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t ID lr 1 1 II jL!e0 1! i i U N I ON. T 11 E C O 8T 1 T VI I O N 4 M Tl! K L A W8,T l E U If 1 It DliNSO F OUR. MBF.UTY. ilTTT.H "li" Ti .1S wi:D.M:M.tr, on om:n 4, imh. I ISO. 11 Hi 1 M Ua 4 ' I scutrec m f,nl ed; r oWy rtff Cit Tlittt. li ie IWU tommm, v J TP'' U r just jusim , ill mm stature m met to. I im44im . ti Uetog ure tuat ikey Ct ilial iWv i-e-U u 'Ui"i f i. him eimj.iin J 1 1 t vLuicJuici and e,Uif Ides. ' . execution ur CAtur. In I.imartine'e lItMry of the Uira- the So1a. w eat nnl t aa LliiuW br that fctraml tiai idows Low sill ihfr tii I eLfire of all an.! 1.2a romrLanJ. Km roa uV ft-lri CMrc . . . t .uiehtwetl. m feml for wrk pre- tide lira WLel share wH they ukej eiaaever Lad itue rot. Cdeare of trtot "HJECOJ.rr.OM.SE BILL. jtwiios) rh rN)treiin, of l!Coa-'erb! UetJ. dm). Iswe whirl were nw in.n Le w4 il arat Mils After the mi iire n fiertioir hf h Lam : modes of tbatog gttoj aha-h ffvni A aff! aw etrrr ue. Lde it i apposed thai opp1niiy to ermca-l!i-ti triih a tingle inl mw ettrpra d of brwfirrnre, wovU he cbeer- fjr a4 ttgwody rru!rfrd. . W are m S) a i a - aa m a a " M"M lS-aWr m rrlatlfn Ut i rrtna ii.e lie H3J u'l w a hoCy of mra irimi M-.w to ,1.. fcl. VA. . .lrMwI-...nIUl ttf la "'ll'( '"Tr 'T ".M '".Btl' inti-m!. br Ihi, W1 rrilcn.-1 in.P-!m tll eUhea'ot N h CaMina. k-bhi.m L l'on UrvlJ Thr.f.fT.n l t bate here t!e 10 g tie the euljrt. e are hirrel t Ui the roatiriiiia. ihar Lail j the ne.ltil " (Vii pfmie Bi'4 asrd ... .: - Z. I I 1 f 1 m .1 tuJ lmi3e in Ue otjeel anJ pit it of. paniealar atnte fnNB h rar, erf uiM iniruufti:. . inane is Rre. hnu-treLlf, f fe iirf? af Ho iLra armiM the - rinromi'V -fnew He leWWft i.f lhai t.imanine. . "f ". (VijrrM. IfawU le beea a rtVi.l'jri w rrfcwaw W Near lexi and a loaaj I Stirpe a.euie it a. ihti N-k ia m lurli b m tfctjiiri.U tr ? ,nfmuf ,it m Me rrriu.tj arquired IUniIa? Th l.at pre wmiij ; "WiaLea f latety. are a tir 1 1 trt her. uipcIW !npaT II.; ,IW or'l'n w pn"eiu aBrra e.mt hrt eraMt'4i ariKHjr ami fciihiblnma litjiweni m ime uouiiii. lirutll aiioii.t r fir place ut U a f ..I. I " .11 I . . I I . ?a.!ftIA . . u t. . i " . . ' ... urprua. mwv uij-"-ri m innr , Tijr -u m ,w nnie. "and ia laarparaLIe Frum t' ji Miiioa i U.MMS fiw.1, ui mt esrio. -iiiananiermiurinnramiB. iiemarrn ii,.iMni.Mii V-.i, haiV lirrn etnlutlntml ia tut iiM-muriea tf prrnpiuie ti.einHvea like a li-rirnl the Irihuual hi h aa lo drtrrniiiu ihe (mnL, haa on hi- laurel by ilie la'ir Mrd ilie lieeU. Tlw exeruiionrra llit-m- our rigttix. The Supreme C'ooit. im f h a iim hand ; and thai hmi in hunil.Ir, eUe. iif'ig nam at lhi feMrity, irproarh C'ongrea. ra l pan upon them. 1 rirdt nvine aniiiiy. There i no hijih. d ihe pruple a iili their outracea. The jt dtiaion. we were eiiher lo gain the ee f n4 ii tin-ee. r r - . r II I- .1 . - II I . . lie f Wr ui J" rr 5 Mar nw w. oteara in i4.ii-c fnr ju Ko dlMih ,,lfy dlfre. wwr,:r 1""" ,ul r? ,,f Bot cu ' rendy. hut e r .ale jot J t.ur p,irM,o. a ill outlet at Mr htarery. we fI In d,Me himrlf m ntnmniiiv tf rharartrr . we fcni At U wuld hate lieen no )aer fimdira ihrt amk ahira i aad iMdieBff !" tw,I-Ihn!ly. Msyor uf nmnomi hut a - earreiider" aa iJeniieJ wnh lh d. Uila oT ) oiia-nm- J Tana, l l.e whde reae ia bmohi a 4 en,jfe ro,nprir aiinender r die wMe fy; IJ-ir. W'a intrre. o-irelrea in ihe f .idly heh ihe eje aa a pirture rWd, u tn ,Le .iwth. We ak ihe pre f a retital. ahde e aeclret I rwii it it i. a pk-ture ia won!. Well ader', aimniaaj for a inniet. In i e tompromUr? It ieea prtn-. idri of awl nrtw mml im mt prtKular perxNial dwiira. I.ile ed U death atMwe lie ihronj of ihe Bin!- ,meihin if w hat thai psrt rrearda h'u li!torf dteltrin. war and faaiin ap- jlilmle. Hi- pumrha.rnl waa no k lhaa tttt ,l,e ,uMeel tnaner nf depute. pn,.riitin. wk.leihey neither tale tha ' ptWrarld aaiaiiort. Ilia head hate. ' ))rrr one taira ay ihr if W Votn a orJ iw pprnl ihe esprae. we would , hie hair rat. hi handa tied Ichiad hi lMrk1pron,i-e Where earh drmanda all. and fturndiie e ry aynera tf erieiolcit. j wiih an enornim:a eord, hi budy eer d v;j tale noiliiog lfa, a law-aait follow, w a t eieuae areSea fnim emire. j only by a ahirt beneath frerzui; aly. he ,j ,j,e fina erJir amJ judgment are far Yelihiai a Kiudrd benerolenee, betiie hJjr Interred the quartrra of ihe eapi fmm being a Coinpromiae. niiUer r-amaWe or rf ligiou. Er ry lal. Tlie rt fue and aeura of arU, w hoiu ( g wn!er ilie hill tn a hit h we refer. Il tilnlaiillimpist. whim- great l.i.'trmtn'a he hd w reairaintd, apieared to rie , 0utd hate lt n in fleet bnl prhane of harV leen em.uJ.oed ia ifte nieinoriea tf and preripiiaie iheinat lvea like a l"rrent he irihuual ahii h waa lo determine upon .instead of , and by 1 rrnlil all. or way l. 1lit.111tj5ui.lM-d tiaefutueaa. Tht i popuUre waa only tit mote impleahte. 0,e aj. It ii.U he bme in mind : and In be obtained only by Ihe tereeratire The hirtle had inriated that the giiiHoiine, ra it may not he at fir-l tirw apparent, ii tlie eominon path of lboriuua duty, 'gener-dlv plat ed at ih Flare de la tW weeall attet.iion t the proiion ol the Howard memory i aarredhnd euhbme. eorde. almuld lie thai d-ty tranpnned to Dil. Or ihe26ih section the leginl.tir Jtut the Mtore w Inch procured his honors the Champ de .Mare, that Mood might power of the territory war tetled in the ci hutiil.le and eetere. lie went into wath ohi the blood upon tde ground w here Corernor, Fecrrtttry and Judjre. w ho ihe pri-on-htiue, and aoeiaied with po- it had been ahetl. Men who eallcd them- could p:i any law for the adinin'mlration teriy and erime. thiil be iinghl poiir some aeltea relatione. friemU. or atepgers of .f jnatire. not repugnant to this art. or joy into the UesuUe lit att. ihe Champ de Mam. earrit d a fljg in incomUlenl with the .Constitution of the II id be aimed directly at doing aome denaia. by the aide of a tuuthril. at the United Stale." but n Inw was to he pam great lhin he ruigbl hate filled eutiiely j end of a p.e. They dipped it from Itme ed, ituerfering w hit the primry disposal b it aiming in d ginnl. either more or lee t mite in tue gwttr r. ana violently wniak 0f lne tt,t reaneeting an estalilixltment of a he might be favored in hi lalwr. he ' liaiHy a lace. Outers spat in his race, religion, or nrprctmg the prohihition or st-coniplihed an in"unt of go.nl ahii li Hi leatute. lacerated and soiled w i:li establishment of A rricn slavery. The male his lurna great io ihe eatiinate ol lust aud bhrnit, 110 longer presented a hu- 3, action prot ided the miHle by which pnaterity. 80 wi'l we find it in the casa nun hwin. KiMrof Uushtrr ami apptaue rits of en or and appeal were lobe carri- of every truly gwt man; if we draw aside encouraged tht e horrors. That wart h, rt p from ,tie sUprinie Court of the ler. tlie veil which hi renown ha spread over interrupted at alaaon. Wttd lhe hours. ru,y lw tjie Supreme Court of the United hi life, he will be een, hard at work in "Arrived at the place of eseeuiion. Slates, and refers specially lo "cases in hi swdy, or laboratory, or talking by the t'tese tvlinert men o wratu made UaiUy vlring title to Slae.'" The Supreme wall-side w iih some1 bumble neron whom dfsct-nd from thf ttiiuhril, and forced him. Court of the l.'nitcd Si ilea then, whs to be he td Intake the object ol his Unrto- 10 make oti foot ihe tour of the Champ df tm uliimsiie tribunal to determine the lent aetiviiyx ; ; ; Mrf, t'ey ordered hun to lick the ground qneatioo. It oVrw.otrro-tong as Ihe ....nA. - - on WIlK Il . i JcdsTxttt tcote Arjtunciil. I.ne time sen there dwell in a ciiy of ihe West, not fUr from liinmin a worthy ge nd'-ttttn who held the responsible ofiice of Jus'ice of the Pcsce. lie knew some lit lie about Jaw, and great deal of tialu r;d itisiice. 11 i deeistons frequenily eaci- f . - l!ie territohr w iih hi slave. Oa reaelMee I nrad:cine and abMrdn.es ihtckea lliere, he finds that il. iababiianu 1I0 not j J0" f caaw sah-rribe lo your reMrd fas Mr. Taa v.. ,K AfrWn rar doctrine. . 1 bold, that a slavery n ia ihe same light thai e do. lie a asked ihoJl!scI Wew Mfi'tco, by the set of . . ... r f..:. ta ...I l.-. . .... .f.i . by aa officer 10 show his authoritv ior remrsiuing the Mirrty of las shoe. He t ilexiro in 1R37. and beeame a rati of the territory of the laitrd Stales, riAeaf hla bimielf n i ofncereaa how no war- rf'I' tUt ,u ntil ihe rani, civil or erioiintl. by virtue of which J WS ! ! t mted Slates Go. Ie actlHit he proJme the C'onsiiiution f-rnntenlior tlte Coarenlion which frames 4 the United Slates, and declares lhai w Su' rfitotkaai shall aherii. I ean. be the authnrity under which ha Itold. n" ftnh your right to hotd this nan He I asked to n-iut out the elatu wliich, "nndage. Ilemustbe turned looe,ln go eovers his eaae. After searching for some' plMre. So ssving U unfet dma for the rr .nl of power, his ere falls j nlm ,r' whtUt he watches upon the third patagraph of theil'seetion h ''Prture of I is shve.escorted by the of ihe 1th lttiele of ihe Constitution, and ! nslab!e sad his pet is rlteertd by the I leads No person held so service or' Hwinc re flection that he ha his anion . . .... tie bhtnd of the I't-M l had ll 'We.t; i;eiitfii expiaiiou did not fi... Thai decision would hare been satisfy them. The guillotine had been mruinst the South ! The Supreme Court ere ted in the enclosure i'sclf of Champ would have been bound thus to decide; tie Mar. The eanh of the- federation unA w,v do we sav so? In a number of appeared lo the people loo sacred to be adjudicated cares, it l as established the siainctl by an escciuion. The execution, doctrine, that when a (internment ac era were oideicd lo takedown the ecaf- ouirrs' terrimrv. eiiher bv conquest 01 " 1 . . . . . . te.f the in ligmuion of the voting hwvers ",, Vwre ' m re-rnici h purchase. U,e laws, ngt.t anil institu- who .nleadeil before hint, but be never ;"" . - f tmns 01 inerouu.r irom wi.tcinuc irrri- sttlTered himself to be influenced by the statutes which were hi opinions, or the ind appointed Uw expount! --ft" A) f IIIIII9 1i IIIV ll'KIHIJ l.l'.l Hi'lVIMIIV ftVlft." sccuniulaicd from ihe sewers tif Paris. j0tv is acouirrd. remain in force tnitil al brought on agiiiust ' 1 l,e 'u,,n', were fustrmned to f red by the Govt mment so acquiring it. lireel tl.rents of dis. "y- '''" niathine was dirmanded. I, waso decided in the case of the Amc ndcr. In fact : As if to pan.dy the punishment i f Chrit , r.nn InMuanre Company vs. "".Carter, I riitn iiiai or.ikii ma iiitn.iitrs si:iieii insa as... ax.... n a.w .. . i.ai iiama nlFice was a court reutMy in every ene. ' y-1 1 cere m f. into o.i..-r ... n. It wa. oseles. lo bring law it. oPP..i;ion;?,,ob,Jer,lVf1l,'e iM V t 14 ,V,lt'9 le il0 l i M,eIdo.clr,e Mhi sense of rijjht. He used to sny. ! m ,,",rh .'"r1 H"n f; is laid down im st deaily and d.snucily I am a j,stice, and bound lo administer ' ,1,e rffvl' lmr J'?0 ',liro"! I,,.rJ 1 ,e t numerous other th cimo.w of the ( oun. . a a 4-ainiffinnifl In timer iiimcrll :ilitntt llndi'r 1. It ...a.tiai-l l.v n lliaa ti-iiurt nf nil li iilnlllissl k li n 1 1 ' " & r - . it v't v i uatiaA .n.l a w axaaffi a J ' Vt .1.:. .-il.i II. i..'.n(..l ...!. I,!. K..r.' .i .:... . I l... II ever make inedoeile against the teachings -,uiwiij n mn-uiniioiwi .-. ofnivotvit eonsciuiice." Il i hurdly ne.' ,c5 wm'ng to himself, he aroe, and fIandjl lUe ra8. mfrt r01.s.de raiwn! Br ccssary to sav that n.anv curious things ! r JmRh.wr "eJ ,mn, ur"n. ,i'9, act of the Mex.cn Congress of 1837. happened in ihe office of this independent . ? nd infirmiues. They mde h.tn lot.k , Slavery was abolished throughout that ittsiirf on, during an Imiir, at ihe tardy. constntc-t fountry. hen we acquired Califoinia A case wa one dsy brought before the V" of his fM' Jtain mingled' nJ New Mexico, then, slavery did not laW to one slate, under the laws tttereof, neaping into another, shall inconsequence ol any law or regtdation therein, he di eharged from such service or labor, bul shall be delivered ap oa rUou of the par ty to whom such service or labor mar-be due. He soon concludes that this does not htlp him out of Ida difficulty, fr ii applies to persona held to service of laber - tt oping" from one State into another. Here Ihere has been no " escaping. On the eontiarv, the negro is there by ih vo luntary an of the one who, in 'the Sute from w hich lie is carried, was his mater. lie is forced then to eoniede, ihat no as sonance i giten hitn by any eiprt s pni vision of the Constituiion nf the United Sthte, and he is driven to another poaiiion, The officer telle him Slavery does not exist here in .New Mexico tl was aNl ished in 18.17 by the Mexican Congress the Congress of the United Stale ha passed no law rcetattihing it, and our trnitorial l-girlature l foi bidden by ihe "compromise act tn pas any law on tlie sullied where then is your author, ty fr (he imprisonment of this man' Stop a moment,'.' replies the indignant emigrant here are the Revised Sta'utra tf A'orfA Carolina, from which stale I canrr, anit inev recognized slavery, and lmmt inwr mwsir piopunr S r iSiiii I hold, and I contend that her laws on the suhject of slavery are in force here." " rooh! rejoins the imperturbable eon stable who begins at lust to feel his calling, "we have nothing to do with your North Carolina laws. e live under the l.ov- eminent of the United Stai. V h v, sir. oob to what contradi.Ttions and absurdi ties your doctrines must lead. The state laws are different and conflicting in refe rence to the subject and institution of slave- at . . a ry.1 in anme H is not recognizee at an, and doc not exist. How are you to re coucile, to harmonize all these laws? We are in a pleasant fix indeed tn have our chief master, the U. State, to serve, ami then thirty smaller ones, wielding their sceptres over n, and that number liable to increase annually. These State laws cannot be reconciled, because the terri At rial legislature i forbidden to legislate on the subject. Well, how will the thing work! You,. Mr. II. are from Noith Ca- k indues, and eWipItn alone but !U interest In the lrw pal anJ f pinto! stet far of th fsea, lLt crxlrsred bias lo tha araiy. Of Ua? snore th?a all huedrrtl atea reformed drunkards roce at Fort Jctsup allowrd tU benefit f the library, reading ftQi. and every privilege eonsis lent w ith ttti&sry life nany rbtued Ibeir discharge before eaterittg Tetas, and returned to their friends and homes, and dtese, wiih all that shared with their roaiffiatwier in onC 'ct and ticUry, aw ill et er rrmrmltt mml htt io. Yours billy, Tntt C&dfftT. Tlie rerdr of Crneral Tavlor to the chairman of the Committee for presenting tha nedat oraVred by the, Mt of Louisiana (very truly, says iha Chronicle and Sentinel) is full of tloi fied modeaty. , " Il ia true, said he, there writ high and gallant deeds done on tha heights of linen Vista, snd noble and precious blood dienched the parrhed earth and stained for many a locg step iu rrtggy borders; bi. genilemen, of ba gWy won thera I neter claimed mora lhaa a soldier's share. The honor to lead in the fight was a high one, sn4 that I faltered not ia this duty. in this watchful and responsible place, was enough ta satisfy my ambition. Duty was the star of my attraction, and to do it I wot.IJ bring at all times all my strength to pros trate opposing harriers. In perfortnipg this duty a small portion of glory rus fall en on the army onder my command; then let it not rest on me. Other men. with an Jc damages agvinst the arrogant and im (icrtinent ofljcial who has deprired him of to property, and by the very beuelicrol provisMtus of the I ontptomi'e, he can ap peal to the Supreme Court of the United States f, What is to be especledfrom that tribunal he does not tntsr. bul he is mml respectfully and seriously informed, that there are a majority of Judges on the flench," who are "men of Southern fee. ling, and wh, perhaps, will disregard all the psal decisions of the Court, and drcitle fin him ! A heautilul ennimentarr thi would be indeed, unon the honestv of nm equal heart and mirpos. doubtless, could Supreme Conn J " Not thern men with havedonoa wellasl. Myeomradeiioms Soiithanieeifir. and Souihern men nt batues since ttaeieiuneo mini nymeir with Northern fetl'iur:" ma do well to skill and courage, and lltey, like myself. juggle with in ptdiiirs, but le't them ever "ow fu,t; 'N how n,ucn due t be senuied from the Hench. We must, however. draw tht article lo a close. We repeat,' had the " Coin pro mise bill UU..bll and the rank am) Gen. Wool and Gen. Tailor, Soma paaed. il would have been - l,orn have recently sought to ascribe the a romp'eie surrender 'ol ihe lerri'oties of merit of the battle of Duena Vista to tha' ' New Mexico and California lo ihe Free gallant Wool, The Sieubenville Herald Soilers. To no other conclusion have we! heard General Wool lately give an ac been able to come. ' count of that battle, whew he said that len. ray lor was posted where he should r squire, which certainly required his pe- " ow n,a ne., en iar system' of adnnjiiaterinc JU 1 ' " dy IremhUd tv, h cold John line had sued II.cl.arJ Ifoe for a just U'- . ?rav "d .l. h.,bntU.cl,:mlhad. by .he atd of an c..un.enance preserving its seren.ty. II.s attorney, found a l.p-ltole br vt hn h he , nrrisluhle rj.a-n, passed above I .. exa cted to creep t of the necessity of Vl" and hok. d beyond U.ejn. He .... ,i..i..r. i ' lasted martyrdom, snd did not find it more iinviiicnt. I lit raC wore a uinokiui , . , CHARACTER OF GEN. TAYLOR. The following- letter was written by have been thai his plans arid order were nm xceptionable dial he evinced grtst Kev. .Mi. Lamb, now pastor of au oritur presence of tuind. and was deserving of . ii church in Worcester cMinty. Ma.-w"yi i w-'fe .- .,..--''-. it ... mIUmJ i JCUmmw. liUMuJjie spoke of (Sen. Taylor ia the highest . of Winchenden, who gave it lo ihe pub terms, as a General and a a citizen.. Il ' lie through the columps l ihe Worcester ) will be remembered iliat ten. Wool act Kgts. W hat better evidence can we have ! ed formerly with the lncooro party, there of the pure and lofty character of Gen. fore, he cannot be influenced in hi opinr Taylor! Il is not the testimony of a po- ion by any political bias or prejudice. litieian, or a man eager for the " spoils," j .... but of a. faithful minister of the gospi l, in1 The position, then, we repeat, pfQen. behalf of an esteemed and loved friend: j Taylor as a candidate for the highrsl of. , June, 184S. , fi(,e in the gift of the American people, ia . Sir Yon are, no dotihi. aware that I , wrrowfui one iudeed. . held the office of Chaplain in the United , , Ottawa Fnt TraJtr. States Army about six years, being sta-i So it was when he defended Fort Har tinned at Fort Jessup. La., aud that while "w g5'" he Indians. So it was at ' at the extreme souihern post I was in daily Buena V ista, when upon the eve or bat acquaintance with Brigadier Gen. Z. Taj- l.H "! was summoned to surrender. In, ; jor the fiist instance with a handful of men I presume it is on this account that you" tf pulsed the savage foe, and in tha propose lo me some questions touching "l,,er. with 4.500 troops, he put to flight the view of that distinguished individual. 20.000 Mexicans, and wa doubt not that I am willing to replv, not because I am come out of hi present position a politician or have any personal interest ju?" gloiiously. ftough undXtady. in his nomination for the Prenidency but: ' .r '. - . because I am laid under lasting obligation The following verse is from a Loeofoco .i i r . ...i . I. - ...i : . i i .i i it ...... outer man tnc nope ior wiin ir tie pn"ioii' pent, and bo ill paries employed lawyers ' , . i r . .1, lfl t u. H" tliscoured calmly with the lo plead for them. . e , . . . ii. u u i .t - .:. -.,:.,, ' nststants. One of ihem seeing hun par- I he Squire herd the witnesses patient-. . .- v lv. rose to hi- feel, wntte a Tew seconds at ' ;';'M. said to h.m." on t ern his desk, seated himself again, 'awl gave , K es my friend said he .n. ru... i ... : M bnl it is with cold. At last. the axe .aM i ;.t -i-u -.t ia, ,i,. .1-. i terminated this scene of protracted cruel-; cver carries In lave there, t...7. i- .1.. r i.: :i.u :.. . IV. U had lasted live hours. av in.r lIMIir ir IIMIM III III? UU O in i ; i -I ." 1 speech which U-led an hnr. , Whcrt he I V T i .j. ' -"." l lillllti U umictrie steisi" ! j ! fliliMllt'M MIHI IJITUIIVU !! ll"iitvi uui j riHiclutlcil. the nlaimitl" roiinscl rose . . .... . r . . '..t ..: lo nrn...n .k o.nKl.t- I! vl.o fin -h- ,ew re,:ninfiiria ...(. ed; and then followed a slight pause. The Spnire sat atdl, puffing a cigar and appa rently qnito at case. The lawyers both picked ip their hats, looked at each other and then at the motionless 'Squiie. At length the c..un-el for the defendant spoke, " I suppose you'll require a day or two to think ahoiii the case, 'Squire!" M C ni't say I'll ever think of it again," replied the, '.""quire, with an air of mingled iiulnleiisf am indifiVreaee. " Whl vf yU ineanl". inquired the mher lawyer. " Whatdrttynii moan, gentlemen!" as 'tl the ?!qiiirjj. V - ta Wi wikh tn know when we mnv look for a decision,'' said the defendant's coun sel. " You may look for it now if you please, gentlemen here is the docket." "The docket!" " Yes. I entered lodgment for the plain- "(T (looking at hi watch) a little better titan two hour ngo. "Thi, geiitleineit. t my Cut t!ie lj , i xi di-l not wait until the j Nutmeg Tree. .Tha Nutmeg Irce flourishes in Singapore, near the Equator. It is raised from the nut in nurseries, where it remains till the fifth year, when it nuts forth its blossoms snd shows its sex. It is then set out permanently. The trees are placed thirty feet opart, in -diamond' order a nude tree in the centre.. They begin to bear in the eighth year, inoreasing nr many years, and they pay a large pro fit. There, is no nutmeg season. Ever day in the year shows buds, blossoms, and fruit, in every stage of growth to maturity. The rie fruit is singularly brilliant. The shell i glossy and black, and the mace il exposes when it bursts, is of bright scarlet, making the tree one of the most beautiful object of the vegetable world. " I hold ," says a Western editor, with dignified emphasis and striking attitude. " I hold it as a self-evident principle, that no man should lake a newspaper for three years without at least making an apoltv jy ta the editor for not paying for it. exist lliere. except perhaps what is termed I ton servitude, differing w idely front the institution of African slavery. Under the decisions then, Un.vhich we have referred slavery cannot exist in those territories until established. by act of Congress, un less il be true that'so soon as a Territory is acquired, the itistilinim. or relation of slavery is.co im'auti, created by opetalion of the 'Constitution of the United States. If it be true, that to establish slavery in New Mexico and California. Congress must pass a law to that effect, then who ever carries liis slave there, before such Bailly pitied j aw jg passed, aiid submits a contest be tween himself and that slave for his free dom, to the ultimate adjudication of the Supreme Court, will be ihe loser, unless thai tribunal should entirely disregard all its nasi and uniform desisons. It would sav. until the United States alters the laws which were in force in New Mexico, and California when they were acquired. a ceiy cannot txitl therein. But if th Supreme Court were to decide that so soon ns these territories were omatneu irom Mexico, the. Constitution "of the United Stales, without legislation by Congress, extended into and over them the institu tion of slavery, then it is conreded the slaveholder, carrying his slaves into them, would be Safe. But is this trite! Can it be for one moment, conc eded, that pur Fe deral Constitution was intended, and so framed, to be a slavery propagating ma chine which.jrqprio rfgorr.directly and of its own act, and by yirtua of its pro visions, so soon as t,he country over which it onerates is enlarged, instantly extends over the soil acquired, the institution of African slaverv. now existing in some of the States! In what word, sentence, section or article of the Constitution ean this doctriiie be found! None. As ardent rolina,and there is Mr. S. from 'Louisiana.; to that honest, noble hearted man and I campaign song: Now suppose I had an execution agvinstj would gladly correct some of ihe gross, Ths lame, the spsvln'd, all must yisld, both of you, one as principal and the other mistakes that are now afloat concerning j " Old Michigan" is in the field; aa surety, and I had levied that execution his character. j H weights are light, hi. .limb sr. rtoui on a negro woman and child elongi.tg to In polities Gen. Tavlor i a Whig in Py! wiByea trot OWJbiiej eat t von, and a negro woman and child belong-! religion strictly orthodox but in n ither Ye, sir, you'll find hun already in tlie ing to what law would govern that ! i he extreme, maintaining his well lorm-, new reauy - to nu up us we if, iuu- tier or no itxiuer, ana swelling me uawe sale! - Ton would insist that tlie laws of ed opinions wiui the calm decision which North Carolina prevail, and wishing your' he manifested on the field of bailie, negroes to be sold lo the best advantage', Willi regard to slavery, and extension you would require them to be sold fja- of territory, I assure you thai neither for rf but S. perhaps, would say, the laws a slave market nor any other object was of Louisiana look upon a woman and child Gen. Taylor in favor of conquest and an as differing from a mare and coll. in some nexation.. lie was not in lavoro! receiv- resperts'at least, and there they must not ing Texas into our union, nor in favor of be sold separately, and this being rather the recent war with Mexico, ihe only lite most humane way of doing this thing, evidence rd his being in favor of slavery S would demand that they be sold topeth- that I ever saw or heard of, wa the fact, er. Well, the sale is made, and Mr. O, that he did w hat ever man at ihe South from New Hampshire, becomes the pur- must do, if he must hve servants, viz: chaser, aud venr soon an execution is either own or hire slave. I d-i well te lls slapped upon h im, and the same negroes member that a part at least of the color- arc levied upon by what laws ts inetaio ed people living in Ins lamiiy couiu reau then tp he regulated! By those of New .ell and were very pious. Hampshire? There are none. Then' Gen. Taylor maintains on all occasions what (aw would step in to aid the officer, the habit of total abtinenet front all in that of the state from which tho negro, or to.xicaiing drinks and to this he haa as- the oiiginal . owner came! If the latter, crihed his robust health amidst the swamps how would that be found out, and. how and campaigns of Florida and Mexico, would the officer 'manage in case of one I would also assure you, that nothing eottld who emigrated from Ohio, and whilst he more unjust and untrue than the aser- paing through, Mississippi, purchased tion that he is a profane man it xtfaUt . j. - . 1. u .1 1.. ... ' 1. . . 11 . ... negroesi 11 tne jurner, inwn aiiogeuicr. 110 i a ungui urc-puon governs in reference to the issue of the the common ptact.ee of profaneness in the negroes born in New Mexico! So. too, in army.. cases of division of negroes among-t next Gen. Tsylor is the decided friend of of kin, die. A widow from Viiginia would Christianity, and Christian institution, demand one third of al the negroes her 9 was a regular atlendaut of public wor- husband died possessed pf, whilst one from ship in the gatrison, accompanied by his North Carolina would take but a child's accomplished .lady and daughter, part. Rut suppose these two buxom . Mrs. Taylor is a. lady of fine appear- widows marry again.-each to a man own- ance and agreeable manners, and a c,oais- ing slaves, and from a different state from tent nrofessor of religion. As a family which they themselves came, and in a they appeared to, observe the Sabbath as short time thereafter they are so nappy as religious duty. afar off! It wouldn't do to number hint with either the lame or the spavined, un less the old Michi-gan-der ia willing nest . November to confess that he is distanced,, out and out, by a horse of that complex ion. " Grape Shott What W8 want We want, says tha American (Whig) Review, a Constitution-? al Executive, not a monoerat, at the head ol this government. We want an honest . and a modest man to fill the Executive office, one who shall feel that the weight of his proper constitutional duties Is quite enough for him to bear, without seeking to take upon his shoulders the added bur then of all other powers of government, legitimate or illegitimate. rhATFORMS. Washlngtoi Platfona.-r An ho.wi zeal and unremitting attention to the in terest of the United States are all I dare promise." Taylor lalfiaTri. It will ever be my priite and constant endeavor to serve the eoiury with all the ability I possess," Cass fiauorm. " The noise and con fusion which pervade this assembly will prevent rqy being heard on the important topics 10 which you have cabled, my atten- uon." !y as we are attched to the institutions of ;t loe their huabandsand become fur thf( The General teok a deep-to'crest n the " Pa, hasn't boards riz!" No, child, what made ypu think they had?" Cos I see that all the big men are raising platforms ',"