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late rornc.N i.nv.
'mat lA ,V' IW4 Antrum.
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By I ha Roacon, fail. (VUihi, from Iverpool,
lltlt M-rrli, we fniv f-rj lti and iiiit nMnijj
, -as. Til" ( UmI,i, CmM. GfaMlll,flll W I
fNtt I.ivvrpad, and iIk Itica, L'il. Ifc-pejstur,
td UtU February, (tow Havre, bava sou ar
nxL , .
In addition to ir regular flies by tbe Rnacoe,
!mh art lrmdNi l ib evenm? uf Iba lUtli, Bod
Ltmrpmd 1 Mill, iorlmav, w hivs.lhrajjjh Uie
nf Capt. lulo, UiuUm paper f lb
1 tils March.
After a lung interval, we have Mallig from
Kuroim, and that loo f art imp taut character,
la Kitgtand,'tb Whlga have triumphed in iba
Whmi of Hpeskert and aim in tint diacuaaioo mi
lt aiUr." ' ,',
The majority, however, was eo entail that lha
Tory Cabinet, tl U eaid, mean la attempt V carry
the farnmnt in dvnaia uf A Whig Iluuat of
I oenrrxxM. Una U bemre atlemFtl, ami auo
tvWutly, loo, by the ywngr Put. Tha circum
lanrra ara M ee airiuUr aa to iify ilia uVfermi
Miioa) ate adopted, and va ara inehuad to believe
lhal IM allami( will prove anavailing. The appeal
h hm mda It 1 1 hi pala itf England, who bay
oVt'lod arnlnaf IM AainniMtralHNt.
. Kngiu U in lh mi'M of dilfHultM, arx it will
Mtou atuy lak f Ina wtml prudenc o ai
Irx-ala bt frvM Iwr hatdrtlnua poattmo. " -
! Frarms l tpt uTaflUra la nt aucti a In
warrant tha avimrf aiii an immedial avfju(
rumiI lha diibeutty with Ihia eountrt.
.. Tint Miuiatry haa bu broken up, without lha
iinntrJula apfxHrrfrwnt am4nnr. Uitueuli
tfiarmd aa wall aa internal, ttwm Una a very
hunnlaia tik and ara eaimnr ImiI look with lha
4-pH IniprM fr tha natt arnvala rroia lhal
amir. Tk aftiirof tbo Indoiudity anonia aabr
frm anillffiMil M at lit UM dal. -
- " TV Pari date ara In lha thh, from which wa
aru thtit tha iiidirirrilv bill Had 4 bfii aclrd
!i Mb . Il waa, however, Mivd lhal it would bn,
artj lhal lha mault amuld be fa Torn W, aitbatigft it
- ia prHwrxIwd tha-4mrtnrfafl duruimiila ara in the
. burvli of tho Duke f FiUt Jiinta bu;h bad au
b"fi fetid Iffira tha eiiiiij.
' Tlw French MmiKtr? ia a"iio dilTM, and il
" wiuM aaeni a tnalttrr of a ameJI diilteuliy W ra-
Winis it. 1 '
II wiH ha n lhal lha Pe4 Winntry ha W
lra dP-aiwI in th ll-awaof Comiixma; vH Ihry,
however, aK ill retained thuir placna, a1 Nfr. Fwl
ia rapirtd to hae eaid, lhal M ha hoped ami ba-
b!id ha ahuuld be able to wry ou Iba Govern-
. A great rfl rt baa beet mad to repeal tha mall
oi'EXi.va or parliamlnt, "t
. FJtctio of Sprmktr, and drftmt tf Minium
- Parliainmit waa 'bpet) with the' iiual pomp
b-kI f irmaTity, on Thursday, reb, 30, by lha Kmg
iu perauo. Ilia. Mnjeatr,M hia profreaa to, and
arrival at tha I'arliainmit.hotur, waa respectfully, if
riitliiitiiwtwutiy,-recerred by! rrm aotqicti
who, whatever mt'ifht have bwn iheir Minga touch,
injr tha reeenl enerciaa of llta prerogative in the
diamiaaal of lha niellinuroe MinUtrt, and m the die
liition of tha drat ReOirrncd IIMiaanf IVxamnna.
.BT'TPf Porttjeviwi whjle nippMVins nrl BorvkriMi.
. j.i lla .aelKftiat trnil(iBrjllh.rwirti.the m
tiiNt 'owfia a deht of grntitwle for hia eariv, aw4 r
" nnar aoftuMeut aupport Of the caute of coaatitu.
-Spmlitr of ike Jl-m of Omnou.--Th Rr
rFtriiHra cafri (hoir caiKliilate .ltirpcakert .Mini
Z-LZj:.. Ahphonihy, by majority .uf 10 rutea, thua;
I'or Hir C M. eiutiua, . .
Maitirttr f r Mr. Abcrcromhr, 1
Oo tta announcement tlieiviiH the cLeera,
b rfb witbin and without the lloue,were deafeuing
1-.. : beyuud prucedeut. - .. ' . . L
. 8RC0.ND DEFEAT OP MINISTER' '
Jn the IIimm T Conuoooa, Febrmnr, 2ft. after
a do onto of three diva, an amendment to the Ad-
. dreas in reply to the King'a pnerh, moved by Lord
Irrrpnth, "wm earrred'ajmrttt the Mnntere by
Exirmmi of a Lrtt aaaWirr Pm, lanaary 8A -
u oJhini ia aa yot decided aa to the reiiKMlolIinff
of on r "M iuiM ry; m,td It U to be' Tear'ed" fliat "thw
tircinttance may retard ami ernbjrrasii tha faro
rubli cixk Iim ki of the American Indemnity . We
Taiill hope tkut, fir ita owa tranquility, and to avoid
fie addition of foreign, to domuatie dilncultiea, any
,2 Jt.il. Minintry would rmw endeavour to paaa the law for
ferrying lha tmaty tntoevecutinn,"
The following extract of a iter from a gentle,
man in Taria to hia Uouaa in thia city, dated 23d
of February; will bo" read with interest, by many
: pf mi r ti t irifiia ' rrr: ---.-
" Don't bi frightened at a change of Ministry
bnre. r W hooker, Louia fbilip iiuikoa a Miniater
. ' ha must plodjro himself to nmka the 23 million law
" Cabinet question. . Mr. Livinjitm t44 iwe, tha
tiiy kreeaterilayy that he ft; It ; very :mifi!)efjit of
tii ;tt h'.l'ilfly "on the Ainerieaa i clHiin,Bnd..who,
' irn ihr, only tnait in Piria lio preiltclM -iiw first
. ' lection (which he did to me,) uoar prndicta 50 to
-- 6U mwj irily in oir fHVor, aa he tohl me..:
DBATII r TIIE IMPEROlt OP At'STRf A.
Tlie Monitmr,of the Tih ult.Iniitnina'tesra'.
Mc "do.Mp:ih:h (Void thn Frr-iich 'Clurkd 'AtTtini' :il
"aiMiilv, at ot.a o'clock io tho iiioniinir .f tlmt
J,nf"r ac-onola tifij thrwp f ontaiarif ia tho fob
ti iiinnce tit the lo2 provuilinjf xilicv of Auliia,
aiaf theetiiire micros .Mi'tUriiich.
"""T'Hi "?f ''tiir any W Ttnifn "1W "ie"di.
, a lntion of I fie Ctlii-mt waa positi wtlv imimu iced at
' !'e ClmniWof DrtMitiea, by the Miiimtera and
l"it-ir frioiida. MTlici-4hyrf1TlitiT
" Imw Ue woul I sn out in ar!t, and never re
turn ait tin tiito o'Rce, whatevr miat hftprn.
viniiular circumtitau ' attending all thia ia, that you
will find ua pBrhaja with j "in the Opjwwtinri.
How apt It is in contempttition to have, not a Doe.
Irinary Minister, nor one from the Tiera parly, or
. from the Oaiichf but a Chateau couihjotuion, a
Tniiiari!la Miiiiwtry, whi h we cannot ase with
'any more than yon. t The nmne of the Puke Do
f wa mcntioiHHl aa a compliment to Uiia atrange
yevelatioa. ; .y " j
,j ih Ui. I'-.r Mr ... .fl.itnl l.
U."s t.iur,. . t'harl -i U K-n.k- of a I'mMm !..
..r..a u.-i,,,,..! of UM .r Crniiui ti bm U
auUaiMrwaa Co.u.laihn aJ l-W 1-of I -
et,ui((ry. 'Mot (4jtmK m Uut I 'iK-r U tl CmiiiiiiUoa
of lunula, puJittfi dot lining laa hnri
Ciuaujrroi, MtrcbSl, to
(irTLKaa i wmiU mII I Io lo every
IvxH.ratilo and CJinvl bailing, were I not jirotuuiNUy
lI.Hlcd by the cordial maimer Willi I have
txs'u mi'iiid on my arrival ainoo yaj, and the
warm and oHolillJ approbaiHai which you bava
bt-eu uteaand lo boetow on my (hiUmj coihIik:L
ri.V vl, aa i Uva been, during ao larjre a portion of
my poUie life, where duly and p"rNil c.ni.ori
tuata were in emit ct, I 'hi imanrKNiy which you,
who have had il beat ).prtiu.iiiy of airecialinf
my rmrtivaa in an trying a p "!, bava an fully
and genenattly bfon in my l'ar, rammt but be
highly gratif)iog lo ni". tint tmM priml nie,
however, lo aay, thai in your kindiMMa you bava
placd loo hif h ait eatnmie nn my aervicra. In
the mentor U alrajle, in which we have bnea
enirafed, itf lha off. ma of tlta liberty and Ilia in-
DtiiuiMMM of lite CMi'ilrj, I have brn but one of
many, Te the Htate our gallant, enlightened,
and patriolie litile Plate all honor ia bie. 1 and
other, te whom her partial regard eaaigwd promi
nent pnaitkav in her mighty ronrlirt agam cor
ruptioa and miarule, to va your appniprule but.
guage, have in performing our part, but acted in
bedieiM-e lo her wdl, and have no iahr rrcril but
that of being bar true and faithful Repewntativea.
Yoe bava rt4 over eafimatod the magnitude ami
immrtanre of the atrujle, wlm you apak il
aa gigantic, and aa invidvmg in iiconNiimre the
institution, character, ami the very lihrrtH'aof the
onutitry. Nor have you erred, in aaarrtmg that
we are at ill in fha.mta it. I Pr we yet are
Ikf frttrn Ha termination. Much, it i true, ha been
dune, tail much etill rerrwin lo be dmie mtich that
requirea all the wielotn, ftrmn, pfrrvernre and
patriotiam, which can be put in requiattion, to bring
the atniggle lo a happy concluaiou.
To endertand,errectly, what hae been date,
nd whatremaina Ja be duoc. a a mual bear coo.
atantly in mind the nature and the cauae i the
controvrny. We muil go back to the Ctct, that it
originated in the violation, of the ('.ititution ; that
acred otmpacl which umtd ihe Sltr in one greal
ConCtkracy cooatilutrd (vr tbe mutual protection
A tbe nirhli and mtertta of die ux-ioocri wnicb
jfoiiijKie if.lMf whicli tud bcen,1ri fracrice, coover
ted by cotntruf lino tuto an ioriruim itt. to asgrau.
Iixe one portMM of tbe l uioo, try ine aacrince of
another. The partkul ir nKle by which thia wa
elE'Cbtl, need i be exolained. Il i familiar lo
ill. Hulhce it to aay, that, with a full Trraaury,
lutiea were laid o i dutiei taxea on taxea, till the
overflow of revenue, drawn frM0 one ewti and
diaburaed on tbe other, beenrne alnxMt t') auper
abundant it the moat extravagant expenditure.
It ia to thi unepial and uncouatitutional lemUtion,
which enrk-hed one auction by impoveriahing ano-
thert and which drew within thecootrol of Ihe
General Gtivernment the entire cajntal and infu.
try of Ihe comilry, tbtt baa, by natural consequen
ce, weakened the bomla of our Union, contamina
ted the political moral of the community, diffused
a epirit of baae aubaerviencey through the land, and
creeiedr and anal niiia, tbat numnroua compact, dia
eiplioetlv powerful enrpa vt tfcpendnj prt.the. will
of the Executive, ind to(wtitutiiig' lu eaaeiilial aup
portt in all ita corruptioa aitd uaurpalioo. It ia the
nil Mirce of all the diaordera aiU o'pireaatm,
againat which-we have contended for tee long yea raj
and whtoh, not w it hMamling atl thai' baa boeu done,
atill tbrcateua the moat diauatroua reaulta.
Mnch- radr.bM;.beeji dnoeiamj, if it J not
been autlicient to remove wholly the cauae of tlie
dieeaevilia aUcaA eiiouh to aliow ita uVptband
dangnn frrtoachingTJirthia pfirt, rt T not iriy
object to inJulga lo fbelinga of exulutkm, much
leae to revive unpleaaaiit lueliiiga in any quarter,
it would be unworthy of the cauae and tmmtited to
iba oocaaiou. Far different motivua govern me
to etimulate to peraeverence in our ellorta, till the
imtitminna JUid bbry of die county bajl be
aeoured, if it be the will of Providence, that they
thai be aecured. The eucceaa of our pant, la bore
ia JhejgjoaJL f ffucuvajiucoiiUvata peraaaemMe,
We hate then, in tlie first place, arreated for the
praaertt, and. i trual for . tha, harmony and aufety of
(be country, for ever arrested, that ayatentof un.
eomrtitatioRat and nuequat legfebtion,"iruith;"toa
proved Ihe principal aource ol-ao m jch evil. It
ma y be boiieu that dul a w ill be Impi mhi tie rea fter
only whoa required for revenue, and only lo the
extent that the wanta of - tha Treaaury may re
quire. Thia ia the principle established in the Act
of Compromiae, and it give me pleaaura to aay,
that, aa yel, I are no ecrioui indication or any dia
poaition, in any quarter, lo disturb ita provision.
Weiiave, in the next place, eflocted an immonae
redoctien in ihe from the euettma, and
from which we begin already to realize the happy
result in a visible increase of proepenty. 1 hazard
nothing in aaaertiiig, that the -'reduction eince Ihe
paaaage of the Act of 1828, exceeda twenty mil
lion of dollar. Under ita exaclimta, the Govern.
half of. the annual value of the Tmporte f aridTa-
miming that tlnr imponatic-nwLt In yen will
eighty million, (it will not (all ahort tif that sum,)
thn reveiiun, under tbe Act in question, had there
no reduction, would havo ueeu ncany lorty
mitlinha, tnaioad of about aixtoen, aa ia eMtimated,
and Ibiia ahowing a reduction of far, more than
twenty tnillion. - ' v
am far from attributing the whole of thia irn.
tnn ! reduction to the aiiccesa of our resistance.
Many if the ihitiea would, doubtless have been
ffMk'd, or reduced without it but a very large
mnv Ml""ly .allirta.'tlmt without ikinstead of a aiir-
iliianf niiw iillima annually beyond tho just wants I
a tne uovprutm'tit, mere would nave ween one
of mom lha i twine that amount, destined to corrupt
the eoinimMilyjil Jifipa.riLJhway
bFaTtlncnt of ileNpotu; powery , r . . k
i We hnva tlma converted a permanent into a tern
pntary evil. The reduction, as great aa it fa, is
will- tn-prw;i eaa; tmrryifrtioTrriTmyi rmtif
the yearj S4'i, when, by the jinivwiona of th com
promise, the revenue is to be reduced to tbe econo
mical wants of the Government and thusTwhat
bad more than once been oflicially pronounced by
the prewnt head of the F.xecutive Department, In
be an event very remote, if it ever abound occur,
the reduction of the revenue to the expenditure,
has, by our effiirta, aa far as law can eflwt it, been
Bmij-ht wilhitt the, CMnnreatrof fev yu'--' ". '
. I , To n-llp tli drtnjcr Iim h lU riotry U
Je-.r d.by.httLbi lilrr.fy h n Hl-. tn,l, il u
, Jy MuoMnrv to ajhcrt to lli-t l' www n
,,''"" ail"!. ta-wubaJanJina all that .
' h"n to diimmi ll-i danjrr.
If mm h diih
. ww afrinri m r..
id reaiatliig Lxnculive
iMia-er and iuAnttuus. with an axre revenue aT
out or lea lnilimi annually, what bpe of aucceaa.
ful reauUMW cild titcra) bava b 0 Willi an axceaa
U more than twenty millwaia f If it be now f mhhI
ao diili. ult to uiuta all wlw are ijjMaMi lo lUecu
live misrule bikI uwirln! in an elfin live ayalem
iaf reatatance, now th tlta eonfhcl btwaoii llie
North al Houih i terminated, in refereme bi lle
pMtortive ayaiein. what hi wiaild there lie p(
united reaiatanre, if that Conflii't alill contuiwd f
An-I if, finally, ao many uf the eulij(lilmid and wl
riiiic ara dpMtili'ia', and reIy lo y iehl atl f-rthiT
rettire to power, mw that the caoe which M
and aoUine it ia limited and l'iiiiorary, how dH-p
muat have Uf n tlie dgp4ir ware it jieriiwiK'iit f
ftul with all our aucceM in Una iinv'hly almoin,
much, very iwich, Ixiimhm to be dnoe bef re we
cau venture lo prMMu.a-e mir iiitiliHion anil lilwr
tie to lie aale from -U.i'"r. Mt:h a it lua Uvn
redncd, the revenue aliii grt-ally eicrla the jut
am) conituiHNHil w tul of llm (toternnajnl, and
while Una cniIiiiim- to b lh fjfl, we may le
aaaured that exlravaaia-e, corrupt mmi, aixl ahue
will prevail. Tlw iuiieenae Vorp ' (1'n e hoMer
and exp"ctant, which live, or eviwHi lo live, by
ttie governnieiif, ill C'tntimie to crmtrd public
opinion, and to eutin the F.xecutive in all it eel,
till il ahull acquire a c iiipl-te aai-endenry otrr the
goveriiuiciit and pisit A aiiierBbunifanl Tna
aury i eaarntial lo tiw exi'4cnre aud power of tin
formidable cttrp, that now irld tlie deMliny of
ihe cianilry ; ami a tlie linte appnawhe, wIm'ii the
Act of coiiiproiiuw will, if U A undisturbed, mliKe
the inconte lo tlie Irptiirtale cxwia!ilure ta tlie
tioveruutcnt, tltcy will, unhi inlimidaled and ovi-r-
awml, evade or rrpral it proviiiMia. To effnt
thia, tltcy would coupler it a but a email evil,
cofiiMixd In tbe lnaa of olftce and (tower, to plunge !
the country, oe the alighleal prrtrit, into war.
I o nrevent. then trie coninroiniae irim wins ui
turned, and to make aoute aafe diapoailion of Ihe
aurplua rerrtue, while the Act U gradually redu.
cing ihe iiwiMiie lo tbe legitimate e(pudiiure of
the t.overnnvnt, il wftal remain lo lie uoih, ii;
.mler toom-imnwte tlie work which we baij- in.e ; AtH we u, Bpw,. hn,Wa have no .JT.cc to of
comnvwed, and hate thua Dr carril ihr-wh auc I fo,M. mii evcn , Ci-xaaanir. Our wia r. in refer.
fully again-4 ao nuny danger and diflicultiia. !
Tbe Uk that rcinauu for u to perform, i
difiVult one. It involve the exerci- Ihe pii-(
eive, much more than tb active virtue to aland
prepared lo uiaiuuin what baa bctu acquire J. rather
than to make a acquiitiati to preserve iir
principlea and d-irtrinr in full vigor and purity,
reedy lo be called uilo aeii.o when the etiK-rgency
inav arise, without hating them actively and con
timiedly exem-aTd. But I feel the moat perfect
cNUotlence, that whatever remain to be done, in
order to cofMummate what, hu been begun, Can di
ne will effrctually and nobly perform, be the diffi
culty and danger ever an great. If hIki ha alrea
dy done ao much, when uufrtunately weakened by
division and discord, hat roty we nol expect when
harmony and concord have been H happily and
r honorably restored when her eons, no longer
estranged from each ut'oer, aliall be united in com
tiftn cotincil aiid cumra-m ellorts to rei-t usurpa
tion, repel corruption, and to aave the institution
and hberUeauf the country. . llow furtuuate it would
be, to be thtraemted, when all who love their cotm
Try, aitd3u1v"ifluct on" passing events, inusl trcm-
tble for our Uu
Tn cencTuiijb7l must express my eincere regref,
that I am constrained to decline the invitation to a'
public dinoer, with which you have honored me, I
have, from a variety of causes, been already much
longer detained on my journey than I bad anticipa
ted, "wheti recommenced it ; and my anxiety to
reach home is proportionnbly great. I have, ac
cerdiwglyr imtde every arrangemeuL te- leeye-jbts
city, by the Rail Road in the morning for my resi
dence; Under different circumstances, I would
have been happy to accept the invitation ao kindly
offered, and to tender, in person, my sincere and
grateful acknowledgements to my fellow citizens of
Charleston, lo whom I am indebted Tor tlie intended
Eonor. " WitB'Vincere regafd, I am, &c.',&Ci '""'"
JOHN C. CALHOUN.
A lew weeka ago we stated" our belief that The
Stock required to put the Merchant' Bank into
-operation would be aoTiecribed for and paid. We
iww have the pleasure of informing those interest
ed thai ssere work has Leett edbecribed tor than
the charier trqu rrea la give legal existence to ihe
eefttoratinfi. ihe team sntl experience me Penen
cial ehVcIs of this new instnution when the next
cotton-buying season comes. It will be emohati-
hcally what its name imports a merchants' bank-
Conducted by experienced and hoeral men, and our
country friends may rest assured that they will feel
its influence in the increase of their next year's re
ceipts. Nettbtr Spectator.
- The Bank of the United States has commenced
the delicate and unpleasant duty of winding up tbe
affairs of its Office in this town. The reception
of the order to that effect, on Tuesday last, produ-
ccd iute a sensation, Blmnat aiiHsmting laa panuvj
But it soon subsided, when it was undent
Bny iemsrcrntSnirid-the very granuw reduction
of the exiting debt, some inquiry into the sub-
iect has Ird us to the conclusion that no embar
rassment will grow out of the winding up of Uie
Otfiee, other than the withdrawal of the great fa
cilities which it has afforded to alt parts of the State,
BltiaUoaaol-4be- paoila. J he-debt 4
not large, and is scattered over the whole State,
and its very gradual extinction, which it is the ob
ject nf this early commencement to make, will eo-
f tire TfejiJ8lJ5P ,S9CT!C,1 Jf WMe i
. I tie lost oi me msiuuiion xo inrs iown win oe
deeply felt ; as it Is apparent that the Branch of
tut ion located here, will be altogether insuthcient
to sttmtly the wants of a place doing as extensive a
An Indiana paper has a commauication from a
correspondent in the town of Lavghery, in that
StmerWetrmfmiertrrir-a very good name for a
town, and a great deal better than they are in the
habit of Fittmff tiiKvii ir the West."" VV dare aay
they must be a mirthful community of wags who
inhabit that good natured "clearing" in the wilder
nesa : and they have given this name to their town
ship in mere ridicule of the m7e-anou cotigrega
tion ofcognominal abominations about them. We
should think it Would make the inhabitants of "CAo-
. m. . ... ' 9 ry
grtaf look bluer ilian ever. leaner waa uug.
M.iliinliy Morn Inc,. pr 1 1 IH, IM3.1.
flT IViawmK.a No doubt now reinaina on tin
qnmiaNt. Tha (VaivMiUoa ia carried by 1 eummlerable
mriiy. Wo hrtp Ui be able to pnM a n an
llie n-tumi in our nxt pp.-r. A fer a wa bava wen
lha rrturua, Uie vok- ara for Contention . 2I.IKII
Majority, 1 1 ,(.'!
(ftr Tilt ILmtr We umb-mtand Unt te of th
Van Iturmiilr in CharMi Ub'ly mj-"J Ui make a
I .Hifrr, a koiJ of "A uto U J," of the W awraaa t,a-
aouit, no d'KilK hy way of tlin.wuiir oma ttqht mi
llie uhjct i Vn Iturennin. We rrally ftel thank,
ful to thia V-lal r hi moderation, in propiwinir ti
born our pajwr awl n4 onrarlvea. (If the two, w
would much prvfrr hut burning Uie ai"r.
Tlie old Hpnili Proverb mjt : - n Rmeqmln m
worae than Irn Turk.' The reji m, Uiat the llm.
fiuto to bolt? hi potrjr, and gain'ftiVoor by
tho rtrt-ait hi !!. Now, wn do not pn:tind lowy
lhal our bmISrr nun i eilhcr i Renegailo or a Tuik,
but we kiwiw that h i a a-i cmn-rl from Adam anJ
tly to Ju'kaMi and Van Burcn. In flirmef yara, w!in
lite Weatern Canilinian auppia'hil the rlcction of tJen.
Jackm, on thf prinripba of econmny anil ri'(irm, tin
nan wa on tlie ullirr n in J wiatiol to burn llie p
wr kHiiuu it wa fur Jackxi. No 'ftc-r, however.
dor tin paprr alwn l"0 him, on (lie ground of hia d
crtvinj ln frirn-la and rmtluinj the prediction of hi.
inf'in:e, than tin man cohkk out and wihe lo born
tln paper becaiMW It ia ut(ainil JackML Truly, hn ia
the bardeat character to plcaae we ever raine icrua;
, -wn, j,Hefll,,nrt u, have b.tHreny h.iw. What
. n k ,u i
ai, .,- m
. . , .. .,
i ai im'i ii a ia iriaui l mtrpr in aanaa in i riaa w.in iurn
cities, on n-ceiving hi wage one Sjtordny evening,
u went b the gr-hop to get bin rVm full," ia the eong
(foe. After iending all hia imHiey, bo ata'gered utl
loasnli liome, and atid to hia cmupanion who wa hold
ing him up: "Now, Pat, by Jiaua, you nee, if I find
my wifa up when I get Itome, I will lick her, for alie
ha no buiineiM to ail up o lite wanting tlie ciixl!e;"
hick-up, hick-tip ; "and, if he is gone to ltl I will
irk her, too ; for what boainea baa alio to go Uv bod ao
aoun, before I gel home." Ho that Uie pour wife wa
aurn of a licking at any rate; and if tin new recruit
to Van Buren had hi way, wa auppuee our paper would
be burnt at any rate.
" Mote winds, and crack your ckft kt .' ray c 6oa !"
The war between the Van Biireniti-a and the Ten
neaaocan every day waxea warmer and. ariuer. .The
t QutstC the organ of Van Puren and. tha" Kjtch Ca
binet at V'aahington, begin to redouble it blows on
t Ji'Dof Whitc, and his snprnrtrraj and, we vejtore to
predict, tlmt Uicy wul be paid back with compound in
terest . :i . ,
The Glosb hrada a very aevere arlkle again the
Nashville Republican, " A POST AC Y, and ita modus
DpcnndL". :.Tbe lie publican has been a taost devoted
supporter of Uie Administration it went for the Pro
clamation, the Bloody-Bill, the Removal of Uie Depo
aitea, the alarming Juctrlnea oT tba FrutoaU tlut Remo
vals from OtUce for opinion' sake, the Port-Office abu
aes, and, in a word, for every Uting, good, bad, and in
different, that has been conceived or done by the Ad
ministration, or the Kitchen Cabinet, the Van Buren
intrigue against Mr. CaHtonn, the Mrs. Eaton affair, and
all fcut, of lata, it baa v-eVored nsy, it bis had the
presumption to tome out and prefer Judge White for
lj.he Prwidency JtojMrtiiijyj.nRur it is
now denounced by the Globe is being guilty of APOS
TACY ! On the same score, all the people of Tennes
see are in like manner guHiy of "ApnatacySar we be-
l licva tLera ia but one paper, ia the State, which prefer
Vau Uureo to Judue bite, and that one baa been re.
rrenUy set . np in Jiashville for" the express pttrpoae-tun-
der Uie fallacious tiUe of " THE UNION." Not only
the papers, but the PEOPLE of Tennessee are in the
name way of thinking; and ergo according to the logic
of the Globe, are Apostates. Perhaps we ought to ex
cept Parson Gwin and Ifelix Grundy.
Wall, we aay, let the waf go on :
And damn be him who first cries hold ! enough !"
Perhaps in the contest the Constitution may come to
some of its rights. One thing is certain, between the
parties Jacktonum will go to Uie dogs, or rather, we
shall not much longer hear of the JucAm Party, the
aama oCJackaan.aaarallying point to paity,.will cejte.
to be beard, and the Jackaojiitee will divide off under
act lbrlaTgflTfxpeiinTtnTes; mir iaectmve Patronage
in abort, for the New-York system will fall into Uie
ranks of Martin .Van, Buren ;--th"ir motto is: "The
spoils of office Aeonf In t A eor."
On the other hand, those of tho party who wish to
see Uie Government return back to economy and re-
short, those who believe that the Government was made
for the People, and not that the People were made for
the Government, will go for Judge White; they will
rally Wiki the iKf in mK1fiMvf plcet a:
to: f DRAPEAU SANS TACHELn-A(fi without
a tlain ; and, in due season, if Uie Whigs are forced to
choose 'between" Wewtwc''Uiey" wii!,.'to' a man, go for
Judge White, and give him in honest and sincere sup-
The GJiet-holJert Oatictw. Aa the time for the
meeting of the great CAUCUS at Baltimore draws
qeaiKjB.aea-Xlia..Oiricerholders ewry whoro beetcring
themselves. Wherever they can induce a half do
zen of their partixana to get together, t hey ire sure tn
do so, and adopt a long string of Resolutions in favour
of Martin Van Buren, and the "Convention,'' as they
modestly call the forthcoming Caucua. - If there be but
enough to Gil the offices that is, one for Chairman, one
for Secretary, and three for a Committee, they trumpet
it forth to the world as " a large and highly respectable
meeting" of tlta "democracy" of Uie country.
ye- r -i. x
One of them Urgaiil repeclMe metmg" wa
recenily Imld in Hertford cmfy, whera a Mr, Jkn II,
WhtHrr. m-.tit -fjantlfie K'irrn4 . It flft'ivy.'y.
uf I'uat-t ill- htAuttrtf, figured "aa lalg aa I.f ' Thia
mmi Mr. Wheeler ia hiinanlf an Olfir-holdir, with a
aalary of fi.'XX) per yer and mpat aaya Uuit ha ia
eveo now trying lo Ax awsher airing to his bow, by
getting Ui imTm- f Hfcretary to the TcrrtbVHtl Go
varnmeut of Michigan. Tha Whig of Hertford, how.
ever, seem not diied lo aufli-r Mr. Hecrctary Wheal,
sr to visich fla Uie whole County, and they according,
ly bald another meeting, equally as "respectable" s
Uie Drat, in wind limy jMak out a beeotne men, ami
fremneu. They pull llm luank ofT of tha Caucira, de.
clara tlinir iveraum to Martin Van liureu, ind tuntlud
by adojiting the following Reaoliitwsi, vu:
IUvM that, between Juge f W'hllr, ,4
TeniMwaec, ami Martin V411 Duren, of Nuw York, an
adticate of the Tariff, and Internal Improvement Una
ni'Vling derulndly prefer lha fufmer."
In our liu'iitilft opinion, Un i a very jnln inm trmt
Jut ki, ml tlvwm tliat the Wlnga of ll.-rifurd hte la
ken iniI only Ilia right view uf the anbjerl, Lit bava
laMliniil the prier attitude ; they go lor Whl, but
they gn fur Inm aa an alierunlive.
Ofirr.S, tk r: In a 'm-mm'X artirle, we t.k op.
raaion lo ll"ti the ad ily ,,f ,m t li;-e.Au rl, ill
their Inlmrii lo mi-e Ai i i Van ttitr.-'i imi the riiim
iry Sf ttel 're.H.-nl. Tie- lilie,-.frllrr are not h-i
lUy SiHIie Week4 ago, we MW I,, I r,- Ihe irn,ei-ij-
infc'4 of a nol'tiral m'-Hm?. fit tip in Warren t'ounty
lo am I a Delegate til Van lloreu'a Ciui ut, to be held
in llilliui'ire imi the 'JSh of May net. In tin. iie e'ite',
smoftg tli'M.- who lot ile lle-in- h e cou-p cumn, wi n t.
tire the ut ile nf Jiim IU400. It m lei-.v nil I--I-I !
that thn i 'lie Mr. ling', at the tune if the iih-' Iiiii',
waa an j ; a lit fur an ikiiitiM-iit in tlie gilt el' te
PreitiilelK. lie le-.ll' I III., (I id' arK-firr, 1 aiit.'Mlx t,i
rve hia C'limtry in the rapu-ity of "Yi.it.ir to V".t
Point Ai-j leiny," to the tune ,,f tf j,.t d iv. .Mr S.--cr
-t try Wle-.-ler, in ! . wi uf an ullii u, and Mr.
"Via. tor" lira', in pur.int if inn-, try a-itial'-i-Uirily
ejilaiini the Warren and I f rtlir.l ui'i-tina. -O r.
ftrit ! i t mirrt ! '
.Viie. 1 thn Mr. Ilrijg the aain" oritur w!io, du
ring the hut l'gualatiire, 111a Iu- a ao-et!l llut a " w m I
Ptl ti''' If Uiia " w .kli-o lmrt" ahiMild carry In 11
to Went Puiiit, liere-ifl'-f the animal ahonld no ..iircr
be rtlled the " Trujmi Iiu'-m'," but Hrng'" kiu-y.
UZr Since writing I he ihove we we, I'miii Uie Star,
that Mr. Bntgh-taartinlfy rcri-Hii! the piiutmeiil !
Antithrr Van Ilurrn M-thnif nt h'U. We. un-di-ratitnd
that the aub-njrntii in Mecklenburg, nt tin
Van Buren Regency at Rih-igh, gave nntiec f'f a iii!
lic ineeliujf lo he held at the ( oiirl-l l.mm- 111 ( 'Iwrlotte,
ou 01 mi uf Uuj daya of Contention Ltei lion, lor the uir
paie id titklllg ineaaiirea In m'ihI a lee,'lle to the Vkii
Buren Cauruis which inei-u in Itiltimnre, nn the '.IHh
of May. tin -eing the notice, Col. Ah -xawh-r, 11 ml
oilier Whi;a, declantl Unit they wihiII attend the meet
ing, not for ihe purpose of hreakin it tip. !ut to enter
into a fair ami mmly dinuwi'in Itelore the p.-opl . This
they had right to ds an the meeting win to he n pub
lic one. Accordingly, when the hour arrived, tiny
walked into the Court-Houc, but l ehold the Van Hu
leu.tea wcru not there ! lb. y hail " rome up uii.-vini;."
The truth is, we u iect that the Vnn Buren iiu u 11
bout Charlotte ire not yet up to all the tnckx of the
party. It is probable, however, tint they will improve
front tho example of Hertford, Warren, and .N'ubh. If
tbey wTh to get 'up ai' liirg'eaiiil 'rew-cUhle' iiieeti"ug,ft
in favor of tlie Baltimore Chucuk, lliey iniiiit 'not "give a
public notice; anJ,abovuall, if thoy-ttuii it u.be uihmi
insi, they must not hold it in tlie ('urt-Hyuatv or any
other public place : let them always have jt in mhuu
back room there, as in a recent 111 Mure in Iiiiimuna,
they can exclude' Mm people, and lei in only, the iii
tuiltd. . ... - - - . - .
(gj" Dinnir to Senator Miinqum. The Rilei-h
lUguUrrof lha 1-UU- uwlaul, coWhm. a e.re.p,m.tertee
Brtwecn i fVimmhtee, mi ihe pnrt of many of lite ctli- -son
of lUloigh, and .SeiMtor Aluwouin, inviting Inm to
a Dinner, lo be held on Uie loth liitlant at the Govern
ment House in Raleigh. The letter of acceptance is
written in 1 w.-irm mid xpirued tyle. We will uWi.-h
Uie letter and tbc,t'ie.r iirticetMliiiga.tif lb, JJutver ,.1
our nexl wti-k'a pnper.
- NluJcnti hf-lti riirvRiify nf SnVlh-t 'arntinit. "
We collect, from a luller published m tlie Kiclm d
Wbig,.dalcd;V Chapel llill. Aprl-SiHl,V. 4b -mHowmg-facUs
lo wit: that. Uiere are K14 Student at the C111
' varsity that "out oT lhi nornber, there is but okk w ho,
in any event, would aupport Martin Van Buren for Ihe
Presidency and only fit a who "defend the leading
measure of ihe Administration. These young patriots
have inviutd Senator Mangum to partake of a Dim er,
to be given exclusively by thcuisvlvca. May their
motto ever be "iirror petn?." .
Thn next Vice PretiJeitcy." The I'nion," a new
psper juat startud iu JNashviUc, Tumtessee, to support
Martin Van Burcn,' says, that it is reported m Nahhulle
on Uie authority of letters from WaBhinotii I'nv.
. " . e '
" that some time in February last, or perhaps later,
some 01 Judge V lutes irienos applied to Mr. W ood
bury, Secretary of Uie TreaiiUTV. lor lea ve ft, nut hia '.
dency on the White Ticket : and that he. V mtlhnrv.
declined tht inUtmUni Aenery and gnre-brrTeastinast
lencrtn'ln wrTtnigi" -'rrrrT : :
Without doubt this is so, snd we shall ere long have
lt IK. 11 , - .
" imury s wrnren flnsetTTClSTelfieTmbhcTA s
Mr. Woodbury haa declined. perhaps Uie next offer will
be made to Isaac Hill. Are the Whigs ready to take
buuest Isaac. UWa. would advieeudr-Wrntrs tank
ing frknds the mown in Uieae matters to let the
Vice Presidency rest awhile.
Delegates U the Legislature and Members of Congress,'
are now going on. So far as the returns have reached
and against Van Buren. If Van Buren ia driven out of
Virginia, he will not receive a single vote South nf thn
Putomatrlllaty arid present prospects
make that hope extremely gloomy for him.
Connecticut Eleeign$, nsssJsngSSSmUSL.
apprehend that Connecticut has gone for the Regency
Tennessee Convention. The new Constitution form
ed by the Convention recently held in Tennessee, has
been ratified by a very large majority of Uie votes of
the People. '.' V, ,""".':" ,
The votes far Ute New Constitution were 42,644
Those for the Old Constitution were "717.091
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