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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - January 22, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana F2 00 per annul in ail Vanee. A Intel sent pee it Lbw it 110 it Istat 8. $3 �0at till a fit a a of Ift ref m. L. Senate. The slav Durf in hip 22. 1335. senators. On motion of Ivor. Be Tom the san a the proceeded to consider hit Moli Oit Laid on the table a ome Daya a Isicc to extend tie court pay of the Senate in fhe senators from Mic High by As a ignite them Chhy is in the Senate. stated that he now Quot pro used to modify his notion by a a Uhi Iti Tuting what he would i govt a end to it it his Thair which a a a a copied verb tinn from the Resolution adopted by to the a Rohte when my set. B orint end Ocke Cnoc her s. Ii tors from he Northwest Ivan Orv. The r ution be foil us a vol Imi 2 it it a the to Privit it f the pm a u n ill 1c9. Thai Only re Pic a i los a Iii a the Vav the Quot ii the Flor which be had Iii, Modill ii too Tsien Ruud he Tiit or. Lyon and or. Norvell who. Re him to be senators of tie i i led stat Fri a p Cei Ved us , mid that Chaira be provided fur Liat Parps be Ai Itil Tow Linal Dot i i i of the Senate shall be Given on the applied Tion to admit Micili Gaii into the Union. Or. Wiko moved to strike out the works Quot on Titi floor Quot which was carried in he affirmative. Or. Tif Toti i most claim the in Doliente of the satiate n few minutes to to lain tiie n sons that influence the cowrie i it Al it to be my duly to Pur be on tile question now before a. Comert As i do from a new state that hut a few year ii in was knocking at the Ltd it it a Rock i or it so for admission into it he Union As my a Igan now is i cannot consent to give a a Ilent vote that would tie tit Onnet unkind to the people of twit Tern tory amongst whom it is my a a of Fortune to live some Vatu Ible Frie rids or Union Oteous to the gentlemen a ent to represent her in Chw see ale. Sir or to a Quot kno Wied a the right of the a p Ople of Llie Tern tory a Hen they have 60 000 free Anli to form a Lon Smutin and to and Miil ii too Mio the u Moo on an equal footing Wilh the Origi a Al states pro tided the Constitution formed b Triem is rep Bornn in i not in o no Alibi with the of the United state. It will be recon acted Lay sen tors that to to Jenrz ago i had the Hong a to urge on the Connie Eralio of the Senate a Bill providing for taking a census of the it ple of both Arkan in timid Michigan Tori tories a Lud if Thev were aside trained to Toutain 47, 700 inh Iii tvs. Federal number the Prcz etl ratio of represent Avion m the other Brilt Nch of Congress to authorize hem to form n Constitution and stale Ifor emment. It was not tie pleasure of the Senate to adopt the measure i then proposed Ishii i sincerely regretted Gnu a tilt regret it. I Feci con6 Dent that the p to Sage of Thi Law at that time would have prevented most of the dlr a ult that has happened in a certain Quarter i4 would have pro United Harmony a ii Good feeling and taught. Obedieh a to the Laws and Tore to be a territories would havoc been and fitted into the Union Stinde. Pending states at Moch Orlier Day Hhan they now can under the exist Itig state of things. The people of Michigan now inform int they have ascertained to their own that they have a if to client number of Inha Bilaitis to enable it hem to form a Coniti Tuioti and stale government and for their admission i Lethe uni ii is an Independent state and her present a Constitution form Ltd coi Ven Iuit of that Terr item and d�nino4 Nam Istance the Sena Quot for for loved the in a the Iff mud. I ail go flt a Nen a but to re Treudt tto so nth of in the Stop tto t9 take mat in Iii chamber. Bloomington. \ a january 22,183� we in Ivy had flt Mitis a oeral Ort i a. Vol. 1. He Tell ii iut we i. 11 1. U. Is Well to the pet ple of the territory As to the two it knt Lemen sent to repro. Ent her Titis in very civil and Well on paper but sir Courtesy is also due to the Pectic of another Sec Tion of the country and in a Consi Itu Enis come in for a share and before i can vote seats in whig chamber to the s Nator from must take the Liberty of examining her const Tulinn to a certain whether it is in conform my to the const italian and Laws of the United states and what territory it Emli Rares wit Iii the Bounds of the promo if new state. I of tied on examining the first article of her it ii it it lit Ilion that Michigan at Kempis to include within or limits All Iii intr Ivory embraced in the Michi in territory by an act of Congress of Iii february 1s05, organizing Iii Mihigan territory. That act a table hcs the South Boundary of that in Story on a Tine to be drawn due Easi from the Southern Bend or Exir me of i Ake Michigan and the i Clingan convention has overlooked a to Ilis regarded an Art of con rets of 19th , 1816, authorizing the peo pie of Indiana territory to form a Constitution and state government tins Ai t proposes to establish the North Boundary of Indiana on a line drawn East through a Point ten Miles Norlyk of the Southern extreme of Lake Michigan i divided the Conven Liott of the people of Indiana a Ould accept and ratify that Boundary. The Indiana convention did accept and ratify the Boundary thus proposed and the country Between these lines became part Ami parcel of the state of India Lia. I find sir said or. T., that the 3d it it action of tie 4ih article of the Constitution of the United slates reads thu new states May be admitted by the Congress into tie Union b it i new state shall be formed or erected wit Iii the jurisdiction i of any other state any a a Tate be formed by the a Iii Tion of i to or More states or parts of slates in Hunt tie consent of the l git lature of the slates concerned As Well As of co Gri i it unto Lunate for Michigan that lir convention has entirely did Tei added tins prevision of the uni de slates Constitution. She h-i8 set up a claim to a it Sci of ten Miles wide Mortti and South and extending from Lake Michigan to he East Boundary of Indiana Over 100 Miles. Indiana has been in Possession of this Purl of her territory near Twenty years Lias Laid off counties built owns opened roads and made her local arrant events und she cannot tamely surrender it up to any Power Oil Martli. This claim of Michigan was As Unne Les Ary to her As it was unix. Petted to ult she is larger wit you it it Ihan Indiana is with to. The people there have no Wisla to be included in Michie Hiis Indiana will never surren. Der them to her. It is their before sir impossible under this View of the Case Lor her to be admitted under the pros ent form of her Constitution. I can no More vote seats in this chamber to the gentlemen sent Here As her senators than to any other gentlemen that May be in attendance Here from the territory. One of her senators has a right to he privileged seats in con sequence of having Beeh a Delegate m the other House. I would be willing to vote like privileges to the to her. Let to them comte la us spectators net is senators. Lit Michigan retrace Hev Steps and strike from her Constitution All hat part that claims a portion of the neighbouring states and present herself Here and 1 will be aum might the first to take her by the hand and Ivein oms. Her into our get at family the con fed a racy. Let her comb in As a peat ate nud Good Humoured sister i want no More Schifrin our pc Miler. What Bavy ire latel7 heard of our Borders fire. It a ilm a Foniri lir a if if Imd 1 a or it thit Michl gah Famble a to la i state and that to Lff Quot state of a hold he Par intoned to a do a in a led for her cd Fohy a re ill la s. I a t hat she Iho Istir Rit Irma pm a it kid the coi Kent of the is a a of Luat Stutz Anidi to a cont la i in of the United St it ites a wifi and would also have Rte Alrid the of fit a thing. Conkity to would Imit am feared something to the fact to Ftp the Stafe of India Ria Hwi by Ira a my i in the Virlon tier Alfort two Niy Frei and that too with boundaries pc scrub de and age enter to by Congress. Sir six Iii or. 1., i under me it to Ilij to limit Michigan is not a so at it the of de Fackt nor Delurey and ii Lihz a a a ver can be a St a the with her am mild boundaries. The president of it to ugh a states is Bonind to Bee that the Laws of tire Union Are faithful a my. To mastered in and Over he tilt i of it Clingan. Until the it Eph of that territory shall have to up half in of Congress to p ass from a Terr Ltd to a state a Velim Tnie and 00 on Dun Calli Figon lire audit if to stand by it Iii army to maintain he integrity of cer Tain Boundary that Gong m has Lix de and that Congress alone has Powei in alter. It is Trae sir that no Boix was shed in this tumult but it is equally True that tilings there assumed a due time a most alarming aspect. I am confident said or. To that if Michigan is d with her constr tuntion in its present form there will be an Appeal to the courts of Theca in try or what is fir worse a arms. This will produce h state things that i am sure Evory r Uriot will avoid. Or. Said he had Moi h More to say of a a he it Bat would suspend further Remuck to some other Opportunity. Or. Ewing a nid he would propose to he senator from Missouri a modification of his motion la Iuit Lyon of the ground of i having been a Delegate in the other Bouse had a right to come on the floor o. The sen. Ate no Resolution therefore is Neces sary for him. He it already a privileged Spectator. As far As that goes a Anutt Itiat he will la it ref Allty f of Wra a simple solution to admit John Norvell As a Spectator will be Tuff. Cieni. He was not willing to do any thing which could be considered As directly or indirectly recon Zig it claims of Michigan if the Modla a Tion were adopted the whole of the words after the word resolved would be stricken out and the following words inserted. Quot that John Morville be admitted a in this form be would Rote fur the motion. Or. Be Tom suggested that Hig to. Tion was copied Frum the res Lolion on the journals. He thought we a amp belter provide chairs. Or he Uricks said that he Al a e regretted flu n an Appeal was made o his liberality or Courtes for that which he could hot Grant and that this was his present Situ Quot Tion. What is the Case said. Or. H.? a Man that ditty. It Mihp&Lt&Ltt-h�vp9, in most of place Here to say Mach Ash tit the Vig lits or pret elided Righi Uli my Gan for adm Ismon frito. The i Dot he would How. Vir May that Che it Noi old an renal Torii do with of Llie three a Tate a already formed but of the Noru Western territory. Their bound arks wer de curbed by the ordinance of 17s7, a try it i her were made Ani to Fol Sirtom. In it too they a in i Tarity to fat the slum old he admitted into the witha Peru Laius. Earh of 60.000 free ii,liahii/�m8. None of ties if pre re a Iii Sites Ltd let in Rel Mitori Lom it Cir Gabr Congro a. Has never it deter mine the form any state North of he Lalk Udelf the so utterly Tesij a Iii of la4e-Aiem� Gan. A a the people of Mac Hogan petitioned Congress two years ago to Dat tit Bui in has never been done. The is no care in to which the comes House he tells me that or sent condition and attitude of he has come for tie purpose of approx i Laiing to himself a uart of my Houe prof despoiling me of a portion of my Lwoods and that he has Means in Irain Liy which in his opinion he will a pee. Dily accomplish these Oij Quot cts put item Baruch As it will be m t i convenient to him to attend to this work of spoliation within the House than out of doors he asks hat through Courte to i would assign him a seat and per Mit him to remain ill he can finish his work. Now said or. This St the ment Wel enough describe the rela lib ii As far As his proposal Tor is con the two Ritis is of Michigan and the two senator to and Miia on this Flik it a. They say that they Are senators from the state of Michigan that the sovereignty and Independence of that state is extended Over a Large territory of he state of that it is their Isle lion o a a jct the jurisdiction of to state of Indiana from this territory and that to enable them More conveniently and More speedily to do this they ask to be admitted upon the floor of the Senate. Comil Touhl never ask what comity can never Grant and this it to int to be a Case of hat Eind. It hat been Slif an this Flouti con. Tinted or. That Michigan it a state def act. But this with great deference to the Pinion on account of the source whence it comes he must be permitted to Controvert and to say that be Kneir of no such Cate. He inferred indeed hat lost cd me could exist because i says hat a no new state Hau be Ordi de or erected within the Juris Ltd win of any other state Hor any state be formed by the Junction of two or More sowl or Patts of Staldt ii out the lenient of it of the St to ceoc�nw4� a a Well a a of Michigan Cati be Hal hated. That was a Smirh strop get Case it tie Lis will Ting to Accord to the citizens in ques Ifon All that Wae granted to the senators from a rennet see. And what was that he took it from he pamphlet Iury it Lilied is he supposed by a Cit com of Alibi gain for he had searched no it Wae hat they Thild a be a a mixed m spectators Quot Tbs decision of the semite of the fending Bill it would not i Farge the present Privily. Egea of one of the Perto Iii Lui Imig to he received at a senator from jul icel. Gay. To it at privilege he had already under our rules ,.virtue of having been adeegi4e to other Fisne hut it would Confer bit a to Ili a a Lee other a ibo bad in mgt to. Hlf much he was Wiki if Tod pm to More and to get hit of. In to the promo Titiro of senator from by mfg to a he Hever a a a five for he had not the prop9titi< is Ibry Iii pro Piying to esten4 the t pm privileges of tiie semite or Abb John Norvelis we Kef by Ltd a Rule stare extend a t \ of the House of my the delegates from the Terri ssh Waedt that Uit tame Cei Rte by be extended to to e Bubori Bla no rvs to. At a to pm stator in chamber we Cir b the rules of the sir note is �0� sex land , Gities of Terri Tarien no a ibo of Houte Oihi Presentati Veff or. Bpm Toni my w ibo him lib Aref Tik Leet Libat a Gygi for a to a Sruti a to Eipp Tbs a a fun Alan a a la a Fethi r. He did not Lii told to charge any a cd Deil a a Adf Irot pm try met a sch i Midi by fat a a min a Tubich two i a Milia mate Omilli i a it of who a hts f4 i of m

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