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J**- v -*• •* Vi' u; -vii..*-’ ,
••iii'im^s. vrn jfiM** vf war followed helot el
' i>ln ‘ Ju" u
■ ThJrliTOff < -.«*i,
established. Thru came the
J’,'.n e. an-.l mi >r» alter aro o ih0*■
r* i.'lioiiH, v t• :< li Im i! *|il mi w;n
^ uufMi l K.'. I he va non -s - oics and trials, through
y'^^\!Tx ** v *' l’ t * d. Invn o'j ’i l.d th° IV’>|>[<- n ;»ii"d
!!1 to.tliog |i| a*-li-;;||y ||m operation of fill* I
——V comMuiion they tn-vc found that power and pi i !
' .fi «• . ,'t pin) vj Iv diMtihtih (!; tin i mo dlaxatM
t vc <hu-»'i to swli f.;’i l itirc aid in calling a
' '-’ywcnrtii’i, i .tlm than endanger t.‘ic peace and h.vi
»>l ,»ciet\ i . dim r- ?«jj (In; power in their
fu Dhand li .v Ion;' they mil loi bear, or how much
i -n\ \\ ill bear, i-* an • x| nmnciit no friend ofgood order
in society ought t • w !i in ,-*• 'rind; the People are he*
f niiii": k st:v i uiiilor (lie i!!e|n:.lil> of i opr cremation;
l*r unin t it:] min i -ary ristnction of li.n light ot
H lli.i;;.; I':r im- | msiblu, and intangible character of
• lie nidge*-. 'In* » -,'*t e\pen-v n| I*-ge-lntioii; Hie itu.'tris*
• I an I ii ■ km mg innnttei!* n‘ (lie House ot Dele
; *'* • n'O' "H the rm h spi'iiiintg hnx fit o( reptesen
l-slton. . liare snrno ot the frimnrrs glowing
.M n( linti ot, i:i the pro i t.t coiistitu'inu. 'i ,ey are
i Ip it U mi<I (:.niii><t I *; i v ■ • eseapiil observation. The
tnetidier tumit amliue , air l.erti.iiii has tnurnphaittW
* vol wli.ti i«*>.. ot legislative apprci'noi have wo fc
• oniplani 1 answer, true tliere have bc‘*ci non if so
;t’« Mt ys tn'diive the IVejdo tn arms, nor In ii:i;nu
'‘>efr alh giaiH.c to tti" (‘on-siitutiaii, blit (Vie crrluin
\ am > i *<Tv . I'unrrs |<» which they an; subject, Le
I , I’.xwivi!, mo! Jiulioi.il, to which they Me
i Vdv alive. I'miiii the improper mid injudicious res
''■iM'in ot tin li^'it ol sire jge to land* « 'ptalilieahor,
» . .. i dmus. and uii«tucvs*tic neiies of laws re!;
Jo c to \j iu'l-lnrd tuid Tc’iiOil; relative to pm r rates c
• ’ft) lev n' relative ti roads ami ceilam other sufc
'•ots, winch f will not slon In entiomrite at tin t'Hjc,
! d V, Inch are nue'pt il :o t'.u it e; i..:.jii, u»i|• i ;t and
highly nppn isive.
• r, tl?« jniiptisiiion cannnf be denied that the l.e
r. <’l <ii eoiintiins will parta-iu ofllie protnwient
tu*.nc:ip!i * or the grwrriioicnt.
I'ir- pt • lei i nee. of the hnidi d iotere-l is borrowed
• ';, itt .:i nd.il sy-tein; is it war with the genius of ro
; uhhean p 'verninent; and l as ascribed to it virtues.
•. i tcli do nor belong to »«• lively p.itn'utic and euno
iio; sent<ni< nt o ir.iicoti J wild tr,>;ne r>n«i enuntrv, i->
nnpi'r.peiiy tran-itni■ 1 to the ownership of In:. /.—
I iieie is a magic io.luence upon mit t’Orlings, a.sstieia
’’•I “ !tb ;ho idea of home, country and toe place cf
nativity; whndi impels us t.j their defence, at evert
rrtfice; but this is a devotion tve should feel whether
v *• were ov;irers of the soil or notV-'ll is natural to
•b fend our homes where ate depnsiled, our wives our
• uldn u, our property, it is filial piety to defend tin
; !nec i f our birth, where too, mav he the bonus of our
»«!<jpps!or-; it i; pa11ictism to 'lufentl <i'ir counti v. 'J'ln*
s • no geo^ro'is Ucvnlmn would animate us Vdielhcr
;'• > wii I ind im nei6 in imt.
"I •'• I'lll Ilnur* a 111,111 ril'l s -'ll : V dc 1 !,
Ii « in ". ,■ in li jiinr! I 11 , t a - .; I.
* . :i difl^rcsiI i»; if!.on w M foe to tov ft. .* fend
!,-t , duly, were pati inis and heme?, that our g.il
i.if -ii mio-» «»tid ii.ii v cufnpO'-c I ot tneccrnanos;
v on id hu (u rob many ofihc (»ail ml defenders of < vcrv
' ’UU!n of the glory of .heir deed, nt ‘-noble daring,”
•• v u!d ho io :1V (hat llir Ix.-auMfnl tnbnlrs t-> homo ami
- .1111?.% by pods and historians, wore mere affecta
.No sir Thin (reflerun, devotion to country —this
•’■u».jlmg principle, should be located in tl^j hr tvovi,
rather than in » irt'i. Fir, the pr-oposiuon I have jn<,t
.ji .low ii, dial liio legislation oi a count. \* m tTvn
r :%•. receives a I ms fiu.n the pred*:iiiiant principle/? of
»ur government, is rxeinplefitd in the history <f every
. nullity. In i ranee, (tor the sake of illustration)
' .icre there have been iepeated changes within a few
yeai*, (and "hcie (hr- . ha racier of the proplo cannot he
siippoa.l to have changed so rapidly) vtc saw how
)• lumpily the tone, and spiiit of their laws, conformed
* Urn ,h:,u ■ r tltr, military, or drr^otic features oI the
success’? e paveinineiiie.
I'v Toe tnemher troin Mel-on (Mr. Caheil) i?i advocat
• g his amcnj-ncul to the hill under con rich ration,
id lit; wa. It gislatiog forJrtjsfii'lders: that f'ycehotJr
-d pelilioneJ for an *..t subrrwMmg the question of
convent no or no convention,” to the freeholders,
jye sir, this i tile oflug-l.itivo actum, i-r,ot onlr npniieJ
to Hus paiticul ir case, hot lias pei vadtd an 1 w iil'prr
V;.dc our ! pi- •ati’.o, so I in» as fho pleorive frauchi.e is
rcdii«M<it to hn.l. Fho representative will •></,- |(I
r:’ r‘ Juristiturnts. Self interest, vv>if prompt him
toe n ull Hr peculiar interest, an 1 feelings ot (hose
who pass upon ins clem ion; nr those who can / ut in r,f.
» or , . huh from office, and to-j ,ffn, at the .-a/.cine
wf ’Ibcr interest?;: For insfatn e, let ns e-camm* the ()fic
r nun ofthe sr-.ues of laws uptm the n» |0< * refrrrert j.,
1 in.'! rd rout:? a house ?mi lot of land, to a labourer
or mechanic, on which the uac honir pm-, l„s wife an i
* l.iidren to ini.ii!, whilst In; nmi.lojnu nf o|
si.rnc wealthy land owner, in which >.% (ho “sweat i f
hisjjiow” !.e may gninsuh tsfenre f„r I,.- half iV>d: .n»
I'n labourer is worthy of t.-s v,.( f|,e
him not.- flow are ilia wages to he oh
long, tedious, c.xnensire law sui!—porrr
nt *, coni* ml.rip with we.ifrt,| ar|.(jjr;,-<irj .
'picture. I |<«v does (he landlord get his!
i.-s a constable with !nm (and .1 he can’t
v otakr imp) goes to (he cotta*-/
rt"ST ?enanr; fakes from under the wife m
nf her hij,V..id. the only W—drives off the
* r.n H.iK.i gives milk to the rliildi r.4/,— in ;rn .
r.e. nni he -c! ! ..n ! >!,e r-n- m r'nr per he? of (he
I rd! F; i; hat j ricctpJc O^jc-ticc - r prd ey is tl.js har
f ::’C ■ ■ . -'.uicht ri d awn;
ill; hr ftii/s;
employ • r p
(nine.)' hi
t - are i -i
Tirv< |J|
ren’ * the •
fold one re.
ot tlic lalroli
•tho ator nee
1,11 ' ' ' ! *»ws nr. : »fo. Tin roan
: '• 1 .''!•»• .»o a *<• i vi, tH<) ma;e (iu.ablfs, is ox-,
! e public IiigI
' * "1 ‘' v1 ■ ■ - «b> i u
nr, h<,,.,R <i,': rV,*‘'- r,f »*‘frc foifiinalp'
. "v , " r ; *'•>"!>• u Vi,-, an,I poor rates
r , W" ??"" •; I"!' npi.n personal ns 1
- - -. *.c ) nr- 1 upon foe wt.itc mrit, ,t>
! ' . ,,ta* «l,ry,nay„ol poss’e ”
IX ; / , r-!^"v. i,t.„ in
’ •' “ oi * ,f-* i}’» ■’ * man he uut eniith-l in
I"-:;' " " r ' " proPer,y, "hi I- lie subject
• s u •' «»lv anotiror mode ««t tai 'jh,,,'
l,<v„ , :>i [•'" r i nlis. frerjicnt!, r-xrrcdtJie la* paitj
r • - to 1 li;- -tatc n mi? v ■ *np,wilt,Man-tinff Jand .5 rx
rnV -r,,m ! ”,t; i( nf:' into *ht,:
- .ror,»-y ;!r,l:«r«r v.,!ar, ns nm- i; a- *
'*% ' ' -1 ■ ' ■ t t„ h*
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imnr, , .yrr,-., ... ,, .,,v “ \V|,v t,
■ H.mi/nt i,j, tin! riie n»aa it
V",.. ... iii-i...wl::
r>rt Mint I ,nil!,,.liters urr •! j.,,r , , . ,
; I v ! s, , „• vr fir,Midi of |!„. C. ,vo„, „r.,f ,s I, .Jj,
or - - i !".ru I, it, m;,tin,,-.i ,, ,f t t,( > . - (llL,
! ■' V" ! "cw P-cr ,
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V !r',; f.o ncr-Mci, -.ont '
i;... frn..5-,i„| (h, pri-ci.t Cofotilur-,,, hav,-nn'»• it.',
•' *C» -’ -P ten *vi<le r*r«l l<m s'r Tl,,- IttV^
v •' .id n- n- i r-Mndo trM-ipeo -TpnSr r: -crv-tMi.
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it r most p'tf n! <r branoi,’ ot
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-i, • d r,;v t,,, - ••>«,<. t'rr
flcvti »"1 ’ . -
1 * VJV- - ot'i! 5i.t.,rci. auu -liua.d ,
ixcM-ise power* properly belonging to tlm otlims, this1
arrangt’tne'nt was nfsn'ned as a rdieck upon tliose p«w»
ns, anil as "onriTs to tli« liberty of ilie t W Imt
ti tho stale nl litmus at presold? Thu Lxcu'Jlivo ami
odinal try ing '• tiom r at h oilier, an J tlio I .ejt*
r.itivc sir allowing both up in its vast vmlcx! .
lit* ttifinhcr from Urunswi: <, (Mr. l)nnn;:iii!c.) v i' . a
view tn show that there ex i»ts no just j;. nun i <>I , ■ > !.iin*,
t’l the stn jeer f inequality i f lepresemaiion, l:»s 'i.tcied
uj mi an esibnrate, statistical, and an'iimefoal rair.b.i
tiou, upon tlie su'i.-t tx i f tu utlion am! pnptr/.rf !t.?i within
ertani geo»r:i, local limits, which may in: strii tly t tit:
according to CV kfr, m t scree to rpiict tin* gentleman's
own cnuscie'nci'; but l tlmi’t whether il.e hardy yeomanry
ut c country w it! be satisfied w it'a it.
i’y what authority hug he t *Pen fin- Rl>:o l1. i l. e a s a line
of demai'hatimd Sir, the grirvaiir. - nt the penph: <•••• not
i confined to certain limits; they exist in a I warts (if toe
I lh•immii’weal h. lladthe "nithmuin se!'* vj iho large
• • ■ ■ • - ' nloti, Fa i , * i Ipepi ■,
AUiemarle, Halifax Phty^Biil#, fletlfm Augusta, She*
■ iiamlnali, Kin'eriek ami link'd' r, t> j.i- S ti in he would
1 have in lien! it dub r< nt r* nits.
The meeibei I'roni l’ie left (Mr. c- nt'.i,) iias fnini.lied
i the Sen tie w itii a on eh in* tier e . ;i it I .1' no, tmin !• •' upon
ir comparison of thi; count'd s m Nnitiil'%, (SlouceSlci and
emien, (including the population of tite lloroughs ies
peetivety.) with the county nl Sheiiamloali.
| y(Mr. Sj raker, I piotest gainst tite t >'r dogma, tent
i “taxa'ioii a ml uyoe-entntioii fh,udd on hand in bn in I,*' m
the ctintranetl sense in which it has t'cueinlly bersi risid.
1 a ,ii to iii is p. e, n: i iy one i* t t e ■ r on airier i tii m i in to w lie i i
representation should ht I'm tided. but should not be the
rxcliisue one. A re. then nt t in ety fit rwmt ii"iits, as
we | a* rieot ot ),r,,y■ t/',-* And should tin <; not he repre
sent ••!? Shall a free citizen l*» draft. I a, a militia mott—
dragged limn hi* fnmay awl lire side — compelled under
heavy fun: an i foiieituie of life, to fight the battles o! if: •
countiy, and defend ti •• property of liuchotdeis uuo |s»w.
uinkci.i i ven unto death — not be entitled In represent a i ion;
he told it 1 e escape •' the po’il.i nf the tiloody battle, and
ret o'os to lti« run itlt y and ids liome, you snail not no to the
puli* and vote lur a repiesentaiivc—you hare “not given"
snf5Teient cv: •'•nre of permanent ci unnm interest in, and
uttit' liineiit to the community—beraus«*, forsooth, i e has
not a few rf;pty anes o! laud? Forbid it j'lstice.'^lleforin
• t y- spirits of departed pauin**! i',| .t i om your Consti
tntioi: tiiiSj'n//x-'itiii! I will o t f -.rtliei multiply iiistattres
to show the giaiiuR •’ Vet. In the present CimstiUition—the
S -ic at. 1 nntw of the country feel tfj-m, and the remedy
t.enin Mien l av1 liscusred »Iii; rjuestior of Conventiort,
a- :i every tiling gao.l was to be lo»t in ail attempt to alter
ti e (hiiisiitiitien. S?ir, tlteii fears an- ernuinilcss. 1 have
no ilmitji tite best f.'atines u iii bo it-..d. ; !ed. I have tor;
nioeii eoufi ience in the gortl sense < !'ttu* yeomanry of
Viiginin, to supp >-o they weald, • gardiess of experience,
ia(ineb into the wide field of speculation, reject ail that
b id proven v .luahle, retain all ttmt ns; worthless, ami
g i firtber in searcii of advenfut *. l' ls? this bill ttfstl you
n ‘■tint* trampiilit
a mijoiuy i'l t:i° mmintipit. ire o< : r : a Conveu
1 i M). 1 liV iniu< rity, I• V«* 11 oe reyn '. '1is, v. i'l yield without
» murmur. I: t r ulilhear ify for it, the
• i.emr. ' '• «r ’inhle, rlioo'e if! - u> f, ame ,i ( ru
'd -Pitinn ?u ttfr 1 : •( '(•! to <mi h!ii' 1 :vli»K;- , ,nn! jI!
I V, I ,• iritt. fo doing 'hi--, tliev v !. iuoumi iv, that
altering m i m ir ; a l 011 • tut i 11, is lift a rn'u'ution.
IV!r, :-;.e.iki » I fear froni ;i rnnaik n .1 has falli-ti iVom
my f' ml fro mi !SV« *, (Mr. Calndl.) ! iiviv have sail
>ii ttliiti • ii • his set I . • . | 1 !, ; . |
j ascitic .W, ill d th • ,-nt.-, ■11 I did not intend it. ’ !
■ 1 wnutniily my . ■. |y thi
I f/llltil'iltan !l»« given I'll* II r:u;;i'. I H t If* rOtu'Se ftf the
remarks i f iiip member fitnii IS'eUon, (Mr. (jnhclt.) itpnu
an amendment olVered n this bill, he raid l.e hi Sieved hi*
constituents wished tbo passage of a hill suhmiitiin’the
rjne'tionof Convention to the people; m d although he was
-iiinsvlf r; t o«'d, he frit hound to obey 11.-*ir will. ! hail
tin* e.i rhiration as one of I lie >. > * i n.Ie ■■ t i • -. ■ , ■ i n p, i ori
oles: .■*') long is it is riieiishad mir fhnn e -riv i’:n is safe,
i gentleman lias si iter. said, that altiionghe admits
■ i hts wished lie subtil stun f the •titvunni,
he was eoeineiled t i vote again* • i’.i hi"-. In viu« f.iiled
!'d intii'diite in it tin* gtinuls providi t in his TinrinTiaeiiis.
■ In rl.iit-.' this he would udv upon Ids mu cm no t
I correcti . . i ; • .
1 -V i . fit ec .1'-. It -.1 t ; • I ... S :,t
• des tvrs well of Ids conntiy — his rntmiry will do him
istree or he ungrateful. I have n'rv, in the Legislature
" tl it tlrmnn for • vent • . nim
j - h.oh .n tii.i Si ...iti*. [ have iviiiii>r«t:i| his toils, tils cx.*r
! inns in the. fa us.' ofl.i’erattire am! Internal liepi nvcmoU*.
' f me, of will ne, of th r two great
| object.-of b'gi.-’-sf.-e j atromgc, as i anl assured r.ill, the
I mutiny must do him justlre. Ids . •»,..« -,s . >,***.1 v.ith
them. If ntight of good pr« t eefi* IVom the l ulvcrsity, th
nrid" .V! I glory of Vii mn 1 a, ti; j member frt-lll iSi l*m
■ I h\, in pi ■ • ; that mot t ui
‘ ' ' ■ -..I.':. • . ni|, ,
| !'‘r- s •' ’ • : ■■ ■ tipoi the S i •
than I dt ... t. I thank them for t r ittc
I lave > ^ i thing wl > rxrits int|ft!ry uiwii
subject, it r, I shall bo ,
• -i- T n - lei -i stitut » to w hit ■
I I have h .veiled, are. in ins- or. -if then sn!vf', snl.a :•
, n t to justify a cal! of a Coii-.entie!, an 1 I r. !y .jp0„ tl;-.:
i ei.od >u e oi the people.
i Drlmtc hi b» ror.l n>*rd |
Katiortiil {Zoxavcsb.
'V i in,; r iv, .M.iic!) 7 —In Hie S'cnate vest r nv.
fli - ron»tJer:it>ou of »1»*; 1 ill i; ng approru Kittens for
tMi’ ’NllJ-tarr so: vir:n if *’,r Inited S'; ;ot n ii.n y#:a,
* ro: in.e I. i m* m«t>on fo v * dr e o*;l the a i J yy
nrar<’ of T 5.00 dr. liars for On* expense of the Board of
t ijil( »s r t i .*r^ Academy At 1 / t*M Pj»nl Lei nnr.Vrcon•
«i h ra’ion. A fern loi ^debate, the i, tion v»tb reject d.
A motion 7T.Y. then mode to ri*.S»'.,. i • «rr. ijr.t of n con
iegent fund fi I • lars t . ) : dial , wl ioh
i.ai net been decided.
in the 1 louse of iirprcscnlnJirts, a qn jo . not J,-av!n°
assembled, at eleven r dock, »r i| „i the Hou-e wsjs
ordered, on motion ul ,>Ir. Mrt.ny, Writ a «j• j rum liav
iru; assembled, by i!,o hum ||>c flit-rk l.ad -mr. tine jgl,
the j oils. the far!., r pm- c . !.n-i wCre dispensed widi
I'M; House in Committee of t!,e wh do on ihe Mile
"( bn i.'nion resumed i-jc ili-rtieoi; oitbe'iur If Mr.
Hunt, nt VertniW,
nniasirs, and vma ,ul|. .v -.1 by .MV. 4J:.,*■> ore, .vh >
-r I Hie i :r t:»r.*u ■bout a g.-m*» t»ejone! the p jvers rc3
ied in(Vi<*:c s ’ y tbo t r ustism-inn. Mr. Floyd (lien
suggested tin! p'ppi4i- y <•( withdrawing the motion la
strike out t ci rds, in-order to give ao op
I'Ortuiiily t > an *ii : * >: ! . icf’MO a "i nri ii liisciasirin
1 ■ ■ priucipi* . . . t i t.Barney with
d'e'’. Iii® iTe . on. lie • j ■. i; no * n'n i nurrin? on llie
t lit0
mot ’ m fd ' «
and m far or ■
riiiitvd in, o‘> r .• .Mo: .* ctojiiti i.'C f
led progress.- [.V M. ,/
•■■■ IV ■ ii".
I :!! ns i ■
Mr. -iles
<■ . in; enn
an i icpor
\V V o'vM • re'-,
the toil mi l. I - ; i i .
of the fj. S' ,!i
ail Hit r ir <* • Si • - < ;
to a hit- '■ The
tor the <\xainnrs* i ' ii.
id.il ri’dvre.i t > a i|, i . ..
Sul for ijio rrhef ,t
II' !’, 'C'lril''.' '(■’ Is," ,
1' “ -•'i> s. or.r u j icd i|.;. r«*«»si i. ■
h 1. if |< C.l/J, i i t 1 V..
.d lav.
Ill 11 : ■ ft' ” ' f 1 ’ ■ 11 ' r ‘ 11
ii, .miner ho-t' -t.. « mi.-o i,'* ■
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fe i e In
IV al H|V { >;
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• • -1:• 1 I ii.d,
. IS oi lie I’d
' pea’ of '.he law
■*S v- (ll<ictis<ed
‘i . n. • ni ' n li e
a d V. l inn }*.
i ' • par master in
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h.»» r a ’ be- c j rir J;
rr the usual
dh i the »»,
f if'* Op ii i
the II. u-e t*
it* ;»■*«'* of la
for In'erra
Ui. arid t!u
(■ry: on ti;«
hr I rue re*
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on e,. f', kj.
- ( d ..v Mr W hip
■•’ii i
'« ^ ’• H . -ir. V.:,v n. Ml
.1 '!r V* rig el. 7’he r] lie si too was the
'Mki. ami r dr.-lfenr—ayes V ?. noc
'u '•* > l> - T’d, on frl.t " Hie hlsni
wish 3i),000 Jpii«»i 3—a;, c* l i i, tiov* C<h The toil was
•hen ordered to he cngr-js^cd and read a third tune to
day.—[.Mi/. ,L ur.
lu&zi: of kepkeskntativks.
Frul nj, Mure* 7, if: 2».
ri.ITf.lf; L)F.iIT.
Mr. Stewart wove.! the following resolution, which j
was read art! I.i-d on thj tabu-, vi/.:
/{fsnhrj, Piia* the Herniary «il li;e TrA.Auij hoi
insTiucted to in,1 it hi tins iloif.c*
1-it. V. ini avciage amount will he aimuallfv re-:
irjoired to (fer'.lmigi: llw whole nMl.e national debt in j
l*o5, w in ii ti e I ist |\ rtton of it hec< ities rcdVcmable, I
lexceptii.™ the t pi r erhuayd the sub ;ciiptum to the !
t1. Stales’ liai.it.
’•I. \\ hat amou.it w.Jt he so required t'» redeem |
j l*io whole of the debt !>\ that time; thj- J per cents enly
' e\CP;>H d
.tj. What will ho tlw surplus of the present appro—
j piiutioii ol I<“•0 mil*"itis remaining annually, after
charging* the v-Le’e of the Tt.h cmahh* dr l.t nc«u id !
ling l" llu: principle ol calculations fir l abovemci:- 1
j tioned.
•Ith. What will bo the Ktirplu? of the present siuk- 1
j t»ff fuud, remaining m 1!135. attri dirchaigiti*' the
i whole o! U;i* national deh» oxi-hui the .! t er < i nts
The f'p’ alter thru annouucr;* 15■ r- mill is of trip day.
, which according to the ru'es <>) liie I louse, consisted •
'*» pr ■ i it hills. [ I he hill v.ln. h i 01**11 have come
tup, was the hill '.>r the relief of .* ielmid \V. M*ade. t
Hr McDuflic, chaiitr.an of the comu.ittee uf Ways
I ttti'l Means, tsoved to postpoufl tl m-lei., of the day.
i iv;th a view to thectonsntriandii ol the hill making :,p
! propria.mns i internal impiovr rn«ni.
j The motion provi iled. »n ! the otdcisof the <Ja\ hav
ing he* n postponed accordingly,
i\ir. McI.'utTie moved that the House do notv f ,ke uo
that hill. 1
This motion having been agree.*! ». the hit! was fa
keti up, and the qiu.'tnn h.nig <>;i ll.< following provis
ion, hiu\ed lit Air. Oakicy of .tew York, m, amend'
•nent *0 come in after (lie words 'im <y i{,. usantt doUais,
which sum was report d b. (, con minoc of the win !e’
to ho inserted m tin blank in that it, of the hill
tvlnpli prev ids-» f or tie c* litinu.i'inn ol examinations
and servers under (!.,.• diiQcltoti ol the President o/The
IJ. States, v-i/:
*T ■, That tnly •=• mttch of the appropriation
i ‘ Imrchy mu*d as '-dull he i.e«-t ssarv f >r the completion
•‘ofsuch stfvrys ai.:! exaii: naimns'rs bar c been altea
j“dv CMr.ipniee.l, shill he r\prrr k I.’1
, ‘Mr. f'title nslsed .hat the ruietimn to betaken by
; J cas mid imys. and i was so oidered by the Mouse.
I Mr. (•i'met* then ook the t’^;r, ;»ud went al lar^e
I inth a ciscus-ion of tire constitutional question of the
( P* er of il>e* United itilcs to carry on works of inter
^•t:;l i.njum einent. u ii.h he denied in
. _ Me u f.d lowed -i I be applies do by Mr. U'l.io
; 'e. it* a hm ! < }•». e h.
■ !-. 'Vi.ile also rallied i.> Mr. Uilm-r tl,3ii*rh not al
' great !> nglli.
. ..lrl.>inn? nay r >>e. not to ir. b.ute Itm <-pn>;inn,
hut to i onion, fi ate ntr imst Puttier dr<ii«.si>u. Tne
i public service, lie s*d, was sutTcrirg f,.r want of tk<
' f,-',rr appropriations in il.;^ hill, and Ialjier t|,(i
t'cm should he di'qcnsed with altogether f-.an dial
i-4 passage sliotild *> longer del .y» -1.
i .e question was now about to be pot, when
i r. Alai v in mu I * a short speech in favor of t* r
appugprlption, and pir?ku!:u]y in loi.rencc to thcio.ii!
from Washington lo liiilfaln.
Ur. K're,nor then nade a Amit Spc* ch in far nr of
the amendmaaf, as did also Ms. Weiuns, on the same
.Mr. Uando!(ili thin rose in favor of the amendment,
and addressed t!ic I’ome m a great ' tu t* of t*-.; r
in a pp-oci. of more than two horns, i„ nf w hich
!.e parluni .ily oppised the i cltmo tint the I Inline
was bound h} prove us t'ori'MiK mi ‘lie ground < f ; -V
j ciulont. ?*Ii. I! comdo.!« ; a litile before } oc'u'cir,
M.-. Wright, of Oh:n, r and inquired of Jh,; Sj rvk
«’r won' was the question before tin* liou-i*.
die Spet.U- I h .Vltlg M.Vtil Shu quif
Tftr. VS ng.-.c I have I?«»v?11 rii c> ihe rnnnrM c<
tiic tie in nn from Virginia'. »vt. . is now i-Montiii"
fr<*n ti'.o House, [Mr. Ihan.l, Iph] for ,j(f. ;-lt i,0...
attentively ns I could, and bring »»n;.Mo i , conj-i’Vrc
from the com sc of ihtni what ihr fpit's-.iun ,ca jj lv;... j
■ 11 s bon m?gt t have un ' ■ • • . ' ‘
change in my absence from tt.e Homo, and, tb. rcfore
I hr ve bt c n in ’ oe I to ns kc he inquiry. ri
tlema.airo.il V.i >i- sa, has, in the course of hi., iJ ;
hours iesranfation inr.;i : e rno*t r-sfui-nUnarv apml
9* I understand i\ on two o‘ to Judical functional ,i‘'
t!ic i/oininomre i:::» of \ ugj.ia—sii ban it’tick p,
i never belore heard in a Id.-gi.kMive ilatl. It ^ ce,.
tninly »•*? my place «r> r. tdy u such an attar!? if reply
v necessary. Mr. U . sai: it rr mid, he tlu u » ,t corn*
;vi i. greater } rrj • "(y from seme crntleman no,., that
C:° - He »t rr fght be prot er fo.
the llouse fo hear (he reply,before it pr a fu (je.
( idr t’ir .]I1» stipr: and in outer to atToni - n ommrlunitv
for it, lie moved'that the House adjourn.
, 'r,,e n";,“;u to 'UJj,,,|rn #*s iegalived, Ay<.> 61?; Now
! 14>e c.t-.Mjnn 173=) then pul in ihe niaend’t!. nf of Mr
OakVv, it was decided by Vats ar.d IN\.ys as foi ows
(Teas 72, :\a>s 101.
Jo a mi'trd merit ms rejected.
Theqnssliun then recurriug un concurring w^L tin
Conmiitt. e ol Ibo Winiio or Me State of tl;<T; IM ,(
l!ic amendment, which projnses to till tl,e h.h.nk iv’il
,Vr- I farnss lerftainied (hit the rji.csfi >u h- taken hi
je is and nays.
The .1 rnu.,1 w tsm Hurd by fhc House, and t!,(
yeas rt*d nay, being ahi.nl l> he (aIcon,
Mr. Carter moved dial t.Sp f!oii>R ^i:u«rn.
Ti n motion was np^afived without a tlivi'inn; ant
the qiscs’ioo tlien recurring, (fas dt c drJ by was at;.
na\ , as follows—Yeas | | |, \ayR go.
hli. .MoUinTic now moved rhal i.V. b,|| l.o nd-tni
ilsthjiJ reading; when,
■Mr. Jennings made a „|.r.r> .fi.Cch, i|if. r(«.jt.c, of
* • r •• ..• ,
e .iied (lie two par cent, tunf, derived fmn the
ccrdso! the public lands beitg included in j!;0 Jno.
tal fond tor Internal Imprcvem'nls. inasmi.h a 7( h
horn pledged torn special w ;! . <; „• . :
of the •. "tirnOerland [’..nil,
1 he qnrsticn was now lomjlv dent*!* I. and ha, ;.,.,
'.. ■' ! ' ' • It wast ts ttUrt
r> ^ morrow: *V t^r*r c j^r/y
[’!.#• js/’ arljou !/«*?•),
i/orn'au XcUjs.
' i row, Miiirb J.— On iieni>i!its t>, t!i - (>pnrn
I i —.• ). a o i tin; IStii Jat>, from I.ivurjmol, mi j y .
r, mi f,(m il.n.
!l1’ 'Im : r V"->' t'-r war was s:j’I Idr.-J aj.
■ ■ 'l • tad left f:
’*‘ 1 • ' *• *' '• d pot on i ra;ii.-r iiore v ar!’sr aspp. t. 'fit
** " ' ;t 'll': injoiis riiar... ii i • Ktigiish, French f> •.
*. * ia it re mist' icf is a simn'a I err nr rrnre, ;• n J ii ■ v b: v
•n In i t bearing on tie* l»nernl p bt'cs of I.nrnpp,
’ ;,c f 1 -i' a papers <li:lrr v.-ij ly in to r aecT nnr of the
: u -ns r,, Mi - poli/tio i of |«.<' f. id* • »ii ^ r';ini<tiy; In, ■
Cn,,; ’r,,or ,rr«».«i |i!«' to m;r in. Is (hat his f.nrd'shi
;i"i" •’* ,rr,’| resp J ■ * i• y •• wri^hty rare'«
i”ar-i to tin* i'icn’irr i-.ip. 'I hat Nfr. I'psI •.i j'l l>p ai
” 1 * di i,, ,,;str\ wo >ii nV, toe'*- i< Ji'ile rltniht, arr|
"-1 *" ’ f)f a mix-,! rda.af frr. ioflndmj U’hi;..
- tie quest! >mrrf,
’ ■ ■. 1 ( ;i'ji- Idiiiislry tvil« bf ipieratri]
‘ •; -l ' I*
*',,r ' <■ cior of Ct Istcft date rrc/ veil.
'' K ‘o <■■oiininoi" • ?♦* r n th.* SiiMcct o*" i*,o
mi :i ii.il t .p prt :••>■•...
■i aid t:>nI not;,ij>ai
t (;
,cti;tia 1
, ^ K ^ « no cii -err rf ir*:r--.f*y in F*onrr, va;,« an
i.m 1'n i aaper, appears to have «xc*teri >.nnr appt
\ f-t ' •'* new Gnvernn rot fliouM not adiicrp
i" .<• pm (f(,r fi<<> pfefr rf peace, wbirh A
ro,;.i',nr*ion with Knulemi, i* siippos. d t„»,ai
' ' ' : ,'i ru. A private letter froni I’ari*, dated 14th J*
.(t ns, ,f, state-that the throe per cento, were done aft
l-nge .lours at 6fjf,'JOe. Theivw f)jni:Ury v< n p it hiti
“® * •!> in'* II,;. i is i‘i 11<> .t »yp '.nto i
’ninister will not bi: nnpen hrif in ic-uM to the finances,
v.l the creation i>f Hie new r -is. The deficiency in the
Fii hc.Ii finances is stated to be our hn.nlred aud twenty 1
in.i’rons. |
None of tb- I ronrli Journals $peaSt in a sniitfnctnty mnt
witl. i ^ ml to tin* new mini :i-y. I In- doiiro tl des 1). >> n '
i mpresses Its l.i livl tldn li e f'.it.ini-t s not (lefinit ivt-ly 11
I ntiK-il. nod hints, i||i is m , that n* existence \« Ml be m '
*'' '!I '•'*". l'ho t'i.i!«tiii:t-,iunp!, the accredited or '
-•*" "f *•»« l.lhi-fals, rxj-u-. . < .i decided opinion I
tmst mho- of tin- im-iii*n rs ..j i!c,-w ('. i.'.m-t, and «t:tt.-s t
',s coinpi-suion is s,.< li »s to offer mo M-rntity lor .i j
I* it* existence.— I in- Quo j lii-nue asserts that it the t.'noi
iii-t doi s nnt receive an .in ussimi r f Foy.iiists, it is nut .
Idu-lv to command a in-1 my in the HliatiMn-f-i.
The news of the binn:ng of the Hindi licet at Scio
amount., to nothing f.,,» u,,. de«t,action of a few v.iitil! J
vi -• !. near tile |imt ot Mi uni .iinl i-lleivln-ie. Patras li . I
rapitiilatr.t and i: e c,m-diiimi a-ainst f'audia had Sailed, j
I hi* it.-rntnifs film the ii-‘iiii.|iti'tnriiii; distrirts wete!
•rd'iin l.ivo..i‘j|e. Since tin: I'l'niiiii-nccnient of l'u» year, i
tl.e ntdeis l.ave la- n s . i-ttli-miit-, that sr vd,t| desert,-fions
id -no.'s cannot be Itiinidie I ;.n |)|» follow me three mouths,
patticnl.uiy printed n.it.ni une w. There w is « -ood ill-a]
■ him- in yams, hut at ;e» impri veinent in price . in Man
cin sier—the demand for printing cloth was uarticnirfilv
»v ty •
S - > ty i- *5* .'
'*» £ Jus
^ dr
^ . W-V. .U
| *r>
8*fc '
T'ie Phtcnix <>f "fuiivititncy.”—Tut* reader may i«;
member a toast "i\f r» at the late dinner lu Mr. Taze
»vell, m Ibis ci«y, ;>y a «ju -nd. in member oi't’oti^rfr^s
vv!io tnigoannnotity. regard bis situation to make
romn ter :\l r. l-audolpb. The to: s: is in the following
,:.v r>r George W. Cirnnp. ‘ The Iticl rrond Fm
qmi-er—the unchanged and unchangeable advocate of
tiie principles, which irewrki«! the epoch of ith birth n
“What cutting it ony! What provoking sarcasm!”
exclaimed the "National Intelligencer. INd so thought
the si ? ior editor nf the Fdupiiier— ter he received the
H>n$t iicrai^-, cj rcMiciled ni grateful terms to the
'• m iliti
1 "‘! ■ '• •>' “er the sentiment, in whatsoever
•4*irit infct 'el. i, true in fact, let do following article
frobi the Ih.q :tier of (*»./.. 10, it;?;, c, r;,K. VVe insist
:hit the reader y petu»c it, nnd pionibe him no lit
tle anmscmenl from i'.
f son the Iti'hrt nrl ’’ rr, >f QW’ihry \ •);/, j p> i
<»K\Klh\i, .»At
fiie : residential rhction is near at hand; and as it is
important the people should undet-lnud the r/mrurfer
1 prrlensvjH'i of tire dirWnt candidates, we have
yieldtd to the \\ sites of many persons in Virginia and
c’-ewhere, in ro‘vibli>dnng ao a< tide on onr ifrst page,
i ,,l,'hii ti e S’guarure ot Ai.gkrmi.'v *S:i m v; Ti*e wij
i :er, it ci„,nii] he reinrinbemi, wiote long before Cen.
, huh m was even thought of ‘or the Piesidency. His
:r;r:i :.s me, therefore, not the etfnsons of parti/.v.n
/. al or -iffsty, r.i-1 n:- - nti'led to the most delibciaV
< e .-<ur.ii inn oi .!• ■; reader, 't eing \v ith what unptmi
‘ mtbiaiy chieftain lo.d v. ,laird and trampled mJei
.l‘‘° ent slifiithm anti law? , „uotrv. and drea
• 1 !hc !li!i,r*; ‘C. cls ofmtcii p.-ecedents npon the Iib
<!■. t*'- ot the ;:ecp!c, and the -.'.-ihiii! \ of our tree it: it it ti
"on« ibis aide writer dipped fonvard to nrrai^ffc the
; ollanclcr at the bar of public opinion. Whether nthia*
jd-uie injost.re to Gen Jack-on, or mi srpresented facts
new become U;sti-i scat, let the public, din unu nts of the
country decide. The .-.n-tinf.: .arcs under which he
I '*ro,e> and !'«»'«* ('•' 1”) shirh. . m from the mmu
■ tatimj of ju t-onaI or politic d host it its
Kyon' caB ■ >« '■ - fill i Gen. Jackson for ih*
, important mtu o:; lie ha- tendered bis country than we
..iv \\ c yield him til the military ni ri las a soldier
i which rat) be claimed for him. V-.'c do not deny pntn
' u,,",u* n:;r *-‘ft ^idcnt di von ui to I:i-i ci imtry. '|{;s p,
len s to ti.o field may be r-pislly imlispufa!>lV. Hut
i 1*.° d '-'! tied t.) preside as the .v.k f executive officer,’in
Mie cahitn t of a nation, whose rights are dcTmeil a«d
I guarantied by wiif-n constitn'h.ns and laws? |n the
: Irrision of 'b;s question let the !»cid and constitution
: at views CJ A. S,dnr_v [and < haj man Johnson] he con
.salted. I ft ir- not be blinded by the halo of M,}jiarv
loiy w hid* surrcninls the warrior1, b.uw. I,o( h care'.
i tally ndo character and qualificatn.! ; into t) e
.iuii, lumper ami inod. s ot thinking cf l,iui who aspii
if*- lt:=t and most rcvnns.blo o.rice in ti,c M-ur
, I ran t!.- .rinmest nnli.jui'y military power has fasri
stctl tt.e great mass of manhind. It has been a re
|mrt to p. hsi and to oflice. It ,3 sanctified the'ai
trra ,:iy,-uid lae \ io.'a:ion« of law in other countrn
History riccid-, that every fire nation of antiquity I
In-.t its hovrty by the usurpations of military cbieflaw
a id - n:i wc by blind to her 'tsi ft.I lessons of expo
V» give nnio r.vsaronly the things (hat are
( irzat'-i. M a pa’riot »ve admire Orn. J.Wison; as 8
;',M,or '7r "" 1 fcol jrnipful for hit services.
;{n\afi a .</ /Vunnn. where are Ins claims? What ,.j^n
has h*’ of (in- g. uius of r.t*r free inslitu si n% who (‘-if it
Inil beet, the I .«i not af |,is life”) wn.ihl have handed, a<
V fS the “ring leaders” of (he Hartford Convcnli’i.r.*
i s .iinjiinr no f( rmsof ihcconstidi j n am! liie law It
.vmh] puti'sh (iens«»ii, by (he summary pr<>< e.t of ;.n
••Uidi |.< ridc«tt e-UK inwha';” and that’too. under the
trco.vn section of H e act of <’<mgr<-s, f..r the govern
rri. i.t ot (he arm}. I fi« short career in the cxesci-r of
'*vi! power, is •‘marked hv acts which n,:gbt j de
ifoo” tire » .n whom (he people of tins I nion ought (o
”ri » «he choice of .. President. I„ Florida did hr
-• '! 'i-in an a -crcdifcd Spanish Comm.,doner, and
aen menace a:.J ir.sn t *he Jn^e who vainly cndca
viy- ! 'Hosier i i„ '■!.oner (he protection of tf.« law
'' ' * ' u'" ' 'n v ~ Ian.;? a i a senator in
has ! r. not v >’ed i< impose upon lie co:i-n*ry
' ns, norm,a!, unjust, odioo ? An I did ho
n;:; and endeavor to evade the | uhheot; rfi
oil... enrreftp. nfl-nce will, Mr. Mnnr.« u, a manner
iimvi.’ tl.y of the tearless independences of im former
cn«.ra< Do his doctiim^o; ainal^amatipn. ao-j his
nonuiic ifier, ofpiity di,',.ic!i.„„t a, "men. huhl.U*»
so. with thesctlife i pit.t'ji a and vhtwi ui the Ameri
can people5
“."ccing wi:’. wh.d im( unity a military chieftain had
TioJate.1 ao.1 trampled tinder foot, (he constitution and
! »ws ol hi* co«iitryr—seeing (Iris, v,ha? does the Jdn
ctttrcr £ or * d\ iiy that this aarne military chief-i
must be elevated to the I’ic.»idt net f The En- ■
ouirer i* net merely satisfied vj.tbtir-, hut nothing I
'tiit’u 's i*s consistent editors tr.orc than foi others to
apply the term ‘ military chieftain,” to Gen. Jackson,
•ir. C.ay Iras l.cr-n soundly abused for having nsi d
in hi. |r tier to Jo;* ;n f]-(,die.
Mracing (<a- s the Enquirer) tdjc fiiioie effects or
precedents 'vsii. .«e set by Gen. Jackson—n j
'■ <• .... j chieftain1 / upon the tibrrfy of;hc propir, and j
<im liberty of oor/rer nliWion*'—v hat ought to he j
lone to avoid their fatrf consequences? Why make!
!"<J ‘^tncral J*rcs; ,'o.t of the U. .states by all incaosl I
Nothing so effectually suppresses the influence of a .
bad example, as to reward him who set it, with (he!
fust honours and dignities! is this the logic of (he 1
Enquire!.* The r/ay fhen to guard “the liberties of
Ihc people,” ao J preserve “the stability of our free in
to CuUIjoC 35 tilii lulcr, t.,t Uli.^.1
iliicftwiii,1* who, says tlic Enquiier, has ‘-violated ami
ramplrd under foot, the Jaivs and constitution of tilt
:oun'ry." Ktinrfe of St. Thomas Acquinas! Ah! con.
istett editors of the Kdquircr—"the unchanged an ]
fnchaiig«*al»!i-'w— how well qual.Qed aro you to rend
t-t tor. on * j»: t»iC!|>!o,” an 1 “eoiiiistancv,” to Gales Jc
Siatcnl Sat cast it. !>r. Crump!
“ •' e art’ fftatcful, \t. (says the Enquirer of Ocl. It .
IT!J t.) to Gcu.xJ. for Ins military services, &c.”_but
the y continue—“15 He qualified to preside as it.e chi. !‘
'•xccutive officer, ... the cabinet of a nhtiou, whose
lights are defined and guarantied,%y written conati
'u’ioiii an 1 !.nn?" We (must answer this sigtuljpan'i
question by the Enquirer of “IliCB”—the “unchangoTl
an.l uncVirtge-able Enquirei’’— to whom certainly mhr
be applied the idea of tint port, tl.aT it has no parallel
hot itself, "hat does tl.e Enquirer of EGO say to
the interrogatory? Oh! th. t Gen. Jackscn lo;8 been
abu —! that he is a pitrn t and plain republican tar
mer of excellent talents and discietion, and that lui
n il! make ns a goo ! and •* -ife” President!
1 fat us n (says the Enquirer of Oct, I'd, 14? 2-1' ba
blinded by the halo of military glory,-which sarrotluds
bewsrrior'i brow. Look carefully, into character,
und nil a linen tin;-.; into (iic disposition, temper and
modes of thinking, cf him who aspires to the first and
mo t ..Hisihlcoffice in the worhi. From the rtinoK ;t
aotlqniiy, military power has fascinated the great n.a-s
ol manUiud. It has bi’*n a pnwspert" Vr power and o»
office- it has sunctiij cd the acts uf tyranny, anil the
v.olatii.ns oflaw in oilier countries. History rrco;d$,
that every free nation of antiqufty (and the “unchnii'*-.
ctP’editois might have nddftd, of modern times) has
l .st its lihmty by tiie usurpations of m * 11r>iy chieftain?;
and shall we be blind to lier'usefdl lessons of expo*
■J ins was written Ibreo j«ars and a h ilftgo, come
(lie Utb April nex*! Is there upon rcconl—wiii there
• ever again occur such another beautiful example of
i ‘comMfncv.-’ 'i ho “unchanged and unchangeable’’
: r:nquirer, does not now merely support the “inilitarv
I chieftain”—“the warrior whose brow is surrounded
, by a halo of military glory”—but all w ho have not
j ohm..red with the “unchanged and unchangeable’ erh.
tors, are fjderahst'*, toriesr enemies of the people, md
j of the second Washington.' Are tho records of hiss
t< ry that proclaim tbit “every free nation cf:w;.
;-;u ty lost its liberty hy tha usurpations of military
i chieftains,” blotted out? It. is no longer true of mlli
tnrv power “th,H it has sanctified the acts oftvr.m.ij,
jr.n.l the violations of law in other countries? flow
Uhall we account else, for this remarkably change in
j the “unchanged and unchangeable?”
A e would (continues the Enquirer of Oct It?,
1 3*1, render unto C'ajsas, tlio things that are Caisar’s”
'!l ai 3 s'.atcunun! n^ere a;e his, (Gen. JVt
ilt.ie again, we must make the Enquirer of ia*g
; answer (he Enquirer of 1824. Tha “unchanged and
j unchangeable” Enquirer, has not only lost its fears of
im,!i,ary glo'y upon tiie people—its fears of the prti. .
dent of electing a military cbit-fiain, upon “the hbe*.
' ties oftLe people, and the stability of our free institu*
i.ons’’—but it has discovered, high claims to the Prc
j'idency in ilia person of Gen. Jackson. Cut we will
takn leave of ti p disgusting therne— disgusting in eve*
i ry view, and every sense—disgusting as furnishing the
grossest instance of tergiversation ever committed—
| dijusting for its impudence—disgusting as o/ibyng nu
insult to the intelligence of the public—Uut especial:*
| disgusting, from being produced by an “unchanged
jnd unchangeable” determination, to keep in with j
: major it y.
I ',c know ,l,at ,},c “unchanged an ! tuichangcn
Mu*1 profcs.3 to think of Oe.a. Jackson as they tVer
hut this profession is contradicted by fkeir .u.er
:hu;,; a w*it!c- Wc bnnw they profess not to* love
j Jackson more, but Adams Icsrs—but it is impossible,
that they should think .Mr. A Jams as dangerous—let
;! i,n },e as fcVen as Pickering represents him—as
1 “Military Chieftain, wlm has violated an(] trampled
.under foot, the laws and constitution of his eoui.trj.”
j Thinking as they do, of the dar ker of military power —
! ’hat fcvtry free nation has Just its liberty by the agency
. military usurpers—believing as they evidently d.»,
:rom their own assertions, that General Jackson is a
1 •^*,*^3rj Chieftain, who from his former conduct may
prove to the U. Stales, what Crnsar was to Home_
. we fay, that from the sentiment and tone of the arli
|c!e quoted above, it is impossible to believe, that lire
j •‘unchanged and unchangeable,” do now, or ever ran
j think, tiiat Gen. Jackson is as well qualified, safeU to
alirvm.'stsr (he affairs of this Government as John Q.
Adams. J.et the laltcr build a thousand light houses
-f the slurs, or ,u lire skies—let him preach tip cl.o
doctrine, (as he never hfts done) (hat the Represents
; tivc not hn Pal««* h> U.e wrllol his constituents
I 1*1 iii:n write mure such Messages as that of Dec.
r-’i—h t him origin .(e new 'emhr es—lfcf him he i
federal;?t in disguise, or even a monarchist in prfticf*
pie—still, he must according t„ the opinion of General
Jackson, entertained by the “unchanged ,t uncliarg«.
ahle,” prove a safer President than hi* rivai.
J.V. Han’uiyh. —'Fhry-tmwrumbir gm;:> n. • r„
reprcapitedfol.HVB made a new and outrageous
attack on the chastity of i;!,nra-.tcr— ilir only s„rt ,,f
chastity wc believe,, that is i„ danger from him-in »
speech on Internal Improv,Two Judges arc said
to hive been sadly mangled by him—but who they are,
repo,tg differ, Wc shall learn tiic particulars fti a fe\y
V o shall pay our respects jo the honourable gentleman
more at l.lrge in a few days. Mis rondurt Ins become so
iiwlpss, n« t* rail lor Jiic indignation of a!I well winters
to ’heir cn.in •,y,
A Virgin Tati, in the National Joureat, i« rntstaken i
frying that f-ior of ;.Tr. btcvcnsc.it s constituents "ntiihn
riscif the Editor of the Richmond Whig” to make the
s’a’fir.nit in rrferen.e to Mr. S. that lately appeared :,j
(his paper. That statement was not made by
have we personally ever heard eii!,c, of the four gentlemen
«ay « word on the subject. The address lo Mr. Steveute.i
was from n constituent—-hut not from us.
Th- h,n nfprnpritMing #30,000 to Internal Improve
n,e"*» (•urveys, Sec.) ha* passed the Mouse of Represent
tives, nues 57—the number who object to its constitution
Th* sensible ehork of an Earthquake tyarffcIfinR-rh
mend on Sunday night, about halfpart lOn'dock. Sere*
ral 1 't pic jumped out of bed in the usual alarm, whiff*
'•hat ar.ful gkenornvncn never f-ult to inspire.

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