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After a few roimarks from Messrs. Frost,
Phillips aud.1larlice, tho resolutions were
severally adopted and ordered to the Senate.
Leave of absence after to-night, was asked
By JMr. If. II. Thomson for Mr. Craw
ford and Mr'. Glein
By r. roomer, for Mr. A. W. Thom
Mr. 'ctigru presented a protest signed
by himself and others. ssentin_- from the
resolutions of Mir. Unvie whieb had just
been passed, niid taskcd that it be entered on
thet journals of the Ilonse, which was or
deredm,alier somie disenssion between Mlessrs.
'emigr', FIture, lthett, Frost, Davio and
''he I louse took a recess till 8 o'clock.
On rntine of Mr. liein, th lie filowiing
resliion was agreed to und ordered to the
Seate ifmr concurrenct:
J.'calvrl, 'IThat !olnomon Cohnc and It.
i. Counttint be ailplilted uls tices of the
*l+:urmml for the parish of 'rincc George
ir. i'rost submitted ;a report from the
con !mIittee on internal iii mprovements, re
comimmnintgiml; an amppjropri:mion to clean out
tlhe lower paLrt of the Columbia Canal
-jgreed to ani ordered to the Senamte.
,1r. It lett, limi the committee on claims,
made a report on the account of Wm. Cun
ninmgbrn-aireed to and ordered to the
A ill t. amend the charter of the first
Universalist Churcb inl mhe City of Charles
ton, ;and a bill to amcnd the charter of the
('imcaeston, Imlasrance. and 'Trust Coumpaty
-were laiid on ihe mible.
A resnuion lrt:n the S:'ste apopointing
J. L. Pmmvoas a justice of the qinorum for the
Ihrmrish o1 t. T ho:mas andc Sm. Dennis, was
amgreed it act licri elred(t be o rtu rned.
it antion., were returnd by the Senate
with their concurre;ne:, appoin ting a justico
ofthIme tnruim for manmmcm, mana;ers of ele
tions fmr F''airlichi andi Claremot, a justice
of the jpmorum and a justice of the pmeace for
C hester:imeld, and diemntioin a place of
cletion in licilani distict.
11he Bifoig bills which hald ieen, re
turn' by the ename', ba ing received two
rendi::., in each ineml', iere read i third
timec, pan:,ced, their iitl.es changed", to Actsand
ordier.m l to lie returned mm) th. emate'
A Dill for e-ibmuilding, the City of Charles
tolm : (:,mndmr iy nnmenmmis w hich had been
ammde to this bill b3 the Senate werce agrecd
A iIlli to amend the act dlirectinmm the rep
resentmatimn inl the City C..ntil of Charles
ton to lie aplmim ed every seven vears.
A liill to mae cei rt-in api'opriations.
'rntint to notice, Ar. Iaimie olf'red
certain cmnendiments the Iat nam ed bill
e il were adopmtced by the lionmse.
'Tihe following resolutiuus tiers- flcrel,
agreed to, and ordered to the emcnate
Dy Mlr. .. i)oumlalIss,
Ileso/red, That Adam Stewtvart and I.e
tmuel Jackson, be appjmointil mmgaaers of
elections at lRich liil, Chester dmtrir, in
Vlace of II. J. Culp nd JaLmmes liay, re
By Mlr. M. A. Moore,
R.-i:l/red. That Thomas A. Carlile be ap
poinltel a justice of the uiorum for Union
district, iml phice of'homias Davis, removed,
By Mr. Porcelr,
Rleso/red, That John G . Pohnmier, b.' ap
pointed a mnaiger of electious at Pvc's
M1ecting House, cal the toeks Ci m liose,
im S t. John's Berkley pariah, ill place of
Elias Coti:rier. removed.
By lr. Boliin,
ilIo'lrc<, That Joseph Allston, be appoin
tul a justice of the gtorutm, and J. J. V.
Al,3 mmm ;ntmmerv, a juticsie of the feace, for the
p~:'*im hin of A11 cSaints.
liy :ilr. "vmmmes, .,
J:(em/ra/, Thaict Fracmis Dur, tie nppoinitemi
am3ms jnice ofi mime rinterimnnm fmir Andimeronm dis
trimt, imm mroo m mo' Jacob Wacmrley, r'esignied.
liy in'. i'ile [aclin ,
lm'':olcet/, That~i ime Aets, Re'solumtions nnd
.l(ommrmm'm iof time presen mt Senc-ionm, lhe pmrimted
inm pm:nnpllt fmorm for. immemdiamme distribnm
timoim thiamt inhle ()rmiimice ofl mh iCc'ity' 'onmi.
ccI in o ~ carlestomn, refe'rredm to m mime Act ihr
rrhummilding samid Caym, lhe printedmiwithm samid
Am e timan thact mihe pimmner'i of mime A cis bec
di're:'med fojrthi th to execte the formegoming
Ar. l'rmst submmim ted am reiport of thme Comi
mmit teen mI~internl I imprmovemenmt, mm cm ('mmi
mnnc:nemciom flmi-mimhe Sumpeitemmdemm ol l'mmh
I Womrks'-conmsieed, agreedm' I oc, candm cmr
deed tom lbe semt t1m te Semnate,
mm in'o'imn of* M I cms, adcjmmurnemd to 9 o'
- eluck~ to-imorrow.
'lTie nudignedimcm mdissen; i'mom time vote min
lie I ouse on thme prmm nblmm me amnmc resaioummmms
respme imng time Smuib-Tr'encmry bill, andmu thome
memmers im Congiress who hmavse r'efumsed to
vome fmor mime same :m
lIecausie, lst.--Thie omnly rea sons assignedi
fomr thait resomliin e the sup~posedI anmxie
t y of m hec peolei of thisi Suite for time sumccess
mini thamt measuccmre, amnd t heir appmirobaitiom of
theo reL'oinmtionms ofi last inemr, whfemra, imm fimet,
it isc believed. thact time facvomr whmich mthose
rescm m intios havie fimmnd, proceedis mnehi mmore
fm the imndihlerenmce ofnI tihe peoplet, thacn
frmm ciny jiteest which they le1:01 ime
~2ndm. 1 i ns mmCh le conde'mimmmn omory cmh .crvac
tionsi m cm imnmd imm mthe sci it rsmlmutimmmns,
* m imtommghi smustimttemd fr'. mmcy bie veryv ea,,ily
conmstrtued to hmmaveiic thmm m'r me I of, m inst inis.
linmt then practice of' instetinm mmm m imer of
Co'nmgress, whethemcr Semnatom's mmm itepre'('-u-l
tives, hans tever bmeen sactlcine bmmIIy mlii
pubmlmic opiniiomi of' Southmi (.Carmlinmma, rmiir cm
dimptedi by lier Lmegiat~rc't-and mime dot:
mrinm itsel, if' not altogethem' f'miiacions-, am bmy
. theo better opinionl it is helmd mo be, is conmfe,.
sedmly exposedi to so mnany amid smuch stm'oimg
objectione, thact notiing short of anm ev'ide' I
neCcessity c'ould jui1'tify theo members of thisi
Ilouse in resorting to tin expemliemnt so uimehm
at. varmiacec with Ilhe Uniform'm course whmichm tn
tis Statme has hiithmertom pmrsiee.
:ird. Beenmnso the emmd piroposed by mimer
sad resoimions can be mmo other thanim tm comm
pel some of thme Southm Carmoina cde-gtimm
to vomo for theo Subi-Trmeasury, ini opp~osition l
to their owmn deibeinrame jmdgemnent of time
inexpedliemncy, imprmopriety andmc danmger *of' r
the mceaisure. But imnasmuchm, ams a very
grent majority of' time Umnited States have
expressed thmeir conemnatiion of' the Smmb- ti
Treaury policy, the reaf tendiency and ef
feet of those resolution, are to faseun impomi0
the country a miew andi (ipestionmable mna- a
euro- naninest tiu. sense of a grat~ crt. --. A
yy M S4'. + - t '. '11
Ifh4j people of the United States, by the
votes of representntives voting against their
For these reasons, & becanse all attempts
to overawe and control that freedom of mind
with which a representativo should execute
his trust, according to the host of his jnadge
mIent & ahility, are 'nuconstitntional, & dhan
germus in the highest degree to the stability
of republican governm ents, we, members of
the Ilonseiof liepresenmtatives, whose nammes
tre herento aunnexet, record our dissent,
and protest againt these proceedings being
drawn into a precedt.i.
J. L. P'ETl(CRU.
JOSHUA V. ''OOuMER
RICHARD YE'ADON, Jr.
J.1If. AD)A lS,
At. H1. A RhOL D,
FrItnIAr, .IUN: 1.
The Senate met pursaunt to ad.ournenmt.
A bill for rebuiling tIe City of"Charles
A bill to amend the A ct directing the
rereen fation in the City Council to be ump
,pointed every seven years.
A mi A Hill ito make certnint appropriantions;
were severally read a third limme and sent to
The committee of nee'onnis reported on
the accounts oit Benj. Ihart. W. Cuniin.
Iam, and S. Veir ; ordered to the l louse.
The llouse returnei with their concmur
A resolution nppoiatin a Justice of the
Quorum. for Sr. Thomas and St Dennis.
The I louse sei fir concurrence.
liesolniions allowing (m'mitnissioncrs ap
pointt"d to rcpres.mt the State in Ilit Louis
ile, Cincin mnmmatI ;mii ( Chlir!!in hail Road
Companv, to appoint proxiens:
A ppointing Justices of Quorum for Prince
George W inzyamw, all Saints, Uni ion and
A mderson,Jstice of time Pear fir All :aints,
and 1 aiani;ers of Elections for Chester, and
St. .lur's llcrklev.
I)ir'ecting he printing or tie Acts.
lReports of the commii ittee nti Iiternal In
proveunm. reimumimii ling an approprian
tion to clear oit the iiot er part of the Coilno
bi.m Camnatl, and on the communienmtion of the
Scperintcndent of Pblie Works, respectin
tie neglect of the_ late Superiutendant to
A report of the special joint conmittce,
on IFlorida Claims.
A report of the committee of Claims on
the acconut of, Win. (munninglham.
Res omfr'ed, That the Senmate do conur, and
ihat the reports antd resolutions lie returned.
Tme report oif the special joint coiimmittee
on Firida (laimta, tin the part of the SQu
ate, was laid on the table.
M11r. Iiggins, from the committee on
Pinnice, tsked aid twas discharged f'rom
the arrther consideration of the pjetitimn of
sundr-y citizens of Barnwell .nd1 Etgrehitld
tistritts praying for the establishment of" a
brancl of the Rank of the State of South
Carolina :in the Town of Aiken, ordered
that 31110 copies of the petition he printed.
The comamuite on Engrossed Acts, repor
te-l that the followiig Acts had been en
Am Act for rebuilding the City of Charles
An Act to amend the At directing the
representation in the City Council to ie ap
portioned every seven vcnrs.
An Act to smake certain appropriations.
Agreeably to niessates interchanged, the
llouse of Representatives ntended in the
Senate Chm:tier, when the above Acts
were duly ratilied.
After the members of the lilonse had re
tired, the tresident ainnommneed the Aes as
Agreeabtly to mecsnges interchangcd, the
Semiate adtjtmurnecd sine die'.
Th'le Ilimmnse tmet pmursianmt to adtjomnrnme'ni
ammd thec cler'k read the .lurn'tal of time pre
Ont motion of Mr. Phillips,
ReIofr, Th'at this Ilionlse, in test imomny
of respe'ct to the~ mea~mory omf their demcensc'd
membe~trs, Wiliim Crmss, Esq1. latie ai reopre
se'nta tive Irom time Pnrishets oaf St. Phill1ip's
amid Si. Mlichael's, and Charlies L. Sftokes,
Esq. ite a reprmesentatiiver from the Parish
rof St. Barmthomloimews, will wear the usual
mnourmminmg fori thu iriday.
(On umotiomn mof Mr. Ehmnoreo,
Jflesumlredl, That hi is Exellenicy i he Gov-.
ertnor amnd t lie ther~m Comiimissioners appit-t
'id by time State to repr'esent hier inmtere'st ina
time L ouisville', Cinicinnmati andl Ciharleistonm
RI ail Rondc Cmpajiny, lhe each anmthlorized
mo appoltinit a proxy whemon lie ennt tattemmi
lie meaet ings ofi samid Co4mp any inm permson
Otn mmottionm of Mr. Mcmmminmer, Mr. lie
Sanissumre was nited to tihe cotimmjittee oni
thme Legislative Libra'ry.
Mm. Petigrmi, frm'mm the .1 imliiary ('cm mt
cee. subtrmim ted at repoamri mon thei (.ttoernor's
Messaige, n'ecomnpanintg mume 3m! Votlmnnn- of
thme Statuates at Lar'ge t agreedl it,.
The11 Se'nnte semnt reprtms ofl thir com-.
niittee' On ac'ounmts of WV. Cunniniumhm~m niam
S. Weir; comnemmrared inl anti ordieredi to be
Alho, miessages proposing certadi naend-.
liets to thle nppropruilitio bit llm, 'whiebi, aft er
nmonmstonm, wvere n~mee to tamnd tmesamges of
oeiiurmrence r'etur mneid.
'Mri. Elmnore, fromm time special jit comt
itltee oni Flidam~ Claims, reptil'edm the fi
tlwting resiltiiio, wicih was agreed mro, randm
rd'meredl mm tme Senmate, after' sohme exlnia
Res'f)Iol, Th'iat time Comnmission n mime
loidia Claims, tappoainmted at tihe Iast se's.
.iinm be amnthmrized atnd reqiuiredi tO delcidie
lie same ona eqmuiiable primnciples.
Ther followinig Acts which hait received
biree rendings in each Ilmmmse, wmere re irmied
>y time Senmate, ami ref'erredi to time E'ngr'oss
tug e(nmuiitmee to ht* engromssedi.
Anm Act fomr rechnihmiing thel City of'Chmarles
An Act to amnend time Act .irec(ting tihe
Cipreseninftioni in time City CouncmilI to beo
priointed for sevemn years.
Amnd Au Act to miamke certaini appropr'ia
The Senate returned with their concmur
nece the followimng resinmtions.
Omn I le settlement oft the Floridal Claims.
Athotmrisinmg C~ommissonmers oIf Rail Rtond i
Appo1rintinag JniSticest of' thae Qmorm fomr
md A mnderson, a Jttice of' time. Pene for 'ti
Il Saints. amnd Mlannzmrs (If El~..:io.. Ut C
Rich Hill, Chester districi.
Directing the printing'o
lutions and Journals of this
Also, the reports of the Co
ternal Improvements, oft
mending the opening of;
the Columbia Uantil, onifin tn
nicatica of the Superinteii - pile
Works, and the report ofti e bt
Claims, of the House, on tit 4.
A messae was receive
that they were ready to r
sed at this session. -
MIr. Young. from theEq coin
cmittee, reported the follotl as en
An Act for rebuildinghe. i t reles
'An Act to amend the A ing the
representatiton the City 0 .be op
pomnted every 7 years.
An %et to tiake certain- nations.
The Speaker nd metube e.House
havimg attended in the Sena mherund
ratified the above named Ac ,rned to
their I lull.
Senat.. sent a iessagef ing the
Hlouse that they had transac cir bitsi
ness nod was ready to adjou
A similar message was re to the
hMt motion of Mr. 1cmnm dgat he house
adjourned sine die.
Fon R:ntrILDINO -rt. CtrY nIIAnrEas
Be it enacted byj the Se'nate 'ilouse of
Representatives nte itcl and -ti in (:eu
dral .scsembly and biy the nut y tlhe
strne, That thme Governor of -ft t= gle of
South (Carolina he, :and hiet is htiby tuthor
ized c.tal dircceteil, in I le nantcof'the said
State, to issue hondcs or other contract., to
be cotntersigtted by the Comptroller Gen
eral, not exceedin in all, the sum of Two
Millions of Dollars, one tmillion of whieb
shall be p:cy:ahle lt tl'e expiration of twenty
years. antd the other million at the expira
tion of thiity ye;tr at a rate of interest not
exceeding per cent., for the purpose of
proetcuit a loa on the credit of the St ate,
to rehnill that portion of the cityfCthartles
ton now lvinig in ruins; that tlhesnid bonds
or centracts ie issued in such. form and
for sueh sums, anad the principa and inter
est he made payhle at such titrib and pla
res as shall ie most ellectial iiirtoenrin
the ':lil loan, ulon the best terms either
it Europe or A meriea;ntd that the faith and
funds of the State of Soutth Carolina he,
and the Satte are hereby pledged to seeure
the pttncttatl payment of the said bonds or
contracts, with the itlterest thereon.
S t.c. 2. That in order to elThe" the said
loan, tho Governor is authorizEd and di
rected to commtlision steh aged:o-r agents
as the President and Directors abbjhe Btnnk
oft ite State ofSuutht Carolina sh ).,appoint;
which said agentor aentsshall ritnpow
cred to receive the said bondF cpntracts
frot the Governor and Comp lr Gen
eral, and 10 male all such arra nents as
in his or their jdtllmenIts .ntya dobte-eI
expedient for procuring the said cv and
plag ait ii to the credit ofthe S 'stibj.'et
to the draft or order of the Pres t of the
State of South Carolina.
Si:c. 3. The money when ' 1 in
Charleston,shall be deposited- Brank
of the State of Soethtaf oi .se
hecomee ,art of the cu ..ittt
S:c. . Thtc President a1. retors of
the said Baak, are authorized a drequired
to loat n to neh applicants as will 'ebtuild that
portion of the city of Charlestoni which lthas
been dcestroy'e d by the late fire, two millions
of' dllatrs, if so mnehci be requiredl, tauder
the rlbmllt intg rutles andie regaulationis, v'iz:
Clg~as 1. As sootn as the said loan or
anty partt thereof, mna y lbe effeced.- atny ap
plicanitt desiring to buatild tpon the mnid 'htart
dlistriet, may avail hirnself of the benefit
thereof by mnakinig act npplicationt to thce
satid Ilat, set it ig frthI thie plan nue esti
mated cost ofthe hbuildlitg Ihe proposes to
erect, together with thle situation and di
mn-ct,iotns ofthie lot wtereoni the kiblling is
to he plaiced, ande an ubstract of htis title
ltherce o; ande tupoet thei Praeseidlent atnd dliree
ots of the said l1ank heein-t satisfied ithl
Ile title, ntne that it is l'ree from incumbilran -
ees, theyv shalI dir'ect the satid lob to beo val
Ltede by the commtrissioniers hereafter. natmed
whoe shall cert ify thteir' v'alation teo t hte said
Presient andta Directotrs; whlereupn~on thie
said Preusileh-ut anid dtirectolrs are authlorizedl
t td intstrta'eed to luoan teo thle saidlt lppl iect
mte hallf the nppraet'isedt valuei of' his said loti;
andal ipphlli'etos iiir thle suidl hant. shall
cce tmale wtit hini two years frocm te pai
Clause '2. rThe applicant shall etert into
teondt itt a siltent ptenatlty, with c tieentc
et pay to lhe P reasient andie Direc'tors cof the'
.ttid Bantk of Ihe State, the princLiplal sio n of'
haltever' cmay hee lonedi hima, itt ten egnalc
uinuil inttt:thetsi' ; the first of whlicht shall
latte of ttheeond; aclsoe, wit It the furithaer cent
litioni that the coeey loaned, witin onle
y'ear f'romt its r'e'(eiplt, he exeede itt the
ereet iont of hrig~k etr stoehte buildlintg ny m cthe
,niul let of'latnd; ande also, that the stid alp'
ilicantt shall in till respects Cotitply with titue
>r'ovitstions of thlis Act, itaid the said bonde
latli he sete'red by a tmortgage of the lot oef
andie; tand the fortm an ntciitatur'e fsneh heeed
mtte mcor'tge~' shall bIt preseihled hvy the.
Prescidentt aned Directors of te said latank,.
mrtehr the ads' ice anid direction ouf the A tter
eyv General; anid if the said mtortga ge
hni at any tume btecomie forfeited, eithert
ty fiuilcure to pay tany part (If t he prn ccipa
ir ierest of the saidl debt at the timies spte
,itied, otr by a1 hrench oef any of' lie con-'
litiotns of' lie sniiel bondl, thte Peside~nt atnd
lirectors eof tho said Batik shall andte cmay,
titor six mthtitIs niotice~ to the oblligotr, hais
ceirs, Cectetcrs, admuinistrabors, or n-eigns',
aithier plersonlttlly serv'ed, otr pubtlishced itt
me etr moere pubhlie Gazettes itt the c.ity ofi
'harlestonlc, pr'oc'eed to) sell rthe ptroplerty
neigntge~d, by ncuetion, for ready maoneyv,
or the best prie thtat ean be ottiaiedl for
Ihe samtce, ,lhi said sale shlall be delrt i
ed fetr three we'eks previously, int one (It
notre of the pubhlie Gazettes of cte city of.
lharlestont - noel thte mnoneys arisinig fromt
iteh 'sale, shtall be applliced by the Prcew.i
etnt ande D)rectors of the said Bantk, in
ntisfjtetiott oIf thte said lboned; atny law, tisate
r custom, to the conitrary thereof int any wise
ntwt'ihlsrtctnding: And bte purchtaser tat snteh
tie, his heirs ande assigne-, shall lie deemed
hee seizedi of a geood ande absolaute legal
tate in fee simnle. of'the nreninc nur
chased, as agaiast all persons whomsoever,.
their heirs and assigns, not claitning by or
under a paramonmit title
Clause -3. Vhcnever the asnount first
loaned, shall have bee, expended ins the
ertetion of buildings as aforesaid, the said
applicaut, his heirs at law, legal representa
lives or assigns, may make application for
at further hmn,,; whereupon the P're.sident
ad Directors of the saill 1nmk, .hal ca-c
the said coimmisiongrs to astrcstain and re
port whether the -nas oria:tially loaned has
tbeen, applied as aforesaid; ;aid upun the
same hieing certified to t he said Presidemt
and directors, they shall make to such ap
plicani, his heirs at law, representatives or
assignsi a further loan, eqal in anoumnt to
oneo half the appraised value of the said lot,
should ~s mnch he necessary to conm plete thei
imiproveett'ts thereon; n hid, said loan shall
be taken upon tie same term., and stib
ject to the saume condition as the lirst; al
a faurther oam sshall her made, eaittal to one
hal tlie val lae of the lot. shi11 so amnch lie
requirel to complete the improvem ntsit
thereon, whenever the sail coamm'i,.ioners
shall certify 'o the President arl I Directors
of the sil tiank, that the ammst :lr'e;dly
loanted has been actually expemtled, arcea
lly to I Ie provisions ol Ibi law; andi a., soon
as a good policy or isuarance upon the
property, to the extent of the amount pre
viously loaned. shall have beens duly a;
sigmed to the lantc ; atal the said additional
loans shall lae talsn, siu bject to the sawne
Conditions. d.. shall be enred in thle same
atlilnner as tie first. Ami i cae aly part
of tle said two anillions shall remsain, after
naamking She said loant, tie samuse mav he
be lent to ay applicant. or hi; heirs atlaiw,
represemtative, or assigis, for iae purpos
of comlipleting his imsprovC emnts, lil, iplt Im
securities as imiay hte mlcedi'.I Istisfiis'ery
by thie President atnd Directors of the saidl
Clause -1. The valuation of thie las on
which the waid loans are to lie X1:mole, andm
also the certificates oi expnm itires upon
the huildings, shall be tmatle by a board of
five cotamimissionters, two of whotn shall line
appointed in behalf of the S t::te by the
Untank, and two in bchalforl the (ity, lhv
ihe City Coanncil, and a lis'th to be thohem
by the other four: and in case any vacancy
should occur it shall filled by the same par
ties n ho had appointed to the phace so be
come vacant; ani the said board or a mia
jirity, (having been first 41dv sworn to thei
faithful dismcharge of their duty,) shall in all
cases, nt here a loan i. it) be iade or incmemas
ed, certify their vatlnatiln3 to the 11:1sik,
and :nake such report of facts as imas be
n'ecssary an d preair to enablm tie s'i'i
IBank to lischaire its duty to all interests
Clause 5. In all cases where the vain'
of the lot has lien loaned , it shall ie fle
duty of the horrower to cause instraiec to
be efeced t u1on1m the hib linm tIhereon, asd
to Lkeep he Samte renewed for the a, mmutt of
tle loan, or so) mnuch thereofia may' re
ain iupaid, anl Io assign the policy to the
llank, as collateral securily: and in rase
file said hurrower, shall neglect sit to d,
time i ank shall cituse insurimanmce to he clfees
Icd or renewed in liehalf of he President
andt Directors of the ,aid Bank aml shall
dad;i from the said horrower the premi
ut of insurance paid and ill expenses; atd
if the samte are not paid within ono tomh
then the bond given by such borrower shall
lie considered s'rfeited, and lie shall forth
.?lth.'be:bouni td pay up thte whole of his
du+aW liia ajmte tsaia ll been
made paysae-at:slite r. ':: ii mfmgedaggt 6
if the said banik shall deem it expedient to
rcquire payment of the saie; and in all
cases where a policy of insurauie is requnired
by this Act, the Bank may arcept in lien
thereof suome o:hmor colia aeral Sasenit v.
Clause ti No loa-n shmall be maade up'mian anya~
kit upion whlich~l there m:aiy be a wosade.,
buiilding. tunletss uiin saenra inhe fir-,t
giv~eni that the saome shahli e rmved~s wt iui
one yeair fraom lihe pa.ssini of shis \er.
Clause 7. The ' erst iitito b e char'edl onm
ht staid loan shiall b~e 'ixed atl as low rate
a~s wvill coive ciheii inate(rest tio be namid yl h
State wC 'ithi thme necessaryi' eba aso trem
tanoce, hnst the saids rtite 'hall ini n30 evenmt
ceeds 7 per' cent. mer' aninum.n
8 a.:i, 5. Ilefor'e thlie samid loan it eIfeeted
t he (ity oaf ChIm:tristons --hall~lby anm ordlintmnce
toi be ihdsay raiti l'ed by the cisy aumthourities,
unasramei th Stt ie agist4 aill lotssto *aise
rom lioanis o bie imiadei to3 thme ciizenms ofl
Chiarle'sson, nndelir the auathority of' this A er.
SI-:e G. ii T hs'.sce or' Ienamnt for life' sit
anyi hittf land wiinm lthe saiid sdistrict tsh:iii
beii oe t h'i~ciSle biieent sof thlie Iprov~'ii,ians oil
isi .\ci mif lie o3' ner ofl ihe r'everssin sir ire
samader jouim ini thei miorie.~', to seeire thei
.samunt lomainidl imn sucha formi as masy be
1:e.7.'! The mtiaige exceted t by I'thec
ampianat shall bes a s'barites u ponm thm laii, in
favor taf thet staid IIlank t amul its as'iitns. t'irotm
ilie date sib its nre-istry in te sallier sitfmeste
ever;andl all naiates Psh 'issi be recordedair
lod~"aI inth seisters ilice ir riecords lhv
the. app lied as, hebre any mioniey' shaall be
pi-l lay She luanik.
Site. S Ands whiereais, She frerinenmt visa
5 altion of' lhe city aif Chamrlestn hiilv Ii re, lime
dslatrurion llam propera~)tty, ii aw the ho's of' life
occatiisione lihereby, thnliish thle Sta:te of
the evil sof pe'rmit tsna olher stan 'mie praoofl
buibilings ini the samid City; ti:ml i whereas, the
fundias ofi the .St3ate hereini aunthioriz'ed I o be
amdvammceda an m le sseenr'ity of uir ldin s mu
the saaid ity, may b0fVle eatlaenaer, 01101 no
ito indneement isoaffeed toissh a ni iamls toa erect
lire proif hild .inags, so lonmg ais oathlers ae ta.
lowedI tso buaihIi ilteimriim niarea saeitglhbor
hioods of combn-baib le ma~aata1.'ls: for l remedy
whiereof', fie it real, Tihamt hiereasler it
shmull tnot het iawfuli to bulh, us, erect or
conastrucott, wiithlin the c'ity of Al C arlast onsmany
woodlen's or lr~satedtm build ig, ar iin coavera' tnyv
bsuihlinag wi t 'asifofeacombauile imaital;
anld every' bblinihig or contstruion~st, fi-amed'a
sin conlstrusctead aof woodia oar hasving. morie
woodn oni thae siutside thaireoaf, ori athe rooif oaf
wthaich is conistmructeda othewis' thatn a pame
ser~lihed~ by an Ordmainare nrmti ied hay m ho City
Conneil Iof Charl'estnm, aim mthe drhi oaf 'ti 'y,
of' time pmresenit yeaar, ent itlead, *-An tiardl itance
to prevenst thei crectionu oaf woodena huaiinigs,
anud toi providhe !Zretelr seenrmim3y froam Gr,",'
shall bae ash is haereby~ dleclareds toa bi, tatpub
lie tand coinmoon tunisanice, ta nd as snehtha ill
lie ablatted by3 thec judiagmient andsi proceis'ss oaf
tally coturit of' ceail t en t tjusmdaict isanm; a ada m he
pe(rsonas reCspeetively, bauildli mg coiverain irar
constrmueling, or inistaSeietal inla hlinmg,
covering~ or construacting any bibIling, irof
oar conistrucitinal, constrarty to athis Aerc, mar so
thto povisionis neecrihal in the ai.d ord.
nance, shall be subject to the same penal
ties in all respects as are provided by the
said Orilinane; & till additions which shall
be made to houses or buildings already
erected and all houses and buildings which
shall Ise erected on old roundations, in part
or in whole, shall be deemed and considered
within the provisions, restrictions and rcgu
l'mi- ns of tho said Orsliuare and of this
\ett and frul power and authority are here
liv griinted mid confirmed to the City Coun
cil of Charklrston,o determine the niateriauls
ihickneIs and constrnetion of fiho walls and
ither parts of buibligs, ofditerenit dimen
sions atd elbiracter. wit hut the said city; and
tnmake m'zeh other provisions by lav,as they
may deem expedient, to promote the erec
tion ofsafi anI convenient fire-proof build
itcv, and to provide greater security to the
said city From fires. Providled always, that
none of t he securities ag-aints fire. prescribed
by this \et,shall be dimimished by any ic
tion of the City Conieil; and provided also
that the marshies flowed by the tile w itiii
the said city, shall be excepted only ko such
extent a lihis been excepted by the said
St:c :). And whereas the whole prop
erty in which the fundim s of the state are ii
thorized' by this Act to be invested, may be
also zreatly end;tngerel by the wooden
huilings and sheds already erected upon
the said uinrnt distriet since he late fire; Be
it entel/d, that every woodlen hiling eree
ted upan the snid hburmt district, he, anl the
samie is hereby declared a public unis nere,
and tis suh. shall be abated as aforesaid.
.And it shall be the duty of tihe Mayor and
Alerm en of t'he City ofCharleston,to cause
the same to lie abated or rcimoved at :nfy
time after tie expiration of one vear from
this date; niving, ti the persons occupyingt
ile satie. at least three months previous
itice of their inteition to remove the same.
A ill I persons who shall receive damage
oftlii m property by reain ofsitch removal,
maiy apply by petition to the Court u(Com
i-in Pleas, who shall Iiherumpon cause the
d:iinae to be assessed by a jury, iin view of
the premme-a nil after having heard time
irties fir tleir ciiorm-ei; and the jury in ts
semiig thme !aiiages, shall take into con
sideration the advanotige which may ae
erue to the petitioner by surrounding his
ljr nises with brick instead of wooden
building:s; and the iamages so fhiii by
the jury siall be paid by the City Cor-.
poration to the piirty etitlcd. And in case
the (.ity (i'Citn il hiethre rcmovi:n^ the said
building, shall prefer to have the damages
asessed. it shall be lawfil for them to file
their pieiition in the said Court, giving Ino
tee im tihe owner or peson iii pose)siu ,
anti thtereuipon thie' said Court shall cause
the damuiagres to lie as-ewed hv a jnrv as
afores:id: adil the findling of the jm-y -~llmi
lih-(' cnluive upo all~m11 pairm tes; piov idied al.
ways, (itt the city hall not hie botund to in
denmily or pay lat:Iages for any uild
ing whlichm ha;s beeertettml or conisne
tel contrary to tile provisions, of this Or
diniance hi n reiu iim-ue tientioned and re
S i:c. 10. it shall ie tihe duty ofrh-- Pre
sideit ;iil diiretem~or lofth loi;mtnof his. utate
1nf South Carolina to make proper pnoivis -
ions for the punctual payment ot lie itter
est of mich loans as may be ell'ected npon
the creditof the State, uni-r the Provisions
oithi-s .\et; and also, for the ulimate pay
nment ofihe principal thereot
SEc. I I. It shall be she duty of the Pre.
sident and Directors of the Bank ofthe State
of South Carolina, to eammse to he oCUOd intf
profits arisin out of the additionai~capital
created out of the 2,000,00 loan aforesaid, I
for the year ending on the 1st of October,
mi the year of oinr L ord 4one lhontsandi eight
hmumndred anti mlirmy mnite, amid with all time
fumiurie priofits of the said loain, as the satme
shamll herecafter lie annualily dc-ared, whbichm
smdl fund, wiith ts annmuail nccumu tlationis,
,hiall mie conmsiideredc solemnly iclged andi 'set
aparit hfor thme pay menit of ilei. imtere-st oni mlhe
said iimmi, aind thle iimnal redeimipltion thlere
oh : and' it shall bie ihe iduty of the Pres-ident
timd Dir-ctoris of thei said IIm nk , amtininumlly to
r-epor-t to both btrathets of the L.egmohur
lie ex-'tact tate iif that fundte. Wu
Sitm.. 12. When-i the- profitis of the flanmm
oif the Smate oft Soumth Carohinma. ishlil havse
piaid thme imterctat ofeeirmaini stoel', ammd re
leemied ihe saiid st~c-kst, for which they have
heret ofire beenm ilde anlimd set ninmdt. thme
'aid prioits shallt alhsoii beconsidecredi siihlemnm
lili-idgedl anmd s~et aparit fir time payment oif
ithe- mieest oni tihe .aidI moani, amid the final
Si:e. 13. Thle e-idii Presidnt andi Direc
ion to1 i [e At to-rey G eneralmm , :is I hev' may
ic-enim sufliin fokr time addii' ionl sovuice-s r
iuire friho m himim by thiis Aert amid they sali
iso imatke proisiions for pamyimmg tiuch ex peni
ecg as miay he itim-rred biy the lian k in cam
ltai/id, Junte 1, 183.
l'rn he e- ltintore .-l umeriranm. Maq; M.
lm the 1. iited St imes Seii ate. oni Tu'iesday
tveintg, the t28th. Mm. ('lay'i. li esinUtion.
amne y V\r ebster to r-eatl asfoow,
rvais Iinaully piassed
Dci iL fluesol-ed it the Sn cate andi If[ouse
if Ilepreuntactire~s, #i'e., That it shalmi not
mie lawfuii for mime Secretary of thei Treasury
to mammke, or- to conitinnie ini Ierc-e, anty ~enmerammi
>rdier w'hichi sihall cteiiiO amny dil'e-enice bie
weenm thme dillerent biranchmes of r-evenue, as e
oi time moiim-y iir niedittm oil pamytment in (
shieb debfts or diues, accruing, to the U. S. c
nay lie paid.''
liuire thme vote' was taken
Mmr. Cimy, oif Ky. expressed regret that
lhe secondi po-rm ion of his resolution hada
mimi hbemn :miiopted; and hie hiope-d that some (
aib eri remiiceIcs mmightr be providedt. espe
.-ally the repeal iif thme pt'ovisioni ini the de
>onite lawt of 183t;, by) wich'l time ntes of
emik-s is-fumg ntes of mm ideiiimintt~tion less S
hian to3 are now excluded from beinig re
T1hie vote oni the passage of tihe resoitttioin (
vais as foilows:
Yecas-Messrs. Hayard, Behaniiat, Clay C
If Aiti., Clav~ of Ky.. Ciaytonm, Davis, Fuli
on. G rmmndy, Kini, Lmkinti, Lvoni, M'-e
Keanm. Merrick, Miontoan, N ichlas.Norv'eii,
P~restoni, htives, Robbinis, lliobiinson,. I ig
lies, Sevier, Smith, of imuditanm, Soimbiai-.
4pen-ice, Swilt, T[allmtadlge, Tlion, Tirot
Nayss-Messrse. Aillen. Hentoni, Browm.
,f Comnnetient., Strange.
b eC D R b er tig er .
1rmuasUAY, JUNE 14, 1838.
The Iln. Patrick Noble, and Capt. Benj.
T. Elmore have bce9ttiosnitated by their
riiends for the oifliceioi Governor, at the
We muust apoloaize to the lion. F. W.
Pickens, for not havis) 'yt given his Speech
on the Cumberland Road Bill, a place in
nur column. The proceedings of the Le
iislature have excluded it. We will publish
it in our next.
We must also apologize to the gentleman
who has lately favored us with sone More
Meteorological observations. We will give
thern publication, as soon as the press of
mther matter is over.
We have received a copy of the Speech
of the lion. Wiml. C. Preston, on the Texas
We have received a copy of the Speech
of the Ilon. Waddy Thompson, on the
Treasury Note Bill. Also a copy of the
Speech of the lion. Rt. Barnwell Rhett, ou
he satne subject.
We have some Belle Lettres articles on -
hand, n hich shall be shortly attended to.
TuIz: Vrirns...-On Saturday evening
last it comen iced raining at this place. and
continued almjost ni ithotut intermission until
M onday night. On Alonday it rained in
uessantly, and the weather was as cool as
lie early part of Alarch.
A Charle.ton paper of the 5th inst. says,
The weather on Sunday last was. quite
mnpleasant--the rain failing, with little in
:ernission t~hroughout tihe lay. In the after
boin tihe wind blew quite strong from S. E.
o E., which increased considerably after
un set, and during the course of the night
t blew a gale.
"Somei~injury was sustained by the ship
ting in port, and it is neared that damage
tas also been done to the crops in the neigh
We stated last week that $9,000 had been
ollected in the City of New York, for the
-elief of Charleston. W1e are happy to say
low, ttiat the amount has been increased to
1I,0U0. Well ulone noble City!
The Charleston .Mercury of the 9th inst.,
y , " Louis Lisso, the Spaniard, some
ite since. con(lCiaed for murder, Was
A Sit %ia.-A Mr. Sharkey. a Justice of
he peace in Mississippi, recently recovered
2l5.00i0 of certain parsons who ignehed hin
bout a year arm.
A new Treas:ry Order has 3' b
ouded on the Resolution w
ake notes of specie payin. Banks under
he following restrictions. "No noes to be
akeni of a less dienofimiat ion than twenty
lollairs; no notes to lbe aken. tunless pava
d~e Utn dlemand at the place where issued;
to notes to lie received of any Iatnk whicb,
inee the -iih of . tuly, I ~:ti, has issiud arny
inte or bill of a less dlenomination than five
The Bill for the souppression atnd preven
ion of lnndi:im hiostilities,. which ihas excited
to liii e oppiositioni, i'as paissed the Ilouso
Trhe Representative hUhd is fasi be
omling a pugilistic arenia. Tw~o disg race
nI fist and scull /JIts have ocenrred
oithiin thle saume wveek. This is indeeden
emiocracy, ith a vengeance. Whty wi'
he iotnse tolerate it ! Are we to sun; 4
ur notiotns of freedom to run awa y wi1
,amnd is the Conigress of the I1:nion so I:
forget its owni dignity, as to permtit m<
i the mad licentiousniess of passion, ;a
inke at each others thronuts, whenieveri th
laitk lit! We are astonisheid, pained i.
b~e statec of fechn mt inetc it luse' seemn -
iv.e Io tuchi oill'nder's full I prhotection ;
re thin~k, that nzotig shorn of a vo
evere andil potin-ed reb'tukle, should bai -
Mr. Morris olTered a joinit RBesoluti .
bie adjournment of Congress on the di a r
lt appears fromt a letter received it.A
utsta,Ga. that thle ikanks irt Phliladelps ,
ansequenoce ot tihe trepeal of the 'c
'ireniar, will spe.edi ly tsuime thle pa
I' specie. A miee-ting lit the d:Ilere',
mas to bec held on the I st intst., to . -~e -
ibject int o contsierat tin. Theim foil
n extraict of' a hetecr from Mir. Bid J
1. Adamas, on rthe subject:
"l'uni L.. o.m.in.s, May 31st
"Dear Sir-Iin myi letter of the '
atedl myi nacher thati there conih I
or perantmfl re'sump)Jt ilon of l
lmnts by th,- h,;t..ks, until the. pi -
;overmenli:t touwariet n as e
"Thei repeal Iofi the Specie (-e
'logress. mai~kes thnat chaing.
liat, unitil miow, I have noutuo
i(eatis ot restoring it etht mrrenmer. 4
cry aieerely~ ait thei trnmm:in
thuat the banks are', I anm sure. '' mi o.
firt't. atla cark' rest il1t iuli oL 7e )y'
teuts thruu,lutt lite Itmion.
"\ihreat respectt pursI'
"I~o . J.Q . . 1,um \\' r in