J V .' fn rw ' .lfer annum in; advance
foment. Inwrtfd al A P"V ,re -V lh fin'
flif rachlwtaett insertion:
: , ... -i
i the Forest e
pV crUBWS X. JE MERSOtf, ESQ
V ittuMjriri he reared aljdtr
fil- branched rough and wide.
u-.lred years the, storm he bravid
rCiK-'J "vng the mossy rocks,
j;im tosiru uis aim? ,
lJI!-,. . . ; it.i i. 'ii i .......
' U1H VIU tjllll, 1441 BllUi IIUWi
i ' V; M;4Hii -',i M !.
t iV mc raid spray of leaves had he
,lV.hen Sumtner was fu prime'.
hectic flush, and sickly pale, ,
C:Mn oti whh llarvtfBt-tim. ,
k r'red and shrieked when frost wind
tyvljfhrt ..armory of iceJinailed knig its,
I ; WdVii thou and spears, ivas thr-re.
BRUNER & JAMES,:H :7; J ' - ti - ftJ:.''-Kr.l C ' "cf:;. NE: SERfES; ' '. '
EJ,4. Propria '"Kct' inrr ,"S- V ! '"t?- : , NUMBE1152, OF VOLUME H.
1 flf "iw a
bowed liiin 'not. !? fjlt the
()f oKfiuie' bnogty wins!.
lktiiand snows diArtd on' his hiov
rFiom a dark any frowitiugi sky,
rt'hf'.iifavrd. it ;.uyl, Iikt a fir's
Alftl hushed as thf- storm kvent
The Commercial Capabilities of our
XJountrfTbc Tcemins West. ,
i Thjs ttame has been frrqupntlV iVen to
the VesT. but it has nevef been so fully
I realizeJjas duringjthis fall. Thej arrivHlj
! of 1,200,000 barrpjs or flour at the ! Hud-!
J s. I ' i . . . i- - ' I
son nve in two months, is but an earnest!
of thef future.; It is hardly too much to
i,i . FIRST SESSION, i i-i-
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Thursday, April I
Mr. J. C. 1NGERSOLL rose and saidj
Mr. Sneaker : I have put the few word
1 desire tosav.in writing, that there might
is useless, and Avou Id be worse thafi ns'
less, for; me; to apply epithets to Mr. AVeb
ster. II jilesire to try him, and be tried my
self hV proofs;? ! ' :L
I now oHerthe followins resolutions, to
which I presume no objection will be
madef I ask that thty may be read lor
infbrrnationj i i i 1 . -'! f 'l:
Whig party denounced Mr. Webster but
they had got together again. Mr." U. be-
lieved nerfectlv that there was corruption
in that administration unparalleled in this
country. If they could extort all the cor
respondence there Avill be proof the inost
positive and absolute; twi only.ol a! cor-
rupt use nt the money, hut that Mr. Yehf
sny that ihe. imagination can scarcely re- , be no mis-report or mistake about stliem
alize thrt fertility of the West. lichigani
alonei under an activedemand. could send
1.000,000 of barrels of flour to mirket
and yjt that State does not comprise, on
I 'would not ask the indulcetiee of the
Huse for my personal vindication, but
And no objection having been made. 'ster sanctioned .and recommended.-ryes.
the resolutions. were read as lollows : t; ' (absolutely recommended, a corrupt ise of
Resolved. Tut the Secretary of State i ihe fund. He repeated tbat he exonera
furnish this House an account of all pHV-! tPtI the; Whig "party; as a "party, from' anv
ments made, on President's certificaies I knowledge or participation in these; cor-
i' i. 1m ! i". ' t . ' ' l 1 . ' I ' ' I t "
twentietb oftbe wheat land of irl AVet tV.tmn f I U..LL 'I 'nger,t expenses ol hreign intercourse ; r cursea T,e country, was me aum.nis-
' I L . . . ....... .... - iW. : -
The amount of production is aHsolutelyi tacked, through m-v by a senator, Mr.
illimitable; It iseveii now considered e.-
. . i ... IVJ 1
V;'(iK wiUl-bird caine'al Iearlirist Spiting,.
On the, hliu a home: o tint.
.vkI he tiling ' his ifowny rrdli; oiii.
v . T rodW in the jent viid.
vind niany a hrootl of pi!iiin;ijed oie s,
i Wii) Inurtured fomJiv there. .
) tn many' a" aong was currii'd forth,
-.'.awiii ihu scenieu air. u
f :-":-' . ;f.'. 1 i i :
.Hrrr.m.anV a feathered emigrant
j. 'ui linger on his way? ;
I'. lVRn journeying to the tuniiy South,
, In Autumu h cmWy nay ; .I
fuf'fnany a dark iKitliiliion
Their : cohorts gaihered here,
ViiVds inoarfijfnl were their rul)injj songs,
M rrorh out the brum-
normmj when 2.8J0.000 barrels
camejdrtwn by the Erie canal in
son of IB 15: but thai-amount, if a markef 1 w n
of flour I inIiviluHl, l never have, spoken hqre. Ol
" ,1UU' Me. n
the. seal .,r o ..... it . -i J ' . L
in;aii i j air, i imr oiieu spowen, m.osi
ctuid oe oofaineu, would expand in hve
years -tot six millions of .barrtls, and then
the wif'stern country would just ..begin t(
. Wit Have not only more wheat
a betterj quality, within the limits of tht?
s Tt eaje, from his e.j rie home, .
i. ; ...... ........ ...v rF,Mnl F" J
r To l.Ke loftiest bouh of the giant Elm
Stretched forth to l) e yaulied skt:
And fhe fAVA learnedS on the upraised ariris
i j ;Ot' the si.-ut old H.reM kinL
already discovered in Eurone th;t Amrr
I . :
! rt I 1- i -. . i r
lcun iiour in .lives rieiier nreau I nan any
....i A. : . .1 ...:. L .L .. . ! ' r, 1
wur.i niiM'u wuu me utmost catei in lngi
liitid. Some attribute this decided sunel
riorily fo jhe clearness of our climate,
whiclj ripens and dries the berry, as it
sliould Ue ; while cMhers attributejit to the
superior wheat elements which must al
waysjextstlin more perfection, in sthe soil
of a iiev country. This may beso, bult
we rldubr whether this is the true
innj ujv;iiuii iuoives i ne. most nrecious i - t , , i i i i i i i
-i-i .. . . . " V.! . i Iromthe undannronnaled hv law throuo-h , rupftons. and concluded bv repeating that
4 Zu'l .1.: rri.r:i"lr! cy. ..ft,:,, drtm. n,r .1 c. I fh ' mos,'corrupt .I!mini,,m,ion.ha had
1111 BI1H I IIIITII. ILA ! . -. r i ;
since Itlie 4:h of March 1841, with copies ! tration'of John Tyler
-.11 ; i i TT .. Divi PV r tr. i
T...:,i T i . nf i" I i u ", riii rirs. iueiwi, icuers, voucners, '' i xu i ui ... ri-Lirniru
imri uruMi r. xji u m a-s aseniiron or i . . t i . :i. .--r i n
i - i "A memoranaums, or otner eviuence o such course n rexnarK oi nir. ijrpmgooie. i ii
payments, to whom paid, for. what, and did! not stand there as thedefender of Mr.
partioiilaily albconceraing the northeast ! Tyler's administration, though he was Mr.
boundary dtspate with Great. Britain ; al-I lvler s immediate representative. He re
so, copit's of whatever communications gretted that his colleague had made his
vereimade from the Secretary of State 1 condemnation so pointed as that hejeon
dnriug the last session of the 27th Con- j sidered himself called on to vindicate even
gressparticularly February, 1843jto Mr. I the Whigs. He knew that it was the hali
Cushlng and to Mr. Adams, members of ' l now, of members of the republica par-
the Uoinmitte, of foreign Afiairs of this ' " TO seeK all occasions, tit and unlit, to
Mouse of the vyish of the President of 'the I assail the administration' of Mr. Tyler. It
(Jfnitfd jStates ito institute a special nils- j had not always been so.;- It was not so
sion to Great Britain : itUo. copies of all ! when that administration was in power.
letters on the Books of the. Department of i I'"5 timtt Was. when, so Ibr from its being
The'lionoraVjle ;' member from 1
C. J ingeKoIlJoti the 9:h llr-: r . )
lieve.'arrayed 1 series of charges :
liriguuhrd 'senator from .laac!...
Webster, duritig the. period in
the responsibM station of Secretary f
U. States.'. Witlifnl a' few d.iy
charges bare been met ! arid denied, h '
or with what cfiect, it U not for in? t )
under thernmediate'tln'g if the ter
thaj denial was made," the honors.!.!
from PeirnsylrthiA tomes f .pvurJ
House of Reprcslentativrfar.d.dis .
he rises for'any phrposes of se'.f.vl
upon the Ibjiise'lo help'hirn in arra v i
series of charea upon entirely 2;;T r :
against the tame diiinill.ed .c
Stale. Notv, d ies not ihe ii!ii ',j? ',
sent itself, Whyfihese charges ni 1 :
were nt thizhtof lnCre T Wl v C.
sense ff public duty that sense C
or, which nm call fir an impuc'-i'
is the object, requj re that thcj i.
should be madet at some other n
when, in th heat of h!tM.lf wht-n i!.' z
is smarting linger the sense if ua.'t;: ;.
al wrong? V ' 1 v ' M '
M r. INfi ERSOLL: Became I V. 2
of them till veMday.1 " : ' f
Mr. yLSTIl!ROi .'SIrjhesc h -ir
day after an injury received are to ! e i
to with an ear a!in?t, if not" olteg j r r.
They are to be taken with many gr:!i i5 .
ihes: in(Trm:ti)iis hat are laid the
other in anothe
the common ru
ed that the gent
censure it, in ihe instance which pro
voked him ibis session with la severity
which 1 acknowledge justifies -e!ort. '
All I rise now to do, is to ask the House
to indulge me with a word of explanation
of some resolutions, to which, jl suppose,
there can hardly be objection, j j
II adopted, I presume they rnaJ, be an-
UniteH States, j than there is in any other lowered by. next Monday ; and ibeji 1 shall
country in B iropen Asia, or Alrica. It is I pr l,Jrmfss'OM to speak on thi- subject;
Ti naze at Hie urilinht's iNihuiiLr eve.
p j . aim piuittP; hi lie wj, Hedged w ing.
f ' .'VI . . 1 Vtt.
l.'TWold Etfnjheard ihiet or.ealn waves
'"t la ilee-loned.HntliHirH ro4r.
Kmrhn answered iheui withrchoral vrice,
I r j: 4 tliey inojinel alopig llui shorel.
l l - fa 'pruy of the. Kreejh tsea jwet hU rdef
; hen thei jlinie itf filornis jwa.- liiirb ;
U t. sparkling lew was chanirid to brine
1 ' In 'thii n-quinoctial kyJ i
't Fhe crow liis iwiijteri station jtook.
KL?,r tin the liougli llhe?ileat,esirf tree.
iAnif be gazed with nolerou, earnesuies.",
nation i because the same principle would
render Ihe wheat of Michigan and Illinois
better than the wheat ol Western New
Une 01 them is designed) Ihrimr hftl
... . 1 o
c:ally helore this House the jtnirnal er
miiiutes of the Committee on Ffrtrflb'n Al
lans, in February, 1843. when ;the honor
able gentleman from Massachu?fetts. Mr.
Adams. was chairman of the ebnbmiitee.
Accoiding to good precedents and au
thorities, I am entitled to read these min
utes to the House, without its leave. But.
as doubts may be entertained. I prefer to
ooiaie an onjections by. obtaining Us
sanction in Ibfm. j
These minutes will prove that iMr. Se
cretary Webster made known to members
f that committee, by a written commu
nication, the President's wish for a special
to Oreat fJritain. which sneeiii
State to any officer of the United States.
or any person, in New York concerning
Alexander MqLeod. '
Resolved, That thecliairmanof the Com
mittee on Foreign Affairs of this House
submit to the House ihe journal or rnin
utes of that cqmmittee during the last ses
sioniof the 27tb Congress.
Mr. McKAY asked if Mr. I. intended
to call for an4 thing further than the Pre
sideht's orders,: or certificates.
Mr. C. J. INGEltSOLL. Yes. sir-
the object of unmitigatf d assault from the
republican party, it was courted and ca
reused, flattered and lauded, resolutions
of laudation were passed in republican
meetings and conventions1, and it was left
to the time that Mr. Tyler retired from of
fice, for gdium and contempt to be heaped
upon it. I was never particularly its
friend, but I do say that the republican
cause owes much to it
Mr. B. thought, with Mr. McKay, tha
i ,4 hi the AVM'ste of liirid audi fea.
lle i Mwed. and flapped" hU-' dusky wing,
-Vheu ihe iee-Had branches creaked :
Uni hi. evil.b.diug . Vffice Was heard,-,
U 'When the "jehipe'st mildly jshrieked.
A in! lUn th!, huiMjred yearjf passec. on,
Yet l ill ihe iliin" wii VMUog.
Ainl ilMTTnefry songier.-nettled I iere,
' And Stirling .-nnlheiiw ing
tring i"tlHjronght fop.h its emetald robe,
' It iirmenty fresh arid (neiyp
Jlsi.Uytlit geniimMj the Uembliiig folds,
I UVI.L .. i ..C ...ai-ti ttn.r A..4V
i'y idiimmeri urrieiwith pleasant
! -r:: lor. I he proud old f.irestt ebief.
ww the fin Lers soft of nearly fhowers
j Tifpiw'd light eneh 1 1 Wink liing leaf.
i vlV Aiituintt' rane with neiil-me lieail.
( I o'Sit,- mi hr sister Ihrone ;
Ami die tailired roe of ihe Klm-trpe brave,
' !Orirr' land and sea was bhiwn.
cultivated some, thirt v-tiviV years
but such notoriously is Hot. the
The wheat of Wesiern New York
is still without a rival.
I sound agriculturists, the
is regarded -as" of " no m-,an importance in
(level ling seeds to their highest perfec
tion. Tha' it must exercise a decided in-
fluencjejoo the fnrtlify of wheat, is Unques-
le. Ir. has been often remarked
if United States is not less favored
Since the fields of the latter have mission, I think, ij will suilicientlv appear.
was to sett ti' the Uregn question, by yield
ing which, Mr. Webster has lately'denied
our right to claim.
The resolution lor infonrmtiou. from the
Department of ; State, will hi'ing forth
proofs of iMr. Secretary Webster's misde
meanors in office, his fraudulenfjmisappli
cation and personal use oftbe public funds,
and corrupting party presses wiih the mo
ney appropriated by law for trie contin
gent expenses of foreign intercourse.
When discharged, Sis ho was. i loirn t he! de
partment to which he was so great a dis-
iri climate than in soil. This has led theM grjce, he was delinquent, a pullic defaul
ter, lie. did not account lor the niihlie
' the House had no right to call upon the
. Mr. McKAY. Then I cannot yote for i renl disclose the disposition whicti
it. It has alsvays been the policy! of this , en made ol the secret service fund,
goviirnmeut to place at the disposition of lhal ,Und as conlerred in this and other
the President K fund which isdenominated ! govrnment expressly for corruption, to
the secret service fund : lhar is. an annrn. ! cal1 ,mnSs by their right names a means
priatioh, annually made for theicoutin-
of conducting negotiations which the Pre-
gent expensesfof foreign intercourse, has ! fnt m!,st have ,(!r success.' Very often
been Placed ait the disposition of the Exe- , y u imu .y corrupi-
exnan mane nn n:n;.: t
branchof this Cnplt !.
es of ca tutor and flip
emin should sleep a ;r
on this hearsay; le&timonv, which , l.v
jeani ol nniy yesieniay. . ,
Mr. 1GKKSOLLm Not bcarv.
Mr. WINTUROP. The honoral,! :
jas certainly meniis of i:dfmu".ion, 1. v-r-
fornvition, not open to all. " ;
Mr. INiiEUSOLL. Not hear.v.
Mr. WINTUUOP (continuing.)
let me protest against the ii;trdiiciiHi i f
meridment f Ihe gentleman ' from L
.Mr. Boyd. The judgment of the "S .
State i$to be aiealedt on this quei'i
to be put within the discretion of the. fri
the honorable! genileinall from: Pen:,-
whether letters which may bear up t
lion, shall be suppressed under the j-rf-the
interests ojf foreign goyernir.i1:;!! ;
cenied. ' 1 say that, it this Hou.-e Ut i
a personal process ofihis kind, if u:v'. r
stigation of the gentleman from Per.: -in
a moment of passion, this House
lute a process against the character r
of a man whofu name willjive wt.cn t:
of other persons I; will not ' idesinr.'tc
prished forevef, ifeen let no hostile V.
or Secretary M otate, unueriaia io ui -; :
between papers thai arc tobc pvo.!
those'lhat are to n suppressed. Clh
evr ry letter. 'The honorable meri.l. r
letter which He galled' ff. '.Did! it ;
case ? Did i prove by letters writw o
subject from the earliest days down t
which we are now speaking ? I i t t
the administrations of the.' State 1) ; -
cutivej and a Vart of it can be applied to i !"S SP?S and infers, c!se must
secret service; And there is a law on the1 perfectly assured that their transac
statute book coeval with the formation ol t,OMS1 )vn Uc ev'r veiled Iroin sight. It
the b-overnment. whieh ntlmri,. KPt. : VOU,U le PrilUIOUS,' 1L WOUId De a OrcaCIl
- - w-vi. . i t i I a 1
t tic world the uses t
relation' to" these loreign question' !r. , i
when" Mr. Jefibrson was at its be t 1 1
Mr. Buchanan.' i i Let us see what the
secret seri-? m mey was :n the c-i'
Lt us $?c what it was in the case ! L
as well as thafin the ' mirtheastern I
If we arc to'Iiavp, anything, let; ui
wljole. I demand it nil -and in b '
-nthusinstic to term our country
de n of it he world.''
It is pot improbable that tbe-supe
of ou land for wheat, arises fr(im the
quantity of lime which is 'found infill the :
best Hieat lands in the Uiiifed States. A
limestone region is an inexhaustihleiw heat
region. In this, connection, we are remind- j
d of an incident, while travelling through
the Stfe of Michigan some years
We are the-n in one of its finest
count es walking with an old set ler,-4
lie piCKedupa iiandtullof the soil. ' Look,
said Met "at those littW grsi,j!ar substari
jWe remarked that K WaS common
! No," replied he. "thai lirnP
the more tbat land is worked, the bi
tlemeut at the Treasury Department of;of 'li. to publish to
the accounts for such portion of this con- i of tais lunt-
tingent appropriation as may be made on ! Are the resolutions-designed s:iid Mr. B., to
the certificate of the President. If the ,;l' ,ht' f-undation of ihe impeachment of ihe
gentleman, by his resolutions, intends to ' ,altiSV?,;r' ,'!,-1SI,i,t, ? ,Jf' is.",Ml A ,"ncu !
eall tor all papers that may be on tile in , v V'- , , he connirv oJh.u ihe issue. ' '
relation to this subject, the very object, i 1 al,,tal t( the RMtleman M HOLMES, f S. C,; op: i
..e.tl :!.. w.u.i.S .1....- .T.ii.r whether you can impeach an oRicer after he Is ... V'.. . r.t ' ... ...
distinguished wirator whom I am
to call my frienJJ 1 challenge t!
f Ii I, J i ...... "v.iuiii nil l ill. L'UIMIU i . l 1 '-il I t t.i- . 'JUl ll I'OICI"
tht H money he fraudulently abstracted from the j X? .bn "ipletely defeated. , AIr MrR
d' part.nent till more than a vear alter lie ' Atul it will stand as a pr.-cedent tp just.ly j cer,ilicaj,.
riority ; was expelled from it, and did not account a procpcding in all future-cases. , voucher f, ,r
lor most of it then, by paying back the mo- ! mi-:ivioul,u aumnu u mat tne
ney he abstracted, but by vouchers from ; 1rfsi JenLs certificate is -made by law a
notoriously base agents of his choice, who
jut of office ?
VY read the law showing that ihe
one of the President was a sutTich'tit
the expenditure of such part of the
secret service fund as he may think it advisable
not to specify. lie said the amount of money ex.
peiided tjom 1 821) down to 1844, w inch has been
and stirpnger it will become. Jr. will raise
receipted for it, to be expended in manag
ing party presses. Papers from the De
partment oi State, some of them signed !y
him. will reveal the mystery, of which
one of his Corrupt agents, in a letter to
him marked "private." applauds as Mr.
Webster's, new and admirable mode of
settling the Northwestern boundary ques
tion, after the forty years' blundering, hovy
ever hcnie'st and patriotic, of Washington,
the Adamses. Jefferson, Madison, Monroe.
Jackson, and Van Buren. who did not con
sider it right to expend public morieys in
corrupting the. press and the people;
' Winfers s'litl VamR. aiiil lhe fiost-k ng white,
J Hreatrjeil cold on the nakid IreeL
JWul Siiirif s.id. fpm he Nrtneri clime,
I T Ch'unrd their fearful mihsiieltoJ
i i 11m owi in 11m iiiirio. ipijnij uu,
Andiwok ihci atarvfng cfiw
' Who Mrchedvhere the hiiiiighs wjere tang.
i' . t ;s sickeninir. if not sad i-mmIov ihnfl.i
ja greiiter crop of wheat, after fivejor six man ov i;!1K abilities, as pn-posterously as
'years working, without any manunj, thati , profanely ti.v.u Godlike, should be ex
it could now. As the lime is thrown upi ; P0" . meHan(l paltry contrivances
iM, nomhin.s with the oxv-ei . and ami ' -otoriouslv bas.lH-
1 .-'-- r " - - j r r w -r- 1 I . . . . . .
1 . . . ..II' IUVS
elements in the air. and thus be
. 1 .
With wreaths of frozen snow
ai cu a ,4 1
L . L. .ii.. n'O.,,,1,
comes voii;jimi i ntun. uy-n, .--!
ver' best wheat, land of the. fa 1
- 1 11 ... t 1 .L. ...
Kirtiioms bega n,' and I t t e rl ng fel
Yrt the Lim was, brave and strw
Al if "eteriuil vonth 't alone.
r To his kingshin didlbelniig.
' M w'I ....I L:'.. ..J. .k.illi. l Am nit
- IJII9CU II I UO'I' u iu Bin.m ui" '
a chieftain's vaunting pride :
ut,lhe holstdess fxt of Death e'eii now,
Wjis fctcallng to hisiide.
A aiKxloian farnci front a.dstant isle,
: ;! O'er ihe Waveiof the iceHn blue :
J rime, with aliandfof Pilgrim lnes,
vi n WlH).e hearts weriJlbraveTand litue.
Tbeir .irnnMbig hark Was anchored fast,
n...L "j'L. n.:'i Ii .
i'??8 l)e, forest's sloping bar k,
' j. V Where lh a f ore si c,h ic tliiiii! stoid. j
Genesee valley. Lunestotie re
gions are considered better and moj-e ien-j
J during wheat landsthan the heaviest ihlapk;
JTi . 1 ... : . ... I ! I '
I tniinkJ Which is fat enough, to Use a
western expression. to grease your hoots.'
IT 1 i: . " i t r 0 '
l$ut that is the soil for the enormous cropsr-cretary's contiol over it complete.
iu palpably vile misu,-M).jij,.
money, vvfien J spoi t tie oIieni,-.-H words
of the Secretary which appear to Ve
goiided him to the madness jjenerallv be
traying the guilty, I .had no idea of the ex
tent ofJiis offence. Indeed. I have not now,
for detection has only begun since he call
ed me to it. One of his coadjutors writejs
to the Secretary of State.that he p-esume;s
the contingent fund is ample, and the Sd-
youcher for such expenditures, which
were, certainly not proper, in most instan- j settled upon ihee certili ates if lh.- President,
ces, for lublio exposure. But sir, said he. i ,he H"" w""'d b-j surprised to learn, is ihe
this resolutibn calls for proof of the abuse i s!,,:i11 :mi,"t (l $5.430.. The firstespendinne
of that fund. -1 say through you tcj this
House, that my resolution predicates a
gross abuse of lhat fund. My resolution
asserts lhat Mr. Secretary Webster has
expended through vile agents part of that
fund iii corrupting the press, in eorrupf-
the party press, and corrupting the party
sin -e 1329 was on ihe 4th August, 1842, Si. -4'JO.
and on the 29 h June, 1843. 81.009 m i
king 5 409, which is th? whole sum expended
fr this service from 1829 to 1344; all in lvo
years, (not one.) That is ihe official document.
Mr. lOYDttlered an amendment, which Mr.
IiiersofJ accepted, providing lhal no document
be divulged which would involve the citizen or
press for Ihe purpose of accomplishing the subject of any fbieign poiver. The resolution
treaty of the northeastern boundary and
.the. question for this House to decide! now
, whether, if f here, were lorry biws from
.beyond the beginning of the government,
any gentleman would prevent these pa
pers? from being brought forward. Sir.
ibis is an extraordinary case ; this i n
common casevi 1 would be the last man,
sir, (and I should have known nothing a
bourjihis, hut for my connexion wiihthe
Committee on Foreign Afiairs; and from
what I know, and have known about
was further modified, with Mr. Ingerso'l's con
sent, to make thu call on the President, and m l
on the Secretary of State.
Mr. IIAIIALSON moved the pwWoiw ques
li 11 but in co;niliance. ''' remonstrances a
gainst the jior'' ncs j in not allowing a word of
J baie hum Mr. Webster's friends, he withdrew
Mr. IIILLlARD said, he exceedingly regret
ted ihe unpleasant affairs the personal colli
sion (tr certainly every one must see lhal it was
such), which had arisen between a distinguish
ed senator, and the distinguished gentleman on
" woodman laid his! gleaming !:0
' lnhe ((nit of the icy tree,; , . i
i " as u no oie irunK, sirucK.
fall thitcrei fearfully S !
I 1 , .... ' -. . 1 '- 1 lit ! 1 . I
Kran went throngn'ine loresx wiae,
'If 1 ' j .1 . j .ti'i '
I i i " in 1 no Heu 1
. niighty crush' Went. up lo heaven,
1 ien the. forest Llin-tree led !
1 v: l)'''t :it ':l;i"-T"- -it'1 1 '
fl Makers ,6 !i
in Indian corn, such as is found in the
famed rallies of the Wabash and Scioto.
Thejjurvey of the vast commercial and
agricultural Capabilities of our wide
spread! U nion, should not so much awaken
the exUltalion ,of vanity, as that higher
and nol ler object of being worthy of ihe
rpagnificent country which our people, are
destinet to occupy with their laws, jthejr
itistituii ins. and the evidences of an irtdus
ttiousiUd happy population. Let us strive
rather lb increase in that rectitude oflcha
rjicter, uprightness of act ionand devotion
to prin :ple, which gives the hightnst tnor
al influence to the greatness and prosper
ity of a nation. omc Missionary. !
These j)apers, when made prin fed dorj-
lU ti matters) I should .be the last man 1 hjs left,--Mr. C. J, Ing-rsoll whom he took ihe
to inlerfero with the ordinary application libeity lo call his liiencl ; a collision, which.
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nowev r oeepiy u inignifanecl ttiese two gen--llemen
individually, must also in some measure
afreet the country, because the reputation of
each of ihem, was in some degree the properly
oi .una-.secret service monev. uut wi
state; what 1 know to be the fact, and
what 1 presume the chairman of Ke Com
mittee of Ways and Means knows to be
the fact, that from the accession of that
extraordinary man, Andrew Jackson. In
f the nation. Still this matter did not lehi-
mately and properly belong to the regular busi-
i ness oi me House. 1 neirtore he considered
i -v I . C"U 1 ; ir i
uments. will show. also, nnolicatiori 6f i uown to l,,e departure from Vash- I
r . r i. i . - . TT T. . . II ai HIT IMMI I HUH II
.v imMiiM ill All- V sill Kiiran or thri ovmr'i. .
in inwnf nnd "o1"" " . . , , , t. i ,m..- r n...l....1 r..i i i i
. in, .hi. uui irv, u uu aiiu irniiniy man
m nnt a.i I.ip. I- J J J I I J
in" the use of this fund.'
Mr. SGDDONjif Vai advoctf I i .
ed an amendment! which' Mr. Inu r
ed, confining lie nif irmation to i!. ;
Mr. Webster's continuance in t!;e ...
rctary of Staie. ' '' ". '
Mr. ADAMS yished that the II
divest iiselfofall jersonal con-;.:T
run.ider the measure in rcferenc .f
ing out or vitiating ihe constitoti.-:.
not vote for i, bec ause it ca'Icd I r i -.
of ihe manner in which a fin:dl.a-i 1
ded,' which, under ihe constiiu'iori r.-. :
hilherfi been' buried in onifund s-cr r
reijecl t which it, was always ir.
erpeiua.l secrecy. uou:u. oe i:;.;.
Tiie provi.-ioti i that a certain s-i: :i
shall hie placed at ihe disposal ! i
President of b iUnited Slate-, l",:
other s.eroiiiit ha!I ' m given than by
cale under liie hand of ihe Pie.-'
that it lias been expended for ihe j u'
and lhal. document,! when carried t '
ury. passes the account. ; il has leci ?
least intimated uy gentlemen on t : -1
the object of th! secret fund is tifrff - ,
ruption. This is. not so. Diting r'
had the boiiir of occiying that fi:!,:
a ceriiticate li.r ihe expenditure of i
propiidtin of this find, and it hirnc.i
altogeihrr inadequate to heend to !
Iilished; and" there was no more n.r;
ihe whole ofhe. transaction for v. hie!,
ny was applied, than there ii in i: r ;
iliii H'Mtse to-dayv I d not sayw!.
1.. X I..,,-., tiu.-tft .I,IaI t.m r . '
'l. A 11. 11. I Vllil fv UIIJ li.' . i
my succepsnr in that oCice nhatih
expended Cr. ijlut immediately a:"
into olHce, I mado. known lo him
ihe expenditure and h acc
.some of ihe same secret. contingent fund
to the release of McLeod ; und although
Mr. Webster is rej)orled to; have! said in
ihe Senate, that; there was only bne let
ter on that subject, three in one and the
same day will appear. i ;
Whelher when; possessed of the; proofs
of Mr. Secretary! Webster's maiyehrttion.
that ihe olje lion of the gentleman fiom Virgin. P-'' lr whn h :.at money was ties -rf,
n. 1 r,,.. I I .. 1.. ' which I will nrdvinv tfi.it if wa u tir i'
... i : in, I .ii i . Udi ir , . j is ui i a : I' 1 1 1 1 '! I I inaiir j 4
Ul owptesiuru.mi term, not one iar- ; ,. ... . . no r(nf . . ...
. i-; r.Lj.. ... i . . a- . i i r l i
iniiig oi luiii inoney was KepWrom puo.ic ; if di(, , rair,y cirn,. wilhi ,he jurisdiction of
viewand lhat f.he private use of t did be- , lhis MHjv Notwithstanding this, he thought it
gin immediately after Mr. Wcbsfrr came would ill become the friends of that distinguish,
into office. , . i ! ed senator, to interpose the slightest o! tlacieiu
Mr; McK A Yi withdrew his objection tO ' die way of tiua investigation. It is a mi-fortune
the resolutions; fMr. Ingersoll in the that a man w hose intellect and puldic service
Candles. Take two
Hum1 f.ir pvprl ten oounds id tallow,
W' it hi watr before the Jallow is nut in,r
fti nielt the talloW in ihe allum water ;
V,freq''eni stirring5 it' Will cWrity;
vTn )ba talloW so aa to make a mokt
Tnc'rfor e tber Winter ot summer
Not Particular. A.1 chap frcm the country.
stopping; tit one of thediotels, tcing asked by tie
watter yhether he would have green or . iiiuck
darn what tolor
of sweetnitr in it." I
corruption, and f linquncvl his ofiVireeii j coursi- of Ihe a ,mv .-.preen, only llie roa-i bar wnderwl H.e name ..f hi. cwnirjr illu.t.i
... .' . . .. . : . i . ... "i .J i i . ii j; mi: nun fi:iv n i w-i:ilirl it nlirnrol vvilh virv
1 1 i... .1 i ; ,.h i .ii. mifiLii-ia.i rj! in:t i mr s ri leu vv n: vi niiin riMn ,i
will ur urriuru nil w avimuii, ,iih-it ph- i - .
tuki! ri'nt'ied he didn't care a
. I i f r I ..iLi . .... e ...-.....:.. :.. ...
it was, so n nan n
Fareien Criminals. By a late report ih tre-
lation lothe Blackwell's Island Establishments,
i r i 1 ' : . t..:. . I. ...... fV.., I
and ilew IorK II appears uiat mere nic, Hyf
. , I'Pd.Ir.ntrn i O'ifl rwfrnii. nd ' that of these I
beauV 843,; tnore than two-tbirds, areybreaer4.ir elii'J
lise .; , he Penitentiarv Hosnital. there are IMuVoi
whom 131 are foreigners
.i ?.if. n
merce wi:n ine ojt;ime rone. '
House will only recollect fir a tno;rr,i,!
vantage and Iwneftbare renul:cl to t:
try from dial ppn isLn of ihe J iw gi ;
President of lh United States the j )
ply a certain saci f (r'sccret-servir - r
our r-Lit ions with 'fregn couti'.ti
will reflct what ihe slate of things
time, and how necessary such a f. r '
mp.au.n.,,1, ,,.w,,...,...-: ..'V. 7 " . iinnrr .Ui i.. I . tnnnmA n,i ix-A h..,.lil accom: i.fcment rth end uIiki, i. ;t
ors in otnee, conviction .or iwn.c imgnt , V m V n! have so few personal and political friends here. ! lion iI, the so han 'of 'Icry ha J r,
remove him Irorn the Senaie.jand d.squal- : Hs Hon. friend from I. C. uas an, M vjTHR0P then obtained tbe flr. ' 'hough probably the'r is nota .n- n
ify him to hold arij office of Jioiv. U list,; honesty mah and an independent mem-;, e ,al(niJat the honorable member from Vir- H-use who knew of any such c
or profit, under the United States, will re- : ber of the House, specially careful of ihe ginia Mlr. Bavlev.lhad ventured tosavnword ! been so rxpen-V-d. if, I sar.the lb.
main to be considered. .i j ; jj public moneys, Vho would be upon ihtsi in vindi;atioii "of John Tyler; and under that I ider these things. and Uit in n:ir. 1
Should it prove necessarto go to tbritl! as he;s been upon all occasions, one. of; example,ihere probably would be nothing in. tT-ct that M wns used, they wilii
extremity, the similitude will be wonder-!! the. nipst foremost 16 pay proper attention delicate in a Massarbusett man saying a word i I think.to recoiisider the op.n.oa 1.. .:
f ul with a great English lawyer called by'1 10 thef protection. How could Mr. Mc- j defence of Daniel U'eleter. He did not pro- 1 rupiton fund, and wid believe that :
a poet ihe wisest and meanest of man-ij W resist such, convincing arguments ?; pose howeier. to do so. I dcUi:n (con.iuued . Plw fWp,r ano ...a,!,'..
I, .i He did not. J ; - (' f ! ft Mr. W.)to far as one so much bis junior may cownin (an req...c.
. . 'L . . ' r nnAiriAr n .ir ... , Le allowed to rlaim. the distinction of bein:? a Mr. Saker.'one if th oberli . j I
j It will be perceived that file detection,
iifl amnot mistaken, which my Ibrmer
i :. . ... : 1 '
d se osnres mav ead to. merge my 11101-; uu.,.awun ui iuc huik t .r, h.-t.-
ividual wrong, and even the injustice done! the U.jjS. (and; he seldom said any thing aittays and aga'int every charge which may !
througli me to tHe representative charac-jj complimentary to them.) . ihe resolution a
rrayed againl him. I do uot pr,opose, ihere
fer, freedom and privilege of this House irtif referred to a pejiod when (Mr. )VebWr, ,re,on this occasion, to enter into any defence,
bietmuch greater importance of misde-j- had beea separated from the Whig partv,; of Mr. Webster. I rise in 'defence of this House
meanor in office. When Congress seeskand whs actingf with (Mr. ' believed,) ( i-of the honor, the character, and the dignity f
the proofs I propose to submit, they will j,! the most corruptj Admitnstiation tbat ever j the House. What are the precise circumstan
iade all parties and do what is right. Hih existed in this CQuntry3; At thdr time the ces before us ? . ' " '
.ur. uiiu.uuuuLu 01 a., said ne naa ;f . , t,. , ' . .... , t,inr lKu r.. tnthm fi: tr! it not i) ... m
but a, Jew words; to say. and tbe should , or be has gitm .ufficieni evidence ! which the morcr of it ,ays it 1 1:
H -j ?. ia to dfti.nd I.hneif ' tiie Prpidnt to rive an anc'ii.t t:.
pended through I he! Depart met.t tf i.
charges them a' against the Seen t i?
Now, for ibe expenditure of that rn ;
sponsible than ymi or 'I. The law i;s ;
that it shall be exrwndid by ordor f
dvnt himself. It does set go !br
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