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New York Daily-Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1855, New York, New York ilH psr TUB i ts to at I aad tks other U 3 asat maO or told One P M It ram u tte DAILY 1ST TUESDAY and tt pet TWi is mads up all tk rea THB M tbe low pries of Two sopies to the time tor T by CALIFORNIA A or PAGES or stalls da ID ft tad containing omit tt ta of the country if of Mail Pries t co LATEST INTELLIGENCE By to tke Daily Times AFFAIRS Tie Sellers of 1812 ia the Senate ARMY REORGANIZATION on tbe Judiciary Reform A NEW FEATURE IN THE HOMESTEAD Author tf Steamers Utah aod Tae Caae Captain and Crew to the H T Daily Times Tuesday Jan 9 The haa under consideration tbe case Captain and crew of tbe O seized by the Cuban at and it is expected he will for their release B SENATE Jan 9 Sundry bills ware received from the House THE 1819 Mr CASS a resolution that the war of 1818 now sitting In In elty ka to occupy seats on tae floor of the the of Passed aad Mouton appeared In tbe Mr a from the of war taat the oam tae Laad att MW Laid on the table a from the Academy Ex- tke Committee oa Naval Affairs Mr have requested by aad officers of the Halted frigate to ask a for tbe loos laag la of the Levant n lOtH MU M Fan M Praya Naval Mr a in favor of the tae and collateral Mr from tbe on Military Affairs with the for tbo OH and moved that It be Mr a petition from tae ef Connry Pa praying tor an extension of fee Laad law ay Tae ry Reform was then taken up Mr GBI a to amend the by sinking out toe trat Do to be a liou to the Senate wut agree to the jodl ial of the Court Judgen Yes Mr Is settled OQ all that 10 My m iti of tho and ii aMr 10 allow s 10 have thai Insure v the biU Jt the senator ales It is the popular view of that tae Judges shoUJ in some measure be made of the of Different sections aae will be settled upon wherein the ol J re- oi iht supreme Coun will be pre- in co strike out tie first Is to test oi tte it iag with the Circuit services of ine stal -s or aot Th notion of th ti traveling a long eatt and with advocated by he is in but entirely delay irom th present hat ts a denial of Justice He thought Court ba trom Circuit Mr The Judges are required to perform UCH with their circuits Senators that in country the Judges popular no- of jurisprudence I prefer that should in their libraries may indulge If they In ui tins 1 find their in IMC Si nate aro th sc Ii is ui u-r of tlic i t uie nf iho and thi y cannot ilo mt Mr The Increase of judicial caus d ky the ofthe country tuat should take to provide for their performance he to the teat of Mr I do not think necessities of the country 10 a change that It is too laie for to object that cannot to perform circuit duties the ot earlier Judges dad settled I wam stem it mure ihan Still perhaps we may accomplish ie to No nt will be by Tuxan lAo h nu t 1 am in favor of M 0 leave the Supreme in an to at the seat of ram nt i go ibr Ibe Senator from and vote striking out the Ural section oi the Mr reviewed while an ihon might mado wolch would both Appellate aod Mr opposed striking out the first a i j ol such plan sa that of thu from H mois The business of Supreme Court hid Increased 10 an tUdt tn Circuit service with or at the seat neglected CHASE thought that n the Circuit services the number of Judges should be abridged and au ead Wr suctions of tne would be the be that Most of toe Judges would be irom som one section oi i he Union i the the Senate HOt OF REPRESENTATIVES Tuesday the Memorial of the aud at ton VOL 1034 NEW-YORK WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 1855 PRICE TWO CENTS and Long Island to proceed at a moment's notice to any point designated Referred to the Com- on Commerce Mr asked leave to present the memorial of the Charleston Chamber or Commerce suggesting that a tender of mediation be made by this Government la the European war Mr WALSH objected A resolution was passed terminating the debate on the Pacific Railroad on tbe inst The House took up thr amendatory of the act of August last and reducing and graduating the price of public lands to actual settlers and cultivators THE Mr DAWSON said that last session the Homestead was sent to the Senate who evaded a direct vote on by adopting the substitute of Mr which would Inure more to the of Slates railroads and capitalists than to cultivators By offering the amendment pending besought to restore the ciples substantially ofthe Homestead which passed this House by such large majority last session In der to avoid constitutional objection he designed to charge fourteen and one half cents per acre for lands In place of free granta the amount to cover the original cost of purchase and extinguishment of Indian title to the land The greatest evil which exists is the struggle to get posession of the snri Ins in the The true policy Is a rich people and a poor Treasury At no time has the Homestead occupied a stronger position before the country than now Ho described the cial effects which would flow from Its in a tional individual and social condition Mr gave notice of an amendment ing the benefits of the 10 natives born and persons now Mr CAMPBELL moved that the and amendment be laid on the table Disagreed to 05 against 98 Before disposing of the subject the morning hour ex- OCCUPATION OF AND On metion of Mr JONES of Tenn the Committee on Military Affairs were instructed to Inquire Into the ex- of extending the armed occupation act to Mexico and Utah with a view to the suppression of In- dian hostilities in those Territories The House went Into Committee of thi Whole upon the State of the Union on the Pacific Railroad A MEW OF STEAMERS Mr LATHAM spoke in favor of establishing a Hue of mail between San Francisco and Shanghai touching at the Sandwich Islands He argued to show that the colonization and 01 California by our own race wonld have a similar ence on Asia as the discovery and settlement this uad on Europe The establishment of inch a line would add substantially to the wealth and of this entire country California and Oregon are to play a part like that played by ancient Egypt in the of the world San Francisco will become a modem Alexandria through which the wealth and of Asia will be poured Into our lap VVs will have an trade with Japan and the dian Archipelago Commerce la a greater civil ucr thaa war Should this pass u will go farther to effect Important results than any other measure ing no greater appropriation of money In glowing guage he showed the effects ef trade with those nations aad the geographical advantages which we for the establishment of snch a Hoe of Among them the important one of the distance be tween China and the United States He incidentally ol the necessity of a railroad to the Pacific and pressed the of the steamer on the ground Of humanity civilization commerce and navigation pre dieting It largely contribute to the progress power and grandeur of the American people The Committee rose and the House adjourned The at Tuesday Jan 9 The old soldiers again 111 Convention tlay according to the order of adjournment Several ol the ok soldi Jie incidents 01 times past Ex-Governor made an ni appea in behalf of the Pennsylvania troops Sundry additional resolutions were then passed for the purpose of carrying out those adopted yes and provided for the appointment of a Standing of one or more from each State to remain in city and press immediate action upon their claims by Congress tary resolutions to General the o yesterday's resolutions and to other adopted The on the of v is and nt their Kuad marched to the Capitol and visited the Senate The Convention then adjourned to meet again at 9 o'clock when in accordance with the resolution its members will proceed in a body on visit to Mount ernon to disband and meet again at this place on the 8th of January next The Washington Exchange Bank WAS u IMG TON Jan 9 The this evening contains a tion from a depositor in Exchange Bunk set the institution and tho ties interested in it in nil unenviable huht advising depositors to unite and com non partners of tirm of Co and test the legality of partners withdrawing Irom the firm without public announcement Also whether the private properly ofthe asserted editor u the apply to Mr l rums IIP will sav he withdrew troin the B ink when it was soli cut Mr will the v uxe and Mr Si i DIN n d Rs sei at the month of barber of New-York for of and on of for Robbing TON H was convicted to-day at casile for robbing the ti need to lour hard labor Supreme Court Tuesday Jan Tn TON Esq nf Mass Jsa m this Court to-day fro lil Alexander M et al ui ts oi Charles Minium peal from the District Couit of North Carolina Ct delm icd the opinion of the Court reversing thr of District Court and remanding the cause with to with costs No 15 The s No Same i Tucon No 17 Sauie Leon Co i Sanif Errors to Circuit Court tor I of Louisiana Judge delivered separate in cadi of the judgment ot the j Cirri n Court and tho cases for dines in conformity with tho opinions de- N D Tim Tinted Circuit t or the of Judge ff tlie Court j o'1 snd Court in this cause No Alfred t Chief the opinion of the Court overruling oi Mr m tbo cauae No Original Tht Florida The State of Georgia Argument on the motion to in cause m behalf of the United States was by Mr RIEN respondent in opposition thereto and concluded by a t of motion STATE AFFAIRS BRIBERY AT ELECTIONS FUGITIVES FROM JUSTICE OUR TREASURY TO BE PROTECTED Consolidation of Brooklyn and Williamsburg STRUGGLE BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH THE A Regulating the Police ment of the City of New-York PRISON MANAGEMENT Special Correspondence of N T Daily Times ALBANY Tuesday Jan The Senate was largely engaged to-day in dis- cussing the resolutions offered by Senator WM CLARK no to amend the Constitution aa to with greater severity guilty of bribing at elections They were talked over In of the Whole but not finally acted upon A noticeable feature in tbo proceedings waa the pre- of a petition for the passage of a law to protect from labor similar to that enacted by the mont If Ibis is it la introduced by Senator WILLIAMS who I believe sympa ibises witb the will Inevitably bring on a a of the discussion of the Slavery question Voting books is evidently done with so for aa the pre- sent Legislature is concerned To-day a Senator moved that the Governor members and heads of Departments etc be supplied with a copy of a book called the York Civil List Mr PUTNAM moved to amend so aa to supply a copy to every male Inhabitant of bis and another rider was pat on that the expense be charged to the Individual stationery account of Senators ly the resolution waa lost Ayes 4 Noes 19 Give tors credit for ibis evidence of good sense and ate economy Mr introduced a resolution directing the Committee on the Judiciary to inquire into the propriety of so amending the laws respecting fugitives from tice as to protect the Treasury from the Increasing de- mands for arrests made under the laws now in force Also another that the Committee on the Internal Affairs of Towns and Counties Inquire whether the laws relating to assessments upon Incorporations do not operate In the injury of the revenue State and In what respect they should be revised a ad amended Mr offered a resolve instructing the tee on Banks to Inquire into the expediency of requiring a capital of before giving circulation to a Bank Also le limit circulation to 75 per cent of the mar valve of toads and mortgages In the Assembly Mr LEIGH gave of the duction of a to repeal the Act for the improvement 01 the of horses lie denounced the Act upon its passage Ian year as designed to charter a and to legalize and countenance racing and thinks toe past season entitles him to be received as a prophet Mr notice of a to legalize primary elections In the i Ity of proposition but one that ban not any practical Notice waa also given of a general to increase tae compensation of Jurors and Justices throughout tlie 1 VIU wan Introduced to amend the set for the and Brooklyn and passed last session It is additional and joins tie two union that was not provided for in tbe original set Mr Introduced his to provide for an canvass of tbe vetes at the special election lor Senator in the Twenty-ninth District On his motion it was referred to a Select Committee composed ol the and Livingston without some spirited LAMPORT of Ontario charging the Governor with designing to dis- franchise tbe District a charge which was repelled by Mr S B Coir of Stenben and Mr BOYHTON of MX Yon will regret to that there was a fierce HI gle In the Assembly growing out of sectional prejudices In fact a struggle for supremacy between the North and the South Mr LtiuH of the a lution the South pullery be appropriated to the use s The South moved to iA North gallery wan brought to a the North Ayes 45 Nays 67 The South then attempted a compromise proposing to devote rles to the ladles bat the North knowing their strength yield and the amendment waa lost The South then attempted a to postpone the question until they could rally their strength Beat in this were forced to meet the issue on a direct vote and of course suffered an overwhelming defeat Disconcerted not disheartened I understand trip ry will renew tlie contest and failing there will dissolve the Caion and in a body to the South v hence they will issue an protest NEW-YORK POLICE Mr ban matured and will present regulating the police department of the of York It repeals the first and eighth Demons of article 0 and the first section of article 3 of April 13 and provides that the chief of police In named be appointed by i Board of Commissioners of Police and hold his for four yf nrs from the date of his appointment The second section of article 3 of the act ol U Every policeman anJ doorman be a citizen of the Mates and previous to hm appointment muni produce a of a IIT fur morality honesty and signed by five who have known personally or al least five he mast present the cale of the to the Uu is in able-bodied man and of robust constitution He mint also i that be can read write and English language and the Mrst four rules of shall hold during good lor and be removed only for The t arr to appoint a mtn and doormen connected witb the nt 1 hi as a Board thu of July neit and on that the of Chiof or Bhill be vacated but all other appointments have been under the act are to remain in full force The Tour named in the act shall on the day of June decide by to serve for the term of two years and two lor term of four 1 hey shall then an a Baard by ing one of their number to be President and who shall keep a record of their acts lor sarli compensation as the Supervisors may not exceeding hundred dollars per All orders notices appointments or shall ha in thi nanie of Haul attested by the Clerk The Board also appoint Clerk to Chief ot Common Council phall provide u room for theune of the i mid they nre to meet daily for the transaction of business designating specific days for the nf classes of duty No ment shall take effect except with the con- currence of three mi the Board The are to such not per aunum as thr may said not 10 be or diminished during their term of office Al General In and thereafter ii every second year them shall be voted for a of Police and the two persona who shall receive ike highest number of votes shall be chosen and enter upon the duties of their office on 1st day of January tbe day election and hold the same for the period of tour yoara All vacancies are to be fifed IB the same manner ae in tto office of a Just I M of the Com No bo to any off re The Mayor shall be a member of the by virtue of his office and shall continue at the head of the Police department but ah all receive no compensation I all acts and parts of nets with the provisions of this are repealed by It and It takes effect immediately The names of the first ers it is proponed to Insert in the but they have not yet been agreed upon This la aimed directly at the present Chief of the City and will bo pushed ahead with the effecting bin removal It m contended no man in an official capacity done so much to bring odium upon the City and to awaken the native ment aa the present Chief and when they remember that he has on more than one occasion In so as to remain In office against tbe ex- pressed wishes of people they now feel prompted to extraordinary exertions to deprive him of a position of HO ranch influence they haut the power Never an admirer of the individual nor im- pressed with his honesty of purpose 1 shall not regret to record a ou the part nf who Impelled to urge his overthrow STATE Allusion was made in the Governor's Message to the discrepancy which was manifest between the annual of the Agents of the State and tho ape clal reports of the In specters in answer to the tion calling upon them to make a 01 their financial Prompted hy I been overlooking the documents referred to lency and have gathered the following facis bearing upon the caae On the 10th of January 1834 the In- of enclosed to the Legislature the re- ports of the agents of the several prisons These veral reports exhibit the following or re- expenditures and indebtedness Auburn Prison 34 67 13 Sing Sing Prison 84 73 DO Clinton 00 Here Is an apparent excess of expenditures over re- amounting to 35 to which lie ad- ded the Indebtedness which had been incurred makine a total deficit of sum large enough in all conscience but yet far short of the reality On the day of February 1854 the Senate adopted a resolution calling upon Inspectors to make a de- tailed statement of the indebtedness of each prison In to that resolution Inspector reported the Indebtedness of the Clinton at 31 HENRY STORMS ported there was on account of Sing Ring Prison 85 besides docketed judgments for total 39 THOMAS Inspector the Indebtedness of Aubarn Prison at f 8 and construing the resolution aa requiring separate reports from each Inspector though not m charge ofthe Prison at Sing Sing he made such investigation of pecuniary condition as convinced him that the amounted to which wai added a transcript of the judgments against the agent remaining unsatisfied in the County Clerk's office of the County of amounting to 10 total of 3d Taking tbe lowest of these reports they show the following Indebtedness Clinton Prison 31 Auburn Prison 08 Slug Sing Prison 39 Total Bat a short time before two of the same officers had named 13 as a sum sufficient to discharge all their liabilities This Is the enormous ded to by the Governor and yet even this ia to be In- creased by the report of the Commissioners appointed by thr Comptroller to investigate the of the Prisons and report their condition Speaking of Prisons I understand that the officers of the Sing Sing Prison already had a serious with III GRAHAM who was Hunt up last week It U the practice to select a convict to taTro of the prison medicines and to prepare and the pre- made out by the attending Physician It wan thought that the previous practice of Dr GRAHAM qualified ulm for the of this duty and when he was brought to thu prison that was assigned him Among the there waa a tity of brandy With thin the Doctor made free anJ when the prison was unlocked on Saturday morning ho was crazy drank raving up and down the room a knife aad the ct who might molest him Of course to wis secured but I do not know the finale J B S GENERAL NEWS BY BAM Message of the of Tui Jan J Mr was inaugurated Governor of in of of the Legislature and an large of'citizcns Ills the devoted to un enunciation of the principles of tho Ly which he wan elected He said that the winch most commends itself to tion concerns our foreign duties of towards them and the dangers from them After alluding to the increase of tion from 1 from 1700 to 1810 to 10 to 1850 he says that a large proportion of tlie poverty and proceeds iroin them and that statesmanship should interfere within the limits ofthe Constitution to direct ameliorate and control these elements For tins great American the limes arc peculiarly gnat irto old or dying out He the race regulate the I o from use mn lo prim nil documents in the lish tongue lo ordain that al hools by the the same to founded on and den sympathies to purled political n lead IMS ol insular or Kod whose trade here ia to put themselves al the head ot their deluded countrymen to ize to leeling and morbid passion rnd sell to the tisan bidder to purify and ennoble elective to adopt a check-list the nation to cultivate a aud nationality to develop a and uta to Americanize America to Bible in our Common Schools to the of the Cburch and StaU to nationalize before we naturalize and educate lore either to guard 11 n cheap 1 hese constitute a work ordinary platform of parly and ranking with tue that originally quotes the opinions of lathers of the lic in support of his opinions and says record of history that all that risen and fallen owe their to foreign influence unseen lit first permitted till Uv for resistance at last The distrust foreign n and antagonistical to iBm Venal voters by leaders of office and honor ignorant milled by designing for place and voters by promised impunity an 1 license for their wrong doings They hold fore that the foreigner shall all the lees of this country but that the natives continue to the laws according to own judgment aad the example of their The easy of he cilia a blot upon judicial a depreciation the of citizenship He ia in favor of In regard to the of industry he our remedy ia not so much in legislative menu and tariff in cultivating a feeling of otic nationality and a united determination to en- courage the skill and industry of the American labor by consuming the home products of the shop the factory and the field tn preference to imported and foreign production which result must be the inevitable sequence of a truly American ment pervading oar nation He an amendment the Constitution that no of alien to vote by tinn until he has been 21 years nor then unless he can read und write English language In the military he said One of the earliest official arts will be sanctioned an the laws require hy the advice nnd consent of tbe cil lo disband all militia companies composed of persons of foreign He also recommends the forbidding by law the payment of the State bounty to any military com pany which haa members of foreign birth He recommends the repeal ot the lional sections of the law and will sanction any constitutional law passed to prevent He alludes to the Slavery legislation of Con- denounces the Regressions of and whether additional is not to these cardinal habean corpus and trial by jury In to he national policy of the American he says We wish our Army and our Navy Nationalized We wish the tion as to birth applicable to the office of President of the States to the members of the Cabinet and of Congress to the Judges of tbe Supreme Court and to all our diplomatic abroad We desire a vital amendment of the Naturalization laws and a uniform ment of twenty-one years residence in the United Stales before the elective franchise ia conferred upon aliens We wish stringent national laws re- garding emigration the imposition of a uniform and sufficient tax and universal tion of the nnd shipped to our s I In sc reforms can only Ix con- summated through an American President an American Contress The expenditures of the yar have been 205 and the deficit of incomes He repeal of the Usury Laws so far as regards negotiable paper of less than eight mouths also a change in the laws for the imprisonment for debt and also more security to the holders of bank notes to the wages of labor and for the laws of insolvency In conclusion he argues the justice ofthe claims of Massachusetts in asking for the payment of the expenses incurred and tor the performed during the war of Suicide BOSTON Tuesday Jan 9 JACOB F a messenger in the land Bank bung himself window of his house m this morning The rope broke he fell to the round which lulled him instantly Tae N Jan 9 The Legislature of this State met to-day the Senate by electing Col Wji C ANDER Democrat President A K HORTON Democrat Secretary over ROUERI I Whig of Burlington Mr THOMAS of land Native American was elected Sergeant-at j Arms FUHMAN of I hy a vote of 12 in fi the usual resolutions were passed when the Senate Ohio CINCINNATI Monday Jan 8 The Ohio Slate Democratic Convention for the of State officers met at Columbus day 1 he attendance not large A motion to defer the nominations until next Summer waa lost by a large majority and Governor MEDILL all the present State officers were then renominated for the offices nnw held by them respectively Resolutions were adopted denouncing Slavery the End Senator ADAMS endorsing the Fiji form of the of a law hi Hanks from debts and against taking Bank paper in payment oft The were calm and orderly Defeats Pa Jan 9 Mayor VOLZ the candidate re- elected in this city to day by a majority of four d and over MORGAN the Know-Nothing candidate In Alleghany City also ADAMS was reflected Mayor candidate fa the Illinois CHITA 0 Monday Jan K An resolution in the House of of State lo laid on the table by u vote ot to Election a U N Senator i Hi Jan y Whig dieted Irom Iowa Later from Havana Friday Jan J Tho has arrived at this port with Havana dates to Hie 2d insl 1 he I States steamer Princeton arrived at Havana on the Ills ult after an h the Albany She would leave for Key WYst on Ud innt The trial of gressing He had made a declaration Mr FELIX from all complicity in the attempt at Baracoa anv connection with the Cuban Junta of thf States and Bays he was alone in the attempt at revolution and was quite ready lo die He will be con- but it in thought Gen i will pardon him Thr captain and male of the scbo John O air only lie with smuggling N came in l Ibe al Saturday Jan 9 Our decided that the Delta is en- tilled lo publication of Ilie list of unclaimed letters in this city the having hacked out from Ihu contest The circ of Vitia ia an excess of over tot the same month I utt year The at Erie Jan 9 In the Supreme Court this morning in of tlie receipt of tbe dispatch from Erie an- nouncing tbe renewal of the railroad troubles thero Messrs CAMPBELL Hoirr and plied for a writ ef directed to the him to proceed to wilt such force as may bs the several of tbe Conn in reference to the affair Tire Court G G waa of forging If JC for over f 100 clothing the baio Bail was fixed at Attempt ta Raw The Bank of Dx into either on Saturday 8 Tbe forced the door of tbe two outer doors of the vault the inner held by a combination lock in such that it bad oat 6 o'clock yesterday afternoon however it waa found they away At a meeting of oar ing resolution waa That Hayar of to FlM M store of THOMAS D of and lire at 2 o'clock morning The hi at Injured for Hirer The Ohio River u h b deep at this point i nil New papen of but we hava later from Charleston where tke still unsettled tuff ta IBM Ta Ote of tke HOTEL Certain their correspondents have taa or two made to American ascribing to it true and unjust and Us true objects and having own paper also some on the part of an official Government betraying in the ot Company bags leave to to make American true par hopes of the The object of the company is to take of a quired for tbe purpose of mineral and doing so it ii lo infringe nor to offend against any law It apect the nahla territory aaal aad Ita aia t and in taa judgment of taa iam by peaceful Mi Tbe company viewing the ia tbt all to cultivate i with ail with whom i duties he may be into contact lands in the gnat by th ly a of such intemperate which the hich I have referred If JIB af I of taa tions awl which aie at ridiculous aad ai information of the or amenta of uy tkey would would hare instructed tMm aa to ita In I bare only to repeat of the ara i with nene of the their own law of their own country or any are such aa good men everywhere delightful climate a soil tropical abundance a location iaV M L vantages but all of which aaw unused and an enterprise to aad bring them AM minion of industry take peaceable their uut to tlie of a of any principle of the public the i thr Company and it haa no other Yours vi ry H L KIN NOT General Agent C A Mr Marty's Keply Mr The Minister from Nicaragua LET A has deemed it proper to give dispatches lately sent by him to in regard to the colonization management of Col To lie to understand correctly the Mr we have been copy of reply to Mr It will he seen that the Secretary of State same reply in to Mr MOLIMA oa the other reply could reasonably hare from our or Ja Thr Secretary at Slate at Matei hit the honor Ui Mr Envoy Rnr d the the yu bis runner May list in relat on to th the In reply to tar signed baa to Hut to bo an wlS vi M1 ii r object against are at tat kt pr for In thli view of case it Is not a i fatten ol tbe taws sf ty Wbf n these a sun In arrive ia tret to tbe of that and be In to lawn no authority to or CMsa fi cm out ami no over aaW have gone beyond its jurisdiction Ac To Senor Aa CAPE UK K B of the brig Planet arrived at oa him an earnest A F the United States Vic thr Cape de t eide Islands in behalf oi the of Sal and and relief i the terrible irms and want with w hich thay ara The appeal after alluding to the tact that it aaw a Imle more ihan twenty yuan the the islands ant Uw ilic of IOWH For pact two yean thene two i liern entirely of tbe to promote the cultivation and growth upon which the inhabitants no- ami but tbe last ysar we the poor through the the part ofthe little to sustain life from the other of the group during thr past for rain thr drought wai among the will scarcely produce for and we noi where ta our ow n daily food Gloom aud death in evi iy countenance and pangs of hunger are felt by the and long if not stalking abroad among any kind among ui with our stock of cattle and through Ibe kind or for scare and bleu Jjt a i i i
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