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THE RUTLAND WEEKLY HERALD: THURSDAY JULY 11, 1861. THURSDAY MORNING, JULY 11. THE COURIER AND THE CALL FOR A COUNTY CONVENTION. The editor 01 the Courier, whose fertile imagination is at times wonderfully prolific, and in this instance particularly so, has re cently discovered a " mares-nest" among the deiogs of that villainous " little clique of Rut land politicians" he has so long been watch watching ; and feeling it a christian duty which he owes to the freemen of the County, in his last week's paper he devoted nearly a col umn cf va luable space, and any amount of wear aDd tear of brains, in exposing the ras cally transaction. We cut from the article the following ex tracts, being that portionwhich more particu larly refers to us, and to which we only pro pose to reply : TVif nfltno holders of the It?nublican party in this town have had a special meet ing, and, as usual, in order to dictate to their party in the rest of -the County, they have issued a call for a Republican County Con vention, to be holden at Rutland on the lGih of Jul', and, with brazen impudence, have signed the call, " By order of the County Committee '' Now, in order that the rascality of this movement may be exposed, we assure our readers that the Rutland Herald has never had any authority whatever from the Republican County Committee for calling a County Convention at Rutland on the 16th instant." " As a matter of course, the Daily Herald will deny these thinjrs, and as everybody writes its editorials, nobody is responsible for its assertions. The Republican County Com mittee, we asser have made no ca'l for a County Convention : neither have they au thorized any one else to do so." The editgr of the Courier well knew that the Daily Herald would deny these charges, because Le knew they were made without any toundation, and were tot .:.-;: As tar as our knowledge extend?, no meeting of any kind whatever, either special, public, or privat; ,-bas been been held by any portion four citizens for the purpose of considering t!.'. matter, and no call has been issued by them for a Count)- Convention to be held on the Uth of Juh ,or at 'any other time. Tre. onlv call we have published was sent us bv a member of the County Committee trom Brandon," and published, at his request, in the Herald, and that too without the knowledge of a single person in Rutland, outside of our office. So mnch for the facts in the case.. We might also add that the call, in its terms ar.d spirit.we believe does not fully ac cord with the views of a large portion of the Republicans of Rutland" and Rutland Co , Not that they would wish to obliterate party lines merely lor the purpose of forming mong rel coalition with those whose only object i to tret a chance at the offices, but. in view ot the present exigencies of national affairs, to throw open the doors of the Conve ntion sufficiently wide.to admit all, without re referer.ee to paity who feel to sustain the pol icv of the present Administration in crushing r out treason and rebellion. And we feel con fident that, in that event, the Republicans would be suf ficiently magnanimous to allow other parties a fair representation' upon the ticket. The question of a Mass Convention up on the basis above indicated is already oceupy it2 the public mind to some extent, and we publish in another column a communication upon the subject, to which we would invite at ten tion. The object, of course, is not that we shall have two tickets in the field, but that some means may be devised to change the character of the Convention already called to a Mass Convention, similar in its nature to the recent State Convention held at Mont pelier. The time is short for action, but we trust that such means will be taken as shall affect the object: and tor this purpose we would in vite suggestions and expressions cf opinion upon this subject through the columns of the Herald. In these times of treason and rebellion it is of more importance that the people should be united.than it is who are to hold the Coun ty offices. And therefore all the interest that is felt in the matter is that the effices shall be filled by men who are competent, faithfull and honest, and plenty of these can be found in both parties. Hence the Courier's attempt to get up an excitement and create a division anion; the f reemen of the County under the cry of dictation from this fancied " clique in Rutland" illy accords with its ed itor's late oft-repeated " No Party" preten sions, and we believe the attempt will, as has nnny other similaiv ones of his, prove abortive, and or.ly recoil upon him. Tde Fourth seems to have been very gtncrally celebrated in this State, and espe cially in Rutland county. Spirited celebra tions were had at Brandon, Wallingford, Castleton, and Fairhaven. Our information in regard to these celebrations is as yet too rueane for us to aive many particulars ; but C3 w according to the little we have learned of them, they were all very creditable and suc cessful and especially that at Brandon, where the display of the Military and Fire men is said to have been particularly fine. A Washington dispatch states that there is fiu'ite an animated contest for the clerk ship in the Senate, and that Gen. Clarke, of this State, formerly of the Burlington Times eems to have the inside track. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. We give to our readers in to-days's issue the President's Message to the extra session of Congress, and we hope that it will receive that attention which it well deserves. We have no comments to make upon this Message in regard to its distinct points, for this is unnecessary. It is not so lengthy as to discourage its reading in full; its language is too plain to be misunderstood, and the senti ment of the document, and the purposes of the writer are too plainly set forth to render "comment" necessary on our part. We doubt if there was ever a State paper from the Executive head of the nation more earnestly looked for or more anxiously await ed than was this Message of President Lin coln. It was not merely that treachery and treason was abroad in the land ; it was not solely the fact that an organized band of con spirators had, at the head of a large army of deluded followers, entered the field with a view to the overthrow of the government ; nor was it that any apprehension was lelt as to the power of the government to put down this insurrection, that gave to the people this earnest desire to get the views of the Presi dent and Cabinet with reference to the cri sis now upon us. But it had been stated and a certain coloring had been given to the report calculated to give it credence in certain quarters that on the meeting of the present Congress a new attempt at compromise would be entered upon, and it was even intimated that a portion of the Cabinet if not the President would be willing to stay proceed ings for a time in order that an attempt might be made to patch up a temporary peace with the traitors now in arms against the govern ment. These vaiue statements, though made without authority, or any understood reason, and thouh fullv believed in bv none, find f i only partially heeded by any, had neverthe less served to cast a sha low over the immedi- J ate coming action of the government, many j felt an uncertainty, and all felt an anxietv to know precisely the facts in the matter. . The Message of President Lincoln is well calculated to relieve all anxiety and dispel I all doubts as to the course which he deems it ; proper to take in crushing out this rebellion, j and we feel sure that it will arouse the heart j and nerve the arm of every loyal man to a renewed energy in the present conflict, and I inspire a deeper devo ion to the " Constitu- ; tion. laws," and to the upholding and main- i tenance cf the government. This message is indeed a patriotic and noble document. Strong and earnest in its j tone dignified in its temper co:r.p?ctin arl ! gument and plain in its lauguage it is worthy of the President of a free people, and j we again express the hope that it may be. read t by every one, and that its reasonings- and ar ; guments may be duly considered- 1- or the Hera'd. i PRESIDENT LINCOLN AND THE j MESSAGE. j We cannot too much admire the calm self- J possession, and cool determination, with which i the President has thus far met the grave re- sponsibilities of his office. Called as he was to the head of the Government, under the most trying circumstances, he has brought to the task a heart comprehending the difficul ties of the position, and a perseverence and determination to surmount them. He has moved forward, turning neither to the light hand nor to the left : but thus far has dis charged the duties of his olHce faithfully and fearlessly, trusting to the country to uphold him. Nor has '.e trusted in vain. In his Inaugural ho laid down the line of policy he intended to pursue, and be has more thn f ulfilled the expectations of the patiiotie heart of the people. Therein, blushing aside all formalities, he announced his purpose to ex ecute the laws, ami earnestly has he endeav ored to fulfill the pledge. We speak not of this in any partisan view or purpose. lie has had one single aim, and that has been before him, all the- way along, viz : The up holding of the Constitution, the execution of the laws, and the preservation of the Union, and in this purpose he will have the co-op-eration of all good men. He has had it. In his recent Message these characterises stand out in bold relief. There are no super fluous words in it. " It gushes out from the earnest heart of the author, and goes straight to the heart of the patriotic millions." In plain and simple terms he reviews ilie past, and in earnest energetic words announces Lis determination for the fulurc. That is to use the wlolo power of the Government in crush ing out the rebellion. He clears up many things in regard to Fort Sumter, which have thus far been dark to us. lie informs the country ol his own doings, and justifies his acts before the people. He plainly recom mends a given line of policy, and we now have no doubts as to the intention of the Federal Government. On the whole, the Message though not a literary production, speaks to the great mass of the people in the language of common people, such as they un derstand and appreciate, lie has struck the key note, and the chord of patriotism in the hearts of the people, we are sure will hear tily respond. While some portions of the Message are blunt, pi.hy, other parts are logical and even eloquent. It resembles the public papers of Washington, in its brevity, perspicuity, and directness. It is a model State paper. All we have to do is to follow the line of policy thus marked out, and the Union, the Constitution and the laws will then be vindi cated and maintained. Let us do it. P. P. FROM CAMP HALL. The following is a! portion of a private let ter from a Pittsford volunteer, a member of the 9th New Yoik Regiment : Camp Hall, Maryland, ) June 25, 18G1 You will see by) the heading of this that we have moved smce I last wrote to you. We are now encamped on the banks. of the Potomac, forty-four miles from Washington, and fifteen fiom Harper's Ferry. We have been encamped here! four days, and I cannot say how much longed we shall remain, as we high privates are nojt let into State secrets, such as our destination, &c. Oar Regiment is stretched along (he river for eighteeifmiles, and is employed in scouting, as it constitutes the advance guard of Col. Stone's brigade. The matter is managed thus : A company starts out iu the morning taking with them one days rations, wlich consists of hard bread and bacon ; it proctled3 to some post on the river when it establishes head-q carters for the day: the men are then sent out each way to watch the river and an est anv person found crossing, but t-e have strict orders not to fire upon any one, unless first fired upon I uy mem. j.u enemy nave tceir pieKei gu.ira stationed just on tin opposite side ol'the liver, and they no doubt 1 ave received o dels sim ilar to ours, as they do not atte'npt to fire upori us, but content themselves in s .ndirg across language in no way justified by any rule laid tlown in Webster. Tliei poorly armed, come ol 1 stvle Hint lock i i i -.i .i lieing provided with the i musket, others have not ! even those, but carrfy old swords and pistols I suppose however they, like us, depend fr success upon tlie rig hteousness of their cause, and think it usele-H to use more ellective ( weapons than these lou would tie surprised to kno -v the ieeli-tg .Mr. S -evens tio.TiiriteJ G. A. Grow, aod a i with which we are regarded by the. p;op!e in ballot was then taken, resa'ting in no choice, this vicinity, and jto hear them talk of the Mr. F. P. B! lir then withdrew his mm: as a treatment they expected to receive from us on . candidate and another ballot ws taken, result- ' our juiirch throujh the conntry. 1 was talk- T" a, f !ro'v- -. Who'c number of votes cnt ing yesterday w, u a inan who live- on- ! I-'J- Grow had 93, Mr. Iliair 1 1, Ur. Crit tle kank of tile river not far from our earn r ! t'tnden 12. remain fer sfatterin. Mr. G-o-.vw h ; Saul he. when I heard that your r-irim-nt wascomino thro' lu re, 1 expected to receive almost brutal Ueatment,. I sup;iosed that my slaves would b-- lib -rnteii, mv Ii iil iin.' burn ed, and my roifetfty geuera'.iy d-s: ro'-v.!.' I fia 1 that this ik the pr.-vailitt imptfs-i-n with M'2-trd to lis j thnjti.'bo it thi-i : i'litv. W e are however, jnakin.r Unio-i tueti i-verv ilay, and I lhink, if we were oi.lv j) tn". d tocrovs1 the river: vie. could mk- soni ; con verts on the other -jide, but irr!n;s nor mi so mild a manner, a- they might ro i-.i t.r t ;i cal demonstration With ptuvder and I'tl!, To eonjvince them ot our desire for fi i.-ndlv rela tions and for their refonnvion. fliin'-', however, that .such a pro-.-eeding would make Lnion men ol thenji. All thtt we ask is a chance to test our power to bring them over to the right idv, and if we fail. I hope and think it w ill not be the fault of the (Mb. We have our share of sport in th-; routine of camp life, an 1 some very amusing incidents occur in connection with our jm rd duties : latt night there was a little occurrence that I has excited great merriment iu camp to-d-tv. The country here is infested with hogs. an'j one of the swinish multitude with her young i family, in tak.no lr nightly walk approach ed O'lr lines. She was heard and indistinctly seen Lv one of the sentinel-, who challenged in due tonii with. who com''? there !" She did not even give a "runt in answer, and af ter a second challenge, chu'-k ing that h- had seemed it real seessionct " he leveled his gun and fired with fatal eil'-' t ujton the poor pig. Our only regret was that it was iiot in an eatable condition ai'jt the poor fellow who perpetrated the mi-t.e is near!;, bred to death with the allusion-- to his valorous con duit last night I With regard o myself, I am in tine health. have gained l!e-b of late, but I hardly think : you would know me if you w-re to see rue. 'i be ballot lesulrel ride j. Forney 41 ibr full beard are all the stvle in camp, and j Dietrick 2!. F'orcr.ce 2. Mr. E:rridj Asms- bead is as guiltless ot' hair as shears will i Iwl e lee e l leave it. I, as well as the whole regiment, i he rules ot the i.t Hou,e were tht-n adup ,i .t.:.... 1 :n 1. -1 1 tel. uiess 111 an uiiii wc- iiavt- iiirti win oe; 1 rie jnost cool aud comfortable. Your humMe servant appears in com non everyday life, in it... i ..-... i .-i .i i - mutt ooicii siiiri iiiiu p tin-, lt' ir'ier leggings, cloth gaiters, t.n 1 old straw hat: the others 1 are dressed in about the same stvie. and uron i the whole I think tl ey look v.'ry little jike i thesime reginnmt whieh llr e York but a mouth s'nee. T he men have been quite healthy, ami we I have but few 0(1 the sick list. I will trv to j keep voti posted in regard to ail our m ve ments". W. f. Ii. CELEDIt VriON AT CIIESTElt. The Congregational babbath School Con vention was 'Holden at this place. July 1 th. Delegations were present l';om several of the neighboring towns. At the church, reports were made by the Salbath-school superintend ents, and addresses by several of the clergy men, and E.vGov. Ilvb-.nd Fletcher, after which the company nimehed to our pleasant grove, where tables, wen; well laden with "good iiiings," which were !ipoed of iu a satisfactory manner. Patriotic s-peeches were then ui.ide by Judge Stoddard. Win. Rounds, E.-!., and Hon. Jesse Stedman, and senti meti's offered. It wa- a .-l'le-t. pieatant en tertainment, favored by a b.-uutiful dav. and all present seemed wei! satisfied and pleased .vith the way tlie day was spent. Perhaps it may be worthy of rcnurk, that not a single disorderly pc-rsin wa st -t ti during the ii i . Cer'ainly it was the most )-.., and (!( 1h Inred company that ii was cmt mv lot to pass Independence Day" tiiimivr. Yoi.ii., IX TlIK BltAXpON CKl.KliliAllON. The IJrandon (iazette contains a lengthy ac count of the proceedings in that town on the fourth, from jw bration was an lich it appears that the -ele-entire success. The intel- lecttial part ot 'tin have been of i big the entertainment seems to h order. The oration bv Mr. Nicholson, is; highly praised and justly, so, we have no doubt by the (iazetie, which paper speaks of it as a n.ci masteily and happy eflort. Messrs. J. A. Conant, l'resi- dent of the Day; ; S. D. Wing, the Hea ler of the Declaration ; J. E. Hi-gius, the Toast Master; and Hon. E. N. Uriggs, each receive their due award of praise, as well as Dr. Case, and the Marshals, and others who as sisted in the ceremonies- In the procession, which was headed by the Brandon Cornet Band, were the Green Mountain Boys. Union Cadets, Military from abroad, Brandon Fire Zouaves, Leicester Cavalrv. and 31 Yoinr' Ladies, representing the Union, supported by the Lincoln and Washington Guards, " sol diers in embryo," who made a good appear ance in the line. The Military and Firemen's displays in the afternoon were well conducted, and of course quite attractive ; in the evening there was a general illumination of dwellings in the village, a burning of Jell Davis in effigy, and a display of fireworks, the whole proceedings of the day and evening being concluded with a grand ball at the Chase House. TIIIllTl-.HErE.tTII C'OXCItE. SPECIAL SESSIOM. Washington. July 4. Houfei . Tl- Clerk ca'led th(j roll, including names from South Carolina, Arkansas' and Flor ida. Mr. MeCl -Hand objected to the name of A. T. Thayer being called a? a member frofh Ore gon, sending up a protest of Mr. Shi-A. Passed over. .ir v diianuinarn gavts notice ot a question ol 1)fivi!ege oHj-e ing to Messrs Mmtou, Blair and Curtis cluiminjr ".-at-i, thpy hiivia been sworn in us mi'it.-.ry e ffi en. Mr. Blair denied txjing sworn in'o th'? militarv. , Mr Hicliardson of-j -etc f t the recognition of Mr. Djiily lroui .NVir-iskii j Taj Clf:rk aunou-ice I lha 107 tna:ub -n had j answered to. tliei- names " ciccwuM ui o imu'ji t.is uiiuoun t'l as in or.),.r ' Vt, o.,lf.x ,..f.:;r.fi ,-,Mai.l.r,.A i di late .V)f. Hickm&a nominated F. P. Bl air. tip- plttu-ie in the j;a Icrits i Mr. MeClelland wwhed stop put to the noise in the galleries then e-corted l tl ChaT and mda ' an jtd'lre-s, nr.l to k the oii ot ofii-:e. which ' wi-s a-ltii"iistere'l Mr. Wnshburn of Illinois, 'fl.e tii'-rrihe'-s i ra then sworn ine. a resolu tion b'--'n j.reviouly fussed Vj pas over tho I , objected to until the members were dulv quali I fiVf. ; Mr U irr.tt: otf -red a re-' luti-n referring ih : j-ivtitin ol a r'-jht I i ' -it bv Mt Up!'n. - Vftdl,-tO'i. a.-own C r::!.' ,-.sd VU ey. ot Virginia 'n i!r: Committ-.-e n t liiyn aft.-r ' that C'it!i:!i had been .ip; o'.nted i Mr. Morn'i ur )-.' Ij a pvint ot o-d .-r :;, u th . Ilojse being in txecutioi of n order eoal l ay. suspend V: ru es. jver rule i Mr. Kteveus a uvj to ;-. I, .lit oi or i.. thut Mr B-irUetl shouM !:r-t call for cfcrtin-ate-. .-.o ithen , ptoce- rl in pr-r er order. Mr. liurnett oi ly .n-t.-rp-is-j l ohjecaori.. -u . h ho was roaseious ; ! duty iriipo-e l . I Mr. L'pton had confessed fje Wa, elurible. j ! Mr. ' 'arlis'le of Virinu did riot wih anv pur- j , tion of the S'a'.e to he urirepreser;.e,t t,v f"j,.c. . ills h;in rai-'-i to a-.y othr portion. " Ke be ' I : e v e -t id part in ativ - t a t ? . ei:'i:r hv Convert ' tion or o:herwi. had power v ah-olre the m leiance which their State owc.1 to tfih govern ; merit which w founded by their a-h--rs. , D.-St el,,a "P."-'--! Mr. Cciris!',- char.tC'.eri.: :!n- ae;: j:i t,f Has t trn V'i-g cia as gross tvrjny. and declared VV'et trii Virginia d iertni-ic 1 :; ri ,ld the Union, arid iie-ir ;n th .Nj.i ii' '.;jtn! .'. -1- vvc shall le hear I oi evervt'i'ig ; '.-ri.'.ini'i.' to f." (.raniiitioQ ot the House. The resolution wa tiniiiy tabie i. The Virginia ii-leyatio-! -v -e then -w,rt. in ' anl aU nih-nli!".'!:'-!!!.. The Hou-e then pDceeHd to the le-t.ori ot Daiiev 'i rtgr.t to a .-.a: u d-ieg.ito from Nebras k 1 pot;j!j-.e i. Tho Hou e j roreefd to elect a Clck Mr. Biatr Loiijin ,ted Mr. Forney. 'di. Mal- orv i:oiiiit:aiej .or I-,:r.ni:ge M. h. oue norni- na na'e.l Mr. Dietrirk. A r. -u'iitlon was v.A-jV A appointing a Joint Committee to wait upou the f resident and in- forra 'that Congres w,, ready to r.cetve , immu n tr ions Mr. Train c: ti-jn to i-itor u M.iss.-tchuset's cifred a resolu the Senate of t!ie election of Si-eaker i Jon--I I he II ou-i- fixe noon a- our of meeting, of a hill to r ? Mr. 'all ind1 g v; ,i fgive nitici ptal the Tarill A -t of lsSl. or rc ie that of J (W.lnow. of X. Y., e'wte.i door ke-p- ; er. tin mo'ton ot .vir. ox. itv i r. toeKtoT j wis dic'ared chaplain ot the present C-ingres-. ; Mr. Stevt-ns pte-etittl a petition bom Mr ' Hu'It oontesting tue sestf Air. LehmtiR Ad J journed. . x ( . MlNATK lie- tse.tia' WH t-ttl.ed to order by the Viie I're-t lent it' n'-n'i The foi!oviir Senator- tvi-rj present: An t'r.onv, Btysrd. Bineha'it, Hreekirndge Bright t'lian.Ier, i'Iii'k. Collaier. Cowan llonbtt'e, I-Vs-einlen. Too'. F-.s?er. Grime-. Hale. Marian.. Harris. Howe. J .hnon of Terir.esee. K r.nedv. King. L-tue uf I;. di ia.i. Latham, Morrill Ne mith, IVar , P'-lk. i'oweli. Salishury. Sherrran. Simtrt'Ds. Sumner. Ten Kvei. . Thfmron. Trmiif.iili, V...ie. Hilk'n--n nt. 1 Wiis.n. Mr. Grime pre '; I th: ere lentials of Jim--, S. Ii ir,.'. Serat'ir el.-er fr.vtn K tnsns . who took the oath. Mr. I)i oiitilt jitev.o ted theertdceib'.. ot .(.' i Po-i.eriiV. S t-1 .- e'eet !.' -nl K Mr. Trtini'tu 1 i r -s -iiie t t(: ci : ( ntiaU it Orv.llei II I5 .iwr.ug 1 .-n.ni.r ci : t fr'-tn I'.ti tio's t i 1; I i',e vec. Hey t.i c j-o.in ' :y tl e .i..it!. of Su'.'.e-i A D t:.:!..s. M. La'il it.i l i'j-eiit'.i til-- re ijt.ti.tls ..-! I la-i .V 'KD'.j.'.l S :..-.,! .1: ct tifiii: l-'-i tit i Messrs I'on then h :1 ti.-- i M. loner." .,i-i it. Li'i : i Mr. !! lie e!f i.v. rrv.-,.ir2 and McDo ,1 1 e-l.'lir.!' - ie; ed .:) UleiU. - t v t't- 1 ;i). ii-rtti i .r K:in-is U'.t...:. tri.'it .s.-n.jte proi-ee-i to the i-'eeiion o' Sparge nt f-.r-Arm. Laid over Mr. Hale cfT-'-e l n reroiution asking the Sec retitry of the Navy to -er.d a copv of all con trsC's he. tiM tnace to the Senate, Passed. Mr. Wilson g-ivo notice that he hhouii to morrow oil', r the full'jwing bills : A hill to rti fv and confirm re .-tain ae:s of tile 1 re- le'i' (or uppre-.iou of iti tiiicctinn and reheliuni , u bii i-.utiioriz-2 the etn-.loMn -nt of olati'e t to aid m entire tig the U-s and ro'cctin -In puhl.e prop-it--; a biii to mere .- t' e prestit tntlit trj estahlis'imcut : n bill to promote the tffi t tttcv rf the army ; a !:!! for the orgao z ition ot a vol" unteer inihtarv tore to be e .tiled the Nationoi! Guiirii ot the United Stntes Tho dork read the resignation of A.-hbury Dickens, Soerctr.ry of the Senate. On motion id Mr. Fess.'rt !en. the hemu? then acjuurued. Vashiiiton, July 0. Slnatk. Mr. Hale called up the resolution offered vesterday, to proceed to the election of Seargent at-Atms. The Semite proceeded to ballot. On tin lirst. 4 I vctes were cast Nee esbary to it choice. 22. George T Brown re ceived 2!; D. II. Mc.Vuir fl, George Br ivvn 2; It. Beale I. George T. Brown was dc-t!i.red eleried and took the oath. 'S MESSAGE. Fellow Citizen t tf the Senate and House ttf Rrpreten ttive$ : I llrin-r been coovenco on an extraordinary occa sion at authorized by the coontitution. your atten tion is not called t any ordinary subject of Legia lation. 1 At the begiooinfr of the present presidential terra, four months ao. the fun ctions of the Federal Oo ernmeut were found to Le peuerally ati. pended with in th teveral bute of South Carolina. Georgia, Al abama, Miacb ppi. Louisiana, and Florida, excepting only those of the i'ost-uflic Department. Within tbet States all fot ts. an'nala, dock yards, custom houses, and the like, including movable and stationery property inland about them, bad been seized and were hld 1 open bostilitT totbi Oov- ernmnt ; excepting only rorts fickeiia, lav lor. j and Jeffs re oa, on aud bear the Florida coant and j tort Sumter, houtti Carolina. Forts thus neieil bad ben jut in an improved condition ; mtat had . been built, and armed lt)rce baJ t een organized and . were organizing; all avemedly with theame hotile i purpose. Fort lemaiiiljf; in the po?er-iou oi the l-ederal Oovtrnmeiit and near the-e ot-.te were either b-ined or incurred by warlike prenratio . aud e-ptcially rori aunver nearly ourronuaeii bv well nroiecied ho-ti!l- bateriec. with cun equal liiqtlity to tue Uesl oi lis own aui ouinumoeiinn . the latter perhs p 'ert to one. A d'-proportiouaTe thareol rc-Uctal urn-kill una tin ha I -cine ho-' f juid th -ir way into th:-e.S'ate atid bad been ize,l to be u-ed attains! lh Uuverunient. Accuum atio i.- ot public revenue lyit, w.tl.tii tie m hail b ei e! 1 tor the Kami object. 1 ie uavy was fccatter d in lis verv rius'l i)rt it witiiiri taut wa, ietvi ' but a t he invne iiate reacti ol IjO'erQiutn. 'Uicer cl the I eiieral arm . luad re-it;iie1 i i great ij'.iiu'jei-. ii i thO'e rei(jnii.f; & Ifirt'e ropor'ion iiaT tasen u arm' aia-t ti. tjo-. triim-.iimiiltaiieou-lv and i lomiec'ion .vith ail th;-. a itra! Union w a,- upeu' huik i t!o- p'it(' .-. an oriiii.a.iLe hot Ihei state- dej iii in the -epnate.i iroui the i.ti.-nai iiititntin2 a co.nl.iin-it i,..,. h id b' eup oiuIj . at--I. aiui purpose to er the Ft -'t lii accordance vi hid br-n adopted in eat ta!e- rt pecti e V to I'nioti A fortii't'a f' t riiinent ul these nta'ei thi- ilh'Rl orir.Hiiau i in th" character nt ih- ' on- l' iiera' .-state- wa- ii Jaii , jfMjuii-' n c viiilioi' aiel intervention tro:ii 1 -I- inning this cou'liti be a i imp.- at n t du to urev en' it io--ih!e II i, utter- i ol Ihin-. and belie . 1114 1: lo lp 111 tie- i colli! l.JCec'l'lie lie c iii-uniliu'lull ol sucii b!- tempt tod tray the I ral I' ni 011. a t-fiojf.' ol jiivai.s to iliatetid became inoi-pei. -able. Ihi4clio.ee a lnaUu ii'id w a- ileciai 1 in rny Inauui-af A-i :r--ed to the exhaa--ion 01 ai! 1 he policv ch;seti lo iieaceicl lueaj-u re- h-i.j:e a rt-o t o ii nii.'.-r u!. -t son.'ht onlv to hold he public places nl jir.;-,ertv liot alieadv w rt-Ie 1.1 m the tjovtriiuiei.;. ai. 1 coi- lire' the revenue, rdv iiij for the r t rtu time, 'ij-cu-- i-i ou and the ballot b o! the mail- at lentrt pie who we-e re?j-riii4 lepeiteli p'e'l':- f 'ai. it uruiui-eij a c ilmuaiice n'-nt expen-e totte- very pe- uu.triiiai iii, auil it uk -t a-ir ii-turl.aie-e. to fcTc- .f the pe ple or any 01 -litr nh?-. i an that which a rrt-sKH-nt mi,' a eou-i -ac'iaca"- Kvervthi it il- b..:ie-. i.J J .i- !r iriona:iV a 110 ju--uiao: v n.i 1.1 i a t irh .rue w 1 hout he-li tokeej.t'n ( '.1 el i ii.ci,: on il the t:i ot Jli-ct '!.e pie-eli". lie -.ii, trt. t - hi-' I IV.. m Mjor An !--r-o . r ,i. Ml! lv fl:c-. ii ! nianiiiiisi at to.t ."suiujei written on tjc-:!i ut itb-m-ry. i. l r.c-iicd r the Wtr i-attt :i P laced in hi hainl-. 1 in- letter pre--ed tie- pro- -i iiiai ' : lni'.i; '.: t.ie wnM tu.-' :t ei .: : ' i:.- oti'd ii"' be tnrorn ti;' t:ia' tort witl n :.:ne .,r i.l- ie K -1'. letiMcre'i : I I pr j-i-i'-.i- ai l ! !j i( viem- cf to!oiu rA.w-.iin , t t.e fjiut tt itii i X-j "i ale! 'a. '! ;J: .i ii t h ii t u . i.' 1 ttl-'TI It:.- ..rni'.:i v. .i- r.i eurie 1 i.i lj . uii lie- oil :- c. i.i- c-iii.a. il.. i.i.-t ' ...1- J t " re mad !: l-.--r- - -f .. itniiie.ltjt-!' ' t- T : :io y'. cure C'i"t'"-i wi'h . , : .. , --i :.., -i..,..i -e. with olbt r b.e ii iM.n at - e ef.a '.jir . a-,s it .-i '.'i'v fi the -ia- cr-r cli . f-ateii it the (.time tiinir '.im'. L- ..- t' etia'th c niou' i f Ul ; .i ii'Jl: ! 1 o.'i T:j - llaiur Ai...-.r-on Me' 1 '- ia il - - .e III I ' i-l l.ient u-i r'ii .' Mi-j j; A 1. i r on iu . ever, tie to k tio i.l i ic ar.n i.l i.a. catn- ft.LiC'iii.ti; I at sl'Jti k- bei-ire lit a l.o rje.l PUliiCi I.t Jo ,'bvtii ume.it or c a 1 iai-iii-1 -Aitiiin lii- e b- m. a anu tioiiit to toe x 'in th- iroii-iui:. in (tie ion voaiit he -atit d Iti a pureiv rui itarv t oon Ot -. be ttjaitl t e ,1. '! trie 'ta lii-trj. tion 11. the Ci-t to th- mere mttterot 2-ttu,(r t e gi.1 r .-oil - !.. i-Uf ol I .e tort 1' l t-e lVei .in, V- e . er t hfet ' o r aba Oom t ii?t po-ittou onder I e cn-cutn-taui e- n j a L u: tt ... . aiii.'i-: that t' e 1 tc- e It. Ul.def ttl.l.-i: it A i. - V he ISO! U ' 1 II t- r llle ui.aer-lood: itiat ' a- a 'til ot av.u..' w.uil Ci-'uJDi!' Irtei. i. i.-! ..!. . ai;..i go tv- 1.1 i ii r.'-i I . t..at i-.j - : u ..o .1 c j mil; -'. e! t .1 ri at ; jii was l e.e 1. CO'- '1 Lie i .e-i iliauk It OU U Lie oust-UeJ I ' lii.t. tt.stt at tiome it ' 'Mr- u.iioti. etu toiueu it . -..r- : t e i.titr a i iviti -J tt oi; uatioiial 1 .ii- c ''l 1 .. I tie A .C - ei up . ti tlie ai ri-oi. . t.;rl t it i'ii,el-- tUi.'.'lt 'u-J filJ- il li .' ut. UII : .- .1 ' VJUu tj I. iv.'"i. -I. a- a lit I.i- ii I . l.-i.r-".- ii i i '-e -t ut iyi ' oc .au 1 ii i.i, tir-v'-iw.. ii i .'-j t'rt 1 i- it J t V ,.iti I . L.U' -.'jiHi' to-tc i ' a. t,e nr-ier '.va- rereliei.1 i t. i uuiptet I lie ii -in i.a-nuj ' ie stat.iu. . .fi l-i- 1 I i.i- m u i it. . . il 1 i. 1 ' -.itrt . .1 . iv. e !: .: i . o- I ' - .1,.. : Ai. o. -fVi a- at Ci.Ce -i -1. ll.i wl ilAi.'p- ti ll:. ft.- fsitiiti- 1 i.i- otj. r co ;i. i-- t i ... '.in l":....-t .ti ll. - .,: -r return lie. i- rr..n ja-l tt.ii. ,:. ly.'i'..'e t he it-t !. .-.- ti.at the o!!-'.-..-r '.' Vt i.ieii ke-ei tilt tlOOji- li.l I -ee li 1 1 ail tl 1 1 1. U iiOUi , ti.. lit ur.i-ii. -.-.t'siij lij.t.ii -.-iiie ..ua-i yrtiii-tt-.- oi j th. late aiiuiiu.-tialloo. alio o: tiie exii-tviice oi vviijeb tie-i-tr-eut e iiiiiiiistrat.nl.. lip tt idr tiiu- ttie orjer j wf ne.-j'atctK-l. i.aj ul loo .aifne ana uucertam i rut. ul- to ii.v a le.tiou. and to liiini the ttoop- S "r r-iiitotce Ford i'lclieiir fef.iie a cri-is wotiiil t,e leacu- .i a- n,rt uniier k- na s-ioie; 220.127.116.11.1 -o ly tii.; neat- tMia.f.' i ! p.oM-Ku - il. in. iattel Liuiucl lo. 1 lit p-t-.itu-ioti agiit.-t -uch a conjuncture the CI i.nieiii uau. it .j r ut.uit. vuiuiutbtvu 1 1 - lii..- an ep iii'.ioii. as men a'lapieuas mi.-iii ne. to re- li-veloit su utt-r; (liicn expeUltiou was UilelnleU to t-e iil iiiia e.y u-e i ,r not. aetiortiiii I.i tii. jiu-.iiii. ee- 1 he -trou-st aiitiei pre-eu'td. aiel it va hau Iteeii ii,teiii,-d. .atvd cau-e lor u-ma it uu-now re-olv eti to -eiid it lorKard a u ti. - e.jiitiiigt-iio it was ai-o re-t.it t; to :to'rt if- ,tiK rtii-r o smitli Carolina lli-it In: liiila expect pi "'i-io3i t ;.e r f, a; ail at., i i.t uouiu be a ie lo t tliat if 'heatterjij.t ,uM not b- Ic-l.-tetl. t.ific MOf.il bi bit atleiiipt loiuruw iu ut luriher ie' if . or I li iiotlte was ae- 11. ell. Hi til-. I iu c j-e otau itttt.i v i-;. ttacH ol. tue r ort. .llli'!-. ij ell. to.t '.lii- iittacltt'l Him in.iiriar.je.i t , i-j lull, iwli-it awaitmr tin am i ii i Hi - tii o . i-i iiii' t xi.t-.iiuwii It i-ihns seen : hat (tin- a, anil tiiti and re luetititi lu 1'om.Usi' a matter ol si- i-tie- the .--aiiants i ii. -. tveil in-w ot K"rt .Milliter nu ll i.e.- Mi ti.e t.ur: ot that til irarn-o i itrkiie tort con 14 no: hvantr pow t i.iiy eoiutiiil itiitd -SIOU Upon tlielO- 1 ue - Kile H' notiiieii that the sit-ius of bread they wi re ep-ciaily to t'.t iiow brjvc ifuiign men v: the gariisuj nap ti I -a h.flt woiiiil on tf lit nceasjiiit t.e atteiiittti-tl tinit- ttaiiis. -.. In It-rtf lUg eo IllUCil. UlltlUei lUOllut lri't; e. 1 h y inew keijt a yEriisi u iu tiieit-lj j ui.tii.tai p. . -leriv the t niou lutu i.. ti u-:itig i eti-s oii. anu the 1 iiiil iht-v a all 1 ai. iial tin- Iioieruniti.t ilt -irt-l to tile t ort uot toa-raii tocui. bu' vi-ible tio-.-e iou. and t-.u to from "t-iual and humem-ileu -t-o- reiu leIort sta t-d to time, .ar-- illtit box lor t.iiiil atlju-imeiit . i rt 'iue-.o tin- 1 ort t or i.i t-t ; th re .-eise ettot-c' I to nine i.nt tii- vr-thie aatbo-ilv oi tiie rt-.i -tsi I uinu. aud tUu lorce tt iu itaiuvui- u e mil. ' 1 ...at tf i-e.a- their ol je t the V.st;u i.t tt i. I'lj.i. r- oi.d.auil ha. ni -m i to lie in in tin- 1 -::.''iiini Addrt--. ' Vout iu haie no t iil.i t itii. i;t bt-iii.j joe.ise v, - tl.e Birts-ot-s." lie took j iinie :iv "i,h id ketp tbi ueclaiaUoii 4.ood. hut u.-o to kvep ti. -ft, -o ...t- Irom ititiiitju- aojd.i-'try a- thit the '.. ii-; 1 -ii.in 1 nor iiit-'iiek-rs'aiid i'. i- iiHhJi.riii r t."t -utn e.-'. n mi it--a.-; rfui;d.: g : ' t . ti - ia .1. 1 i t p.. I :.' I'...i :e-i- i I - .1 I I 1 ' 1- e (Jt I tt-sJI.tlt-Ot t-ieiiteintll 11 1 lv- et : l e- e :,n,. :i, : iii ii. ..t.. a; it J.. I,i-ig.r e !p rett.rj ; -i-r !.- . - .! ti- t lie 1 l -el I t ; - .: ;rhor w, I . I.--, t I . Il . j. . o . i i. - ill'., il J. .! ii:. eel jee l.,i t pro- tl 1 it re- up L'l -1 it a i in i.i -L.-..C.. . t - t., t iii : ti '-. O- Olii- -'- I I r -. ii'.e,- li-t-L-1 C ... r a i tbt t '-P 1 1 1 i "tin r pieiel fe . 'i tel t-, i.-h-c 1:1 ' 'iciiil.i i ut an t iitl il I" ce- tl. . - le i nt i,n i ;ut a, .'t.i'rart.y. ami i i.iifim, !-r . ..-ir -'..keliilneor jlol thus tim- tret- govt i lililetit a; oi in.- eji !i I t ' l -re in hi r. ;. l' .0 t i t ii - ii.kitr iJu-t a A'-vt-t'i nt, tit I ; ro g fir t.ie ohi-iie. ... it- v. . t-s iiuititaiti iii I...., e--tene ' .-. c..oiCe U j- ,t-lt iiut : can . t te .... t . i . . ill-, 1 1 I.., I - . it. li" . el lvr f- V-TUe'ioii V.- toi Itt-Ce--:t i I-- lo i - tieo'jl.i it to euk ' if .v ins; t OUT tt.e v. power .ti" tote- emp tor .1- pr -er . :i-K i'i-e citl i ft :"io t ir.-pot.-e ! ...ecf.in.. nurpa-viiic iti in .iLiii.it , an i t fii.:.; t-Xp C' .tiol... e. u '.,. I j . i.n.l t'.e s' tvt- . a' pt f I ITI tt .r.l J f l t i e T-if ; ,r ,ai , a !l' Me.-! t- t,:, ,e ,)V..tl ,,tte, j w " -at' ' i-. i iuti .tiiii . i: f. .-.-. . - 'vt't.i :e..t u ..ut-?. ut ,-n.'.e j c liieil. to w '.cli leva- all Ill t tlf tj u- ..f ' ,e 1, .1 I I I. j d- l.to-t if : BUI- lllf epii .1 . fie m.i, mi ii t'.e sjia'es cot:; no ie'-i tai- ive ii i t- r i 1 ; . I. A VMiii.j-i lie it:' r ii att-.i r. c- i: ell i.ltn t '. - Oe i. i !:i.'i bee., .,..,. J J,!,,,!! rave i, t-oops toi tie Cn"i-e ol the Unioti i . I iirii- i- .state . i;,;,el tt.-l -i(.t tl'-i. -Oil ill til- r ut toe . f-OU.; ot ttie'l: bin t,l.-,i,.. i niou vi r.ie . i x-ttier- .- iu V it iM-li -. iN oil 'i ' i ii : ,a. Ieu'nsee. itsi.f Ark !)-. the I'uion e;itiment j. lie-.iriy p-. .-ed and ilfiict-d 1 Uettoiii-c t tkt-i, in Viiiuia n the m it-liikik-Mf, irii.iii. tue :n -t i.upjrtA-,t A Com .-nti ,n ustf.ltty tie-p-ojiie oltltiit si'.ltt to c iiiMder I ip V ! V il-'!OU Hi e i -l ap IOU 11 the lVder , t ,,1-m -va-. iii -t-.-i ,u ill i,.. Capital tl Viriuit vt liti. roil Sttmtcr f.-ii. la thi. bouy the oeo,. , ban cli a ;V" mijtnit.- ol protcs-ed I iii-ii ta-n. A iiiv.-; ituuie.iia etv ai er the lati ol tsuiiitt r iij i.j ,, Ofthi.t majiritv wen! over to the orifin'il di-umoti : utiti ity and u-itli them adop't-d aa ordinance litr ivithdtaviiiig the -Mat- Horn the I Hi .a hi-llier t iii- cliptfg. 'tii- -.r..-... ;,t -l,t ..r,,,t PRESIDEN approval of the awault upoU Sumter, o' their jrret r, heutnient at the .oi eminent reactance to that suwault. in not definitely kuu Although Y mined the ordinance tor ratification to a toirof n,. people to u? taken n a lav then aouM-what mure than a month dii-tant, the Convention, and the l gi. lure, which alM in pnuuu at the unit time aj;d place, wi'il leading men of the Ma'e. not member . either, immediate v commenced acinar as il the )vt. was already out of I lie Luion. They pushed military preparation '.iirnrouriv k,i ward all overth htaxe.t be seized the l imed tau-. arnvrv at Harper's frerrr.and navy jard at Oo-poit near 'orio!k. i'uey reciovcd. ei ha( s invited, iar,- tKKlies ot troops ith their uaihke poiniiui Lt- trim tli annulled eecedeii state i hev loituailv -i tered into a treaty of temporary allegiance Kit it iu ao-eallea "ouietierate States, atd t-em member, t. their C'onjfre at Montgomery, and uuuliy thev r tnitted tbe iiisiure-etiouarv Ooveiiimeut to ( iran- i,rrc,l to their capital at Kicliuioiid j ltr (.topic oi Virginia have ihu- ailo-d tin- Mift iiiMHT-clion to make it u-t within her border. anr th coven m-tt Iis no choice left but to deaj -it it wlirrett iiud it.and it ha the le tu rt-ifrrt ... the ioKi citieii have, in due lorm. claimed i;. j ro tect.ou- 1 he-e loval ciiien thi ? rumei.t houii.lt lecolji ami protect a- Irf-ii.t'i.i i;i:.n: In the border Mat e, canea. in iacr tn- nji-j. ,iatr . !. ie aie tlio-' vno lavor a policy w i., ii 11, calied armed neutrality, that it an arnue.' ot The- ft state to prevent the 1 niou forces paMti;.- ..1 e w. 9 or f e oi-'ieioa tiie o'ii- r. over tiieii -oil. 1 hi- would e lii-llliioii complete. rle. rfieakitut. it wojIU be the buihiui,' ol an iiiij a.-;.'-:, vail a oil,- the line 01 w -para'ion ; and e 1. ,. . an iiiioa-'a'.-e n;,- . .nr. innler tlie 1-- t 1. iv. i: aou'J lie the hand- .J Lnion iue.. ai ii tri.. pa-- -Up, .e- 11 olii i ii..' . . ; e t to tie u.. 11 - f er.: . viiicr ii cou i 1-ot il ia- ii.i'p.-iieiieniy .Vi a I1 'A 'lll'i ! I'e a 1 Til' 'I.1' 1 ii' ' - -101 i-t-. evc jit- one. whtt proc c Is 1,0m i-i.- x'. .- 1. bi ) e It H'.i.i ' tor til- .i-i i.. ill.-' '; , liicti. ; f;! 'hi:.-, t.i-.' in o'-ire ,, , a.nii.'e tl...tji u--ii.iou aithi.i ai-liae ; M,. o-a-i ' I- -u..;.- :,. ii.J-.tv t Ttuet .'.:.;).: ,-. ob ia'ioii lo tnan.taii. lii- I 1.1011 an'i .in:.e liiai. V ''u lia e lii . 1 '.' lit"' 'I'.'.-'il'- J i .l 1. i it i-. nei I-. lit; e-. t rv iiij i 1 ioii - in . tleet. It . 1. 1-I 1:1, ' ' 1; ti.C .w. :.' 'I fill, i' li:. b- -at.-d. tl.i I- a ri.i -ah- mi. ,e :'ir&:i. Hud lunula i'.'iur pi'iii to :o" 11. ttii-a pi oc.atut...i. Mn- ;-- i- i !--r cl .-1:1.' ; ol iii-urrec-. l-triei b proceediii iu liic i.atun- oi a tj : . 1 ;-ir . 1 Ao- b-..e..-i to -:. .--i ,' point t:ie iti-nrf-OMOi i-ts aui.u;n.e.i tm-ir !je;,te iij -.1 pra.ticr ; i -'t- im - 'j.i.-. cal - wee., n. i'ie t r vi'iii'ee - 'o p-rve t'i'ee iej-. iiiii-e.ijy'.i'rii..'ui,.'.l; i.il i.-o loi lav-' a-30. ar, au-ther - filial y .e :iT uut acre veii't-;; S 11 r , 11 .. ii ? . 1 .-! a I ' , '. e I ;.!- I. V ... rr. . . ff -i - " - and a puoiic nrc --jtv. triuiii.f then as lion tii; o:i.'.e 1 W'.u d ream. r i y t.i-u. If I- tie le.t-j fiat nottofi i,a- te--u done Ij-i4i.w til: C 'l.f I'al i-IU ' 1 C 'itHeteii .' , 'I: . Oiiep SO.Ji alter trie 6r-t cli f ir laii.tia -. w t-c ri-io-rei a tjs t. io aut or;.-:ne c itiiiiij.i itii :etrj. i.i j., cie. ac;nrun to bi- 'ii-cr:tioe to ru-p-ti 1 '. pnne ol lot rit o! haba- wij,j-. w i.i i,iU. erl-. luirM ;iii-a n fb if r-''f to o iii.ia'y pi oce-s and !yr i .a, eucu moivtoi, a'- '.e -tiljh l.ei.jii : '14. ubUC -it, : . I lii- iiiii- ntr l.a ptup n-e , beeu eiveraii-ei v -r . ir. 1.. . . . 1 i.-.e-- tie ;ii an 1 p., p-ieti ot out -" oeii . iii tinder it. are oee-'Hn I. ail 1 '..e -.. I.. o' I.I C lUO'f,. ha- ie-e,. c -J r j.--. p ,.ton ---a who i "i-'i t-i ' El t t i, - 1 -it i.t . . e.-' u" .. - .on .i :. . : 2 il 1 't.--(!,-e ' - l , '..i.- -"r ac -t a 1 to , -i .. ' l.o e i .e . . - u- - -1 ' - i i i .. tii.i'i l ' It- an . ... - .; -f ' -J'1 to . t.e,- pr-.r-J- , .Ce . . 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