
gct an odd ono from n mcinbcr of Congrcss,
wo know not but Mr lllnir's nmimasonry
J datcs back ns fur ns any body's. His prox-
imity to Mr Van Hurrn (who it sccms wa
llinrn fllll dntrnlntininnnl .( Iiil n i i.i.'rt.t i .
, ... '
cditor may not he considcred in the light
of an oracular proclamatioii oftlio opinions
of tho cntirc cobinct, and of thc whole body
ofthc democracy' throiighotit tho country.
As a slight cvidcuce of thc corrcctnesa of
this bypotltcsis, it may not be amiss
to incution tlmt thc Green .Mounlain De
mocral, a papcr publislicd nt Ncwfune
in this statc, has recently givcn currcncy to
the most liberal encomiums on anfminson
ry, and although thc cditor has not to our
knowledgo made such nn nvownl, we aro
ofthe opinion tlmt hc would havc 110 iusu
pcrablc objcctions to nntimusons voting for
tMr 1111 JSurcrf.
Nor is this all. Thc Vermont Patriol,o(
this town, has a most cogcnt aud furciblc
articlc to provc thc connexiou bctwccn
" A.NT1.MASOMIV AND THE PltESIDENCV "!
The cditor tuys in so lnnuy words, " He
rtjoice most sincerilij that musonry has been
subdtud!" Andnguiu, " He have evcr been
openly and avowedly opposcd to that and all
utlur sccrct combinalions ."' Surcly this is
plaiu tulk. If tho cditor of the Patriot
stauds on nntimusonic grouud, it would
scem to follow that all his party nro with
Mm ) for tliu l'atriot iu tlio omclcurild party
and ncvcr lics. On tho wliolc wo conclude
the whole world is gctting to ho strongly
anlimasmic or clso the Aran Iluren party
is or cli-o tho Convetition meets on tlio
21th duy of this prcscnt February.
Fed. 23, 1630. This is tho day set
apait for tho simultnncous Temperanco
mectings. Ilowisit, friends of thc causo
in Washington County? Are you nodding
011 pour posts? Thcro ouglit to be a
mccting iu cvcry town to-night. And an
iufiuence should bc put forth that will be
felt in cvery fnniily. Let no society omit
to mcet for thereason that 110 speakcrs can
be found. Spcechcs arc not important.
Gct facts and rcad thcm in your mectings
thcn follow thcm up with plain common
scnso talk. This will do tho work infmite
ly bettcr than rhctoric nnd fiuc-spun dec
Inmntion. Tho Tenipcrunce Almnnnc for
1830 coutuius facts enough 011 this sub
jcct to cnlist tho symputhics nnd nwnkcn
1 tlle zcnl eve' v flicml of humniiity of
evcry patriot nnu ctiristiuu. L.et nonc-
TIII.VO BE IJONE.
Il is dccply to be rcgrcttcd tlmt tho
parcuts or guardinns of n portion of tho
young lads of thc illagc do not sce tho
impropricty of pcrinitting thcm to bo 111
tho strcets at night, not uuficqucntly col
lecting iu clans, nml bawling ubout to the
110 small aunoyaiiceof thoso whose occu
pntions requiro undisturbcd tranquility.
Lads who hnve lcisuro timc should bo
lmu 111 1,10 "orl"'
Wo rcconimcud to nll thc young mcn of
tho placo to be nt tho Alasonic Hnll, this
cvening. The temperanco cuuso necds tho
hclp of nll. The young mcn now living
hnvc a momcntous intcrest nt stnko in tho
dcstiny of tho rcpublie. Lct thetn fcel it
moro and more, nnd tako hold of tho great
nnd noblo cntcrpriscs of tho day in o.
spirit bcfitting thoago in which we livo.
"Seed Time ano IIauvest." Wo inscrt
to-dny anothcr of Snrgennt's capital Tem-.
, l--rnnco Tnles. Thoso who pcruscd tho
111 11 . t- .
1 " punusneu msi wcck, wiu not necu 10
bu ,lrScd t0 rcml ,1,is
AIr. Pcukc, who wns scntcticed to bo
cxccutcd on the 20th Feb. for the niurdcr
.of llcr "on-in.luw, dicd in 9l)5!sep jaj on