dumber X ot YoVumo Xvl.;
j.Vt. fir::i Ccziuinwr: fi . . 1 , -
Ji,5:J(:.,,ci-:f-'".':",',;-' r "
' .', TED! Or THE ,
'iwl&sed wixKtvu.ii-iicnA r. fishes,
.lir.V'irrCmW'Hip'tli!iJ',1 every Fri'y,
i-J'pei annum, U advance, or fcj "A if not paid in
tMJ month Irjm ibe.ttme of wilwcriiiuig. .07" No
p!P,i will tw 4wc6ntiOHt will! all irrMrujWisre psid,
jl uw mbwrHier, Is worth the cubscription ; iJ thn fi il
uwtoiwUfy the Editor of a tLh to discontinue,! let
tfM MdXTH befoa lbs end of die year suWribed far,
bssonsidered BeW engegeiiiot. ' J'
I ir 4JwrMfini coiwixcumhiIii and correctly itv
ru-dtl por q lro--o w.-or i ftm L
At ttii mmi type; tor we nr insertion, aim fei cenui
fgf eich citimuucts. Ccuri and Judicial advertise
BR-nn " per Cc'ot. U-Uur. tlwit the ubove rate A do
dicwwiof 3 1 per emit, fruui tlni regular prices will
in mil t-ywiT advertisers. (KT Advertisements
it itt fiif publication,' mutt be marked with tbe nura
tar of iuontmis desired, nr tlicy will be continued till
(urtiiJ, a.wt chased accordingly, -,. v. -.ST -
f M.'(.uro attuiition, eH let'em addressed lo the di
tor pa Wiusw, hum ifrw VoMiuga.
-rrvsla ff.l l&lra .Globe.;;,
, ... ';' y t , ... ' i ";"
Ylits Piper 'itt bn pnl!lshJ imtif "lhe PMsidentlal
E'ocison hi IVovcmber, IS W. witU om numbed after
ltd filing Ki wsult in ctctat) and an index.v', ;,.r
f,!bf Sfni oumiwni will lx iiriniwl ; an4 all pewona
.. L,. ;;,., imidiutelv. nainra and money are
Iretiifijd brliirp fyal wrpliM'ybai lie ;baudtcd, ill
' mm v
' Six copp .; 5 J Twcotj'fivf copien 20-J
4ml a dm aai'iic rale for' greater mioibtr. " t"
Mr, Koii(U!l, kin P.MtiuiusWt GuimraV mill COntrj-
"iu uTOi i jm'piS untiTTfiXvl to!fc. " , " ''.'l "T-.
, -Tli uwwen of ubncribor pineurfd pm thitrrot?
pjdua.afld'lb one)ri,aUouW be aent dtrtctly to hiin,
tuj; paid, or ihriiUjjli pun' iuaiWM, wtitf are with.
femk njes, "current In the ioclion of codntry where
"'are nut more than ton prent, below specie in valuet '
. Wttpipr Will be teat anlew tbe eiouef be acluall
' V". " HAVING located hinwlf permanently in
J:;? f the Town -f SALIKBITUV, tendera hia
4u&3 pnJWior! ioric t tu'ii'na and the
itytcM tfnvnXtf, fci ad th varunii braneliaof his pro
tiMiuik lie can b Mind at hii Office, un main eirtt
tm Bjur below lb office uf thtj,, W.tof a-toruluuan."
. . July a, 1:4a. j; , .r- . -v h . -
fawavd4iM Otltee to i0, 1,
the Oilice Ho f .the Jtlaomou
lanary-J7I 4i) -s'-rt, ;--r4,- jr
I ESPCTFUiLY'oneriilii profioial arrvieea to
Uie 4l!ieM of Ujrtrttry, th nnoandlaj'
trHini;. ' Hig iwfma lii Wiiirt tttllUMMaaitt
uijr, ai'aily eppitaX 4. W. Murpby
tialwb-irr, Ni-C.,AoruM wyij;.
A'lurjo alock- o(
freab and -genutne
,ryfa. VV RU ING
PAPTR iiju InrirA aunidv of '
; Winci and Spirit, (for Medical nee,)
wWh till tc .td lit whtilrwilc nird retail, at price
R,y.urf, Juno" ID; 1 9 If." ''
- mm.i.4 jLaV-- aef' Sanies .
w soiiuia a ornii
HIK Snhseribers, Agenti fir th Lexinglon Cot.
tne Factory , wnpU iid'orm the pubbo that tliey
hive ju rt-ceiv d and now offcr for sale, wholesale
sod rvtuil, the Cotlou i arus of and 1- aclory, coo
Mit ut various tiumbitrsT b eJertor quali
ties aad character of the Yarns of this Factory are
well touted and known as tit need .no reonm
lasiattaa from as Those wishing to pur
chase wi',1 pleae g iTe a a call. , a
U.fX C k.,WllLBLi:R, Act.-
Ai-ra 2-t, i40. -vv ."-...-:.;'-: i
ltllUCKSVILIX, D VYIK r0UNTY,TJ. Gj
IV'tUMS lh public that BChrofmwed from kill',
V.'1 Ci.MS ih public that be ha rr-tmwod from kis
I'irmrr stand, to hia new building en the public
in bt;:rcwTi nt'Mrickvi)l', whrre he will eon-
to lji;a a UDUSa OF ilMUtrAIAJtrt.
M t lLn.' n roomy and cominodioua f atraebnd te
bicb ire sh :f.iiiti)ri-.ble Offices for gentlemen of the
r.tll eonvpuiuiitte Uio Coiirl IIo)a. Tbe smWi.
ber pl4m hirvwclf in Hie nvnnt diligent eaertwmt, to
r Ntufaetinn to aueb a may call ou him. Uis Ta
mraaa B-atiiea ite pttivniee in uis ocas. nneri..
enumre w itffaj.itTd n rtamnuanui
fcj.-j . '
we wm.itrv wi t I Jid. sna mssorvanis arv w.ui-i
.an srampi, : -j ; . . y, ?
it, im.) V " -. V -.r 1' ' t
.'y'-li Subciibr;r will (rivo steaJy employ metil to two
oufn.'Vftirii Cosch-makt'r. who tn tome
il Kcnui ii.-ii i..,! Air hthits of fc.linHv ami mduxtry.
Tkrl)iuiiii-! w ill lip to make and ri'pmr Ciclii'ii, A.C.,
whia,'(tf tney suit) ho .ll pny liU-ral wnee.
juu.i r, oi Aim i.-
fcn?'i, CK tA-v 11, l-.TJ.
. ., JP.HF, ubwnbfrhaaon hind
'..'. ' ) i sr. ! f-.r Pair, s bis BIiup
.siiVi v, three tirst rate Il4 H'.ien.'
. ... - tsiucu.N jiir.r.ic!L.-
bi u, isjRk h - It
MATCHIX:?? S A NAT I VI'.
3 ti.V!ilni-1 !,.
r--nn in for tJ'i.'.e liy..lhe
! 'cvtile, M 'ii' .T'linTy eo.
CON Gil ESS I O.N At.
' r""v"' v ! ; r -s
from the ;V(tMl hilt:Urm9tr '
KEM VRRS Or fVIL 1.I.NCUI.N, CP "dASA, ("bkli evry IWIwil w l;:s-deemed-
CMivercd in tlia of S.-ireNiutiv At' l',!' m eo.frrtiity wtU''t!ie i;,a, u v,uli a the
1:1 1, iu riyiy to Mr, Ojlc, u;wj tne pr.M'.k ui iilr.!ity of prc-o-ut proviviutit. ;
tlie Utter to u.u out tiie Ufar.-ai A,;r a;i.vaj Kj( thi iiiPiutii-r coi,.UiiH f if as it monalrou
lt.il a ttiiall una lur a2traciwa aa4 im.u of U'.'n.?. i.i ih PrJil.mt of tin L'nit-J State.' in'
Prtnideot'e lioutie, 4t.t
, ii t - ... i
i t .n ka lr. Ltxcour oixaitMhl tlx it ma
. lale in the eveomg, and, perctag that b ra
. ti'ued by tiie ktug Mttto, it as pr.cJ to ad
journ tli debate to tbe lUlowmg djy, Ut Mr. L.
' preferred ying at once what lie bad to sy. IU
- began by reply ma to auioe racnarka of Mr. Ojtc,
, iucuieiita) tn tlM ruaia oVbiie, ulin oocaoo, wj1.4J1.mant or the nloawrc of t!io rxviplo. Forlortv
; te count of hii reply, to Mate enaM partimtawi
. ia nica m remans oa a urawr oay ti bcea
iniwtated, proUbly became taiaunoVmoud, by the J r,Jo the Irhmc, suppiied the tur,.!ure, diroctod the
I Kepwter for the Globe ttewapaper. After di-o- ncl.wre end iwproteinetit of the ground, and re
; sing of this preliminary matter, Mr. 1 proceeded titrcJ their occupation by the Chief Magistrate.
! io tUe main aubject bciure the Committee of. the flTw aalary may be aulHcteat for the oilicer. , On
I" Whole, upon wUich be spoke as tikwsi". :.jiliispoit4 ta'te wo mm villa lite iember.':'.8a
; The hiember from PetuMyltania (aaid Mr. Lia-j eu; thf.per diem of ciht dl&n be ample cumpeiv
eolo) lias inawted IhiUtheteodoocy J"my irkafitioo tr a Reprremtative inConresa ' But uues
? was to junufy the purchase of eMwtsjaotartrf)'!! arroonl.Kra tnibr himlf receive nothing
t of furniture" for the PitMoVot'a hoew. r mti aiife.! J Jemaml of him to say if eight dollars a
-Him I attetnnted M such uiiitictiuo. for 1 Kadti -
' ther seen tuan of the einratmoabM artklea nor I
many of the esceptioaawe
iuqutred into their price Tae'ar pmeiit,se fkrss
It wont, was sgainst Ibat falae atamurd oTectioaaif
which: meaaures the vskieof a thing by its cost,
and decides upon its fitness with no reference what
ever to the place or occasion for iu oee. The se
lection of furniture for such an establishment is
matter of taste, about which miodt may well diSer ;
, and I said that while some would coustder as moat
appropriate the rich and. showy, ethers wouht pre
for the plain and simple to fashion t hut that, fur a
nianstoQ so spsrtooe and i iMsgnihceet as tiuit
1 am not aware that fern aloe aiaon tbe Vhts,
- although 1 mSy not indeed be so Iwfpy as lo meet
"the approving voice of alL ilut does such dif
, ' feronce.imply dereliction of principle acy where I
Tne member suggests thai my sBaaner of hfe and
tsbits of thinkiug may have given ova a taste tor
, articles of cilravaganco. ,,,WtuU dues as know of;
"my habits of Idet tkr,l can tell Tain I hey have
been as honorably Uborioes, and as phtiuly repuh-
i- - . I . . . . . . r .1 .
- of vuoice, i sin in no wise jggofaut wuee ouucw
aud elFicea which becooie the aaoiUaet station. I
have beeo taught lo toil as faithfully, and to duect
my thoughts as sprightly, as the)" least proud ooe
here. One vessoo inore hare I learned, last, in
reference to the conduct of oiheri, the loogwa i
a unruly organ, kbich an evil spirit may wuulge,
but which candor aud a love of truth should at all
""Oine's restrain. ' . .
Mr. Chairwsn, it cao only be oeceesary lo re-
' view the remarks of the tnetaW to show the ab
sorJitT of their intended aubUcation. . While be
condemns the eilravagance of tbe furniture, he is
siknt ia respect , ta tfee- appTpfrslwrs throegk
11CJMI wa J
1 wbich the nation had pmldest Cm the reaidenee of allows d. JBut I say he receives jbwj. bMn may. be tound n. the rn
rih'ff auteonty tnantJiettr- Prest Fr of his om VieW; "Nrtitir "lliaq iu a dtTuull
seen, wasfieji her too eoodnur too abuadanl. In ton! dent of rh I'micd States lhe aeoHomodaUon which I fiJelity el-wwlidro." ' He inintukos snwll matter of
. v 1 T . . . . , .,. i
ured. .. Dbrne appropriations eref prd"r at ih FrewiJenl's wiuare. Irt mr remarks
T" J'V m'"lY A:rtW,MP.fiiwwmWlmiwM Hl.fl .lh IIWIII nil mm ill M'ii II i El
the fnojtie. u hose was tbe work of coMtrucltnt
the cootly mansion, and to what end was it reared 1
Merettian i furiy jearisv pw i aTrica the
k.ua araa lha .-.Kaiali
Ihuildiniit was erected, at the charge of 'ewe than
ball a million ot dollars to the nation, aorj from
that time lo the present it has been occupied in the
msluer iu which it hi now used." Congress through
all this interretitng period, bsve voted' the sums
tV rurnwhiiftg the, piktiJ9i-9'
diios for iu . canst rwction. If it were intended
that he occupant should himself provide tbe fur
ailure, wherefore these grants - Tay eomioeoced
before the bouse vraa first takes posscaaioa of by
the elder Adams, and tbe eecaauM for further
supplies -he e wines been-vohiiitsnly' iatrfipated
upon every, succession to tbe Presidency. . Ce
sides, the vpacious halls and rutty ceilings of such
a tasnwoo require euuch which would be sailed
to no oi her resideooe.'.The leaanoableoossef cesa
titling 4 Preetdent elect to ao eotlay exoeedtog
is snnsal salary in the purchase of furniture for
a house, (be occupancy of wbich he has not the
election to refuse, aud the tenancy of which, at
the! expiretjorjLof every four years, h at the dispo
lil et' the popular voicd, with tbe certainty of live
sacrifice opoa the cost of the property in the at
tempt to dispone) of it for any other place or ewe,
cannot gravely be enotetided for. The credit of
the country it' would suffer by each aa arraagw-
ment; fr eniier the odieer, by the sbrptioa of
his salary in the purchase of swtaUe and ut&ctent
furniiiKe itr the house, would be deprived ef toe
appointed means h his proper support h Ihe at
bee ort by tbe nrglect ot such piovwaon, would es-
... bthrt to the world, fn hit poidic Slitiia, the dio-
criditsWeconlnretnf mfliiifkit4.it Iwulmetu mean
y destitute or scantily iuraUbed wHh whatever
r-"onrsketO'SUppnse'lhat ttee secominodUtioos are
for lha peisonul relief, rr is lhe private advan
tage iT the Prr-n I -nt. lis is made by them, and
bv liie amiilitude of his saUry, emphatically the
kott ot the oatioa. - Hie guests are the guest of
the neon e. The LxeetWive vnansirtn te lhe place
rnr regeatfB- 1 " n " per-:a "
the Sitting poaitioa in which, ia the person ef their
Chief Maginrate-, they receive from the repress
Intjvrs of other people the haetsie due to the
Msvnors ana ruinnxr, lira Kcreuiw. mowir in oMuuiaciun, ir too mo-room lo tne t rest
gets from the proudest and most powerful, the eu-1 dent's parlor. Tbe nvmW olijir.ts that (his is tl-
lightened and mol rrfi-x-d oi the ain-Vims ol roe
cart il, sre received ana emenaines iu iu unra w
the hespitaltiy of the (latioal - And br0, loo, the
conrtrii'i of official station sretchandbleeo,sa)s tbe taemticr, visiter sre ko;.( 'nnU:! until
the biu fuoctomrM of tit Uuveramenl. and ea-, they are adroitted to an audience." When I ad
tended loalt clsiwsof the ci'iasns. The ll'iuse, it ; dusmd this coimnittee, on a former day, I do.
ia well known, is open la all, and is daily visited '( scribed this room as tbe apartinenl intt which visi.
by many. ' 1 tt nxumica, t'ea, trisi tne
its feppetidi;is are beyond the re(inrf i:ri.Uif pf '
vote station I I venture lite tIi'hi, tint so tar
a lhe pri'i;iriuicr-t oT tLe Pro..J. nt is Co:
cerned, (1 cp-'iik rK4 of the preent inruoiVut.
but of a hnrve has Wo of way hs N ti.e oCce,) tt
Would h"! pr.-fiTbl
nfttpv. si Ii. ii-ri c,
- dwell n", t';i.in to
and I - ivy - -''' ''
in ;' - 1 - - '
"' Fi." 1 . ' i
W-...!J H ir It 1-
', f..r pr-f.
tt"t t V T-
. ,1 i ' ' ,i
if fa triTvr.l !
!,u, a'li furiiMh
hi oa kal);:atidii, tliHit wall t '
ilo miiii(ai tie v!e o I.VfX r I
addition tn hi s ilivry, em! lhe na of a .urui!ied
h mw, ah'XiSd have liiJ gruumln bIkmiI t:i latter
k-rt in orlr at the public expend. ; lla ayi tbe
Pnc;Jot ouj'u to furnish lii oti lnHwa aiwl em
pty hie owa yirdemtr, as i'n fttlary ia amply anf-(k-i'-tit.
t have only t) a J I to wlial I havo lwfr
.... , ,
M tbia aut.iit, ittat ioq una not ocen tne
jesra, their Repfeieota!iv aiUmg in these halls,
wnbout mvwioii 111 sr-ntiiiM nt or ote,tiuvo pro
diY w wot sbuodaut rcconiiwns.i for the value of
his hbors hare i end vet, does be keep his hand
cl-aa fruta all the perquiaitrs of placet Has he no
Gotrrtrijent stationery in hi room I no Congrea
sweat penkmAi of costly extrjtajjai.ee at this very
moment in his pocket t lias be never ordered to
his lodinp the beautiful " embowrd and lace
edged note paper" and " Crncy seeling wax," for
the of any of LU family, or received lb bis own
we a distributive share of tbe Mspoils,n in costly
edition of books printed at the expenaeof the Trea
sury X Sir, Jet me pot be miMUKienrfnod. I do not
condemn him in ihi, for the Wjinlatiim o the (lHie
are' made the burden of his comuluitil, '. Vheu,
irrefore, the ipembet g'XI to has nwMituoutp aud
to mtoe with ilie ohjeciions thai I bo Ulnef .Uagis-
trate of the natmn 4 (in- hia mota courteous nq
guage) robbing and cheating the people in receiv
ing, under aa appropriation of Congress, the use off
a furnished house and the care of a unrdeo
ditioo to his salary, let him, a the same time,
hoeestly admit, that to his own pay he adds, at the
public, charge, perquisites of considerable value,
and which a colleague ol buvur. felnkiu.J on
another Occam, pruoouueed, although 1 think by
gross esaggeralion, equal ia amount to the perl
dW.7Sir, lhe Presidenr ir much: rather iu be
justified in the n?e of his furnished lodgings than
lhe member in the enjoyment of his perquisites;
ir the. latter may be refurd, while the former,
eoosiateotly with lhe f iw'in arranjginieoMhe
Governmeot, caunot be declined. - -
I regret, Mr. Chairman, that it ia necessary for
MtosursiMtbwengraieruIsuhiectuirtber. I fi-ar,
ia doing (, I shall cihaust lhe patience of lhe
committee. But the member cavils with me for
sustaining, the appropriation for. (.he salary of the
this had been $ uual appropriation for manv vears.
..a UJ Lua a ....I I
and that ! saw no nr.w jtasoo, at this lime, for itr
dieontimai.re. 1 jure nuv ia nw hand - a wtti4.
rtafe from the CommissioMr of the Public Build.
iogs, shosVing that the gardener, the very same in.
divtdiM witMhe same character of service, and at
j.T,. e to frr
rna rals of compvomtioo, hasbenn in. lhe eii).i..Tnor ?f ddressiijg lhe canmiUce, oa a former dsy
p'oy ot Ilie Covernmciit Cr the continuous peri'xl
uf lilaea yearn, ha vtwg been first kngaged "in 1 R25.
I will read the certificate here, as notice that I shall
offer it on lhe trial of the issue between the mem
ber and myself be Aire my constituent - .,,
Omrt ee TBS Coaaiaaiossa et Pvseic Bviuniwa.
.. "J eppeervXro.lb?Uwluji.Jii'A.n I hat
Joba Ouisiey was appninird gardener at lhe Presi
deal's sqiMre en tbe 1st of August, 1825, at a re
guUr salary ef four hundred and GAy dollars per
aanea for hia services, lie has received that sa
lary quarterly, up to lhe 3 1st December, 19, and
is M lb is time the gardener at the PreoioVtit'a
square. - . - - w. NOLAN D."
'Ia Vespecrto Ibe'groundialoui the Prf.id.-nt't
hou, they, in Common with (hose around the
CipiotI, are, at sll times, of eulo the public. They
have been laid out and ornamented at the public
chargw, aeJ if wot now cared tr by Congress, will
toon become a neglected and unsijihtly waste. The
Pnmiiloot has nn motive to theexprase ol their im-
t ... .. . 1 ..
prorrmem. iiao ine vpseioos WSHS ana cuttl
valed bvrders of the beautiful enclosure within
which we are here situated, they are fur the enjoy,
meet of the pfophs and id the frequency ef resort
lo thsoi, and the freedom with which they erf used,
it bthtlyweq bow tale they ansregarusd
rate. Tory are, ludi-ed,' acceiibfe lo all, and I
would recommeiid te the member biiiwslf! at eome
phnwiit eventide, to repair to this quiet retreat.
aoo luu'jiga in urn meanaiion 10 wmcn it Invites,
Agin ; It i mi Je ahemou eff-nce in me ihsi,
in addition lo all ahicti is now within Sn I alnioi
the llmie, I gave notice thai the committee of
which 1 an a member would pmpoi, at the t re
sent eewuon, a email appropriation lor one of the
rniia m.tmi fmwnnily in eve; and -wfit(:tr1.lio"t
entirely destitute of furniture. The bill which con.
t tains that sppopriti.n has since been reported
I from lhe committee, srtl cim llw Iwrwd doi-
bra &r the) purchase of plain furniture, o Ameri.
'together eimoc'rrj , a(d the ravm ha ain r
t wis eptmow is asstn-uar a tne o'.i -ru fi m extra.
! ordinary in ttwu. "lo the anii- r.m. ..fpn. iron "
if r,ninerior crimoy or feumsn--", it rhown
prt,Mi lo th"ir I'lirmloClioO lo t!,8 ..President.
1! i n.cy ' ;.v , f t'o-ir over g ir-iiri. m ail
i r and f i- 1, n I wi,i( n
) l''r- i
' t a i
r, i i t
i iu I
1 -i.t mi:,
t t' r s
nr p .
diMt,onlighleiK,:lciti"ii.,uml,thi,ire!-Rtivc di'i.-i r.
i 'i '- ctmrts of IIjro;ie, f irs-i-ith? A -'l it-H i tU-(
authority ridkd upon by this M'U iVom Pcoik-vI.
Vania for d'tiying a chair to hi cmutinjetil u n!
Mine, in llio vrv boue provided by lhe ('op'e fr
Ihnir oa honor, and in vcui for i'. ii inciii' n v
for set-king to in ike provision f r their more mhis
tie ttucouuiKldtii.n. lleoau-t' tlif rit!:o nf Kur.-jw
keep their" vnsfiitls in servile soiting tijmo t!t.:ir
) pleasure, iathut a rta'n why a Pf publican citi.n
of the Uuitud 8tnto should l ick the bojifrl ol
seat, while the Preaidenl in iy ha culled from ini
: table or bis study la ofler him Ihose courtcxies t,o
which every free.nan is here entitled 1 If is 'tint
" thus my Dumocrecy tiruches.''l'he free cttijifn of
a Republic are ihmtu'tvs svercinr and the
measure of their right and the respect which U
their due are not to he looked for in the convention
al etiquette of court., nor are they the boon of
princes. If thn constituent of the mmithcr shull
. visit Washington, and desire ait iutroductimi to the
Chief Magtstrste, an? he dure trosriiimaell lo ac
r compiitiy ihem to the White llou," 1 venture
to say he will be made sensible tot!ie dofiriunry
' a hioli thn commiitee propmclo supply ; and wh it
ever msy be his own views of anbaervittnry to. lhe
customs of Europe, the indignant exprossion of
reproof which be would hear from those to whom
he should odor such an excuse for any want they '
- might witness, would bring conviction lo his mind
that this was not the country of princes. What I
himself a Whig, and propose a conformity to the
manners and customs of aristocratic power "ping
the fashions of a royal court T Himself profusaing 1
to be a Republican, and condemn that which re
spect for a Republican people demands! Sir, I re
: peat, this is a poor concern to be made tlie occa
sioo of so much cUitmr. ; It hardly becomes the
member, fr such causeto rend homilion-upon po
luteal consistency to - Whor.-i-i he Hidoceinenl to
mere business extiedicncy tof "Tjreail qiicViou of
riufiiple, . MrCairtn, lMt , from the y ehemeticr
uf lit denunciation, any should" bq led to suppuee
si abandonment of parly by m, I will ever) volun
teer a confession of fnitb and I here prufeas, Ire
lily, and declare, that 1 am no less a Whig thnn if
I bad never seetj lhe. Lseculive msnsio ; ay, lhat (
I em as much to bo confuted in fir steadfust nnno
si lion to lhe present Administration a t lumen, like
- the membar, I hsd the how born f si of a cohverl
r r t . ' i - r " .. .
iroiu araaonisin : cir, am as uioronguiy opposeu
to Mr. Vtu Hurea as lhe member was devoted, at
. one lime, to his jHimtrious prcdowmtf 1 I-re-
garj tlie policy and leading measures of the Ad
ministrstion as hoatile to the brat interests pf lha
peoplo and destructive of the prosperity of the
country ( and, as such, from the first, I have been
il,KomPrnHing Ppponeul,atid a the silmost
of mv nower shall continue lo resint them. Hot
lo this 1 have not, nor slmll I demean my self, by
indulging in hard names and coarse invective
against the high efiicers of Government. ', ; : "t "
M r Chsirmsn, 1 might now rest. It is rvot my
inteolion to enter into anydrfeocaof lhe nroprioty
of theparticuUr eppronriations which, ffom tune
tHa I.hll'l Mnnialrnfa fit I Kan Statl irvn . Il,.nll
the Chief Magistrate of the nation. Much less
would 1 atlentpl a vindication of the prodigal ei-
-peivditorw of t1W preVnt
. have been eitrsvagsnl and wentelul enough, In all
conscience, aud furnish an eihauotlc! limine for
JhCtevcroet auimsdversion. w When Itad the ho-
a aisnnciiv nrenemeu. in coutiectiesi -ww a tne eno-
pc( now under discussion, some of the most crying
abuses in the construction of the public edifices in
this city, the deceptive estimates, and irresponsible
profligate management of lhoe who had direction
of the work, and, as I deemed, the wanton and
lawless diversion of funds by the Executive, from
lion. At the proper' lime, and on suitable occa
sioo, t shall be a prompt l any other lo lake to
task the Administration for any and all of their
misdoings. -rz iMtr-'A v; '--;-.
There was one remark of lhe momher from
: Pennsylvsnis mails and dwelt upon With eppa
sot eomplaicericy, so extraordinary in itself, (I was
about tossy, ao atrocious, lo my mind, in the only
application which tan possibly be given lo it.) that
I cannot permit it lo paws unnoticed. - In referring
to the furniture eod cultivation of the grounds in
lhe use of tho President, lhe member, said, the
receiver was as bid as the other mnn.w Kir,
. we all know the words of the adage" the receiver,
. is as had as Iho thief. 'And who is the receiver,
and who thelheif? 'From the daytoT Washing.
j ton through a long ucceaion uf illustrious men;
every President of the United States, including the
Lelder Adams, Jefrrson, MsMMiMuiirra,
"-Adamsi Jaeksnn ami ihe-pn-anut ii.rUiibmt, have
receivi a tne benefit of a sinnlsr provision in their
official station. Ths house, the furniture, h gar.
! deo and itui cuff i alike
lhe etijovmersl of each, and at the puWic eharpir.
, It may be instructive to this commiitee to be iu.
' formed of lhe grant of Congress for sotni of these
ebjoris, during the several perimlsof the reject) ve
administrsiHMis. '--1 bav now before me a state.
ment enlisted fmra ofTicial-diicumeuls, ofjioro.
eiiiitiuii fm Ittd pnrCtlae of luruTiure for ech
. Presidential inrm, aflwr the removal of ths Suat of
k uoemmer;l to Iho Federal city. ,
-By-ads tlie 3 1 of 'MaWh,7i liVipreV.;
! Vious la lhe coi!imenuiiK ui of lhe Admirntn.tii.
of tbe elder Adams, Congress tlie mxds I'oliowingH
'jTiynaiHms .t , w - . ,-..
Proci-eds of aate 'of old T irnitiire, an I so nmrh
' in audilion thereto, a the Preni ImuI muy jud 'o no
. , ceary, n4 exeeeiliiig jH,nil().
. ii ....... ... . . . -. .
i imnng mo AUmiliiKtrtilion i t Mr. Jeflerwn ths
BpproprwlKHi srooiintr 1 to ? ): (H)S).
In that of Mr. -MadiH!i!i to f' .'H, ())!,
ll was in thia period llott too Ii-mjhu wn . ir-k
by tins Briiih upon their inr-irsnm into Wn ior
win earin-r iua war, and (lie l.irmhire, which fi
lbs bnj;iiiiiii lind cwt th" n
. anty lliouwina dol'ars, wn v.:,i!y duitm.l.
: After the repair fd the ll..o-, in the jnr
snd ISIS, dining tho Admin..! n;ii.i of Mr.
ii!I it to fie s-rejjita Him
1 lo t'ii A 1 ii.iintfali'wi 1
mi ol ;
. il. Adi;,.
. 'Tint si.iicini'i'l from vi'iii-h -l rr.i ! ri '
i f 'ii. Il liw,.n:;4 l'io fs.-cia' ij;i..j-i
lr it, . '. ;,' .- "
Such, Mr. f'liHitii'.iii, nr the i;n.w v. '.
x ifls ur not, I shuH in t ro; in -i.i -i,:,
ff0i time to j'w, lisva . n v .trd ,l.y I'.-i
mid lbe.e ere IU:'4 nveivci" i. nh.-m i' .
U-r te'i'rs tm u w h'l, f irtit.re:in.j tie . ;.
lions pr.ivii.VJ 1'V Uw tor lu: u.I e v.!.n.h ti.
laineii, are rhnrnt'd .v.jili wr,l l.,n; the Tk.
aiid'lifecinjr thu I'lsoiilu.." 'i 'uv-t (,,. t:,.--"
it iaid "tho receiver iiohid u tbe iiu;l ! ' ",
elder Ailiinw, the i!,nintk's ni'iler Ann . i
freedtkn'i Jcllutsou, tlvi to ( -.uti tot of AJ.ni'i, iii i
Hrauglitamnn of the licliii;i;Kn d! I.ub -peinl. .r. ,
the grtml spoMle of lilKirty, thu very thinfof I ),-iw.
onntie - MadiWnt, the chmiipioii of thu IVihih,!.
timi, lhe pairim, atslcemmt and fcige Mot-mo, t;.
Btihlh'r of the Rovolutlon, th l.r.tuj ib I' -
the ueputtiic tti the lira; war, tun n; . . , i i
cort'prohiiaing sdviM-iiti f Nnti null honor, n : -,
ami internw in lusl : ihowe are they who i -.
reived the apprepriHlksis, nhd to whom the rs.!.
is applied. ; iSainea ileal hwne i fan t, imri ori; I
in the history of .their ronniry'e'remKra I tiy vn.
nereleil eolleagiio, Ion, the learned civilian, the a.
coinplibhed diplomatist, .the iucorrurtihle rtnik.
Irsle, he who on this fliKir is tho mo.-.t leuile-.x in.,1
Aikhfiil of the servant of tho- iieoi le. t--eU,.r
wilb the hero of New Oilenim, m il.e prentrm ti i I
lbs bf't," aud tho more humble "follower in
ftMitalefs',-lliey aUi an; within tho oliSurjuy uf th
amo reproach. .. ,- T, :,
And who is this thief? The Cntipr r f t! i
United States, lhe KeprrimrrUitivca of tl e -
to Kcesinn through a scric uf omra ilmn i ,
yeais. These are lhe men who, 'by m it,i-- T i. ; ...
propriatioo in lhe ncptimfnt if tho n -Mi.i : r t - : i
Pennsylvaiiis, jdmndtrtii the Tntumy un l n-l'- '
iheir tmttitutnt t- Inhere an irnhvidn-.l v :
trm-eoujrfyyyfrtCft iWmln. kuj.
with todigooiHMj at tho bare rerunl of the clmrs" I
Where were lhe sleepless scutum! tlf the p-t plcV
fight, lhe dragon goardiane' .f the BnlicJtp.-!!,.
ahr'ntlW' sjhitleis iLWdlt oi'lts ireiiMire
Was rio arm ruined for its prnioctiout f ureli Um
jnurnal of either House of Congrexs, nml i.. i !., r
voice nor vote is (iAitid agsiuHt otieuf tVwe r-jt-prnpriaiions,
, If they doner vo tin character now
attempted la be given them;uvr hsppens it that
in forty years there has been no ru.iit .-ice to
Uieir pasmnelJIuvvJispoeiis. itt iiiilw-d.-tlut in
the last Congress, of which, this IViiii sh .ui m, uf
more than SjiaTtnn virtue, was a men b r, no
position wss onurett to grain pre i
those cotrtsined inthe ptesctil Li!l?
i ti.'- v j
aitbout niyection then. . t y- ,
Mr. Ogie.: N member near o siysl.e
jected.) t .v-'- "v- 'i
Mr. IJncoln. : Who if tlij man I .; I hcr.r l i.f i...
dissenliciil. If any had the virtue, at that lime, t .
think it wrong; he had n.ft lhe courage to mnki? it
known. - Where is the recorded vote at s mil rmi
fur $ division upon lhe qnetion. ' Fir, the Inn!, i,
such grams wsre thought proper upon the ori-i ml
wniilsralim of thorn, andsTrbsrqutriitly'lh" y lne "
been of row-M and umhiL " If the poopld wi! no
House ; send lha furniture to auction ; an I h-sW
Uho.PsideiV Uprovilfl for- bimlf k -j.4iif'.ai rf
resiuence ana meaiui ot .arcnnnnotlnttun. i . ,i
thn ehall appear to be the jn.'snient 4tli
LahaUJafcuiud among- tlw.l u-witUiio. i t r
will.' -v ' : . " :
iiii4S4ni"or v"j'if; itprj jj r.iC.Hii.; li.o.l.t.-r
has harp. id loud and long-jhe stylo and lii-iiinm d'
the articles which have been piirclm?ed un b-r iho
ppropriutious. 'In ny itniieti.ctly rrpoited re.
mark, to which lite member so f'iccly refers for a
text to his (olio annotations, with ths rcai.'in? ef
which, for hours, ho ha oa-uun-d thn tiinsf Tni
.Corowitlcev.not-a aioyU-rtiero -wss rnrttru' t
specified or jilitified by tnC. . Wherefore, then, j , . t
he attempt to tnnke mo renmsilile f-r such as l.u
ha chosen to designate, and f-ir the t x iavscumo
of which, upon th fidelity id his devnnlion luitc, .
be aake a aunlence of-e)d"imitioo ? 1 did s iv,
however, generally, 1 have slreudv ' v renent '.
snd I now mterBte, Itiul lo ra .-, 4 1 ver -
furniture spp'rs n-ither too rich nm t io i hu:,
for lhe si.o and Biaguificeuce of the ni;m n, r,. r
too good for the rise of the first repn n ;iiu ! ,'.
ficernf a freo and sovereign popu. P.ii , ,' i 1
make no matter of peritontl pnutroveijy ,. ..', r .
memlvar.' 1 aoderstand hun now to nv V,-, '
haenavef been at the house, ' How weii, t, h
may comport with a. becoming rtio-h--.lv, or m :,--
justice even, Iu denuunce uimten th n which 1 : 1-
dsnt and honorable men have sjuc , mil, 1 le.no
for others lo consider. II eotiilen : 1 11 " nnii ie
s lhe eihihitioa of ari-ioci ..tie rin ' ; .1 ;..,-
kVflft,'sirj I .di-rerrd tmt"ll.C lut;i;iu il''l.ie'alil
cles, hut lake my p isitem behind the rlni.-iicter i l
those by whoe nmliotiiy tf,P were pmcureil. 1
msMt tfiat Tfhstever fti.11lt.hus been coamiitt'l is
with i.'lhosa. who furnilied tho iiJiansiif idiri
lrsvMgnnc if est rn viig.iiM-e there he witti th-;
RepresontHlivns of the p-uphi, who, n-.-im sn.l
sgiin, under every Administration, with a f !
kuowhxleuf the m.inner in which tin? ni'.in y
would b ep"n.b-1, h ivfl n(i-i the a-rr ;n, -i
"wiilwuit iwetneifn or ij-nhn v.riin I'tuu- '..... 1
that .whatever' reproiieh aMrw h-m to tbo pim i.,
ilHint and ueof sm li furei'inB Iuis Ih'Mi lui urr.- I
Jiy 4he4iad.of At-b snr-ci .u --.n A 4aii.iirti i"-i.
it, indeed, the fi hi n of tl : II.hih,- be a dignity ef
rfgid spliiilor, hi.t-i ei" t s , , 1 lt'-pubaciui b.ivo
becit betrayed into i',i fi.-.h -!i i iror,
; Thomas J.;f! r-. hi was nitrsnrrounted sp'.iin n:,.1.
ueprotendin j Jh-nn-rut, nr. 1 p i-s.-d, in his day, for
an unoMwiHntHius l.'l.i f M i.iiitrste, ami vet wo
lutve ivii thai the s im ef J!),(!:)!J ih exp-nd-J
Pir f'rrnitiir during the eri.nl nf his Prehli-ney J
and th, ton, iu addition In liio 814,000 (ireyiou j.
Iy cninid lo Ins inimeilmie prei!:.ess5r. 'llio pu.
my n -1 UopuliUcan fcnu,.in uy rl Mr. Madison
and iimniiers huv m-ver, lo this time, Ix-rn
.!,. 1 j yef tot!,cS M.OOJ bufureatiwonriaie-l.
"r ww n.l.l'-it to the royal pngivui'ry
.1 years of his diniiiUi ration. Col. M1.11
- ' ' Viiiie I'ln.-us sriKtnrr it ll, fi h
v. at Jiii, f liiinj rcsia' t '
i . .'i.:;isry conflict, a tJovnrii'ii? -t.
: .....I -ro'-ineP,,-. .v f ,' ,!, ,,.,,
' -. ci,' 1 ,', .i.-d ms 1 1, - : -1 -i iv , ;r
..... . I find 1 .(!'
in the ei
!' r I
b r"nl sn-o:ted to :l,tt',',
! 1 t'i t i.f C , J , 1 ,
1 1 1' :t i.f V,, n ;tlrr )l ,'
' ' lit; '