IUII, (N.C.) TJlURSD.VY, ATI1IL 12, 1657.
lYoi. xvi i r.
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Ir Oak- f-nm J kihw 7W -
titpf I 7js, Vij"- u &ftf h arm
TIM Ciuaulim uf , e - ill reserve
I tsfmeals aaiJthe Mat dT of July merK. fne fcir-L
thrjr Jl furnish) for sVp of t!e bus, (rigto
I mm! il" cf w, tnd U pmpirtMHS of pr-otais
. Cnnv liVV, rv4 to iiu'-Kma, llwrt nv be
I rro,o-st, si 6,000 uhk-al fcrt f - nrh r
1 th Inn, l,i CM fur and V.OuUfor
I feck rtonp. Hie timber ke rhn rr
I crewtj in sttomti mi ndt wiwe than 85 rail 't f-m
I m e, eVIiwrahl t the idle? I 'in.
van!, Tift' P'WnV"Mhf ?f. - 11." Boston, Ne
York, fn.atekrlr.hi, WWfto and Norfolk, tl
I 4nj etw tKt, ll.t isarilSJO.sty ce or kt
1 tjr tie 1 Noremtwr f ".Nob year. ", "
Itmni W?etiir frill be a teased Instate tslrU
emlsxlr tbxsr terms per etvJral foot, for an? owe
offtellrasries with the proyortioa of prmnsseaow
tiro Her, rtsjuiredi also, (botil4 they be ditpnaesl
totsfTer for Mraq site term pr eukl fed,
for (Atm frames eolleetitc', (one of earh clan,
thtb, ft, 1 i-, kn4 tloap,) itH tfie prooti.
-w timber, rfmrrnxtinr m ' cr tiirir trk
or the frame a ttiis nf the line, of a fi irmtp, trts
enjw nude d!irFrabl at nj Bn( or rilhf r, or
an aa tna
I tarti abore mention rd but (ha trrrai
arratibicai f.iot Jfivenil at rat, (if a diflnro
eict b made br the bidder,) mwt b distinctly
tided. ' It it to "be undentood U the aoniaua
irnen will acltt raoh offera, and atui to eaeb
iidd,ewamch portKm of the timber required, (not
eae 0n one entire frame, ) and designate, auch
yard for the dehrrrr at thoy mar judgo rx vxxli.
ent for the aoblie interest; and further, thitf tte
monerrill at anr time, nnclcr any eireomttaiicrt, L
adrmirea,nii that none wUI be paid am i an
aetaaJ delivery of timber; tnnt bond, 'vith to or
more anffielent luretira, fnr the faithful di.
charge of any eon tract will be renttiredt thai the ri
atneuntw auenliona will be one-tlitrd Me etaiia
ted amoant of the emitraet. Moreorer, that, aa
additional and collateral aeenrity, tea per centum
eC the arailaiof each cargo, vill be reaerfia! and
withheld, until the eontract ahall be (ullr Mmuli-
ed a ith to the entire mtifaction of the Coram t
akmeraj and that la all delireiiet of timber, a due
proportion of the moat diffico.lt parts of the frames
hall be delivered, other iae, it aball be at the
option of the Commisaionert to withhold eueh a
mount, fan addition to the tea per ent. abore men
tioned, aa they may judge expedient for the public
' intereat, ntil auch deficient proportion or uh
diifieolt thnbera ahall be delivered) and It i nir
tlierto he underttood. tliat all paymenU' will be
made at the placet of delivery. - . .. ,., - .
Those who may offer to aupply any part of tliii
timber are further requested lo state pnrtieularlT
tlieir own .residence, the name and rexidence of
their anretiea.to forward letters from sach persons,
tarmer their willinimes to become raretiea. and
also to forward, evidpn.of the ,ompeteney. of
sucn persona aa sareties tvtue amount tor wbicb
fht-r my heroine hound. All 'offers are to be
sealed and directed to the Commissionert of pie
3avy, .nd endorsed' tlw following words,
ti; Offer to furnish Live Oat, under thjfc ad
.wertisementof 12th March, 18i?7.". ' J
The timber it to be inspeeted and meaArared ao-
eordmg to the rules eMablished by the Board,
py ot w bicb may be obtamd on application to the
NavyVAfcent either at Pencola, Savannah,
Charleston, 8. C. Norfolk, Wnshmtrtom Haiti-
more, 1'hiladelpljia, New Yovk Boston, or Porte-.
: aiit uiu nn, lunuc iu cuuioiiniiv in inu auver
:sement;r that mar not be received' within the
time herein limited for receiving bids, cannot ue
conswereny. ?fi pii'i A'1SW
, . ' ' ' f' - ' . I- ' : . " ' ' '
Will stand the present season, which has now
commenced and. wQl expire en tlie . 1 5th day .of
July next, at the stable ot w uuom lownes in
Boydtou, Mecklenburg eounty, Virginia. . The
prices upon which the services of American E
elipsej' will be rendewj, are the following: FiHy
Dollars the single leupr seventy-five, dollars tlie
reason, mid One hundred dollars to ensure a mare
heif ig in loal ' Any gentleman putting a mare, by
pending his bond with good security,' twelve
months credit will be gi'eu, or a rcasouable dis
eount Will be made if the tush ia paid. . Mares
Injured and parted s?ilh bcloie it is ascertained
they are with foal, the person parting with thutn,
will be held aeeountahle for the hunirabee) ,1 v
' American Eclipse is aheau,Utul sorrel, with
star, and near hind foot v hite, fifteen hand thi-ee
inches highi possessing a large chare of bone find
muscle, and excelling all the racers, bf the. day m
tlie three great essentiids of sjieerfr'jStoutness bf
lastingness and ebility o caiTy weiglHJ .lie was
ibaledSSlK Mi.y, 18H, at Donii-is.QuwnHcodnty,
Long tlnd. It is deemed nhbeceann'y to say
.-any Uiin; i ! outthe Kacmg qualities of Eclipse,
-tfit: is peri., ps better known at this day at a Race
Horsu of the first order, titan fny h(H'e iu Anit
rfca..r M--m ;5u'-.i , i
, V PEDIGREE. . "i . . v
Jtrnwiran Kclipse was Jhyi .by Durock,. his
dam .Miller's Damsel by Alt siengcr, bisgrxnd.ini
jthe English mare"' Pof-S-af, imported Tn i795t
then three year by William Conatauble,
and bred by Lord Gfosvenor, sired by Pot-8-o's,
and Pot-8-o'a by the rclebiuted Boe, Eclipre,
"bis great gran dura by. Gim Crack, Gim Crack by
Ci ippla, atid Cripple by the iArubkirof Lord Ge-r;
dolphin t Duroe a Virginia Jilorse, Was sired bj
Diotnud; bis "dam Amanda, the property of Mr..
Wade MvVy wa sired by Gi-eyTMpmcdher
dm by Vi-gioiaCade,.'! St ' ' ' :' it '
Moasetigej-; thS sife of Miller'js Dumsel ,wa aii
Engliih Horse, bred by 3obn l'ratf, Esi, ol'New
Matkrt, and died the property of Mr. Y"" Bst,
January 2S(h, I $08, Myj8 years was raited by
MsmbirrnJ, Mambrino efjBngiuevr, Engineer hy
SanmsTiii. (tlie sireol'llar Malton.1 who was wt
3 hv Blase, who was tot by Flying Childers, a son
LVM)tben by I urt, t grantjam oy teguiurv
son of the GodolpUin, Arabkii, bis rrandara by
the Uohon Starling; out of the Fox Mure ,dm ot
Snani 8ce.x his ei-sndam was sister" to Fiptrante,
ilsmol ttevencreL fcc The nerfurmdncefcof Mes
senger ..oo the turf, previous to fii importationf
previous to hi importation
horse et'his day. In l?8
i purses and King's plate,
. : " . i t
we're stipenoi- to any h
and s, he wpn eleven
.and wsa ni ver beaten.
, Uiomed. aire of Duroisl was got by Ftorizcll
Who wt got by King Herod, out of the Crtnet
taare. his dam the Sueelator Mare, (dura of Pas-
toeUa,ie.) her data. Horatio, ' cotby lllank, her
grandajD-by ChuUera, out oi aims ueivuire, oy
Gianthiun, the dam M Flee'wm Stead, ko. li
omed. a chesnut horse." was foaled .m 177r, and
after running several years, he stood to mareaand
-became the a;i of a great many rt. rate horses
in England end America. Y: , .- . "
'i Good and extensive'pasturagt has been procur
ed, with aenarate inclosarea for mares and eolts.
Mwes will o fed with grain on reasonable terms,
. which must be paid ior w ben Uie mares are taken
i'awar. - All nossible attentjoo and esre will be tar
keinf mares; but the subscriber, will not be res-
, ponsihle tor accidents oresraptr of any .inu ....
The subscriber, residinif m Bovdton.Will pat
rmmediute atteuuon, ahd return anau4 to all
- letlur that may beaddrcsi't'j huu. --
. - . EI.TSHA laird.
' " ' . ' ', w '.JIgmt for John & Stephen,
Hoydton, Va. ni'rrb It), la i u w
v : - TUL'.STAR.
Ani Vrf -Ccrn:;na Slatt Gazelle,
IV.Ul.eJ. weci.ry,byV . .
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TXR MS. Subscription, (kree dollar prt aa
"- Ns fr? i scat wUbovt at leaai
M W li J'l ia atirure, and as paper Lmua
litvaed, but at the PtKioa of tUe tdKor, aulrnaM
srrearjrea are paid. JJwrna,.aot f
eeum; IfWe lmei Wr-ned iJ.ne Imtsk Jn
dil!r, aad tnrty-fia reata far rarn eimtlni.
sure. AH letter to the vdiuira taut be fm$
P1 ' ., w . V V f-
V Tie antdertined bekf annrnrrlrd Commit4ea
n to lay cfftl.e to a of JALKSOV, at Nortu
smptna Court House, N. C. a ill offer for sale the
lots tttereia en the premiers, oj Monda the 4th
day of Jnne neat, be( the int day ot the Count
V Ceart. ' ' -
i CK$0?1' s situated in the vicinity of the moat
fertile tan) on Uie Kuanoke, and ia the neifHibor
bond wher larre auantitie of all kinds it tjr
done is rviardt about 14 miles from the town of
tlalirx,2S from Bclfi.-ld, Va. 22 from Miirfree.
boro'. and is wkhk four or ire miles of Brlr-rn"l
ferry oa Hoaaoke, to whith place boats cm aneend
at almost all seasons ot the year, except when the
river is unommnnhr tow ; and ia considered to be aa
healthy as any aitaatMn of the kjnd tn Uis low
eoantry. Terms of sale wul be made knoww os)
tbeabevadar. . ' '. --i
kJ ,vvm. Moony, , . , 4"j
- . JOHN rtJtxXJK, "I ' -
ft COLIJV W HAR?TES. KCmm: i
' K JOHN B.x JOHDAJJ, ' I '
.March 20, 182?. , - , I ; .iMOw,'
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: ; : .bueltp b.vxo, . j '
v The iritrotluctiob of a pew aod Valu
able product of the soil into our conn trj,
under anj circumstanf es, could not fait
to; proVe. highly odvantageom to , our
agricultural latftest..; But in the pre
sent depresed valui, of '; the, agricul
tural staple of our state, the importance
of the addition of a new product of the
soil, constituting a considerable article
of consurnptioDi the "supply jtf which is
eiclusivelj foreign, would bednublj ea
hanccd and in proportion to the, bene
fjis which would result trom Us sgecess
ful cultivation, sKould be thai cxertiop
of the ttgriculturalists to give to it a fair
and full experiment In these dajs of
peace and plenty, jhe man, wiw mases
two blade$. of grqts grow, tohere one
grew lre, )fioi o .much entitled ,to
tbe cnaracter. ot a jeniacior. as ,ne
who should tje So fortunate as to intro;
ducp into pr.ontable cultivation .some
new product .the. soilvwhich would
adord, ample remuneration for. the. .la
bor bestowe'd on its cultivation. 'fc-very
day urnixhes some new deyejopemerit
of toe rich resomces'of our .country--and
unfolds the capacity of our soil and
v4mate Jo brjng forth eyery arietji.of
nrnduclron. calcuiatea to , lusnisicr to
the necessaries and Iqiuries of this life.
It is nolt a long time, sinjs the cultivati
oq of Cotton lias bt-en introduced into
the, tintteu Slaves; wwur comparative
ly a few yeais its circulation has exten
ded until iLhas beiin the gifial sUple
" In 1798, a member from South Caro
lina stated in the house of represehta
tives .of the ..UnhH", Statcs.V that the
people of tlve suMihera ."sjates , intended
to euniv-ajeVottbrij andarrdedf ir")1tf
mi could be procured, he hoped they
might succeed : ? Dtba'tes of t;oi)gress;
voti.'!;- p; 79. 4.4 ' 'jrT 't''.,r-
' ' Prior ttt 1802, the Cotton wool lex-
ported from, the United. States,; was
blended with that of other countries, no
discrimination Vas made of its rigio
On the average of fife years, from 1 802
to 1806, Cotton ot American growth an-'
nuallr amounted to 42,147,653 tbs.in
1817 it amounted to 85,649,328 ltw.
Scvbert.': At the present '' period 'the
noaniitr'tof' cotton produced in the Uni-
ted States, 'is more than, quadrupled,
aiid m cultwatjonriMi--- been gradually
exfendetfjai ar north as Virginia;
I The important etje fits whith have
resulted- ftonr the cultivatiob of cotfonj
rtie sbecess tif wliich in 1798,; waf con
sidered probleinatUal, may irt some dt?
tree' be realiied itt our "state by the in
troilUCHOn JOl ,me vuuivuiiou ,ui suwuui;
tobaCLO nowns 1y the name pf th.e
liuelto Mbaxo, frtmi; whichv :the Jbest
quality ;,t)f-.the; Jlanaba segaf are
; fcome good ieed" lias been1 procured
by the '- enterpVrz ' of Joeob May land
and t o: of the cityof Philadelphia, and
beta psd in he C.
that Mr. 4; our
negocutir.g a Tr
ttU it to be iii' i
growth of the iii
i.:.-eiip ti J. h.
teasels.'' Uft'juisu i
for exportation. -
i , i.vi-iiut.
v In. h Uie LX
11 ot in thesr
u been raised
iOiout cootiJmWe dlfSru'ty at, '
expente.- Thry aave is this airru-
un been influenced by tha patriotic
m.una oi aDiinlir to u.e Iarmers ot
this coootry, the oj-portsoitf of eotich
ing thrmaetrrs by the raliivatioa f a
pUnt which has beca the.soorcs of iut
Lent wraith ta the ceanlry in pbich
it growth hit hitherto been exclusive
lTcor.Bned. .v , .' ;
tyrtctianijitt th$ evltun of U Eutlft
Jlbaxt TUhjcco. -
-The toil must be tolerably rood,
light, sandy or gravelly, the land pee.
pared, the serd sown, and the tobacco
planted, in the time way sj common
tobacco, tut not too much apart, say in
row of shout 4 fret, and each plant about
from 18 to 24 inthes. . I have seen il
Sf only li inches distance, but this
mot be 'regulated according to the
tjuallty the soil., v'-, .7 v -
i hen .the tobacco ia ripe,,' (wbicbls
tested -when the deep green begin, to
acquire a yellowish csst) the stallf is
vut iu pieces, so as q have two leavei
on each piece, riding them1 on poles
rilaced in the field for, the purpose, e
evated fcffew feet horizontally Trom
Ihf groandjOn these ptles the to
bacco ia allowed to remain until it v iits,
but nq lorrcr,'1 as jthe surt would dam
age it considerably, ..It U tht'U remo
ved (on the poles) to the curinf- house.
or barn, and there hung up," leaving
room tq walk below the lower tier. -It
here remains until the atera ia ner
fectly dry, after "which on the first rai-
y day! the atmosphere having suffi
ciently softened the leaves, so they can
be handled without breaking, .they4 are
taken down from the sticks, or poles,
and thrown into a bulk, where the?
lie nntil the planter is ready, for mar
ket. The Hayes are . then f tripped
from' the stalk, picked and' tossed ac
cording totality, that is the wrapper
leave ;apart, by themseiresi they are
then tied! by the butt end of the sulks
into the' smaller bundles, (called baud)
of 3 leaves each, four of which bun
dies' are. again tied into larger ' ones,
(called carrots) and the carrots very
slightly pressed and packed iu boxei of
about 00 lb'. each.--'.-'v &K4
? The -seed" should b4 town in Febry
afy.er March, in two 1eds, one in law
dry ground and -the other in the wootis,
in order to have twa nurseries) .-or dou
ble chance of success, that in1 the woods
is likely to prove the besU whifh should
be prepared by burning dry br?sh about
tWo feetdeep and scraping the ashea off
The 'ground, then.dug siialloWiaqd well
raked o as the earth shall b4 completely
pulverized.. ' With each table jspoonful
of the .seed mix a galUia of tae ashes,
tiiat it may be sown more cvenjover the
beds,' which' will yield plants Sufficient
fur two acres of land: when at the size
pf arr inch, the plants are siuWble for
4 tMfjact the
best tobacco grown in the slandpf Cuba
called. ISutllo Jibaxo, fujr J sali at the
manufactory, of acob Maylanl & Co.
north west corner f liace and 'i inrd
streets,' Philadelphia. v;i7
-Th& subscriber' having been commis-
sioe by kssrs, ' Jacob' MajUnd &
Co. ttt purchase for the m ib; thel Island
of Cuba -direct frptn the, planjrs,: a
la-igeqaantity of 4ht si'tgh -frtced and
very superiolp tobacco fop- fcegafg, has
WitliTgii".irScu3t j-f iei'iiyib)' -fo
procur- nbout (SfpUnds ,of the seed,
which be now -oflef s for sale aa above in
bottles dbtainirig fremne-,fonr
ounces to actouitMuyaw ptirriiairni-ti
generally' succeeuss pest in ricn, sanuy
or gravelly !soil prod ucing y-sry superior
crops, ,,V hicU always command the
highest price, t As he expects to visit
tiavana once a year, in 'time to make
pu rchases of the atxite kinds of tobacco,
he, will, if aufficieot'eocouraeetnent be
afforded 'him by .the i farmers of ! this
country regularhrifttroduce a supply ol
fresh aeMaSrV-v K -4
Jacob Mayland ,& Co.r who entered
them at the. custom house', will at all
tinie't guarantee being genunrf.
rv.orVyr-)kyrw JHfte crop 6f tint
tA touisiana paper states,, (cnrel
W ftde lianipton has three ijugar.piau-
f ations' Dn (the ; W ississippl, beiow llo;
naldsbri, uppn whicb 300 bands are ein
proyed,vwbb make ilii-, vearJOOP hhda.
of 180 lbs. each; worth, in NeW -Or
leans, at the erdnary f nce of f cents
per lb. &894600 The .General, -howe
ver, snipping his own sugar. u ine ,oor
thern tnaikets, estimates iiis neit reve
nue, this year, irota bis Louisiana plan
tations, at glWjWHM f-; ;'
-Judge Carher has, on the Sliss'iip
pir oniMMite to Donaldson, 70 acres ol
cane, hands employed thirty, quantity
of sugar" made, ' l;2Q hhda. wen hit'g
each About 1200 lbs, worth say felO,
1nan1i RinrnMlt AH triA TtflVOIl I.a
foutche, about ftile below. Donald
oa.f1y arpenfs'tf cane, hsnds cm
Joved twelve, qnautity of sa;ar made
40 Lhtla. worth sav XvSOO. '
P. Aubert, aboa't 40 miles below Do
nal.ltoo. en the Bayou Lafoarthe; 150
rprnis e? cane, hands employed Z7,
ugar mitt iw WkT. Weijrhini each
a aa a 0 .m .
uut taw 10s. werth say gU,5tO. ' '
jpOM THft COXTLNE.N f OF tVJtOPt
... " " " r
Tbt following is a framlation of a
d-fsuliorv debate in the French Cham
ber of l)tiaties, in which a subject,
that had put all Paris in a ferment, tyj.
touched upon by the Libersl nienibers,
in enumeiating the offences of the Min
istry.. ,Ve allude to tlie refusal of M.
d'Apponi.tJie Austrian Minister, to be
stow upon several of the French Mar.
shals,' the titles conferred upon them bv
uonaparie.ami uosequeotiy CQnbrmed
by theJj:harter-ATaf. ha. ' '..;"' '.'
Ikba't tn the Frenoh Chamber bf De
puties, on . thi conduct of (he Jiutlrian
S V . A ' . ? '
fljuutierr-a private petuion, praying
for the removal of certain taxes. havlnr
been tailed np, M. Cassimii Perrie r op
ptM.ru . on me grwuna that nearly two
months bat) elapsed since the Chamber
had been convened, and the Budget had
not yet been, d iscused. .. He observed
that it" had been -plan of the" Minis
ters t;o reqder the tlistussion of the.
Budget almost impossible, by introdu
cing it at the very close of the sessidn.
laving entered at some lensth into the
merits of th petition, an J tommented
upon the, cotjition of the country, he
said, ,: ..... ,v,..- . u Y
" w t must not allow ourselves rUT to be
hille-J to' sleep by v pretended prosperity,
merely the fictitious result bf taxe ani) im
posts, which do not belonirtoatimeof ncace.
nd which we, nevertheleas, allow to remain.
And, also, we may remark that, aoi withstand
ing' the imposts upon game and lotteries,
which toil our budget we ' cannot, and I ap
peal fo the speech from the -throne, supply
all the demands of the public aervice.' . i
'u I maintain that,' for theao reason, gentle,
men, it i time to examine W this bottom pur
finaopial situation, which constitute the basis
of power in 'modern Ptate, to enable its to
puce ourselves in a conaMtion to sustain
with firmea our exterior relations, 1 We have
heard serious complaints uttered in this Halt
oa the occasion of the discussion of the Ad
dress to the Throne . We cried out against
the weakness of our Ministry we reproach,
ed them with the pusillanimity of their poli
cy, which had been unable to maintain the
diirnity of France, in it foreiirn relations.
w iur :us, (ciiiiviivii, ,sv! napiace MiVLo-
venues of the ,Stter and to prevent the
ministers jrom coiiuminfr, aunng peace,
those recources which: consutute our power
In war..:'" w49k-& w-':-; w .
It is this false financial position which, in
dependent of the conduct of the ministry, re
duces us to the condition of hpldina; a char
acter witn loreign states,, merely uncertain
and vacillatinir. In this. we behold tl.e sc.
cret of tb bumiliatidn iand i the . outrages
wnicar ranee espenences every aay iiucu
disapprobation.ii. tho centre,, and ihterrup.
Uon.)4 , yy0n '.. .-.' .'i'
,', Yes, gentlemen, exclaimed the orator, and
these humiliations the ministers themselves
have tevesled to this Tribunal They are
forced to avow to us here tijat otlier powtis
contemn tlieir counsel. It it is not so, why
do we see, in times ot peace, the 1-rusaianj
wrest from us, witb impunity, and by force ot
arms, the villages of France, and throw into
prison the vei magistrates appointed by Jhe
Kinf (Genenal sensation: whitptring in the
centre.). f,SjKSf, i't M
Behold, erentlemen, (resumed the honor
able orator) the reason why, in the! heart of
tuie capital, -ana in ine uce pi uie in rone,
we have seen a foreign. Ambassador refuse
to srive 'to our Marshals the titles of honor
and of glory, consecrated by the Charter, and
gaWitsd in twenty pitched battlesl" , (Great
commotion mine AsseiiiDiy.; cf ?
. de. VUlele, who was alone 'an the Mini.
isterial seat, demanded the Hoor. After much
Uimult lgrinK which W. how land d'Eroe-
rule endeavored, irt vain, to wake lumsei!
heard M. de Villele ascended the tribune.
and answered the arguments and imputation
of M. Perner.sofar as tbey related to the
oelay ot, the discussion upon the liuugct. .:' '-,
.. il. Benjamin Conatant tollowed, and main.
tained Uie ground taken -by M. Ferrier.
"The multiplicity of laus winch overwhelm
the Chambers this session, will forcti ua to
go-over the Budget without, any dehberate
Uiscujuion a tiict which is so much Ihe more
deplorable, as, in truth, jthere never arose, in
uciuug oi ,iie nuances, questions 01 a more
serious or more nailiful nature. We have en-
deayoredapd we shall do SO again to see
whether it is proper, to conlide the tuud ol
the country to an internal Administration,
who loilow a course ueitructiye 01 our pros
perity,' u Veil as of all our guarantees) and
we ahall demand, also, why our foreign poli
cy . exposes u to Insults, which, hitherto,
France Jhitt 'not been accustomed to sutler.
For, Surety, the monarch who gave the first
example,, ty'outray e to warrior covered with
glory, would nut Live hazarded the contro
versy" ol the titles which his son-in-law be
stowed upon them, bad he not counted upon
the weakness, the pusillanimity--pej-bups the
vvuiuihivcvi uur Uillliswij,. - -1 i' . ... '
have a riii lit to comuhiin when the labors ot
the' session are so arranged, as to Hicep out
of. vitw the discussion of a law which aioae
couuteracta the power of Uie ministry, and
which dispose ot the property of taxable
citizens, and of the substance of the People.
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, W hy do we continue tq call this S war-tax,
which we return in times ol peace! l is an
imposition upon , the taxable (.Murmurs
in the -centre.) . Yes, gentlemen, it creai.es
in their minUs es,cb year, an illusory hope:
they are persuaded ttutt such Impottj art) to
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be ohkWit At least, we e-i'r1 1 Jo 3 ' "
Ihmgi by Ihet rsl ssitirt. If In. m piia
to be sfiaanUtLsed, U should be abade a peace)
U,fa a longer mock the prop ,ib a free.,
dom i hicsi they have oC-n t,vn roit.d, . ." v
but tie anaenoeof whicbrUractcrcs, at the
presewt day, all the arts, a-i the propo-u.ons, '
ail the r.-tsurea of the t veruineou (Re-
newed n utnurs from the centre ) . -. ,
1 will tnish with one word upon the last '
Isaenioa of the Freaident of the t ounci). .
lcVrben a ttuuaier concJutUa, b," .
cause the preduct of in. posts tipoa imiastrv ''
increase, that those iropoets are not oocroua ''
I would -.k, and I would press it apoa your '. -mitxla
-d not the Minatry say contUiaally, .
that funded property is exorbitantly charged,
and nettvitstanding the imposkion by wichi - ' '
it isburthened, the duties are nguhsriy paidj . , v
The payment of the impost proves either
that the Government ha its hands the ; '
power to conspel their payment, or that the , '..
people, notwithstanding their utieriiiEs. are
disposed to respect the hi but it is, by no 4'
means, a proof 04 prosperit) : ami i am boia
to aa that the word priipentf is painful and.
revokinr to the undersiaud.ua-, at a moment
when we know that our commerce iavintv
state of increasing dutressi that Uirough th ..
fault of the ininistry, industry 1 pararyted, ' '
the outlet of our trade Scale J up, and all ' . ' -
tnoso wbo nave enteied into specntations,
both honorable and ust-ful to France, are)
entargled in inextricable' embarrassments.. i, ,
and in uncertainties most diaastroua to their.,
fortunes ami to the interests of the country, ' '
(Denials from the centte. bcveral Voice '
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: Thn. behur known as a war tai. there la
duplicity in its present denomination a ta
the denial of the titles of the conquerors of
F.urope,K has occurred tiuouga wnt ot die
nity, weakness, or connivance..-Al to tho '. ; .
ptitperih of the country to pronounce that
wotJ inoheniidst of the (reneiwl surieriuir, ia .
a gratuitous and cruel drruuon" .. (Ureal a '
gitation.) , 7 i t ''. "... '" v
. , The Minster pf Fioance, (Villele) reascen -ded
the tribune. 1 The cries of aueuon
question, . f.af Hmr.J hioh had been re-
newed,.. wei e instantly hushed.) The UiSj v
cuseion wmcn nas taxen place, said h - -
eellency, may perhaps be productive of use'
ful resulls .it furnishes us with an occasion, . . '
to. answer tha inconsiderate attacks which, .
have .been directed mwssanily agtluat us. . , -
itlioiit any plausible motive, and upported-- -
by reasoning -evident y fulse. Ferbaps, also,' ,
it wijl authorize ua to retort upon our adver - .
aariea, the reproach which they have -cast at ,
us in accusing u "of a Want pj IrbefaLty ,' ' "
iFrbm the centre Ah! Ah'.J . ". . -,v.,.; ' ?,
I He here demoded tae retention of the.
impost in question, on the ground of its be-- '
ng one qtiarter of the"auiii yearly raised, to 1
apply upon tlie payment of Uie debt con." : ,
tracted during the war, tor. wlich it: was first
imposetJLJ- , ' . -r '" )
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.' w A aingular, digression. ' continued the
Minister, his brought into this lisc'ussion, a, 1
question ppon which I am pleased at being - ,
called 'to-explain myself, tUemonsiratious
of attention, j The Otivernment of the Kuiff ' :
ha been reproached, tor not having exacted -from
foreigners the recognition of tftleS
Whir.h onirinuiicl 'under auuthar alminiatrA - 1 4
iion, ('rtgime.jM : upon that subject xir .--.V.'-!
cureatances have been ricalled, upon whtchv '
all discussion ia at least useless. This is the "'
truth of tho 1 matter wtucn Das agitated the ; -
tnljunau : PJU Power has any neht to exact
from France, that titles, sanctioned by thq, )
Charter, shall be taken away from those who ' - -
possess tht-in. But, neithet has France the " '
power of imposir.ir upon a foieierr Govern
ment the obligation to recq, niio titles and, A .
qualeations borrowed from localities, which-
m winjcr naae a paf u our icriurjf ior . -
by that alonft tiould those fitiea be contest.
ed "C Several voices on the left "And bjr '
the treaties!" Confused excJauiaUonB, anda' ''
long interruption, C '-V ; ,
1 reneaU srentleman. resumed M. de VII.
tele, in a louder tone, I am very happy to Lave) ,
the opportunity-to explain myself on this sub
jeeti and 1 repea,.that there exisu no power, ,
40 exact from Fjiefice the . atimilmcntot jthe tl-' .'
ties acauired untcno to the Charter, and ri
served by it," But,' on the other hand, Frar.i $
cannot prescrine to any uovtrriment tne re -
cognition of these titles' anuatificationjy'
since they' attach to, locaJftMt,vb quentljf
separated from our, territory. (Rene m ed aim ' 1
itxt'snf iAnd berei--jfeutlcA,ti'''rtt't'tiio: " "
It it to be remembered that an Ambassi 1 1
dor; in bis jn?el, s in hi tun eauntry. , Else ; '
where, among us, be is in t rance. (Negativo -murmurs
and interruption) 1 think 1 have stat :
ted the question as it should be.' The prirw ( ;..
ciples winch 1 have luid down, are inrontestsv; . -
ble.-, T hey will suince to t on U.e circum ''i :"
stances to which allusion .. -s been made.
TheV will sjio,er to those who in-.nu tlis v
Government of having concurred in acts cab ' i
euiated to impair the national honor and digs, ' . -
nity. l he wboie attair bus occurred: within '
ihe limit of acknawledged riirlita; because. -' . "
I repeat, if it is an exaction which no foreign " 1
country can impose oil Fiance, it is ftlsou hat t
r ranee cannot unpose.tmny ioreign couir ,
The Minister then defended the assertion "
which he had formerly made, that the pros ; .
perity of the country was!' 'reaunff., V ' '
Gen, Sebastians next ad... s5ed the assem
bly, lie cpif ssed si ttulw opinions as to tha .- . ,
discussion of the Bm'-fet with Mt'Ss, Jl'errier " '. ,
and Constant. In relation to the titles ot the - . .
Marshals, he's ii; " i has.; en to arrive at the) - s
political 'i'lestionj and I decl 're that lcanimt v,
suppress painful s-nsuLion, which 1 dou'us- " '
not, you, ,unUemen, also parta'xe .Of with me, V '
What! do we- recognise in an Ambassador v : ''
from a fottis Court, the injurious rir.-htofsex 4 -1 :
fusing to acknowledge, v hile Within oua , ,
walls, in our very faces, titles, the ptseasion . -.--'
of which has betn solemnly guarantied to usf- '
II Jrou fstablmh a pi tccdent Lke this, herefat
ter the Austrian Minister may refuse you the '
very titles Which you hold from the King, 'X . ..
He mny arrogate to himself the right ol pro v
testing against all the acts ot the govo.rnnieufi
of misconstruing thein, and setting them at ' ';'-.,?:
defiance! Agnation continuidly increi.unj .' 3
murmur in the centre.") " t ". t .
- The titles, which the power in question has '
dared to attaint, are adorned wtl an iriinmr--
tal fame, to which the Charter has added a -
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