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I Hi erly arl al the rt faa!ral U of pov e3 aur una eave4 taian-ew ar f 14 if MSee4 , stetl e4 i tici f he atMjrUtae taj ? oe ike otlwr kaad. lei M at til ete J d diBf fV. pefHrnd ky 0e hill hefare the eitl.v Let e ao C r.ara fe'iael Ue ! areieod ifcat ia perferl. le a he tue u Ue f hi ft- I A sol limej iLat it cy eombmea 1 4e ad for pee fl4h aaa h ihtee im&tf coatideratwa of ewffl- iaJf oj uirh,e vttatdts paciaa of irrniary, eommaah of ia-rvna-'j-. are eeiI4 a h!ttvt, ttt, aal eq!iy of eanhtrahut eo lU dw-F IraJ ai i-j-c ta is j atneunj cidehsf the -eojraphie! al.je of the aior'a.el0giihlfQl tra- natej ifce taietr t e laduttria! pur er U a fi ia a eWiX4 onaMuy ta Va ?uUi th 4fmj of the warirta Hi au e;adts aula tho k.1 eJtbceua'a hka ita difeiritt eetuooa Itade. vt of fre4( Wotla a eauJaaUl stv to the oaat of eoaaiercial fel tiea t end daaej i autkernf. Lateaaaaoiae tae'the sutahtr adT ttpreeoUtifta l which pi aaaul arttajeaal (4 tfe a a- caiiileO, cumpared with oar feda- ler Ut a-t if ta UmaJ AaataiUf al ral poaylaUoo ; 1 da beliere that the 42, ia ecNMJaee oiCi tae pttacip$aa 1 protitboe of the hill , approiimate aa hae ld d8. I o'1 to aoaweruig the enle repaired, at la looking at the dataiU of aa eir&cge- ta praetiejdljr atuihle. 1 boitate Btfl naol of the dtotiieta, Uriliae reeollreud act j, that it approachea Ilia deired re t!iattheafporti)aaaealaelf CaofraMofeuiu seartr, far ueirer, and u is eerjr Ut reautrea. ihU the dwtrieta ahail ha 1 repee preferable to lite prtaeal arranfe coaipiMtd of euatifaoue mttcmj. Ac eorJiiif to ever fair prinaple of eonIle3. to aa eisatiaatioa or tlita, t ia atrueSKiii, h aiuii be adiauied. that ooa efte die atteutioa of the Home. the incident of eeaugait of larritarjr. ta caioptciqeti of tura beeaaac toe sore compact the dintricU are ia ehape, the more cootiguona will their component paxu ha to each other. Another element which abould outer iuk the arrrgeoeot, is cooiaiuuiiy of iuterest aad aiadarity of purtuiia. AJthouh ilia ia not ei presly required by the act of Coegrett, yet it ta ao piooiotite a pvblie eooteai ence, ta well ealcul.ted to giro to every aeparate inter! a fair tepra;?taiioa ia the naiionul coaarda, that a,wta and pa ternal legialauon ahoull ever uHa it tuto account, wha it can be dace tr aceor dince tiib a due obaciraoea of odut re ijoUite cootiderationa. The third ptinet p d element whicb ahould eatar is.? the detail of auch arrangeiaeut, i e;;,!ty if number, a nearly aa c to be atuitri Thi mutt be ioferreJ froat aery hU'a' cunitrucihia of the act of ront.ea sJ it iuuipeneie o uie ooteraauee w an other grea fuudanental principle of free I ovetnieent, that evere poruoa of e people, wbiUt tliey ahould bear eeual burthen, are euiitied to aaatl l-efita. Theie three great lea ling coaideratioca. then, or coroj.actneaa of furm, eotaauui ly of interest, and equality uf numbers, ahould be o haruieoised and eouint. if poib!e, a to roafoiat k the greit principle, and effect the great result, of giving to the majority of the fople the preponderance of representative ia the council Of the liatiuu. flow Wilt U present arrangement of tha diatricl uadee the act of the Legivlature of January, 1813, bear the ordeal of the appUtatioa of theie principki t Look at disuict No. 3. extending near ly three hundred mile in fenftfc, fnus , ib. county of Person to the Tenner lin aitinf 4 a atrip al teiritory but one eouuty deep throwing together the mountain graziera of Ash aod Wilkes with the tobacco grower of Caswell and Iijukinghata. Look at district No. 4, comprising a belt of country exteuduig' almost across the entire aisle, from with : - . c. :i r v. : ... .i . .-Ch-. ..r. o. ,rgi... io ine b'outh Carohoa line eoonectioir Uie mil ler and manufacturers of Guilford, wilb tne cotton-growers of Richmond aud Alt eon, who find a market for their product in Chert w and Camden, South Carolina. 'Lok at district No. 8 eonneeiiug the wreckers, the sailor and the fohermen of Urds and Carteret with the farmer and brandy-oiakera of Nah extending from the tobacco-fields of Warren, lb the ehis of Cape UaUeraa. Neither coin paetness of form, nor community of in terests have been consul ted instead being combined with a view to tbe great result of giving to the majority the polit ical ascendancy in the eongreuiooal rep- rcseniauon, tbey seem to have been evi- deaUy avoided on purpose to secure lb asceuuaney la the poliucai wiaoritr. By examining the popular tow al the Jan sit elections, whea the ajrjrregiie . aticngih of the State has been polled, we find the average popular vole of tbe whole btale to be about 80,000. By further ex aminilion we fijiJ. taking these aix elec tions, the average atajonty of the Wb g party tooe uear T.UW. Waw, allowing tha avenge of 8.90J voter to each dis trict, acctrding to every 'fair principle ef proportion, the Whig arc eauiled lo five out of the nine members. And yet in Hie face of all this the Democratic Legis lature of 42-3 dared, in de&aoco f all the obligatijns of fairaass. justice and . eonstiiutional duly in attar disregard af ji ineir siereotyicd proles ion of 4 ra tion to the popular will u saike five dia- trtct wiib Democratic maioritie, aad la I .T Hjin so oououui, mat an a aacead trial they carried that. What a apeetac! -o we now exniwil l With a clear aud fleetded majority of 7.000 vatera id tlie atate, tt w ere represented by i$ . wiM ina but three Whig. I tbi eryiug injustice to b tolerated f I this utraretebe eadured! Are the voice. vm fig! taea tuouosnd freemen lo be up preeJ by paitixtu fud M( f ... a mis roUH uro.iCh( ,Hlut by ,ecide0l ! 0l atll. How ihen, we, u affwted I.x.k at lle map of tha atsie, ana h will - you hw it wm aiTected. By exam Jiiirig til hape of tha district in profilo, wi will find them of everv form which etraigh! Itttee, carve and angle can po a bU- prelaeoi Y -.t ill thcrw r aWi:: 2Sa tl ewirr thai bSfd . ar stow comoU l" Mi .. , U th rri trba, who) IWl mum Wr tiMtMi frota tbe keweU f iUi4,m eMl ! ta,imk uf rawt rU. " ttrlirtoe W"W awn H -"f wwww a a a - 0 WW MiIJ Blw ta tXUl, ffiM eww of" to d.uirta. A rt upet! f l' afcaj cf ih aemtorj eo ptl J ir hmiu, etoaorfcl w h i rarlt Owner, that 1 aaeat, uuder the art of the lf t!atuie of , Tb wbulr fedenj imtmLaiua of iiw J eow CS5,375 er Druig cuuut-q is tune Pfw rataiiw Um who! frjt-ral u biwo dWhJcs by maa 9)655,375 Learn tha emtio ijHi!Uiu to each dwtifct 7-,ll9 Tbi fint diatricl ta left ia tie hill jui I ae it ia at preaeai, lu be rumpowd of the ceuutic of Cherokee, Maetta, Haywood. Buaeomb. Burke, iucludiuf McDatrell. Yaacr, Clerelaad. aod Caldeell -wiih a federal populatioa under tie ceueua of 1840. of Ca.SSS. The di.trict compri aa the greater portion of the mountain region. Although by the rentua of 1840, the population wu beluw the ratio, yet it io sew auppoaed ta be considerably above it owing to the fael that greater induce eaeate are there held oot io euiigranta, and aa the rapid aetUemeut tf the aiate land that hit there been brought into market. The eeeond diatricl is composed ef the coontieaor Abe, lYtikea, Surry, Davie. Rowaa, Iredell and Catawba. iUi a fed eral popuiaiiun of 74,813. The dieliict ia eompset in form, and poraenea ta much eoeaia unity of iatereau aa can be attained by thracing together in that portion of trie elate at much territory at will cow priae the population required -beine wa tered by iiie head'Watrro of the Yadkin the aarthero portion brine a famine and gratiag region, aud th southern a eottoa-growinf aud raining aeclioa. It aiotM af all that portion of territory lv tog aorth at a atraiht line luf.Miif tt'ie ortbera boandary of Lincoln, Meckien barg, and Cahamit. weal of the Yad kin, and em of the first ditrict. The third district ia composed of the com.liet of Lincoln, Mecklenburg, Anson, Sunly, Cabarrus, Montgomery, Rich mond, and Moore, with a population of 71.818. I hi Oistrtrt,! admit, hat not so much compactness of form as is desirable. But it is unavoidable, owing to the pecu liar ahape of the state, aud the territorial form of the counties in that portion of iu if ere the district must be formed either hv running entirely across the state, or by .... a.- . , A A.nrnnni. m d - - "o i r tionaie lo iu breadth. A glance at the map will show this to be the case, The district has aa undue length owing also to the sparsely-settled condition of the east- era ends of Moore and Kichmond. There ia no such diversity however in its indus trial pursuits. M mine and cotton erowin: are ita leading avocation, with -market) at Camden and Cheraw, S. C. The fourth district is composed of ih counties of Stoke., Rockingham, Guilford, Kandolph, anJ Davidson with a popula lion 70,824. This district is as compact aa it can well be, being aliAost a parallel ogram with but little more length than breadth. The northern portion is at obac eo growing section, the southern a mining and manufacturing. The fifth district is composed of the counties of liranvilie, ieison, Caswell Orange, and Chatham. This is the great tooacco growing region ol the state, with the exception of a poitioalufthe southern part, which is a wheat and corn growing region, popuiauon ia 7U,V57. It j aa compact as it can be, considerine the size aud relative position of the county of wiucii lies on its south-eastern border. The sixth district is composed of the counties oi Hoke, Franklin, Warren, Hal ifax, Edgecombe, Nash, and Johnston-. with population of 7U.022. This dis Inet ta compact a to form, consisting Li uie sjaiu oi uie territory lyutg between the Roanoke and Neuie. t There ia but l!til .1 r r.i. . . . . diversity in ita pursuits the northern part l.n! n I I . , . tujifcu u growing aODWCO, UiO middle aad aouthern ia raising cotton and corn with a market principally m pe teraburg. Va., with the exception of that poruoo wnoae traOe is down the Tar aad rteuse. . - .The serenili tJislrictia composed of the eouaue ot UamoerJand, liobeson, Co uimous, wiauen, Urunswick. New Han. over, ampson. Duplin,, and Onslow wiih a popuiauon of 73.fi l. Tht- decidedly the Cape Fear teeion it i compact inform, and ita industrial nut- suits are directed in a great measure to naval stores and lumber, whilst the fertile Undo on its streams are mfii cotton, and rice. Its markets are Favetm' vUlo . J awe ' - . numisfftsih tfdihUlie Cap fear tr. u u'utO euLa UJi;! tie eccsccuij ir terra; of li t aeabuaidw i Jl those ef lie ttlU e&l fat of &)&' rior. ...... S Tt eighth i!itrirt w eoosposd of th roufiiM ct W aj ae, l.reeae, Iaotr, Jose. Crma, Cinmt, Bcasfcrt, Jitt, if wni wwwaB wjrwa w w 1.. - . MP M l If VdC. vl tMUBfwO, tM jriUJ etUlB iwrwdaiaoa cl 73.473. Tha distiietia of aeal, owing la ine ewcsf winip of nj of it ewrtrrs wuniw, Lkk roiuia s tjrff pepnUiiea m cf f ! tLeir etwniftif iwriUMy. Is futwf trt m ttifiilar m th titrst irfiw irifitoty 31 jusuf. Tl lolt litrirt it f stor ei fcr 1 Nrcte and e Tar and lifcrir trtbutartrt, aod the aovUirra tribcurva af mc lower Aiarmane. ine gram mw inf iuir rcu of the interior aod the ota mnml intern t of the eol are dlpra deot on each other, and are hound feteta- er br the natteawe watera of ice iiera meouooed. lu doraeatk markeu ate I c v hern and Beaufort. I The ainth dictrkt U compoed I lle rouotiea of Martin,nertie, Hertford. Nhrtlf; ampton.Citea.Chowaa.PerquimansFaa - quouuk. Camden, and Curriturk Wiih a to letrm tltia diatriM tuet a it is untlte the law of '43 not because beta chanced for the better, firniri m tVliriiV evf m-irrtaianiriiif t add iuatir ton. to'ilitt Dcinocraiie rar- ty. Br anhstitnting Halifax in the eisdi Ufa ulea daiy, d that ab.ch ile, diatrtcl'for Manin. and then suhfrtitaiine! btttrraes of pait ti at.Iignity aitvr b- Wayne in the sercntli district for Halifax ia the sixth conipartne of territory and.Soialjr al we, oho r eaJeaveiiaf 10 equality of nuuiher would bate been t.btiitoiu right lor ortng-bvt lhe, .. f.n . -1 .1 it' 1 . . .... j: ...1 -r more neatly attained. But then this would . w.. not lute con-luccd so much lo the great rear ieal nJ of oivi-.o in tho nimriritv the iMtlilii'uI strppcih it. hir1i thir nunihers pntiile tlteoi. For thia reason the bill ha left the nir.UidiMrin Democratic, ns it is now in the tkaractcrof ita representative or lt all events doubtful. , Thi is the best that cau be done towards a fair distriba - lion of political power between the two rival parties. For let the most just and conscientious man whatever, lake the map of the atate before htm, let hint task hial injrciuiiiy nu power 01 conioiuauon to. ' ' the uttermost : and 1 ddv lain lo make, mote than three decidedly Democratic, district in the state, without resorting to, the gerrymanthng system Tor that purpose, .that piut or progmt wh ten petuiut Sir, it raiinot be done, jly easiks this age. Ltw go it.tr epert- I am aware that the principal objection ' ,ion mo,k U'e'r nJ ,oc looJ ' f'd, to the detail of this bill is lo he or.n.1 in ""d tl k way for ivr and jutter reference to the aixth or Kale igh district, Upon this the treat issue is to be made. 1 admit that this tlwtru ct ha a ponulaiion ratfier large, but it cannot be avoided, ow- ing to the large size and dene population nd dene population of theeountiea of which it i composed. Without ubditiding coonties, or derange, question in their bands, lo my Wing 'ren i,c" Woith aad U. 1 ay lor, o ground the is'and. II they ahould con-i-gome of the adjoining district, t this ! friend btie. I wish, in roacluioo, losd.' !"" j6cton of ih Ameriean f r- nue t,i doao.it was thought probable . . a a eea , s . Aft.AOi.aA. s a it... at a nnjection .'an not be qbviated except by making a change which will render the Edcnton district decidedly Whig. The bill now !( ko lua.n a;taa lh VV .;,,. nve fltsutcls, and the Democrats four, ad mitting the Edenton district to be Demo cratic, as it now ia in the person of it represeutative. It was laid otffor a Demo cratic district by the legislature of 42-3, it is now represented by a Democrat ( and will the Democrat on this floor prelmd to say it is not a Democratic district f I dare them, vet, I dare them, to take that ground. Let it he recollected that they have, al the present session, endorsed Mr. Biggs, the representative from that district, by casting their vote for him for the high and responsible station ' of senator in the Congress of the United Slates. Let il he also remembered, that they profers as one of the cardinal doctrines of their political faith, that the representative should always conform to the will of his constituents. Are ihey now prepared to say the Eden ton district i a Whig district, and that Mr. Biggs in his voles for the late reduc tion of the Tariff, for the tub-lreasurr. Le. Ate-, has been violating the wishes of his constituents II heir late endorsement of Mr. Biggs estops them from putting in such a plea Thy must take on or the other horn of the dilemma they mii.tfia ibe high aod holy misaTon of regent Al '''. Col. Cl rk had eilledt,p either admit that the Edenton district ia a cretin eur country, cf elomiW ii li be ei znt to en o ihemttltr lor Democratic district, or that they have vo ted for the further promotion of a man who haa disregarded, and treated with contempt, a majority of his constituents. Upon either issue, we will meet them be fore the people. - If then the Edenton dis trict be Democratic, as Ihink the Demo cratic party will on reflection admit, there ran be no abjection to the bill before n in regard to its distribution of political pow er between the two patties. Hut if it be objected that the Raleigh district has too much population, 1 can eaily inform my Democratic friends how they ran remMlv the evil. Let some of them move to a mend the bill by taking Halifax from the Kaletgh district, and giving it to the Edeo ton district lake Martin from the last named district and give it lo the Washing ton or Newborn district, and lake Wayne from the Newbern district, and give it to the Haleif h district ia lieu of ilJifW . Thia will obviate tli difficulty whif-h T learn give y Democratic friend ao atuch troull thio will brtnj the aonola. lion af the sixth and ninth disuicts both aearer the proper ratio. "Pis true ie will make the ninth district decidedly Whiff " awu ii ue vooiocraw wilt nut apply Ibe remtdy, which I lave proved to them will euro their grievance, then in th name ef justice let them cease their cuaiphunte. w um ..m., mmim rot IH' at n usoaauea apoa ae etintduhad nA.t ar ihinga, ud that it will be seuina Al nraea. d at of vd extmple. Ii ootu.n, ihao rspaaliag law tb operation af wbiafa ba proven it lob fraudulent, unm.. . iu conflict with all lh great prioeipUa of rspobltcsn l.brty, '.' whleh do not arnwr ih great sod for wbicb ourfree ns I'uiions wr itblif bed whioh tr. prettive ii their eperatiea, a4 tthleb ler J to tjeplve te AIe eldna of 4s eoitsetttiafca trtb-nittb teatia oo the ttataW hoVk. I iaioi tkat of al only ilkiltJjy easy do iU aiht ate hoaad by every k'f b eaa sdetauoa of repmeatauve daiy, and el woiiw ia tie eoftsktauea, to repeal a J aebodeaUo,dto bttaie wise and jast oaea ia tie r atead. Ia tt of taofa etdcttvpa to poda owkedlf detiael tad opptfita law, or to ! the -eplo to fr aader Ita kCt ..11 . - lfrt m rliiiri! Bat it ia atid tbi t the fiiat fcsae ta snr 11 oa h-iei.h oar tet a resolve lie ere tha any aea ehaage baa been It eeaet ad ) aa itee what easy rn.de. 8o f.r aa tit fad 4 ebt gg lh b the ri!tv ae aba k the ped certerrDsraodisUiei i eonretned, be,aveMHev of fcavief d vebarvd iMS tit daaraaial period of pjoi-dtyi tbe reeolleetioa of thw, it a mnt uoaaie! il my be so hat as U the p n! ae eaa lease a a aolle il eritsaee lo i eiple. I bwe abooa U pl ticiioi io Iha jcbih'rea; aad if Ita city tf ei fred-ai retreated chaetea of tbt tlecuMa! di.Uet. ' i tf via la te teked by a aaad.1 bide But lor the sake of argumeat. I edevl that ao tuck proevdare baa ever beta tvapV ed bvffrr. Aad abj? Bcie ae aueb preMiac aeevasity evt existed for it ! for. Partix.a ijrsoay nev r iefore rla- evd a iron heel vtith arh uarevlirg tie- 'leoce, oa le oeeks of ikt astad of the fieesaea of thi I.ad, Amid all Ibe psty as it is mM the our Litoy, never btlore wt each ieck-J By t.e antval at New Urlean. or Uie Si could not have 1st coatemi t ail ib'te 4 far the r gbt or j U. S. eamer EdiJt Captain Couillard, Mter, hut purely ! lb einiet. att brfor a a aoeh brtsa . we have three dat a' liter datea ftota Bra imitr. and I will aad gUm g epprtsiiva perptirsttd ia ibe xoa Santiago. She left Braxoa oa the Our ListotT. never btlore ws SCO leck-f onea fare of dsT. ll then, ta ditthat'30th alt., and Irinr eonftrmatioa of lb fore readerid o.ces.try. whoisiotlsai! . - 9 s who by their ottrr disregard or evety principle 1 weli-regvivlert libeny. i.tta .six or eni in.us oa m a roaiea w v c.o loieed Ike ateri.ative apa as. Tke p;ri(,anilil.etrto8ubder(!eneralsTwis . loirsJ tke alien, all f t Oi'O lit. I be P ' ru-iar , ir ail.nea of oui reoretsn a iva is - pobliean y.trru, it, that wbdtt kt con vai.er. Order aer immed.a'elj i.sted.vemcer 13 l.'aj taia IUrwio, aitb Ibe tiuiia li'a erected around u a l be i to tin divmon to teiiar ' step, ai.d jdroroe, aad alto three roatpai ha t,f ife guttd of freedoat by iwpregnabljpioeed at once to ?a illo. , Col. Ooph.e,a rrgimM,hte gone be btrrirrs wtich csanot beoverhrowo.tx-j Before the eip-ets tescbed Cimtrg.. ,lo to ibe tstisunea of he Usdcr. Thvie Jeept by the tMlence al revolution the . Gn. I.vko bad star ed for S.l illo with ja a tumor th.t sixty drtgoooa htte beta t fore aod poaer af the fovrramett are bis eoitmsnd thia was on tie 20th. -deteaied by ibe Nattja Kd at. IJeai. tctrcely aeea ia their opera ioa. It i Gen. Marthttl et out aext atom nt , tak- Noble, el the drg')n, writes ibtt be 0kI with aa, as with l! moatirhietl got - eiamsats ol lb old word. No leudtl associsuuns cnaia Ut cowo 10 ma ir - . all a enable tndurtoe ol lontora ana tioje - oia oppression. Uur consiiUu.n attte ample provision for lh aJvsnrea.ei.toI j ,,"M any .! Ui being obliterated in blood. Here, ibe love rder. and obidivtiC to ttthortt)-, pvart - j lu,7 bieb ie ihsroviNe ol " ,worj a otter isous. ,WMd ia otter Isods. . To those who have tha de.tiay of lh. dresa tevstlf. We shall no doubt le laid that our eourse Oiisr will offer to our a" 11 P"bb!e ihsi ii is tiue, a ths j live to the niountun. The latter maoi political opponlots.tnextmplevf ebanga! " od 4 Mobteiey ptses ihrogh .fested no deposition lo yield. -r ...K ,ko ttlM ! l.w,! Saltdlo. There w a cir o toi e uuntair j Queen Comare was still at Rsitea, and snwoid they sgtin by teeident itin U.e acentlsncy to our legislative eoure l. then let them do it, and upon uiem'"""racl!t,,,,' "r ordwanee. let the retponriHiiy res. Bbt is this anj hc imprsisiori of acmlrmtn arguotvet to be sddrssaed to ineo. to! ' etm piitengert in ihs Kdi.h. tnJ w bom is entraated the gntidiamhip ol tl.e ptepVe right to ocn tc irg onder a bigh rtpoustbiliy to God sud their country to atan who btra atood tb or deal of ajsoy a bitter contest to rata who bat so ofua and ao loag'.draak of that cup of bitltrncM, which ptitv in- lilrrtae has forced io our host J Shall wo fear lo do good, lett the arior of oth-i er may heieft-r call upon u for renew- Pec0, er rtl xd, Gea. Tli ed exeruon! Shall w fail to walk in! thund men to op- lh path f doty, lett ibe detoon of til! f0 5ol Aui.a. Qui M.foraiahU tbkk may hereafter erdetvor io obliterate our j ,n' ,,l Anna's arroy wa ovrrsid; fo. tp-inraf Never, never. Tb peodl!",, n" Pt' knowledge ws had of bis demand his wotk si our handi. Tl.. I " nuoiber. 4 ar wi.i.'g oar action vo Ibit ut j'Ci wiih the moat intente tnxiaty tba thou- aod of freemen who have beta ditfrtn-' chiaed, ar erjing (or relief, and demand- ing. av ir,dmanding ihat we should trik lh f ter ol oppresion from their! b'nds.Let u rcolieei, we arngtgd) i . . . aoatrto liora fhepior rale condition ml wkuhathry hate so h n been tramnlcdf en by proza violeneo end Oipressiin - tad if IaciPg ih government under'?" arms, it wss ihooght Caualei bad the. salutary eontrol nf the calm and re-i 2000 mrn on"' him, and that thclargs fleeting judgment of the public ram.!. J ,,ppty' of g od al Mrta.norts. and ilio Untiring industry, uncrating vigdtn;s,! Pa eoodiilon 'of that ciiy, oiigM aafaihng rilnce to ihe corrupt and 15:','s,' ha roartf e. evil teadeacv of the times, w th tatk! G'r', c'11 rivd at ie Braxi off which it tel bf lor u. Th g o. out vie-' v 8ln ul1- 'M Mlwwin Uy he p.o tory which wctehieveds few y ran since, i epfdd t the month of ,th lto Gruie, mid tt aboa1 aod buzxt of regenerte; ,,J J' ,l tbat'plee whin the Edith milliout and tha fru.lt of which wersj 'Vnf tnivaf of iha bi.net be aoaiehci frora ns by th batstt and il e)'0"'.nd rcgiorei.lof mounltd tifle- foblett truioti should teach ua wbatwel wlun 11 "nilertlood bo would tan do, when we resolve to tacnfii pcr- P,0e6 immedmely up the rir to Ct aonai and sectional eontiderttions on tbej "''t"- a'tar ol publ.e good, k Thai most shama-' '.'P'- Wayne ha been irsosfei red from ful t aaerifiee boi two ysr since, of on-,nt ni Major General Jessop to that of the brgheil and nnblesr spirits thai ' en Scott, and wa 'to accuiptn him ever '.4d th ian-auard of "enmtitutioual1 " bi 'our of obitrvtifon, Tetaiii- litMiriy in the hioiury of the world, should tsseb vs ibe danger of -an over-eor.fn!eii . -upiuv recur j, - li e pIIUCil elr iuenta are agvin ia a iittioo, preinratoy ..it ........ . .., i . t anotrer atroggle, oa whirh mty poaj. .1 I .1 . .. . ! . , , u.j uponu ido iiesusy ei rreeuom in ail fiitor timr. Tb 'ghtern ihouaand frse fliei io North Cs olint. whots voicca wro in, field of victory and fame. Without wiahitig to disparage others, yet I foal we'l ured. ibat if we sre led jn this eonla'si by him 'whoa word' bat drunk eo rjvpof lb blood of the en mie of hie eountrv ab'otc wisdom in ouoetl is no" less to be tdmired thsu hi bravery ia the lieM wb lit ever been fouad eomptttni to his Usk on every I 'try., ifff ee4tior.4sd uk b asy oacn sapprested. are demam mir of " au oesn i.n.uhl waa so airomr that A. . , "rge oi amjur wa ibat". tba M -r two hsva alotnai la,k.i..a . 1 1 1'zpatnck and Mr. S. IK SnbleUc. is lit way be tbiewn oi ea. thai ibev u... i.,io ' '"btlwved that ao emr.. t,.,i r" ""nurety, to recalKicn. Ker I hat eaUftbatk ta ail- I '-"ws aia ai'tal Mlirritfwl Vblirila (U 1 ' "H. 1 lltrrflbla CUtiAfJr J lata tl ttara 14 Ulp U t wtlf o test I: I UT.d It tt 0r I ad. I ,'f eedeee io a ghwiw ! ba Kiay. I aveta ike W roof Chippaw aod h'tsgara, kia who baa af late been ttrum. m (tmv ralitieal eerifiie ; ha!loo-pud tegra t ia the Ised. Bl Uooglt feansria avoy lfb ataaj uliie aV4Mbisa, tljr tml aw'lM walk fv Jmi, Www I eaaa ! Bat o ataiter who ty he the leader. we shall ejy the eoast l ag rtflcMea, thai we at least are lUattlese. HIGHLY 1MPOSTAXT. isiwuf amm wir gu ami Matmmm a. Be the anival at New Odeant. of tbe reported advance of Saata Anna aith a large force upon hallillo. ll waa repott- ed that the ileiicaa army aeaHy 30, 000 strong. When lien. Worth exf VI...a.a. f ! .. t.. t... 1 1 pre retried , " . . ; Montetey, Uea. Tjhr baa n'y onej ' and Uuitman weie hhl twelve satfes in sd- ! lug with him ll e remvinder of h lorees ' wuh the exception of Ctptnat Hunter m owinwgn a ciraninu, wiuro wrn oa - m . ,ilt troteet tt ti point. I be trooi rmigktikwi'k tht I a! '" reaoart ate, 3tmirr-AHikipk4 Ailmk t Vmmir: Yours, vs ij .!), Ae. from Caima'go were oa a forced maick jed at Valparaiso. 'I hey represent tha to teseh S.l illo ia time for a battV. tft prospects for uiercsntile busines to he port bating prevailed for several dtyvery discouisging. The Fienrh troop, bvfore pnsiuv arfvires weie teceited oljfroni TOO to 1000 trong, with 300 nsttt the a ovtmem of Sinia Anna. alliea corrtMutirg about all the floating Genera! Vii1 oii etr atdes fum 'population of the towu. had been absent Saliiilo at tbe Uti advirea from l.im.- ai d of.il was tuppnrd b vtonlil jm f.enrral j vVnrtk in toa to attttl io rtpvltibg the : tuvre wis a rumor tntt antt anna liitr wt a rumor tbtt 8antt Anna h,a n a body of . 17.000 men b. Cf report was not crvuntu. nr ""w " .. K.iiaio. but it It not!vinreu no nntre rilcndty iltsporiitoa lol r f0,b'e io ibe march of sa ar v, sou la witli wbOro w b.ve eoi.ve.ed, that bat.low. foogl t about the2Stbi.lt I wts ihougbi. bowetar, thai Geo. Tsjlor bid tetebed S.lnJIo beforo thai uwe. and tl.o l.en. T 'fir's, (itn. OminiiiV vian. uui.ei s. tna t,en. tvooi s mm . . W oO m m . .-. i r- tv martd. It was likcwiae hoped tbtl the Iroop from Camarga would !o strive 81 l'llo in good tettcn. If ibste ex- !.e w hole v.ltt of tha R o Grande w" ,n ', r I1'8' fg'meai. Aoi i- "f n"',n 01 n a'ack were eoierttined al Mtttmora and ilher points, i Tnm ll" ttebri$ ui.dtr Can. let. Th "'"'"''al of to roiny Iriopt from ifl rivcr lh ,,,,6r exposed lo danger. . , ...... ' ,c' ,nU -,n . Jtup h"', ,,, """I- Both tbse P"tnt wr "dly d6cient io boih men '"P ubarju wts off th Hi os w en ,,,e Kd-lh 'aie.l, and will proh.tj'V bring wvi" ni' ut ! uigencv in i tew dt'a Euiiort wa also there, ao iha'l we mty catiift upon n srri.val eery soon. 'The new leaves s painful ai.xeiy io in, ywfictt ui event. Ilia ita preaaion amongl the ptaaenfers th msnding Vieiorit. . Tsmpico, Dec. S3, 1840. GeNTIEMKN-. ThO uorxpectad llelS'i- linn of ibe packet till tin Uia hour snt blt me t..gc ihs f iliowmg iniporisui inf iriDiiioc, jul r' eied bv me lr,no a reliable eourre. The information it con tained in a ietkr io a raotfirreial h'u-e In inaroti u ae direction cd" i Irre, aadtadtUd If Tea, bo 18th ,a,. Te si.na i i. at U-o lleg Cfeo hate Ua ifc otrabait aat tease, aer aid they teceiva ooasatia. awaer to west fee pce ! evert hot. m at . a . - M av m . W9 lam aa ieii a aon e Mssteo 4 every h that lra the ewoot ta wi. dr a. They ka fotthe teoelvotj tbst they wilt err t o ae fortign intent. tim arieirrre o hg boi Te Ist-or furtl e iba tt a f COO ta g.tatxd ty tl.e eWige t hsavUd. aa ae aew l.sa isytlsviloos. ed,ertls tl.e w liter ka altteitM to eawoe loa, , Tl i arii -a h rarl of jtca . at oore dturatii e t' e ,llie ctwa of e Goveiawvht, ad we ty aw oik ot for a prwttarbd aad p'Lfo ilnjy Vkr I predict it will ed ta tb ton .ett f ,4 3d s ee sor b ol the bat of tls citVMba l.aeeseadisg west to tie Pa- iSr $4 ibal tbi will reeowe a Aateiicaa loam. f to. tbie wdl be a (rest tee fot btataast, tad a ea'a oa f- iaveta eta la propsttv The rtere of the tenure aoitbifiLU ie to ah t ttle. bea mote al I! Furticr 17ewt Cent Hew Exxica RumottJ tkftat tf lh ire-reeMs.W copy ih Miooitif hoot the 8l Looie KepobUaaol Wedaetdsy, 30ik alt. a additi'in to what wt atawd ia e.r rl" )erday.a drrivej flaw tsueia by the latl eipusf fioat Faata (V.agei.. ilemaa t-f ihie ei y, eoaaected witb the ry, hi lurauhed a with the fbllwag I rset ol a lekr teetiwd fioot Pari f. . . . . Mafewru, u tnruitair. If oe, p.-" v an.uii iobviu liUvr s: ot. Tbe We bete dtes fioat h'snta F I Nt. f year, and Ithtttt the raotoi i tree. , ( (tvuui iamm..i. numn If . a irota i anin 10 jane lute been rtreiv- 'al uut loo n omh, oreasioually rvskirig an attack upon the ationcholds of the ns tivea in the mountains, hut not wiih much surccs. The French are erecting block noue ana other defence, at the mouth 'of the principal eallies.Ta they progres .mat mey woum tie able to confine the ns- ward the Fienrh thin heretofore Butlm D. Aur. American Praeenr ai t. mnien It. I a ft, broke ou ra ibe inner part of he loon u. t.icfai wtsdark and rUudr ; a ihovghi it was t signal on lb part j of b Mexican to caraaienea t mtt'nv. ahan imm, n.....i i . ii .r l.i. . . uie ntvy, proceeded lo the teeee. Oo his 'al. be aw tbe hoove eavelopvd in flame. nd o on ihe ry lop of the boot a besmiful Klexican girl. He.amidti th fltife aad anoke, aueceeded ia tiaeg be top of tha ht'use, thd with hit piixa lowered f imtelf tafely to the ground with a rope. Santa Anna and the American De serters, A ner ir.m Monterey lo th itew U ienIire, noi.cei the arrival at ban Lua of the fi8t Amerietn deserter ftm oor arsay. ' I sys tbtt they pr nted their several oidere for money to Stnia Anns, m hen be informed Ihem ibat be h d not enough fund tr feed hit own ohier. They wer worn down by ira el, hungry, ami without tbe main of getting hting. so ihey concluded ss a U.t retort, that ihey would j4o bi army. When they applied to him lor permittiun o go into ib rank. Ii rplid that thy would leave him ahould be get into tight plsce. They ; affirmed": In the Contrary, when Sita Anna f laudy told them tbtt toy tain whit wobld ilerert one army woutj !erri anixher, and be wanted n t iiMg io tin, with such men. . Ad o il.ey lcfi Irr men who fad been !ureJ t If under li e bright promisee tf ronimard n money, denied irrn the pnilrgo it earning il eir bread in lh rick of the enemy. The beauty of it i, hat ne. tlivuhe French nor the Engl h rtsidems will give thtm work or loud, ml iiy would no doubt give thtir right hand o be back in Uncle Sam's rtnlts. N lesi than 46 wtrs met on the rotd frota Sin Luis oS-llli.. Hovsmcnta In the West The fol lowing article is from the St. Lowi He puhlican of Monday, the ?7th ; It seems to be very well umlcrs'tood here that one of the objects of the express .from Washington lo Santa Fe, which left ncy General and all lite troops tinder hi command, which mav be SDarrrl from tho nonnfifiori of Santa und other points, to join Geri. Taylor and eo-opcrate with him; s If thi bo the purpose of the despatches? a con siderable period most elapse before the or ders can be c&rried into effect probably not until, sonic lime in May ' pr Juuo next." - , - 1 A biilerjo U tha rvHa0, of rrienhip.