18 wi to abUia troth Iv. which hW? ; wi'iJLl-I : : V' . V-
., -0 ilam oC!.iaUy rTVafti u Zr - 9n unVwj wn.cai no rens, the hatrtoT th citizen, mi wbichII bo with little'remtiW
: .A ,
, I t J ; : f i f i i f i i i
rii! tWSTEl$ CAtlOLTmAX ji
J a. ftMtid within thm vwnlk's i or Ico
r nwHi wntif aI orrearactfre
5j7mffi the FMitor't diirftion.-
fifriflion teill be rtctised for a'ten
tM thm m par,' '" -1 , . ' j "
i fifc to mtiji 1 Fallot of A vcUK
bfycnimi vne monJb before tht trpifiu
fanf $ jtark iU b considered fu a
- jy prr procuring tit HW?prf ttrSJ
rl?rtcr iddrttuH 10 IhiFdlitof mud
tpotlpaid erthejiV!ill nUbt ottcidrd
f Caption of; tlie Vljiw-; '
i fatd at the Sestfon of the. General
i fyrtmMy of the Stale mT JCorti
Toting V 'le. i"Uuy eouftf or M
on. tturke tnti Butherftwl power to m
iuiol pl.itff fcf pubirc'daloTO laid cnttnttet.
4 To prelvent7diiute 1o' consequence
if a lMKurfcy vt h -line" dividing the
totii!ioof,Ans.n anil MJk;kteuburgr ;
.S V krliTofiici in"A8hviIto.'
I d tt.ittring fo cretlit Thumas Davei of
4TX 'heanrif tfie wt of 1 W9"CTtHM an
-K'aliiiir thrf several actn. f'xtabtixhifli?
ingutatio the ajaoiul Court of Durke
, 8 ProvKiinjj compensation lor jarort tn
;Catrru couiitylL X.:.i -- J -'frr.'
1 ,9 .iiJtttoryof tjct ofA?
-HO AIrinrUho-.liii-tf filoctiog.. and
fft. wu( tbo bond wf certuia otHcer o
w ll Authorising the'aUerinsr undanienJ'
r rat fM Sfate tCoai) wnmnj ttiroujjti my t
it Altering- ana anwnuiug.-, insaci 9
lS29, lor the improvement of the iyJd fitm
'hiiiisfmion oi juatice. tn thecoamiea l
,8urkeV Buncombe,: Lincoln: and Rutljer
' ;- 14 ToteDMlid wrf in actif tlie Gefi-
' tral Amblv. nanid in-llie -ear 182(Lj,eruot to Durcha-se MbmoI N'rth Cnrolina
emrtW.-ah art to rvpsat an" act of theilew
;liai ACiHDiy, paittiea inej ypr iou,
eilitjed f(ctdi,reftinir thpwty;55R
'Lib pay fce tii iorUiivolIippri tjiorein nain--Ipi
w certain canea, ad fararTolatoa tojhe
I flwt,(Utoi)ad.ip itmcJUrgXij.
t 1 To pravontff the frlirug of ti nUmr in,
, iotherwisa bbrfructliigtho'channel of
LiHle river, "Ironi: Bumper 1 fork to the
fumy line, in Mootgomcry county. -.
'y 18 fnnccminf baods working on roads,
lplht ounty of Burke., i :.i j !
1 .'P.To regulate the courts of pleas and
. tvaner asstuinsW Davidnon county.
'1 Tft restore JosliuaPeoheJof Wflkes
vpouiity, to credit.-'
" . '19 To amend in" let, passed, in tie, rear
l.v 1 ' 1 : .f .
einmea an aci w aoep ,( ,u
" , Taiium-agy and, TeuQCsiea rivers io Hay
'"'toedenuiitv. " VTV i, f '
1 W To alter the tune ol holding one of
TUi-:; ron 14' the. County Court ol uun
f 2f T repeal part of In act, passed A
-.ft.I?29, entitled an acU appoint com-
I pu.Viunert to euperiuteud the builtliuf of a
r C'iurt house' in the county of Burke.
ir. li For the better reizulatwri of the town
. 'bfShtwvUle'ir. tue county of lreoVIU-
- i loautttonse me nwa.nsoi a ium. 1
f yk rota, in inywooa county ,uh iu in
. ' Corpruta a ConiTwnV for that purpose,
. alter thf liow tnf.lHiMiAff 4b-U
Chit'l'lll! iKaa, l.ktavil siiu) IUkrTTlTC7'4ll" Siillll
25 To Inoornorato Ihe town of Rulhert
SrAtoh iiinhoeouiilV of Rutherford , i
rtS8 uiug a uniform time of holding the
4 aieriioiis in h third cofi2rosiHaI district
af Vorth Carolina in the cmotiea, therein.
a To incorporate tu Cabarrus Artir
v ryr.' ; ; : x ' "c
' ' Td authoTirt Rolwrf Henry to erect
aimllroir tlOrt'iny Crpck; irt Btmcombe
aoemy.- -,. f- r
V 2'j To exlnn'l the provisions cf. an act,
7'JHdia'tbe..year 1831, eutidiMh.ao act
tto,jiend ait act to cublil and n-irulato
' ; , $ WrnjuU road is tbfr eootit v of ll tywooJ,
tbe-TonneosL-e Rift-r., Uuiid, pns.d
i lathe oar lva.. - - . - : .
3Q Te iuthoriao the completi m of the
' ' "nnesset Rivor Rosil. h the comity f
acon,. tiS' i,; ; : v" .
w -it Toimid tKai. lajfl-fpjiif Jo the
V Ctetntv courta of I reAilL . ' : ) . 4
Teincqj-poraty the.Trnp Ildj RifUh
,x Jar n, in the county of Wilkr!.. -.'!' . ;
8 To iotbofiie the wmota! "of build
wig on the gubiic lartJs W -Uo town of
ttie CourU of Plead and O
0f flay wiwJ County. ' - "
87 Cwjcbmmg jhe vto.Wn of Rockfurd
Surfy county... 1- . '
-i'33TAjTwlul,,u4 9nimsaioncTi to build 4
britlM kcroM South Yadkin river. ,
: "3 Tu alter .t"ho tim ? tb Sheritf jo
Ttwkl.irscTtrc1neit witH. the'pkirt "-ol
Pkai ami Qiiarter Bessioei of tue county
of Wittea.V.V.: ig-?.
49 Ipwuntins lay dnyl on Rocky Wet,
joining Ann .and Montgomery 'cmmffea,
pawed in 1830, to cpeal ah act concern
ing'tho public 'fnndft in the 'county of Hay.
wood; ao far4 a retpccU baildmg on said
lamtt. " j: '
U Further to improtetho Iowa oJ Mor-
4 Directing the manner In whicn con-
tablet ahall hereafter be eWed in the
countiaaof Davidaon, Buncombe and Chat
1 luthnrwmK and inirtructinjriliTom-
mittce of Fitmnf to burn Treasury otea
io the ofiVo f tte Public Trejrt.r.
9 Expreiwie of Jhe feeling or tho leg
islature on the death of Charlea Carioll.
X Relating to the cTerka of Hay Wood
. 4 In fuvor of Ephraim Christopher.
... JJ ln-fevor of Daniel Graham,
6 In ftvor of Win. C. Butler and oth
, 7 In favor of William Ellison.
d In tavor f CUfia Balilwia.
0 Concerning th finid Ih1-Mining to the
aiateraofthe late Jame N. Frytho.
.10 In farorof the Public Treawrur.
11 Iiwtroctiiitf tho Public Trasurr to
settle conflicting claims with the Capo
FearlBank.: ' ' T
I4 Fn feVof of Abm'll Dnww..
"1 8 Tii tavor if Mary-Rlwardi and oth :
era. ' '' . " " '
J l 4 iqtitvor of Freifcrick and Elia Ljy-
, 15 I iv tavor ol Jwph oolch
H 1 In fuvor rfjoiialhni William.
tiS J)n.'lar...a thn atturhincnf of the Leg
f liiUre to foiwliiutioiL uf the . t ill ted
-19 lit favorrf F.litaboth Forliis.-
2 ft' lit favor of Fiulding Slulefi sheriff of
1 In fiiWitM" Alexander.-
fri In ftivor of James Grabatn. -8"
jrof ( rWr. -i
J4. Authfirizing it roquesting the Gov
$f o1irr 31c Ra, to be presented to each
of tbo Stall's and Territoriee,
"So.'Aothomntr repajra f in fcecreta
ry'a olbcond: Gmuatm IIuao.,;;,: ,
37 rrovitiuig lot tl.e, scie ol the rubDian
of the Old Capitol
S In lavor of Daniel llama.
39 Concerning the Government Home.
30 For the Treasurer Rod Attorney
HI For the Public Treasurer.
ti For the Adjutant General.
8S CoucerninM PuWtc Twurr.
93 In (HTorTf Robert Stinwm -34
In favor of Richard Rhrta,
7 In favor of Joseph Welch.
89 In ftor of laac T. Arerv Ac
39 In favor f IVvir ltnvr.
The Senate proceeded to take up the
ensmined bill to egtab'Ii the Bank of
North Carolina: which waa read the se
cond and third Hn',aaauJed eud paased,
and sent toithe I ram ok Commons for
tlieir coocurrerlce in the a'mendnients--
Aves o, iiif wMhiiaiy
tun Messrs. Allw.n, Boddiet Brif
tnift. Carter-Dishonib, D'lson ilarrim,
Ilmten,- Hoenn, Hoke, - iliHwtow, ,Karr,
filly' JUrtiu, -,l.vy, tM ctfil, tf orris,
ParliaiOt Parker, ?tcdmnn, Skinner, i oot
mort Tyson, Vaahook,"Wll(ru,J'?itJeir.
V Mrsstif. Askew, Bailey, W:r,
Faison, Gavin,- Hill, JIkius" Howell,
Huy, Lamb, Latham., Matthew, M-l
Moyeef U. Moye of P.-Normaii, Bay.
Svawell,' Speigltt, Spencer. liliauwMiJ
son.,;-," - .
. Mr. Srawell.
from the com nutoe l
hiu wae ssforrod tho i report
Gah's, E-o. Buromi'wioner, t j cullm t
old Journal,' Laws, dtc. .niiJc( a report
thereon, etfttihii that thr inject yt the re
fcronoe had bren antii j : I bj the pas-
saje nf a njsolution st the preat-iil session,
and that hoj, further legislation was peces
ga'ry uyufi tBeijn'j.'d. MCt:
rcdittC ,'"'4'. " & ' .' ' v.,
' Mr. A awelUrom the Committee on the
Ju!'e;a.rv,Jt0 wbopi was rffofH the res-
,t.,iA Liii TV -i , i .i 'i hi i r i, .
ut-iw mi uirectora o; ino txaiw,KanKr by
whicU' they have' Mctcd mtere.H of far
er cent, on hiS rcserVkd alock.'at'faiil
that it appear to th cominitteo tiitit the
Ba.ok have inaintod 'wpoir nothinif which
wai'notamhnrawl by the conseiit"of tlio
State, jOn'moiion' o! Mr. 'Vilaon, the
The following bills were read'a.id inHoi
iijjtely postponed t ,Tho engrossed bill 0
repeal part of aef art, pwed at the'' lust
session of the General , Assembly, chapter
?8,td. regu1ate retilere.of anlrjluous li
ouorf f and the engrossed bill lcr4Wnpt
trotn execution, r certain portion' of the
farming utensili and household ami kitchen
furniture of tho citizens of thi State.
The engrossed bill Id estnblwh the Bunk
of"Ntf'th Parolina was received fruin the
House of .Commons with sundry amend.
iocit, which were concurred in A yet
24, Noes 24. The Speaker voting io the
4a Messrs. Allison, Askew, Baifev J
Buddie. Brittain, Dislionab Dulwon, Har
rison, 110011, Mutoii, Lamb, Lil
ly, Massev, Montgomery of 11. Morris.
Mye of U. tMoyea.P PMrkecr SnaAelLJ
3might, Steduian, Tyomerj Wilder.
ivofs Metwrs. t owner, Faimm. Gavin.
Hall, Hawkins, ilintoii, flowed, Rxrr,
Latham, Martin, Mattiiews, Melvin, Mof
fit, Montgomery of 0. Norman, Parker,
Ray, Skinner, Spencer, Tysou, Yauliookj
Wellborn, William, Wilson. . .
The said bill was thereupon ordered to
On mUiob'of Mr. Hinton, it was re'sol
ved that the Public Treasurer be author
iaed to subscribe, for the uh of the State,
for as many share of the capital stock u(
the Bank of .North Carolina, chartered ut
the present soxxion, as all the money in
the 1'iimic 1 rpnurv, r ulijct to the or
der of the Tomirer, to whatvvcr fund the
same may belong, (not immediately needid
tor the public ns,) will pay loras soon a
tke aaid Cauk gos wWncratiour, W
A motion was made by Mr. Lamb to
recohsidor the vote taken on yesterday bn
tke rejefetiori of the engmswd bill o ex-
empt fpuu execution a certain portion of
tho hrming utotnils and houoh:JJ and
kitcbeu furniture of the citizens iifibis
.Statef which was ifecided jrr ttw itegntive.
uii iiKHion ot .nr. vvnson, u wa v
" Retolvtd, That ttiQ thanks ofthiS II u
odttO . to-- thTIIouorauJe VViHt Kn. J):
MiMoly, Spoaker thereof, for -the able and
! mpartiat jnaiuwcoa. which. -di.
charged &m duUes of the- Chair the' pre-
sent session. '
. The Speaker thereupon made bis c-
kmiwledjreinerfls to tho Senate, and ad
journed tho ameih dir.
HOUSE OF COMMON'S.
- TVerfvsffW, rrn. 9.
Mr, Sumner, frout the cp'miiiijV 1 uii the
Judiciary , to whom was referred the bill
to authorize the trial of titlus to real eatute
wheii the same shall come in question in
iotiti'HM partition, r.porltd the same
without amendment, and moved tlmt the
maid bill lie on the table until the SJ ,Mou
iiav o November next.
The following bills were read and
rejected 1 ibe wu 10 pro von t tue iuJ
mil of wnU of V "ti iu'lmenti
hiained belbre justices of the peace m the
fiat instance; and (lie engrossed bill to
amend an act, passed I lie present session,
to vest the right Meeting CViiaof the
County aid Superior Courts in the several
counties within this Stale in the free white
The following bills were severally read
and iudcfuutolv puatpooed: The bill to
compel sherili's and jailors to advertise io
ine oiaie uaacue un runaway ift- cu:n-
milted to their rettpoctive jaihi; the en
grossed bill more effectually t prevent
litication and to avoid suits at law," the
engrossed bill to amend an acU passed in
the year 1829, to provide for a division of
negroes and other chattel property netd to.
common and 4he bill to repeat in pan an
apf-nawd in 19'2.toamoil the taw with
respect w thaeoiTmrwxiPrl
o'tatos of deceased persons, end the law in
relation to the levying 01 execuuous issaea
W justices bT tl peaces ; " 4 .
llie resolution nerey)iorev suuiniucti 07
Mr." Polts:lepi ecating lhe TfSvrt to force
"itlieV bv,"lhe7 GCnanhGrrtrnreertt or
im1i CirnriTwcjwa vm .m:tion: of Mr.
Polk.Jai'd on tlie table Teaa73, N iy 22.
Th'v'l'"s, rej'fcted the nvitioti of Mr.
llmnul u reiMuidec thur.te seteetin
the oncrwd bill to reduce theialainee nf ' eon instructed. And that where no suoli
tlte.- Sopreuw ,GHirt. JulsVeas 3'J,tdpe.ncer,or1 lejnonaibility eiieta to en?
Avjfi..' " - . -:i force coinoliajice, it is an idleanduunro
The So!:rse(f b toestayHttflio Bank
of iN'orth Carolina was rrreiv from the
A ante with a anety .i arnf-niiaiot)ts ;
which wore agreed lo,Ad the snid UII was
returned to JheSenate' with two other
amendments. ? "
' The enjfrswed teielutioa di seeling the
Public Treasurer to stitcriba fir shin
In th'e Bank of Hirthtr.Jina,"wa read
aree times apa nrosrr j it pn mirming. vf-
Mr. H ot-n prestwd 'the followini ret
e a a . . .
want(w;;That tli Ihtrafti
'. lt,lJ1',us M pretienird to thHxakcr
thoffoffef the nWfldiSBifiod kw iirifr
ijai inanner WJiipii m jpnmvlea ovrrt its
n . ' i - ' I . ' . . i' .
nowljedbmcnts to the lious in an apnra-
pjinje . addrebs mil adjuurncd- tlte eaute
1V Virtue bf a DriVlIcpH.. mmrniA'ln
the ubdersijned in oiilrnojL.Uhjivery,.ia-J
uuvwuai member or this and every other
General Assembly" ol fins State, he jvill
take occasion "todochire his protost eg
anst a relutiou of this iCgislatUre, pas
sed tle 8rdof Jahuary,1833. Tho resolu
tion to" which" allusion is hud, is iu these
words". ' ' V t
,. RoBolved, That our S'nators in Con
gtesi bo instructed, and our Representa
tives be requested to u all coutiturional
meam in their power to procure a peacea
ble adjiitmenfof the exiting controversy
between the state of South Carolina and
the General Government, and to produce
a conciliation between the contending par
tiee.;:; Among the recorded votes taken upon
ed is io be found single" and alii'Tiir "op
;josiV' t it. Were hia name but fortuu
atory associated with thenamenf Iwt three
Of twr .individuals on the same side of the
question, he would readily forego the pri
vtlfe, of the Wiefittt -of which he is now
seeking to avail iiims4iU But standing an
it does -alone, and unsuitiiorted by t lie
luanvfl 1. of ftiiyotlier , piw ube r . of the. branch
oi the JLegisIoture, be leeb that a wmlsc ol
ju'tfiire to himself and of duty to thin body
require of hi ill to state the motives that in
iiucWJus vote, It is fearfd tlmt by Home
it nmy be thought that his vote on that re
solution was dictated bv a loolisti and ri
diculous ambition toevhihit the oppoar
ance of singularity. His vote on that oe
CHhion was directed bv a desirei to gratify
no Mch. childish prpenputy. A eourm of
laU4-uwy . Joiexcite lecluuid ood txuiM
ion oi nurprixe, he has never admired nor
iuht to cultivate.' He vote on that res-
Iulm proeerded Troth' principle,' and was
iouiided upon the- hijju considerations ot
duty iuij 'justice, '1 he underHincdhas
tlay.6ecji inthe bhitltifTf fiarding the
members "of ttie Legislature of this and
every other State as agents' of the people
fivrcertaiii fairpbses, while he looked uivih
theinenibt if Cpngrcss ar agenta of the
me people lor entirely diffijreiit and dis
MHi-nuNxweerrr iiiairueour aeuators in
tSmgress-are elected by "our L?islature ;
but their responsibility is directly to the
sovereign peoide of the Slle. That peo
pie have, for considerations of expediency,
transferred merely the right of eloctiou to
tW legiHlature the provinrt of determin
ing who thoiie Senators shall be, without
meaning or expecting that , tha direction oj'
iwir- responsiDiiiiy wnuiu db bi an cnau'
g'0. : r r it is betievMi uwi 00 proHxii-
tton Can bo more consonant to the suge
lions of commori sense,' and more plain to
the moat limited comprehension, than the
one which assorts that the responuibilitv
of every ajent if directly to the person or
p raoiu from whom he received his power
of attorney. Our Senators in Congress
have, f irthmr power of attorney, the Con
etittrtiua of be United, Stales. 'Thatcoo
suitatioa so far as the state of North Caro
lina i concerned , was railed intoeiistenre.
mi ified and confirmed by the people of the
Stats in convauliuo, and ul eHiJcquence,
our Seuators; as well as our R. preaenia
tivea in Corurress, owe their oltjriaJ exii
teuce, and derive their authority from the
people, and to them axe responsible for all
their conduct. Sq. that the member of
both' houses of Congress from thie State
are as much the aguts of the people, as
are the' memoers ,m iegiwarure,
tlhMJiih they ant their agents (or eiitiruly
separate anj distinct objects the former
being the agents of the people for general
and national objects the , latter being
their a geoU fur iocal and State perposes.
- Now the understood was unwillins;, by
givhiij his vote "in fa fori of (be resolution
one agent of certain persons should under
take to iiutntftJinoadviHe another agenl
of the same persons, wheu there is no sort
of connectiaa between the eiibjocts of their
agencies. ,. It js coustdcred that ta all ca
see the jigkreither t irmtruct or advise
should be regiilatod and deternriiied ly the
dopendonce aivf responsibility that subsist
between the- advisor and the person adyi
a themstructer and the per
fitaMe cUnsumprtofi at timft todlftath to
( aftempt to counsel of instruct. "Ttie whole
. aasiuae, ana -wn aa uue oemrence do u
id, proceeds from confounding thrf lwo
eepsrate and distinct characiera io which
we at thie time. appar-by confounding
out rigUu af iitural persons and as mejn
bere of tnf treat . body politio- with our
rigbu and privilegea as oOkial persons-
with our ri-hu and privileges as creatures
1 ii ios consul niion 01 vur narr, ana, vj vir-
tue o( such ereutiaa, mernbere of this L-
e ' 1 .
iiUiuja-' Wljag w baU out flnf-
infojo the Jigdi:Hiii' wo are but
crcaiurca of the coiitinti.waseiit- fU
iwrforming certain dufiiufo indmPcrfied
-olip'ota. ao4 we e anoot frightfully go beJ
cognise lio such ri"hl as that claimed by
m eaasaee'ofla resolution alluded to.
When we 1 are Out vof the LeeUlature,
liowever.we afe tbn a portion ot'the jv-
cimy,rTiiay "aan9itirw:, feqwre- hu
comnel our Kenresentatives unon any and
every ttbjeen Bui further thanlhis, ftla-
believed to be the duty of our Senators ami
lleprcsenfatives in Congress,- both by tlie
constitution under which they act and by
(heir oath to support the same, to attend
to such general concerns as are referred
o, and about which, wo are seeking to in
struct and ad vim- them. This, at all
events, is admitted by our undertaking 4o
all their attention to them, and to. en
force the necessity of speedy action upon
them. It 1 respectfully submitted, then,
r consideration, whether -the adoption, of
such a Resolution docs not gwm to autici-
mle a ooreliction, oh the part of the whole
four representation 111 Congress, of their
appropriate duties, and whethor it does
not u.anifust, a disposition in the Lejrisla
lure to piwiuu dauce a", vote of censure
np tbofte hteorell meu. - it these views
I tho mailer be correct, the uelicncy ol
the task, and its extra, judicial character,
must suggest itself to every one.
HI.XKl a. CiiAKK. -January
The engrossed resolutions requesting
lhe -statcxif South Carol inu to suxpend tlie-
twration of the ordiiuince of their conven
tion, were, on motion of Mr. Settle, laid
n the table until the 8d Monday in No
Mr. Townsend presented the following
Protest, which wa read and ordered to be
pread at larc on the Journal :
lhe undersigned, availing birwcll ofthe
priviiejio guaranteed to bun bv the 1 on-
stitution " of dissenting from and protesj-
ling agkiutitr.ny act or resolve: Which, ui
may tiimk iujuriou. to the public or au
iiKlividuul," resiectfully suhinits tl'i!,fol:
lowing as the views which governed him
in the yte he gave on the 4th resolution
reported by the joint select committee on
thq-outo .Carolina nocuments,j In o
doing he (it not state tho reasott&.wbich
have brought him to such coiiclusiouis. but
merely tb conclusions theraselvea..
In the first place, he believes that neith
er the General not .State Governments are
in the strict meaning ot the word sove
re.'g! ,.ere.'S0- being one who possesses
In the second place, be believes that the
States possessed every attribute of sove
reiguty bctorethe formation ofthe federal
c6mpact ; and that by the compact the
Malee respectively delegated soirio portion
ol their aoveieigtity to the General Gov
wroieoC . Thai .hu believes : whenever I
rmt'stroiVarttea1 whether by that compact
certain pnwvrs are deUsgated or not by the
Sta(es to the Uoveruuuml, (as there, i oo
umpire creaiea iy ine i. onstuutton or
compact itstilt to decide,) it clearly results
tluU each party to the compact must de
cide for itself. That if any other State,
in forming her opinion on any question
thus arising, should come to the conclu
ion, difPsnng from the conclusions of the
other members of the compact, it then be.
cornea a question of expediency with such
State whether site will submit to the opm
ion of the majority ef the State, or act
upon) her own. Ami that should a Slate
thua act upon her own opinion, as the un
dersizned believoa she has a right to do,
she by such action peaceably withdraws
Irom the compact, and ine .majority the
Mules would, hi such case, bave ao moral
right to eoerce her into submission.
lie repudiates the doctrine of INuilifk-a
ftcMi, believing that no one State can milli
fy a law of the Union, and still bo a mem
ber thereof. lie uopptsedto the exmlini;
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Tariff, boliering it to lie unconstitutional
and oppressive on tbo Southern 8tates
That notwithstanding the -State of South
Carolina may have actei precipitates
ly end unadvisedly, ye ber cause is
tha ritntM lhe xrhote-Hnitth wnrt the tit
dorai:ntcd could Dot -cunahrtentlv vote for
any. resolution which might act as a dam
per oo her exertions te freeUhe South
from the eyils of the protective systewk-
1 ue uudersigned does, lUerokire, tuost
soloinuly protest against . the aforesaid
resolution, as uncalled tor by.lUd etisttng
crisis, untimed and ungeneroos lowarls a
sister SuteT JOS. W, .TOWN SEND.
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t r: CONVENTION M EETIMO .
those meinucranj the uegisiaiurcef norta
Carolina friendly to a rctiliori ot tba Con
stitution ofthe State, wa bol at the Go
vernment House,' ia the city of Raleigh;
on the 4U at Jauuary, n-a. .
" Tba . meeting vu called to order by
Mr. Kerr, of Caswell, wue "nioyed that
General Thomas G. Polk, of Rowan, be
appoioted Chairmen, tod that Samuel F.
Pstutrsoa-and Williaaa J. Covin be. ap
pointed-Secretaries ; which mot ion belt igl
agreed to, thj tian opoy toiyfl w
"Ti- - -ir - 1. 1.1 1 r , e a.-;t-jM
cliatr, Wuciitate tbe Mytjf ot tlie iwutt-
i,vynen Mr. Uewa wihimttfd to uVot -i
sideratiaO of ' th nn-ettiig f.dloajuf
rnrtnintnn ka Cir it L., 1 .1... ..1;
. . . , . wm w uinnr WIIN ...
dbt- tbe iid-et'.- legwlajrve iitactpiexr rha
sMise: of the lieefben tif North' Crojiis':"'
upon tlie subject Xd a ievmibn of tbe cirti.
ttppouited to 4nto an address to the wn i r -Ve
pleofthis Statei explanatory of tbl oWecti'T'- 'i
Wt MM UlWUlUg,
A this nioetmg, f ihe ameii4einte:ug-;---
icsted by the joint select consmUUie ofth . f v ?
f1.. a'fi.i !' - . "
Legislature, qnd of the mode proposed by
that committee to render said aniendiganta"
a part of she coustituliAn." J, 'jkjr
Remdved further, Tliat it be, etftdT tfi 1 &
same is hereby recommeiSded to ihe.pher i
iftV, Inspectors, and othi'r officers holdlpj
the next election for mcmheni of rhe Geny '
eral Assembly, in the several countKie
t l. Ulal.. .1 L2 l! L I ,
uii? bww, mi ine uaie s oihi pieces o noia .
ing said elections,' .and mideMhe haunB -
rules and regulatior,'to rvccjvelue votei
of all free citizene of tlieir rtjpcctiv coua
ties, who are emit led 10 vote for qjonM
bera of the House of Commons, for an4
aguinat amending the eonstitutioni arid to
make a returo of the Volet so giveo iq
his couhty to the Governor. .
. BsoJyd jlurUcr;j-.bB!
the Governor', be requM' to communt
cato to the next General Assembly the res
turns' niode to him io pursuance o th.
foregiiihg resolution. " T , ."
Itcsolved further. That committee of
three persons, in each county in this tate -be
appointed by the Chair,, who, togethvr.
with such others .Jhey may .ajhocuite ...
Him tnci shall form aconuniftee-of cr
respondenee, whose duly it shall be to dis
tribute aniomi the eood people, ef their it.
spoctive craintieii the address cf the Cf'liT-
mittce apiMiilcd for that purpose, and such
other information as thev mav think 'in.
inch resolutions, after beimr read and
discused, were unanimously adopted;..; .'
Vv hereupon, in mirtmahce of the first
r"!M .vx-'wr v(.l cnuuiuce toivaif M
the address to the people of this Stato, te) r
wit: Richmond M. Pearson, RotHnIuaM.' ' 'l t
Sianndcrg,. Wnt llT Havwodd aid Thouia ' 2 :S
liewa: . v . f. . , . f , .
: And in pursuancc-of the last reaolutioeu
TO!?8 jertisrwerV altoiriVi ,tt ;. tiZ
oiiijuww uio v-ommmeef ot.vofiepoa
Aiion-Wm. Johnston, Alexander Ltul,
Joseph White.-- - ------ T. - t ,
iasnn weorge ixiwers, -IviCDaru uewiT,
..Alexander B. Mmm&"TJ::?X&3.
8cTOtort-vWmv hi. BhimrtfJoksSinllejii"!"
-"rj, Joseph B. Hint jn. ; ' ?
Borti Duvid Outlaw Stark Armistcd,'
Josiah Holley. . . ' - ,
Bladen John. Owen, W J-Cowaiv
Iswiar Wrijrht. -
Bruuswick Jolm Julius Cause, Harsdei
Campbell. Daniel B. Baker." t-r . .Ji.
Buneembe-Richa'rd E. Fiirtu'ne, Wm.7
IVeWts, Hctijamih Rtchardson.- - -
?arkeT,w TV Avery JobtT.Burgio,;
""Senf." William Dickson. '
Cabarrus Paul Barnnger, Jamee G.
i'lars, Daniel Coleman.
CamdouJotieph Doaier, Geo. Fefrebee,
tla wood a. tHu.
Carteret David 4Bordent Otway-Burns,
Thi nias Marshall. v
Caswell James Kerr, Dr. Willie Jqnea, .
Psul A. Ilsrnlsun. t
Chatham Isawh B urnet, Isaac Hearten, '
. DevtdiWatsua. .. "-.. !' S'"y'-..i'f xJ'i.'.iil
Chowan Joeeph B. inMrIC
Johnson, Richard T. BrOwnngg. ' V
Columbus Jbua, Wjlllamsoo, ; haa'
Powell. Luke R. Simmons. ' '. :
Cravpo William Gaston, John J. Taa.
teur, ThoiLuis WaUoa, Jaa. C Cole. -Cumberland-
John D. Toomer, Junwej
Hooper, Thomaa L, U hart, Louie D.
Henry. . J s
Currituck John B. Jones; Wilbuglib
D. Barnard, Benjamm T, Simmoiaa . k
Daviilson-J(lin A. Hoganf Witliard. R;
Holt, Jamee WienmaA.. ' y -
Duplin Milhaui.Wf ntbt, iuauimr.f
Jerciniab PcanU-L . -Edgecinnlsj
Jamer W. Clark, Dr.' BT '
. kin, Ji'sepn sv. ulovu. . , . , f
t raukUu-focf'O.'lftW'kmf, itcrr'Jvxtr158
RuflinrDr.WiUie Perry;. - rt
Gates John 'Mitcliell,
n ..... .
Granville Wilham n, Gilliam. M'lt -
. omiiu, .ames vooper , -
Greene Wjtti Meyc, Cbarlei Edward,1
WnVV. Poeighf." r,,.'"7V. T "
Guilford John M Morehead, Geo. C
IJali&x lr. Bond, Dr.. Reed, Jolt.
Crowr.H. . . .
(lay wood Rolss'rt Lovp, ffioian EdfrnoQ. ,
to4. Josepb-Catheyk- - -i-m-.j
Hertfif(1BridgrrL Montgomery, David ' "
1L Summer, John H'tdtes v;; -tw...;.-.
Ilyde Benja min SandereopTnomii Siif
fieion, v'uimm rHJlDV.. , ,
Johrutfoer-Juaiah 0, yV'atsoey John Mo.
Leod, David Thompsoa.
Jones Hardy BrJ:an, . William Hugginf
James B, Laroque. i
Iredell A beer FraiulinrVVilHam F. Cew - - -t-
en, John Young. ''v' . ' ' " r
Lentiir Willrartr DJvfoselr, laiao Creeqs ,
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