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Jr Jeriv, rep-rtw bun, with otln-r
n uiiiri.irW In to eend ' d-
et., .) tt'.hmgioi City,t jrevi ii ilia
4 Mr, Vrrplanrk's hill, which
y U eaWntt 4 to i"Jl ''
est., f n il win h'ln. Th-y lt that
lb y t-w o!ve h-ve t on, iMegste,
tnt di all niiwteri to do It
" A iitl 1 1 till Mr. IW.njbeinf olsnlcr
" i A, B-imiOrVlttMfV-lpS-'-
ltiifl ? ,! kuva 'h" nl
4i. tfit nit ars antirolv public here. Mr.
liaHinr 'atee ' I w"
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a ..F l nfrwrl 01 mil mnrr.
w ' . saw n i - - r
,luj iifjbm w worilj a fortuoeot
OnVddlar. tbr tr
f,r t. k-s wilting ta bring utter mm and
V- ilavvrypn lb tarmers of Ibe South, rath
' tr than vield any paH, of tlioir udawful
f,.,i., '-. '" ' ?"
Hioe thl ktfter Mlffil,
kn th letter nf the yw Jtrrf
"tf.tftidurtn, signed by 80 names, and
Wib4 lrtth Southrra Bnrir, with
H r1f f 3Ir. Dorinp, bl yi i -f
1h I im Inire1l in lh vwm i4
, - lmuipm.-i"jki -T- - " .
(f Itt2,frompriiiple.Md if !eiKt nu
r4Ctur withoU! IW.iW 'H ifnpnwii'Ki,
wn t!I'ig;j lo lacnfire til lb food
of my oumry, and vl If pwiU tonn
Dili happy emitiry.-rorny man tfm
mu Mtriiit ! Tbit M U ahouW b
ttit wiutha IroO rply,' n' if Ibry had
any Mihg HI it ouU rtt iVm to Iba
jr. '
.iyk. b4, wwiI4 ll aro rrun ttua,
, till lh Wat rjrr lr lim COTiiirj, miu
, tlia rntno tho !rlh or tba Booth f L
'ihi wiUa eiampK ad thf r will bo 00
- VCEi JiCKSO and mrV cia't.-
r Tla Wahin;tm Ctffrep)uJeu( of Iftfl
V"0) I"" i.nqturfr vt
WiinisoTOJf, Feb. 1JB, 1833.
K fMHtt from Cwmfii
yrt. Tbf n pprt i R oiuk-ui-
v lip in tfl wy. - Tba irwmbera Jjrr
m llie Wail. whib all OianifM or t
,4 , h..l irjurtry Ua1I ba areaentad. A m-
J art will probably b iua'b ooTwaduy,
ft ' ! 'inrllna Li the. ooinrno that no -tariff will
' 4a-thnrMrntiP"airi. ' Th lima rt to
" nf. I hnlf th opiuiooalw that tbr)
.y, jj, nrw tt ik4 t pwWu iwil-oUirtfa
. . ar to pfoafrra in wnm h it
If' . the poaTr-'"rfMll - U ba ' Enf.ciiwil
. -X' JWI, d t-wbip tba uullifiera low aub.
' ' iniMion. I war that Of rerl JKUm ua
- " Vt tba proper fowling upon thie aulipxt.
!TT ""T.IIa'wt-ttld h4 W-T nd prtt tbrwUoft
-T, 'f,rth45raufirttf' f biahafwl of Cal
"ftVMin; rnmer man auviw pw irnm tiw
f ,r M Clay Bill, M e.incad
.4Ktti ihAMwaza of that bill woulJ fufevbr
-' ' - -r, r-i-ii..i.- '
- .. Xxn me aiTiiion oi iuo twwji
" - V , 1 nw ia JlrXlay'a pfnaitioa recti rod
";r::::;rToyuur city rjiia town- m
.r,w. wt!n aa lb H'twiaoa,. hava beoo
' " .ml!i)biaHtcrby.Mhonaa, aotDaof
, them complaining aim uv"uim'h ' i
A " fhii "nobla atind fr tbJprwraiionof
' , . t! unW. otnjr nabated dnMrt-
tlonl-f ht character. - na u perwciiy cwn
fend V If "ioame, rind I m Wfed '1
. f 1id not taM tnu Mp wnrcn naa aou. aw
the eotmrry without doa delibortl ion.
'Xt,Tfbrtre weak" or malhlont fnntjgfi
" "' : " Miginatiai it political "Wrpiio; in
v - , Mr. Clay greit mjurtlc. Tbey d not
1 in ' the mn. I liwoed to blttt In pri-
4-i coAvcraation, few arenln aiw:,
" "fhrni'ire tbsit-t boaK? lie apoke with
ajramith'ol tb-rea f
Mi'tf fjrtner frionda adrerted to thatfate1
'" " cj (H iuntry to tha nd ta Uaa
:iiri . nj, itto UaVwrif ror waa inan nfora '
izzzzg. r ,4 -ij(1H,4ai:d' tofttliitoMsijpf
T'-4X ... 'to y undefttndirijt to ke mora erophat.
' f'f aily"' IftJl the fcptrt i left tbr T00
' with t)ia moat exalted notion of hia seniua,
"ind with the moat deeideJ coarictioa of
t . Hbinpatnotts."- -' ' : " 1 , 'v,k
'"' " - wriw kittmaVtiJbtodljF toacMth
r.rihith the) Mirt T needle. JAclaun
'Wnnte not tM twiff adoated yd, htxpm
U wiuM etnUKte tW Tiawne a war ana
rptiwancrrtttrli ' - oewraa.yej
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-.iTba hir imttiwni ritot ;J-Tiff
i X ilbMOnda ' tho fitnCfl.f,l'J
" . - country, rebatatff Ihert where they atood
. ' ' -t tba rloaa of the ar,with JEnjl"ndf and
femHoaia ibtruoUad atite. nflbe wtUtcri,
-' fn which alone l alone can" ft hh iue-
- arr.-ai eaern 4b laqtiirarf in an
i nmie fit t the prprt ot the pwMK
the RoconciUalKm Uffli r ;
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l'tAi'te from Got. Tylr
d'Ued an Sun
' Iay, taVf, Mt haw ureal "pleasure waay
In . II. it fr. Clay'a Tariff bill paeeed 4he
at..i I MrfHsinate :ita Pwm"e by vote of
the at .rtrt f ain that the eioate are auom
: 1 1 yaw jff, wvd the token of tn$ht tad
turm9 na 1(1 OUT COUOlnf.'.
"-We prwl.ne that the anticipated rote
it iwt Ver confidently, beliered, titat me inn
-will elw piw the House, protided it baoot
- defeated by fiiew, or, blown fitt by a
- M.l iitd. -i- We ahall aae every .jnanoerj.
" vre eihaoed t produce thi reault, by
.-'.' .:- ln hare clamoured Imideat ajsuoat
j tho'"bmninnlle"Terir-i YiNlhaPiea.
' iii I Veto fi'lVill tba Force B.H be prea.
j'V -rrt. whea U pfi"f e f I'f.
7 A- .v,7 II
ll'.M'um-fo," u'Ar
, fur '( t'. i'l' irr'.l
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( nntiiiiH'.ii
t i.f tli" a-l.fiioivtM
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llie tilerlimi of V(rtr, tliUf 0 i Sfwi
ii print r." Yrvfr-riiiy tb" Hi iuiiy i'lrt.
M)tiJ Grtrn. 'Iliureia twaKm ia t!ii'
raliip, anl 'oiV kii iwa ir. f dwa Ifit
iwm ti" Hifi Juiipo f hia party. !v
hiipartr. I mnnthie wlii irt.iiiae af
fair al vValnO''tn, Ifo it to I rant '..T,
ueqrl) a. riiramt.inx:',,, fxw in train,
ill iwrmitiVl wt 'notlnii ' nUmi
" "- " i '-trim ( y . . i
raa'i or lha wktrrfan a. I wi !l
the aoarre from wtmtve Jio liijjriibl
toaprheird.t l( a from tpukcttite
TJi day kflr Mmr. OuU$ ami Xra
tofCt dvrtt'irvJWtf f rpiifl'b"t brrr nr
asraph. in whirh, api akini id bi own M
oto,' he aayi, Tkt tnuin are veil
knon to m, wf, or ar frvpr Mmt, rt
lAill diirloH Vum full), 10 the tounlr.
WhAt d'i tbi remark menf H'bo ao
blind that he cannot pe rc'ive it contain! a
tdMi-aT Airainatf whom la the nienare
ointMlT Ortamlr tW antral the npooei
tion. " Any time would U proper, al lead
in the pinion of Mr. Blair to atatil them
ind U tell hia readcra, iiiat tfn.ae ntUQkif
irv a would hot indulge the rreid:Mta ptt
with ttve puwic print in;. ,
" Durinv tbe conU:t in tit IIouw, Mr,
Ufair apptiod to a Virjifiii nienihr-r for
but f ote. lie undertook to jitihal meoi
her en einla nation of bU own politirn
riewa and fcrlinra.' Iff uunVraland Iba
aipUnation fnrrrrtly, and ot thia I have
no d"ebt. it ia an amusing U!o. la dua
time I ahaU ria it in ezUnto.
" t- - --
When the (rrwral appropriation till
ramra vp,if it duea not enotam c'aaa to
(bat rfpt, ooe will be otTcred, aporpiia
tifljf fifteen yf I wvnTjrtRi u wiiTd..H ri to
rrm w part of the furniture o the Prea
denu kouerv ' In ' lb whirl catslorve of
wnr! than ugh estravaaoce.. tbort h
no oo item laal duwrvca i mm h, and
mh arvert n'preheniion, aa tbi-w eimr
aaima pan Ji luw faewtuee. - Will
any man, who haa ever been at the haan
of frnnily, MirTe that it run be IW
nrv f I put the qorslion to tbe yeoman
ry ofthe Country, whHhef they think thf
public treaaury ahould b calltxlupon year
rt tod every year, (or five or n ttouM(i
dollar to fit and rrrmir the furn,ur
the PrMident'a ham ? Wbethrr llM-rr- i
to he no aid 'H limitatiMi to th un
ceaniz drafti f r monev, lo pamiwr tin
eye with thee finttic rw.w.tnd,j.
cuimu . tu a. auua jiua., . wa.rt.'Uieuuu.tii
whole ralxiwt wnre bouera, to the great
mi'iyanre of aood . built, and at the ci
pcuae of the tai paying fitia a f The
ample ia pernieiou. Yet in tlieae " nj
pinf tinve" of economv thia ia done, and
Menqrtmie wade, mm rve'weeairirynr
the pMpriety of the ant. Hirw the year
IPOirno 1 ia" i aiiih TaTieMi eapendod,
aidilS-eent time. fr funMtnee.-(''r'he
Prcmdeuta bout. lbaa one hundred and
ftrventy th'ftiNand d'dlnra and yet mure
If wanted. Had more riU bo approj
ton ami o.
SOUND Vir.WS, ..h
-The f dlowinj deaervea to be anofand
ed. It rertatnly apraka tr(m't-rwn once
conaidcrcd to be true. I ho Iflnck vok-
idut -fiiitv" will detrr- it ----
T?. Nollifitioo.iwmof 3outltaVcT ofj
w -rfcrtey, mib m iucasmire, aaya
Not done tt nem wcemry to have n
Convention lo determine the power of co
ercion by the.Cetieral Oovernrnent, tnd
lite liable, of a State to jwt n UBctmati
lutionalact of ConiraH. Notuch power
of coercion can fairly eint, or hna thu
fir been attempted., ft haa not beon dele
fated ) nor la any mode or broceaa of co
ere ion pointed out. The ueueraT Gov
ernment doe iwt art uprn, or coerce
Stafea. v It taonot interfere with tba rUate
evernmanla."
No t OTftramenh-and hsaat ofall free
one i2ht ewtoefitploy a military force ;
irtbehallot an obnosHiu law, which ia
in ita nature and operationa, oppressive to
one portion or one aectton'of ibjt country,'
while it enriches another. Such a law ia
contrary to tbe ftrat fundamental principle
of the aocial compact, which ia that of
niml righta and eqd&l protection to all.
IIkm whoa cooacienoea will not allow - ot ,
a resort lo ytuxr MtTtcma, becauw
they are tod ntetaphvaieat . --
BSrasn iKCOM E AND TAXATION
A quoatinn ia olten aKkeo, w hat propor
imoTw man t'rfnr ta taken from htm
in ttiatiou I-JNow, ttie total 4iicotoa o tna
people of Great Britain may be estimated
on data which we hive not room to apeci
fV, i-.U),nOO,TjnOrf T)wt of lUnd w
mav IsHume at 50,000,000, making -in
IheWhole Cnited Kmed m 300.000,000.
Of thlaiuw mure than one t't xth Ja drawttl
direutlr hv Govemmont. -f But that ia not
liirw'dl;, "Thd locsl ttB anKiiwtloT
efy large Mhfi-Tlie-' poor rates in fine;.
fttndced
we have already explained', the higher and
richer classes are exempted ia t great mea
sure from contributing their proper . share
of the national taxation. 5 When tliest! dfl-
feint'cifcuanfe
it will hardly be disputed, that one' third
part of every mail's income,' in the middle
and lower classes of eocioty, is takj by
the ta collector. Every man who works
nine hours a day, w employed during three
of th" a hours ia enable him to pay Jiis
IBl rd us mucn pleasnro i annor 4
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liUi.v- - I 111" t-- if
ii, n ( iiii1iiiy 1 I)m i tlio ' . ' I..I
,i!,rrij'f ii a'r'4 lv I illl n r
i ban aji;i'WMl fr l!e orjnnin.n of tba
C-rmpnnyf and thecrtnon ' ii nt 'f ih
'irk durmj the prin7, te iy fn rriinMv
rJulnlod on. ' U'a Ik.jio to l aMe It
HW that fi pwUnhte amon t tf lro
portailoii of pro'lucn, iTw r luiniij, Vc
.rVf-rthi ria l, will le a fin t tt
uintritte thiil lliat' k in thi ('ffip-n
wiJl f M profitable) f not more ini-tdai'
tlia atock of any othvr Company in tM Va.
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, ,AriA t- rui,.
Si'
, Trm'tli Alt Cnirttt, 't
f iOH .Of R fORRK8pl).VDE'?ft.
Atr. Clay raw and,aHJreed the h'o
about I we bourn inau;portof the bill w
he iotruduevd." Mr. t Uy ipoke with
IIICQ
yreal
elmucnee end animation, aud m luttna
ed lo with the HMxt profmul uleore' and
anwarerinj itention. Tlia proviatona f
the hill appeared to take nearly ill the
Sonatora by aurprie, except Mr. Fumytb,
wlto promptly evpnMod hia diiroval
o it, and Mr. Wtanit, ..who c&kl lart
cooM-ot lo bee party to a ni fretdi:f
d'Uie power of Javin; iiterimimtitq du
In- on ioimrtt. thb-r membcri appear
ed to be at a loa aa lo what ci4r they
Wou!J eventually puraue.'. Mr.'ftwre
in reply to eomo obaurvutioiii of Mr. For
ytb, accused him of having' met fconoihe
turn bv aaicavm. Mr. Y. denied-thiit be bad
Mtd aoy thing earcastie or pervmally die.
re)iertful to the Senator fn.rn Kentirky.
Mr. Clay o. wilb niuch'dwoity and
aaid in a marked and improve' tnlnner,
M(l maltertd not wlieitier tbe remark ol the
(Vrmi'tr wae Weiidtti a t Arcaiiroriocf
lie (Mr. U ) BWrk.d . out 1 . W
aulf a course ofaiion in Uii alTtir, Crmn
which he would jul fijbr himxlfjvjx.
disturbed, lie had reeolved IhaJ while. en-(
gasad iu tJua work of peacn.nutbigg which
iuulit tie lbriwo mil in I be heal ifileUile,
ihi alluii hi to biin, krtwritr primal,
h("iitd provok :sn' l iiTiJ wannttT of rt.
ply." ,
When Mr. (Vh .no r- to !, ilier
whs a percepti'.il" lu- vi-m ni oI'hi'' r.ii in
the whole nu-li 'iii '1- Ah.it in (he Ffi 'icii
cbaniljer wmld t.' a'i.-.t . . I .;ii riei
tioH," Will' . Ill- i- , i',l I I 'ill r.'. i, Kl.it,
hy sin I inn " i'i-'h' r.- ( v.-. ,ih in
the bill wiii' ? im i .:.'.'.'- i "i
md that nit ',: ' "i-.i- , .t'.-r to
which he iib. i, .-I-.1 p' 'S'-m
nouilMi( MiMjr juIertacjri wau-At wuntd ka
eitM krrt r. . w'uhmm
inel toytbrrin '. ' i' ,-' u.
primte''" tbe -r-'rti. r' .r-T-t.- f
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- wd,
nf ao
on-nee mill I H"t ,'"
but broke out III!''
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MCTilODIST- r.ErR 11 roVFER-
: Trw Annual Ooii!er4c'-e.ie
r in li ill
MetlWd,,..;
littt Epiwop.il Choreli, tjinmeiiri'il in ihi
Twa on' W Hiir-r.v fa, mrf " m cool in
(us. We Ii am I'ai th re are iipwiirjaof,
itna - liniiJi-iid ,Jtoi(eM nt ine vanou1
grttden in dllendaiii e, comprising individ
uali in almost erery period of bio, from
hear dl as vnuth toTcncrably age." " X)1
Sundky, the Prca-lier of tliis demimina
lion occupied Iba pnlpitf-the Episropaj,
PrrRhvterinri, Bipiivt and Methodm Eii
(ffpAl i humtios, and ad'lrpweri very no-1
tion of (lie conference;. o "lull endeavor
to obtain publication, a lilt of the up
ixiii(iuit1 all the d'tTrnt atalioqa ro
Virginia ajid North (Carolina for the en
suing year. . .
rrtertbyrg Jmtt,
V fonv from the BJlo Tfmn$mpt. the
subjoined account of tba melancholy
death hflwe4wrs, whohtlngthemaclvea
becntm , .there wwe obatactes -to thtnr '
m&rriiag ll ...H..;Us.Qrsr iustarce.jif.
double juici'le tlia we recollect to have
f hoard of in the United Siafcsj thnufh
" l . t I . 1 . J . L .1 -
sucn inmgaoava uccurrcu inuiaercouu
trie
v - t - ' Btct Feb. 1 S.
' Veaterday morning about o'clock ion
after the tad opened the tireof Meesra. Ba.
muel Bradlee di'aon, No. 142,' Waautngtoo
iireet. he f mod ih the', first chamber, the
and Ma Mary uradieer aged aliout It,
sospenxied by -ilk handkorchief ;from a
rope Which formerly eupirteja scale
beam. Tiie VHlie were cold, their hand
cUspvd, their Ia4e"a'nd lipslo contact.
Th'eyihnd 3!Jjik$ bvf-Hioo
upon two ;hoi)ers,jh jiker upon, a boy
plqeed in a ehnie.-'- r- v w
L Mr. Crtor ind Urn Brndlee- were en.
gged to b nrarried to each nther;.vHh
the approbatmn and cowwuMt) tiifturswr-
at parents. : During the auiui of ,
Vlr.lw who hadioni keiit tho oirT,i4r.
Bradlee, went tir N! O Hoanay to d- hwi
oes there, and r. 8. Mymg lnafiivfor
tun to ii 'ikU wii hi-'iiniMpwft.f
"wrote t'tIr. .Cartei tw tWwrw m l
law, that it hie pronnect were not tory
96iat'hiir'tuld krtahitvw tgw mara trfj
Boston, and aust U.irn in ma buiine.-
.flr. O. returned last autuuto, dd entered
tbe store of Mr. B. accordmily. , aturwg
the nreeent wiutor. Mr. Bradlee trmpoeod
to self bttt K5s stock: TSmMui 'no
doBiiito arrangeincnt was Concluded be
tween Hiftm- -owing, ie ineir ihh precisely
agreeing upon the, terms, althtmgh no un
kind words or .fooling, rted Jrony the
traoctionv . . -: . ''
Mr. Cartec remarked to r. Brtnee a.
bout this tim, that if he did not purchase
me-Hi.fkbe niiould be married and go t
H iw 'Wrl.' ' na 4 cotsmen- Jiiwitiesa. Mr.
3r J 9 (mt'-f ictlJii'dfnugstt,
m , I I ; f
fu'lii r '
J iiny
, ,t IiSHIiJ lilt ll4U,''l
I. f t
rrn,i) f..r I
!:'iv f lim.t-.
, i h un', ami in ao
ii.j ii,(rrrutirn U
i:vi-t forlii
t ti.nl rh otlwr
ri e-iird. Al tbia tioie, a
Io Mi
Ilrml!'' etpreed to tbe f.lher of Mr.
t'a'l'-r, that tfi-y pfi.w dopi"S married,
and cm to .New CM no, k"n the Lit
r't iprewr 1 bit diipioUliofi of dornj
aOaoiil hiai) aboulJ be elbblHvl ia
burie tliere.'
'.Tbe ( lime they were aeed toother
prvi'iia lo tbe diacuvnry of ibei'r Iridic,
wa when c roto; Suminer etroet ajijiar
enlly totrtend Trtiuty Church where the
fnmilv of Mr. t nttuiidcd public worahip.
?fditi!i'rfii'fiiioii3i 'fert on aef .mot W
tbi alHrnre froip. Mch .ttff r'e horne, aa
J im P. not unfW-qunotfy vlaited and noma
in. ileni at the' hHJeof Mr. Certera
fiifher. aod it waa tboolit Mr. C mihl
fhav'r'enaliiel"kt Xt. B.J hodinj.'-Mr.
Carter eteppod into the anothecary ehim
of Mr. ?iuilh. two door from Mr. Brad.
kVa hop about 0 o'clock orj gimday even
ine, but remained there but t few min
utea.
Four IcUera were left by tUm ; two in
Miaa B' drtning' roo n, one of which wa
nrlllvo by herwlf; and two-were in tbe
room where their bouSe were f wod
TV) letter were eubmitted to the cor.
oner a jury t but contained . not oing w men
Ciuld throw any light upon tbe tnuiMc-
tion, eirept that (lie act waa voluntarily
with both, and deliberately resolved upon.
Tbey did not, (aa toJeed the rae coulJ
not justify tloir ao doing) convey the
slihti-ft reproach to their parents; but
bade ihem adieu, in term like those of af-
fi clioniie raiblren upoo their death-bed.
Mm Bradlea was oft mild, dutiful and
aAVlioflate distfonilion, nor. ao lar a we
can learn, of a romantic turn ol mind.-x
Mr. Carter was of pleasant disposition,
h"n-nd hoTwrtMe In hi deannt; but
tDjmpiyluU JXmirkaLleXjc ecceutrtclty ia
hia manners and conversation. Their par
auts ae arrtooe our bott and Dt'.wt esteem,
ed citianns, and the cotxternution which
the atranga calamity which haa beCUlen
them etcitiid in this community waa great
in I bo extreme. Mwt of the foreooon, t
grtrr crowd waa aasemhted In fronnf the
More where tbe coroner' inqm st wa bokL
Mr. Bradlee lias been singularly aflt e.
ted within a Ctw yeara pmt. Two sum
mera aince, whTlst hia aon k floe boy nf J
year old wa taking an eicursion with hi
mother in the country, the tire' the wheel
b-int a he wa looking out of the stnjje
coach nhdow. 'truck him on the head and
rnniwd hia death in a few hour. Daring
the laal summer, when Mr. B. wa but
JwtA - ieeovwmg from a - long and eeww
i
i iilocaa,.ii wa Callad upoo to part-wiU bis
'"on, aiiJ partner irl buiine-.
CONGRESS.
IX SENATE,
'Iftviiti.Fob. 35. 'mi.
r 'Tlie hour oTli havihg'arrifed, the' bill
Id modify toe ret ot ty.tLti,.l3JA and
lall - nlKnr rtnties on imnnlii rait a
Ulliw lv ,
On the queition of the final paimgr) of ;
the bill, Uu-Y OWH Til ked fWf-iw
Yea end Nave, which were ordered. "
: Mr. WEBSTER Ihen roae, and in a,
peoch of more tlian two hour opposed it
pasnsi. . .. . .. .. .
Mr, CLAT roHnod at length, and wirlTllV: v t
follows by MrMITH-n.ntirw.r
' : ill n ..ii t fhA Knal til l.wiivfr- ,n tmtm ..I
cck, when a motion. for a recess till six,
preYaikdi
' At 8 6Vlock7the'aiVg1iTo asscnv
bled, and Mr. Bell addressed tbe Chair
Cf (u,,;iine, io" I.Vor of the. Ji!L ile
wa followed by Mr. UK KtlLSON in op.
piaiition to it, who concluded by moving
that the bill be recommitted to the Select
Committee, with certain infractions.
Mr. SPRACIJC next addmaod thd
Senate, and' gave the reasona why he
hould fote in Givor of the bill, thoush he
folt stroniorijections to tr(!iny ol its provis
ions. He disavowed t'he idea ef plediin
dher himself, his cooatiluents, or hi site
ceswrs eOhesubjocti embraced i the
bill, vt ' ' . -
Mr. U0LME3 next took the floor on
the same aide of the question, and altera
speeclf of about fifteen minutes, wu sue
ceeded hv : .
k 1 Mr. piOKERSOVr-who again explauv
ed bis views in opposition to tbe pat.re ol
the bill. He continued his argument for
alHrthaITanTiour' r when V " '
.ir Mr. CLAY aroe and stated thnt inas
much as it was represented that tbe House
of Repreiienlatilrat hsd just, flow paad
bill, aimildr, if not identical, in ita proyis.
ionso the one before, the Senate, and it
waa bolkfed if wtWd, -to-morrowi bnpre
aeoted to tn 8ww(e to sanction : it Would
obviala the jraaaanaJr longer ftmttrmr
ance 14 a laoortou day session of this
body, and also supercede the Object ions of
some oenaiors wno oearfed the Senate
wns not the proper place for thd' nrijrin ol
tbi bilL He therefore moved the Senate
r The motion was carried, and the Senate
tFuraed.ulUit.iVvrMw.4wnm al 11
cracK. t "
' w - Tufirhy, Feb. 88-
Tire Senate then took dp Ihe bill from
the Uoues of preseatati vas, " to modify
the act of 1 93-4, and all other acta imposing
duties on imports. i' -" -
. There being no objection made, it re
ceived its first and second reading.' "
' JLJ. ' - Xteinrtivy, Feb. 37.
: ,tiiE tariff ' r;
:"Tae bill freni the llous oi Sepreaeota
Uvea, " to tnudily tbe act of 183, and all
pth;actjk imposing duties. of imports
was resd second ,ibw!4 -K 1
Mr. Cbiy tafrdJtlut i (n the present
JwtfibiJ sejwrni, he- tvdievBi iwaifv- Ht-
a I,
ubirh Meio-d I i li mi uvorubly nrr"pto
ll,n K.-mite. nnd be aoiiisid ' that it
mil I be pnMir tbtt it !i"jld bato K
i.,. I r Im I III nvf ro.
Mr. tlroiwly atked ltbar the fW-nt'r
from Koiitii kr i Mr, ( lay) had examine
the M, end found it the m,,iii all its
lsrl, a tbe one heretofore It fure tne Son
sie. - ",--- -----
Mri fliy replied that he had examinod
it. and roun! it essr ntiuliy I lie sanifl
With tin Sir. (irundy fcud be wa aa
tlaLL V . .
Mr. Dickeraon then rose, hd nuj fht
kowuver nnpnaint might be the. situation
ul Which he placed mnie pit kit it urn
He did not Udicva it could cml-n'-' r it
passage, and if appetd to him to be to
eswintial 'a to domaad attetition. It wa
a provision, that the rule hy which the
mown tion of duftea-thsH r urn, ahaU
be H the Annual Report of the Sui of
Commerce and. JSavitrHtiod for thelari
er.M Jfe read a letter which he wid
waa from hichly respectabWi couimrr
ciaj cornwvindant of New York, which ei
. '. ! .. e, . .i
pretard not only toe same loeaa oui uw
identical word which tie had himself
made use of on a former occaswvwheo
speaking upon tbi subject, lie wa aware
that it would be objected that. Ibi amewl-
ment could be passed at an early day in
the nei( Pension of Cong res but be wa
unwilling Id trust tu aucb precanoua ex
pectatioo.
Mr, Clay aaid it wa With extremn re
gret that be roae to ojipose the amondiocnl
ortitred by hi friend from New Jersey,
lie would be gratified if he could ane ine
nnesibilitV of incorporating aoy emend
meut with the bill at tbe prew-ut HoatNon
ef Conrei without ftvlangenng its passage-
lie did not, however, believe the
amendment of the Senator al aU essential
w Unroltiect lrrtpndd.""rt le urged the na
ItesMty ximmediaUi ar.li uiwailmhill
both from tbe shortness of tpa-time left of
the Scsaiu nd the multiplicUv -of auii
neaa bors the other brunch U the Legia.
at ore. .He buuered Lite oLioction to lb
bill to bo f Minded ia mistake i and ir th-
9ocretarv,(a he believed he could,) would
take trp tbe act' In the spirit in wiich If
wu framed, no difficulty could anse al
no amendment would be nc4ry. He
said he should ask for the aye and noee.
Mr. Webster. ' Alth-ingh he believed
this, and several other amendment were
desirable, expressed a wish thai hia friend
from New Jersey Mr. Dicker. would
withdraw it. .
Mr. Smith eaid he did not rise to pak
on the amendment, but he rave notice that
i be should to Wrnrroir more to lay His Mil
upon, the Uhle.cnid.tkaf !.; TUU
hould have passed the other branch of
ionjrc.
Mr. Dickeraon gtve the reasons why he
deemed it his duty Id persist in Jiivmg tbe
question taken oo his ameuduvnV.
Mr. Clayton mad a few observation;
and the question was then taken ind the
amendment rejected without a diviiuo.
-Friday, Marck I."
, v V- t THETARIFr. -" ?
The bill to modify the act of July 1 832,
and all other acts imposing duties on .im-J
ports, wa takeaupfr.its hir j readiru
The ayes and nay having, heen ordered
on the motion of Mr. Dickerwm,
Mr. Rubbins gave his objection to the
bill.
dressed tbe Senate at length in favor of
the bm. "", . .
",. Mr;;SmU.jbeffgta of Senators to take
tlit question, and not consume the tittle
time remaining; t the Senate fir the tran
saction of the mass of important business
befW'it.5L-i:-i:''r -.;.-.-,,. --1;v.-y-.:::
" Mr. Dallas spoke some time in pppoat.
tion to the bill.- He was followed by
Messrs. Ewing, Mangdn) and Clefton. on
(ho other side of Ihe question. .,. t
Mr., Webster, racapituiatad the obec-
tion he entertained towards the bill. Jlp
wa followed by-Messrs. Freliojhuysen,
SiUbee,Clavtoo,F rsyth,Sprauet Holmes,
riibh, Wrifht.Clay and em'ith.":'
Jir., rtgtit raaue- an expianatton, n
reference to some remarks which lull from
Mr.ay-.- -
After a ahort reimndorfrpm the latter
Senator, the question waa;takeq on the
final pasigo;r the bill, and decided in
the alErmative, ... .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATh'ES;
MrZWlCttUFFiEri
tlixue take up the special order of (he dav
. . . . . I
the Tarifl bill, upon whicjj detaaadjsil.
me yea auu naya wnicn were ordered. ,
The motion waa carried, avea'ilO.
Mr. LETCHEtt,MTiTved lot strike out
the whole of the bill before ili lIouse,nd
substitute the bill bow before the Sonata
in its stead. . . .- .... , '. ..-. .
: The CllAIR said thiscoald only be done !
by unaniiTusrs consent.' n; - '
Mr. DICKSON objected. f-
Mr LETCH BR then moved to recora
mil the bill to the Committee if the whole
0h in-fUtKli(m.ldJp.rt UiSeite -btU
instead of the present bill. ' I - J4 . i .
Mr, J. DATIS called for the ye,aa and
my uporrthis motion, vrhtch 'were of
dcred. -
The rnotion was carried, ayes Mt 00es
Sir W1CKL1FFE, then "moved the
House gp rfito Xmmmee of the Whole
upon the TaruTbill, which was agreed to.
Mr. WtCKUFFEit, the Chair, "f
' Mr. LETCHER moved that the iostruc
(ions to the Committee bo executed and
ihe Committee rie which was carried,
end the amendment reported aCcordi i-jrly,
. It wwlicmgpaa6oYl.K:kriDBAtl
BORN .jmoved an .:tdjounim'!(it t wliich
yn I d.' t i : l-yj''- -v -"
Otft'jr! qifNivtrt;; " r ' V""wi tHo
.(tii inl tili'i, Ir.-.-vrr, I" pret
'I r ill' d f it ti n su a ..! 7 . .
-j - I . fc , I
were 10 J r-'l.
!...
Mr. J. PAVIiJtbei. ,.vtj a r,;j
H'jm, ou won n ii a.krd .lt .
nnv. w h i h ki re ofdrrt d..
" a.4
The call w as nrntitrd J y
The qUstioU was agq stutmj
rorrvva 'he anna bo ul of (.m
. Mr. J. 'DAVIS . "td ths irrroii
at h ngtb. , " t ,
Mh LlTFCIltt eupjiortcd thea
nienf. . ,' , '
The di lmte wa tooliiiilird by
II. EVERETf ami DU KSuN. t
latter gentleman oi"d tha (tjiiiOB
on which ho doinamieu-iue yes ami a,.,
wbiek wm ArnYred" '
Mr. TAYLOR mored th's II .
jonm which waa lo . -
r.The sttwlituit propiwed br''LCf
CliEl was concurred in, and ibeUiu
lug the same avlu'cb liM been ordered u
engrossed in Uw BuoatoJ waa ordefei tt
no engrowwa ana reea a uru tiinsi
103 pays 7!i
'- - Tft Feb, n.1
T engrtsaed biU to ajuthfy lU
'd 1 4th July 1 8.ist, aud all oilier an-1-
poaing dutica on import was read ( ji
time. Upon the ouesiloa of paifit. a!
h.n being propoarwfed ly lb duff,
Mr. Jlu rtingtoo moved .a call It JL
II hum which was carried. 201 aw..'"
answered to tlim'r name. , i
fJn ntotioa of Mr. Ward the call wu rk
suspended,, ' , !j m
Mr. Barge's owds an earnest tpptj
gainat ihe bill,' and commented ltk
seventy upon the motives of tba fAj
Mr. ChyJ Jho had orinallr IntnAeJ
the mumrm Uto tU other f louis. - ---'
Mr. Jonifl.-r vindicated. tbe court f N
CI" u-i.. -f-.
Mr. f inter laid he ha t proposed ia
ont i part oflhe oin,aY,.1 "WiliiiraViilJr
intention of voting agiimt it if the w
failedbut ipon furtiier - examuoii -
though not perfectly satisfied with aw ;
tie tmpims, ie bad concluded to. giva
hia support, , .
..i!Lryroy expresaod hiasiawtai
in opposition to the bill In. lamented 'w ,
entire detruclion of tho protective pfy 't
contemplated by it undt-r which the etMotrv '
had beonoproperou fjicl be udk4 '
beesi murderoil by itf l .o'wn lather. Ts"
industry oflhe countr wa hereafter la
ocondarv to the pnuper systiin. o Eiuw
land, and the slsve system of daitk Can
hna. ' . ,
Mr. Dmiel went into an el ihorata is.
fence of Mr CUy.kUiwooowiasl,
ie 8avi.iur'of the Union. .
'.-After "t'rtefl-nd sarcastic wnir 1"
Mr. Burgo. .--:--
.Mr. Sa'tberland xippased tlie-biO J.
length when ;
Mr. Carson moved the previous auti
hoe, which was not stMsiod. - .- iv; '
r Wf-lrPaGe' euuiKirte-d .'.ilisZ 'liH Id a
brief sjieech, and Mr Pendleton opeii
it - When ' -- - - '-. f 'T
M r..MdDuOU idt the bill did aVffaba ,
all Ihe'conce-jion wliich the Sth sua
justice entitled 1 1 ; but believing it a mid
gtve fjutet to ihe.;countnr,ha"ktijfsd
m .a - ...... w . i-
!
:;,Mr..IC jBitcs stated tho roujti 1
d
l. ! ... i l i --, - "
Mfi jL'lhe'M moved the jrcrioui9j.
turn, whicfc was seconded i avc a
K?iPc k0?! JemanJed the yeas IjV..
nays upon the previous quoitioa, -wt-V
wrr orderadj ami waa cafhaJ C -'KPtr.
noca Hi
Tbq quostion. Shall thU bill Mil I w'j
(Hon sfated aud carrTud in. tIidaiSrjftiin'
r mr. clay'3 tariff Bint f
We furnish Ihe 'follow W 'Tfi i
Votos, arrauared according to the Su: a
represented, wbieh showi that'tbi".5-uir.
and South Western dulsgaSdus, u f
neiiriv unanimiius m us ivnr i . .
THS SEHAEE.tr V j-
'usicwa. Nos AYer,i!
bee.. " " ' ;- . v ....7'..":-;
r crmonJL - Nosa Seytaoar, Pronti '
'Cowrtifut. ArW--F.ntTijalu
yew ftrk. AffK-tWrinht, " "
, r Sii t 4jey. ;t . $ '
A orsry- A FriiiiaW' '
- ri . r . - . ' a ... i
Delaware.
A Clayton, "Nauilaitf
Hirylani.
s4x$-CJuI)r,, y.f -J
jNor,Siitlu " ?
Tirgiiua. ArxnTylor, Rirri, .
iinyiin
CorT. Ar Fars t,i. j ,
.?T:-i -.i AasEirrrrroup. . ' t
AWam.v Afesr-K'O. Maor.. t;
,4, Afi isiMimn.-Am Black,-; iW '
MLcntuekj.
f. - Att-Clay. Bibfv
e. ' Aw Grundy,. W iwtav"
Ltt-.Ewiuii---
Tenmure. Aveatirundv. Mill
Noiir-UUnleS, i ;1 " i
Louitiam. t Ayb Waggaman,
t. t- 1 i I,ih'
iidiana. Noes Tipton, llendnc
, illihoit. Ate Ribiirson., . -
"s- ..AuB,rVKaad 'ii
; Jfirroiirl." Nojbs Benton, Bucki
aMBawassBBSBxrrvwwpBSBBiBaww
Avea'a Noes J 6 Absent SloUd''
;.. s r .'
HOUSE OF ttEPRESENTvllVT
- -Maiite, ATES7Anderson,' James B18
-Mcttdyre, llolland, Kavaiiah, Jarf
NocsEvans.'''-' "fVt. ' "V
XNew-Hampthire. Arei Bff .f?
Hurpor,' JluhbardWeeka , ,' ,
v J'oBt--f -Imndler; J
Aye$ilnnai, :'' j' v.
tfyoteejjKi to. iujrtkU4
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