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f . Hamta: Caa voj itll m altat the riupi,rt! Thev frl eh" General ifru.if , ttj the f hris.na tV.ii'tni.artoiu tU-;t.-n i:S having f JWx I'JiiilMfM to mliil.it tUif ti.un'.cr I.vm ft i! .racial parpMs f fixing a the j tealiug. Ladrktog m, or dnukttte. a-nirv a ViiKHiJ Uiiik. ia ; emaa?-aUflf i!niil,txwJai tuid.tuie wid Whig f Orange are Join?? Are they f w hVi!l of nation; but liea the far srieatiSe purpoi-s. .alt iJmi. or have ibT ail tSIapprared I J-jl;-s W that Ur failed ia thi rreat I EH Calk o2Yrrd the fuEuwtag rmda- (fiwn thee pan.! Oar h.U be Ml w iMwfraa 4iag eer U two l natabere of the Itranl-r. that tVw batons Whig W. aad that he ! ! the number bcf.tre the we what purports to be a report promulgated ia ilia all-wftfal nam f - ft P- octure of rrlief. throurh the tlenth of i tin: that great an J good man. anJ eitribsu the j iUtofrtJ. That, ia the opinion of thit continued tmtiU of money, low prices nierung, every Chrwliaa psirkl tad au! sta'n&aoa ia the whole basis- of; p!u!aaiftrcr-i.t ia Use lVi:rd .State and the country to tht event, tlty une rly thr- By all the thing, aaJ attempt to prove that Gca. Ihrrion was an jnii-B uik nija to susiaia their denial. Uat tli gea pie," wheibvoJ" fretrepi ofihetj,,inCj, tire placed ihmjUe ia ome Taitetl Sute of lffleriej ia general, or on .j, f a dJmma. eii'ier l om of mUicb f wmr in nardrotar. d.itf aotex aetlj appear. Sow a I thiafc tVre u orae truth ia the re ami. of a Ia Ji'iu fimheJ writer apoa lhi .caaatrr, M that ,thcre i aa amaxinx et-cnjA ia Uie ex prwioa of the d.'tcraiioa:iM of u-hJt :people; aad hea it declare foe', the inutaatioa of ihoa 9 who are aa t inclia ,"cd to eoateet iu if orena ej by iu aadio- rity. J abeald liU to bare my doubu up oa the tubjert reuiored. ia order that I .nay achooi my iaugiaauoa lata a proper ,repeet for to iropoio; a proclamation. VnXit hu!J appear afu?r all. to be but ,the vork of a few of the modern Derao ,eru of tlie county, asaemlded at lligh Fall, who hare asunted the lofty style ,of we the Peaple for the purpose of , overawing aaJ frightening as, thea I for .ooe will take the Jiherty of faying, that the whole report i a base eeepUoa at' itry may ride. LiUcr tley raut ac knoleJe Utat Gra. Ilarruca xrat a Uank man, and wot 1J have si ned a bill chartering uch an iutitu'Jon or tUe re lief of the eountry; or tliey must deny that be vat a Bank maa, and ia fo doing confexe that the charge preferred ia thit report U nuerly pvundlctr. I have not time at present to notice thit paper mueh fanher, but will t!o at! tl.e herr, oc-ut to ahantlna the cctaaoa tie and tralErk ia ardent f iriu. . lit, Ri-raure it ft f no ue to any ia heal Ji. ard tecaay tlere i dangtr ia tle teeial gu . Sd. tk-caue it nukrt 5UO,OC0 drunk an! ; and rani-ra lU !ra:h of SOO.CCO person annually iathete L nidSu-tet. 3d. Lire d hi it i,direrdy oriiidrecdy, t5.e caae of the detn;cliua of many mil lious wordi of titueanj propcitv annual ly le the ciiizeat tf thee L ailed Sia:a. 4 th. Uecan.se it hat a direct tendency to destroy body and t otd. .On motion, laid oa the table. Job Suaord.sq. introdured the fol I tome fauire day. J shall, then fore, pau lowing prraable and relutioa, wjldch by without comment, tur the present, the .were unanimously auoptec dlxlaratioa M that Uie onlr bond of anion Whereat, the Waohiaetoa Temperance among tha WLijt wae opposition to Uie,$oricty lately organized in the -town of 0. Ry Mj. Jo.it V.ha k. Prty spirit M ay 1911 pt a period to iu eiit e, 7. Uf AUk-eC'Lcfl. -iixc toct brauou,; and tUvt of eare aad hajpir.ct 1 to taoe w ho-ceu rau; Cem. - - " 8. Cy John V, Joae The ladles of this vac'iniiy !a war we'll praU-ct them, ia peace ve'U love tliew ; ttis is a duty we owe to them. . : party ia power;" Cr shall I stop In com ment oa tht wholesale charge against the! the various Temperance focictirs ia mijoritv of the people of 0.-an?. launch ed at tlieitt bv these dear lovers of the people, thete leader of the Democracy, IlUUborousrh, has givea aa iavitalioa to county to send dflegates to their meeting. this cay Iuidjn lliluborougb; and where as it is the day of fur own semi-annual of having, fur bate and unworthy purpos;weetinf, and eoasequrndy we are ua et, indulged ia what they are pleased to represcateu there; .t-apted u be pracueed opon the people j fall e;bia Mil har j ci j;. .lebaucheries. .Wr'. That we nnltesiuwingly lea- w vrange f y we anwor vi iw mCrrW allude to i this precious docaraent has already been ; of eaIn he tl((,Bli Sty rxpoted by yoarselC 1 ahaU abuin pe mU TOleil fl)r ( froin any rarther amce or tt. ana proceed Hlllt fiUfif mMnvi in which their ' and coincide with thai part of tlwir fledge to call your attention to the main object ' jUP darirt lhat ercr mcmor . which forbids the use of any thing as a ,of this eommaaicauoa. nt. the report u MM to hy hw,e eMen ef ,he drink w hit h can intoxicate, whtfh appeared 19 your law of Uie pjPcmralic prinyt wha hare fceietofare !e$olc'tJ, That whifc we deeply tlc .ceedings of tlie Demorrave roeeung held ,3fI1 pp;icanU h them for their support plore the manifold and calamituus cvilt fiir oface. and who will Le again, in or which have been brought on our beloved der that they may treasure it up in their, country by the use of intoxicating drinks, recollections till that time again arrives, j we have full confidence that the timely and that then they may vote with their, precautions which have already so happi eves open. I will notice other parts of ; ly commenced, if prudently pre-sod, with at the residence of George A. Mebane, ,eq. oa the 18th of December, 1811. I shall do so but very slighdy at present, at I am pot .aide to devote as much time 'to .ts exaiainttion, at it seems to have jTMt the author in its concoction. This paper is the more worthy the considera tion of the Whigs of Orange, as it dis plays considerable ability and ingenuity, is ushered into the world with a conside able flourish of trumpets, and is evident ly intended as a me to the party in this this paper in vour next. ONE OF TUB PEOPLE. For th IWudr. becoming grace and dignity, will yet eradicate all those burthens. JUiotceJ, That while we are deeply cheered by the intcresu'ngaupicesof the . . . r . I ni.-tui, G .III U' OUUtl VUIHI'O w A miwtiniT nnIimiiinr In IH l,irmilinn ' " r .i. m . ii "r "i wlax into ethargr, butwUlpresson with ..... . ... ... i nnaliatftil i a sketch of ranks of their enemies, and which is in tended to aaswer the double purpose of intimidating them and of preparing their; own friends for the encounter. As such ! we will consider it.. It, ia the fitst place. .charge i that the Extra Session of Con gren was calleJ not only unnecessarily. lunauaicu aruour. 29th of December lanCapt William ; . ;,wJ'miI.h r,f,r ni,Ui - tion. The meeting then adjourned. . , 3. M. DIXON, liec. Sec, ' ..... . . . . .. r .t. . . t rt u.i i .eoRjy. a kind ol loresnadowtng ot , v a... Oa motion, ordered, th.t Jtround Uiey intend to occupy ia we next ",v "' . jampai?a.ilie first shot hurled in:o we '.-vmwr u-i ing as Secretary. On motion it was, Fetntcftt, That CapU William J. Dake, J. W. Hancock, cq., James Stagg and Mnjor John Ilaacock, compose a com miitee to draw up a ('onttiiution for lite 0 k.,ir...ii..i...nu u- n,,.nnen nt Societv idefeaUn? the - public will' by forcinz' The moating then adjourned, to nssem THE EIGHTH OF JANUARY. Agreeable to an annua custom, a num ber of citizens of this county (supposed to be 200) assembled at Mount Willing for men ujiurnuu, iu ns.-cm- . - mm f ,... ,; ... t - t through. Congress measures which the Me at the sanw place on atUraay the 8th , rcJ x, ncJ . , irLt .iT i ...i . u,r .1.- of J;iniiarv. 1R42. 1 . . . !- ... . puij wiw mnuivociw uu15 uw - - - ijackson below iSew Urlean in 1815. people during the Presidential anvas. Met according to adjournment. James , M Rsscnibfa!;e of , WM tt be Theoft-rspea:edanJ ahsurd cry! Gen. Siagg, from the committee a ppomed at , ? i f . Jlarriton thev would have us believe as- meeting, presented the following " . ,? . a V larnton, iney wouiu nave us onicve, i , , ? orator down to the common peasant, tilld an Ttrannhnarv session of Con- Constitution, which was read, and unani- . i 'i- eauea an exiraonnnary session 01 vou- ' , mingling, parucipatmg and simpathisinj g rjj for the express purpose of" gag- mously adopted: in the busy throng. ging" tlte Dcm xraU, and forcing upon the Com'iluthn of tit Mount Ih hron TVki- On motion, the celebration exercise was people measures to which they were op-j .Or..;, loum, organized by appointing Col. Thomas ased! This is the string they delight to j Art. 1. This Society shall be called tie ' J3,lt.a, President, Col. Win. Shaw, Vice .strika. every note of which they have ( Mount Heb-on Temperance Society of President. Sorren EraiUhaw und James sounded ; this it is which when struck Orange county. , I Jone. Secretaries, and Capt. Ueorge U. aright, produces lh.3 sweetest melody to Art. 2. This Society shall be an aux-j Morrow, Marshal of the day. Afier their cars. Well let them harp away up-; iliary to the Washington Temperance undergoing many evolutions under the pa it; th-y may continue to do so until Society of Orange county. guidance-of Capt. Morrow, thev formed doomesday, and it miy serve to solace Art. 3. The officers shall consist of a in a circle around the festive buard, and the.n n their haurs of disaster and defeat,; President." Vice President, one Recording 'the following toasts were read bv one- of .... Ml I ...I . :. 1 - i: cj . ! . ? Dili wui nsver racer titcut un u nnv. auj one vurresjmnusi occreiary, a i rea-; the Secretaries. 1. The 8th of JanuaryMay it ever be held sacred by the America;! people, and celebrated at its annual return. 2. Gen. Jackson May his name ever Jf these indeed were the only oSjects of surer, and a standing committee of three, f ht eall of t'i3 Extra Session, I would join who shall h? elected on the 1st Saturday the gentlemen ia stigmatising tfis more, of January in every year, as im?)litie, and absurJ and a base ft aad; Art. 4. Thj President shall prfside in Baa th3 American people. But it these al meetings, or in his absence, the ice De held dear by the people of America, were the solo objects, why make a movej President; and in the absence of the Pre-J 3, 'I'lie 27th Congress of the United at onse extraordinary and unpopular to'sident and Viee President, the Society ' States May its labours prove a blessing accampl'th then, when it could have been I shall ehct a President pro tern. j to 2C collective! v. " at well done at the regular session! The Art 5. The Recording Secretary shall j 4. rjen. Washington, the f uher of his Whigs have su'.l a largj mijority in both ; keep 1 record of the proceeding-, aud read country May 'we ever cherish and ap- wcs of Congres, and could have "gag- .them when requested. I plaud his hallowed name. gs? the Democrats and passed these nn-j Art. 6. The Corresponding Secretary 1 5. Qjr Naty May it ever protect us pip jlar laws as well now as then. But shall conJuct such ("orrespowlcnce as the ( aj 0.)r country faun an iuvadin" foe. vera thess the sole objects of that session Society or its OiTicen shall direct. 6. The -Union, Coutituion,and the ,of Congress! Whit was the condition of Art. 7. The Treasurer shall collect and , Laws May they bo preserved. ;ha people at that tim?! Were they not payout the funds of the Society, undei j 7, 0rth Carolina The first to declare jrrounJ to the dust hy th? mal-a lmi;iistra- the direction ot tlie l'rei(Ient and stand- Imh-nendenep rnav lirr snn ! thi l ist to nay we'll desert it. 8. May the liberties imbibed in the Constitution be handed down to genera tions unborn, unaltered and unalterable. 9. Party spirit May it cease to exist. ticn of the called. Democratic party? j ing committee, and exhibit whenever re Was not the cry of relief," relief," ! quired, a statement of receipts and dis heard fron every quarter of the Union! bursemcnt,. Was it not to obuin this relief that they Art. 8. The sLrvling committee thall Marled th?ir corrupt and incompetent ru- call special meetings, with lite consent of, 1 4 a W . 1 j.ttr. m as 1 ,s t sjrt irom o ncei nu not me lrnveni line rrsucni. incv sna 1 a raw on uie in . r 1 1 ..i u.. r 11 .. ... ' iltruA 11 1 .iiiijm.-li.-lT udiiKrupicu uy i n.uiti I'Jl an suiua livi crw.u uj jii jClllCate 4&ase men, who left it without a cent n the exjienscs of the Society. , . J u-efj t pe trcastin, and a large amount ofliahi' 1 he Society being tuus formed, pro lines to meet, on the coming in cf the'eecded forth widi to elect officers for the a;w administration! Were the?e not ob-' present year; whereupon tha following jeets of suffi cient moment to authorize, ' persons were unanimously elected, viz: sy, to impel Gen. Harrison to assemble William W. Cue.?, President; Dr. Guil Cooyress in Extra Session! Was it a ford D. Sims, Vice President; James fraud up m the people to meet in obedi- Stagg, recording secretary; John W. Han nce to jheis earnest calls, to devise and cock, esq. Corresponding Secretary; Maj. enact m;aurea for their relieff Should John Hancock, i reav.irer; and Capt. May our University long stand to into th; minds of our youllt nowiedjc and sound policy. 11. May abolitionism and Federalism die; Democracy and Whigism unite in supporting a Republican Government. 12. The Militia of g it State May they ever prove an ornament in time of peace; in ar, a defence to our country. 13. The blood that was shed by our forefathers, is an honor to them and a blessing to us : may we in like circum the Whi party have remained idle for' William J. Duke. Baldv Nichols, and . ..nmt n.ti- it nni.i. ... k minths, uniil the wheels of jrivcrnment Washington Duke, Standin? Committee. 1 jone hii becu brought to a stand for want of, ltttolotl tnnnunnuhj. That a copy of,, VOLUNTEER TOASTS. ,incn iu kevp ivsn) ia motion' it such; me proceedings ot this meeting besianeds j, uv lhc president. Our actin chief 1 an oeen me coue pursued by the p trty, by the president and ccretarv, and lor- niagi8trate. John Tyler, for exercising his , - 7 rruaereu wamvii iu mc eunor 01 uie tiiusiiurmigu i xcUi power on the Hank and corporation 4wiqeivct nonoxious to vita charje of, Uecorder, requesting him to publish the, bin. HM.r. mprth,, nnr.lauP viug violated their solemn pledges to the people," and of M having failed to re leem their promises of reform and relief." But even admitting for a moment the narje to be true, with what consi-teney ori4iraes can it be urgM by the eent e mea who now bring it forward! To what njeatwres, or measure, for it is to .one only, does the charge allude! Why ,the Bank question, for that was the only naure in the pnlicy of the Whigi, whic'i, aasnr ling to them, .they dared not ranvtss bjfMe the people. Tbe Baak BdJ t'irn is the meamre th Whig party jhurriel throagh Congieis in opposition e tkt pjblie wilL Nw mark their in WILLIAM W. GUESS, Prti. Jaxes Stago, off. Fnr the Recorder. Th? -etnt-aimual meeting of the Pleas ant Hill Temperance Society took placs at uock tret-k Meptmg house, in Urange connty, on thezth of December, 1811. The President of the Society took the chir and called the meeting to order. After a variety of local business, the fol lowing resolution, offered at a previous meeting, came up, which, after a thort discussion, was unanimously' adopted, viz: fictotved, Taat, in the opiniin of this apr.l 2. By the Vice President. May the mothers who surround Mount Willing, when we ran no loneer celebrate the 8ih of January, rear sons who in this respect will lullow our example. 3. By the Marshal of the day. ,'Phe Orange Troor An ornament to our County, and an honor to our State. 4. By Secretary Bradshaw. General Wm. II. Harrison, our lamented Chief Magistrate, Patriot and Friend May we remember him as though he lived. 5. By Secretary Jones. Gen. Jack son's former days have been grateful and glouries; my hit future ones be azreiable ni happy. ENGLAND AND AMERICA. The fallowing article which we ropy front tlte Doua Alias, is eminently de serting of tlte serious aucutioa ef every bian in the eountry, who deire to wit ness its permanent prosperity, or who feels disposed to contribute hit exertions to make the Nation really independent of fort ign lands. Tlie eubject is one cf the most vttd importance, and must ere long be again acted upon by the Representa tives of tlie People in Congress. Wewk all men to give it an attentive perusal: Y?rt 1 State, The entire overthrow of tlte ad vocates cf a reduction of the rates of duties oa im ported grains ia Great Britain, teaches American Lr-Ulator a lessoa tnty can not ditrrgard, without a fatal blindae to tlte interest of our own country. The advocate of free trad wonld do well to stop, and ak theinclves what a country is to gain by admitting the products of other countries into a formidable and most injurious competition wiih nurown. while there ia no reciprocal ft tor tendered to our own productions, and while thrir ports are sedulously guaided against all TescU with imports from America! Shalt we , throw open our poru to tlte manufactures Such phlcy, u'ht'a at U,tsnte tiet sIj" nid.hiUt lrr lnnj ivuiArnrd AeiriiAa cretl., nut only awtVencJ tCch iurl.c tian, but tt iLe same lice rt-n-Ji-rs couc'xr iau.e? pclicy iiKiitJle. .. . Scifdcfcnre will m w wnptl cs, hence forward, to let England Ccd ia A merit a a mil inrtead of a customer: a aival, too, act only in sepflviag her own home ctn; sctnption, but as circling tlte English roanufcciurcr ia every purU anucipatieg him ia every foreign demand and ia spiv of iuferioriiy of- espital, contriving to undersell him in every taatket and ia every f ...a. . . I n...H..f ..InrA it . Wil .1. . Mn.t. i:iJj!rv. n!rrtriiu. and ecoiuun-r ef t ,.t . ... . " "b itdwr. hat w tU be the eventual melt hrip,,;,., taM,th ... -a.ea.fr JI cf sttch eompeauons in foreign market. d,r ad Ilr r..; U. w, J " we may even now judge. Yor we knew lo Ja ltm ,9tM9 ,r4,r'r. we'd, that wherever tlie American capital aad kill have alieady takca firm hold ef Ecie'fn give tt Hm9 Tltnrariay, Jaticary 67" -- -32!Z ' v -'. McrttLeais semtl.i t , t.f r . l.ru . j . . Wle f.tB.-J-rx. wss i ilir M any manufacture, w he'Jicr fostered in it by our own taws, cr tottered to it by those of England, tlie American manufacturer and we'll to-II of tome in Old Orange ho hay? not forgotten thwr M first love. M rosrtcan manuiactureriTO, ,t, has driven or is driving bis English rival,?;"" T" 'e partj out of every open foreign market; and we doubt not, in ntmy articles, at this present moment could successfully drive him from his ova. In tlte eoarer cottons, for in stance, and some of the hard ware, America is bow able to undersell the manufacturers at Manchester and Birmingham at their own doors; and ran put up. as she is put ting up, machinery in their mills and loco motives oa their railways, cheaper and better than tlte best EitglUh rub!ihtncnis eannow aCi.rd to do the same work, and that under ail the disadvantages of freight. If auch, then, be tlie result of incidental roinpeution between the two manufacutr ets, what will it be when awakened by those who were foremost in wortLinr.ii! the ruing sua of Gen. Jackson's grramro, and who have grown fat by the rewards of their cringing servility have made U themselves other gods, noW'tltat he can no longer reward them. But amoeg the sturdy yeomanry of the ronntry there may be found many who have "pliohif,! their faith for love and not fur gold;". ni ; ia Orange,, whose yeomen are' always true-hearted, a goodly number of these may be found. Ia this number of thV Kecorder we publish tlie procecdinjs of a celebration at Mount Willing, ia this i of En?lnad.Ceruisnr and France! Shall I national iealousv sharpened br all the we admit English broadcloth French zeal of individual rivalry, and aided by tlte 4 county, die good citizens of which neigh, boot French haU German raddlcry, acknowledged superiority of American. borhooj are aa punctual in'mrclin? to- and nunureds or other articles, the low ; mechanical talent! J he result til be cast of which will drive thousands of, little less, in a few years after their cs- Americans from employment, while a tabli-limcnt, than a complete transfer of prohibitory duty shut out the pr.vduct of. its present manufacturing monopoly from our agriculture! France taxes our tobacco! England to A merit a, and with it not a at an enormous rate, and is now calling , small but a large share of that very America ungrateful because we have laid surplus capital they now husband so rare a uuty ot twenty per centum upon her lully. manu factu red silks. A nd England is eon - stantly urging upon America the advant ages from free trade, while she never practises as she preaches. It is worse than foil), now to speculate upon the advantages derivable from a universal free trade throughout tlte world It is suf ficient that nothing of Uie kind docs exist, and that there it no prospect that it ever will exhtt. The onlr question to ak our selves is, shall we. by attempting this ttopian scheme cf an absolute free trade. be unjust to our own country, while we have no return from any other! Shall ; I -.v an 1.11111112 iQn gcther oa the glorious eighth, as ilio" year is ia bringing its return : and ' doubtful, that " the mothers around Ml. Willing will rear sons who will follow their example," when the sires shall be at rest in the silence of uVir long home. , But wejiare more particular pleasure in noticing a celebration in our own little town. It was the oflcring of a noble-' RESOURCES OF MISSISSIPPI. The Nateheat Free Trader, in an arti cle on the proper policy and resources of hearted individual; a sumptuous supper, tllfiStateofMia8!Minni.r(Hnmin.nilaili.it'. i- t ... ... . . . " . ' wnicn were inviica mco ci all parties the convicts in tlte State Penitentiary be1 . , , , ,., . . employed in Uie manufacture of roW?nJ And during Uie even- bazging and rope, from the refuse cotton, '" ,ne wcre roa'e to reveibcratc the of the planters, and says: sound of the loud-mouthed not cannon, - One great atep would be thas .ccom1 to lc sure, for our town is not furnished plished in the process now going on of .;.i, , , , ,, . , . iupnlvinir our wants with our own Dro.!,l,l,, 0ne; hu U,e -utute was a very . - . ... la miction, in two vrars more .Mtsstssi ... :1I . I I e i. met ruin ihe minursirturrr ami th- nm.!.- V .? 1,1 r uu ,a Hw Ff. sua ma atasn-hum j irvtlVIII IU ItWli tM ci -it ... w mirkPi rim aa-tn sip- S001 irai,atn. nd could not ftil to awa , in ten in njany hearts reminiscences of Uie and on foot, to Uie New Orleans day it was intended to commcmonie. rl Slits Tl KAtn.I -Isfcaa-sw a... T a . . nenent to a 'calizeil: for what certainty is there in such an un-i t'm . .ii I i. i r . a.I '.-..j. m. the carrvini tale l.nr r-main in ' 8'"u VSS . . ' "nw" 'I " I . . "'" ,"- ' "IW " tor wiiat ceruuniy is mere in sucii an un i i. r.i . . -. enual contest. U at v-n rAtnn.v,. ,,! '"W .l".c m great city wn ftrttl tint fra tan vmnvm Iia will i mt9 v w a j wsat wis v we m . . . nnishal A.lAa.H.M ... itt ..ururaiioni ii vras not ornamri.: iminr i'i i i i i m-nAti U'iiom -. .... rr - our hand-r Let France admit our tobae-' A" '"r "J ",u , "cr me loiiowmg: t e. and Ensrlnndour grain, and then there '?h,n ar? l? , gallon, and be )r, tfris-May he l,M,g lira will be an object for some corresponding ' 'r0 ,m?,C K"' ,0f KJ1"' can "lebraie ,ho gUriii.. eighth and liberality on our side. Butof U is there !, : 1,1 t,,enwfMlf0""-; when he next assembles hiVfricnd, is no prospect. JM wjl '; h5 J&' - round his hospitable table, may he have ButEniland has but recenjy r.fcd 'clf "?d flour. t worthy-dame at the head of it. wid, fA i-ii'A mi HMin nti.n M i a , ... -,.w - vmrB HUiiirifni in itatiiririv ina ttt - auv att t'rtiH uiM'ii vtrii a fiAfrii iiu , .(. ... a - moderate ditv. the only condition upon ! "3 i. 7 ' r, a hundred fuld. which permanent na.ional trade can eUt, ".kS "Ppereoonliy. w and the only means whereby she tM-.,TZ--tTu l, . . .f o... . stite tf the rivers, it is so dtiru-ult some f v a v Mint tuv s ft u k'MU,9 ui i . iifTini ii. 0 market for her manufacture. She has ! ppincts MR. MANGUM'S SPEECH. tunes to obtain. lor a short period of ) ,e ,,,,a Mamtant a sorter evinced her detcrininatiou lo perti.t in her own corn laws as they now stand, and the only alternative we have left under such circumstances, is to close nur ac counts with her, and lo become, iuitcaJ henceforward, a rival manufacturer, both I lu' " f- ihe hH. e made of it. . . L t t I .... a. . I'WIV lltl.-.V. C.ITIT rmilll'! at noinc anrt a iro.ni. i ma nii.Tnaiivo . . . : a necessary one. from our bpantiful tree die pride of Chi-, burdened may be his conscience, it is ve na will etlactually protect it from Uie ry ca?y to suppose that ho has not sut I . A I 'd .r .1 . . . iimmai every jcar iiour com maim., inynuquc upon me spcectl o .vir. .Mangum, this market, from eight to ten dollars. Jrecendy delivered in the Senate upon the There are many counties in this slate, Kw,Umnnmr k: . m .. . tl east and narth of litis, that raise abundant , " 1 " " """""5 niHv. c'cropi of wheat, nometiines yielding trrci- tbe editor of lhc Standard copies prrtty ty pounili to the bu-hel, perhaps more. largely from the Index;'' indeed fvio r a plantin- to the hodge-podge be lias made of it. we spriii'f, in the upper ;.,.t.. t.:. ...i. . , . . . ......... - r..... i... r .i , . 4 a ' n " i'iikca! iii v. :c i. i -i" --""'t ivw uii.-nri? wi ai on . . iur ii me irojuw il . ,..-, ,.tf.e. t I Irom SOtnft Stlrh aonrro. t'm . . . . iy . 1 . . a . "iricui; iu.1l Ul II tl It III.'.. A IVW ICaifi ' - ""v.. our eon are not suuereu to na ia sen u f , ,f i . .i -t r.t payment for imported inanufact ired goods of Europe, how shall we be enabled to make payments? We are necessarily driven to make ihsm for ourselves when we cannot atfoad to buy. Corn is nearly totally excluded, while !I. l i 1 a wW, anu wiut a smau ooiung ciout in millcj 0 discipline" as to his corn-mill, he could, during the sum- . , . , ",8,-,r,u,,! w mcr, supply himself and neighbors wiih rea' "xssppech; and this we can suppoi-e gwJ new dour, at a moderate rate. The l',c Inorc readily, as it accounts for the Ac day is rapidly approaching when cot-' mnCy u out here, in tho fall, greediness with which he fell into Uie ton, rice and every othr product of the j for T I -c W fl to lraP w,,ich editor of the "Index" American aoil -will follow in its course. !'m fur a Hnonth. Hte-e Fp!Cad for his credulity The Stand ,rd's s the trade will ihpii ar3 'nll items when looked at in detail; , ,or creaHllV' 1 he btandarrt s hJtLu. 1u.i,ic w 7 "a,f;or forbiJ-,he i,,ca England is willing to sell to us, but un-1 F , y 'M,8S,918iPP' f,,r hWn! V - would M iZy misrepresent any willing to buy from ,. The only possi-i "w. ,d fruu, would stagger ere ma, woriU for party purnosM. hut M Joc. not believe in the doctrine of pe- t cluction has commcnmJ, anJ shall cheer nanc?' "e ,na.v feci verv little disturbed ble form of trade, in the meantime, be-17 T I' rrj'Ce 1 . l. U, greal ho "tl twecn such parties exchanging unratiallrJ r". an i nome pro intmt Ka nrti nf I-trtri ansl i'tcfiittinitaan Ilia i ........ w.. v. . .. - v w.i.i i.n infill" t H JH-. . a t a such as burs has long bean with England, 1 " , T suggC3on catcuiatea to advance "t ing maoe lhc cat s paw of another, and such as it must lx rg tin. if trade is j ,l tWo cannot therefore suppose that ho will ever widely re-csfcd.lUhcd under the ex- ; J correct his errors, even should he hcreaf- istmg state of dungs. But of such en arr- " "J 'Wood f Vo(.' M...I -f onr . , . ed restoration there is much room Ur ''r rememhe, .hm , A,.nl i , rfaJ lh frCCC,U doubt. There is distinct and disinclina-! Mr AlUioii, of IMUhsttee. ch.llenced 1 he standard is very lavish in his ah.i?e tion on both sides. England now rev l,eilf ' lep? ' bida. m 'I hey louf h, of Mr. Mangum, and professes to be dole sons, as she has lately acted, most un-j l,,e Oener-hshm him. Willis All- fully alarmed lest the Devil may out it (Z. M i'01 ",U I into Mangum'. head to quit the Whigi tieneml had a rrneonue fuHseqnrntlr,' . ' " 1,,B ""'P' and a ifcutd one. when tlie fr t.er shut a"J f,,U into the ncmocratie rankf." If ilie litirr. lie since went to Tel.. j the alarm was real, we would endeavor Pi ivie letters received in the ciiy yes- to quiet the worthy editor, by assuring lertUy, lUte that he lus had lurthrr diflj t:.n ,.n. , . , e ealiiw there, which ended i.. hi. lak.nt J. mallest danger of tlie lite of a.i-uher. sn l in his own life be-1 OB,n "u" ""clc"- e wisely, with regard to tho present ciisi-. of, which she herself was Uie moving cause. r . ' But even if England should hereafter repent, and should etaMisli our tnule upon aw equal and just basn, what ind icc ment is there to us, her injured debtors. lo so easily lortrct nna funriver ii:nrht u.e oi a.iotiier.sn i in nisown n e os i we not, in iustica to ourselves, seek our! '"a" tti. jtlic alarm is all occasioned by the cfli- market where they are not exposed to a' We hat he arrived in the ncijh- ciency with which Mr. Mangum operalrs ruinous and selfish caprice? And where "r).od of Brazoria .bout the I0.li ulli against ,heir pritly. onj lat if , j)c. can we better do so- than in the domestic 1 m"5 , -bout mt or eight m If front ., , , . , . - exchanges of our own ronntry? j '- i be woo.U. h- met Or John j COU:(l f""1 in Sw,""? Mr. Man Feelings like Ihcse, arc just and natural, -McNeil Siew.rl; that un altercation arose, ""'tu ' Democratic, ranks," he and exist widely throughout the country, j between them. ri-Utivs to a friend i f Mr. j would be received with as loud and cn and sooner or later England will be, and Siwt. both being armed; thai A Uwn, thusiaslic joy as was the celebrated South should be made lo feel them in a decided h knife, to Ub Itim, bul S.ewait p,rni;. ,, n,,tur.. .t. . -i - ..-.aim;!, nnu Wiilllllll WBS IJUIIC as much abused in the columns of lie form of national policy such as shall hasten a change, and free us from our dependence upon foreign countries, bv making profitable to ourselves the national industry. This change few can witnes with surprise, for it is natural, we might almost say the necessary result of th a recent financial on me primed by Enir- land, of her present determination to hoi I on to the exclusion of America:! cam. perceiving hi. inien'ion, fired ihr-e hoi at him with one t.f Colt's pi-t-iN; thai A:-ii:n, though -veie!y woundei', fifed nfl.ndslui.Bun .this opponent, which inisinly killed him. A mmorandun from Th. F. McK-n-na, of (i liter tin, on -the b.ek of m.e of the letters, stt-t ih.t A'l'ton w arrest d, ttken nut tmd shot ty tlm r it rt of Br x.jru. A. Oilcans 7'ff. Standard. ' Of tho misreprcscntaUons and perver sions in tho Standard's article we need take little notice. We published the whole of Mr, Mangum' speech in our paper of Jast week, and our readers will not f.iij to perceive an,J ajijrire its perfect