Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 23, 1844, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 23, 1844 Page 1
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THE NEW TO Vol. X., Slo. '463?Whole Ho. 3*03 NEW YORK, MONDAY MORNING, K HERA L D. SEPTEMBER 523,1844 1 wo ' tUadI AGGREGATE CIRCULATION THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND. THE UREATE8T IN THE WORLD. T? the Public. THE NliW YORK IltHALI)?Daily Newspaper?uub Inlied every day of the year eicept New Year'a Day and Kuarth of July, fnce 1 ieoti per copy?or $7 26 per aunain?postage* paid?caab in advance. THE WEEKLY HERALD?published every Setuida) morning?price 6*< casta per copy, or $3 12 par annum?post tue? paid, cash iu advauc*. ADVERTISERS are informed that the circulation of (lu ll: raid i* oyer TIHRTY-FI VE THOUSAND, and lucir.isiu* fwt it haa the target! circulation ?/ any paper in (Alt city, 1 the world, and, it, therefore, the belt channel far buainett men hi the city ar ceuutry. Price* moderate?cash in advance PRINTING of all kind* ?iwuimI at Uw inoal mode rata price, and ui lite morn elegant style ja.v.ks gordon BENNETT. rborniEron or the Hxralu iUTiluiWUNT, Nortliweet aiiriiet of Fultou aud Nassau streets. bOlt A Lb AN \ - kl? ?l> it CUANOhl). -<?" 'I be buainhDiit* WN1CKERBOCK.EU and *ROCHESTER will, on and alter i? onday ? tfu*4iioou, St'pi. lull, Irate al 6 o'clock instead . -a. ail tfrc M-.W ?Oi!\', ALU AN V AND 11HU oTl.AAlBOA'l LINE. M*Wk /**L l's!4 ALUANY AND TKOY.-Momi.iK cL ? ^m>* Ifom the fool ol Barclay street, lauding JE^HjHCa^a >1 uiU rinediate place*. it,' ...I'lllE, Captain .1. R. llor, Monday, W'ednea dm aud !? riday Alorniug at 7 o'clock. l lieai. iia.-r TROY, Captain A. Gortiam, Tueed ty, Tbiiri da> >tu.i Saltuday Mornuiy, at 7 o'clock. Lvcmug Llue front the fool of C'ourtl.uidt street, direct 'l iu sjiownei S W ALLO W, Capt.uu A. McLean, Alouday, Wednesday and Friday Evening, at 7 o'clock. The ft:-, inter ALBANV, Captain 11. B. .Maty, fundty, Thursday und .iatuiday Evening, al 7 o'clock. Tne Boat* ol Una Luc, ovs tug to t)<en light draught of wa le., <ur .,bl.- 41 all linica lo |*ui tie bars, and reach Albany and i roy iu ample tune to lake lite uioiuiug train of car* lor the earn or we?L h or passage or frright, apply on board, or at the office* on the w liarves. tnl'rrc J?AKE KLDUCUD. FOR CROTONVILL E. 8ING SING, TARRYTOWN, tts\ lit"' ING, WILTblE'SDOCK,HASTINGS cL aIM 1.1 x oNlhEKS.-- On and ul'let Bnturiliy, 31?-JB83E. iugust 31st, Ib-H, (be new and sulistaulial .. -v-jiilnGIOAI litV INli, Capl lltrain l uUiill, v. >11 Icaie llie In ilol Cliamuer atreel for ine aBove idacea, daily at J 1'. >1., ?u iday excaptad. Reiuruiiiic, will leuw Crotonville al l.>*. and Mug &1114 ai7 o clock A. Al., landing al the foot ol llauiui'iiid ?treet (Mill way. hut p-L.iate or apply ou board, or to 8TUPHKN B. TlMIPM.No. I'M Vv ?-?.! ?tr?iet. a3rc i 4 a.?u btibAt r.Ai/t iiSiUt^a. jt ji.iir.ti Ut.MKA f. Nkl W bKloil'i U>, I'Uilf lUcli.vlU.>U, (8'i'ATtN iel./tiNi>,) ANU Nn.W kOUK l'LRRy. (. roin I'lrr No. 1, Norlli Ivtver, loot ot Uatlery I'laco. \ rtl f'lte Sleauiooal C1N UKRKL.CA, will ritu aa ^U-^3pL^-^?iiillow?. Uaily, Iront .VUy iutlt lo Oclol>rr 1*1, 3KMdKa3L>M1 :?L*-.ite? New V ork at 'J rv-id LI o'clock, A. Ui ^/*, V *..Ul 1*. Ai. Uivj loti Uicumoiid, al 3li mtnulei to 3, and 10 intuolea to 10 A. i*l.; ai I, i>4 aud ti>k *'? t>i. Leaven New lirighlon al U and 10 A. M.; at 1/iii i aud 7X f. AL On Sunday?Leave* New Vork, ai 9 and 11 A. M.; at 3, 6 and S f. Al. Leave* fort Richmond, at iu uiiuulea to II and 10 A.M; at 1, 3 aud 4 1". Al. ,\e" \ ork, .Vlay 18, 1014. rnvll 6tn'rc OlAlM lOLxAiMLI FElla 1\ ~t OOT Ol- WHITEHALL.' 1 lit ttuat* will ruu u* lollow* uudl lurthe,' uodcr LJtAVfc NLW t UHK : fc. ?, 9, 10, 11, A. Al.; 1, a, *>?, 3, li>4, e. M. LiUAV L MAIlN bLA.Nu: 7, 8, fc, ?... 11, A. .VI.; 1. a, ?, a. 0>4, P. M. r. S ?All good* are required to tw particularly marked, and at? al lite rim ul inc owuei* Inaieol' jJO .VufitL-LVLMftO LINt, AT hlX ^O'CLOCK I'UJt ALBaN 1.?TIm *tHaui ^<0ai* .^NlCKl^KBUonLit aud HOCHt. v . *11 uughkW|i<M diirtilf I lie rteea cf tlie hair aud Cattle show, couiuieucmg 11a itlouday, Sept. I6U1. Kaie 74 ce.iu e.,tli way. *lti 4UC HOUR CHANGED TO bJX U't loCK, I'. ?!.?Ou >t.,d alu-r .viouday , Jx-pt. Ittlli, IM?, the 1 it lit Liue lo ALBA.v l' A.MU 1 HO I ?... nour ul departure from 7 lo 6 o'clock, I'. Al., aud will i-ad at 1 uugnk^r|iaie aunug llie gnat f air aud Laillt bliow. h ire Ij cent* only lo l'otigiiueopaie. '1 he steamer O tv ALLO ?? , Capi. A. .?lcl.ean, .Monday 16th, and xdatjd .y, IU1I1. 1 lie . learner aLBaN ? , Lapiaiu H. t> Ala. ), 1 ue*da>, tilit, '1 linr.a iy, lain, al C o'clock, Irotu C-ort lautli *u?vl i'lrr. Aiorun.g Line, at 7 o'clock, from Barclay alreet pier, the TKOV Aad lu.<lflRK. u_/ Kuriug lue Kair and Cattle fhow, Tuesday, 17th, \Veduuday, lUih, and iiiui*day , 1U111, will 1 educe the fan lo 7i UH.IU lo and Irom fougukeejiaie aua New k ork. *11 b'OR BA'IH, GARDINER AND HALLOWEIXT rtm '1 lie uew oteatner PEN OUHCOT, Caplaiu Kimball, leave* llie end of T wbarl, Bo*tou, ?1'^ ue*dii) taud 1'i id.iy evening*, al 1 o u.a>. ci..*,w wilt be iu iruiUue** on lie. turival at llie aboti pU.:. li' cnii 0v im-.tnifcer* lo 11 le neigliboutiK town*. hALL AND WIN l AtUtA.Nor.All^iN i . ni'ir^.tii' i\i) iVi'IV YuxiK. KARK ONLk uttNTB. THE NEW AND .1 W'IKT STEAMER RAINBOW, LAfl.?lN JOHN GAKKY. ON aud af-er bepleinber lOlli will ran daily, ???* follow* (Sunday* included) :?l*ave New ^irk, foot of 1 eiilrv itreet, U o'clock A. Al.? ?... ... r, . ..ik, fool of Barclay atrret, 3 o clock f. Al. apt i.c . I'AstdAUE Volt NEW ORLEANS?Packet of | tin ilSth Si pteinber?1 he spli-udul fill tailing packet 1 Inp tJOLL AlliO, Captain Eldriilge, *ail* |io*ilively h!ie li?* fiplrrdiil accommodationa for cabin, second cabin and steerage passeug.'!* Til i>u wishing to secure berth* should not Iriil to make early application o.t board, foot of Wall street, or to W.fcJ. T. TAPBCOTT, 76 bouth 11. cor. Maidau laue. _ The packet ship Arkansu will succeed the Columbo and tail on the 30th Sept. r 19 rc PAS8AOK FOR CHARLESTON.?P?cket~of **^?tlie 2.'ith 8eptetnber.?The splendid last *ailiui( packet ? <liip D1ADE.V1, Cajn. Barstow, sail* positively a* 81. - ba* splendid accommodation* for cabin, tecond cabin and steer - 1 , - . ? 1 win. vi ill be taken nt low raU^, if appltca lion be made ou board or to W- tk J. T. TAP8COTT, ? III 76 Actith slrvet, conier of Maidvu Lane. " PASSAGK KOR CIVfcRPOOL-Sails on"Wed kiie^day next, Zilli of September.?The magnificent nil i inarkahle fast sailing ship !*P.A, Captain fi.d wnriU, will sail positively ou Wednesday, 2Jth Sept. The accommodation* of .lie Sea in the second cabin, being in anew house, built on deck, wliirh is thoroughly lighted aud vantilated, anil bus also a window opposi e each berth. For pawnee, which will lie taken nt sttrr ave rates, apply on board, pier Na. 27 East River, or to the sultscribeis, ROCHE, BROTHERS ?t CO.. Ij Fulton str el, n?*t door to the Fulton Bank. P. H.?The Sei can handsomely- accommodate a few cabin passengers ut te y moderate r.ites. *21m ? |.ASSAtll.: KUU LONThIN.?Packet of the" lit ? October ?'I he splendid, faat sailing Packet iliip ?HEb vIKDIAI'OR,Captain Uhailwick, sails fioiitively ..?? , her regular day. The accommodation* of this ship for cabin, second cabin and tteernt,-' pvoenrera, cannot lie surr>a**ed. Thoae withing to sa:u^ bertlu should not fail to make early application 011 board, or lo W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, gIVe 7fi South slres'l. corner (if V1ai?l?il I vie. hOht CI V h.RPOOL? New Cine? lU-guIir Packet ?of Stntli Sept.?TIh' spleudid I'aal aailiag Packet Ship ?4HK.mi)*N Csiitnin y, A. De Peyater, of 1100 ton*, Will ???! as above. In r regular day. For fttighl 01 passage, having accommodation* aneqnalled lor apleiulor or comfort, apply 011 board al Orleaua wharf, fool o 1 W nil street, or to E. ft. COLLINS ct CO, M Siiuiii alieet. Price of Passage, ^ 100. dhipi>era by thi* line may relv ti|x*i baring their good* aor rectly measured, and liiat the anipa vf this lme will sail punc tual ly us advertised. Die isirkat ship Garrick, ('apt. U.J. II. Traik, will succeed tl.e -lienilan. v n ssil aRtii (Iploher. her regular day. auJBec PACKE 1 FOIt nWKh. (Second L|. e).? l lie Ship ST. NICHOLAS, John B Pall, >lsater, will 1 nil 011 tlie 1st of Octolier. eight, or pa>s ye. apply to UO'nD K ItlNCKF.N, No. 9 Tontine lluiltling, I'nrnwr W .11 ^,..1 ttarw ? 'mi Havana, mio?i i-hilaui-.h'iha. m Th? A. I I'l'.tiaili i^- p<ck?L barque h.I.lZABKTr | J , J- lui ltemiuklou, master, will sail positively on n Oc ober. po, 1.c,?ht or pissage, listing superior fumiahed accommo dation^, a luge and commodious cabin*, with twelve state rooms, apply to JtlrlN F. OH 1, h SON, _?17 3w inc*) 101 S.miiIi Whavvas, I'bilaalelpliia. FOR NEW OKI.; ANS-D.-jtr.iTT?-nie_stram ship ALABAMA, 7011 tons burt'ken, Hettry W iudle, iCommander, will sail fortheabo** porl on tha ISth en, at ? o clock This splci.itd and remarkably atsiuich *tr..iaer has bee > tboningiily os.rhauled the preneut sniiimer. newly C: |iiiered, and is furnished with * powerful set of new lloilers, m..i*i- at tl.e Novelty Worlta of thiacit/. Slie is e?|ircteil to make the ru 1 to tb? B -lixe with rjvie in sii day?; and having handsome anil comtort ihle accomm odations, lor both cabin ?ud stHeragp ouseugers, oliWs au icnustially desirable conveyance to tlie travelling community. Flir li ght ft?icht o| p.s sage, apply to <i. MERLE, aJ9 k i ?. -1. { M Front st. E XCH aSTgE Ijx "ENGLAND,"" I RE LAN D, SCOTLAND AND WALE8.-1V ibscriberha* nsaai'i ail time . for sale Oralis from Ll t/> '.I 000, payable at ill lb. principal Uaukiug liistilutions ihronghott ' the United Ki igdoni lOIIN HKRDMAN.M Sooth *1. NT B. Passage In and from l.iveri?>ol can be us uiedatthe Iowmi ratrn by any of the line of packet* sailing on 1 the 1st. ISth, I'h. IG'.h, 21 it - -ul 2i,lb of each month, on applicator n a* above. H "I e ___?? 01..visit v)lt OLD nl.Nh Of LIVEHe .POOL PACKETS?FOR LIVERPOOL'?Only -'- ntar picket sailing on the 1st of Octnk sr.?Tht p streets subscribers. HOCHE, BROTHERS k. CK ...* r niton street, neit door to tlie Fulton 9i -nk. I; "H NEW OIILE \NS-Unioti~i in. ?- Firii ? re-Mtar p ' li"t with ch?'t he lost sailinv v?"'*4t a ,,ip I N 111>, J. it llaitoriie, master, is now |.n'dn(t ??" ' ' n '??' imtn.-rliale dispi ch. For cabin, second csl fin ai*i sbsr^e imsenuers, hr.?nig superior arcomtnoda ion, e* ily ap plication should lie mnileon board, at Mnrrty's wharf o * to M .JOSRPII McMUKRAl , IIKI I'ine Sireet, cor, er of H nth * tree'. I . hOIC LI V LRl'OOL? lU'gular 1'acket ol ti a ibht wIJV"' Sept.? I ue nrst class, fist sailing rrvular l?rl? WWltfa bip MID-ldlMN, Captain DepeySterTwill MilT< *bo?e, i,er regular day. Fi ning ??ry snjenor accommodations for cabin, second cabj'i and 't- ?rag? pes.iengers, |<eraons inlendiug to embark, 1 bmJ.I roiike '.I# epplicaliou on bo ird, foot of Maidm lane, Jor (. > JOSEPH McMCRRA IT, I , 100 Pine street, corner of South sir ?etJ 7 he nb.ive will lie succeeded by the packet ship Pa trick Henry, Captaui Delano, and sail on the 6th October, her reg- j out day. all *n THE MIGHTY MOVEMENT or TMK WEBSTER SECT10X OF THE WU1G PARTI On Boston Common, QX THE ISM OF SEPTEMBER, 1844. Remarkable Manifesto Issued on the Occasion, AND EXTRAORDINARY SPEECH OF MR. WEBSTER At twtruly minutes past two o'clocU, the great body ol tiw procc<*ion having auived on the Com mon, ihe rut-eiing wculled to oidtr by oottl lttU Chnpniuu, Cnuirmau of ibe State Central om nii'.tee, *uo aiii.ounceU the lollowing l,?t ot olli rXKSIDLNT. DANlt-L WKbSTlK. TICK-raKtlUHJiK ^ssssssa. s-essawssw j. o ot na**"*"1' vvm'c I'iuuk. U, ol Adams, s ?r-,#o. xsssr r. mssstsssn. cTv,'?i <-???*??? N. B. bordcu, ol tallKiver, ? tCBSTAKIK*. I 5 ni>'<?ter ol ll.ctou, ?> ?i. i'hurston.of Lancaster W 8 WS". oVkTmouth, W. Mum, ol cp.ii.gU.ld. I'rayer w*?madc by Rev. George W. BlHguen, "'^"chai'MaN theu prupobed an addrt-ta to Uif WI,L ol Uic LiiUtd OldUb, wail noiiie appropriate remark* bui alatecl thai ae would noi ukc up ihc uni,of ;.?? Inert.,.? by replug U, ?. u would be imtiiibiiea ui ilie morulas paper*. The t'ollowiug I* the atidreba alluded to. To tlie Wblgi ot Hie Untied ?"<??? The Whits ol Maaseohusetu, m Mass Convention as leinbled, Upon the Boston Comii.o.,, lUu 1WU. ?? 8?i|- I LHinber A u ltt44-h*vmg quKktttc* theu patriotic letl inus by' vieiuog together .ou.e vf U.o spot. iu.uiorul|?d b?l8/.U "ggte. ol Uiu whi*. ol tui- revolution, ana being Ju* **thmcu in ouo vast assembly. lo consult and act lu. The common> iu.piw.ed will, the moment ous interests .nvolvml in the Coining ? eclion, yet irjoic iu* in tlie belnl lb" a largo au^nty ol their couuiry men .1 uipatti,** wu? them in .pun. ma coincide wiui tben. in i.uipj.u?would hereby p.uolam. th? Wtolg principles whlcutUoy p.oltsa-tlio whitf principles they glo ry in ana will maintain-ana by wUicli alone ine> bel.eve the honor utaliee government can b? preserved, or in W*Ntvei*miaelUM -ory of thecountiy ha* there beeu a oolitical 00litest, ill wmcu so uiauy ol our vital uiterekt., !u a people, l.a.e beeu involvea, a. in that whtcli now HwTbei?^nlCt*edgre?t .nd .acrad object of the pa triot* ol the revolution, and ot ihe liamen oi our Nutioi.-l Conatitution, wa* (he urtuoluunieni ol a fret* government lor tbu benefit ot ih? peofie -? government, wao.? ollic.i should bo e.teeuied a? solemn trust*, and not party spoil*, and whose rulers should be upnght, intelligtut, ana wel. tried men?a government, wao?e admil.utration ?houl<i exhibit and diUuse a lol.y tone ot public uio.ulity, as the a?1v sxU'Kuaido. true lreedooi-ag jveruiuunt. waose u. tercourse with others should be ma,ked witb that h,gU Iniru ol justice and honor, which would more disdain .o I do than to tolerate a wrong-uud a government to lis own o?oPle paternal and protective-recogn?in? all interests fairly d.ipenbii.g tue commou bl??n.g?, and equaUy distributing tlie public bu.delis \ economical, yet liberal _^mcienl, yet mild ; aim whose great end should bo the olevatiou, ui'LSiwrity, and hspplu"?s ol a great uud iree m?i,le And we believe that .t was these lo.ty aui heue 1 Wnt nurposes, which not only nerved the aim, and in Lr?d the councils ol the Utio * and ?agca who bequeati. U to us th,. governmeut-but stcuu d 101 them the .mile. ol that kind Piovidence, wiiich so s.gnaUy crow ned theu 1 efforts with auccesa. i We believe, that with the government thus wisely and beneficently established, th* e has come down the Vatheri to u*,the Children, tholokuu. luty ot I it in its purity, arid maintaining it in its sucugtli iind ?? hVt.eve that the leal and tu*d?u.ental l.suetp be decnl'd Ltw?eu the two parties, wtucli now divide the country, ^ whether the gieat pnnc4>le?toi which the American irovernment was esUbnsheJ, are to be preserved or ove, fhrowii whether patriot isomer party, is to be the spirit ot its administration ; whetaer us o.iginal character, in juring .lability, *nd conima?idU)g icpect, is to be rtv stored ? or whother it is to suU. sull lower iu the depths to which the sell-styled democratic party have deg.aded .? ? whethorawlooecoiioay.ora lavish and corrupt ex uanditure, is to mara it. finaucial opeiutions; whether It Is to protect or abandon its owa citiiew-loster orde mrot the icreat iuttiest ol Labor?su.tain and continue the present national prosperity, or paralyxe the arm ol the Meohanic?strikedown tie hand of ihe hardy L? borer?make vain the tod of the honest * aimer-stop the Snindle hush U?e Loom, and substitute tne seifs and psti nersoi won, out monarchies, lor the manly and iudepen Sent citizens ot alresh a,id tree republic ; whether, in a word, the American government is to be What they who established, and the <iod who has preserved it, intended that it should be, a blessing to its owu people, and u model to the world: or, by lawlessness at tome end injustice abroad, is to incur the disgust ot iti own citixens, and the fcC\Ve?repudiat'? the doctrine, which ha? betn put foith by the leaders of the democratic party?t*at the people are not to expect any thing of tho gover*m? nt. 1 hi. would be ttue, it, as the pracuce ot that some pertjr would war rant us in believing, the government had be*ii instituted merely for the buiu fit of pilers and office-holders. But a more outrageous sentiment, or a more tataf practice, can not be found upon the annuls of the country. We believe that it was oppositieu to this very sentiment and the cor responding piactiee, which sent the Pilgrim Fathers to tliese shores, and led to and achieved the American R?v?" lution. Bunker-Hill Monument is an everlaeling protest iifamst it. Wllt iv.'0 think of the toils, and perils, nnd blood s'.ed, through which they passed, the monuments ol whose valor arc now around us, to esUblish a heniRn and protective. a> well as ? free gov(?Timent--lUidth.n K at from the lips of prating demagogues, a? tl.ej *r? snuely seated in e liice, that that government has nothing to do for the people, and that the people must take care ol themselves?wo wonder that tba? people do not take them ,t th(.jr word, and not only repudiate their fatal doctrine, but pu'. down and put out the ho tile party dares to B>We 'believe that a vital element or ibo pro^'eHty^atijl happiness ef any people is xMrtovMeirr. He. is the most un<i happy man, who is oo estantly and "*1*^ ibly employed. And the same is tru.? of natlori A bu S) pspuUtion is the only thnviug, ,?a<l e.a.. be tUe o ly f,.,, nLi>i)le Keligion and education ?r?, lUdeed, mighty element sin the foliation both of indi^and nat^,.| character. But without industry lul oua and diliirentlT emplo>ed people, there C9U d? n means for the support either of religion what is ?q',<Uly important, no soil in which they can take ruot Employment?steady, respectable, r*OT"J^*tln| employment in the variou i branches ot human *'',iaitry is what the Americun citir.en wants, and must hive, wr his owu nnd his country's good But so lo;>g as there an- lon ifn nations who blirf tatilished forms of government, by which wet Ui U ??? mulateJ, Mid perpetuated in lew hands, wlill-t the lenoi of their people i* ground down t? the l?irest P'ttnjice ; a ? <o louK as these tortign nations, taxing or excluding, the one hand, every product ot our soli, are upon us, on the other, in every varied town, the prodt. C tious of their beggared people, there can beno "'^ya.t remunerating employ ment -or America.. ?^r Wemus be' impoverished, that that wealth ?ey beiln creased. And instead of ? growing snd h.d. P?<leiji i at ion, whose industry and rkill, If ?>nlv allowed a lair chance, would not only supply itself at the but Tip lound in every market ol the world.-our now free and independent, and thriving laboring cla..-s,-the pil lars of the republic,? degrade themselves to the European level, and these United States become the de pendents and slaves ot a foreign power ' Le. the democratic party, ,i ,hey will and as they do, cou ent to this degradation and ruin 1 h" ? ??1 Vl.i?* mchusetts go for protection against it. 1 hi y call upon ",,r goven.ment to protect its citl.ene in their hones. industry -to give to American labor e lair fleld. to ?e Ci,re to the American laborer a lair chance to be end t.. enn'inu'- a freeman. Ihe constltutioa has given to b? government authority to do this It h?? *mbOWered th Government ?o to collect its revenue a? to eft.-Ct thiK vi'a m,U, r of protection. The whig party in Congress na<s.d th" tariff of 1849, for this pnrpo?u It i? now the law ol the l.i.l I he wt igs ol Massachusetts, so Ur as tliej are corr ra.<1. intend that it shall continue so Jbey go fo] its nrin-iple They go for the protection of Amtrte.nii industry, -which is the protection of American freedoi* ?ml of \tierican independerco . .. , _ i IntiTr ateiy connected with this important matter of pro ' MtiSia tlle^regulation ot ,he currency el the country This is sn-Mher avenue through which this same for. igo I influence is hrougl.t to bear ''P? "^^itcsne^-rrUe t powo. but thwt ul the nit.onal govenimmt can exercise ? i control. At hon.e, too. from the ind. pen.^_t ae ion ol^ se many different States, upon a subject in regsr.t to ? hi whatever is done feM whilst it ennnot he controlled, by the ether s ctmr.s there needs the regulating and steadj ?g ^ *?'?? jiower which alone is oo-extensive with the whota Wort. A sound and uniform national ?cwirem-y. '? anJrcnv.r ible int.. specie, and ffone can reaci frrqnent fluctuations, bv that nrm w htrh a. . * , every quarter of the country, we believe eaaential to he. protection from abroad, and stability at bom , . which there can he no permanent nat.otial p 1 J We believe that the gene,al government has i?uwer . - folate this matter, and we call upon them to do o. I presume not to dictate here the precise .orm 1. | done in any mode, so that it be a constitutional, an emc? I ent and a well guarded one But let itb. done. We hold the public lauds, now in possession oi j* | i fi?neral Hovrrnment, to have i?en plat ed there ny t? States n.igi.ially ownii g them, upon '? iperisl truf. ?vhich has been fulfilled. There proceeds, thrp f"rf should hereatter bo distributed amot.ffst the 8 ates, #. i oult jhle proportions. 1 his course is d. mai.deu by ins ju.tice to the States, which forbids ibr National " | inrnt to impropriate to its own use what iu no equitablt ?ensec in be called Its own. , ' But it is still 'euro ,m|>eratively demanued by tlie pre xet.t financisl condition ol many of t! e Htates Massachjt ISts we are proud to say .can M>enW disinterestedly upJn this subiect She needs net and asks not nn Inch of the public unto, to tedeem or secure her credit. Not a doUar 1* Orel WetoKr WUj Beetins on Uostom Cm ofberdebt, either principal orintireit, ha? evir been in arroura, or cvtY wui bo. Her own reaouice* are aurttoi eut to inert liur engagements with the world. But with wiiii* 01 our auter siutc* it u different. And though we ure in no wny rcapoiiaihle lor their obligation* and auouid not bu implicated iu uoy Uisgruco into which they may have lallwn, >et Uitu Stun* are *? clint? y bound togetutr, tiial onu cannot koflji- in iu fair latuc wuhout ail the ie*i tuliering with it. But whilvt we Ue iioulCu, u* every honest people uiUst, tils bare Idea ol the ! repudiation ol au honest dent, we believe th at in the di In.queni b:ate? it i* w ant oi ability, ra her than wunt oi desire to pay, that ha* brougui iu?ui lulo iheir pi . sent disreputable condition, iluined on most iiidi*cieetlv in those internal unpiuvt men!* whicu Ue-neral!'* adminibtiutiou w ubrubtiy a annontd, mey hav<- acted unwisely, but not, wo Ueiieve, diaboutwtly. Stilt their debt* should be paid at uny coat. 1 Int public domain I* inpait their pioperty. It* proceed* would enable them to pay their dent* and redeem they nouor. Anilwiiat richer harvest can those fertile Uuds Iju made 10 \ in.i than that can puicuiise back llie good iiutnu aud lame, whicn wu? once the possession and Uie pride ol all tliete United Statu* t And still further, wo maintain that these proc.edsol the public lands should be distributed amongst tlie mate* lor lite security and stability ot tlie Protective ay.tein' i'his impoitaut end can b? securel only by coiiliuiug me re.enueol tlie Nalioual Uoverunicnt to ine duties upon imports it, iu addition to tins, is ojained * supply from its nature oi the most fluctuating kind, change con stant and nioit tumou. cbaii^e, must attend mat system which, ot all others, should be the most iiemty and cer.' ta.n And untU the wing pone) oi distr.bution Khali be adopted, these public lands, which, under that policy would be a national hkssing, will oe but a souiue ul na tionul injury, or a means ot national corruption. And flualiy, the wuigs of -Vi*?**otiUs*it* do Hereby pro test, mo.t deliberat ij , earnestly, and solemnly piuuiat against the annexation ol i cxa* to this Union. ter' inoiy, as it is, and me Union asn is Slaver), wiiuni its constitutional limit*, and uol one whit turtlier, and there leit to die out. a? Mr. Clay has ttuiy predicted mat it must, b> that law of population, which is the law ol Odd thesn are the principle* of the w bigs ot Masmichurfciis' resolutely and leajuasly expressed, i he nelauous on' gin of tins scheme ol unnexatiou, the w ickel purpose lot which tho democratic pany have xuixcd upon it in tho very lace ol their recently avuwul opinions ..gainst it the loul disgrace which it will i ntail upon un abroad the horroix o! foreign war aim of internal dimensions to which it must inevitably lead, every consideration con netted with it appeals to us as men, as lieemen, i-nd as Christian!, tSslann against it, and 10 fi^Ut it, us tne dark eat stain which wo could bring upon our national honor Tho whig* ol Massachusetts hear and will heed that ap peal. And not until tuey can forgot their origin, mid blot out their history , will tiny cea-e to protest ugamst tins proposed outrage Upon justice, lionoi and humai ity. Such are the principle.*, a* to the geneiai sp.rit hiid the sp.cial purpose*, witn which nod far the whig o' MasieCi.ii.ettH maintain (hat ti.o government of this Union should be administered. These an; the principles ?tho truo principle*-the American pi iuciples-whicu they arc proud to pioclaim and which ihey pledge them selves todelend Principles, indeed, are eveiy thing and individnala comparatively nothing. But witnout men to sustain and carry them into action, >veu tue be.t princi pies mu*t I ail of their ?fleet And in regard to the csndi dutes lor the presidency end vice presidency, which tin w hig party have nominated, the whigs ol Massachusetts in uiie loud and haimonious von e, proclaim their tu;<iua' lified satisijctioa, and pledge then undivided support Wego for llutiry Clay, ul Kvntucky, as Proaident,'and against James K l'olk : ? Because Mr i lay is a long-tried, intelligent, upright and truly Aineriaun statesman, who will act lot- itiecouu try which he has ever served; whilst Mr. I'olk is ii?. known, but us th? creature of a poity, which has proved itseli laise to the character, the credit, and tin interests ol the nation. Because Mr, Clay ii pledged to snpport the Protection of American Industry, which Mr. Poik is piedaed to dt atroy ? Btcnusn Mr. Clay ii in favor of fitch a fgulation of the current-} oi the country, hy the National Government as will facilitate and secure the businosa of the pj-ople? whilst Mr. Polk'* doctrine i*. that the Government ban nothing to do upon this Mibject, but to take cure of i'.sell Because Mr Clay is in lavor of a just and benefloiol ap propriation of the proceeds ol the public lands-whilst Mr Folk would retain them ia the hands oi the Oaneral Ho' vernineiit, where th j will be a curue, instead of a bles ?ing. because, although Mr May ),a* expressed his willing, ess that Texu* should !?:? ad led to the Union, provided it could be do: u w ithout di>honnr and w i'hottt war, with the common consent ol the Union, and upon just and f.iir terms, yet We couaidi i him both by his Kai?igh letter, and by the very condition* expressed in hi* subt enant let'ers, ;.bove qui ted. a*, in fact, plcc'ged ngaius the nn nexationol that country to this-whilst Mr Polk otvfs his nomination, and depen is for hit support, upon the avowed determination to procure that annexation imme diately. An I because, upon this subject, we believe the simple diffV-rt iiceto be, th .tlf Mr Clay is elect, i! Pr. st dent. Tex?? will never be annexed to ihe United States? whilst if Mr Polk is elected, it will be atinexed imme diately. We teill support Th-odore Krelinghuyven. for Vice President? because we believe him eminently qualified lor that important station?and knowing hint to b? th* fait friend of the whig principles which we mnlnt .in we %now that he will use his otlice only to c iriy them into execution Feilow-Whig* ofthe United Stales-a* whi|?s of Ma-st. rhtlsettt, we have now proclulrned ou; wing prlncit le? and pledged our I'ippm to the whip candidates K n ' year* rgn, we stood together ttpon anotber sa.trid siao in this OI.l Commotiweaith - a ^i^it sacted in )oor hetuts no let? than in ours-even upon Bunker Hill. Tbeo *s was the whig c:ni?e that Inspired u?. Then u* iOW it was whig principles that we proclaimed, and eallfd upon the genius ofthe place todelend tied bless VoW know the result Yon r< member the noble battle that we fought ! Voti nevercan l.iig^t the glorious tic tt ry w e v on Bu', ?'la* : our*neer?r w as transit tit. Tlul brave mid stood it.wn.unchr wlinse banner wo achieved our nof'b irnimptf- tloi now lamenfvd Harrisnn?was earl) snatch edaway Ai d ol thutmher man, whouc name We so ur. woitl.dy Jie^ociated with hit, itlstnough to say. th?t he is this dnQf wedding the power with ^hlch we itnh.iiu> ria'ely i n trusted linn, in opposing the v^ry ptlnci. l. s id which he then permnted hinisell -o'appear t'n< friend Our Ions was, indeed, sad; hut the day to reltiev? it if nt hand ?t>ur principle* tite Ihe same- onr cause is as JOd-ottr traders nr.- ns worthy as when we 'food, m l?4(l. upon Hunker Hill The of that meeting has been l.mslrrited, and i?, as yet, Incomplete flu' bright omenr chcer us. Tht; Monunient around which w? thfln gathf red, as an unfinished mass, ton rii> s to ward* II arm in us p-rtt c proportion, *o|id and enm plo'.c. So let It be with that high enterprise which now, a* then, inspir. * our heart*?the permanent establish. "ifllit of those great principles, which are essential to the honor, integrity, and success of onr blessed Union fir. Wt-hticr's Npi-ecli Oeiillemcn, Whigs of Massachusetts, 'Vhlg* tl (he Unltecf State* : ?A common c*u e ; the lovo of onrcon> mon liba-rty : our warm afTertioiis lor tho iiistitnilonsff the con %'ry In which we live ; and a deep and solemn concern />r the prrs?rv*tion of ihcse Institution*, ami tho prom otion of the great interests ol that country? have brought i?* togt tlier lu re, te-iay. I la hold before me, in thl* va<.t kssemhly, Ireemen, Intelligent f ilow-ciii/. n*. |wrsons p/ti iottcnlly i|t voted to tlie great cause r?t tlie country. ol the Union, and ol every state ol the Union in he V'df of the Whigs of vlassachusrIts, I bid jou all a cotdir t: and a hearty welcome (Otest cheering) Whig* ol tfJitotgni, of Lntlltiana an.l Mississippi, ftorti the whole Hsiii'h tnd We?t, as well as from the nearer and gallant Statrsol Ithode Island and Vermont, gallant and truo beait<sd wbi/'i, too from Maine, and, inihed, from er< ry State, all, all tire here atsemled in stippoit ol tl.? whig cause; not the rai 'e ol Masaacl iueits, not the r-auro of any one Bt.-te?1 tit the cans,- nf our common liberty.ol otiinommon Country , ol good govetnn.'iit. to ?vhich I trnirt we are ail attache /or the prin.ot.i n and advancment of the great end glot iona oauost we are noa , and here, ^athen.d together. (< heer* > Oent|< m? ?< t< ? ?lay we lay no oftW ing nn the altar of paraoiial, loool or sectional preler enc.e For mv soil, I >h sik . I am sti'? w all desire, to tear from our haart* every liKament wnirh funds us to any ono, to any one potiloii of the conn tiy as distinguished from another andfiom all, every sen tlnient whtcn risen within its to teach u* that we an aught but Americans and An>erlcaaa altoprlher - We h:iva visited, to-day, many ?cenfs sanctified | J had almost said?celel rated, ccrtainly, aa the scenes ol t evolutionary occurrences. They Iw"1' carried us bock to the times oi our lathers ? totiie eompanlon.bipoethose men who stood tip lor liberty, against the power of the Ivno!i wmll? who ittitnlnoi liberty with leaile.* hearts? who (ought for liberty w ith strong hands,and who successfully accomplished the American revolution (Cheer*) The Ame ican Revolution ! What trueman U th're, throughout the land, who i* not fillet with innescri liable emotion", wbmi his mind ll Carried back to the great event of the a?ts, and the circumstances connected wnlt it--th" American r? volution! (Renewed applause.) Uet ? tleaieo, there are some ihinys w tiich are diminished in im portancn and interest by the lapse of time. The comet which Dune* over our hemisphere, i* seen, wonnerea a , and I'orgoitnn. The great luminaries of the sk> above us are noticed, shine, go out. and a'so fade from particular r> ? membra nee Not ,o,however w ith 'h great .1 hi? vementa ol our lathers Not no with the great achievements ?1 on those men connected wl'h cot.t. ?ts for fr< edom anr ex ... hiishment ol freedom. Not so. e.p.ciuil}, with the deeds ol those m.'n wtio carried out I he American lefoltttion For the further we recede, in point of time, liomtmir ? lay, the more expanded appear* the disc, ol their glort, Uraer and larger growa their reputation ; and when the wbole of the w ork which they *0 nobly begun shall be accomplished?when freedom and good gove. nmeiit shall be spread ovt r th" whole earth then,but not 'ill then,will their lame have reached its full height. (Applause.) ? And, gentlemen th- deeper we drink ol the waters ol revolutionary patriotism- the more we imbibe the spi rit of the American revolution-the batier lor us U? more we fortify <ntr minds the more we stiengtben our heart* and our determinations, by a recurrence to th'' sentiments which animated the mm who p. r formed that gr*at work, by so much the more 'hall we he better men, bettor ci'ifem, bettor pUriots, belter in every respect (Prolonged cheering ) I bid you all wol ceme in the spirit ot the revolution j in the spirit of the thirteen silatei. which accomplished it?which established the Union under whicu we live?which we respect which we love-under which we mean to die?which we will defend with all our power to the last gasp Centers ) In that spirit I again say to j 011. to every one ol J"" in attendance here 10 promote the great and g.u?l can a iu which we all are engaged?welcome?welcome- wei come! (Loud - heetr ) We stat-d by the principles w 1 ich that pirit upheld ; we gather around the stand a id. 1 which that spirit raised ; and we will do 0111r best lu kre, unsullied the tia'ional giory which that spirit estahll h.d (Cheers.) But, g ti'l. men, I will further say, that we are m t now, the people are here to day, in the revolution ol l77o to re ist to the utmost of their h .iI ity, the att? mpted revolution of 1914. We come in the spirit o? thu old revolution to protest against the new to urt*M;rv? uucoiitaraiQAtud ^ha our fathers achieved y war, and established through their wisdom ; to guard our institutions against innovation, against tampering, M?"' rush experiment; in other wo.da, to pte.erva. whore and nure, th- insti ut.ons which wi re established for us and left to us by the whig* ol 1*78 ( Applause ) flI101?ui rouiiding ol jects cry to ua to d . this-to succor 1inI main tain these institutions?and we obey the call. ( ^hrtrs ) (.etitlem-n, ir there be any reason lor this |N a?j semblaae ?if there lie anything serious in the political condition ol the country-it is because in this1 our day something is attempted that amount. to a ehansa-that is .nuivaieut to an important revolution in our affairs, 11 not in our lorm ol government. We fotm of government may remain when t"?1 writ has era (kirated, and the object is disregarded. But I MJ , it any thing of setiotis magnitude has called us logethi_r t is that there is h, lore us, in u menacing form, au J dange rously near, a change portending a disastrous revjluuon in the national idem ity-in that which c^n.tltutesthis nation the, United in the policy and prince pies ot the government established trom the hrs 11 not lot me, in these owning rama.ks, 'ntniductory to a - <tresses from otheran I abler men. to go at any '?jy1;*1'1 to those various .uhjos that are before os. the a'Mition ot a new territory, and secondly ,011 the senti merits advanced and supported, however the truth may K disgutsv', in subversion ol theiundam. ntal politj ol I,hx We are 011 the eve ol a general election, and haie candidates before us presented by tboke wbo the one or the other sidoof these nropositloris And K , tor thn countr, to s.iy the in tne - 11V?'' elective franchise to say, who may best bo elected for the p. M c good An I now a. to Texas. InI* well known 1 hat one of the.tir, i?K tonics of th- time is a nr position toahr.ea Te?? to the Unl'. l Htatei. 11 us far the pro i?< t lias failed It h-is been deloated in the .senate of the United States, thank ? to th ? intelligence and integrity of that bn iy. It is now made one of the topu s ol the d-iv ill the propositions of the great party oppos-.d tous. 1 w ill not now descant u;.,n the danger, ami haw.-da a..J ev ils ot that annexation The> have been freely Isid b for th* public, an I will suggest themselves to every mind - Th? uuestlon u. ?1 wu il^kiTG to keep tliw bin ? ? ti.ey mh\ without diminutiou rnwl without ?Mon oil t ie and preset ve the established bound the country how are we to accompli.!, it? In the present ^a!" of uVirigs every man can . ,.ly answer t ,,? que. tion who will address himsell to it Pwo candidates Kre bet itens. Oneoltliem in not only a l ex is Candida ? hi, wa* selected because he was in lavor ?l the mim d ate annexstion of Texts, nnd wouM otherwise never have been thought of for the office, as htf will new_he remembered r \??rpt for I'exas. I' would be idle to argil. inip, . V o supno ts Mr, r .Ik seek, to an... x f. xas Tod"n> it wo?M be folly in the ex^eme. A nisi, might as well say. it by n -leadly weapon he st, ik s a leadly Mow, that he ul.l not int. nd to infl.i t a deadly wound. There is no ??? '? " ...iher p. lk and Texas, or neither Po k n-r T.xss On the other side is Henry ? lay. lis1 om nioni have liecn expv.sseil on tli.s ?ubj<ct ol Texas Now, gentlemen, I don't know any man in pn lie o. private life who took ground against the ?',n?w'11"?' of T. ear!., r thr.u m)?eTf. 8??. n years ago in N, w Votk .eeiog that this quertion woil'd arise, and being a man never alraid ol committal. I "" k occasion to express 4 decided * p'.iion On the sntiject on g. n> ral grotioils grounds h. valid now as then, and as now I hlnlr there'ore that rny opinion is entitled to ,'t least as much respect ,'s that of any body, trier.'Iy on ace,,tint ot opposilwn to gt.negation Well then, gentlemen. I for uiie .ay that under the pr ? sent cireun.siance.of the case. I give my v ,'e h. at in tor Mr Clay; aid I s .> I rive i\ amone other ens, becau fl he is pledged RKa.n^t T. sas. With hi. ?;???????'? mere incider.'il poin's, I do not now mean to fold 7n\ ro'! 1 rovi r<y He holds f-nd I hold noe..H,n;.b , <b It the ntiiox I'.on ol Texas 'lo'" ,Hl1' ' J*'' ',,f J,',,' and mux tend to the existence and pet pet tut ion of *01 ran slavery and thet,ra,.n> ol race over race 01. th ? rotitiornt. and I will not Co .or ? II the pro ,,r,,s 01 civiliiation and the ?en. rsl movement ul ev. .... hotiU site, al", ??l notwith-tandlrg annexation, Texa. into a ? tern of t.ea I .horof any color-1 c -re not r!.r the r. lor .J is the freedom I tto l?r I enter into no controversy as to wl.eth. r she may Oien l^ psssed rego Urlv and constnutlaiially to the Unfed h 1 ?s r.r no' Heiiry Clay ha. -hat he Is against ann.x.t.on .inh -s it i* railed for by the common consent ol the country and that he is against Texis being u.a le a new rovioce aeainsi thewisheaof any conal terable nttmbet of these stateH TlH then he holds hin sell hound to oppo-e ?K5m a- a 1... ?->?? s. <??;?"> land lie is ? man of honor arid truth, and will re ? ,(,m hi, tiled ve. Yes, gentlemen, we take him at his word and la dare not that word. There are otlestions in which time Is everything II we e c Henrv Clay we remain as we are for tour y ears an 1 it is important that we have ime to rally out elv. s. to ex ? mine c trelolly so important a prop-sit ton. provld" I -r M ,nd see 'hat ifthe annexation do take place, it be ..crura nl.sked with some sectiritv for human liberty, an I w ithout dang-rofo wa. With Mexico In the situation In which ?re"re now plied, those who wr.ntd av.ld.mmed.s e snn xation have no choice whatever. In s c ?e of fbts sort tt rre will be personal prelerencrs and local preju dices Uut no ereat good is to tie done ?* -ept by the . n tire union of the whig natty, and that is not to b htottgh ?tw tit w thont mutual sccomn.odatlon aP1 the cession ? i private nidi-ion on more i.oo-es?ei.?ia) >. Thus oiiiy 1 the sood r.use go fnrwaid. and the main object 01 our t'lH he sccaimdisl-.d Tien when ?l.r O^'Ct J. tl?. .time 1. n we truly ssy, "(Inr cait-e is j tst ,u,d o ir union is p..;. et ?' I tr.ttst siiy.Soweefcr that there is 111 ? ter which I wish to present ?0the candor and to h coft of every man in tt.i. a- embl-ge and in th. co.t, mnnl'y. who thinks and f.elsthst the untiexsti "1 o'> .1ex : count ot tho.e tendenci. . which Hich .ne,*; tion would hrii g wi h It, is an evil tobe ^P^'^'.'T in November nent to givo his vote ugsinst 11 ? that nceoui.t I hold tins to b? s question for ev'-ry hetl est man s calm and delil-rate r(,nslderat?o in hia o^n close! a nu.stioi, fot him to hold converse* l|h himself In private, r*!olTh " ,a,t Joy whom he expects to |udge him at the last aay P,?eg'"J "la" roeon ?? *0 hi< franchise that his <>o. and hi* own conscieur-e ihall t.ppiov. ? Then m (then. nothing in the world lor bin. to do ?itnio the aeon* .ol human research ?nd wisdom. but !o give his vote lor fa Wet*wii^rhi cu'i:ut tt nartv?Win I Li. ,brow1u?tt> hi* vote upon a .hu.l party! Will he not vole at all? Why. isthere an Ameri |can who?e lather lought to aeoure that franchise lor hi. I oh Idren and cl.ildteu's children- it. there one I ..?k with and bold and leailees heart in who will ad. pt a course ?| thi.aort-ano skulk away ? acoiTer |uud not vote lor an, on. J What n reproach on U.V.i. i nv ? til i lo *''"ure the invaluable boon* Will ? say ?o. no, no. The eleouvo fia,! ,c liae u a ?? Cted and iit.|K)iiui,t trust, amihowuo u?i ii .without reflection, tr fle* w ith the t im It .< u ./i.?... trust cot fil.d to jou to execute wjth all ft 1,1,1, to your c. untry. a?d you a.e bound to exercise it I h- flr.t duty an Amerciancituen it to inform his conscience as w.-i?a. hecen upon th, subject. and.!,en giv, a-, hon.-tvote i.v ng the C?n*t quence* IV i-h Gad Rut can h- tive on ho , ' vote in io^oi ut the other tick?f it he .? # .1 negation ol Tex a* i, a? /idX" rectly or indirectly to the reipetuoti.m of .lav. iy / n ,, ? upposu he vot.s lor a t/,i,d pa?y. T?.fc" iff St.," Where pluralities pit vail. II he vote lot a third Mrtr na'rTv ? "n g,,K ' Cb""fe '?r !h" MICfe" of 'he pr. - TexJs' "ot "'U,, hl* vo"' >' trrngth Ircm th. party which a'one can prevent what he deplore. ' Uvt.h ?I'"'lUMtion could bepn< throughout thee. , Wan, men to examine tor th. tuselves. to divest then.Belven o< paity a.sociati nsand excitements and judge it, tluirown wn.neuce what they are rallad todo in "hta enl I if Ih I to. wfleet What weult l*, then COUI.e h?H.h?.r" we,n allowed to in/lui nee <hem there 11 but one net, one volition which thei can pet loim in th. matl.'r It i? o.Ce^r all 7, tvil fchoufd be the rrstih of thi? on*? tct, if the conre quencea he mch a* they wou'd depracate. what will ? Kfr" '' 'hey linV" en,b",c,e'1 **?h? cause and done all in power to procure its 7 What will be Actions if ?h. J flndthal they hare throat, swn, tin. franchise with w mch they labored a< ;t in r. ,1 trust, and left thinga to thone, miachievoiis results, which on solemn r. fl ctjon they deprtcate Gentlemen?I did not pn.po.e a.i}' allusion to the coi,srqtiin?e? ol anusx*. on- n the danger. ol beginning ti- process ol incteas "'*? 'J" (,OV*'r, nf. >"rt> ut "tpen-e ol another 1, W? h,K,r, to distl.b th. interests and the artce ol |k.?er, by the addition ?l new territory when is it io end/ I do nol go into detail, but | ujsh lo notice ia s?M "DK,,. ?l'h annexation |t Ik. H i.y wh""' Ml"' on "" occasions thai it tha IJnit*el Mtat.s do not get Texas. KniMand will And our distilist ol that power and our nminnal It. I ngs resp-Cting her are appealed to, to induce it* to K into this measure. There ? not a more absurd st,8 HHtlion that man can make, than that Ktittland the ?; , voniinent ol KngUnd wills- . I, ,0 acquir." or tiaie seek to acqnlre any special connection with Texas nn\ cial privilege, cumtuercial or othi rwise while T. n . num. a Uaveaoldttig community. II sir Jlohert r el iv. r. o mii lertake. a ?ch> in ?, cuuntenanci'ig in the tmal> Kst degree the continuance ot slavery, there m not a mm of his government who would dare to stand up ami nr. . ?tent it belore the English people No mlnisla rcnuld hol<< his place one hour who should attempt it. They iv hothn. talk do ii?t know the ttrtn and settled and fix.' prinrinh of the English people, peihaps more iLi? ol th- govein ment, that there shall be at. entire extinction of slavery Doea not every one know that in the recent discii.Moitt in parliament England has been compelled to s r?.rate in some measure the amount of dutiva i. vied on the due- ol .lave labor? tS? m.t one here called out they m* ?|J .lave. ,n England " Mr W?l. tat turned to the quarter whence the voice proceeded, and wet.t ?,n 1 - ?l;,v,sin England ? \iy 4,end, did not jour fatheis come from KngUnd tree m-n ? Whst Mood do > on tnh. - till tl,i* I rr '.i A l *lav'" l'-"K,'""l I Let m? cav that Hllthe li.n itV th?re it on the aiuhe, tut of the ITi ite. Sfates. ia in KnglanJ The liberty there, to be sure is inlrrtor in some respects which we tnlov ? it i huidened w ith n monarchical establi bieei.t and on nri?to cracjr?but frvit iJom al! t.\n freedom on toe fare of the T* K ?VI aOWn"" *,r"' pre?#, fhf? IrrHnvn rt fpeech. in? right to hold free public m^ rnjgn the trial t?v Itirv the hohta* c rp//?act?nJlihrsf* nre?nj ?v.fl in Ki.ic?and where, accormng to the gentlemen, they all a.e <laves' (Iremendotis plaudits) Sow, gen'lemen it ia pro per. after having Wiown you that it i* all idle to alarm the people of the United Sf.tte, with this ah?urdi!y it is, I 8,.v still proper to solve, ,i wo can the problem ol the future destiny of Texas fot 8 'tl" exnts. and what i? her late/ I huve an orb ten of my own, not rrcentlj entertained, hut held by ir.e ?ir,CB | e vn, became independent. 1 was, in the .'Ischargi of my public duty, ,.drjy ?cknnwl.dgmg 'he f .ctol lexm, independence- whe hei juMly or unin,?|y q was i o* our business to d.rid.- And in my public transaction* I have not yet been found nr.l.ivor.hh ? ii the pragress of the new country But wh?t is to b. done with It? It ba t always nppeated to me that the path i very plain Texas established her independence mddi nl? rapidly,nod she supports <o this day | t|,a grei' hittle, and has maintained her Independence, .hough si.. has not r,.n 'e ih |ir..(*r^.s n? ? nnn.n th .t I should ? i.h Now wh it iai the 'itie policy for t^e United H ates, T.xrt. and the world! Why, to recognize herns an indent nd tnt mtion, nnd for no nation on thin or or? the other ??]. ?i! Am mtic to obtain from her any mitiwior piitil* ** ? commercial or otherwise. She is entiih d to be con.i lei! e.l as an independent nation by the g. nei ii conr urtei c. of be civiliz.d nations of the eatth. and to b? utotected as the minor nations of Europe are |.rotec'ert. There *r. " dozen nations tha- then- next neighbir mi*htciu?l< in an hour, if the pub ic sentiment, ihe general desire lot peace, which nervades all t.ations, did not preserve th. n fiorn aggre.rion. But th-y a-e secure b cause of tin,.. hallo we. I sentiments of national inde|iendence univei.ah ly revered and recognized, arid by the voice ot t uMic i. n ? clple public law, which demands that every natioi hiving a pood character shall l>e uphold, n in its natioi ality Fl Texas takes the cour>? which is her only true and safe course, of working out the charter of her muni ctpil and national institutions it is said that there ur. great iittr.ctiotw to E'iropesn settlers who would ettalv lish themselves there without slaves and also to person residing in tho son-hern Staler. that 'hete would he * lair com p tit ion existing upon her anil. I... ,ve her then herewn de-ti'iy, and let all nations keep their hands' 1 "her demanding nor| nrivti. v.s er immnnni?? from her but while slm ?,.e.?s an ... Tenet, dent Char, Cier. |., ,|, enconm?e he-ifl,,.. , lfVh. r "if" does not admit her tndenen Voce hut it ?ome year, alnco she mad. any .ff n lri?lrin. I exai j at least nor., of any impos.rg a?|.eCt ..r < ? rsct,.r What is to hw done with this .in .? of Ihlra.f the ..g? Is som. matk.d ? ith anental.e. .,1 iht> atntl. I have seen in vvHsliingron the diplomatic ?epreaen'atlve.ef Texas not recogoi/'d t.y \U\icn ?r d hose of Mexico rot ierogej?H't bv ?<| ain, and tho'.. .1 <p?in herself not r.c/.((nized hv Hn^iaend o tur powir-' And yet they all stand nr. a p.-rf. et ? qu tins tn the r\ es ol our g. v-'rnment and so they ought but this is the point tie whole world ia interested in i^ prr servi.tmn o the peace of the t.sttons, ?nd while Mex'C'. has the ijehtto re snhjtiga'e Texas, |d?ny th-t rhe b?? H? tight for mi in t. finite time lo disturb the )'jtercotir.?ef nalioi.f, by a policy whir h rr sol war without fieMing. II ^he de-ires te resiil.iur let her try and II she fails, M her acknowledge that *h- hun . one mi, Hot of n war ronpjotinir of m?*re r#. solutions that she ? i|| , ? jt. sn,| o) |j ' on'that only go In disturb tue commercial e'^ ceof wher nation , we have a tight to complain n,<< we ought to complain. And In times past, I, my ind? menth?lprevaiUd,.her?i would have been application uade to all the power? of Europe to mike in earnest and I will say, decisive representation to Mtxico th tt she -hotildritht set ahi.ut the re Mibj. cion ol regas, or at once admit h. r independence Now ?I. met. with there general bints on the snbl?rt nf T. x .? h-v.a w.rdof.oto .nv on the other imi?.rtar.t tepic I m-an the t? hereafter to h. t ursu.d with regard to l>'lend.?rJK'JIt indnatry And now It lends, a word ort.oellh rrgart to the pm-r, America" urn, il.cit,,,, Wh. n ,rn..ct. n is-pok. r, ,.| It in.pllr* fir?t torn, thing and sere, ho/y to he protect "gmnsf '"hrn we>nn ti-otert.nn to ^-r..ricT It. instty what tlo ?> e m< an 1 VVhat la to he rroi. r I. d ? gahft whom is it to he protected? Iftl-tehe s:,r t,,,. mS t1 It la that Am. tican !ah..r Amer .can hand labor-is to h. |irot. cte ? agnie.t the ch. r .i Ji . peanoja-a-ives, h,?| tha, ,, i. in be den, M 'r T1?' the great n.arket for our o? n p.. - I .or i, r. '[<"''??* f"'t"l In the g- n- fact tha I..'el I lf?l" '"Cheaper than with us. Th, I.horn . ''' PU'.rly |>'.i.I poorly cla.l , he ii rntmi'ferer! a ?fr. en ta-ing j ho has no ntrticlpalion or I ut slight pte nlsM ^ I" ?rnv?,mment j lw- lays op no'hn g ; he ea ns but the mete daily support of hit latniiy, and not aiw iy* tout ; he fivta poor , be iln. pour , and lit. bla fiiililitii to Ilia ??lu-- bit>glj)iliy. Itul it ihrrktilC Ur of tliC tailoring Cia> .??? id ihe old woild, miJ w hat ia the condition o'. that la'or in door, or out ooor, cooi| ared with our* I Could wo liv* ou It T No. We could not live on it?wu cunnit mid we will not Mil rut to it ? (Cheer* ) A laborer in F.nglaiid ran bhtain oi.e tbil* lii g it iiay, which i? tijuul to twmij-'os cmta, be pro tuiiif nil awn buiim And one mid a.xpti c? ? day. or thuty thiee Cent*, i* * lihtrol piice, *?tn in tbo harveit aea??ii. Ami the queaiion with u? u, whether weabaii plac. ouiselvea in Coni|*iltlou Willi Hiete rut. For oim I ?ay no (Gtnetitl about* ol " No? do ? I'leans that e? t rjr nmu lathe country should Ifclk wiiL hit n.-i-Jitioi nn tliato topic*, and liimi.h tf o-e wbo may i.ot be to well acquainted a* Iiimtell. with th<' f?cta bt the case. Our miXim U?" live end let live." Wuaro com petent to atipply outu lv. a by tbe inUtcbarge ol coniit o dities, with ult! we riquire, at Hatt to tar ua the prin p.l n> ceatoirie of lii.' ar? ooucMnid (Vluch Apploutti ) I: M the cry with our < ponei.ta, m il it u tbo louile*'. where tbe* are leaat known, thai piott ctir.n it tt't ful to tbucai italiat, to corporation* that it buiida up large fortune* for u l.-w l>ut dapreates the lutareat ol tha laborer And even 111 our ow11 ftate ol MluHtbiiRlll, them aretlo'te ovil apiuta abroad v. bo a?*k IS wake war I. n ilill. niit clataea, to excite one < gniiist aiioihtr, men fill, d u ith hatred, envy, un'llcu unit all ui.chaii at U ? heft. (Applauan) I must iay it, lor, o|>oii my conici enco ntu'.i? the aorpent oiept ;n'o paiam.e tororiupt, ardui'i*, and ruin our first pan ata, I do i.ot know ol a 11 010 iviclc I tjirit cither in man or n r,eiit, tb?n tint ?huL ectuato* ih'-si' indiild'ima (Pioionged chtetug) If you, urty ol >on, find at ch men u> uoik mailt ihem? a igfin?ti7? 11 '>T at plratt a, a* 11 t nu?a to the. w tole hn. r .1(111 Ml 1 'i" Ctrl' to C' nv|di T tbem (Cfceitl) lift come hnt f 11 1 vil bi:t to bleak up and deal my ll 1 wbclti rrU ion* ii iln community?they ate At lot to tociity ?A'epitbet ctety ol tht it eat ly ptototy | .? (Oreatchm. 11 g J Oi iitltmeii, tbe atti rtioiin tl.ey mtk" l?ilte Co'porationa wnb tin ate but a more convtn ?ni fu m of |i irtnerth p ?'iy fivi: mm iruj bt cone ore here?and hire, whete K'e?t lonui it <io no: a1 ound e? 111 Kuiejo, ih"V me a tnmit convenient and tn-n? fi ial device (Vucli ap;i|,ni??r) Fi Wow citiiviiN. 1 ?h> ti a u li.t'evi r enham ?a v , whatever lncreate? tli? pilre ol labor it?Bpi?taly lorthi bun fi'Ol l.i'ior; a; .1 ?gi|| 1 tbit 01 capital Dxitiit) tlie iiicr?-it-1 l> ?<> nitirb t.-ikt ti from tbe R? neial, cei m'B stork, .Hid pl eid in In !.;? d? of the laboieta. And of all thm?< on i-.nth. 1 but wbich we. a? AmetlCiin cint ix, oii)(iir ni'Xt In doire Ik a high 1 a'eof ? ugrt an an pie le ward fur labor. If <hat exiata in u country, the ptopleof that < oulitry can live, c*n ? tlurwli th> ir child 1 an ran ?ti( port public worship In auch acotin<ry tin re m vn ha? i?-i r>, and mverrati he, uny ovitgioun loitnt i ? i n iba one band--1.or, on the oiln r any 01 1h.1t poverty , that al ? ?oltite f 1. xt'1 > whh h uiifoiltniat* )y pievuila in ton o countriea 11 tbe earth (Plutid't* ) Lrt on, ill tigiild 10 'bin nia'ter ol coi 1 oiulioiiP read to j ou an 1 *tl?c llifel letter w litten hv the able H. pn aeiitirive ol tbiadiatnet iri Cong rein He meotion* ?? v? ial cat* a tot Iwilltak* one only, th? Merrimac mill* at Lowtli Tfaie oia in thii corporal inn 300 proprietor* divided a? fol:o* a : ion j ? aix nn-irbHi.t* and trndtia, aixtj -1 uln i? main finj tv ? individuals letin d fiom butimts 1 igbiy a in iuntia't if, e*. rutort, fiiHrdtar ? unil tiu te? a, twn.t) -ihne la* \ era, ? ithteen I'lij ?iciini?, ibree liteiaty iti?iitntion? flbeiu .11 men forty it cri laritf, rli >k?, audr nit. 8tc , leiij-livis mantHactur. ra, nnchill ier, machioiitt, &c. A aMig H.i re I titer loity five, tire ii clui 1" ?!?<' 1 virtual- in tl ? actual ? m p|n\ in* lit 01 the cooipany , by w I10111 ?totk to I lit- an OUiit of $00 UDO 1a owned Ii* tbite any t|.icn* of piO|ei y -till I e . '1'iall y and hent fir nil I j diati ll 11 eil ihan ' I it > D. ? s ihi* t'd!imi nt rhow nn) 'hit ? like tn i. u ciury 1 Uovt 11 i.ot rather ?xhibit a aonvetin bt and iu 1 vny ri?ptct, di anc b|e tnode ol invratment lor nil who liavi,ol l y their labor can ar?juir>-, anything to invest ? Otu'ltmei.. at 5 01 ? nhocinnotit ".i'i?iocr?cy:' in our tyatem of iiicimy, and otir ay tti m of uiacttiti * oi gtn to ci j out ' croU ,"10 thow at once iIihi he ntea the woio 11 eiely *a? bug hear to fr'Khten people 1 utofileirtinna (A j | laui 1 ) Ointl. men biloit tli?* ronati'iitun 01 tie Uin o hatia <?114 ,ido|itiil it # ai debatt d le re in li e Old buuih I y ihti It a lintf men ill l|ie Mate, ate! it U at ron'ini tl d oi.e (.1 ita eurdinal meii ? tlint if w? uld piouct and foat< r the n i chtnir art* fanl !!? vi ie tn 1 >0, Jui't* Dhw?* aaulio, tie pee pie Batenibltil at the Giet'U Uia|OD (?hit b W? a ive p*?ied tc-dnj) tinrl to , i i .i ii v s oi tbia utti n bly ol micbaoiC" and attiiapt that Paul Ilivtre tain 'ibtie were mora of tl.i m than tht) itata in l eaven " titt)b dy advocated ptatiction then, ant' you fruit n mi nil i that, in 'bom day ?, there weie ro cot ^tuition*? thete v. en to machinery. Tbe human hauo mi tie ptent rr Be bine, and a'l tot gtn a hen , thi n,'ed on the di ctr tie ol ; tr. r. ctlon to ihi wor I. ?t the httitlr, it tliould te i.. w. Our adveri aiii a talk of Low ill and Anotkeap! by do the;' not tnlk of tha r t.oemok* r# oi L; nn, tbe baueta if Bottnr, of all w ho wotk in their 0 vii ahopa 7 For, in lac', then an the people mainly in th- main r, and tie' concern in litit ti fi ns; in piii ouiitou (fin a' ) It m tittd ill it ihe fai toi l iu 'h" diiiio of thia piotecllvo p? licy; that In u to b- ttiii..d by tie :et ft ( bavt t.e (j'tm ily t'tiiJe;>voreil to ?tat? my crt.viciion, tbat thu uteuti r the n tinnier of cotiaiirni r? the betiei fo. tie fat mer; Ht d thi* point haa been ?o of'et fjid that it ia tin nect tuniy to dilate on it h> ie A mi mta r ol ( ot fjria* from Pennay Ivanm (Mr Stt wait) ha* i.iw'e a ?|*t cli on ?hi* anbjept, wmrh embti.cea n preat di al ol va.uable in lormatioii particularly v it li n sard to lion, ill H e mailt, factum ol which VIr ttlewnit bin tell ia tl R*ced. He ?tate* that of every tin dellat* expinded in Ameticau noii. ijgl't go to tl.e f i meit and b Ihik ra in the in'n idiali ? oigbbuiliood of the manufai loiy Ol couiae tht* n-.? in lie ll tavetl fiom lureipn labor, and paid lo oorown. And ao it it of i vety thing elae w Inch we can iiiHi.nlaC tire l? anyone certain that but lor the p?oit ctmn on ? hent ill d lye u e a he n Id net be t ti| 11|? d Ii. m ihe Hlar k "*eo, the Baltic Hi a, and from P ?Jaml I We el' ri int tuber ?hat, not very loi a aince, gram wu* impoitid fn m the;* qti.ittir* at a profit. Take r ft the pmuriion w Inch ti e tariff*, and the *am* will again lie ih? cat*. And floe* nnv one *np|io.e that we cou'd covir our own Lead* with oor own bat* but fir tl.e tu rd? The duty now woik* the ixrluaion ol thu F.'tyliih articlo entirely nod of the Krerrh in a great nu asutu. lint fake i fl the tariff ami our ?1omt^tic l annfai'tnre \i ill tail to the grout il '1 hi *1 Ot n akei*. of whom I tee many tboutend* btte fiom P.jBienth, I'ttix Hid tl*e?h?io depend ulteftetlnr on a talift ol ptotK* lion Remove that, and tin ir I tl*li.e?* will revert to ?hkt it waa ibree or four t eat* ngtt?icatcely any thug. Iuvt an with all trade* Blackaimth*. w lnu -n.| I.*, htat* f .under a, all ol bet t- all di pend on ptoti c ion lor au j port. But more th in all are ti e leather dealer* interested in protection. 1 a>-:< the gentlemen here fiom F.?ai x. bow they ceuld tiiHir.taia any branch of that umar.iugly ?* tended hintirie**, but Iot the eti?tcn>hoti?a 1 thty would go dotvn without rtmnJy So el tin giaii mai ulannr . r? Ko of flit) diaper * arid tailor*. Belore the adoption of the coMtiiution reedy?in !e clothn tc was ini|.orttd mm France and KiiRlai.d in (jnaf fjuan Una. Tie illity ha* bt ei. fixed at fifty pt r rent, flut take 'li it ? ft' btiil I undertake ,to aay tiiat tf.erewilibe rroie clothing imported than would itipply two pttcl. |ai( Ilia* lion* a* that <f the United 8ii.ii h I pray all to ? xaiomo hit. ipu ation for therrnelvt*, ai d to 1 h 11> with tin it neigh bor! upon it. It comet home to evit) nan'* iamny;let every o.'.n i .nmii c r r bitmrll nnft ? uh t n ' al n r bia it'll jnfeieat U'.d lie ilitintt of all; let the|icpledo fill, tinib r the it fltlence of no it fluttd party topn t at d to ?he p> ople I am ti iHing to leave the rejnli. (AppH ha'jt tl ) 0< ntlenien, witho'it Itmhi r dnrutnun ol tin te to|.ic*, n.d ir.tendirif thetc a? otily tugged iot c, I l.ow | 111 t vie toroi rin !. my ren.tik* with tnwi l??i ivaiiom ol a prac iimI chatnrter Wo nre h> le fo-lay not n>M ? lytu ? joy hi? abuw and to inltlf e ? .ich othi r m lii.rda nn ? frllow ctti/i n', but to take roontel touether to ?'fiRthm our 1 e*'iiutiot.a and furtify t.ur ptnpote*. Iri on'i r lo aclnevu iicct *s in Ibe eliction which it tiow beit teu* 1 Ttrv 'hiin; w t i'o i* ii'.le-, illti'oty ai d vain, tl at doi a rot ?end to ttei.gtli.i, tbewb g ciitte in Nov< Bibet lit Xt ll hati* not accemplitlii-d nothing la iletie Tl.a titi.e for ?ctlnn at prt nr! i < in<| ortm t. decitive action In oic'w 0 en ii to tin woik with ancreta, fbete are ihne tbltipa wh cS I would pioi ound to t very w hig In re f? day ujoti faith ind honor and to bit pui.ptplea and bit country I do not want him any rr eie huitaii.g ai ?nt I plit it to even mau't conac.nce ai.d hoi or and fi !t!ily, tilid I demnrid an aiitw er on the-e tern % And in be (It tt plire In k t f j ou gi til' men r >.w pit-cut, ? htg? of Met cbu't t'? and "1 II.i I'nit.d State*, w ill j on iVtiy or-t of jnu, Ood tparing your live* aid health in iotir fan.iln I will jrti i :.i h rid ivety otn it Jon, layn|r i-ide all pertonal prt Ii tenet t aid ? nl? by the Jove of yotit country and io the wb'g tiiket? If jnu will, ??v *o! ('tfionta ol ' tve will" Yen t our *t ni e of duty ko ' i the p?f and give j ot r mj fa rt have imd ?o It ia itcoi ftrt and I itly HftD it - (Ap pliiute.) Aint now I d. mar.dtd ?f you i-gain wheihte ??ch of jou . n-ii one ol j on, with t q'tal amct reiliy and fi t* li't, will plet*g. hi" tell that in l?r a? d?pt i d* U|a a It u it '"t J ov. i t ind ability r n w hig vi.ter in the coun ti> lit dl 'nl 'o give hi* vot nlto - (Uinvert al cm* of wi "ill") Onre nioia I have ?*w on tote ? r ere*. ?iOli? that our nil i raitrtr*. a* '< e Me ohliged 'O tall th? If, ?ttir teliow eititer-, tr* mott i f ih?m honett men hot no* Ird l.t 'l <>?? ?h>m I ram ot hut coaiider u* ite?ignii j? ? ml ?t 16 ht -ton a Rut tbe j? eplr ere maty il ibint h'tnetl m'li.hivlig ti e time n il-nil that we have ai d if we eonld g.t near then pempate tioti-a -tn.1 convt t?r ? >n tt.attt t-. ef cnmrtion Innr. at; and poll t t ut to titm tbe con 111 lion fatween wi fg principle* n d national P'O* pi tin we abntlld gain Iitai.y I | them to mil cane an-l 'boo Id ha| py 10 n reive thi m at fell'tw label it* n il hri thren In > tir gnnd wotk Will yon. tht n tachef ? ou ?trivf io be ti'mo-t t.> bti' g w i b > ou ot e tn w hern *lii' Into 'he t ? V? T - (Tn nn t.i'oti* *| planat ) That ?a the wit tn <? liirh wm an. to ratry the tlicfioit if we catty ft at all Ou amnrg ^ottr neighbca the ' Iny ' Itilta nnd the whig- generally h" wo'Ung .1 let t very one lake hi* retponiiblHliet ttj oti l.i?o?nror. ?en nee (>tplaiite) I wm mucl. t'turV with ? tn'dto, "million* are la hint! tl* " Vet, aloi g tbe datk vi*ta ol future tim<* tinhorn gi t.r ra'ton* are coming aim g in tin ir i'kv to fat. I whim vo rn w ?tand Thete ant million* ii | on mi lion* who will lirreafn r rftewiur conduct and give th' ir it ptoba' 'on or *p|.mb e ton to our policy. We *tnnd, ihen. in Ihe Judgment ol all thete mil. lion* comir g bi hind u* I.'t tit tin it p'ay tin n an?let na do our duty not fnvelr tt ly hnt m ' et !y and rcb mnly, 1 leave you with ihe mo't fitviot prat er* that J t.u My ?II il i j?nr duty a* by ihe hit ling ol (.tod I nr.tnd to c.o mine Tl'e yellow fev.r la reiotfed fo hnvo n td? 'ta ?|.p t*i ft in tfoot'ville, Mi*a. The Rev. Mr Reacfi, ? Pr. ?hytefi nc|.-gjr t, U laid to have dltd cf it na well a* armmber of othert Govi ? ?": MmrtN - Th're w'tta n rumnr ) eater? I n i.t tire i tit that Oovtrnor Monton *n dt ad It w aa vitheut wananty er foundation. The at.orney eiiietal h i d f-otn the geT. rnor Bit T?e*ila\ . he wu then cr? ? *|.'?c* t' ll i? a Inghlv rep'?h?nnhle procect'i.ig to orl <.iih nan) <u- h riport.- S. O JV? 5*pf, I'J. AioTHkb R?vo?aT..?fienrge Clinton Veggep, Inapector In Ihe Bal'tn ?re Ciii'nnt Hoote, haa bei n to movtd, and L B. Cnlly appoint'd lo fill tbe vacancy,

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