Washington Daily Globe (Newspaper) - February 7, 1833, Washington, District Of Columbia 00 00 00 Faery 25 - Xm be m who tm Ml of frying Iw ftt The Potv of m ACT io the of porla in lM of In W of be to of importa February 1833. 12.] AN ACT of pay ta of any In not awm of tino and and with of intermit thereon and since the twenty-third of one eight hundred the date of a note on interest fiVen by the slUd to the and ott the of tbe were by a law at the iato to five a of one and ' ai at the date of note but which law bat been debated by the pay ment of the note was 1833. No. 13.1 AN ACT tor of Daniel Mft VmM tn of aod ninety four paid to Daniel otit of any ia M a to kiin ia due to Idm by tbe United 1833. ACT tlie of kv the in That Third Auditor of the tlie claim of a of of tiie United on Ibe and for the want on Mich aa bave been by and so due to the Secretary of the Treasury is directed to out of any money otherwise 5 1833. of 2. h'M Tbat under the the cause the tract pf buid to of the of ahan be as in ether therefor be granted in the manner February 1833. the atts of tne General and when they any atti of the rights and or the intent of to in with ftl and peaceable means of that no State hai any donai to resist the aVs of the but fty necessary such as are with the of the and are intended tp affect the illegal have concurred ia the fol lowing as expressing our opinions lotion to lilis conflict between the Government and the State of and publicly declaring the conduct which individually aad intend to pursue in defence of in of our Constitution of the United States divides the supreme power of between the Government of the United States Governments of the latter retaining as dis tinct communities all the powers not the both being the acting upon ami independently their That this arrangement df powers resulted from the ex of dangers of the Confederation making the legislation of the Genera Congress dependent upon the action of the threatened frequent collisions between the Federal and State au leading to alienation of the States from each and ultimate and from the apprehension of subjecting liberties of the whole Ame rican people of a single consolidated That the Federal with this and was to the well-known and expressed ofthe Father of his to a firm and Union between the people of the several and that td mutual on the and of two it awl efficient by irach evils may be peaceably That while and the laws made and made the United are supreme law of February 5 1833. No. 15.] AN ACT to an act - An act for the relief of C. and of the of Be it ikme in Conr gnu 9Hmkklt % time ia hereby until first of December for carrying into an passed at the last of the of Robert C. and the executors of James deceased Feb. 5 1833. No. 16.] ^ ACT authorising tbe the 6e neral Land 09ce to patents therein U te ike Senate and ihe 8Me9of of General Land and he is to issue - or upon in fee to William or to I assignees or legal upon producing tbe for the soutli part of or repr tbe for the in of range two bundle and acres ami hundredths of for the north and the mt part of the south half of section in township of containing few and thirteen akres and of in tbe of af - - 2. be U further That tbe aforesaid ber be ia directed to to or to his fev part of Grange and of an and - meeting ad JOHN Vice m a large meeting of the of Barren of all political at the in on of 1833, being to take inta consideration expressing their ift the doctrines and course and Proclamation of the President oC Ignited States in relation was to by Joel when was Mh being of the and Joti and were appointed when Joel after reading the President's and an the following and which the citizens of Barren have beheld with the proceed ings of the late Convention of South and lave read with astonishment and alarm that declaring the revenue laws of the United States null and and their execution within the territory of that State afler the first day of February The doctrines advanced in that vident and revolutionary of the of South Ca in of and Onx late of the of United his finn to execute the laws of the United States within the territory of that State by all the means which are w may be placed in his hands for have about a of public which must of every and assure him that in forgoes of his country hat upon issue of which depends and We believe that a government depending upon tbe will of the people for ita it ii the duty of its constituents anch conjunctures of and to unite in the public expression of their crions as to tiie conduct which its Constitution justifies and the occasion calls that the public authorities ' know what they will be .by the peopler ana thua add to force moral which will result from tiie a nation imd for this influence in this That conduct of 8. in to the atts of General in her tp her is a plain and palpable of her cam be to by the of bt without a of the Federal and the leasings bf that union br the united and deliberate consent of the people of the We look upon the revolutionary she has so rashly and inconsiderately with emotions of sorrow and and which we now desire the federal authorities to act with all proper and indulgence our brethren of in the revolutionary abd late evinced and feats of and sincere devotion to be common we cannot but approve of the firmness and in the execution of the federal by all such means as Con gress hare heretofore or may hereafter constitutionally Executive That while we desire not to the spirit of a we cannut assent South Carolina has exhausted every fpr relieving from those bur which she declares to be tional and or is su during under such an accumulation of and aa render a passive obedience nmd evil than and we admit that her people have a or right to resist the Supreme law of the or to withdraw from the That the late Proclamation of the United is a to the and setting at a proper his and constitutional to enforce the laws of the United and the proper authorities of the Government fail by of conciliation and peace to avert the of resorting to coercive we are a Tenn. 9th Jan. we had a meeting iil this we of the contained in are at least I in of tiie on the subject which they ia from the a fdr ACT for relief of Joel Be it enacted by W fk Bm of That Joel an town of ift the thing the and tif any State to the standings the judicial power of United Stipes shall extend to all in law and equity the lawa of the united and made their described is in on usurpations ihe on the by tiie of the Senators the iSSS * - hundred be M Weh imperative That the Ordinance passed by the Ute Convention of South Carolina purpling to annul the acta of on the ground that they are unauthorized by the Constitution of the United is an of power truly described in the President's Proclamation ai being with the existence of the contra dieted expressly by the letter of the unauthorized by iti inconsistent with every principle on which tt was and destructive ofthe great objects for which it Was That the members of this meeting have read and heard read with high satisfaction the recent Proclamation of the President of the in the present situation of public when the integrity of the Union and ofthe Constitution arc seriously the issuing such a Proclamation is in the judgment of this truly and patriotic as wc are that his Excellency the Governor of this State evinced a unanimous and inflexible disposition and determination to the President's We hereby tender to biui and them our unanimous by way of resolutions in a way wa and to we here to our brethren of South Carolina the following passare in the Valedictory nf the Father unity of which you one also now dw to it is justly QF it luain pUlar in the edifice real the support of your tranquillity at borne and peace of your ef your of that Very which you so highly as it ia to from and from much will artifices to in the conviction of this in your political against internal and external will be often covertly and it ta of that you should the of your to your collec tive and that you and immoveable to yourselves to and to apeak of it aa the Which m IT a cati it for 8late^hen liave m meapa of observance ty on the part bf auch The of secession ia that each State has right to judge for each State may judge for when a treaty tobe ried into or But I will not pursue this ridiculous absurdity any United to each State a republican forin of The commentary upon this in the is written by Mr. Look at and see if there is not some force in the proposi tion contained in the am greatly disappointed in the course pursued by the Virginia She I tp the Valley of the as the main pillar of to her I don't meaa but that oilier parts of the Union will be equally as here is the where the majority of the people ofthe United States are ultimately tb Does or rather members of her who reported the late expect that we can a in Louisiana to secede from and tiie foreign or an independent and can make all the inland inhabiting immense of tiie Mississippi aim its We believe that the inland States of Union pay their of the Does any man expect that they Would for one moment submit to a principle that would der aa to their foreign the mere tenants at of the SUtes on the A more odious doctrine to can be and one which we never will submit to to tilt at the of the | would though there is not much of this latter as to errors we are willing to reason combat trust the tariff will come down to the side of the Bot let us take tiie thing I have no idea of by our we are in any manner influenced by the menaces of the of South Supposing South Carolina madly into open to the General Government Is the to be and our government If it is hardly while fbf us to lament the destruction of such an imbecile piece of we in half the that we were immediacy before the Convention in Phila in 1787, when the people in some quarters were rebelling against the laws and government of their own when public credit and confidence were almost Are we in half the that England when the Pretender marched his wild army of Highlanders within 70 miles of and had reduced to his authority the whole kingdom of containing at that time more than 000,000 of very lai ge majority of the people of that the acquisition of Louisiana by treaty was a violation of the Mr. Quincy believed that if Louisiana were admitted into the it ought to be dissolved peaceably if they if it If a State Were now to the acts Mis souri and into the they o course would to out a conven or three fourths of agree to admit Have you noticed the language or phrases of the South Carolina They have almost using the WonI United but use the phrase that Union is a firm under the of Co. ate the champions of Truly this IS a little like the parliament that made War upon Charles the 1st, in the name of the Hudibras put the idea in the parliament the king against self same thing Carolina is the Union administer its of Hie and aa hf it different the that tiie laws be marks of the be to aa an aa That we recognize the all hUve to neist bnt we do nat believe tiie present to be such to the of the Sutes as Would to their execution civil war and Aa the opinion of tilia 01^ M State haia right to the Unioni tiie assertion of ench a IS Virtually to tite people of every they may or the and the United States at a if ff 4 a State to of all tiie States of the Union are That the section of the fourth article of. the Constitution the United Which declares that the United States guarantee to each State a republican form of State from seceding from because 9 State to implies the right to become the colony of a foreign to institute form of government such pleases to and tiie people uf tiie States would have no right to as tiie government be we believe it to be particularly tiie duty of of the State of to protest any such The free navigation of the Tennessee and rivers declared in oUr State to be one of the of the if a Sute has tiie right to secede from the of our sister States would have the right to Mock up our rivers and destroy the natural of OUr That we disapprove of the late Ordinance and of relative to the tariff that we approve bf the Proclamation of the President tile United relative we feel It our duty to declare that we will support our Chief Magistrate in the execution of the and of the That these resolutions be and a copy sent to our Senators and m Whereupon the meeting Al virtue of a the 1I will sale to die on day February at 13 o'clock M. it tiM in the City of all the Mt tide of IMe ef tho City in and to wid being fe City of Via No. 3,4, and 8, in Square 1,3 5, and 7 in 359 3, 4. and 6 in Square 39^ The he known at 81^. > 8 F. MAURO 6ts IMPERI AL the DbsM OT Mast led hi and also in RMf towns for quality or af any kind abo antl tlw to tlie injury or And is to men and It of in or sea as soap ean de In of bmd as may be found so to with said ofthe United States of tbe United to by of tiie U. ana m ili The aro communicate with each through their ordinary to take into abd df of dUf ih in the at in and papers friendly to the a meeting of the citizens of Franklin at the in on the 8th day of 18S3. motion of CoWAK was called to the ami John Goodwin appointed Mr. Campbell made a few remarks explanatory of the meetings and concluded by moving that a committee of ten be appointed your political and be to the meet ing foir ita preservation with Whereupon appointed whatever inay even the following to be said commit it catt in and indignantly upon tile 0reen, Campbell first dawning uf enery attempt to alienate L. John orto Solomon which link and the who and in a few That a of the Judge following w lo or stains the same doing the mury to 4' ' the 1 n very the aid of WM ef any thing vod be left of the most for months aad k now respectfully at or fcr a few days at the Who may to any of the above to satisfy ofthe to to send their address promptitude and wait upop them at in to convince of the of if And the most satisfactory proofs that tha of 6ne on account of such to the mity be in such cases dispensed It be had at all times wholesale at A vory liberal wHI be made to one each who msy purchase to seil will be left for sale on Feb. 6ddi* Invmtm-and of St having day its own The business will be dosed ADAM W. 8PIB8, R. SMITH 1833. OF THE MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF members of this shall charge for their the fees In the following subject to the several rales contained in this code relative to the same For visit and r First consultation Do do beyond the ofthe or dressing a and extracting a tooth at the Visit and passing the or Do often fur every mile from the centre in addition to ordinary Rising in the night and advice at physician's in addition to ordinary - - Dio and - - and consultation 6 00 8 00 2 00 1 00 00 5 00 2 00 00 wHl the Wholesale Hardware business at the same the firm of B. SMITH 1st. Feb. 189S. We by which i a ui ahall continue Wholesale Staple and Fancy Cutlery nail tUi branched Rifles amt and direct of yon win wr solicit a continuance of your and diaS of your friends Very Feb. 6, 1833dflt 193 Pearl at patient's house daring r - of Case of Case of midwifery in the if any part of the attendance be in the 00 6 00 00 10 00 15 00 IS 00 large or excision of fractures or tapping for Amputating aod of smalt Stitching recent opening introducing seton or Each subsequent 00 00 00 10 00 6 00 00 table is to state the loweet fees which shall be subject however lo the hereafter And it shall in all cases bs the duty of every to in proportion to the of the the responsibility attached to or the extraordinary detention attendance ' It is not however to prevent gratuitous to those who of remuneration themselves or tmt in such cases the whole services by charging fees fof some and not for it is obvious tbe intention fee table would be Aut wheat the believes that the cannot to tN regular and yet Is abbe to make some the shidl be made out agreeably to the established and a. de of one-third the ameont may be madeon the fare ofthe Shalt Met be made after presenting the when tiie practitioner learns the pecuniary circumstances of the patient will not permit nim lo pay the iit U M10 P. M. and and Ibr sale by F. alt the works ofthe E. in one large Evening Entertainments for yoong comprising of tbe and of various Moore's Private Oh Miss French own own ON THE BRIEF Exposition of the qf die United with an of and the tit and a copious by THOMPSON li water I Jan. 18 1833. 5 sealed will be at the 10th for iron for one set of Water te be et the Navy or 1883. Iron must ba of the best quality American must be rolled froin er of the beat not from i they must tie without er and be rolled to an and smooth and of and not less than nor teore than of an inch m giving the dimensions of the will at the Navy Yard \a this each will be as to the and that shall brenk or in turning Ike lNi hs must be replaced and at the the win be required for the mance ef the ten per rested from each payment until the whole To be tii can New-York to purchase two of from 12 of Sir the 9 a i br fron ths Of by tard 11, ofthe fve ww fem If Man if which read and ' As of this no fh Union constitutional tight to annul an act of or to obedience when adopted by la New OF NEW MUSIC for also mechanics bf every having such to of would do Well to us as we are determined t t slaves thau tmy purchaser who ie or may into marked All promptly attended We can at all be found at our west Duke street D. It ' 4^%ifOjUK8XL W. and the tbe shortest notice any of ttf any w whatever ftOm 50 to now on band ts extensive snd wiU be sokl louw Hats Ibr cash or In he bought in any Northern io W rt bis to B. More wanted in. and several 35Ttdfco , W.