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n't fight, for the sake of the reputation of the firm. Let the members that remain in see if they can't come to an understanding. So many of them as can agree, must take the Government and administer on the effects. Those who can't agree, must go scot free and set up for themselves." As my individual views have no place here, my duty is done in stating matters as they are, not as I would have them. Whatever plans arise shall be given to your readers impartially. Burnett and Ex-Gov. Smith are discussing whether Hawkins shall be excused. It is just a waste of time. Burnett has well said that the time for saving the Government is not by eulogies on the Constitution, but by prompt action. The Crisis Committee, as it is called, with or without Hawkins and Boyce, will not reach a conclusion satisfactory to any body but a few people who desire the Union under any circumstances. It would tickle you to hear Republicans talking about the South. They speak as if the South
l trial before Judge Lyons. James Baker, Thomas Wilkinson, and John Lipscomb, were examined for breaking and entering the shoe shop of Christian Miller on the night of the 30th of April, and stealing $24 worth of boots and shoes. The Court reminded them for final trial before Judge Lyons. Timothy Collins, indicted for misdemeanor, nolle prosequi entered, and prisoner discharged on payment of costs. Daniel Face, indicted for abusing the watch men in the discharge of their duty, was found guilty, and fined $1 and costs. Wm. F Simms, indicted for misdemeanor.--Cause set for to day. Patrick Wood, indicted for misdemeanor.-- Nolle prosequi entered. Richard Adams, appeal from the Mayor's decision. Cause continued until next term. Wm. Dailey and others, indicted for misdemeanor. Jury failing to agree, a nolle prosequi was entered. Wm. H. Smith, John F. Clough, and Wm. Gouldin, indicted for violating the revenue laws. Continued until the next term.
s, that the Southerners shall not be damaged while passing through or temporarily sojourning in a non-slaveholding State. All the propositions were referred to the select committee. Those propositions from the slave States were presented by Smith of Virginia, Noel of Missouri, and Hindman of Arkansas. Mr. Leake's proposition for amending the Constitution is that Congress shall have no power over slavery either in the States or Territories, or that where Congress has jurisdiction, slaected and the Territorial government have no power over it. The master of a slave to be protected in passing through, or temporarily sojourning in, a free State, and when the slave is stolen, the master to be indemnified. The resolution of Mr. Smith, of Virginia, instructs the Committee to inquire into the propriety of declaring out of the Union such States as by legislation aim to nullify the acts of Congress. The resolution of Mr. Jenkins, of Va., inquires into the expediency of ren