A i, i
f aacriomeni. j r .
cTcdTet 6hhe several Siaier.ere trans-
iTF-Z-A t -,i1.l! and referred
5 l committee, wbicl; rarM fife
oor Commhlee, w "J!
niiymn in 9i its ijuim "
pol Uc .to re.tr." '"."Sr LiSi,.
tow limiwias nit? w-M--r i r::ru-
into effect' the granted powers.. The Conw
S2 IfoLd to kvest Cofes i'h lb Sral
Thfey 8pprfeh4fltl nd danger from W&f?
U 13. hare confided to Congress, j but be
.1. -11 ii. rf4ie4 of these jpow-
iiATfl inai n "- - t - - -
i i ii rndpr them subservient
imenu, to mm?, fT?7rTi"?i
leave to recom
to win respites .
- l a - i - ii i j "i i i f -l i ir ; -
I - i ; - I ! I - i 1 ' i -- m . a
tewotrhat il e LHg Ulatnrenoi me
I -. .- . i.l i 'l - rtninr . i ti
o.i.a ,,x s.min uaroima uu vy
UllK- w " 1 . r . ; , i i. i . t .-. r 4 1
.4,1 9m,mlment bv the Constitution oi w
7 iJ ,11. I l.i
C nronoscd by. Pennsyi?ania
- ft. i I . I !
' s i i mi .i.l. IIA.icn lift nnt arrrPP
ttives in tne
the rerort. Ordefed, hat iVbu sent to
c,cJ 12, 1821.
i TfonlnL That tillS tlOOf - UO
ih the House of Itei
pirt be retaroed to the tiaiise
taive," :v ... . III.
The Legislature was acting
. . ... 1 n !t" ViJ:'J i ilio
nrtrt conSlllUllonaHT ;l" -n iUFft w"
pfopoiition of sistirvStatiB to1 amend the
national conBiuuwuu aim " ;vv
iriir an oDinion to intimidate other
lib serfantsV or for ;oiher party end-rbqt
etoressinz its' views on a constitutional
q lesiion, t egularly and properly before it
i, ci - !
as a mauer oi lousinps. uuuiMjr mii
f. re accompanied the actjit was a solemn
nfijtidication in! the riame pi:
Sbuth Carolina, by her right
the peop(e ol
ti vCi consutoironaiiy eippp:wereu.wiwi , . w
itkn nnrifift subiecf before .them; H boo tit
Oirolina then has solemoly adjudged tha
h Conffrcss is constiiutlohally vested wit!
HI Je right to Incorporate a nkr jahd Jthat
V it would be unwise
strict its oberitiona
limits as the; Dis
kipnallr vested' with
and; impomie to re
wilhiii l such narrow
rict of Columbia ? in
her words,y that Congress a; i?pnstitd4
ht to t
d Do ver, j which as dialed a a s'lbaiative
r. Thus the 9oitaniiVe power to charter
liona! Babk as a! jmerej aoniedl institaUoo,
inected with the Government, " cIrV'J
power ta charter incirporations it may ef
rr .ij .u M..Mt it,. nnor ii charter a IN
Ji rt,ir .rhirh however it did not do,I in
-uu. ihfa'i an an imnd or inci
diita Do ver . ! which ' W as dialed, a ltantive
nk within tbe competency of Congiess, becaofe
t expressly granted ,boi nmiconsuu , ww Lw
riitf rirht in ibaibodj ocianeraaiioni
the fiscal thel cr!li;!
iranted powera J to borrow money." "to laj ind
Llect taxes, duties arid imposts V to pa be
4ebisof the United States.? and "to com wuj
he promotion; or carrying into eneei ruCH
tKa i.htir of National uanic may oe oow
and proper, aod tberefpre corisutntional meaoa.
ri 11 T:J SI;
i m hi -A -i
F U itSI
tbna repb'ie, f r. tb g;overnment oti Trance
aC that time ; abd we knovy thai Mr R'n hotel
to the Chamber of Deputies, and proposed that
Looia Philioe. Duke of Orlciosjbe cnosvn Kins
of ihi Frctici,HTd ihat the proposition .was rtr
ceived and ruried oy neoiamauun. paotnai ai
mabt witbirt sari fcoor fram tH moment when Lai
layette leAMriHle?,L0Qis;,hilip was announc
ed io beiehiMaanlkiba glance. i And within
tbree day ne was acioaliy crowneu, and ascen
ded the ibroue which a lew days before was oct
cawed bv Ubailes A. JV. Jr. l)n.
The last fluDlsville Advocate observes;,
ATiie! electiun in Alabama, we hava re&soQ
to believchas resulted ln opposUioojo the
Sub-Treasiiiy scheme o( finance, and, so
far as that is a. test, in r opposition ; io the
Mte a 'National Bank "and this decision
M her Legislature has been! repeatedly
rcrfnfirmed bv her judiciary. This adjudir
!. .1.. o .l"r...'Ji:-Ji J. J u'll.riJi i.-.::-
pailion Ol ouuiu -aruiina, wia 0' ly uc -
revocable she was deciding wnetner: sne
Nd not yielded; a certain Vuht to the gen-
enl government her decisioij wa that
ahehad not yielded ijie right, an4her tes-
fiiony against herself as the 1 grantor f can
never be annulled or : retracted. ! History
as set Its irrevocable seal upoo the jieed,
enem. ., lior snouiu we repine a ueiu,
held to our own construction Of our .own
Jjrgairh A NaVional; Bank ; was not only
Hd constitutidnal, hut was almost, uniter
aiiiY popular in our oiaie, uniuu i uuiaga-t
MODERN ( DEMOCRACY.
at it.mnin4 " ia? iofioi lei v more tq he
reprtiOaiea unn me ieucii iitMv... . f ...
tonor the elder ;Aiam3. Why? Because tey
riot only claim? onaotborised and disorganixjng
rw.ar for the federal ioverilment powers nev
er dreamt of by those foen.fbot they asiamr! a
fa Ik a name, arid I h us impose opon the unsuspect
ing. Did Mi Hamilton, w)ien he cpntebded iur
a strong federal government, believe ihat tils
principles would be so grossly perverted in,; a
Proclamation fiinst a sovereign Slate, and i(i a
Force Bill to coerce i bat State into; submission
to federal bower? NVie believe not.! rf !
I Bat who compose is this modern democracy ?
Charles J. Ihffersollj Jwhoionce declared that
h vonttA have been: a. lorv." had be lived fin
the dav8 of the levolotion f and yet this) would
betory, (for out of his own mouth is he con
demned, is the democratic Jcaodidate for Con--gre33
in Philadelphia i f Senator Wall, of Kw
Ilampsbire, is aoothe shining light of this new
born democracy ; audjin what way did he first
show his devotion to it?4-By acting, as he
a vowed in Congress, with the federalists, as
long as thejrj flag "jpsjaved in Newijerseyf !
But now, forsooth, heisa. patent democrat. Is
not this proof j that, ifjhe has any principle,' be
sought political fellowship with congenial spi
rits, who act under jj Jfalse name ? Or, if thpy
be ijndeed democrats, bat he has abandoned ! His
principle? Or,' is it nui proof that he has no prin
ciples ai all ? IHereltheo.e havef th vohin
tarjj assertion f one tf iheiif leaders ;and je
maini&in, if there be I truth in any position, tbat
he is either ajlederalikt acting, with federalists ;
or,4hat be has abandoned his principles or that
he has no principles itj all : in either case his
coarse is perfectly despicable.; Roger 0. 'Taney
is a federalists ; a rank Force Bill, ProclamatKn-.
i9t ; almost federalist-born, for duriog t ie
war, he denounced Mr iMadison as worthy , of
a haller;" and yet jlhis democratic party re
ceived him hi i their! cor.fi Jence, and elevated
nirai io ijie nignesi juuiciai uaacein me; govern
ment 1 Andf there is $enatoi Bochauan, wrio
onctfaid,)' if I thought I had a drop of demb
cratic blood in -my veins, f wujuld let itout." . He
is now a leader of this new: born , democraey !
and lis either jin the federal ranks now, as i hep ,
or he has deter ted hi priaciples. In either case,
these professM' democrats are' federalists or bate
a man recreant to principles in their ra!nks. j VVe
mijrht advert H to Senator Hubbard, of NeW
Hampsliire, bd to others w ho advocated feder -4
al principles1 on their o.wn book,n until JacJk-
aoa swerved from cardinal principle, and threw
himself into the embrace of northern politicians
issuing jiiieasufc mi: ui- uich au-j wnetner ut iron cf brass
mintsinilion.'! It admits iwata inajirty iij of hipe aiidl bappinessi.
a!so oonosed to a National Bank.and adds :-j lae ranks of the Admin
'Public seatitDem in this Stale is steadily
progressing and settling down j against the
measures of Mr. Van Buren, who, without
the aid and , influence of the great Nullifier,
would even now ; be left almost without
friends among the people The offieehol4
ders ! and t spoilsmen adhere to htm of
course that is their vocation.'' , J
It is worthy to remark, that ihe jonly
one of the five members elect from.Madi-j
eon county, Alabama, io the State Legis-j
lature,in favor of ijie Sub-Treasury scheme,
is Judge Wm. ; Smith, j formerly of South
Carolina, who,! it seems, fter being driven
jfrom: that State br the persecutions of Mr,
Calhoun and: his parasites, is now once
more pulling in the same traces With his
vindictive enemy. Truly, politics do make
one acquainted with strange bed-feilows.
In 1824, when Mr Calhoun was a federal
ist of the Hamiltonian schoolludge Smith
was! opposed turned out of the Senate, by
the jpalhoun faction, because he was a friend
of tW m;? Hi Craw ford, and belonged to the
Virginia State Rights party. In 182930,
when Calhoun abandoned his federal doc
trines,, and embraced, the! heresy of Nulli
fication, thereby running far a bead of, the
IVan Barrh artypnfTed cp wish patrorage abd !
gro-.n rich rpubhc plunder, bellows Ifortn the
fallowing moiia: I, , . ; . i
" ll i$ imixmilU to make heroes out j of Tiiik
trs aid cobkri," . ' j; . j '
Now we i assert that ii is passible to make
jberues out of Tirkers and coolers, ori in other
words, out of mechanics of all - descripitions,
and, what is mure, it "Is a very common jpecur
irenee. Miliary jandf moral herosmj has often
sprung op in i he breasts of plebeians; and the
light of Igenluis fn ikllerej borits fijrth with
greiter effalgence than; from the-sobs of -Nature.
. j 'li.,j"!:f .:-ilj-:;t K:r:t:? -i?h
! It is idl& hayl more j it la wfceTTnihis
couctry, o: decry any class f jCitixens,---The
cobler, if he 'acts well hia part Das a deep an
interest in bis country; in her instituUois, her
heroes, as I the! damiipst officeholder.-i who is
pampered by an easyearued Salary. The'Tiftker,
has as rnucii at siate,
as the richest J nibab in
fsiration. And are the
poor; the :hone?t working men of the land to be
ridiculed Ai Cobltrsi oaU TmW,! and told
that the Ariny and the Nay are no plaices for
them or tbeir Children ?! If ther is pa Ameri
can mechanic who will sit still under! such an
iofamohs assertion, or any longer support an ad
ministration that seeks to divorce not only the
money, buth honors of . the Repubic from the
people al larje, he is fit to be a pitif slave lie
is a slave already ! , i r , - ( .'4 . f
j'-'-! .!;': I iHB ROUGH HEWER.
Tim GRAND TOUUMlMEJiT- OP
J ' I rt EGLLWOU.V. v :j . V:,; i
'I Our prediction of Jast year is about to be fdU
filled j the days of chivalry -have returned. It
rould scaicely be otherwise with a yooncr, brau
tifuJ, arid maiden Qae-n'on the throne t i Eog:
hod, a Cwurt of pret; CAtWier,at her feet,
all ourning ulh high Uo;,' & eager to distin
guish tbeuiselves in these silken days of peace,
fitter for carpet knights' than champions of ie
oowrt. 1 It is tru-, ibe spirit which prompts -prof
lofty enterprise has never been exunguished, but
the outward forms which! added ey-.mur.li grace
to ihe featii of arms of former days had entirely
passed jaway. Theso; are aain resioied, and
with them, we irusr, ; ine-nerpeinainin yi..iuusv
customs which shed a halo round- every thing
within tbeir sphere ; w hi-b, wbie they formed
the warrior lor; the l fierce delight' of the
lists or ibaltle-field, wereieqoally influential
the lyde in power and the minstrel. in hall.
Poeticaf ss .the subject may beJ it is t
merely i poetical sense that we now speak jof ii,
w e do not g uai a n t ee ou r statement by the e
racity of verse, but in as honest prose as we car.
master we venture briefly ! to describe what it is
that has excited so mucb interest throughout
the grea; world.'
' lrdm thi Ridtrtwrul Compiler.
;,M " i TEXAS. M. ,.! ' !;
! A slip From the New Orleans Bulletin of the
I4tb insi. gives farther: extracts from! the late
accounts from Texas. They had been much
skiimishirtg between the; commamchie$ and the
Texans on the bonfers. In every conflict,
however great the! odds in favor of the Com man
chies, tbey bad been p'efoated and driven like
timid deer j A! party of 200 warriors; lately at
tacked a i company of twenty-one men, com
manded by Col. Darnes, near the Aroojo Seco,
and were dfeate$ and driven frrarhefiehli
with the! loss of several warriors and many
horses. None .. of Col. Karnes company were
injured. "He received a slight wound on the
Head, grazed by a bullet. A few days after
.wards a smaU party of j Indians stole about thir
ty, horses from a, settlement on the La Bicca
they were pursued and overtaken oy the citizens,
u o.. ' i . Li.i it .j-. c-.:.i. .w;lwo'
oiu iv.gm ..mn.-ug .u.w., wmuj and io a airmisb Iwo of itheir parlv were killed,
still stood u non his old) nnncmles. was so l j .i alt r.J .u. ' iti Ll - n tUond
IF" "Jir ; . j .ii . ' . t aim iiiev ucu, icairiuij, iiuci whu lue eutien
' . it !( .,!.; 3 5 1- . ' . . n ' j J r et D:.
violently persecuted by this same oainoun hoises, about forty others, which were captured
fact on, that he was absolutely compelled by the citizens.: The Indians are held in peifect
to leave the Sate because he was not e-1 contempt by the frontier inhabitants so coward-
notfgh of aSfate Rights man! And now,he lyare theyi ;l j
andlthe Calhoun faction are working to- . Tbe best order was preserved during the elec-
The Earl of Eglingtoon, a ymmg Nobleman,
skilled jin every rum Hat and c.unly accomplish
ment of ancient as of modern da? vis the regen
erator (jf Chivalry, who Seeks totcyiveii in alii
its former splendour, j For ibis purpose it i?, we
uriders2nil, his Lordship's iatention to hold a
soIemo Tournameiiiin the" course of hext spring,
at bis Casile of Eglirigtobo, in Ayrshirt, where
every aid that knowledge and taste can give will
be afforded io celebrate tlpe eveul wilh'ihe mag
nificence suitable tosuch an occasion. The Hats
are o be constructed 6a n very extensive scale.
calculated, we believe, lor the accommodation
of not (ess than 10,000 spectators, and when
the rich varieties of custpme of hundreds of fair
hdies, the splendid 'armour and jacooiremfnts
of a hundred and fifty knights, their; banners
and trophies and waihke decoration?, shall, fill
the arena, we need scarcely sayj that; Europe
will not have witnessed eo corizeoub a: displav
since the dajfsof tbe Field of the Cloth id Gold,.
the armour and costume ot which ieriod has
been selected as the most picturesque and appro
priate.; ; :- p , ;...! '. r j ;' I - -j-f'
I That every detailconnected with this grand
ounertaking may correspond in kccuiacjj with
the zeal of tbe noble projector,; arrangemenis
have been entered into with Jlessrs. rratt, ol
street, lor the supply ot the armour and
weapons and alt the paraphernalia ot tne tour
nament, and to their management, indeed, the
whole affair has been confided. To such of our
readers as have visited j their collection of ar-j
mour in Lower Grosvenor street! we need say
the ferlir:-; ,
and d i3t u;
of the U, S -
sibihty, ni (
'As Mr ()
avowed, ft .
of even jhe ;
lion '.fr'orh I
eight at is
whilst h? c!
Ihe Unm 1
world ; I v
course. U i
ou( of t!; ; ('
which the ll:
he could U
tho Lonclc .
more cfiVn;! .
fixing the' L
inhi,s spcjpc! ,
character U f ;
try a man, ;
outraged ly :
bly is. j
senso of he
majority cf !
gen tie m a:i ;
n moved her from her constitutional proj
iety. The Clud has how passed from
if horizon, arid thero is nothing to pre
vent us from again basking in the sunshine
;of our first love, r,:' A ; FtiK- lM; A : .
Although we reganl the constitutionality
a National Bink' as res judicata, both
respects the general government and ou
- sute, we yet have j no objection to say
iynrd or two on it, as an original) question.
The objection urged! against it fis! 'merely a
gative One, founded on the, r ejection iby
e convention,! which fYained the Consti
tion,of a proposition io. confer -ori! Ckn
ess the general ;poWerto .'"fjrant hariersj
' incorporation. There was not e ven the
rejection of a specific proposition; to con
f r the right of chartering jaM National
-Uank. A eeneral power of tinenrporaiion
may have been! deemed cbjectipnable,wfu(l
-ti apeclhc power ot incorporation, a. bandj,
as a Usual agcnlol the Government may ndt
only nave oeenrecarded as uncxcepiionaf
Ute, arid as already sufficiently provided fdr
. w henever the eineigency might demand its
i'xercise, ; as' incidental to one or i! more
ranted r powers. Well have a J strikingly
analogous ease to qnote. On the 29th My
1787, Mr. C. Pincrxey, sabmitted the
plan of a Constitution, with S this clause
'Congress shall hive power to borrow :n
the credit of I the lU
Ori the 1 Cth Auirusi. 1787 J this
ney, and emit bill: ori
StatesJ Onlhe ICtI
clause came up for . cohsiiieration, and j o
motion io strike out the words i M and te
puis " me vote oy states stood, yeas y
nayaS, and the words were never r
itored.-. ; ,: f j. ;-' a
If it be anconstitutional to charter! a Natio
SlJiok, because the convention refused to invest
iCoress with the ireneral power: of krantin?
Ichauers of incorporation a fort fori is hat j bddy
debarred thaj right ojf emitting bills bfcredit, Iby
the express rejection of a proposition itb: corffer
I Ipecifi-J power. But Mr J Calhoun aed his school
are advocates of j 'bills ofjdredU; now; iissuedl by
j Congiess in the $hape of Trea8uryjRot!ea anf he
is open i y in lavor oi a uoveroment paperi dur-
of "emitting bills on creditnf ih U.
rank federalists, j And in it a matter of won
.a . '"atl it -it a ' .ii
ma. we una ait tnese federalists ot tne
Hamiltonian feehooli then sobscribincr to the
Proclaraatioq, and sftly chiming in with the.
accuinuiavng jSircngin ioi executive power r--
A iiey uius upnaiua louissotuvij . assouiaiea Ui
principle and interest with al party which hall
already forfeited. all clufm tojdemocracy, and, bv
the lime Jackm had, ithroiigh, influence spU
pointed his - tsimitabie federal successor anld
mrowR nis mamie upori nimij ineit numoers naid
fearlully aogmiented.i Every sobsrqjni actfijd
this successor jlias but increased their confidence
in him ; whifo it has artuse the apprehenptnrjs
of lhe Slate Rightsparty',j and every wheie
stajrtled The advocated ojr iru democracy I That
they aro the" bntid ent of Air Van Baren ; tbat
they occupy the high pjaceslof ibe federal govl
errjment, and re seeking, under the; mask -if
democracy t to extend its; grasp, and cjriisoii(laie
its power, is irjdisputabte. And are these mei
the advocates: of Stale Rights? Ot do they
practice the idjemocrticj do(irires of 4efTe!rsof.?
Or subserve eitheu, thei interests of the Union
or the South ? j; We in vjoke ! the pure! spirit 'of
revolutionary democracy , we cad upon those
choice spirits who stood iup ufether atain st the
tide oi ieueraiism m py iftme times, to sa
I whether these men are identified with the eaftt
of ihe country or noil or whether thev are ad
vancing the principles which they labored to est
tablisbt ' . i I ';.r . . - " ; j " j
But this new bore., democracy, composed of
ao manj adverse elements, are yet unchangeably
trne ro the watch words bfpower and patronage.
The authors oi; the TarifT in '23 of lb Procla
mation abd Force BUI in 'S-2, when ihey hd
I lifeve this devotion i wilf efTnt a rnnii;, J
and thus tendto cnlrgf thfir 'power and perl-
vi(iv ivu ,oujiciuii,t jC'iuiuiaiea oy mts
nope, ana Dy tn oeuei Jhat Mr Calhoun? nne
have "abandoned no principle, changed no
opinion.? , during the whole time within
which they have been thus alternately op
posing and: aiding each; other ! Both have
been! standing still, though the antipodes
are Ihow standing' shoulder to shoulder !
Can,1 any one explantljiisphehomenoii?J
The Hon. S. S. Prentiss, of Mississippi,
arrived at New Orleans in the parket ship
Yaoo, on the 19ih iiisi A comiiiittce of
gentlemen appointed fur the o:casion,wai t
edoh hiiit lo;tender the hospitalities of the
cityj He expressed; hiinoelf highly grati
fied with the honors thus paid him. and
Stated 'his regret (hat! his hasty departure
iur Mississippi; preventea rus aiieniance at
s public dinner. He however, dined with
the) committee jat the St. Charles Exetiange.
A eompliinentary perch from J ide dack
sori drew from Mr. Premiss a reply, equal
ti power ano: brilliancy: to similar eii rts
that have astonished! Uontiress, and won
or! him the first rank among American or
ators i ! Ile cicsd With ll e !IWwirgioast.
xmisiana aiM M smssiopi united in ii
pt, may! ihey be united in (Veling "
States,? to the ambuni faf man tiniloos I be-
yona ine demands oi tne uorernment't jFor
lAtu and his disciples, then; to object! :ta' al Na
tional Daqk on sucb a; scored is; Imanitestiy to
?rain at a goat and sw allow p baraehiber is
obvio'islv more reason to arjrae the Unmiristitn.
ilonality of treasury notes or ot'be!Govipranjnt'
paper to serve as a currency Ibf n rtNtional
Bank from the action of tbe Convent ion, and the
argument in the former ense may; perba'ps de
rive tome strength from tbe expirees constitution
al restriction on jths se veral States againsf lemlvt
ting bills of creditor, making; any jlbingbut gold
r. silver a ga tender in payme
payment of debts.
But we are willing to waive this vantage ground
&. concede lhat'the Constitution contain no ex
press prohibit'ioA against emrUiug ull of credit
or chartering a National Bank ; and we ire wil
Jing to give Mr Calhoun his treasury notes and
Uovetnment paper currency wo, ii ne csn aoew
them to be a means necessary and! proper! to car-
rv ioto effect any of khe powers expressly gran-
h : ted to the Unetai ijr.vprnoaciat,pr,v weo pe wn
"t yield esour National Broken hkUrms Tri
ft K tefusal of the CbnvQnikntogTaatiny pujvei ex
ressly and sm ficaily to the General Gov eVnmeot
-oeS not eXCludf n hbibbcbum nuwien wr
tpdieetktaj power, nectesaiy and propyl t eatry
lion is fa vera
le, tbe Globe U now advocatinl
e "union of the democracy bf i he North and th!
planters of the bouth.'l and asserts, asan ini-
djucement to this union that, tbe Sooih
either act wt the demderay-of tbe North, r
Vsubmit to be robbed of its 'property, or debaiit
from the confederation. i la plain Enelish. that
puio fcuciwiiKB oiaie iiign8 party ot thie
uth must either uhtte themselves i with itarif-
fitea and Federalists, or submit to be robbed 6f
their propertyor bel driven lrom the Confederal
ation f We enn tell this ! mendatioos dihl.
Texas.! with enemies within and Withont her
borders, disbands her army, and throws by the
means of even a defensive war an'exraordinary
fact. Mexican ofiieers were among the Chero
kees in the East,' who had been supplied with
large quahiities of powder by the Mexicans
This! fact Would seem to show that Texaswas
imprudently indulging in sell -security!; and that
she should xercise more vigilant watch.
'Trifling difficulties with a handful cf Mexi
cans near Nacod0che3 had entirely ceased, and
FOIITUJVE FAVORS THE BRAVE
Col. Karries made a truly providential escape
from a party of Mexicans who recently attacked
iirm near oonaa. j in ens aci oi punirig nis iooi
tciHto the atirrnp, to mount his hor, he was fired
upnc, and uraggtiq some oisiance oy ine irigm
er.ed aniiuaf, te fore he could exiricat 3 liiu.sf If.
On doing 9 ,he instantly faced his enemips,ire.w
his pistol :aud fired, while they disehsirged heir
pieces at fitrn, but without effect. He continoed
to confront ihem, and by his ailniiratdcoiliiess
and method, succeeded at length in gaining a
wood, by means of which be escaped. ,
wouiu ant r
nothing of the skill j jandhrfaste which j presides . Beggar-njit;
over their arrangements jr. but to . the world in cant who U:
general, unused, perhaps, to tbe.marshalling of phens, anil '
mese inrgoiieu glories ot me pas, we can oniy U-.rjut. in:.
give it as our opinion that Sir Samuel- iMey rick j r,'..
T ; 1 . - - ! . $.. i.- h Wai tU';.I..
nimseiii couio scarcely uo more justice 10 me 1 . . n ,
EFFECTS OF PlWSSIC ACW COILX
: . j J TE il ACTED, r -
'A numerous body of gentlejneti of.this
tow n, consisting. of members of tne inetli
cal and legal professions, were ikst week
invited-10 oi series oiiexperimeo;is 01 a pny
suSjecli. 1 ,Uf-.i . V '' 1-
Norjcould the conception of this interesting
project have emanated from a more appropriate
source than tbe mind of a descendant of one -of
the noblest and most distinguished lines of Scot
land He who can claim kindred, through a
host warlike chief : and leaders oil renown, iih
the brave and gallant Montgomery of Chevy
Cbasej the celebrated '.h n.l. 'cf.-lli
Sir Hugh fiis Montgowbcrrt. ;;
of the bid ballad, hV, amongst whose ancestors
is enroled the famous Earl who titled so fauliy
with Henry the Second! of Fraece, must; be
well qualified, by su'h conangiity alone, io
bring hack the m.bte and kiiighlly jexercise to its
firmer: exalted place.
Thai the undertaking! wit be made we have
every assurance : that it will prosiier we have
no doubt. and thai it may ensrafl 1 he tastes of
our forefathers upon the present rac of the noble
and gentle in the land, ye fervently hope.
VVe shall phoitly return Io the subject, $ pro
mine to make our readers acquainted i:h all the
deiatlsot ihe proceeding' as they occur. 1
London Court Journal.
"SCENES IN LONDON,?
The subjoined letter from Gen. Hamil
JdllN VAN BURKN'S ATTEMPT- TO siological and chymical nature,! illustrative vbat
ton, of South Carolina, to the Editor of the
Richmond Enquirer, gives a full and spmo-
AST AN AMERICAN INTO AN
: - ENGLISH PRIsON.
So much tisoeru said alx-ut John Van Bu
ret 1 s movements id Lun.ion, that we are by ho
means dispibed 10 add io his adventitious, butter
fl) cunstquenct. Bui.uniHSs we are misinformed
he bdB be-n &n acor in oine cene which o.ybi
to be exposed. ' i The tianiaction. as the reb4ri
iuka to.u-Jwas substaniiailf this;:' Mr.! Vlo
Burin took with him to Lond n a note agairlsi
an American then in ojknd. hr several ihuu
safid dollars ,jo yv hich thai g iuleuiari had a go?i
of! the importattt subject of forsenic mt'dr
cine, by John Rob 1-1 3011, M D , which af
fufded much instruction and the greatest
saiisfaction to the audience. The most im
pcHant feHlureoftht se demonstrations was
the doctor's method of resuscitation from
the effects of hydrocy. , Twoistrong rab
bits being selected ;for experiment,' four
drops oi powerful hydrobyanie acid were
applied tothe tongue of each. The effects
Were instaiitly apparentthe animals were
for i some minutes motionless.! and aona-
interesting ; account of 1 the ' recent
aTalr,,, between Mr Stevenson, our Minis-
: i-'--- ""' -4 u r .. I :
ter to Great Britain, and Daniel O'ConnelU
Eq. tbe " Great Agitator of Ireland," and
Slanderer-General of the human race :
ence. Van 3uro niet ihe gentltmau retired 1 ierftly jled, jwlleii Dr Robinson admiiiis-
the Sooth will submit to neither of these alie
natives i inat Whiles they contemn this wnim
they as cordially defy the party which I; threate
ine aesirocuoii 01 their property asthe penalt
of their refasal and 'that the ConfeoVra linn wi
be their boast and pride tso llon an it nVntt.
jheir ioteresis and hooor. The uoion of star!
uighis and ouihrn. interests wiih Northern
Federalism! fThej friondsMp of Gabriel and
juucner 13 nui more impossible!
AIR. R IVES AJVD LOUIS PHTTJPP.
I Itis said that Mr! Rives. khen the A marie n
ambassador at I Parf, had much influence over
ne mma 01 LAiajette, on tbe question of giv
tng to France a conltitationil mnnarihv in nr.
ference to atlemptirtg again to establish a jrepoblj
he., On this iot,we happen to know that thai
great and sincere friend of republican instituO
tions did go to Mr Rives'j hotel & consult biai o
..... rul, moi wo noars nerore the assemblinw
the deputies to decide the Question. !
P Wc know, also, that KlrillivM AIA
urge opoo Lafayee the: Impolicy cf attempt
ing to esubhsb a rebublic in! France, in asj muct
as the nauun was not capable of sustaining ooe ;
-and did assure; tbe peoeial j that all hie iotelU '
geat friends in America' vvould take the cam
Jiew of the matter land entirely exhoneraie hin
Iromthe charge hieal inconsistency in re
eommendiog 1 censtitBiioniil mooarcby rathe:
tai and, as we lea in, was indebted to his tiuspi
o.liies in Jbundun. ; i tjowever concr-ad l
faci that he was chargfd with the culle-nion j
tiiisiquesnoniable note until ihat genileman had
left Louden and was on the eve of departure,
from i3risiol,in;,the Great Western. At this
mbenenji w nen among entire strangers, the gen
tlenian arrested b- the special direction f Ajr.
Jobn Van Buren, !witt the alternative of pay
lttS I ifraodjalent dt ma ad of several thousand
dtlar6 procuring jbail from a free!-hold'! in the
county oCBristol, on being commiiied to Prison.'
Thus situated, among siiangeis, the. gentleman
related! the facts Ida Bristol Merchant, who,gen
erously-inierpo8ln betWeen a stranger and rik
press ion, entered the bail 1 rtqnired,; the victim
uose incarceration in a prison was deliberately
contrived by the John Van Buren, was rescued
by an honorable!, warm-hearted e ranker, and o-
atled ip reiurnjlo jfiratloMi and his Fmilt..
j Such 'eOtdui from Joe American to another
in a FtjiMgniUaid; is abhirent to livery serf ti
bietit ahdiDoUpttj cf josiice and honor. An in
di vidua! whom 'circumstance has elevated to tim
higbesi cipiesjin London,hoa)d have scorned
'to Mbop so 11!! Atidhooian imboed wttrr ihe
sentiments ui the feehngs of an American, conld
bavtsrwen gjilly of sucb perfidtucan9S8 towards
a coautrynuo.; i : . ! j ii : ij ; '" ' I '
Albany Evening Journal.
tered his ; restorative viz : cod water
m the Richmond Enquirer.
MR. STEVENSON AND MR. O'CON-
'Long's Hotel. London,
, August 15th, 1838,
Dear Sir Knowing the deep interest
which you, feel 10 every thing, which con
cerne the American Minister, I hasten 10 en-
poured from an enuuence over the occiput close you by the packet of to-morrow frim
and spiiiie(teip)erature of the witer being Liverpool, his correspbdence h Mr 6'-
pievinuljrj lowered by nitrate of potash Connell. -I ' . ! ! 1'
anu common sail, i i ne euect ;was magi- iouwiiiot course have Been the re
call for; by this jresusciative process it was ported brutal outrage wbichllisi Irish' Call -remrki
d that each animal in tqirrj skipped ban made on both our country and Mr Ste-
m. a 1 rz r - ' --4 1 1 .
auoui as 11 int eooa neaiin and Knints
We need scarcely remark, that slick facts
as we now record cannot Ibe too nmmi.
nently placed before the public ?4 Sunder
From the Albany Daily Advertiser. I
THE CAT LET OUT OF THE BAG
' Out of. the abundance of the heart the mouth
Speakeih-j;'l!lil--i;j- " r.j: ' --"i-
j-II! , jj iil&iani finder i iH J
My'great grandsire was an ancient Duke I
Styled Dest er Di Gonzad'j! 1 r Lady's Tn-
! The following, is lefated of Sir Co
bell, oy an English paper. I f
Nb CoiiN (4ampbrl3l. About
before ihe battle of Asaye, General
thought it necessary to obtain possevsion of an
important ipiti named Anmedhugger. It was
taken by a boat gallant escaladeirTn (thetbirli
ofi the assault General; Wellesley saw m youn
" Mua iiwucu me Mp oj in 'very
My wall,! thniuff thercnerny j and falling
nrcM.gu ine air irom a great height Gen Wei
leal v had little doubt that h wa.e u
severely winded, if noi killed by ihe fall, but
hastened to enauire ih 'r.am A .u.
galWnt yoong fellow, and had jihe satisfaction
: Ofi Seeing him in a mnmi.ni
t..iJ r :. i uuilmibiitCIV
tutie toured, again mounting toj the; assault.
venson on the first of Aogtistlat . Birming
ham, where the abolition of the negro. ap
prenticeship in the "British West Indies was
celebrated with very extraordinary manifes
tation of blackguardism and ahtise j
Tlie moment M r Stevenson read Mr O
in Camp J Connell'a speech, he hastened to my lodg
ings, and requested me to convey such a
message to Mr O'Coqnell, as stipuld leave
no doubt of its import As I was perfectly
awart jj if he placed himself in the hinds of
this patriot, (who is as false to his friends,
as be is; mean and treacherous to his ene
mies,) some unfair advantage would be ta
sen, biiu mat ii wr a. and mvseit were
ed abroH( t
which wob! '
rrie in pern
Mr O'C) .
me as a
of nis tali, i :
ferior in 1 1
Without ) r
on our lef Ir
erthelcss hi, :
We shoufj .L
gency to In
tamers as; p
IIUl II1U I.l"!
have had sc
and mysc ;l '
inu-h Iri&j L
lf, how .
v- . l - 1 .....
nived at " I ;
their ever) ;
has been r '
Empire )i :
money fro .
lump of VV:
I feel h.
ing such l'
not our ctV;
of his per;
foul and i.::.
has ever f t
shall we r
I charity it ;
this, under :
acieo in nn
tbe old Cc
"P. S. j
olina Hall I!
great dc?; tt
utmost kit. '
I have bad
riot handed over to the police, a message glorious c;
wouia not only irritate a fresh cataract of reason to L
imuugsgoie irom ine most comotis tountain
of low titu Deration any where tri be found
in her majesty's dominions tn ; this stage
of the proceeding, I was' so fortunate as to
r'f.T impossiblH to
heroes out of men
HJLJ.. ,L .HC
SBiS AS JY!- 01 fV offiEred bave tbe counsels of that gallant! and intel-
rW th4f heir fiiSfh tn k.J "gcer of our Navy, Capt. Matthew
foitX fry,1Dd ofiDiMopary,
d btmi bis personal and family friendshin land -T gentleraan who is also highly es-
anp omki sometimes to say that the firm tim teemed and so advantageously known by us
-Mow- ciei iHen n m Ur a irk U -t - . I nil ll nnirtf nnn hn h h.nfuM.ri .l.nlal.
; j- " " ,u i(io air- inil I " - -.vm.., r. uuiu u.uucucu vtiutui.r
rinar tm Bl- r I: !.i 5.." - i. . .1 . . - . . 1- 2. , -
who adopt' ih prioctples and maxims of Tink
ers j and Cobier4.t- Washington Globe. J
Afier loodl protestations of love for the People,
atter y eats of servile adulation at tbe shrine:
VSSSV Pjnl 9,Ho cpbeil. knight ly to be io London. These gentlemen sug
rd J J" jested! to me, from a much bettlr knowl-
.rmy.and povernor of Nova bcotia. ; ! edge of Mr O'Connell's character tbanT
Tbeoirier ofacres( oif Land
rwiaaMwl mcir that ! I10 rtiifrftt t n Ka a r .
Looisian I ii- 1 . i . .. .6 1.
. - . --r 1 p roacuea in ine lorro oi an enquiry io me
e. J belong 6g tithe Uniied State,, J f lTT!
of 1 Indian lul has been TtiAAn;0.Jt :L It. 1 c I farst instance, whether the renmt of his
. T .. r"",ouvi w wi iwen, zr - " r v . r " "
slick! After maov professions of regard for the bees iorveyed.of which k. .;L Ui,.ir S! D8
humbly classiof 4ociet-th0 laboarers and work- t half. hav. beso Iffered frsa e T.ij Til f M
power,jthe offi hofdera have waxed ,fat.nd , ty auiwms and a half. I About hair Af ifci-Ti" soeech was correct and if hefavowed it J
L . f ma i IJa&B I' : IT . . . I r
lis millions and I fbat then I should wait upon him with an
tngma of 0001 the offial crgao of ibe miacally sold.uttimoire American.
ly two I open letter, to ask whether beheld himself
fesponubie, according to; the sense in which:
between v .
ter at the
I Sir, Mr
you at a j
; T Jie!i.-
i i a .
a slave brt
it possible i
,man tvho U
' . I desire
1 f. .
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