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Wisconsin Democrat (Newspaper) - January 31, 1843, Madison, Wisconsin is TUB DEMOCRAT Tuesday the lop eat l and domestic and ie sent off fit annum in o tee itt Of ttf one of our remit fc Editors and rs MADISON W T TUES cCn will be tf payment t c from the dute of Five copies v 31 bo sent fcr whew il e accompanies he and the to P 10 attention un- post will 00 per f twelve or under fir the tint 1 cents fur i A liberal mt be made to those who by tho THE T The following have to act s cents for the and will ma E Esq W C BN Gen W U Sn J S EM Green Bay C B s C Li oi n Mineral Point Brv A C Prairie M post nro nut money for free of postage POETRY JOB PRIN TIN GL H AVING on complete assortment new ami fashionable we arc prepare A execute every bins in the of BOOKS AND EVERY DESCRIPTION Of Our type new 3 a i o- cr most of the in the point of execution nn 1 as not be sed JOHN Attorney and Counsellor at Law Jr T 3 KT Attorney at Solicitor in G T i HOME VALEN INE We to I now cf these beautiful effusions the palm But we have no he taste of the in sich den T jii 1st inch so in Still fond and true wed led long The bard eve retired Sat the annual son His home's dear Muse ina in Anil as he traced her virtues no v With all lovi s's vernal A grey from liia bended hr Lika faded leaf from autumn hi ugh Fell to the helow Ho paused and with a The sad momenta And long upon its silvery sheen In pensive silence gazed Anil if a him then It were not to say For fancy's favorites are but in n And who e'er felt the stoic WIK a First conscious of Just then 1 soft check grossed 1 is own With beauty's loudest And sweet words breathed vector tone Thup in his ear Ah not to muik thi trace Of Time's wand It wan not outward The charm of faultless form an I face That won my heart and han then flow together info ihc ocean through a gap in the mountain where the heals and colds of winter arc nover fel c TOO MUCH E 1 31 1813 16 I 30 per run in advance J rom ths UN HON LUCIUS I BARBER and where southern northern Cation of course pursued by T- J jT clearest mid milro A dawn of in ck they But Time to blighted check an May all his snows impart Yet thon foci in my cart ss No chill of winter ol the li ck s I at 1 aw Master in and Will La v in the and t of the Territory of Wisconsin One l n lie found in A iy to their cafe will be to Nov 812 at law in Chance 7 X S Klk Horn County of County os in cy tvill be promptly oil tc on erms in and Ihc oni i of 3 1 Dollars St s i bout the of i Tut for OH a of county Dank o i gl -ni fin of th of and i lov ill Hill he first of of no to any person ibr M 17 V Sale of Real Tin v a of B loi of the Bankrupt V t nl i be St lies will at s lie The replied As nearer and with He her to side the momentary tear To faded prime I should have felt thou Our hearts indeed have From all thu frosts of time t to fear t h II Waj IKS t Ohio on Saturday 18 1 o'clock 1 M P M following ro il to nl two town It ts Nos o an 1 10 lenj iu I lock in town of uil Jots i on said Tin 3 Territorial Medical Society of tl o il 3 so meeting 11 e nt iu y cHy iry tf the I y order of ht: btr THE TWO INTIMATE RI AND We wore boys And r can target The 1 In Nor green home to memc -y dear sorrows v Which called tho nt si or tear When you and I were boj s We ere youths And castles in air ho irt a r While mine was th core To you came n faith with in prime To me it brought Xc or nj e in the p time When jou and I were 3 old men Tlie of yt re With of autumn her Arc gone for uverrnovc to age qp given The hope time ne'er ijs Which led our thoughts arth When you and I were s THE T was a starry in June Antl the among A aud n tu le As over yet And there a in in soi 5 When sonic one fion O your Mist Lib Washington Sj THE OREGON We have already stated 1 we regard na most tho 01 lission in tlie late treaty to settle the Or gon question That treaty is justified on xl o ground not the most that it has teemed for us peace It saved us rom war with ia the ts of an ignoble advocate it has failed to adjust Rr VG PRICE informs the ho has LI town he on the Tailoring Business ail branH rs lint by to fd vs hop s in merit and a o IF 13 firn-13 i Hi lie To nil whom it may is given that whereas the IT f have r ghl ft i inking Una in the Ten-it I ft lent IV Mr e us ho they rnc nod that there are in the Torri terry continue to make void ind w aid plow Sow thcr for j unless such to n suits to ill bo iis SMC raj e an provided It HALE he i i now in at store ty R Wells ar lent of EOtS i mwt sooth to say tin oi which war is destined to be t ic sole arbiter To preserve peace as thong i that were tho exclusive object of negotia ion we Inve surrendered large portion jf not unquestioned Ar erican Iry we have stipulated lo indemnify the of mutilated Stale and its joint proprietor out of an exhausted treasury have ted to maintain an squadron on fatal coast of Africa and we assented to a mutual Jcr of which is liable to abuses all this we have done to re arid yet we have indefinitely very question most big with Great Brit iiii does not to her pretensions to the of the Columbia river upon sion The of ll e Oregon tcr arc loo great ever tol 2 surrendered unless by dire constraint ogive an ide of these advantages we qu te a School Ix stock STATIONERY Cn Mr H to of BLA VK BOOKS AND PAPER and bs cold M be Nor null ad for on the mow p ii u r passage from speech o Mr upon tlie treaty a speech cl bi ability and to which we shall frequent sion to refer as to a magazi le of facts auc an ample store house of mat I do not dilate upon ilw value and ex tent of this great country l word sullice to display Ju it is the Atlantic portion of tl e old United States in softer in for greater in superior position because fn washed by a tranquil sea n all these par western t f is far more than ths t In COE figuration il is fine and gran vast oblong square wit t natural daries and a single J tato the sea Me it to the cnst and iron bout d coast on tb west a frozen desert on tJw north mad san dy plains on the south Al iva rivers ri sing on the segment of a circumference i run to meet etch other ia Ue are equally unknown This is valley of the whose advantage is crowned by advantages of and by unity cf all its inaccessibility of iu boi ils single to sea Such a country is formed for union and strength It have capital and that will oc a Thebes but that will be a Tyre Such a country can but one people one interest one ment and that people should be America a interest that Accursed and infamous ba the man that divides or alienates it Is any one weak enough fo suppose Great Britain will ever peaceably surrender a country such as that so glowingly yet portrayed it this graphic and an mated Doubtless Lord ton had instructions to yield nothing on th s point even if the refusal should involve an abandonment of iho negotiation He must have been delighted by the con- sent of to exclude this sub- ject from the negotiation He thereby got lid of this greatest But for his very reason wo should hive assented to no arrangement which did not include this the greatest of the questions at between Iho two countries To our point here we yielded without it nothing partly by our lameness r by her encroaching activity has already hank of the ia r ver and is excluding or annoying f American emigration is flowing in that lion and nothing can much longer the inevitable collision of the erso adventurers Our colonists arc en ng i pon the Government to support the r and we understand that subject vas lot pressed upon the attention of Con- at last session only because il vas expected that the would e adjusted by the treaty No one dreamed liat when an extraordinary minister was cnt to Washington aimed with full rs is was alleged to adjust all points n dispute between iho two countries a realy would bo concluded excluding nos important of these subjects of co i- no man count upon peace until onr absolute right to Oregon Territory is The Pacific question was and e tho only one which really wrr The American right will doubtless be upon of iho present and if il fails to act and energy the next Congress is to contain a Democratic majority vill most certainly vindicate our claims with promptitude and energy as a-e our political sympathies and wo nevertheless believe that there are n the Whig ranks many honorable and men who in a question of vast and enduring import will of parly and stand up for tie of the country In the mean we trust that the ad- mir ble speech of Mr Benton will be eral y and attentively perused That ion of it from which we have quoted status with great clearness and establishes most American claim o cm Territory upon Pacific while it ts out tha dangers to which it is exposed and shows that it can only be the energy and patriotism of iho can This h not a narrow question of parly and should bo regarded undei a bro d and national aspect To show the solicitude with which England constancy looks in this direction wo republish iho following paragraph of a lotier tho tor of tho Globe from the U S shi p D i e belonging to the Pacific squadron Bay of Sept 23 1812 We sailed from 7th instant in with the frigate United States Commodore Jones Ibg ship and sloop war but we separated from then and bore up for ill's port on day out Just previous to onr British ships of war the razee Dublin aid of war sailed thence on Of course this movement of Admiral Thomas elicited a thousand conjectures as to his the most of which seemed to t-a he was bound for the north-west of Mexico where il is surmised a to be located in accordance w th a secret between the and English And it in tha squadron that thr frigates the and the to n as soon as practicable nt to an eye John Bull's me its in that quarter he establishment of a British post a tha t point would bo so hazardous to peace and security of our frontier and si ma to the interests o the whole Union that Commodore Jores doi biless conceives he would be ii the discharge gf the responsible vested in him by h Government were he not to use every means within the scope o his command to frustrate if possible a pro jec fraught with so much danger to ill- western oi our territories It i certain that we arc lo make a very brie and that we are to sail hence fo Monterey where we expect to meet the at the late session of the i ft r 1 the last number of the Enquirer are certain of opinions entertained and ex- pressed jy me in common with other bers of he last Legislative Assembly livo tn l cj appropriations by Congress expenses cf tha of Wise Wilh the opinions of the whoso nimo are mentioned in memoranda in connection with owi I have nothing to do I res to my constituents for my only I regard the public officer as a an agent duty it sloe out tlie wishes of those who Mn so ar as he can ascertain those ire and they whose agent he is hare th right at all times to call him to il ft r the which he bis rluM I Inv no ambition to my nams in fid should not attempt an tion of ny conduct except in obedience lo rex calls of many of my constituents Tresc I cannot refuse to obey gh not hope to satisfy all when it is as 1 roadly and confidently asset ted as it is in t ic piper above mentioned th it no t can or of the course pur sits J by or Doti Where it is believed that an ntst of opinion cannot I IH hopo of vindicating ai n wil therefore be to satisfy only those wiir wit i mo think that men m iy in Cf and still be honest J not only be- v2 ih s but I believe tint the al at different periods cally different opinions on a given and in both be equally and J To err is and w ien a individual th it he has tine J an erroneous opinion ilia not a m irk cowardice or to con- fess it or convinced of of op is it magnanimous to persist in aining o the It is true and be tint I was ii of the Legislature at the session of Ingratitude neTer so thoroughly the human breast as when it proceeds frm those in whose we hare baen of the language of Gov in his com- tu Cot one of branches of tho nil quent have been made an- in satm mid for which the terms and tie year were ma Jo That for your 1842 is in all respects the same as in years for a session but They are for a vear m tdf not No matter them ritp have fi r ttu has just the c hrus an for i il lias buen in thu law Th in the year lo for tint which I id not yet accrued an ip of was for or of 1831 also in 1818 In I and that then and there I was c f expressing an opinion in a ri il to which 1 as of ss appointed for that purpose lud e furi jnc or that the are not made until after the the session of said further in that adopted by the ask of th it the ion for defraying expenses of iie LP Assembly of the Territory onsin may be made on the estimate of the Secretary vf Treasury in ad- v This opinion I expressed be- it that time I supposed it to be a correct one The principal and duty was to ascertain whence the difficulty heretofore existing in proc uing for disbursement propria ions and to inquire into the ex- -y of memorializing Congress lo han act as may be necessary so as to all the appropriations made for the use of he Assembly in advance of tho sitting of said Assembly These c instructions of tiis House to that Several causes of difficulty a by the Committee in their and among res wis lint bow many may be held the is for the ear When then dor the Legislative year in our Territory conn Let us examine this By tho fourth section of ganic 1 it is provided that the House of Representatives shall consist of w jose term of service shall continue yea -s In August twenty-six in is of the House of wore and in October of that year commanded and held a fn November 133 these members with tlu Council and another which continued until tha 20th of 1833 Now if ihc opinion of tha be correct tint no other than th s calendar to be recognized by tho laws of this tory or of the ed in proscribing the term of service of then Iy all Ly that Legislature after the close of the calendar year 1837 arc null and void beer use the term of of all tho member of the House of expired it lima But look slill identical members of the He use of not content with hiving extended their sion of 1837 into the following year did in the month of June with the Council meet and hold a and did then and there to enact laws I nod the pie of iho luvo been enough to regard them as and can it be stupid enough to pay the look as Iho no othar thin th calendar your has by tho aws of this or of the United If the he correct then lioso members elected fur only two years bold their ted as 3 for the term of years nnd 33 But By nn act of Congress proved Juno 12 833 tho term of of very members was though according to Goty Doty it lud ready expired by i sown limitation tion 1C of icf as be it fur lite i from and after the day name J in titis act 3d July term of the members of iho cil and House of of tbu Territory of Wisconsin to for anew Did Congress suppose hit were elected in 1835 for two years that therefore their term of expired wilh the year dently not In pi of the provisions of this law in Ihc ill of 1838 an election was held and twenty-six members of the House and thirteen of the Con c members of tho for two years arid those of tho Council for four years Now let us enquire into proceedings In November 1833 men assembled aril hold a session which terminated ia D comber following In January mot again and held an- other wh ch in following Agdir thoy mat in and their session uary 13 1830 J lore again imitating tlie example of thoi v predecessors these t ia the of the of in rjr tho fact tint were no finds u hand lo meet expanses the tee jumped at the conclusion appropriation had not yel and tal ing it for granted that this tho not for a doubt as to expediency of memorial Con- on the subject Su Hie lawj w govern ua for teen days after th of office had But su riot stop hero these very men ain met in ib and again to pass and Congress in stupidity land what id equally s during the cal endar year tho wia t 01 a d a moro thorough of j session s arid still tho t IE liv 3 of Congress and of iho says no other th in tha calendar year op- harc 1 d ma to a different 1 to be the erred nd am sorry for il and whit 1 re- Territory or United States in pre- grtl m of all the drafting of scribing the term service of wa May an npptoprlnijon of as usual tud subsequently another act was passed p for the cf arrearages If Leg hive in ting a IK of days tlr n lowed by law if they e more has been for them and hive no fault of the Asse nor id it son why iho pc tit iho present liny Le d of the benefits It is tru tint the last Legislature did pledge the be hereafter op- for the redemption of tbo drafts or bills isst ed by of the Territory as by the nor By this ac of 1842 is no more sd those of 1543 and 44 all future a until scrip is redeemed BJ this h s 1 ocn thus can say that no mon ty his lits Tur this can we because the appreciation his bee pl beyond iho of ilia not by its own act as the Governor by the act of Co From the fore and I Jin cloar y c of the pi- and let it I did au the lato session that tho oi l defray ihc of ho liave boo i in ilo in of the sessions of the if and tint Uw ol ilio of May 1843 was mido to she expanse of session to tho first in on a former iion I expressed i differ cnt opinion If a of hen am I so but for I Inve no respect for iho man whr upon not sutler his opinions to bo and when tny s cannot un- der such tancos I to re- this spect myself But tho J hive done me sarn another to which I am also tin painful necessity ol gailty It roads as Th g on now and its 1 functions it fait If tho conclusions to which I be that of in made for ll a prosent and not for a past whose torm Vico expired ind ho opinion lint tin cou d now go osi and enact ij predicated upon I think tint but bw words will be ry to show the correctness of this opinion The law as originally vide lint the diall bo vested in a Jove ami sembly and that the Governor ahall prove ull by the Assembly befor auail lake This was in 1833 being at tint timo govar ted by a il waa that power ol Ex too th d ho i Ht to refine tj act f is Legislative un J ihus entirely with th of hit Accordingly in I ho year an n it amen of tho act win justed bj Congress tho Go was grea Iy dirn'ii'shud ami limited and tint of th i fci thia act that all br to fie tho not be rn turned by Governor three Sundays after it hive been presented lo him sun j be a lav in like manner a i tinned It t iho As b r a return in c it shiJi not Ijo a law Tlie only iu Iho lost it was clearly a fur ft was prajing Congress ug that we were already sessed of and which is guaranteed to us by r n Cc the organic law In the llh E action of act is the following clause and there also be ated f a sufficient sum to bo ex- by the Secretary of the Territory estimate to be made by entan of of the United ti of by tho S could bo pro von t- wo iLI bo by tin ti the up so it pi'i vent thu of a o him lite when ut- lored nt in En- I was ire tint Governor her by the hws of this Territory or l wist not in proscribing tho of i lie did n his f ice nl the Ca cord Will not the Governor tint he r and oil ci at lii ow at or of Territory re- not opinion oi Ilia worthy to be recorded among tin Eac I think I Inve MS shown th il th i has not boon recognised tho of iry J Bat to new of Iiw wf in tho liio years iy the expenses of tho 1833 1838 18 tO and each for printing of 1 iws rr inc dental Hero is a t between the General Government rn 1 th people of this Territory in which it on the pirt of tho U States th JTC shall annually be appropriated by a sum sufficient to defray the rbove named expenses and not only so lutit s expressly agreed tint these is shall be annually mads in of sessions Else what is the meaning r f the 3 an to be node the Secretary of the If mice for a session already they he mide not upon an estimate bui Gov rnor meet the tlie I ol the term of two y Gov Do y contend tint ib int yet so tin prior to have been r by virtue of his litre To si ff the L and of tho itt The distinct in tlie for six years There been seven mndo by In May made for a yet to be circled In to be u in to J to rn o ills and presented Why tl 8 trouble to estimate j is when the expenses have already j and the items become be an absurdity But let us ex- i mine further these acts of n govern us in this all In j pril law was pissed or an aj w s in precisely the it is tended that bern ex- wi lor the of the Legislature term of Ins reidy expired Jf be cannot bi avoided fiat there his been a period the ith July at limn my and il it iho nf all D gin jed and it it not the 3 tho to de upon tc to him bills and tiotis his and if his to ap liw I tint ess thu tit Governor lo the of ilia acts of the was Ind in v cw and the July 1312 one 1J la v was lit tic Assembly i e tea years h vo imd it f three or in other words the a for some one of these three ye trs tus been intended for and applied to tin payment of the ex i our Government in some other year in to fi the first appropriation was appropriation already then o defray the the Legis 1 these a to UMro the fora future and made fur expenses was before the vas the members the were of before the of was matie for a future and fur a T h ive boon but three Legislative for HT t its think I the y could Iho I i nd at any other tine in uid fu that If it U c for to tlw h is and cnu uf ft in b iff TCT
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