North Carolina Newspapers

Jt', .Vi il.A-A--i--l.
i ' raoi in Biiritiii -T4i.
Mcs. EoiTon ; Cun uttarablo excite
inetit ha ko created by Hie amirse which
h'm. Korwior Matiu n though proper
' , in take, it a late tnti nullification meeting
fa Orange county j sad the frr-u ! and tlpi
oemios of that gentleman have been mu
, tu illy astonished at the apptirtni iiiconsia.
tCUCV UI JM political , CUillliCV UIB PI
tire firmer sorrowlully perceived, a they
L tU.ujlit dciarltwe l"roia those great prin.
i;w-w, eipi f liberty which lio had avwed and
,ci4 upon in hi previous iide ;nd tbelnt-
' frtll greatness," which they delusively
. ' fc.,,;4uiuJaUe ttertoct 4"lliitftftlcp.
""'ATiesdy fuJ th wfl liiifjtM't, who live, not
by their owVmorU; Jwl uunn the jjeatroc.'
ti hi of the fUgno of honest tmJ,' kgnu to
,,u!t u.1 ivuki arudfld the Tmrral m!j
. i . t ' ...... ..... ' P,,l
writers'; DHiwww inq ncsponuencj
..,"..-- .... .V. i .e
'lhr fri"(wr initthrtnctid1r"Bf jrathr and
"'correct pritieiptew,- wilj aooq willffiv?pl:
-1. to the bright c jtivirfioa, that thi man f
thrir hope u pgr jold," and untouched
"lV the alloy of political degeneracy au.l
-- the exultation of iumw uS.rai vampires
heUerJ and leaded thomselvesn an
' ticipatina on jiia apparent discrepancy iit
, hit. politic J opinions, (lull Lrt quickly
changed for tin! muttc'rings of chagrin and
. ' Tiio writer hat long known Jhic Man
llp,ni " P'''0 ,ntn un! enj 'yd the
li-Kior of hi pcrNutt acciuaiiituuce, aud,
Iwt flnltr hiai4f, hi t onfidfloce al)
" ll.rhm had fr(vijtiii, hv aud fall Codver.
" iiiJltm with hiioTiiwnall lhe: lvadirii to
piciuidiwuiuiuolurabvcrdlyeara. liiuao
orttifnatiwni ha?e hwn unrciwrved jm
'tiTi:!t, u id)n opiuSaiis upon the great
conftitutioital quotifni, which have, and
do aziute our UiUed couiilry. Ik;
1mWard bim exprt Witouiwm kotll
"tT.Tar9 iufiiuce ttur llitl.b'ir'rtigh mar-
iiiifialtbmighj may ho Irenohin
JJtf-Mllw priilcOT jot a" frimT77iIr""i III
wt-Jfcpl ali : whK'fr'-wittiHrt -t
Cv;-1it the mingmnja of hia Incmid, an J the
"gjfrn anticipatl'MM of hit nt:ii,ks. 'I'Iih
writer wiil (ive an aUtract, brief, indeed,
'rX Jul'O MwuumV b4itical -oiHmimit in
rwlifion t ifiti nature mid atructure of our
-Crntwnt, f tie Hj1ittt tlm State, nud
the powera (tli Federal Oowrmneiit. ?
IIr beg that this brief outline will be re
"lc-iiud wilif Iruf T fo lio liwi llui't. "m
wrricii njr ocenv- ana nm are neit ny
l.i.lri) Miinyun, aud upH) whieli are f-uu;
4mHta-efaetiinr WhhmitHhnh-
Vr rouiTrloTITtlinrw1ttiWtn
: th-J Tirwt nd.ipMliona held hy Jude M,iu
' tt n, and - be-tjmkf the putient attention
n PfineoUMderation of the reader, and
tolfianey ot the manner mav be oiorirej
CtHiw tujioriurity and rot importance of
Was iuulter '
Ju Jn .MUn jam thinki that the Fetlrmt
, OwritiiMmt ta a cHiiNict ainoiq the
, ul, at $ui-k, not aa comprixitig cojnN
a parU of tiiu KnmlaKreffatv, but tut
IiiuctarerHiUii awl lh:it tho people
Tf the tiMrte-va aep-raU and imlrumdcnt
j pjOift of eacli Buteacfinx an d ilecultrt
f r tlififtsutrei, tlifiKifit-UriisujIiiid prfc
(n.r ouie BuiB'jniiesi.- i imt me conttuiu
luti i ta no i tha work" of the AnieW
" .; ' cn triple a a mau for in thatTB, tiw
- .. TchatU-oVowuo4 would bo,. eimeultaJly-
. ti C')i. li Intod, and w ai d be capable wiilmm
lu . Air.urainarv loroeu action oi bncom
'izintfif b4a in the ciyili.d world.
-J. fi?Vi kfa. pWi and privults ttpmaly.
and deeinred, that the action
: indoeil, hat far mltaitrtd toward that dia
f -tejv-t,nim NNlrkklMaHHty hifmiiAj-. a' -:
, tiiined. wre !. (joveniinent. l'i fact, emu.
. . toli'luted. But he believe the tiovern-
, Imvit to be a compact that it wa formed
jutdaioptedby ioroign authorities, art-
a tuch, u power under Heaven hav
a t'.wi-baJjw of rijit to trceor rejtr.un
he. aJ"ptiua ol tha cumpart, but th dm
tinct partie or aovereintie, each Cr it
eifT- It is he taya, in the articles-of that
jNMipnet, tlwt all ttva rotruiuU th
'oVei.'ijn autli'iritie aro t j be, looked Pr,
nd all such reMraint must be clearly tx-
" ri$$td or bo based upon an impliCatiiMi
y inditprnmbli necwwity. 8o much fur
' CHir Senator' opinion upon "the atrm-tHre
ol tho.FiordlliiveruuK.iitLA'ow for his
Mew with regard to the right of tltc
ITu think the Statea, in the compact or
a jrrant of pwer totlie o tit ml governmont,
'- taw uimh4 nothiue,- frnr w Ihern an?
.thioj; implied by. indiopoiimihla nactwiiy,
, frstrauima tlwirnchta irriRFuanrm.
"WimUrw rederai (ifrfeTnrnent-afrittefity:
rarely, and paljauly, and injuriousty.tran
y"". power sinmi :refl tiyiiio,couiiiu..
- mih, r Hn, ta ii ao manner, vwrp ine
iimn of .lb Stale , H,. therefore,
In ika, nothing being surrendered by the
toi.-U oo tnei powit, Hint they. ti ruch
st it iu it place themselves upon their aov
'''Wiit "nd ttn.pbwrrmjrrii(y
- . iXiatra'a tlHnn:7 .a4iccordiq u
tai view tha jude, and the aolii,judj,
wiiiii and in what mauuer,-, provided tlte
.nwiner be not incennpatiblo" withHjhU
- U)rred by the curiititutioti oh tho other
- parties to tha compact, lie believe the
i luuirccuy aijrruiii(j inuso ngots which
have never boon mirreixlered, and Htnmly
.tend to tha wort. pecie of dcsp.rim, a
.4anputwia of ompct. od interested i
ot Luropo. lie tbiuk that if tho south
. chull submit l i tho proem tendencie ao j
manrw poticy, uw, ouiy me iiitere
M ta wth will be crwed, ilol their
m i tl 1. .- V . X -
B. ' m ,-n".r M9 rav j .i m
jKttU ot gjv I'm a,eut t? ijc Ut
li-lioiKtnillrt aurfiidT oftiit li!"riy.
Ho b'liH'' (he fiberly of tho nomli
Iho lwnJof the'aimijwri) p'-oplu, nn l Ih tt
ttmyiiuiy priwre itj jl tkrij iJtaM be rrr
totksmirlHi. Theaa 'arviiia anti.n"nt
id rcUti" to the rwture of Vir Cinvern
incut, the right rf th Hia,es and the pri
imi alarmiuj and awful mtuiif)tati'i!M, on
ile part of iho Firileral (lovornmont, f a
ilnwifwin, tf awp prwer not Jelntruwdi
tuaUi'ie and miwiae its tru power, and.
in a word, to erect itwlf into a aplendid
eonvdidatton, mercini alt the right of the
evtal Stale tuii the mptrut uttM"-
ty of the I piUthI head, an! Ihuv aubvert
inj mo conwnuii'Ni, orcanmz op me miio
marka which define it power, vmA, finally,
annihilating (niihic liberty. , . .
It niw become ncrtry to aay tome
thinj of the Muife a view in TeLMM to
Soulli Caroliiia , BtdHfituili lutf-mrxi; uym
t!u (uhiftct, the writer i uN able to give
v-ferof, thowgh ttplicit-iitirtPmTnr of"hfr
npiuiona emeruiiiiua aim cipregswi, iroui
fint to lnt. in . relation to this doctrine
lie object to nullification, a a rctpndy,
hnraue aa an attraction, it invoKci con-
tradiction, and, thrVr, pfcnl wliut th
Viffinan would ilonoini.mlo uhiurtlity. II
think it may n:it bo prrtwi'iiM'i tho ei
f rwment of the penal ennrlmfnt ofl!i
nullifying oiafe inay give oiramon to tu
nitiltuou riHiny an:l rc-qituncc of thu mi
nontymtne nwiojaH, i r intiaKrr, in
enura of arrest and in exocutiuj t!io w.-n
ti-nce of the court!; and tho Mini arm
Would find mnnv pretext, on midi ccn
ion,' n inals e i" 1 1 tcTf fni li 'It To" ft" jih y 7cii
power." Ilethiiilii nullifM'.ilioii inullicirnt
and thut it will nimt probably produce a
pretty and protracted coutst Nf re. fiy
courts, and involve nil t'leiuimrnerublrdif
frultie of eonflicthiT jnritlictims and
powers. Iu micb a coutrft, he Udieve the
Uenenl (iovcrumMit would have jjrentlv
thr advntae. - Hy- prntniftmir the emi
Irriti whW'h it mnr e;iily do, without M
tenTirif jnhiiTto itself," tf-tlfiw-f-iU
ttolrtftrnj-KtaW-nwr Jifr irrwt grievri!tty j
annoyed, in all thur interest, comfrnl
and enjoyinont, nni would not improbably
result in the discomfiture end liuniilintion
f ihe nullifying 8tatt. 8r tiinrh mire
hMieuit I it for the patriot to kiuiuI upon
mv arm, and receive tbe nteady awl con
taiitlv reiieated fire of the enemy, whic
prwid duanter and denh ainouj(
frien'W, than i to iii.tke" an gnlTiuf n"clmri
nit in the wmi nl'lhr ;lorv.
Hut, Imamse Ju;lje M innu n entertain
th'e yiewa of that doetrttm, mtMt he firll
Into the other cxireinofT nm huppy tli
it i in my power liii fric wh as well
a hi f c riht nnthismtiijrct. lie think
it not onlv indr HcntK- b -unjuit to ilo
ii.ufte vVtlfiwnl.f patriotiMtn the ptrrril
losder in Souti uroli.Ki ;, Ik
chum each Siaielirid, originally, and where
hu it l-Cen surrondi'ro'l and MH h, thy
undoubted right to interpow, even to tile
tliilut'in of the confederacy, ai fur si re
sards t'nrJf. A nullifieation propo"- t
b a middle remedy, it dj not, ho tv
deserve the uaiuI unsparing dcouiciuti.ns
with winch it uwiil('d. It ennnot IP:ct
to tho mittitj ifi It'-AlJlhisJi
liefthiit h4tTderaw&-itlltimjttM have
nc rxrJJXanw.doI JiintonT mw rnnrEFV
I acorn at tue iiijiit impoTulia ; an l that
iny ar at puirenic a any iriou wnonve
lived m the best period of tiio . rcpuhlK
and thut their caujo n h'dy c.uhbjiT
coiHinutiiHml and well rculutcd- lilierty.
It is his opinion that every patriot uuvla
to be ittTiwed to a io,-Wrt! t)f rhe4)ppre
isiwiauf tiio ceutrulXjoveruuiiuit ; tie
Sbutlk (roiiiiiam'Mie. aiiijjjeel tlMin ; aud
that thewdyf-bjetwwst
eminent to it purity nn! jiwttew that
troai'fy -dietinruiidind it wVn if first cani.
in nn the Jbaud ufihn veiutUu i-wh.
torniod it. ' An I wli't!ier their prmon.
struggles fir coustitutronnl liberty slmUla.-
for we al or f r woe, tho writer of th? ix
coufi lent in tiio nsacrtion that judzo Mun
jrmu'a heart will bo with them, and that hi
M wtll iwrerf be niar them.
Us believes a common dcrtinv await
it and no iKiwer un t:r Ft'iiven. ioulii
jinlpet vto to mie a mij m 4 of ih ep
preiir, to betinbruel m tho blood of our
uHI'riU' and oppreteI brethren' ol the
south. II reganbi the oppressor, as a
fojtto?! tyirtT, eoaif lor," and will not
(rive him aid and comi'irt , nor iIjcj he
Udu'tetliat many uf hucjuutrymtm vouU
be mduced, when uifoitned mi the aubject,
torhennh for a moment auch an idea.
But there may beexcejdion to thi aiter
tion; but if Heaven, in if 'wrath, uluill
ewr pormitth mfrai
whoh any of our people shall nuke tw.-h a
iiDvement, he believe tlify will lie p..eili-
mmsfreidtiyitii vmyht ffpub'icoprvrtm;
or the weight e pub.icjitngejnct. v nh
aJfuTf ooiMiirjitn witW W Hrf?ifn I'frt h
em" as to the rfijeojr.ho ilitTer witli them
a to the rem&Iy. IU hn hfiver ubu.'d
nor denounced them for adopti ng it ; ""'Art?
Hfa.ieBiri'if ;"anrl tin iMott h. li...
no right to object until, by itsapplieution,
it shall prove injurious to tho righta of the
pidUical community of which he i a twin
br. He doea not chooew to indorse far
the remedy for he think it Will tttoM
probably BMW ini'fficieht. Ip'bowevr",
ho.! mistaken, and it shall work out then
remit M eoofidentlr lintieiputed : V It
I'rir freemen, fcel that the eourrrrr-wilrown
tha great 4 nan wmr ha revivN the doc
trine, a larger del of gratitude than bim
and free hat been the egression bt his sen
iiments- h the writer fhfct Jbn ia able, at
least, to affirdlrW rebtjtaf onrt atif ictioii
on thi piht al:; lie has, on several oc-
tn4()avTW?-st"ed , remedy,., the distin.
miiiing a;ore oTwhicli were
'ike the", I That the otiry e!B;ient remedy
trhyAnf in' verted acti hi anion the
RgjTjc-ii-hi VUlZj. ' Tb vxu ouAt U b-
in in the If'litte b- Utureii, and be ioci
uMied bv t;:'idiilie procfedinir.' Licet.
in due and rejilur f rm,' from dirtrict to
b d inated, member to a onveAtion to
ronnuU. Can lidate will canvas the pn'rt
Af t b' lorb H people, and the ic:rtilo
will auntaiii the aclof thrwo eervanU whu
fitiriifiillr ren'en'ii't thir opiniNi nnd
wishe. "In tin way public opinion wilt
lie fairly acortttiiwd and fully" emli.fiotL
A othe HtAf.thero can bo nodiubt. Il
muv be a rain aAod. when, tnd where ha
Ihi htLrl imhatftftrrrereijirty been aur
ajariered State sh:il rnove by one immil
the w jrk will hate oeen fuiuhed. ' 1 here
rnusd be no f-ar or the Union ; it will br
prcHrofil. The opprewor, whonlw-fiudi
a iiiirit that will not aubinil to hi exuc
Iioim, wHl a'lgjliojajv mi
wU'd thta- r.tHjiuliject miht bo w-rw
were it evo! necf iary, tiiosny never was
lng pre?rvw but by Urn hardy ami de
prnmed virtue dv wnicn u wn, aeuiov
ed. II by craven fear, or Uvnh tuhini
aion, wo I'kwo i, it will. ntewrth. 'ilic
iiiin of inquiring whether tho present go
nerstion are the degenerate bud worthier
oo of hard ptitriolic anl wortliy air-.
Nomah doubt but we will all defend the
Unionbut Lilwrty " mimt be prtf1reetl.',
The writer, utantleinen, Im lliu given
a brief view (J the npiniiMH of Judte Man-
KUin, on various as;itHtiiiiqiuwlions. They
huve lyon ki:tch(ut witii baite, but are
ulMtariiinily true, as tar a they o. if?
hsi not wily cuilenvored to pre-rve the
iirit of hit rcmnil. on variou oceasiini,
but in aoniq caics, .d JubtlcM tlw. yery ex
(iroioii will be recognised by those who
are fiiinillinr with hi lylo of conversation
alth'Mnh lh7 Une all tho efloct which if
L'lven to them bvthe emii'iniie nod ix'cijIi
nr mnnrrr of Hiw Jurlje. The nuth'r f
idtoned with i!eli"ht to the vivid nnd
lwilUl.nuraU.l I'ftU'lX 8"" ci'xpienee
which frrrrriirrrrlrwo''''ur whrrf tir frr t
the existing topics of the rfnv, more pnrtic
ularlv-the utirrinu' utrain of indiiintion
which IKiws from hu lip and flasln. frutu
hi eye, hen lie tou'hei tho mibjert ol
Mithem HufU-riug, nnd northern rapacity
and opprewm. -All-thi will hr- I'wt tri
the raider of this, although the senti ncnt -here
detailed are milwtnntiallv hi.. ,
cy pr'ffrrol atii;wt Jo le Mjujoim, bv a
wntermlh ILilei', who aumns tliu
co(jna)tM " Allmniarli!, a low w ri
J ill .itisfy the autlnr of tIieckircTa
well As every fi ieudot the J .1 lire, 'in-
jilMii-e hu Ixwn frtiiw K ll.l oll-iracter,
In the first, pl iee, ho never did uvo hin
self a nvHrVwT'vmthw r(.ntrery;iht; writer
of thi Willi rememlwr J he ctnohatic do
rltiratiou irwd" h hi mat timnvile Ccu'rt,
l'Vlru.i-v l"3l, that h' vie.ved nullifica
lion u aosiiru, inninueii ni u inrv.j u
contradiction; an.leven if it were nm an
absurd ibictrinc. it win at least an irHfi
cieot remedy. Yet did no on then- us
pert him of hostility to too tHith. On
the eontr.iry, when qualified by hu dedar
atim ffnd niiiniiHi, - n piverr in thi rti
lrti"M-" friends were" CTtisned timt he was
and doclarnfioiis atlndcdto by 4 AlbanH'K
le, anil what do th' V prove T hy, n it
that Jude Mangunr ia-incpnubtoHt, be
cue they ore the siinio ho nlway ex
pp?eed puldildy and privatt Ivi "Alhil
XwmuIo" Jia i4-pndued-n smle qiiut.T'
tionor oxpresiou whicn gmt the charjo
that ho h.nevttr avnwcuv the (toeirmo ot
nmihoition. His opinions nrenow the
sam a oppress bv him oirtho " ik'ntini
t!M- the annul a hM by hrnat Ra
icw; dumfilif "wfrifcr oti Wl "The'v
aro'the aa no us avowed, luid ably too,
llQ nirC-ounK'H nl" tin wrilef f
this derie,Alb:imnrle"orany other fiieml
or fas to lit tho charge of 'uicoiMixieiicv,
on the honorable AI m( true, tht
declaration mitde hv him in the IMlsluro
meolioj; are eulcuhited to lead his ftieud
into errorj Isutjitjihould borcinembt;n;J
tliai the q:ietiin at that ni'fetinj;, wa tint
simplu ducirine if nullificatii n, uimecLin
painoi by any ot thoso uljct which aro
MiMlert.indio; of i gut ditctrine. And thij
writer is inkrtnOd," and no d-xiht fth
fact, that tho chairman inevtuii;, (a
thorough golu. tartlFuiBii,) restrained the
'ubjeri.ufdebato to the nu.;ud question of
nulhlieatt-stj ttfceqneHe;-t whictr-he
ww depi ivo.l of the power ofoxplaininij
and qualify inj his vich. and opinions, iu
they have boon freely dououii all other oc
cation. " Had Judo Manfim been pormitd n
occujiy tho whoje, -.Kind m Unt occiwion,
nn friend of his1 would mti sounded a n.'l"
onTtaaificnoiK" Ddf Wwas"rogSrJoT
at an intorioncr m that as-mhl uw. ami
e.:..i . '..... .. !..' . .
IIOU I.UI1Y iijh cniairit u orjre" ou'Xclle
uieut not often .witmweti at mndtiassdnblii.'
ip"s of th" pjple. . Tiio tarilf tiioo bbcamo
atarrtiPd 1'ir SilSCr1 oftheij1 -.heuie, nod
i'very exertion was iniJo to arrent bim in
his do.ii j.i ti briiitf aUmt an otnui a'id fair
di u4iou (4" tho whole matter, "fhe di
vi-doji which t,.k !ae oucht to aaiisfy
oyery, JRialrtv ,.inirr a j the ciwia.
tor ..and luwiitn- 4f -tho-netiojff tfa1 -.
n a norrrfcvuous unetinj, tliere
nit advocates at any collection of thpco.
pi to Oiutiir "T
tiveono It called upon. all the foe of
nulhrkalion atiu disutuon to a4Herjdetn4
tiio oWiVik wa tot ju II Jth at t i -1 a. ritfi ttji r
Id fffe expreSuwrofaii opuHWttl1i"vAitsij
be takeuby our . Hothero opprcss-xiTlo be
it not a direct approval, ot at least ah r
qhiesricnce in the imtsitica ef a arotect-
: ( nrt.:- !..: r
ive tariS This! opinion i Confirmed bv
the tact, that the oinctal account ot the
meettngmiHts altogether lb isjaututloit of.
fered by Senator hnjnnr, reprbktian
tb'iVtariif. and ihn v ii'f.graJton opon it.l,Ad I
thi t!i trwjw-tbatJha-nri,n.i
ohect qf tbft 'Qecting vu (ft od lJ, "to
i! iiipry of thi time U'. P. Mungufn, a:i 1
1 n re the candor of Altcwarlo will co"m
pel bini to aeknowlndrf the injustice d ie
Uiour aonaior.iiy inecnar'eoi nieonmv
leocy. It i underst.d tint the adjourn
1 mectinir was not neiu on tno win m
Oioher, for reasons perfncily satislaetory
;o Jhoso coirorned, and therefore, the ta
riirmea cannot draw any favorable con
cltnion from thd clrcuiiwtahce thaf It was
ntt lieW. .' . '" .
The allusion raado by Alliomare to
ibe circulation 4" certain pamiinlet nndnr
h-frkiivs' -privilege, cannot p'osailily
orovo Mr. Manurn- inon-uxtcnt. iliat
pa'inpluVt contained a b-dy of information,
which evcrv man ouht to be in posnaion
of. It contain tho Virginin rrtsolations of
'9 Mr'. Mad'Bon' report of UO. ihe Ken
ttfckv.rckoluiian, framml by Mr. Jetf-rsonj
and ihejintwer of thb "iither' Sfa"lc,to
aether with Mr. ChIIkmiu's expose, and
TWTTlafBnmk6niitcWf;. Cfl"'d ttiert!
KHibly be any '. "objection 'to circulating
tle d- -Uioont, which embodied, a it
were, tho very creed of faith of the repub
lican of 'S., which contained the widum
of Je(f;rson and Madison, and which con
iaiiiedthe original draft (d thoe very doc
trine which were triumphant in the down
fall of fedcralUm, the election of JelTorson,
and which inVied the civil" revolution of
that period? If that wu nullification, then
are we all uullilier ! I Hut it was tor thn
valuable int irmation thone pamphiut con .
taiued, in relation to the formation of our, that Mr. M.ini;uin circulated
them, and not tVilissemina'te nulliuVufioii,
a nhout to bo practiieil in H. Curolum.
Had ii"t t',.i writer already transcended
the limit of .moderate e,ay, 1jc would
drmimstrato the correctness ef Judjjo
Manuin' opinion, by thi standard of
reason and the C'rtnlilu'ion -entirely
voiilu be jthow the truth l the assertion
that our gMvern-tiout i daily tendin to a !
onuohdated d'-spotism, whieh may bt eai
Iv done by wmply reciting and aimlymng
tHset tbnlra powerfor m numbor.
if years past ;. but h'will defer it, with the
ptonise, i lint should ocension call lor it,
a may usaiu bo induced to olludu to the
I will now coneluile by requesting the
friend of the south and of Stnfu Rights,
imt to liMeu to the croakins yf tantfin mi,
l.i'ho prejudice o tho able rcpre;ntalive
orthe ,oxccij;nty, .prurtli ..Caw'!
ihiri-'edeni Government. TTiey are op
posed to him, and are determined, if they
can, to prostrate linn. Many of thn old
ifidf. ra!iitan4 raiawd.ari3tiKrat3.: have
elui)hed their forces, and will leave no
iii me unturned to bring him t their level
in iho ufltx'tion of the peoplo whom he
taithftfUyendenvor -fo jprve; and wTio, we
trust and believe, i.ow aipreciate him cor
rtrilv. SOUTH.
Oxlbrd.Oet. 20, 1S3'..
THE CIUSIS. It heincr. now settled,
'jcyond the possibility of doubt, that, prior
tithe next meeting of Congress, t he ienplo
ot'South Carolina, nsscmbh'd in Conven
liunf will declare the j'rotSelirt Tariff
Llwv null ana void, Jtful of tun-Mre within
tbelimitii of that Stale,-)!" bcSopycsihe
Pcophrof the Ndflhefn StaiN to dir wlutl
they bavo not hurutofore donuT reflect uj.
on tho ptsture in which they have placed
the country, by their refusal, at the
session of Conjrres3, to listen to the rcison
TiWrnnlT jun7iTuinuil "of TTiat portion of
their fellow-cituiens, who consider not on
ly their pecuniary intertiiits);tlut their very
liberties, uneonstitutiooally violated by the
acts" of ttie Fcderat (loycmmiim. Wo ifo
illiwt sincerely bidieye tluil a f eryr nioder
to displayVdh tbo pari f tie 'inaniiicinf-
rs, of sjiirit.iiC couiproiaio, .would, LiA
wnitcr, hava reconciled irlarje a porfion
of the Southern People to-a very hi jh rate
of protective, duties, thnt tha imp-jtidtn
crisis, if not indefinitely H)stS)ncil, would,
nt least, hHve been put on to a pt'rtod so
distant, as to have given time tor a correc
Uoti 4" thtvi!eMtdeined rf, br tmrprrv"
cc "I arumeirtr liut what did we be
bold? From tho-beffiniimif of tho session
until. the. end of it, nibraci:i( a period of,
by their admits in tho lobbies, and their
Keprsentutives aud rrrji crs on the
floor of both IIoiihcs of Congress, protest,
ing against the slightest abandonment of
the pmtectivo principle. Wo aaw thorn
even reject tiio overture iT coiioi-ssioii of
tered. by tho Administration; which, al
though not satisfactory totlio South, -was
still yielJiii'' much inm than wa's eranted.
-o behobl -tlvun, in fine, -contending- fr
i'v.'ry inch of jjrotind wnieh they occupied,
and ncrer voluntai'ilij concetlin-; ono sing!.)
point. I no little that was obtained from
J. thojr nautical . colleague and it- ii
therefore ovKiwtit, that -not the fdifttest
claim to the inagimuiniity of tjie South ctin
bw sctnp by the monopolisrta. They ac'tod
with a ainulA r2r.ird to their own selfish
interests, and latwlicd at the coiunlaints.
tbo remonstrance, and the desperation, of
those who were su.Teniijj, by their policy,
nnt voluntarily viciuod not ono folitarv
half per cent, of their exictii-c. Suoli
conduct il about to meet it 'reward: for,
tetrh-J-nsotjiofthB imiWrfifin crrsTrl7ns
i may, c.Hilule!fce in the talajity of tip?
lb cjuutry, must disappear. Our reasons
fir this epinion;" we ill procoed to give.
1 Cohgresa, at its session iu December
' w'jlt iseivftpSiciai noiice, from Sijutfe,
n oo one or ine pamet to- me t ea-
tr .
en I Comjxict, has prooounoetf the Tari.Tl
Laws, so far a theV pmoom to lew dis.
tie tor the protect ton-of ono branch of in
.1...... .l' 1L . ' ,1 i
j. .... . . .
f duatry al the expense of all kliera, to be
onconsniuuonai, null, end void, ami that
they ajAlt bof be executed witliin ihe limits
nt that' Slate afler tlwith of March 1'33.
It ,wiir also be aiTvised, thai the Lesisla
turn (XSjutli Camlina, inoboilience to the
i03WiuBiq( Uj9 f8r'plo1-4aCTeatwp
isMpihled, have onnet''d the Jiw tHvcr
y to render tlic Xct of Nullifira'ion elli-c-
live. Vhattho5 law v. ill too, wecamtoi
foreifll ; but they will oon be known. "
iv hen advised nfthee prxceiiins, x-n'uiil id nwessily ct. II muwlb
er repeal the Protective Law, or it must
counteract the Nullification of South V
olitm :'for, were it to adjourn without do
tiig "one or Iheofher," tlie counlry vriTd Wi
inuiMla'ted with foreign ;eoU, free of duty,
through the free port of Charleston f and
thus would tha nmnufuclui' i l0 N'iicd.
W'ln resident wntot interf .'re-ras re;a wis
tho cm(liymcat of firce, without the au
thority o Con 're:' for, by tho Comtitu
tion, u!tliaii-h it u declnrcd that nlmll
taM care that the law Ihi faithfully rxe
cutcd, vet to that brly does it nloue be
Imij -'fo provide 'for caltinj firth'' th"
militia to c xecuto tnfl law ortntj u'
That he ha no riilit to blockiido ( .'linrle
tonir wliieh is nrt act of mr; IS, it rrn7rp
done cun declare, i admitted even by Mr.
Webster, one of tho moit steadfast champ
ion of tho Ainencan'Sysfe'iiias Tin been
scn by tho extract from his Worcester
Sneech, publisliml id our last pnjier.
Will Congress at onro repeal the Pro
tectivo Law T Wc think not; at b-ast, cer
tainlv no such idea is entertained in this
quarter. "Nearly all the flinids of tho, A
uieriean Svstem, thut wo have heard ex
press a sentiment on the subject, nie of
opinion that south Carolina miut bo put
down b'j force. How thi foicc would be
einploied ami against whom, it is not ca
sy (o iuinL'ine. lihe opposition "of Hontli
Carolina, as her writers sny, would be in
tho display of a mnral, and not oi a Ay
cel. resistance. . Tbcro would be no unit
ed bodies of insurrenls, coiubinin tocoib
inif nets ot yyeiicc. Tlieie would l.l0.
r'stanee to the laWs, but throuijh the vcr
dirt of juries, iho prohibiting of jailors to
c'rtillno prisoners under process issued ai
mr suit oi ine untieu nnes, tne reiusy
.i . '. .i t v. . . . ;i. r ."i
of the Suite Courts to eertilv tho record
wbiuk ,.wuliijiuij;ut au ajkpeal to the Su
preinC Court, and other Minilar acts,
altiioiirrii these measures may all appear,
to tho Eolith Carolina writer, simple ntiif
plain, yet they are not to learn, at thi te
day, that a Government which can usurp
nncntnistittitional power, would not be very
ant to hesitate at a resort to uiiconslitu
nl inea is of enforcing ii. What would pro
,viif .C,aiithM fraiii'lotlariilji llie fMrU"nT
.S:. Carohni tolicuo lon'r ports of entrv,
and thereby render it illegal to impart
jjoods into the same ! It i true tho Const itu
tiau- ikclarci--that sNo pmfrronc shall
ho given, by any regulation of commerce
or revenue, to the ports of one State, ovtr
t hose of another J nor shall ycssvjs,, iound
to or from one State .be obliged to eatiii;,
clear, or pay duties, in anotlier." tint,
has nut Congress Hiwer, as Mr. Adnmn
tdls us, " ta provide for the cooynon do.
fenco and gcneni! welfare and is not this
provwion pura'ihount tothootlier7 Af;ain;
said a writer not fur fro'ii us, licfore the
appearance of Mr. Webster's speech, Why
cnnim! Conjtress blockud' Charlc-.ton T
Did not Don Pedro, of IVnzil, bl.Kkadc
the port? of a r.eJjcJli('iiipriiyjucclYca lic,Iiiis XoJo JjopuUrtbat as w-iu- tiie ekt I
dil( but thut nrosyfrjco-wa tin iotegral pwrt
of one tonsnTidat'ijd empirOr ''''L"..?nth'
Carolina is nol and wo tru4 nver will lie.
Tho insurrection in Brazil was like tho
wliirkey iiiMirrcction in Penusylvawa an
oppositioil '(' indieidualt to. thn establish
oil laws. . Tho opposition in South Caroli
havo the authority of one of our most em
inent lawycrn, .Mr. Diuucy,) for asserting
that such opposition litis a dignity ah nit
it, which ctrtiiiulV CAundt te predicated of
a treusonaWe insurreciiHi.r
-'- fiutx;nrtrwitMrre'tywer r?fCoh;ri!i"irt'te' trscsdn he stntnetl to reach the
M8im oflhe'NnHiSeftf -What savl tiio
('oiist.tution T " Treason against tho Uui
ted Slate shall only Consist in levyin;
war nainst them, or in adhering to the
f neniies, jrivin them aid add comfort."
Hut S.iuih Carolina would uot lvy war a
fiuuisl iho United Stales, nor would her
individual citirmM, by adherins to her, be
adhering to the oneini.-s of tho United
States, or ijifing Jlicm .aid and cyiufort.
sovorcis;n duto cannot. If a Slate were
disiiosej fo levy warayiinst tho U. States,
sl would, ipso facto, put licrelf out ofi
tle luuon, and become a foreign Slate.
Ittrt, although wo are not able to see
what course of f rcibte- proceediniayrinst
Siirth Carolina could be resorted to, yet
there may bo sonv eoeneive measures,
which' will, in all proliabtlity, bo brought
into the view of Co.ijrresui, . Jn sijchjureut.
ihoir adoption or rejection rmy depend u
on ihki course pursued by tlie Southern
State as a Ixxly. Tiio question present-
ed-fitr iheir conle ration, will wt be. Are
. i -1 . . ..-
you m layor oi or .optHifese.aK) isiuuuuca
tiotn-but, W'balara yonriiiioi'ia'iiii fc
the cercivo powers of" the Federal Gov-
ernnvwt, in reference to the caso before
Congre ss ? Tha trreat body of Vie S- mih-
crn roople hold Hie f diowitui principles
to bo tlie. fundamental doctrine of qiir
Political System r
FiriU That tho t overnment 4 the H fi
led Stale is a Confederacy ot Freest Sov.
Extract-1mm a Sjteech delivered by
iHr. iHuiiey, at a puhlic Anti-Jacksnn
a Oth r
" Vow mark ttio proof. Ttia ProsiilcnT
js opposed to S juth Carolina Nullification.
And JAIiwt ,3ot; Jbeeause 'it4;Iiltialnir
-Uiatt.jfW 4b liultijwrsrfryresidential
Nullification n thick r than the bin ef
tawB SVHI9 Vi
South Carolina. . Tin i aNullr3cation
by States, which, dulkult as it ie NMindcr
stand, ha at least some dignity rboiK it
bQt (hat it NulliTication by every man
in the United Bute who i able to take an
oath of office, lie i opposed, to it be
cause it is not kit Nullification, and ie.
cahse tbero ia an object dearer, to the par
ty .f South Carolina, thaa tho -Trvsidcut
hiin!." .... .: y.V,";, .:- ;
'crcijn, jind .Indrpenilent Ulates, whtrH
have Ltulrd tfether f rrWain tic'ifi.j
bj-Hi, and no mhers, and not a Hngle
idid'ited tjovertitro'iit." (
faeondh. ThattlieCotiKtitoti.mrJ'ii'
J'nited Slates is the de inKnmieut U
hn li tbo nature of the nuUi.t,,,,,
pact can le known f ol d that. v.,?u, ,, ...
iiisttuiiMint confers ujKin the Federal
trhnif nr'juiiwlk'iion "over ......
whicn have been deleeuted to it. it i,.,r
none whatever over Iht ri.-jhl rest rvetj kr
tbo States, and nol didyaied.- X
-''rWjr-Thnt neither -dm
siuuuon pniriuu any eoinm'HI trilMjnirt a
umpire for the settlement of diimii.J
of Dower. Ytho Siiiiretnn dmri I.,,;.
.'. ..' .. '.. imi.
uw t'S iv iiii HIU Vt1 III Iinlk
it, I il iiift.f!ij.ti..a A la 4.
jvjt na list jxi ssjii iiiit i4 " CultfH u
and equity, nritinv umler this Coiwio.,!
jvjt na list jxi ssjii iiiit i4 , rtFJIfJI jjj
the! ofthe Cnifed StatesViftd-tckS
n.d, or VhlfH shall La awde.uiid,., (hJJ
fllllhorilv" to ulnrli tUnrm ... ... .
mentiMd lo tho fli'oiss of the Court )
that, consequently, tt "rcnritaH"ri i
etoofan infraction of rlie Feik-nl t' -sict,
catdi Mate possses. a, 0IW f .
r,rrcd rj'h tho right of jndjjin of,
infraction, and of tho mode and inesUr. r
redress. , .
Thus far, in the South, there . .
lie little diversity of opinion as t Jue '
coiisliltitiotmlily "of tlio'"HestncHve L
tern; but the caw is diffident n
the mode or menstire of redres,wienr
stance should be made by one Slate W
or by sevcrnl in conjunction by tli SuS
l.Pfisliitim- nr In. (Im P..,...l
lion at the present day, or n a fiit are time
by Nullification or bv Secession. fjtiir
. O- J "J. .'''1'15.41.J(
however, nr, according to the thenrv of n,.
vtnmiiminn rriu ny me nnvocate of tliee
vnri.sis menstircs n sjieclivelv, escli Stats
l"tS.!!o.rixbtto judps of the inodeanj
sure ol redress, it is hnrdlv tolo;n'.;...iV
that, nfler S-mth Candina has m' h,
choice of iihsW, tint other ytatra ivirrsr
sist in ptiftiiu lier down i for, in tuck t'
vent, the right of a Statu to exercise
judgment a ta ' mnttirtJtn:
drtii, would Iw forever nnnihiUted; bV
Vith these views, wo cannot help :
jtarding the apr'nchiii esi(si of Coq.
gross m the most -important thnt bus ever
been held under the present Constitute
The Coveruuieiit is now upon ittriiUi4
the devolupcmenu between thi end i!j
th' f-Msrei1 wnefl thfr 'p
iniin ciirwj its luiwrs, can.M tail to decidj
soinc of t'i most iiniMUtaii. xlitiol prot
leins thnt have ever been preseuted to tin
Amcrumn -Pwipb) i
1'j'relution to the prospect befireus.tL
Dirsviilc llucorder, a imiier Dublisbed in.
,v, " SaUlt Ciindim.- Tb roeent eks'
lions have tennuiatod, in Charloston iu4
ev.mi (,tnnr HiMncta, in the coirqleta
iiiuiiiiuitiie t ree iruoc ana aiate KUlu
!.. . .
l ui.ijr. :
T, .... -.- . m
las oppoiiio,i toonr lei ill
i . e i- .. .
uiHieuu oi uecreasinj;, is mus eiKtently
ffumuz struiath, and not onlv in &hK
Carolina, but in all the Southern State
(jooria is uluuist ndv for an explntkafi' :
riHiwarr wmr: Tms tiuesuon will be tskM
4 a a -AnHMKifralbitr. -: Hitherto, tri
merits nave been too much estimated if
its su,ipose4 bearing upon tle pocket 4
certai i indivtdu lis, or, at host, by its iirV
dieted euet uixm certain local district
l lie t eopio ot- the booth are in earnest.
anttwenitno rsortli oudu to kiW OuaJ
bcfjjo it li-tuu. luto."
: A Desperate Kidnan;xr:- ta iWfmrmjjf
patched ten Canadians in a canoe dowa thj
The third evening aftor quillim; fit Cirt
wliilc they were quietly sitting fouba &'
blazing fire, eating a hearty dinner
deer, a larijo ball' famished bear cautioMj
ly approached tho group from behirru sli .
adjacent tree; an I, before they were awr.r
of his prcsenen, he sprung across the firt
seized ono of tho meti (who half a Veil fnN
ni died bone in his hamf) round hi walJ,
with the two Oro-pawsiund rah abeiit '
yanls-wflh Hrroort this hmdwj- lirfore --
t.ippe.'l. His comrades were so tliudjjr
struck nt the mjexpectod oppoorohce ol'siirk
a vniter, and his sudden retn-at with'poor
Lisneson, that they for sorrio tims !t ill
I,.!!l,!?-?.-0f n"dj jtudj ia a jstatoj'f l f ,
and confiiTion, were ruminj fo attS'fro,
each" expecting in hrslurn tri"" lie kidtiapnoA
in a similar manner ; when at Ichgtb, B i)
tistoLb Blanc, a half brd ksiiiter,' s tuL
hitgun, and wtis in t'ltyiict of liriti'nit th
bcrrr; but was st p;v I Hi1 aomo of.tije eth
er, who told him he would inevitnblY kill.
their friend in tbo jwwitjati 'ha'"', Jj...
placed. Ddriiig tikis pirlevBi'iim ndax-
:ti.3 KHp Of Tnr ri'vsili.j
jecafcly under him, and vrvlca.surely !""
Jpm pu-king the bono which the latter t.uo
drop;wd, Once Or twice ' l,rhi Vd'alttai '
tsd ti e wnnei which unlv citifd th 1 1' "'
to watch bim mor.e closely; but o:i tiiia
making another attempt, he again soil sf
L'Hiisson'around the waist, and ccmnivti
giving him one of tfi'ise inertia ciuhraCCI Z
which "enernlly end in death.1 . .'" "
The poor fdiow was inw i:i irreat aWi
and vcnt'od'tho'mwt" frightfuf,credin'"
rand.obsorvin? Ralitiste with hi mi it tea-?
to fire, ho cried out, Fire ! fire! my dear
hrothef,if thoo wotiltfst laro - tTir-ffiwdf
Fire, for the love of God ! At hi tiM
bsnr oyor tho right temple.' lis 13)11
at the nine time dropped LoursH w ;Ji
ho gave him an ai'YscrafctVJ van' hH
claw across the face, which'rif'ue; iurf
alforwnrds spoiled hia bcautyV, w , . hff
shot, Lib. uiane darted to lit - - -0'
assistance, and witnihrshai))" " -xe)f
finwheJthe sulleTuigtnf the r - ? "V.j.
li t reiind KU fnA' tmt& V ,
death f jt whhotcr' " irler"'

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