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.J1..- .f-A! So f,r very good; but when he exhaust-' persons were presented by the.. -frenjl. ; oann'-'heon -ower with which 1 may he invested, ing p the Missoun r.ver wh some
Bon EiUK-Grct-n,.. ..June S,IS1I. cd that subject, he certainly seems to for nomination, viz: Messrs. Mcbridc, ( p-.,,;, nnmin!l,ilin7 a power conferred not for my pc.son- ho.ses; a like iieslinition cemented
- i:.t mr,ii.ria1 ti. mat.' nut a snfpt-li. Jackson, Jameson and Parsons; after se-i T,., m..., , ui ,... ! .,. i.n..;"t. nnrformvaL'iiran.lizement, 'an aeon -lintnnee and on the road
Thl IIlsllt. V.e learn by a ten- .
tlrman from St. Lous, that Jas.es K. ,u
Tolk, of Tennessee, received the nomi-
f..r TV.!,-,,!, ard S...A, W. ,c.t
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of "New 'irrk.kr uc 1 rona-i... c"
ry coed !
The Democrats are surely riin' '
t;ain!,t Harrv Clav and FrcHnshnvscr. '
By la.t nigj.i' mail, we received the j)e
proceedings of the two first days of the
Convention. 1 wo i.undrcd and sixty-
six delegates were present. The two-
thirds rule was a'op'el, making 177
necessary o a choice. On the first bal-j
lot,Van Burcn recived 14S votes, Cass
83, Buchanan 4, Johnson 21. On the
seventh ballot, Van Burcn received PO.'from one" who aspires to a station so cle-!Ulc
Cass 123, Buchanan 22. Johnsoa 21.!vatcd. They were delivered with a bit- j
A few votes were east on each of the sc- tcrness and v im!icti eness of feeling j
veral ballottitus, lor Colhoun, Stewart that bore a striking contrast to tlie ap
and Yoodbury. We thall be enabled parent good humour of those w ho pre
nextweck.to eivc a full renoit ol the ceded him. The statement that Mr.
Ntw- Rri.ir.iot:s TAer-n
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- e have, i
received a number of the '"Herald ol Re
ligious Liberty," Edited by Rev. II
f ?liot?oi"! n 1 1 Tl rmM i - nriM(o
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weekly in bt. J.oius, and is a large ar.J i
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ted to the dissemination of the truths of.
the protestant Christian Religion. It is :
conducted with ability, and will doubtless
receive a liberal patronage. Price two
dollars per annum.
Tines II. Shclton, was nominated by
the Hickory Grove meeting, to be run by
the "hard parly" for Senator from the
Senatorial District composed of Warren
and St. Charles, in opposition to J. 13.
Wells, the candidate of the Whigs and
"softs." While in that district some two
weeks inee, we heard it ia'.imated by
Whigs there, that Mr. Weils woulJ op
pose the re-election of Col. Benton, and
would thereby secure the whig vote
which w ill make his election pretty cer
tain, unless perchance, the wings should
run a candidate. In that event, Mr. W.
will probably be compelled to "take w a
ter." The Conesl on .Ili-nJay ;.,. Those
of our readers who were not present
on Momlry, to witness the great contest
between tlie "hards" and "softs," w ill
doubtless expect us to notice the long
expected battle, that came off on that oc
casion. As an impartial observer ol the
day's proceedings, we are compelled, out
ofjusticcto the speakers, Messrs. Hud
son and rirsotis,to say, that in point of
ingenuity and ability displayed, wc have
scarcely ever heard any discussion that
surpassed it. The speech i f Mr. Hud
son, we thought however, partook rath
er too much of the jnclpuJuinp, fn m the
number cf euecdotcs related, which
seemed to be introduced rather with a
view to excite a laugh than lo illustrate
any important propositions. Nor could
we sec the sense of confining his speech
solely to matters appertaining lo State
policy, or indeed of uttering a syllable
on those subjects. If he should be elec
ted to a seat in Congress, w e hardly sup
pose that lie could f;ive a vote in that
body upon the amendment of our State
Constitution; upon districting the state:
for limiting the judicial tenure to a term
of years, or upon the propriety of em
powering the State Bank of Missouri lo
issue five dollar bills. Vet, his speech
was made up, almost entirely, T a dis
cussion of these "subjects. If wc mis
take not, one of the most prominent ob-
jections urged against Col. Benton, has
been his alleged interference with state 1 As one of that number, and as far as I
politics. If Mr. Hudson as a candidate, am individually concerned, I will en
discusses these subjects alone, have weldcavor to answer briefly, the ponderous
not reason to believe that he would be
guilty of the very same offences, if elect-
ed, that he now charges upon Col. B.?
There is at all events, inconsistency in
his course, 1 hat is manifest upon a mo-
The reply of Mr. Parsons, particularly
when trealimr unon the i.nnronrietv of
thus raising issues upon which they
ermhl never. ,v am- nn.-H.niu- .t ;f!
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elected, we considered just and conclu
sive. It is true there are no differences
of opinion existing between the oppos
ing candidates for Congress, upon na-
tional politics; but wc ask the question,
would there not beas much sense in their
discussing the expediency cf establish-j
ing a road through Cuiver Township, as
to discuss the nronrietv of sufTerincr the
t, . r . i- 1 11
Bank of Missouri to issue live dollar
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bills. Coming out however as Mr -
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Hudson has, against the nominees of our
c . n . r
State Convention it of course was not
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out of place for him to take exceptions
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to and expose the action of the Lonvcn-
1" I ; I I ) l ILL II I'l l ..'Ul-H- llIM ' T "
iin ..Wrvalim. we will make, as to
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though Mr. Hudson bv his vast fund of by
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tcr, yet his remarks were certainly not ;
calculated lo leave so lasting an isnprcs-
as tl11)se of Mr. Parsons. Our ci-'
.un ..,! m.-..tr.., niU ..l.araer t ' .
c.0RVinced, not to be amused; and all
nariie seemed to aektmwlcdsrethat Mr.l
x ' ..;
Parsons acputtcd Inmscll ha.iusomcly in
nsomt y in
the fiuht, and that if not eomjiieror, he at
least, was not thebscr in the contest, j
The few remarks delivered by Col. '
5oon, were certainly ill-timed, and soun- j
ded badly from a man of hi age, ami i
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II ..... . w.r. n .1.. nt.f nitiLl . . H
will certainly not operate astamst him n
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a county like ours, where merit is sought
; recaru'ess of carlv obscurity. It would
I be a cruel sentence of public opinion
and one that would badly comport with
the usual spirit of our peojde, that would
and one that would badlv comport will
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frow n down the man whose ow n enerirv
i ami perseverance lias remiereu nun su-
perior to his early condition and caused
him to triumph over the misfortunes of
youth, r.wing of Ohio, who now stands
i I'm ...mnriU ..f i',p tv.li.,.,. w:,t I
an humble laborer at the Kanawha salt
works: vet Ohio has delighted to honor
him. The allusion did the Cul. no good
with the sovereigns, we feel fully assur
ed. If Col. Boon wouldidispcnsc w ith
'ga!l and wormwood," we think his
speeches would be much more clTective,
for there are many w ho w ill not vote for
him. whose hostility may be traced to
this cause clone.
Revolt mid firohiibk Rwululbm iii ('ini
Jn. The Iri-Ji laborers upon the l.achiru
canal were iceentlv discharged for their
interference at the .Montreal e
member of Parliament; in couseijinn'.ce
of w hii.h, they asstinblcd in if real nil'n
bers and commenced the work of dc
struclion and blood slie.l, by destroying
the works, sittacking the oc rsccrs, is.c.
The military were called out and when
commanded to fire upon (he rioter-1,
"rcuuJtd their arms! Serious apprehen
sions are entertained of a general revolt.
The nomination of Gen. Murphy, a-
Charge a A hairs, tt Icxas was reject
ed by the Senate, on the 2.'i.l ult.
It is said the ! ly is doir:g great injt.rv
to the wheat crop in Indiana and Illinois.
George Read, r, a Mormon preacher,
w as arrested in St. I.onic, last w eek, for
attempting to pass counterfeit money.
The cause of Mr Spencer's resigna
tion is said to have been his refusal to
approve the securities offered from a
personal liiend of tlie President, w ho
had received a large contract for naval
Senator Barrow, of Louisiana. Ins
pidooli. d a h Iter against the ai.nexa-ti--il
Kur liio Katliea!. j
Mr. Editor: In the Radical of the
"2jih ult., I see an article signed Calu
met," in which the delegates from this
county, to the late State Convention, are
called upon to gi'-c account of thein-
and their acts in that Convention.
questions of "Mr. Calumet."
I should prefer answering a man ,111-
b--r I.n impropriate signature, wi.icn i
cannot do in this case, knowing as I do,
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that the sentiments of Calumet Town
ship, or a majority ol democrat in it,
are not those expressed over the signa-
tu re of "Cabinet." The sagacity and
M,,tc vision of Calumet" in relation to
the acts of the Convention, is remarka-
ble, and it U somewhat astonishing thai
he would call for information when he
knows enough to assert that Mr. Jame
son wasjtiggW out of his sea, in Con-
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' er, ss- 1 lL'ar "e "J """u' "'s
I -Jer an optical illusion, for if there was
anv iiifgling in the case ol Mr. J., or
any olhcr person put in nomination fr
Congress or any other ofliee, I feel
1 hound to acknowledge mv ignorance of
1 IUUIKl 10 ".o'""-'. j P 1
I : Fverv lliintr was done openly and
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' indenendentlv, and the strongest man
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in all cases received the nomination.
Hut for the information of "Calumet,
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t will state that for the north eastern dis-
vtral unsuccessful ballot nigs Messrs.
McKride and Jameson were withdraw n
their friends. The contest was then!
,..,.,...., Ucr JL-snn and Parsons i
and resulted, (w ithout any juggling "
the case,) for Parsons 72, Jackson 33. .
Parsons was then declared duly nomi- !
nt.-d il... candidate for Coneress, from '
the north eastern district. I
As Mr. Parsons was from Pike, and be-
n iv tlie tic icaies irom inai coui.iv, i
.lltvKioj iniuuipaioiiu -
jt.Ved by the delegates lrom that cour
0 be the choice of a large majority of ,
,.c p,.0r,l0, w e of course voted for him ,
s;,,,y) and w ith a large majority of the I
Convention, not having the most distant j
ilU.a tiul we were violating the. will or;'
wishcs of the people of Pike, nor do
we j rt i,0!;vc it, "Mr. Calumet" to the
.. r.r Mr. Parsons of Pike i
. r..r Tr .inmMon nfCm-avJ '
e ve therefore culpable, and to be'
, .l ' Anrvi-imr
lltl. U Itiil . , J
into clfect the will
proide w e reprcst
and wishes of the
Uistnct is concerned. .Anil was not
their choice then and there declaircdi'
If it w as not the w ill cf the county con-
xel,t"n)ti that Parsons should be norninat-
...i ,r- A I dn.v nn! vote ',
instructions to the contrary.' ineir ac-
tion Mr. "Calumet," was suih-ieiit in- j
-fruition. And aeain 1 would ask why .
lid not those re-tless ami ilissal.sliotl ;
democrats of whom "Calumet" speaks, j
who have l.iult to find with every thing -
i lei r. ...a -,l th.. .i.:iil :.n 1 f'..oi !
Uli:i , 11 ii. hi. ....... - .- v-
oi il themselves why did. not they at-;
tend the township and county meetings.!
an t have things done up in a stylo to.
suit thcniM b es? i
It was unfortunate and w as rt ri ctte t ;
by the delegates from C.dl.iway and this
.i.-,t -vr,.,- l:,o.,..i r.n.MMr-
-t.iis were thrown into eohi-on; but it ;
could nut bo avoided; and under al
, o:oos. it bectmi: us to th) the i
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ne.-l w e c.oiitl l-i iieei a i:eai i as jmiss.- j
hie, the i-!.et of t'ae ; eopie we reprc - .
1 .1 .- 1 0 . r-
til the m :.n tiaie. we have all conh ,
.Mice m .la- in,, grit v and un.lin.hing
demoeiai y ..f Mr. J..".md I elieve him to '
bo an h...,.-.-t and f.dthlul representative j
Congre-s. aid that he has d .no mrtf.-l
ji g for which he stioufl lie cj
his seal; l.ul at the some lime the peo
ple shauld l.rn e their . hoiee ill these mat-
It is as they have a right lo say w i:u
shall -cm- them. And moreover, in the
election of the nominee, they will lose
nulhitig cither i'i point of talent or firm
ness. Mr. Parsins, as is well known to the
citizens of this county, has long been an
unflinching and uncompromising Demo
crat, ami although his avowed principles
have operated against him in a pecunia
ry point of view, and brought down up
on his head the anathemas of modern
whigtreiy and soi.i.ii, he has stood linn,
and summoned all his pow ers in defence j
of the magnanimous principles ofdemoe-j
racy anil is therefore worthy the con
fidence of tho party, and will undoubt
edly receive the warm and cordial sup.
porl of all who loe the cause.
"Calumet" w i-hes to impress the pub
lic with the notion, that he is tin; devot"
ed friend of Mr. J., and talks of writing
to him asking lo sujpr hiuu'lflo he run
as (in independent candidate. Of his sin
cerity in this piofcsMuu, Mr. J. and the
people arc fully prepared to judge, when
they observe that he would ask Mr. J.
to rentier himself ridiculous before the
eomie.uiiil v,by violating the pledge w hich
lie gave voluntarily and freely, to the
Can Mr. J. consider those who would
urge him lo lake such a course, his reid
friends, or his enemies lighting under
false colors? His knowledge of human
nature ami of all the circumstances con
nected will, his defeat, would compel
him to come to the latter conclusion, and
reject the former.
The honesty, integrity, and firm demo
cracy of Mr. J., would certainly induce
him to say iave me from such friends.
The Wnsiiiiigioii corresporidc.it ol
the lhtltni.ore Ainerii-au wnics un
,.er date ot t i.e 24ti. nil.:
The city is lull ot Van Cnren men,
Cass men, and Caih'-un men, with a
sprinkling; of Stewart and Johnson
men. It "s believed that Mr. Van
Ibjren will le nominated fyr Piei-
...led, so far as we ',MV Alr ,;:I(ir :1,r:iinst : uhf.r fu...i .. Tamrny candol.tes drop; el their Yc-trrilay, Patrick Murray was
knew them- Ur'dUcW.nn of the subject was post-' ""I voted for the AaUve Au.enca..s. Iclmrccl helore tne Alderman Cloud,
It was know before the county con- ponel to Tlu.rs.lav next, (in ens- I 'J'i.ere a ean-e lor nny ;.h:ng but j w,th havu." bee n engaged in the re
vemion bv which the deletes w ere I .p.ence. pro'.nblv, of the desire of j v-ngratuia.n for wlc.nthe re-! cent riot, m Kensmo.on. and heM to
I e ' ,. r.. lJ,,l0l,i ih. iii,i.1'.r to li" i.r.-sprt ''' llie -''v Vuk lilfcitrn. Jn :l,l to answer in the su n of S 2,000.
electedwhothey would go lor in h ' .v" om u t H ' I : i.;: M-s.Mtin , candidates and j Tho allegation against hirrTis that
Mate Convention, so tar at leas, at, ."is, rv..,; ,n.,l l,.t ; banding tliNiisflvcs with dunia-:' ?ues ; individuals went into h;s store, pro-
,., ,, n,ns,me,l r.ietu- sfrorv. i
f,f office holders, and even, it is sii.l.
of some other. Th- regular del
!K.t. - S t tli l.oC,nCT l.O'lveritiOn j
,.,.. an,n majority a-
' j,;,.,,.;, ie nominated for Vice !
ir(.sh'!(.nt'.' The Tennessee de!e":ttes, i
u M. Iirn.i-rht .1, is about.
n.oi. - eedintrs of which onr readers re-1
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,.pive n :ii v nccoiint. it . understood (
( jn ..,,( ,.iors. Mdi d.iv sim-e j
t)P cou,.t isin lMr. nnlnu's speed.
;la:,iiist iie l a lilication of the 'treaty
of annexation." from ihe hour ot on
clock - U Hour oi a.ijaiirii-nM.t
'1:s o...!yi in a continu .tion
j (1((f , ' ( (,'.,.ril(11 :iS ;l"s
jahdity on loTh sides. :u,l list.- I t.
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Jt,JLn. (., Toe.da v Mr. Walk-!
er addressed the S.nato in fav,.r o!
'TIT llt'li fti.jik.-!,.!, ....
i.L. ...... ,.n vli.MrOtf:l:l7 r.
i'liursdav Mr. i
' ( tio.-.tp :iiainsc it : on
i . tv. . i?; ;.. c. ,r o. nn.i v.ir. i
Latest from Texan. M.tic.d f.isati.-is n into a Id i.e, they forth .nd fired upon ti e mob. It is
By the .W-ptune, at New Oilf.Mis. ; hi!!,-!, d an n:ciir,.!.'e wound up- ;iN. charged that the bad which pass
on the 2.1-1. lluist'in and ( 1 il veston j on the wh: cacf. I .out: and bit-j ed through the hit of CI. as. Oit, nar-
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imrxM s to lliO litto. Were rt'Cel'.'Cil. !
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i ney con , on uui mur m-,o. h.i
treaty and an ipanying doruinri.ts
o.-i-nov- ron-id-i "able space in the!
I e N all p: no r-
' he (Jalvestort Civilian of the 1 3ih '
I h- last
anil -X iti u:
! Statt s has iiivcu ''1'iier.rl
the impression thai thi'
i r 'iect ins. it riot. lexf
c.l a ;i
i c !1 :sa m l.'ir: p
iii'oruied men at W
cuv, incls ! cur minister ti.cr
cosiicc! ot tlie cue
the meamrie as terminated.-
i, ovc-ii, eh. -,t. doubt, been -enti1,'"s'""f- An-l h.:U-ver ...ay be
Mexi -oto obtain lur r .id
i the in
.1, it W..I.M
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:i 1 .1 1 11 oi . "11 . .1-1 .-.i . 1 " it ;i !e 01 000- i
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-1 1 1 . ; -, :i ol such c I cinder (o
- .iMv ir, that U.cy will be iij'.-cte.l
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I ne N.'W 'leans i loli'i- Pll I'- I- ;
, 1 " I '' 1
!' f '' ' " . 1"! '" vn!U''""' .
,,,;,,. i,.,,.' ..t)( witiiul -ne whose j
i lnve ronsileiable weight:'"": ' "tt"':r" .e,, :..,,...,- ......
an I influence in our si-ter I ".ep.ii.lii
! tl.c I ne sunr.
I W'c have s'riigjed lend for .
'" ..ro - ::i U.is 1 iitry lor the lasl
. i-ir':0 yens, mill hoi' nnv
re.l lo sec it ;;'-iitiov!ci ! .e I by
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l-Voo ct I am o . om'i! to a!-!
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vit.oii! 1 achuow.ctl.'c licit the-e
-no, ,,,,v of the s.rn.; way ()
iniung wthmvselt; ve. there ,i,v
-Mi , vo. nn.i our nnml -e-s
r-.., . ,,'i 1.. , .
e ui. rens.ng ,.y. It 1, not en
.hi; 1111 ii.i.i.ii- , . .via mil con
tiriu. l oiiscuie tictn i.luas ii.;e my
ci-. but then- arc m.inv of ,J. mo.,
piou.in. i indivi lu.i's in the country
oi.poseil lo it. 11 is a malt.-r ol
ii.c.-l, ...ore i oooitu.ee to the United
Slitcsli.an lo Tcv.s. ,:,at we si,..,,;,!
Land that ,ri;'i,if ,11,,,,.
If .1 is m.i. clinched the p. e,e.,t (',.,. -
cress it never will be, will, the con-
s-ntol Texas! Mr. Walio-r ha, pom:
-d. ml the manvndvants-es of annex-
z Ti-x;n i- tlitr I nit' ! Stitos t fiat
ibe s.dv:.ntas:es the United States
is to t'cnve t'om this aMiance -hut
ih. . M,K-.,.. i.,-w T..V..O ;..
lo del ivi
in co liparison wil1. what
it, acknowledgm.-ii' ol our independ-
ence by Moxico? and of which we
iiav.; the strongest .-is-inanee w ill
take place vervsoon' V e have
...-.... , (-. ;..,.,.- ...
. . , ,- .. ..mil,..i .nil ihe s"ii, .he morocco vv -.s ' tun. ne Con'crcc, tor relusuig; to e
.rideieiidei;ce. autl so lar everv thin ' 1 1 111 ' -Jl ' 11,0 "K,M"1 ' " -s, . -works
well to -..cure ii ' 0 : op.-nc.!. and in a si. t made in the edge ' !" 'n -ipute hvo staves which came in-
' 'ol the same, was another picivtme. j l" P1 bv a marriage with
True Wwj.-.-.lr. Clav in th : The spurious C.-ipuin ol i onise lost 1 l,,s' Swam. He nppesded to the
Senate ..I the United Stales, ...1 the ihe monev to bis confederate, and Uontercnce. On Saturday
Vet-, ol the Hank Charter by Mr. having' reipi.-sted Johnson t.. csiil on I "ee!t. a'tor an earnest debate, that
Tvler. an I in icplv L. .Mr. Haves, of ; b.nrd lor the borrowed amount, thev J lm,,.v ,'" tinned the decision of the
ireiiu i. pronoiu.t:eil iho lollowmg Is 1 1 linn to enjov the spoils, and Uu'l, i , ,, ' u Vl ''iitr. ui c.
noble sentimeiiis: " ; at his girmm-ss. I The rule of discipline requires a
'1 hope that in all that relates to i We were misinloimed as regards j preacher to "execute, if practica
personal firmness all that concerns their trial, having understood that it 1 a '-r::' emancipation of his
a just npprueianon of the insignili- j was postponed until next term; on slaves, conformably to the laws ol
ciiuce of human life whatever 'inuv the contrary Kuoit and U.srber have ' StJ'" The laws of Maryland,
be attempted to threaten or alarm a i been under "trail the-two past days ' w l,Pre ,V r- ,:mi'n livi'1'' Joi"'tullow
soul not easily swayed by opposition, land been convicted. Hipp,, J,'uk,lx ,nan ,0 rin in.:ip:i1t his slaves, ex-
or a wet or iniiumteil liy menace a ! tin; third accomplice, was arrested on I r,Tl " nonunion 01 removing uieu.
stout heart and a steady eve. that the I .evee vester.la v morning by o!ti-' ,ro1" tll(" ,el r't"'y. Yet so decideJ
cati survey, unmoved or undaunted. Vers Howling ai d NV'ymtr, :Tn.l isatiIv "ti-slavery in feeling was thu
any mere personal points that assail' present wailing his rutin 11, for a pass : t'onference, that it resolved to pa
th's poor, transient, perishing frame, ! to .lefieison. ' i force- a rigid observance of the discip
I may without disparagement com-J .1 no. -.The police inform us-i1'"0' The vote on the ipiestion stood
pare with other men. hut there is a of another case whi le the ssimc trick i 1 17 '" i ,u! "linonty was from
sort of courage, which I frankly eon-j was successfully practiced, a lew j S,)"11'-
fess it, I do not possess a boldness days since, upon a fanner from the i '" ' """""
to which 1 date not aspire, a valor , upper Missouri. He was requested DIED,
which I cannot covet. J cannot lo, by one of these sliaipeis to taken' On the 2d inst., at the residence of
miself duirn in the wnij of .', Ux'l- w'alk out to tb.o Mound which, of Mr. Wm. Dunn, in this county, Mrs.
fir.- and happiness of my count, ' pile, has become a ftivorite sp.-t lor 1 Sarah Miller.
but for mv country s gon.f, to cUwcK .
her .... ward march lo greitness ami.mM.i n.uji.iou, was l" "POU
lory. I have not courage enough,
-II.. r .1.... I ...... .1.1 I
I till! loo COA.oUiy .o. u..,i.
not, I dare not. in the exercise ot such Inm. .ml me a run hen one nau cepart-
trust ,je t,,wn , ?Uce. my fajy!, the other turned to the country,
ticmss lint palh that l-tis my anuilry j man and said, if he could lend him a
to prosn it: in l happiness. .In- knife or pistol, he would recover the
nreheimons of Ike. impntmtnn of tic
ril ot Jirmnrss fomt um unpu
i. ''.'". ' ., .
tt rr ouires the pret.test to ira-'i
. ' , i .i , . . . c
n, -, ,U m bear t he Lluini.UlltOtl ui
,i,0 want of coura-e !"'
Tliurlow Weed, (whir) editor of
the Albany Journal thus shows how
tlie whig party succeeded ia the la:e
e,,.ctillS in ,,e ,.,,jr of Sew Yoik
"', p-iinflil to know t!if.t so
wl.i's ha v.; in a crisis line t'.c-prcseni.
i,'t-rte.l their st .m.lard ; und it is mo.-
111 I" "n.
-.vviire tliat ;i.iiieiv.n-e U tlxir own
ticket would ensure tne succe-n o tne
who have fanned th tvti'.TS of i.o -
... ..,. u.rav ......
MiCt'U Ot-'Jtll l 11 li.OF Mill..
ade. lament their infatuation.
"Uefore whitu v.mi!i-.-.ttil.itf" t'tem -
ehes i.non t'.e n-s.dt of the r h.tl'er
' election in Xi-w York, let them in-
'illl! 0 ," '-bacter sin
ot the successful p.irtv. In the tiomi -
of Al.b Tin m
ner o! whisand I n-o ti ros were t .
ken, who st.mtl plcl-ed lo appoint an
etjtml i.u-iiber .-I whi.-s & lo--,. to -o--,
cxchi !i ig all i-.ero:.s n-t o:n in A-
nielic.:. lo clii
.Now we plo-
noui.ee this co:i'i:i n
it. design, and more di.
.al in spir -
'Mb-', any that has ever tl.sgra. ed
t'omght and said in tne .leanom '
suc.-e-s l:"t six m n'!;j wil .i:ip-e
t-f.o-.. tl.w m-,..-. ri' i i n r. 1 1 i
v - - -: 1 f . -
:. 1. .... . .: . 1
"'" '-''' ill 01 -gani.i ' i.ui win as
'! (!l'i don d by ib.omr.n.U who
ii-u ...i. ..--.f...i 1... it -. i. 1
.. .,... -... .. .... 1
.". 1 low uim :oi tr-e- air run
, , , .,
A Y..rnv, to Cuntn, YisiU-r,.-
VM th" V0S w'",:,t, I""""."1 s,c.
j city, re.-.ii 1 to 11.CKS tijioii tiaseieis,
1 v it it'll, we r. re astoii s'o-.l, succeed
i even w ill. men ol sooic iiiteili.encc.
1 The c.iso ol Knot and li.o be:', cnarg-
rj Wlhi obtain iiu inoiie V utl i':l l.ilv.-
1 " .. . , ! fii(, -,.. ti.-i- Ai'.it.-n! and - li'-e
lier, one .. the . lender, t.rel ling!''' 11 '' , ,,.,''t
, , , ' . 1 1 1 1 r 1st ! .. 1 1 the ' 1' n-' ol his
i lo be t j ri Hi k, 111' 'pped u si 11 1 1 1 piece ot ; - " "
. " . 1 been ' -I..'j..d.ot 8. Since that t ate
: -""rocco , , w h,cn was contained.. v
FJ""", k,".,a 11 UX ,., 1 037 on0 deoo-i,. s.; 0,53 03.
"ut tllR i I ? j ! ; , ; , , PS Tie
presence ol a 111:11, roiii th; country, n'1., ' ? .' .
; .,, , ,.- .1 cap tal of I 10 banks re'u: ned is .SlJ.-
lire i; nces. is a casein poiut. lur-
vd I no- 11 1. sill"'. .1 on. :is I u-ir
I . , ',
": l-"" Y.vn accosl.ul the pie
ten le.t uriinkcr. man, ami nanu.tigi
the pie.-e ol morocco, nskej if .1 en-,
i".",a h" u"r'-: ",e.rfPl 'w
lhr,.mt,ve; upon wh.cl. Knott 0: cr-
1 .1 1 . t . a . 1 . I .. . . 1 I. ..... I. ....
. - 1 .. .1 1 . .1
1 ' . l" ' lt -?J u " "
1 ,"1V"',,J l" 1 l:';"l"n'
a V"""'1 ivni",t s';' L:ul n"1
' ,'"'"''' a,:,,l bi" ,"!1"1f t"
.t- .i. t :. . .. - .1.
J-"".? -" "" '"I
I ...I 11... ..t . n At f i.vKt'i.fn ,.l
i d lean t . jO.
''' ' a urn,, rcivm s ep, l;p
1.11,1 .. ..- Im. . . ,....
! " '"'". o ...
ami pas-ing litinsell oil as llie cle.U
1 1 . . n .1 ii
M1' 'he steamer U .ntar:, as-mct! John -
ob-.-iin 111 cast, oh"11 ti.al In; niight, vvitliiuii hesit.itioii.
u'!l" ",L " ,,r "e w:is
' ' e t apta.u ot lac Id.itan, worth
."-""-.oi.is. .01.1 .,,,0, u
'"' ''''''"' "lie '"'t-
' .1 oiin-on. 0:1 reot n ing ti.s assurance.1'
tl.c Uick .-uove ....cii"eu, wun a
A for iIipv had nhtaine.l v-XA fmm
money. Hie easy aupe nanded him
a new bowie-knife he had purchased
that morning; and one sharper chased
the other until they disippeared from
view, when, a usual, tha plunder
was divided. Mo. Republican.
Correspondence nf tlie Vallimore Swu
l'liir-ArtLr:!! , Thursday, 23d.
The Grand Jury were actively en
gaLed yesterday, in an investigation
into t! origin, progress and circum
stance I tiie i.:te riots in Kensing
ton. A lurtro number of witnesses
were examinsd. sni it h to he honed
iht suiricient information has been or
win iv ouiuineii 10 orinz me autnors
and actors in these disgraceful tn.
.o l . i .. : i . . i .i
Jiniilis, murder:; :;nd burnings, tojus-
; n ot d now ,!cr, &c. and then went
rs-.aj.ng ios i.e;ui. was Iirca
; from Murrt's
: l s""' Ammoi. The New
1,,h PI"'' imve a.IVICI'S irem JlofJ-
'tcvideo t.i .iil 1st. The citv of
j Montevideo jit !l contintted I.ejiereJ
i'T t!l'' f'"V i'!l!'r comia .r..! of Gen.
I 'ril e, and th.? 1.1. c. adi! sriuadron
of Admi"-;:! lb own. The blockade
j ls ''M'cted by the i.'iJercnt ships of
u ''r' mi; s :ue constantly sent
i I l-ur i-. in ffo.-d snp.!, but beef
' .i i.f,o.-iii,i i;;:i; .s.'iai per
I iiea'l are olMi p iid forcat'le. There
,!" no !-r'spects of the pr.ee of flour
: ; I""- f -;' ,,l,ir ccme.
ai out u. ,(. l-arrefs.
J .' r -1 t "'i "J l nncti
" ' ' '"' ic ai
I . -:i e t, 1 f e on i V no oe.n-.
i i'l. 1 1 : e i ;..
I'-ii lo' Av tes cost
c, n's -i. tin '.i.i.
' .V.lW.-Tne I . tiiga-e C.nti-
- . .
initio. unsoM't-e t-' il! lr--r: AeW
i York for !a,d or, S.ir.dav ia-l. The
-n i-n take. ... i.o fi-... H.
'j iiO'tr'i 1 V
l e'l.i n
e:.s- oft i-
w s r. on-
coicrs in i' e 1 si tpn - n.cn'c, ine
a icv,..t ..f .s t.l H "2'u -s-'t . . s.1.
7k"..C7 !. anil cif.u.la'i -1 of xJOJJ.
7.y The s; ccie h i : !'c;v::s -d in
il'J'Tl. a-I -l .ir .l;-'..n-in unonrt
':" C1', , M. '"
- . ' 1
03 1 "r:i1 ''-'"" --ini.
( Vvb'.t'WV.. Com.le. ! it 20 tluT-
..... ,,r vr.iiern ,;iIlk of
Kent.ickv. le-.-r V. rarable at Ilich-
Mnoii.l. dated Xove-nl er 1st, 1 si J 2. arc-
i in rireul.tiosi in l.U cif. Thev arc
! very well executed. .-;r.d ci!col:,te.
t.t deceive nr. v but the host judges.
: - J V
about ;!i sixteentii ot nn
. ct.uine notes.
1 in:p-r!'inr. 1 ne loiiow inj case
w;,.-, .ir,-,i:d t before the Ccneral Con-
, fcic net; of t'.ic .Methodist Church, 8 1
Uisncis A. Ii lr.liu was suspended
a reac'-er by t te mst annual