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wilh the savnge ferocity ofn inodcrnAtlas wliig,
kccp up n lioiso-lcech cry for inoro morc l Did
ihuy mirturu u parjeciiling spirit iu tliu broasts of
lioatrd parlisans groedy for loavcsand lishes?
Ile.nl (I10 follovring pirngraph from tko sanio nlile
nrtiele Cp"aii arthilo semi-ollieial, having bccn
first published in tko " .Yational Intelligenccr,"
t Washington, nnd theticopied into the tho dcwo
crattc jouruals:--
" Much liaa been aaid of thojicrseculing spirit of
tha r..ccutivo, iii tho rcmovnl 0ffeder.1l ollicers.
The topic is still thatc.it of invccliio, whenovcr iill
olhem Irtil. It uKuosir.s nci'um.iCAN rni.NTS
bO okti:n AS T1IE CHAIUin 18 I.IA11K to 111:-
l'Ci. rr; a.vd not o.vlv to assi:iit, I1UT 'i'O
PROVH, TI1VT NO AHSIlKllirilATIOS has
evkji existed, which oitnc l ils cxistcncc lo a
uvolution in the public scnthnent, tkut has cx
hibiled so muchforbcarancc and magnanimity.
Of thoso removed somo wcro guilty of
ofRcial miscondnct, by not nttendiiig tn tho dis
chargo of dntics;some wero hitemperato ir thcir
liabils; sume havo not accountcd.ns hy Inw directed
for public inoniesjsomo wero deciucd incorupctuiit ;
somo had solomnly dechircd thoy would Iiuld 110 of
fico under llie present Hxecntivc, thcruby mahing
thcmselvcs obnoxion.s lo 1I10 bclief ilmt tlioir ner-
sonal iiutipalhy would frustrato tlieir porformaiico
01 uuiy 5 Bomo wcro inoiliccs wliicli, it is ugreed 011
n!l hatids, ouglit cxcliisivoly lo bo lilled by tliusc
who cnjny llie enliro confidenco nf tho Hxccnlivo;
somo had bacn iho instrumeuts of citrryiug intocf
fcct unconslilulional litws, proslrating Ihc libeity
ofthcprcu, and PKKSD'UTINU TIIU 1NXO
CRNT 1011 AN IIONKST diit T.ur.Ncr. IN
POUTILYM)PINION; somo, fiom llio lungcn.
joyment of ollice, had uc(uircd grcitt we.-ihh, and
jio lougcr dischn.ginglheilutie.s of ollice lliemselvrs
coniniilted llia public iutorests to llu itiaiiiigcmcnt
ufclerks."
Dut even iu inaking nppointments, jKrrniisox,
did not confino hiiusulf cxclusively to his parly
fricnrfs, In vindirnting liimsolf lo Mr.s Adann,
from tlia chargo of teiiioviiig hcr cldcst son from
tlio ofiiea of " Commiuioner of jankruplcy,'am
uficr ndveriing to llio fact thal during Adaiu'3 iul
tnin'utralioii llicso ofliccrs waro all fedural in tlicir
politics, Jsflbnon mys: (seo letler to Ailanis,
Siept, 11, 1S01.) " ;i mukinq thcsc npoiitt
mcnls, I pul in proportion offcdjralislssciiuttl
JUliev, lo the proiwlion lhcj Uaf 1,1 nu.nicrs
Uirough the Union gcncrultj. Ihd I knoivn tjourl
son hnd tiettJ, it teonJJ huve Lcen rtal plcasin c
tti mc tohavi preftrrcd hitsi to somc uho uoe
namel lloiton, IN V!IAT WA3 DKH.MKU
'i'ilC SA.MK WiV. OV 1'OLITICS."
Wlieti Jeficrson'd own rcpeatcd dcdaralionii aia
considorcd wlisnli'n fewramovals fiom ofiicoaro
nlso considorcd ii it uot gro.s iujuslico to uso liia
'autliority fur 1I13 jnstiflcntionof tucliswocping pro
tcriplion ns llu wliigj aro nwliing to appea.so llio
claiois ol liunjry pjrt'uans ? Ia it nul tnuls Iiopoc
ri.iy thua lo 6onnd hb irama, and parctically to
pcorn liii .principala ? Is it not rau! raluniny to
fpole tlio apustlo of i'f)7i; lo juslify llio Ujranny
tlut Bacrilices i:tcni3 at tlio ratio of TU'O IIL'X
I)lti:iJ A MONTII, to p.nty vcnjjciiiico .' 7osoi
the r.rjKVATio; or mii wr.iisrun
TO rUKVlJllV HK.Vl) Ol'fil-W. ilAtt-
oi'i'O'i'.Tiiiv a ni Tv, ir wu I'.i.sssii)
IJVRitV THl.a KliStV-.!. it.int ntic
TllMt.
Tho nboyo isn capital sontimciit for llio Dornoc
rncy to bein on in lliair opposition to tho picioul
fedoral rulers. Nothing li!;o fcclingii coinoinntions
coiuu otdutij iu nhatevcr vo cng.iso. And doos
tha cauie w.irraut tho coticlusion in llio doclarutioti
fiiotcd.' To nuiwcrthi? wo inui-t I'nipiiro wlm
'u Mr W'ebslcr.' Is il Mc Danicl Wclistcr, who.nt
tlia lims, and ovcr since, deniud tho juslicc on tho
jnrt of Amcrica in Iho latn war witli llngland ?
Ayo, tha fl.iuic, llie wty panio, " llo doiiii'd,"
fiyslho Timet " U juiticc, though Iho I!nglili
h.id caplurcd thirlcen ofunr iiisrclmnt vc-ijclsiear-ly
all pirniicall! Ilo dcn'n;d ita jtntire, ihongli
inoru than 8I.1 Tiiot'SAND nfniir si:ami'ii liad beiu
irnpru.-tl, not a tinglu onn of. wlimn tlicy liad a
ri,;ht lg toucli, und :t pnrtion of wliom thoy afler-
ward-i thot down nt Uartuionr, liko nild beakta
llu deu.ed it! jrnUa, Ihongh our vrry cniut nd
IkuIiom lud bccn ngaiu nnd ngain iul,Hed Ly thi'ir
bloody rgjrswioti'i; our pe'oplo luurdercd bi tlieir
cannon h it olfiN'ow Yorlii bnt lo.uU oftheni ro
turnid to Norfolk wlmn tlia t'hotapaaku vuiut
larliod williin our liiuils!
Yiii, DetiioeraM of iho Union, opromTio.v lo
tlio jresent Admlnulralion will bo tooppo.-o 11 111:111
whofl'i unliro lifu h.it been nlinot I'lcliisively nnti
Aiuerissn, and without uxcention, nnli-Doiiio'nmiic,
Is it nota duly to oppnsu'n innn who, on July 1,
181", rotrd Ag-iiiiit Ihcbill toraiso inoney lo earry
011 tho war.
Ii it nol n dvty to oppn-o n inltn who, on .Tnii
nary 7, 1814, votcd ng-iiit a hill lo rccruilu iho
arniy of hii iniiiitry ?
la it not a dvly lo oppo-io a tnan who, on Jnn
D.iry M, 181-1, volod ugainit a bill to puni.-di rl
tor't und tpies.
t it uot 11 duly lo cppo.'O n innu who, on Jnn
ur.r) 2.!, M I, xoted iu a ininmily of 7 ngainjtlho
bill lo enl'ut Ironp-i fur llie war?
In il not 11 duly lo oppoiio u 111:111 who, on March
28, 1S1 1, votsd lliat llio n.iiili.i fhnuld nol bo ci,l
lcd otit to cxociilo llia laws and rrpcal iiivu.-iinu .'
I:i it not .1 dutyXn oipnso n n.nn ulio, on l)e
:oudiur 1 , 1S14, votcd ngninit the hii! to rnio rcv
cunnand inaintaia iho publia credit ?
U it not .1 duly to opposo n 111.111 who, nn IV
r.riubei 10, 18! t, olpd aaitnta rall on tlio !:'lJto-
for niilili.i lo df fonca Iho trontiem ?
Jsi it r.nt a dutii to opposo n iiiau wlm, on )c-
ceuibrr li), 1818, vnlcd ugaitmt tho hi',1 lo pay tho
cxpin-e ofilia wnr.imJ lunrcliui!d tlio cupital uliiL'h I
ttic itrm-li (Jesiroyi'.l f cortsn.N r 'tis ukjust." " I CA.NNOT
Ii) it not a duly lo oppnse a inan who, on .lan- w,v,. .... ,,,, . . ilnini i.-n T m. n
uary 7, 1311, lotej s-.f.lmt ,m Upprnprilioi. ofono 1 ' V .7 .
ii.illiou for dcfraj ing tlio cipenio of iho Navy ) rcpiibhsh a porlion of an ailiclo cstabb'jliing
U it uot a duly to nppo'O n tn.in who v.iluti'd nt ! tho nsicilions of Iho Glulc:
tha dcfeal nf onr Brins, end tlis inuderoui in-roaiN' ,. ., , . ,., , , , ,
eflho ava!!c, in llia followin-j lr.r.n:- I . 1 P'p ".l"ch wc fonnded llio as-
'Tliu is not ll.o cutcrtaiu.ue.it to wl.icl. wr st,Uo" ' !:,t Ilarinon u.iprciied hn .ibhor
weio invitcd. V.e are told lh.it llioso diijppoint. I .n h proscnptian ii.nlc.1 upnn iho f...bordi.
inent-. aro owin? tn iho oppofilion whicli t he wur 1 n!1,c !"."'" I Jt-parltii. tit, grcw out of nn occurrcnco
euro-.nter. Thii U no nolv str.iin. It U llia ron- j 10 V,"cl' "',?1'":v: M: 1 l,,orll,"n ( clcigyinan of
litint tnn-j of ovcry ttcuk and uichel Mminiilra-' c'1!l,",!":c ol O;) "'"1 aothcr higl.ly rejpcct
Hon ab!i! rlcrgMiian, ..Ir I'vlatid, wern witnr.e.i. XVo
HVrMmins cndcavor, to orPo and ll.warl! nili.rlaa llioieseiitlcnirn wc.it wilh a letlcrfro...
th-j (;..vcrnment ofhi. countrv iu the l.oi.r of dan-1 Jutiu Sl,c''Wn -r.' '
n and diillcnllv. conMitutcn 'a De.nncrat ll.cn Mr ' I?"'0V1' h" d'y ' y r.'uiid tho
Web.tcr ii ono'or uiag.iilndu; aud if a mMemntie ! (,c,"'ra11 llw f1" "'J'ntioiicd by a co.
r.nd uncn.npron.i.ing luntilily to tha bn war i m U '"V"", whiwo co.nmmiicallon wo gnv n so.ne
.r,iil : f.i.. ... n ... r i davd ii"0 iii Iho Clole, aud thcn It was that ho said
dcnt of diii'oiuatio talcnt
palriolisui, Mr "iVcbstcr w ill niako nn cicllent fc'oc
ti ... il yi iu .-iiuiiii; i
rcfnry ol Matc.
In Irlll'J, whcn war witli I'rancn w.n antiiip ttcil,
it wai prop03.nl lo conKdo lho meaniofour ikTciieo
to I'residcnt .'.'ickron i-nndilionally; nnd Mr U'c-b.
ter ileclarcd in theSomte, that lic would not otu
for lho bill, if tha cneniy werc batlcring down lho
walU ol llicc.ip.tol. ' IIH leiiernl Iricuu, J0I111 (
Ada.ns. could not hcar Jlr Ycbjter encouniKo tho
r nemy to dcmnlith onr capilol nnd rc.nain silent. unworlliy will not go out, nnd llie worlhy shall not
He to'ak occasion 10 dccl.iro in thu llouso of Itep-1 1)0 tuincd Out."
rcsentJlivu, ihit " Mr Wcb'Icr hail only to tal.e ; Fhould .Mr Wcbslrr bo iiiclincd to tcst tha vc
finnthrr nlcp, and gn ovcr to llie rncniy. ' racity of lliij slateincnl, lct him call bcforo liis
i'ollovv Cili.enil sach isnnoutlino iifllic politi-1 ('om'mi'sion nf Inipiity the purc, pions, ninl ven
c.il charactcr of tha inan whom the I'residcnt has orablo incn uhon nau'icswo havo givcn. Wehatc
r.illed into liis coblr.et as chicf I'rcmlcr. l)o you ; not ci.inniiiiiicatrd wilh them on tlio stibject, nnd
Mill love jonrown country ? Ara jou slilln.'iiious , Ibey doubtless liad no e.ipeclatinn that lho tt.itc
tti do jour duly iu rcfercnce to thewclfaie ofvour incnt would lind ils way into llio publia piints, nnd
countiy If so, arouio to a seino nf oat ilangcr. wo do nol hcsilalc lo say thoso palterus nf integri-
Ara tlio ilemanh of l"ngland, imde at thisliinn. Iy nnil Irulh will makc gnod etcry o)llablo licro
fo.uided upon lcss injiiice th.1.1 thoso whicli Mr I writlcn down. Gen. Ilarrison did say to lliein, "
Webstpr jnlilieiU Wo llilnk nol. Wl. it, lUcn, l cannolstiind it. Thii turninz ottl of worthy men
niay wo not fearn? lo the resu't oflhefinal ndjuit- j will not consent to." IIr did lefur to the dis
nicut of pre& Jtit dfiicntties ivith that country. Frce-j b-sjscs cf ths bioken-hcarled wifc, nnd sdded, "
incn, nriju! join in licart and uction in llio scnti
meni: " Oippiition to the present Adminulration U a
DUTV."
Thero bciog nothing to liope, nnd ull to fcar.
Uhio JCaglc.
rUIDAV MORNLXO, MAY 21, 1841.
EXTliA AGE.
Ry the advico of onr fiiends vo propose to fur
nish tlio Jgc for tbreo inoutlisi, coinincncing llio
firit of Juns, at tlio low rato of
Fonr cojiics for Ono Dolliir,
Tho pcriod will ernbraco IlioKxtra Scssionof Con
grcs3 and llio 11e.1t St.ito Dlcclion, and tlio Jlgew'iW
ntlctid to bolh witli tvliat ability vo can coiiiinand.
All llio important debatos upon tlio vital quostions
wliicli will bo agitatcd in Congrcss will bo publisli
ed at lungtli, and all nuttcrs of iinporlanco fully
disciitffcd nnd olucidatcil,
5CP V atlcntion will be paid lo any orders
liiWi circ nnaceompanled u-ith thc vioncy.
Onlcrs should bc sent in poon.
S t a t c C 0 ii v c 11 1 i 0 11 ,
TheDMtocuATic Rr.runncANs oftlioSlato
uf Vermont, nro roqueslod to nicct in tlieir sev-
eral towns, nnd ehooso fivu nr inoro dtdogatw to
altend a Slato ConvRiition, wliicliwill bo lioldennt
tlia Jlulhcdiit Mcciing Uouse, in Montpelier, on
Iho 17lh day of JUNK no.t, at !) o'elock, A. M.,
for tho purposo of nominating a Slato Ticket, nnd
!o tranr-act any otlier businew ihotight proper whcn
mct. (J. V. ltAUKI'.R, ) Slule
XV. V. ULiSSIXL, ( Commiltee.
Jlny lo, 18-11.
VilJagc Mccling,
XVo nro rciue?led lo givo noiico 1l1.1t a tncctin"
will bo lioldan at tho Town llnll, nt carly randle-
hlingtlna (l riday)ocning, to havon tall about
eitablMiing n Vilhigo I.ibrarv. All wlm fcel an
mlcrest iu tho subjoct aro reipiotfd to alluud.
A Lisl of llio IVoscribed iiiul lic
wanled, iu Vi'vmoiit.
A. V. UynK, rcillci-ior. V. ', llr.umo, fal. unilor.
IIkmw l.imitv, Mnrlml. V. IIuirox, d!i ful.
IHn'i, Kui.i.o(.ii,lli. Atl'y. -'iiaiii.i-s 1ais, olil (ul.
Mai.u iii Coumno, Ki'i-ur
tl llu- l.llil llmlac ul .Iu- .,,
nlin-r 1 J.uiiil.
J'oslmastcrs.
Vi. Dnwxr.n, Hlinron.
II. Wbl.K, ll:irll:ilhl.
I snoTT, Wimlham.
llr.Min-r, llcn-l,ini;!iMii.
I'llCSTCll IStXTCH, oiil fl-J.
I'l K1IS C'.UIV.
Wu.inM II ituis, Jr,
lUllLY Wclllll.
1 . .1. I) IMSOt.K, llllllllllil.
Ji:i; (imr, nl.lfc.l.
J.II.HnniNso.i.rrni-tnravIllc. 1J, T. l'Rhi:u
J. II. Wi.tl.f, l!il!nv I'.illi. J, W. MonuK, n.il. c-illlor.
A..I. Ki'.rr.lA'i, llrHiiilon. I). V. I'. Ci.iiik, lnludltnr.
li. ,iil!.s, imninsinn. II. II. Hr.a-v, leil. tilllor.
1. 1'ni.ni r.N, Itiirj.t-. Am.i. liuinMriu.i.
.1. SUr-j!:nt, Wiml or. W. 11. (iii.hnv.
"lf llio prlniiplr nfitll tliMC iippnlnlmcnls llili irm.
nnpnly of iiMic innn liy iiii-iiiIk rn of Cniigioi ninl
l.ri'nrMHi I'.ilitorsJS ln' emtlomilil (innl I wnul.l
nut inivo iiiiiiiini 10 i!h in iit'T Mto.M m v ii;i.innn vi 1;
CO.NVIIITION- TIIATTIIIIV .MII! IWSIINTI.M.I.V VI.
(JlOl'.-i,; TUKUl lHTIXTSAltirnil I.Y AI.AIl.MlNd.'
llcnry Vltrj in ti'l.
K.V.HAUIllSO.V'.') I)EA,ni-lH:u,.lf.,AIX.
'J'ho fedcral paper at wai o.ipccted, eloully dc
ny tlio facts givcn by lliu (llolc in rclalion to tho
dealh-bed of tho l.ilo l'rcsidi'nl.
Tho folhming is fiom llio Hutland Jlcrald:
" Tho Washington Cllobc is iinwilling lo pcrniit
iicn. llarrnon 10 sicep (iniflly 111 liurac. II line
',, "' ' " " ,,'1 ' ' l,.re,Bnu lu -
A pcrMiual friend of tha Into l'rcsitlcnt, who vtas
wilh hini iu llioso oleuin und lr)ing iiininent-i, de
clan!3, throiigh llio Intcllieiirer, tha (llnle btorv
to bo filso ns it U innt wirl.nl, Sinco iho publf.
rnlion iu llio (llolc. (.'ol. ('rnghau, tipon whosu au
Ihority tlio statunionts pri'iend lo bo givcn, has
cmiie out in u Ittlcr in which ho dccbires ho gavo
nn nulliniity for f.iid publicution. Otlier paperi of
llio sauic politic.-i of iho (Uolc aro rciul)Ii-liin; tha
aliocioiH arl'n-lo from tho (llo'.e, but llioy aro cuie
Iu I uot to publi-li Croshan's roiilnidiclinii.
I.ook nt tlio Spiril of thc .'",'Ciind lind lhotatc
tncnls rtfL'ruil lo, all copicd iu the tnost coii'pic
iioiii uianner, from llio dlubc, nnd lell us if'il.c
cdilor nf Iho (llolc ought nol lo be prosrcntcd for
a libcl, nnd tho cdilor nf tho Spiiil of the ,1gc
ihouhl not bo rodo out of town on a rail, willi nvcry
uinrk of rontuiiielyand contcmpt. Ilc hnew Iheui
lo ba furgciies whrn llicy wrro cnpicd, liko the
tlioinniiil-aiul.tiim nther similars wilh whicli bi-i
own nnd iho loro prei unlveisally liavo tceincd
dtiring tho latt prc.-iiilcnli.it clccliun,"
Thii paragraph h undotibtudly inlcndcd lo in
iluco llio public lo didjcliuvo fien. Ilarriou's op
position to Wcbstcr'if proicriptinn, and lo provo
th.it C!cn. II. did not pay, on Iih death-bcd, " MY
I)i:AR MADAM, I 1)11) NOT DIRKCT TIIA'I'
YOUR IirSHANI) SIIOL'U) in: 'tlrni:i)
Ol'T. I DID NOT 1CN0W IT. I TKH'.I) TO
l'HKVKXT IT.' " It is wno.vd I won't
to.lhrsc c.icellcnt men
- ..
" Gentlemen, l liavo bcen nhnot rnn down j I
caimot stand it : am turnins out of worthu men I
nercr will ronscnl lo. Onlv just now, a bcnutlful,
Voung Inoking wnman calleil on mo.nnd said, '.My
liiisli.iiid is turnrd out nf einployinc.il, nnd wo ar'o
nclually liero iu this cipi'nsivo cily liaving nolhing
lo c.it.' "My ilear sirs," conlinui'd tl.c I'rcside.it.
" ' ulaost hilh mc; I can h.irdly stand it : tho
ulmosl Idtls r.ic" and Mr Wubstcr rnay liavo n
eoloinu record mado nf it, if ho wishcs, in tho ar
chivcsoftl.o cominission now sitling in tho Star
Chauibcr of tho Tieasury on iho savingsnnddoings
of Iho uulinppy workiiien, now drawn up bcforo it
.to undcrgo tha law ns laid dowu iu liij circular.
Nay inoro : wo will poiut out to hini scvural nlher
ncrsoiid, lo vvlio.n (!en. Ilurriaon cxnrcssed similar
fealing-i of dNgnst in regard to tho distressing pro
cesa whicli somo of liis Cabinct pusbcd forward,
without Iii3 kuowleiiso, in uianv cases, nutl il.rcct
iv asainst his proinisca iu ulliurs, which wo liavo
specified iu our foriucr article, and which that of
tho Aatianul Inmliscnccr does not dcny. I'or
Iho present, howevcr, wo point Mr "iVcbsler nnd
liis proscribiiij.; collcnguc3 to tho tcsli.nony of tho
roverciKi gentlemen wlio.n wo liavo natncd.
Tho fourlh controvcrled point for which wo will
stato our nuthorily, ii tho lato l'residenl's c.itirrss-
iou of nnguMi when his tnind waa wanilcriug iu tho
ileliriuiu ol levcr nnd iirokcu sluinber, to llio suli
jcct which had presscd most upou it jitst bcforo ho
was borno down by tho nllliction which preycd up
'ri, .....i. ...i,;.,i. ..... i., ,. ,,..i . ,i
Ull llll.l. A IIU 1...IU9 l.illll I.U llll.U iii,iii;ii, iiiiu
which cvidcnlly 9how that Iih mind rcvcrtcdto Iho
dNtressrd wivoj who clung about him nnd i.nplor
pil tho rcstointion nfllicir husbantls to tho cmploy-
uiciil-i on wliicli tlio livdiliflod ol tlieu latnilics Ue
pcndcd, wero incnlioncd by "llissClark in tho prei
rnco of scvcrnl niost respcctabla pcrsons. MUi
("lark is horself a niost rcpcclablo lady. Ger.cral
llarrison, wo liavo hcard, liad bccn nurscd several
ycars aso iu her fainily, throiish a niost danj'crous
sickncsj, nnd ho ever o.ipresscd llio decpest grati-
iiuiu lowarcts ncr at liaving savcil liis llio liy licr
iiiuincs.i aiui nticniinn. un 11.0 laie niiiicling oc
rasion wo undcrstand lliij lady lendcrcd her ser
vicca, and sootlicd liis last days wilh wiilchful at
tentions, which sccmed to ho niost cratcfully re-
ceivcd, fiom for.ucr assoniation in similar d'ntress
ing eirciiniitances. It wan duriag this lady's vigils
liy liis siuo tti.it tne toiicliing n.iprcssions lell Ironi
liis lip;, whicli bhowed that liis mind ihvelt upon
tho tiuhappy women who had implorcd him lo ro
storo tho nienns of living to tlicir outcast familics.
Tlio sourrcs throiigh which wo liavo the alatement
ol "ilns l.lnrk's report of Genernl Ilarrison's c
prcssions of kind aud gencrous feelinjM iu lho
liours ofapproaching dissolulion, nnd without con
pciousncss of any ihin; but nfllictinir rcmumbrancca
brought up probably by tho pres'enco of Iho sad
feinalo (iguro bcforo Iii-i oyes will bo mado known
to Mr WehstiT if be desim it. In lho i.iean linio,
ho has a name of nn individual,to whoui wo dcsiro
ho niay npply to ascertain if our inforinnnts havo
mntuKcn llio renorlcd c.vprn3sioii3 0l tien. llnrrnoti
I'or us it is enougli that llicy wcro dertvod from
ticrsons 011 whoso veracity wo havo, und all who
i;now them havo, linboundcd eonlidenco. Tho
slern c.iprcssioin ultered by ('cn. llarrisou in bro-
len sentcnces : '( ti tcrang. J u-on l conscrt,"
Kc kc, occuircd whcn Col. Croghau watchcd be
sido liiui."
Aftcr tho publication of lho niticlo from which
the preccding U an extrnct, Col. Croghau nddres?
cd a caid to tlio dlobc lho contradiction alludcd
lo hy tho Hcraldh which hesais tho (llobc h in
crrur, iu fajing that ho himsclf heard Gen, Hurri
fonsay, "It inwrong I won't consent." "Thcso
e.ipressions" ho savs, ''wero merely cpiotcd by me,
as dcrivcd from pcrsons who werc present when
Ihcy werc vtlcrcd by him, nnd l.v rnoor that, in
thc wandcrins of'hismindhc wanccidcntlydwctl
ing on I'L'llIilC AITAUiS and mudc allusion to
thc ANNOYANCi: AND DISTIIKSS lli: Sl1'
h'KUKI) HY THJCM,"
Col. Croghan, furthcr says : "Thc words which
I heard, mysclf, during llmniglit I altended hy do-
siro nt hia bcdsido wero : ' My (lod ! I ca n'tst.ind
it' I)on't trnublo mc,' ""&c. Col. C. does
not "dccluro thatha-gavo no aulhority for said
publication" ho uiakes his card to tho (llobe,
110 " contradiction ;" simply tho c.vplanalion we
havo givcn.
This bold falseliood of tho lleruhl, U a fair f pe-
cimen of Iho tergiversalion nnd baro-faced f.ilso
hooiU oftho fcdcrnl press, thccxposilinn of whicli,
hy a democratic editor raises lho cry of " rido
him on a rail I" fa'ucli U whizgery.
DKATII Ol-' A .111J.M15i:tl OV COXCJHKSS.
XVa nminuncn wilh uain thc dcalh ofllon. Ciias.
On 1.1:, M. C. from tho Ucdford Distiict, I'a. llo
died at hi-t rcsidenco, Somcrset, l'a. on lho Klth,
ofn consiimption which has prcyed upon forinauy
inonlhs pnst. Hi3 dealh leaves n vacancy in tlio
now llouso, wliicli can liardly I10 lilleu in soason
for lho meeting of Congress.
Mr 0"lo was 0110 of tho most fearlcot, nrdcnt.
ellicient advnealcs oftho caiifo of Natioual Iteform,
llo stibjected liiiusclf to inuch nbusu fiom opt'ii
cncmies and snniu detraclion lro.11 weak brcthrcii
hy liis f.itnous b'pcech last j ear on lho nipcnditu.es
in furnMiing lho rre-idont'si Mansion, iu wliicli ho
gavo Van Iti: renisui Measnrn for Mcasuro' in ro-
iiiital nf ils Itetrcucli.nent Ucnorts unil oneralinu.s
in 1827 8, Thoso who know nnd rcalio how
richly onr ndvcrsarie.s had descrvcd vvhat MrOjde
gavo them, ran uuver cstcem him lho less for that
!Jpeech, whilo thousands who kticw him only by
that rightcoiiH rntigatioi. will rcme.nbcr it witl.
gratitudo, and gio 11 tear to lho mcmory of lho
dcpatted. .V. i'. Tribunc.
Thcro aro not wanting thoso who think that a
just fiod will not long allow lho wickcd lo go 1111
punislicd. Vhat .Mr Oglo wa.s.as n inan, wo know
nothing, litit ns a polilician, wo look upon him as
l.aving bccn ono of llio most unprinciplcd villains
that ever livcd. That Spcccli of liis, false, 111a
licious, uican, low nnd baso as it was, bcars us
out, nay, juslilics us in thcso liarsh c.ipressions.
Vc cnvy 110 papcr tho reputatiou it will gain at
this lato day in nltc.npting to bol.-tcr up tho aull or
nf Oglo's Spccch." This makcs tho second of
tho warmesl, most rcckless and unprinciplcd advo
calcs of Gen. Ilarrison that havo pas3cd to llicir
llnal nccount sincc tho -tlh of March!
XO rUUTIIKR. U.SH l-'OU HIM.
Tho Iiuck-oyo ISIacksiuith, sav s thu Phila. Times,
is in this cily, in great dislrejj. llo has npplicd for
rclief to nll iho Wliig lcadcrs nnd pipa layors, but
without 6ucccs3. Iladgcr, who carricd him about
during lho last cainpaign, aud ulniost dciflcd him,
has refused evcn In seo him, nlthougli repeatcdly
nssurcd that ho is sick aud star 1 ing. .Mr Robcrls
fceh for him, but not in Iii3 pockels! Wo aro not
at all surpriscd nt thcir conduct; wo nro only ns
lontsiicu lliat 110 slioiini uo lool enougli to o.vpcct
anylhiiigfrom them. The day of liis "availability
U gouo, nnd wilh it nll stomuch for Ilaers or borcs.
" l'ut not jour trust iu politiciancrs!"
"HOlV.V TO I.OW-WATKll MAKK."
ornciAi..
.lppoinlment hy the Hartford (Conn.) Post
maiter.3om Rcader, to bo swcepcr of tho I'oat
Oliico, vico Davis Ray, dem. rcmoved. Salury,
$21 pcr nnniini.
Illalr, of lho Washington 17'oie, has given no
iico tlial unlc3s that papcr has an ncccsslon of sub
scribers ils publication inust bo abandoncd.
All thc fcd. papers.
A regular I'atchngue lie. Ilcre is what " Illair
of llio Washington Globe" says:
" Wn will not ask or rcccivc the sort oflumplng
rontr.'butions by whicli tho banksand Fedcral poli
ticians siislaiu tlicir presscs. Wo will nbandon tlio
pnblicalinn oftho 17oAc, if il cannot bc suvDorlcl
ty Iheicgulartubscriplion priccofthc paper.
"Ol'F V.'ITII HRA1) !" THI2 HAHT
IjAXI) POST OFKICr. "XO I'UOSCUII'
TIO.V rojl Ol'IMO.N'S SAKUI"
Tho Oligarchy havo fmished R. Wui.d, Kscj.,
I'ostuiastcr nt llaitlaml. Ilo is Guilloliucd ; liis
hcad is ofl', nnd ono L'urlte Cady sils in liis placoj
" a inan," sajs n correspondcnt from Hartland,
" notod for nolhing savu stnpidily. Tho only
claims sct up by liis fiiends wero lliat hobad nolh
ing elao to do, aud inust havo somo business by
which to get a living, and thoy probably fcel grat
ificd nt liis appoiiitiucnt, os tho probability of liis
bccoming a town cliarge, is, for tho present, 10
moved." Wo cannot bnt improvo lho opportuuity hcro nf
fordcd us, to advcrt to a few fucts lcnding to show
lho boldly deliuented diH'crercnce bclwecn tho pro
scriptions of tho Oligarchy and tho two last Adu.in
iitrations. In this town of Hartland, l'ortcr Cot
ton, n foder.il wliig, ihc predecessor of Mr Weld,
ca.no into tho ollico under tho Ad.i.inistralion
of Gon. Jackson upan the resignalion ofade.no
crat, and lield it iuto tho last ycar of Jlr Van
Iltirun's Adininislration, and llicn was rcmoved,
only for pcrsisiing in liis most palpablo uhuso of
tho franking privilcge. This was democralic pro
scription ! "lli Wcldhas occupicd the ollico about
six inontlis, has nlways dischargcd liis dulies failh-
fully ; has douo nolhing "lo bringlho patronago of
tho Govornmc.it iu conlact with tho frcedom of
clcctions," citheropcnlyorsccrctly ; has not been
an "activo parlisan ;" against him not tho shadow
of a chargo has been brought, o.icept that ho is n
deinocrat ; chnrgo sufiicient that, wilh tlio Oligar
chy, lo cut ofl llio hcad of ihopurcst inan that cvcr
livcd. This is fedcral proscription !
Now, go into Ihttland ; ask lho first man you
seo why Mr AVohl was rcmoved. Ask if tho odico
tias not bcen kept faillifully nnd honestly, nnd to
tho enliro satisfaction of every body. Ycs, lo nll
Iho qucslions, will bo tho answur. Ilut pcrhaps
0110 liCiuox, or somo olher Miull-ciirrict fur l'.vor-
eit, will tcll you, 'Mr Wcld gavo $13,00 lowards
slarting tho Spirit of thc .'Ige.' What if ha did ?
what has thal to do wilh tha failhful dischar"B of
liis dulies ns pnstiiiHstcr .' Whethcr ho has, or has
uot, bccn a failliful postinastcr, is tlio point inipics
tion, genileincn ledcr,ilist, Has ha been! if jou
say ycs, thcn you admit that you uru a sct nf baso
hpocrites and wilful liars ; hccaust!, you assurod
tho pcoplu of Hartland, nll throiigh ll.o lato can
vass, that no man bhauld bo rcmoved from nflico,
fur opinion's sako, nnd lliat, if ihuy wou'd help
elect Gen. Ilarrison, good old Monroo linies would
cotuo nround ngaiu, nnd we should ho all uf ono
opiuion. Mnny bulievc.l thae asseiiions, aud vot
cd for Gen. Ilarrison j thoy would now liko to uu-
der.stand how this rcinov.il of Mr Weld, without a
sinylo chargo, c.icept liis dcinocrnr.y, haviug been
iillcged against him. is to bo tal.cn as 11 spcciiiicn of
llio fullilment of vour pledges und proiniscs. Ilut
wos.tyngain, suppoiu Mr Weld did givo $13,00
lowards i-larling tlio Agc ? Was lliat worsu llian
giving $30,00 to purchaso li(iior for n liard cidcr
powow .' worso than inducing tho Inboring 111111. to
lako what littlo money ho had laid hy, In purcliaso
lho iieccssarics of lifu for liis f.imilv nnd Flicnd it
in running hilher nnd you ull thu snnimer, to
tho neglect of liis business aud tho stiame nf liis
wifo nnd childrcn ; stinuilatijd by fcdural niin first
nnd fedu.nl proiniscs nltcrward.s, iuto lho belicf
tlnt by so doing ho was bringing about an crn of
gond feoliug, 110 proscription, nnd casy times ?
00k at tho poor follow now, eitlier n helplcss vag-
aboud hauging ubout tho bar-rooms, ragcd nnd
liscouragcd; or sweating day nnd nightto mnko up
what ho lost last suimncr wliilo under tho wilher
iug iiifluunco of rum aud feder.ilism, nnd say which
is tho worst, aud which indicatcs lho inoro nctivc
parlisan, inducing lho laboriug inan lu do all this,
hy which ho is bcggarded, or attending to unes'
ownnin.irs nnd giving 15,00 to supportn ucws
paper, that informatioii may bo i-prcad iuuoiig the
pcoplo .'
Thcn, this giving $15,00 to slart tho Age, was
tho causo of Mr Wcld's rcmoval, was it .' Yery
wcll, put it upou tlt.tt grouuil llicn; it may ntiswer
for thu wantuf 11 bctter. Ilut.iiln.s! itsohappcns,
gcnllomcu, lliat ,Mr Weld did not givi a cenl -
w.trds slarting Ihc Anu ; hc has nol cvcn paidus
I'or a single copy of the Agc sincc its publication !
That makcs it vcry had, docs'nt it, jelrulh-loving,
cnndid, 110-pro.scriptiou fcderalists .' vrry had it
makcs it. Tho wholo ttory of Mr Wild's awful
und nover-to-be forgivcn sin of haviug contributed
a ccnt fur the hcncfit of tha Age is a wilful, silly,
lio, that had its origin whrru all such uican things
havo tlieir origiu, in lho hcad of n fedcralbl. Its
origiu is stampcd upon its furclio.nl. It bcars tho
stupid, braiulcss, addlc-look of its illustrious pa
rents, Horaco I'.vcrclt & Co.
What is to bc donu liow, gentlemen frdcrnlists
of Hartland ; what is lo ba dono nnw.' wlmt ci
cuso will you givo lo tho peoplefor Mr Weld' rc
moval .' You are pinncd lo ll.o wall : IIH WAS
RHMOVHI) I'OR OPINION'S SAICH, nnd, ns
you repeatcdly promised, no inan should hc rc
moved for thal caup, if General Ilarrison was
elcctcd, you stand bcforo the pcople tbcy know
howou stand ; ittisnut nccussari for us to tcll
them.
People of Hartland, of Windsor County ! com
paro thc couri-Q nf dcinocralic Admiiiistrations in
rolalion lo Mr Cotton. .Mark how ho cauie, how
long ho was rctaincd, in tho ollice, opposid lo lho
Adininislration, for what ho was reinnicd, aud
llicn mark how long .Mr Weld was rctaincd in of-
fico, for what ho was rcmoved, aud judgc bctwccu
the adianlagcs you havc gained in e.ichanging a
noblo und high-miiidcd Admiiiislrntion for n uieau,
malignant, tjiannical and proscriplivc Oligarchy.
KKEP IT ItCFOirK THE I'KOI'LH,
That, during tho first fiktei:.n jio.ntiis of
Jefferson's Adininislration, rlFTY-rOUK, nnd
during the lirst kiftken pavs of Gen. Ilarrison's
Administration, N I N H T Y-S 1 X rcmov als wero
innd c !
Ily a lato decision of the Suprcmo Court fur
Oilelhorpu county, Geo., tho testimony of several
witiicsscj was declarcd to bo iiiad.uissiblc, on the
ground that Ihcy irere Unirersalhh, nnd suppos
cd not to bclicve ia futuro rutvards and punish
mcnts. CJIIoii. Charles Hudon, wliig, has bccn elcc
tcd n Mcmbcr nf Congrcss from the Worcester Dis
tiict, Mass., in place of Lovi Lincoln, rcsigncd.
The day of clectioii was iiiclcmcnt, aud the votcis
vcry light ; but Mr Hud.son's" innjorily ovcr Isjnc 1
j Davis, dem. is son:t (J or 800. j
SKE THIS!
If tho following is not rohbing the widoiv nnd
orphans, says lho New ICra, for lho sako of sup
porliag n bank hircling in splendor, wa know not
what U: nearly half a inillion of dollars takcn from
tho honcst nnd indnstrious of all classcs to pay a
comnioii swindlcr for 11 few inonlhs acrvices. Yo
defcudcrs oftho UiiitcdStatcsIlaiik and Nick Ilid
dlc spcuk out.
" Witi.i. 1'Atn. I!y tho report of tho couunil
teo of lho slockliolder.s of tlio U. S. Bank, rccently
IIIHllR nt Pliil.wli.l.ilii 1 it nnn.ii. ll.-it lt
rcccivcd for liis berviJcs, ilu!iu tho bricfperiod
I.- - I . I-... 3 .. .. '. .
his agcucy, lho neat little suin of tbreo huudred
and cighty-lhree thousand dollars!"
tCPONI.Y TIIREi: HUNORHl) AND HIGII-TY-TIIKKH
THOUSAND IJOI.I.ARS paid to a
lordly bauk nabob for a few inontlis scrvice.s, by
tho samo bank from tho door of which n poor wid
ov was brutally rcpulsrd, aflcrlmving been robbed
of llia only little pillaucc she posscsscd by its fail
uro. I.aboring incn! think of Ihcso things. I.ook
nt tho iiknefits alTorded to poor pcoplo, by Iho
bunks!
I1AXIC OF THE U.MTKD STATES.
Auful Disclosurci Again! Ilcsidcs tho im
incnsa sums loaned by Mr Iiiddle, and lho " Hx
changa C'oinmittee," to brokcr.s, polilici.ins, nnd
" Ilank thioves," ihuro stand chargcd to n certain
Mtdam , widoiv, Twiinty TnousAN'n
Doi.i.aiis on tho hooks of tho bank? Now, wo
nro lho friends nnd advocatcs of the widoui and or
phan; but in this caso wo aro inclincd to ensuro,
under tho iuformatiou, that tho wholo nmount was
tho prico of nn intriguea buse inlriguc of a
high qficcr of the banh; who it socins glories in liis
iuiipj'ity, nnd dcfie.s 'publia opiuion! A inan may
pride himsulf upaii his prolligita earecr nnd corrupt
cuurse, but in any murul commnnity his foriuer
stunding will uot guuruutce n cniilinuauco of public
confidcnce and rcpect. Wo shall sonn seo if llie
former aristocrutic axjocialions of tl.isgcntleman
will hold 0.1 to hini, liecauso liohas bccn succcss
ful in his villiany, Wc shall scciflhalaws liavo
becoinc tuo tamoto briug lo cundigu puishment tho
rolber of thc widoiv andorphan! Tha nsluunding
fart exhibili-d on lho ledger of tho book, of seicn
mUUom of dollart, loaned or paid for polilicul
scrviccs in tho lato cainpaign, must be alar.ning tn
every fricnd oflibcrty! Tha developmcnts whicli
aru duily taking placo will soon rcmovo ull doubtof
thcsa iilmost incrcdihlo IVamls in moiiny iimtters,
aud upnn lho sacred rhjhts of lho pcoplo!
Tho Sccrotary of Slato, nnd of thu Trcasury, of
llio 1,'nited Stnles, to bo both buirowers of this bio.
kcn llauk, heforn tho lato, nnd during lliat iileclinn,
provcs nll ihc corruption heretoforo nlledgi'd again-it
it. This Uatik and ils papcr mcans was lho giunt
incubus, that liung up thu Deiuoeratio parly ovcr
siuco lho suspension (ifspccio p.iymciits in 18:17.
It brought calaiuity upou llio pcoplo, that it iiiight
cry out " distro-s!" nnd ruin!" lo blaino them up
nn tho wiso ndininiiralioiiof.liii7i';i f 'nn Jlurcn!
Tlio people wcro ns much deccived-and cajolcd ns
thu tockho!ilur.s hy lho nrrogaut 1 kuaves tn ollico'
oftho lla.ik.
At lliu.itockholdcrs mccling to-day, wo cxpcct
that Mcssrs Lippincolt, Mnsscy and othcri, will
ngreo tn pulilisli not only Mc numcs of ull tho tudi
vidual.swhu borrowed money for political purpot
ca, but that they will say,who piid for lho oiicnni
dred and thiily thousawl dollars worth of Tippc
canoe .llmunuchi eircnlated by yii'n in .Harh'ct
stteel last siimtnor, of which lir.11 tho mn'oi ;i,-ir-ncr,
a Direclor, was, and is n incnibcr!
Tho FeStral U'hig party h.ivo lost tlieir Wo.'
rulesi thoy aru dctcrmiucd, farthur to sar.ction nn
udulteicr, 11 knavo, a g.unbler, nnd " Ilank lliicf!"
Ilislory holds us out in thcsc bold assertions, und
ll.o nllliciious, miscry nnd forlorn stato oftho rin'K-
cl, cry out " Irunipct longurd" for rcdress, for
vungcncc, for rctribuiion difgorgo tho silierplalo
nnd thejawel.s, nnd thu ill gollcu forluno of your
sulf and son. Phila. Times.
JCP'n aro happy to say that the Woodstock
JIand havo succccdcd in making lhe nrran''emcnt
spokcn of n wccli or two sinco, by which they nre
In pr.ictico fur sonie timo under tho directiun of Mr
Mosus .Ma.vn, lato nuo of tho most di.slinguished
.nenibcrs of the lloston firast lland. Mr Ma.v.v
is iu town, and under his inslructinn tho I!and
will be prepared lo give the publ'ie, inusic A. Nn.
1, nnd 110 iiiistakc.
Thomas I,. Shuslcr has bccn comictcd of rnur-
tlering his vvifo nnd is to he hung for it. Ho had
bccn taking a nll itetn ofskootux," on thc oc-
casinn.
JCyAtnos Gnstino, dem,, his been elcctcd n
M.umher of Cougrcfs from the Cumbcrlaiid Dis
trict, l'a., iu placo of Wm. S. Ramscy, nf liko
politics, dcccascd.
iCJCo.ii. Charlcs Siewart has bccn nomiiintid
for ne.il I'residcnt, by a meeting ofdcuiocratic cit
ir.cns latcly held in Philadelphia.
SCT'f'C"' Jnmcs Wilsoti of N. II. tho new Pur
voyor Genernl fur I own nnd Wisknnan, will rc
sidu at Dubuqiic, on the I'ppcr Mississippi.
Another Democralic Victory ! With grcat
gratilicalion wo infor.n our rraders thal David
I.i: W, thc di'.nocratic caudidalc, has bccn cleclcd
Delcg.ite inCongrcsi from lliuTerritory of l'lorida.
A short timo sinco l'anny lilsilcr, lho fimous
rri'iieh danccr, rodo from ono ofthe New Orleans
Thcalrcs to tho Hotcl upon horscback, nnd thc
cushion upou which sho s.it was nflerwnrds put up
at aucliun and bid ofl' at 5! An cxchatige paper
ihinks tho U. S. Ilank had bctlcr cmploy l'anny to
sit upon somo of thcir notes und sce if she can't
impruvc lhe valuoof them!
77ic Middlebury Frcc Press has bcon discnn
tinued for want nf palronagc.
Hon. David llno.Nso.v, incnibcr nf Congrcss
fiom Mainc, formcrly oflhis place, arrived intown
011 his way to Washington, 011 Tuesday. Hclcaics
to-day.
Tho Green Mouulain bois clcct everv scTcnth
ycar a Council of (thirtccn) Cennnrs to nieet nnd
inquiro whcthcr tlicir Constitulion has been viohi
lcil, nnd also what nmenduionls are dcsirablo.
They elcctcd, this Sprine, the onliro Whig licket.
ting voie nunuici.ouu; i;pposuion ,ouu, 4uo
lition 1,0(10. .V. iSt'3n'al.
No "opposiliou" li-.'kct was in iiominatios.
For Me Spirit of the As'.
VILI.AfJK IiIllllAltV.
I rlm vcry much gralificd to lcarn that tho t ale of
tho Ilooks of ihc Woodstock I.ibrary is suspended
for furlher considcrationj nnd confidcntly hopa
whcn tho aubject shall bo propcrly undcrstood that
tho very atleinpt to c.iler.ninato tha only public
Lihrary remainiug in this Yillago will nrouso tho
iuliabitanti gcncrally, und liko lhe I'ha-nii it will
arisn to new lifc. It is only foi tho pcople lo will
that it sh.ill bo douc, nnd it will bc; and liiat loo,
"
nfW,lllout 1,ltir ,,liisinS ''o small pitlanco lliat will
. I Ul... Ot.-ll .1- . I .11 ..I
.H.I.UUHI. isii 11. cii.iu 1110 siory no ioiu in oiner
Status, somo of which havo established public and
frco librnries in eaoli school district, that this il
lago of nearly 2000 iuhabittints has not even ono
public librnry i
I will vonture lo proposo a p!an which I ll.ink
cannot f.iil of meeting tho favorablo viows of our
couimunity and tho present owncrs of lhe library.
I a.n infornicd that thcre aro forty-two sharcliolders
ol lho I.ibrary ; that thoy havo paid 7,00 pcr sharo.
The library consists of 282 volumes of vnluablo
standard hooks ofllijtory, lliography, Travels, nnd
II vcry sclcct misccllaneous eolleciion. Thopropo
sition is, that thc gentlemen oftho villngo organize
n I.yceum or library sociely on a permancnt basis,
cach sub3cribcr agrccing to piy the sum of $1 per
annum, for lho tcrni of at least tcn years, or in
quarlerly paymcnts of 25 cents; which shall be
oipcnded for tho purcliaso of such baoks as may
bo dcsiguated by n commiltco lo bo elcctcd by the
sub.scribcrs. Tho present owners of tho library
sh ill becotno subscribers lo the now association,
and transfor thcir bnoks to them, in payment of
tlieir nnnuul lax ol 0110 dollar per ycar, for surh
lcngth of timo ns may bo ngrecd, perhaps for 5
ycars; afler which Iiiiib lliey shall pay thcir sub
scription us ollicrs. I tli.ili not beliuvc until n fair
Irial has hcon mado that thcre cannot bo nt least
500 now sulucribers obtuiiied in this town nnd vi
cinity who willguar.mtco lho sum of two ccnls pcr
woek.for thn privilego of reading hooks from a libra
ry which may in len ycars, (indepcndciit of dona
tiom,) consist of several thousand volumes, if that
nuiiibcr of subscribers ran bc obtuincd. liy cstab
lishing it 0.1 this broad basis it niay soon grow into
moro tiscfulncsj, by cnnni'cting with it a cubinet of
natural hitoiy, and scicntifio lcctures. Suitahlo
buildings nnd lccturc 100111s can bc providcd and
rendcrcd tho pride ofour town, nnd .1 pleasant ro
sort of liti.cnsnnd struiigcrs. Kubscriptions should
bo oitended as far .13 posjible, and such nrrangc
incnts madu tlnt omiiiting our villago tho subscri
bers will (iiwl a rf.idins-rnom furnishcd wilh Iho
Amcric-iii nnd forciga pcriodicals, in which thuy
will havo oqual ilghts, iiiul an inducemcnt to dcvolo
a few loisuro hours to tho cultivalion nf thcir tniuds.
All polilicul ncwspapcrs should bo excluded, nnd
tho rooms rendi'rtd a rcspcctablo reort for ladics
as well as geiillemen,
I will thcrcfuro rcipeclfully propose that a meet
ing of thu library society bu warncd by tlieir proppr
nlHccrs, to incct nt as carly 11 timo ns pnssiblc, lo
considcr this propojition, nnd if lliey acccde to it,
iui.ncdiately ihereuftcr n mcolingof thu joung gen
tlemen nf tho villagc 11ml vicinitv bu notificd, und
Ihuy lie rciUO)ited to mako urra.igfinenls by the
uppointment of suitahlo nuuibcr nf persous to
procuro siibscrihers lo thu nbovo object, nnd who
shall nlso wnrn n meeting of tha subscriber ns soon
ns nn nccoptublo number shall havo been procured.
Ily p.oper ciurlions tha business may ba nccom
p'i.lud iu n fow wccks aud the fouudation laid of
a lilorary structiire which wu shall bo proud to
havo contributed our mito in ruising.
Aiir.nicANt;s.
THE CHA.NCJE.
" I.el Ihc Pcnitenlianj Itcchim ils lloguts in
Office"' Scourge lacl; thcsc Panditti to thcir
Carernt!" Well and truly may wo npply tho
iibovo quotations lo tho situalion woaro now p'.nc
cd in. Wo aro well ndvised, whcn we say that
convicts and criminals havo bccn nppointcd to of
fice; and wliilo .such is lho caso, who can sav with
confidenco, that his propcrty is safo in lhe Post Of-
lice, or the Custom llouse.' It waj a common cry
uf both partics, at lho last Presidenlal cleclion in
lhi3 Stato, bcforo all tha ofiici.il relurns wero rc
ccivcd, ilut " llia Slaln was safa!" but how woo
fully wcru wo oftho Democralic parly disappoiu
led, whcn wo learned for lho li.st timo, that "pipe
lning,"had taken lho" Keystone" from its place?
I.iko thu slockholders oflho Ilank oftho Unilcd
Stalcs, wo werc lulled 'into a falal sccuriely und
Wicnciout ofour own! I.ikothe honcst traderatul
merchint, becaujo our causo nnd principuls were
goodjwn e.pa:teilnnd descrvcd succcss, but it was
llia " light, fo.ith-jr-footcd cheat" whodcpriied us
ofour ryhls, ns lho " snmgg!cr"will tlicin of llicir
profils! The ballot boi was invadcd as sure us tho
rcveniia will bo defrauded! Tha unprcccdcnlcd
rush far ollice, mado by thn I'cdcral Whigs.augiirs
ill for lhe industry und privatc pursuits ofour citi
zein. Tho " no-sioi!s parly" havo shown that
their p.itriolisni consislsin oficc the love of gain,
and thu cnjoyincnt oftho " loavcsand fishcs."
.Mcn of long tricd honcsly and fidclity, who have
grown grcy in ollice, and been kcpt in situalioiu,
under all tidministrnlinns, sinco 1S0G, hne in thcir
ol l agc, und at a tiiue of grcat dilliculty, bcen
throwii out of p'ace, (to makc rooni for somo of Mr
Illddle's banditli,) to scek a living for large nnd
worlhy, but destitule f.iu.ilies! Men of grcat ei-
periencoin tha husincss oftho Custom llouso, who
look no parl whnlcter in politics, have bccn scnt
adrifl, without a dollar in thcir pockcts, upon lho
cold charity oftho world! Men who havo rpcnttlie
prunooflheir Iivcs in Iho public scnicc, and to
tho enliro salisfation oflho wholo couimunity, (wilh
tha exception of lho " pipe-lai crs,') have bccn
casl asidu to iuake rooni for " penilenlLiry rogucs"
that should bo rcclaimcd!
Wc do not mcan to eiaggfratc whcn wc stato,
ihit " tcars have HowctP'on several lalsoccasions,
whsn wcair men, wilh large f.nniliesof vight,niao
and ten pcrron, ouslcl from ollice, without aday's
nolicc, or, a genllcmanly hint the day beforc, that
thcir scrvices would no longcr bo requircd ? From
such crncltr, proscription, opprcssion and wrong,
"good I.nrd delivcr" lho Dc.uocmtis parly, who
whilcit is said, to the'victors bclonglo Ihespoilj,'
nlivnjs kcpt in vicwnndwas influcncednt nll times
by tha common feclings of humaiiity! But this is
not lhe first timc, that tho Whigs havo givcn thn
lia to thcir profesions lhe gcncral and completa
tnrn ont oftho Ihmoernlic walchmcn in ofiice, in
the city in 1832, will ever stand as a hlasting cvi
dcnce against theni. i'ii'a. Timet.

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