Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, August 12, 1842, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated August 12, 1842 Page 2
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PIBIB JKBIBi IWHUJ STATU TICKET. rdn liovunNon, CHARLES PAINE. ron i.ir.ur. eiovnnxon, WAITSTILLJl. ItANiW. ron Tnr..suui:n, JOHN S 1' A U L 1) I N O . SCNATotlS ClIlTTI'.KDr.X COUNTY. DAVID PIIKNCII, TRUMAN OA LUSH A. ADDRESS OF Tim STATU comuTTKi: to tiii: wmos or vckmost. iviu.ow ciTiy.r.ss, Tun State Committee d"cm it their tltitv to address to you a fow words upon the present condition of our rotintrv, with special rofor- enco to tlio important questions, "pnn which you arc called incidentally to pronounce at the approaching clectbn. In its i elation to the af fairs of the nation, our R'llo election is ono nf unusual moment. It v, ill devolve upon the next legislature to elect a I'nited Slates f-'enator not only for the nnovpircl Irrm of the late incum bent, hut for the succeeding period of six yoars, and to district the stale anew for the choice of "eprcfcntatkcs in Cnngrces, nccnid ing to the provisions of the late act of appor tionment. l!y that art, the number of our Itc prcntalivcs is rcdurcJ to four, and there is no doubt, that upon a fair division of the Male, al least throo of the districts, and very probably olso the fourth, would icluin whig members, whilo on the other, a division is practicable' which would render the result in two of thodis tricts, if not certainly adverse, at any rate ex tremely doub'.fub If, through tlio remissness of the Whip:", our opponents are buffered to carry the election, the representation of Ver mont in the Sonale, and perhaps in tlio Ilnnso of Representatives, will lie equally balanced, and the vve'eht of the slate in the national councils, whoic wo have so lonp; maintained a uniformly consistent and elevated position, will bo annihilated. An honorable pride, were other arguments wanting, ought in incite us to pill forth the most vigourous exertions in the defence of a poM, which Vermont .'.Lo.n ha never abandoned, and a forties', which could neither be stormed by the overwhelming popu larity nf a gallant snld'er, nrr sapped by the in trigues, or won by the Mratngems of his wily successor, ought not now In be yielded to the assaults of nieiccnarics, who light without a leader or a flag, and ral'y upon no common principle but that of hostility to the policy of fostering the industry and improving the physi cal resources of our country. According to the lest vote of 131(1, the Whigs possessed a majority of nearly two to one, hav ing cast more than :W,000 out of tlio 130,000 votes polled at that election, nor is tharo any doubt that your actual iinjoritv is as large at this moment" Tlio power thou is untpicslion nbly in your hand', and it rests with you to say whether, because a mysterious d-spcmntimi lif an inscrutable providence lia, for tlio time, de prived von of the well earned and ati'.-iouslv expected fruits of your sigml triumph, yon will The people therefore, by tlioir icpresontativcs, inayjusiiy rolitso to bo i?enorous to tlio throne, until the thiotio w ill bo just to them. Hut hero, whole executive officers are not the rulers, but the servants of the tclfgnvcrniii!i people, all public obligations mo the obligationsof the law. making power residing primarily In the people, mm uuiu.iihih in uiuii repicscniauvcs, ami the n itiou, not tho evocative is cl.argo.iblo for tlio breach of Iho public laith. To icfu'c to tlio cxucutivcthcrcforc such pecuniary supplies as are requisite for maintaining tlio public, credit, and fnlh'lling tho obligations of tho nation, would be a step which nothing but the oxtroincst nee. essity could justify, and which should not bo re sorted to until all her constitutional means have failed. The true remedy for these evils is that pointed out by the general sense nf the whig parly, mi amendment of tho constitution, which rb.ili foibal the re-election of the same itidi idual to the highest office in tho gift of Iho people, and shall restrict the exercise of the ex. octuivo cto to iho limits contemplated by tho Iruo thcoiy of our lepublican frame of govern uietit, u hiclnb'claies all power to bo derived Irom the people, and Ihat its exercise ought til. ways to be a true exponent of the will of tho people. Another point, which ban been, and at any ordinary juncture, would continue to boregaid od as of surpassing and vital Interest, is tho great question, whether thu regulation of tlm currency shall bo loll to the individual and dis- cnrd.mt action of the coioral stales to which the rotrtituiion, by restraining (hem fi-nn inning bills or credit, seems to have denied all power on the uuhject, or whether tho national govern, inent shall bo charged Willi the duly of prov i ding a unilorm ciiciilating medium for the whole people of tho ti.tmn. Too exploded and v iniotiriry dreams of the suppression of every spoc.e.s of p.ipor money aro I ejected by the whirrs, and they concur in ho!dinr it to bo tho right and duty of Congress to provide a safe, uniform, and convenient representative c.urren. cy, in hiic.h quantity and form as, with a proper amount of specie, will suffice for transacting tho internal commerce of iho country, and furiesh a suitable medium of exchange between parts of the union. Hut besides these groit questions, there is another of co absorbing n chaiactcr, ami of such immediate and urgent impoi lance, as, for the time, to swallow up all tho rest. It is the vital quest, on of annul, as well as theoretical and practical, independence ol fore:-'!! nations. IT,,. on tins point, the Whign ol iho north aru unani mous. I oey are areed, that ennrnarco and mamif.it-tures should he so regulated, that (ho former shall yie'd a revenue sufficient for the wants of an m onrtmral mlruiuistrntioii of ihc government m 111110 ol peace, ami Ilia latler shall emancipate us Irom a humiliating depend anco on Iho workshops ul F.urnpe, both in peace ami in war. n wb are tojudgo our oj-pmients by their prarlire, rather than by r heir pn frasiom, we shall tint! I hem to bo crmallv unanimous ui). on the other side of this great quest i'm, and to iiu Mi-winy nminig ai mo prostration ol every branch of donicstie ii'dtisnv. iIip nder'i,m nfiim principles ol ficc trad", and finally at the sub-ti. tution of d i or l taxation, with all iis inevitable corruptions and abuses, fur the systoiu ol duties upon foreign trade a system comtm;iii!ed lo us by tho light of experience, not only as vaMlv more cc.iiiouii.mi ami less burdensome to the (it n'.on luit as altoi.dod with incidental advantages ol incalculable importance. In tho infancy of our lppublio it nppars lo uaiu rn.i.11 h jjrnm generally conceiloit, that tlio encouragement ol domestic manufactures was an object not only or tan h ghost ultimate im pnrtiince, but completely wnhin the scopo of the legitimate ptnvcis of Cougrr.is. At lint period nw,.oii;i, uic )nysicni resources o-our country wore wholly undeveloped, i!io quantity of raw imtcrial for any brunch of demos,: to in.lustiv then piotl.iced, or cisily prodtt.'iUc, w js vei-v ...ii ... i.i . . i , . . wiimi;,, aim nimnst me Whole mil-plus capital ol urn unions UR-. e";!.igeu in i it iso mercantile enterprises, winch the w.u.s succeeding Iho Trench Revolution, by thro'v in the comin rcc oflhe world into tl.o hands Oi till! Aliif.;i...in., now lay down ysur arms without a struggle, j iho only no .train- Lad rei.dmed so I lenitive. and surrender to aloe who yon well laimv gives no quarter. Tiut we appeal not to your pride only. There aro yet higher considerations, and more urgent motives winch demand of you sacri fices as great, and exertions as spirited as those of lb 10, the ineinniHblo year of emancipation, when you, with your brethren, administered to your rulers the sevores', condemnation and the most humiliating rebuke that over a free people inflicted upon a weak and profhgn'o govern ment. Our pride indeed, both national and in dividual, has been humbled by the judgment of Providence, by the trcacheiy of there in whom we -ti lifted, and abmo all by the ciowning fahameof that national public and private hank. ruptcy, which the whole cntemporanenus ciil- 1 h s f-ouivo of profit being cut c'X, ami our nal.cduesB lully exposed by tho war of when our ow n govet.nnent was rcJucud to tlio shameful neLCbsitv of ivirelnsiiia il.o bl.iiike' for our Irnops from our ntorconaiy cnenn', and oven of winkina- at the vio'ation of our own rcv- ; omio laws, m order to encourage the trader lo U..I.I, l i i i wii me nuLitiiuuiii M9II1.I1I coinriicrco .viiuauos til coumry, in impplyiug ns with theso nod other neco.- arse, tho eyes ot a'l sound states men r.iul atu'e . .ipitahstn wero turned to the practi.'dbiiii) r.r.d e I'diuury of makii.g Amer ican capita', lab uir and skill stipp'y in with 'hi-ie .uticiV-, fur which tho raw mai'cia! could bo furnished abundantly, and advantageously to the producer Irom our own iores'.s, mines, and iscd world, and all po-lerii, wiil associate witli I tieUs. the administration of Martin Van Huron, in i i. .;. fin(ln ,.i,;. , i.r..i : i . . .. -.. , v . ,,w ...VI . t U.b 111 I, . I'Jtll uxi r.C tl.n W.T.lU .t, their trno and obvious relation of cause and effect, lint, however our u-ii!e may hue been mortified, our dvty to our country and to our Felves requires us lo rouso every latent oner gy, and to re-enter the field with a firm and unshaken resolution to leave i', only as w a last retired from it, triumphant and contented. Let us then eurvry tho general questions in vohed in tho contest', the ground we have Ink on, tho position oci np'od by our opponents, tho chances and lowaid of nieces,-, and the possibilities and ruinous consequences of diifcal, and consider, wb"' her between hope and fear, wo hac not sulVn-iont motives for oxcrcising the het energies of a people who are, and arc rosohed to be, free. The experience of a single year has demon strated to us Iho unsufpected truth, that our national constitution admits of a construction, which enables the chief cocutive orTiccr to com ert himself inn a dictator. It is insisted by the advocates of cnnsol djtion, that by tlio nso of Ihat most odious proiogati'.o of royalty, the un, for the tyrannical o.'orr oof which, in " refusing his assent lo jut and tiecc-sary hws," Ci'cnrge III was declared to have for tutted all claims to the at'eg ame of his Amer ican subjects, tho President may lawfully con trol all congrotr-ional legislation, by prescribing the conditions on which only his assent to law.-, not only of obvious expediency and urgent ne cessity, but most indubitably demanded by tho people, may bo purchased, u hue it is ceitam, on tho ono hand, that tho framore nf tho Con stitution never designed to entrust to tho Chiuf Magistrate, a power so poi teuton.--, it mut, on other, bo admitted that tho eercifo of the Presidential negative is not sulliriently limited by that instrument. The groat staiepinun who concurred in the formation and adoption of our framn of government, familiar not only with the theory of tho Untisb constitution from which tho Kxcctitivo veto is borrowed, but with the his. toryof Hritieh legislation, did never anticipate, that an American republican president would dare, thrice in ono year, to overrule tho do liberate judgment of tlio People and their He. prCEcnlativcs, by an art of prerogative, upon which even tho-' llrilish King has ventured but onco in two centuries. Tlio veto power was intended rimari'y toon able the president to prevent the excu-cUo his legitimate executive functions from being in vaded by Congress, and it is thoreforo not log islative, but (.imply conservative, in its nature. It is said fuither, that it was designed also as a check upon has'y and iiiconsidoralo legislation, nut ino iiocirme, mat ine excciuivo is a cn-or dsuatoaud eciual branch of tho lavv-makimiiow or is a heresy of theso latter lime--, and recent vonts have shown, that it is as daiitroions hk it is novel. Tho restraining of the eecutivo veto within fcafo limiti. U ono of tho reforms n'mod at by tho whig pirly, and in connexion with Ibis, they aro agreed m tho expediency of restricting io eligibility of the executive lo'n single torn?, ti d thus removing tho temptation to devoto all ' powers of the station to tho one object of 1 1 Hiring to tho incumbent a second election " evil which experience has shown to he nmoivf most formidable in our political systoiu. " I ii tho limited monarchies of Kurope, tho leg. ' 'lire has tho power of controlling and cooT ' the executive, by refusing supplies, and is a moms to which Iho legislature may v resort, because, according lo Iho theory of ovcriiments, all ii.il tonal responsibilities 'i -c, not of Iho peojde, hut of tho ruler?. uusv oi me m.,nn, inai im climate, meimmrv capita', local advan'aj.s, ami abny all, the free llli lllniOli.. O! illu i'l'lill.'l. uu'um U"0 liidl fcUC- iiuii ol'lho uu.oii adnoidudrfdvaiitaooveroveiy o.her, in pro-ceutiug i;)vJ various- hra'ic!is o productive iudu'.ir-, a;,d it was npprciiciidcd, that the power, vvealtli, and pnj,u!i.tioi) ol the free btates nitlit cuu.-uinotitly be iiicioased to s-.ich a degree i. lo counterbalance Iho unjust odiBirao whicii was loo readily yielded to tho Kouth, m the original D 'j.ii-'iiieiit ol tho baisof rcprctsoutitiioii, Coinstituiioijil t-cruploH wore ..o-.v siigg.te l and men began lu speiula'c, to doubt, and to theorise, upon iho khv or ol Con gress to fei .ml any other than incidental proloc lion to unuulacturcs. This question has been ful y douaiod, and all norihern wh'gn regard it us settled, upon principle as well as precedent, beyond tho reach ol future civil or dispute. The Mouth nuverlhelefs, mid lha whole opposition lurtv in Congress bi.il I douvtho power oi i-peci- he protection, uiu in ':"ner,il, even th it nf hnpiw. mg disciimu.atiiia duuc with a view to proicc- tiop. Tho issue then between us and our oppo-nen:.- is simply this ; .Shall our own citizens bo allowed (o supply us with such necp.sarics as our boil, chin.ite.'a'nl coiidilion enable us lo prndiiro ndvaiilagi o.i'y, or oh ill foreigners white theiiiseivoK ielus,ugto purchaso fiom us any thing but the law inaiorinl lor manufactnr- oig, ou uucouragoii io supplant ns in, our own markcls with wares which Iho cheap labour ol an enslaved, crowded, and ttarving population enable them lo sell at lower prices than ran bo alliil ded by lho.o who pav the laborer a fair ami huliost price for the sweat of bin brow J teUaU we lax the laltour of foreign innnnfir. tuiers, when thuy unfeit us with thu prodiic. tionsof thuir workshops, or slnll we oursulvus be taed lo support not only the pauper labjr cif, hut the pimpeied p.-olates and pensioned tordiingsol jngltiKl ! 'I he sagacity of Ilngland is ever on the watch in discover whore, rrom the want of mechanical kill, of tho raw material, of local facilities, andabovo all of legislative protection, her man. ulacturcsm.iy bo madj to compete with, destroy and supplant those of uthor nations, ami le 'isla- tion is lui ely bai inced, co as on linj ono luud to afihrd thj most Jj.mral cncouiagoiiiont to manufacturi, and on thu other lo make those ni.inufiictn.-rs contribute Iho lnnrpt anioun', loh by direct mid indirect taxation, to the national i offer. Those branches, ihoroforo, of uianufacluring industry, which havebet-nfos. terod, until they have outgrown the w int ofdlrccl lpgi!ativuaid, aie heavilv ta-.t.:l. Inn sr-ilnl,.,1,. (ftianlod agiiiit fmeign (mpetitioii, while thuso less lavourod by local circum-.' nice.-., or having ....I- ... , uuimu nun in iurn,g(i markets, are not on.y protcied from co'iipetitiou at hime, uiu iii-ir,m oi ueingiaxed, arc oiiC.iura"ed bv iho disiiibutum o hbeial houolios. No "article ... ..i man iiisoiiiaciure ih said in our m irketi) winch has not either paid a lux to the llrilisff'i government or lecoivcd a bounty from it. Kvory American, therofore, who w e irs a cait of Uriti.h cloth, or glazes his windows with llrilish glass, husoi'ther contributed not only to fill thu purse and swell tho prido of the lhiHish manufacturing capitalist, but to supply" the I.ngheh Tieiisury vvilhlho means of ponsionitnr a bloated aristocracy, or ho has roeoivotl a bribe in tho shape of a reduction of pries, for aidni" in the ruin of his countr.,. n, and the huiinlu'. lion of his ceiimrv 1 When wo renounced our alb gianco to tlro.it llrita.n, and proclaimed our purpo. oto lake our tation amuiig free and enlightened n.i'ioti'-, we rharor.il jt upon the mother country as n prin cipal grievance, that she claimed and oNcrci-pd tho power of imposing upo.l us arbitrary taxes without our own consent. Prom W tyranny, we vindicated ourselves bv the sword, and shall we now tamely yield t political strategy what wo denied to a" claim of right ! Hut wo have neither time nor ptiro to pnrstio the argument further, and hannilv it is not noccssiry, for every w hig is already propirou in aumir, tuai the initnepiate adoption til a laritt oi tunica an. collate both to (ho wants of tho government, and lo I lie protection in nomnsuc iiiousiry, is a measure imperiously demanded by our national honor, and our dearest interests. And it is no doubt true, that tlio moro intelligent mrmbers of tho party, which basso long ntul so rutli lesslv -waired unon the interest of the Ameri can labourer and producer, do know and pri vately admit the truth of Iho principles for which wo contend, but it is a melancholy proof, that tho bonds of Ihul party are Rtroiitiertinn (he lovo ol country, or even than enlightened scu- mtercM, when wo find tho satin per-ons, labor, ingwith unwearied seal, and rerklecs misrepre sentation, in tho support of a faction, which is pledged hoyotidthc possibility of retreat, to hos. tililv airainst overv thina boarins the semblance of liberality pr oven justice to tho mechanic- and the tanner. Intlie lace oi me tact, mm. nj me rhnh nf the srlf.shibJ .' mrrrn'tc rr;rrmt''rlwn in Ciwgrcit, bit oxi: ivasj found to rob-::'-s HONESTY AM) INW.rr.Nfir.NI e ES0U0I1 to ntnsT Tllr. TKAJi:ll-.T.S OF I'AI'.TY, AND I.N THE I.ATF. VOTP. ON TUT. TAI11IT, TN OUT. 1113 Voir': 101 !T.(Tr.rTio, tho onpo-iilion pipeis havo tho a--suratice lodeny, that the party, as sirh, i.' np pjod totlio fostering of American industry I ! I Nut a leading opposition editor or politician in the Union, lint may bo convicted, out of bis own nioulh, of the nii.st rancorous hostility to the principle of protection, and now, upon Iho eve of an important clectin-i, the relentless and porsevcrinir opponents of the whole system, are, lor political cfiect, charirip;! its probable duleat upon a party who make rrtoTr.cTio.N their vey watch word. To this piece of political efiYi tsry, the history of parly in this country fur nifhes no parallel. And upon what ground is it that tho whigsaro lobe bold tesponsiblo fortius enormous sacrifice or the public good, upon the accusation of iIiost whoso every public, act belies Ibcir present prole.-sions ! l.et us not be misled by the false issue, they are attempting to raise. The opposilian party and I'm niiti-t.irn'i tjoitlh are agreed in iho principle that emigre.- -connot Icrbla'o directly for the eiicnnr igoin.".l of inanulactures, but wh.it protcc'ion, if any l.e irran'cil, inut bo incidental, and lint u hum upon fore'gn merchandize can bo laid to such ex tent only as is necessary lo supply the deficiency of rovoninj frnm other sources. The proceeds- of tho public lauds, say they, thongh by solemn compact ceded tu tho ceneral government, f' tru.it far the smral Stales, are fust to be appro priated to the wants of tho government, and du'ics arc to be so adjusted, fiom time lo time, as to supply tho dcfi. it. If, as in lfcKKI, (a con lingoncy by no means improbable) tho land s ties annum to a sufficient sum to meet the 01 dinary epences of government, duties must cease altngc; boa, and foreign trade become en lirelv unrestricted. Under such a system ol fluctuating and uncertain duties, it must be apparent lo tho challovvcst observer, that no branch of manufactures can be sustained for a moment. Thro are few manufactures (and we take that of our great staple wool, as amir illus tration,) in winch a session of Congress will not usually intervene between the purchato of the raw nntenal, and its preparation, in a iinuu I'dCtm-ed s'ate, for market. Upon the priuci pies of our opponents, it will be tho duly ol Congress to modify the tai iff according to the nioceedsuf Iho land sales of the current vcar, and 1I10--0 aro never known until the heads of thedsparliuent inako their annuil report lo Con gress. The price of cloth, lor example, must !o:i9nd upon tin action of tiie session which is 11 : loti b.'t.veen tho p.ir-lia.j ot tlio wool ami i'ia sileof the cloth, and upon what principles of .-iilculation shall tho pioducerand the man ufacturer fix tho price of wool, if the value of Iho cloth is to ileiioml upon Hie unccitnin cmi tic 'encies of tl.o u:.i:i mis of Congress upon tho wants of irovoriiinent I l ie adoption ol this nr'iicinle would nut it into llu po.ier of any loreiJjii nation, poo'Oc-sing the pecuniary mean and unscrupulous enough thus to u-o Lieut, to prescribe the rati of ilu'ie.', which Congress should lay, and thu, in a single year, by .iiuiler.i'o s icriii-e. to luin irrclnevably, cvei onnuficturing es'ablishnient in tho Union. Thu Hhgli-b and other Kuropean nations enco'irago li.o emigration ol a certain class (o the United Stilos. and thev can easily extend it aim without limit. It would bo an object of sufii cient importance, easily accomplished, and a mode of procedure in stiict accordance with the principles of British political morality, to take up for hor starving popul.i'ion, who are willing lo emigrate, a quantity ot land, ine pnfejus 01 ivlucli would biip)!y our national ire usury lor n yaar or two, and tlut-i saspetu mo uu'ies auo ccssivo uinrpations ti completely lo overshadow tlio wiioio lanu, nun men aro pron' 10 ronsiucr mo nnia mti.t 4rai n" not only ih jiio) jI ziup supremo autbor ily, but as In ui.f. acc.inlm - to llir- 1 1 k and dctusta blc theories otinonari Im al politician.., ihcourecofnll pnvvir. ntul to in-it as unimportant tho o elections, which have not a direct and obvious fearing upon tho question of presidential succession. That ttcry stnlo election has such bearing, it would bo easy to show, but we prefer In rest our npp'al to you upon Cioiinds already siijite .led. Tlio selection of n Sen. ntnr, and Iho maimer in which tlio slate shall l.o dis trict! il for tho (hoicci of Representatives, w ill del r Ininn whether ihn vnlen of Wrmollt sliall bo still heard, mid her weisbt be still f -It in the councils of Ihc nation, or whether both shall lie m ntrali'.cd t tho success oi a parly w hose ptinciples aro those r..:.a Ttbn.ln Islnml will : iiml. by tin- Tim turn l?nt wos rn.,.l,!nnl!nl. nllltl frtf 1 iml t! Ct 10 11 WU3 IU i,t .I..., t. TTn wntilil nsUllCSOLrcnll(i- lit iimi t m tax-navers ol I 1IIIU1 III IHJ lll"l'H 1 11 ihn cnunti v would lio willing to stand Into sheep, nnd siilTur tltcmsolvcsto bo shorn m this manner ! . 11lin ntmstino WHS then taken, ami iUr. Statin's omomlment was carried nycs So, adlv bostilitv to c.vcrv nieasuro which volt In Ucvo to be calculateil lo promote your di ar 'it tntcrc3ts. It is naU n Hi oiibt. Ihat tlio ai vocatcs of l ie w in: principles ofpiotcutioii to ijomestieindiistiy and n tc ihictiou of lliepnvver and patroni'-e nf iho national cecuthe, constitute a vtit maiorilv of the American ieoile, ns well as of thorreeoren nfvermnt. nut il initio neeleet bis nun ilntv. in l-eli.m c unotl tbr victI nnd patriotism nf others, lest another also liou'd relviiiimi him. nn I so both bcili-annoiut d. llinn- jnrilies, l'0vcvtr larje, me inmlc up nf lilt' -idi.al votes, auo every irceninn rMnuiii tro to me y )i' , tc- iiiemlietlniT lint upon n Until e.rr i otitic r e iv franchise may din ml not only bis o n - r iml prosperity but the liberties of bis country thrjuh ull future time. i;. n. iiRinns, i IlAliUV HHADI.r.V. rjlAS'l't'S I'AlItl'ANi:. Plato A. I.. M1UH. O. 1'. fllAN'HI.rn, Com. 1SA1AI1 SIf.VI tt, r.. P. WAl.TOX, Jn. Auwsl 11, 1112. f rethnr, or reduce tliom to such a rate, tint thev ivould no longer nlibnl an olliciont pfolection to any branch of domestic industry These and manifold o'her considerations have convinced lha Wbitr putvof iifx.tili of sufferii.2 protection to bo annihilited or io dueed by the proceeds of tho p ibllc lauds, ll.it (hoy c laim distribution upon tha higher ground of ah..:ricl ri'-ht. The public lands- aro the cquitabla properly of tho sovoral Btates, and not or t ho nation, to winch they were ceiteu in trusi and the pjople of tho States .have a clear and undeniable nirht to reclaim thoir own, as last as it becomes capable of division by sale of the public lauds. Why then is tho Whig party lo bo loniloitneil for insisting upon a right direct ly beiieli.u.il to the pe iple of the states, an 1 the surioiidur of whicii will speedily, though indi rertiv, be fo'.Uovvcd by the inoit disastrous re

ults ! And vol it is upon this ground, and tit's alone ihat yon are charged with tl. ; defeat of tho pro. t'.ctivo sy.teut, our vo'os wnl s icvv, wheth cr von p'.eid -in My to tho accinaliou. I ,ct us now examine the toisoiis oi our op pononls fur resisliiig, oven to tho bacrilicu of that protection of which they aru suddenly become such clamorous advocates, a moasure which np- jears to us to bo ono ot thu clearest expediency. and the most indubitable right. ltlms bren a mcisuru lo m coiiteniphted bv the fi'i.-iils of the late n.liuiitistrnlmn. in purchase the ad hesion of tlio now States to the policy of llu ir parlv, by a donation, by wny of bribe, nf the pubis- laiuU lying w Hum then respective liuiils. Tu ibis nota ble selioino dUti illation U of course fatal, an I the no tori jus faet lint such a purpose is enterniiKd, should be nil additional reason with iho vvhus for ndliLruuu' lo Ihn jrro ni'l Ihey have taken, Hut Iho receuilv nvownl, though now dispumd, hosuliiy of iho sell styled nomocr.'it o party to tho protcetivcpnliey is no do ilit ih,' in. isl iiiniKiititil reason, vvlnrli bus brou.Jii tlio tin tlieni opposition members to net i i toiverl witli tlio South, and the sum ol tho whole in uter i. thai our opponents rosin distribution lor llu very renion that wo urge it, bed -s", na n Iv, lint diui tmtioii iuvnlvf s llu neeo s.tyofa taii.l'nd .'iito not only fur revenue hul for protection. Lei tu man be dceiived bvllio present prof i-'unsol the'j iinseiu puluus iMJti.ans, but let us i'i.lja ihe n by the doe Irines i-iey avowed when they euppos d tliMiselv. k trun?fn ch to net without disituise, and by ill ir consent nflV-i'i! nett m, when fm.ly l.rou;;!it to die test, jVo man, li inifa r with thu tone of the j)ur nala, which ttuporteil ,hn Into rcpmliatcj adiu ninlra Hon, nnd with llie d linles in Oagress, can I nve nny doubt, llml it was tlio ttle( purpose of iho Van Hu ron dynasty, Rn I i still that of Iho Bnmo party to bieik d wn lite iiiati'ifietiirimr classes, nnd of course the pnrlueers who supply tlio manufactures, tnudnpt the syst.-m of fiee in le, nnd to rni1 a rivenu-' tor ibeBuvirtinien', by ihul mosl odious mode, direct tat a ion. 'I'll h niirno"!) Im. boeii nvowej a"nui nn ! anin, by i very landing Van lliiien i tu id. im.l nl- lucist every jn niirnti dciinnoiruti Irom Maine t I.ouiM.m i, nnl llluuell for tlio pie-,em a dilerent set ntirme pies n " piorossd, Jor Hwir, yet the ro'.v or tin- party nevol fitl t prnvo I'ml they nro nl benrt releutloM in tbeir old eoiuily to the true piiuciplos of scll-proiactiaii iniu ivauoirii iiniepeiuieiieo. flnna more. Ifellow-i ill lis, !. not ed nstrnv bv thnfileprteJics and hollow profusions of your op ponents. Jiifsii tiium ov Tiiciii aits. Again re- liiruie ine presetn session oi i,oit(rress, ;r oflhe opositinu in the bouse ofiep s dared to tiiisea voice, or give a vole, protection, that every attempt In n wool Inn nr intituled wilti the irhtgK, urn ii . tea in uteir (iintan -ills, mcinlier, llml buloNi: nifuil 108'Miialivci h to Ilia cause oil rant thuluty mid been I'tm w or-l uiori v. . r tii.u nnd n i I. i il r. leri-ner lo tli 1 a . m 'lu r h i vi y t. 'i-iclun.; i. the nn I liV f . CON G 11 EH S. Elnitsn Julv 1-'. On motion of Mtt. rn.i.- Moltn, the House resolved itself into n Com mittee ol' tlio WJiolo on tlio slate of tlin lTni oti, iiml resumed the consideration of (lie tar iff hill. imp.. is.it.To.vsr.M.t. rose, ami witiitirow bis motion to amend the hill by substituting for it tint reported by the Coniniitleu on jMnmiliirtures. Mil. I'lt.i.MMti: moved nn nniendmcnt, providing (Iml tlio bill shall go into operation on the loth tl.tv nf August next, instead of itfttii- the 30ili tliiv of Juno next. When the hill wits framed, tlioJlOth of Jtinu of the pie- scntynur; but, by passing it iiller Hint tiny, it would niler to the litltli .lime ol next year. iUi:. Cirsiiixo suggested tin amendment, which it was very usual to insert in hills, and which, ho said, would obvintn iho difiictdiy mil (hut was, to inset t tlio words "from and tiftcr ilia passngo of this net." Aller some rcnmihs Irom jMcssis. I'll.l,- miiiii:, An vms, unit Cisiii.Nti, I lie amend ment of tin.' hitler was adopled, and the .imnnilmcut, as umenduil, carried. On motion ol Mn. 1' n.i.Monn a verbal imon' iumit was rntied, stt iking out ti e ivonl "now," tind inserting tin: word "here tofore,'' so ns to lead "thu duty heretofore imposed, &c. iAlit. I ii.i.Mop.r. then olleicd tho follow mg amendment. Sliil.u out tlio secontl article of tho fust suction, nnd insert "On conre wo l, unm.inu'Vtii'-. I i'i- ' " whereof, nl the I.T.t port or pi ice li .on v i " ported to the t'liiud Stnlt", slrdl t "under, per pound, there shnll hi I I at u oi " per cntuiu ad valorem: I'ror''''. Tlx it wl a w . " of difll'icnt ipmlilLs, i f iho same I. Ii" n, n " nartfd ill the same inle, ba''. or ' mil i "nrrifresrale value of the ronl. 'iit-.nl t , . lt , lj , ' paeU.i'ic shnll be appraised by Hi nt i . sat rate exceeding seven cents tier p. i, i,it s il be charged with a duty nf nine ci!s r pji n I : ritlc'l, further, That when wool oi dull rent qi .nit nnd ditlereni i.inds or sorts, is imp irnd intiv ami " bnlc. I ntr. or tine' n?", tho content j of the I) il . Ii " or package, shall be npiraid at the van off "finest or most vabmb'o kind oi -jrt nf w 1, and !' duty ctnrsr d then in nccor an' 'y. l'i '' ' 1 hat d h.iles nf d.Ilereut qtint't. nr c. li i the sitno invoic", ut the tame pr ' tli ' c i In wliolo sttnll tic annraiscd QCLorn1 i ,f ' ) v " tlio bale ol'r'io best quality : ;oe .1 ' 'I i " if nuv wool be imparled, bnv m ( n it t 1 1 " inalen.il or rnpuiiues oilier th ui t i, 'ij I " lontrintr lo lb - flu ce, nnd thu, ti r i o . i v o toyovi-ii c.-rita a . pound, or io , th n. " Hlinll npprnlai) sinrl wool nt bucIi pn -e m, m tl "opinion, it would b no cos' b 1 1 it n t I u i u " id vv.th such dii'l ui' invMiuii . n e "e'enped tin reon in lonforiuMv v ' " I'm ii! '(,", I oat v. on' i.i ' i "boeslin.it I, ns to weight an I v v. I, Ivlrt. 1' ii.i.moiu: ouscrvcii, in t xi in l it- n that the committee, after a ctrefol exmnin tton ot Iho suuii'ci, nmi nn- r u i tin pi r sons who were inleics'i'tl in it, ha 1 conic tlio conclusion to recommend this alt 'ration I'lio object of tlif amendment vv.is ! reduce tlio minimum named in the st'Coml aiticle of the fust section, from 8 cents to 7; and, sec ondly, to prevent tho frauds which have been practised liv introducing wool ol tlillerent hinds in the hair, and also to mix dirt and other impurities with tho wool, for tho put pose til reducing us value. Ileriloiuro tl low-priced wool had been admitted duty fret hut this hill being a revenue insasme, it was proposed to impose a small dulv on it. Mr. WISE said, if ho under tood the amendment, il was lo add 1 1 ps r cent, on the tint v tin course wool provided lor in th hill as originally reported ly the committer 1 he lull, as it now stood, imposed a tint v 5 per cent, ad valorem on wool not exec- d ing 8 cents in value; the proposition hi in" to put a duty of " per cent, on wool not ex ceeding? cents per pound in value ; the ef fect of which was to increase tho duty 14 per font. After an explanation from Jin. Fji.i.jior.i:. Mil. Citstuxn moved to amend the amend ment, by striking nut the words "on iron nnmanvfacturi tl, the value irhcnnf al the last jj'irt or pi nrr frnm whrnce. ci.portcd lo the. United States, shall he. seven ants or itrulrr per pomitl, there thall he levied a tin til of fire per nnl, ad valonm." His object (Mi:. C. slid) was, at u proper time, to move that wool ol tho value ol eight cents per pound, and under, should ho admitted duty liee. I his description of wool had heretofore been impoitc.il freo of duty ; and, under tin; compromise acl, many inanufac ttnies hail sprungup, inirticulaily in his sec tion of thu country, nt which the course wool was used. These, ho said, would bo mate rially injured, if not ruined altogether, if this heavy tax should ho imposed on com so wool. After snmo reniaiks from Mn. Evitunrr in opposition to Mtt. Ci'suixo's amendment, the (piesiiou was taken on it, and it was lost. Mti. Ri.aih: moved lo amend tho aniend mniit, hv striking out seven cents as the price of the wool, tiinl inserting six cents, and offer ed a few remarks in support ol his motion. His principle' argument was, that coarso wool was imported from lluonos Ayics, which could ho sold cheaper than that of Ameri can growth, -Mr. IMCKEN'S said that, as this was mi important principle, n Imnhl hko to have it distincily siitf'd. Downs at u I lo undi'i-.sland vvh r this hill was intetfib il for revenue ty tho protection ofloc il in terests. Ilpr understood tho gentleman frnm Xin J0o, wo were to protect our wool growers from the rnmpcliliou of thoso of llu enosAyies; and he should like to know, il this amendment prev, tiled, whether the chair man of tho Commiltfo of Ways nnd Moans was prepared with anolher amendment, in creasing tho iluly on coarse woollen cloths, anil oilier iiianuliiclures, so as to cover this increased duty on coarso wool TV I.. 1.'.. . , . j'ni. i ii.i.Moni: repining m Km negative Mu. Tii.i.iM.iiAsrsnid that he woldd oiler an amendment in (hat effect. .Mr. PICKENS. Well, the gciitlnua sides, these coarso wools arc mantitaclumil inloar- tiehw ini-'.tlv used hV the pooler clns es. loii u I', pric ol tlio raw m,i' run, nly, tho price ol ihe if the n, i ,il irt i, r i ih .'iii ; and th is tin cla-s i . icturers, iiiechaiiics, and I i oppressed, instead of relic v "1 ofa measure equitably to , ii seemed to liitn to he too nn tor of the vvliolu hill lo aid tholirgn ni in..: ictui ing capitalist and tlio producer ol tii" raw material, at the expense oftho sm t!i i n anufacltirers, mechanics, and laborers. And it would have to bo material ly ciriiu ' ' get his support. .s. iiiom I to stiibc P'tt j, :i"ii it., us tin duty on u Milan I "' nt e ce (I." in Vol ' s c ' 11 i etc I, tut r s n. d Yl'e 1 wotil 1 r man n ennti .ii. of hi ion . olhei s, v. ed. An I, ii raise rcu in1 nun h the ( ! ?.;tt. ( it"- r. , tin - r pi r t ii'hd iijH 1 " iH 7 H . 1 ,1 iiMHHHBiSSSitjiB "I.. Ai.t r. replied. Tho am ndinent was ne"alivcd. Mr. lln.iNi) IIu.i. mot J lo amend the iicndment, hy striking out tho first clause jf the amendment, nnd inserting tlio woius it nil iinni iinn ficlorod wool, a tint V of 4 cents per pound, and 20 cents nil valorem. After some toniarks fiom Mr. I ii.mouu. Ibis motion was leiucted. Mr. Samson Mason moved to strike out nine cents nor pound, and insert 30 per cent. ad valorem, and addressed tho committee in support of the aitriitlmeiil ; iiml, after some rcmaiks from Mr. Ltxx, llio amendment was agreed lo. Thu question was then put on Mr. Fil moie's amendment as amended ; and it was iijitmI (o. Tho next clause imposes a duty of 40 per rent, on till manufactures of wool, or of whicii wool shall be a competent part, with certain exceptions. Mr. Joseph It. I.c;i:r.soi.t. moved lo strike out " hosiery" from the exceptions, so as lo impose a duty of 40 per cent, on that article. Mr. Fn.Monr. opposed the motion, on tin; irround that tin.' at tide lieinir so light, smug gling would render the amendment ineltcet ual : anil, After some remarks from Mr. Iv.i:u- 'it in replv, the question was taken on the i.i i-1 i, n, .nnl It was rejected. Mi. Ciiiiti moved to nnn ii.l the same clniM' hv sirikit.L' out 40 percent., and te- iiin: ii duty id' 7a cents a square yard ; , 1 a Mi' --e.l Ihc committer! in m ,,' art ol In motion. His pi incipal object vv.isto prn- rl Ihe ruveiiue, by preventing no- lli". fl r some remarks from Mr. En mjiii. in ,ipt silion to the amedmciil, iMr. CooiTii of Georgia inovi .1 to ami nd the amendment ol Air. Ctishtn.', by stnkp g out 7" cents per square yard, and I scrtii g 10 per cent, nd valorem. .Mr. I oope-rs lid tlio ill proposed to allow line ch.tlis to conn1 in on a duly of 10 per t ent., while coarso cloths were made to inv -it) Her cent. t Mot a short colloquy between iles rs. ( , in rand I' illmore, the question was tak- I, .iml the niotion was rejected. Mr. Tii.i.iv.ii.isr moved lo aim nd the ameiidnieiit hy inserting 30 percent, id val orem, nnd Ira cents per square varel. i lie imei ltiK-nt vv.is rejected. Mr. lir.ii.us moved that tho coniniitTe-'f' rlst-' whiili niotion was can led. S veil! b.'Jls from tho .Senate vvre t iVi up an l r a I tlie lu t nnd seeon I it n i; tu irnttly telcired, tiller which, The I! Jitse adjourned. UWbitrv. Wrif 111. i ouna 22. H Messrs. rchtr, Pariovv, Hates, H.ivard, Uhoale, (vinyton, Conrnd, t'r.ifls, Crtltend n, Dayton, l.vans, (.ra. Iiant, Huntington, K..rr, Mangum, Mcrriek, Miller, Morchead, Phelps, Porter, Hnnmons, btnith oi Indi ana, Sprague, Talhnadgc, White and Woodbndgc, ii(5. AllbTAT -Mr. Henderson, who would havo voted with the nays, and 3Ir. Ucrricn, who would have vo ted yi a -so that, in a full Senate, there would havo U n four majority in favor of adhering to tho policy of Ui t.ibitti n. And if the I.oco Toco members of tin Tcnn. ; Legislature bad not violated both their oatluofoflic and the Constitution of the United .State1, by refusing to elect two .Senators last winter lo rcprc nt that .S'ato m Congress, Ibis majority would hav b. n Increased to six. Hut thanks to the firm' ncss ofa Wine Senate, ibcir votes were not wanttd lo custain tlii provision oftho bill. Hut I must eloso ibis very hasty letter. 1 will en deavor lo wrdo aram tomorrow, nnd send joutho l.iieWi I bavo moken of. As to the ultimate Into of tho Tnriu" Hill, it will pass the Senate, without nmendment, ns I have said before. Hut the I.0C03 will do all in their power lo persuade Mm Tyler to veto it and I fenr their efforts will bo successful for he l now their man, nnd is about ns ultra in Ins nnli-tarilVnotionsnsany or tho party with which ho is united. G. W. I.. W vsiiiNti ro.v, alii August, 1842. In my letter of yesterday I promised to send you extracts from somoof the spcccln-j which havo boon mado on tho subject of u Protective Tariff hy leading Loco Foco Members of Congress, during the present session. These extracts I shall take, verba tim ct literatim, from their speeches as re ported in the Appendix to the Washington (llobc, le vised and corrected by the gentle- men wlio manu liicni. i no paragrapus which I ptoposo to copy, tire brief, but they afford, nevertheless, a fair exhibition of tho general character and tendency of almost every Loco Fbco speech I have heard since I havo been in Washington, I shall confine my selections to speeches of Loco Foco members from thu Free, Stales, although I am awaro it is generally supposed that tho Southern Locos aro the most ultra in their opposition to thu Protective policy, nnd tho most extravagant in their support of tho prin ciples of " Free Tiade." Whether there is any difference' between the Northern and Southern Loco Focos in this regard, yon and your readers can judge from the record. The first paragraph to which I will call tho attention of tlio friends ofa Protective Tariff in your St ile, is tlm following from a speech di'.ivi-rel in the House of Ilipresentativis ly Vharhs U. Attcrtii, ol -New Hamp shire : .Such is the protection which Charles (7. .Vherton would give lo t'le wool-growers of erinont. Tho next extract is l Aon from a spculi of Mr. Ujst nan, a member of the House of Representatives, from this same iSovv Hampshire, I pray you call the particular itlt'iition olyourrilat to Hie precious para- npli. Hi re it is O- c FutVrinsucci i'lpiop iiians to opi til (he u tiilio tit wile ( n nil hy Mis rs. Kivi, r (t i i, ami i i tDi M. L . iti rr i'i red an nriir.ilni 'it, to tlie. e. 'tt'tt1, on ..!! mini unif id ire 1 woo', th" di'v slnll ! a- ' se 1 on its value at tlio place vvheii entered ; and tli.it the said du ties stall lis tit thu following rates, to wit : On a! wool under J10 cents per pound, 10 wool over JO nnd pound ; and on ail wool of 50 cents and upwards, 0 cent! ocr pound. He entered into some ex plaivi'.ons to enforce his amendment on the attentJti of tho committee, nnd said, nmoii'it other things, that ho offered it to test tin sense oftho llouso ou tho subject of for isn valuation J II .11 .i'l unit . . , cent j per pound; on all wool unde'i 59 cents, 15 cents per KitH VV MURM.NG. Al'ill flit C'ovif)o:slti:cf ofCic 5'rce Psi'ss.l W.'.'IIIXl.TO.V, d. c, 3d " .,1 1-1. P i 'I wrote you last, tho n vv T t..l' 1.1b i las iiiniu subject of ihscu- ni in th "-' na' to ' in ''.ii. to nuun lias yet bu n ta ,.. l ' t a in ii.iiiK.it-, piopj ej tu tho b.il uy t i n m i.i a tin, vsiif n!l rijectcd last Sal r ay, i i w il im e.i'iii,! y ass tho Smut t.. vv ! - ' a iy iiHi.lr'.i ,1, ni. The fun o' e'li its , a v uiiii ii.ive' luen i.iucn, on .u uuiay or l z ', b..t f u llu: faeti'ius and uti inn i c, j jii 'i Loco Koeo?, beadi'd by Calhoun, W v, ht&C'o. These, nod other Lue 1 'S i. Iiia have dono everything in tluir p.j i l . . ..i' .i. -u.-i and ilefeat thu bill, by proposal t a i.mli ,iu. uf aiiieiidiuents to it. Tluso ainemliiie'iils have bun almost without exception, designed to reduce the duties to the lowest revenue standard, and they bavo Ken promptly met by the Whigs, nnd voted down with great unanimity. Like the Loco focos m the Hou e of Representatives, almost e-very Loco Sena tor, w lio ha spoken on tho ruhject, has exhibited. There you havo it, farmers of Vermont. sJcharothe principles of the two leading Loco Foco members oftho House of Re presentatives from New Fngland. Such are tl c doctrines winch tho Whigs in Con gress have had to combat during the present session. Similar sentiments have been avowed by almost every Loco Foco mem ber who has spoken on tho subject of n Protective Tariff. The argument vou sec ihe most deadly hostility to ihe rr0Uclhc featmes of , is , ,ijectc,l n,,;l;llst ,l0 M(lm,f(,cturrrs. toe oil. nicy uec.aie luemseive tur a revenue notify you beforehand Ihat no extracts, which can be made, v.dlfaiily rcprecul iho ctenl nnd bitter ness of their hostility Ion Protective Tniifi'. In or der to form an ndeqinta concert lion of ihe liuo nature and chaiactcr or llieir oppontion io Ihe honest industry and labor of the counti y, it is ueccs- ary lobe present lure, and wiinesi Iheir sieahhy Tardl aloue, and denounce and repudiate the doctrine of protection in tlio must violent and inflammatory language. I will furnish you with extract from some of their speeches, in a few dayie, that you and i-iilir li'ulura iii.ti' in.tiiA fill irnnr..)!,.... ...I. I Mr.l ii.muiii; u.N.ios5e-ei uiu sin .hmj mew rcc,y ,e,rcsellt ,icir (endency and lone. Hut I will 110 liiuicilim iisieiiiuy in uieso aiiiemiiituiiis, i after ).tch duties hail been proposed as ouht , to hoHalisfaclory to tho wool growers, hut he wa. much moro surprised lo find that j gentldiien wero desirous to append amend-1 nienl'j to the bill which would ho entirely proh.litory. Alltr sonic observations from Mr. Cirsn-1 ,. . ... i .!. r. . 1 l.Nti, Jlr. t-V l.l.l. I l , ami outers, uiu ursi pan of thevaniendnient that relating to foreign v.iliiatpii, which was acted on separately was nMtivetl tlit annulment, and offered, in Iteti thereof, an am i Itnent lo the cfiect th it all such wool si nlll"1 as,is.-d on its alae at the place if ev.ioflati in ; tho data's specified in h'n .tin iJai nt Ii" withdrew. Tint was cxi'lancd by Mr. Evrni-TT; and aftr some ob-rrvatiDiis from Mr. Cisii- si:. HfiU It is aimed at tho great body of Producers, the farmers, mechanics, and wool-giowers of tho couniiy. Hut these extracts desiro no comments from me they speak a lan guage which cannot bo misunderstood. All 1 ask is that they may bo read hy every farmer in New Fngland, for they afford n fair speci men of the ductiines of the great mass of tho Loco Focos in Congress. 1 regret very much that I have not time at present to inako furllier exlracts from other speeches of the lil.ilA nnd tmiliirtifitiili it liinnniiirriinn In nnl ...... ihe action of the Wings, and defeat ihe final passage :lll,u cl;lss of politicians, and fiom the snmo of the bill. I'.very low trick which petty cuniuno; section of the L'nion. IS ti t 1 am so much could devine, every petty stratagem whu.li rcc ! I liurrii!il with oilier business, that I must de- u i id unprincipled politicians could contrive, has been fieilv resorted to. be the I.uen Vac.a lenders, both in Mr.J'.vr.nttTr withdrew tho second part of! mo Seriate and House of lieiiriseiitutives, to prevent t . , rt- 1 I C ' . ... . ' tlie passage ol tin, aim every ultier mull l..tl wo.. Ii has lu. n proposed by the Wb'gs during the pn - nt - --..'in of Congress. No specchc iluuleie, wl.. Ii C ui!4 be puseiiled lo your leaders, vvmild f.i.ily r. , li ., ot the true character of their hu.-i ty 'o llu j -. t ' 1 1 system. Tho exlracts 1 shnll si ml y a, vv-,'1, hivv.vir, wive you sonio faint idea ufuViii'ur ol t1' i' i.-ttines whiih they ndvoenle, and i. vn ih o ,r r t.Ii.s v:i ne ame iojiuiu vvn.il Jel a 1 t'le I. in j I'oi'os would ive v if '' y ' .id ..r 'ifuM cvi r ait.iin have, tli c 1 cf t'i ( V-Him ut. Hut inuiiIi of this t.ll 1 . . ,id j-du lb" i ' J I I ni 'lie Si nale adjourned, U" S.en ,iy Mr P hi., n are- and moved to sir lie out the 27lli. -I'lcflli ii.r if 11.11, which section prov I s f r l'i, il of tlu 'id per cent, clause in the Land Dis tr' i' nl.a'i Tina motion was ndvocati 1 nt length en l'i f Mowui.T Monday and Tuesday by Messra Pi'ban.in, Lain, Walker, Woodbury, Wi,bt and ot' and oppo-cd with great eloqianeea: 1 vv 'h tr 'itipbant success, by Messra. Crittcn ' n, T.eil niii 1 I'vaus, rchcr, and Conrad. Tlio vole w .3 taken Lite on Tuesday evening, and resulted as fol lows Yl S Messrs Allen, I'asby, llenton, I!u e'ia f i" "it, Cu'hl'crl, l-'ulton, Kins, Linn, .Me lt' Pr - p. Km .n ir, Sm iliof (' nie.ui- Si . T . Wi" n.!. Inn fordoing so till I havo more leisure. I will however make one more quotation from a speech of 11. 1). Davis, a leading Loco Foco member of the House from tho Stalo of New ork for it is so rich that I can't keep it from your readers. It is asfol- lows I This clioico specimen of Locofocoism was delivered in tlio llouso on tho Sth of July, when tho New Tariff Hill was under discussion in that body. I hopo to bo ablo to furnish you with somo other poi lions of it, at a future- day, hut this must suffice for he piesent. The Tai iff IS ill w is taken out of tlio Com- j irom cw i oih will not oner it. but h