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11% a continuance of the little harmony l1t
between the Northern und Southern wings
of Whijgery. a motion was made to ad
journ, vWch was carried, and at I o'clock
the Houlse adjourned.
WASSU:OTO. June 24.
to tha Senate this morning the resolution
requiring the President to communicate
the namesof the persons removed frm
ofi iras taken up, and Mr. Bch'wann
spokd bricfy in favor of its adoption. - He
wasfollowdd in a more elaborate argument
by Mr. MeRoberts, who quoled Mr. Web.
smr celebrated circular to the atTlco bld
era, whicb created a new crime, not known
'io the laws, and said he cousidered the
tinciple involved in the edict of the new
Vederal dynasty more odious thin that of
thq alien and sedition laws. He quoted
largely from Mr. Websiers speeches to
-sbow the doctrinies formerly hld by that
gentleman on the suhject of reoiovah:
from office, in one of which delivered in
the Senate, he had denied that the power
of removal *existed in the President inde
pendent of the Senate. hs speech at
Richmond was a!so quoted in which "un
der an October sun" he had denonnced the
Democracy as spoilsmen. &c. and held up
the doctrine of proscrilptiou as (alinus and.
one which was to be repudiated Iy the
triumph of Wbixgery. And yet hut a few
brief pgonths had ela psed. and the ameitble
gost ' er at Richmnoud whosi character
apd , mpetcuey were tint attempted to he
'impeached. Mr. RcRoberts wits interrupt
ed in his rema-ks by the announcement
by the chair of the special order.
The bill to incorporate thi subscribers to
the Fiscal Bank of the United States was
then taken up, and the firAt Section having
been read ihrough. Mr. Clay rose antd adl-.
dressed the Senate for about an hour and
a'half in explanaison of the various provi
sions of the hill. He concltided Iy calling
on the friends of the mveasure to let no dii
ferences of opinion or minor que-tiotis of
detail endanger its passage. He ai ded to
the v:lrious and conficsing propositiions [e
tpro the public to show the neces-ity ofr
promply putting the matter to rest by the
establishment of an institution demanded I
by te people, and which was necessary to
the resuscitation of the eriercaes of the
country. He expressed the confident belief
that the feeling in favor cif a bank was not
restricted to the Whig party, but embr aced
a large number of their political opponents.
Mr. Calhoun then Prupisel that. for the
purposeof enabling Senators to examine
the bill, its further consideration he post
poned until to-morrnw. While up. he
would noti-e a closing remark of the Seta
tor of Kentucky. The Senator hail said.
that the many conflicting opinions as to
lhe character of the proposed fiscal agent
a reason for prompt action. Now, in
hie opinion. It was directly the reverse.
These conflicting opinions shou!d be an
admonition to the Legislature, io proceed
with extreme caution. They proved the
utter want of confidence in the present
banking system, and the absurdity of at
qmpting to perpetuate it. As to the re
Kark, that the Batik iarty was more u
merous than the Whig party, and embra
ted many of the Democratic party. his in.
fbrmation was very different. " He belteved
that in the Sotith, a very considerable por.
tiun of the Whig party were unfriendly to
a Back, while the Republicans were si
oral print, as evidence of the opposiuiun of
some of the Eastern Whigs to a Bank.
Mr. Mangum and Mr. Graham controver
ted Mr. Calhoun's statemetu. to far ns
North Carolina was eneernd. In that
State, all ihe Whigs, and, they believed.
one half the Democrats, were h ank tuen.
Mr. Calhoun said, he had received very
diffesrent4 information, from~ gentlemen who
had every facility of 1,-arning public seuiti
mant, in that State. lic then renewed his
proposition to post ponie t he bill sint il to.
morrow. Mr. Clay hoped not. Mir. Cal
beun said the hill had bieen laid Ott tht.ir sit
bles yesterdayt the Senatozr ha-d deliveredh
an el aborate'speech this mtornintg: w.as it
then asking too much of the tmaiurir y, shat
the minority should have until tn-morrow
to examine it. Mr. Claiy still persisted in
his rolusal, Mr. I.uchanian appealed to
the Senator from Kenttucky, so ithdrawv
his opposition to the pns'flnme'it. M1r.
Clay said he could no', and umil ni~ot, - enn
sent so the postponemenct. Mr. lUtebantan 4
said he would appeal to the counetay of sthe
majority. The quiestion was theni taken.
and she Chair decided that it was carriedl.
Mr. Clav, with a stern Iane, demnanded the I.
yeas and nnys; theyv were tlken.nnrd were,i
for the postpoiuement. 35-again,:t it. 13'!
The Senate then took up the hill for t:,e I
relief of M rs. llarrison,. widow ft On.t. W.. I
flenry Harri-ott, appropriaming a biumf.
which with that alrcodv dhrawin from the
Treasury. anmounts to $25.000f. Mr. lien
ton said lie was opposed to sth nitn high
constituitit ntal gruond'l. So far as aspipetr
edon the face of it, it was as mere gratuity
to the wrife of an individnal cotnnecsedl n ith
te civil service of the Gov~ernmtent, mmni
wvas the first step itn the establisht':aenlt f a
civil pensioni list, which in a shirt time I
would rival in extent our smilitatry psioun
list. Hie quoted larjely fromn a work itti
the Pension List orf Etngland. giving the I
names of the benenciaries, insdividluallyv
siad in families, wvith te amounts thtey an. ii
oually receive-one famiily, 5 hiat of Welles
ley's. receiving upward. of A fify 'honinnd
pounds sterling~ per annumir. andI the Becr
resfords nearly as mutch. It wats this mys
temn, which in Mr. .Jeffereins wordis, senst
the English laborer esperle-ss tm lied; nndh
this was the systemn the Sentate were cal
led upon toenmm~hente by pasi~sing the hill.
The constitution conferred the taxinug pow
er on Congress for certain purposes. and
the bestow al of grattics tn itidividitals w as
not among them. All that Congires could
give so a public man was the amount of
salary fixed by law for his services. Sn
sensible were the Commtistee to whom this
id11 was referred, and whit have reported it
back to the Senate. that it haul no foundla.
;ioo in the Constituttioni to statnd upont, that
they bavse refused to addnltce atty reasons
it should pass, lie therefore minved that
the bill be recommittetd withI inst ructins i
iihe Committee to accompamny it ith a
written .repors containing .heo grounds on
which its passage was ascked
Mr. Calhanttisuppoarte') the motion.
Hie said qo Govermnrt in the world had
a greater icendency to the pettaion systti
than ours, not even exepting Great Bi
saio. and instanaedt the rapid growth of our
uilitary. pension. list. He inquired the t
ason for this grant. Was it because the d
ixpenses of the office were greatet than a
he. salary of the late incumbent. 'o were a
Ir. Jefeirspn' and yet they have never ti
peen re-imbuised. If this principle was x
isaabliahed, that a President who dies'in o
aiice is to receive the whole years salary. a
t w ould not long be reatricted to the Presi- h
lent; but would extend to the Vice Pre.i- 'I
leat, aud down through all the gradations, V
iaitil it would eitbrace every atticer of the 'i
3overuucu, and there would be as much I
ustice in the fattily aif the officer lowebt in u
nation, preferring their claim, as in the g
rcsient itstauce. Suppose.Geu- Harrison h
lead lived thrugih his four'years, and his a
sipeuditures had ,xceeded his salary ; t
would Congress have been asked to make a
up the deficiencs? If he had died shortly ,
slier thle expiration of-his torin, and it wa. C
usce'rtained that he had used his private ti
resources over and abovei his sal.ury during i,
his tert of cutice, would Congress have v
been asked ts mnake it up. He thonu;ht no
Seunter would answer in the allirmative.
Ii whati then did these supposed cases dif- s
ler in principle frot the one before us? in %
no essenitial poiit as he could perceive.
He hoped that the hill would he rcon
nitied. and that Ihe Cesn.itt,-e would state.
ihe grounds tin which they asked the Sea-*
Ate 14, pas the bill.
Mr. Bayard r'eplied that the reasons for
passing the bill weould be found in the his
tory of our cduntry. on whose pages the
glorious actions ol him they were alout to
suer in passing this hill, were writien ill
leiers of light. .. Ha repudiated tbe idea
tat Coureas were to connect tile taxing
und disliursing iowers in looking for their
authority over. this subject. They were
ditimct and seperate. .Congress had on
limited extent to dispose of the public pro
perty. and this was limited only by the ex
ercise of a sound discretion. He alluded
to the great expense the late President was
recsarily at for postages. hospoitalities.
removal.,&c. and said that on such an oc
Casiod it w as utnb'cutming a great nation
to make this a mert waiter of dollars and
The debate was continued until a late
hour, wheu the iluestioin on recomsititen
was taken and lost-ayes 19. noes 30
intl the bill was ordered to be eugrosseai,
tad the Stnate adjourned after an eight
bo.ar dessaion. t
lu the House Mr. Adams presented a
Large unumber of Abulition petitions. Mir.
VHltmure, fitins the Cmunsittee of Ways and
Aleaus. reported a bill autttrising a loan
l$'2,0M.UJJ. A debate commetnced on
the course ul Mr. Webster in rebation ti P
[he McLeod case. in which, Mr. Ingersoll 1t
inude a very eloquent nod lpowerful speech, P
:om-nenlag with mtuch sevehity on the
:eurse ofthoSecretary. Mr. Cushing coam
neuced a reply..and spoke in warm terms
af the patrissue sentiments of the Se.reta.
3's letter, and the appropriate langitage P
it which they were expressed. Wihliout
Oncludiog. tc gave way to a motion for a
idjournmeit, and the House adjourned.
%% ASUtM&T-o.4, June 25. 1541. C
In Senate to-dv. the Resulution cal
ing lfir 1he names ut personis removed fromit a
alice -ineev tie 41 h.a rch last was taken P
1p, aiid Mr. IMJcltolbertl toccupied utmout 'i
ilalf an lhour it cuntinuationol iiisreiark-# r
ihy esterdaty. Thespecial order, the Bank M
-xplanaton in relation to some renarks .b
nlude by the Senators from North Caroli- it
iu yesterday. No objertion teeing made. tr
ir. Caltenn was pruceeditg. wietn Mr. rl
.lay called 'the genttlemtani to order."__
hr. Culachutn exidained his object, sined .\r.
.lay persiatedi tn his caill to order. Mir. di
ualniutt satd ho did not i.stend a paiint oif a
ctder abo~uhd bo asrgued. lie haud merely f
asked the courtesy ufithe tienate to make
brlaiefexpl.:ntiona, at). tlit was refused. A
te would take the Girt opportunity whicrh "'
Ifered ont the bill. and coulil then macke b~
he ,steatehent. Mr. Graham then appeal- II
-d in 31 r. Clcsy to withtdraew his objection,
ehich at last he coanenried to d., and Air. nl
jabn r-.curring~ to the coniversat ion of ni
-eterdla .,:said lt::t he haud received inifor- eel
unzeti.m .t ronghlyC acrroteting his opiinions it
Kipr--5Ced yestcerdayv as to the stalte of p ih- A
ce piniotn ini Nrt h Carolin about the e~
;ankt. Hie referred to the fsact shat the l'
Uestionu had been abrtect ly mtadcl to the il
';eition.cl District in which the two ill
enti re~i hed ; atnd he tn~rritnood that w'
hie Re re-,enta;ttve elected, putt the innue a
ipooz that of H.tmk or noe Batnk. lHe receiv- ;r
'I a h r;;e majjority oh votes, lie also re- rel
erted' tea the Iett aat Go.verner D~udley, "
hih wa.is elevate~d tea the office bcy a very el
aige mia.joi iyv oft Whig voees, tend mtight n
'e conisidered as thae ;piplar Repjreenta- Ii
v'e ofIt hie pu1t Iy in) Noruth C,erechna,. hade re- ii
crohatto ine sthe arragest termts,n tahIis mtes el
.cge teo the l~irIushinre at die meer'in;; taf tl
6 10. the esubhmshet ofa NantionaJ Ilantk.
An extract wad rettd fromt the mnciage t
it hle G.w'ernoar, n haichi fully corroborated n,
he sttemet oh Mr. Ctlahouii.
Alesars. 3lan;;uinm ad Graham in re-.
cly attemrped tee change the issue which
hey imtide yesterdayv which. was that the
Loesk pat itt Nerth Carolitna was stram-. p
;e'r 'hant the Wheig party, as manty ofthetr o
mhalical uoppets ere inet ~ faever of a 'I
3.ank) icy agtihng th:i the Bank parety (or e,
le Whtig part~Y) was stironger than the a
Democwratic pasrty. ,t
Mr. Calheon said, as Icy making a new ac
sue thtey hadl evidently yielded the old A
mae. lie had, nothin;, furthehcr tee say. el
The hill griantitng $2.i,000 to the family ts
if Gen. hiarrisont nas then takent up on N i
hired readein~g, and gave rie tel a very ir.- ti
eresting ad animated debaste. On one ri
idee of the argnuentau were "generous si
symopathies of our uature ;" "graiude," ti
-enihghtened dlitcretiont itn the disbursement a
( the plulic monasey, &c.,"' and on the oth- ri
~r, -justice,"' "haw," and the "Constittu- ti
Mir. Pierce illustrated the tendency oftlie a
senasioni system. hy it history eaf the titiia- ti
y pension Ilaws. whic h, from an incnusitd- p
-rabhle beginntinig, had gmwnti. to he the e
ireatest of any nation en earth in propur- a
tiota to the persones ettnaed ini the service.
Mir. Serier went to the marrow of the ti
:ase. He said it was a bill of expenses a
neurreed by the Whig party, whtich thety.
wantedl the ntiont to paay. An avalanche a
.f oeahe hunters had been precipitated ont I
his citv; they hadh eaten out the subastane, p
f ntot destroyed te life, of the late Presi- a
lent; enormous ex nesles for provistins, ii
a- ,.. er.icur,,. .:. but,,,er'. Wat alens a
C prise from his grsp. It seems to be
ith him a sufficient cause for enmity for t
ny one even unintentiomnally in interpose
obstacle to the progress of his schemes.
od even the solemn dispensation of Pro
idefce are submitted go with an ill grace.
,ast Monday he boasted that his favorite.
te bank hill. would be ordered to be en
rossed before the close of the week.
Vell, the week has passed. and the Grst
ay ofanother, anti yet the hatile has not
mimnienced. Air. Archer has intimated i
is intention of vioting against the Bank I
ill, and there is little doubt hut in dosing i
Pis he ie expressing with this own senti
tents those of John Tyler. It is still a
satter of doubt whether he will act in a
tanner accordant with the station he unow
olds, and of his former fame. Air. Pres
sn. it is currently reported, will make a
loion to amend the bill, by rendering the
nasent of the Statee neceessary tol the es
blishment of branches within their limits.
[i.is is for the purpose of rendering the
ill lessobnoxious ts the cidevant State
Lights Whigs. thinking that by depriving
3e monster of his horns he will be the '
tore readily awalloswed. Ther will have C
3 go the entire animal, unless 'Mr. Clay I
iccumbd, which is not at all probable.
WAsHtNooN. JUnn 26.
In Senate in-day. the norning hour was
cenpied by Mr. A'Koberts, who cnnclu
ed his'remarks on the resoluvion submit
d by Mr. Buchanan, calling for the names
r removed from office. since the accession
r the "no pr.aseripinu" party to) power.
bt the chse. Mr. M'R. made an animated
ppeal to Col. Preston, ts stand by his
leamn asseverations, that he woul oppose
roscription. by whomsoever practised.
so ielp te GAd." Col. P., in return.
ivored the speaker with a stare expres
ive of mich surprise at his ignoraice. itln
specting a politician to remember any
lodges. whirh it would he inevinvenietst
a redeen. Mr. M'Roherts read extracts
-srn several leading Whig paper, ofr the
Vraot. in rehltion to cases rof removal in
sat section. which witrmly rondemtned
ath the removals and alpoiutments if
lose whi succeced them.
Ott mtation of Mr. Clay. the Se nate then
roo:eded to cinnsider the Bank bill. to
'hich lie offered several amtentmenms. s.
fated, as he said, iby gentlemen 0f umuch
xperience. The principal of these were
iamthorize the transfer caf smocxk after the
-cond itmtalmnent hnd been paid, in.tead
I the third; ti extend the aionattt tit in,
Athednens which the Batik tishl isvtsue.
selusive of its deipxsites. frrin twtuty. five
a thirty tmilliions; so authotrize the Secre
try of the Treasury in apply th surplut
ividetds in the Treasury. t tiuke Mewml
ny defieit in the atetnnal dividend of 7 per
int. Te bill nrig;iotlhy gave this potwer
a Congress. This was warmly opeinsed
y Messrs. Calhioui and Walker. Anolth
r amendment #ie-red was to strike out the
-striction which required the Batik in
ip all loans anaed purchases ef exchaue.
hetn its circubsiatitn exceeis three ltite%
me aisuunt of its specie. Thi,,. after a
mng debate, was tntalified. on tIme musiist
ra Whrig Senator. by saying. that the
latk sheuld contract itm new delit.e. whle
s circulatiotn exceeded thiree times the
motuit %of its ispecie. Mr. Clay finding he
ould ntoit pass his amendmnent aebutd..iled
. by aeceptins4 the miuhflic-etion which
Paves the -ection i sri .recise t
morize the Presiideis sond Cashiers of the
ranches. to sign the ntotes timade- pnyable
their branches. This was also warnil
ebat-d. and it was shovwu that Cong-zre's
;sd rep.eilly refus-ed to gra mt this pri' i
~'e tn the Inte Bank; andthat bmy re-strict
mj the tiew Batnk in met-s oef ten doillaer,
udh tipardsi, nearly two tirdis omf the It
mr in eigingi wasdctoe away e'ith. Mr.
lay. however, said it was nece-snrv. ini
rdetr that the counatry mtight spieedily're~si
e the bles-ings pireimisedt bty the tnew iii.
Itutirlet. andue it a as paissed. it was thent
imeunoucedi. that there was a mecessity ci
Iingi? inito lheenive de$%Siinn. tim at upon
ainiros ihr uilce. andm M r. Clay with
elii his remnainingc amcedmients until to
in the House, the other nmnstr-ihe
ietnrimutieon hill was ttasen till ini onimt mii
*e mf m hi.ewhnle, ama M1r. Jiithunson imf .lii
nke for three homurs in s.ippeirt enl it. dli
ng whiichii tie, at lenet haltf the umembaers
-ere ini the Seniate chamtbe.- li.,tening~ toi
te edebate on the llnik lill. Mr. Chiiinni
elietwed M1r. Johnismn itn tip~Wimio mn the
iii, andl synake for t wo hours, in-i hail ni'r
itiludiv-d at three o'check, the statedl hour
Fromn the f'runsylranian.
ETTER FRUIl COJL. iSE NTON.
W.csnty.;roc CITY..June 8. l64l.
Denr Sir :-Ymur kimnd letter m.f the 4ith
ist.. ini relatiemn tem the demioer,tc mteet ini
i pring Garden, ont the eveninmg mmt the
d. atid the resolvce there tadoptedhm tmhldl
meretintg of the emeitrney of the city
iud connity of Philadeelphiai to foirm ant as
cinitieon ini prostnore mmy nomianatim andl
leceitn to the Pretiahenicy of the Utimel
ares iin the year 1844, its beetn received
ud while I amt duly sensible of te hiomnorj
unie me imy these paroceedintgs, andi ex
emely grateful fimr the kriid imtives whicht
educedi iiemt. yet I must hasten Co do eve
thinig in my poiwertonarrect at the com.?
encetmenit. a proaceedinig which, htmwse- (
rer hioitorale toa me. cantnot in mny opini
>n be betneficial to time caeus; ef dliemera- H
r. Conenmiomns fur the first place have
i l ages andt ina all countries, beetn mihe
snie of elective governmtents; ande I have
Den fuly demermimned ever sincee I have
-en on the stage of public affair-s tim have
ashing to dio with such consientionts. :
ave always seeti, and unw see in the ranks
rthie dtemtocratic paty manty eminentitciti
mns who are worthy ini fil! the place of J
resident: and it is my purpose nmw. as
ban heen heretofore, tn promnote eec
un. anti to support the Adltminisration
f elected) of seame oft hese citizents. Pri
ste letters to this elfect I have written tem I
many friends in dliferent par ts of the Union. I
I antswer to their enquiries; and what I e
nw write tarnvnu ist nothinig bitt a repeti
ou of wha have already said and writ
But while I ennnot enent to broaht
rward for the Presidsnev. I am ready I
rid willing to do all thar' I can ror th~e
tnse of demoeracy. The time.n require
te exertion of all the friends of the cause,
rid mime shall neither be withheld nor
ilaxed. We bave gone back not merely I
o the federal times of Gen. Hamilton, and
he elder Mr. Adams, but far beyoand them
-te the Church and state linees of Queaen
knne. and the corporaiain and iaate times
,f the first and secund George; in a wi.rd
o the whlig tities of Sir Rahert Walpoole;
ahote fitog, corrupt and puailuninntluw ad
ninistration was a continued practice of
ory doctrines i)sn whlig pro&,eaos. mnel
he source anal origin if every cur-e i% hich
low affects the English poeopile. We have
ne bik to the Eiiglish tinies when t he
saper systeim. e he ueading systet. the i u
ting systieti. the fuindatietal ysint. (Poo
tanks of circulation.) stock jah bitg. tiatiaon
ii deht. tAXet. paper mwoney. loa<tis for
he existing gernerafitie tpcid. and far
esterily spend, and chiarterel comitpaies
with exclusive privileges, and mo:sopoolie,
and exemptions f lom law, the Soutl Sea
ichetne and a thousand other clenaing con
rivauces. a ere all hatched into existeice
anderthe hot incubnitan if whig legilition.
bNe have gone hack to the % ulpole tittmeS
ahen c-orporatiuns legait to re~at with the
ioverntattient as equals. air tt dictaste to it u
nasters ; when sulimisinn tao inatult iad
lepred9tiun front abruaad. ;tua irittany to
Patriots at houe. w a the practice aesl Ife
xilicy of the adinioitration; lien 'ie
noney was spent fIor poary objects. which
hauld have been devoted to the luhlc de
'nce; when. to ptres6erse pence. the ta
ion was not lout in arms, lut the aiiter
laced ulon his ines ; %n hen gooid tiect
vere persecuted. atsal the had were piraomio
eel; when military, tiaval ani cavil aihicers
were dismissed fraim emlsjploymtiacaa fair vu
ing, ataiu-t t ile t iniser. tul his larti.tis
out iuo Alice for voting rear hin ; " len a
:ret commititess. caomtipose.l ol p..htlcal
tacks. were made ilaequisitiors intit te cili -
luet of their enetisies. and never failed to
iad wl-at th-- ini-ster sent itiemi to liait
sir. We have :;line lao-k ta the tittae,
Vhten this. ned steh a h. tlai, was the wall k
or the Eaglih-h govarinmen ; aenl % lies a
a hag adlua..iit rca i gnie ill the orantals
of % hicl our faileral welas are n o pre
Ie in2 ' i' nith faithful colpis.. he're. la
-vrry ahing. gieoi noud sonall. lhreigi ansd
11aume1,1ic, le-gislaiive aeid execoi ., the
Walpole %% hig mewiures oit the r' jin eel
.aeiorge the aecional, are the me-sures oil atr
ederl a'. hIg, here ;anal a' t lie tsaster spar
to allow ini ca61a1.11and hiould his@r- ..s 0e.1
iase in work in. as ahirgrewa original btai
n England, itey wkill pirnsoliy smwcerti
11 givingtal us a!. msh delti 161 J.11-,5 ma14
ay liajlitrs Us.l ji ei,isit<i, aetsatsia ii-a)
-orporatiiw.a on rule, govern atnd :Ii -e a,.
as the Et.Jish pelstite nia1w% Itive. Bell I
"atcy titoir reitn wall #iit ie (lile su lega;!
.s tnat lol the W..11ple a hag, III Engionaii.i
-that is %ill tarIl3 -xtin tt ten e ive
rear% ; ;aid of this tIe laa.aster 1piras -rein
u ISe a it tlie anspic'isid tllenelves, tlt'
liaereftr,: are "6wis tan.tking hay% wtile ithe
un shin.-s." lia,e in ie n5edlitg is the
aine its . hich t hey dance. ahable ilsatak
inte is the tiie af their sItep. lIene th.
turry in every thing. Hierne ihi exlr.a
es-t.ifn off Cosgreos',. % hiah. oai the ie
puce eel hIti a lozen %' etk-. il ii elr ilo
ires of a -alisoiti..l ouiteir sun. and i-lW
he swelterinx tiezal oi ilie lt, .b Lp., i, aex
tected lt do a. li c s W alpaole acclome -
Isheal iii olie af the se-veii aua try paliaa .
aments alof whicht Ie wais le a' big .entlie.r.
k- a cotiisenvaisnii. hoatwev.-r. lair doita -,,
touch in e suart ;sI toie, Ciongress is la i.
ierunsited te sink itto the qmiet awsl p",
... ......... .x ia..I lot JI.ILo- I t I .
ustie) st' atie otal ' rench isc timrti , for
lie regit'ratin of elictsa; air to reaeii.e, liar
lie editicaition ail' a he A merican pe..paie.
lie .ne1apjhysic. I CO .era ef u lhe iami.
eg~a aurae w te i .a v.a- satii oeht celebra a
*i the Ahhela hie).--. Ina -1 trad, we~ aare
ii be pe~rliated tee votce upion thae brill. wisle
aut ielltig the renain~a.a w bey sir na her'eore.
'.tich the ila-ter ,pairiie psrep:ere hir us ii.
eere, ad lily herl'ere ica in pubbeli.
I casnaider miy.elf:elledl here ea hei re
ent at I he inuataalaion iefa saoeir con.tlit tionu.
land ait ths firmtatiea sil'n new.' gesrnmemiia
at Ih e'tatim- ofb.alai.a sk iaaad si ate. i hieniil
nank is ti be malt? er, and ataelea is tie lhe
hive, atal ithe pel.tte tn ela' sa e~and plias -)1
le-redl fer thle beefri.~j *of hia h. I amit here
at the hiahscato shIle roatiritatnel. I th -y
ainceseh ini thair slensare-s there n. ittlas-'
taing aits I oIiai thtit initromaseat utnj its ~ahes.
Th'li-, 'air is n'.hatt I <anicath a momliteat lin
Arite to yantan i a e.'r tat yourim aapl rie'
Ii is a fr.eak ietter, uneh usa amy r--lin;;s.ha
nae., ands thie litim a-rqiir' eia and a yus re i
iti--riv toani it-a i ni anyv w.'ae ii whtich it a'.in
aecltbIish its aobjectl-at of p eC revenlaaa;
cresiei i i can tthshnela.
ColI. lleniry Simaeen. lttaialelphbus.
We5 receivedl -same a iime nera 1he Raepair
f. J. E.lgaer l'hompcasa -'.q. Cieaf h-',;i.
taeer af lisa Genramia Rajil Illsnd, li sle ta
h.- Comspainy att the lihhIi'! t .\ a - i ;i a,
-xhlaa itg the psrogressa :atel tolsiIto a
bis' grent a'nterprniza. an thle It. cit .\pretil.
Ch Rada i4 niowa. ftiibed andii in enhera iti
ruom4a! A u-ta Io Ma~aliaiin, ahi ine' ail 104
nilesi. Thae contliniuationu aboee a t i.. i
aithe c'hat.rre limit at Decatosr, a ahi<
anee aof 674 mailes-whe. iare'I a'.will ttniie
nith the Wesa'tern ad A ihaie iR1. R.. Iav
a hie'h it will lie tmntetld n' it sh the 'bn.
I'eee river, is Ceiaites d) mcoist S.21.5.
191. 90J Thc grosas prair<l cal the Rss;,nd in
se focr thle year endline 3lst Martch IS-Il
inva beent $155.-225. II-expewt'iiiir,,
;67.283.34 -net puroi- $!99 Jill.77.-egnal
aa 6 pr. ei. lil ite crat tif Rteoianowa iei aa.
Mr. TFhompson's Ra'port is nc'emaattnieh
'V a veryv interestin2 andI''a s vatlle mi-,p rea
he w.ahoe regin S.cah ofr she Ohti.. frm
he At latntic to a he Mais~i~sippi. .en wcich
re ukescheda the variouis Rail Ro-ivI cesn
ections. comnpheieai. in progress iad ini prsi
PetirIan Gun.-Whai t entifhuI craft
lie llaimotre hermaphrnahis. h'i: i-a which
ins barosihat the Plijahan G;uns faor or foria
ere. andl is now :mrnnsferrinc themi tso a
ighiter at Edmoindenal n-eca WharI': anald' hat
'xquiishte iratn w'.rk on the gan acarriageas
rhesv are wornth a vi~air. The citnt arc- af
2 lb. enlibre. We we're adesiroe io see
me of ihec shells. bat they haaver bhseeni
cnt oni. We haelieve the asupply ohf guns
aor Ciastle Pittckney have been landted
here: those nnw at the wharf are for Furl
0?"Some of the annm. How.'itzers, we
aelieve. are of enaaeideraly larger calibre
han 0 ikb_-C'Aarleatonr Merr.
r the fsti ameunting t han-aeeu bus
-ed dollar.' and now it prmposed to I
iske the natioin foot the 1,0. Non an eat- a
inent had bien adudu .defence of a
is measure. O the "entgary. all the in." a
eStUity of the leirned gengtmen on the v
her e-le, was exerted to epdf the letter I
id apiait of she Cohitituing, of which this 1
ill in his opinion, was a' ' tI lion. i
'he Whigs had used. Ge.. ieirrivon to
rostrate the Demncrac.y;.they hoad used d
iai'ame to place such mij in iffice, as c
:'id1ger. Penrose, Matheiv'L Davis, and I
iisers who are notorionsly guilty sif he b
rentest enormities; they were now usingi
is reppstion for enhallair'ed party purpo-j
Ds, and they were asking She Desancracy
assinat them in their scheme,. He cared '
at how' pliant others migh be, he for ue
mnld not counuenance then. He aished t
is illustrious dead qpige reain undis- t
irbed in his peutcefL grave..and not be C
avokel here on every occasion when it
9as thought his 'same'might he sefusl to
ritmose the Viens of ainbitions partisans.
As for me," said Mr. S., -like my con
riluents. I ask on favor, and I dread no t
engeance frsim the Whig party."
Mr. Miller. a young Senator from New
ersey follwed, and aceused the ieito
ratic Senators of'a wat- of sincerity in
scribing their ilipostion to the bill to con r
litutional objections. *hen they were s
ninated alone by parf hostility. Mr. i
lenion inditnantly repellesl the charge.
ud instancedl his vote in she case of Get.
Irown's fatmtily. to shoeshat he had been A
musittent in his opp-leition to the liestowal ,
r what I-e esinside-red gratuities from the e
ublic treasury. He w tbe. warm friend P
f Geu. Brown. an4I hiwas the personal
iemi of Gen. Harriasn. who during the
ief mouth he was Pripident. had twice
eminded his *that he (Mr. Henmn.) was ,
is friend when -friends Ivere iscare." Mr.
Eiing also replied to lihe charge. and said ,
lie Senastor had displayed zeal withaout
rowledge. He referred to his cnurse in V
ie case of Eltridie Gerry, a former Vice
'resident, who died whire in the exercis" i
f she duties or hioilice. iis family were
this city, nearly destitute. and an aipli
min was male to Congress for his relief. P
bill passed the Senate. 14 to 12. Amaung ,
iose sahu voted againsi it were Me-ssrs.
nlerson, of TennesAe; Bledmne; of Ken- e
icky; Lacnck and Roberts, of Peunsylva- ,
in; and Varnum of .lassachusetss. all ?
istingnished in the Republicnn ranks.- 0
i the House. where the Repgublicais hal I
large majurity, it wi defeated 86 to 44. e
Ir. Kitig himself. thoigh he was leis warm ,
rilitical andi perismal frieud. arid though i
e had closed his eyes in death, felt comn- ,1
lled to vote agaiti-it. This was the a
wrse puirsued by the Repu.lican party. ,
i regard to the lauily of tie of their nost e
isinguished leaders, in a case much a
ranger than [he prusent. for there wa- the ,
lea of pentry and want in that case. r
hieh no gentleman has sir can nfifer as an ,
egiment in this. The qes-ation was ta- ,
iln in the passare of the bill. nud it was 1
irried-Ayes. 2S. Nuse", 16. It
The banik hill was then read through. is
id it% friends snodifgd it il sme unin- I
irtait particulars. -An attemssgastoreduce it
e dienomsination of the tn .tvs Is msight assute a
Um 810 to $5 was defeated-ayes 21 e
eg 26. ai
The Senate then L. itsrned smill 31n- I
rs to a tend the resuvat of the ined of
ie late President ta the line of the is. 11
ietein the way t.o its 1-iest and stpis.epriate Is
sfing place, the banks or "ia belle ri- .
c. " I t
In the lionse. the MlcLeod ease was she lI
hlject sit diibeensain. andi .1 r. Csmshing i
meludedici his ve-rfelasbmrate speech in d1.:- a
nee. sit his friensd the Secretary of Smase. t1
Mr. hilimes allis-d very happiiy to Mr. (
ltori'ss'pecish of the last Coingress, where-.
he saidi that the llrisiah Lion had hum-t i,
edi she Euagle sof the free under Mr. Vsana
uren''s asdminiasration. a
Every memiberuif the lass (Congresq. who:
1W held a seatsion thi sanr. would re- 51
esshter that (when she enirrespsindenice i
bi ths alliir was trnsitied) the gentale. i
aanlfrom Ge-orgia and the geaihsemsasn fromi
a'.sachse-t [.ilr. Canshiur.]. we-re 95n i
itied at whatt they 5wspposedl tn'he she in. ti
ry ntns itisait ianli'tedl n this nasioin. that a'
ey WnniId have pt ecipited this ensanstry ri
sos aenttest with Great Britaisi as a ilm v
hen a csarewpondldnee sands negotiatisin ii
ere pendsitng bestween the two Gosvern-. l
ents, from wichlthe gr~i-es reisul wse'sre h
he etapectesd. He tusik te poisision then c
hieh he took now, that the Departmenas U
thes Goversniet enernest-e with the~e
gntiatisins siugihi nW to be insterfe-reni with
Ste actions ofithe Legislasie body until I
e cssrrespoiience hadl b~een s.rsnuisht in a
nc andis ire ressults hiad beena submitted stu
eir en5Si-nfierttin. *1
A aunition was ahe, mase by Mr. WVise ai
lay ste utnhject sinthe table. tint it was
.ansived-ayes 31, nusi 105. a
The House then adjournied until Moni-a
3' ~~VAqnsoos.s Jsune 28. C5
In she Senate so day Mr. Cuithhert ap.
-aredI itn his sear. lie has been sdetainied a
Ss he way toi this city by inldiipOSitiont.-- i
'he Sena is niow full wvith the excepttion !'
s he vacanc-y ini Tennessee. A miessage U
as received from the Hunso of Re-pre- r
altatives, annonuciig that they had pas-.
-d a resolutisin ut astsnd the fusneral ir f
hnj. Geni. Macotmb, and respsrestinie the "
)scurrenace of s he Senate. All eyes 'were
mred to Mr. Clay, who, w'ith eviden:"
sluetance rose andi expressedi an opianin 0
snugh lie woulatsi mke n mtotion, that the 1a
'solution should be conc-urreil in, and b
iggestedl the prtpriety of the Senate mee- n
ng as one sir twso *'elsnek. The reassin- h
bleness if stis suggustion may lie infer 0
'd fromn she fact that the burial grsoundl is Z
iree miles distanti from she Genaeral's I
usisesnce, and the pmeessban was to msive it
halt past eleven. Mr. Clay perceiving ti
-at it would meet wish no favor, forehsire (i
resuin;; it to a veste, andI moved that the v
ersate ennesnr ini the repilution, which was .
greed to, and then anjournted. i
Ina the House, ths enly business sranaae- 5
tud, was the passage~f the reeolutioni above t
Is is alm'st: painfube witness the ner
inuis anxiety ofoir. Clay to press forwarsd I
is mieasures. It re inds one of she dles. 1
erse gamesser, wh4 has his all at stake, C
ad who,. althsangh hsthe cardls packesl ti
Sapprehensive thai-some envious fate
say soiare,. .a.d ...... the long wished r
KDGEFI EL.JJ C. I
TnURAaAY. JULY d. 1641.
Capltisil LLK:-oex L. BONHAM , was.
nn Mnlay fi 2W ilt.. elected. witluout
olpoitinii. ri::iier Genceral (of tie i.t.
llrigade of Ca ahl v. s. C. militia. On the
, .e ay, Major l !tx or if tei Ahlo.eville
Squiidrn, wa t elected Cetlionel of the 2d
Reiimeont f carvlry. attached tit the
aboive 1ot inentioned Irigade.
0' Within tihe last few days we have
h-il .me five for six clompl.sinits frort sub
serihir, relative ti the mnanner in which
I hey are setrvei by inlttension f or tmnas
lterA, ill 1me parts ihio. district ; that she
papers fil in arrive nitzoether. 4r have
heen taken froim the 'ffice and mtttilatedh.
sndl then ret urned ; in somle ir.tanes. they
cuoe to liand two wvetekIs aller their re
Iar 1il111. A-9 we are particular ill niilting
ou int vp um on. It avoii llissing the
re:nhlar cionveyanuces. we thltilnk we ougj~ht
not he made iuff'er for tie neglieci of tho.e
Iame dotyi it in. ti attend and see th the
P5oo-mositers dts their altty. In fuure. we
wouold thnk lto.w wvheo make compflainit.
tit give the naime of the Iotanaroter. anti
the exace't cinie or renues fur cuosiplimint ;
we %% oll ihten. inl juelice to sorelf. piilish
the complainis. and the in-tine or naines uf
the ollief-r cnilophaited of.
The Ploughlio y.- ihe firm nimher of
Iik pceriotlical was issied frmn thi oflice
fin Satior.hy lneo nid %% ill be regilaisly putbt.
lihed t w ice in .evrry ininh. at the I..w
price of SIp 50 per nfiitl. the inigle copyl,
fAtor ciopiie, lir $3. mid 'e tel ies lair $10.
Per-sons who are -uli-crihts to thleo Adter
1scr. "ill recei ai caply tit The Plough
Boy. by pinmg tine ..Ilar per atnnum.
Inll :11 if-stalce- p yeinvtat ttust be aiade. in.
3ni,.e.-TIwce lio. Je4hn Fai-field has.
hiteen nomisaed *4 or Goet titor of Mlainr, liy
she Statet ColivenItion whiei biely mi--: at
. oust I. ill tbat Stiate. 'Thie ai. loe- num
her ol viol--' eni' wa', 3'>2. l whieb 31r,
Faiirfi.-bII 1.1l 3.19.
DA nth of Gen-ral Maromio.-We regret
. the .laidiona;n of the 26th tilt.) ti
nniaoice the oiatih -or lloijor Generni
Alexinilobr Mnie-mbii. the Greeral in cnie(
if the Unaiteal dimiel Army, which oecur.
re I n lihalf p1;i-,l t wi .'elocek ye-oerdlaey. iiis
fiunernl n ill take ill re on Mlionday next.
at 10 o'clock. A. 31.
(eineral .iorcoil eovered ilte aervice as
n corn-t of ir.z.on<ita ini 1799, anl wai in
the- milir:ry C.inily of Ge'n. Alexand1er
i Is.s e et w i:trnanded ut tie 'lnecesq
fi lli !e if o'anh rl.ieb riig thp war of
Id4I!; rireeivel it gnild muetdal four Cn.
vres vir us:4 gnietogry. suedsoe
by. Preident J. Q. Abhime, Cimmg.-.liig
tenerai of tie A rsy tifhe Untied -States,
in place of (io. 3rown. imimtliato-1v after
hii' deeca,. cc hich'l tiooek place int Fesriary,
I 28 Sinte I hat pieraimI, (ien. Mls..inbt
h-, iIei.:irgedt the dcie" ofi hiis etlie'e in
.is riy e I re~ pt aie;~j ial I heeceIC, tai the
froin ie'r'. if thme Utiti ini ob~edientce to the
Blank Di -irnl.-T he Ch~arle-tnn C'ou
rel f th 3.1 init.. '.ny,:-- All ur city .
hi maik (ecept the. S. W. R. R. ilnuk,
act~~ hieb hut %r yt annonneedC~i ~i i. i-sliln)
hiav ede tie hei iir -emi 0n.-unf Uitiiividle:.it.
i' h ihok eof Chi arlestan hiu,. ecIare.e a
,bideun ofC 53 .50 cents: tihe P. & Ml.
Ilak ofl dj ents; thle Uniton llsak of
$14 7. c.-t,; the linnik ef Sciuth Cenili
cc a of $1 5e-n a nd~~ 1h lhe a:ate Batik at
s:3 peir ,bare o for Ih h' t lieu m onthe. The
(ii .;mere i!d J iai ii (CeoclmbI: hn~aleciar.
.-dii cld io .iie~ l 8 petar cenII, or $1
The II-.ather an.I the Crops.-T he Win
yah: Unlse-rerr if th 3) hi itt- says :-"UP
fin the lIihil~ a,., we ha~lildry tiand warm
weaheir. Sne then~t, we have h:iel elnly
heiavvy shisi oef riui.c wiI ith tle wvind.
cut ilook, hienlhlv. Th- Coirn crilp. ini the
immttedist.: vicinity. is. hetter ihan usual."
Ear'ly Pears.-We ternrn, our acknow
Iedmtent . tol Dr I-.ccgente Nenie, for a muist
libieraeIl prelin: ii lu~icos and large5 siaed
p.-es,. prihducedl s hie re.idlencte, Coming~.
we fire dr/ew'craltjCi enn;;h t~ pirefer eating
suc prr to haem:; a prer.-Char. Colr.
Da siruesire Fire ini .Vero Orleans..- AhriU
isc u-clck~ Iia.: evening,~ the large ,tafge
heici, in Mii.senzine i treet, netir St. Patrick's
curech. belonin g to the c'.t t.iiiment
known ni --Penn's Ytrdi." took fre, and
unirited i '.uch I apidaity I hat in the
coiur"P oif ant heour or twol they~ were entire
ly coni'itenmtd, c lth their conftertst. Be
tweer wai a-:tl three hundred haal-t of cot.
mon, nenrly fire leieredl haiwheadia nf to
huneo. nual a conasiderieit qeiantiiy ofenter
were aill detcrnyed. The lose canlnot fall
-holrt nrhiy or ,ixly thwuandJiti dillars.
Mes'rs. Luoh~ethl & Thomnpeon. and
Yenltmanl~ & Co.. are the pirinc.ipal stiffer
cr'.. nlhouiih ii is r~enr~lly understntd
glint their insurance is large.-Picayvac,
The steambeifl Tilekahoc, Wde receently
eetrayed by fire, a few mcihee below Cony
undotte. on~ the Ohio river.