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Extract tV Sam s'.v.r4 tv Mt as Var.a y ! I kWj thai il Ml ty$T ' K tMt big rn': lit bV jrfi f a sa ri e MttU m mffet sarfs a fntU wt aa4 thai It as f 4 tta. aaonU aa il w iidiaaa Vt Mea I" rkargr aa eraj aba. dee the HieBae 4 rWi atiaa I ! htl a,JtaL aak f IH Ha ararasa af f riaariea. I f5rtkr m javr .that the tMtirw i" I1 V$tm turn fate "fww,' jatofy tVm ja wk araaia. A ad if iey d mi take their rravirJr, this Garrmeaerl sUoailJ aat lam tArta away, and etarga l ben a j.a kt'ga troa and sub-oaanoa t4 awghi t take it ap iH tbe caasidrrattaae Uirh cat be ar J ia4jreii favor, aa4 if the' he erne Nil lka whtrh ara e eloqttrady an forth ia lha paaauhtrl I lav qauled, these abaM be eaassdered. . If they hue mis talra their reardy. the IIhim sr.edlda a the reader ta f'aaa Kentucky (Mr, Alrfca!l) b44 athttii ready ioitt. nit ih facts, and wll thrss menjihv.thrir grievance era not i be reeavdied by a aiasotuiior, l tna Union; ,nai ibrre ara oilier rrmrdiee ithin. ,neir pnwer, rnhrr by baiaiif an .ittndcnrj4 of iht Con kituiia, or ia, aaa ruber ronttintiotiat n nJc: and tui. ahh.oii Congrets ran hot gram ilie prarrr of ilieir prtHion. ihey ill lake apmi thrwselrre to rramre o far aa they can. thrtf jt Cause at COO: plii-at. v ? TV wl-aaeiU ia ihr"psphlt front hieh I ted, ara seaiiment of the great patiiota and fihria of the lUtotu l'n of Washington, of JeflVrrop, of Mdion. r Monroe, llirr vera ihr an.impu rtf Mr. JiT ran throughout Ina whole iife. lie rorlaimel theia ia fhe Declaru-taj of laJepemlenre; he Jiad rirorlaimed them belora in iht Iu4a- lura ef bit ova Suir; he haJ eca pro ped in .thai Lei(!aiure!ihe abolition of Uvrrf. tlirae ennunueM o be Itie eetiuoten'a daars to the Ial daj f li life. 1 will not read the eloqneal parage p a ojiea gaoled fraai hn hu'tt b ir g iia a Aaatase in Jthieh lie declared bat Jba u.eb:ed at lle lhpcl.l f the epnaewenrre of an inaorreeiioa ! ite tare, and r!mt;ed thai in eurb a eon teal .tbe Alatghtr bad nt nne a iribu'o heb could take antra with ilie matter." refer Ahata rh.cbr(e ma rnme Ia the letter iuelf. la.oae abort fMaf e .of t't naeoinira 4 oaa life, aritien toward in eluae, in iheaefeutj'fourtli fear of hia af , and ehf ily before hta .tleaih, '"I?iinjf anJreontt of hi nu)a jnenta in laror f teaiaion l Hie lava Af Virginia, be epet.li of a bill nrnpoied br Jiiat lobe intrnduced for ilia abolition nf Waaert;; and be there eT at ihr rlnae or hia lire wuli cUraitj pttluji belore The bill on ihe rnhjeel of les was mere Uijrtof,t!iB rjnynjlaai trapeci ltg iheo, withojt anjr. ibtiwaijoQ nf a plan for a future sod general enaaci;ia 1MB. Il waa tbflUfht bettei tliii ihia ah"tild be kept b.ck, and aiUmpteJ only' tby way of amendmcul, wl.eefr the bill jhould be brogbl on. : The friticipl. a o 4he BicnJiiieo, however, wrre agreed en; ibat ! to say, the freedom of a'l bom .after a rertaia dar. and deportation at a f roper age. flat it was f unJ iliat the puSlie mind would not yet bear the pro pmition. nr will it even at ihia day. Tet the day i nt distant when it mual bear and adpt it, or wore will fU.iw. Nodiinr is more certainly written in the f0vk of fae than thai these people are i be frer; nr is it leas Certain fiat the two tares, equa'ly fi,ee, eutioi live in the same GereinmcoU" Yes, sir. ao4 Ivf M- ihe Uy s not ft diatant wbrn this mut be done, or .woee wiH follow.' Ttieie weresnvong last words of Jefferson; and I aak what worte than this was thee in the memo rial I preaented, and whieb so deeply af fected the sensibility rf tbr ee n leaian from Kentucky. lht h eha'grd me with liif.fi tieaann and aub mati.n iT perjury fur in'ro'lunng any thing' that even (quint rd twarJa such a thing! 1 ey a ?a Ilit niine to preaent such a petition here. And I hop my colleague, (Mr. Culiing.) from wlitue immediate constituent! tin riMiiion came, will vindicate himrlf and litem from the charts here put forth a gain.bot!i. I ay iiaaanornine. I was only the extreme of a rij;!i', atthouijh hey who etetrire I it war have mistaken iheir trmedr. I believe their eott plaints to be 'ja'; and I hi-IJ that ihis House, insead "( lunwi ihe w uu of door, and charging the-ji with eiimea, is bound to consider iheir petition, and to return then an an ewer whirb aill eon'nbute to the trntovhl f their grievances, and teeoncile them to the con tin uaee ofjhe Union, which, on tier a suteof irniiiied feeling, they may hive, for toornefl', been reail lo depart fr tr. Sir, the 4taidutim of ilie jTJnion! Iiigh ir'aanu! sabufnain of peyory! Why. air. w hat ia the whole volume of t'oe pro reeliags of South Carolina or the last ten tear? What a' the two reolutioris in ihe pamphlet from which the "gfinleipa i fam that S.ate (Mr. Kheii) read to us on .li'ia j3"i? Waa'itbal gen leinan ever cliVgod wjih his'i trea'on fr having pr pared Sfk leaolutious to be oflVred here? Was lie j(. tiy,ed with the cammisaton of petjary in Id owe peraon! If there be any foundaupofr the charges now made .against toe. iUr! tbs nttemao from ;Siji .Caroliaa ia uil jr o( acttid per jj y jo his own periuiuoe fe, I ke the l us, baa sworn la support the (!on fiatiuu. ' r r. itsiMUn oia'ie union: Ca ta) lOa it, 1 U pce aail JtrVvd tlt a of te t'f U a tur. r t-l tie li Mnat a e ih S,rtrty -f d e N w I Vrv ai a aa mt hmi if. a l fcl unie Ifee fa ba.l4 I J'J'ed. 4 tba ha waaia favor ftU 1 b aaestWr frosa Arriaaae rM !. iff aad!eaid i, aad Lea wrote aaifcal b gb d fsiury, rHrg aprta turn tt tta oao Aiftmtr ofturai a cl argr; bat l e aboard urb it f sie mw l trrj la ibe geatleaoaa froaa wVginia aa the gnilear fra Kraturly baa show t we. The high rfig aitay, H aeewtv, is far abova aay Boriatj b the aaeauber fiom nibaa nd. Oh jia! be is vetr far speiior ao bis: fa ssbrb so, that be rails vpnai the Pt.b!c l alia. vow that aav raavrraatioe. tvli I ar tli !d.l.!! ai J e tfi j 11. -J dr ! Haiiiia o1 f-ut rMitei. m .bit (,tei eel (ox-bdd if ra l!. aa- lr rau'uioai ftwr mIo W;aat a-f llattande I ei tlracr) ahall I e ed ai d aiJ. tta wdl beaarb S iwrrti af ile ieiii kbJitioa mMtaaveai that l a a ill m' al ly ft Itic a disdt.iia ft the L'aiot t Or i!e il eea ? I rbaie ibe Srrrrian'a arwrr ii ( dana Utgaagr-: ili re iaa rvaaica of ihr qrii: be as ay t?rtrh l e trrus be Kaa e.'. or may o wr-ei l.rn it rna r s to as rxj la eatHie. It ia rot a f ir, ojrn, burst brud ana art Id tie cjt.eti p.i to baa, Ate or are you i.ot fur a tliaiu lion 4 the IJoit!" Ag)ii-: lie yl e aI.rM.ld fnf r a di- I.u.B , f il , l;Nioa to il.e rubl.l.rorH iV truly reprccmS the of a eooaol.da.rd :..rne,cll.,, A.J , agncuu Jiti'TJ. tt ur inovruicmacf il a iMtitiiatrd (nrrDa:eat. I try are tague it ins. Tlry bae io er.Ce .eafciitg. And is the Strretart toecpr by a ague qaal.fii-s'ica I Le tbi! Hut be ebtijr Uradifsidutinn of the Union to ihe elbli.meot of piiu'iplrs abich VM-late i a line t baiancr. nt i s Irgiumate .tjrt. And sgio. I ak, what are ibrtl Iloa t asuiedlr tu this Sxeretarr iirYS IXTTKIL ..fc ri ; u:.V." ch ... , tJirt-i. ' a 7 . , l, - X rrtara la a coii.h-rstxn 4 u is l- f JtC kLajLr a nJtfJ ewc-cr. fcoml arnral to tle baJ pioi t f 4 1. w ortbtr cjf imsA Irre, ia ffg pern le, a derumert fcrli bs ri.ri.rtl inr UtuuUhifcint of tlioaw w bo Ukrd U t r tbrr lalrnt or tnsth ia t"iTif km cf FaiUi of Ihe kadrr vt t'.e Ir'fro parly. The eerood paragraph td the ktirr i as fullows, find as it U all in f ve sm- . ... I i . I. w.i.Vr t.i iIHW a k-,g breath before he u.n.:- from the prt a.kB0 ft?L Z ... . . .? f I r ,1.. .trivmr.c4lLr rirraa l ir- Tlie csaltcd motitrs oi piu. 7 -' . ,!.at kiwibxr at this iru kmmt t ra- rai'jr, w u rrt-au.-. . i - . - ,- l..,.1M rflnlltt InMB Id. VI M1" r?;" ,.l;..Bch ;hr ttra- tU orders fro U- Trcas.rr rnu- lion of riuuttTt. mi met .t ,'h lir. Ilrr.rr save rsnpua-w lr. lJit -1 rauae a tre;li aad talf ' tJ iiViKiuJ iJiat M rotrrdiMrtit .J I rrsrird epm IV proj Ir.-yrt I r ua. iB atr ro3.e 4 a VS mi Ubmtf U. tory of eaoersof prwrnl - dtrtrm aJ rmbsrr3fm.- cntiirlr corr3.l bees sarpod lo pan l-eiwrc a iLrm. Ile moves ia a l-iebrr spl ci! T lanrb.1 A aarndrr of ibie 1ioue, tUrad bireb l i" rosotidar d Cluvni.air n l rootiirnir at rrrrrialle as ran br foai.d j Mi-y ray that ibia ( en mt n oow in ihia ronntry ihe ajaa of friy era ibnnaard waa a r aaetcr fr l o lo ever ta be found in ronrratin at all with aa tlratid a digmur)! lgU T'.j VipA"t be drry that be rotnUio td ihe opinion rbargrd apnu bin? . Oh, tiiH be at! in la it all. Isui i!.ra il was en roadiiinna! and qaalifirattoni! Yrs, and w hai e is ihe j t , A r arrtiig the kgh suproiiiy of bis eronal dig. Uy over a rnre common mrabrrbui I m-ghi hate said, aod all l.era adl brr me out ia sayirg, a rry distil guW.ed aeuiber of Corgirsa; but ihr dignMary w as vrry far aboe l-im Li asaoriaiiona lay ia a bijber rrgioa. a high. peihapa abut a, the rloiiil i rrhaia i il.ru. , TIwl laughter. Af.er stating this, be gues on r.-nim n ii e'tument the Criii'uimi. toaay: j On ilna gtourid. eteiy mm in t'.i lluu-e, -I will in! prettml to say wlial Mr. !?'" ' l l "I '1"0". ' " Itou ran prove but I assert, in thai ? .w Ce"n.i.ei.t most direct and nnalified manner, that Y iw"a T wp h cannot prove Uie troth of his rharge j " ' airainstine.br any witness whi U liiin- """l f" " "" rr"55e self a man of tiuih. I understand that; charge to be that I am, or have been, the r;h by t'.e epouumroca ; charter of the Tniled . .t tl.'r nrimarv i lllilia br a Ijrtriel; miuptrd by the diftrrrs aiid sidrralle a.jonty of rme branch brl.nsrd ct brousrht upon coua- w bis party. And yet "ihr raute of truth tatare of vhirh a ron- luet'lin'S, p riu'jarras-mcnt try by ihr niirule l mt . Wt r rarir 'and Lirdi-alinffdrmand that tv ronrraJ- ? 'jt I .l i I a.. ...i;..t wmh itiat ntA "ilTi.. L W,.-. or Wi lli s Wi'i-1 rlc'.! Vrrilv, truth and f-irdralingtiiHl Mt,batpmcecdio2 nd ihr dtrutra 1 but frw of Uieirdrafis honored by Uu, r .i :.. t ......,.,. ....I -1..nJr ra. ! I jwnforo trader. Ol till l On Juua,ul', " " " i t a4vcd upon the rood of their suffrra g Hut ta return. Mr. limy rompli- . ' .....,...;.,,.;,... menta ilie ConrrnUoa as brtn "inUa- COUIlirj"-" ,r.iwiv-. . -i- --- . i . r I ; - ... . . m .. M.k lir.ra mw mmm .bry .re o, il.ing. and to y..o, M,', ttuh my wJrat deronot. ti;. .wirr " f ' IT ; llf JVeaUr. tl.ry ar. aeWrr. Vb.t is .1 r Meaooaey. rf km P"; r"f T"- UT7n- uur rharartr," ,.f tho C.eroa eM ' ra ad the deep imprf f ton lhat a etab iiodrr the CTdl rib oir. iiay yxZll vir ci common raaauy U Ueftlisw umfcr wood, in return Mt refusal lo wm IU, tojuge for bi.irif. If rne .o have d,urm,ned .e to nrrrpt thr f .n.!eml -' I a. a sigh, i., . .y a l,.t iher are. anoihr r 1 htnorei banner of my party, and U, bear ; like, and durable. Nt . hie h Mr. mn l,..he a..i tighi. wl the a.me i ny bet ahility. inrompauUr as I , IIenry,thop,ng to pmfi t J . hrrrhy. ia w,l- a till vraia: know it is. with mv frrble healUi. and s Iiaf to vzw as bigliir patnouc, thr reared habits of my lifi",rtaVat- Hut the best part of this Wg sentence Her PtutUenrft to l!e j'uf tier of out rautr. is that in which Mr. Henry ptoftf see his and to the ateaious co-opwation or rtcry j ardent i;evosiin w inr rauae oi irnior Drtuocrat, trho htt$ A is princU$ eVjrary. and admiration of iu priHripIre." lU sake of hit tounlry,' Wr do not profess lo doubt that devotion s . ..,,,. i, -mi'mn i Ur s aJiiiiration esit a present; for the advocate of an immediate dissolution of the Union. without qualification or con ditions. I have never, at any time of my life, entertained any such opinion or feci- in?. Ua the eontrarr, 1 have, on all oc casions, advocated onion upon tho true principles of the constitution, and have sought to lerommend my own principles. upon the ground that they were conser vative of the constitution and the Union. This is well known to you, for with you I liavi had conversations "for hours" upon this very subject. You say correct ly that I have printed and published my opinions under almost every form of ad dress, essay, pamphlet, and book; and sr.in. ainoue the l.gitinutrolj.rta- that 21 only out of 71 coiinti.-s in the . kading tra we hadalinnat said the Bide of this Frdeial Ooeinoient; and not only sute were represented. - Such a lar?e trait, in Mr. Henry a character, is icJ so,bi.ttliaiiisesiahli.bit.rntisoneofthe Coitvciition of Voim, furmtrs ml I i!oes5 and he is devoted lu Pemocra- Nioat sarred dmiea of Congress. U'e bold tha the t -nsti u'ion ia eU nde d otrr this wide empire br the prottrtion of all our f.ret mt'ie-ir for the proierttnn, if you pirate, of the inierert i-l slaery. 1 do not ilrnv tba: 1 admit i. . For il.a Methanes." , This is intended as am.th- ry uerauje ne uupce tiienny w muuee pr onmnlimrnL r kunnorr. but it ia the Ih-morracv to devote l.fClf to him. ointtv ni lit vrwtt ill" truth. If ihr ! 8111 elevate - . . . . peotile take Mr. lltnry woid for it, the Convention was composed ewiraly of tliese three cukscs. e of eoure do not I rotceiion rf th Peoi.lf ar ainsi the Indian know the occupations of all thr member. inbrr: snd my construed bate paid by j but let us take the ddrgatinn from this the million f. r u-h rotrrtiog. V county, and what do me find! 2 thlnk ihia ('oieriimrni was rk'al hshed for ! 'ers and 1 Ante Student, out of ten dc the pMiirtion ol rotinnrrr,nl navigation, legates. Who are the individuals who of agt irulturf, f mantfoc ures; and dial ! fiure in tlie Convcnticnf Its I'rt'sidcnt if you put out of that prt.iriion any one, is a Preaclier, one of its Vice rrciJi-nis ! him to ihe Cubcrnatnri;t Chair, upon which he has (org had his rve fixed. But all mru here know ilut he hat not a drop of Democratic blond in hts veins, not a partirle of Ih-mocra ie feeling in his politics or his hi'iitn. Ile was an old rVdetalist a Frdrralist of the anti-uar stamp: an opponent of the Ad ministration of Madison; and admirer of thr principles and character of Alexander ll.imi.u n, and this not oulv tljnrt bit cUts of our riiiz-its,you do, in fact, dis. (a Doctor, its prinrip;d orators were Mr. solte the Uni.n, ipto facto. h t ia mu Ilavwood, Mr. Ilyhart, Col. Wheeler, , wuu I . . - . ' . . . . . . ..... if any thing ran be found in any one of, cr,.u1 to "'P m ,,,, f' ?Jr- .Mr. Wrange. Mr. I.uwartU, these publications to justify tlie charge of, -J e-"-'"i :riore ni trm j -r. uuti, an wwvrtr, aiiu jei .r. ; iMivhood, but until since the Democracy, Mr. Bolts, I will surrender the point Kwswe shall see hereafter whether he "surrenders the point' or not. Mr. A. further read as follows: , "I tliink it almost certain, allhou cannot recall any particular ocras'on which it occurred, that I have expressed a decided preference for a uissolution ;he Uuion over the rstahlishment of sys terns f pfdify which I rfgacded as fatal to all tree liberty. I avow the same opin ion now. I would sooner ace the Union dissolved than witness tlie success of this Alabama, (Mr. llountoo and Mr. Iviu 1l Ilenrr, a Inwver hitnsrlf. so lowers him I now in.-. .Tl.ey nay ihit.k it i for ihr self as to fall into w hat his party ttppcars proti ctiin of thr aUe trade. Afiiraa ir to regard as a popular prejudice, and catla ' Jol Hiiety in the Mates where aUarry-rx. .aa ill bird, &.e. save the proverb. ?h I. i,t. Ve: I admit thitt lha (!awiiunui our narL wr have na iiloa nf nrnC-htiinn ! ihe ramparts of On ; ia for llial. and I am m i!lin "in ih'p aitoni ' mm hrinr ih-rmpil more unfit f.ir n:itlM I Olllv cictlt Or ten , of ihe C- nstitution, tie.urr thai nrobe- 'employ mcnls. than anvothei cbss. We principles were vi L'On Kiln r tprutinn. Nut I a iUmO na.'n. tnnir minv nt tliom v in will hifW treasm! sihornatitt if peij'iry! i "Uttee oi mis uoota. ana on woien a re- iv... it i- k..i loa iiava amcs ana : i" a eaprcieo, iin us rriu cu-T" at ii - - - r ... I " . am mil fur llit; nvthana ilia veryaiKinttoa movement: i wouiaitooneri fm Kentucky is. Titts a dilTcrence see it dissolved, than witness Uie cstab-0f opi,.i.in. It it a f.ir sut ject f .r !.s lishment of a consolidated government, ct'fiioti in this H-ose. lor mutiul co.n with all power and all right in the hands prom'tie, for friendly con Mills i-n, snd of an uncontrolled and irresponsible ma- mutual sccotooiod.lion after proper ihs- 1 fir t IT I -m I . I .hma. . a ., .1 . ..I 1 I . . . . J" "v .wi .uuiiii ei-o i, uKFiuicu , CUtt lOn hall. than witness the establishment of any princiidcs which violate its true character and defeat its legitimate objects, . These opinions I am very certain that I have of ten expressed, and I shall often express them hereafter. But, that I am, or ever have been, a disunionist, in any other sense than is here expressed, ia uttesly untrue." Ilit decided preference" f r what? For high tre8u,f fA laugh. I ' No. Fur subornation f prijiiryl iW. Fur a dittoliition of the UoionJ" L"ifhifr. Ile think be Ins. I laiightr 1 lV I say, give me ihr brio fit of thai Condi Hon, and 1 Will show that the men of Ha- vrrhdl are the most innocent penona in ihe world. I am go-ug to proe that the npreins:lirf stff r coma within the aety condition on whch the honorable Serrett'y says he should prefer a !istlu lion of the Union. To he sure they would not be the same. The Secretary says be would aooner wj'.nrs a dissolu lion f the Un on than witness the stir eees of this very ah dnion moemeot " What does he meat.? 1 snppoe lha II aeihill petiiimi is the ab ilition ntove ineitt." If o, what it its auereta'" Th it mtif I br, nt reerptioii by ihia llousr. Not the grant of what it prays for but only that il shall be rereioed And de t'ua high dimtry the Secretary nf ihe Nay Depoitiiient mean to sy ttt be thotilj prefer a dtasolutjon of the Union It the reception of this pn lion by tins Iluue? IVrhaps the member from Ae eoma e or the gentleman from Keotui-kv my beofihat opinion. Ilut aoppone he is not. what de l mei'iT U hai it the ahulit'on moaement," as before yiM i.owJ Sippe it is the hb-dnion id slavery in tots District of Columbia nm! prrhaps the abolition of (he slave trade the reei-gnition of the black repuhhe ol HayK and ihr reception of Q ia-lii.o no as a lomgi Minister doet thr Secretary ay be wouM prrfer tt thit the ijis-olo-ion of the Uoi i? D f t the gentleman from Itenuirfcy aay thai? I do not s-k ihe member from Are tmjc but I ask. does the geutlemo from Alheinarle, who otTre.l the Aral nf ihete reon ions ag out! lief p.ies he tnepri to sir ihat if a pete lion auu:a ji-s been receiveo or tlie II iue, and referre l lo a standing entn sided by the popularity of Con. Jarkwn became all powerful. Then and not iin til then, did Mr. Henry abandon the po lities of hi youth and his manhood, lie profiles now to tliink, lhat u should the principles of lilwrty whirh sustain this Amertcai;but I say it is forihe proief tion a slur upon his own profession! "It's i ialonoua Union ever be dangerously as- I'or ! saiitM, uiir rclage will Je loun-.l within the States. And tet. years ago, when ihose lime affailed by Gen. coinnare siasiiii, oiu nr iae rciuze wnnin uie color of doing thi, go fur the protrrtion with persons of any other class for all tho ramparts of the Slate' Mo: with a bul of ihe l4e trade, or mrdrpritui the neo-. cualtues that make men respectable and 'yinn oi manner, wiiim, whatever may pie of the liuleas corpus, or of the tnM by ' valuable. If Mr. IIenn as a Lawyer, U j have Iwn thought of it at tlie lime, calm pres. I witling to admit his tmworthiness, so he reflection cannot but condemn, he told pn lman it; but we protest azaint the application . the half dozen Nullifiers in onr Icgi-Ia- of any such grovelling doctrine to any class of the people. Dut it seems that the Convention, (or the people, it is not rssc'dy clear w hirli.) j were prompted by the distress and cm-1 barrsssmcnt brought upon the country by wonki respecting Sir. Henry's history of - II I . , t 0 I .t . I. r .k. tt'l.:. ... 'PL:., I in In.ln.l Vi.l.. ..fit.. ,t' . itna i win inrreir Hike inr nNWoriii . inr miaruitt i ; o hik imto . i i v imm uian.. vin iu vi mv uiriren laid down to us by the Houorab!sSrrr--ia-! would bo a gross deception, if it co-.ilJ and embarrassment of the country. jury or of the freedom ol ihe ture, "on hit own responnhiltty, that Nullification was Trcasox.' lie Was then a Fcderalint; he is woer a Democrat, dved in the wool. In our next, wr promise to say a few From the National Iniellieenter. ItttE rKOPHIXY. Having met. in ihr Cinrinnati Gazette rrcrivrd rratriday. with an anirla origi .n ii .i . i .. . naiir iiubt:a;ieu in u. is paper a year or two ago. emi led " The Predictions by ttie Statesmen tJ the consequences cj the Experiment:' and baaing the rurioity lo reperuse thai sr ic!e, we were ahtuluuly stailhd at ihe life-like delineation which it thows In have hern made u n j ears ago, nf ihe con siqtieiires that might he ex,ertrd to re stdi from a pertetetanee hi the aanon t and foi l th eif erinin t upon the national ry of the iy ol bit nornote. ihe.' deceive any iwdy. 'Every man in thr and opinion, as rxpreed in priaate and : country, includiiig Mr. Henry, well in public, and claim the beuetii of them . knows, that this distress and eniliar for ihete peii-ionrrs. I will lake bis rassment" had its origin long before the ground, and say that these petitioner are) Whigs had the power to rule or misrule entitled to do the same. I telieve the the country. He admits the fact himself, grounds ate oiit.iken by lliem and byjin another part of his letter, nhrre he him. I har tinfuih in the dornine. I says, after tracing, in a most deceptive hold thai the Secretary ia mora responsi- j manner, the extension of the credit sys Ue to his country for the avowaN he has j tern, that "in October, 1839. the XI. S. tuailenn lhat letter, than ihete petitioneis i Bank led off with another suspension, are for the language used in their piiiuon. ' all the Stale Bunks followed, and in a few I rUim for them Ihe bet.eiit of ihete short nioutht, this mm Vjitiiacum opini ni, at I do of the pamphlet quoted ' bent debt, fell tcith n mighty ci tnh vpon tout here be ihe gentleman from South' thi pe.ipU. tinder the. freight of which Carolina, (Mr. Il'irtt.) I insitt. 1 d -' they have been groaning, untl trill conli mand ihat this House shall not assume to nueto groan fur years to cmne." Now br the accusers and the judges ol my con here is a distinct admission, that his for- etiturnis as well at of myself. They have noanihority over them. They hae barrassmenl were brought upon tha rnun no tin I of their treason the lloo.e ha in in power, but noi mr in power only six months if so loii" eonsttiiietit-; and 1 aay it is ioto'ent pre-, The Executive then ahuiJ incJ the Whi? smnpti n in any portion of this limine to Congress, and hft it powprbis to carrv arrogate to n If lit r supervision over the ' out its measures nf relief. Hut this dis eimtiitueni body. I ay further, thai, if tress under which tho people are groan tins rhargr is to he referred to a select, ing. is admitted by Mr. Henry to have foniro'tiee, I demand ihat these petitioners existed since 183.1, more than a year he slodl be heard before, that committee; or,' fore the Whigs came into power. The if it it to be sent to a court nf justice, that, most that can with truth be urged ngimst they slul be heard before thai court, by tlie Whig party is, ihal they have not ihemelves or their rouiisel, and with a'l yet been able to slay the o-rent of ailver ihr benefit of witnesses and of the attend- "ity which for eight years pan h is been ancr of all who before this House charge . bearing down every-interest in the conn- . . . I. (f ; . .... i.i I . . m.i ........ . mi! iriiii any ouenrv in oaving prrtenieo n "an us source in tlie, uniavvitil V" "'" wmiaianuing lite Ihe r petition. The gentleman Irom Ien I and arbitrary removal of die dposttes bv turay co'urno inai no c. large oi treason en. wacuwn; ii was leti ny me Specie! or ol subornation ol perjury is made ; circular, by the creation ot hundreds of against me. became, in bis resolutions, he ; mushroom Banks by the Lncoloco p;irtv , directs that charge against them; but I to supply the place of the Monster which ay thai be has no right to bring aitch a Jackson killed; by tho orders issued to eharie against me belore they shall have! the Pet Danks to lend money frciiv, so 6ri been proved guilty before the courts! that the United States Uink facilities I nr.itnrilv M'l.ik I. t.. it.. - mer assertion, that the d.tre.s nnd e,n-j - W "Z' EveTd barrassment were brought upon tha enun r. . ., iht to eharge lliem, for lha exercise try bv the misrule of the Whig tmrtv," i t,,-,i . .... i . , '. t . , rir franchises a. freemen. wl, l,i2h isno'l true. The Whig. earn, into now- .V, " d e ! , a ' n T. ' 7 ! J'f m and subornation f prrjnry. Me cr on lha th of March last, an I remained 1 )Zn e,er ' ' of the country. A Yankee Arab The celebrated Arab chief, who hat for several years bilHed ihe French Ginerals that luva been sent lo Africa, is accompanied on all hit expeduions by a rrguUr down eatter one Zaehariab Coflin. a veri'able lis steii.lvii nl the old Admiral. He spmtt h Moorish drett, rides a inagniflcent birb. heads a squadron, lays by the dot- i l the gnilejue.a ',0 Virginia fflt, c msequence oa cirpujerce witu H tt;irs, bat refutes to change l;tt rebgiop. f . . I - . . .n. uiigiii not oe inisseu. i ins stippmn cumbent rnass," as Mr. Henry wonlJ so elegandy express it, finally beeama too strong to be controlled by those who hail put it in motion, and it has swept like a cataract over all which alooj in its way. I ft tluught, honestly thought, that the accession of a new Executive, with a po licy different from that which had hrniMu the evils upon us, would speadily hive brought relief; and we still think, tint if our President had lived, tint object would Our tradrrs will bear with tit whiltt we qmiie aa follow, one or laro psa gen, fud of iuttriiriMMi and iliuntr.iioii, Irom the article to which we reler. When in July, I63J, a bill lor reebar terina the Hnik nl the Unteid Statt a. l av ng pased both llou-ea ol Congress ant! been sent to the President for bis sijna lure, wvs returned by him lo the Sna-e wi h his objections, a suletr.it dibue look jdare. t.pon ihe queion, arising under thr Constitution, ta be Iher ihr bill should IVsideni'a nli. jecii.m.; i tl,e mnrae of which debate, at f ei'DriLiI in ilia ,.r i l '! cirr in iftOHtrn, me following iciiiarkb:e paatages orcur: Mr. KwiNo.ol Ol.ii. ti.iil: "If ihi-in stttutioii it really to he pr.-s raicd if it have now rteeivrd it death hloiv. and it hut to .w-.it and prr pire for if riual Wi lli distress and rum a Inch it a ill occasion resttn-it wilfi the aealihy innney-hi lder, fi.ia funds have 'found an mvettmnl in itt aioek; but it mul cine with fatal and tiiihr.iken f.ite iipmt ihe md, Siry, lP en terpr.te.the ptiblie prnspniiy, an I private C Hiif.iiitof the wh dr ex end d We- The Bmk of the Uo.ied State must with draw it i.ues.M Axe. And then .Mr. K, lin.ia.1 I..II. . ...... - -..-....ru mi II1IIIW-: llu IU4 til. Ynti san the mordt m it. It .Mte "' ''li'f le t r, r. ia th ''. s to f rif tm ra wiibt'as-J .1 ef rai f nL rU tCrft "" 'I . at tba. tit nra la a-f a fcat H bail, atb Cri fw rpi-I. bib mar area, ( l ,r sasapd tbrb.t-at ai'lea Le M f.St ll r bra irr ai Ial. A'dtU. tlfkd of the aa" soaad rarfrrrt- Lirb ae w rr jr, a si U g.w I ae a i ri ruled a.d vtti. nia a ttmt a hi ta at dl fse ia brad f ta fw ,r, rtl lbr sink; laa tbif. Uatiog tbraa brr ihr " Mr CuTTO sr- lr t ila as-r pri-: -Tlir ptfit'CtMHtrf Mr. Ian 'r ia I SJ 9 mual le fa'Cdrd: lhl the drltM la- a ( il e J i ri1 8tart Ua k wtoj'd W f. JI ed by the taiaHibaeBl 4 rPf saoaij .e avl U!ef d; br mil.t ! ty ,t ta w. Ii a extfrthiir. br said, fi..-, alurh ibe House wwj irrtMl. Tie faer mati faia awll bis graia to i), e,.i;iry tt rfbaai br r ale I at-k j er at a i'irouat uf Iron Kb lo iweuiy , or rtB ibinr p r rem. lr aearrst eoMmerr ul niy. Ar. The luta i f rttdriea atuotig ea, ibe total dr rangt rat el of that at'mirL!e j vea. of rxrl aoges wbirb i aow ailaa!ri!ed lole letter than ej. its ia my sober roantry in fhr gbdr, tt rir(!n g sad rptri Iim n rtt f'r rajt tiJ in airiy -att af ibrrrm liy, thai - M Cuetuaio.O ia ll r Siaio'a d .f aalur f, money, a l.irb, bk ibr ar seen prt 'deurr,' a.thei all ihr tffortt ol indualry, ali'e ibr siffrrr i in irr igaoraare tf iba rsr a-f bit t'etUvetion; bankmptriet ami tain, al die aalinpnimn .f wl.w b iht beait sitiert. an is I bdUw ia Ihe b-tig Main f tils witch ate atsuttdly Itd re as. Tbt Standard af thr lSlh. brirg ibrrtf, uiito rndrf Idi tied be the fir-ule letwr of ll Ikmocrutie Mr. Hrury, bicakt m l in a rolurua ai-d a b.lf roHcrruirg (ior. Morrbrad. Said rJuta and a half abounds in know tag ami, meaning mo!, aod ruiious it uedoet. it letdrd 10 srt ex relation an lit. Tic idl tar ' mint 'irt t ot potiut Iv sy ar.y tlunr; but h. Iikw rxrrariaiifg'y br d. rs fi Hitvutt! i at as arb gtral difTiculiy that ae rould dseor ibe "diamond, deeply imbrddrd aat ii, a aaaal with ibai tslwai la gem. ia nah mI fil b. Ilut wr f-ijid thai ibr almla artt'lr aaa raleulaird and iMerti'ed la eikr ibe "arue bul bornl.le ipresaon apnti ibr public n.iod ilut an ice home bs I era Cwd up a li t' croaads bebmgiug to iba (Jfr nto'a fiie!! Il makes ibr cld thills tun over us to think ab.oj it lie di es Mil break h s rbi'lmf iffniria'ioa aud deniy and f. II apit Uie leailn'e ras; I dora a.. murt that ufh is !r latnrnia ble fart; but puts it in the fiut wl a dam nal.l iiihraito,' as is iba anal ol tine' in- at accompli bed Drmociatic" iheto nesn. '. - . If what the Sfndard says br true, ll at Mr. IIerryatbeuoa is as eeitam at be. Ites Idl Aaguat" C should not olject iii listing a snull Iwaip of ice eonteaieaij htil nerd it lo cool bis patrl ed toi gna aibr clor of ihe rants, tl be sga that men. her with as bttle diserriion as he handle bis tn. Grerntloro fat, rtakTotm end Ccuntry J)r thoae ,n keep op a r-ntUiii attark on ilia Hanking Inatitiitina ol l,e ISntr, nevrr r fl-e thai ibr effeeis of ibeir ren durf aie not confined ia ibr Towns, but prrtadr ibr whole r.niniiy t It ia a row inon opinion, ilut Town prop's are the only pritons aim are dependent upon, or lei.trj'vrd by, ibr Hai.ks. No opinion can br morr rrrnnrou. and ibr ecun'ry pej le, inibrir coal, are faal Ci.dirg out their mtiakr. The Toan n.rrrbant, who is deprived of bis aeruMomed bi.k fanhiira, earrml, in thr bl place, i inehaie the ptodurr id Ibe farmer, snd, in thr terond plaer, I e is obbged lo rail in, as rapidly as poiti l ie, ti e debts due bun in the ronntry, " Tl.r number nl sun on ihe doekeit o? ihr Conn of every county in this quar ter nf Virginia, is greater than it ha been f.r year; and sboas that ihr primi, U siatrd alone i now in operation. The norrhantt in ihr general, are the ditrci recipient ot bank laedities but thr r- mrr roiaes in for a slnre of those farih ites in hs irintaetiona wiih the o.r- c'larts, and whem vir the Inter are rui ofl fn.iii ihe Hank, Hoy ara oh'ignt to press ilie loimer. I'ct. Intel. s noi samt1 ni you lh. rudely ei.xke the proeperi y uf people Then fi.i rcsofi wiU bt PKlONGRS stS M'A FE. TI.e fg'laitire ol lo.i iai.a have unni iiiiii.tiy patted Kesnlution. .sirnnclv dr nouuring ibr ronduri ol ibe Mrxiraus ai.il tht-ir (toterninenl. and ratling upon the United States Government to art forth with and wih all notttbla merer.' The New O.lean pupen alto give the prorreilmgs ol a "nuintmu public merl tnn ol her cit z-n on ihe 4th instant hich adopted tlie at rnj-rtt U a ltitio i upon ihe suljeetilerb ring ibat the Mexirans otmhi not lobe regarded aa a eittlize.l nat on" and tailing upon li e I'ni rd St rs Government totuke speedy neji to ledres thr manifold and glaring omragea' (which the American Citizens havr receied)to "do what it mt nd lo do, and not wait thr retuli of a tardy iiegotiition, which will pto'otig the suf fering .f hei Vit Zens and piobably mrure ihrirdiairuftii.il.' Hal. Ue". Tbr Senate, Friday, says the Nat on al lonlligen-er, after a long time pasted in Exeeutivr Set ,n. r-jcrd the n.ifui n lion of James N. Marker, a Ftr-t Con roll, r l the Treasury I)e,,M iiiicnt. Th v. b? again! Ihr roniir..aiin M at 23, in 17 in lavor of it. This stibjerl diapo tl if. the Senate adjourned over to Mm.-I.y.