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f. TYnr i mi e Annum in
fC tini'" itrtfd at, $1 if' We fof the first
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1; OCEAN GRAVE J
' J.i L'u''.J.i': .
, f not'from trir jlci for me
i etcJ ofthe ttlley, nor Hver my bredst
? W"VV no nr in oe presi,-
iVNry.m Jow in the Ma
Y,W f'i!0 !n the ft thinness deep,
die waters be my Wub ;
rfttvi liic wlnd-jifjj sluVk,Klii!e the vf
'r I aJiiifiKrm, waves, I will ch
a th tavca of fny coralniorne
banr nie Jar 'neatn utc Bltrmy wavej
ji-f th? Wrmnids -watch tdVr my rest
rtirdwf with tberrj in i grmlit cale.j
uVf- atrrfty pinions ho tiiorr hall rive
In a his way-warnj wearyj bream.
I n$' "ink. fneath the 4a, wlwn the mojnn pale ray
ft, Rlancejt along tjhVWajj4 (
find js amilijng on' those wM far away
lii thriir lii4t hotnelheB wi r '.
jkiVt tftf aitiW to ''iViVirjrf gW'- 1
lUt rtTeV sink to i
jtCTED OR THE CAtnot j.tAj WATCir.A. '
FroW Ae Homl Mlssionnrv
Ecmrwt, Amrricaii prosperity and
Whit arc ;thr Iprrinr
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Editors 5f proprietors.
Keep i a chectc utoh all voua
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NUMBER . 40, QP VOLUME
mm series, .'
SALISBURY, C. jEMl-Ail JANUARY" 301846:
conucnccciypu'rrtust livifi where thcrti is
no system of common schools, ris in yufr
own coulitr' -tHi applies especially
Enjrland-pand no colleges accessible 1 tp
all the people hut only to cerjain privi
leged daises; and no hroad open field df
enterpris yhere talents of cFery grade
and ever calling may find fre scope an&
full mplymcnt. To. myfrierids, the pri
vileges hfrej adverted to, are no where! o
ffenerallvl ahchso nerfeetlv eninvpd n i
our land, this is the home oil 'lihertyt-i-Here
is enjoyed freedom of j$ought rtnjd
action, jlere the mind has room and mo
tive for expansion and activity.!' Hjre I Vie
. 5 . . ' I 1-
Similar to this, is the language of Rev.
Mr. Mitchell : j ; j
"Our g-rr work, 'I had almost said our
one work that to which God calls us a
bove every other is, to cultivate pur oicn
vineyard. i : .
This we have to do in view of the ex
isting millions of our actual' population,
ana oi amnnumerame poster tty a great
and pressing work, the greatest to be done;
on. earth, were we to' stop at this view oil
the matter. - ! !
But we have more than our own to pro
vide lor. Europe is'casting her myriads
upon us. lney are coming m countless
rthe dissolution lift!. e C:;.-m.. .
and theY interposilioii'of a .rival, a
respects a more EuitaJ!;tf acr.cv-
assured tbat his own pu:Rt;iiO ir,
impeding ibe ineasurf, miy pcr!..i;'.s .-;.!
dir it the first of a iies ill less t l.i
lie "may K-el in his present (if nt Ij y. ih W 1
his lair) colleagrie., h xv l?!inly t " -v
the statesmen and th policy uiil !. -', :
augtjrale in llire.t'aaf Ifhe Ira hot lc I
to solicit the Lotds in Indialf f Lis fik
will, nevertfielesJS nut escape tlie stt!l t.i .
duiiu task f ntndticun his'Kttle arht cs
cal Intoji aaint the close and sorrifJ
at the expense of the Vhig leaders'- or From &e Caltim re San of. January 19
his own! And Mr.Hoke" made a brief FOUR DA'S LATER FROM EUROPE. !
in fciion. inererwas noi an oniior oneneu i . . i .
of unanimous Kiijtle. headed I iiivete r: : 1
Mtist gratitini. is ilhrt 's,Mrare vi h h !,
The-v are. uai
field of honorable industry and enterprise i numbers. with characters as unformed,
is open tq all ; the means of knowledile I habits as unsuited to us. as' lbrnnTh thpv
and relis-ioh are Widely diflfused amotlg came lrom another planet. And this is to J are qoalificationsi ! It is always necessa
the people i and rarely indeed! especially j have, no end. Emieration-tremendous I rY tnjit smc traits' 'of this description
his mouth without saying a first ; rate
speeqh.H i ' .; j i j I
Thje' Standard: says to tiis unterrified'
friends, that, in Green V. Caldwell." we
ha vela leader suited to the crisis. Who
disputes it? Every party leader, in our
recollection, whethertaken up from choice
or frm necessity, was exjactly ; suited to
the crisis! t i.
The Standard further sav$ M as was
are aiiie to ii.t, m nir IiumuU, hh, i '
standing ihoc difTjciitjies vlicl renuen !
solution of the Cabinet iinaviid.ib!t, t;
a ' 0 f ( - ' - . ft ft " t J a
&xcilem$nt in EnglaiuL Farihe l'i 0- , ,,,,f n,p ngiiesir danger tt tnv w ta.-n i
1 n l . . I rir. ' 1 "he whole cf Ihf Cahiuel I fine v,
calJtemituhon in Grfftl Bntnw.-.Uni- had,. of ersimal lostility among i
islcrial Crisis. Adcance in American iVrs, or any ditTeren e 4f sentiuieut ir
Cottoiu-fStatevf the Corn Market, H'r l,,v ,e'ce,t ?l'n Xhe ,m u
j, I j i fxal,or rather mm il.ration,oflhe com !
'Cm ' j ' Uon this questunt x, tLc diiTrrenc i r
The Liberty, sailed from Liverpool on Irss than has ben si pnsed. litis we I
thp mth iilt.nndhrinTcUanrstntriMrr!ntf 1 ' that Sir RoIhuI Peel has eten injir 1
...p,.. r - .. it.- f . i i
on a conMoersoie relaxation 01 iuc ia s 11
ni flippy r-iCprnmunitv
yalthjclimatej.a prpdijctive- So I, a; ho
fneous' poptilationj j free, ips-i
fcuiiUaws, (he means of generti
fin, and.a pure rcltgtori. : Aow point me
fiyou can, tb'nny couijitry onlthe glohe;
tVrej.thesqcist 'in .; koJ great jprfection
tfinKd hnppyrc)mbinaon, s jnjthis land
ourTltcritagip.? 1 know; of no jstich coun
:y mysel ; and after all the menns of ob
frvafion I lava enjoyed, I have a deeper
florcssioiVtlian ever, that no tcountrv is
bc fpumr, on. tire laqo of tho barth, I
iaoV indec thai ALLlgood thipds are not
enjoyed in ntiy one country ; theV are not
fnjoyed in oqrJo;yn. , But tfieyj ekist here,
IbcUeve, iulgreater abundance hnd per
Hipntnanjahy where 'else inf tile world.
Survey our natural! fesourcesl If 'the
rorld now lav vacant, and " all before n
vkrp ; to cllocb vvhat; of the Elobe. of
f . J ! i' l i. P . l '
rquai exienr, ypuia you preler t6 the li
niteil Stntds Our tcrritorv is lof rrrprif
extent, chpa)hsj.df jsustAtninin d .popula
tion seycrati(umcs as large as that ol all
Eorone; ami yqt without. being trowdc-d
Hgethcr a? they often pre there, n dense,
ovcrdwnt''jfcscrtrtg masses. There is
irpplc room pur country foi the indus
try, cpte.r'pri$c and thrift of our snrcadinir
tpjpuation. j In the olu world, multitudes
vp pnrmproyed ; tln-re! is no field spread
it to call pprth thcir . energies ; either
vJWeU a want of territory, or a want of
fnawjragcment'for indltsfry an.l effort ;
ind idfenes poverty, find mend.'.cify ar'e
:hcconfju$ncts; and.with tlicsivdi'con
tmts, crimcf,;and frequent- revol s. jle.rie
w know bqt little of these evils. Indus
try fvntls fenily enipl(yjnirnt and ampfe re
uarvt; aiid ."intelligent 'enterprise x bound
Vvifiild forj activity afnd efl'ort. i j
If we UnWi, abroad oyy r the vas territo
ry errib raced iiiotir country, we fin(e ve
ry variety of climate. i)il and production
m -for pleaHntness, rtility and abund-
aftCPr'tlOt Stl massed lit ailV eoi ntrv on
fanh.-Odor(e;r.js wjashed by ihcbroHd
Ailantic, nijd indented by innn nerable
bayi and harbors,, studded with hundreds
vijpuij; cii,iji-s iinu towns ; wnue our ui
t.is inteected by1 vast navig able rj
Wand laljes, which.; "or extent, are lijje
jai. , And jthus our vvhole coun ry, cm
bosoming ttQurces inlncnse, am as yet
but partially; employee), and spreading o-
ver a surla.ee of aboiit. two mi lions of
: uarc rnilo:, furnishek as'D Toque vilile
j bs wrlUiid, the. most magnificent dwj 11-
plaite' fur. irKm-Uiat'is' to' be fiund on
-f . ta globe, - - r. . ;
.-r position In refejrtnco to ol her na
.i 4 jions, is otte'reat ai d very distinguisb
i l , insadvatrtga Kemdyed at, a distance
I j frynr the iriVolvetl, ie-aipus, expensive, and
iioiui uv:u ...policy, oi. tne . j.Liropean
Hates, Ave. are Ieft,; unchocked aid unre
ar;iinrd, to pursue ouj'jbwn sy.ste ti of go
yernnient, o mature and perfect our own
Jjitijutiohjt,: and , work out ou r (h st iny.
IwMhreemnitedvcoiitinents of the old
.orld da not contain a single spot where
vjy grantl cheme of human improvement,
lilie that nvhich is going forward in this
"Countn could be aitemntcd .Willi anv
.-rrospect-of success; because thetc is no i
rQaic uyn mrcign nuenerence. livery
torernmcnt in iEuronc and in Asi i wateb-
;j . is Avjth a calovs eyeljtho' movements of
? VW other,:gpvcrnmqnt ; and -white the
j ller stMe arc continually thwarted
- wii.iA un in uieir poiicv uv ne in-
in this part;- of ouricountry, is jan individ
ual to be jbund who cannot read and write,
and thus Ihve. access to the multiplied
sources of information around him. ' I
free, ipdlitutionsj We are hertrammelled with no here-
I educa-i 1 ditary, presfcritivetime-halloWed abusds.
as the fact is for us -will continue, and
will increase, till this land, as populous as
those, affords no room tor more. This is
as certain as that the wavtesof the Atlan
tic will continue to toll in upon our shore;
or as that a channel opened from one wra
I he news. wrneh'We nave thus receiv- . C . .
most happily observedfin Convention, he ! v . r . . . t nfmnrtk ,,on' frt 1x1 acr.-npaii tmwever, ny ;i
2. ed. is of the highest importanceof more IM.at on to i he aA cultural inteivst
possesses in a pre-emineni uegree two s . , r . i . , ; 7ir . .
in the lastlten years. ! is nnmore nor : "dquate. butampV. .1
. .,5 t. r i T1 i I hut conirns-'4tio this . is we arc ni t
fi , Id
traits of And rey Jackson." Now, these
We havd no arrogant nobility ; no entail-j ter to another will bot cease to flow till
ments; i9 hereditary law-makers; nods-, the two are at a level. There is no storH
tablishe(L church ; ;no privileged class bf ing this: we must meet it as we can : wq
. C II . ' i : -i . i
clergy or, dity ; in fine, none jof the feb
dalism o.by-gone, barbarous iages. The
world has not outlived the genius of our
institutiops as it has in Europe. The tra
ditions and usages of the dark ages hxfld
mighty sway in thqold world. There, so
ciety, in regard to its structure and ma
chinery, is extremely complicated; "bf
various dates," like a house patched a6d
altered a sundry timejs, but
oughly remodeled ox rebuilt,
so as to.
adapted to the genius and progress of lm-
provememV In our country,! the case
entirely different. The frame of our go
vernment is simple; It, did not grow, up
from tradition ; it is not the' product jof
feudalisnj or of the dark ages. It Was
formed by intelligent, far-reaching, patri
otic men, chosen for the purjpose by the
people, apd acting; for the people in She
whole process of their deliberations dnd
decisions.1 i j
The eyes of the world are upon us. "We
arc as a jjiy set upon a hill.! Other ra
tions behold and wonder and imitntVL
I lie influence ofouir
felt to tlui
it will rabidly tvake up a spirit of rejorm
among all nations, and hasten'on the reign
of universal freedom, and justice and right.
Never did the desire for the growmg.prbs
pcrity of my count iry beat so strong in iny
bosom asi hen 1 wjas travellibg in foreign
lands. There I saw and felt! by conti?tst
the yaltieiqf free inwiitutionsjand w bles
sings of a pure, unfettered christianityi
must forestall and! neutralize: its natural
consequences, or must sutler; them.
And this foreign, influx so dangerous in
itself, is. followed with the-schemes'and
agents of that religion, and ; with the. in
struments of those despotisms, which
would rejoice in nothing so much as in
our subversion. How great: therefore is
the demand tor all our wisdom, all our
zeal, all our means, in sustaining the civil
and moral interests of our country for its
own sake ! i ! ;
But our obligations do not reacn their
limits here. They look beyond the water.
What we do at home, we do for Europe,
and in Europe. I had heard of our influ
ence on the Old World ; I had no ideal of
the reality and greatness of that influence
till it was forced upon me there. It is tre
mendous ; it pervades and i agitates all
minds, from the throne down tb the popu
lace, or rather from the populace up to the
throne ; and if ever we are; embroiled in
actual hostilities with those governments,
it will not be commercial interests that
be di$covered in every Democratic candi
date. None but a reputed sucker of the
old Hickory stump can come under Dem
ocratic cultivation. And the beauty of it
is, vo'ur shrewd leaders may convince the
unterrified'lhat ven a polk-stalk is a gen
uine hickory sapling ! The Standard has
rather missed hi& object, by. ljot discover
ing Mr; Caldwell to be in possession of all
the traits of Andrew Jackson.
Again 44 He comes, from old Mecklen-
burgj the birth-place of Jackson and Polk
to ini!s. I events, however, have i
ana the organization oj a new Laoinct oy that it was not c.HiWedtwitri.dent l.tt!
Lord Johnl Russell. : ' Cabinet, and we imift. at preHMi! ar .
The announcement of the important ; 'h-dissentient, SA tnhW.li Uceriai
. , , ?tt A i c . ' ir Koliert Peel will iip;tirt ,tn measor
fact rmportanto the United States, ma! iH,n anv heAms than tho.e ,f
commercial point of view, as Well, per- ,. considers an adequate compensation
chance, iti a political aspect, itbrcw the agriculturist ; thatiunless ihe ucw Mi
whole Eg.!sh pubHc l,o a sli.c o. ,he mXte'',
greatest excitement, i ! ; ,-,ve majority of morej than one hundn'i!
Its effect was tremendous. minished by a single uU and Ttdut'-K
In addition to this, land as a; necessary i doubt, by many honj4t Whi-s. Even i
nave recurse io a Qitmiium, iu- ui
r...i.:iu; p .u ifn.n a : i Ti-i:i..J. 1 lk r...l. o-- it
LwulV-It oi llie I OIKS IJ anu Ol i mericuu j cowscouvHur, i a.nu urnt uau utr.. .u.mcr yM j L t , W, ; mt thev in
nuervy-iue, - oornei s est. oi iuc ; prorogued, as me loliowing extnoits : ; more than fifly ceats to replace litem
Revolution : and. to use the striking lan
guage pf Burton Craige, Esquire, we trust
rhe Vill sting "Vhiggery ttfdeath." Here
is -a (egree'of enlightening about the birth
placeT of Jackson,! But it is both lawful
and expediv "tojput in as much Jackson
as, ppssable on such occasions. If Mr.
r isner nau oeert me nominee, jacKson
would no doubt Have been born in Rowan
just by way of accommodation.
, We apprehend that the trust" of the
Standard and of jBurion CraigeEsquire,
in the stinging powers of Mr. Caldwell is
not well founded. As poison Democrats
as we have have heretofore undertaken the
job of stinging Whiggery to death" in N.
Carolina but they didn t do it.
: In his description of the Convention our
contemporary waxes mighty. After put
ting ia-a little more of the Jackson, he
" At thp. Court nt Osborne Home' Isle of ihir r1riniis miiontv of one. and it i 1
vviorht thr. in:. rinv oi j fppmhr. isi:i. lv onnossin e taai tnv can irain uic u:i,.
r - -' - . w - i . f , , - - - ,
n resent th'e Queen's Alost Excellent Ala- tv. A gam of one lundred votes wnl
iesty in Council, It is this dayocdered by i cessary m raise mejn ioio pitsuiun inm
Her Majesty in Council; tbat the Jarfia- ; rltolert Peel's gj frniment retires, u
ment, Which stands prorogued to Tuesday, i lor Conservative prospect. . : ' ; J .
the 16th day of December inst.
The ctim law question has been the
cause of this.
The effect that this news will have up
on the relations between England and
America cannot but be of the utmost con- cabinet, comprising the Duke of We!
seauenee 1 ' 1 the Duke of Kuccleiich, SiruotKrt V
1 , :
American cotton had improved.
From tie Lonitn Sun, DccemLfr 11
The Ministry ofjSJr Robert Peel has r
. The count rr atllarse mar ba star !
a circumstance so unexpected, but sucli i
fart. Yeslerilay morning ihe, majority f
James Graham, the Karl of Alien!
Standly, Mr. GoijlUim, the Earl of
and Mr. Sidney Herbert in all,
1 twelve or thirteen (Composing the entirr
111 'I.'.. C . . 1 . . .
proceeoeu ny special train to oouiua::);
will be the occasion of it ; the true cause s.vs : ' so entire; a devotionto the cause
(however disguised) will be the character OI me: country, so ueiermineu a spirit. io
r resignation, which her Majesty was j were conveyed byj ike royal sieamor
accept. !: the Lie of Wighu J At a court held at (
tjc easily believed that ve regret this ! House they tendered their resignati. . i
nceot ouir great example of pop- of our institutions as a republican arid Pro- rescue8 the institutions and the government ,
ut.onsand free government j is tcslant p le and thcir dreaded effect bn of that country from fhe hands of profli- j
ends of the earth; and if islic- the European popular mind: gatejdnd ambitious Whig leaders," Yes
fc!? In the general, growing, Jec..e strife (government,: and wha. !
I saw too1
lidw our movements were fall
and scanned ; our virtues com
mended and our faults blazoned abroad.
It is true, my friends, the eyesj of the World
are upon Ujs. Our school system, injCpn
necticut, -js referred to, and1 commented
upon, wit hj applause, in the British i par
liament, j pur prison discipline is discuss
ed and held up for imitation in the French
Chamber -qf Deputies. Our free form? of
In the general, growing,! decisive strife
of despotism and liberty there, all parties
have their eye on us. . Every social, eve
ry moral interest, is felt and confessed to
be involved in the destiny of North Ame
rica. To sustain political land religious
freedom here, or the contrary, is to pro
mote or defeat it there. We .'ire -rxperi-menting
for the world, andiare furnishing
the data which are to settle i the convic
tions, and influence the action, and deter
mine the condition, of many nations, per
haps for centuries to come.! The percep
tion of .his the certainty of -it is to my
own mind overwhelming, i Never, never.
to any people'has God committed such in- j
terests, never on any peopje has he impos- ;
e'd such responsibilities. Dr. Hawes said
he was coming home to say to our coun- !
Whig leaders ?:uh-huh!- Moreover, saith
he. ,4;,t.he hand-writing nr on the wall, and
those letters. of doom will burn on until
those hien are"hurled, like theirgreat lead
er, into silence atid oblivion." All thiselo
quence would indicate quite a Sampsoni
an display of prowess ; but luckily for
poor; WhiggeryJ t lie favorite Weapon of
the stalwart ohli Israelite is not wielded
nowiip the samej style as in days of old
it make more noise, we admit ; but it don't
begin to produce the knock-down argu
ments which it did at Itatmathlehi.
M ' Grcciisbor'o Patriot.
government and our popular instpus , fif thc World That i my connc-
are Known anu taiKeii oi .,in Ureeee, in , t- , ; mv .rt u:nt
r, . : 1 i , ... .jk. r i ' uon, aim my neuri is swelling wnii uiu
V V..-1........-.., K..... AMI 1.IVI il.J It).
And oUr faults, our mobs, our bad i pith,
our repudiation atid slavery!, are marked
and published at Naples, in la littlerii$er
xible government paper that sheds bnly
darUness upon the people. . Let us setj .to
it then, that our great example fa.il if of,
and that 4)1 the influence enianatingrijom
it be good,'serving to cheer and to guide
the nationi to a freer and Jijippv state!
HARD LABOR! -
The Standard's editorialaccount of the
late Democratic Convention has afforded
us much i amusement, mixed up with a
feeling of commiseration, . We sympa
thize with any man who is compelled to
do so big a job with such scant y maieriul.
Let us org our country, ou wiole qofun- It is like describing a public dinner, with ! pCcuja
try, and' nt, exclusively, any one part jr in all its roasts, and stews.jand wines-4-its A I
(Kr A correspondent of the- New York
Herald," thus writes from Washington :
Here we see the proper estimate to be placed
upon; party devotion to party principles. Here
we se men rampant for a contest which may
lead t o the rupture of tho Union, because for
sootli, he war-cry, God help us, will "tickle
the ears of the groundlings." But what are the
stimulants to a war? They are numerous and
powerful. A war will give i
An apology for State repudiation.
Employment to a host of adrenturers.
Offices to a host of unrewarded expectants.
The means of innumerable speculations and
Front the London Herald, December 12. i
Sir Robert Veel's Government is at an end.
All the members of ihe Cabinet yesterday ten
It will be
r mf - i.
determination of hr Majesty's advisers; but 1 Majesty, which wig graciously aerept ;
we should much more regret their unanimous ; is a suooen anu anrvpi termination i i
termination to sacrifiee. thc industry of the , servative cabinetJ ad that, too, at ihe i
i country by; stripping it of all protection. "ent they were supposed, aid even
The important fact now announced proves c.ai.y announreu.ionave in-cotne
i ......... ..,.. .v. tv ... ..i.. :. eu organs oi liceirmoe noiicv in un nf i
llllv .lllllll.lt- M Mill" llC IHira its II(I II , r- j I .
stated thaL the. Government had decided unon ''Ma,,,12s 1 1 i
nronosinir'ttJ-'Parliatnenl, as a Cabinet e lsure. U xvre i.ul H peC'date on the can
1 ' . . i ;
the repeal of the corn laws.
From tit Loittlvn Chronicle, Dee. IX.
An official announcement, in another part of
our paper, confirms one part of the siatMitent
whit h we made yesterday, namely, that Parli
ment, instead of being .summoned" fr the (lis.
patch of business, would lie again prorogued.
The other and more iniortjnt part of mir an
nouncement is, we believe, equally correct,
The Cabinet, we are assured, resigned yetrr
dav. It is confidently said that, so far from lite
Cabinet having at any time come to a decision
to recommend the repeal of the corn law, a
large majority of his colleagues have throur.
out been opposed to JSir Robert Peel's reco.n- had often asserted he did not posjess, 1.1
mendation. ; tenal ofltce.
From the London Timet, Dee. 11.
t i i ! I ' .
uuiooKeu lor abruption ;i a ca:iu ;
whole career h.iv lien that of lr'.tir
false or assumed knrs. Cut one circs
is rather significant j -It might have I
served that ihe ihikb.oi Wellington c. ! :
teul the Cabinet Council held on .Mm
tT the return t.f Sirj Roliett Peel from ( )
House on th t d.iy. j The D ikci hrul f
his mind fr bellrr fr wor.. a i I !'.! ', : '.
iuel to take its C'jtire. It s iVo-tlv an !
during that e''entil hour bad-deei lej i i i
ing the govetuiaent. . Tltat 'decision
course, cotiveye. . the Duke of
who, prouijit fo his duty, accompanied '
ful train to O.b-irne House ItjieVignj .
From the fawdon Sun, December 11.
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Yestenlny Parliament was furl he i prorogued The Xc Ministry. Immediately i
the 3')'!i instant. The naming of so earlv refusal of the Du'ie of Wellington, ii-t 1
a day would itself imply that the Cabinet is not last, to carry out what he had agreed t
now in a State to meet Parliament. The ru- namely, to prpH; a repeal of the?, corn !
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tne House oi Lrfiru it hecamc .ap; j n
resignation of o&ce by Sir Robert V
follow. Lord Johni Russell wai rec :
to be .sent fiir. Hit
on Saturday lat
ed to h ive nt-'t
An advance of from fifty to 6ve hundred per
it I .of ne rtriH t.r roir nnn Of rv. I r f l sc nl .nntimuntc :in.l nnT nnn snppphps I li
. i i . .. j i L "k ti : .. .. - i i cenu in the once oi nrov isiods.
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not one-ol them th it can not fnnb
vemeri towards treetlomi, or ti change
toe existing state of things for a better,
6jt thousand ol bayonets at onde bristle
. .yootid theHliscontrnted territory, anl put
..j'i'?Jn-!thcr jisjiijr spirit" pf reform.
"4 ' ireMn.(HuC)n'5nt ml of watdrs oh one
U and with.no hejghboring jbower in
C ln; quartei to disturb or make ds afraid.
:"an hear, :withoqt.)ilarm, of the jeal
5e anij strifps, ah of the revolutions
JJi convulsions that fchlike the nktions of
ota world, and go !on enlarging ouri
r'cvcxtpndth our commerce, multiply
r?? k0Ur manufacturesi jan.d filling our land
the'blessi HITS of IctWiwlcde. rl!o"iriT '
. rtaje, and general hahpiness.
old WV nipny parts of the
tf rld, a more quici' and settl ed state
PUhlic4ifTair than is- enjoyed in . your
country ; bnt will, this advantage. ir
i,aotW you must taiceH despotis p in all
"'tincsJopr&sibri, and rimes ;
,.c,hurch cstablisbrKcnts with , prac
lrhlP degrees of intolerance a Vd othVr
U8p Tr;. i. r ' iL . k d A, V" V.
, r uorne gown 10 m imurcnoi
God to defend and prosper Us.k He 'it is said dinner, speeches, etcetra, are always, j
that setteth up and pluckethj ; and n flol- i of course j the best ever before eaten or!
icy or might can prevail in neglect orjcbn- j delivered.! Every thing lis super-exeel- t
tempt of htm. Let us admit no new le- lent; andithe poorchronielerhasto strain
ments of discord f and disunion, into jour , himself nearly to death, in-order to lift the
country, atid put out the old ones fastj as imagination of his reader up to a proper j
we can. Let us especially send the bless- appreciation of the thing.1 j 1 .
Ihgsof the Gospel, the means! of.'kwjw- ' l the Standard's sketchesof the speejeh
lcdge and religion throughout, the length ; es and the speakers this peculiar labor is
d. breadth of ouf laid, as the great means manifest. Where all wasin the tallest re
nour sjafety and; prosperity. j gion of sublimity, a nice idiscrimfnation j
I have said, and I repeat the remark ; was required, to keep the ? varieties of ex-
here, as7 what I firmly believe, that the ! cellehceseparate to suit each orator. j
salvation df our country is the hope of the 1 "Seldom hasMr. Henry been more forci-1
wolld. If we fail in our great experiment ! ble or eloquent than he was on this ocea- j
iif free, institutions, the s Tin dial of I time j sion. Mr. Saunders made a speech al-
will go back for centuries, and! despot ism ! together worthy ot his distinguished repu-j
and superstition will hold a grand jubilee for learning, experience and ability." ; Of
over all the World. Rut if the t .Winn t Rurton Craige, Esquire 'two must say, j
of our country is the hope bf the wofldj, it ' without desiring to. flatter him, that we
is equally true, that the christianitv of ibi ! listened to his remarks with pleasure.?-
Bible is the hope of our country. Alldth- i Mr. Yenable " entertained he Convention
er means df security and prosperity wfth- j for some tfme in his peculiarly happy and i
out this, tfcat a Bible Christianity Is the interesting, manner." Mr. SStrange's 1al- i
oriI' palladium of p free governmeot. It lusion to the battle of New Orleans was
was lor the want of this grand conferva- i a fine specimen of graceful and impress- j
tive principle, that all the republics that j ive eloquence." Mr. Ellis " touched with j
have gone before us decayed and died!. his accustomed animation and ability up- j
Let all then, who truly love their country, j upon various public questions." Mr. Bragg
who prize his their goodly heritage, and : we were more than pleased on thisjoc- j
would transmit it to those who are to lve ! casion to listen again to that honest and j
here when Ithby,are gone, see to it, that , matdy voice." He could not select among
t he topics of Mr. iNlcKae "iwiinpui aping
injustice to the youthful orator " Mr, Lan
der took, hold of the strong points, and
bandied them skilfully and forcibly.". JUr.
TIi!r . o . rtn!ant and. interesting
speaker MrSmilb. otOrangf tsDol;e
elbashe alwaysiXloes. vneeier
" elicited roars of" laughterr and applause
1 The slaughter pf many duplicate heirs to pat-
rimonfal estates. j
Thd advantages of an illimitable field of plun-
der. . :
The extraction of every dollar from theTrea-
sury I i i '
And a debt, based upon paper issues, to the
exteotUf one hundred million$y for the very first as we intimated at the first, there would un-
mors, however, which have been conlidenllv
circulated in the best informed quarters since
Monday, and circumstances which have come
to our knowledge 'since the return of the Min
isters last fnight from Osborne House, leave
scarcely any reasonable doubt that the reviving
repugnance of the Puke t. the deciiou of hi
colleague has rendered it necessary (it them
to tender their resignation to her Majesty. An
unforeseen difficulty, of course, there must have
-After so longand close a succession f coun
cils ihat difficulty could only arise from a snug
gle between thei declared intentions,! of the
chief and the prejudice or pride of some of his
colleagues. Were the Ministry certain of meet
inr Parliament, as the servants of the Crown
it would have fixed the day, and our predirtjon steps to form an Adini.i,tnition.
would have been' to the letter fulfilled, i hat
is no longer possible. Some minor changes,
I aine..enger was i .
to Couiuiin 1 his atef. : .
His arrival there
him. Sir Robert, hou .
turned last niht, withotit haiiig $! -u
John. j j
This morning L'd John Ruc!l !
lert PeeNiad an interview ufati hojr'
lion, after 'which Lrd John .Rus-II .
for Covf.i He hal an audience of h.-r
ty, and has retinWd to town this ev.'M;:
ing had full Hwes ' given hnn to f t; i
eminent. He lias sent fir Lotd 1a i
and is taking, it lis believed, all Ihw d
schedule of appropriations.
ther be not Wantimr in faithful. Derkevier
ing endeavprsj; to send the ch pstianit of
the Bible !ijit alf the Wide spread, desti
tute poftionsj of ou r land. A me rp caj . is
Qods last dispensation towards pur Avotld.
'fhis actfiased, thsc
tam'iof ttrril dropsahtS the glories of "tfr-
mi v are rcvcaieu
HOLLQW ! HOLOW !
I stood beneath a hollow tree
The blapt it hollow blew--I
thought upon the hollow world,
And all its hollow crew
I thought of all their bollowschemes.
The hollow hopes we follow,
Imagination's hollow dreams
All jiollow, hollow, hollow T
A crown.it is a hollow thing,
And hoJlow heads oft wear it ;
The hollojw title of a King,
What hollow hearts oft bear it
No hollow wiles, or honied smiles
pf ladies fair I follow ; ,
For beanty sweet, still hides deceit,
'Tiis hollow, hollow, hollow !
The hollow Tory but betrays
The hollow dupes who heed him ;
The holUw critic vends hiTraise, -
To hollow fools who fredj him ;
The hojliw friend who takes your hand
Is bait a -omnier's swallow ;
Whateef I ee is Uke this fcrte,.
AU hollow, hollow, hollow V -.-
doubtedly have been, but it is to the graver dif-
I ficulty that this new and unforeseen delay must
j be ascribed. It is said tb have been only by
i the most nuqualified expressions of opinion that
the leaders of the Cabinet gained the unwilling
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lUI7liailUUUI tV VI J J J Km I w vi v W-w a a--
From the Loniot Sun, December !
Lord John Iiussell baring un let!
task of forming a. new admiuistiati'
ceeding with al
T ; ,
on ha-,1cen sent fr, r
quickly arrive inj Loudon. .To him th i 1
office will be confided.' ' '
fjird Viirmntil.i-. fit' alt nrntirttil ' Iff. '
There can be no doubt tbat what was all j norne 0ffjce ( ' - ' :
along to be apprehended the representative- J Grpy Colonial ofTice
General of the Lords has since felt with re- j Mr jarin nVSume'the Cbance!! r
turning anxiety the weight of the numerous jlcheqaer. I tl ' 1 J I
proxies not less rashly undertaken than rashly ; jord Morp;.,U may! 'possibly go to' I:
confided to' his care. The head of an aristoc. , where hj. pfiplliirjly wu!d reudcr l.Ir .
racy demands, it may easily be imagined, a lit. ; minhe l,, rjeut.nant. ' j
! tie more lime to act as aot to resoke. It is . Cottenbkm resume the Char.
! not-, however, always possible to adjust the in- j of EnfTjand t ?J
I terests of a Cabinet, much less those of a na. i Carnbel the Chancellor of In
I tion, to the;convenience,lhe dignity, or jthe hii- TnoIIV,8 Wildejand Mr. Jen h
! mor of an-individual. An obstinacy which is Uorne V and Solicitor Generals.
: assumed with a less serious intention, may lie j jml'Minio take ihe Admiralty.
maintained a day too long, to the ruin of Uith ( gir jt,n Ioliboiet Mr. Chailes P.
j colleagues j and 1 cause. Meantime, whatever ijawe9t Slr George Grey, and Mr, Ti.
I may happen, whoever may be in the next month, rm partsoflhej gorernment. t
very few hours can pass without 'proving to the , gr c Smn'iJr and Admiral Dur.Ji,
X Glossal status is Jwing casl.by the Royal
Foundry at Jruiiich. ,hrPhe j6guie, it is said,: is;
sixty jcei ia ucigm.-- .
nation the substantial truth of our first tnomen
! tons anncaincemenf-viz. that the leaders of the
1 Cabinet were resolved uoon proposing a total
repeal of!te cnroi'lawi. I They were resolved
to the! utmost C their pojr. Tbey were re
solved to' do tlusi oir noihing to repeal the
corn-lawf or be bo minkters.. If ibe Duke seei
peril in that measure, or eels reluctance to qn.
dertake.iU ew;U have lp reaHze lhe-danger
and disagreeables on thekither side of the scale
join the Admiralty Board.
Such are the on dils ot (he day.
It is undertood ihal liefirw Lrd Jf
sell's depHiturejhe addressed conua
lo several of bis late colleagues,
whtMn. we believe, Mr. Baring. 1. up; t
in London. j . j .;
From tie Land OlQie, uectr. cr .
Whatever articles are now- iaterp:
fr the Sco ch Kirkyi suffi.
7 1 "Jihcrril and dpiiressi ve towards
B. And with these no slight in-
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