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lit rmo or tm rk:T caai ir. TLe !LtMi papers are f.!!ed U! ae .mi- the grtat llSn J ct L Liaiim 14 i'oI ri'y. 1 lis reception i4 tl PrrsideBt and ( Viri. eo Vdai,dy, wa et ra i .u-.o-. At 1 Vd&iver. Ury were awl I y i!e J,rUIi,rraiiiiiiire. sd soon t'.e rlr.leiTin! at therity limits. Piet!.ut was f!i-Dd K Ilos i.a by Mstor Bil. w bo addressed him in an ('l earnt speech, to whirh Le respond J s follows - 1 mi fnni Jou. Mr. at lit Exe erut. wgaa f proud city, litis wtl o-tic for me and my associates with pro f.tuaJ f raumd and rotation Vuj b !!udl l he f-wt that this m t! 4ni-trr-ary of ikr day on which the Cuau tu'.iun was completed, and yoo bre at laded to the tiit of General Wathinjt-o la ibis rity, tt hat a change autre ii time when he first tisi:ed this rity, not for the purpm rf receiving the cordial r uiifi tt. iUtiHit of the ritizrus, hut for lite urjMc ofdclcndmg her against ihr tyran ny and oppietiiin of lb mother country. If my memory settet ne right, this son of irin!i sad. a. aiiiiiaaila.l I It a f it m rf It at State with Twr. was appointed Coin " r' " . latfatC (Cherts) Aow.'hat toust h Irt w its lit Minn. 1 .! b owio w e-t MiiwMtiy and pr.drncf ttowtf ii pnJ 1' I f anLiiit n" 'b r ih ly. tt i 1 nd lart ol tuaa BJ onn nJ rbUd, (flirtn) aed drM Itape will pwpff. 1 lxi, lou. itiki efjr row f rn 4 ibi f rrat t'oiutfi.lili undrf yttur adtsie inuoa and tlte t-f jour aurreioi. may roprr; abd aHtttr all. a emimnt I taa nter t-pra and lianliy poipMtr oiy ardeal pcayrr. U. that tkia Iwilr roim'T,tMind nli' aa it ia by tie tt intrrrt,f awwiatkm. nay rtwiiuue ia be biuind lojeihrr f.-rrrr. uut'd iliat tbinf lu!l happrn. li-Ji 1 Iimw mill never Jtcpprn ub'irr CmTa llii -bntil ibr Cotkituiioa of ih rouniry fba prwtr care to it. . (Pfmlnngr J pfdan.) Nerr, nett, iiffrr IV by, what iy that support 1 tbrae intnriaf Wbkt itf Itrei a mail rtMnmrre Iio if be JtttpnJifl ltde In me a a ttrmir gtr, I dei tlie pi!i,Uirt .f he rrm. (Appl4ur.) Sr, it U trtte that 1 titter l.ife ikmhI nps the sui! f Mimrhu rtia. Uu!, lr, r JJirhfH l irsftger t Vir2if (Kn!!uitiir a p i'ur.) I WI ' Vitf i- t, aa f it"" f hw"w i ld Ch inMraliii bib stood side by tide wt4 MwarhiiS-tts io tLe al.iLrsl bMirl ib Hfttduiii'H. I an uranjer iilaa Urf bNiVr. "(kd rler.) 8ir. mhrn I saw the er'nWfi of yonr prtwpwriiy aitd f Jr ediaiKtm-m ia prrryibinf that pr-nnoie national bappi. gw, I felt bi one erntiaieniol eny. fin. !J ti gW, hra I rt Mine inlo Ui ? lo j'?r4 wrk, in licnre it t tkt j We i"Vt j. border. 1 knew that it bad iu tarr- :pedtttnt w m ' pp-. j"; j;0 C l I C i. .iv.t rna r 1: t4!t. ii ! I Ml llul while adl these tbiiiri Le- long to llaalUlt, UirJ lnjatKllfi chant princej but I dul not auowtitt- usher wen prtiui y tn ; n'", . ,.. 1Mn fi,r i u-, w lltl.;, tit to-Jav. that it !ad it mechanic ,av, in farm-Wag wdte,,t,". te i im j ,: f LleBiitrtutar. Clrrtt pj4a.eiud fcc!, in fittinj out tf iedt t eni. ,,u,..tc ' - ! b.itl-uaidn 1,1 . ;,, cbeerifl'.l Bat. kUaw-chizens. jr- 'ami mts, nd in .If Lmg up tl l e m i u ,tr. It t doatw.eaaJ permit me to bid touadiea." pare change hki i ta be fj-jMl t- " p- tt n3thfa.., I raa assure roa tliat this jovvtt occa- aacb a number ij"ic coUrtied , I.Ui a t.e- t:ut Dr. JwHn.ea u. "ca will be remewbeml bT me to the together. Oae ou! J tliink that the baie lud in hi ui dV ryebriiUt a latest krd'aT life. I aba'll look bark TerrnaiBe ef the free-booter bo t to tared the iiia;rfi eat h io!in. anon itwitk delieht. and ! tnut that take the lead ia the TatBaallpa espe- ltriotUui i Uh flfj-c of. tarcbildreo il a!o. Mar the tlori- ditioa would be eaEciently rrpulie acouttdrrl. a 1-Binn hib kheda these UeaJora to deter anv Aueriraa Irum x r. a at .i r rrio. vera happr people of 23,000,000, cou- in such an eeterprie ; but it i j"ite ll'mh'uim Mmaunuif, ,Ve br time until time ahall be no lonzr. TNiae certain it is not- We hope that tue i!u; the t;..iiiMK ta l.Mi.5.d i rhrers.1 " . .. GorernmrBt, alrradr prubablr adtied t .(t .n t ny tin; UkI iU ihhW et cheers.1 " " uorernnieBt,aireaar prubabir atmteu i i hj iiw uhk. w in..r ruhuil:9. jordftiin rose ana saia"u.ienB" oi uis iwa wt u w wt . h-u j .. uc p-. de word."" FThree cheer.! lahattld ed taraaoret to disperse thoe engaged td ii the Va4niijw. M.m,.,.i fu, iha Unkwt ibev lrbmfed also to tnei hire felt it m? bounden duty to fidlow in it.1 fApnlao.) 8r. I shall go bark to Vir. the President of the L aitetl butrs out - - a a a .a! a - aima. as I said brfore. insirueied. I shall ! of Uiis room, if he bad not men ne aa be able to tearh mr tenerated o!d mother J order to the contrarr ; and while I am some UMns of the modern moile of row. on the temtorr of the L mted states, 1 irxr inui iwmoeiiir. I trust, sir. that the consider Dirseif under his authoritr. !w Itours tlut I baa spent hcie hare rAnpIause.1 And as he ha imposed op- lis eal iiiierei m uianui- i not hern u-rimiv sneni. iiui i inusi ae-ion me ni comma nuioreoiaia wiui iuu, proirns it f lores who ine trade What law, w bat t oeernmeut t In short, of AlawarhiiMMis. whefete w e tuia our -eyes, we see that t iperi.ir t tour tbU Siaie I not who ppeets ii? Here is a roa- kno ledge ihat I did feel eoineihing tike most certainly I ha!l remain. Ap c'e runnii'f from NerbuiypHl buiuiliaiioa wlteii I roniraKied ihe eoodi- p!auie. But I must say I never re to t'alif'Noia ho oroieri- ii ! , lino f flirnwn t'miiinonral:h aidi that ceived an order before, from any au Nmih Carotin; al i!st be hs m hIi arriiaieii:s lor lat tlnr b!uck TL'SMXa IT TO ACCOLXT. piojerly prr'ad tor iss pl-ie i (L P.r-w.t:. -...rdin- to Ilr. Jahn. ' Mnm, Wldm to the d...r.i, son, There wet dactic witness "is the last refuge of a scoundrel." "T ' ,v "7", Z .r " ' . s werefillibusters ia bis day a i i " " ... las in our. Uut if the great di- 'rr ti? 7- x coold rie front hi grave and 7 " - m . . . tn l it hntte ilit be woulil tx Uc iu f I IIUI HUtllUIII.N'il ,IUI V iSir, he lunarliniatt thortv. which more coiupletelr jumped She lias a ponulaiion ! with tnv own wishes. TI'tuniter and au arrM-uluirJ Sia'.e.htii ' in many of iheir trail", ymir equal. (A p 'applause a oiaHMfarturinjj Stale j plannr.) Hut she ba m! ondertoiNl the i The 1'ies'denl hain eiteii the band a - . r ia a aa ti . . i i ra I on nare ,oi lenowsnin an.ii-ueaeiiioj.oni ci bearer gin, Mayor IJivelow, and Miner, left the home. 'e live under the laws of the flni,' while I aeknnwlede our inferior Mate wuti yr-. was .Pp.Miea . ; , u Uie iH!cn.,u : Uoo.d praiiel ee..nmy. Yo, yfl to a-ieir. snd beyond all'.,..!,, be, leraon. I w.ll be the L 1 TL 22 MTir fXlJ fj these viilde and dem.,,,. rable i.erett-.!of it to ber when I'letum to o.f ii.;t ..tli..ki- i :.. -i. -J 'Hh?. live under the lawa of the Bi,'while t aeknowlede our ii Pailliim. Hon. Interior, hole Loco Foco Prt of this countrv Carnburner, Old Hooker and aft are just now hastening, hslter skl'ter, to that " refuge," he would be more than ever peruaded of the truth of bi remark. Cuba, at thi time, i the rcfu-e" (Dr. Johnson's swt of" relnje") for all Ika w.vtfj ank itafeintu'in law Ii oiill It some .Notth Candma artiat a ho oJ omh ilule to rut ll.e State an. and th inrip:i"ii opoo M. I latin folrd ia lli. he lu art-m.liiily forwaiibil tl.e bl.ict a above staled. NunJurd. I. A Vtt.tlil(l IM l.AHhl -eiht-r ar.il eonMio hueJ h im on the need 'r "- -. 'i" of his journey. Wht has brought stm.it h,f ' '!f. '"f1 ,omt V"i mft , T Y this rlumte I Why is it that the d.s.. 1 n lh Jni'mstratt f the alTaira of the . If yoo hate isnre h.rhlo.k hi.n eleeen d4t.and roitttiry. it. year-im iiM.un iM rjem.rn ami ..r .ti4io... L...rrra,r ..... ui . r, ne. ..junuuu Barnburner, have bestridden the beast, iai igiMaiare frprraynuiwu IB tlMttoo afu.riJ..B.idepf MuokerlliU. ,f4 ' Ma" penorm surn ,erti'e,ppwiise'.j it you i.ar tan ..ur lniei i.ies jom i.ii. lApptanse.j iam, ufe t!rfad jrhif) him at , n lite cort e at .Maunu-anu uaiprnis. whirl. ored biiu to use die spead of an or no sueli other lenyh i f lone, but with i W ehster. Lrtiterateil applansej ws l.'ite, Hon, Mr. Lonrad, eerreiary ol Vt ar, aj fi be will "-a ' j ion fchall be made for the abolition of cxficsOias now ber n trat. lied br me '"ressinj yetr. snd d.y and hoitr. bad ftarPairhi IIeNrj!CsianninCrhrerar Itaeinf Blessed counter i ours! Theatrret Slat err in the WanJ. I consider the as a nutter of pleasure in aWt as many 01 J c mtemplate the history ol this . and huh aUte them ai, we Lite our and , inen. I .ms.iinmo.ied t d..part.o.her tie !ire of ImI patriotism. , information very reliaUe." I. !. o .1.- ;.l-tt.f country, the ureal destiny of t'.is eooniry your Uasluwioo! rid and emhusw. I should, take treat plratue in addrri..r ,. Mp. . - fllii r ,. ' ! Kr. JVa.wrr..ar. ttiA n.lrifkftt inhnttruiticm in t?i tfMiuii linn S If Ku,.l ..r it.. I ... . . ' trr ii is 1 nobbrthat 1 ui-arz 'a on terior, bating heen raUetl o,M.n. saul: ,t tU W0B,eBtiinjra!arlT V .niletiieii. 1 nave I. (ApiU"e.) there aie olheta ii whirl. I f el hei tour tii)o.ir fl-iiteriii eall II you nive jour isunKer 1 1 ill. wo 'rruieni lias lou 1V.H'7"1 and should nerUVitr tot oorwlt.de slate in many thing. Gentlemen. I liia airatai, mat rv-m cuiarn. tn ;!.- . . .... r t 1" . town, in tour ticiuiiy, had fthereaio-,2.,eT,,r,?,,7,lt,lwl Citia. Ttie foltowing is an extract of a letter from a gentleman in New York, whose correspondence iu Kngland is from the most respectable aud well. laifiaft-aat Jht atta l-Aat I f JO 9t't re no time w KH tune f(fr (he M of theDemocrier; i-Jio r " 1 f lIr"f b V'f nttah llforaspwli. lie hope to rie tit oflice upon it through Earner wliicti slates that pain.li.nce, you that the boo, of t!l ,pproacHiagelectio.H,e!.ieciatlrTa and hngland are negotiating Treaty respecting u.c guaiamj vi v nua. 1 ae conditions are that Cuba ahall have a ork...w.,-Uud .pplau.e.3 our .lep.rture ha eiuhe. leauonlyspak Massachusetts an J Pennsylvania, ll.e your Adt..rs, we hste 01. t with the frankness J Hg'wj oij Honker and hi loving friend, the V..urei:.zen-, who hare opened the ar. ? con.e.n, .a.e .. "iwinf.j ew .rniara-k.,ou. on ... nr ... "ic-,,-(oJ;e f MVe 8omel)mr .. ax i.esofOierreioih Wesn .Wjv.ld. r- 're.ci....Sf im.n sea 10 -e.. ami ,-o.n , o.r. ..ere 1 one u.uif in w nn . 1 win ,,,pp,eM m-menu ,. my i.e. " ! in- to emancipate et err butle that! a . iha laiflra In ilia jatKlat aaJT tit arlltaa.1 ii nl tr lawlil IIiaB niliil flwAn In I taata ia lit t asat f I aa-aiV Iraisft II.talAra tavtllt llaaw IrrvV Jarj I . ami p.ureuinto yor up l.erWJi treaa. ..... .-. r-- f ( , ....... ................ ....................... urrs. You bare stretehed your Briarean ro01 ' IM,', " ex'""" Amertean eennis air. In l yalty. 1.1 true devotion to the I t.oti although I sstd a few Mys ago that arius to the rapiul of my State, and laid wmt "" ubroailthe 111 ie I see hat j Contittitltm and the Union, you may rely : I was not a sirangrr upon your soil with her oi.-.ler ro.itiiluti n. You hate also -hibitions of skill have sstottiO.ed En-, .10011 it ili.t Vireinia lias no superior. . the frank deetaratiow that I hare nev stieicbtd to die capital of the Canadas ' roP " ' Mimmor. (emiaiiii.)--.he Ilea., hear. She will stand by them jer belore known what Boston wa. QAp and l.iid brr ander contribution. Thce V01 ) "n9 urvi-'l andleratified. 1 10 the l4st hour of Iter r sitrnre. the will jphuise. hare never known ihejieur ctiden.'es of rivitixjtion and intelheenre, I Why, Sir. the hitler, si, the 'ablest, the j neither, repudiate ihe cuarantees of the( tini-, the nmlmliiv. the w ar.otl. of ll.e uliieh u'l Hutiin it eAnini mi.' most Ai.tiAmerieau PesiiiKlt Europe, ConstitBth.n, nor will she do aught that .true New England rhiracter. and it inl and I c.nnot iloubt that if i!i ei.izena ' ""on a foriniirh:. I.xs mated ih it in ere.; can tend.' hi wraken ihe bonds of 01.1 alo-' ifies- me that it Iu not degenerated ri.iu riiiiicii. ihcv. 1 1 nerr. j . im.n me euarae.er 01 1110 loreiwnera 01 I'ardort me, ir,f.i bavins detained y on the rountry. I regret exi'erdmij'y lltal of Boston creel me a I lute been greeted ever since I rrosed the line of your State, thai Constitution which it receired at the hand of Wakl.inj.ton this day will he iiuinl-iineil at all liazarus and at every sacrifice, llinsUstic ll.e intelligence p jour moral power, out fee I a befoie me. the physieal f.re to aeeom- f"'"" "" b,,Ul '.'. W weatu. irmin iniitji 11 1 no ,tni in nun" Uhl, and partly frm the tinimiii! in- j lih this purpime. Bo.lon may be ptoud . 'J ,of a iiii'itarr w hirl, make a dipUy like , Vl rrthing raluahh. In crrrvlh'iij that i for buruan iuipioreinent, il. United Si nrs go so fir ahealof ererybodv el-e a hren long, and aeeepl the sincere exprei.m 'that I am compelled to take this uneeie leate nobiMly else in sight. It is like the of mr ll.-.n. ri'nd-'njed applause. Iinoninus and ahrttjit depirtiire; and loin- :.f r, . , . . . ... I. ... 4. . pits. .un 01 ji.tj atuong me gm. jove is After the procession on Fridar din- crrp e now 01 your iestmi.es oy so . . . 1 ....1 . 11... 1 . 1 rcircau uui you innw mi; ne The President awaits me, and thousand nrrsons w ere nresent. Includ. b" y" ell. I hope a short f-re. in President Fillmore. On the rcmo- w,,, ,or ""P8 ' Ml b UmZ b'r" val of the cloth, ' i,ia!l hare an opportunity to ti-ii Bs Maror Biselow arose and said : . On ,,M, ""' lrt PV ,n.v "especis loher ritizen, accountofthedepartureofthetrain.lt and esjMewlly to puhlie. frimU whon 1 (Ltud.-.inf rontinue.1 and en-.14",' -n,, ,,"'re j," "' ''"t' And in an-1 ner. wa3 8er,ed up unJer an immense ulKIer ic cheering.) I see it not o.dr in 'M,Jer W" aemt-A in the c .hii.J of ! tr,nt on the Common. About four! ,ekit)' r eitizens f ml (the vr i.v , ,".'oivw in, - a it in the troops!" when AttierUa abdl comma nd now iininand th ll.ir. (Chee'rs.) It only reuuim for me , Bfm 5,.v "f ,,,e P'op'f. ;id partly rr oii j becomes necessary for the President of ,,,ve known bi foie. but wboe arquam io icpeat mj rroJounu tljana for the kind , a"" r" " " " .'" " r "r" u the L nitcd State to leave tlJ earlr t and WWB now mruieu in ine.r pm aie and lltitciin reception yon bare extend- Mean w,,,J ,,,,c ,i,,c 1,10 I suppose that rou, as myself, would be '"P'-'M md at their homes. I bid jou ed to ie aud my assoeiab a." eM ,,,c """w w"rJ,l .w,,,,er; ' unw ifling that misfortune should befall ('", -" -' I f you all p The piiK'estlon, eiil and military, was be7 "Prea' h.-" " ' of, th;s asseinb!aKe, until we have at least,'1,e Pr,periiy and happiness. .p. House, a here the President and Cabinet hoo8lu to mj- uyajT a. story toMon en- lmnaer, , AtolaOse. ."I therefoMin.1 'an-rmrr-mT4 were rercited by the (Joternor. Frotn thence, Mr: Vebtrrarc m piny inj them, ''tey proceeded to theSState House, where ttie tere mony of a public reception was pern.r4.ed. The lull was era w did In jiterflowin. . Among those present were lilirtr mihlarr and navnl rSl'ietr antla' i'.r mnjr aT iliviii.olii.dail I.min ' S-BteS, if a Canala, who were invid to the jubilee. Mr. Ftllniote sat on a ehair in litt, firing the audienrr, and the Cabi net were on hia left hi. ml. the Stale and i iv.i ofTiccr being 0.1 the light, As soon I VhnllHio vgn$n m MimX- iiwasrewieuhy terrupt you, tftu early in the feast, to f M yor Bi-e- ...., ... jean. gni Hve vou a sentiment , . w in.i o tiers, here lelt ili Patili.Mi. returning to Kurope alb-r the p-ice .f, b ., .... . ... e. . , ' L , 1813. the gent,.niaii l.. wl.o.ii I ha.. re-j ' 1 nealfli of the President of th II ml.1l lil.fu. Icrrru wi sjiokt'ii Io by some one of the great petsnnage of Cuntpe, ho, idlod- United States.' The above sentiment was received by us ti'.enre was obtained, . (tor. Jou I well tt(.e and addiessed Mr. Fillmore, wel !i:,iiig inm to the Stale, and assuring 1,11 -mat uiu.iiiipetts is true to the I'onMituiioa and to the Union, .hat in i'ii. f.i:ure, she will know no Notth.no 111 !.. no E is , nr 11 West, 01.lv the ii.'p-.tlihc. one and imlivUible." The re (potiHt wfihePiesident was eloquent and - K'lina.ir. a.i. iiiuiii;. u a. ujt-n f Ht- e i i.ji .n, and spoke a fulloas: ".W-j- "it plctM? your Excellency. 'I Id 10 iismn i not mine -its honnrs aqd its are not due Io or fio;n me. The N:.i'etlie great State the old SiaieMhe I .irioiifi Bunker Ifill and Funueil Hall Ni t e of Massaehuietls, has invited the i' fsideol id" the United States wiil.in her V.iiifi. To your honored person and to y-ur holered offlt-e, may it please your t '....!'...... .. .1.: . t: 1.:. I ...I 0':. 1 j, I,... , .fit ia jr.iui ci', 1 am a l"mI d.-al t.mcbed with the kind, the too kind leceptioo w hivlt you lute given As I bare said, sir, the o. rasion be longs to lias Pit'tideni, and tn those of the l 'ahiuet ho are strangers. Thtnk Gml! I am no stranger here! (Applause.) I amid Mfttiliuetts! (Hear, hear) Bone of ber bone, and flesh o( her flesh ! (t'hi ers.) and I woahl rather rejoice in takin a part with ynu. may It please your E rellency, as the (lort rnor of the Sute, slid iitjr fi'ltow-i-iiiz'ns who s r- rtnilid y.u, in paying honor to the p4ei dent of the United Stales, (cheers) than in acting any pari, or 10 dewaiuJtng any pan li.word myself. An-F. may it please 5 our r.zreueney, 1 wist., to ilie urst pure in say, that, from the b tt m of my heart I 111 enure forces, in th adniitioitra inn of tlu great aff.i.s of this Sute, in ivhosefoei-fr hands thrUfe aflairs fall. Ii they ate fairly att l i ..martially adiuit.is lered, those hands shall hare my hands : tiie.r support. (Seusatton.) In the nest pi.nii 1 may say, that I deroufy wish irte greai interests of ll.e Coinrponwealth ijig jo iKe naval power of the United three times three heartr cheers, after D ates, said the I uroemi power would ( wnicn u was responueu to oy jir. r ill now- i pei mined to trater-e tl.e wean more, who said : '.' 1 Speeehes were afbrwards n.:.di bv f.'r. Eljfin, fiovernor B.M.twell. Ilmi. K I ward Ereret, Hon. UoW C. Wi. ilir-.p, II.!... J. Ibiwe, nf ,ew 5r.n wi -k. Ho... Mr. Iltntk. of Canada, and oilier. ,.,,', The ftfiiitiet closed abml seten o. elek. A minimi lee B.To.npatiied the President to Fail Kier. quietly and the resp ite w as - ye, with Mr. Mayor and fellow-citizens s ' In our bate. AppUtose. Mat ii please . acknowledging the compliment which tour Ee. Ih ney, 1 Imjir that all health, j you hare paid to the high office which it liappmes and pcoperny. . ill attend you U my fortune to hold, I rise rather for bei.ei f .ra ard tbr..i.gh life. En biisiasi.e , the purpose of excusing myself than of i l.eers.j j making a speech. You have been pleas- We derive from the St. Lnuis Re Hon. t,. I. llutsell then preeuted to e 1 toil rink my health. I would it wen the Itovernor Mr. M.iar . the Seeietarvo ll.e Interior, lie . was war... altd made the li.llovii.ig ten. Antttk r Pmirel ripening p the Vittlatitm nf f.'u Lac$ and Trtalht nlhe Vniltd Nuh t. AVe derive from the St. Lnuis Re- tere publican of Sentettther Cth the fidlnu-. icSer.eiaivo j ai icrfect on t'te iC astoh as it usually tng information of another meditated mly leeeivrd, , is t ; bat u ifoitunately, a slight indispo- 'invasion of the territory of a friendly utk : sit'oa within the las'".wentv fourhours. Power, and that Powcr one of our 11 mm... ...... I- ! 1 e .L- -I . May ii pWe Yom Eseellinev, The. has deprived ma of thj great pleasure tir Republics 1 ... 1: . . . -t III. ... . .,: .. ... eery roiiipiiitien'ary ierm in whin jou hate been pleased to allude to my friend on my eft ami myself, seems to deuutid a Word of rep.iiHe and thank . I lender 10 you. sir, my m si eot.liil acknowledg ments fii. ll.e welci.ne you l.tegien u. I'bis, sir, U ihe fimt 1 .- ihal my f.iot Iu tested upon the f .l of Nrw England But 111 iy prosjier. fj.fr in eretti are varied Jiy aw coiHpIes; We hare a million . people hung 0.1 a very small surface: 11 a sterile sil, and beneath anincb met.t sky; and yet we a.e full wf happiness, a u all, j't we say tl.e country, - tteH I trui-l, nr, it will not te the last, f i plausc. I hate seen, sir. many things to admire, and which hate tirided me injunction. I hi'C seen Hie net-work of railn..U 1.1 W'hiil; ymi have jiilmli d. tvl.i.-li are now penctralt g- Io tin? re.uoitl parts ol out count. y. I have ee.i to-day, nr. as I inverted yi ur territory, the hardy yeo manry idthi country. And here," Mr, permit u.e to say. that iu nil my travel. ihr.iiijJliii t this lli.iad confu.hMev, I have neter yet seen the same evidfic-e of im llieni-e. if prosperity, of imli.. trr, ai.il nl eveivtl.tng that r.-mler ll.e condiii.il. of man delightful in thi lite. I 4 pplai.se. J 1 have aen, sir, ba.i.N ..f hiMn'il. who hn re seemed to in to linf the way fr miles, and who h td eouio Iron. Vonr glorious coiiimon scI.ihiI. in tender their wetn...ne 10 ll.e Presi.lenl of the United Sti.tes. Cheer. I felt, sir, that it wa well thai ihey .....li lie there, fell that they would leMru the lesns of nationd pairiniiam, and hive tlpm deeply implanted in their lmart. fKnuewed ci.ecrs. j 1 felt tlwt the rr f.:, ih itihet looked nt up.tn ChM M'g siraie of .tjassa.cijien. hut upon the Chiel Mas- istrate o( this broid eqiifederaey,'' extend. njg aiin 'St over tin orqad eontii.c.i. would teach them to raise their eye above .In- horizon irMasachiHett. so as to take in the interest and the honor and the d nv of .his broad repuhjtc. Cheef..J Sir, my fr.e.id said lo us here to rfar that this war not a day devoted to him. that it wa devoted to the l rangers. Sir, wiKc.i 1 snjuld have e .joyed this day.. " We are 11.1 sjontfr out of onr d;f in parttc'ftt'ng iny-u. cxexisei, I am fl 'illy, caused by the dispositi n of our unable In luirr.ilra nf iKa !'" ' ... ... ..ot.t. 1 iiiu. v. ih iiiir.icic 11 1 tu me VFiriern- 1 i 1 ... gn country, to another. under which your utilesof ta'des ;n an ; m 'tit and pro lerty of a foreij I am scarcely able to enjoy the " feast than we are likely to run in of reason and the flow of stmt ;n and, ITie Cuba expedition, for the It i not yet cerlain, tve wrcctve. ' -Sa- T a. - wants emancipation! impatient to re- w supported a the State nublicanizeeverreotintrr that wants a Right' candidate for Governor tf the republic. , " " Slste of Mississippi, in lieu of Gen. Ner, indeed, it doc not much mat- Quitman, who ha retired from the can. ter whether any body want$ their as-! vass. One report, which we have at sistance or not," F.rery people that ha readr noticed, is that the Hon. Jcffcr not a republican form of government ' Havis, of the United States Senate, like our, it is taken Tor granted, is en' ! ha consented to become his successor during the moat dreadlul despotism, hut another represents that th " Jack and hence it i concluJed that their UI Nominating Committee" for sup. presence is want-d to effect a revolu-' I1'5"? vacancies hasseleted the Hon. tion. which is looked upon only a a '' Stephen Cocke to bear up their stand mere job," which it i the duty of.u'd. If the latter accepts the position every joamerman Democrat to per."'s'SeJhiui,Mr.l)avts,ofcourie,will form" free grutis for notlting." J not be a candidate. Tltere are two parties engaged in We see it stated that two of the this "manifest destiny" buinest: one, State Righta candidates for Congress is made op mostly of young men with," he I,m Jacob Thompson, in the but litlle to do, their head lull or cltiv-j first district, and Hon. William Mc alrv, with an inexpressible lotigingaftcr Willie, in the third dVtnct have military glory" and other extravagant withdrawn from the canvass for the ideas; the 0 her is made up of cunning' same reasons which influenced the do office-seekers, always to be found in "clension of Governor Quitman. So much the Loco Foco' camp, talking about ' 'Ir th'9 ssctional agitation in Mississip I.iberty, but taking precious care nej l which State, it has been pretended er to hi- foun J venturing anything in y any jjersons, was quite as riM for the shape of purse or perso t-we shall Oisunton a bouth Laroltna. Nit.ltftt. say-tnmrrrr wW-aat;.,n-.rtir it, The juveniles are used by the venera ble just a the in inker used t'te cat, a a . . ft r an ?e "Mnut out j ttlle (S. r.) Southern Pat, jt rr. en Iy ' mr. .ucu.if min are not so green. What they are after is office, and to get office it is necessary to have a good -apply r cata pnws, especially in such an excitement as the Cuban firay has stirred Op in this country. ' Therefore, when we hear an o'bstre pcrous Barnburner or Old Hunker, in our Park, here, abusing the Federal Government for its "recreancy to Lib erty, "its" carelessness to the lives of American citizens," it would be well to inquire what office he is looklnz for ; a S ' . ' tor, depend upon it, it t office only he is al ter. Xobmly but the grem-horm ' hurrah '"or join in ' expedition to g'i oT ta light at the suggestion of men who oitly Iarizh at and ioke nver 1I1 . j 0 " - -- "iiemojntra'i.in," whei it is k.llci ofT or dispersed. " Wg ABE A D'HIXKO fioru: I'MtM wk resist." I be ednor of tl.e Greet.. niied ihe l.'l.irk Soring in Greenville. While lhre. lljp rjriet-r mad use of the espreiitH qi the l.ed of this article, iijw:i which, s it s the editor, VV said lo l.im, I. tve y.i.i n.it m ire b'.arert than you ever but Ye, wa- hi reply. Are hi ii... oe.ierou in l e win Id than you eei were befo.e ! Yes, said our kind b Your pmpcrty is wor.lt as iiiurli, an I your ner Oo si ll a we'd as they ever did Y . Then, said wf, you're d m ned. it seem, prosperity, ami 10 our rmi iitty," ,. GKoiii.t. It is stated there are fifty you:ig men in the University At Athens who are Son of Temperance. This 1 augurs well fjr the State. If every nun, now receiving a liberal vou 112 I -1 .1 a a 'I'liM.n u'Iio'aj.t ... 1 ..i.i . -u"iioup wouiu uecomc a thorouih ... o wiiirr.;. - - V ' n 1 if "l mperance man, what a blessed iuliu e lastmonth, . 'tm? M.it s cat ed. have a enc Woud , more than all this, I am- compelled by has absorLed. every thing else, and even , c'Jr,OJ '. f jUtl;ing whether yo 1 a e imperious circumstances to leave you dive.teJ the attention of an invad n- patriot or njt. "For example, if -t . Jvur,AsH Tttup. Union J , A 111a II 1 Crst Jlf Bf ail TV .,b.K IakM..I.Hk inus eany in mis Danquet, because I party ol Filibustering AmerL'a!. from -TIM uon ' r or croctid.Ic t,' ' Ti , T v should be at Washington with the ut- tvhatseemed to be a fes attnetive ad- tMrs fjr -ma.ihwl fi;y,- ke n I? 'urf bon most possible despatch. I have stolen venture: bat, now that that eiil-rprh .njthe CapUin G.-ner-l f t'ubi.1 1? '."n, J f?v,i0" am!v Vkc from the hour that were perhaps dua ha fail d.'iey will probably return to an 1 wcntin3 the F.-deral authorities! . y"W. ditto, tu their Division, the nation, a brief- space to meet tnv their original p'roect. WeunWand al W-''ingt n, you an- oily a "mV-i .f ,VVW 1,",era1rJr Institutiocs have fellow citi7.cu in the city, of Won', f o n a ource vhich leads us to hc -P 1"0'it for d.-sp Ar 'tn. 11 thhrci i,!c,At Va (Applause.) I meet you as citizens or it implicit credence, that fjrso ne tJine feahcde. sabmWto list," an or'ran ' !''r ." ."7 e ,nt" the wwr,t1, t,ur,n5 Bjstan. 0.1 this festive occasion v. imtinimWrih.:,..,i ofCoichi.' !n ' r .n ?.i .te last two yeara. Sn. ufihe Aar. ISI ILflllV HAS C lirfll F o-iwi t-a Mil I llllll illlii - V know no party distinction. (Applause.) concmtiating upon N'ay, tn .re, w'e scarcely kniivy a na- near Fort Brown, to tional distinction. (GVeat; applause fb-rerolatianize-the the Rio Grande. rc"vthing but the ao.-t of person this i.si add cheers.) There are gathered around mis ojaru tne American and IJriton living under different laws, bat thank God, two of the freest 'nations'uuder the sun Cheering. The little, as perity that was engendered by the re volution, which separated us 'from our assist in an attempt State of Tain.111 i. uu' are 111 want Ot. tust at th a ntenst pas, .Mexico. At the last account they,,He ta3e ' national progression. age, fast people, and fast country of 'Axat i tiik Uxirro Statks. The are in want of, iust at this interest- ',0',,," Mankei's Magazine gives a tal.lc. numbered some three hundred men, ready , fo. the expedition, and were' waiting the signal from Carravajal, a n tedft'e.-boiiter in that State for year. past,and well remembered forhis.fepre- dattons Up in small parties of American plow, in our bumble ontnion. the meanest of all party expedients, the njost sneaking way of catching a vote or ' .two, is to be, found in the e to which I. ico Foco tricksters are put- v.ii iuuaa Dusines-i. a k an in- t . - " - v...... IIUI llt.l ... ...I. a . . . .. ... " . . U..iry, 1 am nappy tosay has troops in that part of Mexico durimr 8Kf 01 what we mean, take the fol 1UII! lljni.p.irpn Utl.l v.. . I . ... . ll. . . Irni'Ki. n I . . a t . - . . q rr '' c .ucci ii.r lire isi nar. ne was tO hare t.'ikvn "'m cirtii.iiiecri: fl.OWII.g the; l.l..i.hir. rnnit:il. nml cmiili. lion i.f the Bn.k i. all the Stales of the Union. Tond iiiiiuher of Bank. 803; nr- I .ii..,,. 15.400 ; sp. eie. 3 1,- 418.00(1; cpiml. $30.897.500.. iNew York lead all odn-r Mates, bating I5i lv.k, with n eiiriilation of ? 1 8.000.000, wlidn ,e, York ci'v has 28 t...k., and tl.IOil.OOf) eireulaiMii.. M;isnch.iselts vi nara?ran .. u ti rt. Dfetiren or tie sania family, speaking the lead in a pronunciatnenti an I the the 01 J Hanker organ at Boston the hn ll)Z U",U' w,,, rirrnlaiion of 10, the same language, and cnjoyuigtliesainc revolution of Tamaulinas. and th. v.i. " Times" keeps at the head of it 6 s Bh-i-mi 30 b.nk. w ith a eir.11- I relijrion. Are we not one? f Ann! .4 n no N 4 .I-' . - -j, -i'r s.. u as viii Al CAtin BCrt" ill HIV8(sA O ' w-swiaeiA I - -rif.www,tPUW. .Ill cMilllll reIlow.citixe.ns, I trust that the uasx- the territory and to aid in the establish- " r H'P ! heW the Am'-ricao Peonle l!' h it in 57 banks, with nected necessity that compels us to ment of the new government. As we th,uh w,'iPrrd'"di!wara!, I.utcl.r ,','36600d cir.-..U.i.i.i. Ilerspecie ba- leave you thus early, on this occasion, have said, the prospect of a revolution 'y f r!r.rv. A,,M!''i5'M. Irwiuncn. llun-ari- "wever. t but $2,780,000. while will induce no one to leave the table on in Cuba, undeJ the flag of Lope., di- J'u'otJ L Vl? ?M wh m , M' N" Vo,k , i,v trty account. I trust, particularly, verted the Attention iWT.a5i.'S AU iM ie. IIIh. has bit WOO. - - auwa 1 .auijia.ir1. 1 1 it'ai r.tiiiiiia mprna ivaui ii.i.. . . 11.1a nn'r laswia nnniuii, . t 1 a . aisiiiisiii a at iiiiii iiii'i a?! vii inui w-fuuv,im nun f;,tiuuivvv Ilrnnur K. k. ....tf .V J " i,c" y'1 '"P PaPe "r 7 'i" mrttnerica an.ee thi - "..v.. . "m v iivi uiiu ,i.ij3ii wiiii w inm cinrnii t inr r.mi.i... L. . . -. . u.i. in iiib ..zziriid . . ... . 1 . . . , .,, ; .? . . wiuii t ui ice i.uiiu reu me - i had . h-ih, wwiu uemo- he is associated, will receive from you, congregated about Mustanz Island 71 Z ;onJc,n!, s' "l id.-d term.. !L?7 Lalc.fJreafeece vet!. a i i? the arrival of a vVfl to take MuZb?Z?i wreai apnlauae. 1 them to Cuba. TK... ,i;.l 1 1 . lr. ' " " w ' "or 4 - J 7 w,ti mil i.ll,nu . '-Jiu "111 LnTpr..m...l K, Cordial creetim. p e . . a w . -1- ..J ...v... v.. -vuua. IICV I mXkT XI x-1' n". and nQW the old exped.tiot, wiiryfillasiau AnJuThb; mr heart is tall. I hid na conceit ni h. no, !nh :. 1.1.I ben-, t.1... 1. v. w,oc .ere arc u.li.r : 1 . " hmt . mo Americana nf,t i 1 'n " , -o'epuot ne, nououDr, revived. Th , "uuesseu mis uay irom winqow. 1 thought I aw B w tf. intenium reuttnn- iu lis from my ( men in this couatry who are disposed T" ijlusrififJ on " k" H.t they bad ustoa int' to engage in any enterprise rather than j ard.1""" 7 Fi,,ai3re ,Ue twoAc.-d co. specie. Peniist Ivunia hbn.n'if.e same as V.rauiH. pi.ila.l. Ij.l.ia $.130k)0 rir. nil... ion. and $ OdO.OOO of Vpe ie. Hal tn.ore ha ti 0i3.0lHI circulatioa. 2. 127.000 specie, miii) it banking tpitl is. eel down at les than two inillinn. !- isiat.a. 5 hank, w id. $4,200,000 ireo-iaii-'ii. $7,300,000 spe je, and 913.207. I U ) capital. '