Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, September 29, 1843, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated September 29, 1843 Page 2
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mm ?jmmm FOREIGN. ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Hl'TBKX DAYS l.vri'.ll tfltOSI I'.NtiliAM). Thu Steamship Caledonia arrived lit Bos ton at luilf past 6 oVIock A. M.on Wednes day, tlio 20ih insl;int, bringing fifteen days Utrr news from F.titopo. The. most promi nent itms of news nro llio prorogation of Parliament, tlin visit of Qiecn Vielinia to France?, and O'Conncll's operations in Ire ltnd. PROItOfJATlON OF PARI.IAMHNT. I1cr or I.oitns. Alien!! 21. The House of Lords w fpciied lo-day a link- nlier twelve o'clock, ami im-rii'ilnti-ly n consalernble number of I idles were admitted, nn 1 occupied I lie benches ii'itilly appro priated In 'lio I'cers. Sevcnl Mils were reserved fur Pectcvves, vtocnine rather later. 1. 0113 before two o'clock l!io eirniieer' gallery, llio two small sidoe.nl lcrics, intended for Peers, nnil 1 lit Lmcly of llin tl(iic, were e-ompli'tely tilled, mi I ciu dy with Lubes I eev tral very yiTntisr unci wire present. The pliconp-r-roprhtcd in iho hWi'ii Minister, on llio left hind of the thrune. was also filled before tiv'o'j'tlo'k. Wc noticed lite filial in and Prussian Ambassadors, thu liclijinn Chirce d' Afliirc", lite Auicticnii Minister, (Mr. liverctt.) nnd we bclrve the whole corps diplo milirpie vvereprcsent. Jf any wcroabscnl, no vnrnnl places were left, nnd more room must have been pro had more arrived. Her Majesty ihcn lead the following speeeh ! Aft Lardi and Gentlemen i j 'he state of public business r nsblcj me to rlntr this protracted .siion, nnd 1,1 release yon from fur thcrntir ndance of jour pntlintuiutniyihuics. I thank you for the ineiuti von hive ndrptrd for enabling me lo iiiec full t fleet to' the several treaties which I have concluded with f rcian pnwris. I hue aunt mv cordial ntscnt to ihe hill which you pre seined to me fir increasing the means of spir itual in.otiitr.run in pi.ittln is pitches, hy mnkiiiL'n p irtio i of til' revenues of tin: church nv.iil.tMo for ill" endowment of additional ministers. J confidnitlv trust tlrt ihe wie ntul benevolent in tentions of the legislature wi I tie aided nv thezeal and liberality of my fiibjcs, nnd that lit lit r pruv s.on v-tll thtisbe mult! for public wnitdtip and for pilnrnl I p"rintfltdencc in many ditiicts of llio round v. I view with Miif tenon the pi's mr of the net for r-mnvinn doubts rc-pccliti" th" j tri-di'iion of ihe Church of sVotland in thu admission nf inini'nr, snd for secutini' lo the people and lo tin- com Is of the church the lull ccrctse tit their respective ii-his. It is my earnest hope thai this measure will tentl to restote tehcious peace in .Scotland, anil to avert the dangers which have llireatened a sacred inslitu lion of the utmost iotporlancc lo the happiness ntul vvelfire nf tlmi part of tny dominions. I CJillhrjc to receive from ill foreign powers insu rance of tli-ir fiirndly 'i!oitii r.and i l their earnest rf'Mrefur t lie in iintenmce of peace. Otnt'enen of t!ie Ihuteof Common: I tlnnk you for Ihe reatlincs and liberality with Trhicli you have oied lite .i.tppltis for llieiitrrenl year. It will be mv constant object to combine a trict repanl n econoniv with the confidt ration whieh is duo to (Im exigencies of the public scr tice. My I.ori't and Clintlenen : In ome diMtteii if Witjir, the pnhlia ptico lies Icen ttiterruptcil bylawlcf comliinaliont and ditur toncoe nnconnecicd with polilical eatuei. I have d.i:c i a tp iaures which I deemed bet enlcula r.1 lor Ihe re;ujsi)n cf outrage, and lorihedjiec 1'itn and puui'hmant of ilio ol'emh rs. I bale. at the am ti't'- (iitet r,l an inquiry ;o ha - i le lino tit; rireirinlaii.-c " 1 hi.'lio tn'ttbordi-.- at: I violence in a,..n:..i tie 'j'io,r; usually i id for good order m. t ' c ..i-ij.cuo lo Ci I .v. I I vc olKsrved whh l' e i! - . -c--- n. thercr- rjvrrins cir.tri" which are inaiie fa dimnuiit tnd dirairt'.ttton ainoiv' inv -.o, ,.i fieland. and O excite (Item to demand u repeal of lli i legislative union. It hasheen and ever will be mv earnest t'esire lo riininisler the covernment of thai cotmtiy, in n spirit of strict justice and inipattiaht v, nnd to co-oper-sto with parhaiiient in efleciina ruch aiiunduunl- in the pxistins laws as may ten 1 to tutprnve the sicial randilion and to develop; the .la ural resources of Ireland. r'rom a deen conviction that the le'i'lnliir union is not l't u9eniial to ihe attainment ot then obj-cts than tube slmiath and -inhdi'v of llio inmite. it is my firm tla ertninali in. with yum support, and under I nn inerrnseof S members. the blessing nf I). vine Providence, to maintnin iuvto-1 'I hat the county of Cork, havine mare thnn 700, late thai treat bond of connection hclwnn the Iwo i 000 iuhabituuts, should get an increase of 10 mem enu'n tries. litis. I have forborne from requiting nd liti.inal p nvers . 5. With respect to the towns and cities, it is pro for the connleraition of il si.'iis hostile i, lite mueoiil posed thai the cil V of Dublin, ji iviog mure than 200, and vvelftle of my dominions ns well fiom mv mi- , 000 mil il hunts, should have 8 representatives) i for villinjii's lo dxtust the cITn-aey nf the ordinal y Ilia pails north of ihe I.tlliy, and 1 for the parts law, ns ftimi tny reh mee on the good sens and pa- south of lite Lifley. tnoiicut nf.niy peop e. nud on the solemn ih-e. I 'I'hal ihe Uoivcrily of Pithhn should continue, on laraliou 01 'parliament in surpmt of tho legislative . tho basis of its present constituency, lo s.uid 2 incut union. hers. 'ti feel s-s:ire.l that those of my faithful subjects j ltis propns,d that ilu city r f Coik. havioj; more who have mil lenee an I aulhontv in Ireland, will d than ICO 000 inhabitants, should have 5 member", eotwase I the unit ist of their power a yttem of ' That the ri y of Liineri. k an I town of Itelfast, p-rriri"tH ns't iiiou winch di.turb'. lite industry anil having resp.-jtively more than 50,030 inhabitants, renrds Ihe improvement of that country, uifl e'xeti a I should send I mc.iihers each. fe'i tgi of iti'itu d ili.-ttiist nn.l .mimo-i y bctvvrcn I It H pmpossl th t th" town of fi ilvvay and the -dilTerent el is-, of mv people1. cities of W.itrif.ird and ICtlkennv, having re'pceiivcly Arrieil i,r fie of li,l,,ntl hi rr.tuc:- "tore than -'0 000 lull ilnlants, should send each '3 TheQi 'of Kogl i.id an"l her Ctm.oil nrrived :1, lUeuilM rs to P.iihaiiienr. Trep .ri. m t-'ratirr, on the rvemn of S itu.d ly, S p. I , 1 ''V ol '"" '' 'V'12 nhT ,70 ,0 ,n ! 11 " i-m'ier,'l.anl ihui proeee-e, t the Chateau d Ku. i each send i niembtrs t P.iihiuient, and thai The landin -is thus desetilied : 10 other towns, ue.t Ingliest in lite ratio of popula- ..r r i ., t ' r .i i . it r lion, should i nd I member racli. At ft .-e o c!oe.t n s.Ti i; -on of the I t Regime. I of ; , , , f lifl. , memh-rs to r; ,--,Jo ,pr4 rtrriv'pil frooi I .!, ,i! Trmnil ,oeieiliil liv i ...... .. . . . . its hind, and ilre.vim o.ttli.'qiay oppustte lo the place fixd for the lantlinir of lite Qui en. A fiojl.l of steps, cov rcil vvttn a ivi-i-ni carpet, a n.i ine iniu-ters of which were lined with crimson vclvt I, led fioin the quay lo the dirk of tho pleasure boat of Ihe lloval K.iuiily, I. a Kiine i'e IMge. which was adorned in the oust lastefi.l manner XeM to it lay ihe Rival huge, rowed by ivveoty.fotir picked nun. i!rred h )vhite, with nn ii-.vnttivr of cti iison s'.lk at thttrn, for tho aeeoiiindaiion of tho Royal patty, Shortly aftervvatds a siiital wasmido tliatthrie sailpof ves n 'Is wero i:i ruyhl. but :.s li.c si. y was hazv townrds the h'iruoi. it w.13 ml yl ceriato lint it was ihe jtival Mittlli. nnd tho (the alerte of tho morning; rendend peoplo rantiitis. In the roursc of n few m miles, howevi r, nil doubts wero removed, nnd three rannon shun were fired front the b.illerv on the left nMlldrt Chartri", and tho Count tl Ihi. drove into Treporl .bom the same ,i,. nn.lt V - '''"' - cats nt that battery amidst llio lad es, ,., y hosj charge ihey vvvrr ro ,nt h;. , and a nt t ibrr -if olheers in vvat in. 'IheR.y.l hauler was , the mean ituie , quarter lo sixo'c'oek ihn R tval f innlv arrived in a dendi I snie coin ii-e, ilrawn by tight horses, mag-. .ir i.. ..,,;., .,i ,, ,,.,,., ,.,!. r it,,., ...it. ir, r.nnmil I il I I,., r.. . Ill O, I f 1 1, l d 11,'IHI Tl,.. 11m',., H'Auma'cnnil thu Putin- de folntr-r rode on horse- 5Ir- O'Connell eonchnid a longnddress by moving hsck.fo.hvviil hv a 1 itllianl i ;i"Jor. Ni xi rauie an 'itljouinnient lo thu fid'owtng day, when he will five e-'ur-Tluio-'s fi'.l"d with ladies mid oflieer of the lorw.ird u petition tespj-iuig the Cailioho oath, ronrl. When the nugu 1 pntiv had nil iihehled. Ihe 1 nnd als i his plait lor tho ' mbtlralois' courts." The King, his sops, nnd sevi ral of theiuims eisil-een'leil me. ' tug ttien sepatnte.l. . iifo the barge nun 1st tlieroiriu.- of anillrv Iroutihul . '"e umhI wt.klv inevtuig of the Repeal Astoria k. ir,j n, I tnr.a in iIim r t , tL, . lion lo k i I icu on .Motid i y. lite 2sth uli. The Corn at sniviih ns' glass) Q e-en Auii'hi. Madanin Atle- hide ihe Uuehi'sseseif e.'rlr ms an I Cobutg. an I the Pimci'JS ilu Joinviile proeeideil Willi their la 'icsor, , . ,t. r,.,l ,o' ih l. r, iliu,'p tt,. r, .. ..... re nstked Marslul Si In-ii-mi, (.Ynrrnl Couni Kcur. ! A,r- Su-rloaml that as it had been determined by a Count de St. Auliue. M V.alo'it, ,Ve., and lite civil, valient this nssoeialion logive nn order to Mr. Ilogan military, nud eeeie'iastieal ituihnriiies of Ilu and l"nvilli lo rxecole n stituo orO't;onnell, the only Treporl. The Roval baroe had no s i mr cleared ' lues-lion lint remained was, whelher the grrni father the hnrh.ir ikati itnoiher slentuer, Lo (..iitrtier du ' "f l, H couniry sli mid herepresented pres.dutg nl T.i tfavre followej at a eli-iance. and tho I utrr nlaced tn.orns ho nnpeared -.1 Mallow, when nlteruii' a fiery itself to a lios with throilieis. which wo e ennlot.e.1 fir half an hour in a rouiinua! i loud ol smoke. In tut than twenty imuu'es ih Knit's boat was hy tho side- of the rtcanur, on board of ivhieh went tho Queen and Piinee Alh-rl, nnd.n peiifi.al volley was fired from thu rntnparts ami ships when ii is .Majesty wwtt nn hoard, nsalso whin Ins Rovnl vis'Uirsdes reo hal into the barge. Tho latter then passu,' he fore the line of slratnets and eoasi guards, saluted i'V threrews, and siou after entered ih harbor aini.lit he sce'lamaiions o( thn iiiiltituilfs assembled on lioth niurs. Alter saluting her M liesty Quern Vicio- na ps she passed near, the Qtii-en of ihe 'rencli, ihe Pnncs".s. nnd suite, repaired lo tho I unlink place, . here the Queen of Kngland soon made her appear nc", leaniu!! on tho arm of tho Kine nf the French. The moment the two ri.ivireigni set their feet nn tho quay thnir rssuundM with cries ol "ViveleRoi!" sml "Vive la Rine !'' nod the hand of iho Cnrsbui jtrf struck up the air " QoJ save the Queen,." The Kin? then presented her Majesty to hisQ'i(n whs cmdtielrd her to tho Pavilion, on which waved ih fltjs of P.njihnd nnd Krance. The Kins follow--t ihem at some iliin v.e, with Prince Albert md the Princes nn I Princesses of tin) Roynl Pamily, Her Majesty, after rcs'inr n vvb'h1 at the Pavilion, rerelve.l tin felicitation! of the si .n..'.iev, ine' mini! dm parish r, wits of r.u nnd Irepa ' A' er i.'hf ceremony was vr, lite Mili, lining n if. rt vr' r , iiyitte band, 'elireil with her ta the -'rsi . if" Pavilion, and whole- Court and an! , ..lleforo thtm. Iiwi.isrespertfulys th. v ' I. The ban J of the Combiners pined npam " f!ot sa -a iheQuern," and the squadron then galloped oil" in the direction of the chateau. The eicht-borse state carriage-next advanced to the t. .entrance of ill" ravtlion. llin Kinchin leil in (tueen 'Victoria nnd Queen Amc'ij, who sit by her tile, nmi then tested himso'f nppositn lo her Mairst, with Piinee Albert on his rieht The Princes do Joinviile lend Co' urp, nnd ihe Duke D Auuinle, hoi tug itiotin fevl their horses, ths Royal parly st out, sahni'd eve iwhton ihetr r'tsag with the loudest cheers. 'f tc auie of hvitli Sovireiirnt pot mioihe other ear lines. "" I dross i,(T to tr ibnleou. Her Majfsly Qtc'i VictorA wore a kluk eitic tlrcK", with n pelctiimcardinale, nnd a wliile liunnel ' nnd iihaiiilK. The Royal parly drove into I'll at seven n'clocl;. Tlitir iM'ijertirsand Ptinco Albeit having defccntl cil, ftiicrttl theehaeniii her Mtijety (luecit Vinlnris conducted hv the Kinn or the hheneli, IterMiMesiy Ihe Uuecn of the I'lench by the ICinRof lite llelei nns. Tim rest was rendered indistinct hy the in creasing darkness, nnd llio rush fi oin ihe other enrri aces nf the noble nnd di'tiniilshcd perHons who f inned their suite. A milium mure had not elapsed when their Mnjesiiesappcareil in Ihe halconv over the crnntl entiance Our beloved (luccn howed nnd l.ised hands repeatedly, mul lCinr; l.ouis Philippe nourished .Hid waved his hat willinvior, nnd cheered with n power, which tho youngest man present could not have exceeded. This over, the llottil parly relinil, nnd In n few minutes the troops of nil nrinsdelded helorethesnind balcony, nnd inarched lo tltcir nunr lor'. A crani! banquet was served in llio grand salle n manner of -he Palace, nt which, nt'ntout c-iultt o'clock, sal down the Kinaand (luren of the Krcnch Innr illulrioiis Kiiesl', lu r Majetv (luren Victoria and Prmrn Albert, llin Clucen of llio l!eluian. her Royal Highness Ihe Princess Adelaide, their Royal Highnesses the Duchess of OohourfT, the Princess Clementine.) nnd the Princess dc Jo:tii'lli Lady Cow lev, nnd other ladies of distinction, the Prince do Joinvtlle, llio Dnked'Aiininle, M. M. Oiezol, Lacave, Lnplnsne, Macknu, Minister ol Alnrinp,1 Ac. Her Majesty Queen Victoria al between the Kine of tho Ttcnch nnd Prince tie. toinvtlle, and nppcnretl in tho very highe t health nnd spiiiu. Her Mnjotv wore n dres of ciiitH.in cramot'see velvet. The hair braided only, I tit with n profusion of diamonds. Prince Al'rrt seems lo have divided the popularity with th" (iutrn, fot ho is every here spoilt II of with a Itttirniion. His Royal Highness w as sealed hclwren III Uu'Tiinnd the Ptinecss Adelaide. The nan:' lies. enbed ns having been cxirinuly gay. At night the town oi lei wns ii tiiiiinaieo. Litters received from the Trench capital sta'e con fiilent'y thai Iter Mij'-sty (Xueen Victoria had no in tention nf priii't'ftlniR onward lo Putt's, hut would re main nl I'u until Tliifsilnv mot ninp, when slmvvould certainly cuihatk fur Ilrtghloit, IRI'LAiN'D. At thensenl mretinc of the Repeal Assumption on Monday, ihe 21st iiIiiiimi, Ihe ri nt fir llio week was announced to lie ill, 130. Mr. O'Conm-ll was rot prcei nt, ami the mertuie ailj vitrn-il till next day i when he nri-poiinthd his plan for the nsloration of the Irt-.li Pailt intent, ns pirpnreil hv a rommiitep. I'lnn fur lite rmrwtil rui'ou of Ihe 'Irish Parlia ment. 1. Toe Iri'h pcoile ircclgii pe, niknowlcilce, itiainiiiin, and will rnutmiially prescive nnd imhold upon the ihrooeof Iulaud her MijenivClucen Vi-to-rii whom tl proir i-l 1 Queen, hv undoubted tight, and by hereditary tlesient, n Ireland, snd her lieirs and sucrcsors f.ttever. Tins pcoplo of Ireland rcc ognisc, acknowledge, inaintain, nnil will t'oniinually preserve ami uphold, nil Ihe prcrogalivt s of her Ma jesty, and of Iter heirs and urrrsors helonpinz to, anil inherent in. the imiietiil Crown of Ireland! nnd they will Holy nllenmnce Innr pure, undivided, and indtttsiLle to her Majesty, her heirs, nnd sticecssors. forever 2. The people of Inland acknowledge, nnd will maintain nnd preserve forever, the pnvtlrccs. hetedi lary nnd personal, ol the peers of Itclaud, together with the legislnmenud judicial authority of theItish House of Lord, nnd ihn cxetci.-u of the irerogative innugniinlinu and luniting llio peerage, ns the same, did of riahtc.it befoie the tear 100. 3. The people of Ireland do firmly insist upon the restoration of the Irish House of Commons, ronsis' ingof SCO irpresenlaltves of the Irish pfoplei and claim in the presence of their Creator the right of the people of Ireland to such restoration. Thev have sttbmiilrd lo the Union as tring; bindiuirhv law; hut ihey declare s.ileuinly that it is not founded i,n right, or on eoiibtttutional principle, and that it is not ohli pr.mry upon coiisetcf.U'. They acn e with the Tory Attorney General Saurm that tho oniy biiidinj power it ihe Union is the strength of the Hnelish doininn tt in, 'Ihey nlfoagric with htm thai reistanen to the Union is in the ahslinct a duty, ami the exhibition of that res suncc n mere questiun of prudence. Thev v.i I th r ,. rci st the Union by all legal, peaceful, Mid e eistitutional means. 1. The plan for the restoration of the Irish Parlia ment is ns follows: 1. That the county members snoiuo tic utcreaseii to 173 m ihe manner hereinafter ti-should he 127 members rr-1 ipecified. 2. That the I nVu7m:,r;93"uTh:in;i,e',: h. nig ihe only county in Ireland with les than 100 1 1 ' 0C0 inliahitant.s, bottld "einn increase of 1 niember I so as lo have 3 representatives) that every other county having nhnvr lOOOOfl inhaliinnts should get nn increase in metniiers ; Hint every county rana iug above 150,000 iohnbila.iis should gel an increase of 3 members. That every county raining above 2)0 000 inhabi tants should eel nn increase of t numbers. 'I hat the county of Tippetnry, In viner more than 400 OlO inhabit nils, hut lr.ilmii sna l,fifl .),., ,,',1 e, i the Irish Parliament will show their relative popula tion, nnd lite number of members to be assigned lo each was then set forth, nnd the report proceeded as follows: Tin; population is taken from the returns of 133t, which, having been made lor n diflerenl put pose, and without tiny rcfcrcnco whatever lo the repeal oj tho Union, furnish a scale of unquestionable impar tiality. fi. It is proposed that the tight o' votinisho Id be what is culled "household suirnsc," nquiiine' six month's residence lu the counties; with the addition in tho towns of in 'in led men rcsJcnt for 12 months, whether householder or not. 7. It is proposed that the mode of vniins for mem bers of Piirbaiuenl, should certainly he hy ballot. 8. Thu .Monarch ilefucto of Kngland nt nil limes t t t. l. !. II , . T U .1. Regent eiec ''phe connexion between Great Ilri'nin and Ire- h,l.m f , Crown, to bo perpetuil, and incapable of thn nr . ScAme o'rsein.at on. P Thp f. . i,,.,.'i,i :, rfr. .ee.M. tng lo Hdgmse'U law, nnil slncl eonsliluttonal prill- 1 ' 3',.,,., i. -,,, I .. oigueo tij oroir, Liple. Signed by ordir, Panicl O'Ccnncil, Ch iirninn of the Committee. I'lehanze vvas m ire ilnu usu illv crowded, hecntise 1,1 autieiy io kiiiiwii wtt.ie course .vtr. u uonneii uncoiled lo pursue, nii-inooni of the topics inlroduc- eel into the (tueen s speech. i ihinnre a I Pe'el nn.l ellmgton in reply In Ihcir ! threat I nliack the peopleof lieland. Thelrikh pro ' i!o despi-ed ihe t'trcals of lltal puppy Peel, nud ,bai I I lilnody old Indian L-poy Wellington, ((irnaus an I cheers.) Mr. Hog-n uefrrre I In execute llio statue in the. latter attitude, and therefore ho (Mr. Slei le) i would move th.it this a-s ici iu.in giro its approval to I the suggestion. On the base (if the statue should be llio memorable words uttered by llio Liberator on that occasion 'They may trample upon me, hut il I shall not boon tny living body, but on mv corpse." I The motion haling been seconded hv Mr. fccoii. of IJilinhmgh, pistil with ncclamalion. Mr. J!iv read n letter from the Repeal Association of Louisiana, United Stales, inclosing a remittance of r.mo-t. lOd. Mr O'Connell spoke in the warmest terms of the subscriber nf Louisiana, and moved that thn letter should bn iuserli'd on the minutes. Mr. O'Connell sitd that the naoio of Rothschild on the check for ti c remittance-, reminded him of a cornicle storv in the Norning Post of London, lo thn effect that tho Pone had been pavine him (Mr O'Connell) an annuity of per annum, inn ine c-iiior iiouuhsi ine siory of hi correspondent, became he could not bring him ee'f to think thathis Holiness would employ an un In he 'Jfcw, like Rothschild, to pny the motley. (Loud lait'diter 1 Put for this rircuniatance. the sil'i- hM Tory I'ditor would hive swallovvrd the story. (liiugiitor ) Mr. John O'Citnnell rea I n letter from the repealers of Dli o tho Repeal Asiciation of Cincinnati en rjositf; a rcmillanre of JJ113. (Chreis) The writer statetl that slavery dors not exist in the Mate of Ohio. hut went on Ion sert the didicul'i s of celling n.i of ihesyatcm, uln.it was in necor. lance Willi the com unci rnirred into nt the union, ami could not he nbol ished without violnling lh fundamental laws nnH the nitionil compact of the ITniKd S oles, With these aon'imrnta, tho letter staled that the repealers nf Ohio had seen wilh surprise luo speei h of Mr, O'Connell, Thai speech was powerful and rlunm in. but they toul- ly dissented from his argument. Thev were free from sbiveryin Ohio) but, nevertheless, thev "dtspea cd thn ohofitiontsis." The Utter concluded by ex. orrasknpsvntnsthv fot the wronea of Ireland. Mr, O'Crniull obvrtrd that sUrety did rwl iii j in Olno, sml Ihey could not, therefore, object to re- ceavu money iinimiiuiieo. no strongly con.iemncu Ihe scntimeiils expressed in this letter in ihfeneo of si ivory, 'I hcnltiieksupon lltcnholiiionists were mere irosh nnd nonsence, nnd ho despised the Attempt to militate the horrors of slavery by men who boasted that their own Stale was free from tho slain nnd the di-cracc. It was his intention to ntovo that this tel ler from Ohio should he tefcrred to the ronimitlce, in order that a detailed answer should ho returned. Ho denied that man could bo llio property of his fellow man. Cheers. He had no compassion for the man whose propet t y was negroes. Reverse tho picture, nud suppose that the yellow American wero Hie pin perly ofthn black negro who would have conttns sion for the slnvc-holdina negro 1 Cheers. This document, which asserted much that was untrue nnd concealed much of Ihetrii'h, should ho met promptly nnd in uctail. Let Ireland hut obtain her legislative independence, nnil Ihey would havo missionaries preaclunif freedom in every region w hero slurry de traded lite hum. in race. Cheers. Mr. O'Connell rnncludi'il hy moving that the Inter irom Ohio be re ferred lo tho cotittiiitiec Carried. Several romtnunicaiions were read, in one nf which was n statement lo the eflect lint Ihn vvtiter was in dueed to send in his subscription hy the Implied threats in llieQiief n's snerrh. Mr. O'Conne I said that lira spreeh was well tle- scriueel hy Ine Minima Chromele. wdneh saul thu tt di'sctved to be designated ns ihu cssenco of stupidity and insolence. Hear, hear, hear. Thai speech was not a roynl ntithority ss ihe writer of (he jailer refef retl to think. 1 1 was n ministerial authority only, ami as such il should be treated. The great Protestant nteel'nir which was announc ed ns on ihervo of laleias plienin ltelfist-n e-ounler eh monstrniion In the Repesl meetings has been giv en up. The nilviecrnnlainid in the Queen's speech is nssigned as the c.tiise. A rorrespondener on tho subject has taken place helwcn Lords Londontleiry and Rotlrii, the former rxprrssinir itis belief that no necessity rxistc I lor such a demonstration, and that it would do more harm than jood. This nppcars to he the ft'elingoflheparty on holh si les of th i water opposed to the Repeal movement. The wonder, how ever is, considering the hitler, nhuos tl--ml I v le-u I, w,';ich rxis s hetvvecn the ultra Protestant partv in IrelatiJnnd O'ljonheh's satellites. Imw this fi.-rv spirit ol the for.iier can heat all kepi n, iii hy any feelings of prudence. Amongst the vatiotis other rotu.'ilicated maladies of that ,,'evotrcl rounlry, not lheleal is. ihe inlense hatred vvjiiet',' exists nunng ihos0 who tliller in rclicious nnd po itien.l .cronnds. Tlierr is, iinhap. pily, no middle parly in Ire.' iil'Ji and when the tw iex ire'nir sections mei, the result js always lamentable utten tragical. Tlieoveil tnd mail from India hat,' not nrrived. K'parlero has taken up h.s residence' pcrtnanenlly in r.ughind. The Ktna of Hanover has gane honin. Ti," rumor f hit intention to res'urn ihe rinwn of that king lonl does not appear lobe well founded. A new steamship is under contract lo lake the place of the Columbia. Thereis nnthi is nfrnTiient from Prance. In Spain thr levnhiiininrv party maintain tioihspuid snav. In Wales Rehe"ca and her party gives tho unthori tics as much troublu as ever. LCTT nilS FROM MR. WGRD . . . .No. XX. Correspondence of ihe Albany Hvcnini Journal. Glasgow, Atiff. 0, 18 1H. We li.ivrijiist roliirnnd from a visit to the birth-p!are of Kocrrt Hukns. Wo linwrod for houra aroiinil nhjcrtu innlo cUssio. by Itis trctiius. This truo Poet of Nature: has invested every tliinjj that surrounds Avr and Allow' with an intrrest that ran never die. rivcry hrnnk and brae and rraifr and "Brij," am the self erected monuiiiniils to his memory anel Ins muse. The G'sspovvand Ayr Railway enables vjsi. tors tojrotn Allmvay in thr-je lioiirs am a It iK The cottace in which the Poet vva-i horn ij annut 2 1-2 miles from Avr. It is and lias liecn oc cupied hy a Mrs. Goudie, fan intcllirrrnt and cnnimnnicative oM lady, who was acquainted with HuHNs) for forty-two years. Tim cottage -r-r..ct,.,i .,. llI0 1,-,. ,i,cr. m " 7 ' W""'1' 'T '? b""3l11 a l'0"1- le,':,, ' fm, nn' litimhio. rnnsit.tlll'r of n h111 - '" rniin ami kitch"n. When the Poet bather rented .Mnimt Oltphatit, a farm near t lie cottage, h'! sold his seven acres to the Shnii maker's Corporation of Avr, fur jCOO, tn whom Mrs. Goudie pays an annual rent of JC Vi. IVom the cotlaoc we prnrecdnd to the "Rnrns Montiinoiit," a very tasteful, poetic Mrurttirr-. erected on the hank of ll.p "Runny Doon," at an cvpenso ofX3!J!K), raised by stiliscription. The irrouit is around it arc It ttul-iimely laid nut mid adurned with ni my varieties of shrub and fl wir. With hi Iho Mnntmioti', upon the ground f sir is an ai irlnnut lioltti.'d Irotn a cti rU. with hlained L'la-S in ill" centre of which stands a table with reitrs of llutt.f enclosed in a e;.ss case. Anioiig" lhee meii.ijntiit's are tho two Hihles niesentc.i hv tin; poet to his "1 Jiuli lind Mary." In tin fly loaf to each volume "Robert Hums, Mimgivl." as vvritleii by htm. self, is seen: and in Ihe 1st hook "And ve shall not swear by my n line f.ilsely," and in the 21, "V'.ioii shaft no: forswear thyself, but shall per form iinlotbo Iml ihinn oith--," appear in his hand writing. With lln-so Microti volumes is a lock nf "Highland Mary's hair. After the death of M try ('.iiiiphel', ihe-o Rdiles wort: given by her mother lo Mrs-. Anderson. another tltiighler, who subsequently gnu one to c.icito' herd uijjh tere. A son nf Mr. Anderson, who residos n; C.inatl.i, ramo afterward. in p issession of both these volumes, hut was compelled hy pecuniary misfortunes lo part with ihein. They worn pur chased for .'-." by some Srotrli gentlciiien at Moiitre.il ami returned to Kcnthiiid for preser valinn in tlte inotiiinieiit, where I liny worn de posited nn thu 25;h (ihe Poels h rlinl.iy) nf Jan uary, 1811. Tito view front Iho monument 's one of surpassing Lenity, every brioli' featuro of which has its poetic associations. From th" monument we pi-sod over In "Alloivnj'snl.l ImaluJ Kir:-.." tho walls anil bell of which alone are presir- ved, the wood-vvork having lung miico breo transformed into snuff linves. Near the Ktrl, van! cite are lliei remains ol llio Poet's Father, iltstitigiiisheil by a slab on winch these hues, vvri'ten hy IIurns, are inscribed : "Oh vc vv hose cheek the tear of tu'v stains Draw near with pious reverence ami nltend; Here lie tlie loving liuslianu s ilinr remains. The le ndi r father ntul I he generous friend The pit vine; heart thai fell for human woe. Thediiinlless heart that feared no hitimn pride ine inen.i ot man to sin mono a toe, For e'rn his failings leaned in virtue's side." Tito f mills of the Jjonl of Allowav in tlio area of ihe Kirk, and at llio west corner of the Co. melrv is a linndsom modern monument to the memory f Ger, llumir.s. A "nw y irdj farllier V est, and hy the side ol the door is the " Well Where Mungu' iniihcr hanged herself." "Going Soulh a few hundred yards von romr to" Auld Brig," over which "Tain O'Shanter" vvas pursued by tiie witches, and still father on you see " ihe mei'ele stann Whare drunken Ciirtit bnk's neck banc." A sister of HuitN's resides abntit tltrec qtiar lers ot a mile Irntn the rnltage, tipou wltoin r intendeil to rail, hut just as we hid terminated our view of external objects, the rain decendetl in such torrents thai we vv pro compelled tn fore go tlie visit, Mrs. Gmidio Informed us that this sister is a widow lady upwards of seventy, but enjoying goon ncaiin. Wo relumed to Avr, an anrient town nf inucl. historical intdrest, through which llio rain hav ing abated we wandered fur an hour. Avr shire contained a population of M.'i.OlK) in 181)1 and boasts of having given hirlli to Ilnucc. Wallace and Rurns, Ayrshire vvas also the scene of tho groat Kglinloun tournament in 18U9 7 ho river Avr abounds in trout and salmon. The salmon, by tlie way, have never been no plentiful as litis season. Immense nuantities nro taken daily from Ireland nnd Scotland to Kngland. They havo been sold, where they are taken most abundantly, for three cents a pounu. The Ayr "folk" hae crfrlpd a nnblei Tower in honor of Sir William H'allacf, which is adorned with a statuo of the Scottish Chief by Tiiom. There it Another statue of Wallace in a niche of an ancient stone building in which lie once iook ruiugu wnenliarel pressed by a eu porior lorce. Tlie Tower nf St. John's Church, erected in the 12th rontury, hut converted into an Armory and 1'iirtilic.itinn by unvor Crmmvoll, in lli.i', is a venerable relic. The Ilev, John Welsh son. in. law of the Reformer. John Knox, was Pastor or St. John's Church in 1530. Hut I passed tlicso objects wit li a cursory glance for the purpose of peeing and crossing 'Tho Drlgg of Ayr," whoso relative claims tn coBiuteratioti were to glowingly tung by "Ths simple Hard, rough nt the ruslki plough. Learning, his tuneful trade from every botiijh." While standing upon llio " Auld Hrlg," Ion!;, ing Inward ils gay rival, it required but a sligh' effort of the imagination to endow it Willi the powers of speech, and to suppose it exclaim ing: "Conceited cowkl pttlT'il up wi' windy pride I This inony; a year I vc stood tho flood tin' lidoi An' llio' wi' crnay cild I'm siir forfenirn, I'll bo a brig when ye' re a shapeless cnirn." And having imagined thi. tho supercilious reply of the ' New Ilrlg' was of course heard : "Pino AnhUecture.1 Irnvvlh, 1 need not say t'o'll The Lord ho tltankil lint we've tint tlie e,nlo u'tl Riut, Khnstly, ghaisl-nlluring edifices, Hanging with thre n'ohm jut, like precipices! Mansions that would disgrace thu builduij; tasto Of any inisan, rrptile, bird or beasl," It isa l.t lo singular thai the pontic prnpl on of lluriif, that the Old Ilrig would ho a Drig when the noiv otui hecim" a " s't tpele.-s cairn," is aho'H lo ho re.iliz-.'d. Tn new Brig, hmico tin; co'ts'riir.tion nf the, yr Itiilvv.ty. which tor in ua-t's tie tr it, is found too n t-ni'V for the in. er n tnioiiess, 'tittl ts lo t .lion il.ivn. Th's Piitii.'n wh lutili to 17d. Th " o,t Uri gu" vvns erectud in 1J-J"), nud loiks as il it might stand as much huteor. llefor'' leaving the ' ling" mv attention was arrested hy what with us vvo.ild hr o-ginled. if not patented, as an "Improved Wishing M . chine." At leisl a dnzen wash. tubs were tila ceil along the shore of the river Avr, in which as many fcuiilcs, siumj oh! and ugly, and o hers young and pretty, wore " piinuiling clothes" Willi (tieir loot ! I Inv,! Iioird tint tin Scotch lasses, who havo largo "Bikings." knead their lire.td in the same nniiitcr ; the truth of this, however, I cannot vouch ; but tint I sivv litem d incing hi wash. tubs without stockings or gar ters, is certain. Within a miln nf the village of Tarhollon, near llm river Ayr, is tho scene of Bun.s s las: iruiy luijcitng interview vviui hiarv i;a I'dkli.. It vvi.s olahiindiy, in May. Their in. Dual f.iiih was plighted, first by laying their hinds in the pure stream, and then crossing them upon Ala. ry'x B blc. Preparatory lo their in irriage, M t. ry visited iter mends in Argylcslnre, ami in n turning, lull s.rk and diet! at Greenock. Ruil.Ns retained Ihrotigh life the in st deyoted rein . 'in hraiico of this carlv allarhinent. Mit. littcK ii.vr.T, who, from frequent interviews with the vv'iiJmV ol Ihe I'oet, ilcrivcil ininy interesting facts in relation lo Bl'I'.n , slates alining other things tii.jt many years alter his marriage, and on lite annivtirs.iry nf thn dcatli of ' lltghlind Mary," after working bird al! diy in Ihe fields, though much out of health, lie wandered into the hini-vard, where lie roinnned so long lint Mrs. B. alarmed .nt h h absence, went repeated. ly anil begged linn to come in, which ho promts ed lo do, but remained stretched upon a uia-sof straw, with his eves lived upon a beautiful pi i net, that shone like another moon, until a late hour. On entering Ihe house, he called for itis desk, and immediate y wrote the following, sub lime and pathetic lines : "Thou lingering Star with lessening raj', Thn! lov'st lo elect the early morn: Again lliott u;ber'st in the day, My Mary.l'ioin nij'soul was torn. Oh Msryl dear departed shade, Where it ihy place of blitsful restl oeo-liliou Ihy lover, lowly hid I Hcar'st ihuu tho groans that rend hit breast 7 That sacred hour can I forget, Can I furget Ihe haljovv'el grove, Where, by the winding Avr wo met, To live one day of parting love 7 Eternity will no'er efface, I ,'ioso records tlear t f transports put ) Thy image at our last embrace ; Ah! litllc thought wo 'twas our last." William Ruiins. the Pool's father, is rcmem. bored as an intnlhgon', worthy, pious farmer. nut one on whom Tort tine bcto'ved more of her frowns than her smiles. At Ins death, tho f tru ly wore left entirely de-titu'e. hut sunn remov ed (to 1781) frniii Allmvav tn Moss gie where the Putt found in Givin Hamilton, (from him Ins mother leased a larm) an curly and gene, runs friend. Most nf his Poems, during lite three ycirs lie resided here, from his 2o,h to his 2d;h year, were written. I am surprised in finding upon the Register kept fur visiters nt the birth-place of Bunts, i!. u line's of hut verv few Amer cans. In inking hick for the last lour months I no: iced the names of three of my countrymen, nun of which was lint of Professor .U.issey of B .-tnti. I ho vjlnsgeiw anil Ayr Railway, though nn lerNikeu with serioti doubts of its answering the hopes of stockholders, proves a most profita ble investment. It is fi'tv miles in length and runs through Paisley, JnhiiKtnn, Lorhvviiiinck, Leith, Ivilbirnie, Dairy, Saltcoats, Kilwinning, &p. which are manufacturing tmvns; ntul through Irvine (a heautilul place) Troon, Monk ton, Prestwii'k, Ayr, &.: which nro upon tho loirotst and I'ntnuierrnl in their pursuits. 1'iio caudal stork was X,J-0,0(K), most of which was subscribed hy the merchants nf fi! i-gmv. l'orly per cent, only had been called when Ihe Railway was completed, lis stuck is at or above par. I allude more particularly to tins subject now for the purpose of reiiiarh ng thai, hut lor thn cirriinnlance that the Iliilwny was to approach Ihe It, tilt place nf BmtNs, the stock would tint have been taken, imr would the way have h"on ( tili.tliicleil. 'I ll's ciri'Utiistaue'O fp:iUrifd tlie fiilcrprisp, Mmy rap talis's i. 1 un d In take s'nek who, hit 'or ihorhinn which Hunts his thrown oroiiml Avr anil A'lo way, would have he'd their hand--. Nor wu- th'svit.'W of Iho fj'ie.stion lei i p lutica'. A run. stleralilo item in the receipts o' tins roinpany is derived Irotii visiters to the birlli-p!ico ol liunN-. Mr.. ItATimuN. 'I'he New Vnrk l.'ommerrial Advertiser says Wo have seen it slated in siinic nt the papers, that l!jnj iniin Kathbun is lo leave the Auburn pri-on this mouth. 'Pius will not ho the case unless he receives llioliov- crnor's pardon : the time for vhich be was cum. united will not ovp re before the first week in October. It is prohibit: that the (itivernnr will regime Mr. lUlhhun his civil rights, by a par- 1 in, hiuiio lew hours previous lo th" evpiratimi d' his five ve irs imprisonment. HV have heard il rumored that he will return In Hall tin, ntul lake charge of one of the large lintels in that place. Others stay that he will gn into the prae. nee ot medicine, for which, we are informed, he s fully competaut, hiving been M o issNt.-iut ol he physician of tho prison, dure u uot nf thn 'imc he has been in coiiliucinen!, and ho has thereby acquired a more than ordinary tiii'o in to the various ills to which thn liuni.iti Irair.c is subject. "CLAY &. CO." This firm is tho bugbear with which our ven erable rnntciupor.iry at Itichmnn trio-i to fright en the 'Ihvj ;" for in that light he is entitled tn regard llio generation of Locnfnco Virginians, lie warns litem against ilivisinns.lcsl they should "been ue tho victims of Clay & Co." It is a singularly extensive firm, this. We hoar of its operations every where. The per sou whose name it bears, has carried Iho fame of an American orator and statesman to the far thest limits of tho world, identified, loo, in pearo and war, with iho glory of his country. The "Co." comprises an overwhelming majority of tho people of thu United Stales. They are his roinpany now, in nil his aspirations for a pure, enlightened, and benrficiout administration of the ti'overmiient, and in 181-1, will bear him on to the accomplishment nf that great purpose. Xathrillc lianner. lVo learn Ihat thn last act of baseness nf Mr, John C. Spencer, towards, Mr. Lincoln, while Cnllectv.r of tho Port of llaslon, ami which pro. cipitated tho removal of .Mr. Lincoln, vvas thus: Spencer wrote lo Lincoln, asking him lo namo roiiio person for a vacant office in tho Custom House, who would bo relied on as tho political faithful friend of tho Administration. Mr. Lm coin replied that ho came into his ofiicc, under the injunction nf tho President of tho United States, not to havo any thing to do with parti - tin pomics. air, Lincoln's rem'.vai mmii bil lowed. Wo reckon that when Air. Kantnul'i nomination conies hofeno ihu Senate, sotno cor respondence will bo called for which will show tho despicable) attempts of tho Secretary of the Treasury to entrap and tn msko 4 loo'lof Jlr, L-Deeln. -Springfield Jlt-pub, RllMAnKASLC INSTANCE OP I'lBELITV ASh lloNOa IN Pctf.MAnv AiTAins. In Ihese iln) s of unexnnt pled pctll.ly, nnd abounding fliuttiousness when il seems ns if Iho wonlcil reslrnints ol honesty nnd morality hml becomo lax nnd inopeinlive when the self-it kiiovvledyed coiinlcrfeiier, nnd the openly nvnvved swindler, nro impttdenliy inlt;ini nbotit Ihe streets al noonday when Ihe individual cheat is kept in countenance, in hit villany, by Iho repudinteing Stale it Is refreshing lo meet, now and Ihcn, nn in stance of unalloyed honor nnd integrity it isexhili rnting, ocensionly, lo reach green spot in Iho great ucsereoi iniamy, As chroniclers of constantly occurring events, it is our frequent duty nnd n pninful ono il is lo perform io recoru ine meinncnoiy oettuisot lorfrcrtcs nntl peculations to hold up lo ihe world lite evil deeds, not of Ihe practised nud professed villain only, but of those who hive been drawn into the p ilht if crime, from hi'.'h stations nnd nn honorable condition and who, m niel ini holy niblttioii In their own dishonor, have visited wtthileip ih'grare an afieetiinate nnd honorable rtrele of iiiutiexioiis nnd fiiciids. How agrt'i'1 le, then, must it ho to its, when, tit n Iranspo- si'i in of in- stances, it fills to our lot to leeounl nn incident, r fl .'cling Ihe highest credit on the parlies coiicerneil in il giving u hope tlint our lace has ttol f-.ll t..t.. t . i . , ..... : onii-n n y ,-oniei)- iniin lite iaillsol 11 tony IU1C!!I1- IV nnd ene ut raging niiew our rarnepl deire l!nl un sallied in egtitv inay 51 1 ttboimd iiinong ns. end unit its il.it! le'.vatel, even 111 our present s.ibeleoi cms. lenee. We have nn lo this- 'eoiarks, intro luein'y lo the slate-nenl o' nn leeitnen e whitth has 1 .keii place, vviihin 11 lew d lys pasi vvlneh n II s'ls ereni credit upon n inerehao' of our city, mil whom we nro pleased 1111 1 proud lo rill our friend, a rd which is highly honorable, 11U0, to the community of vvhiih h is a member. Soini! lime, wo believe, in the ninnlh of November 1911. the to. reh intile hnuseof Shcllon, tlrolhers ri. Co , of this city I orneilown hy thu uncommon pres. sure of Hint tune found it necessaty to suspend pay- nicnl of Ihcir tl-hts, and lo close lip tho business nf , .1... r. 'II..!- :. -r...- ... ; . e ' ,o.i 10 10. ,0111 uieoiioi-, liner nil in vcsugai ion in ihcir concerns, ngreed to receive fifty per rent, of ihe amount of ileir respective demands, nnd rt lease the bouse entirely front Ihcir obligalions. Ties ngree nicnl vvns entered into by all lite creditors. The slip nln It-el per centnge was pntd. nnd tin: demand" i nn celled. Since the time of the fill. lie of tho house, Mr. Henrv Shvlion, one of the partners, has depart ed this life. Plnlo S. Sbelinn. Rsq. the surviving partner, pro ceded, with un. blunted nud persevering energy, to win I up the concerns of Ihe old firm, and to com mence business, n new, nn bis own account, lu bis cw etitetpiize, we ate hnppy losiy that he lias been prosperous and that he has made most honorable use of bis prosperity. On Tueday last, ho made a new divi lend nmnni! nil his creditors, nf twenty-five percent, upon the fit I nmoiinl ol their rnnrelle'd de mands agitusi his former house- paying out to them the aggregate! sum of forty thousand dollars, for which they had no legal rlaiui upon him vvha'ever. This payment was entirely voluntary, nn bis pail and it has been made, no' only to individtml creditors, but, in sumo instances, to ricli corporation-, hy whom the loss woitlj n n Invebeeii fell, We present this :tt n iiitinc of most commenda ble honor and uiiejntv. It is deserving of nil the prnise lltal cm he b. sto'veil uno'i it. Pass along the n ime of Phtl i .S. S'lc.io i. Let it he he'd up to our whole hu.-iticss coin'tti'Tiilv, ns nn object nf their nd tnirati in. I,t ou old im r 'bants tin dim honor nnd let tl e yoitno look up to tin rj md deed, ns vvnrlhy of itii'i'' lionest emiilai-oii. vv e congratulate our rellovv. ettir.ens no -i t't , oenrconee of a transteliou so.fiigh. ly honorable lo the nmmcrciil character of lios-oui nil. I1ntni Attn FRIDAV MORNING, S P.PT. 29, 1313. HENRY CLAY. "The Scarrhe :' faM hearts !;row, that every "pulsation ofinl ie bra!" hK'Uaiid sttoi.g In the cutis t.:' Human Freedom.' !'zlr"ct ,rom Ihe Svfchnf Iftnry Clay nn the subject of Abolition Petitions in the Unitid States Senate in lSJ-i. There is row hardly a doubt existing in llin mind of any rational and intelligent Whig and all Whilst are rational and in telligent that llio peeiless SlateMin n of Kentucky will he thn next President nf thu United Stales. Some of our Abolition friends, however, m-o t rent iiielloetl to withhold their votes from him, not bei'inise ihey dislike llio man, but because he buhls slaves. This, we iidinil, is an objection to him, and so it vvas an objection to General Washington, nnil John M tisholl, ntul James Madison, and Thomas Jefferson, tint those men all exprestetl their nliliorience of Slave ry, and so lias Henry Clay, who is iimloiiln 'illy willing, at this moment, to en-operate with tho great mass of Northern Whigs in any proper inc. un lo abolish it. It must ho recollected llmt all the Southern Slates throw great obstacles ill llio way of individual emancipation, some of them prohibiting it altogether, unless those who areemancipaled are sent out of the slate. Rut Mr. Cluj's real senlimenti on this subject may he in ferted fioin tho fact, thai, when ,o first en tered public, life, ho look a 7. -ataus and povv oi fill st ami in favor of tho immediate aboli tion ul' Slivei'v in Keiiluckv. that hu lias. Ii'iiiii ill it limit to this, liifii ;i most tinroiu promising adviii'.ile of the Right f Petition, and lliit ho is now donoiinivi!, by llio whole Loco Foco Piets of the South, as on Aboli tionist. At the time Missouri was oduiititd into the Union, Mr. Clay ib rhueil, llmt, were li:- a ili."ll nf thai stale, he would op pose any e'oiisliliilioii vv I lib tulerali'il slave ry, as lie had diino befoie when Keuli.'iky was a new stale. And nl a mooting of llio Ciilniiiz iiion Society, in 1S27, long before iho Abolition excitement romiuenced, ho used the following language! in reference In such as objected to thu agitation of the slave question. " If ihey would repress nil tendencies towards lib erty nn I ultimate emancipation, they must do more thin put down the benevolent (lliirlsnf tins Society. Thev mil I S back lo lite-1 in of our Illicit v nnd iude pe I lenee, an I tnttzle the e'.iuuoi! which lliuudeis ils unniial j ivons leiurtt. Tiiey must revive the slave Irale, with ollils Iran of nunc lies. Toey must sup pirss Ihe walkings of llrtti-h philanthropy, seeking to tn -borate l'ie e'oa luionof lltoo iforiunate'WesI In ihiSlives. They must urrrM ilia cateer nf South A neiican ilehveraucu from I hr. Until. They must Mow out ihe moral I g'ns nrnuu.l im, tiud extinguish ihe lire Hi si lurch of all which America prrsenis to a benighted world, pointing ihe way lo ihcir rights, their liberties, and ihcir happiness. Thev inusi pene trate the hiiiuiil soul, nud eradicate the light of rea son and the love nf Illicit)'. Then, and n il till then, ic;icn univeisul eui.-if5 and despair prevail, con you rniter.TCTi: slaver v, and repress all sympathies and all Immune and bent xotent t flails amonr freemen, in beSalf of the unhappy portions of our race who arc iioomed to bondage,' t III anolher part nf llio samo speech, ho spoku in the following emphatic and lofty strain, 'If I could be instrumental in eradicating this deep est staiii.fs'avervt unon ihe character of our country. nnj rcmov tigni citiso lor reprimcn en account oi it hv foreiL-u tin! i-is if I .otil I Vnlv beiiisirum. ntul in ridding, of this ii.ul blot, ihu revered Stale (Virginia) l. .... .. .-. ..... I... I li ,i p ll.nl not Insj lilolnil tlntit (. eniiiclty) illicit kindly ndopte.t mo ns her son, I would nol cxchani!" the proud satisfaction whith I should enjoy fir nil the honor of nil I tie Iriiunphsevcr decreed to The mo.t succen-ful completer." Such iiro the scnliments which Hknrv Ct.vlias repeatedly expressed, and alicays entertained in regard to the accursed system of slavery. Wheihcr our Abolition brethren nre prepared 10 voto for him or not, it is hut just ihat they should understand his true po sition. They should rerollect, nlso, that he incurred llio fierce and invelerato wrath nf tho vvltnlo soulh when ho voted for JOHN QUINCY ADAMS for President of tho lll'll Iil lit" I'll Ml "I llllll M'll 1135 tH't.l lllivt 1 United Slates, For litis the slaveholders liuvo never forgiven him. But ihey havo set all tiieir hull dogs upon him to Lark nt and limit him down. His real ofTenco was that ho disregarded llio policy of tho " Rich mond Junto " which for years had midst cv- cry lliint! Iieiiel to slavery 11 nil Southern inter ests, No man over gave 11 more lionest or patriotic vote ttiaii llr.Miv Clay gave when lie (timed ihe scute in fuvor of thu venerable Patriarch of Qiiincy in 1825. Tho vote vvns nn unpopular 0110 it is I rue, nnd it re quired much firmness in Mr. Ci.av to breast the torrent of detraction which llio Slave holders poured out upon him. But the matchless Champion of Ficedom is nlwnys etpinl to liny emergency , nnd time lias nt length vindicated holli his purity nnd fore cast. Ilu has, m furl, always heen tin up right mid honest politician, nlwnys 11 slruiglit forward stalt'tuttin, nnd never it dcmapogiio always, bold nnil fr.mU in llin expression of opinion, nlwnys true lo friends, iilwuvs mag nanimous to enemies, 11 ltd never false to his counthy. Of Mr, Fai Durni's sentiments on thn siilijert of shivery nnd of his character as 11 statesman nnd n man wo si tit 1 1 speak on a future occasion. THE TEA PARTY. From an advertisement in another column it will he seen thu Lt Dirts of this town have given liolil'e that thev will hi: " at home,' - 1 nt Strong's Hall, ut 7 o'clock this evening. Is there n Gentleman in Builinoloi) who is so dull us not to tiikn the hint i Is litem one who needs any urging to induce him to lie on I : ml ? Tho object of the parly is lo raise funds to support the Charity Sehnnl a no ble object, tinly, antl rendeied still more at tractive by the furl llmt titer Hull is lo bo graced hy the presence of tl e Fair. And who would not give fifty rents In see firm all together once, to say nothing of tlie Cha ill School? If there is a single man in the whole town who can raise money enough lo buy ii ticket, and (lues not attend the partv, ho ought to he ridiculous, to say the least, and irei havo no tlonlil lie will he, C?M.rtin Van Burxn has served seven yeats ns United Slates Senator, four years a Secretary of Slate, six months as Minister lo En 'land, four jears as Vice President, anil four years ns President. His pay du ring this lime I , -. s been S17C,OnO,00, which divided hy 19 (the number of years) gives 39,000,00 in cash each vear ! What did lie ever do for llio country to earn litis enor motis sum of money? When that question is satisfactorily answered, it will lie lime enough to lliink of hireing him four years more, nt a salary of S25,000,00 a year. tt7A.v IsiponTANT Ltv Suit. The Washin gton Ololie, Richmond Entpiirer, and Albany Algus Jmvo assorted more than i tliousand times, that Van litiren was cihat- i:o out of his election in IS 10 by "framliilint representations." Richie, Ul.iir, and CVns well have repeated lhi foolMi lie so many limes tint lite Locos begin to lieTiove it, anil Von intends lo bring an ai'lion against the United States in Novemtier IS 14 to recover tlie sum he lost by the frmvl. Ho lays liii ilanrtoes ;tl $100,000,00! and siiiiiiimns ihe PEOPLE of the whole union the sanicrat eals who cheated him in 1840 lo act as jurymen. Van acts ns attorney for limiti'lf, anil HENRY CLY appeitis fir the Uni ted States. If Van don't gr ;i worse licking than he did in 1840, we shall lie disappoint!' He will have to summon n dilTerent jury be fore lie can get a verdict. (tTWe have received a communication signed an lionest Whig which did not come into our hands in season for our paper this week; Tho author is requested lo call ut our office. , niial saving wonl'j he l,J2S,c0r nuai ers, or Oiin ami Ai.aiiama Good rort Mr. -o , . ' ., ' I J,i 4 quaiters more than Ihe average an- Ci.av. llm Duylon Miatnian, a Loco Fo- 1 ,,, imporlati f foreign corn w hem in co paper, says of Gov. Cuss" Ilu is thu'ilm 1 1 fourieen Muir. Thus, ns ho main- rhoice of lliii'i-f.inrtln of llio Democrarv of llm county of Mi)iilgouii'ry. Ho is llio s'rongesl mail in western Ohio. lie U the only democratic candidate that can carry the" State." Thu Mobile! Tribune (Lorn) sivs thai of. , r . . a . ,,, seven Congressmen elected in Alabama, I .1,, . . . .. ".' w'liiiuiiil ll.llll-l Hill ,1111111,1. VI, Ol'l, lit, II.' I .111,...., ...... ... ,1... .....-I.I 1111I ono lor Mr. Cla and niliUthil Mr Van Riiren is so unpopular, that it is evident ho ran never carry Alabama, even if nomi nated by a National Convention. Now as it seems lo bo a point pretty well sullied that Mr. Van Ruren will icceive llio nomiiialioii, nud ihat therefore neither Mr. Cats nor Mr. Calhoun can have il, Ohio and Alabama may ho set down, on Lorn Foco uiiihoriiy, as certain for 1 1 t:itv Ci.av. Wn are graiifieel tn find so much in the columns of llio Loco Foco press, confirming our own opinion, that their party can place no candi date before tiie people wilii any prospects of success. A correspondent of llio Iticlimniid Enqui rer, wiiu slates dial he has ever been an ar dent friend of Mr. Van Buret) nnd voted for him for President in 1840, thinks it wottlel ho unwise tn nomiualu him again for presi dent : ho says "I eiilorlniu, no unkind feelings towards my brother Democrats, who may differ fiom me in their fust choice for if I did, I would not ho n democrat but I do Jear, tint if Mr. Van Hindi's friends do , , , .;, .;,,,,,;,,,-.. hoM ""' " theU tl at Pnt ami he should, through the partiality of delegates ' J O get the nomination in the convention, AN-OTIIF-K DF.FEAT AWAITS US, MORE Al'l'ALING THAN THE LAST, in 1844." There is ono admission Mr. Calhoun makes that is highly important. Ho says his speeches, (which took tho broadest ground in favor ot Hank, Tariff and Internal Improvement,) wero "applauded by the Republican I'jrty at tho time" they were delivered. In future, when Bank, ariffand Internal Improvement schemes are charged to have ben originated bv the old Fed. era Party, wo shall bring John C. Calhoun to the vvilnc-ss box, and prove Iho fal-ily of the chaige. They were "Republican" measure--. and the oii'iinog 01 iiio verv men who swear hv I the Resolutions of '03 and "09 f I'ttsrshure Int. I a-r-'OI. .: 1.'.. ....... -v r .i, P r eu i iiu vjioion.iii ijoiuiLT is tun ot tear and trembling nl the dissoaliotis in that district among tlie Iicoforos. It ayg; Ifw0 do not han together, ns Franklin said, we shall hang separately." This is a cheering prospect for the boinp growers of onr Ktate, Jsui Jour. THU Tl'.A PARTY. This evening comes off iho tea pirty at Slrong's Ihll in aid of iho Cliarily Bchouli as will be seen by tho card in another column. No opportunity we venture to say has ever been offered to Iho gotitloincu of this goodly town to enjoy a cheaper luxury thvi lo jicrcpt this invitation from tho good and benntilul to pass a pleasant evening, for a worthy object. Hundreds of ignorant and ragged rhildres throng mir streets in tho rapacity of beggars or idlers. Those it is the object of our benevolent ladies to gather into a free school, that they may bo educated, and mad.- blossi g instead of cur ses lo society. The school, under the care of a most worthy, exemplary ami elevated teacher has been already kept up about seven months during the past year, by tho contribution of a fjvv. Ab' u. tvvei t.livo children en an ave nge, have been instructed and the whole atten tion of tho teacher bus been giveM to iheir wel fare tho school can bo heller enmed oa with a larger number nf scholars and thoio tire timiT more vv ho shoahl he there. It is lo sustain this benevolent undertaking that tl.o ladies appeal to tlie gentlemen to meet them at ,Striui"'H Hall this evening. Those who accent this invitation will undoubtedly be welcomed by sunny looks from bright nyc, ami approving smiles from beautiful and eloquent Lnlios, and above all, they will rejoice in the delightful hnpo that ma ny a soul, rescued from Ignorance and ruin by their liberality will in future ycirs furnish the mute yet speaking testimony of a virtuous Ufa to lbs blessed effects of their generous assist ance. Cvm. C O N S OLATION. Our readers will recollect that wo stated someliiiio ago that Mr. Si:vkii icr., llm shrewd nnd libit! editor of the Kennebec (Me.) Journal had broil iiomiiinleil ns the Wing candidate for Congress in the Kenne bec Dislrict. The leliiniH show Mr. S. is defeated by n small majority, though lie hat received a much larger vote than uny other candidate, 1 will nmlonbtt illy be elected at tlie next iriil. M. St:vi:t: scr. consoles himself under his defeat in tin; follow ing good natttred sivlo. ivor so dsd, ArTnr. ALt If wc have f tiled nf an election to Congress, we have been c 'nsoled hy bo ing appointed chairman of the Cnmmiiiec on Swine, by Ihe Kennebec Ai?riculiiitnl .Sivieiv. whose exhibi tion is tit the t ite House on Wednesday and Thurs day, the -1th and oth of October. l'crh ips Ih? nstcmhlnee nl ihe State House of Au pu.sln al that lime will be quite n respectable ns th .asseinldapj nt lbecaptt.il nl Washington, on iho first Monday of December. Thecnnimiitci.' un swine. w are conlident, will have less dirty work to du than sonieof the committees of Congress, if ihey do ihcir duty nnd ptole' nil the corruption nt land qoarti'ts, nnil inspect nil thestrangc rniile who have crept into thn Kxi.'cutivi! Departments nt Wjshinuton. Thers may may no be so many hoys nl thebdiral cily. but wc stisp'Ct there may be futuul n much greater number of spaniels nnd jiek.alls nor so many sheep, hut more wolves io simp's clothing. iNTEP.r.STINO TO F.MIMI'.r.S SAVI.VO OF seed win: it. Mr. Hewitt Davis, an iutelll- goni practical farmer of England, has recent- ly published a tract on llio inp.iv mil Wiislo of ihe practice! of sowing tchral tot th ckly." The follow ing statement is given as llio re sult nf bis experience. The ficts set I'm th in this Iran are ex tremely iiiiioitaul. The veiifir tlion nf them which i nll'ered is the practical e'xperienco of tin! notion-, nmi he is ready to show iho mips which, by his ee'iiiiiiinirul method of sowing, h ive lit en pintluii'tl. He sivshe has gradually liilticiil llio pott', no nf seed wheal per acre finiii ilneo bushels to three pecks, and lie has at ibis iiionieiit the finest prospect of a crop on all ItU larins from the j" latter quantity. I 'ii... i. .. at- n ...!.. ... i . . i . . ! 1 io; It-soit nl I'ir. i.i. s e Hie lltailou Oil ibis important subject is, that about seven millions ofani'S aie nnitiialU sown in Great llritnin with what, which, nt tl dmaiy al lowance of two ami a half bushels per acre, would lequiri! about 12,200,000 qttailers. The exact iomiIi Io which In: comes in figures is, llmt by sowing one bushel per acre instead of two bushels ami u half, only SS5 G71 quar ters would lie required for seed, nud the an- i tains, as good a crop, or a better crop, would he raised, nud wo should be, even now, and vv i 1 1 ii mi t any oilier improvement, indepen dent nf foreign supply. This is a matter up on which untie but practical farmers ore qualified In judge, lint we may certainly go- s" fir."s r"'' s,"t, J " exreed- inglv imiioriaiii is tine; un.i ,Mr. Divn an- " .- , , ' , ' 1 penis mil oiilveniili ut nl its n nib, but very iiixioiis dial tiiaclical men should examine what he has done, anil is lining, in tin- coun ty of Surry, mid ihussutisfv themselves of tho justice nnd soundness of his theory. LITERARY NOTICES. Edinburgh Jlrricw for July, S-3,00 per ri n iitiii'. Vi! w I e-i i nt ti ngain ibis old five rile, p irlicnlai ly as Mr. M icatilay reappears in a paper on iho " Life nud Writings of AililiMin " pis) Mich a piper as might havo been expecled from stieb n mm us .M. icatilay tition siirli .'inolher as Jnsenli Aihlison. Wo ! 1....1 ,, , , r.... .1 1 ..1 1 ni.m 111 iuo, 11 1- ii-, no ,11,- ii.,,ii, ii;ui,- iug of his iii lido on W.uireii Hasimgs, for lite evideiire of thai deep anil long cognation ilispl 1 v ed in his review of B iron, or fur the Horalian sarcasm 11.nl irrrsUiihlo ritliriilo which ho heaps iijioti Ihe philosopher (not ihe poet) Sniilhi'V. 1 1 is in a sniiieivbat ilif- ! foient vein fiom itnv of Ins piereeeling pa pers, but I'liaiiii'teit.etl, nevei Iheless, by the samo vvil, learning, uml eloquente, n happy conihitialion of which, no 111 111 iiiulrrslands so well as Air. M iranlay. Wo havo always ihui veiled al llio precision mill minuteness of iiiliirin tlion ili.scoveieel hy this writer in all his aiiicles, hut now morn than ever; and ho has bionght iho rich stores of hi memory to hear with beaulijtil elfert upon his present subject. Scores nf incidents which nobody else knew of, or if ihoy did, thought worth troubling themselves about, are thrown in with the skill of a consummate nrlisl, mid ad-, mirably contribute lo adorn tlie selling of a magnificent picture. Thosu vv ho have spent so many pleasant hours, over tho wit. senti. meiii, and philosophy of iho TatileV and Spectator, cannot do better than take a sil ling of a conplo imiro for a glance at their master spirit. Wo have not lead so' agreea ble a paper for many a day. There nro nilier articles in this number, which wo cannot moro pariirulurly notice, on 1 Freo Trade,' Salmon Fishery.' Pari- shin Morals and Manners,' ' Bt echey's Voy ages to tho North Pole,' tfcr. H.tiintxriTON has Itkevvisu I ho last No. ol London Quaiteily Review, Blackwood for August, Graham' Magazine, for Sept. mid Oct., Lilly's Bonk, Lady's National Magn-v Aine, Merry's Museum, and will icceive sub scriptions for uny Magazines, Reviews, 0 oilier Periodicals published i.i llio Engllih language.

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