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Wisconsin Statesman (Newspaper) - January 21, 1851, Madison, Wisconsin Devoted to Foreign and News Agriculture und Amusement Tiro Dollars Per Annum VOLUME 1 MADISON WISCONSIN JANUARY 21 1851 HIE 1 1 SONS AT MADISON A W A.U.WYMAN a oo a to a ill p nl L NUMBER 25 of Webster MIS or -i in: o mi- HV i HI measure relinquished and made yet amidst all the disasters to the of the whole which she encountered she j man society may exist while her end and landed her every man is lelt to his own sentiments this m ty he six v in man is lelt to Ins own tins m ty be over us m regard to it- and responsible only to iod and as an of New England its indispensable necessity bus Mr and of tho rule e older of the State cannot New i a ship well i within the past year Anil tj Ve sons of exist where every individual In nell manned She may be ho doubts it i If we give up the form brethren of kindred Ie to none but his own feeling in the of government under which wo Jive tic I come here not New ancestors understood lhat but unon il she tome out what nra wn You nns a man Messrs ins Whilt Lowth and under the rule lay l have come here nut New England ancestors understood lhat but upon il she out i inconvenience that 1 might be- quite There right Put her head to the wind she as I now adopted the deck i Mayflower will obey her Applause which laces bear the lineaments m the region of Cape Cod month fur some have igl nd origin and whose i of November i- it j baldly begun gentlemen to the u New a copy of 1 is hands They on human and 1 old a of New hearts beat Ih 1 1 God united I believe in tho strength of the and more than nil that a spirit of attachment to the which is over us in regard to it- and over until introduced on day by Mr Jenkins directing the rian to distribute equally among all copies of Laws printed in the German and Norwegian languages Tibbits Co i AND STOVES IRON i Society of Madison Applause 1 make to honor obey all the of the world of thai he a young man with to live in his oi little vessel that brought lie in my veins not very but But they bay novi that for hue of civil and to us 1 thank God j et fully and establishment of a civil the and that brought v jrd of God to u.s I come here to meet i sec and of hardly I say to realize this nil sho it of our il lights and agree thai hu of it Heretofore the igh heio saall lie K laws and sew Vork j And hank God they had in it the word WM N SEYMOUR 1 M U 1 N 3 1 l I begin what I have to say tremendous mse is but little by g you invoking the name of the in thanks for the invitation their sav to you extended to me mv that enjoy all sorts of and prosperity icy nd by whom we shall CROCKERY St V H J D ROWLEY WARE this Las been a stormy a i old a boisterous and day The winds bine been skies have been severe and if we had no our we had no against the of the no were mm and worn il one half of us were md tired l and to descend to the Great of New ancestry and of the Fathers fa and near have been have crossed the land not only the but have the Mountains They ure on the shores of what are we You are a Maine man or a Boston man and others are Rhode Island men and Cm men il not a great deal better that clasping other's we should stand as we have done for tho hut seventy years of the same country members of the same government and Americans now and forever Applause And we shall he There have been there have been contentions iul anf angry tell von that in mv to enact for us we will all duly submit j ihn day arid before twelve and obey Applause Hero is il I hei uill In: Pilgrim It is not long but it in- in Applause sanction on its vones reli vance In the name of God Amen names are the a of our dread are there to-day Mr them CI real Here's lo the health and of the Society of of hy grace of iod Ami gentlemen it go but if France In and i- enough among if China wo shall one -o ie ics Now we n the bleak coast ol Plymouth Defender ire having homeless ind with but let me judgment ctl 1 nl our of mr i LM Dili in hin k il Mr then sat down amid most enthusiastic applause from all parts 01 tlie hall Wisconsin IN vi 1 I Prayer by Mr J and was taken up irid adopted Also the one by Mr Wing declaring as the opinion of Assembly ibal tho general atmospheric temperature of Assembly Kail ought not to exceed OJ degri was adopted The following resolution was then ken up Resolved by the Assembly the ate That the joint tions the lion Isaac P er pitted dm mg the second session of Stale bo and the are hereby rescinded Mr to be excused from veiling which was Mr H moved lo pone until Saturday He could not vote lie wished to vote on every subject but if a vote was ed should ask to be excused Mr called for the me f the of censure in der that members might vote SENATE Mr from tho citizens of THE SPEAKER 35 Noes IS Mr moved lo postpone till to-morrow Mr BENNETT moved to ly postpone 21 12 Mr moved to Mr SPOON till moved lo refer lo a select committee with instructions to report a Preamble embodying ihc sons fur tho resolution -2.0 Noes 38 Mr If moved to take a ill y o'clock Lust j Mr IL JOHNSON moved Jo amend by striking out all Resolved Losl Mr moved to take a recess 2 Lost Mr RAY moved to refer to Judiciary committee Lost Mr moved to adjourn Mr ESTA BROOK said ho for his part as well prepared to vole on an act to in- now as It would he corporate iho Fever river and Rock river collected thai resolutions were of- Railroad Co Read twice at a lime the public mind Mr EASTMAN introduced was greatly in this Stale sec 2 eh 1 OS Revised Statutes throughout the whole States and in lo tho partition of If cail twice AKo hill to abolish ing for power to raise a tax for the sup port of the Referred to a committee consisting of Messrs Sterling Palmer and G Siblings Mr WRIGHT presented a memorial to Congress askim an appropriation for a Light House at La on Lake Rend Iwire Mr RUED presented a Joint lution relative to the Hon I I Walker Read Mr CON KEY on leave introduced a to divide the Jointly of Brown und lo create county of Read twice Mr a to se apart and incorporate Also a making an appropriation of MOO to S W for services as ernor in ihc absence of the Both of which were read twice Mr from the committee on il was not that tne Legislature participated in this feeling They Capital punishment twice Tho Resolutions having been Walker and gave him ids Mr EASTMAN from a Select com- Mi remarked that on ions He supposed lhat the letli r reported authorize iho subject he had a He these was of no ac collection of delinquent taxes in could uot a silent vote on such a would be if ihn spirit Lao county Read twice and Court in Plymouth on tlie ol il body politic for on- onli and much It has been heard 1 1 in o on tlic uf Court ioat Mr fiom JAMES RICHARDSON Notary Public Thanks be to dod wl o from ing and and furtherance of ol ll is occasion bar been before tec reported a lo amend iho law C MM ih it condition has us atoresaid mid by virtue i height of and i oK to enact mid sin h our at and ordinances at could and lime to said hero liere Vour ro tlir action of ejectment I ll T I1 1 me lit vi hieh called mo up is of a and peaks of us under which in Turner in iho Chair took mi ihc to i A God mv friends would to shidi be thought me l meet God t when our j convenient for the general of md n back to tha period we i colony onto we a 1 due ure wi lU arm u lib tlie and obedience lu ill 1 in ilia In witness whereof we n nl Would to God der ibed our at Cape Cod we and I hope r e do pos-os- the 11 ih of Nov in the of the leign of loul Ihan bars of or iron 1 of aid ll e all lhat that m initial faith land the and of Si the m ide lisa nation ud made us follow of who settled at Yorktown and those who on the and of those from all of the have j j V is HOUSE By STABLE on bene ii ll o of icli our saw and foil wo il no- The duties ofi fi in 1 Lie call foi the their Anno Domini Id 20 John ver Ld Join 35 other for themselves a ie thei d I this topic ho enlai They weie i j lor ce and abstinence i ed hut L pa is over 1 n e re I bin Tin v were 1 iqi in lo two years thai is hero lo a ation of it ii -e re virt ihi before they came I ave mido tl em a it were e him is u men changed In Sons X of the of w s in ient u's of la ship that t Jason to of the golden there is i lere In st r ii t in to laud of Fox Ol To it as and would be to censure wen excusable on the former for gro md of ihc high excitement He lions which were responded to with a had anticipated before be lull home hearty Amen hy the people of tH's subject would come up and had sin He explanation that his sought an willi some of vote not be attributed to the wrong were members of the Legislature buck without reported Mi ordered to be 01 a third j In committee on the Resolution respecting the of and among evera states Mr Mooie m thi hair Xo the sume back 10 the on motion of IMr as tho fui a neck fiom Mr rend the of j ami said it was known scd for were duri is the the In on the to amend as it of lave all ihc condi ili i tl y I hV 1 til C B M D IONS nv B Agent O i v WILLIAM WELCH es we are not called upon every to emulate or to com- mend oi rail cr 1 should to for we shouir them 1 s itc of society in which they weie They had ih it that in to do and to seek through every of toil and the honor of ar d of human which we may It tho of it may be arid probably is that the c belong mote properly to Us They were great from ance It was riot unnatural that th ir which in the b Augustus In there and their people or of and practice in con thai stare of should be somewhat 11 gid should be somewhat may bo hoped lint in a and in midei which a Howe a Nelson fought on the other and been and a and a to t on ai e they ali in ami ng men to that little bark the which Great applause Yes my the is i of pel bloom its in California Gcntlem.'n 1 I had r il under we live i so extended without Her of up mil ol L am milling lo admit my 1 ions tint The distance vast tlie s vast but v4 the 1 o be iml -ive Ami it some il draws after an It the I v Inch we 1 ve and flourish I believe lhal and New have n life and ere a row being a new a were entitled pay They are nol the to mailer a law ire thes now lhat vvus of were of united lo the same The hi I repot led back without rind ordered to be engrossed for a Mr N T It K K culled up his notice to amend the Rules Senate fter some laut debate pul and the motion vetting for the which are pn balily fresh in the minds of every member in this House and afier all attempts on the part of Congress to secure Territorial Governments for Territories of California Xew ico had failed Mr introduced his amendment lo the ivii and itur malic as tho Treaty t Thc to amend sec 0 ch of ii lo ihc fers Icing called tip was on motion ol Mr lo com- on Judiciary Several were then in committee of at lime and amongst with the the whole and 1 eing back man who the ball in were ordered to be engrossed for lie alluded lu en lioyd he had no that the bun of con- Mr H tho of Hyer lor Medical attendance on State to should Le removed from Mr yVnd thi the general Sec 9 chap 131 Revised Statutes Mi E istman in chair Mr tl o clause he wished to have repu led thai he thought the irtj.ist U w as know was delay in col- up and He reminded Inc urn an and did not contain a ion the and the v xc S hiding Slavery it relied punish law which under ion Mr W conn ents a ks lo he lield to a sirie Ue contends that lie hi wei e not ai our turc of amendment liy all s at Sterling presented certain which were also referred as main in force mini i hanged 1 y act The iron of Mi r was to extend the Constitution these it the habeas nf in who ni vl ich declared to j there in si ive y have a dy I- for to know that Mr W believed h Mr tho count of R L for constructing the moved its reference lo a select I HMD ami Mr on leave a lo repeal part of 7 as cor- incorporating it'll I 1 inasmuch adjourned out the of l was tor time the of line i 1C ol his consli for and t to be hv this so long as he HO 1 he I and it i on this ground a- that he it be condemned The Commended ijen it or gi eal lie of hope under mid I this in of Elates und i ts is t will be 1 In some there nu a to the question w il Local disturb il not also t Gentlemen if there has been any Mi GALE from Judiciary on the Atlantic of Lie tec to whom he petition oi ries will mer rind the chill d- of It uill defy it iii all ilh the mates and all and it ill con C.d.foi n lils petals lo tin Id and side ol ih more particularly I will nol L any p the o Kenosha County on leave to sproad Us p odor and e lo of time En- it 1 us not icon isl il has not been fell o Rocky a to the time for holding this Courts in IN ASSEMBLY icy lull Jan 0 not yer by Mr Lord Saturday's read and corrected Dodge Mr E pi the Mr II asked to he wa- loo known of who from He was have any one he vole to took o illi of lied in his own mind and did net flu thought to liy voting in the lo cast would be sure on 1 is upon him fine could not agree voles of the Seniors were but i w lib the last up thru by iie that lo the same in ency to those who same Mr the bly weie now c lied upon to say in so body o rescind it would len voted for it the time Mr w is elected tho was the main had gamed an li carried thi length md breadth of the Democrats all i id was not lie Jlr Walker or the and nol lo decide ays Tho gentleman up the ire ailed hastily on a Mr he lhal By Mr H JOHNSON Ol Kenosha Agricultural Society for I lax on Dons liy Mr a law declaring Little River a town Hy Mr a law suppressing sale of L Pi Paris Grant county divide school Bv Mr applause which lasted for some cal and 1 im not one of j who our system can he dis- Imbed by loi applause tin that twice It is 1 Adjourned till 10 morrow H F LI-H'K M Mil 1 15 Middle ton all who and obedience to the scriptures is bly would be his IN ASSEMBLY t hy Mr reatl und led Mr Oi Wm Welch and 110 tive to of money By Mr Change of charier lor By For legalization of acts District No L Dod was to vole lor no ho has done --ich -in was no did nol prohibit Slavery Towards a state load fio ih to Mr For Alteration of laws concerning last every had failed and the of whi i he guilty Tin j friends of r i being aule to look gnu their suit os had tut ike ncM best ion of act and il Mr s Look at the and Mr W amendment nut spirit his instructions although his been good course would rot bo found so as people weie to It was well known lhal the laws of that Mr Ae count of K were in so doing If il was a prohibited was fact that by tho law of it lo gai i a foothold there liy why did not the stipulation of u these laws were rise against of extended over U by Tinted The wore ex- 11 was case and it was a matter of pinion of forry at Fort of that Slavery could not be a binding ad Could we a- I led over lint wua Isaac that lhat was opinion Walker for of the or hav since 1J 1 ii Landing Brown county lhat he it bo our duly n npt end it m or GENERAL Insurance Agency Mil is nt l following iim rive and nf il Lexington Fire Life atul Marine Company if Company of find Kentucky Mutual Insurance Company of In nil of ii to low us of nuy T M Inly COth 1810 tio man if the I throughout the whole United States supposes that the judicature of tho country or lhat the administration of justice is less or loss secure because tho Chief Justice of States has been and a professed und ardent hercut lo the Catholic religion Cheers and Applause And so in every of with both houses of Congress in all the ments of go on the idea that a man's i- above human it is a quest H i to bo settled between him and bis Maker to whom alone he is responsible ib the communication between man und but ma into social relations arc bo forms si for the protection of be- comes indispensable that tins right oi private judgment be m some of prosperity and the tun ings showered on it wo envy you not the possession of these greater goods this greater prosperity Berich be bo enlightened spread selves over the continent accommodate yourselves to iho measure of tho tinio ami if he that you should carry Puritanical heart with you still cherish an undying love of civil and liberty and mean to enjoy Mexico and the Spaniard will thank God that he knows something of civil berty and the trial by jury and private rights As to tho rest lei us rejoice from on high has visited us Board of fc county Also a against such Mr a state road from Fountain rie to Beaver JJam By Mr submission of Banks or No Barks By Mr LESS for a state from to Brown comity Also claim of Sheriff of Brown ty in ca-o of State vs Alex Mr liy Mr Account of Sheriff the Slate On motion of was to Mr ton the Mohawk for the of a Temperance ture evening A introduced hy Mr Moorman the on Privileges and to send for and in to the case of D E Wood vs W H Dick the sitting was IL JOHNSON introduced tion Public Printer to print and stitch Documents companying the Governors Message on any former Legi lature Kor what it was make laws laws Adopted were they t Mi Walker did not we'll ice As fir as Mr a to at 1 suppose he u ted hu would ask if were not more than with the error ted lie is now considered a glory and honor to the he represents He dia not thai by rescinding those any censure would be cast on any former Legi For what changed tin ir opinion He thought not Mr said iha if of censure were nol in and meie opinions il no for this body to express a con- trary opinion on the same ft Mr what wore lie had The there is no longer imminent of tlic disunion of these United States Heie tho company simultaneously fiom flier seats applauded cheered and waved their handkerchiefs We shall live and not shall live as united Americans and those who uld nd the ties of one heart scd they could sever they co from and lhat speculations ami riot inflame it do justice to all Cheers That little vessel said Mr pointing again to the model of made her sale landing on the shores of Plymouth She had been ed on a tempestuous ocean She the New England coast under circumstances of great distress and tri- For legalization of act of Dist No 4 Plymouth and Dist town of iii fc Kock counly By Mr MOO II K a stale road ft om Port Washington to Fond elu Lac By Mr For of Hanks or No For charter for Academy at Emerald will not him of his had called duty down It was to Ilis conduct si Have not tho had tin 1 been he was concerned he was as web pre- as ever His rovo Bv Mi- ll JOHNSON truest and tho surest course and course ta satisfy those who meditate dis- union is just to leave it to themselves and sco what they can make of it Laughter and cheers No gentlemen the time is North and South will hereafter bo more anci more M For re-enaction of au act for the of school monies for ISM By Mr For submission of Banks or No Banks By Mr Claim of T P Catlin for plats Also claim of Joseph Bowron for ex- penses in transporting election returns from St to Madison KILLS By Mr A to incorporate the Board of Trustees of Brockway College By Mr A to establish Emerald Grove A- They since have mot ed by Mr Walker it is not due him to expunge them? Ho did not consider lhat they were as as the gentleman from worth had supposed There were entertained the same opinion as Mr Walker had con- them unmerited at the time of their adoption Mr BOVCE did not consider that the people of the State properly under- stood the p of Mr Walker or ihc laws of California at the time of the nas He Senator to expunge them Mr thought the resolution could he amended so as purposes and still m mer Legislature Mr called for order of the day it the hour Mr moved to extend the for the purpose of further considering tho resolution Carried a voting in the liad told him lhal they were willing e rescinded Ie believed lhal Mr Walker had acted in good faith Mr read an extract from Journal of iho Senate and showed lint were made to allow the Honorable Senator to his de- fence which were not Allowed him Ho thought if Iho were known the themselves were liable lo some small of censure He then read Ihc amendment The ihen be- ing on the adoption of iho ihc vole stood as follows Bannister Bird Boyce Bradley Cole Cone Fuller Jenkins 11 1 B o as to answer H limes Julius Kinuey LaDuc il censure any Lowth Mooie man Olmsted Perkins Price Snover Slock Tompkins Wilson and Horn rnett Chase it duo to the Honorable mative Mr SPOONER the ground that a vote was sary thier Eastman Easlon Hale Ray Smith Spooner Tinker Toll Vlict Vincent Waldo and Adjourned till 10 o'clock to-morrow morning the seat ol Connly to and liny The resolutions wore ed That tin Clork 10 procure if State in the man language for the use of sembly That ibu furnishing lo embly be and are hereby requested to deliver the same in separate envelopes The following Resolution introduced yesterday by Mr LaDue was taken up That no one tho of a silling member of ihc bly shall be allowed any pay or sation for his lime Havel or expense in contenting Mich scat unless such ant shall make good his right to the beat claimed by him Mr hoped tho tion would not pass fur tho reason that the Assembly could judge as well the mailer came up as to public opinion in the matter Mr by or shall make it appear it good lor contesting Mr D was opposed to tho It was loo a to up u show of out of Iho
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