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-. :.... "-: ' - . "Sit .a IV. -T 1 ' i- Ml ual Y,: a'irtai the. rru3'yry rW'the teJ&inirs of fesn&tive- body that-had tefiiaVa to fleaf subjectf? Grriot fbe 'spirit of English own wob; Jwid UCSSed at by t hom mh w 'jHBftcpft w:.fraM ;4n:Bt1y and cM fretf Americq. ir w agimrai m-w, wavy aet8,bat I .the wi-ofe MWirreat Britain Was aTrtiuaeda3eqe maih.'and ev ct slept not abated, im&rtfoe foul stain up otU he records her awstoiy. wusviped V For th act which we a tswbot to .tbmiaiH, herK. in derogation of te rights of one of our cilens, fTrece "dent, either in reat Britain or America ; and let no man, who, by .his vote, aanc JSm thia sct, speak in future in oHsappro KfwB f that, Aiff kanded measure that whiis so intlaJcen .place, in another bo- " detration of tlie most satri-d rg:hts :of thw tle ise. He st sncerelxvbt;lieved the ot tfcat the.tfpttae w4ia aooui. w cora- -fliit, w a1ly fepum(fto; the rights ilnt ruz-oBflv ,-Am mrttpf IvCT (in- f nyfcia;aW tecopcife Jt oHmseM' . :4llrncate'tiie thfltheT. fee'1jij:i iefeCb; iMh in England- aha America, were mL . Kith in En ind ana Amerrca. were in - 1k0f of the retej lattfutfe ftemf given : toAe -hearing Otthf! prayers Pi POQ.Prlrnfomerit or mental reservation, ' to re-1 iivi.uuv. iujvL.vu.. i. .-r . out iwo eeepfions, wuicu . "' arwl pobt'c resolve from whtch they were . British Parlia, aI which aftvards tnus mtfyfomm- andf if thev could be so -T net, as he had skow, with the signal dis- .drnjitrtJ , ey wbijld ndt be" sufficient to . ,ajprtiorioftlw fiaslvh nation. . As to Sll3tain thc charges therein contained ; tHe practice, then, eth bpdy. Ae Senate, , nd whreas fa Senate beinff the cori Ae Enish Pa4iaratf and the titfterent ..imnonai tribunal for the trial oFthe-Pr , Lt!?is1 aturea of ihe fa, the -ivlwle deat whori rg by the Hod. dfilep' weight of reeedenta was m lavottirrt-,ntfltiv R Unffi-i- iKlanr. tmr counsel to me Detiuoner. as ne natt asked. .tCirfbnffjtrweeA-. IConclusion-j&trvxek. EXPUAOLVG RESOLUTIONS. jr tx iiyu-c, a uiw. u. On tial-ffli February oL BitBfToiVlt.h?tPn,.e of the.Hs5 vtojation-jof ubmWthe foHowtng iVeamWe and - La ri9JZ ' solution, for e journals te.llV Glir's unconstuTtional of the Senate iaaalaaUh-BuiaV.' heard. . J r v r . i 1 Whereas, on ihe 26fh day of , Decern lr, ia the year t83S, bfe following He solve was moved in the Senate : Tfeat. hv ri;ssrnth! iate.SeciwoflXVaasiirv baSse h,d argumentative defence and priest of would not, contrary to his own sense of J ... . . . a. ' . . r ' . -r . 1 w...,i.i aaa... m.Xn. , uuiy, remove me money or lae United Sates in ief osite wifjithe Bank of the t?k.e State add its branches, iij ronior mity with the Preewiems opinion, and by appointing- his successor t eifix-t such re moval, which has been done, th Iteeident has asuaaed ihe exercieeoj a power oyer the Treasury of -the UnUtd States, not grant dv.him by Uie-consritution and laws, and tltfjiPiiiia'j -iftartie of the peoplej,' Which proposeeil? esol?e was altered AndcbahlTPd bV'trm'Saover thereof, cin the 5sSth day of March, in the year 1 83 4, so as to read aa'foloxrs'S . ' . 1 Resolve!, jThat in "taking Upon ninv Self the responsibility df removing the de posite ai the public money froth tne Bank of trfe UniiedbSitflea, a.Ptesident of the -a, . " . a f "ZT . TT --. k n. - -k. . c:--T V ra-Jal .-Jii" .. vnuea spates nfts assuineo tne exercise ot r--l. - -- A' . power oyer ine xreaso ry ot tne unuea CSaSlgga&l 22l! nle bf the mford? r tS.JII.Uiepie. - , Wide ) resolve changed and modified 3 . ii in si Tiipra nnm. tvtvs rnrintvr n rrron ao as to read in these word - i " Kesolvea, l nat the lata execiitivaycnroceedti therevenufe has aasuokfetru tnofky and power not sanTe n i':a-.a.S j-k.;T- J i:u;imuuiuu uu raws, u ut in In whtdh'iast "mentioned tesolveOa.vtfip sdme day mr -fc 2, S ' ' a 7 , , - - ment i oned . V as adonred b v the Senate, and bee a me iKe.act jttdgmapt ol.thrt body ; ipiif..j.tif tjwvmiimaupon .the jour - Hal thereof? i ' ; Atltl whoreas the said' resolve was irjfc fularTy, iUeajiiliy, ad.urlcoiistitutib 1 - . J . . I I.. Tn m m9 ft ka a 1 n a -a. ,1 Li f i - - At It r rioted Pf. tie J'j'.i iA-Lt- tzi.-a rights df , defence which beloji to yery cwizen, ana 1 a sooversron. 01 metunaamen tal pri.icipfes of law and justice ; because Jeaidesit Jwcksri Wai. tnejreby. adjudged arid prononoed to le guilty of an impeach' able otTence, and a - stigma piaced : upon ' hi nr as a: violator of his oath of office, and ; j th lvrs'id c o ast it ut i o n toftjc h he was ; orniorrve', protect, . .dbd deend, without going through the forms of ati' im vnrachafn af4vWUtTaUowing to him ie yi uein. ui a iMHnn -tuc-iiieaiis 01 ue - " W . r I Ami wrhirtoaslhrt-anid l4bif fjapifl jjf ifljy S tmfpundbd . ami eTronepus in point or ract, . a a tne re fore, unjit and.;orrghte6ys., ja well.as irregular ; because the said fireside ntlftckson.ne-ither in thp art of dismissing IVk. Dua tie,noHn the appoint- SSa'l tmkOea. Gained -JJT . TmZrw'x7mT-Zt'i" icommanaeo oy uantams Williams Par ' SSL T t "stT, Horn, an Lieut Tone ?omranv -lormsff rhe resolve, not m tahm nnnn'r. n ' .Dne .comran) ' v; -tft.-r&AhirAZAf ktZ'iZ S dftWiSMsiW l- wv?,5r,n of ibe sam tesmvA hor tn anv act which Lk. iiiL' " JT. " 'a 1 l . c' J ..j.J-i fi?c'fied "flde tne va-jtoirambieuoux ma tit tne genera itflciiltioB contajnvd in the third i ! a r'i.'i . . -.it. . . . '.. . .- it ; comm u .atiy act m violation o in-deroga-' iu r fka u'v,. ;mi .ai-iar-i. " i' - .if- !.V a. KiTai auu WUUMUUUUIJ, OF U3n- todu to the liberaes of the noonle. p tIlWHfcl of rtfe people. raan whwi resolve, as adAnt ei i3 nniwimin OUS (ahniy,. 1 .rir?t.a; -r a -fv lug bin a.f MthariiB attf inid coostitu- powr and eproceecTigs, eniip. :mlintkf Knpci f" tsrhat Aaact tK PC.i,' I-- - J a 'an. V ' a a; w teedinga, or -arha' paf the- public reve , was iatended'to referred to, of . TSrtiftt tt8 oa Hl-rs andr constitntion in what aiiaamtuma . ..a-. ingnwn aoee and asat -Jj rJj i: -. , tHe laws Uan, aaa irk roktiaii n tftA nuHlc rau hhaT.w ft.rrL7?r?n -Jw hl:hU: VZn tttel&Z 5?' iTherebi' puttioaf eaci Senator $fberty w7i?tiy yote in iavor w nrt cpirit reason o thegrounii nf the Serutse's.Tncigment to WJ4 Jii;iV ' - - j t . . j . j .--.- , iv. " "O ! ' ' I . i- k ! ' i I V r -1- . m areu4ar -fHrstanaiBi rro.:f rrrsgs Jj . (Vnfr... t !i ro nf i.isrirft. aR3 U;ooftheie and to have that tor the tooiHWia.ry m . - ! l. ' ' i ceedtmr :to rbe Jfifeat prejudice ot cused, wno coma not itaow ssnM ww to defettd himself; and to ibe.lbss,of..5e ..,r ir.nnnclKl Jttr hir ChIB flmfl1 rvfnl tors from public accountabtjrbr maw- . . -: II. in or 11 n n indtrtrlent unon fnras w th nblir. cannot know, and wntcrv U ff . 1 ... . o:.:..kl. j known, mignt prove o oe ihsuukiciii. V.... vv ii. . i. va 1 I T - 'ia k '. . a ......1 . tflve, having bee, object to In, Rebate and shown to be insuntcient tostaip, fhej to al the torms w fegai anjoQiai.W;i.ww; Jv" .wrV- T charcres ihev WiJi'e adduced to upportvand,hostire Indians LI fwwiy wiiu iii c.v ii !- BjjfjK- "ffi " rr ' -C ...1.,.!.. . C.rti. n (Vnneaiiunn f: toLa;olJloand.beijf - and" beore any Cote tatken tirererion, the anjtf a'pecitica- 1 w" . r - . . - ' & I n j.rt' (LiKiie acuatc: iu tuihxuuvnvv ; Lsu ,;oltion.and beliei; and beore any 0uWrtot aterAvardslie '"admiu by Checked them. ' OeneratClincfr lfce fr .r D.iJi'.mpn'ii; r&vtW rtr hvlmpJ an nroeoprx to eanan.1'- ! i p.j.'omo.ii.uM- v -r a7 wnoiple df leml implication,' secret! , i u.. vii j nmia a ii u cantnae a nan oi n;v written lj il. .:.. u 3ffi' !fio4i -nUw .mU' .mw . . 1 J J .' --. . , preferred v tne House, was a breach of a s" EkmiiirrienfJnn nr n rrniifti-n trftin mirrlit f Juoicaon 01 a cm k&,V?fm? heQ t5 l 7 k - !. ' " va ay j v. t a a a w . he Senate, and a dis- qualification ol tnat hodv tn nerform its constitmional duty with, fairness and im-! cartialitv. if the President 5hoalJ: tfiereaf- terbe regularly impenehed&y the House ot Kepresentatives mr taa si me ottence : na wnereas tne temperate, Tespecuui, And whereas the temperate, respfH'Uu', rfJHMl. rresuient against tne atoresaid pro - . r ceedings of the Senate, was rejected and renulsed by that body, and was voted to be a breach of its privileges, and was not permuted to be entered on its journal, or printed amonnr its documents, while all memorials, petitions, resolves, and remon strances aeainst the President, however violent or unfounded, and calculated to in flame the people against, him, were duly and honorable received, encomiastically commented unon in sneeehps. rparl :i thr tabl-K ordered to be printed with the lo tig list or names attach , d, referred to the Ff nance Committee for considrratinn riifi iiway among the public acnivc bnd-niw-t constitute a part ol tne. .public- documents of the Senate, to be handed down to the latest posterity : ". And -whereas the said resolve was in v-y; . . "T- TV . troduced. debated, and anntrd l.i limp . . v , ",""r'i:,d ?-P-.--? the . Banlc o? .d k led i,. sold one of .henk tne Jn-ied States tn the partcidal attempt LAakifc Ka :.V;..: u u: H "T '":'l'" uwnuig iu; ;nroduee a rrante. and tm-.inri m tli. J maMa thb SWr : .h. rr Pe m President Jackson-to paralyse his Saboul a foot -W- W dollars were gtv-j tUHenion inn return ol Mr. . i.. "j aikiSinatMiUwi .u. en fnr a biaenit. and th -.imp -fnr rinnrf tiarton recommenainff the eltcliisinri of - j - - x-. .... i ..v, ishould.never ecru fin, huu ved, debated, . . j or adopteu' by the Senate, or admitted to 1 . . aa. a. :en recei entry upon it jourflal : Wherefore, Kt&oved, That the said resolve be ex punged from the journal : and for that 4 Senate, at such time as the Senate may aimoint. srmll bring the manuscript journal of the session 1833-4, into the Senate; and. in presence of the Senate, draw -black lines "?"" .'a'-" "-V ' . rcuno tne sara resolve, and- write across theface thereof, in strong letters, the fol lowing words: - ".Expunged ordef. nf the Senate, thh dav of - the itdr p our Lord, 183G. . NEWS FROM ravoiaitAk In tte Jacksonville (:f ldrida)ourier of the . . - aa .a iviJUH I VWU1 C Ul HIT Sl' to bankrupt the State Banksruin their;,. corn- VVe forbear to mention many lrench vessels from our ports, was refcei- r himserta-irrcy-fill lhno1e Union with ter-tner snowrtg What hunr w.ll j J - rrf "Wfbkiror an(1 distress; and thereby to extort pmpei one to no, Wlnen are related 0ru"''""'"7ut 7 mts r rncu- mnusier E3L3 . n r from the sufferings anil jrlnrmf if,.. 1 these pa'riotic men. thus surrounded and ,n .?jODaon by i clegtaph. . ropuoo oi, , - -o t-? J"-., UaaUC t- - '. The Nw o-iiiJ ..Kle iAh.U .'- ? jpie mo restoration oi rie -denosi'.es and, '"a a anv;,s wn-utiut-s-jv ; i ei ,7, . - ..: '-" Un a-il-the renewal ot its. charter: mere was periect BUOOTOmattnn, apt every T , "f: r y1"" ne reiiec- rm me saio .a-ai .t .. . ., man vi- r-omni ,i,l. tion. that ad iurther dlniifp vrttil(l lw citri. and vear list I wuereas me saiu resolve is ot ev.tj-' 7 t f 57...- , ,f, , . .3 rLTJr 7 r.vnrlr. -I -1 j J II I IT V. I r f A fichlin vr, imloviro chom n IV III vlltr u UV UIC avtlivai OT f lane . have b v 1 M WSffi5 ii-polfoi NewOrleani PCTIKl Speech, by a ty df I4ft9 iwfpuBded ,mtadltereiiiectai,... - W " n,i-; ai J . I " .i3:11. SL . M rJn ant aad Interesting extractait - - -The; force which wient to-the relief of j- "-"muiouM, ui jrtJIl.j""5' io iij, KIl'iKeU OUT TOO 01 nlS Glinch, consisted of .four .companies ofiteetb, but its force being nearly spent, it mounted volunteers frnm AlnK ll'l rmS.m an 4 a. 1 A l K 1 tYl rn AlVftln aa, atVafaaaaaa mounted votuhteera from Alachua county K v wamon county, under Cant. Mar- T,6 ?mond Blues, about seventy several days, is inexplicable friendly Indians, and somo regulars, in all have taken all bv r,;r; ,kxn o r ""u;wvl an ov surprise. abdut seven, hundred men. Verbal re ports !tste;ttlat tbB tndians VStoS, UbArt rf lfirl " . - , ; ft . Hfo& thi fnr. o. llLk' fwe u arrival tfifepnla Kaa3l .trnlE ""V - "rCTSlworf, under liore ms arr,ivair-f9seola sept a negro to the nretence of Rnrmnitt nlur. nt Clan, floinpd ,;,,;' i ! I I US? ?IjP e8W. an ter-; ii - Ti " j view, and Dromisino- to ston L-t!tTnor wKiia .....i ' t w. , Tr;r: ..liiffiriW felUtivea and ftiendsof the writer- rterpreted Mffflind wisM to go by; land. Others tat-h J, tA, th nrilel would not oromtee to ro at all, but tttu 1 i i . I -.1 1 1 on the otner sMW orine rrtmra . yi v '.ill V..l,..n ikon ami th) W'hlfPS TlfMl tne.ac-taiwruBsioB -was ilc""Fltu 'J "J,B 'v" -v"p. ' FOB MVII .alumni - Wsedla tlmtpd how they.cicou-im- VI&II1IIS. 4 WrV tU U 1J i ill U1CV I. -r-- ilmtr kaH rial' n n tra. X Tl l v lum nun iuuj . . they woulH come ove the rive, he woW ve them two beeves and a bottle of bftth- "juy AsOen. Clinch approached, the frru IV Indians, uisco.vtsriu uoiuu Muutgw anout tnree nu nil reu yuiua w toiup C:,inoa ffucnrf tnn irafinn UNlfrh rinrt (Jalinrti. raised the WflOOD. W was immeaSafeijr followed-by Kj'ftom ir. iVM.ni Y td it In mVP1 ill f T7 K ' I TOITI ff k 'Il il lC tl.t The num jmmdiatei l-ne.i-ndiai -X" " i- c . I CHi-ill Irp'l'llllfy Willi theUl v.ui- ..u i.ni, - .-- thosv in, pursuM could nr heeftraiped , rw -a v k - m ' - . . 1 i-iiif iim .'tii nr "tronrir T-rfrjii v. - snnn - -- ... r The following extract of a letter, written after their arrival, tontains'lwme- mtret 111 uiiimhjij Jcrrf Qiffr?eri Vamp Izar' Florida,.' i On the tVtthfaroecJfZe. warm oth. at rugit) ) " We 'arrived at this post'on- the evenv insr of the 6th, nod round Oen. Gaines' army, in a state of starvation eating hor sed doffs. &c. Less than a eili of corn was : issued for a dav s rations W- brought but a small q(1ahtity of provisions ff 5 UW iSf I kin arid A i r uilL .ka.o k.a!?r conference with nun. with- us men n camp who re not hungry at'thiSL. k...,w. w;- time. -We-found plentv fresh IndianstgiwlL t Vb miles above -this on the river. and Ith some of us wanted to pursue it but- the'Pj? h? , paj'pation in the mat General directed oihrTwise. When We came in sight bl the camp, the spy guard repotted Indians (o00 m battle array.-r . w " :- rn . Te War whoop Commenced, and afl who in-diu it vAfi-.-uic-ii, .ihu, a ucncvtj, icrrr pre pared!, Tjpidy, and willing fet it; t was at the bead ot Gaol's. Martin and Carters contpanies, th-e left fjartlr," whe;i wediscov a - 1 4 ' a. k . ere a a consHtevabiebodv or Indians joaou r oi innians naour i u . i. I me,) thevin'stnnt'v fled into t!e hammock i : it Is said we killed one and Wounded two; ' today the spot has been visited, and a'con- 1 a 1 - .'M f - i - siderable quantity of hides, some rice, &c k .i k i . were found, so I giiesstbey left in a hiirry. tnev ten in a nnrrv. ; They have had Gn. Gaines Comnietelv! surroun.led for several days previous to! left. We crossed up fl little, faced to ttleiw,w '" irT u,u r mm'"y 10 Tm a left and gave them n fire two fyrut4taVe,1"r in$i bed it (and one of the balls struck near'?058 to, ?c.cel)t of any Position iu such cab- nays prcv day before without much execution on rther side. ; , ' r. Fearino; the attack of Gen. 'Clinr:ri, tnO ." af " If - . i A m a aa oinccrs in convcrsanbh vtii -cw.Tkirv art vt seJbimto retire intcflho hammock. vh ih. our arrival ; thVy had fdtiffht him all theihaYe lvn .ffneral satisfaction, and produ- "PlSlil -- . i 4l41llftMVVAI ft V ill ili x. went to the cam p. " - 1 """J g;uinmmu'. -ivTjrsoirry reacMng the camp, Geth iCHgctl ir . , . -its inmates in great distress They LJ lzoi 18 sPoIien of as Pesi( literally in a state of starvation;--Cniher of Deptuies the Du! 111 . 1 a a a 4 vtia Ate A mKiftoonVlte 4 T A UU V "lll IV lll LMUI - - i. . . i On found were They had killed and eaten several horse! One soldier having stolen a I UV e ,"a"- r or inis net oi stealing, , fin 1 ncr. or s.- lino- n' nil Airaih- , -id - - -j - - U af-. Zi I Z ' eclved a severe floegmg. One man gave sx dollars for a nje of horse's entails , , . . . . . . - . - . t ( i'y distributed their buiscu'ts and COtn, Tc- ' or. r-. iHk aan K 1 -T. i -s - ji ' f...-iM r .1 t T. : .a ovi vi hh iwiit ;r inenisei vps. jx was at- " tjt f"j " nim.'iii5. at feeding to witness the greediness and tliartki!Was eatatewl bythe joufrmls that this fulmss With which they received 6 whole vowal C0J"d not nae reaclved Washing- or a nnu oiscu it rnom tneir deliverers. IU" V1,C" appeareu. i ne On the evening of thc day On which peks, rhih. had slightly givn n&& their interview was interrupted by the Coverrd tjtiickly. rival of Geh. Clinch, Oseola sent word to' The trial of lesehi'anr his fellow pri Gcn. Gaines, that if he would send away Sorters Wds still in progress. hc general thc horsemen, Al htla militia,) they impression was that "Fieschi, Pepin and would, come and surrender their arms r'Morey, would bo found guilty and eon We know not wheihev from suspicion br demned to death ; that fiofreah .would be otherwise the horsemen wer -not sent let off with' some mmot puiVisliment, and ava'y. After waiting three days to hear that Beschet would be acquitted. Adrtii more of Oseola, and not having provisions tal Mackau had not yet sailed from 0rest. toremain longer, Grn. Gaines returned; The intelligence of chief importance to Fort Drone, at which place Oseola was from England, WdS the triumph of minis tp have met him,. Monday; or Tuesday last, ters over the opposition, tfefeatin th ft tl rtl rn k-a I-i a ra. i. L. - w BE! aft t. . . - f see. . Ijurino' aflmp of tkfe rn rrvrcrr-i4nw , . o . - -, - - -. . .'k-HgviiniH9, ne received a ft&aiT. i.aa.4 ' . . i mm mmn ui aa 14 V ill t ll'Cl I lij U I JT. This movement or Oseola in requesting an interview, when Gen. Gaines had been entirely surrounded bv his fo!lnara fnr entirelv snrrmmdorl k y and soehiB to ...... mMT4 -. I .- . I - " ".1.11.1 ) . wv niii ririi- it vviiyihdr it Ttto on muiicc ucviseu on learning Of the - r.n .,. irimuiwurem, w jTiwe tune to make a safe retreat ;vdr. a slraiagem, by WI1H.U, uuri Hiiroaucinff nve inw, i. ias within the. -breastwork, ; under the , , tT "o HW HriHS, intended to make an attack with his n he "I.VUU1.U av mane ;i ilUUCK Wttlt his irtllfi fa - - majn !.1 . . .i. uu, lafti-iijif auvaniase or. hjwfiT-i muchredit ia-a-:-, il .iJrr U tiaJrrfjr -: ,n W- aiwmmmoiictamto 'a rnui iw ic if rail- not 1. ---.--Ti - -v-v, . .... ... i- - . upon wferc h thk r tf ; 4 i:" : - - - VROM EUROPE M : nyiw prigr xsaac vmson, irom i- elte in France, and the sKp Vinian from iverpooJ, both arrived at Wew Ymk theN. Y. Times has received Liverpool ujiuriinB. jcib w uc i wijj ' v .- . nf . - - ' 1 reMion df'fhe entire Frenci Ministry," I L 1 f t I 1 .1 V-i U iJtviu . f auaed "by tbefr. defeat in the Cambers on, a quesfitfa a'rSiing during.t&e. Sli.cussion j of the WMftMttjqt' reducing the i- ive, ier VcRl DlinVK. .7 A lit: UISCUHMUII OlllUptWU j, (iU,. jftkV .rno suW.-I 1 . r n t. v t rl. ' o r rl t . I ... 1 . . 1 Si . i . . k' ' imiikiaAVa alnn u TijCiB)rri iV r ha v tlwk fliiaiimaiai Htt aiiiifiifittfi "Hitmnt rnmmittr'r - tifnrf "nfla-i yi.; 1 . naiorjty 2, on whiten r;W -Ministers UUIUUI It iuv uk , . 2 ua mt mm taeir rcsignanons wi tner nanus or At fifBt'e g.iBff. which were accented. r On the , f ' ' a. ... .i s tha hanbe fep it Jiiv. the lihamher remraeri" rts vote i - i ,i - . . to fe0t of discussing the naeoiure of re - ijactldnno - - fange? ry. a bate majority two, bat bv one of forty or fifty. Mr. Uu- v a . ' x' V - - yi tvno SftiimrnnnnH imwiMliaMtit -ftni" t vii w.. ...... v. .in uwmivi j iu , Vi k . ! . "'a. ' . A. : me iaiace,-witn a view to tne lor.matton rif a nRw m'mistrv. fttliftr r founts :tntf Jill a - v - ... a j -' aaa w a a V w " a w w a,iM VV that the King first enifeavofed to prorure the assistance of M. rTutnarrn to form a cabiuel, ashe was. thfc ostensible soi rtt of aissoltition ; but aftct many excuses he positively declined. ft,, " - Am. ..wa aV U Iliv 4a 1 t I - V ' J . a . , i. a a a a a' . la Count MorVtahvet, whoftad On the Htb. Tr.'.-'S " " 1 - " .. J . B Vfvb ot canev seenVed dis- fl by -thft rCinrr r rnrifor rr terv- tie did not feel Inclined to come in with any ministry of which M. Dupin should makn a part. . . Most of Ihfc rnemnets ol Pt-rs also n& tiiised to associate with a cabinet in whicb M. Mip;n, Passv and Sauzet. W ill ivun-u iete to br - ttie principal tngrediente. . - -z c c a a a .. B V. ft. . - . a . I a a a i 'nc wnich he might assign to. them P o the 15th, tlo ministry .'.had been formed, the duties of the Severn offices be tnf ii f 19 Mi - JIM lllC.i 1- y-l 'k.a ft la A4ai Km la aa." ing'dvZ interim discharrrt d 'v their late in'. ik v k, - . cumnents. :c.fo,,ow?nff Iist r Persons who would ProDah'y enter into the Cabinet seems to w . a r mr " ced a slight advance at the Bourse. Feb . M. Thiers, Foreign Affiirs. Montttli feet.' Interior. Du nin. Justice - - lSrir.htpl 'finances. Sauzet, Public Instruction " H a ; , rlent of the Dukte of Bro "e ns Ambassador to London, in place V-nasiiani, wire- would go to- ipies-- .f. f? y It IS Said If Pa; she was satisfied with the Annual Mm !l mi l,ftM wrlilttt lion tin t vn?ll4nn. T. l drcs in abswer tn - . -aa trt .ClillM.)lw fntlnii t.j 31-'Vl"' by a majority of 70 to 63.- it is expected .1 . l. . in - i . ... r.. f T anvwiai laiM. tnai ne win gam a Cdnslderdblc addition ol strertgtn by the new elecltons, and is, at present engaged afresh in brtraniarng the ministry. The. usual contradictory statements prevail with respect to the s1 l t: u i f rnnipcr tn h ,.( .. 1 . -. . . - . i ..vsi. m mc IIUUUCIII L) I U vm;es. afc. JirhahSas.U IS said that a p6tipn of the inhabitants of Arkansas, are taking measures to separare themselves from tbel 'l?errftory, and of the TTnited States. ml . ' -i - 1 ssv is a minister Algiers will be -abandoned. Intelligence of the President's Special to unite themselves wi.h Texas, vlfWS l Sflwt and fojrci, so.the persons who have engiiged tnthis ffiigf' thefollnwing persons wjare tn-.mvisuu course and ther vi live to r- pent . " J TrmmWB 5,-1,ur8ff' n. thatcny . - m w.ere 1? m1 the imki safe' unittiir- tfcsaWjU$n thefeof should bS s38J ne iron safe! tarrf .s. k - j...'1-ir: I ra this case available. "t ? - ss-q-. n us wa the town iff- eld in tl TCtSg - : aih !Lot anrcOnTer WBD a eoni-entron of -delef aterfthit Dutilil ' hmVmjuT: T 1 Kctoc for from the counties fqmW SSSSSSSS. S?P-I,I district, at Simms' in Nash county, -on the 7ab May Viext : Wen,, on. Thiotion made rr3p j'. r uiiams, rsq. was caitea 6. the xhoir onI Hant T? m 7 7.' 1 appointed Secretary. Tiie chairman crave ' a r-rtn3tn;ni-) ah1 ' , : , . natfon of the object of the meeting;: an d at ttre instance of Col. Joseph J. Maclin.o committee di lire person was appointed to jvcwiuuvho CApicSBIVC Ui me ODieCt Oj . . r - . T ' 1 ... . . . v T4lM mppllflfr U )puninA. ih U.-- - i .. 'H.V . .. . f mTm .. . " . ? - - 1 . v mv ivv a I v 11 I a I J i U.Sfifl Tl 1 time, repotted" the fdHoWing- resolutions j wnicn wej? upanirrrousiy adopt ed : Unsolved. That we llnomidajioa of NartiA Van $Hren as Presi-deAt-a 'ind mttiard M. Johnston its. Vi Pr,. rf ftfie TJnitetates. as sgfamittat iWrt. aa; f last ; and that recommend th- 1 - ' 2 -. 1 -vi fnonilOatlOns tA the neonlp al.lairro said I. i . a' I " '"'bci nuii Mtri Hrttf ta-rtYiVno,if i ;-w,k.- , i lady t our felTow-ciljiei'isof the county of Frauk- -;ed,That Dr. Thomaa Wi-,,fdeon nieioeph J ATacVliu, William P. Wiuiarris. ami Dr. Sam 1 R ; Hay wood , be . appo! nted dele- gaici to met i. u i oimros' in JXarti County, on the l --m oi -asy mx, to confer- with the delegate from Halitftx, Warren, and Nash to select a sbj tabre person as a candidate for elector for thil di trijftt.. . - R.erolvedl iartVifcr, That inasmucti as we have confidence in.lhe Kepilblitan principles, integri ty and abilities 'of Richard D. Spaigttt, the ,p re sant Governor tf NoTrli Carolina, we recommend bun to the cit&ens of tliis tqnty to be voted for as Governor t thv n'eir t fetectron. . -.; Resol ved, JhatJn the Vit of any orie of the delegates not beiVifc abtc to Attstid, he rhay name sornfeurrtle pefsoh to act in hi piare, or a ma jority of delegates mar fill All vacancies. On motion of Cot. Maclin,. the 'thanks of the meeting were tendered to tn CbaiTWan and Be- rrptaru fnr ika imavi aaJ -V: :tz i . iMiaraiiiai Bu (lllliuru MIUDUCr r n bichthe meeting was conducted. And for- 1 1 UAH a fiV RsovieJ-, Thai the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the Chairman and Seerelary, and fitwaFdedw the Editor of ihe North Carorina Standard Br . publieatfoh in his' papery and jhat all other Eiitort friendly to the cause, be like wise requested republish it. - On motion, the meeting adjourned; WILLIAM P. WILLIAMS, Chattmain. Ebwa0 T. Fowlkes, Secretary. '. " a Ti . toR -rae sTiwniair. UEANFILLE COUNTY. At a respectable meeting of the people oft the south side of Tar river, held at TVtfton, on Saturday, the 12th of March, arrepahl 2 aawaja rrpn ftttt- ifdaqf, Esq. Was appointed Ghairmnn and Mr. Nathaniel E. Canrtadav and WiK II: r iir.-'u. . . -. .' Ham E Wyche, Were aBnointedeerji wcs. The meeting Was addressed by K jaik iitwciwi x nomas I . uooite. lisqrs : rm ilieromnqwrny KsolntlTO, 'Jii8sjip uy ttie ioc;irer A'ere unanimously adoptedt , Whexeas,'the right peaceably to assemble together and consult for the ct)mtnoh good, is one secured to us by the Constituvroiij And whereas, the people themselves, or by their tepresentativrs have the right to elect all their ptiblic officers: Anrfw a portion ol the Citizens of Granville, having met to make arrangements for the election. ot the two highest offices of our Govern ment, (that election being highly import- aiii hl ;n i nir nonii.n .-. - . . i. .- time of high poliMcnl excitement feel it to 1 SI aa. " oe our indispensable duty rt select from our distinguished politicians rnnli nrfBatai. oi l-resioent and V ice President, the most competent, honest and faithful M.'Knoo vv-. . r t- .i . - was .... , ,.r i it . ' y- Iitlcal life shall prove hevnnfl rtomr.- -a -.a - . a ""T vl iiwuovia"- fra-.M I-i . a a L. Sk . m9. a . - nun mai iuey are nenuruipan. frm llection r Resolvedi thefefoe. That Htb : - m ' - v.v.uiit llUIIi- tnate aticl aonoint twn n itn,.A ,1, . a. . -. vaw vie nr v ;ii rj;s meel : the delegates from the counties composinc this Electtiral District at Rojcbiirouirli, Person cotinty, tin Tuesday of Marth Court ; and that sard mefetiriir select a. randwiitf,,. vi .u ia i . . . j. UIG1.IUI, who will pledge himself to support Martin Van bv ciur rrcsiueuii anu a. M. Johnson for Vice f reside nt. Wherewobni tVvutt ritinarti i? .. di . , a- ' . V . jWS anu Eil- kanah Lyon were appointed. Resolved, further: That plan of a General Convention for the nominal tion of candidates for these important offices. Ana. wnereaSi under the amended con stitution, the election of ttnvrnr r1abrJ.a - - -a uwmwmw m a.v V farm V ft. ftj on the people I we therefore Tfcmnmrihil - m a waaaa.aa VUVI tV the Republicans of Granyiiie; to he snp porreo at tne nest Election, his Excellen cy It. D. SpaighL whose iv hnlfa rtlitiooi life has accorded with the principles of the Renublican tmrta ; ResoivU thauhb foregoing be signed by WiVL E. WYCHE, I Seentcw. V i It HANOY&R. COUNT? .i.11,. !ar and respectable meet mgof the citizens of New Hanover coun ty, friendly to the election of Uttrlin Vtin 'rg as President, and fochrtd M. Johnsttn, as Vice Prefcid..nt. bll ir th town of Wilmington on Tuesdav tbe 15ih "aup:i 1 25S.gffi!Mrj and S&g Montague, J?mf' apted as ec'ys, 7g? object of the; meeting bciDg. made met OIli.L ! ir- ji - "...a ,i . - - - """.v iu uittii resolutions ,rUMwiye .01 tne v(ews and feelings of the - meeting ;: Owen Holmes iJL H. Mar sterierj and WilKam.gr Ashe Esd'rs, The .L ... "V"" - iccmiys rommittee retired and m a short tTm Ispnlprt in t L MaUaaT it- . M ' i- - .! tiEciutftr ia .10 1 10 Wing frSO-l w vro -unauimously adopted; i entertain entire rJontiWttai;' Mminulrahni, T J al GornmerJt, and rnl' Amm.ZJTCL a:.-. . - - ' .. ...u.i nbit.ii if iii.a r. .,;.!' rh i,a,u. jTVIT. " 1 aa ma ka. I r '1 a . . a aft ' mcraiir ' Rem.Kl -v..: Kit in'SJli 71a'3' S . . . . m' v,y" v iiico - vptrv-1 irrme unre.i-tates,as sabtnimn. by the national BtoJved; Thit the Proeeediiwir if ihi-"-.. af cobvewron assembled at Bahlmoi-e in Mav frhs tSeVeiHiW last ; and that we recommend the ZLr nU Secrmrie,, !? Tbfch we liv rl i. n uux Ffefch we liKe.and ntosm-r thprfrt Terete Beared, That.; vfth our republican rc-WM -ineni i,-j anita Resolved, That James T7 Miller Evan "L ' kin H McMillan, Janies Kerr and Charli. Montaeue. esor s. ronstitmp the mwi ii ReiQliTed, rhatma'acciHitioaprelerTeaaS: arfioniti -hrfalse and nfcuiid!d. 8 . fieov-d, That havrog the utinost confideBrtl in .the megrky. patriotism; air indepeadtnee of I in bis devoiixJi. to those principles which iom ,2 ky stone of ihe republican party, and also in the hearty support aJayfivea by him tooi venerable: Presicheot Andrew Jackson, we ,,' pleasure Ja vietdin to him 'o'nr cordial supnort aodreswctfullv retfom cftizens-as a soitableJeatididatefor ibeir siuTraeea ResoTwd, That a committee of Vigilance be appointe.1, ih each captain's District throuehout the aanv 5 ut ,lWe are obliged to;omit the dommittce lor wajft 6f,ro6Vh.3l "':! Mil. motion of Owen Holmes, esd ana mroiisiied n ih Heigb Standlrd, and bU jplher republican papers C.,a . - -. . ..- . ... , ... -Jona S. Jajissj' ajcr.j iMnactl A greeably . to previous - notice. aV l.itHa and respectable meeting of the ' people of Orange county friendly tf the election of tne won. iwartm Van Bnrfpas Preaidei,tk and LOl. K. M.-: Johnson of. :Kentueky as Vice President; was heid in the. Courl House at iWlslQii;h? on Tuesday ife ioth-tnst. . i.f - . - . .. -On mottoh. of feppjamin rjurdle, esq. Cr4v John ftackara as appointed . chair man, who nirenVrlitYA-lv tm.L- thu hiuail . -- . - vav'aj 1 1 1 . . v .... 1 i UliU briefly explatne4the" object of the meeiim?. On motion, Mr. Charles C. Smith and Benjamin. Hurdle, esq. were appointed. se cretaries. The following resnliitfens Were Swhtnit tei;tp je Meeting. fey Jaines William son, esq adpirnpanted with a short ad d ressoh the propriety of their adoption Besoiyed, .That wech'eerTutly co-operate aiih Our politioal trienda in ditferent parta of the state I in the efforts which they are making to ensure I the sittcessof the demorriHic. repubiicau-tu-ket I forFreaidvnt and Vice President of the United ' llesol'vetf. ThAt.W havp tindiminished hHhfi- dence in the patrititism, integrity, and aound pd hi teal principles pf General Jackson that he haa aHminialrrcl ftha mvornmrnt afrnrilino ia the true airtrf the conSthutioD ; and tharilh a t -J ' . B . , a . isuonnavc bwu crowneu wno results tee most anptcioa for the-. permanptiCy bf our tjniin at)tt S'PV and greatness of our common Cfnlr'tf ." laoora-nave seen crowned witn results tne most npSOWed. Tht wa rtkifiarri Martin Vnn Kikl-kn - - J aaa a aa . a vakM a w" ' ' I ft. aa of NeW York as a tiian of the MpVifm pi n rip nf peci emineiriiv quauneil to discharge the diitirt of President of the -United States, and pledged tb cairy Out'ttlf- jirae principles upon w hi. h the eovernm'eot-: has been- administered aiftce ibe eiectten ef-Genetal J JcksoM, and that We will cc diady.sup.pQrt his nomination o that high offire. lte?tijyed, sThat we will aupport Richard M. Johnieoh lor Vice President bf the United Slates. ' Resolved. That Ottr pnverhmeni ia f,in,.,t in i spirit of harmony aod comprornise, and that wedepree&te e-very attempt to-ecte and e.t asperate tjsectionaf jealousies and prejudices of i-he Souih ajrainst ihe Aoithin choosing an indi vidual to preside over the destinies of fhis na tibn : and that to adopt and act upon the priiici pie -that we. will hot 6te for a nan becous-e ' h is not one of ? because he .hprCvS to be bom north of Mason's anil Di vnn's liiu aiiiil . m , - - a i i - , ft. r ltil.llV,k J u jealpua. llhbteral and selfish spirit t that it wrn d uBiremnisvar oretnren ai tne north not as citi zens and friends but as aliens and enemies, and girvjng thina distinctly io understand that our feelings are ripe Jbr a division bf the Union. He-sdlved, That it is with pain atfd mortifica tion lliat we behold the manfaer in which Hush Is. WhiJe has suffered himself to become the dtfpend instrument of men nhe-e political principles are direeilv ooikm n innr aJL u ka , j r r - -- i iivt ivuiwu uv has always prolsed to adfbtaKe. Resolved. Thht RirhnrH TVnKl-c. C tn his experience m publVe life, fmtn .his ability a statesma, anil frotp his unwavering devotion to the Republican nrinciulria: t i,.v,iv. i.. i,n0 always been ajhached. presents ihe .irongest claim for the aunport of )he friends of the pre sent administration for the office of Governor (4 thrs sta, and that we will endeavour to pro mote his election. The restftlininaia hnvina- kata J '' - m k . . r & 'u, were vnt.nr ntcaslif adopted by. tbe meeting xnr. wiiitaufsbh then again addressed i!e meeting, ami was followed by Nathaniel J Pa mer, eq: , r - ; . Of. tirid than Allkavsttto.l S . i . iiiir auruiiiitu m to the BaeeUn?-by the chairtbin, which was mm I .1.l,r',f .ln'r.l..1 . Resolved. Thui idenli y ihenafne oj the Hon Martin Van Bit- -?;Btabtllitlnisia of the north : that t view the Charce not o'nlv iJtUa ..r,..i t tbu tniendedto have effect in: the next Presiden- uai e.ecuon, and be used as an instrument to PrOStrate the. Rctlhblirrrn tirlnpihlck Kl1 on J dear by the American people-, sound and demo- I erfttlras they are ; W see With surprise the nvt I furious efforts of ihe jopptaatiob, the met inj- v nobs arts of statesmen ebneenfraied and applied 1 7J-r uw ui still Kepub. ican -a principles "yead we hope wilUive, to crle- 1 brate the funeraJ of ihoae who haV-e plotted ibeir j On motion of jVBeph A,Hson ,i Resolved, Tbat the proceeding trf tbm meeung 5 Jtog b? thfr chairman and secretaries, and bobharted in the Hiihbb-owgh Recorder, North Carolina Standard, and Milton Spectator. Oa motion the meeting then adjourned. -j-lfflaW T0CT4RD, Crteimiw CHaanF-C. Smith, J . a-iAMi.vlIyiuiltBf Secretaries. Jn accbrffance with One of thetesolntioni pas fed at the meet n the fi.li"; - u' , ... - -.. -oi ..vivaiiia UCIUIIS IlOU ZiJFfi&'f't- U deiegaies M Rmc Cohventtea, to nominate a candid ixtf-2l?vi - mat toa made by the meet- arar Joaepn aibapn, Mr Allen Parks, WiHmaoo Parish, eso fSi UWe. J12sflsj H Pftrgle-aafl, ej. an- aU chsed.-Bth houses of the WPlfS passed two h tindred and ft iihi k 1. iiunttrea ana nine days. Compiler. i