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Fill I) AT,' DECEMBER , iSao
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jffBiKLT, BT LCOAS & HAR-
' ' ' VEY '
L ef Sufiicriptton t Three aouars pei
. .neMtf obepd advance K-
'rtobesant.nfipd Ionjer man tnret
t,hs if:cr a year's svoscnpuon di
"cenJS pcl' subiequent insert ion : md
v .jiooofti'm '.vliere there is a greater
..twrut lne than touneeu. Tlie caib
accympan) Crora those persons un-
m io tin! euiiors.
ablV until tt-'morroTt Oil the rd-fmer Rbert, ijuKles, Sanfurd, Tichenor,
(loit of Mr. Holmes, ,i Maine, and
Trimble, Wilson. 18.
, Tuesday, December I
- Mr. Tiimolc presented aev-.r:!'
petitions frotu citizens of Olit ,
purchasers of public lnU, prai i
relief in the same 'erms and ot tlie icuijili a.iut it.
same character as petitions liereto- .v'l.-u, oa miiion
fore pre-iented by Mr. 1. and other" of Virginia,
fromntizens'-if he western si ate. l'he tloune ailjournl.
Mr. Noble presented a similar Tuesday, December 12.
iir .1 me eonsiiWatto.i of the reiulve
leclriux tbe o(liniiou gf (he atale
ofMusouri into the Union
Mr. A. mylli, of Virgiuia, deli
. ered a speech of two hours length
in support ot it. and Mr. strong, oi
New kork. a tpeeeu of one huure
I he Senate went into the consid
eration of Executive business ; af
ter hscli it
Adjourned to It o'clock tomor
row. .- ;
- .. ' Saturday, Die 9, ISJO.
Mr. Tictiei'M- e w nj iicutH'l to the
"Senate a preamble ami sund'- reso
lution of lUtf Legislature of Vertunt.
nptltl in rpiiin CllnilrV inliaUirilia 'til Tlio Kiu-ui' la . li.i lnlnr I lie
Uen'reaeM&tive in Louitresi ' .. . - jr T . , ,
f om that tuttr. toxert their intlu
enco to prev'.'iit the udmissionof iiti
iUiout payment of at least 1 iuri into the LThiou, uuiei I he to-
iia.Jvancc: nd no discon inuance with-: lemtioo of slavery Uiei eiu he prohi
The hour for takin.e; uo the orders
of tlie dy not having arrived, 1
The Sannte, jii m tion ol' Mr.
tuvment H' arreurs, unless at the op.
ioaflUhe eJitois. -
TliursJaif, Dec. 7, i82i.
allium, i tie fti-ndte then resun
iue ennsiaraiion orthe rBolun-in
ilie diain oo of Musouri into
Urijoii : ihe question bemj on thi
j)ltio j)fuii offered yes-erdiy
frovihu, That nothing herein
itait be no enoiitrufu as
bilfd ii it eoDtitation, and sad eon- WtHnms; of - Tenn. went iiiin con
stitution rendered coiforaiabi tolho. sidervttiinvf ISxecutive business,
comtuution of the United Slates ; 6c
the a I'd l icU'iient was read. .
Xi&icmrt - The senute resumed
th'i eoniiKratiou of ilia res-ilutiou d
el iriut (he oiif -nt fif Oiureus to
i he mliinsmoo of the suits of Mn
saari. :vlr. Holmes, of Maine, addressed
the Senate an hojr aJ a half in do
ftfuee of ttie icceptaaee of iht tat-,
and tit its admission into the Uaiua.
vlr. O , of M lsactiuseits, tjok
the other id and pUe tibout an
War of a plan Jntwliich tlw array
may red ace, I JU09 neu ; made
in uiiedtence to a ics.duiiou ol' this
housfe of ttif- i t h f -.May last.
Missouri. The HJU3ti aain re
and remained asiiort time in pfivate solve I Usell'li'ttr a co ii cittee ot the
LieisMiUii'e ol v OaroUiia.
tVednesday, Deq U.
The resiguaiiou oi Jjuu. Carot
lirigdier U jjeral f tlie lOiu bri
gade, "was ieCSd aud acfepied. J
' On uiutiun Mr. Mobaue, tba j
uominillee on the public Uod uld ia '
tie vieioiiy of t,aligu, were lusuuet- ,
ed to eklSairo " into the propriety of i(
irtdinM M...r.A ruu.nfllli. .i.mtiuiilli,
uon to tu0 c iniisioiierswoowei,ft'ci
uonloved in laf md off and "acinus' v?r
said: fcudi . f! VA 'A Zf
On motion ofMr Welch." the com a ;
(i aisti)n o" .lmotm. The Sen
ate having resu'n 1 t.ie iMimdera"""
tion of L '.isl.ttiwe tmsitiess n. re
solution declaring the ni(i-ent oi'
Congress tu tue .tdiuitin ii t!ia
stnteof Sl'-i ui'i into the (J ii iH w n
read a third ?ii!ii. and thf isti ri
stattid ..' Su.ill .tit re ilai'n uui"
1'Iip qutv-ition oi'ina; thou pu: the
Resolution vn usned and sesit to
wuolci Mr. Nelsoir,' ot V irgima,!
in tue chair, mi the rci du.i hi for
ad'uiitintr the jtateof Missouri into!
tue Uni n.
.Alr. M'Lane, of Deliwarc, oc
cnpie I Me ii or two hours in sup
port ol loe pa'jiagvj of the rosolu
AIi'. Mallaij, of Vefitioiji, do
livered his seutiineutH at large de
cidedly against the adiDtssion of the
4 ihe sent of Ooaijrfiss to uy hoiir aariinsl admitting i he sum with the House of lliiivsotitatives for state umlei its present constitution
Iviiion hi tue eo'Htjiuiirtu of iis- f,- eoiHtituiton which it had subaiit- concurrence ; and Mr. Eustts, of Massachusetts.1
Ifi, if aiiy sucti there he, whieti ted i Cougress . when. i i he Semtir adj mrnd. Hub.ni.tcd. at considerable Ini'th,
fareaemiiat .aJ .iui- coiisu- -.ir. ui buur oi v irinia, presum- Titarsduu. December 14. th reruns wh rii r.msr, :.in.vl i.i.ri
Mr. N-it)l! siu:uit.ed the lollow
llesoivcJ, .That the committee on
Public Laud b , .instructed t ni
quire iolo the expediency of author
j 0f uii-United "ii ttes wnie i de- jng that aooie other goutlemaii luijjht-
isins; tlie saie, and to reduce the
rei thai the euia ;ns of each desire 10 deliver ois seuti'neiiis.oo Uiu
leJiall be enutled to all privi- question, moved an udjourameut,
e mid iiiimuaiiies of eilizuns in an.l.
er?ral Hiaie." 'i"he Senate adjoiirofil.
,ii.h.iVig, ut Xew-T t;K, observed, Jtunduy, Dec it, 1820.
Li trii UCt'itlon llii'l DCOll UelerreU .Mjnri l:nnititnti ,u riu nn-
Udayai hi rtust.' F..r him- ale iin re.umed i he consideration of Prirw ' ".certain section of laud.
f, tie e.uIJ dMCtuer no sood eaeet',te resolutioa deeiari'iif the atseat of uweiolore reserved lor the laiure
eli lae proviso would pridue.. Co-)ress to the admission ' of ike disposal- of Uooffress, siuiat?; and
adeelarattoncould not weaken ,taie of Missouri into the Union. being within that pa tof t.he Cin"iu-
elTjcUitho reugnniit anio n of .ir. Eaton, of Fennessee. said, nati district which lies in Indiana,
tunsiilu'ion adopted by Missouri, before the tieuate nrocoeded to a final" Si.n r.rivattt hilk ft urc in nitre -ic.
alier in any reseet, he ciiuceived, Tie upon the resolution, would tetf'on and (to allow time for swnc
us a. ii. riuiasiuu uz&iii 10 ouer mo a- oiornti.xw h i sni'a um ii
I 7 Hi vi i I.. itvrii.ii. X i.e.. 'vi.
,. " . HdVIII
to oppose the ad nia ion of tlie Hta'.d
with a coostittition' containing ( iir
priru-ipl.? embraced in its 20 h arti
cle, tela he to the '.vi lu-ioii ol fret'
C'doted people tVin the state.
The committee "then lose, on the!
mot. inn of Mi. llercher, of Ooi ,
(so nc oilier gentlemen also rising Jones, the house refused to qoiiear
nutee'oo Coorouee Uudswer m-
siraeted to eriautreiiio lie epdi.isft
ct oi auiuorutoz ;uo eaaniy eouno . g
ay wbod io : ppii in t co in n i M t b us rf ,
lo' tay off f ifliwo by (ne name of Fi
linV7oo the l00 acres of lands feerT- ', .
ed for that purpusa ia the land lately
aeqtitred by treaty.' filfv?ri"'
Mr. J. U. .vlcDitrell mofed to in
struct the Judiemiy etiintnitt'ee to en-' :t- ,
quiro into the expediency of organs
io ho county tuuits in such way as , . t,
io uuthunso five justices ia each eoua-
y in hold, courts, and receive there- . ".
for a eompensaliou. Not acreed.
Mr. Cameron made a report. ex-
planatory of the liss which has been
sustained in the remittance of a usa-
of money to Leghorn, inpurt pay ,
inent of ihe statue of tVasiunsfion.
wnieh vtm concurred with ., .; 7 "
fter two uoxuecesful ballotiDgfor
a Judge, Mr. James Mar in'a uams
was ivitliuiawn, when another ballot-
ing iook place, ana it appearea
Georg B. Udilger was elected by a
majority of one vote, and was so ro
no ted ; but on moiio of Mr, H A. V
(iie4tioo as it already stood
tiie Senate, concerning mo
itiau oi Hie ne stale, lie mere- lubuutted. aud reieeted. This, ha
could not, viewing it as he diJ, believed, was strictly in order. The
st to tins proposition. reieetion of the proviso heme belure
I'be nu-sliou was luen taken on -the Senate, in committed of the
ftiug Mr Katun's proviso, and whole, did not nreveat it trom beinx
Ldefcided iu the uegaav-oy. yeas considered, now ttiai .the resolution
nav, as loliows YliAS 21, was reoorted to the S-oate. Mr. K.
AtSil. then Alf red the follawin? amend.
Toe nueitbu being then stated on oietit to the resolution:
e resolutioa itself. , P,.,,y !d. I li tt nnthinm herein l"'?
Alfv iwUvlVU 01 ionu vatiui.cij--. . , , -, .ak.- -
mj.l i im hiii nonpatent of tue sub- iv the assent oi tjoiuresii
little fcusines9 left on the ta-j
The Senate atljouwied to Monday.
House or Repiiksentatives
TiursLty, Use. 7, IHO,
Jt-iS)iitti..Via House thou 're'-.
s Ived itself in'o a oommittee of ho
m hole, Mr. Nelson, of Virgioa, in
tboenair, on the rexolution ducltr
to itotaio (he 11 tor ;) and
rat tl ose, adioui'iie.- ...
Thursday. December I I.
The foil wing letter fiom 'he Se
crciaryol War vv.ts received & read :
Wjlv IX-pitrtment, i
Uii IKcombcr, 1320 S
Sir : In answer to that pirt-of
the resolution of the house of Rep
reseiitativejj of t!ie 9th insf. n-quir-ing
t,hjs Department. to show wheth
cr the order given by Colonel King
of ihe 1th infantry, for shooting!
deserters taken ;n the tact, was ap
proved by any general officer in the
'he admission of Missouri iota serviriMif ifie UuiteS
ettl .I l.a't S a tua t.t l.lit. lTninn.
.V 'J .. , .. .
nth the report, on t!i ground of
some unfairness in the election ! The
s object is referred to a select commit
The fallowing bills were present
By Mr. Iredell, a bill concerning
usury ; Mr. Scott, a bill to amend an
act passed in 1818, for the better re
gulating county court officers ; Mr.
Khring aus, a bill to establish an
academy in. Elizabeth t'ity, and a.
bill to establish separate court of
pr -bate in Pusquotanbf county. .
These bills were passed their first
it-ontd lo-tnorrow which motion provision ia the cons itution iofMis- 4
:e41teil, BUU 11 pus.jiuuv, w- 'uri, II aJ iuv- w ' v -v,
which he deliverei
wards of two hours' time,
Till'. ll3jUUIlI UOSSIllUUO.v.
The amendment off 'ed ny Mr.
contravenes that clause in the eonsti
itution of the United States which de
clares that ' the eitizeus of each
' mate shall be enuiLd to all p ivi-
uion hiving beeo uegatived. leqps and immunities of citizens in
Uie (pieiiou wus stated m oraof- ,jie ieVeral stules."
Site ivsoLilion to a third reailmg, Aanattt aivideA nn the amend-
aJtn)?entleuiao ruing to oiler any d lfflepp roe iQ ia favof 33
members, and it was agreed lo.
1 he question thea being on order
ing (he i-esoluuou to a third reading, ;
as amended. , I
Mr Vlorril, ofNew II am pshirej j.p ol vc J jeif itlto a co.n.ni t of
rose and delivered a si.eech ol uearly . ... , ....
ca...g, '. ... hllr(i irttlffth against the rasolu- w,,,,,l V" " : "r
long delaiued by the embarrass- o
cient, that the Secretary hal -beguu ,
ealllbe yeas aud oays. and one Mr. Macon followad this, speecn
hv him. stand in the aejence -4oi ,ilft- resolution directing tiem to en-
said Colonel, I haie to enclose an!(lliire in( (be expediency ol apply-
the lettcrUf MaiorJjen- iu,ai,( h imriion of the surplus mo
rose. The speech eral Jackson, on i hat subject, whichj,,ey to' the treasury, as can with
rod. neeunved on- i r:im nitfcd to the House nrintv lc snared from the current
..... . , r 1... 'i .
Keprfseiit.'uivt s wun mo copy ui i.irc
n I Kne, ana vtitcii is
Miarki. the Sue cUrv had com
" . .
itiacd taking Hie votes, when Mr.
i.riij, l tiiiode island, aaureseo
lr. fl i.i alternating to rise &
kijreis toe f ri'side.it, found his sur-
taut eiiausied Ov m enair, aud was
very full report.
O.i motion of Mr. Storrs, who de
sired au opoortanily of Mating ihe
reasons whicn would induce him io
vote against Ihe resolution for thu ad
missiou of Missouri
The cimuuitee rose, and the
House adjourned. f
Friday, December 8.
.Vtsaau'rt. Tin house I hen again
trial of Co
published in the nppendex of that
trialrThis extract contains all the
information within the knowledge
of ibis department on that subject.
In relation to '.hat part ot the re
so ution which requites any infor
expenses of the year, reported a Dill
to authorise the treasury pay uvxi
to the Sta-e Bank for deferred pay
ments on stock.
Mr. Iredell, from the Jaoieiai-y
Committee, who were instructed to
renfirt & bill simplify'ini; the modo of
n ocoe'dine agaiojt Binks and other
l . . U.ll . ru.f
.ipi.iir-itient mav possess o 'norauo s. repirieu om i
the rosolu ion declaring the - aamts
fii.ni i.f .Missouri into the Union m
ait equal footing with tho
. . . i. otifpi:-
apooijized to ihe President lution to the select eomcniuee which New-Trk. in
showinc that corporal .punishmen
linn heen inllicted on any s-dd er.
whereby he came to ids death, I
have the honor to Htate, that th on
ly report of that kiud, which has
.reached tin department,, .was ion
a soldier at Fort I'reble. ,
norauo s. repi
late the proeeedmgs in suits agta3t
These bills also passeu meir uibw
kr aut using ouer, by staHiig the reported itf with lustructioos
snoarr ibsiii at, w lieu Mr- Uirbonr, stiirte
out the proviso adapted to-day speech o
motion of Mr Eaton. Mr. signed I
tj' about an hour's length, as-
near. Portland, in .Maine. M jor
Brooks, a correct
. ..tik.it itnti m.
fV'irgiDia, iocuurlj obsorred across on the motion f Mr. Baton. Air. stgneo iiib - "
House, thafihe eoulleman ouatit Macon had no doubt whatever ot iue;(iuuo tiuu w vow. agdinsi
in Teeird U as uu omen of defeat and propriety of t.ie tutted resolution as
.. v . i . J tn ilia urn.
ield toil accordingly ; to wlncu ir. reportea, nu h opposes . o r-
! oiliccr comirij
j i .i
that post, in
her last, reported that the
Mj tday, Det. il.
Mr Locke, from the Judieiary
Comtniitee, lo whom was referred a.
resolution on tbe subject, reported &
bill to amend an act concerning the
rial of slaves in capital cases, pass-
of a soldier, an habitual reading.
d in IS 8, which passed its first
liurrill replied, " 1 fear no omen iu viso
ho iherefre proposed this
)" country 's caus-' J
under Lieut; llobart
r n inniip .if Viriini!i. in n
speech of som.'wt.at greater le.igiii, . - - - ..nfineil bv hi:tl, had cau-
defended the resy uiiou, am you.- (J murh cxri,cmct among the cm
ijcaiii oi a aiiiuu-i, ..,v...-b.
! drunkard, who h id been on a fatigue Mr. Locks, from the same csm--
Barbour concluded, , -
mude of eettin-rid ofit.
.i" i;i i i.: a ... 1 -o..nm.niff In?1 the- .,.a t. fiirhr if Mms'ioim to the
.ur. oar. .ii -a ,.... .tided in th nera- e.:,. r .lmiaji.ni into the Union.
in.h .inst'ad.-nui.S uiso',.roiu'iiu .. .. .. "-" . .
fmi tin. liiilft 1ik iiivd sntjfeen had ""X- i,vt by yea and nays.as ioiiow. . whcn
honied his strength, auU no couiu
add nothing more.if he Wis ied to do ,
J. V - ....ao..'.lRstot-.. L..:.i.-.i i mMfikt his. vi"W9 oathe
triaan. licccmwr o. lmins. ot icnncast . .viain.u r-
The bill pay tuJliw;'is three
percent, ol the nett proceeds of the
sale of the imbiic land in mat state
was read the third time, passed, and
.returned i the other House.
'- TAe Missouri Constitution. The
Senate -then icsumed the cousi Icra-
fion of the resolution dpchring the
ttJoission of the State of Missouri
into the Union on an equatrfodthi
Villi the original states;
cf South Carolina,
and mittee, to wliom was reterreoa rrs-
olutiou proposing to moony or
Atinnrn' the manner of holding our
exrticnicnt among menu-o; -- - . jBt.iieif ue-
i.i i i ,r Sunerior.Cooris, made a aetaiieu
attributed the death of the P P . .red (,
to the conduct of Lieut.
that th civtl authority
vii ,i -Messrs- Burrili.-Dickerson. Kins,. t,e, e seemed not to be a disposition takej ( ) tp affair f()r ipvestigation,
t,f ptlmer!' itoS in any "person o rise. which Lieut. Hobart had 'readily
S'AesUltth. ticaenor. Wd-i . Mr. Smyth o Va. said that l e binitt,(,ljmsi.,f. The report was
hams, of Tennesse, Wlson U. t wished lo prcneiuuw.vi.iws w.it..-
NAYi.-Messrs IJarboar, Urnwn.Chand-
subject, hut Was not prepare!) io uo
Icr. Uana', Kaon, Edwards, Kll.ott Cud- a(ieni),)a, "lie therefore H3
'? SS.of Kt k d that the com nittc, should' rise,
tlicky - Jiilmsoiw of lV)Uis,iina, Ki..,?, of Ma- a,k JcaVe to Hit again.
bma. UoyJ, P-aTHV Pmaneyj I'lcasau. s. T,Q coininitt'e, however,
TalSot l'avlor, Tliomis, iruow
lilOl t . r ...a
IB-WV. ' ' Ard.er. of Va. Haul, that be,
M04tin was theu taken on too." wished to address the House on
ordering !ob resolution", as ameuded, ti,js qUes,.on,' hot was prevented
ro--b!rttgro94ed-iiax.eajiidiiiiijii!tpom- uoing ho wusj-lli.
d was decided in the uRrniative by ,it8nil9itimi. " .
eas aud nay a jouows . . . Another motion lor tno cuunuuicc
accompanied with the enclosed cer
tific.tte of the jury of inquest as to
the correct conduct of Major Brooks
and the other officers of the
I'pl uinn in thn transaction. It
thus apoearine.th.at the affair would
. .... a-k :
undergo an investigation in tue uis-i
tr et Court ot the uniteu oiaies,
tlie depai tineut did not think it pro
per to-order a military investiga
Mr. jamti, oi aoum .' v.-. 9 -Messvs. Barbour, Brown, Chand- lrt rl.,-Wil, neisatived.
tow", and fu a s'peecn ol ra .fe than BauM(, .Edwards, -Eihotv liadurd. iwnir,,. " however:
two hours lcrtXtlr. argued m sup- lIolmes. of m., refusals, the
Srt of the uncireptionable republi- "y, o, . 4r. -rrted the resi
...jnirtpr of the Constitution
V4UUUV r-- ' " . t.t,
Missouri, its coiformity w.th the
1 Constitution of. lite United States-
'.-a ,i- ..:f.t rtf Ihe state to admiS
U IUU lift'" - - , . '
sinn into the UnunW Wh. oheadi
after one or
i iii.. ......a t on t i aijut. a a- ' m . . a .no
rott. .ruutih-y. rici.. z,r- r-. . H.iuse : ana, auer hovci-i ii
.ray.or.:Th--nts,: attempts, a motion at length
.AUOama, X o r 1 m-.i ... I ., u .... tU fi!il, -
vlisirssippii 01 s prevaueiJi iu ,i i
And Mill HOUSe ail ilUlW-u.
, .vj lr. Burrill. liana, -Mickui
K,ar. of J.-w .Vork,' Unman,
.Ul.vo , o " .. . 7 .l.l.. fJ.I.
Saturday. Dec. 0.
Th' itauao kayiagre-
; : t .
I have the honor to be, with per
ect resoccf. your obedient servant,
( J C. CALUOUN.
To the Speaker of the
House of Representafives.
The House adjourncii until to
For sate at lUie'Ui?
.,.n thrrAnn. wliieh was ordered
bo printed, and was made the order
of the day lor uaneaooy uaA..
Mr. Conner, from the s'olcet.eora- r
mittee to whom was referred sundry
petitions praying for a charter to es--tablish
a College in the western part
of this State,' reported a bill for
I'hni nurnnan. which tiaSSedx ill uTtt
j.-. r , ' -
Mr B.' Person, from t iecc
committee in whom was reierreo v.
Resolution directing them to enquira
into the expediency of passing a law
establishing a sum per djom hereaf-
ter to bo paid to the members oi as
sembly, elerks,-nd door-Keepers, re-
SoTfed-abiltfor the purpose, wuici
passed us ursi reauing.
The Senate took up the bill to a-
mend an act concerning clerks ot
Courts, passed in 181s) ; and th
bill to limit the time of bringing,
-hits against Eieru'ors, &c. and
passed both bills a second tijne and
ordered thorn lo be engrossedr.
Tile bill to iuciease the penalty
on Shanfu, &e. heglocting to p
jTvriA their daty was rejcited. '
i ' ' '
couchiaed, , ,5" 1 .iocnlcbla,
-i he resu'aUon was laid no t
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if, . ' fc , v . - '- .. ;.. - -f , '"'s.'': s.
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