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In the ierr.n,uriu;:!u n rf "A VI ig," in
to-iiay"s paper, i:i allusion to an editorial
article i:i our paper if the Kith i:o!.,
relative tii Ji.i!pi- Allen, the w: in r has
indulged his luritlncs-si fur farmm, by a
manifest misrepresentation of our lan
guage, ami a mct han f..rcd pen ersioii of
our meaning. We can account for this
wilful misconstruction, upon the ground
only, that his new-born zeal for a po
litical juggler, has rendered him unfit
to nsrvey Calmly the ground which hn
occupies, and is too ready to take um
brage at any unfavorable expression of
sentiment against his new ally and favor
ite. We deny that we have ever taken
upon ourselves the responsibility to
state, for the whir
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te, for the wlu?, either "advisedly
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otherwise, anv thing in relation to
s matter. e barely state 1, so for as
: AMiil'S are concerned, what we con-
scientioly belies ed. 'and what we had
a riirlit in Ptnr... lint . r..f..r in
the sentence to which our too sensitive
whisz friend has taken umbraae:
"We do net hesitate to say, for we
speak advNcdly, that the Judge will i: t ,
ret tin Democratic votes in the county;
and we consider his chance t;ua!!y bad
wiln me u nigs. j
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Bon Jiiir.-i-i ci
"n. "lr. . rnjr, 8i.il try not in to the oecalioti.
future to "kick before you are spurrtd.'" j '
Do we say that we are speaking for the 1 ,:",icc tl e l!l illh u Mr" ' """'"
Whigs? 'is it not rather that " we con- P- -V"jur, State Senator from the War
xiJfr" his chance with the whic? a Lad Eaw dis,l'ict- Ui death was occasioned
one. But with amusing graity ycu a stal irictcd by F.lijah Cherry, in
ask whence did w e receive our advice an lli'r::J' u! ilh ?rcxv m! cf a resolution
S to the course of the Whigs. Can any ; ir",r0'!uccjl a ro!itieil1 meeting, by
sensible construction cf our remark le.-.d ' -AIr c-'I;erry, calling on Mr. Major to
to the inference that so far as il.n l-.;,
are concerned, we spoke 'WrWry''?
Is not the word "advistdly" used with
ouit itriciiriii-e iu me ucmjcraiic voiersr
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n.17. .in j we repeat, so iar as ll;e
Democracy of the county are concern-
ed, that "Horse Allen" will not proba -
b.y get ever ten votes in the county.
or will their opposition be the result
of any undue influence, as is insultii 'v
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insinuated m the article under notice.
ho ukase has gone forth: The Democra-
cy of this county need no dictation oflca-
dcrs,togive them a hatred for duplicity,
or contempt for a political demagogue.
But whence arises this sudden Zeal of
"A Whig" in defence of one pn'.fessir.g
to be a Democrat? What motive has he
in thus stepping out from his own ranks
in defence of one whrj but a few months
back was regarded with all tlie hatred of
pirty bitterneis. If Judge Allen bu a
11arr. l I l
ii. mui-i at, iii.u i rca iv unueservinnr ui
. , : srrwn? 01
our sinctures, he will certainly be ra'h-
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1.1 w..i-i:uqii iiiaii iiieaseu at mis iiilrn.ici I
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iirfur-Trtf l..a 1-- n- r t I
u.v-...!, ui Hn t-iidiiit-irr. ic ireeiv :
acknowle'io thit our
views as to the
merits of the Judge, have undergone a
charge. We agree with hiai upon many
cf the leading questio.-.s of State policy.
Before his appearance ia this place, we
only knew him as the advocate of those
measures which, from lime to time, we
have expressed a preference. So far as
these measures were concerned, we
were with him. But when we heard
him indirectly hold out a bribe for whig
influer.ee, under the promise of a fair
proportion of the "loaves a fishes," our
course w as determined. When wc heard
him in one sentence extol the whig can
didate for the Presdeuey, at the expense
of one of the most prominent members of
the party to which he himself professes
to belong, we could but conclude that he
was playing a ga-se beneath the dignity
of an aspirant to the highest honor with
in the gift of the freemen of Missouri.
One word to "A Whig" in conclu
sion. Go on, sir, if it suits you. A
few more such productions as the one
wo have just been renewing, will, in ail
probability, render you as proverbial for
misrepresentation, as your distinguished
favorite is, for political summersets.
. Rumour. It is stated, that two 0
the Professors of the St. Louis Medical
College, were indicted by the Grand
Jury, which adjournud on Friday last,
for a misdemeanor arising out of cir
cumstances connected with the late mob
in that city.
C-?j. Cas.. Tiie ial .e .v York
Standard, a leading Cass paper, con
tains tiie following:
"General Ca.is did not place his
nntne before the people as- a candid
ate, for the 1'resi jVnvy , and he will nut
with .'raw it.
General Cass has sii.1 that he would
abide by the decision ( f the Cultino. e
National D'tnocath: Convention, and
he will not recede froui this declara
tion. "We mi!:e th ahove statements,
au'h trVy, mi l request all editors
n.h.j ex ::r,ng-! with tn to note t!ietrt.vj
Jackson Jubilee in St. Louis. In pur-
suanoc of a call through the papers, an
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r.se assemble of the Democra-
i.-i ... ...
ev hards and soft
nauib ana sons coiiprciiit u at uic
Planter's Tobacco -IVare House, on Fri-
day the Mil. iit., t.. express their grati-
tudc for the act of ...Mice rendered to
(en. Jackson Ly tin- refunding of the
fine iinpc-cd ui un him bv JudL'e Hall in
lNl."). It was iiTi ed in the outset, that
nothing was to be introduced into the
meeting to mar the harmonv of the c-
casion. 15ut there seems to have been a1
breach of Cood f..i;h on the part of the
hards, which resulted in a general blow
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Among the resoiiiiions mtroilucea
was one laudatory of Col. Ilenton re-
coininending him to the confidence and
support of the Democracy of Missouri.
This was looked upon by the anli-Henion
men r.s an attempt to make political capi-
uitements in the diirerent pajiers so
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thelienloii re.-olution was adopted or
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ireiecieu; we relieve ninvever. inai in
: tilt corifiivinn it w as final v reit cted '
The liberal democrats reassembled, at
the Court 1 lotise. on the same c'!iii:ri
::nd passed resolutions in accordance
tlie ordinal design, and appro riate
i reupn his scat in the Senate.
fkcrdftry of S'otf. The nomination of
Mr. C.dhour. A.r Secretary cf State of the
l'i ited States
. h:ss been confirmed by
tllC enrill I n V. .iiLiMtlnn Sim-Ma.
tor ,i,e nn(il!f,::; wnP..f rr rl
! hou:i 5av? he r,, lcea ecntcd in
jth(, Ia...cr ,It ,,c bs;Wv .lC.
L. . i d . . . ,- i i ",-i
cept the appomtment particularly ii he
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Ihmks liii iijreiicy is necessary for the
LjjulmeRl ofour lnanv jierericcs whft
. f(jrein I:;i.;r,s fr,.r mnrU.
that nn!l;,m ;,C4.,f nt ,:. ,:m f
life, with ti;e ilislirguiahed stations he
has already cccii'ded, can give no honor;
and nothing but a stern scute of public
duty will iiiduce him to assume it. The
Urrgon question we do not beiitve to be
capable of any settlement by treaty, and,
therefore, neither honor nor usefulness
will probably occompany any ciibrts for
;this purpose. The feeling of the west,
i i i r -mi i
las dcvclcped in Congress, wnl have the
i 1 e .1 . i ,
w10e c,f t!,e territory or none; and cf
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course there is no room for treaty, which
always implies conflictiig rights. To
satisfy those ehietly interested the west
we do not deem possible, unless Great
Ihitain wiil surrender all her preten
sions; of course therefore, any treaty
concluded concerning Oregon, w ill, with
the west, damn any ttatesman who
Mr. Moss, aa extensive hemp-grower,
is reported to have been killed last
Fjiday weeks, near St. Francisiille,
Clark Co, in this State. A dilficully oc
curred between a .Mr. Dradman, Mr.
Phillips, a constable, and Major Moss,
in which, after a few words, Phillips
drew a pi.vol and shot Moss through the
body, and afterwards severely beat him
over the head with the loaded end of a
whip. Moss survived but a few mo
incuts. Phillips and Dradman have been
arrested, and were to undergo an exami
nation next day.
(ouches- for JVexicu. The N. York
F.xpress, cf the Lllh inst, says: About
sixty days since, Falun Gilbert &. Co., of
Troy, received a large order for stage
coaches and harness from Mexico.
This order they completed last week,
and shipped ,-ll,OUO worth of their
coaches and harness Ly tiie Housalonie
railway for New York, whence they
will be exported to Vera Cruz.
Cassius M. Clay has announced his
determination to emancipate all his slaves
iu the course of the present year. Mr.
Clay is a very large slave-holder, and is
said to be the richest man in Kentucky.
If lit 's District. Judge Bagby has
been unanimously nominated us the loco
foco candidate for Congress, in the Acco
uiac district, lately represented by Mr.
Henry A. Wise.
The Fovbieb Association, situated
in McLean county, Pa., is represented to
be in a sutfering condition. Many of the
families w hich have been induced to join
iu the enterprise, are destitute of the
necessary provisions and clothing, and
severs! Jeave daily.
men r.s an auempi 10 make poiiucai capi- lviiw... I'..un .,, i,;.y,.ir
, , , t o w eeks since. 1 egan gac lumsill
tal l.T the ( olnnel. and conseqiientlv a.'...inty,t.r,,r,. i. ...i.,,.,.
. , . , , . . , ' ,r a i up to the nearest Magistrate, h wlicm
violation of the on-itiul understanding : i, ,. ,0 ,;,. r ., 1 v i!,.,
, , , , , T , ! he s committed for trial, and aiter tne
A c-'od deal ot conliisioii prevailed, and '.. , , , , :..
... . . . ., - ' j examination entered into recognisance
j Disastrous Fire. The Louisville Jour-
nal of the 14th say About 1 o clock
: this morning, a fire broke out on Tcarl
'c-.f K-n T,in n,I Viir. ami
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notwithstanding the great exertions of
our firemen, the flames devoured three
'large four-story brick warehouses before
they could be subdued. The buildings
w ere owned by Samuel K. I age, Lstj.
, The one in which the fire originatad was
' occupied by Mr. Shocklcy as a feed store
and coal oflice. The other two contain-
quantity of beef and salt, belonging
to Messrs. Usher and Smith. We are
unable ascertain whether the proper-
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he oss. we nresumc.
cannot tall short ol 1U,0U()
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count v. shot a man hv the name of Rhodes.
car Ncw Lo,ulon j,, luu C0IIntv, )tne
jn ,ie slm .-()q for appearaRC5
I at the Kalis Lircnit (.curt, on til
1 ir i .. ...:i.,..
.Woiii.ay m Aju i next.
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1 in o :- i-i.
rrcsident Tyler's Administration seems
to have been signalized by dlamitics. '
It originated in the death of Harrison.
-Next tiled Mrs. lyler. 1 lien cmne the
tragedy of the Sinners th-n the death
of Lcgare then the destruction ol the tllt" Demi-cratic ( onei)tion, we cannot
Missouri; and now we mourn the lejy- j loi'ghesila e as to whieli we shall tuji
ble disaster on the Brinc-cton. IM'rt- "e declares himself ia favor of
I'reide:;t Tjler has presented .f'JOO
to the mother cf his black ferant, who
was killed at 1 tie time cl tiie explosion, '
n board the Princeton.
.hwt'icr Church. The comer stone of a jucMin:i, if the people are in Lvor of it."'
new Catholic church was laid yesterday, (See tiie circulars of Mclliide, I'.ti wards
iu Soulaitl's addition to St. I.ouis. The ; and Marmaduke.) These arc the pub
new building is situated on the hill near ; lished e;aiiioiis of the three men, who
Mrs. Soulard" house, and w ill be a con-: are now admitted ti be the most promi
spicuous object in approaching the city, t.cnt candidates for nomination by the
The Hibernian Society, the Catholic Democratic Cotivei.li. n, on or.c of the
Temperance Society and a large con- : most important question now btf.ue the
course of citizens w ere present on the j people; these opinions are certainly broad
occasion. Mo. Republican. i enough to suit any shade of politics it
Conviclicn. We learn that the lie v.
Mr. WVit.yi-rilillin flip ( ':.ltn,li,. i.t-i,..!
" , 1 '. 1
w ho w as cliurged w ith comnnUniL' a rane
in Lvaimvilic, Indiana, noiue two years
ago, has been convicted, and that he was
yesterday committed to the penitential y
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at Jellcrsoiiwlle for the term oi lite
years. Louisi i!lc Jour.
t Hit.-lit i'
..iu t tintii.s. We l.-.uii
i.s; i v .iiii.ui lli.il iho (t.ioai
il'oui tlie l'i
li ivi; iiisiiiicicil the j
sUj t'i vi-oi. -u tho li .e ol luo
l'ei.ii i'aii:a Canals tu have tlieui in
It iiiiliii s li.i tne leceiilli,! ol waler
.ho lj.ii I
Siiib.'i.u. 1 lie Uj.iyc Cumuli, id :
l.. i i tn last, says: ;
-On Sauiidav eveioliL' hist, about
o o c.ocu, tne Hon. Menu P. .u;ij.,i,
.seiiau.i iioui iis ucituci, was ul-;
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n.-i ....j..,. v.nc.iy aS-
.,iiiiliiil utiijic .IUI1C
i nil' .1 it- nt-" 1 -aiiiiii.i iiou
o-t.Tece ani iieaii. .. ,
U lilC Ui.ll ileal II,' ,i if. ,
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lcsiiiiioiiy,eiieiry -..is itlsclu.-cd. ,
U e ii..vc i.o ito.iiiiiciiis to ii..i.o on i
LI 1 1' occi.tioii. i ,ie
ine la-.v anouiu un uiaiiuaiiieu at a.l
Tiie wound appeared to beiallitt:
ed with a Kti.tiil l;ni:e, which cliteied
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the lelt side juvt below the region id
the deal t, without tieneli ailio' the
iinuoii.eii. ii is supposed thai the j
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ci.ii.ao ..oauirn ptniaps me i
pleuia has been slightly wounded,
iur. .Major a Miuauun is deemed vtiy ;
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The gills ofPadigum di ink a nint
of yeast bclore go. ng to bed ot night.
to niaKe inein kisu euny in tho inor-!
I For the Radical.
; Air. Editor: I observed i;i the last
number of your paper, an editorial arti-
-lo i. - r.l.
m., jmi jiui mii: iu ui: a no.iuu oi
speech of Judf-c Allen, delivered in this
town on the 4.1. inst.. in which after
speaking very slightingly of that speech,
and ridiculing the idea of "caucus dic-
tation,'" and more than intimating that
vou are :,, fUVor oi the cauous
you declare "We do not hesitate to say,
flir we g,c ik advisedly, that the Judge
wiH not get ten Democratic votes in the
countv, and we consider his rhance e.
' quaHy bad with the AVhigs." Now Mr.
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r.ltio , .l,o., KnVl,;.. , !.
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riiuor, wncn me mugs ani you to speak
j for them, they will 110 doubt be very glad
,t,r Jou 10 uo so ounniui uiai lime. uicv
'r i..4.ii.i . .
! !iad ,nMh ralhcr 3 Would be silent
1 ,ar as t!u'-v :ire concerned, unless you
nre " 111 r-u lsl"i l"ai your statements,
! will comport more nearly wilh the facia
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' the case than the one ;Uoiel above,
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. 1 on "sjitak advitM,v you say. Ah.
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but whence this advice? Have the Whijrs
miii juu iiiut tm-y uoiini not luic lur
'Judge Allun? Or have some of your
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' party told you that no Democrat should
j vote for hi n? Has the imperial ukase
- gone forth, proclaiming to the trembling
sons of Democracy "accursed be he that
j voteth fur Horse Allen?" If this be the
t case, then you have perhaps very good
authority for saving 'hat he will not get
ten Democratic votes in the county.
But as fur '.he tYl.igs of this county, I
; have no hesitation in say ing (unless there
j is a Whig candidate in the field, of v. hich
; tiierc is no probability) that they as a
', parly will support him. We take him
" ' because he is opposed to the "tyranny
, of the general ticket system" of e'ectln;' .
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llllHll-ll.1 111 V-111-ll.-.p. ?ft .11 I'll. 'It I.illl
because lie is in favor cf iitMinf a con
' vention to amend our State Constitution.
I We support him because he is in favor
Tirrimnll'in- frii-n in SI' tf. i.rli.i.. Tint
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. any merit oi their own not hecauso thev '
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" : are honest and capable but because j
jthey are tiie followers of a particular j
man, or the meuibers of a particah.r par-:
ly. We applaud hi.n because he has i
brckei himself loose from the Irainuiels 1
f faction, and din I indi ncii.lentlr to -
"'"'vocato his u n piinciplcs. Wlien th ;
ul'err.jti e U presented us of choosing j
lf l'een nun :nla:.y one cl tne accom-j
'""dating aspirant to u litur.iuation l y ('
ditrictir. ' li e Stale ' if it c:m be done'
with salttv to the Democrats " am.th-
.,.),: ,r r r r . .
cr says lie ia "in favor if districting
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e vole by fti.eral licket'' a
third si ys he is in favor cf the district i
would seem, but unfm Innately they are
somewhat like thotc cf a certain knight
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notions lilttii 1,nri" o notl
That In -I. wa hi..l. I: c..uU m.t U'.t.- .
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'And lur that reason the lags prefer
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Jiidc Allen, because he has come out
baldly and expressed his political opin
ions audit" I am not vastly mistaken
the majority of the people will prefer
him to an-such men, as dare not ex-
press honest opinions for fear they may
not be popular -maik that Mr. Kdi- :
"''''"" '".nor, i win oare-
f.. -7. . :.r- t .. -u t
ly mention, that ia reading over the
''editorial" in your last paper, it struck
me very forcibly that in ambiguity of sen- ;
timeut vou differed very Iiitlo from the '
aforesaid Knight "whose notions fitted
things so well" and the three illustri-
uscanilillafl.sforlhc f),.(.e oJ-nomillCU
. of the Democratic Convention the on-
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ly ditreience being that we find them on
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neither side or on hoth sides of the pncs- ,
tion at pleasure, w hcreas we find you on
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supiemacy cl j both sides only. oil are decidedly a
Horse Allen man one week, and two
weeks after you are just as decidedly
auti-IIorse Allen. In your paper of the
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"U ,nsl" Tea,u"R 01 JlllIgc Allen, you
sa: "lb? says Le is a better Democi at
" -oi. Demon, anu we are inclined to '
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uencve u, lor lie is in lavorol districting
tlie Mate, of a convention to amend the
cons,:tu1if, 0f ti,. U.n ,.r ;.. ,tn.. '
notes by the Bank of Missouri, and op-!
posed to the currency Bills, and ,0
Clique dictation. This wo call pictty
good Democracy." But in your last pa
per you lay "the people of Old Tike,
both Whigs and Democrats look upon
this 'showing up' of the Judge's as
mere gammon, and t..e ballot box w in
show it" and that which but two weeks
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ago you proiiounccj "pretty good i.emo-
crac" viz: "opposuior. to clique dicta-
tion"-you now declare in the case of
Col. Boon to be a "departure from an
cient and tried Democratic .isnagc."
lint perhaps you did not speak "advised-
i ' ... .,
Iicn you penned Hie Jirtt article.
A ";""1""ilt" ,''nSl,sl1 statesman nas ( sj5tcr () t;ie xvm' of Aaples, QueeQ
' sail1 ,,lut "Fools ncvcr c,,a,,?c t,!c:r I'in- , Chris' ii.a.tl'.e Iitcliess of I5erry,&c.,
! 'ons, wise men sometimes do." Ifthis.at .Aiudmi. 'Il.is event derives in
Lc ,nlr' anJ a man is wie in PPHon j s 'i',j.,I,rl,. U? Pro,P
. . , t oi ens cit l lie mar iHire ol hor e..
10 tne net uency 01 1.1s cuancc 01 senu
' t r t!:p f.-fillipnpv
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; mem' l,lcn Jre J 0,1 t,mur' one
1 Iho most riritloimn T.o iiir:il s:ifci nl Ihi
l-..i,Il . !( r;l;.T;lt; f()'
n.tci esiili p:i!':ior.!ih is frn:n the L'.nl
h (Siiievj port) i'aetie f the 21st.
4T. c .Mi i.iii hr s ! ri n i!; lied I'.iv-
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rr u ry n.i.es tn;:i.i r Ml n inv fir-air-!
in: 1 1 m oi cr :.i Cli. '; 1 e C-ip'an in
' r r : i (! lis tii.ti ho obJitisiod fume i:ot
ton in t--:;t distant r. ;i n. ;u d iiit
Slit si'U;. r- bvr.i now snti-!ii-d tint
S'l "ii I :. t . c. ill I'n.i'i; ill, ii'. imvr
r.'-i'!vo.! i ii L''i:i' extendi . '. lv into
t' e :ti'!nr i'''t; m. !! ::N.i s'r
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ii.e liv-'i" r.'i.iv.' t: c Ki
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rvcr is s!..i!:.-.v.
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n -n-i the s!-ivt,t o i t' I'h'.r.fi
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e. arnl it was -htv r.-ed thrii
i i n i i "lie: iti- ns (mil iu-c-i c:ir-r'rt-
' it t . i . . ,- .
e l ;hrri!-li -lit ibat I '. l-.e . i:i '.
-pi. e . p. .,,, ,.,..,;.- v u, -
ni;: t i .r c'. v f.u pi-on 'i-: :.-
c t ; c- :.!".; v .Miivi-!.
A i: -:i-'iii ff i a ! of tiic pl.'i.'.ri -n -
f. it lato iti1 ol ti e s:-
ftta!-!c.l t i .b-aili.
diabiiaii's of l.;t triz-s v cv
i V ii!..r:io i1. ( !; o planter at
7. i. Ii ivi: Ui") s'aves m his
i.p.l p'H ioo in iri n- t'.e i iv
i L. -Hi:.-.!. Se.-e:-..! h;:;!:r.!
I ! o
.lie.s l ad
'.ni'i', in iii:!l rrnt i;i
ii'ii'.'nr In (Miel! ti.i c'i
; opt i r:--. I-i f-
::jt n ;n t:.t.
I ! e r.",1'!.'.' !
nt !.( (.0 i
;' t -i-k
o iriinn t': :t
. nt a I lb"
- "ii ;
O 1 1 I
r p. ii
it ; :. :
! .uis ;!, i ';
i:.?rta ,e over
.il l I have.
ks ;.i.oi ). I
M!.l at .',.'!( -
i- a '
1 1 i i -
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id Cm i:
ii ol ii
I c r,
;i n it, ;-
: i 1
!S l "' ,ll! '. , !
; o; tl
tc!.l -oil's t-il
lil"-t idit'lv ., a; point,'
-t. ri.l he ii b 'en rir.i,
a ii i::,ii.-'i- ol iii; ir.ii'H'atiid men oi'
;ii,- St..t- ar.i! s.'i.n' id the n .-;
! ro-'i it ciit tiieiobers of t 1 : i Senate
and 1 1 ..use ,::vl' bei ii wiiiten to by
lii.'iu. Major Wi '.ni 'ii' v. as ail olii
or i-i the lass war a::-.! receive d m'v-
s.l'i-r,! it in n Ii.. 1 -t I
severe woiav s; Ii- 1 s1 r- !,t
arm by a ten por.n.l shot t the i'.ii'im
ol tl-.e ! itt-ries at I'.-rl laic I-.-well
ic.piainti'd with Frontier hv.
!s:t vill ." I l';i trie. I :i'l 1 1 vr f!-iiSl'il- in i
TtM rv ,
i. !! was
:v ol tin- Gatti'teer of Missotn i.
I i- i i
nH'iis.ick i lines.
v. . I
u H:a nas tlie
Tin" last X. Y
St - J .!'
''"" readers ive alrradv aware that '
. 11 1 ... . .i 1 i , , . .
me i .e.--i.ipni oi me i ni-ci states, ,s ;
1 Id I III l'i. III I II III!:!' :i Vnoniri
,'iT'il accou.lni ie.I laiiv ol rir-
, 1 .... . , , ,' , '
.IT:.tl '.Vi'. . ill' Mlf :l n I if-'
- at lit roplie n:i I o;ird (bu Princeton,!
hv which the vonn" l.idv ("ii'inr,'
, . . , . i , . . . . .
Co,, t .atdincr.) ,,sl his ,!e, will
probably cause a postponement of i
,!,a h M O'TSu-ntitiori for a few
. I . '11 1 I 17.
F.mli-L merit hit a Cl rl;. Henry
Iloll'rnan. n voting man in the I'lnploy
0f .MPssrs. Cohen & Co., of William
street. X- York, was anested, clmrjr- !
ed with embezzling property of his
emt.lovers to the amount ..t 'Cr. nav
I,;,rt ' t!ie property was found in
l'ss.on, and bo admitted hav-
ui; him ii iiiui... mi i?nii.ii ne gave an
order on a person in X. Jersey, with
. I.- I.- 1 1 :. - l -
wnom iic uaa ueposuea u. lie was
'The packet ship Liverpool arrived
TV.... V.f- 1 lit. . "
xtw mi nun iivernnAl
n of ,he 6lh and London of the 5u,
The cotton fever . -I.-.:-
I he commercial intelligence will U
found under ..e appropriate head,
.er.eraM,ertrat,d the faithful id-
- 'lie mil of .Napoleon, died ;it Chateau.
:!'",!'t '"! .l!,e ,st ,cst:1."1- It!Ii.
i "V" " V , " i f
' the le:U:i if the lnlantu Carlotn. c.n
:... i..., i i. ..ok ....;.- i ... it .
S(rt ,n Francisco de Pauli, and
- .1-. .... .
w iih ( .iceii 1 a'jfi'a, and the
OIl, - nt s llL-iiient of tlie aSain 7r
Irrhmj. The follow ing interest
in,.' p trar-phs. received by the lata
jo nva', we firid in our cistern f xchan-
b. . ( i'vJt'iir.eil began his speech in
ti.rteiifte on .M- n.Iay the 5th. Ths
Liverpool Times of tlie Gih, ia a
posts- rii t. iuias tlie oppning pan
1 it, a iM'iimri long, stating that he
sas stiii tpcikiiig when the repor
ter ieli. The yre'ct excitement
I.'cvaneJ; ti.e room w.n most dense
y ci wVMied. and .Mr. O'Connell pro
nfel 'o ii, ate his speech as brief
i" po-i!il. lie avowed himself a
ilepoaler, denounced the union, and
I'u io! li-.o .t ski!fii!!v, thomh in a
very s:iji:t fnd ironnlej nnriner, to
he i jcciuiii'ti oi C.ttii i'ics fioiii the
t!:e c-T..!nct . ill" Att'irnev
. .' ;.. ;a'. .-r..l :dl tin? other trifjioi
i-. 't ii lis"... ii -e nttenli.c tiie trial
co::!.l bear ia his f.ivnr.
'i'hf rti.i!ie c ini.'iict of the Iiijh
tt'in!ey C'.ner.i'. Mr. S n'nii, in
t'.alleiisiic Mr. I'f.'.jiLdt in, of the
, p s:te c uin-e!. su'rjei-t.s him to the
it; c-it.i:ns remarks :n everv rjnar
t r. I lis e-i-T wis b-tiur' t ii t
'hf i i- us.? o!' C irtiin.iiis an ! the mir
i-fri 1 ii. t ruber-, -in:! Sr II ibrrt Peel
hi'ii-' !r, wf to f -tfed to av thn! his
i'"!:ii'i'iw:.s utterly i-i! f.-.'i.--il le.
'i h Ti iu s ;:ti. s so f.jr s t- c dl him
the l-t'r :t T.ey (I"n?r-.!." though
in- has not r.irr.e!. There is i most
vocifToas fa!! upon 1: tin to do st from
ii.? I., n-i -n p,es. It is th-itht that
!if vviii in ! nr-pien'te of thi unan-i'ii-:
is r.n ! decided ri-n.ir niaatinn of
e Xttimiul lateiJL'f.ic of the
Ttii instar.', s?y?z
''!' .e H -n. Jo!:n C. Calhoun, of
Shi;:'; I'.ir. Iiii , was yes'erdiy nom
ill tf.I t l!:." S- fl't-' by t!:i V-!-i
cit of tie l'i:i:.-".l S: i.'s to fiA tne
uc' "i Sl'lu 'ary ol State, en-.). I e-
nt; . t
lo-.-f rnor Yiis. rt Pb.inr.on. of
v. as yi'stei,; : v n-itiiinatcd by
'!.; P.Ts.iei.t tti bo Minister tn .Mex-i.-o:
a-;.! Cij-t i:n V:i C. i'mlton. I"
ritetl S'ates N ivy, to be Chief of the
ilt-.'ait C -nstntctifn arid Ilepaii
o! the X-.vy."
T1 Va-!iit:i:!:n r rr-spindent of
il titiai'T" Aitierioi.n w:he, un
der d it- of Ma-cli tit!;:
'It i sai.i that Jame M. Mnson,
Yi-srini', wiil be r.oaiina'.e.I to the
X::vy l)-p ;-'i!ietit.
'it isn is.iitl that a c hh t of" ia p.ii
rv l.-.s !;,; n -rJere.l. ror.:poed of
.I-"-e. Uoltor. Au! c f.nd Il.imsay,
of he Xavv I tinrrit. to investi-
; ; :.:t'c-,f.
S.' .s Y: ':!.! has been o.'l'ered the
-t rv iip.-n the bene!: of the Su
e.iii" Ci-iiit. an! !us fiiends say that
j o-r.iveiV I'eeliue,
'"Mr. Crdhettii h 's !,-n r.i-i,inated
i y the advi.-e ol bis friend--. Mr. Mc
I)iif!i' att.I nearly all of them, and the
-.T.cr;l prcsoniptifN is that he will
ae.-i pt. In Iced, it is said, ilif re ii no
iloiibl of it."
Ma. Wisk appears in the M.iJisnn-i-in
in a letter, occupy inj; about fivs
fi'liunr, t bis late constituents. It
contains r.o'hia:.' about Tyler ism. or
tlie t irtit. or politi'", State or Na-
, , . . ' , , . , .
ti-inal, nit ss an able, noble elfort, to
lP(?iifi t!.r ni-nr'o ill l,i ilifrint In
cl ntate their children
.. "...- Ill, . . , ,. V. ...- .V-. IV
e Ftrij 'in r.n extract: Knowi-
; fil.-i." is power; it is tlie greatest 01 a, I
i. .i i - i
r""""' It n the power which over-
M 1 I.i . .1
t-.- . '.u- ' .-i
ineqiriiiUE".'; n is uic power wnicn
nV(.r,.OI,!M n! nhmieal .,b!r.tptinn. in
t;.e s av (l( man." castes anj ran(iS an(j
i-nde.s'bow before it; wealth is impo-
tent aLr.inst it; it subdues the earth;
and it humbles tyrants!! And if
knovde ' is ji(it'r,xnornncc is weak
ness titter, impotent weakness. We
yay we were all born free and equal
- ' - ial niav be so,
But, if we wero
hrn sn, the stats of freedom and e
ijuality d-ies not last lon in life if on
man is to be cultivated in his mind,
whilst the otl er is permitted t grow
up in ignorance. How is the man
who cannot read and write the equal
in power of any sort, except muscu
lar pmver, cf the mtsn of letters?