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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 13, 1836, Alton, Illinois                                MEN SHOULD WITH OANDOIt AVOW TIIHIR AITO NOT COWnil nKFCBE Till OITOSITIOH OP IS AMD HAS IfOTHINQ TO FKAH rROM APRIL THE Puoluhrd everv Wednesday BY PARKS At SO if paid in or 00 if not pald wilhin a from the time of one or 00 for each continuance 20 A llbtral dcdiclion made to yearly adver onTlaml n few llion sand poundi of good Ing winch can bit hid on fair bbU American rccaivcd MJ war Miebiaam and for sale by BOYS 00 re coived per b and for cheap by mr 10 MANNING anil COFIEH AND bafi prm knd llavnu cufTcu 10 iibda new crop COMMISSION A RE prepared to attend to all Forwarding mid Commission and respectfully solicit a atinro of Manning1 Abijah do Thomns and do Weld and do inarch 10 I WATSON UIiAS9 AND Third anil fourth doors above Mr Savages Auction Main TIABIl adrnnceB made on coiiiignnicnti of nroduco to New lialti New York or 7 Jan Iff OILMAN It just received per rml for IQIC hy 0 111 LEY ABU ADV advances iiiudi on con ilgnmcnli of praduce to New Orleins York SIMEON 23 bills Winter Appl bbti superior trnb Bpple rcccivctl per Paul mud for sale by OR at 2 Tontine 80 first rate Bacon Fob 17 i IfclOH KAUM of IfiO Acrci witliin 6 inilei of lliii 60 of which ore under fence nud upon the prcninei B Log Cabin and a fine young orcltnrd of upwards of 100 part of the nhove it rate Timber tud the balance excellent Theabove farm Kci the Cnrrolton and Jnckionville fcr further partlculati and termii npnly lo M Attoiiju DAVIS 61 Griitirallnn DKALKaS IN J flticen8 lints DANPORTU ANn TO COUNTRY NEW WHOLE SALE II NT S N O U K S 13 Sign of the Mainjttrcettfour doors below Agency Commercial VC SIMEON RV0ER DEALtn in Drv Forwarding and Commission Valuable Sale of Real offer Tor sale on Ihu twentysixth tiny of April on the premises the bllowliig property lo wit ono Hundred Acres ol good ubout JO ncres under mprovemenl with un tipple Oiehard of ICO reos of superior with u highly cd the mansion house Is spacious icing about 50 feet two stories 5 rooms in Blluated ncnr tho town of In Madison tho Into residence of Jumcn lecoascdthcre uro several out n good well of und Ice Lots No 183 nnd 1H5 In Ihu town of lying on Main with two story All of the uhove iroperty Id Bold by the following order from iho court of Chnnrery of the Murrli PAUIS TIII3 Brick Dwelling together with li Acres of belonging to within five miles of above ii sit mted in an excellent neighborhood and the is as healthy as any in the count jtorms fourteen dollars amontli payable rnonth for further particulars innniro of march ilfl DAVIS Ac Allys at and General Land March for Sarah On nppllcn Snrnh frunrdlnn of Marlhn Mnra laughf tlon to sell ler und infant liclr of James Real THE Court after hearing the testimony of on this uppliealion being sntisflpd thut the etntcmcnts In thu Winners petition contnined uro und inli the Investigating of Vy nnd settling estates will bo promptly attended by SAMUEL Miirtih 22 Atly nt DEFERRED 5 In purtitlou of Itenl Estnti Daniel John Tin Harriet Mnry IVnsh Amanda Henry Clay Thurston and Dofens IN pursunnceof an order of the Madison Circuit made nt tho February Term thereof D Iho underslgncil eomnllssloncrs nppolnleil hy the suld Tlio following aro gome of lllo pdrliculari oflho ojploaion nt Mobile of llip Franklin copied from Uie Mobile Com mcrcial Adverliscr of Iho 14lh of tlian the nnnala of Slciun Boat disasters do not furnish one more dreadful and nppal Iin8 boat had jusl backed out from the wharf into the and having turned her bow Imd been stopped in order to givo the machinery a forward mo wlicn tho dreadful accident Almost upon tho instant Iho whole city rushed to the wharves to gaze upon Iho sccnoof hor ror and boat has been run as a for Iho conveyance of passengers between this city and Montgom ery the whole season thus of course it woa natural thai n vast deal of interest should be full for the liven and safely of those on will on Monday the 18th day of April The na The boat fortyor fifty yards out in i WHOLESALE OBOCER COMMISSION IMPOKTBIl OK1 Jt IN DOMESTIC Second and Water subscribers have just from Iho Iroa JJOOO Ib Hoop Iron assorted from 1 to 1 34 and and for ttalo low by mrlO MANNING HOPE COTTON FACTOHY AT The agents fur tlie above manufactory of Cotton luvo mi and nrc constantly re ceiving lupptitiof both short und long Country Hierchinti are invited to Mob 0 fe JUST received iwr bout 25 brandy 25 do Wliiikcy 30 boxes Rnisina 5 Cotton for ialc by March 2 SIMEON Ac WHOLESALE IN Foreign and Domestic Dry Hardware Steel and Groceries ALSO FORWARDING SL COMMISSION Atlvantci mftde January AST Tboic pvrinnt inilclitctl tu the mbicribert ulther by Note or Hook for purehaiei prcvioui to the monili of Junulaii arc hertby notified that no further indulgtncc can bo beinarnecctiury to clone ttifir rutail itn 19 MAflKINU fa tttt white cd per I b Paul and fur xnlc Ity bbli inolusiei juii injicrior it received per sb Collier and for Rain by RILEY NK caik Pule Slivrry Wini u superior art receiYed direct by 24 receivcil nb a tc jars of first rate and fur snlo liy JOHN O VKJEwVS OFoIloiia Water VON COMMISSION JUEIl JfTS Water JONGS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IX Bur geons Glliss Window Jll the Sienoflhe Good Main VARWESlj WHOLESALE AND Commission A Forwarding WATEIl hundred krgs IK1 Uuiioints IttHe Ponder 200 canisten do do do fiO kegs eagle blasting 25 do do FFF rifle Received per iCelliuni foruloW VI MANNING VlV A UKENSW casks one us sorted Ouccimvnru received iier s Ii Selnta by lUrcli 0 SIGERSON 1IA A NEOtJS AND RBTAIIt IN Groceries ISAAC 12 patent splendid article 12 perc pereuision anil Hint for sale liy jio 37 MANNING 2 cne9 sliot CilOIX Mills tiruls UuiiiVJiiil r ceivcd per sb Ib Tob 21 STONE CO mljacrtbrrs wiiili for bushels Stone Coal delivered at tlic land hie In Fob 17 OILMAN fc ItlLBOV WHOLESALE Commission Jffcr chant ft hundred and K gar kettles of superior and different sixes MANNING pay ihe liiRlieat Msrktt in casli for or Iork in Viuit or 19 sacks ground Alum salo by JIT S Biul l OILMAN UG hhds priinu rtcd jitr a b for inln liv March 0 niiorlment or the muuufnclunid m Chi will be wldlonrhy March 2 large untl genvrnt itMorimciit jiui received ftnd forintc bjr Atthp pliltered ncond door from llit corner ol Bm Stflte jan 19 i aiiortrd quality cd from nnd for by jioia MANNING rriANNEns bbit X ttnntn oil j 10 do 2 Mackerel 10 Imlf do IMIORTKRS AND DKALKRS IN AND SADDLERY HA Saint JEBSK TIMOTHY tliut tho interest of etitd minor for the reason mentioned In euitl petit ton would bo grcutty advnnccd by making1 sale of tho property specified In said upon a nnd Investing the proceeds ofsuch snlo in und unimprov ed hinds belonging to the General Govern ed 1h ere Tore It fs ordered hy the Court Hint sntd gmmlinn be and she is hereby aulhoris cd nnd empowered to sell tho said house nnd improvements of the tuld minor sltunted nenr the coun ty of Itnownjhy the nnd occupied hy tho snld James Ma son In his llfntime as his together with one hundred ncres of the Innd upon which snld dwelling houso nnd improve utcntrS ore nnd Iho lots mentioned In sitld to wit Lots numbered 183 and LS5 upon tbe plutoT with the buildings und improvements thereon situitteil that puld sales be made on Tuesday tho 20th day of April next respectively on the Three weeks previous notice of tho time nnd plnco of Buch sale beirg giv en In some public newspaper printed in suit county of that the or lurchusers bo requested to puy one fourth of ihe purchase money in hand and the balance in three equnl unnuul nnd for the security ofsakl balance thai said purchus er or purchasers execute to said notes betirinfr Interest at he rule of 0 per per nnd a mortgage or morlgngcs upon tin And it Is further order ed thiit enid ctinrdian tnvett the money ng from said ns the some may come Into her in ivild nnd unimproved lands oltho Goncrul for tho benefit of said minor nnd it is furtheiordered that said guardian previous to said sale ex ecute nliond with Paris her fn the penalty of five dollars fo he filed iutheotllce uf the cltnlt of llio circuit eourt conditioned faithfully to apply the ceedd of said sales in pursuance to this nnd is further tluit as soon as mny be after siiuh said guardian make report of her proceedings under the foregoing order lo this William Clerk of snld cir cuit court in nnd lor tttc county of Madison and State of do hereby certify that tho nhove is n true copy of the order made in the ubovo entitled WILLIAM March 83 Madison Circuit Of iUo term of April Attachment expose to public snlo or to the high est und best the following described tracts oJ land with the nppurtemmces unto to wit The north west quarter of section number town ship north range west of the third principal meridian also the west half of the north east quarter of section num ber In township number north range west of the third principal ctiiin also the west half uf the south cast quarter of section number in town ship number north range number west of the third principal meridian nlso another piece or parrel of land bounded as follows commencing at a stone on the east ind west line dividing the north west quur er of section thirtytwo from the south west rnctlonal quarter of the same section near n Spanish from 20 1o 24 Inches in diatne cr thence south 33 degrees westto Piasa Slough thence up slough to the east Ino of Loville nnd Morions laud thence north to the north west corner of said frac tional quarter section thcnco cast to the of containing twelve ncres of land more or In township north range number west of the third prlncl al meridian on tho above described premi ses there is one steam saw and grist nnd one saw mill propelled by water to gether with one or two dwelling bouses nnd out hoates the said property Is located with in from 4 to 5 miles ol The terms of sale aro ono fourth of Iho purchase money to be paid down nt the time of and the re sidue payable in three equnl at 12 and 16 months from the time of pay ments to be made by giving personal ty together with a mortgage on the with six per centum per annum Merest there on HAIlltY JAMES march 7814 HAIL the whole of the boiler the boil era and chimneys were and over the surface uf the water were strewed the menls of tho barrels and even hu man Ono Isaac WiU of Wifatut near was blow up full oho hundred feet and full in the dock near the shore full one hundred and fifty yards from the Speedy measures were rosurtod to for pickinffiip such of the hands and passengers of the boat as could bo rescued before ffiey No person on hoard that was in tho or on ihc hurri cane was injured in tho least as MO have though the number of panengers was quite It is a matter of utter impossi bility to ascertain the number of persons kill oil niul ns thn boat was just leaving and probably one half or more of the persona on board had not registered their The number has been variously estimated from ten to The boat wo understand is injured so much as to preclude tlio practice HALE Ob1 VALUAIUJi LOTS JN We last weak publislied aorno romnrka by in the Senate of tlio upon e kutijcct of the Doppsito and Uieori caliUiuUon of the pubficmoifoyii Wogiya remarks of OnAYanii upon the same Uuicoinmtnd to the serioua consideration of our rcacl CLAY said that ho had eX ormned the document to which tlio attention of the Senate had just been nnd was seriously impressed with tho alarming atatoof Iho thirty millions of Ihe public money which was reported to ho in tho Ooposile It ipppnrcd thai the aggregate all llio capitals of those institutions was only forty two millions of whilst the Public had or ought to in their vaults thirtymil In various instances tho amount of the public deputies far exceed the capital of the Among Urn capita of bo Sav ings Institution at Louisville was staled to bo whilst tho sum of waa deposited to the credit of sides the sum of of private Of the two in Mich one had a capital of and the sum of 00 in public deposits and tho other a capital of and lie dcpoeitcs to the amount of And if wo look nt commercial metropolis of the where near ten millions of He money aro deposited with three in ovnry the amount of public dcposite exceeds the capital of the Now ihe security of lliis vast sum of public money is nn object of great importance Let us see what it Those dcpoaito hanks under total Habitaties to the enormous amount of nearly seventyeight millions of for paymont of which they may be called on any iincof the 305 days And whal amount have hoy to meet these inilieovont of any such immediate Only about ten millions of specie Onlv ono dollar in about eight Tho principal part of their other means consists of notes discounted bility of The cause of the accident is Und bills of exchange But if generally believed to bo the lowstage of watucre come any sudden that con ler in the it be accident or vulsion in the papcrdyslcm of which every neglect wo will not pretend to considerate man feels a consciousness sliafl take means be found altogether VAN gentleman wo unavailing lo enable the deposite banks To ful learu from tliQ Cincinnati for once Uj Suppose a failure in been drawn into a committal on the abolition Southern or a groat reduction in the nnd avows his belief that Congress price of Southern tho wants of com has power to abolish slavery in the Districtor merce luo exportation of specie portation of specie Tho banks would N Wednesday the IStli of at 200 Town all well situated HAItVAKD WHOLESALE IN Surgical Ana tomical Shop from or Cuuntry Mer put nil on tlin m isl ruasunublc Mum between Vine Luurcl 35 TONS Tcunesaoo Iron and just received per s b Lady Jackson comprising n complete assortment of all kinds and fur sale hy mrl6 MANNING and John vs Aaron NOTICE is hereby to tinsnld Aa ron that a writ of attach ment has been Issued out of the Madison cir cuit court ugulnpt his estate nad In favor ol tho sold John for the sum of one hundred dollars returnable on the 4lh Mon day of April nt n special term of suid court thereto he holden tit the Court Mouse fn in said Nutv un less the said Aaron Swaaks shall appear on the first day of snlil give hail and plead to snld In the lime limited for bis appearance in said judgment will ho entered nguinst nnd his properly and efleclspo attach ed will be sold to satisfy the said und the costs of suid O fur rnecliauics shops or family resi immense business already Llio tcnninnlion of n Canal intended o con nect Uie Illinois river with Urn op posite tttc Indiana the state road lead ing from Alton to and from Springfield lo Kusbvillo and Quincy passing aro facts calculated to make IJcardatown the larg est cuiniiicrdal town on Iho Illinois Terms of purchaser wUl bo re quired to pay one third of the purchase money on the day of and execute notes payable in one and tivo years with ten inter est thereon per and as soon as tho last payment is made a general will he mr nrrnntee deed NEW SPIKING LOT of Dry Goods adapted to the rccived per B b Cygnet partlclars A LOT JHSl next ivooli anil for salo by nr 10 III LEY nml dot 30 quarter casks consiitin Red Old Psle Sherry fcr ule by of Sweet Keccivcd per steamer Lomnroiniie and WESTB11N selection of JL Sicrcd from tbo best inrluihns new nnd orifiinnl a Connie inlro to the art of by Snydf r and The thove work is in 1ATCr Juit published nod for sale by JOHN HAVINO availed himtelf of the for pro fessional in the MedirnY Schools of Kentucky and olTiTs bis to the citizens of Altnn and its in the Irarticeof MEDICINE From an experience of twelve years practice in the ranted in the HT various branches of the he is warranted in the that general confidence will he reposed in his skill and attendan Office nnd resid kel and e by those who may require his nce on Second between Mar March Attest Oiivls plnlnllfTs WILLIAM Mnrdi C WOODED GLOVES k doten woolen and sonm very and for sale by jtQ 19 rcieivcil per Nararino from for January BOXES Easlo Cotton received per i b and Tonalo on consign mint liy mr IS A New new cropl 50 bags Rio Jlw ct superior article iir Iowa from for fale by MANNING 4 TMIR undersigned have associutctl in Cu 1artncrbliip in tlio city of fur llio transnction of DRY business underllic firm of Stewart have tukeii tho IIOIISQ formerly occupied 17 John Tho resi lenl parlnera will BTRWART JOHN ol Louis MATTHEW March A IUR Purchases aro rery cxlonsivo aud cxpresBly and Tor thu stiliBcrihors Imvo OHSociutcd thonifielveB togtther For tlio purpose of the nnd tlio printing in nil Its uniler Hi MI of TREAD PARKS Ai Utiving by iniulo ncces Bions to out1 Block of sbnll be able to tfive prompt nttcMltiun to tbe buslnesB of printing In every description of loiter press in n stylo not inferior to nny in the western Wu solicit n contimimicoof thuliberul putromigo weliuvo hitherto THE SAMUEL Misrch 1SEO Turk Islands juit received per Colliei Honnslieb sale by Lv j Live Gone ftothrni 10 cases Sil juit received and for salo by FULTOM k BUUS Zaiitslillo a siliicrior articl 1 for HI by FULTON i I lihck xliite asiofte jtiil received and for Miln by Jan 11 I eHSUm Tutin 1U do do do paintii with for siilc by Ou II or nc u at WILL nttend lo ony liUBlncse coulidoil to him in the oounly of Mudiuon iiml the tiiljuiniug liefer To MAnmNti STEIMICN VAIIUN STANKOHH WHOLESALE DRY GOOD8 and our houso win lie open fur tho transaction ol business and exhibition of ou Monday morning tho llh of April Terms fur undoubted STEWART i 10 NEW Wholesale and rvapertfutly inform hia friemla nnd Ihu public in ifMi lltitt he IIIIH tuken the Store lutely lid by Alilrich Itiiniun unil Ima puriliua cil their entire consisting of Dry nil of wlticU In tiflurcd on tliu most uccoiumoduting Second Storo from tlio bridge on 3d Street Miucli 23 i J JOHN KlIIVAIII liiuoiis I PUBLIC OF 7OllJV Iff KEW Oil the Sixteenth day of April THU proprietors have lonfr been aware ol the local advantages of this but could not obtain a title to tlio land until quite re They bavo now laid out 300 aid arc prepared logivu indubitable titles to the New llcdfonl is situated near the most flour ishing part of Iike and is within a mile and a half of a rich and well cultivated upland There is an abundant supply of good timhor and ruck in tlio immediate and also a flue spring of water rising near tbo town sulficiont for a card ing and Culling Now Bedinrd is within 12 miles of tbo flourishing town of county scat of four mites of and fifty miles above the month of Ihe Illinois Riv It is pleasantly situated on tho south east side of Iho which is elevated two liun Ired feet above the lovel of tho river and the descent of the bluff is gradual from ono hun Ircd feet to the lowest water so that is most excellent steam boat landing fur everal hundred yards in all stages of Tho island near tho middle of the river at this puitit ailbrds superior aalural advantages for a which will bo particularly attended to aa soon ns suitahla boats can bo constructed for the Tho town ofllridgoporl is iu Morgan county and was some time since laid out by tbo same proprietors on the cast bank of the Illinois river opposite to Now are the best landings opposito to each on the Illinois river from Iho head to tbe The silo of Bridgeport is much higher than any other point on tbo east bank of tho Illinois from to the except ing only the most elevated part of This point possesses decidedly tho best natur al advantages for roads of any other point nn tho east side of the river within twenty It is the best landing for and Jacksonville in Morgan county and Whitehall in Grnene The country back of Bridgeport is thickly settled by an industrious and ontorpiislnjr pop The rich bottoms of tbo Illinois river enables the farmers to winter large numbers ofcallloand with but trifling and tbo large quantity of stock raised in tins makes this ono of the most fa vurablo points on tho river fpr packing beef to supply the deficiency SURPLUS I have to furnish this which they could Theie is a broad surmise that a plan is on by on their The ex fool to purchase and that Iho surplus Uraplo of ono bank calling in for Buchapur revenne is to bo thus instead of would become Groat ding it among llio Texas must make uoss would ensue and a if the demand one or two more slave Tho huh is exportation of specie should be cd lo the South and llie South will swallow ii would be and ruin and bankruptcy Yerbnm the Deposile Banks bo Iho necessary In such a state suddenly called upon lo what must of where would be tho ability of Iho bo Ihe condition of the deposites banks to refund Iho amount oflho public deposiles What would become of IXOIWUITY or YANKEE thirty of the public trcasurynow A gentlemanofour acquainirmco related lo n their possession us a few days nn incident which could There is another interesting view of this only havo cccurred among Ihe Ho I Wo havo collected from tho was residing in Connecticut in Iho village of now navo jn those and it happcnud that Ihn minister Who is the roal debtor to the Public full 7hc whole parish went to church far that sum Not tho They therefore in n neighboring aud aa our the nominal debtors i but they in Ihreo through the thirk dust He wonwho have borrowed the public Aud tiered that those who could afford silks for UUQ do not know who they The Public should bo hut said nothing ia in Iho singular condition of being a nnil passed Ho found out tho creditor lo tho large amount of thirty mil When the girls came ncnr Iho they lions of without even knowing Ihe wentbehind a unfolded their hankernames of its actual chiefs and cased tncit Cccl dazzling while I Tjut jt jg nol insecurity only of vast hoseand were thus ehaWtd lo appear I amount which ought to challenge Ihe serious before the of tlic Congress and the Thu A soKsii AT THE onto CONVENTION I dislribulion of U among tho different parts of Van Buren member of ilio the whilst it remains unappropriated from entered his hotel by is a most material No on Saturday evening lio reooguizcd some Ono can believe unless some sucbschemo dozen of his warmest oflast tho bill is there will nl was trudging he encountered more Tho substantial debt or four sprucely dicsscd girls picking ors to tho Public aro the debtors to the banks You are You would be and fellow seated by tbo I am glad to ace yon said with Ms most condescending You have come up loseohow tho Whiggios make pre eh of tlio company we have como to attend the as dole the last men to desert the old Most tvo have supported tbo old man through thickand even at thoexpcuseof a little wear and tear of con tho fact furnishes no ground for sup we s bo sold to suuh followers as ho ileases to AYu bavb accordingly COD delegated hero to express our wishes and those of our fellow citizens in relation to the and they aro decidedly for Umphl How many of you luvo gone over G None havofonc Tliero only happens to be no Van Burcu men in except tho post There is with You dont say so And Major Indeed And Squire Is it possible And llll Anil I do not know bow in fact the whole Tliero is scarcely a Van Buren man tu bo lanJlurd when dnos the leas sum constantly on for Bomo time lo than the present ming it to bo thirly the annual in crest at six per upon it would bo ono nillion eight hundred thousand who ought lo have this interest The Public Who gets it The deposito And how this thirty millions distributed 1 Iu Ihe State and their und Lotul Agencies purllc uluily nlleiuleil Otllee in the houseorthe Alton A singe start for aud are nvrare that there ire several towns VAHM of loO one mile west of Mucoupin Bounty BO ucres under fence und In upon Iho pro mises is u log u well of Oral role 80 iicres limber llio reinuln drr For Iurllier piirllculnrs nnd terms Ulinly I UKlmherly livlup upon Ihn toOREATHOllHE Attys nud enerul Luntl luid out cu the Illinois and llio tors of each think theirs decidedly the We ill know that both Now Itndfurd and llridgoport possess nouio local and wo aro willing lo slate facts only without and invite attention of the public to examine for New Bedford is situated onjicction twenty township eU south and two west of the fourth principal Tho terms of sale will he twelve months DVVII PHILIP M MANNING cVOo Ill Llittb me ray know what lias broke Ijoso ill Highland before I Thoslairo ivhirled nnd in it Hie an Hu ron member from Ho has not oeen at Columbus The Ha7tisburg Chronicle elates that the wretched being under llio name of ISAAC lalcly massacred his family near fctr lltoy might bo coma o charge lu the tho same person aa ISAAC was sorno years for cutting off Iho head of a girl in nnd acquitted by the the ground f Let us for the credit of human that tho same plea may bo justly utged in tho present persona whose insanity puts un crimson types as havo no title lo tho privilege of free sgoniyl and should bo kept in x Ma ihtrly millions distrtbulca in me otato jf Now with ubout of the lopulalion of the Utiiled there is losilcilotie third of tho whole sum of thirty millions i and in on a fair would bo entitled to about a million and a theto is deposited only about In other States and sections Ihe disproportions were equally He was aware of whal might ho He was aware that U might be alleged that tho deposites of Iho public money were made whero the collections were But Ihe as well as Ihe direct advantages in Iho nuministraliori of this Government are worthy of considera The accidental circumstance of Ilia place of collodion ought not to give to that place peculur lo ho exclusion of other parts of the U won not when Ihe Hank of the United he financial agent of tlin 1 by means of its the benefit of in being the depository of lite public money vru diffused throughout the Union and tho as a slockolder in received a fair proportion of Ihe And Iho Ii no rom edy for Iho inequality which he had staled would bo found in the distribution proposer by tho Land and in always Ilia accumulation of nny unnecessary CLAY said that he had intended to call the attention of Iho Senate lo this in Ihe course of the debate on Iho Land and for that purpose had directed Iho ation of Ihe But as the potedly to had been adverted to Senator from Massaohsclls llus felt it due to the occasion lo make the valions which ho had until ho savr jun aiu years back am CALIIOUN snW this G   

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