9. Ttinlnd, TUt.taetprn-fdnf lliroptiiim. env Unli'4 in foregoing r liii'nr, u ht if vtUff tixli" or ! in view 1 1. fluil of iioiiig r at toll Itim-a rr inly and Wilting l an !' the Ctt-ri!itlt ii nl I of h f"i 'try mi ht h we mi f-iit-r ty whom itiumpud i' Uj i"Lu.1 t iT.vf flcil. " Id. JUtolrtit, Tli il we roWelr 1 fri-qnenl re. e tirn rvo t fitMlMtri' Mai prim ill lle-sH alarm iog bine of llw'.iuivu i-ia-riM burnt, a lilt iui portarit, i tltat vn may the belief be enabled lo adhere hkito tlly to Ihein, without regard to IflHI. ' ' II. Jtrmrrd,lhrrrfnre, That our Reprf lives in ('cnrrin ami t! Heital.tr from !tU Hut be ritfuJIr reqncati-d to endeavor proems .4ufitltou of tho Governii ill iukI lO.Uitt Bunk f li State, m mi art i4 Au v ami jut. it ire, required, by trw jwwrml intereal and -lewajtd. eil by il"' imiKuml lMior. 12. liftoff J, lltat rpy 4 llwas lUaolutiitati I irniwuiitN-J lo tlteRcnn'--iitative in CV-ngreM from llii ifntirt, to iur K iiulof Ik-kguta lo fit? General Anil4 of Virginia, and to each of our Senator in Cimgres. Hinting of ihe Stoelhtddrri of lAi fiislr Vir- finialtrtriiion of ike Contract. Ytrilay, th Slot kboLb-r of tho Bank of Vir ginia hkT. ntirwiuitl to tsiMic iMVe, Mr. Jame ('lu- moved to intnut the future Iirr-ctory lo fmriml tl carfntel elite d inlo lMws-n Ims Bank 1 Virginia, and the rWretarV of the Trnmiry Mr, Chapman John! move! to substitute Mr, CmikH'' n'xiliriKni, liy rr"lii(Knwiiri tho purl of (Un H. UkJ'Ut, (WUriiiK lite rufitrwt iitiuliiiiwililn, n-arimlins Hi mine. Mr. JimiMoa r"lii ti iI'n) lU 2d, Atli,flik,7th,tiii hh ri Ut lift lie COtllr.trt M ilNfclllirMHblp, nxl m bum h of the - third, m nquirri iJKj.br-ltl rvl :rmnt 1 tlw Itiiiik to I"' MiNmitM In Vi uipr lioti or tho I r- nry Aff-iil, ufl wrttkly rwturin f it rinlitini to ! '...rv IVrMrfiMiit. iiio rrMiJ"ut ttr, ttfiriimiiniifgti ) ttmt moved a tumtpinrinmt of lli rtiUMilrnUim of tliA milijnrt, Ami llm motina n iwifiiiivwi. Il dim itvitikI t alrikfl out mt nnwh of Mr. JiiliowMi wrfntion n diwnnmvf of wwklv r-iurrwof tlicooIiti'iof tlie Ito'ik to llie Trwimirf I Vpnrtmrnt. 1 Vmtii nPutttH. M r. Jctin ivin't irhKno were then mdonlfd, anJ iIk" ron trvt rrtcinthd, ty t largo majority (a we h'r) of tor- vol I'nnnthi rwmIl,wBeonrrtuIiitr'tli IhiUM. TIk noetinn brfiro tlio LeiriHUtiiro i thin timnlifrd, imI ih mniiili'fitHtigna of poMio oiiiin,no In bt mttnkrn. Hint mMicmrw the union oTfTiii rwli - - ri tJovrmmtrtit n )k rpoiti, in nil iu LoartujJ State Legislation. 1 THI R!ATR. T6 Ilootfl of ConuiKKK having cottrurml in tlx .nH.'mliiKttiU to thfl fiillowinjr cugrtKutrd lull, the wi:rt oroVreJ to bo Piin41fl : Tlio bill to etu blinh thfl Mcrrhnntu' Hunk in Newlx-m, and the Al ln-rnarl Hunk in Kdtiit'in J aim! tlio bill to wliur tt r I ho Ruiik of Cope Fear. 'iTw tiillnwin4HigrMMMl bill iu rood tLrcc tijiict anrt ortkrrri to txr rnmlh4 t -Th -WW rtkHK th UlIR'J of h"llu)g 000 of tl0 tt-MM of tho Coun ty CHirt of Macon. Tli SciuiIiTK'umr(i the cornntk-rMioftof OteWl rclativo M ntfruLng too Uuutitution or tlio nlato Tho qurition pftMliiijr kems oa Urn ukkTuule ml porrrornt of the bill, it was Hit, ttitJ docidod in tho Wjjuc Bjrea-SU, not j.- 2yr-Moci. Arrinpton,Co1!iis,C()opr'r,F.lwarili Faiaon. l'lowera. 1'ov. Hull, ilarruoiu IInwc! of Grccno, Moyo iT Pitt, Xaih7orninh,"Puj;hi Sltrrerd, Siinnwun, hkmncr of Lliowan, Mimnrr ol . .rruxjiiotank, 8irwW, ftfP Vaim, AValtnn, -.Wilder. w-MejtArw A.4nV nUaiu of Tlurkc- Jlr it ttah;4lIaTHit1topn;ifcA1IaiJoiiK Ken-' .dalL -.Kerr, Klntts, M frviiclr,.vMartui of Hifb monil, Martin i( Unrkinglinni, ajenri'S . t'O'ii'HH hall, Montgomery, Moore, Morris, Mnrrin, Mur rhim, Phillipx, Shuford, Sittou, Sjmight, StoUinun anhook. Mr. Menre move to amend the bill by striking out all that fart ofit eBtbracing ibafropoacd amnntluienU to tho CiMUtitution, aitd in.ertinz in ' lie u ifipreoT tiwilwfiltile." 1i bill was then laitl on the tablffpand the aubxtituto ordered to bo pi in. 7 IM THECOMXCM, """" On motion of Mr Tm,)m,'i waaaeiiil (o the Senate, propting to raise a Joint Select Com mittee to inquire into the present mode of contract- ins fir fuel and atntiunarv for the tiso of the two - - - . 1 . - - . . for the better. Mr.-Lons? anbmitted tho following reaolution, irhich wee adotitod t Rrttolvtd, That a committee of five be appointed ' for the purpoeo of aertainin!;' w'liether the Attor ney General of thia Slatn, Romulus M. Saunders, did not violate Ihe th.aection of tho Conntitution in accepting an appoiiiliimtiiifilfr tho (Jeneral Go vernment, and did not therCbyaeate hir Mid of- tice and that thoy retort by bill or othcrwiao. '"The aaid committee aaiatirta of Measra- Long, Ilrtughton, Graham, Barrinaer and Shepard, " The WtiSiS 'Tiavlnjjf CWtCrrw In tli atueudnn'iiis to the bill to estftbl'wh a Bank in the State of North Carolina, the aaid bill was ordered to be enrolled. J-The bill for revining ami dilating tho public Statute Iawh of thi State, was read the third timo ; when Mr. Stockard moved that it IA indefinitely l4panad.v'bjdi..mlk& .of -fill ta 19 Tho bijl Jhen paired ijtMhfrj read- and was ojtiejr?(i,xM,engriww(t, llie following engrossed bills and resolution pass ed their third" reading arid were ordered to be ori- wood county to superinteiMi the road from the Bun combe line to the Macon line : The resolution re ' lating to the Stale claims upon the General Go vernment. . -. .: " ' ',.-. '' .' . , r . . -.,i. Wtdmikjt, January 9, J831- t , , ,: W THB BE!IATB, - - ' x On motion of Mr. Mebane, the Senate, proceed ed to take up and consider tho bill to provide fir , ascertaining tho sense of the people of, North Ca rolina relative to atneffilinff the Constitution 1 tlie . question pending beinr on the adoption of the sub- r atrtttte otlerea on yesterday Mr. fllearea. The pronoeed aubtitute having been read, seve ral amendment were proposed and received. Mr. M"ri itvv-I tl at tV) till, toft-ilyf ih mix'ixliiH Iui 4i tiH! Illi; ; lw.a wa4 ,'rdloi Aye 31 Nia U.'. 'Ihr ho il in the altirfoM, were M r. I'm aH. IJft'Hm f IIU, HiUluin if .. ( 'aid 1 II, C.'!j ton, F Dili ill, (j'nviii, irtl, I I !), Intern, twwiddll, Kvtr, KlutU, l t'orniH k, Merlin 'f Km Iiiim.ii.!, M.irlili itf lit k ''h-iiu, Mrr, Mi iwliiiimll, M'wHgoiot rv, Mimit, Mirt, Sinrriwai, Mun hi-'n, I'luliiii, fcbuiUid, tfiitdo, FuhIiiuhi, ri;ht, Vaidi'K.k. I Ikn who voti-d 111 tlm negative, were ; Slntn, Arriost'ii, Coma, ldiin, Vniir, rl- arU, i'aiauM, l'iuufA,i't y, !JjI!,lbrii, II iw. II, liuMi-y, J.iuUay, Mc(ormirk, Munn, Mil- hewa, Meoaii, Molvio, Mvof (iiaeoe, Moyeof ill. ,Nli, rriMii, ruvli. Bhrnm, rfirnimitia. hkiiNier d iVriiuiiiMHMS Kktnnerof CIm-who. Hkin- . . . ... ...... tier M rawpmUtJ du4r, EkrtM), auj, illl.U, ml W t'U t. ' Sir. Inward' then rooted (tint tlK'bilf, oetlMr with tlm anrodjtw-tii, 1 tKirtwl aolil lhi lirnt day "f ioveiuU:r im. xl, which waa agreed toA yea 3( oea M. IS Till I'OHIIO?!, The fidWm mir UIU were n-iul, aim, on notion, ptrtMiiK)d iixl" fuiitcly, it Tl bill to awertuui tl aiiMNiut of rtpt.rta n jm-d m tlx Mule P.r aie year, ami (or other ptirpuaua 4ko bill to reuululc I lie mibllitiK ami rrtuilniff of apiritnmM Ikiiwi the bill to pax irt free jiciiof rotor BHIin:rpi rituoin liumm, ut a nuaulily ! tlum five call- ami the bill aiHiropriatinu a nuin nut reee!iii(r fr (lofni)in llie Iravullinif -rui- of an li(iiar, M limkuiK ruluiu auivii), 111 can tlie crvteeiiof an 1'iiiOii Mud V lloiin r Ik- grundil by the Prei'k nt. .Mr. vveM'-y Jotie wi'ioiiio"!! a iimiiiiiion. which waa ailopled, Jemk rnn lb" ineof thia lloow to lle MelhinliHt (xif rm , to U- Iflik ii 111 thn Citv in Febniarv imiI. Hm KeihiltH Mrm loiK tlt H.n!ol loleroal InitiroveiiientM to remove certuin oUtrvK Uoiu in I'mun Vt-mr llivr. n reii'cted. TkurtJay, January 0, 1S3I. 15 THK IKtATK, Mr. Minton, from lh Mvxt t'oniiiiittee to ahich wa reH-rrt'd a Itcnololiofi t"M-bin'' tlx- oiKile-m v of arnuiinx 'b- C)ar,'l,"oal Uwtri:t ao a to mnke lie-in more murlv eipnif, mioriod that it i iiopn'irtirabte, ut m bite a x'ril or (M'-khi, lo art li liiulrly in the milijii l. '11m ('kioimiIIi'' were discharged from the lorther coiwideruiuiii of tb' (ibi'Xt. Mr. IniImoh, from the Joint S cct Conimitl'-e to w huh waa H'torrd tlto Mfnagc of hi HxcUU-ocy iIm (Joveroor, rebttive to the M ililtn and Ihe hiIi1k: di"nw'e','tojrt't1ief "with "the Ui-bilii'rtwli.f fie le. Ui"flii(iirea of the Htiitonof New-lurk and Illinoia, opai ihe Miibject, nt'ulo a dtiiil''d rvurt thereon, accoiii,tii!iv dy k iillnwin( lunoluiibn : Hrmlcrtl, That oor Scuiatora iu C'oUtcsh be in 8fruTcTTKdreprr ad jt tli neccaary nn-aHort-a to remk-r the aynteni of (lie Militia diacipline of tho I'uilcd Slnlci ei burtuoiMiMiMi iu ita cuaraUor, and luore cllkieut in ita urgiuiiziitiofi. IX THE COMW0, On motion of Mr. Irvine, the bill to mibiait eer titiu HMcilic aiiR'ndiinitKof tlie ('-onstitutktfi, to Ihe jxN.pje, wh Jdken up and tlitiiawH ; and on Mr. (hitUw'a motion, rudeiuiitely pontpota'd. Ycoa CU Nava ftfl. . .. k lnrjp; number of billi vert finally acted upon. tae UUca ol aJutiL a al appear ou our .'(.v.-ia., FriJajf, January 10, 1 S3 1. ' INtH f NaTB. Thf hilU fof the enhlithmeut of aReiik at L!n coliitMi, ami at Wiijfrion'f'wero aMecaMl time rciul, nml on motion, poMponed imlufinitoly. ,lr.:RcafJ.aiJiuil tlie ajilijh:tvtf a Reform of tho--iWtittitttifH -wlA-h-were' reud, ami on motion of Mr. J. B. Skinner, referred to a SetCsjmiiiUtecouatinird- td trm--nmoN lrom CiiCri'ihstricf. txuve mw (granted to wid Crrrmftte -to hiild ita 'ihcVrtnjJ' dit-1 rin the sitting of the Sx'tinto. After remnining out Mreral i(ira;'''Mrr Bennf, ;" Chmrfrwin-f trw Coinmittee, n'jiorted a Bill, which incorporatea the apirit ami much of the language of the Resolutions auhmitted by him. After the Proamblo, tho f dlowinij are tlio spe- cifii'd Binyiklimuit prupuMML by tho UUr lo be re li-rrvsl to Hid rooiile : 1;' 'That 'tfti r'Walufe liTniieronTf ffncg evory two rer. The ttrimto to bo electa) air a luosr Uirm tliaa the Comimms. - . . .. 2. To tharte ''-the mumier of awmmttne Jnaticea of the Pi-ace and Field OlKrera 4 Militia. fix thJ baaia'of HepresciitatJod In the Lc"!tiW- turc upon ponilaiiort ami taxation. - 4. 1 o provide tor tlie electam or uovernor in a man ner" different from the pretnt one, ft, loatxtliKh Borough renrewntation wholly or m u&a. . To aniend ffi?!TcS stitution. . ; 7, To provide that flrtitre General 'Assemblies shall not aboti&h Slavery; and that capitation taxes shall be equal on all classes af person 8. To provide for future amendments to the Consti tution, by pointing out tho manner ia which they shall be made. 0. To reduce the number of Members in tho tagUv tntttrf?, : and w make me ehHce in the rermisito- nnaa litlcations of members and voter. . Thou comes tho Act designating the manner in which they shall bo brought before the People to "'"' "'" ly ll.......C.r uThlrh an IvnvA no room ThoiiiIlJmyuig.beea.re9d. were mode to strike out those clauses which pro- yido for taking the sense of the people upon the proprioty of amending the 8'Jnd sectiun of the present Ciinstittrtifw, and of restraining future Ge- pasmge of the bill at Ita final reading (the test WteJ$ Fur the Hill Messrs. Heard, Brittain of BurkcVBriU tain, of Macon, Burns,.Caldwell. Clayton, Collins, Dob- rm;-Uiott,r Ilin tons Jln-ini, lhke, JMi,,Keu(lnJl, tia of RorkinKham, Mean, Mendenhall, Montgomery, Moore, Morris, Murchiaon, Philips, Shuford, Sitton, Skinner of Cliowan, Spiijlit, Stetlmaa- 31. Against the UiU-' Messrs.- Amnsrtoiar-Cooper, Ed wT(lis ffifWra, Fov, Gavin, Ilall, Harrison,-! lowell, f frteyfIinMjri Want, fMtthe-MtaneMelvtti Moya of Greene, loye of JPitt, Narfi, Norman, Pugh, Sherard, Simmonils, Skinner of Perquiioons, Skinner of Pasquotank, Smaw, Stone, Vanhook, Vann, Walton, Wilder .Kl.: The bill waa llionDrdered to bo engrossed, . . . -;? , j' Ilf TTH COMMON'S, . ' , ' -ZfriJGuthrio jnayedlhat ihIIouje do now' pro ceed to ctmsider tho Resolutions heretofore submit ted by him in relation to the United State Bunk. Mr. Kinq- rrv.nd foxla op the ItJutt T ppr"vii'a " i n I J.l."ii Adiiii.itrateai j ami Mr. Junbiii im.vid to tuk- up tie (xduiMiii oV loam'iog a lefnnl f thi I'l-ri o Pill." All lie---imrtM iia were ! ilf.l inth m-,iifive, only (twir or fiv y-'iiiiif, in t b u", Cr ifn ir eiKin':i.i- A fcuniU'f f bilU wen ordered to be cnroitcJ. . , Rjtur da yrf n a r 11, 13 1. iy TUB AT, Tle rnfrmfi llr,uii.1 eulhoriainj anWrip tlai lo Mm ILie'a Mnp.ara the Ixll rHaeniitu tlie Imlwlilaa U i4iriila Cr c-un tilt Into the Imml.l of litem Ivi-a or tlwir Ii prtie'f coIIih-Iioii, were imb-ruiitely wtioiid. . A numCcr of bill wcrf onlered to lie enrolled. I Til R rOMrta, Mr. f!raham,fnmtlte fVleet Committee to whom waa r (erred the l'hllion Mibuiillp I hv Mf. in relatiiai to th varattit of the.OnVe of Atonny. fJeaeml, iimJ't a Uepfirf, In which the opinion ia eprewe, H111I the proviti'm of llie Oawtituti'ai, re(i rrel to in the Keanlutiim anlenitlej lo them, ban not l-ti infriiijfl by the acceptance, by the Al t,.nM v-' ik rnl, of the anpoiiittiient wliK-h lie now under the authority if tlie Prciiilcnt of the I'lii led Willi-. flft the niHHHion of c oocorriiij with thia Ucport, ... 1 1 1 .1 - a oHmie arojK-, iu wiia ii wr. iik tijpu uic yjewa of lite f 'ommitie, ami Mr. tSrnham aiwtain- e! them. The Report waa finally ciKa urrod In, Avea fl.1 oe Mr. Imjr then off -red a RM4oion dwlarinif thnt the a'poiiiineol if '-minMwiMra la aaltU lit) I retirh clxium iimlef tlio t oov-litMl Utwi-e Fram e and the ('nitl Stalea, ia incomwtiMe wilh the office of Attortiey.(enerul of Una' Niile, am violalca the airit of the Ciamtiiuiiiai. .tad thnt tlie Altortiev-tletienil oolit to reiOl lii rtmc Mlire. On Mr. ItoUrtn' inoti-m, tlii IteHohitioil waa l.u on the tnhle, lv a rore of to M. Tlie bill frirtil the Senate, providing for aarernifi inif the winlMiof the peoide on ihe n!(jecl of a Con yenljon. waa jink-finitely poatltooed. A yea 65 Na- fill. (FT On Monday the 1 nth, at 10 o'ulock, lx.t Ifooiea met ami adjourned tinf dir. National Legislation. TwrxTy-niian coicar rmaT ,to'r. Mum'aif, Ikrtmhrr 30. rxATr. Tlio Chair lurl before tl. .nle a eommimica. lion from the S cretary of " Treaaury, in reply thn enMiti.ii U' 4 IfUi. calling lijr cupici of certiin corre-fKaakiMi! la-lwecn Mr. t'mford ami of hern, on anlfct of lie Bunk, Also, a cMmiiiuiiica.'i.in from the Secretary of the Trca-airy, on tho aukicct of the nuioniit of imblic mtiney owied in Uw aruae ixuihs ana other mutter, cmbnu ed ui the oilier cull uuido by lUe Senate on tie: motion pf Mr. Clay. The reading of thcu communicatiiau occuj'ied about three quarter r an hour. Mr. Clay. I riae lo make an observation. Sir thia reKixaw! ia a uiot extraordinary ami unprece. dented dtcumeot. We have railed for iiifonuatiirit, aial the Secretary gives ua orjunK iit. I t him knre the lantrtit of il. I omWrtiika lo prove Sir, that tho financial cflijer tf tlie (Jovornmeut La groasly iMTverbKl and mlssta'tod Mr. Crawford. llo-haa eiUinlyl0J?-inteTj.retel htm. I In wu up- peJ JoGUok'ula. A riaiMt'lihjiorti haa been withhckL At another time, to prove my premiaea. Sir, we have called for certain ihiugt which we have not gt, and olrfained othcra: not adlcd Cir. ..Wc haveakcrj fur bread, and the Secretary ha ffiven n a atfne. We have asked fur the name of Ihe aeut, and hia compen-. aatiortf lart il-haa boen .withladd. . Wc oaloui fur Ibo TaW tti'Tlrttiff of wrrirtrlhe npent wna appoint ed, and he recognise not. our authority- Sir, I aH theVrter of Mr. Crawford", with tlie Hi, fluutucr tx riml. thnt, that gcfitlcmttn has been misquoted and niiMiilerpreteil'. ()n motion of Mr. Ckiy.lho report was laid upon the i aYtie aiii! ordered to be prihtmT. ' Mr. Wilkin presented a resolution, that such of the nMiinliers of tho Semite as had not been auppli ed, ahould bo furnished each with one Copy o( tho debates on (lie adoption ol the Constitution. .Public Deposite s. .The Senate proceeded to consider. Uw special order of the da v, the report of Ihe Secretary of tho Treasury, and tlie removal of too depomte. Mr- Clay resnmed his Speech in ropport of hie resolutions, and continued it until the usual hour of aio'uriuheiitT wKeiiTh w-lmt ho had to gay, he gave way for a motion for aujournment. - 'hovsa pF Representatives. A numlter of petitions and papers were prescntet! and refrrredto yarirwa ewnrrottee. r Mr. Biimcy presented a memorial from the Pre sidents of ten of the local Banks of Philadelphia, which concludes with the. request "that tho do pontes of tlio public revenue now in the State, Bunks should remain with those institutions until with drawn in tho course of the public service, or as the wisdom of Congress may please to direct j but that hereafter the ariinring revenue of the United State should' be collected and deposited in the Batik o the t inted States. " The memorial was read, and referred to tho Committee of Ways and Means, itcwioixii of ia Urnfinilrt Tl.n Tl CpedeJ to .consider tho nioti commit to tlie -Committee of Ways and Means the Report of the Secretary of the Treasury on the re moval of the De pontes, together with the Instruc, t'on8.!to Comnaitteei. moyby. Mr, McDu(Sor ir. roiK rose, and ;oinmenqod a speech ut re piy 10 mr. jucvuuip, Tuetday, December 31, 1833.'"" McKoasj ewiionlnd 1 tli Presidents of tho Philadelphia State Banks, pray- ing that the public depositcs bo restored to the l-mted Statea Bank ; the memorial was referred to tho Committee on Finance. . 5?fiMyth ire lion. Jotm r. King, Senator elect from Georgia. ' . Mr. Kins was qualified and took his seat. The resolution of Mr. Wilkins, presented yes luruay, was auorxea. , JVIr.,Ewting o-red the following resolutions ; hesoived. That the Postriiaster General lav be. t thejjkrya ney, if any, w hich has been borrowed witlib the current year, for tho use of tho. Departmout, and ti nt J. iM(Ttt.i tU f-rv or norpomtl' ofltba in muIi bMii, if aiiy.loey ! I"n InatJ-, ami 1 ln; ihw, limaitit, 9-id !rtn if ea' it loan. JlnJrfd, That the n 'ry tf M.if my la t.wtt ilin K.ii iOf a foiiy of the coiiinii-oeHi umlcr l.rh V, J. I)..iai lately acted a tt-rn-tary i4"j the Treutnry, ami a cojty of the roinmirt. uil .!..' wbu-h It. n.T.iiM V l'aiW act M H- crHiry. Mr. 'liiv'a reoluliiai( re lit live to IIm nim.viil of i tlie pnUic i!cHwiie, lie n came up aa a apt wl or- j ! r : mn - j Mr. Clay fmibcj Id remark on the an.j-ct. Mr. P-iitai. aflnr't fo remark, which er inaudible in thr Ralteryi tmve.I that the Heiuife prucivl la. tho c.awide'ratioil of l'.socutivt bu4. Afler tlie ronii'lemtion of l.iivtrtivo btimm;, the titnate ailjiairned over to Thuralay iiet. kov or aaraMsiTATivKa. Mr.. Puvt of MaaHiehitla, preneoled a nxw imriul in bi luilf of Noah FIcIi-Imt, lately a fVrk in tiul H MiatA alio hail bi-ett diaiuiwa-J 00 Friday tuat from lit ailiulimi. After aouw r-mark from Mr. Pavw, aod tlie ralinir of tho memorial, Mr, I Km a-Jot! the uiinmmHi cavFiit to olh-r ihe CJIuwiiiy rcatdutiiMi ; whii h, alter 'aome re mark by Um- rtaaker, M' m. Ihtvia, I lay or Ala Uuna, and raltou, waa oruereU to lie on tlio lame f.r ate day 1 .JltivlnJ Hint Noah Fletcher w nKved from hi plWe aa .Winlant Ch'rk in thin Ibaiw, witlmnt niiy "illH-tent cuuac, ami ought to bo mi oteiliiil'lv n-inetuted. Mr. Mt Kav. lYoni t!te Committee on ComnH-rce. rep.ittil a KilrSnuking un appropriiuiiai Cr a ma- riiw) hiwnUl to U: erected at or near iliiiuiytKi, North Carolinn. Reiul twice and comeiiltel. The cnrMMd hill making niro)irmlioii' in xirt for I "Hi, waa read a thin) tiiin1 and mowiil. Tlio lioa-A' a.ljourm-d ui.td lliumluy m-xt. TWiy, January 2, 1".1I. rTK. The bill from tlwi Iliawe, iitakiii" ajtroiiriiitiona. in pail, for tho wriire (f the year 1 wa read a font ami x-mmI time, omt refcrml to lite Com mittee on Finance. 1'iblie H iritr. Tlie Chair then anmninced Ihe dPtctnl order of the day, U-m lite Report of i,e S-eretfiry of the Tiea-tury on the reimvul of the ileiNMtloa. Tfm Vice President llien Im.k the orc.aiai to reiiuuk, thnt all expression f ojiinion, on the part I tho liiM-ctators, ciceroini( the mattim 111 delute, wen? improM-r, ami would, ai no acciHint, be tole rated. adverted lowh.it hud taken place iu the gnllcrifH during the list two or three duy, by whidi Ihu dixoxuui.duu tatht Senate hud bis-n vio- lateL Htiitcil i liul the oHiccm were uilru tii to 00 heir doty, ami tluit, iu cit-s.' of any reia-titiiai of the impropriety, cfKttual nienn"Wimld In? n-sortitl to f,r the purM of wippressing it, by instantly ehnrin the pnllerie. - Mr. Beiiiiai then rone and Mke in Civor of the caire which had len purmied by the President in reimivmi; the ileposites, but la To re he had conclu ded his remarks, he gave way to a motion to ad journ. hoi -r. or srrsfiiETrvTivra. Tlie journal of the bust day 'a aitting hav-iiiw been read, A eiMV4HMt of order waa made bv Mr. Evnrctt, of MusMehiwetl, with regard to the consideration of llie meitMriid of Noah FVteher.-- Tlie Chair pronouneotl the coiwiderntion of Mr. Polk' motion, lain JeTIa.rii:fo:iS6Tfaw , I Utah-Hake wjtn MlmlLe's instructions, to lie in order, as the iinfiiiishr-tl laisiness la-fore ihe House, ami to take precedence of Ihe consiil)-ration of the memorial, w loch would cpuie uu.aa tm uiuiuiidkcd Uuuicixa r , . . - -I - - ... . . . mommy itexi. I k lUnoiUt QustuM-Nr. Tolk . then rcsu- inedthetltKtf.afidctjnUuwMl tjto emsjch ho cuniinui. ed"fln Monday" hn - ' When Mr. P. concluded, on motion of Mr. Bin ney. tho Ilouae ailjourned. . . .. . .' ' : TridayK January 3, J93 jL - - - SENATE. The Vice Pmitleiit hud beii.re the innate aeom- munieation from tfna-Seeretarv of iImb Treapmrv, in n-ply to a cull from the Senate on tho subject of notes dislunioured by the l.niled States Bank: which, with tho document, w as ordered to be print- ed.- . ' ' Removal cf Dcpositet.--The .Vice Praaiilent tliCii anmHinced the special order, beina the Reitort of the Secretary of tho Treasury on the 'subject of the removal ot tlio Ui-jMitntca. "MK'-fleirron then refairm"!!' his remains, and con- .tinuod, uii-U,. l. -o'clock, w-ltoa, w4iliMiteoming to a conrhwion, he gave the fkMr to Mr. Grundy. On motion of Mr. Grundy, the Senate then ad journed. Tlie I louse of RcpreBcntatives was engaged all day in the discussion of a resolution oflered by Mr. Sealed of NcwYork. r tho five per cent, stocks of the United Statea ; which waa ultiniatcly postponed. Morula, January 6, 1831. SENATE. Alexander Porter, Senator elect from Louisiana, apieared tolay and took his seat. " Mr. Webster, from thojCommrttee-orr Finance, reported the bill from the House making appropri ations, in part, for the support of Government for the yearl "Ml, with sundry amendments. ed to coftsider the aniondinents. , The amendments were then agreed to, oa in Committee of the Whole, ami were rttportedr and ooneurred in, nd the bill was ordered to a third reading. ''r ".' " " -"TWVii.i?rik-l44' Wro the ISonate a communication from the Secretary of State, inclo sing the commissions of Mr. Duane and Mr. Tanev. rcquir,-hy.g.caU denod to be laid on the table and printed. Mr. McKean presentod a memorial from Phila. ehhfim4ll be made in the United Statea Bank 5 also another memorial from a Bank, to the aame effect ; which were ordered to be printed V The Vice President preeentod a, memorial on the wlyoctof the dopo Committee on Financo. . . . - The bill makings appropriotion, in part, for Ihe support of Government for the year 1831, as amended,' was read a third time and passed.' Remooii- of the Depoilet,-The Vice President, havuiganriounced the special order, being the re port iif the Secretary of the Treasury on the sub ject of the removal of the Derjositos Mr- Benton resumed hi remarks in supjiort ofj mrwair, aj,l fci Kj4 Jo Mr. Clay, ami om. iiium - u iu r-iuni vikh-h, nrn, ,t, routing to a coocumon, be gave way ta a motion to adjourn. Moi'ss or rt-aKrTATivra. After reiuling the j.sirmil, thn Sneaker BlatiJ ((, thelLsuM thai tfniiiiemiiriBl of S.ih 'et.M.r preacfitesl by the teidleinn frowi Mawai liiM 11- Mr. lhivis, was Ihe unfini-hed laisim-M. ilMJ lioukJ IHiW bo taken Mp, UUleaa the gentlruiau ffi,H Majwuh'iJ1U ahiaild waive (r the present it, I . I . I . J... - 1 1 I - . nii-raifsi uinii ine nuin- arc raiasj lr l ilili.- Mr. Ikivi replied, that a genrleiiM-n were Iwbly ImpatHmt lupreamit Im mflliorials they ' -... ...... auum ao af give way as m to call up the considers! im ,f (4 petition until the State should have been railed. ..iii.-ii i.nin .ii.iip rin iiiu nil m ..... A great tiomla-r ol .titioiu and memorial preaitlted this day. . .tlr. Nikluti preaeu .il llie memorial f tlie R.,,! if Trade (4 the city of New oil, im-U ij forth iU ib-ninged stale 4 tho rurrrm y, ami ctm j y.,, Caign!a to apply the rw-cciMtry reiia-dy. . ?lr. IHnney preaentiHl a mnular im ntorml &,n (ls Director of tlie Pbilaik-lpliia Board of 1k; Tlie M'-imirial was rea!, order i be printn! am! referred to llie Committee of Wav ami M'-an. A I aim ma and tht Exeeulrt tf (A VnUrt Siuiri.Mr. I wis, of Alaliuina, asked leave of the I loose to old ra reaohitiiMi. To thi k-av,ui, niiman cooaeitl being uowasury, and it U-iuj vb-ji-cted to, Mr. Iaw'i naived to suyixiul the rule aim h m. quire tint unnniiiKajs consent of tlie Ibawe, Matuic imu uie oi.jH 1 in ine reoiiMM. wim to aret,-n collision and Ciaidict lietweeii .lite (iotenui-iit tiT the I'mted State and the State of Alulm.ua ii 1 1) subjirt of certain Italian treaties. Tlio nibi wa thfruiii lepemk-d yeas 113. Mr. Ii wis then olk rid lite following : HmAred, Tliat the Committee on Indian Adair Is- insinx-toil to iiMpiire whether tlie pnvii , the treaty of March, with tho Cna-k tribe of Irnlian 111 the State of AlaUuim, bo iiraisitnit w ith the sovereign right of jurisdiction 1 . nod Staia Wlllllll lis limit- , Bud Wtll-llM', Um, fYMMltHMI f-MH Iresjity baa so fur conllirtnd, jt is likely in naiftirt. wilh tlie operation! o the Liws of wild Stale over the country ceiled by ata lt treaty ; ami if so, lo in. quire whether aome act of legMalitai, cmtMstnrf with Ihe right of said Indians, run v not la neeen. ry to prevent such ronilirt; ami that anid romuiiU tee have b-ave to r-M)rt by bill or ittherwise. Having presented his resolulnai, Mr. Ii went at large into an exHwilion of' thn rvn-oiw liy which he conceived it lo l miptorted, a rel tif which ia n-ndered impratH-ahle at thi moment, dv iIm rKguhUi.Ni of the luad i, and the uou-smU ut cloning our paper in tune to im-el them. "AftiT atatmg the mture ot the disriirt tr lof-a - the St.ite and tlie Government, he sual th d wis-a he left tHme all was quiet, ami universal coojjralu- ' hi nils were evhiingiil 11 the prospect thnt the orders of the Presideut, to jir'tciitl li a fort ilje n--moval of the settler on Indian InmN, wotrtM fie de. fi-rred ; but sirve his arrival be Ivad receivi-d k-ttrn staling that a luri;e niilitury Ctch had been rim rer.trated at Fort Mitchell, and order, were rait ty them to art on tho 15th of January itwt. I'mk-r these circumstances, lie hud writu-n to the Swre. tary of War, impiiriug into the truth, and hud brea told, in answer, that the time could md be ettettk ed, ami the order had not been remked. I'wH tlieso circumstaiM-ea, he could no longr abstain from invoking tlie ioterpowtiou of Congress to de vise some nieasure which should pi event the ne- emly S -tV4uA in fon-e, ami olivinln tliP-j-tklx. wTso impending coIlisi'tn of the' two Gov't run-nlt.' In the course of his remarks, Mr. L- was very severe on tlie Exccutiiew laiui Jic charged airli iiiconsistericy In his cooduct tovPnrds Georgia and AlaharmCin cases precisefy similar to each other? find of rfiiiissiH-s in his ilntv. in not havimr aiKn- sh! Congreaa in. hi meawuKe, of tlie dilliciilt)'. ' " Mr. Stewart, md "conceiving that tlwre wag any preacnt noceshity of going into the discussion of .be "ibj-rVrnoyedjo lay the resolutioa on the tabk, but withdrew hi motion kt tlio request of " Mr: fnriti; lrhcr-W'iir.d' tht) rutxxarvS- actriw Iry 'the -Horrse- Mr. Jmics,. of Georgia, then Jook the finer in support of tho resciiutionitn a ipeechtlie 'repoift J which must also be deferred for tho present. P the course of his remarks, Mr. J. stated as a feet, within almost his personal knowledge, that 0w was killed a an intruder on Indian InnflV; tlie W he ncmnied waa not desired hv the Indians, but v another w hite settlor, who obtained oossession fti within fortv-eiirht hiairs afler Owens' death. Mr. Mckinley gained tlio floor, and. after pressing his eurpriso that CoBgrcss shopld on to penev which was to hanncn in Alnbama on tlie U- O i J-,4. teenth, moved an adjmirnme.il. But the House refused to adjourn. Mr. McKinley then moved to lay the resolutios on tho table untU to-morrow. . . . -.jQnJhis motion Mr. Davis, of South Urouw, asked the yeas and nays. .. " " ' Mr. Grennell called" fiir ,a second reading of W resolution, and If was rend at the Clerk table Mr. McKinley now w ithdrew his motion to v 6ri the table, and moved that tho conideratwa tho resolution be rtostnoned until to-morrow. Mr. Foster inquired whother, if this motioopff- yaitedrth jrciwktioawo the Bank question The Chair replied in tho negntive, unfesi w House slutuld order otherwise. The Bank a Con waa tlio' ahlTtiiiiihrifl hllsiriCFS ill, jnr. itiarois oemanaeu lire y - potporrnent. " They were ordered by 1b and being; taken, stood as follows yeas m BS) 107. .--.r:: - - NEW GOODS. hit. ni ) 1 wm. ilioi.il 10 nwii iuaiu.."-- Urtiii U, . FAIX A? WINTER GOODS. or 'UrNdlo I litJt Dl fi T u a I o .D v generally kept in a iouniry -e,B" 7, lSg . ...-1 . eDcnlTS. wr 10 puociuai cuaiuimi vu . . 1 ha nnitiii. am peniiftSieniociii.il--" r and judge for themselves, 0 ' rvvtt?T. IT CRESs- Salisbury, January 6, 1834. PO?iIs Illittli..