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Si&ns of better Feelings : . . w 1 .ubjecl ; aw in some passages, oe row .o Fayetteville Observer, . Mr. Butter a allusion 10 11 we. vary i - - . ' iai happy. In alluding to a poesible coiflict, bo '. of lh 12ih instsnt,) numeroua indications prof ii0 ,nd Iinfjred subjecte, and in aid u I know where eiy allegiance will be. Mr. Clay bad. in ibe moat lolly straw oi ei- Virginia Resolutions. wtiere.., r.cen. acuoa ,. " ;of (h. Minl Wli Moti) Congre.s, w. learn A.sembly upon the subject of he " timet,0' deDnsitM of 0oU .od S.lver at the oviao and kindred sunf-cis, ano in relation " . . ' i... .v,. ...r isji' Mini anu ill urmitnes ou.wg -- THE UNITED STATES MINT. the Annual Raport of the Director f Ml I ' . e L...- tmnA t, a . M,aAn T . f . ' . .1 - - L 1 , U ... nlka. . irom asmncion oi cone. " io iueuit aiascs, " m r il-,. . v . . . . . i t ara a. roiiows . .h. Vn,.hrB .nd Southern members. A- enouee Irom the non-siavenoioing oistea man . equence, disclaimed allegiance to the South. .iwific.nl of the... is the re-' '"lenl denunciation, and a systematic-perse- j At Charhrtte, ine , . verance in tne wronss oi wiucn e coiniiisiii. L ni " ; Mr. Butler urged the Senate to retain I propositions befo.e them for debate, and lo jcct.on, by a decided majority, oi xne propo-, eJ d wbere ,. is ,ppircnl that the inev. i At New Uriean, i. i. sitinn oi me aooiiiinnisi, ., m vui, u in- nuDie resuti oi sucn i cwim m num r ive everv one an onnortunitv lo eipreas h views. Afterward, the Senate would be ihe , g.iuc, ,he committee on Territories to bring ilia part of a poriion of the States, mosl be better prepared to devise some scheme for! .... .miUinB, ,ha Wil.not Proviso lo New 10 "ci,e uitte.pess, jealousy and distress a- 252 074! 'i. 410,774 11 518 9S3 jnvlottz : the. occasion. e are in a common elup. said he, and all must airive to prevent the wreck. M r. Webster cordially responded to the sentiment, and expressed his own wish that the subject should lake such a course as to permit a full, calm and deliberate discus sion. Kmm uh.il I have heard, tinre the Senate IT WILLIAM THOMPSON. Esq.. is our a- ,. , :j,.j , h,!,... iK.t it i. col in Baltimore, authoriicd to obtsin dvetti8. , - FBI DAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1S50. mentt and subscriptions, and to grant raccipts. fJE. W. CARR, Esq., is our eent in rhiladel. tii, sulhoriicil to obtain advcrUscmcnts and jiro. ure subscriptions. j OCT See the advertisement headed "Men ,Fanted.M OCT We have not been able lo secure the ervices of a band yet, but we bare the pro mis of one in two weeks. We shaW not be jble, therefore, lo issue another pnper under two weeks. Although our readers have cause 10 complain we hope they will bear with us a little longer. Should anything important transpire we will issue an extra. rnMie Meclins. A Call is made for a Public Meeting to be held in Charlotte, on the Tuesday of April Court, without diatinction of party, lo take some action relative to the Southern Conven tion tha. is to meet in Nashville in June next. As a meeting will be held we should be glad to see a full turnout, at any rate of the Whigs, so that the feelings and sentiments of ihe . people of this section may be fairly expressed. Mr. Clay's Speech. .: The Speech delivered by Mr. Clay on ihe 5 h and 6th instant, on his Compromise Res olutions, is said to have been one of his great esteflorls. So great has been the demand for it that the Union states that it will take three weeks to supply them. We sball publish it in our text. Mr. Derriea has also spoken on the same resolutions. The Senate was crowded each lime. Mr. Ca!houn was expected to address the Senate, but he has been too unwell to attend its sessions. the tacit understanding of ibe body that the subject shall undergo a full debate. 1 hi most eminent or the INorthero aenaiora re marked, lo night, that he thoughtjhis lo be a wise course: for an able debute would serve to quiet the public mind rather than lo agi tate it. 111 uu "Tv " 8 ' I ..... ,1, ,., i...ll il, .noripst ns.-ions. Mexico, Jcc. On ibis cheering decision ihe ( )d ,inguit(1 ha, ,piti, ofconces-i.m and correspondent of the Baltimore Sun says j destroy thai mutual foibeaiance and fialer "The Union is safe. The Northern mem-: iffi-xiion. which founded and have su i. wi ; r,nm tla W.lnv.i nro-! Ismed our confederacy, and finnlly to dis- viso. At Ihe brgiimmg of ihe session, Root's solve the Union itself: and whe.eas we are resolution or any resolution carrying out the possible, in avert the evils winch Wilmot proviso, would have passed by , ihiea.ep us, and believe that the most eflc lare nmiority. ' ,uu' ,ni'Bn" u doing this are to be found in "The delav occasioned bv' the difficulty tordiBl u,'io f ,lie ,,ole Sou,,h or U,e in mnkinj, a speaker and ctei'k as a public ! mainlenanca of ihe Constitution and ihe pre i... .c. if., ih. ......!.,. tKi .h-'af-rvaiiun of the Union if it can be preserve), oassae of the proviso will woik off eutirclv i f" n preservation if it connoi : the two regular old line parties, and ub-li- j 1st. Be it thtrtfre Rente d by iht Unit lute sectional panics. About thirty-one ral Atumhly of Virginia, -That upon Ihe noilliern members, nraily half Whigs, uni-; question thus persevering!)' and reckli ssly ted with ihe southern members in laying ' lorced upon Ihe country, v irginia hue Uken I Ins her position, and that position wi I be main The ' lained. Her fovnlty to the Uuina is no mat- Ifavor ;ter of amply profession. It is stamped upon tha nretiJenl'a irnclanihtinn : or. in soma i everv liaee of her hislorv. Nu STJV1E has way, lo evade or defer the slaverv qucslion." ': done as much to form the Union; itrmo is ., . . r ., , v v prepared to do mote to porpctu.ile il in the The correspondent of ihe N. Y. hMr.s. I jn h a nJ ifl Ml sys, , aUnc il can be preserved. But loyal as she "The President's Messge and Mr. Clay's Ji "J l heen. il was a fatal error Compromise Resoletiona have bad, it .eems : So suppose that Virginia will ever coiuent Total in gold and silver, $14,000 403 The coinage of guUi silver, and copper, was: At Charlotte, At Dahlonr , At New O. leans, At Philadelphia, Mr. Root's resolution on the tuble. will quiet the matter in the House. northern Whigs arc now disposed lo $11,104,095 82 The amount of deroiitcs at the Mint and its branches, of g ild for coimge from mines in ihe United S ates, in Iti'J, was: From Virginia, Noiib Carolina, Cirnrgia, Cuhfornia, New Mexico, Other sources, DREADFUL EXPLOSION IN N. YORK! pK ui'Mnei uvu lost I . . Ntw Youk, Feb 4, P. M. A most diaastrous explosion occurred this morning at Taylor's Machine Shop, on High street. The targe steam oo'ier used la his i.i.nt. rl,.,l.'il il.i niornimr. ahattarins ik 'J I building to atom, and burjingin the ruin one hundred prison. The upper stn ies of Ihe building ware oc. cupicd by Mr. Si. John as a hal manufactu. ry, and by Messrs, Uurr it Co. as a book bindery, in which were employed 7tf lianJi, nearly all of whom have wnsneu. About seventy bodies, tiavo bren al eidy tecovored, lot llir j;roans ami thriekt nf ih dying and woundrri are jet hfard under the ruins. Actise efl'-rte are now in progress S relieve Ihe poor sufferers. As if to sdd lo the horrors of (lie eiploaion, after the huiMieg bad beea torn in pieces, tha fragments caught Grr. I is supposed that this most deplorable accident was caused by Ihe pressure of fro- ai-n water in Ihe boiler pipes. fr:)Gl,2!)9 00 244,130 50 1 046,000 (Hi 8,U 13,200 32 $120,382 102,099 10,525 0.4SI.4MO 32.69 10,109 (SSomeof the Southern picssare sur prised that their should be any opposition to the Southern Convention! When we see such language as the follouirg ur sjrprise is that any one should be in favor of it. The Editor cf the Wilmington Aurora, ssya : "North Carolina has appointed no delegates yet. There probably lurks in ibe public mind some apprehension of disunion. Al low il to be so: what of it t 2Are valua ble slaves have recently escaped from this port to the North," and then mikes the fol lowing inquiry : II hat's the Rtrntiig f It it a SuuAe-n Cen edVrii'B, with Capital at Aiheville, or some where else on the mountains, where the lines of Georgia, South and Noith Carolina, Ten nessee and Virginia meet. The centralit) of our position, not less than Ihe arrant ras calities of the North make it our duty 1 Lei this be done, and we shall have Rul Roads J beligfBd bv ,he teenegl observers, will now j mea-tire that may be necessary to ptovioe 57C7.092 thai that Union to which she has looked as a source of happiness and honor, t,btll bo converted into an instrument of degre lalicu ml oppicssion. 2. RtsolreJ, Thai in Ihe event of the pas- sagHiof ihe Wilmot Proviso, or of any law to many here, a salutary ( fleet in calming ihe slavery and ami-a'aveiy piasions, liich have threatened mere seriously to dissever the Union than the public at a distance have any idea of. Both o( their propositions show that no Wilmot Proviso can be, or ought to be. passed now. Colli lake ground oainat j at.oiw.ing aiaveiy in me strici oi .Um. such a measure as now unnecessary, if notjb'a.or m any manner inie.foiM.g anh the uncalled for. The south thus feels relieved, "gli oi siaveim.ue.e u.erem, or uooii.Hmg from whal it has cal'ed "insult," " u,elea. l-ry in, or ibe slave trade Uteeen the insult," and Ihe North feel its wsvclpnr to- Stalos, Virginia will be prepared to ir.te ward working out the right, without giving ith her siMei slaveholdu-g Si.tt, in Con "the insult." The Future. Time il is senium or oini-t wise, in inc uuopuon OI .r OUR COTTON IN ENGLAND. " As regards the supp'y af cation," says Mackay, " we tre as much at Ihe mercy of America us if we were starving, and lo her 'alone, we looked for food. She need am ! withhold her cheats - America could elarva Another statement adds mora thsn half a Ui nY withholding her ciHloo. True, il is as million of dolUrs lo lite prolce of our own ' lm)ch her inteust as ours to aet dilTormitlv ; n.ints, by giving the aiu.tunt of Califorma ,Bj iso long as it continues M, o difficulty gold de posited ul the M;ul uuJ its Branches wj be experienced. Bui a combination of circumstances may be supposed, in which A ! nierica, at little cost lo herself, might stiiks us an irrrcorrruble blow) a cruis m;ghl Sr I rive, when by momentarily eiippling our in- d.uslrv, she nt'gbt push in and deprive us if 1 ihe markets of ihe worlJ. ' And who, shooU HON. MR. HAXM'.OAN. A FA1XKUL flC . In- opportunity arise, wi! gtMraniy her for as f.illows : At Piiiladelhia, At N Orleans, S3 4? 1 . 439 oofi.oeo fO,117,Pl2 enou"h I We diubt very much whether this reme dy will cure the disease; and we are certain it would not bring us Rail Roads enough. Relative to the action of the Southern Con vention he says : happily settle all things, and settle them right, loo." So also the correspondent of the Boston Post : "I am also enabled to inform you ihet news has reached here from several western for their mutual defence, or to secure their mutual SHfoly. 9. Rttolctd, That in the opinion cf the General Assembly, a Southern Convention, m klch the States as Suies are icpresent rd, shcu'd con-iisl of D--lega'.:s elected by ihe people of the aeveial States in convention as- Tl'K E. U-arance! Fill England wilb provision v The IWtinore pipers publish from tho her harbors be chocked and her grenari Roslou Daily Advertiser, the following ei -burslmg wilh their etores ; wnai spectacle tract of a Utter from a respectable Amen can at Rer'in : - " I4l all things are tame beiide eur Min ister H-irinrgin. I!e is the mot leamierless ami olteilv vulirnr man I ever met. Thooii'i now recovering, l.e has during a considerable f Vess. nine ber.n almt dying ot delirium tremens. His presence here is ihe 2'ealest possible disgrace to nur country. I csnnot tell you abfut him ; the stories which are current, would she present on a stoppage of one year's supp'y of cotton ! , It would d mora lo pros trate her in ihe dost than all Ihe armaments which America anJ Krrope, coudminJ, could hurl BiiaHut hr. Whal a ireiwenlous pnsi. er is this in the hands of a rival ! ' &'iril of A fOrrilERH COXVENTIOV. W Iojmi that b 'tb branches of the Lrj i-Uture of (ivorgia, have pasd remilu'ii Adwissioa of California. The cortepondenv ot vV ChuUaion Ccu ,..r ara-ea that the chief matter of interest in thing of her own Ihe Senate on the 14th instant, was the ques lion of reference of the California Constitu tion, and it involved, incidentally, tho great question of the day. There weie a number of propositions to refer it to ihe Committee on Territories, which now has jurisdiction over Gen. Foote's 11!! one, to refer il, to gether with all propositions relative to slave ry, to a special committee of fifteen, to be chosen by ballot and one to refor it lo a se lect committee of five. The correspondent I - , ... . .,... ; sembled, who should carry with Iheni all thi TrAar iriW tht Southern Conntindo ?-w.,... o. wp, w ...... . h Aetcd f uch , npp,iaUlien(, We hope to hsve no more barren addresses. ! P"""0' Pfd dange, "J j.nJ be j ,0 , fof JU lh,y If that ,s all the delegate, intend, ihey had "". ,or fno r T"0' "Jr" ! ..pres.,,,. better ..ay at home. K thoy will method! fnn" "J ""." ,fro,n, ,he. Mt. lh"S j 4. RenhtJ, tktrrfae, That upon ll.e h.p a plan for dissolving the Union w. will hail ; tH, "J Jjg' "cl.md.pe nde n I y j ei.h,, of the conlinglncie, co!,. them. Wo have .ubmiltcd lo tfcis y oke long j on lh8 u bJc 1 "-jenj j lemplatcd in the second resolution, the Gov- enough. Every scoundrel orator at the North V""?'1 "u , eC' ., 8 '; .. i ernor be authorized and rrqjc.lcd (in. lead of . r i' tv-i i n . . .i. . n :ocal defeat of Ihe Wilmot Proviso in Ihe , . i- pratrs of Lr.ion. Why! Uecsuse that U-i , , , . ,., . . . f, , convening the Legislature,) to issue his pro . .i . c. t . .l.i Senate, and the trruwio-.ltiti of its di-teat in i , . 6 , . " , . mon enuree lo their benefit. To us-to the . r u clarnalion for the election of Drlegatea lo a South, lh Union is an incumbrance, absoib- lDB ,1,,u,e 01 epreeeniaiies. Convention, lo lake into consideration ing cur trade, capital and energies. The foci j As lo ihe District of Columbia, we learn, ibe Diode and measure of redivss, with pow is apparent in the relative condition i of ike , b gpcjcj,, jn Congress, by the National In-1 e to appoint Dclega'rs o a S iu:hern Cn two section. Massachusetts exporting no-i ...j i, u, .. ,i .k... ' veniinn and to adopt such nn'aires as Ibe n proamnion t. fork ii..-, J I "- t eti-i may d..ud. Taa suU Da!eg;.lr. lo and unhappily authenticated, suipa.s all be-1 fr (he appointment of de'ryatre U Ihe Nssh i:J U. ... uril (V.ittr;.i.fktl tie OU. I . IO. ..:. L . L.-.1J A... Vt.... IIIS II.BIIH-. - jllOV VVn TW.Il JO.l, III UM IITID I'll . I1W . w ...W.,- endurab'e, his debauchery wi'h wc men o : rfy in J Jne rwxt. The ve e, we le.ra, was gross and cnntinurius that the serf ants tn the !el(her unsisiiai.us, or approachirg to unani holel arc scamlalii-d. In coming across the I The democratic dele-als for Ihs ' frontier he swore and q jane'.kd iih ll.e po-1 at laigx, it is understood, wi I be M is the most prosperous State io the Union 'S ' uuemion io aucn.pi "i ''" t , cbitU,n ,y tcb eU , , ,,t Ikd who demanded his oissport, and attract ed a gfral crowd, arid, cfter long abuse, flung the pM al last in the i.flicer's fice. Me "vs soim.ane in his hold, with delirium tremens, thai he thought himaelf pursued by ti-mil fiom he l. and persecuted by women whom he saw in the s'ove and everywhere about the room. The figures in the pictures on lh walls, he insisted moved about and mothed him. li t opt ned his w inflows and eatled in a crowd of pertona to ait him in driving j out imaginary women; a.ii was one day la H. McAllister, K-q., of Savannah, sad ex- G.ivcrnor McDonald, of Cobb County, lbs Whig de'cgies w ll be Judge Law, of S.. vaaiab, si-l Judge Dougherty, of Cla:k wilb aUsrn.ilos for each. " Vrn up for dead, so far Lad his diatasa pro- !w r eU-ctian t L - 1" sswy-etmnJias wWi North Ctrolina, with forests which hi with strv. . Clsn Ki, ai-i:urtflng io its itpremninriun in ibe I jdor inesni'.'HC inflje clouds, and produripg rice, cotton, tisval . .., ,, , .l-V...V F.nr House of Delegates, and lo rrceive the same s - 1 .i.rl in akinsl a at a r v x ' ' ! s as rv i mtlMarm n at mnmrtrs i .1 I n a- I I I J tsii'4 if i il w was saivi.sws.sei wi iii v biivi ni y I Assembly. "The Smote trill not agree 10 the IViaof' 5. Re$vhtd, That regirdinL'ilieCor.vrfntion Provino. Events last nihl snd to-day, (nit proposed lo Ih) held at Nashville, on Ihe first in public session,) make that a certain mailer. ; Monday in June next, as intended lo enable; II" the North is true and Calm, Calilornta cat the penp.e ol the South to take couo.-il to t admitted." j gether as lo the best and most efljctu-il means .., . , . , , , . f ' of resisting the a-'gresxnm of the North, of W.thauch sign. (say. the Observer,) of a erorcj ei:mRr. w ,hpir p,r, stores, tobacco, maize, and in short, every thing necoseary lo the comfort of man, is wretchedly poor ; her name derided. What is ihe secret of this 1 II is commercial rut ullage. We must be emancipated. Tlk of .laves escaping we are slsve ourselves hewers of wood and drawers of waler 'bonds men to a mntket despotism. If we tnu( have masters, we wou'd prefer a soldier w ith his sword at his side, to llie trafficker with a better feeling at the North wilh all the in- tfsetir constitutional obligation!, ami thereby We prefer a Cteiar to dictions justifying a hope of the abandon, of preserving the union of these Stales, now mentof the offensive measures which have ! " "nrhinenl penl, hy reason ol the course putsuea by ine non-siaveaoiuing Elates ana quill behind his ear But there is no necessity for choosing bo-1 tm Ihs Biliimora Set. THE MKSMKKISKD CIllLliBKN -S1NGU. Gt'LAH FtlEXOMENOM. We copied last wet k froai ihe CUarspnnf u i a. . ..r ,i... i I .'I U . I fc imini, mvww . ... ! " I iu4 Mr- Michael JoUfs, of thai place being la uuMa.jSkMMM.Mrfa. as. .f wu fljertee. Tbe rduor of Ihs The L,i.!alure of Ihe Stale of Indiana I Ihem, anil hat d.s. i.. ..,i u.-i, f, covered that ihey can be temporarily teller. "'" " r-- " -- - ed by whal lheii,.meriverermtbe revers- u-.arme, io n.Ke u. appropriate p ace in in- pilM(i. One of them has ba ciire! N-ilmiini Miinu'i.eiit at Wellington. It is . reivtl by this process, but two of litem air to bear the following inscription : etill eflifcted, aud one il is feared will die, at IV III iv i I1' have becoma paifvclly paraliasd, so as to prevent its welWmg. The father bas Ancu-sB.orfA.neif.-nsrAiaifoMd. ti b., c(fllM.!J u, (JeMtl oaeraiiou uoon bis Takii g ii in its Itrgest si-n-e ihe ene which, no doubl, il is intended lo convey- no e' ntiment cou'd el this time be more ap children, as il has impaired bia beaiib very much. . It kUl-cts bis uervous aynlem power fully, aud alllmugh only o)rating, occasion- the people of Indiana ; wbich, while it is irte, ....... n , tween two such bad allernativee. The South ; u,c" """ c"c"' w"' "- r" , icjr representatives in Congress, in ihe reedy, ai.d aillmg la manifrei ia evety law is fully able to take care of herself, and trill riolic in the Snuih lo meet tnrm nail way ! ca,effi piinlioii (and thai loo in iho nift ! fol wav. in ancoiilme lo the .S mih her j ist do it. Her population now is three limes as 0 rerq ,ij,h anv mea.ure which may throw usfrit nuly spin') of qiirslions involvin; Ihe 1 contlitu'iniial ntl.is, is r.eeilhele equally I ln9 large as ine wnoie pnpuiauon oi ine ihioh : .,;: ,clll j lI1B WIT 0f a comiileie re- P,,c,i ,r,e it.'iiu;ioiis anu te very existei.ee h'm inf uni wld ng in ti Ui te-minvio n to I ...... .1.- 1. Vl' u. a. ilk I " ' ' ' 1 '. f .1. .. U U.. ... . I . . :.. .1 1 . . , I' : 11 C J ...- T We tbiiik there should be a ie ouu.ncni omic, boh niruing i uiai!i u,e ci.r-na ai lutann. i'w.uiu was at the Revolution. We want no war with! !ays " Mr. Clay took occasion to exprrss his views in favor of a lefercncc, anJ of the ad mission of California. I may here state that hn mnA clear, a. he always docs, his plan of proceeding, lie wished to settie ell .: ...... ,r,n l.ar...A . l,u r ..,., t rv in rp. " . ' - - . ..... s uuea.ioos uruuni" wgiui. ." v.w.... j .. , COUC1 Irt'ion ' o iwnm iiiwio iiiuviu w ' ,. , r ' j r i . e .l " . ." " . . jl! lour Northern Brethrtn. but if it comes to a ""'" nbiec a of said Coiiven'mn. as above sol foi ih. untu-r. gard tos.everyanJ llie tern one-, an-n s , Chapuliepec will show ! pause in Ihe preparations for a Southern Con. i , General Assembly doth rrconmend to, mode ol cperattag was, alter trie auopnon in . . . . i ' , , I his Resolutions modifi"d as ihev mi-ht beMhe,r chances. The South can whip them.j venlion, the avowed purpose of which w, lo Ihe good people of Ibis comnionwea'th, lo, ,NlJiXA AXD rnK Wlt.MOT P.1CVt$0. bv Ihe Senate to send those requirin-r legisla- j alld do 11 lf 11 eomB 10 usue of I re,ii measures which il is evident Congress end deigales therein ; and that to this end, -IXSTKfCTIONS tL lo appropriate Committee!, to Inwrought " oS.llcrn Regiment tur tan. A-, i they holi primary meeiie in each ci-y. ,,Iiilf,, ,wos,h,o in Congress-Me. into Cilliu ileaupposed the California Bill '' ") P'f"00 cf " h' i j couiMy, and el, c.i.w di.t.ict, and appoint da- XVll)IPlmb ,M Bngbi-it a ,11 be se would notpa-s till after some two or three -houaand free end slaves governed Greece ; Moffi.town J.rWyM(,., in t,ic- ' 'f ' ; bv Ihe follow,, are i-airue-. 4" on the months, and that the o her bill, would be ma- & did thai by ihe splendor of gen.oa-fc.r , KMnmtut elte,s on slavery lo C,",'l,i"'"1 l !"ct ,he r,h f M, i Proviso" aubj-ct. A few .1., . bef.,r. ad- , . . f . ..: , ,.,, . , ,i,. orators, whose nimes now live, her gener.ils, ; mg Solon nobinsnu s leuers oh nasery, io ,., . lnj ,19 Dstrici Convention si con- ,i. r ... i... .A lured aud ready for ultimate act eu at ttie ... l .l r o . , . , " . I i.iurnin", Ihe following joint resi!ulion paswrl ' o.i,altharnrnr.hpr nhitnsr oh, ra HI hnSP i ki. M rlh.rn Itrl. hrrll hat IhU In USII1IT 'iliilvil aai.li . 01.I lw,i ni,i. a . J . eamelime." r,'"1 . 'w -.: i - - , -.......--....... ........ .... r........ o(h ,,,,,(-,, i,.,,.i.i,jr, and is douLI- u -- able remaras : ......... r ........ , ,..,. rr. v.. .u ....... uL.n i. .1.1 .i...:iv i pr priule. It eipres es ihe deep fre'ing of) ally, for a week r lea day. past, he has be- t.uirinna linen KfJn Mt. roow eenemeaiiy anu v'S""""') "P-: rh.i.imr. av.tnm of Ethics : herrestles.de! I trv.l whnshitll ha ilpi... . in it.e cai.l .h posed Ihe admission of California ahead of all 1 m0Cracy : aiming at the beautiful and thel " S don Robinson, a w riter of mucn merit, . fj(M)velj(in other measures, aud leaving ail other que.. ! trve. So of the South ; however iierior i puts a few questions lo his ' Northern IW.-1 n Ke,0!t!jt -I-,,,, fj Pernor of this lion, unsettled. Mr. Benton is ia favor of ' ..umber, the Spirit is amo,5s, ua. W. do Bhr; 1.1 h" 1 '.C"',y .?f ,, i not mean 10 t oppressea any longer. " c , v-..-. - . - - j ; resoiuiioii. 10 eacn 01 tne smilliern states o I have the cure in our own hands. We can answer correctly. m gieaieai inquiry is . L.iot a()(, (0 (;U(. Sjnllll,rt a(ld Rl its reception immediately, and iudcpendi cl all other measures. better spare the calicoes of New England,,' "at iat oljhci n so virmeniiy p(ios . MI3UUl,t. , Congress, Me eTMnv tvinro a vi TArnm And verv l?la uaII namPtll th an aha can nur a the cotton inu Southern alavery ?' We will tell him in a . quenlpeech in vindication 1 f his position ! and rice and naval stores of Ihe Siulh. We few word: They have no polar star longer in which eft".rt l.e was incited bv so:ne re. are all ready for the worst, or fas we would to gunte inem oui ot oimib. mark! of Mr. Foote, and others out of the j Senate, io regard to the allegiance which Senators from alavebolding S ales owed to the South. HeVas much excited, when he exclaimed that he knew no Sjuth (0 which he owed allegiance, and no sovereignty, ex cept the Union and the State cf Kentucky, w hich had a claim on his allegiance. As to any existing or contemplated Southern Con federacy, he knew nothing he hl not be long to it, and never would. lie gave Sen ators to understand that he wou'd hold ihem to terms of reciprocal courtesy, and thai he would resent remarks made on his course, aa a Southern man, no matter from whom they might come. He elated, prou Jly, that, fast niebt, he received Ihe Resolutions of tho Kentucky Legislature, cordially approv ing of hi. course, aud they were not prompt ed by him. In letter from the .ame correspondent, dated on the 1 0:h instant, he iys, "you will eee, in the papers, Iba able and impressive speech of Judge Butler, made yesterday, on the subject of the admission of California, and containing views in regard lo the question which agitates the country. lie produced a decided impression 00 the Senate. We are approaching tha crisis. 1 think we sball esfely pas. it. Tha splendid speecb of Mr. Clay foil of passion and chivalry made, the day before yesterday, is in every body's mouth, and has prefer) Ae belt. means T doned their old Jacksrmian principles, Ihcy -t eoue reduced tu flsh vary tiaucb. TbeSca tine! evysi , . . . ,,. " 1 1 was liu'y distressing to awe three sues ri'.sres ing and hwnlthy children ihus atrana ly aff-rtra'. Wrw-a free from the mesmeric i lijriice, ll.ey are very aoajsto, quel and m deal, whiie on the contrary, ba in ihe meric stain, lliy are fxiren.riy insolent awl rude to their pireiil. anJ alrwiigers. They Inks dclijjht in iiifl'cling unrrwrrcifol k!oi upon each o;br, and at limes alrike their ft ienl and visiters. ?' "They appear la delight to be aoVp, s they term it, during which lime thry laugS, dunce, run, aud alnve by every mesne, in I hi-it power la gel nut. Wa loi.k Ihe mwsiHeriC H i id nif of thnm prubsb'y eight er ten inns', which rn liied not oscsi-ding 10 lo 3) a Ci'ioU eacn lime. Any pursue cm relisvs ,1..... ..L. it.. . -u . A r.- . J.J ,L., Lnngre,, be maliucled. and our ReprenU.-j .i,.,. clh.rw,:f. 1 hit. in. icii.ii, p" . . ..an ...... .',. .... . now on il w.y lo Waahingion 1 " Bo it Ueaolved hy th' General A'-semblv of ihe Slate of indiara, Thai our S nators 111 exort ih'ir infl.ifnce, as lo have in'fed up'-n any law ihsl may bo pised for ihw nr- amzatir.n or the territory recently arquired (rom Mr-sico, a pruvisto'i forever excluding A MINT IN N KW YORK The Siandard, we rearet to see, is taking from such territory, alavery and iimilutitury Ua taiil.it.n N'w V.,.k I'.nn... in r-onrl. n. srrvilu le. ntherw ie ihitn in ihs Mm i h mn t 1. ift-nnfltfir incr ahiint like atiren without a ..... ... ......... I r . 1 t .1.. ...... t 1 If .hi. I,ae Jne.nn! .how a di.noai. I . " 1 ... ...I ... ' , mng Mr. n irtger lor having rleleaied IW U.ll i 01 crimes, wnereo. in. p.r.v .... 7 . " a , . . "'!" " j lo ecahlish a IJranch Mint in the Cilv r. t.on, even in our own Stale, lo dies..." Ihe j ,(,(, of oflice, they throw up the-r caps . x Ymk inia, m ilJII)B Union, then we do not know what language and shout 'down with Southern .lavery-eleal . )imaidi ouf flie)(d(,r le R ;,,. an(J 0b. j ihe negroai irom mer ma.ters .no ur.ng .nc... , f(jf ,,ieir .pprf,b.lion ,.f Mr. Hedyft'i -T'J "" " I course. In this case, it 1. obvious Mr. Had- cannot be done, comni'l the.e S iulhern ni . 1 .1. .1 . . r j 1 l" , ' 1 1 , , ! per .cted from ihe nirtates of wndom and h-ib, to set Ihem free, when I hey cai, run riot , fr U hak, )f ...d destroy the properly of the ',,iee, .nd i co(, (J jid f()f Meii re-enaci the enormities of Si. Domingo. If! Mf pok ,)f mnk Cui Bm(,olj such is not the precise langyage of , ftw of, Leuml (j,,,,, al)d of Hlli ,, , Stock Secured. The Wilmington Commercial, of ihe Sib instant .ays: "We learn, fiom a reliable ssurce thai the whole stock of 100 shares, at 910,000 each, prnjected at the Convention al Greertsbnrough, has been taken the re quisiie number of ersons having come for ward lo the rescue. ' All's well.'" WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS. The original manuscript of the farewell Address of the " Fatherr of his Country," was disposed of at public auction, at Phila- lira thoutand three hundred dullari. Tho Rev M. Boardman was the purchaser, for a gentleman at a distance. A reeolution hss been passed by Congress lo authorise the purchase of this important manuscript; but we presume it will now be loo late, without Ihe Govcrnmonl pays a hand some per cent. Why is Spesker Cobb', name like honey ! Because it cannot b made without ee(bb'! ) our rabid Northern Abolitionists, it is in ef fect their prtnciplet, and all Ihe harm we wish them is, ihtt the Southerners had ihe management of a few of them for a short lime. W'ill Mr. Robins in accept of this as an answer T f SETTLEMENT OF THE DIFFICULTY WITH ENGLAND. The Washington correspondent of the Bal timore Sun writes, that after a god doat of delpbia, on the 12th instant, for the sum ort negotiation, the Secretary of Sale and the British Minister have concluded, a treaty in regard to Nicaragua, the proposed ship canal, Mosquito, &c. Sic. questions which were re garded a. exceedingly critical a few month, .go. Mr. Bulwer, in behalf of England, has disavowed the .eizure of Tig re. Island by Mr. Cha'field, the British Charge to Nicara gua; and that Island therefore become, the property of the United States, by virture of Mr. Sruifr'e treaty ceding it. Mexico in that lofty capacity to exercise dictatorship over the gallant Scott .ml Tay lor. Tha Mint in Philadelphia, jut a step from N. York, i. .ufiicienl to answer nil the purposes of coining. It was well In defeat ihe oilier purposes, of incurring a heavy go vernment expense and creating an additional corps of i ffii'.e holder., for such an establish ment in New York. That city is already .linking under the mnsi of corruption which exudes from its swarms of office-holders. It would be wise and patriotic lo lessen, ra ther lhan increase their number.. And we cordially unite with thosa who commend Mr. Badger for the sound wisdom and palrioti.ru he bas manifes'cd in arresting tho bill in question. North Carolina will .ay to him, ' well done, Ibou good and faithful servant." Raleigh .V'or. Why i. a Prin'ing Oilice like the Penta teuch (five book, of Moses) f Because it a bounds in Typtt. convicted." They both, we believe, a. democrats, c knowledge the doctrine of " instruction." 1 Mr. I)ii(ht, though from a Tree Statu, is .aid to bo a slaveholder. ; runuc criMo.v in .Maryland. W'e feel corfi.lcnt that nnl fl tolitary in dividual in ISaliimnre, or in the State Maryland, con be found uvho will advocate a dimolniion of the I rnion and we fuel equally sure ll.ftt public feeling is a'htrtr to tinding Dclegatf to the Southern Convention, or lo any other meeting uherc the qucition of dit toloing the Unon may be diiruned. In Maryland it is not considered a debatable suhp'cl, so far ni we know public sentiment. If there be not a speedy srttllement of the dispute in Congress, we would advise that Public Meetings be called throughout Ihe country, lhal Ihe voice of the People may be heard in the halls of Congress. Balti more Clipper. GEORGIA F.I.ECTTON. Returns from all the Counties in lire Firs' Congressional District of Georgia, except two, give Jackson 1041; Fleminir 1003 mnjority for Jackson 30. The Counties lo be heard from Woyno and Ware, which it is supposed, will increase Jack ion's majority a few voice. avoid. Al tht lime cf uhIiUmi! this, whita has bean i'mut two hour. ine laet ereimn ihem, we foul a conaideah!a relaxation sf lb" nervi'U. system, together with pain, ia Ids head, arm., and extremities, which w alrm attribute, lo our having attracted tha nervuui fljid from them," " The children assert that a (K-dlaf, who W called ai their f tthar'a house, put them in th sirgular way in winch they have eince been f I'BIOUB TfACr. A curious foci iv mentioned in the Wennu;!) (Irish) Guardian in reference to D'. LaugV ley, who was cot. fined in jiil, and who fa .led for forty d..jf. Tbe reason for .hslsining Tas caused by a total lo! of appetite, nan sea, and a disinclination to eat. All the or gans of the body ceased lo pei form iheir func tions in tho animsl economy, wilh the excep tion of the heart and lungaf and il ie a curi ous coincidence, also, that during that tim the lose he sustained in weight was Ihres atones, less by Iwn pounds, making exactly loss of forty pounds, being one pound per dnjf for every day he fasted. . VT O the 20:h iilnitin, a protest, signed by a number nf VYhis and on. Ocro era', was presented in the House of Representa tives of Georgia, against tha action of lbs House in making ihe admission of Califor nia as a State" a ground for a call for a Sjulti crn Convention. ' Papers from tho city of Mexico asy thai of 4000 adventurer! front Sonora, who dur ing the pas! year had emigrated lu California the half had returned lo Iheir hemes one million of dollar., principal'; io gold.