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lin Ben kfYlint
ete;tcon b tho 4MiessaglenBal
timore.' Th~ ranent: ad. caty e
had stationd epssridoir.-stlthe t.Care
r .sthackages wrin scraniblod'for and
di~tributed he-caine dashing. hrougha the
-ptincip~ throgfare, Bahtimore street, "at
.hn ilpinisp ddchiaieI by thousands .of
spectators wh. ined thie pavsinents. The
afi'air haippily but niiraculously: passed off
ith a c dent
- :dHo fo iakfornia" is now th6 byevord
with all oriyo u men.w A partyiliave ehar
tr a Clipper brithe "CoilFrmon (so
* %named ftomths ditn sled youn C pi;
nlanfebtedher obrtd '~
* sagexenas by th pyroceed of the ve. re,
* *, .~and will sail in a da or two. The emigrnt
Associati oduto which I have -referred, Ittve
-enrolled somiesixty fanmilies,aund are looking
Iaboutfor asilt'able vessel. A new shp -the
y thondjustflaunched yesterday, is a.
readyp for San Francisco, d the Gv
enent transport barque; .ymt's Ella, and
two other vesselygare also anveounced for the
same destinationi buAs has truly been said,
bofore. Congress can mako California a Ter
ritOy,ihei vill iedemandi riadmissioe b a
State.lReport states thatSenator Douglass'
bilie is ramedeparticularly in view of this-thus
removing fromnthe Ca pito!, to the place itself,
the determnination of the question of slavery.
- .. . Last eveniiig'a'mail from Newv York bringing
confirmation of the unweldoe .tidings re
pectingthe Cholera, has created considerable
alarm m thiscity- It appears that four-iew
ases have-beein reported at the Quarantiie
grounds, ma-Staten Island, mnaking nineteen
scos iinajllof which ten have - proved fatal.
Whe~ther it aithAsiatic Cho era,- -a mil
uderdye Jushtoldsehse,dit :course -is rapid
ad ralignntsetting at defiance slike med.
hJw eiscioeerd mnedicaldpeanoience. Theve
-selfwhioh;conveyed.tha cont agon for such
it:aees). - sthetatwe - , a irst claiss
Havie packs ( dLatilab andho usiual pire
caiutiops forshealthi wore observed on board;
.and the steerage passengers, embarking ata
healthy port, were cleanly in habits and care
ful i.diet. Still coming fromn the interior of
Germany, ais stated, they- may have borne
the seeds of, pestilence in their. mide . By
what means, however, it reached us, opinion
seems to be settled ai to the fact of its actual
presunce'; and nothing remains but to avert
the very worst.'by wiell-advised . municipal
-.A project was started a few day since to
present a.State-coach to Gen. Ta or. Com.
ittees were-appointed from sme unknown
.. or.unauthorized source, to solicit subscrptions
and names of influential citizen placied upon
them without their privity or knowledge. The
afieir has proceeded no further .than a pub.
lien.tion of those names in-the dully papers.
It -will here be -abandoned; particularly in
viAw of .Gen. Taylor's most certainly declin
ing~It, if presented. So President- - Polk did
i alcase po..very unlike, where an officehol
d ie(Thomas t.Lloyd, the then Surveyor of
the pert of Baltimore received back a horne
he had presentedi a'n with it permission to
retire from -public station. . S.
rer-thle CZolumbia Telegraph.
w Mn MOSES'SPEECh .i
eO jhto bL ?To at d in tihe Construe.
iorn of the Vil initon: and Manchester
Rail-Road," being-before the Senate.
.MAlR; MosES 'of Claremont,- rose anid
-said, -That he trusted :tho measure wvould
receive the same consideration and favor,
thant had been extended to the other Rail
Road crntrp:'izes, wvhich had preferred
illir claims to Legislati've decision.
.Thipy'all irndicated the- rowving - energy
of the citizens of our State, wvho .were
determined to elevate South Carolina to
the important position she should occupy
in a social, commercial, agricultural and
-military point at viowv. v It wvas time that
her- resources should be more fully dove!.
oped, anid that the exejridns of her people
in carrying 4u meas as to secure that
end, a souli not . ralyzed -bys the
frowns of those to cr wias not f
ly committed.o e a ~f lher honor, brty
Senators w ~r ei or in regarding
- - .this application as a~ denmand upon the
'resujy, and as a gtiitous appropria.
- - - ~ ~ u49o,00oney. 'u bill sogJt no such
- - graengy- -merely propost-Wsubscrip.
-i-t o the amount of 629,000 to be
- - paid in the stock of the State, in the
-th Carolinh Rail Road Company, at
* alspar-valuei wjghhtioh guards and jre
~tricIjap gcotainied in the third section of
AaWseduredths lbifetion of that a.
ul~nt only n: the condition that $750,.
000 :shnuld-abe firststbsdribad byother
- - Stockholers, -and *100,000 -of that sum
not onlyAIDn in, but - actually exponded
fahvwork upon the road, before anportion
e;h ddState stock shiould -be tran.
rednd delivered to tile Companyi It
vai b'ta transfer of the portion of the
9 aoy invested by- the, Legislature in the
ro 1od hi l d i n7Fg1, i2 d
j aoile h die.sil~P~
datioredu dometfroma i othe Stb~ ~ ate
whidh'iha heredf eIed lit
the~\h han - b A-of Whi thuote.
a dd tho n u a bec from
the uli t a tro ctrt eanpls
atn roms foher prto of the StatOh
pn tsands p had it eve-bded from
tculctrbury to cono an l
aroads Stte oThe prens of the Staeh
Easter secredaihd toethe Greenvipaeedrin
the distrbo Road thafnd..Had not ot
coidred th sortime. the Settat
onpinipple,.rhe adli was-e foundek.
wusrde in asoidn, t and tbjeewedtievnd
oul co trite to thane oof andssglryk
ofWheateso cahe asind o the esree
'bfrnofiro thesea vod or theil
thiehsee caito the Gpeeople isin.
vtedi CrtemRa a ndth ehaed otie
tablisheqtui' tato bilthoul bemmon-n
siered atdh prsaeime.o hey flt that
jutce. in resontj and bjire toe funds
that'hes roas are assigned:pecuhearen
feetof thesric of cs ountvr theg
othier "limcitlo the cil fue of.
vte in their alstute. Toheir enfsu
tabn etd will tond 't theiromonfin.t
imis, and prsern and feveyiano theera
comnrvm. as th stad nirtersy
eit 'fosten .adisrc ofncoury sthroug,
which, h theys.Y can nerpove dtrcu
mentibe oreuimi to benfhia ionflec ofal
prios. ucano ts fsen'era, likse
The enat n dha aured ben inform
hd, tha ovrd0' 0 asbe usrb
oe by idsia to 'this cRion-ed
That,, tei contreeantd fogaithng aepl
"imeroe int. on H thre oertathe net
inmater and aeportingof shea hs
ivhich, hi* I hey'b~'. -a nver- bi" prv ltdt.,
.tald bn conia cteo, the mmolev to
paen souc tn sgenof rosperi
the Siena hury trua wohih ifpas
e.ad by nd.iiduterats o' 'ths. RalRod.*i
Tatrd the motios faorgading promie been
enterad icaton haomp loer thn the' msti'
mte, ariund " tare otind- of gadinoas
econoia b estrateds rtor he rte
be tkent, In subithion of ~qstok . Theb
invites the wyork of iman. In no direction
could a road of such extent be accom.
plished on easier terms. It 'extends
throngh a wveil-timbered territory, 'almost
inn ,traight line, end.challenges compar.
o .a being one of the most encouraging
schemes both for general convenience and
The Honorable Senator from Orange
had not been backward in subjecting the
proposition before them to the odium of
the usual invectives which he had stereo.
typed for use, whenever any countenance
or favor is asked of the Legislature. A.
gain we hear of that "knock at the Treas
ury" is he again to be informed, (and
the perusal of the bill on his table will
aflord him the information,) that no ap
propriation is sought from the public cof
fors. e are looking to the fund which,
having already been oaned to foster one
such enterprise, may be regarded as
pledged to aid them all. The Senator
as now (and not for the first time on this
floor) asked uis to take counsel from the
course of our sister States, mnd boldly en
quire of the Senate wvhat aid Massachu.
setts, Newv-York or Georgia had given to
Rail-Roads within their respective limits?
Th enquiry was put, Sir, with denial
Ssame brqath, of any assistance hav
.ibeen rendered by these'States. To
ihat authority does the gentleman turn
for his facts? I boldly take iss e with
him. Sir, if we are referred to those
States, let us take their glorious examples
for our guide. New-York, distinguished
as she is, has rendered herself pre-emin.
otly so for the liberal amount- of mrnney
which she expended in' Internal improve.
nents, and although lie whole State Is
cut up by canals, built at public expence,
to bear on their waters the evidences of
her weoalth she has aided by the security
of hier namo, one of the m~ost extensive
Rail.Roadat in her limits. Massachuse'tts
has expended 10 millIons of. dollars. in
extending aid to,.the Rail-Roads .in her
boundarioa, and our neighbor State has
built one Rail-Road at her own expense.
H-o truistodifthe Sechator.from Orang#.
was only withheld from giving his sup.
port to the measure, because lie did 'not
decsirn Rnnth.Oarolina to;;e had., of oth
ce k btr iL t
Messrs. W iT, a C
-1 . ou F
'dIgtorore, e have $en
Yot # o4 n .A bcoa
-The necsit v, however o h rasg nisey
to me'et our paMets due ap' co'
pots us to make thisripat th do dol
patrons'hearts aid' eke t g i
ly, and to que a h
us It-maybe i their -
We co-oldide* i&t$o
that"your immediate. a ten tio to t ab '
The favorable telegraphic advicr N
on the arrifils of.Ibe, ans
hav6 caused an a dance in thl'. ,
in Charleston, dr
particular the a re
pi-icea from 5to6.~. sh.tak i
vIanceon present prc we exp
passage of the
our rail road:by t
who "jiabybI7atrle thbl" 4.if
the success of tlis measue
came too latelf(or in4rI0 .lu6r~~l
its substance is already kn io Jiti
Had we had a dilju~1 ii4v
reached us in tio eCF pir '
rail road, by sublscriptio ~i
tftate, in the sum of O ih Ste
stdbk of~the S. C. r ail damr+
It passed by a vote of380t i v~
The billi iso passedih
this' after a short discusgpon.
Thus the encourage~beatnofbe hf6 i
given to this. iruportairt eterpris,de ir,
it is believed, wville indadp esitn fo
other quarters. Heretofore, it h e, *
ed upon as a thing .bpn 6ch thstatp
frowned, and something of. be ah nature
was necessary to reisove'his iwpreas.
This Increases the amount now'ubacribej
to the mumofabout82i, and there is-now
not the slightest doubt, ven In th isia iti8t
opponents, that the rod ill bebijtMny,
too, who were either-lukewarm or opposed,
have now become advocates of the measure.
It is due to our Senator fromn Claiemnt,
Mr. Mosia, to say, that t~his strenuous, on.
tiring and eloquent zeal In the Senat, as the
principal advocate of the road, le the isug
of this important bill 16 a
we learn from the publi pmnsa~lp~2
vate sources. By the latemag Iow
have been infornied that quai mnert fot a.
duo/us and energetic edlrtsiont~ el
tie halls, is given to
rion, the- preside'nt eene cupny. M~i
GWYNi the cif onI I' n Gnrf
nir of Cheraw, isla aredq habh
of the~rga , azdfit*l ti
It is iuderstoon that Gen. Gospx.pree1
dent of the S. C. R:RL,'oif efe
and M. R.,aL nd wllid
promote'its coeion. '
The route from Sttervil -oh~~
Branch will l isoondeteil6on
contracts ist gt r
action, action, 'tob~wt ~~elp
the work. : -
L1EOISLAT EBADJOU~r4 T
The Lgisu fthie Ste e
4 h 2t al d
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4 omsa~..m- memeeJmem.m.