days. The publication of the excess of mileage charged the government, by member of Congress, ha mad quit a sensation. The representative ot the people who refuse to pay se many just claims, petitioned for, should be more particular about a matter ia whieh aot only their honor, but their integrity ia deeply con earned. Sixty-two thousand on hundred and five dollars and twenty cents, paid to members of Con gress for excess of mileage, would pay the claim of many a widow aad orphan, who have been knocking at the doors of Congress ia vain, for more thaa quarter of a century. PATRICK HENRY.