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Vol. xxi. : . , , iaBa' UMUN. THE CONSTlTUTinw in . ! ""-nui uuAuuuntf ur UUK LIBERTY. TIUUAV, OCTOHEU 7, IK4I. y heart. I fell at if I could go throurh Ere and water for her. I arrived at the county low on a cool October eventr . The ma u crowded, for a. w to commence on the following day. I knew no one. and wondered how f . stranger and a mere youngster, was to f tUs K kLiUcktr. TIIE POOR LAWYEB. I ha J takea my breakfast and waa trait ja (or my bora, when pasting op and down lite piaxxa 1 saw a young girl seat .j .... .).- t .i r . She w ery pretty, with auUra hair il n crowd 104 1 and bloe,eye., and was dressed ia whilfcl5'25K lJ,ubL? T" " I had seen nothing of the kind since I had ' 11,22, . ft v ew w . Ml Richmond, and at that lime I wae too & tether on inch occasions, ranch of a boy to bt struck by female 'l-,! WM ae drinking going forward, b.-aatT. - She was so delicate and dainty j 7 ? . B0 1 altercation, looking.aoiirentfrom rhehale.boxom.1 JS n"4 lhtrooia 1 V0BSh Irowa girlt of the wooda-d thea to C2 0 fcUow! .who Pdy toxi white drees! Itwasdaiaiing! Never was' " Wmaa.- He tame swag, a poor youth so taken by turprUe, and ""f 7 menA&aei me as he pass, suddenly batched. My heart yearaed !?, 'if" Z uf t . knowher. but how wail to aeost her! J? e "T1 1 nn' I haJ growa wild ia the woods, and had ' fif "H'U". I on,cnt IIul r . . . uuc" "ugn snaaes oi t&e ' w : , a. none of the habitude of polite life. Had she been like Peggy Pugh, or 8ally Pig. nsro, or any outer oi my leautera dresfed bellfs of the pigeon roost, I should hare approached her without dread; nay, had she been as fair as Shun daughters with their lojkhg-glas Lickeu, 1 shoald not hare hesitate J; but that white dress, and tVue auburn ringlets and blue eyes, and deliratft looks, quilt daunted while they fascinated me. I don't know what out it a a m Mm tain my nei, but 1 tfiought all at ince I would kiss her! It would uke a long ac- aia:ance ia arnre at ruen a Doon, but 1 mi;ht seize apoa it by aheer robbery. N'jbndy knew me here. I would just step in ann sna:cn a tiM, mount my bone a tJ ride off. She would not be the worse far it; and that ki oh, I should die if I did not get it. I gave no time for the thought to cool, but entered the houne and stepped lightly iato the room. She was seated with her birk to the door, looking nut of the win djw, and did nrt hear my approach. I tapped her chair, and she turned and look ed up, I anatched as sweet a kiss as erer was stolen, and rani t hod ia a twinkling. The next moment I was on horseback, galloping homeward, my rtry heart ting ling at what I had d we. After a variety of amuting adventures, Ringwood attempts the study of the law, in aa obamre settlement in Kentucky, where be dclred night and day. Ralph pursues his studies, occasionally argues at a debating sociity, and at length be comes quite a genius, and a favorite in tits tyes of the married ladies of the village. I called to take tei one evening with no of these la lies; when to my surprise anJ somewhat to my confusion, I found there the identical blue eyed little beauty whom I had so audaciously kissed. I wat formally introduce! to her, but nei ther of us bctrayel any signs of previous ac luatntance except by bluihing to the eyes. While tea was getting ready, the lady of the ho;ie went out of the room to gira some directions and left us alone, lfcaren and earth, what a situation! I would have given all the pittance I was worth, to have been in the deepest deil in thi forest. 1 felt the necessity of saying something in excuse for my former rude ness; I could not conjure up an idea, nor uttet a word. Every moment matters were growing worse. I felt at one time tempted to do an I had dime when I rob bed her of the kiss holt from the room, and take to flight; but I was chained to the spot, for 1 really longed to gain her good will. At length I plucked no courage, on eee- hand anJ invitadone to diink, and found myscii quite a personage in this rough as semblage. - The next morning court opened' I T I to, and wish I. be Willi ihro I a iir- afterwards sold for two hundred dollars 4 f mf ek.i... mri:.AA t I IVtfvJ-If I reWato ,oe. will e . "u031" kl0? ' more on tU riBiaUi' wi.hi. the Ut it- money and with more delight. I locked d! oold not trust too wo the door of my room, p3ed the money ia I Ws To a heap upon the table, walked around it, I wiij lrr. w WI13 DV CinoW OB thA hLT. nA wnw 1 Ct.-.l ir . . - - vvimcf ii II'NB'I V h6Knd Piei Pa to uke ycr r Wat I Amkm or the moaeyl No I U your pl.ee. if t.m i was tlimkinr of av little wif and hm. JL m f . . Aaoiher aleepleas night easued, but e.HiiinSe t'.oughotit the scene what a Olfht of rolden fLnM ani .r,! . ... . . - - -f-" .imwiwim pc'u u if mi jet Hl'i Fiiifo will an rttaios. snd b hung hokll ! return, eg poe) Tslf SWhnt fakB avaa.l As soon as mornin? dawned. I ZV- mo?D,,,lltborreih?MJi during h.MI le. sii..ai. bs i. Ieom.toJeouVnJ lhe f-l.l-lto siUii bis compare, other which I received as a fee. All the eior,f by he Le.tirif if 'At breast and J ' wgnunc rayaeii wiia Uio bis itpi(. aa ibnugt, the rope were al- rtoughuofsurpnw lhadwatoreforray ready about Uia aerk. thai h. i iU al i u t0 Ui y?ig waaa- .11 rjs. w turord lo hi he rr- but that I should spend all the money I overs, and with tha u.o.i composure had borrowed and return in debt. soJ 6rce... r.,li,. Our meeting was iorous as too mar tLJaill h... .;r. .k-.t.t oppose: but I played tw part of the la- mother It is more fitl.a ahould lit than Ciaa hunter, who, when he returns from 1 eonent lo to uke lua chains, and took mv Bffaf amnnir 1i l.w.-. k... t I M"7 " " '"J ww v""c nBT 'w unie speaxs or his abide his fete Itl him zsl JhZ L?ee wait tZft HjUCCeM- irusUcmed , Coonrf-B. ,l.3S d, no. dereW. w.a where business was to come from, for me, and while it was getung read. I youueLra aUr a. TaW I Wi.i pit toSTarlJlTwTL' min w" ,Mtfd oU faK',nneJ ltlJii put to the bar, charged with passing coun- one comer, and began to count over my II.d!i d,r. the !esih f a i!o!! icneit money, and was asked if he was monev and nut it urv Kits A lt:.i. . a I ready for trial. lie answered in the ne- gatirr. lie !iad been confined in a place where there were no lawyers, and had not hail an opportunity of consulting anr. He was told to choose counsel from the ! court' me oeiore l hsa finished, and asked ma dims ere !en taken to the armory, who I had collpeted the money for. ,rn iltc ch4ns ware iranaferrcd to H-iU-or myself, to be sure," replied I li. and in bTteea mmueu alter, Ta!of a. im auectea CvK)ines; "1 made It at oa hi j .urney. Yeaterday s metsengm ..:...a bl a V. t m . . the following day. lie looked around the face incredu buslr. I trid m k.n , ...a ' ' ..' .. ' aAHMlnnBHiia a. .1 1 W 3 . B . . court and selected me. I was thunder. ' countenance and play the Indian, but it irui-; i coma not ten wnr ne snou a woutu not do. m mnM. tnn i ri.... ! . .. ... J it-io I iuii iiutii man niwirv in next day. L 1. a '.. I. . . . .. 6 .,...v,-,wm..6- ,.inS..u.,UUCB!a,rwy, mh .iroiu, an4 what Blake it mora stcr, unpracticed at the bar, perfectly un-! I caught her in my arms, laudied. cried. ra.n.,khi. .1..- - i -... .... known. I felt diffident, vet delighted. ! and danced about the mom lika a erasv aiir ,.r n..nn.. .H.l !,.;. : .1 htt. ftliaraMkd that . m n 1 I mM I7m,h 1. . . a . e I - . and could have hu?ired the rascal. Before leaving the court, he gave me one hundred dollars in a bag, as a retain tng fee. I could scarcely believe my senses, it seemed like a dream. The hea viness of the fee spoke but lightly of the man's innocencebut that was no affair of min. I was to be advocate, not indite III,! roan. 1- roin that time forward we never wanted money. From ili lUrltnit Coaiir. A SCENC IN FLORIDA. 1 wi'nied a scene a few i'va aro. which. ii my humtle opinion, puis the !one whom he considered of uire coute story of O'Hioii and I) thiss quilt in the q"snre than lumoclf. Pythias placed A rartr ol Indians were recent- tue titinoi laitli in the promise of In in . the one ease, a eirunc and devoted friendahip existed between the parties, while in the othrr there sppeais o aurh felmg. hut the Sacrifice nflVrsd by Ilola li aro;e from a purely n.tbs and disinte rested mnu nr inn I rnllnM-auf him ik. :.:f a, I I : ;"- v ja, iiu naue. a party ol Indians were recent- e utinoi laim in me promiae .-ani.-u i n .n au uia panicu ars in tne - Centered by some f our lr.M.pa. who Inend lo return si the tune appointed.! - a . . we; front tl.enc? I went to the clerk'e .ueceeded ... c.piur.ng th.ee of the war offjee , and took minutes of the indictment , jr., (,e ,etl the pny, couMting of ' I then examined the law on the subject, I ,et men and aevrral women snd child- and prepared my brief in my room. All this occupied me until midnight, when I went to bed and tried to sleep. It was all in vain. Never in my life was I more wide awake. A host of thoughts and fan cies kept ruahin? into my mind; the show er of gold that had so unexpectedly fallen mio my up, tne idea oi my poor little wifo at home, that I was to astonish with my good fortune. But the awful re sponsibility I had undertaken, to speak for the first time in a strange court, the ten, numbering in all about twenty, fled. The eapiivee were brought in thia Uce, where ihey were inteiregaled by the Colonel, during with it at discover ed thxtlwoof them had been concerned ii iriling an-J burning a mail rider, some time in March Ut. They were tolJ that for ihis conduct of tltcirt!iey would be hung in fifteen djs, unlets within that time the iet of ihcir people should come in. They were ihn placed in chains. and were permitted to aend nut the third m if ranahl Tr tarn, lima i irn tn rmirt. tit? her equally confused with inveclf. and anj went there with a throbbing henrt. walking desperately up to her I exclaim-: i hve if it ha(1 not hoea for the thoughts expectations the culprit had formed of my I mn of their panr with a talk to bring in talents; all these, and a crowd of similar j the rest of their people, while they the n nouous, kept whirling through my mind, .tires were committed to the guard. The I tossed about all night, fearing morning m,h thus ami o.ii returned in fie dys, would find me exhaust d and incompetent brininr with turn a warrior bv tha name in a word, the day dawned on tne, a 0f IIoUu I'.xico, and some wome-i and miserahle fellow. children, annng whom were the mother I got up feverish and nervous. I walk- j and ustrr of o e of ihe pri.oners, whose ed out to breakfast, striving to collect tnv ! nme it Tah.f lladjo. The scene that thoughts, and tranquilize my feelings. It j f. ll..wed mav be dmmatixed thus: was a bright morning the air was pure Scene, an' o.en court in Ir.mt of tha and frosty I bathed my forehead and my Commanding Olh 'er'a qimt-r. Indians hands in a beautiful running stream, but are c'iai-oered seated under the Ireet, I could not allay the fever heat that raged aaM)iig them lL lU Pixico (Pyihias.) on within. I returned to breakfast, but could ; the trras. in the Indian posture: Tah.f not eat A single cup of coffee formed j lUcljo. (D.in .r) in rluins. on a bench, Cil: I have b?en trying to muster up some thing to sav to you, hut I cannot. I feel his head resting against the trunk ol a ire f , and looking owird the heavens, with a countenance espressire of resignation; his mother and sitter lying upon the erase, at hie feci, the mother weeping al the fate lie distance from the croup of Indians. Colonel (ia Ilolati Faico) Where sre die real of the people sent lr! Zforti They li ie neparaied and can not be foun Your Imous hae scat of mv dear little wife in her lonclv house. I should have given back to the man his J dollars, and ndinnnished the cause. I : that I am in a horrihU scrape. Do you ok my scat, looking, I am convinced, havo pity on me and help me out of it! more a cuprit than Ihe rogue I was A smile dimpled upon her mouth, and M defend, played anting lhe blushes of her check. vncn tj,e ,;me came for me to ?pCakt She looked up with a shy, but arch glance my hearl died within me. I rose emhar- of the eye, that expressed a volume of rasse.i ami a;Smavcd. and stammered iu c Jinic recollections; we both broke into a opening my cause. I went on from bad j terc.l them, sod they h ive taken different iii, anu irum uu iiiuiiich w, 0 worse, anu ten as n l was going uown. ; pmiig. WcI' , I Just then, the public prosecutor, a man of j Colonel Know you not liat unless Passing the delightful description that talents, b it somewhat rough in his prac- they are brought in. these men (pointing suse-icded, we proceed to the denouement' tice, made a sarcastic remark on some-, t li prisoner) will he hung? (Aap;-use, of Ringwood'a love affair the marriage thing I had said. It was like an electric t!,e Indians ducons 'l .te. but apparently and settlement. ! spark, auj ran tingling tlirough every vein . recigne.!.) If I end you out for ihe peo That very autumn I was admitted to " .v DoJ.v' In an instant my diffidence pje, Vou bung ihcin in, in time to tha bar, aid a month afterwards was mar- "a Sn-, My whole spirit was in anus, j their live-! f icj. Wo were a young couple, she not I answered with promptness, for I felt the j IhtuliTie people hare gone off, and ahnr ;t.n 1 not nuito twentv. and cruelty of such an attack upon a novice in ' I know not where to look for them like mv siiuaunn. i ue mumr. iirusixuiur ine irivineil cteer. uiev neu ai me pre- a. . a trtna a I . " matle a kind ol apology, i nis, lor a man tenr-c of your troops. of his redoubted powers, was a vast con cession. I renewed my argument with a fearful growl, carried the cause triumph antly, and the man was acquitted. This was the making of mc. Every hich awaits hereon. The Colonel, Uion.tkinis through this work and that, or and other officers, are diceof red at a li -! hunts through the reviews a ul set a ae D cbato In tho Senate SPEECH OF Sir. CIny, ot Kentucky, aw we miSL cosrosjTJay bill TbaraJay. aVetttaaev f . - ; ; The bill to establish a FUnd Corpora ioa brief onder conoUriiin, and Mr. Arrher snd Sir. Bvchaana baaing deliver ed speefheea tlirrvon Mr. CI.AV.ol Keniurly.next address ed the Snaie C'enaiiJy. said lie, aoth. irif was further from scy especiaio os. when I earns Iter lo lis'ra in the sneer b of say worthy fneod from Virginia, than ..a a it- a us unu mysi ii piacta in aui-ii a siiuauoa as in be railed ra to say i saind in rela ia to ih is bill. But lhe Smainr from Prnnsy Ivaaia hat indulged himself oa this occaaion ia exercising a latent for wit and humor, at oar exprn, ia liich be det aoi often indulge. Lei nie. if he will allow me, snake a surf ration to liim, thai his appropriate province is -gic,' or grave debate, rather than wit But if I ahoe'd happen to eacb, by cntaf ion, somewhat of ihe same vein, he will, I am sure, ex ruse me, and rreei it in the em good humor that we have Llrt. what feu from him. As to the hill before the Senate I have not much tossy. There aie Uo great facuttiesjvhich ordmardy belong lo bir.ks; one is to deal in that ann of emutereo. paper which is called prmiaaory notes. ihe oilier to deal in bills of eiehar.ge, No an ordinary rorumerrial instrument. By tho present hill, the bank hicli is to he created ia deprived of one ol iheto f.eul ties, while the oihet is left to i: and ihrre ia no mtre danger of abuse in the exercise of the rclaiued faulty by thia corporation loan in the ordinary banks or the coun try. Nor am I very familiar with all the proceedings al the Ilarrisburg Conren lion. Th honnrabla Senator arrrn. i . desire to save tho life of; think thai it eiu.ind abntiltoniala. aaainat w Imm ha appears of Ute to ha e taken vp a peculiar hostility. 1 eull upon him to name one ahotiiionitt who was a membrr. I believe there waa not one. I defy him to ihe proof, lie says that the grnile men who composed that assemblage were men of all torts of political principles: and to aora extent tlut remark is certainly t'ue. Rut there wa one principle which 1 am very sure waa held by none of them: there were none who went for low wages! A laufh.1 The Senator, howerer, tells us not only that they held all sons of principles, but ihai they were alrid to publish to ihe world any decl.ra'ion of iheir teniinientt. Now I believe it is put ol Hie law ol nations that when wsr is made againat pintes. there is no need of the ceremony or sny formal previous decoration ol war, but it is understood on all hands that you ate al liberty to attack thrm without notice and without cer etnony. and cut and alan as liard at you ( lease. Hut il lliat atiint Uonvenlion ai IJrri'burg was such an unprtoeipled col lection of political sectaries ucli an omnium gatherum of all kindreds and colors, what aorl of a party must tlmt have been which could have been so uterly prosir.ted and put down bv such a hete rogeneous combination? A laugh. The Senator commented by saving that, among their other lining-, the Whigs had done for ilie nsflm." I beg gen tlemen not lo " ly that flaueiinj unction to their souls." Wh.i! the Whigs ol this country to be annihilaied by any thiiiC which haa occurred during this ses sion? Never, neer. Thrir iinciptes are at eternal as truth, and aa sure o pre vail as is the cause of coil liberty lo triumph II was justly remarked by my friend from Virginia thai the restriction Thia poor Indian had no such assurance ! in aim; on the coitrry. he knew well it wae bsrely probstbla llul Tahif would re turn with his people in time In save his life. RULES FOR HEAMNR. By what rules to be guided in the selec tion of books upon what system to regu late a eourse of profitable reading, which shall not be too onerous nor require more time than your orhrr pursuits will allow are questions, I have no d lubt, oi inte rest to many ifjioi all before me. I offer but a brief sketch of my ideas on thia tub ject, whish I hope may not be entirely in appropriate. We not ce first the manner of reading. Read systematically. Your iaiee and inclinations, or particular pursuit, will possibly uirret y our attention to a gien subject in preference to others. Examine it systematically. N tilling truly uaeful and permanent can be acquired without a plan; no one ever became well informed by acri.lenl. Ke.d slowly. It is not the readihg of many books mat secures knowledge, and much lesa wisdom, which is a different I'liog Irom knowledge. Some are afraid tit admit that they have not raad ihe.'nctt publications of the day, bui it is a pitiful ambition, that of lh omnivorous reader, who wishes to be understood as having read every thing, and who to enable him to prte with the appeaiance ol informa both almost without a dollar in the world. Tho establishment which we set up was euitoj to o-.tr circumstances, a low houso with two smill rooms a bed, a table, a half d )Z3n knives and forks, a half dozjit of spoons: every thing by half duzeii, a littlfl dplf wr. everv thin? in a small ' . r. . . . . . , i. .t: ay; we were so paor, but Uten so nap- ooay was curious to snow who ime new py. : lawyer was that had suddenly risen among " We hal not bsen married many days them, and bearded the Attorney General when a court was held in a county town, in the very onset. The story of my de ahtiut twenty-five miles. It was nccessa- but at the inn on the preceding evening, fy for ma to go there, and put myself in when I had knocked down a bully and tu way of lvisineM,bulhow was 'l to go kicked him out of doors, for striking an I hid expanded all my moans in o'urcsta- old matt, was circulated with favorable ex blisliment, and then it was hard parting aggcration. Even my beardless chin and with my wife o soon after marriage, juvenile countenance was in my favor, for Hawever, go I must. Money m-ist bo the people gave me far more credit than I inuh. or we should have the wolf at the dejerved. Tho chance business which tloir. I accordingly borrowed a hors.3, occurs in our courts came thronging upon ttl borrowed a little cash, and rods off nr. I was repeatedly employed in other from, my door, leaving my wifo standing , causes, and bv Saturday nijjht, when the t it, and waviuT her hand after ia?. Hsr court closed, I found myself with an hun 1 a sv.'t an 1 bsj iminj, wc:i d ci auJ fifty dollars in ?ilv;r, three hun- Colonel Indian can find Indian if they are not I ere in ten days, these men will urly die! ll)la!i'VUe track of the Indian is croed. his paih is hidden, and cannot be irared in ten suns. Colonel (to Talof Ilatljo Have you a wife! TVo My wife and child are out with lhe people. I wih them here that I mav take leave of ihem before I die. Colonel !) you love your wife and child! 7tfA The don is fond of its kind I love my own h'ood. olontl Could you find the people thai are nut! Talof They are ssattered- and may not be found. VohnelDo you desire your free dom! Talof A sre the pco,t'e passing to and rond-haud smafering, to secure the praise of being well read. Read with s fised effort of attention and thought. " It has h-en remarked by ll.ller, ihai we aie deaf whila we ae yawning: lhe tame act of drowaineaa which stretchrs open our otou hs, closes our ears." lit-ad with the resolution to nuke wht yon read your ou n. Several ways of do ing this may bo suggested. The mot iniportaiit is llul juki now cnnsulered a lubitnf fised attention and thought. An other is, to write you read, to make an vbsimct ol your author; and slow aa thia proc?e my appear, us results aie aurs and invaluable. FoiaHy, ( to the manm r of leading.) read with the purine of inakin? your 1 sppesr sg.ia at ih head of H his power. be e-Miid aoi e it. The Seeiir bs prematurely yielded M frelifga of eiul a lion, lie bat strrtrbed M bit haad and grasped. ! iht eceptre. bl fleetiag ( titioa, lie has cried before fee wae out ofthewooJe. AaboaorableSnaterfrMa New Ilauap thiia (Mr. Woodbury) proposed day a ago a ieaolutMa oi inqniry into cer Ism ihstutbsnees wbirh iiatd to 1 1' occurred al the Preaidertlial uanaioa on the aighlof themesBiitiablr 16Ui of Augsaul ' last. If any audi proceeJ;nga did oceui. ihry were certaiitly very wrong and biglV ly culpable. The Chi f tVl'gistratrwho eter ke may be. should W treated by etry god ri'izesi wuh all becoo.iig respeei, U not lor In peraom.1 charu'ier. on arcnunl of ihe exxltrd fSr ha tudtls fur and (roq the 1'rople And 1 il here . say thai I read with plraeute ihe seta and ' resolutions of sn early meeimg, prumiiiy held by the ordnly and iepee.aLI nil jena of this metropoHs in telermc Ki and in condemnslioa of those ditoibore. But, il the resolution bad been adopted, 1 had intended to moe for the appoint otfnt of a select cmoi lee. and that tha honorable S-nator from New Ilampshira himself ahould he pUeedalthe head ofo, with a mjoriiy ol hit friend. And I will lei you why, Mr. President. I did bear that about eight or nine o'clock on ihl same night of tbs famous Ifidi of Align! there wss an irruption on tho Piesidcoi's bouse of the whole Locofoco party in Congress; and I did not know but that tha alleged d sonlers might have grown out i.f or had some connexion with thai Uet. A laugh.) I understand that the whole party were there. Nospectacje, I am sure, could bs ve been more supremr ly amusing snd ridiculous. If could have been in a position ia which, without being era, I could have witnessed that most extraordinary reunion, I should hat bad an enjoyment which no dramatic per humane could con mini ate. I think that I rsn no see the prineipd drutnatis personce who figured in the scene. There biihmi the grave and dietinguiehed Senator from S'Ojth Carolina Mr. Calhoun here iostmdr rose, and eartesily iu-i.itd on explaining; but Mr. Way leluaed to b interrupted oi to yield the floor Mr. May. There, I say. I ran imagine stood ihe Senator from Suuth Carolina Ull, care-worn, with furrowed brow. htggard, and intensely gzing, looking as if he were dissecting lhe last and newest abstrseuou which sprung from metaphy sician a brain, and muttering to himself, ia hair uttered sound-. " Tins ia indeed a real criei-l" l'.iid laughter. Then there was the Senator from Alabama, (Mr. King,) standing aprig hi aid gracefully, as if he were ready lo tenia in the moat authoritative manner any queej, oa of ordrr or of etiquette that might poseiby arita between Ihe high assembled, parlies on that new and unprecedented orcasion. Not far off t on! the honorable Senators from Arkanant and from Missouri, (Mr. Sevier and Mr. Benton,) the latter locking at the Senator from South Carolina, with aa indignant eur on hi lip anJ aeorit in his eye, and pointing his linger with contempt tow.rds that .Senator. (Mr. Clhouu.) whilst he aaid, or rather aeemed to say, "He Call himself a alatesman! whr, he h ia never produced a decent humbug)' fJSiiiiuU of liiughter. Mr. Ucittnn. Tne Senator from Mis souri was not there Mr. Clay. 1 sttmi corrected; I was onlv imagining what you would have aaid if you ha i bernihere. fJRenewed Uuhir.1 Then there stood the Senator from Geor gia, (Mr. Cirhbrrt.) conning ner in his mind on what point he should mtke hit next attai-k upon the S-ntt.t fiom Ken- tucky. Laughter. tin yonder Ottoman ol Eiecutire power, ay, the royal, the imperial power ofaetting the will of one man against the united will of an enure; reclined itie otiier aeii.tor liom M souri peoplr, stmid highest on ihe list of prio j on my led. (Mr. Linn.) indulging, with Ciples avowed by the Whigt durin the ' smile on his face, iu pleasing meditation lite niemorabht contest; and let me tell on Ihe rise, growth and fuiure power of gentlemen that, if we shall have a shower of vetoes, thai principle will still be writ ten in letters ol light upon all their ban iier. L'-t the Senator from Pennsylvania and hia nartV war, if ihey will aupicmaey lor the arbitrary principle that the will of one man shall prerail ataint the will of the whole country. We are wiling to go before ihe People upon that isue; and, if ! am not utteily mistaken in the inherent love oi l oeriy eles proficient in some one branch of : by them all, Whigs and Democrats, there learning or tcience. It is well to select will be s general oonueinimton oi aiicu hia new colour of Oregon.' The honora ble Senator from Pennsylvania, (Mr. Buchanan.) I peaime. timid forward aa spokesman for hit whole party; and, althoiuh I cannot pretend to imitate hie for Exerutivej well known eloquence, I beg leave tu make an humble estay towarda what I presume to have been the kind of aperelt delivered by him on that august occasion; May it please your Esccllency: A number of yoar present political friends, late your political opponent, in company with myself, hae come lo deposits at your Excellency 'e feet the evidences of a point to be secured, leet ihe mind be dit-5 an odious and detesnbl doctrine. Let! our loyalty and devotion: and they fcaa r.inritfpil he the number til books and aub- the Senator and nis inenus o v me omer jeot, and finally (in despair of attaining a j wing of the C tpitol. and look upon that high degree of excellence content iisell , Macedonian pnaiaox, aianuing-vniriu tw with listletslv roaming the field, and! shield in a compact anu imoeweuaoieiine plucking here atid there a pretty flower. and, in defiance of all the thfficultita which beset them, maintaining their position uli Jljnoded He quest. The Hartford ; mored and their front unbroken; for, I Times states," that at the Anti-Slavery j will repeat, what I have often said with Convention recently held in that city, it was " Resolved, That this Convention re spectfully request the President of these United States to emancipate his slaves." Great Reward. Messrs. Brown, Bro thers & Co., offers reward of 1 10,000 for the apprehension of the pretended John P. CauUwcll, who by forgod letters de frauded them of 5:5,000, inexpressible pleasure, neer, o, never, was Ihert a II us of HVpreasntaiives more imbued with lofty snd generous spirit of patriotic devotion to liberty and to the discharge of high public duty. Let ihem, I say, l-fk on that spectacle, snd then ak themselves. How is such a nan to be broken down! By whom! Bv a.iy one roan! Where isjiet -U done 'me the honor to make me the organ of their aentimenta and feelings. Wa ara here more particularly to present to your Esretlency our grateful and moat eotdial congratulations on - your rescue of tha country from a flagrant and alarming vio lation of ihe conaiiwtion. by tha creation of a Bank of tlut United States; and also our profound acknowledgments for tho Veto, by. which you bae illustrated the wisdom of yowi Administration, snd so great) r honored yourself. And we would " dwell particularly on tha unanswerable reasons and cogent argumrnta with which the notification of the act to tha lgtala ture has-been accompanied. Wa had been, ourselves, struggling for days and Napoleon wtro to rise from tf.e dead, and twtrkt to arrest the pat-saga of the bill.