N C AMOLI-NMN.
fCPUSHED WEEKLY: JOHN BEARD, hjEJUor and Propriety. lfr lumber a beginning, 762: Na 32 OF THE XVth YOLUMK.
: , Salisbury, Rowan County, N. C. BCDr ' ' ' . Saturday, January 10, 1833. ;
' n HISS LANDOK.
Now put upon this smiling,
No smile shall meet hia aight;
And a word of gay reviling
It all he'll hear to-night.
For he'll hold my smiles too lightly,
If he always sees me smile ;
He'll think they shine more brightly
When I have frowned awhile.
Tin not kindness keep a lover,
He must feel the chains he wear;
All the sweet enchantment's over,
When he has no anxious cares. ;'
The heart would seem too common,
If he thought that heart his own ;
Ah! the empire of a woman
Is still in the unknown.
Let change without a resson.
Make him never feel secure;
For it b an April season
That a lover must endure.
They are all of them so faithless,
Their torment is your gain ;
Would you keep your own heart scathless,
Be the one to give the pain.
as a measure ot finance, it recommend llselfl fore, to the allegatkma against the management of the
to the favor of the General Assembly, bv the cob. Bank, which have been subseauenilv made.
aideration that the Bank is now organized, and in TJielrthaxgiiaowbjch. U CouiauUee. inquired
successful operation, and can employ the additional 1,1,1 rf haioes of the charter, and other abuses
caoital. which will l ,JLwl tL .i . .... ... constitution and functions of tJU Exdtmnjre Om-
him bv , be StateTo' iZZZJZZ "fS Tofti. charge they fclt it to duty of
, r V ... , , , . . ixanmmes w pay more attention, serauss it was
nation of the public, and profit of the State, and formally enrolled in the Report of the Secretary of the
-" """,v" wumiw umucuig mii la ue, ii I treasury, nr. j aney, among aw reasoM fir fume
any, additional eipeuae, bv means of such increaa- f ving the depositee of Ue puUie moaevs from the Bant
ed capital. Proceeding thus from a high officer of the Government,
The Committee herewith submit a Statement of i'f, Co"m"ue a-"!" tbie charge to demand the
lU'mUii. ..r .k. n....L j. ... .. . i fullest mt igatisn. They examined it aecordinirlv.
J " W MlVlumi J'mllsV I 14II m llffiiAMirksi R.I.W as. r ,
coiiiuwiicea us operations on tne tenth day ot Sep. and operations, of this Committee. In the whole mat-
lemoer, aim I lie orancheH, at fNewbern and Tarbo-1 ter the Committee discover any thing but cause forceu-
roiigh, on the filth day of November. It will be I " on the government of the Bank; concluding, on
seen, from the 0ie rations of the Bank, during that tl,e contraryi tliatilie operations of the Exchange Com.
short period, that they give assurances of a fair. mittee h,ve been advantageoua to (he Bank, and
MaA.mul.lA n a .I n ,(i i . ... tn .. .T.t . .1 i" . I i wiitvmiviii mi mt UllUII. .
a .k... ... I r.. i. . .... The Dexl allegation against the Bank, which the
"'" H"" wven Committee examined, was that of the substitution of
per cem. on me .capuai may ue eaiely relied on. Branch drnfli for the notes of the Bank : in reiratd to
At whatever rale of interest, leu than the divi- which charaea, also, the Committee acquit the Bank of
dends of profits on the capital of the Bank, funds I aiicenwire.
required to entitle the Stale lo the shares of stock L T L . examine, m ui wnica
re.rve.i .ml fiilr.nliY-aili UlC "' lich
clear gnia or profit to the state.
It is believed tliat the creation of a stock, bear
ing five per cent, interest, payable semi-annually,
and not redeemable until alter the expiration of the
harter of the U-tiik, wjll aUiird aullicient induoe.
merit to capitalists to invest nxMiey in it. Oilier
- THE BANK OF TUB- 8TATB OF NORTH CA-
The Committee of Finance, to whom was refer
ml the following Resolution, to wit : "Reimlrrtl,
That the Committee on Finance take into coneide.
ration the expediency ef authoriinng the Public
Treasurer to issue Stock, 'bearing an internet not
- exceeding five per centum per annum, and dispoae
of the same at the beat possible price, in or out of
the state, provided it can be eflocted at par, to such
amount as may be necessary to pay the balance of
the subscnptiotr-tif the otatr to--thr-Iwnr tm "the
State, or the expediency of relinquishing the right
Intake the mount of Stock in the Bank of the
Stale, which M unpaid for j" having, according to
truer, had the sante under commie ration,
RETORT i ... .
States have experienced no difficulty in procuring 1 the p, f fnl.
loaiM, at the like rate of inierost, on thwr plighted j The-next- point mvwitigated by the Onmmittee,-WM
fiiiili to provide for the punctual payment of the in-1 1 frt of Ike white mimr in the Bank, and the
terest at fixed and reuuiar oeriods. at olaces couve. I general solvency of the institution. In the course of
nient to their creditors and for the final payment "amination on this point, the Committee malts
-..j ..i ,.e .k .:..:i . r l i " i uie loiiowinir vuietneni 01 ine actual iwDiiiues ami re
aim ii. ut lira uiiin.iMu h mM mum wi r .i 1 l t . . .
, r i . l- l I sources of the Bank, which, as it may be of use to our
nilif lu.ui1.4 thA ffMirnl mianntM niih it I . .
. . , I iir ivaiiHiQ iiu iniliuiai iwiittiv mull, w IWfC, WIUI
proposed to give, on the part of the State, for the transcribed at large:'
The newer to regulate the currency in any State
ar community, iaone of the highest prerogatiwea of
. Sovereignty. ;nd the exercise of it involves corun
Orations deeply interesting to all concerned.
By the Gvwtitut'ion of the United Sutea, the
pwver of coining money and regulating; the value
--tf aH wn7rtherlbrelgnnrAioieric is ootegiled
"'KcluaiTclT to the Cwigrew fif tlTMte4 fta.teS
..It k obviout that the framera of the Const itu-
- lion, and lha people who adopted it, intended that
' the value f coin sIhhjIJ form the standard by which
the currency of the country should bo tested and
?1n eirmniaercTariMniTr!es' U raa been Uiod
aeresMry and expedient In introduce, as a cotnpo-
aent part of the circuhiting medtum, a certain for-
Uonof negotiable paper,thevaJuerf which orimiids
Titr-Wing th fei:iliiiiaie repr snlatiw C-od
- convertahh) into, coin, al , the plemsure of tU UoWcr. L,,, (hat the same he passed into m taw.
Without derocatint from lha absolute authority
ef tba Congress of the Cuited States to regulate
Pe currency, by. filing an uniform standard of
iue to the coins m ue, the aevcrai States have by
granting Bank Charter, authorised the issuing and
arrulatioa of notes, which, purporting to represent
cwo, cuter utto and wrm a part ox toe general cur
ency, and are estimated according to their ascer
lainea eosvertibdily wto oouw
U the nrMMMs of the Act of iha General As
sembly, incorporating the Bank of the Stata of
fetrtfr-Carnlinai it tseueil4JuU aucJHiouiaiiooa,
testrktwaia, and penalties, are prescribed, a -will
insure the nrompt omvertibility of the notes issued
by it into coin, at the option of the holders of thetn,
and their Iwal rempti.iu Jike manner, ou the
cxiaralinn uf the charter.
. . I -Mr of the General Assembly, not only
to prtivhle, a far aa may be hi r wt
turrency, but to affid In the people tha Sui8' ihey'wou W r'tCtv
ia their agricultural and commercial pursuit, such I. :77! ,u c-.l,
facilities of empioj ing money aa those pursuits rea
aunably reouire. j
The capital asmgned to the Bank of the State of
North Carolina is one million and fire hundred
thousand dollars of which twu-Aha, or six hun-
the Committee examined with the greatest care, be
cause of its having been solemnly preferred by the Pre
sident of the United State in his published address to
nis Laninet on uis oeeaslon of nia avowing nw deter
mination to remove the depositee, as a violation of the
charter, tie. The Committee were equally unsuccess
ful, in this branch of their investigation, in detecting
any violation of the charter, br dereliction of duty, on
.MriHL!fJ!?2,l'fi,,,t,T rB0M aujiioM st as.
mdWay, Dteembtr 84, 1834.
SENATE. - '" . ' .
Bill prtMnteiBy Mr. Wyche, to suspend for
time the operations of the Act prohibiting the cir
culation of due bills and notes under five dollars.
This bill passed its first reading.
Billt prfcnted By Mn Guinn, a bill to en-,
courage the discovery uf milieu In this State. : By
Mr LlaikevUIL iQ authonw the several tounty
Courts to appoint oue or more Surveyors, in their
discretion, for each county. By Mr. Deyton, a-;
bill to attach the militia of the county of Yancey
to the lth Brigade. By Mr. Henry, a bill rehvl
live to the hands tailed to work on the State road
leading from- the Old FerV io- Burks ounty, to-
Asheville. 15y Mr. Weaver, a bill lor the preser
The resolution relating to the distribution of Mi-1 ... f.i.- f.w;- i-.:i,i;n :W k. . JTr h..-
lUry Tactics i and the bul gmng further time for vtd for improvement of the towh of
. pajrwg w oi emry money were reau wo Aalieville. By- Mr. King, a hiU
iinisi aa wrt staviAai rwi animiiiwi .
m""v eaaaw inuvivu avr tia otiiuiivu
HOUSE OF COMMONS. "
Mr. Guinn, from the Committee on Propositions
and Grievances, reported against legislating on the
subject of turning the road from Lincolaton to
Kutheribrdton. Concurred in. . '
Mr. Brummell.from the Balloting Committee tor
Counsellors of State,
ing, a but la incorporate
Ponlar Grove Academy, in the County of Iredell,
and to appoint theTrusteea- thereof.--These billt
were read the first time, akd passed.
The bill concerning a Convention to amend the
Constitution of the State of North Carolina, was,
on motion of Mr. Kittrell, ordered to be recom
mitted to a Select Committee, composed of one
, . 0. milled to a Delect Committee, composed ot one
, reported that Henry Skinner,! . . , . . , .JTr. .
e n n . it r ii- j en i- i. unuinr irviu cwu twixiswunw . umnci w lira
of Perquimons; Peter H. Dilhard, of Rockingham; . fUM n,i. rL. .S Mmtm. Kitt-ll
Ueorge Williamson, of Caswell ; Daniel turner, . . v... w-..k r.j.- Pa-l....
r w.mn. aii- v . Jw.i.. i..!.n !,nnger. Weaver, Waugh, Cotten, romdexter,
r .....vU, ..v 8, -v i , n.uUv, Piioh. Rrsr.
State. Said committee consists of Messrs. K ittrell.
b, xAiuiB X'. i t. n..L o w xvi.:.
Ilenrv of Fayettevil and WiUiamS. A.heof 8,7
Newllanover county.had each received a majority ,ft .. . .- . ,
Ti.- k:u i . I I r ik. ol
BUUfrttt-B, Mr,Tatham,a bill supple. lV" T. Tf tTVr".
mental to an Act passed at the last sesrfon, entitled Z.TCaZ
44 a . a . . n. . a . -a a I tfir.i iai vvhwu wiioidmivw Minn IW sair.MllllX7W IU
-An Act to improve the State road fro , the bank WMreW theaecotul time,. ned, and
.w .ucago nver, oy ino way oi ".a....,. . . - ... .
a Select Comiuittee consisting of Messrs. Guinn,
Ulark, Smallwood, KrJonra,nd tiorrell.-
to the Georgia line." By Mr. Brandon, a bill to
authorise the apioiiitment of two SurvHors in the
County -of -Anson; "Thews bills werereaJlTie first
time, and passed.'
Mr. Outlaw presented the following resolution,
which was read and adopted :,
Whereas Christmas is a day observed by all
LbruUian people t
He tt tkvrrfort rr$olvfd. That a message be
M' MaUhews moved, that, the House do !w.
proceed to the considsratioa of the iteolution bre
lofore submitted by him, proposing that the two
Houses adjourned mint dit on tlie 27th instant!
which was refused, by 4 vote of 60 to i9, r
UABIIJT1E8 ON NOVEMBER 1st, 134.
Saturday, December 27, 1884.
sent to the Senate, proposing that, when the two
Notes in circulation, . $15,9fH,73l 90 Houses adjourn, they adjourn to meet on t nday
iepiiite to the creditor the Treasury, 43u,4( (17 next at 10 oYlock.
Depusite Public Otticea, . 137,108 00 On motion of Mr. Lyon,
Private DenuaOes. 6V7l,7.w 34 1 mJm.A -Th.t h rVunm'.ttM m iK I.utiUro
CapiUl Stock, . . . 85,000,000 00 Wrucled to ex.nune the U n-laliva to the PM,ed nd ordered ,0 enro,W
-i- I . 1 "7 .7 --it- Trrrrx Ifrtndtf A orl uAvu
t.i i;.k;i;.u- aworr 117 rf dT of Urand Jurors, and see whether or not U
imi invuni sgFavs , V" I ,J J-
The bill appointing commissioners to (ay off
ad from M or ganlon, ia Burke, by Burnsville ai
BamnU's Station, to the Tennessee line, was amendr
ind ordered to be enrolled.
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
payment .of ..the interest, and principal of. the debt
cmiteinplatcd to be contracted tor tier beneht, a
tperific pledge of all the slock now owned, or
which mav hereafter be owned, bv the State, in
the capital of the Bank of the Stale, will constitute
the moat unquestionable security tor the JaituTul
and entire discharge of that debt.
Tlie postiioiiemeiit of the redemption of the nnn
cipai of the debt, untd the expiration of the char.
fer of the Bunk, while it will serve to enhance the
value of (lie debt, and render it more desirable to
capitalists, will enable the Slate to reimburse il out
of the dividend 'of the capital stock of fba Bank, I
without the imposition of any burthen, however
alighW oq the people ; or any appropriation, nowe-
ver small, from the Public Treasury.
1 The Commilteerhave arrived at the cnnrii wtnn.
thai ii im aineJiiuiL hnilvfot lha extenatoo oTiiank-1 .. . Total
mi'ialtHtlto'eopK moved 16 MMi
the finances of the-Blato, that fuwsiooahould be J .t"?.r!?!.T. ' T the first sertioa of the bill whick notioi was
made, by law, for the full payment of the shares l .fci. thi. -ri-hWtarr statement of the I negatived, by a vote of 70 to 44-
the Bank, reserved to the Bute and that it is prac I lSkin aaverting to the manner ia which I The House again resojved itself into a Committee
h " " ' ' ana I - .t I a I n . 1 .L . - - - I m . a . -a . .
this Keport. I hv nave emoouiea tneir views on i tne sargesi parwer m aaas um inw mj i concerning a uonvonttun to amend tne UonstllulwQ I -,t . i" , '
aepon. eninieu a iiu i
menlortlieinstaimenu ontne snare, n-erreu w - -i"k-ihs abs WauI" ; w M -fir. SoUllwooT' ihi fVW rT-
...... . . .
i . ........ .1 XtNHMU imm hia r.wllnnt lha i:ntf a '
would ne expedient rocnange tne laws so as aot I - . . - . . y ... 7
IasHauiio, worn ineni was no injury oum on auner I ... . , , f .. j
siWtlurtllH.y re by h read and sent to the Senate,, with 4
M7J1H1 'a I Tt.. k:il . I ... .1... .L. . -rl tnvi.i v ivo wrammci'l
n,0H6,373 07 r:' ".HJi .Ti a " -Tj .L ttdormmg thai Measra. rTermng, Marsteller,
MK4,7?h - ".7 r : I mittee sa tne parVof this I louse. .t - it
W I i ue mil to provide Mr tne payment ot the in-1 Bin. flrvMi n. u. . lull .mwt.
Ihseounts, . ". r- .
Mortgages, , .
Domestic Bills, . .
Foreirn Bills, .
lh 6ob Suts Backs,
Specie, , ,
aiajineats-aiiesiiarakjsMrva .lTm mi.
.a a a m .a, s . a. .a . :-;jj-i.!Pv.jr-' vm
-.t 1 r"-, . r " . " . zr-'zr. l mm m iwer tne Meutnoist rpwc--r
CansWr, a bill to repeal the frk section of an '
Act entitled: 44 Aa Act concerning the Wardens of
tUm. P r .1. 'r e v : i n u
cable to eflect that object in the mode proposed in ,U credit had besa assailed, and ay ma Garament ton, of the WhcJe, Mr. Long ia the Chair, on Ike bill Tatham. a biU a.Zn tl!T!mi jt LTL
v.. V .'w TV k.M .n.kn.i;Mt ltw-ir views mi I frk kiMi aartinir ia Uw BaakA lha Casrauttee bit . in. anl tk. rli,.i. I n . . flo,aing tne omry wtw
. ... . - .1 wt r .L I vm w wnxn, mm m-wnwam t - , . - , .... ; . I
the State, la the capital stoca ine iianaoi I t, G show. (tiCommrttee -r) how aeToted I 'IT. " iks on tne tawe, m pnou I whom was referred the bUl toreoeal and ameod '
8tstoertht4f" ana mo jsiwi! ike day tor rnday. tr. j lh i .l-, ,k- Lmj m
, a' a. -a : . . I .i.: fl ' ' - - .-. ,.-.,! r .y ..y. . - ..tx...im. Y.t. jrx. aa.. ."ya.ni y i
" - - t- - tog the manner of electing ConstaUea, repnrtedp;;
Neither fItXMM sat OA Tkursla Ida 2.Vh kU. tlut aairwi. urilh aa amaiutma.il mmA ik. k.ll ...... '
(Wittee - charged, by the reu, L. iu third reading, wm wasordere
tQibeni..they,ber leaveto .rernMk.tha I to be enrro-aed. ,
IrUmj, DrbtmOtr So, 1984. 1 I uutnn, irom ine Belect Committee to whom .
SENATE. 1 1 reirrred the aiU to repeal (he aeoood section
tiition, and how high ths eoiaioB eatsmmedef theabi.
On ihe other branch of ths inquiry, with whkh lutvwhb which t- aftaira have soaa adaiiaisteraa.
iha OwnmiiiM ia eharoed. bv the resolution refer. I lar T" . . . -r.
perfectly certain that the ordinary sources r"-1 anaetabla evarter. Weea implicaled vivinf ample
venue will not enable the 8tat6 to pay for the ahares I nn. M., kuuib the eoacluaions at which
of stock reserved to H in the charter referred to, at uiaXsnpsiiU had arrived. Tbess soiwts were tea
any time previous to the first day of January, one auaeruus to ht uto4 ia detad from rnetaory. bat we
tooUnd hundred and thirty-eevi, when the - TCT"
mine, by the express limibtlioa of the AcU
Mr. Move submitted a resoratioa that, fer the I Act of 1632, malma additional oompensa.
residue of the srsstoo,' The 9mnwiU meet at tlw to he Ueweta, reported the same With. ;
. . . V. .. . . I 1 U ..t.l i P W . L'w i-Mmm ik-1 amendment I and tna hill, aa ammutaJ m,mm mmmA tlw.
privilege ef lbs Stole, m thai regard, will deter- U-ai by the Bank to anas tos lable, - ! 1 thirdjimeDaseed and OfderetLta b engrossed:
anestioa kefuni Judicial tribunal, fcr fcb and legal " Mr. M'WillianM submitted A reaolutioa for aa . Mr. KittreO, from lha Select Committee to wkooT
The Committee believe that the pUa submitted I Jwm. h apororttd and surtained by the Coamiittea, I aripropriatioa of 500 dollars, from the Internal Im-1 was referred the bill concerning a Coaveniioa l
by tb fa tma Report sad lhseonieaar ihe Coaatitution ef the State -ef -North
14 that mle by which the Nate can avail nerarii pin m easm
of.lhe impoHant privikgerved to her bj -ft. TaJUon.
k. nTihe Bank l and ItiaU U 11 DC expnuicm "M .. " a. .1 j .L.. I
. ... . 1 , isemimem; ooowmj, m H"n -,n " 1 ,, : m - , , ;
adopt that plan at mf Uwe, it 14 proper and right fc fc Blanches aaly where the bo-1 was read the first time
. iKa lUnk n kinTi-I; Ji. I rf Cw" Beaufort county, to a'descirbed Carolina, reported an entire substitute (br the said
fprflS , i ,4 . J?!-? w accepted b, the Ilot-a. Mr.
" .v'a u auttwwHig inuwuuH, 1 wi'iii wh awrva iu am Wl g awl 4MU tne
to adopt it al tkit time.
But, ahould the views presented by ihe Commit-
ha austa ned bv Ihe lienerai Assemoiy,
would rrepectruiry tv ...aj that the nri vi
le e reserved to the Stale of taking the whole num
ber of shares set apart for her, under Ike Act esu.
Wishing the Bank aforesaid, be forthwith relinnmsh
i?l!ll?fift-B hundred thimaand duW
lara, were open for individuala and other unsen
Lcm : The latter have boon taken 4 and the iiiaial.
ns-nls have been paid with great punctuality ; while
of the fermer, bul one thousand five hundred shares,
ei to one hundred and fifty ihotwaml dollars,
have beeo token and paid for in behalf of the Stale.
The want of means wherewith to pay the instal
ment required by -ll Act, prevented the Public
Treasurer from taking and paying for larger
amiaiut. , .
The Committao are here met by the qoeationsJ
growing ouftof the ReaJutMin rtTerred to them 1
U it eipedtont to obtain, on tlie credit of ,lh
State, the means remiisite for paying Ihe in-tal-
uanu oa all the ahares reserved to the State in the
Bank of tha State of North-Carolina 1 and, if it be
exnediam. Kat tarma ran adeouate means for
lhat nurnoaa Im nrarured P
It has already been remarked thai it ie the du
ty of ihe General Assembly to provide fecihlws for
encouraging and fostering the agricultural and
Commercial interests ef ihe Stale ; and it would not
be deemed unrnaft4hie to expect ths perfiirmance
hia duty, even at some expense of publie trea
avire, if tb, mm of benefit to the public ju-tifiea
Il is believed, by the Committee, that full pay
ment a tha UUnra Ike shares reserved to ths
Btote, wauld anahle Ihe Bank to estaWiah other
branches and agimcies in aectkme of the Stole not
lread euojdied wilk capital, end to give
i taciUtiaa tha lawful pursuits U euf tiiuwa.
may rive to Bawatoia ha Cons-rasa, or to viva near I chanst the seat of Govcramat 1 a Vk ....
ed by law to ihe end llhaJ : that portion of Ihe capi-1 aaniactable ertisrns, beeauaa tbsliuainithoas jand diflereot inaUucUooa, any thing this JguJa-ljected by vote of 106 to 1. Mr. SouUlwood
tal of tlie Uank, anicn is now wfit aow., ipiaresqia sovwarram lonaj sou, mm m wiic Mre caa oe 10 ino contrary nutWHhstanding. 1 submitted an tmendmeAt. providinff' that the et-.
nJiharebv become rrsi and elfcctive. TUbTttJ.ing WTh where uy .ra noTaJSriy " ' . lh u i.v w " IZ nilj Courts be veJed in tha eJa , a JTI..
. :. t . , . , . , I lea enawwerce of tha eommnany, if me itaaa naa yism-1 a -- ". : ...;, iWW , tMn'uT-.-
AJ.!:ZZZZZ rftothe wif'UtatMat from all aaarlamilJrMlg?lg 1 JM .? T- Nft Taylor submitted -
" .... A B ITMTT13I" mlmM rVll If Attn I - a- - ... - a - . .1 a I. . I - a
have esUbliahod them ad inJlnilvmZ , "U"D" vjMama. .u-.m., pnJTKuag ioi no lawyer, nteahng . .
The- charge of Unding oawy la Mnnhtrt e (W Mr. King preseolod the following resolutions, under hVeose, shall W a memeber of either branch
grras, and other publie men, fur political pentoses, it which were read and adopted 1 (na Lrjialaiurej whick Was rejected ky a tote
shows to be ajtsostained by any evidenc and wholly Rt$olwed, Tliat the Committee oa EHucatioa be of 111 to 20. The queatioa was then takes ,
Hitila. . - - . :r - I HTStrorted to hwiire info tha atnerfienrr nt makinilthe na na nf tha hill iti.wmJ t!a. .J j. -i
u ht aW-rs, ia which il gives a nTseTaaTr.- nMnMlM f-, K. i i '7 t '.iZ I .a iKa . r, .. ,, aT. 7
,nC the rndle-oe- of mock ths ..g of lha I . " CJTl '.l.'Z I ! "V-" ..
1 r . 1 - " ' " w -.. 1 . , j, 1 , 1 . t
Jondsy, Dtttmhtr 2ft, 1684." ' '
'czis: BEN ATE,- Wt 1-
IUU4 prssteiM By Mr. taUwHI, to nworpo.
I clause providing for the election' of liowma .J "
. .. ..s . .. " a -. saw aasa - w.a n.. a .
aiasss of the seaMwamty he joatinsd it; that la away 1 jfesoiaM, I oat it Ihe right to instruct tfeaators toe Etate by the lrra white men tbereofi which
of thess eaaea, the mnoeaes 01 im aigneax puons sns-1 0 (Congress eiists in our lorn of Government, it was aegaUved by a vote of 64 to SO. Mr. Mai.
rasters aaa saea eiarfa mm j belongs to Ine feople w their Hoveretga capacity, inrwa moved to strike out Ihe clause to continue
at af . Itowkes had byi ireuayt yciay M Wel- k, , ri fc, t to their primary assent-1 borough rpeeatntalion t which was decided ia lha
ths satabJU ment ef Braacbea has bees refused to tU Policy, to modify any instructions this Legislature j red aa amendment, authorising the Convention to
sreaeat day, thaugh pressed by great numbers nf the I
AFFAIRS OF THE UNITED STATES B-I?K.
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n.fl I Vla It! IlftTiBll TnnT a waaaaasswiiis'w
vesterdsy sreaeated to ths Henste a Report on the sub-
iectof the Bankaf the United States, Il waa read at
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the Clerk'i table; chrny ay mn- t,aaaiu:u.iii
tha raadinr. aesrlr three hours. ItwiTJ ba (wud tobe
. k.:Ll. ii.l'ma nanet. and WS shall srit the OXN
lU aiim'irtuhilv'ld displalll hT Oarttintmmt
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Mraaniia, wa amicipw - -
iJJa r . b a brief sketch of its eonteoUt
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The CommiUea of ruwnce, it win ae remamoareo,
ere tostrartfd to ait during the recess fcr the P"T"
j i.ia lha anodiimn n ine nana, iw "
..rnnaa. thev mairsd to PhiUdeli on tl
L." VTl ..J raai.il (tfthwilk to DerCsii
.ki.L tk.. mm ekaraed. . la pursoA of thair
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them by IM
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..There re msny chrr points, of . mlnehsetef, Ppropnatod ky kw to the literary
offTlpTTTIg 1 U pare in the Report, oa fttnst of which 1 r uwd. ' , , ... , ..c...;.
tha eoouurt of lha twnx H) ioowb har own penwet-1 . uaMsaa, artaer, IMt aa4 UatoutM be
IJ.CWW& aod somf m. which k s4iaipoiried.
inatrwcteo to report a bill eTirecUn the manner ia I rata tha Muuoiai 1 ji ii,aa u n '
Tha readinr of the Report having bees 6nlahd, Mr. T which said lands shall be dumoaed of when drained. I Read thrM lisaaa aad aadaaaJ ta Ika
TyW moves that i to arinied i whes . j and the purposes to which the proceeds shall be I By Mr. Beard, to emancipate Waller. ' Read lha
Kr. Bemoa nwe, and, with mocb vetM5re, aad at aried. . , I (rat liaM. and aeasea ..-... ni..v-.--
emafdmhle- leejth, eoeUwerted tW urractawe of Tha Jloww- Wis passed their Ibtrd fMaltoff , - The Seanto then cntorwd wpae) the orders vt tht
some of ths statements, which he aronounead rVsa. I and were ordered to be engroaaid I To incorporate day. and Proceeded to tha MaaUant. af ika i n
oaths 13ihof Mr. Tyler repliad. and averred, in ths most solemallhe Mcgoinery Gold Mining Company j to in-1 to make an appmeriati. for rotntirting tle Ca,.i
perasm lbs do- raDnrri u,, tmih of every tittle of tha Report: all tha e1 Teckaleerk Smoky Mouotaia Turn- b4 ia the cily ef Ralaigh wkich, being read the
siatemrnui of which, be said, were thond-4 oa dor-- " y-mpany , vo provHie aw ine pay mem iue second lima, was ordered, en motion of Mr. tU
".r ."I kv LuT..,,- aaeou (ibmiued wrth tha R-fort) which oould aot lie. I me waie on born, to be referred to a Select Committee, cornet.
wc w ura - ; i , ine camiai aioca ot ine Dana ensnared ay Ine I in of Maaara. lluliMta. KdaraoW v;t ? ,
was mamfV-cd to furnu : ..y bk H.ri.g thus brwBy ma - hand aver the key. of Aef fc- rf (S gi. J eiXnd ZJK""":
wbh they wu-ied " "TI lha Report, ft may as r"P suue, m rio-wv Norlll Cardinal srantm- further time to wrfiri ak.nl. ... .V '.H "
w r".Tf V,.UT." 1ZZ that it - aoderstood that the lnwiguo. into the M tiW lo kn(J. w w this Ktaia , la inr, Ik. k. X- .VI r ' T.i " . ,"B 11
j si sV .laaaun km Ut4w W !- I am w li va a. s , ... a . aaa, -- ---- - - f s lire vtmmm won irv t nun. W ntaTO bbTIII nxswiai I pan SB I. a
any seiwa mw - , - I lira of ths Bank wm snty eucted ay alaart "ry. I vnHi, raj;M RM MIn:-. r, . .l...l ' J;. ..,,. . T"". ' - '
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,;fra wer, ont prectcd back further thaa the year tid Kher membersof ths Commilu Tha two t.ncey, and lor other purpose. to authorial w.lh leave to ir'iy bill M olherwi.
wbea the celebrated Report of a Commutes was r,pm whnoi we have aaaard, hara, we tolieve, the Northampton Bluee to draw on the Adjutant On motion of Mr. Sawyer, the hill dcflm,- t
nUtoiltorJJ raatlsrre.laf parte tha tin, aiaos lbs U-l as- General U a stand of ,rms to IncMTwale Siting limiting tha powsf of Court. In inllirting r-..
b, that hr JTh .liTanTto KTl jeeramenl rf Conre-s to this hnpnruint eubjael The Vale Academy J to incorporate Mallard Creek men,, fcr cont.mpta, waa t,keo 03
Zmlfclm.T Eporvw, nk ky Mr.Tjfcr Med Bchoul, in MmJkkudairg--:- J thinl wtoP '