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W Himag ideVALTI! DWELL!, 111 MY COUNTRY."
ISCARAWAS COUNTY, (oincr) JANUARY 22 13-11! YOLUNIE2 NUMBER724 , - ,
"ITU libertas, ibi patria.-- Cicero.
W Himot ideEitTlf DWELL!, 111 MY COUNTRY."
11 MITCEIENER.EDIroz & PROPILIZTOL
CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWAS COUNTY; ( mu) JANUARY22 1341!
From the Newaorker,
AWAY I AVVAY 1
I've thrown them all away I away I
And not a single token
h left me to recall the day
His fickle vows were spoken.
The scarf he o'er my shoulders threw,
The ring, (his name was on it ,)
Ilia card, the flowers, the billetducx,
The warm and nattering sonnat-w
Away away !
I've thrown them all away.
rve thrown them all away I away 1
And brightly on the morrow,
Will beam the eye that yesterday
- - Was d isnuled an hour with 1191TOW
The chain, the lute, the singing-bird,
7he books he used to bring ine,
The letters which my tears had blurred,
The songs he used to sing me.
Away away I
I've thrown them all away.
I've thrown them all away I away !
The thoughts of the false hearted:
And now my heart's as wild and gay
As if we'd never parted;
The &yr is on my cheek again;
And every single token
Ho lett me to recall the pain
Of vows so falsely spoken
4 I've thrown them all away.
THE DREAM OF LOVE.
have seen a bubbl nlown into its
clredlar and indescribable beauty; on
ite brilliant surface were painted the
most inimitable pictures of light and
life; graceful clouds floated in the bosom
of the mimic sky; a tiny sun irradihted
the little world, and cast all the tnegic
of light and shade over a landscape of
most bewitching oplendor, A ereetion,
as bright as a poet could imagine, glow.
ed before me; but a wave of the air
koke the spell of its transitory, but
beautiful existence, and it wae gone. It
was like a dream of love. If there is
one happy being in creation, it is the lo
yer in the luxury of his visionary aspir
ationsif there is a sill& bliseful MO
ment, like a star eparkling in the shad
owy fiimanent of life, it is that which
discovers a long nourished affection to
The moon. as ehe rides on through
be ihfinity of space, bee not a greater
effect upon the oceantide than has the
passion of love upon the tide of human
thoughtnow permitting it to settle
down into a state of temporary tranquil.
ityegain bidding it heave and swell
bv the magic of its viewlees power.
Without it, whet would be the world
ti creation without life: yet, posses
Ping it, se we do,' how does it discoin
poste the soberest plans of reason? How
fin ibe loftiest bulwarks of stern' lotto!
iby tilt. down and disappear before the
tragrence of its breath? It is tho poe
try oftneught, when reason slumbers
on her litately throne, or wanders away
in happy thriams. It is scarcely to be
clefilied, for it seems io:a perpetual ha
le of bat light which 'dazzles while it
fiscinetes the niind'a eyir It is to the
ituirit what euushine is to the flower.-
luring the fragrence from its bosom, A
bringing out till the energiew flits yount.
nature, or onithe hend of beauty, to tht
slumbering lute, pees tig over the silent
chords, till "it cloth discourse meet el.
had a young friend just rising into
nianhoed fiery and unsettled es the
warrior steed in battle, his eareer was
0 unguided by prudence or thought. A
never,failing ilow of spirits made him
always agreterblehe was full ol sense
end frolic. Ile could bring a tear into
your eye before- the mile had left your
liphe wae all hope and bappinebe.
Suddenly he etood before me an al
., tered being;.his eye had grown melan.
chid), and full of meditation. Its mois
ture was oflen suceeded by a fleet);
its-fire again., extinguished in the trem
bling tear. Ile sliuuned the rude Own
er of the beetling world, arid would Vied
away into sonie solitary recetre, and in
the still shade of the flotett ponder on
the sweetnees of his oen sorrow. ills
tnind became elmoet world by itself,
sod thousands of visions rose obedient
to the call ocreative thoughthis soul,
lifted high on fancy's wings would ex.
ploro, in its wild and beautiful career,
the fathomless regions of imagination,
threugh all the variety of its magnificent
domain. He loved deedly, devotedly. It
wityi tit. re than lov ;it was adoration. The
object of his passion was all that woman
could be. There is no object in all ore
ation half so splendid as such a being
the charms that ere diffused through
the whole universe seemed gathered in
When the sun is going down in the
West he loaves behind him a bright
light, but is insipoted to the light of her
eye. The fnagrance of the rose w as
not PO delicious h$ the warmth of her
breathmusic could make no melody
like the thrilling tonee of her voice. Her
motion is more graceful than the heave
of the sea, or the change of the cloud,
end the magic of mind gleaming through
bor wordos and looks, and actions, abed
around a charm more grateful than Ara. he gave one long gaze, and looked no more. , M Y SISTER.
From A Patter's Journal.
Nu wonder my hero bowed down brp He knew not how, but he stood by her ;rave s
fore her; no solider Witt Ille hOlinð of .
laudIvith no rellariworailibuiteart iinitille
Eighteen years ego
tod they were bowing the coffin toward' the i strane
hertvoice was in his ear, that her image '
Piled 1 sister, About:three years of age. My
was before him iri hie daily occupations, dark barrow pit, a heap or flesh earth Wel
and bora L Pert in tile mteriee ef hiat at itd dida. smne mid, "vvhere sie the cordd" moats', lad"ilnigrated from England
dreams, l'here wue no aErectation in I II 1 il h
e .ii-nr t e ouswer "here they are," end the wilh Et Secon.ti hueband, and the beet of
her nature, and she confeseed she loved i cogiii void gni summer, together
himthey eeemed created for each nth dually let down into the bottom
I of the grave, it set firmly on the pound, mid he ! with
the first Anstirieali
the fatigues of a long voyage, ptov
er; arid who Would have believed that! beam a voice Bay i ed too olu,:h (or her feeble frame to en.
fate; but I am digressing. "there, that is right, draw up , &ire. We liti.dieled beside bar death
bed, the Obe eleven, the oilier three
1 the rope " Then there was a mound as tribe
There is something very melaw,holy 1
otid received her parting hies
in the reflection that env woman can orders were obeyed, in the set of doing it, a few 1 years old
in the reflection that any woman can orders were obeyed, in the act of doing it, a few ; years old id received her parting bles
sed eard her last prayer, the
die; but to him that she ehould peribb,1 graing of sand and pebble dropped upon the sing.
warm., presto, re. of that soft hand, and
sweet' 60 e -of thalgentle vole
was the very agony of despair. He had coffin, then all was still, then a handful of soft,
left her for a few daye,' -intending when
hears never been forgotten in the etoro.
he returned to ask her band. On the
morning of hie return, he sprees. into th damp, heavy day, was shovtled down. Oh, i the
mierst hour of life. Dying, she bade
e, that sound I that solemn sound of utter de.sola !
e the; t It broke the horrid spell that kept his
stage coach in a most delicious reverie.. me love my sister, and if ever a dying
voice silent and his eye dry, lila lip began to qui
He held no discouree with his fellow . admonition was obeyed, that was in the
in !ler, a sob heaved his aching breast ,,large tears fullest sense, ,
She was my idolihe
paisengere, but wrapped himself up
lily predominated in her cotnplexion,
a rich dream of anticipation. His heart
Wag full of happiness. He thought him gushed &pm his eyes, he stretched out his hands
but the rose Wag permitted to blubh per.
self, as he entered hie house. too happy in an agony of weeping, and grasping an :old
manently upon her fair cheek, and in
for a mortal man. Ho was preparing to
pay her the first visit, and dwelling in bediali tool). '
gleernvteie.man's nose in tho stage coacli where be
was sleeping, gave occasion for 0 moments of excitement it asserted ite
I right, and suffused her face and neck
his mind on her pleasing welcome, when! oVerily, friend, when thou haat sufficiently i with ite crimson She wae my only trees
lier br, ther came too bee him; he did not ' thou wilt ure, but whea I looked into her light
observe any thing peculiar about him et amused thyself with my nose, perhaps
return it to its original owner." 1 blue eyes, ani run my fingers through
first and not until the warm, affectionate shake the flaxen curls which waved upon her
I The whole horrible e
' . ,reation dills fancy pite.! sho id I i b
u ere, w appy. About a 'ear we
ofthe hand was over, did lie notice that his eyes sed away like a mid, his heart bounded within ' i ., I
ivet. unuer tbe same reef, it became the
were filled with tears, and dismal, gloomy black him, and IM soon took sweet revenge upon , e
priue cot my heart to protect her, I once
crape, hung from his hat. Ile started, ankinga those lips that had been BO cold and still, yet so, robe from a bed of sickness and fasten.
1...o....... .,. ., , . , . beautiful, in the darkness of his dream.
hollow voice, that had a desolate dreariness in
the very tone, he said, -
"Elizabeth is dead I"
At first he was not comprehended. A vacant,
herrid laugh, that echoed:strangely through the I
: of the most successful farming we have heard
for a long ttme It is fan old, practical, liaid
still room, was his only answerthen he repea
ted Ihe words, and the features of my filen(' be- working Farmer in the neighborhood of Am
name pale and motionless as marbtethen he herst, New Hampshire, who commenced in the
sat down an a chair, and covered his face with world as a day laborer, and who, notwithstati
his hands, but not a word; not a breath broke ding he has at various times sustainett heavy pe
the silence. There was something alarming cuniary losses in the investment or his funds,
in his calmness; it seemed like the silence of is nOW worth at least one hundred thousand dol
the heavy black cloud, just before it launches lats. We make the following extract front the
its destructive lightening from its bosom. lie article in the Cabinet:
beckoned and wished to be alone. He was "This man, when thirty years of age, by the
left in solitude. I would not profane the subject
by attempting to describing his feelings. There avails of his industry added to a small legacy.
was a dark, horrible confusion in his mind, like Was enabled to purchase end pay in part, for s
some accursed dream glaring around him; and farm done hundred and thirty acres ul land,
the night tuned away its long hours Ofspleeple0 ono hundred of which was under cultivation,
but in a very low state. The farm is shogeth
The next day,wae the funerat; and when the
sun rose in Ins own glory and all the er upland, with a soil cotnposed of loam, chi)
"Pcnnt) 4' and sand, in the chiefofWiiieli the hitter prepot
circumstance" of day began to beam upon the denim, this fernier being 'vast cuneiderable
face of nature, and the merry voice of men some t hen be commenCed farming, he idopted
times came upon the breeze, and the carts rat
tled ruddley along, and all around Wall businomso ,; ,,, . ,I,
particular systen; of rotatian , to which he he,
and adventure, unaffected by the vent event that
had come like an ocean of scorching fire upon
the paradiee otitis hearthe tecollected, abd he
said, Ito-day is her funeral?' HIP benumbed
mind dwelt upon the words, but there was so r e
thing undefined, 'and almost incomprehensilde
in them. !She was to be buried itt five in the
afternoon. The clock tituck four; he put on
his hst, and went to hot house. He thought
twenty times he heard her sweetly toned, laugh
,ng voice, as be passed along. lie turned his
head once or twice to see Waite was not at his
shoulder, but there was nothing, and he yak ,
aed on. Ile ElftW the house, and tsought ever)
windowbut Elizabeth SS' S not there. lit
rang the bellthe servant came, weeping; lit
looked at Win, and walked ons-he passed into
the parks...the chair which she had occupied
when he wan there before, wss suindirg in the
very sante place; and there was her pianohe
almost fancied he heard music; he bstened, o
sob from the next room cattle like ice upon his
heart, and he sat down. Her mother came into
ihe room; her face was serene in grief, but the
first burst was over, and she was comparatively
Gahm She asked hint if he would look at the
oor2se. He knew she was dead, but the blun,
question shook every nerve in his frame, and
seemed to breathe death upon his soul. Ile
apnea 'and followed the bereaved mother. There
was an air of death in the apartment, end a var
nished coffin was on the table, a white cloth
flung carefully at the head, a few friends sat and
wept in silence, musing on theheauties and vir
tues of the being they.were about to consign to
to the table, 4.1 01 iv near is ouluom less man htteen hundred
the cold earth. He walked up IMUOSPIIIIU, wiinourcontroning me state panes gallows, FM atope,s,rounu
, Jed: The' mother, in heste, ran down
on which milli rtunately. the conditi 3n ot the
stood as still, and pale and motionless, as the 1 bushels, but ellen much more. His average ,
1 baits, called for her daughter, eaid eke his neck, and the cart ready to be driven otil"
country vIrinally denends: and which have, by standing under the
rye crop iv about fuur hundred and fitly bushels 'I had foiled him 0'11 smoking, and w IA- their incredible misconduct. twice in little More stmreety had he done this before he poste4 off to
form that lay, etretched before him. He would
sed universal derangement and
and his corn crop annually aboui five hundred ed her to come up immediately and see. than a year, eau .
have torn away the veil that covered that face, -- new im bilUtd; themother looked .
severe loss: and made Ud the opprobrium of the
but he could not; lie felt that he might aa well all vvitich niin at the resent low ! TheY
busholt g , p . .
nto ilie kev hole rayin to the commercial world. It is evident that the state est in New Y., to arrange witit.them the 'plan nt
Biddle's Bank and to the British Federal inter..
pricei,'would atnouut to more than two thou. ligdin I i g legislatures are either unable or unwilling to co
nave attempted to heave a mountain from its rocky . daughter, Ötlid I not tell you he wok ed.!
sand dollar! annuli ,
3, and at former prices to eree them, and they now feel that they may at the substitute which he refused to exhibikto the
base, The mother saw; she feltemother look in and see.' "A h, but mother," any titne atop payment with impunity.
double that amount, and his farm is withal very Raid the dautrter doee he not smoke beau "Roth- Senate in lieu of the Independent Treasury., It
ing but a benkrupt law can prevent contiuual . -- - .
can feeland she silently uncovered her beau. 0 i
highly improved.' tefully?" nispensiobs, to the ruin alike of inteinal end for is near three weeks mace air. tatty ieu ins seta
fiat' countenance. It broke upon him in all its ---.. . eign trade." Congress is also expressly em- and his repeal resolution, to go upon thie COM.
powered to regulate eotnmerce between the
oveliness. There was the sane white fore. gum Peuressiessi,,A physician pass. pitiNcEix PROMISE Prince Albert states. But there is scarcely one bank in the promising expedition; and from thie beginning
headthe sleepy eyethe cheek that bad kiss. ing by a stone cutter'e shop, bawled otit, 'Good ie said to have eapreesed, "with great union. that does nOt diSCOUnt drafts by persons tlip public may bee the predominant power ot
Mr. W--, hard at work I see. riling " his e rehension in nna llnll' " persons in another !tate. In
ed so fondly, the lips that had spoken: ouch !Tiling, deed this is a regular part of their busidese, and the Bahk or the U. S. in the now achniniairte
that the English nation would be dump
delicacy of fe , pp
sweet sounds. He gazed at her. corpse with Yuu finish your grave.stories as Far ati "In mem- . on tbis ground, likewise, Congress has a pow. 1 tiou.
pointed,on learning that the royal:infant ee to interpose.
the intensity or thought. Her living image was ory of,' and then you wait, I euppose, to see i . Contemplating that institution, &fit all it
I aster Dower in the new Administration-was
who war.ts a monument next )'" WOO e Princeet. The Queen with great A bankrurt law is a,so required to protect , lin
before him, he 1801 her smiling, he behold her solvent and well managed banks, against the ru. contiolling part lin the Tutdre
mind, Albert, destined to act a
"Wil.Y Yell" naivete, replied "Never
mpetition of a multitude of ignorant and ...
in the graceful motion, now her figure passed replied the old man, ratting for a moment on hie the next shrill be a boy!" of course His coinvneurUring rivals. 1 polities ofthe countryas hiving had in her ser)
before hun, beautiful in the mazy dance, and mallet, "untess some body is sick and you are Highness, and all other !oval subjects, ! What mysterious virtue there is in bank', ' ,.
via, and holding on a string the leading men of
now he gazed in her full black eyes, nnd read 1 d"clnring him, end then I keep right on." derived much consolation from, and al.! that they should be exempted from rules that
toph pitniaiderehlp faith in her NI eipatvle bind all other classes I What are the officers that AdMillidtrini001 we shall continuer to pay
unutterable thing,. Ho had a ring on Ilia finger
a present from her, he tried to speak, he looli'ed
at the ring, then at her, agony swelled hisheart,
a present from her, he tried to speak, he looked
WILIM11111, 111 anremana m ma ma....
SUCCESSFUL FARMING. I
The Fariner's Cabinet relates an instance of.
for a loyg..ttme, It is fan old. practical, hard tt wt. ,r ol wwwie Lgi teg iglu lief
s'ide, in the wildest hoer of my playfulls
nese. One day she was rather melee
working termer in the neighborhood of Am
herst, New Hampshire, who commenced in the choly, her nurse set fórward her little
world as a day laborer, and who, netwithstans 1 rsoincgkiinngg-achair there ehe oat fOr an hour,
hymn, with the chortle,
ding he has at various times sustained heavy pe
"I will praise him, I will praise him,
cuniary losses in the investment or his funds,
Where shall I thy praise begin?"
is nOW worth at least one hundred thousand dol
left her awhile, but Wee e0011 called
lats. We make the following extract front the
to "run for the doctor, ea little Maris
article in the Cabinet: had the croup." I ran, but Dr. Mowry
"This man, when thirty years of age, by the was abeent. I returned again and again,
avails otitis industry added toa small legacy. but still he came not; the disease battled
nil the skill of her. site:delete. ,0nce
vibe exclaimed, 6 Poor R don I cry.
Waa enabled to purchase and pay in part, for a
farm done hundred and thirty acres of land,
you will see me again in heaven." Wild
ly I rushed again for the physician, thirs
one hundred of which was under cultivation,
but ins very low state. The farm is altogethii time he had returned, and was on his
er upland, with a soil composed or loam, clay wRy in an other direction to the house.
There I WE isyd just in time to hear the ,
and sand, in the chierof winch the hitter prepou
expreseion 'fall from his lips, "it is all
denim, the fernier being least coneiderable.
over I" I walked forward, end niv on
ly sister was lying cold upon the bovom
t hen lie comm.eneed farming, he idopted
of her affectionate nurse. Never did I
particular system or rotation, to which he has
more fervently pray for death. I would
implicitly adlitered from that time te the present,
which rutty )eare, end hie waxen is the hei.t then cheerfully have followed, but I '
wrong. God always does what is beet,
comment on the wooth nt expermient. ijib would rot have my II:In faith that
mude wad as rollows; having divided hie farm !shell meet her and know her in homes
into eight fields of equal simile near as possi. en, weakened, fot all the joys of earth.
In beav,in, Christ will be the ceotre of
ble,three of those fields were sowed with tvheat
attraction, but a thouoand happy spirite,
each year, one with rye, one planted with corn who hawk in Its beams, will hold sw eel
two in cloverottil one an open fallow, on Intercom's) twit each other.
which corn had been raised the year. previous. ---
One of the two clover fields ia kept for mowing
Doctor NI acuttly, of t6...1 Louis, while
the other for pasture, both ot which are plow
lemming before the Meehavic'e loott
eil us soon lifter the harveot as po6Ailite,and pre- IWO or that ulege recently, told the fol.
pared tor wheat in the &IL All the manure lowing ennuotog anecdote of smoking,
leek id made on the farm litsoone year is haul. I.A room gentlemen very much dello'
ed in the spring uti the field ihteeded fig opel, led to mbhing, paid.his addresses
a young lady, w home parente kite
tallow, which ta then plower., told, 'trier one or tal
ted to their onion, merely becituae he
two cross pluwings thruegh the summer, is el.
so sowed with MITA the fall. The field oh indulged He they thought, too r etiy in
the use of tobacco. The yowl lady,
which the r)e is sown is that from whieli th however, prempqiessied in his favor, pre.
crop or wheat haw been takei; the Clete year, & vatted upori him to abandon the habil,
which had yielded three crops. Coin id plans that their union might take place. 'the
antipathy of the inother,liowever,to vino
ted the field from which rye had been taken
king, contirmed unabated, and
the year previous, tile stubbles of which had bull ad to the feet or 1,, r,
beenylowed down in the lid!. -Clover deed is illation On that score, and to test. her
sown early in the spring on two of the wheat daughter's accollot Iliat he bad given
fields, ;hose which have becn most recently ins- up the practice of smoking, she invited
mired. Ity this tneibil, ea,;11 field yields three. him to upend a few days at her house,
crops of wheat, two ofclover, one of rye and with the fanniy. No synitome of smo
king appeared till one evening. when
one of corn every eight years. Each field, in the mamma, before retiring to rest, fem.
the mean tine), has lain an open Callum, and le- cied she smelt something like the fumes
of tobacco in hie bed-tuenit She looks
volved a heavy dropping of manure, perlia R
P a' ed throne' lite key-hole, and lot and
an averege of filleen.four horse loads per acre. behold! the gentleman Wen caught in
crop Of wheat is seldom less than fineen lien the act of putting ti way, with his feet up
dred bushels, but often much more. His crop on the grate, and thinking, no doubt, of
of wheat is seldom less than fifteen hundred hoppy rimy' wait his beloved ob.
A ime:17 The mother, in haste, ran down
D' itaya, a elude tor your trienda and
curse for your 01113111i0b the only way to gov
I curse for your 01113111i0b ill the only way to gov
ed like a tiger upon the Amazonian eta.
ter of my boatels who had presumed to
undertake the work o(her correction for
some trifling offence, and her slightest
expreseed wiish would. bring me to her
side, in the wildest hour of my playful!.
nest,. One day she waa rather melan
choly, her nurse set fórward her little
rocking-chair there she eat for an hour,
singing a hymn, with the chorus,
"I will praise him, I will praise him,
Where shall I thy praise begin?"
i left her awhile, but was soon called
to "run for the doctor, as Maris
had the croup." I ran, but Dr. Mowry
was abeent. I returned again and again,
but still he came not; the disease bellied
all the skill of her. attendante. Once
she exclaimed, "Poor IV"' don't cry.
you will see me again in heaven." Wild
ly I rushed again for the physician, thie
time he had returned, and was on 1119,
wRy in an other direction to the house.
There eirris.01 just in 6010 ILO hear the
expression 'fall from hie lips, "it is all
over I" I walked forward, end niv on
ly sister was lying cold upon the botom
of her affectilnate nurse. Never did I
more fervently pray for death. I would
; then cheerfully have followed, but I wais
wrong. God always does whet is best,
hut , would rot have my faith that
I shall meet her and know her in homy.
en, weakened, for all the joys of earth.
In heavan, Christ will be the centre of
attraction, but a thoueand happy spirits,
who beak to lie beams, will hold sweet
intercuuse with each other.
ueriveu 1111.11111;UtIOUICIIIVII Milli, WM UV
tech considerable faith to her Majesty's
I"" l""" "" "I"j"" "
FT itsuoby in wcol,ino . .
ray as you go and keep front mail' score.
, A MOTHER'S LOVE.
SO numerons are the changes that I
ste constantly stewing, end so trammel
are the scenes that we ecsatauely pose
through in life, that se scarcely cau re
ly on any thieg of a temporal nature;
without feet of its changing.
The flower of in day, may ,Ieee all
ito heaety and (infante in en hour..
name that now appesre so smite. nosy
in a monteta be convulsed by conten
ding elements,and quick as thought
the varying seasons pave along, and
years roll round in rapid sueseesios.
Honor, Richert, Fame, and Pleasure,
are also .viaionory and fleeting, end
thiiagii ha-enjoyment of either''one
ofthem to day,yet ere the morrow we
may have nouhgt left us, but blighted
hopes, end disappointed expeetationes
Friendship,' is often but a name, poa-',
seining apparently substance in times
of prosperity, but dwindling tato a shad
ow at the approach of udrersity, and
where even now, are many of our for
mer friends also! they have been en..
strangod by "triflee light as air," and
for causes of acme any moment.
But a mother's love is enduringit,
is or appears to be, more than human
a remains unchanged atnid ell changes
7-it continues unshaken though all else
removeit cannot be chilled by the
bleak winds of advertisity, nor weak
ened by storms of sorrowit burns the
brighter and warmer, as its objects be
comee the moet afflicted, and scorns
with contempt, all effort') to weaken its
affectionsit varies not with the vett.
eons, nor changes with the fleeting year
it continues, though ein may corrupt
and crier" debaseit endures while life
lasts, and remains unchanged. though
the sode of the valley cover the object
on whieh it domed.
How truly may it be Paid, that the
'omit of a Mother can never be supplied
by any thing of a temporal nature, or
her place filled by any other on earth
W. R. e.
(From the O. Statesman.)
THE BANKRUPT LAW. erate upon the public mind, the electious, the
The New York Post givis the followine me- legislation, the commerce, anti the banking in.
morial of the whig merchants of that city, to in- wrest, whose mone)ed itstrest recpiired the A-.
meriean Executive to be eltanged, she actitilrea
chide corporations in the bankrupt law. What
adtittional power over the new Admitilstrittost,
say the leaders of whiggety now. l'hese mer
mid must be gratified m every thing she de
chants admit that they heretofore opposed what
mends. Autung these dentunds will be the roo
they believed was right, for PARTY PURPOt
roranan of the depositwithe increase of the me'
SES. Those humiliating admissions do full
enue, to make the deposites worth having: the
justice to the hottest democracy of the land. The
Po t asks: glow was this matter mixed up with adoption flier notes for a national currency
the inclusion of herselfin the formation of a DOW
;tarty politics ? Why. hir Van Boren recoil'.
mended that trading corporations should be National Batik; the expunging film ezpunging
brought within such a law, and the democretic resolution. and the revival or the original sem.
party supported it, The whig merchants or N. tence of condemnation of General Jechson.
!These are a few oe the d mond I h 1
York, although convinced that the measure was
I British Bank, which usurpse atidiplittincest ILI
gteatly Ior their own benefit. and tor the wel
!lire of the community. witheld tlicir support bes name of the United States. will require from
cause it was pro2osed by the de:eta:wit: party.'
her vassals an the new Administration,. .and
which they will grant from gratitude for past lito
hey did wrong because Air, Van Buren had
dolie right, and to do right would have been vorshope anew favors fear of cliselosuresi
supperting and to strengtheo the ally whose strength is
MEMOR I AL.
tho Honorable the Senate and the House
ot Representatives of the Unitrd 6tated of A
metier., in Congress assembled.
memorial of the unit. gned Manufactu.
re's, 'Merchants filachanicd, and others of the
city ofNew Yortk,
Respectfully rein sent,
l'hst we have ritrearty addressed a memorial
to your honorable bodies, specifying thirteen
stipulations, which we believe to be cietential to
a xood bankrupt law' In that memorial, low.
ever. we purposely omitted any allusion to
banks, and other outline corporation., as that
subject had been mixed'rip mit 'tarty politics.
It is however, alma paramount importance,
that we dare not be silent respecting ii; and we
now. therefore eseteds our full conviction that
the national wallet regimes that all such insti
tutions should be subjected to a bankrupt law.
under soecint provisions. It id iideed question
11,,w far any bill could be mode advantage.
ithout including them. In a ellOieß of dill
fi ultit e, we would prefer a bill which should ap
ply tr. them alone, to one such ad is now pro
posed. excluding thent, and operating 1.tri the
re.t of the community.
It is a fallacy to assert that they are state in
institutions, and therefore, atn.enable only to
state laws. Tr? regulate the currency us confi
ned to Congress exclusively, but to do this is
impossible, without controlling the state banka 1
on which, unfit minutely. the contiiti3n of the
country virtually dertendor and which have, by
their incredible misconduct. twice in little tnore
than a year, caused universal derangement and
, severe loss: and made Ud the opprobrium of the
cotnmercial world. It is evident that the state
legislatures are either unable or unwilling to co
erce them, and they now feel that they may at
nny titne atop payment with impunity. "Noth
ing but a linnkrupt law can prevent contiuual
.uspensior.s, to the ruin alike of inteinal and for
eign trade." Congress is also expresely em
powered to regulate cotnmerce between the
states. But there is scarcely one bank in the
union. that does not discount drafts by persons
in one state, on persons in another state. In.
deed this is a regular part of their busidess, and
on this ground, likewise, Congress has a pow.
er to interpose.
A bankrurt law is also re9uired to protect
111(11 May vitutmo. ',Lusa sys.gait La ev.o tell
bind all other &asses I What are the officers
-,r 1....t. h elmitninara tottot Cintlo Atta,rea,1
lent of trust funds, exposed
banks, but wand
i to neculinr temptations, and therefore.
I to peculiar temptations, and therefore, iequift
' rine more watchful supervision than merchants
I to peculiar temptations, and therefore, remit..
I ring more watchful supervision than merchants
' trading on their eapital, whose losses meet all
s by themselves.
terefere. beseech you' bonetable body, ,
load to be expedieut to pess a osmium 4
be borne by themselves.
Ws therefore. benech you' bonetable. body,
fit is found to be expedient to pess s swam
bankrupt law, that banks and ail (Air itatima
corpuratitma. may 64s subjected tu upa'tatinli
(From the Was liiiigton debiLy
BANK OF THE UNITED STATES."'
instlintion, in a stateof ruin arid 'AMY
as k is, two thirds capital British. and ".
whele conduct and politics under British:inflow
once, has gait: become an importak powers.,.;
masier power. in the politica and business of '
the nenple el this Union. The issue et :
lat: Preildentiat -ilectiora.' lies WerloVti din;
ohange in her favor; hat made lite agaiu whet',
she was yeerrego under tho Administration -
Mr. Moms and Mr Claý the env and machine
of Federalism, and a controlling power in our
Government. We mention this fact to illus.
trail our own course in relation to this ieritue
tiorn a course which Inuit lead-us to treat often,
and without reserve, of her affairs. The pert
which this Bank is to act in the new Admiiiis
!ration, and her rotten, insolvent condition,
with her foreign character, makes her now an
object ter the constant study at the Democratic
press. It is already known that one of her old
hack attorneysone who eould not say that hitt
soul or his body was his own in her presence:
if it is already pretty well known that this old
attorney, whose vocation it has been "te wash
her dirty linen" for il:e last dozen years, akd to
find his profit in the operation, ip to be at the -
head ofthe new cabinet. This is the mart; the
aequel will corrempoild with in the new cabieet
will not only be NatiouillBank, but will be Bid
dle beak; they will be the frienda,the -.last
friends of Biddle's Bunk. Ail which that iuft
stitution wants done, will be done. Slie is not
only the mother of corruption. and the moron.
ess and manager of the pipeslayersusot only
the corniptur el politicians and editors, and 41i
mother of the election frauas, but she is the con
necting link with the foreign capitalistsqind the
channel through which these capitalists must op
erste upon the public mind, the electious, die
ow:denim, the commerce, ant: the banking ie.
tertpt, whose moneved iistreist reqiiired the A-.
merkan Executive to be ellanged, she acqtilree
ads:atonal power over the new Administrative,
mid must be grutified in every thing she
mends. Aloong these dimmed' will be the ree
toration of tile depositeethe nit:lease uf die rise
enue, to make the deposites worth having the
adoption flier notes fur a national currency
the inclusion of herselfin die formation ore new
National Beek; the expunging of the expunging
resolution. and the revival or the origirial sem.
name of the United States, will require from
her reseals in the new Administration, .and
which they will grant from gratitude for past fa.
vorshope anew favors fear of diselosurest
and to strengthed the ally whose strength is
their strength. The urgency of these demands
will not wait theslow approach of a statedees
hien; a culled session is indispensable to the
Bank nothing else can save ler from i third
suspension: und in that suspension the new Ad
ministration would not only lose their most po.
tent ally. but incur a great disgrace, and furnish
a new and puwerful argument against any
tional Bank in future. Of all this the new Ad..
ministration ie fully sensible. and hones the sud
den movements of the old Bank attorneys,
Messrs Clay and Webater, in favor oro called
session, and all increased revenue. Hence, al.
so, Mr. Clay's visit to Philadelphia and
to see his grandchildren at Brooklyn Skated,
had this gentleman made:his Precipitate iipeeck
for the repeal of die Independent treasiwyeSand
to exhibit his guardianship over General Huth
son, in pronouncing his Inaugral addrees for
him, and to vent his gall 'against the- &theta
1 Denincra.cy by comparing:them to "a:Criminal
standing under the gallows, with arope,eround
his neck, and iho cart ready to be driven eV'
scarcely had lie done this before he posted off to
Biddle's Bank and to the British Federal
twin NoW Y., to arrange with.them the 'plan of
the substitute which he liefused to exhibiktO the
Senate in lieu of tho Independent Treasury. It
is near three weeks since Mr Clay left hie seat
and his repeal resolution, to go upon thie Coma.
promising expedition; and from Olio beginning
the public may see the predominant power ot
the Bahk or the U. S. in the new administras
I lion. Contemplating that institution, bear Is it
' master power in the new .4dministratiott-was
that Administration; we shall continue., to pay
. a,- 1. .:d; trs otto tit& liAght
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attention to her, gtving to our readers too own
arucles from other pepers, as WAR Al IMO
views dour own,
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