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Tnu wi.don, of kghh , ia eu, rs , 2,SJilT lU "1
JBY BURTON CRAIG!;.
no rtxpoiiM ia the heart of the citiicn, and which will bt evadod with little remorse.
. - .. . . ... .!, . Itr,' Vkannin . '
" Th- Mowing extraordinary aarruvc
.ihridcfld from Mr. Kn s ? A
imtures on he Columbia River." M
-hrr-inurirliK9 UnUk- with-
mrf. aiui arrived alW eight boors tier
cu i a beautiful valley which famished
ttu stream fur all, ami pJemy f clover
krikiit(. and to rest thewwelves and their
cattle. Not having a m flkieiit number of
fcrwa, a-vero! of the party were obliged la
! and walk by turns, ami were com
qiH-mly disposed to linger awhile before
iKcwwiiirnH their journey. Our author
was tempted by some wild cherries, which
lurod him to some distence., along the
banks of a rivulet, till ha earn" to an arbor
f,,rmed by cherry end sumach tree, lit
fathered a quantity of th fruit, sod sat
down i'i enjoy the coolness of the ahady
!i was a charming spot, and on the
oeontit bank waa a d-lijMful wildcroe
of i cnmr.n hue, honeysuckles, wild roses;
and currents. 1 ti ' resemblance to I
irwnd'a summer-house to which I had
pent many happy days, brought hack
home with all ita andoarin rcollecti(m ;
aad by tcatterel thoukhtM were ucca-
lively -cuitd with the pant, the pretent,
and the future. In this tatc, I full iato
p!fiing, othins rrverie, which, joinel
to tha moraine' fatigue, gradually Mald
my velidt, and, unconacioue of my aitua.
tifis; 1 "Wiiined inyV1f to' the Influence 7jf
the droev god. But imagine mv feeling!
altn I awuke in the evening. 1 think it
wibuf fire e'clock, from the A-ciriiini
apparioce of the aun! All waa calm and
tiVi I aa the crave. I hastened to the
ix't hre we kreakfaated i it waa vacant.
J nm t.i the plaee wherethe men had
ioaie iheir fire : all, were gone, and not a -Vtige
of man or home appeared in the '
ttr f C-fla- tmul "tattjlit Ind f t
wiled out, in vain, in vain, in eerv 'lirec.
ti b, until I became hoarae ; and I could
t bmger cxiceal from aayaelf the Hrend.
fu! truth, that 1 waa alane in a w!l, Imia
ki l)i tad country, without a horee or trnw,
and detlitu'e of covennf . ..... The e. j
ting wij now cloeing fart, and with the '
approach of night a heary dew commenced
falling. The whole of my- cloth conaia.
i led of a ginHiam ehirt, nankin trmvw m,
aita1 a pairuf light leather mcaain, tmich
. won. About aa hour before broakfaU I
kd takim ofT my coat, and placed it upon
eue of the loaded horaea, intending to put
V on fowarda the cool of the evening ; and
one of the men bad charge of my fowling.
licet-. I waa even without my hat ; for
n liie'agitatiad siaie of my mind on a wa
tailing, I had loit it lie hind, and I had ad
vaiiced too far to think of returning fur it.
At toiue duUnce oo toy left I obetrved al
- fald tf hiijh itromj irraa. to whicb.l pro.
cmhIwI, bimJ aAer pulling enough to place
uoui io ne tfewnto reat. l.r. . w,.ir.it;..k. , . ,
.WH fcotn . carer, near him. Think! " Z 1 Zl W ' b'
mlwmW, howerer, in gaining bfanrh.
jlcn gave me a Abided advantage over
'.'.iiJtlughXgu emMad in .i.
noy .a muaie and cl.w, ia m , man
ner with my atick, aaeflktually to check
SAf.ISBURVt.n0WAN COUNTV, N. cJmondaV FEBR'JARV Mwr
, -Mr.. .. ............
hgU ubr tu act wthe"Bffl.ii!t
thrw aoiim atonea at th animal, and aviif
niai hoa-imi toln den; The bowling of
mmwm ami Deert-wtt nrmtymry-ffiu.Tc;
but the wolf of the cavern did not ieain
diaturb hiut. Ilia naked r.. mmrm k.,
thethoroaJanda. Ml. . . a .111 JT"1". An r.pinir the Urk
be tore from the let. of hi. troVr. r.i f M.M'fitewjJiIf
daily renewal of which craduallv UreJ kU Ti.- r '
h iook pomewnon. -
limb,. When . wolf approached, he le cZ nhSZ "T ' 0Vflr
volid bieatick at it, a. hough aiming . MJr 0 IM,k'"
u. I and whetl r Ibay had itmJ rf 2l S m .'"i, 't'
ppereut boldnemi. thev
generally retreated upon one occasion,
however, thil ft ralairem failed Lun: the
animal waa either too ineiperienced, or
wo cunning 10 be ao deceivel :
"About dgak an iminenae welf runhed
out aTi tluck fojHie, a abort distance from
the patli-way, planted liinwelf directly l-e.
lore me tn threateniiur poeition. and an.
poareq acienrunea to depute my parage
He wai not more than twenty feet froo
me. My aituatioa waa desperate ; and aa
I knew that the Jeaat eymntom of faf
would be m eigne! for attack, I prreent.
iu remain mere dunnir the r.i nTii..
nigbU-I (i1vd oiyenll in that part of tho
inina jrom which the principal grand
branc.hea f rked. and wh irk tirawwatnlMrt ma
rem talImK during my fitful atumbera. On
me morning of the 7lh, a little after aun
nee, tlie U.r quitted the trunk, ahook
nimaeu, 'ciuil a lorn-ma imrerinr U,L in.
wardame.andalowlv diianwamrf In ....k
ofhia morniog'a repeat. After waiting
aome lime, aporehenaive ni hi ntfurn I
uonccnuea ana reauineJ my journey,
wrMixa the wooda, in a north -north -cat
direction, la a few hour all
e.l uiy atick, and ihouted aa loud aa my of the precedinirniffbt WU mr kn oom.
weak Voice would . permit. He anneawd uenaated hv Mlm-K;k . -,.11 l-...
7" "'rtlcd, nd regaled a f.w Wae-puth, with freah traceaon it,4Kth o
..... .rr mg m. piercing eyee nrm. nouia un.l human feel : it lay throueb
.v him iinnn mm . ..iw..nj ...u I ... i .
. r7 mm, wMwan wtXKl in a nortll-euit t'fMiran
when be conimencad bowline in a tnoat
"n".Miuj5 iinuiuct, ana auppoaing tna ta
tent ion waa to collect a few of his com
radea to aaaurt him in making an after
nfyrft repaf on toy half faraiidied carcaae
l redoubled my criea, until I had alaaota
loat the power of utterance, at the aame
time calling out various namee, thinking
i niigni mane, it appear that 1 waa not
alone. An old and a young lynx ran close
pa-n me, ami did not atop. The wolf n
mwmad about iftft minnfn ttt ttm- am
I, ... ...... v ... i iiu vatiio
Dotiilion : hut whether mv wiM mnA C..r..l
f J lis. .ItU IM.I I I4J
eclamati(w deterred any others from
jominj,' bim, I cannot aay. . Findinr, at
lerrff h," my rfetermmatioi ' nor "to flinch.
and that no aaaiatance was likely to come.
ne retreated into the wood, end disappear
eu in me aurrmindin? r oom. I he ahadna
..a L l i , . .
w pW w were now descending t, when I whic he had walked for the !. i- A.,.
came tola Verdant unot. mirronned hv .v- k. , . ., '
. ' ' ' j f w itttti ir raw rm m I r inimi Mumh t
..,.1 c.n r i... . - i. .
. . . ... v. w. .winv III
which J observed number of small j!hk
About an in the eveninr, I arrived at
pot where a party must have slept the
in? night,. Rouad the remains ,S
a larp fire which waa still burning, were
eeanerea several halfnicked bones ofi
grouso, partidges, and doc ks, all of which
I collected with economical indurfrv
After devouring the flesh, I broiled the
bonea. -The whole scarcely sufficed to
give me a moderate meal, but yet afford
ed a moat fctawnabfe relief to mv fammh.
ed bodv. I enioved a comfortable len
this night close to the fire undisturbed bv
any noctural viaitor." ; ;
Towanfa the ''evening of 39th. the wea
ry and nearly naked traveller, not without
souee hope of a termination, to his aufTert
logs, was still pursuing the horse track jo
small trees, and full of rushes, which- 'u.
duced me to hope for water; but after
searching for ame time, I was still doom..
on to bitter disappointment. A shallow
lake or pond bad been there whichjhe
long drought and beat had. dried -up. J.
then pulled a quantity of tbe rushes, and
spread them at the foot of a large atone,
which I intended for my pillow but aa I
was about throwing myself down, a rattle
snake, coiled, with the head erect, and the
lorked tongue eatended la a state Of fright.
Ail oceillatton, caught my ye immediate
ly under the stone. I instantly retreated a
wj'lw and over me, I rwomn.ewled mv9oWl,",4M,,'!f Wl ssuung rregn cour
His Jong waadoring, was not, he tells us,
- ' . a eniman, named
rntchard taring lost Liinwli m the east
ia or the irKintains a few years before,
waa wswmree m the wwidr thirty
five dsys before be was discovered. lie
waa not, however, so young and so inexpe.
nenceaas Mr. ton he laid Uape for
caught Mi with
Itieljfwii hair, and occaaionnlly regaled
-: .ut mUL I. BiUil IIMI I uui. I.l I ha
him tew days he had been too tuu
hauatsd to procure food j and, when found,
waa quite in a nelpleae stale, endeavouring
w vi am ufivn mi samis aiia ieeu
riOM TBI iaMNtl OP TUB COWfTnTTtOS.
Dtath rf Ike America Svitfm
wie.1 at vtasniagton.oa Monday, the 1 1 th
ofanuary, I63'J, the eeluhrated non-da-
acript animal, long known throughout the
iiited States, as a treat disturber ot the
public pace, undor the familiar title of
-the American 8yter.M Tbia imIab.
choly event was announced ta tha Senate
of the Uuitel Siatea bv Mr. .k,.
.1. . ... . . ' , -.
nau long una it under bis especial protec
tion, in the following significative words:
"A coasuteration of the state of . tha
public revenue has become necessary, in
consequence of the near approach of the
entire extinctjojj(f Jhtubbc Debtfaiid
concur with you, air. In believing that
no season could be more appropriate than
iiw ("will acaaion oi iJongreaa, to en-
1 Monday, Jan. 25,
- Wr.CIty'f resolution, witlr tbft tuned.
meut nffi)red by Ir, Iluyne, wae taken sp.
Mr. Dickersoo, having tha fW by court
wyt ifoke about thro hours in reply to
MKHayae: ift.t1trWf.port of Ibrori.r.iMJ
resolution. The further connideration f
the subject wai tlten postponed, on mniU
of Mr. Hmiih, of Maryland, to Wednesdsv
ne, when, or course, Mr. Suiith will
have the floor. . '
Tutlla. Jan. 94.
Mr. Hayae presented the hienmrial tf
ine minority of the Bouth Carolina LJa.
lalure,opo to aullifk.ation,eigainst the
protecting system, which, without debate,
waa reierraa i the Uotnmittee on Fi
UWsfsaW Jtn. 23.
Mr. Benton eubmhted renolutioiui call.
wg for imporunt Mtformation with re card
iu iu iaaa oi tna united ruttea.
Tkurmiai. Jan. 20.
Mercy presented the memorial of
YVeyi cMMlt)ed bis r,iiiinei,i
the esteUiahment of 41, OoQ at the rutin,
Messrs. Huo, JJell.ralton aad folk, d
Mr. Iibbaru"a propiwitioej to fit the ratio 1 ,
at 44, 0(K), was negatived by ty.teif-
ayea I03,lnd noes f Uc Mr. Howard mi-
red an amendment tl changt the time of '
His) bill goina Into operation, from he 2ni ' , '
10 I lie fllh iJ Marrh. ill arrfar thai II. a hm-
afniweight (jibe Suture! States nm ti be!
preserved in the electoral , eollrg-, 14 a
me ensuing rretMientuii aincnon: 1ml i.
fre the question waa disposed of, th ..c ' 't '
mittee roM and roported, and the Ifou?a - '
adjourned. w . ,r '
. . ; i . ' Thursday, Jan '
Mr. Archer, from the Committee eu Foi '
eign Ahairs, reported a bilfgivliigetTcrt t !V
a coniioercial arrangemeiit between the II,"
8 cV (he Republic of CoJumbim, The II.
went iiite Coramitteeon the apportionment .
bill, and after some time spent io the d".
cus-ion of Mi. Howard's motion tosinonj -the
date of the commencement of the i sw
apportionment, the motion waa withdrawn
by the moverSevf ral rwiti'ona wem
then made to strike out 48,000 and inaeit?
various numbers Letweea 43.000 ami Ad.
OOOj all of which were'Tost, and the cow -
V. Statea Baak. Mr. W'ilLina, from the
Banking Ce-rteke effect after the li'ptra.
110a m toe term lor which tha nreMi Uni.
ted Statea Bank ia chartered. The mem.
onal waa ordered to ha nriniMl n,t .
j ... . - . . . . . . i. -rr- - - ...
7 T " OT'acrpry aajMunxnt of I mierrea 10 me rpeolal Uemniittse .on the
i 1 hi in
"V .11 1 1
j u wmo uiu uofrapny 01 tnia cun.
ous animal would recjuire more space than
we can devote to it, in addition to the four
volumes already published by us upon ita
cnaracur ana life, we shall, thereto re
upon the preaont neeaeimir eontent nttr-
selves with a brief akeuh of the promi
ncni events in 11s nistory
to lui A. mighty, and foil asleep. During
the rui'lit contused itreSuia of warm-hoiiMs,
T;,..'!1 ii,rpoiaonid v.woa,v..prkkly
fH"r,- vrti-ra1tlt"snakei, hatmted my it
'urbsi in.iigiuation. On the 1 8th I arose
with the sun, quite wet and chilly, the
leavy d ?w having, completely saturated
my tlimfy covering I bad turned in
to a ai.rtherly course, where, late in the
eYe.iiny, I observed about a mile distant,
evfi:e horsemen galloj)ing in an easterly
dirocfii.u- From their'dreas T knew fhey
lielo'oKe'I fj our party; I Instantly ran to
hill.ickr and called ut, in a Toice to
Which bunker had imparted a supernatural
-nrmncas ; mil tney aiioperf on. I then
to i dff my shirt, which I waved in a con.
pieuoua maimer overbuy head, accom.
1 fnied by the most frantic cries ; still they
continued on. I ran toward- the direction
they were galloping ; despair adding . winga
to my flight. Rocks, aluhble, and brush--"d;
were passed with the epeed of a
hunted antelope, but to no f urprae ; fof
on arriving at theplttce I imagined a path
way would have brought me ino their
frark, ! waa completely at fault. It waa
tvw na.dark. I had eaten nothing
ince the iaion of the preceding day, and,
Ji!t wuh lunger and faligue, threw aiy.
)' on the grass, when I heard a small
.-lulling noise behind me. 1 turrwi routrf,4
" with horror bebelda large rattle-snake
"'iirijr nimscn in tne evening snarte. t
iOfilatltlv 'reri'eklBd on ohaurvihir ahii-S
V f r ' B "
coiled himself. Iiavinar obtained
age, soon dispatched it with my stick.
On etaminmg the spat more minutely, a
large cluster pfthen Bjipeawd,nderjhe
stone, ihe wKols ot which-1 rooted out aad
destroyed. This waa hardly aceomplielv
ed, when upwards ef a dozen snakes of
different description, chiefly dark brown,
blue aad green, mane their appearance ;
they were much quickei
iiikt "in uiuiii uuitkcr in tiieir move- 1 , . ,. , l 1 - . . ,
,, . , . w m ,.,. lmit laial , .Iciaity to hum,;
iiflii in n mt wnirn n.9wmm wsat saf Iks a.w.ai.
rfpofwaterto allay my bnr thirst, me doubt whetherl had arrived aong
I was eurroandled by a rnurderou. brood fricd. or enemies but my appreES
ufaerpeuu . and fr,Hi, beast, of prey, were qukkly diwipateJ by the PLro.cbof
.iiu niii. u' T!T.u no coiiaumtiuu ui i nw.i
ing when such misery might have a prob-i
Another niht,and another day,-the poor
wanderer passed in this dreadful situation,
when towards evening, his ear caught the
sound of wator ; grateful for. tlus supply,
he threw himsoll at once into the stream,
aad, weak and exhausted aa he was, found
two men, who came running to mo in the
most triendly manner. On seeine the lac
eraiea state 01 my teat, they carried me
in their arma to a coruforuble . d wallina
covered with deer-skins. To wash and
dress my torn limbs, roast aome roots, and
boil a smalt salmon, seemed but tb busi
ness of a moment. After returning thanks
to that great and good Being in whose
himself unab'e to withstand the strength ofl ha,,dn are the kin nf I if-. H i..k ..j
.1,. , n r 1. . . . r . ""
tiro wuiivii u. lunula yi an uvoriian.
stone, I advanced slowly on him,
"S taking a proper aim,, dashed it with
H niy force on the reptile's head, which
1 buried in the ground beneath the -tone.
lata race bad completely worn out
Jhe thin soles of my mocassins, and my
flwuln. As uight advanced, I was obliged
10 look out for a; place to sleep; and after
owe ti mc, selected nearly as good I bed
the one I had the first night. My ex
rtiiing ia pulling the long coarse 'grass
rly rendered mjr hands useless, by se
rcly cutting all the jints of my fingws."
For several days our author continued
S wander, hungry, hopeless and exhausted,
tng pleuty of ? game, . hut .bjivixig no
fteans of obuining it, atid subeiatiuc;, for
i1 n,ost ,part, upon hawes aud clierries.
H h"o these were not attainable, be sup
P'"J life by chewing grassy- One night,
SJtfcr Ijia UHllal rulitniinir anil iimurepaafii'l
ing tree, -however, he regained the shore,
and made a hearty meal of hips, cherries,
himself, we leave him to resume his own
"On looking about for a place to sleep":
I observed lying on the ground, the hollow
trunk of a large pine destroyed by lightn
ing. I retreated into the cavity, a:id hav
ing covered myself completely with larsre
pieces of loose bark, quickly fall asleep.
My repose was not of io'ur duraficr: for
at the end of about two hour, I. was a
wakened by th growling if a bear wbifch
had removed part of the bark covering,
"and was leaning over jne with his n jut.
hesitating as to h means h slioulit adopt
to dislodge me ; the narrow limits of the
traqk, which eonfined my body, prevent
ing hini from jttiaking the attack with ad.
vantage. I instantly spruna up, and seix-
ed my eticki and uttered a bwd cry ;
Which caused him to recode a few steps j
who bad watched over my waaderinz
steps, and rescued rmr from the many pe
rilous dangers I encountered, I sat down
to my salmrm, of which if "Il ' BtCffliindT'
say I made a hearty supper.
From these Indians pur author learned
that they with several others, and some of
the white men, had been scouring the
wrings for several days' (a search of him,
and that the party Had reacted their doe
tination, which was but a feV hours'
march distant. The nekt Inorning the
liuiane enveloped him in mantle of
ieer-skin, and conveyed him to his friends.
who received Iiint aa one risen from the
eead., lie did not escape a sharp fit of
iiwigesnon, in conseouence or his salmon.
inveuuon or exageration, when we consid.
er tt?e various dangers which he had gone
tnrougn. weatn was near him in a thou,
sand forms; bears, wolves, and snakes,
Arivtaiim : tA. k.
when he. etonned suur turned W au . di ' -"Z ZLZ. l":" .B,wa. -,aSe' WO '
fore tha American Revolution, whedCr.
Britain wished to monopolize all the trade
with her then North American Cofooios.
1..-.. ..... .... -
mmu in iflu.V If Ar....-.:nA I ... it. i i " v
rv- "v i.n..u - u an i iwu io irjunwa IUM ineoUS, in ft mCS
ueuwi, uuiieeiing 1 nad not, mitneient f gre condition, inded: but so little had
st.-engttt lo aaeet so unequal a- e my. I they expectd ever agin to see bim liv'
u.uutf.K pre inn ro rerrrm, ano acejn- tnut, oa tne Day before his arrival. Ins
Tl. 1 O. i ... .
a no American oyaiein Jiad iu tnrtn in
England, aiid wsA-thereforei afWeirner
born, and ; waif nportedio the year 1818.
since which time it has resided in the U-
nited- fltatee; From the ben account we
can collect, it was born a lum naturae, or
monger, haying never had but three legs.
Each of these legs had a mark upon iL
printed with a branding frottt" One wit
marked "Tariff," another "Internal 1m
provamem, and a third '"Liberal Appro-
. ! 1. il f s ft Br . '
hare t be threw totw, and broke its leg";
but it escaped him, for his wounded foot
wuuld not allow bim to race after it. On
the 80th the track appeared vet fresher J nriation fr" tk. fi.i Urjf. n n
mm k. . j...j . i I , , , , V I'-- wi v.ii.i. cuiu. yjn
mm ub .mmnu , man aati oi 0 hone
at least, -Late the evening, the path
mvioea r me iracit waa equally recent in
botbf.be tried one, it led into' the gloom
of the wood f - and lie retracted his ilnita.
As he-did so, he beard the neighing of a
I liWmd wrtb breathless at lehVion!
and became convinced it was no illusion.
A few paces farther brought me in ilahl
of several 31 those noble aaimals snortinir
in a handsome meadow, from which I was
separated by a rapid etream.".r With some
difliculty 1- crossed over, and aacended the
opposite, banK. One of the horses ap
preached me j I thought him " the prince
of palfreys; bis neigh was like the biddinir
oi a monarcn, ano uis countenance enforc
ed homage." On advancing a short dis-
ita first arrival iff this counlrv it was et
ceedingly rneek mi aubmisaive j buiaait
waxed older, aad became fat upon the
substance of the people, it grew saucy and
fen cious. se that il was very difTicult to
on managed, its ippetite was the Most
insatiable that wu .ever-heant ef. 5 It
wjUld extend its jawiaf wide open as i
shark, and,, what waa remarkable, like
that animal, it soemed to makl no differ
ence te it what went iato its stomach. ' It
would iwallo w indiflerendy, sugar or iron
wool ercottos) goods, lead orhempTafid
wwW veti' njake. m swrfacee--'t
keg of gun-powder "pr"' hoi of wind"ow-
glass. But this unnatural propensity
would have been nothing, bad not Con
gress, by way of encouraeinir this aluttoa.
enacted a law authorizing its keepers to
lay me wnoie community under contribu
tion for ita support. . Whenever tha mou.
ster - took a fancy to article! belonging to
others, their owners bad no remedy but
to-rive them up to iu insatiate iawa. od
this led those who suffered by this system
This, however, they were not able to ac
complish directly, and they accordingly
resolved te effect it by indirect means.
i hey bad observed that the unwieldy
L--. L.. J ... . y-
ocsii nau put wires wga, and that he could
not stasd if one of those legs could be
maimed. They al first thought of attae.
kmig BeTariff hot get
at it. Its keepers kept un such a
afch abotit th animal, kaowimr that
there were those -who had conspired a
gainst its life, that it waa found impossible
lo approach near enough. Uavipg failod
in this, they next resorted to an exnedi.
ent which , waa entirely euecessful. By a
cmpat mam tney one day rushed into the
...WjJM were om authorise
tneir guaro, and hamstrung the Internal
Improvement leg, with an instrument ml.
led aeso. This happened eo Ion uro aa
the 27th of may, l30, aince which timi
the vigor of the brute has been gradually
declining. Indeed, so visible were the
symptoms of approaching dissolution, hat
few months a go hrkeetieii turned it
adrift, and it has ever since limped about
wifiout an ownej;Happiy,Wt for its
comfort, it' is relieved from its suflkringa
but wbotfier its enemies are to e relieved
from all kindred monstera. remain io b
seeu. Report says that the eolitical men.
tgerie iato be aupplied with a freaht beast
Bay ing , out one , jegi but capable of doing
more mischief then the deceased oue: but
of that we cannot at present speak.
' The American System appears to have
r.t. via. it pnjaaniou ina meittoriai aii:i.-. j .-j . ..
Daviit if i7. ' ..j ...kl" " I" AVI""19 "-vpona toe oniioine j
mmZJZ w-t, wiuww oi ,thout amendment. Mr. WikV -:
7 V-J ir -ensner, as a MifTlhen moved tirefi:iliiJ!l -
Committee, consisting of one membef '
from each State j before the tjuostion wsi
taken oa this motion, the (leuse adjoomec
A bill for rivinir effect to a crmm.
rfE n J"? ?? .rWM States Kf the Republic of Columbia wa t
offivemillousof dollar, for the relief of eeW. Mr. MerTer. from itti ?CS
to- sunn re py t rench ipoliationa, com- tee , Jnter0ai ImproyemanU. reno w
r. -.l- m . . . '--r -
iiiiiQU nnor IS BMniAttiliar T Hrm M. l.-iir . .l. . ...
r.,- t . rii I3 v w"l 0' nei. erect toft oi a bridge across the
Ewmg Ut4 whetablemierwiun-d4.10hio;.i -
... s a, - I evw. aaaijce . t :
- - a -
daring the uocooatrtutiooalitv. cVc. of r-J
8mU any eacaaciee xvtU-
Friday Jan. i7. a Dettnrlnu '
ThaSen.iak,..i-.-.jr.ii.r- -f-- wmervedfromtlie Fwaf, - 'f.
house or nEpmZiffXFirEs:
- Saturday, Jan. It.
At an early hour the fliuian
the onsideratioo of the rest Jut m nm.M.
ed by Jlr. JlouMuv, id- Wrgiaie- U be
subject of the Tariff, and tha amemlmaat
h7 DiI Meseachusetti.-
ue",, gw length and considerable
warmtheniued. -Mr. DaviV amendment
styxmaw, wy. 81.
..... ufn wiereu an amendment, direc
Van Buren, of NewToik. to be
Extraordinary wai Minister FleuiiMcntia. :-
ly W"tbLWiKl States at the Court tf the
United Kuigdoto'uf Great Britain aad".
Ireland. '" t- , ..-".'
. ane. message eras reed. - - --- - -1-
Tuttdat: Dre. 9T. r
Ordmi; That the aominafio of Maf "Z
tin Van Buren be referred te the Cera'sail,
ourorwguluiaUoiat"-.Vl.., , t . :. ' i'
" - ' 5f
TWarfav. Jan. 1ft.
.'Mr. TaieweHf from the Committee tfy!h
Fnniiim Ralatinna I. .k. . r
ting aa enquiry aa la the tKinaa i .kw .7
iron and other muiufacturevb.fo T and porteT"
u ma i arm svere now reneatAt " Tk.
... I - . mw
.1. t . . -; -,r. Km.i .mmtmK m.v- i. .
imuics, waa laaaa up tur conaideratioif -v ?$
Rttolvtd, That the nomination ,,r '.
tin Van Buren be MnommitraJ i .i.. i- " I
, . - ....... ,v VUU1-
revimis question was moved and eustaia.
ed, but before the Question .hll ik.
main question be now nut " was ...Lta
the House adjourned. . . . , '
uuuee ea roreirw Keiation. ; ant k.
aid Committee be instructed te investi.
gato the eausea which produced the re.'
moval of the late Secretariea of (he Trea- '
lury and the Navy Departments, and
"""""""J wwii-rai ei me Cm tod States, '
"ir. of t'b. :t,h ' v
" Mondiy, Jan. 23.
mt. Drayton presented imma.,.!
SUte of South
ut, which was, auer aome WHiu.mi 'if..,u.. j .k.. , . . i
forrei teMth. Commits oTWayT. .ZnT '
Uty ef Philadelphia, eomoaitiiaa-r tk. .k.,. . ..j. ... r"rOIHCrr
be ascribed. , Add , ? 1
Martin Van Buren, ' ,
ing thai they may be reduced to twenty resignation, eeght to
five percent, ndtalortm. The remilutioi al-nrwhe.hu, ,ii L Ya
ef Mr. B0dia V .lUfllSI
on the mind of the president of the TlJni.
"7T-:r:.. .dt,f ,nd ealculaied 0 .mooth thai
Mr 1r.im..k t 1 .r "'J Ppotmnaeriit to the) bih 6ffic
Mr. watmough, from the Com. I to which k. L. W. -I. WIUC
mittee on have! AlTiirs. rmvl h.ll.iu,Vww -'
relative to Naval firhonla'- iil 7.1 -:r..!f wpuireejitv.
1 11 - ' " i-i -'"itTMHr wiHK)a-tn Wiiairetl.re;:- -
theexnedirncv f,f .!,;.;.-."3" .1 r'- - or witnesses at
----Tar"T,T"lHrrMyiaere) to- exam ne on oath
for the nurtvse of mranv n A k. it 1 ..tJm 7.:. . ,M a w'
States,. Vl h.f Territoriethe f mTW?!1.
t T-rriinrlaaka .. "L '? "7 io meir in
- v..w., s ,,w pu. vcmigaiiou ana io report the lame f
VM.d.re(UJ-ii:tnotion the Senate: wMthti,.!:.
... m,..,.m':.i . l -r v- in, w-
pld of color, w
Imn.tanlM, H. inl.f Ih. 4 d.Ul. .owed i , n w t'
' w V
I ---ww wi anv ' v aiviej VII
the state of t he.lJnion, JfrJVjyflnd.
dressed the committee about 4 knur. ; c
. ... . Mai. ,i. i ne nan.t. u ... ..... ..j:- ., s
. -. n..;U uarp way to a
L0",. rh to ji which
V a-V j
! to Ji which
waa earned; tad the lioiuat than adin,,.
ljr' ' .. t I .
-. - - V '. "
" ' Wtdnesday, Jan. 23.
The H.went into Cent, of th Whole oa
the state of the Vaioe, MrJIuffnan iu theC.
0 motion by Mr. Wrey.'the Venafe V-;" .
resumed the considVAtjon of the Bomina;' ' "
ton of Martii ,VanB.uin and tiler da
bate, tbe Sanaln n.liiu'iL.
S Wtdntrnday, Jan. 85.
ASn 1 1 r Xlt ent r'epamei (he cwaidefation'' . ' . ' I
i . " r VI" 15.- V' - 4 v f r 1 1 l ,fv A " T'
V "1.1... ,' ,jU. - T ! ' x
oa iook ap me. anperUwrnatt till.