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t - - - - - 0 - vv.". a act vi vulgar pita:mot um) uwu uy um me to pnetc buthce it to say, the :'-' ". ,, ---,sief
i ,,, ell2S under JOhn Q. Mame, tour wee tales, and to extend the time of eetiles
-- - - rude, uncouth and lialkivilized portion of th iro.n band to strike him to the ground,
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e ,- -, 15 12 1.2 Sept. 1839, under Mt. Tin menrof ci unty T:eatourers with county ' COL. RICHARD M. JOHNSON.
human race. No I Messrs Editors, his produces ling, and good Ye' was he always the Conqueror. . , il
;e' le .1', - Burets, flour wao ie6.59--an favour 01 Auditors and -with theTreasurer of State The Vice President of the United States RN . . . ht f rd refiec
1 straig orwa , When the United States Bonk woe t'l '
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e..) , Van Boren 01 37 1-2 a barrel. At the le N111-cil ',eV, rived here yeaterday morning en hie way le hun is tinged with a roughnesa,an impoliteness, I hearted
, good people of Dover ere a sober,
a out to be rechertered, be 0 ao one,,of. ,-. I 0
s. ; ,
Washington to eider upon his official duliete, repulsive to every respecter of the female sex, the good old maxim, "that chanty el, l tt,t t
people; a people Met believe in k
' e '' ' seem Alitee, beef was 06 50, and 011 till
o ksi Th re-olutron was adopted,. and on II
et his arriva being announc4lis 10
no &great .and alike regulaive to all dem qualities thet be
''" -Ari favour of Mr. Van BUAIII in 1839. motion of .Nli, Spengler, veferred to a number of oar principal ci I
dxe d othere,with the first, to warn his countrymen of let , i,, , .
0, .:,..5A ')' peak the perfect Gentleman. And whether of course ought to btey at home. Eo unconstitutionality ; one of the first to etie ,
7- i, 1 ,, e :13 59,,.-on each hundred weightA. . eornmitert of -rtirs whole Senates nine out retbrenee to party distinctions joined in eon. wart begins et home,' and as a matter
, ,:: ,------s-stesr u4rwould weight 7 hundred, the
, I, made the order (Witte (ley flr this day gratulating him, and paying him that respect ITubias' claims the name of young Gentmon, warn the American people, of the dene ' ,-', 1
we fancied ourselves to be Charity, end . - d $ t
. , . -difference infirvour'ef Van Buren, 621 011 notion a Mr. Toda the Scottie which is so eminently due to his station, cher'! married Gentleman, or Bachelor Gentleman, he ger tnere was in arraying a moneye
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: ,,, acter and long and faithful pulatic services. We deserves to be held up to the derision ofthe up With these few " r' g 1 ,
we a ainetLiber y. He tuck down - ,
,,,, r ' 1 ":50 I I Yes, $2-1 59 on a (eagle ox I took tip the bill to divorce John r 01 were gratified with teas demonstration of kind se tattui scleaot fbdoemmeo, cwr aocryk. i n g a 11 d ay i n the
- :f,, ,n; Tobacco reSeid. 1628, 4 cla. per ih , from hie wife, and it was intleflauely eeii,,a mid regard on the part of our citizens ed, the ridicule alba youngiand tyke scoffed at remit' Its, we the book of Nations and pointed out , ,., ',,,,
every page, where the power of wealth , -,,,,
'',, iv, ;'- --id' Sept.: ,1839. 10 etre, difPronee ;Gott,. postponed. the more PO, as it was devoid of any considere. by every living infant.
political Ature, at a tire(' when sueh . had arrayed itself ageinet the liberties, I
, , ,et -, --on the .11).a-more than double. Toltec. On motion of Mr. Tod, kin I res. 61" a a CELIA. ,,, ,
predilictions are beginning to have a strong in- EIGIII II OF JANUARY CONVENTION. of Man. And in every instance had .. ,i
, et; raisere will, of course. pet eown Mr, elution wee apopted, designialug Mon- d New 1r, ear, awndishth
subverted those liberties. He called- ' . 7' li
. t,',,f,:, uence upon the public mind. added tu the pro- l' or -the Demociat.
''IrSti BUM, Ned petsup Il mitten and a day the 23,1 inet. ao the time tor elec minent nosit'ain which Col. Johnsen wiil hold GIVIIIG' CONSIS'I'ENCY. foinhethDeesmubojeercattoic
I over the names of Patriots end States.. .'';'., ?,
, . ;..,.,,,,!),11, -United States Bank 1 Pork In sSept. ling-one atittociate Judge for the county during the coining Presidentiel cntupsign. en, who, in the ardor, of youth hod, 40),
''''s-133, 010 75, in Sept. 1836, 013 00 br Trutithull. and one forthe coun ly ol Last eveuing the pentane and Poliical friends PrIlee.seonh:yPeppliethalktiturtfrbieoniddig;
battled for their country,and afterwards
-difference in favour 1S39, e2 25, per Motion, atid one-fur the enuntroaus- of the Vice Prepident.torprevious arrengement. Buckeye Governor, We have the must implieit .,1
Mestre Eeitere.--As accusations the resnomination of our worthy and es.teetned tr)
have been throe n out by eome of the ,
uccumbed to the power of Gold, and . 2. . ;it 1
r ., ,. .liundrellweight. But let the refiner IUD care wile,. met at the American Hetet, -which wag crowd- leading Whiee ratio Plate. in rola- confidence in Governor Shannon, as a public
tier) gilded their lives with dishonor. Ho ,, -,
i et! to overflowing at on early hourench anx ,
lout t0 pay his lespeets to OM distinguished to the Democietic patty having ae , servant. his course has been governed by prte
:;', , a i. -,hito eyethough thrs list arid he can make Tile reeolution to eztend the' time for hoped to God that there never might. ' :414i
'.' ,i pitying Wee, .te., waa considered in guest. After epeembling in the e
1 moth more sink mg cumpatieoris corn- acious dining bIllId"ned ItIe Inigi I
nal positien, which deneq end l'emsight, worthy the chief' might. ,
be such men in this cournrythat there
eommicee of the whole, Mr. Glover in -
hall of the American, the toe resident wii. it line he e i , In r a n to vote of this Great ,tate. There may e a few
il i lore e Men el till Q b le ,
Å. t4arieues that mire astunisli every one, never mieht be
such a curse inflicte
7' 1 i dined toile, meetin b Gee Shatinen end -
g Y Batik reform, by (mewling the prioet
-'-yet, during this whule lime, the tener.. the chbir After it wars repotted back .(7,7s . theDeineeratic ranks,dissatisfied with the course on the American people. ,
of die Set ate,-and e as weleoin.
. el erteorst artd orobliersitave cried tun I to the Senate. Air. Smith moved that ,1 b 11) ig 1 d I, 1. plot. embodied in the Stale Messege t perpued by the Governor, but we thitik after And where was the man who. at ,y )
1 A '',' ' e y ou am contine e tiering, upon w itch
z e rote 1 Iris very true rhitt they fieve h
eteresolution -be re fet red to the corn- he riddressed the treating iii en diluent and pa.. Abell endeavor to prove that in tripper .matiare reflection, that his course wait the only ibis time, would have predicted that. - i's:,e
, t 'i -done all in theer pm" er to produces ruin to Ale on -finance. whim, lifter eome trimie speech r I
o. near.), an hour ita length -re.. hug thoee prineiples, there ilg 1.10 WWI- jturt rind safe one for the good of the State. 1,. a ,
a , i Beery Clay would one day be number.-
tity qercettraiging the meet exravagaut ennversntinn between Alessi... Smith, verting with much feeling to farmer times,vi lien- a we ney; end hitt wo are acting in ace VVe therefore rejoice st tbe unanimity ()Hie De- ed among thoee men that sold them- - ',
he smod side by pule with the pioneera of Ohio'
. , .--cleirte-of -slated end iudividea's. -ji le Spot g'e, mid Nosh, wos egreed to. cot datice to the long eetabliched pin- mncracy of Ohio, and hope that his renominas miens for gold 1 .
, 'in the.deatily Wife with a savage fire -etantrast.
Arue,Iiiiit erl the ddlicultiem vie- now ex, Mit l'.'"IIII 'trered a re"luilaa, In ing the simation of our elate then with what il ciplee of :lie democratic party.
lion may be unanimous. Thope that aro not for The U. S. Bank and the Federal par
- t tportence,'hove giowit out el their Kiln- etruetion, the Penitentiary committee to is new -her rapid adeaneemeet iti wea:tb,oep. Ate t ot the wings in making preen.
ne are apeinst us, a few politicians tlazit have tv, as if in mockery of all that was '''t':,
; inquire into,4 nntt report the facts rela ;dation. and importance recounting his perms,' ',knit to principles recommended in the
!,,a , --ourepolityyet,. with ell their sins end been foiled in their prop reds 8 the' Picot and good a
p , may try to ap ., i t , r
ad just tempted him ; 1,11
the mite of deinocra,y, and . hie strong and r ,,
''falsehoods on their betide, they !vivo .iyi. to the ktring recetitly cf one of the in Message, acting directry in contraven
una tenable attaeliment to the principlee of that h I h h 1 h foundation of the Demcratie party of hie and where is bet 'Twill be the hie- ,(.' t,',
'the brazen impruileuce to go before the convicts, by ono of the gua dia.
party. with it !licit he has f, gilt and conquered tion to 1 e viral) es w ic 'ley eve
; Vilson Shannon, at our head, we shall thei lerien'm place to answernot curs. . ,
qeopie, and re-iterate their elate that- NI r.flumphreys ofTeled the following ror the list thirtyfive year4 Ile concluded,and heretofore retebted to polies, end - t
flin our banuer to the breeze, !and will mare! 'Phnugh hemay not go down to hie . ,
Preamble and repolutions, which on mo- act down amid the cheering tif the assembly. promulgete es the fundamentbi doe- , g
',Itive, and-vamp upMeir eltainelees HP- r 1 r I r-ii . ; C I
,Letour readers preserve this article tem of Mr. Smith, It err laid upon the I
rates a d ordaredlo be .1) jilted tv,ien severe. o. our distingnisded ....ow:wizen', trines cia Mel party 1 By 11 reference
Laing cacti upon, addressed the meeting in an
able and effective manner repe dedly ititeriupt
to the last Legielatuure, you
e ill find
onward to victory in t .
he face end front atilt th, mother ear 114
arch devicep and all the wily efforts of there . g Y t Y .
until hie head be bleach- 4, ,...- ,'
ed with re hairs et he is already .,
ilead in the eyes of his countrymen ; :'
puttire limy of facts here exhibited Whereas, the origir a ',S,ates of this ed by the !applause -of the audienee. Tomes them acting together in concert, and who are seeking to dividend ea destroy.
thrown eside arid forgotten even, hy th;) . ,!,,,.
i in the teeth of such-"yard stick" putt-
Uti011 heyure, prior tO the. adeptiou of were drank. and enthusiasm and good feeling voting in oppositien to every question ! ..-
:. i MeADAMIZED ROAD. party who bnught him. u.,ett him, and 1
i t - ticians; as inbult their hiimply end it.. I the Fetlerni Cunstittation, fully expert- characterized the whole proceedings. Tile Vice teriding in the least to Batik relettn.! w
e perceive the citizens of List- ruined him ; and will be left to be fettle. ,
,, Preeident retired rt art early hour and the meet ,
1 is, ',-;telligecce. Ao tne campaign oe tem, tenced the Vile Of II priptr currency, in . . d . -o ,. W here were they found on the 'pee- .
31-; ,, le sow, fairly opened, the field occupied i tended in provide against the pose b'e mg dieperse , highly gratified with the oportu
nity there enjoyed of greeting. in the capitol ef (160 relating to the gradual suppresoion risen comity are endeavoring their et. ered to hit Tomb, unhorrored and um. , ,
atom to call the attention of the Lep remembered, pave bv those that share 't
l' t",,: ' ir, tbevcontentling -parties, let us gi, 1,, l recurrence of these evils, and to this alio, one PO justly endeared to the demucracy of Bank totes of a less denomitiation i 1 . .. ne . h. ' RI A f h 1.;b I A "3-
P 1 e attire to me -. .
cessov or granting I is tea 1.- man or w om, i or y
work' irrearnest, end prove, as No have one they expreeely declared in the Con, of the Union. than five dollare; which tended itt a charter, end making en approprietint will never shed a teen , - t.,
. --the-powerto-doohat ear oppanente ore vtitution diet Co gr SP , hould have the Cohlohnsonleft-thecitythis morning, to re. greet meaeure to enlarge the Specie
, . for the oetablishment of a Turnpike. In hie lete letter to the Harrisburg
.:-. the most brazen imposters that ever at. Paaer to vile minleY. regulate the vale sume his duties as President of the Senate. Bettie 1 Were they not in opposition
from the Ohio river, to some conveni- Convention, with the overflowilig ebil
, ' -tempted-to cheat an intelligent people. ue thereof, and of foreign coils; to pro- Though appronching the'sere and yeliewleaf to it, wittout a sittgle exception 1
ent point on the Ohio canel. We art utions of a seared conscience, the '''
it oring under the ntr"I. W.' Where were they, when the queelion
... Let tallow -them 'promptly and fait ly, vide for the pumehment of counterteit. and eatdentlY I b
wounds received in them fierce border conflicts gled to Flee that our neiahhore bye te. withering lamentations of a misspent s. .
-- aud we shall drive thent from the field ng the securities and current VOID of in which he was st tit
so is iguislied an actor, he came up to permit Think Commission,.
ken hold of the weer in good earnest: life, and the racking pingo of remorse, ,; , -I
of controversy, without a .patch left the United States; also expressly de- , appears vigereus, and prepared to enter upon ere, to examille the affairs of all Minket .. . ,
it le tne only wey to obtain such an im- he relit; the party who corrupted him. to se; '
.7 -sticking to their black boulder& tet claired that no Sate should coin money, bis official duties with his accustomed energy They were as before, in the opposition;
'me meet fraud falsehood and ranting vi- emit bills of creme eremite any thing mud zeal. Ile visited both. Houses of the Gen. melts(' bene.fit to th.
and inve uniformly end consistently op s t .,, .
le portion of the ferget him, and Ietelect ONE more
II th t worthy of their cotifid " What
b eral Assembly, during thew SPOSSOO yesterdsy t, , party 0,1 all t-te ir- rerseverance, is ri a IF
-olence at the threshold, and beat back excepegold and silver coin a tender in w, 0,ited ar,,, by the Governor and h P
ot er obed the Democra e
wanted to pin the demired object; anti leteon I . 4 ,
r --its federal orators with the weapons of paymen,t of -debut; And whereas, not. pubtie officerrennd this morning lett in the stage rele"iing in talatina le a gradual cure .
we hope the citizen,' of rifuscarawas His life however, will be all a beacon , . 1
,, t,tcuth,reason and united action. withatandinr, these 1.1 in, indiepensable
t3 for Vashinton. . tailmetat of en exceed; of Bank iSettee
I will furnish their share of this material; light to warn there of our countrymen, ' ;
and positive erovistons in the Corlett- We are gratified to kern by the tone '01.01tr ' and the Memos of the specie babis, for
. 1 that they will he alive to their proper never to shandon those prineipies which 1
.4) 11 1 0 I, E GI SI, A T -U It E. mien, and the menifebt object of, and elahanAa.papers, and the resolutions adopted in , the purpose of attaining a mote stable 1
democratic conventrons throghuut the state, that ' d p . pollee of duly and intereet, by throw- keepe a nation flee, and the world in
. . - .... necessity for them, yet-the people and , yien um rem currency. I
the Democrecy of Ohio, ere as enthusiasticall ing in their mite, towards unitieg the 11Wee ,
... From the Oliie 'Statesman. the government of this Union have ever I
las ever devoted.to Van Buren anti Johlison Vat i Has not the Democratic party been 1 ,
SENATE. been exposed to, and et this time areletrong and popular tieket which waster triumph strenuouely contending for yeers, tor "fl great erteries of the State, by a POW 1,0.Toe rimier, may see
mare and permatmot road. what they pleatie -about times not being
, , Tereetr, Dec. 20, lea euffsring m the highatit degree the evils! rliMY sustained in the formee campaign. Sonie the adoptu n of all Mope menaures- , l
,, 'rho immense atnount of travel ing, bard, one thing is Pertain. and that i4
,I prov won I are dipposed to keep -beck the mimed Richael ,
'Petitions PresentedBv Mr..Hoot ege'net which these silo Those, and the Independent l'ietteury !
' M. Johnson, leaving his re-nomination to be ilia i t. and the over abundant eel', renders it concltarivo evidence to the contrary; ''',
,of citizens grittier; cou IN for the Op: were intended to protect them; And'spts of future chancel", bet we are well cons i 91"t were the principleee which the
neceesary. that there ehould be a 'Finn. we don't tee env fowl,. in these quarters.
- nintmsat of Cominiesioners to lav out a .wr'ereas' The ellehliehment ef the Aria vinced that no man in the United Steno', can re! deniocratic party supeo.ted, and trium-; . r
ill4 oleo a memerialot Letfis Curtie,and second Banks of the Coiled brutes, ceive so erroug and overwhelming a vote for ' pike extendin throu h thin part et' the
phed item the election of Gee Shannon; , g g Prelim le, t month e e ve not Feert liWing
' MG Matthewe,-4 of citizens -of the-receipt of 'their note., to aloe The , Viterreeident,as the TRUZ11" cd'IlleThb"1".' and now if the hip dare say they can State, in order that the farmer can get A
et. cieeture ; not e'en I goose, i r any .
i ri 10; his produce to a good market. at ell thing late 8 goose, with the melee& , ',-,,
e counlyttaf an amendment of thel
'notes of 'State Banks es mcnitetd and tie well convined thnt minor elnime will he t h
euppor sue prince) Pt4 ell meet, wi ! 0
In withdrawn and that Martin Van Buren and 11. ' enema' of the year, end the merchant ore Whig edttor who now end then may
kreveot immoral praerieee. By payment of the public due', and the de. their opposition to the mime in by gone
M. Johnson, win be the rallying cry of the År I be enebidd to hring hie mercliandiee. be Peen wending his way tower& Do- '
'Ili, a memorial from Jacob Uh,.1 poste) by the government of its whole year'', rearing them directly in the lace,: .
0 merican deineeracyl With such a ticket 'one , within the reach of biro eitetomers. ver,'with a jug under hie arm. But it tr:
Itivetiu thus c
acc,ocowou county. By me. t ' es re weed in the custody of d . they are a hisser set of hypocritee,' than
an inseparable,' we can pweep the new-fang. Hail we a Turepike from the Ohio SeeMP a contrediction to eay we saw I ,..
'''''no Of Huron county, for these batik" an an additional fund for 11 had ever before taken them to be.
led idas et the liarrisburgh convention into 1 River to this place, it would he rimed goose with 8 jug; Po we'll reverse th 1 . t:
Nriee before Justices of their ("fir' and by consequence as en ' MACON.
eg nothingnees with ar. unanimity never before I , to be of ouch en immenae beaefit, as to rote und hone it that ece few a pi wit-1 1, pý
r. Hough, of citizens' additional stimuli's to the increase f
lt e known in the politica history of the enuntry. I al ARK E re.Flour aud W heat, no chenge Poen be extended far into the interior a poem. . No wonder then ' that ther'.4 .' ..
uti Brewa 'minims. their number a d I I
, n o ha expansion of Ohio State Bulletin, for the lest row week'. , : part of Ohm ; ntrt ning at once a thor such a acarcily of fowls, , - :,..,1 . s. ..
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5 DeMocrat ) . JO 'ate tot treetalsolt, oeCikad :4k ii ,60
7ARD. . ) . . ,a tho Bice. '
a al. mattatinOt Aðllatt 1 -
For the Democrat ,-)
Jvfisiti tut traiviatilig, secant& ,GaJ
,a the State. '
Vie shalt revert to thirt outwits evil I
the moon timo, let sit of our citizen.
ere enterprising, in lov or or
InProvements. put their shoulders t.
he wheel end never btop rolling in p
"lions to the Legislicure, until the -
veal Welt is attained. :
07'HENRY CLAIL.,C0 '1
The political legion, of this country .,' ',,
is variegated with a few inetentlell ' i'
where men of talentopho, eller starting ,.?
out in a bright comer of usefulness, s I
have sacrificed their bouor, and Usti, -,;
oirthright, to the demon god money..
Men who have become epostates trenb ill '.
their God and country, to serve Fed, - , .
-eraltem end MammoteAmong the ,
apostatee who have diegreeed the Amer ,'
man escutchon, is the name of the in- '' . 1
dividual at the head of this article. 2 A. i ilKi
mad vim has received a joet reeard, ,, i
for bartering ewer his firet principlesein - ,4,,J, .
being deterted oil the brink . of the .,.;,,,,.,,,,,t, ,,,
grave by the very party, who. apoetaei-, ,''. .. '.t,i
zed him ; end after hi swing away ' ..:, 1.
near. a quarter of a century in upholding , ' -,, ',,,,fl
their anti-Republican ' doctrinee. ,, Bus , ... ,.s
.the way of the transgreesor is bard', . ,
and we doubt not that bad this trims,- ''' fl
greesor his lite to go ()vet egain, he . ' 4, !
would pursue a different,' course; is ,,,,-, 1,.
course that would cause hie neree to he - ., - -,! ,'
enrolled on the Tablet of Pomo ; ' as it '. ,4.. ' I .
is, it will be remembered only, as a. . :''', ,
term or reproach by posterity. 1 -,-,-,"
On his &et entrance.inlo the politick! 0;
arena, no man ever had a brighter ' - ' -
prospect before him i peseseed of an
extraordinary mind, he at once &we've '
ered, which of the two great contending i',' i
parties of the day were goverred . by ';': i'''
true republican principletsprineiples .. ,
laid down by Jefferson and hie follow. I. e,'
era; and principles which, if carried out ' ', 1,'
are the only sure ones, of Perpetuating . rr
' the liberties of a free and happy peo
ple, and transmitting them unsullied. , ,, 1
down to the remote ogee of time.Ile 1 T,
joined that party, and his course'. was . ;, :,
onward, upward ; from a debater in the r ' . ri
Lyceum, he soon became the thunder- .. '
er of eloqnence in the Legistative Hall. , ., ,
. - ,,
Watching with an eagle eye, every at-- .,:' ,
tempt of the Federalists to -thwart and i" 1-,
subvert the will of the people. (A demo.- 4, ' :0''',
cratic Government.) Wherever those- - . .. '
,, . )
advocates of Monarchy, endeavored to , ,
get a foot-hold, Henry Clay wee upon. ..-- ' '' : '';1
'I them; armed es be was, (for a lima. - .i. '"...,,
' I with the American constitution in hie ' i,' 1
right hand, the declaration of Indepens.
donee engraven upon his bea t, and the- a ) )'
Goddess of Liberty hovering over him,
t he dared those foreign emisaries to bats ;I: ''I
Ow and though they often raised their .!IÇ,4.t,
i iro 9n band to strike him to the ground, .
; yet was he always the Conqueror. ;'' A l'
When the United States Bank woe t' 1 's
s'',--. I ss
. about to be rechertered, he 0 sie one,,of i'. ; ,
the first, to warn his countrymen of its . .t 0, '
r ..,,, ,,,,
unconstitutionality ; onq of the first to , tis ,
CO , .
I warn the American people, of the dans. ,',,;',
, ger there was in arraying a moneyed . s -
,, power, against Liberty. He tuck down ,,', :,', '
the book of Nations and pointed out s
' , s
Y every page, where the power of wealth' . ?.,', . '
bad arrayed itself alpinist the liberties, ,' .
of Man. And in every instance hed ,' ,.
,, subverted those liberties. He called- .,' "' VS
,1' over the names of Patriots and States., .,, .. ,, ,
,,t men, who, in the ardor, of youth hod, 4t,o,, ,
battled for their country,and afterwards , ,
-succumbed to the power of Gold, Anil . ., . ;it
gilded their lives with dishonor. He , ;
hoped to God that there never might. ' '414 i
f" be buch men in this countrythat there ''
11' never might be such a curse inflicted
" on the American people. , ,, . ,
er And where wits the man who. at ,..'',,' )
.1 Ibis time, would have predicted that. - i';.
1,:, , ,
Henry Clay would one day he number.
'e ed among thesis) men that sold them- - ;,
ft selves for gold I . ,
lb( The U. S. Bank and the Federal par ', ,
ve t79 es if in mockery of all that sas '"'''' .'''
lie west, and good, and just, tempted him ;-. ' ,,,It;
r ' ..,
Iv and where is he II 'Twill be the hie- X tNir
lel torien'm place to answernot cure '',-: '
rci Thnugh hemay not go down to hes I-I '!..;'
ti mother earth, until hie head be bleach. t's ,.: .-,y0,,
ed wills grey hairs, yet he is already i-J, ',' ,
'lead in the eyes of his countrymen ; '".",' .Its
thrown riaide and forgotten even, hy th;3 . ., -,V:,
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party who bnught him. ie,ed him, and
cr. ruined him ; and will be left to be galls. r
tes ered to his Tomb. unhouored and tuts -',IY, ii
Dg, remembered, pave by those that share i' i
g I his wealth.- A man for whom,' Liberty ',';-' i,
lel will never shed a tent . ' .4
ke. In hie lete letter to the Harrisburg ' nt
.ni. Convention, with the overflowing ebil
ars utions of a seared conscience, the - '; , ',,,,,
to- withering lamentations of a misspent '.; ,l,
est: life, and the racking pingo of remoree, , ...1.!
im- he tells the party who corrupted him. to st.' .
ills ferget him, end "tested ONE more ' '
t is worthy of their confidence." Whet a
yeen: letlitwitsl hire hoWever, will be se a beacon .. I . ,
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rial; light to warn thereof nut countrymen, '.., '
per never to abandon those prineipies which ,
sw- keepe a nation free, and the world in .
the aWee . ,
'Y 8 FOW 140.--Tne replies may see .,til.
what they pleneeabout times not being
ing, hard, one thing is certain. end that i 4
"4 il coneltative evidence to the contrary; . w'
inn- we don't see nnv fowl,. in these quarters. , I
llw Pottle( let month e e've not ettert towing ' ,
ed eteeture ; not even a goose, , r any
'bent:: thing late a geese, with the exceptes , .''''': 4.,,
ore Whig editor who now end then may
din. be Peen wending his way tower& Ds- ,,
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