Washington Globe (Newspaper) - January 18, 1833, Washington, District Of Columbia 8KNATE. 16, 1833. wm from the President of the I Si the relating to South her of the occupied an hour 1 As M it to refer the anA Committee on the and Itc CALHOUN that he not I o make any on the motion of the from I what he he out of but he the peculiar in he as a the Slate of South would obtain hint the of the It was he said to notice the many as furas South were in the just there was that he should he recreant to the trunt reposed in if permitted it to without the first opportunity it decided He had tlie to say the object of South declarations to the to the Am 1 asked Mr. U. Mr. I state this part of the If 1 do 1 meet this assertion with the most is not a member of the confederacy more devoted to the U than the State I said Mr. referred to the of of Seuth Knd the of her on that proof that the State meditated 1 said Mr. that the Chief Magistrate not all in relation to this South look any to o a the had concentrated the forces of tJie States in tke harbor of Charleston and the cHy of on her froi and had su of military evidently with .in intention to or menace when it ly be mistaken that the of the was to what she believed to be her through the civil tribunals wilhout a to apprized of and tlie to coerce she to the to which the with a on her to the issue from the civil but any or attempt on of the The alio an reason for inference that force was that no of that a of an unchecked majority must nut na had If proof the actual condition in which we now find ourselves in the of this and which our very political furnish How we been brought to There has been bo exterior difficulty for the lant sixteen no ict with any nor any cau not from the operation of the to and we menaced with extreme as acknowledged by No reason can be for our present critical but that we have practically departed fmm the principle a derated of limited a principle which brought Mr. Jefferson into power in 1301, and which checked for a time the disorders which from an of our system of For tlie hat ten or veara - principles been departed the Government has assumed an unlimited over the hucI capital of the The n sult has been such as t to have been The dominant interest has with to its own consulting the feelings of the It has terminated in violent conflicts between the two great of the That the system which has been hv the stronger promotive of its intr in a pecuniary ho did not Such the opinion the and on that point he would admit that they most competent But on the other the oppression great as the advantage was on the 1 he south felt its There was scarcely a human being in section would regarding its particular be in favor of free He had spoken too were but he was did not exceed one in a The while it united in the dominant by its united a resistance to by its with equal firmness the In this a presidential election What which and will in Kuch The stronger interest for its candidate him who is considered the most tlie and most of its Tlie weaker find it to meet the under with its the of one in of a tariH that of one whose e well in reference to the protective of tiie weaker their upon whilst a part tif actuated by motiven which he not but which be easily by joining the gave their a majority and thus the is decided in h s Bui tlie contest between two is not Kach struggles and their strength in the In ihe a powerful looking BLACK the Senile in fator of ike he had several to lay en the lable and but ah motion of Mr. ihon to the nf 1er Senate OF January 16, 1833. from the Committee on Commerce reported a for the erection of a Warehouse in the city of was read twice and committed to the Committee of the Whole on the of the motion of Mr. That the of the be directed to report to this House a list of articles upon which the of nix millions for the most be made upon those denominated without to the reasonable claims of existing That the President of the United States j by be requested to to this House a list of articles of domestic which are to our safety in and to it is slated in the message of President to that the policy of be ultimately motion of Mr. That the Committee on Claims be directed to into the expediency of making provision by law lor the payment to Joseph assignee of John certificate No. 11,171, dated 1st January 1782, signed Timothy P. M. G. to secure to the said John or his the payment in specie of with interest at 6 per centum per annum until motion of That the Committee on Claims to inquire tlie expediency of allowing to Daniel Bray of the county of in the State of New the value of a house taken by the U. States in 1814, and applied to the erection of barracks at or near Black WATMOUGH moved the following which was read the first it the Senate and House of in Congress That the President of the United States and he is hereby to to be erected over the remains of j tion to lha Mouse lo provide for llit af the There was for ill such a that would hi lo the a subject H an 6c afforded for at would meet wf the Whole agreed with ihe man who last ihe that Ihe Message read for Far was from at any angry its and temper meet with a response in the of of hit It a document that lo he in Ihe woman and chihl in the At the he move thai an number Ne a atop to and unnecessary discussion moved the previous hit motion at the requert who said it had been suggested that it would be impossible to print the message and documents by He would therefore so his motion as to postpone to tlie dny after said the motion to the single consideration whether it was to go into the discussion of this subject it had been examined by a He could sec no occasion fur into a debate upon it before the subject liad been reported on in the usual could be derived from thus rushing into the He would submit to whether it would not be better to avoid Mt once into He concurred with the gentleman from Georgia who suggested the reference to a Select Committee to be composed of one member from each STEWART differed from the Connecticut In his opinion the House should take two or three days to determine what would be the best course to to his present view the proper reference be to a Committee of the Whole the state of the The time hud arrived when this subject should be fully discussed and the sentiments of the House upon it made known to the These documents should go forth to the with a full of the opinion of the House He therefore vote in favor of the hnd made M before the courts of no fixed Mr. i or must express his regret that President had the He not be | that the v hether the s annulled by the were or could not be by ihe rhr upon their to be revenue laws; and it was to the forms of judicial they were in for or couM be presented however dear the tthat revenue But do not hold out the President in that no t was to the court to try tlie of A spirited individual made an with the express view of testing question before the courts of tlie United nnd the as he that the court refused to take of the question of there is another important that has immediate bearing on the the President in to have before he undertook to impute the motives which he to the and gallant Mr. C. had the honor to It would be po5 lion between the i nai uie Committee on ir according to be instructed to enquire into the gains upon of placing Eberly of St. 1 l which it i an old tlie nor for or against ain measure of national rally the e. In this pos lion between ilio they tl If the occupy it On if the south the a of policy in reference to it is and thus the power islert hy of the force of the over tiie in the of tiie conflict has reached its highest and tiie weaker interest is compelled the Executive will i invariably pass weaker interest which j iiiiii into power to the side of the 1 It has a for and will be sure to i side party which gratify its I So long as this fatal conflict state j must U depends upon no 1 but springs from the of Even were j cur one of small extent of homogeneous tlie very same state of things would it be under the rule of an absolute and unchecked and which in the lead to the of all power by the Executive hy that the of as it j He would teave the whole question up was Justly called bv the Senator from on the that there never did exist such a abili of abomination it has hy bringing j without and that to the reus tu the of and ' suit If such bu the operation of a before the other that a delegate from the ment over limited territory and homogeneous of South Carolina moved to amend the title of i much more violent must it be in one so as to present character ed us ours It in rapidly sweeping us the express view of question of its The was voted down by the thus the Stute was etl of the of testing the question before that tribunal the now charges it with not having retorted Mr. that he but remark that there now to be an extraordinary change The cry Union is in That is not the We are infinitely nearer military than Let the bayonet be in as the arbiter to settle great and the very power which is to decide South Carolina in this will as decide in the ill of the despotic will Executive last in reference to the powers of the the of the from documents laid befire So man was more devoted to the that the President did not consider tiie and of this than himself In Supreme of the last in a his he read with too much between a and the General where a neighboring State was South and Georgia are by Was he to one rule of waK to prevail on the another on of that or the opinion of the had undergone an in so short If he might on the same some latitude of opinion lo also been assigned by the for inculpating the motives of the State; that the State of South Carolina had not applied an amendment to the Constitution in tiie manner It is a to say that hUe has made tlie but it is she ought to huve applied before she declared the in question The answer to this objection was It was perfectly the noble examples of Grecian and That enthusiastic feeling he had had been extended to the institutions of our which he if properly as a confederated system of free checked by it the system to preserve and perpetuate ever But viewed in tlie opposite as a virtually constitutional it would be if the measures recommended in tlie message be and it would be the most and oppressive despotism that ever Mr. C. by Senate would pardon him for the which he had in their the had on to outset of brave men who fell in battle during the late war on our Northern for tiie liberties of our common monuments with indicating the field on which and perpetuating the remembrance of their patriotic of Mr. it was That the committee on Private Land to enquire into the oF granting to Benjamin of Prince George's the bounty land due to William a soldier of the regiment during the late motion of Mr. it was That the Committee on motion of Mr. it was That the Committee on the Post Office antl Post Roads be instructed to enquire into the expediency of Post General to enter into a 5pecial contract with the Baltimore and Ohio Rail for the transportation of the mail between and ON motion of Mr. it was That the Committee on Private Land Claims be instructed to enquire into the of confirming to Lewis or to his legal seven thousand nnd acres of situate and lying on the West Bank of the in the Territory of the U. States North of the State of claimed in virtue of a grant from motion of Mr. E. it was That the Committee on the Post Office and Post Roads be instructed to enquire into the of making an appropriation to repair the post road running through reservation on the mail route between Cincinnati ami Sandusky hi the State of and that tlie of sundry inhabitants of said now on the files of this together with the report of Postmaster General on tie subject of the importance of said mail route and the of making an appropriation for its heretofore submitted to be also referred to said Message was received from the by A. J. Esq. his private which was inserted at in our paper WILDE it was obvious that the Message just read was universally felt to be of the most solemn This might be seen in the anxious countenances which surrounded We had arrived at a solemn crisis of the extraordinary It for the first time since the institution of the been CARSON said he should vote in of the motion to postpone for the reason that he wished for tune to consider which was the best couise from any or He was not conscious of liad he perceived any in other In the firat he had been to vote for a reference of the subject lo the after the suggestion of the gentleman from Georgia inclined to opinion that a Select Committee he Before he came to a final he wished for time and should vote in favor of the a. run now a. well decide upon proper m it he He vote was as wid perhaps to express at length member in the not with precipitation in a He wm Z of thUe find an In taire bwn Hwl WM much to 3K M wty been ever he iMul f the floor the wm it w m not for the of It- to of by the courtesy of the he heen A. had no wWi to Be placed In Ilii object wM to move it. reference to one of the of the At time he more it. to the Committee on WILLIAMS considered the reference lo the Committee of the Whole on the of the Umon the proper He make that HOFFMAN could not perceive any to be gained by a If the gentleman from South not the and now it to be again he cheerfully accord the to But as to further it should be remembered that half the of the scion had been and little hwl been If the subject i. we stand to-morrow precisely where we do 11 had been to be Uie ordinary to refer to the Committee of tlie Whole on the state of the Why not that be a. well taken to-day as It wm the duty of tlie to make the earliest disposition of the He would not defeat own which debate on question by up more He hoped the Ue to the Committee of the Whole on the of the in which every gentleman whe desired might fully his INGERSOLL he vote against the motion to He could not to a reference a Standing or to the Committee of the Whole on state of tlie Why should it go into Committee of the for the purpose of getting up a Whenever the subject brought before the House it should be upon SPEAKER the of nol now in INGERSOLL he would not it to remark that he thought a to a Select Committee composed of from each State was the most wid the word excitement a two might a wbt r upon a subject of vital or it mean a violent blaze of He to that he under the influence of E. EVERET r believed ihe orginal motion of the gentleman from was the most and he regretted that it had been All the papers except tlie Message of the had heen before the The itself be in the hands of gentleman in the he would venture to say that it was now in might be read within a few All was a little time for He move to amend hy striking out the day after to and inserting COUL TER was both to tlie motion to and to the Neither proposed the which had heen usually given to the Executive only of the but of all former What had been the usual of disposing of the Message It was referred to the Committee of the on 1 the sUte of the When it was to it could be taken up at any time when the Houm was prepared for its After going into Committee of the Whole on the state of the the proper direction be given to each branch of the could he He not inclined to cut on The of in jurtice to the both a. to the of the United and of the should be fully SPEAKER reminded the that the question before the was simply upon the COULTER he was opposed to any and should support the reference of the to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the Mcduffie trusted the motion of the from would It appeared to that the object of the motion had been He not aware of any of going into a general of the at this A. he the of the fornler well he might of such importance waa before the Every in the was he to consider it calmly and His opinion as to reference the Committee of the Whole on the state of the He should not have voted for thff postponement were it | not that the gentleman from South Carolina ' who had aot the asked it as a to 8ituate<l aa that gentleman i. with to this he could not refuse CRAIG thought aa subject be entirely in the power of the when referred to the Commi tee of the Whole the state of the he vote the of and fer his proper to the wed to the on the did not feel murli anx ety to the reference of the having belore propriety of referring it lo the Whole on the Zitate of t Un h. would beg leave to ona or two of reasons for that did not the u an to be ref. to ordinary are discussed iii it. wh ch go to the very foundation of our It the the several of the For what purpose wu the of the Whole on the of the Union In order that the the Union might be periodical y at without being trammelled by the of the In the of he recollected it for to go info tIm Committee of the Whole on the of the for the the general condition the public Why were the between the States ami the except for the purpose of It true there wss an isolated ease respecting the contained in iti hut we narrow down to that It td to Smith and to the United the whole subject 1e After a proper U not take any Select or Committee long to embody them into a or He not willing to any course which to stifle or avoid BELL tlie appeared Houm prefixed timt Uie general take place T after report of a If the now referred to the Committee Whole on the state ofthe the general would he first debated ami then to a Committee to and report the proper to be on tJie other the Menage now referred lo a Special or Standing the report would be made before the would take file mattar under Into the question whether the general debate be or to a port of a definite Whether the refere nee to a Standing or Select to him matter of felt compelled oppose to the Committee of the Whale on the state of the for the that it would occasion the of much when time of the If the reference i. made to the Committee of the Whole the af the must to a Standing or Select Such a Committee would be able til exercise their and impartial judg ment with more than the midst of a stormy had disclaimed the influence of Whenever specific measures should be proposed he no but a excitement would be wen as hatl never been before in If not be avoided it least at a time when it preclude of It had been that means w.r. to obviate the of the Replevin He regarded auch as minor great subject to and to the people devise matna to prevent between the ai a and the General a State shall what be executed within it. or whether the Government it. into So was sb important a. It be ted to the attention of a Committee who gentlemen were not ready to up not by other All the and could satisfy the Committee it ought not to he had to the Judiciary that in waiting until r i the Senator from South that slie sue ha. coinc the existence of tlie and had wd V application to bring the whole excuse for the violation of it beiW a of the no such excuse to therefore to ner liad a General Convention of the which ample to terminate the controversy 1 y or refusing the power in She her act will bring tlie ther so as to them to meet her in and thereby which has so long agitated le Mr. C. he would make no further as to he conceived to be misrepresentations the r he proceeded have at reached a period which has been long it must be practically decided whether ours is a consolidated without or a decision of the presented hi the wiU d. termine and on this decision depends the of our our Every cr animate it is from its the principle of he be he of and that which w ere now called upon to hnd ex sted from tiie n of our From the 4-iiential diversity of opinion ours was a or a confederated system of the two great parties of the aii l he was amazed at that we advancing forty-four years without having a as or the cither side obtained tlie powerful a beai ing practical of the now be message has and the final decision can 110 If its he thj which it inculcates fact become a of He begged the to pause and before to so imi a It he a groAS deception that is the distinction between absolute and of and one which h right of at ' of its in effect by Nor would the be less gross H cuuM long must and that iu of ctt argue a more profound ignorance of human and of the of political 10 sec U follow the to Congress by the Chief of the United that one of the of the had denied the power of our If we persevere in enforcing thase she claims the right of withdrawing from the right she has announced that she will and will relieve her citizens from the operation of the of the United peaceably if she and with violence if that should become Thli Wis not the case of enforcing the execution laws upon private SPEAKER if the to make any he pleased to submit his proposition in WILDE his proposition that the Message and the accompanying be and that the further consideration of the be postponed until in oi der that gentlemen after due reflection upon this momentous come to it. with calmer ARCHER enquired of the Chair whether the motion did not a proposition for the reference of the replied in the Mr. ARCHER woul 1 suggest to the in the execution of his Georgia it not sud openly his and to his motion to and reasons lipon which they were not remarks upon that Senator from South on the part t had his The Issue is The competent will There was one of the remarks of the Mr. F. felt himself bound promptly to his lence might be construed into The President is charged with of opinion in the cases of South Carolina and C- He alluded only to the opinion that tlie Supreme Comt was a final F. said it was not importuni as to of As the at Troup u confined by of lie protest ihe case of with of He on a former lo to Ihe Senate Ihe between Ihc two lifi lo show the and to its To others in. but In tlie of the people of Georgia it was ayd had Venule that hived more Hie of Smith F. di meli It ihe course ot had of love jil F. ihe WHS in i to Chief 10 to any but from Soulli Carolina us no wtf force hope he indulged pledges bjc If noi lic then of Mr. 3,0f>0 pf ihe and documents were be rOI on certain which hr to make to the bili fur a the proceeds of ihe ihi n proceeded 10 Ihe the for a on ihe amendment reported hr ihe on WILDE hoped the motion to postpone not It it to pursue the course usually taken in Mich the Message should be K the of any mm was had not to his There was no Occasion for inflaming the precipitating into a debate this subject before it referred aad reported on by a Committee in the ordinary The House had heard the opinion of the and himself he not prepared to act upon it until the measures recommended should be examined and reported on by one of the of the This examination would give time lo come to the discussion of the momentous subject with all the moderation patriotism WAYNE snw nothing in ihe or the which excite were not he to any M the The find before fur a thai he nol for of his as he ever to his frain Archer ] if he lo br the propter The proper of Ihe his was A tq l|e of from Some of the in Iht undoubtedly for the of ihe on the as its were lo ev SPEAKER any the was nol now in order before Ihc Home iis WAYNE 1 the of Ihe He trusted the molion Iu not meet with the of Ihe It only be in the view we were lo go into debate upon ihe before h was He perceive m from If it Was referred to a is report Ihe lif b. there then be for been made for tlie of giving gentlemen an of properly weighing the and it a course aa He must ask for the postponement as a matter of favor to He had not heard the He came into the Hall after about of It had been gone If a reference at time was persisted he must ask that the be again reail for For he must confess astonishment at much apparent among gentlemen who strongly deprecate all He the subject as tao deep and for in the ordinary acceptation of the Under the he trusted the motion would WILDE after the suggestion from the from E. modify motion and make it what it was postpone till to Though the of the liave been anticipated by some of the members of the he hatl not been made with them and had no reason to expect it. The preparation lo which his colleague had had not been extended to He did not regaid this a. an unusual or disrespectful On the other he considered it most respectful to the Executive to consider what was the best course to be It might be most to refer the message to the Committee of the Whole on the state of the put on this point he had not formed an and wM not prepared to commit taken it would not be He could per no reason for the R. M. JOHNSON had listened with attention to the remarks that had been in favor of and had been that it would only lead to a premature and UMless upon the subject instead of a debate upon definite There was other important before the and he was unwilling to sae too much time He thought it the duty nf the to refer the to some Committee who would make a report vipon it. If it was to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union it would only rise to an interminable He should vote against the and in favor of the reference to a Committee who would report the to be WILDE if the gentleman from supposed the motion to postpone bad been made from any wish for an opportunity to go into a discussion of the st the he was entirely obiect to if all debate upon until tlie Houm upon tha great which ha had most at at thb he must the in relation to that very After some by Mr. Mr. J. S. BARBOUR called for the and which were Noes 104. So the motion to postpone was ether matters I his a of such a. ihr attention af Ihe t* which ii foe He was in favor ihs Message ta such a select as would confidence in in tite Home and was then put referring ihe 1 of ihe the af tlw which ants reference was then to the by a large majority of the CLAT moved the message and bs by ihst additional number of 20.000 copies he fot the MERCER moved to amend tha by king out 20 and inserting 26. ibe as a of his and 2ii.0U0 copies were motion of Mr. the then wiU be at OKee ui iil day of February for and to ite at iht Navy Yard in Hound Pine feel and to 16 at the aud Iti lo 13 at the ARCHER moved to refer the and to Committee on Straight White Oak 40 feel to 1 inches at and 10 to 18 the on the The object of the message was to bring to the attention of the for certain if Congress concurred in the views he would imt it to the House whether the Judiciary was not the most proper to examine and upon tha He had been at the to refer the message to the Committee of tlie Whole on the SUte of the Waa that Committee competent to digest and prepare the necessary By such a reference every object of reference would be The be turned loose upon the wide field of debate only for the of creating AH was Uic aa was certain and amendments to revenue For the purpose of these and the Committee was the most pro. It was very important the reference was to a Standing or Select would and speedily the object But he hoped the would not be made to the Committee the state of the unless desired Mr. WAYNE his only aa to the Ip message was an opinion in which he presumed he i with regard to what was thf j Mr. STEWART Ihe subject as one of of the under He consequence to even state in the * had come to him within its to a Select Round Oak Logs for 49 feel and 16 te Itf luches diameter at ihe aud 10 18 inches at 4)ie nm Lags fer 4S a id 1$ to in diameter at the Oak Logs for 80 fiet 12 to at ami 10 to 13 Hi the icet of Straight Oak 12 es m veins or on cubic foei of or rine 12 mehes ia of 30 of 11 above Ugs and 1.1 Ihe of March the neat nnd Die ihe rey iha of ihe day or two that a would be and he was rejoiced it had been it would put an effectual stop to the calumnies that had been industriously throughout the South that the President intended to resort to measures of against South Carolina without consulting DRAYTON would acknowledge that he felt an interest this and was anxious that it be properly disposed of. He was not able to perceive any efficient reason for the ment The and documents could be printed and laid on mir tables by The object of communication was to Congress to devise the proper means for calming the tempest which now lowered over a the The we proceeded ui the sooner tbe horizon he The best course tp him to be to refer to now gether the he Upon their report the would be able to forma competent opinion of the to be taken under ihe trj ing circumstances in which we were If the subject was now this plan would soon be laid before the House to-morrow another day would probably be spent in general and there was no for supposing that then be disposed of. The would then be cUmer Is. wis tSJ liad long the WliS ever duties the members of the House owed td their they were to at as at any as he dul that tiie system of was settled he felt bound motion for a im reason for which would not apply with much force to of from each SPEIGHT would vote for the reference the He did not hut only as to the in view It was simply tlie amendment ef the revenue Why such be referred to a Select Committee of 24 Ther would assembla day and the House would not get the report of such a Committee for a long The Judiciary on the other were familiar with such and would dly make a report Mr. IRVIN the were selected in to the duties they were on to He ask if was an It was one ff tlw very he sent to s Committee with ta of helnr pf the He should to the WILLIAMS moved that the be referred to the Committee of the Whole onthe state ofthe He nothing that had altered his as to Uie of this There were several subjects In Uie Message which might properly to different Standing which rendered it most to be Uie of the Whole on Uie of Uie in first 1 Uie same as the Annual It be Uien and if Uie was of Se Whole on of Uie be b was that a the present kws to the arnie Ont boat Steam Boat will Uie lower end of South past 6 fori continue to FRIDAY at the same until prevented by the Jan. 17^' -^i^t THK new Uniment isa for the vm w sma under the positive to the price to every who will use the contents without and return the empty 1. view of 1 A k No. 20, Fulton and 56, New sale m W. 18-~ei>6C for tula a of Malt he will warrant IS or to 1 and Ha will In smaU to suit or NICHOLAS f N. real Irish there is not ache in a two story at the corner p and ISth just put in complete Apply JOHN P. 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