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BURLINGTON FRJflR PRESS, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1850.
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1 UlDAY MOIININC-, DEOEMHER 27, 1850
v Mr. . I'KTTINIill.l,!,. ur nullioiiI-il
nrtvrttiKiiit! Mini johsciipiion net-ill In Itcislmi uinl
t- evliere, of ihi paper
(ty5 On looking over our exchanges, filler
ton day absence from ntir post, wo liiul lli.il
tliu staunch nml steady old (iroen Mountain
State Ii.-i.h become tin- object of reproachful at
tack from a variety of quarters. From the .V.
In k lliratd, (and wo can start from no lower
pit ntl up to the .Yational Intelligencer, (mid we
cm etui at no higlur,) objurgations have boon
showered upon our State, it. Legislature and
its Governor, with a freedom tint usually pro
ceeds fro n a comeiousnes.s of rectitude,) by
the. W iishingtnn lie nblic ami Union, X. Y
( 'nmmtrci I . Iilrcrtiser, the (7 nrier and YVirt Irr
of oilo , the Albany llcgistcr, and the south
ern pro-sl.-iory papers generally, besides 11
miscellany ot country papers which appear to
h no the safety an 1 welfare of tho Union ospo
ei i ly at heart, all on account of a law passed
nt the recent session of our Legislature, -'relating
to the writ of llabcus Corpus and the right
of Trial by Jury." 'I he papers named and re
ferred to have gone into paroxysms of lamenta
tion ami regret, th it lrermat the 'most re
spectable and hentnfoix always big State ol
Vermont," as the National Intelligencer cour-teoii-ly
siy.s should h ive rc-atlirmcd the Co
sriinio a i. right of nil her " inhabitants" to
the writ of llabeus Corpus, and Trial by .Jury!
It appears to us th it the outcry is uncalled-for.
V e think tint Vermont lias, as
yet, done nothing th.it, a a Sovereign State in
tin Confederacy, it was not hor right and her
iii'ty to do. W o Inve read the strictures ol
the papers which we hive mentioned, and,
wnile we admit tint those strictures evince the
highest order of patriotism and love for tlu
Union, (a patriotism and love which we hope to
imitate, at a humble distance, by our co iilo i ,)
we arc wholly unable to perceive their applica
tnnto the legislative action of Vermont.
Vermont ranks herself among the most laws
loving and law-abiding States in the Union.
She never voted for. I 'cksoii, nor Van Huron, nor
I'olk, nor Cass! She has .w.wus, imllinching
mid " unterrilied," pl.iccd herself beside Ken
tucky an I North Carolina in her devotion to
the Nftio ai. W mo Ca.mhiiatf, whether he
might be from the North or the South. She
h is ii"ver de:n indod tint a President f the
United States should be a Northern or a South
ern, but a N vno a i. N big. She reveres th
memory of President Taylor. She adopted his
jil.it ft nn and asked no better. She has never
suii"ht. (and wo anneal to her action at the
polls and in the 1 legislature, to sustain the a;
snrtimri she Ins r.Ti;a sought to interfere
with the constitutional rights of Slavery, NKV
Kit! She his n-vor asked, nor dominled
llntSlaverv shall bo deprived of any privilegr
orri'dittlnt the Constitution of this glorious
republic secures to ii; .mil she n-jvor will.
But she has recently passed a law to
grunt more certain protection to her oil's citi
zens and " inhabitants " against u.M.Awrut. ex
griives. , sir. cannot seal; for others; but lor
myself I would rather meet my final Judge with
the guilt or him who has gone to, his account
than of hltn who sets in yonder Cabinet."
And this is the man who is looked upon, by
certain cla., as a " leader III salutary reform"
In this countrX! A more odious, and, wc thank
fully believe, a less dangerous, demagogue, ne
ver existed. It appears to bo a benignant pro.
vision of Providence that men like Joshua 11
(i '(Mings arc blessed with certain obliquities of
conduct that render them harmless. Tlio world
progresses, in all tho asscntials of Irccdom and
humanity, in spite of Mr. Giddings !
The Hull uiul (he Ox.
On the 1 1 tb inst. the Rutland Union
held the following language :
Tho following temperate and judicious re
marks are from the Sew York Tribune, k pa
per which can speak sense, perhaps, without
being supposed by agitating whigs to be acting
under administration or silver-grey intlueiice.
" As a general proposition, we esteem it un
round and perilous to assume or argue popu
larly that a legislative act is unconstitutional,
with the intent to deprive it of tho obedience
and rtspccl to which every valid law is entitled,
unless you art preparing to contest the point
before tho proper tribunal, intending to abide
On the 18th inst. tho same paper speaks of
the law passed by our own Legislature, rela
ting to llabeus Corpus and Trial by Jury, as
" The legislature of our hitherto much-rc-
spected Stale, passed an act, at its last session,
intended by the mover to over-rule the law of
Con 'rcss "respecting fugitives from labor.
We have lefrained from all allusion to tins
most unfortunate enactment, from mere cha
grin and shame. It was whirled through the
two Houses on the last day of the session, in
the tempest of legislation which was concen
trated into the closing hours passing the sev
eral formalities of law. making without notice
or remark. It is not strictly true to say that it
was "ill-considered, for, in strictest truth, it
was not considered at all.
For the substance and scope of the law, no
dffen.-c or excuse can bo made. It attempts
to repeal certain portions ol the late law ol
Congress, in r.ns; and instructs cerium estate
Ollicers and Magistrates to treat that law, as
to such portions of it, with utter disregard.
Tuis is not the treatment which the dignity or
or sclf-re.-pcct of Vermont should lead her to
bestow upon tho legislation ol Congress. II
iws of Congress arc unwise, or even uncon
stitutional, it is not lor Vermont or any ouier
State to nullify or repeal them. We have pla
ced ourselves by this act, in a position in which
wo have no defence against the jinlgmenl ol the
whole country. We were " thrice armed''
when we had our "ouurrel just, Why did we
throw awtiv our strength I The influence of
Vermont was by no means iuconsideiablo upon
ilus veiy sul'j' ct ol slavery. As a constitution
al opponent of that evil institution, the was
si Mug as a pettish nulhlierof the constitution
and the laws, she will become weak and con
temptiblc indeed. In every view, the passage
of this act is denlorabL'.
Tho severity of coi.dcmnation which this
mis-step has drawn upon our State from nuar
lers wbcr.' a wise man would be proudest of
approval, is most pinilul to us. We had in
dulged the hope, (a somewhat fond one we
confess ) that the act would sink at once into
its appropriate oblivion. We encouraged that
obliwon by t' o charity of our silence. The
hope was vain."
In the latter case, it was your ox that gored
my bull, and that makes all the difference in
not have conceived such " perlect joy," ua the
Committee ol Arrangements of the Hannibal
Guards prepared for llicir guests! Nothing
was omitted, from a Snipe to nn Ox, from a
lozongo to a pyramid ! Ten "courses" scarcely
finished the Dinner Table, and the Supper
Table absolutely blazed with transparent Foun
tain of Jelly navigated by li.fo-liko fish, and
flanked by amphibious oysters.
Al 9 o'clock P. M. the grand ceremony of
Presentation of the Sword (which Sword we
have ourselves seen and handled) took place.
The llantiib.il Guaids, by their Orator, made a
speech that has not yet been reported, nnd
Colonel Van Sciiaiok replied as follows, as we
learn from the Troy 1'ost:
Captain : I reecho with great pleasure this
evidence of regard from the Hannibal Uunrds.
This acknowledgement of my cllbrts to elevate
our oppressed race, and to organize a colored
force, fills my heart with great joy. Allow me
also to express my great gratification at the
beauty and order of this African Company, ll
shows what can bo done by our race. It proves
that we are not ilestituto ol Dial moral capacity
and power, which are necessary to redeem and
protect our mother country.
Your name Indicates your character. Han
nibal was a colored man, and yet ho was the
greatest captain of his, or any Ego.
Tins tjcautitul sword 1 shall value above an
price, as a testimonial of your appreciation of
my humble cllbrts to render you comfurtable
while upon your recent visit to Troy.
1 shall cling to it while this arm lias strength
to wield it. It shall never be drawn but for a
good cause, nor sheathed in dishonor.
If the rights of our country require it, it shall
never know its scabbard till victory crowns our
effort, or Death prostrates its possessor.
Wo call this a neat nnd appropriate speech,
and in the highest degree creditable to the Troy
City Guards, and their Commander.
Of the Supper and Ball, we can only
speak from rumor, which pronounces t lie former
sumpiHtuoiis, and tho latter elegant to tho re
motest point of perspiration. Ilefor wo left Troy,
Colonel Van Sciiaick had returned to that City,
nnd had resumed bis customary pacific avoca
tions, lie and his superb Sword Seward and
Silver Grey can be seen at the office of Mr.
with the vote or one Whig ndm lustration Hena I Vt''y 'oo' Democratic paper) lirtvo sped;, n
t irf.oiii the Free States, but against their a -1 cnndomnulion ol tlio nullifying net ol
iiitncnts nnd votes. It wa never recommend-j one Legislature. Union Whig.
ol to Congress by the ndiniii'tration. Itpi-- Wo aro sorry lor it. Tho Legislature
Ul, 1 till, i.lUn M.llli lli ..i.l ..I tutll. Utrfin IVMI-.. ' S3
them W hiir members, while it had some fifty
iNortliorn Whig nilunntslrntioii votes ngiitint it.
It. was called up fiom tho Speaker's tab'c by
M Linn Hoyd of Kentucky, a lo iding Loeofo
o. It was advocated by Mr. Thompson of
Pennsylvania tlio Locoloco Chairman of tho
J idiciary Committee, who cl sod with inovin
tho previous question, w hich doing sustained
tho bill was hurried through tho House as wo
hue stated, by Locoloco votes, nnd against the
almost tin unions Northern administration votes.
Mr. Fillmore nnd tlio Whig ndininistration
were in no wise rcqionsiblo for it. It was Lost
cofoco from bogining to end. Tho Prosidon,
(in m ionod tho constitutionality of the tneastiru
and before ho would nlix his signituro to it, ho
required of his law ollicor a written opinion in
regard to his constitutionality. lie evidently
signed it reluctantly. Mduaukie Sentinel.
Tho attempt to iinko President Fir,i..Moar.
responsible for tho Fugitive Have Law is as
unjust :is it is ridiculous It is a Locoloco Law,
" body and brooches " and tho very fact that
President Fii.i.Moar. refused lo njiprovo it till
ho h to the opinion of tho Attorney General of
the United States that it doo.s sot abridge the
nalionablo r ght of every human being in this
country to tho Writ of 1 labia Corpus, prove his
fidelity to the Constitution. Wo have no doubt
hu would take articular ploisuro in approving
in ait ol'Co:igi-'3s hum inly ainin lin.',or oven
rip'nling, it. It is tiiid.niably a disgrace t the
Na ion, and the Ago.
(Washington Correspondence of the Atlas.)
A .Siliu'Ulur llvcut.
WAsm.Nurt.v, Dec. llth, J550.
A circumstance happened here last session,
whic , wore wo inclined to superstition, or" dis
posed to put faith in omens, might startlo us
not a little, and certainly cause curium appro
heiHions for tho future. It was during a lio.it
of Vermont, in our prior opinion, never
passed ii inoro proper or just law tlmn the
one stigmatized u.s 'Mho nullifying not."
Tlicru is not even "tlio odor" of nullifica
tion nbottt it. Wc cannot congratulate
our friends of tlio llogistcr and Kuglu on
the company they keep.
Major Isiiaf.i, lticu wiiiao.v of the U. 8'.
Army, mid lady arrived in town two days since,
from Mexico, on a visit to his Father, Hon Is
rael P. lllclrtrdson. Tho Major was a gradu
ate of West Point, nnd in tho late war with
.Mexico distinguished himself as a bravosoldier.
When volunteers wore called for 1 1 load a for-
reformation in it, the less such papers were
c rcuktod, the better.
Mr. Tnylor advocated tho thrco nnd .1 cei t
postage rates. I lo gave notice th t ho shoit'd
introduce nn amendment to abolish postage ( n
nmispiper.s in tho county wore published, m d
;l() miles beyond. I lo was opposed to tho abt 1
ition of tlio franking privilege, because it af
forded n connecting link bet a ecu Representa
tives and their constituents
Mr. Hob ird spoko n few minutes in favr r of
reducing tho size of n iwspipers, to be circu
lated free in the counties of their ubliealion,
to 1 '.2,(10 H-pinrc inches. Without concluding,
ho gave way for uii-adjournmeiit.
The debate ill tho Hints'1, on the Postage bill,
will jirobably close next Tunsd'iy. A vigorous
effort will then be m ulu for the consideration
of tho Kiveraiid Habror bill.
A strong parly is organizing hero, among
tho W hig.s to In lug forward (ion Scott as tl.eir
next Prosidenti'i! candidate
Tho ('hair laid before the Scntae the Kef or
lorn hope in storming tho almost impregnable , of ,lie Superintendent of the coast survey
fortress or t licpiilteicc Col. Knnsoni, Capt. 'rll resolution offered by Mr. Cass on Men-
Iloberts, and then Lieutenant Richardson, were fit1 '''"''"Mpon.lonco between the
, ' , , . . ' , United Slates and Austrian Charge, about IIuu-
lotind af the licit ol d ingur sustaining thcclnr gllriau affairs was taken up.
nctoi- of Green Mountain Roys Tho valliant ; " Mr. Cass said ho had received informal!- n
Ransom foil, covered with wounds Roberts which pleased him much. He understood ho
sustained by Richardson and their associates, Charge, nppointcd to Austria some moi.ths
.... . . . .Qinrn (mil MM Infl llmnn.i.iln. nn.l ..a It ... .t
H-nrn in Il't til (mm in ultlmtilt ti- int-n llin ' ,v ,v-- "n-winnil, .luu ..a it .io
Stars and Stripes wore first planted by Cujit.
cited in little ustonlshment. It Is hoped that
Congress will make the collodion district bill
In accordance with the wishes of the people.
joiiiuii uuucuiiies continue, out not of a se
rious nature. Several skirmish linen Htnn
place, with the loss of hut hv n fir ihrnn live nn
The Sacreinento Times savs we h.ivn nnn
persi ns from various portions of the mines,
Irom whom wc learn that the cholera hasspicad
to but a very limited extent. A few cues havo
occurred at Novaita City, Rough and Ready,
and other towns.
I'bo tib.l mines have rrnnprailir vi.l,UI luntl
the aicraips nor mini Imimr h ..,! om .tn..
ari'e number of mmnr tvill ...I.. ii..
Vt,ln, "urn., uo uiu
Governor Harnett ban Usnmt n
citing forth tho aoih .Vnvn ' "" ,.
rhanksgiviiig, and Praise and Prayer.
I he number of passengers that nrriiol by sea
(mi October lM, lSlO.tr. October 1st. ir.w
was .13.015, the number that left from October
s.i in wciouor j isl, was OOU'J.
The Intel business in San I-VannUm t
it the Union the rates were $10 per week
it private houses 25 am! AM), t J,i,ti 1
. . "ui.iviiiij. voa
on tho increase, as also robberies.
improvements were rapidly profressing
olonol rremont is said inl.ow.,,, ., .V
King will probably bo elosled Senator. The
H lugs have tho maioritv. but do not inm t
cd debate upon the compromise measures ono I shier it so dangerous ?"
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tradition. She lias pas-ed a law that leans, it ..,nri,i , 0llr fr:L.nus (.rt. i; ii- .
yon please, towards the Cause of Freedom a Luit .idMed to find the New York Tribune
recommending "respect nnd obedience" to tho
j Law which gives to Southern Slaveholders the
jaw whoso only possible ''error" is that it "'leans
lo virtue's side!" It is a CoNsTiTuno.N.u, Law !
in Vrn.iio.sT at least. It simply intends to en
force the plain guaranty of her Constitution and
that of the I'liian, in favor of Freedom ; that
is nl!. If her law is unconstitutional, the Su
ri;r..ME Counr of tiiu Umtud Status, on a
proper issue presented, will so decide; and with
this Vermont will bo content. In the mean
time, Vermont does not mean that her citizens
or "inhabitants " shall be 'delivered up'' to
Slavery, unless they aro Slaves. When her
laws shall be pronounced unconstitutional by
the Supreme Court (not by tho Washington
llepublif nor by any other newspappr) she will
cheerfully and unhesitatingly submit. She
proposes neither disunion, rebellion, treason,
nor nullification. She leaves that kind of "dt
inonstration" to South Carolina. She has ' cast
her lot '' witli the Union, and will abide by it.
Hut she will, by every means not prohibited by
the Constitution, i'kotf.ct iikr own cm.GNs
We hall refer to this topic again. Wc
maintain that the recent Law of our State
which is so extensively denounced, is consti
tutional and proper, a thousand times more
so than the "Fugitive Slave Law " of Congress
which deprives " bum in beings " of the right
ol Habeas Corpus and Trial by Jury. When
the contest coui-'s which is to settle the limit
less application of Titr.hr. rights, we trust in
Goo that we shall bo found " on tho side ol
power lo ''grab" anybody they may ple.uo to
'claim" as a "fog:tivo Slave," but they look
"with chagrin and shame" upon a Vermont
Law whoso only intent is to protect the right
of her "inhabitants'' to personal freedom !
Hut what does the Whig mean by speak
ing of "our hitherto much respected State ?"
U'e claim that the glorious old State of Ver
mont has done nothing, thus far, that should
0"A Union Meeting was held at Hath, Me.
on Monday evening, h was very respectably
ind numerously attended. hpcerhcj were
made bv Gov. Hubbard, Gen. T. Curtiu, F.mj.,
of this citv, Hon. Nathan Clifford, L. W. ! air-
lee, I'iso,., Hon Charles Andrews, Manasseb
Smith, Esq. and Hun. David Hronson. Let
ters were received fiom Hon. George Hvans,
Hon. Lewis Cass, Hon. ltiifus Clioate, lion.
Daniel Goodenow, Hon J. W. Bradbury, Judge
Tcnney, and F.ther Sbeply, Esq., who bad re
coiled invitations to be present, .but were unable
to attend. A series of resolutions was adopt
ed. llostt n All is.
This is tho first wc have heard of any thing
like disun o i in Maine. It is a dreadfully
Loco foco State, to be sure, but wo had al
ways supposed that every body in it was in
favor of the Union. Perhaps the .lllas can tell
us where the trouble is. Hy the way, wo hope
Lew is Cass's letter will be published. 11c, as
the world knows, is in favor of "diffusing" slav
ery for its own good, and is strongly commit
ted against any thing liko " noise and confu
sion'' in this extensive country. We aro sorry
to feel obliged to say, that when wc see Gen.
Cass's name associated with these " Union
.Meetings," we aro strongly apprehensive that
there is trouble ahead. Perhaps bis letter
will dispel our fears ;
" Tinieo D.inaos , ct dona fcrrntcs,"
which means, in tho vernacular, that when
Gen. Cass is anxious about the Republic, the
Republic had better look out for him !
Tree Soiltrs tnlio notice !
night, and before California was admitted, that,
soato in the Hall ol Repre-ent itne.s, my at
tention was about equally divided between the
noisy declamation around mo, and tho beauty
and brilliancy of the chandelier suspended over
head, which throw out a volume of light upon
ono of tho most impressive, solemn, and ox' iting
scenes that ever was witnessed in that chamber,
or probably over will bo again. Tho galleries
wen: crowded, nnd every heart was intent upon
'ho turn of ullairs, when Mr Hurt, of South
Cirolmi, took the floor; for then tho novelty
of discussion gave p aco to actual suspense, ho
caii-o it was known be intended to deline the
Excitement Dvinc Awav. The sig
nal defeat that the disuiiioiiists have met
with, wherever they have attempted n
gathering, has considerably cooled their
excitement. The governor put oil' the
calling of the legislature altogether too
long. Unless lie does something the agi
tation will eeaso hforo it outi assemble.
A fidgetty man once called in a doctor to
prescribe for n very slight wound. When
it was examined hu told his hoy to run
with all his might for u sticking pl.ister.
''DoLtoty said the patient, "do you con.
r-o, but i! lie
don't gut hack soon, the wound will honl!'
Mississippi pa per.
Washington, Dec. 17th.
Senate. The Cliair laid before tho
.Senate the report of tho board of olliceis
called to consider tho propiitty of creating
tho rank of Lieut, tlonoral, and what
measures are necessary to prevent mili.
ultimatum of" his State, and to tho woids ho tury oIl'iefTs from exercising civil uutlioii.
might utter, she would stand, as Mr Vcinblo ' v." Referred to the .Military Cummi.toe,
h id previously declared, "until the crack of
doo ii." I was still gazing at the ch in lolier, '
at tho instant -Mr. If., delivered the memorable
sentt-n-n, " scrcsilon and (Insolation at ivrry
It'tzard," when ono of the guibled stars studding ,
tb crcsc int of tho dome, an 1 nearly over here
Mr 1!., was st in ling, give way, and fell lo
tho floor, without attracting any .special rein irk,
(from th" fact, peril ips tint very few observed
tho incident) an I tho speaker continued Ins
speech uninterrupted, until, by the rule ol tho
House, limiting his time to one hour ho again
resinned his seat.
I noticed the circumstance in connection
with his words " secession and dissolution nt
cverv ha.zird." To dav, in counting tho stars,
including the fallen ono, I discovered they
und or lcretl to ho printed.
.Mr. Footc arose ami said : "I hold in
my hand certain resolutions of censure
up ill myself, which have been passed hy
tho Legislature of MNsis-ippi, and which
havo been sent to mo to bo pic-ontcil to
tho S"imle. I do so hut desire lo say
one wunl in regard to them. Tlio Legis.
lut tiro oi" Mississippi is a body compiscd
of high. minded and h iiornldo gentlemen,
but th"V have wholly mistaken the public
sentiment of the Slate, and I think thai,
hy n x nut'iiim, they, and all the world,
will have evidence ol this fact."
Tho Chair asked what motion was pro-
"CiiAnt.F.s Fi-.AScis Adams at the recent
Free Soil Convention in Norfolk county, said
he ' legged leave to signify, and prayed that the
fact might be communicated to ail the Free
Snilnra lh:il lie would never consent to be a
not txcr.EASE the "respect" of any ol her ch ll- Ciln,j,!,,i0 ur Hn office which is tho result of
Her Habeas Corpus
drcn for her good namo.
and Trial by Jury Law, of the last Session, is
combination, lie icoiild ueier fardel the ultra
ciliei of the Democratic party, and could iKier
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a just, proper, constitutional, humane, ad.nira-1 ", "7 , " '
, .. ., , ... I Mr. Charles Francis Adams was the I' rce
'in terms" or any other way, "certain portions
of the lato law of Congress." And wo deny
that it was passed without consideration. It
was pa-sed calmly, deliberately. It first pass
ed tho House in due form ; and was referred,
in the Senate, to the Judiciary Committee of
that body, who reported favorably upon it. It
is not for the Whig, or any body else, to assert
that this report was made with "no considera
tion at nil." It was made on due considera
tion, and unanimously cousurrod in by tho Son
ate, ii h it ought to havo boon.
Vermont seeks neither to "nullify" nor
'repeal " nny "law of Congress," and if she
ever becomes "weak and con'emptible indeed,"
it will be when she deserts the Cause uf Free-
aniounted to just thirty, the number ol sfit.M , ,( l!ip0!,in,r (,f ,lt.m.
i;uiiMuiiLiii tin- t-uoiu.iur.ii-y i iiol ll oiii-i ou i , . - i ,i i- ,
i ? i .i . i .i " r' . i . I .Mr. ruoto sin t nev wore sent to him
borne in iiiiuil tint when the Capitol was erect- , , , , , , ,. , . ,
,.,l ..;.,i....,. ... n.,....i .t. ii..;..,. .,,.1 to be presented, and ho had complied with
hence them rmihl b ivp linen im .ln-doo (unless tlio remiiM. 1 lie Senate might
prophetic) in pi icing lint number theic. -Hut ' it thought proper with the resolutions.
tins was not all. Enumerating from tho lnnb ' lis coll-'iiguo might make any mo'.ion lie
of the croscont nearest to here Mr Hurt, (tho ' p(..ls(,,.
Representative from South nrolin i was stand I ,, , ,,. . , .. , .,
ing, I found the fallen starto bo tho thirteenth, I 'Ml -' iorson Davis moved that the ir-
ao,wnrin.r I,, I,-, nmr.ml thirteen states. . 'mil Solutions 1)0 lVIld and limited. Agieodto.
thus clc'irly iii'iio iting tint, in tho opinion ofj Tho Socictary commenced reading from
oni m inis ana rmuie-ro mors, mo inirteentu
star was clearlv and uin'ouivocallv, South Cur I
not probable bis would remain of bis own ac
cord, ho supposed the President had followi d
tho course which public sentiment requi ed,
and which the Senato had refused to adopt.
On his motion his resolution was laid over fi r
1 Mr. llradbnry's resolution about remova's
from ollico was taken up.
Mr. Whitccunb again took up the cafe of the
removal of General Line as Governor of Ore
gon, lie defended L ino from charges of de
reliction of duty.
Mr. Mangtim said that the last administra
tion was no favorite of his but ns Lane had
made publication in defence of certain troops
wiiu Ji went lo the extent ol implicating lion.
Taylor's character, if this were so, General
Tav'or owed it to himself to remove Line,
I ho privato character of Gen. Tavlor h id
never beer impeached ; and if Lane bad under-
fiUoil this ho deserved removal.
Mr. Cass read from law to show, that Mr
Weller had not exceeded tho time allowed to
make his retutns when be was removed.
Mr. Gwin followed defending M. Weller
rom. charges made by Mr Ewing, when the
fubject was up before in a most elaborate man
Mr. Ewing replied, pointing outpoints in Mr,
Weller's conduct, which wcrj considered by
the adiiiiiuslraiiun in remming turn.
Mr. Ca rejoined in defence of Mr. Weller
Mr. Gwin aUo replied in ilefcnce.
Mr. Hnght followed, vindiotting Mr. Lane
Without taking a vote the Sen ite ndjourn 'd .
ttofsE. I he joint resolution to hit up a
rancios in the board of regents of Smithsonian
Mr. Phoenix introduced a bill to make
Whitehall, New York, a port cf entry refer
red to committee on commerce.
The House then went into committee on the
cheap postage bill. The bill provides for pos
(age on letters of half an ounce, pro-paid, three
cents, unpaid live, (lor any distance,) and re
ducing pustage on newspapers.
Mr. Potter offered a substitute, namely, the
uniform rate to bo tnreo cents on letters ; and
on newspapers books, and other descriptions
not connected with manuscript, and written
matter of no greater weight than two ounce8,
one cent ; new-papers delivered in Slate were
printed, one-half of tho foregoing rates; letters
to Oregon and California, quadruple tho above
llirnn pnnls three rent nipenfl In lie pnineil.
do wlltlt 1 r,n,l ., million and a h ilf dollnrs annrnoriated In
supply any deficiency in post office revenues
Mr Ashman moved to amend the first section
of the original bill by striking out the 3 and "
centrales and inserting the unifcrm rale of 2
cent-'. Mr Venable was willing to reduce to
a uniform rate of 3 cents.
Mr Sacket gave notice of his intention to
tlio papi r.s sent up to him, when M r. I)u is offer an amendment to reduce the pistagenn
said those ho was reading were tlio ivso. newspapers. Air Hrowu ol Indiana intended
fjyWo find this charming little fui'ilive sorn-
tnmbiilist wan-loring about tho newspaper world,
wimging us nine nanus, and nnn or n to ha
ttksn in. Will not snmn nnn ,,r I.i i
uin tauy ruau-
crs give the sweet little pilgrim a homo ? Its
mother is dead and it was reared with such
tenderness, and kept so much away from the
hearllessnois it is now sent out to encounter,
tint it does not know what to do. If it were
a picture, wo would hang it up in our sanctum j
. ma, wc can oiny give Hour benediction..
lust listen to it !
I have something sweet to tell you,
Hut the secret you must keep ;
And rt-ini-oilii-r, ll it irfi riaht,
I in' tjluu' in my sleep."
For 1 know I nin lint dreaming
v lien I think your love is mine ;
And I knmv iheynrr but seeuiiii".
All Hie linpestlint round iiiesiiuic,
rio rein-inher, wln-n t n-H yu
h it I cannot longer keep,
W e art- none of us r punsililu
For what we say in tlcep.
My pretty secret's coming,
Oil listen wi'h y,,ur heart,
And you sh ill hear it humming
yotlus,.- 'twill make you sian.
Oh, shut your eyes so i nr lest,
l )i mine wih'mblly wei-p ;
I i.nvi. vnr! I Aiwni. lot .' but
I'm talking in my sleep !
HiTtxr. it off snor.T The last number of
igiro, a spirited draimtic and literary paper,
published in New York, has a parody upon
one of Glmi.Mji:i:i3' songs, which closes thus:
"Here's a song lo those that love me,
l-'ir my Im - .in epiiaui ;
And as lor a. I the rest,
I do nut cue a
Our printer's sudden illness compels U3
to lonve the song unfinished." Mihcaukio
Tho song parodied is Lord Byron's-
"Here's 1 si.'ll for those who love me,
lb-re's a smile lor llio-e who hale, Ac ,c."
Iiut that's no matter. Tho most in
tense curiosity is excited, in these parts,
as to what niotiosylnblo would probably
have been used to " fini-.li,' tho song.
Parb; thinks it must bo " cuss!"
An Inccnillrtry Spirit.
Democracy caudidalo for Vice President, in
18-18, playing second fiddle to Martin Van Hu
ron! We LoMcve he is tho object of special
idolatry with 'the Uurlington Cuuriur. We
hope that remarkable papor, which is now a
Free Trade, Sab-Treasury, Locofoco organ,
will favor the public with Us views of Mr.
Adams's views. Tho Courier labored and vot
ed, last fall, with Eastman, Vilas &. Co., to st-
curo the success of a "combination" which Mr.
Adams very explicitly denounces. Will the
Courier tell us whether it goos for the combi
nation or for "the last Adams?"
Tlio I'osl Olliio liill.
lutions ol last voar. I ho last on tho pa
por were the ones to ho rend.
Mr. I'ooto said ho was sr,n-y tho mis.
take had been made. lie had not n-ad
the papers himself. They were reciivol
by him in an interesting epistle from (ion.
(Juitiinn, Governor ol' Mississispi. lie
read that loiter, nnd nothing more.
The resolutions worn then road, su-
olina She was the last admitted, if we reverse
Georgia, and, consequently, viowod, twisted,
contorted, turned, ox imineil in what light w o
may, tho incident was singularly and truly ex
traordinary. Tho gilded outline remains on
the dome, but the body h is drooped ; mi 1 now,
since tin circumstance is wholly true, let those
d.sunioti patriots weigh well tho moral of the
st iry For my ou put I intend to bo a linn
believer in omens for tho next twenty years;
and you w ill admit lint the features of this in
cident coiHtilitto a ifood b isis for credulity.
(Correspondence of the l'iee 1'ie.m;
L'oi.c.mul's, Omo, Die 1'.', Is.V).
Di.ar (t.r.Ki. : I have jusl h-lened lo ihe In
augural ol (!jv. Wood. The Hall ol the limine ol
liepreseiuaines was ciowded. to a perfect Jim, wnb c(,,ies of the report of tlio Secretary of tlio ! cilic
Legnlat.rs, Indies, and ihe Ma-es. The mes,i-e J,n,ils,! Vi Wero ordered to ho printed. 1 T
Mr. Pooto, from tlio Committee on Mil
ilnrv ullairs, reported back the hill to os
tablish the Western Aruioi v
Mr. Poller oflered a substitute, namely ; 'he uni
form rale on leit.is to In- three cents ; newspaper;
hunks nod other di scriplinti not connected with
lu'iiinri'iipt. ul no uiriiler weight linn lo miner
dom, and fails to guaranty to her "inhabitants"
the right of Habeas Corpus and Trial by Jury nueeeui. Newspapers deliveied in the Stale where
When ihn S,,r.., f '...,, n( il... ITmIio.I ., '' arc printed , one hull ihe I'.reicn rates.
The cause of I' re.-don is not imlrrqur-n Iv , . ,1M,;,H,;;i ,.,. J ls 11 vcry B""1 ""provement on the
riaina'Til by tho violence ol Us advocales. 1 his I ... . . J " .
' l- J . . . il ... I I tin. I flw.-n ri.ll i l. q r. 0 ni.m.. i at .1 .. ns. .l.n
fact has been long anil painiuuy iiemoiisiraieo " - Snoi iuiuiiw, cnu
bv ihe violence which distinguishes the course will submit in tlio mean time, she will stand
pending bill. Hut it is still exceptionable ;
not, however, because it discriminites between
nt Mr. liiddiugF, in the House ol llepresenia
lives. Though as warmly devoted lo Emanci
pation, and ns deeply imbued with its senti
ments and sympathies as thai gentleman claim
to b-, we have not for years, found anything in
his speeches calculated lo facilitate the progress
of Emancipation or lo ameliorate the condition
of Ihe Slave. On t e contrary, we are compel
lid to believe that the iffect of bis act in Con-
,.r..i. for morn than twenty years, has been to
darken the hopes of Freedom and to aggravate
be evils of Slavery.
It is many vears since we have published a
tnree.b from Mr. Giddings, for while maintain
ing right principles, ll it done in the wrong
temper- and spirit. In bis recent spcrr.li, il cor.
rrcllv reported there is a most revolting senli
nienl. We did not hesitate lo differ wilhMr.
Webstpr, and to express strong reL'rcts al his
course in regard to the " Peaco Measures."
We still belu ve that it rould baio been belter
lor tie coiinlry il be bad wustaiuei' General
Taylor. Tune, however, will show whether
Mr' Webster or General Taylor was right ; and
i......ii.-li as ConL'rrss adopted Ihe Peace
MiHturor," we are willing to await results
Hut there if a ferocity in the parallel which
Mr C'old.noB draws between the Ser.relaiy of
,Su e and tl.e niurib ror of Doct. Paikman,
oi enpicd about lortv minutes, nnd was, on ihe wboli
1 erj eiedilible piper. The tiovernor is a pleasant
and forcible speaker. When puhh-hed, 1 will lor
w'trd )uu n copy of hi sptech. You will be struck, i
ns we wt ie, v ub some of his eitthnents particular-
ly those whi h a-sen that the Democratic party his
alwnjs been opposed to the extension of slavery!
lie could not help giving his old t-),'i! uistruelor, 1
(Joy. Williiiius, a dig, lor bis views upon the sl ivety
i n slior,
(Jov. Wood's iews upon ibis (iieslion, are quite
catholic amoiu; the Whins ol Ohio. Hut while he
recommends the, abolition ol-lavery in the District,
the Whigs feel ihat il would not be expedient at ibis
pirlietilar time. .Sull.na the Free Hollers save him
lery essenlial indirect 'assi'tancr ill bis election, it is
but riuht that be should tickle them a lutie : besides,
a c-1 lo 1 a amount ol luvaimlc was necessary. Hut
lo oiler an amendment for a 5 cents uniform
rale, and two for drop letters ; newspipersto
circulate free in the county where they were
published. Without coming to any conclusion,
the committee rose and the House adjourned.
LATER FROM CALIFORNIA.
The steamer Cherokee arrived at this port
this morning, Dec. t!0th, from Chagres via
KiiiL'ston, with one million six hundred and
taining tin-c iiirso of Senator Davis, nnd eighty thousand one hundred dollars in gold,
the Mississippi It-tin sontntives in the , 'l p01 pissengers.
House, and disapproving the course nf he cholera had abated at Kingston. It was
1 . . . i . still raging in the interior of Jamacia. The
Senator boot.1, on tho tcinlonal question j c,1Pro0tcft Kings'on (!) on the 1 3th.
during the hibt session. The steamer Tennessee arrived at Panama
On motion ul Mr. beward, 10,(100 extra 0 the 2d tho Antelope on tho -1th. The Pa-
had not arriied at Chagres.
printed. i no r.ngiisu sicamer ray inn arrived at
ranania won oiu passengers irom ncanjo.
Gold continued to come into San Francisco
from the mines plentifully. It was selling at
San Francisco at .$1.". an ounce.
also tho bill
to refund to Smth Carolina tho moneys
advanced, and for lo scs sustained by her
during the Florida war
Mr. (iwinn's resolution, to print the
President' Message in tho Spanish Ian
guag", being called up, Mr. Walker mov
ed uu iiiiioiidinent, to print tho message
also in (Jermun and Norwegian.
On motion of Mr. Ilradbury, the reso
lution mid amendments were laid on the
A moss-igc was received fiom the House
announcing the death of Mr. Ilarniatisou,
member from Louisiana.
Downo delivered a eulogy on the
fX5 0.uito a novel affair came off in Now discrimiintion is not carried fir enough. It is
York, hist week. Tho Hannibal Guards are a not right to allow a Xo.v York or Albany pa-
'crack '' Military Company, in that City, com
posed, as their name indicates, of colored pco
I lo. Hannibal, tho renowned Caithagc des
troyer, was unquestionably. a "colored gentle
man " without any mixture black as the acc
of spides and throe limes as potent. It appears oil, the local papers will sutler greatly from the
that the Hannibal Guards visited Troy, en mili- city journals. We trust tint no inoiiib r from
laire, not long ago, and were received in the this Stato will vote lor any sucli unjust propo-
most hospitable maimer in that classical city I sitioti.
(classical in itself, and classical on account of Hut, if this proposition is offensive, Ibo ori-
its proximity to Mount Ida and tho gods gen- "inal bill is still more so. Neither should re
orally) by Col. Tiiojus Van Sciiaicx, and tho ceivo the sanction of Congress Why will
Troy City Guards, of w liom he is the justly re- nit tlio people's representatives look at this
nowned Commander. The Troy City Guards 'object fairly and impartially ? The country
would havedone the Hannibal Guards "brown," prjss ask nothing that is unreason ilile A free
if Ihey hadn't been rather more than bruwn to circulation within tbu county or Congression il
start with ; so they did them emphatically black. Diitrict would work no mischief, while it would
And this the Hannibal Guards did not forget, 'jo an acceptable boon to all classes of comma
On reaching home they voted Colonel Van niiy. If there is to hu a Post Ollico reform, let
Sciiaick a Swoid, got up a grand Military, it be a rufornt that will amount to something;
which cannul fail lo excite universal dsgu-l ; fancy, and Civic Hroakfast, Dinner, Supper and not a roforni directly calculated to make
" Sir I was about lo make some comparison-, and Hall, and combining the attractions of the " tho rich richer and tho poor poorer.' .lllian;
but perhaps they may be regarded as indelicate, Piesentution nflhe Sivord with the Dance, Mars Juit-n-d.
During lai summer io oimioc nr wilb'J Vrpsichore, tiiey otiercd a programme ol
t. 1.11111.11111.. mtf alliuion lo (Jov. Wood, let ine sav
.1.... I... I.,... .1... ..!..,. , V..I-V- l:,mi,-li I Mr.
newspapers delivered in and out of the State;. Whi.imd il we ncsr have a Locofoco Cuvernor,' character of the deceased, and Mr J Daws
that discriininition is proper; but because the be is decidedly cur tiisu-hoice. 'also spoko ol his iriuny vtitucs. 1 lie
Halls, i soirees, and other fandansnes are now the IloUSO Ihotl mljoliriied.
order ol the " ni"bt" All nans of Ohio, il is said. I IOUS1.. ol l iUOIsi-, oi i,U u m.
have furnished their representatives, o! " beauty and Uouuucd the dentil ol bis colleague,
per to be carried to llitavia us cheaply as a
paper mailed at Hocho ter or Huffalo In the
one case the mail is burdened through a distance
ofJIOOor 100 miles; in the other, 10 or ."i0 miles
i ith no other iliscriiiiination than tint propos-
l.isluou"tu ihese meriy goings. i 1 liiriimnson.
We bad nil exeiini- debate in the Senate thin , Alter ll eulogy, and adopting 1110 Ustltll
morning, upon a lull lor the admission of an uufor- resolutions ol respect, tlio lloust'lldj.
lunate stranger Irom eiinoiu (Mr. I.a.ldj lo our l,u- ,
ualic Asylum, ll was opposed, only o.i the ground
thai theie me now- over two hundred petitions
peliihn;trouiouro'ii cili.eus, who cannot be iidiiul
le.lfor waul of room. Another institution will be
eiccled, the coining season, at Clea eland.
Cohuuhti, like j our own beautiful vill.igt1, feels the
men ol the siuue name occup'ud much ol Ihel ..' ' ,' Tub FuurnvE Si.avk 1,w ho is res-
, ddic a'llmlion. One was said to have con.: extraordinary attractiveness. We have now p m.Mo ,Tll0 j,ort M, , furnishes tho fol.
inilfd murder, and the other to havo procured before us the "Grand Hill of Fare," for the lowing brief and pluiu exposition of tho Incep-
the paHsage of this law. One was hanged lor llreakl.ut, Dinner and huppor, and tlio " Ordei
bis crime, Ihe other, lor his ellort', talteii lo inn ,- Djmcinjj" f(ir (he HalL-lho entire proceed
Kxecnlive f'abu't. And destroyed the life of , clbraciB an entire U1)y , Nol,
',.!',,,,Vn..sH.'.P of this law; which must cm' lecn published liko it biuce the "delendiics
nn bundnds.perpups thousands, to piemutiire C!arthao," nor before ! Othello himself co it
t'mii. nroirress. and consiiinatlou of the above
bill, which is causing so much trouble through
th" country ;
Tho law itselfwas drawn up by Mr. Mason
f irgini i It was advocated by him and
Lo,vi.j uss. It parsed lh Senitu not ou'y
Wa-iiing'iov, Dec. ll.
ShNA-rr. Mr Douglas, by request, was cv
emeil tVom sorviiiL' outlio Co.nmittoe on For
.Mr. Hradbury's resolution, on removals from
ollico, came up m order.
m. it-;, ,l,i i,.,,t tln dour, hot he lioin" absent.
quiekeninginllueueeol her comentratin lion Ways, ect as postponed til! tomorrow.
ami bidsiair tobetoiuea gieat Central City. j n j,rotnicted debate in reference to the
(ileal doubt bangs over the Senatorial question. Patent Laws,
l'he Free SoiU-is hold ibebal ince of power in buib 1 On motion of Mr. Ihdger tho .S'enitc ml
llou-es, nnd hence, iheie can be no election without j. turned till Monday - yeas U0, inyslri
soineuoinpioniise. We should like to confirm Mrl Tho Houso went into Committo iif tho wholr,
Ktiiigiu his pretk'in posiiion, but we regard it as and took up tho Cheap Po tago Hill.
nearly oul ofihe ouesiion. It is believed that Mr. Mr. Tbomnson advocated tho free circula-
(iiddnigs will beinsisttd upon by the l-'ite .Soileis,' tjon of newspapers in tho counties where pub
but be can never be elected by ihe Whij. I lished, and at one half cent out of tlio county
(Jov. Ford was in ihe cliair in the Senate Cliaiulier
list evening, pres.dnig over a legislative Temperance
M eling. Wc- will sunn be williyou on '.hut (iiei
li hi, il possible. Too much misery grows oul ol the
in oxicuuiig dii'li, The (Joveruor slated tint, out of
mure llwii one huudreil and liiiy pennons lor pardon,
now on file, iiueven eights ol the cases, intemper
ance was ussigued as the cause ol the ciiuies.
Hut enough of piosing, Send nlong a little ofyoi r
V eruionl niter. e are lued u balmy ilnys.
Yours truly, ',
(KrTlio Hrattleboro' Fugle, Middlubury
Uigisitr, ami North Star, he latttr a
und in tho Stato ; out of the Stato ono cent;
transient papers-two, and drop, ono cent,
I'he chulera had abated at San Francisco
at Sacreinento city, at:d up tho river, it was
Husinesswas very brisk
The passengers by the Cherokee have four
hundred thousand dollars in gold additional to
that on the steamer's iivanilest.
Capt. Ilailcv. of tho steamer I'ananvi, is
among the passengers by the Cherokee.
Tao Cherokee touched her wharf at 12 O.T
She brings 3G1 passengers, and Sl,(iSu;(J00 in
Tho Tennessee arrived at Panama on the 2d,
with two weeks' later news from Sm Francis-1
co. The mails hid not reached Chagres when
the Cherokee left.
The Pacific bad not arrived at Chagres Doc.
Dili. Steamer Philadelphia arrived 'Mi, from
New Orleans, and would sail next day. llotii
vessels would be full of passengers.
Fi:om the Pacific Nr.w.
Since our last issue nothing of particular in
terest has occured to mark the progress of Cali
fornia. Tlio chulera has made rapid strides in
some localities and laid many in the dusj. In
this cilv. since its first iiiipoaraucc souio three
' ..nnl. L'liin.i 1 1 w. iiiimlmr nf th n I !: Iifii'it li.ti-in
-llll-V, lliu iimiuuv. wi u i. .....i. uwvi.
about 135, while at Sacreinento ihey have
perhaps reached 1000 ! Tho scourge, however,
is abating, and the deaths in either city do not
now average over eight or ten per day. This
mortality has prostrated in a great measure the
business of the largo cities, and consequently
ell'ecled cery locality.
During the approicbing winter, a much lar
ger number of miners will reiniin in tho mines
than eer before, and consequently more gold
will be taken out than during any previous win
ter feison. Much attention is being paid to
The Mariposa mines aro yielding a good re
turn, notwithstanding tho machinery is not as
. -r..l .... .Ir.-ir.il. In VV'ittiio M clinrt limn
fXTThe Drawing of the llurlinglan Ar
1'iiiim took place at Smith's Hook Store, lat
evening. Tho prizes were distributed with a
strict reference to merit Mr. Hixnv having
drawn the tiist and we the second. Fortune is
by no moans tlio " blind jide " that she is inju
riously represented to ba.
Tho Drawing of the AjinntcAN Ar.T
Union, in Now York, also took place last eve
ning, and wc have been notified by Mr. Peck,
be courteous Honorary SeoTetary for Hurling
ton, that wo.drew prize No. 207, in that Scheme.
All wo hive to say is that Fortune is evidently
'getting her eyes open."
(jy We havo omitted longer than we in
tended lo call the attention of our readers to an
Atlas which is offered for sale at Huntington's
Hook Store. We understand it can be obtain
ed for a sum much below its actual value, and
wo trust it may find a purchaser among our
liberal and intelligent citizens. It was publish
ed by the Loudon "Society for the dillusisn of
Useful Knowledge" of which Lord HnouuiUM
is President, and its accuracy and fidelity aio
consequently under tho highest guaranties
It is unquestionably of indisputable authority:
It comprizes 155 Maps, Ancient and Modern,
executed in the very best style of .Map engra
ving, and under the supervision of a Special
Committee of the Society competent to ensuro
its accuracy. It contains, also, 5G Plans and
Views of the Principal Cities of tlio World,
constructed on the most reliable imform.uion.
Wo very cordially recommend this splendid
Atlas to tlio attention of our readers.
Mr. S.mitii has furnished Ids Hookstoro with
everything that is attractive in the way of Hol
iday Presents and at prices that cannot fail to
suit all descriptions of purchasers.
Tho Mossrs. Hrixsmaid arc also prepared to
gratify all manner of tastes and fancies among
thoso who desire to indulge the commcndablo
feeling of kindness which the approaching An
niversaries always excite.
DCrJiici; Phelvs has been appointed
to succeed .Mr. Webster in the Senatorial
C iniuiiitcc on Foreign Relations,
The New York Legislature meets on tho
first Tuesday of January, which will be the 7th
day of tho month.
WfXTAt tho Hoston city election, held on
eduesday, to fill tho vacancy in the Hoard 1 1
Aldermen, 'about ,Mi00 votes were cast, and Mr
Hillings Hriggs, the whig candidate, was clio-.
sen by a majority ot nearly 1000 votes over all
Within a short lime fyi'lic Cambridge correspondent of tho
disiem papers-two, aim urop.o.iu com. ' )Wepr, another quartz vein of great Springfield Republican writes :-" Mr. Webster
Mr. Morse said, lint a single argument had r,clliej;s ns been discovered between the South is understood to have been lately the recipient
en advanced to induce him to Uvora reduc- i.,ri; uf the Fcullicr and Vnb.i. riicrs. Hen to-' of a generous present in money from somo of
in of postage, (ieutleineii h id endeavored furo n,L. niines h.ne only been scratched over, his old and rich friends in Hoston; rumor puts
I " , I ,1 IWIU ,ltt IIIIIIV0 .....w . " I
to show that a reduction would increase t i.o at(J fcCj(,ltljilc ,nrniug has just comuionccd j it at $25,0 )0,"
revenue. aow, to test uieir nn.unji - When fully under way, mid (lie renutsilo
Ku nut tun appropriation ..... i(mt 0f ci n tal actively ei
would move to strike
million iindiihilf dollars, to meet any dot'..
ciency in ill receipts. As to eiicuuragi iuoiit
of the loc i! press of the cities im os they can
i . .i. . i. ...
n ta acUVl'lV ompinwu, ine result rr? ll r c;ii.. nod Conner ore lias lieen
will bo even more wonderful than ever bofure. discovered about threo miles southwest of tho
An extra session of the Legislature is still village of Hrandon, t. 1 he ore is incorpora-
t . i. . . I 1. . I .... i ii ,i .,,1 .....ill.,Ar.n al iln
furnish hotter ro-iiliinr nnttor Tor tie lienpV, minor iiuuseioeoi, uoo i.ui m.. .-. .. i -
.T . Tin' ble.as the uecesities of the State demand it.- An average specimen analyzed by W . II.
uZXT : f entry, ha-called .T'd, discussion and c.n pure .dver and 77 00 ol copper.