Newspaper of The New York Herald, September 6, 1860, Page 3

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated September 6, 1860 Page 3
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Seward late the em, iBd has been gotnc on mr since la the Congressional districts. Oat of Um entire bleak re puhOaaa representation la lb* prwmt Ooogrem foow Maine, not on* baa bam spared. Kvery district has ? now tnaa runaiug on tbe republican ticket. In Indiana only tbrnn of Um republican representative* la tbe present Oongresa have been nominated for re election. la Michi gan all but one have received Invitations to remain at baoM alter the f th of March next. They have alao made a cleaa sweep of all those dead nigger warriors known as aati Lsoomptoniteo. The work Is still progressing. A -Vorwbuas por UevoHSM ?J. D. Rey?u?rt, democre Ue candidate for Congress in the Second djitrlcl of Wis consin, la a by birtb, aud a man of more than ordinary talent. It is Mid that bo can deliver n stump spnseh In four diflkrent languages Hir-t Down in* Doruias Flao.?Tbe Greensboro* (iU ) Beacon, In lU last issue, says that, "after mature deliberation,'' It bts ?'determined to lake down the Doug Ian flag,'and gives as tu reasons that "Sva sixths at toast of its subscribers, if not a larger portion, are opposed to Douglas; that its advocacy of him could do him no pos siblt good, as be stands not the slightest chance of getting the vote of Alabama,'' and that it has no particular liking for hiss, any way. MR. BRECKINRIDGE BEFORE THE PEOPLE. His Great Campaign Speech at Ashland Yesterday. Fnrioes Onslaught the Douglas Fatties. Bartow of tho Prooeedtogu of the Nominating Conventions. Rxposition of the Poiition and Principles of the national Democracy. Mr. Breekinridge Repel* His Enemies and Vindicate* Hi* Becord, Bo.. Be., Bo. Imxixotox, Ky., Sept. 6, 16AS. everything was propitious for tho gathering to-day. At at early hour to day the roads from all directions were crowded with people. At eleven u'lluok a salute of thirty .three guns announced the arrival of Mr. Breckin ridge. Be was balled with enthusiastic demonstrations. At twenty minutes aflar eleven ha arose and said:? TEX IfUCB or ME. BKMc'ElN ktllHiX. 1 beg you, ay neighbors, friends and old oonstituents, to be assured that I feel profoundly gratetel for the cor dial welcome you have extended D me. Tbe oircum ?inncee under which I appear before you are noyei and cnusual. 1 do It a obedience to the request of friends whose intelligence I have been necnatomed to obnerva; and If it be an uncommon thing for a person a my posi tion ho addrees assemblies of people, I can only say I hope to discuss topics a a masmir not altogether unworthy tbe attitude which I occupy. I shall certainly indulge a no language which, a say opinion, will fhli below the { dignity of politics discussion. The condition of ay beet* and my position sank* u lmponalblo to extend ay voice ever this vast assembly; but I trust I will become stronger ns I proceed. I have be?a asked, fellow citizens, a apaak a my own boons, becauss 1 and the political organization with which I na connected. have beea assailed In an unusual manner, and charged with treason to ay country. I appear be fore you to day for the purpose of repelling certain accu sations which have been made agaiaet sse personally, and ladaatrtonsly circulated through other ?Males of the Union; and next, to show that the principles open which f stand arc the principles of both the oaastltuttoa and Union of our noon try. (Great apple um ) And surety. If at any time the justldoalion ooold be found by any man for addressing the people in the position which I oocupy, it will be found a ay cone. Anonymous writers and wander log orators have cbnasn to tell the people that 1, Individually, aa a disunion at and n traitor to |ay country; and they declare, with as surance, that I have exhibited n treason that a aha, by comparison with It, Burr a patriot, and the as nary of Arnold respectable, bat, foUow-oltlasns, before I eeae te these lopka, I desire to make and prove a I sive statement la regard to ay position in < with the Presidency of the United Htateo. I nhsrgsd with n premature nmhitten; I have ha with intriguing for the son fat inn, 1 have be* wMh 1 sap lag bsfore the wishes of the people, and dsalr log to thrant a yet if before them for the highest ottos in their gill. Te tarn l answer, it f wholly amiroe. I have written to nobody soliciting support; 1 have en vsmed with nobody soliciting support, I nave latngwad with nobody, I hare prom wed nobody. To thorn Male ?sals I challenge contradiction foam any hamta being. (Chasm) A Vote*.?Thal'i to John C. Alomi Von ? ?irpoe your wulk wider. Mr. Bntnunux.*?1 did Dot eoek or den! re to In plaead before the people (or the offioo of PraaMeol by Bay ood ? TtDlaa. Wbeu I rtlurwil lo the Suit of Kentucky to the tpriag of 1MB, ud woo informed that tome partial Maude were presenting my aame to the public lo that oooaoctiua. aod a certain editor, whoeo pi meoe I tee here, hod holoted my name tor the Presidency, I laid lo htm?-Friend, 1 am act m toy mm a for the rrmidoocy, ' ood I deaired that my name might ho lofcto dowa from the hood of their oolomoa. It woo done. A vary amioeoi citizen of lha Onmmec wealth of Kentucky woo prootated for that ofltoe, I woo grotldad to oao It, ood oo Mr oo my own declaration* wore ooaoera od, I sailed oordtally ia presenting him for the mffragee of the American people. No I torn, in or oat of the aom maowealth of Keotsehy, did I do ao act or attar a word which would bring my namo la oooOiet with hlo or aoy other eminent Amor I now oil lorn who deolrod, or whoae rrteode dmlrod 'or him, that puoltraa. and If yon will ton? the trouble to rood the proceeding* of the Ubarleo luo Chorea Hon, you will remember, whoa I race I red the rota of Arkansas, oao of my frUod* arooo and with draw my aame, declaring I would not allow It lo enme la oaadiot with thw gootlemao before the CooToatleo When that CbOTOOthm aeeembled at Bail i store my toto logs and my onmduet were Mill oochoagad. After the disruption which toeh plaee there, my same, without aoy oolMtoUoao oo my part, not deeming the proooota Uaaofmy boom poaothie, I said 1 did eat desire to he preeaatod lo the Amerlnsn people, 1 woo ootteat with the hoaorO which had hoea heaped epoa me by my Male Ohd my ooualry, aad I looked forward with pieaeure to the proepeet 1 had ef oarrrng my couatry la the Maale ad the I'altod Mala* Ibr the aext olz year* My mm, bo oarer, waa preceded, and I (bit I could oot rufuo* to aocept I be nominal I ? Withnet abaadaatag rival principle* Mg my ft lead* It ? aaM I woo nM ragotorly aimlaalif, aad that am ma la out aiuoea of niiaoto waa pallia I hare ant time la dm*u? to dap, and It has oi ruody bees thoruughly aahlhttod aad dlooouroad apaa bo Ma Mm people. I raMr you to the boM letter ef your dMagatao hum thla Oaagraaatoaal dbhlat I retor you to the westerly add aupoootro speech rooootly delivered bp my himarahta ft Mad, m whoa* pimh wa arc aow mot. I am oaly my that the Omruatteu which eoaembiod at the Froal street theatre, at Belt I more, la my jodgmmt, woo demid, oot ooly the plrtl of jmtme, hot of lha harm of regal artty (Cheers) The guollemaa wham H prom a ted aoror rooolood the rota required hp the rales | of lha Immoral in orgoaiaMlea. What* "tola* were azcladud md dhfraaehioed la that Onarmlliia. aot to apeth of tadlrlduafc Ihe mat la grant mala of le.) actios arooo pirpatraiad tor the putpuaa of tjciutag a particular dogma opoa the deaaoerattc or gnaiaatiaa. nod the gaaiiamaa who m the lapimaa tot In of mat do,mno M the npimmtaHre aim of prtsctpto* ob I. I will ha ahle IB show repugaaat alike t? reaano and the cnastu'ekton. A dmrtdud motor* y af the date gatoa (Vom your ?%wm mate withdrew ftwm the Oram lion, deciariog thai * ? ?"* ? Wathmal Onenatmi af tho red democrat* ?ioiM>.mtlsn Tim ?uttre ielegelku. from the flfteaa Snath*.-* "toMea, and af (laltfarata aad 'begoa, with large mlaorihtoO tram other toetoe. making lawhotoer ? part delegatkuw fw-t?omat two utrdo of the ?uwe of the oooftderaf It r-oreeeeted a !?e tkiaal Democratic Oeareu tnu prhdiag epos Me e-thorl ly aae loyally of the demm-roth* F Bot- ?rw,r t the great M. what are !??* price ;rl?a which rught M onmmead :bema*lr<m to the vmar?e*e p-.ple at | ?to- la Mm oaaraoa TVwo I will dim <?? I bars | **?, HI Mhre : pTNoad firtf-r, f *13 f***P *I?MWr It4 urrer a namber of p?on?l noenanttons, so? of wbieb n?nalefl in lbs HUM of Kentucky Hi otbera elimw litre, by which, through BM, It la attempted to strike down tha organization with which 1 am connected. It begets In ? almost a feeling of hiuailiation to ana war ao? of then, but aa I hare imposed upon myself tha Uik, I will aoawer them all aa briefly aa I can. A Voicn?" Go it, John." Mr. Bnammmnon?I believe it haa been publlahed la almoat every Southern newiyaper of tha oppoaltion par. ty, that 1 eigned a petition tor the pardon of John Rrown, the Harper'a Ferry murderer and traitor Tbia la untrue So much fur that. (Criaa of ?' Good.") It haa beeu ex tenaively charged aud circulated that I war iu 'avor of the election of General Taylor to the Presi dency, and waa uppuaed to the election of Can and But'rr. Tbia alau la wholly uutrue. In the ) ear 1147 there waa a medlng in the city of Lexington, In which 1 participated, and at which General Taylor ear recommended for the Prendency of the L'ni'c t later. A difference of opinion exhibited at thai timr aa to the pa itticai aentlmenta or that dixtingniahed grnucman. i waa aaaured, upon grounna satisfactory to me, that they com cidcd with my own political opinions, and 1 united in the meeting, Prrtty soon afterwards I went to Mexico. When I returned, twrtve months afterwards, in 1848, I found the campaign in full nuet, with Taylor aa the whig and Cass aa the democratic candidate. It la well known to thousands of th'so within the sound of my voice that as soon as I returned home I took the stump in behalf of tha democracy, and main tained its doctrines to the beat of my ability. A Votes? All right. Mr. BanciLLNKiixin?I waa uot afraid to do It, because they were the representatives of my principles, and you ?nay judge of my leal. Aa one of those |?itlfo,ei waa my old commander and my friend, it waa said I waa not present and did not vote at the election at Lexington in lflifl, and that ia tine. But the explanation, which my opponents have never published, la entirely satisfactory, showing that It was my Intention to he absent during the canvass; bat it waa not my intention to loae my vote. Yon all know at that time, as a citizen, I could vote anywhere in tha State, which wis before the revision and adoption ot our present constitution. But It ao happened that there were Bin or eight gentlemen also accompanying me, all or them belonging to the whig par ty, and they proposed to mo that if I would not return to my own town and vote, they would not. If they would, there would be six or seven votes cast for Taylor and but une for Out. (Cheers ) I accepted the proposition, and we went hunting?(laughter)?and had every man done aa wall a* myself we should have carried the State by forty thousand majority. (Applause.) Among tboee, I remember three names of my friends?Thomas 9. Redd, Nelron Butler and George P. Jewell. Another charge has been extensively circulated throughout the Southern Staler, asserting that I waa an emancipationist in 1849, or at least voted for an emsaclpatioalst at some time or ether. Mr. Breckinridge here read aa extract 5rom a letter from Hon. George Robertaoe, published in a Southern paper, having reference to bis pes tioo on this ^nestlon, and alluding to his privato affairs, and oommeuted on it at tome )ep|th and with much severity. The only tune, paid Mr Brecktnr! tge, that i know of the question of ?mancipation being raised in Kentucky, In my day, was In 1849, when we electing delegates to a convention to form a new constitution Then Or. Breck inridge and Mr. Sbey wtra emancipation candidates, and Mr. Wlckliff and I canvassed the county to the beat of cur ability in opposition to emancipation, believing that the interests of both raiea in the Onmmoawealtb would be promoted by the continuance of their present relations. At the polls Dr. Breckinridge voted against ma, and I voted against him?(cheers)? because we were representing opposite principles; hod just ao it would be again under similar circumstances. So much for Uiat charge But I have seen pamjibleM publlahed and circulated all over tha Union for the pur pose of proving that I waa a Know Nothing In Um year 1863 in the State of Kentucky. (Lead laughter ) i have no doubt. that a very considerable proportion of these listening to me were members ot that Order ta that year; aud if there is a man among you who bel mged to tha Order, who evrr aaw me in one of year lodges, who did not know that I was recognized aa one of Um must uncompromising opponents of the Know Nothings, let him be go good anongh to any ao now. (A Votes?"Be slot bare.") I believe that 1 was the flrst gentleman in Omgreea who took a position egalaat the organisation. Whan I returned home ta the spring of lflflt, It waa bmA isg great progrcai ?the commonwealth, and aUhoagb I waa withdrawn from pabbs life to attend ta my privato ailhirs, I opposed it la repeated rpseehm ail over Kentucky. This statement may set be very aoMpmhls to aamo gen tleeaen ta the sound of my voles, hat 1 do net want to drive awy man. I stand upon my pi muipiee, awd ? wil ling to vlsw them wltaoat tha slightest regard to oeaae queacio. I ? represented to this day as having aatd that I would amko a political dlffmtucc batwaan one ot my own religious belief tod one of opposite belief, and ! between a asturnlissd wd an unnatural < sed oltlsew. I j Dmr literal such i sentiment. (Ureal applause.) Tbs | underlying principle with dm ?m this, that the oooditka of ctuienahip being once obtained, no gusotloa at either birth or religion should bo allowed to oo?fglo with political oooeoltdkUoee (Applemo.) I doom It only nmsssry to ntkl tbeoe stomtasato hero laccioct ly tad pool on, bocaooo I am spooking to eossmbled thou made who know their lajaotlos. Ret follow oiuaoao, to com to More extended topics. It has been imiHii! that I and the political arganiaatloa with which I am oonaect td, bate abandoned the ground oa which we itood in re gard to the territorial question la lUt and ISM. that we thee occupied a position which Is now occupied by the Mends and supporters of Mr. Douglas, sad that smtnsot gentleman himself I dewy It, end I shell new prooeed to prove It, both as to myaetf and M to the party you hare heard therein Involved. No report at the speeches made by me oo the qoeotlou wore over revised by ami or wrtttea out in Ml I hero boon emaoad to oea the various portions at what they call the "Tippecanoe speech," sad the divers reports at it which the reporters made ft* different papers. I bars la my haado s report which reads as fellows:?" la reference to the Territorial question, the people at the Territories under the Ktaaao Nebraska set bare the fall right to ohoHah or prohibit slavery. This principle la as old as ropaMtasa gofers meat Itseir * Not only did I never atter Such a sentiment but 1 bare so renaaa to believe that aay body ever thought 1 uttered it But I have oo time to wMte in eosasaoola upon the propr etjr or dollcocy at a gentleman who Is before Um ooostry for the office of Presides! la Intro dadng the earns of one who Is aloe o ooodldnte and fif ing bis personal testimony as In that gentleman'* opinions I shall waste so Mm* in di prlety at sorb * course. I wteh of Ion. tepben A. Deoglm In ? cartas at widen be bee been rend log and eves recently in Coneoi I glfe bis own language. "There Is not an la all America," says Mr Douglas, "who will deny Umt .learns imehaaaa and John C. nrecktartdge la ISM ware pledged to the doctrine at son ia torrent ion by Ooagrem with fee vary lo the Mr i Use tea. " Mark the ward as H is there, "sen intervention " Ha" made apaeehaa foam tha asms stomp with J. C Br?eklnrtd*e la IMC. wtmn ho was adinmllag his owe c la lam to the Tfes Prsatdmcy. and nasrd him go to tha astrams laagth la ferur at pans hw seeeretgaty la Ms Terr liar tss." Man, apsaktag at other gestlemea Ihm the Moth, aha bad bean npi aaalag themselves la tha North, ha aya, "la oanry aoe of the they adrnmlii sgaaHm sefaratgaty M its Bare la the apace at twwiro Ham yea and "squatter sovereignty," all oftdsatly ? tsylwg tha asms mean lag. 1 hsM Ihs daetriae af aoa latarvMttaa av It waa originally mdiratud wed mgnftil tale tha log Mai an at the euaatiy (ehmw)?aa 1 will ptaasad to Mow more fohy to another part at ay feisuh- At as time, either before or efter tha passage at the lima Nebraska bin la Qmgrma, did I over aatartala or utter the eptetoe that the Territorial IngMolaro, prior to the roramttoa ef o feats oooatttattoa, bod powrer to ostdodo tlav* properly Dam the common forrltertsoof the Cnkw; and oo other odfonoto of my duotrloso ana bo fowad who Win ?nhotaatmee I bo sharps nam. I am to eater tale yam brteiy by m clear aa oapoaltlaa so t oaa of the attitudes ef part let la regard to tha ques tion at heue. la IMd we raasored lbs ratrial a of lb" Missouri lino, pass11 the Ranma Nebreoea bill Ihroogb both boom s. nod It became o law. Ttma woe one point upon which the friends of the bill differed. The Boo there fH-eds ef Urn measure and a few Nor there frtrade at It denied tbc prwwr either of Coagrem or the ThrrMotM Lrgtetrtvre la exclude any deacrl^toa B**" party. Th? other party assumed the ground that the Territorial Isgisiato-a had such omMsoxm. It was aa ut. orootHatluoai question, sod they of.**ed act to mane It ? met'-r f leglr'sl'vw dispute, hut u* ?waksapr" ;a the fell to refer to tha Boyrem* fom-t fin a daolstoe, at* an r?eth( h?f ? "t <* te ebde by the tprwtaa mad# by that august tribunal. I poo this constitutional qow ttoo M no low prove that there wu eucb en tfrwoMt Ordinarily i bill aanoot bo taken from ? Territorial ooart Ibr 0114 b ibe Supreme Court of I be Colted States until tbe matter in controversy amounia ts (1,000, and 10 order that thin quention might be tried before tba Supreme Ooura clauae wan tnrerte-1 to mead the contingency, and another now dur eg tbe period be tween the paeeage of that bill and tbe decialou of tbe Su preme Court. All pernone 00 each aide ootertatned their own opinions. We in tbe Biuth held toat the Territorial legislature did not darn ibe power. Mr. Oougtas and tile fTieiid# beld Ibat ibe T? rr'ional Leg eiature did baee Ibe power We iu?|e-uile<l ibat qn?el'"?>, ao-l referred It I by a hill to the S iprvme Tou-t of Ibe Culled Staled to determine tbe conttiluiional qwoikm, therein iovolred. There waa now a body to whom we could refer the ?it-eatloo, and we thought it uoueceaeary further to debate ?> each parly agreeing to acquiesce in tbe deolelou an rendered by raid body. 1 think that if a pretty plain etalrmrnt on that point, and I sake it to abow that there waa a tow taken by tbe southern frienda of the moaaure m Congrera, among tbem your be01 be ape '.her, t? support tbe deciaion. (Mr Breckinridge here read aome entrails from bia speech delivered in tbe Huuteof Repreaentaliren in 1(64 ; We were willing be oontiaucd, to have the quea lion drctdrd in the Court of the United States. Again, I ray that it ? contended upon the one hand upon tbe idea of the equality of the State* under the ooeatitu t:on, and their common property In the Territories, that the cilizena of ibe elareboldiag States may remove to tbe Territories with their slaves, and there b-gelly bold them until the Territory la resolved Into a Stats, aud in that capacity exclude them. on tba other band, it la raid that slavery being Id conflict with common right, can exist r.nly by forco nt positive la*: and u la denial tbst the courts ever Tirnlehed tbe lew. I said thai we demand tbat all cltU-ns of tbe V'blted Statoa he allowed to enter the common Tirrttory with tbe constitution alone in their nance, for that instrument protect* the titie of '.ho master to his slave in this common Territory Yju cannot corn plain if it docs not protect bis title. We aek no help from Congress. If difliculiies occurred, we will let them be submitted to tbe cvurle. New, open my own pereontl vindication, Ibe doclrluee announced by me In that speech were Joel to'.b se I have ever declared in the commocweaitb of Kentucky?such an 1 bare ever declared in every pobli 1 addieea which t have made in Oslo, Indiana, Michigan and Pesos; ivanla Afterwards, when it was understood that I bad been charged with It, I was reported to have admitted that this power belonged to tbe Territorial Legislature. In the month of September, 1666. the editor of tbe Kentucky Stol'tmaii, published in this city, alluding to this char pi, made tho following statement, to which ! heg leave to refer j ou. Mark joc, tbw war before the Prealdeniiai elect Ion of 1666 Mr Breckinridge then read from an editorial In the Kentucky Statesman of October, 1864, in which it waa slated that during bl* tour through Indiana and Ohio that be (Mr. Breckinridge) avowed the eaot'ioeaU be had often proclaimed In Kentucky, and which are clearly em bodied in tae Cinemnntl platform 1 that he dentod that the democratic jwrty was, In its federal relallous, apr<vala* very party; that It was nether such a party nor an anti slavery party; that it rejected the interference of the federal government aitber to introduoa or exclude slavery ; that It left tho Territories op?u to common settlement from all the States; Uiat each State was entitled to fo-m ite own constitution and enter into the Union without ancrimmalioa by Congrera 00 account of Its allowance or prohibition of slavery, and that the statement that ha (Breckinridge) advocated "rquatter sovereignty" waa urlrue. Mr. Breckinridge continued?7u tbe autumn of the rams year 1 received a Louisiana paper oonlaming remarks made by General Mills, who hoard my speech, In which ha denied that I had admitted this doctrine of the Territorial power. lie scat me a slip eon tain Irg his rpeeeh. In the snane month, before the rrraldentlat'electlon, 1 answered htm taytng, hands off tbe whole subject by the federal government, except for one or two protective purposes mentioned in the constitution. the equal right of all sectloae la the common Territories, and tba abaotuta power of each new State to settle the question in Its ooaatituttoa. These are my doctrines, and these of our platform, and, what la more, lha coaatituuon. Now, follow cmraaa, agairai the lata sneota of that dtellnulebed Senator, Id which ha under takes to prove allegations against myself by blmaeir, and thus oppsea ray own statement, next In proof I rand to yon from ray speech in 1>M, la Oaagrera, tba article in the Ltxmgua paper before the Presidential a lection, the testimony of General Mule, who heard that qptech at Tippecanoe, and ray awe letter la raewir 10 gentleman, containing my opinion of the qoration that ttrao.aad what h A Vetera-" Now you 1 Mr. Bssataiaiaas 1 tkiak I bar* pruv?e ae fully m ooold be npwbil to (to Mb I tattoo af e Teach, Utf tb? etorp to uefossded. In 'act, I will *44 that the pusi tk? 1 iMiiwil vu that takes by all tka Southern friends of Um Mekntoka kill, and by a parties of Its .Honkers freed*. Tbeee were uur private opinions, these are tka opts lose w? oafkl as all proper oaoaaioa^t eapreaa. Bet we did sot uaderlakt to force all other* to agree to tketo fi bed agreed tu refer that to the fat(beet trtheaal is tka t'atos. New, gaatlemea, he v lag vie dtested ayeelf aad tke nonet tottoesl democracy from Ike charge of havlag ebeedesed tke position tkey took Is MM, .a IsM and is 1IM. I tors opoe ay aoiosar ted eaderleke to afeow tkat ke klOMeif abes-htoed tke agriitoiat fedemaly eiarfa at tke Iism tke Keeaaa H-braoha kill passed the Coepne of tba Called Plaice? (trrei i edevia ohcericf)?aad I w1U not take myself as a w ie>aa tgaleat hue to de It, kut I will prove it by kitoael' (T ileto '?Good, good, aod load tp plane* ) (to the ??coed day ol July, 1?M, la debate upoa a bill to authorize Um people of Kaaaaa to fora a oneelltuttoe preparatory to adaiaelua into tke Calos ae a State, the quest foe aroao as to what wee. tke true meaaieg of tke Kansas Nebraska bill, aad Ike limitation of tke powvra of tke Territorial (oreraprot Ur. Trotobell nfhred Ike follow tog additions! recttoa to tke bill .?"Aod be It further ee acted, that Ike previews la tke aet to "Taali? tka Terr torsa of Nebraeka aad Kaoeae, which declared It to be tke tree latest and messing of aaid aet, set to legtolele els very leto say Territory or Wale, sor to eiclode It there from bat to leave tke people thereof perfectly free to regulate their domestic laetrtattoae to tkelr owe way, vobyeet osty to tke eoeetltutloo of tke Catted Pistes, was lateaded aad doea confer opoe er toeve to the people of the Territory of Basest fail power at say time tkroegb its Territorial legislate re te exclude toe very mat esid Temtery, or to reoagstoe M aed regulate it thereto." That was Mr. Trvmbnll'i iei fa i" ageism which as overwhelm lag voted, tasted tag (tosaraJ Cashed me, however, do Mr. nooglae the he was against that a woodmen t, ho did aot baiieve tka Tarriiorlsl Is. the power te axclade slavery the Territory, bat because ha did set boltova Iks Territorial IsgtsleUre bad the power to eaelode toe vary rroaa the Temtery, bet htnaaei be did sot ba lers It waa onee latest to dee Ids the goeetioa togtetoi; re ly which they bed agreed to toeve to the oourt (toe Cbee.eetd Mr kreeklarldge, aaye ? [Bore Mr. B. Touted from ape aches of (1* serai COM to shoe that the North aad the Perth differed about the pwwert that totgbt be gives e Territorial log total ere, and that Ike Kasaaeblll toft that to bo adjedioatad by tho Court. by wbtoa alose the eoeetltetMsel q mattes eesld u* aetuod taeily .) Mr. ?Veeftlertdge ooettoaed -tor P>- glee, to the aatoe debate, seed lb* Mlnwtog language, 1s egtak wg of the ettetopt of bto ooltosge* lo cor roe as ?ifdeloe not of him upon lb* queettoa "whether T> mtortol legislature bad the power te otelede store propert) fVoei o Territory before It bvreme e ?tele'" [Mr B here reed fmwi tor. Douglae* epeerb a declare tloa that Ibla pnlat la lb# Nehrasfeabm we a JedVtol quest too which he w?ald aot Itocuaa, bncsuee, by the bill, It waa refer led to Ike Itnprewe (Vmrt l Mr. nreck larldge cos*'Bond ?(to the 15th /# May tool, la tke Resale, Mr TtougieeaaM ? Mr R here read as < itract from the apenoh of Mr. ramgtoe, cneeledleg with the aaaertioa that "we agreed to refw ft to the Jadictory aad wa agreed to abl te by their decie ?. J tklak T have shown that ?pa the poiet of dl^y ' hotwewa the Meade of the Noaaas Mil ae to lb* power of a Territorial fogtototorw to "* stare pe.. prrty, that R waa agreed to refer It te the * Chart, aad that when It bed been Hdictotlj dotermlsed. we alxi'iM abi.1v by their deal etna. S.>? w with me awhile, aald Mr. Itr-ee inridgo, wbli I reed a very IIMto from the d'clebw of ? duo-an Court of the failed fet e tn th? Or. <1 d*?U ????- !*?? tie for a moewat lorn te Ibe c*>e>,*i' ghtennd J , l to' of the mnet angnet Irtbunsi >iprw too ,.v?tr. (J/md and loeg oontlntivd cheering ) Tbld n.dn'-n ?? to ky at? tho Jcdye of tho Court ?t" ?>t tw . and was .tiered by ltd Jib ??rl"we 'tilrf ."etv? uf ,v i.'pHSd dtp! ? Mr. B quoted it r.iastderebls length from llio Dri l dooit j decirion, commenting un Iho points mxinUned U* vti?t opinion, and oontinm d as follows ? Now, try fallow eitizaoa, what la the authority of the dr. ision of me Supreme 'tourt of the United Steles, to whom wo agreed to refer thia disputed question of tba power or the Territorial Legislature! Thdy decide that the Territories have been acquired aud arebtld by tbe federal gcvernment, and I bat citizens of all tbe States may hold and enjoy tbeir property In tbena until tbey take oa lb* (auctions of sovereignty and are admitted into tbe Cniou. Nothing leas than a Slstc being cam pet en t to delvrmlne tbe question of slavery or no totvory; tbey declare that the cilU-JD esters any Trrrttnry aim tbe constitution in bis baud, and that the redoi at government can r.rrctae no power over bis properly than that which the instrument has conferred, and tbey declare that since the federal go vernment annul do it, still less can it fores a Territorial government to exercise those powers which it could not oi'Dler up<-n any local government a right to violate. Between slave properly and other kinds of property no distinction eris's. That property in slaves Is raoogotzod by the constitution of tbe United ?Hatee, and that toaru is no word in that instrument wh'cb gives tbe Congress of tbe United Ptaica greater power over it, or which entitles that property to lees protection than other proper'y, ?nd that the only poerr which tbe Congress of tbe United H?tee ha lu gusr iiag and protect lng the rights of oil1, -ns, Isngusge could not make plain er. I have beard it said that the esse which went to tbe Supreme Court of the United States was not the ease winch wrnt from tbo Territories, bat a case that went from a State, and therefore nobody is bound until a case comes from a Territory and is rrgdtarly taken up. That Is a oonfersivu, In my opinion. We sg'ee 1 lo refer H t? tbe Supreme Judicial tribunal upon any case properly artsisf and -omirg otfore that august body. It wss a proper care and properly decided by tbe court. It covers tbe |*>lnte?T <1 ilfkrence between tbe fri*nd*<d the Nehi-as ka bill. It u rand.d, "leer and stateenianllke Now I have shown yon the dubrswea between us In that bill and tbe ?g?eeu?e?it between tbe friends of the bill I bave shewn you tbe decision of the Supreme Court. Wo have arrived at tbe point wbtre there "b?uM bo ktrwsf aud peace?a point screed upon. Tbe an It point of difference hail been de|era>'ti?d by the highest judicial au thority if tbe Union. Of course, the constitutional quo*Ikui wan settled according to tbe agreement The opinion of tha Supremo Court wan delivered in 1147. hvervtbiag was quiet till tha year Hit. When tbe Senator from Illinois. Mr Douglas. w?a a candidate for roelection from that Hate, then, the trst time in tbe bittnrv of Araertoxn pontins, ws find the opinion advsnosd that there vat a mode or which rubtudli ate aiithorltuui may override the oplokxi of the highest mint la the fiaion. Then wo tin 1 how the agree ment to abide by tbe decision of ths supremo Court is met. Tbe ilMiUrelloa is ma.le that a ?..b .r.lii.ub. author. tly mey enMsaete or exclude from t te Territories the property of cttisras of tbe Southern State*, without re sard to tbe eptnten of ths Supreme 'hurt to the cwtrary. In a debate hetwrru Mr. Douglas sod Mr T.lncoto the until't raid, "'be next question prufiiio'4ed to me by Mr. Lincoln is, -an tbe people of a Territory la any lawful way. agelsst the wtahrs of the United States, exclude slavery from ttwlr llmlla prior to ths format loo of a Stale ooextitulkie. I answered em phstteally, se Mr. I ?ccols bas beard ese answer a hundred times from every stomp m Illinois, toat in my opinion the yrople of a Territory can by tawral means exclude slavery from their ttmita prior to the formation of a State constitution. That question ws agroed in las Kan sas Nebraska bill In refer to <b? Supremo Court, and H was decided aw 1 bave ;ust shown you." I have shown yon that Mr. Douglas agievd to submit the questing of slavey la the TWrrltnr fee io the .tecle oa of tbe Supreme Court, and that be sequiorcod la tf.o ceolaloa of that Court. I quote Mr. Docglas again con oeralag what ha call* an abstract question. Tbe que* I ion may be an abstract ire. but it Is cms involving ths equality of the Stain of this Union, mi the vitstl rights <>f more than half of them. (tp plause ) It matters aat, say* Mr. D., what way tbe Si prema Court aif bervaftar decide an le tbe abstract qor a turn, whether slavery may or may sot go Into a Territo ry. Under tha constitution tha people Sara the lawful maawota latredeoe or exolude II, as they please, for ths ream that alevery exist a day or as hour auy wbera, unlaws it Is sapported by IwmU poitea regulations It insllms ss to ths right to go Into ths Twrltorlea under ths oowst! tallow tha people aw? lawfully ax elude It. ] have shewn you that ia llM, a the Senate of the United talss, be sold If the eoaotltniMw autbo nwa it to go there, sad protects it, so power on earth aaa aba it away. 1 would ltbs a sas those two state meats rceoecfrf (Ureal apple sas) Whether tha cos Stttatlea did authenss It a go there asd prnfemt the la dtvldnel a bis property wsa aqoatrea wbtoa bo agioed te refer to the court. This I have proves, sot by ay self, but by hla. Us now says so aatter which way tbs court dectdsa it, It amy be ?vclosed, (drolnsgsd ep pianos.) If I wars die pond to Imitate the bad example of an rmtaeat asaa t he Mid about me, Umk Is so basest meo ts lb* fitted muss who ess deny that the ?xrr~mrtil was made, that lbs decision was mods Is eoooedooce with ??or vies of the ouustiluttos, sad Qui the *dr#es??ul baa been violated by lbs Senator and bis iwrsonal adbrrents, who agreed to abide bjr It (Applause) A'trued bp geutlsmen who entertain tbo asm* nptaiona as I do a pun it by (Air Bssly appeals. Ac oorclag to lbs best of n; ability, and understanding tbe rrasno of lbs ouostilullusi of our ovualry, do not wo staM our business fairly, aod do we not stats to*** is lbs very language of tbe Supreme Court f Its we not stood upon tbe cosetiiLimu as abjudicated by tbe nourt, and do we ar t ripress our rsasooa la temperate, manly aod raepec table argumeots * Tbe pure language In which the So prrmr Court atelra quvelluos aad dee Idea, and tbe man ner is wbirb it Is ttated by tbo disttngulsbed mutator (Yuwi llliauts?bow doe* be state It f Bern are quaatlooa upon wbKb tbe highest tstslleMs nf tbe nsoatry are ever rwed rngag lag lb* aDMoue altealmo of your wlaast aod b?t men. rugagisg the auealkm of tba mast august | bunal on rarth; debated la yosr iteoste, dasoted Is your Rouse of Rrprrssatsttvrs; debated before so toes people ubo woat to gat up to authority Tbe question is stated from an# sod of tbo country to tbe other Theory le, is It a?t well argued' Row arm aod yet umperale. with oat aay appeal* in socalir passion aod prejudices Tbe numtma la wb? liter yoar property la tb* same a* otter property?whether it has the same rights la the Territories as other properly! The stole swat la mads that joe (beat fbree slavery d?wa tbe throats of an uswllllsg peopm. The argument cuuslsta of as appeal to lbs passions of one (return of tbe t'ulou against another. Mr. Iwuglaa admitted that liars pro party standi upon tba same foot leg with olbsr property. The papreme Court baa decided thai under tbe ooaaute I toe it steads on tba mm* footing and has tbe same right to protest ma la tba numaaiia Tarrltarim as other proper ty Yet ws bear tbe aoeasathm about (e Hog skerry down tbe threats of an o* el.llag people Who wauls to do M! I'jss the eatotiaoaol the qsastioa of pr itectioo af priests property la this Tataa Imply tba tbe toutbera ?states are forced to lake charge of suet priperty Cub st tste this word "property for lbs word "stares ' and see bow it would read:?"You attempt to fbroa ataeery dews tba throats of aa uawilltag people," "You attempt lo Ihrr# property down the throats of aa ua willing pen pie" (Iood iaaghisr aad elf-era. > Why the Territorial authority la lbs rranters of (Vmgrrss, Co-grew Is the creators of the onostiutlna, aad the ooastltutms of tba stair? the propia of the MsM; aad hers you would boss a rum Territorial IjrgMaUra, thru* or Ibsr g grara re moved fTom tba erigtaol so urea nf its pnwar, with tba right to rsoittda aeary mats of lbs falsa, with Its pro party. from Ha owa domains. (Katbuetsetic cheeri?g ) The** err get lbs doctrtass of tbo nnooaitstioool dswv rrery "hears j Tbsaa are swsiwsol dootriaas (theses ) Thrar era not tba doctrtaae that mate the pane* aad barmoay of lbs mates of the fa urn (loud aad long saa tuned Bleat lag ) As tba Siatugalibed t aatsr from till ante aald at NorfMk, ws am a fhatioo. aad want bs dsatroysd hut whan wa are ismrayad tkag wtM bars to atkb their dsggsra through sad through tbo oooatltutiou of oar soon try. (ImsmooeobrsrUg.) Popular asrsrs Maty M aqoattrr Sovereignty- .he nomas of Cut, Webster aad oUmra havs Usa tsrubod to awataU this dustrtas of ths Terr It.-rit l pi.eir Vi Moists Slavs property. Tha local fart of the Missouri r m promise nf I MO has bona Invoked for the sail"- |~i'|ioar I assert taat f> m ISdt down to tbe (wri-id when thu false duetrtr.e?repugnant all** to the luuetitutimi aad rraorm -as* threat opna to* .sentry. an rrsywruhki political party lietd tho opinion that a frrrttOtUl legislature had the right to ognlato ? UVO pt.qierty |?lw'ln? <U lOfVltOTtsl ausdltbm. Whra Sid ? U> rver IrM asrh do tr nr?? tVs wore soelt d rp?w vrr #trh.-lwl In ?b* omp-sp m-es-rr* nf HVT fVy ad board to I bo period tie- Hi?y ?h"ul.l mm info tbe f*idu as ? i*latr, u tb- im e > bra tbo Terr"., rls' author if i?* a ght set ? a tar wf p"^*rtjr, so held or exolodo Um sieve property of tho 80 Ah. (Ap plause ) Time will not allow m* to do much morw than state. their propositions; but I will road short abolraou from the celebrated report made by tho Committee of Thir teen, of which Mr. Clay wan chairman, which resulted in the compromise Measures of 1650. It is calm ami lucid, has no claptrap phrases, and puts me in mind of tb? lan guage used by the Supremo Court. Mr. B. here quote! from vol. 21 GUi*, pert lit, page #45. That was non intervention 'n 1860. It was no In terferenoe to exclude by Congress or the Territorial f^gts let ire, but to leave the <iueollou to lie decided b> the poo pis when tbey come to lorn tr.cir Ftatn cnc?tlf:ti3n Mr. B. here read from a spot oh of DulIbI Weostor, whore the position was taken that Territorial fnri:mau"iM wore m a state or pupllsgc under the protest, in of the genera' government; that tbey have an power not given by Uun grcea, aad that it la our duty to provide lor the pooplo of tbe Territories a government to kwp lbs pcaoo, to tceu*e their property, to assign to them a subordinate legists tlve authority, to see that the protectuia of these persons sod the security of Ibelr property are all regularly pro vided for, to maintain tbrm In that statu till tbey grow Into siilHcleot importance in point of population to be admitted into the av a State, upon the same fsoCog with the original States. Mr. B continue.)?no you snppm* that Daniel W di eter, after tbe opinion oT the Supreme Court that 1 have read to you, would have owslderod it beoiralng him to jwilot out some contrlvsnoe or devtco by which the Ter rltcrlal Legislature OOeld violate tho ronftilotional rights of Southern Ktatesf Not be Nor would Clay, nor any or tbe great and good men wno figured in the earlier days of your history. (Cheers) Judges or Governors of these Territorial government# are appointed by the President end Senate of ibe Culted mater, aud paid oot of the public tr.-asury; so that tho very Legislature which the/ invoke to exclude jcur property from the Territories is one whose dauy oxpeuves are paid out of the Treasury, ?>ut of money to which that very property contributes by taxation. (Loud applause.) The prsctica of tho government has bcrn aiwayn different. Mr. Brickiu ridge here entered into an argument to aho w that Oon gross has power to protect property ic tho Territories, and in refutation of the position recently taken by the Stutter from Illinois that Oongrcrs bad Dover exercised Ibis power Tbe principles, asld Mr. Breckinridge, I hnrc trltil fvebly to vnulcate ber?, ere the priuci i-lplea upon which the constitutional demncraiy sui.d today, and thry are the only principle I upon which any human being wlllMare to pretend to charge ilu-m with disunion. If tbey arc the principles of the constitution snd the Union, then we arc constitutionalists sad rrksMk (Olce of ''That's so, that's so ") And yet for two or thire months you have bear 1 nothing bill a loud and incessant clamor that 1 and those democrats with whom I am connected are n disunion organisation, who seek to break up the Confederacy ol tbe State*. I hardly know, ic far as it is a personal charge against my self, bow to answer it. A Voicn? Trll then that It la a lie. Mr. BitackisNiDun?All over the country the charge of disunion is rtpeated against me by anonymous writers j rod wondering ervtors. Their whole stock In trade it I "disunion! dleortse!'' Their continual cry is that this j man and his party are attempting to break up Um union I of these States. We say, how can principles ! be sectional or disunion tat which aie baaej ! strictly upon the constitution. And the large j number of young geet'emen who are ringing betln, with tongues sa long and beads ss empty sa the bells which tbey ritg, cry "Disunion! disunion!" (Brolonged | laughter and cheers ) From suuioes yet more eminent i comes the information that 1 and tnc political organize ; tlon with which I am connected are laboring for a liar up i tion of tbe confederacy. I do not reply now to what Mr j Douglas says all over New England, in Virginia, and j wherever he goes, because it is quits natural for | a gentleman aa much interested as be In think : that any man who opposes his principles must be a dls ! unionist. (Cheers aad laughter) Indent, by his decla j ration, we mutt be all dieuD ion lets in Kontecky, foe he j declares that those who assert that Territorial Lagtsla i teres have no power to uxciud* stave property, and that Godgveea aboeWI interfere for Its protectioa, are disunion, tats, and that m what the whole Legislature of Km I lucky said taat year. (Loud applause.) To my own mate, where, 1 trust, my character aad anisosdaats were known, on* of the otdal aad moot eminent of our public men ban not said that I wan s disunion's!. but has let! waled that I am eannsclod with an organisation whose bans and body is dims ion. I refer to Mr. Crittenden, and In a speech bo mado at Louisville. I have knowa sad admired htm. Be hoc known me. Toward him T knew ehorlnhed and expect to cherish rela tion# of respectful aad cordial esteem. There are rsa sons, which, even If 1 bad ground for it, would prevent My Ht yw?ti wwii my K reply ifXr !>?> lag of Mr. Lincoln la tornu m oumplimeo tory aa bn prteetplra merit, M the Miw from Ultaote in terms of eulogy, be ipttki of ha follow citizou. Ho law Hi wtoww to himself la Mr. Crmaadeai speech, tad enetieoee aa follows. I theok my venerable tad d'e its pair bod friend for lbs bops ha yet Mtorutas that I tat sot a dlsuutoeM (laughter ) Llks a bumtae lav jar, be gives ma the benefit at a doubt, tad for that 1 Utaak him (Reaewed cheara.) is to my coavtotkeie, with principles aa a party which toads that way ! may peak oi preartitly. My object sow la to reltera myertf from the imputation %1 being a disunion tat, tad la this I would prefer to reoelrs a direct blow to hare It aooad like the relnetoat confession at a sorrowful friend. (Applause and laughter ) Mr. B , ta passing, paid aa stagnant tribute to itaaeral Lane, and ountlnned to apeak of himself. Bora within ?tgbt of the spot knows to yoo for sear forty yetro, your rspreoeatotlvs la the Legislature, la Ouogreaa, and other Heat was of trust, | in tile any naa to point to aaytkiag ta my character or mis ordeals which would sanction each a charge or aach an Imputation. (CheatI ) I will not degrade the dignity at my declaration by rptthcta, but I p-osdly challenge my bitterest enemy to point to an net, to diaekwe an utter aace, or reveal a thought of mlaa hostile to tbo ooaatttu turn or the I'awa of the dUtoe. (Lued cheers.) A Voire? He ooslda't do It Tbo wee iota not live who has power to poo pie my same successfully with the slightest tatat of disloyalty u lbs roaettlutloe end the t'etaw (Lewd applause ) Bat there be ac,thing m my rharactor to Justify this neesm tins, what w there in tbo platform sad principles upon which I stand' If la tbasa there Is anylhlsg to Jwtlfy the aerueatioe, it most be ta the reeotultoae i ptrty lathe Territories. 1 will read tb?m end you one Judge whether tbey accord with lbs pusltlsa of the Sa prew?e Court sod the go ears meat as I hare shows It to day. After roadiag the r see! at tone ha eaa llnwed >?That le the platform aad tbsee the prta clptve avowed. If they are enaslltutloaal they era hat eesltoaal, for lha osaaUtatlen la brsBd Moagh to surer the whote Catoa. (Cheers). Be who etsede ?pe the constitution cea neither he sectional nor a dim us loo let. Three prisciplee are tahea elmoet rerhatlw from the foipreme Court of the felted Rtataa They are ?uppurtrd hy the vMwIwIt tad pr set toe -if the get ere meat. Tkey (are pemciplee open which wa may wall lire, sad by which wa may wall all bs wllllag to dis. (Load cheara). Tbey are vital, Important, sad they coaarre the rights of p wane aad property. They be abstrast, missis aad aa Important, the honor aad egaailty of the foatm. i-eitioa of Reetoeky spns that plat form! As aaedidetea far Oovarner at thw Bats Bat year, both held that Ter ritorial lege la tares have aa power to sadnds oar pro petty, sad each woe tended that every department of the geteiement matt protect It what It becaaM nsotaaary. Mr. Jiwhaa BUI, I be!tare, went a atap farther, hy think ing the time hnd now arrived whan the gorarament shew Id Interpose ToorOnavantloas eadorasd lha prtaat ptra, aad the Senate aad Commas wealth ef Kentoaky, hy the ueaelauMh vnta ef both parties, rad?wa?d them, an being constitutional aad true by the foil iwtag eolation wbirb t mast read, aa it ? an apt, aa pert leant and an rcnatoaive. [The reaelattOM at lha last IxgWhWore at Reatoaky wore hers read, hat they are seeaaaerlty omit tod ] That ? ward for word the opiabm at the Supreme Heart aad the r?oalattoa nf IIm Nattaaal Itrmaaratia (toeTaction, aa whMh I etaad today, forth parties In Reatoaky at lha pnlte, te)aky ueealmnsa votes ta the legtamt ura, baas daeiared that theaa pria clptes Sf* there of tbeaaaetiteltae 1 u'*bt pviee here, hut In Support ?r these principles I went the e- ??>- ? IJ at Mr Crlttowdea himself (Appleear ) Whatever doehta be may base aa to my Mailt/ to the c mstltuttan aad fa ton I do not beet tarn to aay that that eminent gentleman m devoted to the lake. I yet believe be woe Id edr.oate prieelptaa wtltoh be behaved were oeaneetitatweel or eetruiited to destroy the ft en nf this oonrtry, sad f I en* bare hie enact Pa aad rndi-rwmest for the prta. plea I advocate. It wilt go e greet way la proving tbet they are eeetatliwttarai sad set dlsaaicB. Mr B read the third, forth aad ffih at Mr. navle' re Mlbltow, and referred Mr. C/I'.U l J.-n'i ml* fur them, ?M rem ?Thru I i.h i?t? rote ef my llet.ngui*h.?l niitJ declaring ifcut iLr? uuet,-.ions are nd minute nor an n-p-r'?i>i; i e I tv.i ut vim m*mi r<*ia upuu an equality at right* among >ht m that neither Ouograai nor the Territorial i?g fixture ha* the right to it tha rignl of any cit.xen; ami that It any right bu aaaallait *?> the Territorial t ? * .*' ? <?, it bex>m-.a u*<- -,i,?ry for Oongrerti to interfere- to proleol that nabl?precisely me pi iiitiiftt*a upon wbtcl* wo iar.4 today, (i Peers dltt'Lgi: thed friend futv ' rj tt"?o rreolu'iona wllb a fprcr.b, Which 1 I.D<i 1& iLu Uvdy ulo* It iruu ho iq prefMd a fcepe that tho might invar noma ? hen it mould bo l?c?t?ary for lA-ngna* to ia l.rftru to protect right*. I trust that tha tima will never otyoto wbro .u?y Territorial author) l> v. illb* ro If t klte* of ll? oonatltotloiial ob!ig*ti.?* *a to make It iifif->*?ry for to declare Iva acta void Oittrf.) But Hi til* l;-tv.h he iurlauia the p??iti<? ia wh vh we llu t Id iai'goagn wbllb compare* well w tla the outirloo of Ibe Supreme Court, ho says- Tt? extract read from Mr. r.'i tpitch uevlaree that a Ter'itorlal *?* vtrmiftl \i ? ' CongteeS, endowed "U'y with the pewere CMittried jpn It by Ita creator, and ? lb no particle if tovoreiynly. Kur'ber on, iu lb? name sptuwli, Mr C. -t lira fo'lvwlug language. Mr. C goei ou to toy thai as ihe re t .rrritoiial government baa uff or Independent i '.ght l<> a?;t ou this aubj-ot, 'ha Supreme Ct urt of the Veiled K'ate?, having domrmiufd that every etll/.-u jf the V? Stole* may go 'lirf? that territory carry .ug bla ahavi* with L:j? and bold log theaa there, U.? ..pli ' .. la thai lU? GooatltulWo U to protect ttat prcprrte ahir.b it baa authorised to go there: tcmefra, when the proper or extreme easo occurr? when property going tbi-ra under the Supreme Court ot the Lulled States ahall re<(.tra aib.h Interposition, tha*. It ia the duty of Ooagreaa to n tcr;c:'o and grai t protactiua. That wan aebly and woll aaid in language worthy ut hia exalted charactor and reputation Mr Dong la* ray*, ami to day *Uu:d* upon ft, and . lain".* your vote* Up"0 It, that a Territorial lyegisla tare, no matter what Hw daciaion of the Wupr"n? Court may tw, haa the right toex -lude alare proper ty from a Territory, that you may uke It there, but it rnuat be held mbject to auch law* a* ih- treal I eg lata tare may make. Tho Supreme Court rays tho Territorial legislature cannot ?* cletle |1, and Mr. 0 e*j h tl at nothlug can ttrlke bim as mt.rc ncnnsiftrnt ana contradictory than to aay, tha ? bile you may go there there la *? methlng stranger or mlt h'er than tho rnr-ni itlon ih.i oaa Uke a*ay that which tho cccatitsticn cava you may hold and enjoy, fbia ir what Mr IWuglas arrerit, and which, If cut rec * ni/?d, lie aa tit r? nd and destroy .a he g???. (Vpplaiw ) I cctirc suite raiitlacttob. trom tho fast ina Hen. Jobs J Critlendvn, whose taarc and as llmrlly will go far In Uila t'uion' haa declared ib the Senate, ted roergathet hy bla oath m Sen .tor, tha principles spot which we eta&d as the prmctpiui st thd ? finali|r lion (f"h ?rr) I cannot enlarge I appeal td you :f I havo net with rcotSMbte eerttiBty, i may say conclcK'.veiy repelled the aceerxitonn againat me, if I hav? cot shewn that :t ia ncith'-r i cor the party which nomi nated me, but Mr. Itnuglaa who haa broke* faith; that by the agreement at the time of tha pairege of tho Kansas NePraeha b:ii tho oonatitoitorotl j,ol.,t wa* to bo trft to tfo ."upremfi (iourt. Hava I not rbown that tho Suffioe Court aualained our ooeatruo t'uwi of the conalitiitloB? H??s I mil shown that tha agreement thua made ha* h.'en v 'oUted by the declara tion that a subordinate authority may deny I ho const 1 tutioual right and exclude rla.u property, whau U.a Court ca> ? it has crt that powuil Who haa abandoned the grounl tied t iviited tho agrea niantT 1 lisvo shown I hat the prlm.ipka upoa which wc stand bare been endorsed sad aacctloood l>y tho govorpmetit, aOlrlueit by the highest Judicial trt honal In the world, voted t ? b* truo by tita two political parties in Kentucky la 1H?9, aaa r.taf to by both branches of the Legislature, and by aa majority of the whole demo.-.ratio party of KaotueJry, sad declared by Mr. frilleadea to he wiod sad true, (Load and aathnakasttc cheering.) 1 think 1 hare ptksd ay apyraBild of fact and %'guineut la aupvrrl of theaa prin ciples which ought to command itself to tha gray# eon ?tduratiou of every intelligent man. 1 bare triad to on it by legitimate (beta and argument. I am not ooeocioun of haying appealed to any prejodloa. Fallow eitlaau, can you bear with me a little longer? (A voioe?"Tae, tor* work," with loud erlevof "Go ou," "Go on " I know of bat one organisation before the Called mates which aa asrta the principles I have undertaken to prove The re publican party haa Uaea preclaaly oppuelle prlecl plas. Ibty aay wa hays no rights la the Terr Iter la* with ou property. The? say Ooagrws hp a right to exclude it, and that it la Its duty ts do so. And thny art willing to oaa tha Tarrttarlal Lagtatetara da It It On ir gross does not. In regard to tho plolfbrm which acm mated Mr. Bell, of Twin, ?4 Mr Mm ?achucoI to, 1 bar* uuly to my that ocrtoialy it imw bo frtaolpioa M ail apoa thla aabjeet; aeae whalerer. UoaUcmea tali aa that they art advocating tha eloima at tBan dtottagnikbod goat lance apoa tha prtaclptn of tha oeaal ituttoa, th* Uatoe, iMI tha taferoenaot ft tha lawt. I prMuBo than a acaroeiy a aaa a tha aaanthif, u< pahapa no oaa North or tooth, who will admit that ho ? agoloat tha L'ntoa, tha ooaatiUUaa, aad tha nfcneaonl tt tha towt; yat thay aatartaa tha meet dlvona aad op poaita opinion aa to tha baat node at antdalag tha aoa ?titottoa aad tha chanetar of tha Itn to ha anforaad. Mr. Seward, Mr Burllagame aad Mr. Ulddlaga will toll yn that tto; ai? fur tha Caloo, hot It la tha It oaa aort of Co loo thay want Thay aajr thay ara for tha oontltu tloa, hot thay eooatroe tha oaaatiutloa aa aa to lake away all ov rlghta. Thay toll you that thty art tor tha enforcement at tha lawr, hat thay are for law* which would take away oar property. (Cheer* ) Thla m tha way la which thry are for the roe ??! tat loo and the enforcement of the lawa, awl thay will ahaka baoda with you, under bear en, aftewarda fur tha L*BMa. (Laughter and oh>art ) Than thto platform, g-ellem-o, declarea practically not blag; ooaa?a neatly I hare aa thllg farther to aay about It. (Cbaare aad ertaa at "(rood, good ) Mat, fellow clllaaae, the platform 1 bars read to you doea aoetoto a dtotincl ?e uncial toa at tertoia pr id< ipiaa which touchee tba rlghta of property Mg par too la tha TerrltorWe, and what wo regard to ha tha equal rlghta of tha Melee, and wo waat to hoew II tha people of Keatoofcy are reedy to meet the laaaa. Wa ap> prol to you, aot la behalf aay ladlrtdaal, hut to cued by oar owa principled, (beaded oo the ooaatiiutun of tba couatry. (Criaa of "flood, good ") Now, If n be tree that I am nut a dlnuoloetat, and if it be true that tha pa* lltMBl pr I oc i plea I adrocato ara not dlauaioo priaoiplea, but tba prtacipiel of tba ooaatlutioa, la It aot rataer hard to mtabnab diauaioawm aa aouad men with ooaeuta tlonal prtaclplcir (Crica af "Thataao.") Tba-,geetle* man, would aaam to ax he eat the aahjecl?round maw, with eoaatltotiowal prtaelp aa, which prlnclplaa I hare announced la the form rtoognlxad In Inoclraa pulitta, th ho aaaartad by maaoa at tha hollet haw. But a won oa aaathrr anbjeet It to aoid thai although I am aot a a to ne mo let, tha prtoctptaa I amart an aot yat the ohyact of the or yea I ret kmi by whleh I here hen ooacleotad, which to to break op thla onehdereey, aad I enppm thay hera ?elected ma M tha tool with whtoh to ataouta that A \orca?A had inatrumaal (Chain.) Mr. Burn xixareaa I ban aa dnht than ara a great maay giailieaca la tha Boethara Btotaa af tha Latoa wha thlok that tbatr anaatitutiaaal rlghta wiu oarer ho raang. aiiad. A tow an parhapa par m dtcuatoaiato, though I doubt U than an ifty aaah la tha lata. CadoubMdiy a a ember at gtatlmn wha wan dtoaathdrd wMh tha eemprnmtoa towaurea af 1MB aaw prator ma tor tha rrw atdeary, aad aactata ma aa thla ptotfarm, aad It 1 were dtopnaad to anaat MM I dnht *4 then are maay more at the aaa ohomear wha auatolw other gntiemn a you ptotforma aot aa enaatitatmaal and draireble n mme (On* era ) What ? thaahmgar Nan* ly the ehtwa detogartoua ?f the aa* Maim, ?appealed by tba mown af tba drmacraay to all tha itouihan tWatee, made thla nomteaiMa I* lhap aay tha whota af uta mam wen dtoaatoatoWT Why, gntlwan, the aonctry ? m a bad way if tbto m n, but the charge to a reeking .aa Mow m N wtt* the utnra of K atacay, warn to go. i?g to mm m amnrdoanwnathatprtatiptof blMlut* of kaetacky a dtatmraa mate* Tba delegation from Chlltorale a?.l Otrg<? were le tha Omrentlne, fhey ra* ?toctbeaaaada af miiea away from nor prt ram Mrih* What bava they Wtd that trnnfd toad *ay m*? ta eappnaa that they would break np the In ten arete *u?m. Tbey era mpartial orbitrcaan af thta dmpute wl it f tetl our Northern brethren taet they meet 4e Jeattre ? <d gtre ? quality fa tha I'atoa; aed that on rock pn-ct,.; A they ran maintain the l*atna en J the eonem-itum fb?A la what f(regno and UMilbraia aay, aa well aa twd* mb'W flttea from the delegation* ?f atbar K?ai-?tbi fTtnm. ft-ent ra aad membeta of the Ruu?? ..r Hf td*tnm, fr-m b* th aactkaa < f tha Ut.. m, M"t a?u he.a illted the Mghmt *t?? no in p ' ? ' etn?g have gr-a withdrawa f<?a? fnhSlg life, ?> .9 Kti.NIC*' "? 1 0^ TfVill PAt r '

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