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TliurUay, An gnat 20.
rc THE UJiM f the Female Ee mtvolenl Society attached to the Prtshvurisa Church in this place, intend feolJia i Fair at die Masonic Hall on Fai 9 at of AccctT CotaT, (die 27th.) The nroceeJi a to be p plied to the improve- - - " . J ' a 1 sent ul the is tenor ol we cnurcn, ana to mikin; more romfLtruLle teat. If so 3qJ an object as thU will sot inJuee( a liberal patronage, we are ure that notliing we cm tar would have any effect. thereto.4;, - la our lst we fare notice to our read era dial the bill to incorporate the subacri-h'.-t to tlie Fiscal Hank of the United State, had been if turned to tlie Senate bv the President, with hi objection?. The message containing these objections we have since received ; it will be found jo another column. In thi action of the President, the Whig of the country have b?ea g really disappointed. It was known that on farmer c cession the President ha 1 expressed himself aa opposed to t nation J hank on conalitutional grounds ; yet it was hoped that, M reeorting to tho Father of the geat republican school for ad vie nn.l instruction," he would find in "the light of they glorious example" a rifficicnt warranty to induce him to waive his constitutional scruples, in deference to the expressed will of the nation. But tltoag'i disappointed in this particular, the Whiz are not disheartened ; and a new effort baa been made to fashion a bill that msy 'supply all the valuable purposes of a National Bank, and yet be free from lite objections that caused tlie President to reject to the other. . On Friday lat, in tlie House of Repre sentatives, Mr. Sergeant offered an amend ment to the bill previously reported to that house from the select committee on the -currency, 'which contemplates tho erection of a Fiscal Corporation unlike any hitherto proposed in Congress. In its essential point it differ from the bill heretofore passed by both houses, and disapproved by the President, in the fol lowing particulars: I. The capital in the former bill was to be thirty .millions of dollars, with power to extend it to fifty millions. In the new bill it is to be twenty-one millions, with power to extend it to thirty-five millions. 3. The former bill provided for offices of discount and deposit. In this there are to be agencies only. 3. The dealings of the Corporation are to be confined to buying and selling fo reign bill of exchange, including bills drawn in one State or Territory and pay able in another. There are to be no loans, or what is generally understood by " dis count.' 4. The title of the Corporation is to be changed. ' We hope, from this beginning, that the bill may bo so moulded as to be made ac ceptable to the Whig party, and be approve ed by the President, and that an institution may be thus established that will perform a part, if not all of the important functions of a National Bank, and thereby relieve the country from the curse of a depreci ated currency. The bill 'repealing the Sub-Trcasury, the most odious measure cf the late ad ministration, has been approved by the President, and become a law. The bill to establish a uniform system of Bankruptcy throughout the United States, has also been signed by the Tre tiaent, ami become a law. The bill for the distribution of the pro feeds of the Public Lands, had not been finally acted on in the Senate at the last 4atcs.- Wc are indebted to tho Hon. Wm. A. Graham, of the Senate, for a pamphlet co py of the speech of Mr. Morehead,. of Kentucky," on the Fiscal Bank bill; and also Mr. Washington's speech in reply to Judge Saunders. We are farther indebted to the Hon. R. M. Saunders, of the House of Repre sentatives, for a copy of the Veto Mes sago of President Tyler, In our first page is a portion of the peach of Mr. Morchoad of Kentucky delivered in the Senate of the United States ori the Bank bill; the remainder wilJ be given in our next. It is an able 8poechi ni we recommend it to the at- eaten of our readers, as caatackg ait tLrty cf brVnutica tenJiug to etVah the eaatItuUor.a!iy cf a catloca! lari. Frcra Tennessee we leam that Jjt e, the Whig: candidate for Covcrccr, Us beat Po!k by a Bijority of near C00; asd that the Whig have a majority of on jaral ballot, and ll.erehy will be enabled t lecar the election of two Uaiied State Senators tlie vacancies which they hare tofix' . - In Kentorky, is the Senate, the Whig tar 7, the Loco 2; in the House, the Whig 48, the Locos 10. la Indiana the Loco will prub&lly hare a majority in both houses. - In this state it appears, local questions have had greater weight than general politics." j From Illinois tlie account are too vague to authorize any certain conclu sions. t- , ,: ,. , ., , Tnrnfy-srvrutla Ccugix. trout aasKox. i through wiA aa eiaajbutim t f she teve-!reieJ. tLtb a etcrwar f em emsioajieesiiiiy tft!.e fn-ca-W, taJU ttmt t l-U mUh Licit the 4&t Lad eet- Vi SENATE. Sal are" y. lrail 1 1 The ta from the TTocse to exlrsi h time far issuing Virgiaia outitary land warrants, aaJ Uis bili ia prorkk for the distribution of the sirth censes, were read the third time and parted. , , ' Many of the ntembers being aiaent ca a vih to the United States slap Delaware, litd busioese was doce. The Senate spent a short time in exe cutive session, and then adjourned. luli. f, A-gUr! IS Mr. Clay of ICy. precn:ed the proceed ings cf a meetinr ia the county .f Btck- i ingham, ia Virgiaia. He referred to the procmlinga of a former nieeueg, (compo sed, according to the newspapers cf some 35 persons,) which were presented to the Senate, denouncing this extra set tion and its prominent meaaures he then' said : ThU meeting was held after an extensive notice, and an invitation to all parties to attend. Upon the assemblies aud orean- raj pacM taew ta th iMtre. aad'.ia il i.Itir roib.r4.1 refill m ii9 trruienxt tcUass.J JI-. Ccui 'gxleWi.. J t(u Mr. C. aJrerted to the feet that aoe cjii. r LJ ta4 Aeica Pr !- hi f tuds ffueJ I'm weia egei iojiUe tr bfc r . fir i,m- 4 th prepvauoa of vew liH, aitj, ith-ja.U f tm saffcitA lie it m'u tU r.tU, W ae wo.ld m ttMtrt!i i:ey sti!4 ias.it tie Cfccl Krw UU irki); kJ It jQed ntil.t A MamioTH. Do not think, rentle - mm m fealer, that we are about to tax your ere-. iztng cf this meeting, a committee was dulity with a " paisin; strange" account t "PPinted 10 Jrau?ht resolutions express of ome huge skeleton, tlie remaiaa of etUmonl. aand the majority and . . - ,-, M . ... . .. j the minority of the committee, both pre- agehfyond tlie flood," within the rib ,cmed report. Tliat of the majority was of which band of muicians may be ; adopted by vote of 73 against 4. Tlie enmforubly seated, to strike their notes of. meeting expressed in their resolutions wect concord while epectator gaae in ds- c!r PProbti', National Bank, and . . , . ... . , their hope that one will be tablithed lighted wonder and alaurauon. Though durinj the present aeion of Congress; the mammoth of which we are alout to J and their conviction that tlie Sub-treasury sneak tra Jug out of the earth, we opine pernicious and anti-republican mca it ta not tlie more remarkable on that ac- Lttr! wn,.ctt tUf,f noP,u M tlie consideraUon of the Senate. The coant; and w shall not attempt to prove ! h? "f!?"? Zf wndmeut. didnot vary in prinriple from its antiquity. Nay, our mammoth is tlie bation of tlie other prominent measures more remarkable for having been the pro- of this session the distribution of die out tedr teg buss! la aay casae rwpect- iegU a&td h ihattll see li$ precis forrs, M.iC. fpifeJ his Lipe that they wouJ go on, and reair it as perfect aa.Sergtitt-!-5rbs U dlrrrtrd ittaIy ta pMUe. And te concur! coa-'eeitr the gIiry u4 aiett lb Cradrta. g-ttuhting the country on the cnay ia- j TLere was a capptny t-f. sasai rpeesl' ortaat mtwuares whkh haJ been carried ciiiti a to ibiUrv, atbobad at paiU diivegh bodi housea daring the present Jijwd im ibis tak on'rj, and ttirf extra session, and expreuuiz lis hope - would pi.toat U iaJiiJ.i bo bad. dut, if not bow. at die regular sefekn TUrit.Ci.iwfclJ (!" tHr iLsi!.d m. romtUiir.g might be done to pt Hie cur-. Liss in th jr rnre t-f a King ; aioi rency of die country on a sure and solid th. i iSie premri o( hc iJenkte, nj and latiifjctorr bais. , , !dunig !.t iradia of ao eaeru e- Sir. Rirea &2owed ia support cf the sae, ihry bi bJ the effrni'ry ta in views of the President J iU ntt txly tin bti) let Le PidrM Some explanations were made bHweea if th Umoo. . t . these two grndemcn; afr which the: Mr. fjan re, bet jeddrd tt . qaesuon was taaea on uie passage ci Lte; Air. Kit, bi re at iht siai saw- bill, andtthere were, yeas 29. nay S4.meit. and sai l that if thn hd been an Tliere not being the constitutional roajo- hiiug u asi have been very fertly ul rity of two-diirds ta Tavor of the bill, it" u red. fur it bad ant stivk b's ear. . wasofrours; finally rejected. , - J. Xli H.nun. 1 I eil it disimnlj. I tMt Kzt 10. Mr. Kirs lurU thai no AeeticM ri T1.ebiaorevireandextendlheha!", Alibrrairly intred to mk ter of the banks of die District of Cohin-. ' I hi. f Miffiran ol the B-p ut hr; and bia, as amended by the House of Rep- ! f iad ti'oogtii e air and in a tescntau've. was takrn op, and. after a "-went rrscnearnt. bren tlore.U few explanatorr remarks from Mr. Mer. rick, and a reply against die bill by Mr. Benton, the question was taken on con curring in the amendments of the House, and derided ia die aCrmative, yeas 21, nays" 14. The Land B'U was taken up, and amendmrnt after amendment pressed on duction of this (so our father say) dege- Pieced or the public lands, the bankrupt , n, rr.'l. ilaw, &e. And they denounce, in severe nerate age. . But the matter of fact. j cms j. wid W e received yesterday morning, from a well-known houor. probity, and good female friend in this place, a white mam- faidi of Virginia, all attempts to violate nio Ji Best, weighing six pound and a pigged faith of the nation, by repeal half, and measuring twenty-two inchca in loV - u"?' gran!cABOfdekra11 the. fo.rms . , . ...... . and with the audionty of the constitution. circumference! and wuual pcrfcdy aound Mr c naved lhat e proceedings of the and of delicious flavor; at least so we j jdge meeting be laid on the table, and printed, fioin its appearance. The kind friend; Mr. Wright presented memorials from will plcaie accept our thanks for the fa vor. - , ; . 'fire or six importing houses engaged in the business or jewelry, watches, Lc. re presenting diat an increased duty on those articles would lessen the revenue, owing to the facility with whieh they are smug gled. They say that 5 per cent, would f add more to die revenue than the 20 per Laid on the table, SUPREME COURT. Derisions have been made in the fol lowinz cases since our last notice: Rirm, C. J. ia den ex dent. Bur? win ' eenL rontcmDlated. c. Dcvereux, from Jones ; affirming die and ordered to be minted. judgment below. j The Senate then proceeded to the or- mmm a a ft . a a at AUom MaddeU r. Hewitt, iniquity, 'dcra of the day, beinsr die bill to distn from Orange; directing a decree for tho bute the proceed of the public lands plaintiffs, and a reference to the Master, j among the states. Also in Herron r. Cunningham, in) Mr. Clay ofAlah. offered an amend Equity, from. Haywood; reversing the ment, upon which a debate ensued in decree, and dismissing the bill with costs, which Messrs. Smith of la. Benton, and butwithout prejudice. Clar of Ala. participated.. - Also in Mebaner. MebancinLquity,! rphe President's secretary, Mr. John trora Orange, dismissing die bill with, Tyler, ir. now appeared, havin? made his cost. - I wav with some difficulty through a crowd Also in Williamv v. Powell, in Equity, which surrounded die door of the Senate ; repeal anv state law for the relief of in- from Johnston; directing a decree for the chamlwr, and delivered a message from solvent debtors, or to alter or repeal any aome that had been negatived more than once before. . At 0 oVlock, the Senate adjourned. after having been in session eleven hours. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. M.Miiv, Aig i IS. A number of petition and memorials were presented and appropriately refer red. The Census bill was taken up, and the amendments ordered to be engrossed by a vote of 121 to 63. The bill was then read a diird time and passed. The Bankrupt bill was then again ta ken up in committee of the whole, and the debate continued. Mr. Holmes of S. C. addressed the committee in opposition to the bill ; and Mr. James of Pa. Mr. Sergeant and Mrt Howard in favor of it. The committee then rose and, reported progress. TusJy( A;ul 17 The Bankrupt bill was again consider ed in committee of the whole; after which the committee rose and reported die bill to the house with an amendment. Ia the house, Mr. Clifford moved an amendment offered by him in committee, in the following words: Provided further. That nothing in this act contained shall be construed to alter or rv sur the President wtild be tlel.s indmduol u rernt it: l.e w. koovn in be inlfavnr of albiaing every ehxen the amlrt Hwpjf uf opinion aud of speech: and tlie rspre.ti.f ( oispprbs'ion !ud out be t-fa inrln! rharae.ier, and sa thei set Bird l he sue UimbU.tvrn. Iieiber any hisses had been tittered at all. lie" lifjirii bia friend lrm Missouri ublu e'Ueui in ilie wstier br crt-t4, iMr-ed Li bp ili ti e.0-" H - U-f nm wMi A t rrJ, ' S $!r K. M. Rie, M. IJa. Mr. ; PretWfi. lit. i!l-,tt(t Mr. W!lr,l-' iflf avkavs psrtia the dWj dUtf T ' rarra.tina wheh --.: - ilf. teat M liatwa iffwiot J ikai iUe 'iMi!i f't aMha4ct'iU turn" dtUttae L-d l.naiil, a4 ' a-w i ruly, ihw h .! dtrt h t' oSVoe. teif)r J .il rotjir.tt. n ' for K. If r. B.' smuaji had. in lci, ka-it ewo4i(i mhU ibt ai qHe-tiwa a Aid ht otJd ut ' l'it !. htR was sfrrj ia t y " gi-etal ta tn: . .... ..':-: . - TUB - . felarsaa'X, a 4 ta. ; ri mi .4 00 a 5 00 , 4 .J5 a 8 CO 1 20 a 1 2? 1 25 a I 2a Cotton, : , Tobacco-Lugs, " Leaf, ' Wheat Red, . S White, 1 Died, on the 4sh of July last, "iff Bliaoie IIitRisoaf SxiTa9 esq9 Attorney i Law: hie ct UariUnd Venooat. f . fc . T)auf ffiaw WMpi'.fjMrwaJi a lit ttrAffiAv In nay wooo county, i ennessee, on me i ;n ultimo, of consumptir.a, Mr. Cus&lcs II. M ciHOLUsa, eon of the late Hagh Mut- land of ihi eannlv. in t 25th vear of hi age. The deceased wa? highly es teemed for hi integrity of character and Mr. Bei.M d tHr.a '.. a.,rt of n7 miltb, nd during-hi doubt about i: he bad herd it widi hi,lo"g and painful sickness his patience and wa - eats: and so had ihr Senators , resignation rave a consoling hope to hi round him. No matter hat Pier- .;,!,. .1.,. ,rt.A ,h Ah hf TenV-" tnl tniatu k ti.i.us.t ha m.l.l ! . . -. . . . - ntt waive the i Ik lit itf th Senate lt proirrt itself lrra rnnierapi. Mr. B. nuld ' btiiig it to a queatioa id f.cu No man ahrndd be ieroittrd to doubt whether he (Mr. B.) bad beird th hi sui(. He bad eun. to the Senate per lred to expert such outrae: he came tian." Weekly Aluiauac. august, -i.aia.killii- 20 Thursday, 27 Friday, esrertieg tu Lear th PreaiderTt i'lanUrd oft Satiir.law i. K.rfc k..n... i. .1.- ..n-. ti. plaintiff, and a reference to take the pro-, the President, returning the bill for the per account'. charter of a Fiscal Bank, with hi objee- Also, in Steele e. Christian e. Horton tions thereto. , . an! Thomas, in Equity, from Yancy;! The furdier consideration of the land affirming the judgment below. J distribjtion bill was thereupon informally Also, in Stewart e. Garland, from Ma-1 passed over, to be resumed to-morrow; con; affirming the judgment below. ani the message was read at the eecreta Also, in Going v. llich, from Davie; table, u will bo found ia another reversing the judgment below. ( part of this paper. Gastox, J. in Cameron and Mordecai i f r. ciat? of Kv. after a few observa- e. Commissioners of Raleigh and others, tions, in which he staled the course which in Equity, from Wake; directing a decree the constitution has prescribed for these in favor of the emancipated slaves. J occasions, moved that the Senate would, Also in Moore t?. Auderson, in Equity, to-morrow at 12 o'clock," proceed to con front Orange ; dismissing the bili with gjder the President's objections to the bill;, costs. j and that, in the mean time, the executive Also in Jones and others r. Paschall, communication just received, be laid on in Equity from Granville; declaring that the table and printed ; which motion was the construction contended for by the in- ?reed to, and, at die suggestion of Mr. lant defendants, K and JU Jones, is mo clay of Ala. 0,000 extra copies ordered true construction oi tno wm. enen law exempting certain goods or chatties from attachment, execution, or distress..- , . Tlie question being taken, it was decid ed in the affirmative yeas 99, nay 06. The bill and amendment were then, on motion of Mr. Underwood, laid on the table yeas 110, nay 87.- - . f V. duH., Auc.i.t i A tiy b.t bullies in th gallery H had tidri lis friend thl they neaer e iuld have abi.kqeiiuilruiedin f ongrrss Midi .! bating iL body insulted euher by rUpj'in or histiiigi and lie had told them beforehand that, as sure as he should lirtr th Pretident insulted by bank ruf fians and bullies, he would rte in hi place and lae ihem seiavd and brought iw the bar. , , During all 'his lime a man, who seen ed lo be under the uflueiice f hquor. continued tt make a distuibance by vio lent expressions in favor of In oiesg, crying out "Yes that's right so d ri ii, Benton Reporter, put thai d.iwn no d il lore doctrines here no chains marvel a'l gag me.' i air. IJenloii pauel an uiatsn'. 1 here. Mr. President, I hear the same toice now! The me bank ruffian i uttering bis in sult nw. Mr. Walker. I bear ihe same voice. I are the man: thera ha t!l What. sir. a National Bnkt 1 a Na tional Bank lo be our master? I a bank io intuit iJ. Scbuie and to iuault the Pre- fidrntf . Are we to b iotulitd hereby the myrmidons of a National Batik! It is an indignity not tn teiiW rt d! l must be rlieekel. and checked at nin e, or hliHiii ba t bank ruffian coining here w th arms in iheir hand t threaten Sr- 29 Sunday, 30 Monday, 31 Tuesday 1 Wcduesdat a sum i)U,;en-go r sf S 31 6 29 X i 22' 6 28 3 33 6 27i r m It OH 'O l" J . t 3 35 6 25,1 : 5 . . . x a t w 3 36 S 241 Also in Spach c. Long, in Equity, from Stokes; order on the exceptions. " Tucsly. Aneit 17. The bill for the distribution of the pro- ja a i a a .1 2- c ir l rvm cecua oi me pudiic tanus was wruicr voir ; Also ill f u n uuraiii in U4U111, nuiu, , 1 i ; . J Mecklenburg; declaring that there is JMdered, and wme unimportant amend- The consideration ol the l'restdent E On motion of Mr. Gamble the vote ofi ' hi-fl r. I am ready, her or eiewnere, 10 uirotiie uie monster. 1 lie P(M'entT mes-ge shall not be thu in-siibedl tilt lit ror in the decree below. 1 1.. t . fnnLhimnrv a.tiitnin CrAtYl Caswell : afTtrmlnir the iudtrtnent below.i objections to the Bank bill, was, on mo- . a " . 1 Also, in Fortesctio v. batterthwaite, from Beaufort; grandng a new trial, i Also, in .Redman v. Roberts, from Iredell; granting a new triid. Daniel. J. in Hauser e. Dellinger, from Lincoln ; directing a new trial. v Also in Ennis v. Leach, in Equity, from Johnston; directing a decree for the plaintiff. Also in Pceplcs v. Tatom, in Equity, from Guilford; directing the bill to be dis missed. Also in Moore v. Reid, in Equity, from Rockingham; directing the decree against the plaintiff and his surety for 91,000 to be reversed, and the residue of the decree dissolving the injunction to be affirmed. Also, in- Duncan v. Duncan, from Burke; allirmiiig tlie order of tho Court below. Also, in Walton e.Tomlin, from Ashe; affirming the judgment below. Also, in Davis v. Campbell, from Robe son; reversing the judgment below. - : Jialcigh Register. ' The Expiating jrpf (iwn The eor respondent of tl.o BUtintur Republican.' under date of Valparaiso tie Chili, 5ih Aprd, say: "Our lat advices from the Sandwich Hands, by a easil arrived al hi port a few day ago, IVfuhe United States Exploring Squadron there, filtni( for a rrii'te to thdumbia river and the North west coat ; from ihencs it i ex ieeed they wilt again proceed toward he Srt.rth P.ile. and return home by .way I th Cape f Wood Hope. ' . - v . tion of Mr. Mangum, ptstponed until 12 o'clock to-morrow. S - r ; VeJiieibyHAngHt IS. The consideration of the Presidfnt'a objections to the Bank bill was farther postponed until 12 o'clock to-morrow, on motion of Mr. Berrien. '-: The Land bill was then again taken up. Mr. Benton's amendment to increase die allowance to the new states from 10 to 12,1 per cent, was negatived yeas 14, nays 27. An amendment offered by Mr. Fulton produced a long discussion, but no ques tion was taken. ' A message was now received from "the other house announcing the passage of the bankrupt bill, with amendments. The amendments were then" taken up, Which, after having been briefly explain ed by Mr. Berrien, a debate ensued, in which Messrs. Buchanan, Walker, More head, Calhoun, Benton. Cudibert, Clay, of Ky., Allen, and others, parUcipated; when the question was taken on agreeing in the amendments, and carried in the af firmative; and the Senate then adjourded. J - ' Thuraday August It. , -The question came Hp to-day at 12 o'clock, on , considering dw executive cominunioation con taining the Presidant' objections to the biH. chartering a Fiscal Bank.; ''.Y. Mr. Clay addressed the Senate id eve ry eloquent speech in vindication, of the course of the Sanate in relation to the bill; and particularly that in respect to the 13th or compromise section.' After going esterday by which the bankrupt bill was aid on the table was reconsidered. . ' The vole was then reconsidered on Mr. Clifford amendment, and after relieving the bill from it, the bill was read the third time and the question being put, there were, yeas 110, nays 100. So the bill passed. -; ':" 'r-"';" The bill from the Senate to continue for a limited period the charters of the bank in the District of Columbia, w as considered, and passed its third reading- yeas 108, nays 58 and was returned to the Senate with an amendment. I t ' TioiraiUy, A"j!'il 19 The Fortifications bill, returned from die Senate with amendments, was taken up in committee of the whole. The amendment of the Senate were agreed to, and also certain other amendments report ed by the committee of ways and means. The committee then rose and reported the bill to the house. '" Friito, Aiisuet 80. Tho resolution sometime since offered by Mr. J. G. Floyd relative to the M'Leod case, was again debated during the morn ing hour, and then postponed until Mon day. . The Fortifications bill was considered, and the amendments of the Senate amend ed, ordered ;to be engrossed, and ent to the Senate for concurrence. SCENE IN THE SENATE. At die roe of the reading of the tues S'ge in the Senate, taya4he Reporter lor the National Iutelligencei, there waa a slight expression f plinie 111 the gentle, men g tilery, by striking on the floor with cmrs. which waa instantly followed by one or two rather faint hisses. Several Senator rose itnultaneou1y, and the aonoious voice of Mr. Sevier, of Arkansas, wa hjard loii'JIy demanding that thi gallerica be shared.' Mr. BeniCH tose at th cam time, ap parency under awong excitement, and aiatvd that there had been bia in the gallery.' -v-, At this moment all aaks. whether ol approbation' of the contrary, itomedittoly Mr l'renn snid he agreed Senator from M iouri. that, if an v out ard niartifeaUti-iti nf ap-rohaiion or duappro- bation of what wa id or done upon that floor, in the buhlio. buines ami dtbate i( the Senate, cane to the knowledge of lhat body, it ought immediately ! take rugnizanVe f the fact. It w a a contempt of ihe Snate,'aiidiiightimuediairly lob ptini.hr d. For liimelf, he had not heard any sueh exr ioti at thi time, but hi leeling had rej-eate dly been wounded on foimer MdHons h occuneiics of this kind. He irueied an invsiigaiion wauld be had, and ihe proper puniitrnient would te awarded. ' ; Here the mjeantat at ma en'ered the glery. and our noisy diend was rciiod and Uken into custody. f Mr. Bur lunan observed that this was a tdemn and mouienlni occaion crt sis, perhaps in ihe pidi'icid biinuy of the ftoiisirv. lie vontd nut but aoiipo that evtry American eitiaen here prent must be loo sensible of the dignity attached to il.e chr4Cier of a freeni 111 io jTvinit iiim sell deliberately to in-t h any puiiioo'ol ul the (iovernmi nt. Mr. B. bad. indt ed, dutircdy head a hi. but the sound wa not hold, nor was 11 prolongril; it had, on the conliaiy, bttn arres'ed in a moment j.arily. it was pmbiible, br the prompt riMi of th Senator from "Miaouri. anJ liarily by the native good sene of ihe in ilividiral iheniele. through they might, for a moment, lue been surprised out ol iheir iiroprietr. Il he nosred th pow er of pesuaion, he aould ask the Sena nor from Mtuuri to witudraw hia mo lion. Mr. Bent'tn. Nevei; ao help m God. ... Mr. Buchanan said he regretted 10 hear to decided an. expression of ih Sf n tor' purpose, lis ba rather, at all events, that the Seuat should now pro ceed with the serinu bnine ia hand, and hae this matter for the present The discussion was further continued by Mr. Linn, whoeandidly admitted that lie had heard a well marl Ol approoaiton a bisse in the gallery. Mr. Merrick, a'lat fefeninc to the io- viv.trtnTi!' ... Chatham Property, m. mm a. m , ILL b ifTer4 fr al. on Tueadiy h ' Uthdy ( September next, Hi Proper- . ty of the ubt-r'iber, via, ,,'. That large and comnodiou D willing llouae built in 1837, wall contracted, itt. " eil ia a fi-ie gruve, about half a mile Km the village ol riurburetith, b ivinf a cniaiaMhng View ol lb ame and ul in lurrouiiuinf ojUh; tiy, all I lie neecmry out Vtiiliiin;,! puHiB or 1 icclliiil wier, -fcrmr irtlcitf two orchard of choice (im tree, and about (even acre of land attached. . ; All the Uoutthuld and Kitctun Fur niture. . 't , . .. . . " , ' Alo a number f valuable youi g N. ror, one of t'uent an rxretlunt cook. " Ato. a valuable Farm, in a high state if ruluvation, about Iwe mi-'e from PiltsUo 'nnfh, on Hie Cliapel Hill road, cnutaimni 800 acre, about 7i of which are In wud 10 in meadow, well eel witb btrd grata a gooj Stotk ftm. ' " . . Al, all th Slock. Farming fmple'? mnl Crop, if,8- 4eH rnnrietina i part of lorn, Uai. Pa, May, F(lder, &c, t Two four-horae wsgaps.oneoae herae waffon, one earl, one larie baroucbe. hrnr for drivin difTi-rent niatbiuc. a pa if of irun jrry hot-, will broke tn any Kind of titrnett, peitectly pnt'e, about five foet high, and lf yrai old ai-xt princ; an aorre, 00 niulr, vtft' Jod cow a, liaf AjraUire lieifttf, hge pf the iuiiroed Berksliiie, no bhe Betil'md and Snap breed, a half blood Ayraliire but), beautifully spotted red and white, IS innili o'd; a oninber of F iougb, kc. &. , ; Conditipn of sale, sis mooll credit, aelea with appro veJ setaiiiy. Peravn iel ing view tlie prptrty pn vit.u to Hie day ef te, can H ao at aiiy tinie ' , - "' In case uf raia, the aal ail. take plac on the next lair d-ir. 1 - ' .- . v .- HENRY A. LONDON, ' Pat .boroujftj, Aug. II ,87- ta 1 Land for Sale, ON Tuesday I'e ?8tli f September next ar Wm. Trit e' Stex e, will be old 4ie tjaf-t '" li,dn w'licli the eulicrriber live. '(! the o'd Rjle'i R'd, ren rnil finm lliIUt'.n(i u;ri, on Pond' Creek; Ihe sale mill be en a liberal credit. ' i ' 1 hie treel eoatain 858 arrp; one half mt , wl.ii or more) ia wood 'and ( exi-ellrnt ana- . lily; nun-h of the cleared lard ie yood; it Vae upon it 19 or 15 acres of first rat Meadow" lnd, a good Oahard, and as xi-el!eot JViil aal. . , - ' - i x-.t ' A good til'e will be given by the nereoa wl e pun hacd llu land, when it wa o!d "n.y UM'VCI ! W.IU1I " " " ...... ( - u . p . JAMES RA1NEY... AngnattX - - , n ,fc7-" Stray. CTVtKEN on bv William L ather. liviee f ur- teen mile ath ead frrnn tiilloboreiigh, and entered oa lb. Stray Book ef Orar ceiwitf oa the lath of AJ"M, 1641, a Itvia ilOIlSF., fia tWt iiigh, ai.d lurin oi tmavn yaare high. Vatard at thirty fine dellart. .' JOHN A". FAUCETT Ranger Attention! ; To the Ccmmisined, non-totnmitsion eJ OJkerittnd ilusieiant.of the 48X7 Resment of Forth Carolina MilUia.'l WoU. are h rcby cornmandei tvt attend at Djvid -letane'a, sa Saturday the ISiai of Sapleoiber, at It o'clock, aqeippcd attoiding to la, for Uiut Master and Court. MatUi; aal ednedav the 33d of September, yea wtl attend, with ynnr rcapictive Com paqii, al H'olrk, (e,aipped according ! tew. with six tnd f powir. Inr revkw.' By order of the)-Brigadier Geoerat f the aiatto Brigade of Nrjh Carolina Milkia. r T . THOMAS JONES, CW. Com. ' A us isi Si. . - " . . B7