Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
Dec. 5, 1831, edition 1 /
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.JtfAr IhnorVb'ethr M r ri
Ctxm.HM,. j; ; . ,
""iwoiig U3' diatngu:-!. .1 bkwn-s -.
jived from lh9 esU.iU--l.mcot of the inlo.
wn-lcrici of our cou itry, M iy j'miy oe
"' - - - f a. A.lw-a,,,n aaial .'ial 1aJ.Ji1
fnun-eraicu iu in --
tional rrteeting of the IN-prc-ieulaUvra of
. the peopio. fcWecteJ rr-.a every secuon
nrhe Stale, accurately acquainted with
hc occurrcncei ahich havo taken place
in their renpectivo lilricli, familiar with
,u .,mlitijQ of Ih.ir confluents, iw
coming to (la Kit of government cjothnj
With imp! powers to remedy the grief,
'feocei under which lU peopio labor, they
present one of tho im-st cheering tad jrv
erc.tliflgcharaceriitice of our peculiar form
cf government. AmMing under rich
circum-rtancet, when we are assured that
cp-p of all JtiaJa barelcn abundant, ami
that the mean of wbtiiKe and comfort
-ro there by secured to every citizen if th
Xvi pro. t iafinnaf ion with
I i" r vm.l t,C ch!i tit hi j lust J
t i i t..i3 i f that x,ru,a of th
, in id the
y t a
1 1111 WiUtll
h nut vai!,ilIo. It U j rulablv known to
a.i oi yo-J t!mi -intM - tho Univer
did not mrcfjit lha hi. cfllsre'l thfi'u
by t J id L,,t Icifaluro from Murrr.
' tlmt t!ii wji.,!e itm-iiiu aulijift to f.ir.
i.iera, wwiw it not L . iviwM-j (, r,t,.!,.
ihamro f lTicinnt aiwJ accountable ij.
iic, auj to arm aud equip one or uvn
j ! i, m each couuty, to La Ca!4 out hfi
i t 'l'iintt. And (rt lift n i.:u :.. i
Mnice? It h Ixticvf .1 t!it fich a fur'-c
t sully eecure the peace of l!e country j
an the public arm LtLnffifi? to th Kit
c"'l!j.'l.'iI,'l(1 iutafor hanlj. Thcw?
Etata trjp niTtiJo'fnrollcJ f, one or
wro yean, l jrlJ ren-niiUe f jr the
arma ami awununitMi SumM, and mit
oe luij-reU ta abanJou the ten ice during
tlio lorm of their engacuunt. ; . i ,
Ainptyj the nhj:cte reuiruiq; your no
tica atrvJ uttentwn, is tho lar approprutiug
fund fjr Internal Improve menu, axij tho
Mtuaiiooof thowjfur.d. The act of 1 til &,
rtUtire t that fuMcct. i .till
I ww I i . , V 1
It !imkI Ikni Ull.. I r . f.. I Ih maiu f ....I . . m
- . iii.v tux i4i luim internal! ,mh m uicu;tco aad conuori or
ImprovemcDU ihallbo nil.ject to the or.3 i&aieMy Jncrcaied puinilatiun. aA
tho icrctury of Vor' r
liUitiunon Dm etihjoct, liicl
I ii uur3:rn l!,.it til l tusi.'ii
duly attrn lcj t'). '
I have rccntH frorr f(ati nf Nor
Vwrk an e !ca,Nf if lint K ifviir.
' n J t - i
rni'tinic:(l y a iiiMili l ntl.i,oWriittivi I
(I racfi . county. rvru of my on ac.
CPHplri ofli.n Ii-iviii j ror,inriHn.!,il
iZiTZr r'Tr 3 w'iiifhht rrtitrr, f.,r .im.lar fmM.lly ,WB.
Un ,LwrQl the Litorary i'u:S 7 LT t,l,, 4l?i " f
- "J i'mi luiuiiiiioiti lilulTiauaM
to M ol unDiocio value, and thrir iin.
proveiirriit to" be in ohject leCotxJ jily in
importiriceto the opening and improve,
hkut of Hoanoke Inlet.' "It is ' uunoccasi.
ry, I em CerUin,t3 dwll upni tho ad van.
lajci wmcn wouia result from the tormcr.
Ihcy are anmrfnt to ail. To convert
dreary wito of aotors and bianhoe hit
l.L:a-l.l !. i .
iwouauic inu icnue region, lo uituro
der of the TresiJcnt and Director of the
iru, a;iJ ehall bo paid out of the Trca-
ury of the fcUte to tho order of the
Doard, ' certified and eubeoribed tr the
State, and when the oHinary thare L countereigncd by theresU
Wth crowai our enjoy me! its, we have . .. mm uanerai AfccmWy har.
Vr OA kkk Ik a ' M
wim m K'cuon of country
whih ncedn no' other Mcsainj, arc the
certain rewards or a auccesMul attempt at
improvement. To your wudotn it u uf
imnea, vneuivr tuch ajrantagrs, which,
uauamcu, aonrjl cu4 with theuiHcJvoe,
but teml to th enlargement' of a fund
which may justly be regarded as th r.
p.jaa'i le;rcy, u ill ivit justify. nd d.xn
aS M a . i . A I a a ' - '
they may be continued to us, and per;t. P3 ) 01 u'e uJ"r,'f behalf fi ! "Ul wit run aia early experiment
...... i t-on jiwoiaiB wine vaw rear Kstii ntii4 " pracucawmvoi the niasum.
. . p--'-"i .-, -
mumt tley deserve. , .
fiinco tho a.fjjuniindt of t!ie loet As
atnLIy, 1 ha9 received Co,:nui:icati.ns
frviii tho (Jovfnjoraof nrvrral iSiutcs, wuh
a ren;j: t tlut they slull t" nubmitted
fryourcj.siJcratitm. '1 - f t.-u Maine
relate to the North JCaAteru I uadary of
Ue Uuitcd atrsr ti the Jm'dU lbfd j
and the pvtr of tlio uciicrai uovonimcut
,Thii bring the day j pointed by
iav tor the nievtieg -i,T tbc C'eccral
likmlily of N'orih Carolina, bah
IIoukci ais'.'mblrd In the rcipictiva
th tnbtri prtpafrd 'for ' the.f uttom
iotljtii,n i in the (love inmcn if
prccucly at I tf palt Twn Vclock,'
. ; TamrrcHiren3T0TT'nnhci't :
if g tu.Icu ver,'neirly all the njlm '
Ltri'uf swerril to their n:irae.' pryou '"A
cul their i red'1 1 all,' and fuvin ih ' , ' ,
iMual oth i'Jm:oistt red to tbtni'br '
J.nnjtoo Bubeej Eq, t ck tf.cif ' '
seatl." '". i . ", f 1. v
'. ' Mf Met thtD renved th.t t)tv.d P.j
0!J .veil, Ltq. of n'i'waiiI.eVpputn! ( ..
to mako appropriation lr tntcri.al imFltU tpeaiter innate ami cu
provoraenta, Tboo from Vermont relate motion of Mr, Willi-u. , f Fra k in.
abun dant reason to be thankful to th AM J' f''d to elect a lioard for Interna!
lu-rlty Ruler of the Universe for tboJVnpr!"c"wn,s tbor8. no authority fJr
... i...! j at la idrwinT out anrinrl rf IK k.rA ni.
we'-tirniwe orosuns, :m w pray mm i " t.' r
- I A atalki'l ImM
The Mtiidction which 1 aVwId ' bare on others, has been de. ; u Pro: ,,,r laiprovcmoat ol .the
felt 6a meeting with tho Legislature at n' The iiwtalmonts on these sub-1 c,ar B0? ,,Jf' convenience" and prod-
-tAiilime,. U aomewhat aUted byjht ac-ncretoTorc been paid from "v ciuzens, oy me construction
cidcrtthat causelthe drtructifi tho, rjV.J,ro- mere was no-authorit rp? canai ami me epeoMjr of
State' H.nise, which had ken repaired in J r"r wtnug the innuey, I hare refused I n W 7 all practical incain, is eo obvi
'afjithfulamlmasUrly manner, and near.! S4 Mranta for the . aurai o d:e. ! V duty o the representatives of
It completed, uucr tho provWor-i ef the!Tw senptuw, however, are debts '9 W ""! has been so often noticed I
actoftho1rt aon. IW this cxnailty I ntnnly contracted by the Stab, and!b-v ,ny Pwecewa in WTice; that I deem
: ii iirupcer,ry w make any furiher and
i a .a s Amu ria r ani i" s fiAmin.iit.is iAai. - i x i.aa i n:uiiiiiiriuiHiiii rin in si w -MOui! i
naua proviuea wr ino accoromo- . :- r -...a.. a . . "' . 1 1 nominatioi ol a Drvudent ef the Unit
of the gisUtire body,, together won f, tftn 5Ut' ZL 1 ! . 1 .,ttB . ,nd,,du.al States. Tliese -even,! commucation. w,
adjoimnfj oHices and the public r . i ?-ime " DC"i i ..r Jl , u,r,rru w,,,rn be Pwnd, nith their appropriate ctiJorao
. The fine iterbla statue of'" carters ol the several, PIny cucour. mftnfa b t fi!o Q
on, by Canova, has also been uinr'. , . c,tI" ,r"1 empire. .The; . - . ked A; ' . '
.1 . :.i ii- uncK npiii ov ine fmht in thm ntnta iinni. n i 10 ran m fwitcc 01 mum tmiiiwn.i - . ' . '
wiuu, uiu a euiisiurmoio prjr., , I. - . , , " .: . The ninniat otn Jud era fK-
'a T nl . k ..Inm K al a na . a. a ai I I II III V f rial VSSI aT I kObTI FVan in1 V lidrA . 1 " - " W- ' wa (M IW
ornaments and furniture of the ". ...-. .v u. Ia p n.
m . rn V PUtK)1 in irtewtt Af f.. ..a.-. IDV mwpr m RITA, mil (PA nvitAmArt I ' - -I v-v. - wvj
' win 1 av.a-.ma vsa ii4tu i v a ira iltui ltci I IMIIa I . a -.B - v ivnuu;iil l
to an amendment of tlio ConstituUoo ofltbe riame cf Wm. D, rMoacly,' C1.
U. IT:..l 4.'...... .. 1 i . .1 I.U..C1 a- . .4 ' ... ...
inc cenaior iroro uc' county -ci in
oirj was" added to. ihr' romi-ation
Ao tlntion by ballot ihrreupcn'tr k
place, Mturi. Di;k.anrl Williaon'of
franklin, berni nppciotcd tuperie ro
dents to conduct itun n.f i.D t lr.
Wlon'. T'ne fetnilrm-'M rcpor cd
that David F. C lde!l, Kiq.' watdu;
iy elected in hich the1 Senate cot-,
corrcr1. . Tr-e billota mcr ' ' "
. For CJdwell . 38 -.!,
-ii. . v M.Jtly, . 20 ;M- ,
the t oi ted fctatci, proposed by other
Htates. Those from New Hemr-Biuro re.
lute , to ' tho organization, ol the militia.
Jiinso from .MasfacliUMrtts relate to the
organization of tho mihtiu, and to tiw pro.
eecdings of the government of Georgia.
Those from Connecticut relate to an a
mendmcr.t of tho Constitution of tlw Lrui.
ted States, " propowd br other States: to
the power of tha General Governtncut to
mako ' s'pproriation9 in aid of tho Coloni
tatioo Society and to the judicial power
of the United States. " Tliose from Ohio
relate to the power oft! ; Geoerai Gov.
emmcnl to make approprations in aid of
... . i ,
tho - Colonization b.eictv Those from
r ; Mijoritr; .
Mr. Caidwell wm
. ..... .
tlie State baaUen deprived of the con.lnt'r Pvment ,hou,J w provided for.
m a . 1 1
I.aa rWfii f!-atTmtTa,T. I nn im.iaw
Si,hM ii tol n(rrtM it n .txT tunum ; the stock held
the work of an artjn of great . celebrity' fn tKe-' nk C. "ff .Fei
M n.. .a ...n,. avf tr.A ' ioM two vcars. viciaed an
inrton, the father of bis country, will live ' l) FT rcrit' Pr Bnun he I fw f WortJi Carphna. ith regard to
fa iK. Kmh and iwH-etions of .11 !tock held by the Stato in the XewberaiUMplicyeftnat measure, there is, so far
love liberty,-h every part of the r!obe,!Biink not for netr,3' three years V raVnfoatlOT eC?a rr un'
an lns no artificial tnonurnenttftllr;r. :yiI y wtcreat: The period will 'n of sentiment. All . deprecate it, a-
or to perpetuate the glory of his achieve- i Portly arrive when all these Danks are unequal in its opcratwn, and detractive
p ' ' ...iL.. . J I 1 . -1 ! a nf tha intiMali nF hm N.itham
W!h H,nrt to the t.M. nf iU h,uUl I part of their capita! stock. ITie funds .no V nowevor, nas noi yci arnvw,
itsrlf, h is mv opinion, fortified by that of vel8d bX ,the ?a,Je in f-nlM tmt j Jcbt in the judgement of this commu.
'. . V.JJ .J . .Jl .1 j I nitv. tiiithnriaM th rfnnfinn nf ilvfrmita
IU iCU I1UI1UIWI KUII IIT7 IWIUUg i VI """" T" - 'iiii,.
Dclewnre relate fo the publii lands of th-io l.e 6peker'a rhair by Mr. D rk i
from whence heid'tixd .he Ilni.c
vturly tKc foll tnlng wrr.S
GtrMcmcn, ut tdrHkVrv
United States: to the aiirvivincomcers
and "oldirw of tho 'J.evohtitjni to tho Ta-
rifTand internal improvements ; and to tho
dd by the State ! wwch W,M to pervade a risti-r Stafe.iy.
ar ha, for the' 0,1 ,n wbject of the TarifT, hu effected
i interests of oo-1 Kttle chnnge inihe opinions of the citi-
better judges, that, under all cirrumstan. :
' . - L ? - 1 .
seven hundred dollars, (9713,?000.)-
(M it i nfit to h- ior.idpr aa a tM; , hUndn
ca'nmitv.1- Sctcb were tho defects in the! n,f ouw w ",0Cil' ,,w common in-
am . . A as a-a -ar a-kaai jatn mi k ft a a.aaam.aKm
contraction of the olI wail 4. erected in i r' vYul, V F"uu,;"
179 1, that , it Li very probable that , forty ,alhouTJ !U vhundfeitnd "f Ten
a part of the ouiMin? wou d have & ta hi,r"m",,,i,'"iu" v , ..v.c
a 'a. .. ., ana an a rwiilAai inttl aiithlaan :
a .Aju akn. a aa . . t i i .1 i . sis saBL.a-. at, ii uuulli .aij v t. ii. tiatLrvjia aiiims
!ctt tciLrs. mini inr ininirnu"rj liir iiFHin - i a c t . a . ...
r - I I 1 I 1 a la - SIama I MfhiMII tWAmf.f Ail IK.a k.a.k
-.1 i, .jt . anrxi nra nuniiraa alia mxiv.iwo iifii in. ' "why w.u " " "'mi
of tifflnv nf thn fmnihli'H RanrMa.ntatima '
.. . - tl(1 a I k-. a
Immedialely aflef thfl destruction of the A"!! uw Tr.tl " !
State House, the" conrr-ri;. f ih. i ' reasarer s uepon, wnicn win pe
1 - -. 'a v a a . I
rreshvtArian n,llPrh in thi. lt. wiih . "aid betore you, wm snow tnat, owing to
... ' . T .. . - ." .V I f Timlin .Alaa
rl) hi n rit Wh rh . rfWt. aj ,,iiic imwamuiiui w ..t ".cb ir.
upon their liberality, tendered the use of "r"'. 4 . .
their titee tin boi- frtP iK ,,Mnmt, : ol ineeiing mo currem expenecs
. . .ni.. . ' a
tlOfl Of tie IImm of Commnna n-t ih-Jr "
. a - a ... . fTi Lta tKtcrt eir
session room for the Senat-.. IV t inuf ' v"
detcrmininff positively in this -.ram. but !!0; M aav!,.
u i i. a . lutiment 01 a
subversive, in their nature, of all order.
and manifestly tending to Weaken, if not
destroy, our whole system of government.
This State is justly proud of having given
tho firet legislative sanction to tho spirit
of the Revolution. The same love of na-
Circumstances, would it
not be advisable to provide for the estali-
new Bank, in which the
for themselves 1 hnv rnnnAirA U mv
duty, 'under existing circumstances, to
make a temnorarv nrnsmtirtn anA in
1 7 f. ..... .... ..... ,w
tender the GovprnmAnt IfmiM tn K T
i . ..........
ISItttUrC. Whir.h. hrtinn tlm nmrw rtv ftf tho
O.-a- .. . . . . ' .
r J j- - . .... ...v..a . .i v
answer the nurnou nf hnldinv Ih-i- r:
SlOn. Until an innrnnniilinn oh .11 )av matk.
and a Bulla hla hli.Miniv rrtat " fn th!a
"-' -a a -a. m V V a.-fc-aaa ia vui
"arrangement, my only obicct has been to
provide for your comfort dunnarthe ses-
" J . ft "V
Convenience, in, order that, hv t-ndrrinir
IU P..... a t - i . 1 . . I
w va ij r: r ii riif'nr i nil aai matvnv ra rni.
, wiai,vviaai v tiiv JLv s miui u its
-vayMa ura'wi UUMjtlV 4V liUIUI V VI 11VJ
case will arlihit. r
In relation to our Internal concerns. I
J. A- 1 - '
IttVO 10 OhatrVA- tKaf U IvaiiM k imrmeai.
hie to rnninl
vu"-)w-wua , ii win i,ia-D nui SUa SB1BU IICCU'
I0S9 10 filR Otll OA trnm nitMiTvA tit a faf
that ll rftrthin r-1na nf tKa r
- : wvwa.a -aAia.k-'j wa 1. 1 ivi mriiuiiiaiuii va
ted flmt !ni.nvnr
.a wa iitcn amai iiiiinirxiiMi. aula
Other inopndinrifB. Iinv fXmnntAff thpan
discontents, and have incited them, "in
hiany instances, to entr into ronsnimriffl
'ngeroius to the peace aad safety of the
country. ,To guard, against, these evi!s,
hich in all probability will continue, the
WmoKt onution and prudence are necessa-T-
Restrictive laws have been enjicted
Without nrodiif.IniT thA ArrA t(foet s and
. , ,
"'He Crimna rnmmill.d in l.la inimv.
ln in an adjoining State, would .eccm, t3 ceive your ftvorablo attention.
T91uirelttitlwr tod early tiapntida ttiy'tlii ol th - riiMws TccasVirer viU oW
funds of the "SfaTo may be "Invest ed,un.j
der such regulations as to your wisdom
and experience shall be deemed safe and
proper t Or shall the State rely, for the
accommodation of its citizens and lor
circulating currency, upon that portion of
the capital of the United States Bank
which has already, or may hereafter be
allotted to their office of discount in North
I would willingly bring to your notice
thjmpiAiiAnLictiLof opening a navi.
ble communication between the waters of
the. Albemarle Sound and the Atlantic
Ocean, north of Cape Ilatteras, and would
recommend the application of all the
means in your power toward .us accom
plishment ; buLbelieving that, without the
.. f t af 1 ' n Ka m.
aid 01 tne uenerai woypiiiiuvui, mv
sources of the State ere inadequate to the
undertakimr at this time, and the last Gen
eral Assembly having urged upon our
'numUiV-pr Congress Jhe propriety oi
claiming that; aid, welnusf rc6ns()le bur
selves with tho hope that this great na
tional work will receive the sanction and
mipporMMhfi National Legislature.
Having bestowed such immense sums to
wards the construction of road. and ca
nals in other States, it is believed that
this desirablo object, so essential to the
interests of North Carolina and of the Un-
ii . I I.a m.nvnrArnA a, ntr1pc
ion, win noi ioiijj vo uiwiuvv .
tcd. . 'l. .V .
The Literary Fund will claim and re-
- a a "TV1 Tl
CvA-ah o attcnuon. Jine ne
example, induced our revolutionary states-
a- j .i...a 1.. . n.l
mrn, in citwiwr iioiiinmjf uiu anxious-
ly the form of government proposed for
their adoption. Satisfied, after full inves
tigation by successive Conventions, that
no powers were neiegaiea nut sue n as
wero essential to the existence and pres-
en ntion of the Union, it is no matter ol
surprise that they and their children
should support and defend he compact
and neither seek nor desire a. remedy be
vond it. A new Congress is about to as
semble. The same spirit of compromise
which adopted the Constitution, must pre
serve it, or the question whether man is
worthy and capable of self-government
remains yet to bo solved. 1 ho patriot
isin of the country looka with confidence
to the councils of the nation for a wise
and liberal system of policy, and will not
hastily arrive at the conclusion that the
perils of the Revolution were fruitless and
ring tho rcces of the Jcisliture, are .
so laid before you, and will b found in tho
file marked B.
The file marked C, Contains twn incen
diary publications, n-oeived through' the
rncuium ot tne post oi.ice. , . ,
Believing tlut this Assembly will have
much to do in providing for the security
of the people; in providing for its own Ci.
ture accommodation ; and f r the cstablisF
picHM tv id re
turning you my .'tbmV lor t, 'e bopor
ytuhvc tl ne me in cleuiug Die to
rres dc ovet youf .dclibrratior.e dur .
trig the' presttit leiMon It hatseU ,
dmajpethapa rever, fi!leij t the lot .
f any public man, ''to have' hit ae rv!-
cea rewarded viih univeral appn bj
tionf 1 1 ttl lixh;rge cf the (iuMts ,
assigned tne," I shall icnuousjy con- p
suit that unerring of&cic7Vvl.ich finds a
place io every nj-b'a boioni, ' Tbo
station . you hare, assigned tne is 4ti -honorable
and i respon$iLle ope so .7
gentlemen ia your Station an h;rcra- i
ble and a reponiible.ore. Xvu bavu
mcntofancwrUnk;orsodiroctihethoan-Kreateit States ia thia- Concdcfacvi
plication of banking capital, so as to secure I you robstiiut? in part.' the firapd' 'o.
a sound circulating currency ; arid in pre
venting the injury to individuals, which
must otherwiso follow, when tho charters
of tho present banks shall expire, these
quest of ihr Sta e. Oo you devolves
(he duty f inquiring into .the tvila
which etist, jtud of 'cmedving thosp',
cils. Lockii tr into-the history of'
t. ! t a af a I e
twmg primary ouiecis ior me cousidera. mir a-m ..,,.....,
tionofthe LcaiaUture, I have declined l.':?!"- 7 V." T . Tf
A resolution of the. last General As
sembly directed the Governor io "cause
to be published in pamphlet form n Rc
port relative to the Declaration of Inde-
oendence PY a uommmoe oi .nccKien-
1 - ... . s
burg county, with the documents accom
nanvins the came j and also the Journal
of tho Provincial Assembly of 1770; to-'
cother with the rroceedings ot th Uim-
r . 1 I-.' lt JTKIa' ..t.l.' a!
ha been made, in a iiianne r,l lryat ftich
will miiet with the approbation of the Lesris.
lai nre: and the copies have, been distributed
in the manner directed.
The aceticy lor adjusting, and, settling
the claim of NorthrCjirollna ,uW the
General Government, for expenditures
made durins the late war in defence t the
country, was discontinued by a resolution
of the laat General Assembly, and our
Senators in Congress instructed to' irj
the a'needv payment of the said elaim
1 A ...
As thii is a matter ot considerable lmpor-
mC3 t; Ujo -a'c addjewed ft Iftte;
m A aaaa.l.aM Anl.l.ii - a all . ! . . .
making recommendations, which J, had - . . uM.,..; . pas :
contemplated,' relative to the situation of !n living, thetr condign. Let ua!
the UnhTrthy and the establishment of ,m..W I1' nor oulr,U? .ena ,n !velr" .
of common hool, and to the condition of n(r,,e in coug so wt .shau . ;
that portion of the Cherokee nation of t,et,e tnc .tricter ol Worth ,C,r
Indiaiw. that remain witliin the limits of I Uov promote the interest of our enn-
North Carolina, 1 am unwilling, however sthueots; and tonfer immortal honor, )
to close thiscommunication without adver- od o.irselvesi " Living, as we do, isu-V ''..
ting to the administration, of the General der the best government on earth, ad-
Government of the United States, and ministered by onr own servants, 'stria
congratulating you upon the prosperous y republican Jti its carar rcri cno:
.caiditioiiia which BadiiaJcriiUnat
foreign pegociations have been fortune e .pirit of freedom. Kich g$vc hlnh to"
and successful beyond all former example the revolution, let ua chefish thO KO:
our differences with other powers have -i , j. -r -n - it
been settled-our commerce is uninterrup 'f 05S'h!e
ted-our flag respected-our commercial bote .collision and confl cts which ,
intrrr.,iro uith th West Indl.S rflstnr-d hVe buried ttt CtCmal faiti the fCpUO-L-
new sourcci are opened for mercantile ! of all jp ist ages, 4 , , ' t
enterprizo ; and large sums of money se- ' On motion of Mr.' Matliewl Samuel t k.
cured, or received from foreign nations, Fi Patterson, was sppointed PrU'cipat '
as mdemfication to our merchants for pro-1 tlcik, and V tn J. Cowan CIcic As
perty unlawfully seized.' Many of the In.lsistant; r-C 'f ;
dia4rUiere peacyjetnoving ta plai Thnmiv Ti - Wheeler.Wns then sp-
ens, whenco they cannot annoy us, and pointed Door Keeper Green Hill; '
will no! themselves be injured or interrup- Miitt-of Door. Keeper.' ' v" v '
ted. ; We are at peace with the world, - c --n:.:.' w..' q w r..:i
and our national debt nearly paid off. , Be. ,0n motion of Mr. Spaif-hf, ordered that7' f
cure in such inestimablo advantages, , I thenuif,:of Order wd decorum of tha--
would aik, for what purpose are surged jast M,.on, 5e Adop(cV, fof thcb?ern -
to change an administration, that hae been -. ftf .hi Senata diirinn h- hrtt-ne v U
so benificially employed for our. common le,5jon j ,'nd; on motion of fir. Hawkins; T
welfaret Of what consequences it to ordered thst.ther be printed tcgethe.,
tho people of the United Statee, that some wth the Constitution of the 'United M'
pfiht jubordinato Sttssnd the Constitution of thUSMte. .
On motion oTMrVM'allin..c
ham, 01 dercd .thits messje be iseht trf '
ihe House of Commons, Informing tht ";
Houte that the Senate iff dulv organized! ' ,.
sed ready tb proceed to buUnets. '"ilU1
A mr-ige was icccitid irom ihOw
Houie of Coromonsj staiiiig that' it wsts '
orgaoiZfd, nd ha(J; appointed Ctui-lea1 '
Fisher, f.q. Speaker, CLsrles Mat.ly, .
Principal Clerk fcc. fcc- . ; . .1 '. "
f.Thotv Blarshall, Snatot " from tho
:?5Htt cf Cariortt, spptaritf- poduceV
have been dismissed by Ceperal Jackson;
provided the4 duties required are faithfully
perrormod by their irdecessofs T Then let
us nqt rashly aid in the attempt to disturb
this prosperous condition of our afUiirs, by
endeavoring to place them in untried
I have the honor to be,, gentlemen' . ..
Your obedient servanl; " t
ztruthe Office, A. C- f
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