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CONE : E,WpNAL..
• • ... - , -FattlAy, ..ep . t.eitrber 8, 1837.,
.• ' :The Chair announced - the appointinent
•.. 4 tif 111e.Tolinwing Mvicling'eprittilittegS:
Va.,. I'o4ign i?eldribns—lVlejsrs. i , B'A-..
. -(c:haitan - , rallina I•• : -King;'of Georgia,
i zp, . .
. ....;.. . hod --.7 . „
- . , ,,!:C1ay...,0t Kr., Rives., .
-On: finance--41assrs: Wriglit, '..treb4
. steti,.Nicliolis, BedtOn, and X;ll . l3bar,tl:' •-.-
tz.„ - -con --•--
nerceAlessys. King, or Ala.
.. -boVis,Brovin; 'ROggles,__aitd'Norvell. .
• .• On Ma...n.facttiPes—Me sr - S:' - Niteh,_Bu-,
_ :4chanam,, Preston, StrangeotPierce._
- 6 .4 '.Bkrictiltitre--,Mesiirs,. midi,: of
. rotio., Spence, Linn, McKean, Sr. Black - .
.:- On Military. kfaires-klessr,s._ *Ben-.
Itotii-Vreskin i -Tipton,Wal-14-and.. - . Allen. -- , - .
1 On-Militia—Mss lA. Wan ,, ,..§wi ft',.o 1 ay,.
• :cif. 41a.-Mouton,lindSmidi; of Indiana.'
• •'' ' 'dn. Naval .9ffaireq—Messrs'.. Rives,.
Southard, Tallinadge,Gathb - ert, and VVil•:,
''llama. -7 • • ' ' . l'. •• • ' •
)' .Thi. 'Public Lands --M essrs. - Walker,
:Fulton , , "Clay, of Alal4atria . ; Roane, and
'On/ Private Lcinci,,Claims—Messrs
Urn; Sevkr; Blyard, Mtwtoin 8: Lyon
tifttenilen,_Stratigp; ;old Youtig.
(he Judiciary . --Nlessrs, Grutrdy,
• ion:- . . . .
Oh Post Pllices 4S- Post.Roads--Messrs.
'Robinson, Grundy , , kni.Yli
P . t, Brown, and
Niles... . .
On Roadsnpfl Caitals--Messrs.
Yuung, and Wil
liamsr. • .
- On Pensions--Mes.§rs: - Min'tis; Sevier,
7" rientis - s,..i!jerce, mid Roane. - 1 • 7
- On ' Revolutton' t eirin
.Brown, - White, Uritle - ndeti; Norvol, as
Conn. - •
On the Distiict of,. Columbia-2.111 s3l-3..
Kent, King, viAlab'a., - NLeholas, Roane,
•49 4 . i:Ptileiits and Patent- Office—.7llC - SSI'S.
nu. ;leS, Strange, ilayaill, - Prentiss, — anit
Robirison. , • . .
..,0 ___n-the_Coni.in:gent—Expenses_'6.l 2 :the_
4§enate-- . NlCssrs. Mc !Lean, - Tall mittige,
. ' On Aing - rof'sed Bills—lkiesrs. Clay, of
. Ala.Biniili, of la., aiiiiNuFFell: - -
- - On.EnrollerEßills . .-Slessr - S..Sinitiv, -- of
toiiii.:Ly iii, and Aiien,..- 4: •
W . ,
On nio on of - nr., riglit, so much of
- the-P-res'ilent's Message, as relates to, the
subject of Vioance; as
.alsp.the retiort of
the Secretary of the Treasury, *as refer
relit-Jo -the conimittee on Finance.,
.On. motion of Mr, Grundy, so in lich of
the message as-relates --ttrtheAti diciary;
. Was .refeWed tolhe cominittee,Oh,
• idiciary, as was also so inuch.,.of_the, reptirt_
of the: Secretary of the Treasury
iates to that-subject. '
•Mr. Grundy moved that-when the Sen
. adjourn till MonthiY next;
width •was agreed to..' •
Mr.' Nicholas presented 'it Memorial .
from the chamber: of commerce;
• Orleans, praying the establishinerd4 a
Nal ionld - Bank; - which was referred to the
_ —cominittee en cumunerce,jand-ortieied_to_
Mr. Grundy presented a memorial from
`I Ale, a Senator in the Legi s lature
land, giving his view,sgetimally,
. tt iijot t of ftnancer - Which - was re ,
ferrell to Ilie Comittittee on Finance, and ;
ordered to be printed. •
On motion of Mr. Hubbard, the Senate
Went into the consideration of Executive
• business; and whenllte doors were Opened,
Mr. White announced the death tribe
Standefer, a member elect of the
House of Representatives. Mr._ White
then offered - the following resolutions: •
Resolved, unanimously, That a tes
iimony of respect for J e meTnorf of the
•Jaes Standefe ate , a member of
the, House of Representatives from the
—stute 7 of 7 -Tentiessee,thenate :will g
_ .. .
into mourning, b y iy,earineCrtiim on the
. left 4,„,f(5 . thirty (111:ys'.•„s . '.' . • ,
Rejoiced wianiinqusly. `That as an ad
, -- I.lm - ile'.c - i,. - tisell;the - Seitate do nowradjourri.-
. ly adopted,. - , .
The Senate adjourned. - . • _. .
ROUSE OR RE PR,:SENTATI VES.
. TherAny Sept..;,
Mr. Biddle offered-Op fullotifng resolution:
' • ' , ll.e.'mdv_ed,-T - nt•theSecretary_ef,..lhe
Tr - easurY• report :o this llouse whether a.
,lette6 - pu,Srporting tube7ttitlressed_by him
to the the; house of Repres-t.
Lives, offering payment in specie to meot
- Conwess, is authentic; -if. so, tit
• whai other chrißo'nts nn the Treastry
similar offer haF;'_been • made, and what
.Hitiociple : .,ol-.:ll4scrintioation; if env, lira
betm ,adopt"d'in the luediuut,uf pay tnent
to the puhlic-creditori."
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- After the reading orithe jot .. frttal-- i.
2 - Po motion of Mir; Ilayny" . , it - wa-s—m.
. — Sol veil that. N•vienCis, House od jou rnS it
will , adjourn. to me + l ini ,Alontlitx.ne . xt. .
~.<-= ._.Air, Robertson, o Virginia,faid upon .
• Ali,,e i, :=l:lo . e. - ilie, rpo,,wilvx amendment to be
.. 5 44.4 . 9.501. tit ___.. ution submitted on
.. 7 ; C :. Ygiitiv by. me: Biiok;,.‘vltlcli7iiiiiiii.=
:r...44074 - .10 - b!,,,p . hoted., - "" . , --- • .i. _
'''''4'l-#Al,s.9,.if mt_'.he. report. so fir as ascer
' tained; , .tne.anjotAt or.• ; #pe'die received by .
..' the*, Government Zine .. o . ;: i i s t) first :day •of
Nay tam; the florc.,e in : , 'whence: de
".* rived, and.thenoutifirom each;.the-regu :
latiouS under which the same i -or-iny part'
v .-- thereof -rirr." Itien -disbursed; the persons'
to whim paid, ; and the awns paid to each i t
-,. 'the untoun't, now on „hand ;-and nthete de- ,
rOted.---Also;l.whetber since •the date
above,—the—publie ; -,dues,---or--any-L-portion:
-, thereof, have been received il' protested
. . . . . .-- -
. .• . • -
-drafts, or any funds other.;•l.lrab'tliifse pre=
'scribed by the joint resolution - Of 'JOU). of
-April-, 181 6 .' .. -
Mr. Bell. •anniatin — Eeirtlce deiltil of . the
flon..J. Standefer, a member elect of the
House of Representatives :from the state.
of Tehneswee, and submitted:the fnllowipg,
re'sOlutio'n - , - Oltich waS - uoaniniously adopt_.
_ed : - .• .
—Resolved, That-as .a tesgnny -of re-,
speo for the memory of the' deceased, thy
membet — i — tif:thi4-11ouse . n , ill_go into mourn
itiy-,40-aotig crape on
. the left' arm fur
thirty I day s . ----. '7 - ''' ,- -•.----' ---.
On mot_i_o - ._n... s of Mr. Bell; -- • , .
- -The aouse__ -
then.adjourned. .. . --..--•—• ,
. . _,..— -_,- -• • .
Fro; an article signico.4 Plabi De; moc'rao 1)1111i e
."110, Mr. Editor,.-weltnow the. banks
cannot be puttlown for some thirty'years,
without a civij revolution; -and it ..Can
hardly_be enecteAthht j‘lr..Grottg,e- the
Mari upon his own
currency for the officerS anii creditors o•
the - United States, as, long as: the State
„Batik and Mr.. Gouge's scheme work . to:
gethei'.• The appreciated currency' :or
Treasury_ tired irrui f would - be, raked in
virtue by. the- tramme o
ls tlu•tiwn-a tiund the
payment -of public dues, without adding
one-cent to its intrinsic value.. The . arbi
,trary:- will , of Governinent would alone
- create this additional mat fictitious value;
and iu a free Government; it . - could l , tuft
be eunsitlerell:as'havi ng a nyabiding
fiiklier than q.he - of the few
could be . t*lde.. to predominate over those
of the many: .
"The price which the d liTorsiA.Goverei
_ _ ,
ment would be compelled to pay foi• Trea•
sury mediu , ‘votild be - ,chargetl -- like
the duties or oth • debts upon the people
, witl - 1 whom the dektors of Govan:me:it
- deaft -- Thus --- the: — peopte of tire' United
: State:4,a fter—being—taxa T s e V'e l'3 ! T M', II Ili 11 . -
Of dollars to build; Ted-ml)s, as 'many sub
treastuie's as we have torts nod arsenals,
hind to ()Meer and guardthem perpetually
- tit - great .expense, would tie taxed again' in
the purchase - of - gimds.to 'enable the met.-
chants. to buy- TriYa - sury—tnediiim tit - pay
duties, Sze: After arriving at, this point,.
it woulpar_dly require the sharpness of
a7Gouge, or the-a - Ml)ition - or a lionaparte,i.
placed in the Presidential ehair;to relieve,
. People,of smile , of their burdens, and
grant them commercial facilities never
beforethought of. By - a Simpfe:, --- nrifei
from ,the 'l'reasuty Department,„direct- . :,
inn. tlre suliftreasuly of .th.e triilteil-StUtes"
converted - into .a bank of - deposite•iii it
would tilready be4l,bitolt, of •ciretiratiiiii;
and whethei• it would require an act of
'Congress to enable the Treasury aa 1115-,
treasurers to loan out money, and thrthe
banking businessOJ each State, and of the
United . States, would :depend upon the
fact, whether, in that day there wotifirei
ist one spark .deirocracy;•or whether
. th_e_leastie.' (ig_e_of S ta_t_e_ilgh ts . fluid w
have survived theklevastating hand of fed
eral usurpation. Convert thepostmasters
into bank messengers, and the business
of the nation might lie.done like that of a
"[ conjure the Democracy or - Virginia
to be more vigilant than ever; to watch
-the rights of the States and the principles
or-our Government with the nutsl.4-P-Xious.
solicitude. Let not - the. scheme of Mi-.
Gouge betray as; &c." .
• If the newly propos'ed Treasury Bank
for tile benefit of the Office , . l - folde)‘s who
are to be the Bankers, - is -thus--attA-ked
,n a leading orgab,Of the Administration
ItSelf,What is the country, as a whole.
likely,to think of it? Mr: Van Buren may
as well abandoti.this_p,ame at oneb„ .. The
.afety. Fond system-is—not in .
.good7rilr - 61' in. York and—tit—Ex-die--
quer 'political system - tines not pi ionise - to
be popular in these times.—N. York Ex
press. . -
the' ; nintli instant a .tremendous
meeting-6f the Democratic :Antirnasons
'of Chester. county was held in Westches
terfit which JOHN D. STEEL, Esq..
1 - P resided, assisted by JOIIN BALDWIN, Esq
/aria ASHAHADI .Esq. as Vice
Presidents, and William- Webboin4-Isaac
it ice cretaries. Nntwiihstand,
, ing the lftisy, sea - -of the year. We karn
that tlre:;; ; ltiting was thronged by the
'bone ii:Ort hard , Wollting labor-
Fs, fatifi . o"ti t anii•meclianiq. ' The procee•
ding• ore spiri,ted and patriotic. and speak
thiAmequivocal lanlftiage .Of „freemen.—
We subjoin a few' Of, the - felillutions.,—
The. Register and Examiner,
v p.spit mi n v etin,---.U.,w_wi.tit of liar-
4,t.:1 - 1' t` . 4 --
wait:Kit y Ni
• Resolved; -- "'That we-.deem the ballot
box; Ote just legittrnateTand constitutional'
remedy for thti EVILS OF FiIEh;iVIA
SONIII(;. and . that- : we ShilllScontinue - as
eve'', to perseveiv in the;, cause, until the
OVERTARDIV arfliEmn - Atitution7ls .
_nude certaip.tey otid the . power or resnr,
rection. • •
Resolved, That we ,recognize in the
character Of JOSZPI - I.RITNIER, a man,
whose FIR NINESS, IN I'ELLK.W.NiL:
and PA TRl.OTlSM,.retider hinvenninen •
I.y fitted for the station he-,now occupie ;
and. that asT - Pelinsylvatiians, ive - poi t
with. pl itLe and pleasute to his adrninistra•••
tion of the affairs of the commonwealth,
a's. („VNTR - fnuTi :ss.;: 2.5 s
' 4NyiALL. - .Y.
io the PROSPERITY _• f the: state; . and
•-conleitirtg-honor - upon. - th .7.pc90::0f-t he
conimonwealtli, .*. -. ' --!,. ':ff.0 , .;,, ' ,
E Siit'CUISS tit the
We judge tile
Corrosponp.onco oftito naltinio9-
• ''''`atrickt • 101 - iin s o d Ile deei d'hy.a plurality
. , . •. . ~._. • . •• ,• .: nteMbetvf.._present. •21.1u.ti;thpAisgracer9
YVAsiu.Nv.Tor4, - Sept. 7. 1837. p, ....ote . rtst ad.. df ,a MajOr.ity#of . the
Nfl'it CIIEF.R.S PO R T 1-I t 5 ,1101.3 - SE_
OF Hl NIESENTATiVES-I!!—They PrtipositiOn.ve,as.scarcelr-ina4149:5'4
' vas`.l . eject ed with scorn an& laireettift t..
have I d against the Mit -;!..S.uccesSiyeariemptS.,tvetTla..„.4;o.:.'toget,
aga ism—..i'igrarianisni: . „
...,.. t to election put - of -.'tar,olitaltt.','llK..4pl7o...
—and ;must the -Message
Of P./ri . .7 7 7._ .. _. ~- ...,.
any; fur -131. - ittiCan.(nßivEs for,.trgikAlts
ai , ..i.i.t •A ma , , i'l . 1" ' ' 1 -- e ' " o.4o4 l 4liy.:AtitiEl:
, however liniited.-It, al ' ~ ~
~,, ...„ ---, or tle specra va sston
of 3of the' eople.riAire ' •' ' '''l. , ilieiWefftii : 6
said that the•ExeCutive organ d4es. not. .
express .t heir . sentiments,- n.op t he - senti:
.vere in.vain.::-.3.7.lieWpie:SeiCalitieS, I re sh
rorn.tl s - ie i p, etiiii;OrtSitlyed 'to .keep .,, t to
ments of those w-host•wfshe_ and. deter. .1, oi.y.tol leir.,.."tring.the fold. , Th
Minations - they-haveieit here to prnelsiim, Wriuld..lin:i 'im.sterrns Witlythem. - - -:.
and -. .eitforce -I tts raj7tr.ity has: 'de:,Ar ,
creed that ar,Aln. 8t.,131NF w
.s. are , unortrty 1 ,, 4 .,. 5 a • el e clecli tile.
i ac ---- a i mL , ( 1
, ,14. a-hunt the rules
to be countenanced long!;:r.iii anyoflicial o p.h.Z;;H oose , Th-63,-:haye -r es olved-..6.
yi-tIS-a-great-rnitter for-triel - Canse-of po arrd, in--the meantime; refer them to a
litical . .morality, that . the conductors of 'special comMillee'fdr. - revisidtv . .and a
the most indecent and infamous . •press mendment.' • - .:- ••. .. - -----
thatitas ever....disgraCed :this; countr.y „ JuSt as the. House .was "goi ' ad
-should be .thus Signally; rebuked._
-IL is. journ,•Mr. 'l3rooLE, of Pa. offere a tes 7
a surety that one branch of - the. rresent olution orinquirv, cailiOkim tt Seere-'
Congress, -at least, will never consent . to. tary of the' Treastiry . - for info.rmation
give the sanction pr law to the
Peh‘i - whether'the letter purporting to be ad
dons and despotic measures which- the,,,,h.es,;ed,by him to the Clerk of, he House
Gl o b e has been so,'long
.engaged :in ad , frelatiVe to - the payment of-the- memberS
.vocating: and by the adlvocacy
eWditors generally were of.which in specie,tv-as au then tic;' and. if so, •vii heth - -
it lias gained and kept "the :favor o • f the, cr.-, t=ieptiblic,
•aidinfitistrittiOii:: . . -
.- . '- paid - iii that trieditiinTa4d - lf --.- npt, - what
iicatzwismlskindaz..4l.74.,L4ceit-r4V.--,gittiliTtire7trzeikforyrrpt-lciftrocAts crim i , - , -
-11: rtiniPli r l - nr Tire:Zairsl 1 arroiar PvTirrnt;tiOn.. This created much' mirth, and
the distinguished -and itiost estimable I the members went
_hOnte to dinner in
. . _ ~,
, gentlemen who have been - so long, ident'•
, good humor:.
lied with them, as • the editors . .ofth - The Senate' did
_nothing today but
Whig piper at Washington, and.Awlu, ' chose the Chairman 'of four .standing
high 'tone-of iiidependence, - joined w ., I - omeniitees.'. Mr. •Wittoti - r is at - the
their uniform fair-dealing slnd courte sy, head of the.Committee,oo Finance, : Mr..
ha-we gained them - the re•Niet . or all p'ir', BUCHANAN, of Foaign .Relations.( Mr.
ties, and made the Natibital In Lerligencer KING. of
.Alabarna, of Commerye-'--and
,an honor to the country, had 'been elect- Dr. NII)ES; the great Man Of ConnectlCUt,,
received the largest number of votes fox
eel printers to the.llouse; bvt the sup•
porters of Mr.-Attr.s, of the 'Madisii . ni- -the Cliair'bf the C6mmittee i:in . Mapulac
dh; were_ uoyjeldlitg:,:amt,' rather than titres, but there'wasno'clummtm..to Vote in
allow the.ediiers of the Globe to .:filitaiti his case;. and iherWore-no election.---.:•
the•sititation,.ninety five 'out of • one)ttt,n-I O n rito , ,i,,tin of M. et:AY, itAir!.ls - agreeci
dred and three' friends.. Of G,tir.sSt., ‘1.',1- j that the ViZ.e Vresident should 111_1_14 the
TON j,iiiied . the.haf.d . of , .Cmiser Vail veS" ; rest of the-Chairs, and-The Conmiittecs,
atid r leclt : d Mr , ALt-4.7. v. qtfter halrottOg ; as< tO_his wisdom might see in,hr st!. 'The j
t Welve times.. On the last ballot I he . id- rernainder of the (thy was.Spentill.Exec-1
...NH . , Nt, - dkcit,ian evi,ived - 113 votes,', u pi ve ' s ,:g. s i un _., - I
er.wcil3: w.maj4iiyof toe whole--7'
, the nutiiher - eequire(l...to constitute _a_
choice. Ile was therefoi•e_ cleclarycl du-
ion •611 t May be more easily frilaTt;
ined'• than deSceihe - d.. Ile, repeatedly_
declared that he mould infinitely prefer
that the election should terminate in= fa
vor of GALES Sr..v,E N.rqN,' than of Ai.L.
After yestet da - y's procedings, haw,,ever,
- he - gaTe - upyearly - all ,•• _
During the.discussion which to day
'arose, Oli • the_.suhject ,of the, Printer's - •
Election,_Mr.l,2dam trsoN, of Va., inaile
a r•otiosiiioni - which ire - sulipo'rted with
his usual Cogency, to blinf;•oot ail etitire
_separation..between the painting
zoor lir...Ram - 4 .- s. _This
_brought tip. Mr- GAttLAND.AY..a..,_a_dis,
frtetul„of.Mr. Senator , divr.§.
_who took .occasion, in the most emplrat•
ic• manner, to declare that his positThiT:
erns with the conservittives, atira'g•ainst
the f Litt he had V
fed for Mr. ALLEN-:-:111d against BLAIR
1 & Rivr,s,, because the conductors of the
Executive organ _were waning against ,
the - principleg and' duct rines'.which he
S,tOptd..pled '6 7
I"e_pd and maintiin! Ile alluded to the
rehialk. made .yesterday by Mr* lVisE,
hat_t_he • Gun ser
marked irwh—t kat the
. .word had. , one
forth Joe their execution!, He ca •ed
_not: Such. considerations would tier .r
make hith.swerVe from the line of duty.
the - woo Idirvergraitd - nisi* by his prifird
ples, whatever destiny. th,ix,ht be in
These. remarks: were delivered tii: h'
gi eat earnestness and force.; knayx/S,- ,while they-- are insulted - with ,
a !u l P r° o - ' RAG S? , W ill they not arise and :Chive the 1
-ctql,,* a manifest impresssion on the r - i ' mr , -. . ),. - c h„„ gers f rom t h e i T . y n pl e ?
-Utilise. Mr. 'GARLAND goes not witlt/ i
the train bands this session. • Mr. Wi.sii.,, 1 Three years ago, the people were told
that gold : and silver would. soon drive
expressed hiS coniiction
,that his e(A. .'"ballit rags'' IrOrn circulation*. Now there
leauge mini(' ever be found • advocating.: i smcm ,
to he.bad unless it is purcluased of
_and_battltng for.lijS principles like a true: the OFFICE - HOLDERS at a PRE MI-
Virginian. - • ' - / - 1 UAL Tile farmer's and mechanics must.
; Mr. LEOAar., of South, Carolin , . also: be - Content to get ! WIN I'I:ASTERS,
indicated. in a very unequivocal manner,' while the ~s ilk stocking gentry" that
,that heinteods . ,to occupy , surround Mr. Van Biliep gather op the'
respecting the great, qiiestions that %% ill fiOLDs'artil SILT , '.12 to SPECULATt I
divide the friends of / It tVhs ' and TALL• 7- UPO,N r s: I-lOW te r -times_ have..:..changed]
front Mr. -VAN -Bo nEs and the, ' since, the * m mbug was •fil - Sl 7- brought
majority tiT his Cabinet,. Mr. GRAVi S . out.--;,1? nn,ililudWa Telegnaph- -
oLK.y., ba•vingiofTered a reSolutiim pro- :: ._,I. - ----" _
viding that . ,Mr —ALLEN slitiuld. be •Mii- A
Ooyed - by, - . -the d erk tex
o.ecute - tice - printt 7T ric -Secretaty:Of Mie Treasury has noti ,
mg on terms not greate - Fthan 'those Pre. I fied the members of Congress that their
scythed' by law, a motion
: was made 'to pay can* be had in gold and 'silver. Has
lay / on the table, an NIP. Gnoisc:s, pf, such a circular been issued to the mechan.
Miss., demanded the ayes and lutes, fort ice -at wo* tk on the public Wilding's, or 'the I
the purpose manifestly (if 'marking' the" hands al.the Navy Yard? And what right
ALLEN Men. - '-tut . . LEqmtr, called up : onlitas the Secretary to, ma ke 7 distinctioris-nri
him yö with draw his demand. Ile said I paying-the creditors? --A- , e not the honest
the ;dpuservatives were not afraid to mechanics of the country- who work for
show their 'hands-litit - they would - votel t he - govermitent, as much .entirled-to..gold
against the resolution of Mr. GRA% Es, .andsilver for their wages as the•metAbersi
because it was opposed' to the practice I of Congress, who sit in their carpeted
of the House..... He,: however, avowed I halls on their cushioned seuts..and lounge
that he had -voted
_lLic,..iVlr. r A 1.c . ,:E is . from away an hour or po every day? Andr ' i ! .. ,
_thefirSttb - the lastand intended tO: ad- this &'a domocratie administration! th
here to him. •• . - .• • ... is. the administration . of -. 1e0p1e5 .........
These debates wer4roductive of .no• friends : • lovers
.. this is Ili wo rk of
. ____ -.1--equality!--0!-how-vve-ka h_rank_
and abominable i osture
it'ags'ar given _ le peon! ,
- pi•p - ples — rut - Lit__
work-in-Washingt I or the government,
were to ask for.spect - would'be*_ dis_ l i i
charged for his impudence, and his wife
-and littleones..leprived of • their bread,
-whilst4itlhe same moment .a member, of
d7Ongress goes to-the, '1:A0 *y and crtuvss
his pay in . GOgip...4reneer tliese : ,things
enough* awake And'? ipvude tend Denita
'crats. ••=4lllex. ~ ,G ie.i.OM'' . .
._, .. .•
-TAMAN 13U Isl 'CSNE..;
- nii.. from .-- cht — W - est- - 4.oeft-ift
,counting roorn,',At dat.NE4 w'
Rattiral, grow h,; seems to bar_
turned all sortiol4ays..:l3:ttiernlrling so
much the politiceof
. Mr. - s ' t '', NAN. By ft*N;
it has ' been
'been named -after him as an 41trer.
()date compliment.-: li'S worthy the at-en :.
Lion pfythe ctittoUiiin - theie thatters, 9 who
,are iriviter(tcyoluand examine it: It would
form a: valuilt m
appendage ma uSeti,m
or r 'atiy-; othef'_ binet of,.ctiriosities;,,•and
'there is no t place more. appropriate'-fori,its .
d'elOsit thtin the Eashrognkol: .theiPresi•
40041. Palace,-= - -- ..' -
ed, and imi . he fits!, Aura M ran_up as
14411 .. 14, whilta3.‘l,Ai n and TIMES rer
mained staiiortary. _.,The .Gloheits be: -
came-alartnell and .made every effort' to
_I h e
.13ut." Fam sorry to say that a Repre : ,
sentative of 11.tliimoye descended to the
attempt to giVe,a reprieve to pen:JAcK
soies lyiKg Ambassador.. .The lion !
Mr. II owAnn has not. addecbtcrtheconsid,
erationin Mileb, :s lte may have been held.
by iltvilotiOntb'e,tria t e..to givethe•public
printing,fqkt4i.o. -. .; iMited time, to Abe
cond ue t bya ''''''''' 1 Ver---whicbila s L so .1 c2!i_
and g' 1 - a TY d - u nderktanding
or the hone and honorable ()fall parties.
His pl , op ition was summarily rejeeted,
wkli' the sentiments it %vas calculated to
call forth. , Let Mr. FlOwitntk's constiLu•
eats - heat , . in -mind ihat..fie Av . aszealotts
and, officious !
. to give a,',belping • timd. to
-1 ted of the most., respectable .Segment .of
w hat. was.Jately • 'tbelliPlibrnina t .Party ",,
-- t h *kik be. • to=, '>l'' 61,%,', e l ic, :1;:::: : Ii!".,4:-;Ai
entitled 'to:-t hat ria i•
..,,nti longt7, '., , ;:•••';;:r..%;;'.
—Angkbeir f I --0140)4114iti - ''''''', it:to
induce itte lig , ,'.... ,filiiini*o4 l Alll6 e-'
. • . .:;.:,-,,,,..-,--,
very intresting . _dialogtreii
-took 'place to r!ay betweeri
defeaii!d—an'd an liono).able Se'na•
tor - fromßt,tzut• sarcl.he .
he - must Je more arnialifCherea ter or he.
:would Senate's printing
and yet he !•aw, no reason_ ‘yhy peOple_
should - he so exasperated againt hirja-he
was sure. he - was-One .of the best•natnred
"Yes, - " replied
. Senato.r .
"Bt4fitryou area good natured-fellow. in
pi.i.vate = lint you Itairg_a_q> 77 ,--.0,b,a.c1 ;
showing; it in .
-,e.lll . l i3j)er!'''.: ' • D.
itiWilite Office .
Shill Piasters ibr:the'reppie.
Tlie-liaW ;o ore Patriot sttwitts that a
t--brought FIF l'Y
ty,avid!sold it ut u of 7 per cent,'
thus! realising a plait !of three thousand
jive kindred jtbilitrs. . - 1
Our leaders aite - aWare that the revenue!,
of the General GoVernment, - pcoceeding
From customs and lands, is collected in
SPECIE, and • held by . the: OFFICE!
'HOLDERS, who refuSe .to pay it out for
any debt or demand. It is in their power to
2na kr large mpectilatiinnt' upon the MON
OF THE - PEOPLE Iv/lila - hell iftif
EarMBA Safi/ 7 PLUS_
''PE RS. Nv hat say the peoiile to this .aetT
of PLUNDER and —SPE U UL,.4 TIO
by -the AGENTS A\ D OFFICK 1101.DItItS pp.
the • GOLD AND SILVER t! UR 1?1;
~used lor the benefit of political!
. . . . . .
Cdriesiondeof tliiPYited Stateit.Putei
.._ S e p t s'' ~
...:, A:5 It I.N . GTON'i pept,'l,4l.4ts:
- . - '' 4 -'i , , -
. ..710„ . 166 'focoism . .6f :t s h.eirjr,: s esid!
-IP 4 P."- - is — - Ltrti. : 20'. , ,,,4W4110tv4ittY1',
icieu"- of e !, P: '"Ft*P.`c-Ptii - 0ft0." : 044
. 4 , i=;,.iiii4o6 - (o, ? ,;' , oftfricx,
Inq - Witli : 4fie. openill)
;:th:6 7 : . ittin,.: iv h i Ch o i s'44 irf'?' city talk,
among the Whigs.• With--=a vieiv, to, ; .ree- -
' oncile the appoSing ttictions of the idOin;
istration,patty., so as to'preveut - iheefo
Of -- the 2- election_of_Mr.._Volk,7ll;e..kreai , -
dent sent for -W-----4,-;ralrie.W
-img, a genii priao,cif, pi's party and : of Kery,
.C:onsiderable- influence- • To Mr.'Cramer
e entrusted ::the taSk,...and lave rum,:as
his—ecre,i - soletri pledge that:the message
Should contain no opinions, or .thoughts
tinctured . with tile-, loco ; , fii - eilo stain. , —
Mr. Cianer,•ip consequence Cif:this assu.4: l
ranee, exercised his influence . with , so
Mitch success that he:united the - ultra and
conservative Members of the adminiStp- .. ,
Lion`party, and thus'elected Mr. Polk.--.
As soon .as : tire - Me's - age appeared, My'..
Cramer is represented as hiving been al
most bi‘Siile•%itirself•wiilr - rage. :.1-le, decia,
- reel iliat he would not have cared for being
deceiVed himself. if •tbe - evil lead slopped
- Ili e re - 03 - tfi — r - e — xed tii a rliel --2 1 I cfliefell-milde
thi .e.ceptiOn, (sitpposingthatall - this"ru•-•
mo -lie well- founde4 , it is not • probab e
tI - r ti Mr Polk. would - have:been elect e as
the vote would have stood in that &le ion,
mudi about th,e same as it did in the elec
tion of printer, after 'the loco loco char-,
acter of the message .114 been
There is a greatiraflie gaing on Ite'y
in gold and silver, .principally - o in guld'(--
The MetnberS . draw.their pay in 'gold, and
many of thein, probably- most .or them,
carry it instantly Jo the brOker, whrigivek
them about eight-per cent,-which inikesja-1
e otiS - irl&rj.dile, adibion LC Th - e - 'perdienrx 'or
such mttinber.s as dre it nat" too proud to
bring - their gold' to market, . The .subject
was-upbefore , the ;. House to-day,.as you
will see by. the paperi„: Jtfis excitinga'
strong 'indignation every where through
out our cityl'but now that the ;Secretary.
'has' idtrodticed :lie system, he :will have
great. difficulty in breaking it off again.
Weare'ali at a lossto know.what•will bE
-the- course of the Atillifferalit the two hon.'
'sers.. It has been said that they ore about
to go over to the' iiroject.of • theAdiniiiis
4atiop-, with:slight modifications ?. if - they
can be obtained. Some say this is a trick
of-the nullifiers to . get the; Presiderqwith:
in* thelrtoils....so:completely: that he, - can-'
trot escape; while-others believe:di-at - 014
- are perfectly sincere - in the desire - audio - T_
tention do support a salt-treasury system,
"provided the funds cart be made. becure - in
the. hands of, i he oilicerS or can be deposit,
,'...ed in a_ staie_;bank - .. of,_stifficient,
i It Was been said-that Mr, -Preston and
--Mr.Thompson are nbt prepared to go with.
the remit] this scheme,----'iVIC-I-Vlrebstero.--.
day - -declared-himself—against the bill AO
ment of the surplus' revenue, but said that
he 'Would not impede its progress' longer ) ,
than briefly to give his views on the.sub.-
ject, and wpuld then leave it to the nfajoi'-
i.i e sa Melt the administration have in the
'two.,houses, to do what they thotight best`
for the good of the ccuntry 'anti the -re
moval of the evil which now exists. Mr.
Calhoun give no indicatkM - of what his
course would be. The Sznate'rei'used to
.d'av to refer some private petitions to one
of the standing committees, and thus de-
Tali - lined that they would not take up any
other matters' far legislation, than those
which had been legitimately - brought be
-fore-tire'rwtbrough the Medium or 1 he mes
sage. - This is, therefore, a pretty good_
proof that the extra session will nor be
suffered t 9 run into - the ordinary one. It
pcobably will be dosed before -the-rni'ddie
of October, so as to give a recess of about
six weeks. . . .
Cm•respolidenci if hi q t*er ad CotirW"!, r r":; , _
EXTRACT TO THE. EDITOR, DATED, :,: ;
. Washington City; 5ept02 ; .1837: .: :
We did 'not have a veefAiii'r.aession
today, The' Honse-ru,kt= , tit'' Usual
hour, and 'after a'' ChapOlif.".. , Rev.
Mr. Tr,. s t on-of:V . irgi otkt' 7 , - -`: . :4libittitel e c - --_ -
ted, and Mr. John Quitto : - - 4das had
Submitted sundry I.esolatiOns-ity - relation
to our affairs 'With England, Meico'and
Texas, the - House adjourned. ')
-.'=The committee . on Ways and - 'Means
)wilt report to-morrow 'or next day, and
then you may look Otli'for•%tlitrof work.
Mr. Cambreleng will . go the whole figure
for the Message, and the whole force
of the ' . administration will ,be put in %re
ifiiiSilion --to . sustain ' it. .. The ' session,.
framPresetit__appearatices, .will not be,
protracted beyond - three or four weeks:.,
The National .thdi illapnic' conventiod
,asst•tribly.d in this city
vaninillocle Island and .several other
.. s.,wer• r - teented.' The Conven.
'oi . L., ; •rcITY neil tti - meet )gain - in Pltila
ir' j» ‘ In.-November. - I understand
that;it was not eipected,that„.the Cori
vention would be full; as it was called at
._t_hatZseasun.l ft ...fife - f.Y.taf...Altenaixe.7.aßric.o - b -,
'al interest is actively engaged in the
itiess..of . thelarvest. '
TlfcCiAtveinttotr; -- Tli - o - trgit srt .111 - , — em - - - :
i _benced-a hodyfor very_..gentlemanly_Volc
',.itig men, and I am told that the are uni
ted to a. man' in yield•itig a Terence
for General Harrison : and p vei• for Rh
.. . • .. .
. . ,
*7II2OaRDINARY r.;XT lipox Xis''...,.;
Charles X.x.kirit , tif ."'rrifice,,•ivas xtrava
antly xtollel2;ljnt , js;xceedi,kly xecrated.
He xhibitett.4o,4iillinary itbellence,in Iti•
- .g ncy.-citcerbiiiiiitt i'•-it -:-.-yvtit4it em plaryLi t).
xteynals, but Xtritisie.,pti iainination;„he
wil t s xtatic :under. ithciitation, xtreme in
1- xellenient, and .xtranrdintiry 'in xtempore
xpressicin, ...He Avtis - xiiatriated f 'for fiis
xcenses. and .to ',xpitt,tt? , lii:,*:r O'gfilAe
...xisted.and xpired ity;kila . .. - ..,;,,, :. 141-':
..• The Queen DOwager eifgngland,
stai'de, is said to be laboring:under con
sumption, Bte - is - to.have an.aillowanct
0f.a190,060 (netirjy. half a million of dolt
larS).. per ,- Itturarq, and' 'Marlborough
-}lou4erto '.; '.• -----
FROIVI ~V:ASHING N.
iya,pi c i
l i, dent of
the U.. s , ivbic . Was go r 'on.:.-pr of
.11 . Spealter, at , tlte.i , east, t Ite.in
tense' intrest,..rntini ed.,irt tis result.
fr Mr. 131(0v.50 . ...k1i.e;,,..0riginul
iJropoil Mier' or m r ., - r tio ma -sno'3 . name'
aaa.caudiclate for'the vacant ofFice,.l . .rillow . o
the. - exaroplel.O.Pii , i.collea - gtie, !qr. - Foa.r!xitlO
whai - 3 , t ! st eidiy,ddrilared,bis indepeficleled:
? ' -lie-ciillarancl-iled-the—v?tin:-Ity-thOt-tis
onishing-_displayL4-ile members "from.
a Regcncy Slate "avowirg-the.M - selvesl,a,
I. ould hardly believe inyr own ears?. - and'
. i l
e es.. • -- • -
. . . 1
.Mr. k.itdittiz of g": Carolina; the sec
Mr•Pincki.ey. firtim. the Charles•
- ,tonljiatrict,.• also cameodt with a Jiiiirt,
but. extremely eloquent' speech,_ in which
he, .!too, avowed -hifnsell an . Allen manr
and iptiirated tbat the liiipporte'rsl . of that
candidate: Werenot - lik - ely - to - be - d ritied -7- 6 . ff ? -
or worried OIL dr man - reuvre&loff, from the
,pflisitcution ol,:their .ptii_pose.i., - .__ the
7.pit - e-04..riiiiksa-Hivit. h iflitt!Arma hien 7. - ...-eilikrArAt'-:
I cannoi,describelto you the effect•prO
dtteed:by this tirwomed -specrarle.-yot.x
sat on. therns,... CADIBI6:FF.):G bit his nails.
TheVarnall fry of the: party evinced their
diseonifort'id vario.is wrivs,--Lall of iheril
expressive of the deepeai - dis,;ppoint mem
and chagrin. All read 'fin the wall of th.e
Chamber ."Meter ,R ene Teltellipharsiri,"
k n crs d W the fitigers . inscribiug thd inacrip:.
tier') theft. • - . 2'- ' ' - • '
otie Of - 11r. Van Ruren's re'com - -
rneirClations can -pas.
file ex• -
'tension of:th'e Custom .140 1 15 BOLICIS pay
ments. • They will-tuft:4ly Ili the pre - 7
pc7i - stero' us Sub-Treasmy plan, and,, will
laugh at .the'-prnposition.'lo-repeal the
Distribution Law. .This I - louse of Repre
sentatives is not that, of which Alnjah
Mann - .and 'Samuel Cuslunati were the
-whiPpers.in. A:change has indeed come,
over the- spirit of_. tat eilln.-.-and this
change . is---a-fitoad, and it is to bedioped
permanent, awakt . nin_4:.:_:: -
• Ttit:'e.: wll5 a good, deal-of discussio.o, !
aftelr - this business cifthe piblic - printer l
settled, as*toilte• revisal 'Of Ake: rulesand!
orders of the' 1 - louses.' NlEtt/py.a. of Vir
ginia;* made an attempt to - reserve the - re-I
!visal of the electi , Ur !tales, sci as . tfi-prrijeft I
a pia') by Avhiich a fair:mode.of prOceclut'e,-1
TO`'ll.:aßl - fii - :Ttfi;TConteSed elect ions, 'might
be'secured Ohio. SIWITI, of
and othets u'ere for
. siriking • out . .,
the. !pie the :third of the . ,
House - ate . piopo
reednitifl'erafion of a Citiestion . ..t . dreatly
. But t Wu - YES:OIL ottlf.e . wfulle - w. a s_,
NC:LA:oink] itt e ••to fe_por t—on_'
.rufes•ititd-orcle'rs, the'present code 're;
mainilig in for'c'e for ten days to cotne *
there the affair efids . for_the present
Aliectinimittees are to be. Anounded
on Monday—so Pumr.
.intimated to !
l'o-morromi STANDIFER'S death
%t ill be announced and the Huuse will ad.
journ-until Montiay. .. •
The Senate met. elected a few of aie
chairman of .Stadding Committees.. and
- - - - -
The excavations for the Genecset Canal
in the•city fhivr,:tinveiled some interest
ing animal reinlinsa respecting which a
friend has handed us the following metno••
MAINS OF Tl-IS: ' :NIAST,ADoN. have
been discovered in digging the Rochester
ando Icon Canal in this city, at the inter
section of Canal and Culadonia streets,,
about four feet below the. sot face of the
groulid—iintieded in a well defined deposit
impregnated tton. The
.Only remainspresetved ate tußrif t"hr ribs,
about 4 feet long, a bone supposed to be
-one of the lower bones of -a - fore leg, and
fragments of an im:nense tusk. The
workmen describe the_ tusk to- ha - ire been
12 feet wt\s taken,bi them: for a
log i .44rOken to pieces,only 12 or-14 inched
of the , point:escaped fracture—the rest was
broken to . pieces,,and,..Most`of it together
with other parts .
keletrin, - were
thrown out and burre , : -'earth eiccava*
tea from the canal.- - e pieces of the
tusk - preserved,•exhhit the pie - Ce 9 of the
texture of ivory as•distinctiv tiS — ali"ivory
comb, andy retain- their original 'whiteness
The ribs are.in astute of pelletellife'S - e - iliV
P.f!obably the en'ire skeleton Was deposi
l'eiVin . -Or • near-The place i'Vliere . thefre-:
mains were tound. and More may yet be
discovered. • Geli'lo . gists asSign .. a i•emott
origin to these and, similar reins-=sup-
posing' them to- have. peen btu ied in their
present situations by Me,uni'verial deluge,.
at'whiah•time the animals-themsel-ves are
s„pposed to haVe come extinct.-Roches
'A PROPQ-51T1.0.N,-- 7 1t will be re• ,
collected that General JAmcsoN told Col.
TIV - oTtc, -- rhe --- delegai-e—iti-G4lglT'S g -11'1 I 6-
Florida, some ti ne'last sinter; . th,t:lte
could "place hin self„he head of fifty
old women, and -n,. and - eiill to the
Florida War in one weelt;" Calling to
mind this boaSt of the heroi aucLthe dila,
,tOry.. nature•'of ' the l'oresaid - ,:war, . the'
Louisville Journal very! .. appro,pfiatelY
sugggest Oat - "the Secretary of %Vat.
send out 'ben. JAciisOpi .end- the SO. old
women, instead of . ,drumming .up for
: L. v
-Tennesseeolniriteers' .: ' , Why . .not?—•
The old„ Roman muliTicaTe — eiteirentiTr
and actions of sonle . sOrtr'atitt'asilie . has
f.quitted hiMself so .porirly. in the field
of polititcs, agaittstlu e dge: . WHlTE:.tiiil -
.t'r,. Beim, why .not give .him a chance
to .f r e
,kids laurels; hi,the manner pro.
AN Fr EN. --A - rwin. was.. foetid in "'the
,gutter in Prunestreeticiear.Sixth, on Sat,.
urday•evenindifie" . t - a ‘vINV like dp-
Irah.of Gatb was slewed:with a ding:
-Ledger: , • 2 - • . •_ • •• • -
1 Our readers; no. cSibt, will be anxion . h.
Itcr See whatihe . ' Obe t has, to say upon the
signal - ,defeat it his,'inet-.in- th9.-CgMest-fdp -
• ?tinter of:. Owl! tiSeT.lt;..iliii - , .. IlistiVind
sank - last thros? and struggles - ertesout..
1 4;04:jet; ."'the getifocratic cause.." ' the `
.iterit9cracycl 00 - e , :like coilietlipli6l6
' F.N ioy- .E thing; as ;:liiiight well expected_ : `:
1:1'0111 cold blooded-;hypocrisy and rcuatified
, s .-. - "..,..,_ :- ..._. pm tithsqlobo. :.'c „ ; ..: :
Tft' ' • , LturlQ '..1:1 - 7 kPRIRTPTI •
TO 0fJ.51f....11 . W11l be seen.frofti
our c ts,.,that, after threeday's - voting, ,
the op) ‘itioeunitektolC---filitets- -
Artemb .I represeminstititeucieSlL
ftle - m.lly: .C) the., ad finis,. .and -have
, . -
,'unfer,re(l' ..9!) • M lien, editor •6f . .the-..
f,,,i il ais . opi a n, the p niirig - Pithe'.:EliniSel:Cir. -
'llepresentati yes. .yVe do.not complain of .
this. Divide :and:cikquer
. is -- .. the only,
policy wlrich.caii•ltad the; party tp-succeSi ,
i That - they Sliould_seiz;ei i htoceaSiOrt:Cof the
fresh disorders Which I heY havp produced
In the-country t0,./erpate - dis - sension - in the—
raoks. of' democracy, is - oatur.o). 'Their
instincts must • have been-dead, -to have
failed them 'in such a crisis: but, so farm:
vve.areeoncerned, they, will bedisappoini - -
'ed,, if they unticinate horn the. Globe. a
_course,caletil-4itll_tu.diiv6 frum_the part Y-.;,...
a-solitary individual inclined to give it an
honest. support.•-• ~' . , . ..., • ..
.., , -Ft.4l)) the-Ire-of- of -Ao : -0 . 11- .. --- ; ---
4 - i4S we have..ilevoied our efforts to the.
"detriecratic'cause9 'We will riocrelax.:..,
ext.rtatiohs nOwi'whe - ew - diflicalties
require . them.. lie' ld',l)ave consen-.
ted 1 . 0 purchuse..ease,ancl affluence at the . •
price-of 'Principie„.it would not have been-
a - 1i...f.d task to have s.upied the complexion .
or the, print' to the. interests that have . •
sought to secure its advocacy.' But we
have been ed'ut,ated in top stern a school
AO value money:More thltithclse - just and. ,
pat ri MSc larinri ples. 'W Mai' have ..given .....
_us_a__c haracter-wit It-t-he-great--hod-y-of-the- 2 - 7
pt..ople, which . we plate above all „price....
IS this were not so, the infrexible course
we_have posited for eight years.und:ert ke f .
past and present administrations, might .
have beer, 'paraliz.t.d . liy - the secret op.:.
pliances of' that moneyed power which,,'
has mach!: the
. edti;:ation of the "pies . s.4(
'part of i6s
...policy; and which has-car
ried so Marty from the ranl9,orthe de.:.' ..
m,)crticy to the 'ranks of . the'ettemy. "_ . -
\Ve Cake a 'prideltraSsu r-ing the- great- -
body 01' t.tve-demot:ratic patty
. in Cony -
gl'ess, ilitt tie..iire . - made, stronger not
disheartened; by defeat. The steadfast/
,uulfroken Tiolt • they .presented
thAughont_the :ballotingof•three" days,
is infinitely more -gratifying - . - than any
victory . whiCh could be achi e ved without ' -
them: - \Ve roam them .our -I).eartfelt,, ._
t liahltS: - -We Will tlieit good' opin:. •-
ion.. . • - .
Ffoqi Bdtimufc Palriot
So- mod) For "1 he•A;lobiK' NVe
give the, i eniarks of the Nation
gunc_er op tilt! -subject:
Thil.Ffnse or Ilepresental Ives yester._
li - e,.ug_b_t to an end a Contest,
h Adl as - a - t .- For thrive - Al
:nom As ALLE . g, 'Editor OF 'the illettlison
itm, to be - Peinter - to dim - . body fcir'the
prt.se - iit (...152ag.j..-'ess. •
•E g:l. 3 9"iptc)ligent observer-of
rress and incidents 0,( eleEribn ill
discover in it the evidence or a siruggle
bjtween the two great -panii_e.s, l preyent;
ed from mastering each other ifiAlfetin...
test by the presence of a third party, of
-small streugh, but great spirit, that third
party being an en • of,. recent -- Orgini
but,havingdecidedl more affinity tcrthe
W.hig's'lhanto_the' party : represented by
the GovernMent paper, from whose side
it has been created. .
The; ‘Vutos of the house or Rrepre
setitatives manife . sted their faith - by vot
ing through_the :. ,ythole of the 'first day
fhi.---the'Cintlidate.whom 'they prefeiTet4
They would probably have voted. in_ the
,same way up to this time r but for con•
sideeatiohs which had great weight with
ahem,, and which were entitled to it 7-•
It ottme to be understood by them that
the supporters . ' or the.Madtionion could
not.bring themselVes to vote for the Edi
tors of the:&ational Intelligencer,, which
has been so lobg an anthgottist of the,
party by-N''vivich they were elected to Con
gress.-' They might, perhapS, ettinis;ol;
ler, after a tecliot.6
..str'uggle, have gideu
trp te s-7-- e, Ito u gir — ma - k - e _a wilt Jori t y in
theit; favor., Meantime, however, the
public interest was suffering: the busi•
ness for, which Congress hag beeti
specially convoked was lying cold.MiAlie •
Clerles table, -and, if the friends of all.
the candidates stubbOrnly held out;
Might there lie for an indefinite time,,
ket•ping-- the. whole coati try, in 'a state of
suspenge and. anxiety. The Whigs;
....Rll'lr.e l l,!_ i Y.. _Y,-.4N;', 1 11 1 !1.k. - -i11„..11)i , .piA0pv.r.t .,, , ,,, i , f ,
appear to _have ceme, - _-oneAlfter-another - • .
to the conclusion, (which - the country".
- will. prnhably consider acTtle wise one,)
.us - the 7 4 Ctiiiservativee! Would not ankle i
with the it to unite With the "Conser - va.:
tives," and e I tertfie i r iiiiii: -.- " ,
... The moral of this' story is, that the
prediction which we made on Monday. --,---
indeptindent spirit on the part of the
presen4-1-lotise of Representatives. is•al
_,x,aci.y._.4e.a.l4-at.4l-4.1.ve....v A t 'C• ill the ji o , ise;
on several quts ' . -- b - f.y_*i an d l ll -*Pi-4-- - --
shewecl .it -cl , rity . alitnit 23 '
votes direetl k. I
i and rebuking_ .
die-whole-set braced in the late
Mt gStige iiritie - . regiclentw and genera y
the : iloctri! , which have been .prorattl , g ..; „,...-
ed through 0i114,41me1-as-AAi.c . ge-of • .
'the Ailministra - ti ,--sitWe.ibt..--suspensioti--.:::
of spe cie payments by the Banks. ~.`
ivir. ,, iti.LEN, we have.stated, has been
choseklirinrer . to„Alie_tiouse. _Bal,,Aj - i
saVe-tlie - ifeeessity of explanation hereaf- ~ i
test, ills perhaps proper- to anticipate
inqUiry:iit)(l state,. that, -as Mr. .At.i.EN's
establishment h re it - of - , -- recint - date, - he:
`has: nest te - hu i Ishii, - s' it c h -- an' of;
fice, as is required for the business orthe '
House of-,Representitives, : :The print..A. •
lug will there lie .executeEL for' him - for e
tlte.Prt•sent. at the . offige . attached to-the • 7
'esia byt*lttrAtkiit of tbeN . atiotial Intelligen- ~
'cer,-in:witieli,t he --ia . tne l workl:tiai•bein
heretofore executed; Ofen its irfoprie-: ,
tors were Printers-`to:thelloose..' - , ....•
~f tt tumuli and net otthe -numerous
conviratOri-ligainst the life of I.lie.Kilg.of France;
sire nolf - in the United States.