t- . I i it lul Jti u. I I I . ' . Ii .'. I.'.i,
ij ij I'.na I.j,-jh-uU t.,it li.q Ipmj (,.
Uu-lcr I lit 4 (!- SOlll'y
4 .!y ,!,(.( f ,Nir 4;,, C Uj,,U Wt
i " ii. J. In luM be nfird.
trt Iti wyt b iffote j,"
Tin ti i bo very rjjiWt which im,
I!'-J Lord Nartbaud lut aJmuiMtrsti.Mi
l tlial luaJ fifMf win b f Mtt rp .
fed u frura ih Umiak crown, Under
fftiin'ur ipJiitry,HlHal Hiioo moat be
iu-cn-J," ww Aay Qfewwcre b.,
Laeo perpetrated I end bow many martyr
lv bta tied (a tbi t.,k f VVbit, V.
tug wn gw tTclion an yoj pre
rd lo u'c a,Uw, wiliv-jt eoowJer-
4 1 U.I
mg wuetner m bv jot or u.jut, corwnt
iMy ww. u t acknowledged (hat it i not
, it"''! I:hocarnatbiootvy,wrindii(
h frm th earth with tha tt of hi brow,
Ita a jut till la it f"" the Mirer.
, ft bo baa rigM to touch it wi bit
lMiarm, except hi yowniment, and it on.
ly to CU titeut of its legitimate want to
fck m4 i Wryr ed fo ffopawe y
his bill to Miirc robbery Vy murder.
Tea, to thi reeult yoe wmt come, by thu
of enforcing tit law without regard to
Tie fact whether tbela be biet or gnjuet,
- OsaalitUteMial or vuonowitulHiuaj.
. 'if la 0TtVf 0.J
; TO THE FiUXMES
. -; - or ) t
-7.TfI CON'iRKASIOXAl 013
TRICT OF N. C.
Afifturrot Cm, Mtrtk 19, 1WJ.
JWow CmiiMi .
Tha Sid Cuagrewj baa )u4 eUsrsf,
find With it bt terminated jb highand
Vponib!e truat which yo ba"a twice
mfU4 to e Permit e hro to e-
t' rree (ho dsep attiaa of eralitude which f
el Cut lb&itenog'ipni bfycuir
Mutitmm and ifilonce UOM lato SW-
life at t period perulwr lUoreet tu
V,u. in common with too wivo w ia
.tHorn Htatre. my f roat aud ooljr am
"mrn baebeew to diacbareo the kijjb tnut.
i mjur. brat eakaiated to eecure and
rr wrfpnw -yoor itomeUtUiuoal xihui
' J)unne the ' Jitieal aiiUttoa if the lent
m' .t jwut bao en ealW to tbde.
ittfof aiMetiaaauf tho highoal macui
ti lt to yew. To eay thai I ae o.o mi
'A ,-fU arui inJeoratlt'OllYi 1 feel to be
t Itn kt tha weiehtf reaponaibiliiyrum a nal
' ..t Awa winch 1 aJwava . ia , mv
"'- '. wii iodinent anl epenea and tearful
.-.X-: . lUt, o mature of euch eital importance to
T .Jhi.oaotryJ iM do wnmg. uut
, hat-Ter errura i may haw eomnuited, I
t v .' &ws never OMtghl lo wonoeal thorn Cw
! i -aruMiaof the pwrity f my BMirea, I bam
; tt all (Tm-Siraftd upon otaawoa, frank-
fveulnMtted toyow the reaaona ay which
Iwla'Bbtaml.cEariy' twiHl lo bw-h
t tpoi.;lpaoplo U thf fnuma.a of all ao.
. .-.'--.y ISuCUpaawril Aao.ooie niw in
, J" 4-jjOTailai JiitfV their ageota and rtpre.
L r"y V Mna, to render to them a bitbrul a.
,-.?,-wM7 biuut of their Je?a,rdehiB. ,l"04,"eB'l''tf'
' "Z c nVl daiy, aot (eaa krie
. 7"ii",.t? me thaa impuHaiJi lTyar, lh ek-
r . . rt nrthe preeent ffn twin icatw
lThe BetanCW In U trea-nrr
nn th i i tt Jaiiuarv, toa.
"tbe rtiptf tnto the intmrf'-' T 5 -
; : during Jnoywar IM'J, wro x -
ftom cuatoma or
dtitioa oa Inv
Troa. the aale of , -
J"-:dn bank et.iea7-4W.Wr2?
d iWkHU.jwiiiw ers : . , ,
'roceipla, 133,630 , .
ctlinijiafintf lit ( Ihi trmtmtA ifd b (i
rmj rtffiit jrr. llntw !v
rimnlt-rrd (hi uUiiUkIi'IKIiI i-( Uii J-ih-Ue
Ji U at a bng'it era in the kt(ry of
thie rioilry, he wiim-wl wiin pro
liar (iVaeure the firntnra ami -aJ with
whtrb the prrm'M a4mtatalr(iin ha ap
jilicd all the rewwrnee f the cwi nry will.
i ill power to the arcvinptial.tut-iit pf that
iroatohjuct. ll thueo who C'tutidcf
national flVbt a Mtimtal blfaatn nirn
over the Irent. Lrt the wlii have bad
a direct intrrt in preteniinj ila tvmg
uiabmeal deptora II J but H who have
looked to it aa the period wlcn we were to
be rwlMVtii-wwwpireawv taiatMW .
eider M aa it ought to be eNMilnred,
proud day ff lb Amnricaa ptyjH when
to all thoa tmnorable cbaraclt-natice which
bare rendered llnr career eo mriral4fl
aomng aatinna, tbey abaU add the rare
happinoM ofbfinjr a nnii'm wilhowt debt."
" XTpTa"peyn1iirib Mtnf3eW,
tho Urge amouwf of rereoui beralofore ap
plied to that objort will no bmger be waif
tod, aod the thiee heretofore iinpueed up
on the people for that purpw, mo-4 nort-e.
earily be redweod. I tnke it. (f granieil,
that eo government, and much' 1cm a lr
govemiwot like oura, will feature to im
poee higher tae apAo the people than
what may be wereaaary fir the economical
wantauflheaivfraniwnt In nlicipaliun,
theefore, of Ihia event, the kgialation .f;
mngreea oae beeo direcieo to aucn a re-
durMoo at nMjinatKifi iA the tanlHat Would
cwrreepond with the new atale and condition
d the country. It cannot be oooreaJed of
denied that while the agricultural etili
hava looked to thie pernid with hearttvll
phnaure, lb manufacturing auction have
lookisl to it with rerret, and heve done ev
ery Ihiog ia their power to drfrr or pre
vent it. - The reeann te nwvnMi ' Vmm
th aretenc of raiatng revenue for gov
eruuf nit, they bav, filched from IM nun h
Urgrf agin to protnet and enrich thrrr
manufacture. J dieouaeed thie aubject at
freoi Ungtij. in my laat addre to yu
wiU ik her repeat the ariuinxnl then
uwd. and which are awMained by th trigb
eulltorily. But TTiiunoirc one r
jfument uaod by the inatiufitcturrra theniael
vea. 'lhrouhout 1h whole of hi tun
tftaf, we have been repeatedly told by lh(
manufacturer that if wo reduced the do
l iea Ia)po-d upon foreign gool coiniii
HiW Wni;netittiBWiTlTir manofeevwrwi,
they would be ruined, la not thia an aJ
miaMoa that Ihnae high dutie an impoa
ed, and naght to be continued lur their
henrfitf Mark ill If yno reduce the
tsvea, aay thfy, jmpiwed tipnn the penple
d euf" benefit, makin uur laburand cept
til more profitable, aad adliiig wealth anJ
eplcadvr to oar auction (T country, we thai)
be mnJ. f rtol If it b d ir ii
not abow that theea maniffac'.urincaiMtal
lata areaavc J fhim rain by impmeng heavy
and ruiivm laxe o the great body i
the peop1nand particularly mm the agri
cultural poliiTwHt 4 H aiina I BM itlkuy
did, not, know aod feel tM ,,t hear) high dn
tiM aran fir tbnir bntvr'il. whv it It that
they are wweh oppaMd to K due fng them!
Why i it that lliey have even tnraJeoHi
theao tae t Mt - govenuneul- hare
been dnafrrywi .r intpoaiiig lieavy Utea;
but thnee jiiaiiurnctuivra aie tho firxt to
threwtrij tlie;very temple of liberty be
cau9 (he government waa about to en
gaffe, and baa en gaped, in the graliu4 lasfc
of.irducipg the Uie" Vrel'ire impieed
mil, h i ! r a! tln rin u.iiH'k of the
cs", I int fil ifi ut triu .niili.
At thia bill, cxiiiti'iiily r!!ii l.y tray ftf
diaiiiKliiin Mr. ( Uj a loll, U l.k. ly to
come the pcnii-iiK'iit t ncm of Iho r ftuntry
I prop-iae, bri'-fly to imtrre ila priann,
and lt priocii( U!" abirli it waa bat.
The dilfn-ully of ailjuaiing Ihta grral qua
tioo ha oxen loow.W'd by all ti be en
4 great mi(iulule. Vartovaaii'l t onflirt
iug intereata were to be harrrxm.d to
auch a manner, to wcur th tntrrcall
of all Ibe great brairhet uf naiemal wealth.
While the agrrraliurkl, and comnvnial
tat never wotdd cwnt to any other
tariff, tba on to raia revenue, Ut aay
other dfctiee, lha uch aa were uoifurro,
wwHwd kAiiu.aiUiUclc,iwfjimicla J
tm, wfm the lovuri-a, a well M umi
tlui nai-eaaarie of life, th manufacturer
on the cunlrkry, iniated upon ratemg ii
whole rV ioc, by duiie laid euiuaively
npn auch article nf importatioo M chw
in romp titinq with their manufacture
wk b a wwillnw,' rewi fott0W rm', ht
gir,aalt. oV;-Thnf MfTWtfucthitrwii
14 be maile upm the artiolea. th reduc.
Imki i aluiuld bu gradual. A awddea reduc
lum they aaui, would preetrate and derry
item. 'I hi bill i thnrrfwa botlornod up
on Ihiatoinproiniae, tliat while the it
tie are ultimately to be brought down to
ciHnm m revenue atamlard, nit ewrd.
ing twenty per cent, aufficteut tim ia pit
en to make auch a reduction very gradual.
The act theirf-re prntmVa, that mil duiie
imp'aKdby the law of 1n32t or otherwise,
etreeding wHily pat rent. UU at titled
perexla be reduced by the year IH7 to
that point. But for the purpoee it bring
mr down the aneaiiil of reveoue at once to
I lie pretent wanta the government, ma
ny article are made free of duty, in alla
lion to tboae amda free by the act of 1 138,
och aa linen. cambrWkaworated afulU,
ahawl die. Aa the duly Ta reduced unnti i
tbn protected article, u m to be.r4 up
on the unprotected or free article, o aa
toaupplyaoy deficiency -which may he
iuundu the revenue, until b42, wWeotftf
ti"Hi'ir party epi fit, wi ni;i
ttca' prtrfrt'ill, aa iH'-y- tii It n 1
(.ir J ra, runM in C"l!i i"1'- 1'
late Will nAi-n enrronrli ip the f "l r.
poeera. awt the Mcral frvnmmciit ai
OHir oft" liample ojxai ih rurht of
atatc. hen thcrcf.ir theve cotli'iooe u
ariae, what ialo lx rfrtoa? Apnal I
fre I In my oimiim Von mthl a wr
apjdy a torch to the tempi of bhrr
tiea. 1 w aword arawn in ucii
ear, will arver fnrever th IhmI oftnir
union. , The tword wa mlendod fur our
ewraie 'not r fat brethren, .'-
I do x4 believe in th doctrine of n
liucatioo I bav alwavi oppausj it. Xut
iuth Carolina b-meatiy believed wach
rrjavit. bub luauufji,,, or.
a n m m i. 'a a ! . a.
aiMJ au oi ue am ihm im evil ot woicn an
Complained really atialed, fend ought to be
removed. The wboif tWajtb hava com.
plained tit Ih earn nepreeai'ei for yeara.
II wa therefor Ih duly of lb Movent
reent to rndrea the wronee and remove
th y pee inoa if it Could 4a dofta (!t
fial ihik IMa ff iiwa LUTirwat-T9 f ir
bearfrwm av mcaaure ofvioienr thai
iuibt anrve fatal, ahalaia Jrom the ant
pl rvnwot of mihttry "force againat one of
the Male 4 the anion, dor eek to a re orb
her nil in the blood of her gallant eooa
men, who, if in error, have ei rd from
their areat devotina to liberty, and who
have alaaya bnew duauiguiabed bnfh in
peer and war for their al and ability in
drCne of th injured right uf th A men
can people. .
The aoutliera ataea have re,pectny pro-
nnuncedthe Una la, ai nee that of I Sit
uoi:MtitutionJ. lliey bav therefore
believed for pearly lea year that the fed
eral rnvernieenl Waa eiercitfinir uncunati
tuiumal power, to their great injury and
nprevrn. 1 bey have remonaf rated, pro-
(ruled, appealed, again and aain to pub
he nptirinn, but they have forborne from
any.lorcibla. raaiaianoe. When lhcxer
for ot e of lhee Btatea, Snarling amb-r
aenae of theaa vmtiuuad wrong, bad
adopted a remedy believed to be raah and
dulie upon all article of importation ar,ticHiaii'Nl.nal, it anented to me but ret
to be permanently fite'd at a duty not e-i aonxble that fhe Meral goverontenl hould
ceedmg twenty per cenl.evcenl dyaatuusi forbear a little, raJreaa her grieraocea if!
a loch ar rmmI free. These are the eob
ought In be conmilerrd a fair compronie
of thi ddficultaml vevd nuMim. I hn
f It Miuiuu to aw it a'iil d Uo a perm
n ;nt baaia, ctNivinced thai ila 1'n quent a(
lutKNi waa iiijiiriu ti all prtiMi of lb
country. ...liutbowcvet anxious fur.j:i
Hieemmation o dev.u1ly ho- wtabml,'
I li lt equally deti rninic.l le ver ! aril
io, nor acquiuace in an adjustment, whin
J id not accure aulatinntu! jnrlice to lh
people I repn-aent. I am HUt-dicl if UB
ooinprnniae now enter. -d mtiJ, atinll be 4
anrved in the aame Jiht-ral amrtt in wbift
it wa CMH-eived. it will rrat ra harnvav 1
tr the Union, peace ti-the eodwtryr aal
tmppineaa and prieritv to the poopfe,
- REVENUE BILL. - v j
The Revenue Bill aa it wa called, '
tod4MtcJl enuti'rocnt . dortrg tho, aeaaoq.:
aod wa 'diaouaead id th Beaate ntb
reat warmth and ability. It trio the
President with entranrdinary -militurw
pvwer. Under th elate td high party
axcueuicnt, and ai that time hupeleaa jf
ljuaiing th UriKthi bill war a moat
piwMitiie, etflehvor to conciliate, give time
every other alterii-ttive had failed. With
out the even'iaeof auch a apint ofeoncili
ali.4i aiid fobearahco od Ih part budi of
the feijeriil and tte givrnmenli,' our
i(loriU4 inetiiuiinris cannot laat ; for, in
(bcjaujuiam of Mr. Jetlerioa, ' if every
infraction of a coimiact of o many par
liea i to be nird at once, at a diaaolu
lion of it,' none can ever be firmed which
Would lent one year."
- . LAND BILL.
K bill paaaed Coogrem to diatrihute the
ieed eriaing from the a lew of the pah
ic land among the date according to
their federal repreaentation for Hve year'.
It it believed, and I fear with too much
trttth, that tnlea aonve nch dithhuiioii
n made id the public lend, they will f i a
fewvear be given to I he new tie with
in whewo limit they lie, or old to tbem for
an inconatrkrable- pum. oucu a diapoai.
tiorl of the puWic land would - be very on
jnatlpthe old alate who uht to aha re an
equal uitareat in them. It ia alio proba
ble, Ciat tiadef im tana, wluca we . nave
thrcatetuflg aspccU and w L aubject of! luat maawl, Ihera will bola aurplui Jur jj.
Jeep and alarnung mtereirt.. Uut belorejfew ywr.1 The reveoue from the public
it reached the Houae -nf RTreentativee, I land might therefore bo diapenend - wit b
it J terror hod H(in otr, and ita powers 'dumg that time. It 'could
tlesrwiiie dangeroua, had be o rendered
iiarmk by ibe paafcigtr nf the tnrttf bilt;
which it wa thought would wtify the
upon th people ; But if the rductum of I country, and aday it excitement, ibe
i jim k nk rfniiH ami m hu t in ruin in i ooiHiiinu botimio i me oiii. ia unweaui
the . BuiiuXiCturcrSv wha' "but rote j rturainin to the clie ol the neitaeaaioa of
Iha-4icullural4WetefftJirmq,rK?4 ana wanotner raciancowy nv
fom tlwir-cootinuancal Out rodWry ii t,,Mc. oangrou axtrema wto
not protected by higi, viatica t po , taxe
MakiOi an irffreinitB of,: 3.8(JW'3i
ha ei(nditureibr. fha year 18J,ii j
it ... 7 1 Gvu h. Hireurn & -
f tlliowii!' '"t w vi-- - -r
r -Clndiarr alUira, . .Vv- -'
v . internaj impr-"'.
.'. ' ovamebta, V ' '
' )faa1 ae'rv ice, ita ; ' . r( '
, eluding ita grtf -lV
- ovement, ' l,M3.69
Makimr tho total expendi-'
lurea of'thw yr. ' MAMfiM
,4, i r-'.i'.wt:ja.' i 4i rf.. .
r th 1 of Jauuaty, 1833, it,8i,M
: . Ik
5na Vecipt iat 1831. pfrft..
porfW the '.onanr, -o,tp
- AddthUintalmentflht r . W'T a
v- ...-.:-.., .t-j..-: V ItfraamliMlJicwaalthaBaltv
moVouht of the Danish Mom-
r J... V..:; oiije, ealimated iathat re
, J V f01" j receivable in lf82,
t - . A - -oik4 pftktantd 'lhaV llV
laid for our bone fit, bat" mv the contrary,
heavilv taxed for the benefit of the manu-
faciiirera. What else but ruin couhf fall
up A our intercat, thui proarribed and op
preaaed? What U ha produced (hat
which party will eomeUawa iearry tba wt-
t government. ?ir
We are emnhaticanT a favored aeonm
I providence ha caat our jot in plcawnt
puc, and under a form, of government
the moat admirakla that thr wiLn of
general decay and embarraaamehl in our Jiuanever conceived.." It ia two fold. , W
own Ja write land I ' fleawad with a gvmiaJ havw' r iederr-tnd-an ' governroeiit,"
climate, a fertile aoM, and population at which together conatitute our entire tyt
once virtuoaa, economical, and indtwtri . tern, admirably adapted to a country like
ouV yo it ia a melaachohr ict; that wot odrt, to hxtenn-vt and i diversified in it
eftitw hinewle nroapermi tliaaitwiafif- intorealaahd pormnl
teeo yean ago, althoagh during that time, To the vah and VlrtuvToT out Talhert
we have been blest "with aa uninterrupted are we indebted for the freedom, tndepen-
peaco. , The cauae can ha found no where donee, IhucJ overeigoty 'of tlie state, while
to the moat liberal spirit p( compromiaa
and concession on the partofatates at aub-
sequent penod,du we owe our present fed nr.
ai cooatitulion. Jntliatflpirit,tbydelegted
to the federal government some of their
right of mdf'pomWnt ovvreiaiity lor the
QIm aipendittirei thf 1933,
exclusive of the pnMicaebV
wee- by ibe- aatuw reforf,
smtimatod ai "
' rtoborwinefitlTtm 'aceotrw the
wublicdebt during the ypar, 18W, was,
il,68,0S7, which tedoced the public
" dobt on i January last, to $7,001,. 899.
, Xut thif dtrcan heeoidered only as
ominaL; Since th.ahare held by the
- -' : tn1 which hir '-O'
but in the fact, that the laxn since inipoa
ed upon all the great and necessary artic
le of life which we are compelled to pur
cha ana consume, I r double what they
were fifteen yeara azo. Aa the nation
debttaaay which- they were originally
hmposrd, has been diminished, these duties more etKtun protection tit security of the
nave opto increea-cotiW'"j t reai t rescrvinir to iiiumattivea inc esciumve
venue, but avowedly to protect and rarich, jexerciasi of all powWt not tliu granted to
at our expense, the nonnerm tnanu wciur-1 the tederar ifoyernmciu, ia tie ma
are. Itu ajrainat.thiaayatem nt proiecuoo auairo of nt, Madtsoo, the power dele
fniTJnaa always av
negotiation and fotoigu commereft, kThi
power reserved td fhe seV'-rat states will
extend tq til th$ ohj'wl, which, invthw or-
dinury course of tf lira, emtceni the lives,
libertieajind properties of rk) peool, and
the internal orpr, impr ivenwul and pfe.
parity wf the tatea:InlrMtiwt wire
of general cb-inictn its which all had a
mon goveriiinflnl, whiln ajf local andafpa
rata ialerest were rnserved )w tbe ntatea,
Each iif lheo;r5g.veftiinta i 'therefore
The federal goverurroiiit is supreme wlfi
in the power delega.ted,'and the state gov
ernmouU ra equally ftiprftnav wit hia- lh
power' reserved i and both; are equally
important and esmntiat re the preserva
tion of liberty. While each of theae'gQV
ernmonti is confined within it proper lim
its there moat be perfect harmony 4n the
ubionl;Bnt from the pany cimpfclt nd
to enable the' wealth and arurtucracy of the
country to ride ra splendor upo the necks
of beggared and oppressed yaomaniy. .
Ml .ska -totendi jto "wotiee J. tlttw
place; the many duewtrou consequences
whicw this IwrifffW protoctiol hai t4 np
on the agricultural staieW. Jt ia now uu
nAJa4y.Ll .ie ift ihe., behsC 4hal
this obnoxious system ha received a blow
&om,which it will oover yeopveir. By In
tariht Ifw'which wa have jnst - past, the
(Mniple have a diatinct assurance that io fit
turn duties are to b kid upon all articles
alike, tha hee duties are to be laid to
rai revwmiei and ah-eonaw,
only, as tnay be necesemry to meet $he"
want of an economical administration of
the Uovernment . I These are the principte
for which the advocate of free trade have
lMi coufended. Animafed bythe justice
W ihir caiwe. tbet hav prsavered under
It 'could not be more
equitably diapiwed of than by dividing it
imqrig the states to be applied by them to
uch work of internal improvement or
Otherwise, a (Hey might deem beat. If
. !.. Hi y i v l
l.i'i i i i- rio an I ili--'
.f, sn I tun '!t 11
4iif I?hi living f'nl.
i i i ..in
i i I ' 1 of IV
nrliip in Ihe trm
T'h wild 4 ex
travagant ytnn ii'iierniil impri'vement
alao, which, a few -years s, tbreatened
to involve ut in a debt equal t llitl of the
last war, has been arrealed, and th mo
ney proposed to be spent bumi r U and
ceJial ha been mors tfpriy spphed i
the complete extinguiahmanl of Ih nation
al drbl nd to (hit wia and eeoreimical
r., f.i n,i;, j i0 i yui ,v
l-'-n.iy (N. If.) ,,!,, ( ,m i . ;
riiiuiniit um nn.ui) i, ,r,, i-
fr lha twit I'ir.,,'. iU.w .. inn ...
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Mint K illalaltl ,..) . I
nance irornbu i
as . .1 W
. rji i i.marrt-lk w..i
in ia rHirwiiii a riira hi.L .
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Ihl lllrfin .1,1. L ...
, T " " - "" wewee Ni.w
uartilma ami lb General C
policy, o""! we owe the lata modification nfl which muvt meet with nmeurd nui
the tanlT, which is likely toealm Ih inn- j btnm from every boneat man i tM T
imo, awd wbica abnuld poiot out to tb ai.
mibut ration the necewuty of caailn. ,jr
degrtdtng aa appeadagTU W.,T to
W t P'lX fft i JhaJUM t.XtxKyld kZ
been ibe father of lb Bill of Corapromi
but oeb is (he devre of hi vei.i.. ,l :
bled wave of diw!ontenl, which fr Some
time past have rolled so high ia the soulh
Far ihi aoafiicbau change in la policy
tjptliiioQ.nf outran? nj3 r$MM,
ly indebted to the untiring aval and Arnv
ftcaa of war present distinguished chief ma
gist rate fir although lha Ut adjustment
greeof his veiaiibfl ikT.
wm prwiarreq CIVU War to imm
of Ih tariff sprung front, tb palriotir of I thus secured. W auk ih attentio rjJL
10 the following frWiary p,
vi o w' w -fj mw www ar veawiaw wa -v
aaotbf diatinguiahed individual it was fit I reauVr
wise and eeooomical policy beretofuiw! graph from bis loading articU ot ILi
pursued by Jha ajitniiiiiitriUofl tot! rendrr-1 osyi ZJff m lh : taiaw&tttii
errimmn torn nvwiwstion ' proper ana in I ucii rnttrter
' a latt.a .a)
aiapaoaabi. i - in in eretended comoromis
rhe, fcllow Viffm. are good fruits. I Tann, lha rJoath is cetWt in Z
W should not wiah to see the tree hewn I eoodiiioo then it waa befora. wkila h.
j .l.. j .l it i. ... Ij..na l
oown tuai pruuuons iimin. 11 ujxiq i, r l iwiininra ht giTint p inetr 'CnnttKg,
foafnd waalea or roJta branche, Jel u lional obiectidtt and har rained
pnioe it of the ,evil, sod preserve and de-1 prospective and uncertain U-oeot, cVxiiJ,4
fend the good. .Tbeae haiipv results I with eonditimn mot) odious than
shogld also uwpire o with freah cordUonc 1 ever yet introduced in a TarifC
.a m aw. I rw kt n s a . '"""
in ma institution ot our country. 1 tie I iw naiiineranav gained nothinfiU
nvaal perfect government, will at time, I practice lliey are woraa off than they vns
mhhi ro gnfewracr, dui we anouiu never I eiom, win oriiy prxwpeci of anv.1
despair of our government, c nfVlent thai I (io yi Ihey bad surrendered (baif
if we be watchful and faithful lo our trust, I principle wit bout any other nreseM aA.
lit sounder parts will reform it aberration vantage than slipping their oeki oat iii.
ny , w tin uiitfiiwi yj iin i pit of wmom.,,um hwi. vwncr
IC . i r ill I
wti KVTnriiiBciM spon wnicn was iiHinoeu.
Permit me, fellow citiaena, again lo aak
the continuance of the truat heretofore re
posed in me. Detained here.bv the claim
of my constituent for pensioiis, I have not
been able lo return ao soon aa I other wis
should hav done, but I ah!! viait every
pari of Ih district, during the summer.
la (he trying, and troubled scene, through
which I had to pass, I cm harolv hope to
- m has ' .
nave given enure aatuiactioo.
Th Spee-li of Mr. A-nator Poij,ri-
on the Bloody oill, has beea publUhad at
the Telegraph at full length. The (oH,
ing cut at Mesar. Grvmdf aod Furtj1.
" The Senator from Tennrasne tWaj. "
cea toe I arm in tna most aofjiwl,, i
terms, as unnecessary, tinji st and oppre,.
ve 2 the Sniialor from ("eoriia kaa "
But if. ia I en a pledge, yet iturdceoMd, ilMt bswil
ua maid. Toil approff . my. coouucL. audi at tnela jitch'wrmp.awtiiatniS
the principle by which I blv been irov I inirraitou, tminst, and" oporesaive rviteiai
rnedjl shsjljie very hnrp7 ,,'K,fe?'a,?e, Df'''1 M Senator may coapam
you. lif however, yoo ahould think it I advnTgeo;iy withlhe rToutcit Tliaiii',; j
ar in American My at em in their u;pft
beat to bestow your Confidence on another,
sustained by the conscious purity of mv
own motives, my greatest regret will be
that I tu not able to please you; and I
shall retire to the peaceful walk of pri
..r.t:-i.:ii i t.y - . ..
m mia p-u, wuica una no inner uojeci Liaa .
the enrorcement, by military power. .
that lystem for which they profeaa .- mock
detestation ! I think, sir, the situation of thif"
rate life, with no other feeling than thai nfl lwo bonorabloScaatora may be well
bed in aingle atanta which 1 hive at ana
I hate (he TanrTwuh all my heart.
And in it snnnort will lake iwi nart.
But, when (Md Hickory calls) for the Arm "
Ila ahall have what ho wants, or 111 m at
l A. - - w
uid uuvy l
ismtie Washington correspondent of t
Northern paper relate th fidlowuu as
r nr. viay is otieri portive and tm
wiu. i on incr uay, torvw if- n.-f
lb veiiuw CoU.eti.rn. Bi:i. MV. IfiL-V.
, r I .
ma, wikmo iwur ugray. and wanne pur
aon I aimideraaia in was yort; anf
afouf, and "deemed aw the b"st-tt tm
etUe th ririt-rwllilcIia. 11. "fid "
not wish to leavw it to posterity- ,V -"-
wilUngTo share- hi part iif the ."1 f,f
Soon after be attempted to read . turt of"
1 rue give toe Kitchea plenty of the south Carolina Urdinance, bar huev.
meat for their potind they will be aa huppy sight not - being vary, good, b apolMMt4
aa Sancho at the wedding of Carnacho tbe 'ha umissiooi vfr. Clay in a lot.
l ti iii i v... .ti ...... ik. - i .
nee. i nev-win ue couicni io icave prin-1 T"" s w n or uic naiunrra
iple and theories to tho Parlour, as Wat I immediately taking off his spctacls; ill4T
gratitude for your pest kindness, and no
worse wish, than that he who shall succeed
me ma be equally devoted to the libnrticf
of hi country, with more ability to defend
and preserve them.
- With high regard, -
1 am your fellow cititen,
tAtt Mfinztbi Mr. Tlandohh. John
Randolph lately said of'a certain statesman,
not Henry Clay, nor John C. Calhoan.
rtor we wot, Martin van Buren. nor Daniel
Webster. " II i hlirhly ulentAd and ut-
lerly corrupt, aid stinks and shines Rke
rotten mackerel bv moonliwht"
n . .. . ... . - . . .. .
uetween the " Mtcheo and Parlour Cab
inet. Mr. Randolph is reported to hare de
clared forthw Krtchen.THv re a tie-
fWxI, be raid, ", with their ffeah forV'and
ladle, and are therefore, the : irfore. btrm
any portion of the federal rerenuq ia lobe iSanchQ to leave feati of ImigthcKl to hit I with an arh look; Make these myymisfr
iiiuiio. i m.oir.'vi waa luuicroua. r-ta
u.'sr unt su'xea irtfif eotno!'ie '.on.'Hl frrtni 'h'i wp',rfttiim'iuhuinan
expended for the benefit of the state, it
can T5b donninder fhe direction , of the
tat legislature, wiu - more economy,
peoeviefy W adranUgav than jnnder. tha
direction taf HJortgrwaw. Infloenced-- by
tbeae consideration, 1 waa in favor of the
Billlbutthe President for reason which
have not yet beea given, did .not return it
before-- th adjournment of congre.
whereby it failed to become a law- ii
obfectioial'lor B wa - uobttesw to givoa
- Our relation with fbreirn national 'eon-
UnukUof tbmotftiondIy and honor.
all ekaracter. ' Seekinr vhtv frieodsbip
and good will or each, we shun entangling
alliance! with all. Llevated by the just
pnnctpM of action adopted by the admims
I ration, M asking nothing bnt what was
clearly right, and determined to submit to
nothmg wrong, we nave occeleI in our
foreign negotiations far beyond our moat
saogutne expectation, under its. infiu
ence the most favorable commercial tree
. . i'. t - ..t , ... .. ......v.-.. ...-.,. ...
ties) nave been formed with i every netiou
whose obmmerce and fnondship it iidesi'
rabfe to court. We bav done rtiorti.
Withia a fo years, large claims against
them eoeiuil; with the .ffovenunent. have
injuries long since done til our attaens.
AUcanse of collision with." these govern
wient havw lieen happily renieved by (he
most, hovKirahle negotmtion. 'Additional
treaties nf thi. kind have been formed
iocal fast addreaaed you with the govenn-otenMof-
Portugal, and .Nankmr VTfaile
we have" thus succeeded abroad" In estaV
bow o jdstic andtruth.lt cannot but be
pecaliafly gratifying 10 witness tb sue.
cei of rtessorea calculated to restore har-
f mpy and fraternal affection it lwmor
The diliculty Hkety to vise 'from th
formation pC independent government
within. lb liael thwteiainvngto
beJundepeudent of the State Government,
and yhich a few year ago threatened the
peace and harmony of lha country, and
Which are well known to yoo, will bo haw
pily removed by the removal and eoloniu i
tkmof those tribe west of lha Miaaisaippi;
where ui)def tbe protection of this govern
ment thews once migljty ..natfoM of iHf r-
master. D m Quixote.
Congrea haveiioi under the Conslitu
tiom tbe right to prescribe the form of the
oath of iaturiJiiaUott--iiot anirelwtu- pre.
scribe the uniform ssod in which tbe
State shall make their own ciiixtna, in
which each State shall administer her oath
Tb oath to support tb Constitution of
the United State cannot be incompatible
with the oath of allegiance to the State.
I he support of both the State and Federal
Constitutions ia embraced in the oath . of
allegiance to the State, inasmuch as they
sxa both, but emniMitinns.irom ihal aovar-
eignty of the state, and our allegiance to
her compels our obedience to her will a
expressed in those constitutions. 8he is
the judge of what is r ta not compntible
with that will. Cjatrcurjb
Extract from the Speech of Mr- Bras,
of Kentucky, in the Senate of the United
States, iu tho bill to modify and iurther
to reduce the duties on imports
Tha Honorable Senator from Georgia,
(Mr. Forsyth,) . ha given .ua a beautiful.
wuotationHe said 1 .
Now is the winter of our discontent
Made elorioua summer hv thiaauilof i'ork.
--house,' , . -4 ,tf v
fn the deep bosom of the ocean burled.,,
Unm vuag d war aa smoothed hi
wrinkled front." - ' ;
The honorable' Senator seems, however,
not to delight in this glorious summer b
trikea at the bit! ;. but ft hd;tell us, he
wUl vote fcr TtVJIe might fan eztnhded
bts qwolatwn yet a HttW4rther4:--i
"Why, I,, in thia Weak piping timeof
flave no delight td pan away tha time."
" l ha winter of our discontent is, 111
deed, "made glorious summer;!' but Sir.
lJlb ' : yM- Sir, noi
nra on af the ' Kouaa4 ofmaroVkr nor ii
Kt York, but by a son of the Old Domio
ion native oCVirzinia. from the eoun.
ty uruattorer, from the aloaheaofriaikive
, ,; t?. & Ttkgrnpht ,
liesolutiena anprobat ry of tHe Fres
detii's ProcUi(natnn have bietio reiectn 1, :
ry body lnghedtand 4r( Wtlktna enjnre
the joke aa welt at the rest of us." -
firgimi'.' WrrrwajsTlrf' electiuo ii'L
Cmiblottb county took" place last"
day. We learn that Judire Thmx T
Uouldio was elected to tha House nt (e
gates, si: hoot opposition that Col. J
Wyatt received 'i to 1 over fly. E.. vat
kins for the State Senate & that there t
nooppueitioti to Mr.Randolphf .rCongre
bertaon 18. '
dolph257"; William 5d ; Fultou 6Tu '
No pppoaition to Gen. II irvie for M
nate. . . ." .1. 1- -,-v-r.
The attempt to pass a vote of cenflrra
upon Mr. Pdindextur, in the Senate of
sissippi, in consequence ot the course
pursued in the Senate of the United St
al the late session of Congress, has feil4'
the rcfjoftttion for that object having beet '
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niunn.in.il itutithnil.lv -
IHUV UIIIIVIJ, t t ( .. i.
Those who declare thai they are wiU'if
tnway-iiiefflaiiCH to the gtMeranny"
ject to the oath of allegiance may.jw .
reasonably object to aa oath to iij)BH th
support the Cynnti tut 1011. t ,
Cl it 1 aeeptrble of proof fav the Dw
ware Gaiette) that Mr. Clay fither
suited witlj Mr. Calhoun; nor had any
derstanding with him, previously to
iiitrodwctioo of his fompntmiim lM ,
Senate. 4 . ' , v- " ! '
Jackww has beef invited by" a,Cot
tenlioar! Omlrmoa c mwneiar !) ' '.
the Eastern katea thi springf I
Are yon there Us there to it i"11" "
formed between the middle and east8
State for 3foi benefit of the - sweet ig
tleraanr. I thli Hi piititJcal 1
of lha federal party, wh J
. , ..J AtsncatSS
.un.imiiw 1 nf, aurntiTTi -
" uk Hp.
m. D.n..i.i;..n Prcaident r" ' viim
'VeNtof and Harrison ra Ot k
-e1T Something intVe Wind. A nrj
. v L : I Vn nurei
wiuion ! Tirewwr-.wsrw ' "
italfi Hawaii h tota b
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