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STATS LSOISLATUES. SEXATE. liby, JestMry It. Atrf J.e from the comrairit- on private bo'si" '! p'' ' fur it cflflMrarli of Turnpike toad from S lubory weal to the line of i Slate ol Uroria, earn hock fro U Houae, wi;h aa antenJmeni; which we eoocttrrr J in. Mr. WaAd&. from lit Judiciary ctuu mine, reported bark veral hd'a to the eate, mti'M-H were Li J up. the ulle. Th nrdotiori in'ro!ueJ by Mr. C5il IBtr, is reference i !, t.c of bargai nor. uur.fti, and rrii.i ytt mil, in the rontestej flffiie from Oraoge, wera ta ken up; hen llie fir-l ro!jii". dc. lar ing th aolee of harjiiiior illegal, pa-a-ed by it of 33 la I. The ec id and third, d--elring ihe vies of trustee and tttui f wf rjf die. !. ww ! passod. l'h id resoluu'nne n iLea read th third time and passed. Th b.II to provide icltef for th pur rhaaets tf th Cherokee lands, and to ae rur portion of th debta dim the State, was taken up for consideration, amended on ruxiuMi of Mr. Albright, and p seed ita aecm 1 reading aye 'VI, noes 17. !! bdl u incorporate the Pan Kiver Mechanic Association, in Milton, was amended, and patsed. ArTKasoux atssinii. It. rm Are ftVr. . So & la waa r- j-rcJ. "I he hemi then rraairrd ihe tari d IIIcc!..- esse fnrtn Otaeje. and Mr. McKr rmsQied hi argonriu in lefc-tf b iniif fuettiLef. aod rn e'twlrd. M r. Uduirr ne in rej lyj w heat U. Se oai tuk a frees. - Mr. Bower aaked leave ! widJrsw s!e res. haton offered l y iwrtn f ih i'oniiniitrr Mi.if d" lii b lie uo! a iej o s l jfc:iou l-in uidc, no qu eiuia raaie bei' re it. Ornate. Mr. tii uor ilirn nrreUd la t!de the eaat in n ily o U.e rwtinel U t the i:iu: wriider. T hr funUr rnraideraiion -f tlcuea. lion aa pu:or.ed uiud 3 o bck t-n.or row. A run.! er of eccroeed lilla from th Iloue vl L'cinibxi paed their first read tot J!r4je vaa read from the Gorernor in relation lo Uie Ki'ih and tiaisiou Kail rovl, and the prupMi on of the llwuc to print, lonrurred t:u 'I1ie8eiut then took op and rnn":der- ed tit uieg:ige frooi the llou in n' la tum to aiiiouruii'if atne die on tl.e 2'Jih wltrb as concurred avt-a 4'1, nixa 14. 'fit bill Ut m ile bclr and mare auit- alle pruviaion for ftmtt loctrt, u de Joviier, and X9 h tf Jaaeary, ttlea p a! pia-,-rf fw;ty t( the lairo. v ar n:rx1 Tie Srr'ten f Ph 'tr trpel j J f ar.if-awy of I'liimi d. 1 dut d I m fd"dir MweearirMoipowiire ed ir'a.a'nd iKm itr:itMa W 1I-om i t !d iarf f il I inu-r. j.o-V- tianljj, J4wy tt. ltV.J l a.!pied irfiereoee t L re. ! vaa d Ue r y Mrr Sim !y. k'jy-i lurit p lr ui it frii: sud m! u. f:, 4 Tl IIiertoeeeJed lo l It ruckiiU-ra- J eettly armored trrriofe f ear M J ar, )Iejrie, (ieaei. auJ Mo : 2.011. tU 11,3 4 R i'om ff il.r ei f n-ced r e4tkt rr eet- nif etarrry ill ll.e Teifi'ik ilwir ta re ud remiir lu Mr. Sui-ly tutted W artitd ti ly Uiuf tk Uo- inp: tul t'atdutaia. by estrtMlutf tlte Ho iben agreed npr to tl f ariUr larraa, 6. Itraolted, Thai a eop y -f U. tf f oirif rtWutHru be id ly lit KpeLi r bf lit S-rie and of ('omiiu. JCmArJ, tliat !! d rtaf Kwt& '"d forward, d to out tmab)eand l-'rpre-t'arctna U aO inir j !narihr anactrd ' amt.l.trk is CtMigre, iitt ieoetitat the mitrn U ti il-t Oary irrnj it a a Uiey be laid baft llteir rrperUte llou. ly. Htlore tb ueu a blrn ou rxraijtir f-iy a-hm ij4r tl apprid lb Howe a'j tHtd. S jl;ue f irrirni and atrruuna. 1 1 MrJonJay. Itmmtry ft. j r ana fMtna nl-w sod efiiif The Fpealei tUrktrJ that Ihe ixr of a,w,,, eeeo" b f M d , o.airite cly rrery 10 i m iW"- 'S1" J" Nv'i C. TheBgrodb.lIfrora.H!1.e.to baU(1 Me.M.s..,ah. . .., ,r,..a uir ve,rai uaumau 1 ornpa- XVoolin. The bill then pwed ill third V-Vr"lM 1 ",U P" i a.Jini-ave. 33. noe 8. . . u . ,p.. on iranairni Vfri f f cotumitleea mprrliunla in mr ,tf iIia nifrtwkruil f tnwna of thia Ssiaie, u indefiniiely poat- o,,.i I arTKBSOOJI acasiow. The rraoluiimof Mr. Wonh in relation Th ronirated eler.ioij frn Oranjre to a railed ae.t,on, w..,on hi n.otion.laid ro1'n!" r P"& iwiired to lay the .'"is .uirjcvi vii tiir wiuiv, win a iiv mit:i" warda widtdrew. Mr. Lillinion wat opposed to thia mode of i-radiii a ueminn wn tin aub- upon ilia taVe. Saturday, January SO. Mr. Albrijfit tatntduml a reaclutinn Prn.,,g o, u.aoev,rrpr.nu.ijoiu. a-ta jw.u ,f grnllemen Bn dMlatt to p ... v,.,, ,,.,, .,. nU hw Hitwiigaiion. they ahnuld not .... ..... .... ,..u. area to thill th reponail)ilitr uimii the A nuinher of en-.oar.! bill and rea- fm ri0a,,if ,ime ..,, of ,,, luiimia irom ui itout . pa.f eu meif tm f rwil,t Tlie .j,, hilt ,,. u,l(lt.r p,, .... ..... ..... I eiueration for a Ion tune the eoinrna I lie epgroMta DWI earaMiahinf a ay- trf nm f,,,f j in , Uborio.te in tern 01 nuernaiM.nai rienanfM. pforcra. tlir,lion of h for lhrvt WM v,-ad we ed by Mr. Yattemar. pwed ita third ,re t be told now that no derision iato rea.li.ig. una.ntnouly, and i therefore a he naJ ,nJ 0, ,neui!)er ,e,u-t,? propo. i.. ..t-1 .. ' ,e 10 '"X U ov" beyond ihe ri.rd ol tl.e .... ,.n..cu ... . aion,to tha 4ih or Marrh by whkh amenumcnia i wnirn a une o.aeuwion Mr. L wfn, jn an MtnMl ,nj anima. en-iied. whin th bt I waa pnatponed by tvi ,, ,ft or dff jllion of ,hji the amtal of the hour for th fecial or- fa,t tndt in cim.u,i(in, ,nod lo poi. ,'rt c , . . i pon the matu-r until 3 oVIorkoit Friday. ration of the tpeeial order, being the con-, ci,ioi. T,e motion nretailed-are. 23. naya 21. A number of pritate billa paed their fmna and third reading. Icated eleetion from Ormre. Mr. Mj introduced th following re , eolution: . Ecmktd, Thai tha Senate conOrm all rbamr ajreej oa hy a mijariry of the eemmiilee.wbirh " voieatlo net onfliot with the oeinioaa of tha aiit prrma Court; and tha benale tlien tka up tha Tolra that are allrpfil to t ilttcal airrn to Mr. ailiitu, ana a(ipiy m etittetM-a and determina them; and lln ttia otra that at allrrrj la I il legal given to Mr. Berry and apply tha eidrnre to tlitm; and drtrrmiii tha whola uiaitvr accord jiij!. ammoo da?ioji. Th further consideratiim of the ron , teated election from Orange wai laid over to Monday. The bill in relation to purrhaete of Cherokee land waa taken up, on moiinn or Mr. J honij or Haywood, and read. Th 7th ren inn, which had been firicken nut, wa restored, and the bill paaeed its third reading. The enprowd hill to inonrorate ihe North Carolina Kail Ro-id Company waa read the aeennd time, on motion of Mr. Thomas of f)aiilon, and pasted by lli followino; eote, rua Maavr. Ali, UaTI, Danivt, PaxM-oa, Gilmer, IlartToe, ITairtiina, Jovner. Lane, I.tl lington, Miller. Patieraon, Krich, bheparj. ?inai, Thumna of Dnvidwui, 1 hom or Haywood, Thampson of Wake, Washington, Yfataun', Wod- Gn, W orth S. Au.etwMeaarl An)rigM, BaVnard, BVthell, Bower, Col line, Conner, Dnt:e, Emm, Heater, Move. Murchiaan, R"jter, Smith, Speipht, 9pi ear, atKcr, vtam, mney, woolen 19. Monday, January St. After the iiual morning buine, a niesnge waa rereierd from the llotite iraiMniitimg the euroasrd resolutions of the fSfn.ue on Ihe tulijret of alaverj-, with Mr. Stanly's amendment. The qtivsiion on concurring in the a rnemlmcnt was ihrn taken. All the mem bers present toted in the aflirmttite, ex cept Messrs. Ccllin, Aloift and Speight. A number of cugrord bills from the House wcra read die flret timn. An amcndineiu 10 iho common tchoo! bill, mwkiiijc it imperaiire on the Cottniy Courts to lay a tax to the amount of one jhird of the school fund received by each coiinlv, was coiH'Uiml in .ires 20. noe 17. ' Several other smpnilmpttls wove adopt ed. and a protracted deh.ire ensued upon aome features of llie bill, after which the bill was laid upon the table. The Senate took up ihe special order of the day, being the bill to provide for amendments to the constitution of the Slate which was read the teennd time. Several amendments were proposed and rejected. AFTERNOON SESSION. The Senate pioceeded to the considera tion of the" special order, being the i-on-lesicd elccii'in from Oranire. I he chsb was then opened by Mr. P. K. McRae, iouun'1 fur the aiding, mem bcr. ' Without concluding, the Senate ad journed. Tues.iy, January 23. The Senate took up the bill to amend llie Constitution, the ques'ion doing on its passage. The yeaa anil u-.iy were called hltkrtf-ff.ht of the Seniors beind i.r i; ji.i'tae. yej n0(.a j Th Cap Fear and Deep Kier bill waa then taken up, and Mr. Uirwer with drew his amendment, beinjr the, Charlotte and Danville Uoad bill. The bill paaaed ita secand reading ayea 25, noea 13. The Charlotte and' Danville Koad hill then passed ita aecoud reading ayes 23, noes 18. tTENTSO sr.sstos A number oi bills and resolution, chief ly of a private nature, pasted their second and third reading. Thursiley, Janua 25. Mr. Gilmer introduced three several bil.'e, one of w hich was In provide for call- mar a ennveniion to amend the state Con tiiution. A number of engroesrd bills from the House passed iheir nrM reailinff. Mr. Auhe called lip the bill to inenrpo rale the Fayrtieville Plank H ad Com pany, which wr.s read third time and p ii-s- ed atcs vi noca Iw. Mr." Wood fin called tip the North Car olina Railroad bill, wliith was raad the third lime. The whole afiernoon session was pret ty much occupied in the consideration of the bill, on lis 2d reading; when, after an animated debate, and the most intense ex citement, the bill parsed its 3d reading, by the easting vote of the speaker the Se nate rote standing 22 to 22. HOUSE Or COMMONS. Friday, January 19. When the committees w ere called for ilv lifUy r-nact'TUt they cWb a tJl ' Sttt XortH Carolina, hie IWea dial. Ubiiaal aaJ awaalaa altmiHl to it; ' U'ed 10 dcnounc re o" epon ami i!y uh U iu neata itb jr-(-ur rights which arc ihH eiiumrraLcl. to ka autiHt: 1 Ux liwj be i-a at to t tU duly ' rrpndat - rerUiaj inditiriaiH of Un ofil rIU uaa wbat-, 4tWlU-. wlM M BanrtU aod lo inii ty er aiir.4 1 .!ira-e aav pwtioa tt eor rrdr in Coos e. fpet hp the fo cmiolry (rata ma. ar to ratarUe tba aarre-i lure r Umi of the C.rocrJ C0ernaient.) tttt wioiU ixm lu.4 Ujribf tba vanaaa tarts. I w Im h are out th-uned. I lira amemlinem waa adopted yea j reeo.iy. uecaoHr una i.encru mmb- j ray v tiit aaf to arof . , ronrera. 53. naya 33. t l.y waa in.t electcJ o res we Uie proceed- j lf i2ioua Societies. The bill did not ImII tuwcerniitf a CcifeiHi to aotend the CoMtiiuiMa, lik-h waa acted m last ifhi. ruliaa. Mr. rra.ii.f Min-re.epule w ith miu- alioy and rlmOf-e in favot uf uj... Mr. Stan'r aprc.led from !. iWe-iooIf'! sytrtw. M iu y.viu, lo u,. f lb Chair, aod th Writa was i9-to u . - ht Would eerscX j"io rbeHi,lly single great Slat Mr.Stanlr amaej to hx i!i wfudr '. h H eei to a.tia.1, . - - i i ...I-IU,!-. naitrr va Uie Utlr. Int avea It, noe Mr. CaUwe!!. of CuiTord. moved to rTonsii!er th vote by hirh ih bill tcjcc!eL l-at 77 aye. 25 rmea. Mr. v vorta, from llie riumiiiee a pro- I positions and fvtevancra. reported unfjto- TI question waa then laLan on evh i'Hf ofConjreaa, n lo reil th lieneral ' aKiu resolution separately, and il;ey pas.ru toeri.iiH nt, nor w uenounce in iim TIi bill ff ihe relief of the Wilmin; ilMriraecofHl leading aabillois a: , oame in aoum i anu.na, outer portiooot aBj ;af ib RaiJoSjoJ vaa then k.Lrn 1 be first aud second reJn-ions passed; line rouiraerary. uut it Ht been ; K? ,,,Mtka being on the aioemhueni by a votei.f teas 103. nay I; tha third by rlncn lhal purpoee, it would b duo Mr RJVr,er, a dcu-i.ia arose, which yeaae-i.BajaB: the bmnli ly yeaa 7. u.e wigimy ana ciiararier i in ftaw.-fomi-ufj unu ,r,e nj toi.k a recraa. nas 10; the fifth by yeasb7. uavs6;the lhal her reinonatranr aaut any aj;re. arTrao acssiox. nivth. Itiiiz the amendment ottered hv o upon tit ncius, and ler w aimers! Th b.H i.. n-?, ih. n...-... ..f .ho Mr.Maulv this ouMiimg. aaaliove.by yeaa against any miwlu. la w tiu n are aincen iy wat) lipt wrerai prop isi- C8, nays 23; and the sevcniU passed wuli- lrlieeU lo te likely tu.tuiu tn - jieaca lloni mafo to anit.n, oularouiiu i ad" the eonniry, shmdd b aptdiea (if tiu evcsiso SEsatoi. arTcaxooN tr.ssioN. j tcrcu at su; mini puni sou miniy siuccrt- The rctoleiioRacn slavciv in the terti ly. not in unmeaning gene raliiica. lories wrre-pul i'tK)u t' eir thinl re idin, 1 Thud. Hciause in one part of a nd re and pasted by vote slightly van ing from solution, it is asserted as a principle of that tiveu on bolh sidea, on ill aecoud lh constitution, lhal Congrtvs haa no readme;. j pow er to prohibit the ei tension of Slaery The House look up for ronsidersiion in "any of ih TerriuH-iea of the Union, the engrossed bill concerning lite Wilming- and yet in the next, il ia declared that wa The bill for the telicf of th Wilmine ton and Kaleih Railroad Companv was amended and passed i'.a third teaJiuif ayes 52, nay 42. Thursday, January 35. The special order, the bill supplemen tal to an act to e tabltsii the Lunaue Asy laatn. taV 1 aWSW asaw eaa araataksila.aaai li at . nn ..i r..i..:i. o.;i u....a i. ;n;... !. j...t.ti.. -t.. k. I- t . " ' 1- " M,i,fn ..... nrj. -v - 6 ..-.h..... ,-... v..R.y-. ie moXil,n vt Mr Bollard, to remnsidei .ieuanemovcuauamenuiuein.niin waa rrgaijiicaa i nisi i-oiiauiuunn, rrovm. u (,e vn(0 br which tha I loo refused lo aoop.eu. , ar no, uiiucrMotHi mcrcoy cto -'a,r,l. roil Iinton " T1,e o..esli,,n Mr. Mebane moved further to amend eedin the power oPConerea lodoit! atll . .t.;,it ,t.Z .,: .: . ... i. .i i i t...- .v.. r..n : - : ,i" ..-.u ... k- . i " "V " '"', V Ulll T HIIUIIIS ll7 iiIUWIIlV UHfWv il swrissvjr tttV WlJUt l"LMVI V ay nna1lA Jf mine un tecuoii; - Ami nrovwi-u fur- riain ihiuiuut. Tl.-i...i;.. ... i.t ,la- sl. .I...a sv;.... ... I - t:. I. r- t?..-.k If aT.. a. Jaa I . - sssw .aw,.- HiClsj IIIC CUtC Hat J I H VQ 1 1st UK' IUf ; i I IHMUIa rtVaWC II . t'lirirrai MlFra y nttrfiA In alriLs Mill I ovn.fl.tn . a . t l a.a sa a m AMirtuiii wie pavmftii 01 me ruN i iwtdv auinons wen me power vnuer ina t onwiiiiuioii km v-,,-... ! i i i .1-1 i a a all .1 I 'l.i.-j osjajiv asalllsJU. HUM IIUIT" atsl flaa laA i lasvawa slusu I aia lliak l iIimhiMah ahai.I aa. .It ilaal Vbivaaw a a tlaak I naat l asi saaa wt.at I . M.w.it-nief Rail Road Com n-Any : aiul ilia t llrt ! hw firai pmiiosUMMi i faUe, niiJ if 4 . m..A . . : -I.. II I l .1.. aT. a. I. .t .t I sTleT.lV'WUS r.9lUa vain puu-i iiimiiiii nuii ur inxuv Hpm uiv v iM'rr nave no vui'ii ponrr. nifn niei riaa. a.. . .1 - R I I 5t w SS " """.r? W'""1 ' wihi wora w ! S,,-taUa tip .ad aateaded. -ad lh. ,-......v. . j ........... hi naiinl ivMinniut?. I't iuliPi. tho. rona.deraUon thereof Uie. to violate the Comtitiitton, which they and ' louse adjourned.. j w (their assumed adviser.) hav all aol- The Hm.ae procided'to consider th. , Monday. Ja.u.r, 13. , einnly sworn lo aupport. . Wilmington and Kaleigh Railroad bill. A message waa received hn.n the So-1 tf'. I ha undersigned prote.l apinvt ; whirh imfU,oJ wJ ila ljrd nate, transmuting the engrossed resolu- V'w majoruv in tins wnoie pro-, rpil,j,)f . .3f 54 nava 3,j lion concemine- the Raleieh and f.'aaton ceedmg. as heing well calculated (they will , ai ' ..... ..r s-:ti .: U. ;i I.. , i.;i. 1.1 nol Imv ui-S'irtiriii tt rrralA iinnrofRuin 1 ... . 1 avail UJII 1 II II If Flraari W aj rrIUIla f " w" ...-j.. Several billa from the Senat were read ihM f0Ple of Korll t'awlina wonld the ft rst time. ) 06 willing under certain contingencies to The bill to increase the revenue of the ' P' T Wnion of the Slates, and to Stato waa taken up and amended. AFTERNOON SFSSION. The bill to increase the revenue of the isle was again taken up and further a mended. of, and then ihe house adjourned. thal'estent giverencouragcment to reck less politicians" of the Smith as well as of i Norih, w ho aeem determined lo rule or rniu" whereas thia From the Raleigh itandrd. THE CENTRAL RAIL ROAD. On Thursday Inst, the bill to lav ofTum! estaMitih a Had Koad from (.oldk'boroocli . Sal must know that audi an ' " ... -.. I r... .7.. General Aisemblr l r;.": . r"u,,,r 1 " n impression would ? i6.1 ' ! "m f?1",0 Ra", Pr6'' ce iJ our column.," " J'' rhn ,n.fe Ctt,nmw" bf " vote of o'J lo 53. W e were nl ao for tunate as in hear Mr. Stt.nl ve effort in fa- The nnestion waa then taken n the De 00,,,6 STfU ,nJ"u nnitaun .f itiaa Kit! ita.ta .u,.; ents. a-s inv sa sssasv. . asiita us. s t . ft 1 I neo in me amrmaiive yeas oa, nays za. . - .--... , vr of this bill, but it is snoken of on all eve a i . anas vfiin ni tiiew mitiArnp 10 iieo bii alien ..... . - l lie 0,11 suppiemcniai to mract pa-se.1 -"T" " ' " hands as every way worthy of thai fen- public speaker. .... . . . . . .fif.insfivi.a -.moil ilia. til. atihiiiiiriAn w uumo ami unnu. passed its w reading. r'1" addressing the House on the , s j n a' aaiittM a. s .viioiviiivu (i a f .a .t.. P......:. .i.;..i. L...-A .t.. p. i. "'C of tho a , . . ',.ii.niii..ii iiivi. iia.uru .no 1 tuq' I no ensrosseu rssoiuiinu eiinrcruinir i n..i:....: . o .1 ..: ..? ... 1 r. :i i.- . l Z 1 OltStltUtton, . .1- : '. r.i... . 1 resolutions are nw co. and unnrofilal le. . ai oic ini fr?niii hi mo t.rncrat nascinoiy . .. .- 71. ' tleiniin s reint.it on aa to provme a sintamemiii.ting tor uie Heal. . ', , . entered the Hall aa Mr. Do'.bin same question, lie took, as Mr. that the Union of hi,fJ ,,0"e' ''j0 bf",,es f finally secured by .,or ,f " ,pne,ra, v"c,n !'f 1l?-f4) , aim every worti w men leu appealed to sink home to . 1 . I . r.i -l . . !.., :r.... c iitnioui iiriuiit'i, huh n me iar"B us- improvement ol 'Pent and Cape Fear Hi- '-, '"r .i"-. - 1 . - . 11.! n anniblaffe in attendance. We quota from versaUne Fuyetteville. w,"s MZSZv-to .1- M.o.1-, brmf account 'T- ... . . n.ar.la.!lm-ivalloa.llaadol. Mr. Mehatm ollercd -tit anien.lment, '.. ,r .,.,, .f ... . fcr-rech : si,iiiva v oivi s r,uia6 1; iisti n a. . I.I A m.An i . . . -! u lien we rnierrn!, the floor serial asntlcmc, addressed the House, j IS " V'r:"' Ki'Tipritaia itiitii 1 uv ws.rii"ssimiii for ll.e ftake of volunurrin our ml .i.BiTrr77i7T 1 nl Constitution, -and that the Union of.r'f "7J he Raleigh and t.aaloi. Kail Koad, was ,lC p . , g f fd , in, favo of a g a en up, and pas.ed da .daad 3rd read , , J . V" -Pr'--.nl ,0 the bill for the ! JTSirA - vv .urn w auopa-u. v, . . ,.,. ifpmnl ,f . , - , . , -f lerii iTPMiirnirii auiirevKPii tup ii.iiih. 1 ... . -. . . . The hill passed its 2d reading ayes CO. noes 29; and its 3rd, ayes 95, noea 27. A number of private bi1!s?pas;edatlieir 3id reading. TueaJay, January 23. Mr. fcailenhwatle picsenled the bdlow-j action of Southern rieht!l nig 1 rotesi ; The undersigned being of the minority do hereby solemnly protest against the vote of the mnjorHv ofihe I louse of I om- moiis, on tl.e 2Ulli day of January, 1819, which. 2 was oc- in only r,ll,'r"'y Wt' Dobbin, and wo regretted vice 10 ' ',:'t' 'l '"'e "'iiienee of his 1 1 able and pirh-iirring speech. He ton- .f- ..! -. 1 .1 . p . . 1 .. """ epirii-stirnnff siicccn iv, nun iii.ii lur im uriier re!"iu i ,i. " .1 .1 '.1 . . , .. : Irastcd Ihe poverty and desolation which niiiii oiai 11 nas oeen none uetore; tiius . . . . commending the Constitution as tl.e better? " "'P"t b.rou8hl "P ih-ory. I butJtsv,latiot. as the bel-er'f ,S mn. n,:le.;, r,., s,,,IM. .,l r,., ""'f'fhM-g condtt.on of Sutes which had ' 1' . .. ",v 1"" a onted licrn tlm nf l...-..ut Im. aieota tda lral rhararier. Mi. Pt-rti.'r .Northampton, also spola ith bis acrastomed forca and clearnr,, rm the at. its of the bdl. Without aub. milling any opini.ni a lo the eipedicnry fa eenerd yicm of iuiprovriwata by the Slate, b was under.tom m be r-nsed to die bill under romUIeraiion. 01 account of ih lucJ wurka whi.h il em braces. Wbea the name of Mr. Mosely.of War sen. was railed, b rose and briefly eui. ed hi reasoiia why he ahnuld v.ite'f.o- the bill. They wer au. h a reflect rrvdit on his head and hcrt ; and w have o i hxibt hia course will be approved by tl.e Democracy of Wairen. Mr. Sbuford, of Catawba, also briefly stated his reasons for voting for the bdl. He said he believed he waa doing right; and while be accorded to hi iniellicem and respected colleagues the privilege of pursuing am h a course as thrirown jtidg nien'a and consciences dictated. I.e claim ed nothing uioir for hiinM-lf. Mr. Samlets, of Johuon. also voted for the bdl mi iu third readine. We know he diirered from hia colleague with regrri; but we feel confident that he was actuated by an honest desire lo improve the State and advance the interests of his constitu ents. W hen the name of Mr. Trull, of An son, w as called, he answeied in the nag a live; but before the result waa announced. he ruse and said , that he could not ait there and vote against hia conscience, and so he asked leave to change his vote. Ha voted lor the hl. And now, one word In our ftirnd. We believe w are all in favor of some va- tctn of State improvements, but we differ as to the lime ami the manner. J,et not thia difference in opinion produce discord 01 irritation among ourselves. Why should we condemn a friend who cannot rn with us for this or that project; or why, on the other hand, should w e be censured heeauo we ilcviied to act now, and are willing to borrow money lo develone the Slate's re. .isourres? And why should this section i r inai complain 01 our course, when we stand ready lo advocate the interests of all. and to open our columns for Ihe friends of every measiiu ? We have no hesitation in saving that we approve the course of Mr. Dobbin in this matter, aud that we would cheer him on by every meana in our power. A dif ferent route from the one which he haa ao eloquently advocated, would perhaps have redounded more lo the interests of his immediate constituent; but finding that the Central Koad was the only one whiclr waa likely to eucceed at present, he threw himself forward in its fivor. ami forgetting for the moment all other consi derations, he devoted all hia energies and efforts to the Stale at large. But should this Koad be conirurted, hia constittiteiiis will share in the jreneral welfare: and in addition to this, if the Plank Koard bill t-hniild become a law, (a we hope il w ill) his own people will at once icalize, from thai as well an from other measures, the henPlits of bis active and untiring labor in their bulialf.. f. 11. s.vrruiiTiiWArn.. EDW'D. STANLY. We adopt the foregoing as our protest, JNO. Y. HICKS, D. P. CALDWELL. provenients. lie said that North Caroh-ia should not hesitaio to go in debt to the a nnt of three or four millions, in ord.-r A Fema.9 of Spirit A young man from a town in the northeastern section of the State, became alii ie ted w ith the pre railing mania, and look passage for Cali fornia in a brig now fining out from this port. His young wife, on hearing of his determination, immediately declared that she would accompany hint and share his . lo carry on extended, but judicious pi nts 1 of improvement. We had notion to do. ' 1 be said, but to instruct the State Treasurer! fortune, be it good or evil. Expostulation ri. -...t. r j . .1 . u.n . ..1. . ..1. .1.... i .1 , i . 1 1... l.i 1, 1 1 . 1 he "HH.-I in inv virtv, uie inn iue-iiu- iw muvuiw mat .orin vjam Itirt Wailietl ; " "reirw, uii i.i.m rr!MMirce oic oua ivesoivrii. 1 uat inn iioerxuiuc 01 ,-. . ,...,. ,, . ,- p... I ... C. :i,: . - .. .1...; I. I.. I.... ... 11 1 11 .1 .. 1 1 ..an. . it.itn .vi.,.. iioiii i' .ivciicvutr iow lour iiiitiions, ami ten limes lite 1 W,M 9 uv'rlllll,lru uno nrr n i.obumi. 1 .tie . .Mi.riiiioii - 11, w i.i.:i. nir: , unni. ...1:. 1 . 1 . , , ... 1. ... .. I .1 I i I , reports, and the committee on Privileges Constitution was framed, clearly demon- Z' ' T wo,,,u '!'ll,y b'"'Hre,. I.cr. - -" rr .... . ..ncu acconmouat.ons on aud Erections was called, Mr. Stanly .aid. alrate that the institution of slavery ua, Paf;,ei':' f 'rTf v r r , 1 V c'l,Mn1B. ff lh ,,,,lc Sl:,,Iel0' M-"- and explain ,0 her the various .ha. the committee on Privile-ea.nd Elec maturely considered; and that ll.e 'Hnio'o : '' '' fr, lhZ r 1' V9,1 mwl !,,a" i '""'nr wba-h she would be obhg- lion. had m..le no report o.r ll.e case or of the States was finally secured by incor- '', "IT0" R ' Ii",rai1, 119, Pork,, handkerchief, would alone hud endure. Shews, aceordtngly ta the contend election from Surrv county, tporating into th it insirmnonl diaiinet and "'V,, "P" . ,r I t" 1 "$U Z'"' c"'' ne'er.,wl 'U j" ar'' VCS,I and duly escort- (between 0hy ami Wai.gh I beeaue, amplegaaranteeaof ll.e richlsofthe Hare-! .V'-, ff7re' amemln,rn " "ow- ""l"' Mr Slerlhwa,. ,s , ed ihrono , ""V P" he lady was sficr ihe eoiumit.eA l,nrt t,.on ..i.,;,..i,, I i..,i i., . which he julvoc net! at Iciijih. He was re little Mass ichusetts able to lend us so lrTffe'h dtlisklrd with every thing about eng:i!ipd in examining one huitdrtl and liiffni Depositions, the House parsed a Resolution, atithorieing Mr. Waugh to lake other depositions. This suspended further aciion on the part of the commit tee. ' The bill to locate ti e Judges of ihe Su perior Courts, was reported from the com mittee, ami passed iis second reading. Mr. Courte, from the committee of pro positions and grievances, reported nume rous bills, some of which were aried on. AFTERNOON SESSION. K message from the Senate was receiv ed, U.i!iii.u(iiig res-iiutions respecting sla very in ti e territories. Passed 1st read me, and on motion of Mr. Person. - of plied toby Messrs. .Mebane, Stanly, Thig-J much money? How did she make it?" i Ue vessel, and declared, with true womsn pen and Pol.bin. Mr. Dohliin had not She is enabled to do so, replied Mr. I) ilisP'r'l 'hat il ihe voyage was perilous her concluded bis remarks when the lloue bin, because years ago she commenced, husband should not undertake it w ithout a a took recess. j and has continued lo carry forward an ex- j friend and companion to share his dan- . afternoon SEsstoN. i tensive system of Intern:.! Improvements, i ifers and soften his discomforts. The The spfciid order, the bill supplemental II is because she has accomplished what ; husband finally decided lo yield the point. The 3. Resolved, That we view with deep concern and alarm ihe constant asi;rpssiiiis 011 the rights of the Slaveholder by certain reckless politicians of the North; and that the recent proceedings of Congress tin ihe nt.im.1 1.1' iji.. ...... c. -i.. ...:.i. ... : . chief welte c-didned i disturb the Peace. ' a" act ;n establish the Lunatic Asylum,; wo have yet lo begin, that she has her j nd engaged a passage for bis wife. of our country, ami should call forth car-! "V. T , , , , ! .1""""" l . J Y!Ah a ,err,,,.,ry hf I v T- n r?ry. nel and pr-nnpt disapprobation of every .. , . """" , ' .! ,M," ""i " "';'' Pn 01 norm i.ar. a, sue - o .r ,. mver 10 m .kc ner i s. . . . 11 ' llllS SIMHOCl. PIU1 mOVPil tn IriL-A Hill " l.rV.i haa miW mnra nnniit..i;o.i .....1 hu ar--li. il Ill.'ltlOn Afl P(illl(itrl.h!ita i rtiueilkU fliirinri ,1 - " .-...-.,.-. I w '"lSMitiifi ami T- ovMni . H ni-viiiii U J frnn. r.i " ; iiiiiMt urciaPuu inovca loairiKft oui" ierx, as nnw mo-re pnni sisvintl'l me- B , lllltll. I. ... aa -. . . - 'l a 4. Resolved. That The enactment of ,! fie wtiote anting was occupi-j assessntCiil near four times as much , ner long voyage. Boston Journal. any I awhy Conoress which sli .ll abolish c" O'seussion, when the question : weabh. The City of Ronton is worth ' slavery or ihe "ve irada in the District was,", "l,0 'he motion of Mr. S. and more iIkii the whole Stale of No.ih Caio j Another Bridge at Wlagira. A bill of Columbia, or shall directly or indirect-. "iiisea .o str.Ke out. lydopri.e.he.ii.xensofanyof.I.eSis.caL ?'A ard n,ovril cons.dcr the of the riglu of emigtating with their alave. J. f .' .. . . ,. aia ss rassv-f iltio properly into any of the tPrritoriea of the Moore, made tlm or,t,.r nfiKo tVirh-iif "' United Stales, and ..f evpreisin" ou'iicr. ...... m'.i. 1 . - 1 1 .1.:.. n. .. .1.. 1 1 . ... . ' j fiiij. o.ri me .-inie wtiiie 111 saiu tern to m-i inn eiocK to-morrow. On motnin of Mr. Swnly, the hill for ihe relief irthe Wil.tiiugtmi and Raleigh Railroad Was taken up, amended, and pas sed its second reading ave 77, nsys 20 and made the order of ihe'day ftir 3 o'clock to-morrow. Mr. Leach moved to mkc the bill to iit'-orporste the Clniloite and Danville Railroad the order for 12 Yock to-mor- j row; which after some diseubsion, was j agreed to. On motion of Mr, motion was laid on the table; ami on mo tion of Mr. Mebane, the further consilie nce, hi oe an art not only ol gross in justice and wrong, hut the exercise of pow er eonir .y to the true meaning and spirit of the Cowstitntion. and never content ' plated by the fr amets thereof. 5. ration of the subject was postponed until ! as we are now, im i . 1 I ... nn: lina.- j is before the New York Legislature for hIf IVorih Carolina will imitate the noble the incorporation of a company o build a enterprise of Massachusetts, said Mr. new supensjon bridge acros the Niags Dobbin, we, some twenty years hence, ra river, about forty feel below theAmcri may lend our millions to some far oil" ean f ills. Vtich a structure wiM command fioutier State, which then may be as needy a midway view of both the falls at once, Thursday next. BVKN1XO SHSStON. Mr. R.yner called up the bill eoneern- ; ing a Convention lo amend the Constitu l li.m nf lit. SJmtn Resolved, That while us do not in-! s, r. t i'. . n- i .i. , I t i . i , , .. : i wm auiciiuiiiviii wera uuvicu ui inc lend hereby to he tiiiderstood as conceding bill, bt.t they were all rejected, that Congress has ,he power under the .,.,,, que;lio w-, Jak,n pn , Const.tutton to enact a Uw prohibiting pwsa rfi of ,,, hl nJ , mtri hafj slavery m any Ptl.o ol the terrimries of ,,,, ni , mr,ri,n!iP lhe Speaker -!e tlie Liiited States: vet. for i!i :iL- nf ........ , ' . . . tPMlniinn Mt'Kmioi '.. .. i i . - viueu mat ine uiii iiad ptuset; us rean t resolution to aJjotun n At on the ! presenmg the peace, and promoting theijnfft 1 " Mr. Dobbin was frequently apploided by the members, in spite of the Chairman's en 'rts in preserve decorum. Indeed, : in all their glorious variety. A tract distributor states, in the New a York lnm. tliul tUma Ii.i.i.a. ui tli:it man must be stoica ly indiiTerenl to iho'rwr were oecun.ed as f..ii..w.. To rooms wellare ol bis State, not to be moved by jn one bouse byfil persons ; 21 km.ii.s in such eloquent appea s." ' ,1Fr , 8l pe,Js ; 14 ro .ms in an- tt e do not pretend (nor do we presume ' i,er by 6 1 persons. ' does the Register) to present any tli-nif like a sketch of lliat gentleman's rVm:.ks;j Old are. The Marvbnd fJafct, U' vc are happy to say that we shall records ."(.e death of a leni.de sinve. in h ive i. . our power to lay them at an Upper Mrlhor.m..h. in that su e, at ih c..y d , in full, belore pur leadeia . . 'advanced age of 10 vea.a.