r.ntizzii nv.sstou. . '
,' ; '1 ' ksnTF,,. ' " .
ThurtJayf Jan. ST.
V rious pcMiiin, an( m moral were
piesen'ed; among which was o.ie from
the M,.,ikeri ir. iron, in (be city and coun
tr oft biladelliit, praytnic fof re modi
iV.tin of ths tariff upon that, article. It
referred to a select committee,' con
fcUtim; 'f .l-ws, Hayne, Dickarson,
K.nc Hell 8nJ Tster After ibe preSenta
tion and consideration of several bill and
re. solutions, the Senale again resolved If
vlfin'o a Coun of Impeachment for ihe
tOf)tir.iinion of (he trial of Judge Peck,
of Miivjurj,' Mr, Storrti concluded his
rgument it a qusrier before 3 ..o'clock,
vneii the dun adjourned. --..Mr. Buehan
ft will aHttm ' '"ttie fl w tsmdrforrand'
. losing, plea, on' ri,of!l,jflf .
Hoiue of ftepreseou.ivcir "r"""r"""'v
tr homing tbt'rn'rfjp."
pointed to t-xstHi.r snd tport an the
... .- . . . . r,
.o'luuidTi in me i-nfri l ost uuce tot -ki . .. . . i--
S3 rr;?m-l7M c
. 'cvnt iiiirfimirrn a rain mkim aiM,.A
ffou tl: Co. n mi', fee en Public Expend
ture-i, on the subject of the coi.pernsii.ir,
of nim ri of Congress, retrenching t,he
perdim aUowince for such days they
rosy be Wnt, tl'iless in the cise of sick
ness, a'isehce bv leave, or on the public
business, watt disrt,se.a ;anil finally ps
c,d,bya rte of US to 3 1. The bill for
the quieting of (he tiUerof "certain pur
chasers of bods between the linei of Lud
low and KoSerts, in the S-ste of Ohio,
wS taken Utl in V Cnmni'lM f . th.
rtii Jfrtt lIoBrtie.J
IVednrtdav, Ft k. 3
ir the transaction of the pre limjn.
finest of the davi Mr. Camoielrnir
rie t-ommitiee. on commerce, re
parte a biil to repeal the charges imposd
on p ror nd r learancei from porn in
ho UiftVd State? t which was ted iwicr,
net 4dered lojbe rnyro"d fr a third
read! v tomorrow. I h Mouse on, mo
tion ol Mf, Johnson, of ICf-nrucktr. then
prorjd to be election of a printer to
l v. . , ... ' ' -r
I I..- ... t'';.1
I mm i i mum mi i T -
a it . . . . . .... V i oror
;ur. Jiowsro in tha rh.ii. ..w . - ----- -
conidred til 13 o'clock i.t which hor n ,'(T l'- k " r0""
the il,u,e agein proceeded o the S,n.,a i l'' Jr ' h'7(J, "rS'T?1.1'-,;",
ehamber to attend th tria of Jqd,, rffk. lllVAV 'iTV.'nT ?
On returning ihr, tn.A 'V?.. '.i 2nc "'Wreddripht
... , ,
ker I.Jd be f re the
lousy commtl?lc,.; Mp. a
eivrn also. - two of which werr
Two hundred bd mx members
Uon from th Secretary of Wr,.wtih a
if ui inc unilffi Sfari. rnmn rl tn . . -
pursuance of a resolution of March iVh, f 'iou J e,i TarTouTSs
vommlrce.'.j 1 h House then adiourntd i' , s I ,in . , r
jTrMtty, Jan. S
If Pr side il t ' Monroe " s take ir li pTaiv
ffxupied .thf attention af (he lJoue till
....,. .... j . . : T , .-"y.' p tuieu.iw aueniion at (he uouae un
Kill r,.i .L ;
the clerks in the Tom Office Dfparm.ent ;
- w f SITC
Wnarsof the Irtipcchmrnt, addressed
Ihf Coo-t at great knitr, in niont elo
quent and artcumep''ive speech, in re
principally -o Mr. VV)rt, and in faaor
ef the imprxchrnerif. Mr, l pre.
wned, will conclude tfuniirrow
$atudav. Jan. So.
The Chair announced i mTuoril from
pristiona f jr the Cumberland and various
othir roptis,' and for the necessary-sur
veys thereof !t w referred to i Com
oiinee of the Wl0le, and m.de the ordrr
of the day for tomorrow. Mr, Polk, from
the St:lect f omnii'tee on the subject, pre
scntfd a report,' in puraiunre of rhat part
of :i,e Prcid
i otne outrtbu:io of the su'pliu revenue
i ca f t at I k . . ' ' V . .
OR Tilt wr.TKHf C4Ril.IlK.
January st, 1831.
To Ac Amtrkan TrmfieranCe iety.
In aubmittin? our first annul report
we have nothing vrf intcresiing; to re-
lute, we would briefly notice the forma
tioo and progress of our Society.
In the Sprihir of 1889v a meeting was
held it Unny Church lor the purpose of
Uodry Inhabitants t,f PhiUtiVlphia, pray I r, , , "u P'.U4 rev"niIe ! held at Unity Church lor the purpose of
fcndtt was referred 'n select committee.; ' . . Le ;rft.T--. ...:.. if...
. ... vt in iJir Biaiiiiiif ri aa rAioiiiiian t i uiiiii: n i cmuci aiii r utiririw, n rr
ivinp, an1 l ylcr. A mcrporail
tdto pre sen-re bf the Pre sidctit; from
eundr ci(ia:na of New Jersey, complain-
in I f the hlKb duties on articles used in
slliiutlJWit, an4 -prayiog f,,,-their re
. du.-Mon A debate ennutd on the motion
cfMr. Dirkersnu to refer thia memorial
to me Committee on Manufactures, and
" - the motion of M r; Illy ne to refer it to the
Committee-on Commerra j- i wKieh br
first motion was adyoca'ed by Messrs.
-Dukrrvoiv pj Foo ; tnd opposrd bt
Messrs, II iynr, Benton. Woodbury, King,
nl fotyjffr, Tft hour of twelve o'clock
f.aviitit anTverf, the memorial wjs, on roo
liotyof M.v Wehsrer, ,td rmhe tablr.-.
.On the opening of tha H'nh Court of Im-
Seschmentfor the 'trial of ludge Perk,
Buchanan resumed his ntKumttit
giinst the lespondctit, and concluded at
Italf past two o'clock j when the Court ad
j'urned until tomorrow.
MnniLiu. J m 9t
On tha onenlnir nf thi r,..i t
,Pechmentfocibe Jril of Judce Peck
.Hu.,nttr n llj ll'ltll ( . r - - 7- .....
tlS terms tl uffi'.e'of the Jnfli. nf tk.. : J Strmon wot nrerh-rl tuifrrt In lh nr
llill Hti. ..u ,.t .1.: a..: . . . j. .. ....
Uft as of hi inf, lini. .iv;k..n.i. . -i.r.i.J ' 1. :"
... . . ... . . .
vown as-oi tne interior irtbunaU which ' :,. f ... ,-. . wn w
noes, neativrrl h , ,ai. ,r itc ... n I'ltineu. A roiiy o: the consii'utiori sent
The Mil to compennate the wiineitTs 1(n by the Sodetv to hrr Auxiliaries
tending the trinl of . Ju.l;e Perk' ped, read, and s paper presrmed to get
throuL'h torn rnit 'ec. and wj nrrt.,r,H f .... ... m .
,, i , siiiiicrioers, wnen nve ;tuie iirmiers
report 0t ttiC commtssioosra of the navy , ill!,. '""V"
petHibh fund warpreserite'd'rnnd ordered i ')' inC done matters were permuted thus
to bp primed ; afier whic h the llousea& 'O.rcsl unul the I9th.of.SeplemberT whe n
. - . Ts .ii.Mu j v a
Usual, jiiended tbr8e
tha progress of the lril of Jtn!(e Peck.
Satuda Jut 39.
Tha bill reported tiy -Mf- ; of S;
Carolina, from the Committee on the Ju
di ury, to repeal the SStb section of the
-uninii act, subj-ctinn the decrees or
we had a second mretine on the aubiert
A f'er some rennrks were made ..pleading
ll' ?5 a 111 9f 1m Pr.f 41 niC ft ! iditional
nides handed in their nimes, signifying
willingness to join such a Society. A
constitution whs then adopted upon the
yuTra-riTU si!r coiiin.
FFimVMY 14, 18 U.
tjr iinliisiry) to jteneral -withnni r, ' ,
to. any particular brand., n. .. . V
waa never .entruMed 'roi!l. "'S
the one just meMiiT.fd n '
j will proler .W!f hfUrT Wu,.
the constitution had .jearnr d from
enee'of thas mother country Adam
prwved Hao clearly to the whole
Till now w- hft.e tid oo ron fur tX'racta
from" nr rrmirlra Annn Mr. Milltn'a report
from the committee, on manufacturea It ia of
course, ftvortble to the continuation of the
taritT, aad hoatile to any moiliflcation of the du
tiea whatever. A report of a different charac
ter from the on before u could not have been
eipected.from the aource, from which If eman
ated A Majority of the commiftee 'WeTr'aeiF
committee take up the Pretident'a Meiaaeeand
the report does not contain much els? but' a
Vnrthened reviewf oeiMwetHT-'Tlere
port .lelenils the constitutumabty of aa-in
upon precedenta which it atmimes tohsve been
furnished under every adminii'ration of the
government. Jt ia unlucky for the author of
thit report and. that portion of the committee
who sanctioned it that this aertion, that thi
conatitutionality of a tariff of duties for pwtc
tin has been admitted by all those , whose
namra he has roistered in sunnort of bis de-
clamion, cannot be backed by the evidence
which is to be bad bv reference to the l.iKlnn
of the progresa of our (fovernthent. Adirit
however that everv Preidert we have had. hai
hitherto rested under the belief'that a p'ttectivr
tariff is ciinstitution1. is this anv eancti m to
cohimlf injiisilce to vioiatY the compact'of
Union between the State f Ia robbery to be
jua'ifled by precedent f-ifio the mail-robber
lately hangei! would, iu ail hurran probubilitv.
hae been now it the regular eni,vm--tit of
the frsmers of the, conatitution could B!a
ny opP who were iterant of ih. r...
frsmers ,(f,hiHr,,rrumfnt n
nert f im murument nevfr ron,efc
the part of Conrr.. .... t-..
dom.-.tie ...du.try, tPfpt w(pf ( i
minted a policy at ot.ee iith ,
tireln tha, aW power iaPiv,n,:;
arnoHcy ltiabeUerth.nl. p,i
i . " ('""er to re.,' ,
domes-tc ir,d,a:ryihr,(l r3tiftno
In theirsitribove t?K
oient of tboaiyeand tuml w.t
has been rhe rkw 'ti'- - '. -
fiibandde.triu..i.-fci:.. . - . ll,t'L
. ,.vM- or tori
"fforded to it
It ii oaid that trotftii
' enable those who '
turinK in .hi. country, ,o,1H);l'? mi';
"en,.. The impo,iif) of-exltorb. , f1
llnotrffectlh.tobierr: n. ... V
'he tendency of such ik,r,. ! "''H
n.pcy tothedoorf hundred,.
r. w,em.e.ve have declared thia t il
the truth, of which Cf(IJfd brin, n m W
exales. Vh.. ,!)f .,"5. m,mf,a,
uy that the lirilieh r.vPrme.,t X ' 7'
be spirit witb which ibe i ..Tg1!
.'stantly balanced accounta hv . ',
tiona. We, duties u,i-,,
liot i'lifl rann.il . . ... ... . 'e id
r.ir.w, inaiiuliciuiw in ll.ffi
. . . vViv, ui v.imiiu'iuii was uirn iiuorurn upon
judgments of state Courts to Ihe revision . i r . .
rd the Supreme Court of the Unm d 'V f ,,,"fBC('!"rtP,
!Sliaft. u.-ua ,1... .,.. .... ...
the House Mr Crawford called for the
previous question upon it ; and the call
oemg sustained, the main question was
. : . , : ... t (MJI, ano i ne oui was, upon diviinn'k
hathe-Court-would rherT pfounce U ,. The resoion
-.t J I c B -"aiva.iv on orown sugar imported into
aked I each Senator whether the respon Sutes, w, upon ,,e motion of
a medicine) and Society havinc- the of
fi era usual in such Societies was fimed.
We oex met on the 1st dy of J ni'v.
183. A Sermon ws prfeachrd on pe-xialxeeAt-br
ihe-Hrn; J JUhkln -and
an invitation given to all the well wishers
of the cause of both males and females to
join us. When twm les and twenty
a matter of right and not hnv it e sercite aim
.. - - i -
pbrt'-d bv nreeedertt, which rU)e if dopd
mint strike it the rood of ill civil anriety, and
deatroy the permsnenet of everv frpe jrovern.
ment. The report containstKe -following sen.
tenee.j - . - .
Fur nrotec'ion "apsinr the mmi l.
RsK'ind d?s'rurijve noliry oi foreign ri i-
ions" e-.n he serurec! bv dute on im
non. by 'htm alone. Then tt.ey
should be fdjuated to erure protec'ion.
Thirshotifdbc Ihe Arrryor,jecf Thr
protecinR power hwvine once hel in.rfd
to the Stuffs, and now trmnferred to th
Qeneril fiovernmrnt, ji rxy he used as
the good of the nation drm'nd for a
piin-iy, nor a seronfljry, otiert ll
outht not to be looelr mtarherf lo 'he
skirts of revenue. Domestic int'ustr.
m s single, preat, even pre emmcn in
hi mm -im
sniindai.e. in !.:. .. ni
... .ui, vuuiurv. Wll !r
'd pocl Wu ,he nrnnnnSn. -r i..?-
ed out of the coumrv. .L..Vij t -- ' i'""
. , . " " .'ch oy the ad'Hitin.
U-ited S.n.ea. th.n befor,. the i,,
dune, upon ame f,.,e maoL-faeiure, of Gfl
poverl.h.nRthe m.ny. . f rri,h;n - t)j '
he.rn.tur.1 abil.ty, for in,rf.w ,,d .
nt. If the a, .Ui. ,he
neeaoarv l-b-ur will vrref,te tblJn ,m
WUhout msturinir i's growth nni f
"n. Let til then anph o.,rely r...
pursuit., and in du order f time w, will re.a
a more abundant b.rve.t. L,ye do ne.tie is.
.uurr. -o protect itaalf. and no fe.r rrd be .a,
terest of the natkn. It K.s beervntrwJ trl . ' 0M,db-
demand ih . . ' PPnrre trie pMplp rf
- JT.-. TT-- i f " tr J ,r A-
roindexter. Kobbins, Snford, Smith oT
, Maryland. Smi h of S. .Carulba, Troup.
; Tyler, and Wood'-ury 21.
Those votitK in the negative were:
, Messrs. Barton, Bell, Burnet, Chae,
Ft,FteIinghuysen. Giundy, Hendiitks,
II dmes, Johna'oo, Knight, Marks Nau
f1io, Nobie, Hugles, Setmour, Sitsbre,
-Vague, Tstrwdl, Webster, and White
The Yice President then pronounced
arnes ll. feck, Utstrict Judare of the
.United Stales for the District ol Missouri.
Hot guil'v 'of ibe charge as ejoihlted
pgams; mm vj tne Mouse ol Ue pre sent a
A..,.lie . . .. ,........
- - ' Wtdnttday, Feb. I.
Mr. Benton, in pursuance of notice giv
! , f n on Tusdiy, after an able and argu
' ynentattve speech ttgainst the Bnk of the
; United S aes aked Irsve to introtluce
.. jnlrv resolutbo, declaring it at iht tense
. of Coneress. that the rh.nr nf thai I....W,
( . -- r ' - w wt i i sen 9t
; ' Ouht not to be ren.ivUlitO-teking'thle
lor the introduction of the resolution,
ea Sl.-nt SO. Rr Kilt.
itiej m resolution directing the Secre
lirv f purchase for the use of the Sen
ta. fill eonirs of thu rfti In
" tioniloihe adopHton of the Cona'i ution,
Itif. i ire. r . .... .
r :.. .;:!. r.v."'j.iA' f uuicb,..uii .inc.
I3fli""itr "AugtV 'ihe'-'Sociery had Bnoiher
... ... .... . . .uiiiii, wciii m.o ;i uom
: . EE.- - .
. er.f.n. n..,!.. r P "L. I".V t r""rc ni ne """" .VU.e..Mt, M,r.m
- KMctKrnLivinesionM , , .... e wen,,e
, waa rend the third time. and n.,.fit. T
. r f w
pc ttioaa were prtavivted by Mr. Taylor,
,. praying indemnity for Treath pdiattoris
nd a or i i' ion waa nrt-sented he 1r If....
- , r ----- - " ' - .'Mi
1 neu from sundry citit.-ns of Ooio, pi ay
Injir for the reptal of the law of the last
se-ion of Congress, providing for the rr-
"Ttirtvat rt the Iudin$ brtbhd Ihe ""Missis
I .i'tppi. Mr, King, on lease, introduced
ti'l to m nd the lawgorgsnizing; the ter
ritorial government pf Florida.
t ' HOUSE OP REPKESF.NTAT1VF.51,
Several i pon m .tesemed etdr
chmlxir, tontleoil the i
. - -m ll is. us, .
Ai l o'clock they returned, reported, and
Monday, Jan. 31.
After several repon, nl been m-de
and cted upon, Mr. Cmnrelenp, from
the Committee on Commerce, introduced
a bill for the cons'rut tion of custom
house in the city of New York; which
was read twice, and committed toa Com
niitteeOfthe Vhoie on the state of the
union. Mr. Mercer, from the Commit
ta on Roads and Canuls, reported a bill
to uthonae a aubscriptioo 0f 8t0ck to the
Alexandria Canal, Cmp,,, ; which was
disposed of in a si-niUr w.y with the fore
sioing bill, and ordered to be printed.
On motion of Mr. Johnson. ftfr..,..i '
it was resolved that the iloun proceed,
on Wednesday, to the eleciioo of a prin
ter for the next Congress. Upon the bill
for regulating the compensation of clerks
in the Post Oflke Department. Mr Rm
sey offered an sinenilmmt. nn..Lii.....i...
lsurh additional clerhraj rniVni r.fetfn4-
I fclla. hisuTi1 rsrar eA-sa. .i .
ing 8100 per annum. Te use thi n
weni into a Commine f Wi.,.
at. , V'" " is
attend the trial of Judtre Perk. A,
o clock they returned, and reported that
the High Court of Impeachmenl had de
cided, by a vote of St io 3l,hit ihe
Ko iiiai mm lofltvidual hd not
oeen sus;ainta. various bills from the
Senate were then taken. up, and passed
inrougn ir.eir proper stages and the bill
aoihortetng the trabsportation of foreiirn
mcrcnanaire, oy lanaor wTer, with ben
e6t of debenture. wa read it,;. a ,:
and passed. 1 be mo'ion to re consider
ne vote rejecting the Illinois and Michi
gan tanal bill, was taken up ; and after
sinne diicuasinn. in iiSri. M....' at.
Coy, Duncan, Vance, Bell, and Irwin, of
Ohio, took' part. it was neiratied K. -
vote of J09 lo 2. Th -r
- - w atwsi-i'S5r Ui
the titling, waa occupied by the further
only iwo addi'ions were m.de. J
of thc cburch this day Gve enrolled their
n.imes, making a total of for'y three whr
nave entered in tne cause Uur societv
like others of the same nature has bad to
contend with opposition both without -and
within the pales of the church, we believe
that its growth and usefulness has been
binde-ed morehytheoppnsiiion of church
members than all the scoffs, ridicule and
contempt thrown upon it by the unbeliev
ing. But ihe siorm seems measurably to
have abated. -Tho' we cannot send you the
heart cheering news of Drunkards havine
been reclaimed, yet we believe that our
Society hat been the means nf doinr
some good in the neighbourhood Houses
re raised, Lmd is t-leared, Corn is
Husked, and harvests are gathered in
without the use of ardent spirits by all
the members and by some who are not
Our Society numbers two owner f
Mrtr). 1? now dptnanHv iha .xv l,,-,
-. ..... sitv V " SV-V
that .power-whtch the Stales have surten
dered, for its promotion snd preservation.
That Safety to our domestic industry atrtinst
" 'be ar'Nt l and destmctive poUc ff foreijrn
nati'ma" can tnv be accurnt h
or destructive pohev of foreign nation f the-
' enforcement of. which has t reached tit. and
hteii calls fa-pnuctiin from our government
. eujeetiorwhicMhat governments Cre.M
tt rrm mrxiw OT TnsrTlSIu
aI a". - J e-J """"''f sming waa occupied by the further
lh Introrjufi Ibe jomt tcipliima j ejiacciiiaa of Ifco bill teiaUro lo tho clajrjsjj
science sake. Our Society slso numbers
one Merchant who formerly made profits
ny trading in ardent spirits, but for eon.
science take, has banished it from his
While we rehite'tha! a f .
!' . L "IWIISI
ilk nive en H. .1 1- . r
wrong ior thm in
pervert the blessings of God, and turn
them lnt a curse-andthereby increase
hS tTifrwdgSSast rhe cost and nnVe
I ... ... '
pi otnera, we would also lament that still
a ieft. .hav-have promised to Ii. r.
Christ. and none other, and to abstain from
tne appearance, are still makine, usino.
and sellirj the deadly poison, ,
All of wbichls respectfully submitted
And if ao, U the present a nrODer mr,d r,
measure nf protection f We have never heard
it p-etended before, that the preoen' ta-ifTwas
intended as a prtitctitn aioiinit " the most set.
fish and destructive rdicy nf freiKn niinng .
If it is not. which ia crta'mlv the C4e. thn
the present mi!e of protection uncnnsiitiitinnal
mce the enifencv haa-not yet arnred which
calls fur the aroicr,', interference of the Con.
eresa ot tne United Stat. ,, when anv f.,re;h
nation wilh whom we have ,nv r.ommrci jn.
tert-ourse thinks fit to adopt " a n lfisl. .ml A.,
ttruct.ve policy" towar la us,, it i, tn,n f;me
enmiK!, 10 co-s.der I!,,- mode and mea,re
object of a tarifTof .Tiiii,,. . the coomitte;
who have a-Iopted Mr. Miliary report, n, j,
wanitestlv a rrat.iitous assumption, not wsrrr,t.
ed bv the constitution and is at variafie ,th the
u-idcratanr,n?, f ,hse who framed that inttni.
met . H,,ut is the p, w,w tnd
jW .wrw,cB ne powers to l.v impo (
A. Wa. ma... . .. .
... Ki'-'i iu onfre,s. Th .
- .... . jj.jwrr lo
nrmetye,- ansi tnTniibml piiCv of
Kuvernemsia ciearirwhhrn the scone
01 me penerai givermrent-it as the vtr
nlneet fn t.tc. ir.ir..r:: r r: "v
ton of their aenwfa. tha a 'arifTf.r pr
afamwae w-Mr.jrMrc, r for the tptcial encoar
agment of J.Ue in l.,rS ii conaliiutkna as-
esista. th. 1
, .. , ancrai
'"""rarm on,y entruated with the power to
lay a taritT of duneafor rewM. , ,he i
w maconai.tution to lav i.r;r .
n....l.. t . " 'HI ex-
., -. iur rsifcitoH.
When we sav that rh ....-
A lha Jar.l
.... rcr.ment. in oHer to under
stand ar.,rht the nature and .bieet V .
" vi S,ill COIli
cession, we mu.t hsve referee .L .
sifnfor which this power ... . .
in thi. .t.. .v... .. ""u 11 is
led. It wasto meet this erv .... JiS. P"
repeatedly memioned in toi
Nation with whom e Wfw. ' , M
8 the Cona-re- V M "Hfcmd
It is no lonper a matter of epreol.tion wbtlfc
er GenL. JackatMi will be a candidate f,,,
Presidency.' He haaeor,leied that l.j, lillL
nert to servf . tf,e iuii0 il(,1rr fwp
ahould be officially announced. It has beea
done. In thiav we ratnot. belie. that the
fresiden. was actuated by ny other mMira
tUsn a desire to ferte. hi, countrv u.
t -ink that he w.. mved l,y ambition, lore ef
,.Ueror any other inordinate ,,,.,iw, ,hicfc
n..ght well have been .aid of hi, predecerand
4 bmsnval at the present time. We have every
reat.ua to believe, n -,e eontr. , ,,, kn
auAon,am: a conviction that tlie. heat snd direst
interests of ihe count', miifhf be endanyered by
Sii ,lec,in;ng a re-eleciion, could alone harei,
duredhis con.,nt to be cous.dered s candid.te ,
for re-election. He could not ri.t, if he hsJ
Uiimn .. Wndneji in.hia buaom, the ma;
enrnest calls which have been miit imiui him.
from various quarter, .0 serve his country a
'eeondterm. The critical poature of the u
ternal concerns or the na'iou. with a ddirete
re-establish the true .d legitimatV principles
which sh.Hild firm Mi Usi, of rrJr n.iioi.kt l
stiti.tin, doubtless, had their nrmer due, nf
at . ' ' "
President. We r.,n, t --its i
-i"". . . iiow.rycr, as nil
ben acrioudv charred unon him. th.t tha
cmrts ofibjef ,wleJll Has -been innomiittint
a - at
m ina Orst m..ge, h- prbposrd ta a-itetui; i
ment to the constitution, so a m llmli M. ,i;.lr
oiniT to one term. In h'-a last n,es?e. he aA
eerted to the same subject again, and surety he -
outd not have pressed the luhlect ao ranalf
upon the notice of Cgnrres If he did not. in
truth, feel ansious that an amendment of the
kind should be msde to the conatitution; Th
President'i proposition lisi not. and e.nnnt. b '
fore his present term of a-rvice eipires, becoma
part of the constitution. Was this the f.uli tit
the Eiectitive f Wat leristxtiorr ufwiii that pist
.fi' . . ... ...
!7 tnes.re retartfad by the PreaTdeat t ad
ttiia amendment been made to the eonstitutiefW
he would wiliinjrly have retired frons publie life.
But since h's proposition has n4it. an far si ha it
nformed, met the approbation of the Repreiee '
.uvea 01 me nation, what paaajble bblieat-oO '
-an rest ujo,. the President to decline his ra. "
flection, apart froai bit awn tanlinaiiwiia 1 lad.-.
f ha auflTM li!nn. f..i: . 1 ..u.iii . ' ;
"eautes to protect
- ' iscuiit iv vviuruiicu :
for the pablo geo4-f be aer.(lsfs perstii' ,