The Hillsborough Recorder from Hillsborough, North Carolina on May 12, 1852 · Page 1
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"4 '6fJii -1" atrtltip in lb Mrrcaolile. 3uinf Ui to"of Hilkbofough timler (ha tjla of ' 'PJ1E nhKribet It' om I tmtrioi h tfpriog iuit-,phcxnical$.i i) 'miiy,1 raiitj Article! uotnbi Aid - i'13r8ftfi,iiTiJ til ia oi po- H(lf n'5f llemarks of i Miy Mangumj 1m ExphnaUm Jhii VilitiealPmilin hid ceptitioQ of that term, I Jcirij'io ttUkf f few1 Ktnarlb. touching, i 'brief ly tf oporii fej koJntiV which' ill fact; teiAljr M' it&taiii W . in j. owq personal poeionf wiiicii. 1 apt a ire ikof KWe'cObAeiici'toklii toJy'b'iii nfwdfUi' ,;tobicf W'.'whicli niUi -men ate 'suppA&d U bc&l flucntl yJan'4 but, fcW Mtelf llall b kLUnef m X "iUMI hilt ,M IllU I .U. HII.'ilFl It is lliWtj to the ate'thk 'durtp, nasiSDif 'M ARK NOW I1KCEIVINO AND OPNIxa.THKU 'kuft III 1! Mtectetf WHh'grttfl (arermth ISonhcrnmrhci, ami ron-rtin tfy anfrfe' UidIlj1 A . . :. 1 11 ...It 1 . -aynut 'jnr.oi tafl'aaj,r"""'' -".;; orj Otafd nd CoKTiiac'Brknditr,1 and lMrleirrPft:;ShffV,tndT0eiu! JlM!,riafWlnH.Ulw' RiicuI'. 4 HaHig avaxiad Hi aiw ayxK to tn nn m tVUWf if poil int lie fceb Wa-ranUrl )p fimimenJUig tb artlcfca to friend mJ tha ulUe u lnij hq risUty la kqt flcred lo litem'. nl win the' astu i anvUl proCU IVtfch. Waii ! hwuOM time W MoBaalcT kelnacoitrjaffj U.licli ikejijoltHif ii,'ITukt Jot ptat liton Jb. hopM for at er kW ral ,.,,,ui. .;-a iconiiBuanca m uw . " -"n "'i nn latHUg cwiiuam -wiry n wiwin iuimi'j fK, r4 ..!.! .titjnti fc-rt !"'' ' &? Country-tntde JantnJ tlmopny (OUA:, try rrWuct, Uke IB tiirliange fr fjoori. " ..v,.-. '.m 'VM.',NELSON.'v,' AUI7j"!l ;iH,i.i! 11(111 Vrw 8f-i?i it; i" i' -ft A(?ONt at ,, ,1, i;m-, t. ii.t, ;:;li)M;w6dneS;JiiiK;s in very ahnrt Ibo Bpbmbrg aid Wotrinff.'-..'. i ThuM havHis Wool lo rani, will pH tkaitit trraUEj), H il ouraelvea, they flirnWi5n Iho trd.J had jt .in, their heitowal,, thouch I.sm nq i (carHliJate,i4nu:in,,U4 prebabUUjr( neyfr'lialbe agaip ye fr. hf favf if alpeople; whp,are ;fle.arr an,dilearer to' jny own peftt thmi jnj;tth,rra o4 I ty 8t,th? (Whpl,Ainericai ;ami iv. are T (!! lull I tli't'l t.!"'l I ,u !."'-. WM-unnt! in. tho rioii tclt f cornpr. bijteiml coarurrtd i hi! their deiailt. Fm Ymm it. 1 .would tfDturt '1mtm a fnrre mUe(r f . dpinkurt tiar itiere wai not a nipmbflr enher branch Wi lhff Icjislaiure , iliai approved of etcrythinj in eer v one f UioM billr.: f cerialn f ijapi?Vt SVtj" Uiat I av.,pjqrjtj: r ipl fc vwent for -an) adjutimen the, people pf.North .Carpl'iBa prefer tl which n honorable! man. amid i present IVcyidentXur the auceBfiipOtaj both end of die Unioo. I did no 'J fl nderstan,d, .eviden ce.1 which lfM now. ! Bi I acted tipw Uiikprio ttand at not desire their first choice. iThat in, not exactly t to obtam tn! drantge, .or victory, it a in(yt!cod'orA,lu tandi;rvbprf, Jstood j uiunplt.over. any oppooentj. In thai oec four ycara go. 1 preiferrKUheri a tionaj .eontro wty think? ther i tio b'etwfea.mf fopa'trtipnt mndhmyoeU: tpaqqairea- tirmry or-a trinmph er hi can lead. 1 trust Juno result thai may bdrj-iiuenil,t,Aae puW'vc, UUcrcsta knpw icr(V;tlj iWelliilmt! jheamal o lii, )rvfeffnc;npi )iT1Iprt, )willi inly on the ears t)Lm irwnaa aiid CUar inir honesf and ainc,erejprjvctjW9M! ,4 iui upea t yeril5inp!eaaant-.tiinEa j,w iinj. Buotecc oi newspaper nwcuiauouB, rc-i w.oy.crso ;iiu wrsehtea' VaWbusfy'akd 'tonfltc at'' diflcrenHofnts).B'! rfyVevbr 'ainai ! in4. ali(VW 4t Iw-I.wdte mayt,fl"tAper',wh?c"hl tW;' I'wn tidn "jharac.tef; t tinwitlm that every irldd 'fehouiJ mf roev;ef,,aj,thejr, Yiryj kind., what- wpula ,fery ,eltt- re8Dect,.w er to bte -Udubtid ' iml '1 ,!tlcre';,l If ; T j I JhpJ4 . Vto fil ighleped, ptrit can sbbii Buceeeo: m explaining rayseji per-jeysiee mfee coufliry , pa fectiythat'l niay heW pot bfefloubted ikTpgji..a1vcIi!tew,.bIf, anh,Urmi on IneW'taMeta.' cr.iRUH.tcfvnroliblf:KtAnd'ii,ir 1849 and, 1850.,. I era v God that i Proclamation. - . fuiMth. BubUe that Ihry wiU tMthio h boat i.EJfe-y flitlotaRart, Wr . t. c " .-- i l- it... i .mf twmateui MurtM-umam. " i m il ma taint wh-bimiwm mtmiwr w vnr i , - w Will bt pjaaatd l art ht i euiUmrt pf tht ; X7 concern, anJ thf fr friemlt gcnrrally. 11ry bit t tMirchatnl lb Mock on icrnw which" Witt enable ' aWtf iham la tall Good laartf tha they kat hmto- kUu tortUrn, taU-1". hit1nrkr,r, Mr iWnwf ( jj Jimir ma. Kill Ik ItrHtlH I WW lUDMIt I .1 - !- 7 rTVi Uhlh .ill r. ' ffWlWUl k. - -f'-ll A M twfiM 1 Waaatit. The freehold noUlicaUon mi nJ ehaatftlatvkt.rl r. im 't" sfw'fW nt?ttlSot- tret-ly,.tle-llWeyf the Woi'ioriwWoto conceal Uieirimpaifiotlo .H" !.0 a - "mxm-mi.r.--! JfciUfdflt Cawrfi4ieaAr nfik matt li xuru vmrmna, mm it tewj Kwabet of BMdubera aftach IIoa ir -j '. ' - .t - . i . ,j 71 ! - . . jt . I! ERE AS, tbrec-uaha of tht whole bub prepared to aapport the nominee 'or the iiftb lnay,lnyer,,iiappi,agaio1 in .uui tW4f Btrabewof each Uottio of (ho M WhigCwVeJltiOB 1 tfeM td be fi 'VItoi!lrI 1 xtHi , ihrV rn AateniUy iVt, at tho httowwlonri thof t- -qJ -hail ict uwa'thit Mine ? . j k in tor' .well that ,thra.ar"oer- wina Acts "i r .. t..'..t. ' I . f 1 MiMoltt tr..- ...1..' Li l.. 1: :. . AC T to amend the Constitution ot fanrvim n.'pniriktlmir own indi- oonpoi fronyiinal tfita- Iment, if oeceasaiyf against all my wwnf 'ea to at Uktly t reeti indinhtMOB, t0mrpporiiab 1 did therii'Qri-irUeuiiiidfibd that tho Union w roost streaaoaaiyxne noonnecor we 'nfo j;or wWo,!to conceal Uieir nnpainoiK ; Whiff CtoentionfeH nr;ii!ii Imi ''nd, imltorou devicrwJ afTecied to rontld I L 'I . 1 LIL uL.kt ...I. 1 1 , ... ' . -r-.-t I II . L. have, my preference.' I harj tht' aame 'tea.juidiia tofio,i iwlwiio ihey: mieht for years ago and that preference nv ba Kiada light of it when tlity regained pliea no. derelkliot of principle ipon.'frra Ama t Ua their wero nm lew af inyr part, nor any departurB from( e'frigUMtiftiHpiwdurifig. iho imo whtii BaT 1st I tut IB 111 w" -- . a TTUM1 1 IB WW W lfin T aW I1B UBtaW WaraT OI -' IBB III" tflaa . aUlaai&aV filar aatOtm nat&klffair M fill .BlBriltTtTlfl HIT- . .1 . .1. . .l nf ttitr.l MtLw ;..,S-.CTm Mit'Aainitl Meeting1 4oomng, w "'".""T'r """TT- . -f .!. Uwl. .ill fca k..l.b.n ht OI ID nrai Aniua i I Vy . 7 1 . . . l.LI Biihin lha aatne dutrirl of fiftr KaI lManh. f that national lleruf '.!..! il..L iU kni. mI, iwl immiMiil HeiMlltaiettrrtreiomfc-" 7""- r" TT . ;T . . ?" "7 7..' "1 . ..a, , IL ItI788ELl OrinJ See. "" w "na -""" ... , iatret.l' anowr ir W P perrt.1,.1 iHoUtfiH M Uieo) t iihiik art yei March iiat: MtJ ' sgtai f !, ! . f. T?. 5T,!! ! ticular directiorii that we ; have tov hate ctcaood il. But with all w - .iAH Ban awl mm niiinm'ai ; jaai nrwi muiib i . . .k . . ' ' . i. -4 . v ; t aaai ui an null hiih aw-. - - a. i ak. T I n7 of the tg. of twent, ,e... (except Mk wwrefji DOiaawin .n i A IJt oernaot imteblea' 1o tht MiWriiiert V ,n, onedirtrict wHbinUieSutetwtU.rnoritrit'tion ol tbt Sooth, WnO imagine friende aad hi brethrenv (a thai respect beliee,lrom my Intereonrte with Gene-, rl jScoM,, Uiul lo more nearly coincided w jth, tnyvpei tonal faelin.jt than kny other rusa with ywbom i ronrrraed.'f Sir,1 n: tionul jn tlJrhit leelirfgi 'U hia pto-cLiriuew. in alliiit inclination, m UI hit profcationJie idwired neithbr a wnimph id llie Noiji orei tholKoulh. hof of the South oer h NordU Ner did I. I detbr ed m adjustment of an tort hpbh which men might atand with honor an both ei-tremei nof the Uuioli, ond iprtterto that heritage, ;wthout: whuhi liberty; I think, irould be etinjuiahed, 'and. peihapo for- ejfff.,i ,Jipgmp tiiiB'AJnion oepauted px Flly io.1lwaiof onre loel tint example, tifi flVould(iciUmble iddwn imo ' ths trnalleaAand oat coirterrtiT)lo,:and fao- tiout. and.i.aiting frainonnv)od --we wonld befcoiBO a byword and a corno alt tle,, enlujlteoed 4ortionb ! ot mankind who jKrd .any linteiesi in Jininan liberty BtuLia. lite Jirrei kit cifilization ' ' A belifTe.'lherefbrf, that irj domj what I do, in indicating the pteference which I haret I id no degree depart Trora tne prin- crpleai hato-alwtyt adtocaicd erwito-,- during that lerriblfl! lelon: tt l840-'50.t 1 1 had ctronj, apprthcli8ion ti one wool J bare had even for a; parent or a ehild thai heftgby a thresh tiet a bottomlesa'fulf. 1 The bravest of men wewj : made to' tieable; and fchntjst' ."t quake wrte'deeplert otjght; rhl?tt lout at It la" rftpresentad lo be byaonTS jfentlemen who recklesfly wmt forward, lighting' their' little taper, and, makiag their way through the wiortd,' trying to get s little' Qasb popaianty wbieh wotua not live' longer thto their tabenr VrffnU burn. .EsrklewTjr ft they1 potbedrontsTd to results; fcnrfol and ilcrtrirctireto every thing of political philosophy, eterr K lover o(' human l liberty aM hTiaTSTT lrtredom mast have frit that on the deehn'oft f tha1 qwetttone -then Tpotrdingf 'depended 't! hopes of mankind I and tint: if rJrfte rtc less coonsel should prevail, this4' Itaica -i-thohbpw 6f masJilnd wmild hare bera' t buried for a time, if hoi forffW, (i I hopw' never . td -be endowed with Xtnl tmi vt recklfstQess t and I bopt tint tha1 Cttrjff rity of tire Amerreaa poopfo will nryer Ib1 endowed wUb It; !1 bope-'thtfT wita'f fraternal' kindly and tHcctltfnale tttmi" e wfllwatebcnrrimimatlow, wilch their-progress, and endeavot Id prrperuafe their1, Id thepreTeTeBcsihmindirtrtW WrtTio' next presidency, i feeltlrat eforlhtwesti1 will bo us sesTire in uimre wmlsri m iny ' bands htroirtdbtKh3c1trJ id thU Unhnt' I fed that is the pnrlty, the tratioflaktyY' the kftowb honor, tire bortest end ttestU fast prmcipletr of tbat ferrflBimrr,' Urty would be as safe w they voohl b tafy where, i - la tho providence of God, It la ' not the hrghest abiliry and mpst practised f statesmanship that aro required to give w a good government. It wmdd be- tnoil 1 onfortanate for the world, slut especially 1 for this AmrrtcvB wotW, ir it 'were so. ' mienuonv, tuuuu tnu urm uoaii. 1 not St all. n Dtii Vet I find pentfemen Whoto am- i f. hhinn .n.ar. Ka t,miia A a taavnaMrV.' rtr a KlfQl .......... - ...r, , l: .j t C0ll6lyrof a CongressidllBl district, rjf Bt aoy Irpor, wn ino oromenw ( moel, porhspa to. Statd.'imp.ignHtg me ' igocd strong, common sftrtf. re ill inihoWlic' nrihi.asa t-.if to the kite faf necessarf ttmake Jh pwpht I the, hHrble "senator from' New 'York, h,npr rperOTMnd even giorfoos, Tlie practised JfsehiaVBlijrns, fnfimiiie-1 ly aronalnted with all tfreiinaoBitles.' Itr tootitieo, and sdroifnesset of the ctrninftg N OTIC Ei' , mrym . av ? -w 1m) South; of the finilhiet Uwrtii not Vet a finwlitrto r" ' a.t . .-.a. a- heirinafterdecUredo who bavt been inhabittntt j what is esteemed tne peculiar nsniir'th irposiuuni toagiiaie.iiiuii-sipprooe U. owetot ImWbleJ 1o (ht ttiWtltr (ir ,nT one dirtrict rHbintlieSuet-rtlYtnor.tbt'tion of the South, Vhd imagine that B the whole of It.. "jl llunk llihl in this burn' , liooda porrhweil of Me. Yim.n Wcuamei ioMnedialery pteceUing ue oay oitny tiemonaiiu art requeued lo tclito with hlro. without deity, ,haU hat paid uldk h"a .. s.llltol lo otherwise ibey wilt find Iheir tcevunU and sylet voto foi a member of llit Senate ; , in Wtber hand WeoDef lion. ' '' " v iBrc.S. Bt it further enacted. That the Gov . s , j- mt ' HOLT ti CO. M,i.rnor the Slate be, and he U heichy directed, ' Ing focus, of arlioi at ike city of Wosh 1 'ingtoo, .quite as rniirji is iko to produee t this agitation at is produced either by the UfcA , .. IB. ' ANTKP 1 flOA 1 A RDS Tf !! Cloths, -of ly Vy, all kiada. . n wo i AUo o quiniiiy of. Flax feed. f: w iv'i . n-n ti ' I 1W. .--iif.l September S3. 02 Iron A liowliol. .,ri n of the Act. authenticated by tiDcatt of the 8eeretary of Bute, and both iho ProrUinatioii and Iht copy vernor of die State ehall cauee man i tmiaiiuio w incur,' is uuiruc- w them.' if he docs not happen to tread in the oath indicated by theia I am old enough, if not wise enough, te act anon abolitioiMsis of 4he Nrrtli Mt the disiiaioa the suggestions of my own lioderstahd- . isu o( another portion of -Ute- Union."! 1 ins ; and, wise or anwise, I shall pre hare ao sympadiy wiiU either of Uiem. 1 babiy doeo without fear, favor of UflcC- haro eer bten lieard lo speak in any i l r .i m :. .i.i. laclHJUH.BJFIfll ni iiia nmii iiKtwi. myreoiiJIeuiion. It it not ay pur d-it BOW.'fiii! '' " ' mt i i h..l.mBiUN Id th. tMnnbi at North i i rm ia WH lira iuirw." i 1 A..,,.lw.e r p,xutee. ! tlM tot memben of the Genera Ateewbry.eetdng " : .. i , i -- . -. ---- . - - forth tht porpon ti ... a ..hi .u."""' fioB. rewwd or hope of rewarduinti . . .h. - arM.i.it.tLiMO aaftairk ninnnnmi wiiicu r iu . - . - " Zu hVaeeoVor clamatM ahtU bt aeeoroparjito oy a not ana, w,ii.-M..i;-l.m.. f fl.rt.rv.i ypesHhis interesting question, I, unl t Instead of prtiemrtg the preteni I'resi- rai (iiviti., f he shall all Iht hewnptperi of IhU HUte, - ...... n ' t t . t. ir u' i.ii Hivim oi uii rnmni tniASlSl lAU OI liar ironior lirra.ji.nw V-" - . . f . -f Kh round. ol and bair Sl.U, l"-t month, befort the atcctlell of . ' . ' : . i il ii . .1 Hi. in i.l naanmMT Read three timet tud agreed lo by tbree-BRne f the whole number of aieuibert of each Houtt rpaoerlivel. and ratified in General Aafemhry, rJiia tht Stlfi dT of Jantiry, 1851. , , . i , . , 'j. C. DOBBIN, 8. H. C. W. N. EDWARDS, i . oiuiMAo, uc w naPDUV.ani iniormea anu .uchsto -wio. nent o unneii-oitieB hiht u to bt pubrwhedta , j ,.;-. mv first choice, from I nnht .Winnelili Scoll l and. i ,aMpciDuw ti of the' cooMtituenry. which I be tbe.noiuiiieo, 1 have litde . ir n.a result.! fear of the I kam, how difficult it it for a amI r . ,! tj. i.tl finnlt ' : lao, Caat rW, BUjafr.Gemtn and Bbeir Sleek, ... ,i ji Ki.i tn.OT.M.M AlM,sfrtthJotof Motaaaettu.1 Rk " " . . ttaTn t W.l t Tlf MtrcbSSd.lS&S. ? : rr A Spring Supply1) 1852. nWE 'tubecribtr it now receiving hit Spring li... . I. . k . . v Anrtc.nf . uaic.uic uuiiui . iu ivvivb.. , not; beerv Bii uniimmoa hing for me man, powhif without patronageand in .the .course, of mr public-, service, - without official influence lo get a nomi- to differ, profoundly ,.Upoa ?.ral ec ' station against the powes of an adminiairo. casions. frum my ronatUuentSruiThey tioo which, eaa wheel into die ranks a p - ' ha a. a a a a -a B rt t I t 1 have wen lorbeanog and .tinu. anu nanureq uwuaanu, oiaco-iioiucrt, iu uc- that i$ the ground ot :mnj gneta and pendants perhaps lo me oumoei ot nan a ' - . 1 regrets, when, wjr aeoae of public dutyj million. I knoo i nj;tC ..'Woari' CiabMil.,.i V limpetled me to such difference. .Perhaps loutly , use thia po j.. --------- - T . 1 . ... . .. . - t - ! vjfictofStrxtaryojtxaic. t t the,. boldest acUonsiel my puwie . me ( tmpossiif io loeotain a smmhi u Hii.il cVcretary of State, In aoi ( have been , those , jr. regrd -jt- which' them, j, The present PreeW these differences have arisen, and have, ' to tfie fleciaration irom me Mr. So ward, for whom I Have all due reepocU i-xttin for his opinions upon the delicate sublets td whirl! t. hare referred, tnwueo.sndsdroifnetses f Ure el There wears hs-widd as the twdes asun poIiCiOMan. yield to strong BOd blgn leDlW, der, ; ! In regaM io' thai, we agree to dis fif n be-rt, and right intenttene nd iV gresi , Yes, tir, these gentlemen 'of bnt4'"" f fflfpbsw, at I quietly its OW yeiicrday are arraigning my consistency; nina the srlly Mexkans-rielded to my steadfastness to tho South, to BOuth' Cortes, In his trirnnpnttrj, ( era principlea and southern inslitntioiis. gorKrntt..,and almost nuractfOM imrtb Whewean the boldest of them find thai,' f Vera Croi'to flr cW city of fmt , in a public l.fb of 'nearly thhij years;! ''Axtocs,. i-i " -; ,: 1 ; hate quailed in the presence of Bit enemy 1 There is another cireninttaitce wjilcli lo the peculiar interests' of my rfffion of leads me to my preference In ftToicf tho . country I where the intimidation of pow- ' geutlemBn whom I preferred four vm , erhas made! mesiierumb, ortheblaridinhago: ' I think if was a great national mls ; mtnis and I ho arts of flattery hare aedu. j fonnno that he was not selected at tbat:f ced me from1 the emirsewhicli lUiadjiirae.' " If he had bee ft ' Pre eidmV.in , nurkeil oui for, my tell f' Nat record "of should have never bad the fceneB wMrA ( flit tori can be produced." I may be a, occurred herb during the wmter andtprirfj , litde nlirs on this subject j yet I .hope of 18t9-50; we should not have had Um that does not extend so far as to make' Buffalo conrention. whfa "all lit ditaaiettV . me sectional, and to forget that I haTt a'BuT this other "reason of mino is, tho great duty thai I owe lo ercry portion of ground of availability. It has bseomy ' this blosoed Union. " I hope not, sir.' But steady, unwavering contlction, feft tmne u some i gentlemen are eo exlremcly wisothan a yeaf and a half, that Wlnfidd , that they cannot assoeiitta with gentle-: Scott is the only whig in this Union Who men who enterttin' different views on this) can reach ths presidency by the voirwot 7 subjecUk; We must introduce1 into our the people; ' I admit 'that be has been. plaifoim snd our rreed a new principle. , somewhat crippled end damaged at fho ," We are to take (lie Com prom its as a 1 South and f say it with all due rcspm ' new arviele in our politiral creed. I hare! by 'die development of a premature., not looked at it very much of late t but I; and, as I hare thought, somewhat absurd wrirremember, when it-was passed,' if ambition of the present powers thai be you, weal South, -you would find but a1 They hare eudearored to ally hito with . lueift. majority. of wliigs and deinocnts' free-soil and abolitkra inlTuenoetj aodths) ' combined in lavorofii; and if you went unerring instincutof fear have brought tho North, you would find the majority the' ererwatchful democracy into harmonious , other way more ilemocratt in Uor or it' cooperation 4 vntn tne "powers trsate; that il they unscrupu- wof, it Will be next to nomination against i i . !. i I WttiuS Hill, Secretary ot otaie, in nave Pen , tnote , 1. f egaru jq wnita. loom. ,, a iw prreiik i i:m. ......v- i . .l. u... f Nrk f :tfuTina. do Mttoy cora tvA .tifn.n. k.vaariaea.and have.; to Lna declaration Irom me t uai I oeiiort 'tM Summer tuiiplf of Gomla, anduaaina . .... ... i. mi trua aiul rietfcel ecwr ' lL. i ,k...r II. : wnnLl .! iU km .il aueh means. p,eMor.rffnerilrglohomH;.ndfr I thail continue to pursue the course1 ahould not undertake to vouch fou Their thft mv luiirmiAfit AniJi inaicaLc mm Las c iinynrcmeurc mmi uincw nt wuiw TMOWBJ an eiegani etaonmem, irom " , .r.rf ntr r,am .k, orurlnaJ oa DJt in una aiicc. Ihej c,n nukt atlecUoo. that will paf. Urn', t Undt rLU 8 Ut day of rcen- ttork emhraeet ttery trUclt uaually brought to U- .... , . , ; .'5-N IhltraMktt.toeh, ".' ... 4 ..W d ti t ; a o o p s , .;; ; .. . -rrt .-w z m k iv a at a ansa aSBtaaa savt - my judgment shall indicate as the activity premature and somewhat a ; for their interest, safety, happinesa at I tboughi-teems to furnish a lull a . aL. a! A I. aS ak.a a I . aa 111 aAt Iva in ikaft ( llian whigt, I admit. Well, that would be a platform I I suppote our fiienus in; Soudi Carolina, and even of Alabama and Mississippi, would be very unwilling to tee it constructed and some as sound democrats, aa there are in this land, and as sound whigs uo, would be unwilling to meet on that platform. The eompromiae measures have passed into laws. 1 There a g uarV; ia no longer any territory open for the ag jl Qrocerlea, Hardware, CuUerT. ac.,,. " i-utiori of the eut of Worth ,'ik "n r:tvl. ... ih imd heantiful t i in eonferon oetrV qualified Vowr ptUern-( fuf I.adiea' Drraea. He. it deleiuiined eM ,ha Houet of Cvamoot the itghl lo tott slto tinue to arN CHEAP, and tho pubBe ha i'oolr to. for lha Seate t , n-i- : . ' IA My p ti,thrtrUltooelunyealattiihltrwi. Now,lher.lore,to the end that Hnbeirut.;fe;' Ht slot kteut on hand o goad ttork l Lrt ther, wbkh will bo anld at tht anual pfk-ee. , , ; Thankful It paal (nion, Lt hopea lo merit a confeootnea of the aame. - ' " ,,,..: J. Mf PALMER.' P. 8. Ragi, Beetwai, Tallow,' flax are J, and Oil Cartings lakes ia tieaaagt foe Uoede. )l April 14.,,,,, -.H ( '! 30 M u. .vw:A n t 1? n ; v: AN Apprentice lb rtie TtMing fcoinea. A lad from 14 to' 14 Veara of age, of iaduMii- otl hal4tsand gnod morala.will be taken by, lha - L.-CAUMICIIAEL. Februtry iS.'' ( 1 i . --BLANKS! BLANKS!! TBLAMC DF.EDS ari AilaehoiewtS.alligleof a- by tht uira. WwrfjiU, EstettioiMk Atu, printed an good piper, for, tale at hia V'"a Niiemher r. 4- , 08 HORTON'8 "POKMS. A FBW Gopiewoldit PVewitof aort Her- Ion. lha colored Bard i Caanri II ilk tainini alM a ekctch, f ii tife wriilfo l him- tclf. hut U hud tt tbii Ulficc, Frke ti cenia. Mrck9lh,'l85J.'' 15- r . I KfeB.HM ..A.i..a a.a.l I fr aa tVVrtVtaTi isisasraai' aiaaasaiaa ui - iibiwsbmibi z. asisaa a saaxinar asiar auvim and prospemy,. oaxing me who mi. aum.iai wj nw ww . , , - . - - - - the relations nov BubsUting Utween ( eluggards, and disloyal to their practices; wrriiory may oe aeqnirea, eiuier oy uw Knyself and my constituents shall, con in tne past, .,4 i , i- 1 ." fw7 . f .' '', ii I have Said UuUNorUlWarolina will not meto quesuont. , 1 ney ar bow aoucu. urpoee is to retire from public be inclined to support any roan who ia ia There is nothing upon which sgitaUon ean amacantlidale jfor .nothing i favor of reopening agiution upon these art. , If any triumph wasobuiBed.il was do I expect to be ever again a delicate eubjectsi and on tnai point t were uui op wngit pwni u. ttiM ni.tion. ond 1 micht beliefs, with the principles of all parUet luiia iuc uhiuiul. , i 1 known that If tht atoretaiu amo.u - , Haivinrv ffiAtiPot AYfMfAafi Vmi SBIEL ywrt ... "aI ' uLai.rinahmteMbndt. lt thirty veara of service in bota most say my anowicuge, uv Mtutw m v.m7 ..... StlrromituToS? tlieae queations a. either trier of its domestic linentwuon... I think lilLTnVuT.tora .ecltcd Act y . .. 5 I"!? rler .nr nower '. present President. Mr. Webster, or Mr. there was no loss of honor on either side. , In teMJmon, hJjr'tV: .l..v. IVeJ . ,rt of'humiria-.Clav' , I Bay. whal 4 thiuk 1 know. du..Yei it has gone to the South, thai there v.k r?..niina nam Demo-1 . r-" j--" .. . - , . . hi... .. ate ol IDC cuait .w t . I.- " a. i:..l ...Kil.m.. tin a Ihm narulrn.-w al UiMa auttUOllB. Al-i ai -Pi ll.t tbirtv-DrM oay 01 weccrrwei, 5 ' fi ih. yer of our Lord.ooe thoonod S eltht hundred and fifty owstnd to rfjv" tUtet07"Ini . pendenee. B Iht Gotemor, daVID S. UElD. . Taaoit SavTit, Jr.. PTtealo 8eoy. , Penmnt into wboat haodt thk IVorJamadoa may fall. wiB pteaat aeo that copy of M It ported up ia tht Vturt Hoots of thrfr' roapoctht CoonlioB. '.''.! .i ' ,!. in .;.. ; January IT. i nii-il its rrcsH Garden Seeds, , t , TO BE HAD , S ! i at thr nnuu HTORK. . , ... ..... . , . , b iHirtku. ..... i,. i."- r feeble tenure of the will of one man.tBe 7 H oi :. mm7. -"4 -7 " iTutve tfevr "5 ,nnt"or mytelf, or but. before those measure. passeuV wheu .und there long. 80, m the North, fa Seythan Svef do so.7 1 Ul.mco .moamn plank.. r.mbling over .: a i. f ih. consui.tlon must N , disre-alae toTt that I have never felt a sense precipice that.waa . Mne to try the gtided. A bd who alleges 11 1 Men who I humfliatu irPP andihe iru-hfuln... deseexst. the Holy Bible and the religion tituS WiT itntVffmul has in. During Uiat period Oenefal Scouanquail- tathe long run, weigh, with the common tJriai rSced IwVme the imprcs- iogly, went ahesd, lo. produce an adjust., sense of the coun.ry ; for I have an abid-?( ITJw&Sibr Sni of .those arigryff.culties. and a ing belief that whenever this country sh.U iKifitv to'rebderi. smice compa- pacification upon which honorable men be deeply aurred to its foundations. H wdl ible' wU the - deer . TcooKe'-North.ouik.-p. aud We.i-ould show common .sum enouglu and eonser-i5!wllvhe,rre . - 'i4 i Greece to .tl- questions that vatism. enough, to maiatam our insnm. 1 ahnuld not feefTow MMo'rt of hul i then agit.ting the eojnlry .0 m.n. Uons.t In a word. 1 think a sep.r.t on of I should not feel "J " acin.,, tnJ Jr-d,,,,!,. I do not pretend the Stales almoal a political impo-dnlny. milution o appea to thenvfor say "X'. .. lace ol Honor, trutt, or proai, 11 uie i r- . . . a t on this point Bothers it no abontioriM who belie vea there ts any vuin to urat allegation, or unulng1ruggested instao , ation ; nor 00 tbey believe tt inerateivee. There is no free-soiler who ever oxpeclt to be able to use him as an Instrument.' Of all the men upon the earth, I AmUd select bio among the first who wtmra never be made an tra worthy Itislruwvnl In the bands of any faction, whether SouiR or North. That is my opinion.' I nn derttke to express the belief that h) lt hf only whig in the Union who has any" c nance 10 oe eiecrea 10 mv pTesiuency 1 -aud 1 would say to nry btmonMe and respected friend from Mrchrpn, fJMr. Cass, that I ehoold never repine to 969 any Honor conierrea upon mm oy uio American people.1 lmrogtt ptrneps inn is praise coming front t quarter lint mxy rather damage than beneflt bini, I totni say that I shall mrm forget the trnwuver ing, steady, aureus solif'rtuds UraT QM senator ezibited in (be Committee of ThiA teen, from the day of its first meeting until the report was finalry made. Inf again oot as a whig , but at an Annrrkan eilixen that I should nsm repine Bt toy honors the country might think proper to ' , confer pon bios t yel I botrW fed aomo' sympathy for bim to see him in collision with my frienfl, OnerU Bcou ; for X rather spprebend tint the eeeoet of t'he-rubuseo and Cnspeliepeo would bf r enacted t ihoogh, of course. I flo trot mean to compare the tenator from Krebl-gan to the Mtxfcana. I vrnturt to rx press the opinion that there is no iffftlli-geol peroon wjjhin the bearing of my voice, who hae turoXi hta sttsntion those snbjfsu, who belie tss tbl eilhrt vf 4,, .it f a. t 0 e oo a

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