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." , .-T. -~' t q, y a d 0 llese to red a r trnt r laWdies ~ei-bt iS'Cfttlimslves 'rnlthorn - ~Iand-better still,abecau'sethey~can take an old4 -prad. manufactut-e a fair article out or it. Success to the Backet Once it young .meni -ota "no" put down' on their sof .Iqqoti , a.. , ~tbq woe said to be e'saked ":butL now te irl take all tie sacks to themeives.'> VIRGINIA GOI.D.-Mr. Heiss, -forrniv 6fthe'Washinmgton. Union, has formed a noaag'consisting of Commnodore Stock. 4 , M.Dierand others, for the'ipurposeo "of ivtrking a'gold mine, near Fredericks. . "bdrg,in Spotaylvania County, Vs. The - rpery saspurchased, a'short time age. !,CMr.'Heiss;who lies since associated t tieohrmembers of the firm in the en teri~rse.' Several thousand dolters'have ~1reidy'been-expended in exploring an:I , doivlg the inne hafiidve been ; .. - 'usik an regular quartz veins discover.1 Seitiin~odi considetrable quan. - ~ - *E~orw re.a ~~IiedT~ ib Bu$f thist lebof,"as eziiblit8 a'diree 'toiknmetiinnt e the Aster H&use, Newr 4 kon 'the11th Jalnar-y, *dnliroverlho wo\or'th nine theuminnd dallats! Thus fromn both the Atlantic and Pacific are .Paotolan streams pouring in upon its re lalir~ing the wish of Midas, without, we trust, anything like the curse which ac coinpanied it.-Ere. Nerws. THE WEAKNESS OF THE SOUTHI. The Richmond Repu'blican throws out the fpilorving pregnant suggestion, which 11p.al should profitby, forzthe taunt isurn gtinptely too true though not ps much so as our Northern brethren dee'm -"The New-York Evening Post, in quo fing our. recommendations to t be Smuth to supply all. ils own wants and esitablish a direct trade with.Europe, refers to our de clarations that the South now idoks to thea Niorth for manufactures, education &c, as '1 .a strongly-stated admission. rf ihe weak-i noes ofthe Southaend her inability to en ter upon a contest wvith 'the North WeI hope no such contest wviii ever take place. But. to be "forewarned is to be foresarmed." ."Trhe South. should. see and fe-el her weakness, -ifsheo would ever recover from it and., become strong." IHqw.this consummation is to lbe efeted 4we will endeaver briefly to indicate, very ..shortly--for ,thie subject is one of vital im portance to tha Southern people. W hile the proceeds of our la bors go to *enrich the North-the producers receive - nothing in retur a but "notions' wvhich they could fabricate far bettor and cheap. or at home-and thee ho profit by outr apathy, deride us f'or our folly, and twit us with its consequences. * .There is a way of obviating this evil rand a very simple one it i--hut its e'xpo sition needs rsporo space than we can hen tow, upon it to-day.-More anon.-Col. Tel AfARRIAGE IN UToH LiaF.--Te on dit is, that their Berene hig~hnesses. the Quaker Gi - shum, are about to be united in wedlock The bridal suit has been hiespoken by the - is~rain, and ere a week, the two will probaibly .beabut one. By later dates the marriage has b een consumiated. '..Cor.rEGzs I'HR UNITRD 'rATIs. ., tere arc now in the Unitedl States one hun cr~ &udaniineiteen colleges; thirteerr of which rolnlr tiie'direction of the Baptists; nine ndor tihe direction of' the E hoplans; thir ationnlista; and six~ty-one, most of whcar under the direction of the Presbyterians. '4 .", .LoursPmnraLIPPB WlsHINo: To RETURN To FR ANcE.--The Newv York Courie'r des Etats ltha states, on the authority of the'Corsaire, e.Cpj paper, that Louis Phi ilippe has addres. - pta retter, 6othto the P'resident of the Re blid addoto Odlilon llrrot, the President of' 'F ~ WC~uvicil, in which he protests the purity 6f - . .~.1""is intettions and his doternilidtion to keep & :1af njy pliblid aliirs, in case heo shoulti he. -allowed-return to France. lie and.hali.sbuon bhaald they return to.France, prop..e to, hind 410 9IS k .~ * 'a- d t&tl - V VI positiorin 9 tnplo.Vv .0 u measures lnthU..eeuLa o..r R 10 6 am fidate hI don- a d I n ling the U. 9. 1t~venue Laws' ovr000 ltb ..Yeiita h retroce ing Whige. wote 4 e -uiiig oydcks intheirownsplliige." hie billapproriating money to ment ihe t 4 n'talmentlin'der tie Moxican treaty cane up rC'ommiittee of the Vhole, When a Wjig qember.egoved.ahbstitute, authoriwing the U 'reaident te.niegotiato with Mexico v reatora- a ion 6f CMliforna and NeW. Mexico. A niost ihfriiinate movenient indeed! for the CMi nittee of the Whole, with a view of testing * he queitionby ye'asi And tasys in'the, Hoje, a dopted this substitute instead of tie griginiAl a ill. Whei the Committed rose add 'went E ick into the Hoise, the reported substitute vas passed of by yeas mnd hays, and the Vihigs cduld muster' ten orily ;or it,v while - sere .were one, hundred and e-bi rr r gainst it. Among the ten' as' r..% t ens, fGeorgia.. Mf.Duer; of Ne. Yor1, a'00h e' hid u6ine time since 4isnderoa ia. o 6b.,"'now bacied out. Ar. Tu A 'niiih leo, although he had set, hi efilO at esei6n ngaiiit a recbgrfiti 6 , tbry, Wisjoined ete a ' ounce rne, pf IlAlu i Trre-on . A is the Whiga against a e ion of the ' anguage thiy lad employed atidutho idiu. istton ofrour new te-tritoriea. 'He ieni ided heni that tJiey'had chalrged the adniinistra ion with'having robbed Mexica of-her laimds, ut as the receiver is 'as bad as the thief, and a they had now sanctioned the acquisition t ly consenting to pay for the territory;he-hop- .t d they woud repent of what they had said, nc4 no longercant about robbery and plun er. The W~higs very quietly listened LI) the fi ecture which they received; and we trust a hma. upon this subject wp uhaill hear no mor f such clamor pnd cant.or [Washington Union, 20th instant. a TERnIFIC SrEgcH.-We understand that v 'no of the Northern orators (CMr. WVi!son of Iewv IIampithire) declared in his speech in lie Hlouse of Representatives on Friday, that 0 ooner than surrender the Wilmot ,Proviso, Ii me wvould not only see the Unidn, botthe U.ni- d nrae dissolved. Awful resolution, indeed! r There is but one ste p from the sublime to he ridiculo'us." Mr.. Bpdinger. of Virginia, n an eloquent speech,denonneed thtiaviolence, I nd vindicated the rights of the South with t reat power.-[ Union.' -- 'I .~ MoRtE DEVELOR3ET.-A questien of vs acity haCs sprung up between Mr. Polk and' c f!r. WVilmot, the latter flatly pasertinig what t he former as flatly contradicts; that 'in a pri-. rate conversation the President declared bims melf in favor of the principle of his P'roviuo, if ut-in another aape. The controversy is i Iiputable to our National character abroad o'r there must be "a lie out" bet ween tihe'' 'high contracting parties" otherwise the mat er is not important. .Col. Tel. 'An unfortunate accident happened yester ny on the Railroad. As the passenger train or Caniden reached Hopkin's turn-ouit, a man vas discovered standing in the middle of the rack, looking towards the engine; and, in ,pi:te of every effort on t he part of the engi.: iser to warn him of his danger, and check the :are, continued standing in thme same position, md was knocked down by the locomotive and [us leg badly crushed. It proved to be an >ld man named Rawlinson, who has been ro Aing over the country, imbecile in mind and body, and who should not have boon allowed o wander ait largo. But for the effort. of hose connected wvith the cars he would have been crushed to fragments-es it is he may itili possibly not recover, being very old and. Infirmi.-1 Sumch is time statement of the affair we ive received from person's on the upod'at ihe time -from which it would appear that nto blame ttaiches to tihe conductor or engitteer. Columbia Telegraph,23rd'inutant. The distress 'm Ireland has at last ilt'vaded h~e' mansions of the great. We read of many nstnnees where partien' having had incomes ~f $50,000 a year have actually become so poor as to seek thme lowest oftces-in-the gift of the British Government. A WrtsE GofERNont!-Gov. Edwards, of Missouri, recommends the passage of a lawv. [6,make the consent of a wife necessary to loegahizo an endorsenmont. CHArrcELoR CALILtt;-The- Charles. ton Mercury says: It gives uts sincere pleas. are to be able to state, oni the authority of a ~riend, that Chancellor CALrflVEL.I is 'so far eostored to health as to make it probable that, o wvili be able tt'hakdC6gfi att. Walteorbore' sert waeek --..- + N1 7o Vit 14 i6 eso of14 - to a t nustar la, bI1 1Smf Fnder -present-cire tagsacsh ida ts xme hadve respnded . ch aiorse, Wdig. 4uha e,,;" ble? W~ditylitietI u4tchecond U,0046n le'theappebarinscv of nia rs"u ;e6fesoG'fo~ h ou bs-n n;lehs a istik, have nd 0ed i, re r, 0.4.) dto support, P-ek C i a Jn ,eimat:ion et~, thecitaer offe rth rnere tresondrm uac sale - a nht la a d 1t our. n bU 1 t on I r inteeebethe on aslaingt erdrnie adeipr asi natle d aW aigon.~ was cerae a tis iacn Ltithe bcitiomigspt ny , e |lremon Tro4n unteRfes n:: re o red aud ied' o nd lais an aio widl ee h iEthd: ~c y i'n . iN at , o ptriotifnt the '~ablngtoj~a , 'P~A~ TiM asdbeing tverdl d ng gen. re natal -ay of Washi ten.aohibte ithis place smith bomning spirit tW easeoti Troop great mat.tr'leele Yt. his aont ta te adieice'f of retb. ca laisittin, otion was d0ael. rd t nbs arie day suldriong andr te nidas ile hcre adlie nd,ereaittln" in ge. ew ofgugo the character d andi pathiotie forign forahrso of the ouinidtn phi. sigusreo Geore moal 'hngt nd Toblae. pt isarveiet the spiri ricpe of orerb cannstim, whicwer the naon ofte peac nsdy rspeiou ori cponry.imid~ non~ r aiditle patdk toef ainer" provid. of bythe forer,a dos~pad maitldua vh ipve the wetancine hs oe'uelgsmion nyfwiwr the festivition of the phtSe"cew Tf 'orati" coesdth good grcpfeh ionanct-oesn." . .co .f a ..neprvd We rejoe to e that dDtrc manseting ori a "responth" lcs ben t cale orclon lay the etvth of Mah ae day. ht;o g'he~ Yf oul" cMes fondithgo geesrytace #fqthis Ptiti Buty in gpnd.ng e thejdicto se tha'utr annesr.c metn Dra ?IEsprrpohash beyreentld xo lion lant theough of Mrheno, inal deaion the Youdgress thfoud it eeatotehison Pri otiir~irgI Coatdnts, 'a 'rae 'Id. Mra.o -~DTmrai:t-TImeveyecent ote h ninds of tihe people-iti tielatiern tirthe'acetin of he North dluring thme forthcoming nilnistra ion. That Gent TA U~oa, a -Southeis'iuan; mad a slaveholder,wjill buin any g.nannpg in. Ituenced by the. Northern Abolitiois 'yte W1hich elected him, is' toine propostofrop....., Phe south itself mdait 'he er'guard' aguinbt >lack shebep within its own1 fold---aginstt inen vho are willing t6 hie~ifle' theimrm'cpe b'or-en.' It mrust carll the.wee itsel nuset withdraw' its aid and; protection from aurnalists,. who under tlo rque, adyocate ab. mhtion, who are Norhern Propaa di4of which tbeAugst hryhud a o inh Repiiblican ai- la'ripg in ' cies?ho South Itiustadopt sel .petective nidnet*, and heti its Northern alliscan plad~ t'die fepedene on its'actidn. . ~ ~ It is nkidoubt pectliarly-gratifying tothe citi. mne of this-,tate to reid and hee' ~ vr, ally complimentafy comm na~f~eo~ . ra press upon the action ot g italh son, tiet .lvt, ii #a , 7-1, ne i n' abmi *1. 1 " !- . - on.~ "i ;owg trmi ftam r Notr~ee 3 e07~ o0 the00 hi%. o WeMa been ok, t1 3Hrtheeg ;e ther ani - oni the 2if astwouichpul d3 clouu e pq.;4 jh.~,1~v e .~ TIhe people of Suthter (LWImnin~ whain dratt yeitd~.y; telWu d~ Olbr rsadbiy * e,,andsonio hardefor privatecr nsuh ,aid - iga,,instead 9dhoq4etd (mifoif-mevuetbgathtuv -Leiula, t'uteleI apv~sa someoveNdgilleb~e tolinrase tessttn9Q4 Upi d 'Tleog1harlotte a heie draw ng ou ar4 ths yc :~ y~9 to let out the (,it~ce~~~tou at yu alist of he iilloe (with num t N nouty~ -r 41 1. 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