Newspaper of The New York Herald, December 18, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated December 18, 1860 Page 1
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THE NE W YORK HERALD. WHOLE NO. 3367. MORNING EDITION? TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1860. PRICE TWO CENTS. OUR m\mi TROUBLES. Organization of the ftouth Carolina Convention ADJOURNMENT TO CHARLESTON. HTERKSTLNG PROCKEDIBiK& W CfrNtiRESS. Violent Sectional Speech of Senator Wade, of Ohto. PALLIATIVE PROCEEDINGS IN THE HOUSE. The Personal Liberty Bills De clared Hfnco&stitutionaL TOnxrlow Weed's Organ on the Crisis. Jaflge Han /ly, the liuhgippi Ownmtaioner to Maryland, in Baltimore, ftr/.i Ac., Ac. THE. socri CABOLDIA MnfOTMM. Vrgaaix?<l?n of the Coavpntion, and ft, h aeqacnt Adjournment to CharleatOR on Ar count of tb? Prevalence of Smallpox at C?lanlila..lnaug?ratl<? of liover nor PitkMw, &cH <Wc. our uftiAKi krvin twatofi. Q?-?Huj.Tojr, Dec. 17, 1S0O. Preparations aro in profits to re-eive the mer here of theOonrfo'ion, wlu<_u ha> idjouraol to meet here al four o'clock to-morrow afiemoen. l*e ?*venticm wiU ax el Id fe,titute Hall now called BtWMOC Hall. It tn ti might the o/dteanec of seoanioa wli: be passed am Wednesday or Thursday. Ttero will be tPuminatloai ?ad great public rejoicings when tho act is cwaummated. The reports of lutuided d- moast rations gainst the ?Srnrte are utterly ,'ahe. No batteries of ary BOrt have l>e?n c rectal in the nel^hnorliood. The geceral dlspjsl tk>n of the people to to e-haust oegottrtionn before jnak i?g any wov^muot to obtain p. aseestca of the forts dumbly. Some da>a ago u>? romwrndin* oftcer it Fort Sumter Inquired of the laborer*. lately Dro^t from Rutimore If they would defeud tho place la case -C %Uack' They answered unanimously that they came ".o work, u..t to ?rht, snJ rather than epp- so tho South the} would im * mediately return to EUtniore. olb oolcvbia ntsra-ntii. Coirmnji, <?. C Dec. 17, 1*?0. A hea\ y an.! a?mo? ob?c ri tig fog haug.s like a pi J wer Columbia, creating h goner, il gluot. . The tmullpox junic is inter so *n? ng cltizor.s acd ct rangers. JUu^ ar n.- ora of i itt Ug alature hare tcne home "Tie Convention a? or.bled au nooc General Jain on wa.< temi>orary chairn an. The call is now progressing fo r the Jelegatos fn-ra -he 4*trict? and pariah, . to enroll t t>*!r ii-mes A written invitation from tho Legislature to the Con ventiou to partic;pa:<f at the im uigata ion of Oorerrtr at two o'e'ock, wu laid on tho tafcia UU tho Gmwi ion argauiaod. The enrolling of tho i antes ? i? rhar orwftlntral. Tho on t side attend ur ? at tho Convention Is small Some of the mew'.ers of tho Convention are your*; iu appearance. but generally midd l? ?g d. 80 Tar H.. ; arc all calm and Utiim|>nsnk<cicd. In the Ugislaturo nothing Is tnmspirlng ia e?-ber branch. The Inaugural on cerei Bonk 3 Uko plar? s.t two oYlcck. There is hardly a do* t abont . t he sm.vipoi eptdeni c here. It aifo prevails at Camden. A g*r. ral stampede from Columbia m?y 7* artlcl atod a Li then the disease may spread . ver he .State, Fourteen ca-?-a of saalli<ut wero reported oa Siir, lay and seyen to-day. Ca ?* only w vrc ? -ported where the symptoms and develop^M nw cli Jariy udicatethc ?lje?*ae The I*gi*Uture ha; adjourned I '? a.*' t In dwleeuo on Thursday. PE0CEEPIXG8 OP THK OOJTTENTIO* oouTm-i.g.c , Dee. 17. mar The Convention Lad four baJBote for a iH.rmar, nt President. On the third ballet n^ernor Cist fe -elrod 38 vat ?? tx-Swi-.tor Qi ennui, 17; ar Fp-aker Orr,Z2, Mr. Jam., n 04. With noiiir Dm n'Mcrlun Ou tho foarth ballot Mr Jamlaon recni ei lis voi"? rx-ypeaW Orr. ^0; anatt.T'ng S Mr jAaiai*. on taking tho;halr. said tie ha.1 not fc*. guagc to exprcea his th ujk" for the honor conferred Ufao hiro la ntaktoir him the prwidirir ottleer over the delft* cations of th.t OMvsattaa. Ito couriered that the abn v??t!'-n was en^agie-' in a must Important dity? the ?>**?. tai|>artaai 'hat h il ? er le-i 1 1,^,0 ^ f.irn,.n?. i 6e4 ealy kuows what will ba tha mult of our proceed ing" hut !f W t: . I 1. r ||? si it . A re* l'it n wi 1I1 "ii il -r. d it> ' whe-i tl- Hm\( ? ",r" ? ' Ol ? ? ul l? ur u c. * . W? nion<,n alui . j. a. I'1'' re-ohilK 1 j. ,| , ? j, ,t<, ?r J'l; rs 11|?. ,1 ?!, (- ., . , t , , _r% , ?1,ar:' '' ' ' ' '"???? !?' ? rt- - ? Of the -r it poior ut'ifr , Im ,1 -r , ? .,1 . , j , ?I'-"*' "!?'"? ' -> CS.ro: ... He irg. ! ,;a. stales w 1 I e. r a' . .e ? ti - :?< : ? e ,rt4 r. , . 'I'"1 "? nv . -rot ? r i-n-e.-H 1 -v . , ?* : ' . -tv. ,. ? . Ui a 'irk* too. M 'R iy- of .? >ieV p?? tv1 h . wo, 1 never con #snl 10 leave (W?ml> a natlt the ordiiua^ of -eoe^-^ ,n was pa*?!, and urfad m. m >ar* tv ?t .r?i 10 all tl. i re lLv'r 'K*-|ti0B. rema n and perCBct their wark. Mr. Ka n said h wa as ardeally dev.ded to ?*o?tfc>Q as iay man and determined tn be with the Onnvenil ?a ..fit ib? r action * is complete, but argod B'ij . irriing to ' " ' ' 1 1 1 ' " ? ' . 1 ,.lv u, h,.rrv ., ,, ., k., ,, v . - l . g ","'1 ? ' 1 " ' ^?'?f.t , .o.d 4im. ,4-,..,, II ?<* t -I .1 ..... . . , 4>mnat-id that t2ie msMbers ahoaU halaa IwaUoa Wb?re n 'r ' ' " ??. ' ?"Vdv.'d, - .! 1: ? b- a. ?!. .1 hyafeatru |n itiK.tn ? when i.o prcasing a.oetsity ruqulr.d II I t?'li?r? eng I,,. ,j, jii j ro ,i' J oun Th" ni"t, ? ... ?iy a Uiie m^irlty 4l"" - ? ???? '? ??? t uvi < t'l- c .. f'ntr I , I V 1 t., .1. .. . , . O r lOrk . A* t ? a* t? , r,in .. , >0 Ti ,t. r . , ' -'".'" .ir n ?"inry ...rw. i., \'r tkat were "?t ? ? ,r, fh, , , Tno llKH 1 *i to tan''# r h > .a ikMi ,, . . Ciwntlng vr!c . A-. 'he ? . "v fM - "I mvi y la ;? , : , "''Iw-ra w,r nl . , r :| K" 1 I- T ? (be ? N?ii(ee'? ? Oonnii in rr. f i '! ? ' V opi ' * c . Dee. 17. TWW . The South CiUX' ;* &OV r il- ? ?1 . I'm** 'hatch at a^oeh at ? prayer, Oto Iff Jn.!m, on mot.on of e*. .??<r*ernor J. If. Ahaw, was called to the>;fe#r. T. 7.' HI in 0118 wua appointed temporary secretary. The Ciuikjiam addressed the t'onvoution, after whs.li they proceeded to for President. Mr. Jamison was elected on the tilth lallot. Meiers. Orr, tTieanut and Gist were tho opponents. Mr. Oikt withdrew after the third ballot. The PRKMt'rvr nude a speech expressive of the honor conferred upon liim He a!s f aid we arc engaged on a great fiubji-ct mid a most Important matter. God knows w hat the result may be. That ft may turn out to the glory of South Carolina i.- my f erven wish and last prayer, May God ho'p the state. I fe?.l unaccustomed to the duties of presiding o\er a body lik > this. I have long since loft deliberative ?odle'. I must ask your in dulgence for what I may be wanting. I said I had uothing to say. I can't say anything. I can't express my feelings. A debate on the qucfUcn to a lj< urn to Charleston en s>ted, Mr Mi!<s s|ieakmc strongly against and Messrs. Keitt and Inglis in favor. The Prevention votCi to ndjoarn to-night and moot in fharl??on at four P. M. to-morrow. A resolution was offered to supply a \acancy In St. Mi chaels district. Adopted. KxXJovernor Ad#ns offered a resolution, Inviting Mr. Cobb, of (jforpm ; FJmore, of Alabama, and Hooker, of _ Misst-sippl, to address the Convention at Beven o'clock this evening. Carried. The Convents*. took a recess from half past tivo to , seven. EVENING SESSION. The Convention reassembled at seven o'clock P. M ?, *.\ith H m. D. F. Jamison, President, in thechAir. Mr. 1m; us Introduced ho folio wing:? Resolved, '"hat a committee of ? mem/irrs '>>? np pointed to Iraft an ord i.ance prop r to lue vl .n. <1 t?v this Convention, In order to accomplish tlw pa.i.-o oi secession. llcsoivod. That the individ".al members. -finis ( ouv -n ts^i. desirow or submitting lor the cotv>n'eratio<i o, ih> Convention cny draft or schema, he requested to hand th' same in without delay to the -.aid committee or . Resolve 1, That the act* of tbr Oenera! Assembly of this s'ato. pr ivldinc for the as^eiabliug of tms Convention, be referred to the tame cemxilKee wttii instructions to report <i>ereon. iheOrkthon named a e'erk, n esencer n 4 deor keoper Kx-G nernbr Adam: hoi* !r'.rodu<xl to the Convention the i'? lmissioners lrom *>? bama :nd Mississippi, who wco greeted with groat applause. The commissioner from Alabama spofc -Jtirst, an I c ?w t iss loner from Missis*-*^ next. Both spoeches wn-e n *1 rate in tone, and prm i pally went to show that tboy ' ill - commissioners) iKt.-d by tho authority or the G<t-< rnors ol their reap* tivo 8'j.tes, and In accordance will the desires of a majority of tho people of th sir St. tes. The first resolutiot was tb*i adopted by ayes 158; ti ys, none. In tho second rosohM >on Mr. CaIWkt moved to fill tho >lank with twenty -one. Mr. Km.rr move?l to amend by inserting <? other mat ters for tho consideration if the Committee, or which may be presented to them " Mr. BaRNwnx ? The Oomrrittee will have the riph: to rejM.i t the win lo subject. Everything should lirst be submitted to the Committee. Mr. iNtius? The object will be accomplished without amendment. Mr. Iium ? That Committee can originate anything wirt. i??,Hr. For instinoe, an address comer frou: auv oir of thin it will have full tousidora'ion. Mr Citiotv kk? -Th- erfat am, (mj object u avoj(j ? very M?'.e < f the rn>! m >? wh,rh lbt,r? IB ^ ? 4 f u.n We have had pr ol this t[uU lh;ro ^ h t it.^'l" voice ? ithln tl.e Mate of f<outh U??iui* Bu, ki *a is.xp^it.d by ?ootining owwtvo* to s-ce* tirf t m t* to br?*k the . bain of the Union Tte .?t I e nt will be to study tho direetpin. Mr. 1! -i ? The p'rojxieUion , as I understand it, it Ilia* a committoo of Mt**nt\ -ooe .Uould bo ap|v.inte<l t>. take into cot s idem t ion tho various im-aaur.-i that inif lit be introdue (( for the eonekJeration of the Con- -atioo : ilia they 'hou Id ree?i ,? all su< b soh ines, from whatever U '""tor they may .mo, atid they should have th pr vi li>-o to di> whatever p -rUias to the bufeiaesa of th.' 0>n veiitioti, with a ww of recommending t<. this Conv. ution whatsoever a<-?ion they might think prc[*r ror e..?sldera ti?>n, or proposition for discussion niium^ them. .Se. ?mion I* a matter simrly of the seceaaitm of South Caroi na ir?m the present go-emment 1 take it ther* haa Ixien ?um eient expreHWn <1 opinion here upuo this ??< isiun to guide that eonmittee. tteceealua is aa"b|ect iii)->n which all a^rei' iinanlr-O'iKly. Let the cornw ttee be comi*?ed of greater intellect. * ?Mr. Bk-? nr? Separate the work fnr rep.irato mmmit ties. Let therv be a xcptorate comiuM4'? for the i.msl derat k? of the question, ' What in executive authority and what Is ertizen-hipf* It is M> enaary t* bave tbe m .?sol the convention actively at a.irk. I'/et each <x tu rn it tee have a p. -r uliar province. Mr. Oai n..rs ?The committee itself must be divide*! In opinion. The convention will havo er .<i#h to do to i ut thirgs in proper , liape. By referring different Mbje ts to ditU rent commit teen there would lie clashing. Mr. Mii.i<i*t?w ? In Chari< stem u will be uior. diflir ilt to /et the n*a* Tity of a large oemmittee to agree U-an the majority of a small conuuittcc. i trait the amai d men will not 1 e agrc<d to. Mr. Hi i.<? moved to ia> tbe amendiror t on the tak .e. Mr. Cm \r. moved to lay that t?otir>a oc ?be table. Mr Wmma-^oM m. mh.? of tbie Convention ?re h< tt. r adapt' d for one |?rt than another. Tbe agrrul fri-t will not do to examine comtuercla! sUtiatica and their l?-arinj* and rite nrrso. The Convea'.ion has s et to consider the pulling down of ono go- -rumen t and lui Id ug up aao'ber; fo determine our foreign and do i' st relaui*i aud matters about chancing ine con. Uto lion 1 1 the state. Is It certain the commi'tee, no matt, r w able, c.tn r .n?ider nil and everything* I a?k whetl^r 1 1 prudcut to tui.mit to the opmsjua l .uv one a -a inilletf Jl. . (;km?: a-.'d the roinmiUeea were ap^ c nted to e* p? lite l.ii?imaK lb?-y ar. noreaaarv to pie' ent the Con rentloii from bejumilig a debat ??(f a.? lety. i'o adv^atcc the ameudnuaL M-. i ao .e.I to fill with " seven." Mr. W^ai'i^sa moved '? ta euty- one. " Mr. Wai u s modi o was earned, and the reeolut,<? <?!? '|?t? <f. Mr. HiWlMT efltre^ a reaohill n on r nest h request me h < ? mmiak a.ers rrom Alal-aimi nd Miaei-Jk ni u> mj..t In ( oi.tentam rtt (haileston. ("a/Tied. 4r. l'.'i a a vote of thank* to the BaptiH itamnnl nati. n <<t tl.e o their buildmc. tarried I ih' i ie.1? n'*' . of the i rmtesk>tters were < rder d to I ... r. ?d on Ih mi' res I *'? ' '"i r -It. 'j i i ?t twenty ta j tui. utos E ' ? k ... a ? ri. 1 i THE NEW Of VTTRNOR OF SOT'TII CAJtDLINA. 1 rtrrca or coloku jbakow w. ricu:<**. 4 Onion"! rrt.ncW W. IVkena. who ha* Just b??t electad i Cnwrtnif of Carol in*, la a native of that Stale, and ' is rIkmiI fifty yoar*. ace. It L?* ! eon to puWi- life f >r l:tko laat twenty ya r?. and repr<#< nt *: bis native rt.te is i i Tijrrd"* from lBa to IMS , daring which period 'to oa \y 'ye<l th? entire on: Mcn< .a con-t tuenta, an 1 waa j ?- ?ard*d m (me of th < leading apinu In the u. tonal < Ir -datur*. Tbo yv ItM to wM h h* hi< been Jut ele [ Wi-d haa uutanUi^ aMraclad towirdi kimtbeapa of 1 th wh"le conntry, for thera .* no d';*iUiO(f th fuct that apon bw tcu 4* +i i to t genet ?taat>tba jnw- . .d. it n t> be, the prpetulty of the rep iblk Obtooat I k ne h a man of ttt?rdiaarj ability. and n?. i?*ht<?'i>r i.ed hi* ctHin- or r<?? iW?n H w<m apMtn it lar (a crita?>f Otlh iri, and et^/el the c- MiOdenco and l?raixul frii ndahl|??f Smith Carol t? ??'? if ? tteai ?<>i> H* wf>- <a >ng tba moot ardriit ?irt? auanf n?UJ'(iritif?n. t la ah* *t ueedUaa tc -ay that he it ?? yreaant an m i "ra|>ri?a. i.4lnn !? tatea rn it* man. Ah #iu<. Jul* * r<>! ued 4 him aa taviig orcww.1 di.nn* the malhti at a * x tie ' m et, * L h, aa It la Miticul wljr Mluttrat.v? of hi* hi m w>r, da* ? via to ha t?M kr*. At a ?i<> t of the re mark ww> a,?U? thai tba t> oaabm wan ua that mi, -hi rx if ffira tad appreh"h*iua, nfi u C- ! u i I'icfcetr laal leg? d to hart ret* e?l aa lutiuw*:? i 1 r? if ! frar ' Mr. Frw ?*nt. t wu han tacenaiM* to fear. ' f#tch ia ooc of iho trait* la tiio .Jur* t? i ef th"'n ti who ha? been ele? ?*d m tba yvm it rrlt al ,'iwwin u ?mitral far g??aJ or 'II Iho d^t. t<* uf Anitli (Ur.'tiM Th- naar" of Plrk. 'i? n ona ?r ih" tx?t?e?t?t>nitH >? ?V Rev<*H4owir>' ha ory of tba rountry. U?naral PmIM ti, tb< gmaJfatliar uf tho ?ttf > t of thaprewntsk. tol-. r> n<1?e?l m<a? etiir.lant i"rrKi' In the war of tadap n daf-e H" onnman lad at tho imiwUnt battle of 0?w pr>p?_a haUto whieh, like that if "Ventm, t? r<-g*/ J?v| an the turning |?'lat In tha fortuua of Vie iwlirt. aad hotbofwh eh w< ra fonght nl>onl the ,?m? time. *i pnrer or wmre di? iatareated ptlrk t llrad than Oen^rnl lickibf. ?nd !)<??- deaertel b- tter <<f hit chantry. Ni peraonai mcrif< e appe.irr I tno frr h ? t, und wh" i hmgr*?? pi>. r d to pny the < *t^n* a hi had n- irr. I ia ?he can? ?ifl, - r ? mtrv he t? u e<J t> acoi-pt a^rthla< In ibe way of c ut?'ti * i n "r <>t -r?r|?. ?. C.H. CMt ft. the father (K tlx pr?a a? ' 'rti r nf Sm th (broliaa, ? I a enmmnnd in the v?ar of ISIS, hut w m n ?v?r regngad Id r|i\e eer\ e Yir hare nciie'i -hat ?'<?'" "-IP kena repr?? fit I for a per^nil ? f t< n i irah.i >li?a otate in l'<e nntt -if 1 - i? d r? ' ?'* be ' k ?? i "f >?i ol'ier r? pit i1' |iralt> r ? im ih in t iVaMent I'ciit ? ?*'*- >d httn 'h . to; V. 'aser tn Uefo t ?,f ?l tin ?? ? .h !l ? V> I??ie?t , iimI h" niai 4?i( lUl?.| aii ? o '.t ' t t- tm T'ri || I de> t fykx ?? a' K? tb^i 1 ? cli V He \< ? ?!, I bowover, the ImpcrtVjt post of MimsUr to the 'To ' M. Petersburg. wher* bio courteous, frank an ? m 1} tearing won him th? pgteem and respoct of every > < lie was a special '.avontu with the Ciar, from whom he received many mark* of attention. He represented the I'nlted Siar.fH at the Muscovite Oourt for th.i last two yearn , and wiuj recalled only at his own re quest, arrlvin/ ) m tbjs country a few woolen ago. An ir.iidcnt m related as having occurred during ma ministerial career which the propagandist of aboUtKiaviy, ui^ht read with profit, if n .t with pkw ,ure. Ria servant man Tom, au old negro about six' y flve years of age, Ftands in the relation to him of n. confidant and ? friend more than that of a slave. VSheu O >k>nel PtekeiiB received his a|i|>o?ntmetit, the news of wh#ch, by the why, reached linn at the saiue time wtth he intelljntice of its continuation by the Senate, h? *?* to hi* falihfnl old servant ? "'Now, Ti'B, I have been appointed as Minister to BKwia. It i? a very cold, a very hud climate for you. t'e my way tb<<rc J'U have to pass through the SUto of New York ud also through England, ??vhere you'l be a free man, tuid if you have a desire to have mo you will ? have an < 4>p?>rt unity to do so. If you would rather go to Russia, "A*n, you can go. but it appears to me you wouM enjoy y Mirnelf better If you stay at home. Hut you CO do as ya*i please.'' "M #t<t Colonel Pickens," s?aid the faithful old fellow? "Mil! 4,-p Colonel l*V krus. >our father and my old miew died in my arms, on the bank* of the Mississippi; I took l'ror a lii? pocket thirteen huudred dollars m money and his ^oid watch, and I let nobody know it, and I came on fo> t through the woods and brought It safely to you in Cr *>olina ? you know m;ist?r and If you die in Rusa'.R, you ?'Mill die iu my arnu*. like >our lather." So Tom went to St. Petersburg, and he was tfe head I mar. at the door on all state iw? -anions, ard acquit4 ed him self with all the dignity duo to his position. WlienOol. 1 Piokens was uiwrt leaving St. Petersburg ho said to his old servwtV, 'Tow^I am t,o:ng through G rumny, and I ?vjnt to ?-end a courier with very ini|>ortaM despatches to our OHini??ter. Mr. Dallas, m London. N iw , Tom. I tA.tll Bake you courier; you ahull go with my despatches to Mr. f?alla:< " Tom accetrfed the mission, and wc do b:m but jultico when -wc say that he disc liar fed his duty wth prompt ness, oorrec"' ss and fidelity to his ma^'ii. In conclusion we may state that Colonel Pickens is a man of medium height ?f peculiarly pr?posse>-3liig man ners, and, as his election at this pirticu'.ir time proves, ut exceedingly popular in his native Mate. Mm DESPATCHES FttOfl WiSHTCCTOJ. Wahbinor v, IHx1 17, The issue is m&4t, and X is now t:for? the Amorl-n j^eople anil the wo-ld. Senator Wade's jpoecb . of which ihc Hkkald has al ready had a brie' synopaid, an I of -which it will imn di ately have a full report, Is receiv ed as the text of rej ub liean faith and Cdelity. It is <!et ^unccd by the th, including many I'niou men. at lb s head of whom m tho Vice President of the United St? cs, as tho gloomiest ,r<> duct ion that has yet appeared from the republican 'arty. It closes forever any hope of pa Ucutiott, aud, u v at- de clared to-night by one of th-> most prominent of the Southern representative men, it will unite the South within twenty days. The threat of colonizing Mexico and Central America with free blacks is deemed to insulting to Southern pride and repulsive to Southern feeling in all grades of society, that they will, with one voko, unite in Indignatt denun ciation of the sentiment and appc.il to arms rather tlian submit to it. The tone of dissatisfaction :unoug thin is more decided, and more compact, general, end revolt) tionary if p'?-sib!e, than heretofore. The speech will produce vehement excitement in !l ? Southern States and at Columbia, S. , where the seceding Cenveut:on i.-? being held, It will net only tiro the hearts of tho delegates, but, it is feared, ] !ut g>5 them inte rash measures of retaliation. Mr. Wade ha- been boiling over with this spec> h for several days, ever s.nco .Senator Wigfall delivered h-t speech on behalf of tho South. It has been with the ut most difficulty Wad - was restrained from n&kiug a more violent exp!< sion Uian he h-is. While there Is but one vaieo famong repabtkvm in favor of the speech, there Li but one among the South erners and democrats generally in &4i<icnuuiiuiu ??' it. Heiiator Wade expects to be the CYomwell of Uh North ern re> -i?,j0nary lnuv<ment for tho extinction of slave ry, and be wouir. inaugurate it by planting ?n the Jlexi eau borders of the rep..'.i,<? colonies of free blacks for tl.e purpose of melting ?nink<W.tn(inrr#otllW| among the slaves of tho Southern States, and ot '-r^eninK fugi tives who may escape. The Senator hinted that t i Bv.? | would aid the North in thia dialxJical n<oven ent. Is tbbr - not a fit matter for the Investigation of the government,. If we have a government? I no Senate In executive* session conilrmed tie nomination nf .ludj r lii.uk as ??te rtiary of State, and also sundry minor appt ut meats. The attempt in tie House to adjourn over for the l"? days signally fa -led. Tie re is very little fir the Ami rf can people to rejoice about in these days, and still 'cm when we Uko the jcntiment prevailing at the -.'-at of government as the standard of public feeler. The Meeting of the Pennsylvania <b lecatioa at the Ave nue Hotel was ai, nifleant for several reasons ?First that the proposition for the enforcement e.' all laws, fede ral and local, should emaiiate frm Mr Campbell, the republican member of the CooaaaiUee of Thirty-thr?-e, second, that Mr. Orrrde, republican sh?? ] adopt the re commendation of Senator Bigler, uemocm. , and agree to strike out the wwds that their enforcement should < ? secured at all haards; third, -Hat the said Mr. Gampl>ell should propose the restoration of the M^soori O tnpro mise line; anl fe rth, that the en'ijeet of dividing the Territories ieto St. ties should not have been introduced at all. All these prepositions were pr<vcuted, and they were rejeaiod after a free and .'aim conversa tion and ccneiderai/sn. Messrs. B i-ier and Hickman proposed vi rbal sexndmeute to the retxdctiont as uii uly paened unanimously. Mr. Crow objected to the fourth projxeition, lw?. much as it gave aa anduo repmentatior in the Sot t?, for with a population of half a million the Territories would have the sotce representation *, i_ilf A dtuci Sf the old States. Messrs. Grow, i!air, Onvode and Hiektnan were tho prin> (pal speakers is tho caucus, while Senator B?l<ir as Oiairman. had but Itftle to nay, eieept on points of oon sequence, and tfeaa U> save what h" could for the iftmMi from the preponderating i;.:' .1 nee of the republican oi the caucus. W uensmrnt Dee IT. l1"*'' S> nator Wade's a pee h was listeatd to by an nam- f ? iidietiee, and wss Interrupted twice by apph use from t o galkrke. once v.-h*c S iiatcr Qreen | ul In a favor* le > i,'h"ti mil i<f?i>r., aid again when Wide e | ? >k > of the nati'-nal ua|>ital ftlluig info tLe liatKU uf .Vortheriierc aa 1 the flag nf 'ft tly'na from lb d ime The *p< h pr. ? 'ndes nil poraibilty of a<ljustment. I'e soid the Momh have had the reign* ? f grvernni'mt for j ssrs. ar.d why should they 1 omptuln of a goverr iii^nt of * Uk h they hsvi bad the rostral. W-th the verdict of the pe> pie n their p-> ksts sa.d Mf. W^de, th? rep % ear* have ro r< nipreir. e to ifl^r or to tn dee ? the djy of 1 u>p -i nii?- ? ceased when the Missouri <Vmprx>m,- btll w?? f : ? aled. lie eha^ped th? Sonth with entertain ng a tdifid prejudice agsmst tb? North: ttist wb< r" <ri ,? f igl ttwe sitee had b<en rr*< ia-d by tho North, ten Northern era liai, lieen tarrod, feathered, *eon?red and mur dered. under < ircutnstances of cruclty that wonM dtsgrsee a savsg'1, by Southerners, f r even ?! it Irg to s'.y th'y vot"d for i.incola. The rep-ibli sns, he saH, woald sdminlster tlie govornm*nt at .t ws* sd ministered by Wi^hlngton. Joflers<?, Wauieon. Ja< S- n std Polk, sid In the spirit *dv rat-d by Henry Oay of li ssed net mry Sec ssioui'm v is denoun> "d as 're*S"0, ? edit mnsi inevitsVy re?nlt In blnodsbed. Then the |i 1 1I1 wouM assunie a prol? etoimte over M-xleo and CV trrl America, and colonise them with free black*. The *|>ee<J> has mv h exasperated the Smillieriiers, and We??rn d?morrat? d-^clare the' before Wade and hi* srmj >an reach the South It will hnvo to pass through $> uth rn ( bio, where It will recaivs a baptism of bioud. The ct y is much excited. In the H'niS' a resolution deciar'ng Pers'nal Liberty Mils enemstitnt tonal, snd rnndemniog all acts calculated ta mt?vfere with the event ton of I'oited States laws, was adopted by a large majority. Mr. Morria' (Illinois) reeointi'?, that no oai.se existed for dlssolut.on, wm adopted. 11m Pennsylvania, ObW and Illinois delegstioni met te. night. At tMPenns>-|vsnia OMOts, held In Avenno Hotel, Mr. Plgler, ohairnan, Mr. MeKi.lgbt. Secretary, arsanhitlon waa adopted in e*>ct that the people of fVnnsylvnnia were in fsvor of sustaining snd protoeting the constitu tional r'ghts of sll sections; thit al! the tswi should be faithfiiUy ai.d prompt)/ executed, that the t'nloo of ths iate?, the constitution and the law* of tho I'oited States, si ill be ms'ntalnod and enforced In sll their integrity. The nieetitg wn? qn te full; Tb*d. Stevens and 1 imm rk i-nly were absent. The seat meet* on the part 'if the Prarrylvania repnWleans, as expressed in ranens, w?re not at aii taJcvlat<Mi 10 bariBOBue mitttr*; bat ttifrkod <?' ttr ?< j, Tcptcd what they couM got from the republicans | t?en. Seott's proser.r< hwp t? jjalutury and may load to good results Ho regai at this moment as iriudbi m. J1.1 believes that HieWlcs that distraft Lho country may bo amicably arranged; and he is rtsady, wlita uQ good pat riot* and conservatives, to unite in sin cere ?s<K>rts to bring about no blented a consummation. Fanatics in and out of Congree-t affect to treat the excitement with contempt, an*l advise republicans to keep a stiff upper lip. V do?) >uUb was received here to day from Springtluld, touting that Judge Bates bad been tendered the position of Attorney General under Linooln. It is understood that he would accept. Judge Shu-son and Mr. Van Allen left hero this after noon for Springfield, it is supposed with a view of getting mi expression from Lincoln of some conservative opinions in regard to the present crisis. It is clearly manifest to all who participated last evening in the caucus of the Now York dolega* tion that there is do hope of accomplishing anything. There did trot seem any nniformi ty of opinion, or tondeury to compromise conflict irg opinions relat'ng to the avowed grievances of the South or their reli es#. Attachment to the Union was strongly expressed but the methods of preserving it were widely opposite. Many were decidedly for coer cion, others denounced it. This delegation, in truth, seems present in opiiomo tho conflict of opinion which at this precise point divides the country. Th'rro is little hope of unanimity among them. The President ent to the Senate to-day the nomination of attorney Cerernl Hlack to tho Secretaryship of State, which Wits cchflrmod, about one third of the Senators voiii.?- agauvt tho appcintreut. No other nominations v-i-rc transnpittod. Mio )I( i* -? o].>. > committee uras in session four hoars to day. It is represented liat they have gone earnestly to work f nd tho profile*, of something acceptable to the

country !-is improved. Caleb Cusliing, whonr irosence was requested in Wash ington. was in coa?<i cation wah tbo President this morolr g. Sw* clary TUon^no. left this morning fcr North Caro lina. It h undereV---! that, though ho fatnrs the seoes sion of the C .tt 'U * ite", he is friendly to tho resumption of t io roUtioiis wit'i tho others when the non slavehold er States roiiFent x> give such c<int<litutM>t>.U guarantees a? may bo ^ itifiwory. It is not apprehended fc"re that there ill be blood s led. Shoald the ready men of Niuth Carolina demand ?? surrender of "ort Mooltrie, Maj. Arder-on's lustruc ?ojiis are d?>*m I to be such as w ill enable L.in to rtUin an honorable *> -ition. Washtxow, Dee. 17, I860. ' The Senate }T the Tailed stale* printed ?n n^rp^ , icg-ccco to lay during the dollvery at Senator Wade * epte<h ?t ll III IHlftol two bouis ""id a quarter. An attentive f> roug in the p illeri a .??? *?? him. a l-temng Senate around him , and the n m'"^ < f the Fourth estate, largely represented, cat* htug every word ?nd committing ittolhc- ingodlicbtu ngf r the prtul public in eve ry jiartof t ie country, were among the features of ihe o? Viuny of lite aoWst nwu in the fcAion. i-f all pert jh. tjfcnutore, repr xent&V/oe and ?thars, from t)y v^'ih aud Soutli ? ho .lit cued lo ricuator W udo, igree t h"it w r.le ho uiter-d some of hi* '.<lc .-s in som? language, a. style peculi.irly hi, o^a.lh'U iw a whole lite ? peach a axe linently cuu?er**lt\i?. sir**lj wihio iho coLStitu lion and exactly wb a f<peech at tbetim-a d?a?ind?. *'ad*< rapwonts the ho-.eat feeling of the North. Th Jirr? tip opin on tf that the North s'tould >.peak out flrrt ?*.?? It uieeiis-ebmild ?ithoM Doih ng, but present W.M 3y?ad ttiM tu'ly, v-t Iri'idly, fb.? r -?A petition th? y intend '?to i Bunio in U ? went el sooesn"on jy ono or more Stat* ' -f i tlio Union 3 naf r WndeM 1 forcnca to the record ?>f his fatlier ?bo pall ntly fougl. the battle* of tte Ioointry tu d auwuxed *?: e tian, and b.J ryV a ti l perora tn .n and pledge V. (olio- the ?*ara* e of bis father in nr k .ldin? ibat m- wttU b M life, ??! only n appk-uw f: am the ?'.01ww?'"Ut ;,,w teoit.1 . in lua.y e><rf Mr. Johnaoa <>f M> <esae?, ?** 1&<* ?"w w-n.o.row, ?nd will uaJu Vaati -i.??ch. lb.. ?r (mm JiAjiw -d y .twl Thureliy i?*t for Territorial fcuslne# when Mr Urow from the Om> nullec on 'IN trv-or ;e*,- v ill bring f<* want fo* r hills to or ^aniie Idaho, Nevada Hao tali luel Ai Iionn ion it irisa* Tlio anti slavery prov?c will l*e in?*"i"'d in racb ?? but iftbeeUvepuwerof tnc Home vfe oh pre<fc>m;n.te<. i* ?trong enough to vr*e it out. 1 1? r*p?hticus will ne\ ertbelcw< \o?e for the bills witboctthe ni+afor In i i m By tins more the meai>er* North units nth w ill ho \ lot" preserve their poiiti<al roeord.and it n unit" the : 1 >rc* in orga&iiiug the Terr ories, ?? rae <f wh h ??rc at p " sent controlled by mob law. Pome of the Indian. t vultures who fiino-"d Lin otn at Chicago are here, iwlliRg what they tail, their jnfl' 'TC? with Mr I. ncoln lo obum office nnd< r hi* a<t%n nmlra lion, uae of the? TUl'.urse, who b.w: h f"re attempted to briho the republican party >>y his nfamons !? said to hive < burned a ?2.000 draft 'r< m aprstnmeot Citizen, with a promi#* Vo r? ward tho h'.tt r with A i"X tiruUir appointment from Uncoln. Th- Uoufie del'-gat i< n t rom Sew York t ill cauci,j ?i4;ain on Wednesday even >ug. This evening Attorney Oeneral Blaelc wr* rm''nr. H by the rienato as Pecretary of Male, and ther- "?m? to J> a fair prosject that Edwin Ptanton, of thia oily (forn t il) of tlhio), will be namvl m AtMl' T f?e?< r-?l and t alei> Curbing, who has survived tb<* Sate k (k itder's a ?i ''I chiirge.W talk?4 of for I le vacancy upon the e .js ^ bemb. The opponents of Curbing arrue rt. n S*w r Und ought not to have two Jodgea npon that \mub I have the highest authority for sorting U">t Mr. 1 o ooln tiM not oOwed Judge Mute, M Muwwirl. the p. ?iit D of Prrtcl ary of the Interior. U Mr. Hate* in* rnie th ratuiiit be will be Attorney Geoeral. The eee'iaiwit -f the pe?>ple? which Mr. IJacola will e mmilt la h'? Cha nel po.nto tea l"ene?ylv?nl?n for ill" Int' i "i b p 1 learn by private Utter fn^i >| r.i.* < id, I Xr 1 ;Iie- 'n ? !l I. . "Ill" 1.' r" ? ? !' r t'le '.'d ? i Ti ?? Me h following the eiaaipJe of Mr. Bwcl. in and ot'i ' w-.u d be h -et by the offl ^e, * g \ t i * I ? e th j ?,<!'? of ! -? ; portmentu ? 1 ' 'r ' : read;, to a?*uni.- th-ir r< it- ? v r p -i' ' i <i rep ildl. iui fneudx # h i l.iai in no#e bwt iaipr?cti< abl< s, who whli t-i lavohe him .i oovipllentioiie or who h >ve a?* ?!' ir W'B ?' ' *' 1 eUve or aiiu*e*t e't rv The *tnt'm> nt thai tnere is a repuMiean m femt in tbia city to mdure Mr. I.lneoin tOMMnn ' tn vt? w > fore the 4th of Mar<h - not trno. T.." r?. ? can* are o| i?eed U? any sivb |??ln y, boiie 1 1 thit 'ha' ?vrr he may M> In the future will be garl> I an I i i s represented. Jiii-I as what Ivi b-is eaU in tb* |>a*t :.a? Iwen. Ilia ye ws are l-efore the touniry I n in as ri i n that Mr 1 in<x>in will do nothing in *lminlsterln| th govert.m ut ?? destroy or in any way lo m( ?.r tbi t< i r. tortal polk y laid down tn th" Ch'' afo platf..rm as I an of anything esi iiuig. Thai fact inlffht na weil be kn ?u flrst as last, If there a the aligbt?>?t donM anywh? ? i the ?ub)? ? t. 1 ipeth what I kuow, if 1 ko?w what ?: rlaratkic* menn. The Per.k??iaOr.mmilteeef tli rty thr'-e hwS a 1 mj;- ? p ,m to day, but there vr*s very litik ' ne fvr the ? i. ? lion <f the Vaton. Hon * of the sentlemen .ompr .,: , that remmlitec whom the pe^le b?*f put h re to Irani" ? i the pnt-iic hiisineea of the country, devoted nio^t n the time of the mwlon in tleoomnlnf the h*nw Y rk Hp- .u? correepon lenl? atal ks?I here iw n<"i all w their de.ibern- : >na to be prtvat"'. Houi<* of the taem her' , a view of the Instructions they recrtvod t" fir ere terror rtrkkaa lo-alfht, and are very ckw m.mih I The fact is, thst bes.dee the k ng deWto M' ted in m terfenrf with the iuauu>'a "*'?lar bwt?ee? tb<s<oa mittee did nothWf but wranglo ahoi.t thi r ie- of business. Vity dually vottd to t >k i up H. Winter forte's proposition retiring Marshals to ?e ' ver fugitives lo Ibe diatri-'l JtKlg" 'n the ?* ? tr.ei (f ti.e Hale esesped frttn, an1 gi.wanU . ^ a Jery trtal of Ideniity. Thie lo bu la 'tod oT Pi reonal Liberty bilto, and to gusrd against kiJaafV1' it. Pome of the extreme Sonthern men oons;d< r th * prop el lion lo be a demand for concession Ibat I hey <o"iWI n<l concede, as tbef preferred the mmmry k.dkr^ ; Ing stjle at preeent prov de<l for In the fugitive law loa hiry trial m a Southern State, where th* Jurymen would be all ?lavebnldere. So Tole was tak*a upon the adopt ioief the rw "lit n?, nd after eonauriing f?tr hours in do ng noth ng tl?e eom mlt'ee a<tj?nn?ed. The trouble a*""it the wni't*1 is that II d< ee net ;*>i??e? the adhesive ^nel Uee n<v?e >ry to *iTe *h? I'ti'ca t^mald Tg'ijlw w^'Jd ?'fi,?-*alv t y piefwable. Mr. Pavis, of Mississippi . auiie unced to tho House thw afternoon that bo could not vnld to tho demands made in the Committee upon the South, and r;ske.| to h? ox tuned, and tho llousc excused him Senators Cameron and Uigeier u>d twenty thr :o demo emtio ami republican members composed the moeting of the I'enusj Ivania Dele.-ation to night The House to ilay adopted resolutions enlorting th* constitution of the United Mates, which every member took an oath to suppoi t at the commencement <>t" the (Vm griss, the Declaration of Independence aud Was.iingtou'* Farewell Address aud, it is believed, would have "it 1 dorsed the Ton Commandment.-" had not a largn number of members been knew a to be opposed to tho sixth, seventh, eighth, ninth, and tenth com maud m nt .-j. Thelllinoi, House delegation b id a meeting to nijbt on the state of tho nation. Luvejoy and Morris were a.).- ut. .the latter accidentally so A resolution wnsagroed u; 011 informally, that Illinois is in favor of the Constitution aud tho Union, and that the lai ter must and shall bo preserved. Another meeting wi.'I bo called, when an < fl>rt will be made to have a full delecutlon present, including Senator* Trumbull and Douglas. in order (hat the resolution uwy bo formally and unanimously adopted , an it in believed it will W? Mr. Dougia; and all his friend* being St.' ongly nguinst secession. 1 he entire delegate n of Now Hampshire, SSonator* and nil, held a meeting, and unanimously came to the deter mination that the true course to be pursued id to pioteet the public property and enforce the rovetiuo law at all hi./urds. this morning a number of republi can PrnatorH and representatives culled upin General Cuss, nnd congratulated him upon his lato course. Tlie venerable state, man seemed much at fected at their visit and eonverua' ion. and the Interv ew in many respects most ploasant and friendly. More than twenty of the clerks under ,-ociet iry Tic mp son are said to he on leave of absence and are <u the South, actively engaged with the ? ??<?: ; .n.e's. It Is expected that the South Camlin t Omimiiisionors will arrive here on Thursday, he ided by lanr'nee m. Koitt, to negotiate with government for Fort M ml trie and Fort Sumter. Tho government have no prop, rty to sell In South Carolina. Twenty-two members of tho < >hio delegation, including Senator Pugh, assembled to night t<> deliberate upon tho presont state of affairs. Mr. 0>rwiu in the ch.ur. With two or throe exception* tho delegation wore ready to unite with Governor Cor win in a re.solutlou that thero exist no real cause for sooeesion. This resolution w is supported by Mr. Howard, demo crat. He was mot by Souator Pugh and Mr. Vallandig ham, who took opposite grounds. Their opposition de feated the object of the meeting so far as harmony was concerned, and it adjourned without accomplisbiug any result. THIRTY-SIXTH CONOKKSS. BfcCOND PKfilON. Senate. W *hbtntox, TV?c. 17. Mr. Ci-ujv'e, (rep.) of N. II. resolution o? m<{ nr. , , < queeting the Prei'dent to inform the f*>'U?.t wrh.it >im berofmen Vrere stationed at Fort* Moultrie and sum ter; whether In hit) opoii'U the number v.; i-Vi ut > defcai tlxwe fort* Ifiiut any nt'.wjlc or doui -i c Vio lence; ?whfilirr iidU.lionul tnon had Uoeu ordered ' >? iu> r Of mid fbrU, or any atep? taken to put Ibeoi in to raetot auy attack, in w liof.o c _.U?ly tli ? arrenal a", Char; >? ton ia p lac ad; wtm' nrnin and property ara tliore kept, or, if removed, !?y whom: why aaid nrius are not pit in pj< ?-.-i.m Of officers of the l'nited ."tatw, up.1 a rci'iiaitlor or If ihlsbMcvt-r been refused; and Hrtkcr, what in."' tiouah*'" bees piven to the o'.iicer "f r ,1 forts In i . < l a datraml to urri ndor thou. t>y i. y pur? i >?r ri'thoi ty r.iad? uj? n th-m; alio, the r<ipi<>.< r ntiy correnp ir 1 c nco bet'vi < n tU? Comniaadt'i m1 . i" . th ? A'n ricmi iirtny. relftt.ve to the m c< Miity of )>;?; , in/ i i ? i M'ic r.> ? f a ; f? -r t ?< Vit1 | i ' * t *ot i'-n . A <- r Mr. "&?<>?* objected t<> Ha coii -HlTuti >n, - i it w w Ui l uvor. Fifu?n hmrrrr* additional colon of ?>? PrraMcnt's and acoo'i>i>uio iug doeuiwot* *<ro erJoi-?d. Mr. Wn.<n, (rtp.) of Mi*#., iiitro>l'ic *1 u joint -??oli tiiiti for tiic ropoal of tho r<aoltitK>u of Juuo V for tin- ro lief of Wm. It. Dc O.root, whii U uru* rifiTred to ?ln> (Jnm an Mr. (? m.ks , ('opp ) of Mo., moved th&t Wednesday *1 1 riior* lay of u >xt ? ?eek be fct apart for IVrrito* i.tl btml Baa. .tjfr<<?1 to, Tho bill 10 oury out iho cxiMinjr trenttan batw?tn Um I ntted Muat?a suit Mexico wiu tak- u np. Mr. IvBoit, ("PP.)of ? explained 'hat the obtwt WMtOMy the m.M ipiW tli" Mexiran irnvriiment out of the tnom-y* In the Trwary appr,.pr.a, ?>i by M?xm-o mi ? rdiuK to tbii troity. Mr IftMid. (rc|> lofM'v.o' tfi too b.lj, H aum It would l?"ad to it i* vlalon of ail the d??i >kiii? II" w in wr .llirsc to tiav* .u n? ? r? imnlr?i"ti to exiui- n.- tV rlniiu? ll?* moved to am tt>4 uxordinjiy . .Mr. Eii vKD, Jpp. ) i'l IX-I., ob,je-tvl to tins eutln' bill. At one o'clock, 3 Powoll*!, (opp ) of Ky. . rue ??uti< n ?w taken up. Mr. H *. i , (r p?) ? f Ohio, Mi l- At n lim" like tlii*, wh<n then- s^'Bta i<j be urn. u?l e*< i? incut, I hnv' vr? Htm faith to tb?? HReMy of any antumrat, b-.i' I inu?' air, when In t un v?*ry ? baoiber, wliaro wr natno all rain-it ,nr liat. lit to bovi-n and U** an <*itli thit ?<? w<m M attain To "i>ttnt"ii of tbo Tnii' il stit s, w<? hear It 'a'd by many J4eeal'w? tlwt are up"ti ih" tw of a <1 ?<>!'it>'>!' of ih,n l i i 'ii, ami thnt y i,- ron et.titlki<n I" tw i..-jf pii?d uiii.r i-mi. nl?uo .pid." F'n b rirrrin?tarn-< a eoi'-na t?- ?>? akin to tr<-.i- n if ? -If. W ? linn I >i<-n<-d |oi o>ini>ln.iiU( mi tbo oil. r I t<> of tb * i h.n*l?rr p??i?Hly. .u<4 wait an ir li i.t d?- ri- 1<> a* irfi.iin ?b?' U?i:v wend1 Ttnt 1 oi..ir??a I Am ui i1 :o to ui ? i-ijiu^ v^liat it (>f ? !i )< ih y ' mpliia. ib |nr ?y wtil' h ha.' lat' ly <-l< I iho i'r? t? ut, and ?< pi n furtively -ottomr nt*|*?wr, h?v> n^v?r hi-kt it ? nn <?? r ili ? n vtrtiH ??!??, i. -m in > iikIii idiial uf ib''oi. Tl? rr t n ii. i.n .li 4l_ ^ .4i t hi.-*- joti'im- <? I ????, ri-t of Wk^ti ?'i o ? ' |i'.i:n Ir aoy ?*.< I? ? tmr* an Initial tony bmi lar at ua, ttay am rn'ri 114 pr' li- iwm iih- -ii uj .1* v*> A imr* a>. n, a i<m. II .1 1 > 1 t ui niiwsrrMitklal. ir Ju/m< | wicti l.i.iiCT 1 1 n '? 1 .1- I|<| >< r " . ? ? r ,V 'III 4 I 1. i' li. 1011 I '...y ran <? .rr% 1 m- Dm* I ?n li .1 1 aoy |x>lllli al in- pfc- that ml w< aolr l hy- t>n < 1, uiiu-'ii i Bd<r nhMi wi> 'ro, or tr- n h -i i a 11 <r , Ib<v ln*il "*J h It rr '?? r. <n)pmin'xi>, 1 r I % t.l r r ? r r Rh ' r > wh<? I %m wi.. i? nn w n^?d apfif?K-h tnf with a 'hp if th.it th# i-neru iii. .tt ?' to *V 1 V1 ' 1? a 1 Li p > thw | ba?? ikiW.i a; /'I Wf fl ol hi > o. ihut DettVI of ItMltaR ttait 1 ib< 11 <*>' * ?!?'' 'hi w 1 n?< I an wo ig, I bo r ? !> :o r kht ' ntli< it V.ic** or '< nij ii., in-. V' w.wl tr ? of wlirt fenttona c?tarteii>r Whanf left my Hon ? ho ? *?' l'i f nic h th in t !?<??? ? ? rijr. <br.->rf?t avl <1|,U'I| '* ? I hi?rO ?if M, o|" .t . , ,'in I p ir. h | ll.rro w V 111 r?ii'?< ta InUtT'ljii thn 'iirtn<%liOti* mar t- <if .,1 v F it r. ? 1 iv Vi 11, t 1,1.1 1" n. , w. ^ivrntdfWt now ffc-tf lnt*i \ ? bihr h *t .-.tnid at ali im mrh the r,-','r n"n<' ' ?! l r *? kmw tha t' r-hal I ? ? 11 a; 1 ?? *??? bni> ti! ifw?r t> rlfhi" 4 %?)??? fin 1 ai > ;.r 11% I*- Tli- ?'? 1 r ,? 1 t- ? ( f i ,, 4 w 'IiouMIjivi a h\i ??il'r? -r <11 It I* r?ry ir D" t)tf<t tl> rnat r? |n l> V wi party, which !?.? 'w^n.orifaHi*'^ ?v -r n> o 'i'ii *w;o l tho M rl ? iiripfofiH*", wji ? li , n o y .u four yca.*? full Wrinlrn ??!*! " ntr"f1b * m,4 iiaultiuiii ba? fault" I,?.?dl ai.ipo' asf D< .tt m >-|it lav iti : | fv (??J ,'fc *'Ra w^nM barn ri*tflti<| 0 111* tiii, ? way. It. l? tru"? tl * party ha? r*rr 'I Ibc <l.ci? n, ' < ? ? it ??TT*"-' an_Tt>'t r ffwin* o t . ?,f ih ? il"?tl a Htb" mi.*" "f tb ? pnwcm "*rn iri'-bt hi ih<? o otry N'iw. wt.<<? if It tb.u H r rnpialnii** 1? 11 tliii mtixrity that tlt*y ha'o ai i to an 1 ipp ran1 . vd and agftiaalro jr>iv*wnoi <t So rac'i tbliiK m that, r. *.v. ? Rl t ?<ii ) < ar 'haf . (r! y ft r * ? wlvn I> |. , ?t T ' ' K '? 'V , ti rii ri ui I I hi*. thw todrnw up i hill "f irdl 'm-mt .?,? ? * ak king -and b* m, th-y ?r n u il>m wlV!< t ? . ,:d ? fortf ???h"pi-i ? '?f ?!.< 1 PompUinlo Until"' h ?' '' ft 'yHfii in iVm forth, aari M ?ha ft .it art alt <d ro|>< trhn?nt will go J' wr. t > r** t. r'lv t? J tfjr ?h?n hi' ?Hth'ydM. l/t m, ili-u, ??? ? M p?tr! '* hid br -n ?? f ih<? rf? wu. 1 r rr."n b?-"i "f tho F'rit"l> farHammit of i?j? diwiti.rmt par'y thut I ?1 r>t!od Or t lit itun fur thirty fmt> pirvf. s If i?virt of irilfyinf what thojr did ?? r* ?;m ' I , wl " w>?*W ft' I 'iart ! mm of (i <? t ultrwv ih?y ?? ' iw right hat" y.<n, v ho 1 ? h?d it '?*??'? i.t in ? ? ir n*n h.-.ndt, irhi h?vp t?*o bMii?i, fnorythin* that ha< horn d? i ?>. to ? ? ? . t,or? tii?? y? h??t> Ina 'p^irw?.-.i ?pi ain'lrvii hv tbo artl- 1) of ihat wry ffrnimn' fl wuaM tinv* ?n Oct of ir. m>?. *ml 1.,,'hi i* tw i. How, II f *h? it li?r* !*?> 'wtdwm of th? mo?V u NNMH, *r? ih#y in ? p> H?on ??! ?r ?'i? ?<i n <?( It. rovonnv ot I'* >oan> ftotl Whv, lb#/ hn p hai n or- than :wo lli rd? of ;)i? f'wBit ? f?r ???? T vft-*. Y? ii t( M C mi 'Kto rppr^rit I uTTTTm* mr>r.t ttuiii <n# '(vinrter nf th? fr?w p-'p>? of ?f * Cfctt'-d "'?K T?t jrr.i| htvo p-?^sl)r<l for ??-ft ?mr< p*?t IB t?? CublnM if th# Prr?l.l. nt, *? I in ?h? w i |.rrm O-nt of tbr Ottod H iter ml t rtry , "'ii f th# roy?rri?H-nl Thn^o wh ? iiu*! wbh /.? * h*v? the po| rT nf "be f"r?rrm"nt. '? it got ?t'Ulur* th?l IV*? Who nrr-m |tn> |v II ?"> -"nn- h?rr> mtNpfelB ;fi* thu* Ihp-r nr'<i* b ?** 1 " Ihtt mbmt (? th? rtmitp ?f thi? rrw?t *inH> in rt w'.uli "I *i\ ? t. lly j,-r*?lh <n ? <*" '"KT f r if Ihr w*'p?wn nr"1 ?" t mi, tlwr* in * r if n i-f ?? rmr ?t> ????? -t'i? <n??1 t?rir iwm of th? !* m i hatk.i- wt uml 'iV? ? ?? rfifi of trrmr in r?r,? #nrtrf At ?v??-b Ki nil*? . f? lN?r <f Von'mrn Ml Mlf ?*> bark. if i i , l ? it" i it, font**"*!, b? inr iry m-"'# m r?(f?r.| t-< I Ul? !?*??. I 4" rd '** r?r' 1?r fnT?TO |r?*l tn ? f '?? >!*? thi* In .,?||? r ? ?!# for tl ?*' o*tbr**fc? of p if mo where i here outrage. prevail w*i ??? liireign government, ami if they were reu8f authorise I by the 00n.4tU.uled autboritu>. everybody known, if It vere tin 'm .ft go vernment in tbe werld, wo would di.lare war in one day. But what has caused this great i:\ciU-in utv I will tell jou what I suppose It im. I do 'Hit so m>:< n bl mo the people of the ."-'outli, because I think tli -y have been lad tn believe that we, to-d*y the dtninnnt pai ty. who are al;out to take the r ii ins of gtv.< rucmil, 1TO tin'ir mortal foes, und st.ui i ready to tr.impl ;n i1" institutions under foot. Ihey have been told go by oar enemies ut th?> North, and they would not hear us :it ull. .Vow, I wish to Inquire candidly, honestly und fajriy, w bother the Southern gentlemen who complain no much have any r< nionable grounds i'oi that complaint ? 1 mnan when lb< y are rcullr Informed as to our position. Tho North' m'democrata have naid we 1m , h T'oi?onftl Liberty biU* in some few of the NV ih.rti States, wbieh would ?omt-Low trench upon v'ur i .ght.-* to recapture runaway slaver? a position ihit in not mure than two or ttf'ee eases ku tin' least foundation in fact. Hut if thes: law* lire reullv repi guant to tie cons'.itutli n, tliey are utterly void, and the c?. ???* would de< laro thetn ?o at uny mo ment. Ifcer efore 1 am glad to be t Senators ou the other Hide nay they do nut com plain ol these bilU. Your men l.a\eg.\in i p ili> li'Hiu of contention, tlili matter of complaint, whkh Noitln in meu have set forth as a griov anee more tlian any one ei^e. Mr. M 'son P;?i?l that he said the re|>eal of theeo law* would furnish no satisfaction to the .Southern Status. Mr. Walk ? I understood the gentleman to any be did not know na tie y 1, d been Injured by them. Those laws were cot intondi a to excite the South, or to put them in any position of degr*(Wti >n, us thp Senator stip prtKF. These laws apniMtklili.. \iptng arc as old as tho common law itp"|i . | believe the state of Virginia has one (o-daj as Stringent in it.- provisions as any ot thoee of which you complain. And here let me nay, Because the subject occurs to mc, that tin Senator from Virginia '?eems not so much lo |>oint out any i- |>ecitlc aeta that th? North em people liavo don* that aro injurious to your proi ei ty, as something lie takes to bn a dishonor and a degredatkw. I think T feel as senM live en that snbject <e any other man, If if ! know inj - pelf. 1 wen Id be the lasi r .ho would advocate any law, or any act, that wou. .initiate or dishonor any n ctlon of this country, or any individual in It; but, on tin* utliei h iud, I' i u e ti 1 th ne gentlemen I am exceed ini-ly i eaeltive n tliat HUM pout, whatever they may think, and had rut bar t -taiu an injury thun a:i insult or dishonor, and I would he > iiuwilling to nilict it upon others as I would be to submit to it myself. I j m \er do cither the one or the other, it' I know it. iKt 1 have already said tie >o gentlemen who make tli -e i . ioplaints have f<* a long Series of years had tins R iveiBtlM'nt ill 111 ,r own h.imlH. I may my these gentlemen who have raised ii|K.n this iloor thi-ir bill nt indu tn.ent against us, have in ri th" leaders of tbe di n.iiian t party r years; therefore, If there is any tl.injt in the |i iM.-lation of tho federal government tluit is not right , yon . and not w , are responsible for It. We never yet ba\e been Invent t with power tocontrof the legislation of the oonntry for on Inmr. I know tho charges have been made and rung in our ears Uiat we have been unfaithful lo your Fugitive Slave bill. The law is exceedingly oillo is to anv free people, and deprives us of all the old* guaiai 'ees cf liberty that the Vnglo Saxon rare have eons, .ered moru saerod thau anything flat-. Mr. G*rxs Mid perhaps the action on iliis law bad not Injured any body, hot ho complained of ibe public sentl ment. He new that It ?i- impossible to reclaim n slave iu nine case* oat of tea, and iliey rlafced their lints if they made tbe attempt, He thought the law no more Obnoxious than any iu c.u-e of sound rsls who rob and steal (Applaus? in the galleries. Tbe CHua said tbe naileries mut t be cleaned if tbo applause a^atu was heard.) Mr. >\ >1 f. ? V< ver mind; let them cheer the Fugitive .-'lave lnw .1 tl> >' [dense Mr. M?.- ^ mi: i he .-hould in ut on ordcf1 U tbe intligni ties to th> ii?t' did not ' ease. Mr. Wadt? Thlf would be a jxHir remedy for a free man In humble elf m-'tnc r to b? taker. under the provision of tbi lull to be carried where? Wltere Im* came from. Then li" u.i^lit be e.iri d i to tbo inaTkst plane any where in ii tlave state , :aid what sdhiinoe hai< lie? Tin man nay be kidnaped and e.-vried Into ever lastirg slavery and doe any nutn who bus u, reirard lor tie Hover ,;n rights of the Slates rii" hero m d complain lint a state could : "t make a law to her own |ieop'o a,-tiu *t i vision and seiaure? 1 believe ef all men I h< #e who 1 avo iu;td" ib'itvieiof base cwnpla.:.tr hi ?? th last w 2.-> #>?i|d rise hero and <Uny the i-owei iifjtji v re tr . . ? u> | ?tcct her own clti/'t iir r ?t un> fedai si li whatever Then tlliert) In have i een mad*, no' with a vl- w to degrade th? -* ' ili i.':t with on lieu t view to guard tiki rights ?f their own citisstiH from .tmiawi'ui r?ne*reh and seta are*. I wee exceedingly glad to beer .-MiuttOiK on the other sidt that tnu r< ,? tlet U . v.i.; will not re liev> the ca. * ' tu llie di:'lcu!tle."- . I I have heard it everywhere tl. at the neeplo of t!?< fr>-e s'tnte* are un faithii I iu executing the ? ug tiv? -"lave law. It hait been mvtd. under *?cl? cur?"iriainnre.? hate, that, although I w im sure us n \ own ;-taU?, >?? ' I could not believe a wcrd ol' what they wore tying. I u ver did and never eonl ' . until our en?t les hei e rise iu their pl.ic< and. w '.ill it mat Dsnilml\ 1 oomtticad, n.uo said thiawas not so. My colleague (lir. I'ugli), villi a magnanimity f r which I give h rii my th.uo?-, hPf stood forth to I testify that, in the Stat< I in |mrt r< preat at, republican luCges. courts Mid Juries, bsv* fnilUM tins repulsive duty w th perfect faltfcii 1m ,s, und so *i?d the t at< >r flOin Hi 1 1 1' p .. (Mi. Ikjui; tMj, and mi 1 uiiiierr'tO'Ht tbe S'< t.al"r fr? m I?<?i i n (Mr. r trb) to hare uM. 'Ihere fi re, this c I'umt j ii? r> mov. <t frem s, s > Tarns the state m<nts <f onr pidltleel enemies nn do H I know our co?rt? feel litems' hen hound to administer Mm laws Jest hf th>-y fiiid I be rn. I>t in< say to gentlsnv-n of tbe Hensteou the other ?dde, wl.ereyou have l<*t ene slave by tlte imfnitlifi In i" "fl'g. Wive tr.baiL'ils, we htvehafl t<n iiien murdered by voiir m<d>- against law. lcam>ot t.ike t:p a Mi'iitfeern paper but I read of men who travel for bv-ine-i' . but yon w ilt upon them by some commit t"e and teQ tbem to relnrn. And what Is the e?ase? Wby, > r you i < me ftam t?blo. and th- y don't in<|'itre wli^t perty yen h< toi g to. Many of th-se acts have hwn done t.itder elrenn stances that wonld disgrace a sav.i re. Wo have no security in trsvelling nearly one-ball' of thlti ? nf< rr.ey? t specially Ute (inlf states. I d'?'t core what i. Lit?ii * character may be, end if be never vi<> liiteo <tny l.i w uudi r h..vm but Ifbc cotuce from the Ni th.u d' i? < lolly If lie has exercised bis iiollticitl lightis md votedfor Ijnodn instead of somebody olw. it Is mi offl nee | .uiahnble by indignity, by atrtp< e, and >?> di.ith. And you, whose constituenta are guilty itil Utiles, ced stand np and ac .tc us of being unfaith ful to tbe rot. ?tit ution of the Und! I m.ike tbe insert loti here, that I do not 'lelieve In th" hi- 'ory of the world there ever was a nation or a <? pie Where s w on pi gnant to the general feeling arax ev> r exctuted with th ? same faithf ilniss as has be- n this nioft repugnant Fugitive Slave law You have a law in S< iuth Ou? 'iua by wb?U yon take tlie free ? Itl/ ' < of Ibupsrhtisi its ir any > tber nutniime State and !>v k th m up in tall tuider a |>eualty. If the poor man uuui'H tvty th? ail .- , i ternal i-iavery stares Lim In tbe fa^c It s monstrout law. n vo, ting to the lioet feelings of b imam t} and in i onfltrt *nh tbe eonetitoiioa or th? t'nitcd .-taue. I dcai t say this by way ?t recrtmln tUnn. I kn-iw the i \t .i< im i.t p?rve<l<ag the . ouuuy, iMfi I do not wieh t'>?''da pir?l' eual to ue flame. Ke verthel ng, 1 ?>b M wh-'1" truth i > app?ar. Th >n . what Is it f You have lie wl.ois if * i.t i us i of the conatrv; yoo own tt?o t Met i sad i! e s?-n?te md I may a Id yoe own the I'r soiiwt t-f I nited ei iiee, as much ae von own the eer tiuii* < n y?"ir own |dani itkua. But I lao't s>< why .-?.title in in . n rle?' up and con plain of the actlou of this ^"vernin'bl 1 hate ntretuty shown It i* impop >iiile to I lot out tiny efts of which tbe republican party be n gmliy 'if *ldrh yon ran eomplaio. Therefore, f tit.dernard .' .t tMaterw who jWlf? the am throw of l! government? who would brwak It up ?nd rrs<ilvc It into it- i al ebm -la? -do it on a mere st:-pic ? n that the rrpi 1 .UN p..rtv may aMhii.li a aff.jci their righta. N"W whs' trb.es <>? vrs boid (ktrimnntal to you? Are we the hi. S f< n(, of airy new 1o<!trlne wader the ' i i *i ' I t< II y.?i nay There i* no print pie i i ?' v 1 tlie grsM r< ; 'ihlicin pf-ty that luw not !l I fie s .. ti< ? ? \ ur povernmeat for m'ire than sev ? in. 1 1 >r>i ^ i u have ehanged your opinions; we st.md wh' r> w ?c<l to st ii |. W ?? stend on the slavery q ,es In -i in 11# ; ' . ">rm' rfy i- ip.e^ t> y the m st revered slaleemi II of tb.s natH?. every om of them. Wash !? ' it*rs Vonrcc. Ad..m- . Jackson and IN Ik in . lifiva. Aid tbe 't-t -r. ! st t ntn. Henry (lay. of Nhweetl m?>m"it with hit dying hresth, as<ertM Ue doe trine we h- i? ,y W by, then, ore w < held up !>? foro the e. em IN It ?? '- ? In ,f yn rrfl>,.' |t is lt-e In t di> ion is i i hat i?<i inn th> ?" oplnioea. Tbe i wia,.t I v :,4i U i ef m,, i m. of? You " ' "'V bills Y mi don't ccm ' 1 i" ,'*n '? a t i"i.t man and will prohahh" ? ' ;'T b. yon. lie . Ai r i -im? tJeorina (Mr. u" ' u 1 " spi'iei ?ne n Mr Uttola w ?'" ?iiy aei o t I t- of ibe onatHMloa Mr ' i ? ? "s sa id he hod mid mi ?neh tbiet? Mr. M > at,, he uudetet -?i tlie s-natcr say co am! het.ndf 'f tb< grtovai<ee tol,.. Ui.it tie OnV Magis t'aie. wiih tiK- jiowi r t?f fOf*rhm?kt, could dtaeai with sis vt r? in l? n veare. Mr. Ivn * Mi i be ?iii I l>>? rrpi hlwuii part* might do n^.irr It*' llx'i.cbt Mr. III. Ii< ui'i iL? tut toe. *h< n be fonld, * tTi Vr Wilt? It 1a it ?<? rn-*t ? n*"T ?"iv? whut tb? P Mil r ?ald. I *?'. thai Vr ljiw!? ? rhtfwlrr. fr"iit I. * TOMlh I t> 'H-n ???* '!??? ham an ri? ht to (l av ny afi-r* nre llmt lis aill Iitiimmi on the r c'.t of ??>) rr.?? ?? ' >r Xr* burhr wiy u <W a?ipj>.a|. t,?.?i it i, u ? It* cf unwftrrnntad pr-)n.ll 'o, notfiii n i ltr 1 hav l?!om i to arcim him bar" for ??, .it a ?' *? Ttw? in very general term*, t,.. I, ?, i, . iwf. and I (Jo tie' know where lo tnmt von nt ail l? il ? tf wivthn g in our |>Utfor? detrimental to . ?.r r if lit* r.:? ? In modem time* jrou nut up a <lif. wii n? r>'t ?<r .-ti? ii rf the rnrietlfiitioo from ouraf Wo ? n it. ? t ..?er, tr -i. k . but you hare ?wlVb?d off. a* ,< *ir?. ' '-'ti ?riri|j. r traok, m4 aMTt your doctrioo to t .?? >*U? ? <?*. that * fiil. Mr I'. ?1II. p ) "f Ky., called the Heaalor'n Mten ( t to ftia c?e <ft Ck.teruor lamiaon, and asked tf be Ji??tf|r,f It. Vr. * 'p* mM that lawyer* nnd judma miffht dim* |(e 'hmrbt f irntior Pewiiana a rouran foun ted ua a de r r ' hm I j Judge Hanabury.of Kentucky, aad oo a pr* ?' 1 ? ?< t t y l)M Cor rn->r of Keltueky. 1 1 wanted l ho Senator t? anewer Ilia Mr. V WM uot folag to Nt caiachJaed Im ? quaat ion i ' Vw \ . I ? ni 1 he deapaired of <t<'Ul?f ?n *n?wer. Ho Wic-ad t V rr w If tin- "aator waa in fa*or of a rigid en f. femrnt i,f it, Fi.i'i. raMare law. Mi *, i.. -aid he t: id not know aa ha wa* a wlta-aa in thm fair. . . "r. 1 +mw i ?at?i he had a rear.i'itlmi in o(|Hr. ? W*t<r. d<-?iine<l to g?*? way lo h? catechlaad aay V/ -'rrwwtt ? d he? ' *M eot hire raHed for apaetA lat'nr MT he fi< In't w . < to b? < ite< Maed. Vr W >?<?"! ! ' ? ? !? ?n tli?t tfie dominant party hare i, t'ltoi to i mpla'n of tn point of ie?ielatK>u 1%e |iiimiM l.l' Ujt Wt? Kltt I'MML)