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manner so as to: oblige
'Tn the Jldtress of the Democratic Cobnut
tohiri. ci Cap Garden, WYcrk, JulyS
, JOBS toivi r, - ; t,J..I.r,r
having delivered an Address to the Present
en his laodiiifftt Castle Garden. biBWff? "
Slows: iW hate been chosen, fcr
dent, by your democratic lellow itwnM0;
TfTiofoa,k thi T fi'9t itr to ibem as
LhV Maxims of the Union, their eniteam-
iri io fdlatv Ihe'r exam-
jbfiri io f dlaty ihe'r exam-
..... p. :nAnna ' ihir ? r.tmrnfnpnfa. Mad Ve 1
been in his p!ace,Uaould have been ordered dif
rmlv. We would tiare let Mr Edmonds and
plied as follows :
nrirt cMtK I am deeply ana gr-ueiuM
gratolatron and welcome--The ;PHBWf i
r.iot h this rnrdiil reception on the p
my democratic fellow-citizens of the eityj
' r vr Vnrlf. Lbnff. very . ions
.M.iAAt r their favor, and thoroughly imprtess-
ed with a conviction of ihel unvarying patrjot
fea, 1 can never be insensible to their good win
ion. ft iJ therefore, with the liveliest satis ac
tion that! learn from you that my official j ejn
doct as Presidents the United Sutes has toet
Ihe approbation of those In whose behalf you
hate addressed roe. f estimate that apprpta
the more highly from a belief that they hate ot
overrated cither the difficulties of my wsiMon
the importance of the subjects upon, wuicu it
t- hasWn mf dat? to act. ,. 'i.4- f.-:lm L
v wratiflnsinDortan imnortaot question
J WW. " i J j u
iir regard to our domestic policy that of an pn-
t dependent Tieasury-abow a very mawna
' Hist consideration of the subject io all its i bear-
nni tact-Sri ni inn nriuciuio . w urvi-
" ' i . - . m.w ncoi nf
hi3 fnads know that w were the President of
the People, and cot a party. It was a Cue op
portuaity for Mr Van Bireo to hare quoted Jef
ferson onon thea.saTiDr. Let oa. fellow-eiti-
zens, reflect, that haTioj banished from our land
that religious intolerance under which mankind
so loo? bled and fiaffered, we have ; yet gained
little, ir we countenance a pouwcai mioierance
as despotic,ias;wickedlind capable or as bitter
and bloody persecutions. Every difference of
opinion is ot a diSerince of principle. We
have called by. ciiiereat Dames ereiureu 01 iue
same principled We if e all Republicans ; we
are all r edetaustvf e? ev msieaa or wnicn,
une would be left to suppose, from the language
of the Presdent that jtfxere was no part of the
population of the city jqf New i York entitled to
be recognised as worthy of regard but bis demo
cratic friends who happen to ' be the minority
of the resident population of the city. j
The passage of the president's address wn?cn
relates to the Sob Treasor? only a tttjacx-
mento of his last Deceisiber Message on the sub-
That cart ot his response which refers io out
Foreign Relations ; however, is in a happier
?ein,and expresses opibions in which we con
cur, and seniiroeni higly,becomioer. the slatioo
of him who uttered them. ? j , 1
! National Inltligcnccr. :v
wltU the superintendence and management
of jllif ogines, and her crew in whole, ic-elading-
ofacer?, and seataen, engineers,
cooks, steward', tic, v?i!l crnounl to 65.
la respect of stcrc3 end nsneraluing out;
sho is admirably? found, and erery thing-is
on ! the most 'improved construction Her
rf indlass, for example, w cl Tyzick iI)ob
son's patentj lier Etoppera of Moffat's pat
ent; and eo:ior bfmany other patent arti-J
cies. net cnam tulles aie 1-7 8 iron, and j
are of the same- kind as WqSed for a 74 gun j
ship. Herispall bower, . best Wower and
sheet ancaqr weigo tespecii'ei
qrs. 18 lbs I;54Slctand 47 cwl. 1 qr,tl
fo pains, rio Expense havo been spared itjt
omaining periscviuu, buu &iug mv tu?ia.
all, we raay; saiety say sue is unequauea oy
say ressel afloal. ; Among other conventecsss,
tor passengers wo nac almost torgotien oct.
On the deck there wi!I be a -neat erection
in which cold.
be obtained by
As the i. Great Leviathan
established i wh
ihM for the safetv of the many : or the aggran
of the few : whether or not lo eecute
the greatest good tp the greatest number, in our
view the only legitimate objectiot: the intlUp
Yiun of government among menU It is, ' to ?my
;nrrttm th9t nniir a system like ours, aed
in communities like those! wbich compos the
populatio4'.of these Slates, ihe solution ot a ques
tion embracing such considerations canntf lopg
Amin tn H.Miht Private interest and indlTiU-
ual ?flyrts, urider mistaken impressions asjjto.. ts
tPmUnnvi mat. indeed, obstrect and delay, hot
thAv cannot control its' adjustment. On the
contrarr.L we cannot be deceit ed in beliering
opposed to uiuat oi g.iviujj r-v j-ri u , i .h . ; ,, v
the patlic money,- and a consequent control ovr leave for New Ypikv July ,1, the) following
U. to private corporauona . PT' will be interesting to our readers :
Ppnnlft ma we II be retarded as a question . t i 5
m r ! - - . -.ie 1 - aM . 4. m 4
wrohing the nature, .and, to some wv J THE BKlTlSrl UJitiiN -.ai'LAMLR.
K-itnrjnrrnoh lean lnstliuuoas, as wu i ! J ' . .
I "r.tJ.J min Durooses! fur From the raisley Jidverlner.
m tuiiuue'vu w . . U ml 1 I . ' : . - i E I; w f r
l I This uniendul and nowerful vessel - was
built, as our readers are, aware, bv . Messrs
. . si..
Curling and Young,! Londpo, for the Brit
tsh and American Steam Navigation Uo.J
She was launched fat Limehouse, at toe
close of May, 1838i4 and arrived at Port
Glasgow about the ph of July in that year,'
by M r
r.. a. .
oy( tup pui to
to get het j engines-flaiade
Naoieri Ensineer uU?sow
ness of Mr Johnstone, resident engineer
we had an opportunity of giving this Ocean
Queen a general overhaul on Monday last,'
and we shall now subjoin a few particulars
thai thft Dlod is raDidlv approachiogf .when 1 rprnrrfinrr heir. Hef !fnoinWfriniT and other
those efforts will be discontinued- w ben fW1 fittings are fn V my? forward state. On the1
considerations will nnayoidably, be mergfd in ZmrfllA .u UiV. ,.i.hinfir aity
WJ ....aw, MV. - w J " - .
the general currents of- public flentiment,; tnd
tvhen ihe common interest, in this respect, tvill
be placed on its only true and solid fouddajinn,
hv ihe adoDtiori of the measure referred tot with
the approbation of the People. . ' 'l-M '-
The vievs which you hare taken of I panic
nlar DuiDls'in our foreigrn relations, wniea re-
renilv oresenled a teiv onfavdrable aspect, fare
Conceived in the same just ;and enlighUnled i pi
rit.- The long contested question, jj obi ween
Great liritaio arid ourselves fn relation j to the
Northeastern boundary, there is reason ! to) hope,
board, with the exception of the main shaft
which was expected; i downl from Glasgow
on Thursday. We gave a 1 number of the
dimensions of this vessel', when she was
launched, but it may not be uninteresting to
repeat a few of Iheip, along with some oth
er details. . , .;'.; :.?J,. ' t
. ; 't - 1" 1 ; ' Feet. Inches.
Length from figure head to j ;
taffnl. J 275 0
Longth of upper deck, 245 0
t)ie passengers. - But the at-'
iention of thii owners goes still farther "than
in is. nven : smoaers jare not jorsouea.;
Near the biti t?ere will be (sbiftable4o Ut
wardr we hope.) a spgar-room, where smo
kers may congregate and offer up clouds ol
incense to each other, till they become as
smoke-dried as red-herrjngs, -. f
; i oe caoios on jine captain, r; cniei : mats,!
and surgeonvlarel on the: quarter-dec!: qidl
the room forms i shelter for Jhe steersman,!
She is steered with a doable wbeef mAtf
to tnose useqi oyi jjonaoo; tuast inaiaaen, or?
line of battle! shjps.. The peUy offireia de-j
scend to their cabin immediately before the"
windlass, and. the seamen, get down to theu
berths choke forward before toe fore casileJ
The ri2riff 'df ttie vessel is low and inusj
rather than taunt;: but , her yards are pre it
square, and lis sbe has studding-sail booms
fitted on tbempbe will be able, wbea ne
cessary, to diJplay a good breadth of cin-4
vass to tne breeze, r one is; expected to saiii
or more strictly speaking, to sail irom uiy deE
about the 15tb Jjoad, and alter touching at
Liverpool, Dublin tnd Cork, will proceed
to London . She will start from the Thames
sihriiit tho 29th June, and from the Mcther-
bank, Portsrutihabout the 1st of July.)
She wiU bavjl jatiout, 300 passengers xa berl
first trip, berths for whom are alreidy seJ
curedJ The j berths on her return pasagr
from New York, were all taken jp som
time ago. ' LI . - ...
I When startirigj from London,sbe will hrve
about 1000 tons of coals aboard, and yet, so
capacious is 'sbej, she wilt have room fo
1 000 tons ofl goods. She is coppered., up
to seventeen jem, j ana is expecieu yuvi
loaded to draw Eighteen feet aft, and seven
teen and a half feet forward. Notwitbitaad
i rig- tne great; capacity pi tnis magnnncen
FRIDAY. JULY 10, 1830.
harm to make ee of is ; that William Herbert
has located a claim of this fraudulent Jiind, as
aid Herbert told deponent himself. And h far
ther told him, .if he would introduce no resolu
tion In the Lfgislatare,' calculated to brinj thb
fraud before Congress, he would not appear in
Jackson, and interfere with him in his county
measures. And he states further, that a Mr.
Hatch, and two other men, who said they were
from Columbus,' one of whom; had red hairt came
to his house and told him they were concerned
in this company ; and told him that if he would
certify that those Indians had remained, they
would give him an interest worthy of his atten
tion, or a section of land. j ---':..- -
T;; -; Additional Tfiinoo-;'. ;:
' j General Dale, a member of the Legislature,
froui Lauderdale county, in this Stale being doly
sworn, says, on oath, he knows of locations har
ing been made In his county, at, or about the
time of the land sales in Columbus ; which lo
cations, be supposes, . were under the article of
13 in a fair wav for' a speed f and amicable settle
raent, arid the troubles on the. Canadian border
Lave, I am persuaded, passed tbeii most danjn;er-
ous crisis. ; 1 1"' p'r;'
To culti vate a spirit of liberal concession in
our poMio iel3iions,and, at the same tim, to
maintain, with every Power, our national ronor
unimpaired, are properly regarded by .'ycra
trusts of the highest nature. Experten has
shown that these can be best discharged hy in-
' TariablyideiuaQdins'jiisiice ourselves, and- j as in
variably pursuing the same line of conduct to
wardfoihers A momebiary forget fuliufsl! of the
laiter and great duty, by asmall numbeirof our
' Ciiizenspn the Northern frontier, had: well nigh
bmken op the peaceful relations of tw!great
naiuns.and fxposed to irreparable injury the
deareat inleresis of imiUions. of people) i towelled
lo.vue most a mica Die iniei course by ine -Strong
.lies of reciprucal interests, a common orijln, and
,a common JaDgoage.The; injurious cbntilquen-
ces of war between ihem,yrot only tbjte par
ticular interests ofpcjv but to those also juf man
kindjcbold not be well rxaggeratejd. iflV may,
:indeedi be safely affirmed, that there are;rfot two
oilier nations ha the wot Id, a war between whom
would sever so many ties, or who are barlable of
ialLciing upn each other such complicsHd and
divji.fied evils.- Although these considjetat ions
ha nti weight. and aould probably receire tfom
i neither more than a passing regret, in i respect to
the prosecution of war rendered indispensable
;by a duetegaid to the national -character; they
. could tijnt be contemplated withtot the ( deepest
; Borrow as the result of a contest brooght upon
: tlie two countries without necessity jjj j
Thai the steps which were taken to 'preserve
the public faith, and to,suppre68 disorderiia that
quarter, produced,' m the then state jof public
leeiing on ioe ironuer, dissatisiaction, ef en with
persons eniertaining, in other respects j the most
, correct views, did not disappoint me-. I Trusting;
however, to the good sense and oltrmatejjtm feel
ing of by countrymen. I was persuaded that
.those unfavorable impressions would' be of 6hort
oariiion: ana. ii i had ovpn thm,ri.t t i ' r- r r-
could not.I hnmblW honn.W. aLa r' d C8n convert salt water ihto fieshfor her
ine pertormance of an obvious dutv bv bersonal FttSSC"8c,s B5;my PB requireo.
considerations. All well-disposed pef&ons now mam saloon is about 50 feet long,
6ee the; matter in its true light: all feel! that ih I and in the narrowest Dart between the side
obligations which public law imposes oacivilized berths is nearly twenty in breadth ; a flood
t TA 1 JePU0,,can gpyernmenta of light is thrown into it from above, and
? 1iS TlJ!"1' "e for a mo- lhe floor ts covered with Inil clotb, above
hf perslstediV, -nch soft carding of, a be.W
we. it affords me pleasure to learn? Ithat! the u Ul CCVP .,;wu,e iael B,ae? are orna"
" ' a - " ' a1' I m m
on a peculiar Kina oi canvass, wnico cives
.L .1. . . ' ' ' ml Y t
toem tne HDnearinrA ni ;npM!n.vnrir in
oeeit savea irom a great calamity by us adopuon. i worsted. The ladies saloon is also fitted
ttis source having, as I hope, passed a wa iK
.asperities of the moment inaareatderehaln
wecu uajcu, iuu a upijurmpuy tor coo reflec
tion afforded, we may, I am sure Mint itK
confidence u poll a vigilant so noon b4! ihniti.
4 m mm t mm, mm. m ; 5 -
Vi yuacipies oi laternatlonal
UOClOr r LEAS ANT HENDERSON, the treaty referred to, on which no Indian ever
" '1 ' v i vlwU W I has Jived, to his knowledge s and where there fs
no mark of field or house t and' on which he
does not believe any Indian had: lived -for fifty
years. And these -floats were laid' on land on
which men were actually settled, bo had before
(jtlThe Ed t TO RIAL OFFICE 1 ey heard of the location of said floats, gone to
nP 4l,V Wt. JU t Oolombos to boy these lands; at the public sales.
"4 ,vt uwuniiiu ta icuiuruu i e t r.. j-t :
T io w n m I a 1 11 c 1 . heard D -W Wright caw ? iii Kimulf
m-B WW KM J mj . BM k. I " ' - - - ' WW1W S..W.W- -..WMV..
v iaur,Buo air. xoung, ana someoiner persons, i .uaucasier, mat i.c
were a compaoy lor tne uotaininor' ot Indian nlnnftK nnto n
elTKTlNG I CI:U unuer me i4n ruqit oi tne ireaij oi
j ... i. I I t . I'M ... II .LL:i Li L 1 .1
i sm ? "; . 1 uucmg tvaoou creeK oaia tvngoi lunner
UFFICEllS IU tni3 yard OI tlie stated, the he believed that a large sum of mon-
- - UK rn.v
We are ir.furr !
Extra -Standard's :
received an cJiitlon
cautioned and war:
their folly and i
with Mr. fisher's -such
is their fcpat
they cannot 03 rrstr '
thought he! could fr
ward fondness for K
the Standard lias I
tino?s to pranca tl
his graceless her -'
Ve have allalor .:
Van Buren is the I
of the nation, but
tour through IV r
New York, we had :
the effrontery to av
are the only cbjrct? t
the only persons in "
see: The only rr:
be glad to see hirn.
QUALIFICATION j OF A REPRE8EN-
: -WiiVEmr congress. . t; -
Tbe.eensefees aud t nrenerous clamor which
some of Mr. Fisher a riehda have endeavored to
raise pgatost Dr. Henderson, because. be doesnot
own t freehold ia the district, is eaaily put to
rest by the followmg ejttiiet, irom the Constitu
tion of the United Stktes.' J - - ; ...
-I i ! ARTICIiE MSeotioit 11.
y could be made by the-operation J and that he
believed the ladians were entitled to have loca
ted for them new land, in lieu of the lands on
which they resided at the time of the treaty.'
Said Wright also stated, that he bad had a vie w
to the obtaining of Indian claims of this charac
ter ever since the treaty. 1 heard said Wright
speak of a Mr. Johnston, who is said to be en
gaged in obtaining claims of the Indians, under
this article of the treaty, in no very favorable
terms. I heard said Wright further state ,if there
were any fraudulent claims own by him and the
company with whom be was connected he would
be glad the same were exposed. '
I heard a man who called himself Fifher.
What hej means by t
it is evident that he ;
' No person shall be a RepreeentatiTe who
'shall nut have attii tied to the age bf twenty- say, at Cofombos, in November last, that If the
" re years, and been seven years a citizen of settlers then residing on the lands located for the
' the United States, and1 who shall not, when Indians would agree'not jto oppose the con
"elected, be an in habitant of that State in which firmation of the titles to the landj located for the
be shall be choseo.M Indians, they, the company! would bind them-
Every citizen off the United States, who can I selves to sell and convey jto the settlers one
KrinJhimftkif hnderth'e aWenroriaione is enti- haaerlioQ of land, to include their im
Breadth within the
c, I '. :
Breadth over all,
Depth of hold,
Estimated weight o engines
boiler and water; ! j
Twenty days' consumption of
.. coair i ' :i :-' v f " 600 do. -
' She has two splendid engines aboard, of
250 horse power eich; the .frame work of
woicii is in a massy goinic pyie, wnue tne
working jparts for strength, beauty, and ex
cellence of fitting! are adtniiable. Each
engine'stands on aj singte plate of metal,
weighing 35 cwi ; Jfour pieces of the frarhe
work weigh! each 16 tons; the cylinntrs
weigh each 12 tons'; the diameter of the
bore 77 inches J Jhe diame;ter of the nile
in the bushes is lfj inches,! and the stike
of the engines is feet. Slje has in all four
boilers, any number of which can be nsed
at one time without the olhfjrs. The diam
eter of the paddle wheels fsj 31 feet. 6 inch
es. The float boards, which are 9 feet 6
inches long, are arranged iri three distinct
parts, pieseniinjj a resistancb of three feet
in breadth According to her depth in the
water, the revolutions of heir paddle wheels
will vary tiom 15tto 16 in a minute. She
is supplied i with Hairs patent condensers.
and thus the same water with which she fills
her boilers in the Clyde, will, with a little
auuiuuu,5erc unm ner arrival m r. x ore.
She has iron tanks between he timbers in t he
hold, capable of holding 200 tons of water,
all of which is accesabie td the pumps.and
would expect ;
probably the beauty of hei
detract s little from her ap
mm' ?fti! ml . ' m m
parent buiK. wnen down to tne depth a
fore mentiorted, wo da not thick, she will
much cxci I j appearance, a .first clasl
frigate. Start when she will, and go where
she may, sherV U:'we think, carry withher. a
buudant proofs of that: high state of perfec
tion in the construction of nautical team
fnacbinery to whichthe Clyde engineers hav
arrived, i ; Ifr ., ; . h '
tied -to serve; in Congress when elected, and
6ince it is j not, pretended that any of the above
disqualificatioos reachj Dr. H.the sum of the ob
iActidc is. thai he is hot rich.l What he miohl
have been,; if he bad donef less for charity,
and I gone more for lucre, it boots not to conjee-
We learn that i :
where this act is ur;
are at work, t.;J
of the measure en t'
sorry that North Cr.r
men of human kin i ;
cal advancement Ly
known that the n.e
.j - -
Legislature ly a f
Commoos, it wasc j
parties that there is
question there r
agaisst jit. In the I
the least, refercne:
the&erteiida ofigu :.
inglorious triumph tl
4ure. It will noudo
Republican' to insist
wealthy! ; ' '
We have been1 furnished with the
or the friends of a " born
that bfilce is only for the
lie. j If any one di$pu
extracts we are ready
nmhgtont (DeL) June 22. 1839
F B IHE undersigned , Administratrix of the E
Ja. late of JlheTf late Hfztkiah. Nile8, former
editor of the rlrgister, begs leave to inform the
Public that thereiare yet to be disposed - of, on
reasonable termsia few tqll nets of Niles's Re
gister, from the commencement to vol ome fifty,
inclusive, with all the supplements and general
index, all complete, comprising a period f
twenty foe jeaiis. together with a numberrdf
sets including jhe second pi third end foaulr se
ries, from September, 187, to September,
with sundry oddjvolumesi to complete the sets
iof ibose who maj have been or are now snbsorf
oers 10 lae.wNKi one wouja jisoof; mTv hi
state, that, yielding to the imperious ntcea'dy
which exists for o doing the has placed kfl
a 1 . . .1 . . - i'
all the books of the concern being in htsprssl
ion, ana 10 wnqm application can oe maue ior:
sets or partsjof jset s of th a foresaid work. -
1 he undersigned hopes thatshe is not pre
suming too much in asking the kind and liberal
public pressor the United Mates : to give the
exists for o doing, she has placed tjl "e ; Knows ot 1
due itbe deceased! iakhe hands of Philip knowledge. Jo
t, of the city of Baltimore, with a viefc' o one-half of 1!
ng the same collected and cLosed by him. nme lhe Ind
1 . .
ing official testimony accompaning the resolu
tions sent by the Leg islature' of Mississippi to
Congress, and printed by brder of that body: with
a request; jhat they be published. Hw far Mr.
Fisher is jnsiified in Ms assaults upon the char,
acter of Senator Black; wd: leave to the pub
tes the correctness of these
and willing to produce the
Congressional, Document from which ji is taken
.1 wKAnovav ollArl rn I F . i'- ' : 1
yt -wi hmM aV" " F '.
i ! Ml 1- i'
t estimony taKcn oejere lhe select committee on
the part of the touse o: whom teas refer'
red the examination of the frauds charged to
have been committed undr the fourteenth or
, tide of the treaty of Dancing Babbit creek.
Compared 30th Janiary, 1839, in the clerk's
J ; :M ! i 'ffice. !
Captain John WatU,a citizen of (hi county of
i , in this Stt te, being duly sworn in- ;
j i fieers, on atH, as follows :
Qrtestion t. Do yt a knowof the existence of
any company for the purpose; of securing Indian
claims?; i" " 1 . .
Answer iJohn Johnson told me that "he and
Wley Davis were concerned; and said Davis
afterwards asked me where John Johnson was:
- I "i ms ' "i " m m .
he knows of no other company ot his own
hit Joli nmn showed btm a title
he! lands to secure claim in the
ians.iand. he, at the same timer
showed him a power of attorney to do as he
pleased with the other half :: to sell, or dispose
provement; at one dollar and twenty five cents
per acre, and the balance of the section at three
dollars per acre, and that ! they, the company
would not require any pay of the settlers ontil
the titles were perfected. Said Fisher also
stated that he had no doubt, if the compaoy
were let alone, they would be able to get ti
ties 10 land for the Indians that had removed in
the country, whether they had- been registered j good Van Buren r
or not : and that he did not; believe that any oth-1 r . t- "
or oirrniflfl5i-n of Snlaniinn nn iKo norf r( I Vi a I ' '
Indians, to become citizens, would be required,
more than proof of their being in the country at
that time. j I ip
I heard D H Morgan say, ithat he believed a
great many Indians had gone west of the Mis
sissippi in ignorauce of their rights under the
treaty; and that he believed a company, -who
were engaged in buying Indian claims, had an
agent west of the Mississippi for the purpose of
buying Indian claims, and bringing the Indians
back to the Ghoetaw nation.. Said Morgan fur
ther stated, that it was a first-rate business, ant
thai he had an interesi in some of the Choctaw
I also saw a bond from this Mr Fisher, for the
company to which he said he belonged, bidding
the company to make titles to a section of land
one quarter ai one dollar and twenty five cents
per acre, ana ine oaiance ai inree oouara per
acre, ftaid t isher stated that they, inecompa
ny, were to get one half for obtaining the lands
for the Indians'; and that he believed the lands
would cost the company about ten cents per
- a . a l
. Isaac Jones, representative from Winston
county, having been duly sworn, dsposeth and
sailh, that he knows many Indians that had left
the country, and went west of the Mississippi
river with other Indians, at the expense of the
Government, . and were gone about twelve
months, and have returned to this State with
the srunsthev received from the General Gov-
of it as he pleased
who said he was
plays, surrounded by
can be thereb drawn out, a!nd conveved by foregoing a few Insertions, with the view of ai4 PVT ?nd apparent
pipes to the different berths. But over and
above this, she has a patent still with her,
ing her to dispose of the surplus copies of the
Keg-iter, andito realize, the sums due irom
those for whoselbenefit the labors of her late bus-
He saw Hugh McDaniel,
sent for fisher, at balls
several hundred Indians,
making their marks for thernJ-on blank sheets of
y, Halting the number or
the. Indians themselves did
hand were bo zalouIv itiven. tn enable he to 1 Sfance of this I saw
sustain fnirenchildren' esrW of whom are urf lh bldj military road
ter Itecbe yeor 0 agtl t . 1 ;
i oXuuX AT IX WILES, AdmYx
Sw51i.i:-f - l . : -
not touch the pen and the 'Indians, when ihe
saw this going nn, had too interpreter. Une In
courta taken was, in your opinion, the
vraio,,uuu iub circumaiaDces 01 the ! moment.
have been pursued, aod that the country has
.1 J. I !.t ! J w .
justice, the maintenance of which
r alike in.
dispensable tn the preservation of social order
- aoo tne peace 01 tne world. In do
-does not follow that we are either 10!
tne rignt 01 opinion, to suppress a so
me spread 01 iree goverament, or ij
' ? v r tkk! vUt.aik f.m aft. , f L
who are in
up with great tasterheiott : and'splendor
wnue tne second cabin is Scarcely inferior
in accommodation,! and but little in beautv
! .:.: ! m. ; .. I' -M- . i
to me nrst. , i pe salopn furniture t$
furnished by M Boydj and the up
holstery woik by. Mrs lUurrayrbothi of
uiasgow , air tverr ot ureenock has the
m m s r k ;
worn ot tne second cabin, and all seem to
be tying with eich! in the production of ex:
ceiient and beattiful workmanship. The
berths are fitted uri with every attention to
convenience, tne lamns are of a oatent
kind, which can either be used with-oil of
with wax candles, and move on a universal
joint which keep ihe light; erect, however
1 2.-; I m - -mm - J-
tne vessel might Ptcb and, roll. There are
104 beds fitted Bp aft, and 108 forward, with
room for 6Q orpOjmore if reqoired. The
ateward's room is fitted nnlih almost v.
f- ji ... ..-.1 . i ....! I - 1 T. M -ri 1 t--;
.uf-copiea irom the New York papers er7 convemenceUhd affords a passage for
i speech delivered bv the PrKi.tiUt .u. rnnvevintr iK AuJim. r ..ii. .l:
. . ..; ti. . . -. vi lus J r uiiiuci iiuiu iiuDpaiiei m ina
unuea jsiaies at isew Ifoikun biatir. 1 inin.l g Uk' . L- 5,. 'A F -
there. Tte restriction of his aeknntiii-r: 711 ! I ITl .Vut pmpaing or oe-
to k Democratic Jirunds Would inW!w Pengers. I
Cfpii n to the usual good taste and! coorte ltdV 1 ?5 rW8l' appearsh of a very
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at Garland's old stand, on
John Johnson told him,
four or five weeks since, that, he had located two
hundred or two hundred and fifty sections of
land under claims of this character ; and that be
had, out of tbisj lapd, sold one hundred and
fifty thousand dolla.rs (worth of claims ; and
lhat he was then onl his wy to Washington
city, to gt his clajas confirmed by Congress.
Showed him a book, on -which he had marked
the 'numbers of the lands be bad located ;. that
he had located this l tnd;undr the 14th article
of 1 he j treaty of Dai cmg Rabbit creek, part of
which was in Sharke y'a eurvey , and part in Ho
ney Island j and he stated that he expected to
clear six hundred lh a sand dollars by the opeia
tion ;and it is a common report, before this.that
Johnson is insolveni i Johnson further told him
thai he expected Congress to grant those claims,
because the' Government had through their a
geni, defrauded the Indians by the refusal ot the
agent to register tbejr names; threw away their
sticks; and told them damn them, he would not
register their names k and that they ought to go
over the Mississippi!: and that four or five naves
1 ne amuy uj er aqq ocourer, being a on-? 1 o(ttbe register-were torii odt, This deponent
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, good faith laboring for their establkHraimt
: Allow me, gentlemen, once more io jtbank yoo
for the highly gratifyintr manner in hu
have been pleased to welcome my lettjWto my na
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and tj assure yoo that your kindnU ;n ml
a !... 1 1 . " - '. -pn.- iw
plete art of Dyeing and, Cleaning every article
of Dressy f urnitore, Bonnets, eat hers, fyc.
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eroment ; Mr. r icher told him he was locating
agent for the Indians, and was among the Indi
ans above alludod to ; that be knows that there
were many sections reserved from sale in Win
sion county, by virtue of having been floated on
by the Indian 'claims ; that no Indian ever lived
on any of these sections, within his knowledge
or belief. 1 " .
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Stephen Cocke, the senator from , the county
of Monroe, being before the committee, states,
on oath, that as to the justice . or injustice of the
Indian claims referred to in the preamble and
resolutions above, of his own knowledge he
knows nothing. But from report and the state
ments of others, he believes many and great
frauds have been attempted to be practised in
relation to them. Being requested to6tate what
he may know of persons who are interested in
the confirmation of the Indian Claims, he stales
that during the land sales at Columbus. in No
vember 1835, Charles Fisber of North Carolina,
was before George W. Martin, the locating a
gent for the Choctaws, obtaining from him cer
tificates of locations of lands for Indians, under
the order of the Pref.identA of the ISth October,
1834 $ that he learned from the said Charles
Fisher that he was engaged with a company 00
the s Object of urging the claims of the Indians
before Congress ; that the company had obtain-
at fn I Via imnnnl nf (finnl ttmn itinns.nl inne I t-Selia t-tva tn I
that the company wis lo have one-half of the cerns mvself, 1
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iano 11 tney succeeoea, lor tneir trouDie ; mat
the company consisted of the said Chas. Fisher,
Daniel W Wright! William W. Gwion, Alex
ander F. Young, (Ijthink Wiley P.Davis, and
a M r. Porter, of Tennessee.) The . a tatemen ts
made by Colonel Fisher were that the Indians
were to have one thousand sections, himself five
m ' a m mm m m - 1 . a
hondred. and Jud?e Wright. JJuctor uwinn. 1 na that the ccc
Mr Vniinir nA nthtotm er. trt hits lha ra 1 ..!... .,! f
of my acquaint!
from Mr Chailcz I
the 10th Colore
ject of the addrr
the People, that I
fair and honorrli
the Choctaw r.S.
Mr Editor, 1 do
all the voters in t!
read this addrc?:, :
viously conviitcr J i
duct towards the I
be alt sufficient to c
ing can! be plainer,
ted culpably in Ik
in which he bts t
were nd facts to i
in good faith tov.nr
dresa wouldT be all
Mr .Fisher lis .
that be has acted f
matter, and that !
ted false! reports r
ly failed to prove
has failed to st-'
false reports arr, t
have put in circ :!
grest pains to sL.
been lllftreated !
that he has been r
mental ip doir !
labours very li3r!
prove that the Ir
leaves it for the 5
sion from that f. '
wards the Indian .
that he has net t
the Indians ju!ir
us he received in
es Iiave.been n i '
been made to h :
well what thej tr
ted them jn his
not do ! it woull
plain for a nonce
1 Now the char,
ibis, and he kr.r.
to bis face, and !
not stating it in
that he could r.c
has been charge
tlians for their !
ly entitled to,
get" to Contf
which is peiidi
world should li
and erery tranr.
Will lay before t;
of facts, all cf t
aod leave it to t!
elusions.' I 1 fcr
further saith, that he asked Johnson how he & mming five hondred sections but I think there
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risber got along together, taking names.amoog
the same Indians, aqd be, Johnson, replied that
Indian names were difficult to be spelt, and that
by selling them differently one Indian would
be entitled to two reservations; and he father
more, stated that be had more names than there
vera Indiana, i v i i
James EUis, d mtmher hf the Legislature, from
im courtly 0 fsashova, being duty sworn,
annocrt on oafA .
were other small interests, to be taken out of the
whole for persons who bad examined lands and
made Indian contracts ; of the fire hundred
sections claimed by Colonel Fisher,' he proposed
to sell me and others two! hundred and fifty sec
lions. But we disagreeing on the subject of the
guaranties and themoont of claims that be
should be bound 10 make good, and the like, we
did not consummate any agreement
That be folly corroborates the statements made
We invit all those who wish to get. cheap I by Captain James Watts, with the additional
M 'mn Inran in ka - . I
- jli a ait lt diDti au u as iiiiri m m mm. mmm ilk :. . a mm-m
Books, Foar cisH, to call at the North Carolina
Book store where we shall be oleased to seerour
friends ai all. times' r I V K ' V" " ' '"
vf-" i;f:!;l S TURNER &. HUGHES.
tRaleisW joty 6, 1 8551 ;
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. THE RAL1EGH STAR.
We are happy to greet our old friend the Star
FOfl SALE ATTUIS OFflCB
statement that he knew some of the Indians who
weot west ofth e Mississippi; who have einee re
turned, of been brought j back, end w hose names
are; among those how presented as having a right
io reservations. 1 i deponent luriber atatp.
thalt Hogh McDanipl, wbo jwas engaged in ta
king these claims, stated that when the General
door open to fjaud, it was no
Government left the;
. ... . . " .
in a new drew, it has come to us several weeKs
past, also, with marks of greater industry and
ability upon its fare: though it has never been
otherwise, than respectable in these . particulars.
We hone lhat this, our ancient and sterling ally I to get their c.
. w 1 r . a-
In the fight for sound principles,may be commen- remember r " i -surately
rewarded. ; -y amaUcrcftc:
statement cf f:r.
failed to gi?e, a:.
Isiit tiaa riff n i v
address is to f re
duct towards t!.
honorable find j
tempt to prow i
ing that the
no one derm,
This is net t! ?
ans are cntttk d t
Fisher acted in
diaus, when 1
their lands,; t
per acre, cui
. lo ctiMos, if u had not beenj it a manner e vessel, andts ornamented with a steaaj
furerJ upon him by the obtrusion upon. him by bip surrounded by the designation of the
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