- ew. m
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ing. MAGNIFICENT SCHEMES
4 prizes of $25,000 amounting to
$100,000, for 25th September : and
??0O,uuu iU,UUU SgiSOjUUU,
for 23d OCTOBER.
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VIRGINIA MONONGALIA LOTTERY",
Extra Class No. 25, for 1841.
To be dot ermined by the drawing of the UNION
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at Alexandria, D. C. on Saturday, Octo
ber 25d, 1841.
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10 Drawn Numbers out of 78.
Tickets $-20 llalvf s Slti-Qut's $5-Eirhlhs 2 50.
CeitificaU'S ol packages of 2G whole tickets 260
Do do 26 Half do 130
Do do 2GQ.nrt'r do 65
Do e.o 26 Eighths do 32 50
iCZP'Ordors for tickets and shares and certificates
of packages in the above splendid schemes w ill re
ceive the most pron.pt attention, and the drawing
uf each lottery will be tent ini nediately after it i?
over, to all who order from us, Address
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On SATURDAY, Oct. 23.
GRAND UNION LOTTERY,
Glass 9, for 1841.
"Will he drawn at Ahx.mtlrla, D. C.
1 Jfraicn IStttlttls.
MALE & FEMALE
JPRUIT, SNUFF, TOBACCO As n our State; but before it cools, waiter,
-prr EPT constantly on hand at the Store of the uncover, and carve. Waiter uncovers two
Soft and hard shell JllmondSj
SAMPSOX COUNTY, N. C.,
Located (equi-distant) 7 miles from Clinton and
THE Exercises in this Institution will be resum
ed on Monday the 4th of October next, under
the superintendence of the Subscriber. The Fe
male Department will continue under the immediate
direction of Mrs. McNeill. The Subscriber by giv
ing undivided attention to the intellectual and moral
improvement of his Pupils, hopes to make the
School an object worthy of public confidence, and
respectfully solicits a share of public patronage.
The Academic year is divided into two Sessions
of five months each. Students are charged from
the time they enter to the end of the Session. No
deduction will be made for absence, except m cases
oi proiraciect illness, unless by special agreement.
The- Academy Buildings during the past year have
undergone extensive repairs, and at the opening of
the Session w ill be prepared to accommodate an ad
ditional number of Students. The location is plea
sant and healihy. The water is excellent. Board
can be had convenient to the Academy at $6 per
TERMS, PER SKSSION.
Orthography, Reading, Writing, and Onl
Arithmetic, - - - - $3 00
Written Arithmetic, Geosraphy, and Eng
lish Grammar, - - 10 00
Latin and Greek Languages, Philosophy,
Algebra, and the higher branches of Ma
thematics, . - - - - 12
Composition and Declamation attended
throughout the year.
The common English branches, Needle
work, Embroidery, &c., -
Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, Botany,
History, and Composition, " -
Algebra, Geometry, Intellectual Philoso
phy, Geography of the I leavens, Moral
Science, Rhetoric, Logic, and French ;
al?o, Drawing, Painting, and Oriental
Music on Piano Forte, accompanied by
Use of Piano, -
September 13, 1841.
Apply at this Otlice.
Sept." 25, 1841. 135-tf.
Firkins (assorted.) Sonic
J very superior, at prices from
for sale by
Nov. 24, 1840.
12, 1S41. 103-tf
I HAVE a few COTTON GINS unsold at Hall
& Johnson's, Fayftt villc. They will he sold
at reduced prices, at six months credit. A liberal
discount will be made focas. poWELL.
Auffust 18, 1841. 131-3m-
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
For sale by GEO. McNElLL.
Nov. 24, 1S40. .
7 T BARRELS CUT HERRING.
JULfcP 15 Barrels Whole Herring
10 Half Barrels Shad. Being expected by
the Henrietta Line, b or sale iv
May 28, 1841.
state of North-Carolina,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
g MSt X ei in, x o i .
Cornelius Dunlap, ) Petition for partition of
vs; c . t Lands.
James Dunlap & o!hers )
IT appoarin" to l'e satisfaction of the Court, that
John McCriinmon and wife Sarah, Jacob Caglc
nnd wife Margaret, William Lewis and wife Ann
John PhiMipsCMarv Phillip, Matthew Deaton and
w.f.- Sarah, Nathan' Wallas and wif. Mary, Martha
McCrimmon, and John Alt', rimmon, uci. uua. .o ...
I Grand capital or $50,000!
1 Splendid pi-ifce of $3 0,000
1 PRIZE of $S,000
" - - 7,000
" - - 6,000
" - - 5,000
" - - 4,000
" - - 2,500
" - - 2,311
-1 " - - 2,000
5 " - - 1,750
10 '4 - - 1,500
10 " - - 1,250
50 - - 1,000
50 " - - 500
50 " - 400
100 - - 300
100 " - - 250
170 " - - 200
16 drawn numbers out of 78
Tickets S20 Halves lO-Quarters 5.
Eighths 3 SO.
Certificates of packages of 2C whole tickets $2G0
Do do " 2G Half do 130
Do do 26 Q.urt'r. do 65
Do do 26 Eighth do 32 50
"case, are not inhabitants of this Slate, it isMierc-,.rd.r.-d:
That publication he made in the North
,i !.:., el, wf-rfce nniil'vin' said defendants
lo appear at the next Court of Pleas and Quaiter
Sessions t.i be held for said county, at the Court
House in Cart ha ire, on the third Monday in Novem
ber next, and plead, answer, or demur to said pe
tition, or the same will be taken pro confesso as to
themand heard accordingly.
Witness, Alexander C. Curry, Clerk of our said
Court, at office, in Carthage, the third Monday in
August A. D. 1841, and of Americcn Indepen-
deJ5Cet V,Xty'SiXth A. C. CURRY, Clerk.
. ... , r -i-v c T f Tl
TED vv l i Ji i ' r- i j v. i j
M this Office.
V El HIE Subscribers arc now rcccivins by the lae
0 arrivals from the North, their FALL AN D
WINTER SUPPLY" OF MERCHANDIZE, con
sistin" ofa larire and general assortment of
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY,
Hats and Shoes. Bonnets, and Um
brellas, Foolscap and J .etler Pa
per, Drugs and Medicines,
Paints and Dye Stuffs, Sad
dles, Bridles, &c. &c.
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Blacksmith's Tools, Hollow Ware, $-c. $r
Also, a large assortment of
Of all kinds : all of which wilt be sold at the lowest
prices for Cash, Back-country Produce, or on credit
tor approved notes. TheStock is very heavy, and
worihv the attention of Country Merchants and the
waiter ! wbew!
Brazil and JSIadeira JVuts, Filberts,
liaisons, Prunes. Citron, Crackers
Mace, JSutmegs, Cloves, Cinnamon,
JWacaboy and Scotch Snuff',
SmoKtng and Chewing Tobacco; JSIusiard.
ALSO, a good assortment of STUART'S CEL
EBRATED STEAM REFLVEI) CADY.
October 16, 1841 1 3S-tf
TI 2 (TMMD PRINCIpE AND HA-JU-HXJMtjr
VANA SEGARS. a rood ar
ticle for retail, received and for sale at the Store of
October 16, 1841. 1 38tf
LOOK AT THIS.
MY HOUSE has been thoroughly repaired; I
will keep Entertainment at very reduced pri
ces, and be glad to welcome the return of my friends
and customers. Call and sec.
Favetteville, October 13, 1841. 138-tf
Wv House is on the corner of Gillespie and Mum-
ford Streets, convenient to the Market, and near the
State Bank. E. S.
MISS BINGHAM'S SCHOOL
TT7IOR YOUNG LADIES was opened on Mon-
day, the 4th inst.
October 1G, 1S41.
NEW GOOOS AND CHEAP.
ffl 1HE Subscriber has received his fall and winter
IL STOCK Ob' GOODS, embracing a general
STAPLE DRY GOODS,
Fur and Wool Hats, Seletle and Seal-skii
Caps, Blankets, Shoes, Hardware and
Cutlery, Crockery and Glass ware,
cut and wrought JVails,
Swedes and English Iron, assorted,
Trace Chains. Hollow ware. S-c. &c. Sic.
Together with a irood assortment of
AH cf which will be sold low for CASH, or ex-
cnsiifftu lor uuursj.it i riiuuutii. i i :ase
give me a call before you buv.
CANNON C A IS ON,
Hay street nearly opposite the Hotel.
Sept. 10, 1841. 133-Cin.
Saddle, Trunk, and Harness Maker,
TAKES ths method of informing his friends
and customers, in town and country, that he
has moved back to his OLD STAND, on Hay
Street, one door below James Baker's Hardware
Store, where he may be found at all times, prepared
to do any work in his line on the most reasonable
REPAIRING promptly attended to and thank
Ie keeps constantly oti hand an assortment of
MEW JUS'D LADIES' SADDLES.
ALSO Harness or all kinds, Kridles, Whips,
Collars, Trunks, and every article in his line of
He uould take this opportunity of returning his
hanks to those who" have patronized him; and hopes
by punctuality to business, and moderate charges
to continue to merit their patronage.
Sept. 4, 1841. 132-tf.
Observer will copy tiil forbid.
y V w form his fricn 's am
( the Public penerally, ibat In
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
TORY, at his old Stand,
- - .j-. on tniiesp:e sircci, u icw
doors South of the Market Ilouc
All orders thankfully received and promptly at
October 2, l?41. 13G-6m.
WWTILL be So!d, on Saturday the 27th ofNo-
w vcmber next, at his late residence in Cum
berland County, tho following valuable Tracts of
LAISD, belonging to the testate ot the late fciephen
6iO Acres, known as the Kelly Land, and former
ly the property of L. Mallctt.
li O Acres, undivided, between S. Boon and J. Jes-
sup. on Harrison's creek.
15 O Acres between Hollingsworth and Barksdale.
SO Acres adjoining the lands of the Widow.
1U do. do. Tolar.
lOO do. do. Hall.
All of the above Lands will be sold on the day
above mentioned, on a credit of Six Month, with J Capt. Tyler aud astonish hirn,
Xsotcs and approved security.
ROBERT M ELVIN,
G. T. UARKSDALE,
Aminitrators of S. Hollingsworth, dee'd.
October 1G, 1S41. 13S-tds,
J3oth-V hv ! what ! who !
the devil ! Where's cook?
W aiter Gone sailing with Mass Frank
Thomas and Mister M'Donald, sir.
Dawson And the dinner, w here's that?
Waiter Can't tell, sir, tought I brought
him in, sure I see him dressing must a been
de ghost ob a dinner Mass Biddle silber so
heabbj, I nebber miss de weight of de tings.
Johnson 1 smell sulpher Mister Daw
Dawson Loco foco matches, Mr John
son. Look ! the rascals are lighting up the
whole kitchen with them.
Johnson Dawson, I smell coffee.
Dawson Coffee! curse coffee! I voted
to tax it, and the cracker boys swore I should
be sick of coffee, but I thought the Yankees
in Savannah and Augusta could keep them in
order, with the help of the banks. I believe
my vote to tax coffee emptied this dish, as
much as your argument that consolidation
was the safeguard of State Rights emptied
Johnson I believe the incessant caucuss-
in which you were always lacqueying
Clay, did our business.
J J. Sir, it was Notts' letter.
J. Or Stanley's affair;
D. "Webster hurt us.
D. Nor Bell
J. Nor Badger, nor Granger.
D. Nor Biddle.
J. Nor Kennedy, and the cursed stupid
address, which has brained us upon the bos
ses of the Constitution; Kennedy always
bungled ; why select him.
D. W ell, Cos I don't let s bo savage, it
we must be hungry. My dear boy, we can
order a snack at the Democratic Chop House.
J. Why not at the Tip and Ty Coffee
D. Now don't mention coffee again, 1
beseech you. Any how, Tyler's been rebuk
ed. See what my Savannah Republican says
of the terrible rebuke administered by 608
voters of Chatham. Georgia in general, to
the contrary notwithstanding, that must head
-Ewing did us no good.
From the Charleston Mercury.
Saul and Jonathan. A Mystery.
(In their deaths, they were not divided.)
And now said Mr Johnson, look at the
operation of this bill upon the States. I do
rml cmr that rP Into T h"v tho (onornl flni;-
-rZJnt i hnt thnt mv iv r.- .h Stafe being a Whig placed him where he is, re
i increased. Penta and haIt renounces Whiggery ; to make
Mr Dawson, (playfully speaking across,) yPfor h Bat. veto, has signed the Land
"especially when volt shall be Governor of BilL and would fain do whig deeds to reem
one of them" (A laugh.)
J. Ah! Tyler! Tyler ! Tye Old Tyo !
that man has gone beyond us. II is veto was
the weight that turned the cale, and thence
the intolerable load that crushes us. But he
can't be happy Dawson that's some comfort.
Perplexed, he sees the error of his ways.- Will
not go on, yet fearing to return j stands still
and balances twixt right and shame, and suf
fers an intestine war in his conscience be
twixt his promise to do wrong and his duty
to do well, balancing between the reality of
virtue and the seeming of consistency. He
sees his error in being a Whig, and though
public in general
& G. B. ATKINS.
Foot of Hay mount.
Fayetteville, Sept. 23, 1341. " 13G-y.
HE Subscribers have connected themselves in
the Mercantile Business, under the turn of
J. C A CJ. 15. ATKIXs. iliey intend keep
inir :i larff and general assortment of Merchandize,
atwholesale and retail. They will be found at the
old Stand of G. B. Atkins, where they wish to see
their friends and customers.
JOHN C. ATKINS,
G. B. ATKINS.
Favetteville, Sept. 25, 184 1 . 1 36-tf.
We have just printed a parcel of Blank Indict
ments for trading ith Slaves. Give us a call.
HOLMES & 13 AY JNE.
THE SUBSCRIBER, Offers for
sale, at the Store lately occupied by Messrs Ben bow,
&. Co., on Hay Street, a variety of
ENGLISH, FRENCH, AND GERMAN
COLOGNE and FLORIDA "WATER, BEAR'S
GREASE and OIL., ANTIQUE OIL., POMA
TUM, CIRCASSIAN and COLD CREAM, OX
MARKOW, PRESTON SALTS, EXTRACTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
CLOTH, TOOTH, and FLESH BRUSHES;
POWDER PUFFS and BOXES; RAZOUS; PEN
and POCKET KNIVES; SCISSORS; SHELL
SIDE, DRESSING and POCKET
Steel Tens; Pocket Books; Backgammon Boards;
Lice Boses, Batlledoors and Birds, Gentlemen's
Dre-sins Cases; Hooks and Eyes; Fishinir Lines
and Hooks; Percussion Cjps, (ribbed and p'ain;)
Matches; Snuff and Tobacco Boxes; Plated Corks,
for decanters; Maibles; Slates and Pencils; Wafers:
Note Paper; Sun Glasses; Teething Rings; R.
Hemmini; & Son's drilled eyed Needles; "Silver
Thimbles; Si!vcr Ever-pointed Pencils; Black snaps;
Glass Inkstands and Ink; Ctuills, &c. &.c.
A roed assortment of
VIOLINS, FLUTES. AND FIFES,
Violin Bows, Strings, Bridges, and Screws;
Clarionett Heeds; Tuning Forks, and
All of uhich will be sold cheap for CASH.
October 1C, 1S41. 133 tC
(Yes, especially then : and 1 reciprocate
to the gentleman from Georgia very cordially
his anticipations on that subject.) Laugh
ter, and cries of" fair," "a fair hit." Jour
nal of the Extra Session.
When this dignihed passage ot gubernato
rial courtesies, and keen encounter of wits,
graced and enlivened the floor of the "glori
ous" House ot Kepresentatives during the
ever memorable Extra Session of 1S41 ; and
these Thanes in prophetic vision hailed each
other as Crlamis and Cawdor. Brother
Maryland and royal cousin of Georgia, some
malicious person offended at the scene, com
pared the distinguished actors in it to two very
respectable old buzzards hobnobbing over
something rich ; wherein their benevolent
beaks had been as good as fleshed already.
Nobody dreamed then that they would so soon
be doomed lo a Siamese inseparability in the
memory of the people as the two vetoed vice--roys
of Henry Clay, and their aforesaid cor
dial reciprocation of pleasant anticipations
come to be regarded, as those of two jackdaw
old gentlemen in false plumage, but with boua
fide appetites, about to experience the hard
ships of a chamelion diet as they sat at the
table and said grace over two very capacious
covers of nothing. It may not be altogether
uninteresting to suppose that we were present
when they first crossed legs under the mahog
any, and heard their sympathetic colloquy
from that time of brefzy hope, down to the
windy fruition of the present. Let us fancy
ihe cloth white as the driven snowf borrowed
from the inexhaustible stock of table linen,
laid in by the sumptuous Ogle tor the (tse of
President Van Buren, and two covers ot glit
tering massy silver, belonging we will say to
Kiddle's presentation ton of plate presented
out of the Girard Orphan fund.
Dawson (il ilh a smack of the lip, and
gleeful glint of the eye, whetting his carving
'knife.) My dear Governor, now I think we
may make a regular Session of it. Your Ex
cellency will relish, I am sure, that capital
Baltimore ham. It was ordered up by-Prince
Hal. The dealers in the monumental city
always serve him with their best.
Johuson Excellent I doubt not we shall
find it, but it cannot prove more delicate or
rich than the noble haunch of venisou he was
to treat you with from the green glades of the
Savannah, and which I presume now glows
under the cover next your Excellency. Be
fore you unmask its charms allow tr.e to sup
ply your Excellency's plate with sweet
Dawson Your Excellency is very good.
There'll be no dearth in our larder?, Governor,
as long as Hal has such whole hog followers
true to his Whig electors and yet can find
nothing decidedly whiggish to do which ho
does not feel to be decidedly wrong. Its a
sad thing Dawson, this conscience, to a timid
man who without trusting it, lets it torture
D. If he must keep a conscience, let him
turn sheer Democrat at once and be easy.
AVhat business has conscience with a AVhi
or a Whh; with conscience?
J. True! true! When a man can make
up his mind to damn abstractions, to make
the ascendancy of his party a paramount con
sideration, self excepted, he can be a Trim
mer or a Charley pleasantly, if profitably ; but
for a man to keep a conscience, to mumble
every mouthful of Federalism given him to
swallow, for feat of bolting some lurking
usurpation, he must lead a miserable life, and
starve through a choking existence, with bone
after bone hitching in his scrupulous throat if
he feeds at the Whig table. He had better
forswear foreign luxuries, tuin Loco aud diet
on the homely Republican fare of our rudo
fathers in the dark days of Jefferson.
D. You make me thirsty. Cheer up, we
need not whistle for a dinner after all. Eight
dollars a day will keep us from starving.
There's some cider yet in the barrel, boy, and
after we have seen poor old Hal and Charles
well home to the cows, we can look out for
J. Don't talk of that too soon ! I'm fraid
these Demo's who ate getting the chest will
be close fellows. Lord if old Hal had but
the free iuii of the public crib! what feeding!
How he was about to go it with the public
credit and public money, the liberal old dog!
17. i es, ana ne nas eneclually vetoed you
and me in his haste to begin. I shall not
break my heart for him, but look to the main
chance, and hereafter make mends
more prudent leaders. Henry Clay has cut
our threats with that Extra Session, Cost,
and placed us in the awkward position of be
Hi!; Ex-Governors extra. I am 1 uncttts
officio in advance, an Ex-Excellency without
having been simple Excellency, a surperex
cellent joke a laughing stock.
J. Who made you so? Dawsey, boy,
the downfall is too cnoimous for
laughter ha ! ha ! ha !
D. He ! he ! he ! Heigho !
attends the Success of that party which hn!
possession of the Government during tho
last twelve years', and under whose ascendan
cy the prosperity of the country was checke d
and almost ruined. In Georgia, for instance.
Ve see it stated in the Augusta Chronicle,
that no sooner Was it ascertained that the
Loco Foco candidate was elected Governor,
and the same parly had a majority in the
Legislature, than such was the effect upon
the currency as to make it impossible to sell
bills on the Central Bank at any discount, aud
no one would, undertake to say what the
State bonds were worth, such was the antici
pated depreciation." -Va. Int.
The Federal party having never been ablo
to recommend itself by its principles,-invariably
resorts to the calamities of the country a
a passport . to power. Every body feels that
his condition may be bettered "man never
is but always to be blest." Hence Federalism
seeks by its perennial sympathy for the suffer
ings of every body, to mako the impression
that it alone has a heart for tho people, how
ever selfish its monopolizing, arrogating and
exclusive its spirit nnd policy may appear.
Wrhen there are serious distresses among the
people, Federalism always thrives best. Then
its waful countenance, crocodile tears and
melancholy croakings, seem natural and siu
cere, because real misfortunes exist ; and
, hence it is that this sorrowful party necessari
ly labors to plunge the country into distress.
It kicked the Democracy into the last war
with threat Britain, simply with a view to
profit politically by its disasters, and through
out the Bank war, real pressure was added to
the panic, and bankruptcy and ruin made to
stalk through the raafcs of its own friends.
with the desigu to throw Ike blame on the for
mer Administration, which did all in its pow
er to avert it
But who expected that so soon after tho
grand success of Whiggery, which was to
raise prices to relieve all distresses, and
spread universal prosperity which hus al
ready produced its extraordinary session, for
giving all debts and debtors, and giving away
the public domain and plunder to greedy ex
pectants, we should be again troubled with
the croaking of the speculating Pipelaying
politicians. But it is even so Ihe news
of the triumphs of tho Democracy has had
barely time to reach Washington,' and the
National Intelligencer gives oat the1 key note
of new anthems of sorrow. The Democratic
victory in Georgia has put an end to the joy
of the broken banks in that State, and of tho
stockjobbers and speculators relying on tke
sale of State bonds for apriuglida of pros
perity. And why should this overcast with
gloom, the whole shy of bright prosperity in
Georgia? The brofon Central JBank cannot
at present sell its notes at auy pric and the
State bonds are depreciated : hut does this
affect the real value of the rich products f tho
State, the value ot labor, or the value of pro
perty? iNot a farthing. It affects oiily the
schemes of the idle, who hope to live on cre
dit of one sort or another, and throw tho bur
den of their support in idleness, upon indus
try. Iho Democracy takes State credit and
bank credit out of the hands of those who
contrive to live on the infatuation which coun
tenances a sort of legislation which makes
fiction supply the place of reality. The De
mocratic party, it is feared, will force tho
Sauks to pay up, ot wiad np, and keep the
State credit out of the hands of speculators,
who would prey upon the mass of the people
through its means; and in thus restoring real
business to sure foundations, the mockery
of wealth vanishes, nnd those who have lived
magnificently in dreams, are waked up to
stern realities ; and the people at e told, be
cause these drones are no longer permitted to
plunder the hive, that the industrious com
munity is ruined.
From the Globe.
The people ruining themselves again.
The old cry cf rum is resumed in this
morning's National Intelligencer: .
Il is rematkable what depression of the
business pursuits of the country, the currency
inouetary exchanges of trade, &c. everywhere
From tho New Era.
Wc have alluded to the despotic rule adopt
ed by the Bank party in Congress to suppress
discussion, and thereby prevent the peoples
rom learning the character of the odious
measures they designed to force upon the
country T he Hon. B. B. Khett, member of
Congress from thai glorious Slafe, South Car
olina, and a gentlemen of unquestionable in
tegrity and talents, in a letter in the National
Intelligencer, substantiates our statement in
the following emphatic language:
"Free debate no longer exists in the House
of Representatives of the Congress of the U.
States. The people, through their Represen
tatives, have no longer the right of speaking of
the taxes imposed upon them. J y ran try, m
the shape ofa majority, is erected in the Cap
itol. The new reign of terror is begun."
Democratic Hkhkst. The New York
Express, a leading W hig paper, in an aificle
in which they try to prove that the judiciary
ought to be the President's conscience iu tho
exercise of the veto power, say with reference
to Gen. Jackson's vetoiug the U. S. Bank :
" This heresy was considered as character
istic of the arbitrary and despotic disposition
of Gen. Jackson ; but it did not originate
with himx Like most all other uusound and
heretical political doctrines in this country, it
came from Mr Jeflerson."
So the Whigs attribute to Mr Jefferson
" all the unsound and heretical political doc
trines in this country What staunch De
mocrats the Whigs are! It is a pity they
should so far forget themselves in their pre
tensions to Democracy. They s-hould be
more careful not to show the cloven foot of
Federalism, if they would pass foi Democrats.
- Erie (Pa.) Obserecr
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