The Northern Standard. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 21, Ed. 1, Saturday, January 19, 1850 Page: 1 of 4
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CHARLES DE MORSE.
I-OXC SHALL. OUR 11 OXER BRAVE THE BREEZETHE STANDARD OP THE FREE.
EDITOR St. PROPRIETOR.
T-O M AI1T.
nV LtHLLV i'lLKKE.
-Thou :t :hc brickies!- and I'uo law;' '
Tliou an afar ' the weary tntimcnts linger!
Oh liou unlike the hours w uh thee 1 passed ;
When Time u.th mocking ami relentless finger
Ilurneil the glittering sands unto the list.
The shadows gather tin the darkened dial.
Onco in the splendor ol thr presence bright
And niv heart heat v at the s-ul ispnl.
Longs for ih loving smile thine cvo of light
For tones whose eehois m niv hram are ringing
For the ift iircs-pre of tin Land in mine
3'or the sweil angel words .lit inch banning
Jo to tny soul from out the heat en ot thine.
And a? these thronging mtinorics round mc thicken
Mine eves arc filling with resistless tear
My Wood grows w jrm. mi sluggish jiul quicken
My life turns hack upon its buriLtl vcais.
And thou ' upoi. the midnight of ihv sadness
llreaks the clear light of Love's sercne-t sur '
Comoa to thy couch the aiisel-nicsoiicet! (-lailness
Thought-sped bj Iimi who hues tl.ee from atar'
Or when the w J'chnig star; are pale 1 1 hciven.
And the unquiet winds are sunk in sleep
Dost thou too numhtr. with the i-ier seven"
The lonclv tnoments but to wake and weep'
Oh wake and weep no more' when list I met thee.
There seemed a colder pallor m thv rhe.k ; j
Yet though a thousand Inuriunj fears beset me
1 felt in silence what I dared not speak.
Ah. when 1 pnssc.l thee at our miuruful parmi;
Uohbuig and pale unto a breast oi p ii'i
I. nlike tb own ni tears unconscious starting
CLAItKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY J ANUARY 10 1850.
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A IV ACT. I evidence on wliicli the Commissioner of tho
T.. scct-RD to all Scttixiw wiTiiis tiic Gt'".ra' Land 0llicc "" lc authorized and
Limiis or the Colon v-Gn i-t 10 Pr.Ti.its rc'I"rd1 J" 'fs"c Patents.
avj oTiinnscoMMoM.v ksovv.v vs Pi.txrs' - :..c: n cases n here the claim ii f any
Coiosv Tim Lvnds to miicii run. vi.u1!'. lId'1' 'T rcJcc!cd h3' tIlc colts cs"
...-.T .-. .. "....--.- I -"Wished by this net such claimant shall hac
Sfction 1. lie xl uiarle'd L ih- f.rln. hu r'St of "Ii "" District Court of
:; c if the Stale of Tixas That all actual ' CTU-V ncrei Iic r ' applied tinder
settlers who have cmigiatci! to the Smtc - !- UM -d requirement prescribed by law
and settled within the limits ol the Colony.1'"' a-'IMb frT J''st'ccs "istiict
nnt rp.!.ri ...l..- ..!.. i .. ' Com ts. except that the appeal bond shall he
as Pcteis' Colony prior to the fi.st dav of rrcl"1r.1 0ll' " QOUir l !e c0ls " appeal
July A. D ISIS shall be entitled to the f-l"cli only th.. appellant shall be liable
nuaiititv of land hereinafter staled to wV ".' C."e - U1S aflirl"''nco of -Ic J"dg-iient in
cmh huul of n f ami ly shall he entitled to i. I " -- ""l -' he ju.1 gmciit ai-
. itn ilml Ii itfli Itfk I nl nt . nil ll M..i ... -
liuudiedand foitv acres of and. including ' I-""-". - .-.-.-.. ... . lysine ioun
.1 certificate shall issue in favor of such ap- conncclioil uth
ilL( pella.it f ..i.i sa.d District C ourt in accor- ' rici bv lie
between the Department or Slate and the' With Russia Austria Prussia Sweden
Minister ol the Gciman Emnire U liinmil. Denmark. Helninm il.o WiliP.ln.lj nn.l tl.r
laid belorc you. The section of the law and Italian Slates we still maintain our aceus-
Ihc obscranccof the treaty wore deemed tomed amicable relations
by mc to be due to the honor of the country During the recent revolutions in the papal
as well as to the sacred obligations of the States our Charge d'Afiairs at Rome has been
constitution. I shall not fail to nursin; tl.n unable to nrcscnt his letter of credence.
same course should a similar case anse with which indeed he was directed by my prc-
ny ouier ii.iiion. iiating suouc.l the opin- "cccssor to withhold until he should rcccne
ion on taking the oath of oflice. that m dis- further orders. Such was the uuscttlcd enn-
putcs between conlliclmg foreign Got cm- dition of things in these States that it v. as
incuts it is our interest not less than our du- not deemed expedient to give hi.-ii any instruc-
ty to icmain strictly ncutial I shall not l""H lc subject of presenting Ins creden-
ahandon it. You will pcicchc from the cor- tal etter difleront from those with which he
rctpondcncc submitted io mi in connection b-d been furnisihed by the late Adininistra
with this suhjett that the course adopted in "0"- unl1' ''lc 2oth June las when in con-
his or her inpiocincnts: each single i
ll.pr f f If. rirro iirkniiinfnnn fli.ll 1i. (!
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to three hundred and tuenty acres of laud ." ; " " "" ' "'"" "' ""- J"1" sucl1011 ' in the untter. fioin us he was i.istiucted to exercise his barotts tralfic.
IllCltUllU'r IlIS UniirOetnCIltS. - . .... . . A I Kill" I lllO llllnl-tnr llT tl... I r ..:.. 1 C..- mvil lll.rn.lmi. in nrKCnnlinn III. i. ..11 tn tlm
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... ...a. "I... "C''SOr S rT. ?S Cou.tssball keep .egnlar records of allcer- . r"'a" i u:".aPP'"d In my "' c'"5 Government
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vcrsics. Wlicnover tho faith of our trea-
ties with nny of them shall require our
interference we must necessarily inter-
pose. A convention has been negotiated with
Bengal providing: for the satisfaction of
claims on that governmenf and it will be
submitted to the Senate. Since the last
session of Congress we have received an
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plen-
ipotentiary from that Empire and our re-
lations with it are founded upon the most
Your attention is earnestly invited to
an amendment ol our existing laws rcla-
produces oi in August
this rase has been properly sequence ot the want of accurate information ting to the African slave trade.with a view
belligerent powers interested !le exact state ol" things at that distance to the effectual .suppression of that bar-
1 to t- xcrcise Ins barons trallie. It i not to be denied that
ig lmnselt to the this trade'N .still in part carried on by
if in Ins julg-means of vessels builtin the United States.
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f!li!ir inllln...n..t u.tl.m n..l l...v- 1t. H"-.llt.s l-s...1 ot -im lOUris 110 (late Ol . ... ... ... . . ... r-il-. ..fj C .!.. ... IJ. !.
. .. . .. " "' .. " ! iNMiancc. I he niinntitr f I.....1 n..1 il.o .. I ?. . "" " - "t.t.- in r raiiKlort "" . . um. j. ... .
snail lie entitled to tlic same nuaut:t-ol lauu .... v ' i ; .. -......-.
to which the settlers
would have been en
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i- anil has lor a "'! suu.uciu.y stable; or it not to adiijaild mvilwlor uavj.ltcd bv b0rnC of our
.citizens. The correspondence between
the same quality of land 'Ma"";f "" T. """ ?"" "'C "C? '" IC M-ne;and although a n niter a ""deigonc another revolution and he abides! Zru t TllT "
s whom ihey c..cfccnt " . ' """ a"1f1a"' '" "c " - pointed o represent that i:m ire was received "'-' csublishment ol a Government suirc.et- llC DcPtment of State and the Minis-
titled had they su.vived. ''" a dJ" ' ; '. '.- ol said nccirdllC(1 Pcrc ct no MIC g0 h permiuent to justify Inn in opening- d.plo- r !m1 ? . hc J"111 States at
w o or o-c .c. sons hav c c" ' 'r"a "' " hc Com.inssioner of the IBt of hc G ' - R - IIiatIC itcrcotIrsJc u llh lt. j Kio Janeiro Inch has from t.me to time
Si c :$. Whore tw
settled on one section half section or fiac-
tion the oldest settlement diall be entitled to
the piefcrenee; in tthicli case the paity
uispuesscd siiuii he (.untied to a floatin
fTo.ii.tnl 1 ai.fl l)lt.. o.. nl.i-iMA. r ...n
t.liealos Ks..1 .! Hr .nn r 1... ' '' constituted
cants and witnesses and the numbers and
dates and quantity of land; and for everv
true cca k"1' 'l"oru Congress represents that
certificate to hc located on anv of the pub- ".tilicate so ...ucd by the District Court
I licjloniain ol of the btjte of leas tor
qiiantilv ol l.itid to which lie oi she mav
j entitled is settler.
j Sll I. Wheie two or more persons have
(settled on one section half section or fi ac-
tion hv mutual con-cnt the saincshall he ill- '
v ided according to ajjreementantl
cceivca floating ceitificatc lor
the cleru thereol shall receive the fees al
lowed by the provisions of the I-Jth section
T. nn.inLi... A..... .- VV ll.l the reunion? n. Vlevien it . m.r true
t.. A.'...IU.I Fl. Jt'Il. USOII- .w.....w . ... ..ww .. .w ww. ..w .. -...
tativo at rin..l.r..rt ro.nnmn.l tl.n... ' ... ...i policv to cultivate the mr.-t fnciidlv relations. I ll S.l Clistom.irv UCVICC CO evade tllC pcn-
montlis in the expectation that a union of the SI1C; tllc ratification of the treaty of Guad- tie-s oi our laws by means of sea-letters.
Gonnan States under one constitution or a"lc Hidalgo nothing his oer;riel of a ' Vessels sold in Dtazil xv hen providcdvilh
form of govoinmunt. mi:ht at Ie.i"th be or- Scrl0"3 character to disturb them A faith- such letters by the Consul instead of rc-
"aniyed. ful ohscivance of the tieaty and a sincere turning to the LTnitcd States for a'new
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of this art to the Chief Justice and le 1- f ocuevco ny inosc well acqiiniutcd with "-ai"--t '"' u-i i.g.us u..oi ..... to sccuiu luistei piuceeu at once to tne coasi ot
the countv court I eiuug iciauons iiiiuccn riussia anil "y- '"-"'"n -uuuuuii-u .- tnt.-uu.uni u. tint .vtric.i lor uie purpose oi oniatning car-
An editoi of a piper 'north' talking about
the States of Gcrmanv. that no siit.h union Republic.
can be permanently established without her 1'ue message of my predecessor to the
goes of slav ca. Much adJitional infor-
mition of the same character has rccent-
l'dll at the thought We hmv net meet airum ' f '" claim which mav remain unsatisfied
eshall bedi-lmcttvlrIsSiUSUeiI wccea nca co-operation. In the cent of the fb.mation of House of Repicsent.i'ives. of the 1st of Iv been transmitted to the Department of
either -hall ;! WIh a free but innocent s.u sti-h a union and the organization of a ecu- Fi'hru.uy last communicating in com- State. It has not been considered the
anv balance ciet;Ks we can hatdh help Ki.siim- and nith ' iraI 'owcr In Gcranv of which she should pli.uicc with a resolution of that body a policv of our laws to subject an Ameri-
form a pari it would become ncce.iry to eo) of a paper e.tlleil a protocol .siiriied
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II'. y .. '-.he slndim- close aroand me sac v I Cj'eC P""-t -.erc-inty beneath the- sI- X-" '"'"'. "'.. "ervMJm: 0tl Ulr 'U"1 :1' !"' eh a 1 h '" States
I 7 r -. .i i i ken lashes uc alwavs wish that hc was lrJ ianLh as a" lepc"cieiit Kingdom the Commissioner ot the tinted States' to the inconvenience of sendui"- her home
A. life grows drker onus outward traik b c. fl Uhere a settler av hare made neap a uc t(J ft and diplomatic relations are maintained wl ant flie MhlKtr Forcin AlLlhs of -. ;l TnlXvTtZl
ohfroi:heush.sw '-:it;:;sr-r::!:: --
How :hearooUwith.nol.nlloIgbac.';'-of.eco.onvgra thcrelbie recalled Mr Done.son and d.Sc" J
r .. aw excepted out ol -aid grant the settler T- . . .- ed the arc h eves of the lenation at Tianl;- '.. ?..... rno .x c3 to "npeue the lree transfer of proper-
turns often hack wh w.hl anJ lawless ve.in.au ' . . ' . . . . . f ifi. I I ni: it mto Rot.r..-A ilestn.ct.ve ( L "? f I'Z " . i?. . ' tr..ml.n:ry and M.n.ster Plenipotentiary ty in vessels between our citizens or the
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....... -j..v........o . wt .... .... cac or n pr0.)Cr quantity ol land to lie oii.i ..i. -- ----- - --- tlon at Ucrhn. I ' ' t....ti.-it m .uv.ut- irecnnvismotioi tliose vessels betv
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... ..... w....c .w. ...w.w .0 ......... .." locate u on any 01 tne nuunc cinuiaiii 01 tne ...." nm. ' ' ' llavin-rbccn annriscd that a con-u eml.Ie "-'.....i;.... .1 ti.m-.iii.k u. 1...1. t-ui.usi.uuu- iiinerciii parts ot tlic world when
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S.c. G l.ach settler shall hc confined!
ARRIVAL OK THE Eb'HOl'A. In l! rlion half spi-tiim or fr-nelion n '
The Europa arrived at Hoston on the Dth suivejed b the colony company if the field Fclku Cilhrni nf the Srnalc
lilt. c are indebted to the Louisville notes can be obtained; it not the county
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so. tcvoi 01 L-acn uounij' i.rij ue rcijuiicti to 1 .s.i uu.s ti.itt; t'j.ipsi 11 sn.t:u iiiu eswiu
Citizens nf the Senate
and House nf 11 puscntuthts.
Journal for the followiou; condensed siiui-
Inlovcd in lawful eommercf. should lir
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ting out a lnihtaiv expedition within the U- . "c eommissio.ier on tiic part ol the well and cautiouslv considered; but I trust
niied States against a foicigu country and L'nitcd States for m irking the boundary that jour wisdom "will devise a method
believing from the best information 'l could between the two republics though delaj-J by which our general policv in this rcs-
ohtam that it was dc-igned to invade thc'U- ed in reaching S.ui Diego by unforeseen ' pect may be preserved and at the same
'and of Cuba I deemed it due to the friendly obstacle arrive d at that place within a time the "abuse of our Hair bv means of
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inarj oiucus. uie news in political point survey ior such seme.- ami in sua. cases ii-innem 01 uns n.nei iiiueii' .-..in me t.ou- relations cMsimg between the United States short pcno'l alter the time required bv sea-letters in the manner indicated may
of view is unimportant j shall be governed bv the laws defining Jhe gross of the United States again assembles ' and Spain to the tieatv between the (wo 11a- the tieatv and w.is there joined by the be prevented
Fiiascc On the l.-.ili November the duties of count survev or to legislate for an empire of f.ecmcn The f lions to the laws of the United States and commissioner on the part oi Jlc.ico. I Ihivm- ascertained that there is no
High Court at Net sallies seuteueed Ledru brc . I o entitle settlers to the bcnel.ts p.ed.ction of evil prophets who fo.merly pic- .nboall. to the American power to exert' TJ.e .mlered upon their duties and at ' prospect of an or-aniftm-i of the five
Rollin and ll...tj-t!.i ic others. ....plicated ol . his utt they s hall be rcquued to p.ove ended to loietell the down all of our ...st.tu-he lawful auihoi.ly of government ... .;. lhe !-tcat imHligencc from Statis of Ce tral Xmihvmll
in the June uisuirection to tiausnortation by their own oath stippoitcd. bv 'hose ol lions aie now rimemheieil onh to be deiis suppicssn..' the expedition iiitciiaiii" the mvn- 1 . 1 11 1 I . . . . . .
for life. Papers contii uc to be seized and two other witnesses.-ihat the; iinmigiated to .ltd and the United States of America at sioii. To "this end 1 issued a p.oeh.nat.on '!"'lti"art"''-so"e progro hail liPCRinadc ly composed lhe Republic ot that name
cdiiois aie Hied fori press.g opinions con- Texas hii.I settled nithui the limits of the ! this moment; present to the uoildthe most cjoining it upon the ofiiccrs of the United '" MU'VL't pica5' cP'. ( we have separate!) .negotiated with some
.M.-re.l i lritnenl.il to tile 1 ...l et ninniit e.ilnnt rrr.ml In I'elel s nt.it ntliniv. ..tli.- n sl.-ll.li ni.il lie. ill inellt rrnl erilllient nti en.ll. is-.lw o .1 ....1 .I.l . ll !.. r..l ( l'lC Ol'gaillatlOn Ol tllC COmmisSlOll. ot tllCin tTCatleS Ot" aillltV and Commerce.
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Iwentv seats in the wcni'iiy have been tlic liead ol a lamiiy or a single man prior such is the lesultol the labors ot those means within their power. A copv oi
made vacant by these convictions at V er-1 to the first dav ol .July A !) ISls; and who have gone ueloie us. upon Longicss proclamation is herewith submitted.
svacant by these convictions at V er- I to the first dav ol .July A- !) ISla; and who have gone Ueloie us. Upon Longicss proclamation is herewith submitted. The "pci.uit.iis v.cii. in uu-111. nun .. mucii
s. Louis Xap..!-ou ha published a de ' that tbcv have since continued and rein lined ! will eminently depend the luttiic maintenance t..pcdiiion has been suppressed. So Ion" as 'educed the fund appropriated bj" con-
cashiciing 1'icrre I.onaparle thus de- citi.eiis of this Stale r.nd perlbimed all du- of our svsiem of fiee government and the the act of Congress of the jJUih of ApnTlri-. rfi'sS th it a further sum 1o over the
:ig him of Ins tan- of " C'uij L H-iital- ties icquired of them as citizens. The ap-' lianstiiission of it unimpaired to postcnty. ' IS which owes its existence to the law of charges which must be incurred during
iwii oi me rfincan i.egion 101 an anegeu pucauis snau aiso ue lequueu to swear mat i iteareai peace vtun an me wonu ami iiniion.anii to the policy ol ashington him- the present liscal vear will be necessarv.i the terntorv ol that State to connect
breach ot conduct ricrro lSo.np.irte pub- tnev nave never icceivcd lai.d ol this Uov- f seem to inaiiiiaiu our ciicn-ucci rciauoiis ol sell should icmain in ourstalute book I hold The "rent Icn-'th of the frontier aloii"- Atlantic and I'acilie oceans I have c
hslics a long Riicr in w-ncii lie ays the ernnient nv vinue oi incir lininigi atioii to mis a.nuy vviin mc icst oi maiiKinu. ruling ine it to Dc the duty ot the Executivo faitlifullv which the boundary cxtenilo the nature ' ed the nc-'otiatiou of a treat v with N
l'r..iili'i.l's .!irr.i h.is tin fnrei? m l.i-.i- .-mil Slate nor hnvctlicv received siieb l.iml fioin'iiast Tear we have been blessed bv n kind tn rlirv ;i.";i.-i;.3 " .. .. .J . . .'.. .'i i". - .. r. " . '
. .. ... ... .... .. . ... .. i . r .i .--i" ""- "".""" . ot tlic at picunt territories the cli hcul- ragua pledging i.oih governments to
lr.r.1-. finnn Ins fli.tn i.s.il n iiiillniul nn Hie. It etinhlie nf lewis I 'i o v tileneo t till nn nliiinil.ineo nl lhe finite !..!.. il..9 . .. ...!..:.. ..:.. t . ' . .. -... . i w. ...
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Iv ;te.esti..? item in the A.Mlb . s h J sentat.ves of such settlers as hav.'died b- ' anirel. fur a time visited e.-Ttensivc nortio nsof n. ...n.;n i.n.l i. . "V .i.. . "i ' i1" the. ttremci. ol the line render it also he work All other nations arc invi
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duels are dailv occm ring between the iiiem-i and lequireineiits shall hc the same as in deigned lo tav his hand and to icstoie the Cuba. 1 immediately cau-.d steps to beta
bcrs of the Assembly and editor'
lhe preceding section except that instead of inestimable blessing ol gencial health to a ken as 1 thought nccessarv in c.ic the
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..unl- ...jjv..w.. wit.. .- wuui.w.. nan; ..uii . w-..ii ... ..... ....w. t.s . . ........ 1. 1 ... w. u ..jn ... .uv ..v.....w. ..v.w w.i mo j. ... li j iorniauon 1 nan rcceiv en suouiu pi ov o cor-
a great dinner loilr. Rives the new Amen-'shall be stihstiluS'd the oath of the heiis or and deprecated his wialh and implored Ins iect to vindicate the honor of the countrv
can minister. j legal representative of such settler testifying merciful pi iitcction. ' andthc lights ol" eveiv icrson scekui" ail
TuKkci. Lettcrsfioin Wddcn of the llh tu the hcsl of tluir Ancnrtirc and biluf or soj While enjoying lhe benefits of amicable asvfum oiCour soil tothe piotcction of our
ult. sajs that the Hungarian and Polish re- far as they know and believe to the truth intcicouise with loieign nalions we have not laws. The pcisnn'allt "ed to have been ab-
fuges have been transported from W.dden to of the facts thcieiu required to be piov-. been insensible to the distractions and vvais ' ducted was promptly leUirncd. and athe' cir-
Shula. The Magyars headtd bv ICossuth i cd. I which have picvailed m other tpmiters of the ' cumstaiiccs of the case are uou about to inl
and Bern left on the .5d. j Slc 9. The Chief Justices of the county vvoi Id. It is the propci theme of thaukgiv - dep'o "nvcsligation hcfoic ajudicial tiihun.il
The rumor of war between Russia and courts of each county within the limits ol ing to Him who iuIcs the destiny of nations I would respectfully sni'cst that although
Turkey was fast dv ing away uiul nothing in . lhe said colony grant to Pcteis and olheis ' that we have been able to maintain amidst the crime chan'cd to Ikivc been committed
regard to the Itiissian J.mpcror's decision in 'shall constitute com ts whose duty it shall Jail these contest an independent ncutial in this case is held odious as bein" in con-
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that '. 'tiinw-iii-i.iiiv.c iw. ..it. i....i ttncit; which win ue lam ociorc mc ocnate.
flic u'5 ollt;i"0 V-C1 l" uegin. ii.iu so mucn a contract having been concluded with
ij con-i the -Mate ot iN.car.igua by a company
composcil ot American citizens tor the
purpose of eonsiruetit.ga ship canal thro
charges during the fiscal j ear ending oil benefit to be derived In each from such
the lib June. 1S51. I accordingly reeom-.-111 arrangement will be the protection of
m-'iid the subject to j-our attention. this great liitcr-occanie communication
in tin- adjustment of lhe claims of A- against any power which might seek to
mertcan citizens on Mexico provided for j 'a" "C. or monopolize ita advantages.
Tuikish affairs had been icceivcd
The Wiil-Mxc Iron liicinnc over tub
Ohio. The last one of the cables destined
for centuries to come lo span the majestic
ana ue iuiif ! r" " or aj over and
anchored on .! .
this brul-'C vv ill be p is
think that '
nh arocess now
from this atfatthest lhe
ncictaarj to its ccmp.ition ber lhe vv rap-
ing suspending the limbers rid laving the
To i" who. ns Edie Ocliletrt-e would say
' kerTthe bigguig o't" this great voik con-
icys but half Us actual giandeur We have
seen the stones laid one upon mother and
like the workman v. ho builds luniself to the
lop of the highest tower we scare y appreci-
ate the vv ork 'v e havedoie- an. .ecm still near
the ground; hut the
for the first Siini look
v.cuer to t.iosc imrr.eiisc lovveisand gigantic
cables spanning a river luthcito unchained
more than a 1000 feet span. Wonderful as
the age is this is truly one of the most won-
derful and majestic vvoiks combining alike
the power of art and science.
Nor is it less useful than beautiful and
grand. Heretofore the same means of
transit across this tivcr have been used ns
were used when the whole West was a for-
est instead of a mighty nation peopled by
millionj demanding a more sure and easy
access to their eastern brethren. The torrent
may now roll and the Icebergs plunge upon
the bosom of the swollen river; but above it
unharmed and fearless will pass the traveller
xvithout delay or toil. The produce of the
West and the commerce of the East will join
hands in gratitude to the builders of this great
public work while emigration to the far West
will lose half its terror? to the timid lieait.
Nor is this a work for a day. Centuries
will roll away and another chain will be
thrown over tho Ohio and the Father of Wat-
ers jet this work will stand and throw a
halo of glory around the names of those who
executed it and the people in whose midst it
was constructed as the pioneers in this
species of improvement. IKiciig Gazelle.
Whatever is false is despicable no one
ever loved falsehood even in himself.
The migration of furmers from New Jersey
to Virginia continues the Trenton Gazette
says not only from West Jersey but from
some vof the northern counties considerable
numbers of enterprising men arc Milling upon
the cheap farms oi the Old Dominion.
uelo Hear tne prool ami cicteiniino what j posilion tow ai lis all belligerent powcis. Ilhctvvith our opinions on the subject of na-
applicauts are entitled to Ian 1 as settlers Our lelalious with (Jieat Ihitain aie of the lional soveiei-'.itv autl persona! fieedom there
within the hunts of the said I'eteis' colo- most frieitt'ly cli uat ter. In consequence of . no piohibttiou'of it or punishment .u it
ny the i.ccnt alteiatioii t.f the Ihili-h Naviga- provided in any act of Congiess The cx-
Src. 10 The Cleiks of the county comts tiun Acl Huti-h vessels from Riitish and pcdieucv of snpplvin" tin defect in our ciun-
ofthcscver.il counties within the limits f foieign pints will 'under our exiting laws) K cl)a'Ci thereime lecommended to vour
tlic said Pcteis.' colonv i-rnnt sh.ill net -is alter the liist dav of .laiiu.ii v next lie .id- i. .......
.' a - .... ... -.- -.. -. coiis.t.t.. .i.iuii
nree weehs jcluiks of lhe comts established by this act; u.itted to enliv in our pnit .with caiirocs of 11:.. ..sniinlniislr nv.i.!e.l .snv liiteife-
aud upon such proof .being made as heiein the growth manufacture or pi oduction of enci. tic u:iri aiidVontentioii. which have
requned the applicants shall icceive ccrliti- any p.ut of lhe vvoild on the same tciiii-:is lecentlv disti acted Eiuope
cites fur their piopcr cuaiititics of land to to duties imposts and charges as vessels of Dmina the late conll.ct between Austria
which the' may be entitled ns seltleis or as the United States will their caigoes; and oui aJ 1 lmin-niv there seemed to be a piospcct
the heirs oi legal representatives of settlers vessels will hc admitted to the -amc advan- tial tie ttr' igllt become an independent
within said colony limits; which said ceit.li- tages in Huti-li pnits enteinig therein on the muion However faint that nro-neet at the
raira snau u. s.ncu uv me saio uinei juss s.-iuie iciiiis us j.iiiisn tc-sscis. w-iiuoiu no time nnncarcil 1 ihoii"!it lt niv tlulv in ac
bj- the late tiu.itj'.thc emloymc:it of cotm-' A" States entering into such a treatywill
sel on the paitof the government maj ' enjoy the ri-jlit ct passage througB jthe
lice and attested hj the M-al and signatuie Older in Council distmb this legislative ar- coi dance wiih the general sentiment of the
of the cleik of thecountj court and togcth-'latigemcnt the late actof the Hiitish Par-1 Ainciican people who deeply sj mpathlsc d
er wuu ue.u notes oi survej. snau be
dence on which the Commissioner
e evi- hament by which Urcat tJrilam is bi ought with the .Mav gar patriots to stand pieparcd
of lhe vv itliiii the teim-proposed hi the act of Con-1 U)0 the contingencv of the. establishment
t .it niio sees l Genciai Land OlTice shall be authouzed and giessof the fii.-t of March IS17 it is hoped
ui ... at; aim I ..sIe nntonts
x " t
ice. 11. I he said clerks shall keen reg
ular records of all the certificates issued; tlic
will be pioductive of benefit to both countries.
A slight interruption of diplomatic intcr-
liy her of a peiinancnt government to be the
first to welcome independent Hungary into
the family of nations. For this purpose 1
invested an agent then in Europe with pow-
er to declare our willingness piompllj to ic-
cogni.c her independence in the event ol
her ability to sustain it. The powciful in-
datc of issuance; the quantity of land and course which occuned bctw ecu this Gov ei li-
the names of the witnesses; and shall month-' inent and fiance 1 am happv- saj has been
ly forward to the Commissioner of the Gen- tei initiated and our aiiuistcr thcie has been
..-. . i ..... .
cral Land Olhce an abstract of the ccitifi- icceivcd. Jt is theicloie unnecessary to re- tcivcntion of Russia in the contest extui
cates issued with the names ol the applicants fcr now to the circumstances which led to -ti'shcd the hopcs'of the snuggling .Mavgais;
and witnesscs.and the nuiubeis and dales ami that intcriuption I need not express to jou ' he United Slates did not at anv tune nitei-
quanlity of land. the sinccic satisfaction with which we shall (ere in the contest but the feelings ol the
Sr.c. 12. The com Is heiein established welcome lhe ai rival of another envoy exit a-1 nation were stionsly enlisted in the cause
snau meet ni me couniy seat o. eac: cou.uj-j onuinu v -no. nninsi-r piciiipoicnuary irom a
on the first Monday of each month; and each sister Republic to which wc have so long
applicant shall for a certificate pay the sum been and still r main hound by the strongest
of two dollais to the Chief Justice and one. ties of amity.
dollir to the countj-cleric besides the ordi- Shoitly alter I had entered upon the dis-
nary fees prescribed by law for the official chaige of the Executive duties 1 was ap-
services of all ollicers of the court. prised that a new steamer belonging to the
Sue. 13. Jn cases t herein the rourls German Empiic was being fitted out in the
established by this act may be disqualified to ' haibor of New York with the nid of some ofj
taKC cognizance ot any claim for land under our naval oinceis rcncicicu un.Ier the per-
the provisions of this act in consequence of ' mission of the late Secrclaiy of the Trcasu-
any intcicst which the officeis of suchcouits1 rj This permission was granted during an
may have in such claim the parties appli-l armistice between that Empire and the King-
cant shall have the right to apply to the Dis-' dom ol Dcnmaik which had been engaged in
trict Comt of the countj vv Herein the land ' the Schleswig Holtteiii war. Apprehensive
become important for the purnosu of as- canal on pajment of the same tolls.
sisting the commissioners in protecting I'lic work of construction mulct
the inte.-ests of the United States. I re-
commend this subject to the earlj and fa-
v urable consideration of Congress.
Complaints have been made in regard
to the ineilicieney of the means provided
bj the government of Xew Grenada for
guarantees will beeum" .a bond of peace
instead of .subject of coiitcntiouand strife
between the nations of the earth. Should
the maratime States of Europe consent
to this arrangement (and wc have no rea-
j ".on to suppose that a proposition so fair
Ii.ttisM.ii till" tlu I'nife.I St-!.. ni .l .-r.ww.l and honorable will lie .intine.l lit- -sts-.
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the isthmus of Panama pursuant to our tuc energies of their people and ours will
postal convention with that Uepublie. on co-operate in promoting the success of
the ."5th March IS ll. Our Charge d' Af-! -he enterprise. 1 do not recommend anj-
laiis at Uogol.i h:us been directed to make ! appropriation from the National Treasu-
stich lep.csentntious to the government ! r for this purpose nor do 1 believe that
of A'ew Grenada as will it is hoped lead such an appropriation is ncccssarj. Pri
vate enterprise it properly protected will
complete thexvork should it prove to be.
fmsible. The parties w ho have procured
the charter fiom -iearngun for its con-
struction desire no assistance from this
Government bejoad its protection and
thev profess that having examined the
proposed line of communication thej will
claimed lies or wherein the parties applicant
maj' reside by petition in writing hied with
the clerk of the District Court at any time
that this act of intervention on our pait misht
be viewed as a violation of our neutral ob
ligations incurred bj' the treaty with Den
within five days before the commencement of. mark and of the provisions of the act of
any term of said District Conrt; and there-J Congress of the 20th of April ISIS I di-
upon and upon such proof being made as is rccted that no f.nther aid should be rendered
required in the 7ih and 8th sections of this by any agent or officer of the Navj-; and I
act such applicant shall receive certificates 'instructed the Sccrctarj' of State to apprise
I for their proper quantities of land signed by the minister of the German Empire accred-
the Judge of the District Court and nfftstcd .itcd to this Government of my determination
by the seal and signature c- the clerk of the; to execute tin. law of the United
jisinct t.ourt: which said ccrtiIicatcstogctii-. to maintain inu lniin oi treaties
fort to be free.
Our claims upon Portugal have been du-
ring the past j ear prosecuted will renewed
vigor and it has been lhe object to cmploj
everj' ctTbit of honorable diplomacy to pi it-
cure llicir adjustment. Our late Charge d'
Affairs at Lisbon the lion. G. W. Hopkins
made able and energetic but unsuccessful ef-
forts to settle these unpleasant mailers of
controvcrsj and to obtain indemnity for the
wrongs which were the subjects of complaint
Ourpicscnt Charged'AHiurs at that pot l will
also bring to the prosecution ol these claims
ability and zeal. 'I he revolutionary and dis-
tracted condition of Portugal in past limes
has been represented as one of the lcidiug
causes of her delay in indemnifying our sul-
Uut 1 must now say it is a
to a prompt icmoval ol this cause ol
The sanguinarj- civil war with wh'eh
the Republic of Venezuela has for some
tune past been ravaged has been brought
to a close. In its progress the rights of
some of our citizens fsident or trading
iheie have been violated. The restora
tion of older will ali'ord tlie Venezuelan he readv to commence the undertaking
government :iu oppoituuity to e.xamine vvhenever that protection -hall be- vter .-
and redi ess their grievances and others 'ed to them. Should there iup" . -.
of longer standing which our representa-'reasoi . x ;ti"i g e
Uveal Caraecas has hitheito ineffectual-'to cut. . a us doubt oi . -..-
Ij urged upon the attention of that gov- ticabil In -ii-iicting fciich t canal.
ei anient. j that d.
nil . . -.. -1
me extension ol tiic coast ot the L m-.actura.
ted -Mutes on the I'acilie. and the unex-
ampled l.ipidttj with which the inhabi
tauts ol Laliloima cspeeiallj are increa
sing in numbers have impaited new con-
. ... i
i ii. ' specunj soiv. u cw an
x.nijrr.ti ..i ot the route.
Shon I iifh.i work beconstrn ted. un-
der the fi iiiium protection of ail cations
for cqc 1 1 nelits to allityouId Le ncitiier
just uc t xj.edient thatinj goxernmcjut
seuuunce to our relations with the other! or mar iu.e state should' command the
cotinliies whose tetriiories bonier upon Jcomiui ae.uion. The Territory through
that ocean and it is probable that the na-j which re c ..ml ivrivr be opened ought to
tioual iuleicouise betvv een these countries be tree I aom the c' tiuis of any foreign
and our possessions in that cjuarter par-j power. A-osueh power should occupj- a
tieularlj- with the Uepublie of Chili will'positio: that would enable it hereafter to
become extensive and mutuallv advanta-lex'ereis. o controlling an influence over
geotis in proportion as California and the con. inert e of the world or tc obstruct
Uregon shall increase in population and
wealth. It is desirable therefore that
this go veriunent should do rvei vthintr in
the bighw.iv which ought to bededicatud
to the t tin.aon ue of mankind.
The r ato across the .Mlimus at Te
lls power to foster and strengthen its re- huantcp'e uid Panama tin also orthy
siv-w av---. j ---w--V'-- --. lliuilllv!'' t tUU L ..l---J --tv - -t
lations with those Slates. m.uI that the of unr - i.mis consideration. Thev
7 1 " " kjiJ
.siniiiol ainitj- should be mutual and cor- not fail cng.-je the attcntto:
dial. I nredece s. r. The ncg
1 recommend the observance of the tj- of 0 .iilalupc. IJidalgo.-asustri--rt
same course towards all other Amcncan ted to oiler axerv large sum ol mency.
btates. The United States stands as the' toi-tlm .u'lit jf transit acro-s the IstiiMUst
gieat American power to which as their' of Tchu iii.Op'ec. The iexicatv Govern-
cr with the field notes of survey shall be tions. The conespondcncc wtiich ensued dom and patnoti.in maj -uggest
1 . . . - .. . u . ...W.. .......... ........
matter of profound regret that these claims i atural av ad friend thev will alvvnvs'uinnt die not .ic-ede to tha nrortcsitiont.
have not yet been settled. Tho omission of bc disposed iirstto look for'mediation audi for thepurchase of llicriglitot war prof .
Portugal lo do justice to the Amcncan clai-.... in he cvcnt ol- u cois.011 bc- bably because it had air adv controctwlf -
.... I. .:.... I. ..:..- -..i.-..l.-l. i .t.. .-.
wuu jinvuvi: i.iuiv.uuais tui uk cu'isiitivr CSfiE '
tion ol a jKissiige from the Ouascullasjy-
er to iftuiautcpcc I shall not renew j.
mants has now assumeu a cnaracier so K.u. u ... f i .
and'wrious that I shall shortly make it the " " " '". " ' ".'" V-
SfatM. and'Ki; r -ninl ZnfeSwarc to Conirrcss. " .ou.. M ".3 WS Muai) 'iia.c- in
with all na-'.wt.i. ;.. ...m. ..iiirM.r.;.n ns us wis-! tllcr Huliall without entangling ourselves nv
in ioreij;u wars or unacccssarv coiuro-
anj- pror uion to purchase for monej"
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