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EXTRACT I'llOM GUN KRAI. JACKSON'S
"The recent alcanomtrition of public sentiment,
imcribca vn Iho Nat of Kjcruti.c dutioa, in chnr
ctcra to legible lobe nnIool.cil, the Iah of rc
form ; which will require, particularly the corrtc
tlon ofthn't ahuttt that hate brought the pntrovnr
aftUe Frilrrol Cnvrrnmul into conflict iri h He frte.
Hm of r.t.r.nioB, and the counteraction of lliojo
eaiiae which have aliiturbcd the richtfiil courto of
ppointanptilt, ami have placed o' eontinued power
in unfaithful or kconipetamt hanilf.''
Tliut far tht) teM. No fiif tlu. coniiiio lilnry ;
J'RKSIDKNTfAI, I NT K R PKU UNCI '.. i
Tlio tollnuin klateinerits are contained in a '
rpcech of Judge White, recently alnlivcrcil in the ,
Senate of ihe United Stntoc. General Jnckaon U 1
the only I'rctiilcnt who U known to h.no iitcd offi
eial inlliicnco t control !cctionj. Thia is not the
first act nf the kind of which he ha been guilty :
I alisll apeak of what I know, and what I bolicvo
to be true. The tune of one of llm Senators hail
expired. Member of the Lef;i!alure and of the
House of Rpprcrentatives were to he elected in
August. The Chia'f Ma jitrat niteifnreil, through
the ajjency of aithcrn, in the elections to bo made
by the people, nd the elections to be made by the
Does any one who hears me, iloiiht this state
ment t He nccal not. The following facts will
show incontcstibl), that ho interfered in the elec
tions he made by the people.
1st. His two letters addrcsipal to the Reverend
Mr Gwin, which all who look into newspapers
must have read. They were intenaled for pubhea.
tion.ind were actually publiahpil.
2d, Resides the number of copies of the Globe
itMlf, hundreds of which he has i-cnt to Tennessee
under hit frank, hp franked many copies of Iho ox
tra Globe, which contains very hltlo except mit
represcntations and insinuations utterly unfounded
3J. He wrote a letter to Mr Curry, which was
used in Col. Standifei'a diatrict, with a icw to in
fluence public opinion.
4th. He wrote a letter to ray colleague, a enp
y of which waa furniahed lu Mr Johnson, who utcd
It ia his canvass up.tn the st-imp with a view to
aid bit election ; and it must have been intonded
for such use when written, otherwie wc must np
pnto my colleague abused the confidei.ee of l lac
Chief Magistrate, in piraiitting hu lattor to be ap
plied to a purpose not intended by the writer.
These few farts, independent of many utlion
which might be stated, Mttsfiod mo that ho did
not interfere, and lire hii ii:luence with the poopio
lo regulate their opinions in the elections.
1. On rvc.il day after tlcy tt einbled.unJor hi
friok, rich member received throe uiiinbera of the
ejUra Globe amounting to three hundred. Hero
is one of ihern frank and all, Surne of there Glebes
contain matter of the lonrtt V;ud, intended no doubt
to disgust the meaibert with their fo;mer Senator,
and to prevent his rr election.
2. lie wrote a letter to Mr Nicholitn, one of
the members, U-h we hare son poblishcd in the
newfpspers, in wTach he complains f the former
Senstor the tssl spmiob. and juilafyiRg tb use he
made of hit franking prmlcges.
3. He wroto a similar latter to Mr liroun, an
olhtr tnember, a copy of which I now hold in my
4. He wrote to Mr Guild, one of the lea ding
members, coolsiumg an argument to proie the pro
priety of lottrurtmg the Seamora to tote for CXptlB
ging ihe irsulut tons of March, 1531. and urging
the propriety of giwt.g toch auiiuction, and au
thorning Mr Guild to lubmit it to tho peruttl of
other members j wlich he M : and j ntea! ! !) and iheauthoref this act is ootlHeg uxcepl an wvolwatc- oflaeeae. tier. Mr Jtoos was a
5. From thit plsce' was sent to this st9 Mr ' lbu th imprriontlio of all ihe doanocrtcjr in j farmer's boy at.o, worked hard and got tubal a law
Gutld a copy of th farm of cipeogin;, which ihe . creation ! If a candidate, selected by the office- yer, served well lu llm council, and hat been to
Senators were lo b instructed to ute ; and thaa haslnWs in a midnight carouse perhaps. In the Congress a Mile wore lint, one term, lie
farraroarriun. I tuie undaralivd uilli ik
list riiM, to rim mh-Ii int rue Hint lo oe gi.rn.
II It Ufa IfUtltl fli.f tliM SnnilMf Jm.t.1 i.nl ..
and ibsvaVv fi.rre Mm to terlgn.
' tra rn-rlnctnl. trxl llm I.ci-iilalur unnlJ 111 1 nun
- - -
TJtc flllnf frni'MnrltJcffoinU)crrottrriKO
Jimriwljii Ihciroocli Coic awl lonjr Iriv. WWr
per. tt wiirtli-y of etf rdJ lt!nlin at timp :
TUB I'KOSI'KCT. .
W'f liaio hrrpioftiff! rtttpd, that tlio union and
pbeMniO ftftlic WWp Srnati.ra ntlhclut c-
fain nf CDffrrfs rn.blcd llirrn to drfa'it raaBT of
tlip promititnt trlmme of Hip Van llaircn ftctlnn ; n'etr-,"" "f litiwll .f Sit ow n rtiptHirtprn
nal fhrtiST, that ihp fbiiip rntircpon lln-rurt nftbe lo npr th quw) i noitciv j oiai-wcr wou'il
pMifHe Hill rnrure thptn a Jrcitlpd dctory. At tp"'H! ni'jrHo niw. Ill" n'M tinebfiii comparif
llir ppripfrrro of tlip proplp, in oV ; ,'",ljr unknow n. wpro it nail for hi iip.iv fluoriPi)
Ihfir own debit, a.ltlo from llia niliiriuli- it.
olf viliioh, thniigh tt naty aomctimp uliiinbrr,
rl it npvr lrppi. wo h-p atronj; aIpnioniitraliiiiii.
Vhon'cr tlip proat fppafcn their pniiiuinti. it in
eiilUlMl unainat llao pretention nf .Mnrtin 'ran Ibi
rcn. "J-nf piUy frVinca by which he wnuld roach
tbu highrtt station in llm d'oicrnnicnl ll.py unfold,
niinuiiinoi ue ttteir ItuJt, ll lie riw lo nltaui
the coal of hit ambition. Ihit, beauio this, ihoii!
rr othttr indicationa which arc full of ciicoiirs.-c.
Il la but a few munths ritico, thit o pnper, wc
br lievo in some parts of Ohio, made mention of Gen
Hit iam MKar iuiinio ns n suitable eandialale
for the I'rpsiilentship. The paragraph was circu
Irtted thro-gh Hip paper generally. It was at once
perceived, from his locality, splendid military ser
vicoi, unlilumirhcd private and public history, tint
ho would prominent cairrpetitinn ail Mr Van Ilurnti.
Doting there few mnnthf, the ppoplo havo hchl
thrrlr primary ir.relinga in olmnst every fection of
the Union. Large contention have asspinblpd in
tlio n en anal a: Hip Nor h, eminent and 7aloui
citizens have enlisted, nnd every where U nn rn
tliiisiasui inanifrslcd which must add strength to
Ihe cause. If, then, persevnrnnco may bo tnl.cn
into Iho account, the prospect is eqenuraging.
Hot there is another demonstration which is by
no meant dn-lieiirlmug. Previous to the iiomina
lion of Gen. Harrison, tt is well k noun that the
name of Daniel Webster wag conspicuous np n can
di.latc fair thn Presidentship. Mr WrliBter was
not receivcil as hit friends truncal he would be.
It was to our disappointment thit wo saw tlipcu
demonstrations, devoloal an ho was and hail been
to his country among the moat upright and nnna
h!n of her sons, and in every respei't pnfsrssing
ample qualifications, it was our wish that ho tnighl
havo been th'j huccessfail competitor. Rut th
Mgns weru toaetrorg in hvor of Gun.l hrrisaui; and
nccairalmgly, moat of the fnends of Mr Wnbstor
havo joiiiod in iho support ofGon. Harrison. ThU
iiniler nil rirarunistancos. we hail nn an auspicious
omen. It I n sacrltlCR onnilivtdnnl urrrf rnrtrp c.n '
the altar of public security. It is a Mcp to that
mion w laicli alone can ensure tucrcs. The friends
if Mr Webster feel a confidence in Gen. Harrison,
because they know his opinion and feelings ara'
with theirs, and that he wilt administer the Govern
ment upon their cherished principles.
And besides the course which Is persned by thn
Whig, at tho North and tlio West, we havo obser
ved tho most encouraging signs at the South. Tho
opinion is fast gnining that the contest will finally
settle down Inlween Gen. Harrison and Van llai
rcn. Ninco the former has made such rapid strides
in popularity, the Whigs of Virginia havo snluti
tuled his nninn for that of Judge While, in obedi
ence to the decisive calls in that State. Gen. Har
rison is one of her sains, nnd as she has never yet
vaated for a candidate north of tho Potomac, the
Richmond Whig and other influential journals feel
n confidence of success. Ho is tho candidate too
of South Carolina and will, beyond doubt' receive
thn vote of that State. In truth, the J'nopi.r, have
taken him up as their candidate, and seem resolv
ed to defeat tho schemes of trailing politicians.
Rut this is not all. Whoever is familiar with
tho political element aifoiir government n.ust nor-
a ccivo that Mr an ll iren Ins no personal influence.
! All that he possesses in derived through official
patronage. None but the oflicu holders and their
friends pcak in hisa favor, and he is supported alto
gether by them. They are, to he sure an army
not easily conquered, ba-rnnse they are united, nnd
all are engaged in securing oue point. Rut they
cannot outnumber tho people. They yet have the
control, when they bring to tho contest union and
perseverance. And '.hit they are tesolved to do
that, wo have airoadvsoen
Who, then, can ili-pute but what the prospect is
faill of encouragement I These strong and ra pcat-
p'l movement in Dona. I ot lien. Harrison must cl-
fact something. Pennsylvania will be heard, and
so will Ohio; and they will exert a cnntroling in
fluenco upun Iho decision of tho question. Of
their course not a doubt can he entertained. Just
as certain as the day of ejection comes, just as cer
tain will thoso two Mates vuteagaitKt Van Huron.
If they am lawt, w ho will bosst of his rucccss T
I 'Mm Ike I'l. ll'tttthmiii.
WHO ARK THU ARISTOCRACY !
looking over Ihn Van Jluren papois which
now and lbn cino in y way, J tlivl litem iiui
vorsilly and almnt exclusively claiming to be the
.fVmwiicv. If lW l'teidot votoot the will of the
pM.ple, it's all for tb democracy ; if, tt he did
lately, issue a trenury order fur lltt btuefit ol
the fne who are titermirlitly rich, and to tho injury
nf th a- many of moderate fortunes for the proSt of
the (Manooth speculators oat of the pockets of poor
er purebsreri thai act is forthwith cried up lor
the public gasod, to save tb public land from be-
ing converted to rwixir, (what an idea!!! rocks
and mountains, through the marie induonce of Van
I Iluren's bsi.kt. mttanlly rntanfacturotl into Uck
narrl nf a Tliiaee Iticrn but SUCCrsa. fur auebt
1 orLfomrry in dhwhr ; !!. svitem of prty ma
r lim.t. 1. . a LtaL . . S . - - ' .
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tw 1. 1 i" i unn'Hu iiiu T.i"fiw
Em'jT me jar. it otunnrnou the f.riiiio
doetrln5 of iJcrroftacy tht xtTtcerm are public
arrvafitt and It tint filial Sutf w ilh mrn inr.i
bl tn' Jialir.nn tl fMrnmup to flrvatc nidi
! tnrfi atria H Ihr pcnpli riif'io"Ju i;'i)inO tbr loiY of
tllltpe fffrnrtri. ami rUJi il1Tcc-li.i!i!or. Till
n.tfm ami iintdutf; ulo, ho mmlo Van Ilium.
Win), I aak, mild (n r ' 'liimglii i.f l.un for
, rrriMcnl l:ad it not hrv't tbtt lm w'nn. lilfrally
fnriri iriin iiublir nolirr r lata t pnrt r :ijclaaiii-r
! w("" h hp Iiime1f pot in tmtiin t I would trnat
! ilpniaarrncv, uich ha? nallctrd mla itrt fold nlikit
the nri.iix-rncy of ucall'i, jho aiovjAoi; of Hamilton
lo vpna' and rorriipt nirhirinpn of i'ofp'ic Kia
ropp, rand tliplinrfll ifofp'nilinl.. cfjlic tones i f'10.
I ilai not ay lhc iiiatl'iinla tuO'pi. moalotn Jn.
inocracv but I do v ino 'Psrl parcel'
I Ht why auM Mr Hot'" "nknown T
lananrrj nntiio i liufloratily naaaiciiiK'il unb
no iral monnirc of nnltnid intototl J ho baa
ipI iintliine priori, ho If" artoil no ctll.ln gnu
him 'n lithitatiHii amt nunc' in the nlTcciiniis of
i l',fl Iloi!c. Ilif i i-J point lo no iiiouiitni'iit of
rnigl'tv tnti'll.ct fm has ever raisa-al no eacnflre ho
kas ever made, for his conn'.iy. Never in the field
litis without the popularity of u soldier; in the
calinet, f 10 was only distingiUhod as a courtier.
Tht officeholders have hurnivtd fair him the pop
u.Vily of Jackson, and rtuln n alemocralic niinii'.
nxciifo mo if in showing rp inudurn democracy
I havo forgotten tho aritticrnry. 11, mr the
ttrilurracy They are the ollico holdi'rs. Now
I do not suppose tint ofiicoln.Idcrs are always aris
toerai; but they are so .v Inn they cen-n to be
servants and become tnu tlinv. lieu they rouvert
their offices to ncrsonnl ndvtintagp nnd the ptrpit
villi miif pmeer in their oirn luinJi. This i tho
precise nnd true state of Vat lluren ofiire'inhla-rn at
this day. They have rovorrtd the order of things:
every net nf Ihp Presialent is treated like Iho art
nfn covering as nfurur, f- which Ihe pcnjile
ought to be gralefail, not at t alai'.y vvhich they nre
entitled to demand. V(1, verily, worse than this:
Ihsy have struck at 'h'ront of popular rii'lils, and
eorruiilrd the rlrcliv franehiso: thej have taught
that rnnciiH nonnnr'inns are alone to hp tolrrateal,
nnd completed 'e vvairl: almost universally by
making these rtnininatimw themselves. vm
much itmihl iiMcr the propelling power that uirriid
Jiicktnn rne"".' I'wiiency nccciicd u baker's ilnzin
tif mm. 'n '' humble opinion, if everil.rre -vas
orevori'R be nn aristocracy ol political power,
capable nfcontrollil..,. tho hminesa, th0 Heallli,nnil
lhpdCtiniesoftlipcounlry.it is t Ita t arMluejaaiN.
-fll Una conrrnlcil Urc'T "" '"" ,n
dcnii.oracv. Here is tho true .naistocracy among
us, endeavoring to hoodw ink im -and wo. tho peo
ple, are to meet it Oico to fate in September.
Reader, I run willing to lfbnr nigh! nnd dny to
put il ilnwn, will not yam hbor night and dny for
the snino noble purpose I J(5o to the polls. Thero
von havo power and it it Iho unly human power
that can nave.
OKI) FASHION:!) democracy."
Trom the 'crmon Wnltlunnn.
FAR.MKRS ARI'.tNOT 1'OOI.S,
Though I'shoiihl think liey might bo by iho
way tho Jnikson jmrty treah them; every single
Van Huron candidate lor tie highe.t offices are
lawyers ! Here, Messrs Rlitors is the roll :
Law j or Van lluren, for President,
Lawyer Johnson, fir Vice President,
Lawyer Hradloy, fot Governor,
Lawyer Pelthaine, fir Lieait. (inc.,
Lawyer Fletcher, fir Congress.
Now I am not n lawyer, nnd 1 am also not one
to decry any class of gnod men. To bo candid,
however, I daui't believe in' the I'ectrine that no
body but lawyers Will mike good and great etutc
11)01. Our history as a nalim gives the lie to the
doctrine : tome of the g.citeiit and best fcerved
Iheir time at the tail nf th plough, on the shoe,
makcr'tt beii.'h, and in the printing-olfice. Now
my notion is that an intelligent, liberal ana! honest
farmer, who has a strong mini, a knowledge of
human nituic, ami n through acquaintance with
tho principles of Government aid all the interests
of the people, is the very ba;st man to bo placed rat
tho hoad of the union or of a state. And I will
tell the reason; Im vi ill work mhwofflco, exactly
as ho does on his farm he -mil execute tho laws
fearlocly and honestly. Fair tha. ""
minaiioii made in Montpelier in Feb. will be pap
ular. Harrison is a fanner fid to be poor, but
no worse for that Tho Rrith could neither buy
him nor lint him and although hundreds nf ihou
ta mis uf public uiuney have jaassed through his
hands, ho proved his honesty by accounting fair
every tenny; Gtangr I dou'l know so well about;
nr..tuih'r'ha i n launir certainly he is Dormlar
aoii'n" the farmers aif the Gecnewe country.
Jeniton it a fanner, tnd a specimen or which Ihe
farmers of Vermont ought to be proud. Many
years I have teen him it. the House ai.d Council, a
noble looking fehW. with a eentcanco beaming
intelligence and fearlBM hooetty, always at hir
post, fiilhfolln the disrharge nf evany doty. -Camp
was a tVmetV hoy, worked li'iew-elf into the
law anal it now a judge. Him I know, alto; he
is an excellent speaker, ibeujfh he speaks little,
sound Ipgisdnlor, and an honettcr mm I don't want
to preside in the new Senate. Pelllhone. hu op
ponaxit, it also a lawyer, but not half so akli 'all
talk and Decider, and of his ltoniy I UohiIJ think
more, if.nnee IS'iS. h Mu t been a ftalianal He.
j subHcsn, an tnluntsoR, and last a Van Huron man
. w htcia make twt (( too mauy fur any r
. mJ rinLt. lie u au Uuel and COnmUlOt iu
) laViT Fletcher I have bet wm,l
1,1 " i " . '
li np nqn minrairtAii i.at .. iuaMuiMki
.-onrseasa .V.ifiaW l!,vMk. As a f.uiver
fririad I havo not Irft him, but when ha
his pohtifc lit Itfi mr.
I'rimtHt 1'trmmt t (' ami n.
Thela'p Trsrr (Areolar is inihly hnnhxl in
thn Van Hnrpii iappr as a stopper to the 1'ciml
thronch Gen. JaekaiOM's Iranks i ahiapnjif i ntilv
alli.tii(riilf heil from al! the ra-at nf I la clorinVation
laestovved ofaon the old hern hjr u ainbluahina; ran
ptdrntr. Prevent faauils. eh why, then, d d ot
the Pffsnidsnl issue il mi", Ihiee, nr fin etrs.or al
least a lnujf apo a April last, lnr..ii.tho specula
tors hsd HoimIo.I the West. If this Mtnptc ni't wntahl
prevent all Iraaids, as it i now (ueieitdiHl, then for
yean haa the I'ri'si.lent ne(jeried hi. dutv ! Hut
I look upon tln 'aauoait circular as an other humbug
ves, n huriihug of the vilest aott. Rlair, Kam--tli.
Ur-iV-lMUn",. itA ..iMr ,Vn JUirruv altn.
hive inada" large purrhaaes how, then will the
circular nperailu' I'.vidnntly it will lessen the
vnieititnent pules ami increaso the wvIch of specn
Inting land holderi., anat 'ay the proresti the popple
will be duub'y eheaioal. Gaiternment reapiirps
specie it CJin't be htid !heie is not enoogh Sons
111 the whole country to dn oven the land husinns
nn. sir, there is not enough to rnrry thraiojjh
ino iransaciiona oi wa'l clieei ,. v. lor n niigie
vvcolc if paper vvas -vrliiiod. The speculators
won't requiro speric instantly then they l.mr n
Gtmpltie .Munnpnly ! Purchasers who (anuot
raise specie must carry their bill- to the spoeiila
lots nnd the spi'eiilstoi will take thoir price :
the j;re.at whales wills allow tho little fi!i j Ken
alull ond,. f'.. will reap gulilen jiirvesls. Hurra
fir the atili-tn'inopoly Pieeida-nt nnd his party!
a precious set nf nssi'8 if thus they can lap
duped by Iho Kitchen o.ihinet. There can ba
tm mistake about the nullior af this grand
(rheum; Kendall rnnie In Washington ft vrair
ago, misernbly pnnr and m debt he hot raiceat
himself froan rags to riches ; hnuostlv, no douhl,
iftnkiog iidvatitnge of 'the govcriiinelil'lo speculate
This measure to prevent (raud, fnrsnnth! it
rarrien a iVainlls fa en : it vvas lo alclrnid I hi' pen.
plaj mill aliminisli t tin rmeiuie it wne. ai rover op
oh! frauds and facilitate new ones. I.ool, e, firs :
were I the ilireclorofn p-t Hank off nest, I uill
tellyoo what Icoirid do: w hen nnrle Sam deport-
a'al hi rprcir. I rauild stop the paper mi
old chap'sperie, at a fat pieminm, aiver u ml over
anal over ngsin, nislfc one thousand buy ten thou
cand worth of hiniN, and atone lor my perfidy by
supporting Van llnrcn. Whowanlsan easier way
of get ting rich !
ali! V.dW C-WUUiPr.W. J.fJiy.a.ji)..uUfr;iuJ.-n-,
lift n finger to evposn Irniiils Hint uoold reva-nl I ilim(r nf I lie best breeds of slock of thn best man
Iheir own nakrilnOfS. Why alid they not long . cr (1j riPiM(:i kerping and fiitlening his caltlar.
ago expo'o tliesn irauus to .no poopin, anal
bring out the names of I Hp guilty that they
renp Iheir ranvanl t Why uiu nolttio v. li. ma
jority in Congri'ss do it, when tln'y hiiil a "h.inro
under Mr ilutii' retnlotion I Why, when R. M.
Jiilinson was exposed, alld they put a stop to thn
iiivortigalion I Why did thaiy iiiisoribly rrawl
oul of the trap in whirh Mr Hunt had CNtight them
by referring the husini'SJ to Mr Pmidnit f And
why has he, instead of ferreting nail anal-punishing
these already gnilly, et.iluavoii'al tat hide tho guiltj
and lull mspii ion by ipsuing this circular am pio
la-nee of preventing now frauds ! I.ut tho ailniiu
istrnliou piesses drop tho rank deception they nre
practicing, nnd faiily answer those plain questions.
Dare they do it ? Never never ! it would sink
them ; the country wnuld ruaku hoi hni-to laa rid
itsoll of these lecchcb and aixerrnlo their inemiuiee
I low completely i" Jsrksain'd prcdirtioii venfi
ed Corruption has Income the nrJ'-r nf Ihr day.
Happy, happy is it for us, thtit there i n remedy :
.ct the poopin speak, lot(jCJevery voter utter his
voice, at the ballot boxes, and the work of true
i worm will triumph.
Kxcuse my rath ; I cannot coolly seo this last
act of 'I'earleph' and roa kless 'respuiiMbilit)' l:i'idi)d
lothe .kios nnd cliithod with the covormgs of alu
ceptinn ami falsehood. I will spoak, anal lei Ihe
world know tint Van Huron's presses cannot di
rciiv'o at leat one. YANKKI
1'ieinthc fcrmunt ll'alcfitn'in,
What dofenco of Mr Van Huren's vaitc for gag
cint: tha- nina, his partisans can make or have
mndo, I know not, nor can I iifiagltic any thai
itl l.c n,-i. i voJ r holeiiod lo I'jr ihr oiple orih-.-
North. v'( ( Tliesn otiires nre all open o iho children, and they
Were Mr Van I'earen a southern rnari.postessing rmifl ,tnn ,ty f,n ( hern. Should not Iho peopla't
southern feelings, iinbuaied with southern pri'ju. j Schools, then, teach some or all of these Important
dices, and reprcaoiilinu soulhern interests and ,i, Khoold not the hilalren learn something
southern slave property, poptibly in lhi'e facts ajnfthu inaaiiieiilima relations they will sustsin lu
paliiatiuli, but MijmliAcutiim ol'his votu could be , , free tn.titutions, to the peace ofsorioty, tnd
loiin.I. Tim peaipln of the south are deeply inter- the priMpenty aaflheir fellam ritizent? However
ested in the eoolinutoce arid uuiiuuti-il durnllou til
j their slave nytteu. a syniem ofodions and unmi
ttualed tvrnnuy, a stain upon iur inMiiulipiit j they
are keenly susiuve to an qiii loiiing of llnur right j ear8 taken to bavn the laws well administered, at
lo hold their Mlo ineu in bomltgo ; iiittiuulively . tm. lfl to nmke good laws t Aral our Common
ahead any dieu.aoii of thtt "hl, and thiink (mm rOrtooU seen that Ihcy are preparing thai people
any expoMire u tla iniquities ol thai systwn. Il is . fr wjr gnf(rHne-it t Are ve taking praaper csre
not rlrti(ju,ibeH, Uiet iheir repreoutanvu,yialiin J uf ii, r,wiulinu, of ear i iM superstructurn 1 ArJ
lu th known wube ul thiir coiwlilui'iilt, ahuuttt f am the ib'1 of ur cSbrta, our talking, our wri
vote for a hill svlueh so cflirctuHly sbieldod an4 ( n, rnr rraatmg and oir M-n.lany, conrorraiiig uht
upheld thai sa'ltHo, which so loiiipUla !) etirurod ; hh make ami .timiiieler the lawt, when we aliould
over lit mus tnd shut out all light ! kitoi ledge exert our enerf is ih preparing rrrry eitlirn for
of it ; oven though the hill was in d.as't violation tbedaiUas. which awail ham I There should b a
of the conatilutiori, deslruclive of the nghu of I hi tol ksnok for eomutm tthm on Mie.dutkf of Pub
people slid at r with the very name aud HHm.i j lu-iiiKcers, ami tho children in every school should
plea ufliheriy. lriHueried by Uieo'c.i.ialriiliw. j ,t,4 a.
as the repretrr.ttote 'f the Mouth vieie. not all Those alto the Id Ua t. text book nil the first
uf theua even fulal be hioughl tii irto fur ha , Kimp)e trulbt of "Political wonoioy." Now, the
bill, ko odiuua ws it and u iiianvfortly an out- peoila ere not taught the utn of circuiting rnr.
najo upon thai constitutional aud natural rights ' ' danrn. manvf ; nor the advanltges of exchange
tbepeop'- ' tm! emtfwerre. The beft't uf the merchant, the
Hut Mr Van Bert it a rmiihern rntn.pcsseatpg ; and th p"fesnl man are not Uught
.a u. dial utHil lb! vute Psd, iMrthvdii finliHss; ; or sen di.urseily by lesriy. The rrlttlon of rich
-;h bo rmMi'ttcntt eHinp for rf'o'rctlon nf lht
.n-wr.,., , mi no prrjmngcr. -q..iri.C u.nt, t,.
what iiftlfK-n'ini, ivhtt titltilatinn can b
n!Trd fear ihna trim.iltnp upon our rlehtt tnii
! !tvl np dovn mir ptlttriplr ! It thr liberty of tht
nr stHi ortfttraiatlon nr nnthlng worth, thtt tt
nav h sav"""'' M,,n ml sterifirrd br men In pfiw
'. henevar lhir p!sNrp or their ambition thtll
Itr.norvl IIiPW In the rl t p.i ihr people ol (Yen
oi"in valve it lr highly th'ti the people of erf.
a'tvr t V. imp What nra-ai.itiPil the glorlout
' ilirr dara in Ptria,1' l.y u Im h Fraraep wat rpni.
lnllnniKffil am her pnpli mndp free I The attempt
of Chtrtf X. ami lilt antmstera to sharVel the press
and lltpr dirslP1. Th( Jieopto of rratien.prrt
s.I alow n a Ihv were bra mnnatrhit! and almoat
despotic govprnmsnl, still had inteltieence and vir
tue pnongd to tpriat an inviaioii of their tights
thV rnp nt one man. overthrow- the goverr.ment,
ailhrnned tbe King, and triad ronvirteil and pun
ished the miniflrrs : and tlu too, fur an aillcnc in
noaletir. nr manner esyentially dilTering from that
rii wttiii Mr Van tiuni has hen guilty. And rrl
tha' people nf ri'piiblienn Amerira are railed upon
to rewaral with the Presidency Mr Van lluren for
lining n similir act for which the people of nion
nehtnl I'rsnfe poni-h'-il Charles . with tho Iota
ofhl a-rnwn. No, rifhwr, I should have said, in
Otto of 'he nrl, notit iihstandlng hit base deaertion
ol lepubtiran priraeinles, nolvv itliptamling hit will
ingtipss to break don n the constitution, todeatrov'
the rights aind rraish the 111k rties of .p jipoptr
I he people, whom ho hat thua, at the klitinp of in
iipluily amhltinn, altem)ted tai sarrifiro. run railed
aiinn to sustain, to IruM, to honor him. And why
will they dn it ! When they rean to love liberty
when they ccan-lo revern the r on I i t li t ion, when
they lose nil rojrard tor principle, when Ignorance
.villi them and among them tmurpi the plsreof in
telligence, and publie virtual shtill exinl only in
some. Then, and tint till then, will they hecomo
fitted for nnd ho in fuct slaves.
U I) U C A T I 0 N .
The following excellent suggestions are from
the Common School Assistant, published at Al
WHAT WU WANT.
How much nft he practical l.utineit olifr, do lh
ehildren learn in our crummm Sehonlt ? What i
j ,.nrn,., unl ,1P lahnrs of manhon.Jt
a wnral, what alo our Common Schools note teach
that makes Till.' MAN I I)aie ihe voting farmer
in Ii'ih district school, and w hile he in receiving thn
only education hp is ever to gel, learn any thing of
agriculture nf thai intnre of soils and manures J
Any thing t lint teaehea him to distinguish thnalif-
4 fhinnt'iir prams 'aanh gram i" uop"s lin'lcaru any
vheep and s'vine ? Is ho taught that which make
his profi'ssiain useful, profitable, or honorable 1 In
not farming, in too many instanrea, blind imitation;
thoughtless, unproductive toil the slavish delving
of the Innils, vvithaiiil thodelighta, or thai aid aif the
inli-'lta-rt 1 Thi must be ho, when there is no sci
ence tai observe, or pxporimoiitH ; .vIiph in tlieir on
ly education, the children learn nothing of their
There should bo an elemrntnrv w-'irk on fsrniing,
making known the nature aif ihe saiils, the best
iiii.thni's of rernvering, invigorating, anal preparing
them fur the grains, thai different kinals of manures
and their treatment; anal also tho best construction
Einl nrchiti'rturo of farm houses and the mont ap
proved implements of ngrieultural husbandry. Tho
eliililrrn uny rend ibis in'lhi' reboots, instead aif Iho
lho'ighll"t.s, ainintelligihln rule reading of Iho Kng
lish Render, Coluinbinn Oialnr, and similar works
now rend, anal entirely uselest to elnhlren, or the
purpaises of after life. Why rnnnail tho pupilt in
Iho srhoiil, have their mirida ioibiipil vvith what
they can put in prnelirp in afier life 1
Do Ihe eainimon Hchoolt learh the rhlldren any
thing concerning their SOCIAL R KLATIONH 1
their dutia's to Iheir neighbors, to their sorisl insti
tutions? Is tbu nature ami cou.titutioii of Iheir
government taught t Or, its firm of administra
tion 1 Arn the children tnaight of tho duties of
public nffirerHl ' Such at tin duties of School
Coiniiiicionors, Jeappctors, and TraMees the dai
ties of County ('oiomiaainnnrs, Collectors, Clerks
and Supervisors ; tho dutlea aif to'vn Inspectors t
that duties of Stierifis. Path maalera T la there any
j thing tnughl i.f the duties of Referee of Juaticeat
ol me peace or jurors i im me rarnonis irtrn
any thing of the dulira of Legislators and Judges
,,,,, n gnvornanent rnty he, it biesings depend in
. n gral motsuro upon tla fidelity ond intplligcticn
j t'thsa who aalusinister il. Hut is Ihoio at much