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44w-enable the Beetruf fannaylsama and the rail i the fit illness, prudence and sagacity of General more cruelly, iippression, and slavery of the
w'read and tamable speculutms to borrow more Ilarriaan, whether wc have a war or not. We body and tnind, than is to be found in 03'rue-snooty.
',The Linvernment of the United States deprecate the idea ol going to war war with tories of England. Yet this is the aountry We
."11 911;18 "1"4") Imt illjePenddn4 -it wili.bectmle telt a Comtortnder,led by the nose by Webster,
aro pointed te, by Daniel Webster, and his high
, the creature. the footbett of Zweig(' influence;
a Boston Federalist who once dediared, "Ile 'tariff meni.as worthy of example-1i tit to 161-
-end shetagh4'heroic voice fa free and soverign -would rather see the enemy better down the low. In an extract front a report lately made
..pimple, jealous of rhea- liberties, end ertlent walls or the. Canitol than annrovriate ONE . - .. . .. ..,,
imoney. - inn uoverument es me unites mates deprecate the idea ol going to war war with tories of England. Yet this is the oountry We
'el 9"8"1"4") btt illjePenddn4 -it wili.bectmle wit a Commander,led by the nose by Webster,
arP pointed te, by Daniel Webster, and his high
the mature, the foothett of foreigo influence;
a Boston Federalist who once &Oared, "Ile 'tariff men, na worthy of example-1i tit to 161-
. end shetagh,heroie voice of a free and soverign -would rather see the enemy batter down the low. lu an extract front a report lately made
..pimple, jealous of thew liberties, end enfant walls of the. Capitol. than appropriate PNE
to the Briish louse of COliK1101111, may be oses.
tor the national honor will be drowned in the
LI DO LAR FOR ITS DEFENCE:"
Jeleanors of needy borrowers, spurred Oil by in. I - - a faint idea of the bletsings resulting frosetan
-titerested foreign lenders, PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE.GOV ufictures, and a High Tarifa
Such of we do not err is the conclusions we ERNOR PORTER'S AIESSAGE. - In speak ing of the Factories about Nottingi-draw
from the indications alrealy eshibited,will
rbe the result al' that triumph of Federalism. This body met on Illondly of last weeL Gov. hem, it says
The usual hours of labor are, nbout Nutting
which has called ((nib the devout thanksgiving Porter's Message is short, plain and full of
ham, TwENTy HOURS A DAY. The chit--
of its pious votaries. 'As lovers of our country meaning. tegard to the banking system he
then are up at all hours film night. when the
- et nil pious votaries. 111 lovers or our country 1 -w---3- - '' ., -
then are up at all hours film night, when the
". we kope -we ere mietaken.in cur auguries. But I refers the Legislature to his last nressage for his t lace machines are at work. They are general---
Oa &arena stronger than our hopes. The vio 'views. Ile hopes that body, before it adjourns, 1 dlytat work Twenty hours of the day. 'i he chit.
ni, from nine to filleen years ()rage, are o
' tory is that of sordid interests over free and Jam 'Aged to be in the mills during the whole night,
will have thoroughly reformed the imperfections ..
ly principles et rational liberty; and the fruits,jf system adult state. and the day too. They very seldom get oat till
and abuses dills banking
' we do not err will. be worthy of the source 1 ten or eleven o'clock, and when the lace mitis
lie is opposed to the emisbion ot email notes, are at work, 'FWENTY FOURS A DAV: the
-, -from whende they sprung. 1
and recommends that no increase of bankint, cap Oil& en must be during the whole ofthat twen
: tarough:their I
ty.four hours, either on the premises, or where tatives. ank bought House of Represern.
A fg, ital be made. Ile thinks the present rasurnp.
they can be called out of bed whenever wanted.' t
lion aspect payments are calculated to be las. This is not only their condition in Notting. TowN MEETING,
CAN I, DOVEit, onto.
lion of specie payments are calculated to be las I This is not only their condition in Notting.
CAN I, DOVEit, t)Iito.
, .... ling, and further adds, that should :any bank ham,but throughout the Manufacturing district&
ERMA Yi JANUARY 15 ,1841. suspend, its charter shoLld be immediately for.
., . And we have scarcely an arrival froni England;
- THE REFORM LEGISLATURE. - felted. Ile speaks favorably dill internal int.
but brings account's of deatitsfrom starvation, in
provements, andeuggests that those not yet 611- .
Years ago,. we daW a cariacaturs.- where a -these very factories. Yet England is e Nano
...1,10km was welted in a cart tail foremost, and islied becompletediand then to et"PennsylvaLia
facturinr and Commercfal Country, and we tre
pause in her career of internal improvement,
' the drirer Setting on the top of a whisky barrel
and test for a titne the usefulness and value of called on by the Whigs to copy herto levy a
beating hint on the hoed to make him go for- 11 gh Tariffto abandon Agricultural pursuits
the stupenduous achievments she has already
-tard Larboards. Just so with our !louse of Rep.- to erect a Factory in every village; and sot our
,,,. reaentatirm Baring rode to colum,mns on a made The public debt is stated at $36,790,
I children and ourselves to tending !lemming, and
477n5q.691.. 0,111:e:afue or pub, lie propertyisi. ;
cider barrel, they are endeavoring to make their -33: winding bobbins twenti hours a day,if wo wish
- " - 4:13 370- q0,showing abundant resources, though
"Reform' go forward, backwards. Fi.e weeks 1
not immediate), available. Ile reprehends the
-tif the session have been consumed at an ex.,
practice of bringing children up to work in tho
pens to the State of abuut $12,000, and all the
hi ctories without the benefit of education, and
Reform they have made, is in the State printer,
also reprooates the practice of making the halls
whom they have chisselled out ofThirteen hurt.
politico! gladiators fo
dredriellars, by viblatieg the contract made With nf legialanen arenas' fur
fight in. The mineral resources uf the State,
at the time he was elected. In.-printing, 1
are also highly spoken of. On the wbole, the
there:is what is calledfða matter, and solid mat.
Message contains a great many good ideas done
ter. On the letérthere is-at the present ptices,no
plain and unsephistueated way, which
proEt, while in the fortner there io a good profit. I u!' a
cannot fail FE!SO the author in the estimation
In order that he slumid mrd make foe much,
contract was male with the State erintdr when dull honest men.
contract was male with the State printdr slim
elected, that theprice ofsoild matter should bo
cut dotvn, and tlib fat matter lekto nralts up the
loss. So things went on until this Session,
when a resolution rimed the Muse,' &ling a
way with the printing of n arly all the flit prin4
ting. it was concurred by the Senate, in
consequence film or fiat Pooloc;ais toting
with the Federalists. Tills we believe. to bo
' the true state Of the case, as pear as we can get
-at it, and it is but prom to make it known. So
it is seen a contracrbas Imola violated, and the
State l'rinter now wor.ti the what ? For, Gio.,
cy, and findshinuelf at till'. Thole -ie. one thing
however-that --is' &utak' g!ory will neither
cretuch'diethirst; nor 'satiate the appetit3 of
,natcre,-and we dol.'t see how the State panto' ,
toVand it. We should foci' '
011itiO'WhiAts, a pitifctand contemptble at.
tempt on the part 011ie whige to break him
dJwn, because he is editor of the Statecni.i,
iå disgraceful to the members of the Logisla
tore as it is dishonorable-to the character of th.,
State, and those democrats Who voted to plea4a
the ilankors, certainly dwerve the thanks of
those lid scut them there. Their names are
l'ilessrs lion', Leonard:Semi, Spangler, and
Speaker. We are gtad to see our Se -mita and
Leprosentative take a decided stand. .lie that
is a Demoerat,let him never be ashamed to show
The Whig Reformers ate pledged- to reduce
their own salaries. We want to sae thorn at it.
Many of them only hold their seats on the faith
of that promise. Action, action, Gentlemen,
that's the errd. Cut off-that cloven or '
the people ts111 do it for you.
A PRE'rEXT FOR A-WA R.The British
Mitt!ster at Washington; has called on the Americatt-Government.
-to release' a man named
McCleod, IfOW tuatody -in the'State of New
York, on a charge of murder and ars3n, R3 corn
mitted at the burniag ofthe Caroline, an account
or which may he found on our Gist page. The
President has replied that there ie no validity in
the demand, inasmuch as the ease comes within
the jurisdiction of the State of N. r, in which
the act was'perpetrated.
'The circumstances nonnected with 'the -arrest
of the prisoner, (says Mr. Forsyth) forbid
his release. ile wart charged with arson corn.
mitedateron American soil -turd American prop
slim. The history Nita bttrning of the. Caro
line truth history lira grcat'eutrage, and ' the.
prisoner was cotifined or twanged under the
charge of being ono ore bttnd of lawless martin.
dem He made his appearance in New York
'voluntarily, eller tho commission of the trance,
'end was imprisoned as one of the guilty party.
'The president ,'"atiatinues Mr Foreyth, knows
Of no principle of international law which calls
'for the release of such an otrender.
'The President has -frequently been Charged
ly.Federil editors, with neglect orduty in not
demanding of the British Government, redress
for the burning of the Caroline, and the invasion
cf our territory. By the correspondence just
ymblished.it appears he has done his duty in ma
ling and reiterating the demand, an no &nen.
hu been paid to it bythe British Governs
ant. Will those editore vvho have wronged
Mr. Van Buren, correct the error ? We alien
lee. It will test. dish honor. In the mean
time, what will be the end cif this controversy,
k beyond conjecture. Ware have sprung trona I
alighor Huse' then that. It will depend on ;
, Go ft yo Cripples. The Franklin Bank sof
dell honest men.
11'n honors, has gone into liquidation, 'which
HOW 70 cur RIO OF A BAD- CUR. means in western language that it is about "burs
RENCY.Froin 1817, to 1825, (during the ted up."
prosperous career atilt! U. S. flank,) the peo
fo day, is Mc daij fixed on tbr a reiumption
ple ,11 the South and Western States, W0f0 curs flock, paymoots, bv the Banks or permysi.
en with a depreciated paper curreocy. The vailia. The U. S. Bank has notes in circula
manner in Mitch Kentucky relieved-herself. of 1 tion to the amount of 11,000,00, It is itideb..1
the burthen, and restored things to a:lound state ted to other hotitutions and depositea, about
.To pay this stint, it has in specie ,
of operation, is described in Niles' Rezister,Feb.1.9,1)9,000i
1623,and is a caution to Lankers:
"More good POWI.Bina or tho bnnk tho
Commonwealth of Kentucky, to nit amount or
seven hundred thousand dollars, were burnt at
Frat.lribri oti tho MTh ultimo. A lbw mon;
good fires liko this. nod We slut!! begin to expect
remittances limn our from our. frictids in
Again, he says
"" """ "' ""'" '" 't"'''' I Eighth of January. The Democrats of Co
remittances limn our from our., filetids in
Kentucky." haulms, and the Democratic members of the
Again, he says Legislaturei celebrated the gforiom. Eith, by a
"Kentucky is going 9n nobly in the work of splendid supper at the City House. Of course
bu'riraniienift p11,1,11rol!,r,e,Yro.f ;11!'iri'mwirrnesiliel;eIYbyantiutriel; it went off well, Ntme canied home un a wins
$I.401,000. in Mites of ilin leink of Kentucky, dow shutter.
he,,ides the rontlagration of the paper of the
hank of the Ciiiiimintweidilt,!,ave been commits Coming Ihnne.-51r. Staphensen, Per 5Iin
te t to tne thirty,,."
ister tho Couit of .4ft. James, has redeemed to
Would the people ór Ohio Follow the slam
be reeatiod. Ile will be "to Lulu" in narch.
example, and put in exceeuon laws which are
pistice Millen, 'of Blaine, ono of our
now trampled upon with impuntey, it WOUlti
most distinguished jurests, died recelitly, nt the
bring about a better state of thiligs in ono year, ago of76a -
than all the aets of legislation could devise. The
Democrats say; 'give es a aimed currency; the Th-cri is asumor, in thONetv Orleans papers
whigs cry, "give us a better currencv;' thu that Me Mexicans imend invading Texas in the
roor manthe 'ahorcr and the mechanic, al spring, and that the inhabitants of San Antonio
want a good currenelt but belbre they get it, arc "malting tracks," in consequence.
they must do as Kentucky didBURN LTP The Mormons. are said to be inereasing very
THE BAD ONE fast. bill to incorporate their city Nauvoo,
to become prosperous and !hwy. May Hew.
en ever avert such a curse rfOrn our land. "Let
no rim in this country talk ot fri.odom, or hap,
pincss, or national prosperity, W110 advocates
shoo a hugo and corrupt system. It is the great
est delusion that ever entared the head. Rath
er would we see every furnity grow their OWEI
corn, and weave their own garments, than that
ours, or any portion alt. should be a country
exclusively manuracturing end commercial."
about two millions and a quarter, n little more
than one dollar to pay every nine with. 'rids
lukes like resumption, yet it is the grent rope.
blur of tho whigs Or rather the great pipe
la) er. She is verily in a sound condition, and
ought to hove charge of tho public deposites
Chie pistico Allen, 'of Blaine, ono of our
now tramuled upon with impuniny., it WOUlti
angioosot ;71i6staitiguislied jurests, died rue:m.11y, nt the
bring about a better state of thiligs in ono year,
than all the aets of legislation could devise. The
Democrats say; 'give us a sound currennyt the Th-cri is asumor, in the Netv Orleans papers
whip cry, "give us a better currency;' tin, that the Alaskans intend invading Texas in the
roor mensthe laborer and tho mechanic, all spring, and that the inhabitants of San Antonio
want a good currenel; but belbra they get it, arc "frialtitig tracks," in consequence.
they must do as Kentucky didBURN LTP Tte Mormons. are said to be increesing very
THE BAD ONE fast. ls bill to incorporate their city Nauvoo,
has passed the Legislature.
THE TARIFFMIK:GERI' A T THE
NO11111, & IIIIIGGERY AT THE SOUTH. The- Buclitys Blarl;smith. Mr. Bacr who Wrifi
an' unsucessful candidate for door keeper in the
"Only rally to the 'aiiprort of tkriisno, and
you shall have a high protective Tariff," All Ohio Legislature, is now in NV asiiington see.
the Federal papers North uf the Potomac. king fur an Mike. lf this minim doss not get
Oh the 20th Deceniber, a comtnittee in the an ollice shortly, the way he'll "din the
Georgia Legislulure, made a report on a.proteco whigs" wont be likr47,
tive 'Which concludes with the followir.g It is generally allowed that a t
resolutionSt not paid for his hat, is ant ilea
Resolved, That any tarn for the pro- , debt.
tion of domestic labtor, is un,:mnstitutional and
No useful. a NotFpaper Eh !A
2. Resolved, That while wo will submit
to imposts commensurate to the wants of the o
we lately- sent our paper, askitr
government, we deetn any further increase of. scnbe, returned the following a
such duties an usurpation of federal power, and margin
an imposition Worse than colonial oppression, tol 'mint no use rot a nusepape
and, a" freemen, we camas:, will not, submit to
Master please to let me go out.
It must' lie 'recollected, that tleorgia gave
e I It is estimated. that there is about eighteen
"Tippecanoe and 7'yler too," nearly 10,000
hundred thousand p3unds of biack pepper, an.,
majority. For what ? IT have a Itigh taritl,1
nualty consunted in the United States.
say his friends at the North. Ali I Northern
and Southern Whig principles are antipodes, ; oklidn gdenbtl ,B relines wzds
in every particular. Already before the Fed
taill'icY turd, inYone of IIIS filb THStied
eral President has even taken hie etat do we on his son, when the latter raised les hare'.
see the combinations; coalitions and factions. wardeilim , and struck lent on the ease, which
that resolved themselvee into one heterogenous coreinenced bleeding and:continued so until:he
mass to elect himfalling apart and detaching
themselves from the original compound. What John Quincy 4thims once said
will be left at the end offour yeare, no one can
clitaenrgðoiintinr nrrmea sirs."
predict. The new President may be likened
We heard it ouggested, that the Mine of our
unto a man that has a yawning Of to cross,and enterprising town should be altered from 'Canal
nothing but 0 hair to cross it with. If he does Dover' to something more appropriate. 'Pus
not tumble in, the whigs may rejoice. awawa, the crigMal Indian name ot our river,
has been mentioned. Iris pretty rind romantic,
MISERY, DEGRADA'flON & SLAVERY. but it has too much of the Tomahawk about it
We ars Wien told by the Whigs that this for us.
country will never become rich, or the people
The BM:1ml ilt Columbus are busy in getting
happy, until we adopt the Manufacturing and up a project of Bank Reform, to send into that
'Commercial systems ol England until there is
s.egistature. It has nOt yet come forth, but
a Factory in every village, Ind a ship in every
we guar ntee that it undergoes a strict scrutiny
sea, It will do for a Monarchist to talk that
ere it gets through the Senate.
way, but it should never come front a freeman
one who believes, 'all men are created equal, Distressing. The Benningin' Vt Gazette
and entitled to the Hine tights and privileges." states the' the children of a Mr Downs, of that
History cannot point to a country where there ia town, in playipg "hauging" during the absence
whige"wolit be iii017,
It is generally allowed that a man who has
not paid for his hat, is corer head and cars iu
No useful. a NotFpoper Eh !--A man to whom
wo lately sent our paper, asking him to sub
scribe, returned tho following answer on the
for a numpaper, besitks I am
of the'r mother, slipped a cord round the neck
ol a little sister; about -two years old. and bung
her up. The children discovering the child
a strangling, hosanna as frightened that they rmn
to the neighbors fur hclp, but before the arrival
of assistanee the little sufferer was dead.
Thai are in the 011ie Legislature 2S Lawyers,
47 Partners, 6 Doctors, 4 Printers, 2 Tailors,
1 Watchmaker, 4. Merchants, liManufacturer,
1 Hatter, 3 Millets, 1 Mill Right, 1 Shoemaker,
1 Schoolmaster, 1 Preacher, 1 Surveyor, 1 Con
fectionor, 1 Gunsmith, 1 Mason, 1 Carpenter,
and 2 other mechanics.
"The Odious Sub-Treasury." A resolution
instructing our Senators and Redresentatives in
Congress, to vote for a repeal of the Indepen
dent Tteasitry, lias been offered in the ouse of
Assembly of this state, and laid on .the table,
This, in the way Bankers vent their spleen
TowN EETI NG,
We are requested to state that there will be a
town Meeting of the citizens of Dover, at Tuck..
er's Commercial Inn, on Saturday evening, rel
ative to the Incorporation of Dover.
TEXAS.-- A bill has passed the House of
Representattves of Texas, accepting the servi
ces of 5000 men to invade Mexico, allowing
them all the spoils. A fine chance for glory and
SINGULAR...IV; find the following in the
Canton Repository nest week!
"A few wooks since, a woman named Seese
came to this place from New Philadelphia, sta.
ting that she had been warned to leave that neigh
!Arbon& She wandered about from place to
place. A fewevenings since she reached the
house of Mr. Robert Taggart of Osnaburg tp.,
and in the course ()Rho night gave birth to a
child; which with the m other died a few days
after This notice is given for the information
of her friends."
Eclipse of the Moon.--On the 5th of February
there will be a total eclipse orthe Moon, visible
in all parts of the U. S. Ile moon will rise
totally eclipsed at Astoria,r beyond the Rocky
Mountains, and sot totolly eclipsed at Constan
tinople. roetant.--A 'Hoosier editor thus notices the
than the dtawing together in the
l'OCUCatort iiuusiur culLo. "sun ,,,,,, ,va alio i.,,11, ,. 1- r
1' rveagsetsmitillitudes, under some plea of
weather up there." the weather has improsl ticket into the ballot, box except sduicali
as may be reeieved in the regular , .
ved amazingly since our last, We have again a
State, all the idle, young
! charge of bis duty shall, On conviction ;ellitegl'ig the eenditten Of things in a
and dissipated people in a nation, and
sky as sunny as the smile of beauty, Indian thoughtless,
thereef, be impritio'ned in the peniten
furnishing means to them to prosecute
drying up.' I tiary and kept at bard labor not more
a reform, by drinking bard drink, living
than five yea's nor leas than. one year.)
"What is gas," asked a schoolmaster of the i
1 Sec. 25. If an) Judge or clerk,ef the lea.,
head 'by, in his class one day. "GassGas, I non On whore any duty is conjoined by this act, at free quarttro, singlig bacthinal ea
I shall be guilty orally wilful neglect deceit du- ! gon2 btroll
ing about the country me
why Gag 'are"Gas are rosum," stems tv or atm r rr t I t in the seem' on f '8' - -- -
1 y c , up corn Ut 0 I. . 0 !the ro a ato s
p p g r of electioneering false
rerred a lint urchin at the foot, catching the I thry same, such judge ori clerk, on conviction I
thereof, shall be imprisoned in the penitentiary hood, and consumating their immediate
masters eye. "That's right my boy. Go up 1
and kept at hasid labor, not more than five years I objects by committing frauds end per.
head." nor loss than ono year,
!juries to carry electiont? When the
TAU ro PRESERVE TII Li PURITY OF ---- --- multitudes thus drawn from the regular
ELECTIONS. CONGRESSIOAVIL. pureuits of private life, end banded tom
gether, and inflamed by artful leader
Mi. raraii's Bill to catch IPipe Layers," 18 (EXTRACT'S FROM THE WASH. to prosecute out:emelt which result in
before the Senate, If i! passes,there will be no .ING1'ON CORRESPONDECE
Mks NEW YORK POST.) nothing beneficial to themselves al the
Email tinamity of stone sawal in the Penetentias OF close albeit labors, are suddenly dis!:
ry next year. A letter front Columbus, informs Wabhington City Dec. 30, 1840. b d d .
un e , without resources and without
us, that it makes the Whigs stare, and -it will iMr. Thomas EWing of Ohio, it is said reliance but on their bad habits, what
but I do not know that there is any foun must be the conbequence? The log
no doubt meet the unqualified opposition of the
pursuit i private me, ana eaneen tom
ELECTIONS. I CONGRESSIONAL.
gether, and inflamed by !rife' leader
Mi. rarati's Bill to catch IPipe Layers," 18 (EXTRACT'S FROM THE WASH.
nothing beneficial to themselves al the
to prosecute sehemes which rekult in
before the Senate. If it passes,acre will be no .INGTON CORRESPONDECE
OF THE NEW YORK POST.)
mail quantity of stone sawed in the Penetentias close albeit labors, are suddenly dis
ry nest year. A letter front Columbus, informs Washington City Dec. 30, 1840. bonded, without resources and without
us, that it makes the Whigs stare, and -it will ',Mr. Thomas Ewing of Ohio, it is said reliance but on their bad hubits, what
no doubt meet Mc unqualified opposition of the but I do not know that there is any foun mitst be the conbequence? The log
dation for the story, hits refused with eabino Ilia wi re haunts end furnish.
horde of Bank Whigs and their pensioned
sonic warmth tho ',like of Postmaster ed bt;mulants to their pattiotibmthe
presses. We hope we may be mioaken, lir a General; Blid, it i furthermore rumored taveins whirl) efforded them free gums,
little while will tell. The Bill contains 27 sec- that the honorable cx-F,enator and his ters for food and rebtand the hued'
eons, and net tieing able to get it all in, we Ort- friends,nre cf opinion that the General that held the funds which urovided all
ly give somc of its strongest features. Pmt 0 tP.eo curries no distinction with this, tiad paid thu travell'ng expenees of
Sec. 4. The judges of the supremo it, and in no evert! can be desiruble to ell Meir busy Ini.siorte, are suddenly
court, president judges of the courts of 'a men of ince, honor fleet dietingutalled eitosed. To who!, then, are these awd
common We've, while in attendance up- live yourg men, and ardcht old ones,
on their reepective courts, shall be al- greateeas.'
'The viligs say thatlif Congtess does fi.led with the spirit of enterprise and
lowed to vote in the township in hie!) not appropreite more then $19.000,000 elated by high achievincnt to resort?
the court lb eitting, in any Congressin for the next y.;ar, they will cull an extra Can they tuddenly give up all their free
al dist rict in which they, muy reepee oeselon. Let them de, it.' indulgoncerelinquibh the idea that a
lively reside for Reeresentative to Con- 'An action broleght by lklesere; Stock change in the Administretion would
Riess; in any Senatorial district in which gainst Mr, Antos Ken- change the condition from which they
they my teepectively reside, for State ton & Stokes, ti
dall, for refusing to pay them prior to emerged to receive pay as pelitcians--
&eater; in any Representatives district the iseeing of a mandamus, is now pro. and turn right around und go to work at
in which they troy respetively resided greel'int; In the Metric Court in this ci- hard labor for a living? Such a refer.
for Heprosentatives to the General As- ty. It is on extiaordinary thing to see motion le as little to be expected in the
senility; and wherever the court may 'Arch a suit entertained. For the pre- clitaires sn attuned, as reform of any
be in soAaion, for Governor and eleo sent, however, it were well not to in- kind from the bands of these bv whom
tors of President and Yice Preisident of dulgii n ny CraletSO Il 110M they were employed, No sober
the 'United t,'Intes.
t;cc. 5. Any porsrn 'who shall vote 'Mr. Clay is yet in Delaware, and 's religioue, virtuous man, of any party,
said!to be quite ill. He is, probably, could look upon the mode in which fed.
in any, county it) which be does nnt ae. holding a confab with John M. Clayton,: erehern conducted the late campaign,
tuit!ly midi), except in the cases sta- and may try to bring that gentleman in- : without apprehension that it would be
ted in the fourth section of this set, tO the Cabinet.' I productive of featful consequences to.
shall be iniptisoned in the penitentia- 'Messrs 'William J. Cooper, and C.: the morals of the multitudes enlisted in
ry and kept at hard labrt not mare than Ogle of the Pennbylvania delegates, it, and the security of those who had.
three years nor tests than otie year. Mr. Evens of Maine; and Mr. Sherrod any thing at stoke in society. The diss
i5'ec. 6. Any person who shall vote Williams of Kentucky, ate all confined , banding of a body corps engoged by
more than once at the sante election, by bieknesst Mr. Ogle is afflicted by , whiggety was hke the disbandirg of
, a Ebtriof mercenary soldiers after it
either in the same or in city other cowl hemorrhoga of the lungs.'
ty, shall, on conviction thereof, be im- 'Mr. John Bell, of Tenness, seriously civil war. The eities vi ill Stiffer for
prisoned in the penitenitarv and hop, wounded his foot, a few days since, and ' years free) The depredations of disban.
at hard kbor, not more than five years is unable to attend the HOUbe; and Mr. ded pipe leyere. and the contagion of
nor less than one year. Henry A. Vt1i6e th quite ill.' 'their wee has already spread into tho
See. 7. Any inhabitant of another Dec. 31, 18,10, '
I country. as well tnorally as politically,n
State, v,ho shall vote in the State, shall There was a good deal of war spirit in
on conviction thereof, be imprisoned in the llonee of Repreoentatives today,
ston . try 1
0.I gn for high wages," as Daniel -
Webster said during the War, when ha
the penitentiary and kept at bard labil, and at ono moment, I fancied that it was
voted to put sixteen dollars a day in hia
not more than five yeara nor ices titan not at all impossible that a case would
own pocket, and refused to vole IS ft
one year. be merle out, of sufficient strength to in
month to the halfclothed, half-fed sot.
diem who wore defeneing their toung
Sec.8. Any person who shall vote, duce 11r. Denial Webster, to volunteer
who shall not have been an inhabitant his services, ao he did on the 3d of
of this State for one year immediately 1March, 1839 to flog John Bull,
procedding the election; or who, at theleotne Ninth of.July," and conquer the I
LYNCIIING.--A most singular act oflynch..
tune of the election is not twenty-oriel Providence of New Brunswick and the
years of age ; or who is lot a citizen of Canada& 1'11 tell you all about it, in a ing hat; been perpetrated at the Orberlin Theo
the United States ; or who bhall have few moments.' 1 logiaal Institute, in Ohio. A young man nom
been convicted of an infamous crime 'Mr. Fillmore, of New York, moved ed Norton, suspected diming the author of
and obeli not have been pordoned and , the printing of 5000 extra copies of thel
tian discreditable anonymons letters to young
reatored to all the rights of a citizen, I Alesr,age and accompanying documents, cer
shall, on conviction thereof; be impri-, received yesterday from the Preoident I ladies of the Institute, was entrapped end de;
soned in the' penitentiary and kept ail of the United States, in relation to the; tamed. Twelve of the members of the bade
hard labor not moreEthan tilt to years i arrest of Alexander McLeod, a British, tute secured the man's'. person, gagged and
' subject, now in the jolt at Lockport, N. I blindfolded him, and then inflicted twenty-five
nor less than one year.
lashee on his bare back, with a cowhide. They
' !See. 9. Aby person who when pro-: York, charged with the crime of mur- I
then directed him to leave the town for thwitin
eure, aid, assiat, counsel or advise a- l der, committed in the year 1838, in des
without going to his room. Perhaps the strong
nether to give his vote, knowing that I troying the American meanie:. Caroline.
gest part of theaffair is, that pie piouo young
the person bus hot been en inhabitant Mr. Fillmore eaid that it would not make
men engaged in it opeeed their proceedings 'Dirk
of this State for one year immediately i a large document, and as it was of great
preceding the election, or that, at the; importance, lie hoped that 11101110110D to proven '
S,C1 loWLI 6solaw
the penitentiary not more than three
years nor leas then ono year.
ni A -6 I
THE INCREASE Or CRIME.
years nor lens then one yean,
upon the extraordinary number of Dui.
Sec. 21. Any person, except a judge, The Washington Globe. in remarking
cides, roberies, murdere, and felonies
of all sorts, that have been recently re
of the election, who shall after procla
prls. ported in the papers account. fer the
Illation made of the opening of the polio,
put a ballot or ticket into the ballot box
tact in the following manner:
shall, on conviction thereof be im
i il 12"sCcae rni tiainnyi nrge twi ehcat it lige inigi nidv oboe table a til op sue;
oned in the penitentiary and kept all
hard labor not mere than three years, 1
to the recent rapid career of crime in
nor less than one year.
our country? Could any plan be devi.
Sec. 22, Any judge of the election ,
better calculated to inetigate out
who shall, after proclamation made of
the opening dale polls. put a bullet or 1 Bedo
'h.. it,. A......:-- ........"L-- : .,
I York, charged with the crime of mur- I lashes on his bare back, with a cowhide. They
then directed him to leave tho town for thwithi
I der, committed in the year 1838, in des
Itroy ing the American steamer Caroline. without going to his room. Perhaps the grant
Al r. Fillmore (mid that it would not make gat pArt ortheafrair is, that .the
a large document, and as it was of great
i men engaged in it opened their promdiugs toidt
. . pioue young
importance, lie hoped that the MOt1011 io prayer.
'time of the election, ho is not twaniy- print an exua edition would not be ob. V
ono years of age; or that he is not a cit- joeted 'b.'. . 'T
izon of the United States; or that he is Mr. Pickens, of 'Soul) Carolina, ho,
not duly qualified from other diaability, ped that the motion to print woJið pro Om
to vote at the place where blid time veil, when; after debetN the corninuoi . i.' I '.1
when the vote is to be given, shall, on cation was read.' T I
of Mr. Forsyth's couched
conviction thereof, be imprisoned in the il'he letter of Alr. Fox, in some in- ,.- I
penitentiary and kept .at hard labor not stancea, is arrogant and diacourteoug, ; l.'
and the reply .$ i '''
more than three years nor less than one
in language of sufficient firmnees, w hit
year. ,i ',,
Sec. 10, Any person who shall procure aid, out being at all belligrent.' 4,
assist, counsid, ur advise another logo or come I 'The t.
mo ion to print an extra editien 4 ','
into any county, township, or ward, rur the pur ' led d th GI
resat , ao in a obe you will find t -
pose agiving his vote in twit county, towns r
ship, or yard, knowing that the person is not cpiee of the correspondence, As the
duly q.;Ilified to yote in such county, township British authorities have at last avowed ! ';
or yard, shall, On t onyiction thereof be impris that the destruction of the Carol e or
oned in the penitentiary and kept at hard la. the waters of the United Sint in I irn t ,
bor not more than five years nor less than one r , . . - lei W18 41
I mete by its timers, it is possible that
year. A ,
Sec. II. Any person who ehall, by i the tranaaetion may lead to serious tub
bribv ry, or other corrupt moans or de- . sequent negotiation and difficulty. The
vice whatsoever, either directly or in-! rest of the setiaion was devoted to cal- i,
directly, attempt in influence any elec- fling the House for petitione; and at
tor ofthis State in giving his vote or bal 3 o'clock it adjourned until Monday
lotior who shall use any menace,tbreat next.' ,
or coercion to procure any elector in Jan. 2, HU.
his employ, as clerk, journeyman, a- ,-,.
h vvh limn the last three days, the r i y
gent, or otherwise to vote contrary to as eon visited by a large number of
the inclination of clerk, journeyman, a- ppohticians, of the "leading .elass," from
gent or other hireling, shall, on convio- ennsylvania, who bave come amoDg be
tion thereof, be imprisoned in the penii
either to participate in, or to settle the
tentituy and kept at hard labor not more growing war between tho "houses of
than three years. 'York and Lancaster," or rather between
Sec. 12. Any person, who shall fur- m , ,
4. Jorin Sergeant "of Philadelphia,"!
nisi) an elector, who cannot read with d Mr. Thaddeus Stevens "of Pooniy1
a ticket informing him that it contains a an ,,
home or names, different from those ,vaa.Ala.
mong the Dumber, is Mr, Joseph
which are writtenor printed thereon, 'R.
itner, late Governer of Pennsylvania;
with an intent to induce him to vote
contrary to hie inclination; or who shall K ' Mr' SPackman, Mr.
rebbs, aud Mr. Conrad. Tbe whole ,...,eth
fraudulently or deceitfully change a bal
lot of any elector, by which such elec..' squad, numbers I understand, upwards .4',,'.7.i'''
of forty individuals; end they are divi-r; :;-' ,
tor shall be prevented from voting for'
such candidates as he intended, shall ,ded bv,tween Mr4 Steven' dnd Mr. Se;tt 1 , ' i
on conviction thereof, be impneoned in å geant ';,i,,v1,,l'e 4t
1,... 3, ,
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