. ..,.-,, ..ii- II. -J - in J v i'll I. -lii'l. 'f I I tt.-y-tw-., tli.U i' Iti-.ru-vw..nuC
tin Ufi'i w'i-. if th? ?t mml-l " Au -l lu.nug
apiiruprintioHt tar 4jcivii ami a :lin i'ic ti:wa U' l"" -eminent
far the jut n.!ii! the tiiirii.ih ui juiw, iittr thxjuantl
eight hundred auj fi'V-Urev, and for other fiarl," apuruved
thirty -llr.t of A jk'UI, one UwutauJ eiirhl BuoUied Mill Ulty-two,
low applied Ui the itarwent " " irrJ rle ta
if5i jui v sir, MJw!dW!9K4W5
nudar U fU-JWiiifiie.iJi via : v 11
For military ttatioaa ua mat to OrtgoB Hifa thoataaa raw
- hanired awl three eUJar; - - . . , .
fVwaaitrwtssrria saoaev la Mexico, nineteen thousand S
kaaare awl karma dollar and Sfly aeat J
far Mraicaa hostilities, tea) thousand lr kuadra4 and sixty
a dollar and rt cent i .......
for entineencie of tar amy, tevt thousand tight aandrad aad
law dollars and seventynv mala; .... T
Far traasportattea, sappue. ate to
taeet, ffaieea tbeuaaad aio
M ana av ww UVUMV
far Bay of FtorUa mlHtl. aeaxart af OaarteraustaV Da.
Bartatent, Soar thousaad Ara huadrad aad thirty -evo dollar and
, far rapraaalaf aVnjfnole bottiliUaa, twa nondred sod atxty four
dollar and forijr-three eeou ; , ' - -
uMnni nriorta ti oat thousand Sairnt hundred
aad aeveutu, four hundred and Uty-svo dollars and seveu-
Far arnarafca af
MBne JjJadln a
tcrvic la Ttias, oa
1 nnu :
taeaaaad and nfteaa
For sutslstene of ele
ete 'ail roiui
volunteer, three hun-
drad and aiMtr-fvar
lr baurovefuenj of
b aad red aad aeran-
Ir -MX dollars aad lea
aP(Sf "WHarMNtf' Oala)!!"?
Oenland. Oslu, jm.
nc ceau ;
hundred and forty. n
yixtr-atnc ceau ;
For see-Ball al Unit.
hundred and tort; tuna dot
lara and lira cents;
'- erlWl Asbl
Ohio, fort two dollar! and aligr-fow
- r liarbor at Wllw.
ie, oat hundred aad aUtf-tkraa auiaara
For repairi. rouda,
. tor armlet In ike tald, ire taouaand
tarea hundred and iu
tr-aeren dullan and dra oentt ;
For aurrejri with analet in tha fluid, (bur hundred aad nlnet-
ail aVdUn and furljr-centa;
For f'"T 'rum Uualatjpjd river U the Paddc ocean. Are)
Umaaaad doilari ;
Far arrearage! of F due Florida alltfa ander General Bead,
aerea taoutaud two Luudred and fortj-one dollart and ninet
three cent ;
For trarelllng allowance to rolunteert, ooa hundred and eigh
teen thouaand two hundred and four dollart and forty-four ceuta ;
Fur pay of Louisiana and Texai rolunteert, eighteen thouaand
and eixty dollart and forty-nine oentt;
For pay of ten regimeutrof regular troopa, eight thouaand Ore
kandrcd and forty-teren doUara aad Bftjr-ooe eenu ;
For par af eolaateert uader retoUtiuii of the eighth of Augott,
ana thouaand eight hundred and forty-tl, teren tuouaaud una
kamlred and fifty -Uree do I art and terenletn cenu ;
For pay of Herea KfitaeaM af ralaateera, twenty -tU thouaand
aloe hundred and ninety-eight dollart and alxty-nine oenta;
For pay of rohaiteera, aale-eitiit tkoatand one hundred and
ftjr-teren dollart and teventy-three cenu ;
For three montht' eatra Bav. two hundred tbouaaad dollart ;
Fortertlcet of prirale pliy akiaut, one hundred and thirty dol
- Ian and twenty terra centa;
For pay of riorida niiliba oa account of aueaiateuce, one thou
Band thirtv-nine dollart and thirtr-nlne centa :
For lubtiitenoe of ten regiinenu of rrgular trovpt, lit hundred
and eighty-lour dollart and eianiy-iix cenu;
For the narroent of aueh autuaiat aaa be due to Indiriduala un
der the act of Natch third, eighteen hundred and fifteen, for
nropertr deatrosred br buntinc the nary yard in tne city ol n atn
ington, in the year eighteen hundred and fonrteen, the amount to
he ascertained e the proper accounting omcera 01 tne treaaurj
the sum of teeen hundred and fifty doiUrt ;
For the purpose of completing the pedestal of the equestrian
statue of Andrew Jackson, in Lafayette square, aud the erection
of a suitable iron railing around tha tame, three thousand dol
tor talnriet of nine suDerTUInr and fiftj local inspector! an
notated under art aDnrored Auiuit thirtieth, one thousand eibt
kandred and fifty-two, for the better protection of the lires of
pattrngerl tij tteant '.iU, with trarelllng and other expenses in
, cwrred by them, AnjIMtree thouaand eight kandred and seventy
ollart and fiftr ceii
To supply a diflcl.-7lMn the appropriation for the completion
of the east wing of the Patent Office building, the turn of forty-
niar uiouaaDU uonars;
For deficiency in the tDnroDriation heretofore made to the bit
rent) of Topngriipbical Engineer, three hundred and iourteen
oilara and thirty centa, to enable said Bureau, to pay to Lortston
sVrerlU an account due him not exceeding that sum ;
Far eotunensation of the actini Recrnary of the Territory of
Ptah, from the fqnrtrcnth of tKiober, rlghteenhondredatidntr-
ana, to the twenty-tlxth or uctoner, eighteen tiunurea ana nity
Itro, one thousand right hundred and fifty-nine dollars and six
Bsaaaenrs: To pay Jt met 8. Buckley, for terricet as keeper of the nary
yard Eastern Branch .bridxe from fourth December, eighteen bun
dred and rorty-eight, to July first, eighteen hundred aud fifty, at
four hundred and fifty dollars per annum, seren hundred and
via ii, uuuan ;
Fur payment of arrearages due to Darid Finch, as superintend
eat tiie .painting the .exterior walls of the Patent Office and
Trenauf buiwings, one hundred aud seventeen dollars and nity
cants; ' j
For rent in of vessels employed In the coast surrey, ten thou
aand dollart :
To tnpply a deficiency in the contingent expenses of the office
as the secretary of the Treasury for the fiscal year ending thirti
eth June, eighteen hundred and fifty-three, four thouaand fiv
knndred and fifty dollars ; .
For repair of damages to, and the Improvement of Lafayette
aqua re. one thousand two hundred and seventy -eight dollars
For comlienaation of fhe L'nlted States aatarer at nan Prancie
Do, California, from the Jaatary;-esteea. hundred and
' anTy-two, to tne inirtietn or June, eignteen - nvmrrea' ana nity
three, seven thousand fire hundred dollart.
For temporary clerk hire In the office of the Auditor of the
. Toat Office Department, one thousand dollart :
For arrear! of compensation due A. J. Downing for services as
rural architect at the tine of hit death, tlx hundred and twenty
Ara dollars ;
For laying out and gravelling the roads and walks, purchasing
l trees, and seedlna? down in erase the tuuare south of
aa rreturnt s House, twelve thousand dollart ; and for paying
any ballanee which may be due for work done and performed ;
For providing proper foundations for the custom house af San
Francisco, authorised by the sixth section of the act entitled An
act to supply deficiencies In the appropriations for , the service of
the fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, one thousand eight
uuurcu ana unj-uru, ana in aaaicion to tne sum or rorty thou-'
sand dollira-heretofere appropriated, twenty-five thousand dol
kwi; Fur fuel and quarters for tracers of the army serving on Hght-
' bouse duty, the payment of which Is no longer marie by the Quar
tsrmatter Department, ten thousand three hundred and forty-
"aoa dollars and twetrty-teven cents. For deficiency In the fund
far purchasing lighthouse supplies, tlx thousand two hundred dol-
tor tha reJTv Tprlallon of seren hundred and fifty-four dollar
and forty ee ?cing a portion of the amount heretofore Appro
priated for I Wion of a custom-house at lLastport, Maine,
aad carried! Lrplut fund, en the thirtieth of June, eighteen
kandred anl o, and that the unexpended balUnce of the
appropriatij JVact of June nineteen, eighteen hundred and
thirty-four V .'went of the Georgia militia," Ac, which hat
passed byjr ut acu into the surplus fund, be, and the same
b here Mated t
lue Levi Johnson for the site for marine hospital
hk, three thousand three hundred and ninety six
I of salaries of deputy surveyors at Boston. New
ipbia, Baltimore, and New Orleans, two thousand
dollart, and tha salary of said officers shall be two
Hi, nl i, f,.-, I i.,' ' U I i M'il. .-U. !)'-; 1,
. . Ara hun
-" i. ii in, voHiiuvuviug ou uie in a, uy ui u-
1,,, waiter Kurget (la te district attorney of the State of
I ?ijft5as... w''1''! " 1awanw aiatvisa.WM:anaaa.
aajnty cania, natog in lull lux his services and money paid oat In
defending Captain blmonds, of the brig Casket, by order of John
T. Mason, lata-oacretary of the Navy ;
- Da adrtlttonat allewaBca to K. a KoWttr Ut-aas-T tw thon
and two hundntd and sixty dollars and thirty-four cenu; and
ta George K. stunts the sum of nineteen hundred and fifty-eight
dollars and fifty centa, additional allowance made to them as dep
uty surveyors under the surveyor general af Wisconsin and Iowa,
and in accordance with the recommendations and estimates of the
Commissioner of the General Land Office and the Secretary of
the Interior, dated respectirely on the eleventh aad fourteenth
at February, eighteen hundred and fifty-three ;
For payment of the amount due Thomas W. Lane, upon three
aaacaldca(UdsaBatB his-Iu.vor by O. W.. Barbour, Indian Agent
ta California, upon R. McKee,. disbursing agent, for transporta
tion, supplies, and labor furnlahed said agent upon special eon
tract, while treating with the Indians In said State, three thou
sand aia-ht hundred and twenty-five dollars ;
For the service of a striker in Ihe shop of the Delaware Indl-
i - aaa, fee Antrim first, eighteen hundred and twenty-three, to Au
gust thirty-lint, eighteen hundred and twenty-six ; and for tha
" " swrrleeaef a tnmh and striker in the shop of tha senecas and
Miawaees of Lewulown, from seventeenth of November, eighteen
hundred and thirty-three, to fifteenth February . eighteen hun
dred and thirty-eight, deducting auamonntspald for such service
dariot said period, and fur ballanee due for servicea on Reneca
aaill-dam, as estimated for by Ihe proper department two thousand
two hundred and twenty-nine dollars ;
For compensation of five members of the House of Represent.
aUvet, appointed a committee of Investigation upon all facts
. beaching the connexion of Thomas Corwin, Secretary of the Treaa
' ary, wit the Uardjner claim, and authorised to sit daring the
racer between the Ant and second tettlont of the present Con
gress, the sum of three thousand tight hundred and forty dollars,
ar so much thereof at may be necessary to pay Ihe said members
raepoetively eight dollars par day for the period they werede' ' -A
at Washington in discharge of ihe duties of their appointment :
' ' ' To ennbn the thr k of the House of Reprrsrntauvet to pay
.. . Faier force aad dvba C. Rirca (or on hundred aad two copies of .
tha third volume of Ihe fifth series " American Archives," or doe-
' nmeotary htttory of tha t'nlled State; for the new member of
the llouta of the Twenty-sixth Conires. on hundred and seven.
teea copies or in seme rolume for the new i
tw members of the T wen.
of the same rolume for
jr-aaweath Congress, on hundred copies
the new atemher of lb Twenty-eirhth Conrress. on hundred
aad aa aopiea of tha aaav touud for lhaaew aManbers af tha
Twanty-nlnlh Congress, one hundred aad -sixteen copies of the
tatit Totams tor tha aeW aaeaaher of the Thirtieth Congress, aaa
awadred aad tairty-foar copsea af the aaasa' eoluaM for the aew
aasasbert of th Thirtv-Sm Consrett. snd oa hundred and thle.
ty eoplea of tht saaM vohira for tht aew meaihers of the Thirty -
I Congrats, in all aighleea hundred volume, at sixteen dol
lar farty-Sr cent and six sallls par voluma, thirteen thousand
an hundred snd sixtr-lwo dollars and forty -cents :
Ta aaaala the Clerk of tha Horn of ItepraBeoUtive to par I
taparUng aad puhushing tiftt hundred and. fifty columns of, !
Mat areeeedmgs of th ataosa af Baprcarntalivaa of th second
"' tae iniriy aattaa tyOngrass la uie Dally (iloba, St seven
dollar and fifty car u per column, tlx tnauaaad lara hundred
aad seventy -firs dollars ; and to toable the said Joha C. Rirea to
y the reporters af this Haute for Ibis session th sum of aerea '
natter per eotamn Instead of fear, for the reporters of tha Con
grtasmntl (iloaa, tha sum af ihret thooaandT doDara, -r so aaiicS
a ass ha ntfsastry for that purpose, snd th Clerk of this Houee
Be authariaed lo pay lbs same la said Rives for that purpose :
Ta eaabl th Cterk of th House of aWpreseb la tires U pay a
taaaac daa for reporting and puhUshiug the proceedings oT tha
Uaaaadarlpg the first tts.inn of the Thiilj mtinil Oongresa, be
taf aixty-Ava ookunos and on Una. at the rat of aerea dollar
-Bad fif tjr eentt per column, four fcudrod aad i(hr-va dollar
and fifty-tour centa ; - . .
T anawa laa Oar of to Hoaaw af lapreaanUUv to par for
. tweaty-faur copies of tha CongTraloaal Uloba aad Appendix of
' 1 ta It f tart assilan af fhe Thlrtyacond Caogrisaa ior aanhaMm-
iharamt deicfiie of lh Hotua, ssveoteeh 'twtr'tnd mnA
WJa r rieWih utrWl
. oVad aad tixbty-eihl yoiumea, ia sliocg aad aubsiaaUal half
. " Wodlog, arlOr Russia hack and coroart, at a rata Dot xcding
txraraaaotuil Ol money apafnanalsd aarrSoits anrehaaesl
afa4rtiBvtWlHH Itar the JUika C1irpew Indiana, Uiery.
si. .11 t..- i!i-ltit'Ut..-.l to iu-u:ii rs ..! t'.t ..4 -c' i t i ttuiiie
orilcrcl to be pt lull d a, pui.ii (I 'um- iils ty ti.e C.i of
aln."h tiiey are lin-iuoers : 1 tit tlil -cll.n lull uot
prohibit or Interfere i(h the dilriuution to mtiulierswlio uae
heretofore retieiVi.il boost mdef an oriter of eiluer llnawaof 1MB
remaimug volutuea, or part, to at to coiaplete the art of which,
'b,W pylnTex' T Bavld .V O-ea'. bogleal Mport.1
byw wia iwriSw ium
tVtslarhf Atat dhfla. httiwiraati mtkii ttasasar knWM nttd huialrHl aVlttl fltrll
sis dollars. Total, three kandred aad thirty-fi.edolUraaudtor.
sas! aTitMr u u srtAr maMd, That axock of the see -
and section of the act making appropriations for the support of
the army for lite year ending thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred
aad fiflv-three, apureved tolrtr-flrst August, aighteea hundred
and fifty-two, as provides that "ne porUon of the mooers p-
IHUfiww ay hub aos aa awuea w uie pijant aa awv
pauses incurred prior to tht first dsy of July, one thousand right
aa far a Ttrttates la tha appropriation for llrtthoaset'exnUined
ta said act, except as at Ihe lighthoaaas which havs aeea oantracv-
ad for, to be erected apoa tht PadncooaM; and tnat the secreta-
mm ivwi mmm mm as nervay, sawunaw au mmj m
Joha HcReynotds the eat of on thousand dollart for expense
.incurred ky him la restoring material fur tha construct loci of a
hgbtaous In the Stat of Michigan, lb department having chang
ed lae sits after said material war delivered at the sit first se
lected. aac. a. aaf U it fuHKt ntactod, That the orncera appoint
ed to assist the Buperialcadenl at tha naval astronomical expedi
tion in Chili, directed by Ihe act of the third of August eighteen
hundred and fortv-eieht. shall be allowed an increased raxTiue fixa
tion ia a raUaMs proportion, accorflng to pay and rank, al the
Urns of departure Ivom the -United states, to the allowa)e mad.
to ike said superiatendeut by the ad of March third, eighteen
hundred and fifty-one, to be paid oat of any moneyt in the treat-
nry not otherwise appropriated.
Sac..,. Amdkt ft further enacted. That the time for reoelr-
lug bill, under the acfof third of July', on thousand eight ban-
dred tad fifttwe, for the trecUoo of a mint In California, be ex-
tended to tlie first of April, one thousand eight hundred aud fifty-
three, aad that Ihe sum of three hundred thousand dollar appro-
priaved by said act, or so much thereof at uisy be necessary, shall
be applied only to the erection and putting In operation a mint
in Cahlorsua, and nol to tha purchase of any building fur that
sac. 7. imd be it further tnaeted. That when gold or lUrer
ceed the actual cost of tha operation, including labor, wastage.
use of machinery, materials, Ac, to be regulated from time to
time by the secretary of the treasure. And the Secretary of tha
uionuHiory oi tne existing laws relative to Ihe half dollar, quarter
amiar, dime, and half dime," pitted al Ihe present session, and
U.at to procure such devices, aValso the models, moulds, and mat-
said act, Ue director of the inint it empowered, with the approv-
respective departmenu, who shall be paid' for such service from
lh fnnlinmi ,hiw..ii.il.n 1 .1. ...i . ..! l..uA-ak-
three cent coin now authorised by lawshaJl be made of the Weight
ot turee mucins of the weight of the half dollar, at provided In
said act. aud of the same standard of fineness And the aald act
entitled An act amendatory of existing law relative to the half
dollar, quarter dollar, dime, and half dime," thai! take el-ct and
oe in tun rorce irom and after the first day of April, one thousand
eight and fifty-three, any thin therein to tbe contrary
ftt. s. tiuf h it further twtrd. Thai ta tha settlement of
his accounta to the late collector of the port of Ban rranciaoo, in
Ihe State of, California, be allowed credit for Ore thousand dollars
advanced to J Neely Johnson for taking tbe seventh oensus.
Approved March 8, laoS.
From the Daily South Carolinian.
We mentioned theother day, that Wash
ington letters reported that the Senate had
under consideration an international copy,
right treaty w ith Eriglitnd, which contem
plated a permissfoti to the citizens ol each
rnunlrv ruttncl : vt I i I r fir,lt ril ..t.l.
within the territory of either. We rel
marked that the perfection of such a treaty 1
viewed as a medium by which British
capital should be invested among us. and J
as a bond of union between the two na-1
tions, would be desirable. j
Thi nrtt-nvstu M..n.tr.... mn..n..
for saj ing this. That paper talks in
following indigent strain
" Some body has so said, and we thought
of the saying w hen the other day we saw
it announced with high notes of admira
tion and approval in the South Carolinian
hat our rulera ai Washington had made
a treaty secor nc the RrilKsK snhfpcii. ih.
right to own land in the United Slates. I
without bpintr nmiimliK..!" Imm.n.. ..ii.
Abolition and British doctrine of all sorts !
will tt pat 1. 1 i all. ,1 u-h.r.v.e th. i,. ;
purse of John Bull is emptied for. land.
Ui ? may boy out thi fand Stpvernmentl
nr ce to ih i'rliisinn r n,.r tm.ll ar,;. i
tnlists, and hold them till they rise to ten
times their vnlue, and thtr poor freemen
of the United States must become in this
way the dependent of a Britieh Lord, if
he wishes hereafter a share of tbe new
lands of the west. Or Some British no
bleman may buy up a whole, or half a
county end rent tbe land to the people,
live in bngland and transfer his rent, in
this making a sort of Old Ireland of such
sections of this blessed Union as Bull may
broad general way announced by tbe Car
olinian, we must say with all deference
lor " our - worthy and approved eoou mas
ters" in Washington that they have done
the most stupid thing, as we think, that
any set of rulers in these United Stales
ever did do, and that if the thing is true,
as reported, they will be written down in
history -an iheweakest negotiators ibaAe v.
er negotiated for civilized governments."
With all deference to the opinions of
our cotemporary, we think he has at
tempted to be very indigent without cause.'
1 uere is not a small amount of British Cap.
ta, we apprehend, invested at tha pres
ent time in this country. We think a great
deal of it might be found in numerous rail
roads throughout Jhe United Stales, and
much of it loaned on the faith and credit
of the individual States. Tbe right or
privilege of citizen-ship; and, we think,
l is very wild and visionary to conclude
that abolition and British doctrinemust
grow out of the soil because it hr owned
by British capital, so long as the highest
privilege of-atv American freemen " re
mains intact the right of suffrage. Votes
alone can establish abolition or any other
doctrine, and recent experience bas proved
that these can be found in abundance in
New, without going to Old, England. is
regards this objection, therefore, we should
think it would apply, in a social point of
view, with equal force against" the New
England as against the British capitalist,
as far as it relates to the permanence or
extension of our Southern institutions.
' Touching the other objection the es
tablisbment of a kind of feudal sway by
" Briiisb.Lords'' on the soil of America
it is absurd,-so long as the ballot box is
the source all pou er and so long as the
American Government holds hundreds wf
'iaiiMjetjcfsUiU isifcaf and cftbj;
vfryatrvhiiilyaa Trorebased at wreey
i'r.t.; t. .i " "y::j-ri'::: ,
fe. ..werlbink the WouoIsum
must inevitably flow out of such a treaty, ' UBOU - woman, seems to oe ex
if ratified by the Senate. British capital 1 ,,ncl 5 nd ,h,"6s have come lo such a
may hereafter buy up and control, for , Pm bt a poor man s wife only claims
auvht we know, rvsrv nur T-rritnrv from 'w England that measure of
i i ;....-! ..J r i, ....
ciaus, we took occasion to ml vise them
to look at home. Our Abolitionist fiiends
wil l il Ij I ,
, W Ay Wrotl1 l llilH, anj HHimitted
that thing WPfB Well fnOUgh III England
inougb Lnglishmr-n did how and Iben Beu
T" - . w ..
I their VVIV'CS at RUCtlOr), With haltlTS fOUnd
1 their hrcRs notliing hring (loneaiit Very
, ,. , . i , . . , . ,
; little ialtl agalHSI It by tDfir nelgtlOOrS.
. , ,. . , ,, . .
j Jotin UUII, nOWevefa Snail W6 lay II De
i , ... . aa,
gini tO think It high time tfl follow OUT
: a dvlce. The London Mornine Chronicle
1 ...... , . . . . . ,,,
01 the 12lh Of Alarch has ajeading aftl-
cic, commrrretftg-nsibllovvw :
"The trill for the protection of womrn
and children, introducrd by Mr. Fittroy
on Thursday night, is conceivd in lh
ruht "pint. It wit! go lar loredrem what
is, We IVar, ft national disgrace. Whether
- - , , . , ,.,-, , .
Wf rtl 1(1 BOJ degree indebted for It tO
,.,t, , J
. l"r sotTjewDat vivacious ana personal re
nv tAhich the "Women of A nir-rifH" rnl
-"' lUB., , Atlienca SfDl
to a TCCent addreSS from their liritlrth sis
. . . a .
leTS, It IS SUpertlUOUt IO mention. Any-
l.nu, hat aiopn ralifita rJ .utr Polio
OOW, ItlO Stertl realities OI OUT fOllCft
CoUrtS eqUrtl, if lhe llo not AUTpasH, the
lictitlOUS tlOrrorS Of MfS. Urecber SlOWe.
It is high time that we begin to look at
! hon,e- .Whether ihe crime of trampling
Upon A Wife, beating ber with a DO Iter,
i i . .. r .
KICKlnaTand InCeratlflE her Derton. are De-
to our own linn s,
' tjya KnOW not. It IS alWaVS dttlCUlt ,
i register the Origin Or DroereSS of Crime
, We Can do IS tO detect and SUppreSS It.
We suspect that even when " England
f Was merrV Enuland," there WIS al WaVS
, a good deal ol COtTSO brutality altOUt the
, !,. . ,! RriiiMri r-haraclar anrl mi.o.
"OaSieO AiTI I ISO CfiafSCier, BuQ Safage
domestic tVrannV, at least in Ithe, lower
. e r t
railKS Ol SQCICiy, 18 we lertr, DO new pne-
noincnon in our annals. Still it can hard
ly be doubted that cruel outrages upon
women, chiefly perpetrated by their hus
bands and paramours, are largely increas
This, we think, is sufficient to show
that the milk and water sentimentality of
Stafford House is held at a cheap rate by
sensible people in England, and that tbe
ridiculous aspect of the pseudophilantro
py, wliich melts into leara at a romance,"
9 u ?bu,s. lUt eB ,and hrln 't
.beart Xo he m!se1rJr lh"1 h weltering at
,wn doors, is begmning to strike every
thinkl8 fJj"sT mdiv.dual in that
cuntry- ' &,me of lh" "8,"n, '""."
above referred to are recapitulated in tbe
course of what follows in the Chronicle.
y m rimiogvB of Wnd brotah
ties too painful to quote. We will give
a few of the London editor's comments :
"Here, then including Mr. Fitzroy's
list art; more than twenty instances, oc
curring within two months, in London
l"nf' i"' most ioui and savage attacks.
' I .I -aTa a
-""iru m, u tut-o, oa women ano
de'enceless children. The old chivalry
Cdrtimon 1 1 If, which held it base lotift
Pecuon wnicn is ireeiy aw6rded to a
dogor an ox.
. ! 1 a.
may be difficult to assign a special
.8e for hi4nglillil degradation, of the
""nonai cDaracier tor sucfi we iearuis
We fully believe that this mass of misery,
domestic hatred, cowardly assaults and
murder, may in numberless Instances be
traced back to the miserable lodgings of
tbe London poor, and to the moral disad
vantages arising, from the absence of
those, checks which society imposes. A
London artizah, early and late at his work,
is uninfluenced by social opinion he has
no neighbor and thus, in the midst of a
crowded population, he may relapse into
Stafford House.it is reasonable to think,
should keep quiet for one while, at least
on the subject of Uncle TomT " Afier '' Ine
well fed Duchess has lachry mated her
prettjest over the pages of Mrs. Stowe,
let her make a real step, with literal shoes
and stockings, into one of these stern re-
amies - me miseraoie longings ot tne
London pbor'' antl remember tbaF Lon-' j
aon is ner nome ana not ours, vvben
that is set to rights, let the Duchess and
her tender-hearted associates recommence
t a a Tf-at.
their denunciations of American slavery,
t':::-r,r-"r"i-ir'ri ""t"i"; "'"" r "--v" -
dui not cm men. Lfjojfon jourxtr.
THE PERILS OF THE PRESIDEN
Col. Perry, the editor of the Southern
Patriot, writing from Washington, where
he is engaged as counsel in tbe Gardiner
It is said Ceneral Pierce is very mach
worried and iiarrassed by his position.
The office seekers give bim no rest day
or night. I have heard serious apprehen
sions expressed that he would not survive
his term of office. The office of President
will become the grave of our distinguish
ed men. I heard a gentleman say, this
evening, that if he were President, he
would place a guard in front of the White
House, and give them orders to shoot
down the idle drones, and office- beggars,
as they approach the mansion.
"" ExUniion6flhe Plank RoadVt cm
pleased to learn that the extension of the
F. & W. P. R. to Mount Airy has met
with sufficient encouragement lo 'rendee
its construction almost certain. Fully half
the stock required bas already been taken,
waifider .Wt4L4n AlK-DfoWU He
- - - - .. . , v.v: r
ol tnoney, in tnis section or country, can
iii.tnai'iiit'ii! ati.l licjliiifiil (! litve. ' I ln
cuiniiiiilrp rriurl tlial lliry have di-citli't) in Id.
or of the essay of Ihn Her, ''ti it F. Smlt,
ol Ciilniiiliu, the lietl e-uiilled lu the
nMinlmn Tl.an ifiiit 'i.niiiiiiiil wilt. ...... a a
r ... ' '. ...
Mif k, WriWH.woftf We wH
ihoultl m widely read, eaperialiy tiy the ijile
ol ibeDou-leboldiiigSii, to many of whom
we Eave'reaton o helie lb Pieajuoe if a
welcome iilor. They will learn by ihe M
luwing riiracl from the committee Y report the
idraa geuarally eolertained In lb Alaeboldrng
Statea retpecting the emancipaiioo aud treat,
inenl of jlavet, and ibey will alto be eoaUvd,
by lit pertual, to bow tat ally devoid of all
claim to credit, as a picture of the condiiiua of
the slave in tbe Southern States, that foul
concoction ol a fanatic's braio, 'Uncle Tom's
Cabin :M N. O. Picayune.
M Tbe roinmitiee might here close their re
port, as Ibfir prescribed duly bat been discharg
ed by ihe selection of that etay deemed ibe
ben, enlii lad., la the ureuiium, but the- ueruial
of the nunir-tou Ctiay submilied to their ei
amiiiaiion has so forcibly suggested a few re
iimrk to tbVir miiids,' ilial ibey would ask for
ihem tbj indulgence of the society.
rhey have beh struck by tbe fact that al
hough ibete essays have beeu wriiten by per
sons from al leatl three of ihe slave Slates, con
aining mors iban a million slaves, the syiem
recommended for lbs maiisgfmenl and treat
menl of tbst clans is siitisianiiatly ibe same in
iiPHrfy all otihem. I bis circumstance proves
Cuficluaivfly that it is one ol ireneral acceptance
4 I"-" throoLUt .n ei.fn.iw. a..d i.n
"'"(lt uorimn ui me ciiutlirin oniri
I',,. I. ,!,,. ,i..e;,,l.. i,.i.li.il l it...
; ' "" lell",K flClplr Inr-olCHletJ tij tbege
wttien sre : Thai the duly of master and slave
am coirrlaiive ; thai while ihe master is nil i
tied lo lbs obedience and fair services of ibe
lave, be it under obligation lo the Uner lo
provide for bis religiuu and moral improve
ment ; that in enforcing a firm discipline, ii
ihould be a strict ubtervance of ibe priuriplee
of justice in all ihe relations between mn.ler
and slave : that industry . and food conduct
., on ncu.n.xH.i .... .r .nn.- e.
AmiiAtfsnrisBfiltt 4wri.i ihssi inn thai simt.laa nri.su
. L J.L-a. i f
ion ahutild he made for ihe nhveiral wlF hr-in.r
of the slave, of cornfortsiils fiud mt over crowd
ed boutei, good cloibing, abundant and mil ri
lious food, and a kind cars of tbe sick, ibe
young, and ihe old.
Tbe authors of these ays, while rernm
mending different means for the accomplith
inr-ni ol llirta end, generally concur in ibe
fiireijoit.g jifirtctrrlee, and in the opinion thai
the pecuniary interest of tbe mailer are liefi
consulted by a humane aud liberal treatment
of tbe lave.
That such feeling should he generally enter
tained, and such principles inculcated by so
many persons Irata io encoded a territory, is.
certainly honorable to the Suutbem character.
and where ibey prevail ihe matiwr may well
p fide b iintelfon ajtraclical jhila ntbropy, which,
while ii plareg ibe slave in a condition of com
foft and happiness enjoyed by no other lalior.
ing populaiion of ibe fame grade of riviliza
lion, is preparing bim by a sale and praciica
Me edtaatioft as raoidlv a bis nresenl stale
will allow-, for one of greater elevation and in
created usefulness.- - -
Tbe coiomiiiee proudly addttca tbU farl as a
refutaiion of ihe wanton ralinniiies that t'gnor
ant wiiatiouariec and malevolent fanatic are
heaping on a generous people, who, plared un
der circumstance of peculiar and great difhVul
ly, are earieeily and manfully teekiug for a ra
tional and a'ale jolullon of one ol the greate I
problem) that can occupy lbs antious thought
of tbe wise, ibe good, and the patriotic.
ENGLAND AND FRANCE.
,The following letter from M. Di'cos, French
Minister of Marine, to Mr. Ewart, member of
tbe British Parliament, bas appeared in lbs
English papers I
" Mimsthv of Marine, Pa his, Feb. 25.
"Sib: The question which you do me lh
honor lo put iu your Idler of ibe lQih of Feb
ruary might petbaps appear to we unusual, if
my mind really eniertained :he strange ideas
which lottie peraons appear to atcribe to me
in England. Out, far Irom considering these
ijueation indifcieet or inopMriune, 1 rejoice at
I he in because they afford ine atv opuuriuniiy of
giving you Ihe eompiffe aurafreeof my peace
greatest of milortunes if serious miuuder
slaudtogfhould break out between tbe two na
tion, anil I detire. with all my heart, that the
best understanding may coniinue to prevail be
tween them. Your newspaper make much
lir about our presumed warlike preparation.
I confine myielf to declaring lo you thai I havs
not armed a aingle gun-boat, stirred a single
cannon, or equipped a ingle oI3ier,
' I remain ibe calm soeclalor of ibe enor.
mini eipenes which you ars making to eon
jure away an imaginary danger ; and I admits
ibe facility with which you augment your, budg l
ti. when no real' neeessitv orescrit... ii. irl
lh member of your Prliament,who are so pre,
occupied with our project of invasion, would
give ibemsilve the trouble of paying ua a viit,
ibey would be more surprited than I am
myself, pe'ibap. at ihe eitreme readiness with
which ihi rumor (almoit amounting lo a plea
antry) ol our opposed warlike preparation
ba Lean received among you. 1 thank you,
.'..oT.!-w.!,Bi.!?..,.0 cenain a-
mount of intercourse between ut ; aud I beg
you io accept the eipressioo of my moil diriin
" M. Ewabt, etc. Trbodokk Di-cos."
Says tb Washington correspondent of ike
New Yoik Journal of Commerce :
" The eicilement produced in England, and
specially among Ibe growler of tbe family ol
Jobo Bull, by ibe eipecied advent of the au,
tbore f( "Uncle Totn'a Log Cabrn,' ia almost
a ridiculous a thai which waacraated hers by
the viii of Kostuth, ihe folljr or which is freely
brought lo our mind by Madame Puleiky'
book. Mr. Siowe'a journey from Liverpool
to London will be a triumphal procession, as
Kossuth's was from Nsw York lo Washington.
The feeling at the botiom of these moveme...
ja. bat h side sJs. rdeiraao meddlsWJa4iW4hM
nan..!.'. . IT., i . .1 1 . . -
r-r"i" ", an impiiaeni and ptiarasak
v.. ....,,,. v. .u)pvrinriiy, in CIVHixatloa
and humanity, lo ihs belter eUa.a. I- ..k "J
:-rw-' -.- .
ffeihe Fai.--Tbey are huiidii.ajinU
retragtflrl thi - WirfleVfroe WrirtS-Kl
as- ..- a'i "V-i'"v..'vi-., , ' . . - -r.--. t ,
ro.onigom.ry, Aiaw to Da tent to Ibe New York
Tia LSDii I.U .M.M.. AIXII. li.
V are aullioriattl to announce JamM W. OaBOgHfi,
r r r-u.,i..ii. . .ii,).,laie fiw firtirreee in.
Til EWHKj CANDIDATE 4011 CON
- Gil ESS IN THIS DISTRICT.
It will be perceived by adverting to
bead of this column, that Mr. Osborne
consented to stand forth at tha Whig
champion in ibis District. If the Leg is
latum bad tried to make an equal con
test of this election, they could not have
done tt more nicely lhan in assorting to
gether the several counties that compose
the District. We believe tbe Whigs have
rather bad tha majarity when they have.
been stimulated lo any thing like a de
termined effort, hut very often the couri
tifs hare so voted, as, when counted to
gether, they have predominated on the
other side. We have on our part a most
excellent candidate. There is no Whig
in the West, of whom tbe party ought to
be prouder than Mr. Osborne : His high
moral worth: his amiable, deportment:
added to bis excellent sense his various
acquirements, and bis fine, powers as a
speaker, render him a most capital choice,
and one to whom every other gentleman
of the Whig party who has been spoken
of as a candidate, has voluntarily conce
ded his claims, and urged Mr. OsbobnkIo
come forward, and we bear of no disaf
fection any where among our friends.
m a ar
i I De iruin is, Mr. Upborne, we are ccr-
, I(J fc b R C(ndi(,aU
t lf be bd not been assured of entire
unanimity among the prominent Whigs
of the District.
Rowan, in this contest, has the power of
controlling the event: and to the good
and true Whigs of this county. Mr. 0
soaifE appeals He has never yer receiv
ed an office from the Wbigs of the West,
although for twenty years he has been a
distinguished advocate and leader of the
party : and bas fought the Whig battle
with unflinching zeal and unsurpassed
The people of Rowan and Cabarrns,
wbo are so deeply interested in ihe ques
tion of the Rnil Road, ought to remem
ber that Mr. Or borne was the original
mover, ftnd was more lhan any other man
in either Statethe author ol the great
scheme upon which our Road is based.
Indeed." w-e know that he ever, in glowing
terms, spoke of our extension as embrac
ed in bis proposition. Wo know too, that
when there became a crisis with the sub
script ions to tbe stock of the North Caro
lina Rail Road, Mr. 0. stepped forward
and subscribed for Mecklenburg county
the amount necessary to make up the es
timate assigned to that county, and that
too, when this extension wraa known to be
no f arorire with the people of bi town",
and when he had no assurance that a dol
lar of it would be tnken ofT of his bands.
As it was, he is the only subscriber to our
Road in Charlotte. In this matter, as in
every thing we have known of him, he is
the public spirited,- patriotic, liberal as
serter of truth and justice, and the good
of North Carolina. In this we think Mr.
pie of these coanties regardless of party.
out ne una uturr Claims wnicn Will not
fail to react, the heart and cordial appro
bation of the people of this District. This
we verily believe, and to this end, we
mean to give our best exertions.
rp. , i j j
- -' ..., na nnvraujr riillBr-u llini
James W. OsBOR.-fVEso, , is tbe Whig can
didate for tHCQngressionr'DisTrict.'.' It
' aIso .urtderstood lhat Bubton Cbai
iq., is tbe Democratic candidate. These
gentlemen have, for many years, occu
pied prominent positions fn their respec-
live parties. As members of the Bar,
they have each acquired extensive repu-
tation i As members of society, tbe warm
esteem and confidence of those who have
k"own them best. We Very m tich doubt
whether another District in the State will
have the good fortune lo bring into tbe
field two gentlemen of greater ability ; or
who will more surely elicit the earnest
effor,s bf P1)! friend to secure iheir
Farmer's JournaLVe have received
the 2d No. of the 2d Vol. of this work,
which $s published at Bath, N. C. It is not
thov!fthjnS ' any means, and it would
be a ereat mistake to ftxtimat ;.. ..t
v -letaeaavv O W t
oe iy its external appearance. It is to
D regretted that external show has attain.
ed suehpHeirey-wit b
pbn theehar aeter jf workaCihis net ure.
And yet it is erjoallv to he -r,rt.. fh..
. . ---.. .v-
. . .
. imfwuemg mio inem toe moralu-
tti:tlong for U illustration of ttjei
ofcjeBI iJtlcSlibeyeiit trealt
i:.uiii!y ol' .North Cnrulnux. p
VerHnr-H it iu lumml ... r
- - , - - .'I'll nil II, i if.. . .
) into i
public, favor; It has already,
r. L.i i ' . n '
jowi ooiain- uowan7att"d "we
r" trtn rr " haMma--r.v -
b.:.::, ,Bor"e b Ki
vniviiua a oimrra gene
oery:Some scamp i8ll-P
lern part orih-e.-Stitin,-,,-
head lo break tip fhe monotony J
ally prevails in North Carolina.hr . ...''
lite mailt. He is l:kel. . '
He is likelv t . ' .1
will be fun for him. if he can m.
can man... .
escape detection. But woe to Lira if k!
should be caught.
A number of robberies have hefnt0(,
milted of late, and il would sceinstv.,.,
difTereiiT persons 'ae engaged in it?
last case we nee repor t,, '.J.
led to the damage of Mr. E
,.a...v.. vuiunigir. gentle rnap, i U;i.
boro naeked i.i a nan. t I
, ... U4 ona ,
L: u r . . ..ids
u ituureso, via ureensooro,' gold wha
key and seal. The box was duv rr-J.
ed, but Ihe jewels were gone. Ev4N8ii
greatly mortified lhat any body in N.,u
r ... . , i , . ' ''iHI
voronna suouiu oe guilty of such mm.
ness, anu says tbe "scamp who DilL.aJ
.L .a . r -ava
mai oox would steal a sheep.
, r. S. We have just conversed WitK .
gentleman from one of the upper eonm;-
who is a Post Master, from whom
learn lhat almost every letter containing
money sent from bis office for a yew !
two past bas been robbed. He bsi mudi
no great noise about it. but has wt,r.
limes written to the Post office Dtpim.
ment on Ihe subject, and has befnpfci.
ngthe proper authorities to take the mat.
ter in hand. So far as he knows, nothing
bas yet been done to ferret out the rojua
tY Tt it at-ll j-1
i ne "ineraw uazette of the 23d
March, made out a beautiful article mind
Messrs. Boger & Reese anf tbe Slate
North Carolina generally, but it has Dot
even noticed Mr. Boger's reply to Bajlr
Wby is that T
It is slated that ibe Ameriran . ml
over to Pari to solicit the French aiia for
contributions of industry to the New Yrk
Cry s j J .Palaces h as.. b ad .aa audiencof :Louii
Narxileon, and received the sstunncelStl rep.
reseniatives of ihe national niat.ulacfu.fi ikuuld
be pretent at ibis universal etbibiiiorf.
While Louis Napoleon promt these great
icing io behalf of Franc, wbat is North Car.
olina doing ? TTi7. ileralj. :
This I a very signfflcant quesiiop of ill j
lieralt and one that orrbt lo put in motioa
ihe thinking maebirva of our riniem bi ave
are alraid n will not receive ihe inditidual at
tention ol ihoae ctiiicerned. w e pfopuw, ibrr.
lore. lo put ihe question in a shape more eifect
mai it application may ba made fnor readily
ny every one.
First. Mr. Cabinet-maker, what are jond.
fug for ibe honor of your Slate T You bate your
sign up as a finished workman a 'tnaiirr f I
) or trarte. and ask patronage on the groitndef I
your atnlity to do a good and neal wwl ii
any una else in your line are Jou linWnH
e tear not ; when you .laciily acknowM
your inraparily for furnishing anyibin really
elegnri hy taking no mep lo rln io svhea JW
Stale pride la appealed to. think nf n.
... fondly.Mr. Tanner, do you clairs M
esrellence in your trade? Have, ynti nol
lotion for putting op two or three dira tall I
(kin of superior Ian and fininh, In be eikiM-
ed in Ihe crystal palace,' with ihe samei
irih (-arolina laa y&id atautoed ort one ew-
4i f Aratarate
afraid that bv nmkinir tnrh dianlar nu
j r. t J j
gel your name up a a tip top roanul'acturersM
he obliged, in consequence, to enlarge jo
bueinees in order to supply the demand sf
your leather 7
Tbirdlv Mr. Shoemaker, what do foe taj
to nuitinir a hoi or l wool fine Bonis asds'0"
iq ?! on to the. World's Fair? Arejos.!
f I hose yankee cordwainer would liugt l)0Bf
work? If o, you acknowledge thai jfe
ntt comoete with ihem in neatness aad drav I
bilily of the articles you "maniifactor,t,l,'j
indireeily adnvii ihmi .le:ii-iii'f!!!,, I
Vouask aim of North Carolinians. I I
aeern a alranita nli.ma l,.il il inntt b dall
ied lo be true if you ask lor work and "H
...... . ...nni rln 11 (Owil
vw.i.o iiiiif aUIIJIt I liat JOU HHiiw - w
neat and cheap work aa other.
Fourthly We might use timilar argo"'
to Saddler and Harness Makers, lo
Maker and Jeweller; in abort to """f';
Ir..i.. ...J .,;.... kn ara UDDOte "
have mind raual.le of rliscuvf rinf delvf-1
-tj "" i '."'L ..- ""Vum brtW
wu ijxern anu otrjemeuviug -a .
vrntion of new. . , j
, ... I I .L.i I.n Mil
E.very man woo leeis a oia mai
the State, who penned ihe line,
"Carolina! Carolina! Heaven's Ne? a"1
will feel an aniiou .olicitod that 'J
ditahly represented in ihe appro"'11 b
union ol the industry oi an
.t. l"l l ..,k. m forward
iiioo(ii ii n may nave tin K sjeft!
en, ne will give all tne aiu i r .
. . litnm. to ies I
omer wno may oe in a psi'"-
l :..J... r.k .laie.
ample oi iu muusirr oi " Vsltefll
In order to give the .mailer p" gi
in this sectiotv we propose thai ,e,,r(;,.j
bit ii Minelree put up a fine B"W
risg John ll. jonnson, not - et
iM-at uwh B-trr ostwi t . - ---- .c n.
. ... . .. - i. ... . ..r llsniese
niu ct none, a upero ct . f(gf.
: i M " Al,ndj?"l n be '
'be World . Fsir ; and tna. tlijm
M... iHrf hr rrilnnlat-vsrcinr,."---r. . j-iai
-j s c... Btair 't i
' . , i. . r.ic. f .
character was 10 be' suitsin
j e'Jf'i'Ttii,' ! f. aiAeVBjaSaTerl-