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KR1DAY M0RN1NG, SEnT.MBKR 9, l4i. THE ELECTION. Votes for Governor. WINDSOR CUFNTY. 1842, lstl. 'flmllic. rnu Scit. 'rf.nlic 1' tif . i'fitt Andover 34 72 13 2) 31 Baltimore 2G 2U 1 Itariiird 202 1S5 1 11) I lli'J t Bethel 127 153 22 117 123 37 Bridgvvater 13G 1bi2 132 l(iU 4 Cavendish 21 227 II 23 l) 13ii Chester 2IG 203 25 2J.3 180 20 Hartford 142 251 1 UH 203 15 Hartland 171 2G3 151 212 2 Ludlow 30 113 31 25 21 12:) Norwich 1S9 119 1G 191 KUi 27 Plvmiiuth 81 103 11 08 82 15 Pomfret 133 211 1 136 137 19 Re.uditig 109 107 2 77 122 17 Rochester 09 139 42 57 83 48 Royalton 70 17.3 0(i (il !)G 75 Springfield 122 331 14 100 252 33 Sharon 131 114 14 138 82 35 Stockbridge 147 144 13 129 137 8 Weathersfield 53 219 7 45 123 71 Wenon 47 92 13 32 133 G Windsor 11(1 323 7 118 237 12 Woodstock 155 C15 34 117 430 21 25G9 4323 334 227 1 3305 79!) WASHINGTON COIJ.NTV. Bnrre 281 123 8 279 12G 2 Berlin 1G3 1G0 0 160 129 27 Culis 2lG 32 2 237 23 14 Duxbury 77 G9 7 81 43 12 Fayston 93 G 2 72 5 9 .Marshfield 133 103 8 135 113 10 Middlesex 121 121 100 123 7 Montpelier 430 272 23 415 2GI 45 .Moictown 141 70 5 119 70 G Monroe 110 17 0 133 12 2 Northfield 201 218 G 2'fl 189 11 Plainfield 117 43 3 102 39 18 Roxbury 80 03 4 81 4li 10 Waitslield 87 75 4 7(i 83 33 Warren 14 141 5 55 128 12 Waterbury 215 1GI II 207 107 52 Worcester 53 57 4 53 37 22 2G19 1749 14G 2315 153'J 2US ORANGE COUXTY. tlradHird 177 103 14 160 148 21 Braintree 111 100 3 79 82 27 Brookfield 134 110 GG 122 84 74 Chelsea 2)iS 102 35 219 142 39 Corinth 231 17G 1 2:3 153 1 Fairleo 52 lifi 3 70 57 2 Newbury 232 239 22 250 250 17 Orange 110 1 '5 5 114 103 1 Randolph 215 2SG 47 217 181 149 Strafford 197 110 33 1S1 97 22 Thilfoid 217 205 4 217 194 12 Topsham 219 81 9 219 79 IV T'lnhriga 1G5 200 142 197 8 Vlrihiiu 1C6 117 2 147 125 5 V arlington ' 142 147 2 123 139 West Fniilce 87 53 11 89 G3 10 Williamstown 132 132 19 132 190 40 2S32 2313 23'2 ' 2733 22U0 138 LAMOILLE COUNTY. Belvidcrs 24 0 1 23 5 Cambridge 210 151 0 178 121 18 Eden 63 51 IG 53 29 31 F.hnore 54 43 4 53 19 10 Hvdvpaik 1G2 43 10 1 10 65 8 Johnson 131 97 41 141 G3 37 Mansfield 32 2 3 42 0 Morristown 147 107 8 IG1 51 41 Stcrling 18 21 5 Stow 205 74 29 193 57 47 Waterville 03 33 13 19 40 2(i Wolcott 105 91 2 7(i 73 8 11G0 C3G 137 1110 522 230 CAI.r.DONIA COL'NTY. Barnet 128 160 13 117 1GG 15 Burke (i3 I IG 53 131 Cabot 181 103 180 103 18 Danville 278 175 3 293 181 10 Groton 72 91 2 100 92 Hardwick 182 73 21 197 72 IS Kirhy Gl 52 G4 57 Lvndon 1S9 149 205 127 1 Newark 33 45 33 44 Peacham 110 141 10(i 137 8 Ryegate 90 97 93 93 Sheffield 80 Gl G9 G3 St. Johnsbury 141 211 I.VJ 211 3 Sutton 130 59 131 51 1 Walden 127 57 103 Gl 18 Waterford 97 110 81 110 2 Wheelock 127 20 117 29 2 2100 1S2I 42 2085 1771 Jt If'INDIIAM COUNTY. Alhcni Bratlleuoto' Dover Grafton Guilford Jamaica Marlboro' Putney Rockingham Vernon Townshend Windham Londonderry Wilmington ' Wardsboro' Stratton Somerset MtnttJOTo - 51 32 13 51 31 4 138 311 4G 90 2G5 23 91 33 83 40 83 101 25 80 73 49 91 127 G CO 129 14 123 122 IG 91 1IG 10 77 100 GO 100 82 159 t 57 139 I 212 213 31 192 251 7 05 00 2 51 '50 72 170 13 51 109 74 21 77 10 22 93 8 82 91 13 54 113 8 18(1 93 11 130 90 IG 103 113 2 07 108 I 26 10 20 27 2(1 12 I 22 17 -w nw eo-ttm ' RUTTLAND COUNTY. Benson 8 141 Brandon 150 193 CO 123 130 72 Castleton 133 233 G 110 209 9 Chittenden 66 CO 39 51 13 Clarendon 119 192 6 99 103 G Danby . 131 13G 3 118 130 1 Fairhaven 28 79 1 28 88 2 Hul.badton 32 83 4 Ira 25 52 23 43 3 Mendon 69 53 7 63 4G 1 Middletown 119 109 2 93 I2G 2 Mt. Hollv 22 188 ' II 93 83 Mt. rabir : :: : 32 10 1 Orwel 213 32 12G 20 Pawlet 1G3 192 0 119 176 6 Pittsford 137 1'3 20 124 151 20 PittfioId 27 75 10 24 32 48 Poultney 40 299 17 14 184 26 Rutland 92 282 08 82 218 07 Shcrburn 69 45 6 02 41 Shiewsbury 138 70 13G 82 I Budbiry 92 66 10 84 51 18 Tinmouth- 9 130 6 2 110 4 Wallinsfutd 17 132 181 0 wrii Z fi2 OH Wcitllaven 32 72 FRANKLIN COUNTY. Berkshire Iu,ihurgli Fairftx Georgia Richford 81. Alhani riwanlon 136 87 100 61 !)3 122 150 108 103 57 102 95 25 47 133 50 114 170 2 43 141 10 69 57 6 181 170 33 130 171 ln 218 170 151 171 RHi'RESF.NTATiyES ELECTKD. WtNIiSOrt CO. COMPLETE. ,nilou'.r,3o!o. !lownrd,fed; Bnllimoic, Williain Divi; lUrnard, Hirain .Hken; Bothcl, Thomas f. llussel; Briilgvvnler, Alvan Lnmli; Cavendish, 7.. F. Hyde; Chester, IluqS II. llenry, Hartford, i ' nuii.iei uu-n; uniiianii, uamei Dcntson; ludlow, ; llenj. Billing'ti fcdiNorwkh, Duvis; Plymouth, Lv i Slac.k; Pomfret, Gardner Wlmlow; Reading, John Wbceler; Rochester, llarnu Cooper fed;Rnvl- iiiii, jimiii i,. iiiiwmnn, sjprmgiieiu.w. ,11, ss'nip p! rrfli irnn,Z.ymnri 'jyer; Stockbridge, Fair! W. j (i iy. i lin Weathersfield, AugmlusTuttle;Wes- tnn.l. 'ltirhardsnn;Wirid?or,AllenWnrdner;Wood I stiwk, Androw Tr.vr.y, 6 democrats, 13 fcds. R UTI.AND Co. Shrrbiirii, S, W. .Mnmi; Mendon, Samutl C'lHutll; Castleton, Williain .Sanford; Rutland, l.uther J in'n.'Ia; Benson, llowaidj llrandon, .Vitliiu T. Spmgiio; Clarendon, Pliilip Ilriirs; l lii'tni'li'ii, I). II. iM'ua: liintiv, iMiiid; I'aiih.iven, II EIIN; llubbardlon, J.iiiit I li'.gg; Ira, Rnwll Fish; Middletnn, C. II, Il'trrinzton, gain; Mt, Ilolly, Baiber; Mt, T.ilmr, (, gain; Orwell, Roswoll flott iiiii ir ; Pawlet, Ilollister; PitH field, Bowc; Pitsfiird, Kcllogg; Pmiliiiiiy, Williain P, Nnycs; Shrewsbury I), T. Acl linnr, Smlhurv, .Jthtr Mootr, Tinmouth, S. II. CMi; Wallingford Jnhn Toai Wells, John il.iriliin; U I's'.liavcn, J, lireen. Addison Co. iMinn, J. Sitiilh; Bridport, Abel P. Skid'j Bris tol, II W. P.uild!; I'errisliurgli, Kecse; Goshen, Tt wh'i Cornwall, D. Sanford ; Leicester,.!. G. Per ryj Middlehury, Jospph Wiirner; .Monkton, Ii. fimith'. New llavcii, A. P. Rosone; Ripton, noncj Hali-.liuiy, F. Bump, Slioreh.iin, Kt-tit Wright; Vi'rgi'nn'iw, E. I). Woodbrige; Wcyhiidge, P. Jtwtll', ll'hiting, Justus F. Ilrown; Pantmi Silas I'oud. Washington Co. Bnnn, Leowird h'dih', Berlin, Parley Fo'tei: Cal.ii-, .t'ntinl K'enl; Duxbury, Lijman C, Tur ner; Mniohftidil, . Ilollister; l'iiyston, . C. Griirt;.i; ttetcx,l, Ilolden; Montpelier, A. I'cek; Morrlowr, J. 13. 7';i'n; Monron, 7 Mc l.nwl; Norlhlifld, N. Morsoj Plainrield, M. M. I'uiR; l!nliury, .1. SpnUlag', If'iiitsfiold, II. .Iniif; M'airi'ii, A. Cuhman; IFaterbury, . Pvvgl ii); n'orccstcr, M. I'olsom, ub. OnANGK Co. Rti.ilToril, I). Cobh; Cheliea, Leri D, I'ilas; Tunbridge F. I'tntcr; Braintree, Klijnh Flinl, i;ain; Ifandolph, Williain Ih'bard; Brad ford, .-1. Tiiylor; Brookfield, none; Corinth, 11, 'm'iff,' I'airliM", Zciuon J'urrh; Newbury, nime; Oransu, (.'. ('arpi'ntcr; Thetfonl, . II. .Vi'fj; Topvh.iin, C. ti'roir; Vcrshier, S. i'igim; M'li'.liinginn, J. L'mnry; Fairlee, Ztbiua Ilar i i'i; Williamstown, II llow. La.moili.e Co. Belvidere, Jci'l'u Shitttuck; Cainbiidge, J. ? kcr; lalet,, 1). Ilines; F.hnore, G. 11'. Bailey; llulepirk, .1, Bortlmnn; ,Iohiion, nntic; Man's fif'ld, J, llirris; Morristown, (?ro. Smnll; Ster l i n 2 . iiomc; Slown, '.. V, Lenncll; Il'nterxillc, O.'McFiirland, gain; H'olcutt, i.'. Lndd, gain. Chittenden Co, Bur'mgton, John Van Sicklcn; Bolton, L. CoU h; Williston, .V. Parker, gain; Sbelhurii, R. irhito; l.ssrx, IS. .Viinlan; Unuerhill, A'lrramort; Richmond, S 7Jow?ujj; Jerico, '.. Dlissj Colchciter; J. S. Webstcr. O.M.EAN3 CO. Barton, Harris Smith; Brownington, Gilman Iiv; Gluer, Siinlhi Grcosboio, .V. W. Seoll. Caledonia Co. Sutton, ,S'. Iiiilon; Barnctt, W. Lnckie; Burke, L. Di'nn'non; Cabot, A. U'ebsler; Danvill, M'lrrill; Groton, J. Welch; Hardwick, J. . Pojf; Kirby, A. Wi7i, iiin; Ljnilon, D, Sau bnm; Newark, A. Stodd.inli Peachain, F,. C. Cliiinberliiii Ryegate, R. Whilelaw; Shefiield, . '. ligutls; Sl. Johinhuiy, II. P.iddock; Put tor, .S'. Kulnn; Walden,'. . l'cikinx, Jt:, Watcifuid, R. Ro.u; Wheelock, . llnuUty, Flt ANKLIN Co. 1'iiiifax, .1. S, Grovc. gain; Bakersfield, J. '. Miiehniii ; llerkliire, . .S'mi'M.gaiui Fnosbursb, II. N. Itarbor, Fnirfn, ,i. S. O'ove, cain; Fair- lieM, J. Souh; Fletrher, J. Ellsworlh, gain; Frankling .'. JminfjGeorgia.L. Janes;Uighgate. X Ihrr, giin; Moiilgninerv, fed; Hichfiird, J. Powel. Sheldon, Goodiil; St. Al lians, ('. Stilphin; Swanton, J. Barney. Windham Co. Athiin, i'ii .liiilir.; Br.itllrhoro, Lafivettn Cl.irk; Hronklin, . U'hilntij; Dover, W. h'lex; 1)011111101011, Suioad; Grafton, Uliitcomb; Guilford, K, Ficld; llnlif.ix, Jamaci.l, Solo. Ncwel; I.ondondnry, fed; Marlboro,' none, Newfane, Wirr Kij;r, gain; Putney, II, II, Benton; Itnekiniliain, J. S. I'ullt'rton; &omerset, Ephiram HLt; Stratton, John A Gbizier, gainjTowns ainl, J. Mi:Shaflci; Yrrnon, F,. Ilnwc, gain; Wardfborn, L. W. Johnson; Wesminister, Joel Pirfe, giin; Whitingham, Wilmington, nnnc; Windham, II. Ilarris. Dcinocrati in itatic$. fiOOI) I1VC TO TIIK JUNTOS A sotcr ct of fellowi never lirrd llnn tlie old Jutitn at tlic resillt of tho election in Iiiii tnwn. For th'.'ii speeial henefit we givn tlie result of theii doings for Reprcscntativo: lli-nry W.Englhh.dem' 118 Billy Binwn, ull sorts, 30 Nalh.ui Ciiihing, abo. 10 tVnlti'ring, 5 A'M'in T. Chvrehill, Junto, 93 270 Andrew Tracy, 373 Tracy'i m.ij. firsl ballot, 103 Usnd up! nll itjcd up! Th.it, with llw "155" i glory enouh for one ilay! A whiggery s'ems to lake n vcry grcat lntercst in onr pertonal nffiirs, we beg leavd to xtnte, to s.ive any crrom that miglil occur lo tho ignorant, ihat it i ns unnecciury to tpell Ganiigo with twn in's ns It is iiigs with two e'n. 'I'hat tho nail of tlie great lno on our right foot, grown in horrid had nnd lltat in our ynungcr days, lometimcii tho tnt would gn hnmo with us from spcllin' school, und snnii'timca thev would'nt rot tlieir skins! Tlf. fed s thooght it would bo grand hit upon uiif lhy cnuld carry old Barnnrd. So at it they went they had it just 9 majority till th box was turned and then, Mr Coony wcnt 'into a hollow prrlty recently. You hued 'cin nut nratly boy, teazlesnnd nll. Whig of Slockbritfae,, Sharon, Harnard, AbrircA, Chester, ntJir.jtnKn, now is tho time, nnro inoro, for n " long pull, atlrongpull, ttwl n pull alloqelher." Mercury. F.Jg-g-1 aclly! A veiy fino " pull altogclher!" The liest thing we have heard of is that Jarvis' candidata wus beaten in Weathersfield.' That't too gnod! That 1840 rnsh that tho cidercrals wcra enine to inako in Windsor county Ilo! ho! conld'nt ijoitr rnme il.' THE EIXCTIO.V. The hard cidercrats are crowing most lustily a bout tho rcsult of tho election, in tho State. Lct thciii if they have inndo nnything. We have iinpcrfect returns from other parti of the State but inough to know that the fed have carried tho State by the skin of tlieir tccth. They feel n t bad ns tliough they had bccn beaten. They havo bcen nt worl: nll summcr to bringaboutnn 1810rush;and they have failed.totally failed. They have como out of tlu battle jaded, and iudiordcr, ihanking their stnrs that they nru ulivo.one hulf of them, whilo tho dcmocracy, stand logcther proud ly ns evcr, brntcn, but nnt rnuted, in perfect or der, in most nxccllent spiriti with their banncrs flying, nnd rcady for another contcsl.' 'J'hren cheers, boys! Tho cnnlest in the Statn has lieen the most deadly and di'termincd one that was evcr fuught. nnd no party EA'F.R fought so liko tigera ns tho democrats. They have disputed cvery ineh of ground, from tho beginnlng. Charge nfter chargc, from the whigs has only foreeil them hack not bro ken them. Thoeds aie glad to quit nny wny, nnd tho democrats stand, to-day, belter than they uvcr did before. They have had one set-to, in gnod earnest, nnd they h.tve hit nubly and cfl'cctu ally. But nfter nll tho"Galusha Guards" of old Wind sor county havo ilmie up thn business. This county is tho head qunrters of hard cider, nnd n "locofoco" is rode ovcr wilhout fear or fa vor. Another 1840 seiupo wns planned carly in the campaign nnd tho fcds confulently cxpectcd to sweep uvcry town fiom us. They put forlh all their strenglh to do it nnd havo bcen defeated! Wc Invc hold our four nnd g.iincd unc! and have givcn tho l.irgest votn cver polled for nny derno- cralic catididutc for Gmcrnur! So the democracy of Windsor county, tlinugh beaten ns they cxpec- tci to be, nevcr stood so wull ns at this momcnt. The lolluwing table shows the rclative gain to the democracy m the county this year, as far as heard from. Andover Bainard Bethel Bridgwntcr Chester Hartford Hartland Ludlow Plymouth Rochester Reading Royalton Springfield Stockbridge Weathersfield Windsor Weston Woodstock 5 8 20 4 18 44 17 6 13 12 32 9 22 18 13 23 15 33 There is a small loss in Pomfret, Norwich and Sharon. If, undci ull thcse cicumstnnces, thcn, we have gained iomo300 vute? on the popular vote nnil one town.we nave renson to congraiulntn our selvcs on tho rcsult. The demncrncv ofiho rnun. :y descrve grcat crcdit for :ho detcrminntion with wlnehthny havo fought tho battle. Tho fcds nro ns mad nt our gnln ns tliough they had becn beaten. They inlended to crmli "I.ncofocoisni" in windior county forcver hut nhu,' they nro like hard cider, tucktdih' Stand up now boldly nnd learlcssly! ou havo nn nimy nl somo TWENTV-FIVi: HUNDRED l -r..i.. i- . . .. . nuain oi oai,r necp up your organizalion Uccp up your counige. You wcrc never 90 woll off us to-day. Your eneinics can imvcr do so well ng.iin you can d bctter to.rnorrow llurrah.' Kep togetlier and bo ofgood chcer. SHARON CHESTER N O R W I C II B A R N A R I) STOCKIl R IDGE D K 31 O C U A C Y. EXlIiANATOKY. The whigs nsk us how we dilfer from them on tho tariffqucstion, if we are in favor of a tariff. Wc will tcll thctn. The whig parly undcrthe cnntrolofthoMnnu fncturing intcrcst nay that the fiitt and ewnlkl ohjea of a tartf is the PROTECTION of r- lain individuul inlerests, nnd that tho raisingof (Ovcnuo for the support of tho Goveinmcnt slnll be n secondary consideratinn. In other words.tln: whigs sny (y 0 dutij of to much, upon foreign woollcns nnd if anylhing nccruo to the Gnvcrii- incnt, very wcll. M' comt firsl nnd the Gov ernmont uexl! Now, nll tarifi's nmount to taxu- tion and tho inass of tho pcople, who nre the I'onsumcrs must putchase tho articlesoflho classcs who aro so well protecled that lorcign compctition is put out of tho wny, nnd they command our mar kets the democrats contcnd that this ort of n tariff, n tariff for prnlection, surh u tariff na Ihe whigs aro in favor of, will cnrich tlie fcw nt the cxpcnsc of tho many. They m- lli.it the lcgitimale and fiist objcct ol n tariff n tho proteclion of tho Govcrnment, or tho raistng of n revcr.ue to sup port tho Govcrnment and not to support indisid nals first, and then lct tho Govcrnment have what ii lefl. They say raiso n tariff for Revcnuo, for tho piolcctioii und support of thn Government firat, nnd in laying that tariff so discriminate in favor of Atncrican industry ns to givo that n suro protcntion from foreign cotnpetition. But the whigs say, lay .1 tariff for proteclion or the bcncfit nf individuals, first, and thcn lct thu Gotcrnment do the besl it cnn for il'clf. This we believo to be tho differenco hetwccn the two parlies. The democrats are and nlwit)i havo becn in fivor of a tariff but nnt n trnlj- tariff that is n larill for proteclion or which is the same lliiug a taiiffthat protects tho manufacturer first and lenves the oth er interests of tho country.togclher with tho Gov ernment to stand or fall as the thing tnay happeti Jitst before Cowper's ileath soiiib refreshment was offered hlm by Mlss Perowne, a young lady to whoni he had become grcntly altacbed; he tnildly rejcctcd tho cordial with Ihcsn words, the last ho was heard to utter: 'what docs it sigmfiy." "Slares cannol breath in England."Vtob. alily they cannnt. Wo thould think that sl.ives would be bothcrcd to hreathe in a country where Frsemen r laiod for light. U. f. Gax. Mll. HIDULK'S UA.N'K. Mr Clay hai ngain raiscd tho Bunk flag, in his b.irbacuo speech nt Lemington, and his partizens all oyer tho country follow suit. It mny not, therc fore, be cntircly inappropriatc to remind tho coun try, that it has onco had cxpcricnce of the bless ings of a bank, nnd lemind tho country also, to what class of pcrsons those blessing were mainly confiucd. A new chapter of revclations upon this subjcct, is givcn in the rcccnt report of a coinmittee ofthe Pcnnsylvania Legislature, upon certain tmnsac tione in tho samo Legislature, at ils sossion in the winter of 1810. Those tiansaclbns were some what peculiar, and yet not uncommon. 'J'he banks had nuspcnded payment (led off by the U. Stntcs Bank,) in tho monlh of Ocloberprccccding. Upon tho nssenibling of the Legislaturc.one brnnch nnd lli.it tho moit iulluential 0110, passed n luw re quiring nn immediato resumption. This wus the spirit.which nnimuted Ihat body nt ils opening.but it nll evaporatcd in the cnd. The law, requiring re sumption, was nltered into ono leeulizinir siu- pinsionfor a year, nnd in Ihat shape, it found a rcady paasagc Ihrough bolh branches, nnd a slill rcadier npprovnl at tho hands of Gov. Porter. To lcarn tho cause of this sadden nnd inexplicable change of opinion in the Lcgislaturo of 1840, a committee (ennsi-,ting of 3 federnlin and 2 demo crats) was nppointed by tho prescnt Lcgislatuie, nnd it is to their report, Ihat wo now invito the special nttuntioii of thoso who desire another regu- tator ot tno currcncy. '1 he committee say : " Tho committee commenced their hibors on the 14th of Februaiv. 1812. Thev W.wn ii ni,o. uuiiuj; inu su.tiun in iiib j,egisiamrc, nnd have examined sev.mty-three wilnusses. They rcsorted firnt, ns was lalural, lo tho ollicors of tlie nanis 01 inc uniied states, 1 110 permniient cx pcnsc nixount of ihat iiutitutinn was produced.und the vouchora ofits several ilems exlnbited. 'I'liese vouchers nre receipls of Ihe ollicers for various sums of money. but do not nt all explain tho ob ieets lo wliinh llin fnnnnv li:irl licnn nnolio.t rri...A was produeed, howcer, as aulhotily fnr Ihe cx- npnilnro nfii n.trliitn rC I l.n... n .n.nl...l r.t. ... icsuiuiiuil Ul UIU uiwiu in uiruciurs 01 .iiurcn 4, loau, in tno lollow :nr wnrils: o " Resolvcd, That n cpcciol conimittco of threo dircctoM bo nppointed, with nuthority to procccd 10 unrrisourg, unn generany 10 auopt sucli nieas ures us lliuy may fiud necessary to protect tho iu (erests of llin Imr.li." WlierL'iinnn lliu nresldcnt nnnninloit M Price, Hnndy, nnd Lewis, to coinpose said coin. mittee. The entiry of cxpenditiiresnn thu perma nent cxpenne nccnunl, madu tindcr tho diiection of .U.. !.... !. .. r.ll iiiij rwiiiuiiiive, is us iuiiuws; 1840, M.irch 31. Youcher of R. Price, Georgo Uundy, and Law Lewis. Special committee, 2lthMarch, 1840, 15,700 do 31st do 5U0 do 23d April 1840, 22,700 an 2Utli do do 23d do 69,300 1,000 99,200 Thero also appcarad to have bcen al lowed on the voochesoflhis commiltee, but charged lo nnolhcr occount in thu bank: Voucher.i of Gco. Handy, dattd June 10, 1840, VouchiTMifR. Price, L. Lewis, and G. Handy, Oct. 17, 1840, 28,800 3,175 131,175 This is ull Ihat the books ofthe bank show, viz that ccrtnin direclors, under a gencral coimnission "protect the inteiesls of the bunk," receivcd $131,175. llow it was cxpciidcd, now liere np. pears, nnd tho commiilco procuedcd to exninine tho threo direclors in person. In riference lo tlieir exaiiiination of llundv, thu commitli.'u say. " llc stated that Ihe wholo iiinount of tho mon ey expended by th.it oomi.iitleo had not paed tlirough his h.inds; but llnt cvcry tlollar 11!' wlial hedid ruceite, of which ho could not itato the n- nioiit exuclly was naid by him to Daniel M. llrod he.id iind Gcorgo W. South lur Genrge Read the suiiini siii.uuu 10 llrouiicail, 111 puisuancc ofnn urr.ingeniMit or nnderstanding with him, llial he was to receito thaUuin 111 casu sucli a law pissed in tho bank desired, That lm had also requested Jo?cph Solms logo lo Hurrisburg lo astist in the nccoinplishiiiciit of Ihe objecl, nnd at n subscquent linrinil Slililll.lt It U'.mil ,.,,.1 ll... (' II.,. .1 A cnnllrimitory ofllns statcincnt. und ulio 110 con I -- ( ( VIWU llllll WVItll Wl IJUIIII t tained nll tho inforiiialion ho possessed us to the npplication made by Brodhead of tho money, nud oflho me.ins uinployvd tn procuro tho law which wus passed, he subinitteil a number uf lettcrs rc ccivi.'d nt tho liinc. He slatcd ul.o, that he had nevur usknd or receivcd inoro parlicular infurniA tinn ns llic dHposilion made of the money, tliough he did nut pretcnd to deny Ihat ho knew or bcliev. cd, at the liinc it was advanced, that it wus for coirupt purposcs. " The other iwo diiectors, (Lewis und Price, )an- swcr in substanti.illy in the samo manncr.thnlthey do not know wlut was done w ith lhe monuy, hether they " pretended to deny" that they " knew or belieted" that it wus uscd "for cor rupl purposcs," is not stalcd, but it is hardly to be presuincd that they did. Daniel M. Brodhead, who receivcd thubulkof tho money, abscondcd from Pcnnsylvania, some iiionths since and was hcyond the rcachof proccss. The snme commiltee go back, and touch n little upon lliu opcrations of.Mr Biddlo in 1839, when ho procured n re-chartcr of his bank, by tho Lcg islalnrc of Pcnniylvaiiia. They say: "In regard lo lhe rccharlcr of lhe Bank oflho Uniied St.iles, xinno evidenco wus iiicidontully brought before thu cnmmiltec,fiom which it would sccni scnrcely to be doubled, tlrit sarr.o incans were atlempted, if nol actually cmployed, nt that time, nsduiing lhe sessinn of'1840. Tho perma nent cxpense accnunt ofthat bank, before referrvd 10, sliowa tlie lollowing cntnes: 183G. .Mny 5, Rcceipt of N. Biddle, Picsi- dcnt, 820,575 00 7, RecciptofN. Biddle, Prcii- denl, 5,000 00 10, Youcher for inridental ex- penses at llarriiburg, 1,31100 23, RuccintofN. Biddle, 8,097 60 23, John II. Wnllace.fur profeis- ional scrvices, 10,000 00 23, J. M'llvnin, do 1U.000 00 27. N. Biddle, 10.UOO 00 June 13, N. Biddle, 6,000 00 21, M. Willion & Co., Ilarris- hure, for cxpenies, 3,403 50 23, N. Biddlo, 6.000 00 $79,052 00 " llow in.my more ofthe items nf lhe same ac- cout, enlcred as of a subscqucnt date, refcr back tn lhe Irnnsaction in questiun, thu commitleo can nnt detcriiiine. They call atlentinn, however, tn tho evidenco nf Jiinathan Pnltersnn, une of the tcllers ofthe lini.k, who proves tho use ofthe suni of 8400,000 by tho ollicer, nt nr nbont thu vcry pcriod ofthe ru-clinrlcr tho wilhdrnwal of wliir.h from lhe bank was atlempted lo bu conccaicd by a enlry on the books. Itnth ofthe agcnts who np peni lo have becn cmploycd on this occasion are now deeeascd; und lo have procccded furlher in snch sn iii'tstirilion. withoat hnrinv time tn proscute it to its full cttent, did nol scem to bo proper uncier tne circunntunccs." Does nuy body, afier reading these dingusting ilisclosutcs, need to ask, what the lcaders offed crnlism want a bank FOR ? And. can anv bodv lell, what tho liard-wnrking and honest people of tho country, wanl a bank for 1 Is it to be PLUNDERED, CHEATED, ROBBED, AND LAUGIJED AT.' MR. TYLKIl ATTI113 I1ARK1SUURG CONVE.VTIOX. In reply tn a stnteinent, ihat he nvowed himself in fivor of n Nntional Bank nt the llarrisburg Convention, Mr Tyler sais iu n late letlcr to ccr tain citizcns ofN. C: " I h.tve no rccollcclion nf havinz opened 111 y lips in that body 011 any subject whatever. Inshort I do state, resting upon my niomnry.wliich is not npt to dccuive, tlial I was peileclly anu entirely silent iu lhe Convention, " I will iiihl, furthpr, that I wns nnniinatcd to tho vico Presulene.y most unexpeetedly to mynelf, nnil was wnotiy unquestioned as to my opmions. Nn ce.ndid man will dnubt the truth of what is liere nfiirined, The whole country knows, that fcdcrnlism would not permit Gcn. Ilnrrisud to nn swer any interro;atives, and that its call upon its followers was, to votc. "JTi'(iou( a tihy or iHttifort," That Mr Tyler, under such circumslances,"U'ai wholly unqueUioneJ," will lic readily helievcd. With n "General .Wum," for its Prcsidentin candidatc, fuderalism could hardly have beeu vcry parlicular with Mr Tylcr. In a lelter lo ccrlain citizen of South Cnrolina wriltcn Oct. 1810, Mr Tyler said: "I havo no hesilation in saying that I regard the Cnmiirumise law us obligalory on thu country, and Ihat i havo resolvcd, so far ns it depends on my sulf, lo carry out its protisions in good fuith." And ngain, in a lctter lo William Robinson of Pitlsburg, under dule of Octoberl7, 1810, Mr Ty lcr said: "My npinions were fully exprcsed nt St Clairs villo, und at Stcuhenvillc. At both thcse nlaces m regard to the nuestion, 'ichut is vour opinions as to a Tariff V I nnswcred, that I was in favor ol sustniiiiiig tlie tomproniHi!. "In tlicsu iews, I wns nteascd tn belicve ihat I eoncurred wilh Mt Clay and Gcn. Ilnrrison, sothal ihere cxisled n prospect, in lhe eicnt of Gen. Ilnrrison's eleclinn.thaln pur'nnncnt sstcm would bo intrnduccd, iiiatead of a fleuling and varvmg S)St-'l. The wholo malter is udmirahly summcd up in n lctter which we find rc.publinhed in tho Boslon Post, wriltcn by Scnnlor Prcston, nnnrdent feder nlist, on the Ulh of Mny, 1841, in reply to certain rcsolutions ndoplcd nt Abbcyvillc, S. C. In ihat letlcr, Mr Prcston said, " It is nnt lhe fact that lhe di.lributinn ofthe proreeds ofthe public l.inds has evcr bccn cousid ercd n whig party mcasure. "Il ii nut thu fact that, in anrjust meanmg of tlie ilirac, it comes in ns thu htgli tanll parly eilhcr sccrctly undemtnod or publicly nvowed for it is mitonous tn tliu country that, us lar as pleilg. es could bo niuilu by n piililiciil parly, tho wlii IClJwcre pledged lo the Compromiso Act of IS33. Their canilidales for Pnsidcnt and Vien President were deeply, repealedly, und pubhcU pledged lo it, nnd thu most leiiding men nf nll thu paily bound to its maiiitciiiinco bv evcry possibli! iibligatiiiu; whilo, un Iho other hanil, thu cnmli- dntcs ortlie nllier party lnr rresident nnd Vice rresiili'iit, nnil llieir innsl lending 11111I aliic pirllan (Mr Wrisht of New Vork,) wero nt ull liincs the iidvocali's nnd suppor'.ers ol iho mnit cxtravasnnt ytem of pniteclion, The nte iiftho nnti.turiir Stiites of Georgi.i nru! North Carolin, und lhe pies nnt nltiluili! of irgiui.i, uuUicalo Iho whig p.trty ngaiiM lliis ciiange. ' RXI'KXSK OF NATIONAI. IJ.VXIiS. Aceordiug tn tho evidenco nf Mr Biddle, late Prcnident nl tho Uniied Slaics Bank of the State nf Pennsylvnnia, given in his mxiIi lctter, iho seuii yearly expcnso nfmar.aginglh.it inslitulion umnun led to the cnormnus 11 111 of four hundred nnd ninc- ly two thousand sevcn hundred nnd fifry-eight dol lars; or ninc hiindred nnd cighty-five ihousand fivc hundred nud acvculcen dullnrs per nnniiin. That imineuse a 11 111 is ohundanlly sufiicient to rcmuner atu tho President aud si hundred clcrks for llieir public serviccs. Thero is good reason to belicve ihat thu onnual cxpensu uf compentating, oui Pretident, Cabinet Council, Audiinrs nnd nll the clcrks in Washington, fills shurt ofthat sum. Such as now lifi up their voiccs and cry out nl gainst tho ncccss.tay cxpenss oflho Gencral Gov- urnment.with nll tlieir might and ninin, nevcr spenk a woid ugainst tho .rxpense of inaiiitaiuing .1 na tional bank. Il w.is stited in n public paper, nbuut fiftecn monthsngo, that thero wcrc nt that lime nine huu drcd nnd forty clerks cmploycd in the Bank of Englund, nt nn avcrnge nnnual compensation ofa thouiand nounds stcrling each or ubout four mil lion fivc hundred and twclve ihousand dollars in I ho nggrcgnle. Allowing tti.it statement to be cor- rect, tho nggrcgate expciiseof mnnaging ihat insli lution cannol fall short of sevcn inillions of dollars pcraniium. What nnlion would be deslitule of such n superlnlivc blesnirtg i The insatiablc thirst for borrowing nnd Inaning paper money in lliis enunlry on usury, for tho s.ikc ufgiin, rendcrs it impossiblo to cst.ibliih 11 pcrm.i nent Nalional B.ink. Such ns would cstablish such an institution, would soon tnake it insotvent by borrowing. .Uudisonian. All praisetotlic democrats of Stockbridge. They have done nobly nobly. Let no dcmocrat in Windsor county be diihear tcncd. We h.ive all done our duty, nnd bettcr than we expcr.led. The feds called out their whole forcc to crush ui and have found they could n't do it. They have found llinttlie"GalusluGnards have gro.vu too slrong for them. Tho feds in Windsor county say thoy have gain ed. Not so, they have only got out their men. nnd in so doing have f.iilcd to como up to ihcir old chalk white the democrats have nctually gain ed that is, they havo poilcd more votes than they evcr did before.' That looks wcll. Keep her be fore the wind! Sick lltadache. Two tcaspoonsful of finely powdcrcd charcoal, drnnk in half a tumblerof wa ler, will in lcss th.in fiftecn mmutes give telief to the sick headache, tvhcn causcd, as in most ea- cs it is, by a superabunuance ot acid on the stomach. Chargo Chester ch.irge.' on Barnard on Wnre th" I11I words of Toition.' For Iht Spirit oflht Jft. THE LISTINO LAW. Mr Editor As Ihe lliird Tuerday of Septem her is near at hanil, the day fincd by the atatute for the mceling of lhe Listcrs ofthe several coon ties to averngc tho appraisal of re.il enate, as a basis of taxation for the next fivc years, I nm desi tous ofcaHiug thenltcntion of those who muycom pose thu convention to be held at Wojdstock for the cuunty of Windsor, to lhe propricty and im portanco of a close and ttrid scrutiny inlo tho several valnulions of real cslate of this county. I would not impusn the motives, nor dislrust lhe capacily of uny nne that has becn empowered to nctnsa lister. But to crr is human, and there are reasons why the examinalion of lhe appraisal should be thorough nnd minutc. For tho nextfivo years the tnvvns nre to be nsscsncd in their corpo rale cnpanitics for lhe State und county cxpcnses, for the iiitercst and perhaps principal of lhe State deht, nceording to their several valuations; nnd thesR valuations aro mnstly made up on real estafe' under Iho new listing law, It is then just nnd cquitable Ihat thcse uppraisals should be equalizcd ns near as pnssible; nnd in dniug this I upprehcnd lhe convention will decm it ncccsiary lo mako iomc alteintions at lcast in tho lisls that will be presentcd. Perhaps ihere never was n time when men evcn ofsound disciiminating knovvledge and upright in lcnlions would be more nt vnii.incc in their vievvs as lo lhe value of propcrly, eilhcr rcil or personal than the present. This diversity of opinion, tliough honeslly cntertaiiied must noccssarily produce un equal resulls: lhe natural conicquence of n long depression of businciis ofulmost eveiy kiud, and' lhe consequcnt filling in priccs of ogricullural pro ductions. I nm nvvnre lliat thero will be nequality in the valuation of what liltlo personal properly that is li.iblc to be nsscsscd, butthis the convention cannol reach; yet I hopo this consideratinn will prompt to grcater diligcncc in coi viclicting what does come within tlieir jurisdictinn. It is nnt within my knovvledge that there eiiits grcat and striking incqiinlilies in the appraiinli of many ofthe tovvns in this county; but 1 do ssy thnt in one town nt lcast, and that not a vcry un impnrlnnt one, that both tho personal and real cs tale is vnlued from 20 to 25 per cent less than in somo other tovvns, nnd less by one fourlh ihan in one oflho towns ndjniiiing. Some other parls of tho county may be 119 low; if it is so I have not learnt the fact. It is conjcctured thnta very ueal Ihy ani infiuential indiridual of ihat town has excrcised un undue influcnce ovcr the minds of thu Listers. Ifso il is much to be Inmcntcd, nnd I irust Ihat town will reccivo n leasonable rebuke from lhe convention by a doom ihat will equalize it with its ncighboring towns. It is a law of nature ihat wcallh has its influence nnd ils povver; buf we should suffer no man or rombination of men. however vast tlieir nosiessions, to gain such an us ccndency over public opinion as to bend it to busn nnd sordid motives, or control it for niuister nnd sclfiih purposcs. It is truc that ns regardi iho intcrnal expcnses oftho several towns it inuttcrs not vvhether lhe val uation of taxable properly bo high or low, provi dcd it bu cqual among the iiihubitants,but our Slate und euunly cxpcnics uro r.o inconsiderablc sum; nnd thcse nccessary burdcns should be borne e qually uccordlng to our mearis; tliough incqualiiy lo somo exlcnt must cxist, yet vvheiiever it can be corrcclcd it cerluinly should bc, nnd 1 Irutl itvvill be. That the present listing law in snme parts is de. feclive I think must be obvious to every roflccttng miiid; and il will undnubtcdly be revitvd, pruncd nnd shapcd to mcel thn wunts and condilioiis of lhe pcople, und nllitnutely become prodnctive of lhe greaicst good lo tho greatest nnmbcf when nd ininislucd in its truc spirit, Tho basis, lhe ground vvork of it is rcpuMican; in inain principle, that of asscning tho re.i evrncr and allovving a ict off for bonafide indcbledrvess H well enough, prnvided if can bc sufficiervtly gunrdedngaiiiitfiuuds. Il needs tho coinbincd wisdmn oflho mnst c.indid, reflect ing und iiitulligcst p.irt of n fulurc l.egislalure lo perfect it,und niako it nccuptablo to un vnliglitcn ed coinmunily. ToconcluduMr Editor, permit me lo say that slsonld ynu deem this vvoilhy of publicntion, nnd inscit it in your next number, you will obligo onc who lus no olh.tr vievvs in furnish ing it hut to proinote tho ends of justice , nnd fur lher the desigm ofrqual righ'i. Bcing a plnin cnmmnn larmer and unacquainled wilh vvriting fur the press, I regret my inabiliiy to do that justice to tho subject thnt many olhcri mtght. A I.1STF.R. Sept. 3, 1842. TIIE Cr.lY llAltllKCCE The Athens Courier liits off lhe Clav barbecue in admirable style. Near him: Ofull tho dinncrs we have heard of lutcly, thero is nbout lhe late uay uinner near Lcxingt'in lomclhing more ludi crous, more vain. inoro fooliih. nnd more eiirav. nganl, than nny thing we evcr read of, licaid of, or cver saw. Only think ofa " white Virciu !lei- fer," imporlcd frnm Encland for MrClay'sdinnet at a cot ol $600. Waslhcrc no Kentucky becf suilable for Ilarrv of iho West? .Must ho needs be fed on Britiih bcef? "0! the roast beefof old Fnelan.l." Ilm -c . much more palatable wns it tn Ilarrv. tlmn nmt r D f.it Kentucky bccff Kentucky bcef was tooeom mon a dish for tho Grcat Wesiern. An Imporled "white virgin licifer from England" was a rare dish, nnd the only ono suitablc for Harry of thn West; nolhing lcss will suit him, The grcater portion ofthe company, however, had to dine we presume on Kentuekv beef. Thern nnt enough oi tho "vvhito virgin licifer" from England, 10 supply the wholo company. Wundei f ihere was any of the " virgin heifcrs" ol Kentucky slain for Ihat grcat Clay dinner .' Virgin beifers must mako good becf. " The fit is so white, the lean is 10 ruddy, Tis a vcry fit subject for Harry lo itudy." The Whi! nromiseit ilm vvorkln? neontc of lh U. Slatcs, " roasl beef and liro dollars a day" if Gen. Harrisnn vvai elccled. This promise of roait beef was only inlended to bo fulfilled with a fa vorcd fevv. Dinncr nnties havo been int un in divers placcs by iho whigs, but the favoied few onlviret the "ron.t bicf." Tho "twn dnllnr. . day" is also cotined to bot a fevr, and thoia few me ican nepay nemociats have been tnrned out by eore, to mike room for huogry whigs."