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Ib*m berk, end defending it egeinei them Hit let our a*
aailaala In ikw body carry out tb*ir now evident purpose
and. me % rouesqnenc*. lei old Virginia, iba truss! ol ihr
true and ib* staunch's! of tbe staunch, tall into the liandi
«d lb* Whig*,— and urbal bemrnenol the Administration 1
Why, it is pr -irate I pruauai* 1! prosuals !!! We, I'riendi
ot Mr Catboun, tell you that as will stand with you un
der lb* banner ol '44.
Ueutleasen of tb* Convention, this is no lima for iniling
The peril is loo imminent. Lose lbs Stale—ruin ths party
— and nba: le lb* fat* of free trade and the Mexican war'
—a war of which I labs laava to say I hare been tbe tho
rough, hearty supporter, from its inception to lb* present
inn*. Ilow think you the people will receive your resolu
tion and your surrender of the State? How can you de
Zend yourteltea before them? You may eay you Aele
Calboun, and bis Inends, too, who naver lailed you in lha
hour of need, because of your haired of him. How will
you look before ibe people witb an excuse like thai? Ton
hale Calboun mao. and lo crush them, will crash the party.
The only conaaquence of Importance lo be achieved by
your resolution it the defeat of our parly. Now the De
mocracy of the fftafe know that wc were never wanting in
ac/rea, and they love their party. Tbe grand doctrines of
the party are our faith, and we will never desert them.—
but our principles and policy are lo be cast down to the
dust, and h\ bigger)- is lo be triumphant! Ot this result,
which I deeply deplore, you will be the authors— vot win.
as tms aiTiioRs.
Wb- n H la charged upon you, what will be your answer ?
Ilolrttf of Colknuntom' The people will not be satisfied
by that cry. On your heads, I warn you, the conseque li
ce* must be vialled. If we shall be denounced and our
party handed over, bound hand and fool, an easy prey to
the Whigs; then when the spectacle it presented of our
measures overthrown, our hopes blighted, and Democracy
undone, an indignant people will demand who did it’—
Torn we will point to you, and exclaim—
*• I .si the galled jades wince, our withers are un wrung.”
Will you assume the fearful responsibility of this action?
We "ask for bread," will you “give usa stone’" “forfish,”
will you "give us a s*rp*nt?" We wish union. Are you
determined on rfisrensiou? Wc proffer peace—will you
insiel on e«rf Chon e ye;—os lor ourselves, we have "a
heart for any fate." Do as you will—we have an "appeal
unio Ce-ear," and we will make il—an appeal unto the to
lerant, liberal and just people of Virginia.
Mr Wooltomi was perfectly willing they should refer
the mailer to the people. They would say all the discord
comes from tbe Calhoun men. Mr W. called Ihe previous
question, but withdrew it at the .nstanre ol
Mr 800TT, who sa d hr did sign the paper published in
1844, alluded to by Mr Caskie. Ilut he begged to know if
it contained any thing against a Convention lo nominate a
Democrat? He concurred heartily in the form of a Con
st ntiog sustained m that address; but he begged lo know if
there was any thing m .ho resolution against that sort of
Mr Caskik look the resolution with the commentary
made tijton if by the Chairman of the committee who re
ported it.
Mr Scott—with the commentary—Then, saul he, we
have a starting point. The resolution itself was one both
l< irtiea might adopt, with the change of a single word. He
» as lor ihe bril Convention to express the sentiments of the
party; and be wuuld strike out the word “oniy" and insert
"best" in piaee of it—so as that it should read "ihe beet
practical mode," Ac.; for he could not consider the Con
vr n’i >n the "only" practictl mode. The people might with
oi.p voice elect a man to be President, and that would br
tat best mode. [Messrs. Cox. Wallace and others intimated
they would accede to this amendment ]
Ft. in the Uall.luore Aniencsn
We bxvs been favored by Mr. McTavisu, British Consul
lor this port, with the following authentic copies ot the two
important laws receutly passed by the British Parliament on
the subject of the suspension of the Navigation Laws and
the importation of Corn frei of duty :
. Circular.
FuBttuJt On tea, January 37,1847.
Sir: 1 am directed by Viscount I'alincrston to transmit
to )o t herewith copies of two Acts of Parliament w hich
yestcrosy received the royal a-sent, via :
An Aet to all >w, for a time to be limited, the importat.on
of ( orn from any country in toicign ships; and
An Act I., suspend, for a time tj be limited, the duties on
the importation of corn.
1 am, sir, your most obedient
humble servant,
Her Majesty's Consul Baltimore.
An act to suspend, until the first day of September one
thousand eight bundled and forty-seven, the duties on the
Importation ol Corn.
36th January, 1847.
Whiccaj, by an act passed in the session ot Parliament
lioiden in the ninth and tenth years of the reign of her
present majesty, entitled “ An Act to amend tho laws re
lating to the linpottaoon of Corn,’’ it is enacted, that
tin re shall he levied and paid unto her majesty, her heirs
and successors, on all corn, grain, meal, and tl -ur imported
into the- United K ngd-.rit nr the Isle of Man front parts
beyond the seas, and entered for home consumption, until
the first day of F. bruary, which will be in the year f ou:
Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty nine, certain
duties set forth tn the schedule to the said act annexed :
and wh- teas, by reason of the pattial failure of certain
• rops usually forming part of the subsist) nee of the peo
ple ot these L ands, it is expedient tbut for a tint)' to t»
Inn.ltd no dnt.es should be levied upon the entry tor con
sumption of the sud articles or any of them : Be- it thcre
t ne enacted by the Queen's most excellent majesty, by
and with the advice aud Consent of the Lords spintua
and temporal, nud Comm- ns, in this present Parliamrn
assembled, and by the authority of the same, that no du
ties <f customs thail bo chargeable upon any corn, grain
nie-ai or ll ,ur alrcody imported or hereafter to be imported
into the United Kingdom or the Isle ol Man from part
beyond the seas, arid entered for hoina consumption, after
the passing of this act and beiore the first day of Septem
ber in this present year.
An Act to allow, until the first day of Sep’entber, one thou
sand eight hundred and forty-seven, the importation of
Corn irom any country in foreign ships.
36tfi January. 1847.
Wiitsj.As, it is expedient to a lotr for a limited time
Corn, Maixe, Crain, MeaJ, Flour, Rice, aud Potatoes to be
imp red in any ship or vesssc! from any country whatever,
and that such articles warehoused for exp-ration only
should be allowed to be entered for h.-me consumption.
He ii tin reiorc enacted by the Wjetn's tnovt Excellent Ms
i->ty, by and with the advice and consented the Lords 3p:
mua- aud Temporal, a-d Commons, in : is p-caec Pirns,
r:tent assembled, and by the author.lj of the same. Tna:
Ir m and after ihc passing of this Act, and before the first
< ay of September in fins present year, it shs and may be
iowfui f r any person or persor-s to import into the United
KiagJ-cn for home use, I otn any country, in any sh.p cr
of any t lumry,; »ever navigated, any Corn, Ma ss,
Grain F.our, Met Rice, or P aloes, toe g' wiu or pro
.. cc ot ar y e u.ory, any thing in the Law ot Navigaton to
: .e - -r.trxry .n anyw ss r. e'wrbe'.anding.
3. Ar.d be it enacted, Tr.it fnm and after the sa.d pa»
stog of tuts Act, until tbe md first day of Sep-ember inc.u
• »e in tins present year, any Corn. Maixe, Grain, F.our,
Meal, Kies or Potsl-es, tbe growth or produce of any roun
try, wnicn may have been warehoused in the Unt’.ed King,
dontlor exportation only, may be entered for home con
sumption, any thing in tbe Law of Navigation to tbe eon
trary tn anywise notwithstanding.
From the Pit.la l'. S. Gazette.
By the Cambr.a, tea have re. e.vcd and hasten to lay be
fore our readers, the I ..owing highly mip -rtant Biil as it
p .s-ed ih<'Chamber ol Deputies a: Paris; by an unanimous
vote, on the 33d ot January, l-|7. Though the Chamber
ol Pc re have not yet reached this bill in the routes of their
business, our friends write ue, that there is but little doubt
ot its speedily becoming the Law of the land.
Bill Concerning the Importation o' Foreign Brrarhluffi.
Attclu 1st. A i ce-etl grams and flour imported, whe
ther bv land or in French or F oreign R 'ttoma in good order,
shall not be subjected up to the 31«t of July, 1847, to any
duty aboW the iinuunuiii, as established by the law of the
lot i ot April, lt>i»5. Rice, all kiuds of dried vegetable,
Gioata, Oxl Meal, and I’tber such food, imp rted in the
aome manner without divination of qua'ity, shall only be
suijeet up to the sxtno period, 3let July next, to a duty of
Mr centimes to each 100 Kilogrammes.
N te—Tho Centime is 0 10 of a penny, and the Kil
ogramme 3 lb. B ox. 3 dwt. 3 gr. Troy.
Article 3d. Up to the same lime, vessels of every nation
• Inch 'hall arrive at the ports of the Kingdoms, with car
go** of Grain or Flour, or any other of the articles above
specified, shall be exempt from all tounag.- dues wttaUOfV.
Article 31. The provisions of tbe two preceding articles
shall he applicable to all sti-:h French and Foreign vesseii
wt. ise manifesto, when cleared "holt shew that their ear
«••»! coin-.vied of tho breads!iifli above mentioned, ami
win. Ii shall bake been rutnpl- ted before the 31st of Jnlv
next, at the place of clearance, notwithstanding they m-tj
nut bate arrived at any one of the ports of Franco prior ti
the 3'at of July.
Art-i.ie 4th The authority granted to government lit
lb) H It i r tic Is of the law of Ihc 33d June, laid, of rri -i if v
i g iho .m.Mtr-nli <n and exportation dut e» on cereal g-ant
and corn meal, is to be maintained till the 31st July, 1*47
nud the privilege of m -dilyiiig toe dunes on the imp-ot
and esports o the aforesaid h.-cidsiulD, including hues
wheal, is also continued to the same date
Ilnxtrm, Srjti’r 10, l-K».
To Jh* Mrk iiimI % fill#*It'll.
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nV hIkini if may ccarrra. a*.d th* pnt» if rim if. fh iti'>fii*l.in
#4 v«h. fn ly woi.1. f.il n.r M* had up-.n »nr I ha* r,
if# i |H ffA t k*aldi lor (n*»i rrtlrr fUi< I liynKifin told i
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*|P’«kfrr« , frr»f ral datn'ity to low»d I waa cor 1atd to mp in*
•Uhii riant w«rk«. I had Imird 4 ai«trr and hroihrr, tmh do
wilt lJ.<fw»it»pt,o» I nrrriiil to .lir it.yarif myfri*nda a*r> 4
ir d uf my Mr At tin# t m« ti'-» . wfco had hrrn ten* A *
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f.f #«nr bat f. ahtaiard an rthrr. and a third, than I crawl i
*,« 4 and nty #r- |h waa iruri hatwr hat my dtaaaa* wa- «• d*r
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Raun I?.team <4 Wt* Ch*frf ntt* my l*r*
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rtrr «d hr. mu up h*r mlian. Marr and know »h* above atm
wmtto hr rra* IIRR P C. PIWtOiTf
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<|HC4R COlINTZ will inirofiuro fAr Ft.hioi
. * f» NAT* f.»« H.rin, |*«7, »a »ni ift»» Fob'
««ih ■< No . rXCIIANfiK HoFF.I.. Hirlnnmil.
9 91 formerly A Ml HON’A
Tin- Origin of tin* W«r.
If, »• the Executive Organ at Washington is constantly
affirming, the war with Mexico te exceedingly ••popular.”
and that, being to, the people are disgusted and incensed
with the tardiness of Congress in responding to tbe mea
•uree proposed by the Kxerutlvo for ite •• vigorous prose
cution,” is it not remarkable that anch strenuous efforts
are made to relieve the President from the responsibility,
which, in the judgment of all impartrol men, he has in
curred. of having, by hie rash measures, brought on the
conflict l In each of the Executive Messages to Congress
01 the subject, to the first of whirh the law recognising the
existence of war, as •• the art of .Verreo,” was responsive,
the moat labored efforts have been made to satisfy the pro
pie that every effort bad been made by our Government,
consistently with a due regard for the natioaa! rights and
honor, to prevent an ojh-ii rupture with Mexico. But theeo
Executive Mcs<ages are wholly inconsistent wnh each
other; and consequently, the positions assumed by the
Inrnds if the Administration, in its defence, borrowed
first from one and then Irom another of those documents,
are frequently directly aniagoatstteal. Thus, at one time,
we are told, that Mexico made war upon us—that not only
was ihe first blow struck by her. but that it was so struck
in pursuance of order* from the then President of the Mex
ican Republic, bclorc Ihe march of our troops to the Rio
Grande ; and in the next breath, even chronology is in
verted and admitted historical fact* are distorted, for the
purpose of allowing that we were justified, by the repeated
and long uuatoned for outrages committed by Mexico upon
the persona and property of our citizen*, in making war
upon her 11 So tortuots and eontrad ctory are always the
statement* and arguments of those, who, abandoning the
plain and simple truth, are reduced t the necessity of at
tempting the justificat.on of a great error of judgment nr
of a premeditated and do toeratc wrong, by a perversion
or concealment of facts. If Me* co commenced the wcr.
u the trienda of the Administration assert, why, we ask.
the necessity of detailing the wrongs we have suffered at
her hand*, in order to justify u* for fighting her! Even if ail
the relations between the two Kcpub tes,, nor to that blow,
had been of the trust pacific ana friendly character, that
act alone would have compelled us to punish the age-cs
•or. But it was because Mr. Polk well knew that the first
war! ke act had been c >mm tied by himseit, in the seizure
of territory in dispute between the two Governments, but
which had bc.n always tn possession of Mexico—a sei
zure made with the knowledge on his part that it would be
regarded and treated rs an act of war by Mexico—that he
deemed it necessary to uevote so large a portion of hi* last
Annual Message to the j> •urtrayal • f the unredressed grte.
varces to which we had so I mp pat e:.t!y submitted, for
reasons satisfactory to his prcccces* irs. It is, indeed, tm.
possible to imsgine any other object for tbe exaggerated
detail of tbe**- grievances, if it be not to justify, in the
eyes of our own peop'e and of the world, the declaration
of war by our own Government against Mexico. Kor, no
man will be guilty of the absurdity uf saying that Mexico
made war upon us. because she had, lor a series of years,
commuted depredations upon the property of cur cittxrns,
for which she had refused, or was unabte to make repara
tion ! That is an absurdity so gross that the uund at once
rejects it. But if it be true that the legan the trie, that
lac: is enough to justify ua for prosecuting it unt.l ane ears
lor peace. It was not neceesirr to rake up the records ol
he last th'rty years, to find reasons for our vinutcauon,
when that atng.i; fact, standing n pr -mi neatly before th"
world, that sue stxci k rut rtu-r blow, would have been
itself amply sufficient to exculpate u« from e< naure, not only
to our ow n c maciencea, but in the judgment of the civ.fixed
world. It was because Mr. Poik knew- mat the act was
otherwise, that he resorted to this, the most plausible
means of sell-justification in his power.
Mr. Benton, however, takes a new- track. He declares
that Mr. Calhoun ts the teal author 01 tbe war, of which
the annexation of T*.xa», by the means and in the manner
r< a rteJ to by that gentler.en, wbi.c Secretary of State,
tor the accuaip.wbmeut ol .h great measure, was the true
cauar. II the fact were so, Mr. Cal.ioun ru'ght well throw
himself upon the great Lee toco pirty, to which, on the
question of annexation, Mr. Bcntoj occupied a hostile at
titude, for hts defence, for if the annexation of Texas
wx* the conception of his mind, that party made it their
own by adoption. He would have been powtr.rss but for
their co-operation ; and if that be the cause of tae war.
merefore, they, and not be, must be held responsible. In
deed, we have recently seen the success • t that measure
ascribed to Mr. Poik httnseif by the Washing u Tmon, as
one of the brgntest reathers ;n hi* cap—ta -gh in truth,
he hau nothing to do with ir, in his official capacity, save
the peronnance of certain E ecufive forms of proceeding,
winch were necessary to give legs, validity to a transac
tion wb ch had been consummates prior to h.s inaugural.on.
He roj.t he acquitted, therefore, of any official agency in
mat measure, and must dir,de with the pany wh ch elect
en him, up a that iseue, the respnas o.nty for tne cor.se
I quencea last hare resu ted from its adoption. But i» Mr
| Beaton's posit, r. tenable 7 That tne annexation of Tex
j o* »a* the remate cause of the war, no one can question—
because, if it bad n t taken place, the invasion of the Val
i iey of tbe RioGrar.de, wn.eb Mr. Benton in 1541 declared
Would have been “an act of DIRECT AGGRESSION
UPON MEXICO, for all Ike consequence! of ieWA the
United Slotei iroald te retpontibltwould not have taken
pace. But the proaimnte cause of the war was indub,tn
oiy tae perpetration of that "act of aggression” by the or.
dera of Mr. Poik. If the question of boundary, which
was left open, in express terms, for future negotiation and
adjustment, by the "joint resolution,” through the agency
of which annexation was uncontliiutionally elite led. had
not been akraptly decided by Mr. Polk himaelt, and tn
’ forced ky arms, we believe, with Mr. Calhoun, (and such
will be tbe ultimate judgment of our own countrymen,;
•hat the war might and would have been avoided. As roan
as the fact that Gen. Taylor had been ordered to march
from the Neures to the Kin Grande became known, w.r
was anticipated and pred.cited. Mr. Calhoun drciarts that,
whm tae fact was communicated to him by Mr. Clayton,
it amazed and alarmed him—and that nothing but the criti
cal position of the relations then sub-rimg between G.-eat
Britain and the Cnitcd Sates, growing out of the Oregon
controversy, and hn» d<*trc to prevent ■ rupture between
'.hem, prevented his pen protest against a rn aaurc, which
he believed would lead to a war * th Mexico. Thai pro
tejt he did not make, le*t it might impair hia influence
with the President, which he wu then exerting to edi ct a
pacific settlement of th<- dispute with Great Britain—a rea
son, we conic**, not very aatie'aclory, though we a:c con
strained to say entirely charartmtuc of Mr. Calhoun
whose great defect, as a State m in, is his want of nerve
and decision. Mr. Calh run's statement on this subject,
however, it fully orrob ;rau J by Mr. Clayton, win, m a
late speech in Ihe .Senate, advert* to it in a manner which
•how* so clearly rite immediate came of tho war, that we
make no apology for copying it at length.
Mr. Clayton ai d .
"On thnt pun', Mr rreaident, 1 deaire to aay a word._
During the d* bo e on the Ore g-m qtinaii n, aa it it common
ly called, m 1 “ *♦;. and • me time, a- I think, in the month
, of February of that year, I earned from inure.- to wb h
, it ia not nr i • ««ar;- now t ■ advert, bul up >n which I felt that
I con'd, rely, that our fr.'.einrjM nl had given <>rd‘ r« to fien.
era Tnyior lo break up hie enrampm* ot ktO r .ua Cbr,*ti
, and march mi the Rt , Urande. The inataot l uea’d ib.i,
and an ajt •(. u t,f >*. trot.i—the pun..'* at he I me naving
no meant of km wing tin ‘.ct -I wa< alarmed at the ap*
preb natoa of a w who Me* on; and it it true, at the hon
" orth!» .Senator from diulh Ciroltnt ha« taid, that I d..
met! h in heie hi Urn Hna'e clumber, and, in the count
y ot a Confidential p> vale c. ver'a n, I d d g.vr him the
, information I then po**r «ed, I t.ldhtm, air. tint I t' r v
a ad, unlht a me apeedy aen .-i were take n e.ther by h:-n
■I ae f or tome other dull-curbed gentleman who e- ,u| ar
y reel (he downward tend r.r y of th; /. trtairg f ,
l ,h»< order, we fhoud be | lung, d into a war haf ,r
, r ‘,,<1 I" • "•/ •"»* en,„ At that f,|T|r, „|
1 men who were a ,111111 • n w ,n j a.- r.g ev ;r •• ,r ,• rt,, p
„ aition ot uur pub ir kffVra, were alike an. , . , ,, ,| ,
4 war with KngU ,d, if It co 1 be a. |-d , ,,ly
With tho t it and intercr f the entry. A .• n) •••
I weo devnud to r e r •Hi.idorat on ( the be*' if,. p.
* which we could, m the rierciae of all the prude' . ,vj
* Ittdgltirnl which (« <d .npun aa. avtf're- o•„ counoy
, an great a calamity »I U war wi'h Bn*', d up m the r, j»,
* lion tet boundary. It wa< la ih«. . , -n av »« ,( j „
r. cetyed the nl'ifrna’ion and conrnum ated it to ...
able He 1111 ur from H 'Olh Car-.l na !*■• f.tat e«- amt-i n
w»«, "It rt«i,f| be a-r! It ia imp -a.hie ! " pre. ■ ••
‘ He lift rotated It hi toe o.,ra. » th,. d hate |
l' him it waa bey and ail d uor "'Ii^n," ...j he. w -r f
urg- d that aonte m- aeure Ire taken, “ what can e don*
t. I, aa a Wing, could n'd move In the matter and I urg'd
that, unleaa th* honorable H-nator fr n. South Can, r,a
arid It a tnendi, or t . e other atr<n g d 1 a #1 ■.n ot the g, v .
men on tha othrr »rd» of the ekan.oer, w'ltild move 10 th>
matter, we on the Whig aiU" ahoold be utterly power.era _
The Honornt. n genth man wit at that time, a. ha baa
I properly atated, dev Ited to th» <a>ne great ■ npc* wh eh I
r eon feta abaorbed mi ..wn mmd and the m nd* rm>
around m«—the prevention of a war with Kngtand , and
he declined lo move, I cat hi. uacfulnew on that gteat quo*
uon should be in any degree contracted. In the course of
s short time atlsr that
“Mr. Calhoun. The first conversation waa in January,
when you announced the fact; and the second conversa
tion waa hi Kebiuary.'“
•Wlr Clayton Yes, the Senator is right. Thus, Mr.
President, 1 felt exonerated from sU responsibility tn the
mailer.” a*esseas
• l*n the 24th of April, and batwaen the hours of 19 and
1 o cloek on that day, 1 was talking with iny friend Irotu
Kentucky behind. vMr. Mon-head.* and I said 1 had no
doubt that we Were then at war with Mexico, and 1 added.
••I believe we have had a light." Sportively we laid a
small wager on that tuatier, and it turned out afterwards, for
I made a minute of it. that I won the bet by about four
hours, (or Thornton's dragoons were out up about 4 o'clock
In the morning of the same day. Well, theae events reeal.
led and impressed upon iny luiud this great fact, that, white
the Houses ot Congicas rsraained In ignorance, and those
who knew, could not move, the Frea.dent of the U. Slates
wa. ordering the army of the Untied Statca upon the Kio
Grande, and taking a step of which (ho inevitable conse
quence proved to be war.”
"At the time war was declared, I denounced it aa the act
ol the President of the United States, but 1 avowed myaelf,
then, and 1 have ever einee avowed myaelf, willing to vole
supplies lor the war. I believe that the war was brought
on by this thing of marching the army, without any ucces
S ty. from Corpus Christ! to the Rto Grande; done, too,
while Congress waa in session, with out one word being
communicated aa to the intention of the President of the
United Mates, either to the Senate or the House, or to any
committee of either House of Congress, or, as far aa 1 have
been able I v judge, to any member of either House of Con
gress. I nder these circumstances, Mr President, the rc
spon.ibihty of the war wilt probably rest on him, who ought
to bear it."
iLT *'Mast Divio, axrs," in the Enquirer of yesterday,
urge the selection of another candidate for this Congress
tonal District in lieu ol Mr. Seddon. who, although autho
ritatively announced av a candidate, will no doubt he
“ruled off.” if he will submit to the operation. It scents
that Mr. Seddon reluses to pledge himself to the auppon
of the nominees tor President and Vice President of a
-National Convention, or even to give the vote of “the
Democracy of Virginia," should the election devolve on
the House of Representatives. And these, being a’me of
the “chrtiahcd principles" of the party, which the late
Convention was convened for the purpose of promulgating,
he is to be uncerera mioualy thrown overboard. Ilia ad
herence to tree-trade, the sub-trexsury and the pr.nciplcs
of *98 in general, can’t save him. In hit fate the Chivalry
may read tbetr doom. Non.conformity to the dogmas re.
cenlly expounded from the Sanhedrim, is to be punished
by excommunication—if not from the ranks of the party,
at least from the office* in their gilt,
Do Messrs Leake. Bayly, Boc ck. Thompson, &c . Ate.
consent to “ take tiic pledge ” f
I* rice*.
The New York Express says, that, since the receipt of
the private letters by the Cambria, the market for all kinds
of rrov.stone and grain, which had previously declined,
had recovered, and mat the opinion is nearly unanimous that
prices will be sustained.
1 he New Y ork Courier says—“ the fall that had occur
red , n England! in the price of grain, which arose from
various cause > — t:ic su-pens.on of duties, the check given
to speculation by the advanced rate of interest, and the
larg.* quantities thrown on the market—seems to be rc
gurded by *-roe of our letters as not likely to be of long
duration, and arise in prices is ooked i r 1.1 the Spring.’’
!Lu Even Mr. Bk*r,»v now the ackn >w edged leader ol
the Administration torres in the Senate, iitipl.cdly censures
'tr. I’otk, in his late speech—appropriate y christened by
the Baltimore American hn Ctlioumae. He says: •• I
consider ine much upon the Kio ti*ande as be ng untor
tunaie, and certainly should hsve advised against it if I had
been consulted—and lhat.” (hitting at Mr. Calhoun at the
same lime,) “ w ithout the slightest fear of d.min shing my
influence in me settiemenl of the t >regon ques ion”_though
it may well be doubled whether, at that time, the Lieuten
ant General’s mflience at the White House was very pow
erful I
Is this hit of Mr. Benton at Mr. Polk’s “eminent abi
lity,” in the conduct ot our foreign relations, so much laud,
ed by his party in the Virginia Legislature, the cause of a
Significant c. tnmunicstinn in yesterday’s Enquirer, in
winch both Benton’s and Calhoun's ciaims to the neat Pre
sidency are repudiated ?
1ST " e tear we may have done Senator Turney injus
tice in ascribing to him the aotaorship of the article in the
Washington I'mon, for the publication of whieh the edi
tors ot that psper have been deprived of a courtesy before
ex'mdrd to them. We have some reason to believe that
Thomas P. Moore, ot Kentucky—” Kree Tom,” as ho was
familiarly caned in yrars p»st—is the wr.ter. He is an ap
plinant, »c hear, for the office of Brigadier General, and
he hoped to earn it, we suppose, by this assault upon such
Senators as dared to d tier from the President I
Tin* Tobacco Trade.
We have been furnished by a commercial house in this
city w :h ihe sa!/,uned statement, showing the burthen*
s me chargt a up,n T obacco shipped to Amsterdam :
Rt « i,t of a shipment of T baceotrom Richmond via New
Y’ur» to Amsterdam, f ,r which *3 was refused in New
».i > . ■ i.
Shipping expenses, 3 j
losuraac' to .New Y’o.k. g
F:i,ghtu> New V or a and charges t-.cre. 65
, St.131 45
Interest on same 13 tnoirtw, at 6 pe per annotn, till av
„ St,*34 37
Cost asabovt (er looik*. $3 59c
Proceed, as below per too 15*. I 19
Fbiw ias a loss tr. w- .ght of 9,963 Iks
SoUs r* 1 tester■
afirr > Juc
1:00 of Ur* 13 -12 ko.
I pc IW 44
13 674 -
“ ipe 271 “
13 401 *•
rxffnrt n. 1,370 •*
12,031 •
lc*‘ • l c for 962 M
--Nell II i*60 ko, at S»ie p 1 ko rt 2,o|f> 75
I pc “ 20 47
fl 2,027 2*
II Id : c tnpmntgr 2 50
il 2,029 7t*
f hOTftM —
loshinkcr, A4-« 0. at 14 p e. »imJ pol cf »1 73 :»0
Freight at ji»» prrhfillron N. * York. X30
at 1112 271 per X i« 1136* 25 a ad 5 pc pn
m-tfc fl 1 *4 41, 305 M
r»>:t dot’i. I |$
Fi.try duly. ftndicjilr pnatport. 122 40
l.yhl M*r vt irrbotis ,is <ut«t r<4op«*nf* !• f•»
r*vnj.lir.x and co tpernfr. II 15
Interest on rtnrg't, 41; 91
Wirpbotiifl Rent, 15*. m |0o
P»»« Iwumncr, 22 76
Re.amplirtf. '•Mjrm:, dr! ver'g K. weighing 3* 85
Urokrrafr 610, j>osUft2land j»rt'ie« 43
tMukiwori At* . fuaniBt'** 3 pe 60 **— n 975 uj
I»«l proceeds, 11 1,054 17
At 39c per II, I, •41, 13
Milking per 100 lb«. 4, |9.
IMiysiolotficial i im.s,
Dr. flollick, it will be seen by hi* Card in another co
lumn, proposes to deliver a scries of lectures (to gentle
men) on sn important subject.
3 7' The recent letters Irom the seat oi war ieavc no
room to d .ubt that an attack will »o n he made upon Vera
Crua, wiib an army numoenug tome lf»,liOH men, and a
naval force of 330 guns. A teller from Brazos lo the New
Orleans Time* says ,
" That we shall take Vera Crux is not to be doubted._
Al what expense of blood and treasure, no one can predict
or calculate. The next ques'ion is, what i- to be done with
ii7 A-e the fonficalions to bo raxed lo the ground, and
t ie city aband nedt Orsha 1 it he held a* a /*> ml dappai,
from whence < iterations against the c.iv of Mea.co are in’
:>e carried on? T.e Ian is the most probable; and a rr.ing
garrison will be kept ib* re. In fact, the whole army must
remain there, until transportation can he nrov ilcd for a for
warJ motamenl. By that lime, the weather will be geiimg
hot in that latitude, and Ihe aomilci, alias bellow j,ck,
H -u- shts in me tierras t s ienfc. To hold V. ra Cro/ one
year, will cost more lives than il will to take it by force._
Tlte yelh.w fever commence* in April or May and rages
the whole summer.
■' The pr uple of the f’mted Bites arc now beginning to
perceive a war with Mexico is no’ a met* frolic. We are
not revelling in 'the halls of the Montex'iinas' yet, and by
ihe time we reach thern.lt is m be feared, there will be aa
much cause for grief e> joy. Th< more f mo nod learn, in
, relam.n t'r the g- ;r*f hv and p. ,p|« of M*'Xiro, Ihe greater
become the difficulties, in rny mind, of a auccessful man ion
of l ie r • I I ry. In a letter wrillon l i you last Beprembcr,
1 I sti ed, tint if tie Mexicans should reconcile iheir inter
I rial dissension*, or agree lo sink them l»f the present, they
wore ri..t an enemy to be despised. Their country aud
i el mate light for them, and arc at form dable as Iheir *r
i iniea. "
llidlel oi Irrlnnrl.
The New y rk Hr raid contain* a list of contributor*
j fo ihe itith lie ief fund, as faras fee named, imperfect of
| e ,r.«.) am i inong to # I !f0,f><f g —of c„r yg,w
York contrir ut<-d # IH.OQO and f'hioMphia nearly #13,.
< 't0. We hope an accurate statement will be bercafier
1 p-»;*red. Tn» m *vem*nt it one highly rrrditable to the
1 p- .pm of the United Bute*; and we have no doubt the
amount 'if our dona!.on will Ire ench a* to vindicate u*
even in Europe, from lb* imputation of unalloyed selfish
I ness—of devoted attachment to the " Almighty Dollar ”_
which i* now regarded »* our moat prominent national
chtrt'.ftr,ttsc J
I r The B.b e procur'd for presentation lo Lien*. May
nard. V. B. N. by liter friends of Dr Armalr ng. can be
s*«n f »r a few d.ys at the atore of Messr*. Naab A Wood
1 house
%r01l(;k.—*i| (.ey«onf tnrleMerl lo 'I'lfoa. I’.
j d ” Xr w,II'all and settle Wltsi
oonniff * fix r w isrfi,
CBS'S opt'wio r; odon feBtinarr t
Fiaaraav 36, '47.
mkwaui rr< m tmk atouva.
T ii# llouao of IVlagata* have paMcd a bill authorising
the Trustees of the Male and Female Academy, in the town
of Buchanau. I., purchase certain lands in ibe county ol
Lewis. Referred to a select committee. And
Au Act giving the right of way to the Baltimore and
Ohio railroad company through (he territory of Virginia.—
Referred to the committee of Internal Improvements.
Another mersago was received from tho Uooee, announc
ing their readiness to proceed to the joint order of the day,
which had for rla object the election ol State Officers. On
motion of Mr STaaaau. tho joint order was taken up, and
the present incumbents were unanimously re-elected.—
Messrs Stsnard. McCauley, Kogcis. Den. ale and Willey,
were appointed a committee to examine votes—who, hav.
ing conferred with the committee from tlie House, report
ed as follows:
For First Auditor—Jas K Heath, 133
Second Auditor—Jas Brown, jr. 141
Treasurer—Fabius M. Lawson. 141
Register of Laud Office—Siatfoid H Parker. 141
Sec. ol State and Librarian--Win H Richardson, 141
Penitentiary Storekeeper—Jas C Spoils, 140
Sup. Penitentiary—Cha T Morgan. 141
Necessary to a choice, 71.
Mr V\ st.t.Act, chairman of the committee on lleneral
Lawn, reported, wilh atnrndinentj, tho bill refunding to
l aptaius in the 1 irgima Regiment o! Volunteers a part in
demnification for expenses incurred by them in the orgam.
sstion ol their respective companies. Alter some discus
sion on the constitutionality of the bill, between Messrs.
" allarc, N\ itohsr and Moore in support, and Messrs Bon
dtirant ai d McMullen in opposition, it was passed. (By
this bill a further appropriation ol 3.s000 is made to the
Captains in iho V irgmia Regiment—some of whom have
been at ereal personal expense in tortning their complines.]
Mr ^TKiisusa m jvrd that the committee of Internal I in
proxsniruts be discharged from the constderettou of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bill, and that it be referred
to ihe committee of Lenetal Laws. Negatived.
Mr Sraivota then made a similar motion, referring it to
the consideration ol a select committee—ayes 5, nooa It*.
Motion li st.
On motion of Mr McMi i.t x», the bill was ordered to
be printed for the use of the Senate.
The hill authorising ihe Trustees of the M le ami Female
Academy, in ti e town of Buchanan, to purchase certain
tracts ol land tn 'tic county of Lewis. Passed.
On motion of Mr W itches, the Scuate adjourned.
Ilmw of Ifclcgnlit,
The House on vcstrrday elected the present incumbents
10 fill the office* of Auditor, Tressurer. A.c. A.c. niter
* It ch it was occupied exclusively with the consideration
ot a bill to provide i t the completion of the James River
sV. Kanawha Canal t Buchanan, and for other purporcs.
The amendments, as proposed to the original bill by the
committee n whom the matter was referred, were several.
Iv adopted; which being done, Mr. Dorman offered a sub
stiture to the entire bill, which was ad -pted by the very
decided vote of “l to 30, and ordered to its engrossment.
The bill, as it now stands, authorizes an issue to the
Company of certificates of State stock for the amount of
81,336,000, in the following nietalmen.s, to wit: On the
first day o! July, 1617, for $J42.00d ; on the first day of
January, 1646, for >230,000 ; on the first day of July,
1 ?46, lor 8230,000 ; on the first day of January, lo4'J, for
$244,000; and on the first day of January, 1650, for
$230,1100: and requiring, in addition to other securities,
that the Company shall guarantee, in the aggregate penalty
of $230,000, that the gross amount of tolls upon the whole
line from Richni >od lu Buchanan will, for five years after
its completion, yie.d an average annual revenue of 8^60.
000, otherwise the deficiency shall be paid by the sccuri
'iea. _
Southampton Comity.
At a mreting ot a very respectable portion of the Whiga
of Southampton, held at Jerusalem, on Monday, 15th mst.
C tl. Cask Bowir* was called to the Chair, and A. S. II.
Burge* app 'tilted Secretary.
Tbo presiding officer having announced the object of
the ni-eiing to be that of appointing Delegates to the Con.
ventinn which it was proposed to hold in the town of Sul.
folk, on Friday, 26th iuat. for the purpose of sclcctiug a
so.table candidate for this Congressional district. The
following re* Iulions, offered by James W. Barker, K«q.
were unanimously sdnpted:
Whereas, cotmdtng in, and snimated by the conserva
tism of our pnncip e*—rendered the more conspicuously
orthodox and salutary by the development of recent poli
t cal event*—we deem it eminently expedient, and in every
w ;se proper, fiat the *en»e of the Wing psrtv, in reference
to a candidate for this Congressional district should bo
• mb. d.ed anil pr mulged rn and through a Convention of
Delegates from the several counties composing it. Tnerc
■ ore.
Resolved, That concurring in the propriety of a free
ntercb inge ol sentiment in the selection ot a candidate,
we CJrri ally agree with our Wing brethren in the expedi
ent)- ot bidding a District Convention with a view to the
selection of a suitable noniiuee.
Resolved, That we should be derelict in duty, and want
ng in justice, were we to wuhUold the just meed of our
gratitude and thanks from Robert H. Whitfield, Esquire,
tue Whig candidate in the late canvas*, who, brooking the'
probabilities ot delrat, bore alolt the ensign of Whiggery,
and wtin a courage, intrepidity and ability not surpassed
■ n any former political raeTc, sustained, with undying
credit lo himself and honor to his party, the great and con
servative principles by winch they are guided.
Resolved, That while we, for the reasons set forth in
the preceuing resolution, prefer Mr. Whitfield, we will,
nevertheless, heartily co-operate in the support of any can
didate whom the proposed Convention may designate.
Resolved, Tnat in this expression of preference for Mr.
Whitfield, we disclaim any, nay, the least, design to dic
tate to the Convention; or, in the most remote degree to
disparage any one ol those wnoee names may be present
ed to it.
Tne following persons were then appointed delegates
from this county to the proposed Convention, viz: James B
Urquhart, James W Parker, Dr T J Pretlow, Robert Rick*,
Jess* Langford, Henry Blow, William Langford, Beniamin
Devany, Luilow Lawrence. James Parsons, Dr J B Krilo,
Win J iie*. Joine* W Murfee, G A W Newsom, J Sykes]
Dr Neares, Wni Atkins m, Joseph Pretlow, Kohl Pretlow]
Joseph T Sykes, E T Barton. 1! T Smith, A H L'rqubart,
Edwi i Harrison, Merit! J Davis, Henry Bints, Jesse L Bat.
ley, Se ugh Eliworth. DrKti Griffin, Dr W H Summered,
Peter Holmes, Samuel Holmes, John B .ykm, Thomas D
Boykin, Wro H Holme*, John B Boyk n, Patrick Ddes, D
Barrett, Capl. Wm G Stephenson, Alfred Hr.ttlr, Nicholas
J Birham, Alfred T Stephenson, Giles Whitney, Jordan
Edward*. J .tin R Williams, Seth Wi.Iiauta, S.mon Mur
fee. Charles F Ur.|tiharl,- Yalta, Dr K Murray, Allred
Kicks, J Pietlow, Jr.
On motion, ihe Chairman snJ Secretary o: the meeting
were added to the delegation.
A. J. II. Bi-tot.*, Sec'y.
[IT* Wo learn that the lime of holding the D strict Con
vrntion, named tn the above proceeding*, Ins been changed
The Whigs of Surry propose the 8th of March J
C»a»i,ottl Cocinoi'ii, Va. J '
February 18, ’47. (
To the Kditors of ihe Wing ;
Gent eroen—It give me great pleasure in Imk’ng over
your last paper, to lind that the legislature had pa*«'d rr.
solution*, eapreoaing their iliank# to "Ihd Rough and Rea
dy''and hie gallant army, for having thus iar so skilfully
and successfully prosecuted the war with Meairo. Such
feelings are indeed truly characteristic of the citizens ol the
O'd Dominion; and by these resolutions—tokens ol respect
and adtniratmn for that distinguished Doncral—they have
given evidence of that noble disposition for which they have
always been dia'inginahrd, namely, of rendering “honor to
whom honor i* due." I> muat ho highly gratifying to hirn
to receive such testimonials of confidence arid approbation
from thu venerable old Commonwealth, of which he ra so
distinguished arid wurtliy a sun. Notwithstanding'he De
mocracy have ridiculed and cenaurid him—notwithstanding
he hat been malignant y pursued and invetorately as
an!ed by the Inend# and advocates of the present Admin
istration—yet, the people of llie-e United Slates, and par
trcularly the people of tears proud old Commonwealth, have
w '»en in hi* br » a wreath of laurel#, who h the falac and
slanderous imputations of Democracy cannot «tam, d spoil
or pollute. Such honor* have been conferred upon him
from all quarter* of the Union, and be ha* every wnere been
hailed with the most cheering jnd gratifying of all saluta
t.oit#, ihM of "well dune good arid faithful servant." And
such marked manifestations of r» ap-cl and confidence could
be conferred up >n n# one more worthy of them than tjrn.
Zechary Taylor. IIin bri hint achievrrnenta on the 8lh
and 9th of May, in the memorable balnea of Fain Alto ami
Keaaea da la Falma, aro destined lo form glittering pages
in that book which records the history of our country and
cmbilms the imperishable deed# of her gallant son*. Future
generation! wilt read with no less wonder and admiration of
Ihe gloriou* achievment* of *4«i, than we now read of those
of ’7fi; and when, in ihe lapse of time, all parts prejudice*
a a ! have br„n fo,gotten, posterity will award r ■ Taylor
that rredit which i* due, in placing him aide by side wth
the “Father of his Country.” And the unexampled zeal
and patriot.am exhibited hy our v lunte'r*, in »o readily
evrhanging the comfort* and luxuries of home for the pri
vitlon# and hardships of the camp, haa proved, that when
ever an emergency require* it, our country will always find
a euro and steady deforce in the valor and patriotism of her
•oil#. And a th u gh the Whig* have br.eu so unjustly se
en*! d "i giving “aid and comfort" to the enemy—yet they
were the first to respond to tneir country’s rail, when their
• ••i-isnce wa* needed. When the cry was heard, to trrni!
to arm-1 they did not enqulro whether it was a Whig war
or a Dtmocratic war—just or uriju-t, c institutional or iir.
eonatiluiionj| - they were not actuated by party spirit, or
influenced hy party prejudices, when (lie good of Ihcir coun
try was at alaki; but they rame forward like brave end
patriotic Citizens, rd pl ug the rn tin of Commodore De
catur—“O ir Country, right or wrong ' It in a source
of grrat pride to us, alto, that ihe Old Dominion respond
ad so -peedily to the call made to her—and there ■* but one
source if reyre’, that is, that amongst the patriotic soldiers
of that reg biei-t, there win not he round one to represent
tho Tenth l.-g on" on tne plains of Mexico! liut we
hope that although that portion is unrepresented, those
wh t have v duntcered will gallantly vindicate the honor and
nob'y sustain the reputation of their proud and venerable
mother. May tiie gleaming aword* of her *una ever Indies's
where the bailie m warrnret, and may that poaition which
they may occupy m the line of battle always, ae it was to
the day* of to. R-volution, be aignalizod by the shout*
of Victory! Vietoyjr!; J. R c.
F.xtriet from a le'tar, datej
Borrora, Feb 99, 1847.
"Cept Judkins say# that t x million# dollar* of tp-eie were
ready to come m the Cambria, could insurance I ave l.er n
obtained upon it, and had the director* of the line permitted
her to take it. It i# also said that the Cambria brings an
offir from Rolhtchildt for the twenty million U. 8 loan
90 years."
nupn— f bales Drat sort Mops Is tidier (hr sale
fe ST wr.RH, BACON It CO.
“ There ta not (••id Mr. l-agaiw, la a spaech dauvarad
by him, in Naur Yuri, ta 1839.) among the moat odious
maiinu of Machavaliani. a aanianra ao repine with cold
blooded and accursed wicked ocas—more stupid in shams
less and sinful profligacy—more utlctly inconsistent with
the dignity of government, or tha obligations of ths social
state, than that which has been ascii bed Ui a person who
has held a high olllce in New York, (flovernor Marcy.)
“ To the viciora belong the spoils." In no collection
of lbs data of systematic malignity, in tha recoid of tha
ravings of thoav hold bad man who have regularly Irsntplcd
on tlicir fillow-ciuscna as If lhay were their predeeiinad
dupes and slaves, la there a sentence more infamous than
this, which represents the powers and dignities, and trusts
ol a great nation, as plunder sud booty, In be won by s
camp of bandits, or • crew of pirmteo." Has Mr. Msrey,
now Mr. Folk's War Secretary, repudiated the infamous
declaration charged on him by Mr. I^gars I Is it not now
tn " fir full tide •/ ssccrse/af rjrperlinear ? " Was it not
to this •' cold Hooded and accursed seicfedasse ” that Mr.
Westcolt referred T I\es not the Fresident approve .Mr.
Msrcy'a doctrine I Will Mr. Hrockcnbrough ascertain
the fact, and advisa the public of if t
To the <iit fount'll.
As the Spring of the year is rapidly approaching, it is do
a table and important that the City Council should act upon,
and adopt such measures as will secure tho paving of Wall
street, as early therein as practicable. It is now miry, but
will, it is believed, be ready to receive paving in a very
short time. It is generally thought that the curtr-alouca
could be advantageously put down at this tune.
Tho travel over this street is greatrr than over any other
street, and the business men nt Madison Ward are at a
toss to account for the delay in the action ol the Council
in Trillion to this nutter. Ths attention of the Council,
the Committee on Streets, and part cularly of the mem
bers front this Ward, is invited moat earnestly to this sub
To Hr. II rot-kciih rough. a Member of
t'oiiuress, from I'loridu.
St*:—Sciing sour failure to obtain apeefic charges
against tho integrity of .Members of your House, 1 take
the liberty to refer you to the National Intelligencer of ihe
3d Ol April, 1845. You Will there are. ihit Mr. John
Quincy Adams charges your Committee on Foreign Rela
tions with a fraud, which, it not detected, would coat the
Corrrmncnt seyenty thousand dollars. This charge, and
specification, ta at your command, and Mr. Adams is in
his scat. When you have settled that, 1 will send you
others. FI kT JUST1TIA.
Fioeeedingi of Ihe I Veit Faint Dialectic Society, leith
re ference to the death of 1,1. .4. 11. BOTTS, If. S. Infan
try. icha died at Camargo, Mexirv, Jan. 1*/, 1817.
Where**, It hath pleased the Almighty to remove from
life, out late follow-member, Lieut. A. 8. Burrs ; there
Be it resolved, by the Dialectic Society of the U S Corps
o: Cadets, That wre have received ibis intelligence with
tlirdrrpeai regret and most heart-fell sorrow Thai while
Mr. Bone was an acting member of the Society, he was
one o| us moat zealous supporters; contributing to its re
establishment. and ihc improvement of its members, with
ail Ihe ardor and energy so eminently distinguishing his
character. That hrs loss cannot but be felt beyond the
moving circle of bis family and friends; lor, while to these
he was endeared by iho warmth ui hit affection, and the
zeal and disinterestedness of his friendship, his chival
rous bearing and generosity would have attracted the ad
miration of the army, and his pure Virginian and Ameri
can patriotism would have rendered him a pride to Ins
country. That we cannot loo warmly express our sympa
thy with the fattrly ot the deceased, but tender them the
feeble consolation of the assurance that we admired the
qualities and esteemed ihe virtues of Atti-uiuzu< B Butts.
Resolved, 7 hat ths usual badgo ol mourning be worn
on the left arm of the members of the Society, lor the
•pace of thirty dsys.
O. B. W1LLCOX, i
1IK.NR\ HETIf, [ Committee.
A. E. BURNSIDE, l’re'at. D.S.
A. Hz nth, Scc’y.
Wear Point, Feb. 12th. 1847.
[Corresspoudcnce of the Baltimore American.]
Wasiii.xotox, Feb. 25.
Mr. Fuirfic!.l, from the Naval Committee, reported a joint
resolution, authorizing the Secretary of the Navy to place
at the d spusal ot Capt. De Kay, the U. S. Hup Macedon
ian, tor ihe purp so of transporting to the famishing Irish
and Seotch, such contributions as may be obtained lor their
relief, and appropriating $6,UUU for repairing and fitting
said vessel for sea.
The resolutions were read twice and then postponed till
Mr Weaicott, from the JuJtciary Committee, to which
was referred the memorial of Lesha Coombs, made a re
port accompanied by a resolution, requesting the Secretary
of tho Treasury ti transmit to the President a copy of the
memorial and papers of Lcsl.c Coombs, praying payment
by the U. S. of certain securities issu-d by the Isle Repub
lic ot 'z exas. Also, iltil the said papers be reicrrcd to the
Attorney General and Secretary of the Treasury, who ore
directed to obtain lull information as to said caso, and to
report thereon to the Senate, at the next session.
Several private bills having been reporteJ, the considera
tion of the Civil and Diplomatic Appropriation Bill waa re
Mr. Berrien moved an amendment providing for a Cus
tom House at Savannah.
Mr. Ca.houn moved to amend the amendment by provi
ding a Custom House at Charleston.
Mr Berrien accepted this as a modification, whenever the
amendment w as agreed to.
Ou motion of Mr. Allen, the bill was also amended by ep.
preprinting #6000 for a painting for the vacant panel in the
Rotunda of the Cap-tol, to be executed by Powell.
Mr. Cameron moved to amend by adding a clause direct
ing the Secretary of the Treasury to pay to Ritchie Sc ilcisa
the amount deducted from tneir accounts, by the committees
of the two Houses, for public printing prior to the passage of
the law fixing the rate of compensation.
After some debate, in winch M east a. Catneron, Hunting
ton, Westcoit, J. M. Clayton, Calhoun, Colquitt, and others
took part, the bill wa* postponed till to-morrow.
Tne THREE MILLION BILL was then taken up. and
Mr. Davtaof Mass, look the Moor and addressed the Sen
ate at length.
Mr. liannegan, of la. gave notice of an intrntion to
apeak to-morrow; and then offered a Resolution, to bo con
sidered to-morrow, authorising the Secretsty of tho Sen
ate to c attract »i b Dr. Houston for furni.-liing the Sena
tors each Willi 2ll copies of the Reports of the Senate and
the Newspapers al-o, and at a price not rX‘-erdiiig #30,000
for the I -n; v ision and #15,000 lor the short session. Mr.
II. said lie sh mid a*k for the cons.deration of the Resolu
tion to-morrow.
It was intimated also by Mr Webster and by Mr Calhoun
that they might both sp nk upon me Ri solutions in bnvl,
or require a vote upon them
A Bill was passed for the purchase of tho Madison pa
pers. It was urged with great earnestness by Mr Archer
and opposed by Mr Benton.
A Bill was also parsed for the relief of the widow of
Captain McCrea, who served for forty years in tho Armv,
and Who was wounded in the public service. The passage
of the lull was urged by Mr Evans and opposed by Mr Ash
ley, and finally passed—23 to IG.
Mr Crittenden urged an Executive Session for the pur
pose « f acting upon some military appointments of per
sons who were kept m the city at gteat expense.
The il-uso went into Committee of tho Whole upon the
bill for for the support of the Post Office Department.
7'hc attempt to confine ihe letter advertising to the par
ti* tn presses of the Administration, instead of the news
papers having the largest circulation, was three times re
newed this morning, and three times failed for want ol a
quorum, alter which the hill was laid aside to ho reported to
the House.
An important bill was then considered in committee of
the Whole, amending the Patent Laws and designed for the
better security of Inventors. Tho Bill was rep .rted by Mr
Marsh, of Vormonl, in May last. It was largely amrcded
by ihe Committee on Patents and then laid aside to be re
ported to Ihc House, and afterward* passed in the lluoae.
The I, ght House Bill wa* next considered in Committer
of the Whole.
There was not miieli Hehato upon tho hill, but it was
mainly upon an amendment, moved by Mr. Thomaston of
Ky . and d< -urn- d to show in a conspicuous light the rirg
lert ol the A !rn m iration in reference to ihe great rivers of
the West. It was proposed that in mey should be appropri
a’ed f'-r a cordon of Lighthouse* upon the Mississippi, t Jhio
and other rivers, to point out tho Mag* in Ibrss rivers.
The Bill was finally laid over to he reported to the
Ilonas, aim in the House, previous to the adjournment,
waa pasted—yeas N'J, nays 113
MARINE CO it l\8.
The House took up tho Bill from the Committee on Na.
val All lira, for adding I (Mill men lo the rank and file of the
Mirine Corps, and officers In proportion.
The B II was passed in Committee and in the House
with an amendment that the corps should bo reduced to
its present numerical fore* at the close of the war with
Ihe Indian Appropriation 5Iiii waa acted upon with the
amendment* ot the K-neto all agreed to, save one. 7’he
House then adjourned.
Prom the Norfolk IWnn. Peb. Hi.
Ihkiri wiiig Orrurrmfr.
Mr J R Aekland, a worthy and industrious mechanic, why
had made tnat.y friends during hia residence 'it thia com
munity by hia ronrlroua and polite demeanor, and
who enjoyed a high reputation aa a tasty and jiniah
n| bruit arid nlioe maker, waa found dead yeaier
morning about daylight, in the yard of Parker'e
Motel. Mr A. we learn, retired at a late hour tho ere
i.lng before, and it Is generally supposed made tho fatal
Irnp from the attic windnw of hia Im'nl, a heighth of 4J» or
•ill feel from the gruund, m a elate of eleep nr eomnamhnl
i*m. Mis body waa rlroadfiilly mangled and bruised, es
pecially on the left aide, his arm, wrist and shoulder being
brokrn. Aninijueat waa held by the Coroner, and a ver
dict rendered in aeeoidsnce with the facta elated
AniHlttn I, of Hooka, or Thlr:f Hooka In
One, Petted by M P Tin per R»i|, kt A, author of Pr i
rerbml Phibsinpby, l.'rub uf He'd
Piobabllrttsc an Aldus Paul, by same aa<hor —
' Alin M ttsmi |u>-in site I me to be a I'bristias. "
Also ( ms Mare, or a t'oaaptraey onder turns XIII, an Histori
r,l R msi nee, by I’oait Alfred lie Vigny, iraneUnd by William
Hasten. Peg. Jan pobllMwd a, d fbr arts by t’PPMflp.R,
> >7 A»eni. un>r the Pt haaie
MOl.AHHKH, frtl libtls. (irinii'W. I. Molaanng,
fmesleby fMVP.NluiR r, At I.F.N A INI
pr.nse n-w crop Potto dlco Pngara, for ante by
far; WII.I.MMH ft l| AX Al.l.
rnm uw N.w iMmm Ftoayuas. fit It.
Hle&lrau Affair*.
Ill *11 ih* pap.r* w* have examined w* mo no mention
ol mjf public adieu of Congress upon our proposition for
P*a«* other loan relerrtri* ilieia. On ih* couiroty, it sp
appear* iio« thin proceeding* of the Wist uli that iba c.ni
initiaa whunt our nwrturw war* Ion* srnoe nlarttf hail
not then reported. The subject came up ou ih* au|*HUou
of Renor Gamboa that the Minister of Foreign Alf.it*
should reply lo "til* inipulations, falsehoods and iqjurMa
don* to ihe Mexican*," contained in ihe measage of the
I'lceidenl of the United Riatea. Renor I’achaco thought It
the duty of the Administration ralhar than Congress to
manage this matter, ttiat was beneath the dignity of Con
gri>« to enter into a newspaper diecumion of Iheir wrong*;
Ihat lhair iiijurra* were to be redressed rather by arms and
victories than the pen; and that there waa no other Heap*
lor their Republic from the depths of disgrace. Uuides,
he Ihou* it enough had already been written ol tho justice'
el tbeir cause.
Senor Rrjou spoke next tnd suggested Ihat if it w*a pro
per to reply at ail to the ra.ssa** of Frcsideni l\,lk, iho pre
sent waa not the moment. A more favorable opportunity
would be presented when the committee to whom Ike Amer
ican overture* wero referred should make iheir report. In
rrpolling throe overture* the commote* niight|*how to the
world that the United States, not Mexico, had been ihe ag
Senor Pachreo rejoined In a hostile drain, intimating
that whatever might b* the opinion of ihe committee aa to
replying lo Mr Polk, th*y could not report in favor of ac
cepting overture* lor peace, because the last dagreo of ig
nominy would be to enter into such a treaty as could now
bemad*—tho terms would necessarily be mosl degiadmg
and shameful for Mexicans.
Rrjon rejoined, expressing himself much of the opinion
of the lonner speaker as lo a peace. It could uol he made
until the whole nation should call for it. We would re
spe.-i such an opinion, bui would always reprobate such
conduct. Ilia design was to suggest, nol that the commit,
tee should report agreeably to this or lhal opinion or in
struction, but Dial in making their report the committee
should give to it ihe lorm of a manifesto, justifying ihe con
duct of Mexico in the war forced upon her by United Stales
aggression. Renor Otero, * member of the committee,
closed tho discussion by remarking that there were vari
ous documents before ihe committee beside* the overture*
ol the United Slates. Thst the romntittee, agreeing in rr.
gard to Texas and the war, lud already labored upon the
subject, but had not yet been able to rotne to a determina
tion upon all the pointa submitted to them. I hat tnordir
to make their report they thought it necrosary to obtain oomo
further J iI j, lor which they had applied to th« proper de
ptrtmcnt; and that as soon as they had received them, they
would prepare their report, by which Congress would ace
that the committee had not looked with indifference nt this
delicate and interesting husmrs.. The suggestion of Se
imr Gamboa was not. therefore, adopted, nor do we find
any lurther mention of the subject in our pa|>ers.
Although letters of the "tith uli. front San Luts declared
confidently that tho army, with Santa Anna at its head
would move the next moruinj in some direction, there were
those in Vera Crux who suspected that Ihe capital was
their destination, raiher than Tula or Saltillo. Surely the
forty or fif y thousand dollars they have obtained cannot
laal them lorqj.
The Mexicans* account of Gen. Minon'a capture- of Ms
jor Borland'* command quite unpretending. They aay
that although it is un mportant in itself, it it a prelude iu
the victories which sro shortly to crown their arms.
A paper says that the enlistment of troop* to form the
c tiitiiand of Geu. La Vega was going on rapidly in the
upper country.
„ w* •">J >n *he Loromottr an energetic appeal to the
Government to provide money to huy provisions for tho
troops III Vers Crux and the castle of San Juan. It culorcca
it* appeal by declaring that during the month of December
last otiicers of companies were compelled lo go without food
a w hole day, and first bleak Iheir fast at night; other* had
bem [orced loseek lltcir discharge because ibey could not
obtain the sustenance necessary lor them ; ami others again
were actually ill from the pangs of hunger. We have a let
ter, which reached us only yesterday, dated aa far back aa
the 17th alt., confirming what we sud yesterday of the short
supply .,f provisions in the cane. And the want of arms
at \ era Crux was felt almost us much a* want of food. For
aomo tunc they have been organizing a national guard in
’ cr* Lruz, and up to the middle of January they had nearly
14,000 tnen enrolled, but had no means ol arming them.
In fine, the numbers who com) forward for the defence of
'he place actually weaken its rapacity to resist attack. A
fow thousand well appointed and well supplied troops wou'd
bo far more efficient, ware all the volunteers sent off to
subsist m some other part of the country.
At Scotcli Town, on Wedueaday, the -JOlli of January
last, by the Uev W V Bower*. Ue.i W Daunt.t., Ksq. to
AnnKi.izabbtr, eldest daughter ol Capt John J Taylor—
all ot Hanover county.
III HI'*—A fl;»t rate I! at k»mtii Apply to
, Tllo. W. ItKCH'kK.NliKnrcil,
ft 87—If_ aNoiili »i *e Haim.
| | I PONS Lump Fluster, |<i't nrnm-el, for
—hi by _fe 87 HENRY FISHER
( ¥11—20 caaka Winter eotar lamp Oil.
tlo (*t*rui Jo Jo.
l-ii.. I nc aaJ for mc by
I-MFhRIAL 1 KA.—120 Holes Imperial Tea,
txnd.ng and for .ale by
*7 __l» \ VENPe iRP, ALLEN A CO.
WOW l»LR....Sportmg, Hltmtmj; aiul Cannon
M. Powder, manufacture 1 by ILs ir i Powder Company, constant
ly f»r sab- by us as Agrnla of the Company.
Ctl.oVEK t*l-: El I—-,'U bb‘s prime Virginia Clover Herd laiding
' and for sale by_ft»» t\ bull, RADON a c .
\I ACKEREL, in al.s.ae lockages, numbers 1,8 and 3 lau ing
■LTJ. and for ante by fe 87 WEEB, BACON A CO
Vi | HlSilKLS prime Clove; Seed, tor sale
V-7Vr by fe 87 FRY A CO.
l I’KRIOR lunniv Flour, lor sale by
^ f«- -~__ _ TRY A CO.
Il^H' M MV K llhda prime Cardenas Molasses
4M kUj riwfrl Cuba **
lor .Hie by fe r. FRY A CO.
^ l L A ltd—Ihllhds prime New ere p Porto Rico
U 50 “ “ dry N Orleans, receiving and for sale by
\\1 RAFFING 1'AI'KK—2000 remits, lor sale
▼ V i.y v i-,~ DAVENPORT, AuLEM a OI>.
usd li'ssiiji.s .Vmtrsir, wake liberal rai li ndvanenj no
conngmuents of l.ioccrin, Shwv, lints. I»ry l.no<K.
Ac Ac; fe *7—lilt
WRI * 1.11 HON IS 'h I If T'N, A c.— Pba subscribe r- Ran
received a supply of th Whiicboue Circular Skirls, mourn
mg .Neck Ties, ani tienMruirn and Ladies 11 lack Kid IlMcs
I* 87 Tilth*. R PRICE A Co.
LOST'—On Shnckno lltll, on Thursday even
ing, between Mi. Itornib'sami the City llall.a IIH.H Kl.VT.
with Her initials of R. E. II engraved on it. The finder will be re
warded by leaving it at the iithce of
ir 87—d9t i; A IIARW.
I oiaf sugar, 'perm (undies, Ar.
| IlALF Holes \Voidscy'a Loill Sugur,
^ ' 3n boxee Hpcriii Can lies. Is ami its
50 boxes Hull A Hem', fallow Candles
5u0 gu inn. Elephuil Rbiarhed *»il—landing, for sa> by
_ h 87 COM- 1NII k ll X\ I M'l IR I
JVI MLS—\\ »• have in aiure and keep constant*
T. * ly ,.n hand hue of all dnsrrtflinns, via—
Illy Nil,Is. “oiimbortnnd" brand
Co.union Nails 3d In tuty
fooilong '• Sd tnlldy
t tit fpore 4, 5, and II inehes
Tobacco bos, tiling and Warehouse Nails.
Also, w rough! and llm*e Macs ol every sire. All of which
we olfer at tin) lowest puce, by keg nr sing), pound.
fr 11 W H A J IHiNNAN. 117, Mamst.
I MS t , ui ibe '1 deal re, or between I but place
■-A ami I he Kt - banc- II,del. ten Thursliy mgoi ih* iaili lust a
una.l Pork, i II K>k, ri.atainuur a goe.J many papers,of considerable
impesrtance to ||»e loser, amt aleo, is .tnnil amount nf money.
Any inh romonn concerning me same wilt ba thinkiully receiv
id, amt a suitable; r. ward given. Communicate with Hu. i flicc
fe st7—.T
luui.nuiAii iiuu.nis.
l.o» ernor *tn rl, o|»|>o*ftt«* ilt< <*o% i rimr'a IIoiiac.
liOO.MS of mwl deiirnbln character, fur (he
B % McroiniiK .». Kim l|r», are now vacant, and may be
u J1 ,,N * • iff ntM Tn—teitt eaa |g umo.nt. i
***** |i 1'imtit room*, ni I tin l»r»j ril • rt l• * remit r ihove *trp|un|
w.H bt- made by II L MR ADR. the vu^enateml nt Thera i« an
« irelb nt ftltite near at tnrel. for the acroinmodiitnin nf thov wl.o
may come in |*r v.ite conveyance. le 97_dfcc.lw
m) nciv
Harper** f’Utorinl Hiblr.
f W, KANIMil.l’ll A CO, would suggest to
•* . si nabnrr.li r«to Harptr.' I'lbieUie propriety <.f completing
Hi, unik be fort H i. too hilt Wo liaer s k on hind .n I ran
»«PP'y lor Hi pinwot any nnmhrr waned.
Wt bind ilii. .pltMli I Honk in • auprtlnr Mylu from II In 11J per
ropy, bookbinding of evny de.enption. and itlank llnnk. k pi for
*»'• and in innfkrtnied lo order, at No HI. Mam turret, by
J w H ANOtll.PII v i (i
Bible*, I*rayer Hwnks. Ac.
JW. RANDOI.I’II dk CO. huvo f„r nale:
• r»b!c* nf alt ptr.ru at pnera fr*m VSe to 9.0
Kpiecopal l*nyer Hooke * *• *• 910
Family Trayoi llnoli», by various authora
llyrnn I'o.iha for all frminnnation of Chriaiiana
A larfr «iock of Theological Hooka. f0 97
ejElv H'll IlOyroN.—The nupertor packet
'chr RAINBOW, Captain H. Riaena, loading nt
Pickfl'niv^mf. Fm fit i,lit or p» uge, apply on board nr to
for I'ri'liiki or Cliarter.
Tho new ftnd nuperior Hrhr. ANDF.S,
*'apt dni.w, tan tarry at.nil 60110 hn.hr • of eorn, now in
rtad new f„r any royngn. Apply in
tr'11 ___ R ANKIN Ik WHITMK K.
l'«r iln* York.
The regular pnekei, 8< hr. (.yni hiu ro,
**a|t Umild, ton like tlld Sue. Tobaren Apply on
board, orlo re *7 RANK IN * WHITIdifK
■’or l‘lilliarl«-l|iliiii.
The I’nrket Hchr. LEONORA. Captain
Winlaim, having a firtlnn nf her cargo engaged, will
liavi dtapaitb Fi r balm r* o' bright apply on board, in Imrk, nr lo
ii a skin * tvmri/irK.
Irinnlr Trnrlitr Mnnted.
I WISII in i ngnge n Lady who understand.
the Frnnrh language Ihorooghly. and i. a good Mii.lt Ttarbtr,
lo rethlt in my family an.l a.»»i in I be done, of a F. mil* Hehool
al me hi'im Ikiti pittety irfen ore. rtnnliid Cnnimoniral ona
nddri.. d lo Ihe under»igned will rereler p ompt atirntlnn.
Til n APl.Fdt,
Ai 97—law.lw R-ot'**ii|r. Aibunirln.
HAVINO diapoaed of my Full and Winter
Rioek. am m r*eelpt nf an entire new work whlrb I ran n l
fot led. than *11 fftnek. Plt**p tali ant eumlne at RKtril a*
tnw* nothing Htore, rornef of Rtthange Hank, |f9 Main Rinat
PHILADELPHIA, Tliumlay, Fob. 2o, 2 P. M. |
Th« I1 lour mirkri |» firmer. Small rile* hav* bc«n
making of I'ruita bunds ai $5,75 to $5.b74. lluldsrs gs.
ucrallg arc unwilling to lake |(M than ihu list Ptmrd fi
• ur**- -jj1'1*®*Corn Meal continue to be made al $4.&Ji
to #4(bS|. The uupleaaan(liras of tho wealhrr has grue
lalljr operated again*! out*d*K>r buaioeaa,
Cmn tain fair rcque.t with .ale. uf yellow ,1 85 to 90
ciejOite 10.41 cu; Ky. 85.87 cu.
Clovcraeod la worth 95,50.
Whiskey 98.99 cu in hhd. and bbla.
... . ,NVW York. f«i». as, 9 p m.
1 ho h our market I. hrm ,„d price. r.lher looking up—
m.o i°KJr „ '>U,'‘U00 b,kU- brand. •< 97, I*m
»*" Th r “'n n°‘ 10 l«r unm.diile
• i h 1 iT«• u **■ ir* ”f 8ou,h*"> brand, m $8 75 to
$0 Sl|; Corn Meal $5 to $5.|*jf *
Th. enquiry for Corn is no. quite *, .ciiv. «nd pnc. .re
t, - °—
The Cotton market U very qu.t,. No iranaaclion. to
notice, price, rather on the decline.
A tala of Raisin, at 91,85 per box.
Whiskey ia not quite so active and list slightly declined
aalea of bbla at Slrt cent* per gallon. *
There is still • good feeling m the market for (irocenea
and Provision*; pricea firm.
Freights arc taid to he slightly on the decline—I'aTtn.T.
■louloii 71 a rk«-l—■'«-!> 99,
The adviciuby the Cambria, arrived late on Saturday
front Liverpool, showing a decline in Flour. Crain and
Cotton in bngland. together With a severe snow storm lu
day Ins prevented much business being done, and the
market 1. in a very mi.-ltled stale. We havu heard ul a
.ale ol 4lH> bhle K.ltimore Hour, since the arrival of the
steamer, al At. j which is a decline ol about J ul dollar_
Northern Corn lias been sold at the Depot ui 91 |,a
winch 1. about 5c less than last week's prices. In Cclton
nothing hn. been done—buyer, and seller. »rr waiting 10
hr.r (lie eireet ol the now. ou tho New Yorkiuaiket he.
tore operating lo any extent.
«l« AI'CTION—CITY MALI.—On Mo.d,, tv.nl.*
av.i ocl.i.k IM Ladira wiU have an Alien in of ibei. rriwvini
•t'Kkoi u-elul .uni fancy article. A. iheir sale- hiceh.en unu-ii
a'l> .lull, mine of iheir |uetiirsi linn*- air MI loo hand Thine in
waalul liindniuie tlttouiar*. Maui, Ar will do well toeall Auc
Uoo lo cloe i al Bl o’clock.
IL/’ A collection will be lakcti ut> in mo Airman Church
next Sunday morning and alt.-mo.ui, for ihe relief of tlio
Irish sullerers.
11/ l.lk<li«‘w I-flip, Ltty Hall—111 cons*-i|urneoof
llie inclemency of the weather for several days past, iho
Ladiea have mat with little success in disposing of Iheir
goods, consisting of various uaelul and lancy articles. ’I In y
con.eniplale continuing their Salve during Ihe weak, ai.d
hopo to bo patronized by a generous pul,lie. Visiters' will
find ri Ireslimeuts to suit the most la-lHli.nl- taste. Ic 34
ituli-LiffUM! Tei.i|>eriiuce .Hecliiig
A lu-eHnp ol lbs Honda of Total Abstinalur. will be l.rll uilho
African (llapiiMj Church. on fnday eveuiaz VUih in-l. i., discu-a
the propriety of a chaugc latlie Ltrsn-e Law. nad to ciicil.te
mem nulls amnrg our cilixenr. prayu* Ute Legist illtii- to |a,s a
law. authorising the question to be tested at Ihe Uailnt It >. Ad
dresses w hi he delivered by un« or more members of 11, |„ gn a
tuie, a a, I other ci.icons ; aad tome inure, ling fief, te ti ng . n ibe
aabjeei. will be pteeanled._ MAUI Cl I i/.H.NB.
O'From the generic came ol ihe -|ud. r n.l.. p,T, ~
word texture is denied; and the web of this insect was uudoubl
the lirsl specimen of wearing which ihe w. rid ever iaw. kude
as the specimen may be considered, it is as n. ar an appr ncli to the
fabrics ef our looms, aaitie crude lem -dirs of the mrly ages aie lo
the Inuaiplis of mod rn phsiiuaey. In the days ol llippocraleia
HKH was dug ai a part culir Haw ofUie menu, and after being -oak
d I" cold water, the fluid was administered In the patient. I run
pare ilus powerlesseffusir n with the happy resalt of e, minnition ant
concentration alimnrd InHasua’BaasaeaatLLa ’I h-detergent and
tonic properties of the rami valuable of all nop. exercise tbiouch
Ibis preparation iheir most per'esl influence ; and the consequence
is. lint all disease-ol llie -km and other integuments, as isrilas
ihoce of llie fle-b and glinls (including Bciofula) yuld readily, in
almost every insta ee. to iu effects.
For further parttculara, and conclusive evidence of its superior
value and eflicaey, see pamphlets, which may be obtained ol stems
•7“ I’reparcd and s«dd, wholesale and retail, and for eipoitalma
by A. It. A D.HANDB. Ilruggi-ta, 100 Fulluu -Heel, corner i.l *Vd
barn, New York sold alai by DUVAL A PURCKLL, Agents, Mam
etreei. Richmond. Va.— Pr.cr, (I i-er tmitl,- or six boiih-s for
WILL ticlivpr one enure* of Lecture* Ttn
Genlhmwa) on Ihd I’HILOBi it’llV AND PHYSIOLOGY
of Ibe ORIGIN OF LIE’K in plains and AairnUa,on
Holiday, Tuesday ami tteduexday next,
din ret, 1st. fd ri it d ad,
ill tin* Concert Koom o( iit«. Ilzr-iian-'c
Ih. us open at 7, ibe Lecture comnirnceat 71 precisely.
JCr Admission 5U els. or a Trcke; ts the a l e:t net «| , ,arb
Lecture is complete in itself.
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corupkie, of every d>*rription, hi* fncrifl* »*n«lirg iheir* tvan'«for
• h»***a will pi *a*r «tite Ihe price on 'heir order* te *7
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