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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 17, 1842, Alton, Illinois                                t J v 4 Jl M Be t THE IVtl 1 ti pubtutettewy at BY BAILHACHE liiorlbars f nlllrtg lo pay In nflvniic flMVUUlii f roni tHo commence ol to bo clia ecA at ilio Tl1 per nn nittiunndtbolr pnpemMHbjrrttobfitll o A For one or fi o For cadi contlnuauce 1 uberul iloductioii nindo to jroarl i FOR THE Fur the tiuiivini lence of our subscriber an advertising in llio neighboring the gonllflinon n a moil below have dn to rncpive payment suhsorii linns lo the lleleffrapks well as for adver hurried in the and to giv fur iho vizJX s of Crt prlhrlul rai Tolal tieasim o sSiocJcSlaVeis 116 mm Slale for ivBrmnl 77 1ur iho parment of lh sum tho Mlb and credit of lh aro suloirnly and irromoably plod It therefore bpcomoa your as t Viianllaiis of thn clmnclcr and ripiiiatiiin o to if ihe mean or paying this Thoro am nut two re sources upon whirh you can relj Tor lh pnrpoio Iho n the landed properly o llie and llm aresurl Hi three llio Stolo nnw 480 450 12100 a crcs of nqual in qualitj ami Ininlnm l any ivilhm her liinns aimmnt in i ludi i tlm land appropriated lor town piirno on Iho tanallliiK Although this luml innil ultima oly atlui tront ii will bo intnosxililo to rendc il available nl This opinion will b confirmed by a reference aliompi ilia v BS niado lu pay iliu jiltorest upiiu the cana dcbl hy a sule of ncfwaa passed ilurin iho session o belleroil 1 la hy the llnio Iho Ollttlanding bonda bocom lliuse lanis will attain a value a CBSI equal to the amount or tho pub lie debt gjjf Hut as tro are imahU o pay the nccrtl Ing il it ffvidcul thai its accntnu latlonuill annual increase o our nnd the bonds becoir our Mmrel our obligation will bo no greatoflhan at 1 stem to pom mil Iho of gmnj in lo liquidation nowJby placing Ihoso land liy Iegilaliv6 enaolinenl at tho option o tbo holders uf ihis that tho in leresl uf llie publiCcrodJtors IbemieUc would be promoted Q a very groat degree would realizing lunJi iipotcqnitahlo To Ilia bonds Ihoy huljiwliicli oilier wite iniu llieir long as the interosljlaccriiinc upon the remniiis f ily which il nas nut in nowtl to a B vert 1 Ihnt calamity has since fallen upon lh conntr irtlh l lie pa perol Iho Hunks lias depreciated lo ahoi one third of Us noipinalmluo Thus a los Ins been inflicted upon llio cpnnlrj curro f spending lu ibis upon s whole nidoutit of thoir nulctin circu i Tho Injury thoy Invo in thU msnnir nc 1 casiunrd liai beon greatly and 111 crpaspd by thu tiriuiiislancus umJe i which f Tho failure of a mnltitlldo nf banU in th naifjliburilig and llio Kroal redncligi which had boon elTuctcil in ilm oirculutlim u to a reiiiihpilnn of apo pie Imd an oxclusivo re f lianco fur a currency upon nor own Ins ilu The midden depreciation of their pa per has therefore almost entirely doprivrd n circulating rimy mill rcmsii ur nud pro in bo subiuc will any I mntntatn that n i ssi utial to ihn pxprrise of any tklPgale If Omiicwof ilia sunjocl b en lho uiiun of iho proceeds of ih ilu publiclands amung the Stains lurrnnipd h llio Hinrifuia an uu llio part ol Con This is strcnglhcncil by ll lhal whilt lho people cunfi red in un Cungreks the poivpr to cnllapt rev eniic for tho support of ihu General Goverl iboy reserved tu tha Slalm all the ait ihoriiy power necessary lo collect reve ntipfor llui support of llio Mali guvuumenl Having Him pomleil out llm uncnnitltu noiialiiy or this I should leave i without fttrtlipr were il not fur lh act hat il is presented luyou under circum somewhat Tho great B lanciol pinbarrassmonls under which lh Slnlo is laboring furnish a llioug mil a yuur occepling Hi tliat racier to Illinuis Ida d ting ihtgreat chain of Northern ilio ruajeaiic could only1 o led by us The advantage s comniunicmiun in order to bo fully ted must bo cumplntnm notild give a powt t orful impulse 10 every deparlmrnt of s c and industry Ihroughout lho entire to Ihia mura than tu all ulhers we might luuk for relief from our stilt dilHculnos The advantages and lha facilities it woultl alTuld Himld causa tides of imiingtilluu and floods s uf wealth lu pour into her Caiftal would bi manufactories erected and improvement multiplied While tha revev 1 which would be derived from toe reuti e ofaurplue water power and would furi11 a permanent and increasing fund whielf t might be applied to lha payinant of upon the public M Although wo have no means which i apply to lho priueculiofi of 1 gffjt debt on which Inter aecmoi B30 J71 li inlemi on wlnrh lo 7 T ilelil nn nrcounl of Uniih anil In iniproniii liomli mul n rip o fBiml land rrinnliiii K niiiul m 11 on for of 4m 45 CitinwiniiiM McUiLLi M CLRAVRRI Greenfield JAMES Afrar tailors nn tthutilfl Imdirectei to Ihe BAILMACHE Ac Jnhn eiiiii llftliK nf 1 itmnterre IH n 1 errliil SJSl1 Krie Couniy winild accruu that yeir Nolwiihtlnndini money wan iiioru plenl BI that limit al and the tlispo stliiin In invest it in luml much an n Ihu laniMlien olTirail WIT as volnnbliMiH any iiwiiuilby lhi ye only a small purliun could be th policy had In bn nbiimluned as lu deuioiisiriilK Iho iiupmitica liliiy of renlizinir Iluiila from the hmlid nmuirces tu pity the illlcresl uiiun IHT ilnhi ll now necessary to uunsidcr tin only renurt ivnluii roach which lieloru direct In Ibis in which Ilia and ihgniiy ihe as wull us nf ibn public nnd ihe people wliiim you lire so deeply involved muni tenons cuimdnrflltiiu is Al lludaifl uf my latu a rusiirl lulhlM at llie present for llie layrnoiil ul was am not il helmved by rifid economy in the nihlic tlmi no only anilicmnl revinuo lilr theurdiiiary uf ibeGuverumint could bo durived 1iuin iirupiTly und lands Hum r UxiiM iliiMi hut Ihul u ciinnleraulu nruliis mighi lie Tliu ai oil to ihu Uinl it was miiicjpuiHd wouhl noculliclud IV Ihe vusl qiamnimi nl laud aoiiually becoming would eSliice arrWmnjoess bo part the Slate lo do justice lo liar orodllors utmost of her and should the lit disposed to avail lliomtelves enable bor lo reduce her perhapB a manageahlo HIiotiM this policy b Iho will tee the pr prieiy uf applying Ihe canal lands excl lively lo Ihe redemption uf iho dobl Co Iraclcd un nitcunnl uf Iu consequence ur tbo depreciation he miles ul ihe Slalo Hanknf became my in conjunction wilh II nud under Ihe pruv tiuns ur an acl ontilM acl concern ing the payment uf and fur otho approved January lo puhliib n prohibiting lh lolleclora from receiving Ihe paper uf ilia in paymenl of froi and after llie or September 1 order slill rurlbor lo prulecl Ihe intercs f the il booiime noceatary lo at rcsa ho Oulloclori a snliseqiient cutntm admonishing ihciii that ihe Hole of Iho Hank of Illinois could nol be neived for mure Ihan their current value nod requesting them losuapund tho furll e collodion uf revenue until after llie moe ng uf iho Il Is nnderiluu thai this en has been Kciicrally Vom plied und iu moslof tho cuniiliet n culleclinns havo jel lieen course was suggealed under the impresstii that liulo or no injury would remit lo from and Icovo in the pussessiut of Ihcir chartered by themselves of tho reduced valuo nf their pu llraylvill probably lie nt sumo Ill Hire tu resume ant hi sump exlonl regain iheir Inliire hhuuld ibis over lllprois every reason in apprehend that ii would only bn in repeal Iheir cuiirso of imprudence anil and lu expiise the counity again tu its ruinuus and vvillicring They have already lu accomplish for which Ihrjy have pmviid t ulterly nnwurihy ulirusi ur A jnsi fur lho public interest requires Ihul liimr shuuld tlm MI dirrclaiid fUVctual mode titlnininir 1 would riiciiiuinand a repeal uf Iheir 1 uf t Lugislamro to repeal any acl uf u girecidihg mill nlfcclinglhe renlls Iruio llio very nnitiro uf nor It llie only atlWmual aicnriiy uf Ihu rigbls ul againm iliu uf corporuin Tha periid lias arrived when il become micussury Hint power The cumpsa and uligiuirdcd niiinucr in winch cluirlered privilpgns have been Ihu buhlness and imiiiiiiiiy willi which Ilioig have htjpn and inj rjury which uis llius breu n Ihu forcibly ibe utiiuirdily nud danger nccoisiiim of iheStatai huwuvDrljroi Ihoy msy can Ihe dighlos justify you in the viu a tun of llm sacred the Ounstj The importance and valuo of ihus principles csn not ba estimated by paltr considerations of They aro ih anilmirks which Imvo guided uiir cuurst hriiugh periudsiir and must no ie him itighl of in scssunu of ailvnrslty us well as ibni should al all and under al insist upon n rigid adhnreiict In them uu the purl our Vonr upon this whatever it tuny must he nul h consideriiliuns of llie rouveuieiice or necessity of ihe Iml ty solemn cunviciinns of yimr duly as legisluturs under Iliu Aniitlmr prelext fm accepting ie poriiun uf lho distribution money now due Ihe Slnlo islunud iu the lhal thn aw nuking Ihu distribution is suspended in ils and no furlhr dislribuliun will irobsbly lake is nn erroneous view ul ihu ho iiccpplanco uf any purliun uf the ipy llio of llie Stale would be a lull nud acknowledgment ul Hie consliliiiioiialily of ihn law sind Ihus a would ho eslablishrll fur the regulation uf all future legislation uiiun It must not he forgotten llul lho for ita forbidsthe Idea I y lubmil tho propriety of memorializing N Congress 10 grant to the Stale an additional quanlily of tugelher wllhwhft remains of ihe Iurmor will be fur the remaining cbslot With a viow lo this oiir and praiseworthy M haiff intriiiluccd a bill inln tho Sfiinto of the UniS led appropriating laud for Dial cessary lo raise the this lu an equality with those already received Jiy fl 1 10 Siaie of Tho bill was rekrred Iho appropriate and will bo rupuried and aeluil during tha present session uf Should it bo pro pprly its success is conliJcutly nolle The impnrtancc uf Opening Ihis caliuii nut uuly tu but to all the Stains and Territories huruering on anil as well as the il would fur lho Iranspnrlalion of tho and incase of thn troops aid munitiuusof maik il as an of high nalioiml provisions of an aol of Congress entitled An act fur the apportionment or rop1 rescnlatives aninng the several Status i ing in the sixth uill A73n 501 I bocii iiiformcil liy lii r purl of ilm a lioiv hiinila liai since liorn paid and Ilial the riinuindor has been addiliunally payment Blionld mil be 1 iiriliii amo i Mil ndo in at Ilielaal Hireling i nnil ihu apiniun 1 llicn ex B nnnW ulinKiilnn lo reilcem Tile WOlllll upplf lllllldB Of oaoli left llio Iuuil will llanaliBlpr anil SlobbiiiB un dcpsuil niii for wliich lio payment iVs een Not liavinr been fnriiUliod a contract luMwcen llie Kiind JuiiiniiBiioiier Macalisler ami Sleb liv whicli they advanced pun 724 inlerest bonds of each lijpotliucalcd to 1 am lliorufure ul loss llio Irna condition o said 1 hoiyiivcr infer lhal interns nee nut nccrno upon tho 08 iliileinonl in Ihe procedinf me hy llie Secretary tu Iho Kiind JumiiliSHinner fihowB llmt inlirusl rum llm Fellow nf the Senate and Jfnute Iieiretfntativfs It It with hnt I llirBMemhled rttpreaciitnlivaxir the Tlm of AmeniMy of llio Stale nn fiiiintiiily mlnjliitfil to Intcnst HIM irtliniluilu in the Tho Irtuh cnnllilcil tolliiiilejitirtmmH oi the to vn rum nil ninltiiilftiil ami it he ulv ol Miilicijialing Uid llir mul finmiiliiig the wel uf the In tmuti M of H tho liiinmegt of mutt be nn nnd Uut m vuu Ho di rcrilj from of yuiir lu llui it in u I br Itim jou Mnhmrt witlihi uiur nil the for of the tvlihh 1 limit lit jittmillud tlm 1 Clofiiicnlly n tlmt m utclfiiitHiil tlnii i ivill nut hfiiUiti tn tlniu nt Ihe rale of siiven per per nooriles iipmi Ihu iiinnV lo on lew uf case bfo hen llio inuresl iipmi naineil inn is ull thm an be oliareialilo to llio Mule uu aocoiin The contract mndo in hy Ibe of Ibo Stale of London by wliich nileriml impriviiuuui u the uioiui it wits rbHlsiilus ul coital nliiU wiiiild bo iu meet ilm ml iviuilil ucLTlie lijiuli Ihe un iml Uul lit bffurti bun nlnow Ibis if pruviiled bu mi like lhal uf ibe innmill Ii inerutoru boHues iieuiMsury Iruin ihtn single in consequence uf the an that you would have ir in yojlr puiver u eliove Iho peuplo from at lean a portion f their Il wat believed by inrodiicing proper reform nnd iu ordinary expi us s uf the Slale Ouvroinent iniglil he reduced greatly below urmor Wilh a view to this object a plan will he ubmilleil for your cunBideraliun by lu ihe doctrine uf vested Ilil inoilo of the nnd uvurreucliing nl mono iu uinl uf wiilnu ilunr is hy a prompt and of the rfpaalinu ol1 vuulil diclnhi Dial lower sliillld lltVcr wainoiilyur but him inluci of ol Ihe law is uiily nm hat its upnrittiuiis lie renewed whenever thu which Imvo produced tie shall cpnsu lo nr bo by HIP ocliini of Thai inn ur Ihp ulher those conlingencios will MIIIII happen ihuro cuu be lilllu Thn policy distribution in urohresaivn iu Ms mid will nolbu easily Tins is iho bo ouiilliil lo seven ineinbt It therefure becomes yuur duly lo provido by law for Iho election of that of ropreaenta lives lo ihe Longrcis It cannut Tail lo bo a suurce of gratification and prido io iho citizens uf tlmt while the ratio of has been raised sii high as considerably lo dimmish lho aggregate number ol and of course to reduce the representation ot idi Canal hiiuda ur woru exhibiting the variuin it bus mstlu niuce ils tlive of the has beon lha almost ami iiun Jlfniifu oflht prtiwiii olnturli i htt at iu the hands ofjiiid Wrighl to ilh authority lo fur Iho 77 ul Nur is Ihu only us it tlmt nsl ba encountered ill llns po expenditures upon which Jiny be tliu plan pruvo llm rale of taxes levied u conilnci ol our and iliuir fusl disuliiMd ilsulf iu when lho i nest ion of disposing of llm surplus increase of our population ainco the last apportionment that our own represenlBtiuu has been more than doubled wlnrh it will nmiud wUiliMtt and tn Iu rtlirvo hr M Intin will luivc In tiicirUntiT rum tlm will ol course bu yoin on Imn fully ccimnrelitnil lliit eitcnt ol tlicsu it will he n mi lo rinir to thai iiiriotl in our ivhta thtA Tlie iHpnlity with whirl Uir bnnkinji ahuiil Iliu Bainollino ivil 10 ooiiipnny liy which npruvrmeiil hoiid uf jE3Ar wciv uuoil in Ilioir fur inierll linpriivuinenl romaim sled in co nf tho inaulvenct f said Wrighl As in 10 littler pan of Iho ycur 1840 ur fxparipiira of and the pnal is Hlinun thai Un derived Iruin I u ilnrul ul nm P imniiiiiy urUniN auniially will little more Hutu e ridnclioii ptudnctd by the decrrasj thrline nf laXitilo cailfd liy the puiniury iMiilurrasMiieuls ul the prcienl assessment may he reduced ouo now ilu i designed tu meet n expeudiluris fur ttio proposed rednclion bo lied with greal llio eul uf Ihu present Owing lo Ilia failure of nur hanhs id Ibe conseqilenl scarcity uf the rodiioo of the ounulry is reduced lu MIIJICIS for iu Vllll mid repeal lluir H will hciumu yiitir duly in pruvidi by lawfur a linnl uf iliuir in a miiumr ii tu secure us lur us ihu rights uf the siudilmldtni and A cuuimiiuicHtiim WIIH uddrpssfd In me of ihp UniiedSinios presejitcd aBHIIISI lu dislrihulluu lu Hie could nut ul Ibis li be Tlm obslac e was however circumvented by tho provisiuus ul llm act uf eililled An act lu Ihe depiisiles uf iho public under which ilm revenue WHS virtually dislriliuied tu Al tho frfcqnunt recurrence of abuses uf tba eloctivo m this and other States s iiiiilil admonish us of tho necqssiiy of more carefully andcirectually guarding lhal With a viohv tu the uccnmplishmonl of that I would but earnestly that Ilia laws regulallng olcclions bu ruvUod and amended as lo lucrrase lha lunsjiiua tu ba inllicted fur Iheir anil nrkltsi r Iii3whieh HIM iwnul ir t tiifilfuiitnutl uf valuu hi ittrli HII exlnl Hft I give nnil fiiiiiijim viiluo lo tyc ry ol projM rlj lo tlic in tvery difarliiienl ol liumncti Hiiilto ttm rpgnlur ami tailed Iho spring of the Fund Comiisioner linlnd it necessary in ml for llm pnrpme uf iidjiisling iho tiled alTiirs growinir nut ul the ins made iu Ihul cunulry by bis rilHrenco tu it will lusiMn tlmi nm quantity 01 luxaiilo lands llm prHnul llul nf morn limn wlueli in loivesi incrnaiunl the and in many places cash ol be realized fur it at It will lie illicull if nut impossible fur Ilia people o prorurn curreul funds fur tho paymenl A just regard Tur iheir inleicit olalen that llio lonsl posiiile Mhsl the iicuouiKiug have of the cevnil Slulis und under the net of eniileil act lu ajipruprjulu Ihu iruccids uf uf puldic ul Ihi constilulioiiul barrier and an scl passed IJoilgress Hi iliwtnllnu In l e l in proceeds of tho sales of lho public lands This acl parsed whim llure was nil surplus iu ihu when a debt of at all future elections mthisStata o pruhibil persons frum voling in any precinct except tho one in which Ihey may ally Thia whilo it would nut abridge Ihe rigbls of any nouid irndti ol lite the wildest Hint mint rllif itifiiilHiiuii wai rngeinlfrod thruudhout JVtw Hiitl were cmbHihed the mrcioi wiltt were Iriqueiit1 Hrvtd lt mnrevilunnry and rlnnif Forluiiiile indcn would ll hnvd brrnlf inirll hull runllncd to hi people in llutr iuilivldunl Such not llm j U mTuint i iif to HU wen i mm etc lo udoiit of by tnint Miinnliilttil In n Iniidhble Hinliillnn of kriping imm her mid fmoiirnKcd bt re nl HiiTOHi wliich aluBity mi evil limit fiuin Inter iinnktd a view of sjvinf expinio lo llm I oiniiinferud nssufiiiled ainiicl and uf ndjnsl and selllo Iho aconnli Die CHIIH fta his il wasfiliinJ that right prior In Iheir a dUpuicd of n purliun of Ihu ur and abuvo Ihc ainuiiul uf money Ihoy iad The sum of was en un uf Iho and Sd uu accuiint uf interim Hinco a liiuil sotlenicjil uf the eslale of huid hanUrupts BB Keen and Ihu usiels will previously was iif Ihe nourepile of the preseni inureuMd IIMt 10 llmt this Pal Plluuliun in llui value ul luxublii luis oiiMirred ihe ul m iirovision inuclrd by llio 1 fljuiigiiHuuiiiMiiiitii valiiam ul land nt ihree dollars per o ii is ivideul llmt ruducm iioiihl luivi It is now ihui m uf ualmosi f n still iireaturrpiliitiiiiiu iu IP value uf Inxiihln priqiprly must o IIPXI ami ho ho exacted Irom them for this pnria nt 1 would Ilieremre earneitlv recninmcnd lal rale of taxes ho reduced as low tho moil economical administration o o Government will Tho condition oT uiir Hanking insliluuns ilomanda your must toriuin inoe Iho uufurlunato ullianco between horn and the was Ihry lave beon Iho cunitaril objects of Ipgjslavo In order lu mnllo alliance iilunlly proulahlo lo iho Hanks nud lho nud beneficial lo the Ihu liberal policy Inwards llipui has beon nformly Iliuir tiisp and ihui ihu sum uf 811 H3 ihu iiddiliiiiiul ten per iMlilm his heMi foilml duo lu ilm Siniu ut Kriim llnro will bu dinliicicd ic uiMinl id Slates on iiccmml jliipnst line HIM unpaid uu ucrlum stocks f lho ale hchl by llie Uililuu und 10 will liu duly puid un thu njipliculoll of llie uecnt ol Hie IP section of ihu uliove tceited jiro that ditiinlmtlvu rihutu uf uu lu any Slulu or Trrrilury under Hie of slmll lie pun iu any puron or iiTsoiis whiini Lcgislatoni lliuref should iiolhorizu lu receive llie was hanging over und when uuly uw weeks previous tu ils ami during the sumo sPfision of il lint lo aulhurixa a lunii ul twelve millions uf dolliirs lo dtifiny Ihu exulisrs of ihp Al Ihis suiliu uf Uiu il is Wuro deeply invulied in but ulhers were mil uny pulirely from hut nclnally had Mirjilnssphin their Vil il was iroposed lo disirihme the land revenue i ui nnil Kiipply iu pluce in the Nalionul Treailry by n The cxtraVBganrc und lolly of Ihis can only bu for by Ihu corrupting influence of Hie i isiribuliun The inomeni the And ulthuiigh it might operate incunvenicnlly iu some yet us and Iho impiirlanco or luu object tu bs altaiiied by would abundantly jusllfyitf Tlm prcservatiqt ol this right ID its uimost is ossantial lha mainle miitceufall republican Through us exercise aliuie can Ihu majority of the people peaceably redress their onset their and aulecl heir and rutnin the puwprs utguverntnent in enjoymenl of all the privileges and imiiiunis i iua uf ils ubnto would ho equally X fatal lo uiir Ils corrupllun wuuld r sutjeci tho virtuuus and intelligent majority In in in uf Illinoittnil MichiuHii wliich hml Hlruud llieir us 1 nm adivIll 1 uf iibullt suvtinlyfivo CUIIIB to Illy payments nnd now lil PXIrjiirdilinry privileges added tu nuy or ptrsuiis wl Hie und mivcreignily will be ut an ihu usurpation and tyranny of a vicious und ignoranl this institu nd Ihe H B ivilci liiUuirtl iintciiiiiiile en nviiil Ihv in nt H IH ilH Iu May 1 received n Icller dan from iiiiniiully luciinun will he nl Tims n uill be Ihul Dip wlilih wpruioriliili libiiral The aid lo eslahlish Ihcir edit and givo ciirreiioy to Iheir 1 he safe tteepiug and was tu ulupc i ceil Ihu rtocipl ul m ithuvu cumniiiuiuuliuu und yunr us MI shurl tlmi not un uny uf ihe restraints which the of its collection will iBiroy every prineipln uf lumlerutiun instead of proleciing and supporting lha would bpcomo the means of its overthrow Ii would therefore fcectn that ny provision which may be necessary for Its i irrtilfil nuunu uf TJ niliinihrfiiiiiltnccfmn lor llm of n wVll r ItBll IllHiuly of irid rucoivcil friiiii llm uf ritjln As iuii Ainoiy Mils huie hien duulily nivrmio wns conlided lu and e niilcs of bulb made receivable in parmil ul nil her 1 ilmujrlii proper lo declinu MIS be would furnish Cutigress wilh u pruipxl lurollccling by means ul should bo promptly and unhesitatingly By an act of Congress entitled An act In Hml In 1 Ions trnu uf Such u pnv I ai it HCrruu t bumhiiv of which would bo deivurtd npitu my In Angnm 1 finhnwerrd the lnnil wliu then expiicted lu imineduiKly In lu receive llie ai liefure duo rum the uf VVjight u d lu rnCfive ami cniicrl Ihe 7IJ canal Ihen iu llio i ruiinui now PXIIPCI in riiilizo a Iriuii hiiinVienl in pin any eun dirahlii piiriiiin iviibonl m UudiT circiim n Ihu ride is luiuii h u Ihnl 1 m Ml in iiuollnr purl rpciiiii his lining io unr ilm liuus of iveallh insiiliiiions thus faiored il was nnral Hut mid lieilow the full ensure uf Iheir Kblrsl llnulil either uf ir aulrcncy ur Ilil was The icuilntrj were perleully Biiruro coulrol Il waarxpeclod lhal o IncillliiS Ihoy nflunlid wuiild he aiutlu and and thai their circillaiii wuiild cuiiblilulu a safo and submit il rely lor hy u liiiuwlcuye of the llmt Ihu hevifiil of ihe tiiuius Imvo ul uul reluseil tu aurupi llio MIIIIS uf lu Iliuir Mialcs tPspeulivLly imu cnlillcd under tho visions uf the Inn havu ill nud uLnled llieir ciilne ol iiMlisiritiuliou The panottsin in ur fur inrnmlioring their labor am iudiislry perhaps fur ages lu come wilh no iliiinciiMi National Al lho lost sessiun of llm General Assomlily il won known llmi ihe pruvjsiun uf selUi nl pii fur the construction uf the Illinuis nlneb had been prnviuualy uivinirto ihuir depreciation iu Hie Imd become and ivus likely thu proceeds uf ihe sates of thq iiibliuluiidsand luuraiit pro otnpliun approved lha quantity pf ucris ul land granted tu llie uf An eel was passed1 un the lUih of authorizing tbo tioviiruors uf the States unj tu select Iho lauds granted to those Stajos In cuiifurmity with iliu provisiuns of ll V In HilvunilrH lu lluw lulu All I appoinleil and caused llie before illl V i t i i IHIIIUIB ol Inide are cumplelely c liowever was of the quantity uf Imd tu bu and W h 1 1 and ihu vitiiliij uf and was onjuyed hy the Hunks only with the licgulers of Ihe lulld HI hit uunlemplaled vuago tu Kurujiu fur places muiipy caiiiiut ho in biilltciiMii aiunniitb to as Ti e most impruviilonl use was iveru iu my he highly Il wuiild htj u suurcu ul great rtl III our Since lhal lime Hie fur uf Hie bus tievii tlm in the difVcrtlil dtstriclsin which leciiuns were In selecting ihls tho agents vvere directed tu visil and nnlV ol i nil lo l h uf nljT IriM ml clinkeli UIUI Itiilh i tainflk uf u ruilroHtl milrrlcil aiiU ullhoul lurcl aerruliw upon WIIK rcnliwl w uninilril U wialilnl lo Ihe inlrrnl ulilli Ilia uiily uf llie l lo liroviili mori prruuuciil for llul waslbn cshBUllril cniulition nl 5J lUl li nuMeemeil lu 1 1 nptuirni llm of would o I illertfcl llul il wouM lie nmpli 1 lo e Suie In rnrn her nliliiu if the dividends if llio nitselB of Die TB lalu uf Wright it filial my ixpecla i the incurred by Ihu in lunsrqiiui oo of llieir hunkriiplo willlitcomparatively falling uul sixteen ter accunni uf Ihu lnhitv 10 price originally stipulated tu lie fur llm and a Inks of fifteen per will bo siislailicd un ul the nlernal improvemenl boinls diiipused of nd nnaccuiiiiied prior lu llieir Ihe rcsidiio nf Ihe internal iinpruvenenl which woro nui uf ly said Miavo no ncconni lilt preaiiinu Ihuy havo been recovered tjy losiilicilurs uf llio Kiiinl r remain in Iho hands of Ilia aiiignuo ul aid llavingsaid Ibis much in explinalionof ems and accounts Ilial could nul vise he exhibilud by recurring tn the la i ynii will perceive hat the wliolo a ml of unr pnlilic upon whieb jccruev i ol iho country cannot he ispuaril uf for cash at nuy and re imailaMu un Ihu haiidi of Ihe or an barlerod fur Ilia nucefcaary irtmlcB of donieitiic greatiil iiicunviiiieiice and illOiruly will he uxperiencid in prornrins current funds for Ihu payment of Tu iicrense Ihu rale al Ihe lime would 10 lu inflicl general nmbarraltmeul nnd and lo inipmo upon Iho people a inrllioli iihicli Ihey coulj nol puBiibl I am forced lo Iho unploasml and humiliating lhal ou from ihjs BOIITCO ur any oilier ai our make any peruiauenl pruiliuu for Ihu pavillilll of The mil piiMJiiillty of reliuf Ihe eavy which Ihu llaliis mini be liy Ihe f Ihe lo llm ailiiiiiuiinl of lhi usirahlu ohjicl all our inergici und oorcei he s n view uf llm d illiiuli Uu snrruundiug nucumiiiuilalhins their limes not unit leyond nil lho hounds uf moderation nnil hut greatly bejoud their uhility lu redeem The inevitable consequence uf his impolitic nud extravagant was a reburt fur the sccund timu lu asiispensiun ol i ipcio Tho disregard of ciple ant1 faithlessness luaiiifeBlcd hy this havu deprived thorn al unco of nll legislative llul ul iimo icy had entwined IhcnitplvcB almoil indis Ihe of Ihe ICvery diiarliiieut uf hmlnuss and rado WIIN entirely nl their niercyi and Htata were completely williin llitir Tho Hilary Clubarrassmenu ml dislrons lhal would bnro been uccaRioud by Ihu sudden willnlrawal uf their paper rum was truly Influenced hy Ihrso cunsidiTtttiont nnd revived hy Ihe deceitful held ul by lho lhal they would in a lime he ablu lo rccovur fium their lie which pruper lu llieir TUP u ulilic ihn S is miiiiilibll J by lie il Iliu lilUil Tliu ruvciiiiH dutjtej from c sultu uf ilio piiiilu liinN does any respcul IrMin riviiiuu collcclud oiil This is ut Irutii Iliu Hml the cost of and Mirvu g iiiblm lumls is out of thu riivcnuu otived fnin und xvhiiluvcr ucLusiuncd in Ihu Uuitoil Slalus Tteauury iho uf ihu mutt Hie Tliu revenue derived from two suuru not cXircise any inuru potvur uvur unu rliun could over thu Hire it can distributetliu irucetili ol iu suits of Ilia public u follows Him run albii dislnbulu Ihu tulkulcd III Ii Hien buruuus u itlher 001 Ibe CuiiMilutiun ul ihu UuiI S iilcs Congnsi wilh Ihu IIIIO uf bunds neguiialcd liy ill Allur fninjn were a of Ihu iMntriiclors Iheir eohlriinls tu lu rectivu fiom Hie Canal par lur ihu estimates dun bonds mm pxecoied and paid u I But Ihe lititil this lime in enslern market a fiirlher cuiilinimiicii of Ibis expedient Since Hien Ihn opeiaions upon it have been carried uu by Iho wilhuiii uny aid Ironi the in ue ills ctlli he dumvd from SOIIIP new huurce hu uriher pruHecutiun uf this wurk Fur a sialemeul of ils progrpsg nnil prosIll 1 refer yon lo the report which he hy the Buurd uf Accu riling lo a siniement rocimlly received rum Ihi Acting iho amoniii has been rxptiided Inwards ils every unpurale and lu nous but the By Ihe accompanying ruiurls ycu will perceive that they discharged llm trust confided iu wilh great euro und The land is represented lo bo of Hie nud and I have nu liiiiiilj vclutbla lu Ihu Allho HIIS land was grinned hy ihu law which lor Hie disiributiun uf the laud revenue mining tha lo which 1 have i cuiisi ruined iu Btioiher port of tins in lu express my decided ol jiclmi iel those oliJHcliuns am nui applicable Ip gram ur Congress cannot dMribWlr1 ie proceeds uf the sales of ilio pu lie lands o Hie yet H might wilh ilia iropritty purliuus uf llioso lands to m biales in which Ihoy am uu Ini proceeds uf Unite lands apphed to ll a ng of and Ihoiooklruclioa would encourage hi gruwih and admireuvui of ihu new would greully enhance ihe and faolhaie ihu sule uf lha governmiut wilhla ieir grrnlly in Ihe IIIB Unit Die dividends f tliu capital ituiU owned iu Ibe ami Ihe crisis ut whirh we have rritc il uill upon IhU BOUII after llrir Buipcniioii again reu its and Tho lu llm 3 Tim cuuipoled lit aboul n 1 ihn mil which will be required fur onhglitcned and liberal pohoy nai i ong since adopted and fxieusiie donalioni SSJhj111 rqiinl the interest upon tliu Hank o nr thai Ihe Hindi will ho nd deducting it from Iliu ainvo lu the means und udopl ocli us will miiBl spoutlily Hod BIIU rssfulli uill ioio ami nntl liiuty wnsexlended to Ihem U lhal and the succeeding neasiiru tbul would lend to relieve Hlunu difl Hied nud Ihosu wlncli urn it he deeply lumenled thai our omburusiiieiils uruhuch lhal wo eannol al iu several uf Hie Tuupreaem literature lo and others tuned in thu wos merely retnrdid u Ilih Inully uijr uuulcuoul lu adiw jou Uiil slim cliargnnhlH wilh iulrrfsl will hen a Ki tho intinH npiin vlilch at in pur ner llie reRourilfs of the Stale cuss cauiiol ut preiont lio rn liecd fur llio lauds owned Ly lLo inrraihiuenll and siiKlniu llieir sinking ridit wns Hj pursuing his they inerply gustuoocd a Tbouisinliiitiiui of tho r Uiu dulcuulCd riimplri iuii uf Ihis work has ng iiulieipiilLd us lho grnlid Ill wos tu ua orjusiice whlcli wss or Hi place Ihfm upon an equality wilh those hail previoublf received C 1 FuUITM Pioirl   

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