Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 15, 1849, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 15, 1849 Page 1
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T H NO. 5070. TERRIBLE TIMES IN WASHINGTON. The Efforts to Organize the House. THREATENED Fliilir HONG TUB MEMBERS. TREMENDOUS EXCITEMENT. AlUreaticn bflwmi burr, of Xew York, {Lad Heinle, of Virginia. TWO BAYS' FROCSBDXZrCtS. NO SPEAKER YET. THURSDAY'S PROCEEDINGS. THIHTV-HKHT COHC11KS1. Fittftr SKSSJON. Sra.Mte W*<.iiiMnroif, Dec. 13. 1849. Mr. kitten ?sk?<l Wave to withdraw from th? tile* the paper* of ( ol. iiavid Morgan, of Virginia Mr UrMAM a-ked if me ca a bad ever been reported xipon advtrfaly. it it were. he was opposed to the papers tk-li.g witbdiawn. Mr. Sichi.kuis bad been informed that the papers were already wlthdiawu from the 81m; and tlum Mr Mim? wltiutre* b<a application for ieaee. (> motion of Mr Hkadui av, shortly atterwnrls, The Senate adjourn' J IIoum of K.r|ir? at iit?tlv??. tVuNiiuroi, beo. 13, IStO. Mr. A (J. Baow* utNr.d a resolution, that the Han. Howtllt.obb be, aid he 1 J hereby, cbosen Speaker of the Hcu>e of Representatives for the thirty tlr.4t Confrere. He aaid tbat be draw up tha resolution without consultation with bin pariv f tend* and without advising tbein of hie intention to tn^cuit It. lie was sincere!y dextrous of seeiogan and put to this contest. They lied been here ten days and were jast where they were "Wheu tbay anserubP o ou the lirH morning of the tension They were u t only without a Speaker, bat -without a candidate tor Speaker. It was wellkuiwn that the democrat* have a majority in the House, jet tbey have approximate ! no nearer to th' point than the whig*. M h i.- ? ponton of the free toil democrat* refuse to -vote with their party, thore is a portion of whig free -oilers aud Southern wliigs who refuse to vote aitli the majority in tba other -direction Lnder thee* circumstances it must b? apparent to every one that unless something else Is dobe no ehoice can be tffaoted at ail. The gentleman h hose name was mentioned in tne resolution, ha believed It was a^re-d ?n all sides, possessed a* miaoy qualification* a* any other lormber of tbe Hou-e, Jilid he id abundan'ly y lallhtd Tbe democratic party, bflnn ia the majority lie oouoiiaed >u entitled to the Spiaker. He knew uf no reason why the democrat* should not tine thai officer. A failure had been mad* to elect; but doe* any portion of it rust on the democratic party ' It eouli nol be expected that the democrat* abould Toiuii'aiiiy retire from tbe content It eemed to him that the whig party, or tome portion of it. may meet on thi? *roumi and elect tbe gentleman fr' Di (iecrij a (Mr.' obn) to the Speaker'* chair, lie . poke for blmai if wheu be raid that he waa willing far a dlvialon of the cfllo-r* *f the House; b it, being ia the majority. be thought I hat tbe democrat* were entitled to tbe Speaker. The gentleman from North Carolina aid tbat be wanted a democratic Speaker. Mr 8t?m nr explained He remarked that, aooner I ban the Houm ahould reiaaia 4iwVrgaalM<l, be would take a dcnu oratio 8pi-?kera i*B ?,,mj ask bow did thu gentleman acctuat 1"' H democratic majprity ? ^r-?**d lha h? h id excluded all thoae who ' ail (briu'. iT,., (rrr aoiler<, frum the whig*. If a dl>i^lop (J toe tree acWerr be made according to their refcpeotive parties the d<-ui?ora(* have a clear majority of one Memra King of tieorgia. Oeotry and Juliau being abaent. the democrat* h?v? a majority of fire. He : hi.uld like to know kind of count oeuld be male t? make it appear Otherwise Hi* objeot in introducing tbe irm lull, n ?e? that he might hire an epportunity on bi* rwn re* pom blllty, of again predating Mr. ( it'll * claim* '? the tiwu-e And he neked the whig* to lend I'jmf portion of th?dr mpport. without whioh the d?int crai* c u d not aleot. \ir Lt'in inquired ?>t the gentleman, who ?al J tbat 1 the democratic party bad tbe majority. by what kind -"I lopto ?a* tbe wiuority responsible for the failure to Jert T How can they be responsible? .Sir Blown ? A portion id ili? majority ia toad-1 up of free toiler deuioctate ?bo retueo to aot wi'h the d? ax-rallc party a* the free sli wbiya ref use to ait with their party. I he f|iie.?rton i*. *imply. whether tbe whig party will lend u? m ine support, or whether they wni continue, a* heretofore. fruitle-sly to rote' We aunnt get an election Wthout tbe tree aoilura. and now aak jou to lend na your support. .Mr lit ti 1:11, ot fenn-ylvama proposed to stride out the nam< it Mr < ohb iu tbe reaoiutloa and leave a blank, to be tlil<d ?i:li it,a name of the peraon who ball iec?t?e the hlghe t number of vote* alter the liouee "hall haee main ?.itni If there be ao election, then the next highest caodnlate. Mr. 1'noMrao^, ot tvnnay leaula *aid that hi* object In rising wai to ill-r a reeniuttoa. whiob he did. proyopltig that meub?re proceed to vote by bailut for Mpeaker.and will continue to ballot until |nur o clock to-day. at d no aio'ion to adjourn, or any other propo ition. (tali be until th<?t hour. eutertalntd I be other lay be anted against the tea iiation of the centleuien to ni Ohio, (Mr Mchet ek ) to ?<te by ballot: but he did H"t .hee In what other way an election was to ba o .n- | ununited and wax u"? cm tent to try it ft thia day only. The power ot Sp *ker eaa not sogeva' a? la g 'ueyally cn-idered. At Divt. no committee nan bare mere than a neve anjwitj of ?ifhi r perty upon it If a report be made by a oia.i oily, it la aimoat aleaya fnl? Jnard bj a report ot the u.loont/. The ouly dill'reuce da. that one ei.le i aa a alible meiulier more tlia.i the - tlwr 'J be Mpeaker ma* appoint ihe eouimltteea, or tli* IIoum* luay i'li i ti'"' thin l inntlon Let the olU 'era be elected and then provision he uale for thediincul* | Ilea 'i here 1* no man a > aba?d > ed a<. If eleOted to the chair, to dleorgablne f he aci lou of tie Houae. and imprv* periy appoint the anaiuiiUari I'lie country were took* ing on ihea' ti n ot ti e Houm iHiin'n he felt none: but Inj nriotia re pi rta ?ill elrculate. not' aiy throughout car land, but acroae the vaUr. tiiat the repreaentatlrea cf the people cannot orgaiiiae au4 p.oc>-ed to bu?ineaa. J. r I. *a i aa. ot I i it^re | an aai>-udment to the re. olutlon of Mr. Thooipeon tbat auytmdy whs ahati be j elected Speaker aball be d pti?'d < f the power t icjo- I etruot the I ommittex* on the ni.triat of Columbia and the Tertlloriea, Ibe aim* to be made bf a vote of tbe ItoiKe tie ?> almut t<< m ocetd with hia reiuarK* Oat. by r^.| ii-Kt (CdTw wir in Mr. Tn?mu. of 1'niwhMi. who wi?ht?d to My that ha bad cot* d for Mr Hro?? II* tmrd not hara .lire ?o l>id he kn>?n tba f?e connected wtib th*t (>ntl>n?ii {>ia>icu? to their dMiwtr* In '.ha II.>??< , aud ba *uppotad tbat In tbl? li* ?i|iirwiii ib? I>?Ud(oI tbeSouib nod of of hi* own tliata Mr. Ja< on Tn<>?r ?< roan to point of ordar. Ma wanted ta know how uiauy resolution' could l>e piled np at the imi' Ma? 1 b? < i nm re piled that it *?> for tha Mount to d<>Ur> mine Tba qua tl >u ?a? tlrat on tbn reaoiutloo of tba gantlaroau from fnnnjlnmi Mr. Cutii ?aid thai lit* raaolutlon would admit of dovetailing 4har re lir had lf> te4 hi# amendment. Kfr aloe tbr tirrt day'* ? t? he thought that tba llrnna CM invoicing null iu |>r>uiatui? cnntrorcrcy <>u tba ubj*?t and praaan'ing to il??if and It tha I nit? 1 Sta'a? tha rtdirulou- ? (.t? of making n era?e iviie of earcnioLial matter the lime*. in e'eottnir a spra^ar, aa ka hunbljf c?mce|?*d I f tlx purptwa ol uacmit an efflcer to pr. ?|<I< ocer I be deliberation* andregulata (Uirdtr which ?? a nan* mailer of ceratnony, not for tbe purp "a of Interpolating **ntlai*nt*. but lor of planlDi I' In ao attltud* lo carry out the aanttmenu ol tba p?apla ol tna republ.n. And for the rarratantailro* (wh* naite b*ra to r> llaat tba will of an lelllgeut o< n?titoeu.-y ) t>i mak" tba alwtl< u otberi d'o* i* a political a?pa*t, appeared to him to b? ln-i"C tb? manhood of the Hou<0. with du* dafer?n*? to the ataraotrr ot tba b >dy Ma proposed to r?iaed/ tti? iiixicf dtftlaalty by hit anx admeat it ?? > aly b> kaepug up tba cubtarraneaa dtacord tbat to* maj ' Itj wara crippled In ibair orttnerit* TM<a>aa ?*ry poor way to prea'* dlaunl'i If wear* to i ava it. let ui hara it on a moro aolmin oaraaioa. Mr. Mtin conoelced tbat neither of tha propooliloat could tegeh the eclt I he (louca ??< dicldad Into tbrae part ia? and It >a< tba ailctaana of tba tblrd party wbloh pr<>dur*d t?? dieorganlxatlon All pa - 11- i.... i?. tiu.iher tor the miro i a ?t''rinlilin Ihit H' tmr and rriiiblng tha thr. at-ni ug %ap??t Ik' trld'tio ot oiiioti la to d'ilioj (III (iimrnmral or rn ln? ?p rn n of the paopla Tha ilou?i bad b< n | laying a la - h?r* M t?n d??a, *1 th? panaa ot thr<-? iht u-Bi.'l * Iiira a day It I* till tight that ?ft?r tin Howaa ahall httr b*an '>rg?nl/.?*d a propoaillon will b?- lotioitu.-.d .aieulatrd to ?fi-ci th barmct>y IH'I ln'a*rity ?l tna I alon. but ba bopad that th?ra would b* r n-?r??ti?? r? pr?aal?n or f?' lin< wh*ti tbr d.nx n of d<? ?> t <hnald ?how lt??lf. and that | tlM V?ll-*l?h*ra of ttw 1'iutitr/ would unit* aa a band ?il br?thara to armh it. II altar t ho organlaatl n, proposition abould I'M lnlrr>dtir?d to ab<>|t*h Marary In tha lilMrlct o| < ' liimt'iii or promblt It In thr Tarrltorla* of the I nl' ti I - trii?iad la itod thai hla aj*a <had alraaily raalad "n h? laat spcakar of tba Hoiiii*. Tbaaa aanl.mant. ha had a*piaa ad and ra aipraaaad Mori hia ?v-n t Ituauta. aiol > lll?J had gTnaa Into tha aattlad prluoipim- of hla hrnrt If matnbera thot]ht that thoaa of tba Bou'h trta.idrif to alt hfr? and auifvr ahu a, a? tbry hat. ?.?r iba !a?i trn yrara aod wlilch tha dtnmaalona thf-atrn ib? t?|??r of tha S-mthara po-jla wottld ha ?r> ii??d to a ?i'? of ihair own dignity and right I.atth- o ba bro^hf ta, and aaary aln*w In *ary Rom ham ami ??.?ld h?conia an arm of ataat. Tfcara la a dlftai-i ff Wa??n tlia van who ran I* in daft-nea i f hla Arnold* and lb? robbar who attain p> a to lolala It, ar>4 tb? ? ath^ra paopia will dla ta d^fanoa rf Ihi-lr r ?hta If th?ra ba any aian from that aaotlan who will ?>ot atarid firia in rtaf?arn. pTdltton. nnraaa on him. not only of hta ehlldraa bat bla ooa-tltiiant* la e< Ifliialon, ho Mid that, at tha laat Congraaa. ba aaw how lnaoaT> n > mi ?aa to app Int enonnttaai In tmleal ta tha I*itit and ha waa (arfao'.ly willing that th? aomnilt'i.a in c it.m'it'tratiOB altti lha Da | aitmaota ah< old h~ a? i-onatitutad aa aot to oeoaaiwn amkarraaamant Ma. Kaor waa uawllUagto Totaby ballot, andta ba 9 E NE mo: pi need Id a poaitlon whera fce could not show haw h? 1 voted lie wkrd gentlemen to gWa him ? opportuni- i ty to ?ota openly. He represented a hundred thounand 1 people and w?nted to leare his murk He bad heard I of the pUj of lUinlat. with the part <>f Hamlet omitted. Thi* was pretty nuch the case with the proportion of his e<>lleagne.{Mr Carter ) The play of Speaker, with i tbe part ot Speaker nnaitted (L.HUght?r.) IfthaHousa i fihrulj elect a man tit to be Speaker, be is not (It toap- ] point the committee* ! If this revolution should pre- 1 vail, the fame old confnalon would arise. The old i demon would have his horns up. It tha House nh?uld k lect the committees on tha Dlnlilot of Columbia and i the territories If It *M intended for fTeeaoll damo- 1 crate it will not operate. They won't face the mui*lo. I lie would not vote for an> bojy who was not competent ' t? appoint these committees It lookvd suspicious. on 1 the other aide to ste them rote for a man who wan not i isimpitent tod" no Thei-preeh of the gentleman from Virginia (V!r Veade) wan like the cue h-t sent to tit in In print, and which had a soporiflo etfeot, and osculated 1 to iav? the l moil, lr tb>-r? in to be dlMolution of 1 tbe Union. lft it com* before tbe lloute it orgaui/.td < or, a* bit colli ague nid. while the liuute la iu a ditor- 1 gartu d attit u^e If it'ah* place now. it would not I be biiiJinn. If the Wiiton tboulil bt dissolved after a bill thall have been paired to at>oli*h tlavery in the blttriet vt i i'lunibia them would be no lielp for It. 11n n would come the time wk?u we would have to ((fettorlktvHbiallhi little onee, over wi fcwm i lioJd god* and all the other household furniture. 1 (l.augh'ir) It any Northern man wished to ptult Lintelf by refuting to meet the i]iieeti<>n, and thereby i intuiting th* whole Nirtb let bini prepare for mar- 1 tyrd< m 1 he fu^oU are piled, and 'bo lira ready; aud ' it be ban at ir any children a* Jobu llegert, let him put on then their Nundvy clothe* to tee their father for * tha taut tuna (Laughter) if tha democratic party be in tha n'njorl'y why do tbey nut unita their loioe.' J Tbey came very near It yettcrday fhty kept on gaining at far a* they weut; why didn't lh-y eautinua? (Laughter) Mr Root ridiculed tha prooeed- ' ingt of yeftnimy. lie tald that ha wat not aufli ieatly I acquainted with Mr Brown to ?ipre?* cnmpasilno for I him The battle wat almost won. The gentletuau'* ' eyet glared fiercer and fiercer. If tbat man wat net ' brought to a condition to be trunted with the tlavery quet<i>n whociuldba' (Ha' ha') He aaid that ha wat a I Dion man. and when tba time came to dittolva 1 it be wonld ask hiui>elt the quettion < the part of hit own State and the whole Northwest Territory, a? th> y furalthed tke water of the Mittirsippi, how did It happen that i: rah down tbat river tree? Mr. Dim raid that they had voted eight or nine day*. No party was in the majority and it wat certain that a Speaker o< uld be elarted only by an arrttig. mint betwien tho two partiea The proposition with tfcl* view failed yenterday. it failed to day, inuuib?rt were foro>d. therefore, to abandon tbe attempt to organize ar remrt to tbe only mode by which the Speaker could be elected The geot>man from Miltlttlppl, (Mr Hrrwn,) called ou the *hlyt to make an utconuitif iial eurrender. At tor biuitelf, ht would vote for auy body but a Uiauaionitt to occupy that chair. [A voire : "There it no auch pertnu in tbe Houte."] He thought ao [A member Where la 1 he!"] Mr Di ?a pointed towards Mr. Meade, who wat 1 Mending In a crowd of gentlemen in tbe mialn aitle Mr Muni wat understood to pay . * It you charge me with being adituBinniat, the at-ertina iii falte." Mr l>i ? ii it.rtantly retorted " V ou are a liar. ' In.meilittely Mr. Meade trade nn attempt to reach Mr Duer. but waa re.iraimd by tbe interposition of gentleman Mr Meade gettioulated a< if he detned Mr. I'uer to go out with him. The bergennl at-Arm*, with the mace (on the top of whicti it a globe ?nrnic unted by a Mlver engle ) ran down in the turbul?nt cotxiourte. A boy crying out In the cal'.tii** f,?r a moment excited a fear that the to>';,d prooee-Je J from one of tbe two member* ; b?' there wa* no per<onal oojlhlon. I he *p*ct"/ior* on the flror. anH a?iove, Iik ked on with '"i,en?e anxiety and there wa* not a nn cbi r v,i bit teat. All watooiifu-ion Motion* were uade to adjourn ; and In a few minute* corn par itive quiet wa? jrodnced Mr l)i u b'gged pat don of the Houae for what he had uttered, improperly at th* time, and h* would only app< al to every geutlemau in the Hour*. and atk whither. Iu consequence of the charge male agaimt i him be could do otherwise than make the an^n/er he j ai.? tiu i..rf .-l,# >k.i w u. n. ?i *i. ? ? ?. ?? i "? lam uiai u" ii?'iirrru nir yvnurmitn in ne a ilifiinli nlet lis bud rrad tbe word* in hi* speech. 1 that II a certain ktat* of things continued, which the gentleman said existed, ha loathed and detested tba nam* ol Inlon Tb?i? wan nothing personal in hit (Mr Uut-r'a). remark! Ha bad ri>au for tba single purpose ol n?t creatm/, bur, ailajrltg excitem> nt The <* r** remaikad that he had b?en called on to l.uee parsons ?hu war* not member* to b* put out, if they did not walk oat. { rbere war* several oitiian* and stranger* within tha bar. and they retired 1 Mr. XJi > . In conclusion. said that if tha Houta ?b< uid adjourn for a day, member* ol tba two par.Ira might be able *o e< mo to an undemanding Mr. McL?m roae to mow to lay all tba proposition* on the labia, but, before doing an wl-h- d bristly to *ugge*t that the Hour* >hoald proceed in th* ait sipt to efli ct an organisation, by tha electlou of a Speaker to day. II* ?a* aitoiilihed that two gentlemen, luil? i mIIv . iM.-.r I aii'l Iniielduaily *o duniAel la their Intarcout**, should eonw to eueb unpleasant terra* as w* Lave just ae. n And again, that w? (without reference to tbe merit* of th* r- Dtr?rer*y) -b' uld ben m<* lartic* thereto by prolonging thl* sta'e of aflairs. lie >aw to mora dif) and in fa>'t thera *aa none-than existed on Monday weak, whan wa fll*t met iu this hall 41* wa* oppos> d to any arrangemai'ta being n ad* between whig and democratic or tta Ire* toll j artie*. No ?ueh arrangiraetita could pro duce a remit; such a thing ?a< out of tba <jue*tt >a All knew when w? mat bera on Monday we-a that telther tha whig nor democratic caucus nominee* rould be el#cted Ha knaw then a? wa know now. that neither the whig party nor the democratic party had a majority upon tMs floor; but he b-li*<e |, nai ratiefled. that there aa* a.decided niajority ou tnl* flo r i>PI>a?d to the pie^eut administration It wa* tha on'y of I La llou^a. Instead of adjourning daily at thre* o'clock, ar.d than discii-eing otar our diuuar* or at cur hotel*, tba expected ereut* of to-morrow, t i u nium here till a much later beur and do all in our power to ariit* at an election tba Hoiki iota lu thla *ar, untrammelled by caucus bond*. atid at> election would taka plana lla thought that It iha gentleman from Weorgla (vlr. t'ohh) h*l never laen the k'inlin e of a MUCU*, h" could bare bean el.cted tipmker, and lie c uld now ba elected If w? went into an ebctlon, wl.e a efery man was lalt frea to ?< te a* ha thought fit. At the last I ongress th* Ppeakcr was tot i liosen by a majority compo<ej (.f the p' ntn ai fri. t.d* of that gentleman, ha was elected by th* vita* of two gentleman who did not ai know,. d/e ! * ty to either ot tha two parties Tha nominee then ot tha wiiig faity oould not command a majority I lia d> ii < ciatlc part) could n?w elect a Dpi aki r Miftlfii4 ol tha a<ltn?ii-'lati' ll could ba chosan, and hence It ?a? iha pi liey of tba dmi.cratic party to ooutmua lu ! their risiUuM to organ *e th* lioue*. No bargain *b< uld be made. At tha la?t seesinn, tha Speaker ebo-aii III th* w*y nien'h ned aasa party Speaker, tb' re ?*s* pait'ran government of tba llou*e aod inlb* composite n of tbe e> mmltto* that part san rale was u.ost evident l.very principal committee wa* composed of sit opposition and tbraa deinooratla memlets. ai>d that too. when th?ra was a demo, crattc aHmtrl'tratlnn Tha .Mlli'ary t oamittaa. j abtcb bad lb* a hole subject of tbe war under ita cobttol wa* composed of *il whig* aod tbr*a adinlnl ttallon ir>ii l er? W l>a *?er man im cbo *a for N|i. aker, ti uel iierioarily carry out tbe ?iews of his party in the organiiatlon of the cnmmltteee ai d It make* no tiiOereice by a bom be be ela?ta<J Itialmpi rtaat for us that tbera be an antl adailrtstratioa SpeaKei. and bla adtille wa*. cnutinu* to rota, and such acne c uld be chosen lie ?.as willing to ?ot* for m? h a man. ti mr ha Ircrn ?t>ata"erer **rlion of , c Iff e< nntty II* had no r<|r?(p f?r thf ?(> ?? h? bal gtvm II* bad tntrd for tha ^ Dtlrman fr< ui iin>f|i? with the ftrktnl p|ea*ura. ai. J (unlit ?uta for him IllD, In' I'ml voted for an accompli-had (ritlrntl fri m ( htn. (Mr I'rttar) and ba had ?nt?d far lh? *?ntlmati frnui Indian*. (Mr. Ilrnwti) noti?rientli>u?iy i.(l rliittraly hoping hi* elevtlon lla hat no unkn d tohr j toward* hloi If tha member from lad'ana rhetf to ? parata l.linpelf ftoui hta political Mf? ta-e* and land hinieell to an Infliieuae agisting In thl* llonra and out of the deo "cattc party, that member deferred to loea tha eoa8denaa of hl? polttl ral a >?ciate* lit bad twllof In hi* heart t< varda the number fr< m Indiat a It I* propoaad by tha r?a< lotion uoa before the Hour*, a* an l..<a I > IMon II I? talk. I . t ai I a It i . H Mil h ti rahle pr< | oalilon that tha ablg and de?o<iratia partla* ahmld alaet a whig Hpeakar. and a deatocratla f lark ? i MenU'taen ?? nothing dl?h?n"rah a In all tbta Now, g?nM<ai>n Iraa antler* t* not tbta bargain, or proposition. aa daleatahla and ln'am< u* to >onr eye* a* lha bargain (?uppo?lng one to h??a taken place between you aid Ilia nit n.b?r from Indiana ! alleged to be by ' tlie ??ty propter* f f t hI? re?o|utloo* Or doe# the Net it tha bargain helng mad* between tha two greater partiaa r'eafcge it* t.atura and eharaetar' Mr McL. tho?pl>t tbrm Identical ?o far a* priori, la waa fern*d 1 he reaenn wby no organisation bad li-an ef l.pmt *a> the great too great, obatlaary akown la baL a I f of jaiflrnlar Individual* Mr I ooMa* eootidered tba rea*on why tbi> Moitaa had not been organised waa, tLat tt waa ruled b> *e?tloual ftaliag*. Tha other aida of tba llowaa. tba danoiiallr paity. bare voted lor their n inln*? and I:i oit f ih> y n nld rot *|re? him. uultail up n another ln>u,l?(. '1 bat nttibcr. hy Ifidlni hliaaalf to tha ? ol a a?atlot>*l lotaraat, aho ?ot*d for < hnn Mi aiteanna th<lr own mtar??t. th? d?m'<-ratln < (.arty, to thair hrnor. Imatadlataly abaadonad I'ha * ! i.ili niaB ftnm > ? Vork. (Vr l)a*r ) had told th? I llrn'a that ha ould t? f?r a man froan any aaatloa ' ?.f tha eoutry. ha would rota f?r a whig for a d^rao- i < rat for a frra aollar, but narar for a iH<un'.'nl<t 1 No*. ?lr raid Mr I" . I am not afraid to dai'lara in tha < (>tMnr? ? t thla Hraaa. I* tha praaraea of tha coantry. I ad In tba prvrcBrr f tn ? l>< d that it tha Ttaa? and ??nttir> nta ? atartaiarii hy that grntloaiaa In ralattna 1 to Monty h? i attli d into afl.ct by tbla Houaa th? a 1 that olanalt n la at band (AppUaaa ) Thay abo at t?ai|.t th??a arrramloaa on tha &o*th wara brlogla* I bat aaty dtanaioa a pott aa. and tha rtirava of Itaaraa mailt tail with all thalr foraa upoa thoaa abo vara tha i auaar nf It In tha a. I>ma and aaarad praa?aca of ir.y i iod I d?c|aia, that If thaa* rla?a ara parrlad oat and parrl?tad la, than tbf* IJtilan i* dl*a?|*ad (Applauaa) And aa ini aa I hara tha phyatoal tin (ih I *111 bata tha aioral ranraga. ta ataad hara at d aravtat fun bar aagraaalona upoa tha right* of tha Month (Applaaaa) Mr. Dt'ti ruaa to aaplala, bat Mr. r??'?i n noatlunad Ha aaid that Latham ara had ha?a charg?d nlth ar*ry rrlma la tba ratalagaa, and tauatrd about tba ?la of data*atto alamry. Ila | bad haard .t aa hug aa ha had hara hara. Ha hadba?a 1 wUltag to ctiataia tfeaUolaa a* ? 'and priaoipina, ha W YO RNING EDITION?SATUE bit4 uaed ???rj bhii; he bad taken all the rlakfl whleh KB honorable mil eoald. But to tell him that he should nnam tlee.e In** tka k. -?IJ ..k AW. men of tli? South what they wuM with organisation? [ Applause from Southern mmabira.] Thirty-fl va millicna have been drawn to he expended there, and not one dollar goea into the coffer* of the South. They only wk peace and uk the North to stand up to the principle! which their father* of both Motion* *tood up loin the revolution. Slavery did not trouble their eonscifucea. 5lavejy wa* left in the Diatriot of Columbia; but they *f the North have become tender of oonscience and have violated that whioh I* the baai* of Union. Judge Baldwin raid that if a proviiionhad not been made for the deltverv of fugitive* from juttiee, the constitution oould not have been created And yet thin I* gone ! He a*ked any man from the North te ay whether that provifion wan not now* dead letter ? Without hesitation. Mr. Toomb* remarked, that he *a* in favor of diaunion if thi* state of thing* eon. tirued L*t theSnu'b alone: give It their portion of the territory; let the Diitriot of Columbia alone Only then will there be peace to the oountry And until that waa done, he truated that diaoord would reign?if forever. |The gentleman wa* applauded throughout bl* remark* . of which the above 1* but a ha*ty iketch ] Mr. A?hk. moved that the lioune adjourn Mr lUim obtained the floor, but gave way to Mr. Dim. who *aid he ?a< anxious only to produce ?n organization. He waa ready to vote for a whig or a lietr.. ciat. from any Motion of the oountry. He had yesterday voted for a whig from the extreme South, mil van ready to do co again, provided au organization e< uld be Lad. lie wa* not governad by any leotlonal dm. A Voice?Would you vote for the gentleman from Georgia, who baa just a?tilre**ed tbe Home ' Mr Di kb?I cannot well *ay. 1 do not think ho said tie vac in favor of dUuulon. Mr. Bjkta- He aaid under certain contingencies. Mr. Duia?Tbe gentleman from (iaorgia did not say lie wa* in favor of disunion except under oertaln contingencies I cannot well *ay whether I would v>te for bim or not. I would vote for no man to alt in that ihalr and preaide over tbU Hou*a who would be in Tater of diaunlon. A Voice?Would you vote for a Wilmot proviso man? Mr Dukb? Oh. yea, 1 would vote for a Wilmot prori*o man. Mr limr* explained hii view* upon thi* queation, md would not have now risen, except tor the purpoee ?I setting liliu*t it right before hi* constituent* He and vi ted for the gentleman from Mani-arhuiiett* (Mr iuthrop) fioiii tbe tlrat, and would still vote for him, >aa he not declined being a condidate He wa* goverad by no aectiocai view*; on yesterday, be had voted 'or a gentleman from Kentucky \ et, he wa* in favor if ft be Wilmot proviso It wai a piuclple dear to him md to hi* constituent* and to the whole Northern jeople. The whole Noith wan in favor of it?th* peo>f tbe free State* weie in favor of it- and it wax ueles* to apeak of diiunlon when the majority of the ouctry demanded it. But thi* bad nothing, in hi* 'pinion, to do with the question of the eleotlon of speaker. He could not believe that any man. takeu ri m any part of the country, would carry hi* *ecclonal view* iato the chair, or let them operate on hi* nlud in the government of the Hour* He denied that he people i f the North, by holding and advocating he principles of the Wilmot proviso could he justly sbarged with being opposed te tbe Union, or that they ere advancing doctrines which would lead to dilution. The threat* of gentlemen are idle. The pej<le of the North won't be frightened by tbein The uejoritj' of lbs people of tbia oeuntry are in favor of rte ttrritoriea and are oppoaed to tbe exteu.-doa of l?*ieiy, and the oon-titutiou of the oountry guaran It* to tne mijorliy ( ! the peopiu id* rt^ftt to go tern N'r Hii i iiki> proteated against Buch doctrine, and It nled the correctueaa of any tucb iuterpretaliou of he constitution. Mr. IIiii h repeated that the majority of the people of hi* I men. through their rrfnwi'Dtititm, bad the ower. under the conatitutlan to make all lawn fur the rofernment ?>t th? territoiie* which were the property >f Hit- while I iii>>n An regard* the threat* of diaunion. t ilit> principle* entertained by the majority of the Mcpl* were earrit-d out by tin ir ri'pre?entntlrea la oiigreaa they amounted to nothing. W hen tbey ?ball *?e been curried to the people of the Northern aad tr* State*. Ibey will ?end back a re?pon??, that tuey fu ib? I ti' ii that tbM South lore* it aud they do lot belief* you when you tlueaUu diaunion. Nlr Wtiuct. ? We'll teach you. M r lUk? How are >ou to teach u? ? Vr Wti.un.- Let alartry be aboliabe<l in thin Dinlief, or th* South excluded from the territorlea, aai >e will kbow you that we menu what we nay Mr B?kEH did not belief* the I niou would ba dl?olred; nor did the invocation of the natu* of Uod to be declaration Induce him for a moment to belter* hat the Union could be dlaaolfed tor eueh a raua*. )e>pite the aolemn appeal to the name of <<od made by he gentleman from titorgia he did not belief* thm* in m man In th* Hou-e m ho thought in bin heart, or In ila bead, that tl* band would *fer be rained with power nfl!clt-nt to deeiroy thin i(loriou? Lnion. No nan lx- | l-Ted that there could be a dlaunion of three State* I'o calculate trie talue i f till- I nl >u wi- nut n >w hi* lurpoe*. for be did not belief* there c*uld be lonud in I e l*i,4 iu any town or city, twenty men wb? would *p%r Iv declare theiu'elfe* iu faeor o' a di**olution of lie I nli n If that disunion took place, then it wa* lot the fault of th* North, they were the majority and ie Mill wi* of the opinion that I he couxtllution _'uarirtlcd to tl e i: a oriiy the tight to gofern We <o i,,r >ur right-, under the con*'itulion but weal*) go for he " I nlon. the whole 1 niou and nothing hut the n'on " (Applau** from floor and galleriea ) Ml B. >aa pr ud tl at the eipre*si< u of ibat a>ntiment. e. en ii in hi* feeble lip*, had eliri * ! the earm reap >nvi >1 h gret d it* Utterance and he h< ped that a* loug ,r tb?ie waa an American heart to beat in the land, it till aleay* napond to the perpetuity of the I nion Mr Ci ??i i im< wlrbro to nay to hit friend* of the leuth who eh' wed meh but? r bo-tillty to th* people f tl e Nor' h for wbirh he m>ant not to tepmaeb hem, that If their tbriala rf dlauaion b* carried lut, and they rbould eeparat* themaelre* frra tbelr m ill.em hrtihri u that the North would nee*r be >epaend in all the kindly leeiing* of th* heart aurh a* bould eciuate the deict ndaut- of their common aire*. [ heir la'htra had all fought eld* by aide in the ureal lire of human I'befty , and were the anna now t.> ** rale and dtalr.yllie great labric which la la iked o with Mich reference by the struggling and downn dden iiawii of Kurope ? |'he North would *?*r egard Ihini a* frl- nd* nerer aa eneiulea Tbn peo|e i f the North l ad heard with palu the tlirear.e of iautilon 1 bey r< nid not belief* that gentlemen ,? n i .i ?, nl.I ?l. - i.t at. i u'b >ay If tba representative* of the North ro?a in f| heir p'ace* kaid Mid w* will dl??ol?e the I nton un- , { " jiUflKt our (if ui<1?m y< u ?ota tbm ri tidao aa we dlrtata ' Wovld not that |??-ton*t? alo- . ? i?kr* to ?Mrh ? bar* littered h*?i,?en directed I j, I ? u to pr?*err* IU I nlon, and to maintain tli?tr in- , p?nt>nre of ail dicittl o ' It cvrtainly would? ^ "|i?f? l( tin f- Itr f inter t?m> d et 111* Noi tli to upprMi ? r Itijutf the flouth The people of the .North frit aa If ( Iny ?? (<li b< aid the tame *hlp and II It wera *out- j ltd. they w< md all i* do? n tcgetber Th?r* nuo? met j I. ? i.nn-tlrut a contention. called the Hartford I f nfl'i) crropot.d rf patriot* and *tate?men. Tbey ii?'ratrrt llo Ul*?"lutt'.n of tba t niim beeauta they , * td tall*d In dr|nl*li>( lb? gotcruaieut of |t< p iwer ! . ho?e men wtra hone*t and atncare; yet till they ?unk ' n their gtare* time wa> a mark up n tb"m. Vt aa ihl* e warning' Ibi* I'olon w?? a< the human body. I' rfl a llnili ami )ou Utf ttlll a bod? but a rautl- ' ?l?d oi>* And what bet-am* ol tha dt* ate inhered Itinb' ' lid It not wl<b?-r and decay ? If N*w Kngiand had/* aiaUd beraeif troiu tba I nlon what would *ba ham 1 ?*ti n<w! I h?-*e remark* wire thrown out la all 0 indr *** a? d he hoped that gentlemen would pauaa nd f? fleet upon wl at tbej war* about to lallret on tbair untry. ) .Vr .?n rHrna, of <>eorgta. *aid that la early Ufa ha f ad hten de? ?ly imi re?*?d wltb a devoted rw?*r*nc* ' r tbr **cr? d ronipnct which eilated. by which the** t tat?a * re or Itrd yet ha wa* aorry to aay that he and ha |?*npl* ol the *<rt|on of the country wblcn ha ra- I >re*ented r<ow c?n*ldered the day when tliat compact ra* to be rendtd. wm near at hand The aggreaalona I rkirh bad b*?n mad* upon tba Mouth bad net wllh 1 orbearatir*. and etlll thay wera now told that a?grea> t li n wa* to go till farther He would tall gentlemen, e not deceived Wa will ruhmlt to afgrea*ton upon ' ur rtpbt* no lorger liaha 1 heard the remarka of hi* i oil. ago* (Mr 'I ititnb*), and atery aentlaant uttered > iy hint H"t with hi* bearly ennmrrenr* llo gentle- I b*n by nttaring p*<ant to tha I nlon. think It ran ba I ire?er?*d* Ifao they are niataken If tba day of tha i Matt lutlon of thi* I nlon I* at I* aa well now 1 >t In reaffei, better now than after wa hat* been da- < ;ra<1nl < >aiitl? rr*n apaak of nr|tnlrli( partia? h?ra if b ?h<* I Dion, lint bafora an? au*b partta? ran ha r?m?d thay muat ba fonndad on* Ju??iaa. ami ha would all g?|jll< B an that ba would ra'har MM> tha wholn lontbarn o ontry. with ill har *tat*am?a. bar patriot*, 11 <1 nibla tpirlta aovar*d daap In bannrabla grava* tkM Mihmit ona aii maat to a aingla ant of dagradatlan. ' *hd ha would I all that ci*n who attampta aiich an act ha curra* tf haatan'i high <?od aball datrtoJ upon >tm Mr. m< 'iimud tin light It wii uralara to anticipate I dlarrlution of tha Union; - mflirimt for tha day la :ha aril tharaof " Ma thought It unnaraaanry to arKtia ha q?a?tt?n furthar. Ma ?i? rrady to organina tha lit uia A Sp?atar o?uld ?>a alaetad If tha voting wa?

i mIbumI, ai'4 ha hopad tha (notion to proraad with ba voting would pr?rall Mr Cat cm ? had Hatanad to tba ratnarkt of tha g?nHi nan Irim I III aria (Mr. Bakar) and wUhad to r?ply 10 ll.f-m 'I hat gantlaman had aaid that tba North arnlit k t haliaratha South would dlaaolaa tha Ifnlon. Ila fa.t a M?k i f ahama that any ona ahould ballaaa ibat tha Month daaarrad ?nrh a rapronah. Tha North. a*d tba gtntlaman from llilnota, would not baliava tba South In aarnaat' Ha wlabad to tall him that wa ara In Nirntat; anil puih jour aggraaaiona ona *tap farther, tad In tba lan*uaga of my pollaagua, wa will taaoh >ou. Ha wUbrd to ?ay ta him in a faw word? ?iat thla i oniraaa paaa n bill to aboltab alarary In tha Dlatrlat of I ilomMn or pn?i tha W limit provlao. and ha pladgad hm.ff If lo In trodnaa a rnolutlon in tbaaa word* Rapoltid That thla t alon ba dta?<|rad. Mr Baaaa ? tut wa will paaa ona that It thnll not ba dl>?ol?ad. (langhtar) Mr. < oi i of a?Tkna tba Month wontdahow to tha fantin ?n and tf tha North that wa ara la anrnaat. Month < an llra, Ororpla. Alaliama and Mlaaiaalnpl ara nil rradj to tota for It. IA ?o|aa : " And Vtrglntn.") Van, and Virginia; nnd what wna onea a Month Carolina ah atrarlti n. I* row a ?o|.-ir>n truth. Mr. A i i.?i? a a* understood to maintain thnt tha nnlaarral opinion among tha paopla of tba North wna In oppoaitton to tba attention of alaaery. If tba Mtnta of Hff'tg'a thi ngbt proper to dlaaolrathli I'nlon hy with dialing fri m It. and rant In bar declaration to thnt rffaat, ha ha4 i?o doubt hnt that Ongreaa wruld treat It wltk bao< mlng reapant Bnt tha Nwth did not RK I IDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1 think of disunion; ud ft ?u strange to bur gentle* men speaking of dissolving thin great Union, who had not strengt h to more even one of the marbl* pillar*of thl* hall Mr. Allan than reviewed. at graat length, tha proceeding* of yesterday In relation to tha Interview* and eorrrspondenoa between tha member from Indiana and the free foil party, and defended the enure* of hli par* ty In trying to obtain a praper number of their member* on the several oommittees. Ha was understood to tay. that from the remarks of the member from Maryland (Mr MeLane) in relation to the eompoaitlon of the eommlttae*. the free sailer* could not expeot to ba heard upon any committee, if tha member from Kmsacbusetta, (Mr. Winthrop) had been elected Speaker. They therefor* were justified In not voting for him. Mr. WiwTiisor eorreoted the gentleman In a matter of tact. The Committee* on Judiciary. District of Columbia. and Territories, were composed of flv* whig* and four democrat*. And owing to the death of one member and the absence of another, these oommlttee* stood In fact four to four. The gentleman from Maryland waa correct in stating that in the great committee ot Ways and Means and others, six whigs to three democrats had been piaeed. Ills predecessor. Mr Davis, ot Indiana, bad sat bim a preoedent. and ha did not know but such had been the rule since he (Mr. W.) bad beea a meteber of the House, now for ten years Another reanon for the course was probably to prevent, IbMHII the ah?ence of a member, the very state of sffalrs we now hava in the House, namely, a division, or an impossibility of action. Mr. McLsivi explained, that he did net in the leaat mean to reflect upon tbe lata Speaker. What he had laid was to impress upon his own party, that no closenee* of vote, or tie, should induce them to elect a Speaker of the opposite party; for of what party tha Speaker belonged to, no matter by whom obosen to that patty would be given tha majority on the oommlttee*. Mr. Allkn then concluded hi* remark*. Mr. Hillurd considered the gentleman from Mmlarbnsetts. who had Just oonoluded (Mr Allen) aa ooul md as calm a man aa aver be had listened to in hi* life. While no passion was betrayed. It wa* still there. Ma (Mr H ) bad no passion but what was evident in tils language lie wished the people of the oountry, tud particular!* of the North, to understand that tlie reeling shown Is not altogether a dramatie affair. It iras a feelipu tbat must be shown. The gentleman fri ra tieorgia iMr Toombs) had spoken with oonsiderihle feeling, but it fu with a feeling that could not bar* been suppressed, aud It be had uot spoken as he liail to-day. hi* people would have spoken that fouling for blm II* would tell gentlemen. calmly and deliberately. that there never was such feeling on this sabect at the South as exists now. I tell geutlemen, that f tbey pass the Wllmot proviso, the best friends ot .Lis I niin must part It wat no part ef his purpese ;o calculate the value of the Union, that oould not be i sonceived But once let it be dissolved, and when aud ! low can it be bound together again? He would say to (entlrBx-n trom the N orth and South, that If the Wlloaot proviso be passed by both houses of Congress, then this nion must be dissolved. We all remember the elojueut speech of the gentleman from Vlrgiuia, (Mr Mc'owcll ) delivered at the close ot the last eem-ion upon the beauty of the Union, and the motto : '-The Union Host be preserved " He (Mr. H ) had borne that bantu r during the past year; he carried it with him around uis diMtict; he bad spoken to bis peoplx upon it, had battled for it; bad told thera that be knew there wu too niurh justice In the people of the North to attempt to degrade them ; that the Wllmot proviso could never pass both tbeee bouse*. Speaking of these things, he >lt compelled to say that if these measure* were perlisted in. the I'nion Is gone He was struck with the Jgure used by the gentleman from Massachnsetts, thmt hey who spoke of dissolving this Union, oould not Ten remove one of the marble columns of this hall. Fie vould remind that gentleman that the hand of a child night throw a torch into the temple which would uoaiume it. Mr H explained at length hts course lu the raucuawtiich had nominated Mr Winthrop, and said his >ason for not separating himself, and for nUbing his political friends not to separate from the whig party in .Ms election, was a belief, and one which he still entermined that by remaining with them, their moral loflu nee would be greater than a separation. He called ipon gentlemen to atop; to pause even < n the brink of he precipice and contemplate what they would do. If not, atid this course of aggression upon the South sas continued then they would ge down and take the South with them, to ruin. This Wllmot previso was ,e be pressed upon them. What is this Wllmot prertso ' It is a proviso which is to exclude the people of be ftonth from the pommou terrtiory of the Union; a erritory acquired by the expense ol the common blood ind treasure, as well of the South as of the North, la t the territory of the North ' Is It theirs by purohase, >r by conquest * Have we no share in it ? IVby then |o they dare to exclude us? Why this rfWhitery in It i.yu.g us a Whislpstl? in Its value ' The cu iitruetloa placed on the nuuntitutlou by the gentleman rom I 111 ii ol? (Mr Buker ) is an unsound one No inerpretatb n of the coe-tltution not ba*ed upon jusire, can ever be recognised. Mr. 8< h>m s - The gentleman mistake! the chamoer of this Wllmot proviso He states that it is a prorii-lon to exclude the people of whtt are oalled the late Slates from these territories. This I? not correct, t is the same provision that is In the ordiuanee if 7t>T. "that neither slavery nor Involuntary servitude hall exist in the territory north went of the Ohio river. ixrrpt frr mini*," Vc That pruvlnton of that ordinance itmd*d orer th* Stat* I represent. and ov*r th* 'linnet of which I am lb* particular repraaantatlv* ? iloir. I com* h*r? by the vota? of th* people af that liatrlet. th* n aj'dlty of whom hare ootna there from I'lrmnla, Kentucky and other rlar? Stat** and who h*ra enjoy all tha hleaaioir* a*cur*d by that ordinance. l'b*y w*r? not aiclud?d fruui tba territory by thatprolaitn. Vr Hn iiaan?ThU I* not tba time for di*cu?<ln> ibe'her tba ordinance of '87 ?a? proper or not; that lay ha? Ion* pine* *on* by "Wllmot proTl?o'' waa tha "pular nan * n< w tor th* provlalon. aud iucta w* had alltd It. Tha '|U*rtl<-n n< w in. whether tba aouthern eople ar? to b? excluded wiib th*ir property, from h* ci lumen territory nf tba 1 nli?n?a territory tfatiied y th* common blood of tba whole Union llo? do hry d?ra ta rife up her* and exclude uii from an jaal *li*re In It* OdUmilMid tkiy hd n > IntauIcn to loaka Inflammatory rp*eoh*a on thla auhjrot, nd ha drotrrd to warn gentlemen that th*r* matt ha pau>e In tb*?? agirreeala* procoedlnir*. Thar a vera har* bar* who war* alwat* raady to di*>-n*a thla nubrt 11 ? bid l|rttl llWty and i|iila?ly th* MBtl nit* tutertalned b> tba paopla h* represented, 11 ullid cn tl i in to pa>>**. to ll-t*n to tha r**olulinn* of irplula pa?**d t>y har Laglrlntura; to tba rwiolutloni f Alalama. pkfM-d by bar Legislature; to tha re?olnloot of \ l?l?elr,pl, pa?eed by b*r L*glalature) and hey would ?** that th* paopla of tha whol* South ara ?l?*d npon tbl* question Tha paopla of tha South >on1d haver (xibnlt to any degradation and th*v w mid all any event aoouar than ?u(f*r degradation for a ingle moment lie appealed to all to pauaa, that tha ?t h i l< ml t w i" ??tin* abuva thain might not burat nd arattar run upon tha whole laud, anl tb.n gar* ' y to >1r Hraaaan.r.f Alabama, who 'aid that y*?t*rday ha t oka about having written a )*tt*r to tba gentleman t m Indiana. (Mr brown ) lla rOM to ray, that II lould b? publl?b< d in tha ll> inn to morrow morning. A U< ?lr* waa *ipr> a?>d that It abonld ba raad. and 1r Hi mi*u rtad tba lattar. It waa da?*d th* l?th natant; and. aftar stating that It waa written for tha tirpoe* of a mutual understanding. and to Justify hl? ota b*for* hi* constituent*. two Interrogator!** war* Ti pout dad. til : Are yon la faror of th* Wllmot prolao ' aad da von believe that < onnr>?* ran ta?? anr rt t- abolub alartry. or pan aoy aet to air bj'Ctf A ># mbar laqulrad : " What wa? tha aa?war !" ill. Hi aaaao r?fllfd that tba |?utl?nin hrowght to ittna ?p?fh diUiM?d by htm (Mr Brown) thr?? ?r our y?ar? ago; hut, aftar rotlir oooa or twlca for htm, nrral g?ni|- n ?n raid that thay war* tatliflad, and bay all ?ot?d for Mr. Brown. ,Vr Bi??k wa? uadrratotd to fay that what ha mid hrta or lour yarn ago ba Bialntalnad now Mr Mil i tm o noaehid?d bla ramarka by aavlng 'hat ha I nlon la to ba by r> framing from a.*graa?ioaa I'hc South prafar a dlaaolutiou to a couauiama'.ion of ha m.a>ur?- agitated Vr < <>* *r>. <>f l.ouUiao*. aald tha*. ha had H?t<*nad ?l'h attcaiK n ami noma pain to tha dt??uolon of tolay. Ila r>arctt? d that It bad takan plaaa la hl?opl?lc n It waa lll-timad. pr?m?lur? an I could b? produai . c f t<> goe#, but cf inii*h atil Tb"1 (t?ni|-maB r'Blir?t|li mdf aartalaly. vary alo<|Uaot appeal, inrt vr. * had ll?t?n.| ?o It rl h gr*?t plaanura IV .tb moat of th? oplnlna tha gantlaman ilttarad ba Dtlialv enMumd. and man* of tha aantlm?ata mat atlh a liaarty f?p n?a In hub mi. It wa? unnaraalary that ba thiuld gl*a th- aaauraara to othar? who lddrr?fd tha llinaa today, bit th?y w> u| I allow l> m t* aay that thay bad ao'undad an alarm wbieh ha >ar?d would aot ba eanflnad to tha walla wf th?? hall, hut f n tha wlnga of lightning It would fly throughout lha land 'I bay annn'lrd tha alarai b?for? It waa Baraatary. lha gantlaman from Oaargla -aid that ba pare?lT?d tha a' la difficulty which fru<tratad an att. iti 11 to crgaalia to l>a aartlonal f??ltng bara. and that s?tb jarMaa aonght toorgani'* tha Moua? wl'h aao II- rai !* MDir" .vir wi?n*'i i i a?y, ana inn n? na Ith utiirlaclod plaaaiira. and with th* utmoat "Inmlly, that bl? i h rratioD of th* pr?oa*'lln(a of th* llniH had brought him ta a dlraotly *pp<>alt? cmiioIii t< n II* thought that th* difficulty waa In trying to prarant < man /atlno on aaotl >nal p ?itlon Art not lh? rrthorn man In a majority' If tbay hal ila?lr*d. lh< j Bilfht hat* or(tnlr?d th* Brat day lla ballaaad that thar* wara ova buodrtd aad thr** Nkii|Id| to tha d> aioeiat* propar, (ha dl<l "! apeak of th* l?? Wiln.ot pro*l?o aiar. who war* *l*ct< d oa that priori pi*.) Mr. f obh tha randlnat* of th* dvai'Oratte patty. rar*l?ad oa* bundtad and thrao Totaa, and thl* tnelodad all tb* dani"?railo maaibarf north of blax n ai.d Dlioo lln* 1 h* whl<? mat Id aaneaa, Ith I ha aiaapttrn of a f?w of tbam Thay a*l**t*d. a* a oaartldata for dpaah?r, a gantlamao who praatd* 1 luring a parlod of aapra?adi ntfd dllHealtj, and In a mannar which toeurad th* coafldanoo of *t?rj whig and <1> tn<era' from < aa and of tha l ulna to th* othar. Ha had hoard an dl?#aat froai aafb'dy ThU waa nominated alai?*t ot>?Dlm"n?ly tha eaadldata "f th* whig party H* hollared that tb*t* Vara ona hnadrad and two wbl(* In thl* body, aieloolra of tha uratlaaian from waorgla (Vr. Taw ha) aad foar itbara Mr Wlathrop ra?o1?ed on* hondrad and naa tote*, and tho?a war* fr?m whig* of th* .North and Hoa?h Indlaarlmteataly ThU ahnwa th* deatra ta ad hata to th* party lla** wbl?"h hara fa* twanty yaar* dltided tba rcuntry, aad tha dlfflratty pr<>*a*4* froai tba faet that thara ar* af*w Individual* who ha*a thaa far ratacad tnao-oporato with altbar of th* two great I aula* It waa a<>t f< r h'm ta impnfa tha aaatlmoata f |*atl*K*a hat ha pould not onarar la all that thay aid Ha woald not h* tadoaad hy hta f*allac? to ha draws Into a pramatnr* <li*?u**toa <>a tha WUaat pro CERA 849. iao, and, therefor#, hs wished, with Mr. Dnar, to adjourn Mir far a day, to deliberate. Mr. Mabsiiall, of Kentuoky, bad been aatonlahed to hearth* dlaaolntion of tba L'olon agitated today Ha bad baard an appeal from the gentleman from Maaaacbuaetta (Mr. Allan) to organise the Houie on sectional ground! Tbe gentleman from Georgia (Mr. Toomba) aid tbat he hoped that dlaoord would reign until menbin bowed to tba oplnlona of tbe South; and he heard another gentleman pay that the Speaker should be a man who stands opposed to the administration. Ha (Mr M ) claimed to be a friend of the Union, and was In favor of a gentleman for Speaker who dl I not represent any extreme; nod he trusted tbat all distracting questions would ba laid aside, and that the members would apply themselves to the public good. Several motions were mada to adjourn and disagreed to. Thera were likewise desires expressed to have a cell of tha House, as members had retired, not suppohlng that a vote for Speaker would take place to day However, another trial was made, and the following la tbe result. 224 vote* were oast?113 accessary to a choice:? VOTIt FOR SPEAKER. Forty-tint Ballot. Vlnthrop. whig 6v Burt, dem 1 K M McLane. dem... 2 Bayly, dem 8 Wllmet. free soil 4 Brack, whig 1 fitanlev, whig 21 Julian. free aoll 3 H. Cobb, dem 40 K. P. Stanton, deut 1 Morebead. whig 10 Strong, dem 1 Totter, dem 24 Conrad, whig 1 Boyd, dem 20 V Johnson, dem 1 McUaughey. whig 3 Hilllard, whig' 1 T Steveaa. whig 4 MoCleraand dem 1 Scbenok. whig 2 Aahtnun. whig 1 Outlaw, whig 1 MoLanaban dam 1 McDowell, dem 1 Disney, dem 1 Oornian dem 1 Hoot, frea soil 1 H. Marshall, whig 1 Bingham, dem 1 Total 224 Necessary to a choice .113 Highest vota (Winthrop) 60 At twenty minutes to five o'clock, tha Houae adjourned. TELEGRAPHIC. Yesterday's Proceeding's. ANOTHER LONG DEBATE, Attempts to Elcct a Speaker* AGAIN ADJOURNED WITHOUT A CHOICE. Srnate< Washington, Frilay. Dee. 14, 1849. No public business to-Jay. A motion to adjourn till Monday was rejected, In the hop* that the House | would organize by to morrow. Ilause of Hcpraaentatlvea. Kkidav, Dec 14,1840. Mr. Hilliaio, (whig) of Ala., corrected the report of hie rrmaiks in a morning paper and in the course Of bin remark* be raid, that when the time came to divM* the Union, it would not be dene here, but by th* j.eople themtelvra-th* Heprenentatires iau(t be advised, and then act on the recommendation. Mr. Ashmi'*, (whig) of Mas* , rose for the purposo of offering a resolution. He was sure that after the st< ne of yesterday, *very gentleman must se* th* necessity for organization. Tho Clerk has no power to preserve order, and baa no police over the room He thought that It was due to th* self-respect and peao* of the members, and to the country, that there should be an eleotion. In eonolution, he offered a resolution that th* llous* now pro*eed to vote for tlpeak*r vi'ea mm; and if, on th* flrst call of th* roll, n* person ohtll receive a majority of all th* vot*s, th* roll shall be gain called and the peraon who renelv*s th* highest number of votes, provided ha reeelve* not les* than one-third of the whole number, shall b* declaied lected. Mr. Woouw?n?, ( lom.) of 8. Carolina, offered a resolution. in substanc*. that Linn inyd b* chosen Speaker pre <?M/'?re, and. on his anuming the chair, the liousa will proceed to the election of Sergeant-at arms, Door- 1 keeper. ( lerk and Pcttma'Ur. and then to th* elactlon of Speaker II* earnestly pressed organization Members. he raid, were resolving themselves Into a mob; he did not say thry bad become such, but that th* pra'ud* had commenced. The lobbies, galleries. *v*ry plate, j wer* filled with a crowd of persons. If such a soen* a* that occurred yesterday should occur agtin, who knew i what would fellow' if a terlotis eonltlot haj taken | place mcr* than thre* hundred persona would have | rushed ( n to the floor of th* hall. H* spok* inclu?lv* | or iiimrvu, wnm n* Ht iinti m? p ni process w?? to r?*olT? tbc Hoar* into n mob. 8uch ? "tat* h% 1 already commrDci -d ? it tia'l not. however, goue far. and be trusted la (>od it would go bo further. Mr. C. H.***, (wkiir) of TenB , hi* j . aBxirty to ?r* the liou** organised. Th* dl*cu*?lon o' . th* qu<Mlon* relative to th* North and th* South i would be Interminable. and < Jod only knew, unl??n lh*r* fthould b* a check, when It would end. Ill* proposition , wa* that the llouiit, af'*r th* adoption of hi* rw*oliition< I < rhall prcceed rim fee. and that th* nainx* of the I lowest candidate* be drrpped. and the two bitfbeit b? ! Tottd for. It wai hi* opinion thiit four or fire trial* i would cettle the 'juei-tlon. Mr. Root, (free *oli) of Ohio, opposed all th*** pro. < petition*, tuylng that by them th* Ran wa* aonuht to I j be applied to thoM who wera ardautly and warmly I opposed to the e*ten?lon of slavery. Mr. Anutiw Jmidw*, (Jem ) of T*nn***ee, wa< (lad 1 tbat Mr. Achniun had iBtrodueed th* resolution; it w?> rinllar to the one which ha Introduced ?ereral ' da>? ago. and which was voted down. Neither of th* great pur tie* would give way ?r unit* wit? th* other* j a* they had reallied In forty attempt* to elect a Speaker i The only chanc* to aocoaed I* by th* adoption of tha plan suggested. He r?rl*w*d th* cours* of Mr Win- 1 tbrr p a* Speaker, and *ccu*< d dim > f actinguafalrly toward' th* South In appointlBg committees, Mr Wi*T?i?ef, (whig) of Ma * . ??ld a few word* lo reply. Mr. Jon**o? resumed, and said. that ha loved Sou'h C*r> lina. bat did not appror* of th* r*pr***ntatlea from' barleiton dfdging about a* h* did during tha ballotlBc* for Speaker. W by did he not vot* for Mr Wlnthrcp now? Mr. IIoi.mi*, detn ) of s. Carolina, saig that ha waa perfectly satisfied with ?h*t he bad d< b* toward* pla-ing Mr. Winlbrop la th* cbalr at th* comaienc*?ent of th* la*t Mngresa Mr Wlcthrep. *ontlau*d Mr II , j wi? a gentleman *f talent, dignity, and rirtt* in other word*, he wa* a gentleman Mr II *ald h* bad no ui'glvlBga. and no r*pentaaca. even If h* had ?*t th* good opinion of tha h> o Table gentleman tr. as Tea ewe*. Mr. JrMi?**rf a*ked bin ?hy ba did aot do *a again' Mr Hei.Mra wa* underctoc d to *ay tbat that waa not proper question for th* gentleman to a*k Mr. Jaif*** continued, and spoke ot slave labor and oth*r *uhje?t* not unfamiliar t* th* country. In reply to a remark relative to North Carolina Mr. Cun?M*w. (whig) of that <'.at*,*aid that hi* Stat* at orefent left other* ta ?r>eak but wh -n the time noma* nh<- will b? among th* mn?t foram?*t to a*t. Ton 'Wj? altar th* battl* of l.ailaRton aad alghtaon ianath* hafor# th* D??laratloa of ladopandanea la rhlla l*lphla, aoaroatlon la North Carolina da?lar*d polltlaal Ind*p*n<l*?e# of Or*at llrlUia Mr. C. cordially ?pfrot'J lh? r?wiarka of Mr Toomb*. th* m?mb?r fiom UMirite. but roUd for Mr. Wlnthrop from porwnal *on?l(i*ratioa* Mr Wo*i>w?*n, of South < arMlna, ?tat?4 aanthar faat. that lath* eotiT*ntl<>?, at charlotta la Maokt*q? berg connly. a dalogat* fr?m 8<>atb < arnllaa ??< pr*'ent aad waa oa th* eomaltt** who r*port*d th* d*elaratlon. Mr. Jow**o* fnrthar apok* of tha South for If that Mtloa iboald b* trampled oa. whig* aad democrat* would plant thorn * Ira* oa th* aouthara and of tb* ooortltutioa. which will W tbalr halmat aad ?ht*ld. Mr Horrrow, (wbl*) ef IHIawar*. thaa otf-rad tha f>l| lo?li( ranolntloa !? P.otoWril, That until th* Hi?? la an monitor | hall tp*ak, at aajv ttaia, lc*?ar thaa *ft?o? mlnataa. On aiotloaofMr (d*m ) of tf.Camliaa all tha propoaitloaa for *l*ctloa of Spaakar waro laid oa lb* , tabl* Mr. iTtowa, (dotn ) of P*aa*ylraala. offarad a raaola ' Una, which waa adopted, that th* Hoaaa will aow pr? **d to th* ataotlon. rira ooro, ?U lAat a* rfftal* tf attared muti (V rlwlu* W efttiti. LD. ^ 1WU UEJNTB. The Houae then prootndad to vota. VOTE rojt fll'EAKER. h'orty-frtfld Hallot. Wlnthrop, whig 3a Morebnad, whig H.Cobb, dem 18 Milliard whig S McLane dem g Stanley. whig N Wtlmot. f>ee soil 0 Boyd, dem 61 Dner, whig 6 T Sferena, whig II rotter, dem 24 Scattering. . M Total 1*4 NioMitr; to a choice IIS Highest vote (Boyd, dam.) 61 ? Mr. McLkan. (whiK) of Ken , offered a reeolotlon prapoaing an election by plurality of vote*,whoever obtain* 48- fiGtha to be Speaker. If no eleotlon, whoever receives 48-bOtha. and ?o on. falling ane vote until there ahall ba an election. It wan laid on the table, and tha Hoaaa again voted. VOTES FOR SPRAKEK. Candidatn. *M hallot. 44<A BMrt. Wintbrop. whig 36 J7 MeLane, dem J.,. 7 ? Stanley, whig 40 M Morehead, whig It ? Boyd dem OS M Totter, dem 24 ft T Steven*, whig 13 IS Wilmot. free soil ? 6 Cobb. dem. ? X Scattering 37 tt Total TU Ti4 Neceaaarr to a oboice 11S Hlgbeat vote (Uoyd, dem ) 81 A revolution waa then ofleredby Mr. Hacsbtt, (dam.) of (ieorgla, tbut member! be not entitled to per die* until a Speaker (hall be eleated. Mr. Jonki, (di m.) ef Tenn., proponed an amendment ?f or (hall they receive mileage unleaa thay elect a Speaker to-morrow. (Laughter ) The revolution was laid on tha table, and the Houae then adjourned, in much oonfuaion. Amicable Settlement of the Difficulty betwrtn flaaara, tirade and Duer. Wjihikiitoi, Deo. 14,1849. The dlapute which occurred yeaterday, In tha Heuae of Reprraentatlvea. between Meaara. Meade and Duer? haa been amicably aettled. Caucus of the Krec Hollers. WaaHimiToif, Dee. 14,18I0.| The tree aoilera, in caucua, have again raaolved ta maintain their ludependeat organization until their demand* are complied with. Our Washington Correspondence* WmiinoTOK, Dec. 18, lMt. Anticipated Purl between the Hon. Mr. Duer mnd the /teM. Mr. Mrade ? Mr. Buchanmn and the Slavery Qiteition. You will ace from the Cougreaaional report* what a time we bad ot it to-lay, and how Mr. Duer, of New York,'forgot bimacif and hi* petition, *o far m to eaQ Mr. Meade, of Virginia, ' a liar." A challenge ha?, of oour?e. p***ad einre from Mr. Meade to Mr. Duer; bat it li believed that Mr. Duet'? good nenae and guntlamanly feeling*, will prompt blui to withdraw the groaa oflt-naire language, rather than add crlma to outraga. Mr. Duer *poka of " dl*unlonl*t*," and Mr Bayly danylng that there were *uch in Congra*? Mr. Duer ranlied that there were; and that they eiiited In Mr. Bayly'* deWgailon Bring a*ked to point at the nan, Mr Duer indicated Mr. Meade, who merely aald that it wai -false ' which lo iKeif. 1* not yet a mortal uflance particularly when uttered la rebutting an Imputation on a men'* oharaoter, and by ao maanijt*. titled Mr Duer'* outragi-oui epithet. A* tha matter la now in the haud* of tb? proper pcr*on?, I refrain fron further remark*. Mr Buchanan. I learn, will, a* *ooo a* Tangre** la organized, publlah lii* opinion* on the alavery que*llon, to the people of the I iilon. and I tru*t that hla example will be followed by every promlneat roan la th? country. The country ha* a right to know tha opinion* and priiiaiple* of It* |ubllc men and a man of firm conviction* will not heettate to avow them Mr. Buchanan'* opiaU a* aie contained in a letter to Mr. Jame* K. Mcl.anabaD, of Tenniylvanla. now a member of (JongreM. Tha Iproar In Conjfraaa. tiik position or thk now wii.mam j. brown?ru sruKiiMur. To the F.dilort of Iht Vmon : ? Having apoken to-day la the lloiiae. under much ex. oltt-Dii nt, aod, In the confusion which prevail. ( turning no correct report of my remark* will be fornlfh'd I a*k. In Jn*tlce to m?*?lf, that you publlab thia oommuBlcation After I bad rea?lved fifty three vote* for Speaker, oa Mn day lael, and after the llouaa had adjourned, I waa rent for to g" to the r<?'in of a member Wb.n I arrived there, I learned that it waa for tha purpiae of hating a contort ure with Mr Witmot, of I'ennayivanla, whn toon alter came Into the room lie Informed ma ll,ut they Were ?all*f<ed with thepoaitlon of Mr I'atlar, of Ohio and had b? en reaily to vote f >r him It th- lima bad artltrd when their vote* w< uld have made aehoiaa; that they weie willing to vote for me If I would agree ta give them lair committee* on the Dlatrli-t nt Columbia, tbe Judiciary and <>n Territories, that neither hlin?elt nor tbe gentleman from New i ork. Mr P. King. de.ired to be upon the** committee*; tha' all he and bl*frlenda a*ked wa*. that tbe ableat men of the dlflerent partlea, and both*e?tioa* of the l aton might l>a arleeted. hat they arked that they abculd be Impartial and unprejudiced upon the ipiaetino of alavery; that their feara were that I might ?0 c untltute th*?e o immittaea a* to ttifle what he regarded a* the public *entimaat nt a majority rl tJe country I dated tohlin. in reply that I regarded hla r*<jn*?l a* r> itaouah.e ami that it e,e 'tad, I *houl<l c aetllute tlie-e ci mnilttei'ii of fair aud impartial men. that whatever mlglit be my view? up m any in l all i|in ailon*. I would n t ua? no power a? Speaker In *ucli manner a* to prevent any Important ij >ie*tlon fr> in being lully praaeated ?n i dl*cn--? d In t n* -louea. Mr W timet appeared ?atlatied. and left me. lu a abort time I received Irr m him the following i.,t? ItTimi* la, Itu?. Daaa 8ia la lb* anavi r**tl< n which I I. i.i ? > vu ml* iveeiag,\aa atra trta to aay that It tlii'ij *(ar of tha ii i i i,. | i ..-iit* i ) .i . i i , h i Iraa ?a Terutetta*. tha J military, ami .ke l?iatr t ef i labia la a a?ai net thai ' ?ld he ? .rac'nr/ ti m>a-lf ?a I II a frimd* I't ?ti..m I t *>e ha4 tha tiun-r >o act. I h??a n ntinamaated thia te lev frtaaea; anil if, In re|.|y * thia tula. ) 'i raa ?ita th'ia Hi* *?rn. aaautaara. t> ?> eillglva vou a leeilul <ad (eril'ai mi ix>r'. Ha.m > I U , ' II. a W m. t. Baown. U M I . * I " I km w I be rr*?'n why I ? ? lnt<-rro<?,?<l I h* I al" a)< h? n regarded u . o'.ertalnlag feeling* mora rurollj to lli? Couth than a majority of th? repre.anlatlv.a from tb? North A? a n mti?f i I the 1? wanly* hl|lilb < i i.greaa I bad advocated the application ?' tha Ml?e< url ronipromi?a to tha frian Mil and had votad agalr-t tha applo atu n of 11<- ordlaau.ia to tha ilrejoa bill, ?> aauae it an* uor'h of that llae For four veara I had been twMtnt rntlntalrf ()ra>t?l aad had aaltlirr V) tad at an election nor be. n a tnamb-r of "angre-a, and had no opportunity of re<vrd;n< my voto up .a theaa eirltlng .|UMtln|i I did But. tberaf<>ro. object to plarlng my verbal declaralioaa upca re- id ( Immediately ad di rated to ,\lr H llm t lb? following at*:? fll?h#to? Citv. ftn. w, ini. Iji?i Ilk! fa aavwrr ta >aarv?f iMiliU, I will uaM Ilia*, ilwnU I ba ?!< ?4 (l|>*ai*r i>f tl.a H . ( H ir^aiaUna. a ill taaafitale tte t n i.i??.eea ?a tba Dtatriet at (.'< iiin.bia. ea r?rrn r>. a, aad a U - Jadl arv, la ta a aiaar r a? thatl be ialiaf.< t ry la )?.iii?lf aad )aar tiianda. I >ni a faj.f . hlalivv r.i a li UaM, aad ' ?? a aaya fcaaa "p|.. ad ta th? aiu??i?a M alarery. and i-h??a ?!.?? t a laafiil a< ahaald ba relieve* lf>m tba r??pa??lb'lrjr afaiaravy a bare tbry liia th? eaaatikaUaaal paaar ta ai I >L It. I as yaara, Ualy, ilna. I>*via H'nai.r. W, J. IkOffN. If I had ba? fi elected I feel ennldeat that I ?h ..il4 ha > e miakll'4 tbaee ' .-eiiai'teea la "I?ah a maiaar aa n> Booth* to niin democrat ?r ?hi< w old hava eog?n'alo?d<t I telaataito l MUtM thini of Kit aa4 Impart 1*1 m?n. ah-. w.uld hava thornwghly lave?t.*a'?d aii.I rep?,r*?4 upon all foi.autatioaai '(aeatioaa, aliliut regard to aectli i.?l or patty btaa I aa* laitrmfatud by a oua.ber of ftcothern aiea to all "f akna I a?l4 that I bad ?ia?ji b-eu pp. <-.J to tba M'tlia. t pnvtao. I war a frlet.d aal opporiar of w.-a-ral a? aad ia nf canvaaa for I ongraaa aa< bv a WHai?< previa* whig if tba laylur aebnol I aaa aallad a S- 11.1 ain man - all' atail tha d'Mtriaea of tna Caaa Mrhi lai.B uttar. with tba eicepifoa af h'a vlaaa a< to tha Ofttiatlt?ll"BBl p..war of m.gre.a to l-||ialata for tba territi.rlaa 1 bat power I hava never doub'-d uogreaa pr averred. But I v>l In favor of I'avlac tba i|<iaatln? ft tha inatitatlm of clavary to b? aattlad hy tba paoplo who mlgbt Inhabit tba tarrttottaa la otbar watda. I waa for noB-lntarfaraaea Hot wbllat thaaa wara iwy vlaaf. and whllit I waa willing to lat tba pwr#|? d-tar tniar'k ? ijoaallon fur thaaiaalva*. iiBdar no otraoavtanraa e aid I for a territorial bill havtag la II pr vlatm taa?tahtlah t ? a Inrtltuttoa efalavarv I hava rf|'>irnj r?> inni nM"<i?n i u-~mei in? pr'iri* aa ?intiec*??ary ltd ueele** I ?h-uld ! ?* n<> objection to ?ee bill ?nh I ? pro?|?t<.n?, preeented to (> l'nyl?r fur hi* ilgnatur*. at the Nortb h? ba* heea r*<a'l?d tan tin* the cn?n?\ir* tnj at the Nnuth ??<p 4 to It I *tated to irr?r?l t'Xitkrri g*ntleni?n that iy mlntt a? act clear a* ta tha coamitutloaal po*ar ti< aboll'h ilarery l? lb* Mitrlct of Colaaibla I ?i- an I le u* If that qnadlon wa* to be a*tia'ed tht* elnter that a report might be mad? an aMa m*. nilttre of l'gal rn-n Mr. Van Burea believed thati mgreea thai power and yet tha S >atti toted ft r htm I fca?e taken tha "p?a gr.aad tbat ("Migrate rb<a'd n?t interfere ?l b tha laatita* tli n of Slavery In tha Dtctrlet of < old table mtboat tha t-onient of the Inhabitant* If Otigraea poaee?e*a tha P'.aer to (b"M*b ilanry In the Dl?ti l?t, aud th? people c n-ent no one rhoald object. Tha <|>ie*tloa of tha power "I t nrjtei" I* judicial aud not a legnialive i(iie?tl< n In writing tbl* M'er I e?m?lited *a error, bat I hare Made no der Inrailon to thrna men la relation to tbe comatitleae, e inapt that tha* bout I M talrly eoretltntad I made n > de darati <a te 1 <i hera nr to Northern niea but abat iball be fully ma'wi*4 by niy rote*. If I ha*e an opporantty bef><re t'oagre** adj< nra* I hare bee* e. ud-teat. and ai; fu'ara 11a duct 'hall piota it I demre to ?ae the Mouaa o g?n lied aad an ready to Tote f r any democrat >1 * it laquitlpg abe brr be lira* lii Ibe N< rib ar the 4>uth ? nbatbar baU fvt or agtlait tha prorUw. Oae thing oar

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