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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - March 18, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana A vol. it Polis saturday March 18, 1837. No. 771. If i met. M by Douglass amp 50 por Jinn uni in Advance for 52 numbers�?$3 of at 6 months�?-$3 60 at the end of Tbs volume. No Papor wiil to discontinued unless at the option o i the publishers until arrearage Are paid. Pit ice foe a twelve lines or Lee iroc insertions Al 00 for each additional insertion,25 cents. Longer advertise rents charged in proportion. A made to those who Adver is by i hts year. Chancery a notices and petitions fur divorce will be inserted the requisite turn bar of 00 and to insure their publication the Ironey us Onipa by the notices. Complaints of insolvency 00. All orders for advertising Iron a distance Mijat is by Tho Money or they will not receive a Rienti qty. Nit st be paid on All letters to the pub the Farag or they win of the poet office. Inonu has a York Mirror. Life est leaving . _. A Al Quot filing your Field of azure Blue let Star and a Stripe be Westward cast and Point As Freedom s Eagle flew Strain Home of Lithe and quivering spars Point Home my country s Ilag of stars the wind blows fair the vessel feels the pressure of the rising Breeze and swiftest of a to thousand Keels she leaps to the careering seas of fair fair Clond of i envy sail in whose White Brt Psi seem to lie How Oft when blew Liis Eastern Gle i be seen your Sorn Clarice in the sky and longed wit i Broil Init heart to Flea on Buchli while pinions u or the sea Adieu of lands of Fame and eld i turn to watch our foam iric i and in noughts with i Firrito i Fiield Yon clouded line coins hurrying Back. My lips Are dry wit i vague it de new my Cheek once Ninor is hot with Joy my pulse my Avaiu inv a on. On find of what has cd Ianul a Lial Iraj Ier boy a As leaves Tolje ship i in 5 in i foam Hia Visio tii fade Behi Ujj his Wenry Pieart speeds Home Adieu Oil i Oft soul in can a ii oits where dwelt the of tar Wiiri d in ii Cave those forms of ii Uriv a ii Ore yet once to Art s nit i in Quot Jyh still in Cna Morr i , and pries Bro Riih fount rms crumbling Fane to win his adore ii Joe those Chicheu of try of Ain irradiate Beauty Sacii As never Liat Wiguton other Earth hath shone has made this Hud her Home forever and could i live for this alone were not Ray birth Righi brighter far than such voluptuous slaves can be held not the West one glorious Star new born and blazing for the free a soared Netto heaven our Eagle yet a a a me with her Helot sons should teach me to re amp Orget Fri in of fatherland i see your White Cliris on the horizon s rim and to in mph to Freer skies i flee a a my heart swells and my eyes Are dim As knows the Dove the task you give her when loosed upon a foreign Shore a a spreads the rain drop in the River in which it May have flowed before to England Over Vale and Mountain. My fancy flew from climes More fair my Wood that knew Parent Fountain ran warm and fast in England s air. Liis Days Are numbered Here below he soon must go w he nce none return and then his dog and cat will mourn. Extract from Wrex Jill s historical Menao recently issued from the press of Carey Lee amp Blanchard Philadelphia. A tragedy in real life. The Vicinity of the Northern provinces of the kingdom of Naples to the papal territories and the ease with which malefactors of both countries respectively gain an asylums by passing the frontiers opened a door to the commission of the most Flag Titus acts. Conversing one Day at portico on his subject with lady Hamilton she related to me the following Story which i shall Endeavor to give in her own words a Quot about the year 1743, a person of the name of Ogilvy if an irishman by who Practised is Argery with committed the murder on the person of their own sister they no sooner found that it was Digiov ered than they fled to the City of London where they easily eluded the Pursuit of Justice. After remaining there for some time they obtained a Pardon by the exertions of their powerful friends on payment of a considerable Fine to the apostolic chamber and Quot under the further condition of affixing Over the Chimney piece of the room where the crime had been perpetrated a plate of Copper commemorating the transaction and their penitence. This plate together with the inscription still continued to exist Quot there till within a few on More extract and we Lay the Book aside. Unparalleled magnanimity. During the Flat Winter that i passed in Vienna mini with her. But i found it rather difficult to silence my officious Friend a lanes e syp irom Washin Silton. Corres Pudence of the Baltimore Patriot. Vav Ashington feb. 16, 1837. The a of Reuben in. Whitney continues to occupy Thea Tention of the House or rather i ought to a the trial of messes Wise and Peyton to for the he estimation so far has been exclusively confined o the sayings and doings Quot of these two gentlemen. Tiie conduct of certain members of Quot the party Quot in this business ought to cover them with lasting Giace. La obedience to the despicable in a a Quot they do not the country will believe that there have been disgraceful conspiracy and combination with Whitney to put Down messes. Wise and pet old. A the debate in the Senate on the Bill for the increase Quot of the army was exceedingly animated. Or. Calhoun and or. both shown. Lie count Ana of the i Joist i j Quot Quot a Imph a she was o tie a Dispagna in that City a cig in bed was Ca led up o attend some , a continent Lier bus who Den landed his profession dial assistance. I , hereditary cup a ring a jul Ano Eros and det stub have been me Piber of the House Dockre that been so Rapiti of late that the Puidick full Ftikas Liardi had time to recover Vivoni the sock of one exercise of despotic a Ilion it score another. And Anin Lier still Moie a Washington feb. 17, 1837-the question pending when the House adjourned last evening was on allowing or. Peyton to propound an inquiry to the witness or. Hamer of of to relative to the combination and conspiracy which or. P. Said he had Good a Ron to believe did exist Between r. M. Quot a Jitney Ertain members of the Traisi red full Ami Stro morning to f Oei Rij Pat a it wi3.toa. A or. A Eyton with a View of Alt ording no room for Cavil or objection altered in some Meas Irre the form of the interrogatory and re Quested the witness simply to state a Heifer he Stoppe before his House in a coach jul on his Chanson Quot of the Crown had exhibited. I Emily believe that if an Stew Jack proceeding should be adopted in order to1-1 become in some Neasure an austrian subject in son were .1 Power six non tells and con the committee room we pm he was desired to accompany Tiki .jmgpqjjpi.r. A a a. i. I. , As Ali ease a Vicli brought them admitted a a of no delay and not to omit taking with him his i in Cio div i lancets. He complied and got ii Ito the 3norhad they quilted the Street lie resided Tolian they informed he must sub imme consequence of tie first partition of Poland which Gress Shoul Conli Suje in session in 1772. His Patrini Onikul Estari iving jus order Vitilia Giul door he found two men he u of d Issue have been so often referred to under the that time to have some of the if Yea then to state Annc Paliv in Liat Southern portion of the King leading in a ii Ilou a me. , and i of i or such an opinion was expressed by Many ,. A Dom which fell to the share of Maria j Loresa or r by in. , or. Vav Isa a Peyton of tie and whether any Mem out no sooner had Thev quilted the Street in Inch i. R a 1 i tor 1 11for bar incl Curra up a Klimt Trio a i he of Courso repaired fret gently to \ Lenna he or. Picks and Colliers a Dion speaking Suggs Ca mat tie Pruc ceding against i tween Wlinich capital and Warsaw he divided Liis to Weir free to Jughes a and that nut one Man of the of Quot Quot a contempt a Ould be a proper Mode party woul dare to raise Liis atrocious Ai i Placco Mit to have h. Eves banding de t in person to i a a a. No i a i \ 1 1 a. Time Juring the Winter of 1776, As tile count and whom Thev were about to conduct Hini be inc Aii a r a a r i 11 r 1 r countess Rogotski Werc Oil their a in from v Leuna lady of rank whose name and p Ace of abode Quot i a a a,1. I m 1- a a to it Lacow the woh is which Bonni ill the a was e to conceal. To this Requis�-1, i a i r 1 1 1 r. 1 a a 1p a thin mountains rendered More than or i n icily icon lie likewise submitted and alter drive it thro a old and Lerock in consequence of the seventy of the season descending in tri cat number., began to jul How the Carr Haiie Between Llie two Little i a number of streets App frenily with a View to j prevent i Orni Inmany a Eurac idea of the part j of the City to which he was conducted tie car i Ridge at length a Ioji Ped. The two gentlemen his Conion Nidus then Alii Hlad and Eracli taking him a by Thi , conduced him into a Houe. Ascent i Ding a narrow Stair Cave t Ley entered an apart i input where he was and cased from the band Ajie j iced Over . One of Liem next acquainted i Lipini thai it Bing nece.-. Ary to put out of life a la Liy who Iliad dishonoured 1, i r family Uliey had Cio. Sen i to Perfi irm of Quot be knowing his pro j fess my skit Ial lie would Lind her in the and Jinni in . To us to i Quot it a fat Quot �-6 i that a i j must ii it acis Willi As Ucli exp Dilion i or a. Ice. I irl in execution of i Ali Cli. H Siou a re Eive a i ral Reco Spense. A Ogilvi eat drily refuse to com Mil an act so his a rep in nit it Liis i but the two strangers , him Vit i Soleim denunciations of Venu Nice that his to Fusil a uld Only prove fatal to himself wit Lieut affording tie slightest assistance to the object of compassion that her doom Vas irrevocable and that unless to chose to participate in a similar Fate he must submit to execute the office imposed on him. Thus situated and finding All entreaty or remonstrance vain he entered the room where he found a lady of a most interesting figure and appear j Ance apparently in Ilie Bloom of youth. Towns of Oso. Iczyk Antl Zator the Latler of which oni a few Cost Ait from Cracow of two servants who tended Lipini one Lead sent Forward to z ii ring Post horses. This he was Niu Alta Clied finding the a us. T i a Rode p. inc my in the a in pose of Pronio Ier a fat Wii Oil d on account his fid a ii idly Gai i Grona to Rcd in o count a i Lum to a Andon to Trio a Ai, is i hours Sucha prey nil or by arrest Ain i Ripel Ity and in log Titu Lor tie cont. In a end it i voice against the fueling that object. I i his was manifestly so fair that Noi proc i Din of the House of the party had the front at first to take in a a Roper ouzo View last vet Lin i showed handed to the witness von that he Civ and discipline a prepared his answer returned both to the re = o Nti n opted. Wizir. Ivin r i Ltd i Huering among the Roy a. til. Power of nov. Extain Inis lists and just As the clerk was about to read a Neises in re tie who of tic i ii a tie of the Kegen Cymen screw Tion and Miami it ,Aal or. I a old or. Up his boldness and a on tie ground wis on Whir irid for a co not of Wui Nev. It implied an imputation on the motives of members. For til at i Ity. On Nimit As s to pc Aro at Lea it How comes it a a Irr ii Ned charge a it Rains tor. J Dot i Niedzi ii my an Scoti to nil Over reach the pro Jiosa the /.-��?��.�. In Uri i ii a 1 the Ca Tith i his , Olio a quota Oon to i Ien at in a a i usand a decks. Thi v co used Thein a irn Quot a Nica in Wilc Wii i All Possi h3 Speed in the Lope of getting Lottie town from u Lich were at a i inc i Hiilei Wilile or. I Rai t i and from i to at in c Irre it of the Tili s distance w d ves but Ali in i Acconio More horses were bad and the ravenous As Well As eager by having tast d blood Dre Idy Wei a nearly up wit i t Lem. In this extremity the if Cylc said to his a in ter Quot there is Only one Way left to save a. We shall All lie devoured in a few minutes. 1 am ready to sacrifice , by Gobi to meet the wolves if you will swear to be aether to my wife and children. I shall be destroyed a i Iouin. She hut u Hile they Are Doc United in falling u of it a Nie was Habi de 111 a Loose undress and in May pm Fuenfh placed before her i a win warm water in which she Quot or miners de her feet. Far from imposing any in Prospect of imminent destruct on pediment to the act which she inc v he was Sento perform the lady assured him of her perfect resignation entreating him to put the sentence passed upon her into execution with As Little delay As possible. She added that she was Well aware no Pardon Coull be hoped for from those who had devoted her of death which alone could i 1 a in my Mother in thy prayer to night there come new words and warmer tears on Long Long darkness Breaks the Light Comei Home the loved the lost for years sleep Safe of wave worn Mariner fear not to night the storm or sea the ear of heaven bends Low to her he to Shore who sails with me the wind Tost spider needs no Token How stands the tree when lightnings Blaze and by a thread from ii Eaven unbroken i know my Mother lives and prays dear Mother we our lips can speak when first our tears will let us see when i can gaze upon thy Cheek -�4rvtl thou with thy dear eyes on me twill be a pastime Little sad to Trace what weight time s heavy fingers upon each each other s forms have had for All May flee so feeling lingers but there s a Diange beloved Mother to stir far deeper thoughts of the i come but Vav ii me comes another to share the heart once Only mine thou on whose thoughts when sad and lonely owe Star arose in memory s heaven thou who Hast watched one treasure Only a watered one Flower with tears Al even room in thy heart the Hearth she left is Darken d to lend Light to ours there Aie Bright Flowers of care bereft hearts that languish More than Flower so was their Light their very air in thy heart a place for her m thy prayer Glish Channel May 1830. For r ind Ensti approaching the True issues a i in i and Visi and that thir. Isei ii inn the a is been thai Doii a. I his to a to i in is a Ai Unitie cries till War set up when Teini Ted to Ruve it to in a the is slash Here is a i \ c by i party ill not it Thi v Lohi Tou i l. I a Ani Migle a i jstion.? put to a ichor. L. I .ir.r. On of the cil cd by tiie j de on. By or. A a Tox requiring id to a state he that tiie chief of decl of those la Ori urinated and Suji ported Ali it present course was Ola the Circiu Stacci of the occur. Rence in to committee room before the world and a whether he understood that this course Vas the result Between the accused and certain of this House and requesting him to state All be circumstances on which that under standing w As based i give in the substance of this inquiry Only to he Point. It Loveon. I entered the Lali just As or. Peyton was replying to his objections. His speech m As Brief a his Eye glanced scornfully towards the Many Gers in this Prace cution and in tones of Energy and Defiance that pierced every nerve of every ear he exclaimed a Quot i stand Here atone a and i wish to know How Many base born tools of Power the tyrant Hai in this House to do his bidding let the serfs of this turkish despotism standout and show themselves Quot this question stared the Fate of the preceding. It was rejected of course. Or. Peyton then put a question in order to a Quot licit the truth As to members of Congress noun Selling Whitney respecting the course he should pursue in the committee and in the House and also As to their expressing the wish that he would refuse to appear and testify. A it Emit query for the purpose Quot if Sejla of ascertaining whether certain members had not declared that they would vote for the present proce Eding for the reason that the conduct and declarations of messes. Avise and Peyton would be brought under the review of the House and that these gentlemen would be thereby disgraced. J Liis was objected to likewise. Or. Peyton in maintaining the relevancy and importance of die question said he Only wished to silence tiie member or members who had Al really made declarations of this kind against him and prevent those from sitting in judgment on him Wiio had thus disqualified and disgraced themselves. I is question was rejected. I Trust a or readers will Ponder Well on these questions which a rare thus summarily thrown out by an organized and disciplined majority. These Are or Fuaalii pregnant. Tiie next Juery brought something More satisfactory still. Or. Hamer was asked when he first Sav the written Testi irony of or. Fairfield. He answered that he bad seen it several Days be Jar. Peyton raided a question whether it was ire lie a is examined in the House in order to object to a question after tiie an surer to j so tic Milter was All arranged before hand it Iliad been returned the Sii is i in of questions was continued for the s Eaker decided it was in order. Some Lime a y other gentlemen but they were not or. Peyton then retorted the taken permitted to to put. Al id to expiate her trespass Felici Tating herself that his 1v neck no u e. 1 i lug. I or a i of Pursuit a owed count Podowski to humanity would abbreviate her sullen nos Andar aia. A i a Reacie the Gates of Zator safety. I he Leve soon terminate their duration. A it ii a. I a a blushed by request of a confirmed Bachelor he has no wife. Be has no wife he s quite alone. Unsought unhappy and unknown his Days pass by no pleasure give he Breau Mol Hinks but does not live. He has no wife he docs not know the Joys from wedded life that flow his absence there is none to mourn. No Eye looks Bright at his return. He has no wife his Joys Are few though he is Rich Anil Heak Liy too How selfish he who will not share his wealth with woman Chaste and fair. Y he no wife no Rattler s smile. Or lisping Tongue his hours Beffre his heart no kind attachment knows regardless both of Rienti it Niad Ces. He has no wife and is it meet Ectman should live to drink and eat a Jit. Band Man the ruler of the land no wife Well be it Aoa Quot after a Short conflict with his own mind perceiving no Means of extrication or of escape either i for the lately or for himself being moreover urged to expedite his work by the two Peryotis without who impatient at his reluctance threatened to exercise violence on him if he procrastinated Ogilvie took out his lancet opened her veins and bled her to death in a Short time. The gentlemen having carefully examined the body in order to ascertain that she was no More after expressing to Weir satisfaction Ofle Rcd him a purse of be shins As a remuneration but he declined All recompense Only requesting to be conveyed away from a scene of which i he could not reflect without horror with this entreaty they complied and having again applied a Bandage to his eyes they led him Clown the same staircase to the Carriage. But it being narrow in descending the Steps he contrived to leave on one or both of the Walls unperceived by his conductors the Marks of his Finger which were stained with blood. After observing precautions similar to those used in Iiri hiring him thither from his own House he was conducted Home and at a parting. The two masques charged him if he valued his life never to divulge and if possible never to thin of the past transaction. They added that if he should embrace any measures Avila a View to Render it Public or to set on foot an inquiry into it he should be Infa Lubly immolated to their revenge. Having finally Liim at his own door they drove out leaving him to his reflections. Quot on the subsequent morning after great irresolution he determined at. Iii Quot Quot Quot Jour Douai a Seiy it not to participate by concealing so enormous a crime. It formed nevertheless a delicate and difficult undertaking to the charge As he remained Altos Echev ignorant of the place to which had been carried or of the name and Quality d the lady whom he had deprived of Lile. Without Sufle Rizig himself however to be deterred by considerations he waited on the Secretary of the apostolic chamber and acquainted him with every particular adding that if the government would extend to him Protection he did not despair of finding the House and of bringing to Light the perpetrators of the deed. Benedict the fourteenth ,3 who then occupied the papal chair had no sooner received the information than to immediately commenced the most Active Meas for discovering the offenders. A guard of the so Lori or officers of Justice was appointed by his order to accompany Ogilvie who judging from circumstances the t lie had been conveyed out of the City of Rome began by visiting the Villas scatter cd without the Walls of the his search proved ultimately successful. In the Villa papa Julio constructed by pop get Tulius to third Del Monte he there found the bloody Marks left on the Wall by by fingers at the same e that he recognized the apartment in which a lady. The Palace be Bracciano the chief of Risily and his brother had to them All and st Cingano other Means of Estrica i but it is Jiniv Casaly spoken of As one of the most lion consented and assured him that in he were powerful bursts o indignant eloquence Ever hear capable of devoting himself for their common pre in Congress. I Naer heard any thing any where salvation his family Sii Ould find in him a con in Europe or an Erica More effective except slant protector. The install y descend. That Noble display of impassioned oratory the ing advanced to meet the wolves who surround j Short Specci of amyl Al Star during the de and soon despatch red him. But his Magnani-1 Midnight session of the 3d of March before last Mous sacrifice of himself by checking the ardor on tie Thiee millions amendment. Lime to i or. Boidy slated his object to be to count Ihns out the of the contemptible farce now Podowski most religiously fulfilled his enga it rement habited in tie House. Me believed there was to befriend the family of his faithful Serva it. I an odious and in a Laceful combination and con cannot say that i have heard him relate this Story piracy Between Titis preen acre de but real himself but i have received it from these persons prosecutor am c train members of the House. Who know authenticity and who recounted it to me at Vienna while the count was engaged in the same room at play in the hotel of the French ambassador the Baron do Breteuil Only about tto years after it took Dace. An instance of More prompt Cool and generous self Devotion is perhaps not to be found in the history of Mankind nor ought value o be in any degree diminished by the consideration that even if then inc had not acted As he did they must All probably have perished together. Dilemmas of a Bachelor in the abstain from a carrying when a Man has attained a sufficient ag3, and when there no just impediment is esteemed by the egyptians improper and even disreputable. For being myself of Titis fault to use no harsher term i live suffered much inconvenience and discomfort during my stay in this country and endured Many reproaches. During my former visit to , having occasion to remove from a Bouse which 1 iad occupied for some months in a great to Borough fare Street in Cairo i engaged another House in a neighbouring Quarter the lease wag written and some Money paid in Advance but a Ilay or two after the agent of the owner came to inform me Liat tie inhabitants of uie Quarter who were most a Sheree Fis or descendants of the Prophet of a o .6 be cause 1 was not married. He in did however that they would gladly admit me if i would even Purchase a female slave which would exempt me from the opprobrium it Tel upon me by the want of a wife i replied that being merely a sojourner in of crypt i did not like either to take a wife or female slave whom i must soon abandon the Moi the it i had j Here several Seii Silvic gentlemen called out Quot order order Quot a Borm and or. Yell were morn Forward the Olli trs and called upon or. Li.-,yto\ to name the members. Quot name name Quot was shouted from various Quarter names echoed or. Peyton. They Are precisely what i am aiming at i want the names and sir i mean to have thym gentlemen live been clamorous for proof. I Tell them i will go heart and soul in Pursuit of the proof he declares that if there no shrinking they would have names and Iran not on conjecture and suspicion l it Given by witnesses who he Doug Ted not would prove that there were secret conclave out of Titis la us where the pre a sen course of in Oce Eding was resolved upon and whence by Seal la and fraud it was caucus cd into and listened upon the . Of p. Q. Ili Here a twirled up and called or Peyton to or or Flint Liis interruption was promptly a a putdown and the ardent and fear loss orator proceeded. He said to expected to prove that t Here a s an arrangement Between Whitney and certain ill Vida is Here again lie was interrupted by or. Yell of Arkansas who wished to know whether or Peyton alluded to him or. Peyton replied that he had never once thought of Tho it Niwat in Nau not risen to interrupt a a we add not have known of being in talk Blouse. He hoped he would now be quiet what could or. be thinking admit or. Peyton there a is an arrangement i y which Whitney was not to be Punis lied a but to have the eclat the Triu Yjih of bringing him or. and or. Wise to this by or. I Uridil of new York know whether the re in object of Trio Genic Man was not to ii jct certain Lue inhers of die House. He believed he could prove that Ley and those com cycled with him Are practising a Gross deception on this body and the cd until. Lie demanded an oppor Lunicy to adduce evidence to is lab i he us i acl. Such was the Force and impressiveness of or. Peyton s Appeal that the House refused to obey i he mandates of the Regency and agreed that the ones Loii should be put by a vote of 89 to 85.�? Quot Well done for once or Himer s answer was most important. Lie had heard some members say that the proceedings of the com Littee room which bad been referred to ought 0 be brought under the notice of the House % i. Vav it Ien put a question in order to elicit the fact that the object of the present course of proceeding was to Albect Liim and or. Peyton and requested or. Hamar to stale All the circumstances and objects connected with the conversations meetings and remarks of members and Reuben m. Whitney that go to show such was the object. J he question was objected to. Or. Wise referred to the remarks of or. Peyton yesterday and said they expressed his reasons for wishing to put this question. He was on trial he said and not Reuben m. Whitney the Issue had been made by the House a Hether he the of the accused alien put a few a i Lions and icy were by or. Wise. Tiie to Alimony of or. Hamer corroborates the statement. M id by messes. Wise and Peyton in Trio . Aslo the provocation Given by. Whitney and the entirely Pacific interposition of or. Wise. Or. 3iartin and or. Gill Cut were their called upon successively to give in their written answers to the questions put by the Council of the accused to the other witnesses. But owing to the of the hour of adjournment i must defer any notice of their testimony until my next. Washington feb 28, 1837. Or. Van Burn in in Rcd the Senatti to Day by letter that he would be ready to take the Oak of office As president of the United states on Satur by Lext. A after some remarks from or. Clay and or. Grundy a committee was ordered to be appointed to make the necessary arrangements for the rec edition and inauguration of the president elect on the fourth of March messes. Grundy tall Madge and Parker compose that committee. The principal portion of the Day was occupied with an Escoe Dinely interesting debate on the principle of distribution. The committee of finance reported the fortification Bill with an amendment to strike out the distribution Section. This patriotic move was a. Companies with no report and not one word of explanation from or. Wright the was such a character Liat a peaceful Man Rej chairman of the committee. Or. Calhoun a not appear before Huu he lad not the Remot , and complained of this neglect est doubt of the contrivance by which the pre a Rose he hoped the i airman would give some reason for this extraordinary decision of the majority of the committee. Xor. Wright in reply said he thought it unnecessary to trouble the Senate much about this matter. The Section now proposed to be a moved was in effect the Deposit Bill of or. Calhoun. It was Well understood. He could give no new views or ideas nor could he Hope to produce any change of opinion among senators a a i or. Calhoun s reply was Short but full of principle of Law and right and trying him without j Ujj referred to the overwhelm notice a without inc Asalion without arraignment a a a at the last session on the Deposit Bill by which that Gre it and beneficial measure aah triumphantly carried and or. Wright left in a poor minority of seven Why should the majority reverse their votes there is nothing that can be add led As a reason. Or. Calhoun made an animated Appeal to them to adhere to the Good course they then adopted. Or. Clay opposed the motion to strike out in a most animated and energetic speech. He Sta sent course of proceeding was brought about and he proposed this a an inducing question to bring before the House and the country the truth. But he meant to go her and show whether the executive Power was Sot to be Brou Giotto Bear against two Humble Meibers of that House. He i denounced the conduct of the parties who had clustered around Whitney under the pretence of sheltering Liim Froix injustice. While they thrust themselves Forward As the champions of Justice they Are openly and Flag Randy violating every without Ever asking him whether he is guilty or not guilty. He demanded an Opportunity to unmask his accusers tas question was rejected ayes 73, noes 95. The Young virginian then put another query framed with exceeding precision and pertinence to ascertain if the witness knew whether the president had not advised and recommended the present course of proceeding and whether that obnoxious Section in the functionary did not directly or dire Only assign i manner and reminded the Senate As Jeason for it the it this would that if there should be no surplus then no harm Quot Quot. Would result from the measure and if As every paid was therefore returned to me. In another Ikui any it sign to , censure Quarter i was less Una Ortale such heavy objections on account of my Nett being Narried were not raised i was Only required to promi.?e thai no person. Wearing hats should come into the Quarter to visit me yet after i had established myself in my new residence the Sheykh or chief of the Quarter often endeavoured to persuade me to marry. All my arguments against doing so he deemed of no weight. Quot you Tell me Quot said lie Quot that in a year or two you moan to leave this country now there is a Young widow who i am told is handsome living within a few doors of you who will be glad to become your wife even with the express understanding that you shall divorce her when you quit this place though of course Yon May do so before if she should not this Young Damsel had several times contrived to let me catch a glimpse of a pretty face As i passed the House in which she and her parents lived. What answer could i return i replied that i had actually by Accident lick face and that she was the last it Oman i should wish to marry under such circumstances for i was sure that i could never make up my or molest in any Way this accused this is what he wished to prove. For this lie wished to examine every gentleman who by know any thing of the transaction. Or. Peyton dared them to let him have an Opportunity of getting proof. Let him have it and he would perhaps make those who now hold themselves so High and use so lofty a tone of exultation Al anticipated Triumph stand before the House and the country in the character of accessories and allies to Reuben m. Whitney he said he cared not How severe was ordeal to which he was subjected but the handed that he also might show by a a a esses How the present course of Proco Dii or was brought a wished to dark and Dis Graceful circumstances with it. The party did Shank from the inquiry. A Call of the House was demanded for the purpose doubtless of Force enough to Down this que Tion. But it was discovered there was no quorum and a motion to adjourn prevailed. We will see whether the party s managers will dare to let this question be put to Morrow. If of messes. Avise and Peyton in the committee room urging that it was necessary to condemn that conduct. I in. Vanderpool of ii is inquiry. The president he said was not at the bar and he did not see what Light this question would throw on tie Point at Issue. Or. Wise met this objection with great Force and directness and made a most vigorous and effective speech in reply Quot i know sir Quot said he Quot that the president not at the bar neither am i a yet i am of Quot anal As much and for a More heinous Oit ice than this pretended accused i am to a or j most atrocious and det Stabb i ask is to know my i Call for him be he High or Low base or honorable the tool and minion of Grant himself is this Aland of civil a a cry and do you seek to try a Man with poor Nedege of confronting. Quot i a Quot president is not on his Jav up in but let me ascertain whether he has put of on our trial. Has he called certain gentlemen to his Palace and there by appeals to their sympathies and complaint ? of injuries and Perselu one believed there should be a surplus it wont a Eva pc. Lug Lignum owners the what possible objection can a statesman have to such a measure is it better to keep the immense surplus in the Deposit Banks which pay Art interest of Only two percent per annul when Money is at three per cent a month a and when a great neighbouring state has placed her Money ii Banks which pay six per cent per annul is this the object of the party or. Clay dwelt on this topic and demanded what was to be the established policy of the administration on this subject or. Wright cried out across the chamber Quot to have no surplus Quot Quot then Quot exclaimed or. Clay Quot take the land Bill sir.,&Quot Quot pass it Quot he continued in tone which he Only can employ Quot pass it a that will be your and then he proceeded to Corn ment with inimitable pleasantry spirit and Force on the different schemes the sagacious leaders of the party have proposed knowing Well that they would not pass. He adverted in a tone of pungent sarcasm to the cries and prophecies of or. Wright and his allies last year about Quot no Quot of Tion wrought upon their feelings and then poin-1 so Pic a Jfe then touched of the character Ted to two troublesome in flows in the House a Thoj he Deposit Banks had gained for them Tielves. Have constantly trespassed on his reputation and Loho must be killed Quot yes sir Quot exclaimed or. Wise Quot this is the word Quot killed of Quot a Quot let indirectly tried and condemned As assassins Quot a was the command. The ardent Young orator Here seemed sting gling to express the emotions that filled his breast he could not speak As he Felt. His form assumed perfect height his expressive features were animated by the bold and indignant spirit within and which now stood exposed to the gaze of the country. They Are Mere political look at the developments made by the invest gov Ting committee of the House. Look at the application of the i events Waid Bank the directors boasting they arc friends of the administration a and Quot revered he Thryn adverted to the remark of or. Hive that the Senate Waff the Quot aristocratic Brantsh of Fth government and rung the changes on it with and

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