4 i a
Mr. Jot. -U. flifNr, frf.ifitlm r.mf fV Ul i.rlVin ! w fn.mlln
muica tjof.j rn the ti-ir.' rl.il (T J j !if i.si'i.f to li.d liiniifin-r mir rrf 'iain
mna , I. !, re, f guuui iaf 4t lrpa-i ia d'-pir ll,a trry grass (rowm in ur
ll by, and rtifi(( Cor, i,.Jtn Umlf fjlirtrfft!!, and limits falling into ruin; ra
th eomiawwealth i f Virginia, made a I e-1uf irdured loon third tail of it al
' JUjmltu,Ja. Id. r-p'rt Willi rrt tUr.n, scrniiitmnid usr,and rents kTniot 1 notkina. Th
The farte,'on aMn of Mr, V4wnt,y to , provide for IiiiMlt Ing and jcomnwrce, which ire dill mnVrrd to
twk up the foiluwing relation, submitted I f '"if clmiM rf the ('emmotv jenjny, diverted from it proper chnnneU,
by Mr, Clay eelbe lull mat. i 1 . r""i"i 'rgi.a wtiicn was twice md earrird on with bormwae" capital, ant
hainsd by the tariff Mu-V.baarinf orTtheir
nurtituw. Jan. IT.. 1 pr'"i lo rwe favored Iambi, csl.ii out r:;i country, wnirfc
. ,.t- - i iwr -wmnncr, ana icavuig m ourtiwn
.wage, ftt.mbefcof PHitiott atid en- .....i. '.. . . . v"
mrU. k.,l, .k " ...j k. , r"r" "'" eruiuM wmcn tall
..j i i .
-IVs, .ndtbal ik. esh, U reduced. ' f , ' Ite cto .ta anr, whet do
AM imi im ,wniiiif m imiiet be tJr t.i .. t - l WB Mw mim4 i friends abandoned i
. . icM l report . M .nrd,nfflr. . , , s. b" r fathrr. te-
Pfl atirlrj imported frorn lorfijfn cUii
tri, ind not coming into eooirmtioit With
i cpi!-i- trtirkl tntd tt 'pMm& wiihtn
b V, Bitlca, cujht f rtbviih to t tbul.
etrapt lha cHtttM epot vincf and
rri-ut (.urtt f,f ! 1'iuttJ ?ttT,' Iftd
Lnnw nl tusaul II. t will tir ii.o
nimt a t'wpftria.m with intomrwranrp. It
t ix a upsfraifm to aay, ai ba Un of
ten aaid, Irwlllin atnglecsiiM hmpMnr.
d niura vk-. crim, mery. n'' wretf h
fdnOMi Inrvrry fornl, ilmiMsatil nd Bnrlal
IlMfi all Ilia other that Cmjfga ua
cHitltHd In truth, it m arareely trt
Lie to BuKt iU mwnr, tn any auapa, in
null nol be funnd, on
' ' ,. I&atinoflh4Ma,4otii r. " T t , (!nil . " "Z" "V"ir "' ",
. . . . thai tb motnt tfth. duUmj rrn. , " ' 7 7 "T fr. iim.
rooftiiiij; our klavea,
working hartlrr and
lanler . atrivin, wall
rert tb ruin which
- It ha often bw n my bit
M nf I .ntaPtimfhl Ba.nam lL.:. I " - firt IA ttm,
hrrario f Em.
7 ,1. X r""" Bl6 for thai purpoM, r4 li to a.
,JOn th. trt1cle.niing0t(,cmpa. Wia imprUw dett, wch w
vucaa wiium we w otiaa oiaiea, the outiea the c omnittr. Anioml lA laa niatlawf.
W ultimately tnjAltuJ to that the
riiiiji up in niau rciiiaunoi lillbriikrn
hirtatw nd with hi wife and hi little
onna, Uarinr blinir Ulnxn I Ka arrnra
nw ebiWuond, and tlte bonea of Ln ancea.
tura, ta awl- jn tha wiWcroew. that ra-
warii for indiwto', of which Vour Qtal bJ
dutr " ; ..7 ' K"y hM denrjd him.
o o artkla lUulL u tomp.rod with tk. ". enrpara, h ft, wbrn .f -
I . H - I ,
anw 14 inat aiticle. arr. anatanai . I . I ana aouat4r the r?nlal rlimna . it, l
m ' 1 ' 1 1 1 17 t I m . ... - r . . . .... w. M
pwntbeni!nlrera)ri.'V:;,.' i.,l-.-rr- winwmBillontk. od haa blewoj the 8itilh when we
- - llTM then addretMd th Sehata " . v" " ',.n,c,ea ,u ,wlu" ti- cmten..latn tU rare f. licit v rmir ,
1tfy tout hiwn u aupport of hia yr(ip. I ZZfJf a P -.nit . Ufht. hm ,he t,on. tL producara-of an artM-h, which
Kiott m Minnaitioo taiha ftmr u I """ riTrr, onn varoliaa. I unrter a avaiam iJfrw tnJ.
t . . II . - - - , , - . i I ; ' n-nii'i inu
hoaj nd in reptf lo Mf. Clay, WTwti h , " '"rrra ,M,I",W, ,be "1 h rkeU 6 the world-ii it rv
coBciiOTTO, nr. incurmm mared to poat. , , P"on, ana ma rruniD to ua our hert alnuwt tr bun.1
pwwtba further toomimUoa of th faardJ .. wun!.B e!nm'"B,he whole in to Hod the richHt Lie.,,,,, .hat an
.T u . , ' Man in afaia J lk ii: iff - it n I I . n . , -
uiion m Tiowj neiu -av . . , r . , Y ""mai, 1 nou'tf''K 'royitleiH-a ever almwered dwa
. M Tletrrtph aiyt of Mr. flavne'a . ,""UIOOUPIM lor thai upo lhbrad
nwki M IV k. i. . iL.i I "ri"' """UK-Ill of renrnwnlat vt. T1. l'i. l. ik. - i:
- r ."ii,i w hi uiai ven i , . I "i im i iiit-i wiin v
; Jltrn demonatraled, that the ayftero, M ,; n'' blt", tin ra. ment, to find the Uwnfio4. H-aven thua
h wfw n, h imiuai en ruinoue to tu n ' . w' w" nj,'aitea.
imofiffu witloit proper authonlr, and I is. whether we ahall u "'dtij
ample certificate oTcharactcr end wha- fatUra, or call no ere,
tnir aoine retrictiona eiiulil tint with nro.lia iirul.i-ii.. .1', .
1.. tj , I. ,.:.., .1' ' r netrim,
eifmhiafinot te htve proceeded, " dirwHj
or iiMJirertlv, fmm theexeeeaive uaeof ar
d.Tit aiiiriii.' What it one of it iromedi.
ate conaeqiieneea. The aad "elacla
of itaryiiig tui dettitute familiea, and if
snorant, lialf naked, ricioui cliMren,
nuaht tkfver to4w Dreamted in r 'coUntrr
like thit; where the demand for labor ui
constant, alio fu'ld ultirontcd, theaoureei
oewppfy 'tneihauatiUe, aud wfiorc there
i none to 1 make m afraid and' il nerer
wuuld be iireaented.or yerv rartlv indeed.
Ill a .
ti B 4BI ak1 a.aa 1. . . c "J m ' w
m 'i uai esues ruiiMfus in uiai 1 au . . t " lhw t;u. i wmvivu ut lire- iiainu 111 man .'mp aviit
S.h, that II it prejudicial to the marra. prT'!"!iM.,f Mr. Craige, to atrike not deny thnt 'there are other rL, l-s
tercet, whick it wofeeae to f 1 '""'wwui,. f klao
ucturinr Intereat which it nro.i
. .- r.. . . ... '7 v .
r, ana 11
iimariMi in, m ....... 4 : - . ,
1 " Ft vivpuiiiiuii. inn rni iimi
at liaif pat 8 o'clock, adjourwed.
. - - .1 . ,. ... . . . r
r, ana inai h wiu eot be eubmirTed to,
We ahoull ft abort of wbal ia du to hi
w tad eloquent appeal to the patriotism
n& wisdam of the Benate.''
- -" The retolution.it will be eaeej, wu
lWxtponed lor further debater and. aa
. J! L. f?ljnf1bn ww jDlkjemdlaJiinajwte. I- ' YMmfal-Jaiu. ft
. It is probable that Ihesubiect will baibJ The House OrtM'.raitmt Ia Ik. ...1 -1
1 debated before .he "uestioo on It is uk.,k- -IA moUgo of Mr. Polk, went
.,,'--ww vj in puotic to me I connnmee 01 me whole on the ftate
-"" ra, eo mr, unabated, as the mm
tYiuwt. i ailaa Iks la .IT .U.-L L .. i i
- ti , -j inv nair ronirinuien
iiuooara nrotvat ri.., 1 ia r..,,. k. .1..
.nniHiiiKWKini me ratio at rbrty.four M
whirh I have di-me
Irale ran. to some extent, be rar.
a ' . .
re o- ried on with createracilitv at NewY.k
1 j '
ana rot ton ny be raised more pn.fitalily
in Alnhama; but theio advantage wuulil
not have broken up thecoanmerro or de
nne anunreatncterl intereounie with for
eii.iiiw;emrMfats to realize the
mm monerate profit. Mm o not quit
their acniHtsxiied ernnlov mania, nr ika
of the Union. Mr. IIofTman in tk r..
Ilka erowd In the Chamber of the Senate -"d rewmed the coaaidoration ol the A p.' nomM ,,m'r f-'hera, lor' any small addi
yeatefdar abundantly Brnvad.Sn m.1 1 Portion me nt bill 1 L- . l.: I lion to thrir ria..n.. It i. -,k
. f 1 . wi 1 1 - -.wiii, ue nv nn I I - - 'i t wiiru ir,
wee toe namber, both e( ladies aad senile- mwn of Mr. Iluhliard of NewlUrni tric,ion - resfhed a point which leavee
rwen, wno attepded to hear Mr. Ifayne, '"Wi ta amend the ill by etrikiiw out "ie ri""r '" "P n ,0 on''' wl,i'" 'loeen it
n. aii ine space ia the Chamber whicb "-' MJZ Md iMcrtiwi, the num. 8
nanin aaa araaiaat,ak..,bs - a- ri j . a kaa a a a rr
uiiea BODMiune hei
ipr toe VarHOS aroceeded to bdsinese."
nniti. ik. . I ..Ll .1 ' 1. .
ywiini um uiuit, inai mis rctull wprrnlu
ced; awl, theref it id, that a rapid trans
fer nf rapita' ami population is now adihvl
Mr. Sncieht. nf V. r.i;. .4 1
the Huuae in oppoiiiQ lo ,k- '"' itii which the old State
-1 'a-jrw'-a'wsee-i -m -'" L . I - - wruiii. I ID I at . . . r
Wexie4lretU.rre-v-,-; 1 MiUtOfiWut, w uauIWaUof(',U,,,, Jww.tMftof the ouatnrwhere
BJomiioi Itie- L luted EUtae trarmm.ttinirl - ..Wiu a iiiMiiimem 01 the
fhe ansnsi report of the- Director of thl -V " w h "ou. he arue.1 t Er""' ou! !" 8,'u,n '
Jfmt, ethibitinc the operationa of that in. ought rather IdU rcduccrftl..nJ;;e cre.w,cn ,",d ,nt mitake
. a A . . . Ir IHin nt...... ,
isrsee ; fur Ihoult some mmk-nien had . , , m
titutioolorthe year 1831.
ated a large, Jfouao jf .JLtn,
Seyersf petitions were Drewsnlad. amorTa M'
woiea. erae-ont by Mr. Dallas, frorn a u " ",B more democrariceJ, yet a
. L avB !a ? 0 1i -a a a . . J atulU. 1 1 t . .
w aiuaws 01 raiiadetphia. pray. i-iac ci-iucie7 more to the pco
Inj tor the renewal ef the charter ot the dy traiisaction of the public buainess whicl
iJankoflhe Doited llatee. -After renorta "a due. tlher-wpk.
r emittftM and ordering ,rer-j . bills ThMiumbt:r nf 2i9. would approximate
. If w m ,e",n:, ,h 8o",,B l? - mob: in halfaceiittrmhe
"II .1 W UCU UI lUllllliU.. HWUH wuu i m lllll MflM lh.. Hfl1 .
5 ef etenrfjyt buainess, inf mtinued "hould Coneresi to en.' incresi
Dy, become ncccHsarv to build barracks to
wis submitted bv Mr.
x A " reeoTu'tlnn
. bprsgue, eallinx on the Execute lor lall
-VTOBOfrjenee retpectinf th4 North---astern,
boundary. . - - - .
coouia the nicinliera. Ifa ,lvori,u .
the loss " of memUra,1wuined by some
fiiai. a . a . .
a eiaiy corwus, and dwejt on the
great expanse nt a rinmerou Hoiirto,
several other gentleman spoke pn and
, wk. . . .J-4wrt """wy fMVMeel toe.- prroriatr of I. rr" V"1-" "UJ. wtnout i
- '"SlS i?" tnd-iiiw
rr U "-l4 P-Wic- If-awggeetetl tRllwm,lflanent.ai:
Ihe table for further eftn ''"V" VZno1 Uo
I Mr. Day was oiWnl.-, .I'Tu. J:. f"'-VM "T S"- f ho U. a on Mr.
-rfcewofthfteorreaiMidence asked fr a-A--wluU)n lr ia iiwdificarionof the
t nil m what-related t. the ltaru G ' TaruTt
i .k! m100' wo,!,,, Boe rJ"-1" w conw thwart;
e J. ''f ,,ntre-- w the con- hion of the rich fruits of this system
axanr 11 waa hirkfv i.?. . ., a 1 l r t ... . J
- - ,v --"''w wes-imrtaev- ww owit scaiiereii thare.tbey have ant
Jt?''' Pw' tWrVtW,' Sir,. wj
iJJ Mriwfwodenci eaJled kww them not-irw see theta twtwe
li n -" - !J.net8 wIt may be supposed, how
Ar .!?. ,w. fuD ofpJdice. or
r 1 1 ' . uw uuormation v aagrawiui 10 acknowiedire the bleu,
araa proper 1 but aa ha r,.,i lini a 1... l... 1 .
w f'i.u:-,: ""J ..r'Me'n"ni :'. " wou upwu-,, pir. we
nriati iiHZT 4. Tt " WM no iraPrc- tf men Mvint honor thrust
" kraiM 1, . aMm ProPa, UP wcm, and perbape there may be
. . . . . " " mmorir, nj. i luma a naring Denenis inrust un.
bWul:'2,,? -"CMVt'oCi Ibiuk, tbateyen in euch a caae. they
U --ome reconciled to their lot,
(and auhuiit ta their (ate with & food srs
- "k- 1 .? "-V "--nwwJmenrto But," I aaaure the gentlemen thai the ton.
. thl !vt 7 fe1 obiecUoa bf ditipn of the south ia nol Wly onn of un.
- .,, aonoBBaee.
. II. . lavamnljhfl iUnM.JAn I.... V . I t.
awl t v. ; , prvno- 1 T'-muu, um w rea km BU
k." "-f" "ConrufentiaJlyor rt-"lo-iy
Vn!uJ!!!!:7 i'T" by the the-inh.Ppy rchange wKicb wis within a
. raieiijaalrom Mame, ,n, nti few yearrpaat-iaken pl-celinhe" ouhlic
wenuea, was adopted.-' -rin i txtnttfrt&dr&jLmd
acier. 11 we iook at Ihe preaent condition
were entreated onl t0 try it lur .
iimo. we. were told that the tataa im
poea on tureign articles wwild be but
temporary ; that the manufacturer would
want protection but for a short timeonly
to give them a start and that they would
Boon t able 1 atand alot. We were
lo have had a donblc market fi.r iur cot.
wo bio.prcea, reytving eommerco, 4
kVt A lar avl - . ' . aT " - , A a .
7 - JT"""j"T-y, cjir, aucrjtie expe.
nuiiio in iuur vears, the tsn ol "2 eamn
uprorconsidarntion, by which the protec
tinesvatem waa to tm fitrtHo t...i.j
Y ...IV, vAitnuru
and enlarged. ... And-what was found to
nave been the? result rf fiiur vejirs exneri.
eneeat the ?oiitblDt a hope fulfilled,
not one promise norienW mt
j . 1 T?1B v ua a. 1 Ufa
Uillon intinltalr worse lhaa"it had boeii
feuryears before,- Sir, the whole Soutl)
wee -up as w rrrta.;-tnd brdtcatl aa,nt
aurUefLeiMnmefit with - thta-tfltkl
system.The whole of the rcprenentifjycs
AflAMH Ol. t... X: ' " .1
. .! umiw, irgiuia, norm Carolina,
Sooth Carolina, Geerzia, AlaUma. Mia.
Bissippi and l ennesser (with, . I believe
oui three, ilissenUng yoices,) recorded
their votes asinst that bill. Sir. do not
gentlemen find to- Mite fcet, aome evidence
ol the.dajiger(nis ciistfthat legi-a,
lion on whtcb this system is baaed." Can
it be wise can it be just-can it be I nm.
dent to adopt and enforce, a policy so es
sentially Mcttontl in it character! Can
we hope for harmony, peace, and concord,
wnite entorcing a system against which an
entire teen on ot your country so strongly
revolts r It is the essential Drincinla of
uio reprencniauve system, that a mutnal
sympathy of fueling and of interest, should
bind together the people and their rulers ;
ana h may do worthy ot profound reflee.
ttoft fcow ftf that principle is eaaentially
preseryed by a scheme of legislation. un
der which the feelings and interests of so
large a portion of the country are outrag.
l!miawJyrhm .taWar im
posed, not hy the representatives of those
who are to bear the burthens, but of those
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES rf (nnd 1 1iri,, uke Charleston
T-':r-''v rv to, ji,. u ' y T of alJws) find svery where
Vivii.4 u. , w air, iHecmmiMing memonais otcnir for-
- 7Zm S? It a Pin too eionSy
t.MTTis T Mtn(,taid0? . thet, without , aoine change in
''lJtili ri . .i yw Hie Mdayiof eur prosperity
TTT "ryofthe a nun., J." Sir, .lit within J,
f Xi r lUMtl 'to eoltect such own experiea that, in the devoted city
rfeT U mwhichy has beencast, i thrivini
of, 1 li. f'r. foreign commerce, was within a few year.
- :Z? ,etas wool, cotttm, Pt, carried on direct' tolEunpe. live
iSi7iiSr7:TJ'ttS hdB"lW Chants, with largtfeapiuls,
StT7 W.,0ltmto engaged in the foreign trade! We bad
IS t if to t?W1f iUtW' ""1 lhiPV nay of them built.
- V. "m m early tun d "Xowned in Charleston, and irivimr
nploy meat to a nun;iroa and valuable
VlV .lffM.kM2.. . . .1 .1. -.
ai eM, trwamiomg the tfore. ftt the state f thkgs nowl-Our me
aaid , Itu-onnatioiv I9 accompany it with chanJV bankrupt or driven away-their
ich. t Usiff eiAKMe pea,tmjwn-4-fa capital Wtdt or;tima'
pm opinion may be nest, adapted to the it--our, abip yards broken up our
gvwent If tbt pabc fcitwesj. , b4Pi 3ao'4 !-.ya Sir, ! wu' toM the ye,
on families by the general ass of this dsad.
ly poison.. It paralyzes the arm, the
brain, the heart. All the beat afTactians,
alt Ihe energies nf the mind wittier under
its influence. Tim mail becnmeB a mam
ac, aud is locked up in a hospital, or im'
brue hit hands in rhe blood of bis wife
or doomeil to the penitentiary, or, it he
earspes theae eonaeqwrices, he becomes a
walking peatilence ou the earth, miierable
to bimaelf, and loathsome to all who be-
h'4d him. How often do we see, too,
hole families contaminated by the vie
khis example of tie parent husband,
wivea, daiighters, and sons, all drunkards
andfunea; sometimes, wiacs mordering
tbdr huabonds; at olhers, hubsm!s their
wives j spd, worst of all. if worae can be
in such a group of horrora, children 'mur
dering their parent. But below this
gradatifrriine, how murb i th.ere of nn
acen and untold miaery llirciuahout other
wiw happy land, proceeding from this fa
tal entiie alone.
I am pcmiadtd that if we could have e
attttiatical survey and report of the aiGiirs
f unhappy families, and individuals, with
(lie cauj id their miaarv annexed, we
alxajld fwtd nine caaeaout of ten, if not in
UuU gcealcx. propudion, reetiltmy fmnr thrT
use ul ardent Hnta-aknre. With this
conviction, which seems to have become
univerkal among reflecting men, the apa
thy showed to the continuance of the evil
ran only be ascribed to the circumatanee
that the miachicf though verbally admit
ted, ia not seen and felt in all its enonrm
ty. If some fhul plijnie, of 1 contagious
chsractar, were imported into our country
no had commenred its ravages in our
cities, we should see tliu.wM prompt and
vigorous measures at once adopted to re
press and etfinpuishiH' biiF"whafTSre"1he
moat fearful plairues that ever earned
death and havoc in their train through the
eastern countries compared with this;
fhey are mJv occaaiuual, this is poren-
nial.' They are eftnfined by climates or
place ; this malady ia of all cUmates, and
all times and places. - They kill the body
at once ; this consumes both body and
soul by a lingering and dreadful death,
involving the dearest connexions in the
vortex ofrairii What pn'rentrhoweyef
xemplary himself, can aver feel, that his
son is safe, : w hilc this living fountain ' of
poiwi ia witum Till Teach, uoir grant
that it may soon become a fountain, scaled
in our country at loast. What a relief,
hat a delichtful relief, would it be to tura
from.tlie. awful.and, borrid past,, to . the
pure, peaceful and happy future ? to eee
the wirings of life aud feeling and ir.tclli-
imtustry, and proeperity glowing around
uvlbQ-alUrs oi ornieatic poace and lovu
rekindled in every family 1 and the reli
ffion oTthc Saviour presented with a fair
field for its celestial action.
The progress already made by our tem
perance societies in advancing this golden
age, proves them 'to be of a divine origin.
.May the Almighty crown his own work
with full and speedy success.
. I remain, deajr Sxt,. '. .... .
Respectfully and truly yours,
-"TrT" WILLIAM WIRT. ''
I tie pi trnrf of diviiis worvhip, are Biliima.
t by Ihev-f niiunil' . win tim' I l-taiu
a h' tintv' ariii ail im; lauo rial mini
. . . . .
olln'f wie b Witlihelil rom inrin. 10
' i t, wtifn'tm
itu.t kiiii in
p-1 1 i
in I .nth thbia
yentne-s with (he I,
otifr reppeet thea ninlitly collpttions al rt ur prewnt toLIm 1 .' " u w.
mertinga, not under () suiervion of any J the nflniirholy etpnriatira . '"
.i.r.M.lv , wiuai.. I anil Willi all ik. i .. - "a
f 1 ff. ..I.li. if.Ii I sfcfaw Ira K ft Is aa S . . . . A '
white aorirly, are eyrftin-ly rilijirtKina-
blo. 1 hey J d to hnbits of irregularity
and idlettcaai dinnaliy Bfrvants from ac- n Wilful prejulicea, or
. L. .1 .
. .... "111111111.UJ 1
five eniplovnicia during the day. aud prw pp"0nU nf e rneajure f, "
bully oriMiaUi piany mUr virea, if wot th benefit, ty proniajo!."
rrimi a. I thrr-nramj1iinii toyou, wheth- cbcinS) lhat cannot suceood, I
BotTK! proviaions should nut Im tnade to " la our !iiaion, the tima V
eicluile !hea nrgro preacher who com' when the tly nuaniLL. . . rfij
priefy be Imposed bn these niglitly amm- Dinguise it. as we may k. . c nll
blies T It has also Men aurzented. as a ia atarimr ua in il. t ' . wnui fn-'
further precaution, that the free blacks ted store houses, uraifoot a
alspuT4.be prohibited by law from keeping from our contracted' commnrJ
pro- is the criaii of our die I . All .'n Bu
- ...ing M
fire arms) and that some additional.
vision ought fo be made by enforcing the lo imle the sign of still fmi".7 P"
14 Act lo, prohibit the emigration of free J mark the omens of still great ' t
aettremilatioee- tnty- this f taterund I mgTrpnn u fxTan; Tl! rwapr
fbr other puqKrses." The prm-unoat of done, and that speedtly ta7J
w are exjreniely aluUry, yet tliey Mtbitantt 0 AVriersj eitir J f
Idorn cnfiirrf.iT." Many (ia nrintii I ra Pnuf- " of Crt.
. . f ,.ft jm alv IIIOq jnlaraai
belonging lo this 8tste, spend a great por- lo be Ihe moat benefitted by tl ' "
tinn of fhe yrar in Philadelphia and oU.er and will yotj not en J,l
plarri, where they can obtain more lusrm- spirit ie it f Will yon fciiaai" f
live employ nt 1 ami rerum tier in Ihe J recommendations, and encoura 7
fall, to winter on iheir friends; or, per. I means, this neceswry worl I urn J't
aid, in raisioff a Moi...
hana. mnr. runiijirtllif m lli miI.Iiji I a!l Im vaiul. - af
...... . ., .. . ... ,uv v. wi 1 1 w.v. iBi.iuir . iiin..H.. . . r
Thus, while we are derived ofafl the U the G'lobv of iUR,.,. Z "": : Ml
beacfit of their labour, we are subjected to I youraelves sndyour children a
Ives snd your r ..i,l.r. .
the evil influence of their habits ami exam- awe prosperity and briwKt t
Ie, and not unfreoueotly to the charges of wanted is a resolution M .. 1 xm
theix maiuteiuince Murine the wiafer sea- the meaaure shall mw.l j-. ' ,1,
1 .. . " n Will ha
son. Would n t a liberal fee to tha nfli. rcoum etcd ?
cert, charged wnh Ihe execution of this
taw, and a penalty for the neglect of thoir
duty enaure a belter enforcement of its
uaef ul provisions T It too often happens
mat our laws remain inoperative for want
01 suca sanctions.
REDVCTIOy OF THE TARIFF.
Mr. Cloy has laid on tl.. 1.1.1. :.
Senate, a resolution, "that the
duties po .rtiCa. imported S
cigo countries, and a ,...,.'
prtition vilh im!ir rticU,mdZ Z.
ductdvithi the VniUdStal,i,6JZ
be forUiwith aUdiahed, except ,b, 5
reduced." and "ik.t ik. ..b " J
Central Rait Road of North Carolina.
I is with foelings of no ordinary eratiG-
Cation, that if nnaml 1. u. J
tiietirai page ofjhis number, the Act ' " ,n eomnullee on fn
passed for incorooratinn tha rvr.l R.;i Mnce "P0" D,u cccordinlrlv.,,
Road Company. We rcjnce that amid Ihe P" " ,"c,'y nt h been sxpectcJ
gloom and spsthytlau prevail among wnr ? rePort(l aomelime past.
iyii.-afid-wnicTi''Ior too i long a tiins , " ftiraa euW&Wn'steaT
ua.B juicwaHHi nw. ruin of au uiose pros. .' " l',","i miy I Jheta,
pecti, which once we delighted, to con- U -ml ."modified," ,ral
template in imagiBation, that a spirit of y Clay io0 wbo wt been toll
ai.i.... I .-k:L:..-j . ,1. .... an Iri hwiuni i W. . . .
""T w"iuiio uaeii. vvnatev.4 x " Kai waasr ia tha
er may be the result of ibis attempt lo . ! "dueUne of
raise the character or our State, for in Y"' '. , w u ,n "ow propoaid
this age of science and improvement, lhat toJzJ? by f ke
goyernmejitiadied1yhrldmreDrfrW prese duties tjhich bear severelv aBm
aH av H a. 'i ' " I TnA mlaaaal .f ika ? r
inai remaee 10 aavance the proaperity of ,, Vj , . ,, Prt'calar, and
a pwpnr, wnaiever mav be the remilt
yet we hail even this eiidoavour lo cst
imm our xommonweajth the merited cen
surer with "einrvie gtadnesa of heart. It
...t m ua in inc power ot those who
have been awakened, to a scnae of i)
greai ciaims mat are resting upon us, and
the extensive interests that are now joo
mrdiSfd by neglect, to Command success.
The friends of improvement, and the ad
vocates for public works, may not be ahln
io etioct the object which
AboltMhmr all those which ar.
A'ofcJ, East and WeM, well
Swrth hos throwing the burthenial'i;2'''
aUoo enircy upon the South, instead of
principally, as at present 1 This is Rt
duction, with a a vengeance T injury bp-
on injury! and insult upoa inp.lt f ld
does Mr. Clay and hia rnafT;nt..Mlki "
, j , wna
we doubt not from what has beea lailJiJ
ed on the subject, will succeed ia this
th.. k.. nOM iBiquitous and outrareoei Brof.
view. All the bigotry or prejudice and all Tr , iin Wl11 tem,,y iubmi '
the timidity of the doubter. k. t0lt- " lhey do, we ran tell them that
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ttop.nS,nst ""moai?ure. with
hich, in .our opinion, is now idant.RaA
Ihe-tnieet advantage of a lar! nortinn ftr
w uinaoiiania. i ei we rejotcf Uidt thf re
a aoino, wno nave risen trom their sleep
and are now prepared to land thir inrt,,!
enc ajid talents to Ihe aid of the greatest
n.iunruiKing uat ine iegwiature of North
warouna has sanctioned by a law.
W. k.ra -n..k. i .r . i
..ni. TO 111 me aoove nar
graph, as if an uncertainty 'fa relation to
me issu ol Ibis attempt wu to be cher
ished- v But ehall thero be fwrmitted i
dout as tQ ;iU success I Can w people
..L. I I. a. I.. I . i. . r
wiitt 119TH lainy m!n compelled to e.xpe
1.1-ni.c su paiiniiiiv, anu to so great a de
gree the adversities of life. who are dai
ly remimled, by the loudest complaints, of
imur ui.ionunaie cimuitron. of a dnr-
ed commerce and a general desertion of
our agricultural districts thro emigration
still bold on to the miserable wretched'
svsiem, it system il may be called. tht
From the Seleneetadp (X. T.) Standard.
1 he following interesting and eloquent
letter from Mr. Wirt, was written after lie
Was attacked by the disease, which threat
ened to prove fatal to his most valuable
Letter f Mr. IHrt on the nhjeet of in.
Baitimobi, Dec. Utb, IWl.
o the Rev. Mr. Navies. ,"
My Da S--I hadiioped that I w-as
about to escape the prevailing influenza,
nut I hod my neaitn bo much impaired by
it this morning, that it will not be in my
power Ie attend the temperance mevtimr
of this evening, aa I proposed to have
does. Id this and in all IKing, " His will
be done. His. holy will.-howe' f it cross
asy. cViL 1-ebowJd bivvc - been gjaj to ,
have been permitted lo bear mj humbla
lesnmony in the cause of temperance. i !is firm, tt..r nr;r.!.. - --j ..n....
, . , . - ' ' : f -. s..""" : K'fV'r" ""reus.
biw tyfrm A-kifj-ftm, irNbUy asscniblietcf th Wackj, uidei
DELAWARE The legislators eftbls
State met ou 1 hursday the 8d ultimo
The following ia an extract from the Mcs
sage ofuvernor. Hamrd.
- During the last full, our citizens were
thrown into a considerable alarm by ap
prehended insurrectionary movements on
Uhfl part Qf.wr..Wsck population.,-. A scene
of bloodshed and horror, enacted in a
neighboring state, by a band of revolted
slaves, and tha current opinion that this
was only the premature development of a
widely concerted plan of general insurrec
tion, together with some particular acts
.ofinaubcjajion. en the part ftf our blacki
created serious apprehensions, on ihf.
minds of many, for our own security.
The excitement has in a great measure sub.
sided ; but it may he well to reflect wheth.
er it is not the part of prudence to provide
against the possibility of such a terrible
calamity. It is not at'SU probable that
any such design has been formed, or par
ticipated in, by our blacks; they have but
f w inotives, or incitements to such a
course, and they know tow well how cer
tainly it woHld bring down speedy destruc
tion on themei-lves ; but it is certain, that
attempts have been made from abroad to
render them dissatisfied with their eondi.
tion, and to prepare them at some distant
period, for a forcible change of it. Hurh.
fy inflammatory and insurrectionary pam-
piiitjia nava oeen iniroauced, and circula
ted among them, chiefly it is believed,
through tha medium of black preachers
wbr have ready access u thcnL ar ihiTi
mentis of inculcatilng, in the most danger-
has already ruined so many, and is hemrly
beggaring its thousands? ' Shall our cat
zena bo indifferent to social nrosneritv. fo.
main-prme, io ineir own individual gain ?
. I i 5.
muni wo conuuua looxirtg, as we too long
have hiok,ed, with unblushing or stupid
aimns,io me stupendous works of other
Slates, without an exertion In redeem our
wasted prospects! Are wo to exhibit to the
world, the example of a community thai
can command k unfold advanUgcg by anly
vuiiiiun lowra , auu jei win not only not
bestow them, but in wilful, cruel jeering
w ill mock the attempt of others to diffuse
benefits among meir fellow citizens?
SliolV Rail Road, which is to bear upon
it, ther produce of art extensive and rich
region of country, be not advocated and
fl Mun a ti.!
argely reap tire fruits of Hs establishment.
inactive and sluggish as we have here
tofore been divided and distracted as our
opinion upon other matters may be limi-
icu in moans and resources as we alt are
yet this work can be accomplished.
Ertn one grenter caa be accomplished.
But it never will be commenced if we sit
dawn and pronounce it impossible ifridi.
cute of the plan itself is) to be the tct of
its very pract.cab.Uty. It is high time for
our citizens to cast from them their ha
bits of mactivky, and to call tip their dor
mant energios; for energies they have
and in full sufficiently for any undertaking
Thkib is w ealth ixorca too iji thb
Statz and niore than enough to make a
Rail Road of twice the extent of that pro
posed. We speak understanding whan
we say, that no other district of coimfrv
.awnaiwn, as inai inrougn which the
bbh noaci is to pass. It mav be built f
nail me cot ot those in Maryland or Pemw
Fj.vanja ; tor here tuUure haa infiu
they are wofully roistskenj and that Ibt
whole Southern people will rise up srainat
it, to a man, and resist it, at all blank'
end ia defianerrof al consequcnaas
Uiem beware, thee, and mark the falls of
of the goose with the golden eggs ; for is
urodly the very mildeat submissionbUa.
morjg us, will not submit lo this. Thil i;r
bo burat' of fugitive passion, but Ihe Ian-"" " -
guaje ol truth and reason-; and weaayfo
thein, with those. Who have Uaa willing
bear much, but cannot bear every thm....
Bewr for the love of Cod, am, the,
peace, and harmony of the couutrv.tk
tUa thing '.do not drive us to tx- '
Aiigvtta Chron, : .
From the V. S. Ttlegraph. .
Either the doctrine of tha Virginia, and-
Kentucky resolutions, interoesitions and
all, is righf, or 'thtt of Mr. Webster is so. .:
We again repeat, that there ia nn mid.lle
ground and the attempt which has been IT
ao continually and artfully" made in the r 4
Richmond iEnquirer, for , the last two
years, to explain away the doctrine of '9? -is
neither more nor less than a branch of
that policy, so well described br the editor .
of the Whg", of undermining them
The-W hig asserts thai'the Jefiei
is the only paper in the State which main
tains those old doctrines which it demcn-
atea as nord; That the talented and pa!.
Motic editor of that paper stands alone in
the ancient dominion the lundof Thtitnae
Jefferson, John Tyler, and Spencf Mowe
is certainly a subject for the wtlf sl
,ncho!y reflection.; :r. It ir eidetftr" ao
acknowledgment of a most dangerous de-
cay of wound principles; snd if it may b
considered as a true inferoretafion of the
State, of an unparalleled degeneracy ; but v
we trust for the safety of our institutions
and for the honor of Virginia, that such if
not the fact ; that the giant only slumbers,
and wilfspeedily work to burst asunder tb
liiltputian tie by which Mr. Ritchie and "a
degenerate . band of office-seekers have
endeavored to fasten him down.
A Convention of the fricndr'rtf the AJ .
ministration large and respectable, was
held .l!j!ewOrlfiBa--tm-.iha -11th .ult
wont yfejen members of the Legislature
and seventeen delegates, representing
nearly every pariah in the Sute, were pres
ent. A ticket of elertora waa airraid UO-
The Ijouisiana Advertiser .says
The State of Louisiana has' snoken by
one half of t he representatives of the Le
gialature who ware present, nnddcleimtea
thu given, will be ratified by the people
indeed there is acarccly a praspect Jthat
oppoaiUon ticket will be formed."
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