North Carolina Newspapers

    PR0G11DS3 OF RK1SON
trmm Ota ! Stata YiMfraffe.
THE NORTHERN PRESS.
Wo are glad to whs a more friendly lone assumed
by the northern pr?ss towards tw of the Sputh, who
hate duiered from them, oo me important point
tif. policy. No that the heat of the eontrorersy
over, mod that they can look at what it pacing
and what ban passed with an eye lea prejudiced by
opinions of interest, they am beginning to see with
cksarenisioo,.!- JJeUer ler JUigt Dretaii, ana iim-j
are beinniiiiiir. really to think, aa the Boston. Sen u.
' net expresaee it, M that the iiiUmluxw of both pa men
- (Nullitier and Nttynals) are correct and Iwaient."
MUctl is mined when the North thinks thus. All
we iaant w for tbeiri to think and judge candidly of
our acta and of our principle, arid we fear not but
that all the party outcry that line Wn, that-we
vwant to diswjve the Union, will v.witdi into felr,
nd the people will eec that we truly value'lhe
- Unionrtnd IhatTrr ahow thi-wheairamcaly
contend far jneaaurw awl principles, without which
we iincerely fear the 1,'uioii will not be of long du.
ration: '..: 'iV.
We (io think that the people) of the. North must
acknowledge that thoir pre has a much more
patriotic appearance with edeh sentimenta in tlieir
columns, than wlien they are ttltd withdonuncia
tiona of a large section of the State as aeekiug a
dissolution f. tliJ'nion . -i ,
It certainty would have noamnll efbVt in turning
Way the fhoughta of anv if there were any no
ignorant 01 Jimir ime iiuercm, w ab
lution of the Union
I waa but tlie other day that we republished,
from the Boston Courier, an article avowing senti
tnenta that it gave ua very great pleasure to see in
that quarter., To-day we .publish an article from
the BostoW Seidinel, an article oo Slate Rights,
which ebibita fooling Ihat ought to lie encouraged.
an a iummioo ot douunui powers, dw ny a iw -
and euergctic execution ot tlioae w men are tncon
testiblei tire tornier -never faile'to- pshiee-etpt
ciou and distiiist, whilst the latter inxpirea respect
and confidence. ".. -
Aa matter of (act aimplv, nullification exists.
Whotlier it be a rightful remedy, or not, is another
and dilfirent ouestioii, I here is scarcely a Slate
of the Union which haa not, by ita legislature go-J
ing a atep beyond even the doctrlnea of south Ca
rolina, arrested the execution ftf Fedcral acta on
tlie ground of their uocoiwtiiotionalily. The great
question is, what limita ahatl be put upon it, and
how shall we hinder Ha occurrence T
njjiJ&e&mi HoutKent papera, nd tr.
ticularly th. of Houth Carolina, are conupuimy
discusmnff the nrinciolea of" Stale Rights," and
waning Duiier. warfare, against those, who do. not
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4alfif.i 40-41
Our doctrine is not that State Legislature haa
any right to Interfere, except to petition and to pro-
u?t. . It tK'Migs wily to the rjtcrLK 01 me eiaie
to excrcuw this high act of Sovereign Authority.
The legislature, therefore, cannot precipitate tlie
State iutoaucba contest: but wJum aiwh a ' pal
pable, dangerous, and deliberate " violation of the
Comwct occur as to ansise the pople to action
t iiiiha theuLta tltruw -ou" ihoir-uatural i iner
it, they p it. '
The people of a State bcod together by the ao-
ciul compact, funning, a iitorul ienHMi, have consti
tuted two attorney to exercise thoir innereut sove
reigii powers. One invested with gwieral aulhori
tv the. Slate Ooyernrncnt. The other, with ape
nl fHiwers. lo witthe Federal Government.
Should the latter go beyond tlie prescribed limiw,
U acU are invalid ; but it Unit bclonirt to the priu
cipat to msaffirnr tliem; whichw oi-tend to-bfr
me people o eacn aiuie, aiu o"
incut.
Great danger ia apprelien'led from the abuse of
this power. 15ut tins danger must aiway exist
eome w ht're. For my own part, (it is true I am a
Wbiif,),I would much rather see it resile with
those who have Mirtod with most of their powers,
and who pay to aupsrt the excrcite of them, than
with those who pisses the powers and who receive
ami batten on Ih Jiioney,
iB'BlwlfCIWt-ttiliiBTWtiwiirM Cwrrliin4itfW.
la cuikiulLthe. iuterfla.iiiABf.an.abwdute.iriaj'jri;
ty, Isit, aa far as possible, of all the part : Aud wo
are for imUinif sih-H checks uimmi tlie majority, aa
will ornveirt them- fwHii " ndinir Hi.'h ntwsl over
THE CAIlOLliMAiX
Saliirday, Orlober 11, 13
onhend tha this ia ell a controversy nbAiut wpjilaj
" and wHhiiig tae ww- tl prrtrrta nihil. As to real
Wctirtl.Btate Rlhta, Jhe rssithern States are not
pVculiar lit austalning them. There are no sple
moie devoted to them than the people of the North
rn States, tel any one Hinte Right be violated,
and the north would be iwusod at mice against the
angresaion. It is, then, a nK;re ditlitrewe of opi-
- oion aa to what constitutes a breach of State Rights.
Tb Carolina ikwtrine is, that the Natioiuil Go
iTtmrnent iinii no right to imi dnties n fitrt'ign
- importattotiB for tlie prierti of lomeio indu-it ry .
The beonle of the riortliern, lha mldb', ami the
western ltaea, think differently, and are willing to,
austsiii tHe lloveriimenf in the same enactment of
inch duliea. In short, what a larpe" (s.rtion of the
atthern people hold to be a violation of Stule
- Hiirhts. a bnr oorliou of the. rest id" lha Uniiui
- -insider tto violatio of any. right at all, hut.,.the
Iheri discharge of a constitutional duty of Congress.
h ia then a alawe of terma, to pr b?nd th,at the
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Kxcuse tne, Mr. F-ditor, for one word morn
We see too much reiisoil to fear that the present
excilenient rims end m a cliun-e l men niewij
and not (the higher object at which we aim,) ;
change of rHiNi:iri.E. There are thone in the
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community wn are pouuesi in ineir oppci-iuuu 10
the present executive UHiiriw lions, who are averse
aimplv to seeing these powers coiicvut rated in Jhe
person of Andrew Jackson, who Would, neverthe
less, have no earthlv obiectiona to aeeinu them Vert
ed in the office of I'rnsidmit, provtiled it was filled
to theii sutixfiiction. II is tlie latter we oppise as
imich as the former ; and do not, I prav you, Mr
Editor, ftit-niati' rfsr "as i "unpatriotic and sellish,
if in this great contest we raise the banner of Prin
ciplrt. mui desire to be known as, not the Anli-Javk-
son or Ami-Van Buren. but the Whig party r or if
you please, 8TATK RIUHTS.
ruYJcariTU
BOAT COU.C M. .
"lata in wntimrottn'li tlinaerho w'h theoarr-J-to the. Nullifim .rate wi,h la;
vation of Slute tiovernnieuts. It tlie Constitntion we ihnt desirable end ; and, o lung as the lutti-r the Nt
liners win im wlimhii w nmy nrrnsi! nrfiIe tr, iu-
STATU SOVEREIGNTY. .
Havinff now published the Article pf Confederation,
and tlie Constitution, with it amendments, we ahall
proceed to make such comments, and to adduce such
authorities to ausfsin them, a will,' in our opinion, tend
to (five a correct exposition of the nature of our ni-
ptel, tnd of tli rltie right tod powaraot "
neinil and State Governments.
Some person entertain the opinion that the respec
tive Stater tid inhe wins relation to the United
KtalMrthat the Colintiee do to a State ; or, in other
word, that tlie State are nothing more than mere cor
porauonsy or muaicipalitie, that derive their powers
from the General Government, A grosser political he
resy can hardly be conceived. The very reverse of this
is true. The General Government is the creature of tin
fiTaTeV" pwefbut wliet.it 4erty"tf
from thrm, ,
The second article of the Confederation ia, ot itaeir.
aufiicient to estabfmh our pmitinn beyond the reach of
controvert, in the judgment of any one who will con
sider it candidly, end with uch e spirit as uUght to in
fluence an unprejudieed inquirer efter truth.
That article eays Each State rrtuin its soverenrn-
ty, freedom, and independence, arid every power, juns-
Ijctiorl, nnd richt, which is not, by this Confederation.
Hprcssly dclgdfect W Tfie'DiiiteJ" States M tSfftgrt?
aa8ftmhld., TtoJsmjrmnfuJmMJltWzeii
HWe tlierefore keepi t now, if tlie State did not po
$cu these attributes, would" it not be absurd to talk
rtf thir te' tharrt ! lAntfiiae Cannot tnore clearly 1
convey the idee that, at the time the Mtste entered
are lut forming be csisidt-red a CotnmutUm imdcr
"alicli tlie IJeueriilUoverajrCIK wan wexj a-,
it will be the guardian of Slate llighlM."
We might multiply, almost iiMltilAjtely, authoritiee
to how thet the State were considered eovereign un-'
der the old -Confederation ; and we could find u many
leudmrities for it among the old Federalists aa among
the old Republican: we diall, however, quote nui a
jew more at Peewit .;-.:.,
Iminediatelr after the adjournment of tne uenerai
Convention which formed tU Constitution, in 1787, tlie
sovenil States called together Conventions for Uie pur-
rie of considerina whether they would adopt or reject
the new Constitution. The Convention of the 8tate of
PBtuwylvania met in November 1787. Mr. JameeVMI-
son, wno naa iusi icii me ucncioi wm
was k leading inomber, and on? of tliat party who
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were in favor ot reducing ine wwer oi i
11,01 member of the Pennsylvania Convention. He
explained, at great lenpth and with much ability, the
various parte and objects of the new Constitution, and
in tlie course of his remerks he said" llie uniieu
Stntea already contain thirteen Governments mutually
indcpnnilcnt." , .
How could Janpuajje more cienny express me nsn-
vidual sovereignty of the State 1 Lleven years before
this they had declared their independence, , end, by the
success of their arms, they had constrained even un
wJnr ftF lha Imnii nil lrru.it in a lin : i
church organ.
Now, we have always thourrht that, where there jj,
a ditrcrenco, not entirely irTeconcileable, between bihi
or parties, tm magnanimity would require the weakft
mail or party to make the first sacrifice or peaceff, t.
ing. If tliis principle becprwct-Hwd if the'Natiooak
reatly bel'irie tliat tliey are more numerous than
Stale Righta fnen-and if, moreover, they really comi
der the letter true Whig why do they not cease h
denounce them, endeomflwer and unite with then '
defence or the UinstittitMai j -
The game they are playing ia rather transparent
deceive the Nullifleri. Th6 latter do rfVit supplier
any party for their good opinion f rtd, althotrglr'uj
are men, and therefore not entirely indifferent to ojfi
they certainly will not barter their principle to okii
otHce, or, it may be, merely to get into a Halt if pr
Mum. .' " ..- -.-
We have been led to these remark by some artclei
that have ap)cared in tho Lynchburg Virginian a
per deyoted to Mr. ("lay,) and copied into other popert
of the National Republican' Forty. Tlie article ,
allude to most particularly arertain scraps from t.
tain malignant effusions of Judge Smith, dcnouiKii
Nullification generally; and rr Calbounrtte able ii
tain herself to acknowed,e it. Hence ,t ,. evident, j-g
..T",..,.lL,TTv inrli.rw.iiiTr.nf flint IS o 8HV. IIMlerjeilfl-' . . .. '. , u's
ent of each other, the State must have been, and con
tinued, separately sovereign, at least up to-tlie time
th y adopted the new Constitution.
If the unaniimut assertion of tlieir individual ebve
reijrnty, in the solemn leapue 0(1778, end tlie other
evidences adduced, be insutrlrient to establish the tact,
then we must give up the point in dexpuir of being able
to convince those who reject the assertions of the most
authentic history, and the most conducive reasoning
orawnTro'in "tliai htoryT'T'' .
...- Jlut.it Jiaa becft.aid. that, voa -if -be- State isere
suvereiifn under the old Confederation, they lelmquisli-
ed their sovereignly when they adopted tlmCoiwtitution.
. We prppi u w tojfgi njijie Jim, pojiU
In January 17 the Conventioii of MaHsarhusetU
itiet to consider llie Coiwtrlulmn. 'Hierer as in other
Conventions, some parts of the Constitution encounter
ed strolls' opposition, and especially thut parfc-wlocli
pmvides that llie States shnll be Hiilly represented in
the Senate, which is to he chosen tor six years.
The oiij'-ctions were answered by several able men,
particularly by Fisher Ann. And here we will re
mark, in paswnj, Hint Mr. Ames was a Federalist, and
tluit, as a member of that piirty accused of being oppo
sed to State Sovereignty, und in favor, uf a strong Gc
nnal (iovt rnmi nl, and moreover beinj. a rnnn of extra
ordinary talents and attainment, he'woull not have
lent the sanction itf his nam. to eslnhlili what he con-
' in
State Righta, and their opponents are equally da
IJtarniiiiod. to sustain their own cowstnictioii of iImmm
principle,
"honest Ikiid uib lligeut men piay difii'r in construe-
tt.v-
TlHCjiW aa 'flii'orte ''rir ttifl i other course seemed,
Nr tne- iiiomenl, best ealeulaled to protloee hi pert
otial views. He is the author of that nmchiiierv
which has robhed the people of hia native Slate of
Lrf da tsferi If fiir oMhfeTTt5SrTtie iiVilives and
tntontioiia of blh partii's are correct and honest,
but. thai, iliey" disagree wiU iu inaltrs H' opinoM
llraleftrtewtcifeym
Ji imaUni ie itc nipu.of bilh partita lluite
111 ojfissiitMiii to an adniinistratbin
law attlJ the'Ciatltutioii at open ilefimice ( en ad
Biiuiatraiion that ha siaed.MpiMi llie wM'VlwWie:
uxMKsy of tlie natioiH and assigned ita custody and
cniporary use ana ornum io puniziui ugems : an
admmismtitw that, haa otiavertod thai 'pnat offic
Into a vast tnachtiio lor cloctlsiiering purJJosos,
jum) thereby aquainlered away hundreds of thou
sand of1 dilara upon unprincipled partiaana. Tx?l
Mil. higlniuiialed a nd ateiliguttt men ltma-og'tU4r4 alt frwt gowfev irr b- wiariwMnent of their puMici
reiung aooui cimibiiiuikw auoneue ami imaginary
' grievark-es, and exert all their energioa in Nwiinting
tlie pbvtiaM aggreasioii of a pertiwin grrvernment,
and llfl country will soon aettlo down in harmony
.,nd jepernl nsnerity, ",,r.;..ii.;,,i.i;-,iT---
you permit n, throiigb the
u:oluuwa of tii QatcUi brndly to ett few priu.
ciplea of the Slata Righta Fatty, whni objocta and
view a party appaat to be mosinderetood by
Vmimelf and )ioe of vour corresaondeubi.
The) first grand leading object thl polar Itarftf
thi partyt to wImsw patriotism a just tribute ia at
least beginning to be raid ui to prrrrnl m rat of
. vital ' fa"c rtuiaiKaiiiwrp.n
we prop we lo Im iot by exciting resistance tnd
ilieu"puttiiigii 1twu firctTlx. we tnuilTlliat
we have bit iip,m.tBiclLmUu4 ,1
r.;rii k ,, imWrf. hn IvtntVa- bw rmrv tn,,n. t lwt dWIVod of tlie
onnnni with its indeed, rntt lying et the yery Mm
diitjoa of our I ethml compact and which ahme
.1 carl nctunte oiijJTiii!2awtLincaJyx
inisc, Cioiliation.iuuL a JtrKl cunalruction. uf. tLa
Constitution, If the federal Umgresaltoe wjtb
tu ita prescribod limit cxerctw no diaibtful jpoW,
H ill M no. re im to d"T"if v( 'he Republic. Hut
open the port of Construction upon tlia illiuiifahle
ocesn bevd, sikI luuilch forth upon its boistensis
aorfuce without chart or dom'pasa, and a man need
be neither a pmphci nor the ton of prophet to
f r)ee tlmt tlie ship of state will bo Boon wrecked.
" iy'itb such pnncipTe of administering the Toile
tal Government) the Unioo will not last twenty
year longer. . ' v
Visi appear to think that at not construction
would render th Uoveruineui too wenlr, " Have
yoU never thought, air, upon considering oar poli
tical history, that every asmimption taf power not
clearly wjthin tho letter of the tompact haa ivsult
td and toust always result in weakening the (ir
Vraiuetitt Have you nevor thought that the into
trtiigth of tho UnM consists in the affiction ami
Imrmony of all it i'neniberat Have yrai never re.
W,h-A uporiihC truth ind feawaiablenes of the
' jiny UHtnvoraDld'worda of yka-l'rcitident Clin
jt," delivered in th Senate of tho United Stateat
--"In 'bA esor of a lon r$P tavel I have
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Tvr VAN BL'RK.VISM.
.... .......... w.1mi,IUMii lm; Biiimmi iiv ir. s;ic,th' v.;1: LvFrnnenl
pre wrenuoui in suppon 01 wiibi umy urom imo nia. u is a small sketch, out it wanndimruli e
one. The Ibiclor says;
Ar the same time; it can hardlv lie necarv
puWicly lo avow my utter abh
trrttittrat aolerrm leajrtie which bore them thnrngh-an'
anluous but successful struggle, they all considered
earh one individually mn,ree, and iwlrprndrnt.
And in the exercise of the rights of free and independ
ent sovereignties they met and established a tiovem
went with certain " expressly delegated" powers.
tlnlil December, Wil, very few men of common
sense, who had any regard for their reputation,
would have hazarded the asuertion tlmt the Suites wore
never individually ioiMrcign ami indrpiinUnt. With
out any other evidence, the second article of tlie Con
fe.ler.Uioo, which we have quoted, would have been
Billticient to confute an assertion so ridiculous, and to
overwhelm with coiiftision him who made it But, m4i'le'ed'- poJ" heresy;- His high sense i
... ..:t L - IA. .1.. ..r...l tdn.ius i unnlil naiimllv ImfO fiirhisl 1111 tviuimr m ri iimi'itrranfnliln
ll evil Hour, umiri u.o ...UUr.. ... a., umu,, u,., " j .jt- - t . , ..,,, , ... , .
and -vrought upon by se tlsli office-holders and apostate I construction to the Constitution in order to secure its :
. , .. ... , , "... --.i- v . -" -fx- ;, i -,'may e ttwrnbttted tionntrtnlhr'atiiratrthe honfirr aw
jiotiticiuiis, the President issued the Proclamation, re-1 adoption bv a people jealous of their rights. And what , . - , jf
' ,, , , . - .1 . , ii sill's ot running and successful' aspirants : but the di)
ntmiicmff all hisearly sentmteiitii in regard toour Go-1 ay tins great msnl lie says - - 4 .. - , -- . : ' ,
, , I ...p, t. . . , i , .i ot retribution wi I come, Wiien they, in their tura,ai
vernineiita donvintr that the Wates ever had auv so- "The Btatw Governments are essential part ot the . .' . " . 7 .
pirate political iihleiwrnlence ml, - iu fine, arguing 1 and the deTcncaor this arUcle is. dm
' 1 " "it- lmJunu In tu! npiunmiliAn Trio S.ni
II. Id I lua vxTiinv-iia af i hit 1 1 yt i r i vntivne. a itt - i
Judge Smith, who lived in South Carolina at long
he rmi Id get an office Mere, anil, when In slavish pre.
ciples drew him down, fled to Alabama, whence, lil,
the dying Parthian, he shoots bis envenomed urowii
his brave foe.
The National seem to be in a disagreeable qnat&t
ry. They can't get along without the help of the A'b.
liners : they therefore are kind enough to ctS trk-oj
Whigs, and praise some of their arennd or thiri nt
great men,- w hue 1 he on win ie mort premhroWaJrV
dily hold up to public edium, m some of their prink i
a Iruilur. Is tin the way to conclude? Do Uf ei
peel tlie Nullitier to a.it tlttm to hold the UMa
Ibr them to mount, that they msy tarn round from thff
leVaTHwaridlipTusHi their oupca below . We km
said that the Nullilirta would not barter their pnnriptH
for offices; and we Will a13, that they will out truckif
to any party to j;et a release from tliat pnsxrripM
which unjiistiiy reiui uion them. They know, and ill
know, thul they ran choiwe, between the other two par
ties, which they will rre: but, while they are enr
' ready to co-operate with either in opposition lo the las-
les measures of the other, they ere lor no oce-scfiiu
alliances, hut will patiently rest upon their principles,
and with tm "sink or swim." These principle in;
be kept under the ban durmg the existence of the pp.
sent AdministretHm ; possibly they may be kept dusn.
thniugh the influence of Kxecutive patronage and "Itf
of honor "l""''''" u"td sonie new eggression upm. the nghlia'
: the iSUites shall arouse the people generally to a n
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Huroiiiaui. JJv uiuversal coiwnl. un Bure.i im
r tiilfwf . 'laTwal I the' "op
pf ortr of ail the worst liieasures of the present ad
liiinistralion. His election, tlien, to the Presidency,
duyii so(wnild umm it -ihn'tornpf atrd iw
rttpHng mnchinery of New York taclics.lfl
object, jtor the disliiigiiisl
lliaied, oo accouut ut lha disor'in:y between their
political pniaiiples and my own, I object to Mr
sir.-.iuou.-,,, w "... - "'"-' w!,mnti1-Si)VKlU:U;NTY.ifthi( taU.-Tl.ev arV
i . . ... . j
, lw MnnoMM.M. -n aww I n tliA n nn.nim.lt. I'll
Wn frOlTI I l'WI.-ll n .II.-.I up Dja.l w Vl, IJIH1IIIIIIJ U
imlors re- ceivetl but lioneM people.
n niiynt
world, the mirala of men were so much absorbed by a I -..y i,. mim, I !" tilMe i an') "V lthappi!y,.it shook) neverjCous.hulfe
contemplation of tha ;e"fof nt WhieR was apperenth rrwm be mmunderatond:" Wa hs. '4r n.., VI (,vrnnnt,or tlw ecutiviJdauc-sJ
' i "ixje ii iiiv-ej avxiwru in u wini (tuniciem rami-'
Till tluit day comes, the State Rights Party will
aatslied w ith the prousl coiiHChHiotiess if their owac
ltZl! ;T-re,gi,,y of the State., ,d th,n
k u,.. k.- si . i i . .
:snhl. sure " and to o.vu th. -.,h,l f ! ",c .""" l"e-u I"" uy resiMee .
with the prrdWrt prrrrqplerof the President himsnlf
words, U
plifieg
metinmg by desrnbirrg the characters of the Senatora
va tOa oonwolsiwn f inflecting that, if Ik
hi. ! ' "
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' In ' ' WP ' " -vunauiiuiiuoa aettout t,Mh., Amrmssadors." -CwLTia an'.Aadiao.
W hy th antrtm-trv and tttrnofmlar
- ou AMioHMsaiior ui im; " a iktuiii ii u. .
Tl. ...i..l i i ..e i .......... ,. - ...rvisr
rftnl MitM.1 in M.int.nn. x I'tr ... " r I' ,- ' ' . lTu l
bitNiAfiTrnc1emation ( and it seemed, (1 while,!
i represent the lowr from which he is sent"
Suciwaa the candid avowal of one wlio ia times of
was stigmatized as a black
et whure writ w Jook trfttore
ocUiue-ia.jegfd to Slate Hiptrts
MPffiNTiJEVVj;(JB.K.;
WiUiamil-Scward waa noOiinatod fcr the aw
and Silas M. Ktillwell for the IaUer plRcel 'L 7CLV
F Tli rifessftTn 15 vor"oT1fie 'Mfflrtmiia'a&1
'"I T" puren, hare been excecduigly clamorous tgM
tnnkiUmUm AOal
7 r I nnl mir...nr ,1.,.. f' .'J 1 ... .
peered, and the general r-m.c pive nlaoe to the cal I r u"' Btaie
.i - ' u ' .1 ... l . sneered at Virirmr when abs nf Mi
1'ns-laio.tmn: it was fmmd to cont. ,n n,B,w m.... """""Wk Ambassador, to
R I i ,BW,e r 'heir republican principle by ridicoling da
rtt,Kr .w4-oomtnmtti of Mr. Stdlwn Isase be was onceaw i
Uie
lA'ijh as
State of South
. . .n , - . , sjoiiij IIII-nilVTT i
nimt of facta, and etill more erroneous and daneerons' - m "."-.I k
ftahictmna: nd tha PMMulanl u... ;uu. ; "P"' f "- rr Wim inose aooslales wiio
aiiaira,aiia reduced them lo the deirraded condition . , ' ' ..u.i.i- have subsrnheil i ih .hi. a.,., r .1 .
of passive to.de in the hand, of dnjng, intrigt,- . .of explaining away. -ZZ
rf...k,.sir-.ir- kS..S Lii. a.- Jii.......! To aaW thai the Rtatea were in.lr.n. --s- . w our qootattona " -
... iiiiii viiuKujiuxia hu i. viiiai3aiaTB.yiuLui umj I ........ I u.,... .. j ."--".., -. ......
i.u. u7 m TOiitm m njrt and tliat their
ii, llaVttoaJitviV'iio fiJuiiimt I 4 ct rroe of fhH r
4fvliwl6fTnaiis
,k i -i jr.. . ..
crved, that llie sjioila of yictory (thai ia, the peu. rre.gnty waa not impaired by tlut confederation, we ! 7? r nTr T i Y Y nnc'n 10 me
.,!..- . o:.. .1... .i.jf..v lm,Bhi rl k u . ., lonstiiiUam a B.ll of Kighuk deckruur what ruihts and
im innrjj in un iiiii, w un-v ro llie I'lW rs-i vi H"" mii iik mq ini.' . u - - - -
fVard,of the victorious!" Front ich codt-oi1 po- Knd tpoo the wh-do tnof theConfederatioii.-tpue" " HatratimdiHl to reserve. To tin it was
But, in ortler to katisty the erruple. of tl.e nst incre- ' "7 vnvTl rt wM "peU'enb be. .
tilicarmisnile, and" from it author and ahetura,
may Oodj la) bi fnercy, ever deliver, my country !
Repeated applicationa liaVe been made at our
Oflicc, by persona wishing to ComiK'le for mail
tbamc. They seem to have forgot tliat many ef ot
niiistdistingumhed men were once niechanics that ts
of the wisest pitriota and ataliesmcn of the Revolotn
ary tiiuus were uechauica: Franklin r'r'r '
old Roger S;;eriniyi a shoeiiiaROJW . -On
tnejlrtb MinMrtnC Whige Tn the City "T Net
leriTdA
sand ciiiiens. The Hon. (Julian, C. Verplanck pr
deft. The following resolution, introduced hy CoW
VV eUi, fxiitof of the Crmncr and Knqoirer. waa
nunmii adoptod :
" Retained. That the Mnrrhanta. Mnrhnnira. Mar
dukara, we will give a few other ...thoritieeof a later , , " U"1 ''"P0""" cduerat. tl.a resened fk(.tirerS) - WM mtVtr,
date. I Uutm unlerto remote the apprehensions of' umph of Whiu I'r.nciules. be resooctrtillv r.-fliietlH
In 1787 the Convention met to amend the Article ! Wh Wer ,nxlou for Mu,"e url rtiict,on, llie . close their ikssr after twelvo o'clock on .the three d"
of OmtWeration. It is well known that the diveraitv !WBmWe rrellent' - HuiH-ockt proposed the approaching ei.xt-n. and devote Ihemseim-
loiiowing article as an amendment to Ihe Constilution, ,,u ",c"" "p V" ,',,!,e nlrn ,or "
vis : . , .1 the preMTvaUon ef,tbe (VniHittjpiitthAlws
t That it be explicitly declared tliat all power not ' ',u,,nie r "'' ""P"'-
It is well known that the diversity
MUtefc for the Porf Oilioe advert Mtmrnt' on II.- DI P"""n was so great, in that invention, in reirurd
ZSZrZZZZJWhjfitl ef TrnMlurtho liaiTsTuTfi powers- proper Ui be "gSven to the Ge-
J m I M.' ra ."V ' -i - " .-- . ..m-.t. - - tar'- " i - - - ; - L -. 'y "i-uisn-u uiai a,u IMiVTI mt - - -- . i . . .
iu .n.ut.ni. ii, mry iidvr, m course, LSirn Ulsappollil-j -.w. mi- cinn i.-.iiiirR, urn me i rtHiveti-
tWTRfnr)tjatirrua twswMy'wa'ivVi v of dwsoiufiw without conibig to
JiJSlbXJSlmttWulira ,nv understanding. It is unnwessary here lo enuinc;.
kwivou A ttwpnvileaft: and the govern,..
iin.M 1 - - a- n r - r
iH-nt, peradvtnlnret haa bist the chance of manv
W a iaajKl eutcrprisiug auttrmiUa, We
" VVIiv haa- Mai. llarrv not ordered the advertise.
m -T v ... - ? t -z .1
mciii io oo miioe in one a ine Kaieigii pflpers, as
haa tioiwloj;.so Imew enstonwry I" H'ntrw it Iib
tliat there ia no Van Buren-Reirericv-txillar.Paii,.
printed here now; and it wouUTnt ksk ao well in
rrjr'other.-?on'l 8toK'
Jingling- Ae tio)d Cain. tome of the north--
Lajrtj jmpera say that Mr. V an iren play ing he J
inaMiMntianK enTtlonwrer, and is jingling the goj.1
coina among the Dutch, and endeavoring lo pro
pitiate them by the eight of the gold. We can
scarcely believe it. We might allow euch a thinjr
in Sonator Benton and aa the President is infallible
nd ,can do no wrong, we may permit him to do
so likewise f but it u really discreditable in the
Vice rreaident. Hia station ought to restrain him
from any thiruj ao disreputable. U. 8. JtU
A Publie Dinner wka etven to dor. Poindexler
t Vickslairg, Miss., about the first of September,
I f I. ill. a a k .
wnicn wat auenneq oy errra awnwrrrd s4 nrty
peraoniM-op extra ordinary numbers whoa it la Bn-
dertood kat ia the town and cooirtj hr ar only
uv roiora.
-theorgTrjT"
talion of a new (kivernment. It ia eufflcient to state
that among ullim thre ve rmr tn make theTepresen
laiim of each SUta, 4 bmeb f Compress, -prn
poftionate to its population and taxation, Thia waa
wisely objected, to by the members from tiw small
Ute. And Judge Kllswurth, a distinguished member
from Connecticut, afterwards Chief-Justice of the Uni
ted States, moved that, m the Seriate, each Slate ehoubJ
hare an eoual vote, In the course of his argument in
tipprirt of the motion. Judge Ellsworth remarked
"When, in' the hoar of common danger, (in 1778,)
we united aa eqimls, shall it now be urgeu by soum,
thai we mast depart from this principle whea the dan
ger is over I YYe then aaauciated aa free and indepen
dent Statea." -'
On the same motion, Mr. Bedford, from Delaware,
renwrked--
That all the State at present are equally torerripn
and mdrpendent, ha been asserted from every quarter
of Una house. Our deliberation! here are a confirma
tion of this position."
Mr. Bodfbrd went on to argue in favor of confedera
ting on principles of equality, and distinctly declared
that, anrtOor then submit to a ptan which would crusli
the smaller States, they woold be taken by the hand by
some foreign Power. , -
Mr. Roto King followed,1 jTe expressed hi regret
at th eteeaaioo of the gerAJeeiaa sToaa Delaware.
HeaaieV-s
reserved to the several States, to be bv them pipm-L i mnntli. .ml IW J-aiKllisaa. aiuksara tkul tLsa W hlO tit
"uDrarthi. omansiti-. ih.t .i i.i i KmM' of the of the contest, arsl
i r - " aim ";eiv llUB U1U
Wlifc'i5imtiel Adaiha, rwwtej.
termined t. N.etti..fwvifeUOT.,-,.Tfaf
- t .i . - :i I
- This o,.oe.n,to m mimLm k, . ... r. k;,, I "r ' nergy, and one or ine awr
of rurhta. It coniWntwith th -,.,ut . :PcrBUle Evening PotU-has ettcmpUid to mil?!""
the presunt Confederation, tliat each State retain its ' lliem t"rel,t "of bloTHlshedlf the Wlnjjs .rrytW
wereignty,- rVein, -nd"milependencV, and every"rcSulNn in io "eKiC ' Prettycomliict, truly, for awl
j.uiouK-viinv u nifi wnrn ia iotexi,rpsslv-prorc!i8ing Kennhhcan nr ncio es and sn extraonlioarf
wwmblfi I diiVoUatlMliiiTnuritv of tm HsWisa frsnebisel
. r
delegated to the Uaitad Stalw in C
The sutwtanceof thia, which Semuel Adam said
was tantamount to the second article of tire old Confe
deration, constitutes the Tenth Article of tlie Amend
mentsof the Oonslitntion.
- "A VOICE IN THE WKST."
We have received a letter from an esteemed frW
?we retm-t that he rfiftUn ih am in nnlilicsl ren en
That we may not be tediously lontr while treatinf a ! "iff us to publish a communication which appeared
subject of such vast importance, we shall close our re- : weeks ago, in the "Nirth Carolina Jisimal," er
olefin aieWesiH
giiage, and ahall resort to no uncandid conclusions aiwl 1 the Journal, we are hot in nosaession of the piece alW
but will sufier our cause to ; ded ts and of eoiirse cannot aav. without reading ft
ui.ii vi iiiiporianre, we snail ciie our re- : '"w weeKs ago, in the
marks at present, md Teanrrie tlie "mjchrft'eV.1 the signaiufe of ""A To
We shall endeavor to use tne plainest poable Jan- As we do not exrU
iinreaaonable inferenei
whether we would publish it or not; for that wpuld a
pend entirely upon the character of the article.
In jnstice, however, to our correspondent, we 3
give an extract from hia letter, tliat bis reason for "
request may be seen. In doing thus much, we aM
fall if it cannot be eustaineil by truth and fail argument, i
MAGNANIMITY.
Some Editore and other person of the Nelional Re
puWicaa Party are constantly decerning ahisit the
heeuty of magnanimity, ami urging ,11 the Whig, to J remind our friend that, although our column, are
Zl! !r "urwndw rf Wr- alight dirter-1 way. open to a free disciisHion of politieai friarfj-H
enc of opinion, and nn.t. ,o patting down Uie great he must not expect them to be made media.
Tal. nir r'afrwut,v? !
rll?r L . T0n"ider -We will be ,), but in party wirAfw
Slllf Wrty. brtrwllhereplcaofviulin
EKTi fhroMrt.VBIr.iUwe wUl promise only u much M-raW
tf . keca tbey are very VilUng-imoue aaula! .! our.adversaxiea aW toua-TbiawdtWr
    

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