Newspaper of Burlington Free Press, March 14, 1845, Page 2

Newspaper of Burlington Free Press dated March 14, 1845 Page 2
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Willi M S i ' S"-k i ! r"CL'' w,1,lil1 hetself will find resouieo. rq'inl In tf! W l X I -T ntV enterprise 1 tiny result. Irll ijA. 4JU St' 3 I Tlio 1'ilirrnii npirit hn not IW-iI. It still survives. it animates llio children, it will live ntroiuiti ccnor minus ycl In conic, ll is the ".cuius which ptcsidcs over the dosiinic? nr llie land. One of ilio livinu de scendants of tint fathers thus writes t "N other fiitiu of rc'iidon was Unnwn, in lhi Innd nl the Pilgrim-, iiiiiiI (he sfru principles oflhe American sys icni were developed ntnl c-lnbhshed hire bv our 1 un- Inn forefathers. The truth if, they lived Mr tin orui RELIGIOUS INFLUENCE IN AMERICA. The n-itdiT will nut f.til lt wlimtu tlio oarn- tl itlnMiiitnrn iC llu fnllnulmr nrlti'lit. (Vittn the Lonilnn Cliiisttan Examiner, even if lie j ,,,i,.i .,;tj ,. rv.-r prodiutil. They hurt fur CMtltinl subset itm without Mil ilificatioil to lliu 1 a nnlder end. f,.r n higlior tttsliny than nny tlint havo 1 I m or livnd. T irmnrK tin, 111,'tl In IV bnlll ,ew I'.llo- Ininl owes her ich-'inu. wilh nil tho blcssuics, social. end nnd liicrnrv, Ihat Minn in in lrmn.i These nro the venctahlo inni whuc blood slill llnvvsni our veins ninl into who.,, iithetitanco wo have e tilt red. I'ctico ; . . . . .. r . I IIU 't"l l-.l IliUJ llliillilllll III1, Mlll'll llli, nui- ........... . , , . or --rlnil.-.l iiiunk in ihehSriiy nriii- ni.iiiniery. , '..,, ,rr(, rhrm ,mt bminnd dust, lint tin y , Older, and partly, pcrlmp", ns n mtrc symbol nt tfco inlriiihictniv in th.it preil M vnhit nil in iiiiinl ami f,j 'te 'Hiry hie in tho immortal principles W'hicli more popular mul " innro perfict union," on which li.ii.iii, whose riper an I richer fonts yet remain to j ))0V .11,41ijn tho f iitlnriiia insiltnliotis which lliey I tle-ceiid the I les-mos efour I'eice, Independence mul cx:i1tct terms tif its t'liloav. THE PILGRIM FATHERS. Wh i ciiii cslini lie the Interrsts invnKcd m n "iucle event I The dis wi ry nf Vmcricnhy tlnhmihus was i frniiulil Willi cuimq n-in-i's which neither his own mind, nor the luiiiii nf nny mm then hiim'. enn'd r ' !... H...I r.. I , I-. 11,1.1., I,., I lore-' it or aunt n ut . i in titniirm ,-i n pn, W IS in rI .... v - ' j , f i uiev i muni in nil- i iiiiiirnii; iiiiiiiiiiiwus "n,ni iij bo githere. , I in- eiiiijntu n nfn litllu Inml nf per .,,l1i,ii.i,..,. Tiu... h. : iu.reiiuiiilirnncenf a clnle ncnied lieheveri In the newly m-emcre, emiiinent, , f1 ., , all, ,,,. i,L.n i!n, nil time, envu lurih to n intimt winch pmniKe-. to mi! the m,;,,,,),. o( nl;rn ,,cl,Prnimi. wlm, in Ihiil' l,)l pnwerlul smte.i.r ihi3 wnrld, end i,i,icei.iiiphi.h ,,,,.,..;, ,hn , ,, ,, Lni ,lfI11 b.a. And sunicof tlioin.Ht glniw is declines til the In-tnry ol j ,n ttli H, Ih(, , r the nnme-, '"'!," , . . , r.l in .' mini lm:it llie blond, of thn'e men, i'iJll their I riec the pimeiplea nn.l tnsiitiMMii.i.f llie 1'ilqrmi , nmrU r m ; ,,vi nlll rile tlieir reh-imi 1 in iheir .lev. top. in -tit, .iper-iti.iii and reMilts. Aut ,,..1,,. ,, ,, ,,f 1(1. ,0 ,o,i,hy llnir hnlv only "llio. little one hi. ("''''' Ih.Msind mil the , , . , , ,,ri,1(.,,r, ihcir fnciul in-ti- fiuMI one n plriini! in mil." but il,ne iu.litiilic.iiV , ,;,.,1V ,,, .,, lni,,iL. lrenmli whidi Ihey Ihein boili eitil and -icre. I wh.eli were pl.inted in 111.' w il- M,vM nre . i( (jMr nM () rrm, mld , ,)0 dune and w-,teml will, nn.iv e.it, have fniind a , , nf . , , , , ,H.r ,,,, .unit.Mnal ?ul fnr heir urn til and innmriiy ni I. like , ,.., , ,,,, of mir the iimjc.il o-il, hive, not only willi-lond ih" f iry of fri,!1,.l, X,yn er neier." . every Muriii but taken deeper, firmer rout wilh the MlH.h :,r.-tlie l.-iflv prini-ples and fcntimenn whicli .r.iansnf tune. he prim i.!cs on which I'j' m-' pi,,,, ,,,.,,ins'oril,edefcendnnl-urtlie I'duriui.. Miti.li ,s werel n.e.l were t ine of ecpu'v and trill h, , , , ,,,, ,, xWvMal. i.,id iliwSj.ru the perpoiu ly winch d,; ., the . lf Am,.ri,.,n .,, ni ,!tr.r,ri e. Aineiicn , one, wvis denned I,, nllaehtn I heoihe f.u ill it Willi . , ',, , , , E,. but very s'u it modilie, ,,,,,, ihj. ,,.,,i,,i,,,h of tho ,,r, rU,, ( - ir of , ,! ,,, ,.,,, ,u. ilviiisly tint country could nour Ir.nc ri?ul to its pnseiit .n'ilioii and mlln. nee Willi ilieehime ol her institutrni will coinelier w-nkfT?liiiijlel ' iwnfillj I. il' Ihi is n cnniuiniin, ll in which we can -areitv nniicipaie. The prim i pies ofiliee.insiiiulii.il nre tn uri tniiuhl into I lie very (mul and leinpcr of ilie Ameiienn ihameter, lint un exierml nr liireiun letlueure will eu r Ifahle to.ner i urn .nr! suili l"e ihem At llu in me'iii. while eer tun wilv nnd .iii'vniiliv inrli" are wickedly nl'eiupl iuu tn divide the iiiiinirii tiiiiitl. p.rkiiii; In undermine the political iiHiiniti uis of lit.' eonnirv. nnd nhoic all to d lot lire tli ll si'Uiel Piote 1ml lai'll on whull thee iii.tiiiitiiitisilepeii'l for iheir stnlaliiv and iiitlnenee, re- ...!. I,.. I, sin.,il., .nil' nl fiirrnr I.el'ii. rn.f llrl the Imi'l uulelleied frredniii. I. mil I in S'nte and 'ihuie'i -r. pitill'"inl"m, i' ln-minniir the wilehwnrd iliruiiBli'iiit iwery nie. Ruber, me teiehei'iii wiih a iki ne 1 1 itrre't In their elii'ilreu, nni tluir clnldn-ii na-tnahini; il ns il homo on inspi ration. , . . , , . , Ol America, in her present pn. turn, w-" look wilh intenie intereyl. (I 'r whole hutnty n interwoven with the fate f P. itnpe, and iher" is not n Suite in the wi le spread eonnneui of th 01 1 V..rl I, wh'eli is ii j t destined lo feel and to lie itlVei'ted hv her intl'i euce. Xn fn'ee can cru'i il:e sym .alliy dial nln ady exists, is eniitmu d'y n'iB'iieni nr. between Kurope nnd the .V World! The cvs of 'lie oppres.eil I are turning wist fully in ill' land of fieed.iin.nntl the I, inns ol 1I13 cnntim nl llrenlv r.'jird with awe and diqef e ii'Ib the no.v 11 i.ii''. ni.iL' ,u ihe Wt, ill" fore.h 1 1 iiws of who e n-eain s, r, i in i. a' etteii.1 n dark nnd hoavv, o-'T thru d onii eia a I "h runr the. lu.slro of tin ir throtl' -Ill', llii's ellil'j'ltelu d lit Ternnees were iiiv"it f rth. Ameiica h i dnnhli .1 her popsil itioa. an I in -h are h. r iri'tmnil louoiirces tint lier inll'ien v is e mli 1 1 1 by no shoie. I)urinir the li-t qu liter nf a eelllurv be hafc made 'lsiiinisriin . nr ufces, anil , re lnni; will challenge llio old'r states of lerope tn .hv de woli tin in the honor of lakiui, the le.i I '! die a Ivancemeiit of o"i.'iv. t-rsevervh if.'. Her llu' is aekn iwfe.L.e l ind linimr- for IJuslnii Imrlior. on tl e 4 1 It of this ninnlli, for Hymn's liny, where lie Intended mvum Ins me i the unci I y ol tile Miore, nun wo may expect to bear of queer fcclics. The U. S. Inmle Siv.innnli, bcatiiiL' ihebronil i.ctiiinnl of Com mndoru Armstrona, nrrtved at llilo Aug 30. Wenre ex iclinrf her hero daily. CC? Tho Adilrnss of Vlcn I'rcsMunt Dal las, on tuMnrr ilit! Chair of I Ik: Sunatu (if lliu U. S. on Tut'Silny last, vt find in tliu lMilla(li.'liliia papuis : Sbxatoiis III ilircetini llio Vice President to pre side, tit the ilchlietalions ol this body, tho constiltiiinu of our eoiiutry iisii!iis tn him n sphcru nnd n duty nlikc eminent and emtiful. Without iinvoftbeenies of real powc, wuli nine of the responibdities of to their silent slinibsl I'Vimrnnl ns the brinlli of , iepiianon. exeepi in rue coiijuncii res, no is ns.oein- Hiuniiiis bo tlieir memory I Tho wuuU of two cell- ' nn inu iniiniiicu ucieeaies oi uep iinienn snver turies have sw. pi oier their "raves. ''l'" I l' po-"l hy the entire Auierienti puiplo TI.eillicin" hind of lime ha well nidi worn away 1 m your emiaderaleil eouneil. partly, It would seem, the lieii.'ialilo innnumcnts whi'di liny have marked n "f I reedom s fiiiiiLimcnlnl prinuplo of The iL'.iiic nl 'Miiiuit nro relcliralcil llio world ncr for tiilrSily nuil uprightness Iml wowitu nut maila nwnro till lately lint even llieir roiivirln were nnmii;' tlio most Irnetu or tliy men in llio roinimnnty. Tho Mercury bdjf, ajointjr man rerently arrived at Witiil.sor in the Kt.i",r, ami app'teil fur ailinisiiui to llio Stale Prison, showin;; tho papers winch Olililleil linn to a residence there. It seems tint ho Ind lieen cnnvie.leil at StonjJ potior for souio nllbtice, sonleni'ril In Iho ,Sl.ito l'rioti for six lnnntli, and in tinier tn s.ivu oxpnnse, was fitted not with Ins papers, and sent o Windsor hv slanci with out shurill' or ilBio Xnitetiilinl t t)n rcacliinir WoniNlnel; the Tfcssljp.yjicciilent loft liini; bill ho coolly waited W-'.iy or two for tho next stage! Dan Makule in Ikclami. Wo sen, by the Irish iniHTs, that tins cnlobr.ileil Aincriiaii co- ineili.ui Is pl.iyinn to crowiled houses, Wo o. tmt t tlio follow inn from the Cork Kxiiitiitior: The pPiMinilicalion of American rh tractor by Mr. Marble wjk essentially reiiiarkalilo for its triithfiiltiLs. It was not Iho putting on of a charaeler or Ihe assumption of peculiar CrniCs in. cidcnt In n ilioii il tiiatiiierisui. It was the veri table Yankee ssp".al;er, with h'w peculiar rod siiiucwl,nt lias il dra'vl his rntilness roitrafio W'lde.iwaliciies tho sharpness cuifliin', tnoney-loviiiniK'sf, aw kwarilnei'S, anil cnMinno of Iho aclti.il wnnl-ile.ilor of Vermont. 7'ho acliujr, dry lininniir, and ihe l.ilcM from Ainertrantsin of Air. M irblo uero inimitable, and kepi the Iioiihj in ti'no roar of lauijliter. lltat body by n vote of 120 to 31. Tlttn tlio last shot of tlio retiring "Captain" lias fallen harmless to iho ground. Would ihat his other bad nets of tho samo Idnd had been vetoed in n similar manner, by tho "coor diniilo brunch of llio Government." rhrisicndoni and the. world. In iho cre.it onlli. t whl. h is nnw oii'iiuii;oli ihe (dull eh of Cud, he wall lake ll e front of the balile. In the ifTirt tn eompa.s and i--ulijUL'ate the world to llio (ros, slie Wll (iress iuln every frld nf n'cilou. Her eaele "lands wilh un fil.lfd pinion. , readv lo lake her tliaht to the ends of llio earth, and in their upward, onwaid passive, lo senter It'essinjis rich, rand more precious linn drops fioin the wiiil's of the mnruinij. Mny those pinions never bo M.l.'il till Ihe win. In world, ream afd and norifie,!. .ball n non beneath llio .Indow of . tcrtial love, waiting' for ihe (.lotions liberty of llio children of (lull We have finisbel this imperfect fketeli of llio 1M sriiu l-'athers. O.ir In nrts evull in the fart thai ihese lionor.'d nnd now ainled inen, ihe I'.lorim I'nlhers, are still represeiitid on theeirth. May their spirit in s eu-folil einniiy .1 ml and ret on the whole Church, an I nl no distant d iv may Iho (.'hiircb un brace tlio uniiersil f unity of man I CONCLUDING SCENES OF CON G It ESS. Wo Ii.ivo tlio Ji.iulc of tlio 20th Connr-ss, which adjourned at 1- o'clucU on tlie niglit of llu1 IS'I iust. The Sen.ile, by n vole (if 21 to2;j, refused In toko up llio Oieumi bill on Monday (.nurse it "oes liver. I.lbertv. His luis'ion, tranquil and uiiimposiiii:, is yet noiiio in its nrijjin ami objects, ami nappy, as win as proud in its relation toj.ui. IVo one, (.culleimn, can appreciate more bialilt or lecojnizo mure deferentially, than itoes the incumbent of Ibis chair, tho powers, the pruiletes, and rules or forms of the Sen ito of Iho United Slates. To main lain Iheso iinimpnreil or unrel.ixed, he feels lo bo nn ollicial duty, stcond in impressive obligation to Ins eonsiituiional nllecinuce. To their exeicle the lie pnt.lii: owes inea'eulahlecood and thrniiiih them has leeii Gradually achieved a wide-spread fame for wis ilnm, j'isliee, modeinlinu nnd ellieiftiey, uiiiirpa.scd by any nsemhly of statesmen ill former or prcnitit limes. A calm nnd w-ell ndj'tistrd system of action in this chamber, carefully deiisnl an I Meaihly pursued by tnose wdio bao preceded us in it, lias indeed l.trcely contributed In tho llll'loohled success of our ureal pO' lineal expertmeiit. Instability, baste, procrastination, discourtesy, nnd indecision, habitua ly diseoiinun nnccd nnd bnnislied, in iitidi.turbtd suprt.fnncy here. the powirs o! culii.liteiud reason, and tho ij.ot of ot prnalieal pairintt.ni. uur country rnps llienen solid and substantial nihnntaues m her policy, institution., prospects, nnd renown. 1 The eili7en w limn it has pleased a people In e'einte by tlieir siill'i.apcs, from the pursuitsof private nnd tin nicstic life, nny btst eiinre his cranful seneof Ihe ' honor thus conferred, bv dcvotinc; bis faculties, moral i and iniellcelual, rosnlutHv to their service. 1 his I shall I dot lot. wilh n ddliilenee unavoidable to ono 1 eonseious that nlinost every step in bis appointed path I is to him new and tinliicd, nnd ecnsih'u buw d.inaer-1 o ,s n eoniral must occur in the transfer of pavvcrs I fioni praets,sl bands. I In ol,ervi?. bovvrv.r.npon tins ll .or. n number , ., , s.,y stm.,,in Vlil mcni-nized tlio of Ihnsi' eM.rtienced and skllfu N niisinni on whom ' ' J 1 r' b the nalion j'is'ly looks w ith pride ami re'ianee, I am ii.ureu nni mere cnn no mil nine oniiuer ol pntii'c . . . , , . , . ,, i d.si,lvant.ii!e Irom mndverleneiis or mistakes, which "'C'd'-'il promises or declarations wlulo only tluir conns, I mac readily avi rt nr rectify. And ilius, conllemon, while niininu frankly nnd im paitiilly In exercise tlie funciinns of no ncTiisiomc.l slaiini in the spirit of the eonsitulinn, for the enlnr yed and Instill!! purposes of n revered eounlry, nnd with simauo coon vvill towards all. I may cherish the cue. uraeiii'r hope of bein;. nble, wiMi the assent of nn indul'ii ut Providence, nl onco to perform my duty and nltract your ennlideuee. FRI D A V JI011NI.VO, MARCH II, 1813. THE .INAtjJJlfMs MESSAGE. Mr. Polk's nililiess to tho penpli', on ta kinr the oath of office, presenls notliiiifj of marked importance. In extent of commend nble brevity, it consuls mainly of well-ex pressed comninn-placi"!, such ns might be ex pected from si mini who felt himself called Diplomatic I! l.djiil " a fr. ir hf- and a fics'i- upon bv llio coiinnitleo of couference, was '"L'rfS'&f I"-"'-" " prvi.l. fort, restJent conttnis. ed on ev. rv sea. S ic is a country of d.rmir en'er- ijj se, an I is n a o.uv en nuuiiiicaiiu,' in inoee wn o -cuny In r on ceral er nainre." b.il she el..., and reli .'on am ttieeinh. America is a com uiererd uiiiu, nud it is on here. im n Tee and her r.-ln-ion ib it -he niiisi de pen I for her i.illieni'o amonj ihe naiins. li was e inmieree whicli ..-av.' In Tv ie nnd II ibylon, and her rival Ninevi'i, an I oili.'r aneieni empir. s, their roml iniillifiy di-linetiou. Hot il vvns eo.iiin. ace w Inch had no conni'tioii with ihe religions and ihe tiue. It w I, lb 'relnr, bill lempor.nv. Tin ir ureatiu -s Ins p.isjed nvav, Tiie iv ivcs of iJm si u nv mil wh. re on v si I the ins.t nnd inan'.liceut pala i sof we illh nn I luury. 'I'll'1 lit itl'l nenis.,1 tluir eomoieri ia! on-termi-eaud tinispelllv ale now- etil'iiM.-il into nshs llritiiiianl Aii.Ma are taua'it that if the -un ..f their prosperity is vet I . ascend mil shine forth full. orbed, n it o ily m isi h ith n iiious enjoy a tree and un fettered e mini 'nv, hut tint eoiunieree iii.hi ie sme. I'll" 1. " lliiihteoiis less exalnih n nation," nnd this rigllteousnes., tbeertat piineiplrs of j i.iicenud truth, li m si perl, i lo its e nil mere., I Is science, its enterprise. Ill ibis is iho st l'.itilv, ns well as die sireti'.lh an I power of M i es. Inl'l'S, m nei holds ie. eonimiio pi ice. 11 oh her navy and her mi ri bant servi-eare jireiily un ler a rehyiu.is i dl it nee itid ibis inlbn nee uln-els her ef.iirn 'ree, whitdi now extends to every coist nnd elllnis llio enilli lenee of every p.stple. Tliemll'ienee of eouniierceon tlieinmrnvetm nt and the tli.siiny of llio world is second iry only to the all jnwerfil. all s-upenor eeonotuy of i; race. In l.er commercial posuim Aniiri'.a is 2 eat ; but her true Mreniith lies in her reliaton in hei free, pure, Proles taut Christianity. " Anierie 1 has ihe most ainp'e re snurces tn saroa I ihekuow bdueol thi truili overtl.f fetent co'iutii'-s; a id which, in in rapidly increasine urealness, vvill find at Is and supphts lamer lhan bavo vet been p is.es-ed bv any empire for beni'tinini.' man kind. Tlie nie des"e'i lauts from nneesiors wdio, like the b'sther of the I'liihiul, for ilie sale nf truth, vveiilto.al.ini vvlnc'i lli,vv kn'vv 11 it ; an I. like ihe e'uldrell nf A'irah nn, as lliey have lb. liulh m their keeping we trust that they will carry il vviJe, even to Iho ends of 1I10 earth. " 1 Thev hivonn neeil of a dispersion to spread them I abroad nmoiu the unions ; for 1 veil now, in the in. fancy of their nrmin, their vo-e!s much upon citiv coast, I lit ir inhabitants n iiouru in every country, nnd religion Brows wall t li . ii srowihaiid .iriibiIiciis wuli their sireiKlh. Thev earrv their altnis with theut inin ihe wilderness, nni ihroti'jli ihem civiliatn.n mil Olirisiianuy will flow on with an evir enlamini; stream, ti'l they cover the shot e. of ihe Pi alio. I'.ven lli.n, iheoeeau vvill nut Itrminato their proytess, Inn ratht r open out a passage ti ine snores ol lii.itru During the present sess.on of Congress, a vnnnsr man, delririiicd and almost hi'lpless, nd of been permitted In occupy a niclio in tie! lobby t loaning to llio 11.111 01 llio llnlisn 01 KPire-on-...1,, ,,l .1.,. I I 1, i.,.. , .1. Tin; SeiMlii reeeilcil front its ainenilinent nzines novel-, and new-p iper to the L'ravo !..7r lo the Milil.ny Acidemy bill; and it was j islator.s o( the l.uul and the stiangers 1 isitnio the, . ,, " seat of (iiiveriiiii'.nt. 11 iMi .. 1 Day by il iy, iliirino; the session of Congress, ami, and unlimited expansion ol lerrttory. I in; i-oriiucaiinii inn wus iiu.ioy .11,1.1 this wnrlliv salOMinii has boon found lale and mem of i.nv. ' tn, strikint: out lliu appriipri.ilion of S 10,000 oarly at his post, until Tritliy last, when his oeii was iiiiion eioseo, nno 111 piaco 01 me pro. prietnr, a Humming weed from ono of the preparing to enter on llio duties of a big trust. Tito modest w in of silf-depreci itton nnd of hopu in tlie aid of Almighty power wilh which it opens, is in good tasto nnd very becoming. One seekinir to extract from llio wbnli four columns llio specific points on which Mr. Poll; declares himself iineipiivocilly would porreive that these, are, nntar'onisni to vvh.it is technically call, d iilmliiion, a na liotiiil li.ink. a lyili'.i,'.l ilidil, ami 1 epiltlialion with iinipi,illfn d .ldllerence In Texas, Oie I lie Civil anil Diplomatic Hill, as ncreeil , knob Upon enquiring for the pmr deformed, it wan ascertained tint he had In-t his father, and that Inline no other nhce of hti-tuess. hn bad Imiii.t iiislenil ol a full minister to China. . tir inntiriiint; lokeu to his book cao, and gone he provisions of the new I'lisl-Office j out to vent Ins sorrow In the lnrren woods ami 1 in 1 I . I . : . . " "MI'IH, Pi 1 vVrlUI" 11IJW IllUi IIMI'r una Mill IIU lull, by a supplemental act, go into operation tr,mlo ,,..,,, ypt c, " Wiio the inombcrs of Cnnrrrcs, loaded with honors and wept by a nation's eyo goes with funeral MlllllT All on tin.. 1st of Jolv. The II. 11 bur bill pissed bolh houses. A correspondent of th'1 Tiiliune stales that it bad not been returned wilh the President's signature. , (Correspondence of tin N V Tribune, March I, 3 ' A. M.) I Tho Senate had no Incentive Keion tn-day. ' So the whole bo ly of nueonlirnieil oll'uo holders is h. niiled tiler lo.i l'olk Senate. , It was oenerallv feared In. d.iy?h.it the 1'iesi- lloot would vein the. Post Office' UiH. Il Is said 1 that a strong feolinir an nnt the lull was main 1 fe-led.il the list Cabinet meeting. It wissigned ! howevr, last evening ami is now law. lis nrn- vi-ionsvvill go into operation on the lt of July nex'. , riiero is litt'e dniili! ih it Mr Tyler has cither vetoed orp 'ckeled Iho Harbor lull ! Von w ill see Ih it Mr W.igg.iunn (a nephew of Mr Tyler, I hulieve.) has been sent to Major ' Duuelson, Charge to Texas, with the Joint Ites.i- luliirts for Ihe .innovation of tl. it country to this. 7'iie llaibor bill was pi.od. The Siiiillifiiuiaii lull vv .is laid on the table Me Ad.iuis was oppn-ed to some of its provisions. The yeas lo lay on the table were 60 ; the Nays :il. The low a ami Florida bill, as amended by the Senate, 11,1. passed. On iiinti 111 of Mr Wi i e of Kentucky, (ex Spoaker.) a vote of thanks was pasted to Speaker Jones. The Foreign l'o-tage lli'I passed. The Veto Message off he I'res dent, on the bill relative to the building of Revenue ('intern and rite. liners, vviiieu nas passeu nie ouu nu oy pomp tn his long home, llio poor deformed bangs his token of allot linn upon the wall or llio ves tibule, through wlrcli tho funeral passes, and retires to weep aloi.o I Tun Dutchman andiii two Dens A Jer. sey Diitclimin told us ycterday all about his domestic all'iirs including his ' vrovv' and 'two togs.' We shall have nothing to do with his 'vniiv,' but give only a short extract of his con versation concerning the " togs.' " Mine two togs is potior as ynu can find in to world, Te little vile tog, mil to phek spots on him, is not so pig as to pig tog nut nol'n but vito all oier linn. Te little vile tog's tail curl votice, twice, tree time-', like te shinoko from tii'iie pipe ; but te otter tog's don't curl one lit tle unte, pcr.uieo il was not cut off long enough lo curl. Veil Ie bltle log pirks, ho says, boa, wow, wow- j but veil te pig pull tog lets'his pari; oil, he goes boo, woo, vvi.o I calls him to pull tog pee,iue he piles te pull like lo tuylles. Von he catches to null by to 1100 and holds him as fast as I can v.ilk, Ie little tog jumps up pchiud, to catch hob! of tho middle end of Ins tail ; sml lie swings dis vay, and den he swings ilat lay, like like Ifke vol you call dat lot makes te clock go V We wore bore obliged to leave our Dutch friend, lining some very important business to attend to. .Y. 1. Mercury. THE CAHINET. Tho now Cabinet is matlo up ns follows t Jamp.s ItueilANi.v, of Pennsylvania, Sec retary of State. It. J. Walki'.h, of Mississippi, Socrclnry f tint Treasury, W.xt. L. M.uicv, ol Now York, Secreta ry of War. Gi:nitfii: Danciimt, of Massachusetts, Secretary of the Navy. Cavi: Johnson, of Tennessee, Postmas ter General. John Y. Mason, of Virginia, Attorney General. Ml but Bancroft wore confiimrd by the Sen 1I0 without hesitation. Ho had a deci (led opposition from the Calhoun side of llio chamber llio Whig Senators taking no part in tho controversy. It is pretty well settled, however, thai the Calhoun iufluenco is not to prevail w ith this ndministintinn, nnd tlie succession is to enure to Folk or Wiight probably tho former. Wo observe that he was nominated at lite Plattsbuigli celebration of tlie dlb, for re-election ; and it is baldly to be supposed that lie would decline the nomination, should llio people urge it upon him 1 Tho following speculations of the Courier's correspondent, present a general view of tlio political aspects of the new ud- ministraliiin. More ericved nud more iralo than the Wlii?-. nro the Cilh'iun men, and tho propnirandisis of free trade. It tlie caiunet is to l.c compi sed ns wo tiiinu ol liu cbanaii nnd Walker, and if Have Johnson and H.in ernfl nre to bo its chit f members, and llio ruling gen a of llicndmini'.trauon, Cnlhounisni will tie in a sliort time an iil.sl met idea. 11 will have nn Inmrililo exist ence. Alrea ly 11 ivo its leadcrsncrcciicd llns tenden cy; and their spasinoilic netion loo clearly I etrays at once iheir iiuhiinalion nnd their impotence. The Cabinet was manufactured nl Xashvillo. Mr. Van lluicn ntpiseiliis formaiion. I! preferred a se lection of bis t'liends Irom other Mates, and an onus, sum from Xevv York, to evince a gtcaler iiupartiihty. nn I to secure a'reiier p jwor j an I if Marcy he now taken into tlie i;,it, net, or ivv ml; rtpreseuied iheie, 11 is nn improvenienl or nn nliciauon of the orimnnl intention. Much is not tho Cabinet on the Xnshv lie p an , 111 4 Ii it no New Vorker was inclutkd. It ts a d, moiistr'ihle f let, thai in this nrrnn.f''inent no flieild ol Mr. Calhoun has been ennsuited 1 not TEXAS NOW THE TAItlFF NEX T. Lot tlioso Northern men, who have pro fessed to bo great friends of llio Tarifi, and who Irivo yet aided in llio Annexation of Texas and tlioso other Northern T.trilTmcn who havo disregarded tho morality of tho question, turned a cold shoulder upon the Annexation of Texas, and enquired only bow it was likely In tifTort "our business" lot Ihem look out, now, for the signs of tlio limes. Sit new Lorn Foco Senators thorotigh-gubig Anti-Tariff men will, probably, lake their seals in the U. S. Son ale, nt the next winter's session. Several now Lnco Foco members will, also, bo added lo tho House of Hepresentalives. Tho cry of "Repeal" is already loudly sounded, in rcgaid to the Tariff, fromsever.il sections of the Loco Foco encampment. If wo aro not fearfully ulivo to litis mailer, tlio next Con gress will enthcly prostralo our wholo sys tem of protection to tlio products and labor of tho country. Hear what tliu Richmond Enquirer tho great organ of Southern Loco Focoism announces on this subject: "The riaitalingTiesiion nf Texas now settled, wc have only one other ereat ihinrnliy in our wny. (If course wc tnr nn 1'ic Tarlfam upon tlint great ques tion tlio South, will never 'forbear' never flinch never desert Iho duty she owes to herself nnd in her eounlry. Upon thai quesiion, wc hope Mr. 'all; if i lie true lo the pi til an under lenVA he vna clcrted pledges, ns ealtmnlij mailt al the llnltimore Con rention, ns they were tniilfin retard In Texas. On this subj'ect wo renew .vow, at Ibis 1110. t important nnd neceptcd lime, !hr r'edi!e, nntl in the same spirit w u c i was oren ueo tl 1 ie ii t rrsn n inn nr ti,e i.e.,. islative Convention, 'to rniso the consecrated banner, .lliu IMIIIU uiiui.1 I, lllliu WO SUCCICU, Asia till Imih ilie oil and llio new worl 1 nre united, more tli in two thirds, (only 1 in the negative) nnd it niris'i lenatli 1I.0 s unc arts nnd iln, . r,.. 1 as read, Afier mine rein 11 lis from Mr It lyly li.'.oi. H'obavealreilv refernd 10 wliai Amirieais nf V.i. the leas and nays were ordered : Yeas doiu" tnpour the clear. fiiUir.nn. of h.rhviuo Chris., ,.,. v,,..";)!. So Iho bill, III spite of the Veto lianitv t.-itn ibose clnniit Is wlirbau allvvi-e Prmi ' ' " ' , ' ,,',,.. , J 1 deiiee'bas hid open h till at boino mi I .ibr.iid. dl.r "'"er, is a law. While calling the )i. is and b.mevolence, annually exiecdini'ilie su f live null. ii.iv ihe I r of li o'clock armed, and Air Hay- 1 mi s'erling, for edtieaii ai an I riliejon, is er.idnaiid Iv tried to luie 11 lost hv adjourning. Alter Fonio oilier iiu-mens 01 mini impntiancr was transacted, a riuimiitieo which bad been .ippoiiiti'tl to wait on the I'resitleni, reported that the I'resi.leiit had no farther cmiiiiitniicallotis In make lo oil hit IIhush, and Ihal he w ished Ihem a safe ami a happy leturii liotiie. The I louse then, al leu minutes after !i o'clock voted to adjourn. lilMCUI.OUS HIUTISH COM- 011 a nnido scab. In r first taleius anil to i.l hopeni1 .. . .......... . . .1 1 . - 1 1 . energies nro iiitiincu n. in. pjni.tn ni lenion ller clinrebes .and her uiiss'unaiies are tn bu fotiml whith ersoever her couiuieieit lias been cartied, nnd her mo ral 'ritl'ien eis us wide ns' the vvoil.l. 'I Ids, in union nud eo-'.periuon wuli that of Hiitain, uclnui.ui. the whole nspect ofsoeitly. The children of bull countries nre spreading over the globe, earring wuli them iheeleinenis oftiuiver al rejoneralion. Already nil thiuns are beeomiug new" Tho supt rstiiinti-nnd errors of ners nie melt avvni i liunian ay-teuis nre b. insr sha'.i 11 to iheir fotinlnioiii earlhly ctcrds are rnm blinp into fra! iiienis; inin I is hiukluii! its fellers, nnd .all ereainm i sihuu forfteedoni. V'icifay uf rtih'niilion ilraxt t'h riij'i. Hnroe in the eh iri.it oliuspiraiioii ihroiih ngrsofmne, wenre set down in ibe midst of .or-pas-in? I iveliiiess nnd elory, when 'Ins etirlli shall be ns chaste in principle ns it is nnw iuieiire, nni vheii 11 briuhlvr lybt than lint which invested ihe risinu vvnrld of wains which Omniiioleipe called out of chaos nnd dar ness. slin 1 ctmiie the whole moral ... (J,,rvsfi,r, er. ation. its more than .1111 like biiuluness relleel ibe ' glory nn.l Irippines of tuaven. In the betiet' nn I Hag, and receiving a prompt response from nnllllia Ion u ue 1 a uffi".i. we are re nv 10 exe aim 1 e 1 1. . '.1 .1 vVil, l,ei.J.i..b..'el. will' nr hieher end purer W ' ! lu futt, bu sought an inleivtevv with tl injs, and lookmsl.irwbai never enttroil into his heart ' Governor, which was declined. In fact llio lTtr.Aic nr a jtAMir.it, A letter from tho Sandwich Islands, da ted 1 lib September, lSll.repotts tlie ani v.d llieio on llio lGlhof August oflhe Quix otic Lord (ieorge P.iulel, in II. II. M. Ftig- Afler saluting lliu Hawaiian to COIHMVO 1 Adspi e convexo imitantem pnndere intindiim j gnxciuuifiit trealt'd liini with cool iudiffer- Terrnsni,e, irncliisnueiiuiris. laeliiintiMcprofiinduini , ence, tl natur.il result of bis outrageous set. Adspicel venture lactenturnt omnia sui'lol' . 111 ..,, Th(. 1110 ot the r.uterins the leinp'e of truth conducted Into the luiiur stales : lioliest of all. and slrtndine: bv tho lauin ol nroriheev. ' ... it 1. utsit. iitinr unit slendv ledil i the f,n ir,. we I Is for Ins Miiistv anil tlio memberi of the Gov I .A for 1111 hup in which ibis vvill be morn limn nab ) triimeut, nnd the lespeclaldo porti 111 of soeioiy, th.-v U"d. Chiisiwniiy w ill spread nnd iriiimi Ii over evei y would li ivu tiuilii'ii 10 do wilh bun, which grimly' nitier svsiein 1 nnd in iu nronlBnlion Amerten v, ill . veye.1 inv lurtl. However, lie behaved. perMinnl linvo no coinmoii putt Sh" n.ul llrilaiti will advance 1 v, tolerably well kept his mill on 1 01111I and, 011 ... 11 . t...: ..:.:).... ...i ,. ,. ... " t .1... o..n..'D l..v.l...ln., d.e u.,.. r- w nil itrru km a. in. nt,-,. ,i.i.iii.i. t. m. 1 r iieio 11 snail oecas.oo to n.vs'.,... u .,,.''. I... en., iftiikiv.. wilh ihe !l'jbe. The di.t'inee U.I...-I. I ..,,, in whose wiilirs he nv. Miorllv before lenv w Ii3vuine.l is losl. Amiiie 1 hnj mnile so rapidtv 1 iiig, .o creiiicd stir, one imdniuhl, by hlazini: away ,,,.n ,.u. ll. il. ..!., IS OOVV US Ollich Ot tin, ndvinea flM ..-i"...!.. hni.tttsol. S. oillSli.llS lind L'UIIS. Ill dCIt tatlld' ourselves, in tho race of Christian benevolenco nnd nv wilh all ihe beat and ardor ofa real lulu. Tne rnlernrisfl. I whole lovvn vv.ro Hailletl from tin ir slunil.irs, und

Voi. frnm L'.e wound which s'le note flrrlir.i trill I .nsbe.l lo the IlllUSI-llUI' to St 1' What W!l to l.fl V I mil the remit. Kuril sueees.ive cenrrniion of her eltil. I u any dupljy they made of it, in their mjjht robes, in lilen will na up inihued wilh the same spirit. The every Maidi li'thied up Iho s.ene. Tho ship btini! lessons ,.rfr ,et ml. relt rion nnd enlerorise. wliib sre el. is,, lo ihe bouse . llie nilllovnilCO Was Very CTeat, now beinir taiiL'bt, vv il bo perpetuated tilMale-t pos-; parlieul trly to bis Majesty, who slcjit, asitwerc, ,..rilv. Tl.ev ntl lmilie.1 nnd dtseil,lili..t os heenmes , r'mlil under (tie L'llllK. n nnlinn pleilee.1 to ureal deeds. 11,-r schools nre for I Tho Indies nnd sirk were much alarmed, nnd the ,1m, lilueati to of ilia inlt'lbiet l ie develoneinent of ' whole town excited, Indeed, lit in V feared It wns .iilod with nil its oovvers nnd ennneilits i her nulnit is bona fine nllack liliotl the fori' ut it soon died away. for tins Hint) and vigorous expositini of tho (Hicisi'mi nud I.onl (ieoreH inul Ihe udihiionnl ilisf.it I iun, for uirnies the brmiinif them boine lo everv min'a bo- 1 ihn sake of a vv dd freak, nf nunovill'f i.lld frlulltenidl! torn ant business bi press is for iheauppnn ind 10000 slumbering penile, l'nh.ips he wanted lo ii. fence Hie in irnenanc nn.l .l'l,i-ion ol truili mm nuw inem wuu wnni pusio ue vvotou uao moo iii.on vlrliie. In mninl power nnd resources, America tint llio town, lind be had a chalice, durinj bis fust jloii- nrilv rivals, but hr exixls the r.uro'.ean Sinti s r.mr. oua ncbievemeui. land nlnua excepted Sbo lias eiiL'i rly pitsscd for Soni of las ollic. rs, lobe even wilh him, wrenched vynrd 10 luT present point of dvanre. n knocker from the tb'or of Itev Mr rmsuoiia's In b 'r f mire P 'Utcss, she Is drsnued, in common I ouse. an ) look olflhesisMi of Ilie, sfouinn's i haplnin, vviili Iliiiaiu, 10 enrrv ntonv wuli her ibedesiiny ofi polled up the trees nntl injured llio grounds of Dr. the, spec es II i) world is not only lo receive a new Jlookc, a eounlri nil it ol ineirs, wno nan recemiy ia I iiis'in.' a nevy pbilo ophv a new rol'minn i Inn lo j ki n ihe onlh of nlleginnee l i Ins Mnjesly, nnd per' lakils enure type n'i'l unttres'ion from these two formetl oilier similar misdeeds. nauoas. -nd sbotild Hniatn tleebne should herl seo the ship leave ihe liarl jJiup.n.ivy siifullofliein, eluuiner nnd expire Ainer. ICn.' pOSSi-Pse'l "'. ' ,..s'. .si. ... . in. in. ...r, nr. ,.c-..ie o . ... , , li'ion will siaiid tint ns tb't ereit le.'eiiiinior ul'tho ' dmu an fu to show bis rail ilnracitr. lie nih.d, " "ul Santa Anna in Mexico. A gentleman just from the city of Me:;ico inform us lint it is impoh-ible for those who havo not witness ed it, lo roticotin llio full measure of indignity lucli is mm' heaped upon (lie bead ol Ihe ty rant, b ulla Anna hiui-nlf says that the treat ment Im received in Texas, w lulu a prisoner. as infinitely more '.uinane thin that he expo. riences at tho hands of his own countrymen. he long pent u ii wrath of the .We.xicaus now finds lent in a thousand diU'erenl ways. Kiery portrait, every statue, elory thing, in short, that might keep alive a icmeinliraucu nl the tyran', .is been insulted, mutilated, anil destroyed : Ins name is introduced in ribald songs, and sung at lery corner: caricatures aro hivvkcd about, bowing Inin in every conceivable odious light ; tide ieols and obscene pasquinades arc let (.If at Ins cxpcn.o : and his past acts aro coupled with every thing infat ions. Dm a few weeks since, and llns same populace ihred not breathe Ins name saio in praise. ,. u. I'iciiiune. Pi:inr.vr.iu:. This is tho great secret of success in every unilei laking, I ersever.incc H tliu magic Ue) which iiulucks Iho gales lo honor, renown, happiness, and wealth. Many instances ol tiuliring porseveranco bavo been noticed among animals and men ; bill we believe the lolloiviiig instance on the part of woman, goes ahead of anvlhing wo ever beard of m tho persevering way; Some vears aso a wonnii lived in a villaeo in (jainor!nusbire, whoso husband wuli the lit lie for nine ho had i:ot with htr bomjlil a small farm. Ho bad hardly closed ttio purchase, when death closed Ins evis. However, nni iiiimu mien oy inis, nie wioovv marritd n second liusinud. w-tio soweu it, Ito like wise died, and she tried a third, who reaped it, Itul .lentil soon snatched inin away, mil she married a fourth, who threshed It, lie loo. followed his tircdo- eessors, nnd she iben married n filth busbmid, who is now living. All this Happened w'iiimiei"htien monllis. On the tat ill' tpieslion be teilet ales the of ten-repealed plua.se without ineatiiiig- least without explicit and ileltneil moaning whicli figured so l ugely in llio discussions preceding the election ; to wil, that I lie priu ciple adopted should bo a revenue tariff wilh incidental proteclion. This is the political substance of the ail dress, whicli, eilber as a whole or in any of ils pints, offers no pi eminent ground for con sure or necessity for enlarged continent. NO MOKE OF THAT! The town, by a unanimous vote, at ils I ito meeting instructed tlio selectmen to make special inlerposiiiun to prevent fuluru en croachments upon lite slreets and highways of Uorlington ; anl ailso lo utlopt sullatdo measures for tliu abatement of existing nuis ances of this description. The evil iu ques. lion is ono that needs cnrreclinn, and we hopo to seo tho instruction acted upon by lliu proper autboiity. Most people, wo im agine, will be disposed to live up to (be reg ulation ; but should some still bo disposed to disregard so manifest a propriety, wo hope all such cases of contemplated encroachment will bu promptly reported to llio Selectmen. Hy the way : would il not be well lo have a re-survey of the town plot 1 II has be come very difficult lo determine lliu lines of some of our streeis, and encroachments sometimes result from the want of proper in formation on Ibis subject. A case of this kind was liiignlr.d horo a short time since, at a heavy expense to llio parties, and result ea in a deduction by tho Chancellor ofsomo two orlbreu bundled dollars on llio stipula ted purchase price. In this case, tho from y.nd, and a few inches of iho wall, were shown lo bo in tho highway. So il seems that il is alike inexpedient to sell and gtur- anteo lots filched fiom tliu street, and un profitable lo tho purchaser to resist iho pub lie, and then seek redress, perhaps, of tin ;, eeoosi7;c .'iiaiMiilor i for, as a general Mr. Calhoun hunt. If, nor Mr. Woodbury, nor Mr. llolui"-; nor li is eith t of iliese dMineiesbo I ir. idle lliellbtilis belli d to express his opinion, orbetnof fered nil opP'Oliinilv In Lnress his views, upon anv i f ihe ttiiure me stircs n' the ndinitiislralion I This is not nsi r ion, it is f ict. 'lhos" vvho tveri'irevv Van I'uren in the llallinvre Convention, may have overieT-hed themselves. The leaders of the ancient ilvnas-v nre feline politicians, -nut fall, it at nil. upon their f.etl II was pj-e nuau yed by them, ilia' iu eae Van I'uren com I tun oh tliu tlio iiomioaiioii at llalumore, l'olli should: so that, if they fill wi h lb 1 one, th"y might n.so by the other, and tluir strategy succeeded admirably. The opponents nf Mr. Van lluren liave I'albn into the pil uiev dti2 tor ni'ii : thev have betrayed llieim.vcs. Their punishment rises from their isiiorauce of tluir corivnls, who aro centuii' s iu advance ol .ilacluavii. Van litircnism. therefore, in i' rssenee, thouch modified in foini, is resiorid. Mr. l'ol1. reiurns to Ins old puddectious, and recollected nritipalhie-, and will bring iu with his a.iutiut-trnlioii, the old liveries. tliit what support vvill this administration find in the Senate ? what oppos.n;. sireniilh to llio mi.hl nr raved ncain-t it? Mow will il quiet llio Wb ilem tier? Hentou inactive, Woodbury sullen, M.'Pufiic, linger, and Lewis haughtily silent, where will be it- intellect!! il strenulh, where its nnmericM majority.' I .eo nothing but darkness in llio face of the Demo crn'.to wnlers. Tho Imuzur.il is pronounced Van lturenisli tli it is non comiiiiltal or. nt least, where il his anv de eirled mi nilllii., it cn lorses the nncient fiilb. To, do it j'os'ioe, however if ibere be much mischief in it, it is I.itoul : nuiio ..pneais on Ils surf tee. Id HlltAllY NO nous. Knickerbocker, .Vnrri, IS 13. With a rich and varied table nf contents, ihn " IMi or's Ta. h!o" is, ns usual, Iho iilutn iu Iho pie. The fol. lowing anecdote of Hamilton and Harris reln lcd on tho authority of tlio lalo Judjo liowan, of Kentucky. It was at a most critical period of our history, when men's minds were unset tled and in a ferment. Ilnrr expected tlio re sult would ho monarchy, and wished tn provide fur hmi'glf. Ho soul a friend to (Jen, Hamil ton : w " ('ol, Hdrr presents his compliments to Gen. Hatuillon : Will (ion. Hamilton seize tho pres. oni opportunity in givn a tubie government to bis country, and procide for ii frirndst" The immediate reply was: " fieii. lamillon presenls Ids c.otnplitnents, in return to Col. llurr: Col. II. thinks (ion, II. ambitious, lie Is right. Gen. II. is one of tho ut st ambitious of men i hut his ir.We ambition is to deserve well cf his country." " J. G. S." of Vermont, says the IMilnr, hav ing himself just entered in'otho coenub.al state, urges his bachelor friend to try the " puro p'.csh- urs ol llynung " Vou may dream of poetical fame, Itut the story may i banco to miscarry The best way of sendniEt one's namo To pn-tcriiy, Charlcs,"is to marry,' After Fonio must pathetic and perstnsiva ar. gumctitatiou, ho ventures this very sensible ad vice : " Don't fteirc.fi for an anctl a minu Ie, Tor suppose you sneered in tho sequel, After all, tin deuco would bo in it, l'or the tinich would ho highly unequal. Tho angels, it nntsl be confessed, In tail world arc r.aibct uncommon i And nllovv tne, dear Charles, to suggest, Vou'll be better conti nt with a troman." Mr. Charles Liftman' " Letters of a Land scape Painter" aro not very tenderly handled. " lie is a ivorsn writer than painter," and not worth notice as either. Apropos of these " Let ters," tho American Review says "thoy wcro written in a simple age." The End. Iu consideration of tho flacrrant nulrages committed against Iho peace and dig nity ol that Male, in the person nf its amlnssa d ir, Mr Hoar, by Iho people of South Carolina, the Legisla'uro of Missachitsells has decided to adept a written protest t Whether this paper btillolt vvill tniko Ma'sac'-nsrUs negroes citi zens of .South Carolina, or frighten the lat'er State nut of existence, is a matter not involving very Fcrinus doubts! Anil llrs long-winded report is the end of .If issiehusotts bluster about her "free and equal" colored gentry. St. L llepnrler. i u n .ii issncnitsous auopls only a Demncral'ic lln- etc, Mnrrh, 13 lo Alas I for Capt. Tvler. In an artirlo upo-i the " Lale actino I'raiJent," (it used to bo I'ltsident Ty. ler,) Iho reviewer discourses thus : " Men rarely love a treason so well, as to forget to despise tho traitor. Nor indeed is it by any moans clear, lint ut his defectum from tho Whig, who Ind placed him in a position which gave him power to do harm, Mr. 7'yler is entitled even to the usual good treatment which the policy of war accords to deserters, ' is To deseit voluntarily is ono thing ; tn be fairly I scniirgeu out ot mo ranM and out nf the camp, .)ro. autUhon driven over to tho enemy as the only ....!! c r t e . n . i ptacu oi leniu.', is iiooi i.t r, non a very ouicreni test is proof of her forbearance .South Mns. Ami when the pers. n thus expelled was Carolina lias claimed and exercised the already lumsoll adopter in the enemy's camp. power of driving fiom her soil a venerable ,wm 1,12 M1(; '" "l"rl1 1,0 "t,,,s 'noininiously , ,. , .;. . ,, , , , driven back when his prolonged continuance anil peac, lul cozen of M tssicbtisotls who lherc, ,lp ,0 t,e time of thai expulsion, has in. visited Cbailestnti for no oilier purpose lhan v. died in itself iho grossest treachery lo tho to testquielly the constitutionality of ono of He froln Vl,icl' lie '-p!" ful pLeatcs a refuge, . , lV . , . , , r " cannot bo protended that any verv strong her laws allecltng tho rights and uilercsts of caf0 js rna,0 ont from n very cordial welcome." Massachusetts. Massachusetts might, in re- J Tho whole multitude of ihe "acting" I'resi- turn, expel from her borders everv cili.en of 'i.11'" Ei"5 ar! arrn'cJ ,lofo.re l'""' and ,ie . ' is formally turned over to tho " common con- Sniitlt Carolina, would have no more means tempt of 'both Whig and Uemr.cratic parlies." of obtaining redress for that outrage ih.tn Massachusetts has fur obtaining redress for tho outrage committed on Mr. Hoar, She prefers a peaceable remonstrance. Patriot ism and not revengeis the guide of her coun- Tliis is just enough, so far as Tyler is con- cY'rned ; but 1'olkism should not bo so ungrate ful towards tho man who breathed into it the breath nf life. Ingrati'udo is scarcely less mean than treachery. There ate liei dos some dozen Tales, Criti- rictus. A-.e. The I.ilprarv Itiillntln" is a nns. cils. I ailisans may sneer nl her, but pilnols itivc imposition, being nothing hut bnoksoHers app and her conduct. rule, trespassers nto slow to nuiKV restnu tion. Let a now survey be made, new and permanent monuments established ; then let those who build, bo sure they build upon their own land, and tlioso who buy, bo cau tious that they do not pay for, or rely upon, soil lo w Inch tho nulilic aro oi rigoi joun uv. cupants. POSTAGE. Tho follow nig nppinrs in a Cier man journal t " Dur ina the celtbiatioii of the lato nninvcieary nl Kten's ! oe. i v .tine I iw V't i vvll. II until r tie indiaui' ii wine, spoke ili-rt sp-ctliillv of the Kins of IVu-siu I n which ..lie of bis Mnjeiy- s otlicrs cnll.tl bun o I Ai ihreoexeltaneo- of shots the law ver tins in the .nr. everv liniu reiraelimr hid eMiies.ions t bin bis ad versary, limuoved by ihe lloblu eollducl of bisoppo neni, lired n fourth time, und mortally w-oundtd him. Wlicn down, Iho l.iwyir ilruecid liiuist If lo (be fool of Ihe tdlicer, nnd snul, ' Mr, I eonarniulato ion i you have won your cnpia.ncy.' Thl.ilvini! snoke of wit, bovvevir. l.toiiL'lil seviro vrncennco on Ihoassaasiui for tho King, on being undo acqiinuitiil with llio whole nf tlio circumstances, so far fiom promoting Ins odicrr. bruko bun mul dismissed nun wilh Un grace from tho service," ns surely lie should Lc. Av Asrcnorr. 7'bc New Vork enrrestmn dent oi the National Intelligencer vodrhes for the following: "A lady in attempting to cross llroadwny, near tho Hun ling Green, indiscreetly misled her feet to a surlace which she nnagin etl would sustain her weight, but found herself tho next moment immovably Imbedded In tho snow. An Irishunn, who was employed iu We were nil glad lo clearing an adj tilling smewalk, approached, and, cents, w The new Post Office law goes into effect .. ,i... Li .Inlv. 'Thw-creates two rates oi letter noslagc, only. Under llircc iiumirru miles, five cents ; over that distance, ten This will givo us communication lib most uf llio important business points al fivo cents; uul It "111 iiiumi ie.ni piue.it.,: for tliu postmaster. Another important tinil wholesale fealilie ol llns law is, i.i.n news .idneisciiculalo within tbiity miles ol Ihe iilaco of imbrication free. Do you bear Ihat bovsl Two hundred iiddilioii.il ub sciibei, w ill be taken, if atiplicalion is mad sunn I Wo do not doignlo overload llm mail: but tho way wo sbill crowd our co iimns, vvill lend to m.iko the miles amazing long, this sidu of thirty! Tyler's Last Vkto, Vktouo. Tl bill which iiassed bolh Houses of Congress several days since, prohibiting llio purchase or construction of llovrnuu Cullers, without a previous appropriation by Congtrss for that purpose, was vetoed by tho lato acting President, and on being talten up in the Senate in which it originated, , was passed, notwithstanding tl o veto, by a voto of 41 to 1, (Mr. I ohpiitl, ' solitary anil alono voting H.icKt.vn Out. Tliu Hon. John W. j Jones, late speaker of lliu louso of Itepre- 1 senl.ilivcs, declines being a candid.ile for re election lo Congress. Il appears tli.it bo . lias ascertained mat his uomeslic concerns advertisements m the shape of " Pull's." Wo presume tho 1 I. tnr is nut responsible for tliciu, though ibis does not Appcir. Istdy's Honk, Mfcli. Harrington Ins this, with llio o'her tllii-trated monthlies : Graham's, Ladies' A'jliunal, Columbian, Arthur's, &c. course, tell Ins most cogent reason for Division oi- Wisconsin Ti:itmronv. The Milw.ioki.- Sentinel is advocating a di vision of tho Teirilory into two separate Teiritnries. The dividing lino to run ns follows : Commencing on tliu Mississippi, at Prairio L i Cioix ; thence in a direct norlh- istern line to the mouth of the Menominee river, on Uicen liay ; uience iiortn, aiong Menominee and Montreal iiver, lo lake upenor, anil cmiiracing irom inat iiuonorin- ard all tho tenilory now under tint jutisilic- tion of Wisconsin. Tlio new Territory it is proposed to call Supciior Teirilory. Il would embrace an area of about SO 000 srpinro miles, abounding iu valuable lead und copper mines countless quatries of gypsum nd valuable building slono immense for sts of choicest timber a rich nail prolific soil, of prariu and woodland, inteisperscd ith small navigable rivers and streams, for hydraulic purposes; and all tho icrpnred re sources necessary for iho growth and pros- perily of a magnificent Slate. Along the western banks of tho new territory, tlio Mississippi is navigable to Si. Peters, within six miles of tho Falls of St. Anthony. Pass ing above iho Falls, tlio river is said to bo navigable for a smaller class of boats, for a distance of from eight hundred to a thousand miles, lo near its sources. This territory as also fivo rivers which aro susceptible of navigation many utiles iu tho interior. The Chippowa and tho St. Crov. can readily be ascended wilh steamboats fifty miles, to the heavy limber forests, wbero aro now erected and in successful operation, largo saw mills, propaiing lumber for llio Mississippi market. The lands of this section aro for tho most tart arable, and suscepltblu of llio highest state of cultivation. Tlio climate of llio conn Iry will compare wilh thai of Now England, Tho lA'ld's lAcing Age three new Numbers. Wn li.v.. -Jr. .,i.,l nP I..., I, .. ,,,i.,n r.1 render it proper for him to pursue ibis tins publication, ami we add nothing saie that Wo suspect thai Mr. Jones did not il rectus lo increase in jalue and interest. The , ,. . in trotiL ouioui'is nre u.ieu wuu ine enoiccsi declining to ... n.,,. t. ..:..... i ir MTVO tliu D.'iuucr 1V "f i.' iMirciifirr. , .. Ut! ninv rt'pirspiit' tlm Iticlnnond district, A Sprits if Discourses, tmiarhu Popular and and Mr. Holts h is announced hiuuelf as the ''P""''"- Nt,ljtclt, vy,red ,.,oi ,ei.crnI on lirrions occtrsiois in cfilercn places nnd under Whig cm lid He. Such an announcement different circumstances. the Author. undoubtedly terrified Mr. Jones. The I'icb- Tlio wise man lias said "Tram tip a child in the nionil I'lstilct is Whlir and Mr loni.c ' way ho should co, and when ho is old be will notde ntoiui i.isltici i.liig, and .Mr. Jones, it is Klt from u ,, Tlljs fcn lmom lh,la, u,fr.d in a morn than suspected, was elected last limn ' reuioro period of tho vvoild'i insmrv, nnd wluiias yet by fraudulent voles. Mr. liotls ronlested I lis seat, but i locofoco Congress did not see fit to do him juslico anil lo send their spea ker home. Mr Jones has no notion of en- I . ars t.pon it the nn- phv nt.d I tic duinest butiianity vvns in its iiitan :t- s i a il, soitn , s i be tr iili. It siezes bold al otue oi the true idea nnd end ot man's existence, and pi nils out ihe t nly natural means by winch he enn attain thai end. Vou see, my bearers, that tins sul'je, t is n I ugic . ne, nnd I np oronrb it " wuli lear nnd irtuihhrie." but nt the same counteiing Mr Botts before the nentile. or of' tuno with a deep and ubulinj cnvicunn, that u is permitling tliu people to decide whether or Mr Ilolls shall represent them. Ho knows Mr, U. is nn oieunatch for him and flint tlio people have resolved to have him for thoir Representative. Well, Mr. Jones is a pru- deut man, and foreseeing defeat avoids it. tl. Emxtion I'ii.iuus. On the last day of session of Congress, Mr. Ilerrien made a Report in llio Senate, from llio Judiciary Committee, relative to the frauds perpetrated through llio Naliirali. ilion Liwsattlto lato Clectiou. A motion was madu lo ptint 5000 xtra copies, at which the Loco Focos took firu and opposed it earnestly. They tried to defeat tho mulion by moving to I ly it up on tlie table, and event man of them rallied to the icork, but they failed. Tlio motion to ptint was carried b a vole of 24 to 2 every Loco Foco Senator present VOTING AGAINST IT! They do not want the People to seo tho ovidenco oflhe frauds they perpeliated upon iho ballut-box in tliu elec tion of Mr. Polk. RouiirsTCit Chaiitkr Election. charter election took placo on Tuesday of ast week. Tho Whigs elected twelvo oflhe fourteen Aldeimen, four of tho fivo supervi stir-, four of the fivo constable's, four of the five Justices, eight of lliu nine collectors, will neatly all tlm minor uflicers of the wards, Mr, Keelor, llio Democratic candidate for Major, is probably elected by 5 or C plural iiy over Mr, Allen (Whig). Hoyt, tin Aiueiican Republican candidate, received lCt, and Porter, abolitionist, 55 voles, Tho assertion of James K, Polk, that our government secures liberty and opportunity lo all, siys the Tribune, stands out iu glar ing contrast with the fact that Tbreo Millions of our People are, by law, denied tho right to their nun bodies, may bo hard worked, badly fed, cruolli treated, and not paid al all, in perfect accordance with Law, and their very wives and children sold where lliey can never seo their again. Mr. Polk is himself, tliu owner of something liko a hundred of these unfortunate beings. Now, whether il bo right or wrong ihat thoy should be ibus owned, it is certainly wrong to falsify il, by assorting that all aro protected iu tlieir natural rights by our institutions and laws, as Mr. Polk docs. 1 seo the ship leave iho barbo', and by ibis time you i tk iui; llie pipe out of his mouth, politely asked, .,. v. ,nnd on being sent to tin. .nu.lbaveliearileno.iL.bofher.yt.ursilvesibutl.ord ,M , , ia vo tlio ploajuro of uliovelling ,n "JK""'1'' . , . I (ieoree. litis hennino n historic name, mid such mci-' , " ' . ,t. llouu of Represent ItlVCS, It passed III Iturt'H.n Cn.MirKU Li.kctio.v. Jose G. Mason (l)em.) was elected Mai nr of liuf- filo on Tuesday, by a majority of I 139 over I Hiram Marlon, (Whig). Tho Democrats have also elected six of tho ten aldermen, and havo tbereforo llio control of tho city government. Hoston CiniiTKit F.Lr.cTio.w On Wed nesday an election was held in lloslmi, to supply lliu vacancies iu llio City Councils. Calvin W. II ven (Nativo American) was chosen member of tho Common Council from Ward 11. Simon G. Shipley, J. Cul len Ajer and Lyman Reed, candidates of iho same patty, woro ejected Aldermen witbiut opposition. Nominations Lost. Tho National In telligencer says: Tho Senate held no Exe cutive Session on Monday, so that a largo number of nominations to office, made by the lalo President, remaining unacled upon at lliu closo of tho Session, have fallen to the ground. Among tlieni wt.s iho nomination lo iho much. coveted appointment of Consul of the United Status at Liverpool. A Powiiurut. P.M'tiu. 'I'bo New York Courier and Enquirer has now four editors, Col. Webb, Charles King, C. F. Daniels, and II. J. Raymond. Either of the four is singly capable of making one of the ablest p ipers in the United Stales, not merely thedesiiuv of mdiv.duals, but of nations, and of universal hiurniuty. To the thoughtful mind, here nro presented two of iho mo-t inoiiientiious inquirits. 1st, VAhai is the true end of man's existence I aul, 2.1, vv bai kind of naming is necessary iu urdir that he may nttuiu ibis end ? The fact of ninn' existence neetls no proof since it was never di-putcd and that bo cms s for sonio specific end is equally cerl.uu, s nee I lie idtn if exist ence nl nil pre-supposes mi end. The first enquiry then is, What is(ia end Or in other words, for what am 1 created 7 and fol what nre you, my hear ers, created? What end was proposed for man, in the counsels of the Iutlli'le mind, vv ben he erented bun "in bis own im tp' nnd breathed into bis nos. trils the bicaih of 'de nnd man became a hvinc soul" Why for hmi d d he speak into eststcncc this btnu lif.il habituation, nud cud it caieerini! m perpetual ci.clis iirouud vondtr shuunu. orb I Why kindle up vv dliin him n spark of bis own imperishable nature, st imp upon him Ins own imaee, nud crown him with el.nyand honors 1 Why endowed with such hich nnd 'nolle faculties, nnd placid in nuiboriiv overall tho lower orders of creation, but that bcnustil nchieve a hicher destiny 7 Surely the Deity has not proposed to bis master work of creation an mglurious end ! Ho basunlcivrn toman the authority of n prince and tho inheritance of a beepar ' He has noi kindled up within Inin the files e.f niteltcctuil life lo burn wilh a lickenni. I righiiiess nil llns mortal frame shall ie lumlodusi, nnd then bo sinoihered in its ashes No, no. The spark of immortality lighted ep in his bosom sbnll not be quenched upon the shores of time ' It is destined to survive iho w reel, of mortali ty, nnJ renew its iuor in a spiritual existence un fettered and unci ased by its burden of carthhness to soar on untiring p.nions mm the pure angelic ether of spiritual life, in nn uuendinir scries of pro gre'ssion, nil it reaches a demee of perfection far be yond ihe powers of imagination lo c. nceive or fnncy to portray, nnd then it will b. it just have bicuu its career of improve menu Such is the end proposed by the t'rentor such is tho dtstmatioii of every son nn.l daughter of Adam. My hearers, do you feel tin foice ol 'i? "-'iTTtn ,llif innmrnious irn h in jonrinm .isoiiKl fathers nnd Mothers, ibis is nn arguui. r.j which conies home lo jou wilh peculiar force. Vou have commuted to you the Guardianship and Valuing ef immortal minds p'ants of ce'hsiial orein, that if nurtured with the suiismne e i rarenmi cnr( pruned wuh parental ten derness, intend wuli rrfri thing tbowtisof msiriic- non nnu ine wnousnuie news ot knowledge, vvill llourish with inimnrtul vijortn the garde n o'f trio Lord What principles, iben, oiijiht vou to irisiil into their minds J How . ojrtil yon to train them" npl Vou know- the wny Mey .WW co-train ihemurKIo no in it. on know the way they would ro-trsin ihem up lo nvoid it. I'dl ibeir numls and hearts withA good taing: and not besti.vv Ihem all upon iheir V I iHlies. I bere nr., llu se who ,rfyi al,J ,hr. (ou, of their children Ihat lliey mav clothe their bodiet with "purple and. fine lint-,." lle vo not ihot minded. 1 rovido well for the morafar.tr inttlltctual culture of your children, nnd thnuch thev be cloibed in rags tnry ,vill be honorable among their fe-llovn. MOBOAM'S THE 1'lBST. TOWN KLLCTION. Our annual March meeting was held on Monday. Tho following aro llie officers elected. Wyllys Lyman. Harrv ltrdlu and Selh Morse, Seleclmiin j Lyman Cum tilings, lloslwick Tousley and Samuel K. lsham, Listers; Charles Russell, Isaac Warner and Willi un R. Vilas, Tiuslrrs; Charles Russell, Te wi Ckikj U man Lane, Constable nnd Collector; Horace Lane, Overseer of tho Poor; C. I). Kasson Town Agent. The County Court commences ils session at litis place on Tuesday of ne.M week. t I I 1 i r