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T UK TuYli AND HE R A L D
We frwtt loew'f 4er tS iMcUnlio of
(a irsnt of Texas, delating ',f at
iBWti,ij enii crfber -inlet, aud ttoi" m
I ii j r1 r nf Meslcn, to b in state of Mocked.
If Ms'amo.as and tle other Inlet Jelf nated were
ittutllt tti t Hate tftf.et. and bil by 'CJ
fore c-fTris. th ew ""old different j tut
under eiiatirg rircu-i.ttaneet ll will be regarded a
me rt paper MuVtd. rd a luch, will r.ot be
i..tf.t (. il.it -mrtcmrtil. A-rainst this kind
ejtlird i"t f ; iff Uiocd Ml"
piety, sua no lli. tiki to tl. Wo, w at ceno
rslly despised. We ie governed but by rtckl.
rapilcr, nJ lite in ctestcr slavery lhan ,,,0'e
hate subjected themselves Jo Ibe m..t abject "Vs
disncs. No mdivlJos! Mi safe in bis on house:
every citizen fesi to be dragged to dungeon,
where Jic ui.y rt wifjei.t e.er anowmg in.
ter or In crime."
"Fellow citizen, let o consult out ctmieticea.
The opportunity ie coirx ; to let it escape, would
The power ni " iranis ue
THi: ItlJTLA.M IIBA.ID.
rvnsDA . .u'cii-rao isno.
KATlOMAt 1 ZCKBT.
-J - ' . . rui'.rd tie tflill. I rie
rt blotUi ftf CoVerniirnt ,clly r"''e1 '"! i. !,-uill of ti-Lronlr: let tl.e will
It wa.HUropted by th. decre. of Npolruri .Mi ( Bn4m(BOM( tfJ , ,,inj.If ir rnoIC then eutfi
tlo older, in council r llf uniitn -" - ' rwtll l0 rnee our injuries."
.. inrti oturraliun, tome
nay. H I therefore with prrt f?ri;t
ttfCfi.l ny ttlrmpt oflt.rklod unJcruVrt.b; t.c
. ..f 'I BlIUUVI lv .
, rcKlodcd It. Ut.r. TU right iLe
,ccptmi.db) lb Coftmncnt of tbe Li.Hwl Suivr.
If tb Tnr r Jfroo. if rmilinKlii? t 'noy
tl.f ymp.ll.iM f hf t.ir'.e 'f L''"u,1 ,a,u!"''
tbry mu.t .dbMC to the ptincfpl.. irrctcl.ly os
itbllihid by the Wit contcl ttb .t lltitun.
fly l.r lrnid.t olhr tltyM.c tiTtiot.
Tn ll tn bnm tlioe prcrnU bH come :
Know ).,TI.l I, D.v.J ! I'tefWenl ol
the ltcpbl.c of Tfv.br nJ Ub Jmt n.dpon.
.tnl of Ibo Cabinet. Jo otir t, Hmte, iul proclaim
lt. port of MiUmuti. m tbc Ttmaulipa, tnJ
Republic of.Vxico, compii'inE iw .
R. Onnrff. n.l ttio the ioicli. tttusric. n.l p-j
.cou.fl, tUl novr and herc.ncr may be in
po..,Mon of Mexico, anil from and after ibo date
of tint Proclamation,! in a Male nf ahaolotc blink
ad by tb armed ccla of tbm nation.
"And for the purpoau of carrying thla lrc.Iatns.
tioti into complete efiVri.an armed naval furc,; no
It and lll continue to be kept at or near the auid
port, inlet and paa.c., entinly autricicnl to enforce
tbU decree. .
"For any bre acli or effoil at breach oftina Dlwk
ado. the offendinp vcwel and caro , ill bo l.ableto
ronfiieation. and the officers and marine of fuel.
e.t ill be r-tibjeet to all the pcnullic. attached
to a branch nf blockade.
'Tl.i. decree l.all taVe rffett aa to ecls tail
ing from New Orlrana. ilhin thiro da after
lit publication in that city, and ithm fue days at
to teairlf from any other tu ntral porta within the
(Julfof Meiico; and within twenty day to am
other I'orl oflho United State, north of tl.o Cull
nf Meaieo; and fotty.fie day. aa to vc.tela salliiiy
from any of the port of Europe.
"Done at Vtla.ro, on iIih '2Ut July. A. I).
1630. and Fr.tof tbo IiidtrcndetKC oflheUnpub-
,,C fS"n) ..DAVIDOJIORNnr."
MV. H. Ulk, Secretary of State."
n. trial ( yanta .1r.no. i ths title of a polit
ical pamphlet, printed and circulated in Mcxici.
aoon after bia capture, arranping hi. conduct m the
hit Texian campaign, ana tnu measure. ....
vi...,. -nt,,nmeiit under his" auapice. It Pe-
0Jarv - .
aentaa revolting, and wc arc inclined to bcliovc.u.r
eeratod picture of abun; and iniecurlty.akclcli
td with a boWnc. and freedom which we ere not
prepared to witnea. in a production printed, a,
thl. purporta to have been in the city ..r Mexico
itarir. WeKiv. below, a few wired, from a
tranalalion. of the entire pamphlet, published in
tbc New Orle.na IWe of the U'Jlh ult. They re
late to the career and chamctcr of Santa Anna.aml
areenriou. rather aa apecimen. or ihc maimer .11
h'.:h the e.ptUe president ia handled at home,
than forth accureocy or the ftcta-fuilhcr than
lh.y are corroburaled by the Hate of fco..nP
which the paper iLe.f f sWUu : which would seen,
nbe icarcely called for, except under circum
a'.ance. a. .CRraatcd a thoo under which ll up.
peara to have been written. llbini .Irirut.
.Tt- n.inimn i. thin monntcr Santa Anna
l .4 .1... nfii.iiiiv citizens il Vera
Cr,TolumeObj,ca, El I'-imcr I'ueb'.c. I'o.ad....
r... n.nci. Otumb OueiclaiO, Go .t.aj Mat", fc"n
Louia, Loa Catmel..., Zaealeca, Uc. kc. At
th time of the nro.umpluoua company ofTampico,
ha put to death, without any cauie, number ol
Meacan. aJ now, in TfiuM, he kai sicca cuutt
tj korrillt rrjinVii ly tit Mvman tondi Ct. ll It
were po.nble to pile one on the other the bodiej ol
the dead, vihoto untimely end has been promoted
by Gen. Santa Anna. tliey wouia
it..i.hi form a mountain hicber than that
pocatapctl, atjj wc would ray to his fl.iltcra : no.
bold a monument erected to Humanity and the
Protector oflleligionl' Horrid bia.ptieiuy . tnut.
to call the dcppoilcr of hi country, the inmate of a
cockpit, a gambler, profeaMonal blackly, a de
mon, whoaoedthe aeeda of disunion,dii.order and
diasolulion every where he went, a roiftr never re
laiinj hu Rripc ever to help the piuir ; a tyrant,
nbo trampled upon tvery human and divmo law;
aa uocrateful wretch, who to gratify the mcane.t
pMioua,raied hi. haud againal a fellow citircn.hi
Oenefactor, and wbo had deterved the gratitude o(
ir.i cooatiy ; a perfidioui bae traitor, who be
trayed into tlie banda of their mott cruel cuciiitre
thote wbo eiponed their oun lne to rai-e bun to
eminence. Socbiathc man wbo hai been called,
from the pulpit.'A me.tenper of Gad a ae.v Gid
ten the hope of all mtD'.''
'If we examine, however tlirhtiv, In. claiina t.
the benor cf a viiliUiry luro, we tUH bluah to tee
a fev mliuided Mexican exalt a general who dis
bonored the uniform bo wote. I.tU'ican action
in which be did nut kactlticc more lite than were
required by the cucumttancc. I Did the bat;!e
foubt at Tampico deterte any reward No; n
.hould baie been rewarded by au exemplary puu
whotent ; for there it wa. that Santa Anna, after
the eneiay bad urrnunded, compelled Ibem to re
new tbe Cjlit, and to dealroy, w about '.be leant
tKMreatity, a number of Mexican., belief and braver
tbantbeir unworthy leader."
"Io the mid.t of tbe caUmlica which fall heavy
upon our country. 11 hi pleated tbe Almighty to
iffn VvivHtttrt DiilimlrJ.. fmd in a
Keotccky paper the f.Ilu.vi important letter
fn.m PieMileut Jt!iKin to ll.o (Jovornor of tbe
State. A fiti.;!ar r.miininiicalion ha. been mado
to the Governor of Tcrineevre, and it i presumed
aUo to I !.o Gorernor of .Miwiatippi and Louisiana
Tbe National Intelligencer. tpeaUng if the letter
to Gvorr Cannon of Tennessee, rayr, "Wc
CutiHder it of an impoitauce .carccly iuferiur to
that ef a I'roclamatiotmf Nelur.llity of Ibo fiM
1'ie.idcnt of tbo Ui.itcd State in 1703, which pre
vented Ibis then yuunj: nation from leing engulfed
in the war uf the Fiench Kewlulion." !
lltrmiuiRt, Amr. , 1S30.
Sin. Arriving at this place mi tbe evening of
the V.h mat. I was made armiaintid with tbu re
quiMtion of (Jen. Gaines on the Governore of Ten
necnee, Kentucky, Mlat'.ssippi and I.otiitiuuu, for
1,0U0 iiitn froiii each utale.
The letter of Gen. Guinea and the proclmntion
of Gov. Cnnnon, e.f Tcnncasnc, umdo known the
Labia of tb. 4 rerui(ili.in. I'.oparding the rcanon
assflicd uv lien, uainca aa nui cuiimchc-ih iu:
relations which ive have inaintMiied with Mexico,
euice the cxmtencn of the civil war in Tc,ur with
thofc which it 1 our duty Liid uih to cultivate
with that Got erument, s long asMt obperves good
faith and friendship in Us ,iitcr;ourso with thu U.
S., I feel myself called on to inform you that that
reqiisilinn hn not received my approbation, and
that I triifct.if the men called for haxo been brought
into the Held, you Kill forthwith caiibc them to bo
mistered and discharged, and await for further
ordern from the General Guv eminent in respect to
any other rertUi'ioii lor the militia.
The 10,000 volunteers authorized by tbe. late
net t.f Congress haio been apportioned Mining the
Slates and Tctr:totie nenrcnt the tbcalro of actu
al or apprch' tided host ilil ich from thu Indiana.
They are coiMdercd uidic'icnt combined with tho
iHguIar troopi.lo inaintaiu the peace of ibe frontier
a:id to terminate the war which now cx'bU with
the Creeks and Seminole. All of them have not
been brought it.to tlio field, but Ucn. Gaines was
notified that 1000 volunteers in Arkanca?, and
1000 in MWsouri, had icceived orders to bu or
guniicd and held in nodinen fur ono years spr
uce, thoold the emergency arlc mining uie.r cin-
cinployuicnt neccfary on the frontier now com
manded by him. Tin circumstance manes mo
prrn'nt requtition of Gen. Gniues etill more unac
countable, particularly as it is believed that our
Western frontier is now tranquil.
I'nder thcc cirejmstauces, you will please
causn tho troopfc called for by tho requisition in
qur-ktion if they have been ruited, to be discharged.
They will be. paid as soon as an appropriation u)
Coiigiee can be oblnnicd for this purpose.
I am, very respectfully,
Your Obedient Servant.
To his Excellency Mr Morchead, Gov. of the
State of Kentucky.
ror. I'nnsmr.NT or the u. s.
WILLI ATI ll. SI A K It I SOX,
roit vin: pttaiiitNT.
I' It A X CIS (. It A IV E It ,
Of n r.W toBK.
J L A S II . Jli A MSO IV.
Ir Ia Cixernar,
n.vvin jt. camp.
(jy-Town Clelk, or Comtable tn the several
town, will have the joodne to forward ua Imme
diately .fter the election the retult of the tote for
Governor, &e., md greatly oblige tbe editor at
well a the public, for every body will want to
know bow the election ha terminated.
ion MKini:uor cu.ii.iu.t. ii:ruM uistuict.
w 11. li a iia sla 1:.
M.Aions von nc'Ti.M cou.vtv.
WILLIAM C. KITTHIIlGi:,
THOMAS I). HAM.NONl).
HAIIUISON Jc GUANGl.'i TICKET.
10 a KLKCTOIIS.
j.iuuv. riiocror,, .
i) j no cu.nryorj).
'am m ho in:,
ii'm, .1. aitisn oii),
NkwiMrttt ixTfcaitt. W h.vt lwyi evnriJ
eiedit a great error wilh our newspaper Jitirial breth
ren that Ihry ibuuld, in ihtir Ital to m.iut.in tbtlr
cjuir, 10 fr tit ri.jatr from truth, occ.iionally, as to de
prte.te llie vuiindencc which lb publio oVjbl toplace in
tbuie veh.clti i.f intcllijtpoo. 1 hat such ii lilt f.ct ii
mulitputublc to certain exlent. We do not mtso.buw
nrr, Hut oy rnmidrble (xirtioo uf our Iretbriu are
more culpabls lu this particular than any other class of
people, under tl.e circumstances but they oujht to b
lets S". They oajht to have a verj scrupulous reganl to
vtracit-, and make, it their busiutsi to correct tbe nu
merous errurs uf fjla!icoJ that are comtantly floating
fri'ill the luu-uc uf trandal nil it frum the lips o'f the mis
chief mukir. The difficulty, however, of sometimes lull
ing iuto error, is very frequently almtst uuaroidabic
frum the cimunnlanre uf bfiu; imposed upon by over
araloui polilicisi.s. Hut there is a difference betwren
there uiadv 1 ruul nn 11 A willful aod ccirupt miireprr-
jtnUtbn.to which Diany of our brellireii dcKeud in or
der to carry their poiuls; and wo are constrained to lay
Hi. 1 charge to ill patties, but lumcaie mure culpable
We advert to this subject now mure particularly in
coi.siqueiice uf the attempt uf the adniinittratioii prints
tu conceal ur misrcpiticul the result .f the late elections
in tho States. Their .ncceis heretofore, when they l.aJ
only to "hurra fur Jackson" to carry their points, has lust
its charm, and nil jocms to be suinf tbe other way. The
old Tippecanoe General seems to bear away the pnlm,
and Martin Van tluren it likely to to left far in the teal.
A few weeks more, we think, will however, itAtle tin
questiou mure diGuilely.
OTFRIENDS OF HAUIUSCN AND GRAN
GER ! ARE YOU ALL READY FOR THE
CONTEST ON TUESDAY NEXT I
If not, you have only bix oayi more to prepare
Tor action. Juki one week froli this day, one of
the must interesting and important RATTLES is
to be fought that has taken slace in this region
niticc thu conflict at IknningWn, and if you unly
make suitable preparation, put on your whole ar
mor, come forth m muttr, equal glory, and honor,
and peace and joy, will crown your efforts.
Remember, fellow citizen, and bear in mind,
thai "tl.e battle is not (always) to the strong."-
You may feel safe because ou arc atrong, but re
ly upon it that your enemy intends to take you by
aurpriae, nnd in tliout tohargo you awotd in hand
and maVu'a' dcoe'rre''puti. With them, oe.-y
thing ia at stake, for their watch-word is, "the
spoils of victory 1" If they lose, all is lost, honor
and .11 ; and they will contend as though life was
Hence, fellow citizens, bu up and doing every
leisure moment. Cull meetings in every town,
where they have not already been culled and make
preparation forlhe contest. Rally every gcod and
true soldier to the rendezvous. Re prepared with
emulation voter aod give your opponents such a
severe dressing that they will never attempt again
to arrest Ironi yon your rights.
TlIK VOIITII CAROLINA CONTESTED M.KLTIoA. Our
readers will doubtless, mutt uf them, recollect that one
Mr Graham, a Whiff, who was returned from one of the
Districts in North Carolina 1.1 a member ofCon;resi last
session, was driven from his scat by "the parly," on the
alleged piound that his competitor, a Van fjureu mini,
had the belt claim to it. It will alio be recollected that
after contending uenrly all the aersion 11 bout the right,
the friends of Mr Graham came to the conclusion, rath
er than contend any longer, (although it w as not doubted
by them but thai .Mr G. was justly en titled to his scat)
to refer the electiuu back to tho electors. This was a-
greed to and "the party" have been most woefully re
buked by tho result. Mr Graham has been elected by
about 1500 votes over his opponent! This must be what
the IKroites would say, "glory enough" fur oue man.
The National Intelligencer give, lb folio.
ummaiy of the lateat larirroMion relitiv to the
The pro.pect brlchtenr. Tbe new from th
! State in which the electiona have lately beta hold
is eten more uvorable tban our aoticluatloju.
Without further comment than the expreaiion or
our hope that the exa mple furnished in the Statu
South and West will nut bo lost upon the Middle
and Eaatern State, we apread before our radr
our latest authentic information from each Slate.
KcaTUckt. Returns from forty- eight counties
give to James Clark, the Whig candidate for Go,
ernnr, a majority of seven thousand fife hundred
vote over hi Van Iluren opponent j aod the Whlge
have gained a large majority in th State Lgiala
turc. "Urn. Harrison," ay the wo.tero eitixen,
'.will carry .he State by a majority of not le than
15,000. The Whigf, to a man feelinff tbe Im
pnrtance of tl.e contest, will come to tbe poll.
Victoty awalta the Whig ticket in November by m
overwhelming majority." Among tbe member t
leclcd to the Houae of Representative of he Btete
we observe, the names of four gentlemen, ttauoch
W ing all of them, who havn heretofore represen
ted the Slain in Congies. viz. Robert P. Leteher,
John Kiiicaid, Henry Dsniel, and David Trimele.
The crisis his called them forth from rotitament.
North carolima. Returns from about ToVty
cnuntiec font of sixty oddj give a majority to Gen.
Dudley, the Whig candidate for Governor, of more
than two thousand votei, which the remaining
counties will Increase to five thousand. A ireeided
majority of the Legislature, it U aUn occrUlned
arc Whigs; among themi Weston R. Gales, one
of the Editor of the old Raleigh Register, as firm
a Whig a hi father, and a decided supporter of
the White eloctoriol ticket, and yet chosen by a
handsome mtijolity, in a county always strongly
Jackfcoman. There i do doubt, from thu com
plcxion of the LcgUlature,of the reelection of Eta
nlor Mangum,if ie choobc to serve again. Tbe
Legislatuie of this state i under thu Const it ut'.o.i,
chosen for two years.
Alahima. Eight counties only hnuo bcon heard
fiotn ; lut in these counticr alono the Whit caui
has gained several rnciubei of thu Lcg'ulatute.
There ctn, wo suppose, be no reasonable doubt ol
Judge While's getting the entire electoral vote of
fin ami iiivkk IMJIA. The Mitsouri Republi
can contains an account of the late Indian butch-etii-i
cmtnitteJ in Missoim. Col. Kean.cy ofthu
diagooun despatched an officer, fCapt. Duncan) to
iuquiio into the affair, ami in his accounts commu
nicated to the Executive, lis states.
The party of Pattawstainics were emigrants from
Skukli river on the MiK-issippi, vvheru they apent
the last w Liter with their fannies to join lliono of
their nation wiw on the uppupitc tide uf the Mis
sissippi river, and the five engaged i.i tho affair
wcicoutasa huntiii'T party, for tile purpose oft
killing provisions fur the use of their families ; that,
011 tha prececding evcning.tliey wcio vuited by five j
white men, who came to their camp with whiskey
fur sale.but that they it futcd either to purchase or
be treated wilh il. Aboct daylight, in tbe morn-
ing on which tho transaction took place, they dia-
coveted (hat cigl I of t.icir horses were missing I
and saw, by thu sign, that they hid been stolen, j
and pieaomcd thai ihev had been taken by the Sac
and Foxes, and look thu trail immediately in pur-'
uit of them. After travelling six or eight tmle-t j
they discovered a smoko 111 11 liucket. where they 1
found their hordes in puseeSAion of the samu while j
mm v-.ho had t.'cn vviih tiieui tho jirevious evening j
when a Sac, who had a, 1'utlawalomie wife, and
who was living a i t h the natluii, atopiM-d up to thu I
ul.ite men and claimed the horee, thid ho hud I p
sc.rcoiy oune vvi.cn nc was ctiot uy ouu 01 t lit?
white men, when he rai.ul bis gun and shot also.
Another whits man then shot a Pottonutoinii!
through Ins head to as to cut 1 lie akin, by which he
was eo stunned as to fall, when one ol his comnan-
ions, supposing that ho had been killed alu, shot 1 on ihc cheering "Prospect before us."
Tun f.lp.ctio.t. lntijjtrent Freemen To you,
Follow citizen", who arc always indifferent about
the elections, wu have a word to say. Your con
stitution guarantees to you an important privilege
111 the elective franchise, you w ill readily admit.
Are you prepared then to surrender it We
know you will say, No. How then can you be so
indifferent about exercising it Is not such a
course inconsistent In fact, is it not hazarding
its sacrifice To this question oIeo you cannot
but answer in the negative. Now we uro aware,
you neglect is owing to a kind of indolence in some
cases, a little short sighted avarice, perhaps, in
some instances, ''cant spend the time !'' &c, and
and now and then a case when in reality, men, (vvc
cant say Freemen, for they do not merit so dignifi
ed an appellation) are willing to trust to their neigh
bors to do this important business !
This fellow citizens, is thu way free elective
gotcrnments loso their liberty and this is the way
.vo shall lose ours, if w u do lose it.
Wo hardly know what to 6aj to you more, fellow
citizens, to pursuadc you to ho punctual to the
polls. We know we cannot furce you there, if we
could vvc should almost feel it our duty to do so.
i'T we know vou would thank us, on mature re
THE SURPLUS REVENUE. Inpartant Diitleiurt !
Fkeemek, we have often warned you agaiust Ihc reck
lessness of our preseut rulers, and we have charged thine
rulers with usurpation of power, with profligacy and
speculation and prostituting the public money to their
nwo Bfferan.ii?emnr. i.atc toi.i ". "n.t rpnip.i
it orer and over in order to impress it upou your iniudi,
that il sorely grieved the followers of Jackson aud Van
Duren, that the Surplus Revenue has beeu partially
-wrested frum their gru, Uut all this has beeu stuutly
deuied by most uf "the party'' aud maoy uf you who pro
fess to be Whigs, could hardly credit these assertions.
We uow, fellow citizcus, have ooe proof to lay before
you iu relation to this importaut matter, viz : the feel
ings uf the Administraliun in relation to the Surplus
Revenue. It is accidentally deiived from a letter writ
ten by the Secretary of the Treasury to his frieud, Hon.
Dinj. Wsterhoute, Cambridge, Mass. We have always
believed and wc still believe if it should be found that
MHrtin Vna Iluren is to be our neat President not a
dollar of the Surplus Revenue will ever fiod its way iuto
the Treasuries of the Slutej. Here is
Washington, 8th July, 1830.
Dear Sir,- Your of the 2d inst. deserve my
best acknowledgements for its numerous useful sug
gestions. Our overflowing Treasury, which is so often
prayed fur, will, I fear, prove a curse. Ibit my
b-3t efforts will be given to execute the late law
faithfully, though I have many misgivings as toils
fatal influence on the sound relations heretofore ex
isting between the states and the general govern
ment. The President wishes me to express his thanks
for your kind remembrance of him. Ho leave.
thin city in a few days for Tennessee.
I believe the ensuing presidential election is to
be unusually quiet, and I will not allow myself to
despair of tho Republic, however purtentuous may j
be nuiiii) of thu signs ur tho tunes.
Should wc become involved in
Inma.ia. Tho Louisville Journal ssy : "W
have received lale information from ludianopulii.
It is cheering and decisive. Indian has unques
tionably gono for her old Gnvoruor, (Nob'c,J by
The Indiana Palladium of August 13th says,
"Wc shall give a list of the member olect of our
Legislature, so soon as wo can get information
nough to make the list correct end complete, Wo
can only say now, that the msjority In tbc Legis
lature for Harrison will bo VtiRt lahoi:,"
Tho Madison paper in the State ays, "When
ever the question has been Harriton or Van Burtn
tl.e evidences are cheering. Tbe cause look pros
perous every where, and gives good ground that
the people will rally 111 November a they dionU,
and give Gen. Harrison a trumphant majority."
Tho In.hunopolia Journal Hate thai the nw
from all part of the State i most encouraging, and
that the e Hurts or tho Van Burcn leaders to control
the elections hire been most distinctly rebuked.
Missouri. Gv-ueinl Ashley, the rKjectablc can
didate, voted fur by the Whigs, i carrying every
thing before him. The St Louia correspondent or
"thu Globe," is quite Urhaymoie on thu subject.
He eay "ihero is 110 accounting for it." He then
doe account fur it, however, in lhj following do
lorous terms ; "Thu yatrunage of the General oo
ernmenl ha not been usriflo sustain tbe republican
party at far ut ue have a right to txpeci I" This
is at least a very frank confession of the uss to
which the patronage of Government id expected to
Louisama. We have received from a sonrte en
tirely to bu relied upon, autifactory information 1
to the lato s-lcction and present politic of that
State. We cannot give our reader 11 better idea
uf it than by making the following litteral extract
from our corresdondenta letter : I am personally
I acquainted with many of the members elected to
1 the next Legislature, and 11 m well snfoririud of tin
political opinions ofthcin. There is a majority ou
joint bal'or ojijiottd to Gen. Jackson and Mr Van
Iluren Tha .Senate consist of seventeen member
and thu Huute of fifty. Iet each member givt
his vote (or ur uguinet Mr Van Duron, and I have
no doubt tbe result will be 37 against, and 30 ia
his favor. How thu vote may bo fur Senator, net
but I hazard very lit-
ortor will be re-elrcta
wishes It. If the friend of
winter, is another question ;
. lip in savin" that JikJl'C Poi
or mum ' . u- - P.
, , . , , . , . ill ll.u hjl'l.aic .1 ..v
war wiru O.CA.I.O. u.u au.imis may ni-.er uem.i ,...,.. .Vi,i. vr, ,i...t. , ,!., ...lo Aer,
deo, or will soon ho recalled. At all events, the . , . . . . , el(!Clur., voU
.1..1 ;.. ih' ;( ..i;. pi. - s- .
Mr Van Iluren ha no pupulaity with the people ,
whole will be wauled in 1 8 1 '2 , if not earlier. Five
millions arc to comu ufTthu p.ecentTarriffin 1841,
Mr Adams's health has r.nt been good the lat
ter pail of the session ; but I saw Mrs. Adam
quite well at church last Sunday.
Truly and respectfully,
Your obt. tervt.
Hun. Bkiw. WTr.niiofaK.
tbe man that had killed him, when tho remaining
three ran otl'and left the Indians in' poeecstion of
the horse they had taken from tfieni, tho ropes and
bridle with which they were coufinpd, and a gun
belonging to one of tbc men who had been killed.
The ropes and gun llif-y have given up to ilajor
Davit, ibeir agent.
GJ-THE CHARM I5ROKEN.?
Wu cannot but congratulate our fellow citizen
It would 1 Woodstock anJ the other at Manchester. The one
Goon siur.s. Two Anti Van Iluren papers
have recently been started in this State one at
Singular coicinori:. It ia stated by tbc Star,
that a correspondent of 1I10 Ncw-Orlean Bulletin
seem almott morally ante, from the iutc!lii!ciice
which will be found in another part ofthi paper in
relation to ihc Elections in the States, that the un
wearied tft'jrla to transrerthe popularily of-Old
Hickory" t's tbc little New York Aristocrat, ha
proved abortive, and totally unavailing. Thu thing
won't take. The old hobby or hurrahing for Jick-
at Woodstock U called "The Constitution," a good
name truly. The other ia entitled "The Vermont
Express,'' rrom which we have copied one or two
very good article in relation to our political af
fair, and the elcctiou.
and it it were nut lor me constant ciamur itcp )'
by a few office holder und expectants, about V
.strength elsewhere, the electoral ticket in his favor
would not. I think, receive three thousand voles,
notwithstanding Ihu effort making in favor cf
Me Jacktn oinJiiU'e for thu Presidency.
Minourt Jitalion. The S'. L'iui Republics
gives the report received from sixteen counties,
which present iho following result. Ashley, the
independent candidate- for Governor, supported b
the Whigs, has4iai viilo. Boggs, than Van
Buren caucu candidate, 3'J01, Birch and Oiu
were the While candidates for Congress, and tk
vote for the former are 34 11. and for the latter
2192. Harrison and Miller were tho Van Birea
' caucus candidate for Congress. For the former
(there are -1185 vote, and for the latter, 3701.
Slrother, a Jackson candidate, dropped by tbe is'a
Wc wi!i thera both sue- j cu, IS, 76, Ihitun Patriot.
THE WHIG TRIUMPH.
bile our aufl".-r.n thu Hvdra It rhainoai. A few 1 nuliee aa a curinot Ctrl ih.i I hi- nariipa uf ll.p
Tenant became the instrument, of Ditme justice!; leading men who have figured in our country, ter
ELECTIONS LAI i;r.
Xorth Carolina. Returns from 49 coontit 1
lb blood of U.e monster will not be mixed wnb the
lie-blood ofbia victim. The inhuman Protcu.
Its fought w ilh an equal cruelty fur and against the
tasnas fnaelp'.c. In tbe rich and fertile mountains
of GuaAjjslo aod Zscatecas, be bimetlf ordered s
nunstiid with on ror instance : "Washington,
Jefferson, Mduo,Hamilioit, Jackton, Clinton, Liv- '
ingslea. Hupkinson, Harrison, Wiikinsoa, Single-1
ton, Manon, Middlctcn, Fulton ; and in addition '
lo these, we have Houston, who it about catsbluli
son don't sound well with "lh party" when tl.cy
come to apply it to tho little Magician w ho novar j In the returns thus far from the South and Wet, i North Carolins, ere stated in the Raleigh Star, t
merited any cm! or military renown. Hence, it the triumph ol Whig principle has been great 1 have given Mr Dud!ty, the big candidate wr
will be aen that nothin- now 1 wauling but union fna si onou. uet the returns all tome in as they Gov. a majority or J,O0 over ftpcigui
aud concert or action on the part or the oppoaition
nombar ol Mettcana to be butchered, some Uruiut log ibe independence or a cocntr." Thirti-eo
f ry ittrt tnIn if tie Wf r.irica, ofW lxtat.it name of tbu ttngncrs uf tbu declsralion r inde
Ary irert iU dtfudrrt. loleW5.be dfl.t roved the fKtidence bad tbe same Icrminttlnna , aod tbo
rocatllotion, and wa called Ubeislcr," ntsc or tne gicttett ct plains of their day, end
to bung back aud restore the country to its primi
tive purity aud wipe away the blot and atatna
which have been cast upon it by a ruthless and pro
fligate ftctlon. Tbe ''spoils" men or army of of-
1 1 . .. . ..
, nave ureioiore,ana then let u celebrate the tri
umph ol principle in a manner woithy ofthe occa
sion. I,et Ihc retult be announced bv a hundred
gun from the common. Wc are confident that
they would be ic-ecboed mot cordially from the
sands of Nantucket to the hill of Berkshire, lct
same counties, according to the samo autuoruyi
there is a majority of 4 for While in the legislature.
It 1 htrdly posa ible that the remaining 10 coooli"
can change tho result at leaat in c ol the
The election of James Graham (W.J to
trees, from N. Carolina.! coiifirroeJ, Hi u.sjori-
. aa . . ... . . 'l UHlll, III laTIIV LIU bll'll l U 1J W Hill I f-fllir'l
tice holder muat now be coDviweatlialUftAarn is '.,,.,.,-..,,. ,,;.. r r .. .. 1 f. ', ' r. a rinri .,. 100.
We rminnois'theepprol'rT.omc''the umverse, w s sans Utters Napoltea NV5 a-d We! ' broken and that all their fieo vebeme of public ( iulpiciou hope t to tbc future. Ihtlun Cat. '('articular r.ol received. Aletlerinlbe W
i fkt Tf ah- h" bnes -f i -n, r c" p uolet astf jtuU,i,s 'e attr'y eaiH. ,fl in-ton Ulcbs ststet that rrturns bate bete t 1