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THE MONEY POWER IN THE FIELD,
- the POWER of IN 90ReortATED tV1A LTD
, - AGAINST THE SUFFRAGES OF THE
, PEOPLE.--PROOFS,ALARMING Proofs,
from the RECORDS. , , ,
olThe day for REASON has gone by.1
t .: ,,
. ' Mr. Ulay's speech at Baltimore. '
t "The people must be convinced by their Sof
ferings.7 - ,U. a (Bank.) Gazette.
'. Tothe end, oalril observer apolitical events,
7 the fulfilment 'of the above sentiments' on the
part ofothe Warms of the Federal party hu been
Beim, in their every act a incelhe opening or the
political 'campaign. "The day for reltdOrt has
. gone by," says Mr. Clay,---and forthwith a eat.
, dictate fur the Presidency is ensconced behind a
, confidential committee, no declarations to be
made "for the park eye,"--the reason, the de
liberate judgment of a virtuous and intelligent
people made.' scoff, a mockery and a jest, arid
' , their passions, , instead of the more ennobling
. attributes, appealed to by the "moral emblems"
(as Mr. Ewing calls therm) of 61,0g coline,r,
'-' - "Hard Cider,"Cuon Skins,' and all the other et
cetera or federal humbugs.. But the sentiment
of Mr,Olay has another significatioth-- and yet
, it it had not, how unspeakably does it demeak
,.,, and debase 'one arounthwhose nem bas been
' gatheredlomething of Went and fame, and
' who has been elevated to a seat in the greatest
1 a body on earth. - But when to a contempt for the
' int.til,figence and integrity of his countrymen is
',,,i suptmakked the proclamation that they are so
lekUraltri'e principles of virtue end the spirit a
' their sires, as to yield to the open dictation of
corporate wealthe-and barter their liberties to
Pau a muumuu ut.tut groin euerni vote, All MMUS" ,
pamper their avarice; it presents only in such a in 1839, the whole Democratic ticket trim- I
I the New York Evening Post be correct, some it
tt.t1Phe fellOwing se Col. Holmes' AM
eklumniator of American freemen. "a mark f
Or A a t er of these funds kre contributed bv English at It
r'',y"' --- - - ---, --------- --4 - ---- - in toziu me wnoie Democratic ticket trium 1 g he Wileymg to Col. Holmes' AI li
celumniator of American freemen, "a mark for anat. ' Appeal to the "sufferings of tire eo:II1-1-th-e-ge.
(ends ire contributed by English stock ..,i . , ,
morn to point its slow unmoving finger at." , I .1 o P holders. . The letter from a commercial house '11 It nt 1'1" -
d where he ii known ia
il F d d
p e, cry re e s., an down go the screws
. Put together these two important disclosures of the Norwalk Bank. , In April, 1839, tha in Lendon, states ripen the authority, of "a pro liken as soon as his oath. He ' was
of Mr. Clay, and his client, the Bank, and how Bank had about $2 80 in circulation to $1 in minent American' -Merchant," (a decided oppo I sly a inember ot the Ohio State Sen.
do they read1-.11Phe day for reason has gone specie, yet, from that date to July, 1840, it con nent of Mr. Van Buren,) "that persons in this 40(fa, and all who know him can tbstify
by..the people must be convinced by their Set' blotted" one hundred and eizty thousand and coundtry interested in American securities have k N
alrea y contributed end forwarded t.e America,
Atft be is an upright, b ' bl -
onera e man,
forings."'. The money power must be brought fifteen dollars II-reduced its specie $52,838
a lar e amount of 'none to be erred an the com s d 4 Man of truth.
into4be fielch-corporate ar.d individual wealth and stands now with a circulation of less than i .11 I Y -
0 g e ection, in aid of the party optioned to Pros ,, ;PATE OF OHIO, so
inust be arrayed against the principles of the peo two to one. . ' i
' ident Van Buren and that a much larger tie '4 . la ,
ple, by paralyzing their interests, reducing their 1 In Cuyahoga the reduction of the Federal I ' - ii, ARRISoN COUNTY, ,
mount will follow it it can be used witheffect '
prices, crippling their labor and in every perish, Vote was 136,-the contraction of the Banks i 1 ' ,0,a the 21th day of August 1846 be,.
ble mode, effecting their prosperity. When tinft was $302,103. . , . I ' It is by this speeies of machinery, thus per, , s ,
' f te me the subscriber ersonall a
shall be &met say the Federal leaders, the peo. I These Banks were rotten hen they earit..1 haps put in motion, that a, AN hig cabal (the, . ,, , 9, , 9 p. y ,,P
pie will abandon their PrieelPles04flock tO the menced the process, and ire not sound -yet. 1 Whig Executive committee) is to contrq tire Met od Jnifoph Holmes, who lit's;ing 'duly
'standard which'-we may set up, and give to the They have performed their part in the political vete! er the reePle or the IL 19. , !'ssioin deposeth said saysThat while
Banks the' poviret ot the country, until they stale, without affording to the community tile F-XPEN ' , ," 'IN m- ' iå the army under denAlarrison I re
z!..ES Ok .60VL . . r.INIT.1 , ,
shall Make themselves perpetual. . poor consolation that they have in so doing a. 4 Á ' ratedly, heard the General in' alluding
Mr are these the idle declaratións of over. voided the almost moral .portainty of bankrupt. Tire federal R
...darns keep etereotypeu . , , , ..,;,..
lewd end tealow. partizans. They have for cy. - in their papert,, ininsny, imnancen, the d the Federal party using in Substauct
their autherni Senator of the U States; a lea. In Gamma, the votes for President and Gee. A'FROCIOUS LIE t' h '
, ..1 at ,uuder Mr. '
tlie following; !engager, - 'Some cal
derof ths, party; and coo heided editor, the ernor were as follows t ihern cowards andsomeiories;but I be
, . 2330 Van Buren'a ,Admistratation, r ille,,,evt .. , .. . ,
metith piece ef Niaholas Biddle and hie bank, Harrison, ' 3219 " Vance, : hise mere are se good4men 'for thei
. Thoy were ',mitt tool by authority0br the evi.. Van Buren, 1465 Shannon, ' - 1554 pensys of,,,Gosetimni have increaoed .,:.,,, - , , , -, .
duller! el their futfilment, is every where around . - -..... .,. . , I.,
' ' - from Tlitrteen Millions to liirty nine '5ountry welling to the teuvel part,
' na. - In Ohio, his well known that the bank., - , ', 1754 '' ' . ' ' ' 7'78 Millions, Our Bremer:Oa d h Id l'11 t tue l'enlmatic
i Nan he ?LI . Mil 1 carestic
mg institutions have contracted alieir circulation, Being a falling off of nearly 1000 votes in the bear iti' rniud, thertifore the' follotitu 2, til'hot a (non calie himself so .that- he i
fleetly one half since the lai:orApril 1839, and ' Fed. majority. "The day for reason has gone i, .,,. , .. ' Sittue hearted American: AS 'f FOI
as a consequence, the interaetinf the communi by," says Mr. Clay," "appeal to the sufferings :"-"- ' ' ' ''. ''''' '' ' ' ''''
f C ' t I. MVPART I ALWAYS BELONG
ty heve been serionstraffected,--pricee are re. of the people," says Mr. Biddle. The Bank of ' 1st. The expensea o Tovernuien , rtr
duced,..labor is crippleVithileiliose who are Geauga obeyed, arid fiom April, 1839, to July, the year 1S39, instead of; frAttp, nine t
EIETO-THE FEDERAL PARTY.'
daily turning down the, vrews upon the tIsuf. 1840, contracted one hundred and nine thou. 1' ' t '-' $. rs ' ' ' '..1 , JOSEPH HOLMES
,, - . Int .tons, as ma ed. by , -.tha opposition, ,i i,,,L-;.: ,,-,.-, , ,....- ' ., :,... , ' t' :1
ferings" of the people',- are:--brying out egtainst sand, one hundred and seventy-haven dolialis.. wetwool ,4, la wrEeN...st Iwo -4 4-sworn oiskaiimagalionner4 lir 9 Vii 4.1 11 it igl
the ,"iniquitious mvssures of the Admintstra One more, the county a raiiikilloht, vot,i ... r ' 'ill b s tv tit ' ' b r - ' .4
...... MINIIIRRLI stln,PtainNTIT, an Year.0 0 0 l',.014 ,e ere mi.., ,,,
;nay be instructive, perhaps, Wake up the
report, of the banks fronr-Aprit,1 839; to July
1840, as published, and see howtmuCh or a pol
Weal complexions attaches to this process of re
duoing the circulating medium. We make this
contraction, throwing out the Granville and Can
tun Banks,which have a slight increase, amount
to FOUR million,' twenty-three thousand six
hundred and fifty-one dollars. This amount
has been withdrawn by banks situated in twen-,
tr-four counties,.4welve of which are demo-.
cretin in their polities, and twelve whig. The
account stands thus : . - ts,
Contraction in 12 dem counties Sq,338,689 43
, do ini2 whit; , do 1,684,902 25
&mesa in democratic counties 633,727 18
,Being more than balf a ntillion taken from
cirtulation in 12 democratio counties, in order
to convince the peopte thereof, by.their suffer
ings," that they should discard their principles
and place the Banks in power.. Was' it not pol
Pica! t 'Not, why !Nu this contraction resort
ed tot To comply, says Mr. Ewing, with the
law of 1838. That law, so much misrepresent
ed, allowe an issue of ; 'to 1 upon the former
irresponsible principles or banking,ssall above
that did not wind up the banks, but rendered
the stockholders individually liable. Yet it was
not even for this, provided that prohibition had
been penal; for of these banks in democratic
counties, when the proeess of contraction corn
nienced in 1839, the Massillon bank had seven
to one: the Wooster bank five to one, the Lan.
caster bank four, while every other bank in
these twelve counties was below the standard
of the law. The Cincinnatti banks in aggie
gate had but 2, Hamilton, Butler co..the same,
Dayton 1 14 Circleville 2 1-2, Bt. Clairsville
1 3-4, and West Union the sante. It ham been
a wilful,. wanton contraction forpolitical pews
.ses, and the excess of more than kW a million
in twelve dentocraticCounties has been planned
and designed for political abet., ,, ,
But let LIFI turn to the whig counties and see
bow the process of contraction lias been carried
on there. We have given the amount above ati
$1,684,962 .25'; Of this sum or $1,200,549,
.was "contracted" in the counties pf Muskine
- tim, Trumbull, Huron, Cuyahoga, Geauga an''d
Franklin. Why was it neceasery to impose
upon these seven counties, this unequal portion
, of the contractiont Follow us, reader, through
' few figures, and we will open your eyea to fed
.eral calculations and designs. In the caunty ot
, Ross the votes for President in 1836, and Gov.
ornor.in ups, stood as follows , , ,
, , 2515 Vance 2344
Van Buren, ' 1205 Bhannon,2026
f'111. maj ; 610 Do.' 318
Elbowing a reduction in two years of 292 votee
in the federal power, added to this,, in 1839 the
Pentocrats carried their whole county ticket.
The !lank of Chilicothe had on the 1st of April
'1839, about $2 80 in circulation for $1 irr spes
, : ele, len than the lawilut the power was des
, 't parting, and it was necessary to appeal to the
, 'sulferrings of the people," by turning the
OcreWs. From that date up to July 1st, 1840,
, -that Bank has withdrawn from circulation three
, hundred and fifly-four thousand, Afty-teeven dot
',Intuited filly cents, while in the same time the
inatitution has increased its specie five thouiand
three hundred and twenty.Teight dollars:7-8nd
! bas et this time in its Intuits, seventy-three tholi
, riand,lourhundred and tineteen dollars MORE
SHIM I wy. vv4,o raumatuvisla,, Willi SU e0i i0eir r00, .0,0 ii0i 0 II, did not deny it, but on the contrary,
t Sand,lourhundrod and nineteen Milani MORE I And, as Dixon II. Lewis writes to his constitu- , , ,,
' ' ' , m"--------- ,,- ' ', , -- afieeuted to itall tat which I remember
: specie Ahab paper in circulation., Here is a tact 1 ents,,,'-three out of its,nine members are regular t :' as , , . ,
as EN AND , W OIVIEN: MOD ere lice ' well. ,.,,,,, ii . ,,
thatcpeclic tromoet-tongued sit to the political built Abolitionists; and seven of theM are wil- 4 , , o - . . , , . o
'akin of the Bonita upon the country. . WitO is ing to receive, and of course cenaider, discuss N good for
noree7oeane!' Abe outlido 1 . ,
' pot convinooa nom hot the designs ribs' Fed. end decide on Abolition l'etitioht.',--With soot nothing! but, 7,4, goed boiling, 'they ,' MONEY AND WAT$11.--A gen
1 1. . .
' erat'party in passing the "reason"' and appeal., a couriminnent, Alien on the part or Gen. Moro; :mak e, ik nouriehing,dial;it'w omen ore like tleman praising the' .. glreetoeily, of , his
i trig to the: "sufferings"'nf the people? , If any , risotorwith his Nortriern Whigs thus comthit
be more delicate btisb-treen, in which friend,,obsereed, 11)0,111e epent mony
,..,oet4.bitbim go a. 12tile timber in Ile developen ted to ilia Abolitionists; With the whig Execs. LI.- ..' s -...s ' :-:2 2, ' .!.:1' - 1:11 . :... is - 101.1 -7 '," e I
, ineut oi thaand. ,figu,rel,. 714"ëo"m." . bean and pod; insiciti Mintide;., Ate like "orbear,of course h'er time' beeanse.be 'could '', make At tome
" TO yotl luß county 01310..1,w;nsunl in. 1838 PhoOhat gattcliuP or the Whig eloan,t,-;!ic.01.0.111 "!":. 7' reiciaed: t wag. profiitible u'os,of tliea fn. on:ey
They have performed their part in the poliacal
stale, without affording to the community tile
poor consolation that they have in so doing a.
voided the almost moral .cortainty of bankrupt.
In Gamma, the votes for President and GOv,
ernor were as follows z
Harrison , ' 3219 ' Vane 2330
Van Buren, 1465 Shannon, 1554
1754 ' " 776
13eing a falling off of nearly 1000 votes in the
Fed. majority. "The day for reason has gone
by," says Mr. Clay," "appeal to the sufferings
of the people," says Mr. Biddle. The Bank of
Geauga obeyed, aod from April, 1839, to July,
1840, contracted one hundred and nine thou.
sand, one hundred and seventy-beven dosi'm
One more, the county or irlioklio; tilt) votii
in 1836 'and 1838 i
Harrisoni,, , 210 , Vance,
Vali 137528harinun, ' 1672
Fed. majority? 791... , , 337
Being a reduction of ,lipt from the Pod. Mai Ori
ty. ' e'Down with 'the screws," cries Alfred
Kelley and his "log cabin" Bank directors, the
people "must be convinced by their sufferings.'
The Bauk of Columbits on the 1st of April,
1839, had less than two dollars in paper in cir.
culation to one in specie Clinton post notes and
all. Yet, from that time to July,. 1810, they
substracted from Circulation two hundred and
sixty-three thousand, five hundred and forty.
seven dollars 11 The result is that ths Clinto
Bank has now about $1 25 in paper to $1 in
specie, while the Franklin has fourteen thou.
sand, one hundred and forty-two dollarortIORE
SPECIE in its vaults than paper in circulation.
' And yet who has not seen the stockholders and
directors of dies institutions, (with a very few
exceptions,) huzzaing for the "log unite'
preaching up ruin to the country, hypocritical
iy bemoaning the reduction of prices and la'ior,
and attributing atlas a sin to the administration
when they know they have prsduced it them'
selves, to favor the designs of the Ptderal party
and procure a renewal of their own charters.
Freemen of Ohio I the Bank power is in the
geld, armed to the teeth. Their eharters eic-
pirs in '1843, and to get a renewal upon their
own terms they have formed ars alliance with
the Federal party,' in a warfare upon the admin
iitration and Democratic principles. , You havo
seen the declaration of Mr. Clay and Mr. Bid
dle, that "the day for reason has gone hy;". you
ire to Im convinced by your "sufferings," and
coerced to abandon your principtes. The mode
and manner - of fulfillino this declaration we
have here shown you from the record. The
screw is still turning down: you are to be ruled
by money. or you are still to be FREEM EN;
a;td the choice is your own handa till October,
then you must deride it.' "Men' and brethren,
think of these thinks." ,-,
HARRISON, , AND THE ABOLITION
CLAIM OF PETITION, AND EXECU
TIVE COMMITTE. ' r'
EXTRACT."When NVO see Southern men
surrnder the cause of the South at the shrine of
Party, we have much to deplore. I rt3gard Gen.
Harrison u conceding the right of Petition on
the subject of slavery in his Cheviot Speech, in
his Letter to Berrien, and I think ,his, letter KM.
How make an Appropriation for emancipation,
without acknowledging it to be a legitimate sub
ject for Petition and Pebater
Thig position is, irresistibleand the elerinn
of General Harrison would be the immediate
signal for flooding the tables of Congress with
SEPTE.MBER II, 1840
. , .,
. l candidate is the certain 'forerunner to a flood of i ,t ;:, ' ' Fro Til IN Cidis (a) sentinel. 7
MORE PROOF OF HARRISON'S FEDE
. 3174 I Petitions and it storm'of,a0tation, which ist des
2532 tined to jeopardize the triknoanill;'1 if 'ttot'- the, . r t . RALISM. ' -
-.---. stability of the UniOnt ." :., i .,,,..i , 4i:' ,,;:: ' ' rode'. the head of "more evideitceTruth
0 votes One word uponthiraforeaaid Whiaxecutire vt l out," we stated iwo weeks ago, that Col.
Committee. ,, Ile has flooded the co,i.intrv with !Joseph Holmes, formerly a Senator in the Ohil
ith the I-peaches,' Sm., Midst their franks, to ptertiote ' Llislature flout, this. 'State, informed us that
ilbey babe .130,!heard! General Harrison, whilebe was out
suffer the election of the Whig Candidate. '
eesrille lately shingled over North Carolina with thein.Tunder itim in the late war, asMten as three or
nn over They are still at work at Washington; that is ttlAntriimek, petty professing to belong to the
time to say, two of lie 'Committee are,still there,wizii fl.iDERAL partyWe stated fliat the Colonel
) the a- hien Garlan , appointed a Judge In Louisiana, 1 Ws, i 711111,'Or truth one veracitythat the
who is still doing die offices of o Cormnittee,IWIbge. hare dere not. deny it. ' As evidence 'of
id to do
nesvil le instead of the duties of aJudge, end ' Jobb Cii his atanding with Iba-whigs, their organ of last
Clark of New York, the most active member of meek says; olWe do not believe that Holmes
to New the Committee, and tn. avowed ''Abolitionist.1 pver made such an expreesionor that ItIcGon
1 thew It is he, this Abolitionist, wità is,now moat Bo.. artician give any proof the fact."
1' tively attempting to contrel the politic:a br the f.i,,ir sem Mis quotation of the Federal organ of
resident South, and dietating a Persident to ub It' was .':' if;Cadiz it will be seen Abet Col. Holme's
' ,, but the other evening, that (es aTrefO'imilla Cheracter for truth is' unimpeachable.
3350 writes) they sent to the 'Washington rust &bop I') Iiii addition to Mr-nolmes testimony,
3269 to be scattered over the Country, two,. ivagob ' ' ' - ," I
' 'wo :Cali state without fear of successful
--- loads of franked documents.. Aud Mom' still 1 Po. ' ' '-- '' '
gmodatradiction, that Wmo Wilio,, oci, of
. 87 They are using the public teellitiee et.-Washin
, , ,. , ,
-., ,:, '' Front the Cidis (O.) Sentinel. ' ..
and.1838, stood thus : , . !candidate is the certain 'forerunner to a flood Ofi
31 ORE PROOF OF HARRISON'S FED&
Harrison. . ,, 3321 Vance, ' , 3174 I Petitions and it storm'ef,Otation, which kr des
Van Btuen, 2069 Shannon; ' 2532 tined to jeopardize lbe trapanill,'ilif Itet' the, . ,,': t 'BALM .-
,..--, , , -- stability of the Union.'" ;-, i ,,,.. I ,, 0,, ,.:? i',- , tYnder the head of "more evidetteeTruth
Fed. mai. 1252 - 642 One word uponthiteforesaid Whiaxecutive Wilt out," we stated iwo weeks ago, that Col.
Showing a reduction in two years of 610 votes Committee. ,, It. has flooded the ceontry with !Joseph Holmes, formerly a Senator in the Ohio
from Federal majorities. . ',Down with the aeeeches,' Ste., Wider their franks, to ptortiote ' totistatuye from, this, 'State, informed us that
ilbe,y twee .)30,,heard General Harrison, while be was out
strews," is the word,appeal to the 'suffer trite election of the Whig candidate. '.
Inge of the people." .. The Bank of Zanesville isroly shingled over North Catoline with thein.Tpneer him in the late war, as' vilen as three or
had, On the lot of April, 839, a ()lumen over They are still at work at Washington: that is usq-fettrtimelt, quay professing to belong to the
two to one in circulation, yet, limn that time to sav, two of spe òommittee are,still there,stizii 4:14IERAL party. We stated fliat the Colonel
the lat of July 184tt, they contracted to the a- Rice Garble! , appointed e :Judge in 'Louisiana, 1 Ws a man,,of truth andl veracitythet the
mount of one hundred end forty4our thousand who is still cluing the offices of e Committee lidtiga here dere not deny it. ' As evieence of .
six hundred and seventvefour dollars -and to do instead of the duties of aJudge, end Jobb Cii his etanding with The-wings, their organ fleet
this with a better grace.. the Bank of Zanesville Clark of New York, the moot active member of meek says; ''We do not believe that Holmes
reduced the specie basis by . sending to New the Committee, and en. sewed :Abolitionist.1 ever made such an expreenionor that ItleGon
York and selling there at premium thirty thou. It is he, this Abolitionist, whit is now most au.. arti. yen give eny proof the few."
sand dollars of its coin. ' ' ".' tively attempting to centre! the' politica br the 0,,from -this quotation of the Faders) organ of
In Trumbull county the vote for President South, and diotating a Persident to Lib king ':' if 1:',adiz it will be seen .that Col. Holme's
and Governor stood thus : '' . ,' . ' but the other evening, . that (as - aîger,r,imog character for truth is' unimpeachable.
Harrison; ., 3386 Vance... 3356 writes) they sant to the v4Vashington Fest &hop l'i PI addition to Mralotmes testimony,
Van Buren 2892 Shannon, , 3269 to be scattered over the ionntry, we,. oath ,'
1W1 ti A 'at t vitt I f f stif I
a e , i mu ear o succe u
.: ,, - , r--- , ' --- loads of franked documents.. Atid mem still 1 Po ' ' 111'
494 .. . ' . 87 , They are using the public leallitiea itt:Washingikecintra iction, that War Will, Esq, of
Being a reduction of 407 from the rectum ma (011, for thek niischievoge purposes. '"'Another Vi?tuteree:k tp,-,who il a warm.-.and ems
jority, while,at same time.a democratic Senator i
etter from Washingtoa of the 22d sayiu, ollisis,womprothising,W1,110, said, in' speak
was -elected front the county. The Western directing COMmittee. J' C Clark 2';"'' Ree at 'eailorsOenerat liaritson, thift lIe .bad
Reserve Bank forthwith commenced itto opera. this time using the public paperJernished hy,'1 '
tione, and, "contracted" sixty.sit !imbued and the Whig Clerks of the H. or R. 'AA ad ont...'Nr.), DOUBT THAT HE BELONG
seventpali dollars,being from 5 1.2 to one, rage wait nevet attempted before. The clerlee iLo..To THE 'FEDERAL PARTY.
down, to less than two to one of its specie in office is left in the hands . of, Whig's, who for- I. Will 'was a meMber of the Ohio
Julvi. 1840. ,
nisi) .ieblio - paper, atiPinvelopelsheir doeu Ielatare at the lime Han ison WIN
In tha county of Huron, the same votes stood memo and untruths, at the public expense to poi " r '
as follows i , it d can cones ;Wad speak knowingly
son the minds of the People."0, -.: is , ..11 a q Y
Harrison:, ' 2798 Vance, 2608 s .. ' 4 ' .' - ' '1 the subject . Besides we have oth
, vVhence the enormous fundewhieh thii whig' . , . . "- - 1 . .
Van Buren, 2143 Shannon, ' 2410 h i '
committee ave expended 7 : Prom tic
h Whigs .
, p itisitigwitnesses of -Harrison's Fed.
-- from Banking men, perhaptrfrom Banks, and if :elitism, but perhapd you are satisfied,
o5 ' , ' 198
a letter from London' (Only.' 28, published in 14. A illion. ,
, Being a :eduction of457 from this. Federal vote ... - . ., . - . ,
vote;or the People or the 11:S iiAtein dePoeeth,sucl eayeThat:"whtie
I. KALICIZAQ WI: W.. W.10101E4011.!
. tistedly, heard the General,in,-;tiluding
The Wier& Editors keep stereotyped
their papera, ininany instances, the, (O the Federal party usiiig in Substance
tROCIOUS LIE,''..that ,under Mr. the , following; languaiet - 'Some call
an Buren's Admiatratation, the ex. .thith cowards anclsomeioriesOut I in).
list,. of.Goversment have increased hive Owl's are Si! goott.imen 'for their
vn rarteen mittatio, to litrty .,ning ',..iitintry bsionging to thWtintlical party
Wilma, Our Diornucesticifriends should 'tS to the Democratic party. I cares not
tar in' rniud, titernfore the' folletswg .what a man calis himself so .that he is
mete. I,. . -,:.., ,, , t, .s, sitrue hsarted, American: AS'f FOR
lot. The expensea of Government, ik r M Y, PART I ALWAYS BELONG
e year 1839, instead of; 'Awls, nine EDVO-THE FEDERAL PARTY."'
ill.ions, as stated by the' opposition, ,f,rs ,,; a jusgpti HOLMES.
ete,00ly...4,timTEeN.,mititioNA. ; iSslit C)r,n Atkaad,:itulialcapilited Vii.Ah or du
and year aboVa tart,Itin,; befiritAno:!,,-,
mac IILINDRE14 AND,.TWENTY
V E , 'I'll 0 USA ND.''''''A N D . E IG lit . .',:l' -;,:, ' ,Itiptait'7,-PusiblattOrk IV
A n' 1-'''' ''''''''' n't' ''''''"'"; id the 'Federal party usiiig iii-ubstaoie
in their papers, ininany, inetances, the ,
th ,f Ilewin ' Ian usee-4 - 'Some call
AEROCIOUS LIE,.fhat ,uuder Mr. ,1 gs g .
Van Buren'a ,Admietratation, r . , . .them cowards and-some iones;but 1 lieu
pensys of,,Goveryment have inichreetToo-d Isaieti there are 'es ' good4men 'for that'
t f b lo i to thOred ral arty
from TIrteen Millane to Viirty ,,iiiie --ntin tY -1,, 1111 g - (ti - P .
the cremocratic party. care cc'
Millions, Our ilemotraticifrieuds en,ould ttt".
bear in' rniud, therefore the-folloWitig ItIllI 8 MIM CEIÍS himself so Ala he it
l',.8;s18t:-The expense'a lort..G''ore'r;tree''rat's 4';
iiitue bylined, AmericarC AS 't FOE
Oit Y,PART I ALWAYS BELONG,
; , EDI10-ME FEDERAL PARTY."
the year 1..S39, instead, of;,,TAirtd. p.n.- . 2,-. , ;,... , . Tnsilizpul 1411.mp!a.
millions,. as routed. by-the opposition, !ft '-',g,,,,'-,;tn4 4--1;a0:47-81;;;040i-1:0710 .Aadt,
wessseely.41-1IRTEeN -?i.111.-LIOI'M ,; ' - - - ' bov iv tan ' -bef If- 4 ''S ,
THREE HUNDREI4 AND714ENTY f,"":,-Y,-e,,,,o1:4 . ," 1 t - ' rt . g 49 ,.:.1!".'
FPI E ' TB 0 USAND:'A N D , EIGlit , 'A,- -dt ,, ,,garZcs.117,-rwilatt!r4.,,Kok,
HUNDRED' DOLLARSOAND zrati;, ''''''. ''' -,' ' '"'---"'''"'' .2,:-. .-x
T'ilESTATE pr.,OH10; es.' ,
TEEN CENTS! -t This appears from an
official statement of the Secretary atilt!, MEMNON ,COUNTY
Treasury, aed is undoubtly col rect. ,,-.., -,:et- -'-' le Thinners '. Vincen
2. Taking into consideration the a 10,4Thot, v
d - t-!,i--- s'iCierk of the Court of '.COM
vancement of the Republic in reeouress. : 40; MOO Pleas, within and . 11
webith, population Sze. , for , the less
twelve years, the expensee of Govern- said County and State aforesaid, d
hereby certify that ',the within name
ment have absolately, been Less SINCE Thomas Phillip?, Esq., before "Mot
GEN. JACKNON'S KLScTioN, ', wBEN Tesir the foregoing Affidavit Wag EWOM tO EH
wstae BEFORdl'his lutif been repeat
edly shown in Congress by the frieude subscriber, was, at the time of , takir
said affidavit, and at the time he mac
of the administration; and the Federal
ism have never been able to dissrove it. out and eigned the same, and now il
ao acting Justice of the Peace withi
ae. r he President and Heads of De
tiartments have no right to nee a dollar, and for said county, duly commissione
and qualified. and to -all whose offici
of the publc mony until it bee been firet
oppropriated by Congreas: and the Fed- acts, as such, full faith and credit is di
oral par4 in Congress has always been and the foregointf signature purportir
lobe his genuine; i In teetimony when
the Party of Extravagance, and the
Democratic Party the Party of Econo of I have hereunto set my signature ar
the seal of said Court, at Cadiz, th
fly! This has been ehOwn again and
iealn, by reference to the records of 24th day of August, A. D. 1810. '
1110-MAS C. VINCENT. Clerk.
Congress themeselvee!, .!.'.- : ;
' 1th. lu three years of his adminis- THE BLACK COCKADE FEE
tratton, a retrenchment of NOME twelve ' ERALIST. , ,
millions hats been madd :ift the- public
expenditures: and in hie last' message I.
The question at field asked by matf
oat is there in Gen. Harmon that h
. President Van Buren' recommendeo a nomination ehould bring every old ila
firther reduction of Five , Milliona. -
or . (MI
'- 5111. Gen. Jackeon, by . his veto on I d venni:in federalist to hie feet al
open mouth in the political arena
the maysville Road bill, saved a hun-
dred millions of dollars to the They know their man I Gen. He
PnnElel rison WOre the black cockade, and wi
and by adopting his policy on the sub- always ' a-t federalist. Every vo
ject of Interest Improvements, tbe pres., , he eggi - ggge -wag a federal vo
ent Democratic' Adniustration -Juts pre.
vented a runioue tide ofpublic wren.. -voltimes of proof are flowieg in dai
of this-. Air Tazewel4 eo - well knov
voice! , -:' : - ' - ' ' '' ' ' ' among Virginia Republicans, says on
' 6th.-The taxes removed from the peo
ple, amounted in IS31' to $3, 128,000; letter Just published, that he and Ha
risen were always opposed to each otl
in 1832 to 7.300.000, in 1833 - to 19,-
789,009, in 1831 to 24,155,000, i An er in every measure of politics. Th
-n '-- is conclusive.' But see the the follot
to 26,153,000, iti -, '36 " to-' 316E38.000,
makeing ititfieee yeare.$117,000,000 el
ing from the Ohio Sue.' '- ,' . ' -
. STILE; MORE' TESTIMONY.
tale! taken off,' which added to the tax
iisiayed would be TWO- HUNDRED : Sentitor Allen', in hie speech at Bat
via, on Thutsday, said that at earth
SEVENTEEN MILLIONS FOUR
HUNDRED '-, THOUSAND . DOL. on Wedneday, 'four gentlemen stood
and Odt of the ten thousand there a
LARS'eayed to the peoplounder Dem
. trembled no one came forward to con'
ocratic adniinistrations. Af.... is....;r Stintaaman
THE STATE Orßl110; so.' ,
r.,,..1.7-4.",:-.. I, Thames '. Vincent,
: t:41, CCierk of the Court .of ,.Com
. IIrs,7,.,.. MOO Pleas, within and . fot
eaid County and State aforesaid, do
hereby certify that,',ffie within named
Thomas Phillips, Esq., before "Thom
the foregoing Affidavit was sworn to and
subscriber, was, at the time of . taking
said affidavit, and at the time he made
out and eigned the same, and now is,
an acting Justice of the Peace within
and for said county, duly commissioned
and qualifiad. and to 'all whose official
acts, as such, full faith and credit is due
and the foregoing signature purporting
to be his genuine;t1In testimony where
of I have hereunto set my signature and
the eeal of said Court, at Cadiz, thib
24th day of August, A. D. IMO. '
THOINIAS C. VINCENT. Clerk.
. THE BLACK COCKADE FED
The question at filen 'asked by many,
what is there in Gen. Harrtwon that his
nomination bhould bring every old Hart
lord. convention federalist to hie feet and
open moulh la ihe political arena t
. They know their man I Gen. Her
rison WOre the black cockide, and was
always ' as fiideralist. Every vote
he evei ' gave 'was a federal vote
voltimes of proof are flowing in daily
of this'. ' Mr Tazese14 vo' well known
among Virginia Republicans, says on a
letter Just published, that he and Har-
risen were always opposed to each oth
er in every measure of politics. This
is conclusive.' But see the the follow
ing from the Ohio Sun.' . '- ,' . ' -
,' STILL MORETESTIMONY, !
- Sentitor Allen', in his speech at Bata
via, on Thutsday, said that at Carthage
on Wedneday, Tour gentlemen stood up
and OA of the ten thousand there ass
sembled no one came forward to CORtia
dict the witnessese, Statesman.
Petitions, and throwing the firebrand of Agita- ' 7th, In the last four years the reduc- ,
tion into the Hotnie.Besides, let us recollect- tion on Ines was larger .than this . AND YET MORE TESTIMON Y.
that the great body , of his N)rthern friends h. Col. Johnson in his speech at CillCill
have been the friend's of the Right of Petition. wi,ole receipt s under Mr. Adams ad.
all on the 27th August, said: ,
Only one Whig from the nowslave-holding ministraticin,Esastern Argus
'States voted at the lest , ression in favor of the ;. y ' ' "The interrogatory in regard to John
resolution to exclude petitions and no sooner ' LAVING 1-117C8TILI.--An aristocratic Randolph's accusing General Harrison
was adopted, than the Ingo in the Le
gisia- Irishman spoiking of hie native COUP of being a federal of the elder Adams
tura of New-York passed wresolotion to pro- try, said it was an execrable place? in
toot against it.- This IS a memorable factand fact - the only thing w orth owning ie it sehool and a member of the ,black cock
another remarkable reef is thio, that the.Whig w :th b. kv Y 9 tete party, I must answer I was a mem.
Executive Committee of Washington the ao a- ,, f
a t'd la tt MA Mean In ea)? ber, and in the .9enate at the time,beard
knowledged organ and leaders of the 'Party at then, said w Waggish friend,' "that him ask General Harrison, and Gen.
, this time, embraces three avowed Abolitionnito, with 'all her faults you love her still."
1 Atul as ilium 11- Lewin tvr;tile in 1,6 .fln --. - . ny, i , u on e con rar ,
H. did no i de 't . b t ' th - -'t y
'z'A SHORT BIOGRAPH V OF I GEN. HARRISON'S VERACITY.
M A R T I N V A Nin B 11 R h N, I In the month of January ,15;110, Gen.
,:..; Born Dee. 5th. 1782, -at Kinderkook Harrison retie Mr Evans that be belong. -
1, Admitted to the Bar, Nov. 1803. 1
.11,2York. , - : ,ed to an Abolitioo.society when 'ouly-:
eighteen yeare asp. ' ' ' ' '' ' '' . '
Deeted Senator fifth State in 181a , In February, be tells Governor Owen 1:,
' - Supported the War from ibe etart;aud that he ba'd never belonged to any ouch ''''
A SHORT BIOGRAPH Y OF I GEN. HARRISON'S VERACITY.
51 A R T I N V A N B U R h N, i In the month of January , ISO,. Gen.
. . ib
,.:J- Born Dec. 5th. 1782, at Kinderkook, .
1,,,- Admitted to the Bar, Nov. 1803. l' . ,
Harrison 'tette Mr Evans that be belong. -
,..-- : ',ed to in Abolitioo.society when 'soli'', ,
eighteen yeare aegis. ' ':- , ' ' ,''': - -,,,, -i
Llected Senator of the State in 1812. , In February, he tells 00011)Or Owen ,, ,
' --Supported the War from the etartoild that he be'd serer belonged to any ' ouch )''''''-
wee the teealous advocate Of ke
rma prosecution, and in Feb. 1915, ofs I le 1"erelt he 'elle the editor of the ''',!.- ),,
fired rieolution,expreseiee of the een'se 1
vigor's,', aociety. --', ; s , illt, ; , . . ,-,,,..., ;
1 Philanthrophist repeatedly, OW hi tad .' r,
of the New ;York Legislature, un the belodged to en Abolition society,-' ,:- ..".ele ',."-
e - announcement fibs .90 tile li:Ph APO, nothIng eke in ',' ' :
SPL,ENT1111 VICFORY sT; N. ORLICAilki; duce him,to answer oily interrogetorice . ....!
By the Conqueror of the about it, coming from friendS'or foes. . ' af,
Conquerors of Etirope, '' . On the 17111 April he answers. the ins '
GEN. ANDREW JACKSON. terrogaioriee of btu friend at Springfield ' -.
lab ..-... ...b .. . A...ho 's 'him,' &lima
Dy tne uooquernr or trio o. - - - .
Conquerora of Eérope, . On the FM-April he answers. the in.
GEN. ANDREW JACKSON. terregaloriee of hie friend el Springfield ' ,
With whom helves at a, later period ', Illinois, ripeating no dolibt,:s.,thor, risme .
. elevated. by a tree peppid 111,18311 i story of hie belonging to an'Abolitiön
hp the-aecond office in their
He was coupe& for the J.Inited State's' - And on the 1st June, in his letter to
gift.,,e7.'180dielý . - - , . .04.
.. opts iris! of Gem Hull.'f , '. i Mr Lyon, he pin thardly believe' dm ' 4'
Appointe,d Attorney General in 1815.4'; he has ever used the, term Aboliiion so. '
Re-elécted Ili the Eltate Senate in 1816.: cietY at ell to dedignate Jbe association , '
Elected to the U. S. Senate. id J821. to which he belongctd I , 't , e. '' '
W.es a member of the New York Con-1 -..Tould the mop( drimken lover of hid! 4
' cider be giull of more grow; prevatica.
. vention to emend the ConIttitutirin
,of 'hie Sista where he advoca; "'-' lion ! ,.., , ,o . . -
ted the ono" of : ' In btkietter to Mr Emu, the Gen-'
. rwurtritt A r.lt -4 eral, says, don't publish it.
dine Siete where he advoca;
ted the cause of
Re-eleeted to the U S. Senate in 1827 In hi, leiter to Mr Henry, he says, ,
Elenteit Governot of Iv. Yorkiin 1828. cinn1, Pub li" it. A .
1 -.. Mi. I .tlfino LA AIM"
Elected tiovernor of )si. it oraiin rio,,. ,,,i
Appointed Sec'y of State of U. S. in'29 , In his letter to Mr byons., hi eieye
M nieter to England in 1831. , -,: don't puhlish it.
Vice Président ofthe U. S. in 1531 Arid hie "Confidential Cninmittee".
President of the U. S. in 1630. , say in (heti Oswego letter, Feb Mit,'
policy of the committee ie--i'
In .every station, tin'd under all circum. P51() the
stances, has manifested capacity, ' "That the General make no furthe
. honesty and fidelity to the Con declaration of hie principles FOR THE
siitution, a firm attachment to PUBLIC EYE, whilst occupying his'.
. Republican principles, and preeent poeition.1
a proper regard to the To thie pnlity the General ha's strict-.
spirit of -I' ly adhered in all his lettere since written
OUR FREE INSTITUTIONS..
. a,,ennitaAr tahothapnymkihnhoc,ldretiohf altehéamil b'ehearti
, uutt r tux, 'olio' it u 1...,,,,v. - -
come to the public. '' They,have 'all beee
.., Frctnit the Co Imbue Mies. tlemocrat. written Only for the private (vier
TH'E VOICE OF A REVOLUTION.. Why was this 'policy' adopted I,The
-, ARV JIATILIOT reason fit palpable.' It weep make :-
41 am poor'gentlernen, but your King falsehood effective by circelating iI it - ,
le not rich enough to buy me.' Such private, end avoid the . con!,equente ' 01;
wee the noble reeponee of one of the pet ev,csith panteinx,pro,..surremayanwrebpnin7Liaekne;Le14.1, '
riots ot the revolution to the British .
WOO the noiple reepootte oi one oi me pat ---- -- t
riots of the revolution to the British I
COtliMifiSiOnere ill 17en The same eptr ' A FAC'r sportily of being t emembere4
and which' else.rly Onetime ths patti.. t
it breethes in the'irubloined reply of the ,
, . .
agerrevolptionery, Mr Allen! to thelet, otion and constelency of the federal env, -47-''''
touters of Harmon, was stated by the ,f,'',''' '
ter gf the .whig COIllifillee Of this county
inviting,. bint,to ,slien ' the ' Harrison II". C P Van N4.5e ei. Vernon!' in an '
tddress recently detiverint befere a .; ''' ,
quavention at Naehvill "he entree
ponaoce speaks for itselfIs He lb, nt lemocratio coneentim! at ' Woodstock, . '
riommekt fora us.,4,m,,,,A11,,..fin,"11,1, AlbatAtateo,.. It le a valuable editions ........,.:.,
F -- 1. 4 is i 0 i d b illf Ora titretWilibektifilio;-, i
6ffilndittfiota 011-04119-litAllev-fotorilt -11-mog e.F,Y.' , - - ------- -- --- ,,,..,, . ,
nur.inekine..enemten; nt nivel right. in too, to the svidentrs'evorrwittNntburi...-; i
our:glorioiis revolution, knd hits DOW, iset, which goes to prrive the ,identiti """ A'''',.
of 'hi present whig party with tile fed- ' .
old aod infirm as he isi prepared, 'to tip
bailie at the ballot boxifi the some soot: oral anti.war party of 1812. , -
cause, , - , - , "in the year 1513,' said Mr Van 1.
, Columbus Miss. Aug. 4, 1840 Ness, "the federaltsts obtained a tnejor, ,,,,--
Itir Dai.id Mien. itv in the House of , Assembly of this
Dear Sir;The undersigned, a icom- State, but we still retained the greater
mittee appointed by tbe Tippecanoe number of the Council. A resolution . ,
Club of this place for that purpose,have was passed by the latter and sent.up to
this day elected you a delegate to fop- the 1ouss for coccurrence, which pro-
resent Lowndes County in the great poised that the members of both Houses
south weetern Convention to be held at should convene, on a day mentioned, to ' , '
Naohville, Tennessee, Hoping that offer up their thanks to Almighty God, .
you will find it practicable and conve.. for the 'Wort obtained by the American '',
flint to attend. we are ' army, under Harrison, near the river
. Vertreepeetfully, Thamee, over the combined forces' of '
Your obedient servante, the British and bulimia. On the quer,. fl
P. B Starke, :' tion or.coocurring with the Coned' in
, , .
, L,,,, J. G Goodwin, passing the resolution, ninety-five (all .
H L Hampton, the republicans voted in favor of it,and '' ''
L Davis, every federalist against it, there being
. . ,
, P INI Grant, one hundred aud eight war federalists, '
, , J P Weddle, ' (that is, for war with their own 'govern. '
ment) and I affirm that. but ONE of
. , ,
' them!) has come over to our parly.-1 alio
. Colbert, Niss.Aug.11 1640 find that thirty-three of them . are new
To Mews P. B Starke and other!, dead. 07BUT OF THE SEVEN- v.
Committee of the TippeCanoe Club TY-EIVE LIVING ONES, EVERY ''
GentYour communication of the MAN except the ONE elreadv ellu- ' ,,,
Ith inst., announcing that you bad elec. ded tii. IS A THOROUGH - OCING ' '
ted me 'a delegate to represent Lownds MOD, RN WHIG." .
county in the great south western con' , '
volution to be held at Nashville Twines- . EVERY MAN A LEADER lWit -
see,",Was received on the fith inst. ,
agrei with the "Magician' 'pal evety .
hough old and
through 'Mr Reuben King, ' . man should be 11 leaderlet all act,-- ,
'shoulder to shoulder, and the enemies
You are mistakent
poor, yet am no 4Arnold,' The prin. of the people Will be most ' theriughly
mph). I :fought for during the revolts. routed and beaten. The Magician edds ,
!weary war are dear to me a life; all "the battle now waging.. between -the '.'
the money of which you or your party Cohorts of ancient Fedetaliem'and ' the ' ,
are poesessed,' much less the pitiful Republicans is a conflict rife with holy ,
bribe of an appointment to represent interes', for in it is involved ' the,ques. 41'
Lowndes connty in your Harrison Con... lion, e higher the "stars end and stripes'
vention, cannot change me from thosie of Columbia shall float in prised triumph '
over a fREE PEOPLEt or' Whethet s4
principles whieh have eince been car
ried out hy Jefferson, Jackson and Van that glorious flag shall be etruck '''dowti ' ,
Buren. ' . ' ' . , and trampled in 2,the' 'dust '''''' by
You did or should have known that I the Vandals of the mOney Owen Die..
now ant, and always havo been a dem- guise it as the Federalists ,may'cover .
octet,' and therefore the advocate of' e- it over with all the art that' iophistry 'de -. ;
qual rights, equal privileges, eild . the wickedneas:can invent, this is the Woe : ',
capacity of the people for self govern about tovbe 'settled. ' Let ' every'. Man I:,
ment. The winters of three score and then be a leaderevery 'Democrat feel '. '
nineteen years have not eo chilled the as if the contest depended upon his sin. '
spirit that animated end 'sustained me gle vote and tnfluence-;abil per' life' on '
through the revolutionary struggle, 'as it, the star spangled banner will 'come ' ..
feted to age aed infirmityr, theugh they
to calmly brook the insult you have of- out of the fight, although 'tillierect 'mid !' ,
may permit it to escape its metited putt.
' . i '' -- DAVID ALLEN., , torn" still dear to' . freemen.''. Orginite ' ,
thee the wards, districts and, totenthips ' - -
ishment. ,' I sin Gent, , ' ',;, ': 1 ,, - , form atieociationadissem,minate free ".',
, ,.y. -
le political tretlf. , Every-man' a leader' - , ' '
ded hooka ol New Orleans' are shipPpeinn.
:)70,o' to ' make ,------7077.7.7fre -10,0ei sa4rary men active, they wilt epeeoi.
,le beer the se,t:i stirring' alsiietthe fost
is prontrate,iind freemeiz bra, :tr,ittmpli.,,,, ,
specie tcithe Neith, 'and .diawing binge
of wghltrigre en'it,",by ',Which ''process cl!--713'1:116PubhP"'.; '''' 4 'i:',.1-:'2: ; ',..
, they,,bey in,their Own', nates' ar about - lino teds' sap-they vonly:,use bitril ' .
lien per centaisconnt' ' What Wield Wa cider figlitatively 1 :' We don't,,inow ' - ,
i,thittli.of a man-who refused tepay bi's hów'thst is;-.-but we do kilo thet,soine ,. ' .
1, note, becalisihe 'could': mike a ,toote ,ottbem cut i,all eerie .-of ifkgurea allot ..-
pronitible uee of the pomp ' ' ' ' ' 7" .'" (Wilkie& freely 01'44Dedham Re4 ,,,: ,
,... . , , ,
F 1. f L 1 1 1 .1' , ' , '... I ". . t"-- , ' L ' 7 . i.7. I , ,, . , a ''' a L ',la all 6'34 IA""216' 11 al "1"."111 au"- l'"1" ''' .'".....".......--""'. - suit rvery min num a, tinuy I, 111. yr....-. , '.1
bap at litis I me in its (tau ts, soventy.ti.roe mod i this time, emoraces twee avoweu Abontionnite, wan aii nor Melte OD ioVe ner mu.- ;,;oto to Make moncyIspe egspen.
1 H. did not deny, it, but on the nontrary,
, 1., . , eand,lourhundred and nineteen dollars MORE I And, as Dixon 11. Lewis writes to his constitu, - ... , .: .. , . ;,,, ,l
I. : specie limb paper in circulation. Here is a fact lents, ,'three out of itsnina members are regular , ' . ' ' .. . ,. - assent Jed honks' ol New Orleans' ire slit in ' '
d to itall of which I remember . .. . , ., ., PP if is prostrote,ond freemen bays it,tumpn , . , t 1,
I 4: that speaks truMpet-tongued se to the political . built Abolitionists; awl seven of them are wil. : MENT AND 0,,WOMEN.--A ,
ten are like it
wen. , .4...... " specie Wipe north, lino 'growing bins d D I 'R IA et, ''. ',,,' ;1 ,'-. ..,t.; . . 1
lv it.reer the sop! stirring shimithe fon , ,
e , a , epu I. n.
i., action of the Bonita upon the country. Who is ing to receive, and of course ooneidor, discuss horse-beanst the oUttiide is good for o rt;.-ange on 1 , , Which ' process ' - 14 I. , ,
,- not convinced flom it of the designs ofthe Fed, and dt3cide on Abohtion retition I.', With swift nothing! but, wittt , go - . '' f e h' "1" by '
od boiling, 'they ,' MONEY AND WAT$11.--A' gen., ;Wry buy in.their own . Dedee ar about ' 'Tho lade gap-they
., " - oral party in passing the "reason"' and appeal , a commitotent, thena on the part of Geo, Mar. : rnetieA nourishing dia; weinen only', usa , not!
log to the: "sufferings" of the people? If any , fisonwith his Northern Whigs thus comu'ut. ore like Ilemon praising the. gtnerosiir of , hie I ten Oer cent 'dilation' ' Whit 'witil4 iii eitler figutatively 1 ,' We don't.., linos! ,
4 , ant let him go a tittle further loll', developen ted tolbe Abolitionists; yvith the Whig &eau. h0 11101.0 del,itta,10, ,buit?.-,trpanp 1 , i , ,
In w,hich friend, ,obleryed that 1.11e opent mony Lthink.of a man-oho refused to-pay his hów That is;,-but we do know lbst,soina , i
. incnt or raids slid firms, , t ...,, I .. , , . 'five Committee thus constituted, who does not . bean and p9.df, insi4g. vifi', (Amid Ate like' witei-7. ',- "'Then, ,of , course. he! cote, because ho ;mild' make o core of them eat .1!1. mu' .C i f4g"--e. kn.el: ' - 1
I " TO votl óttlio county olmushinsuin in ist3 fume id 000941ald ih,titclioA of tits Whig eloany.-,excettent ' -"-. ' ' 's- , 2: ; '? 11(110.1a64 hi Aghtel rejoin& wag. profiitego Wel of the poney. - ''' - ,' ' driukiba flee,' aiL'Dedba,m 11.-ePlks'' ' . .
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