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i ..hen time. t!;.-r iir-'J tiitf !.':? iii live dif.br-; tei:. !:!;: i -i : ; ,: !:! v.
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ciliciet-l ifieaaUios iiiic.it l e t:.:.t it j '.tiM:e
the niiscieaiils cmicciiieil in liie fmil work.
That rest taint having heen rcmoveii. we co-
pyirmiithe !Iejii!l.'ic,i:i. t tins ni-n v.v ",,. '.
ill ! 1 Hceoititl of the i:il'.i;n. . w '.ii ii is:;s 1 " "
lieen eiiciiedi;; to tlte present ti.s.e. if :r:.t - -' j, . j
log. lual it correr-p'.ndi tiei;iv v.it.i t!-- ' i ' .
ktate t:f lacti p:e.-ri.te.! t n:.tii. t ;. . . : i ... i j . j
is unnccrssary. 'J'ii i'.foM.t r ,.i im p. !,
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represents Limst!' to La.e :i; Imt v.-i.riy
well compromise lor t!:e ii rm' tut informa
liuti whiih he lias divert. :.iul whieh tn.iv
toMi ;. I -ii t .ii.I m.t sr-v where.
It seen, l"...iii t!i.- 'at'
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on iii ni...rn:n;T t.Ili. was in e..n;. ny
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;: .i.. .;. i a... -.ii.' m.dei i.is ' tliiMih not very smldeoly, and resented Uu
car. Hi :.. i i; v ..s i. 'i hi.-i.cii fy the fall. ! act with horrible frown, hut a frown con
i'u vii.i.s in ;.i death Wi'nii a h-Mer to Lis1 tainin sonielhinj: of sadness. His action
. he 5t i! i tir.t !.o was rir.'nent i soon began to take a more energetic charac-
,! i :i. .i p - :.ii:..i-.,icit: ter. lis began apain io leei nis nec, aim
work his body, as though in the severest ag
ony. Young I a medical student of Dr.
S. approached him. and taking hold of hi?
ii names uotlarm and shouldei, White rose upon his feet.
took two steps, being thus suppoited, and
seated himself in an arm chair. On seting
himself, he gave a slight groan, his muscles
seemed relax, and he appeared somewhat
overcome with the exertion he had made.
A liottle of hartshorn was immediately ap
plied to his nose, which revived him much:
Imt h life seemed to he that of a man much
i ii to x inn led. lie seemed, ujwin one occasion,
to try to give utterance to some feeling, but,
from an unlr.own cause, an impediment,
probably by an accumulation, he was una
ble to give utterance to a word. We are
satisfied that he made an eilbrt of this kind,
for immediately on the exertion, he gave a
sorrowful shake ol the head, which signified,
if we rightly understood the language, that
he meant, something that he could not ex
prosu. His system was crtically examined, and,
thongh he pronounced to be perfectly alive
it was announced by Dr. D. that he conld
live but a few minutes, for congestion of the
brain, which had not yet happened, was
V.V. : k"- :.-wi 'N. ' Vni:-ri; ov
. . i :i n. It is g.-ii'M-aliy (o.i.b-iTil that
Wi. !!". c.-!ii.'ii. V Mr:!:.y. w::s 1 1- i:l the
.'.j'jiiovc.I lv'e. for the n.civ j !..;;;: e of the
.petition. 'The knot, by mhiic in;.io u le.
iiKtead if being fi-.-i! by his :i, where it
wn!d have l.ii'ilitatr.l the break in- of his
neck, happi i'H.1 to come in I.is face, by u hieh
;m, tl,e eh'! vz ws s ot tl. !:.i"t iinper-
feet s -tt. bitter nj-ii ui.ii : i ti.i ki.-king
a !i-l ! li i.e i re i.e h.it in1-t , d, : tul ncca
i -a :i v a; c .til bl. l.'om i is nietii'i :md
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i - .'o : e. a v. to tic
.lie. s ;ti .I ana
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.' r::..l t!.e bar t- i:i..l. e!--li lie
u s lo be ii.-Sm- '"' 'i' !
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,i :, .r A,r ..ie. a stiellii.i ii.in:: I't"'!'. :.s me ee-i..:i'ii w an. raiiim v laKcn place, r.vciv mcmuu was
lead to tl.e :tppre;ie:is:on oi t:io pii::etj.a: :;i . , ( ,.ttj on toe other, . m'!i Inat no ciror-rati: i;i.:i I. i.i t mi'ii place adopted to equalize the circulation ol the
li;e bloody iraecdy
implicated arc 1nv :'. ni
jcsiiy be ivjarde.l as .ci", ; s i,n one seems
to liave h.; j any coiilvo! over hi.n. It re
mains i. tw to be sec.i whf .iitr tli3 olliccrs
and courts wi l their dutv. c.nJ fi.Ibrce the
Three 4 feih.w- v '4- j.i,,vl.:"ut:v brokett, a-'reeing fubiThc f.teeot the corpse iii. I not look h.i'f so blood, and sae the patent from ihe terrible
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Tb.ve are :!i:-;i V ll'"r mii: C s!:t'e::ic!it -.
be; t!.i a;-o r ! t'.- ;c.!i-t:-::.-e. Tl;ee.-.i-:it:::s;.-it:u
.f M ..!:-. -n :'i pe :i t hae ! ti
m ide without s .iiciiatiot:, and wi;'iot:l ai.y
iuimiction of s-ccrccy.
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o. :! ! ;i;e tim- he c ..;..( Iii::.e. : i.d
t'.e t:.:ie Midisoll C .. ..e i.i. Ti.. -V be. !!
'.! v ci::vi i ":., I i:l l ot M.Ilici. i.ny
law :ioi only tli il ia.v which prohibits a
free negro f.om taking ti hi? residence l.etc.
but lhat ot'ns vhi::5i prohibits m i-t : s trotnj
permitting staves lol.ire their own ; i;-. li
i.iasiers arc nut acipaintcd with Vn- ! -w uti-
;ll iliii sc.'rject. the sooner t'lCy r.ve nai.b t" ;
i.uuw it itic better. The safety of th-i i;y i
rcuuiies pro:pt execution ! al! the laws;
ia cimnectiori with i'rx ." v end :'.otc. ;
JVo misplaced svrop iitiy t. r th-J !':t si c'r. ! : t. '
iiiir iioi.i.l:.:ian !.i f'unsi.it rat i.i:i t oil.!1'.:
arising ironi the c.itnmf.ii mode oi in. in' . j ( i , ,, , t
.slave tabor should be tolerated. rtiJer iinvi. ,, ' "" ' ' 7
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aei iliy ! . ia I t be wr.s j consequence of so sad a catastrophe, but in
t ;!;:!! i!:;;eiiiit t.o.n ; man vain. Ihe blood vessels of the head were
ii'o.vii'b .1. enormously distended, and his eyes appeared
t in! "aUriiic in e. !to I.e balls of clotted blood. Ills system
i led t" 'be i.ee::vi.tt. w;is iii. mediately thrown into dreadful spasms,
1 i i.i o and to the t and be died m a tew minutes, in the most
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e: r that tie'
rn tt.e uioni cxeiuciatin! aironies,
a;.;.!ii':ii 1011 of ( iher experiments were tried upon him,
e t w iii ' I. ieh. together with the one I have here
ril to iu pri lectly sketched, w ill be put before the
I ::e tie..n. I public in a few days, in a moie minute form.
. i.en ol j have here suppressed the nau.es of the op-
t !. to a 'I'tiie: crator.i. fearing I should not tin the operation
- ; :! i ic e-' t ;at justice that will be done it by the prop-
TJ1E TiiAUliDY (U'Tlll-j NIGHT OF
FIVE THOl.VXi DOLI.AKss ;1".V. M.D.
For sotna tlays past, ihe city auihoiiiies
t.ave been engaijed in investigaiinj some ic-
tin if j a. til : o
We Mil:;. .in .-ell a d- sei .'.lo
Hull Jerers that we :-re ia : is-.t i.:a n'. :.i.
trust it miv be scifiini!. it they hive i.. :
! alicadv on :i :i"t,rt h ie.l, lo iea 1 to their
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t Ol III-
v k yel
led miii e
r ii poi ter. whose report will not be ready
fi r s.-tiip time.
.C'lii:.' to . til. lie
anch-ud of e
rftnt flivfiiinnPtit rtintMitpi wit'i i-tu r- ! - fl.tli.t!;' Itt
der of .Messrs. baker and Weaver, at-d the coircc-.-y inf. rmed, v. .,
butniug of the bUre oi .Mcmts. t'ohi-: i'-' ::- ( 1
VpIIx. r.tnl MP i.fr-. i.i'l !.iti oil in., Co.; f r Co,..l - ! la:.
any ol ine jiartieinars. ieast .
might impede t'lier operations,
ti secrecy beng over, ia tlie c;
o.'H.'er?. we feci aliibertv to stv
,:r t; .;i.g so
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se np.-ri bl leei.
t.' l-re:tt, an. I,
: ve f i. fi truisi
Tl.e'r' iiiovaljof this gen th-ii.an fiom the oilice
ol (ioveiuorof Wiseonran Territy to make
loom for Doty, is an act of tyranny and pro
tlij iey which must excite t!ie most serious
u ll' cti--us of all good men. Uov. Dodge is
a native of the West, born we believe in
Kentucky, and an emigrant from aneirly
i.etio.1 in the then territorv. iinvv Stale ol
ei , i.. aiicr wl.i.-h j .M,sSl..'i. i..l high ofli'oes n this State,
"' a both federal and local. He was If. S. M ir-
"" j sha!. a M ijor licneral of ur militia, member
1 ol our State convention and State legisl.i-
1 tuie: and in war and peace was one of ous
rn..-.! valued and e-t' Ciued citizens. He was
ti-. so i.ir ss ti.ev i.
A ncru man icinf.! 1..K". uJ i!. !.
who lias been f.jr same time pas! in "he
olov of a b.uoer ramed Joiiiivn. on .M.
street, opposi:e liie "Vationa.i Hotid
:lie discios-ire. ii
11 ier, e:i
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I vavs of the foremost to turn out at the
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latto. about 5 leet 0 inches h',;!'. Moid ni .de.
and a boltl. eiitiitii and veiy wt 'I i .be-ati-.l
IMVI'O. I: said he re-uls :;rrl Wi"e; ve-
well: i-- ori rinallv from .New Yik. b-t ei i-
ed a'. New A! bail v. wnsh'-t u'itiuci otl b-etrd
n!3ilei"cl'i h g!.. :b..t t!.i 1
it ; i said resided in ("ill'-:
iiere a ve; v : I
parties, tha! Lritits oemg i.neasy at".:;! u ; .. .... n
and vet al'iaid, because ol the excitement J ,,r ( 'mintiati.
in.1 rUn r.flf.o n..ir.!pr.'. tn tr-II vtlc.l I..- Lfifw J..VI S:. a. las .r.
went on Friday last to Butcher, a yellow
man, who resides in Brooklyn, on the oppo
site side of ihe river, and to!. I him v. hat he
knew and asked bis advi-c. Butcher refus
ed to civ nnv advice: on Sundae, he went
overagain and went to Alton, when Butch-! s'.-mtb.ot A vie, : n ! .hum .' M.-vli-.n s
er communicated the facts to two contabIes!-'J"ii,n at t'lucigo w:i with Imu titer-. II -who
arreted Knnis, and after taking his i " -npposrd i.. have I, fi .n ! i-.i i': - s. ..i-
trtt.!..pnt. ea.op here willt Imo prt.eiOMtioti i boat Atul.intc. for lb' "hio river.
oi catching one of the panics. ( Wat rtci .) j . W .hit.-, wr.-n hirl. -r. -n.! I
but he had left before their arnvai. i' " s " '' "' ! ' ' ::: ''''v-
Ti, ..:rp...nclr.nr..'.,t tl.ic l,o.-itl' ;.'".:iir .Weill;.'. I;e 1-1 a Vli'V tlal'l. 1111.
as detailed bv Funis, are as follows: ALout i ::!"'-'' 9 ''r 10 '"'" ' 1 ' - '
10 o'clock on Saturday iiigfit, liunis went j about 2!,and i .c. it!;ab!e torn !?. ' d-n'
from the harbor shop to his bt.ardinz limise.l an'' br.itghty n -armor. It is I :.. v d !. t .
kep'.bv Feah.alrew vcia.w- woroac. 1 , !t ft n, ;':e V:.. :-o. l-otin-l up tb- .Mk-oum n
Feter (Jiiarleviiic, a free mat!, on Third, be- vcr. and ti.at bi- p.r :- was iny.tn th- c.,,
tween Market and Wa;nut sticcts. Short! v I !':inv 1 ' 11 ' -M'-nn-ains.
after he had gone to bed. a ne?ro slave :ia.;i-l Odi.-e:s have been dip:.e!,cd tn a!! the
cd Madison, came to the door, km-ekcd and i 'iir cit.-u-, icme.i, ,.,:d i' is ;i-.oi,able t.. pie
was cdmined. Soon after beieir a.b..ii:.-d.h':"'' ;,'at th"y will I appiehctmed. Sh.-.i'd
Madison exclaimed. KJ d u n the luck," j t::'! " 'ncate! y I il. t. is I... hoped (:
and on an in-piirv whv. he stated -1 i-.ve ' "-"1 ci'.iz-ns of cvci v .pia-ler will b-nd
done more murd'ir to tiiil.t than I ever did J "',,ir cneH.-s to apprehend th-m an I l.nn-r
before and have not been paid fr n;" mi.J lli'-m to pw.ish-ncnt. Funis the witne,
after rcfiia. king that there w.ni.l h- an alarm j vii! remain in custody.
nf fire shurtlv. I ( fit.itetl in sniist tnce. l!iat It would be invidious m us lo bestow pm-a-
!'.'. erv ev c '
i '-I up
i :!: i l. ti!!
i ' i p. ,
le. II. to a
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F.-r a c:
ed, an ! t
a s i
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Ai d. ti
sound "I danirer; and his courage, skill and
su -.-e-is in war have given him a brilliant
place in the page of history. His conduct
in civil life, and piivate life, were such as
to a l-irn and dignify his mi!itry character.
fi.e g, titlot manners, the kindest heart, the
pii:i t mor.ds inflexible integrity, and model
of col redness in every social relation, he has
earned . i refutation in private lite still more
t -tag it-en en-'.,,,,;,!,. t;in t(,.,t of ,lis high military cli.ir-
" nmieated :i,..r. U,. is half brother,' by the mother's
side, tn our most amiable anil talented Sena
.. I the b i.!y. ' t..r. Dr. Linn; and being ihe oldest of the
. en .1 pet feet- two he acted a fither's part by his younger,
. !i. pproa.-li- aiitl also I. nhei less brother, ami gave him the
.!, liif tmeed early c ue and assistance w Inch has enabled
t. I'.i-ujh a sin- bi. ii to become a distiliL'nished Senator and
.! . i.e- ope. a an eminent physician. Such was and such is,
ft-i; :e!.u.- to -govci u.u dodge! Every thing tint could unite
i !.". I K n -a in in niaii to render hiniestiniable,A- tonualilv him
Mgh-.! for the station which he filled, were united in
u.h. bt .fid m'!i; his character. Yet, in the eves of the pres
m !,! tin..' raiding cut powers he had one sin which was inde-
!-n-l. His hhle and unpardonable! He was a demoernt!
. ol minutes, a miled, firm consistent democrat, enjoy and
I i s u hole haute preserving his own principles, and disturb-
i.tted; bis chest mg n one in the eniovment and nrcserva-
nature had b l! bis frame and cm! 1 never be ((,f t,e g,,veniinent good men had implicit
a.'.iin r-stoieil. Why not? Are m. t pen- a,j unshaken confidence. He is moved,
liie who have been l-.lf.'er i!ein IM-.I of liie ilUrbnr.'ed. dismissed, turned out. as unfit to
he and three yellow mn. viz: Ja nes Sew- "n any ol ttie -f ti is wimh-iv- i)" n n-; 'g-ti tit .n i.e ita.. n. eu. i i iniiit-s leMoicu : men ,d an olhce in ihe lerciiory ot Wiscon
or.i ,..,.!;. Wnmr-t- I !!i'iut. Imd . in this an ,ir. I he two ..n---!!.."s ol Alton
e. l .11
he - .Ve :t .."is... ai
:o..! :r-i tl v i.i:i; bi-i-bs
coit'tiia' .1 I a' a c.
when il.ey sea.-. i nicely
si -iii-. to !i ' ni.ii'iilt 't a
1 -live.!: ii: :!. -; tn in:, e.t. ..ii , ne cc. asioti.u- tioii ol theirs, whatever they might be.
ly mi-. .1 hi-, n Id ant . Tia se ell. cis were Yet this man is removed from the office of
suppo-ed to be e-u-it .1 by if.e . .weihd iiiliu- t iovornor, and dismissed as unfit, unworthy
i-n.-e ..f i! " -aUatii.- Ibud n.iou the nerves, to ho, :,n ollice in that territory which his
..!... ! tb s- ii:.o.-ii.-io M 'e yet Mipposeil homage and skill had contributed so much
atti i!.; t t'..!e to the aei ! hie. It was t cntpier from the savages, and in whose
ciisideiril that ti. - an coaling principle of tiA nine. iust. and impartial administration
gone on that night to .Mr. ivttcs counting
room, that the 1 xir wis uulockci!; M i(lisf;u
entered alone, Mr. Baker was sitting down
with his boots off, reading a newspaper,
Madison walked up and presented a batik
bili to him, and asked him if it was uood.
and as Baker turned to look at the bill he
struck him over the bead w'uh a short lur of
iron which In had concealed uil-r bis arm:
the others then cimc in and th-y repeated
the blows until he was quire dead, his skull
ami one side of the head completely mashed,
after searching the body for the keys they
ro!;ed it tip in the bed clothes and .laced it
in the bed.
They secured the door and went to work
on the vault to open it. Whilst at this work,
Mr. Weaver came to the door and knocked,
and called to Jes3e, (Mr. Biker) to let him
in. Some dispute ensued between Brown
the Mayor and city po!ier, th-' city co .sirt
bb's- and several citrvi: have spared -o pain -.
reward ::brei!.!rive that higher reward; the
p!e:ii;te of seeing the it:-u!tcd majesty ot
th law fully atoned for. Urn.
may nc ii .t t.e rc.Mi-eii .itci : weie ijues- j siri,and this to make for Iuty!
that Mem-.! i.i ci'-a-'e the minds of j But let it never be forgotton that this re-
ih- vcrv bijht of anviety and sus-, i,,val vv.-is not the act of tien. Harrison: as
all. la l!.- very hijht of anyiety
troii!;!e or cvpens-e to ferret out the guilty. I pense, Dr. I ). aiit'..ti'i'-e. tt it he could feci long us Harrison lived Dodge was untouched :
an t we tin.! !: it t'icy v. i i, in aii.tri 'ti to tiie t i, e! . . t.u' . i:..:i-. . i Kronen ioox ; o was onl v after his death that such a man
iii.gg!..v4 vas imii.e.h -t.-ly h-!.l before bis , Was pulled down. The other Governor of
iio-inls l,i.-h was i .-t -i.ily eovcit'd y.iihJ'Peiritories, Uiku of Florida, and Lucas of
a cloud -lie I ,t!c-! ! - breathes!" was hiwa. were removed belore. but Doikik
tlie mi 'lilriaios s ! j. -i;t.
it:'' i. a i i. tv t"f -'
n;..;! "0 .t Ins cla-si, i
-it. I- t;i.- i i!.le.
All wa i!ie mot in-1 since the death of General Harrison; and
m con.! .-, when the the circumstances of the case explain it char-
t id I.
spira- :ictei-. Wisconsin is to be a State, and to
His pul e." said Ih-. -oiiveri the territory to federalism before
i.oe. ci ti:.i..!v be it:b!" he at tlie , U ndmiited is the nverrulin? consideration.
and Madison, which should kill Weaver; and , C a. m. ami 3 p. m. and the Sheritf. without
it was insisted that Madison should, as he !ma!.;r. t!;e fa-.t notoii. us, t ! " c tl.e catlie: t
had killed Baker, but be refused, saying that 'mo;:ie:i!,so ;.s ! prevent the inn..eice crowd
::e had dons hi share and would do no more. ; which v.oi.i: have la-en i,i attvn-l.ince l;. :,i
mira finened the door and i.i.icf .i tit. use.: : wiine.- ; r.g it. ! :' f-'v i i : or.s v.t t
'chin:' it, and ro; W-a-cr i.;'.-:---'.I m'" f t .)! . . ;.'. il .' .-.! 1
I'ru.i Iff l'-tf' ..vi";-." .S'r "f this twrntir.
FXIiCFTin.X tip A .Ml'ltlilii:.-Mis
CONFESSION". HIS l-ATIl !:i'l
.Alil ld.M .V II.Ml".. same II. 'lil.t e-!.MII.t'.!.- .e Ol t'US his eves!'' 'I'l.;. .....n l..r Innn.n.f ll.o .mnrn.
I no i.i tot. ii:i.it viiuitp.i.g ... ,. . v . t.
John Whit-- convicted f the niurder of ' Ami boiiib'e in.!.-- .1, were those eyes to'o,.,,,,,! all tho other officers. Conversion
Messrs. G v.at kin and Glejm, :m boatd a 11 it ' b-ok upon '. He tolled them wildly in their fr, democracy to federalism is the object!
boat -n the Ohio liver, was executed at ; soe.'.eis, i-casioi.a'l y closiii'' them, .-md giv- atu to complete it, the persecution of demo.
Louisville, Ivy. on ihe fob in.-', a iitt'e aft. r v''-g most tenifc .seals. Ii, about live cr;,ts and the appintment of federalists will
six o'clock in the morning. The Judge, i j ...., Ins preathiu r bccau.e toi,-r.iby lre-)e ,ne order of the day Mr. Webster is
sentencing him, adjudged Ins f xceution to pient probably be would vivi; ore breath nw the master mind in the administration.
n .J. .. . .t.i ll: .- it . .. ...
take place at any time between tl.e horns ol . wnen a iicaiiny man moii.u gie r. ins . c ias snprcmacy at Washington which
breathings, however, rapidly in.-rcac ed, in 's,.r,eri.r intellect confers, nnd to restore, in
heoueiiey end rtrcngth. Dr. D. began toj,is own person, tho federal dynasties of
speak i. I. ::n. b it be - tve n- indications ! ;imjt,1u and Adams is the first object of
that be ,i i m l a v.o.,1. lie looked upon the 'i.: lihs.nn.l .ni.l.itlon. T.i such a man Gov.
T . . t!
r:c .Hour. 1 l.a.i, v.i'.li .r ui'- dcat'ily in-
ive to rotfiitig.
iVulge who was fighting the savage allies of
Great Britain while Webster was pleading
the cause of England, and voting against er
ery bill to raise a man. or a dollar, for the
protection and defence 'of his invaded and
bleeding country! Argus.
' Blanks, Paper and Twixe. Who has got
the job? Is it the Gazette or the Abolition
Journal? Granger probably inclined to the
latter, but was afraid to say so while Gea.
Harrison lived. The fanatical gentlerrjaa
thought he was "putting it to us," when he
put his first to the annexed laconnlc produc
tion but he may not hear the last of Ws short
note for a long time:
"Post -OFFICE DkPATIIEST,
April ICth,IC4l. 5
Upon the receipt hereof, you will cease to
print or furnish Blanks for the use of the Post
Your ob'dt' serv't.,
F R. GRANGER.
Messrs. J. Eliot & Co..
As the days ot the Abolitionists are num
bered, we shall continue to stand m readiness
to resume the business of printing for the De
partment, and we therefore give notice that
we will not sell the aparatus prepared express
ly for that description of work. It is proba
ble that, at the approaching session of Con
gress, we shall convince the "Beautiful Lub
berly Abolitionists," as Mrs. Itovai used t
call him, that 'honesty is the best policy
we are not to be understood as complain
ing, we never have asked favors of any
Department of Government, and never will.
V e became one of the Printers for the Post-
office Department twelve years ago, bv un
der bidding competitors by reducing prices
forty per cent and by our contract re
scinded by the foregoing note, a savin
would have been ejected to the Department
of many hundred dollars annually. All this
will, however, iu due time, have to be record
ed on the Journals of Congress.
We naturally wish to learn who have
been lought up, body and soul," with the
'blanks, paper and twine" contract for this
region. The Journal, if thus secured, mav
stay bought, better thnn it did, when pur
chased ty the llanison party in 1836
when it was said it would not stay bought.
If the Gazet'e is the "happy hireling," the
arrangement will only inflate it, to an ex
tent that w ill elevate it high enough, to cause
it to be dashed to pieces whenever it may
return to earth again.
But, the consideration paid for either of
our neighbors, may not be very extravagant
unless Granger has resorted todirrct bribery
by agreeing to pay more for blanks than our
recent contract called for. We hope this is
not the ease, because it would be "the height
of folly" to pay ss much for scrub cattle as
blooded stock sh.ii.Id command in the mar
ket. If the Postmaster General is not de
frauding; the Government, our successor or
successors, in the -blanks, paper and twine""
line, w ill aot revive much more than double
price for their sen ice. Lou. Advertiser.
Fn.wci:. The French papers are princi
pally occupied with articles upon the renew
ed dificu!tie growing out of tlie Easter
Qtietion. and the probability of a war be
tween F.ngamd an;; America. These trou
bles produe? t'ie greatest excitemens at Par
is. It is sai l, thnt at the first nws of the turn
which things were taking in America rela
tive to the affair of the Caroline, instructions
were sent to the French Minister in the
U. S. to use all his elTi.rts towards the main
tenance ol peace; and this course has been
and is still adopted in all the intercourse be
tween General Gass and M. Guizot.
NEW PHASE IN THE M'LEOD
In the New York Assembly, on the 17lh.
Mr. Hoffman olfered a Uesolurion directing
the Judiciary Committee to report a law to
quash the indictment, release M'Leod and
send him home. I hus the whole question,
with all its merits both of law and of fact, is
thrown open to be decided on the floor of
the State legislature.
The New York Sun remarks: Had a
(laming brand been thrown into the Assembly
chamber, il could not have caused a more
sudden or a higher excitement. It will prove
the most exciting question that has been star
ted during the session. The vote will be"
one of the utmot importance. There is no
doubt that the Legislature has entire control
over the matter, and full power to dispose of
it bv passing a law expressly lor that purpose.
Should such a law be passed, it w ill be the
end of the M'I.eod case, should it be reject
ed, the vote will be considered as fixing the
position which Aevv oik is determined to
assume. The legislature, which has thus.
lar during the present session been very
quiet, and attracted but little notice, is now
in a tair way of becoming consptcious; the
eyes of the whole country will be turned up
on it during this discussion.
Several Chartist meetings have been held
in various tow ns, but they were thinly at
tended. A grand convention of Chartists if
to be held in (ondon on the 12th inst.
IMieir obiects is to devise plans for the re
storation of Frost. Williams and Jones, for
the release ol all Chartist prisoners, and for
making the charter the law of the land.-
The convention will sit for two weeks, and
each delegate is to be paid Z per week; the
expenses to bedefrayed by a weekly subscrip
tion of one half penny from each Chartist.
These few lines are very solemn.
Just put here to fill out the column.