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ring out the fits 'from the gallant mast,
Let the shout of the crew be heard, Ai
While the bark that rideivie flying fast -
O'er theses like a mountain bird I
Let it rest on the breast of the glorious sun
, When the sky groom eats et noon,
And on let it that when the day is done,
- In the 'keen of the silvery moon.
1172,1' For it breathes a salm in that tender light,
Tbro' 'the skyward sailor's eye, , s .
rt; t While he looks on Peace as she noMles
, . , , , . - (bright,
' 'Mid the stars and eltipes on high,
f - It speaks to the heart able mountain home
. Where in quiet it long shall wavi,
11 . And knows that Ids 110111 ars tree it they
. n ' . , 01)11M.
I ,a , Le' t: iittedulayath' ritio'alliffseaninigaireht ogngrathav.;;o'll; 1' ii. ir'e,
. And talk with thatimertightsetar,,.. .
le' .. 'For the heavens will glow with a warmer
-'. - t - . . ... (fire,
' :li.,..r'i 1 - To. gaze on its fl'ell entri ' '
. .. . .. . . . . .. .
To gaze On sts Face ruin
They will hail its light as kindred all
Long sent from the parent sky,
To laugh in scorn o'er the tyrenfe fall.
And beam when the tyrants die.
, Let float till the last great day of time.
And proud o'er a falling woad.
Far up in its own congenial clime,
, Triumphant bang unfurrd,
And when this fair earth shall no more bs
For the home or its stars so bright,
May they tun in love to their native heaven,
And dwell in eternal light.
The following spirited tines, were written by
a Indy Mew Jersey, in answer to the degra
ding motto, "We Stoop to Conquer " which
was borne in the Procession ol the ithig COO
vention at Baltimore.
You "stoop to conquer" well you know
You have already stoop'd so low,
That every State like Jersey tr ue,
Will scorn to yield its rights to youi
Then while pi boast, do not forget
You have not WOO the conquest yet.
You "stoop to comer"! ah I beware,
Our Statesmen you cannot ensnare:
With proud contempt your arta they view,
Your Cabins, coonshard cider too,
Then while you boast, do not forget,
, You have not won the conquest yeL
You';"stoop to conquer"yet fag,
,-Tho' smooth the stream on whic1;you
Our pilots all the dangers know
That darkly lie concealed below:
Then while you boast, do not forget
You have not woo the conquest yet.
You "stoop to conquer'we disdain
treachrous means cur cause to gain,
And while the Phip or State we guide
We'll boldly stem oppression's tide:
'riven while you boast eo not Ingot,
You have not' Won the conquest yet.
The tIght our sires to triumph 'led,-
-Wit trust will e'er cur ath he'll
Around tlie BANNER they bequeathed
- Un fading laurels shaft be crenated:
While with patriots dear to fame
Shed be unrolled Van Borena name.
Then while you boast do not forget
The contest is not ended yeL
Sup. 3, 1840.
OZTAN OPEN FIELD AD FAIR PLAY,
is al the democracy ask. Let the people only
understand the true issue now before the nation
end WO fear not the result. Right glad re we
that the federatists at the North are coming out
awl declaring dieir principles. Their speakers
in this quarter openly advocate a National bank
and no man hete will deny that with the oppo.
sition thss is the great, the all absorbing ()met
tion. But how will Virginia I how will Ton
nessee 1 how will North Carolina like this
ere too, the federal speakers openly Advo.
clue a protective Tariff. low will the mouth
like this 1 After struggling an long to put down
the monstrous American bymern, will the south
now suffer itselfto be cajoled into its re.estab.
lishrhant I Again we say, let the question be
flirty stated before the American people. and
WO fear not the issue. Come oet all of you,
lodettilists and show your colors. Boa. Post.
AN Mali ACT from a tidies' letter written
ioKt eller the Bunker Hill Convention, showing
why the women go fur old Tip and the whig
"As for whigs or loco focon, I dant know
which is right, nor which is wrong. All I
know is, that the whigs are the FASIIIONA.
BLE party, and that is all I care fin. The lo.
cos ere all mechanics acd working folks. The
whigs are the richest and best dressed, and give
the mom elegant parties, nnd ere the most aris
tocratic and that id What 11 like; I tike to be
fashionable, and as a whip, I consider invself
much abeveali iny loco foco neighbors, poor,
Itity things, Husband says, Mr tV. and Mr
and other great men return his how, when
he bows to them, and sometimes speak to him.
just before election. and that enough to pay
him for all his trouble and expense in the whig
cause. I wish I could get invited to some of
tho faellionWe parties, but I have not yet been
able tho' hnve tried every way could think
of torn acquainted with the whig quality. But
never despairoll in gond time.
Cr. S. I'Don't let this get into the newspa:
Ile HATo NEXT ? .,,, waive. ,
Not comprehending , precisely the
Tn one of the strong whig wards ethos city .
ef New York may be seen perched upon the idea 3 eu desire to convey by The term
top filmic log cabin, a hard cider barrel sawed "the standard of wage'," it will be nee.
lengthwise, so ite to represent, a cradle. on isoor-,
y in order' to mévt your wishes
which is inscribed in large lettere; 'THE CRA- fully, tnat I shotilð give my general
DIX OF LIBERTY.1N..1, Ellie. views; on this branch of your enquirv. .-
ti,bi: The labor or en industrious man is. in
. Now "cradle of liberty.' , . . my judgment only adequately rewarded
WIIIGLULLADY. ' when hie wages, together with the sp.
"floaha.bi-baby. , iiiPtitOCO of those members of his famili,
. ' Your daddv's a Whig, ' e
trom whom attendance. rosy reasonably
' Fefore be comes home ,
. Hard eider he'll swig, be required, will enable him to provide
.' ' Theo he'll be firm), ,.. comfortably tor himself end theni, to ed
. And over he'll fall, . ' , neat() his children, aod ley up sufficient
Down will come daddy, . fur the casualties of life and the wants of
, :-. Tip, cradle end all." . '
. . . advanced age. ' r
, ' Conlin, órirt-,.-.A man by the name . To accomplish these objects it is nec
or Nett or Philadeldhis went out on votary that the . pay of the ' ?Omer
the rooref a three atotyliouse,a few, e- I should bear a just ploportien to the pd..
vening ince, :to coo .bimull berm C.ces of the necessaries and comforts , of
. going to bed. , lib slipped,. and west life;and and all attempts, le depress thein
I precipitated to the ground, witnout kit., be'ow this equitable standard; ire in my
ling him, however.: Don't . welt . that ..epinion at war as well with the dictates
018P "Wling it I ithlaiill iL, - ' of bumpily, se en a sound laid ration
CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, (OHIO) OCTOBER 21
answers to the following queries operationudoes not present a just and '
Are you in favor of a Protective Tar- proper bavis for the reduction of wages.
ilT1 . . I am far from wishing , to, contribute
rep- in the slightest degree to the embarrass
Did you vote for, or support ft
- in ni and depression of the laboring clas
oily qualitleatton for voters in the Cun
vention of New Yorkt ' lots. - it ie, on the contrary, my most
Ate you in favor of reducing the moo. earneet arid constant desire that their in
clod of Wive, I . r dustry should every where and at ell
, Wheloer you am in favor of the Secs times be amply rewerded, and. tbat the
retary of Wia'e plati for. orginizing,,,the bleseings ofylenty obould 4-tbe , liberally
Militia I . , .-- . , - , , diffused ti-mOririheverrienal-contribute
most to their production. . . ,
These qtiestions are not made for the
purpose of unfriendly criticism, but on.. I am, Gentlemen,very respectfully,
ly from ft sincere wish to have your Your obedient mervant,
own views on thee.) subjecte. M. VAN BUREN.
Your fellow eitizene, Messrs Isaac Lippincott, Wm R Potts,
- . mese Lippincott, G Haines. N B Evans, A B Ferman,
Wm R. Polio, Jos. Prayer. ,
G liCtinflP, From the Statesman.
N. B Evans, THE GREAT ERIE CONVENs
, ' A S Ferman, ' TION. '
' , Joeeph yrs) er. MEADVILLE, PA., Sept. 121840 .
Direct to feriae Lippincott, No 210 Frietact Medary .
Callowhill se. ,. The Convention of the Democracy
at Erie on the 10th was the largest as
Washington, Sep. Ilth 1810. sembiage of freemen that ever ,convens
Gentlemen: I have received ' your ed in North Western Pennsylvania for
letter propounding to me several quell- any purpose. Not less than Meer)
lions upon pitblia subjects, mid immuring thousand could have been preeent; and
me that they are not put for the purpobe the right good feeling and enthusiasm
of unfriendly criticibm, bOt from a sin- which prevailed, gave indubitable evis
cete desite to have my owrtiews on the dence of a signal victory. in October,
eubjects refered to. . The bilvery-haired veterans who hes
In reply to your first and lett guess held our nag borne in triumph through
lions, I send you a copy of a letter re- two wars, and tv,ho aided in establish
candy addressed to several citizens of ine.that independence tvhich ts now our
Elizabeth City County, Va. in which bullet, were there,standing like beacon
you will find the information you desire. lights to guide the footsteps of a. ',rising
In answer to your second question I generation of democrats. And those
germ you a statement of my entire couree who are now taking their placas AD , the
in the New York Convention upon the pohtical stage, were there in their youth
subject of the elective franchiee. It and vigor, fired with the patriotism ol
was prepared by my friends at Albany, their fathers, and resolved to' transmit
having access to the best means of in- to posterity unta.nisheil by the foul breath :of
formation, of their own accord without Brinell whiggery,' that liberty Which
previous climmunication with me, - end wee purchased with oceans , of blood.
published there unde their own trignas Every iroad and avenue to Erie brought
tures.Upon a caretpl examination of in large numhers of the honest ye omens
this document, I find it contains a true ry, who Die ever ,ready to defend their
and fair exposition of my course in the country, whether invadód,by. a foreign
Convention UtIOD the subject referred.to or domestic foe; The "farmer left his
and I eend it to you as stick' - , plough in - the -furrotsths :.meclauic
, Your remaining question' is whether dropped his hemmerand the day la
I "am in favor of reducing the standard borer hiespade. .. It was itichtt spec
of wages.", - ' tacle as would gladden the heed of frees
Not comprehending , precisely the men,' and it monarch might look on and
idea 3ou desire to convey by The term ramble. It was emphatically '"en ars
"the standard of wages," it will be nee. my with banners"yes, ' a "Blending
issary, in order' to mévt your wishes army"aed just rich an one as haunts
fully, tnat I shrink! give my general the imagination of federal bankers,' and
views on this branch of your enquiry. makes them tremble in theirl marble
The labor or an industrious man is in palaces.... While Martin ' 'Van Buren
my judgment only adequttely rewarded has myriads of those who form the buls
when his wages, together with the ass war of the country to defend him, end
siPIAOCO of those members of his &mil?, stand by our cheriskeil Iprinciplete, he
from whem samittiance rosy reasonably has nothing to fear from sierched end
be required, will enable him to provide furbelowed popinjaws' who wish to ride
comfortably Icor himself end thern, to ed rough ehod over AO community, on
ucate hie children, arid lay up sufficient their horse, called "inclusive privilege."
for the casualties of life and the 'VMS of The right spirit: now animates every
advenced age. ' ' r ' . breast, anti be assured thitthe vote of
., To accomplish these objects It is nec Mr; Van Buren will be verily - increas
essary that the . pay of flit,' laborer Red in this section from 1836- The
should bear a just pioportion to the pri;- British whigs commenced the miserable
'ces of the necessariee and comforts , of 'humbuggety a litle too soon, end. their
tfe;and and elf attempts, tft depress thein system of universallying end ,gullibil-
be'ow this equitable standard; ire in my 4y has berweatried So far that they ere
Prow lite Bal., Republica& : . al policy. Left la itself, and tree from say1,-. Well, if they cut their t threats,'; will no doubt be published., I ehall et
AN ADMIlaBLE LETTER.--- MB. the blighting ihfluence of partial legisle. s'tho blood he upon their awn heade, I tempt no report. Able addreseee,which
VAN BUREN AND TIIE, WA" tion, monopolies, congregated ' wealth, as o eertain certificate hero said on. tti I have no epee to no g
tics-, at len th,
, . . and interested combinations, the tom- memorable rAcaston. - - were made by Mesers Vanderpool, J.
: GES OF LABOR. ' : . '. peneation oflabor will always preaerve 'A large number of Democrats
. We copy the following letter' of Iliq this salutary relation.' It is only when- Ohio were present, and although they"
from r McKeon, Rice Of Louleivoa end Major
Damao. , - . .o-, ..',
Van Buren hem the Pennsylvanian, to
gether with the remarks of the editor. the natutal order of society is disturbed e b
,ame from the federal reserve,
by oue Or other of the. eauseo, thot the brought glad fittings with them. TheY ii th"fland
t ey This meeting was immenties thirty
-lt will be room that in reply to a quest. ivages oflabor become inadequate. . did not brag like the hard eider swigs,' people at leaet beteg irons the
groond; delegations poured in from 17
tioo ettersseed to him,. Mr Van Miran The people of the U. State may be
takes oecasion to give his vieweat some et thav girt. us every
truly denominated a nation of laborers, ilhere is no eoubt whatever sit to our i 11
entosiatim of every man attic ammo).
gokurence that counties, and nothing could exceed the,
length.upoothe subject of the wages of A vast proportion 'Wiliam liv b th ' h ' I bly Thera were five eteamlooste crow
.e Y e success in I at state, by a ergs major..
labor,shewieg what in his . mien. is eeleat of theft brow,-and ,the contin d - - '
Ile itys .,. si .., - ', ded with democrats.' fool 'New York,
the nataral and . proper compensation exercise ore preserving industry.,' It . - .'' . three from Albany, two from Troy. end
which should be, commandet1 by " h
Le ' es with 4 proper regard to this- condi. -. Baying recently paroled through the one from Iludeon. Csiskill, Kingston,
Workingthan in' return for hie toil, and (ION that the systemof Government un northern pert Of New York, I had an sod many other places along the ri.ver.,
eaplaining how it is that, through the der which they live was' originally 'ds- opportunity or 'conversing with many , 'I be democrats are aroused arid the do
medium oftillile Ind partial legisla. observing democratrond it iireheering
. vise& -It should, therefii4,to my opin- 'termination with et Inch theL resolved.,
Le true order ,of thingeis so tar, to know that Mr. Van Dunne; stuccoes ,
ion, be always so administered este in. wpm eeperatteg, thet i'1.1evIfIrk Moot
disturbed Ito often to learn to the.' Pm' sure to thetn, a; far art prissiblee.' a icat in his Dative -elate ri' now 'beynnal a belredeemed.l sees in earnest, of , their ,
ductive Classes barely the means of atis don,l1b,s- The democrats there are detir-
aud adequate reward fot their exertions, mincees at floteoming election.. . .-.
uncertain 'subsistence. it has rarely es welt es I II . 43"-to brin the state b ckt I ier . ., '
a u enjoyment:of the !tulle r . g a , 0 1 - ' 1
been our fortune to meet with a more of their industry - ' ' . , :- ,,, .1 10,4s" and I know that they have MISSISSIPI The Miestriemien
admirable exposition alba only sound ' In the distribt;tion' f I h I
o wea I reso tins the nerve and spirit to do it- In Erie gives the following eheering account of
doctrine in this respect, then that which coonty, New York, where Buffalo le lo- the prospects eflhe Democracy of that .
from the uniort of labor and caphatM is
s furnished by - Mr Van Buren. Its wed, tho reds themselves do not claim 8tate: ,. . . ,
too often the case that an undue proper.
simplicity and clearness are such that ' more than 2000 mejority foe Old Tip,
tion falls to the altars of the latter. 'The' whigs of Mit,sissipl may hose(
no one can fail to comprehend it it a THE discontinuance of partial iegislation; while be received 3000 there at the feat and hlueter Ho they choose.bui our sone
glance, and it ib as convincine as it is. .
which, I have always advocated, would be an election- They have 1
4" lb hula" io mife for Vmatilen by a largo mAjnr
plain. . . unportan step towards correcting this inequality. !number of eleven banks in Bad, to. - -T "" ire i . i
Ito.. he whip re, Be e se here. lave
The President's letter is so admire. It has been ever my delogn to beep! (mist iheir paper tiberali If the hard sieyleinied victories which . they.
ble in itself as to render comment au- these objents constantly i i
-n v-ew F.-4 I cider party should "advance beck ward"
, never won, norn tier will. This is their
perfluous. Let every one read 'and far from being in favor of reduciog the i le ao.their strong holds in New 7 York'. game--elaiming that which does not Le
folm his own judgment as to the views wages oflabor, or attempting to render ! I :
at tine rate, con you tell by what mean, tong to' them.. .They have frequently
of the administration in regard to wages the eervices required disproportionate ' thew think of securing ti
--lu '1151"11al claimed the State, Ion itsve alwaysbeen
and then say if he can, that the Preai-' to the rewards teceived, it cannot be un aciel , . , ,
l sancta ehed, and the same scine is to be
dent is bOt the true friend film work. known to you that what is called the tea 1
Mr. Buchanan's speech at Erie wee repeated next November. Theit . boas
ingmenfar more their friend than the hour 'system, originally devieed by the
oneof the most powerful and convincing ting end enthuoissm hos rever been. e
head of that party which dare not avow- mechanics and laborers themselvee.has 1
arriments I ever listened to. lle car. quelled -their Impel, they preteed hava
its views upon this or upon any 'other by my directions been adopted, and u- 1
; ried.tonviction to the M'Ilie Ot ail who never been- brIghter.., , But We ii'annot
sobject, and etrives to crawl silently in.., niformly carried out at all the public es-.
!heard him..- He sweltered to the winds diecover whitt they have to.teliven thirir
to power, there to carry into effect all , tabliehments, and that this mitigation of'
tho foul titmice that were first concocted hopee. The dem'ocracy ere aii'fi:m as
the principles of federaliem, having for labor has been aceompanied by no cor
in the Senate by 0,1inneots. John Drivis" the hillsthey remain on."' -41.-'16t
their end to enrich the few it the ex- responding reeuction of wages. . , .
to rept n mec awe wages, an
d t 11 h ' d h b ' -'- Th
onl 11!l..4 of their opponents. eir
P I Oleo caused it to be distinctly inti. .
penbe of the many. . . ' Ittnee teltorated btr the fdderisi or9;a:44 Vo;ne reaches es from every goarter of
mated in the month of March Imo, .o the
-- and editors; and We'd, that if he bar') heeu the cnoolrr. - Every gale that blows
CORRESPONDENCE. ' officers of ouch of these establishments,
guilty of uttering nuch enutiments-17; brings witli it the proceedings of some
. Pluladolpfiin, Aug. '20,-1840. as might couternplale a redoction of we
tbeee attributed to hiro;.' - -
,,e would deem : meeting, dinner or other manifestation
To the 111:46 AI. Van. Duren presi gesi that in my opinion the present D
t e. himiell a fit eubi; ct rot' rt ii4 I h .. k-' f b i is We connot be mis
, ra g I j c o t eir gent men .
. 1 rt n mate of thin .. which
culiarly u ice al . g
'dint of the U. State,: . .. . et, end instesd of oceopyrog a Pest in , taken on this outijelt. fillsoieipi will
1 sod rei, Its frotn .circumsten
Dear SirThe undersigle'd, a pot. li le be 16 II .. the U S St:4A- 't h Id it 1 . h I f V B e beyouit a
, , in e ou ave ap ere east er vo e or an ur n
firm of your fellow citizens,requeot yeur ces tha.t carat be pernianent:..,
n their , .,. ,
I. ,...t -"--..-ra'IsM. But it is not presumable doubt.
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(OHIO ) OCTOBER 2,18400 - " i '
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. 31, . : , ,... - - --VOLUME2., ' .-TIUMBEIt 69 ,-....-,,, . ..-, .
106y1.-. well, Utility cut - their t threate,:; will no doubt be published.. I shall et- I euppert it in
be efues les .- - .-: '
othe blood be upon their awn heade," i tempt no report. Able addreireert,which 1 parricidal viewriot,thesew, . ,..r , , . , , . . ., :
'that attittide, 'and of the ' ,...,:r ,.: ,
es e eertain certificate hero said On n '1 byre nO Ppliefl to notice-, at length, do so. , .. , , ... .,,, ., . ,.. : .: ,, , , : , ,
memorable rAcasion. - - '' 1 were made by 'Messrs Vanderpool, J. '
'A lirge number of Democrats from I' McKeOni Rice of Loultrivoit end Itlej,ir ' brought on tbelwir, the address goes-,.. : , . , .
After a' summery. of the Cause !abler. , .. , .
Ohio -were present, and although they,IDavizeu. , . ., li 4 ,, .4, : , on - - ', ,,i,-th.,,, A't -.;,14:,,:, .,:,..il:--,, ':
fie thirer s6 - -
came from the federal reserve, Hier Thio meeting we. "I'm! n 4 - Under truth ectumulated'Oireordetanorr. l'' -- , ' '.', ,
brought glad tidings with them. They !thclultend . ,
people at leset beteg untie the
did not brag like the hard cder -swigs, 1, greond; delegations p .
oured in from 17
cos Of inliult end il.if in;:ory,-vre 1011 . So ,t,';. , ,, , ,
eat let 13e I . -;. ' - .
gairt, whet etair your got ernm , , ... , , e, ,
yet they gin. US every aseurence that ' counties. Id exceed the 'on - ' . - -,-- -
and nothing cou 1 emit ;be 41,,e,0 ice, n, I, gtris thet,liirn , , .. ,,
there io no &relit whatever se to our i ealboalaom pf ever, man of the mem-. whichaiderepretenta the goiSititeirit.oe;, , -, , . -, .., ,
ouccias in alit mete, by a large major. bly. ' There were hoe steamboats crow the people, e,ed the .1,e,100 to th ,,g,8,,etti :4 ,.,.. ,. r , .. . ,
PIO ; - . ' . da. ' ' ' ''' ded with democrats.' fiotra ',New York, mpfit; trallpee c.ne bid ,of il.c ittif-ii tit - ,
three from Albany, two from Troy.. end :
fluillo the whet, 'anð,by keepi g th; 41t0, - - .: . , - .; -
. firming recently ,passed through the one from Birdwell. Otriekill, Kingston, trust. and cliv;eren.Siiehee te ' :come the. - ,,',, ;-'-, ,
northern part Of New York, l hod en Had many nom pinet.. along rtio ti.ver. prniið arbitet:of ilieforiene ' d - fate': of', .. ,-. ,
opportunity er 'conversing with many , '1 be &neonate are stoused,.arad the de Amertee. ant to them., t t . 11, ,tb,,,", r": - 7 : . , :
observing demooratrond it iireheering 'termination with which tbeL resolved. ,o0nd hied and bonest ,lie if' ist the n'ts....;: , .: .: ',, '
toll now that Mr. Van I3orenti micelles '.
upon eeperatmg, thet i'INeW,'Ithrk Mind lie it ielina' I tit; iAll the
ekict.ttoril,11,a,,list: - -' , , t, , :,,,
in his Dative state ri' now 'beynnal a t.
wee in earneet "f ' 6114 :'witt your geverroment to do4;::,y Warfehp ..-.,--,,,: 4 .:, , , -
doellb,r- The democrats there are dein:. -, etieceis at Iheeoming election.. . ,
''".- basely and inglorindili is Abliattlen.-14hat;,- '4'.' - 4:: ' 7
ceitil'',.to bring the atate beck! to ''Iter .. ., ., . - - - ' - l
. rights for which you ' arid '- yotir intilero:, 4, , -..,., , ,, ;
Ilet,lese," and I know that they have - MISSISSIN The Miostrisipien
fought and bled 1 -Waii.shtiso striy tir - ', ... ;; ' l i
the nerve and spirit to do tt- In Erie gives. tho following cheering account of :
COWS,' to sic-ogle' uaiti',our-in our itifam.:. ' - : i '' l
coataty, New York, where Buffalo is le- thiproepects of ,the Democrecy of that ,,, , h , :
ty, end which has noittei colored to toe-", . , . -.A .' , ,
wed, the reds themselves de not claim 8tora.: , . ' i i
more than 2000 majority for Old Tip, . , lord our approach' to manhond I, No; , . , . - 4 i
'The' whip of Mil,sissipl may beset 1,, e win not for 4 moment deb,,Thet, ,--, . . . :.. li ,
while be received 3000 there at the laat and hlueter eo they choose,but our state erv man who is in truth s'nd fott in A- , , , :' . ,
election- They have ittel the hula" ith i.ofe for, Voolloteil by a large mAjer- mermen, Will e'rlay it;ht . WAR. AND 7 ; '' '
number of eleven banks in 'Bade, I
-"'' its. 7'1'Ni' whigs here, es elbwilere.ltave WAR AtfON,E, wan ' OW only refuge - , ' :. r .. 1
assist their paper "hero." If the hard . always clitieled , victories which . they. frm eetteeer degradationour 007
cider party should ',advance backward",
, never, teat norn ver will. Tills is their
r . , coulee to pational prosperity." ; ,, ..,-,-2: .---- - 1:- ,
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m all-their strong holds in New 7 York'. goitie--elaiming Viet which does not Le ', ..-, - ..;4 -, ,,, .-, ,: 4 :
at lift, rate, coo you tell by what mean, tong to' them. .They have fieeuentlY 'e -Í',,..-. fe--THR HARVEST. , : ., 7 1, . ,
Attu think of securing ti
--"I ökmmial claimed the Stale, lett hove elwaysbeen lite Lorelen Globe, of Aug.10, says :-.. We- , i. . I
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, votel ! eaneit Shed, and the same scene is to be hie glad io he able to relieve lir readers from . . . ,r , r
.. the duty of reading the le:netnews of the-charge . 1,s; 2. , ' .".,;i.
I Mr. Buchenen's speech at Erie wee repeated next November. I i
T-Ie4 , b'''' ter and aspect, as ell melba result in pinny inw -, ii.. ' . ,1
I One.Of the most powerful and convincing ting end enthuiriasm has rearm' Ofttl, e sinners, of the present harvest, as the pfeammt,:- . -. ;,,,.', , ; i
1 argements I ever listened to. He car. quelled their hopee, They preteed have monotnify which runs throughthemovititout . :. '1,, . ',
i piton enables us so far to dispense with re . . l
.14(rd:conviction to the M'Ilie Ot sil who never been- brIghter.-4 ,But tie ii'annot exf.e. , , . , , .: ,,, ,
I heard him, He sweltered to the winds discover what they, have toreiliven thirir !Iron
tiihng them: it is only neeesssry tor ns to meet . - l!
that the accoiltte received. within ihe few:o.l. ., . ,.. ,:
I the foul arteries that were first concocted hopes. The demeeraey ere arifi4m as dam and the torosoect as far as anneartinces cull....,', , .., ,, .,,..--.,, i
the tout cones mai were lust coneecieo bopee. The nernocracy ere art n:m se 1 d,i,,,, and the prospect as far as eppeartincescen,',,,,,,..,,,.,,,, -:,
in the Senate by- "honest. John Drivie"
in regard Inilmechanicet w ogee, and buinbtivs ;4. midi- opponents. Their
'be las--t1"1 terntlin.V.1'"1.... -4---rnr multi as jridge tr a eentintfarire or die .ginri - 0,.--, .
outs' warm weedier promise to confirm us with !y ,e-: , ' - , r
sinCe teitareled ll the forlervi ora;a:-e Voice reaches us from every (platter of mild grateful secord of a linutitiy,,,,i.. ,- ;
and editors; and 'said, thet if he bad beim the Ctluel-e'r. - Every gale that blows il more extended
rut, and early, and excellent crop 'get! things.1,, .,,,, .,..,,:-,,. 1
wanted fur man's sepeort., Itlez4les. -, ;- 0., ,., !.
guilty (guttering nuch entitimeetm..,-r; brings willi . .., - - r ..,-.1..-i.p.f....4, , a., -. - ,
it the proceedings or some - .
10 IfiliV-t,e.- 'Wolld deem : meeting, dinner or other manifeetatinn S i'A'rE DLB Lee:tile -mete dein at Penn ,,, ,, ... ,,,,..; -.
himiell a, fit subject rur a sitaight jack.: of their sentiments. We ceenot be mis sylvania is computed tabs omitting .mere then.:,-,, ,,, -, '.: .,.1.i
thin .two millions of doliers.; The Interem on, .,,,- ,., ,..'., -.' .1
et. and inalei,(1 of Occupyitig a Pest in , taken on this etsbjell. Mietii,-eipi will
iiid Ydlitli id to he raised either bv taxaties,., or' .;:i:., ' '4, i ''!: ' -',ft
Ina U S Stii,A...,tie should have a-plare . caw her vote for Van Buren beyoult a est;Ir leans, which lintel node ; mild-Andy in;,,.,,' '',Ar7..,,,,..,,,'',. k'4
'4114- n..la Iti' 1,1ut i I is n o I presumable ,doubt. crease the evils. The tax bill, pulsed Arnie lest ' s- . ' , 1
1 het -the opposition will correct any of I . .....; - ', session of the legislature, tx me intended to tee. 7-t.6,'.:',---.. .,;': ,.t' i
' their numerous falsehoods no, not : TENN ESSEEEttract of a lett'r cue the commenxveatth from impending hitt. , , . .. , , ., .
reptile TherplespEtilaitNi.ori ortfuctlifeLsiiiteirol7,.'..-, .- ''.1',.;i1,1,,i1,,,,- i
themi for IlleY Ito just lis naturally as a i from a gi ilieitidill iii A behbille 10 9: 1)1y igi;o0t 1,7r-0.000 por.rmR, a whom eel It Ilid ',,, ', , ' : 0 ,
pig squeals,. The conventitio . was ad7 ltivnd lir New Weal sit . - .
line sue- fifli are tuAable, 'w Nth require :the, .', -',,,,,. k ,
livered by Wm F. Packer, Dr. Brunch, 'One of the delegation to the big 48Yment Ily emit itt.liidtiat or 1,0eri e!)( (it,iiel.".. .lr '. ,., 1,i :
ell ibr liible;t: ' 1111
(in (1!Tinani) 3' W' P(ITneY9 j". Bete "'event."'" 1.1."al ' ("es Ce""1."-- tiTiliut'ilininY1 tilt', tTfiseitilit'ne iclrons'Ntiv a ,:vo,i- turib'e-'7 1 1
eid,e.,and othere; and a adjoureed wuh- his neriteutold me whon we Wetfi ridine liezen, pr.Ovided enelli ,iPuild.' is '1.1;i;ort rfttlia:'' ,
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auntie slightest accident to mar its home from Gin. lacksee's the day' he :4inte crediftwo for nnt entelishorr,rof ens hues,:
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harrannyi... ,- . ::---.--",.,' ,-.: ..-..-:-'.," gave a dinner, !hitt out ofqin the del-1 ðred dellera Pit aUntitnrYesseniAlme,i,1,-., - . ,, ;
i,, p.a....l.bid alorarit 'forgoten to men. egation, J 1 wore Demerit., befercand t -; i ' '
lion that the hard cider' swige, held-. a Mei aftet tbey got here and heard Hen- - . . i I t
convention at Erie ou the same irlav. ry Clay &peak, three more changedin We onneuriced in ein tut dist the irà'n eine
Nail manufecturers adds city had increased the- ,
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In voters, we beatlhem'nearly two 1-iy fine 11 went back determined'to vote for price of them ertieles ten dollersper ieri,, end. ,, i,,
one. 'TLeir numbei were principally Van Buten. He also said that the Ed
mado'up of boy'. women, Canadians itor of the Chntanoogn Whig paper. a
and negroes1 Their ptincipal orator rabid Whig, told him that lie believed esti c retina. , ,, ,- ' , ' ... - 't, .
It Is thus that the policy o' the democrntic-Art
was Charley Ogle, who gave 'them an there were at least 200 changes though :
miniatrition is drawinithe coinitry gradually.
essay on "opoenery and cookery dd he was eorry to say they were far Van from the presitur,e of, the banks.. While a hime , - :1;
REPRAIL Berm). Ile also Paid that be knew of existed that the Independent Treasury .110 , ..,, ,
changes and could point them out, in might be defeeted, the mind nt every business tl
Extract fro n a letter.) men Wee undeeideti and harressed u to the . ..,
Franklin and Gilea, and had no doubt course he should pursue in kis calling. , BO A , '
MASS CONVENTION AT P
ilhe State would go for Van Buren by a Sillee the passage of the bill they bee their vvav . ?,':i'l.'
KEEPstE THE DEMOCRACY A
argo majority. The democrats are not clearly s they inertia just idea nir its salutaryijt..' . i'i
ROUSEDN YORK. Wjlit, BE recta on the products of our own country and 4
-- REDEENIED, ... all scared, notwithetanding what the .., ,
their attention is directed tri sneh articles es thi ,r .1''
whigs say to the contrary. The letter
Ponointreesti. Sep. 16. most profitable for traffic.--Pitts. Man.: -,. , r , i rp .
addressed to Gov. Polk, by 117 persons ,
This day will long ' be remembered ---
the A reus is roving Id be a formate
, , Fre, the Albany Argus,. .., , ..., , ' ,. i l';,.4i, ,
in the annals deur history, as 006 of ' t- ,-- , f ',.;.,':'
Mr Va'n BurPen's, MJ Crogben's and
'he prondest and brightest eras of the A ni-sEW ALLY FOR FIAR11150N. ,- , . ,
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Mr. Calhoun's letters are playing the t .1,,t
Democracy of Eaetern New York. d 1 . h h "
evi. wit w iggery. LOOK TO IT FREEMAN. , ,'. ..,- , 1 ''-.',1
rhe people have aseembled in their , . An American who writes from Londoe. fon I. ;,,, ,
------"----- the 28th ult. see N. Y. Ev. Post. Agua 18 ) , ' l-, I.
&Oil, and Me fiat has gone forth that Mr. VAN BUREN AND THE expresses his strong belief; derived frem cenve'r , '., t''li',
New York trust be redeemed, and LATE WAR union with a prominent American IneeeliaedOlb MI.,
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tenet 'minder the bonds nf whig mins London, a federnlist, end very dezirled in iiie i'''',
In 163'1 on the oecaaion of the note- i .;
role, with which the people of the state hostilities to Mr. Van Buren, that the money o( ,,: ,
hie neje' ction OT Van Buren by the British Bankers nnð Stock-Jobbers would be -
have been manacled for the last'twelve
months, and that the Empire City, of Whig Senate, BS Minister to Eng- thrown Profitsely into the election against Mr.' '' ' '' k'
the empire State, 'hall be 0000 again '
Natew Y:rke .. t.:. t
. I id,- th d Lmeoecirealatiteumeroberis of the 1.TanD0,100 Ile says: -, - . .,,,, 0...i . . -.. ,;
re addressed a "From a conversation with k a prindiple It ' . ,',' ' ,i
estored to her legitimate place among
her sister counties. le it e r to Generbgl Jackson. Alr Tail merterhriAnillonr.nbt,ywt:hhooswe itnya,nitse tuviryildl ont:iidt endieinti. . 4.,, , ,,.'1.i:.. 'il
madge wrote that letter and with mit- ti!'n
At daylight this morning banners . . ...,. his hostility to Mr. N an ilium)! rim Verl.eltit'h ,, - ---i i
ere, signed it. Speaking oi 51r Vila
were displaynd across the atreete of the .. - disposed to think there ia more in it than is gen ' ', 't 'i,s
Duren, he sayet - erallv supposed on the oilier side, anti diet 'per- ,,,.,.
vilkige, on the most of which were in- ,--- ,-- t
"Our citizens have iven re eated evi- sons.in this enuntry interested in Amerman seen , ' ' , . 1.1 t',
.ieribed the grand rallying cry of "New , . 0 . P. . ....
York must be redeemed I' ,About 7 , , ,
donee of their confidence in him. w ith titles have already contributed snd forwarded to . ' , . 'Y'i Q
America, large amount of money,to be used in -, '' ;''' ."
toe watchiuinesa becoming a free peo- 1 ' 1 .. d f , r, - 4 .
o'clock vehicles of every description. t le coming e ethon. In at o I le pa
feet." ., .-- . r' ' .' .1..''' ''' ''' L. '..''' ' ' 1
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I th had regarded his conduct, in to President Van Duren. and that a much toper 7 .:, i, it
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freighted with the hardy yeomanry and 'P e eY
the various stations of the State... They amount will follow, if it can be used with., sr, , , , I ;i
unfimehing democracy, came- pouring
had witneseed his attachment under au, , it', ;-
into the village from every avenue,who,
Strewnstances to the principles' of the These are the menu b whiehlbe &teed 1 r , - . 1,1, -
from their gladsome countenances.gave
d h h d
y o the country,an t ey a
evidence that thic,ilay would indapd be, liarirson are now see me o o t. te reo.,t . , , ,, , ,
h' Y t d r it ti Dr 1") ' '.' f ! '
raCenti evinced the estentnf their con,
it holyday among Mt; DemoerseYof the grimy. Never eines we have bekAl goveris-i- f ,,,,, , 4t ,
. , it ,,-, meet itatesuch an effort been ma& to put down' . ,'",.. . , . ,1:, , 1
the people. The Money Omer his tatienitiel . -, -,- ' l;, il
fideneeYkit.eleVating 'him' to,suu rupee(
counties bordering the mighty Dodson.
ottlee withie their rift.' ; , - field with nr.hhishing fivetranit leithr hae the . ,., , ;',,i. P
There was the old grandeire, 'whose - ., -- I, -,., ., desperation of this party carrit:d it, that, the.tot..., , ., , i ,
- in attempting to. titigmatize ivir van
hair waa whitened by the frost ormany ten monarchy of Great Britten' is called in tis - -' , ' t,;, i
,;. Bureo,, therefore. am en opponent of Lend its Assistance! ,The proof of this is seen - ' . 1 I
winters, who could tell pie of the eirng
' the. War, the ' Whigt - are doing him every where. MoneY la flowing like water as IS I
Moo for trantinm in ihn Anita that 'striae,
tne vier, Ine IN nigs ere Going nim every where. Monet is flowing like water s.,
tremble. It was emphatically '"en aN glee for freedom in the days that Pined i ,ii t ,.
my with bannere"yee, ' a "Blending menee ionise there wee the man nf ma. , the greatest injustice4 and that ino,in mong the Log Cabin and Hard Cider gentle.. )!:' i,
army"--and just rich an' one ae haunts hire years, who was an actorin the 'see '' theyery teelh of one of the leaders of menthe votes of the people are arergh0.0 be . ICI ' ' ;7l
unblushingly waned -every thing thet weskit" - t ' ',
the imagination of federal bankers, and oad war 'of our Independencee there. ,their own :party, whose evidence can dothat proscription pan do -will be done! : ' . - ii.. r
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makes them tremble in theiri marble too, was hoWho bad just 'errived;te the :must be obewn to be basely false, be- . ,. .
palaces.. . While Martin Van Buren period af manhood, burning With the rite -fore the unprincipled' Charge . can be FREEMEN r Stand fast to your principles! ' . A . 1:,: ., t. 4 '.
has myriads of those who form the be!. ollectión albs deeds alai:forefathers made to have any weight.. In this di Bel 'me eff '64'1 Theugh we Maý nee reeler i- ',, I, . ,I t , ',
nmi'..b monhey.as the bankers and nabobs', ow , , . ,, .,:,' -,;,,',
war of the country to defend bim, end in the sacred tams of,Democratie Ult.,. i lemm a We leave them, and new sub-.
them to,' . join the.annexed extracts from'en ed- rtillanktOt filinhastuIrtlit icitatlitteri'llnsti ntibwee hr. ''' ii; f i
stand by our cherieheil eprincipleri, he erty, folly reigived to emulate.' yon ev , ,, , I i
has nothing to fear from starched end their exertions. iiiipreserve inviolate the':-,; 0"19-Kt. the people of Nese,' York,
prieeipiee,,whieb,,,,,-, Tr;ittens'oy ..Mrst Van-Buren' March cry thing else. ' We ' have the 'ernes t !His, " , i, ii
furbelowed popinjawa' who wieh to ride eeton4 and linmatable know this; and therefore eedeswir to wesn, tie ., I ' ,' t
from OUT primal les Ito buy us WO their reeks
rough ehod over the community, on they had estalilishedWitli so much.ike,s'::,'Vett:,18;2' ;',,,,-:'1,.' ''' -'''' '-,..''..,' '74- ' ' i' ' ,,, ''
andA to get our; institroions into their harry , ' ' ' ' -
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ll'iheir horse called "exclusive privilege." titcrt and lair il.-,ii ,,T,,-,;;;As 3fri-4 i: 1.,ItTellow iittenoti--:Yeer ceuatry Ari.lit. Landel jake cake n01301111 ne equal to 'hie -,-.,, ' ' li - '
T e tight vpirit, Me animates every 1 artrnot abate give yeti. precisely, war, vild Greataltsteln II her.- eiteitt 1,, t'lreSellet crisis. . t ' -,,,;, i I ,:,: A.A. ,, 4 t , ; 7 :'... i
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bream, atilt be assured Abet the vote of the order ofpncesiont Bullice it Irt say indelgo us in.ii brief examiliatinetins:ebri.11i,er Z,
Mr; Van Buren will be verily - inertia.. that the Iiinilere and music were free causes. hieb tiaVe led to ift
.1 , pther'dsv tie p ilemsteretedid yott kmrsi , , 1.,:.. ,,
a .. , 1, hid vis o u iun ou rive,,,i: 's,rp: dn. te;feade.: is;itali '1:i:tali-It; '.,,,: . ' : , . ''' . ,;',1: '''1-. tp. : '
eed in this section : from 1836. The erly diitribute0, Bed that thewhol-e.Be from the necceitsari limil;'of an ri '
British whip commenced the miserable formed-a most glorinui ppectatile;'" ' dretti il moil be,;.-tve,yet hep.e, 14,,will'r:t18;",dr2clarm '
humbuggery a litle too pooth end, their , Geo. Arliirgeo Levoitti, Wag enthesies--,, be found illefilcient le convinews,e;eir,.A"1771-...-12,9:OEr LI . 'IA v.1'1-114:4,-- ' 'n 4 4J. s:''' ' '' . 1.i' It ) '
system of universal lying Ant! ,.gullibilf atilli called upon-4k reside;ail-il A 110'113)0'nest matti; of the Iligh justice end ine'"'-'1111; "l" " "IN' 'n'lle ' ' 'eP"r ', "I- ''''';';' ' ' - l''' i'l '
ty has been earned io far That they ere the organizittisn Oho mettini.'ISenit-rlinpeilailbie; neetiaity of :the , attitude:4'271c, rat, "Geieral Harrisoa bas,nont '. --,i ' ', i :
atm', of, double Om agied":irt:,-A ,: ,',. ,-1 , I f.i
now quarrolltng among themeelvee, and,tcr Wright took tbe eland inibe midtzt which der gnvernment hao taken; of the 4,!:O'ng
don't Whine a word OW , etch , other of deafening pleudits. ' As big ipeech ûcritt dutT of every real American to ell ill "11 Prlliw 311 Vlui Iluren..'1 il -' : A -, '
t-;'. ---s - ,i1.,s-i ..i--.' , ,-;tir , i' k J, . : .' ' , -
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existed tliat the Independent Treasury Bill
might be defeated, the mind ni every business t. '
msn WAS undecided and harrassed as to the
enurse he should pursue in Ilia calling. But.
since the passage of the bill they beß their wav
clearly s tl.ey hnve a just ulea or its salutary ett.' ' i '
recta on the products or our own country tintl . i . 1
thoir attention is directed to such articles os tho ,"
most profitable for traffic.Pitts. Alan. ; . i , i ,,I 4 ..
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A NEW ALLY FOR FIAR 111.50N. ,.., , , , t , ' 0
LOOK TO IT FREEMAN. - ) '''',t 1
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An American who writes from London. el I. I, ,
the 28th olt. see N. Y. Ev. Post. Acust 18,) ,'' t Id 1
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expresses his strong belieC derived Imm cnnver . . , ,
Nation with a prominent American merchant, in "li 1. ''
London, a federalist, end very dezirled in is !I. 'il; ,,,,''' '',. : t'l
hostilities to Mr. Van Buren, that the money o( '..
British Bankers and Swett-Jobbers would he
thrown Profitsely into the election against Arr.' 4 ' k:', ',,
Van Buren. Ile says : . . , 0,..i - ,,
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"From a conversation with ' a prindiple 11 ' ' t ,t
mertean merehant, whose name I will not mem. ,, li 1'
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. Fling out the flu 'from the gailsot mast, AN ADMIRABLE LE'rTERME.
the blighting thfluence of partial legislei othe blood be upon their own beadit," I tempt no report. Able addresses,whic
t Let the shout of the crew be heard, 4
whit, the bak thudded is Hying fut . VAN BUREN AND THE wA,,,,
O'sr theses like a mountain bird I , ..
Let it rest on the breast of the glorious eon . We copy the following letter
- ' when the lig Smwl "ism at. "14 Van Boren from
' . And on let it tiost when the day is done,
- In the sheen of the silvery moon.
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r TIES OF LABOlt : - ligation onabor w
For it breathes a calm in thin tender light, tion eildraseed to h
Tbro' the skyward sailor's eve. . the l'ennaylvan
of Mr1 '
with the remasks of the a .
' ditor lion, monopolies, congregated wealth, as a certain certificate hero eaid Oa a I have no opsee to notice-. et lone
and interested combinations, the tom. memorable 3Ccaatoth
We salutary relationli.1
'II be seen that in reply to a clue.
Ir Van Buren I. my is diatuwthbeend
"Int 1'1- the natural order ergo&
b ()tie ur other of these ea
rieeIollopyreserve 'A large number of Democrats from I' McKegnr
Ohio were present, and although they,
Caine frOM the federal reserve, they Da"lagl. '
uses, that the brought glad tit'.
wages of labor become inat'equate. . did not brag like I
he people of the U. State may be t it v g
takes oocasion to Rive his vieweat some . .1...1 . ...A L.:. r 1, ye la, aye us every - 1 were made by Messrs Vanderpool, .
ings with them. They; thoofteed
he hard cdor awigs,1 li,t.c,e of Loulaivne and Mai,
This meeting was mamenries thirt
people at least beliongfurontoon ill,
groomdt delegations poured
gokurence that , co.itties, and, nothing could exceed it
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