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, FrOM Ale Under'. Messenteros:., f:
, TUE UINSTREI1..
- ' St It Ile 4tAtINItålle :
The minstrel's bend o'er tbe trembling strings
Of his plaintive harp ismsseeing,
And the gushin; forth of unseard springs,
le traced in his illent
The tears flow fast o'er bit' palet pale cheek,
The' no words his lips have spoken,-
Oli tongue, and thelip, need novel speak
' To say, that heart is broken. -
To no fond eat doth be breathi his tong, ,
For his notes are sadly swelling; t
And there beats Willeartin,thiti worittix oboaa
,,...,l'Isss.vvount sigh for the tale he s tellingh
And fainter, flilutbI, now they rises
Like the sounftiof water failing
In its pebbly bed; where echo lien
- In wailtfot itp silvery calling. -
' His last lone lay to the summer moon
Was sung int strain of sadness,
For its joyous notes bad leaned too SOON
To lose theit tones of gladness. ,
The morning brokife-but the minstrel slept,
With the silent harp beside him,
Death, brought the gin for which he wept,
The peace that the world denied him.
THE CAUSE OF TEMPEANCE.
To the Editors of the Political Press throughout
the United States, '
Ballston Center, July 4, 1840.
The right of franchise is among our most im
portant right& BM it can only be safely exer
cised by a sober and moral people; whatever
tends-to corrupt thou who exercise this right,
tends to the immediate abridgement four pros
penty, and remotely to the overthrow of-our
That 'house of intoxicating liquore occasione
three fourths of Mir 1601 taxes, makes seven
eights of our crimieals and paupers. and sends
prematurely to the grava, tine third of our male
adult population, and a greater proportion of
our &male population than is generally suspect
ed; that it keeps up an army of drunkards from
three to five hundred thousand, the members of
- which are so maný leeches on the body politic,
diminiahing the wealth of the nation from a hun
died and filly milieus of dollars annually, are,
to the statesman as wellati the moralist, startling
factst and yet inldespite .of these frets, every
returning elecdon brings 'along with it fresh
temptation to the use adieu-time:a.' -'
Besides the. priatice or treating electors on
election dayeilbe,eummittee rooms of all polite
ice! partlea- In many places, for weeks before
election,. becomis places of resort where the
inebriating cup palm freely from band to hand,
dispenaing alcohol in some ibrm to the numer
one and undarapeetinx guest", And it M to Se'
regretted .that bard older, whether refbrred to
originaily byway of reproach or commenda.
lion, 'Mould have been associeted with log cab
in as tho oymbol.of a political party. Be the
origin and motive tibia symbol what they may,
its existence ie calculated to give to foreigners a'
verrunikvorehle opinion four sobriety. What
impressions(uniess measures are taken to coun
term); it ) iri atich symbol- likely to make- upon'
the mind of Father Mathew, and his millions of'
con en., eopeeially when displayed in the coun
try wit ure the toinperance reformation orignated
- nothing but hard cider should indeed be
dispensed tog cahins ( which ere only anoth
er name for political committee rooms,) the lin.
inedtate evile, itmust be admitted, would probe
bly ea less than the evils produced in other coin
mutes rooms:4101e use of beer and whiskey
and other alcoliolio drinks; Still, however,
there are other and remote evils el every grave
character which should' not be lost sight of.
There is 'danger that the 'adoption of this sym
bol will by limey be construed into au encnin
agement of eiderdrinking: and wherever cider
drinking is enceuraged cider drinkers and ci
der drunkards are the most unreasonable, cross
grained and uniontrolable of the whole class of
alcohol drinkers. Aak any female in our eider
districts (thanks to the teniperance reform, we
have few such distlicts now) in what form they
should most dread 14) have their husbands, sons
and brothers use alcohol drinks, mid they would
tell you with one accord in the form of cider.
The farmers throughout tho cowry have hot,
as has been said, "in their fanatical zeal coal
doWn their orchards t".onthe contrary they 1
bave been increasing diem, not however, ad I
PM, to furnisit 614 to be dratik, but to fur.
riish fruit to be eaten, which recent experience
bu shown to be most nutricious and valeabie
for feeding stock. -
The natural tendency of making the tiommit
tee rooms of the political parties miens for drink
ing aleoholie dnnks, in whatever form, is to
produce a rivalry between said rattier. in the
distribution of such drinks, and the prospect of
the country would be most disheartening shorild
the community at large parteke of this rivalry,
ead the cider and the beer and the whiskey flood,
which has been in some measure sailed! return
s.e.do upfin um Wats itrangth.
The general Use of even eider would create
desire for stronger stimu lentil, and the d ist
would soon be coifed on to rekindle their extin
guished fires, as well us the breweriers in many
a town and hamlet.
If this pramice of making political committee
rooms places of 'resort for partaking of alcohole
T io drinks, either fermented or distilled, cannot
be prevented, f fear that much of which the
temperance refoliahas gained witl be leit, and
that the evils of by gone days will return upon
ur I therefore, as a friend of my country, as
well agile hemanrace, resperafelty invite hien,
quire that iti friondý should teed their influence
foi-the elecutirm of ouch 'men and furtherance
of such in urea as wIll tend t6 earrý forward
the came in which thet are, ,epgagriðo, which
cause istqco d only to the:cause of religion, or
which indeed irforms In important part.! '
Tours,impectrollý, '..- "---,,, . 'k t
' - -i-- LOWMID G. DELkV N
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' float I Georgii rota.
, -';',3 1 , D ALOGUE..:1,'"- - '
'. IltA -,,,--1, , - ,-- - '''''.'" 1- ,-.1-,::- ' ' . 1
by hiMsel reedieg a garrison-Almanac. ,
Ente,., artier, With a load of norm
-.,Tavern eepetI say,,frieno'Ieu've ,
cern for en, ,e-t,:,,,,,----,!, ,.;-,-(. ..:-: ,,.f.',..
,. T K. 'Mel; "ight and let's see arra
can drivel tradeabet do you ask ..for
itI -,;' - - . 1. ,.'1 ' ' - - . 's, -,
IV .Wliy i want the market pride, II
euppoee it is worth about seventy cents,
that's hat I sold at last week. , .,,
.11 KeeperOli, but you know there
has beea ti toe rain since thatII think
corn woik be worth more than filly
cents now. -,, )
P Why, what has the rain' to do
iv ith 'the price of corn?
T K. ' What has rain to do With the
price of corn? l'hat'e a pretty:question I
Why, don't you know, that if we - base
plenty of rain end make good creps,that
corn will be chilspI
.F, Well, there is somethinehOhat;
but yoo gave me a document the other
day, which pccused Van Buren of being
the cause of the rulers f getting low
prices for their ci ps,and now you say,
the rain will mak cornchesp; or may
be you meao that an Buren made it
rain, so that ever ' body could make
corn enough to d them; then, but few
would want to bu , , and of , course At.
woutd be cheap. , , , -
T K, Welt,. 1Vam Buren has
omitted the country But it's the Sub .
Treasury, that ha - reduced prices so
much - , .
P. Well, wasn't there as much bob
Treasury lael week, as there is now ?
Your documents say it has been in prac
tical operation fur three years,- but may
' be the subTreasury made it rein 1 if
it did I will Ro for it.
' T. K. You pin me up too close, 1
'den't think I told you that Von Buren &
the Sub TreasuTy had anything Ate do
ivitb-theiiiica sf provisions. I believe
there was somethmg about the price of
flour, in the document I gave you. ,
F. Ah, then, you don't believe it
yourself, but yen try to make others be.
hove it, by recontmeeding them to read
what others mote bold have maid about
it. Well I kno one thing . bard as ,
amee ate I am ant obliged to sell, and
I'll take tt howl and keep it until next
winter,'and the I kuow I'll get a dollar
a bubhel for it. ,
'-' l'. K. Why an,you must be a fool,
get a dollar a b hel for. it I don't you
know that ever. body hoe gone to work,
and every man in the country is making ,
hie own corn I 1There ain't half as noN
ny buyers as thare used to be, epð-thePe
fine rains make corksso plenty, that
when the new c op canes io, you can'p
40 it at all. -
, r., What dido.1 you tell me the otb.
er day that Cleti, Harrison was sure to ,
be elected. -
T K. To b stile did,but what has
that to do willi le price nf cern I
F. Why, didn't yoli say that when be
wae electedahesfarmer wouid.get a good
price for his podtice, and ain't that the
wrong argument by which youtry to fool
the country people into the ' typal of
T K.. Well, you won't take fifty cis.
for that kid of COM I r. -
P. I befieVe I will try furth'er:.(ezild)
Farmer, tsobis) believe I have been
letting these fel;ciwe make a-fool et me;
I. really had et its think, that Van Ma.
ren and .the SahYteaoury did bring alt.
the evil ou the country.- I must have
been mistaken, hut,' can't even now,
understand it. Let me think a little...
desire for stronger stimulants,and the dist fliers THE REAL - PERO OV THE
. would soon be melted on to rekindle their min THAMES.--The Globe relates the fol
giddied flres, as well us the breweries., in many lowing thrilling -story.
elown and hamlet. , .,. . . 411 , A
"Major Barry, former Post Master
l If this practice of making polit:cal committee ....
Lieueral, and aid to Gov. Shelby at the
rooms places of 'resort for partaking of alcohols
- io drinks, either fermented or distilled, cannot battle of the Thamor4 has Often told OS
. be prevented, fear that much of which the that when -lie irritiliom the rear 10 800
temperance reforinhas gained witl be INA and the body of his friend, Oho COlonel,)
that the evils of by gone days will return upon . -
whom he underetoad to have been killed
ur I tboreforo, as a friend of my country, as .
well agile human race, respectfulty invite hien, . he met the soldiers,bearing hint back to
and specially political editor), of alt parties, to where the reserve WM . stationed,, in a
lend their influence to arrest the progress of this blanket. The blood W80 flowing from
alarming evil. The two millions of converts to ea h c:d. the,drip from tne middle not
total ahstmepca in this country, and the millions -c . .
in other countries, who are expecting from us a off He lookr
being sufficient to carrr It . .
cocsistont !sample in thisgroat question of tour . ed in upon the Colonel, thus literally
al reform, Took to the corps of editors as to len imbedded in his own blood, and hie face
tinels on the watchtowers 'of freedom, and en.
. . , was instantly lighted ilth the smile with
his friends, 411
treat them to raise their monitory voice, and . ,
!sand funk throu.ghout the Union their note of whicn he alwaYe selni.es.
warning against's-pudica fraught with so muck will notdie Hwy cseid thq Colonel) I
evil. 4,, . .1: t. am mightily pit to pieces, blit I think
Alcohol is aliohol in whatever form ft may be mv vitals has4-escaperf.".. His courage,
presented, arida is deemed by the ablest PhYsis mid his love for his friends, ind pritle
mans unnecessary, and oven Wilful to men th . .
health. Let the political prese of both parties in having performed his duty, beamed
declare this truth. 'and very seon there will be from his countenance, having vanquish
- nO need Of papora devoted exclusianly to die ed the angulib of his tarn.feet and bands
temperance lames, which must with such en and tbe wounds through hie body. What
aid soon become triumphant.. In what ivay must, be hispleasures Dow, when his
' COO the preu accomplish, so much in behalf of
our country and die human race I ' Countrymen shover their applause. op
Temp.stince is And ought to be kept distinct en-bitnt end an 11114" and big. Pain.8
, f.om poi.: -'1 tiowever consistency to-. am Ovfr.! . -
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- VERUONT COMING;- . -, '
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"Tot euns5 or Mt PEOrtir.-. -
;" The folktivini is thekrospectui Lyon- fought with Lis claims upen ,
. the gratines Ohio demon and Mat.
new paper just oared at yoodelock, in
(If a thew
his wrists and '
the GreerkSlountata -State,' be Mr. G. -.. ,th th 1 I
Gaastman, to be called 'the "Pulse of f As itr
1 y dial, Rod .hao onoutir atreamar jag oier you, 1
a y ,,Ill, Will to do, or Ma. .
the People. ,I,t. ,iiisit :efequent appeal .-, i ',,,,
ti.ihe democrepy. ''' ,::,..:f. "r: .. - . - . ...i.isi From the New Era.
i-r-,ight present politigarionieet is one . A t.aitat,nan.,The ft - b.
a Anon ta ich
,of the utranet moment to those who , fa.. the British Whip of a sudden have pro
'iretr, the principlei-ofThomee Jetreraon reseed tor Col. It. M. Johnaon natu..
as epposed-iir-lheae of John' Adam' s, rallyMakes nal inquire h '
into I e motive,
Never eirtnejlai days of thoee two men -.ad .11 d -
. , a t mg so, we are reminded of &
have the two -greet- politicalpirties met per,r,ott instance of affectionate regard:
ON Tar; oLtiztAtng,,, FIELD l'ig od foal) said to Amami, art Mod'
OF498, and.. Darer; since their'. diesire. beabh, my brother I And Josh took
trees defeat én that field till nowsi bees rnteeea by the beard with the right band
the old Fedealiste rattled with a teal able-higot bim; - .. ,, -. --- -- -. - -
learmOind tt determination so desper0,1 ."But Armless took no heed to the
to.' The hope that the too sonfidepf sword that was in Josh's hand; so he
thamocracy may not take their- former Lemma him therewith in the fiflh ets.'
advantageous position, the . koowledie r . We hold, that whilst the "Whip'
that.many of the old veterans, who' on thought they could mike capital by a.
that 'day dashed atnong their ranks, -and huallig hie character, they did so; but
hung on their broken rear like the a. the Moment that they found the tables
vengieg angel.are now no more; the still ..were being turned upon them, they
remainining marks of the former des. ateared about end sought to damn bim
truction,all combined to Meigorate their with faint praise, and, as usual, desired
c011epeed muscles, stir up their fallen credit for their magnanimity,' but their
courage, and add an insanity and rock. former lovieg kindness has not been
lessnees to their desperation truly sp. lost on Col, Johnson, for well be knows
palling. The living advocates of John that thoee .
Adams, his alien and sedition laws, his 'Whe'etab Ins name would stab his person too.
standing army,Oidedly the last war 101 He ii a man ot toe much spirit to be I
ries, are flocking like the locust's of
,onialed by their Whig syllabub and eam
Egypt to the standard of Gen. HarItaana' ty professions of regard, and too much
Daniel Webster. an .advotate of the': shrewdness to be made a tool of by the
Hartford Convention, Jame& Neal); a Whigoto plaister a deorepid old man.
tupporter of the-members of that come We would call thi I t
s as attempt & weak
tion of nreastinable conapiraters,', are T. - f h
,-,. . liteestion o I a enemy, for .. - .
imported into the state to aroubti'! h
,,(1,-- - ..:-:; INiiat Jewel never bad inherent worth.
ecattered squadrons of she straggling d
',..'liV.441 abit'd awn toils as these to set it lib.
army to battle; Charles Adams, who ae- - it
Mated to burn Thomas Jefferson in et. 'AN LXTRACT from a epeech &lie.,
figy, Motes Wong, who ran on the ei4pisi'l CtIndteas In favor of the in
Federal ticket against Jonas Galuaha, - de ndent Treasury Bill, by the Hon.
Haman J. lien and Charles Marsh the . Jelb Hastinge.of (Nook warm heart
persecutors of Wm, Upham, E, Pi Wal ed 4on of the Emerald Isle, but for
ton, James Bell, all old Federalists and - wary years a reaideet of this coun
members of Washington Benevolent So
tryand now a Democrat (as all true
citifies, are on the ground, already, trirbmen are) from Ohio.
. straining atery tuned(' to elect an old "SW I am a native of the 'Green false
Federaliet to tbe Presidential chair. of the Ocean' Messed by heaven and
Old,Republicaos of Verinontl It you cureed by manand I am proud of it, of
have cue ',perk of your former fire left, Inuit, Jul of green fields and flowers, of
you wdl rally. as you did ia the days of brae hearts arid mom hands. 1 knew
Galuehe; in this. great 'ad loomenteoue tact et the oppreeeionkthat havo,,bega.
r contee4 Young men of the Mountain exercised upon themTor the last seveh
' State! If you have one drop hundred yeareexercieed upon them
of the blood of your fathers in through the same spirit and policy that
your voice, you will rally iii defence of have inflicted upon the U., States . the
the Constitutionrally in defence of monopoly end exclusive privilege eye.
your own unsullied honorrally to de. tem, misnsmed the &credit system'
feat the ascendancy of those same men credit syetein indeed I It le the eery
who persecuted Matthew Lyon, Mr, opposite of credit, for the whole cafe
Haswell, and McDonough, who burnt 'ogee of slavish circumetances st bee
Jefferson and Madison in effigy, who involved us in are diecredituble to a free
celebrated with badges, with bonfires people. Has it not made es eubservi.
and illuminations, the reveraes of our eet to Brilaint to Britieh Policy, to Nit-.
gallant army; who drove with clubs, our ieh intermits, through the United "States
worn and wearied soldiers from the Bank, through our stocks, through our
common town pump; and would not ah- corporations, through our monopolies,
tow them a cup of cold water; who vo- queues' our very society engendered &
ted in our legislature not to return promoted by hereelfl It hi, eir, very,
hanke to Almighty God for the success very far from the truth, that a metallic
of our army, who,hke John Davie,cheer currency, that wing electioneering gull..
id in the public atreets, when the enemy trap, to impose upon plain, well mean.
ourned our capitol, and who. insulted ing people, induces and creates !ow wa
with launts,with reproachee,with groans ges for labor, as respects Ireland at
ind hieses, and yells, that would have least, which I will show beyond centre.
ihamed the wild beasts of the forest, et,. verey. But in so doing I must nicer so
try man who dared to speak, or bare his Ireland's halcyon daye, comparativety
irrn in defence of our common country. halcyon I tnean, for halcyon days that
"The man Harrison is nobody. It ie fair Isle has never seen since ehe came
of no sort of moment in this contest, under the British dynatty. ,
whether General Harrison is the bravest But ea I was pitying or, that was the
, warrtor or the ineaneet coward that ever proeperous day of Ireland, when work
graced or disgraced the pages of his- ing people svere paid in NOTHING
tory. Let the man alone. His PRIN. BuT Gow AN Li SILVER. nev--
dimes I HIS PRINCIPLES! I It la er eaw rt Banit Nets at that time.
sulicient tor the old Republicans te When persona wotild go into the recline
' know that he ie the candidate of the old when cloth merchants were paying the
Federalists. not is sufficient, one weavers for their webe, he would see
' granting to the Federaliets ell they the tables covered with piles cif gold, &
' elaim for him se a man, strike home silver. I epeak from experience, for
upon his PRINCIPLES I Rally I Ral that was the business I learnedto buy
' ly in the name of all that you can hope linen and get it bleached A-workers of ail
' or have dreamed of the future glory of descriptions were paid nothing but ape
' our democratic institutionsRally in cienothing else wee seen or thought
, the name of your lab and respect for aiming them, and Ireland never pros
' those patriots tied sages who adopted it pered better- No, eir,. it la all non--
1 in spite of the opposition of Hamilton, sense talking about the presence of bard
' John Alamo and their co-laborere I money causing cheap tabor and poverty
' Rally in the name of your veneration tor and pauperism.
1 those men who defended it from their The Bank of Ireland had not then
I continued and deadly aseaulte I Rally been established. But when I . visited
I in the name of all public order, peace, Ireland some veers afier my arrival here,
I and morality I Rally and save tbe con- the scene was changedfilly Banks
stitutiod from destruction,and the coml. dashindaway, upwards of twenty mill
try from a second Reign of Terror. lionsof paper dollars in circulation, de.
I Old-Republicans I do you hear I From preeiated of course, guineas 10 per ct.
I Bennington to the linefrom "Old Ty', and wages 20 per cent. at least lower
I to . the Connecticutdo yon bear t than when I loft the country. The PA
' Grasp your arms I Flock I to the Old PER in circulation there at present is
' Republican standard of '98 I It is still ea'd to be about FORTY MILLIONS
I floating, undefacedundimmed. See it! OF DOLLARS.' and.labor is not much
I as it swells out in the strong mountain more than HALF THE RATE it was
I windbrighter than ever, as if to catch during the promierous yeriod of' GOLD
I the age-diromed eye onto old Wen- AND SILVER curreney, still the
I dors I Let every flap of that old and ah I 4 Whigs ;Inert and try to make the labor.
i bow beloved the venerated 6anneropot.'. er believe that gold sod silver is a curse
I ted here and there with the tears of sad that banks ere oeceeeary to our
I Mattheie Lyon and the blood of Wm. proaperity. They are truly neceteary
Deane, be like a. rattling peal of then,. to the gambling epeculator and -metier
I der to rouse You oacemore to its de.- oliet that they may get the lands, hoe.
I fence.' ' - ' .. ees and produce of the country. into
I Proud eyed young Men of the Moon.. weir own hands and then charge their
- lain State I. shoulder . to shoulder, with , own price for them, but they will always
1 the old vetettansehicked and bruised in 'pr'cle bitter curses to tho laborer end
o hundred wen-i.Formi Fora)! rile hunoOt &doe .
, . . .
A PACT OA TWO- 1 didate for the chief magistracy of the -
TM followinieta'tisties will meet the RePubild -
hig sophistry nem' low prices, by Domocriðel "chalgs this horn's
Uch that wily crew are endeavoring to upon the Book minions vibe seek the -
Alm ohm mmomm Mr litairthr and hard elevation of this man to the ,Presiden.l.
Whig sophistry-Isnentl low prices, by
which that Wily.crew are endeavoring to
pocket the votes of our sturdy and hard
, The average price of flour per ban,
rel in Philadelpbia, during ,the preseet
Administratioe, has exceeded t7,00;
during Gen. Jackson's last term. it was
86,16; during his firet term, 85.68, 'du
ring Mr. Adam'aterm it,was 85.14; i'nd
dunng Mv Montne'a last term 85.95.
The following is worth presenting lb
a monument of the manner in which the
banks have been In the babh oreporting
with the welfare of the country. Truly,
it was high time that either the Indepen
dent Treasury or some. other Indepen
dent thing should apply such"' correc
tive to such it wanton and atrocious ex.
mite of outrageous power. ' ' '
"In 1816 the amount ofeurrency wae
till per head of the whole population;.
87 in 11319, 5. in 1E02, 6, in' 1Ft34, 7.in
1833, 8in 1937, & $10 in January 1839
"In 1E33.9,,the amount O. paper and
specie in eiroillation, was over seventy
millions of dollars; in 1829,1eas than furs
ty-eight millions. In lt333, the bank,
circulation was sixtyfive millinne; in'
1834, ninely.four millions, and in Jan.
uary 1837, no less than 011 hundred and
In 1831a carpenter's wages was sin,'
50 per diem, and flour 85,75 per barrel;
in 1EP37, hie wages 81,75 and flour $9,
75 oil barrel. Thus in 1834, he could
earn more than a barrel and a half of,
flour every Week, and in 18:37, very lit.
tle more than ii barrel, though receiting
a higher nominal amount of mem and
when the Whige go flailing for votes,
one of the most alluring baits is the pre'
ent low rates of wages; but their delu-I
sive boa destructive tackle will be pret
ty well known before the fishing , time
arrives.( Williamsburg Democrat.
Mt VAN BUREN.
The oppoeition papers, in remarking
OD Mr Vika Buren'," &manor, say - that
he appears es cool and quiet as a , glim
mer morning; and why ehould be tot I
Self pOised end belt possearied. and-sat.
isfied of hie own integrity and faithful.
nese. public favor or its withdrawal can
araitocis.elaýat a, or tdepresa.,
though not tlie occlipaut cif a log- cello.
or particularly attached to bard cider,be
is of pure, simple and Republican man.
nem. Sprung from the peopl.. and ele.
vated by them,he can preside over them
or mingle with them with the same dig
nified simplicityand in the White
House at Washington. or in tbe hum
blest cabin of any of hie fellow citizene.
there is the same absence of. pride or
assumption. Subscribing es he does
to the Republidan maxim, that the voice
of the majority should he calmly
awaits tbe decision, prepkred to say,
whether Ifa Potable .ticlverse'01ox
From tile-Mown irernen Banner.
IS RE AN ABOLI TIONIST? ...-
We give below an extract from Gen.
Mum's speech at Cheviot, Ohio, July I
183.3. What abolitionist ever went far
ther? Tax the people to raise money to
boy niggers Democratal"charge
this home" upon the cider-suckers and
dare them to a denial. We have the
speech from which we make the eltilliet:
l'Should I be asked if there is no way
by which the General Government can
aid the cause of emancipation, 1 ans War,
that it has longlieen an object near my
heart; to see tho whole of its surplus
reveneue appropriated to that object.
With the sanction of the steles bold
ing the slaves; there appears to me to
be no constitutional objection to its be.
ing thus applied, embracing not only the,
colonization of those that may be oth.
erwise freed, but the purchase of thi
freedomot others. By a zealous pros.
ecution of a plan formed upon that basis,
we might look forward to a day,, bet far
distant,. when e North-Amerman-eon.
would not look .dowri on a slave4?
HARRISON ON ABOLITLON
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' "At the ago of 18 I became a manber
of an abolition society, established at ,
Richmond,- Va."411arrison's lett lel
the rople of Balaton- county, 0 to,
oln Iwo interviews we had with O n,
Harrison on thissubjeet, (Aboliti o)
about two months since he was at pa ns
tO MUM us, that he had himself bd -
ed to an abolition society, in Rohm d
Vs. He -did not hesitate about e
phrase; he did not use ddy other. 'Alt.
ohtion Society'. seemed' the only name
which he knew or cared to know."
IIIou ask me whether I am newer
ever have been, a member of an Aboli.
, P5LUME 1. NUMBER 51. . -
From the Louisville Advertiser , -
PROOF OF', GENERAL ' HARR!,
SON BEING A BLACK COOKADIt -
We havejust received from Lexinr" -
ton the following important correspon,.
Capt. John Fowler is welt innw to t-
every prominent mao in RentuckyAnd
his word will -notbvlueofteaA140.4nyt ---,
part of the West. A veteran in. ths
cense of Jefferaclnion principlesrnoir
far advanced in life...and having no ob
ject in view save the prosperity tied fu4, .
lure happinos this countryCapti
Fowler comes forward to establish an '
important truththe Federalism of Hard :
iison, and the ' that' he wore the -
Black Cockade during the ureign ot
terror" through the fierce contest of
1799 and 1800, when Democrats were
battling agiiinst the memorable Med
and Sedition Laws of Old John Adams
and strugghng to preireut a war with -
France! a nation that magnanimously
F assibled us iD the achievement tit out '
Independence. - '
Capt Fowler's statement, end the
faIldevit ofJudge Price, are gorrobors,
tted by the real pooch of Gen. Harrition,
'delivered in 1826, in reply.to Mr Ran-,
flolph. Harrison, when in the inevenes
4of Randolph, confeeed hie frlendship for -
the Black -Cockade Adatieistratton -
--a fact his .triends,endeavored to con.,
ceal, by forging a speeeh for him, which
is put of the biography of Baraboo,
by Todd and Drake. which the Gene-,
ral had the hardihood to enclave. '
LOXISOTON9 JUDO 27, IMO;
Dear air: In answer to yours leiter
of this date, I visit sky that was in
Cengrees, ps a member, duribg the
great struggle betwen Jefferson ind
Adams, and )thow the fact tbat' Wils
Hem Henry Harrison, then delegate
from the North Western Tertitary, was
npod the side of Mr; Adams. (He was.
4 federalist and 'rVortr,the', Cock..
adm. I do not recolleit his spoimit up-,
nn the reduction -of. the,..Ernited Stowe
Atmy, 1, bsiir:d Bit eta 0' r's
1 tort in which hitt speech ippearri age:
lest the redncing the army. My beaith ,
will not enable me to answer mire ruk
ly with regard to the 1.2(411,11g scenes
tif that memorable period of our hiatory.
Respectfully, your besible servant. ,
Cat. Marty Darott. -
In corroboration of Illt. Fowler's '
testimony, we have from the Ohio pa
pers, the following 'affidavit al Robert
Price, Esq., a bigbly respectable chi.
tens of Trumbull county, in that State
formerly a Judge efthe county court,
and a man extensively known throne'
sod that bank; are oeeessaty to our tiOn 80601. I answer decibisoly, 1 were all ihspo-eed of within a week afici
prosperity, They are truly necessary NO.''Harrieon's letter to Om Owen oryival there, with the 'exception' dime' :-. ,.,
to the gambling speculator and monop- of North Carolina 1840 1 , , -.lot, two, who were toplesoutea Its being' . , .
olist that, they may get the lands, bow. 46Wwappsal to every bonsai man to
ses and produce of tha country into
shill yfith his ludignation such misera-: a rill" deniaged- ' ' '''' . '''' '' -' ' ' ' : '
tneir own hands and then charge their , hie triakery and faleehood. as Ibis! 411ereits the bannisters, where's the ' '
own price for them, but they will always , Not only se Miriam' . wnd 'hoeing stairs l'' as the drunken Allow 'said, ',
pi'osa bitter curses to tho laborer and party, but the countryitsall. la disgra- whew he Willis ay round the bodzetti, . -
bonotit dealer," cod toy ouch conduct as thief In a caw. in the did, ':, , ,-.. .. , ,:. , , , -, ,
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Erie County, sr Before me Feder- -
ick P. Stephens, one of theiudgem of -
the court of Common Pleas of the enure t
ty of Erie, personly sppeared Robert
Price, who, being duly qualiEed, Dan ,
tliat he was 'Atersonally scquainted with fe
William Henry Harrison, the present.
Whig candidate for the office of Presi
dent of the United States, at the lime s, ,
of the great politicitl elltitement whew
the Federal party wore the black cock, ,
ade as a badge of distinction. That he
frequently saw himoiend heard him con! '
verse on political matters st that time,
and that he knows hini to have been .
member of the Federal party at that t
timeHAS FUEQUENTL Y SEEN
W EIR THE BLACK COCK.
ADE BADGE OP FEDERALISM
ATTACHEP TO HIS RAT,.and
thatfrbe distinctly. remembers hearing
him ebaerve, in en argument in favor ,
sedititin law, in presence of Char!
tee rember104 'end ' others, that , '
thought hive" proinibuthortosidlot
e nd bends tba Deparimen and memo
bete of Constesev TO HAVE A.
THEMi'TIIAT THEY , SLIOULD : '.; ,
NOT BE.. At, ,M011111 OF ,
EVERY BLACKGAURD TI1AT
And further deponent halal not. ,
ROBERT ' ' '-
Affirmed to and subacribere before -
tne the 20th day ofiune. in the Tear of
our Loid 1940. . -
FREDERICK STEPHENS.; . 4 '
Do TOU HEAD, unt'T Lanigs-tè-The
N. Y. Mercury suttee that the steep; ,
boat New , England lately arrived ' si ' '
C4leeztio. with Elly 'single -
sasoned ages, moil of whom were
;good' order and well tonditiorted; -
, They wire ,clotined for the Rock
Rivet market; and we learn that they', :
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