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CONCLUDED FOM 4-TH TACE.
All the public land which have been sur
veyed and were ready for inatket, liavc
been proclaimed for .ale . during the past
year. The quantity offered and to be oflsr-
o? the Pacific, within the territory of thejto habits of labor by civilization.
United States, as the public interest may The accompaning report of th
..-J .1 I imitation . I t ie mails.
cu lur BiCf nutter mu iiiuviaiuai.uij iiyncuii , . . ,.
since the first of January last, .amounts to! 'lb preservation of peace with the Ind,
9,138,531 acres. I !r' tr:;,rs "J'S wtof tne Rocky Mi.iiii-
The prosperity of the wtiltrn stales amli-' ,e,,j4r , Pro,er ,that anl "r''
territoiie. in which tlios lands lie, will be ; '"'' K'f n by law for the appointment
enhanced by their .needy safe.-Bv withhold-!"! ' adequate number ol Indian agents
require. Post Offices have accordingly ,tary 0f ie Nary piesents a satisfactory ac-
oeen esiauiisueu, .;rpui jiusi j
pointed, an 1 provision made, for the trans-
i.. n. .rk..t ii...ir avr.ivth .-.ii. i in. lo reside among mem. i
crease of population woulJ be retarJc.!, i.mli I recommend that a Surveyor Genera! s:s
count of the condition and operation cf t'ie
naial service during tiie last year. Our
commerce has been pursued witfr increas
ed activity, and with safely and success in
every quartet of the globe, under the pro
tection of qur flag, which the Navy has
caused to be respected in the most distant
ccived for the year will be sufficient to pay jail tbaYVoii'slittifes us a great alio liWppy
all expenses, and no further aid will be -:. I'nimpo ianVare allof our diffr
. c . i i r .,;'"ces upon minor question of public poll- ;
nuired for that purpose. lhe first ol lue, ? .r r
" lu I . , , i , ' J compared with its preservation, and how
Americau steamers, authorized by the ae:iI.1I1.,ll,liiv s1lf.l(l we-.void all aeitatino-
of the 3.1 of March, IS 15, was complete d!0,u.s w,ic, ,0y lend td exclt and divide
;ind entered upon the 1st of -J ime4astT audi us- n-to contending parties, separated by ge
is now on her third voyage to Bremen andjogM biccl liars, whereby il irray be weJc-
... i i :. : .... l ... -it . .... I... i .t.el...i1 n. l.f lurnlfirt'. nun
luousanuv 01 our cuieruriiiiLt uiu .i .'--ii.i.v m. r9inuiiiiiii ,n. .......--.j,
frontier population would bcjBei.rived of the op-:i;;it Iho- public lands be siuvcyed aiid'(!,e officers and men of our sqadroe.s have
nartuiutv 01 securing irei.-in.i-as lor i:i-.mt.t .r.)ii'!.t i:.t; market at an earlv nern'rt. . .1:
In the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific,
1 jdisplajed distinguished gallantry, and have
1 II, . l:i a l.litimi In tun ',.t.: r:i! 1 r 1 I ...... l...i . ........
Klt4 4UMii".-i r- IlUi: Ill III t lift ill.MI. IDA. LMrtllta IIJF'rit - . , 1
:w;. .vhU, iL. r.jj'v s of' .., . 1 T:.: e ii 1. tpeHormed valuaole services.
thess lauJs proper, it is a Ii?a.linj of.ject. at thi. ,.lf ,S Jnatl (i) B t.i; izfcllS f ,i!C Tj.! l' the early st..g: s of the war with Mex
time, to realize as large a sum as pyssd-lc ircn,i . , : ,., j . v ; !jCo, her i.-orts. on h.-th coasts, were block-
this source, an:! thu, dhuinish, by that .avmid !-I". - .7 . 'ZLZA .ri I , L,:,
receiitly, many of them had
grate to Oregon and settle upon Jand. b(,cn c,j,trt.i and l.eid by tiie Navy
liiese nar.iy anu auviiuurous on..?".'vi-, ..,;..;., ..,.nn.r!.im,l uiili fl,. I.
who hive e!icoimw1 tbvd a liters andpri-l & . . .
k e a forces, the aalolncersnd men have per-
vat..-J-tif a-fST.s jS8ine j;)jirny aiid;"rl '"H." . '
have t length found an abiJi: plaee f.r foimrd gallant and distinguished services
the public loans, ren lared necessary by ihe cx
it tciicc ot a Ibrein wr.
It estimated that not less than en mill-ii-.na
nf acrnc nf nublie lnds wlU be sur
veyed and"be in ft ?ondiiioVrnle-rroclaiift-
- 1 J. .1 into t!i
0 . - . . ' . 1 1 .1 . 1 . -.. r :!:.-... ...! I . 1 1 . 1 1) , stA
In my last annual message 1 presrnieirl l:,r,il, ' a,lu 1,11 miiiihi , 'ij'un mr i-.on uw inu u w-n i n mn,
the reasons which, in my 'judgment, 'ren-j verge .f our western limits, should be1.,.,.,, l.u hiliwt ccuiinendatiou of t!;f
aereu it proper i graduate ami rruuee i n-, ... ........ j jtountiv.
nrlpf nf s'irli nf tin- ntii.lir- lauds a have i pro 1 ed by their labor. ' u-
Kned unsli fn ioog peri,:, ifterj I refer" y-i to the accompanying report' i.i.e ott.er marat.me powers ore adding
they have been offered for sale at public' Secretary of War for a deUi.rd af-;to ti.-ir nv,.sL.ge fcuu.beisf warsleain
auction. tcount of tiie ojn rations of the vari.ms i rn, it is we f dicy, on our pait, to make
Many millions of acres of public lands, branches of the public service eonriecl.-d',;,,;,. ,JJiii(-.j to our navy. The four
lying within the limits of several of the wtb the department under hi ''arge.-J ,t!,orid by In act or 3d
western states, have been effered in the 1 he duties devolwng on Ins d.-paitm. nf ; are in pumae of construe
market and have been subject to sale a! !havc been vnus.uily onerous and re,m..si-t M-rcb, 1817, arc in couike of const.ut
nrivate entrv frr more than twentv vearsjble during the past Reason, and have beviijtion.
hiii) l.irire nuantities f.ir more than thirty (discharged with ability ami success. In addition to the four war steamers an
years, at the lowest price prescribed by the
existing laws, and as it has been found that
they will not command that price, they
must remain unsold for thirty years, and un
cultivated for an indefinite period, unless
The other v ev
ened or ef.dimiierrd.
Invoking the blessing of the Almighty
other i itermediate porls.
I 1 I i " . . iim w. .1.UHU .lilllicillj
sels, authorized under tne proi isions t ol : Ru,(;r f ,r.t. lV:, , lsp npoil your delibera--
tliat act, ate in course ol eoi.stiucuon, nnaj1lonSi lt w,u ,y niy holiest duty,, .not lest
wil be put upon the line as soon-as com-iiiiHii my sincere pleasure,' ttf 'cn-openrta'
pletcd. Contracts lu-ve been made for the; with yon iu all measures which may tend U .:.
transportation of the mail, in steamers, from I 'note the .onr and enduring welfare of
A , . , Jour common country.
Charleston to Havana. A reciprocal audi .... . ',. ,,..
.... . .ii JAMKS K. FOLK.
satis tactory postal arrangement has tieeiij . '
l . t . i i .i Washington, Dec. 7th, IS 17.
made by the Post MasUr General wnh the .
authorities of Eremen, and no i.'irticulty isj "P sf 15 A V P I? , :
npprel. ended in mr.kiurj similar arrange-j
inents with other powers with which we
may have communication by mail steamers, I
except Great Biitain. I
E. C Si S. r. SlVRilAX, Editor.
On the arrival of the American steam-i MONDAY, -
eiF, bound to Bremen, at SoiOiamatlon, in
the month of Jum- last, the Critisli post of
fice directed the collector of diseiiuiinatingj
- DEC. 27.
Sj-TIIOF. who a.!veriie in the Banner
' r I . t fl" !- !". ttlt'r.vt tmr ll.ntit JllAVU-(ai
; postages on all letters and oliu-r ini.uao.tj i!V he n:ni.er of times which they with
matter to Gre a. Lritiu, or which went in-llnm inscrte I, else t'.ity will be continued til
i l T ! I ... 1 1 I . If l
to the British post oiiU-e on t.'ie.r way tO,t,r" a':" .urge., ior acccn.iiiKiy.
Wc are requested to give notice that a
debate will he held at the School-House, 1
Pacific relations exist ilht!.e variou tlol;lt.j i,.. t,is ac, t,e Secretary of the
m tribes, and most of t!u-m nanifrnt a X,vy ,lW lttrBlullCe of its provii.usjsteam. rs are subject to pay but a single
g fiiei.dsl.ipf.ir the L. State. Nom !,,tae. This measure was adonted fl
aa Hiw if at id ii"
depredations were comini '.ted duiing tbej'"1
,!pat year upon our tra ters transporting o b ewjdoycd mi the transp-itatim of the
t!w nrice demandrd bv the everninent supplies fr our army on the road between; United Sti s Mail ttw New Vork to New
shall be reduced. No satisfactory reason j the western border of Missouri ai.d Santa'Orleat.s, touching at Havana, and from Ha
is perceived why they should longer beFe. These depredation! which are p l , ,0 Charges-fir ti re steamers, to be
held at rates above tiieir real value. At posed to have be n rominitted by border " , ,
this period an additional reason exists fori''w the regionsof New Mexico have I
ad'intlin? the measure recom-nended. !rreid by the presence of a military f.
When the country is engnged in a foreign J ordered out for that purpose. Siine out
war, and we must necessarily resort toj'4S, l'y been m rpetraud by jrtions 1
loans, it would eem to be the dictate of: the Noflh Western uuds ujui th.-ir ek
wisdom that we should avail ourselves of",,d comparatively defenceless neihW
all our resources, and thus limit the amount liigtribes. Prompt measures have len
France or other parts of Europe. The if-
fect of the order of the British post t liice
is to subject all letters and ol'.ti mailable
,atter to double postage, one postage l:av-l iiar of Joseph C. Allison,
r., o:i Friday tl;e 31st iyst., at 12 o'clock.
The fittest inn for discussion, aswell as wo
understand it, reads as follows Would it
be advisable, under tlte present aspect of
uur political affairs, to admit anymore Ter-
ing been previously paid on tl.i in in the U.
States, while letters transported on Bntisl
postage. This measure was adopted fo!
the avowed object of protecting the British
m -1 . I. .
l.neot man steamers, now ruuninSuuee..,iito i;jt;j t(ie Unjte1 Sut.s
Boston and Liverpool, and, if continued,! .
l:l a I ... .! .. l .
iiiiiki speeuin pui " eii'i to im iiuij ki io-
tiou of all lettirs and other matter by A-
of the public indebtedness to the lowest
I recommend that the existing laws on
the subject of pre-emption rights be amend
ed so as to operate prospectively, and to
embrace all who mv settle upon the pub
lic lands and make improvements wmi 'permanent Uoe. Arr.-gesneuU have beet
them before they are surveyed, as wrll fcs'manV for others tofdlov.
taken to prevent such occurrences in fu
Between one and two thousand Indian
have been removed during the year !'
t!i- eart of the Mississippi, to the cui'rn
allotted 0 them, west of that river, st!; ii
lands in all cases where such settlement
may lie made after' the Indian title shall
have been extinguished.
If the right of pre-emption be thus ex
tended, it will embrace a large and merito
rious class of our citizens it will increase
Since the Ueaty of 1M6 with the Cbero
kees, the feuds among them appear to ban
subsided, and il.ey have beruu.e amre uni
ted and CHitcntcd than they l ave U f. ;
man years past. The Comrussioneis ap-
the number of small free bolder upon our' Jointed, in pursuance of the art of Junt
borders, who will be enabled thereby to'22d, 1846, to settle the claims erisii.r un
educate their children, and otherwise im
prove tiieir condition, while they will al
ways be found, in the hour of danger to
our country, among the best of our volun-j.
Oic. o as to roiiixetVith the snail to meiican steamers, and give the Brilisi
Charge, aeroas tU intl.mii and f..r five steamers a monopoly of the business. A
2? The Whigs of Marion held a meet
ing at Palmyra, on the 1st Monday of the
present month, at which thty appointed
teamirt, to be emi.li.yed in like manner t.. jH f- reciprocity is all that we Je-j',' , Convention to bo
Liverp.1. TUse ticaneri will be thejire, and on this we must insist. By o-j,ieKi'i Uoonville, mid also to the District
property the eoftiartoi-, tut to be built jU. discrimination is made against: .1V4.Illi()nj 0 ,loniinate a candidate to
unJer tU su; riiitei.daiice and dirn-tk-ii or, British steameis bru gi. g letters ii4 our; Cl)riOTSi St Clmil. s was recommended
a naval cotrctor, in tl e em, b:y of tl e ua-j ports, but alt Ir Iters arriv ,ng in the t m'.I,M for t,e District Coilvf ti0n to V
ey department, M.d lo U- so eonstnu td asjStatet .re subjected to the same rates ofj ltreferencc was eXjremd for
oretidrr the eoovrrtilb-, at the lr.it po-jp'"t5,wl.rti.ei brought in British or A -j 0:,n,ti(!ii,,.St ,,r il)St,ctioi.s given to the
ible espewe, into war steam, t of the first merican vessels. I refer you to the report j,,,., , lf rh!ieI con.ention. The fol-
elws. A pr.srriUd nuinUr of natal ofli- W Post Master General for a full state-1.. rcS(!i:, ion f0m , ,!lIJg jis, of ,u
errs - t office .rent, is to be met of the fact, in the case, and of l!, . wf r,e1 .
n Uard .( t , a. J antl.oritv is rrf. rv- fp taken by him to correct this inequa.i-j , ,
' - I ii i . j -i .i r i . Kec!ve:, J liat Wi.ile we regard tl-o
ed to the suty d.p.rt.,t. .t all t.m.s, toj'J- He has ex.. ted ad the powers "nfer-.. cf e ,xistif,K Klh .
xerci-e ov.r raid rteamsl.ij , sndifd upon him by lU existing laws. i Mexico as uncalled forand unjust, and as a
t Uv U,e riU W take tU m fur the ex- The Minister of the United States injstarlling exercise of the "one man power,"
elusive ue Slid sifvi.e of the I'iiitedi-otn!on lias trougl.t tne sulj et to tiie nt iiesoite.t to tor toe gralineatu.n ol n ut-
tha rout fact'
rar.gemeuts, which sliall be equally just rr.i::ei.t ai-aii:t the Ui.it. d Stales. Nev.
both countries. Siiould he fail in coucJu-m rll.cU s, u e hold it to be the du'y of all
der the treatit. of 1845 and ISiC, will
that tribe, have executed their duties, andjin- tl-- saai' of th United States, eoast
after a patient investigation, and a fall an-1 up, an annua! compensation, to br
teer soldiers, ever ready to tender their'i"r examination of .11 the cause, brought paid to the owners. tU will be ready, tin-
servicesiu cases of emergency, and the! before them, closed tiieir labors in the any emer-eneT. to be converted into
nontli or July last. 1 hi. is the fourth board lar .'.earners, and tlx right reservrd to ure she liad adnjted, it may become neci
... .n.iiiii.nuiKii uv o: urcn urganiEeu lae ineni lor pubue use, til ami greawv::'",-vj.vvairiii oruer lo . liable him to meet
under tuts treaty. Ample opportunity has m the effieWnry aiid.'tre.
last to leave the field as long as an enemy
remains to be encountered. Such a noiiev
will a'so imarei-e lliese uioneer emigrants
with deeper feeling .f gratitude a the
IMI li out ui ioc i niieii j - - - j-- - , - n
'aH..roprr compensation tnWiou of the BritiJ. Government, and isj' tnll-med ambiti-.n, which had h.x its ob
m"tLr f.r Whilst these'now engaged in a negotiation for the pur-'J' " ; aeuu.s.t.on f ter.uory by conquest.
hw i.rn.ir. "UI.U nine! " h . 1 inr.d n. t, as is pretended, t'ie redress ot any
ill be employed in tran.pnrt-;poe of adjusting reciprocal postage ar-j.A roj r,.,.uated bv the Mexican gov-
ding such arrangement, and should Great good citizens and soldiers, so long as tha
Britain insist on forcing the unjust lncss.!m eNiv-n-dlirH, in ttg
iljieeiliog ami dvim; at . , '
lire she bad adniited, it may become necis-,1 ' utmost, and to pros.-
parental care of their govei..ollTj when I been offered, to all those inte
they find their dearest interest seen '. entertained that impartial justice has "bee"il',),.f entrarls tl ns
then, by the ".Tlj-I oard, and that valid claim,,!f tU N-iy
ana vin ur011f,,,t inta coinpe. embraced by the treaty, have been consid-Itrj,B,f.r,( .utl.ri.-,
lVT- . i.i i - 1 I l i n i r-i .... I
titiou with a more wealthy class of nur-
cnasers ai me lanu sales,
Tiie attention of Congress was invited at
their last, and i agin at their present ses
sion, to the importance of establishing a
'. Crf 'othe steamers thus authorized sod un
made by the Secretary
uld be addid five o.her
the eniergemy, and to put our steamers on
an cqutl footing with British steamers rn-
enu- uie war with activity and energy.
Was there ever more glaring ineousisteo-
cy rerorded; to condemn the war, as on.
ered and allowed. This resuit, and the fi-
d under contracts, nade:,r'wrrs be conferred.
iMi?cd intra...,.nr!i.,w il... ,.,.;t i ' ... .. J to for the gratification of an un
" ' f " ,'t""r" W" '!...!J .. . .1 ,.!.:,:.... ...1 ...I ; .i
iiinni, ooii ueciarc in tliw
same resolution in favnr cf its prosecution
two countries. I recommend that such
,'in pursuance uf law, by the Postmaster
General, making an addition in the w hole
of eight. ft war steamers, subject to be ta
ken fir public use. As forth, r contracts
nal scttlemeut to be made with this tribe,
under the treaty of 1846, which will be
completed and laid before you duiing your
.... ' . .. :! -II .: e I.
territorial government over our possessions)" "'"'" -"Ju" q"'n cuniro- for ti,e uamnwant the mails to for. ici.
, - u uc "'greieu inai "u prouuee a iaie ri,UMtr,, ( mu,t be authorized by Congress
Srv: SSir's.11,:;': ,imrl- " - li'
gi'in of country, are still left without the , , ., ' . , iTU ,"!K,',n,d Hcy by w hich a r.-.pid
protection of our laws or any regular or- d.seretionary authority cnnfer-romwI,i,.ttilMl with different parts of the
ginized government. Before the question jred h' tIie act of ,!ie 3,1 ,f Mrcl' tl.e K.,!,e, b) means of Ameiican built steam
of limits and boundaries or the Trritrynniiitiri due to the various tribes have t. vmiU f(, , ,p f o,,.,,,.,,, iu
of Oregon was definitely settled, from the;hee,. paid, during the present year, to the U,e increase of our commerce, and in ma
necessity of their condition, the citizens of jicads of families ii.ctead of their ebief, r:i . .
that territory Iwd erected a temporary cov-l . I","Ue'' '. 1 ',r '. ".Img r country audit, resources mor.
rirnent of tiieir own. Besides the want I 5 '1 " a-?lg"",;iavor.bIy known abroad. But the national
of legal authority for continuing such aiexcTt a by the laws j.ieviously .xisting,
government, it is wholly inadequate to pro- jal,d this ir.o.Ic ot payment has given gener-
tectthem in their rights of person and jahsatisfaction lo the great body of the In-
proj.-erty, or to secure to them the privile-jdia,,,. Justice has been done to them, and
ee ai;d eupiyments of other citizens, toi.i . r i . .i . r
. ... J J .,:,i i i r, ' ,. tney are grateful to the novel i.mei.t for it.
which eiti.-er are cutitk'd iinilcr tne Consti-' ; , h
tutiou of the United Slates. They should A fcw t,1,, fs ai,1 i'itOf-Rte.1 persons may
have the right nf suffrage be represented object to this mode of payment, but it is
in a territoiial legislature, and by a dele- believed to be the. only mode of preventing
gite in Congress, possess the rights and frdllj ad imposition to be practised upon
nriv-ilifreS which citizens '! toe Ulited'.i . , , e ii-
prnii( ,e '.the great body of common Indians, consti-
States have heretofore enjoyed, or may now . , ., ' "
.e Ou.- i.idicial system, revenue, laws lat,u8 a '""J'1)- of all tne tribes-
" j j . . - .
re 'arJina trade" and intercourse w ith the It w gralifyin to perceive that a number
Indian tribes, and ihe protection of ourlof the tribes have recently manifested m.
laws generally, slioul:! be extended over; interest in the establishment of schools a-
tUc.m- , .... r t.,. ... !in0i' anJ arL" ,na5i"5 rali( a5"'-
ri "ry who had previously coated to it,:c ' ag"""". at then. rroduc.ng!(:U!ly iu llie w.nr,d.
laraa numbers of our citizens Have follow-, a st'hieieut quai.tity of faod for their st:.- I r, r, r y(:U to the a,
advantage is still greater, of having our
naval officers made familliar with steam
navigation, and of having the privilege of
taking the ships, already equipped for im
mediate service, at" a moments waruinp.
and would be cheaply purchased by the
compensation for the transportation of the
mail in them, over and above the postagi
A just national pride, no less than our
commercial interests, would seem to favor
toe policy above mentioned, of augment
ing the number of this description of ves
sels. They can be built in our countiy
cheaper than they can be built in any other
accomJhing report nf
liu-illt l.'li.-.l. .1 . .1
In view of the existing state of our coun-i , I . T
l,v I .,.ct ... . k - "rCm,n -shallowness of their design was too appa
in, 1 'inst it ini! not be innpiirni-iiate to' . .t i , .. .
raii ,l , i i f - , , , ir,,nbeyrndeayored to concea it, and to
call to mind the w ords of w isd;;in and ad- . :.. , . , . - , .
,-,,., r , . A ... ive a show of consistency, by declaring
monition nf the first and most lluslnous of : . . ... , -. , ..6
v .. .t-n. , i r ,, 5 ! another resolution, "that in the opinion
m prtdecessors i.i hu farewell address to , f - , , ,
l.w n......t Tl ... . i. . "'es oiieni 10 U
men hoSer,edhlS country so long, nd an, Mnim pf the
loved it so much, foresaw with serious eon-1,.,,.,,,, ;.. . - 1 . . ,, . . .. '
.... .1 . i , - j utei! territory claimed by the L m ted Stales
cern the danger to our Lnion in character-: j.: . 0 . . r .r " . , , . -
:...; ,. . i i j being n pait of Texas, until the same ia
izing parties by aeoirraiihital distincl-uno i--.il .
nrVl. . 5 nil .i .- , ons,lJcd by treaty, unless a sufficient rea
Aortht ru, Nouthern, Atlantic and . stern L e . ...
, , ""'-on for a contrary course shall be speedilr
whence designing men may enueavor to ix-i i l n .i n -. , ' , 7
i i , , . ;u"r'",!l declared by the President of t u United
cite a belief that there is a rea difference C. .. . V - , . . '
r I I - . . . . u.i rim s,la(,.s." Now, tins is coining back to the
of local ii.U rests and views warned i.is . r i . . .
. v ... , V, policy, (or winch they denounced I ho
eoiiHtrym.n against it. So deep end sol- i - i . -.i . . .
.... , , ' 11 w" 1 1 resident with all fie vituperation of mad
. mil was his con- itt.on of t he imi ortance ,. I , .
lf , , . r,a,,c-,eiie,l partizans. 1 hey here recommend a
o the 1 n ion, and i;f prise i vn a hannnrv' i- r ,
.... u.x-tr . ... , ,'r'nor-rbcy tney often condemned with the only
between its different parts that he dec!:,rcd!.i;Vr...... .! i.i
. . . . . -..v..nv ai.x, aj IIIIU IU.1C lilt? Mil an
to his couiitryineii, in tliat m dress, it is of , ., . ' , .
r . . .i . ,llsor ta :e gaui.d by neailv two years ficht nir -infinite
moment t hat v.in ... . I i. 7 . J - jihuv
infinite moment that you should pm.erly
estimate the immense value of jour Na
tional Union to your collective and individ
ual happiness; that you should cl.cri.-di
cordial, habitm! ami iinniovahle attach-
Oh! consistency tluui art a jewel ! !
.7" The Governor of Iowa has issued a
proclamation to convene the Legislature.
the 3d day
lor its presenation will ealt.ns an,;ul. ! ....... . ' " K.
discounteuanciucr whatev.; " "V V.'i" " branch of UlO Kfy.
n , s oi'UL'r .
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men! to it, accustoming jours. es lo thinki"1 ''x,rn "I'ssion, ou Monday tin
and speak of it !lS ihe Palladium of your "f January next. Two Senatoia
political saf.ty ?, .! propriety, watching'grrss are to bo elected, Iowa I.
lor Its lireseri at mil .
even a suspicion that it ran in any event be
1 1t i! air) i j .....I ! .1? al a
"" "i"aniiy iriiwu on the
first dawning of every alleuipt to alienate
noy poriion i.i our country t, (
tioual Congress at this time.
22- The Knoxville Tribune says the fifth
en i:iem uuriiig uie present -.r. v,. lu .v..:,.ic rosi master General for a detailed ;nd to Vi lVel.1., "T1 "r -g"neiin. l ennessee volunteers was o-
nut doubte-l that duriug the tyjar. i!:e.r neighbors. The comforts by whiel, those satisfactory account of the conditio,, andlgeth'r th! 'v.ri, Aftlef fo- 6-iwJ ' ! lca o,v lie,4tl,, and-
UUst g::a -'f Vn of that department f r the pas, a century t.,L a, mUhms wii.Tl t0'"',0ni" t the .e.t
Mutes leading to Oregon and bet;veenW;,,wllu"' op) M.gaged in i.giiculture,!J,.ar. It is gratifying to find that fn s.,l"l"w l.o force of tr,I,. J, isl ar. The Regiment contain, eight
rVr-nt noint. within that territory, and au-'' surrouiided..tMid gradually to uraw off s!lort atime after the reduction of the -ftW,,L!C,!U ,sl"n-' "'e immeise value fi companies, and has elected, the. f.dlnuurt
thorucd the establUii;.e:l oj ;.-ol oJHces at their less civmzed brethren from the preca- f poslag and nJtwhhslanarirc the in-Uw-n "w' .. rVtA States ..filcerK Geo. R. McClelland. Col.t Geo.
by the cl,M.,tojcre.Se of the mail Mrrice, the rev.nuo re-jgrowui in wvrigrtZ' '"
Astoria, and suoh o1br j.!crs jihe coast., j.-u, mean, of suKitauct