18 Mart 1842 Tarihli Burlington Free Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2

18 Mart 1842 tarihli Burlington Free Press Gazetesi Sayfa 2
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CONGRESS. CTY liave litllo to spunk of tiiis week, except (Ut'.y-..on the p:u t of our national lo Ijii'.ilor.a. Tho exchequer hill, the apporlion imurmll, thc-Tiiiiff, mid other measures to restock a ltanKrupt liensurv, arc 'still, so fai nt action i concerned, among things in the l'ut'ir. . OinTiM'Stiny the President trans mitted two special messages to tlio House of l'eprescntatives. .The' first of these was in relation to tho Treasury deficit ; stating the fact th.ttuipwaids of tlireu millions nro im mediately and absolutely uecossury, to meet tlio expenses of tlio -Government, and tlio Pcercta1;,' of tlio Treasury urges action upon Ke loan bill, which sliall by somo means in ducr people to take government stock, and )g loavo tlio department at liberty to ncgociats for loans during a longer period than it can iindcr'thu present law. U. States Treasury Notcs liavo absolutely been protested in New ' York, and wo know not but in this city too, for non-payment. Tho oilier special mes iigeuf the President was called ont by the arre.st of Ilogan, at Lockport,and reiterates the ruconimeuilalion in his annual message that some act should lio framed to meet such ' rasrj. It is understood that tho committee on the Judiciary in the House of Represen tatives have a bill ready to report, tho substance-of which is that persons ai rested on charges, to the prosecution of whit li tho au thority of the Soveieign, or international rc- l-iliniis-m ty he interposed as a bar, shall have a right to remove their case, by petition, to : the U. 5. Courts, without trial in the State Courts. Tho Committee on Manufactures will pro bably bo able to report next week, or the week after ; audit" is ondeistood that the re port will, in a groat measure, if not entirely, rmhndy the ideas of Mr. Clay. That gon tlem.'u'.s resolutions on tho Tariff, S,c. are still under discussion in llioSi'ii.ilo, and are now made tlio order of the day until finally disposed of. In the Ilo'iso, tho Retrench ment Resolutions, -tdaiivu to tho contingent expenses of tho nous:-,li ivu been dispo,o( of, n portion of them passed, and the rest set aside. Tho appropriation bill is now under discussion and may perhaps to icpoited from the Committee of tho Whole, eaily in .the wek. Correspondence f tho Tribune. Washim'Ton, 'I'hursdiy, .March .1. Tn Senate in-day, Mr. Simmon presented res eilutions of the Legislature of Hli-nle Island in farorof Protection to American Industry. Mr Marrow presented resolutions ol Ihe I.e. jislituro of lmisianain rolalion to the aggro. five policy of the n r i t i--Ii Government, pled. :in I.ouniina to support the General Government iu repressing the vv rungs of her citizens and pre rcrcinj the honor ol tho country. The kittt rule iirono-ed bv Mr. Menick. nro- vidlng that tn ap; ropriaiimi shall ! 0 made in the r General Apiiropnaticm iiills forobii-cls not cal- led ror hy existing laws, was tal;un up, and, after s:no debate, was pissed informally. The resolutions of Mr Clay relating to the Revenue. Tariff. &c. were tiken 110, and Mr. Smith ol la, made an able speech in support of them, and in reply lo Mr. Wright. He panic-! ularly and powerlully opposed the proposition to repeal me i fimiiuuoii i.iw, uoienuiiig 11 on grounds of justice, cjpedioiicy and constitution tlity. 'Ho a'so avoweVi himself an .-".Ivtcaie of Protection, and alluding tn tho increasing cul ture, of Cotton m Louisiana and in the British posscjsinus, said tho South would soon be louJ est in fivori'f Protection. Mr. Cla's Veto resolutions comj up to-morrow. In th" House, n resolution granting the use of lha H'!l of Ihe limine to the (Jongieisijual 1 1 nperanco hucicty on Monday evening tiov wjj adopted, a' aiutt the etiunuuu (ddeclio'is of A few of the anti-Tempermce men Mcsrs. Dixon H. I.ewis, Snyder, ktc. On t.ir.t.on of Mr. Tl'oinpion of la., a joint re- eolulion was adopted, suspending the pr.yinentof cirney hcrelo'bro approjiri ited I'or the printing of ths sixthcjiH'JS until I'urllt-!. ortlsrs by cou- mi,. Ito inonimg f.o'.'r w.-.s consume I Willi the Pjircncbmcnl r.o'tstion? rehti.e to the contin gent t. "'i-es ol llio Iio.,e, several of which H'stc Mu, 'pi' Ti.e House lofused to abolish aa olhce ol I'o-sm-.s'er to the House, and ab)l ishid tlieufilceot l'la'ightsinau. The General Appropriation li.ll was again tken up 111 Coniuiiliee of tho Whole, Mr (J. THvis'i amendment to tin clause appropriating 'J."),(MI0 to the Contingent expenses of the Stale Department pending, which ha so modified as to discontinus the publication of the laws of tho United States in newspapers, to provide for let ting i,ut to contract to the lowest bidder tho Printing, Stationery, &c. oflhe varioii. depart mcntf, and for their Advertising in no ca-e lo o. reed three insertion'', in papers li wing the lar jest circulation ; when t.vo are necessary, to be of npponte politics. Mr. Cusiimg appealed from tho decision of the rTommittce of yesterday, deriding the amend nieut in ordnr, on the ground of the formal ap peal, tii.it the amendment was m.t in order, as oing to repeal an exiting law. Tho Committee ag.'.'ii overruled the point by fcS to 55, deciding Ihe amendment 111 order. The subject ol Public PriiVmg was debited on thu amendment (luting thu leuumdur of tho ' 4) ' IN CONG RUSS I'ridsy, Mirc.h 1. In the Senate, alter ununpoitaiit morning bu- rfincss, Mr. C'l iy's Resolutions proposing a C'on. .titutioml restriction of Rccntive Power were ukrn up, and Mr Herrif 11 rupportcd tliom in a fctech of much ability. Mr. Clay had previous. W iccepteil an amendment euggested by Mr. Archer of Va, which provides that, iu case any bill bo vetoed hv the President, it shill lie over to the next session oi Congress, when, if it be approved by a majority of each House it becomes ji Iw. In thr Hus Retrenchment was again the order of the Day ;nnd thu abuses in supplying Oi1, Coal, Candles, Mail-cart and horses, cic. for thtf uo of Congrefs, wero corrected. On 1111. t.on of Mr. Wmlhrop of Mass. it wis r.?solicd tint the hlationery ,S:c. snail benrel'orlh bo ol American iiniiufxi'ture il of equally loaroi able price. It was then determined (Kit) to J I) that tach Mouiber chall be supplied with S4) vvnrih of Stationnrv for th? long and S"J0 for too snort i'es-ion, nnJ that any additional quantity rliall ha chvrged to him aiid slopped out of Jus com rendition. fTh.s will idled .1 saving of at least 'oCO.OOO per annum.) Tlio House now proceed, ed lo the older of tho day lVtva'o lldls. For. tv.four original and seven Senate bills were rieuidered in Committee and reported to the House. R.even o'hers were objected tu an I paned over. Adjourned. WAHiixinosSiiurdiy, March 5, IS 13. Th mitc vva not in session lo-day. lo the House, Mr. Taliaferro moved a recou. idrr..tinn of Ihfl vote by winch the resolution fixing tho daily Iwur of the meeting id' tho 1 louse at eleven o'clock A. il. aKer Monday next, was adopted. Mr. Filhnoro oppnfi?d tl.s motion on the ground that thi necessities nftbo Goverimictit requireJ ummlmte net ion by their representatives. Ho hud learned from the War Depirtinont that the Quarler.Mai.ler General's fund was exhaus'ed. The fund of the. Navy Department v,as exliaiut- but was detained for want of nppri-pthtions. Mori; tliailllireo moiflisof tho f Cretan had clap, scd, and thoy had jot passed but ono general lull. They had now a greater amount ul busi ness on the tables th.in could bo dispjsed of if ifio House mat at 11 o'clock, before tlio' 1st or August, A motion of Mr. Cave Johnson to lay on the table the resolution to recent i Jc. was ne-ja. tivcd. Mr. Dirtiard advocated the motion to rccon. sidor, and oppo.-ed ebringing ihe picsrnt hour ol mooting (i. e. l'J o'clock). I lo cintcn led tint Hie committees could not discharge theirdiit.es in preparing business for' the consnieration of the llouso befoie the meeting oftlic House, if; Ihe hour was changed to eleven o'clock. Tlio tcssions of 1 lio House wmiM not, moreover, bo lengthened correspondingly, but they would ad journ earlier, thus leuinr the time which they to jU from the committee.-1. His opinion was that the titnc'of tho House would bo much uioro economised, and tho public business forwarded, if the desks were removed and the members brought nearer so that they could sec and hear each other ; and lie asked tho House to adopt the resolution of which ho gave notice yostcr. day,dir.c ing tho Clerk to ascertain how much room in front ol llio SfoakorV chair would he necessary for the accommodation of members if their desks were rcmo;cd, and whether on the outside of that and behind the Speaker's chair there would bo spaco enough for writing desks for members, &c. This resolution was objected to. 'I he vote was reconsidered, anil Mr. Taliafer ro moved to amend the resolution so as to lix tho daily hour for meeting nt It o'clock A. M. after the drat Monday in Apiil. The resoluion thus amended was adopted. The ipjoltitioris of retrenchment in the Con tingent K onditures of the House, were taken up, nnj gave ri.-e toa debate continuing through tho diy on retrenchment and inform the dele tion ol the member of the House to which was illustrated yesletdny by tho adopt.on, in a patri otic manner, of an amendment to an amendment providing that no stationery shall hsti.olurlh bj furnished the members oflhe House at pubhc evpt'iise, ami then, by a sadden reversal, rejtc-i ting ihe whole amendmonl, thus nullifying their precious vote. Une of these resolutions was adopted, anil to another fcvrral amendment we-io offered and ad to. I, aiiictig whi h via ono prohibiting the furnishing lo nti-mbei's boxes, trunks, ( bests', tin cases ''o-in tp, .'cc. An urgent attempt wa. unde by the Win.; to liuis'i these rosulut.on to d iy, and .hey le.-isled with success sevcrjl mo' Kit: j to adjourn. Without miking farther progres, however, the House adoiiincd. W.xsirsuTo.v, Hatuiday, March .j. Although it is tiuivor.-jlly run-tcicd I.y liio po ! . tc.. t prof o! tlio ountry, tint thu pi oplo ol llie United Slams enjoy, under the principles of their (lovernmeni, privi.Vgu-of civd and religious l.b orty, im.re sound, .-tilde, and eMensiie, than hao hitherto been ginranteed to any cuunnuiii ty on earth necorlhele?-, we perceive the dnily e'.'press.on ol d.sc otilent in cert i.n journ ih of the North, with the necessary operations of tho Constitution, accompanied by unwarrantable ap eals to the piijudices of ono section of the Union again-t tho rights and domestic institu tinns of another. Such is the character of the Washington correspondence of ihe New. York American under d.ile ol 1st March. In attempting to review the deci-ion of Ihe Supreme Court in lbs Have case between the .State of Marvkind and Penn.-vJvan.n, the wri- lor not imiy misconceive me import oi too leant ed and lucid opinion of Mr justice Story, but in dulges iu awful forebodings of the consequences of tint opinion to the intogrily and lability of the Union. Ho pronounces it at war with' the rights ami inh'tetls of '.ho Northern State,, and em nently c.ilcuhlod to ciuie the citizens there- of lo ywo.i Ihe ii!uo if the I'nhn ! It is true tin C urt dec'.ue thu ui 1 1 under the tid clause of the second section of tho fourth arti cle of the Constitution, the I ongress of the Uni led Stales his exc'usiva power lo legisla'e upo 1 lbs sublet t of teiiu; aul reclaiming fugitive tl ive., in I th it the ow.iers or their a'.tlh j.-iZld agents have ample r.ght to scii-o and reclaim eaclisiavo willnul molestation or nunirunco nv any State legislation or regulation whatsoever and while they recogui-c the police power of tlio State to guard its territory from the evils of per notial violence r.nii breaches of the place, the Court most cmphitically pronuuuco the law ol Pennsylvania indicting lino and imprisonment urijti any person who shall forcibly seiz and attempt to cany away a slave beyond its limits, unconstitutional and void, lint the writer in the American isontiro'y wrong when he suppo-et this unanimiitt decision of the Court (for Judge M'l.ein's opmion does not vary from that oftlic other mom! ers of the Court,) impairs tho righ of irial by jury under tho constitution or his ta least tendency to the siispensi m of the writ 0 ( l.n'jr.iis corpus. If the Legislature of Xew-York hnvo enae'ed a h'.ntttto impiiTing tho rights of the shve-oivnei j secured to linn by the I iws and constitution 0 ! th" United Slate.', they have no cause to com- prim o: uie propo-cu uu:ision 01 ou nuprome Court, and 1 do not licsil.no lo predict that w hen it shall !.' pubhtdicd, as I hear it is to be 111 the courso of a fow d iys, theru is not a jurist iu the country but will respond to tho opinion of tho Court in all its parts. Tho allectcd horror of.lho American's corres pondent 'I trust will lie abated, after a careful perusal of this document ; and as tlnre can De no doubt that he isdes.rous ofusciping the odi um that usiiilly atticlies to the clnracler ol an agitator, lie will promptly icpair tlio injury In, precipitancy and ze'ilmiy have indicted, by do ing ample justice 10 the exalted Tribunal he has so freely arraigned in his letler of the 1st inst. No Comptroller yet ; and tin somto has not nikssed upon the lately nominated Judge Arch- ilnld Uin.l.tll. U.-- legil talenlsaud chir.icter geneiallv aro esliiu ited of a high order, and con se'iuenily ho will he confirmed without miuh onuosit.ou. In Lvectilive Session vosterdav, a great num. bcr of nominations were read over to the Senate and referred to tho appropriate Committees : and Mr. Cogswell of New. York was confirmed as Secretary ot Legation tohpiin. 1 no 1'iesnleat and his Cabinet Invo selected a siicro-sor 10 Mr Codington, but have not yet presented his name lo the .lenale. It may ho looKeii lor at an ear. ly period of the ensuing week. You may per ceive, from the indications of the Maditon an that the President is resolved to commence tho work of reform in regard to removals from of. fice ; and although he will not be provrriptiio the country has a right to expect tinny salutary changes. J.to. THi: PINNNCKS-SPliCIAI. MRSSAGK. Washington, March 8, IS l'J. To ihe House tf Jlejireseiilnlius : I feel it to he my duty to invite your attention to the acconipinyiiig communication from the Keciclaiy ol the Treasury, in relation lo tho 1. 1.. . I I.-.1. ... . 1 1 I... I 1 ,........ ......... - ,"""--, iiuisui 101 ii..-i... j..iii... il ni.tut; seen lint, without aircstug the leuii s.l ons which will ho made by thu ar and Navy Oj. parlmuiits lor lliu mouths ol ,j ircli, .pril, and May, there will bean unprovided fur deficit ol I upwards of three m.lhons. j I cannot bring myself, however, to bolievo that it will enter into tho view of any ih-part-meiit ol the (iovernmenl to arret vv jrk of do fence now iu progress of completion, or vessels under construction or prop'iration for soa. Having due regir.l to tlio unsettled rni.dition td our foreign relations, and thu e.vpise l sitiri tiunof our inland and maritime frontier, I should feci myself wanting in my duly to tho Country, if I could hesilatu in urging upon Congress ul I necessary appropriation for placing it in an at titude ot strength and security. Such reroin inundation, how ever, has heretofore been undo in full reliance as well op Congress as uu the wcdl-kiiuwn patriotism of the People, high sans-' of ualioiul honor, and their determination to defend our soil fiom tho possibility, however remote, of a hostile invasion. The diminution in the roicuuo arising from tho great diminution ol duties under what is commmiiy called the Comprounae Act, neces sarily involve the Treasury in embarrassment a r.i nv tho temporary expedient of issuing Treasury Notes an expedient which, alltirduig no per manent relief, has imposed upon C'ongicsi, liotn tuna lo time, tho necessity of replacing tho old by a now isue, Tho amount outstand ing on the dtli of March, 18 10, varies in no groat degree from the an.ount which will bo oiitstand ing on tho first of January next ; while in the in'crim the new icrucs are rcndcicd equivalent to the roilemptioipoffh J "Id, all. I nt 'tho cud of the fitcvl year l j.ive fin augmented procure on tho liiif.iiccs by the arciimnlarhi, of Interest. Tho routemplnird revision of llio tanll'of dii ties may and iloiibtles; will, lead in the end to a rohel of the Treasury from theto conslanlly recuiring embarrassments; but it must bo nb vions that time will ho necessary to roaluo thu full anticipations of financial benefit from any modification of thu tariff law?. In the mean time, I submit to Congrcs-s the suggestions made by tho Secretary, "and invito its prompt and speedy action. JOHN TYLER. This message is accompanied by a Report from the Secretary of tho Treasury, according with itsj-uggesitons, and stating that tho Treas ury labors under pressing embarrassments. Relief had been expected from the passage of the Exchequer bill, which would in effect add 310,000,000 to the means at commmand of the Government ; but the failure of Congress lo pass it has left the Government entirely without resource. Tho not revenue from Customs for this and the two following months is estimated at only $:,W0,000; the cash on hind is but tl0,2.'i() i!,', (of which S'JIM.OfH) belongs to tho States ;) and tho Treasury Notes rema n ng iinissnad ,11110111113 lo but 8iV'V),03.1 :10 ; mak ing tho entire means within reach of the De partment for these three months OH ; against which theie is required I'or the ridi-niptim of Tre.n:uy iVotc3....Sl,l(,00u " " War sjivro a,220,UID " " Naval sjmci! 'i,Vi,0UO " " Civil List, Interest 0:1 Uebt, &c a.'JiS.UUl) Total ri'ouiiciiicnls f.ir die qnirtcr. 1'rniii wliieh dcdu.i resuuiUL-s ...VJ,;74,oia .. G,:!lU,.J3J And there rcmiins a deficit of S l,"-5 1.CS7 Which the Secretary oarnestly urges must In temporarily supplied by authority to extend the time for whi.-h Ihe Iim is now authorize 1 tn be negoliited, and to pledge a distinct source of revenue for its rcdoiii'ilioii. PRKKDOM AND M,VP,RY. The Supremo Court of tho United States has just pronounced the nio.-t important decision which his proceeded from its bench for rniny years pet haps ever. Iu a case arising be" 'ween Maryland and Pennsylvania, it Ins d". declared tint the Ri ;h of a Slave-h ddor to capture, secure and le.turn his fugitive Slave under the well known clause of tho I'edcra. Con-iit'ition, i? absolute and illim la b lb it the Fiee States have no discretion as to its ox. orcise, no protection again-t its abuse. If we 110 1101 inisappreuoiio mis ciecison, even the ta- :mg ,1 claimed fugitive before 11 iiistice and iden. iiiying mm to tne saiisiaclion 01 that lunctiona- ry, is unnecessary and idle. I he slavn-ho'der uny take his slave wherever he miv lind it, wilhout adiudicatinii or anneal : and the citizens ol the ! roe Mains mny or must aid li.ui in so loing, out cannot question Ins a-scrtion of prop erty. At any rale, all I iws securnm lo llio cit- izon of a Free Slate claimed as a slave a Trial iy Jury, all I reo htilo legislation designed to prevent abuses of tho sl.ne-holder's Constitu tional right of reclamation, are hereby declared null and void, and the Trial by Jury Law of tins State, as well as that of Pennsylvania, is hence- lorlli a dead letler. 1 his judgment was pro n mure I by Justice Story ol Massarhuset s, and rumuirri'd in by till the judges except John Loan of Ohio. Two or thrco of the Justices re id separate opinions, varying somewhat tin .rounds of the decision, but coiicuirnig, as we understand, 111 all the conchfjiniis nluvc reci ted. It may bo well here to add that 1I13 facts in volved m the precise case pi-ved on hy the Su prouie Court are brielly theo : LJiv.ird 1'iigg, the legal agent of a slaveholder in Maryland, wont into Pennsylvania and there epprehended .1 negro woman who had been for tinny years a resident, hut was, itis understood, originally and actually the fugitive slavo he was instructed to reclaim. He took her away by simple force (hiving a party to aid him,) to her owner 111 .Maryland. Couiuig again into Pennsylvania, he was arrested mid convicted under a law of tint State which secures to a person cl timed as a Slave the right of Trial hy Jury, and denounces t.10 cirr; ing oil' a cliimrl f.ig live without such trial as i ojiiiontiary offence. This convii ti m w.is nliirmed by the Supreme Court of Pennsyl vania, but, an appeal be ng taken by Maryland to the Supreiua Court oflhe Uiiucd Slate'-, the aw ol Pennsylvania under which Prigg va convicted is declared repugnant to thu Federal Constitution, therefore 11.1t ! and void, and Prigg entitled to h s libeilv. Tribune. FOltEIO N. From ihe Uos'on Daily Advertiser, c f Saturday Yesterday, ul half past 12, thu ittival of a steam packet was anounced by Mr. Parker's Telegraph, ami at half past 2 she arrived ;it thu wharf iu East Huston. She proved to bo the Unicorn, from Halifax, with the passen gers mid mail of the long expected Caledonia which had linen obliged to put hack to Liver pool, in consequence of dnmago in 11 storm on tho seventh day of her voyage, aftprhav ing readied the 29th degreo of longitude, and and was replaced by thu A radii The Acadia left Liverpool on tho 10th of February, with an aditiomtl mail, nnd on en tering thu harbor of Hiilif.ix on .Mondav evening, an hour after dark, met tlio Uni corn near S.nnbro Iload, going out, she iinv ing sailed lit half past 4 o'clock. Tho two vessels recognized each other, hy tho lights which thoy cariied, nnd having hailed, pro ceeded to Halifax, and having exchangid mails and passengers, tho A cadi 1 Ins returned to Liverpool, nnd the Unicorn has brought hither thu mail and passengers from Liver pool and hashippily relieved the anxiety which was felt for the safety of the Cale donia. KNOLA.M) Lord Ashbiirton bad hii final audienca of the queen preiiom to his departure, on Saturday, the Bill ult vvh 11 he was presenl.il by ,nrd Aberdeen, lie cm . I' 1 mud on iiu ifu in' 1, nisi, lie ns, I .l;i l.or.l Jot IIjv, winch sml.df.-.r New- Voife, l-'.-l,. , but in eon f ,. , nee ot a 'il.' u h eamo in on lix. followon, 01 iiiiu thr 'ii the N '.lis nnd aneh m d 1,1 ,ti.. V., ' month Ho ids. On the 11th, u d... Uyard lighter w" d"s.ut. h"d to llio War-Mate, which cull m nr., in lliu I! mis, Hie wind eouduuiii'i to llm wosiwud. un in.' iuiiiii wns soji'io.i-1 win- ttiicil lor .sow. York I'.ti hamuli wusopemd by aspeocli Iroiu ihcttueeii, F' b. 'J. Tun to us I iAws, On the Slh ff I'ebruary Sir Robert IVel brouulr forwnnl llieiiiiuiiirud luonctfor il.nn,nnn,linAi.l nfllm 0.r.i I ,. 1-11j1.11 i;,m i.M.tt- ..i ic-i.ueii'Ni 01 me into 01 i!nt ihnigh it isOir from lieinjf rilisfieinry miheluenn ii party, it jm serves tne cin raliirinci deof a s'iJi sni .-111 ouiy, ac i lie: 10 oil' ic'llrlis i pln i , wli itdiiced rat.!'. Th" 1 in proposes m a aires for pie u niing frauds iu lliu 11 turns of prices, mid rirpurcs reiurnsfiom a much crcatir number of nmikr It : hit the nrineilaclnnj;o is -uc lii-iion in ihe scVeofdu y When llm dibaio iipm tlio prnj-el eauio on, hud John Iliissell moved nu iiinendiiieiil, disaauoiui" of llins'idiuu'iicale, nnd nflcra Ions dibale, which wj continued ihro'ieh scleral suecesalNa dai, ihu vnlo w as liken Fi b. IO1I1 1 the oriemal inotioii was s p. p irto.l by 319 voles, ihe nmendiiiciil by 2Jfl niajarily l t,.,ur r ill'u'.i a r.ri.f.nei-il I., lu.t.r..A (.-.. ..v.. m- ..---...- . ni ......ivn i, , impiirinnt rbsu 'is in ihf duties on imposts unci ihe North American (Vomes and W,. Indies. The Mutineers of the Creole.-In the Homo of Lords, Feb. M, there was a long dcd.ntc on the ooestioii " orre inh-rin;. fur iri- nl tint negro mutineers of tho Creole. Thu following is thu substance of tho debate, tak en from tho Morning Chronicle. Lord Mrottrdinni I roin.li! Iisfrirn ilinr Inrdshiiip the casu of the (.Viole. In'rerlv to his nee- liotif, The Tail of Aberdeen InlUt-med the llouso thai commnnk-iti 111 b nl u,Utn plfice between the ttover nor ol the laliantas nnd llcr Majestj's (ioveruinrnt 011 llie slilij vt, Htr Maj dty'a Oovormi'.ctit hid civen Ihe wilij-.'et llieir must anxious altcnlion, and had sitisfi 'il llieinjilvcs that there l" iioeisliu;' nulhniily tor niin-riiig me ne;rr es 1 f tha Cn-ole 10 tr.al lur mu tiny ami murder, slili .3, r..r A.livi.ri.nr ilirin tin or di'taiinng Ihcin in eustu ly. Tlio Secretary for llio Loonies, I.oid Stanley, had thcrefuru s nl out ins mictions for their rele.vc. hold Denmm save Ins opinion, that lliero was no law, autlioiily or machinery eisliug bv which the Secretary of Stale for thu Co otnes eoiild de ncr up these men to a foreign powrr, nfar tn' ing refusie in our tloiuinionsj ntnl'lio deelared, on (lie authority of in istcniincnt hwyers. that tho Secretary of Slate in delivering up suefi men Inn rorcifiii Sta'o would bo liable lo tho dan -cr 1 f an action of damasi'S for false iniprisomneut, n'ud (be still tnoro awful dinger of putting a person upon h.s iri-d iuacase whero llio punihinent was death. It was perfectly clear that an nhen seized in tho couitry fnrnn aliened crime eomnntlcd in a foreign country uiialit resist his ap prehension with force, and if the rorislanco cost him hi life, tho seiztrjmight be nrrcsted for murder, mid if found euilty, exceuied. It was desirable that an international jurisdiction sliou'd be established by trtaly; but the existence ol ths. -lave trade stoodiu the way. ford Campbell, Lord Coitenbnm, nnd tho Lord Oliancelor, cuneurred in Lord Denmnn's stateinenl of tho laws anil Lord I'.roiiKhini dated that Lords VVynfotd and Alnnger had authorized him to express their assent tn lliu smio opinion. Lord lirouahani then withdrew bis motion, nnd the hou-e adj-iiirnid. riUDAV MOUMNd. MAItCII, IP, mi. TIIH TAR I TP CONVENTION. Thu Turil'f Convontion, which met iu this town last Fiiduy, was onu of tlio most rc spectublu ineelings, both in point of charac ter and numbers, that wo ever attended within tho limits of Chittenden county. Wo moan, of course, lo except ihe over memora ble .S'rtc Convention, which assembled heio in June, IS 10. Hut, aside from that, wo do not recollect, during the whole Tippecanoe warfare, to have been present nt a meeting, composed of more substantial citizens, or in which a bettor spirit, greater entliusinsm, or a more conimemlabhj resolution was oxhi Idled. The official account oflhe pierced nigs will be found in another part of the paper, and we hope our brethren of tho press, who aro fiieudly to thu Proteclivo Policy, 111 every section of tho State, will spread the resolutions befoie their renders. Tlmy were drawn up with great care, breathe llio right spirit, and speak in a proper tone. We have no doubt they embody the senti ments of a great majority of the People of this State. Wo ask nothing from the bounty of our (Joveriimeiit. Wu demand as a r'vjlit that the labor of the People should bo pro tected that limy should by perniitlrd to use their own muscle) and their own sinews wilhout molestation or intei feronco fiom Ihigtand. This is the doctrine of the res olulions. And who, thai bus an American heart in Ins liosoio, will linvo llio liuitliliooil to dispute it I Who will say, that, while it is the policy of England to exclude from her market, by a Tariff which amounts to a total prohibition, every thing which is grown or niaiiiif.ictured in this country, our ports should he thrown open to admit, free of duty, tho products of her pauper labor"! Who, that has pyr.s to see, cannot perreivo that such a policy, long persisted in, will inevita bly, necessarily, diain from this country eveiy speciu dollar in circulation, and leave every thing wo produce, more than we consume, to rot on our hands for tho want of ainaiket? Who will denv that such must be the ultimate' result of this boasted policy of " Free Trade," so much lauded by Northern dough-faces nnd Southern anti- Parifi" men 1 But, say our opponents, high duties make high prices am! compel tho poor laborer the conittmcr-to pay to tho rich immuf.ic Hirer, as a bounty, the additional diities im puseu lor protection, iviw these assertions have, again and again, been shown to be utterly f.iUo hy statistical facts -which none can deny. They never have been faiily '10 1 . . inui. i iivy never nave ueen, ami never can he refuted. Rut for the sake of ihe argu tiiunt, lot us admit, fur a moment, that the inicu 01 mo proietieu article uses as pre lection increases, urn! falls as the duties di ..r .1 -....-...a ... 1 . minish. Does it follow, wo ask. became the price of the protected article is increased by a high Tai ill", that it cannot be so easily paid for hy the consumer! Docs not the high prirc result from the greater amount 0 sprite in circulation ? And in low Tariff times, when our markets are llooded with thu productions of Europe and paid for in cash, arc not the reduced prices the conse quence of the abstraction of specie from the country t And is it any more difficult for the poor man lo pay for his tloth when prices aic high and money is phnty, than when they arc low and money very scarce ? Docs not the difference, in the value of money make the difference in the price of the cloth 1 U u cal! upon thu opponents of the Pro toctivu system in this State to answer these tpiestious ut'toro tuey nanny any more ipi diets about robbing the poor man and pain- peiing the protected nabob. We shall resume the subject ngain at our leisure Till-: TOKIBS AND A TAnirF, AC A IN. Il is nuiiijing Ptiotigh to hear those Tories who daw not niiiw out openly against tho Tariff, claim that iheir party nu friends: to Protection. Thoy might with as much pro priety claim that tho mass of the party wore in favor of a Uniled States Bank. Thu truth is, thoy begin to k-o that the Pr.on.t: have rnmo to the cnntbisioti that they must and will have a TariffM it is limn for onr (I'ovcriiiiieut to stop making laws for llio b.'iii'fit of Fnglish labor, and begin lo en courage ami protect the industry of Amcri can ciii.ens. And hence tho great anxiety of tho Tories sonic fur of them we mean to make the People believe that they tin .11 .1. no' only advocates iff a I ariff tun.", hut that ' ,u.y Mwa,, 4V() ,,mt , ht,)t wj, fil( it difficult to deceive intelligent men with their barefaced misrepresentation. The ' poliev of their favorit'.i chit ftain, the "Jo-(i mi man with Southern principles," is too fresh in their recollection speecho-of lead ing Tory inuinbi'is of Cungii'ss from the Northern Slates, tho language and lonu of tho I ory papers of New England, and the lesolulinns and addresses of Tory conven tions in all sections of tho country, would rise up in ahiiiid,uice to condemn tiium. Hut wu will not ngain go at length into this subject litptesent. We proved in a late nrliclu which has not been, and cannot be, contradicted, that tho Tory party iu Con gress had, during tho present session, on tho only occasion when tho subject was before tliom, voted with great unanimity against the principle of protection, and that tho Tory papers all over llio country defended and justified their votes. Wu desire now to call the attention of our readers to a little ntoro evidence, not less conclusive than that which wo offered a fortnight ago, to prove that the Tories of this State cherish a deadly hostility to the protective system. First wo will in troduce a resolution which was passed by tho last Tory Slate Convention the last one remember leader that ever assembled in this Stale. It is in tho following words : Ursohcd, That the true principle of the Federal (ovcrmneiit is to confine ils anion lo the objects "liu-ijivnlltj enumsrntcd in the Coii'liluiion, ,!", V LNtt INJJL'STUV TO KFGU1.ATK ITSIvI.F. Now be il remembered that this resolution was passed at the fVrst: Tory State Conven tion holden nl Montpelier, on the seven teenth day of June, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty ono ! And at tho end of tho series of resolutions, of which this was one, in the official report of tho proceedings, wu are informed that " the resolutions were separately amiably discussed by Messrs. Dillingham, Hurler, Spalding, Farr and others, and UNANI MOUSLY adopted" ! ! And bo it remem bered, further, tli.it this Convention was fully attended by di.legatcs fvm every coun ty in the State except Bennington, and that Mr. Jlarbcr, who spoke and voted in favor of the resolution, w.is unanimously nomina ted liy tho Convention for the ofiico of Liou- il-ii.iiii vioveinor 01 urn state. Ami yul, with these facts staring them in the face, 1: 1 , 1 .1 1 .. oiiiuMii.iuieiL'u, .icKiiow leogco, mere are those who have tho unblushing assurance to asseit that tho Tories of this State arc friends of a Proketive Tariff!! ! Let us not be misunderstood. Wo do not say there are 110110 of tho party who aro tndy friendly to Protection. On the contrary, wo have no doul l there are many such. Hut what wo do assert is, that, if thoy aro sinci-ridv 1 1. ... ., i- , .... 1. . .. .. " Mini iiono.siiy iriumis 01 tin: t'rotcctivt! 1'olicy, they must immcdiuttly abandon the Tory party, which has always heretofore openly opposed that policy and will always hereaf ter, whatever may bu their professions, fee! 10-tilu to it at beait, and iic with tin Whigs, who always have been, are now, nnd w ill over couliniie to bo, the constant, ennsistint, umlrciating and uncumpromhin, champions oj Protection. FUGITIVE SLAVES. The Supremo Com t ol" the United States ive lately made a decision, iu regartl tt lugitivo slaves, wlucli cannot lull to create great excitement in the Free Slates. II we unucrslaiul the case, tho tollowing points were decided by the Court : That tho Con stitution of the United Slates ciiaranlees to the owners of skives the right to hold their property, secure from the interference of in dividuals or the Governments of Stales that thev (tho owners) Invo a right to seize ihi! slave in any State or Territory of ihe Union that no State Court can exercise jurisdiction iu legaid to fugitive tl.tves that no Stale Legislature, nor any other power except Congress alone, can make laws in relation lo them, though the Slates possess the power to rcgttlatu their own internal po lice, provided their action does not conflict with any law of Congress. These are the main points involved in the decision, us we tindei stand it, and it will be perceived that this opinion annuls the law of this Stale which secures to fugitive -slaves the right of trial by jury. Under this decision tiny black freeman, in ihe non-slave-Iioldiiig States, may be claimed, seized, cariied by force into the Southern States, and, denied thu sacred right of trial by jury before a State court, may be doomed to perpetual slavery. As good citizens it is of course our duty to sub mit to the law of the land, as expounded bv tho Supreme Judicial Tribunal. But we do not hesitato to give it 11s our deliberate conviction that if such is tho character of our " glorious Constitution," the People of tho Fioe States will demand un ameiidmeiil nor will they suffer their press to be mis ;((, nor themselves to be gagged, till they succeed in obtaining it. COItltESPONDENCE. Wu have been compelled to postpone for somo dnvs, tlio communication ot " index, in reply to our correspondent "A. B," of the 'Joth ullo. and wu would not now interpose a word between thcni, but that there aio in the article published to day, 0110 or two er rors of fact and doctrine, too gross to go un noticed, And first, vvo allude to the ail kimi.ilioii of Viudi'X.that tbern whs an at tempt to got up a mob, on tho occasion al luded to. This, from a personal knowledge of all that trunspiied, we pionutiiice umpi.il ifiodly faUe unless indeed, such an iufi'i enceis to he drawn from the fact that sever al individuals had thu mti'acity to question tho propiii'ty of certain measuirs brought forwnid for tho action of the meeting. The legitimacy of such a deduction will ap pear from thu facts 111 tho rase. Tho call for the meeting wio: in tlio following terms : On hoforowindiy (I'rilny) there will lit hoUien a ( 'o my (toniMilion, 10 nuei 11 same More M ba'lI'iit lO M. hit none who fympaiiiue with Ihe ai'iires'ed, ors.gh furlbeir touniry's dehviranei from I spietitesl cuike, fail to ineei on that occas.on. lb 11, HI-'." The invitation was intended to ho general, nnd both its language and spirit wore mani festly addressed to thu whole community. lliit.tis if furlho purposo iff placing tho mat ter iicvond a doubt, tho fust ad of the meet ing tif'rr theorjaiiiwtinn, wa, the adoption of the following, special invitation, moved hy AI.. l'.,lii..,i, . 1 iVIl Uollllisoll . I "f)n motion, voted, that oil persons present be tn- r'.lat lotal opart iu lliu ddibunlbns of the Com jii- I lion." 1 Under llieso circumstances it was, that the 1 audience took part in tho discussion, in op- position .0 Mr. Bt.iley.nnd claimed .he right ; to t'f'fl upon tho question at issue. But this 1 ..,,,,, ,. I was denied them Mr. Hurley contending, ! nnd tho chair deciding, that, under tho above I . . . ' , , , . J invitation, none but those who had signed llio nlinlli!.,,, t,.rl,. ,w,P Mitit..,l , ,., tlio aimlilion pledge were enlillctl to vote ' nnd accordingly, an aiidienco which filled lliu Court House to overflowing, sat quietly 1 mum, whilu ten individuals against three being all the qualified voters present adop ted the resolutions as the sense of tho meet ing Herein licstho head and front of tho offending which Vitidcx associates witli the I idea of rotten eggs and brick hats, and would 1 fain torture into adesi-n'dn tlio part of the 1 mnioiitv m hlrt, I 'PI.,. !,!.. u ... j ........!, ,,, . preposterous : nt-.d we defy 1 in to po ut to a ' . , , ' 1 single act that will hear It but. But Vmdex 1 presently lots us into tho true secret, of hist grievances, when ho informs us that it "was . . .. ,,. , . , . "Ihu intention 111 culling the convention that "Mr. Burley should ho the' sole manager and "almost llm only speaker." "all present" to participate i But whv invito I " ill ..-," , .,r,:,.: :., ,1... ,i..i:i '"r""-1" i"" "-iii 10 un- uciiucoi- lions of a meeting whero onr. man was to do ' ,11,1 , ,, , , ,, , , an tlio managing, all llio talking, and all tho 1 votin"! Manifusllv under the sunnositioti that no ono would dure to raise an upposin; - 1 1 voico,auu tli.it lliu sontinirntsadvanooil would . go to the world as the sober second thoughts of a large assemblage where discussion was challenged ! It was the frustration of this 1 little iutiigtio that smellsso strongly ofphys- ical force" to our correspondent : and when hu finds that in a meeting of somo hundreds, j .ims then moved to recommit thu eighth re his odious resolutions are driven to the wall solution to the committee with instructions to vvithlesstlianabaker'sdozeii loendorse them, ' strike out the last clause, or to modify its thu cheapest way ho can account for tho re- tone.which hu deemed ohjuctiomtble. A ques sult is, to lay it to a mob. Let the gall'd tion of order was here raised on the motion j:ul,! wh,cv- 1 St'condly, we repudiate tho doctrine ad-1 vanced by Vindox, that the Church is to be the mere creatine of public opinion, blown 1 hitlier and thither hy every varying wind of popular sentiment. I his is a new idea to 1 seven wero unanimously adopted. Mr. Ad os. Wo had supposed it thu peculiar pro- ' ams then renewed his motion to recommit the vince of thu chinch to maintain the truth, as eighth resolution, w ith instructions to exptingo interpreted by itself, even in defiance ot public opinion, and to stand firmest when popular delusion was most rife without. But no. It seem that the church having assumed to " direct and control public opinion," is bound in turn to be directed and controlled hy tint public opinion ; and when thus in- raigni'il, il is its " duly to aniuiesce iu the , trraignmeiit, and set about a return to that , immovable, .standard," popular opinion! ' This is thu new system of evangelising thu . churches by resolution. "Vindox," for in-; stance, is a Deacon of his Chinch, and be-. ten delegates to attend the National Tariff ing spiiitunlly endowed beyond tho Pastor. Convention, called hy tho JIuiiiu League, to and Congregation, leels called upon to ele- bo holden in New York on the fifth of April vale thu standard of toligious duty. He nc-' next, which motion was unanimously adop coidingly appeals to "public opinion" calls ' led. a meeting, if you please, of " all w ho sym-, On motion of Mn. Pomurov, it was then p.ithise with the oppressed," without regard ordered that tho proceedings of the Conven 10 age, party, sect, or moral or intellectual ! tion, sinned by the officers, bo published in character, and proceeds tu thu work of I the papers in this place, and a copy forward spiiitualizing the church, by a series of harsh, to each of our Senator's and llepresentativts, censorious, illiberal and anti-christi.iii n'so- j to bu laid before Congress. lotions. The culprit flesh from the pimiten ilenti.iry, the tiplcr iu his cups, the gambler and the blackleg 1 -eking front the stew, unite with the infidel, the scoffer, and the deacon ! in unanimously declaring the church " desti tute of tho spirit of religion.' And hero is the end of tho law. This is " public opin ion" ; and the church is " bound to acqui esce !" Nothing further remains, but for llio congregation to join the most popular delu sion of the day, and for the pifstor to devote , . ,e. 1 l'.- , Inniselflo abolition, antimasonry, moral to- form, mortis multicaulis, or in short, what - ever "public opinion," shall indicate as the n....-., r,..i,i,trli,nl dol.l nf I ilmr Wrilv ivL - gieat cvangcluat In Idol l.iimi. -icruy, v.t live in an age of wonders. l'AKIFF MEETlNti. . 1 1 . 1 1 e .1 At a large ami respectable meeting of the citizens of Chittenden Countv, called for the rsUn bet'.jiinlirud to cIvc-'ilicproErcsaof the Con . - I e. Oion iu nil taoln'n, from llie rtmnrk which pie 1..,.M.,, , i.rooiolH llm intotcsls nf , ueti-ssiry tu promutu llio initttsis oi too Producing classes and protect American , , ,, , i ... .ri . Labor, and holden at the Court llouso in this town on Friday the Ilth instant, E.ltA J MEECII,ofShelblli ll,w,is called to the chair, ' Unew loo well Ihedcqi mid spreading conviction in I Mevnv lln v nod Pn in rs O Kessnv j the minds of the coinniiiiiity, of ihe truth el ihe doc dnd tll.MU llALl.tuiU viivm.i.s U. rk.vsso.s, . trnfa l.nuni((,, f,,r ,v Abol.iionisis, and benes of this town, wero appointed Secretaries. 1 donbile3;)'iyiiW nr-ruimntatiiin wa- not n.rred to. . T'' ., ...... ,1 Of tlr. liiirlcnb s ji.ft a dnss, nnd ihe rcmaiksof Oil motlon.Al.sON L.V.M10X, ot llllston.-miJ 1 i,, njion it, I shall tay notluni; ext. U to con. lltnvS. Motts,:, of Shelbttrn, wero ap-1 - w,d. hm pointed Vice Presidents. I lint the I omnium vih ''not numerously muiid- ' j ed" by members of die so i, ty, but bv spictalois Mr.. PoMEltov llion moved that a com- I ili.-ir was a lare'eittendauecdiiriii-j most of ihe timo milteooffive bo appointed hy ihe chair to J nuphinel il.at Mr. Rurltuh was ,be MI0 report resolutions and other business for the ; mini!," r and aliir st the only Speaker" at the Oon e i r . .1 i-. venlion. Tins is doubtless irUe. and Mieh was ilia action of the Convention in tho allernoon, , im,mioln!1 callin-the ("onveniion as i Vnderslood. which motion was adopted. The Chair an- Hero wasnn ilonaent and powerM jouni; man, who , , ., . ! h id devoted years to the eo h deraimn of ihe subject, pointed John N. Po.Mllltov and Hr.M.VN At.- nnd who, as-A. 11." and ihoe who mlcd wub him ,.,'X,of thistown, Asahuu N.vsu.of Shellmrn, . tL''in all llsrmptXt, lloitACf. L. Nicuoi.s.of Williston,and 1 KAN- I here to address his friend- and the people on the sub ... en- i i . .-. . i Jed, aid none but thos) who found his sn rn loeie cis Wilson ol lliiiesburgli, to constitute such , J?nd bitmsMrcasm to.? i,,cii for ttuir apncnls committee. ' i'"h n.ou their lulenpl nulum ttik ''lo ItiinconiLe,'' ., ,. . , .. . , ' f.) md nnv fault. n far n-1 hue beard, wirti h.s oc- Mit. Hai.i. then read an address hom tho eu;,v nj ihe time in his ilaeni mid powerful tnou ot ..... . .... ......... I ...... a...I..u P . New York Home Lentigo to tlio Feople of thu United States, nfter which the conven - , ..i, i..ii. :.. ,i tion took a icci-ss nl! tviootlocU in the al- ternoon. At two o'clock the Convention met pur suant to adjournment, anil, after a few re marks from Mis. JoHNso.', of Jeilco, Mn. Pinimtov, Chairman of tlio business com- nitltee, reported the following preamble and i evolutions t When a youthful, enterpVUi'nj snd vif-oroes people, him;: in su eli tided audf.rliV hud, i iulua inj nil i'io v.irn iics of the munt gibibra u bins?, under n (Jni-rninenlof Ihnro.wi "lu'ce, oud nfur a Ion,' pe n , ' ol pi unwind peace, find iliooiselveseni!mrra!)tt in t'leap-cilivat vallum, their onrrencv mutter disorder, the laborer w nniimi lure, ill producm;- md iiiiiinf .e. uriii'tla' Nviihouin unihel nt home r shro.d. ibeSiiiiesnd Xmioin' U nernineiiu in do t, Ilmr red t shnlien, and nil Ini-iiu " nt n Hand, it would -eeiii 10 bos ulline timo f r them lo pic.se and cam- uuna to-eiuer upon tho portentous state of Ibeir nf. urs to see!; for th caiio Ihe i-eneial disorder, ami o'n'w Si'n'S ...J . r lw.l country -and the mam cnu.e thes e ili and their chief rtme.yate indicated in the follovvil.z HI'SOIA TIONS -ay U.dy wiMi com nn i-ett e vvi'lnin-u that the Jst Kc'ilvtd Tin' th" piiite-rin ofibeeittica is C-virh of C'luift, nf wcaficr name rr mci, is com. the jr-Mrtd nnd object nil Vii i- i l'cn i prted of men, ballet ertor like the whole race bj d,t, nof tut sllegian e ' t. Jit Tn1 bivmp ithdri.n tbfTJflves from th 'tcsolved, That this protection should extend to aU l"Mrlptll,, and inn reMs of the rilren nnd ineludo as well the labor or h 9 hands as llio fruilsof that la- '" '' we ' Ihu right ufprij etty nnd llio exercise of means ol iicjuiWiid' u, as tho security of that prepcily whin iie(iued and thai Ihe (ioveinuunt. " 'j'8 ' ?,Jllr,0 V5," 9 ' l-ss response- the destruction ol their properly ly f,m.etlf ilrins j,4fer UeVoKn'Z ''cj' h colliding Parltamtnlirij Urination vvilhuiu which we are slillCtifoiA iujii ,,f ,..; . ,oij stales and tin lhcUralimqfindqwnTt U a mo',!'i,r'J' ,r, , ,., , 't' -'"'veil, That nneof the pr ncipal causts ol lha present unexampled distresses of the country is tho ,.w;"l"'asu!neieiitbarriern!'ainstlliell)nloffiireiim iniportiiintis-swelled ns that Hood has been bv tho distresses of the foreign inanuf lciurer, and weakened as lint barrier has been by the deceptive and .ruinous facilities of making remittances in the ttocks of the iew Ht.Tes. "1. Resolved, That wo utterly repudiate llio doctrins off ret trade, ns entirely visionary, nnd iuconsisicnt with the present or prospective state of tho commer cial w-orio. G. Resolved. That ns we owe nnd mv onr nllemnnpn to tho GiverumcnJ under which wo live, wo claim in return, its protection, extended to us by a diicrimina ting, protecting, nndportnnnrnt Tariff, . Resolved, That such aTorff would have a bencfi- cialnpciniin upon nllclascs of tbecommumty, and ffl'teMW. d"llePl1 "Pn their daily i.n.ui mi iiienoany oreau i pon the ercat nouy 01 pro- ",3 a"" n,D c:,n',' put resard tho representations which arc made, that it is tho manufacturer alone who is interested, jus emulating from those who arc cither tYWThiTiucl.!.Tarin:fi,,rti.....wtH V f'.,r h'vcniie, is roustiiutionnl, and consistent with ...u.i.in. 3i-i.ii i.n uiL-.Ti;m'i 111 ims union i anu. so deeply nro we impressed with its absolute necessity SUW fS dl,n. sironaly attache I n we claim 10 be, to He Un- "T '1'!- ' "x nn n01 wnmier mat lliero aro inoje. who t.em localculntt its talut." 9. ltcolved. Tint reeanliiiL' llio nnnnmln 1 f a nro. Illm. ..n.l 'P ...n ' ' - tr. --...-i t'T.ni.,1.. 111 111111 11-. j j-iraniuiiin liom- 1c.1l qucrnou, wo will withhold our snflYnscs and sup- liori ironi any party, wiuiiier Male or iNationol, vin;ii reiuses 10 um u3 in est iiiiisiung i On motion, tho repoil of llio Committee was accented. It was then moved tint tho nronmblo and resolutions he adopted as the sentiments of 1,0 convention. This motion was sustained at length hy speeches from Mn. Pomlrov and Mu. IIeman Ai.i.nx. M1t.C1t-.1u.rs 6- ol Mr. Adams, and after remarks from sev- vor.il gentlemen, the Chair decided that Mr. A's motion was not in order. The resolutions were then taken up scn'a- tint, as repelled by Cummiuce, and the first or amend thu last clause. This motion was opposed hv Mr. Hale, Mr. Po.vir.itnv, and Mr. Van Sicki.in, and the Convontion refused to recommit, tlirea only voting in its f.ivor.The eighth resolution was then adopted as reported hy the com- niittee, with only two dis ntiag votes. Tho Convention next tiroceded to consider tho ninth nnd lost resolution, which was passed without opposition. Hit.. Ions' Pix'i. then moved that the busi- ncss coiumilteo bo directed to atinoint VL'MX MEECH, President. Ai.so.v Lando.v, ) I7cc IIunuyS. Moiisk, Presidents. Hr.NT.Y IIai.i:, ) e 111.. .. 1 Secretaries. 3Irt. Kdito-i, Amiiig ihe most curious and 111 structiie iidn-M which present themselves to our cun-Mderatioli, is tint of the strange haliurinalinnt which prcj idice is capable of thruninj: around tho iiundofiuin It coal I lnrd.y bo crcdi eJ, did not daily experience at-..s: iN truth, that men, sane on cuiy other subject, will vain fume particular one, manaesi uiav uibooui?u,n; irau oi mcniCl nilClintlOtt, n m t-e,cnou e in uiLMniien.:, anu mot t-& OI reasonine. J,,,.,, ,,, mi;m8!.Kc, W1 , ,c,,,ly amml,0'n , ";'!"'e'' ""''''"S ljut ridicule if applied to any other J 'Vhc particular instance which In? eiven rise to tins ' rillexiuii, is tho article in j our paper of Inst week, , A wlu.lt.1M thJ writr forlll n ,,; prrs-ioas anJ ! critfs 1 u the subject of the late Aboh- I lion -.unventio 1 in tins viiin-;e. rl he perusal of that iiiiliele, oiip'id willi a di tinei rtcolieclion of the seem - enact.: I at the Convention, render 11, to me, no nuncio 1 ti - iv iu .is;, ijii u" luiiiiorsu n 10 ti.e true suur,.Ci it ,ll be apparent that the writer is ihe ced 's Hint nnniiiic.ition, whernn it is darkly shad' w- . o.l rortli wlnt "mnsmi"- "some ol lb.-l et men in , l.om,hi,v" . u,p2 ,i. ttrl..r hii-r-c f of coarse, came near 1 tina ' hctiaytd into ilit adoption"' ; of. 1 perceived indication of the f,-.- mjr here ailuded todurim.' tlv last evening of iha (.'onMiition, bin it , I'mved ns I antiiipaicd, ih.it ihoe whete iichn-s 1..1..I1I hrii.. led llicin !n the fltl.ti-tiiin nl fti.1. n,..o.... . V' -an TuX i eity disnlaied intlio di-eu-non," I fully nsreewuh "- m slat m; tint there w-. re "boitemus num. ,,f tH nw i fero..,,v , 'iicussort"iuuher.icrenceto It Iro n you co res-'nmlenr, puts beinivi a d. ubl in mv mud tint be his lorjoiltn H.'lno Mini's cj. (pii-ilo H"se '() wad some pnw'r the gi t wad gi'cuj To see nnrsrl's n olh'rs se -, Jt wad fno mine n Id aider free us An silly notion" nmrnc which list mention, no-ion would bo llio one llint any perfectly lir.interestol.person siim3 through lhat C.iineunon, woii'.I nil, if appeal. t 0, (n My who wis 'boi-lerons' "feroei us," lilVe stuentd thoecttsraeierisiicto"A. It." nnd lliote who fnior e.l his side of the sremuenl, Mr. l'iuuK, os,nr. ntH, and often sp ke loud, aseirncsi men me wont 1 1 do in order minipn s ' ,r ieinai1-s on iln ir bearers bat 1 mpocl tlia "I oisierot.snis" nfu r nil. lay t,o! so ni'j'-h in his iinnner, n in t-hnt be said nnd his "f.r eiiv" not sa im.. h in bis enirban touts of in ce is in 111 perfeei releniloiif t with which be r enured upon the fl'insy no 1 one suled lociiim nis nf hi? op. p nnl, nnd tore ihein In shied. Ipr 'lijs ,0 IB a en-eil i f "feiorlv" Let lliow who henid loth judee wbo wis innsi 1'itblo lo siali p vhtrpc. 1 l"l Ihe cbninx nf fre vsncc tn whi, h icnrenrrr.. p Ul'lenl at n amies " It'l MUldrllllr. frr rnrl of ' ' "' ' ." ."' n' ' onvtn- Jf "' H i eoiiie" the in' t r.-ei-i'vand innnnceof reonn is nr. ( tout drlr irnn nf ilea i'1 i jinn i . (i ii 'h w u -ni I'lir-m nrmit -

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