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DALLY, TELWEMCLY AJTD WEEKLY
mMnirtnnr & MILLER,
O Offie Ko. SO, 88 aad 40, Vortlt High It
TJBMS nrVAKIADLI IH ATYAN01.
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Displayed adTertaemant.' k.if Ti...
)ft(es - - ni boot
ir eiSbTi..? ,,uWW -r . igirtos.
' ordered oo the Inside exclnsimiv .fta- -
..f" "n tjoor. tha the above riUst; bat U loch wll
Pr Id the Trt-Weekly without charge. J.7. '
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eeiy,esa price, the Dullv. when, rh. J,.
"om -D Dairy end We
- - , - ... v wvhmim rnwu,
BUSINESS CARDS.
erauTDmx nui.
ITIMf OBITTHIBU,
COUNSELLORS AT: LAW,:
(Offlwi of 07 Jod,)
NEW YORK.
mi to
oa. H. B hn, OWiUnd, 0.
Attorney and -'Cotuislor nt'LaV,
NOTARY PUBLIC, , j , r
QIFX0I No. J7 Plan ri,HT,'0DE0M imiiD
lQ, oppoiltrth 8tt. Hoot. ' vt,va BVAl'
olkjMtai.,. otbtr o.tt.r. promptlir tttod W.
33i;coli.lx.:
,tm vi rauoo'i JSitbllahjBnt, M. T. ,)
pROPBIBTOR OF TUB NEW ToilK
wonxu. Waiu Btv, OTtw Bain1 Store.
WW MlbftoUoB will bo
fiTOn in M tti TUkmi
CAXtHbOSE,:
C0IUM.BJSt0ni0. :
temi aodmte, to rail h llmif.V
national-: hotel;
y if i a b tj k f o Vb p or! r t -OOLUMBUS,
01110
' M 0NB DOLLAR PS ft PAT.
MBMa -. t .
P. A. S. SIMKINS,
--ttcriao3r at Law
AND NOTARY FUBLIO:
ODae Aaiboii Umlding, oi.ontc Capitol Bqaar. , .
? ''' ' OOLCUBUB, OHIO,
Attorney & CoucBellor at Law,
..MARION, OHIO. !,;;
M. C. LILLEY
And BlantBook "MBaufntarer,
5uS? ??SL T? OOLOBUStJB. OHIO
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
QolTULxrxToxxei . Oliio.
W. ,rB. ? j?OTTO& - CO.,
MACiEGUMZOTQ,
Aa4 lhanrutunrt of Bruo and Oooporiilmi CmUdiV
. PlobbcdfirawWarkof ill Ioior)ptliml.
Electro JPlatiBgTInd Gilding ! ,
8T ENCIL CUTTINC, AC.
Colnmks Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.',
IMPORIIRa AND SBALBB8 IX -
Joreipi udjDongtl J WJiei, Breidiei,
. ' fco. Ao. ALSO,
OU) RYE, M0N0K9A65LA & BOURBON
W H 8K,Y. -.t-i
WABBB0CIB AND OHICB. 3M B0UTH HIGH M.,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
.'1n.i
(BUOOBSBOB 10 W?lUa.fc BBSTXBA1JX) , ,
No. 106, ;South,; ,HigktstrwL
"" 'ptALBK IK
GROCER IE 8, PR ODUCE
PROVISIONS
- ForeigaTiiid-DunivStlo' Fruits,
r i o r, At TrXiQb o r sc t a 4
TOrtACE & COMMISSION ;
ROYAL QDAEttlJlCnbMT.
-wf -w- i. w,.
ThB ;Uttf-TliB Larjeit-ThB Beit,
T r . Klr fmtnmi fiuuhrtof Mo
"Hon tro apwudiof k. Biudi4 Thwuuil fTardi.
-SSTi,?0 uu"" nlil (tarlwtloBi, lorothor
y. th. aadtnliriNit, anbn ofthoOtiU ltMoToubon'
Moauoa, Mopt owl tin to dm la tOKbloi, writtnft
n vpnMaji, too ortbognph no DrtralooliHoo of
"vrw,r novu (tuno jJMttoowr. o r matt W
toorft, of too Blba ItDfiKKO, u It it aew wrttwa Md
tMTK Imiwi, Pmtdoat Kmtoa Coll.
f 0 tnarrr,
op
iponntcndont ZamtTlllo BoBooU.
. WU.II
BTIT,
h. r
B. N. fearoaa, Priodpoi Olnolwd fieialo aailiu
J. MiTCBTlap'i'pu'btto IcWlt? Bit- Caloa. ' X
vvMyiuwpu aocauu BoWol, ataaf-
WBj ... n
toVJlif'f ivJP!1
H.I. UaKTIh. low TattTAM TTmIm CmBuiI -
Mow IX kML PriiKitiNil !.! Woml IcBOoL " '
. mit K.niu. ruo . uuinB ummi Hum
iu " Trr"- Prof. H Ohio OolTMHty.''
T KDWABBm. Bac't Tmv Ilnlo OrhnAl.
; a.
Bpruao, Crisolpal IToM Ht toluol,' Otora-
' 6 . A". Nob tom, AMoelata Prlidjol High School, OItf
I BTMdniC;PflBbtpf Hifk Btboof; fllen
land.! 1 I ; ! ( I. . !, I ....,.,'! .
B. Doitutroif, Piiadpal Oloreland InttlhiU. '
J. .j. Oiifaui, Proildat; of BlooUs Inttltoio, HI-
W. L HAaan. Pmf. nf rKmt.tr. nhin vu.-
H. H. fttanr, Bi-0maiMoBor otboauaoa Boboob,
. J4-j Uoaaoa, rtof. Bhotorto, Obtrlta Oolloio.
Taoo. Bitu Praolrtont AnUooh Oollsra.
0feCwaat.at Prot las(aa(, Blgb BobwU
M. Baaant, Bupl tfo'loB Bchoota! Aihlaod.
Mori Am Sua BundrtS nlK AWit i IUU
fM, ProfMar, Author and IHiHnMed Sdvcar
tort, Aim pKiorwd M oo nHmmt. ,
RESIDEIfT3 OF COLLEGES W OHIO..'
. MaBUTTTa Oouaaa "It U trail a luiltanf nrV.
as honor to th totbor, tho poMUbtrt, aod tbo who
0ODtrjr,-Prildnt Aadnws.
Oaio Vbmtab DmrniiTT.--It axondi
U Will be ID raids l orthovrMtih Ami nnmni.
Utioa, aa4 will oftD b oootattcd bv m (or tu boU
Webtur't rthtMtrs.Db.T.
eoltjf. w docidtd ' to cbaofto H o eotiform to that
Of WorotMOr'A kmt, Omtln IUMlim..'-fiuM
aua.id. : .
Wimu tann Obum.-ii . flnj H 4AFtk nf
oordlal approbattoa.'' Pnotdtst Hltoboock.
Oaaua Ooll.ok. "It
tlonl. I rooctmmend tt ih .tanH.. .ntVi,,-; In
ortboapy to children and air poulla." Pmtdoat
Am 0C OotlJa,"lAdoi)t and aim ta ia In huk
l. antliig and ipaaklof , tna orthonrsphr and prooao
cUto of WocaMifa- Moal OaarM .(notion try. "
IB all m rlttn. asaAklni. Anil teintilna t kiM Kti.
dVtTorod to eoofom to tht ruin for orttofraphjt aod
plooanalattOBaaaoaiataad ta- Worcoator'i fifotloBary.'
Borac Uabb, lat Prwldont.
Eurtoa Oollbob. dkma. . J--Y aioit eordltUr reaoia-
moad It a tbo aioit nHabh) riaodard an tborttp of
sogiuo iau(aai at .11. W . aoir WTltMa And pol."
PittWtatABdiowf., . ... -. . ...... '
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
"Tht DMIonar U to Uaparltbablt moaamont to tht
lrsJnt aod tDdm'rjof In author, aod to botmr Wthr
voiui oi itmn, too mtonaami aateauoo ti rar tap'
rlor to that of Baa olhor Iiulooa wtth mUA I aia aa
qualotad.V . . r-, .. t, ,
from Son.- B. B. fianu. BD-Oommltrtomr at
BJuvU tit Ohio.
'Tht aioit rtllallt itaBdurl authority of tht laa-VH-V
-. - -.
.. . wb4t TB ; ' .
XjmmAing 27wspa.pera of Ohio Bay.
' irom Oa Otntland Herald a Monk 18. -
." Tht ortbofrapby of tht Woroetter Dtetlooarjr It that
ottd bf aotL If sot all antbon oi dlitlDOtlta to Ihlt
ooaolry aod (Dilaod, tad conform! to tho leatral Biagt
of ordlnarj wrtttrt tnd tptaktrt.'
WbatoTtr prtjodlon ma, ban ezltted prerlonitf ,'a
oararni itaaj or uit roiomt win iBTanaoiy ot roiiowtd
by a warm appraoiatloo of In" f rcat mtrlta, and a dettrt
to add It to tho wall toltotad Ubrarjr, bo It largt or tmall,
ltd a library laltaelf, and will rtmala ao, luptruhA'
bit raoordof IhotaamlBgofltacocapllor. -
Iron IAt CtnoMfuM Qommtrrtalq'Apra 10.. "
Htrt art npwardt of a baadrad ihoaaand worda good,
bad aad Injifferant whott aiattlftiioiu maaalBgi tod
dtitratloaa, togothor with their correot palling and pro
nunciation, tia Ml clearly before lb" eyo The work It
anqotttlonabi tht grctwat Zhtaaorutof Jngliih VVorU
trar pablUbtd... .. . ;- ... . t-
Irom tht Clntkmi fUilndeaitr of$p. 10, 1860.
Krldeotlr WojtctaTau't BotAL.QoABTO Dictioukt ft
aol only lit kui, but tht kt wot of tht ktnd nr U
atri.tDdna tr bo poi.Wllfler bjoomftntoapr
OOBtrOTOTBf. .. . . .. - . . .f..-
. 'trim t,t TUodo JUudiq JfuyW.
" At to rnoxDiiouTioii, Woaotrroi tt xni STaxoABv
followtd br oor bojt tatbortt In dtUoltlong ht rT
aothlng to bx dtalrod. abd Is OHTaoaaArar (i It ufflc(oi
to aay that WoaoarrrnaAa bt tafe.f followed.
'" IKOIIAVI dc ; BitAOtt,"-! ''
Piibllabef a, BopKaoIlera &JStaLtfntf,
NO. W oUt.BWOB; oI-OLBTXLAIIBOUIO.'-
LIEEISIJRMCgMFAY;
' .... ' .
DlTldcna Januatrr l"lr0l148Paa'10ni,
AB8BTB .... V.: . WOJiia SO.
Statement Jranonrr 1, ,861i
Salaoca, par lauaaMBt in.' lat, 1800 3,400,58i It
aVtatlvad for Pramlami dur
ing tht )ar 10 .....B78B.OS3 SS
Baoairad for rntorort during : i '-'.It.' '
Uv tar 1680 fid Old 19
, . .. t , . ' 1 1?
Total rtoolpl for lW0....BW7rS07 T. - ,
Paid Olalmtb, Ptath,97)3tJ 00
Paid Polttitt arito. r . - , -- '.
dtrtd .Mr.... 41,111 19 , riu'-i I
Paid eaiarltt, Po.t- ... .. ,.r.
ara. Ta
Taint, -
ooABiro, tit...... IlJBO M
v-1
Pal OoraralatioBi to
Atrantt 1,S2$ 30 -,
Paid Prvtlciaat' fata. I MrtlJ If
Paid ABnultlat....M . 1 .417 00
"1
Paid Dtndwoa dar
log tht .y,t:J.7? w.qei m
.4ILJKL1I
Bt Balaoet Janaary lit. 1681. BS.61MN M
l ABBBrB.j.-, , :
Oath ob hand.... f0,6364 10 , , , t
Bondtasd alurtgagttoD Beat
- tat, Worth oooblt (lit " m1v ' '
amoafilf loaatd.x........ a3B7,9fl 18' ' .
Pronioa Botat, ob Pollctet , t ,t .. 4 , A
atot inurwt..... ....... l.Sf79M Wc'
It sal Batat.n.. ..... - 90 W 87 .5 -Loaatoa
atrip , jS,IW144, t. ,
nl'
woana of trtmmlmlon.
..f 3.!HI 73 '
'11 1 ' a: ' 100
total At.... .,...,.,. iaiJJog go
TBT6PolWttlBforo,fBforteg.i:.vi.A,dgo,509
s 1,431 tew PoHciei Bar been liroed daring the ftar. ;
, altar t otrtral ealcalattofi of Iht present Ta'ot of the
OBttUudlag polloleeol the Oompanp, and kaettig tk
ntetttary (mount la reterr iherefot, lb Dlreetora
hat declared 1 DirisiaB of 45 per oeut. on iht Prenl.
eras paid at the sable rates, lo all pollelet fbr rife to force,
leaned prtoa to Jaoaary I, levft, payabls acoordlcg to the
present tale er to Uomptar.
tuiearor ail unatet Lite Donangeeolet, Protpeot
, lutemanta, and ApplieatlODt, will bt furuUUed
wiTBotnf tBAtaa, at tb Omot or Agtoaiei ot tht 0on-
' B0BT. L PATTBR80N, ProtldtBl. .
r"1 I" O. BBOVia, Vlo President. '
BBHJ, g.mxiR, Baaretsiy.i , , -,.
a--. aa. aa. uareiiN 14
:t1
" ' Ho. 4 Juhnioo Block. "
aiareBao, van, taw .,
1 '! UUU au.nea
- OolotDtma 0.
Tl L. A I N A M
II. DRKHI 61LKI.
riOUHEI R LA flit
erf aMn. .miU . tk. 1
airtaiiit In the IV, and at afoot rea..oablt raiee.
- s. BAIN fc o0(f, .
, Hf. Bt loath Blfbttr ; ; -
p,i
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
Bnnr. - -hrr. ir--j.;
RAILROAD.
Oonaaotlof atOietUlnaiwIth Ot PirTBBUMH; fT
I WA7NB 4 OBI0A3O BAIUtOAD
Sr Wttburvh, fUladUpU and SatHmort. Alio
I M Jbrl Waynt and Chisago.
ponotlB at Clmland with thaLAU BH0B4 'TV
i : BOAO
Bwnt and Naaw lug-iT.
TWOltAINS.DAaXY,: r
t wojpr BUK1AT.. , .
t , ProAl Coliuahaa, u, tooaeotloa with Tralagat tht
UTTLeiAitJi and coLumsca
! BIB8T TRAIN."
iif.'?!11''"1- ColoBjbai at I SO A
tf.l
K-lmi "",ratai atauoua
DardlLftoD, ttllcad, ualka
top at Dtlawar
BECOHD TR1TV
w",1..1,0"5 "P""S-L.Tt. Ooiumbutal IU P.
SOB tig
A. M .
York 90
COKBIOTIOKg.
rowoTo,dochc...o,oyua,, fcfor
Patont Sleeping- Can ara run oa all
Sight Trains to Chicago, Kew
, Tork and Boitoa. , '
RETURNING.
-ri'11fb1'1;,7?",rr!T,,,tColIU,,w,t".l:30 A. M.
OidclBBatl haprattarrlTttat Coluobat at 1:30 P. Id.
Fare aa Lew aa bjr aarotber Bent.
"a ft" TicktU ti Crttllintor Olevtland.
'J:'.', t . B. B. f LINT,
" J bBptrlBUodtot, OlmliBd, Ohio.
. JAMBI PAtTBMON, Agent,
OoluaibBj, Not , 1881.
Ooloabu,, Ohio.
waiioj, aaa at all olbtr ttatloat aoaa aw. arrlrlni at
J" J" " A" : A. Krtr Y.tk 14 M.,BwiJ
aaa at ail atationa tnnh ol
P. Al.. BoajiB ISftli M't aiitaiw
if ,
aTJEHNSBy'8BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RCiTlOVeS AND PREVENT! I Pt
fl Am IB a Ma-m and matin aA Uula al . .
1 - aaaaiai anauAaa gaWwalgl (aUV wVlW WBcH
toaM,oraiaa,oat or freah wound of ana .tod,.,TCBta
twalllog and pala from be attagt, tnoamlto bttea. aad
poiaoooB plant, nturalfrta, beuajattam, agat to tb
BraaaL aalt return. -u- . Wh.. . ' T7T 7! Jrv;
. , ..ww ... U IHHIUUlf, II WUI
pua!tlYl cart oronp U oblldrtn. and gtrettolBiadtaU
rallaf In tha ami M.Af iki. u . .
. - hiw or 1 iui pompiaioi: alto.
teatore hoanonoaa aad tor throat. Prtoo, 8 oaatt
bottl. .Bhoaid b lo rr i) ooum. for tlt b. Draa
IltUudgtorttteptri. IKTllf BtONA,
Wainat In.tln. . k. J... -v.
- - - - " w u.u, vuo aoon prtparaoooa
- . v. ui ob atai oy rropnttor
- .7, : . . wmca mini w royal
oiant, wno will nod daTelopmtntt to Both worths thaH
uornapoDooLoa truoitca rroaiall who to ntoanltltt 01
earlotlta uromnta ta a trial .if ti.. .w.. i. . . n
dia ' irz. .r, vwavr Aia
Por tilt by tht Bioal waoltwl aad ntall d osier
Ttiy wbtrt.
JOIXN V. trVTSfCE-WELL P toy 1 lvt
OBCMieT BMS rHABMACIlmBT,
So. 9 Oonunerelal Wliarf, Boatoo, KaH.
Roberta A Baaiaol, M. B. MarpU, J. B. Oook, J. BT
Poalg. G. Denl Bona, A. ). Bohatlltr A Bon, Actntt
tor Oolambot, Ohio. , . - , Bulalr
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Bt Artiriolal . Help to tfce
Unman Hlgu.t ever InvenUd.
JOSEPH 8. PEBXEY, v.
PRACTICAL 4 flCIENTIHO OPTICUN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASKCVRT.
intni of tho niost Improved klodt of BpoMacle.
" , "iniuir ior Dar or rar-atrntMl
-BWHcaro innrBi rorn wits nt grtateat ear,
to at -to aalt the Eyas of all oatet. oaring WtakBOM
Ditaineti or Inflammatioo of iht Bret, aad tapertloa
treniUb for long reading or tint ttwlog.
omot u Bait Biat ttreel. at Boltatr Wrbtter'i
Motto Btort. ...
aag)-al
;J;jyi. & V. KCERFJER.
ZeTO. 00,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
Z:: OOLUMBUS,
1 ,;-
SBALIBS IK
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
AND
'-! PROVISIONS.
.--.FOREIGN & D0ME8TIcTRUIT8, .
PI0TJB, BAIT, liaU0E5, ETO.
Oy8riB8 BT TUB CAN IB fans' .JASON. "
OOt85-dl7
a-'
AUCTION AND 'COMMISSION
0.0 3VC.
THB SCBSOHI BiH U A VINO TAKEIB
' a least ob lb Btor Boea
No. 11 East State St,
hat opontd Uatao
.JAacticn & Cokmlssion Rooiaic
Z,.0,, fnPn o re-slT oq Ooaatajlon awarj
dtaoriptloa ot property tuoh u Dr, Ooodt, Omeerlee,
KiaaTiai CtrHage,, Uortet, tie. He bin
iDteodi o d.Tot hit atiaottoB to talet of Real laiete
5jI5,t' M B01 polat, wlthU twuty. alls,
" a' '' '" ' ''
v Auction Sales. Eyery.Evoiung.
VODiignntatt rtfpMtrallrtoliolttd
' ,i i- . Vp. a. jri
'sT ""vi itu .
V. A. AJUft. iactkater.
..aoll
Oxaaberrlea ll Craaxborrlea I
i. . i
tin BNLM, OKlUBGHUlei.U OOOll
fotsflBlowbjr,
77
. . . 7 . f . . . ' tr a. a
MtSS
1 1 BtBjW . . w a. BB'nBAre.ivj
, .. , , iMdmthaiigh iu,t.
D- li.'Wtl
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
. m
RAILROADS.
For Clnoinnati, Dayton V ladlevupoiirf
,'..j:f;.:T;::a v, j .-ru :.., .
Tbroagh fo InAiuiDorlg wlthoot Cbaoofdsri.
, M One Chug of Catfl beweeri
; ColnabBB ud Bt; -JVoale:- ; 1
Oft a4' Af tr Monday, ToTWa.l)ai
Ue '
Four Trains Dailj from Colambua.
FIRST TRAIN. :
1TTBHT XXPBB8I, tta Dayton, alt a. m., ttepwtaf
et Loodoo, Xonlav Bapton, Mlodletowa and tUadltoaa
arHstag at OlaolooaU at 7:40 a. a. I aaAatPayloa at
:01a. re. I mootlag at OlodnnadtoalMilsrUla, Via
Atnuee, It. Luala. and all points BoBthwett; arrieint
att. Loats at il40 o.B i eonneoilna- at Daanoa far
ladlanapahe, Lafayette, fort Ham, Chloaeo, aad 111
petait Weeli wrtrtDg at ladlaaapoUt t 10.40 . at. ,
' t -.1 ... SECOND TRAIN.
AOOOUU 0f A TIOM atlrtb irm.', itopptor akiiB.
dob ot.weao Oolaanat, Oioataoad aod Daytna, en
rMng at fitaalBaatt at ioai a ., an at tabmat
I uBoeUi at OtodoBttl with Vail Un
taaabsate for UaUrUl, end at Daftea far laehanaa
0Ua4thWaa r .-..! "..,. . ,u a,-
.-.TinRDir
VfTPBKlB at 1:M pi airttopptni at Jtffttaoa. lea
doa. Obarleaion, Xeola, Oorwla, Uorroey, to. Ubaaoa.
foster' Lsrtlanl and Hllford. arrlrlog at Olasiaaati
at 0:44 p. n.,et Daytoa at J p. n-i oonoMtlna at Ola.
with tb Ohio tad atlstUilpirl Trala for Loolrrlll. Tin.
oenns., u Laai t., to arrlhig at It. tsoie t
lOttt a. m t ooooeetlng at Daptoa Por lodleoeDoll,L.
fayetu, Itnaflaut, Chisago anil ail pvlsa Wttt, -, ; -
( FOURTH TRAIN.
- . a . . . .1 ' 1 '
MAIL at 4 p. ta itopalog at all lUttoal batwata
Oolanba aad OlaoUsiUi arrirtBg at rinntnneal at tvit
'.iiit .
ITT Por further InformaUoo 'aod Throata flektta,
tppU to M. Li DOHBltrX, Iloket agent. Union Depot,
.' ' MP. 8TBABBB, f, " .
' flenttgl Ticket Agent, Clntlamtl. '
, -. 1 JSO. W.POHBBTT, ir
Agent, Oolaajbat,
1 I. W. WOODWARD,
' luperlDtemlent, Claatdjatl. "
Oolaabua, Hot. 10, )801. - ... .1
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. EAST.
1861. 1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
CENTRAL OHIO AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
"OOBJfBOTIK" At PIirBBTOOB WlTBTHI "
PennsylTinia Central Railroad
orris tbi
Bnarteat, Qalclteat and Daatr.
.. Pla Haute) to alt Jr. a tar a C11cb. .
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SPEECH OF HON. S. S.
OF OHIO,
On the Detention of the Perthshire; Delivered in
the House of Representatives, Dec. 17, 1861.
Mr. COX, from the oomtnlttce on Foreigo
ASalri, reported a bill for th rlif nf ik.
owDer or toe untigii .Dip ferthiulre, wbioh wai
- . - wa wuap
raw a artt ana aeoona time. .
.TBe bill diraota the Seoretar of the Trnn
T PT o tbe ctJer of tbe proper fuooiloodry
of ber Brlunolo Msje.tj'a UoTornment tbe
an or f i.ouo, m tail cotnpenihtlon to the
owner of tbe B.itUh brig Pertbiblre, In oome.
qatpce of ber deteotioa by tbe United 8tie
mn,r luatgaonaieit-, in Jaoe latt, nnd.r tbe
impreiilon tbat the bad unlawfully evaded tbe
bloakadnnf tbe port of Mobile. -Mr.
COX. I no aak the attention of tbe
nouae to tne letter of tbe Beoratar of Btataan.
.l. .k. will " "
wwimiiiu iuo uiiia .
1 be Clerk lead tbe letter, follow.:
DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
WASHINGTON, December 12, 1861.
Bai thtTslbshoDOr toaoknoerlada the saaalnt af
yoar not of this dais and, la reply, to communicate a
oopi 1 of th paper. reUiIng toforeUa affaire, laid befor
Ooagrat with tb President' aoooal manage. Oa pan
IKl anil Mil .i-l a i . . . "
V ' ta v. uieHosoaea.. en ue ma-
tertal pap,, reietta. ta thaeaes ed u PerUrahlr nay
In ooBplltrc with your r-quMt a draft of a Mil npon
th .uljeoi 1 i.o hs.t.l.h tuel.ed. At tbe Batter to
.. rw.u,f noporiaooe, oa a. tnt tsetm. to base
ll would b good polloy at ihl. tine to ilify th elala.
Boaor to b. lr, soar
1 w . J WU . Hll k K R nn-iiTM I r. f u I .. I . . k -
WILLIAM H. SEWARD.
OommUa on foreign ait.i-
Boat of BtpreatniatlTc, .
Mr. COX. , Mr. 8aakV 1 .m ..... v. .1..
fpforraatlon of (be Hooi, that tbli bill wa
drawn bj the Secretary of dtate. in aco r Janoe
with tba reoommetidailon of tbe Freldnt in
hie anneal idiuiii, On Da-a B af tha m.a
.ge be lofitea tti aUeotion of C octree to tbe
-uriaispuuuenoa oetweto ner HrHaonlo Milntj't
MloUter aocredited to ibl GoTirument and the
SeoreUry of State, relative tp tb detnUon of
tbe Brltiab ibip Ferthsbire, In Jane last, tcP a
appoted breaob of tbe blookade; and be :
At thb dataatloB wa aoouloatd by n ebrloM n.Ur
Prab'B.IOD llf th SOU and aa in.tln. nnl... .1...
hoal4oBintBob.lllg.r,ntotrot foondad la strict
. -..... j puono law, 1 isooamend that Bo
approprlatioa be Ban to tttl.ry th rtuonabl demand
of tb owner ot thTatrlforhrdtantloa. - -
I have examined the doonmenu referred to
by tbe Seeretary of 8tite ery carefully; aod
from iben I glean tbe facte whiob I will atate
britfly to (he House. The Ptrib.bire i. a Brit.
Isb ahlpi owned In Hartlepool, England. Sbe
aiiea tneooeondrra obarttr for a LlterpooH
""""i imeoumg to go 10 aT'oaacola for the
parpoie of getting a cargo of timber for tbe
United Klogdotn When ahe got to Feoiacola
be wai informed by the offloera In come tad of
oar tqnadron there, that the blockade bad be.
gnu there already, aba waa warned off. Un
aer her charter aba bad tba pr.Tiiege, with tbe
eoDient of the agentot tha owoiP at Pera.oo
la, to go to tba port of Mobile. She aaked (be
quaatlon of tbe oommaoder of oor iqaadron at
Penaaoola, whether tho blookade wa in force
at Mobile. He told tba oaouin of th. P. -th.
abire tbat tba blockade waa not In force there
one ioo laneq tor Mobile and arrived there on
theUtbof May. The blockade at Mnhiiah..
gan on tbeSO.h of May. At Mobile abe load.
erj a cargo 01 eotioa and tailed on tbe 30ib of
May, after tha blookade had commeooed, but
within tbe lime allowed by the jroolamatlon of
tbe President for vea.ela to go ent. When ahe
Oame OUl Iba Waa again ovarhanlart h. an
teamert, but waa permitted to goon.' Sbe
lailed above two hundred tnllea, and wee again
OTtthaaled' b- the ' Btaamit Maaanhnaaua
wboaa captain pat a ptlae crew of tweotvoine
men and two cfBotqVon board of her and aent
ner dack to rdoaacMa, she wai tbua detained
ome twelve cajjAbe price rraw meantime liv
ing npon tbe elup'a atorei Wben lie re.ohed
Fenaacola, Ibe'baptaln of oor equadnn thtre.
uncasmiuiBj ner paper, Otomlttdd ber to go
npon ber voyage dlanvijed ber without piyiug
damsgea for tba ergJr and detention. Uoder
tbeae oironmataooea, iba Biitlab Uovcrament
oomplained earneetly, and Lord Lyooa laid the
cat before Mr. Seward. Mr. S-ward o.u.ed
an exminatloo to be made by tbe Navy Depart,
meot, and ou thai examination he reoommende
tbat wa ehonld do juatloc In thla partloalar oase
to Great Britain. '-
Now, Mr. Speaker, I do not believe, 10 far
aa a oae of tbi kind ia oonoerned, that there
oan be any objection to the Home coming np
promptly aud dolog Ita whole duty to the Brit-
lan uoveroment. Wbenevtrour offloera have
been remlsa, or In any way have inlrmged npoa
(be marltlmo right of Great Britain, our Gov
ernment now, a they always have been, are
prompt 10 reapona in a case wbioh lg perfectly
right, aa I believe (bis to be. Tbe amount ia
iuoonaldorable, but prompt action at tbii time
win nave a great deal ot aigniucauoe. I would
not to-day criog In tbia bill if I believed tbat
any Infereooe wonld be drawn trom tta paaiage
that ll wai dictated by any ooooeasion to Briiinh
artogaaoe. I would not aak this Home even to
do a matter of right nnder a threat from Great
Britain, or under (be diotatlon of ber arrogance
or jawloo; bat in order tbat we may demand
oar tight or Great Britain, we ibould alwajt
k. ...J. J. J-L. I . '
no tseuy u uu rigut tow era ner.
In the jealoa detent of oar maritime rights
oar offloera may exceed- -their duty. -The mo
ment tost ia aaeertaiued j as it la in tbia oatance.
tbe Govirnmeni will take pride ia according
laueiaouon. uqr uoveroment must do ill duty
In order to anert ita rlahta. ' 1 . ' : .1
It la to be hoped that the aotlon of this Home,
at leaat toward foreign Powin, will show a wtae
and Jua( eonolliatlon without any timid or time,
aerving anbmiation. While we wonld not yield
one inch to any servile fear or ungenerous ooav
pulsion, aucn is (nreatened ty the late news
from England, it ia beoomlng the dignity of tbe
Repoblio promptly to remedy grlevancta ' Tha.
we are triply armed to demand Diero.a ivaa be.
longing to our iiationalitj, both at home and
abroad. .'i.j !,'.. .-v., 1, ,u n " i: ft...,
Great Brltalu abonld, and I -traet wlll.-aeet
na in thlt aplrli. when-wedemaad of ber why it
is that sbe has a(T pled an aejinai inSontbamp.
ton harbor td tba W.Shvllle. .Without natloa.
ality, without eves tbe pretetee of a barosrotpj
privatetriog oommiatioot and alter bearing an
envoy of tbe rebels (Colonel Pry too) to Great
Britain, aur ovcroanting tne - Harvey Kirch
npon lb blab teaa. almoet wltbin sight of tbe
choree of England at kp dragging down tbe
stars ana jrip iraca tnatenip aaa Ptlalng In
stead that strange baimr of iilpltriped infa -
my; aitet irouing mr crew, aod witn the red
baud of the bold buccaneer burning her 10 tbe
water's edge, after all tbia, tbe Nashville has
found a hospitable eeylaat in tba haibor Of
Southampton, to be reluted fur another outrage
with warlike armameoia from fiogliih etore-
houaeei sii ..-. t. -- .....,(t .
We have aright to demand bowttUthetihe
ll permitted thu to rent ., Wa bare a rlgbt 10
aemaoa woeth. mat is in oe rianoe with ber
much bo.i ed bat ill dieguieed uea litv- We
have a right ta koowtatkr. Great Britain has
assumed hr po.lt loo of neutrality and aasumed
11 voluntarily and in dtfltnoe of our prouat
bow it la that, consistently with that a-inac
tion, aha lao give aid and comfort aod warlike
store to Ibis ship fNa hfllle, fir the very pur
pose of enabling, her again to make loving in
road upon our commerce t , 1 think, to far aa i
know anything of the eaie of the Naebvtller
that tb boghsh people, not the Euglleh
government, have acted ai aoccnorle. after tbe
laoi.to tba piraoy committed npoa our con
BterOA," . .( - r.-r.:..: f 5-t t,' t
She oannot eomplatot thee, tbat In the midst
of the great nation. el peril that overabadowa oa,
and while the publio nirr ie to aoutely aetai'
ttv to tha vert leaat Indignity b ceooot Oura
lain tbat we, la our great tribulation, ahould
aak oi ber to do right as a Mutralralnoe abe
has asidmed that putidon. In oonnacdoa with
the w: that I hart ptMantid W th fienn, I
will now, for a ear faa n,nn... ..t. ...a .t
Mte.00. of th. Ifeu wiaX
..Qa7arnI!rn, wl refwrtnce to the
oasedf tha Trent ; I ..y.ur Gtrvernnent ..
hla meiiaga preserved a dliereet retloenoe with
er?.fn,t i,bn this Home, in ih.flr.l
Na,. i 1,1 WMUOn' no ne Secretary of the
showered on him. Hi heroUm b.s been land-
. asouiuv mat onr uovcrnmaol, by not dia
app.ovlng, at least, ha. ..-,i7a 't-Sr
JuatioeV 8 ' P''oiplea of International
Ju?01 miiiAt!oo of these
bflHB?.!J,.?Ppl1 to ' the Trent, I
rirVhaTr.k. rrir rw 01 moupnubie
ion of eVery publioiat who will look into tbe
dlca 0 0D,rrPed by pride or preju.
alon, the gentleman fion Xlliooit Mt. LotbjotI
IDtfiWIlniUi hla aaeiAlht:.. h el
;,V rl Z IT. &,,, Tou PP'0l,8 oe eooduot
w.F..,. 1 Totea for thai reaolntion
I approve of that action of Commodore Wllkee,
0ecat.lt It Waa fonndad nn -i-u.
. ' ..nnu.iivuai IIHUk.
Ihii matter cam again before (he Home ye,
tarda) ; and lo! in tbe faoe of tha morolng newi
wuicB aouoeo. with tbe roap of tbe Brttlah lion,
there teemed to be a different spirit 00 tbe oth
er lids of tbe Uousel l hope that tha Hou.e
did not intend on yesterday to txpre.t an opin.
ion adverts to oarrlghie in toe oeae of tha
Treot, b; referring tba matter to theaommlitea
ou foreign Affair. . I Jiiaw .h.. h.
the mtikr ia dieouettd by that eommitt
and lersBatati to tha House, the umUi and
tbe Houee wilt atand together by onr rlghta ta
ibepreail.es. Bad WB ralnatan. In snla Ta.
ita refrreooe; not because ihe member of tbat
oummittee will not examine ii fully and do tbeir
duty 10 the oonntry, but beoatis my own opin
Ion wai foregone and bad been expressed on the
resolution of the gentleman from Illinois. Tha
more I examine It tbe mora I am aatlaflad that.
in regard to tbia qutitlon, tbia Government
etande tn a poeition to defend hTa!f lo any
forum before tha world.
Mr. COLFAX Will th. ffAntl Amain frnm
Ohio allow me to make a ilogls word of explao
atlont ..."
Mr. COX. Wfthplaainre.
Mr. CULFAT. I fl.s ra to aa In ma r.lanl
rom Onio that, in Oommon with man other
members, I voted ieetrde far thai raa taPaaria
of the reaolntion to tbe committee on Foreigo
nuaue uauoe 1 laongot tnai, (tending aa we
may probably be on the brink ot war, it was
(be duty ot tbe Americas Congreti t teud ont
whatever It declared aravelv.delibaiatclv. an).
emuly, aa tbe emanation of a standing commit
tee, and not as tbe mere Impulse of a solitary
law uiuoi
Mr VALLA N DIG HAM. : Win th. w.ntla.
man from Indiana be kind enough to explain
why those canal deration! Which ha urgea with,
auoh foroe jutt now, did not occur ti him on the
first day 0. tba as lion when he propoied to lav
prison one of those mrnt
Mr COLFAX I will do ao with great otaaa.
ore.
Mr. VALLA N Did H A M. R. h.dnnf. h..,rl
from Eugliod at tbe time, per adventure.
Mr. CoLfAX- Mr rtliintion in reference
to Mr. Mjn wai fh relerenoa la a man who
had takea an oath as a Senator af tha Dalt.d
dtate to support tb Constitution of the conn
try, and had violated II. Ha wai not only a
traitoi, bat bs bad violated bis oath. Ha was
ia our bands, and I proposed 10 lmpriaon him
and snbjeot bim to treatment oorraponding with
tbatshututo Col Corcoran.. Wben we come
to deal as a nation, with foreign nations, thai U,
ih oour.tye aiDerenl matter. - -
Mr. VALLANDIGHAM. I aak tha rcntla.
man from Indiana sh.ihu th.wa la tnt.a
lets violation of their oaths on th. nart of
Mason aod Slidell than there waa tha first das
ot tbe aatlont .. Are they any leal traitor now
wan they -were then! If so, what .makse the
difference T
Mr. COX. I nut arrest tbli Intstlocutory
debate.
Mr. COLFAX. I am dill in favor of meting
out to e lam treatment to them aa CoL Coroo
ran reoetve..
Mr VALLANDIGHAM. Thtaa man will
bo surrendered ' before three month in tha
lace of a threat. I make tbat tridioiion bora
to-day.
Mr. COLFAX. I disbelieve It. '
Mr. COX I bore tbat the oredlctlon of m
colleague will never be InifMed. I bare soma
faith ia tbe sagacity of our Secretary of State,
too much laiih in (be honor of tb people of iba
country, to believe tbat (bey will ever permit
tueir Government, ia a oaee of clear right, to
o d stiJtor tbem- Tba honor of a nation is its
credit Its credit is its commerce! its commerce
ts it caab, and Its cash brings with it tbe 000
lorts and reuoemenu or civilisation. Where
you touch the cash you hava a powerful argn
tneut, wuu any nauoo. 1 oa pecuniary argument
is, with lbs majority, generally stroostr than
tbe moral argument. Wben motal influences
combine with peouniary, they are Irre.i.tlble.
ine people Of the country, however, will atand,
as a polutoi honor, by the rlghta to which they
are entitled on laud or aea. They will look
with jellouty on anything that has a tsndenov
tjward impairing their nationality, either at
noma or aoroaa. wnen tney rati in this they
deserve expatriation from tbia tbe cushioned
part of God i footstool girsn in blgb trust to
their keeping.
I wai about to state tbe proposition on whlob
I believe tbe Government can blent itself In
tbia matter, j do not propose now to argna
it eiaoorateiy. a win cue nut few authorluts
be publio newspapers have been (seminar
with authorities, some relevant and some irrele
vant. -
Mr. L0 VEJOY. I rise to a oasstlon of order.
My point of order is, fiat lb remarks of the
gentleman from Ohio are wholly Irrelevant to tbe
question before the Home, which ii aqoiition
as to the detention of tha Ptrihsbtre The sen.
eral discussion of onr relatione with England ia
not in order' here. .
' Mr. COX. It I could only pot tbe "Afrloan"
into the question, no douot it would be relevant.
I propuee to show a direct conncotlon between
our according tbe rights that are due to Great
Britain and onr demanding our own rights In
return l beraiore my argument is logical and
pertinent. - -
t mr. l.uv wut. my point is, toat in pay.
.- v . n a w . . . .. ...
meDtoMOis si.uuo in too oasoot the rrtb-
enirev naa notniug wnatever to 00 with onr
general relations with Great Brl'alo. and
nothing to do with Slidell aad Mason, or (heir
srreet.
The SPEAKER era Umport, fMr. AuiiTxa
in the oDeir.; . 1 oe uaair flecides that the gen
itemau from Ohio is in order. '
Mr. COX. I will show the gentleman Im
mediately that 1 em in order. . I am aoine? to
make the connection, laughter, and will do Ii
witDout tbe aid 01 me negro., The principle on
which ere will accord Jueiloe to England, and
oa wbtcb we shall demand Justice Irjm England,
is to oemana our rignt aua 00 oar duty lo re
tur j. Our jus.ifioatUrj in (be oase of tbe Trent
Is, that ber eat wa one of hostility In bearing
Ibese embassadors; and hostility, whether it
consists in carrying dispatches, sovoja, or otber
and worse than contraband, in a nsutral msrob
ant shlo . 1 . i r ,
. it will ao do to answer tbatne ease like this
b.s ever bees adjudged. Nearly all tht Spanish
America embaaadais. during tba revolution
of tbeir Stat, that have been sent between
ibis corniced and Eurooe, have been sent eith
er ' in Britith or American ship, and have
never been iotrrfir.d with. : Europteo ambaf
sadora p.Miog from nation to nation hava, by
rs.am f the geogrtphloal relailnns of the
oounvrie., never been disturbed; and henoe spe
01 Mo oaol this natur have not ireen bl'ber
ta. But nevertheless, Mr. Speaker, the gene
ral principles Involved have been laid dowa by
oar beet International lawyers, aod by tbe beat
odgea ia tbe English court. 1 will read ao fx
trsot from a Ut er wriltea the otber day by tbe
distinguished ex Attorney General, Mr. Cuh
leg, aa to tha point wby no precedent bae been
made etpeoUUy with regard to snibsseadori.
. A . a .
J.aaoiJ 10 etaTaacB,
OoBtldrrina .. I J5i W
liana 't-""'v"jm aarope, aad tb rasa.
"rTot n: ":.u tmen'
. "r. " r e neosseery r aprdieat to diepevesa 1 -u
woBldbarehad to ukTi 5.fVrU -'
own ship, aaa al. iTai '. ia ear.T.; .-
toh-ABrleaa eoloole. w7n, h""'" P- V ' "
Ut.riOBBvaedn.BtralTe.Ktto.V'!
oa beard of BeatraUeeesto Mil? iSMtt
nd the UBltad BtTteaTwTi' Zm&TJZZOf d ;"
en, oa the pan of ob noth or iiauT 01 tofft,! '" ?
Bui tba ,rinclU which oaweVt Lr
embassadors la mosKogeetty stated DVphilll J'. V
abmi. that debate n .hTqaasl oTof the
...lare from th Treaif the rebel moaora ' r
on board. Is not necessarily ln.oi.ali7Tl!!f" '
.n..:. ..1.. t,,,V . V u.
vueaiuu UI tua Dill OOIDra tha. H . s , '
lit i r .- mw
Mr. COX. I hope tbe MntW. -111 Ih-I',, V.
me to proceed. I had ...... at...r.A' .
k.a f a.' - ' anj-
wuae a oare vo a on thla .in '
. , 1 . ti -j
5! essirj...' v 1 'ii iti'.'tu ' ' '
fh BFBAXER. Tbe rentlemen fmi. w., "
jo, rises to -the question of order.tbat npoo;T
L...0? 10 BrltishnblactTov -
oases lOOUrred In arra.tln. kt.. 1 -, . .
deavoriag to break tbe bl.ok.de, it is Bo. In or. 4 ., l
Ml.o1.r ,e,"f0d '.
.Mr. COX Mr, Speak.,, Jat me ,j on. word '
r. xjuib, not eatesa the Ch& tU hears ' SS2
i .a.. . eofuuflmiQ i rom UQIO
" VaiTU xM! op00 ,h iai
Mr, OLIN. Is tha nntuU, .r..iuj..1
A Al B Of Cafl It P.fT I ha aakaasl A, .
ablet1 ., -
Mr, OLIN. TbenIwiehtobaha.nl v
order. 7 ' qaestloo ef
Mr. DLiIK- Certainly- X wIU dL-cuai thai
alone 1 The bill before th. Hons, simply tei"
of a British veel and tba detenUoo of that
vasssl, and tha question of tbe propriety of'
paying an Indemnity for that detention. . That '
ve.i ana mat queet'on are aa eaOrely dlatinet
fr m tba qaastlou invoWad lr tt. ..1.,... '
dauntion of Mason and 81idel! as it U possible
"- ue uiuereot iron another
each question depsnde npon iu own peculiar 1
olroumstanoes, and entirely disconnect T. from '
each othaf. - -
Th. BPS KER. ; The gentlemao from New
Iu wlu.,n"Pend for a moment. Tbe Chair
bellevea be made aa erroneoaa deoislon ia I
sutiog tbat the question , of order waa d ,
bauble The Chair will have the rale epos vbe
labjeot read. .
Tbe Clerk read the Glit rale, ai follows: . ' .
If any1 BSaiser. In an-win. ..1 ... .
th ,ar.t of th Hoo- i. XT..L IrZ.,; rrTr
ber rosy, eail 1 rdr: lo wnloa e.e the neaiber so 0 .1 led
to order thai tsBBeataula .1.. ,.Ir Zllr!."
.P1.IB( and IB. UttttwittSSFZ
deolsloo M .h ubatrehail be luboiltied to. It ai dJ-
M ulad ?' -'"?" to order, be shall '
oot o peraltted to proored, la so an asmber obact.
k" lr" he Hob,i sad tf hIito
(hall ha Bahle tatha aa... -r ,h. o. "Ha at, w
The fiPEAKEa. Thar.h.t. .m
.. . win tUClOIVlfJ
decide that, tba question er ordtp Is not debatt-' e- ?
ble. The Chair think. It is paealble to bring'.' ' 7
tha sunt aa.nU u u . ... '
thsrafor. -nil
- o - ' wuDia tne no pre
scribed by tbe rale. -The Chair hooer. howevtr.
too gentleman will confine himself strictly w :
tbe quettioa nttder oeotideratlon. - -
mr ou. 1 will do ao. - y-t:-.
Mr. LOVEJOY. I .nm.nl f,;n th. A..,. .
of Ibe Chair.
- - -rrewi aataraaa bub uhuibiuu
Mr. 0L1N
Da l understand tbe Cbalr to ' " '
Sim A at. drkaa. I e
- - - Kwuuecaan a rcmarx. were per-.'
mr UI'a OonelderatlonT v .. , t, ,
v . " 1 ?.u 'n gentlemen from Ner
Ta - iMfr hir "0 riM W th 4 ,0r-
1 oe BFSAKER. The gentleman from Ohio
is entitled to tbe floor wh.a tha nn.,.i i L
der has been dtoided. . The gentleman from Il
linois appeals from tbe decision of tbe Chair.
Wo debate is in order upon that.;.,
Mr. OLIN. The Beotleman fmm Tlini. 1 1
preenme, does not ooderstand the ruUnit ot the '
Chair. - .
Mr. COX IoaU thafliflriii.rfrAmM.. vu
tooiMar..-! ........ . ,
The SPEAKER. - Th. Ch. !.',.. a a
(hat no deb-ta is In order. " - -
Mr. OLIN. Is it OOt of order in Innnl.. -h.t '.
was the r iling; of tbe Cbairt
i ne bake tl. It is not. ' ' a
Mr. OLIN. Do I nnderatind tha f.h.i. .
rule that tbe disoassioo of the seiiure ol Mason
and Slidell is iovolved in the disoassioo of the
ui.i ueioro raw nous. '
The SPEAKER The ffentl.m frn nhl.,
' o ate dim, ana, la doing so, dis-
easasd ibe senure of the Trent. The aeatle-
man trom Hum York lubmlitad th. nn..iin .r
order that tb. dieousaioo of (he saojeot was Jr
c...,.u. .u iu, quvauou unaer consideration.-
Th. Chair deoided tbal the Hoe of remark
might possibly com. within the rale, bat hojed
the gentleman from Onio wonld oonflna hlmaair
strictly to (he bill nnder consideration. From
(bis deoislon tbe gentleman from Illinois ua
an appeal. Laughter J 4
Mr. LOVEJOY. I withdraw tbe appeal. '
Mr.SlEVENS. Will the Bentiman fmm
Ohio allow me to make a suggestion i -
Mr. COX- I will listen at any time' to an
suggestion of thai gentleman. It must be im
p.rtant, as tie ie tha leader of th. Home. - - -Mr.
STEVENS. I wish merely 10 snggrst
tbat aa there is, perhaps, an important oaeatioa
Involved in the bill, whether it would aot1' -it:
ba belter to let it ao ta the mmniitaa .
tbe Whole, so that tbe disoassioo may to on
toeral ; - " ' " ' -
Mir. COX I will say to the geotlemaV'from
Pennsylvania that I wish merely a few minutes
mora to atate my proposition!.. I will not elab-'
orate them. I desire to show that by tba oa. .
... nf ah a hill, and thna drain, anil,. I
to threat uritain in toe ease 01 o rertbehlreKI . ,
Ihie Government would place l'.elf in- a better c , ... ;
ooaition to demand juatioe of 'dreat Britain la
tbe matter wbioh I was diaoasalng when inter . ..
ropted 1 anticipated tbia question of order In
arranging my thoughts, and I placed then In
taoh connection as to give tbea rslevaacy 10 the
b.Il under cooetaerauon. j ao not apderatand
wby ii is tba'. some gentlemen in the House ere,
so peculiarly aensiuve to tba discussion of tbia
international quetiloa. . 1 hey were ready, vary
ready, to vote npoa it at tba beginning of tba ,-vl v '
seseiou.i They were prompt, very prompt, io -,4.V";
votlog, without reference, lor (he resolution of j, -tbe
gentlcmsn from Illinois, Mr. Lovejoy J Jj;ultl
I do not andentaod why It is (hat an aot which . , . .
baa been Indorsed by the Secretary of (be N-'(i , Y
vy, aa well a tha Houae Itself, ebould provoke ; J - '
auoh irritating poinie of Oidr, It should have, '."
air, a fall' and ample discussion. I proceed with J,',"' ,
my pari of it. i , .'
. The prlnolple whlob regulates these Interna-". j , ,
tlonal questions la this: tt ana been decided that y.- :
aueutral ship bearing, dispatches in time efC s-
war shall b conflaoatr, and if. eoofleate wben,- '(". .'
bearing dispatche. fatiort, if :eaoh ressai oa nn
D.ar. .mDtaor, wno are 01 ler greater COO
aequeuce than dispatch.. Tba miaslon ef mr
bsa.dors is of far more Imptp anea than bat-
. I ... - n I .-mad anann atid arh,il. ....n..
a lOVa aoeur, gun, eautri, anu ovuer oontraoana. .
aa emoa-4uur auy ia, uiuisBit euiacce . . j
-u:. -.11 .-.lit I.. l.n. - .A . .
and even I lve revolutions. The embassador of ;
this Government, in oir. Revolution, eonsoai--r-mated
alllaooes, and made ;irtte and loans
which enabled na to secure recognition and iu- '
denandanfle. ' Then thaa. ie la. ehle. aua a, '1
stronger rsasoa wby the vessel should be 000- ' .'.
flseated wbea aba baw that which 1 much .
mora impoitaat to the roomy teen dlptob.
Our embas-ador ia (bs Rolutioo, Mr. Lauren,',
was ooDsld.r d of ao much ImpuruDs br tba.,
British Gjseiament that tby exchanged him C'
for laJrd, Corowallls, the oomoaudef-lo-chlof.
And so In tbia Dale, these' embaetaiors, rtcog- .t
nllaJ .nnllk. In. Pr.i.1-,,1 nf tt, al. ...... ISI" ' "
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