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Mr. Glcntworth Lave them to me on die 1-lth of October, 1340, on a Wednesday?has before perused the letters and sw orn to them befoi. the Recordci und twice before the Grand Jury. The) were exhibited te some gentlemen, but were in my custody?Mr. Glcntworth wns in "A ilkin-. Rollins N C<>.. 17 Broad-street?:i- sitnntod, Glentworth said know? ing tiir j- tter ti> be from Badger he opened it, though it won directed to Wilkins. Mr. Graham ceased and the L)i-tt:>-: Attornej commenced rearlinea letter dated A j ui I 2d, 1839, of GeorgeW. Rankin, addressed to Wilkius?the next i- addn s-<-d to Mr. G. dated April C, 1839?3d is directed to Mr. G., duted 9th April. The Lst speaks of the difficulty of getting bis order filled. Tr-..- 2d introduce* Mr. William I . Pittficld. as a trust? worthy young mair. The 3d introduces three gentlemen about to visit the city on business. He explained that Mr. Pittfield was die son of a President or Cashier, of one of the Banks in Philadelphia, a most effi? cient n an in the business; Du a Juror?The consignment of :i>:ra meant men. Glentworth said that the letter was from Badger in answer to a proposition to send on mens?and w;.s adtoitly arranged ?a list ofthe men was showed to me. /' ilrict AUornhf?Mr. Pittfield came en and remained durim; the winde election?visited the Committee at the Committee room, and boasted of the number of times he had voted. Glentworth said he doubled hi- ability, and goi into a curricle with him to go and test him. Went to the Third Ward poll, :nid Glcntworth and Pittficld wont into the room. P:tt?eld asked Glentworth the name of one of the Inspectors : h.- said it uns Ros'cvclt. The moment he got the name of the Inspector he walked up and. calling him by name, look hi-j- by the hand?Roscvclt treated him as an odd acquaint? ance Pittfield tendered his vote, and it was taken without any questions bch.e asked. The letter contained die names ofthe Captains or lead? ers of the gangs. He mentioned to me that othei individuals also knew o the transactions. Ho named Noah Cook.?a .Mr. Lawrence and aMi. Ming sometimes?also assisted in hoeut poetizing the men?they were to direct what Wards the men were to ?" The aggregate amount of money spent, was between 7 und lO.noi.i dollars, as mentioned to me .Mr. ( >'.< ntworth?Mr. (i. sa d so himself?I made ho calculation?this he said he had expended in this way. In consequence of this statement I wem to Philadelphia to have an interview with the persons named, to leu.ru the ti'iti.?Mr. 'i. understood that I wns going, and gave me some letl rs of introduction. This was in. October-last. He sent me the letters on Saturday the i'tii of October. Bj 1 irnham? i onl) uc.it ascertain the truth si Iclv?(i. knew it. anil ! went for no othi i i urpose undi i heaven. He gave mo letters to Mayor Swift?Bela Badger?Goorge Ri.iit r and a Mr. Wolf?who had been an Alderman?3 of tho parties I saw, the 4th I ilid not. I left here on Sunday morning the 10th of October. Some conversation occurred between Messrs. Graham and Whitney, sis to whether Mr. .S. should detail w hat conversa? tion occurred in Philadelphia. Mr. Graham.objected to the conversation beinggiven? he read a letter and sni.l that as it wnsn mere letter ol intro? duction, the conversation could not not he given, as (i. was present. Tin- Recorder said, as the lettcrswcic to confirm tho truth of what Glentworth ?nid, tho conversations could be given. Before the Court decided, the District Attorney said he could put tin- question so that the Counsel could not object, and the witness resumed.? ?Immediately on my return on Wedncadoy, the 11th of Oct ?bor, I told Glentworth ull I had heard and said, at his re? sidence at tlie Astoi f\ouse. 1 made notes in Philadelphia, immediately after every interview; und I read Mr. Glcnt? worth my notes. I told him that on Sunday evening 1 had called on Mayor Swift and dclivi red his letter to him rit Iiis kou-e.?Mayor Swift inquired the object of my visit?I told him to make similar arrangements to those made in the tall ' of 1833 and spring of 1839?gave it to Mr. G. in detail.?1 ask d the Mayor la aid mi?he said he could and would with pleasure?he asked when our election took place, and I told him in November?am not sun- that 1 have the notes? 1 think they were do..'roved after my examination before tho Recoracr. If I haw them I w ill produce thorn. The Mayor asked as the t !<?. !.,.u c irne. on in November, why 1 wished to make tho arrangements so early in October. 1 told him that we bad, a-he was probably well aware, a II gistry L?w in this City, and to make those men efficient they must be re? gistered; 1 asked where I could fiud Miller and Youmr, as I would iike to see tlicm. Ho said they w< re on special du? ty?:t was .i night or two before the > lection; 1 u>kc.i when 1 could sec Badger?he said 1 could see him the next morn? ing? he would at range it, and said further that if I would come ?.. hi> office the next morning, be would -hew me M:' lor and Vouiag; so that I should km.w them?a kod him of d" pr- priety of having a meeting at Riston's house, because die) bad met tfcsrc in Nov. '38?aid, "at the time when you w.-re present." The Mayor admitti d that ho had been at such mi e ii ? ui that it would m t do to go t.> Riston's, ?* be had K-.-omc a noisy, intemp rate i taa, and had nearlv blown the affair of 1838?had a general conversation rela? tive to ti t- nomination at Harrtsburgh, which had no connec? tion with this subject. By Judge Noah?1 did not tel! Mayor Swift that I was a V. bi: By Juror and Graham?r presume he thought I was a Whig. 1 have di tailed the whole cpnversadQn t.- far as I can remember. I gave no name at that time. I met Mayor Swift at his office the next rawiin;-; at or afloat ten o'clock : when I -.vent in ho wns engaged. He ?um to lue.and said, "Ourlriend has, neglected to mention your name.'" 1 replied, itwas Stevenson. In a few mo? ments afterwards, Robert Miller came in an.I Mayor Swift introduced meto him. I have forgotten whether he said this ts Mr. Stevenson, m the gentleman spoken of. Mr. Miller arid myself walked into the Park, when wo talked ofmybesi nc?s. Some conv.-r.ation ocetnrrcd between tko counsel and the court. I he witness: .-ui.!?1 am now de:ail:t.g only w hat I told to Mr. Glentworth. I stated to Mr. Mfller that 1 want. ,! to make similar arrangements to get men to come on to New ** I ile-irc you to undent!and (he m:e 5>i York to vote as were made by Glentworth in lfi'lC?that I ! wished as many of the same menas possible to come; to gri c . me a list of tin' names of the persons ti> come on. and to j check the names >>f those who had voted here before, that I they mi;.*ht be distinguished from the rest. He save me the t list. ? Before Mr. Stevenson's examination in chief was concluded, [ the C'oort adjourned to '?> <? i. ? k on Thursday. Jonathan 1). Stevenson recalled.?(A papi r with a list of j names of persons, said to have come on from Philadelphia to j vote was then shown.)?That is the list I showed to Mr. i Glentworth. List of names read, several of which were ; marked with a cross. The ?-r purports to be -???vi by Ro I k-ert Miller. Mayor*, office, and was furnished by Miller. IVrlnc.iK.?Those with a cross had been here before, and I those checked bad been here before and d >:ie some -? ; After seeing Miller we went over to Washington S?u e Place, by. appointment,"'.where Miller gave mc this list, a.-d I said he should expect$30 a man. He t'-al me thi. w s composed of some of the most strong .and daring men in the city and State. I believe was his assertion; He particularized two of them who would swear in in every ward of this city. 1 Iii ? the same day I met Miil-r and received the li-t 1 had an i.; j tervicw with Saundcrs and Thornton. I approached them : and asked them if they knew Glontwortfa, and told them that j my object was to :.'et men to come to New York and v iti ? the same Gl ?ritv.oi th had done in 1338 and 11(33.? Asked them if they could furnish a li-t of men, and thev a d t};e\ could, and would require f 10 a man. They agreed to meet me at t!;e watch box ri arof State bank at 7 or !' ?> clo k that evening, [ afterwards saw Saunders, who said tl_-1 Thornton would furnish the list?thai was t., !??? considered j as the Ii<l for both of us. I inked him it' he had worked in ! thi-i city, tt'd he -aid be had i-.i a number of the war I-. I think be named the 1st,-Jd. Gdi and some other wards.? Asked him if he had seen the committee, said he bad?par? ticularly Noah Cook, who was very intent on changing the bats and coats of the men. to vote. Leaving him I wem I Bela Badger's. [He produced:some papers and read. 1? I These are my notes I made when at Philadelphia I met Badger at the Herman Head Quarters?I was in a carriage and he came nut. and we went into an upper back room. I had a letter of introduction from .1. B. Glentworth to him, stating that "the bearer is entitled to your most entire c - 6denco.-! J Fe gave mc back the letter, find Cold nie to crive it to Mr. Looncy, u?<l it would besuftlcicul for th ;m to g< a and make the arrangements. Mr. Bndger told me be I...* furnished tl.o mon, and acknowledged having written ;i letter signed S. \V. Rawhn, about die "ynrn." He said Swint was ,-i Swiss who was not to bo trusted?that he bad become a poor drunken vagabond?and made a noise?spent the money be was to pay the men. They had to raise money to pay them. He said:he could furnish die men, and wishod j he had 35 men from New York, and iie could vote them 'iOQ times in Philadelphia; I went to Loi ney's house nu.l be received me so freelv that the moment I mentioned Mn Glentworth, I had no need to -how Mr. Badger's letter. I asked Mr. Looncy if be had furnished men for .Mr. Gicnt i wnrtli?1?: said he bad, and could procure men for me?that the men inns! be paid in advance as it gave them a better heart. That Mr. Glentworth was a gentleman ami paid lib? erally. The next day I saw James Young. I went from l.ooney's bouse to watch-box, where I met Thornton and we went to an Oyster cellar. There we bad conversation and! Mr. Thornton gave me a list.?(li-t read.) I showed ti c list to Glentworth?icvcral of die names wi re marked with ; u cross, as having been here before to vole. It was signed James Thornton, Sheriff's office. .Mr. Thornton said he would furnish an additional number of men, and could come on himself it it was deemed necessary; Next day I saw James Young, sheriff officer?asked him i!' he had taken on men to vote?ho said he hud. Asked him if ho could sei '1 on men?be said he could, and direr ed him to make up a list and send it through ihe Post Office ad ?? dressed to Mr. Jams in New-York, box 190 Upper i'nst Office. I tnlil him the box was mine, but that was noi t iv 1 name. Ail this in substance I told to Mr.Glentworth in one hour after 1 arrived in the city, 1 told him (Glentworth) tliut Jarvis was not my name, but that Jarvis was n friend of ? mine, and that bis letters were put into my box, lf'O Upper Post Office. Mr. powers' and Mr. Glentworth'* letters were also put into my box while they were in the Tobacco warehouse. 1 went from Young !?> Looncy?he mad.n his list in my presence whilst i was there. (List shown) This is the iist, marked K, and is.signed by Mr.Looncy, No. 11 South-Seventh stTcet. This list was rend. I stated to Mr. Glentworth that Lnoney snnl that hr wns the iit.-t man in Philadelphia that commenced purchasing votes?thai be had followed ii lor ihree years?had carried Pine Ward foe V. bigs, and could carry any \\'aid in the city, until the prac? tice of marchiug up in ranks to the polls w as changed. Mr. fir .ham objected to this testimony of frauds in Philndi Iphi i a- b ivihg nodiing lo do with the presci t trinl, and were only calculated to prejudice the accused, without any benefit ti tin-case. The District Attorney replied. The Court overruled die inquiry into frauds in Philodcl ! pliia elections. Witness.?Looncy premised to send me on u list. I then called on George Ri.-toii ut bis In use. w ith a letter of intro? duction from Glentworth. Matin;; that the bearer uns cntitl- d to his fullest confidence. He met mc so cordially that I had do need to use the letter, i asked him if he Im?! changed checks? He said ho had changed for Mr. Gill ; that they had ni.-, tit his house on Sunday afternoon, where Glentwoi th paid some money to Young and anothi r, i left Philadel a on the 11th. the next morning, und arrived here at 3 o'clock; . went immediately to the Astor Hou-re, saw Mr. Glentworth, and repeated-to him what I have been demifing-hcre; On Thursday thereafter 1 received a letter from Jam ?- Young, which coiresponded with Glontworth's statement to me Be? fore. I also received a letter from Looney,and showed that and Young's Icttci to Glcntwottb, who-aid?That is an aber o\ idence of the truth of my former statements to you. Loo ncv tohl me that it: writing to me, or I to him, that for - .- ry man 1 she .-Id w rite forti foot of pipe. A letter was read, in which he -tates the names of tho men who were tocomeon, and who could lay pipes?two of whom he stated could lay pipes in any place. A second !<?;:. r was also read, containing a list of names, directed to Mr. Jaryis, box N >. 190 apt" : post office. Cross examine !? 1 have recently been appointed by the Cotrim >n Council Collector of the arrears of taxes. Wi..-:. I went to Philadelphia in October, 1840, 1 had no particular j business, except tsupcrintending whani s. Q. When vou applied forthc officcof Collector of nrrcnr of Taxes di.l you not ask for it on the ground of the import? ant services you bad rendered in making these disclosures 1 A. I .Ii i not i a any such grounds : I resigned the office of T'bncci Inspector in 1839, my term of ?.ffieehavibg half cx pi-?-d: I did not rt*sign the office tor any other arrange ,; at with Mi. Glentworth than tii.it he was to pay me r.*ni for the Tobacco Warehouse There was no arr tngrrnicnt with Gleut? worth that 1 was to have any part of the emolrments i f the office; The office was a losing concern, I r.-signed the of ti.e on the ? xim -s ground* tl.at Mr. Gler.tw.util v. a.- to have the office : 1 so stated it to Mr. Blotch ford, w ho was :?> be tin- p .-between berweeti the Governor and myself. The arrangement between Mr. Blatchtbrd and myself was, that I was to retain th- tight to withdraw my resignation. I ?i:-t became acquainted with Mr. Glennvorth in November, inrsd. when he advertised $30,000 to loan,for which I appli? ed. I was not introduced to him at Weunorc's in l?'K). ! with regard to the office of Tobacco Inspector. [ was not i ti id ced in WeUnore's office ia presence of Mr. Pierce. \ I liad u conversation with Mr Glentworth before September histVi Albany, <?:; the subject of die-c election fra :d-=. It w as ? in January or r'chnt.rv. 1340. I b id beard of some accu : sations a minst him, and I stated to bim in his ow n room in ; j Congress Hall, that the reason w hy Its might no: be con : firmed in office was on account of die accusations of his hav- , j ing brought men from Philadelphia to this city to vote. 1 , told bun if such were the fact, I would certainly withdraw ! my resignation, us I could not resigs to give place to any ' man w ho would Ik- guilty of such conduct. Mr. Glentworth I became J'-'gry ami said he would cut the car- orthr?at of any 'incifde? of ihr fJorerniiiorit. f wi?b sliem cn.rri.il NEW-YORK, FRIDAY, MAY ?->*?. 1*51 not withdraw mv resignation. The next conversation wtth I hirn on tin- subject was four to sis mouths afterwards. I ! alluded to it. ami told him there were rumors aVout him. axd to attend to his business. He laughed, ami his manner was , such as to lead mc to believe there was some truth in the charges. I never referred to these charges afterward*, from I summer of1839 to September, 13'40, until that giving rise to the present case. I associated with Mr. Glentworth after this, as the matter did not concern me. I had a desk in the tobacco warehouse, and then? was the ordinary intimacy ol genuemen bepiveeh us?we often walked the streets tog then Mv object in talking to Mr. Glcntworth on the subject, was thar Mr. Glentworth most discontinue Iii? drafts on Mr. Picri e, as they were too many and he drew more money than . the property and business in the warehouse would warrant, bi my necessities would allow . I r.:ni an interest in the rent of the warehouse but have not received:?'singled?llar, di rcctly or indirectly, in any way as profits of the concern, other than the $10,000 rent of the warehouse, which was to be paid monthly in advance. 1 hnd not an interest of one-third assigned to Mr. Pier -?my interest for rent, over ground rents,Sic. were assign d to Mr. Pierre t<> pay certain demands against me. 1 was not employed to transact any ptrt of the business of the warehouse. 1 sometimes answered questions gratuitously a- to business. I have formerly made an utli davit in rcla'ti >n to the whole affair. It was drawn up by the District Attorney, dictated by me. The letters, paper.. Szc., were by the consent of Mr. Glcntworth submitted to Mr. I'.iitl-r. Mr. C. W. Lawrence, Mr. Allen, Mr. Edmonds ai d Mr. Whiting; and the papers after that meeting were jdared in the iiands of Mr. Edmonds to draw up an expose of the wh do affair, which Mr. Glcntworth was to sign. The District Attorney and Mayor were present when I submitted t'io.e i np-i-s to the.e go(!. I did net volunteer to make t tose statement.. I was 'ubpecnad before the Recorder and ?III.lice Mir-ell to appear before thrm r>t the ( 'oilit held in the Alms House. My impressiou is Mr. Glcntworth was there at the beginning of the examination, but I cannot n - membi r whether he was there afterwards at my examination. I was present twice in the Alms House, once in the case of Young and once in the case of Mr. Glcntworth: The afE davit was made in an bour. I have no personal knowledge whatever of any frauds in the Elections of 1838 and 1839. All 1 know I derived from Glentworth and others: The rea? son Glentworth gavti t.. mo for mnking the.e vtntemem? was to skow that he could coerce his reippointment. The con? versations were implied!}' confidential, und I did uoi feel a: liberty without his consent t- disclose them I think I men? tioned the circumstances to Mr. Edmonds hitter part of Sep fernher orbeginning ofOctober, and Mr Glentworth went with me. 1 mimed them to no person before; I did not d. ern it my duty to disclose diese enorrjous frauds to any public oliicer. By the Court.?Mr. Glentworth went dow n to Mr. Ed? monds to show the papers to prove his statements. Twente days elapsed between the dines "ft!.nvcrsadon and the mi king of my affidavit before'the Recorder. I have read the statements published in the pnpors'of my affidavit?I have read that in tie-pamphlet form within 24 hours. In Phila? delphia 1 reduced to writing the proceedings of each day at night. Some of the memoranda I ma le I have and some I have destroy e l. My object in going on to Philadelphia wn lo ascertain the truth of Glcntworth's story. 1 went :it the instance of Mr. Glentworth. I went to see if Mr. GJeat worth could s.-eiire his rc-appoihtment to office. On mj re? turn from Philadelphia 1 told Mr. Glentworth, tlmt my en? quiries wi re satisfactory and that I thought he could secure his r -appointment to office. I advise ! him. however, as an h aornble, high-minded man to make a fill expose of the whole afihir. My object in taking the letters of introduction t" Mr. Swift ami others was to obtain the information I de? sired. My object was to make them believe that I was in the saun- political interest as they were. I never -aid my K?me was Jarvis, or signed my name to a letter us Jarvis. I have addressed a note to Mr. Pittfield stating tli.it Mr. Jar? vis would soon call upon him. Note shown and u nd t " Mr. Jarvis'wUl do himself the honor to call on Mr. Pittfield, a- soon niter breakfast as pos? sible." There was a Mr Jarvis I intended t? take down w ith me to see Mr. Pittfield; Mr. d. i- a book-keeper in 'he Usbucco warehouse. Mr. Pittfield I ? T:? I not know; I wrote from the President Hotel in thi- citj ; Mr. Jarvis was not presenr. I smte.i to the Mayor of Philadelphia that the object of my ? i-:t was to make such arrangements as Mr. Glcntworth made in 1838 and 1?39. I gave the Mayor distincdy to under? stand that it was necessary t<> have q lilt of men for tegutry, to come on ami vote here fiaudulehtly at our election-. I Stated to him unequivocally that my object was to get a !i-t of names of men to be registered here ami then come on and vote a. they did in 1838 und 1839. ?i. Did von or did vou no-, tare to the Mayoi of Philadel? phia, in words or in substance, that you came on there a.- an agon! for tin- Whigs, to import fraudulent voters .' A. Xo, Sir. I have stated to you all the conversation I had with the Mayor. I never told the Mayor and never -aal I came on there to-get persons to come on here and detect fraudulent v iters. I never -aid so to any one. I never told Mr. Ladd? er, or any one in Philadelphia, that my name w as Jaryis. 1 never told any person that I was n Whig. I put the name of Stevenson on the hook- of the hotel. /?'? a Juror?.">.? one called me Jarvis in Philadelphia. ! opened all the letter- directed to Jarvis for rni?by the con? sent of Mr. Jarvis?in the presence of a witness. The rea? son I cent so fully into a detail of statement to Mr. Glcnt worth was. that I bad Mi. G.'s statements it. my own writing, and to compare the notes ' h:ul taken in Philadelphia with it. I have no statement of any kind in the hand writing of Mr. Glentworth. I think 1 did hot i--II any person that I was ob? taining-facts from 'conversations with Glcntworth tobe used against him. I mentioned to the Grand Jury the conversa? tion we had wit;. Glentworth in September, 1340. I did not dictate to Glentw orth the form of the letters of introduction. By a Juror?Mayor Swift did not understand my ,,?/ ob? ject. Mr IngersoU did understand my real object, which was :?' ascertain the truth if Glen." uth's statement?i? ... -. ing that if it were true that he could force a re-appointment. By Mr Graham?I am und have been l">r :?) years an ac? tive member of the party opposed to that with vvi.i.-h Mr. Gicntworth has acted. Chat le* B. Steint stcorn?1 resid at 125 Qinrlbtle-str :. Philadelphia, i know J. V>. Glcntworth by sight?that is the genderhdn that sits there?I flunk that I first becarn ? qnaintcd with him in in New-York. I had no conver? sation with him then on the subject of tin- election. ;;..>i a' aav other time. He paid me some money on Mqndaj.1 eve? ning?I coat roc ?lect the date. He paid me a sum mo? ney without exchanging a word. It was paid me in Phila .: [ph i i.i a hotel. 1 met iiim there by accident. 1 had no 1 -I-:.-. trunsacti iris ^ A: that hotel, 11 o'clock at night, Glcntworth said,8 Swint, rake that,! and handed mc $500; He said nothing more! 1 think I signed a receipt, i 1 went on home, mV. the next morning came h. re. It was in April, 1839. 1 came Lere without soliciting a sie? gle man. All my relations live here. 1 came an Tues? day morning. I went to my supper. John H. Einlcy. Two men. Abraham Mye:s and Jacob Law-sort, carre on witit me Ir re ?n business. I never found out from Mr. Glentworth, or any -jtic hen?, what I received the ?51 0 for?1 .LI a it speak to Mr. Gloiuwartb here, i had some conversation with perioii5-in Philadelphia. I paid all the ?.iU? away tu a dollar, to persons I did not know, rmd liad to hot row money to go home.. I paid the money away to per? sons in Philadelphia and New York *o come inhere to watch those.men (democrnis) who were coming to vote. There was a rumor abroadia Phikidchphia, that the democrats were coming on here to vote; and the money I paid was to person- |? a me on to watch them. I nc-.vr employed any ::;c.-: toiscomc or.?they were employed by another maa. John Sanndecs. Seven or eigLi democrat-, leading men, came on the same time ?tat I did. The list of name. I had w as lost. Those men were strangers to me?I knew some ot them I did at't know that others i the men were La existence. 1 oiii-?I nab nothing more."?H. saw sorai of them in Philadelphia and some in New York, and paid thorn. I met tficin in .New York on the wharf where i landed, ['got the iist from Suandcrs before I -.-"t the money on Sunday morning. Ge rgc Elmorc, one of the police officers.?:" Philadelphia, came on witli th<* men. El more told tr.otn sjrii me what we came on for. winch was to prevent persons from voting: The list I put in my pocket. I was told to meet Glentworth at that hour and place whore I met him. I hud seen Glentworth before, but never spoke r.'..irr. I'w.is nor introduced ro him. Charles Sheppo.d was present. Glentworth asked mo if I was ready n> to New York. 1 said ye*, if there was nothing wrong. He did not answer. We (Glentworth and myse'f.) got into a carriage aiai rode :,. jhe railroad offi e. where we met some persons who had jus: arrived in New York. Vte then C"f ititn a carriag?' and rod.- down to a hotel where I receiv? ed dte money. They went into the hotel and I was called in and was paid the money : I don': know which of them paid I mc the money. They were four $100 notes on some Now Y"tk bunk. I paid every dollar awny except four. I paid each man ?25 nt> my way here and while here: There were men on that list as strongly ?pposed to me in politic, a* any in Philadelphia. There ?a, one named Trynnt who came on". I think John S unders told me what tn do with the roonev. The C< art here took a re es* from 3 to I o'clock. Thursday, I P. M. The Court au t and n sumedthe trial of J. It. Glentworth. Charles Swint was re-called and continued his testimony as follows: Sounders told me he expected that I wonld receive the money at a certain k.".r. 1 did not s.e l.im after I received the money, nor until after 1 came on to New-Y'ork on Tues? day morning'. He did not tell me what 1 was to do'.when I got to N.York, hut to on with them, let them walk about and enjoy themselves, and watch and prevent other people from voting, lie told me this on Sunday the ."?til or 6th of April, lie told me this in 3d street, below Green. He drew the i:-* o to suit himself, and told me to goon. I was j to meet a part of them on board ti: ? boat a i d did leave. Saun- ' der* left or. Monday morning und 1 on Tu- ?day morning. I ' met some of the men in a hot. 1 in the 'Ith ward ? I think ir was Masonic Hall. Nol a man was to nv et me here except Sounders, who met me, ond also Mr. Strouds, El more and Myers, wh ?tn I mentioned a- being on hen- and paid. Were well acquainted i? Philadelphia. Mr. Lhhsoii who dealt i:-. whip- wa- on here ai d Mr. Trynnt. There were some that I did nol and some that I cid know. A numbei . f those who came on were opposed to me in polities and I always voted the VVbja ticket '' > was a Democrat. I told the men to walk abrftrc. en tl Ivcs ami go home when they pli d. None i ! :!.?' men a* I know went to the Whig committee loon: nor v ;ed in any ward?nor detected any one wrong? fully voting?I heard, however, they did. I saw some of the men about the place where the elections were h< Id. I .lid not .any of them vote or offer to vote?I told them to be careful. I was iu re in the fall of I:::!:; on bnsines?did not *ee any f these men from Philadelphia here then. 1 did not see Mr. Glentworth in Philadelphia in fail of 1838. C !'. an ? ?!. I saw Mr. Glentworth iu Philadelphia befi re the spring of 1839?1 merely saw him in 1840, and -poke t i him as I passed. Mr. Glentworth never spoke ? ? me to take money to bring on persons to vote?if he had 1 should have handed it back to him. I should not have come on had I been told I was to come and bring ou persons to vote. In addition to the $300, I also received s-J."> only, which wri- paid mc here in New York, but not.by Glent? worth. I came on and brought on the men here in consc rj ion ? of the repon in Philadelphia that men were to come on to vote, and to detect them. I took my sear in the bar room of the !-r Wird Hotel und s;,t there two hours, but did not see any Phiiadclphians there. I'nj i .hivor. 1 paid every ma" on the 1st banded by Sounders There were *ome of one party and some of the otli, r party. ! Cant. Alexander Shulr/V testimony as published in the pamphlet. Glentworth, he sai,l. tola me in hi- usual braga docio way, that lie wa.- going on some political business that would tell fur the Whig party. Afterwards, when he came on from Philadelphia, he said he bad brought with him 25 men whom he called Hessians, wltom he hud brought on and intimated what tor. 1 told him lie ought to be ashamed .if hin,-eil", and told him I could point out the men, ami did i i::r tb< ?:: all ? ut except one. which he admitted. I again told him he ought to Im; ashamed of himself, that it wa- con? tent] tiblo." John !'? Raythond xttorrt. 1 anian Inspector of sole le ;?: er. and know .1. B. Glentworth. I was connected with the Alms Huuse department in the full of 1838. Patrick McCarille was attachedto die Penitentiary-department. I knew Nonb <?. ?',?1 don't know that McArdle had any men placed under his care. 1 think 1 on one occasion beard Glentworth -peak of McArdle'- inefficiency?I cannot recol? lect coiiv real ion. [casually met Crlehtworth in tho Pork anil in bis bun :, d way he -poke ,,f McArdle'.* ine'E cicnev ::i regard the election?in what particular 1 cannot tel'. i do not km w that McArdle had been engaged in any 1 busin -5 for him. I did not sec Gie-iworth during the election i John H Gore?I reside m Philadelphia, and did in fall , | :?:?:: ?i |i ? know .1. B. Glentworth?I never spoke to him?[ was here in tbc fall d? 1833. 1 came on tit the re quest of James Young of Philadelphia, about to come on the i d iv 1 d i. :.? i to the day previous. Mr. Geo. Moore, John Hassand, James Remerrer, Thomas Harvey, Vincent Tay? lor. John Reyholds, Charles Sirine. and other- crime on with ' me. John Strine and others I saw- hep-?I did not -? ? Saumlers at :?.!!. James Thor:.: wag here in 18 18?I did nol see any of those persons vote?did not see them, attend the p.,;!?[ ,!on't know what they did. We were told by Mr. Youri" that we would be told what would be wanted ? f it* ivhi ti WO enme nr. here, and told us where to rjo. I did i go to '? e place. Mr. Jt'oung said if they would come on i they would get $30 a man?-He gave me $200 to pay ten men, i i then JS? npieee. Young had the rest?he said the money bad fallen short. One man named Saffron desert <t : - on the w ay and went back. Mr. Young's ' brother came oh with us and had the letter* of introduction. I went ack next morning at 10 o'clock and left Mr. Young's brother William here. I did not sec ano of the men vote, and I did nut see any of the men who came on go to the noli- t.. prevent < ?.^r- vutin*r. One man went back with me. I saw a ^ i'd many Piiilud: iphian* here. One other andmy ,o at Lovejoy's Hotel. I understood there were' ;?! !?? - i i.e. . i d :'-r the other- who came mi. Saffron, who I rat: a way after >eing hired, was a Loco-Foco. Cri ?3-Exavnuei.?1 ,lo n't know on what side in politics William Young' is?some of the others who w en: on were Demi erat*, ??.'.: Moore, Bi tri nter. Hassard and myself are ? Democrats. I knew too much to corse on to vote. I heard that some w!.ome on did vote, but I do net know theydid. James Young asked me why I came back so soon, i told j bim I did not want to stay in New-York any longer. Tlic parti that is opposed to Harrison I call Democrats. 1 ? I <: tor Harrison and I call-myself a Democrat; bat:of.the20 on tic. re were 4 or 5 Democra s Myt r //'. Markt.?I reside in the com ty of PMadeJpWa. j [ came on. to this city in the fall of 183S, at the rcqu<- >i <>? James Youne. The Erst I saw of Your.? was at a meg?ng, coner of Ith a .1 Gasl I strei ts First i saw Charley S trine who asked if we did not want to make .$30. Vre went ;a-rd Mr. Youal came and said there wa, :% t monev cao?zh acd he would pick out who were to go. t.e said Mr. Gore was t i select who were to go and be picked out myself and othefs A part of us were to So on t?e next ; d.,v und a part on ti.- day foUowmg. Nothmg was earn to us-direcdy bv James Young what we were mcomeOa tor he said we would knew ?mn w- i ^nere He [Wild r .r t:,e ticket and we came on under care of Mr Gore w h l, ai ! -S jt'Oa-piece. Them rvt day 1 -aw many Pirna b ! ?., ias, so.re of whom said they had voted si vernl ti r.es. r.r.d some did | not vote at ail. I -*w Robert Reynold-vote in two ward- : 1 .aw- other p rsonf from PhHadelpbm who did not belong to our jane, about the pel!-?duPsot see'them r?te'. John R rvnold* ??b araa ! ere "did not see hint td4 ? 0 F K I C E N o. 3 U A IS N'-S T. VOL.. I. JiO. 42. < ross examined?M?st nftbose I *aw here were ?Vhig* j except myself, and I am a Democrat, Q. By Mr. Graham?Did you vote. A. 1 decline answering. I never had any scmtmunicadon with Mr. Glentworth, nor iliil I see him here. Q. Did you swear in your vote at any of the polls itt this , city. A. 1 decline answering the question. I did not sec any ' pe s >n swear in their votes. I have never stated that I voted die Democratic ticket in tin- city. I never did vote that ticket here. 1 decline j answering whether I voted any other ticker. I!" ' ? i j> id,? [ reside nt No. I Gnxn-street, North? ern I.il?Ttle<. in Philadelphia. I wn. here at the time of I the election in S:o;r'_- >.(" 1839. A numbi r canto on whom I did net know. I know Mr. Pittfield, but am not certain I - tu him hen?rather think I did. niETl'Txi) FASHlOXABLE (.'ODDS. cheap ?i::v cood9_lt:?06 Second-atreei. '['Ill', subscribers weuld resspectfullj call; the attention of the I.n I die*t ? their hi .i|> sad ?>? il ?><?(,< t.-.l Stock of t*r\ l.o.xN. j which tbey oner for sale a. cheap as any other e*labli?hn?eal mibe j City. Just received n bcauufnl assortment of Fall Korr and M.-m I mack Prints, from -.1 :i I-. I York Tick,Is....Hamilton Stripes, Is. Rleaehed aud brown'd Muslin, from '?>! io 1-, Bleach ?'..< nask Table Linen, fine quality. oo.li ''?<*? j er yard. 10-1 Muslin do Laine Shawls, very fine,*oulj v'..io.' ET All other Good*equally low. Please to call ut 300 Second street GORENFI ii Si III TSCIIK.R S m? Iw Cheap 6?r> flSooila More. depot OF l l.M V ;j!is:r?.<? ARTICLES. ^I!.K AND SATIN SCARFS, INI) CRAVATS, in a sreut vnrie ^ ty.of patterns. Cbessou .v Co** superior CLOVES, Jtc^ recerr ed by reccut arrivals, are offered Tor sal - ni r.inable price*, by WM. T. JENNINGS, late Lymle a Jennings, 239 Broadway, [Amerii an floteLJ Gentlemen aiay in fiitnr.- depend ujo-n finding at this establishment a good assortmeni of Fancy Dress Articles, whirb m tII I"- oflared at such prices is must offer inducements to purchisers in \ icw ?>!' the usual charges tor the same it) I" of i'K>.|.. mill if ! .LAV. A- S. BARKER, in flrnnd utreet, have just re? ceived, in addition to tlseir foriui-r lur-e. stuck, sesera ihoit-nnd dol? lar, worth of Silks, Chntlies, Mousteline d-< I. our.. Bombasines, Tng I4..111rii !i Silk and S.itm Shawls, British and Preach Prints, together ; ?itli 11 ptsi * iriety of Domeatie (!?>!<, ?Hing; nt greatly radiMad prices. aJH tf REIIVT \ I.. y GRISWOLD St CO. respectfully inform their friends and the /Js pul.in- thai the) hove removed from tiu-ir aid staiuL 9U Maiden laue, to 53 Liberty, corner of Nassau-Street, where they will keep for ? lo, at tl:c hiwo-l in irket pri.e. for rn.li, :i eeii-ntl n.-.ortmrut ?f american A AO FOREIGN DRY GOODS. They now o.T-r f.r ...!.? the following : 46 i>:iU's No. :> 1,1 10 tiooyarn, I 4-4, ."-4 and G-4 Cantoa matting tin do In to 'JI do du Ingrain carpeting, ?J't do carpet w irp, Venitian do iis) tin cotton halts, Pap.t hnngiugs, 10" do do wirk, I Russia diapers, ? l?u .b> do twine, J Woolen yarn*, , ISO do blk and white waddingI Worsted ils White koittiug cotton Turkey red do Spool thread: I Blue ' do Ac. Ac. ml Im <'73 \.V N13.lv.?. 1> ECEIVED This Hay. from auction, I?0 pieces of new and very V rich Silks, just imported for city trade, comprising a very desi? rable assortment. Ladies n t bin; to purchase silks, can have l?y calling at SSI Grand't. 1 large stock to make t'i or selections from, and the prices will ?aii.fy ,11 who call oftheir cheapness. J. VV St S. BARKER. .ci<) tf CHEAP 1 CHEAP! 1 \SPLENDID ISSORTMENT of Fromm mid Aui.-ri.-an Paper Hancing* and Borders, for snlo at the United States P iper Dnng ?l' and !'.. ...! BwX WarchoH-e, Oi Canal-street, near Itroadwuv, Ncw Vork. Purchasers are respectfully invited to cnll end examine for them? selves. Rooms papered in the neatest mauaer. min I in JUS!M\ r.lltlW N, ('..'. final .ire.'t. 7^hi:m> shock and reaIjx made linen V MAM FACTORY.?The subscriber wodlfl respcctfullj call Iba ittention of his friends to In. entire \XW?Sl'RING ss<ortmt)nt ot Stocks, $i aris, Ready Made Linens and Pocket Handkerchiefs, allot : which In- has newly purchased for cash, and pledgi.. himself to sell as low x- any other store in the city. SAMUEL TORR ANS, 381 Hudson-street N. B.?Stock?, wholesale, ar reduced pn. mlS3w* sllRETING?, NIHlRTiJVGS and f t I.J4'OKM. nfJMEJSTICS a.-.- selling at low prices at J. W. ft S. BARKER'S Ml Grand -irvet. Sheetimrs yanl wida. Cd. Very heavy, 84, II yard wide Wdi Fuse long Shirtings, "d Vjtry lino, UjA. Slerriinack, Dover, and Fall Ri : v>:r Priats, tkl, 7.!. I".| and Is i?'r yard, warranted fii.t colors. icHi tf / Miii'i; 3' si .'.'?Ii ?The Snle?iribei woald apprise the Public in ' general, and !cis frieuds and up-town people \txpartienlar, that he hai on hand at 27fi llu.l-oii. (bel*een Kiiornnd ll .nnner.l. y .treet.,)a i sery neat and well selected assortment of Carpets, which in eonaa mem e ??! reduced expenses he can afford to sell at prices ihat cannot fail to give salisraetiou to the most economical, comr ami scr. mil tin* THOMAS llt'illslKT. J UCTSCIIl^EU, Manufacturer of Shirts, Bosoms, Col J? law, .v.-., wholesale aid retail, No. 93 Chntham-M.i New-York. A l.u-ml nio-t fa-Inon tlile a--orllii. i,t of L'e. 'l -iie'ii'- S. arf, nml Cravat . Glovesand Suspenders; Silk and Cambric llandorebiels ; Silk. Cotton and Aterimi Shirts and Drawers^ Tights; Silk, f.'ottoii and VVooUeo halfll. BOYS' SHIRTS OF EVERY SKE; All of which an* ?ffered to the public at much lower price, than they can be purchaseil ..t nv other establishment in theejty. N. Ii.?it.jit Club Fancy Shirts and <"ap.. on hand, or ma<!? te> order. in I'?Im ?f'.l*. [Tl. M J5I I.TZ. [tTILLINERY FANCl STORE, .No. 100 VViUbun-etreet; -?I near Beekman. Ladies DRFJ3S CAPS,, made io order ^.Crimp work constantlj ..n hand or made at the shortest notice. mG Im ROLLED ANI> PLATERS' si RAAS. * FIRST li1 PE article of Rolled and Plat.-:. Brass, ran always be /V found at JAM Ed <i. HOFFET; 131 Prin? street, peer Wj o.ier, t the lowest market prices. Likewise a eery superior article ot Cooper's Brass. PA ?1JI.V 42ROCERIE?. \\]'. JACOB B. vVARL>>VV keeps constanily on hand a Inr-e 1? I assortment of Groceries si his store, esriaer < t Wait, and .-sulli vau-iri-t.., which Ii- ?der* for sab) to his customers and tiie publie Sen rally, wiih the confidence that they are as cheap and a. well sei? ted a. any in the city._?_ s*jj tf c ?iV am? OI.AS?. Id) BOWERY. JITERRITTS & PAGE ?? ..... ling it lio ir -tors', Not. 100 LV1 Jjawery and S3S Grand-street, a full a;a! sp:< adid a-i-ortrari.iof the abore goods, compi ising ?M hues! pattern*, n inch tbey will sell at prices well worthy the auenlioa of the public. Al-o, Bntannm. Ware, plated Castors, See. m,J0lmis_ Ut-i-ii:: <? s3 At its_A new srticle, the best in the United St..n , a!.-o ehe i| er tl ..i ?? n he purebased ehewhere. Kl.V.iS Patent CTuur Warcroom. 1. I'rmdway. X. B?Some of the* Chairs bavi tae celebrated rotary action ..nd vCj Im balance teat OC.T3JIER COATS, ^.-Cheek ?*f**h "Wte/and sS brow ii Linen Coals, F mtsJ.' ??? :il '" the U,;W ?? *j? J"' ,UK te*l>J?^*v?.7?. Lynde A J- nning'. " irj- GREAT JJAJBCA'W? are given iii DRY GOODS at BARKER'S in Grand street Allinwantof go'^1 and chea^ Goods a,II .'o ?? II to trv thi- note I --I d o-hnii-nt. . a20 tf ,'Kv a-i.fv.>iE.*s'.'1* X' *i.?f EU JI A|r?.?Le-ho.-a aad ( f Straw-ilsti ?>.' every '? cripl id or lyed, and pressed ? fMbJooal.a ipc ?t L. PIGNOLET'S Dying &ud>li*hmet, ^,2 ,, No. 9 Barelsy or 4r.7 Pean-st, iwar ChathsnL mABL? rvMUIS AM) FORKS.?A ;i I - 1 . r:. ? iii. ,.:.-????..! r-an lie- m noifa. r ire. at Shrtfi.-l.l, Ens :. I for saleat amrsasJ lo*' e''L'r"- 11 the Hardware -ior^. 'JH Division-street m" pRf?TE? J.A1V.NS?V. arr-i.'- 'l Cutcoloo aud P-ris ma l i uficlnre nt e:?'nte<.|i |.*.uce. nt r.?;i>s.\!.i. ;-.i ;i:;ot'r;rr.-. i.vcnmi . e..r. Cvitre. MATf Tl.VW-?.:!...??? ? prices, iiotwil istandinpthe ..?.Ur?? at ran:--. A c ? :er^i a. i."mere. 1-1. .'-t and fi-4 at I .'.a Grand stcor.ofCeittrcb} RIRDSALLA. hl.'RROt'Glfc*. >?) /? a s:I.S-:AC?JEO wSIEET?'.'!-. tls. per yard, at i)?4 BIRDSALLA Bf/RKOU?TIIS. ISS Graa?1 rot C irre r> j %?'iIEO and unbieaciied Refined Whale ?lLi L> suitpercbascrs.by E. W. VAN VOORIHS. It- Frnot -;. m^i 1^5 O UK TT A' P?PJE SJ? ba i <, entitled to del ? amn* !'.>r IT sale by OKIN-BI.L. KINTCRN St CO, 78 Sooth-st re&4 OKTEATtTIXC; PEI.T?2 bales, -ait for ihtpase for [J . . i,..IN MM.. KINTURN A ' ').. 7-Sonth-m. m-il ? \ < ' C1LOT1I?TOO paelis Rosaia, sasorted. for tale by 15 m24 GRINNEI.L, MINTURN S. f <>..'.-South-??