a- - '
V ; ' 'V , .X
l ; .
THOMAS J. .EIIIAV,
A X D PBOPBIBTB.
in an opening in one end of tlpai'J
ing; Hut as tiie Indian' came nfer he
changed his course a little, as' ie in
tended to make his fire in the ar of
the house. - It was t imiinenflf ex
three dollar per annum on
iiiiiicii 1 iic tinain to pass me
(he buibting, they were all in
time to le burnt, and most
.1 t vJ the " ) ''
Far .-(!! ?,Hi? ,16. "" 'V
Utmt i.rnioo. lel- " .
f fbe itverlirroenu of Clerk ami Sheriff.
,11 be eHd M er tent hiKhrrt uml a lie
dclifln t 3 i per eei.l will be "'! '" (lie
r-piUr priw. lor n.Wertiter. Ij the -year.
Urtrrt to the Editor murt be po-wid.
massacred bj the merciless Ink, no
doubt in ambush cliKe bv. ID ureil
and shot him, retribution woa cer
taint y await them alt. and irither
Ciisc he confciderd them a noml fam
iltr. Hut he did lire; and I on ie fore
thf reverberations were siK-nth
adjoining mounlnintt. tlie Indh
" ,,n -vnif k ' e'vcn "ne bound an I shnW
A TRAGEDY OF HE AMLitl- of T,e r If
tfl.WU - riflc hnu,,it ,,e W,0e-fa
h I.onJon 'Metrbpaliton for October, ii,: c',,l ,i i, .t..i
Just as the shades tl tne vvenuig' ll that had taken nlace. and itemed ner liter proceeded fur a nort'um of
were be"iniog t enshroud the deq'a matter .f doubt whether thejdinnsllwo days. Hut this mode of prore
,7 valley that reposes at tle toorot tne j would attack them under coveof tl:e ( in was f-mnd so iiicoaVenuMit to the
wild anil lofty Pochono mountains, 1 i yet , emaiiiinr darkm ss, or p4pone party, that when they reached the
gnnruached a lone cottage which was ! ih,-ir on-et until the return of v. I cave's in the Moose Mountain, acoun-
iked out on my travelling chart as ' jt 5ePll,9 ,PV .( f(,r ,lii;rt. cil was held on their prUuiieMr-wJien
the vicinity of the Seneca and Ciaga flavor t apple dumplings, a,nd a pecu aionally that it flings hira a complete
uake;so that there, wan no longer a-, tmr rest t pickled oysters; they will summerset!
ny danger to be apprehended from
such rde anil barbarous neighbor.
thicrken soon, red oca curnulent nr-'
sons, and are excellent bait for muse
Years rolled ojtiand brought itii them! traps. O.ie pill de.'dvrd in a bucket
lv but more than twenty year passed
away without any tidings of, the misi
in fe.iwles- About this period some
settlersA'from the part of rthe country
where Lamer originally resided,
located themselves in the ticinity of the
before mentioned lakes, where they li
ved in peace anil giod-wil with their
neighbors the Indians; and from whom
tho leanieii the fate ot tlu misiing mo
ther and daughter. y
They stateil that they were pursued
and snou captured in the woodst and
altlutuli they would only submit to b-
uragseil along bv lore, in that man-
tlip nlace forme to pass the nilif in, j and ,v)en ; (-cturiieil thev commced thev
iltiOugh I had never been in lhat part , firing at the different windows ipen- were
of tlie country, yet tne
wei'e adiudaed to
of th'se barb.triuns and
ins, wherever thev imamnet thev the customs ol ticse
f.pared logs or "blocks" that noy pre-,ig,t reat h the inmates. Thimbu, they hid no doubt b it their skel.
.,,al itself, was in somi measure an ,,.,vi.ver. Ii.nl nut nnirli eflT.-i t. hie nf tons m""ht be fountl there still.
the .younger children received itjlenth This informaUtn was sometime after
wound: but- the rest escoped unjrned wards imparted to the fon and mother
ted itself, was in sum
Bid acquaintance, aiuce poor, and lone
U and cheerless as it seemed it had
ii run wuitr wm Da lountl a p-rl.-ctiy
wter-pr.Mif lining for catul eiitb.Mik
oientsj placed in stearabut bol.-r,
they will effectually prevent their burs
tin grantl greatly increase the speed of
the bout. A lor tieir in -diciual
qualities, they are justly entitled to be
called t'MtJicwntiHutn Gracia Tra
baltiaif1 id eU, a remedy approved by
grace for they effectually cool St.
Anthonv's Fire, and stop St. Vitus'
da tire; they purify the pimples in the
small pox and radiato 4 he red gum in
teething j they reduce white swellings
anil-cure the black jaundice, blae. de
vils, yellow, scarUt, r any- ttbr co
lored fev. iiij tlwy cure also the thrush
in children- and the pip in liens, the
ftazgers in horss tnd the ni'itm ne in
owl, nut luitlier enumeration H
untii'cessuryi sullice if to sty that this
ani'dicine 19 a comliination up .n new
principles, discovered by the present
proprietor' immortal grandmothet ,
and are an exception to all the rules
of science, common sense, and experi
ence, (hat .while, they are the most
powerful agent in nature, revolutioni
zing lite whole animal ei oiiiiniy. am)
arnuired a name in the history l tnat . jor ,e present. of the deceased, who, embracing the eraiiieaiiog tlie most nicuraute i.isea
ciiiiiiected. Its wiKiden wall were ,,f Ihetf-boWuig there was no I'tiii'g. three Inends repaired to Moose Moun-
blackened with the tempests id halt a j The Indians finding the plan oiling tain, sought out the caves that were
century, and the traditionary tales con-j Btlhe windows not lik'ly to piuie almost entire y ntiknwn toyjte.
- necled with. Jt were taniiUitr. to cv.r. skeletons
child in theilistarttsettli-nicnt. Aper-'a ( ircuit through the neighling in the very position they had fallen
sun of the name, of Lamer had been in-' woods, and thereby earn the de ice- beneath the tomahawks of their mur
duced so settle here before any of tl less rear of the dwelling. Thi!an, derer.
valleys in the southern - district of however, was anticipated by tlibe- Tliey were then removed with much
country (now full of people contained seiged; for w heii the tireing i ease the care and labr to tlie residence of the
one white inhabitant. What induced Larners suspected 1 they would juke son, who with true filial affection,
this hardy man to bury himsell anil ihjH movement. The two bi iters, i.iterred them in the same grave with
young family in the wilderness, so far therefore, without much di.Fn ulton- tlie mouldering bodies of their de
from all the pale-faces, as the Indians contiived to make two small opiAgs parted kindred. At the time I visi
called the white people in those days, in the shingled roof; and when tints- ted tlie lone dwelling, the son, who
is diflicult to conceive. sailants emerged Irom the womUe- had cs"caped the family massacre, was
Oil hrs w:ay to fliTs sec
must have passed through many a val- were instantly shot down. The it, and gray headed, but he s'ill occas on
ley which presented a fertile sil and unapplied, rushed forward, and here ally took his rifle into the woods in
a mine serene climate; but induced the brother could reload their pies, pursuit of gime. He too had been the
by some feeling which must now forev-' there were a acme of the savages U(Jt father of a fam ly of sons and daugh
cr remain in secret. Lamer, with a the shelter of the building. Iheti, tci. now a'l grown up, and all except
wife and four or five children, acco'w- too, had not been jdlej for bj thrush one, I believe, married and settled,
panied by a younger brother, took pos- one-half of his person through the tl. one or two id !.:s own district, but
session ot the extreme head of a rnimn-' window he hail been enabled to fire i- the others had been h-Inced to waiider
tain valley, and there built the sombre i on -them - they tushed for the hou, o way to the Far West. Hi, is Still
Wiking building now before me. It j aiid he made one of them bite the dtf, Tjk.e! i uw ot ot vurAtinx
las been surmised by many, the con-i Yet, after all, what availed it? T and scarce a lone traveller ever visits
l.njfency to the adjoining mountain was ! Indians would instantly set fire to hiimto w.hom he does not relate the
his chief inducement to settle here, i house, anil th;y would all be but lamentable fate of his lamil y.
alive. . The brothers, therefore,
teetly innocent preparation and mty
betaken witlt entire safety by the
nursing infant all powerful, all harm
less." ' ' " " """"
to Joiic'i the Ilen'rt.
Coleri'lge aumewhere 'elates a story
this effect: "Alexander during hi-,
march into Africa came to a people
slweiling in peaceful huts, who knew
neither war not conquest. G:ild be
ing off-red to hitn he refused it, saying
that his sole object was to lea rn the
manner and customs of the inhahi-
lit jheSciiu.t U. S. an the TiA' Jon
on, 1338. V
Mr. CLAY having ven hi view
at great length, . ' '
Mr. CALHOUX folI.wed. He
saiif he felt' oine indut ement to per
severe in the Course he had heretofore
pursued, by now seeing the conces
sions whicit were prop ised by tlie reso
lutions jiist re4 liy tlie 9-iutor fr . m
K ntucky. Mr. C. how saw it conce
ded, that where the subject was
clearly' uncoutitaiioii.l, the Senate
was not bound t receive a petition.
At firt, the broad ground was taken
that the right of petition wms'so ha
tred that any' refusal to revive a pe
iition,nonuiie,r4t what sibject, a:td,
no mji'Ter how tihjection ib'e its l.tu
'gtiiig-, would bt an invasion of it.
.sow it was rojiceded (hat t.iey wer
not bmnd to , receive" a peiitio when
the suhject of it wa't clearly un.-nnsti-ni
i,nal. Now, as to tlie ainendmeut
olfered by the Senator Iimiii Iveutucky
to tlie bfih lesi'lniioti. lie would
s'ate, in general terms, wh it .was tne
great characteristic lii.Vercnce between
mem. I tie Senator w cut mi the
rintiple that coneession was the way
to wet;- these abo'inoiii-.jJiTjrfjtrnS.
the other hand, went on tlie ground
hit we have no safety Hut in standing
jast on- our, rights. Wnat was, th.
s'ate of tlie question? The ai dilionists
te' you, in so many words, that their
O 'jectis toa'j.ilish slavery in the D s
tr.ct tif Columbia as bjt otie step
jowards fi ial abolition in thu States.
Wiilmhis n'lject avowed by the aboli
tionists, what do duty and polit y dc
oiaod on our part? We see the end;
and that, if it can be effected, it would
be our destruction. Shall we yield,
or stand last? llut is the question.
If we yield an inch, we are gone. The
Sir; I rrgret fWt w jlisgreej.tiut '
if, Tieeiij; dangVrto the Untoa. I p'
warnwg or it, .am I, therlai.e-ig.iiiit,t
the Union? It is tne da'y f he sen
ti heL la waffling nf dwiet a a'Ccyf
ding y,T say 1 belie.tn. r ia iarigiri
a'd I ask whether this how a spirit
o'enniily? Sir, im Senator can. be ;
more deeply, enthuiaiii-ally'd-rted .4
io our institutions; and I show' my "at-" .
ia hmetit when I believe therr i dan
ger, bv announcing it, ? Ii is the i nly
m ule in which I cai show it, "and " no
denunciation shall det r mr. 'r"TT"
Mr. CLAY. The .Sena t of : .himself '' .
wns the first lo speak ot a radical "tl.H
f'-rence between him and tne on aU
subjects. We set out.jnJififtgetJw
but in his opinion the Bank V'f-1- the IJ-
nited Slate cut asunder the last chain '
be: ween us. We were toy the r in
'98. and si ce then we have tken Ion ' -'
vovages; hut whi her slid thi incidef -of
9j cany him? into what pri?-
I'hev earned ine ioto the prt'- in
wh ch I always anchor- the port of
:he Union tin- whole Union wjthv
ut the serration frin it Of any liienv.
The Senat ir chns to rr peat what
is no novelty, but has U-en often sug
gested on this floor, that I hav rhan- '
g l my opinion a to a Bank of Ihe U-
niteil S'ln'e's. .
1 Mr Calhook. I accused li!mbf
far he was a remarkably, keen hunter.
There certainly were more wolves and
panther in that'tictnity than in any ei
ther part of the state, besides an abun
dance of elk and deer, with a great
From ColerhljjcV I.ecturei.
mediately resolved upon the faun
quitting the premises, and making I
the woods. But this plan was near h is a general, but as it appears lo
fatal to the whole na-tv! for before tin , .ui..ti..
- a 1 -- j 7 j hit-, a iiiiiiai- ..j. . i..r.i, ... ...
variety of other game of smaller note, j had crossed the slight hollow id Jroirtjliary dreams, we jndre the objects
x nev uio not tievoii; hum tunc iiu me woous tne 1 wo urouiL-i aiun iiiii f ,1 . 1 en v. our oruuiarv il reams.
r .1 . . 1. . ' . . 7
sively to hunting; for when they had
resided here some half-score years,
they had managed to clear away forest
trees from a few acres of land, suffi-
"cient to grow more grain than the fam
ily would consume. About this period
tiiey were awaited on by two Indian
warrior of the six nations, who in
formed the Larners, that if they va
lued their own jajety, , they most . .tin;
-Mediately fly from the abode thev had
so long inhabited. .This piece of in
telligence, which was deliverd with
much apparent laneriTy, was at the
ti-we but little heeded, for although they
en' il by the Indians who had occasion
ally rikited them; they ha I sometimes
ujed a li tic caution when they suspect-
of the children. fell lo rise no more.
as tu tne nignt-mare me
to a considerable extent
tall powerful Indian, who pursue! !llst iiut the iik'ht-msre is not a
The eldest son was singled out by
him across the field of growing ry m(.re ,ir,.am. but takes nlace w hen the
They were each armed with a rHM Waking state of the brain is recomuien
but neither of them stopped to fircig BuU moToTfen during a rapid al
Young Ltfrner, perceived that the Itemation, a twinklin, as it were, ot
1? - 1 1 . i ' a !.!" . . . . a 1 .1
uian ganieu rapuuy u ion nun, tor ni,. ee.) uir and wakinu:--while either
or l rom
knee had been slightly injured by rnMi
balLkMhuught4yMUulf,iif a.,straiagytran?em-nt in, the Jtuinach or oilier di
which ultimately saved himt Some Op.pS,jve lt;ran5, acting on the external
the party near the house were yet oflgjn (wl,jc, U mill ia sympathy with
casionally firing at the fugitives ththe stomach and bowels,; and benum
made for the woods, so young I.arne(u;n, it. the sensation sent up to the
fore him for judgment. The dispute
was this: The one had bought of the
other a piece of ground which after the
purchase was found to contain a treas
ure, for which he fell himself bmnd
t- piy. The other refused any thin;
lU'atmz that when he sold the ground ,
he sold it with all the advantages ap
twrMla.Mneiulil which it might
be f'.and tn afford. SaVt tW thief,
looking at fn one "ynu have a son,'
and to the other, "you have a daugh
teri let them be ...mimed, and the
treasure be given as a dowry," Al
exander was astonished. 'And what,'
sard the chief, 'would have been, the
decision in you country?' 'We should
have dismissed the parties. " said Al
exander, 'and seizde the treasure for
the king's use.'. And does the sun
shine in your country?' said the chief;
'does the rain fa'l there? are there
any cattle there which feed upon herbs
and green grass?' 'Certainly,' an
swered Alexander. Ah,' said the
chief, it i for the lake of these iuno
cent cattle that the Great, Being'ner.
mils the sun to shine, the rain to fall,
and the grass to grow in your country.
The worU hath not yrt learned the aong that
. the anjjreli wiiiic at the advent of the Moiah
inn cars: oiranger yei i;iai iney
j;.. ;n.i..il. ; it,, m um .1 J e i ' -...i who linve known tlie b.iptiain ol tlie Spirit alionlil
dtan instantly squatted .0 the giain alare .M (.Mltl as to b toeicly equivalent . n u ' ,n ' ,.Bmhem.
8o, being apparently suspicions u t0 ,ie 8Pnsatiou given by simple touch, ;..Paace po earth, e.iod will tome,,!" Wbeu
some trick in Ins intended victim; bui.. wi)en anuther' persons hand touches ! will thi fearful inconwtency end! Not while
as if he had received his tleath woutilbl.am uv duble touch, lhat iJwhejlU!i?ASJS,
fdXamgst .Ui 4ali frrAiii, - T s upoaTtOMi
tants. 'Stay with us,' says he c.hirf,
1. PirT Tc . rlvery erouud 0.1 which we .trucked to
this uirervieW rrtT African 001,- ,, et r
.wo o, nts sunjec.s urougn a case ue- . . . . f -. .
r-- - - .1 1 .
the second, t ie t'nr.l. an I every inter
mediate one till the last is coiiuiuma
ted. 1 he first is to yield the tlgtn
if petition and to-discuss the subject
with the ubolittsts, in order to appease
tl.eio, and to stop agitation. This the
.Senator from K.etuuckv Mr. Clat)
urge on us, whi li he tells hs would
liave a happy effect in qiiietim the
U'uiatic feeUni. . D ies lie iiut,se tut.
ifAve snoUid liaveTWe filly to make
this concession, we will be next urged
to yield to - the aloiitioinf,.l4t cry in
tuis Oi-ttrict on the very same ground?
We will be told that there are but J.
000 slaves in the District, and if we
yivlif - to so small a Teqn est, all will be
quiet. If that be conceited, we will be
oext-tuld we must yield to the ob di
tion in 1 he Territories, and hen to
the abolition ot what they call the
slave trade between the States, and,
finally, to abolition in the States.
At every "step they would become
stronger, an I we ueaker, if w should
be so infatuated as to make the Tnt
concession; ami the I Senator Iruin Ken
tucky, at each
be able to read j
hail just read, Irom sows wqll-iuteii
tinned but weak individual from the
North, tflling us, ir we would only
yield the immediate point at i-sue, u'l
win ua qiiitTTaiid ih at our cau-e wou
be s'reugtheiieil. rso, lucre never wa
en a party ol Indians were any where 1 m a short time he raised himself uiiot., Ambition atallu like a demon oer earth, crush
in the vicinity. his knees, in order to scrutinize thfl '1'he mind therefore, w! ich at all in 'ho grass and the grain, and Miffhtintr hud
One day, shortly afier the visit of the , place where young Larner lay, wheij,;me ' wi,, 'and without our distinct "JW'",'"- Not while the fierce yell or ilav
twd warriors, the voun.M-r of the broth- t .,. fJll..w. who had b,en ? . r... ring out upon the ,r. and the feUocks of
ir " .l -- - - - c HikCiouMiexs, i"i uu i hi horse diip -wilh blood and hrama, hoof.
ciumeu irom an excursion on ie ranging ins piece lor sucn an occatome uutwani cause from every irnpres
mountain, with the somewhat startling sion, fired atthe Indian and shot himL;on fr0II, without, aiid which in sleep,
intelligence that he had crossed, in his in the brain. "Tie did not w uitky ai, f t()e imaginative faculty con- j mting the horrid fabric with Wood and tears.
ay down, the trail of ap-Ifldiaii party, I to reload, but, in spite of the soreness ...', its iud'ements respecting the I The red rain of (utile shall beat upm) many a
ndlhould judge , its appear-1 of his knee, he pu.hed for the woods, Le int.. personal image, ageing f j
a.nierao e. lie turtner stated, that Once behind a shelteriuff tree, he re- :.,. Uv il nnt fTnsrience .h.n h.n,t in fhiv aifitl ilAariaia AVAr ill fir!ji4
ue naii troitK tiiesnmmt of the adjmtij loaded his rifle, and liavingdoiieso, itribu te the painful sensations-'re- hearth, waiting u hear thetep that ahall ueiw
hi horse diip -with blood and
prcaaed from the dying and the dead. Not while
Power ImiKli) 11 h llirono 01 human skulU, cc-
Bat 1 have chang d. resumed Mr. '..
Clvy; and I have changed "with Jh
Munir.yJ.ojts4!4tt-re-td'f Bttkftf-"- ;
the Ij. States, on the . wsnt of consti
tutiooal power, anil. on other grounds.
B it the war rain, then a suspension
of specie payments, and a derange-
mentofthe currency; and the whole)
country cried out for a Bank of the U
nited States. If the country had been i
adverse to a hank in 1 8 16. it could not
have been established If I HM'auiny!h:i:r
led with such a change,. I tlwtik Gt;I 'J :
it is the only ptttivt 'd iialiimal policy 5
which in'the whole of my public life, I"3 7
have changed. ? - j f
er to estatilisii a uaiiK was annulled. '
We were then in habits of the "rent'
est intimacy. 1 was then Speaker ot
the II nise, and he at the heail of tl.t : '
c dnmittee out of whiththe bank gfowy
Never then did I hear from I ..rt a S '
tnnent adverse to the ponerio tho .
Govet'iimoiit toestabUsh a bink andt
when. aftei wanU. 111 conipant with
gxnttrfinan frtmi Virginia. I dieaid .it' 1
tW tbi fii'st u ntuilial sarprisewaa
exprerssed and I -If.
Mr. CALHOUN. The S natop -draws
a feeble Linfetnce OoiMi'!?03L
events id 1816. lie appears igniifanj's
that in 1834 I made te strongest drc
laraiion I could on the sulijei t of the
biiiikiflgsvs'ehi. It stand on record,
and nil man can deny fffnt I was then .
opposed lo the banking svs'rtn. ' ,
iij ti v , , . .. ..." ..1 1 . . .
iir. Lu.i, liiui ne wonni not ron -
trovcrt the g'-ntlenun, but he had nut .
heard hitn , - ' r . v -' -', ;;-:
The Kena'e i'i n ad.nrtied. : 4 .
ftmnutif the-JJtptni'ti, frratvry'i
1 . Qrft "I he first number j ultlh il
in; hill, carefully surveyed the ( rests jh.nl the satUI ctirtn to find that none Aived to a corresponding aent, an aound on the threshold astain; and orphan hall
all around but no cui linsr smoke l ose f iIip .nmvinir Indinna nurmv.l lui ! J . . L. .?.Ki.f.... ,nl. call for thoir alaughlered aire in vain; War, tri-
ul"aJ TO tit rillt tllPIP lllinllltrr hrH4 ..l,.,n,. Ine f ttU nnf .14... . ..C . I.-. I h n . . 0 . . . .
, - h.-J9 biiv-i . r)vuii'ii isi9 ininTi n 1 1 j until ( nun a
neither had he heard'the r port of lire-(younger brother, and two sisters-
while others were in puruit id las
rm ilunni the whole day. To those
c(uainted with the subtifity of the In
dian character, this report was some
what alarming.and the lone family dele-mined
' be circumspect in all their
movements. Tlieir arms consisted ol
1'ifee rifles, one used by each ot the
brithers, and the remaining one by the
e dest sua. a stout youth of nineteen.
was agred . that they should keep
Watch during the' night the brothers
nulheepna taking jrby tarnsand
we Bre was extihgusbed before it be
'"' quite dark. , . n
8ome hour, after midnight, and while
the father of the family was keeping
tch, h thought he perceived a bright
ipark of fire advancing slowl y across
the smill niece oliiieadow in thedirec.
tn f the house, and as it cttnt nur-
! I..' ,l!.i- ... . . .. . . . m
u;snnciiy saw part of the DoUj ot
"a4 Indian. There wa nc mia-
, taking the intention of fh inemdiarvi
Md at all wat parched and dry . with
Jhe scorching suns of July? a firt 'one
kindled against thelHne-aeasonedli
Walla, of - t heir .jl welling, the whole
mother and elilest sister, who had suc
ceeded in reaching the woods. ,
For two nights he continued to wan
der in tlie forest, but during the day'
he remained h'dden in some hollow
tree. -At last hungered and weary he
reached a distant settlement on the
river Delaware; the inhabitants jif
which immediately formed themselves
into an armed parry and set off for the
scene ot slaughter. . On reaching the
place": they presently discovered the
dead bodies of nine'Indians, the ttwo
brothers, and th$ -remainder of the
family, except 'the eldest daughtrr and
Mrs.' L. ,1'he two last mentioned, it
was evident, hail been carrieiL oflfby
the surviving Indians for (heir bodies
were nowhere to lie found. 'JW par
ty remained three or foor.daya in the
vicinity of thrae Jlate telnet of blood
but the mother and daughter returned
not, From this period the place was
deserted lor koine years': but the survi-
vitz youitr Larber ma,ri-jfinz. nf and
gt the whole hit wifetwk-p,''un' t ltlsie
litre 1iy t few and Mow! stained dwcltingl The'be
Ion, the impression ol the bed, foej xn blood; and yet the dinciplea of the
A .It'll 1 .1
Cl tains, room OCC. .rcceiveu uvmeeje rnnceoi reaoo wm aiuinner on. jay, mey
irtthe half moments-oMhe opening,
tiltid with and give vividness, to, the
a I s I . L v ..
diiiin imase wnicii returns wnen nev
will be active participator in the wrong;, giving
the continual lie to their constant pro(eiou.
And where will the end be?
i again; thua w unde-Jbe actual deatruction t.orn hotlv wiihin:
neiteniions; ot their immeuiaie ie
liqU, with the phantoms of the Inward
and who is left to' quench those fitrea! Th good
man fuilelh by the way, and the man of peace
faihteth in the street. Engine of death are
question agitated," where the imisi
unyielding opposition' was necessa
ry for success. The d ffVence be
tween turn and the Senator irom Ken
tucky waaas wide as the poles. Tuai
gentlemen was for concession, and e
was utterly opposed tu All concessions
in any shape or tmm: and I or this
reason he was decidedly opposed In
his amendment. It was now too la'c
in the day to go into, tlie subject farther,
and he would conclude by repeating,
what'he had so often said, that while
he was reaily to yield to any mmlifica
tion going to tne mere phraseology, ne
would not agree, und r any circum
stance, to Surrender the principles on
on which they were draw n.'
The Senator says ws-t out toget -cr,
both ii-reeirigtNhn the. Keinu;ky
resolutions. He snys tUere was asejv.
aratioiiHvhen 1 avowed, at thcexlra
session,' the opinion that a Bank of the
United State is Cnconstitutionat.---
But, if 1 changed then, it follows llial
i a id in thi manner an confound
alf wakipg. half sleeping, reason-itarn from the torturedwth and the children
i..r itint we aefnallv do tiass a' of men driva vlgorooly iheir trad ot blood.
pos, ve judgment on the reality of The m of the .nel . unheard .mid the din
r - J , , r, .-.:.. ' of tlie haltle-6eld, and the precept of 111 (ro
whawe eeiad hear often accm-! refifg(HU.nin fa tnZah j nmf. The
pallid by doubt and self-questioning. j.v,ofalaujhtrarenotyetovrprt. The Ode
whlii; as I have inysell experienced of human Mood rtiuatflow till it eaelic the
will It tinira " become stron enouch f-. bridle biw of the warrior' hone. The tiioe of
., Lr..,ifc . wotr. i rnnvinee us the earnial of death basteth on! The feast nt
- VlkAtK tne oMiinnom, amlU,. bye,
vrrtijejnent f various quack tni)i- , horrible banquet! And yet tb disciple of the
einef which are noV tn vogue, all well Prince of Peace shall slumber on. Tbia Utb
hit T in the foltowtng extract from 4 purpow thst is Vnrpowd upon the whole earth;
pufTK a W Cincinnat, .pjpert pnj
singfc pill, worn m each Pc.ktnjparp0l,snd who .hall J-,nnul Itt and Die
he has changed also; I, from a bank to
a no bank man, and he, from a no hank
tn a bank man. These topics have
nothing "'to ""do willi 'the "iuwjcctr but
since he has mentioned my consistency
on a batik, he bring ine to tlie inquiry
as to my consistency. As far back as
1815, I gave myjHipport to the bank.
The Government had received its
is what it is uameiytne n'g"-h hlim. . . ... .,- Ara.A r ij: ,i:. t..r k. it
?. with gore, ahall atag?rr lover hi crimaoned Government mirrht rrceive its notes
rH.- ..t 4iah!.Thrihhalllecoae likslbe valley .. k I ,a t.t. it
UK vnBkf now i m mm
tshtlf Eive earx and elasticity lo the j htu, c- ..roicbed eul. nd. wh shall turn it
tighfest. pantaloon A like qaniiy.ba.li!
wiU create an appeUtfin iht ms de I j "?
licatr stomach, or physic worse, t
Remarkable Phenomenon. A aa
section -aneczaii so4ard occa-
oi 1'iia paper comaiiied an article a? , -
stepr would no doubT ut removal of iW d. po'". V
lust siicli tejVeras he ,M-t!.' wllo.ilijri'totrkeim tlie de. r
airu.ciriin ti 111c i. nr c.i ntjes ; l)ans
were made ept . 251 833:-" '
"1 hie whfl count .i MT0:.f(ly it I the ! lot .
lot, the optrattva, the hieeltanie,- the ortiial , , " '
iiUid qitctliun if lliin kind; !l w an .tHrU-nt ll.ty"
wero tutu that tl.f U tilled Slalea Usi.k wea a.',-.
d-.HvFo 4 ituiiui;-fhiy:-l4jriiuLpu Jia
hunt, and have pu Mid en I w.l purue ii, un. ,
ii!, ni eonie bremliing ptiw-e in the chaM, ihcjr '.
.top to rtxTi and recount the e.il of the d.iv .
and the value and imporlr'n -e or (lis victory
then mny ihcjr (ii.d th.it th -y hare nr$td' '
thtbl lien, wht te't in chtck the tlgn t
trttl tmntUfi it tht. fitrett, tnU that l A -
iltuthhry will oe. la ft, vsp'-trd 4a 4he tlungtr
tmd entity e uuiam.'t ,wh.i fiwrr, trmiy i
atelv, mau Ae ;', 6ut wk$ piiaele viUprnt
finally nur0 fatal 'ttnd dtttrnciivti" . ;'
We hate nrrii-fii at tlii,' lull vt r lica- .. .
tion ofthe foregmnc; prediction the r
Bank is destroyed.-- W hile the public '
moneys were deposited j'fthaf ipstilu-
unit by law (hev were sale. ; Mr. A an
Bureii knew this Amos Kendall knew V
it neitht-f inu'd I av'his, hatfds ttpoii' ,
me penpie s iiuir't- v iii.h use ii tor puriT4
purposes or piiiate pecutaticii-the j, -'.
deposites were" tliercfore removed. -
Millions have iH-rn, lot to the people
by this illegal act an unparulled sv-
fem of plunder has beetHhe result; the
puuiic moneys pun ni in iiiinuTiun
And what is the difference in me now
and Ihciif Then the connexion be
tween the. Government and the bank
existed. "now" it doet nott thatis "the
whole amount of the di fir n c-ljP'ou r
years1 ago,, I announced my dtfrast of
the: V whole Ranking aystenj. .yiHrust
my political life hs been ronslderably
consistent, when this is the only point
l.tl.ma.t ..nil Mia' ' ST-.vV
contrnlleil by, the fltiiiiiltr1tiiirt' liav4,;
vanislieil, aiid v the I a t f it y u r F"t 1. a r
Ctiminonwrnllli Baok'nt Boston 350, r
f)00 of the peoples mniify hare becnX 1
loaned to notorious, party men aud pro-,
bably never will be reent ered.'- '-T.J.r
Jllie deposilea " were ;rr nioveF .16
placet where could be usctlfur;
electioneering olyerts fortlje purpose r
of corrupting the ballotjuo'x tint ensur
ing the electionf id (he present desputio r
dynasty. The object now In view ie ,
to perpetaate power by the jnTamoBt"
iub-lrcasurycheme. ' fflll the people ;1
never awake?- Will they permit their- ;
Senator "and Representatives ; to- be
come the abject followera' of the ad -ministration,-and,;
illow :themvto wbv'f.
mit to every plan or1 project which our ;
rulers for private purposes, may bring 7
forward r Have the people So far part-
ed with their wnJ anvcreignty that T
tiKitn ehl'S'iI1' fits inrAftYiatintt 111 nvl u I it tn 11
MU4lie publk fundi i oiade by one Sen--
lieaT LaVneTwaaintbe BPPe7ilor)ofitidiaoV had mnovVdW away . to I They will lo beTuund 10 fr jrtch ,wtw-anea;o4iard otca-Ulleged fj.ai. r UepubUfunda irmd