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THE PINEY WOODS PLANTER. i will oe published every Saturday -T- TOTUILT, an" A. II. HALL. - I he price will bo 1'iva Dollars per annum if paid in advance, or Hi Dm i n il' not paid until th.i end of the yoaV All payments mado within the first three months will to connidered ai in advance. .No subscription received for a lus pe. nod than twelve months; nor discontin iind until all arreirairi.- ar. ,;.i a failure to notify a diseontinuance of the ra(;r win Ue considered an anew cn gugonieiit. ADVERTISEMENTS Will be charged at the rato of One "" every ton linos or under, for TnZKX ARK ONLV TWO SORT, or OOTKRNMKNTf OK Or, AND THK OTIIEK nvn . ... I ii ii a - """'fci WE HAVE W t i 1. worn to suri-oat tub former and orrosB the VOL. LIBERTY, MI., SATLUDAY KOKXIXG, FEBRUARY O, 1839. DEMOCRATIC STATE RIGHTS CONVENTION. aro. si. Tho delegates from tlio several coun tics appointed to attend the Domocratic nnJ State Rights Convention, met at Jackson on tiie 8ih of Januarv. wursunnf lu ri-vmiis nojicp, in i lie old State House ThoConvr " -vns rnllpd to order bv Mr. McKinst'ry, of 1 zoo, who nominated JiKigo U 1'. Smith, of Wilkinson, t9mno niry President of tho Convention. Col. N. Lester, of Lowndes, was appointed Se cretary. Delegates from the following counties, presented their credentials, ns follows: Adams co. J D Nevilt, It M Gaines, J "iieenmn, i' u uiaiuorne, A Alexnnder, IAS Doniphan, John T Winn, W T . Amite W F Cain. Attaln-G D IW, N Taylor! N Gil Ielnnd, C Levy, S Durham. Carroll J L Irwin, -B Konnodv, W ..uieron, j iiernng, A JVTCarroll, W Hommingway,G Crowder, W CDovle. Chickasaw II R, Carter, B Bikto;' Choctaw A W G Pavie, John Patton, Thomas Hogg, fj L Grant. Claiborne W M Smvth, W Briscoe, J Watson, A II Peck, T T Hogg, D II Mc Intyre.TD J(!m!rs,J LTorry! Copiah J W Rose, G II Kiger, B Har ris, Samuel T Scott, Jas Boasley, S Gran berry, S Tillman, J B Reid, P S Catch ing, L W Elli,, D M'ilea, D Grisham. Covington-F Pope, T II Hopkins, J L Jollv, Aaron Law. I)oSoto--R C Hancock, Felix II Wa!-j er. Franklin Jas M Jones. ' Hinds. 1) O Williams, II Sims, C P jwcianiei, velney IS Howard, Charles M i i ice, ii w lieniy, U E Bcauchamu, J J JMvenport, J Graves, A Hutchinson, U iuincr. The Convention adjourned to 3 o'clock to meet in the Representatives Hall in the now stale Douse. Thhke o'clock, p. m. The convention met according to u journmont. Capt. J. B. Nevitt introduced the follow ing resolutions, which, after debate, were auopiea; Resolved, That in taking a vote in thii convention, it shall be taken bv counties: oiitii county oeing entmod to the number of votes that it in entitled to representa tives in mo jiotiso ot Keprescntativesof the Legislature of the State. Resolved, That the officers of this con vention shall consist of one P residnnt Hun Vico Presidents, and tbreo Secretaries. Kesolved, J hot the delegate from the several counties represented in this con vention meet at their several chambers, and appoint one from each of their respec tive bodies, who, w hen assembled, shall constituto a Committee to nominate suita ble persons to fill for tho beforcmcntionnd ollices, and reuort to this convention as soon as practicable. Tho following gentlemen were then appointed, under a resolution introduced yesterday, to compose a committee on nominations: the first, and fWr Cxht ifor er sil "uent insertion. No advertisement wilt be Insertod even once, for 1cm tha I WO DOLLARS Persons sending advertisement are requested to mark on thom tho nuirtbcf of time they desire them to be insertod, otherwise they will be continued until forbid, and accordingly charged. A liberal doduotion will ho roado td persons who advertise by tho year. OF- EVJ5RV. DK8CIHPTIOX NEATLY AND KXFEOIT10U8LY Wkdnksdav, Jan. 9. Tho Convention met pursuant to od Journmcnt, in tho new State House. On motion of Mr. Garrett, it was Resolved. That tho democratic mem bers of tho Legislature bo invited to take their seats in this Convention, and act n members thereof from the counties in which they reside.and that all members whohavc not heretofore taken (heir scats be invited to do so. Said resolution was unanimously adop ted Mr. Williamson, from tho Select Com mittee to nominate officers for the State Convention, reported -a Mr. Chairman Mho Committee to whom Holmes S Sample, DM Dulany, J S was referred the resolution relating to the toss, J M Gwin, J M Cardozo, S D Shack- )in'i')n of officers for this Convention, eford, B G Whitehead. uily0 performed that duty, and have in- J G Simms, J J Itwamba A G Lane- JaspcrO C Doase, M'Roa, A M Wilson. Jefferson PB Harrison, Gen P Cham- miss, j u Kuncan, I' O Hughes, W II vompion. Jones Samuel Ellis. Lafayette RJosselyn, Mai Winn. Lauderdale B F Parks. Lawrence--A Smith, Gen Fox, T J vjiimsieu. ij j jjowen, U M llunucls, Leake B T Watkins. Lowndes T M Tucker, W G Wright, .'iiu unmcr, i u lli tchcli, A u Weir, N Lester. Madison R M WilliamsoR, W L Bal- iour, f uopd, K jloilpe, R M Brittle, J M Elder, A II Ilindy, C Moore, II A Garret, . -v.iiiii, u jiice, a U liennet,J UMore. D M Fulton, J Mayberry, J C Napier, W ,o jvHvnor, j as ti siade, Jas S Hied. MarshallC Kyle, R Baitoir, B C liar ley, K S Holland, B Partce. Marion A P Black. Neshoba BJJackoway,S M ILidxpoth. Newton J Daniel, J J Monroe, James Ellis, N B Johnson, O W Parish. Noxubee G B Augustus, Capt Mason, j ivoger, vv li 1 urncr, U VV Uinton. uctiutieha Jas Walton, John P Thomp structcJ me to report the followinff aa the remit ol their deliberations, viz: For President. C. P. SMITH l or V ic8 Presidents. Joiiv R Ntkvitt John Al. lLDun, Thomas II. Phosser, Ak Tiiwh l ox, Geo. B. Aioijstits. ... tor Socretanes. Charles M. Pi-i V Lester, Hiram Sims. All of which U rcsncctfullv lllllirnilfnil (V. !. . i ' ' ir iia uoiisiucniiion l)n motion of Mr. Gaines, said ronoi t . j i . . ' wu.i rocciven anu iinanimously agreed to. The Pnidcnt of the TT r (ilfinir i . . nun. v. r. smi I ti, then rose am a dm... ed the convention as follows: eon. Pike Thomas Dcnman, F Love, J D Rines, A P Cunoingham, W A Stone, T Trawick. Panola John Ry burn. rontotoc W W Cherrv, S Craig, F Lewis. , Rankin W R Crane, W D Ha- thorn. fore, j minims, it u tvollord, J McDon ald. R A Hargis, A McDonald, A M New man, J Powell, dipt S Denson, It Maxv, Col J Evans. Scott JB White, R W Roberts, J Mc Kay, T M Petty, Stephen Bry. Smith It Swor. A Chism. J Uninher. R n ni i m i n ' ' ' j i uui iuuu, n uarncu. , Simpson J Berry jr, W II Smith, E She vers, N Goff. Tallahatchie G W Martin. M Mc.AfTn. Tippah Samuel Mathews, S M Har grove, N S Price. Warren C T Flussor. B B Fisher. W F Ritchie, E G Cooke, E D Downes, B Featherston, J II Phelps, J Evans, S P "uosicr, jonn ai layior. VVashington Dr Dashiol Wayne Joseph Frost. Wilkinson M F DegrafTenreid, C P uiiin, i u i-ro&scr, Bythell Haynes, S Posey. , Winston-SD Murfl, J Bell, J D Con nell. . Yallabusha W G Kendall, W B Wil horno. S C Plainer. W If VVliiHnl,P T n Ives, G A Thompson, Maj L It Stewart. lazoo n u Kunnels, M B Hamcr, J J Mickie. J W Mpk'incirv n tn..i,. w "uu, jonn uattailo, J Strange, J M Sharp. , Steveni., W Dorsov, T B Wo.xlward, j Rice, G Swavzoc.M L Fiteh.W Ffnort. "ey, R S Dulin, Jaiuoa Ilaydeu Dklhuatm op tiif. Democratic Statu KiGirrs Convkntion : I tender'you mv sincere thanks fnr i,r. honor conferred on me, by calling on me to preside ovr so lar-re. rosoectaliln nnA talented a body as the one now before me. Under any circumstances. I should nnnre- -iuiu ii us one oi me iignest honors, par ticularly when the broad nrincinlea of stitution liberty are to bo noVocaini? nrt sustained, ihe prosent is an auspicious i.iuuiuiu in ute poimcai History ol our coun try, and calls upon everv friend nfihi rights of the State to advocate l cipies wmcn nave been established and acted upon by the rounder's of our consti tution. Candor compels me tosnv. n fi,. ns me uciaus ana narmony of this Con vention is concerned. I Bhall exner.t from each ofyoua generous and hoartv mmmi In advanea, gentlemen, I will not ask nf you a willing coincidence in the decisions of tho chair, knowing full well that errors may sometimes occur, bat shall expect from you an expression of opinion to ena ble me to support tho great principles of! which no friend can cavil. Mr. Harly presentod a letter from tb Hon. John F, II. Claiborne, decliiiino- . v...jjiv,.-v;, nuiuil was IU1U on tno table. Mr. Davenport introduced n relative to the selection of a committeo to a ran an nddnvs to the people of the State, uii.il wii iuia on ino taule. On motion of Mr. Bjthel Haynes, Resolved, That tho delogates of each ..unniy represented in tins .convention, now biuli une uicmuer oi tneir respectire del cgations, who, when solected. shall con. stitnte a committeo to report nominees as candidates for Congress and other officers, and that said committee beemnowered in report ruies and regulations for tho go vernment of this Convention. Which resolution Wa9 Ullimimniiulv n. dopted. Mr. Williamson introduced th fnllmv. ing resolution, which was agreed to un animously. Resolved, That tho Hon. CHAPMAN LEVY be requested todeliver to this convention upon tbo principles of j uuihuuiuiiu ren 10 lean sin hi . n'.-i-i. k:. , i viuvn i 1 1 1 r Adam R M Guinea. , Amite WFCaln. A tula Nelson L Taylor Carroll John L Irwin. Chickasaw 11 Bugjr. Choctaw A W li JJavis. Claiborne W M Smyth Clark Mr McClendon. ' Copiah Col Kiger. Covington T H Hopkins. De Soto R C Hancock. Franklin J M Jones. Hancock J Bond Hinds A Hutchinson, Holmes Sam uol I) Shacklcford. Itawamba A O Lano. Jackson C J MoRea. Jasper J J McRea. Jetferson P C ChainlihW Jones S Ellis. Lafayette R Josselye. Lauderdale Donjamjn F Parke. Lawrence A Fox. Leake Benjamin Watkins. Lowndes N I, Mitchell. Madison D M Fulton. Marion A P Black. Marshall R Barton Noshoba B J Jaekoway. Newton J Ellis. Noxubee J Koger. Octibheha J P Thompson. Pike C Tray wick. Ponola J Rayburn. Pontotoc F Lewis. Rankin R A Hurgis. Scott R W Roberts. Simpson E Shovers. Smilh R Swor. Tallah.itchio-0 VV Martin. Tippah S Matthews. Tishomingo S Ussery Warren J M Taylor. Washington J V Dashiell. Wayne J Frost. Wilkinson T II Pros'sor Winston I) Murff. Yalobusha W G Kendall. Yazoo J Battaila. - Mr. Ga ines moved that the committee or. nominations have leave to retire, which was agreed to. After which, on motion of Mr. Claiborne, me convention adjourned until halt past 2 a.iu. Afteiinoon Seisiov. The President took the chair nnd called the convention to order. Mr. Gaines , from the committee on nominations made the following Re- port : 1 he committee appointed to make nominations, reported the fo bwina gentleman as suitable candidates to be supported by the Democratic and State nights party; ior Coventor, A. G. McNutt; ' " Sec. of State, Barry W. Benson ; " Auditor of public Aaccounts, A. B. Saunders i M Slate .Treasurer, Samuel Craig; " Members of Congress, Col.Chat T ...... man i.evy.oi Attala, and A. t. IJrown. VI VjUUlilll. Tho committee also reported that tne rules ol the House of Kcprcsenta tives govern the proceedings of the convention so far as they may be np- pilCilUlC. Mr. McRea moved that the report ue nxiirrsa. following gentlemen to compose said committee. Messrs Garrett, Michcll, and I'lusscr. " - Mr. Claiborne then oflfered the fol lowing resolution, which was agreed to: . Resolved. That a committee of twen ty-one persons ho appointed by the President to report resolutions forth with expressive of the opinions of this convention, upon the great political questions now agitating this Union. The President (hen announced thr- following gentlemen to compose said committee: Messre. Claiborne, Boyd. V. M. Smyth. McClc Union. Ifarirnrl lladley, Ross, J. J. McRae, Mitchell, Handy, Barton. Jas. Ellis. .L K J.I. Iliompson, Rayburn, Roberts, Usjcry, Flusser. McKinisfrv. 1 and Harris. Por the purpose of allowing the com. mittec time to prepare their resolutions. ii. . .. . ' me Ronveniion took a recess for one iour. The convention beinir mil nit tr nr. der, tho committee presented the fol lowing preamble and resolutions, which, after discussion, were adopted. uuercas two greut political parties uavi; ciimi-u Biuce ine ionnation of our ledoral constitution, wliose views oi itic ineory ot our government are . in direct conflict, the one main taining (he doctrines of consolidation or a strong national government uu great ana uiidclmcd powers . i. . ii i i. uiu tuner coiuenuing ior a compac or a league of separate sovereign niu co-equal States, with a constitution of strict construction and of defined powers: and, whereas, the former or leaeral, or national republican, or more recently whig party, by forced interpretations of thr vviunouiilVll has, at diircrent periods, erected a miuonai oanK, passed the alien and sedition laws adopted a protective hum cBiitojisnea a splendid scheme oi internal improvements, and inter meuuied with our domestic institu tions; all ot which were opposed by the lattcror Republican State Rrghst tJaii.r, um ueiiouncca as anti-democratic, and which have since met with the just condemnation of the American people: and, whereas, by a similar grasp at power, this same wing party, backed by almost the enure moneyed influence of the country, is striving to give back the finances and the credit of the gov ernment to Soulless COmoratinns. ai.,1 thereby perpetuate that unholy un ion of Bank and State, which was surreptitiously palmed upon the country by their great federal h-nd. er, Alexander Hamilton, contrary to lu ...... i ..... J wiu luusuiuwon, ana it is believed subversive oi the best interests o me community and liosiile to our political and civil liberties. There- lore. Resolved. That, as the celebrated ALSO: Justices and other Blanks this Office. for ate at Si-!!" Lfrl- a"df(Ing,thc becn "PPointcd a committee on tl, cSi;ffr0batlOa f U" fnCnds f f"f D-ocratic State jSighf Resolved, That in the opinion o' the l)emocra(ic and Slate Right, par ty of this State, if Congress had the power to incorporate a national hank, its exercise would be at all times dan gerous to our republic and to our commercial pro-pcrity. Resolved, That we enlireiy approve of the scheme of a direct trade with loicign countries, as ot vital importance i csuiuuhn our commercial independ ence and to rid us of our degrading vas salngo to the North. Resolved, That the influence of the iaic national Hank and the presan United States Bank of Pennsylvania 1H.UI ucpiy injurious to the staple States of (his Union jn establishing (he money power in the Northern States, me inevitable elfect of which lias been rot only to make us dependant nnon them, buttocausd all the profits of our i.iuums io ut. rcaiizea by them. Resolved, That we regard the estab '"iiiui-iu oi dune nanus upon a specie ua'"iuw juaicious management and a strict accountability, as beneficial to mo community, and as fully compefen without tin overshadowing Nalional Bank, to supply all the desirable pur poses of a bank paper circulation. ncsoivcd, llmt Congress has no power directly or indirectly to inter fere willi or abolish slavery in tho Dis trict of Columbia or any of the Stales or Territories. Resolved, That all powers on the subject of slavery reside only in tlio ievcral States where it exists, and that wc regard this truth as too s-If-..v;,I to be questioned. Kcsolvt d, That the leading measu res recommended by the present ad- (Vii rl . ii ' 1 1. ... P it. ... """"""""ii ui me vencrai uovsrn- mcnt, and the firm, impartial and rwi. i.'.nt: .fii "... i mum. Luuise oi ine present Krrrniiv of the Union entitles him tn tlm rAnfi. dence and support of the whole repub- "- "ii j'cii t,ji Kesolved, fhat wc have unbound d confidence in the natrinf ism nf n, Hon. John C. Calhoun, and tluif ha escrves the thanks of everv frir-nrl r (uai ngiiis anu republican principles fur ili r;tkr..i . ' 1 . .v-. ,,v i, .luiiiui uuu euicicnt services lie ias rnaered the countrj on the Inde pendent Treasury bill. Tl l . .... J . . iiesoivcd, I hat in re at an in thn principles which now agitate the Convention assembled at Jarkcnn in request of you (for publication,) a copy of the very learned a.id eloquent ad dress that you recently delivered beforo that bodj: Tlio principles that you so ably ad-vocaftv-.'i mdclv dusemminatr-fl mul properly ui)uv..Uh)J, will advance the true interests of the Southern Stak$ and stimulate the Democratic paty to rally u-i(K ..... !:.:. i i i 1 J . . ' ...... u.iuniHiHaiiuu aroor around that Standard under whose glorious folds they have so often marched to battle? and to victory. We avail ourselves of this opportu nity to express our regret at your de clining the congressional nomination which was unanimously and enthusias tically offered you by the convention. Wc beg you, sir to accept assurances of the highest regard from vour r.WHi. cut servants. r. Ii. CLAIBORNK, BYTHELL HAYNES, W. W. CHERRY, J. M. CARDOZO, A. G. W. DAVIS, Committee. Chapman Levi-, Esq. , Jackson, Jan. 10. Gentlemen: I received your polite communication requesting, in behalf of the Democratic Stale Rri?ht rw. tion of Mississippi, for publication, my address of yesieulay, before (hat eii- g uencu anuiiighly respectable body, be pleased to rcccivu mv :iri,..:i edgments for the favor!il.- r,ni; have heed pleased to fake of my imper lect effort in ' the srear crnHc principles. My public and private engagements are such, that it will be impossible for me to comnlv quest. I can only say, that if by pos sibihty, I can consistently with previ ous and indispensable engagement., take the time to prepare it for the press, I will take pleasure in complying with the request of the convention. I desire to express mv ipoi:i.tn the convention for the high mark of their confidence, in unanimously nomi nating me one of the candidates of the Democratic State Rhts party of tho Mate, for member to Congress. I regret that circumstance. f, lM my acceptance of this honor, tendered me in so flattering a manner. i ermit mo to ertvo thr- ar . ti .i . . . . .. " iur. i' emersion movea to lay the re- Kenturkv v;::- , .... "J nort on fh t.nMo. na tha lmn no ' i I. , '6a ICBOiuuonS 01 L....J : '.7 ""-an" Madison s report and add res. of 99, were the creed of the Rcpub- rived at which it was understood Col Chapman Lnvv would address the con vention. 1 he question was taken on receiv ing the report, and carried. Mr. Gaines moved to lay the report on the table for the present, winch was ties of the present dav agreed to. Rosohed. Tht Z Messrs. J. J. McRea, Goines and as a propitious crisis w lien it becomes hcan State Rights party in regard to v-uusiuuuouai comnact nirninci fi.rl- cral encroachments at that nfr!nil equually are they the true doctrines of me democratic and State Rights par- Harris, wuit on , weie appointed a committee to all true republicans to look back to n Col. Levy, and inform himiirm&r ;r,ir.:oi,i,i . ,. that tb M;' j.. :: r r '"umcnis oi pon- henr ; ;;,yr: " " - ca pclpIC,aU disregarding alter- At h;i? puTthree Mr. Lew rl Z11 W menced his remarks and continued un- cal diirerence, to unite in arousing the til the llOUI of adinnrnmpnK .1. -4 . .. .. ",u"aulg "'C evening. til the houi of adjournment. Thursday. Jan. 10. The convention met pursuant to ad- ; ...... . . journment, m the old State House. Mr. Lames moved that the several slumbering spirit of the times that give m muse i esumiions. Resolved, That we heartilv rnn gratulate all true republicans upon mi. uiiiiiuvM. uisposilion thnt hrv.-i to rfHrt -unii;,!,. rr....i i... .i u iat wc wu w-..-.-.v? .wu mjt UJu comnuCc on use every effort consistent with prin nominations be proposed sepcratcly by ciple (o promote the same r.,"'1'""' nuu' nvnapocs vote Kesolved, That we cordially concur be taken tliRrenn.wliiK n-o. nre 1 ..i . , . .wuiaiii lumur All r'Zr' l ana unconditional di- ' - -..uuvvi. luiiiiu.ii.u uy my vorce OI ank nnil Kfnf. 1 r rnmm Ho,. I.. . .,.,v uun UUU iur ed. On motion of Mr. Garrett. Resolved, That a committee of three be appointed by the chair to wait unon the nominees ol this convention and ascertain, as far as practicable, their J.l. 1 J . . ' v ucicriiiinaiions relative ihcrto, and re port the same as soon as as convenient. 1 ho President then appointed the IVrPA linfirirvii-tiial.. I. 1 . 1 . -......, uij. milium- ever, anu tnat WC give our earnest sun. port to the great leading measures of mo uuminisiraiion ot the General Gov ernment, the Independent Canslilu tional Treasury; -believing the best means yet suggested to nurilV thn mr. rency of tho country, to curtail Kxo.r.a. 'ive patronage and to restrain congres sional usurpation, as free from consti tutional objection, salutary and expe di tion, wc will recopnizn thn Mint : . n . v. I vAtiii, IflVJ L'J 1MVU Tllrt ne,.,,... m mis country ot but two treat noliti - thnf in...u t ii.' -ce, cal parties, the one to be styled the " ...ef. incd tho ac- Ucmocratic State Rights party, the .i.T Z ' ml br other the Federal nrTv. nnrl C. , b ,w -uniry; asiaras recommend to the' Democratic State deraticpriS Rights party of this Sh.tr. n, r a. : '. Pnnc,P,?s of the Jf-fTerson- lTrT-i 1 Vit f .. niu mil KCUUOII. United States, th.-it t , aii;ci;,c i, . ,, tween the parties he nM,mJ ..,"V"U Be cause in which I have n .- a,. lauoreu irom earlv lift.. uu motion oi nr. Williams, of Hinds, Thcv -ire thn i. ,.. c followiug resolutions xvern n.,n L, L?J,. he ,,0.ctn"es J whScli mouslv adonied. .i,,,, tne iSouth can be Resolved That wc hail with JIT' urc the principles sure and sincerely congratulate our re ZT-i lhc warfare publican fellow ItoTtoZfiZl" 1 iem' 7 Por- inn-. . v 'uv oi our southern hrAtbrB ..b r lMU lemons wmcn have is unnatural. nn,l -n i.. L " j " . ..... c noiiimonca ns sou., us tney discover the true issu now uepenaing. oeiicve mat the unmo fli: of regard for our free institutions, and the safely of the South. j ' -. of the political parties of our State Aiity are equally lionest Jr. Of tlliS treat nurnnc. 1 nnn- . i. i i ril ' u me time is ui naim wncn tno error. r U I Ul , IU.U9 V uw iuu jiu will IK3 united nn tl. ciples of democracy and State TJiLhf." as advocated by that distinguished ai postle of liberty, Thomas JefTcrson. ifiey must aad will ni..:.n..i .t... wvuuiis wmcn i i i . 1 1 ... ieen nem in Alabama. AI ssnuH. III;. nois, Maine, New Jersey, Maryland, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio, iiAuiisas, iuicnigan ana Delaware. In them we behold certain evidence that "the sober second thought of the peo p.v. .3 iicvci wiong anu always cm- cicnt. Resolved, That experience has rle.ir. y evinced the inexpediency, nn.l irn. )ohcy of employ ing corporations. tAih. f iie "r national, as public Deposi invo, vi pviiiuiuug me national tron. sure to be used for any other purpose than discharging (he obligations of the government as appropriated by law. Afternoon Session. ' The Convention met pursuant to ad. journment. . , iur. viaioorne moved that a commit sc cn- hey must aad wil nirrMv.ii,.i only are the principles whirl, rn,. l sure to the .South- safety, liberty and .mini nnl 1 sl.j. v ' J Be pleased ecntlemen in x. .i - o w l'it;ill io ..,u,luu ,y respcctiul acknowl- edgmcnts for the favorable appro W lion thev Uvn l i . . it V t,,luvcu mat a commit- tee oi hve be appointed to wait on Col. of mv hum 3 rflhrii Jn Til t0exPresa Ivy, and request him to furnish a J ?rt m t,ie cause of py of his address for pil IicaUo Kf S f l n5ilnd P fw . The President appointed the follow- ifZrlZ ing gentlemen tocomn,se mm.;, 7:??? nnd cstc'e,n of your obc- COmi): tec, Messrs. Claiborne. If ry, Cardozo, A. WVG. Davis. Thl fllr.. inrf j t - ..v .vuviMHi- is Liii; i-iirrfr(rti'iiiiiiA Q .vwifviiuvill.C oetween tne committee and Col. Le vy. T, m, Jackbos, Jan. 10. Dear Nr: The undcrsi'vood h-.. n... honor to Inform jou, that they have dient servant, Ton r CHA1MAN LEVY. BVTIIEM, IlAIR,Esq., - J. M. Carpozo, Esq. A. G. Vr. Davis, Committee Democratic State Rights Convention of Mi.