Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 16, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 16, 1860 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1860. PRICE TWO CENTS. SOUTHERN EIGHTS II I?W YORK. Meeting of Merchants, Statesmen, PoHtic'ans, Clergymen, Lawyers and Editors on the State of the Union. Appointment of Three Commissioners to Go to South Carolina. Spwrhf* of Hob. Danifl 8. Difkin*on, Charles OTonor, John Mconaitd Hiram Ketrhnm, kt. ?? kt. A meeting of many of the prominent gentlemen of this etty , merchants and others, wtu? held at ttooflM of a gentleman in Pine street yesterday for the purpose of consultation and counsel with a view to the adoption of such no anirv as would tend to restore peace and bar Biony to our distracted country. The meeting wan held hi a kiitfe room of the new building 32 Pine street, oppo site the office of Mr. lather's, where i; was originally de signed to take place. The apartment was crowded to its utmost capacity. and yet the meeting was excoed.ngly ?elect and c< mparntlvely private in its character, no tier ?on being admitted except the gentlemen to whom the feiluwing note of invitation had been addressed: ? Mew Von*. Dee. 1IL IHtirt. Dim Si u ? The underdgned, deeming it the duty of nil pa triotic citizens, in a crisis like the present, to do what they can to | rovide u vt iy i f lilt from w wlimlrtw w hlrh Ihri ?< n ?a? not to say are already upon ux ? respectfully re.(ue?r you to meet a number of other gentlemen, to whom this circular will be aeni, At the oil ice of Klrhard Lathers, No. S3 I'ine street, ? it Saturday, (he Ihih him . at IwatfS o'dMk, for ooa> sullatioD and mutual counsel, with a view to the ad union of such measured, if any M Iw devised, an will tend to h ?l the pn sent dissensions, and restore our onee happy c >umrv to peatoful and harm<>nl"ua relations. The an.wtrs lo tho en closed letters wtl) be read at the mating. A large number of those who had been invited were present, while from others, whose engagements precluded their attendance, letters explaioining the cause of their absence were received and read to the meeting. The fol lowing is a list of the gentlemen to whom invitations were sent, many of whom were present, and their mimes will accurately refl< el the character of the assemblage:? John J. Cisco, John Kelly. Thomas Klocnmh, Govrmeur ii mb.r, George W. Clint n, K. U. iloriou, Aaron \V?id, Wm. B Clerke, James K Cox, Thomas Tlleston, Isaac F 'U, " " James Brooks, Tims. E Davis, Royal Phelps, Stephen .lihnaon, A. A. Low, John A. Stewart, Kim IU. Courtney, Com. W. P. Levy, Stewart Brown, James E Shaw, Robt. B. Mtntum, llfnrv tlrlnnell, Charles tPCoimr, Janu s T. Brady, Millard Mine re, Eugene Kelly, Robert < >. Olover, Benjamin Nott, James Avlsell, Tlioa. Bacmi, Millard Mlniore, i noa. nacon. Washington Hunt, Edward Doflge, William Kelly, A. B. ??> tty, William B. Astor, John B. lliggln*. Gersrd Ilallock, J. A. Greene, Jr., Chan. t'..tnsM'k, A. C Paige. Era* l us Corning, Judge Alien, Guatavua \\ . Smlib, la*. C. spencer, IK ratio htyuiour, A. B. l onger, G<orge E ft. ild m in, Ceorge Bartlett, V. W. Encs H. S. Randal, Pan'l S. Dickinson, Cailoa Cobb, William Dut.can, Israel T. hatch. W alls sberniat., N hi. Paine, J> eiiua J. Henry, Woorter Sherman Ella* S tliggina, John 1> Pierxoa, Aigerui n NJsrvis, Wm K Ru?se||, Vine II. Ktigsl-y, H orace Hay, O. G. Carter, E .1 Brow ii, Jobn M. Barbour, Wm. iJuer.^H E B. llart, W in. Miner, WWV James D. Morgan, Loienzo Bui rowes, It W llowe, Edwin Croswell, R II Walworth, W I) I'ar-o.i", Augustus Scliell, It. H Alkin. Read. W uson tJ. Hum, D B St. John, Edward ll.lglit. Ertstus Brook-, T B sat lertn watte, J. S Thayer. Uantral Melte, F. S. LaiUiop, W. K. liavemeyei John A. Parker, J. I) .Ion ??, Wm. Redm nd, S. J. Ttidi n, Li.til. WlnUeld Scon. Henry llopkin ?. Gieene C. Bronson, tieorge B Uorr, l.yman Treuualii, G B. ElWQM Waller, 0 II B.uisi l Janx s T. Soulier, t'. K LimUley, Kui us * l'eekhiim, Biuj. L<.dtr, .lames E. Si.aar, ? Gulluu C. V< rplanck.C s Johnson, 1'. B. Sweeney, Sydney E Morse, E. K. Purd.v, Town?end Co?, H. P. Ru-oel, John Van Buren, Jamei, Muur n\ Atuasa.l, Paiker, I. R Buiklcy, W"m. C. Pictersglll, Samuel U. Baticock, James M Brown, 11 K. spauidiug, R. Caldwell, Jolin Potts Browii, J.Boorm'nJohn-iun, George U Sampvon, Saiul. B Caldwell, George W. Hoe, Frederick Hudson, John Allen, Geo. W Hennlngs, Rev T II Taylor, Kev. F. L Hawk' s, Prof. Mitchell, Edwaid II Utllilan, J. Let) eralt, 11 i> Brewer, Andrew Mount, Moees Taylor, Mansfield Lovel!, Htchard S< hell, Benj. It Wiiilur <p, J. W Caanler, .lames Maui r e, Jr., Cliarle- Hoome, Lueius Hopkins. 1' PUW, Miioui in G. Haven, S M L. Barlow, O B vv heeler, s K Butterw >rth, lien. P Gauscvoori, August Belm ml, Win McMurr.iy, J.J R.Mtseiell, I Jf Orand Capers, Emeraou Coieuian, Jolin A I'll. Houi.ia- Roblusou, Gould Hoyl, James W . Bi ? kman,l>aiil K lleinann, Robert Houter C. Augustus l?a\ Is, .tnra S lle.vut, Ed oi N. Y Obsei rer, J. H Itr w.T, Edward I'oojs'i, Hanlel W Teller, Keubeii W libtrs. I>. lievltn, Jamea I'unnett Asr> n N ai.d* r|H>?-l, John c Hamilton, A i. iHewsrt, Martin Van Huren, Ja- Gordon Ben oet'.Wm T. Colein>'if T. W. Ck rke, Hiram Ken hem. It wax n?nrt>' half an h"iir paat ilw appointed t me. when Richard lAih< r?. Ka<i . aacuded the l?>ini>?irary I rum and c*n. d the meeting to order, llo OT MR. HWUf. Gwm ??nt* ? By ihe rctjueat of the OoBDiittM of In' i Lwti'Ti i rttr m call thia Meeting to order. I u' - i I i.i I y nay t<> you how much irratifhd we art* lo mn- m> num 'if the venerable and diatiatfuiahe I Hiat? the enl< r Erlainy tnerchania and t ti- ? ?ubetantlal cltlatMOf our efcrred Mate convened on tbt* orrantoi! You are ?* il'ad together a* national nv-n, irreapeetive oi party, to ? ? u aider a aubject of painful lutenat? the threaten'1"! * a<>iution of oar irloriou* mtriwy K> coal in i* l" tliat fatal period in our country'* biatory iir*in.?' wbi h the afoptieltc pen of tin- latter of mr towlrj wo ?? r aeeily warned ua in hla farewell addreaa. Our l"al?n I u< fallen a prey to *e< I .??nai>-m. and the t.rror* ot civil * ir and <<i fraternal aurdc th.iaton to .Mug" the laud w h Mood, and to eraae ironi the calendar of nation* the land of av prMr aud affection*? the land of lo(* ?? I of ref?ge, and the land pueiwaaii g the high-al clviliia i ?? th great' el rtflirclal d? v lot* ment an l Bat. i > power which have ever bleeeed the proapecta ot coi?ii Internal liberty. Hie atern reulilie* before ua r'?quir" no axagireralion to bring the dagger home to u* T;hvi ar>'. it tp tnie, th<e<' whiee reclctcMWM or i : io ran e deride the efl<>rta of patriotism an ? I m hi earing. and the petaoaed chalice of aectiHtil, laai ?i ft? t i In preaoxt with fatal etl-ct in pruporti n ae the fraternal bead alia) a and anotbea tin- laalady. Would to fJ"?t thai the*1 a rtl^na'a* t ? >r* could al<?< - r fer th'' penalty of tin ir "*n Bg(MMM>M W rights "1 t le N.utli and iluit tlx w wh-> I >v our country a laatMMa u and fi ini lb? ir reciprocal dattae a* ciii* -n- in the *pi it anil letter of the c< net it <itl> >n . could e*ca|>e tli" penult if th> budier law" uoctiiaea. and b perm tied lodew <? the oai tonal riaourc. a iintramiri' led ? nh tectlonal at ? fe and ut?*talu> d with federal mlldeltt) Y<*i ai ecmv n. I w patriot* who can ric- abm i' par'* trainin la, and wl* ->? ??higher law " can render unto C? >ar the thing- that are <?*ar a who can perform your whole d ity to foot I I low cltnei- "I other .-Mica. nnd<T a aacr<-d c>>ra|iact. in ?? apective ot the eflhfl m? ahat'act upm im? "f lh.' g-n *i n meat of colored pcraoB" or of TWi i i n*. ? our philanf uo py b< inr alwaxx limited by fair duty, and yiairg-ie . i ty by ,|<i<iticp It i* ted B"W tlie time t<> diaciaa th? ir>? i lutkaa < t the ?"?.ih "r their right* la 'he I'-rritor i. a * to in*<- i'b agai: ?t th'1 teaclnngt and prariiC'?of tie ?? wh- ee l>a.l faitk and l|tgr<'reivi' xpli il liave |?ro>li?r d 1 1> at degree i.frxa perate-u aa<?g < r South rti Nreth ?* ? i tH< ag tfccii | rr npltanrr \. n to much al ' Waac. e b n trewaeider their ?Vnua j|NthMba* b-en done <i . . ?r |iart witleait rfl >r I . ana tlie Mnilh. hop ''' "4 "? H? ri. ti a tader tH emif'deracy p ij* -.. m -? ? da m-tii ii ? ?? cut of it. We hav?' mat to aek tbem iti a frati-ritAl t t>. pnna* and cnaidcr ttnor da t lea foiiiat part of i . ir Kortharti brathren wh' -e aynii?iiiii' a I. a ? ?l?a)? ' n wilh S'liiiH-m ; iglit? and iv?m ' Northern aggr?wr.i-a eoopri ate with ua in brhiali * Itark r< it" |>fH"tini i ?? gi ity ?'tr c< tuition herttapi ? the roaatituti m? and r< liokr and etlertaaMy pit down th'- t <? 1 upmt ? ,.b thr> tU'iit to dlnde ua. A I rand v .ur induatrial and i hi tnercau eat'-rpriaea arc paraiyi d and we are threat' n< >1 with bankruptcy among the rich and atii\.ii' n among the poor tuir i?ihl>c acfittritif-a and i >? i yato eneariincnta are i'?.k'-d on * th dialt while the |adilic il ion of the l* ilea and of ll <? aatHio ate tn daily peril of dinaoiaii<>n W? pro|> ? ? e?nd a committee to the flntith, to lay our vicwh hat ore their atateeui' u and to ctiiri-aa our nympitihy for I ? r wrorga. ami toae?ur*' tbeai ot our omtmucd o>> op?r?' en and hop-- of ?u?? o?a in a|? M!lly |<rocurta? tirr tli -m that ? qua! ty whli h abatract JaatMe. ae well aa the < "liat I i Una. guarantee to tbem ind tin tr inn mill >n-< W.' wi-'i to awoire them ii"t only of our "Wn lid lilv lo lh<* c n ? tutioa, and oar feeling* to all iwi< of 'ir c.en ?ton country, bat to inapir'- Hem With hop' ihat ? evl.aof nboiiiton have cilaiinat'd. and that a ret irt eeiw of juai tee will mark the future legol itixi <if Ut nullif y inn -tal.y of the N .rth It la pf*'|"?"d to 'end . i ? -own nu>" whnae p>a?itlon, Integrity and hie political evperteaca will do credit to tlMr eon?tltae ir\ aiwl impr'va our Hmithern brethren with th" earn -ti ? - of oar c*> nperatem nod the ?> mdii'-- of ib? b- >d m ' repreaentatlre m. n of New York her- tu a?? m'.i. I I aar.nn repeat i tiat the Onmmitteo of ln% tttiion IH fnl ??ey have ar 'imtHMtexl much good In Hrmcitlir l >r 'In* fw lih.?tr|?Mi? a body <4 men to consider the gr i\ q tKtii before t?? m. initlala the drat . m t ' ? i lh? part ot th- Inipire -Male t<> prev-nt If n ?.? hie a ru |pt la nr national aflkira And It m with at hav? to propria* a gentlMM to pee?,de ..T. r four del rat ?aia wh-we aaiH*..u ripiiiatlim Md,? a-t.i menta caorn lal him to erery lovar uf ?or caiatrv ?, I ?ta Mm peculiarly lo mm a body of national m.-n la the pre??irt national emerrencv | proin.o th,.r-f,?. iia chalrm m t4 this meeting, the H.? <iarl?a fltbn - 4 Applaaee > The aomlaatlno . f Mr. Of.mor aa Chairman, w <? h?;, i 4?iih appla?i?e, which wan renewed aa that g*nnen..n m ne forward and took b >a aeat apnn the Mat rum Meier < F. Oi* Willi am B C1'-I%e and Oliver 0. CWt- r w re ?? "ci ? ImalailH of the maeimg A I- 1 tef .bad been addreaaed by Mr lather* lo Fleary Wourdm Faq. Ci l C <> Metn i ing r i id ?<>i? ?.'h'-i > i ?cut of Otarb-tlvOi r*f<ri*X H> 'At prtavbt urnyal condition of our public affair* ; to which the following it a reply r?o* i. ooruin, eorrn Carolina Charlmtvi.n , Dec 12, 1800. Rkiard Latiikks, Esq , New York ? Mv I ur mk ? Par Ion n o for having delayed no long tin answer to your letter of . dictated ok it was by motives which are to bo respected ami appreciated, ft would have been answered sooner, but wiuie of the par tics tii whom the enclosure was addressed were absent !r< ui tho city when it wax received, and I have only ween theui within tho uiat day or two. Mr. Preuholni is still >n Ccluinbat, and will probably write to you from i hat place. Mr. Mitchell and Mr. Memmtngcr. regarded, as you know, as conservative men. concur with Judge Magiath and in v self that tho counte of South Carolina > uncut now be changed, and that a visit, under the clr cuir.stuncts, of gentli men such an you name, however gi eat the rests ci entertained for thorn by our people, or however highly their mot i von aro to bo appreciated, wi uhl be without influence and utterly useless for tho purposes indicated. Indeed, you must yourself have .ilr? ady seen this, for your letter had hardly been writ tin ?Uu Vermont. by a large majority, refused tore|ical liei "Liberty law*;" and tho discussions in Congress and the tone of the republic** presses cannot fail to have satisfied you how little the South has to expect from any si.cli change of ntiinent as you intorm us is going ou w ith so n:u<h celerity at the North. So far lroin any change favorable to the recognition of tbejust claims of tho south, thoy teed more than ever to ooovinoe our people that there is no hope lor them in the I'nion, and that their only i-afcty is in being matters of their own destiny. The sooner the Not thorn states shall realize this iixed sect luent of the South the I etter, and it i? for the North to decide whether a people, seeking their own safely under the sacred panoply ot their own Mate sovereignty , shall be pei untted to do so peaceably. Out ot the I'mon ? leel it g anil vindicating their own equality ? they will be aa ready to trade and to establish with the Northern States as friendly relations as they will with auy other people, or us have existed between them before; but if war is to be foiced ujion the south to cowls 1 her submission, her condition will be no worse than that which will be ultimately forced u|ton her by republican rule. ScMteiou, therefore, is the fixed detei initiation of tLe people of our Mate, and which cannot now be < hanged. I would make a single remark ui on i.euerai Lix's letter, a copy of which you have been kind enough to send mo. It is impossible to separate Mr. Lincoln's election, although in cnuformiiy with the fottnF of the constitution, from the fact that be accepted and became the candidate of a (tal ly upon a plait i rm of declared hostility to the South, committed agau st the further extension of slavery, by claiming to i xcluue slavery l'rom the Territories, and looking to tho ultimate cniac<ii?tii n of the slaves throughout the south by changes in the constitution, to bo ctfeoted in I art by preventing auy increase of situ e .SUM, thus rendering the constitution, designed for the safety and protection of all, tho smallest and the weakest of the States in the I nion. the instrument ? the iuIsBam< d legal instiumeut ? of our destruction. Mr. PoUc, against his own convic tion*, had to declare that the title of the I'nited States to the "whole of Oregon was unquestioned," b s'ause the convent n n which nominated him so declared it. and, very reluctantly, he was < bilged to bring forward his anti-tariff measures for the same reason. Is it not asking too much of the people of Carolina and the Southern stat- s to shut their eye* to tho great principle^ involved j in the election of Mr Lincoln, and to submit simply be- ! cause the forma of the constitution have been observed? , to lose sight of the platform ot principles and policy * which be accepted, upon which be has been elected, aid , which tM party which elected him will claim that tie ! shall carry outy I am. my doar sir. very respectfully and i truly, your obedient servant, H. (Jol'KlMN. J The follow ing letters were also received and read to the | meeting ? >RoM HON. AMASA J. PaKKKK. Aijmny, l?ec 13 l"i?V) 1 1 regret that 1 cannot meet with you on the loth mst. Consultation should no longer be delayed as to the met* ui es to be adopted by the consei vat ive men of New York in the present cmeigoncy. An addrtss from a committee to the fieople of the South his been suggested? one in the vein ot (ier.eral fix's letter ought certainly to produce an ? llect lint, instead of that, or in addition to it, I think a delegation should be sent from this State lolieorgia, to be present at the Convention about to be held there, to ad drew the Convention and to mmgie with its individual men bers. As to south Carolina nothing can probably be in no with any of success. But perhaps tho epidemic may lie slay ed in its progress westward. If Georgia can be sa\ed. the States lying west ol her are iu much less danger. Kvcn if delaying only can be obtained, a react k n in public opmon at the South may be hope 1 for in t me to prevent a separation. I think the chivalrous teeling of the South w ill revolt at the idea of abandoning us of ti e North In ear effort to rawer the national adrnia strat.on loor years hence, in view of the fact that we have pi ' <il ourselves In helples- minorities at the North in sir uegin g to secure the just rights of the South. A MAS A J. i'AKKKR Hw* jftHiK a. r. paiiii. S? III.MJtAM . liec. 13, W Y<>ur circular requesting in j attendance at a neetioc on the l^th isst. . for eeaau. latin* and mutual counsel with a view to the adoption ot miaau> J, cal culated to restore the Northern and Southern scetHMM of our country to peaceful and harmonious e- I lati< i s." came to my hands tlila day. I regret my Inability t< be pM?ent in person at the contemplated meeting: bat I cordially com ur In its object, aud my ntfntat desire is that measure- may I"' adopted which will "heal the pre aent dim- 1 smis" lietween the Northern and Hot it tier* -tales, and re establish once more "harmonious relations bet wei n them I i an see but one way to attain this de sirable result. The Northern Matis must pro?* to the rilueus of the South satisfactory guaran tee? that they shall in the future ens'.v undisturls-d ail the rights ot per- on and proj>erty, to which tlx-y ace ??lit it li d tilidi r the WUIMon and that tin decisions of the Supreme Court of the t'nited State* in relation to those rights of property, rupee UriK in the Territories, shall l>e n cognized as correct < x|>?it!on* of the constitu te n. aud shall be res|scteil and olievid as such I nder thi se ilec.sions u|u>ii the principles of law adopted there n. it is apparent that the rights in slave properly in the Territories cannot be destroyed or impair ? d by either Cnngref-'onal or Territorial legis lation. The questions g wing out of the aas Tied right of the iwnsrs of slaves In a slave State to carry their sla\> s Willi thi m into the Territories of the l ulled -tales, ami to hold them tin re are merely Judicial ques tions arising under the coast itulioti and when aetlled by the j'ntii ial department ot the federal government, all fur ther ontrovetsv in regard tin' re to sbouht terminate, an1 i virv citHm of the rnttei^tMee. who prvfteae* loyalty to thern stiiutioi o, i tb' I'nion ?hould acquiew-e ins>i> h do tet n.UiatS'ii - "I tie ni fun o( ihefrei- States. If ifc-y j>'r?i?t .n i ? I ' - tftof ni th<- < bugatsms wha h the eonsti' it i* >ti n ?? ? u|? a tie iii, will tiave uo grouiil of cmnplalet against tie ritiseiis of lb- *la\< .-totes, if they should in ik> nauuiiro-' w t |a-rfona their own conetltut tonal i bltgati' ?.? (tut U 't w th-tandiiig tbe just gro inds of I'Riplant wlui-h th slave states laive against tho eiti /? ta ol ih< fii > Msba, I tlunk tho latter c?n und a rem dy for lh< ir grS vaoei * m Un- I'nion. And I iarie stly In j., that ovi i > !?!/ ."tie rHiii n of tho free Mai s, tire "ptetlvo of b i?rty a*?<s-Miions. will lend hia ai I In d? \ isiiig aaraeerts to aecotuallrb this oMrct, and thus to ailj -i tli a'aini<t g s which now disturti th' ? rti'lidly relatsiiis bi-tween thi' North and the ait h itnd mi- r i tin- ii li gr ity of the I num. K.very prot?T men ?ui< ralculated to ?i cure this ri suit w 111 receive My ap priAiU and support. A. C VAh.K. INoM w ??HLV'JT"S HCTT. l>?*HiKT fVr 12, l?flO I liave j??i rweHwd yonr dMpilrb Inviting IM to be ' ii Vf* V<<rk < i Mtnrdajr. I ti"t exprwa to y u the ; (.up |Min and luixIMy * ith whi. h I hivo "b*eM"i| th* ' deplorable Mat* of our ptlMu allnra. At tiaiee It ha? , ?PI ?arrd to me thai nothinif I'M than I'tvlne |?>wrr oan >a?e <mr t i>i"n fr< m MnrtMa, Alar' thirt a nation h'> ( lvi>-r?l by lntvct p- be rent iukI <li?tra< t?d and tin ken Into w.krribM I ragmi'iita bv th? MdHM <>i human I "i - Hiit we mi ft not balk on m ill sili nt a|?thy and d. ?>|*ir lh<- qiK-atlon conetartly force* tUw-lt afwn in j mind what i# to bedonef i? mm m anything in a v. ft iln i-uinii* wlii' h nn|?nda our country* Wt tin ?' kMk the ?tamjir In Iha la<?, and nerve our*. I- en tor the nan I) di*iw(f nf our Mjr,<an? may, W hut ran Ik* d> ?????? It m ?*?w evilt-ol tliat we have n mM I n kill whlrb will compel th<* two i < to c ? n ?? Wither and ?*r+r on a i.ew and friendly undor fliiKliTu or etar th' v oiiirt >? iwrate ami foi in now t at ,< i alitl> r IN' > mwat > "!??? t.t to ?? nie fttiaal H'ttlemvM of the wh<ie aUtor> emiwwtwey, Mmrt the ar.lgert f(< Ml federal |?>iitH-a. rmm cow-ui* <>n both odia and lima k> i<ittn<' f'nton. or e|?e disunion la n vita Hie, with th< l< ti# tram of WW in I < tUanatt i??* which la ??rr !? follow Nw.anthr North au<l Aailh i? br. Mtht to a frh ndl> nnderMMdlng* KlMiaii men in I" th m ? i ion*. animated by puwwfll paaai<?*. will land m tb'' way "I any ju*t (iiayrMlw. But |*tri"t? w ho l<tv<' thrlr wrhob country . inu?t not d?*?rt their |??t W. mnat r gum iilthful to ibe laat We arc hound to Biflko ii"W aid determined < fdirti ao long aa tb>f* la a a i "t hi pttoAitr ii? In the li ly w^rk After much ndicti-n. ii ?rm- torn* that the only r< lot urn rtf otir lit ii:flli n!ti? ? mu?t be f. i.nd III a Natcnal Omv tl 1 1< n ? < .illed in tin- ? ' nai ilun< nai mode and that 'Mir Hi at fKottnf ahonkl hf M? ix-<iir? It. by an a|>fwal to ( ??n/ri-aa ami to ihp lovi'is of the I mm. North tM i^aith. In a ?" ily thiiH'oi itiiiit^d. I < ano<'t but ^ Ik-ro a larn" ma N'rlt* would tlnalh matttr it pri -??ntum a li.ialr . i I'ai'iB ? tin h woiiiii !?<? ratid'-d by ih?' xtann an<l th* p<*o|i|<v In ahatmrr i? di?* at thiH tiin>'. it i* Ti>ry d< H|rabl< t > ha\< Ike c ' |M>ration of th>- mora moiWat*- n*p?blii-an?. who ar'-rmitylo a?crit'rf? th' ir |?rty to aar* tin* roiiatry Th? ri' arr m MM* ?i:rb. aad I truat that tho ihioiIkt wil htrwi? <1?llv It tnty br a lv.-ihl' to rail a Mato I ' ll v< i.? ,???! . in th?- flint li'iiMM*. to fltt axpfxai'in t'l th?> natlmiiu fffitwx of N * York, and na watHiial 4f*ir* to |T? nrvi' anil i io rlidi ih.- I'nloa of tho Mtal<f ""bnuld " i h a r< nvi i ti<>n ?>.? . ai|".! . I will andaan r to be therr. I wilt- thifi in b??t< anM will only add tha' in whatever ?Maatirp* yon nay ai'ojit t?i re?. no our namtry DM rum jou luay rely on mt ainrer> and Oordial aupi>irt. WAMIl Vt.Tt >N ill \ r. mow in j. v t? l ttiwaa. II < f-4l?>wtn* wa- -ent to !Nr !*?<? k? ? N?:w Vom.IVc. Ii, !???. Fa??n a n*i?i*a. ?>T - tin Dul -i?? W ill yir?i ha%-e (he foodn<<?lt to rxplala to the tftnltiaon who may aa"-mhU' at th" off Ire "f Mr lalb? K to-dai that er^nt- hey<?d my control will n"i jieini'i m? to b-' iir< nt m |? r?in. though I csrur with Ho mix art and aoiil tn all ilwlr pu/aiib' d?-aire? and "floitr. I am -ony to add that privato Mttera wlueh have JmA rtKrhed rm from tour of the Dwtkin itHru m*tf me that disunion ia tnentublo You ra, very nuNim l hawkr ou ii or m?ai w? ' pon taking th^ chair Mr. O'Co*"* raid ? I amrereii regret that it waa not yr.ur pleamre t?. tiata ? ( ? '^xt *onie >ith?r irrritleman to jtreaido at th,n? IM it m uti|??rt?Hi ibat ?< M bibit to the public mind weewl<>u to the rights of that section of our people who have given bo cause of exclte ineut. * Lo have done nothing to euuder the tiee of aflectiili which the [Hjoplo of llioee t inted Stated < t ee held w gelbor. 1 should rather, much rather, t!)i' this meeting could be pros ded over by some gentle nn, MiLaikable, if you please, for uot having hitU -ii ? manili Hied any interest in this question, or remarkable, like Set ator JiickBon of Connecticut, who but yesterdiv, tt< J ping forward from the ranks of the so called repub lican puity . and placing himself before tins country ait a tiue l.euried American, devoted to conciliation, to har mony, to holding ?;s together, to perpetuating our inte rests and our I'nion, proclaimed in the Senate of the Lnited States the dictrine of peace, and niado a manly ? flort in Ills hi?h place, separating himself, us I ray, fiom Uioeo who wer? at hast tospected. ami with whom he had been us ?< t ibt< d, made an i flort worth) of the ? aus<- aiitl likely to tie beiii ii< lal in its influence. (Applause.) 1 have no other i Iiji cliou to appear here, save that my aiipeornnce iu?ii< at. s the pretence of uo n? w champion for V n >???>. no in w vindicator of concord, no new foe of causes of irrita tion and d?s< nsion. but is tli'- mere indn ator ? permit me to say it ? that those who have been always faithful are faithful (till. (Applause.) From theso peisoual re n.uiks permit me to pu.-s for u mi mei.t to the considera t u n ol the questions that have brought us together Ocn tU men, from a pteilion of eutiro s. elusion from politn al in terms and ponltc airir*, 1 have had o. < a*mn. not tor a week , a nn 'Mil, or a single year, but for a nuiutier of yeait, to peruse with gnat attention the history of the times presented to us by the action of political parties; and 1 have seen, * as I conceive, during a pi i it d of tome yrais duration, a lendem y in poliln al actiou that. in my judgment, lecettarily led, as an unavoidable consequence, to a die solution oi this I'nion. Political parties should never be divided upon "moral question*." as they are called. In the phra.Mi "moral" I include iho whole ciicle of religious i pinion. And political putties can never be beneiicial ly toimed in a free Stale, founded upon the odium aud detestation in which one |mrty is required to hold the life, walk and con vet tat un and morals, or the religious < pinions ol another. (Applause.) It hence follows that when politicians seeking for tome Ism e upon which to di vide t he community, select as their point, as their bun nor, "Odium against Negro Slavery," tli v select an is ue which neeissarily lem't soouei oi lat i a dissolution of the I'mou. It w;.s ? and uo triui philosophy ci Id have been uttered, and I tlml no fault with the expression? It wnt necessarily an "irrepressible conflict, " in which i ne parly or the other must bo absolutely sub dued, to that it could no louger sustain, in any -degroe, the c< nlest w ith the other. I do not think It was an "ir repnssible conflict" lu any of the senses in which the tei ni liss lteen use?l, or in the way in which it was un ! dershi .i by those who uttered it . but it was nec .'ssnrily I an Irrepressible conflict. I cannot Imagine it to be possi ble thai two distinct nation- ? and ouch of these Stat' t is, , tor cei Ui in I'oliiUal purpost s. and all the purposes of this , question, distbict nations ? that two distinct nations i an live together in one civil government, each entertaining | un utt< r detestation o( the life aud morals of the otfc.T. And |4'im.t uie to say in this connection that when I tpeukol iialloiit 1 am uot to be understood uo n fitting ' to the eflicltve |iditicol majority. The eifective political ' majority of a State in this I'nion t|ieak the voice of ihe Mate. 1 hey are a nation: the tniuority are a nullity , aud ! they have no voice or pow? r. It hence follows tlut when I Ilf utt>r i.vUitatiou v?f the life and mora is of the jicople of faiolin* Lave made the basis of a political party la New Yoik, and that |>olitical |>ariy acquire the ascand* n j CJ In the | ^ >! it ical atlaii s oi the government, these two States cannot live t?gi ther, except in ihe reintloti of op. prt ttor snd opprcwed. (Applause.) The more iiowenul will irauipleon the weaker, it may ll?pil on the weaker according to some writi. n constitution, so that there v\ dl be no direct violation of it* letter. 'It may trample upon it in a way .justifiable by some course of argument at ?vn forms bio to law, but it will trample upon the weaker jilt r all. 1 here can be uo political society between those whise |?oluioal wishes in this rcs|*ct cannot l?o repre sented in ihe government. There can be no n>lation be tween the hater and the detected, except the relation of opi ressi r and oppressed. (Appluuse.) It is vain to *ny, ?We will give you actual laws. It is vain to t.i.v, ''Con gress can i*ss no laws to iniure the southern States." It is uot by htigati'O. it is not by legislation that the oppr* ssion w ill be ciucted. It is l?jf too uusem and potent il.tiuence of the Ixecutive department o| the go vt rimei.t. and tint influence controls the whole an I nu st lead to opprt stion of the Ninth it it is pertUiMil to pats into the hsni.s oi those who liale them for tin love of Cod. (Applai sc.) And. genth Bon. whilst I de plore s< cession at much as un;. man w)h> breathes, whilst I d< piore secession as fraught with the greatest evils. I have Mokedupou It as au inevitable e\ eul vv henov or those wLo detest the life and conveisai on ol the peo|tl ; of the Sooth acquire the (silitic.'l control oi the central government at Washington. (Applause.) Nut ! a? a thing -tliat musi happen on the itisiant, but which must pretty soon foil' w. It is the natural, the ll< ccssary, the inevitable o nt! qu< nee; lUd ulthnutli I may olslike |Mrt|eulur individuals at the South, and believe that th< y ate influenced by ev il motive* mid take ad van- I tage ot the present slate of things for the porotte of sd vswiL.' private ends a*4 aims 1 eamtot rttid fault wi'h . the south a" n unit I look U|*>n the souih as a un.', and 0|Min the North ns a unit. I do not take account <t men .it the South who are influenod by bud motives, i do not take urronnt <>t the men at the North who are In limned by* hud or good motives T look up n the touth us that itfective tiuoorlty which re presents the feelii an and intertsts ol the South, and I U* k upon the North ?s it is represented by that eflbi t ive ms;iirity which s|H uks the vutce o( ihe North A^l, looking st th< m in thm way, I see that there is an inmc. rtout. ntretsity, if the South cannot otherwise protl ;. it?M if uiitlnst the aggressive spirit of th?' (forth, a real no ? its, t> for this act oi secession. (Kami upfiUus*.) Now. Is Ihi ?e?esa!oo to come* Weak men seem to feor it m ni< liad m<n undoubtedly desire it. The Poiitli in foil, lam sire, of men wbo sre unvious to pfovein it I s>n sure that tbere are numerous well known se? <?siou U?dirs who I ad for the purp'?e of l<-ading nrtglit . and lead ing m the . nd, if tin y can. the toiilt tude who follow tbrie iih the Wildonx-S of doubt and ditti iy into the pi ? nosed land of I 'nion and frsternity (Api'lause. i I deem utterly unworthy the oitaervatioii thai the Mouth has of fended. Asa uini it ha* not oivuded (lumi ?ppUn-c. ) As a unit It lias only struggled to sustain Noelf against the rapidlv accuiiiulating majority of tle>^e wh" Isild thet.i mid their dearest institutions in such a reisrd that the destruction of those interests and the whole cotinti y was neceeeary. Therefore I ?iiv that there i no fault u the South, as a whole, and it has noibhi.' to stone fo ' Applause.) I/-t ut look. then, t" tli tl And I H-k what are we to ?nj oti' Wh; , n m hi; elf ? native nt tho \? nh V at. ee*tota came from * (MBit/ tot) iItci. nearer Mm ' llitl Ibt eoutr r> ' I ?. I i. in ,i ch. <1 "llt? 'North IB ? 1 h <? ljr ? frh t.d. I Ium" in- crr'^i" r '- ? ? ? , t. i 1 !.m c n- in tore*'* p* I ?? < al or otlwrwtaw in tin itli. ?ti f. ?<! o mc n ph\?icail r.ioetitntion thai would n<>t }*rmttme to live Ave 4yiw further Couth than the oou&tr? .n . 1 ? h I am placed. *o 1 can have n<< per**. I ioter<?t*. imh be ?i ?|m < ?.-?l of no pot,. i,ai inten ?'h, or ouifht nut Ht U-hkI id (< Dli't JoMlM to l? MM<t?4 ?( |*-r?"D ?1 m> ?n when | ? ay that the Buolfc, ?praklttg Of it af ? tinll, a* one auh ji et, ur one portion fit ttki? country, !i - tot tiTvadc4( md line only rtruml.-d for It* life to k <??*) ? ita In ??1 above the ru|>ldly advam Itijr wuiera <>( th:* hi .< k m+mt nl>olitl<mlvm . ?hnb threaten* t>? drown it. plat no.) Fo mt.< Ii aa !<? the Mouth. Now, .1* to tin VnrttL CentkavB, do 1 Hand hare toalundi r It r Not at aft. All my fir ule all m? aflhetait#, Hllmy Ititec-t* .?re h. r?? my buth wn? lii the N< rth. and my grow1 ahall be In tho North, l i t it iimn raapect nil- or inUdt nt) to Hwlliirih, < r of jrolnr rap in hand. aneaklnff . to ?i*-k fnv r of any d'-rnpinu fr< m the Nwth. I i maud tvihr -*. and we | it* oi iti'1 n> thit'g fr< m it But let Me aajr, aa t<< the N >ih. that ] ban do fear of the dleh'dMM yMltiriM <?! th- i North? there ure diatmeat follt'i nut evarjrwlier. I litvc M fear of th"M who art* 'letjoin ti >tod I tin !? id. re at tin North. Thero la no aowrce n< ? I ? ver In the North except the honoet ror?< K-ntkn- mi*- I take ef the hntieet eooimtNlt I'M* people ? "f tlf Worth, who have drat. k into tlnur boeome Mil* droadfiil error 'hatitia i their duty bet. r. (Jodand mnn. according to wrM i li"in>r, f Mt:*h amt and to Iwwfli apoa it*' iritt w 'if -:*v?rv np> n wIih h th> proeporttv of the S'Hth and lie jM-niia tot cv ' f thi? I'tiion n tta iroaont form .tap-ad . Ap plet *e ) 1 here are no ewiiron to tht" t'nion extent the b< ?!)' ?t Ort'ioti*. enr.acwtitM ? pon|i|o ot tie North. wlw?- ?. tloii M to h* fiarod. I*<t 'i* drawr m m thai <"ll**t. and Uiat Itintant thie diatwStn* m.a rha \ a rontrovi i ?\ oiMia, and our l'Btoa r?t.?? tta Tooth. and ^^aarabefora tie a*an ni^titut m d''iirn<?t to perpatalty and t? b ? ?a imtoWl millt< ti? for t!n:<>ld agra < *PI? lanaa.) N"W, i< ntletnon. wharo ie o?ir liO)? Why. it ie in han inc a ItMIe apare of to k?k ahout n* b? ia at th< North? in havirc a llttla tini" to romct <air ern ra ??d In withdraw politir.ii |>ower fN? th"* who aroold i ai- it .hetri rtivi ly lliero n tm oiIm r mean* th' P- a no other remedy. The .(iif-t'on atbie t in wrohtn aa htUe ttmo Can we Indree the Ninth to b ''ev tn our rontnimd ltdeli'y, to ho||o%-e in tha praet rahlllt\ of ac c? mplt-h na our bn)#a. and iliat time bartnrmy may he reatored, and aorh a ?tato of think'" nented hjr tha way of proper tfiairantoee w,ll iendor tl.e S<nth eafe within the fhlnnr Tliat a th>' q'io?ta>n, N< w iitidouhtedly ? \ oteo C"?nlnir fr"m tha city ?>t New York will ha ror'ynir?t a* th<" voieo of a fn. nd. r?a her* titer'- wae not otilv an Iff i ttra M^nrit) . hut a nuKhty ina>Tity m favor of doinn entire inetiro m tha xawth. and in k< oping atM of p..w. r thi? itaii|(or"i? party whi oo Brn Bdront t? pow or ? tho very tuuv ?t I" advi nt t" powi r? h?a shaken ?atr r? public in Ita Nllh tu n- t an w.- obtain a littlo ttmi** I Obd.-rpland tho |.rop? ultlna M i hat thla city nhall ipt" a) to th< ""ttth foi titn> Indree th? tn. If poaaihle, to May th ir hiad . nnd ? t.dnre, if iMwlhle, dat (T'-ra f?'ra'tloie. Thi" r.ort.iln ly. I think they niight to d" ih'r ' ara a M many ?aiofnard? for public Hhartf In o?tr oooeth ti.ti"ii Iborenre a (Trent many a^ioifmrila for th< r-kht <f oyftrcaaad Hato* and aMhtntrarad interoata n <>ttr i *? at it ut ii n and a raaort tn aoma > no of thfaa . it our pi-"pl" and our ie|.re rntativia ta Oifi|rr.-?a won VI aarnoftlv unite, n itht give to otir frlati>!? nt the Hulh n?*.|iati ?a that |Kdltiral power CJintKit and will not tie w klded, t ? > ?> hy the HlmilTt, of > m eutivo |?tr< ti?v<> to their -le. ? tri.rtMti ^n?!. (rentlemiO ?Ut we nfl.ud them kuai iti u??r I tbitk we onn (Appi?uaa ) in tin1 t''l plat', we have Bothmf to feat. In m\ i id* n<tl. txrij-t |r>Bi hom^t n?n aa I b?\- >ml before, who have t>eaB mialed and deeeaed? who have be? II ml*le<] and derehred in a Tery ar'-at d- ar. not hy p>4iti? ara, hat by perwna iu "th- r wulka of ilfr ? hy nmial laet.irera and by nuBhtet a of th* thwp?-l. w iio h.M etitarlalm ? ? V ry I' ?i?o|y . I arn w ill'ua to *ay? mi* 1 ak< n vN wa u|* ii thia avt jert takea i |i. i? i tia, a. tmd< r

tb?" fcitteiaa of neit. moat ard from very Impratw r i "ti dait ?e> n?n nnlij manif* *tod on the part >i ^irithi-rii mm n aid out of <-a gr <r?. Y' ii all remawih. th <t in th .ohlirated ami recent amvtaa between Kri inont and Itiicliat an, whin tha idwtiial mattor wa* hofi^e Uv it wat *aid in the ii.wtpa iora. I i ? ti' t with m.hetaatial Ir'ttb, tha' tl.r.o 1k? \>i d iioip ta wore jaan i-(f <mt their ibnndera af.i aal ?i.-,\rr * Kar* tallli ? aVo| U?o penpte .n the nam- "f itn liotl ahvB iw> wgfihij^U W five Uwif aimoal tQurk to the accomplishment of tho object then in view ? the election of an anu slavery Executive. (ientlemen, you will not certainly have failed to observe that during Ih ? canvass thai ?u have just passed through tho pulpit w 13 almost silent upon the subject. Tho persons who spoko from the pulpit were no lew in number that tl?<-y luv ? attained a nuwt unenviable notoriety , and will piobubly be remembered for a century at least for th distinctive position In which they placd ibemMltrw, whilst the pulpit generally was. as it should generally Im u|m>u such subjects, silent Now that was a threat itn provi meut. H showed that a disisisiliou to recousidcr the subject had entered the minds of good men at the North. It ahowed that those who wnreexeited by ini prcper arts, by arts of violence, violent s|ieoches, ton feeling Of hostility to the South had begun to consider their duty? had begun the study of tho volume from whiili they had taken their doctrines, and had b< gun 1 ? learn that It wns by no means so clear tliut a douthernei should be puuisbed in this world imd be necessarily con signed to perdition in the next. 1 sny the pulpit was silent. But the pulpit has improved upon its silence I trust a million have already read, and luillioiis more will reiiil. throughout the North, the sermon ol the ltev Mr. Van lyko {Applause), delivered 011 Sunday last, where, mot wisely, certainly, frota the attitude iu wha h he stisid, In all respects most justly and unexcep tutiably ignoring all mere wordly philosophy, Ignoring all d< mitibtion ol uieu or parties, iu church, 111 State, in (sdilics or elsewhere, and placing himself upou that whirh is the single guide to faith and doctrine in the judgment and tlxed opinions 01 that gloat sect wbUn he represents ? th ilomi riant snt (the I'resbytei ian) throughout all the North ? the lloly Scriptures of AH11 ghty i>od. He showed that the people of the South, if ih. ml |s>rformed th ir dutits in th?lr stations a: w .m1 . t the North iuoui s, lived alike as truthfully, h .> aud <-.>i im.ibte to tli ? precepts of Almighty tiod. and of earthly morality as tho bist no u ut th< North (Applause.) J irst, tliou. gentle Ultn.we have shewn whatr We huve shown that tin; pni ty whirh once made itself active to a dung. Tom etnl (I grant tr?m pure motives) , tlrst it opisiecd, next it ' Iibi god its tone ( n full consideration: and. I ask you, is there 1 ot hope that ? e shall live to leai n throughout lh< e Nrrthein stalis that our duty is to correct our own jiersrnal vlcts, to reform our own minds and our own tnoialf ? to be ourselves good and kind Christians, lovitg and alii cl lonate fellow citizens, and if we needs must tnke C" gtiizai re of the faults and errors of other na lions, and send the firebrand of incendiary doe u men to whet ewer an Uud Ho missionary daring enough to go, let us setect th* h< uitwn in tur distant lands, and not undi r take to dencunre as heathen* and sinners our own esu niable felli vv citizosfl* applause ) This, gentlemen, presents favoiablu ?fmpt< ins. It shows that there Is a tend* ncy 111 the Nw iheru miud to correi t itself, to rec.'u sidrr its UK'gne nt . and to at t more kindly and moie eha ritably b wan s the people of the South. Well, gentlemen, thiro is .1 power at Washington can save the people of the South. If they will but flrinly unite and rrs< lve to protect Ihel^ulli. I meau iu the Senate of the I uitrd Stat**, w here the South has a strong voice, and where many frem the V'tth i?ro ready to su tain and support her. And as to ihe more distant future as it rtspr, Is guaranties ami dual protection to the South, why let us, iu tiod's name, if no other remedy can l? bad, SM down In a national convention and add one see lw>n to our constitution. I would not alter one word of it. (Applause.) I am nguin.-t altering of constitutions, either of the tulon or of the States, that were pdopied In times that tried men's souls ? at a time when the fathers of this republk under the guidance of Almighty Provident,-'.1 were laying the foundations of the tir^t grtat free Slat-' that ever ex isted. (Appl-mst ) 1 believe Divine wisdom pre sididover those events and the judgmi nt-< that w< re pronnutictd oh to w were the lund.11111 ntal laws at tin ck*e of that contest. 1 believe that every step wherein we Lave departed fi < m the fundamental law.- <d that day was a mistake, and that If there be any errors existing at this tune 111 our practice, political or otUenvi-e. the only tfl'.cicnt cur<" for them i- to go bin k to the plat fotm uj* n which our faiheisstiNid ? (loud applause)? and return to the glorious rule* and principles written fo, |s sterity by tli< se w ho fuitnded the republic. Therefor gentlemen, I would not have a new constitution, an I <>blit< rate that gr< at instrument, sain titled by the name of Gtorge Washington, I'nsidetit. (Applause.) I would not say to the pro-enl generation or to lawterity that we could improve tt by altering one single word or pro vision of it. (App'ause.) 1 would be w illing to add ? lor we luive c< niini ritators on the most s.o rod thing) ? I would be willing to add a provision for Ihe pur|>oso of removing disputes by way of cartying out aud more completely anJ extclly cxerutiug the things that are in it. Now, we are told by ih highfst at thorny . by tliat whieb we are all. I trust, wil ling to bow to? the Supreme Court of the I nited Stat s ? that the IVclar.itjin of Inde|? ndence and the constitution id the l?nil?4 .-talcs were made by and lor the free white Caucus s ia? 'rare inhabit i g the*"- I'mted st it.x. (Ap pliiu?r.) And T would add a provision to the constitution 1 (or the pur|? -e r<?\ Inriug those who ntle 1 wise w.ii not hi ? that principle, sna that would giianu t< e e n plcte i<t< t' cti< n to the jM-.ple of the South. (Applai so.) I will n' t say precisely in what form that would b H'Idi d 1 wffl not say it,U"i be au-e 1 have u ?? duly and ii.lly reflected on it aud aiu not prepared t>> say it but it may a* well b" left foi gr<uter men than 1 to have t\ie honor of puttiug it In fotm, and sugg? sting the way in which it should b- adopt <d N w , gentlemen, there is no inhumanity, tie !? i? no sclflabne. a, there Is nothing tliat men can Uud fault w ith in lay <n;. down the rule that America was made lor a free w li te (Sucassian race and ila drvelopeiuetit. We but follow the judgment of Almighty Gi?l when we sav '? imerim for the t ni,.- wsian, Al'ie .1 i": the negro, who was bom In it, who is adaptoi to its 1 1 unite, sad Dm 111 a pbysical at Jiast, < an Inst llour ish (Api>isuse ? Why, if We et-UblMh ihe principle that this is a Ire" whl6 rep tdic. and not the home lor the tree bla< k man a^il the free black luan has in h ls nature uiel const Itn tliW?ra|M. ;tv ol be. elevated to power, aud ol belli, civ illre.i, (1ir!?t.aniz?sl what a in,?ht> emplri 01 l'ro? snl I,' b trn'-d . independent, powerful men you will have m Africa w ithln a century or two! And if tbev are tit for ?h? y can <ni'-'V and sustain sell -government, that is the way iu which benevolence, whs h turns away frem tbe while man and a<insat elevating the Ida- k man <an have Its full gratiflratino. And if the bla<lt tmn of the South shall one la> attain their lll?erty it will be when butnlrrds ot millaair 01 enlighlaaa I t in i-tlau. civ 1 liaed black men , In the lull rmovment of the blessing. that we n> w have, shall |ie?pio the plain- ami lulls of Aft a ? when thai continent -hall have its cities, itsctji t Mec '.- IILIII- and navies? while the xsithei 11 Stat' , ihi i . < 0 Mil ol ged totustain an unequal Cot tlnt deli er i rtl> to th lee lotnol tli'-ir native regsm th * t'laek avi within thoii borders. And thus, it natee-1 it " w thm the scte ne of Almighty Providence, a? lh?s- i -iics 11 |.< think. t > elevate tills black rice, |?ople will tK- elevated by their own u ,'tr? rie'iitality, .ind i> a climate loeat oong< nial to their ? ? 1 -tiiut < ti. im nt aland ph\ - cal. ??entlsmen, 1 liav ah suiiy kept you too lotg Tbis. to b>' sure, is a grei t m.bji rt . and I alwat s teel, when I speuk upon it. I ' mi. st e llier sa> alt' getl er too little or weary the |<alicii. ot thofii who max be obbgeil tbro'igli osirtesy to lioten I have done, have met to assut ?* are tbetr friemla. We have met to pr ^< nt to tliem, m j the -tteii.e-t (ocm in our |siwer, the as?nr nee id 'Sir I c?ni>nucd act on in their favor, aid to c<Hirert rar 1 ; measures a- mat t<> su?v ng tlw prog re-- ot [ that Justifiable d ?com<nl I uisist m?si calling it s-v | f Apfdaeae.) To >l?? ihe nfllr loai Ivn. mm I actum ot u.siiti .li i' itisooiiletil until we shall lav* had an ?|>f<ortii iitv ?>f rh.inanir llie exstlng stale of things, and relmv ttig the south from 'lie present |msils n of Thai ts to >ay . ? )?' ty aim believes it a duty to pn|>|<ri..s an I eri sb out >-lavi>ry . Iielng In |*si?ess'oti of |m>1 tical fsiw r as it r<s|set- the centinl government, we limy not be able t'i control that part) in |?rt|colar .-tato, >nt within a vety short permd I aiiieerely la-liivswe shall be nti|> and I tri st we shall 'at aty the South of thst tact, to hurl that party from power and by united action pre vent its power of ni'schief iu the uiU-rvnl (loud ap ulatiae. ) lit* ji m\ % fix iiifn ' >muawi*<Miru file* ? ? -Mr ( lia.i ii nr ? ' 1 fi* > I'M rt of lhiJ BwMMg IM !>??? ii -i*i< ii H ia to im wtotb^r ewne wwire me> n- ?t l? dmimt to ?rr>?l haaty <*< <1 iBMBaMMBt** action .n Hi" Pmitfc, t>i>t <1 %?? r.m cai-ult ti*itb?r i"r ? r?Hf? lb# i fTNraitrt- ll ha- N* u proj**!-*! thai a MWR>1II atxnld b? ayfitiiN In In Ik* NuMll In M|Mrtiilii" With l?'.?ilil? 1MB Ibw !ll M'lMrd III lilt" BBMlMB. |t lot ? iM<*id tlat I h. an >111 of -?.iilh l'ar"li:ia Can br iti flurtiorn r?l nil. but It b"M?'v??1 I lint iha action nt ll. i lh? r Mat** inai Youbaw "talod. Mr. I'ltolrn .1 lb' l? l? a !??!)' irt On?MTYativr ui' 11 at Ibi' Xmlh wl o tim\ bo rifrf-l'iiil HV l?nw by i>tm(fl?IMrfi|i|i'?l< ?ix' d nt ?? fur a? pon-ihlo all lb' i|iK>?tliio? whr'i uv Hibubli I lo iTmJt or lmtal*<>n, I" r*a< h tbal rfi-i rv.t I I v * My nt tin n I tlirrffic- i??? lh?l a wlliillwi 1 ? nti 'l by lb" I bmr lo ptr-ont an ,vldr??? ?inl ro-"lu 1 no?. 1 it hi' thought and fitch otb??r n cinuiwi tlalloaa a* ma\ l>? itMrd to lb* firo?<nt flrlrta, Ilii' mill mil ?w agrnd to. and tin1 ( Ii. ir itpfmnli 'I Hi following men to roo?tltnt?> mmlNni ? Jnbn A. W* Wilaoofj Hunt. Mnf|* F Haldnlu Qwtim W MMttb, iipr.inl liallork l"hn M lUrhmir Fi!w in t>??*all, Thutiiar W Clarki ^plirg P Rvi i, Uiwa T. Ci?iiifr Jaw** W. Mimii Hum I .1 TM*, W altr Miotman, Han|. Jfott John H Browi-r. Jofcft I* O'Mtllvaa, H aa P. HlfRlM. lohn McK"?*i. AlurtM I* 4arvif Wm. II. In|ilti<i4ll. I'oyal rh?lpa, C A nana. tin nmn W I, mil"*. M?-*nrl Bri'*n. Hut, Job* Mi Kr<m thru roac Ui4 mldroon-i tin1 mca' Ir / at hum k?gtb. M? ?aai<l. I know not how far 11 ? pri'Mwil by tbla < .minim*' to From ib.' rrmaik IM<? by I? in If ami by the gci Mi-roan ?rb-i la- 1 I ?uppi'** tb?t tb* wMrw M ui' niii-i for tbriiHitb I will -I <nk 1 ' nkly I ha** I', in In V??liiM%flB Mvoral tttn? ^ within I hi la?t thrr* or l"Or wi?ek!". f?a* MtMM ta fort- III" rk i iiim that If II IWtlM III tli?* rfcotc o( Mr Mr.' "IB. II at tlita l 11 ui waa at an and Ymt Btafr bar* ? bacMcd that I l'?k ti" part in th* pr.htu?l ?'*tri|ri:?n I In li'M <1 (I II If I iMtf that il?" lari' i -ti |iuMi'ly. It frniM bo ?' |i|*a<'il tbal f bail fmlitiral oh(^? i? to iirn nintr. .lid I r lumntin at?"'l tlmt nii 'ly 1.. ?> t ray frtpt?li> I II ni aatlaiti'd tic* 1 hat th# I nn'0 la at .n riid (Cria? of Wo, iio frmn aH purl* ' I Ibr MB.) 1)M |h,Titl?Tni,ii brnrinr. (A taiw, "lltlf Ibr nllrriMr, M") My i*mn tn mrn nta* l>ajlr?r bi?* wMii I ataff lujr nmivirtion I hpr that 1 n.'ijr ho wroBK. I in|i\?r'",d *Wh a "i iitkorB ?? ink tnaa In WnauiBirt"n. and 1 an pralrd to h.m n<d to atir out of th* t'nKiti In ennarfirBro of tb> flwtlori of Mr. I m- oln. I. "Ho bar hen ?,r<|i'?1 und-r iIk* t.oi it m i- ?? why not pil> mll and h ll- vi ??i lo rorn-it lb?* piihlh ofnik'n ?>f ?hi' >oitb' Tkt iin*wi'r wa?. (Kir twa f't loovmn i? I* r ii,*?< Mr. I .it. .in b?? lx ? I, . 1. ( ; ? . 1 undrt tli*' ? i?i?t itnti<m I " k t' Ibo |?.ft Vor the liirl Ituhtylirr yrar? fm barr lm 1 aufbt Ui Wl^rr tbal at iho Nmib w -n ? 1 , ?k-?il Iti'i m na! ri ndiii-t Vmir pr>?ai ? and your i"il BHD MT> ikuMt rwl 1* and TM r??? ili 1 lari'd that *lav<rT iihall t" M furlhor Thai Um al IMI Uk?u 1 be Mb bUvwc4 by Uk wb dilution We are ^Gbnquored people. It is not possible for cs to ii> <? In partnership wh< n such deuuncUtitui in poured upon u? Ihe work to be done id lobe dou>' Li re iu the Noith (Applause.) There in uo salvation for Uf iiul< He u blow ih struck in the North. (Applause. t You, Mr (1.; it man, have adverted Jo Que symptom of ibange that hus been exhibited iu the pulpit. Til ' next >> m| ti m that I would point to is the recent election ia FoaUB. (App'ausi .) Another is the r. cent ho ???ch of tbe s uator tr< in Connecticut, to whrh allusion b i* been mad*1 I'.cple to day do not believe that we are in dan ger. lA't m> make a prophesy Within tbe next thirt> days I belli ve that N'?th tUrolina will be out of the 1'iii' n, ai d by the 4th of March the cotton States will tolk w. ( Voioe? ? "") But uo force will b<' w l t< wants the Koiith- ( Applause.) The first offensive bl< w will bo tb'' commencement of civil war. (Ap plat se.) Mr. McKcon recommended, on tbe part of the Nirtb, a njxal of the l' Liberty hUI>, the r?c? gintiou of equal rights Iu tbe eommon Ter ritoiiid, aid tb>' frank udinmioii of the question of prt.pi rty in slav ? , und If that were not done he de l ifted tbe disastrous consequences wbleb would follow to tin Nortln in Matis. I bi lieve, h? ituid in oouclusum, vv are ju."t ? peuliig u great scene, tbe end of which uo man tan tell. 1 therefore appeal to every mail to forbear I b< In ve th" mafK of the republican party . which ha* th" i ontrol of tbe destinies of the country. mean to do ri?ht If tbi y i un see the right. I'pon them rests the responsi bility We have a minor i>u.r't to perform Our duty is to tell them what we really believe and let th m art a. ibi j di i m b? st. I do not believe thai the great Stat ? of Nt w York, whii h is indeed a concentration of the whole p< wi r oi the I'nion. which owes its pom lit n to th ? Union, w ill be false to Its recollect Ions of the past and tliat she will not plunge into the yawning nbjss, where she will be forever din med to infamy , dishonor and (I fear; cud n'fs tyrant.y. (loud applause.) HI'KKi It OK tU.NIK! S. DICKIXsOJt. Hon. IUmki s. Iiii'Ki.Nao.v was the aext -t* idtor. H ? Niii' ? I am here, Mr. President, without intending to t?k? part in this meeting, nivitetl Hut alilioii^h I have little faith in anything that can lie do* at this m mint, 1 would not stay away front a ma ting call I > ? liis has been, itli'l looking to tw Ii great tad Tie* Ik i tij? cts. I would not st.i> away ii I hoi l-*st bo[ that anythlug could lie no ompHshed 1 n.< . . n tli in w ti way upcii thu?eub><t Mr Cb.i.. ui ui"i. thai j what 1 have wild before till, gh a bug ?'? urn# of year- , I have seen I lie seed planted ? I have |m? tbe gruint ? ul I I valid which received the Net- 1 hav. -cell the o ih<otup in rank, '.usurious growth ai.d oversha-low Ii whole liii.d, and i' has ilnatiy prxuui nd its cop of ten i bly poisonous fruit. Hut lei all who would know my * tine tits. tead the record ot a extended public life. We are UJ? n |ieriUius tun s. iu 1 it bin nil it the duty uf every patriot ? every individu.i| who lovi n Ins eouutry ? to put forth every energy within his power, for the purpose oi averting, i.ot only the danger that threatens, but lie i. at (.i r thai i? u|?'ii ns In othor days I h.l the honor to be i s>cciutid w lib that somewhat eccentric but pure au.l elevated patriot. Calhoun ? he has gone to his rest and his rewari'- and llenry Clay who looked over thm I'nion with ii si licltude cutely less anxious than the : . viotir 1 1 on u bi ip >n Jerusalem: he is not here low to take part in 'lie .iflairs of the day . and if this I nice is to be ti.p.-olved, as 1 religiously believe it is, i ii iiven in mercy has granted the prayer of the patriotic Webster, that when his eyes last beheld the hu:i in Heaven it mi^.ht not shine u|nhi the fragment* ot a dis severed I nlon From New York, aud from iu<iet of the Northern frta tee, every individual who thought aaldid in foi nier times of peril has retired to private life, an I lle ir names supplied, their seats have been tilled b) these of diametrically oimosite ominous. Hut more true Joy Marcollus exiM Mis, Than fVear, witli the loutr at bin heeto. Tii.h union <i( state* did not r.'ismc at otb r times, aud d<a? not repow to-day , upon paper laws and pap r c?ti -titutionn. It w ii h founded iu mutual friendship and re raid mid common interest*, and when the*- fraternal iMlWf.'s ci a?o to e xist a lucre imper constitution m but a delusive mockery. !u 1840. the act which my friend wl?> ji st pr< nded me e[x ke of, which wuac.Uled in cm moil p. rlauo\ thr nin?' m? m t Iim law was ropi-alcd It in r mltted our Southern br. theru who viaited th ? Slito oi New York to brin* with them their scrvauU and remain nine month* ; and yet Ihejr were ax fully protected us they were in the Hate? from whichthey came. Iu lsM.sir. ih. it ad was r< iM-aU d. I wax then a m 'tnh -rofth ? Seiiat of this State, and although never dreaming that I sbouul I be on i he nat local board* of legislation? kuowiug litil ? ... th .- great question compared with what I know now I misted the repeal of that law to the best 0| my ability as long (M I could by arguments, a* long an I coult bv t nr effort* . and finally . when dm en to it, I runs! oil u tactkiuhly, and kept the minority wading lor marly a uii< 1 rwfivrd ih?* r?- war d?i of |j*triotic men for my > xi r t ion on the one side, aud my full basket of aj.oiij niou- |. iters of abuse on the other But 1 s. urn to *IH w toy |*Twualactiou. 1 believe that wa> th- llr*i source i f trouble between the North and South ami I think the re loratmn of thai bdl will do mora to rostoro gwat let-ling and i:?**l w ill than almoat any otb ft cause that i oul , tu u:\ntiited. |i i- nut an amen Imnnt of th ? < nn tit ut ion that i wanted m> tely ? ih ? laws are ? | enough ? 'In federal laws and constitution are u ii enough ? but it is thiir txnulion, aei rding to the I 'fit in which they were enacted, that is c?||.?i lor aud demanded <>ti the part of the south. Tliey Ins.s '?I'oti i he great pruciffle of I be equality of the stab* and they ate entitled to it 0|?>n every cnuside. alum thu cjiii influence no n. comm?nit ? s ,,n.J States The omsti tiiiion u,..kes them equ. !? the law makes them e,|u.i|_ tl.< \ are ..(.ul in tlte sight of honest men. and , ,.,1 ill Iht .lit of tell and 1 "?! be tn fiini wfio iind *rlas to<i?giade and lran>|de iln m down {Applause , Th ? >"iith fei ,iid fool the advancing |*ipulat ion of th ? .North and that iow iu the national legislature th y are in I the minor Iiv They see that in a few veari tb re will be a majority of two thirds againat "id) of staler, but of representatives ot both branches ot the U'g'iMature. and they well may fear that the centinieut oi the entue free HtaUn will sweep their ;n-titutnns away. And hence it m tliat they lake | alarm? hem e it ks determined that they are now, while they have S 'me |*iwer and eonie strength, uuiea?4licv ran liave additional guarantees to protect and sustain t h< m. to secede from the In ion. Th.-v are forewarned, and intend to be forearmed, and utile mi they can -..f?t> ?.TUiity, .quality 'and re|*?e in the Inioo the\ mt.nd to r.< k ,t oi tside, whatever late may await tie hi I k I . < w there ,re If se among US wll" -ay that the South do is t int. nd to aecede. Tbey say tins is an uniii'ciw ir) ilaifn tie v say they ' an be i.n ri'il and driven h.u k l"i tiie i |? 'ti-'U. All that is lie. ' r-u.ry is tirmo. ss Hut tie -.1 II, |,.,ve en for years these little ri\ ui.ts of op p? - it i -ii ' 1 <i to ng tips >n the hiils aud forcing down througli the g<rv< - ut.til they P'ltn the tiiiu k and bitter w ,t. r "f treat <|| all .lite U, which threatens M, ami eiu-ulph them 1 bav? alreaiU temark<-d that ilo I iii<>n w ia a iiniou of g.ssi fo. iing 'i 1 'I t'. Of equals -if go.*! tele w?h p. and that h w I -upi ? that tie -e >tate- can he <? nit In a. ,| In tiers oi the confederacy by coeretoa? t hat they eau ti ? jo gi t, deleai.d. subdued into equal and fallliful m m ' nt deru' \ ? sin aid go home in b . !>,(,, I ? 1 1, .r. 1 , i t !? alousi. di. trust and aniiie?iu ? '? ' r.d tie pan,. , ,,t |,? t??..m? all ? w pli ill .. In i - ii i.. Hive, honor and otn y him. who I- i|, mother or h - children, who has attended him through tl.e > i. is-n,idi* ut ill e , an 1 1 the beraaremeots which have aw ait. d l Is in. and after he haaeicated tUta d 1st urbane ? i? I him th? n attempt to eliastise li. r to make h -r love and honor him, aud wh. n he has suec. d.-d at home. P t him ?tfempt iu . hs.-i u-e a Stale iintii it slutll b. . .iio a til lhl.,1 III. Ii, hi r Oi 1 1,.. o<a, f.slerai v All th. p M? , .SS w, lav.- all th. slreiK-lb, fi.ree ainl lam,; e.n.slitu'ii .ii ? tie army and nary the iui t" ""I I. if -L<|i r. and tie i v ? ii 1 1 ye |a>wer of iln Ml e i le t Worth a -m. e rush t.ic?.in|-l . ? ! <r .n th' .-on:, deiaet longer th I ' ' ' ' " ( ' a in II the .Ire i Hire of a -tit i in lie ? ? ' lele'al r.. list Hut. ..11 I III l-t lie I, , . , ?i.'liev i that It I. ts dot. to the aisier states <i|sm th. - 1 ' ' ? 1 ' .pi' "? ei).. I I w ha h ti . (.1 I. rul . ? 1 i 11 ' i't ? 1 ? tl" . h . 1 1 en ? i. i ? an in. .ii i . ther ?? " *? ' ' ?' d. I| . ? the ? ?? I, lal. .. .N| ia 1 , t" 'a ii, g a ; by being driven to submits i^.i II ewhol". . . that tb - I \ ii eaii t.e averte I md th il II . t: Pi hii ... pre-eivr.| by iorci- ap.-mpt th it n.ettHd; tu.t let g...| men, every patitnt, ^>t t.i wn k to > III .? I) a. put lie Sentiment 'H the North lb 1 ' sent' lit .i ib. . 1 1 h has 1>| ml . rif.'f .-d i, it.' it hi- a' rived in a go| .|ekre.. ? , I '-"-I erat ori |h, S nth c.-res little a'l-.ut th. meie ehs tj. ii ,.| \|r. ).incoln? they view it aa the ? oj ep.ent Of a public -entiuient . aa a la-t and ft aai ev.deiae of the ?nt linen' of the fiee ~t/,io* Thev |?k II .,s as Slates not as individual members oi the community aa we |is4( at them aa Stat.-s an I not a. iid vl.' al men i t.ers of ? . . ty Th- \ rigird this as a i iv nine of publa sentim.nt which hi- p?ss..,| bvot?| their c- trot and th. y say now ?bat th re i? no b.?> ? f..r them w.tbin the I i ton and tb' \ will si r?? | ? * What w.? I,,'isl convitce I bet, I Of I-- that w. w ill Hot o^lv repea' , ,r t i l . |..u laws ii|s>n |*i|-r but we will r-peil lbs public - ntiment that is mop. |s>tua a.? than all th? law- of New frigl .1 d an t all the free -utes fwclb?r i Applau?e ) It is a s.-nt imeiit Mint h ?- b<vn in' i-.h| i,v poll t . Ml drmn^utrues who hr.v. g. n. th mtgh th ? land . xerut Inn a n mmissioti of evil and II <-atan hims.dt had bseu permitted to cm. ii|sn earth t<? M-ourfe mankind h e..',ldii'.t n rp sueci fully have a.*, mpllsh. I b * mis "II than I going through the country and preaching den.'.gi I l. I'll anil se? t ion..' -m on the ?.||||<-Ct of slave ,y_ , | |,lni>e _and whether h' ,]i,| it ' f?l <!? fii.ii ' t"' < i a fi? t - 1?- r t x I Mj!#? f 'if i v ?* r y litl!** f tpp'?i se( leall ma e Mich mimetersot theteists>l. ail tb* m m n -I- rs < t c oraved and vitiated isilitira tiur Soi. Uier* brother* will with ua as we r- u. .n w tb them No amount of llntahwl and eh^juei.t addrtna.. will *. rve IIS In this emergency? no fin. Iv turned period II, .pec, h? no r. o|,ita?ns. Is.w. ver palmitic and well |*i iiited and criisnlered, will an-w.-r the .s-.asinn \ iRimi??kui of Individ ial?, however elcvat ?>) oatrsiil -n, Imn pi*; are ..t,s#.s| that ,hev reprsaent th ? "" '!'? Wh' n the I OTIS, entS.IIS I.. |,e. of Ih "h ?" r.-t Ml the sincerity of ,?ir r,.a, : dr.?-.- and sp,. h.s aa reprea ntu.g th- In mint i.e North and n<t until the,, *iii slirt Iltiity I Pave little f;lj,h wr,|, ,,J steep ?o f \*r?i'li l lownrrlii i |> ir , jut r l? #t i#- . ra i.ted p! 'lie aent,ment | h?< Iff' taith In a me. tin* m this great emmer. tal city or Iii Am thing that it ran do further tbvn as ? an evi .1st re of a public sentiment The ^"Hh are ?urc of tb" n.:.|lty of the city ot Ni w Vmk ( ?. ) It hi fern true ?t nil inns, it ha? n.'er w rved with its gtent and might v patieSi, m.-ority Hut the so,,(h ha. e in. n tl nt the \ ot. of th< country ovar whelming and r? ndeia the city of V. w Vork powrerl- <s At lar a' it ta an evi.'etiee of the isihbc aentim?nt of the State am' city it w ll have i influence. Mm mi|l| f? ft. fiber and rm st rep tl the obiotious |?ws on rsir ?tatnteb.s k and the r.fs>al nv st earrv evi ene- tb.ii ,| ia ?, >4 Irr ant n ere P mi-irar? pur|?tae_mal it ia not b.^ carat nmr pert, nary inter- sts |wve h.<.n tmiehed, but |t must be in m d< i ee tl at it la a returning puhl c'set se and th t who w??ild not a>?> have been nnufe t.? Ml, Md that returhmi *?b?? {?uk? art ml and permanent. Tin- free states mant be br ? ?ri ( i 11 to tl. e consideration of a /rent public duty. The have uot offended us. W? caunot say they have ever laid linger U|>on mi. They ha\e rot invaded our domain. Tu'-y have not iliterfcnd will) ary intercuts belonging 1,1 ut w ? ??ri >pn Slatis. Bui tbey n ad in our nuwsituites* iliat their slaves have !???? n run off Ity un underground r ul to d, und they see it set down i n derision that one morn .'out hern indiv iuuuI ban been robbed of his property ? onq n ore slave, instead of ba\ mg been returned according to tl.e mni|>a' I of tlx- constitute u, baa bceu ruu olf into Hits piovibct h ot t'auudu. flicy have di-t< rniund to boor tbi'm iblBgs i.o longer; and it ben ni<'? Northern people to de lenuine whether tliey will |>erinit this slate of thing* U? go i n. or whether tlx y w ill make one last grand effcirt ta sei w b' ther iliis Hent idii nt t un be corrected. You can not Hi nd firth a Htri ant by any natural prori m that will rim bigber than a lot. main. The souih know it. They have no faith m adi!r> sh s ami resolutions that hafe not I lie u nouri cs III I be fe< lilig* of the muMMD of the people. It in um|?k to cay there in no serious trouble. 1 be lli ve that !-oi lh Caiolina will secede, so far OH IbtS UH w men i of b< r Convention can do it, on the 17th or 18th of this nii'i tb. and event* must transpire shortly alter which will brii'g all cotton Mates in as-<ociatHJil with ler. and eventually every State which isaslaMj Mute, and intends to continue such, wi.l go along to gether. Ibis is a.- cerium as the laws of gravity, lutd hi is a blind man and mad man who cannot see it. All thut we can in w do is u> get time to convince the Southern |m < pie thiit there -? u>ruiiig sentiment of truth ami lotlcc in the Not. .-tates: that tin honest mts-'tl have been mi-led and have uiisuuderntisid this irri a? 1 believe tlie> have, and u|?ou proper ci wlderutiou will go t>a< k to their duty an members of tins confederacy, and will wd i i me 1 ack our Southern brethren to the great fi. (t> My of political, social and moral equal*. (Applause.) Our constitutional and federal laws, I re |m at, are well enocgli. Our obnoxious Mate laws should tie n peal, d. and hi their place a public soullmunt should te sit up and borne alott, as the great la>* giver of olden times set up tho braxon *T I ? I't . that every one who had been bitten by al olitl< nism will liM k on it and lie healed. (Or-ut applause.) I will eli so as I begun. I did not intend ta tike lint in this meeting. I have no |?rticuUr view* hi l what I bavi oft. U repeated, aud my hope is that by '.h - nspictable naeetiig a public s i.tint nt iu*\ i?J di.iwn<?t If it l e a* Ju.-t, conservative und bem-tn a! as we believe jt to l>e, we may th-u pro P< rly so r present it to our southern breth ri r and no lungi r tie niis)iudei xtissl laxtk Uie dang r lull) uud square in llie I'm e. We must unt put t*? mil' It tri.i-t in m< etings, in t'oiigress or in l< gislattoti; but if #u would ii muin a muted p opl we must aiv that however wr?i.g we may Imve been, however much error wo tn.iy hu ve ci mmitteil. wi- have rernnsidi red our con luct, und are satislied that we must tr'nt the Southern Slules as wo tri ul ed tie in on tl e inaugural i"ii of ilje gov mm -lit ? ul pi lit leal equals. When w e have done that we shall have done our win le duty . and perhaps this glor ius govern ini ni may Mt il 1 go forward to the fruition inui awaits it. (I.i ml uppliiuse. ) NiK-m hi.ii HIM said he concurred in the remarks of thrt Cl.aii man upon the constit ut ion of our country. Hut no not think that all was gone because a' Prcsi lent had bein chosen contrary to our wishes. We had stdl CongrtM and the Judiciary opposed to him, and he wa-i peiM.aded that in Ihe ensuing Congress the unyority him would be increased. The (tarty oppowrl t> the republican." came into the contest under circ imatanc s of great dis;td vantage. They were broken Into fragmenss. t.ive us time to oi gauize'aiid eombiue, und we will put down any party >hould attempt to <lo wliat tho South fear the republican party will do. (Applanse.) To our fellow citizens, then, at the South we a.ty , we do not w at t you to place us in a false position. We hiva given .'40,000 votes for the I 'u urn uud the constitution, I and we want you to stand by us in the I'Dtou. We ? .hi rise! tli ix W inu; in the I iti'tu ? only w? require time tiive us tiny anil wo will show you that it is in it true that the major it) of the p-ople of tho North hate your iii.-tituti"ii* ( Applause. ) The idet that a pai t.v or a sectiou is to give up eountry, enustitutiou ami I iiioti because they have been liu.tten in one or two can vasses ? why, il is uot Atnerii an ? (applause) ? it is igAm-t the spirit ot lepublK.iii liberty, lie appwlnl to our fel low citijiciis at the South io stauil by thn conserva tive men of the North III this crisis for the sake of the conslitntion and th ? Cnion. II is true, lie said, that I hi - -pu it of lh ' constitution ha i Inn n vii dati'd. but instead of lue.ising up thisgivern ini nt let i.s I. ring the < institution It-lore th ? pittj?l *. and whm it is fully underslood the South will hive fuh re ?IriKs under il. (Applause.) The idea of breakuiK up the I nn u ei ght not io lie entertained. 1. -t us Ik* ei h our felli w citl? n? of the South to con -ider tb ? int"ri*ts of the country, Its past history, its Illustrious foimd rs, see if w. cannot hainioniz- and keep log th'T. And wh' n we have lr, d and found that wee inttot, il will thi ti l>e time enough Io think of s |dii Htmg 1 do not kuow win I her Mnuh I'aiolina is tub. pray .-dtor . but I ? .in tf?|t ul to ihi jwople m tieor g h and other cotton -iat -s. If th y have any fri- ndf in this 1'nii i- in the city of New Yi rk and lite city of lirmiklyn Mr Ket chum cou eluded by saving thai if ever it i oni -t mn b.-tW" -il rat es, tiie jNH.pU of the city ot Si w Vi?rk wo ild st m i by tin ir hi ethreti of Ihe white rat e, uud ho believed h> could sa\ ihe same of the St tie. TttF tl tTIOW. At the conclusion of Mr. K-I. lium s rem irks th ' com ? rait tee, who bad bei u out in eoiisultaliiin doruig the de livery of the foregoing s|s i i bes, cam > in and r< ;nri> l llnv' gli their chairman. Men address an I th< following resolutions, which, alter consideration wertl adopteil unaiiimoualy. Whereat-, the of the I'uln-d State* w?? drsMtm-d lu wi uie i |U?1 rlgliii tod prl\ lieges iii the peopl. ot all tie* Slates, w ldch wen- rlili.-r parties to Its fitrmailoii nr whtcti have ?uls-ecjueiuhr thereto b- eoine nietnlsTn uf ihe I'nt 'D, and w here**, the ajilif Irn-iruutenl e..nt?ined certain atipuUiions lu n ?ai d In t t.e ?u rr>'iider ? I fugtMre slarea, under ike d -tcna> mo i >f "person* held to aeivtee nr labor in u<?? rttale. nnaei thn la? > then uf, r-caplna tut- ? another,' * Inert stlpulatKHta win d. slgui d in I" complied with by the act of t 'tngrraa uisklux piuvlalon fni atieb surrender', and ?b'Ti'l<, the sgttausi *ti?to of the ciuntrjr, ail?lng nui of dlff.-rene. s f n in re ?ard to th?*e pnerlslobs, dem?)i(l? thst ?hituld d "Ues ei pheiily uur *elisr uf the Mtg&li ii* arialiigund. r theiu; ther K? mjIk d. That the delivery of f'lgulvp ?U?m lo Ihetr m*? Iri- I* All oTilignll'll <11 J. by tb<- o institution, lo whuh *11 ( "hI ritlt- tin hiv b mill tn aft|lllrare ; ant all U?< paw'i! by Ihp SUlf" Willi * ?|PW t<ieinh?rr*.a and nbatriKt the rtP>titi<nof thp art of I'niriii miking pruvtalun iberefm ?hi iiM he pp>mptly rfi?W Th?t Hip T'-ri it- 'iip? uf i bp 1'nlted rtiataa kra tbn 0 mm' n pnpprty of the peoplp i hereof ; that they at* of r glit, i ml "light in bp. oppn to thp fip >? immigration of rlll t< n> < 1 all the Matp?. with thilr fainillP", anil w.tb whah-'T l> Hip ?ubjKt nf i? r- inl wm-r*hl| undrr tile lawa of till Milm f r in wbleh thi y ptnlgralp<l; thit tbP relalin of m? ? t? i and alavp rann'rf, during thp Ti'mt<irul condition. b?i rlghlf ii II jr dl-turbpd t>v ftdpral or toe*! legUUllun, and lka( tl>p i ?? p.e of any ?m n liriltorj can only dl-|>'?e of Uw qu'? tl- n nf ?I.itpijt in r unnii n with HiPlr own |<>IHl *l oraanl Intl. ii. *lm they form a <- n-iltuti n with a view to thpli >1 Iiilc-li n Into thp Vnt> n a" a MatP hr?<;hed. That ?e pledge nui kPl?>-? to uphold Ihear pHn - rlp.ra hy a.l tl <- meana m mir power . to wek by all rah p rlfiii |> a rp<li>'?* ul H p wmng< of whteli Hip eoutur n Matp? Ju?tly i <mi| lain, ami to maintain their p<|ii*lity aader Uie I'lnntlliillnn, In the full enjoyment ??l all the rlftita an 1 pi lTlle*p? II mml era Rewaved, That while 'lepl ire the eil-ting ewlleniaat lit Ibp Sonihpili Mali-n, ?e do nut hpniali' to ?ay thai there 14 iu?t ground foi It. Hot ? * earnestly piitieat wr Naittnei it brethren to ab-ialn fnita I a-iy a. id menu- In ate action, tltal t>me may be atfo <1- ?t f n hitiigm* aboil! a reeoaMltattaa "C en-ting difference*, and ti at the t'nlon of the wmw the , ?mnrpiil nut p. ?.?!? i lly and |?.?pi? m*i hp pre?er\ei1 anil pei |<pti kted by a rv tont.uii ?l public ..aim my ami in it ial cunnib-no haanlvid, That Hon. Millaid Fillmore, II 'n. OreeB* II Hioiiton and Kh hard lathe*. Hw . hi' ?|i|*>lnted a e mnul dp to imuppil lo ih" -oflth. Kith a rl?* iumtkp ntrlm 1 lanatkiii lo oar Noofbern hrpthi-en. in regard t/i Ih- . it. . m ? mhrarrd In Ibp adilivaa and reauMU >?*, aa Ihr in n <|e" n ni ' Papa l r, ami to al i eurb lanbei ?wurama aa may in ni"<l>d t " inaiiii'?i oar detenai nation tu maintain ta> i I Mlli'? Rpaolvrd. That In < ttVr of thp f'-ntl-'mpn named i it , ibp inrp|ninc rp? luiitm tin ihl" to peilorm the acrrK? fop abrb h' la *|H" int' il, th" I' inmitt-e oa the Addraaa ami kPMilultona hp antb'irlti d t<i fill Oip varaiipy Tlie fnlliiwlTi)f .Mil- full', ??tit waa off red In ilia *??<?< <i.| r?~olit,. n by H mm K''l< bum. b it waa rnj ?? ip<1 ? ? And thai 'be qoeaUrm of ih<> rlgh - of Ibe proplp In th?> Tpt. Ht?rfea*f thelnMud Waip* I- an>l oiighi to !?? |p| t to ih<? jadanipat of tbe Niiprp|*?C'*lfl.le w d<v'i?ion. a* ibp law ol t land, all (mid < lilten* an* bnund Ul a< qillParp. Tli" fulb'Wirg ai< a<in"nl ?it ? ala<i pr?|*?i"il by Mr. Gim-Wwk . b .1 w.ta it^"< t il ? Tl' .1 lna?murh a? illffprpnrpa of o(i(i |. n p/l?t In rpgard i<? h> ill <trnt (aaiant* ot ibo?<' r<j' r >i it? by the fit Hoa ? ?I Ibr writl'bina of the rnn?t!lut|o?, all doubt In rpgard ther ? m miiki Hi b authorllMlrrly a ,d for-ver aet al raat by aa p>|ilaiiatoty ani' ndm< nt to Hip -in- liutlon. I?ti MMlMl It ?M R- a*4\< d. That lb>' ad Ireaa and T9+t hrt|i?C, la MMIItan t? betmr puhliah'-d in til- daily nm 4 I ?p< ra, lie |irltitii| In |?in|ililet inrm AlWllMl a miiinarrlpt Oiipjf there?if h-' prppnr^ l ar, I preAPblcd M Ik* aniknTttti ? Of -4>uth OkroliiM. with Uio llfMlun * atUclX'il Mr K. Ci-ii-rn moved lliaf the n-anlulion t<? rail ? pi It'ie inn t Itiir II an eirly i.av h?- referred lo the fV?m niiltrtw Aitdmud RMMlnw. with p"wer t?? taki? ?ui li i inn in r- Utlon tlw r. to and I* any other matt- r* |? rtiiunt ti' the prori-eilliiga of IbiH ni *1111* aa tt?-y may d<i m etpedM ?! Th<' r ? 'lull' 10 waa mloptp?l an* I Hie iti'-'fing a<Doiirne<|. ObltM mry. On the 241 h nf Moremb r Her awt* Otruy, the well kn<<wn writer and prearlier. waa walking In ?o? of th<f itreilitf |/>bd<n n<>t far from liui own r. ?nl?*?< '\ wli.-o he was 1 b?eiT?d in *tagg'-r for ? few mmaeew and th'-n fall after whl< h h" immediately etpired A atroka of aj- | let) bad fhu* fudd- nl) i-auaed bi? dealli Pr Crnljf ? a i ighty yiaranf ago having be.n born is Dublin in i;?n M<- wna a graduate of Trinity tk?il<i|.>, in hi* u mv.? , lit and Im gin hi* literary w-r la MlS, with a p a in ii.iitbd I ana in d- P' r b ng the art trea^'irea of ih?- In n< h 1 apital. which Napo|e?n I twl ii>lle< t"d irom ilie varwia rit Ma of Hrnith- rn Kurope In l*'JO h? *n to ?' Ibe Angel of the World, aa Arabun Tale, ' aad In |>;iu a inllii tM-n of hia aatirea waa p'.b lalied In 1*22 b< wii'te the trrgfdv of ? CaUliae,'' and in 1*M Un? ? m >ly - 1'itda Miail Have a Fall,'' whu h had ? aw-a-aa at the CVivrat Cat den th- aire. Hin ? ^klalbml." a MOO r< undid 1 n the leg< ad of th. Wandering Jew, aad writk-n n 1*'J7, ?aa exteaalveiy read, and oae? ^ulle pnpiilar It ttfly * other amrkr ?bow nmaMeiable yeraatilWy of literary indtialry Ib. y are ? ? Talea nf the tlreat W. Hetnaid, ' aad ? Marati n M'air," work* of Oettna; 'TIm? Midi tn ?>rla?do an uaflnalied ''Pranaal lliaiory ot Kiaf flaiagp IV.," 'l"hara<t< r of Cnrraa'a Kloquaarn and Prnttir*. "piililiral I lie of Ifcirke, ' "A New later pi it. itlin of the .U*h al) pa<\ I'ivlni- I'rovldence, or I ho 1 hree C) < l? a of Revolatl' n," and "lliatorn-al Hketrhea, hpee<hia nnd fkaraeterr," a r?|ie> tkni ot th<- author ? r 1 nfi bntti n? to /?'<>' ' ??**"/ ami nfli"r p>-r Indie*!*. H?' alao ? dii< d llir wi rka of l'< p-- and Jerenty Taylor Dr. t>*>ly ? M'V d a w rte n pnlal n-n aa a pulpit orator. For t wewtt . flv. vi ai? |>?*vi"i a to Ii a drnth he had b- ea rerVn af M. t 1 In n ? Wai.b'mk, 1/ ni!i a? 1 1 vug (*? *. ated lo hin) b^ l*>io tfruufhaiu aUaa ih*?wU<jr.