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In Senate, Dec. 22d, the Vice President
select committee, consisdng of Messrs. Nau- tkia, Kent, Linn, Grundy, and Kobmson. Mr. Wright said he was charged with presented.a neiition from sundry officers of W . t. 0 L, of x- . vv1r ovij :r rr i m , r r the citizens ot tfee City oi New York, and the United States Army for increase tfiJLtW tMM pay. DISTRICT BANKS. Mr. igiiig of Ala presented a memorial from the Bank of Washington praying a renewal of their charter. Referred to the Committee on the District. Mr. Benton requested that the memorial would be withdrawn. He formerly stat ed, that it was his intention to oppose any renewal of the charters of those banks.! those citizens who were sufferers by the late conflagration m that city. Mr. W. said the memorial was too long to authorize him to ask for its reading at the Secretary's tabl, and he would there fore stater.in the condensed language of the memorial itself, the relief prayed for, which was as follow.?: X j - "-T ' - . - - i mm mm m 1. " A remission or refunding ot duties on goods in original packages, which have ,.- i:v i i . l .u .. on troous in original .aciiiift's, w ujuu na which had stopped payment, during the V 6"ua 111 , . 'florTV )t:. 1 u ...,. ,:,c.-.,i been destroyed by the late conflagration. Punic season, uuiu iic ho sautucu uy mc. - , r a i - t ; iu 2. ' An extension or credit on all the investigation of a Select Committee, into all f" . x" . , . .,. :V ""fo"-' . , . t. ' 'existing bonds for duties payable in this the matters connected with their stoppage, -f1. v; c v A f. f , r.. r ., ... j v , - Ao,. city, and falling due after the loth cr this and subsequent resumption of payment, -jr"-11 o t i :....,i.-,4 A;.,t!..t.r.t ,-,f month. '.u . : r. u i- ; v,f I 3. "A general. tt-mvorarv extensoin of BS to examine into the general effect of the tht? e of payment of cash and other du-the document herewith be reared to the svstom, pursued in the District. ffW " QUOS m,P ieu ","u ,TT ""jSame tomrauree. Mr Kino- of Alabama, declhiinffto with-.fctates subsequent to tne lotn or tins montn . 7 O tnem ask us far a tc cWu t. ile tbonght it necessary their alfkirs should first b thoroughly investigated; aid he believed a sdect committee were more likely to.do this, than the committee ob the District : . MessTs. W. B. Shepard, Bouldin, Mc Kennon, Lane, Mercer, and Everett, spoke against the reference to a select committee ; and M6sr. Thomas, Vauderpool, Boards ley and Mjmn, in favour of a'select, and a gainst the committee on the District. When the House finally refused to refer to the committee on the District by yeas and nays, 113 to 88 ; when, after amendment, the re ference was made to a select committee. In Senate, Dec. 3 1st, on motion of Mr. Hendricks, Resolved, That the Committee oh the Public Lands be instructed to in quire into the expediency of making a grant of land to one or more colleges in each of the new States, for education of the poor upon the manual labor plan, and that INTIIAN MASSACRFfil. THE TRUEpEMQKATgj. . By the arrival yesterday f the Sphr. FtJ speaking of the resettling of the no George and Muy. Cart. Vvilley, in 24 mination of Judge White in Alabama, tne nos'rrora St. John's (E. F.) wejeceived Washington- Globe -wakes the following thejiksonville Courier of the S24t h inst., just and forcible. renrlcs ; from wkich we have made copious extracts It is gratifying to observe what an m respecti the hostile operations of the In- stinctive feeling of Republicanism pervedefe dians in lhat section of liie. country. , the virtuous,; honesi landholders of this - We have conversed with Capt. Willey, country. Cities. town, villages; the travel and learn from him, that a large portion of ling, trading, floating population, are, for the territory has been desolated by the In- the most part. as unsettled in their politics dians, they having made a d scent from as in their circurastaflikit s. But that vigor that part of the territory occupied - by ousminded, virtuous, and all powerful class them, and swept every tiling in their route, in this country, which has struck its roots from Valusia to Black Creek, on the main deep into its soil, ancfeovers it with alUhe roa(i nnd also Trom the same point to magnificent and richly teeming produc Lake Gieoro-e, and down the St. John's tions which constitute its glory and its River to Black Creek, burning all the wealth, are as its mountains fixed on prin dwellings in their course, and murdering ciple, and as unchangeable in their course nh r.f the inhnbiianis as had not pre- as its ereat rivers draw viously made their escape. The extent of A correspondent of the W lobe, in writing the loss of life, could not of course, be from Tuscaloosa, says the Convention 1 J .nnnnl of tkP hon 11 nArm mntPfl liiflnro .Wi Kim W..,U C confusion that ; existed but Capt. VV. states Madison ; colonel Joiin M'Kmley, tf Lau i k-Mt information reached Jacksonville on derdale; Major Watlcins, of LawTence, this House, the tabular statement eat! ing the sums yearly paid under each ma terial expenditure from 1816 to I834 inclu- A. " An investment ol portion ol the un I . t i -c .v tt : i m Benton rose, to asure the gentlemen appropriatea surplus revenue oi uie who urged this memorial.that unless they States nr such sums and such manner attended to the suggestion he now madJ, Jg aord rehef to City of New they would tal:e very little ultimately . , , . t i. J - - .i-: u":ii "Mr. W. moved that the memorial, with- even ir mcy succeeuea in geumgiueir uu;-i -i j . J , . , . 4 j v through Congre s. They should conform out a reading, be referred to the Committee W referred to in his reported on the fi- by many el t( rations in their c liiiht of the asre. . Messrs. Benton, Wright, Clayton, Crit tenden, and Preston, were appointed by ballot a eommittee on the subject of the Ohio and Michigan boundary. Michigan. Mr. Benton modified the The Senate adjourned over till Monday. In the House, Dec. 31, on motion ot jr. Cave Johnson, it was Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasuiy transmit to ' rrcaaler 0f the Militia was .e- j W. R. Hallett, Mobile, as Electors for Pre- illOll- . . 7 1 T . rioosfv. I' the morning of the 25th, tnat Air. vvooa- j uenerai i nomas v. rvmg, ol 1 uscaloosa : ruff and one negro, who were on Mr. For- Colonel William R Picket, Autauga ; rr's nlantiition had been killed, and ; Judge Jno. S. Hunter, of Lounds, and Cel. ' Resoluth r; to expunge favt'ltn; ndopt d by decided mrjoritits of both Houses of the Legislature of ll.UKOiS. The Expunging H solutions (which we published on "Tut stfny last) have also passed the 12cu.se of lu pre sentaf ties of Ohio, by o vote cf 47 to 24 nearly 2 to i; The Hepublhanstofd the mark. The ori!y flinching and dodging was on the part oi the Whigs. They attempted in every vai it ty of form, to bin k he question, nnd to trammel the resolutions. They proposed amendments, denying to the State Lfguluiures the light to instruet-1-and rest-rving" the right only tc the People of a Siate But all their manoeuvres were met and defeated by the firm advocates of the Hight of Instruc tion. The Hesnlutions will unquestionably be concurred in by the Senate of Ohio. There is also a Resolution before the H. ofR. of Ohio, to instruct their Senators, &c. to oppose the admission of Michigan into the Union, until the boundary line of Ohio is established in accordance with her Constitution Richmond Enquirer. not mortally wounded. The . sident arid Vice President. The Conven- Krtr tn t h on Finance, and that the same be printed, uances of the 8th instant Mr. Vright, from the Committee onin discussion on the question of referring Finance, to which had been referred thethe petitions from the Banks in the EKs- memorial of Dr. James T. Barclay, of Virginia, on the subject, reported a joint resolution, directing that certain experi- .if: r -i fikuiA ,, meuis oe maue at me mini oi iuc wmwu icsuiuuuii f.ji iiici j y ouuuiiuc u uy unit uo w Mesrs Lyon and NorvelT, " who claim to be Senators, .that they be received as specta tors, and that chairs be assigned them on the floor of the Senate, until the final deci sion of the Senate." This Mr. B. said, was with the exception of the word " floor " pre cisely according to a former resolution, a dopted when Tennessee first sent her Sen ators here. Mr. Ewing moved to. strike out "on the floor." Agreed to. After a desultory discussion, in which the proceedings taken by Michigan as they Staters, under the direction of the siid Dr. Barclay, with a view to an improvement of the gold coins of the United States. In the House, nearly the whole of this day's sitting Was consumed in discussion on the subject of the admission of Michigan ; the question being, whether the subject should be referred to the Committee on the Territories, or to the Judiciary Committee : the whole matter was finally referred to the latter committee, by a vote of 107 to 79. In Senate, Dec. 29, Mr. Clay in pursu ance of notice iven, asked leave and IB effected she boundaries of Indiana and Ohio, itroduced a bill to distribute for a limited was incidentally touched upon, A resolution submitted as an amendment ,in lieu of Mr. Benton's was finally adopted : "That the same .ourtesy be extended to the Hon. John NorvelTts spectator in the Senate chamber, whirn by the rules of the time the proceeds of the sales of the public lands among the Statrs, and for other pur poses. Mr. Clay went into an explanation of the bill ; in the course of which, he said k proposed a distribution ef the proceeds of Senate is now extended to the delegates of ; the public lands fur the yenrs 1SS5, '38, Territories and Representatives in Con gress "Ayes 22, Noes 1 3. vlr. Lynn, the other Senator from Mi chigan, having been a delegate in Con gress, was entitled by right to the courtesy here extended to Mr. Norveii by special resolution. Ju Senate, 23d Dec. On motion of Mr. Go'dsbo rough, Jiesolvcd, That the Committee on Mili tary Affairs be instructed to inquire what number of floating steam batteries are ne cessary for the defence of the Chesapeake and Delaware bays, and the harbour of New York, together with the estimate of the pro bable cost of the same, and to report the re sult to the Senate. Mr. Ewing, pursuant to notice, askfd and obtained leave to introduce a bill to change tfie organization of the General Post Office, which was read, and ordered to a second reading, and to be printed. This bill is the same as that which pass ed the Senate at the last session. Mr. Benton, pursuant to notice, asked and obtained leave to introduce a bill pro viding for the increase of the corps of En- ffineers; also, trict of Columbia for a re-charter: the re ierence was finally made to a select com mittee: the House adjourned till Monday. THE GREAT NEW-YORK FIBE raoit the EV-Toar btkmini stab. j w.,r .rc uron. while on her way down Black Creek to St. John s River. We learn that the Indians had removed their women and children to a place of safety, and that it had been ascertained that roads were sometime previously cut in dif ferent directions, to reach the plantations, fnr the cumose of facilitating generous, is an oia out irue prov The greater amount of the property des troyed, about ten mil f tons ef dollars, is in- sured at the different offices; The i having been compel lea to aonnoon intr stockholders of those insurance comnanies fields; and the mills and buildings neces a MISSISSIPPI SENA TOR. The latest accounts from this State csti- store and bindery establishment of Dr. tion was most ably filled wjth the boe and mate the number at Jackson Van Buren Rnifih at Polalka, were burnt down on ; sinew of the country, and has had a most men in the House a' 36; Jackson White' at Wednesday last A boat from the ueorge . nappy enect. ran:jJufeaMM IW certauiiy P , nigs ana lNuinners b4 in all. gei inr vote oi A u) pa ma as ol Georgia. nu in nvf oemiH yjumson v.m rurcn You miy imagine the enthusiasm that two Jackson White nine Whig and prevails on this subject, when I tell you that Nullific-rs. It is said that Mr. P. in dexter old men, upwards of sixty years old, same cn get rn'v 26 votes but Nous Verrons I on horseback upwards of two hundred A re-action has taken place in Mississippi, miles, paying their own expenses, and at The eyes of the People are opening to this inclement season of the year forwhat? the manesu vres whkb. have Wen pjayedffF To secure the election of a man who, it is upon tbem- and the friends of Van Buren believed, will carry out the principles of count upon the victory nejrt Fa'i. lb. our glorious Old Chief, and preserve the " Union of these States; and to teaah the The Pennsy: vanmn of the 30th Drceniber members of the Legislature a lesson in no states; that "A large portion nf tbe Whirrs litics, that is, to mind the business they' of the Ciiy of Philadelphia, positively The Remedy." Be just before you are,the-r purposes, when the scene oi destruc lerous, is an ol'd but true proverb. tion should hare commenced. The effect of these disturbances on the crops will be most disastrous, the planters are composed : lt. Of rich persons, who, by the fire, may lose on-four;h, some one-third, and many of them not one. sixth of their fur- tunes, leaving them, after their losses, an eafy for the manufactory of Sugars, ar? most probably all destroyed. A passenger in the George and Miry has brought on letters requesting that arms and ammunition may be forvvsrdtd, as . - I a l ample competency. These, therefore, are many o! tne troops arm volunteers are not in want. '1 heir amount of insurance without any means of defence, although stock is probably about one half the whole j every kind of weapon that could be found sum insured 2d. There is another class, who are chiefly widows and orphans, many of; whom are reduced to absolute beggary, had been pressed into the service. Charleston Courier. Neie Orleans and Mexico. It is appre- heir stock in the insurance companies hended by some of the merchants of New constituting all their property. We could j Orleans, that the assistance given by citizen name several examples: One, a widow, ef the United States to the Texians, will with nine children another, a lady from have a deleterious effect upon the trade (A the South a third, a widow of one of the that city with Mexico. The Bee states roost eminent of our deceased patriots, &c. the amount of the export trade ofNew Or- TSS , ... f i . , . 1 . i . L J 1 . V a 1 nf 4 tliA maw r. . i I V4 i . r- i r. r rlnflr tKo Tvr c ' " ,&fiS millions, say, which is the sum in foct twenty months, at upwards, of $8,500,00' to be raised by the city, on loan, from the: of which, $3,509,000 were of the domes- stote or general government, to be presjn-(tie. manufactures of this eauntry. 1 he im ted to these sufferers, so as to restore the ports from Mexico, daring the same prriod, Insurance Companies to thejr solvent con- are estimated at $9,000,000. The import dition before the fire, and toenable them to 'trade consists chiefly of bullion or specie, yield a dividend for the partial support of which is of immense importance to the cre those families. jdit of banking institutions. The sane pa- It is now certain, we think, that the new per states, that, five or six months since, stores to be en cted on the site of the ruins there were upwards of six millions of will be as near fire proof as can be; and specie in the. banks it is now reduced to nd 7, and corresponds with that offered in 1S32. Mr. C. in conclusion, took a retrospect of his past life. He adverted to the circums tance of his bring left an orphan, hi w;dw ed mother, htr numero embarrassed circumstances unaided him-i- self by adventitious circumstances, he felt :ts if he ought to be grateful to his country men lor the high honours their partiality b?d conferred upon him, for which, in re turn, be .badvaimed at an honest.jfaithful and zealous discharge of his duties. The bill was then read twice, and refer red to the Committee on Public Lands. Mr. Calhoun, in pursuance of notice " I 1 J ltJ I 1 I iijven, afcKtu ai:u ootaineu leave, rdu iniro- . , ., c i v. m j t.-i a au c ti vi , taken altogethtr, w-ill, as a matter of course, 'ess than three millions, and is gradually d iced the fo lowirff bu s. which were read ' . j : i a r be superior to any ever erected in this lessening. city. At to any arrangements of streets, different from lae old order, the dsfticul- V -m. m. mm mm mv V . . m - . -1 - rt I. t r rm A t nt' V. 1 A proMdmgfor a distribution of the surplus events the contrariety of opinions, and ordered to a second reading A resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, Richmond Com. City of Mexico Nov. 14, 1835. The Mexicans are determined on striking a decisive blow in Texas. The rerijuf ainouir uie several ciaies nno . . c j: " v j .l -i . v j v rP t'u l9J9 iae icnacuy ai muiviuui rignis, ana ine j vjrom mem uns urnrrea i d.uuu to marcn lerritories, until the year 1843. slowness of the necessary legal process, 1 there , but I expect the people in Texas A bill to regulate the deposit ef the dp hJAi from two are prepared for them. If the Mexicans nun ic mnnv . - i.-,.- .- A bill to repeaLth first and second sec tions of" an act to limit the term of office A bill granting to the State of Missouri ;of certain officers therein named," apprev- certain lands for the purpose of Internal Improvement. Mr. Grundy offered the following reso lution, which lies over for consideration : Resolved, That the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads be instructed to inquire into the expediency of reducing in to one act, all the laws establishing post ed the 15th cf May, 1820, and for other purposes. Mr. Calhoun submitted the following resokttion, which was laid on the table : Resolved, That th Report of the Secre tary of the Treasury of the 15th instant, relative to the duties that may be reduced or repealed, be referred to the Committe roads and post routes within the United on Manufactures, with instructions to re States end the Terr tories thereof. port a hill ptoviding for the reduction or In the House of Representatives, a con-repeal of all duties which, in their opinion, siderable portion of this day was spent on J may be reduced er repealed, consistently a Question of reconsidering a vote of the! with a due regard to the maufactuTing House, referring- to the. committee on the interests. District of Columbia a memorial for the abolition of slavery in the District of Go to five years. should gfit the worst of it, it will go hard At an informal meeting of the two with us here. 1 hey threaten to cut all Boards of Aldermen on Saturday a pro-! our throats, and are not a bit too good do it position was made to issue a city stock to; A gentlemen of Nashville has m. d a the amount of six millions of dollars to re- donation of five thousand dollars in aid of lieve the Fire Insurance Companies by the Texians purchasing their bonds and mortgages, which would, of course, put the compa nies in funds to meet their engagements. Latest from New Grenada. By the Momtilla, the Journal of Commerce has In the House, M ti Cambrelencf present ed the memorial of sundrv merchants nf i, j m .i- 1 l n r . . ; . j lumoia. Messrs. oiaue, oarianu, maun, , the city of New York, sufferers in the late Ulasscock, iane, wnimesey, iwens ana nre there. Wise, took part in the discussion, the ques tion to re consider was carried, 148 to 61 ; when Mr. Owens moved to lay the petition and the motion to commit,.pn the table ; which was carried, by a vote of 144 to 67. In Senate, Dec. 24, Mr. Southard, from the Committee on Naval Affairs, reported a bill to authorize the enlistment of boys in the United States Navy ; which was read and ordered to a second reading. On motion of Mr. Porter, Resolretl, That the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire it: to the expediency of providing by la for the ire regular and effectual hoWing of their mp Courts by the Judges of the District Courts of tro United States at the terms prescribed iMor their respective districts ; and that they also be instructed to inquire into the expe diency of compelling District Judges to re side at the places where .their respective Courts are held. Mr. Hendricks offered the following re solution : Resolved, That the Committee on the Judiciary be instructed to inquire into expediency of fixing, by law, the time of the eommencement and close of every succeed ing suasion of Congress. After some remarks by Mr. Hendricks, Mr. Webster, and Mr. Clayton, The resolution was consiWred and a- to, and the statement accompanying it, was ordered to be printed. In Sena'e, 28th Dec on motion of Mr. Naudain, the petition and papers of Doctor Boyd Riley, praying Congress to purchase the right to U3e his improvement for the application ol vapour to the human body, presented at last session, was referredto a A great number of petitions, memorials, &c. were presented, which were appro priately disposed of ; among them, Mr. Casey presented the memorial of the Legis lature of Illinois, prayins the establishment of ports of entry on the Wabash river, and atitbf points; in said State.- In Senate, on Wednesday, 30th nit. on motion of Mr, .Ruggles, it was resolved. that a committee, to consist of three, be ap pointed to take into consideration the state and condition of the Patent Office, and the laws relating to the issuing of patents for new and useful inventions and discoveiies. Mr. Den1on,x pursuance of notice given, asked and obtained leave, and introduced a bill to provide for the bvtter organization of the corps of United States Topographical Engineers; which was read, and ordered to a second reading. In the House, on the 30th ult. Mr. Beards ley modified his motion for the admission of Mr. Crary, who had been elected a mem ber from Michigan, so as to read as follows. Resolved, That Isaac E. Crary. who claims to have been duly elected a member of thts House, be admitted as a spectator within the Hall during the sittings of this House. A long discussion took nlaee on trm rp- ference of the petitions of certain Banks in iie uisinct ol Columbia for an extension of the;r charters. A motion having been made to refer them to the committee on the District, Mr. Thomas of Maryland moved to refer them to a select committee. Mr! Thomas said four of the Banks in the Dis trict stopped specie payments during the panic pressure in 1834:n,d now two ol There is a great embarrassment as to Bogota papers to Oct 1 1th The Con the disposition of the millions of loads of gress was convoked for March 1st. The rubbish in and about the ruins. Would it population of New Grenada is 1,637.199. not be advisable to increase the battery on Increase in ten years 458.R50. President the north end? An acre of ground may Santander had returned from his excur be thus made at trifling expense, and af- sion through the country, highly pleased lora great reiiet 10 me purjiic. wmi me zeai aispiayed tor constitutions-! j order and the promotion of education. The estimated loss by the recent fire, ia Archbishop Mosquera made his grand en thought not over fifteen millions of do!- tree into Bogota, Sept. 21st. preparatory !srs. The North River. City, Equitable, to assuming the government of that dio New York, Fulton, Bowery, Guardian, cese A letter from Gen. Alava, the Eagle, and Greenwich Insurance Compan- Spanish minister at London, in reply to ies, will sll be able to pp y. We have not ()ne addressed from the Secrttary of Sta'e yet heard of a failure that has taken place of New Grenada to Martinez de la Ros, in consequence of the ire, a fact to' be .then primier of Spain, is favorable to the mainly attributed to the liberality exercis- recognition of the independence of the ed by the banks. The merchants are in South American Governments, good heart. They will do justice to them-j Th Convention of the Republic of the telves. They sear up against thtir ca- Ecuador had approved the Treaty with famines line men. uur proBpenty has rew Grenada in all its parts. President been checked, but it can not be broken. Rocafuerte had proceeded to Ambato, ousintrsj is again Beginning to assume an,;wnere tne Convention was held, to tak appesranee ei activity, ana it we are true ;me oams ot oftice, and was to return were sent to do. and let President makintr to eppnrt the nomination of H lrri- alons, and leave it with the People. f0"- At 8 meeting ai the Adelphi they ' jformoily denied tbe vnlsthiy of ihe noml- Harrison and Tyler. In speaking of nation, and declared it notat all binding up the nomination of Gen Harrison for Pre- on the Whig p,frty, Measures were ta sident, and SenatoT Tvler for Vice rei-t conbr wi-a thnr political brethren dent, by the whigs at Baltimore, the Rich, jthroughout the Knton, as to the course Enq. says; the nomination aff-rds a cu-1 proper to pursue, and Horace Bint. ey was rious coincidence. The coanty of Charles ;appomtcd at tbe head of the Committee of Ci:y, in Vs., it seems, has furnihd the j Corrrspor.iicc. The two Conventions Whigs of Maryland with both their can- antimasom.-: head aha the whig tail didates for the Presidency and Vice Pre-are rmgh!y handled in the proceedings; siderrcy. But they have missed a figure ! ,aftrf n cl xhe U5 I0U M harmony of the i'he Whigs of Virginia have net vet taken CenKton is tbe o nonJ. scnpt specimen un Mr. Tvler for their Vice and if thev!f arid harmony .evr brought before were to re-echo the nomination of their brethren of Maryland, the name of their nominee will carry much lesa weight to their ticket than they could have supposed We bide the event, for the verification of the prediction. We move, however, the pteifj question Will John 7yler suffer himself to be run on the same ticket with Gen. Harrison a B$nk, a tariff an In ternal Improvement politician ? The Un ion would be as monstrous as the feble of the Centaur. . .. Indiana, The ftarrison convention met on the 14th at Indianapolis. Gen. Harrison was nominated as their sanci- date for the Presidency. Mr. Lockheart moved the nomination of Col. R. M John son as Vice President and the Rev. Mr. Shaw declared his preference for Mr. Leigh but the proposition of Col. B'ake prevailed to leave the Electors unpledged with regard to the Vice. An Electoral Ticket, Central Committee, &c, Ac. were ihe political wond. 1 he nomination of Harrison has mada two antimaonic pur tirs, and two 'whig parties ; foor factions to be marshalled and harmonised for the Fall elections. 'I'rtilvThe nrbshcetsVif th ... j j " auuon are dark and jftqfimV. The spirit is of a similar character, fcm. Id. engendered clous and embittered " " raOM TBK CUXUMBTTS (mI?1.) PXESS. jauaj. P " tBrr(i LxNCH. This gentleman crafrnyTO-trira fi.V.iJtyA Hugh L. White. In 1833, we are tu'd he was a Van 5uven man, and that his name may be seer, appended to an address recommending Martin Van Buren to tba Vice Presidency. Wrhat has Mei'ti:i Van Buren been guilty of since, that he should now oppose him so vehemently. The White Whig party, who lay claim to the cond':nee of the Democratic party my their pretensions to Jacksonism, boast then adonrfd and the Convention ad- ioudsY of the pretended Kitner victory m joarned. Pensylania. Thus, the Whigs scatter their forces tae3e men recollect that the same Whites Harrison, and W-bstrr, are nomi party which achievedthis pretended victory, n8ted as Presidents and fcr the Vic published the c.'ifSn handbills, and are the Presidency, ther have as many cssts 0fi0?inators of rri03t 0 ha vile slanoers by to ourselvea, all will yrt be well. ' N. York Times. The Daily Advertiser states that one c to Indiana, Virginia, Quito on the 13th of August. A letter from New Orleans, says," A trooa deal nf ftKinm'nn- v ... 1 1 -U ...U : J ' I .j- . i "? . . "'1JP'K aiiivinif OUl DU8I- mTn? 'noreainess is quite dull. Notwithstanding the thousand do ars. hnd nn v- fnnrt.rn thnu.Lrof... . . j , . , s,ttll,JU--ry iasi year and thenresent about sand on bnnd- this ipv th initrano fi J. . . f'.-?riu' MU,U office of eighty-six thousand. We doubt not that the great cause, and in our judgement the only cause, of this great conflagration, has been owing to wooden. cornices and gutters, and the want of iron shutters. We hope and trust the Common Coun cil will pass an ordinance that no new store shall be put up with wooden cornices and gutters, under heavy penalties. Daily Advertiser. Pennsylvania Liberality -Mr Reed has introduced into the Legislature of Pennsylvania, a set of resolutions for the relief of the sufferers in New York by the late fire. They sppak of the fire as a great national calamity, and request their senators and representatives in Cone-res. to co operate with the general government, ordmg such relief as is consistent (the People's President. kows vwuuuv.ua, Trenton Emporium. short crops of cotton ' th Krt.r.nK and rather too much for some dealers." Disaster, The schooner Tobrr Mrc of and from this port (Washington, N. C.j cw-iUTK, went ashore on Squam for I 7 , . . . L . 1 . . on tne nitrht of fh. toh H caTgo saved. The Cam V) roc lost from the jibhoom on the night 'of the oth ult. in a srale. Cant T-T w.n thy and industrious man. and has lp.ft large family to mourn his irreparable loss. Washington Whig. The President's Message has elicited almost universal approbation. We have heard of no earnings at it. p-.tcct thoso the National Intelligencer which naner belonging as it does to the United States Bank, only acts out its miserable part by tinding lauit with each and everv act of character as the Managers of the Theatre In Pennsylvania, Granger (th Anti-Mason) has been nominated In Maryland, John Tylor In Georgia, they hive at 'empted to press P. P. Barbour into the fleet In N. Carofina and Indiana, they leave the tieket unpledged. See what a motley mixture ! Wassachusetts, Webster, dec. Pennsylvania, Harrison and Granger, Maryland, Harrison and Tyler, Georgia. White and Barbour, N. Carolina. White and unnleda-ed. mm . T - - - J"" 1 ' Harrison, and unpledged. White and anonymous. Thus, the monstrous party of the Whie;? has many heads Richmnnd Enquirer. The object of the Whigs, however, is obvious to transfer the eleetion of the two highest Executive officers to the two Houses of Congress, 'he People are to be stript of their suffrages and he Sen ate, the Vice. President!" The Whigs are to run Webster in the North Harrison in the middle ground White in the South unless Mr. Clay is to be found available, and sweeps the whole platter Will the Peonle fall J . m'. V VAV V 7 Will they suffer the election to pass into the H. of R. 1 Never. Will Virginia per mit her great vote of 23 Electors to be frittered down to the same level with the three Electors of Delaware ? Never-never. The precipitate move of our Whigs in the General Assembly has not been hailed by their brethren even in Virginia with acclamation. It has produced some sur priseand apparently some "little disgust. Richmond Enquirer. which the Whigs at? mp ed to traduce the character of Genera! Jackson, w hen he was a candidate for the Presidency. Think of this, Jacksonraen I Sprinh! (.; Repudiicstju It is stated in the Philadelphia Satur day Evening Post, that Hugh L. WThite, of Tennessee, was born, it is said, in Scotland, and came to this country when 5 years old, before the present constitution was adopted. Some persons allege, that on this ground. Judge White is ineliVihle to the office ot .President of tho United Slates. The Hartford Times says " Mr. Van Buren, with every sincere Democrat, is opposed to conferr-ng any special privilege On any class of men he is opnosed to special legislation and chartered prero gatives, and is the advocate of a plain and simple government, with but few laws, and those laws to be for the benefit of the whole people." Gen Harrison. During the last sum mer, the ladies of Chillicothe voted Col Croghan a sword, and Gen. Harrison a petticoat. In Hnrrisons own district, a 1 Van Buren man has been elected o Con gress. Van Buren will walk over the Course in Qhioln 1836. Missisvippian. VRRtGITY. The editor of the Nullifyiug, alias Whig, . alias WJnit Banaer, Mr. C. C Mayson, publishes an extract of a letter, the author of which, although a Whig, expresses a de termination to sustain Martin Van Buren, because he voted to give Free Negroes possessed ef a certain amount of properly, the privilege cf voting aad therefore thinks he will lend his influence to emancipate Negroes. The cause of truth-demanded that Mr. Mayson should infonn bis readers that Hugh" L. White, in the Convention '.which formed the Constitution of Tennes see, voted for giving free Negroes indis- i .i a . r r criminatety, tne ngni to vote, ir we are not mistaken, the party opposed to Mr. V an Buren jn the Convention of New York, vere desirous of giving to Negroes indis criminately, the privilege of voting, and Mr. van Buren compromised the matter w-ith them by agreeing to confer it upon Ne groes possessed' of a certain amount of pro perty, and who in consequence would be more deserving than those w ho were run aways and paupers. Hugh L. White vot ed that" Free Negroes indiscriminately should exercise this right. Mississippian Raleigh and Gaston Rail Road. In speaking of the incorporation of this com pany by our Legislature, the Petersburg Constellation says : "We are authorised to say, that the contemplated bridge over tho Lioanoke at tauten. will be forthwith com menced the Ifpil Road route from thence to Raleigh surveyed -and at least thiriy miles of it completed within the ensuing year!" . The Louisiana Sugar crop, is said to he about 70.000 hog&heads less this year than it was last leaving a cUrhinution of about 70 per cent.