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    tVcslcrn Carolinian.
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always W rrrCttU,il 11,9 1-"!'1''
r.i.w.rtl. aa aiwmatiiutiouel and una-
on-Laid dcrucl.v of their nghta end
Lr,ry, Th rHi t
I.. m.nn th unprotected aniclea,
I I ' i -.11.
' " satolbe Treairy, np" '
. ,i,rtlJkrtftbiittp'jilii,wrtiiiinini,)ribilc
' dot y laid epoo ,u l"in article, ,,"
amnoaci borlhen 0& three lime Ihst
- ti a l..ref.emmiinijatinn, to
r """ tuk I mut Ura.refrff, I illustrated Hm
. a reference; to the article of
J luitr. 'The Ahwhi wp;f i IWO per
This ctuty enables Ihe wsir plan
tr of ! "" mort l
tbe u tUey aaauufaf taw. lk Stole
.'um(rUn doubH as'mucb sugar m we
imD.,rt j id I it require, tul a small bre
?UjffwJtoh-rc-lw, that a l.x of.
t 4Ur m apt i hciii ug.i, Hiipr--
'"" " bonbon of two additional dollars upon
. t,H 4U acmmi u iwt. cuuuu.y,,.Wil
into the pocket of the tUfar planter,
"' . "i'U same equally true f wrJr ",,M"
trianiifietuMiqr, interest, end of the whole
wfiijfdurinjf iutercat thus protected.
. W'turiUM by .lbeuianufa.turrr, h their
rv m-'fuJ to t'gres tltut llio irK)uii( ol
cv.li msjiufalurd in Ihe CihI.mJ HtaU,
an! ilurt euhaiKed in urice V a dut v uim
f rlg ((nnd, i ono hundred aitl filly mil.
lMWH of d"iMr. I MKii il al Mia limi'lred
ia'.lli'. Tl' llyv'K ir''-tt"i i fotlv
trtmt. U tritt. which will a pro
trctn of f'r1r milliiMH of dollar, ptiil
a .1 ' t IT..:... I il. .- . . .
pv iiw pe"" "i mi i'umi'u oiitie i' pro.
tort and onrii h lira mmiufictuivr of ili
emt'rtr Tb5 whola Unlkn U, lliurc
fore, mxIt roilli'Hisof d dlari Iwcniy uul
tioni, at lc.vt, p.t t!ie f r,M,n impirl
Cut nrtnuf, an J furty imlliooa j the nun
Uctorn, prolwtion.' An-1 whn
IkfrC, k ia uil,lbal Ilia n-jririil(.nHl
.clak'i vborcctuve nu prucifH, yvmrftf
tinj only abmit i' fariA of ihf L'nint,
fljtkrfrfovrikiof the rwi, it in lob"
ViVb'Mtrtod a thft airwmnt whirfi tt.ry i-riv
tilher for rtwmw, or for prutcction. And
thin it trrtr, if thcr be any truth in figure.
J ' Etft wo bare more palpu Wn n idi iir e of Hm
withering and oVwdatinK iiidni'iK e of lliix
' fyntein, apoti theag riculiiiruSlnt. Iiie
I . 'pKKlurMjOi mirprorlT, aiMl ol onr lnlor:
'- - I movant tiderit'einiunitiofl which 1
w - ; oVpopuUtiii our Slate; and tint itciterul
1 ?.Z. foiy jiiif.iwu exurj where visiblo, are
tnebuicnoiy ui'mniiMtili ol ita Mlv, wi k
eJimu, and opprv.ion.
From tnrtriewof die (ml.jerf, it will be
wn why it ia lh pdi-v of the iiiariiifac
taring Suiiia to III row ilic whole Uirilirn
of lh govcrmneul ujon Ihe protected r
ticloa, and to exempt from taxation, ulto.
tw upriMecU4 mtnieir,.. 4. t ho
ooa - eaw, fr every dollar they riy for
ren, Ihcy jfr-i two in return fc,r jwo
" " "T. lotlion, frorrt-lheir oeithbora." lu tU o-
.-' j'.thv ctao, (Ji pay in common with ua aa
" e'WmTt, arid g t 'ftolhing In return.
, -; - - fcro itxtt aro to ba paid, they ara vory
. .. -.fj.ifoij IdToinovjr Iftcia lbigiWiui
H'here they are to bs received by them, it
" ' la s HMOing artlcw tit thor poCtM fnith
inai nign iaie niuno low gnocts
1 - ,TU only chwip, Uierelore, which ha
, W-en luado ia tlw TarilT, ia to allow them;
. "T .flitnjprntcctcd article t5 wroc . In In of Jm.
". ... iJJy wliiwlM odium principle urprotoctioa
,--iuuW,rf Joe. ptuLHita ll hvt no
TBTorme narareo in m. Iht article vhtch
art iXt mod apprtmcintt-tubltert of htxa
- --..-..ffoaj forrtM rtrmptrd from duty
.... uitogrtnrrr-vpOTjTTjirprotecteJ ankK
there ia no . ubatanlial re.Wtioo. I
"""" '. ' ' IMMnnwe. Ibcre ia" 4 rwI incwaite
x -. Taoro ia an nrsreni roduDtwa oft' it
-r -trtirlea, of aonw-tning mow than' hilf
.- itjiftj but fhol redurtjan.ls "cwtntcrba:
--uuoil. Ly other proviHiona in iho bill
i h dudea heretfra paid upon a long
rrritit, aro aow to do pnitl in ra, or u
--r - prr a thprt credit r and tho nmirid nhHiii
lioretnloa valued at four hundred and
yunfjmir trWf m is now 60 etllMlltea at
Jiwr kundrtd ami right etni. Annlv
T' f'CHtf rovi4oiia lot every articfcriiul it
i" ioki in every insiance.jlmt lue
irdntiion is more apparent tlmn reul. and
that tb enonrwxM anKmnt raid by ua for
protection will be tho aaine. In proof of
inwyi win rcicrioono imporlunt article,
that of woollen goods. .The duly under
tho act of 1623, waa nnmiiMtiiy forty-rive
pnr cent, lit eonaequenco of the minimum
principle, it waa really fiftv.fivo. Under
tha.bill of Ihn aeiion, 'it ia fixed at iifiy
fcmfltrp--th rltrtic biinff t.aid in
cah ia eounl to ten ver ecui.. aud ifo
I
(hut it w:t bfi jtnolt to iny und' rninlin,
anJ a in'knry of j'uta K a-k mo (
fHrrt rt. 1 may m ro(t'x','U l to auhinit to
if, b'rt I could not coonnt lotako ihe yoke
by my own art J moi h 1"M emild I roiiaent
l'i inipoi0 4t upon a poople, who had f'i
roti!y coiifidcd tome thoir d'-nrtit ioitr
et and moM Mcred rilit. Houo of my
frinnda vot! for tlii biH, m'wt hmK"tly I
know, bcatio tlfV lbevfil it aoiutlMrj
bftter than lU Urilf of H.'fl, ainJ und-r
the hope that, in a fr w yaara, it would lio
iii'MlifK J. 1 lUuui'lif dilP rcntly. Tin
will alw. Owe thing ia verjf certain i if
I lm pcopio o ihe iHiin acqiu ce in ii, no
otlicr iiortiorrof the Cnim lina any ruirwi
to complain ofll. No other (Kirtion of
tbo LiiiuuwiIi act toiuwiit to a modifi.
cation.
. Wbttt, then, ia tho ayalein which thfa
rovernrpnt ia aVail to. iinMe iipttnw?
Ar if tvbttnntiallj a ijtmnf jtrotrrtian,
by whirl) the weullh f portion ol 1 1 h:
1 nlrrr U tn be trim farted Into thwimcltrtrj
auction, by iiniMin borttwui upon oii'itli-
er prolocti'iii piven ro the-tow-of our
Suite, by d'preMn( thul ofainrther. Let
ui ltk at ita practical inio-tiico. Wo ar1
ii n agrimlliwul m'oj.. VVe i uliivalc thr
noil. We can do nothing elno. Wc a'iid
our produce ulrmiJ. We run find a mar
ket for it no Mhcro el). Ve mnt (here
rulum;!' it ('t i'mi-U, becauxo ull com
liiirci limit 1.0 rccipro'iil. VV ml bripK
Ilium lo our om ii mnrlc'i, we are compi.-Ibvl
ti pay a heavy duty before we are ullowcd
to louk'i aalo of them. . Il w ii it with
l r.tiMirdi l.1 d.-l'- rrnl f f yeiM 10 011)".
ilia iwo p imtii i.i,I4 mcj ai
?ion, iiiiit iiwiir a vry lrjro rtrw ndi
tare ' One prm ib I a nioo fr all n-ve
Utioniry aldn r, w ho inny have Krved
m( mHiiha in any capw iiy, or umlor any
cm:unutance, without any fard I (lm
amount of their property. To lhoe wh'
may have wrved two yara, il pivea, wlial
ia termed, 'full pay ftr life. The oilier
provide a iniUn (t all perwona, who al
airy time bare U- n wnuiKied in Ihe mili
tary Mrvhea of tlin country, and haia
tlnJreby become duiWi'ilrrwilh pffijisio
that tlx; invalid aoblirr, wonndifdiluriiijjtlie
rucofuiioiinry war, whall be rutiih-J to a
double peiMioii ; and with Iho further pr
vUi'Hi,.lhat tho invalid (icixioiier in ull
catea, 'ahull draw 'hia H'iwKm from the
lime of bin divubility. I vole J auintt
both IIm'm bilK. 'mccrely dcairouaof al-bmtm5lhe'-iflenrrrCfTOe'0ll.'raW
doeliiittp, hivI who have arrved Xhvirt'm
trrfiiTtifiitfyrl tmrft nnt rorprnf to tstthe
J ; .! i 1 1 f r rr.f" rt I " 'J!f JT.".'! P. .r.f 5' L i' i" "W one dentilotewidow ajjdrjiijjrcij v those hu,
nn no wiorr, to prntion with n full pny for
lile, or a Uoolile (N'lMion, Uhmo wImi live in
rplcudor, or aro a Ik.) want. Tluro w.-re
othi r ohjtH iioiia to tlio lIU not nocewjry
now to ii itire. I hoM', however, lh;il lb"'
who are entitled uudei1 tlio bill, will vtil
IheuueUfsof it beittfiU. For thilpur
I; I h-vc U4i ilxiff.i !irouili the li
tncl, lu tlio public oincora aud olln ri, a
copy of ihe bill with iho necea-nry in
trwiion. r will ofTird ine great plea
ure while here, to give any further unl or
information m mv iNiwer. I could in'ii
art (lie American' IU puWic pr'ijwxiea vir-
lu illy t'l mike fin-in a prewnt f w
,. .. i .m..- I"... .i ..t.,;i
IIUHlOOli 01 UIMIUI. I I'l III""" jjiih.-
to foMiaiieM, and to aomi of ayrown opu
Imt ritiifi, the act aecureano e'j'iivaUnI
Vuiievrr. They are iho certain guii&M
t!t preicnt it K-liholih'ra uuib'f Ifwofiertt
mm of Ihia act, after miikm f dlul.
,vance f r th payment of Hie bomi.
. Thiaaoeina - t!i laa euutlo bo
mm mm tif mr cltlzcnf, ti'it n wuck
holder, petiti'mud thai the dmr ofcomp'J
lilion might te ope iied.Vtd olfrred t l4kf 1
rhurteiioiijerrna nm;l ltrr?JayPrW..lo
liie (lovernment and country. . ')(
If mir (Joyernineut muirtiiell nioni
lie, il would aeetii to bo it duty In lake
uiliii3 III in their fa!l vulue ; mid if
Kraluitjef imjjt be m i(lc onre in lillecn or
twenty yeara, hi thorn not bo bmtowl on
llm Mibj'icN of a Prei(,ti govcninieui, nor
ftf irdlT t7Tfd ctt"l'twrt
in Hir own eooot ry. It ia Imt juMn'o and
gtod policr, in far aa the -tint nrc-ff the
cwiladinijto coiifl ie iHir fuior to our
owa (kUuw cliuyjun, ami. b 1 cadi Til fii
luni enjoy an opport mily to irolit by our
Uoiily. In the Uai in'4 of ihe ai t Ik fore
mo, upHi i lie to ptmta, I liul Hinplo ruunoiut
why it khouli not Leeoiue a law.
" Il liua bcen'uri d an uu ar'ntneiit in
fnvwr of rochartcrin Iho prewnt linlt,
tint llu' calling in Hi louru will pnxliVT
;tul i inliirrni.-mfiit and dmtrem. I h
tune :IIi.wed to clone ita concern ia ample;
mul il il mit Lh cii well mniingeil, ila prri
-uio win oe ii;'in, aim m-avy only in
r.ie ito iimiiaiM iiK iit hua b'en bud. If.
ihoae Stale who muniifiicture ? They wrc lion olhrr wunlefut cncndituro unide du I therel'ire, il nli.ill produce diatreai, the
allowed toroino into our market with Hie
prxli l of their niilii"trv, entin-ly fun
of duly. Tbi I not nil. The jroveni-ot-
nl lay a li 'uvy ilnlv iih.ii our i uij i 1 1.
fir tin: uiuvcil poiHi of ciilnnciiiK I lie
pin e i4" tin ir to..U lit our nurki I. A
xiihi'iu Ui uit i muhlt loa cnilu, wb(ul.iir
luU.cto, 1- tlio Nweittp lit-erehny? 'ir
aar.ii isouJi lu he u compidluJ lo hare.
The iiiaiiuluctuier It!! him lie will give
ring t tie 1 n, ami oth'-n wliu h liuve luull will le iu own, mi l il woold furnmli
been presented lailv by the aalutary rrln r'lisouaaiii.it renew ih a jxiwur which lute
ol fde I c mileni. jiM-y ul ahew, tl,ut, l"' n ) oliVHaialy ammd. Hut will there
whil a nuijoniv in Conreae look uiwe ever he a limo wheu Ihia r:nton will be
l.ixo n a IiIciihiii;, their cxiieiiditurra illl'! p rlu! ' Tonrknowlcdet) ittfurci
b luiproiMT, prixlirnl mul corruiil.
Llnkrauch MMUiiMUooeelFirla nl re-
i lo Qilmii tii At the linnk iHijhl to be MT t,
ual ; a a ronMupieni e, Hi iireaeut M-k'
trenchiiir n( inuI pV.ni; nnava linj. Vii'xn Ijnldi in and thoo inlieridni; llinir right
plaixil by Hie I'ritM lent upmi on i lan of wcccaior, Ik? tstabliHlied a privtlcii
cxpetuliturea will nlFird only a tcinooni'Y J onb-r, clothed IxUii with ureal ih.IiIichI
... ., I . - - I I -l jr " , . ' . ' . ' 1 . . . . " "
III II T-.r Ina proiiuen Hiepri'e in toe lofin tiKia, it the uninf iiiteretert nuijontv 1 rwer, artil enjoying iiiiiueiiJO po uniarv
marker, (icuuciinix ine n.M ana cn.irj- m
t ruiiHxrl.i ti'in. The j lanier arce to take
it, and impure what lie can luu hia loafi
iiilu liirvN ol, Ktich ai woollen un) cotton
(jocmIh, a.ilt, Hiiar, mid iron; and ii told
that ho moat grte' ho-prw-e m tho fretj;n
will invent new h .iste duiu to come of!
the pulilie revenue, '
aMi nr niir. rxircu iruii.
Tlii iiHtituliori w.ia churtereil in I'-lfl,
..:.i... ti'.i .. i. 4 .i . i
nn u i iiiiii Kiotii ni ;mnv-iive ininiotii
niim'trwirn Hie'co'l uTid choree's oftran)Tl,v t!ie a ncrninenl. uml liiu balanco bv in-
wrlali.e a.iled, together n-tih ffly I drnJui.. It 4H c rented for ' twenty
tixt. th-non. I lie planter HKi'lire why i , nr il! trt'rt ieur L'lven llierenlicr. in
P.v Trr.T.Mh''t wtoM. to fit j 'wlwl, 1.,'winf im'it conrer'iw. ' It ikjw-
diip morliM:ation, that it n aivco by or- ,.r il, txnire in I TI.e Ktvk.
der U Ihe covernmoiit, to proier 1 1 a'ideri-Juiikia pclii.rtio.l l iln session of fon.
a..antaj'ei,froiutlii ir Lomicction wilhthe
t ivernnu;it."
..V akin;! of the cIT-tt of the bill in ro
fining lo allow tho alaica power oflain
ine ki'KjK whii'li niiy u ciii,i!oxd within
llior Jimita; tU Co4oMflf-tfrrr'-jtr;r
obiervntions : Tlry n re very applicuolu
to North funiliria. Of t!,e s.nnll am nml
of tock held within the Mate, .iu -re. tha
ImlfliorWya (. Two Veultiiy .'ndiviiliuls
"As little iiovk ia held in lie) west, it it
-Wfra thntthrr rfrtit T.f (Tie Ki.pfe", in iTiat
fcrti.m, to the bunli, i pruicipullv a debt
In roin-limion, I cannot bnl ovprmj my
i.cp ra.'f t, llmt aulijer of m h vital lm
p-irtaiM.i', aleiohl have been di.poaoj of, at
a lime when every nucntion hna beeo nKnp
ed and nude lo bnd In tuit l'ie view ol
particular partia, In reference to the ieu
dirtj presidential election. 1 am Ihe more
coiiiiriiied in iny early eoavic.tiont of Iho
great propriety of eo ameiUin tho lom.li.
lulion if ihe Coifed fHatei,- ui rinli-r
ftVH bvit Ineligible ofTi :, ( t aaccojij
term. When, Ihcremre, Iwo yeora a;;o, a
e'eet roniinlllce waa raw'd' i'hi thi ul
jei t, of wlikh 1 ..Itiia.tjwuibcr, 1- juiuod
in rejHirlma a bill, for f hi! purinwc. Uut
eonrca, in rcfuiiuj to tuku ii up, and act
upon ittrvprcaatvl a decided opinion ajaiwi
llienieawirc. I wn then convinced, I
am now Ihe more cmfiriiiod, thai aiith an
aliiciidinenl in iho cmniiiii'ion, it more
iinMirtanl lo ihe lilrrty and luppiir of
ioo-a owfciMt r"opWYttra tt w -nfHiTt ifri
of any man, not c)'ipliii ir prewi)f
chMriuiiirute7tu-whiaio pulriutum uikJ
pililical integrity I Ii.ivj tho ntot ciitiro
c'iNin.1em'c, und wlio liairoJrToveF'lTu?
executive department Of ttic (jovcrrimorit
wilh diatinguiahed ability and tin (iiiiri!i
cd aiicce.
I nm, Fcllow-Citioii, with high re
gard, Your obedient en nnt,
A. ULNCHEIt.
T'!liii;', wlif,,,,,,,,, j ,
I 1
Kn and Vi
were appoint, ,; u) ,
miiiniea, and r t..,,,,
.nib's and ren.,1,,1,,,,,, ,
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it j, ,l8 fjj (
Mlliecii, ;
lry.loa,-..,l,l t-c-tf,, ,;;.
CXpW. their opi,mj(w. , fl fcarh,-.
ll.Ci hon e ofthc UBceraof
.rthe piioe,,.!,..,,,.,, HWf
Htoml. B1,d ti,luk1it.
Jfc,4dly.l0.toi Wr,;
vindicate their in.iiiu," fc
"""" " maiiiiaioiiii! tk;. i
duration. tij whea, Nh
bo it
V
Ol
toe entiuK..nlofthi,m;!!?
l Thai ,l wwTS.
.... i.y W C .
eorrupi)d
J um which durina SZ1
of bit adminiHtrntion. T " 'TP!-
haw of the bi,l, . : V"ec
of chief maPiafr..,:. '"Wa-JaV.
p.,
ml
.uu meaoy, ami ancrWul
..i.:. . ."
nir coiitt lei.ee, lait !
citizena 0f the I',.:. ..i u. ' f
the nrincioloror e'' 0 '"'.,
of Lovcrnineni . "'"MUsfc.
. e.i .. " " ei citi
:.. .. ..ia iaa ad,
'i"ii i inr civiiito.i ...i i kAi
2nd. Ilr. .1 ti .
nnM. otternp,, made prt,ilMW'
Hat, I
. al
"iiK-e Ihallimi. ... .i.
. . reif
NIIDII Jlflu,. l '
- mna 11 ...i .
the moi ofihn .......i... ,T'a.
:.sninu, i ijuc we CiauI.U il.
ncn mo labor oi ?n mamiiatiurern : aq i. .m. il. i. ....... r.-rr...
' - "t " ' " aii v uni i n uikiii
yettir I -i compelled toL-ivit. I lie arti years, therein-. nt.iulm- It. - .1 . ' to th.; eaHl. m and fiirei-.n kIi U...!,!..
.11 . i ...j k- i i.:i.;.j I , :.,.),.r,.,,um, - " .
x-tvw iru iiiiii a nut is in uni witru. vn r I (iiMiitht .a
V ...... i re-cuuncr I 10 n.lliR alt nltmn . I ...,.
.... .1 11- II 4-'.:. .1 ! rl , . ..,.v
rem in ine worm, cinii una avuom oi iP. i-h ..n .n.i ,i ti.- i :... . .
-7- . .... .. .wM.-.-. a iiv iiiuiiiiii hi mu
tU.Aae.uu ui. ittyaUf . w.LuU ola frriSWWTaf,rrwrt.) rm. m8Tty-Hmr?rt W
haw thrown otr it, and thia ia its prac vile-ca, wWrlt arc o,unipol't..t foretil.il
lical operation. Iu reply lo our repeated rho, t., exert thorn. . iWlence- and
I-
. .tiiv iieTM
tXh pet. f,.ithlmaJii4he Jirtv- re.
ally ffl Miirwii7ufeM?ir'f?7-
1 ahewma an actual incrraae in the tireaimt
r-'anMamt of - lax and.proloction of four per
t r cent 1 And yet w e were told that thia in.
forest waa lei protocted than an v other,
aiiJ cfloceaaiob on the part of tlie manufac
turea ! It jt aoid, they have granted uathe
Pr'i',s of jmportinj.out oarae. itcgro
:oi;ona ana negro Ithiuketa at o per cent.
But thia waa ho concession, becatiae (hey
tnnmifacture boneoi those article, and
. thcrerore, no wtereat in their protec
tion. , But aunpoee it were, xvhot I hey call
t, if totUSouthv it ia not half eoual
to toe boon which ttiey have taken to them.
. . i .i . i ' -. . .
. lain quality of raw wool and alt their dye
eiuir, enttreiprte of tfury. tvjocn, there-
. . r ,.P,ni'to innjority in vonirresa were com.
' slld to rodiico i'revvnu'M'irMiv'
JUdfrainod A : bill to suit their own inter.
et atitd their own view-when tho nrirM-i.
plea and proviiiona of that bill were totally
- m.uiwiausu( WHO it "pint Ol a trCC gOV-
ctrnmont, and deatructi ve of the righta and
- ioterestaof thr agricultural State; and
! 1 wj Mt, thia waa prevented t the South
a tompromiae, and intended 40 liecome
awfM'5oflwcuotry,lfeH
a a ?-
compMini anuaoieinn remm.MraiM.-c, wo
have been immluni'ly told, Ik.iIi on the
floor-of Congreaa and cjieivhcri"f flint out
labor tct$M to b pl"cd i ihe iamt
fttalinf icilh tit tabor of olhrr pvrtiant of
Iht Union 1 Can a eyatem or Oovcriimcut
tbua marked by rach palpable injtwtieo and
oppreaaton, be auhmirtcd to, by a people.
proCuauug to be free I It may bo (ulnnit-
teaio; but we-can no kmirer he raid to
eniov that rk;H'"inhvrtlniire'nf fmerfnrrr
Ibeqneathcd to-Tw by nur wilier;
Felww wtiaena, I nave dwelt rrmeh
lolfytr wi thir subject than I xould havej
wmtied, tail ihk eo nmj aa II magnitude
aTid ininri.inc6dp'iuanded. Thi is nn
important eta iu the bttoryof our coun
try. If Ihcjjrcal stntaltftrk which we
have been engaged, for free trails ajvl the
riahl itf the Smith, be now Iom, all ja lost.
If it brntMitca the nermaneitt pohev of this
. . " i
MMriKiMt,.lo tax our HHluat nr.: and lbe J
product of our labor, with heavy burthnna,
flir the BTwed rrpow of protoctinff and
e'hrictiTnj""otfier po'rtiona or the Tfnion,
then ia the eipiality of right aud of privil
egea, aocured lo urby Ihe connlitution, an
empty name. If it beeomea the settled
policy of an interested majority in Con
gtcualtt ..tjestroy ,iHir .comiiiorco. will lb
world, and thoreby the value ot our ai'ri-
ctiltnra! product; Ihe avowed pirrjiiv
of plncing on in a stale or aervilo depen
ileneo upon nir northcni brethrf h, f r
whatever we have either to acll or lo buy,
(hen did our fnthcra pour out their blond
in vnin, that they might secure for their
children lilterfy and independence. These.
are my deliberate opinion. Satisfied of
their truth. I have fell it lo I my xacred
duly, however painful, to ttapiwe them to
you, himeatly and liaukly. And if, iu
ihoir xfiuwou, you think 1 loive rteldrtt
too much w a apirtt of diaitali-rfbetioi), it
-a4aaaaiejiritffl-wi
my conntry , nd my anxmus fears lest i
flieae pure nioiiunients of human wisdom 'j
and virtue ahould be destroyed b the cu
pidity ami avarice of uu interested mujur
ifi
rutieuce- and
sound policy, thoretore, forbid that we
nhould rxiOHW ami extend those powera,
uutUauclt lime aa the jntcrotti of the lico
ple1and Ihe . Wanlx of the gnrernntaat oV
niiuuleil iU I hat time ha not vet arri
vod. The old Bunk ol the United Stnlei
did not apply for a re-charter until the
year liefore its expiration. The r Bank of
biieland thou ih Ha charter expire in a
ahort Umc, has not. yet applied, for. a, re.
nowai. Aim ?ueu jnsirttTtjotij evcrV where
should bo kept iu check and upon t heir
goi ixjM.niour uuii inc interest ot the
fllll wl.W'nuiT.Tnril
on ua Uo-enew thoir -fxiwri - But no raw
-could abut hia eyes to -)m fict, that the
application at this tinto lor a renewal of
the hank charter, was a political move
meat by" tho enemies of the Preniib-nt to
Wi -his - re ehxjtion.- Tho bill w
therefore, pressed through Cofigres, ui
--. t-tt7-.fi nil uiTinni.iiiy IOHJT SeSSIoll
wiliiout aliowiog ileba :or.BWKlfleijt . .'
But tha.Pcsidciil," always' fcaflusa in l ha
dicharo of his duty, has met it with hii
objections, und all who will read them dis
pnswirmlblv, munt admit thai Ihcy nn; tri
unapliontr - To tno it -was no-small objec
lion to the institution that it should lend
itacU to any net of mou Am -ooUtieiil mtroo
f?-. )t created in iny mutd the mput fear,
ful apprtiliunsion ol what il miht bercafler
do, when by tho cvlunwou o" iw powers to
the year 1"1, it alimiM feci indeiwiident
of the people, und theref re rcgnrdltsg
alike of tiieir censure or their approb-uion.
Imlciide:it of tlis lime and circum
stance unJ:r which tho bill was pawed,
I had other strong object inni to the prin-!
cifde and proveiionaof thf bilf itielf.
These wen-th? unequal distribution ifiho
atock, most of which Ii acaj mukitei. m '.
liw tianiTsTorii Tew itidivitlnals in a few of
that the intercut they pay ppon it, i car
ricu into tne eastern Hates, and into hu
rope ; and that it is a burthen noon tin i
jtidu)ey,wH4 -dTatirTf hfWrteY;
which no country can war without incon
veuienco and occasional distrcta. To
meet thiiijHirdcn, and cnualizo tho cx
change operations of the bank, the amount
of anecie drawn from thope states. ihrmiMi
Itt branchca, withiu the laat two years', as
ahown by its ofl.cial reports, waa about
$0,000,00,0. More than half a million of
this amount does wot stop tntlte" eastern
states, but paaaea on to Durope to pay the
dividends of the forckrn. stockholders. " In
pritlcipal.Qf taxation recognized bythi
fft inn western elalCJ find no adequate
compensation for thia perpetual burden on
meir inonstry, ond drain or iheir currencr.
tHin-k.n..k l..:..l. tt t -l y . -
4 w.iaiM.M mmiih a A4it nai laat srear
99H, 1 40 1 yeti'titider the provisions of this
aci, tne stato of Alabama can raise no fo
venue Irom these pn.fitaMe operations, he
cause o a snare ot the stock is held bv
any of hcrcitizfii. 'Mihsissippi 4 Missou
ri are in ihe same comhlion in relation to
the lrancbes at Natcliex and St. Loiu;
and such1 ''"ina greater or less Jeg'roe, is
flm condition ot every western Btatd.Tlie
tendency of the plan of taxation which
this net propo-sos, will no to place the w hole
United hlatea in tho same relation to for
eign couiiirti-a witicn ino western states
now bear to tho eastern. Wheii, by
lax on resident al.idihoMera, the stock of
thru bank f iTOide-xvorth ten or tttVeen -per'
' . t
ceui, more 10 uroinur man to reaoieo,
most of it will inevitably leave the coun
try. . J '
li Is there no danger to our liberty and
independence in a b;iiik, that, in its nature.
has so little to bind it to our country ?
1 he presiueut ol the liank lias lord u that
most of the ftnte binks exist 1iy ita for
bearance. Should tho stock of the bunk
principally pau into the hand of tho sub
jects ot'a foreign country, and we should
onfortnwtety tiecotne-mvoivrd Ht U
with that country, what would b onrcoij-
hv..ireig!ier1a bank ulmo.t wholly 0
thwrrHiyihn-bf!fwr-roafWcidhi;W
-whereby most ol the stock must ultim- inauawd bv those whose interests, il
Che tiirfcr an& tuc Wtnttvn
Coantrn.
We ore glml lo find liial the people of
llie est are hegiunii.g Iosco that their
true intererta lie in opposing a policy
which atop the tide of emigration. The
Illinois Advncaloofa l.ito date, aayc
Tho eopii of Iho Hiailh are npprrtied,
atid that, t'to, for the hem it. im 0' llm
p!, lHitthgreiitca.it.ilistsofthi;i:.Kt; j i"? from dispHitinna h(HM-. ' (, t":
o lairelv oi'thuv rifuo biat'.ee - luonr elect firrnt'of (;,;ii.v-.J
. " l eilara a " v ' ' 'ta ui.
Smith, ju't mi sun-lv they seul th
eventtinl dentructiiHi of their manufactur
ing establishment. "To "say nothing nf
the nullification. doctrine ,f (laSouth ihe
West is beginning to inquire for whose
b'i.efit they have been taxed so inanv
million.
Two year since, there waa acarcelv a
"iiatiilJllP VaMt-'jr of.tlMB West, tfiiit
adviK iited even a reduction of ihe Tarill';-
bul within. Uie last half year, almost everv
new ittKT established iu the West i Ami.
Tarrtf, and mrniy ol the old one at belt- T ,IM!'',f UP?? B.t reek,
ninit tn think- lt,.f U.K.. tll..T il.K lUnk Imterf fmtPl i.-..-
poliat baa bern thrir owit "tiifcrcal, rather
than the public good.
4iifomri Journal.
.0:0.0:0:
j ccasful ne3.Hiationi enn-rcj mJJL
vantaiaia W,,;,;, , .
I B K a& I iu r ah.
'emnarK.Naj.l.s.Mexico.iCo!
afKnlin4 the nt undeninU, ll
. . . a
prew.-ni ailmnHtrali,- -t.
" Jt
De
aa
that th
ha increased ilia
. 1.1 1 1 , ' 1 ",y waatia.
ted the w.Mhh of uu, own cili,
.u rven extends ita U
Cnee am'in ninrabrwi4.v
4lh. Ilemdred, That uo yiewth,-.
duet ofPresi.lent A. Ji- moi U Jj
nrRcisriT
Cholera. Tho
,n 1 u.
TiTCMUrputrf efficacy ,,, dence and inflexible integrity,
0 following is a somewhat ao utrikingly marked hisTmhtk
ia
oreiae guirnnterd to hiiiTTryjT "Cca.
lion, and that his so Jnlng. M.inWa
ing Ihe menucea made by hi eorai, K
lira nin .ti rrmny ni nil tria frieoih, 4 U
fend additional evidence, of that bUtl
sriry.vhirli k.1
hl nnlilit .j I
I - ... I : k -I" T Ml ,,M . I
aruiar xtfwrrtromr'R Wtet'Wf?ffi7iTthaTwe tinnotTnfer in (lie emm'J
u.t., ii-om a geiiiicinan in Ulasgow to hia thia power, any Constitutional ebict.'
friend in Lciih; . Last night-l-recoived to Bank, at Hoped of those ohnoiija h 'l
from my father, who reaides ia Frankfort, turea contained in thai bill.- j
proclamations from the Prussian and. Aua- . &h, Rewind, . That rolvin? aii !
trianGovommfinta. by bicb it apwra dimii.i-.l.od oonmlunxaiJa ibaiaJ!,-w 1
that the annexed tiaster is most cotn- patriotism and fidelity of Axon L
oleln OiwvnntiilivM omiinil it.a otinUra". anw ;tl ... -II L ,. 'i
of 10,000 peoiile who have nut. them on. promote bis re elneii.ur m 1).. sr. . 1
not one has ever boon attackehougli in Chief Magistralo. ,c
he midst ol the discaao. I havo iminedi- . Reoedt Tlwl Coal Gnl
.ti niiiiinumimou m.i Kimpio prevenia- Havidson, Wrn. Cowan. JuahI V
U to our Boaed, Health, whr ;tilMy Jlw KMtJj2efSR
approved of it, and are getting , them made .ppoinicd as delegate, to meet H Tpr
in thouannds. flie piaster alluded ta, is Suoa ar d.,u,i J , . 1 :Jl
of Burgundy Pilch, commonly called the Cotmliea ..f Ah VV;il.. .Ca S..J
rtreogtlnmmffploatert thenppef part off on Tuesday the 1 1 th 3a o? Smy
peaked lorm, to be put on the pit of the next fhein- ih T..l. f-i
stomach,-and the lower part expanded, I ! UilkiJw-.,.!. r... .k- a
lo cover the abdomen. nominating an Ehvmr iL KjtS.
A learned profeasor of Chemistry, Ma-1 eonmoael f thna r.ni;n. t t
teria Medica, and Pharmacy, in aieaking President aiMLVicvU'raMdeuiLlall
of the Dctpm of ruhefacicou has niada Ihe case of either failing to attend, that urf
following remark: . . .. . . . Aama'aninn nlhor ikafiuav
- " !l i'a principle WltfiTemrj' to" tlio "Ti-1 to fill their nine '
hat where a roorlnd .Con exinta, .ay j Mifd h gMtOftip
bo often removed by inducins a diflbroiU 1 L;,.i . ' :..;.. B'L
action, even of. morbid kind, in tho same k,e nuWrof per. in the walC?
part, or in part Rt coultguous to it as nos- i.''. t' ; i, .. ....- iU
lit 1 I Will Aimci m ; sUW"lf
siblo ; and where the morbid action ex- i BM : . L : e :;i a . rt
tcnibHo the whole1 system, ,t may bo re- U,,ln McR W(n p t
moved oywo of a iMt-kifdHeifrrM..ri.t.,r.., rvi t..i.- rrvi...;..r
excted either genorally, or partrcular C; Wor; J. R'u kard", ' Robert " Pb'"ii
part of the body. Wm. F. Wmt, l.ml, It ton. Saml. I
Burgundy Pitch plastcri produce mod. I Bell, Franklin Bell. D Waddle, B. I
eralo imflamalion, and a alight flow of se- jr. Robert a Hall. Alex'r. Barr, Scid
rum, without separating the cuticle as Glasscock, D. Fitzgerald, Notey Tow
blikiersdi); and henee. when atinlied In aon. Samuel T,indinn.'rant. Joseph ' Ik
1 ne Bouoiucn, tney give tone ond bonlthy lion, John Luck, Winr Calahna saw1
comlilion to its viscera, by occasioning a Welch, Wm. Butler, Capt. (J. Ifcoafi
deprivation of the morbi'd'aciion. It ia in Armstrong, John McCMIand, Haaea R
this mnnnor thht the Burgundy pitch plas- man, Jas.MclInr2ue. Ksa. Cob JsMt
&Pqfflterat
McLean Catil. Hiram Rail, tap'i V
........ i-.ii . 1 1. ..
uiriv ian 11110 int-fr nanus ine power
given 10 mis laum, 01 tnrusting its branch
es into any af Ihe slates, without the co
ity in CwiOT who hold iu their handal wt( t,,tHt Bwt w-thutaJnw.i , t
tho destiny of thU Union.
.... , pic y KPRsmiVralwr
From the views which I hove given of
our system ot taxation, it may readily be
perceived why a majority in Congress look
upon taxation as a Messing, lu them a
national del it is a national blessing ; lio
cause it affords an excuse fir the coiitiiiu-
auce of high taxes. Under s'K.li circum
atoncea, AhtL natural and ineyifablQ cousa
qtiencea trnrst be-, that tW twHtc'eTpenrfi "r
may he emptoyed within their limits ; aud
the constant drain, which such nprattm
produce upou tho people of t!ioe states
lr tho benefit of thuao who are not resi
dents, and many of whom are citizen of
foreign governments. The President m
his veto message, says .
" Tho power, privileges, art'd favors
liestowod upon it in the oririnal charti.r
by in??0BSing Ihe'' vali J'fte1tock far
rtiit. 1 he expenses of this government,
in the early wriodof it, were between two
and three millions of dollars. They have
how swelled to the enormous amount ofi
Ihirteen millions. Umler tlio Pension bill
aod '"other bills passed at tliia session, it
will not bo less thiui sixteen millions; and
but lor the rrmnlr and' ixUrit stand.
made by. the President two years ago.
against the wild schemes of expenditure
then set en foot, I hazard nothing in say
ing.it would not have been less at this time,
Ihua twenty aullioas ; and Uie paymcot ofi
of mnny miirmns more. This donation
finds no ajwlojy in any uncertainty as to,
tiej etiect o the vr-,Ww,a.aihIf-it..if
conceded that its passage will increase, at
least twenty or thirty percent, more ihe
market price of the stock, subject to the
payment ' of the- annuity "of f 200,000 per
year, secured by the act ; ihua. adding, jn
a moment, one fourth to its par value. It
is not our own citizena only w ho are lo
receive the bounty--of of oar governtneiii."
More than eight millions of the stuck of-
thjs lank ara held by foreigners. 7 By Ibia!
o:iicd
ami
uiauaged bv those whose interests, if not
nlfctions, would rim in the same direction
there can be ho doubt. All its oMrntioiis
within w ould be in aid of the hostile floets
J - - - . avgTh.. S- a - II...
our cur
reoey,- receiving- 'ittr public -moneys," niid
holding thousands ot our citizen in do
pend.inccr It would be more formidable
and dangerous than the naval and inililai v
power of tho euemv.
. "If we must have a bank with private
stockholders, every consideration of sound
policy, and every impulse of American
feeling, admonishes that it should be pure
Amric ...Iu.fctUuUej:asljftuld be
cnirmgsyd exc liiiye y nf mir no'ft CiUMu.,
wlio, at least, ought to be friendly to our
.... 1 : -iiv ..... ' . .
government, mi willing. 10 support tt in
tunes ol ddbculty ami danger.
I wsse ara tew oFtM arittfViMits argisd
oy me president against re chartering, at
this time, the bank of tho United Slates.
To t; ttVey app
whole docdirtent, however, is repleta with
the sound principles ff a well 'tried rnpu'b
lican, and the piire and eyalod aetiti
menta of a patriot .who looks with siafflennas
oflieart, to the liberty of his country, and
d ires, under all circutnitauccis, to d iis
uuiy - ... : . ... .
Within the lust four or five dnv. fit U McLeary, Cat. Hiram
of W ashincton have fortified thcm.H"", joapl..sl.ungiawaj-''
swiTh&8imple"pVev
11s
setves
Ihev ore
mis Diiiipio pn:vcoiaiive. 1 " r ' "v.. , , -jm
e Clmnning's prescrii.tion of " m- Bogle, Nicholas Norton, Jons
camphor, very innocent ; ami ifthfi do no ,e'' """ry Smith, Esq. James wy,"
eotxi, they cannot pomhly do any harm. Jo1'" Feimster, Thonia James,
The (acts stated in the letter of a penile- Wm McErwio, James I. lm'
smfvm QJm rrminly worthy i&AI
' U. S. Telegraph
JACKSON MEETING.
ofiiart!;SciroU'ia, hL
. . ... ..4.1ua..,
tow,- Amlrevr Steele.- David vwy"
Joseph Bycrs, Esq. .CapWi-11;
Elam Temploton, Hirain T. Sloan,
James McNally, Samuel Sloan, f
HfcPherson, Dr. Joel Houston, a" :
Creary, Givins White. PiercepiiaU
hedew. Cocxty. ML Eso. Wm. Masson. Esa. Tbttff.
In pursuance ofa public notice; a number Campbell, John Woods, Jacob Filf" "
of the ritiens of Iredell Connlv Ti-;n.tl 1 Ell Ch.iinbers. .v
trthe retSliolim TfVXtim1
sox to the next presidency assemb cd n . '"""r ? X ? 2 mi
' ' Inwa hn ciiHinH K Ilia (JhairmlO n .
the CouH-IIoose, in the Tow, of St.ites-1 :..:,. , lhtthev rea.iest.the
-n vrai . . . I J
To which meetinj Cunl. Geo. L. Da
vidson was called to the chair. And John
1B ' . A ft' .
GEO L. DAVIDS, i
Jonta ,Moojr . )
:Mi,It!alIaViic and Jamei Tlioriip- 1trn:?Im!l$xrY
son were appointed Secretaries. I Wtu. Hv-tEs, , 4 )
Secrttor
The object of the meeting having been I
briefly and eloquently- explained by John J
" A certain talc, which wre shall n
.Musi m t onr Samuel King, lSqr.7it was if relate, seems fpJtaee af w U
Mr. Buckner. "Hun for a Dxiw-T
moved and seconded to appoint three suita
ble persona to draft' foo!ution5 for eaida gone horec.
    

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