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. REMAIlkS OF MIL LINCOLN, :
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,'; . IN IMPLY TO lEriVin, Oa Ihruzm '
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'"- , , ' - upon we propoSition of .the hitter . to
,t el - strike mit of the aenerat opprepria
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- , - ; lien Bill a small Rent jot,: alteration
.1! - . and repairs of the President's house, .
1), 41., 4 liousz or Rat, APRIL 16, 1840.-..,--,
t,,,, - ' , '-:, When Mr Lincoln obtained Igo floor,
-, l . it vas late in the evening, andLperceiv.
1 - :' ' ' ing that be WBe 1:atigtiect by the long pit
' .., -,,,,,
, ,' -,' ,: tingi it was proposed to adjourn the de
Nill ::: bate to the tollowiog, day,but Mr L. pr;
,' ' ' t lerred ea3 Mg at -once what -be , bad to
ö - ' say, He began by replying to soinere-,
i ,, 4 ,; . mark of Ms , Ogle : tocidental . to the
N d ,F, main &bite, taking occasioo, In the
-r ' '''''" course of hie reply, to state certain pat
' 1 '
ticulars in 'which his remarks on a fore,
, å mer day bad been misstated,- probablý
because ,misunderatood by ..thri ' Citolie the earth,' are received and eniertained
. ,newspaper, After disposing of this pre' in the aanie of the hospitality of the . na;-
liminary matter, Mr Li, proceeded to the! limn I And here, too, the courtesies of
rolin subject before. tbe Committee, of official elation are exchanged ' between
tbe Whole, upoa which he spoke as Col, the high tunctionaries .of , th .1G
, lower -,,... ,.; .. : , , . --. :-.' V,.' - - 1 meat and extended to all clasee's of -the
MUM. ' The house. it is well known,
. 'rho member - from Pennsylvania
id open td ell; and is daily visited by me
(said Mr Lincoln has iesisted that the
tendency of sty remarks ills to justify I laY. Is it. too '.inuch, ' then; ' that ' the
thri purchase of extravagant articles of Place and ite eppendagee are beyond the
. furniture fOr tle.Prosident's house. I f- requirements of private station I' I ven
ture the assertion,that so far as
peat that I 'attempted no such justifica. the per
' . lion, kir 1 had neither seen many of the sonal interest dam.' President is con.;
.-. ' exceptionable articles nor inquired : into corned, (I speak not of, the present in.
their price.-, Tbe argument, so far as it cumbent; tut of whoever has been ',or
went, was against that folio standard of may be in the office. it. would be pref.
i economy which meaeuree the value of a 13'11)114'f" Preferable le hint la occuPYI
., thing by its cost, and decides upon lit, at b-is Own cost,'- a smaller and more
fitness with no reference -whatever .to humble'dwelling, than to submit to the
the place or occasion for ite .use.,:The inconveniences , and - heavy exactioni
selection of furniture foisuch an estab- whichshisiequired residence in the Ex
. lishment is matter of taste, about which ecutivermansion necessarily imposes
minds rosy well differ; bed . I said that Sure I am that, in a pecuniary point o
, while Immo would consider as most op- viow, it would be much better for an
incumbent in the office to , receive fel
propriate the rich- and showy, others
thousand dollars, and' furnish his owi
would prefer the plain and simple in
Lan with twenty. five thou
. ., fashion, but that, for a mansion so spa
. ,; mous and so magnificent as that which sand to maintairi the style of living an,
the nation bad provided for the ' reg. Public hospitality which every Presider
, - donee of the Chief Magistrate, the' fur.. in succession has deemed but in confer
,',-1;,,.. ,niture, so far as I had seen,' was neither mity with the design, as well as the lib
, vie good nor too abutdant. In this, ,'1 erality of present provisions. -
But the tnember complains of it as
, . am not aware that I sat alone among
'., the Whigs, although I may ,not indeed monstrous abuse,that the President I
ii - 711e an happy es to meet the 'apProving the United Statee in addition. to his si
'':, .'vóice of till.-7 But does such a difference ,ary and the use of et furnished housi
should have the grounds about the lam
7 linply a doriliction of. principle any
kept in order at Me public expense., ll
',' - , where I The member suggests that
, , -mum itlin Pebmati.nik k il:L L
' 7 . my manner' of life and habite-e-f thinking a
may have given me a taste for ' articles c
: t ' of extravagance What does he know :
'of my habits oflifel Sir, I ia'n tell him !
ft , .,
they have been ae honorably, laborioue, :
, and se plainly republican, et least,' as ;
hid own. Be it from necessity or choice, 1
,! ' 0 1 am in no wise ignorant of those duties I
, , .
and offices which become the humblest c
, station. I litlyte been taught to toil ae 1
; ,,, ) faithfully, aud to direct my thoughts ,as
,, , : uprightly, am the least proud one here. c
i One lesson more have I learned, that in I
1,.!..., reference to the,conduct of others, the cl
k'-, -,. tongue is an unruly- organ, which an e.
'''l 7 vil epirit may indulge, but which candor I
, and a love of truth should et all times I,
,. . resttain. .:- ., ..,';'..t ,'' - '
t-, e a d., . ,',,, 1
, ( . ,'' . Mr Chairman, it cep only be 'noses- 1
eery to review the remarks of the mem.
4 , -i, her to show the atiaurdity of thei(inten .
' ,I,.' ded application.. While he condemns
,,.,- ''.', Atha extravagance of tbe furniture, he hi
,;,. ., -- indent in respect to- the appropriations
, . , . through which it Wee procured. Toes.
, ,i, ,.. .,appropriations are the grants of legisle.
, , tion by the Representatives of the Pee'.
, ..4'., . pie. Whose was the work of construc
t ti: ting the costly mansion, and to what end
7 . 4 was it reared 1 More than forty yeare
I base now elapsed since the building was
It. . erected, at the charge ofmore than half
','' a million of dollars to the ' nation, 'sod
, : from that time to the present it has been
.1., ..., occupied in the manner in which it 4' is
.;.'"'-',' now use4 , Coogress, through all ' Ibis
'1.. 7 interveniag period, have voted the sums
, .. for furnishing the house, as they bad pre
li; A viously done for its construction. If it
.: ; were intended that the occupant should
A '' ' himself provide the ftuniture, wherefore
4., ' 'to these grants 1 They commenced be.
, J ' Itt fore the house was first taken poseess.
. 4. 1 ton'orby the elder Adams, and the oil.
t''.' , ' ., carilkin,s for further supplies have since
,., ,,,,' : been voluntarily anticipated upon every
1 i, ,, succeesion to the Presidency. Besides
ti,,,f,' ,-.,: ..' the spacious halls and Jolly ceilings of
i ; ,,--....t.:, t 'such a mansion require much which
", .,, 4 ..,would be suited to no , other residence.
'':; . ' .The reasonableness of ,compelling a
4 : ,',. rresidentfilect to In outlay exceeding
. , , ,
, , his annual salary in the purchase of fur.
, , ., ,, oiling for a boucle, 'the occupancy , of
,''.,' ' . , 'which he bad not the election to refuse'
i li, ' and the tenaocy of which, at the capita.'
; ,',, ; tion otevery. four years'. is at the die.-
.., .: proud of the popular voice, with the cer
e.., ! 2,: minty ofthe sacrifice upon the t cost of
,,,. - - ,
, , 4 ' the property in the attempt to ctispose of
0;1 ..1-,I it for any other place or use, cannot
'.V,, '', gravely be contended for. Tbe . credit
hit ; ' of the country itself would troffer 'by
",7 ' such an arrangement; for either the On
'','1 ''..' ,v ,ter, by the absorption 'of his salary . itt
, ,1,4' ...- il the purchase of suitable and sufficient
,' " ' parniture for the house, would be de.
t .. , . 4 privedof the appointed means for his
CANAL-D,ÖVII;11:7SCAILtifitS .051.iNTY, itiUUST 14, 184N
neglect of It provision, would exhibit
10:14 woriti, pktipfiCuStationt. the
meredttab'p o et;,-niegtilfieent e
furwelle Nivea-, appropri
ate to I' ii,10;, a great
rolotal , ,therla aceommo
re6Cal teller, or to
the pro, !, ortYe Preeideat
oartment-t .terr,01.- scaptily
furn'she qto,,'r was-, appropri
ate to t! fps, -great
Inietah , ,thsse accommo
r fetter, or to
the pro, , ortYe Preeideat
He ie rna,, ) by i', zty the anipli;
tilde of his salary, e .atioally the- hoer
of the nation. 11-, stir are the guests
el tht P!3opte.,. , ..';secutive mansion
ie titti placo f10.1. ;r reception. :-Thte
house of the ree, the sitting poei--
lion in which,- in Liu, permit of their
Chief titigiall'ato, they Fermis' from the'
Reprepeotatir- es Ofrither people the horn
igp to the so-qtaignty of this great- Repuolio.1;11-lerb
tete, -aairidited mealengere from
the protedest and most powerful. the en,
lightened and moet reflned kingdoms ot
place and its epPendagee are beyond the lin
requirements of private station I ven- 6q
tufo the assertion.that 'so far as the per
sonal interest of the.' President is con;;'
corned, (I speak not- film present ins wi
cumbent; tut of whoever has been ,or el'
may be in the office. it. would be pref.. ht
erable,far preferable to him to occupy, th
at his Own cost,'- a smaller and more fo
humble'dwelling, than to submit to the ni
inconveniences ,,And - heavy exactions P
whichshielequired residence in the Ex- ol
ecutive 'mansion necessarily imposes. ci
Sure I am that, in a pecuniary point of ti
view, it would be much better for any a!
incumbent in the office to , receive ton j(
, thousand dollars, and' furnish his own q
habitation; than with twenty. five ' thou- d
sand to maintaiti the style of living and
public hospitality which eeery President p
in ,sucCession has deemed but in confer, t
mitywith the design, as well as the fibs o
erality of present provisions. t
Bet the member eomplains of it as s
monotious abuse.. that the President of
the United States in addition. to his sal
ary and the use -di furnished house, i
should base the groulide about the latter
kept in order at the public expense., He. 1
says the Preitident ought tq, furnish hie I
own bouee.iirid emPloy hie own garden- ;
or, as his salary is amply sufficient. I t
have onlyto add to what I have before
said on this subject, Wet such has not I
been the jridgment or ihe pleasure of the
People... For forty yeare, their Repro- t
sentatives sitting in these halls, without
division in sentiment Or vote have pro
vided the bluie, etipplied the furniture,
directed the enclosure and improvement '
of the grounde, and required their occu-. ,
potion I,)y the chief Magistrate., The
salary may be sufficient for The officer.
this poira I take no WM10 with the
member.A3o may the per diem of eight
dollare'be ample compensation for a
Representative 'in Congress. But de.es
the scrupulous member himself receive
, nothing morel 1 demand of him to
say if eight dollars a day is not abut).
' dant recompence ler the value of his la
hors herekand yet, does he keep his
hands clean from all the perquisites of
place? Has he no government made.
ery in hie room no Congreeeional pen
knife of costly extravagance at this ye..
ry moment in hid pocket Has he nev
er ordered to his lodgings The beautilu
embossed and lace-edged note paper"
s and ,,fancy keeling .wix .1. for the use ol
s any 'Ai, fainily,-of received to hie own
f use a distributive share ol the "spoils.'
d in costly editions of hooks printed at the
LI sponsor of the treastry I Sir, let tne
s not be misunderstood. I do not- cons'
s demn bim in this, tor the legislatiOn of
s thellouse allows it. 'But I say lie res
e eeives these things by a more question
it able authority than does , the Preeident
d of the United States the accommodas
e lions -which are made the burden of his
s complaint. When, therefore, the mem
ber goes labia conetituente and to mine
1- with the objections that the Chief Mags
istrate- of the nation is (in his most cour- ,
I teous language) robbing and emoting '
is the People in receiving, under ; an sp.'
of piopriation of Cengress, the, use et,'
th furnished house and the Care -of a gets
e. den, in additton to Ifia Witty, let him,at
a the seine timeo.honestly'Aiemit,- that to
g hisrown pay he adds, at the, tublic
r- charge, perquientee-of considerable vats
of ue, and which a colleague of his, ,(Mr.
Petriken;) on another tiocasion,',
nounced, although-I thiekly gross
17! aggeration, equal in imnunt -to the per
r- diem. Sir,- the Presideat is much it'd).
of er to be justified in. the use Of hie
niehed lodgings then the member ia
ot enjoyment of his per9uisites; for the W
itt ter.may be refused, while .the,former,
)y consietently with the existIng:- 'Arrangefi-
ments of the Government,cannot.he des
in alined. '' '
nt '', I regret, Mi Chairman, that it is nee.
e essary for me to purist:04We , ungrateful
mittee,;':. But the Member ; guilt with
Ins 114 sustainilig eppropriiiion , tor
ealary of the gardener alp the Prost
Jones square. ,In my remarks, on -a
tormer day,' to which he expecte esid
tial tilts had, been usual appropriation
for mai; yeal;s. and thit --Isaw no new
teeNON at thie time, for its discentinu
ance.:',. I have' now in my hand s cart&
kale froni the Commissiobes of the Pub
ha Buildings, showing tail the garden
er, The very same individual.' with ' the
same character if service, and' at the
same rate of compensation, has been in
the' employ Ube government for the
continuous period of-fifteen years,having
been first engaged in 1825 I will read
the Certificate bertioe notice that I ball
eel' it on the -triat tif thstestie- between
the member and myself before my cone
"Office film Commissioner of Puub lie i matter rit mere business expediency for accommodations provided by law.(or
,,-,.', -': ,,''', WBuildinge. , ' I a great questidn of principle. Mr Chairs the Office which they.. sustained, s a're
' I man, lest, from the vehemence ibis de- charged with "robbing the Treasury
' : "It appears from the books of this ots
fice that John Ousley was appointed nunciation, any should be led to ouppose end fleecing the People." These- are
gardener at the President's square , ion an abandonment of party by me, I will they of whom it is said "The receider
even voluoteer a confession of faith and is so bad as the Thief." ' The elder
the Ist of August, 182.s
balary -of four lundred and dily dollars
rl at a regular I here profess, testify, and declare. that Adams, the dauntl-ss asserter of A.
I iim no lees a Wbog than if I bad Dee- merican freedom; Jefferson ihe cospas
per annarn ' for his , services..
receired that salary quarterly, up to the
r Ha h,as er seen the Executive mansion. ay, that triot of Adams, the ' draughtsman film
3Ist of December, 1839, and- is at this I am se much to be confided in'for steed Declaration of Independence, the great
fast oppositioa to the present Adminiss apostle of liberty, the very chlifof dem
time the-gardener at the President's
equere" , , . - W NOLAND I I. A I.
Potion es though, like the member, I octets; Madisoa, the champion of the
; ow hie newshorn zeal of a convert Constitution, the patriot statesman and
( In respect to the grounds about the from Jacksoniem 1 Sir,1 am as thors Nage; Monroe, the soldier of the Bev.
President's house, they, in common oughly opposed to Mr Van Boren as the lotion, the brave deferiair of 'the Re
with throes around the Capitol,':iret at member wab devoted, at one time, to his public in the first war, the inflexible and
all times,..opened to the Public. They 6,illostrious predecestiorP , I regard the uncompromising advocate of nationa
I have been laid out and ornamented at policy and leading measures of the Ad- honor, rights, and interests in the Imo
the public cherge,tand', if not Dow cared ministration as irestile to the best inter- these are thev who received the-appro.
for by Congress', will soon become a eels of the people,and destluctive of the priations. and to whom the adage in ap
neglected and unsightly waste. The prosperity of the country; and, as such, plied. Nemes deathless in fame, ine
President has on motive to the expense from the first. I have been their uncom- mortal in the history ot their conotry'l
oftheir improvement. Like the epas promising opponent, and to the utmost renowol My venerbted colleague too
cious walks and cultivated borders of, of my power shall continue to resist the learned civilian,,the accomplishal
the beautiful encloUure within which we' them. . But in this I have not, nor shall diplomatist, the inc. rruptible magistrate
are here situated, they are for the en- I demean mveelf, by indulging in hard he who on this floor le the most fearles
joyment of the People,' ono in the fre- names and coarse invectives against the dr faithful of the servants of tlje peopit
gooney of resort to them, sod the ' frees high offiiere of Oosernment. ' together with the Hero of New Orleane
dom with which they ere used, it ie dal. Mr.,Chsirman, I might now rest' It "the greatest and the best," and th
ly seen how httle they are regarded as is not mg Intention to enter into auy de, more humble "follower in ' the foot
private. They are, indeed,. omissible fens. of the propriety of the particular steps" they also ore within the oblo
to Mit and k would recommend to the appropriations which, from time to time quy of the same reproach. '
member himself,. at vorne pleasettivven havebeen made for the' accommodation : And who is the thief I The Cenpees of tit
tide, to repairto this quiet retreat, and or the Chief Magistrate of the Nation. United States,the Represemativ b Of the mop
indulge in the meditation to which it in- Much loss would I tempt li vindiration
r vite,.:,,. , - 110, - , ,. or the prodigal eapenditures of the pies- iv years. ,Th-se
7 are the nom who, by. inakin
in snrcession. throtteh a series of more men h
....., - - tile app4riations. in the testament el the nth
l ' Again:, It ;allude a 4 heinoug- offence sot AchniSistration. They lave been
, in me that, in addition to all which is extravagant and wasteful enough, in all ber from Pennsylvania, Plundered the Trust
ry and mbbed their constituentII le there a
r now within and about the house, I gave
cheek does not burn with indignation at t
conscience, and furnish an exhilarates. individual within the aound of my voice who
i notice that the committee of Which 1 am themfor the. severest animadversion.
, bare recital of the charge I Where were ti
i la Memirr would propose, at the prevent Who I had the honor of addressin
session-, a siiall appropriaOon for one of the 0010111iite0, OD i former :day, i dia- dra
g sleepier,. unthiels of the People's rights, I
gon luaroisne of the peblicelsests : wh,
I the rooms most frequently in use, and tinoðy presented, in connexion with the these spoilers, robbed it of its trtiesure I , IN
i which- is now entirely destitute of furni- subject now under diacubeion, : some
t tore. The Bill which contains that bps of the most crying elitism in the cons no- atm raised for the protection I Searchet
i propriation has bince been reported .to etruction of the public edifices in ibis appropriations. If they deserve the charnel
the committee, and gives a few hundred city, the deceptive estimates, and irres- now attempted to be given them, how kappa
eoefdt h r
t dollars for the purchase of plain furnis ponsible end profligate imanagement of it that in forty years there has been no resister
to their assa e 9 . Bow happens it, lodes
ture of American manufacture, for the the work, and as 1 deemed, the wanton, . - P g. -,
Met in tnt last tmngress, of which this Per
, ante-room to the President's parlor. lawless diversion of funds by the Exe- sylvanian, of more titan Spartan virtue. Wa
I The member objects that this is alto- cutivo, from other and more important member, no opposition was offered to grants 1
- gether tioneeeeearY, and the reeeon be objects, to their completion. At the cisely similer to those contained in the prom
They passed without objection then.
n assigns for this opinion is as eingular as proper time. and on a euitable occasion, bill 1
le. No; a mailbox near me says
. the objection is extraordinary in itstelf.' I shall be as promt aii another to take to 01,9mtrra
s "lithe ante-rooms of princes,' says Mt') task the Administration for any and all J-L 1 ' ' '
, Mr. Lincoln. Who la the man ? I heard
i Member, "visitere are kept standing un- other of their miadoings, ... ,
no dissentient. If any had the virtue, at 1
a ill they Bre admitted to an audience." There was one remark of the -,rnem- time to think it wrong, he had not the cour
tr When I addressed thie committee, On 5 ber from Pensylvania, made ',Andriwelt to make it known. Where is the recorded v
c former day,1 described this roma as the upon with apparent complaceficy, so at a ictalltehveeuneflohr ias deievcishionreueperwtielqutehcotiur
o apartment ir110 which visitors,' whether extraordinary in itself, (I. was about to proper upon the odginal cgonsideration of thr
c for ceremony or business, were shown say, so airocionsoo my miad, in the and subsequently they have been of course 1
previous to ' thiiir introduction to the only application which can ...possibly be usual. , .i 4;
a President. Here they dispose of their given to IQ that I cannot permit it to ' Mhos People will no longer approve till
if over-garments in all weather and sea pass unwanted. In. refering to the fur- Congress must refer back,,. by:legislation
. , thew occasion; dispose of the l.' White Hour
ii sons, and wait, if need be, the previous niture and the cultivation ol the ;Own& soul the furniture t3 atICIOO: and leave the I
- engbgemenls of the President; and in in the one or the Presideot, the, ,mem- ident to provide for himselt his placers? r
,.. thie room there is not the accommodas bef said, "the roomer Was as, bad sa dence and means of atcommodation. V
v tion of it mirror, a table, or a chair. theother man. Sir.-. we all know this shall appear to be the judgment of the I
I' Whatever may be the forms observed in the words of the adage ihr , receiver is itst!e, leishell be found !tmong the, last to within
eir sit.. .. . .
" the cotirte of Europe, or the habit sal as bad as the thief And wiiß.,is the There is another topic upon which the m
al princes in the heatment of their oohs Kamm. and who the mut ?From ber has harped loud and long the st)le
'n tectsof which I profess to be but poor the days of Washitigton, through a Jong fashion of the amides which have been pu
; ly advisedit strikes me as hardly be- succession of illustrious men, ,''ev, ry ind under the appropriatiom. In my impel
le coming that they should be quoted in re- President of the U. t Statets4iDeluding ly reported remarks, to which the ;Disrobe!
freely refers for a text to hie folio 'mourn
ae ptiblican Anterior' at fit rules to be adop the elder Adamo, Jefferson, M di ti
"--0 with the reading of which,' for hoe le hs
as ted for the regulation of intercaurse bes Monroe, .1, QAdams Jackelon, and the cupied the time of this coMmitiee,, Mt a ei
o( tween free, iodependent, enlightened present Incumbent, have receilnd the art I
ICA WU particularly specified Of itilitifie
3 citizens, and their elective officers. The benefit of a simatar provision ' in' their me. Whesrehflorte, Mani doehs hit: attehmpt totil
a- courts of Europe, forsooth I And such official elation. The house, ' the furni 1:1.1
sigentriete8P,eaendi foer tirteleeestlreadvagerince: eofeala
nt is the atithority relied upon by this whig tore, the garden,' and the 'cultivated on the fidelitl of his deseription ,only,' be
as frona Penneylvenia, for denying a chair grounds'have been alike the enjoymtnt a sentence ot condemnation I I did say, ho
is to his constituents and mine, in lbw vas of each, stark at the public charge. it er,.glenerally..!hateve haltreedy to-dayi
err ry house provided by tho people for their may be instructive to this committee to a (!
ethee furemtwurereal pepreears1 ineeithteer toe:reign noel. at:
30 own honor, and in muse-. fordenoun- bri informed of the grants of Congrooe bundant for the size and magnificent o
;. cing nui for seeking la wake priatision for some of these objects, during the OillO1100, nor too good fo h
t t-O WM tif the
r- for their more 'suitable accommodation. periods of the reepective administras representative officers of a free and soul
le. But or this I make Le MIMI' or ,
tg Because the princes óf Furor 1ieeps lions. I have now before me a state7 P P
arcontroversy with the member. , I undePrs
ps their vassals ,In Servile;:, waiting'. upon ment,collated from officist documents, hint now to uy that he has never been a
,s their pleasure, is the' t a mann why , a of appropriations for ' the purchase of house.. How well, then, it may comport
is republiaan iiitizen of tho Unt:, -I States furniture rot, each Presidential term, afs a becoming modesty, or sense of justice a
at should lack the core' I uf a t4eat while ter the removal of the seat of Governs to denounce umeen that. which ptudent and
to thu President Me' i.
"-, I fro- -s las ment AO the Federal citý. - - - ' citable men have sanctioned, I leave for o
to consider. Ile- condemns the articles a
lià ble or his mud- -,, -
t. . By a law fibs 2d of March, I'M
--- the exhibition or aristocratic pride and spiel
ils, tesies to. yak le ; jusrp,...4,0os to the commencement of Well, sir, I defend not the ., purchase of '
ire entitled ' It L i e
å i' q )trat;wp-of the elder Adams, articles, but take my position behind the I
6- Woofing ,-Tho ob.. U. sl nfidetbe following' appur
: atm of those by -whose authority they
. , proeured.. I insist that whateve; fault has
xm lic-are themeel . ,
ohe priationf . , ' - - - committed it lies with those whorurnishe
ti measure of thei pect Printed, reale of old furniture, and means of such-,.extravagance, If estrus;
hs' which is their due are- not 1.,......6 le so mtich in ' addition ' thereto as the there be-r-with the Representatives of ,,the
g 'a and again, under ivory a(
irs looked for in- the conventional etiquette President mayjudge necessary,'. not P T1
letterlatiobne,lweitehl a full knowled -
ge of the m
he of courts, nor are theilhe beora of prin.-tuned, 'II "'' s'-''''s, ' ' ' s' '' in which the anoneý would be expended,
0I- ces.:, If the constituente of thil member Dorn,. t.,..., . lion ' of ,Mr. voted. have voted the aporovriations wi
rope,the indignant expression of reproof
which ha,t'rwttuld hear from those to
whoni besthould offer such as excuse
foiloy Avant they Might witneso. would
bring conviction to his mind thst this
was not the country of princes.... What I
himeelf a Yilhig, and propose a confor
mity to lha manners and custom, or ar
istocratip poweraping the ferthions of
0 rOy1111101011 !" Himself professing to
be a . Repubilian, and condemn that
which respect for a Republican people
demands .! Si4 il repeat, this is a poor
concern be made the occasionof so
much eta tor.:. It hardly becomes the
Member, Or litiell C11010 10 read homi
i hes uPon. Weal consistency to others.
The inducementto,his gratuitous labys
Mar tglitscil in thelterrowness oChis.
own view, rather than in a default of fis
delity -.limbers. He mistakes a email
matter rimers Wiliness expediency tor
a great Trestle!' of principle, Mr Chairs
man, lest, from the vehemence of hie de
ember minsem at eome pieasatoven- beechen made for the' accommodation -..
de to re i
, pa rto this quiet retreat, and or the Chief Magistrate of the Nation. Mined States,the Itepresentativ b of the people
ind who is the thiefi The Congress of tbe Aw:
tlu Ige in the mediiation to which it in- Much loos would I tempt Is vindication
are the tucn rho, by making ,b,
in succession. through a series of more num tot et,
iv years. , These
MON :.'. , - 110- . ...,,, : - - ' ' '' , of the prodigal eapenditures of the pies
Again:, It ittinade a liesnout offence sot Adinieistration. They 'have heir) ibileis st!riopriitiationstv. in. titepol tintdieiner hof tqh,e nuni e,
I me that, in addition to all which is extravagant and wasteful enough, in' all ryrand rnrobalcrtlYieirancoult;stituillents I 'Ile their: aan- .,,41
ow within and about the house, I gave
otice that the committee of ivbich I am cheek does not burn with indignation at the ,,
conscience, and furnish an exhuaatless individual Within the wend of my voice whose
theme.for the. severest animadversion.
memhe! would propose, at the prevent Wheo I had the honor of addressing bare tecital ?t the charge? Whore were the ;
mien', a siiall apprepria0on for one of the commit-tee, on a former :slab i dia- adireaeleinelruanrionilsenttfititLPpelPiloce.elhestl,la ;dial': ',,
le rooms most frequently in use, and tinotly presented, in connexion with the these spoilers, robbed it of its treasure' , WWI I!
14 ie now entirely destitute of furni- subject now under diecueeion, : some
tie. The Bill which contains that tip- of the most crving abtisee, in the con. no- arm raised for the protection 1 Search the :I'
journals of either House of Congress end neb 'I'
her voice nor vote is found againstone of those ",
ropriation has eince been reported . to etruction of the public edifices in this at ppropriations. If they deserve the character. vi
le committee, and gives a few hundred city, the deceptive estimates, and irres- now attempted to be given them, how happen' 11,,'
oilers for the purchase of plain furni- ponsible end profligate ;management of it that in forty years there has been no resistance ,,li
to their passage 9 ., Bow happens it, indeed. 1'
Hoof American manufacture, for :the the work, and as I deetned, the wanton, thLtain.thif tar Congess,sof rwt hich this Penn. nt,
nte-room to the President's parlor. lawless diversion of funds by the Eze
ll() member objects that this is alto- cutive, from other and more important ligemll'anr,;:orp07otionanwasPo3rearLidvtioruler".aowbOapire l':
:ether unnecessary, end the ream be ;
objects, to their completion. At the cisely similar to those contained in the present 1,1
,seigne for this opinion is as. aingular as proper time, and on a euitable OCC8810n, biil i They passed without objection then. "
be objection is extraordinary in itrielL.' I shall be as promt as another to take to Mr. Ogle. No; a mettiber near me says he ta,
objected. , , , .
'lithe ante-rooms of princes,' says thi task the Administration for any and all r
Mr. Lincoln. Who is the man ? I heard of a
nember, "visitere are kept standing un- other of their miedoings. . .
no d'ssentient. 1r any had the virtue, at that g
il they are admitted to an audience." There was one remark of the mem- time 'to think it wrong, be had not the courage t
When I addressed this committee, on a ber from Pensylvania, made ',mufti Welt to make it known. Where is the recorded vote i
Ormer day,1 described this town as the upon with apparent complaceficy, so at a call even for a division upon tile question' r
-.Sir, the truth is, such grantor ware thought I
pertinent into which visitors,' whether extraordinary in itself, (I was about to proper upon the original consideration of them, 1
Or ceremony or business were shown say, so otrodons, to my mi;d, in the d subsequently they have been of course and t
oravious to ' thilir Intro'duction to the only application which can rpossibly be u4naual. , ,; 4; 1
:'resident. Here they diepose of their given to st,) that I cannot permit it to ' Mhos People will no longei aPpreve tilm. (
over-garments in all weather and sea pass emitted. In. refering to the fur- Congress must refer back,,. btlegistation, to ,
theiirt oratsiot!; dispose of the l.'White House," 1
ions, and wait, if need be, the previous niture and the cultivation'ol the grounds ru(rivoitrituerefotra shunciseioilitt !IV lir th; real ,
ongegements of the President; and in in the woe or the President, the, :mem- kellenttteep
his room there is not the accommoda. bef said, "the recetrer 'Was as , bid lia dunce and means or ateommo:Ilait'inan'.!'uWletir; I
,ion ore niirror, a table, or a chair. theother man. Sir,'-. we all know this shall appear to he the judgment of the pen. '
pie, I shall be found !mug the last to withstand I
Whatever may be the forms observed in the words of the adaitt ihs :- receiver is their will.. . . r ' ,
he cotirti of Europe, or the habit ot as bad as the thief And whd: is the .
There is another tepic upon which the mem.
minces in the beatment of their Or- Rectum and who the Tinsel,,?From ber has harped load and long the st) le and
pectsof which I profess to be but poor the days of Washington; through i long fashion of the &HMOS Willeh have been urcha
ly advisedit strikes me as hardly be- succession of illustrious men,: ,''tivr ry ind under the aporopriatious. In my impPerfeet
ly reported remarks, to which the member BO
coming that they should be quoted in re- President of the U. t States tincluding
-,mitdi,,,ti freely refers for a test to his folio annotations,
piiblican Anieries at fit rules to be adop the elder Adame, Jefferson, with the reading of which,' for hoursdie has oc
ted for the regulation of intercOurae bei, Monroe, 1 QAdams Jack roonoind 4 he' copied the time of this coMmikee,, not asinele
tween free, ledependent, enlightened present incumbent, have receivitd the art I
ICA WU particularly specified Of justified by
citizens, and their elective efficers. The benefit of a SiMittat provision ' in' their me. Wherefore, then. does he attempt to make
ine responsible for such lid he has chosen to des
courts of &tope, forsooth I And such official elation. The house, ' the furni sortialeteeenit foorAetseidietrzst Tones, nottliarlitliceh, skp
is The ati-thority relied upon by this whig toe, the garden,' and the 'cultivated
froni Penneylvenia, for deoying a chair grounde'have been alike the enjoymt nt a sentence olcondemnatiotft I did 4, holvismar
to his constituents and mine, in the: vs. reach, socket the public charge. t; er generally. have already to-day repeated,
ad I now reiterate, that to a casual observer
ry house provided by the people for their may be instructive to this committee to ars neither too !jell nor too a
own honor, and in muse- fordenoun- be informed of the grants of Congress Ibhuen tont' tflonnt tat reP:
Ice and magnificent of the
cing mil' for seeking Id wake pro5tision for some of these objects, during the OillO1100, nor too good c h
t t-O WO tif the first
for their more 'suitable accommodation. periods of the reepective administra.. representative officers of a free and sovereign
. people. But er this I make LO Midler or person
Because the princes Of Eutopo Imps lions. I hate now before me a state
at controversy with the member. , I understand
their vassals ,in Servile'', waiting '.' upon ment,collated from officiiil documents; Lima nowitioawsaywiehiztthhasa tams naever been at the
their pleasure,' is that a' mnen why , it of appropriations for ' the purchase of mit)iocertewveuno
republitian iltittea of the Uni:, .1 Stales furniture fer each Presidential term, of a bcooming modesty, ors senseYorrijus
to denounce unseen that which ptu eel bud hen'
should lack the (tom' I uf a w.?at,;while ter the removal of the seat of Govern.
the. President inv'' "-, I fro- 'lot la. ment lob the Federal citý. ' - - comble men have sanctioned, I leave for whets
to consider. Ile. condemns the articles u the
'I..' ; By a law albs 2d of March, I'M the exhibition oraristocratic pride and splendor..
bki or his mud
tesies to., whic lel jusrpo,,,ine to.the commencement of Well, sir, I defend not tha ., purchase of then ,
entitled ' It L 0-1Y i' tr )tratrili -ol the elder Adams, articles, but lake my position behind the chu
acter f those.by. -whose authority they were
teachee4 :Thu "ub-: Ow, i nfidethe following' appur pro3ursd. I Insist that whatove; fault has been
lic-are themeel ohe priatiOnf ''' , . ' '' :' .' s ' :. ' .. committed it lies with those whosfurnished the
measure of thei pect 'Proceed, deals of old furniture, and MOROI of stois-Axtravegance,. if sutra
which is their due are no4 1,b6O.'be PO midi in ' addition ' thorn"' 1 'the there be-with tile Representatives film apnecot
ple;who, agaio and again, under ivory admin..
looked for in: the conventional etiquette President mayjudge neceseary,' not
.1 i 1,. ---,, ,,,:. ,....,, ,, !stration. with a full lenowledge of the matinee'
in which the anoneý would be expended. hare
of courts, nor are theilhe be3ori of pria-exced,
)lon 'of NI voted, have voted the app priattons without
ces.:,, If the constituente of thit member Dorn,. ',,,..,, .
shall Visit Washington, and desire an Jetrereoi the ' app;,,-..stiorv amoun, restriction Of qualification.71have shown that
- , ,. ,,,, I - , - -, , whateves reproach attaches to the procurement
iotroduction to the Chief Magistrate, 4. ted to f29 000. -
01-)Q, Ann : and use.of ouch furnitore hat been ;peened by
-hi dare trust himself to accomPany them - In that erMr. '''Ikladionn to 4,'",-vv . the bead of etchisueessive administration. If,
to the "White Ilquee.' I venture to',Say - : It wee In this period''.'ttost she hums' indeed, the fiutition ,ut the bootie be II &opt!? of
.he . will be made Sensible to' the deficien was sacked ky the. British,': npon their splendor,stern and sound repnbiteens have beoe
cy which the committee propose:. to sup. ineursion'into Washington ' during the betrayed into il ; c li h
-LP .up-s- error.- ..:c, t, , ' , ,i'
ply; and whatever math. his oen.views , war, and the furniture, which, from the -; Thoinas's Jeffierson was'iMe'lleenotinted 'Thin
of eubactyienoy to' the cuutoms of Bit.- beginning, bad cost the nation upwards ,nd unpreteedioe democrat, and reseed, in his
subjectfurther I kr in it, I
1 ilener omen to the pop ert by the shalt txtuttml the patience of the MP.
of seventy thousand dollars, wae wholly day, for an unostentatious Clue( Magistrate and : -.., .
-deetroyed. ' . - . , . yet we nave seen toss the pow of gia,tass wee: .: ..
in ,k expended for thulium's during the ptot..41 of bet'
. After the repair of the House, '11' Presidency; and this, ton, in .addition to the -
years 1617 and 'IS, during the admin- S14.000 previous y granted to his imnictlive
i4tretten of Mr. Monroe; the records pre4etesso,... 14 purity and republicao sions-,, .
it to plicity or Mr. Manitongs life end niahlier4 hme. ..,
ehow appropriations for refurnieing
never,lo this tire been questioned; yet to the '. -,.' '
the aggregate amount : ol $50,000. , before approvmted, $28,000 mote ' 'i, ', ' :'
la the adm;ntstration , lif Mr. John ti. Sw4e3,,e'Neten in ,ho fu)al pnlealitry in the eight ,, , ,
Adams the grante amounted to $23.00e, year of hm adminietiation. Colonel Mono, ' 1
too, was he a vain glorious aristrocratt Ile has ',. ,,
:In that of General Jackson $39,000.
the credit, in history at least, or having resisted . ,1 ' .-
III that ofMr. Van Buren They bave
to Wood, in the Revolutionary eoittlictt a Gm., ., ,
been, to this time, $20, 000.
. , eminent of royal pride and amputee. and by e . .. .
1 The itatement 'from which I Yead, Ifs devoted to his country. contributed as large ' 1 , '
gives the date reach law anti the pre.. ty as any (Alert the establishtnent and euppt;rt )' , '
ciee,appropriation under it.:. . .
' Such, Mr. Chairmen. are tha -sums
whether lavish or not. I, shall not' ss..., of institutions of equal rightsind political equal ' , .
ny ; yet. in his administrotiort a greater espenrti, 1- ' '
tdra was made in refinnishing the house atter - '
!ilcIP the late war. than under all his A ' ' ."- '
to coneiderwhich from time to time, what say you Mr. Clittirnian,. of anyvvnerabla ..' - 'ae.
. vi beed voted by Pongrese; and these
are the sflreceiveran to whonithe meas.
ber refertsmen who,: for ace pt.
e mg the
ael!eageo tie he not a whig in'friticiple. and a ,, .r
p mitt republican in mamma? And yet Le receiv A , :.
wbmover benefit noulted from an nppropii-,..1. ,,-,
mien of $20,000. &air the four years a hie' ", ,.
linCOnIMOdationn provided by law for Presidency,. added to the large expenditures 'I',.. -
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the ernes which tiley' sustained Bua think you my
brel made by eadonet Monroe.
bonond;16 :colleague would have st 0 n v,e-rsnoilerb db li 1,11-og : .
18.1 VillS;17 IMolJ1 tes,y sy..9 ....
charged with "robbing the Treasurv
Theo.. 0 t-e tihis, with a conaciousness that tt was intended ,,.t ,
aed fleecing the People."
they of whom it is Raid 4The recelier thron:Zm
eamgpstuyrtseplmayetin:rrtit by duing h, in 7, ,'
ie se bad as the Thief." . The elder ethoellearrgeuoseuhraysaniool octiococariognistoneuteotwoloap;rof.essioz k:4
Adams, the dauntl-em assarter of A.
or honesty or respect for the rights of Um peoc i, ;
merican freedom; Jefferson the co-pa,ii plo.fitdo entitle his course of official action to the ,, -
triot of Adam, the ' draughtsman Atha to eminent public services and -
Declaration of Independence, the great et)distn' ingetiniesteddlorivate wtue. or all men, he ' -
would be the last to indulge in mallard of osten.,:'''
apostle of liberty, the very chlifof dem
Wiwi and vain show. , , -. , .,
Mr. Ogle, I deny that either Adame or Mr. , I
emu.; Madison, the champion of the
Contoitution, tho patriot statesman and
Monroe ever had such trumpery as Van Duren. I
Nage; Monroo, the soldier of the Rev-
Mr. Lineoln. And I undertake to say that,-,,' ,
olution, the brave defetd.er of 'tha Re (I-0mm . tits prebidermy 0 m ,
Monroe,. 'mote t. '
public in the first war. the inflexible and nuumpery," as the uientrber ri's pleased to te '''''' '
than under every other Affininistrstion,7ollinhnis' "
uncompromising advocate of national it, was carried into the Preaidential m fm' '
honor, rights, nnd intereme in the law:
time, put together. ' . - , - ''. i tr,
these are thev who received the-uppropriationik.
and to whom the adage in ap Mi.. chairman, it was not my wish to enter '.
lefeepalrebnolund to rbefebr tbe Com
aðtlealli intobothis au! ject. But upon die denial of .4
plied. Names deathleve in fame, inr
ry's mitten:10u threnrQuewt.,
mortal in the history ot their conut
renown! My 'emoted colleague too,
mpoainitedtrottial nive081 oPell'actictilellonuabPlintlheretati:ulio'behehteln!.;' 1 '
the learned.. civ,,ilian,,,th:a, 777 cp.liihaaed, et idmerrootro till re. ybal.po.pnrrooe.p.:ia ilitnm.py. tottft .sobor I rouoot 112 notieby .1
diplomatist, the inc. rruptible magi tr t
apostle of liberty, the very chidof dem
waist Madisoo, the champion of the
Constitution, the patriot statesman and
Nage; Moores, the soldier of the Rev
olution, the brave deferrt;er of the Res
public in the first war, the inflexible and '
uncompromising advocate of national
honor, rights, and interests in the Iasi:
these are they who received theeppro
priations. and to whom the adage in ap
plied. Names deathless in fame, im
mortal in the history ot their conutry's
renown1 My venerated colleague too,
the learned 'civilian,,the accomplished
diplomatist, the inc. rruptible magistrate,
he who On this floor la the meet fearless
fix faithful of the servants of tlje people,
together with the Hero of New Orleans,
"the greatest and the best," and the
more humble "follower in the foot
steps" they eleo are within the oblo
guy of the same reproach. 4
: Pitt.'Clutirm' an. li; thanh the member tit I b '
bu len us no doubt of the cause of his grie4, .
oua complaints in those matters..., I understand
him to say that he was one of thug, who Joh),
ed in the ootorious East Room clamor: and, by
raison br the imputed extravagance of toy 'ere
ruble colleague in the purchase of billiard.. tee
1 ble, Om cum and choesmen, at the COPI.Or
fiw dollsre, atalsted in dispioning pr.e adminise .
tration,. which taxed Ilia 7 teasury but twelve '
millions a year, to, introduce a &misty which
l now requires more than thricetola that amount '
for its annual. exponilitore. If for hitt b cause ,
he would hurl' from Ware one of 11,0 most pore -
1 and faithful piorióts that rye,'" esort,t the town., ,
(try, thore Ca0 be ne en , prit;e ttt the errIrons he ::
has cligten with which to amend t1T turn (IOW
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were procured toy him,and fur his own account, sts2
while Minister in Prance, and were afterwards "' 1
taken for the Government, oy apptaisaVon Ins .
accession to the Chair of State. Ay. Os this 7 ,
famous golden plats:At, and most of these gold
spoons, and knives, and forke,and vases. which i
have PO bewildered die imagination of the mem -
ber, and shocked the simple virtue of bighead. , ...;
were the purchase ot the Republican Monroe? -
And, in application to these even, there is a les -; -
don of infancy, which may profitably bi , ,
membered, that "all is not gold that glittere ,
or, ir I am tint greatly mosittl'ormed.,The plots :
esti, and spoons, food knives, eitil forks, otre but ; .,-t7
-Beer gilded, and the golden, vases but china I
Bet the ITIOP1 monstrnits extravagance or Such ;
doings' exclaims- Me mender. What is
with the vast 811101111t of those appropriations? -I
impoires. ,Sir, I have ,not peerel inte the ' I
window's:of peleee,:,00s moulted dopougt)414, 4,
Iitchen or the garret, to sea whether the Pool te' r ,
nave got their tioneys worth in the perelnises', ,
which have been made. l'Itis is tiot the pro..., 4
since ni the conornitte of which I ant lb member., -
nor, i( it were, would I perform the service. ,
Does it require, he asks. such large amount' ' ,
for mere plain and necessary furniture ? Plooni
no,nor is it to ,be supposed that,,by the large, ,
propriations which have been made from tittle
to time congress valid intend the purchases, .
should bte so restricted. Simple, indeed, must, . -
he be ( I had almost said a fool) whocould
agine that, in the authority to an outlay of : ,
ty thousano, dollars, as in the cue ofMr. Mon -
roe, gr of twenty -thottarind dollar'. as in die, '
administration of Mr Atains, or thirty thew.: -
sand. as in that of Gen. Jackson, or twenty, - ;
thousand for Mr. Van Buren, the ornamental -
was to be exchitlett Tbe schedules which the
member exhibits may 'well excite his 'wouder.., '
: I kn2w nothing of their fidelity.' :But the CaN,
pets and the curtains, the candlestick' and thot :
candelabras. the, ottomans and the 'divans, the
taldes, mahogany and marble,' thootabourets'
, (tabby-cats in the member's. riomenclaturey
o were all doubtless in the estimate'. They mar
be names of startling round to an unpractised i
ear, but they are thongs of use and no uncoin-C ,
mon appearance inInany,l'a private , '7 '
One thing above all, seems to have created,
1 amazement with the member., He has found,
in hi' manly and dignifiedaresearch, an invoice 1
of "cups and saucer's". whkh were in the clo' , :
; eta of Mr., Adams, and he cries out with 'stow ";
lament at their number. What the need, he :
a domande, of so many doze of cups end eau. t
't ewe, ',Sir. I will tell the member. - They were ,,',
a wantest for a purpose which be could never coo,
to jecturethe hospitable entertainment of visite
e and friends. They were a means, among othb.
a ere of offering the couttesiu of place to those ,, :
3' whir) called upon the President as the Repress
tative of thii People. They were used fostliel,
1- refreshment of the nation's guests. To such ee
P witnessed the noble hospitality of my !tonere.
ble colleague, in his high officia- station, it need 1 '
,y not be told how entirely the accommodaions of s
it the house were made but mere apptiances to f,
1r his personal liberty. ' Sir, I stIvise tile member ,
l to study better the manner' of the past before
'a he prescribes a mle of condnct. for the future., ,
It The public residence of lobe President of -
ln ted Stated had been, and should ever contiltue
'n the seat oft gii'nerons hotipitality: and represent ,
ing, as I do, a freeshearted snd liberal constitui ,!
1,13 ency, the incumbent in office. whotiverbe Mei
be, ithati never find in my vote an excuse for '
's its neglect. If Gen. Harrison shall succeed to
'n the occupancy of the White House, as I trust
m he may, and which I shall labor as zealously
le as any one to effect, My speech shall furnisn no
r.- argument for leayin,,e him there' with only the ;
wornuut and east-off furniture of his predocessl z;
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