rove, jther -y
I ia a
-r x'"uhM. crmfurpfioNT '. "
- understand Mr, Miirelioad, m hi iperxh at
Pavidson, lost Tuesday, mails variety uf serious
charge! gainst the Administration ami j the;
"lert he accusal the Administration of corruption,
beca"i ,l,e ,!""r 1,10 orth Carolina iaitlrtl
giruck off and dirfirtliured a : Considerable num
ber uf Extra p ipen contniui?j the proceeding of!
the U'e Republican Convention at Raleigh, and
the excellent speech of Mr. AvKBV,w4iich we pub-i
jshed .it wek atleytng, or leaving the impre-!
mm oil th, mmd of lh portple by hi maimer,
that the Government paid fur I hi extra printing.
Nu ' vory fur Mr.''Morehead to mute
such 4 random charge, a this, for it ia a good dual
like hi charge again us but he will find it hard
to prod it; and wiles he ior$ prove it, how
,bould tie lUnd in the estimation of all hooora
. blemeof '' :Y,,..' ,-ti . -vU '
But, ha Mr. Morehead1 so oon forgotten the Icade
uf Extra from the office of the Raleigh Star, and
the Rcgiiler, intended to build up Mr. Morehead
fur Governor by propagating fuUe charge against
Judge 8aundi:u, his opponent?. Who paid for
these Extras f Our State Administration, we
might say, which would be jut about a reasons
Lie a M t, Morehead' conclusion in the other case.
Bui our ohject at the eommencefhent uf this ar
ticle was, to expose to ourjeador a most daring
, attempt to gull the people and mislead them by
the Harrison members uf Congress. While' Mr
Morehend and the Harrison leaders here are aba'.'
" sing the Republicans fur circulating c irrect intel
ligence among the people, their leaders in Congress
are flooding the country with "(1Tte MaJiionian,
Edited by a blue-light federalist, filled with the
gMneiet abuse uf the Republican party, and a pa
per which claims the right of Abolitionists to pe-
.' litioii Conjrew for.the accuniplishuient of their foul
desiens., Here we see men elected and sent to
i )Va&Iugton io4J.tbe People busioes,' eontribu-
ling ,t'-to the utmost of their ability," to a fund to
be used in publishing "political tmctt.litc of liar.
rtttm, etc., 10 no irannna ny metiioer 01 Congress
Vibe people. And we would not tie mirpriseto learn
' tiint lr. Morehead himself ia engaged in circuk-
" ting fliese Toiil ' uVuineubk , 6 - V -
This secret plot pf (he'rederaTiTa was tiiade puliTic
by the (blowing letter.-writtert by a member, from
the state w mw,jor Mi.2ijsvit eeems
""that in sending thii letter he mistook his man, and
sent it to a Republican, who promptly exposed the
author. -The federal member nf Congress ftom
North Carolina' are, no doubt,' using the same'
H'X'WIIO IV VlV lll'l IIVUIII'II M llllX aWtUlWe.
them look' outT7" But to (he tetter 7 I'
: ... . .. ,.,A v
WAsmaoToii, Feliruary I. 184a (
I encl,oa prospectus lortheMadisonian. I
circular, and aainple of pijier, The members of Con ; Thompson s iuilIT Aod yet, m New Jersey, rhiU
twssfcelinp tho deep importanceot a general difftisioQ delphia, and Maschuaeits, evea worse than this
ot l)lilicul iiilorinaiion, have cohtbibi TfcD, to the at- t ,1, n,j ei mrviiiri.M
m.i of ilnr ahUJu in , u tAi i i . . I -? Vn'Srr,l party;wnrrogarH.
6x.wa FUND. We hope to incrcaat it to. an amoeatf
mjiiired by Hie wants of the whole com aim Hy We!
WMtrto tlevoie tt McIiisivclyTd" thoi publication of po-i
kind tracts painplileta, lives of Harrison, Ac, for gra-l
, liutciid distribution. For the purpose of placing the '.
rtriipiMeif.'ir tttf present, to ute a portion of H. . j
We lii'i that tlio patriotic liberality of our friends in
tin1 country, by ubecriitinns to that paper, sort to-tlie
I'j'iil geouruiiy, will enable us to re-ituburo. ' If so, we ;
aJml) employ aouio able writer of political tracts, Slc j
Tne tat on each Whig member of Congr&s, in supply-:
mi' liia own oigttiuLM uuLluuL It ie4HwfeHrtornerJ"
must be remembered, tbatcnc-half of the'diatrirta
iww)ttet W-liwet h'ot o iiM-mbers Titrstc'sfirMild
! supplied. Every friend of his degraded countnr will !
hoao sha.neltwly abuse iL Tho Mj.lnonian j,
Iii pi.upmols iiuUliHlied by liu wiminilteo. W liats1
Int - ! It it In b hMM'(l that ever (nwn tvil 1 l,,rm thma
! It is to b" hojwil that every town will form these
.-y'tieeewiepspeW'WIth'tttttt tr"6uW,' could' pa-a
tliruujh i lany lnnJi. 7'a is the list chance of re.'
)rm. rnink not of the liardnets of the times,' We
iill be aninly n-psid M our liirht racriticeo in the
cmily i icreaMNl prosiierity conseo'ient unon the ax-1,
..1. . ..m ,.j..v.i ' r-f 1
t-af ui -ttt lai'Jtlllia liiMU lira vrui 1TC IfV
wrm with b"c and rich in expectation of glortona
twite But we iiiiat be vigilant snd relax no effort
We are contending wilh an enemy abounding in the
twnjof onrruition, and dispeed to ne them lo per
petuate it. power. The Republic eiecta every man
l io Ins dsty. Lei it be dime, and victory will perch
pwi ilio banner of tbe Conatitution. -
Picaae return the prtwpectua as eoon as convenient,
"rftepriBiifo,0rierded UyUEtt t'RAKK.
riuee aluo rive uames in the different towns to whom
r"iphleu,sVc, may be uaefully directed Yourobedi
utervant, . s'.' J.C.CLARK,.
1 The Hon. George W, Hopkins, member of Coo
t'M from Virgiuia, was one of the few leading
hpublicaos, who, personally attached to Mr. YYn.
fiier, followed lwt sposlate in the first stage
f lit dcsentori;ijnJerlTieover ir Coarwifim.
But ,mc MrVRivesvJate letref hfts been published,
t'mfesaing nisapii-itacy, Mr. Hojikins.too, has pub
iBbrd a letter wnttetf to .one fjhia con'siitueiits,
a which he defines his pTitiom" From this erv
uig tailor we intend -irrralfiah eXTrac(t
nerentter, but nave now only room far the Pillow.
which must be a most cutttog rebuke' lo Mr,
hB. Mr. Hopkins is a very popular amen in
etern V iruinia t - . " - -X
'The Conaervativ pHT in ft fTniivt Si.i,
Tilli ll It.r 1Ka m.imImiim nT A., iMmhln
-" prmciplea. And io the hope and expectation to
"i. oi to irffMy thea0 prujpies, I becsaie a
"cr of it But, since the prominent men who
that prt, and gave the greatest force and di
lnJM .it, have-plunged into dangmWo extremes,
"penly omntensnce and sopport the public
V public mcwes tbey lstaly oppwd ndrenrr
""i i It'd cmu'mni k. .... I. k. .1.. i..- r
h.1., , ' "na puotic principle lo return to my Md
LT1' "'"cwte of the Democratic party, and toco
B?ct!" Ub thaw i the public cause. - ;
T Democratic State Convention, lately held
Pennsylvania, recommended Martin Van Buren
candidae for the Presidency, and Col. R. M
Jutt for the Vice Presidency oTthe Uuiled
at the eniuing election. - It alo passed
,u,'"n approvinn of holding a Democratic
' ,ona, Convention at Baltimore in May next.
ft -" ';
Hon. Calvin Blvth hw been appointed Col-
wo( tbe port of Philadelphia, vice Governor
J1 Nyoritj. la the next Legislature of
... ""iiwTtna- iwtnocrai will bave a da
?f 91 in the House of Representative.
Corrvj'lioiii ia CtctUnsT'wi t! entM-
ed election iom New Jerejt which there
has been so much said, wnilio and duoe, ttwr are
tws otlier cttrw j t before CtgrtM i. be srttW.
We p-rcei these cases, t.k t.ie Jcnwy ea. be
gin to attract n,uh buttce ia the paprra a me
coutit o( thur roof m:(y,
Our rea.krs alrrt! ufiMari ib New Jcr-
sey case, and every Irf-rtnan wtw is enTitled tSS
sole ought to view with brrf this high harxird
tteiupt of a Governor, to trample oa the rihta ot
t!l pPOjJe. He ta'aiieatfy'ree-tTri sontu men
vIed Unlimgs frniB the Prrsv, tod kiefy a serre
rebuke from U s Hum o Rt-presccUiives, which,
by a majority of il rte) ha pot the seal of eou
demoatioweal hinv-lle now stamk tteCtre the
Country in aa uoetmable attitude, with hi broad
seal of wax. ' .-v y .. .- '
It is reported that snow aesr (acts hare come
outsioca ibaRepnrtof iho ComntiUee was' pub
lished, which exhibit the kn obiter in a still
more glaring light. B 4 more of this hereafter.
'. We perceive by the papers, that the Thibidelphia
cits U cms undergoing sa eisoMBatioa ia PtuU
oelphia, in the way at ukiog eiJeoce to lay be.
lore txmgress. ike eonteM n between Mr. .Nay-
lor, (Whig) and Mr. Inger4l, (Rtrpabticaa.) and
in this case, as in the New Jrey, the Federal
Whigs got the certificate of Election by gross
frauds, arc! secret bribery. II the eewspaper re
ports of the examination of the ca be correct, it
would appear that one thousand votes were polled
in one ward mors than there were voters ia it )
It" these statements be true, if is to be hoped that
the commissioner will probe this matter to the
very bottom, and lay bt&re Congress the whole
statement of the case. - $ ' ,,
The Massachusetts case is another Eleetina
. fraud, but, perhaps of a less degree thaa the two
preceding ones. We base not y el .seen a mil bis-
-tniy ctbla tttnsactiooniot, wis unfcnifand tUt
the sitting member got bis certificate by ajprt$s
int the rotes of a whole To-rnsiup, bv which
' been counitd, tije result would have been dilf -reoL
Now, with soch examples of fraud before them.
shall the people remain Idle spwat.vrs, Tand permit
t he a'xeto be laid at the root of our Liberty Tree t
What ought (fa he held mere saer br -freemen,
than a jrVec expre$mL m puiAic a-xli through
fhe bullot box ! Suppress theexerci-e) of lki$ rigk!,
and oor liberty is gwe. ' Let the people consider
he subjects well, aod jaay il the whule eowttry
ought not to rise and Uwn dowa 'these attempts
to destroy the rights f the penpie. ' J,
' What would the people of Rowaa say, if tbe
' suerin was 10 unaeriaHe, ine oar ener an cectioo,
- . . ... 3 - . .
Dl -IT 1 I . , . i ,-l .
10 861 S",aI, ,fM
- - J -claim-Sir ibemseltes mil tbe sjerats and mjl
the-eeear -in the "land. """Our neighbor, the
Watchman, has not . beiea n idle spectator of ail
these aennes going onj!V.p!,S'? Bt&te-tiam.
try, and yet it defends and j'Mifir these Haar.
potions of tbe rights of the people by the Whigs."
It these practices are not thtifticjhly cxnrasvd
and put down,' it will be 'useless fir the people to
go to the polls and sole at all, asrkss, bnrause
....r,. .fljj ju..Lj
,L ,br" T"1 '
trrit m. VIh.
- they-eee-te beeheeted (
by wmTm a Clrrk, "r a ShTtfr
AVa-a frost avime Tda Uii ai-mncrs frnm
"M sjatetjjaaal j)t.p
of Bonaparte in 181Lt seems to be the opiuioa
- . .
It i said that the arms of England and Russia
are not far a part in the East, aod a eoo&cl is a
, , , ' . o-
prehended between thetn. . -'
Il-lirwpe-elvowld' get rWt7'Sn.T fi Untied
State could maiotain a arwrrwli'a between the
belligerent Powers, it would add greatly to her
prosperity but the fear is, they Would not let o
- remain neutral- Our commerce would be very apt
to get entangled with theicoperatioos and soun in
volve u in disasters, if not ia war. The rrlatinna
between this country aod England are out na the
most settled ground. Tbe Boundary Question is
assuming a moctmora aerioos aspect. v We trust,
however, lhat the ' danger which Ihreaien snae
pass od without war ; no frtead of bumamty ran
wi.h fur such aa event, ahea be reflect on all the
horror that attend it- . , '
Tbe prospect of a general War ia Europe aod
Asia, may be gathered from the f dhiw ing :
" . rsoat tbb leases sraa.
lUittsk Paessions ia ltd. Tbe exiating troa
bles Willi Chins aasy, er any not, lead to a Jueg snd
costly war, but it a certain liiat- K4a looks earae-t'y
'at every difficnlty which may break oat m the Esst as
" opening a prospect for undermining the Bntisb pe
"in Ind. The wsr now anMecwtm spamst Circa,
and the assemblage ot a fenatdsMe Kama aqaadroa
in the Black 8e, all lend to tbe tortharsace of tbe
great obp-ct which Kuia has so avecb st InwrL 1 I t
deed it msy be said and K a amgar tact (Jut
war only enl in tbe Cast, snd great evrett may gr.ie
out of the trouble ia Imlia. ivr" M Trtn ' Tfi-'
puvtl'J oT Cli(jluJ idlutiia m tuoismaUbie toaseaaly
endangered, it M a araat remtrkatite acwa of sow
r, influence snd territorial limit rpriag cg a p. tt way
be (ant, from a asnre enoMaercisI ceiapsov. - We hrsr
. the f lor of uglaod iraaueotly nw at; bet the tit
r tlewlaud a a.very maU. p'tJoa uf tUt fkye
' t igantic sower is m ludia. The Brtfob Empire ia tbe
Est Jadiw aoXf influ 1p one baadwd mtlmmnf fro
" pie, and extends over l.2"l,(KJ sqsare mils mt ail
eumate, trota tb snow so the axxiaUms nf the G,nt
and llimruelara, to the bsramg ssad of II p!-"iL
. aad twalwa buadred mile f lha aavisaMe river l.i
due, Jung. Sulledge, Usage sad Bnnasnntia. wit!)
la nra cities, ta'.catu, J-IIL . bVnaren, Uicae, l'iws
Utoras, and tfenfey. laey aoU the i,re j-;al
and all the reipaing prince aalbeir fpptive. tad caa
- bring ioto the field aa array full a lare Rms.
. GuMpe eanant, by a ewnained efft, d4ose RatrUrid
from her vast pwaeon ia the Cl !, aad a to
the Cbians ir, a e uletit UmL. if d m pr rcd, j
- will be merely to see CM w uh tbe jaekasad eoaeera
Th Et-llom A- Reacber, bas b a aomiettrJ t r
Elector By the f hrriasiitea, ia Cara AhaiW,
. the District composed of Gadlord, Chatham, af Haw
do! ph, and est for lot District, a -iated ia tee Ut Es-
1 letgh Regiater. - f - vf ;-," - ; '
f)r The Goeerament deteriaiaeil to (aUblUa
xNayy Yard at CUrW- (A C)
....CET.HXRRtOS'.a cr.tRM.t.Y.v" '
We find the fillowmi correspondence poblislied
in the O.wego (New York) Palladium which pa
per touches for . i f genuine!, as it was furnixhed
fur publication by a mewber of the " Union Asao
cuiKMi," of that sillage (Oswe)
This asoeiatKm, as will be si-en, arc the politi
cal frtrtids of lien, H irrimtn, and addressed him on
the 3Ut of January lu as lullows t
"Diva Sib r Is aeenrdance wuh a r-liit:.oa of the
Udhsi Aauciatiua of tXwero, I am instructed to pro
ptwe tii fee quettioas to you in relation In sohjucts that
a Urfft purtHin ot this wet ion ot the' country feci d'Cp
inbreat .. , The trvt is " 1
Aw yon m ravor of receHinp and referring peti
tions fur tne iiumodiate abubtkio of siavsry in the Dis
trict of Columbia. .. " . .
" Second. Are you in favor of a United Slates Dank,
or some institution similar to tliat, r tbe safu ks'ping
and diveaiainf; of the public moneys, and ht giving a
aailurui currency throughout the Uniteo Males.
And lastly. Would .you lavor tlie pawnee of a gen
eral bankrupt law by Congress, so that its operations
mi?hl be eiisal m ru toe tHates ot the Union.
I have only to say, sir, that the above inquiries sre
made in acconiam-e with the muuiiinous awns of this.
association, the members of which, I am instructed to
say, entertain the.highest regard fur your past services,
ao4 hope, should you be elected to the high office fcir
which you are nominated, that nothing may occur to
lessea you ia tbe estimation of a great and tree people."
This hitter is signed by .Vc Hotckliu Cor-
responding Secretary of the Society.
Tbey received the following answer ;
, CiaciMaATt, Peb. , 1840
"Onwjv ' Awitiutkmtimlemtn! Your
letter of the III ult, addressed to Gea. llsrrwnn, has
been ptsced in our possessum with a view to early at-1
tentanol This ia unavoidable ia consequenoe of the ve-1 '
ry aomeroes letters daily received by the General; and '
to which bis reply ia person is rendered absolutely un-1
1 .t. L. CI ' .' t , .. ,u, 1
!! ii Li. , " TT.f ZZ"'l.iZ , -
two, you will attribute tbs error rstlwr to ourselves arni.
, lnw.lT. M 7" -H""-;
b: lOHaediais ailvmers, Uian ven, lisrruuii Joes
lu-j ia, that't (merai stale as ftrtkn Jrtlormtum i
kvmh-i. t.m tk. mAty white oerumrine bis
r 1 " J r j 1 J p
present so.tiotvuck couraa b busw sJopteuV aot
lor purposes ot' e-mcesJinent, nis- to avoid all prmier re-
spooMbiUty ; but ander lbs impression thai the UerMw
ais views, is regard to all the important a pd ; exerting
fttestiues of the ilay, have heretotire been giveo to tbe
wbetiier connected with cmtiiutKnl er ether qnes-
of J terjf general interest, hare uiidergone no
change. The committee are
to the fopriy ofthis policy; thai oo uew uwje be I
mute In Die puwie, from the consideration that t tie ;a-1
tioaal Cooveotioa deemed it impolitic at the then ciisis
10 Mblwb.aa general dttlswulun of ike mnps nl the
M rft. QppHwmpmrt9rSMA satismly ttw pntw-y at the
preaent remains unaltered la tne mean time, we
casoot help expresmng the hope that our friends every
where will receive the nomimtioe ot Gen, Harrison
with esacthuur skua to eeneruo confidencn. - t- - -
iTbe committee are. bow. publishing in pamphlet
form, many of the former expressed opioious of the
General, and facts and incidents connected-with his
past hie, which will be.jUwaracd.ta you at aa early mo-
; This answer is signed by f David tiuynne, J. C.
Wright, and O. M. Spencer," three lea-lingcdcr.
mlisU of Ohio, and supporters of the General.
"So, then, here the Americans People have an
aounced to them the astounding fact, 1'iat a man
who is -pa' forward "for rhe high office of Presitfont
of the United States is pot permitted to answer
V P ? h..!I'h',&!kw-iW"
bave a right to know his sentiments, and that he
ia surrounded by a Conjidtnlial Committee,'" who
have bis conscience and principlea to keeping, and
who regulate kirn as guardians regulate the con-
doct of mtoors or idiots 1 I such a man fit for
ted ftj-t, And fhi- rM, f'.tJtl
31 ' I
don't intend he shall answer 'any mors question I
Was there ever such an insult offered to lltejiijej.li.
f geiHBoTTKiTXnierican PeopUtl , .:
-Trtrry- doea w write rfiprtrWy" telnffla'T" "
TBot the manner of this eraiiaa ia note axUaurdir
nary taa'ISsevMtoa itselt'. I'tie federal candidate, tn
iimurioo pf the jAjyal. and kfrtmwte Tnotwfcfit of the
a area? of" divine riht" and "paasivs oUylience," is
shut up ia bw caaTLa (called a log cabin") at North
I Ben1- aIu.led from sight, and protiibited trout answer.
I ing e.ueslioos ! To what can lais yeakxis supervision
J be puqL-Uia tWasmee; thtrrmnmril toiTe-
faver the reapoose of this oracle of IXxloni, appro-
nn uii lav K,JUU p".raiiwH win hiik rvuviii i
disclose too sjuch of bis ' ptwitsM" to smt the purposes
ot t mysterious conclave that aresides ever bis eon
scieace sadopinionst Or, has be so many opposite fac
tkjes to ptcsse, that it is toipnaaible to satisfy them all,
and, for that reason, -takes refuge In dojfed silence I
Without eooM, bntt these frmstdcrstions have led to
the adoption of a policy more insultioir 10 a free people,
who are called apoa to rive their suffrage to a man
who cannot be trusted with the disclosure of his own
seotime.iui, thaa any that federation ita yst ventured
loavow.. .:... -t - v . . ' . - j .
The folhiwiqg array ol argument against Geo.
Ilarriaia is (rum a Uteuumber of the " Georgia
Joafauf," lb leading Stat Rights per of Geor
gia.' Thi paper is no w and sver haa been opposed
lo Mr.' Van IWeo, but, tt teenrv, rratillmora Tip;
piMed to Ge II irrwofK -Wrll ourlJtitr Right
heads iea4.ain .wtef3.
rasa eaa aaosou ova.b -
Til StmttM kigktt pi la still as wi-U liw-.
pmrt rn Gs. tUasiaoa.- Protending lor, and deter.
tbioed to advance, their pnnciptea, aa wall ss lo main-
laia their Isadaiarfcs, tbey will not yield support to nee
sr'm is.to their snccessso thoroughly aa enemy. Let
ua for a aMiaent examine into this matter. tS have
betw a eorfam iew ot GetJiarrtsuarWhicb we of
fer ia pnan ot nor pilHm.
Mmlt dueiwg the itt Uf lurfofT
aad a saalous supplier of the (editioa law.' ' r
- II at sa arfvecaw P internal tmpeoveioen'l by tbe
FWal Governroeni, maintaiouif Ui power of Cua-
m to eonsuuet road and canal witba tb Kspuc
kte Sute.',. ' "' '.-..'-..
ilesdwitama Pmteetire Tir:f,n4 eveb taa
ig at ataay nwcoiwaneaof life.' W hen in the U. State
Setate tB" I'STani Dt opjiisd ill reductitsi of llwt
iniquilua aysteaa. ' These are km word aaed oa a see.
lata occastua: "lie weaid aoar c ra ttrrrls of
Avrii sad CaarleaKM casered wtth grass, than ton.
teat ta a mtiihcattu er rearal nf ike Tariff Ims.
Haia ProcUoMtinaaada Fore Bill ana In one
el bw peecbo he declared;' :
I bar nut, lellowertisees, endesvnred to explain
to yoe the principles spon wkick the Government ot
our Umoa ta formd. I reeoimneed to yon, however,
the I'rociamslKiA of the Pr-axlenl of the United Mutes,
wl a the lUtb of IVc last, and the epeechiof Mr.
W-fbiter, delivered m the rtenata of the U. H., at the
but 'sesana of Conam, in sawr to ia arguments of
Mr. Calhoaa, ss containing the mot ebaioent aad raw
iti.ryxpnitioa of those principles that hars recent
ly puMwrKH. Vy amiuif that frneUmtmn, I
thmk Gea. Jacaam h renderrd service to hi cono
try T f rearer BMgmtade tuaa am pWndid vtcuiry at
Aew Orleana ', . - :
. We will aot y that he I an ahrditionurt, because
w kivese coutniiictioa after contradiction, to thw
cbsrire. but we ft ml him charged ay.h writinj tii fol
kwne. Ui owe sirmtura is sppeoded lo the extract.
aad abould it ta a false charge H' jrtoiid lotsgere th:j
lia've pivoB eontniilictVn to it. It w taken from the
rhilaNtliV'ipMt, a psper'iirintsd in Oiito:
7'o l ht Puldtc rVlliiw-citixis: Buing called
auddenty homo to attend my sica tmiuly, 1 tw but S
moment to aiwwor a li'w ul tlie calumnies which are in
Circulation concerning m.
. I am aocuti of baing friendly to slavety: From
my earliest youth to th! present moiuent I bave been
the anient friend of Human liberty. At the aire ot H,
I BW:AME A MEMBi:itt)F AN ABOLITION
CHJTi', esUblmtiwI at Kuhrnund j tiie oojitt of which
was to ameliorate the Condition of slsve. and procure
their ffsoloin b every Ifirsl means, , My veoentbls
friend, J ide Gatch, ot Clermont county, was also a
member of Uim society, sml baa lately given me a cer
tinVate that I was one. The nbtiifHlum ulmk I thrU
Mine esder fuilhfntty prrfitrmrd. ,
WM. HKNRY H MIRISU ,'
InsdJition to this, ffon all Hint we can father of hi
acta, in relation to al tvery, we do not cotMitlur him
soiind upon that subji-uU s - .
' His election w mid five ascend 'ncy (a priueiplHS at
war with the Constitutions-principles which JrH''ro
niarj Republicans have, ever warred againnt wiihtxit
. comproiniae,. :, . t -
1'heoe are a lew, snmng the many reMn, why tU
State Ritrhts pnrty cannot, and maintain Us integriiy,
support ', iL Uaaaiaoa liir the I'rvaklency. ,
NORTH EASTERN BOUNDARY".
On the 20th ult., the Presideni communicatml
to tho Senate, a late corresfiondei)ce between our
Secretary of State, Mr. FoaatTH.'aiKJ Mr. Fo,
Briti-b Minister at Wahington,which iiulicatea any
thing but a peaceable termination of our North
Ii stern Biuiidary Question In regard to this
question, the Alexamlria Oaxetie (good authority)
, remarks ' ,r. " ,-m , .v'
Ws rewrrt to indirra the public that the dinmite bo.
tweeo lit : United Hum snd (ireni Britain, ia relation
to the North Kstrrn boundary, has, for Tlie-nreseut,
swunied an onfisorable aspect. It is imrleralmxl at
Wssbingion, t!at Stt. tox, the Brilwh Slinirter, has
rvecttully dectmed any further correapondencQ with
UmSecmJrv of Hute, ui.ul he receivei further sdvi.
rMtm.a h14 .,m,r,i.nL.n(tlh.llih.rilt..hnm..
ta in plmnt mntxd, ft instructitu m to bit future
courm. It will Nt t?mmtnrH thut Urn hut not on tlmt
P- T?wTr" "Tv" were num
Jarfi and hftlhe diulomausta eompleiely sViMessto4
matters ot tact In the mean time, a retrimeot nf u. d.
Artillerv baa been ordered on to Maine, which is now
on its inarch to the frontier. It i alsoJinQwn,tlistLlTue-Prin!inf fJommtttee have olimioed tea-
srnne members of CoojroBt, intimately acuuainfed with
lb eubjret, b va exprsssre their ssrwasnf reheeseme
of immodiats diltioultv. Il is nroner that the nubile
shouid be mnle acqiniiitedfwiUi the facts of tlie case.
!"' ,; H ;
c q jj G aRstsioN ax
' B 'ldw Vs'glve a, letter, fumi a geailemaa who is
n4iugi' teniiorary stay in Washington, and also a
letter to the Kditor or the Charleston aisrcury, eon
taininir intensstinir sketches. ' - '
Our latest date from Washington are lo (he 2tb
nit.- On tliat day, the Treasury Note Bill, authorizing
the UMue of five millions of Dollar in Treasury notes
lo meet the immediate' and pressing demand of the
Government was passed, by a vote ol lit) to Wjor
; (-four maiariln ft T . ' ' ' :
The people of this country are but poorly informed
of the outrageous course ot the tederalists tn tjongrea
to embarrasa the proceedings ot that body, and prevent,
it pogiible, luppliea being voted to crry on the opera
linns of Government. On llii Tre&aury Note Bill,
they kept np their praetieeof 1 speech-ma king not to
tlie question betoretlie MiKiae butabtiHinstlie llepub-
bean prty and in praiai-of Gen, Harrison, furweok,
while they sdmillti themselves lint it was neccntary
and hurhly important that some provision should bo
.mda to av the Government from bankruptry. Ono
York, kept the House in session mir tchoU daa end a
night endeavoring lo stave off this Bill; and behold I
when the question come to be taken on it, one third of
thci federalists, fearing to voto again$l the Hill, left
the House, snd did not vote at all in it as they did on
the New Jerse question. Did the pixiplo coinmiwion
these men to go to Wiahinffton in order to prtvrnt the
bnsinera from being transacted f-One weWiru
- ftnmthrrrr "" ; u , .
mi !.: . .1 - I . .1 - r .
.The proposition to print the Journal of the Commit
tee and the evidence in the New Jersey caas, i still
k-iw eVvate byt
Thoy will keep off, a long a possible, the evidence of
"Ihetr tjraWft'fcMtsawng tb the public gtiid."' " ""-"
' A great deal of private bnsuiess haa been tranmct.
rjdr-wtr.rther IKwi', mtd,"wtwnin;.wW&4yf'!kr
,u-eriy aitioornment probably th best thing they
, could da 1 be Sub-Trury Bill ha not boen repirted
from the Committee of Wy and Men. .. e,v. 4
Extract of a Utter to the Editors of tke,iijfrn. at.
The proceeding of Congress are be
coming more interesting as tho fcScwion advance. The
imporfaat measnres are now under consideration, and
the different parties have to how where they stand.
You, no doubt, know that, owing tn the (3omprAinie
Act, and other c iuaee, the income of the Government
for 1440 will not be sufficient to meet the expenditure.
For the puroose of supplying the deficiency, Ihe Com
mittee ot Way and Mean have reported a Rill for the
issue of five million of Treaiury Note. Thi it pro
posed us measur of temporary relief! It, will not
only relieve the Government, but it will be of gnat
ase io relieving in country. This bill will cenamly
paw, as the AlinmitmtiMrHrty andwinioot-lhe4Vhiga
will vote for it ; but it i violently opposed by moat of
the Harrisoo men, particularly from the North. . And
what do you thitiK tney winl in Ha place 1 Soto of
them have come out openly for raiaine tlie imiXMt du-
; ties that is, fie- getting npthe Taairr galn ! ' Oilier
of them come out for a new National Dtbtl Tliey
I seem to have llitir heart set oa more txe and tn-
olher fublic UetiC: , . 4,
Ime of the llarriwm men; Mr.-Marvin; brought for -
ward a Bill to appropriate llmmnw, rA I may v id
, the end, milium, on plan of Internal Improvements 4
r 1 he friend ot tne narmnnnration. to man, voted
tgatoet tbit KhoKMi; whde all the Hanwon frien, except
a lew Trout the iilti, went tor it. ' The House rulued
to receive th Rill; but tl.ia shows the principles of
men. If these folks could only succeed iu slecim th
old man Harriaia, what a Wide row they would take t
It would not b kmz hefor wa would have sn Increase
ef titerTatijf, snd sll th blessings of a new national
debt Died oa Ui const ry.
" t tiare DO d-Kibt y..u bav eea tint vote ha been
taken on tb New Jersey cse. Tha Connor's niea
kav been rejttted aad the Proptr'l men put ia the
teats, What a rcUik Wiia is to the decoders of that
. outrage comiaittsd by Govarnur Psamnjton. The Ad-
eiinitration ma had t majpritg of jmljr wttl or avaia
"th Ilouso, aod yet, whs the vote wis taken, the
hees-wsx" men were rejected by a nwjority nf tkir-ly-OM
totesf It is said that some of th foderalial
wees slang by their conscience, and did not vote it all.
No vote, I believe, baa yet beea Ukaa on th Inde
pendeat Treasury Bill, but 1 aadrsUnd it will become
a lw thM Svwion. .
Tha money tn pay the oU penaioner haa already
been armcnpristed. The only moMure, it is said, that
bas passed this ftewion, without opposition, was the Bill
- . .i . I r i i ....
m pay lowmsmofnioi ixHitrreas tnernseive. I rxMio"
, Uii waa a pretty popular Bill, as all partiesvoted for it.
GifTerpoadtlv the Charleston Aerewry..
' :. ,''. : ' WAMiiacrToa, March 1,
The lute movement in iha Smibte of the United
States, and the nu nerom petitions ind account of
public meetings wlnoi,we receive daily from I'enn.
ylvam and other Btates, havuii an eye lo the re
establishment of the Tanll, render h quite prnlw
ble that, before Ihe close of the fSossion, a criou
etlort will be made to revive the ayttein. V ,
"1 r Tha abnetice Of other iTir lo occupy his atten
- linn, caused this matter 10 be alluded, lu in paxsir-o,
lately by Ir. Webttef. Jlio batik hobby hot been
' . . .... . r ' .'
ridden (o denth hy its supporters, and tlie penjje,
without even the precaution of L'gis!iuii, arei
fully awakened to the evils of tnonooiirtst that all
the sophistry in the world will lie unable to firre
them aifuui to support thene eampyres on our aa
tioiml and individual prosperity.
This, in itself, exhibits a henlthier slate if feel
ing among the hiahs of the M:uple, and the recog
nitliHl by nil of the utili'y uf a entiMituUual eur
rency, inusl have an equally good eflix-t mi jeig
their eyes lo the frauds tei-! ruled uihm the wbnie
producing community hy the niiwcalh-e Americaa
This is about all we have just now in s;eeulsie "
Utxifl, as the rucceas of the great nwanure l Go- .
yernmont are placed 'beyond a douU, since the asV "
missHNi of the memliers from cw Jersej, fuaw at
whom were qualified yesterday, and the oiaer is
daily exiected to take his seat. After a tapes ef
torn three months and a half, tbe majoniy baea
at last succeeded in getting bosiitess ra rrwia, aad
if any error or dVlny oceura, it" will not be tbe faat i
if I lie opposition. Il'uce, the necewiity for fixing
an early day of adjournment, aodthe arrlt b
which Senators, wiihout distinction of party, prese
that initasure. Two weeks from this time, whoa
it vU be taken up, you will find a large vote ia
fnv.ir nnd when U reaches tbe House, the sellable
men of alt parties will unite in passing it, "
The Cumberland R jad has received its tjwnas
in th House already. vTlieaingle aneech Mr..
Pickens, with a Utile sharp shooting by . Mr. Hub. ,
bard, of Alabama, sent it t Bn early grave, ia '
spite of. all the-efforts of a boat of orator, erbeac-"
cu,ned weeks in surtaininfl its death elraegk. v T
v rhe bill fir the iue of five miliums f Trea4
sury notes is the immediaia tnmnesa ju arw b
fore tho Hi'iuan. and aftns.' amna Thflnae -
tlemon TeHut wlml bs been said tea biaJ'? "V
limes, and keep a quorum from remaining. !it..
friend Dr. Pelrikin may soccoed ia dropping tl f
previouf question on them, and thus Kmure the . i
pnymet,iof the public debts which they say sat
ilia depart men! are rapidly accuroulatins. fcoana
two or throe morning have been occopiedia Com :
mitloe of the Whole, diyiiwiiis; this hili, aod, ia
day, Mr.1-Culeh CuHlimg ia finish inf a,peecfcf , '
agatnii it, comuitmccu about a wsc stare.
pile, and we shnlr .not hear .until jhe.4aC-liii---
rrtonlP. vhnUamount , is .ti be paid Messre, Blair i
d Rives for executing tbe public work.. Tee . ' f . "
onuui v is inat oocnange will tie nauia w iaaftrv -ceauf
1819, a fixed by a joint rewdulioa ti Caa--.,t .
Kress,'1 in isct It hi quest ion with many a ta v
tlie atrthorrty of the flmrsn atorar tt-aJtertto,--t
rate without th concurrence f lh Sovattw m
The Committee on Foreign A flairs baa Ueir ;
hand full, between China, Maine and Mexiostat
nothing definite can b done until they bear further .
from those parhu and the probeSihty ia Ttiat soma-
time will elsM0 before they will offer a Report.. V
y M r. J oiiet .t he Ch tir man nf t he. Committee if War .
nd Means, is in the depth of business, tar wluca
be is iiow'allowed to tfhow eminent talent. Ilets
ably supported by the member of hi Commnte, ,
and cannot fail in carrying through whatever may
be reported. . . :.:!.'--' r - . -
I learn from the Committee on Public roili!ing,
that G rcoiioughe splendid marble statu of Watt
.ingtoo on 1iorebnokiit now-ready UMtmXZr.
from Italy. The otd Tirotm afbiir now in tbe ceav
Ira of the Rotunda, will probably be throw a tuta
the Tiber, at Mr. GreeniMiirb nrntHswi to ydec hi
pedestnl of len foci i asked for, to Vlaci the figwa :.
upon, and the whola axoeasa will erulakls- an. '
proacli 100UO, 4 ...j, L4.
A' Symptom of War, Tb London Wee
Dispatch,. of Feb. 19th', sayst "Tneaerormt
ceivedjnim the United fjialca are oftbraewrijg
aspcclfrne scientific men sent out by Ihe Brititdt
Government to survey the disputed territory, a r
'. !5!!Ilih.aUJ a hula of Un defied"
Tnn'J IralonMlurGreBt Britain, and th full etrunnh ,
othe flattorttfrM ba piX&l&i'r?,""
' The DisplMf it a radicut paper. Vnil not Lkdr
lt.bt oeyi,ver Goe-T' ,
eriiinentr; 1 he above, however, is the only awaice r fc .
we have met with, of the Report of th Boundary v a ij
Agent. Ifthelitatemont be trie, the Tact M to-- 1, 'i,;.'
doed important.-rkiladrlphia Inqwrer.
"Otd; Fnrfifcliii HT.'Winore was onanimously elee-
(od President of ihe 8. W, Railroad Company,
ki.i r..i ti i i . . .
Col Gndfuln m l,Mn lf-iAt fc
A woman m Hi. Louis, in the absence f ber
husband, look, down a rusty nintol lo cloaa it, not Vf- -uppolng
if lo he hded, and anappnd t first mi a - -
femaloncighlior I o scare her, and then twice at k t ,
Mr. Russell. The secoud time it went nfl and Vi!U ! .
ea .mm. - aa- much for the fi, of ludiiu
with what one due not understand. - t - - '
Tlie llichigaa Sutcaman says: A tittle wirt ab"'''
eight years old, dsoghter of a willow women reeidmg .
about eight miles from Lspwer, ws rVighveoed irj imrh J
mannor, on Wcdncsdty af last wsk. that ths Cied ta.
about two hiMir after her Iright. Her brother, a small'
lad, dressed himself in a dried bear ekui,ud chased
nor ne wa going tp neighboring house," "
-We have jut heael of tlie rciTrion.bj flterianeVl. - "
vsuis Legislators. nf thn kill In n...i..VTl. .
sumd fcpcci paymeata, by a tot of 49 ioi , r.- a... -
Trial of- Wind. The trial of ijj uVuiifur t una te voaa, J "
foMhe nmrdor of hi daughter, ha ""TiTTwrind ia ttt -ti-fMMi'
.. ar .nfurwvi ws ins C f HttJ irVeelaMVlHrXafV
i'htlsdHprrtf Court oftjlyur snd Terminer,.! .
In this Count, on the Vilth nlL. by the Re?, fismnrd
Rotnrnck, Mr. JAMRii CAilPiaN lo Miss CLEM. J
ENTINE V, HIEUCK. 4 "
In this County, on the 2ith u!t : b ''"
JH, Mr. OUADIAH UAUrTUN t Jlis. EUZ.:. , '
BT114KX)DMAN. , ' -,: ,, -
" Just Ueceivcti, and lor SalcV
. f - IOC Keg Nails, aborted aiaca, .ftZ,- .-.-1.-.-
' , Z 'og"nctus fujsr, , . -
m 1 ., .llo, .-i. JdoltSBftL" - -fc.
n S-W'SackaHalt, . 1 1
L--..J0 Dozen Gorman graassytiies, -m- ' -
do. nghhgraia du" ,
- i'S0 Barrel tupertiue flour, ." ";
'-. 'Hi Boxes bunch Kaim,. '
r if , k & w- MURnir.
fialiliury, Mrch57, 111). . , . ' ,
Ntn,ICB.-AII tliow indebted to the Estate of Jota
Turner, doe'd., eitlier bf bote or aocouf.L r m. ' '
quested lo come forward and make immediate payment, -
ww wiiiKvr inuuiRsnes can given. All IIkmo ha-'
mg claim ginl aul litate, are requested to present
them, duly authentieated, within the time prescribed '
by law. pr this notice will bo pl.-ad in bar of tbetr ro. -
wvary. . , . It. TURNKILI .
, a .TURNER, 1'
Rown County. N. f! A,;r it in .
From the SotA Carolina Manufacturing "
rnJ SobKribar fas rweived large wnplyiXai . .
a from tli above Compny--oiil, if not aup-TKir,
to Northern make, and ha mail arrangement for a
rt?tilar tupply wl.u. h writ be wold, teh'Ursale mr eeo4,
on reamnahlo terms.- - MICllAiX CKUWN -
; tiiW)ury, U, March 37, 110. 9' '