The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1860
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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Preceded by: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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The Constitution aid I the Equality of the States, these are the X Symbols Eternal Union. .--JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE.j .

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: dan & Journal1aIIF1a z-entiorz, declaring that it was m.t .1 National -' who will lie or sU poct.-.l 'i itlut ded to the meaning. [ Then in of Kansas to form constitution and State of stYie Of 1lle5l
Convention say lirh.fed > convey same I speaking of the equality a power Congress, and in this connec'tion the slavery agitation seemed! laid u-il *1 .n Ti-I thi-wi te:
ic of the real lVrii.xi.it- 1 was an oni.iii.jiatioiiist, 1 will These terms are not sj ncnj room;, and the States: j government, preparatory to admission they say: ;''forever. But these hopes were tk.-tine; l t' l ..nitI)5') 'II I-J. Nr 1'1eeLas
organization. Xi-ai.lv the entile ..1.1egation cvtn ,iIil,,.> that it w projK-r to write I thisloose mode of employing languagt; i is "Carry the idea to the Territories. into the Union as a State, when a question -I I "But the power of Congress over the! to cruel disappointment li months a.I' the .; .a-'it'ediJ hi" f4ksvees:

-. and the* from Cltetii Southern) Match that lett'r. [( 'htt-rJ If th- gentleman well atbiptod tolioget confusion. I hell i What arc they To whom do they belong arose as to the true meaning of the person of property of a citizen can I afterwards the Senator from Illinois, oa >.. -II! >M>t i41iO ,lsvecy utsaus
and entire delegations from i ln'rnla nieaiis that thci/has ad a aye exist-I the doctrine of intervention till it I fVhi() are to inhabit them, and I j Kansas-Nebraska bill, and the liniita-' never be mere discretionary power 'who had "agreed to ref.r the question tilt hLir.-nt-4 ,'ll no le

8 P E E CIIor minorities Oregon, and large and infptiMug cd Ixtwetu Kev. Ml li'et'kinii.lguau ,! was originally understood, and ingrafteil what are their political relations to the ,, tion on the power of the territorial government under our Constitution and form of government I j to the Supreme Court and abide by its 'hcitrgiit'iittiiii2I15 ensp4lsudto
fn>m other Statei. of the Union ulyAl'tiawe' a l&ti.t of coidialitv! nspcit <, with tbe legislation of the country.Cliceni. rest of the Confederacy They arc regions -, Mr. Trumbull offered the following The powers of the Govcrnaent decision," discovered a contrivanceby tli'pnsaiumv' Ij ( iC '3t
making in whole or in |part tliUrition uii.l arkttlor-t i whkb lint |[ It iion-interveiition in of the amendment as additional and '' ., (be? IJiutSiflla ,'-
from i arc tutu ] was country acquired by corn- | un the rights and privileges of which it was supposed the iletisioii ;', 'ni( iitLI'r is-' (
C. Breckinridge State* of almost two-tl.ir.ls of the ini'l prop.-r.the itj-hu.itioii is tni". Hut |i resic-et| to slavery by Congress, "and bj ilion efforts and treasure of all the I section to the bill: the citizen are regulated and plainly -might be evaded, and rights w hick w.- Mr. Ih.iiz-( IiuiifL >
and the Confederacy, denounced that is n.t the pcqsecol' (Ito ktti r. ji|,its creature, the territorial legislature." States they belong, therefore, to the | And be ttfurther onlai'ned.Thut the defined by the Constitution itself o n o thought secure be turned to Osbt/s. IA'; in.ttv.1] tlut. iii.!' i'UZ Y't'' _
tUVKBI ATi starred separate! themselves that lil- It Ls in eouiuigu'tf,4i itU the Mil.j.- tf j ]leaving it to the people to form a constitution States for common use and enjoyment ; I provision in the act to organize the tcr- It cannot, when It enter a Territory us see bow it was to l>e done. 1 1i '- neytsC u i'iip''t (tIC (ui.liIi.ziis .
i VAM> HY. b EPT. OTII the
1O.L opinion of Court
striking i Supreme
warning that the arts of political would cvtivtcy the impression that J l the sovereign pjwer of defining tlieiii, null when the imputation shah be declares il to Ixs tbo true intent and (er and assume discretionary and despotic ''was delivered in 1JO7. In LsJS r.MirtI i the I uthi tf'4' ba5 liii Ihuue

[RsVUKO AXD COUEkCTHD.] management are not always jierfeetsulmtituUs hail bet-u su>|>itt.l ol' *vi |utiy) with jpropc-rty and admitting or excluding-culti'ieIit lily are to become equal uicnilnrs meaning of said act 'not to legislate slavery power, which the Constitution has Dougl.is candidate for ruItiti Jlr.'j, ti,. nit. ,,, 0441 oa'kr (is'
for truth and justice. i my niitl up >v that sul>(.i t. Tli.it is |I sliv a or other property. This w.is the Of the Union into any territory.or State, nor to denied to it. "Hie Territory being apart from was a n '.Instjiflti.ti U -:iur4i qa'n (1* P'aru'-
KXOKMIM. But after all, the great question if, |[ :the iiicaninji t [ g you, myueighbora, fricndd, ami what are the ;principles which ouht to ,I Uulwitvin, wht'i call<- wlutb iru.U
siiU *
tjttit'uts to IK awurbd that 1 I commend by a >r<
themselves to the American )to the authenticity ol the letter, replied j may show presently in another coimeclU't j Kansas-Nebraska bill I ( i',' 'uIar-! 'I in,4 pe--to'l iii tIP'
| ofoundly grateful for the cordial people, at issue in this c-tuvas. ilAGAI.VJT that it was genuine, lust that it was a tisui. Id.ictrmo that Territorial Legislature i in their own way, wibjuct only to the with their respective rights denned and coukiifutiwnal territorial legislature rijiht on evade-a qucstn.ii ti f fovcxride & $ ( jI (5it"tiI". ns iinu'pertj.I't .

/ souhavc extended to me.F .- ratea CIlAiG) HIM REIITEDIIAIUKR' "Oonlulelitul k-tl<-r." [A voire-Coni-; I assume that Mr Douglas in j could cx<'hide slave property from the
irrumt.anet under which I ap'lefvrfv LEK\. I dentin to Iwi puUishe-l. | 1 don't think this statement, meant lo declare that I, Territory during this Territorial conditii I i intended to, and does, confer upon, or bent can exercise no power over his Xrial tribunal in the Union i he ./- >!ri sliu.r' '1. wa tIe'
you, are unusual; I do it in But, before I procec-d fuither I will 'that i.ieit.ls the tase untie),. It would but while I lit'Id the ] 'the ft the what that man- ; -' 31.ii uS tinWa Of
to the of in lX>t>. from the same stand with him. n : precisely opposition. leave to people territory of >crson or property beyond ncr in which it be dou? is -intt.l IVIWt 1w.ph' ;
friend may
r euce visile I have request been group together and anewei anuiulcn-f 'have Utu cvtn 1 la'ttvr to wilte it for the ndvoc-at.nl the doctrine that tho tcrritv.riul I urns willing to refer the quusJ I Kansas full power at any time through tibtrument confers, nor lawfully deny out in the following language, tiupl./y p. -, *'ranting IjiLt.-.z.l; t 'i'u55ti4 I nttist
i and* if it be aocuvtouiedirvo. personal accuxatioiis, sonic-,,f whkh had I I public tlian iu a .oiiliikiiti.il ktter. legislature lint the right to exclude j ion to the ( 'on11 and to IN: bound by its i its territorial legislature, to exclude any right which it has reserved." etl by Mr Douglas in discussion with |'rit'at.lrIIpu'nty i !
an uncommon their origin ia the S'tatcof Kentucky, j 'toa't you think so' [tA voice-Yt- .] alive propelty pending the territorial i decision.The slavery from said territory, or to recog Then, proceeding with judicial exactitude. his >etitor Mr. Lincoln. Mii iitute lie lIEd psery
i for a person in ,my position to ndItsM'inblage and others tlscwhere, bywhich, through I Ime lint I have other things to consume condition, I presume he uses all thc-se doctrines announced by uic ill flee and regulate it therein. "The coiui lost *inewori' "slavepities tTe ant

$ of the people, I can it i is attempted to strike tlown the my'time to-day than mth coiih.kntial eHtwions| in that s>'nv, and! in.Ii--d that sjicet h were just such at I have ever Against this amendment an overwhelming 'ITiO rights of private property have by Mr. Lincoln question i is: Can propounded the to of Iii: tb 'r iiroTiort :. )litre ht* men'ii to
F ay I hope to discuu the topic organization with which I urn coiineet- K-tlt-rs nu t1u.tt.-{ Lauchter.] I that i-5-ilhe question whitb has lain the I>,;dm-l.ireil in Kentucky, such as declared majority of the Senate voted, bet-n guarded with equal care. Thus Territory, in lanfi.l people uuxdinit a tend 4k t.M C e otiag; assEt w* *wit
h 1 shall handle to-day, in a maniut ezl. It begets iu me almost a feeling coIn.- to the tact. '1 he oiilj time that whole lrf ieof d'tputc. !'in' every itihlic .wMrcss which I made in including General Caaa and Senator he rights of property are united with the wishes of any citizen of way the, United. w. i'.U r.u-l 1:

[ altogether unworthy the attiwbich lumiliation to answer some of then ; 'thee question of emancipation has I..eonfoist.I Well, fcllowHiliA.il*. I have first luj' |(Ohio, Imli.uia, Michigan and TtnnsyIvanu. Dougl.iv. Let me, however, do Mr. he right of [perm' and placed on the States, exclude any slavery from heir limit, 1.'ui shtl; n"t ft'a C1V1 ,
1 occupy, I hall certainly Hit a* I have imposed the in Kcntu 'kv iii div. was in Alt.'rwanls when it un.lcrIstood the to he the fifth amendment Itthir"i& P'-
uiii[ mystlt toy own hti.tctiKliU to tipposcto that ot thin was Douglas justice nay voted same ground, by prior to the formation of a State coUbtitution -- ni itnahug l"
iin, no language which, in my task. I will go through tin in till as 'If:>19. \khtii we erie tleitinj ltl.-g.itek ilistingiiisbctl Scnatoi. At no time, [ that I ha>l liecn rrx>rtotl to have agiiivt it not because bo did not believe (o the Constitution, which provide that ( ? lanswcr .Mr ,- "Y .u ti ..il i..t ilrtctho 'psozY (IDWft
"rill"* fall below the dignity of briefly as I (iii. [Chevrs. \Vev Oo'' to the coivtut! t,, form a in-w Constitution either It fore or after the |atsage
Qftiion. The condition of (lii. John.] 'lluti [)r. i'.i( 4n I kc* it impossible to exF I: believe it has lut ia Mr. Sliy wt i>- n published ol- tain or utter the opinion that a territorial I SVptcmt.tr or (MolH-r but not believe it cells And an act Congress iu opinion, the of iiihI I t.ll'V-hI
my "rbic over tbi >ant assembly most every Southern ticwspai r of the I. OK aan<(i.l.le I loi' the Ix-jisl lire.ZiYIVi3s.OL legislature prior to the foiinationt.t tic of the Keutiuky Statesman, a journal was consistent to decide the question which deprives a citizen of the United my lawful exclude u TVrrilorj 'n'aLl1ttlt t' :'.rtsa ; t'uflivW 14 th.s
con, by means sluv.iv
[I hope it will become stronger a* I Opposition party, that I signed a |ie-ti (' tin touuty to the heat of my a Suite constitution, had! the right to piihljshe.1 in Ix.-xington, in alluding legislatively, which they had agreed to States of LL liberty or property, merely from their limits prior, to the furnu.tti'nof *''i-.snir:' .1 ;! e I'.' *tUWMA ; the O ntititu.H. -
tion for the pardon of John flown, the ability' in oj iositioii to tmami]>atioi". ext I tide slave property from the common to thuii charge, made the following statement leave to the court. General Cans because he came himself or brought a State Constitution," | is tne- .-cmiure t* tfc*>$(atfs" _
ftpefore you to-day for the arpcr'a Ferry murderer and traitor | Iatizittg the intrt of liotb Tales in tei ritorics of the Union. No.Amino to which I beg leave to refer you. saIs_ his property into a particular Territory mil k. rtvt n.>isMi have MtttetrrraoI1 --
ae. lint, of repelling certain accu- 'I'h) !* is wholly untrue. So much for'' Ciuiiiii-Miwealth w i ns which have be n made ftgain4ienonlly that [Cries of goof.Gaas&ac .\ I br the oHitiiniunx-' their presi-nt re- found which sustains that charge You election ot lNjl: tution gives them the right of carrying no offence against the laws, could sos bill, to refer to the Supremo'ian* I 01St Ii'.' 'I, i'Ikiitat a&euI4h of ***-

and industriously di tAyin. Irttioi.s. aifl on lied issue as von know, tind it stated in this extract which 1 "It w.is our pleasure to accompany their slaves anywhcreiu the territories. hardly be dignified with the name of of the United States. That quest **)'' -r. ai'i iii,' :.. kieiiehiio a1 bi.ufsi
[mi ted over other State; and neit.ow It ha* been extensively barged aii'l'j' wa- lecU.I. At the |Nills Or. P.r.ikj j just now real to you, and whi.h I never Mr Bret'kinriil 'e on the occasirn referred If they are right, you can give no power (hUe process of law. was decided, as I have just show a yon. If thu, I ia i zuih all their rriierY
that the principlm upon which circulated, that I was in favor of the! 'iuritg- .tvd l ji a'ast' me and I toted k.nv until the other day, an irresponsible to in lila tour through (Ohio mid! Iiitliana to the territorial legislature to interfere "1 he powers over person and prop- by k the court, the year l fort-thLsspmh f."uiu t'uieiu ,'auu ii, mainS. t"fl'taW' ")
'hi are the principle of the convti- election of General Taylor to the Piesidency against him, [tlieers. ) becnu we were statement tussle by I know not im.l to witness the warm response with them. The major part of the city of which we speak arc not only was made by Mr. Douglas, in which tiecibion -|ll.Ui ui" iu i.uhlctuUwfr0 'IZlW'te

n and the Union, [great applautc] and opposed to the election of' reire-xcling ,,|,zwait<- i'uincii4's| : and whom, never reviscd or seen by me, of thu National Diiuocr.uy at Cincinnati North l believe that the constitution secures not granted to Congress, but are in ex- they hay neither Congress nor tin 'in] met t-! -li-! .'trki** of the C*
if at any time ajustiticatiou Cans and 1'utler. Tliis, also, is wholly 3 just so would it IK- .m'.iin iui.lt similar aii'l l, as I will show you, .igainst Hamilton, and llppccaliou to the na such right to the South. They press terms denied, and they are forbidden territorial legislature huts power to ex- ,* ,;-ii.il- 1'.-HI. I.d'I 1t-bi'trs.> 'ileseuere
iI l>e found by any man for nd
\", people in the position I occupy, In the year 184< there W.IM a nux-tin- charge. I have siirtcred a good deal by incorrect we hid often heard! him proclaim in given to the IcgihUture. I repent that lAnd if Congress itself cannot do to guard and protect. I have shown 01 ill 0 51 (hey 55cn$ a.t last
l be found in my case. Anony- in the city of Lexington, in which I par-1 1C VOW ssvruu.toi. polls of my si>ccehes. It would! lie Ktiitiuky aol which sue clearly embodied there i is nothing equivocal in the act.- liis-if it is lieyond the power con- you that Mr. Douglas agreed to submit ,(ar. 't(tu-e art- nut the IjTUuts bf thu-a
writerb and wandering orator ticipntcd, by which Gen Tavl ,r was re- I have se<'n truphlets jjiMinlieil and will, perhapM, in some respect since in the platform of our party. the chosen to tell the people that I am commended for the Prew.liiicy ol the'-' tinuiatcdall Over lhcl"iui n. for the now, through the telegraph and the "lie said it had boon charged that the from no equivocation in it, but from the will be admitted, we presume, that it by its decision t (!'.'etnjntsCiIIII.. t *hiS tIe* tineshatuIeskclntpuIW'5adltjY0t
uiJ&nist and a traitor to my w'.usnJ United Statcx A dittereiKe, of" opinion |Iurlazeof pioviir.; that I w.is a Know- pre-s. everything in dashcil oft by the Democratic l>aity inttndcd to employ fact that here is an important constitu could not authorize a territorial gov- I quote Jlr. Douglas again ronccniinz I 11:| '! \
1 they declare that the atrocious exittod at that time as to the po'ilical Nothing* in the car IN'M, in the State i first impression, to adopt the plan ofgentlemenin the Federal government to propagatB.t bee-! quetition undetermined by the suprcrn rnmeut to exercise them. It could what be calls the "alistract, question' i {hi' I unni, il tie hiistzii. 11,1W' 4in.1 J'--'

iiait-h I have exhibited that sentiment of that tlwtiiuoii,b.c.lgcutleman. 'rlf. Kentucky ll iughter] 1 have no tho Hist, who write out slav cry. and! that it w'asm its Fedcr&KfP! judicial authority, and in the confer no power on any local govcrn- the constitutional right of Southern titjizcns toi>.*>ti! I i. iII'I WI' will rat lik -

_ niakek. by comparison with it, I was assured, in A uianuer*41s- iloubt that a v.ry fuii'-hlirabk-! | | >r- I tbtir.ijH.tthefc before delivery, lint 1 relation, a pro-slavery ,$)*rty. This, lie I meantime individuals in different fcections lent establitthcd by'iU authority to vi- to bold and enjoy their property jjin hem ansI al.iui> C the wha'lc prac i of LhI' _____
a patriot and the memory of Ar- factory to me, that General Ta 1ors sw.- I tilitical of th [I re,( cLiiMc opinion coincided iu the main ?!'.eri that or.lt : utvl if theie i is a du hen I stand In-fore the people, 1 party was neither a pro-slavery party I on it. We are necessarily ." be! called "abstract, but it is one involving ('vir: t"ciuisiw WI' 'all

HIS C'iUDITUCT.fellowotizens with those I held, and I united in the, m.ui ar.ionyou who liclongcil t > the do not doubt the competency or desire nor an anti-slavery party, but a Constitutional brought to that state of things. There Asain; : the equality of the States irf x.w' tlunit to' :a ..*tm>* that ('I i \*'. -
before I come to meeting. Soon alter war-Is I went to; "nler. whoove-r saw mo in one of vour I to he correct of the gentlemen making party. It rejected the interference I is no power which the &'natorrom Illinois "It beems. however, to be supposed this Union and the vital rights of near 'four ri, l.is. v- are holt nt laiiiucd -
_> topic, I desire to inake a brief Mexico. When I returned. 12 months i'1 I'lodges or u bo loes not kiionr that Ipoiiciiti. I Iea. r.-jKirLs; but it may Irfiiicntly happen, of the Federal government, I can use n<> words which he can that there Li a difference between prop- ly half of the Confederacy" [Applause | ,,:,'gxi-4, bI't'wli'ItatS, .lisani aiMs 1- _
[ comprehensive statement in regard afterward, in 1M8, I foiiu.l the campaign rrM'nuizI lnin the Lw-ginning as 'r..ni the rapiility of utterance, orindistiDclncsS whether to introduce or to exclude I put into act of Congress-that will remove city in a slave and other property, and "It matters not, says Mr Douglas. | jj- applause) Ihe ttiMhigi kl
j Mitioi n connection with the in lull blast, with Taylor the can lilt, 'd' the most !intl1ilruuisiuig 4'- of dclivtry, that they fail to slavery. and left the common Territories this constitutional doubt until it that different rules may bu applied to Itin "what way lie Supreme Court m.iyl i'iulrsi iUu.oi.Kutl 51 XortoiVt

y of the United State*. I have didate of the Whigs, and Ca.sst.nd lintI I ., let him I.e l ga"l l eunuch to s.tyliov ealcl. the expressions and ui Miiini of of the Union open to common wttlemcnt I is finally settled by the proper tribunal expounding the Constitution of the hereafter decide as. to the abstract quc>--i I in-| A "ia 'tk.u art! must lie d $4rrK : _
chirgrd with a premature ambi- her in nomination by the National Democracy. Si [A \oitclie nut t here] I the ,sikcr| Indeed, it is voiiiIei fit! from all the States. He pre I Jnited States. And the laws and usages thus whether slavery may or mav not g,.1 h. a aeuie -trvfetl, tfcrv will ,
I have l vn charged with intrigntliiii Iti Ia well known to thousands %Vliy, gentlemen. I Ivlieve 1 was tuieof I that the errIrsare not greater and more tended to say that each new State was Mr Douglas in the Mine debate, in of nations, and the writings of emieut into a Territory under Constitution.. | trti-k tlatrlknceetMruughuan'iI thr
.. nomination; I )have l laen.ad of those within the sound of il y the lirst iu < oii u-sa who trek ,]ws.i- numerous. I would in (this connettionre entitled to form its Constitution, and i speakiiig'of the attempt of his colleague jurists upon the relation of mantcrnd the people have the lawful means to in-j tj'unstilutioa of tbeir country. : .. _ _
I with leaping before the withenojJo voice, that a* soon as I tinned home 1 I Lion v gainst tilt or aniz-ition ; and <|uest of the reporter to give me an titter the Lnion without discrimination I to coerce an opinion from him upon slave and their mutual rights and (reduce or exclude it, as they pK-.iso. for' neune uupphs u.',)
\ arid de-Hiring to thru-t took the stump in behalf of tin- IXUUKcratic when 1 rci-.irned home to the State ot opportunity of rev king w bat is said to- by Congress, on uxoutit of the allowance the question whether the territorial legislature duties, and the powers which govemient the reason that slavery cannot <'\ut a iOI'i'
If before them for the highest f nominee-it and Kentucky, ia the spring of UV, tin.l-! exercise it have been day or an hour anywhere unless it is s.:;>-- ,
_ t> sustained them to' or prohibition of slavery Hence, I Iif had the power to exclude slave may over Just b*-rim" ttjen'klueanttoau, .i
their gift lo all thi* I answer the liest of my abilitv" [A oic."All' >'ulr it was in.iking yn-at progres-s in the il.ivNow.. fellow-citizens, I will detain Kansas presented herself with slavery property before they became a State, welt upon in the argument." ported by local police regulations. nronl aliLl- tn i nine (>f non-in '
it is wholly rmtrue. I have writ- right. ] I L'oiiiiiioiivvciiltli, aitliougb 1 h.ul witbrir.ivvH you briefly by an clear an exposition as in h-r I Constitution, she must lie admitted I said: Hut, after showing that no law of It matters not as to the ri, ht to yn into reutknt w hie-h i U adroitly is4x'd Slit

nobody tor their nupport. I have It gives me pleasure to n'M that 11 tn>Tii public life to attend to thy 1 ran make, of the circuuistainces under it without it, still she must- be My opinion in regard to the question nal ions stands between the people of the Territories under the' Constitution h' lILa -' I' -uri-iiivcvu-iiaty,'
with noliody soliciting tup- worked all the more zc.iloui.lv! IAISIUM I I':'rirah' allirs, I o]>; :w I havcJntrigued with Ipromise. fjievtht' '> all over this halt of the State. that the of the Goemuciit it while yet in territorial lon.lition, 'I.
nobody; one f the gentlemen for whMCsaoce | a law, lu lt&4. would I he subversive of the rights I raise here has been well known to the powers -
( .!nobody. I laliorcd was a Ken tin ki.ui, my oll l I [",1 rbcfrThis' | iti-mint may not K- The friends of the measure North and equality of the States. Senate for yea.*. ItliAsliec-n repeated and the rights of the citizeri un- I[ have shown you that in lV>t>, in the [ Thy uuuJia,, vi' ('lay. Ait-listr, i i
ijlie*? st tementI challenge con- commander and my trim.1 4"ht-ers.J j *cry 'zaneptah.l I,. a.ine 'el', (1-ineit and South agreed that the Minhouri _Tha.lUlcxalion that Mr. Breckinridje over and over again, lie trial the other 11cr it are positive and practical regu Senate of the United States ho said: j u titer rmiurntJal..- :u. n, have Ueiokt.l

Jion from any human being.A .- It ii* Hold I was not pit. ., id clidi"withiu! th<; sound t>t my voice but Ilo |line, should be repealed, and the territory proclaimed the doctrine of Squat I day, as those awociatcd with him twed atious plainly written down'-arid that 'Jf the Constitution carries -l.i\ery | % to *tis!,, D tlu dvctrintf t f. ',.
*, voice-" That' to, John not vote at the election in Ix-xin; ton. I" iut want to df.ive any man. I opened to settlement. But there tcr Sovereignty is simply untrue He to do, two years ago and list year, to flu) usages of other nations or reasoning there, let it go, and" no power on earth, Irish rower, .,iuit lite i-ouifin/i? CTli.VJh.tv.
t Nay more, I did not Meek or clebc in 1848. That is true. Hut with the stuid up .u tin puiiiiplcs, an'l asu willing wait one capital point on which they said nothing upon which even a plausible ascertain what were my opinions on of their jurists upon the relation of can take it way. I would like to ft ,j i .' IK .- !,.xoke.1 ftr tho HI a,
([ placed l before the people for statement there ought to have gone an to avow thorn without the slightest diHered. Nearly all the Southern charge of that nature could be I ItitLeI. this( point in the Nebraska bill; / toLl master SOIl slave can enlarge the powers these two statement reconciled. [7re.it \ j,IurpulsI .- -.t tbr.t Iroia 11in Ii'lii

cc of Vice President by anly con- explanation well known, but whkb my rcg.ird to CMIlsc-tlUe-liee |Ajtiinttemen. friuuli of the bill, and a few from the ." S I(iou it tea judtetal quesdon. This would of this Government, or take from the applause.] Whether the Constitution t..I I hit' I i ''I s-'htui this. fii1aai tiucti,I -
i or any port of any convention opponent never publ'shed, that i is entirely I l11tMJ North, denied that the power existed In the autumn of tho same year, I rereived 1 not suit them. Why f Their object citizens the rights they have resened. did authorize it to go there and protect > rtni-.n.itit| a'n,c to die t'e>nf titntion I-il 4
returned to the State ofKeni satisfactory. You well know I am rcprcs 'ntc-l! to this in Congress or in a terntoriil l hgisla- u slip from a IxtuLsiana; paper, was to get me to express my judgment, They say: the individual in his property was a''j r I'tt'IIIII, ,S* I iiY'.t liIilui th oizutr-, ,
of 1659 and in- that l.aisa: hiviliir dei l.unl that I would remarks that would with having "And il the Constitution recognise question which be agreed to refer to tho| :'i tl i
i the spring wan that at time, (In-fore the adoption! tare( to exclude any description of property cmitiining mole by General so they charge mu reqKi'.iIiie j 1' i. party LeH thct>p>L.
[hat some partial friend were of the present constitution,! a citta-n make a jiolitk-.il dis.riinati ti between recognized iu the States, during Miles distinguished citizen of that urged! a different view at home, (he right of property of the master ina Court. This I have proved, not by my-j ;ion. that u 'it ,jiUrfii-.l Li-gitiJatiue hal _ _
the in IflI(- of my own religions belief uinlm I State who I had the slave, and makes no distinction b elf, but by him. He now says, no m it-11 th--ri-ht tho.itune
pg my name to public might vote any whrcin the StateIt i'so the territorial condition, Others, and wo at Tippecanocand heard I though expressed annie opinion txellsleprupt-nt( .
ncction and certain editor, hapitened that after the labors of the j'onvusM other, tui'i I lutwet-n a native awl l niturahzed among them Mr. ougl.Ls, held that a my speech, in which be denied I had I here, pending that question, and twien that description> of property and ter which way the Court may (deci.k-. I j[,wn'1iC'( the A' niti-iMl touiiilk Wb.'u
>ence I soo here had hoisted and the courts, 1 had gone zn titi/cvn. I never uttered siicli aeintinleiit. territorial logiMature might t-tclu.le admitted this doctrine of the Territorial I though I had previously many times other property owned by a citizen, no it may be excluded. [Proloncrod at,- jplause. U.av"z' i isAtlsashktyij Vlsa
ke for the Previdency, I add to my anna
.' Friend, 'I am not in any t4Uflg. 'there wee with me a |urty of Tho un.Ieulviiig 1 piiixipkwith me question, and they agreed not to make his speech In the same month, (October I then was, and now is, that if the constitution or judicial, has a right to draw such aibtinction. and hi atwrtf fo-dny tfirr Mywooho the coiiipr-iin.ji'I measurt-sof lu ? 11
ajidate for the Pre.l3ency." six or eight gentlemen, all of them I belonging was this, that the condition of citizenship it a subject of legislative dispute; but 18oB,) some time before the Presidential I carries slavery there, let it go, tn deny to it the benefit of a Territory tnOy exclude the jrrojfr'vqf I(", iMld.tiIIIi ,i&I I tIut lerkat alown (last

ed 1 that my name might bethe to the Whig party ; and on (lie In-ill oiicu ol't.-linetl" no H.n-iuUrv.i-h! i'in; was nw-itnt to n ilvLnahi'y
head of their column lay of election they proponed to me cither, of Mi ih or rll ;. .n shoul.1 Ual- tin-question might btpromptly referred to( him, I said : 1 mt if the constitution does not carry it (iou of private projx'rty against the a eoiutUutton, by territorial ls'gialuMei uytiitft tot rtas iod.MeJiw-rst.ji '

A very eminent citizen hat instead of going, as I intended, to I. W'l l to miiitlo v'< lilt i* litieul miisi.le- to the Supreme Court of the L'uitedSUt.s "Y'iU hare rfxletl me rorrertly, an J I I here, no power but the po'ple can carry encroachments of the Government. it. "Ab mailer what the decision nftht V#- .'vt'nmrul.
wealth of he nearest fifteen rations, [t.l'PIth1a'; J I deem it only thank for it'. it there whatever bo the have said in prrmt Ctnrt ratty be OH that afmr( tftr"m. fie Hi.an of that
Kentucky WOK voting place, sonic for tkrision, and all jiarties were you I ; may true "Now, as we already an i Li* friend for that office; I niles, we should devote the day to tie itia5 try t to( abide by the tlctision of that August "Hanlia oft the whole subject by the ecislou of the constitutional point earlier |>art of this opinion, upon a dlferent till the right of'! thf people to rutkt a tlrt, tLe period wUn they should evwjt iuto -

; to see it, and united cor- cIise. If they had vote.I. there would .li.-einttly ami pass on, In-cause I trilmal, iu a final settlement of the constitutional Federal Cloveminent (ape: for out on would not have affected my vote for or point, the right of property in a Territory or a free Territory v> pertfrt and' th<* Union s* n Stute, OH the time
uting him for the suffrage lavo been MX or seven votes cost for nIl sjic-akii'4; t.> aasensl'kMl! l thousimlsli9 question For this pur|>OhC, tint jirottfttrf pitrjxxei, mentioned in die Osii i againt the Nebraska bill, I Khould slave is distinctly and expressly af- mplfte vndir the ,efraka Ml f' nl.--n the 'ieintorial autborities! might

an i poople. At no time in Taylor, an
State of Kentucky, did I Jutler. [Cheers.] I actvpted the proOsition ges. Liken from u territorial tvurt to t lie ( mimiuM Territory, nnd the afaolute power I bought the decision would IC one way And no word can ho found iu the tions against me of first holding iil! 'r eutiule! its, -slave l-ropertr, of lie
___ a word which would > and we went huutinir [laiight- I'QVATrER <*IVCB>:K.TV.I5ut. Supreme court of the t'nite.1 States, iinIIKS itf MrAN>wST\Tfc tntdtlt tile question til I us the other Ho will also nnd that I Constitution which {;i\cs Congreas a then andoiiing this d.tirin.aiultv.Soit'li. LAi.tau.ej J

jr"name in conflict with hi*, or Cr,] and i if every man hid done awell fc-llow-citizon, ttiouut- moro the matter in controversy ainountsto tin (4)aiIfl'fl'flX-fFIa( art mtf doctrinesttndthijsevf i tatcd I would not rh-w nte to tie ninth
any other eminent American a* myself, we wouM have ,-mi.-.I the ext.-n'lcd topic It b'U Ix-cn sissertol a thousand tiollars, a tlauso was inerte our platform, mid, trlinlii uiorf, ucbtion, for by the bill we referral it which eutitles ]roperty of that kind to that it is not statf-Miian-like to nsrree to more than stKe lUesn ropmtiorM, but
Jho denreil. or whose friend State by forty thousand main,its-. [.\j 1'pIcnic. that I. and the jH.Iitic.il organizationwitli < which Iain hive
4or him, that position; and if .] Among th.isc gentlemen, I remember tmniffteil. iikintloiie that in ajiy man involving the title ton considir the ik.ss.uilt upon mo so Still later on the fifteenth of May last other description The only power conferred point to the upremo Court of thoomn-' ropotiiu.ul l>y the Cewniitteojnt
I ile taken the trouble to read the the name-it of my fnen-ls 'limit. to IK unworthy of further iii the Senate, Mr. Douglas said!: i is the power coupled with the try, and when the court hOC '.1 'limtt-i! ui wiuta Mr. Clay was *

injrs of the Charlenton conven- S. Reed, Nelson Dudley, Oeo. P. Jouett in reg-inl t<* the.'l.-nitotiil: ]-stion in Supionie Court without regard to the notice," "In the debate( ditty ol guarJiug and protecting the against you, tos.iy. "No matter li"u it I'bairni,ui.t 'Ikh7esnIedjn the Com
will remember when I receiv- and others-who \v-ill .ioubtlefs re.vlle lS-a-Izz'el ls.1! ; that we the oI'rtuIielI i'LhItlof the amount in contiovca.sy. 'Ilic recollection of my letter to Gen. "oomlw bill growing out of the owner in his righU. may decide, I will find means to .otc of Arkansas, one of my three fact, if am thine were necessary'' position which is now occupied !Iy Now the Miles had wholly faded from my memory my colleajre put the que Now fillow-eitizcns I cannot it, if against me." hns i 'telap-trup pLnws, awl hi
Mr. and his Iriou.Ls. I during period! lietwecii (the ion to me after it had becti aiswcreJ my ,
_a iroscand requested that the beyond word. [A voice ---*00(0I I I. Do.i-j'.ts; denyit and was revived only a few days No. It is not for a statesman to pr>int its' tIne, i< ike the clear
my : and 1 slt.il! pnxectl to I|I.I.Isage of that bill and the decision ot over and over again in the previous conceive of a bimpler or clearer judi- and I tlctattxl
tit be withdrawn, declaring nothing more ncctltxl here"JzMaacirATlns | !it ;both as t.. laysvlt now ninl to the disprove Constitutional the Supreme Court, all (lersoiis (Iii caibsi.lc since-, nIna tlmt gentleman printed it (pcechcb, whether or not A territorial al cxpobition. The points of the opin out to a subordinate legislative tnlinal t-i'.rnue the S'rprrm* Court:
iks device
uld not allow the me of my I' !lieu. ,, ratic t-ntt-rtainud their own opinions in a Southern journal, and bent me a legislature had the to exclude hon are briefly these : the Territories some it lie IK-II-:i'-- --It M hi4i titus that tbe wonud'% A.whkh .

,1 iLWr) >nipctition with that of the Another charge, actively circulatfli' < paity. \Ve, in the South, lu-1.1 (that t he Ten i(tonal copy. I bla\cry lie hid heard power opinion on hare been acquired and are held by Federal Lion or unfriendly legislation, by wbkh it itisinrirte| l shtrnM be brn.ul '
gnipd_ } Kentuckian to whom J ItefcriL throughout the Southern States, a-xsctts! Vou linvv hi-anl .1 good leji! <>f what Legislature .lid not |lw'-sa the JHJWCT Now, fellow-* itiaeiiB, lo the statement (.bat question over and iny uer again. I government as tnutteefor the SUtet, it may destroy a constitutional liv'ht. j t np.whl']I il! i T.aiidtlfjit! tO av.-id in all
that 1 was an Emancipationist. (Jell-1 i itleincn is calh'l mv 'liIiwi-linla' *'li. I went of i the distinguished, Senator from Illinois That looks almost as much hike "hi- li-1 futtiro tin.' fheMBtefiuti
sjn-e Mr Douglas and his friends held did notchoonc to answer question that and the citizens of all the State may wbkh mast to
then that convention ,asHemblcc in connection with thin HCCIIS.II' I to the St.tl s <'I l In.u,1:1.1, Mi. hiqan, nud that the Ttrritorialrgisl.itur. thd potiso iii which be undertakes to prove levI been to often responded to, but re- hold and enjoy their properly in them er law" sit some other "higher law we uzisluiced i'lthe: coattiet cit t I"u(55kii> on
Lore, my feeling and my con- lion, I feel it Uiy duty to tsill your at1'|' 1 IViinsvlvunii. and Mresso.1 the people the powtr But on these pomta all allegations against me by himself, I thus (erred him to judiciary to ascertain till they take on the functions of wAeragnty heard of further East (tnghter anti thehvrv 'queutonxiat'u.g a., thiwutitIutII
fe Ktill unchanged. After the tcntion to a utiit-r wbioli I received last i in the nut-thill of, I l';. N'riiii'of those were agreed -1st, that the action of the oppose, first, my own statement. Next, whether the power cxNtod I believed and arc admitted into the Union. applause ] 'Ii I es In annie < ( the Mates,
bn which took place there n evening from cue ot the Soul hern States slKt-choK wen- ever vrilton out Kforebaild I Territorial legislature unistl-u "subjecti tho proof furnished by my speech in the power existed: others believed otherwise The citizen enters the common territoy Jiod now, if I was tlirpom-! toinhitateaan I hII'Ilhil ol .M it i* in others, the

without any solicitation on my called the Tuskoge (AUKiin.il lle-il and no tie of them prepared by I i ( tho Coiibtitution of the U. States ;" IS"I. landing the Kansas Nebraska bill I We agreed to differ we agreed with the Constitution in his hand, eminent, but bad example. I iniirhtjtey In.e p.in. 1; whish (.n-Lt to regulate
and which contains a letter Iii,., exc 'pt l II v ti! <- lirieA-st notes ; and in emigres; next, the testimony of the ; -"there if not a honest nmn iu all (then, lii.i. I ('iIflI555
wwlie publican Li
| Federal Government Ttf-
idagaiustiny cxprewted ) 2d: that the limitations imposed by the to refer it to the judiciary; we agreed and the can exercise forming _
_ written by one of our own citizens, in t.f tho lepoits vvhi.ll.iri.jns editor of the Kentucky Statesman who America" who run deny that when tln-'r ->n,J "
persons his "Ir-Ihliseput each
feentetl to the country for the ofesideut Constitution should l lie dutcniiinc.1 bytho to abide by their decision. no pow rr over pcixjn or property Inn newly ccLu -
reference to public position, an.li ch to make. not one was, ever rcI is a gentleman of unquestioned intelli- friends of the Kan.sos liill dirterfl U|<"!i| ( II. I L'u.'
by a Convention and my ; Supiemu (xiurt : and iil 1, that all I think I have show that the beyond what that instrument confers, J w t(I n-fram from all
__ -cuuislancvK which ct-rtainlyde- oven in regard to lay private air.iira. It t I vissl
,te most respectful consideration was written by Hon. George lUibc-ilwm, '1 auuise.1 tv> soe tbo J vnrions versions of rendercil. [Cbeen,.] ((.Som-ral.Miles; who beard my speech at the Kansas bill, as to the power of a territorial his reserved ; and binro the Federal or a Territory to extlude slave propt rty I Soo-I; !, -, -it n-tame the ten-
_ could lie vain enough to auticit to a Mr. Alexander of Al.vUiina, and isi'i whit they calltho lipptramx1: sKxtbi | .- Tipixx'anoeami, finally my letter legislature to exclude slate toverinent cannot do this, still lens cant during the territorial condition tbevr! ttIflJ t'-ri. (,f goieinmeat. icavrn ; it
I (think this j is and
his would be placed lieconntry. dated August 23d, 1t4(.'). 1 quote aol i I'or c\auipl(*. I hiiii my' baii'l I aPo p.i- a plain true state- written to him prior to the Presidential crty it wan agreed to refer it to pro-the authorize a tcrntorial government to agreed to refer this constihition.il qm's.{ tn th'' jiij'l- << Mti.ii tcrritwry wSoi'th '
name I and for the
ment, of
1 deeiiu which at'1I purport showing elcttionof IWIJ all tion to the Supreme <'ourt that Mr. '
to liav
but having heard that much of it a* coinintnt upon | r pnsent* me as snjing that the view taken --- theseproofa being Supreme Court, and, when it Lad been exercise those jwwers. It can not confer j -y i'aine-Jtot;' condition wbicb. -
was theSouttierui
f VOU by consistent with Douglas was a to tliisa rerni'nt : *
was possiblo, 1 cotmUiitly I''J. I Tippecnnoe "tb'iople t the Ttrritoj j each other, and as I judicially determined, that we should on any local government, established party t ritiil- tb fcj to adH>H a State, to -
lng friends of '
It"Ididiiot deKir to bo pro *- C Box kin rip- .1(lend,' for 'tin-nmelves (hi- Elut't1OO| of,'; '
tht iew taken '
HIM certainly
I the lull riL'ht toaKilisli by uniform oily arising that neither <
the American people but wa Counted here mi eumncip.itioni&t, however have or i1r11hiihit my opinions. [A voice-Now of the constitutional question" be Constitution 'ongresrt nor a !hl.ahl' z..is or wibjh'jtp t.f dores-
'myself, I proce-ctt to read two or three have the
and than content withonore much he may have Uvn sin-pected ; abc'.'ry. ji.it Hi a State tro'M, which you ore talking] Now bear with between alive property and other Territory power to exclude it' [, I4JMuu.e--
.4 more by some for mpathy with bis iiiiclo, i i print ipleis as iJ.| a.s piibli.-an govern- extracts from a speech deli v< red by me It would not difficult) to accumulate me while I read a very nodistinctioii exists Southern property from thoc 'minindo- 1hutu.l 1 seIioetrsict'f '
which have been heaped little from ropurty ; propctlvn
zipir1l in the lloiiitcof lU-presentatives, in IKil the opinion of he Supreme antI that Mr.
Not this tpafrti 1 finally Docgl-vs.
bv State and country."- the llev. Ikobert J. lirccki'iri.lgc. He, iiient itself. pnlydiil I hewer utter testimony on point to any extent, Court of the United Ela\eb U recognised by the ConbtlUl- That, gutitse va. nn-in t ervenV .
jouked my forward with pleasure to doe not keep house and owns no slaves Mich an opinion, but until recently. before the bill jnusCongress! : but I think I have proved conclusively Dred Scott rendered States in the (ion of the United States, and there kino notwithstanding the agreeiucut, yet dcclarcs jots in I"J). It we,, i1' litterfereace
CHBO, in
/prowprct j I of nerving Kentucky in unless ho retain two that cmiii' by hi* 1 h.ul no riMson to U-li.-vc nnjUxly "\Vc dcuuiwl that all (lid citizens of (hat tlie charge is unfounded, and I will of 18o7 and three the spring word in that instrument which Rf VCH that the legislature may expol > ft'I', i I'- by ('oaktTeM, or tIme Teedto- -I
I of the United State* for the wife. I know nothing of the Invest-1'1 'ever reprelited ito as Ii.-tz-ui.g utttred the United States lie allowed to cuter add that this was the position held byj of the, Kansas bilL years after the passage (j.ngresagreaterOWerover it, or which slave nroDertrtrom the Trrrltories. neat ri11.. U'irn, l'4t19'Jsave thc queein '
Senate* Cries of Mfcowever meat in Ohio concerning which you in it. It isonlv witLiu a few weeks tliat'iI the common territory with the ,Cousti- j nearly all the Southern friends of the entitles it to lets protection, than other carefully point out the mode by whit b (-' I" -kekioul by-rise i'cphtwltcus
t year*. (wad prtaeKMd good-J)and I quire. But we all know here that lie mill niK-r to h.ive: t'vn it in any 'litton alone in their han.l-i. l/thiU) in1strument j "Nebraska bill," and !l/y portion of its My friends, ocean of ink have been property ; but the only power which supposed tim decision of the Snprtmo they ta i' i to form their State ( onm'tis5-

I rzifuae. to the was comiMitted to squatter sovereignty nevrsjiajK-r' 'I'.nt I have a V'er- ldghi i ia protixK the title of the matter '-!i Northern supporter These were our shed and thousands of speeches have Congress has i is the jiower, coupled with -Court may be evaded. [Loud applause | tK n. It is en W8t.i, rioUtion t-f th* '
could not accept
tot I c5rcuinstnce ever since his nomination in 1& <:. until &vus 1-upon tlii, tul'etno less aper- i to his slave In tbiscommoif territ, -j jry opinions; and they weie uttered on all been made, all the catch-word of demagogues the duty, of guanlingand protecting the Bat I am content merely to state the I dt under th ,
&*ion from and all possible forms of facts, and let the public draw their _
.tabonJoqRal principle an'ItTJ1..dL finding that Douglas would ovirzz heinz son thali tii'iiiiiienl V-iiHtor 11lino's i vou cannot complain ; and! If ittloes primer tfca.sions; but we did not attempt Urt- iwner in hw rights. own rconclusions. jtlflitl l'edlaturp, iipils-rMr honglaiz' -
lie hU ,freed I have time to iu to force others ling the question have been resorted to .
lim in the North, change. no xjwirc i not protect his title, wcosk no help freu.p j to accept themVc hodagreed : j bran m-v bcvry, to diuie slave -
iAipbLuiiu ) and in hi* Frankfort speech last January ." iiiiiitIti. iii :i lie pinpri.ty or dclicatj i Congn-bS ; and the relations of Die Cousti to Ftfer the question to the eloquent appeal to the piwsions antI I am content to stand upon these Fellow-citizcna, the serious illness nn I.' a.J vv<,iki I Ic he Ct-Brre to rreprty. innt.- '
_ woxr'ATIOaL turned Southerner, and advocated of agent l.imn who i is before the i tut ion to the subject we are willing to highest judicial tribunal in the Union.Cheers. .- Jrejudices of the people have been made principles thus announced by the bureme der whkh I have suffered for some tInts t t r'duii'i-i by lwitivtkzw : ,
I was not regularly protection by Congressional interv enion. -{ i-ountry for the office of lresident, in-li I have decided by tbc courts of the Uui- [ .] in the discussion of this issue. Let us ) Court of the Union, makes it almost impossible for me to ailIresi !- -reunthe pini. ci iV'e1ateT w

>tan eminent citizen ." tro k-rIy nominated for A* to the part of that letter relating and giving his person.il'| Again: the del Kites of that period. They will seething, boiling chaldron of partisan escape from these principle because the fully beard, and render it necessary i ui'- fi this (lnestlontii'reni-tonlal
-I- thl i* a qucntlono to my pcnonal affairs. I have to say testimony as to that gintlein.tn's opin- "It i is contended, on one band, upon dispel the clouds and darkness with and demagogue warfare, to the calm, case went op from a State and not a Territory that I should be brief. I pass on to a'' p"wr
discuu to-day, hat I 'o not envy the taste or tluirActer Sons I shall waste no time in the !isusi the idea of the equality of the States which a multitude of words has obscur- enlightened, judicial utterance of the ; but in my opinion, Uu evasions view of this subject in another aspect r.f| ;. aiwayt ;
thoroughly *x- of a gentleman who would \
in writing letter through the Union I w i-\\ to meet th.- art iisaticin.| property in the Territories, that the ,more certain than that the South imJs applause.] Thin opinion was we have been considering ,grew out Now, gentlemen, how is this question n 11(0(1 wr state of omn-
E- letter of your touching the private business of bis' Tlie Hon. Stephen A. I Wtu las, in a citizens of the slave-hoKhng States may ted! on the repeal of the Missouri line to concurred in, by all the judge, except of a proper case regularly carried up, met Do Jiot the constitutio] lcd her tIll lecfk,1 or psapilag.of, un the V-

Ve kional Di- neighbor Whilst he is incorrect in public address( node recently in Con- remove to tjieru with their slaves, and open the Territories to common colonization two, and was delivered by the illustrious and it determines every point of'differ mocracy meet it by fair, manly appeal'! Ro ; ; UV( t. F'xt'neee Toe Territorial( ,
[masterly and some of these statcm'cnts, I will not j cord. N U MJI: 'lint the local legislature cannot right from all the States and that Chief Justice of the United States. cued between the friends of the Kansas tbe reason of the people and I to tin* 1Constetntion >egsi.uIre baa i-orutituti. riles! _
\ delivered by merit the contempt of this audience by There is hit .n honest man in all :fully cxilude slavery while in a tcrrito- when met with the dogma of territorial In[ speaking! of the acquisition of territory bill.After f Do we not state our I Iirinciples 'y C IIflfIi54, T'ey lia- pres )
ground we entering into detail in regard to my Amrriot that ail deny that James Bu- 1 tie! condition ; but it U conceded that power to exclude her, confident in the the courtsayi: thIs decision, we had arrived At fairly ? Do not we state t hem'' Rn use!, that p'aer ,
IhattbeConFront private aflWr [A voice-Hut is man chanan and John t1. Bn-ckinrid, in I the people may establish or prohibitit constitutional strength of her position, "But, as we have before said, it wa a point where we might reasonably ex- the very language of the Supreme, a, :t S' lli hiruka gjsThey of (ha cetstituI niusi I
Streetjudgment 1 18.><>. wets plwlrtil to the doctrine of''':it when they come to exercise the power she offered to test it by the opinion ol acquired by the General Government, peel tranquility and peace The equality Court of the United States itself Dolt ion theta by CsO-th.s. nit1iu,'. I
'7 LYihJt; part of the letter which tilatai1' intetventioft bv <'Ouigri-se with ala 'Ki of a sovereign State On the -other the Supreme Court, and that offer was a* the representative and trustee of the of right of penwn* and property of we not stand upon the Constitution as't' heir. h'SUuIhies-t4d
_ spirit of ju to squatter sovereignty will be disposed i very in territori.it Mark the word as !hand, it is said! that slavery, icing in solemnly accepted, and the "agreement people of the United States, and it must all the Mate in the common Territory adjudicated by tho-Court, and do not I it!her ti. pcrnto-nl Tt510tt3t)
fi* of regulariitlcman of In answering the accusation of other it is there, u-lnterveiiion.! ." "I ,.derogation( of common right, can exist placed on tic[ record of the country. therefore be held in that character for having been stamped by the seal of we cxpreM our reasons in tempt-rafrla t I 50% i'uify ; tb"yd', : arI S'Isel'
whom men; but I am now on tb. question of uiivlc 8i>e-ecties *'r.nu the same aim] i if only by force of positive law 'tint! it i is And now, having vindicated myself their common and equal benefit; for it judicial authority, all good dtiaeinmignt nanly, and respectful arguments' The i i e : .tyanl 4l'mrto4 aIu ei-'ite.
received the vote emancipation. Observe the wording of f with J. C. BrevlJnridge, in 18JG, wh.n ,denied that the Constitution famishes and the constitutional democracy from was the people of the several State, acting well acquiesce. The time:aeemodto language Ia-which the Supreme Court11! Ct iuiiIlf.Ot tI, au : 5V'.Stie
- i of the Democratic I the sentence: "John C. Breckinridge lias i lie was uilvocatiiig his o.wn thiiriH to this law for the Territories ; and it i I. the charge of having abandoned the portion through their agent and representative be at hand when the agitation states the territorial question and de-i 1 ir, u( o pL-) 5 y rt'ft7.rhy -

____ _-_-f hole State were ext not been counted been an etnar. ..jation- the Vice 1're4d.vey soIl heard him RO i ii further claimed that UM local Icgixl we held hi 1854-56,1 turn upon the general government, who in would be confined to a'DtU haadfa ddes1tadShemnncrIn which it 11 i t. ui_: state of t d'isosiiiate
and disfranchised In that Con- let, however much bo may have U-cn i the extreme leiittb Iu favor of popular tore may establish or exclude it any my accuser and undertake to show that fact acquired the territory in question, of political abolitionist, which the con stated by the distinguished(senator from' a I grctiuien' _

ti L ; not to speak of individual' suspected by some for Mmpnthy with i sovereignty iu tic territories." Them i time after the goj'ernmcnt '(organized.. be himself abandoned the agreement he and the government holds it for theIr scrvative sentiment would soon putt Ulindu-how different Here are quest( S S _
Cost flagrant act of Injustice were, hi* uncle Bev. Kobt J, lireckinrulge*'' tipeakiu; of cutaiu t ther gentlemen !As both parties appeal to the Constitu'tion solemnly raodo at the time the Kansas- common use. umtil it shall be associated down. Least of all was any renewal of thins vpon which the highest intellects' j)rat,. tInruup (he "

latod, for the purpose of forcing Now, if there i* an individual here,, trom'tho South,who had addrosed the and hose their respective arguments Nebraska bill passed the Congress oltlie with the other State ad a member of agitation to be expected from -any portion of the country are exerci' d, engagmgl t,hluik. will s.CII 4rr (f

** the Democratic organization a parfit -. among the thousand within the sound 1 people iii4he Knrtb. he snysr I If Ion opposite constructions of that instrument. United States, [great applause ] and the Union. of those who had agreed by the the anxious attention of your w meat and I <"I. it. t inCur tIxity b4retil
individual u the representative of my voice, who ever heard or knew of f Iaevery'ouicoftheir sjuxx-hes they |[ the bill wisely- refuses to make a'' I tlo not make myself a witness against; No rant trash Kansas bill to refer the constitutiona best men. engaging the attention of ] h the Ter'iior1t

a p.'rnkiowa which Ishall my kympathikmjr with the doctrine advanced adv orated alutter ,ereignty in its i it question for judk-ial construction the him to do it. I will it by Atmself. there bat, no nagoguism, no question to the Court. We seemed to TOUT highest judicial tribunal, delwteJM I hs I.' ,,' ,, sell:.
.'able' to nhofr 1* repugnant alike Iceou I by Rev. IL* J. BrtvkinrWgf, let t broadest sense.' I j subject of legislative conflict, and prop- [Voice-'iClood, good prove" and great aumple, clear, lucid, dispassionate be at the end of the struggle, (assuming in the Senate, In the -House of Ilcpretativts <'rh a-aign w them
and the ponxtltotf 6U,'. -Owing tctms I him now upeak, or forever hold lilape&ce litre, in the Vrncf of twcbre lines. I Itrly refers it to the tribunal- created by .] applauiio. exposition, of a constitution that the abolition party could not successfully before an anxious people who 1 legiye anthorit

outrage of th aS brqceding T [Chert*.] And when lion. Ge >. !' yon have the wfrtU non-intervention,' I j the Constitution itself/or the very purpose In a debate in the, Senate of ihe United until truth.the The time Court proceed to gar thai prolong it,) and now patriots want to know the truth.
%eIethnaJocityof 1 tha degate*frozeTrbtate I Robertson will pecidace one renpectaUo, squatter novpicignty," and "popu j of 'deciding all wet h law and rarity States, on the second of July 1860 arrive when tMT&IitO- and statesmen might devote their cner 'The question ahovld b* dLscnssrtl on
government fa oecenarj ; but as to the fateests ofthe Unlea-. The spectre of I tioa, dIIrsstedOC all prejudice and pas-

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-l ilt-u, _? inoing anti selling spirita there, Mr. TaaocrMdrerMdMT a sits assemblage 4
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u "j -, iskZIsbubjotctIn cousizf_ 1dup The lair also prohibits certain other Je-i
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-'---.7 _--- 1 connuan s such, and Smtfl. b. uuucr ution but Garrison _. Undoubtedly SoatM., Doea he expect, do you expect: (of between ft,000zid pcn-ous.
Jora bnsinew from [
tbt: DanielVclter !character and antecedent_' log attained sufficient population I :a I1atuirMay then ex- l I therefore
wrP1" ? {( nify an on in the territories am not, : I
PtlI indifferenioourconaUtntional We
') one of the oldest and by hostile law*. The Supreme with the Southern State i was quite an incident. extract the
tbe ; of Ie Supreme Court teott eminent of shall bare formed a Constitution ComprumiM Measnren of IJiO carry a single (Cries
er opi.ci 'and Court ',, rights, which prepared to say that, under the I
htc I ha t' .5"u. \vould hatederd our public men baa not indeed said that been admitted into the Union, to impair aya the trrHtorial legislature can now prefer meVor the Presidency, jandcusUinmeon of -n, no* Ufencouragva and invites constitution we have not the to- j follow ing from the Knox'sfileccount Keptier1*

o < "'gtrt him. c* m I am a disuniont, but intimated that the right of any citiaen migrating thereto utotticlude that It, and Mr. Crittundvn say this platform f and iflf It is said hIs foenjlj claim Missouri.'I .-, aggrenwon.f lawn excluding Slavery power from! a of "proceedings of the tlay:

Amen fun tf.: potnt vut P4WIOfltYiVI3flCt if I ain not one myself, I am connected i in the ownership and enjoyment of he "oinlmagine nothing no Incon.tistetitandciajtradictijqf' could descend to count hoses, I doubt i will not enter tn** particulars at>outj -. the paw territories. IT negro nvoiTr.s TUB SAM*' At this stage (of Mr. Yanct.pttth anked )

( .1 *' ''ikh the TerioUte with an organization whose bone and I any specie of property which may' be as to' say that not theta arc rVany more of the sam[ that. Suppose he can. Yet I think he''1 f From tlr AttyurfCa..) Dityatch.BLICK PBlJkClPtls."_Stmck ofSenalor Dauolat, a voice. Mr. Manle-y, tlttt'u'esitient' Wl"Sfl H

ritorlal LcpUOonititutioiial \ the l Iwdr Li ditunioa. J refer to Mr. Crit-L[.recognized by the laws of any one of you virtue may of take the your property there by character who sustain other gentlemen, has no more chance for Missouri than I RECORD j S. 1. DOICL1S.I June Zd. 1850, jmgtt 1115 W 1116, nl. would l you do if-Lincoln was 1Yancey.

: L'- of the State* Wnden, and to a speech recently made![the States, but that this right having that constitution, and then to upon platform not so constitutional and[ have for JlaasachuHctts. What other 21Onig. JMx, 1849-30. the st>nd. H

Xot he Nor tr. Clay. IHW any ,by him at Louiiville. \[ been"solemnly affiriunl by the decisions say there i hi Homebody stronger or desirable a* mine.' [Chuec'rui.J] What ia, State, from Maryland to the lio! Grand, I It has bet-nthe1 of those who have Mr. Come upon and .ocl H
hO Oentlenien I have mightier than the constitution, that can the charge f Nearly the entire dclego-i will honest gentleman he EJr iont Prohibit Manlt-y come up
of the great ami nu-u illim- known and admired of our highe Judicial tribunal should any Kay expetts !been a Mr. DoogUa Slavery
Mr. Crittenden takeaway that which the constitution thins of a majority of the !States nuulc him to And 'I nowledg !tadcra in Georgia, la *Mal M. :i eat.
r'ted tliaeailui tl.i'iof jour hi.-tory. i since I was a boy. be guarded by Miital.Ie laws, faithfully you gentle- receivuf H
LCeeni! | Ueal *> hag known me.toward; Um administered antI if. in any cam, a Ter- nay you may hold and enjoy, and yet, this uiomiiuetiuipu anti it i* t>u>tainc V. -nnlefwMr. of his education in New l-A
t- Wi y.Fovernrnents'. bow i t ,3 L tL". Territorial and hia I hui\e ever chcmhcd, and ex- litorial (iovcrnmrnt sh.mld assail that )Staten to Douglas thin can force half the the masses of the Southern IVmocracy. on principle, answer--what object do I, t-jund and cousLsit friejid of the the lion Stephen A. Douglas, a mcmii-' years and there learned the Yankee aisle, B

Fr ilu hi.giiiniag poct to chrrihh, relation of the most right by unfriendly lciri.-Jation or expe.rienct 'rights Le accept surrender of their and by strong organizations in moe-t of, jou think be must have in coming South, and that hei faced mobs l>er of the House of Representatives! and said Iii Mr. H.V
will rend and hegoes. the Northern even answering questions,
they hare been ron j xla. uI.nsdiitle, respectful and cordial cUrm. There 1 should show that t-xh>tiiir: laws destroy a* States. Do they mean tot South. i.Vvokv -he can't carry live from Illinois introduced the following an-W
I'll question by a.ski-j:
Mid temporal- it it an* of the at are reaonn I do not care to allude to in ,I are inadequate for its protection, it (Applause.) I derive sonic satisfoction say that these lmuee> arc disunion ? Uiouuid iu TvunetM-c.) in her de-fence. Vluve been at some answer your
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tribute* of h .\ .i.iftud 'lli.-ii iuilg,*,, publK, Uch, even if 1 had ground!| then be the duty of the General (iovernment John C. from the fact that the Hon. Why, gentlemen.-' country is in a Some gentleman says he will not carry care to examine \\M record of his amendment to the joint roolution for ot.luer.flsuiley.. Ask It'Yancey '
*>.t .4 the for an oj.powte its Crittenden, whose name and had way if thin tis so. Bit the charge. five thouwind ire Tennessee. the annexation of Tex.i, uhkh had .
oth-r course would in the -xerci eol Suppose
govern. i- t. prevent power*- Ipjj- t fficial Jemoniitrati Stmth Who in far, of for
authority will < toward the are r
fficetx are a; p >.u l by ihe Pitvitit-r.t I Riiy but the most perfect courteny in re-I j illative, judicial and cxetutivon-each' dclarwl go far in this Union, baa is a reckless one liii- entire delegs-i he carrier twenty thousand, tlor k N-en prese-ntcil by Mr. Drown, of Tenne you j
it t.f : uIAfter by lila speeches an J rote* in i Lions from California uuud (h-t-gon united not t'tit-know he ha in the course of his iiblic c reer, and Prokh-nt tManlcy.
the !! chance
and Scnafc-;..! p.Tieasury public .i iie Flaking of Mr. Lincoln in acting within iU appropriate sphere, to the Senate, that the evviy no *, cc: i John BIIYsnt's'y. J
HII i ff % daily rXemt-8 term fully M complimentary aa his 1 proi idesuch security and protection asI which we stand principles- upon inmy noiiiinat4tuui, aol attirinech our for that State we find abundant t\\e-nceot\ hi>ho til- '- And in such State as may \lv, form1.cdof Will endorse ?wb**

'> the ]LegmUtiae. i' nh they invoke. I principle merit, and of Mr. DotigLw in!I the exigencies of the OCIOMOU may dc-. true (Cheer) arc constitutional and l1riniPlt thioiuuts'l.t.e these di'uni.ui t'.t.utee'l'iit'y.it' Is il not. th -n, his obti-t) in t iniin ity to Southern instittions and Southern said territoiy North of the SIi.-.- John Bell h.e sail on you breaking tsp **
t(3 ecIude t'ti iv 1Y from the Tcrff term of warm eulogy he comet to'1 mand" Fellowcitizens l-j **'"> '
ritories the Trea. [ enkofhui own fellow-citizen A similar oution! I cannot enlarge; I ( our domestic strifeVhat have thrj in every StAte in the South polk-y. We copy thierly from the f.iriline Union.
are'paM t you couct usit done that "
or could
from ;hat language following in the Houseof ely lead any man ] (\ voice'That's M>, ) for the Congreohioual Glol W invite j jHie
mon.-v to wh very pro| erVtruiuent : ly ajfreed to IZilresen. repelled (lieeuattiume purpose <, spct-ial t-hitll he prohibited. question at the re-qnot ot other '
against to
ty contribute* bv I : tfl *vt, are now ltft only to compare tatiifkof the visl.tture and if I lute not shown list it h. neither me, Union MippuKetlUil of the State they*would break up (lie I of losing to lie Ieunvcratkuuia'acs the1 attention to the facts resented.. record of this action is found in. Mr. Yawy aktd the-ir name A1

The practice of tb. IH-\IT | Mr llell with the third candidate What i* all this, but adopting in I nor the constitutional Democracy I arbitrators of* this They are inijmrlti.il org.uiization of tin se- States, their eauth.late.s -1 Mr. Douglas B llrTp. lMOt Unjust lo UieMHith the Cnnyrrramtal fjlofif. Vtt!. XIV, ( cc-l note* was haiult-,1 to him niffnetl S. II-

has warranted IhUon lot trine. Take 1 who BtanJa in oppo ition-Mr. Breckiurulge. principle and language the opinion of I hut Mr Douglas who from, tell d'ssjttitvanuul; and their prineipIeR, and throwing .- h> KirluMa\. out! i't'ai"fl, 2Slh( t's'tugrea..p |*eje I'M. Rogers Win Itegtrs, Jno. M }'lt suing.

iUuUrati.Mi vvL axnhvajg ttra.. And here again, an in respei to the Supreme Court, and the renolutiolis the agreement of the Kan departed u, bill they must do justkiand our Northern brethren'they ; the States into the- hands of their On the 13th day lMay, 1856. Mr.LVmgLw The amendment became |*art of the law }I \V. I.. rowulow, and O. P. TnniplerHe -

td to me to h.> >! % 111e *hury Mr IVwgla my objection it not to the I have read of the National Democratic Then ;passing to a more extended Union, and thus alone give equality in the political opponents-tli.it purpose, and motie a sia'cin the Senate for annexing Tex., an.l sill bt' found rolled out the names of them gentlemen
is that in Im1n of ianliuLate: aw an individual Convention Itoth in can they maintain no ot her. (t.tphultuse.]> ) 798 of the V. S. SMuta at
t1tc'g thran I khonld paitk* Ken view, we have botn that these 1 the Uiiioii and the defending the "sacid thing, from on page Large, and requested them to cvuie on,j
United States, in.fansareon J thejr cit- hpiv that If r. Rreckinridge was not n tucky, at the {mils, tuelve month ago, pies have lieen sanctioned by the priuci-prac1 1 Are a majority of the Colutitutkui.in It will l be, gentlemen, for the Dcmocnuy which the following lanavvrage cx- for 18.-W-1&45. It it Im o1erved. that the stand with him. After some little I

a loot '1 equal!!r. and tiMimon man. (A voic*-yw, he U.) by u nanimoiu voto jut l l.li( brandies tice of thus government: arfirmwl ilisunionii-U' St-naton Coiigrcxs of Kentutky, and for the gtntlemeii trait: while Thomas Jetferson and the fathers delay they .ippcarcJ va the stand as re-1

entitled to i il.. j piponsand ft tluir iv- lit. ought not t-> I.e. He belongs to a of thel lA-gitbet cue, have 'I'-clitre,! thttlitne the highest judual tribunal in the by ,I of tho IVmocratic memliers Are thrte-iourth of the Opposition l>aity, who 1 I.litre I.- "Tlie- next in the of of the public prx>]>oMtl to prohibit slavery ,jtmi-stcs.I. flMr.

pioi>> rtt .ii: un ls like aiHUMl tnl-evf faithful, demoted, Union men-.- principhi. ai.* ,tiiutitmal, anj asiulil; voted to I Ic' true by Imth ItlhtI House of Kcprcbetit.itivcK li.-nuii.ni.--ts.of tin-' our principles notind and Con>titntiolial. i ioiis e-omplained of sries acgress from in territories only ami while the Yuncey aktI them whi (lit.
< by
national ant I t'. (liictiinc.l the tribe of Kt-ntutkiana. (Qrmt ap- vital to the mt<-n-*>ts ami honor of the t tI kalp.irtk-M iu Kentuiky in"IXt'.i; un.uiillnonslr Are all the eminent men to terniinc whether they still NmtL Caroliibi, i the lisituturi republican party of ti-day propose no were ia favor of fur President. All 5isacredJohn
Now **- wt-rc plause He niiut hare boen State I I countenaiie-e such a ntsu-u-u-uta-ut. compromi '-"se's and no I-ss Stenhen A. Douirl.iK 'st'
,.. Tie then
.ih.4h..i Bell.
6nppoth.r K" !izts .. Deduced !>? iti. 1 l. Union wlio sustain thiL.IIIM..*. di- i-ll.i,.,.'_,.iti.,..,. ;t ;_. ...__.;l.i_. r *- isis Ltif Northi.ni.iii! tI />.!..- I n*<
out of thep..in > mr another '.i.y iroin Slit ptn 61 hit duty, fur Surely I might PHIIM- litre, but 1 the it.trislaturflt( l.j: an; overwhelm unioni.sts( My friends, thu chaige is to follow --- ---I hIlt,- the South of htr hie share of tliettrritoiies' sought, in 181o, to pnihil.it it in Stats-ui, he question he had propounded
laden ', | li.irtu from the path in which all in ot these out this line ol remark, or tosay though the jnvple wanted Is.
port with M ? onf the Impulaea want support principle hug majority of the whole DcmotratkKiity lt.iM.los mill ali.iird Why. sir even ianley, and requebted an answer
board aR. a n nlaid 4at <. It |Hw <.t! his blood onght to carry him, if he the iudi> idiial authority of one of our | in SUtc convention and declared Advantage many things I hail intt tided to r.iy this it was only on each.
: has >> ; been taken of the loyalty (Cries t of lioon"i( I in lib- very thee tliat tit Senator from 'tie. Doula. \,wrt> uSe KUhl ot Congress -
that pro| u. un.!<>r our ecoiue a disunioniit But Mr. most vttitTahle st.ili-siii.ui. I want the by Mr. t'rittehden hiuisvlf in ot Col Temple. &A1 IWH hat! ala!
the mor t the jM-oplu of Kfiitmky am! Mississippi di-spjvinM o peaceable to Govern (he Trrrliorir.
ybteui is l .ul. :. M t t U-yoitd nnxkinridgc ha made bimwlf tlie head authority of Mr Criltenlen Limy If.ApplaiiKe solemn form : position uuiikcit impossible for me todo any Union man though some ]Brett
to let x-en a ;
} to the
of only con titutional eiilully| surprise Aiul delight ol so iuljiistin>'nt of existing ditriculties, l>ecanso Oil the 23,1 of February. If 15. Mr.
; State liuiit will! h-zi4.ti0n. a party He it part and parcel of the [ j Giii'leiiien. whatev.erd but to lie Hound and the icentleiiien the inrklge men hat by carble-d extrwtV'rom
true. us- engHgtil in it, (the si-IKUKsiKnssKsl I not a.sTianuil Missouri voupromise Hue IVxigl.1 made a speeeh in the Hon.-o of
ThU rlu ,-'A i I- karuc from present purtioKV of that and 'ubU he mahae .w to tidtlity eiiti.il am of the principlesnfx.n hb he aonght to cit-ate a lit 4
; e party; an > my to ttt the lights and equality of th.' I Itt Cur than thev ejiimted. I Iam whi, h I !. could not be extended to tho Pacific. presentjitives.. on the bills for the admission upvtt *
shore, aisd N in *. U-j oa.lt h itt the case of Mr. Lincoln, we must flue t'uui.tituututi aid I lie I m.41 of th eSUtei SUU-s.; (Cheers.) Surely these tiling sure that the solier. Recond thought 1 stan That me.i.-ure was original ailopttii in of Iowa aiul Florida into the 'erent impre-stiomu. Thn rrtt-fjiiiziiif? j
limits ol fan a r.iitish juihige ef his public course by the >. 1 do not hoitute to x.iy. that in make am not jth.iin.of! lie reasons bywhidi Mr. IV11 he wait prepare,! to rtm.l"riielslaptisit'KMS | 4
any that he party a pj, rainid of authority, and argument of the |eoplr will rectill them to the buy( icr'u.iiitiuinl.. 1 the bill for the ailmissMin i< Missouri by Union. In (lila spetcl lit said: ,
cruiser c >m. in intends to represent lily opinion that eminent ehtlemaii i is in their in.iiiiti-n.iiK-e am mutt the properly interj>ntei I. Ho tin i
fin '
hi of their union of
support, a ought to a thl-t-.ui'diht redit1jliihi(4. asli.iin.il ol Chit- trirth't Northern afcl S>uthcrnvotes. The father may bind Lie son during
from thi i, 1 k t.tiad. ui.l How-citiiOT.fi. I thank deVoUii to the I ni't I Il.i not l licte cotnmuid lest Mij.M| >rt me. to char Mr.aiHrv wild j
file my venera them, if not to the adoption, Ktntivky will never al tsui- I am not nshame.1 of the 'Hie South h.w always imfesNtilto his minority, but the moment he attains itt: mi-an ,u
they are tt.-. I Ux-en-i hi |iti Cite 3 piiiui-i; < whiih hehelietrd ifftuuly to the uiil iiui'liil doll whk-h tone, bearini Ito abide Carblinu. &c. IYamry
% grave totisuleratioii ft piimiple she has tie, lured and char.U'ter; of our vvholej.r .inization willing tt> by it, and even to his majority, his fetters are severed -
and they are n- > 1 the limit* of Bering hope he > ft entertains that I ant I writ uii-oiii, >titiitloliij or mlOlllated of all mm a ho \vUh to know to In- the prim,-iple of the Cotisiitution.in f.VpplawMj. A i.uitjuilit it. a* a fair and honorable ad- and he in free to mrul.ite his own I Sikl be tiki suiptaie] any Jginitlcman

any Stt. No.V .. then. 4.rotrcts not a ilixunionut. (Laughter and a|>- t ide>tro tlie I u.t''it, and if ] the truth. And I lia\e tried to MitainI tht-m ? N'otiiinAmeiicuii : ie d xL ;UUM.) JJW) a humane harchiswut tiui.iuut, u.kirwiiierit I IK-HI prevail. ] ( anil be did not MI
of an lawyer he tan < for legitimate fm t (1t4 l argument. I will not aiisu, r fie newspiiier| ucvuvitions Yes, (hut truth will In 1S15 it waoa Uipted in the re- ( THEY ARE SUirrECTTOTHE thesUml, rrganl
sliii| i tax f>t the I'ni- .ivca mo M-nionally the bcnent of a principles| I aihotate. surely it will go a 1 am not toiiMioiik ot hating ajijK'aletl lout this gentleman and tin- smother it for (time prevail. Vou may soliition for the iinnexation of( Texas, by JURISDICTION 1 ( AND CONTROL OFCON'C.RLSS : Temple remarks ivt applying tn him,

ted State1 1 lh- : j i. I* upon tLi'toion. loubt, and for thin, too, I thank himtr5euieatdeiC3.r3. great way in pio\iihii that they are to any preju-IUv. other gentleman w ho have held extreme and a of lieiieath the passions Southern as well ax Nortlurnvote*, DUR1XU( THEIR INFANCY or. he would have ri-plktl in a tir.ferent

common ti.4uai.: aid (lit ) I An t ii my conneo-1 oontituti..n l, sitl l the true Union'principle Ties kltkCTor CARRTIMJOITOI K I'RIM'l- opinions, hiippiut me. ( 'entlemen ot ] 'is and prejudio-s preju.liif w nun ill sn1, but ide thtiseio.sKi without the slightest complaint that it THEIR MINORITY: but when I man ler.
flag of Aim it : and if tionuith prifH-iplcn or a which *. I hold in im haitI the Journal ; suit ttrownlow in tt the -
it Mr. answer
intloes {Htrty I'UM.Fellowutins. far moie t-atri-uit.' op nions siipiort| the the truth ill was unfair to any section of the country they attain their majority. andOHTAIN I qne
it on thein lap it doe it tendK in that direction I may speak of of the I'itited l St.ttl* Nimte. for the tItus other( caiuli..ilWh.it.| il A. H. C. the reiippe.ir; as tIier.xU.rcapiiearsalmve In JIti it retviietl the mpport of ADMISSION INTO THE UNION they (ion, said yes. and added- proi.'e>
the Ttt mot \ are ljktj i>e it presently. My object it now to re- month of May l.ut. when the lollowing civ e use hsstauth piintiphM will -and I>. whoM* opinions vou do not like thiseountrv( will tide Ilslieve -- every South.'in memlier of the HoiiHCoflupnM.ntitives are fret from all restraints and restrietion .vhentlieSet-essionikU go to Wakhlni--

tti0CuflhTj .u1.. 2i Uui..n.--- lit* e myself, jieryinally, fron/the Imputation resolution wa. a lopte. except suth as the constitution of ton to throne Uncoln, I am for MI '.

[Loud ap.lauu. of being a diiunionHt, and in ming \ote: than they thin harmony of tin Mate. They will make a e< rtam other tho n* k-built lighthou.se in the us an Mates has iiupoenand '
One oilier v>. geni-r-ai EtiII- ia. 1 would greatly prefer to reviv 'lltniltfit. Tli.it the I'liion of these ev.'riuuusn feel that in hi*personal rights set of principles, or no huruicilil-c at all, stormy sea; thev( will utijil,'. .1 perjH-tnal to the Wilniot L'ros 'mao. And again In each all of the States.Lbi.jre's- resist such an. attatk, antI they aLa
ict. I KV ii u-- *ia.le lr the3it. >*a strung tutu direct blow than to State* re>U (itt the e>|ii.khty of rights laughtir and ISIS anamenilmcnt walk over de-ail lioiiy on the-ir wa*
and right ot pro|>erty be stan Senator (nazi .. 11 l'ttru4iurg. lia\e it Kixind as it d.xii, like the reluc- and privilrgek auti.uucit.> hit'-hl<l'fl. and 1...u itig of e< iulity in tAe domain ou a for nit, will von. for this, la>tn (Itt to the( h.irUir of the ('uiristitsitiiiuu.I bill, on mif vv4t<:H, it ruth til the vote, S. R. Rogers fUtionteil Mr! P.rit'sethow! a1sjnsitluML f
Va. he .. L.uiua.e alit confestiion of a sorrowful friend. that It is LilK the of | eomIIK.II n Iamli>ra ((ox. I
tl tlie)
n> : ; (o *[ ( duty to till the Mates. 3 Cheers. stigma; ol ilinunioii njion one-half the( [Ijou.l ;applause; ) if 1 iit-ollett light--snd I do not think [
the p .,.1,* ot (Applausearid Uughler.In Senate, whkh iepr-nU the $tiitt-a. in liar- their [ ] They itmtoler.uy Kent tint I i-.m pohMhly la mistaken-of eve Mr. IuntiLss is getting no tk-sperale J. M. Fleuiin- If Mr Ull haul beriiintcrropitetl
nx-t in the 1'eople ol
< nstitulion iu ky. aluin-
"You have i ii -. : under the ju-o-iiiK, 1 may say in regard to the their SOM rtlgn tajiu i\ I.> resist all attempts p.irty can l U- sit ti'aial whkh inaintHiiisoHislitutiuii.il : (Gentlemen, it is unworthy. .l'. 'Ir.1' il.uii-d u prim-iple > ,.u you ltf-lk-v.il never to beright. Smtheni Senator, Whig HIM! Dtino- in his hunt after votes that he is utterly oil this point, he would eifdorse

COhSUtUtjOt. I .' in- y wr prop- Jistinguiitlied gentleman aMMKiat with to iliM riniiu.ite uiher in u-I.t- nit n bv their aiitt-otilent and bthe \ on U- misled but the t nit. even intlu.ling the St-nitor from retkle uif his nisi.stency. At Spring his an piin iples. Aiul
eI1y into U.. .. i 4 that I have me n' candidate Jor Die Vice Prfwdeny I lion to JNTM>U> or prof-eil IV in the Terri- we to I be driven fiom their< maintenaniv are' 1uiitci1h't bii'i| >ted on Kentutky, that .Soutli Carolina himself, (Mr. Calhoun.) field, iu 1M' we timid him Using the When the question wax a>kt>l Wio. ,
mine Y that hiii whole life in a refutation ol tories, a lush are the common jKKMions lulviK vtes. IV tli.it And till Roger, Mr. Krownlow said we all an-J
MI i h L I&ht to oar: 1.- our Stale to be twisted round the lin- anti if von liinl r-he aUimlomsl [irintipli she U-Iieved tol jet we are now that this i> following hauti.ruiusge: ,
iy your *lavi. s 'ttle. or your the charge made agaiiut him Born in of the United Skill's no fur an to the gel of Jiolituialis alt the would twist the man linexivptioiiable the piintipIeH l lie tni. H'riesof "We never will."lForinVMlf. onli se-eond to (hit ordinance ci 1787 in "The ,J/nnuMrt luiil swe-r in the affirmative j MYancey.
Corses that I any pn'r-| North Carolina, reared in Kentucky ailtanta eK to the t'itiy.ilt\ of one Mate a iruiiu-htxtic threul.' Are) the true, what brave man will l be deUrreil ttiuik i.'uuo i that m> fiMit i.- Chic scriesof aggressions on the South." Iflf hfiirta f lianjimiHifr trho uri* I asked him. I sup l 9
peopleotKcntuiky in > JIM ml
t aUjMtrtuttr
ty that I -- \> wen y oui pet long living in Indiana, more recently whuk are not isii.ily| |" ue-.e'.uretl l to those to lie in.ule to turn their from his support In a false t laru- pl.intul on the lotk of (the Constitution Conyrria (jloff, .IftpeitdiX, s-ti!. 21, part 1, It,jir'at'rreiinderp-b'uile the nifii oflonou knows better than you, unItes U T havrfl*
there from far off Oregon, he ha been in all of orery other Mate or of disunion .' 1 SG9.The. IJe-vnny us r aiaeedon a Btcreotypttl answer 1Brownlow.
you an 1 t : M fin-tillt; otM backs UMlay n never couKl iiiukr- surrounded and su-t.iin.il, frieuil.-I lj je
exact iquaii.! law. You [viru of hit country, tried in all, honired Mr Ciitteiuleti ote IK on record in thiHight true and up constitutional principK-x they I.it stand hitteit wi settional to iissrrt at''uiituutji.uial love and thtri-h hol.ling by .- territories In-long to the United principles the
bring your 1.1 i. 'tw huHt-rt t.. in all. He lout tierved hi* country the aflirm.ktive on hut r.t-olution. (>n year, by loud and imrc.u-onil; ; lamor ( right, for 1 lum- always that have U-en in everv form indorsed,, States tie unit' |coj.Ic, one nation, and in the same nf spirit Umttti fraternal Mutts, conu'sivnp.Ii initiatt-,1 into your U-a ueYancey.

thel x-al< I.i\\ 1 i i. ; tuirw with a-ith liiili distinction in peace or war, the sauietUv. the t foIls :n icsolutioiiMtHf Are they to U- driven te ,artl'"*' ''hi" Constitution covering by native Coinmonwealthwith are to' le INpiiM.il of for the common I p. No-en you would have ln-ur
terriiuil. my a and rtilcultitnl tu lie
st.miereil raut-eIerti'er
me, subj
Observe i : v 1 i are tinnaux- i>riuUofhiii pairiotum and cournRe "AVWtiBThat neither (Xm-tresM imra '.tliMinioii," t tioin m.iintainin tlieir I'.ut vtnile you are wranginir ami calmlv aw-iit the triumph ofthet'inlh. of the Constitution, l-juh State the mint Yiencey then rc.ah l an extract fnrni
auiniuigutiir.eh t SiA-abl bnml nf ('HUHMl .
<> rrrer
did last / --
right tiitfr i act oftren..un was to add nnotli- Territoii.il lixKl.itiiiv. whether byilin as a memlier of the lutes John 18tir iidi| (tin- extract publishe.1
it p and constitutional rights And a hen Ken- ti-a, t Itsrusic ilisimionists( allover ll'ioliMige.! :ipjilaii'. | Confetleraty, aright the evident of i.uMkoninion
carry your |" ; .- : i *!* l riit<.rj r star to the galaxy of the Union -t Irgii.lHti ouio r l K'i-l.iti..n ol an tin kis .i.,lved toexprem her own o]>in- the countrv. ami working attit tIc. to 11 voice in formim. the rule anil aritit-cI to in.licate! ex that THIS COMPRO-I a short time since in the Uu.'giuer.>

that he ha ; 1" :i. <.. and I lia Loiid applautio. | indirect or iintiieinil v huni> (IT, ; O MS ion of her own right* in this Coiifeilera- frth>> oifrtliru-i.t ii... 1'i.i.... ..u ti.'",_J J-'rum IlwAnyuvili'ii.IEtsitt/i. regulations fur the government ot the Mist: HAD BECOME CANONIZED IN: and said, now. Kentleinen, I y mer
'. When a man in before the people fur power toaiinul or iinuiir the coiihtitu1tioual : territories; but the different ifeition- question, and answtiv ,
Blown that Mates. 1 your
ii. < flItS hey are Ito
let1ouIy. iii. > me spirit ol tile- ( Oulituuu'uiwf-attlt deny I Constitutional Julm Ili-II Aol a KrprrMrntaliire Alan. THE HH\R'I-S! OF THE AMERICANPEOPLE
i>ui>nc trust, a great deal right ot < iti--114.1 the United North South H-tst i W folio*in word: -
A Senatr i., ; .1 u dilution: car"i dependi on any sunk so low that she uare not do it ( rights : lor ujH.n the C..ntitut aol .t -have no n
Our readers AS A SACRED I
ill liear witm> that TilING
lispenonpl character and antecedent State to take bin slave property into s.s suth right. IT is NO StitTisFst's I now proceed to answer this qrtv-Btih
C Thtu-u earth, couM (lYiesof "No no! nod chicc'rs Siah ion the Union rests. They are those VIOLATION ItS WHICH NO
Uui h then depcndK the far.t the Teiritorioand there ) in the vrt't'iutaustacs we have dealt RUTHLESS HAND] unable- to in wlutt
.. on whether coninioii liold Bir.HTS TO PROHIBIT although tt-iveive
(a it ewaV N. '; r a hen j out were not the men who laid the foundation who all tote the North are eng-ogid today SLAVSKY. WOULD EVER lIE KECK LESSENOUC.H
gi thtr. it i > a local law. [ tutu"a disunionut. (Cr> of you're and enjoy the same while the Territorial of thisSLiie. Smli were not those in trampling under foot. without faiily with! our opponents. We have Uiaifjrfxf t'Mtf, ..liiouil.iia!. -"I, furl 1, TO DISTURR" manu-r my future act in Alalxima Cn.in .
(not. ) Born within sight of thu condition remains.' pijt :a b9.; i the least dezrrt*. arfett f '
-- p i.% i 1 : Uieanthorthat spot who maintoinoi our independence in17'JS. xhame, the plainest rights gu.irante.il tous brought thepioof of all our accusations ytw
5ehere we are met-- known to of Mr CrittenJeu's i i.reci rkl l in At Prm iilcnce, li. I., during his recent here, on the question of the t-lert, '
L the
ih many Federal
It an.t -iii the iiioi Now the tjiK-stion is one of thee by Constitution. (Che<-rs. i -WI. have not ili-sirtil to sage heated II r. I> it it tZ." : i ; i0COiASt1tU- you for neirly forty yean, your representative favor of this lesolutioiiCin <|iial rights! ot jicrsoiis and iu llie'i i a Prt>ident
in legislature of the tlathe ..ll.a property warfare nx.n Mr. I'KLL, U-eaiisC we IHliev -- tiC Blavrry. act of UK ficneral A f
Kentucky suine t ing follows By an -
.3 fl th'-v i -: .i againt-t the rexilution the Tt-rritoiie*. though indi-ol IHhinil rcliiKol to deliver i up a man indicted for :
:n the Couugrers of the United State tile Itte-til the N-n.tt.-: just :- iii hint if g(, l fecling'is lii.iint.iinc.1, (Iii the thusamid in Alabama, tas.e-l last: winter, i ,
saint; (lie
ttiil I. Li- 1 .dapplias**.] this outj( ift lie all our oinstitutioiial felon3in Ktuit sub)', l ecau>e hes.iystin.ilerthe same I M y friend over there-friend or enemy
ind other station of public trust I in- ''Rgst.l,,.!, Tliat It elielivitlt| > hhoilld law of I Ohio) it is hil>.iity will see theiilIiite hopelesa h. Mr. the duty of the (lovt-rnmtnt c >*
fltle ii. i it i i i I. t the avri rights. Tlien it wn a ijuestion no crime to sn Douglai continn.il in the an the ca.->e may IM*--wants to know \-f
it 01 b. i ii .-.i i-;-tat HT m itious ito any one to point to anything in my at an) time pro i> chit the Jixlkul antI of the tretilom of s|.tfli. soul whether ntcal a negro. To-day, in the State ol ness of his lu-tales| ts, and! vote for tlio eciindiiliites follow ing surprising strum-surprising, something al*>nt the Minsouri Compromise. event a J'.Iatk Republk-an shall In rltx

'I iE tiiiu n- -> ali the itctli- irai.tcr or autecenU which would Executive authority tlo utottuu.ans | >SMS the trieiitllexs foreigner might U> driven \\ isi-onsin, a man in p..pl.iL.i country for reasons to l I.e IIN kerlup i oiu < ustody lie Martial to telling him all he
I-'iitc.-be4gent1c.l iChceni I I will not degrade righfe m a 'Ji rritory, an'l l in the breai-t of the I'nitidont Need nl the United Matt, is: protected by amob. their out ii, the C's]luulse rite uif tin; primiples sentiment are found: desire to know upon that tjmitstiut.[ I make u pn>claiuation of the fast an.1

fl iflih .he dignity of my declaration on thin If the Territorial& (ito i-a uitutunt slu-uld I recite the glorious |heirt Virgini.i and wh *c Ian 1-ta prontilinio> stem (to of *the o.l.Iskitious in < !eor>;ia.We I have already had occasion to remark BROUGHT IN THE HILL TO REPEAL that an elettion iliall then he hi Id bv

,ti-r i. -" |u--. 1 eliw rbi .nhjMt by epithets, but I proudly hftl- fail or rcfiiM. to pm i len e the bitU-ie-t enemy I hare liiM for that it will! !le the in of the( Constitution (lucre twelve of the people| of (lie State, whkiiCtMiveition.will
nmy iutuis.- thf North I the were
Mates tan liigit i slave
teti 'ii ii U.i tuiui.3reIertv in Mauy replied to their rtix>lution* u law we do not intend to do it, for ileiiniK iutiou In other words he imloeke I the ml atitirit's -
Ii I. 'moe L .i ii ti. >bo tro.ii t>. in earth to point out an act, toiliscloM.tn duty of CongresK to supply Mich leneiency h.iguluati7.uuig) them as disurnoui-.t !Is' exet uteil( cxtvpt here and there along I sin ve Mute) and six of them have t'utnmtiilt't'shait the sot
utterance to reveal of within the liiniti of is not argunieiit, and we do not UlievK -- since : lox, out of whkh Mr. FIU.VOREs amid bIas the State
a I itOI' ill: Iii ii. ii K children, a thought mine its coimtitutionitl but, nmk'tcir.sl by threats and talst- the Under' How many of the !States in abolished slavery This fact shows ereiguty rongs requires
retut unit h'! ,11, j. ty, is sul iKfetile to the constitution and union ot power* principles, tl.tj iimuiiinitel a p.tlitieal the North have pasmil laws making it that if o-ltuts-l, hwill be that tht-Ciiu.se of fieetlom hita steiulily 5d so many evils hail sprung. Yet at its hands. IAn

t' the al i'- .ii. t do! it.'t favor of this row.lutioii. .iuutl l imprisonment to aid the rc's-t-uInil| in the name ratio. We alf look cheek my speech. I am a Stabr Righla inanlicliet -
: wfr i ti-ott :ou liU-rties. [3 I'lu-emj Now. iuISM.dMx ottuers of the the iiulitutii.il with which he i is iileiititi.il. by jonl with IIOIIILAS, ready totiik
No. my ft I iend. the mnn dews not Then 1 ha\e the \oteof my respected United Mates eyi-tiiting forward with confidence to the time- in< in the right of a State tu comman. -
I 1 VI tf th.it i- uea ha.i- Kentucky dare to defend the the : in !. <* hint PaustloriCs lx>\ and all I
Iii it in -any iu>t'fIts

i.itwt, titothir M ;. a rtriKinc tvuitutkv. no matter how txalted Iii.UtHn minute or uinm|<. taut thtet the I ICes she dare to assert the cably: eiti/ens, an>i therefore that mj afle-

13 ma.'h it ..h.Ii l h, ,834. wtu.n or Character, who ha.i power en- union of tlie Mitts: test uieiU equality| the state*!, and her own I light in the things hunk at the concentration of : that hewas, ashisfrieiiil.s North Carolina ami Tennessee, "will I might fill our t 'per with similar glance U first\ due to my Slate I do

_t gtateiiiie!, ', ,.- hi, iii| .euate aad ugh to c-oniitx-t my name >ucve tni of emancipn. extracts from his reconl!, but wt have not believe in t'xt-nising the intlivulual
aitlu the ..lightest taint of dikloyality to neither C.eigi-, nor a Urritorlid ICKISlattin tlnl advaiue thou" miller the operation of whkh natural right of rebellion, until both
'< .iwe, anil .1 -h-.ii u i. 1 l. :ik-nt otin n.titiitioii.il signify an unmistakable endorsement given enough to show that he liettordcerven
United stattt 'I. :i.: v of Flor- [hecvu titution and Union of my un ; has the power to annul or impair of the ioveriilnent : hers by the ,. ciKroruluik-nt-i. Sv t our- of them. We hai- thone States must, in process of time, State as we'll an Foil-nil Constitution
(Applause A i-oice---Nti the con.titnti.iiul e not tlt>ireJ to be-come free." the brand of "Kl.uk IMCLAS"than broken, and right dent mveil. If
;:t onJertfiok to l.uia 11\ .-u the fJavt try you'dJielirht' right ot any citizen saiution of jmlkial authority. 'Ilien, selves en\iron l and i l.w.1 in upon ; are my
rfrf.lenthi'h li. tn the ) of the h'htite'.l l MitM to title his slii\e will she fly trom them-driven by the with sttaily anil rehntlebS steps.| State make the light oit ISi'LL! N-cause, though And again, ou the same page, the repute of being a friend to the I the Federal ConstitutionitluUl [Tbrukni,

f _rncf $'.iuknt4 'Hii, rcc.i.knt Hut, tellow-citizen, if there be nothing propel ty into the common territories tUnior of liell and noisy orators, or alter SUite en.uting laws. making itielial objcetionable, he is more iut-eptahlo to mup-akingtmf a proposition to amend the Souhu.Ve may the record I of and ilestroyud by the usurpation of a

IC : Viri1r. ; i-I Thur tuu. in my character or antecedent, to and thore enjoy the same while the territorial will she stand upon them brave and | in thepistple to a stst the ofhiX'rsof us than Mr. DOU.I.VS; and we cheiihliti! the eoastitution pursue Higher Law faction my right lo resist
ju tift accusation, what u there in condition remain and that if so as to preserie an u his unsoundnoss and incon.si tei.ry an is Kula>rtliuate to to
: 1ungre-- < tip- .'enitorLeli su'If-1aistul| l. and m.iintiiri alike her (the United Mates to execute the laws tin- hope that 8omel>ii.sitf co-oieratioii > my allegiance my
t l -viimina the principled upon which 1 stand It such right lie aaHnile) l.\ the territoriallegislature rights the Constitution antI the Union I whkh pr 'tett voiir rights arnidimol''. | "tsjuilihriuni in point of numl>ent be- we have room. II ii the most striking State Constitution. At an iiuhaulud. thet t-
LegislAturu' r tr'i 11. might l whi,
; urnuigdl by h the( frit-nib
iti&flFt t'urmittec t If I h not pretended that the resolution it lvoiue nec-exsary for (I''Chews, and crieii of "We'll stand bythem. making: seue.s from tlie Marshals and twivn free and slave Staten, he says: exhibition of the des cratc en.Is towhkh \fibre, sLut ttul rrbrl ayauut snot tin rlrrttvm.or .

tiug of t rir-- i'0 itt. link coin that hich r, late tn acquisition of Cuba, Congress to interteie t<> piole* t it.; precisely ."] n I using to surrt-nik-r prisoners : a thorough of the gu.st: principle of prottition 'llien. sir, the PmOiseititin| of the |> |/ thai trvulJ If nffUum aiut aijanut my

: -. .4u t-t I beproptv .Le I'ju-itic Railroad, the right of natu- upon the SAIIIC principle upon[ Fellow citizens, if my strength will anti-slavery opinion mat in ing and might ileteat the twill hor.M i >f Jlepill Sen-itor from South Carolina is entirely: an unbridled ambition will drive sun Siiite wuAyn/y. But w hate er tt ur <*

Congrci tii ti,. U'I( il..* i ii,'" l state* i.ilizitizcm! JU-, contain dimmionntiiucntii whuh we stati.I l t..UiCbecr*. last, tan you l bear me a little longer Liking the toiin of political nitii-n inUie lit-tnisni and SiuatlerS>vereignty. Hut imjir.ictksilile. It is also inadmissible, a retklcMt polititi.m.* AIalmni.i may take, that tt.nrm I thai
< It muxt then 1w, if any- Mr C'ritteuilcn. a lu-a- U\K alter, fol- A \okv -"Ye week Northeni( States : inroiul in if procticil.le. It would revolrtionize lo bound by as a citizen, and if it U tacquiesce
when sul !.t .t t. tie oj -i |. ol t iu [ *, a -go on evervilircttion he cunv.tss his disi-lostil (the strange:
lit'.n dv 1 leitit.imi I nhere. in resolutions* aa to property lowe these ieolutions \In a speech in I know of but one politiial orgunizatioii at HarH-r's| Feirv ; arson inTcxa and the fumLimental prineiple of the tovenuncnt. -- From the Anyua (Ga.) Duyatth. 1 shall do soii it ii* to sectile -
just legi" .1 i govtrninenti in territories, and its protection. I will the i'eutuituwititli j :ittI l rh-hortext|) in the Mhkli asKerts the Jirintiples 1 ha\e : the South environed and livset : deplorable I'trI'| of (hue laiti/ann It would destroy the great Extract I shall cost iny fortunes with that
.tli :it nut t tU tI..V Ii i I., port-' '> t-i rrartinc it-ad these two resolutions. and you ran Daily "GloUtin1 ..1St isI oisaii ol attempted to defend 'Hie* Kepublican the Constitution thrown with eontcmpt( of Mr. ItKLL, as they cinnot u-lu'ut him. prim iple of popular equality which must 1 Of Jitter from a t'rtriul J.itfilPiiiLAbkLrilM. of the State. If the Convtntion shall
-iii < i i.
i % use complained
tn'n.. ill I- nml I void utie whether they accord with thecontitution that l Italy It i is rtu'. tUt Mr. CritU-n- organization holdS pre go into n consultatinii with the

nd turtM-1. 1 hi-it ;.1,1 att. n.bv-i. any, the decimon of the Supreme den eipies il a hov| (li..t the time principles_ 'I hey say we have no rights exiliule lur fiom all I theast common alliance with DOK.IAS, to ]>revcnt It would lie n retrograde I must now tlosv by ti-lliiig you of other Smthe-rn States and act aa they

one to eiitot. -. xu t j< t>. t'--t: | Ly the Jourt. and the practice of the govern- might never o me when it would la lieceskary in the Territories with our propi-rt_-.--- domain of the I tiijiui, aiKlthusto( Ix'pin the elet (iou of lRkTKiMUixK.! and movement in an iige of progress, that? the result of Sunday'* politics. Monday agree, 1 shall abide by that action..
(ItCh Kit I have shown it to-day.: for Comrrew tu intertene to pn Ct.ngress tots (that ''intpreunlih' contli( t"whkh must would astonish the world." -tlescjreri.et- I he : It shaJNKiiile to demand new gus
LegwlatiM- < "". il i ol gt. i. ritory of They say a light to ex- keep open the agitation of the slavery jut-seiiger were called upon for
1. Itexilvrd, That the government of a tect th.-w rights in the territories. 1 end in the abolition of al mini, Ajftmdix tvl 22 tics for its ri-hts. before it will re
"ldrid.vboiild <. !<. I line tItle it, and it i it its dutv to do HO ; but slavery in the ; pin lfxiyr their tit ketn, and it was agre-etl upon
;_. and iniiri-.iim- ,,t i jUl.i.1. .- i i.. by *-et when apolitical iiiestion.| friend of Therelore the it is time for every that I should follow up the clerk and: ; longer in the Union, I sluill atiurthat.
p.ivCongr1. whkh MrI'.iiEiKiMiiiKjK .
| printiples
*. is provisional Mid and territorial will !- ou In tine, as I am bound 1
an.l uppioveil If1'resi temporary, any authority |isibust ItS long ut they are quito sure it orfrini/ation ventures to protest take: (lie vote for lreklent. Here it iias
dntJahaI! Non w..uld ii i.4 beau luring its existeiK all citizens the so ri kletk of its constitutional obligation will !Is- done by the Territorial 1gisla in Constitutional lauiguitgeto ask wan iioiuin.it.il, to treat Mr.KallhrullY D.uzlas Exclude llrUnrm Maim that ,Copjrrm lUuki vr Ma Ar'drni */ taken among crew and all: itre-ckin- shall I acquiesce- all that iuuy

to un.i'-i-t.in.lr.i.- Ciiitod Statt-n have an <*iual l right to as t.. make it ne, ,-ssu.ry for C.ngniM (nrc. for Constitutional( rights- thr.se rights Mr. I'.KI.L and his allio! as |M>IitioaI( enemies. ttpiriu from the Trrrllorlf. ridge, 13 ; DougLiHlI ; IVlla ; Linen may de-cide to del.

insult tat till- jour w '-> not .in' ii>:> ii K>* say by ..tttluititIe their property in the territory or the other h.raittlic's of the Government ruts HULL r\RTT. whkh( }ou have sid are lours, haling Tl.ey hale h|>iirmil an alliance On the 13th of March, DCO, iu the :2. Two of the Cell men were the rank If my State resists, I shall p

( < IDrtto plottit |'l..p* it! inst thencrostliiMi without their right of either person to intciieic for the prot Yti<..nof In rtv.ixl t<> the plattorin ml,PItted by no ear to hear lit, eve to see, no voice whit h would not only have represented I speeth already quuteil from, Mr. Douglas etJt fire-eaters I have ever wen. They h her, and if I meet thin gentleman j
piojierU bring d troyed orimpairetlIn personal rix'hU an.1 it at- of to rebuke these liif to Mr. Brownlow.j marxhabJ
pi Iurtlw'rty.Cheers. the Convention which nomin:ited %lr. censure nnsutiititiutioutel swear that lit-II was the only man that
nti-ot li.' | -ii u i Lezi1- their bill distinctly awierU-d the right of "(kin
hiillitlhtlt'utu soured -
\et 'l i I lvnr that either < 'oiigreifeioiift. or territorial ( | lit 11, of Tennessee, aisit I Mr iheutt.: of iitroiM hmenU, von turn ii|, >nand n vktorj could elect Lincoln, and then disunion, his bayonet to tippeike us, I'll pIn
itfliTO u--I t. lcgi-.l.Uion. Uut in the sp.i h to st Ii. h 1 refer, lie M.inKuhtisetti>. I have only to s.iv that tah, with i lainoroiis cricij of disunion over tioiMlisin, and given JK-SVV an.IHI gre s" to prohibit (the introduction ofi 'I hey di'ht't U-lieve there would 1 lie bayonet to the hilt through and tl I
I -u'g?' ititr t -' U- for .'. IiJml, That it in the duty of the nusUins ihe Miritiori 1 o I. rtain spetie-s of in the territories any his heart and (Itt no compuuvtiti
"t .. 1tin { upv lit uiguag ctit.iinlv it iinnoiiiKi-s no priuople at voiir own ftllow.-titizerjt, who urilv to our iistr.ictnl! ( country. property fighting in u-unscquu-iut-e of a "iinittil
a imii
a(ku-Crititu.ry.pr.'tcHhm liii? hit h. i il a1w3r8 nleral: go* eminent in all iU departments whkh) tituiuu.-iu, H.U'wilh list all 111"'!! (this Kllbjtvt Kelilleiuc-li tell 11* :are strtiggliiiti lor lour own iiiIiU, (nip.[ Oar) t.l.j.it ion !'i Mr CeLL is that he as Ix-ing "unwise, im moral, and I HoIutiou"" of the-Cotton States. They the act, and thank my (ltd my tount
to protect when nexxaMary tho of the Hiipreme Curt it-elf. lie sa> s"M Ilit-v are a.Uocnting the ilainnxil tlusedlbtllitfuishixl plaiine.i, and like the Jew, when TituxUMi to wished Yantvy success iu dividing the] has been freed from such \ (vu'. Timan.
Uw of
the luau 01foult i is contrary thutprhuciplts! R.und
fa not i ( i public
: n-pn-senalive lie
rtlj lights ot and property in the ter- i.lea tjj.it t Mr. ed instciul man forgetful of his b.Uivily hail at
h. l l. person > IIM.II| viibj men llx>li the (M-iiM iplesf thcnity, of <1.-firulins.the IK-niocraticimrty. and by that means
not I nii Mi i ii.' lr; >u|-. ,i nbm Ii.iteg-iIaitiienf. rit.Ti'-n. anti wherever its conititutionalauthoiit I'resident. without a hli.ul.w of uitnit.(. (the Constitution, the Uni n, ,uthe\ temple of lour liliertk-H, }oit wiule differ with .iijwiity, ) of the ix-opleon I poliey, among whkh he enumerate.1 aii-omplii a dissolution of the Utui torts fratricidal sentiments of hostility

the Iii.ii latkin.'t ) extend. is that aTenitoriitl x"v-rnuient U tin- Kiifonvment of the Lawn I presume !tthe prtvioiiit hour in iriNine wran hne p.-t-t issuer. unI i is not fairly and wuare- proKrty] iu "lavf-s. Hit said: They Kiud some of the-( papers Intel ititriti towards men of the south who dioei

rilyfLatf'htr t expea01 A I ;' Hies" are the principle* we arow.Are .- mere tTeatve of 3'tttgyit. made and that the-rti ia Meiircvly a man in thin as- 'land mutual actuxiiti..ns. ( Uenevvtilappl oiumitUsl I to the* ,l.tttrjuu** whit wecomvive '' P ut you tiny that we proponeto pro that Alabamawouldn't go out of the t with him upon their views of their right

( I aulill. MI I- --- care lly Constitutional f Are they just t fashioned lit ronirn- .fcit ltIt1es] wills (n'liibly iie-rhapH very lew. North or .nise | to Up.inimoiiiit to all otlst'itut".it'tituit : hil.it by law your emigrating (sit the Union in case of Ljnfoln' election- and the time and manner in which they

to4 ire they Motional, for the Constitution what function* it [ilt.uis-s. uith what South who will admit that tli.j sire up- j I rule DKrK VT OF LI VTOIA"i territories with jour proja-rty. Wk PRO- All they hail to say was tItus: the should be inaertod and supported, but

mr. < HV .4 nuaxj.i i-ti rs the whole Union. (Cheer*.]- l-owier it thinks prf.jn-r to owifer that posed to the Union, the Cou titutinn, (i A single word upon am.thi point. now at issue-the I do-trine Poor x) teCuit-iuiO i We rwognizo your wild s<>, were lowerintf sheets papersthat ami who, if they crrmjudgrnant, err ontUo

u n : iti7.iTin: prui. .: I hive Uhbe alit, ataittle ujion the Con ti- all these [towers nre li.il.lc to resumed an.1 the Knforctmcnt v( the lava ; but I ItHiviiil that Mr IJncoIn, represtentinjj lh.it the UrritorieH are the common right, in coniinon with our own, to emiipate wilfully misrepresented public sentiment side of patriotism and through devotion

fried i toet.IV tn v ih.Ii.-ate h. -<. the. Tiitn.nHI niHther be Hcctional nor a at any time, or to !It tosh,,.uu.I l and >x itroled the intuit diverse and opposite opinion the must otltuiive punt ipli-s U-- pioperl) of all the States, an 1 that Mttlii tu the tenitorie-s with your prop *. I will give you some more new* to their native bent!. If ItuvMt-nce. in

prir.ii1i i iat ; IIPOU al.:4i: th.- jI -.. .Iiunii.nistg. I have shown you that an-1 rlmnx"! at the pleasure of f :us to tht kit nujule! of Hiistaiuiiiic the fore the country, oiijht to .lefejiled, with sluves not cxtliiiled L erty, mini there to hold and enjoy it inKtiliorJination n a little while. Fox. pity, refrain ruling ito thuutlerboldt.rrtiHhin'r .

i Lq-inoula.) v i411I.t t.ut.o : u they tin-He prim iplen are taken almost word Con res*. and aixonlinto di-Tetioii. Constitution, usual the tharatter of the t iiijl that I am the only man in the( say ni.iy to the law you may nndiu this olrl oak tnsv. WMIM hiuuuhu

i ar. ti' ilip nu i14u .. Lany for aunt l from the opinion of the t>upr Of f >uiMthure is no it'eeriguiv( or laws to be enforce] |of his ,defeat I agree he ought to lie by unlrien.lly legislation, or by any force in the country. 'Ihotm hews, ,ir. Dougla Htgmrim thr Mf ioarl t'oraptomUr now shelter us, and width haa lifted it*

tuuimauui bi'-iii iU Jfuiu1 Large mi! Court as the United State*, and I tat-title'! in the Territory ; all is a mere Mr Seward, of New York, Mr. lurlinpune -!
theta with 1uut-1w.t* %l ii' .i', i. If we liiid they art supported by almost delegation of | iwcr, mini is in suUmli- ot XUss.ii hiiHetts, Mr. (JidJinifs tnttht obnoxiou* principles in issue in as the laws of the various States of thin IlougUw Ie kttihieulaiD, Mr. ington And our revolutionary siren--be,

be\ are the pllatijtb"*: ut' II.. *tilution all the prctvdcntK and practice of the nation at all tiiiut. to the Con re** of ( of Ohio-._._all identified with the- this canvass. I agree that his principles P.m. in not directly committed to Union vary oa some points from the Ill whkh ma a sfKtfh at Sprinfield, but one individual cf the South, might
an.1 the I'DHMI. tht-u u .. nstitutional ijot'-rnment. They are principle upon the Unitnl Stat ii. I know of no noerexTity *- antislavery juirty. will tell ion they are are clearly unconstitutional, and if this great principle. It is true that on lass of eat.li other. Some pcuet of Kryitter of Nor.sues fth published, in which in the lie u.t'sI State! safely leave the author of such sentiment

and l"nio IIH-H .1 cs t f whuh) we may well lie andby which in tkU wuntry, no {.npreine |lii- for the Union, but it i is their own sort [ the republican [arty fhould undertake one or two otvofions he h.ks co t votes property t-xtlivlcd by law in most of the following remarkable to the reproaches of his own conscicnt -

That sn"> Aw l }-t. t.. o or we may well be willing todie. [Cheer] litical |>owrr.exvpt (that oiigin.UIy stat- of Union they want They say they t,' tarry them out, they will dustropthe the States as well aa territories, aa l lie- "The Missouri language: and the retributive justice.which

thr.--. mouths l I-L >m hi no.ii-4 llioy are iiu|>.)rtnt, they anvital.. -- ed in the people tj the United State are for the Constitution, but tht"y conHtiw Union. Hut, does any one pretend whkh have, by hit partial friend, lieenrettivwl inc unwise, immoral, OR CONTRARY origin akin to that Compromise of the ban an' sooner (later, ever overtaken those who-
<..ii<1 un1 iinvxK-itit laiti..r ih.t I t I and lucy ix.iK'crn the light uf person and They are the natural ilepositories, they the CoriKtitution *i a* to takeaway that Mr. Lincoln will carry H single a.senilorsing that doctrine. He Tt) THE PRINCIPLES OK SOUND of the United States conceived oppose their country's weal. lie rta'ig'1'
(luau Iv-nooaU vriih wlei.i I tx.n- propel ty. They cannot be abktract, Krti the natural owner of ever) thing our rights. They tell lou Uie> Southern State, in any event Was has al-0 exprc&u*.! opinion at uttor ia- PUnLIC POLICY For instance, the Same spirit of fraternal, affection the mzwl those who came ou the stand as

net-le.l, are a ilisi'inoii i>Talii..i who tli-N cannot lie minute or unimportant, like supreme Isiser or sovereignty are for the enforcement of the lawn ; Mr. Ooiiglo willing to unite in the only ri.incwith it, as the following extract t bunker is prohibited from emigrating to calculate l to forever the, and gentlemen, and he bore no personal mal

*vk tii trtak up| ttik) < fill il i y t-f for they concern the honor and equality Tliey ha e, to form thin, ibtvu'rttuu-utt.{ I but they are for laws which would take pr.utioal! mode for the defeat of Mr.I will show : Minnesota, Oregon or California with which seemed remove to threaten at danger I ke toward them, lie hoped no militia

statesMv tiViiJs I lutr'llv 1 i, BO of the SUtes >f this broad Union.-- delegated a certain.poiti<.m>f that soc awy oui property. [Cheers. ) For the I Lincoln, M many of the wisest men in hula bank. The lank may bo property distant some- office would be conferred on this gt'n-
tar as it in a JK-rnonal rLar- i ,. my. U'Jiat Las been the position 'f Ken- ercignty to the CongrcNs ol the United "Union, orutitution.ancl thelaw ,." 'the East thought f Of tho detail of Mr. 1VII! in a speech at MurfreslNiro, by thus law* of New York, but ceases to union. day All, the never evi.Ienee the social Ion,! of tleman (pointing to Mr. Brownlow ) II<**

ugh, how toiuair.1 il 4-% \ 'I. 'Tell tuckii il'uu| that platform You remember State The whole, then of this sovereignty They shake hands with ) <>u on that, but I that I know nothing. Did not the l>cmocratic inTcnn.. in IK-lf, ;in u-sgarut l to (ieneralTavlor's lie KO when taken into a State or territory at that of public.opinion had Letter preach.

them it' a !li.-! .' the position taken by the candidates exists as to that |urt not del voa t-annot itglet' on a single thing unil.r | Staet'uneentiitui in Peuni.ylvanu has on the Mihjett of slavery where tanking Is prahibitA.il by local (Lust this, compromise dfly. tteemed hail to indicate He regretted that he had been divert

TV* w holo stvrk in trade ,ianyan. for Governor of this State ltu>t egated. in the lai.htI,'. A- to that |
i.vm >ir writer*, and wj.ii.1.-n, ma- year ? loth held that Territorial Legislatures they ha\e tlutt'guet.-d.1 | that is in lnr* ] Keniblctl, nomiiute an electoral ticket 'What his tit-n. Trtvlor'n)) view M were brandy, and all intoxicating drink, people a* auuuuvrt'ul l whkh Amerk-nn. Hecallalit an Intorrnujstfwa.
have no tit exclude OoiijfTow ; and here is (hut ol and it before the and did on constitutional ]>ower of Congress( and considered thing, no ruthless but in one sense and that
torn all ovei tin) tuitrr. if d:. i ,n power our ulis1aajtitiut Then this platform, gentlemen( -"disunion" 'Ittis utn u,.| Uspnrt property, and each contended that every the whole sovereign puprcme jiower sit shares practically nothing, and 1 have1nothimr I not a Urge majority uifttte ;SUite Central over the question of slavery in the new in lust of the States, if not all of I to disturb." enough site one. He thanked the l l'sT4a

: >: attempt to break uo lh< I i i.. i t.f .loi irtinent ot Governmont must pro- this country. None has l hs''ut (teK' .iiul more lo say almiit il. I("Good ,,Committee of IVunaUvania, after the territories he knew not ; nor did he theui; but no ritize-n, whether from the their kin.lnex and courtesy, lie abe' 1

the States \ OU UMV apfk-xl i.. : vmOv tiat lt when it became necetwary. Mr. to any oneeUNone, ,-rUinh, has ii'n i iHut. fdisruption at Baltimore. 'prti|>ose that I rarr ttt Lists. If ln thought Congroi.hiui ( North or South, can take thin specie of Dtauiuoolaes.-lio.tiue Ix-KUUtlo ot 8uorth. thanked the Bell men who were gentlemen

reason in V4i3t. Yin .41 1-1. are Jonhua K- ll-'ll I believe, went a step been trelegatiil to the 1'-rritoria'l governmrnt (platform I haie reml to you the people of 1'cnnriylrania choul.l vote no jiower ov er the subject, he would property with him and livid cell or UM .% and those who were not gentle

the principle "I the ('unditutit i, .. determined further in thinking the time had now wrivd -. *." iloti ixintain a tlutinct eiiHnciatkm of for the electoral ticket, without i.ny iloubtlow its lresiilent veto any bill at his pleasure, in all the territories, betiu Daniel Webster, iu lit,; celebrat men.

l by the | iarti*i>ary for the Further( on in the Mtnie S| HI MrCrittendeti ievrtain principles which touch the tights change, and that thoNH elctors should paMfcil Mmtioning the Wilmot rp>* i.xIf e it in )prohibited by the local law- speech delivere! l at Capon Springs, Va., If. knew the power of the Prria, the

the answer It '-,h 1.1Voo Government to interpose. The ConS emplojH the t.,1 loving Uu- j oi pioperty and pcrvon in the Teriitijii.N. *- vote for whoever could defeat Mr Uncoin' he llu'uughit Congressfvi.t t!
mar NIV they are ii! .' |'in i, (l|. gicuMoiial Conventions of both parties, guss.ee- and: which ilet tare the eijual: lights W.IH not that retiiuuuutenths'I! thousih tt1'1utsusI| | to tin- IIUHJ.Urthimself, rv. and in the Indian country by the |i ii "I do not htsittte to say mind repeat >I between now and the cml of tronvaRH I,'.

tht-i s-fl- tuti.rti: ax def nni-i! the with scarcely eiceptiou, and their "AktheTeriltoli.il ( ioterilliielit hi .'I tin Mates. an.1 now is Kentuiky ami h.l uuitlr.. iKmglas. 'lo-larint that i he couM not e.Misi-tently( withlii-turMrn/l i acts i of couKTfiM Null CAN A "MAN that if the Northern Status re-fust, will- they would stilt %t wlwrej
for < endorsed then -- oil and water tvul.l not mix. ,liftriKff irilhhtj-l lot il'tnt, that LS to'hiuistlf ''UOTHKUK AND TAKE AND HOLD |I fully and! deliberate-ly to into eftv voice i'auhil l not reai h. Their I'
bjgbol )u.'ivial tribunal ot ii-, | .. i._ ** .uigrcee no sovereign or inIi.tu.it.hi.i| ,( liKhttom 11. a*!> ti> mee-t the iste'e apih-iil to say carry -
TLe . The State Democratic Conventioii 1 on (this subject the Supreme Couit of I! ) ou. not in l-ehalf of any indivklu.il, his trk-n:t that part of the Constitution whit-h like a tCruh .f qnarWr nag, at

Ray, '-weaje B<.Nrrtinji: print i i1.t| (, |,1Ay ijUSfiiinctionc,1. ou the Sib of January last| the United States, hat inij determine | but t.. stand by your ow u principles, 'itor.il tkkft; but bhould nominate- one but Ctm re>R |.'su,> at|"thcjiwr to dinfKti ON. The** laws, and many inherit involving respects the restoration' of fugitive I was a thorough bred four milj

by mean S' r,4s .1, .....| the. adopted by an overwhelming vote the| that every citizen of the United Status resting as they do upon the Const ituj j i devoted to him alone, whkh every of the whale limitff. similar principle. "DC directed slaves. the South would flu) longer IM On a short ract, the quartij

ballot box Xu.liii.lortLci .mail ,i., i;" following resolution, which embrace j!I may go into that Territory, carrying his thin of the United States. [Cries of child knows has not a chance to tarry Hollini views like these. Mr BELL! against flu section, AND IMPAIR bound to observe the compact. A liar- ways unccmRfuI but there

the answer till i<< t-'aiuut. ., no picclsely thesame principle: I slave with him, and holding them "Good." !I' the State; while it i*equally sum, if the jdo! *s not represent the people of the THK RIGHTS OF NO STATE OF THE gain broken" on one ide in broken ou all wait always vtctoriojis Inj
JifJn 1 there, opinion is if it be true that I recommendation of the State Central ] i UNION They are laws against the itt- J sklea. AftersfewotheeIoxplinmeatar
other answer 1. in Kentucky believe that the i Ii to protect that property which it ilisvmionijt, and if it be true that the committee teas teen accedou to. the uni I I.Ited : j troduction, sale ana use ot npucuic kind i iof i What uo the old Webster Whign say remarks
party j ;;; ;:; ;
rat DOCIBIM: or aO\ iruvrntlMII... Government of the United State hold* hat authorized! to go there Of course political principles 1 advocate are thw1. vote of th<*e who prefer that gentleman -I ant-ujouistn to the! Oeonjia 1'Litform. property, whether brought from the :j to this Yanceyirim of th *(jrcat Expounder Yancey At.,

And -till the 1.rru 'tuaibsr l the public domain in trust for the benefit that i*a logical conclusion. Ititettmstome | principles of the Constitution, will it and mvaelf would defeat Mr. j j'Linooli' In reference tt> the pitwer of Congress North or the South, or from foreign of the Constitution, now that every hi* remarks Mr.

is-be ate '4jt1 hi t-f all the titizcns of the respective it i Li unquestionable. To amort my 'not If pretty difficult to fasten disunion (Che"ers t The name thing I over slavery iu the Di-.trkt of Columbia, |1 countries.Ctrm.ireisiwu.7l GU/t, Aypea j|non-nlaveholrling State eat of the stand, and said In

gentlemen the people .11 tiie u-.Ii.'i. itenlnsr t.itei; and that Congress pocactte* the right to go there, to carry mr property |on sound men, with Constitutional principles' 'may be predkted. in almost the acme i| Mr. IU.LL Raid in the Senate, Sept 14th, Ji4nil, 23, part 1, page 371. || Rotky mnnintaifLs has nuiiifie.1 the Fugitive gentleman had i.
up and
,f the wuutrr I* it.!'.. rinrin* ,i iIa.on. power, and in the faithful discharge of there and to enjoy that property[ and [[Crie of "That" so "] 'ilangnage, of New Jersey and other.i IN!)O, as fol lows: j jj Autlajjiua. SUve LHW, and wilfully antI delitifrately lOll, He suggested had j jpacity.
[ refuse
fith UniRue* *( Ionaii: i iie 1<. .. its tiunt M bound to exercise the power, then to assthere i is anybody stronger, j 'lliat, gentlemen, would seem to exjhaust State But no.Ve who stand upon ,j "itearling the Constitution( for myself. : But, sir, I do hold (be doctrine that of the constitution to carry into effect and he wonU i
it hall be to protect or mightier or more sovereign than the the subject.: Sound men, with the principle I have indicated to-tUy j exclude part which respects say
t* a the tail thet m, iliu.tit bUt0,1 when necessary, I lielii-ve Congress has all the that to any species ol property the restoration thee behind me;St
power of
I t'ruionc-i l.iirfetcr .1;,. the citizens inhabitants of any Territory Constitution that can take from me that constitutional principles, which arc affirmed are tlisunionists, seceder. and they will over the subject whkh the States hare I by law from any territory, w a viola- ,(1 fugitive slates.f'sjfl the gentleman in
l.tei! p in the use and enjoyment of ev which the Constitution says I shall have in the mode recogniwd in Amcrcanj have nothing to do with tie ? And PO i within their several jurisdictions." j I Lion to any right of property Do you I .VtuAriZfc Sf American.I the star i itl'man

cotui u'I I mu.' .. ... cry 'P-*** f property ; but that neither and enjoy, or shall expel me from the j politics, and which we propuie to maintain -, lie Itreaks up the only mode by whit, not exclude banks from most of the territorics j! -- on

i3t Sit iiiat htt t oi f i.iii the Onigresb of the United States nor place where the Constitution par I may by reason, and the ballot-box. in (opinion of the regular orgauizatiou -,' It is true he loted against the bill to f Do you not cxclntb whiskey Two More la El Trniwmrrnotkgf x or Dow. Dtnnlaai'' parson, referring said

( .Lt itr 7.itt 3'l. v..t.! i I nilfla'tji any loftiJatiic agent of Congress can, go I ran imagine nothing at inconsistent Really this would seem to exhaust the of those States, Mr Lincoln, can 1* aK.lish slavery in the 1)iutrict-iiuut hut l from being: introduced into Urge por- Col. II. J. St. John Douglas Elector for, gentleman subjett of Parsons yes.the

lexiJatn e enactment or by unfriendly and *o contradictory I therefore ''question. defeated. i the Fifth District of Tennessee ,!tedines
hilM4d. I t ijtIoui by say i opinion that Congress has jxiwer over' louis of the territory of the United have referred to the faict
ti. I it ,. legislation, deprive the owner of his when the proper or extreme case Rut it b aid, although I am not a Now, as I have said, Mr. Lincoln can the subject, is nnrecanUil!, an.! would of. State IV you not exclude Rambling to serve, and cornea out for Breckin-' man of whom, he askedItev.IattacLew'suwasaY
n.u tu: ? -ui. irolwutior] restrict or restrain him injIM occurs, when property going there under dUunionLst, and the principle I main- in no event tarrsa single Southern tables, with Ii are property tMnngnizAd r''lge and Lane, though still friendly to,
to. 4 the aaiu the auction of the Uonstitntlon, aa I I tain are constitutional and true, yet the ||KUteof this Union; ai .I with thorn,| mn> Httl ua khu tu p t (n a hill| .bulnh-r[as such in the States where they are j Douglas. He says hUfavarite stands' < .

t Wa) 1* qiiO oat Acain Interpreted by the Supreme Court of I!object of the organization by which I' Pennsylvania New Jersey and Calf orjnia | lug slavery there, uhould Congrex petite I tolerated f Amid ha any oo contend- i DO chance, and U only helping Bell. holder, as was another Panon present

l The senate of Kentucky, hut winter, the United tatea, shall require such interposition 'have been nominated w to break up this' would make majority, no that Mr. it. In this he i iou not a representative I cii that the exclusion of ganbiing ta- | Mr. A S. McClanahaa. of Jackson, and that the DemocraU bad on, their

.trr. li by a nuanimoiM vote of both parties, that it i* theduty of Con- j Confederacy and I sup awe they hare Lincoln's defeat would 1* sure. If perchance roan, and u in an attitude of boa- blea and the exclusion of aalent spirIts -i|Tenn., comes out for Breck and Joe, for State ticket and as an elector for this
it .1 dtx-Ure these principles to be impor- grew to interpose and grant protection. 'selected me a* the tool with which to I he should lw elected, nothing I tili ty to the Georgia Platform. was a violation of any constitution the tame reason District, two men Parsons, who only 4\\

''fRill) hi l wint. Constitutional and true, by the Give II. and give ie adequately. That execute that poheme. (A voice -"A will have caused that result but the f Kntcrtainmg such sentiments, how uti] privilege or right f And ret it i* differed from him ia the fact that they

.. U.ln. t.llowing resolution, which I must read, is my opinion." I 1 Iba
ion.a .. l tt i-. M* apt. iu pertinent, so conclu- Nobly and well Raid, in language worthy Gentlemen, I do not think any man ,ambition and almost insane policy of K-lieve CongreAt has no of the United States; bit there inni Atlanta GtnftAeraey (Itambl'tou editor) f lie declined speaking any more bat
.1iftI i of hi*exalted character and will charge me. in my public address to't one man and his violent adherents. power over > outcry against that, bomuse it i lithe keeps the following announcement would speak oat through his paper

he vcA'tWrm/, That Use Territories an tion. ucpateI t the people, with want and candor. I (Loud Cheese.) '(t tI .slavery in the District or in the Territories ( prohibition of a specific kind of >standing. : t([ Mr. Yancey add if yon hare any
ia tin '>minon property of the Union, Mr. Dupgla says he will lx content have no doubt a great many gentlemen j I Not content with attempting to deI -J save to guard and protect the own-' aid not a prohibition agaiiut any '(vntloa-rb. esitua4a'aey of LkKoU.-I. I. vurot uvuing Cit. isss- thing to say, any it here before me liken

3he.. atvl it. a held fur the expansion of thejtstituuUuU to administer the government, and in the Southern States of the Union I feat, at the North, the surest mode by er in hi* right, support A man. in the section of the Union Wiry, sir, our Mr. Doaglas says he b In favor ofj[ man The crowd called
of ties4rgiou make the of it on the condition -'think that their constitutional which the Democratic contest who is i again for Yancey,- ,
and the development acceptance tights organizationj present not certain laws now -prevent a tavern keeper from ,j hanging any southern man higher than I I IHaman He said,
of an advancing and projrotple. -. that a territorial legislature, no [: will never be recognized. A few are, !j might control the result at the next but Oongre poawwe power to dispose going into nome of the t-rritoriea of who resists the Lincoln adminbtration. -! me to gentlemen, you cannot expect

> are open to la* dUseai of matter what the decision of the Supreme perhaps, par tt disunionkU ; tboofa I ,election, this gentleman hag turned of the whole matter f" |I the United State and takilg a bar with Poor Hambleton.-Dayfout.1 I PJT dignity- men a speecb with a