g the friends! T, reW-t the .II4 1. f .'f xp'H 7 1. ' Ifr " Vt w !.tte my J.ttle aUbt mat, approach ofpnv we tmt aim-cnly hope it nyj 'Tlra Hipff-..! 0 r,.Mo
A sri-arala 'Th nirr-ta l.nxnl . lU . .i. ..-,. I U reduc '' k i-i.w4 out loswa mihUh, llt li'lf'Ce j rwmll ill am ll Uiuoll of fenliliMiit and action, M ' Hales, ofMiu'.m count) ,mmm d ,
m 1 a .
W (Ixi coinpmmita then liilrmlril airem
( lr tiaih ami i4 l"n prole tioti. a ar-i
......... . ...I I - I,,,,, I.. ll.. .1. . .1 .1 1 j . . It ...
I r"' V laol tM. ' 'I' I" "'lug - j ir-i ws pa tn ti. ll'yt'
forcroHiiit of th prtMent Tariff, hriog Ml prepara- Kirvti lire rtmnf Jrar im revri.ue to I ji Ll
lion, only MN of theia Wilt l)W Ul aJvrrifd to, el by lis I --ailii M, ovrr it r -tja-iw-i-a, a emiv.
ll M lit 4HI uf Ida present duty on H,!ka frxn 1 failnj kl tlftO,.! j i:J la taiuuaU-d ll-at the
h! the Cape of (i.x-t II ;, t)f Ihrif Lrnig wledu uVU i U dwbr--e tftrtn th JTJr3.
first landed, and ocraaiiaially ire4-rrd, of f-
Stamped, ill Kurope, U foi imported lulu I In
eoytilry. 14 this way, and by ll pcesrul dir la
mination in favor of Huropeaa Hilka, ihe reve-no
lo-a very la rra emouiri. A mmm illw4raitn
1 Ue uii.l f uf pt !, ra m the I mlrd Urea
was, im 4i July 14. IU,. '1. Uuij m m
trre over thm inuudMt trfUi U-4 inr,
111 AIMMmI IIUUll trIMt liM (ir-n
Iwl atij(hlly tarW ainrw I lie L fjift- Tl nrnil
bflht bv mm ll dtarnwiilMllHitta, IIm rrftl raw : m ua (airoij W atl at an.Ul a4
In favor Frwicb Hilka, !, aiaiMr4 In Mr
3UU,(KKI yar and ll.al u,m in far Trrftrli
Wine tiiKMinU in nearly :'K,imm) mwr itwkmji
luat uf over Lalf a jiulUua a. )r, iW
ritcka, wiih only mm mIum. Ilut kiM am iWa
bitter point a, imlrpeitilrnl 4 Ui Hf4 uf Ine CM
prumiM 1 HH, ?gUlvm tnay L regarded m
Mill fairl opnMl, rt certainly ou(Kl mm to U al
. louirf4 M a dtcal and dilfirvlt a autjt, ja
caa iinrati eaana V il akall orctir, Itetbrr
ortilxiird or 1x4 with any incrwaw nr radMclKMi td
I ha lanlT Ilia I may brcurn riecr ry, ai anara
iimIhmi u( ravoiHM, by ()a aclual oidiUua)44MM
recoipU and (limrr. BJ far frur any M jia rdkd the tmJM-alK t Mr. IWry; aiill, a
CrcaM beinn nncmaary at prearirt, or brwarcti- : m vimltle and UmU, and V prHty
-lyrh Uhflcrairw hand 1n IW Trairy,"ad' u,f iIm tirataMtg nmr m,mml rrpxu 6-n
Im arrruuij rrrrnua umirr atwung U, w .a4 it lu
Ilia opinion of lha lA'parnuaM, prue amply aulli
vrj,'n aMia a rr ami ua a awl
aU mMMJ antira a tras.
lhn 'iMiinarr dnarnhra lha rrWify c4 lh
mat) M ka inf frmllr iacmaanl by lha ro-
Irur liai i Rail-lljUi ga aa arr4 of
lha laraM Li4 frua Nw I urh tu H aahmyiiM,
and allrdgea that Mhraa ihry mtm iuuited, mUmk
Btrvi ran4 ha raa, lha awd will ba Iraoa-
purtml lha h4e dtanr in 19 kan.
I'M Krpurt m hrirt, ad wntira artfully and
t-II. IU aUlrala, lalml, ar bid, Ma rale M
till biddrr, and Ihc &num-U.l ahurt,
cianl to anawer all ordinary orwamla, and, uoU-d
Wilh our other raourcaa, lo anawer any unei poll
ed demamla of no vary ailrawrdinary anxuat."
Tha Hncralary rwcoftimmla lha roinaga of pie
cea of gold of tha value uf ona dollar, and m
4mn that Ihry will im partwuUrly arr4aU lo lha
labouring claaw-a. A pt-re uf gold 4" lhal alu
would ba of about lha weight of a m mnd m yumr.
trr crnt pic in ailver, and- any ona can at onr
eroiva lhal ila liability lo ba l from the pork
et of a peraon who. ia hard al work, or, to be paid
away through miataka al night fr a ailver pwre,
would renuVr il far lna cmvrni-iil In bira than a
ailver dollar. We di hope lhal Congrraa will per
roil ua in IVan) Uama to myy lha w f the
. A-w ailver doltara lhal will miuaia in the country,
. trom tha nacaniiy 4 the raar, if wa do not I na
If eoft to utiA dollar ax4a. The awiawoa of one
ddlar g4d ptece would drive ailver d4lara out of
Ilia country juat aa fa at aa the former could be
-man at the mini, and we are n4 aUa lo ana how
Urn ancmily of the public would be inrrral mere,
ly by i niaVa bnin ahla to gt a g4d d-JUr in
aiead of a ailver dollar, ll lha Hn-rt-ury ia te
earneat about proscribing one dollar notes, Irt him
Ih gin iw Nw York, and refvan-to rerrtv in pay
ment of revenue the notes of any lUnk thai ah
ai liltle reaiecl for Mr. J ark ami's " hard awmey,"
a lo iaaue notea of a less denominatHm than fire
dollars, or lo receive on drptanie ihe nolee if any
L II . I. o L . I I I . I ' . L
pkii uaiia. oucn a inraauro wiiwhj im wiinie inr ' m-nmr id Mta
Coiuprlency of IM dnpartnienl, and it would sliow (tmr ; auj ahlawifh, at tr th Navy niybt be de-
wltal certainly reniama yet to ba proved, lhal all jctami to be all MiRirirnt ( the ptrj vt d.-f. ore,
Ki;y.KK.4 O.N TIIC PRrIDlT8 MDWAGK
tVmm ll PkOmU.lflm Gmtrttf f t W ImirU.frrr
la raa a war with f'ranre alxmld he the fewilt i the
Pr4i Bl'a riam lalatx In lallldlr reproaiU, M
aa , like prirt nit utinf ciltaeaa, lotoabai the
p"4mWe rOKt wmU ae Mfxa oar tea inlrfeAa
la Ute art air. the m n banU, l abae clauaa
llw war would ar aialcrtakea. souU he pad m miliU
ry fl7, um44 awmrj, hrh m a ora-a '4 rum
aralataia that Ihry uuU a4 be very willing to ar-e4
a Imaaialaa) thnr aVoMnia. Tbe first hut fired ia
tia war, rbaes all eoUUadiaf aeoainia by rtolt
haav lal a tkereiira namtntlf imt in the ad of
the ckuaaurts that ae aarald fn In war. tiu tar huaa
it. It wiaiid be Aanf Uieaa a aaluable iniu4a (a a
cWtm Im .aaai laity, aduftled ay I tie Kreorb Cenrin-aw-ot,
as thr haa ban. at a aeaiad ml ir I, waXh m
mnr-j, if aa full maainal aaauant, at h-aat a part
uf that anvatnC
la Ihe ttrtmi place, tbe war wtd rial the riaintry
pmubly bfj aaillnaMuf dullan of .aaarri ami errana
the au-nlW-e of IbiMaa of litrm.
In the thud place, 4 wwid caaaua a luw Im the
merrantilr tlaw-a, U aa4her 6ft y !! . J!r
a pctpprrtT, raptuml 'ifl the orran, by priialit-rs awWi
the Trench (Uk. ta all parts of the urU. ll m onljr
thnaifh oar tommerre, that thu teiremmrirt can bu
rrwehea by aa Knpfeaa Power; and are tkM !
(-el the eiierta of the eVaredatiuna that ld be rnrn-
milled epiai A by tiie reswwJuea of all the aaUaai of
In the (jurth plare, are ahiaild generate immg the
idb-rs ( our neintry a Unix fir war, n4 Ciuuil'tl m a
aeawe uf Mtaauil ta. bat In a fre re lut Kir olnikU'r
uf ll,e iUK'T, hmJ iu rrrimiia ittUuina, WimUi !'
bra e UBe heliia Uaa alial Uir aie. ll m ru
avtffl, ai4 rann4 iluuU, kmiretf, lUt, UJ da ra
e4 4uwiwx 4" ilia 1'rronlriit'a a.Niarri been allu
r4 :l tlie a. .ki,t Utf JT IHt afcULwd ka, a yet
W Ul 1 rual SuuUJ bstf prttaijtvl UtS S&am$1.
S bate a-4uul4 Uil Wavr cim ! wers irterrltl,
ad that I We aarlibe properuHiy of Ihe Cienrni could
a. 4 ba wUi y roriaionl, cither by arguiiK ul or an
trtafy." ; . ,
ll M vair, -mm repret, i the Pre-Jent, irtrr rerun,
eiendma, riuaU a lha Cooioterre of J'faitce diiect
and aMualrir4 war, f - Mter of tuariM! and reprawl
are aa cjiWp4 in the emii-i a practice i nalwoa
aaiaaJioad war, O tl--t authorise the attack of Kf m ll
sbiM, Um laoghtef of fmrk crfisrAa, and Uie teirure
of 'ro I) jieiiprrl f 4 at vain, weak, and nwnrerr, In
4ut laim Uf uilenliiaiuf Bienarmf: Aa much wias Ink wk
one down fair, tad Ihea aftirm that yon had nu intriv
bua of ima'luif. France m as little likily l he Vie
aiaed apns) by tha diatlailner, as lo be Uitilimlali'd by
the threat; sad sJ ee cituea, wa had rather tlie threat
had a4 bee aiade, or beinj awMle, that the (iweriiimtit
had "atnod ap to Ih ra L
I low, bavuig bee antslanalely inade, b the me.
Wa hkely to act aa Uie (K'ioI stomach uf 'rince !
Itow abuuU aw b d.ouaed to art, were wa eiinilarl
thraaUMMM I n-tura di fiance fur d (Unre. , ll
rraaca ia dwpie4 todo jnatire to Uie l.'nited Htab-a,
and rulfil Mr. Rives' treaty, her praie will liardli anlTer
ber to treat aiafer lla rW wttf naWally -aud
property Bay to Mr. lifingwliia: "We had trkmmhil
red yeur debt, sad anant to pay it ; but inatead of al
Lwing as tune to surouul the dilfir nil wa which we
hare had to encounter kaui ihe rrpr eaenlalitra of tii
I'ruple, pm bare eea S to hate m-ouraa lo bullying
and Uirrata. No Man i4iirit will naoa-nt tu he IhiI
lied into a prraredure, altbi(h dieiiMd rolunlarily to
adt it, and 1'raucs la But exactly the fiatuxi to cower
brkee a atenace."
Thai will amiredly bathe rmirae wliirh Uie pride
and hmmr of France will drtate to her. Hot Miinawi
her ua willing and detrnibed oevrr to pay llw ili'M
he baa ackawirde4 m )w ) Why, llw the l'.i-i-dents
Meaeage furualiea tbrtn With tius hot of all m-
cow mr m paying.
n-xill inamlia uimai of ptMilniM iil aixl si Imsi, aa Unles.ol flliii,aicaiiitj).ni-1.,j n,ll(i
may allow our fi-nra lo Im j?rnitMlh-a, ami inir nb ami onl.-r-il in U cnri.ll.-d.
What, n that event, lathe pnailam in whirh Uie Hern
baa piaeee! the coimlrv ( ne of two allernativea is
hh hona u I without pMimlalnii. I he dn) la pro
7 . . , i ia m tt . .i . a
haldy in4 I'l-tiinl which win luiiy im um euuuu.
TU Hor-aker laid l fl.rg llou
ut m nt litis amalMaiiitou, - It rtiirce n4 nnH h rntlon froiii llin I'uIJic 1 r,
fil ial atntcnicnti i4 tlm aftuirt uf tha
"I f. Ifatou;(
uf Ihia Hlale j hi b atalcim m, crt
KrwiviMl from lha Governor t n
milling Ihe Annual Kcpurt uf lU H,m,A J !'
nal IinpruvciiHiili whkh Uep,ltX
lai nrioleil. 1 M
. . ..... ...
;.. prtrnlfj-lij Mr. W. t '
riairaln Ihe Mouliroincrv (.'..Id M...:7 ,7M i
jMn heart ami hand in lira dt toco- Ity -lr. Ilulchianri, hill Uj iiorisfBis h''1' j
ml Ins hcarlh, ami nmv lin n) mil Carolina (Jidd Mining Compnny. U'.-1.''
Ihe Inml to upbraid us tr iMgli'cl read lira fust liiiw and paaand. H
aagariiy lo 'rr.'i.', in (lie womb of lune, ilia cin
hr) forms 14 giganlia j,'j(reai4is niam imr orar
rl HkIiU, whn h are lo ba reaialcd only by lira
tmitcl fonu of utiAiiiimiua peopln. 'lira bliuk
clouds are gHihrriug iu lira North, and lira Ihuo
ih r, tiiiiiii ring hi lira iliatancc, gives fi arful warn,
lug i4 Ihe fury id lira impending alorin, brewed in
lira dark vault id euvy.-ataricr, ami fiantic blind
liiiwtirii.m. In lhal hour id Iriul may every nwn
. 1 . II 'j !.. .1 I. f
(4 every pany j
of lua cmiiilrv am:
Im a traitor in I
ing lo proudo for lira Minilitm iil of his crime
'lira Joint Committee oil 1'rtlrrul Ilclnlioua, to
which was referred lira mcmorml of auudry cili
tiiwi 1 4 lira li!ri'la of ( liarlmliMi, Kl. I.ukf'a I'a
riah, Orange I'anah, IVim-v (joorgo Wiiiyaw, bt.
(joorge's linn In ater, I'l Ch IiI, lin'nvillf, I'niisi,
Abla-villc, IVmlh loll, Kcrnlmw, IjiikiuITit, York
aiul Kiiurljiilniro ami the I'uiiJi of Christ Cllllnll.
n imaiatraliiig ainiwl lira waig) of lira amend "r",'"n d Mr. (Juimi, lira Commilles t
rnent of lira 4th rttcr of 11,6 CiiirulK"of tl.ii vmiMa99 kfM
, U'g leave In Itrj
ll.a hostility of M tbe Government'' against Bank
iM4ea ia m4 sheer humbug, put forth to tickle the
dear people. Aa lo the acheme of charging a
ai ignorage on Uie coma of one per cent oa silver,
yet 4 wouU aAeraanhi be nter to peroade the adrn
caWuf wac.Uaat aa anvy wa. thai necewary to d.--n4
jt fhaa wiims If aa army sere to be raianl,
aixh-r lot riiatme prevalence of aaas-amraais, it would
be err eaev to fcaretell the aa-ue. W e thuuld wimj u
and a quarter per cent on gold, it can hare a, to I m ..r, A.wmu, and iib put aa end lo afi
flirance whatever 10 preveuUog their axpuctalian, the fcnet-a f the patra-aa-jf ererr Wt br-aVrwinetr
if it be a mere tat at ihe mint, paid by the owner I the pf4e whirh hsu-ted naat of their libert), are in
of the bullioo sent there, aa appears to be iniewd-, capable of .Prermeit
d. It can hardly be ia conlem4aii.o to alter t "" -'' T "veci.
tha we.aht of tha ailver ina kv diunniahins the. . " "-'y r-f wv ine r reora cna-w.rr.ai
one par eewt, and thereby changing again lira re
lative value of ailver to gold, which ia Ike only
mode by which a eeig twrage could aiicct the ques
tion of xportalioa.
nnr ROWOf tk secretary , of.tuji
: Con t a ina little of importance, aava tha ordinary
amtuaJ statistics; we wilt, for the pn-sent, cuottiit
ourselvea with a brk-f account of ila content. The
" .Now.hUikluig, ail ahina of the linn, and
Irlgatea. . -
In ordinary, five ships of lira line, two frigates,
: and aa. aloopa f war. -v, ry-"s :r
la eowmiasiiai, owe ahin of ihe bira, rW fri
Ihrar mimr wha-tt writ oannsenre oa the tiKh of this
mrita. (tVcenaev) we nay thank fur it, ia sue loea
aure, the tlirea ten mr buvraare of the PmaleoL We
aay, " m awe Measure,' becaoae we have learned that
a pre-eiiataBg caaae baa brvevdure pruduced aa. India
i part of taaw budjtaa. to comply with the
ilfa-uaa' raauaiW aatuewed" frrww France,
galea, eight aloops of war, and ail arhnrsjera.
'. "Tnlal, Iwelv tdiipa of the line, thirteen frigates,
l-Hirteen aloons of war, and at ai ooonera.
---T sxwtf44lte--tuil'ling, and iriwii llKHas
In adilition lo llrata-., it appears that we amy coav
sirirc tkt buildinjf of live ships of tbe line, eleven
fnprttes, seven kopa of war, and laa sthoituersl.
',. Our vessels in cxHniiiiwmoa during the past year,
h:V0 l)ot)U. employed, aa IrarRUaore, in p4eFtMg
imr comnierce on the Mnditen-aneaa, in tbe West
liwKe'-OH- thff toft-'ft (ff tf? Xil, aivt in'th. PimIKt-
kOur Naval CMTe,couei4ifg comrnrwrnvwai and
wsj-rant oflkf petty, olliuerv aaanrsa, ciedinary
seamen, larnHprrn, aua ooy , amounts to o,u4:
and our marine Corps, under its new orgajiitalion,
will eonsist of oo4Timi4on4d orTicera, non-ctnuiuis-akmed
office ra, muskiana, and private, to tbe Dum
ber of 1,283 making a total of 7,35V
Tha Kenort informs us that the ITv itacka at
who had" oponrtanitjca of iotrcottra with the public
tea of that co-UlXiy, Ute (JUl Ike pmUicmlm mf Mr,
.aa fcrtee.sVrfaeiac liar IrUiabMaffl as aVraa
lae ra far segarasf mm, tad eadarrat a genera arai
mtmiaf aUia i ili m, and thnt thgfprjrtiun were dc
tfrtti'tivrJ to etiiplor it u I weap. with which tie-y
thmk the rag otrr&ro: the miniiry. The gaoie of
party aria re is andenbul at laris as well aa at our
aest .4 (einrenuoent : ai J aa the French (eiverintieiil,
l,ke iiut of the LaiUiI Ulcs. t a RpnatiUua Go-
vermre rtfih wb ca tbcjwrse atrmga caaaut e antied
lit' the uleaaureof the treaty makirj deuartmeiit, every
advantage will be Ukea of the deia-ate posUaai of the
Matatrv ta refct em e to thai ninrct. It ia qnite pruti
hie, thai, had a4 Mr. Kivea' hUer brew made pahhr,
s- - - . . t J .LrMfcre .4HaaWBaafcaYaa.aS4r.nk- aBaSkaA aasnaaaav sBaa.aatL
fa-iaWawrtaCf- mWtHmv aWTW wsw-B-ss ibbihCi
ViaaJAa4LiUhwaaal at awearfiv dayrwd) tiutv-'iid
Bfexi tbe cuoduct ol t.4aigTem. il they sftuuld, as tlM-y
ouvlil to duL act their faces against anr oH-asure of
Ulilv, and SMiecovllf if they atpnild retake the a-lrwr
of sorb a tadtcv. vbne ke-oT tike- soon I or tne Jluui
aprk-ara atdl to puraae bim, they woald make an im
ari itsiua wntta the Frewrb rVrade aad tiemni.T.tTIit
conai nut lad to toad to a fulntaaeat vf the trra'y. It
n v -mf to hriref a tuaa; Jtaliicn; to reaiua if W
duuui vowr M ") ha face; war eajry to Jbrce a
brave and powerful aaliaa lo do evea what ia demand
ed nj jitce, if acrrajucit IJ taraus ol isatfeajtc-a,
riirei- caa reiaur all the wrung done to the French
eJatosaats br the FTeMdent, if they shall adopt a mild
anasnaaunuas apeI to tbe generous fc-elings of
the t rent VntMrad of -a-cutaduc the vawsur the M
asge; and we are not wahnut hopes that sarh wdl be
their course. "
From tkt RickmmU Xlig.
h is vain tor the President to disclaiaa his piirnnse of
aaraartBje Fmiice. lie dnea wvenace her rathe ftroog
meviUUe var arrtb France, avowed or duyuaied ur
a dugracrful backing But fruro Uie gruuml he baa takvn.
Buuu it to oaos to WAR. What have we to
gaa by a war with France f - NalWm-a, m this enlipht.
eoed aire, do not mttowarupuaa pantqf h-nr. When
they go hi war, Ibey expect to fain by it What have
we to train by a war with Franee! )ry blowa in plen-
bownr to our wagi aa inealniialila iuaa
f private property, and a new Cebt of one or two hun
dred mill mi.
A to a air of Cuuuuerce ssixuitr French nr-weriv
and Fri-nch alnp where we can find them the Fn-iii'd
ia that tw are liki ly bi call lr pwtola alMi. And Uien
I. - t k . . . . K A. . . . . t I I
m mmww mw io rrn ' n raim-r wnai nave wr not ' tiw
u-.-e; vv. na.e ten Oollara U pr.any in rranre, 0,j ,m( H,1c ,)(
aa ime umi r ranee na in ine i nne.1 malea ; aixj len
luechant ahiua mi Um hiffh aeaa, fir one tfiat Frsnre
baa. Uu tha other haial, Uie r rench mihtarv navy ex
ceed ours aad in privut'rtii Uie French Lave been
Un hard (ut J.An Ihill huruelf.
It is ahnrJ ami rnliciilottii to talk of war with France,
unlet that war be exlreim-ly and lmlt-wtvbly necea.
asry.. t a aillv tu talk nf H n the way erf ratrulntion.
We have millnxia lo lore, but nut a ccul to gain, by iL
Tbe I'lt-xuliiit has acted unwiwly, nudily, precipitate
ly wilh the pamun a hot-hi-ailed boy, not with Uie
wwlian and fi-rei-a.4 4 a Slali i-nmn ; and we Imn- that
t'unrem ail!, with pruuiiUlude. rcuuuUui li. Suu
in trie aniioiie Uirjr iNi'lit b occupy. ,
Briftesfy, a war with France oo--lit to he abhor
rent, unlctai unavoidable in houur to every Ainericaa
Franre has at.! by im lias derived her love of liberty
fnan im, aa.1 now aUnda at the head of Liberaluiiii in
Utc obi world. TKe kV4. I:,.... . .... r kTO
been unjud, but Ihe French People are our brethren.
THE SOUTH CAROIJNA COMPROMISE.
- -: Burton and Norfolk are fully aureetadu), ami re-
" " j-iimnuuuld mi at Vnri. Tl ahtn rieevunrneAda
...... e , r lonlv dwectlv and insulliazlv, but prrmatarery, to aav
Pnmeni! :? "iT.J the impthcTof the atepr frras Th tbuii-
. mwinVra on loreign attt.aia; aua itra rcunnai 4filf xr ,w ari.-u-fv fluct-afin&.tj,c
lira ynartmr Jtwwi rsjr of tbe Aavy lerHa.r If-jjem oo-hi k, ba4e waited to are if the t"hanibers
gives a statement of the Navy rennon r uml. Ma j amild rid hare revua
most po-utive aaMina-
disbursemeiile and Dumber of mmiii.aiera j it irnr$
SaafafWWil n-cei-red "the m
-by the iramtfrr lat dutr ta
"itfetifTMuTwkl an ippropnaiioii
to the Navy Irt4ssn,a
tioT&m: - Pl-r.prtB ; the
had a better argnment niepi-bdrag the bellicose re-
nafely of steam endnea, directed by CWreaa, baa etw-d,t-s rf the .Me--e! The Chamber ofDe-
4 been made ; ami mentions that the acite of. the j potiea had rejected the appropnatm a rolnU.Df, the
Nam Airvhim, m thw Uounty; Una been cfvhxl to . treaty. The ITianiber a? a popular tmtiy. ana in popu-
the General Covernmenl by thia CoiniiKMiwealih.
..Tha ILepurt k.an-ordiuaxy f-udonnancav
hu bodies ra(hintr ai aaore nama U-an that wnat is
rejected st one session ahoahj be adopted at another.
Moreover, the IVeMiienl atkoww Itsle that he tad of-
Ing nothing worthy of-remark or praise, aad wrrt-1 g. .j pirt,re aurancr," ic
len in i I4ylc (hat wwild hav rrtrr m act tlralesident have
Dor uragraced any cierit m tne wpaniue-ui. to.
r-WW?OKT orrtn fWrMASTlEXIXIt,
.1 rtwagra and ua-iatwfaf tiry - it is devoted al
most'exclusivt'lv to atatemetita intemh'd to excul-
Dlhe Dr-partmcnt frooijth charges receuly
?ht against ii. ' .
According to Mr. Barry'a account,
, the Department was in debt o
January 1,1834, $315,59? 9S.
roftaire from January, 1, to June 1,
1833,. . . . . - - tl,44,269 69
Eipeiwea during tbe aame time, $1,400 45
? fcdaiice, $47507 2
paused to Jeara the rruh of the second deliberation of
I the French Cbamtm I. A we had waned w entyrRve
f elrs abeadTlniurht be bj4 bate waited one year ipnre.
without any derogalsotl of naiiijnaihonpr. JJra mure eJ
permlly as he nan aurare wai w utrumc u
vtrnrnent of France" the h'mf and bin Minwrr
would prrtM the aprropriatioB at the ensaing eeawon of
the llvambersr tve think so; ana we oo noi aou
that every politically aane mind will concur ia tbe opi
ana. rpoa this pnint, the National Intelligencer con
tains tome eariood rafcrmatme. Warlike ar the Mea-
aaee .'is. we are riven to'understaed that it woo d have
- f . - a
been yet more an, but tor the nrwest rolerpamiuo ot
the President a advajers. 1 it paper aiys:
We have mid that the Mewaee, as &r aa it goes.
ia charaeterstic of oar prear-nt Chief Alag-strate. In
myuif ao, we do 14 bksjb tiiat il excuses ail his Cet-
iVoat. (Ac Soudur.Tiwii MulSiuU CUutit. -
" We iiuert Ts-liw "Ora Keport of the Joint Com-
miitee on r egVral KcUluau.
We do. tmt regret that the press, of other matter
has fiirred us to auspend lo Ihis uie. period our
Udararvwions on ' a w-iid tie touchinjr the
botMir and well-being of our country. This sub-
(yectrarmnt hetnocatmlv ami deTila-ratel v considered;
Jaial i( 1.1 afler ail ejitmiiiatiiMi, eool and duuuwoii-
ate at lejastlhat wc are ciunpclk-d to dmapprove
of fhe ureunatanced 4 this coirinHiii(i.
The Repn-t Trrf t indeed unexceptionaWe";
6-r mi iitnnuf the State Right Partv ever ii infill
ed thai the nath imlmlcs anv ohliguti.Mi im iHiNut
tent with tbe duly of obedieitce to the Feih-ral
CVmatitutrnn T arat rnrm-riyd:yij
CwiftFlrtweeohe" the Stale,
and not tbe individual, would he the ultimate arlii
tcr, lira ol-ject c4" the amendnK'ui sr-enia hj.be
aibf-famiajly attained." TTra'onlh never was intend
ed to oarirol the opinion of anyr hwt t gwrrd
against the couiuiuanoo 47 certain ocrricstructivo
of the imlrpi mlince of - tha If ihe npprKi.
two uf (he (Tuioa. Party has arinen from ajuisap.
prvbeu-uo a thih point, we nreghtd thntlhe ti tTi
culiy has bcea rvmuved by the explanations of the
But why has the Treasam Bill been dropped?
We are somewhat at a ham wheib - regnnl
Ihia uM-asuaa aa a Condition or a cwwr-rpience of
the conciliation; but, in either liht, it seems equal
ly haWe to objection. The intent "of thi hill was
to- pimifdv aet of rebellion ami forilte opposition
to the ultimate authority of the State. Now mi
Lone.. cld mwllo find- fWidt 'wuf- hrw' mtsnn.1-
We ami so esu-eutral to the safety of the Common,
wealth, unkv-M from an awirehensnon of hecnmilig
peewwwllv liable to its penalties: the very fact..
ineiclore, (if such were the taot ) ol this enactment
being a ground of partv Wiii'Sk Sajm,JtdLitW
betciearrfmgeWevfic if 3Tnrstaw4f3rVirnd '
surncient reason f r enforcing it at every hazard
'""117 on i the other hand, we regnrd it aa a conse
. .. ' -I' .! .1' - ,
niie life im um uriaie com-manon, ine n-iiTiimi o;
the Treason Bill seems equally unwarrantable.
This bill was not framed merely to support the
oath : it was a irteasure of national defence, sugges
ted by the experience of past dangers ; a roetaire
that should long since have been adopted ; from the
absence of w hich we have already severely sufier-
ed, and Air the enactment of which there will ne
ver be a time more appropriate than the present,
rendered more peculiarly fitting, too, by the ab-
.oc of that iety division which might Before
nave given it a party aiect.
W rfj-eaf, that to a conciliation bafd on, or
connected (as this was) with, the rejection of (he
Treason Bill, consistency and candour compel us
to express decidedly wir dissent. But we object,
not because we underrate the advantages of domes
tic peace, but because we set a higher value upon
those measures that have been sacrificed to pur
chase it ; not that we love Carsar less, but that we
love Rome more. Since, the re lore, the sacrjhee
baa been already made, and the people, aa far as
we have the means of information aptiear to. be
coutcut, we shall hail with heartfelt pleasure the
red bv the oath of oflice in the proposed amendment
of the .Constitution is fionsistent with the Constitu-
tion of the United States, that public tranquillity
ml frmernnl eotictTrd -nwy be restored airKihifthe
Chairman of Com. on thepuTt uf lht Senate.
hlale, bi'if leave lo llemirt
Thai they fu l thul, under a (lovcrumeiil like
mini, m4 only every real grievancu of (ho citizen
htsild iiHi l with prompt mln-aa oo the art of tin;
Irgihilurc, but that even imaginary grievum'ca,
rouimg from a portion ofiair fclluw-citizcna, ahould
obtain iU rr tful cNiiili-rnliou.
Diti'Htri of ull cvlniiHic com-iileratiotM, lira ums.
imiriiilixl coiiijil.ini (hut lira oath provided for in
lira aim-mlim-iit of I lie till urtirle of tint t'lawtilu
tion of tlna iStiiti-, to la- hereulU'r taken by every
peraon holding ol1ke under ila authority, ia demj-n.
e.1, by a majority of lira I'eople of Ssith Carolimi,
lo iuipota on the .Mriooiuilt obligations lo lira
Slate, inc aim aii-iil with iIiimw which lliev owe to
the Coiwlilillioii of the Cuited Stutea. 'I tl Its opill
ion rmir Committee consider alto-iher groundless.
Ttray have no hernial ion in alTirming ihe l-eue-Tthnt
the said oath was hi-m-iI Hmmi ami ado4id by lli.
Pcoplc of South Carolimi, withiMit the mt reunite
intention hT interlermg with those ohliyations a
bet'ieie winch la "coiic ur re id wiTFi lira coiivlction of"
your CiHiimitti-e an to the true iiiterin-lalion of the
unth itM-lf; &r whil-t the oath as-rrts ami main
taina tin- .Sovereignly of Saith Carolina, it cxpn-as-
f ly proviile for the tniirt id' lira C.Histittilion of
'ill,- I'll,!. ..I Sil . I.U I r.. Iu ..(' ull ll... .
. fiti.u uiuii n, Ul.l linn- ill, nil, if, ail ,
cilixi'tiH of Snith Carolina
we to a coiiiMU'.t which alii- solemnly iniulo with
her si-der Sl.iti a. To wipMMe that the People of
Sootli Carolimi, iu engrailing this outh ihi their
Constitution, iutenik'd to iiiiKiNe nay obligations on
her citizens incomfuitilile with their duties under
lira Federal Con-dilution, whilst iu the sumo oath
lliey require those who hold ollicc under her autho
rity to swear " to pmrrrr, proirrt, and tirfrnti,
tkr Cimttitution of iht United Statri," would ho to
suppose thnt the State was camlile of requiring her
cituuns lo inoiif ihe crime of perjtny, by assuming
cuolradiclory ohligationg. W e trust thai lira Me
morialists would not expect us to rcel auch an im
putation ; if it were possible, aelf-rcsiect on the
art of the Iisluture, and a deep reverence for
the authority o the People, would prevent it.
It apiears, however, that the memorialists fur
ther complain " thai if the th be construed aa we
are instructed by very high judicial authority il
might in good faith lo be in reference lothe lan
guage of tho Ordinance of 1&33, it clearly deprjvea
wbf the-Tihr rf Mlglft- the
tiiattcrs in dispute between ourselves and our Al
low -citizen." Your. Committee auppnse lira judi
cial authority here alluded to must lie that of the
Judge.of the Court toF' AjllW-alsi'wTio'livered" a!
dissenting opinion. ' How the firamorialists can de
duce, nay abridgment ed their right of lildirnrt-nt j
Irom the opinion in question, vour Committee are
at.a losslo.ciHiceive, siitcc. jt decjares, in terms ua
explicit as .caa. he usoil, that -the tiath inpliei tio
compulsory comormity. of opinion, hut provides
nione mr iMieiny ot comtucf, on the part of an offi
cer id the Mate, whilst he conlinues in olhce
With these vicwa, and, as it is believed hv vour
Commitlw;, with an understanding between citizens
J A I I il . - T
boi uew-rveu luuutncsj.auu eaiiinaimny -botti of the
majority and minority of the Convention of tbe
Peojiw of South Carolina, which assembled at (his
place on the 14th of March. 1833. tho ma inr it 'v
agreed to preterniit.ihj)..iiupiwlion-4d- nn )ntn-rjfi
Atlegianco by their own autlwrity. that tr miifht
amending the Coiwlitution in the ordinary modecd
ttw e,v:rcue of this -Siveretgn function, thaT the
scuso of the IVde might be taken," with all piawi
ble gravity and deliberation, on the high matters
in dispute ; and as some of tho-e -r-"-"'ing
ii- i Miresny projHised such an a)peal as
a pacific arbitraL.in of the controversy, justifying
the confident expectation that their best offices will
now be exerted lo obtain a general acquiescence '
VI - u.. . o- .i e . ...
hi r. niuaii wimmj, mini lira Umiaiios oa P
In whom the aujijccf hud oeeii ri.C,,,- 1""
againat tho ex-e,l,eiM-y uf increaai,,.
iM-dlura. dsieurre.1 in. .
Tlra Senate having concurred In the imetai
lo lira tmgroMsrxl bill lo authorise lira inpT"
of I wo Survey ora in lira c.amtiea of Mimte
ami Haywood, lira said bill was ordered to W7
i all applications hereafter tor divoren '
ct forth by lira imlifimrar in his ZS.
Jrt shall he regarded by lira court a...
y lira court Utu
thai in all
(Ira c.sirt shall Iw reva
. ii- .. . . ! i i
ier ih ibci, ami u aojmigeu ny a jury 0 k. j
cient, umler prna r rest rictK sis, to divnrra L
.i... i i.. . t . . aw
inu is ns ia ui iiuti moony, or otlly Iruta bid
board, tlra cisirl shall give judgment acomr 1
The engrossed hill for the i-t-iier repbjj
tlra County Courla of Yancey, was read thea
oo iiuiu -iiiM-p, -uwtim, wou uruoreo ui bt enni,
Agrwahly lo previouiarrangetiM.-nlalM(s
and iiM'inliera of the Senalo now entered ikaQ
when Ihivid L, Swain, (invermir cract. in '
of both branchea 4" lira Ii-ginlature, loukad
acrils-d tlra oath prescribed by law (rr kjia'(
cation lira same being administered bvtbilU
llenrv Seawell, one of the Jndgri of th RarL
.... .e ,..;.re.-!i.: n . .v"
v.uuii-1 ui urn auu i-ouiiy . i rcviuu ia ba bb
tK Htimi, llw (.ovenior rose and addressed tl b
wujTi Ihctmber 11, le34r
Mr. Wyclra, fnnn lira Commitliie on Finat4
which wn ri'terred lira Governor's Meagt -4
live to tlra resolution of last scat-ion, dirwciin.L,
tu have suitrtUo (Jrave-Stisies placed at that-n-i
of .MoiiilM-ra of tlra Legislature interred in ihwni
reported a resolutuai appropriating Muora 8-jau
to the lairial of Memlstrs ol" tlra Legialaturt ax
idlau-rs of the State w ho may die near hi tbtSv
of (lovcrumciit, and designating tha aaaaw 1
winch they kIiuII be interred ; which wu real la
hrst tune, aiul laid 011 the table.
Mr. Carson, from lira Seluct Comrntttet m a
much of lira GuveruorV Message as relahalii
(JoovuiUoii, to which was referred tha bill
ing a Coiiveiilioii to amend ihe Const i lutioi aft
Slate, reported Ihe same with sundry amendiwra
The httt and nmcmtuicut-i wcr uioile theanieri
the day for Monday next.
Mr. Kdmonstiai, from the Select Commiilai v
which was referred the petition of Joha Hyde, a
Haywood county, reported a resolution ra dm fcwi
which was read three tiuraa, passed, aod anbt
16 be cngrossod.
The Mlowing engroaaed bill passed iti m.
veral readings, and waa ordered to be eniu&i.
Thebill to incorporate the Burke County $dt
Muimg tranvt-" y--:-- - -"Mr.
vmwpreifcoini more efli-cfwiffji
prevent litigation, and to avoid suits in law;ki
was read the first tirncr,ind rerurred.""
.JWUSB OF CX1MM0NS. t '
On rmdioa of Mr. Sloan, the Committee all
tcrnal Iiiiprovement were instructed to iwimrvia.
the CTpcdiency of rendiiriiiff Black river, iafc
counties of Cumberland and Sanrpsonluvifi'Jt,
tor the purjiose ut ruXtiug, lo ita junctrao with
grt ttver. rr-- - -V--: -
Mr. Bedford presented the petition "of hioil
citizens of Rutherford county, relating lo lha to
ing of the public road from Lincolntoo to Ruth
fordton i which waa referred. -
The engrossed bill to divorce Isabella A. Ports
H-oii Jrat oUiibanuVItobort Pottery waa read Ihi
times, passed, and ordered to bq enrolled.
The House now proceeded to. the ordcriflf A1
day, and again resumed the consideration of ft
reauluti.H snhrmtfed hy-Mrr Pornr J BtHtttw Tpe
iw betneon tho nii-tiim of Mr. Craisre lo postnna
indefinitely tho said resolutions", Was deciaed" in &
negative yeas 57, hays 71. The rtteidwa
itrtrtring on rhe'a
Barringer rnoved to strike out the find rea---;
ttl" nriofprfT, i'lmt the Sovereignty of the&l
is in the Petiole thereof: thnt Ihe Senators in wa
itress are the representatives of that Sovereige-J
under the Federal Constitution ; and that, tbera-
fore, the People in their primary asHeinhlies,or "
JTATE T iEfl TST A TUREr-
COMPILEO VBOM THB LATEST BAUCIUH FaPKBS.
Wedne$dayr December 10, 1834.
Mr. Wyche presented the following resolution,
which waa read and laid on the table : "
Retoleed, That the Treasurer elect be allowed
until the first day of January," 1833, ; (6 commence
the duties 1 of . his ioye.;,aud.that the- Public Trea
surer now in office continue to discharge the du
ties until that day. . . .
'Bill presented Ry Mr. Montgomery, a bill to
alter and amend the Judiciary System of North
Carolina. Read the first time, and referred. .
The proposition of the other. House, to refer to
a Joint Select Committee so muc.h of the Govern
or's Message as relates to the interest of'North
Carolina in the public lands, was concurred in, and
Messrs. Branch, Spaight, Sawyer, Holmes, and
Mehane, were appointed the committee on the nart
of the Senate. The said Committee, on the part
of the louse of Commons, consisis of Messrs'., Hen
dersou, Marstellcr Graham, Daniel, and llaiper.
the first resolution, it was decided in the oegatf"
- venti irnvi 71. -
JMr. Outlaw mved to aiTrend; 4ry arrikingaii ih
first josolutioiir and lrraemg-lhrfolmwrrig ;
rnlinn hnvA nn eiirlif unless ilelcirnltld for iMl0'"
pose br the Peopleta" instruct ihe Senators fr
On motion of Mr. Potts, the question wa W
taken on striking out the said resolution, and wa
ded in the negative -yeas 53, nays 73 - .
Mr. Harris moved to amend, by striking
second resolution, and inserting the following 1
" Reiolvfd, That the Hon. Willie P-M.
one of the Senators from this State in the
of the United States, be, and he Is herehf j
ed that his vote upon the resolution declaring
the President, in' his lata ExecurivTprocnP
lation to the public revenue; has assumed ."PJ
himself authority and power not 'v .a'
Constitution and laws, but in cr0xmjft;
does not meet the approbation of North Car
and that it is her Sovereign will that the saw
luti(n be expunged from the journals of the
Ou motion of Mr. Potts, the question
out was taken, and decided in the "6Kau,7Ll
9, nays 69. M r..Manly moved to strike outu
fhe first resolution the we ..Is, " acting
prp9entatives of the people of the State ;
motion was not agreed to yeas 57, y' V.
qiiestion was then taken on the- adoption
solutions aepnrately, and decided in the affirm"