iillpifm vv'-: Mx-x- : 'Af'xMi ;'mui--h--.:.: .i 4'! j4'- 4v44T4'4 ' -44v-
W ft KDtTEMSc PUBLISIlfSD '1
1 Tf hwt to tmtrutt and to please; J e
v;U iUrWure; with zcaj and dilijTencp set him
. ' :: t .si. j t ii l.ir..nnlf ki
r&uiitfrc and'dornmcrce may be pronKJted by
hS la'k.ra, (iood;nv)ral3 and refinement it j shall
Ite himW to uphiad, and a?ainstj the enp
inic9tuetheropen;or hidden fie WiH
ure the uuaost of his-strength. Cnticism wit,
a!tclyi'3 and? thtr other pungente that i give, abet
linthi iPniiEWi 3 Bellevjn in the patriotisni
! and hisintefitibnloCtha President,1 and aware
' that iirtdectVed tiaii can but hindelr the propey
-lti'ditrnHlcTit? will ieeJ ithis dutjfio I
resist lhe tida of rfdoquy. which has oeen so ireeyr
',wni I! fr hinvntet to Basiain me cunwiiuaue
yh tAiited Sta&tfllant,, with suclrc
ykiiimsis itperience may have
Th! Editor deenas .tlie excise of the powir
jiiif .ftiaWifetTMll hitprovements by the general
lie believes tlrti the distribution of largeetjini of
in6ney bV Congress and the President, will pn
huseiiuBnioaf toJonf-tdi ay nothing of the
ipUiiineniy8iwU lfgi6latioo-. Againit
a tarilf vv hich las vfor it? object, the fostering of
the uiierWts ofone section i of Our . country it the
penselDf anitlieit, the best energies of this paper
jwflifepo9eir5f.f!-::; ''. i';-. '
flPtTWt1 doctrine of jNullifici'
tionjia jciiIt necessary to say, that In all its phases
i And hiUtktions.it is contrary to ouf most settled
i fViewsoi Civil uuui.Viauu as tutu ui uu wuuajt.
i ca pe-ip traicnnianz
iTitt! LCittdrlkxA. iVVATCitMAw, Is
1 aver wreki at -ThrtiJhltirt. r yearih advance
(WlWr(?,lie SUOSCTlUCrf live- iu.wimf untie vuu.il
y3riiniles;dilant jfroat Salisbury, and I ih
ill r where lho accouot isovcrwie year stan!-insrthe-pnee
will be:S4. ": - l j
U Na lu!)serip.tion5vill Be taken for less than 'onf
WtAriAehisirt2 will be done at "the visual rates.-
10 lulwcriptioit wU wi wunorawn; unm ;
lines ar iidvunl(3 the Editor ehocscs. L
i ; ;j
t Si Y Hiifiwrihcrs: navinr the whole sum
-vancd can Have the IVatthnan at $0 lor one
year, aid if advanced regularly, will he continu
ed &t; the same rates afterwards. 4 '' !'
p All letters to the Editor must be Pol pauf or
they wi) not be attended to. . f
if Persona. addressing the Editor on thej business
If JJhl PnjUiU aadress Liiri aV Editor of the
aimHwehT)8o. that writer-on' othf
kt businiisscan direct to II C. Joiies. ! . -
tINilPElAn-fti'-iuliicnprioiw tiken before, the
I bered, booon d4 an; the publication .of Lh first
I "OTI IJtLf Icontinue 'for the- present' to! cractlce
4tf T itawin the Counties of Rowan apd Surry,
Un'ooth 1&unt8uperior Courts.! lie will
visit thncxt Superior Courts of Stokes and Di
vidstm in order to settle his business in these courts!.
Ifft'pfliepis 4iherthe office of .the 'Carotina
'atchmin a few doors below the Alansion Hotel
I in the 1 louse lately ..occupied by Sam'LTJuaes Esq".
" "I: T
.Tbwni xf i Salisbtity, on Thursday
- i -t
ft I - : . 4 . . .. :
luwi utf ;wiw knurrs ;ana aii loose in
fareoori ofUhe TarifT7t and or
posed to NUU4FICATJON and DISUN
y requested to attend.
i R1CHM0ND.M. PEARSON
5Vf) F KELLV, .
i II. C. JONES, i -
IVMi D . aJRAWFORD
; jlSAAC BtJHNSr 4
14 ViSAML. REEVES. 4 - '
p ;4fff ARBROUGII, ! x
JNO A. MERXDNEY ,
GEORGE W' BROWN,
1TH0S. MULL, JrJ
THOMAS MULL, Sr.
GEO. F HALEY,, of Salisbury
ALEX. BU1S, .n :
R.M. CLAYLAND, .
'JOHN BEARD, jr.
' t WeL tlio Grand rJury of Rowan
. JI at. Awgvst; Term, of Ihe i ourt
' lint T
Ouarter Sessions, approve the above, nq-
icc4itnd jecomraend it to th'6 attention of our
FellqwCitizens4"vt-4. x : :,' -! ; I '
iPETER ALBRIGHT, I
fJACOBlLE, . - 4
: JOSEPH IRYIN,
siintiv r inn ,t-v u
S FREDEHlCRf HOLSHOUSElt
i V ILLLiM COWAN, jr. ;i
ohnhall; 4 r t
i JOHN 1L PATTERSON,
xtcvHQm2.-- ;X:i:x x:
llAVEiconstintry on hand at my
a t MWfAHi&lackedNvhich I sell aff 25. peats per jritioprand .Wm,l7IT;4fcese geUeineQ'lthiriK rntm "pnPciplebethejsameaii 1 the Bright of
.; I ltthell for Slacked and 50 (b? unslacked and suyseatimcns as these are niuecommin ft pK resistance which is recognised ' by the principle
henhe qiantitTfof one hmidred bushels is fal iui& '"-LiLJ .u.L 1ii t tkA ! of trevdom as a "right j rararnount to all iaWU
f nSinaAtA, 6nnlWivrHV;-- rTv f tntione and is but a annliitTnn U ti,UVkUi . ftnett
4 wMlsctfede We trust neverto hecome so l voM bvof Uie slrirK I" the
i '"l-'- 11 -"lL-V7WM!i. -- r" lfVM-VM ATTTf Sm..- :44JITWI"i l3iB0 a sense of what js uue to a 1 vailsia every case between the Deoole and the I
m j vwrcw20W, ia32.: ";i i j -; i J Gentlemaa, I, . !;';'.: '
. - -r m r i w - a -. . . m a -m mm js-m ewi al a m w m . w a: i;.
HaCabury :.iaturtUy, September, 29 183-
rftfa titling CUtiMa4M eWifirnft hy
lltlhg i 'Agents Wtlie WiTCHliiiijn ihe ser
cral (Joanties, where they1 Inside, aiul receipts
njide byticm would be as valid Jaa ifj made by
Francis K, Armstrong,
Capi. JohnVrighy MI :
Col.T. B. Wright,; J -j )
Peter Clingmam. i 1
J STORES COUNTlTJ
"John F. Poindexter, Esq;i
J J Isaai Gibson, Esq. j.
! . V yrix xrve. nnfTKHTV
Golj Saml'. F, Patterson, "j y
Messrs. Finley: &rBofachell.
ii BURKE COlf NT Y;
Robfrt Pearson, Esq.? i
Sidney S. Erwin,' ; -.
John P, Hardin, Esq.
Robert Galloway, jr. Esq j
A. M. Scales, Esq. I I
, LINCOLN l
C. C, Henderson, Esq,
A..M. Burton, Esq. I.
DrjfJ, b. Boyd; -1 t.
F.l t. Smith, Esq. ;
Milaa B. Abernathy. I X. "
' i I . CABARRUS
David Storke , Esq. j j; i
I D. 'M. Barringcr. Esq. !
if . GUILFORD.;
iPr; J.A.Mebane, j
. ASHE l
Coly AMitchell, j !"
; : i IREUEliW ,
' Whfteld Kerr. Joseph P. Caldwell, Esq.
, ' k DAVIDSON.- W -! i
i John P. Mahrv. ! S 14. ! i ' .
Reaspnablekooiniission will be allowed1 on mo-
h. a JONES.
'Salisbury, JulySS, 1832.
e notice wim something! of surprise, an ar-
tlcle in the; Yidkin and Catawba Journal, con-
iolninflr b ran; fillnaKm tii imi; SrVAK"- I
a .flJt "- i uiiill I
n 1 iunnanM n.w.. t I
! 'mmT rnftrltlS:
neither of taera will support-Jackson any, longer i
than necessity compels. Iti must be ? borne in
mind that thislis the opinion of many.'! -
rjow thOj plain English of this i in less civil
pnrae that Nthe opinion of j these 0 gentlemen,
we ate bothl political Hrjpocrxtts, and that neces
rity has made is such. For eurself we confess
thatheihand necessity has, borne hard upon
03. 1 iWltli ihe facetious Falstaff, we must say
without khe'. applicatioii of tire pun," we would
i i s
ihatj'our waste were lc33, and our means great
J tT.y' Ttiit iJiat Tiovcrtr will ncYcrr Tnake csdeser
XUit that noTortv wfll nnrcr make n df4Prt
,, i . t i J.l
J i T " Tr J i - iT :
f,Ti " r V p. . I
? eF hpw heavily in may beai upon us, is
or oarxer awaj -.oux .lnicgniy,
t H we trusnb one who knows. , us, wiil be-
heve Rut strppose it btrue that ''necessity
compels1 j us tb .do hingsincinsistti'with' the
"TKiblc standard by which the Journal proposes
to take jthe dimensions of our political, merit:
Wejthmk common charity1 oifght to have,
protected! uiairainst the tauriti j iPeihane it mav
quiet! the! fears of the Journal, to let them un-
with -ouri ncccfsiie. We think the ruthless
Wltn-OUr JieeCpSUK'. VVC ininK tne ruthless
. J r ' . . - . . : . ' . -
manner in which they have seen : proper to drag
them before the public, has shown that such an
nnlifefiiri. wnnM K frnitlfissanitliAr h
any -nuenon -slewing jumr siorys' let u oe
evex eo prontable , sq they may rest contented ou
Vhat is thd proof however by 'which those
gentlemen are prepared to make good this! charge
of hypocrisy jahd intended desertion. Have we
not always belonged to tne JacKson rctty inin.
Have h rwe ever sijrnified a wtsh to
convict us.- ljhevery arucle;in Vieournal, o
i.i . ..'4 it ?. I. !
toccateUiisbenefinmany." Tlert then ithe
to reiterate alii the fulsome
- ,1 , 1 .
zan tditsoTS have bestowed
Isit because wc have dared to thiniC'. tor ourselt
-r s i ij.j M j -W ' r
to relatba to the recharteringof the United State's
3arik? pr isitcaos3"we hate not joined in the
ioii?! If W Ih. gioe'lie 5
to biiow our ; confidence in the manly generosity
..j . mjii 3 t rvzz&fzr I .j.;i-,jiitrLL f -?h .4-'. vrB-.r".r. 'Tirii. : r I:' e ; frank j- Mn1 f
.5T J5sr 1 --I v I . ' ' . : ; ikl ! ,i I ration, anddenlnwxn JcnnM. rl Tv . r - - V1
1 S5 F-ir- rri' jetf j jj -I 1 tU. t..!:!! 'Mnfmn I . . 'i I r " lit vicvuo .lire i UIih ,w i- ' t . ' -f
s 3fT ye-: ciRoiMr aTOissamoN sssth sissrat!
e wunmer a,ujoP:o- ff. m deprecate NuUifeitionas fburfded on prin-
ion of many- Is tha the proof? f object to fyaA SubverSiy! of thConkUution, we
its sufficiency, seven if it were the opmion of ; ma pa: PP53101 i Pctn peace, and -, . -n- t i n , . ..J
;?Ffl V X-H iiS- t i wouU only impair our national defence put our wOild willingly and cordially unite wth qui
ny,yhich5e .deny. ehink.thisyery mdependeWuV .darker anf iS uf '4s9 I feUbw Citizens of the FreeTraderarid State
shows that the '0Dinion of many" plight not. to orev tofom'mi inrtuwi5. with iia; T?;-Po );!QtY,trk j,nv ammiA
: , i. . wi - M J . f. avm UOUU1 AlJIlV I AllVilUl A ttltl AillLUkJ kUfcVl ub &,.VMB
-L' i t Jt i.li' !. i : 1 1
V! i " i"'7 both mrties iindr th rx.ii.
testiW hich is to come back by iway of here- audensnare the citizen i bet weSmcoistenduI xence. V?f the
saytatnaio3 gpodtheaccusaupn.i m ties adding to the disasters jof war the erueltv of olina, Georr
:hd pW? Is it because we haTe not seen proper P0 ilt may be said by the advocates of Mississippi,
I of bur' patrons aad our total disrerd of such U- implicit .obedience tci.theiqanstittttioii of sacli measures nreiation to opi gnevances
1 'M I Mi-LUi much Ui4tes. Can wiyithiiiglels lhan'ihnmuia. as the wdConyention shall recommend.
4 iwiit At f!!r r tt inn 'nrtVvmont i f100 defeat 1 expectedfjoni such -a! tissue of I 44 ResoreiThat a commttea of
m - i im ! :ir Lrrfi ith inteacies? n i mi Amm v &n with ;
i ! M ? ih.- uhr v-.U. i - .u- :L 4 11 LLl i.ii:-I u nuuincaura ne, ccnsidered not as onri-1 low ciuzens oijtne saia aiaies.1 inu
Lunelrila f iUWl r- T- T "f rw' - Tv I sUtntional
At this ncriod when the cobtrdvewy by wiiich
thfl Stati. hh for rears been dbtraciedi is draw-
mg vj an,, issue ui -caiit y. .
"of thaUcioa Jfarty asserybled ktj j Columbia In.
yite youf solemn,attentQn toH tiie' Icoisideration
of the bet mode of providing for the Public-safe-
effort to sustain the prosberity in4 if possfcle the
peace of the! country.. Tnere Is ffiitjff party
in South Carolina : we agree on etery side that
iiiej. taxUTshould be resisted by alcunstifeitional
means. iSolfar: tiiere''is 'dlrenpiof. j opinion
but we are divided as to the'eharieter ,of ihe
means that should be employed: and Tetdstance
by biJlirlcatioh is the fatal source jof bitterness
and dljcord4-Even those: who are in favpr of
N unification differ widely as ; toj its character.
It is Tecomroended as Cbnstitutiorial j and peace
ful, but when! explamedivenjby its: 6vn advo
cates it assumes many different aspects, and fur-
nishesan-eril.omeri of interminable trife. ji :Re
(rarded s a J peaceful remedy ' nullification; re
solves itself into a mere) lawsuit i and may be
shortly dismissed as a feeble inefficient measure,
i-'dr'it lias ibpen wis 'lyi provided j that M the
coistitutionl and ttie acta of iCongrcss piade
ih pursuance thereof shall! bo the toprteaie;law
of the land i-and in a curt sittiisr under the' au-
thority of the 1; Constitution the merits jof the
question uyuiu icucivru'am nuui liimiiJi Boun
ding terms of ah act of hllUicati(Wi Regarded
as a forcible interpositiori of the' Sovereign pow
er of the State the objections to it Iiearj deeper.
It is hot1 a mere infraction of thiconisttion
which, like an external iijuryleacf ii? genet
al utility unimpaired, buf a radic4l ipdlatal er
rorj.r' The theory renders the ccnstitutionia pead
letterand tiie practical enforcement bt uiq doc
trine is the beginning of fltevolutidn.i f A gjrrern-
turei of things . maintain i its , existence., i The
greit end aul :am of th ionstimti ; is , o We-
iervi th3 Union of the States and by that means
the hannuny and prosperity of'the JcWntrv
Ihe old com
pcuucu uu wui 4u PitMsuie vi uiu several
j j a- w ...m
oiaies. AneconvenHoniwnicniormea tne con-
stituUon owed its existence tofthe necessitTof
trinr tn' thnmllnfirnm th
execute its own laws; If the several States
0...r& TTT-r- '
I can nullify an act of Congress like the Tariff,
thatpuvv be'exerased, and the Federal
Governident must follow the faWof the ConTed-
A-rntLin ft in irli'tn tinrtin irmincf fnMa : rik
y a . vu uwf . M . lilt. I
.traroers of tne ;poustitution did not iiryest'Uhe
General Government With full- power?
er union can exist. i ' -
The restriction of the State veto in , its terms
to laws declared by the Stato to be; unconstitu
tional is merely nomihall In i practiea itcan
make no difference, for Whether the law be con
stitutional or not,:tue effect of nullification musr
bo the same. f one State .has thei jurisdiction
to declare a law unconstitutional every j- other
state most have the same; and ; the i constitution
can have no settled meaning. It ts vain to say
iihat .the power would not be lightly jexefdsed.
If it Wfiffi a IMWfir Wlllfh tho Statu' nccoco
if the right was acknowledged thWjB jiypould be
do more difficulty or reserve in the exercisq of it
now, than under the CniederatiolK A veriera-
uan lor tne cjnsursttoa may prev.t lftfracu
but can have nja application! tchtM 'Ixerb
r:gnt when it is oace aduatted to be constituiional
Acrufding to ; the theory of nullification, iany
number of States more than onefbnrp of? the
whole, may .change ' the. constititidn. i For in
case a State should nullify an act i whicli that
very otate in commorf with all - the others is had
e. i LLi !.. r j.sJA ? 11 i lit :
formerly recoiized.-is 1'giUma oi biT-ilaw
that U really constitutiorial. unless1 three fcufrths
w."cu- 1U l.r - . Ia
8iituiion win, to an intents and purposes be cnan-
rwd t s nH thi4 rinwtrhf. n mirwint'tr tn alt I fla
constitution is deduced 1
1 " - J w - M 1 H1IV1. till
vnstitntinn UWcAxtA t I l.tf.kvio
sions that if shall not be altered by :ess than a
majority of three fourths. By the sarii rnlk nf
unanimny naa oeen requirea
unanimity had been reauired in all amnarlmpnt.
the constitution might have been changed by
any one otate. soch lallaCv reduires no est-
sure. A construction which. destrovB the text,
and gives to words au etlect directly; opposite to
their sense and
thlrtencO!inH 'mnnmnr' d livm (tn
13 too frrcss for ar?o-
- ? 1 :
s Sock arc the objections to nulliBcatipH in' 'ithe-'
ory 'X- It is not ruerelv an infraction of 41m CnhRti-
- 4 i?
tution, but a .total abrogation of its ' iiithority,
tut jn practice a dissolution of the Union i U o
q and ; freqiient wus.
m j praencetnust,! produce a
I. direct cnhssirih hptwrpn fihi i,tl.:4i ! 4i .
fw auritjes loathe
...v wuiuuA, . . s a,.; vv I ii 1 1 f ni3irA
i would tTjlaCf!
Uri i J..2z
I ntVipr thiirrtw.r wua... XLiJL :H s .r .
I i ii i,miouu iopijiug to examine
the correctness of this doctrinL"
4 Prpe ofargmh
adjoJatUMi that parri- e,?f mW " W ' recommend
on Gen. Jackson? -1" cinzens and ;tliati the in it,
r Brtthat. tA .ottnMj pledge
us to resist the constituiedJ authbritiesi ii w
power; but as Vhigh prerogative! and
Government. Bat as !ttn rnti-4 m Kv im
t "W t - IMP - W bvwmmm: . ' , m
fc1 H ibose nsui . there I would be; no
dtspute among uifimJ whentba rital and, ten'
sential interests of the S.tate ao i jeopardy1; we
sboaldUhinkno tk too grea for their, preser
vation in the iasife8ort. ifiiit; it wouldiiti
compojt with patriotism or prudeice to incur all
the calamities attendant on .the IdestructuB ' of
J;order,.ifany)ilan canU sagested fut'a
removal of the burthens of the Tariff (already
considerably diminished) by paferl and more; eli-'
gale rteai8W4;lieTe call
loudly for thf Jduj5tf bfBucriakan; an,d Ithat
no inperaoobtions stand Oat tUe:, ay I if
Sf0"1! coeratioa of .jail parties: . Lett he
;wr...wU ta uu-ei m isnvcntion ana .aeiiDer
atas wen tmihe infraction oYthef hWai loa
the mode arid measure ' cf, redress, Tfae SCates
?f ytrmnta,;rtiiCaioUna, Gwrita.Ten1
see.A&biaaaaadll Mississ.ppi; arequally. con
cerned y with m irjall the conseqienccs . of the
. " W irpeoom ana prosperity jot ono are I
- . w " ue, mose oi &u ine oiners j are
equally concerneoi V ; . 1 ' 4 j
Whtever advaiitoges may be expected, ironi
f1"11011 WpQtuti'Mial ehek they can on
ly; be ;realised by i lhciirrence of the Stated that
are. interested anf; sudi a co-opration appears
to bo clearly inUrii by the Viijinia -1 Rssolu-!
tlOttS aS tiiB . Drooerl crinodinor in cnch'.MCM
i 3 w. . ' 7 f . T; www.
;A0a 11 JNulItflCatiaritbe rprarHp,l in anil' fA
jthe principle of rei3itanw, iiwoiiid heinadriess
itll ftYTvi eimL ILlf..... .LJ 1 . 1 . . "i
-- r""""? ij"iuu. we support ana, coun-
tenance of those States. If the States, which
are inj.iriously:arled by the; Paltective System
concur in regardit the prdinarjl constitutiorial
checks as, A'Sufficientto -i restrain5 the General
P? uui, as iney-raay advise, wUl be most effec
tMUziid productiyeof the! smallest injury i
TtrtZ utS PM?
tft 8,la11 W? fefW thl nH
..suppt and. Currence of jtbose
SSf 1 Hy interested ? Many
a - V " . T '
wrr.awK.l iT . ' - x--.-,
ZllT ,tdoCS nfi! from.
PJJ or accidental causes. anditlmt the en-
sis -ias arr vv f. tKo ihw,i!.v t...L
ordinary remedy! T It is due to the!veneratim in
,whjch the Constitution ought to hi beld, to tie
fpuasuMniy wnicit we are unueribr preserving
ii mvtiaie, mat ?o . measure, involving
joyernment, f as , Nulliiicaticm cohfosse
should . be udertaicen, ; except bjr the cj
ncepfuca. ttumber7if;thelState3 as i
I ' 1 . I 1
;in the case of amendments. . ' , -
Such are the advantages of a Southern Con
vention. The objections to it mav be estsilv
disposed of.. It it not unconstitutional. The
states are pnuiiDiipa ironi entering mto treaties
or i confederacies among themsolvesl Bdt
Southern Convention Will form f no ! treatv or
compact of any kfrjd . Thcir object will be to
deliberate, to enliffhten and trive I effect t(i Dub-
Kc opinion. Nor lyill their, deliberations be in
jurious tj the Unwai. If the States who are
acroTieved by the Tariff laws act in con rti thir
claims will in all probability he Conceded hut
if the very worst that can be itriamned should
happen ;a;id theit 1 demands be capriciously re
jected it will be forijthe several States- -and not
Cjt tU'c Ccnvciiwoa to act on the i:6ubiect. The
advice of tho Convention will ub duubt have
great weight, bu It will be a salutary influence
not a legal controiu
In the spirit of amity wc make this appeal to
: i . T .'If,
our ieiiow citizens, ine glorious inheritance
of freedom is at stake. 'Ihe same blow which
destroys the Union, levels to the ground the de
fences of liberty. .1 under the federal constitu
tion; wo have enjoyed all, which the patriots cif
I cnitntrv has inofraRftd in
riches, in knowledge
I J : . ' '
and in Uoncr. And thnse Who iiflfTPf! tin :xt
lives ui uie cause pi America, would nave clo-
I sed their eyes in peace if they- coitld have been
blessed With a vision of that future which we
have enjoyed. The happinesi of our citizens
hastorroed tne admiration oi tne wise and srood;
and now when the scene lsohanjred, and discort-
tents created oy ine acts oi government, nave
brought the Constitution itself into danger, t
depends on tne moderation ana wisuom or thf
sons of liberty, to repay in some degree the debt
of gratitude, by . transmitting the. same inheri
tance to their posterity. . M i
which promises aredrcssi of our grievances,
without in vol vim a violation of Uie Consti-
1 : . ? u. 1
fof the United States.
a Kesnlrcu. !l hat in case ot the concur-
i j ; i a.
rinatincase ot tpe
Statesof Virginia! Nonh Car-
aa, " ; J enncssee, Alabama ana
this! Convention do earnestly
to tlie citizens of this State to
Airftr'n1 riistririii arid, elect del-
I egates to attend U General meeting of the
j citizens jof the said States in Convention, jto
into Consideration the grieyances under
which we labor and the means and mea-
om-selyes to adopt, abide, by, and pursue
of their concunrence in tho proposed Con
vemion, io giyenouce oi we njjie ajuu )ntcv
ofholding the same, and hx ai dar for tlie
election of Delegates fiom thoi seyeral dis?
of this State, and that a maiontyof
actins members of the Committee
Authnri7Ml tnsnrinlv anv VaMttiries in their
nnmW a tliA citno vnav rttitlr: I '
MB 1 IIMlMAfV MAW frill 1 11 f IAIH W WWrmr
ne i. itiereiorrentwivea inat wlnle we
. S i ' 4 -
Richard IL Vilde. Fsdi a raemhef
Itrew.&om Georgia hat longv been: known -tot
Hterarj public as a poet;; of uo orduiary pret.
sions, as well as an orator of 'commanding po w-
ersof eIoqnence In one of his speechepjj during
the last session of Cor)gres3, , he exhibited jb.ign
facilities as an, intellectual anatoraisit aifd limner,
by sketching briefly,! Hetl coroprehetisiveJT and
graphically, the prouiinut characteristics ofi some
of our4eading Siatesmpn ; i . 4- j j;
, I . had ""the honor 6iV he) to bo a-member
of the 14th Congress.!! It was vaii hiiior4Wien
what-it is now, t shall not say. n It ,is jvhatthe
52nd Consrress have been nleased ta make it.-, I
have neither time 'not "strenorih. 'i yt ihiliit v ta
pef the legislators; of: that dayi-aslhiy de
serye noTiasthbthe; Jt occasion jVet the pAd
istJ''or rilnVA''careilss naturtif cannot-irecn
to J j cri V assoltiou3j
kindle tntoinigfi an htiit - holy; eaiistas3iff .4
j : MrWiIde tljen proceeds to "peak of several
"eminent parliamenUry. charactei T m the ,Bub
joined 5 eloquent and t sinking, passages'. ; 'And
einp mora prouaty tban: iium-
r'UT-P f - puuqman
ironi South Caiolina now n? more t the' nurest;!
itnepalmesif, thrmesi piopW Jf oiir-'
tie fot. gentleness of , rnanntrs and I kindness of
heart;ai;lbf trt pSsion
leeU whi(A rendcre4j4 deserving k)f the praise
by arid Iett!mg'4ieas6nsrjie! 'fol.liiiri.-.TheitrQe
patriot incapable of lat? selfisli Taction,! who
shnqned ofiHceaud distinction, t yet i served I his
country faithfully . becitisc he loved her4 sHe; I
mea who consecrated, by his example, the: no-
Me preeepriM'tireljf his own, that, the ffirst
statmhercpiblic wu4peithet to be sought
afternor declined 1 sentunent so justs and so
happily expressed that it conUnuestd be repeated
because it cannot oe improved.H 1 , ! 411 "
There ivas alaoH iknUcian.trom jilarTlasdl I
whose ashes how slumber in l yourcemetry. li I
men and cotemporariesi asa jurist and statesman.
first is an orator, he was, if not Truly eleot
me prince oi rneioncians ior owl uie sou no- i
ness oi n is logic suner any- thiner dv a comrar-
kr l: .i' :..ir.'J-. . . tJ-'. ! '
1 i ' 4tvif li. .iaWmAa! n..yl f.1fiAirtn1 Vh..M.int J.ftlMl
language in which he popiously poured forth those
if his mighty spirit still haunted the .scenes of his I
mumpasjaad w neu ir 4areaiowrong uicm m
diznantlv rebuked rnef -l ! -It tMm
iTicSe rraTnearnadvi hlsjaLPereJ
were! others, whom it! ii more. dmcuU tb'speaiM
because,- yet within the , reach of praise pt eavy.
r or -one wpo was or aspired to be,appliuciau
It would be prudent J perhaps wiseto avoid all
mention of these men Their acts, their"words,
their thoughts, their very , looks, have become
subjects of party controversy. But he , whose
ambi tion is of a, higher or
of such reserve. Talents
OlWAalT "Win IO lllOt
John RandiJph, of Roancke
"Amoi g thein, but' not of them, in the! fearful
and solitary sublimity of genius, stood a"1 gentle
man from Yirginiaiwhom it were superfluous
to designate, Whosbspeecbes were hnivf really
read? Whose satire was universally feared?
Upon whose accents did this namtuaiiy uisuess
and unhstenmg honse hang, so frequently with
with thatborly for so; Ion? a period? .VWhb was
wrauv aiLciikiuiir , ouwe wiuo . tii iujnMt
a more - dexterous debater?; A riper scholar?
Better versed in the politics of , our own country?
Or deeper read in the history of . others? Above
all. who was more thbrouerhly imbued with I the
: j w
IUiUXiipi uie ' eiigitsit idiigujt;, muic v"ffv 1
master of its strensrth, and beauty, and delicacy?
or -more capable of breathing thoughts of flame J
la words of maffic and tones of silver?"
JfJin C. Ca0ioyn,,of South Carolina, ,
' 'There was also 4 son of South Carolina, still
inthe republic then undoubtedly, an influential
member of this ,. house-. With a gepiui meta
physical, he applied to politics, his habits Of anal
ysis, abstraction and Condensation, and thus gave
to the problems of Government something of that
grandeur, which the higher mathamatics have
Jxr rowed from ; astronomy! . ; I he wings , oi j h
mind Jv jri r apidbut capricious, and there were
times when the light , which1 flashed ironi them
13 they passed, glanced like the miror in the son,
only to dazzle UebhoJder.j Engrossed with his
subject careless of his words-hi vlotUest nights
ofeloqueucewcre someUmes followed by coilo-
quial or provincial parbarisms. But, though of-
ten incorrect, he was always lacmaungi '
guage with him, was merely the scaffolding, ot
thought employed to raise a dome, which hke
Angela's, he suspended in the heavens. ;
Jltnry Cky,cf-Kentueky. i .
"It b equally impossible to forget or to omit,
a gentlemani from Kentucky, whom I party has
since made the fruitful topic of unmeasured pan-
egyricand. detraction. Of sanguine; tempera
ineVi and .tmpetuius character,? hiS dcelama
tions 'Impassionatel his retorts "r acrimonies .
Deficient in rt nncnint, i rather that j strength,
his style waa less efegant aid correct than ant-
maTand impressipBui it sweptwyW
feelings with U likj a mountain torrent, an the
rbrce oCthe steam lefiyou liule leisure, to remark
upon its Iclearnesi His estimate of, lhaman
naTure-wasTpXh?,nA' very high, tit maybe
alt it, I Uiur4lyjtjisVpp8Ciif IMF
have been lowered han raised by his subsetroent
when thatrimprudeticejsoj-natunil ta ptusi
prevailed over his better judgemeht; Leihad,jgfcn-
erally. the good sense; or good tasted fo tdopt a
hAr lone ":f sentiaicnt.l whetherthe ( -spokaof
measure OTefmeniViends or adyer
minv nfvtaiAn f f-at xi-a nnhifi and. C3
One I ean'neyer fbrietl It washe finepatst4
Vbrmar 1 nasslover in ieUence a representa.
bel, - ,, r. V,,-. Hamnshire. iwrho has obliterated
I. II mamnnriif wvm Mstinctioo. by 'therpertor
1 Apm h fi!M jittajne as a Senator frota Juascar
I MA MW Mr w -v .
no 4jng since i suxki Dy his lomo, ana recalled viui nis vannon."
him,.as he .waitheniiidicthe jjower and pride - -But the point of
of hi$ genius. Amongst the firet of
hgurative Ujustrations c;of bwajwament which,
enforfeed whUe they adorned; itjlJut let f others
pronounce his eulogy! I must not;! .1 fot! -aes
chasett Though then but in iKo bod iff hb--V
political h& and hardly:4'CQOao;'peTWp
ntscrwn extra jrJihaty jKwers he gava frflcauitjv
dC the greatness which his genius achieved, t TE 4:'
samf vigor, or tnougat i uie sae force of expre.
safl j the snort scntances i the calm, cold, coil?c-t '
ted rnanhe.r j theair of sjlemn dignity ; and deep '
developed only, not changed, eren c the 'fnts&sai j
hiticlppess of hU frigid, irony. The rreuij isjdC'?
nessof his sarcasms was indeed peculiar to him; :.'
theysceci to be enucatiocs from! the spirit pi the t
icy ocean. Notliinz could be. at once m nor A
and ; apoWerful--it was frozen "mercury bcco
nung wcausuc as read not irun." t f
'Sjareifof tht Coait. In exetm rftWtA
pasae J at thelast session, for csrrying ; into; effect1
the act of the HHh Februarj; I SOT, j proyidtng'j
iot ine rimjf or coiu; o we cnUed &aiett
the President, has directed ,the fSccnt izry o
jlVehmrjjr, under whose Department tliat impur
tant- national work was' placed at the ftrzner po
riod take the proper measure for resuming
aqdcontiauing.it. .. '-4?:!
fWith the President ipprobaUthe Secre-.1
taryhas appointed Mr, Hazier, t()8 qTalifci
twni fur thia enyice are well knownTto uWe th
cliaran4 direction of the wwkpIHr, Ij has
bcei lscie weeks engfod in4preparing the
osceksary instrumentsram the collectionfor tnerly
madpTor that' purpose, and will hercaij i iaJa
stiori timoi to recommence the . aorvey G?W.
, ;5Jorimie?ti CmittonAcwkjapim
some persons.in'the . western pari jofTthis tovfni
mad a large tent, for use at camp meeting,! tc.
w contamea aoout iuu yards of Uotton cloth '
rilled with; oil Sec. to make it broof arainst irain. .' ' '
Belure it: wa enlixolj dry; it was .rofied upSoiio!
. .vj. !w. - "FiW:
tnL2X In 't, ,VV" HrHn -1.
?nd oodVcrtmpon 6)
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' ?l J?R A.VDRE.-U , certainly a TOTfliw
gtUat.acttmataiice, that Andre should m
myj saticjrial, poem havo4 foretold Ma owtri 4i
fate.f It was called the uCow Chase,''.' arid : 4
waslpubiished by Rivingtoh, at New Ypk.4 4
injconseotience of the failure of an eiHeVi44
Xiim7nnAw;v" K i .i. -iS'J XX X
nSJhf 117 2Y 3 n vi lT?
P011"? cattle.TGrgt . liberty
P10! P the ocQastori. with- ;i. It f
"Hatrjr Lee: and his Dragoons, And" Proctor
hrs irony ecemedLpr-'
IV iliTAn ..t l '
uJ.iLX'r L ' . i - -.'.' t,
btts,, ken, amUining?
uIIis Congress dollars aud his prog,
- - t
-f .t . ins jmiiuary speechesr J - :' :i'f 4 -:
. j; X llts cjofnstkwiskey for his grbg, -' j
i r. Black siockin. ano; bliia brceclies.1
;Aidconclitdes byorrying Uiatatiis jJ 4;
nessaj.toxheekltnecAiiTC O 41!
-i .iriiesi tne same, warrior-Kiroyer wayne,1, 4
..-r;,Hu.iU fatca-ruia .nans tne Xoc :a ' if -fia.
uie was actually taken i by a Dart?: from
army immcdiatelv under:
LiMi, Despatches from the- charge ; d'Aftair
at Lima have ben leceivedTbr thefcdepactmeni
of Sate, giving notice that theilaw'prcliihitin-
in Government paper
. .1 bllU AKA lAIUVHOU Uft liJUl JUL3 AJC7UU aU.MJt'lKllll . -IMIT V.
lower order, has need iu 1 isbertheiied bya.dutyk nmedtd-41
is . of no party eicla- lare barrel, and six in spe4ie. and, the.rcsldu .
. f.. i '' i .0 i .f ' ,
Bfeaphcd cotton goods are also admitted en I
payilg a duty of 00 per ati 6neha!fpri fiovi-i ;
ernutent paper ; and tobacco is also admitted mrj '
aduryof sixty pcfosper qnintal. , j 4K4
The same despatch represents the demand f4ii 4 i
American flour to be very small, in MisfVniiK r ''' Vr
of th introu0ctioa 0f wheat frora Chili at ' ,
paravely low rate of duty. 1 - -'
I ' ' IRELAND. -V ..(, 1
Aceounts from Dublin of August 1st, carrtaia r
particiilaTs of additional breaches of the pcafciTl
There was a great scarcity of hands, in cuti.-o
quence of the combination not to work fbr the
J J"p i uwo ,a iijs lit i.
ledto! mhch nghtinff and sofne bloodshed. A lei.
tero4" the state of the connties of Kilkenny and
Conriaoght. contains these remarks :
' The character of the peasantry of Irolini
has been greatly changed within these finv years j
Sane say .for better, ot hers for worse ; bet 4 1 ;
shallf give yoa the focts.' Since January la?i,t .
the Lord Lieutenant has been offeringf 43t0 n
wardl for any approver who may ecxne forward :
iromamon? me suu,uju peopie present at tiie
massacre, and no one has accepted it. Nay more,
the Irish executive cannot get one individual lout
of the 200,000 who were present at the Bally -bale
anti-tythe nKeting, to prove that CoU Bbifc-r
look the chair there' - .:
tn;tne private correspondence of Ue Htm 3
dated Paris, August lsr,ft is -stated that the
tftre6 aay9 ditI ujt pass off wholly without intrf- '
ruptibn of.the peace ; some i young men bavins
bca cVpA on the Pont dArcoleV Ibrshigini 4
the JviarselkiKe hymn rby the Sergcns devil
51, were said to have been killed ; hut It Ws 4
supposed no judiciary investigation would take I V
place. 1 . H "
4t."r 4 1 . ff'.-r
!apeorTroy, the young jpamter, who wasicon- v
demacd to death by one of the mihurj' coum rnaiw s
till nj Juqe, rnd, who made m -acj
ppe I -to. the CourTde Cassation, wa Uicl
the f ist Augurt in tho regular way at the ass
f-? IR' tf f ,
Td. the court synced him-to apard - v
wd darcd that thej ;had LreL the verdict
n4the fullpre that a nohucal flk.ce
way as highway
rrbfT-'--' x,Si&x - 'X-.W-':
. ) Alcbrrcspoudent cf the same! paper, ondr r ecite V-' -
JQW;3 1st, states that 'the death of Uie young
Duke Reichsradt h..noi'flb immportaht -aii W I
Tnt ba it ndght seem; oorof France t as it riadi 1
disappointed ai party composed .not only of Na-4
nolean's old adherents, borof a neVceaefaOoni?,
.nal monarchy, who ee tio .
improvement ttaie ciinings under anotJuT- -
w J 1.' A.- k . - -
I3ourvoo , auu uu luueu ui ausuu iot aid in
I f 4 HOLLAND; AND 'BELGIUM.
Leopold in;thatfcitix the evehmgiih HSf,'
with his brother and jaephews.T u hey were rt- ,
eeived as they liad been at l 1-iege and rtamur,.
with every demflcauation ef oy.
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