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Mi. Mi'.V JrtUl'.M.U OM AM) ISSKI,AUMII.IV....Jiii;iimi!, I S.A.MK Tiicm..i, Mnrclt I, 1 S.SO. Ar.Tm5.lt IO. 'a LJHi.RTY AMI I 1rvon;ni'xMi. nv li it 1 1 n u H m t v a I ts riicMtxi'.o rritY rrcotr. at hctiup W ILL! A M T A V . vokt It V. J'tn iKt Onuimn ttmm A .tea. leTA THK HINDOO COIL'S SOXfl. .".AT t fWl m,mt haettttd lark. A.l-t lb ittkbtM liJr, Rf left!) Vi III" wlff i dark 7 be dm! tlli W flWr, I'kxt u thy ftW U tmfitu, ,Wi)ir; flewer reieW, Tht Jrmiiif of mf lniy keen. The tape 017 pu-il fU. t Qett , thy ihii.rfcg taarp, Tw llht f lev h lh- If brwcatb tbe water deanf. That Jot eitfit dopef. ilualua, WtUi Utt muriiiiht dost. The laerad Ijt4lwwi u'r 1 Ah, in kiod iiH juard i-vy tatA, 1'or it bai ;inJ th rftui. .11 i s c 1 1 a 11 y in: is no amiaiii.i:. CoTi..sTr. r 1 tbo tain-man of lisppiners, the fc!l wbirb uork more womlerf than all tbo 011- cliJiiiu-.orit i f H the niagiciau of Arabian Cclien. Ho happy n illuatraiiwt of tlw oBt8 of Uii virtue u iffunloil in the fullouing httl ttarrnlivn, nrnl the touching refleetinn aiUIng wit of it, that cau- n')l refrain fn.ta incorjiotatini; it into nor eolumrw. ,. V. Mirror. "A baaotifnl gill, gay, lively, anil Hgrooablir, b ii!!o1 to a man f a cluitHiy figure, coarao fea tiirea, anJ a Htiipul luuhing phyaiognomy. A kind fiicuiitiil to bur one day 'Iy dtar Julb. liow tan.ij y ju to insrry that nwii V "Tlie ii'icetmn in a natural one. My husband, 1 rouf3, l not graceful 111 hi appearance, nor at tractn a 111 hi converantum. lint bo in tu amiable. Ar,J n:fVr. hltboiigli Icaafaaciiiatingthan beauty or mt, Mill pIcBie njually at least, and in certainly morn durable. We ofiun weobjecta, which appnar. rcpuUuo at fjrt, but if o ei-o theni ewry day, w beconm tccuttiuiiid to them, and at length not only view them withmii averbttm, but with fooling of attachment. Tbo iinproarion which goiuliioae mal.e on tho heart . gradual; but it rurnaitia fur ever. l.iatcn. and 1 will toll you how I came U mtrry my huij.and. "I wae rjuito yiung when l.c i-j mtroduceil for the firat tl'i'o '''" 1,10 ,,ou,c ol ,n' l,a,t',l,s- "" wo awkward in hu rnannur, uncoutli in bis appear nnco and my com; anion ued often to ridiculo him, and I confem 1 a freijuentl;; tomptod to join ttiem, but waa rcetnunodby my mother, who ufiod to tny to me hi a low voice, 'lie i o amiable 1' and thou it occurred to me '.hat ho wna always kind and obliging ; and whenever our vilUger uufcmbled i..lKir nL our fute mid dance, ho v.a nlways at . . . . e .1 I,,,.,,. nl.,l u-ru tho d.npoMl of the .mtro.. ;.r tbo ho..r, ... . nn.fu.e in hiiBttcntioin to those ahoao age or ug- lmuis cioml them to bo noglcctcd. Others laugh- c I at hm bingo'arity in Una rcp-et, uui 1 wnmper ed to myclf, 'Ho is bo amiable.' One rooming my mother ralkd mo to her bou doir, and told m that the joung man who ii now my huaband. hJ made application for my hand. I waa not urpned at tins, for I already suapectcd that he rrgarded mo with an eye of nlTuctinii. I a now placed 111 a dileninm, and hardly knew bow to act. When I recollected bis ill-favored look and hu awkwardoeaK. 1 va on tl"1 l"'' of eaying, 0 will not wed bun,' nod 1 blukhed for linn, which i.a atroug proof thai I even thi n felt interested in him; but when I recallod t.'.o many cwollont trait in hi.- cl.arai tcr, and dwelt on b benevolent and sol action, 1 dimnlfcd tho idea ol bauwhing him from my prvaeuce. I could not reolvc to aflhet him, and I whltpcreil to inytolf, 'He is o amiable.' "Ilecontimied to viail me, encouraged by my pat ,...1. nnt rlirere.1 bv rnv amiloa. My other admirers. one by otic, lrt me, but 1 did not regret their nb- 1 pnre ... .1-. . ..,iui.l 1.1 m In r.irrr tho bsmo 1 rcRcairu-i'vwivr.i . ao oiieii, meaning as, 'he i ao handsome. I loved him, and totV him my hu.band. rsince men 1 im mi . rnlybcen rengned to my falo, but happy. My, h'jband le me deiotedly, and liow ran I help lvina bun ? ; i'bero u aonielbing eio-injly touching In thu love winch beauty entertain for goodnee. and there u no longer a doubt that aome women love froui a fee'ing of bnevolnce, or tonder compaaiion, j rr-nulatcd bv'tcaaon. Such an aBectlon will know j -t, . - . , , . ... , . 11 hit a tirin uasis. anu win eumim 1 through life " ! A KAtr. cnistT. ran ti: oir.u. A geatlwisn. y. theN.wburvport IUrald, h.a Ii.ikW ug the , .V v.- 1... ,,.ir ..Svi! r..ttnrinn tMtar uhieh he ha recoHllv roceivod from Ohio, and aa he tWnki ita pobKotin in our column will aid Vw inqulrta. wo cheerfully gi it a place. The author will petkop khaM hc for not ruppreaalog hi name : Wit 1 the letter ia well written, trl conttitM nothing wbtek la net booo ra tio, both to hu heart and hw J, we lwn thoog bt it be.t not to aoppretf his n. Wcllingtoo, Irain CewHy. Ohio. T0 Nov Uirj port. Man. Dr Sir 1 1 I'treeiva bv the luwnUe I'wWte . . . ..." .1. inrvn . &! tiaan Aa crv..rr. . -"";': - wale, in your towo; and of coerM you e nr!a that would make food wive, ana 1 aw Mi f, 1 .m rra old of MKldlitiC else; aotofene I am yeir uw, 01 ant 01 one 1 am j ' J j" f, ' of decent .ppe""" 5 S i"lun for iiack-etJiBian; out a god firm, with tejptwve- itw-jiIa auiBfienl lo auppert tUj; and lave geod crop of wUt on the (rutted. 1 sai 1 iia.a.t- w-. - : -i r h i .f I" 1 rfj ,u.turd man. ot a BO lus'"'"i I ai pay ad: wpe erfj r e,reco her tbankfully and uto her well, and lhank you, dear ir, a tbound timea bid; for , there o gill ta thi place, anJ boameai 1 eueh that I cannot letieto find one. Li-Tnea W Dai ' ArfilA ll'rttrm Manner. TUB STHA.VGIi.l'S Mtt AVJ! ; Olt Till: SHIP wkuok. It hi the rwr of AulMmn the rbtde of nighl had MMntM the earth - tbe chilly u mil of cold Noiomhor were wiMly howling. I hut niit rtd mrwHf r tho pertur, (ml we penning a fW i thought to n b-nt f-iend , htn la funaio J r-treng era etiletrd the room, au.I m;td ibenoMtUer ( I in an ppoite direction. They tat In penaho n- j I tt)co, which wm only now aim! then interrupted , by a deep drn aigh; tmch u Wren rod and brok-1 en heerts atler, when rorrow it too dep to be j exptiieeed. A tb.)t8nd conjecture were awak etwd i mr mind, n, to b e.f of their prief. j It U pcMible, thought I. they arc going to Mail 1 01a nrk and dying friftid or he bei-n dn?en by JKiU'ity and miffi'Mune, to teuk a roiling plaro, and a quiet hom in a land of Granger? ; and aie rtf king fur th lot oil uno lhy have leli behind or I tun- aro mourning tht lot of rowu doar relative - It may be a hUnd- brother -child. A I length " 1 I manured to auk the eaoac T their aauni'a ana , griif. Ah! I had coiijoctnred rightly. The big tear rolb I d.n th rlieirk of one uf them and aim waa a tcu!tt. Ve, the cnicl v. inda of 1 Iesv on, and the wave of Oolano had jiut made her nidi. Sho bad lived a tlit comiwiniun of her joy but n few short yeafa ihy wore happy jear?. lllnut i-tily with a i-mall portion of the conifurtfi of life, for tho aupport of bin family ho waa forced to tnko ''mployoient upon tba ten. Hu wae onu of XopluneV brategt tout ; ha deliyhtcd to ride upon thu mountain uavo, and emiled nt the florin. Hat now the heaven were gathering bhickiiotu il onuxit'ed gloom. Clomli ofileno dnrkuorii were rapidly hurled in (iit.'eient direction, nod the did mal roar of distant wind foretold an approaching etorrn. Hi proud ahlp waa on the wave her banner gai ly waving in the hrocM. Night eainomi the Inst night- the night of diwth. Tboetnrin raged with unabated fury. On an ialand half covered with water, the frail bark was (.haltered. That night tbo jMior mariner found a watery grave. Tho dead bodiex of tho crew were washed abborc, and do cently buried. Hut no tours of griaf were then; it vtai a ttratucr'.i grave. Tho little group of spectators that had gathered nround the grave, were indulging in cold conjecture who tho ttran ger might be. "Id ho a father ?" nays one; oh, Ins children ! "It he n husband V saya another ; oh, w ho will bear ilie fad tidings to lu.-i wife ! The lant turf was jin-t placed upon his tomb the com pany were about to turn nway, when a female, with rapid i!op, and anxioua louk, appruached the i-'pot. Tho aize, the drets, tbo features of the t-lrangcr were accurately iWcrihcd to bur ; it wan enough ; it reached bor heart the floods of team told that he was 11 liuabnnd. Tho grave was quickly opened. lliat H10 llllgtir ho lii.lnlge.l -villi (In) lanl look Ol III! th.it was dear to her on earth. ' Yea, it i, it in, my own dear husband," she exclaimed, and bank upon tho earth. .She had heard of tho wreck ; and through stor- 1 my winds, and a miry way, t-lie battened to tho shore. Sho fondly hoped to find hiig jet alive, j clinging to some broken fragment of the vcol, but , that hopo was vain. un, JC cruel iiiub; iiuw many Oh, yc cruel winds ! how many tears yo huvo j even, no a1, in vour dinnal ronr, met hitl:s 1 hear the ild cry, the I oxpiring groan of some loved one. whom ye no I making the sport of your cruel rngo and rolontlos ! f'ry- i Tho other tlranger was a mother, and had luit a noil in tho aaino wreck. They were coinmundod tn the God of tho widow, and bereaved mother, He w ill coon command tho earth and tlie fca to yield un their dead. Then those who (deep in Jo cus will wake and come forth. Tlioir kindred spirits will then be liberated ; then the long Ir.at child, ovor whom n thousand tua3 have rolled, eliail bo retiorcd. The luii-band and Hither shall again be greoted with tho aniile of immortal youth and ' nngelie affectum . There, no btorma will ever a . fiao; uo bleeding hearts there; no tear of uugtiteh will bedew the cheek of immortality there. Here I our fondcat hnpet aro blighted ; the felrougost t I offriendahip nro severed ; children are mailo or l phana, and wives made widows. Hut in that har ' bor is an elernil calm no Reparation there. Oh '. in that peaceful region may wo meet our kindred. Xrraui.u i;coEJty A wrrr. worth havimi Who cp. nitAT THia ? Mru Alico Hradley, in the town of I'erry, Gcunci'e county, has made butter and chee dormg the w-t year, for whieb ho has loceived -"fT 1 and had still an hand -It) pouudk Mid. wliolo uocc4 ver dornnl from t.vo cow; and during tin tiuio a lamily of leu pe. soim lutve rccoiiitd tbeir usual supply of milk, cj-c. from the aame cows. llutkalir Dun. lie tnxtni.t: tact. In tbo lal nuinber of Sil limin'a Journi. in a 11 article "Ou Currents in Wa ter," it i aafrted tbat if a tub orothur vnarol be filled with water, and a bole made near tlie niddl " . ac 'luiro a roUry motion from ot to bouth, or op- tMibod to tbe appareut inotiun of Ute tun; and if moan areot-od to produce au appewite motion, up on withdrawing those wean, the former direction will be reuwd. Tbia cannot be the utfect ot chance, but of natural la m i, CMtlaatly oppcra ling. Tmi: voici: nt TOHn. Tbe viiU worMofiod ipvaV la a wb caatmUDalmf cloUne. Ib iuo. tbat lauslata of life a hrl ul the vn.ilJ. tbat l ri;l.i tt4r uf U aratiM of Ijrx, aibmol in gfariuui mmjtj i tba ummw ituoiea; vrith a liwti Wrowtd (root T'T'J "" "-- 1 ' r.1 ."7. "",,uf V m.?.T. " . aaaui; lb sir pn Umh to all thing thai hi J wwwil.iilkiiM,i,,i,u.; uiouai ' " ,' oJ ' rtewail J of itaiwH; tbe lh .udth. daw dttim- w. wl 11. iht r..u dtb. daw dwwliaj; Im b, bod il. (rull)ollM(l rflh, Mftl( mwl w; ,h w j H. ih haiaia of Uh Maaai ll(n wbieti ajipaM4li the tn stout with a aanw rirat. , U,wfui rote- ltool..ithpiercirjnewreitzWaU JUmU,lktqUUitv'4MmmlmmnUifourii-iil4Utivi, ll lecillnctud Uul Nr. ' lh (fMlaaal wiO H. witani muoirrauia lauunMai; t -.J .heaeu-uu- - f the ,H,n f UnH ud . .!..!. f ...i.j v The tervantb of in !utry arc Irion n by their li v tt, i' ta al ay whole and wh'ieoiM'. JSext, look at the ragged elate of lasoeaa, tui then u .3 ter rtfl.r rr,ii!tr SiM-rch ! .Tir. V.m-, lajbe lluiw o( K'p'vwt'UtirM, J'urr X 00 the UluHm luliMiltoilti)- Mr. AJm In (ho Appetat (' mtniun' WOflirji ti IhM'itt affix Mr. .Vi mid, Mr. SpotkW.I tiv tmx-U te ny, hm what I i i, (win inill? (wt. awl hull w ri'.ftH in I'nrii. I 4i n.,i. oxrt, wr, llwit hl t)iruft..n umt tkt ery iinwrtant mat If wnald coihm up My. I v.ami)m miiUt irf ("turxltnn fnr tbix lieiiinii n amithrr 11 lid if I ohonM 1 mt b hi H rvtwrrd, r a ot nrMnno in my facia at I. ronld wiK, I li,fo 'l0. 7" Prdl,H "'' 1 wl" on,'"f ' lt ""I :ve, ,r",, j Mr. Speaker, thta i an Important q"mtton. The (kle ol'th preaidantiobal canvaan in, in (Kirt, made to depend upon it. It b been dirord during iIh juuoer in t'l the public prim m the country. It baa been diMMied cUetvliere flnca tho meeting of OMgrew, end the dicoioo I - - - 1 1. . kt-t.i . - : . - . . . : , 1 . . - t , i,, .11 , uitcuetiun 11111 isr naa ooaw ronnwieu oiuhiiuivi. I ay, tir, tho trueiie oftlm failure tifthe forti- firulion bill it not bttvrron the 9enntu of thu U. Htaloa ani( tho I .'note of R-;i'efn!atite. That iir, is net the iMie. I wv it, aad I will pror it ' from this journal, and from facta in addition tn thii . Jniirnat, that neither the Henate, nor the IIoum k ! rcaponalble Ibr tlie failnie of that bill. Tho gon llfirtnn rntist pardon mo, but as thn hhIiI unln David (pointing to Mr. (Jambrelenjf "thou art thr man Mr. Speaker, I feel no oxritement wliwi I make thifchnrge. I feel, pir, 110 persen.il ill will towards the gontlmimii frnm Now York, when I tnnkc this charge. I must tny that gentleman Ihh ever been cuurtiHiuir and even kind towards inc, and my feel ings towafds him are cartuinly or tho t-amederenp-tion. Hir, I respect him. Hut the ijtiction is up, and here is the plnco to ihi-rum it, rind hero it may be fairly make known that he was 0110 of tho cum initteo of ronlorciiCtJ on tho part of this llouw, on that memorable occasion; and ruinthcr mombor of that amo cominitlco is now in nnothor body. T'oui both ends of this cnpitol lot the ttuth, tho whole trutn, iitul nothing but the truth go out tn tho country. Lot us tell it gentlemen. I shall give this gentleman aj'air opportunity now to try 11 ml tell it. I sliull chnrgu him in part, ny, bir, uliriosl in whole with being lenpon&iblo for the fuil urn of that bill. I have fluirgiw too Mr Speaker, to make against others; and when the gentleman from N, Carolina, (Mr. Ilyiium) the oilier day was so particular as to llirow Mumbling-Mecka 1:1 the way of those who should bo inclined to forebtull the truth, he tnne'erod the issue. Holding them to the f'ictH hero llioy uro: On Tuesday, the IJJ of March. Ja3."i. tl.o .ihi Ulu'Ofll rko.OUO, eiititlud an act making appropriations for certain fortifinitionb, was concurred in see journal, page 009,1 80, 111cm- ' hers prebcnt, and tho voto being nys 100, noes ' 77. 1 beg gentlpDicn to nctc tho nunilicr ol mem bers then prcneiit, and voting w hen this umend ; mont was olluiod 180, 'J'he Senatu dihiigreed to this ainenduieut, and thu Ilon.-o refused to re I cede, by a vote ol'ayes 87, nues 110 107 mom- borri being then prteut, unl voting. On motion of Mi Camhroler.g, (I uso thu gcntlnnien'fl name as u member of tho last Congtcss, which, I pru sumo is in order,) the Houfc innitted on itb amend ment, and tho Senate was inadc acquainted thiiro witn. The Senate then roturnod a mct-sago that lhy ndhored to tluir diiagruincul. Mr Catnbor leug then moved Ihiil the Ilouto adhere; and on thy question that tho IIouq recede, tlie aye were 63, not 105 105 inoiiiberi then preterit. Tho House thenaakod 11 i.'onfereiire;niid Air Caiiiburleng of N. Y. Mr Lewis of Alabatia, and Mr Ilibbard, of Now Hampshire, woru Hp,iiiitcd a Coinuiittoo of Conference. Hero I regnet, tir, that tho ggn tleman from Alabama is aid, Mr Lewis is not here to te.tify; and 1 am ajjrry fur it. At this point 1 beg tlw IIiijko to ntuco the proceedings, as recorded i-n the journal. A number of enroll ed bills were then leported, .jud then numod.tttely pa.oisil thu Ciimbeilaud roai bill. And hers let men add that, boforo tho volt on the Cumberland rojd bill was taken Mr Gilmtr, of Georgia, rose in hu wtat ho gat near mo -toik out his watch, ami announcing that the hour of. twelve had arrived, departed trom the Hou.e. before Mr. Gilinerdid this, if I lecollect right, this fouunUKe of Confer ence had returned. Mr. Cawibreleng Mid thaltho vote on the Curn borlaod road bill waa taken tafure tho Committee of Conference left the ll..uw. Thev roniaifted to v.,u.; and Mr. Hubbard was present when Mr G.l- luer dwelmed oting.J ii. vv.u .,.....1.1 ii a 1 Ktranae laci.ll.on. that the gturtienian boul4 bv ' ul UII 1- o'clock before gi iug out 10 mcul lb Comoiittoeof tWorouc o 1 ihc art of tbe i-n!t. H iwuver be that a it may, I can tem,Mr tSpweker, that 1.. 10. (.., c.n.luUnd road bill was ultei 12 o'clock tt night. I can ten' Ml1 ' geriitewan hoe rwuio tea ChnrcbiU C. Cembreleug, iu the but Co nr. i recording a voting 011 that bill, afier 12 o'elocfe t mgbt. Mark that fact. I will show il. Another nin I will Mieiiti"" we, end I beg the Hou.e to note llt l l. " Sel leariley, hu vtel Ut bill idler 12 o'cloek that night. I beg tbe Hooae i leiwiuber thai fwt. Mr. IWctel explained. He " tf Uwt tie voted upn tkal bill, and U lb lent vi4e he gave. Heeold not uoderUlie to any whether the gentlouuo's uu peace indieaiud 12 o'cloei or not; but Mr. W d " ' H-1 ; linw. He rofsjaried lbt that we Uw I at vote be AW ,4-r. another .HMeUon bi pre eve MHiiad Im 1im1 vutui'. hecinee be wee tluw MlMbed thelihe boar ut 1- kd arrived. The I ..u4. lh,t ibe Cmuberlend road , fWHin" " '""'H 1 votej eponaitci l l' 1 .LZ not My it was Hot w, bt tnw m aU wy. tbl tn I , . . . , u.J Liuitf baWuv' tiaail2 j T "f. USZL JT.ii uip-ia hmh a.ltinii wv I a direr bit y of opiuiou should uM on a few mo mem uftinie. Tb- geoilerutii from Virgin a iiogbt pro.e that Mr H. 1 f J wur ur, ojI really hi mere Mir; w -i I ! Cj'1 "lib ih" fact Mr, Wlaa. I t ill put a ;flMtiiR to ttli pHiie in.111. Did Ihi twver vti loforp after 12 u'doct , al nlgtit m Hie hit night of the tii t ' .Mr. Hcari)ki MitJ lie lisj 110 ntullectlon of j hairiff cwr ilmio mi. Witt. Vll. I utat tb Bid, er 1 know ! th fact tbiit Mr. Oilmer of 0"vta dW. li ' lUt bill s atinwMirwl to tbn ILw, and It the flrt II..IWP Ike HnnHi bud tbat 12 oVInrtt had arriifd, takn bin wtic! f'unt hi kl and divlam it. I can prove it by n gnUrmti whti pciliipa ' tpru!lict ii, tltonjb I bare not nmveraml wlthbiiti n tl.o nbjict; h Iei4inf man on fiat bill. hnt liv 1110, and field ma down In a ni naturtd kind f manner, trom mnkHiv ny npoltlnn to tho bill, j II". perli. may o forgot ten K.b.t I roinomber ' it well. I intvtHlerf to rail th stii'iiimn of the , Hotifc to tbe faet that it waa aflcr 1" o'clock, ami . it struck me that wc were defunct. I Air Sp..akr, till U not all. T ft enrolled b.ll ' were sfterirnrd reported, and then Mr. Jarria, nf Maine, movotl l roaolution to adjourn on account j ot ih time of infills en pAge fili't of the Journal. t Tl.w ir, was nAor Mr. Gilmer had retirod, and ar 1 ter (he voto on the Comberleod road bill, for which .Mr )cardley voted. The Chrir mid, if the gentleman from Virginia roforred to member of tho lul Coiigreaa, who were iiieiobersof tho preaeut, It would bo cntirlo. 011s and proper to refer to tho Stuto from wbirii llioy oauio, Mr. Wise. I read from the Journals. Well, I beg the attention of the Houo to that fact, that Mr Jaivis.of Maine, moved a resolution to adjourn on account of tho timo of night,- theruhy directly calling tho attention of thnllimec lo the fact, that the suesiun had expired; tint the hour had come, und thtt we nno dead. Tlie riiMilutiou then came up, and upon n vole, thero u vs no iprouui of a aud deti, only I 'A members being preMnl. Still wc find Mr. Churchill U. Cainbrolelig btill oiing. The Chair again interpobtd, and snul if thu gon tinman read from the journal, .1 v hb proper to use the name of 11 iiiPinber ; but it not, it witi only in older to refer to the Stato from whence he caiuc. Mr. Wioc. Well, I will take the Speaker 1 course und not my own I will ic.ul from the journal. The previous question win moved, and on the question, "Shall tho mriiii qucoiiou he now iut 1" there wore found 111 in the allirmativp, and two in thu uogativo, being only 11'!, and no quo rum. Hero, Mr, I lind thu names of John Quincy Adams und Churchill C. Camhrelcng, both voting alter 1- o'clock at night, and aflcr they baid the Hotibu was defunct. Wlicro woru their cunaiuncos' Where Tlie Chair taid it wai not in order to indulge in pcronaIiiies, or to refer to tho motive of other monitors uf tho Houre. , ir u'l.n. wny, 1 lie gentleman bclure me (Mr Cnmberleiig) is continually tissuring me; t-ir, that ho duos tint object to it, und I hope tho Speaker will permit me tn proceed. The gentleman from Maiencliutelts ha.i taid, that gentleman refuse 1 I" voto uflur It! o'clock on ''cotibcieiitious scruples." f put the qucbtion, then,in a moro clnritablu plirane. Whore were thnir "Bcruplus?" Not only hut Mr Gilmer rutirod froci the House, but a resolution had buon oxprobsly oflered to adjourn, ussiguing as n reason that the hour had expired notice given before thin vote was taken. Air Speaker, where were gentlemen's "scruplou then 1 Then, tir, came a report from tho President of the U. Stateo, of bills rigned by him. Tim Pre sident nt this time was in the Speaker's room. I know the fact, thai after 12 o'clock tho l'rosiilent was is the Speaker's ro in signing bill, and that bills signed by hiui did not cornu in until al'ior Mr. Gilmer had rutireJ, and aflcr Mr. Jari had oll'er cil his resolution. The Choir stated '0 tho gcnlleni11, tint by tho !uw by which the procofdings of that Hoiuo had tlways been govarned, no geiitlumau addreui'ig the (har could mention a mouihcr by name, but miibt deslgnatn him by hi State; arid tho gentle man uai. rut in order to do so, utiles he was read ing from the journal, Mr. '.Vise. Vi'bat name, tir 1 The Chair. The name uf Mr. Jams. Mr, Vie. I am rending from tint Journal. The Chair tnid he' did not to understand tho gentleman. Mr. Wis.'. Why those members wore dead )at aeiklon of Congre. Tho Chair aaid be had made tho Wggoalion to to tho gentleman, nun it waa for tho Houtu to eri mit it ur not. Mr. Morcer wid, il" his colloeguo rcfi-noil to members of the last Cuug rets, he mut, of nucuesl ty, me Ihrir n.nif, firi lie could 1)01 Ottterwite U(- iiLrite whom hc moant. ' Mr. Win. 1 ciuim tae riant to 110 k., ami 1 ; protest oguint the interruption of the Speaker. No getitlenian can proceed with a train of thought ,n,B is routinoally interrupted, j Tim Chair aaid he liad no intention of interrupt' I tho irputleinan from Viririuia. The "erilleinun rnuat be owmo that the ruli-a were a jwpoiative on the nreeidjns officer of the H-ue to enfurco ordr, a on lie member. Mr, Wile I will thfii pneed. I ay thun eew a report ofbtli aigned b)'tb l'reaid.-nt.eftur Mr. Gilmer had left hi wwt, and nf er the rolu. ti.mto aalvMifii.on account of the epiftion of the boor, had been ntfercd, ao tbet the Hon bed 10 ceived double notice. A motion w then again nd by Mr Jarvis ofWeioe, to adjuttfii, anal, lu etcidioe the queniMMi by ye and iy, Saweul herdalv of lb iel tuagioa. dwlmed voting then f a the ttrl t.ne. I Iw name w a peec pr, odtlvea w re IS, najr. IU3. "'. Ilietait lUmtv of lUoreaentaUvee, vwting m tbe Jirtnatiao. nftair thu pteewu aiwouneemool, that 12 o'clwk hd tm.ted, by twoHtpeniie retu!nn. to boWi,: and Choreh.ll C. CdiHherkiHg voimg m tlie in I ; lwo p urii, tbe negative against aaj.Mirnuiem. -vii mis wwr - ..... a tt all -n sepetate reo't-o nae doom oaensu iu aa 1 ai-jiiw that tbe lnr bad expired, and after ll wa iwwii seot fur tbe ue rea.m. ,ajw, ir, geminuian mi aiM teelB-WlVev irotu VUIlue ill 100 uwiioa- , Trl hut I am a. an otter lo. lo ace ' ' - . . . c . ., vthat "coneeKntioti tcritpi voiiur iu i!. if '4iive, after tbo can justify Ihoir H.UI.r! Ill, lillfHf aw a"lpJieaidm-Jg' a'''-,''"X,ioa 11. c .......... 1 .n ir.ti ilifjueii -nb'e m vt tu4tr. Mr Bp" .U I fc7i-n i, , .... - - m ' .e wi. e v rd ri that the o . ti-' ' be k", rvwi to tlie p. tmitiff aye, to tbc ctdiii of tb t and the dutttnc uf tbu Sif, ftor thta teiolntmii to a "jnnrn failed for unlit i.f a anurnm t William. f.i l.ilr.-n,. ,H ... - . H , ,, , .... a,,,,,, .voi t wijiirii.iii4.uu . n fopnrt from a emnaill'ce, wbtcli vb rcsil.attd the Spoalsr la'd Iwfbro the llmiae virion coniiiiuril t cnttww from tbo Dejwr'mctit.wbirli were receUed, and the I'oatrmatera Rim-'ial' letter read In part, ; and all orclm-d to be printed, livery apeele nf j ltilaiive fonetiim wa irfnnned. Kvrry ono j totiiij;. Tbo SHMikr uttiuif there, tho llounn ' liiiiinjf here, tiftur tbo,twn rcliiton had been of feid aaij;iiin(; a eaon (or adjourning, that the hour budetpimd. Nor ia thta all, .Mr Whitn of Honda, Inid an net of tlie legMatlto bmly of that Territory brfi.ro tle llouno which wald on the table, and then ram a mefo from tt 0 Son ato, which waa tMd, to notify tho Huueo that Iho "nato, wcro waiting, A. That waa aa much as toeay to the ilouec, we do not want this hill to fill, and we call upon you to vote; wo nak yuu lo mvo the intercut df the eoiiniry, an far aa it re. gnrda thi hill. I now bog tho attention of tho llnuae to tin pari of the journal. A rnenago wa received from the Senate by Mr Lowrio, their See rotary, an follow; ".Mr Spenkor, I am dlr'Ktcd to bring to this llnuo a resolution aa followrt "Ilrvlml, That a moaeago bo aunt to Ilia lion arable the I louw of Hefireeiitatiic, reapectfully 10 m 01 i) ilm llunun ol the report nftliti Commit tie ef Conferi 'iico appointed tin tho diangrcoing votes of tho two Hnuses on the amendment of tho Senate t tho hill reicrliiig the furlificilluna of the U S." "This resolution having been rent, Iho Secreta ry wrihdrow, and Mr. Cambrelniig, Chnlrmm of the Committee of ('onfereiico on thu part of tho Hume, thou row and htnte.l that ho declined to moke a report. Now, sir, mark the two reaonp, and compare them with the Qcteon the journals "on the ground thut fiom tho voto granting com punction to the Hon. Hubert P. Letcher," ho fnm the timo limn, antecedent to his voles on other sub ject, "on the L'tound that it wag pucortained that a qoroum was nut prini'iii,' Why, sir, were not a puaruiu precont Tint i wliat I wish to coma to. Up tn n givou mark, up to a given lino, to n particular point, yuu can traco it; see from pago 171 to page 193 of the journal. Why woro not a quorum present ! Wero nininhcr nut hero 1 Sir, were they not standing in ovory direction about thu cluii f, mid behind tho pillars 1 Were thcru not two morn members present when tho 118 voted? Wo wanted but three more to mako a qiiroum. Were there not two gentleman hern, 0110 sitting before nic, who oxciircd himself from voting, and another who rcfu-od to vote ? Sir, were there not twenty here, wliu liuold votu aa riratiioslanccK happonod to .riM Now, thij it thu truth. They were horn and llioy would not vote. Who wore they 1 I will not bo inudious, but read the journal fur your i"df, fir. Lonl; nt the tininef. It waa not this IIoiiso that was to blame. Wo worn leady, aye, a uinjoiity woio ready, ro pubs that bill. The House of llepresentativcs did its duty in ull reaped tho laat uigiii m inc session, nnme, it is true, woru blcepy, Rome were I beg pardon, I whs about to say, some wero drunk, but drunk or nober, they weio ready tn vnle.iind ready to par. that bill, but 1 Iicj Chairman oftlm Comiuilteii uf Cuufcrccs would not vote, because their was no qoroum. Now how did ho know thero was 110 quorum without a call of tho HllllbO 1 Mr, Camberlcng. I knew it, Mr. Wii. Yes, I know you knew it, hut liow did you know it. Where -.voio thoso who wero ordered to he liyfcf mi thai orcaaiori? Louk at the gentleman's other reason. It la "on the ground thtil thu coiutitutionnl term for which the i Inure was choaon had oxnired" ; and yet Im mediately folliiA'liig this, thero is tho namo of Churchill C. Cainbruleng voting in tho House; even after ho had aixigned iliis reason, that thu 01 utoucc of the HniiMi wn at un end. Sir, I can not uiidnrsland this. Tho gcntlomun cannot ox plain this. Mr Cam a relent'. Y I will. .Mr Wine. You will attempt it, but ton cannot oxplaiu ll. Well, Mr, a motion then madu to adjourn, and tlie fullowtng U the vote, ayes !.5,unca 111 voting, and null no quorum. Among tho Jiat of negative, on the very I ul night, lit thu fag end of all the vole, h found the naiiio of John Quincy Adam. Mr AdLma,begged leave lo explain. Tho gen-llom-in bun referred In his loles. Now, Mr A. aiid, hu did atay in tho House, and voto upon eve ry question till the lnet. Ho voted under thn hu prepeiou, 11 s be thought, l.c had eullicicntly explain ed that moronic, that iho power of Coligroba, con liuuml, under tho Conslitulioii, till noun uf tho 4th of .March. He did not concur with lhoe gentle men who would net voto itftcr 12 o'clock that night. He would havo staid and voted till noon, tf tbo Ilouto had so desired it, Theieforo the gen-lleoi-jii would find In name upon every voto of the mgbt uf the 2d of March, up to the very last voto takn. Mr Ve. So I understood the gentleman, and I albo uiiJurfl.iod him then to debalo tho question with My colleague as to tho hour, and lo entertain tint tathe opinion now a he did then, and yet tbo gentleman wa found voting agsinat adjournment mid nut for ll, although he beliovud tho cooittlu tiooal iixuteirce of the H 011.11 had cced. Mr Mercer saiJ hia colleague had totally miaap 1 plenenalca in genneinan irom .-ijaisacriuacu. (air M. titeu 111 nub.nuce repeated Mr Adam's cxplana. ) Mr Wie. Then I have uiiiiiidirtood the gen tleman. I thought h had argued all lUy to day that the IIoum wa dtfuncl at 12 o'clock that nrght. Tho (liaiaHCtt uf the geiitlcuuu's scat pre tented my hearing laui diitiuctly. Glad I am to know il I tbu reore, for the gentleman' opinion 1 one I regard biyM) on Mich qufation. Hut atr, lucre u anuther naioe that iniiat not be forgotten by the tide :i.u loMormg name of ffie gentleuwn from Maicbiibtt. '1'hat turtw roads Cfaurcbili C. Ceinhreleng. Hot te ll.u all, air. JJr Praocis O. J. -iMrUli U.en moved a rue, sage to the Senate, to iwtiry thai b-nly that tllo had eonmleted all Ita busine. AHer he Kenato had ent notire 10 bring to our notice the foruficaiivn bill, and t bg u lo tel upon 11, Mr, f'nnei O. J. Hmilli. one of the icu fmlbful 10 thi . ,, . . , - , . , , Is:' m.Td rnei-j rM'w "