- HOUSE OF COMMON&
jJM r. Pmmlexterjrym the Cmmnittee oh the Jt
Biclarvi to whom was relcrrejnareiuUJrx;!-
; ing an inquiry into the expediency of altering the
' hw to punish white pcrf by wbi)ing, and esta
blirihing a Penitentiary, reported that it is tnexpe
, dinnt at this time to kgi&late upon the mibjwt.--Concurred
in. ' ". '
Mr." Barring r, from the same GummitleeJto
ylmin wa4 referred a, resolution directing Ma in-
nuiry into the expediency of providing by a gent'
rat raw for of trust;
""" leocirteJ nntavorahlvon the subject.
Mr. Macklin, from the BalotingjCommittee f
fmr Trasieea of the University, reported that
, William A. Graham, Henry 8, Clark, and Owen
Holmes, were dulv elected. end that no other
e rson had received the requisite majority
J Mr.' llemlersoo preiwM the MWinr reeolu-
- tions, which wen ordered to be printed and made
- ' the order of the day for Wednesday
n Resolved, as the opinion tithjslJeoeraFAs.
. ' aemhly, That any At by-which the Congrees of
f tlte Umted States shall give the public lands to the
. States in which they are situated, or anv Act by
- which the minimum price at which these fends are
-T-'1 " ''a- : r I - -. . . . . . a ' "
now sold shall be reaucea, wouia senousiy euuci
Jhe prosperity of all the old States,. and do great
- - injustice to those States by whom they were ori
gioally ceded to the Confederacy.
; " ," Resolved, further, as the opinion of this Gene,.
I ...,.,-- i4JMycTbiMho.pMMk.deht.Win). .tew.
' extinguished, and the object for which the cession
1 of the respective portions of the public domain by
the Slates which originally held them, having thns
,' . been accomplished, such distribution of the public
lands, or the proceeds thereof, ought to be made
among the states of the Union, as shall be propor
tioned to the respective sacrifices and expenditures
incurred by them in support of the United States,
or,; at least, in proportion to their federal popu
lation. t i .';
Resolved, That the Governor be, and he is here.
is I by- requested to transmit conies of tliese resolutions
t . ' t " - i : ' e AL
IO. IDO senators ana ivepresfinHiuvea irom mi
itate in the Congress of the United States.
Mr. 1m A. uwyti presents a resolution, pro
sins that the Legislature adjourn sine die on
ooduy neitj which waa adopted eyes 69, noes
business of yesterday, viz. the resolutions declaring 1 ' The following bills were read and rejected : 1 ne
the office of Attorney General tacit nt ; winch was ljngfoN-d bill to provide lorjhg pay rncnt oj, nip n
vote .'of o-S to 00 : ami. after a dis-1 atalmeuls on the shares reserved to the fetate in Uie
cussion of considerable leii 'tb, iu which Messrs. I capital stock of the Bank of the State of North Ca-
Craige, R. II. Alovander, tiraliam Manly, Out- rolina3a to xa; tne diii.io amenu yv several
law, Hay Wood, aod Bragg, participated, the reso- Acts nereioiore passea io yew me ngui oi eiwuug
lutions were adopted, and ordered to be engrossed I Sheriffs in the free.white men of (he Stite, &C.
and sent . to the senate, tor concurrence yeaaoa, t ine wuiwing .engrouBeu mm .rummo
navs 53. . 1 House paaseo llieir, last Teaoing ana were oroensu
A ueT-M&m Jilbntton, tu It. Alt-xanoer, u. i to oe earouoi . kj lucorpumw ore uvB.won.iw
Houlder, Irion, R. Jones, W. Jones, Le, Lyon, 1 muctmomtort : with in talking, over Jny Witart
M'CI'--, M-Dnntdd, l'laiuMNeiUAmienkn,I as 1 used to with him. H. 'M '
Oulaw, Krnr, Towi
ders, eloan, J. 1 erautt, o. ssimin, owanucr, iuicuhiK greai oeai more expretHy.
thanu Tavlof,' Tillet, Tomlinson, waoswpnn, man mow oiner ioiks" talking; and sometimea l'
Walker, - Waugh, W elcb, V Ulcy, imams cm iiiougni, wnen i ve sol Dy tne, Hour locether aid
G reen, Witcheriiglttf-2. :ri w 4 two bint J9Ver about the battle of Ke w Orleana, ka
from the Judiciary committee, usienea so capitally, ana I could lee the thoucln.
H. Alexander, Bell, Blatchford, lil.ilock, Buddie,
Brayv Bnjmrnell. Bynom, Byrum, tlemcnt, Clark,
Coor, Craige, Crump, IHivenport, Dey tsi, Docke
ry, iitrandolph.Fleiniog, Foreman, r ort, Foushee,
uorrell, HaTper, Harris, Henderson, w, tlorton,
key Mountain Turnpike 'Company ; to repeal the
Act of lasjession altenng tne name oi lvinsion, in
Lnoir cousty j to iDCorporate the North Carolina
Gold Mining Company; to incorporate Mallard
J. Horton, Howard, Irion, Kenan, King, Lee, LiU burg ; to prsyent the fclling of timber in, or other-
Iv. Lindsay, Locke, Long, Loudermilk, Lyon,
Maclin, Manly', Manney, Martin, Monk, Mullen,!
MCloee,M'Lean, M'Neill, MTherson, Norcom,
Ousby, Perkins, Powell, Sloan, Smallwood, J. Ii
Smilh'.Swanner, Taylor, TUlett, Tomlinson, WadS
wise obstructing the run of. Lower Little River, in
Iredell county : and altenne the, time oT holding the
County Courts of Buncombe and Yancey, and for
HOUSE OF COMMONS.
Mr. Smallwood, from theCommittee tm-Intemal
Improvement, reported a bill which had its first
reading, authorizing the Governor to subscribe, on
behalf of the State, for one thousand Shares of the
Gnvne, 'Williams of Richmond 68. : -jVflyf
Messrs. Allison, Baker, Barringer, Bat
ip Rranrrr RrHuwi.il. Rniwn 'f!linlt.r. f!arter. Cot
ten, DiuiioUJavis, Frink, Graham, 1. WXJuinn, 1 Capital Stock of ihe Cape Feat, Yadkin, and Pedee
L. A. Gwyn, Hamilton, Hawkins, Harrison, Hart- Ran noaa. i ne report ana diu were oroerea io
ly. Hay wood, Henry, Hill, Iloulder, Hutcheson, be printed. n .
J. W. Joos. Jor.fn: Judkins. Kittrelt La-1 W. Uudley.trom tne select committee to wnom
tham. Marsteller. M'Racken, Outlaw, Perry, Poin. w referred the Resolution ot uiquiry into the
dexter. Potts. Reifister, Roebuck, Rush, Slade, G. cooduct of Robert Potter, reported the facts of the
' . - - a t ii . ww -a j ii r i
Smitk ... ik Kt-Li.Ml Til.am. wuirh. Wm. I caaeiT. wnereupoB mu iiarns sueniiuea uie k
ver, Whitfield, Willoy, Jacob Williams, William- rowing rewnuiioo
son, Witcher, Ziglar 63.
Compiled from the Raleigh Register of the Oth.)
Wednesday, December 31, 1S34.
Mr. Hawkins, from the Select Committee on the
)p 'If nemveu, l nai a new
1 appointed to investigate t
t( fiicts to this Housq; and I
iMr. Harris presfvited the following resolution
Whereas report is in circulation highly tnju
bus to the reputation of Robert Potter, a sitting
ember from Granville county, and derogatory to
- to flionity this ttouse, louenmg nis eonauci
mm he took his seat as a member of this House S
r?eori, That r Select Committee of hive be
i the matter, and rort the
! that said Committee have
power to send fop peTsone andpnperft, aid to exa
' - I mine persona on oath, .
ifcij, The said rs solution was, read and adopted, and
f- Messrs. Poindexter, Docke ry, Alison, Hoke, and
i iludley, appointed to constitute said committee.
. ' : The House now took up the order of the day.
beinr tbe resolutions introduced by Mr. Craige,
d)claruig the office of Attorney General of this
i - otate ecMel f wben UenereJ itaunden eppeared
and was heard at the bar of the House in vwdica
tiua of -his right. t hold (ne-eppoiutmeat f after
": whiekvJhtJIoues. adjoorswdt without Ukinganx
, quesqoo on teeweolutioni,.
expiuliture of the Capitol, to whom was referred number of G)pics of McRaes Map of the State,
tbe Bill to mako an appropriation forompletine WM ejected on its second reading.
the Capitol in the City of Raleiifh, reported the Mr. McLean submitted the following Resolution
Bill without amendment, and recommended its pas-1 which was adopted :
age?.. It. appropriates Jthe sum of $75,000.1..Af. 1 IF-as, The laws of this State, regulating the
ter ineffectual motions to amend, and to lav the retail of Spirituous Liquors, are legalizing a nui
... . . . . .....i . '.. i... ., ...
till! on the table, it passed its second nd third sance in society, ot uie mow ouious ana aemrnct
readings, and was ordered to be engrossed. On ive nature : and instead of raising a Revenue, as is
io second readme, the ayes audi poet were taken, I presumed, are, in tact, indirectly- decreasmg the
and stood as-follows: I Revenue and the means to raise Revenue, by dea-
Ayes. Memn. Arrinirton, Barco, Bateman, Beard, troving the property, morals, and lives, of a portion
Burns, Cooper of Martin, Cow per of Gates, Dowd, Ed-1 of our citizens, and therefore should not be imposed
wards of Warren, fcdwards of Pitt, Ennett,- flowers, upon our community, inHlieir present enlightened
M'Queen, M'Williams, Mcbane. MontmMnerr of Or
ange, Montgomery of Hertford, More of Pitt, Moye of
Ka m em.. a k M
r Mr. noye or ntt, iron tne Lmmittee ot i rp-
"pnsitioM" ami Grievances, reported unfavorably on
' '; tha petition referred to them, praying the passage
ft0 Act to alter the dividing line hetwea the
- - rotmtiet of Montiromennnd Mdore.' 1 Concurred m.
' - .-. ' -V." f-r-y "','-t5KUWf
ilia bill to give turtuer time lor paying in entry
- money, passed its but reading, al was ordered to
. bs SnVolrfd. J r
1 ' Mr. Lnrkhart presented a bill to incorporate the
"-Northampton MnnKTiiCturiUgCouipauy ; which was
resa uie nrw lime, bihj pameu. j , t
-r Mr. Horan, from the Committee on the Judlcia
' ry, reported the following bills, which were iW
4 the first time and. passedi T emend the aoyeral
V Acts heretofore passed to vest the right of electing
. Sheriffs in the free white men of thia State, and to
. : prMCTihe the.' mode of their qualifica'tiun ' ehangee
. . . tii Mona of taking abends lwnds.1 Amendatory
I f the Usory Laws exempts swraone lending at
I the rate -of more then S per cent, from forleuure
I er penalty, and entitles them to recover the princi
I - pal, with 0 per cent, interest. Supplemental to
" the sf feral Art irmnz the Superior Jourtf xclu-
. sire jurisdiction in all casea nf divorce prescribes
' cases mi which Courts ahall grant divorces.
' r 'Mr. Lnrhliart, fho the ltnmtttee on r ins ore
-7: reported tt bilf in addition end supplemental lo an
, .' Act, passed in the year IGZi, entitled " An Act to
proviile revenue tor the pay bient of the civil fist,
and In defrar the eontingent charges of Govern.
nitsit s whkb paJuedils firsf reading, and was or
eVrei to be pnoled. -fit provides that a tax be
levied of 85 cents oft each wheel of carriagee of
1 pleasure, or for transporting persons of 4 dollars
-on each pfarting lawyer, Thyklan4 and itinerant
ti dung wiUiuut uiteal dcealaitls.l
. -Jr r ".--HOCSE OT COMMaSI.
fiWs jwsnwew-Br Mn Dudlerpi biW tea mend
" - thr thartor cf thr W Bmingtoff ti nd Ratolgh Rai
RmmI CtompanT."', By Mr. Barringer, prescribing
in what manner copies of administration or returns
ot' projierty of deceased pernios in another State
shall be read in evidence. BT wr. J. Tr:uuMT
Hvinf the Superior Courts nf Lew exclusive origi
. . nut jurisdiction of all applications for divorcee.
By Mr. HuUhison, tor the better repilstion of the
town ui UbarlotUi, in tbe County of Mecklenburg,
These bills were read tbe first time, and paused, and
"Tha first mentioned1 ordered to be briiitod.
. Mr. Barringer, from the Committee 'on the Ju
dk-iary, bo were Instructed to inquire into tbe
expediency of amending tbe law relative In tbe ex
"' ecutkm and registration oi" deeds of trust, reported
ainst further WirWatioo on the subject. . Con
curred in. .''
M r. Battle, from the Omumttee on the Judiciary,
tn whom was referred tbe bill eoeeeruing the Iia
bilities of Sheriffs for claims put Into their hands
f.r eolloction, reported uiifsvnrahly ihereot) upon
ft Inert lOe Pill WS pimnnirw mwrunurij, -
. On motion of Mr. Graham the Committee on
t!i Jtidieinry were instructed to inquire whether
any amendment be neoeesary in the Act of 1833,
f j lemetilaJ to an Act directing bow persnne tn
j .'J by mills shall recover da me pa, so far as re
" inls the renever of eeete. .;
Mr. Kittrell moved that tbe Houm do now pro
J to Uie orders of the dey, being the sxtfinishod
Rrtolved, That Robert Potter, a member of this
House from the County of Granville, be and he is
hereby expelled from his seat.
Considerable discussion ensued, and the Resolu
tion was laid on the table until to-morrow,
The Resolution authorizing the purchase of a
.i . r r : c if o ..'.. ni ,.r i. Q..A
ng the citizens oi nave a lam about this r rencn matter ; I've got the
t Commissioners, opinion of most al) the rest of em that w, of
red to be enroll'd. two Cabinets, snd now f want your opinion i about it
Whitfield, of Le- Why, says I, Gineral, I don't think iny onkii.
: W: to: I.I i L u .!.. i. .' J
to w hom was referred the Resolution direcUng them run, over his face and dance about his eyee so bnC
to inquire into the expediency of repealing all laws It seemed almost as good a though I u a fickl
authorizing divorces, reported against aucn tow. I ing it . an over Bgain. .
Concurred in. J lu, um "psw uinprai begun to think
Mr. B. from the same commiUee, reported against 1 1 was e pretty god listener too, for . he looked t
the expediency of restnctingTlie power bf jrand Wttcb as though be was going to have a tantrum.
Juries in Cases of assault and battery. Concurred that I couldTnt keep my ees off of him, and sILb
, , , ; ..: , . , T. - - - j once he jumped-rip end catched hold of my htod
The bilL to construct a Central Rail Road from land give it a monstrous grip, and slant me on iU
Beaufort to the Turnpike line, was read ; and,' on I shoulder with tother hand, end' says he, Sargeot
Mr. Harrmger s motion, laia on tne raoie uniu uie Joei, i never aee you won ao weu oeiere in aiv
3d Monday in November next, by vote of 101 J U. i ou really looa: very much like your Couji
to 16. . the Major, end talk very much like him too. 1
The engrossed bill authorizing AKTHuntorJ woniliT. .I nf;ver,-nuticedit before. Conn.
of Mawsi, to erect a Bridge, and the engrossed bill he, Sargent Joel, set. right down here and let t
amendatory of the Act authorizing the citizens of have a talk about this French matter; I've got the
.i f 1 1 J . :. .. pAMn,:;jU,M . ..C .kw. .11 ik. r.C .1 . -
ine 1UW1I 01 iiuywuou iw hiiihiiiii v
1 . j. . 11
were twa ute imm lime anq oroerea
The bill securing to Needham
noir. and others, the rinht of navigating Neune Ri- would be worth much, fur I've never been to Fnin.
ver, passed its third reading 58 to 49 and was in all my life, and dou't know much about them
sent to the Senate. ' I French, fellers, but'aucb' a 1iejrn"aJwiys ned. '
to give it. ' ' ' - .
Souriiy, January 8, 1835. j well, says he, now what do you think about the
SENATE - ' . iwiioipoi hub rencu iMisiiiesu epeait your ajij
The bill to regulate the time of holding th lout ireoiy.
Superior Courts in the 4th and 6th Judicial Cir-1 n eu
cuits, and to attach the county of Surry to the 4th
Circuit, was read the second time, and rejected.
The bill to provide for the payment of the in
stalments on the Shares reserved to the State in
the Capital Stock of the Bank of the Slate, was
again rejected 39 to 20.
Nearly the whole silting was occupied in the
consideration of the bill concerning a Convention
to amend the Constitution of the .stale.- A great
number of amendments were proposed, and a very
animated discussion arose on their respective me
rits, r mally, about
bill passed its third
sent back to the House
currence in the amendments. The Ayet and Noet
were as follows :
Ayr Messrs. Baker, Beard, Brittain, Burns,
Caldwell, Carson, Dolwon, Dowd, Durham, Ed-
mooston, r air ley, rlynt, Hogan, Kendall, kerr,
says I, Gineral I think it ia by - do
You know, says he, Sargent Joel, that I ban
pledged myself in one of my messages not to ik
any thing but what is right, and not to submit to
any thing that is wrong. Dont you call that touui
doctrine, says he t .
Yes, says I, Gineral according to my notion,
that is sound doctrine. It is the rule I go by ben 2
I am at home. But I think this French buston,"
as fur as 1 know about it
In the find place, says he, Sargent Joel, tht
t 6 o'clock in the evening, the F"!"?h P,,"1'klred ourcommerce year afler yesri -reading-31
to 30, and was ,ook. Lfrom ua from ten to twenty millns
use of Co.nm.His for their cm- of AJUre withoiit our giving them the jearf ?,,,
and moral condition : Therefore,
Rnolvrd, That the Committee on the Judiciary
HIED. lUWlHIDIRII H 11CILIUIU. OlUT, III I HU 1IIII1C U . . . . " '"' T
s.,. k.:i. 6 . u...i, I be instructed to inquire into the expediency oi re- i.;nu. I-kh.rt l.rv M'lWirL M'l.rv
i oviuM Jnnici. 'pn'K'lll MIIVVI1 iJUpuuU ( ., - . ..." . " . I w .. 1 ! 1 " - j f I . , . , g, . .
Wilder, Wuson,Whitaker,Wyehe-84 pculing all said laws, so as to leave the subject to I M'Queen, Martin, Mast, Mebane, Montgomery of " " en,,u8,,.,or .."? hK,K " ?
ISoet. Alewra Maker, Brittain, tldwelJ,.l)oUn, oe regumiea.enureiy oy ine sounu moral sense i Orange, Parker, Staley, Shipp, Spaight, Welborn, '5.u
Durham, EilnkxmUm, Ftirley, Flynt, Gavin, llugan, the people. " U7v.u nor no other nation. W ell in I
ia w . . i ii n ' i i -
iutan. tT....,n v .ui f:L t ... M'n
lauiiiivj, iiunrju, ivf;iniaii jiivio uuwijr, avi tvi illicit, l JX.2 J f O iQQR
M'Williains. Martin. MuL Parker. HherranL Stalev. tTtday, January i, ldO
HliLnu. VVullbntn. VVIiin.)nW.5 - SENATE.
The following engrossed BiHs from the other . 1 no blowing eiigrossed Dill pa-saed its last read-
louse; were read the third time, passed, and or- Bna WM orr. lo enn,ne1 : BUPI"C!n-
dered to be enrolled : To quiet the titles to cer- m V1 Ine Ac.' 1 iaT """i? the estate
tain lands in this State; to amend the Charter of a ,ron ",e bBI UHS luckauoegeo river, by
the Cape Fear Bank ; and to authorize the Counfy " wty of Fnnklw. '
i . VI f ll I r .L ? .. ci i .. . .
mr. ucaru, irom me joiiii ovioci oommuiee io
whom was referred that part of the Governor's
Mesnage which relates to the outrage committed
on American citizens at Nunsau, made a detailed
report thereon, accompanied by the following reso
lutions, which were read three times, enasiaMese
soasedV and ordered lo bo-wgrouHcd :
Jietolmd, That the forcible detention, by the
Courts of Burke and Yancey to appoint Commis
sioners foHay ing off roads.-
Zih Prtienled sBy Mr. Edroondston, to au
thorize a subscription on the part of the State to
the Capital Stock of the Oconalufty Turnpike
Company. By Mr. Beard, to incorporate the Pi
eoeer Mills Gold Mining Company in the Comity
of Cabemut -Tbeee bills were read the ftrstl mtf.
ItOVSfS' OF COMMONS. : -
The Speaker .laid before the House the following
Noes Messrs. Arlington, Barco, Bateman, Coo
per of Martin, Cowpcr of Gates, Edwards of War
ren, Edwards of ntt, Ennct, r lowers, Gavin,
Harrison, Hawkins, Holmes, Howell, Llixlsey, Mc
Millan, M'Williams, Montgomery of Hertford,
Moye of Pitt, Moye of Greene, Phelps, Sawyer,
Sherard, Spencer, Stephens, Wilder, Wilaon,
W hi taker, Whitehurst.
HOUSE Or COMMONS.
authorities of the British Island of New Providence,
of the property of American citizens, thrown upon
mat isiana ny sii
communication from Romnloa M. Baunder.. Eno. : In ,8,ana. 7 snipwreca, was a oreacn ot the ntes
- - wiiii -Tvsii-."eirf-ifli of hospitahty, and an infraction of the law's of oa
Rim 1 WW I ImmImI Aon. tMf IWUl h an.
nnintiiMnt nf Cnmwuir uixW th Am nf Cantm I Kttoivcn, Hat the Ueueral Assembly of N orth
fur carrying interflfect ths Convention between 1'raace I Cardlina.Will not recognise any distinotion in prin-
.t. it-TT.''j-d."l. t i .iT. .t I u. . i t
man uie uniuxi jyutvet, i oau aojuMnigni i waa ipen-uj icipm uviwccnproperni m persons aa avnown (o tne
vkitstuiirfhe Consulutioa orany law oTtbe Stale, But I Cohstitutloa of tlie tJiiited Stated aikd Tronertv in
as Uie llouite of Commons, by its ote,jMterday, things, ...x-.5.x. t.
my acceptance of said eommi-sion, t frel IWp. lloa, by Lfttlim fall confidence s Uie gtmd faith of the
a m of omnnetT anit aeNlreMieeL' ihos DnMimllv to respective member of the Union, in regard to all
f f" f 1 i . I . . . ' ii.. I '.i I Z"1 J J ... i.i r .-
iei ai iiornj we iuoio reauny io uw, aa aeiwcr uu wuipoci, uiu uuuut not inai ine ueneral Uovern.
preamble or resolution nlo(ted by the House, or any ment, as the common agent of the Stales, will take
thing urged, iq their dirfuwion, assribe to me anv mo- w,ch measures, at the present juneture,aa may be
ral offence, or any derelicta of duty m ihs dmcfuirge wise and expodiwit.
of the businesaof the oflice. Whatever, therefore, , j"., ' .
may ha my own view in regard, to the matter, 1 am Ketolred, That his Excellency thy Governor be
compelled to reeogniza. this as. Uie legitimate expres. ""TMa TransniiTicopy oOUiaKeport and
ion of the opinloo of a majority of the most nunwron 'bese Resolutions to the President of the United
aranciisr the igMiature; ana as such, I am unwilling dates, to tne bxeanive or earn or tbe ntalea, and
u uuuwe ins wenaw wuo any wjuob upon ifte-ne. i to the Menatorr end Representatives oTNorlh Ca.
To avoid aav future dilficalty or eiAbarraMnwit, I here- roJio, bj tbe Congress of the United States.
vjzrEJZiTszzrr.. r ttltja .c Move ru
-I nave Me honor to be, due respect, your orfr I -rrr i.ro nv on irm rrjenion w
enlsrrvint, . K. Ji. BAUAUtlUt ... " io provide wr ine paymeni oi the in-ai-
Iloa. W. J. AiSTARDtB, I mtmi 00 the shares resrrved for the State in the
' " .P!,kf!0f .,,ow,c f Oomnwna, capital stock f the Bank of the State of North
Tlie Bill concerninff ConventHwa to amend the I Carolina, chartered by the Act of 1833.
Constitution of the State, was read the third time The Senate entered upon the orders of the dav.
and passed 66 to 62, and sent to the Senate for and proceeded to consider the bill concerning a
concurrence. I Convention to amend the Constitution of tha Kiai.
. - M 'ft-tr ii nr. w ! It... .. ...... . . .
rr. jii-wi. w ii. AKunuer.nuiain, evTininr, I n IMtminnn. flw aaiil Full mvm rttii IKa mnmJ
BwlhiH, B. IU BJ.lock, BrttvUxUswrll, Rrown, IVuro-1 anJ t,,. M ,w tU(XH of Messrs. Edwards
awlh Caoslar, ' ClrmenU Cottee, Craige, Deyion, IV-a- . u-i--- Mr. ArrimH. il ,.-.v) ,k., ,k.
ry, Dudley, r ieramff, wie.a Oorrell, linhain, 1, , . . . .
W.iiiusnu J.iiM, JUiuru llaskioa, lUrria, Ml nnitry pt.tpuoed i wbich was negaUved
lUrtle. llsrwmL lliiiidsrM. IImr. W. 11m. I 33 to 3. The question tliMi racurnttf on the
i, 1 "St - i."-' i 1 i' 1 rr I."- . ii i , 1
lAtham, Lilly, Lm.Uy, Lorks, Lnoilnrmilk, Manlry, I live 31 tq 30.
Mneeyr Nanin, Hicuv norcnnu injsny, I'rrkina,
HOUSE Of COMMONS.
"The ITouse prsreeded to the coiutulc ral ion of the
ResolulHsi yeaterdny mjboiitled by Mr. Harris, for
the expulmon of Robert Poller. Mr. Swanner
moved for its indefinite poatpooemeol, which
negatived 63 to RO. Some diriritow enmnd. and
lie Restitution was ultimately passed 6i to 52, as
follows t '
Ay Messrs. Albritton. R. H. Akxander, Ba
ker, Barringer. Battle. Blatchfurd. Buddie.
HtorkH,Tstham. Warfsworth, Walker,- Wsngn, Wea
ver, Wk.lA.ld, Jsoo WUUsms, William of Rjchanod,
Witrher, Ziglar 06. 1 '
Vin-llMn, AlbritUm, G. H. Alexander, Baker,
BattlA. BUlcliKml. lli.li. Rnra. Rr.. n.ni
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nuu, L'auer. Clara, Cir, Crump, DanicL lwii)orL
Fitxrndolh, Fureman, Fort, Frutk, Harper, lUrriaun,
Iloulder, llowsrd. R. Jismis, W." Jones, Judkina, Kenan,
Ise, Long, l.ron, Msrliq, Wtnrteller, Mattbsw. Monk,
a a i ha t ttu mid lltli
ffirTlffl RJdlTjr R-". BrunimelUCenslcr, Ue-
Mwsnner. Mwiodrll. Tavlur. Tillec Tomhiunn. ViU. I nmlley, Fleming, Foreman, I ouchee, Gorrell, Gra
Welch, Wdley. Willums of Green, WUluunsuntti, ham, L. A. Gwyn, Harris, HartWyi Hayewst,
Tl. n.nl lt.11 .lmri., ik K..nrUrii.r ih lleoderson, Henry, Hoke, Howard, HutAiwon. Jud
Burke MiTitm. wet read the third time, and order.1kf Kenan, r King, KinreU, Latham,-Uly. Lind-
ed to be enrolled. I say, Long, Lsmdermilk, Maclin, Manly, Manney
I Marsteller, Martin, Matthews, Monk. Norcom,
instructed Raivta B.U repealing all Uws aulhnri. Oiwby, Perkins, Poindexter, Potts, Runh, Rrawell,
ing divoree fur any canaa aubscquent to eiarriage, Small woiJ, G. Smith, Stuckard, Wataon, Whitfield
should tbey dsem u expedient.
Thursday, January 1, 135.
ri.i.l l km
A'djs Messrs. G. IL Alexander. Bedford. Bell
Blaksik, BrandiNi, B)nuna, Byrom, Carter, Coor,
UavenpnH, Fihtnrodolnhr Fort. Frink. Hamrirk
ROW prtsnfrdt By Mr. Wellborn, to repeal Hawkins, Harper, Hamsun, W. Horton. J. Hortoa.
. . a Anm i .x sry I
ine aci oi i.i-scsicenuiig ine v uaea .tsimy i
Volunteer Artillery Company ' rend three times, I spprara, from the Report of the Conunittse ap
passed, and oruVmt to he eonrowed. By tbe esme, P"""7 "ga bmis, mat iwe bad -t a
: 1 1 r.i. i r.. ,k- r . ... le a., t I eonstdmNa sum of awney at cards, and then aulrUl
IO oiii bin ui i lire n iiwm iiw iwn ui in jmr t.:-- .l . . ' . . ,
. .... J . . m . n-.l. lB ""Xnymf t lb tune os the table between tha
rl mi io .ne vT , ,,-p ,m, ,.,ge .no a.o, and ada of with it, sflet drawmg wtepse. i
county line, Act r-isl it first reeding, and order. uHihikUu hi. advanary. and UKreby aalka i km
j l. ........ ii. i, .fx. , i - . - . tij. ' . .
tm h f . , : -rroww nmttgm tugwtr.
.i u.ii.- : im - , - .
in lira -worm lor n. now uoni you iniliK that wtt -
clearly wnsig? ;
Yes, says 1, Gineral, there's no doubt of that,
but in looking from one end to tother of this busi.
hk from one end to 'tother. savs he.
one end. Tha' wax.
tit to it from France
tlie next place, say
he, aAer sending over Ministere toFjrance, aiid
bothering and parleying with em year after year,
they acknowledged that they owed us, and agreed--to
pay about five millions of dollars. But they
keep putting it off from time to time till they kax .
told us as much as e down lien about it. New v
isn't it clearly right that the French should pry '
that five millions T - - -1
Yes, says I.Giperal, I believe If s right enongKi"'
The bill to incorporate the Mountain Wand butsometimes you know-
Gold Mining Company, was read the third time
and ordered to be enrolled.
The Resolutions from the Senate, io relation to
the outrage at Nueno, WP re l sfn imov $ly ailoplod.
and ordered to be spread at targe upon the Jour
Therea oa somc-tinios about it. ssys be, I've
asked for nothing but what is clearly right, and
111 bavin it out ofem somehow or other, if I haw
to take it out of llteir Kizzardir - ' "
- A U said ihl he himped ouroThis chairW -
inarched across the' floor and smabed his fists t
l.i a I t a.
MrvCuwr4l- freaentod e Reeotutioa MitlMsriuac lf??..S!l!S?,.M.:!!!?. 1
the Governor to employ Engineers 4o survey i ?Tn "f' P lo. ' b-I tVT
Rail Road Troni Beaufort to the' Western limits of I Kc,,t5n8 ,mo " ntrum, I fuce right, up to em; '
the State. Tbe said Resolution ww reed the first i'T.r ' "V ,"B lo rm TOWn-time.-
- - .. I " e" now, say L G ineral, you asked, me to tei
.rra n , .. . .... vm wKnf I ttiAiinKI' .hrf IK.a V'mm.K '
1 j 'rc rvfTwmniorr- in- ramrw ine lion. jsmrai , - ; - 7 q- . 7 " : .
Martm eTr8dTeecHi!ff anything about
r.j;A..l.Kj::r.T..t-i... a r..-rLv-- '- lit. before.! could bardlv et lt a anird edtrpwavs.
lutions submitted some days ago byMr. Henderson, lt0U'd.Ul in a,,d.hav t,,e "-lk loyoyiwlt
relution to tlie public. Lands, but the subi.t mw. u. J00 -w,nl 10 hear my ootwo about t, il-
was not disposed of, when an adjournment was
moveu ana carrica.
LETTER FROM 8 ARGENT JOEL DOWNING. I
Wasecserotf Cm, East Roox,
Dec 12, 1834.
To my Cousin, Major Jack Doming, editor of
tl. n : m .1 1 -.,
nr iww "iHrur, unuina, away aosre
rear is ra state of Maine.
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I mouse ten nuimtea. Ill give it to vou. At that
fat uit Its 1 rvh t ri rr
and says be, Joel, you are clear Jack, tU over,
and I like you the better for it, ' And be coma
ahmf and. give nie slap onibe shoulder end sut -down
and tuld me to go ahead, and be wouhTnl set
me out again. . ..
Well, aays I, Ginerairicy rule is this: if fcuer
strikea me, or 'pulls my nose, or spin in my face, (
"tvST.i f. t: ' tit. rtrr-- 1 - L up and knock him right, down, and make nohotsu
- MMMvmn avaim mr tow-to- flnr-iurrt ir!. e , . . .
. w J t ibb si- 11 anw nnnu ima m n infill a i.wia
tha?. thTreasoT whr f have?t TL l?' T Down!n bfl tta mbbe. Rd
week SJTnd-foluLTb I 7 s body eals , fcaxf of wood off of my wA
nlil kror.c.lf ori klK.pofTormy (nmAUtf
,k'Z1 ZCZJrLlTV P bout it, but I think U'. best to be
Wtllll SDUUI. I.lm .1 U.J. l .L
One totigrea,tla thev oall the Senate, mdwn
over from Iliursday to Monday jeat as they did
ism weea. loiner vxmgres met a little while
lolay, and tlien sdtoumed over to Mondav tu
Take em both together, thev hav .. -
more work -' sx keek, but nothing to
nrag of after all. What little Ihey nave done I
spnse youH find out by the newspapers quicker
man 1 can im you. nui aoout the uincral and .hn. .tw-.. ,k:.'i-..:.- nA W
nrivata niatlera.lba naoefa esnl tall tm inimvHil . . . J .... . , T .
' . . rr j -. 1 now 11 sinaes me.
as 1 ran. 1
mil ! l 1
mud viin c 1 w.u iitttt DfiurTj in nuiiinrsiinii r rim. i , .
I-he mdilee ere getting a little deeper inTi.s face, Whrn I h.d fl.r iU rl, rned snJ in
rui n ibi neaai anmi am ueiism Bniiee sbsmsj a - . v
...... -v.. 1 M, K u t ,il wimfrmon
- r---- ; " v 'i"" nt about it, and so my mpe was put out lor thai
) strong, and kind of tremble a little when br ml l-.i 1 11 ,'ki ni Vii- the
Seen to me though for a few day. peat, 6ni chance , CM
I remain your loving Cowm,
calm, and look at both aides of the question." IU
try all prudent means to get the properly bsck,
if I can get it without it's costing me more thaf
iu worth ; and IU trv in h.v
Uo- if " wiihout being in danger of get
ting a flogging myself. But I always take time le
reason Upon it, and. look out for my own pocket
and my own back.
Now say I, Gineral. Ill tell you a story that'll
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1 about this business, and jok
Wk.. I - iwu ... If ia
. . lw.H hpluM in tu.llirw.at.nn t.nM I . . . .. . f D
' "" 1 nourhU.rm bur IKj m rf
since tbey have been talking ao much about kick-
tDgiip i buhlrry long with Frsimo, the old:
tkman kind of renew hi strength a little. After
talking a while about it with Mr. Van Buren or
Mr, kendle, hell spring up out of bia chair and
walk ecrosa the floor a good deal quicker than he
SARGENT J0F.L DOWNING.
THE CLOVEN FOOT BEGINS TO APPEAR.
1 be Mi ton uecUtur - mum M-mrlfuMV- -
did when I first got here 1 fortnight affO. and I can I rrmim lit Ihl Irurra f 1'. MmlM Ilka LI
SDa..hsA Jeyeasaor.nghter W wha aunnnrtMl Juha Adsme
. ...I t. kiw k. M..IL. iu. k l : e 1 . . I . , I . 1 . . . . L.
- .ro m uiuurs aw mm oowa wtia a 1 no mciuoea. nraaumei ni our nmrfli iresw
eKt of a military squreoese that makes me think I lure the brupriety of hoklin meatinf somnims
of hfc.enddrumeyerj.iroawb durwg la snsnan, for the purpose of Sgr-emg
declares right up and down, if tlie French Congress and recommending such meesuree as may k-ad le
dont pay over that amwiey, bell be into em before the appointment of Dek-gatesN to Convents ka
next June. And between you and me I really Ball imore for the nomination of candidate t
think he's afraid they will pay it over, ao that be Presidency and Vice Pmedrncy. The has the
shall lose the fun of having a brush with em. editor of the Spectator acquired fur himself the be
''Last night I and the Gineral had a loog talk nor of first openly aucgestina: to the Dcmocrt
about tlie r rench bustnese, and went all over it members (hose, of course, w ho edvorate lb Pr
from beginning to end. A ounibrr of both Cabi- clamalion. Protest, and all other irieesur-s ks:h
nets had been in talking the matter over, and Mr. lend to the e-XaUishment of a eonsnlidated (tirvera
Blaii 1 had lieen in to are what was best to say in menl a measure which haa always been in ess
the fcl about it, end the Gineral had been lemptaiioa by "ikt Party," vie. Convents
hammenn upon it ao much that be had got his cwrqnsed cdVkgate known to be favorable to the
d-ne wide awake, abtait it. And after they had views of ibe Regwy, fir Ibe nominatioa sf
an rout, iiow says be. Bar gent Joel Td gj?a ni Van Bra.- f. the Presidency ! Surl bW
fifty dollars m a minute if your Cousin Major from tbe Milton Kd.tor, however, was scarcely
Dowmng was here to talkthi bosineas evti with cesaary for tbisa. who ere the least conversant
we half an hour. Thore'e nobody Ibmt I ukeeo with tbe iterations of the Rsgeory are, -