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ry ufreportingti ;(mi,nccuinpanied bya bill to 10. diinfl tliu ravtmno tu llio nocessary cxpcnaes of lliu (jumnniont." Tli'u biir.plo ro.iolutiun, merely lo cnquiio into ttie proprii'ty of rodiicin;; llio rptunua lu llio waata of tha gincr'iiinuiit, i drngjud from iu obsciirity tlius to furrudi cvidenco oTboslility lo n protcciiva tarill'. No cyo but llio llon. John M. Clujlun'n rould over dUcowed iu it nnylliini; liut llio mcro cvcrv d.iy urwin.iiiing rcsolutionn tiint f" oflcreil oiinflaoiHofsulijBck Nor iliil tio IIouo look upon it in miv utliur li,;lit for it rofnsi'd iis ronsi ilerutiuti whuii otlacd, and nolliiiy fuilher follow ed. liut supposo it wns nll ttiat Mr Claylon suys it was an nltcnipt lo dilurh llu conipromiso nct would that Innu ticoii llio distruclion of llio pro. teclivo polii-y? On tlio cmitrnry, would it not ralher Invc hfiMi Ihc silvnticm of il? For long bc forc tlio linal n'duclion of dutiis undcr llio nompro miso ncl lud liiUon pl.irc, llio low.'iiua foll fir aliort of llio exponditurc of tlio govi'rnriient.anil ilmvcryf.tcttli.it tlio ilomocralic admiiiistrution did mit inl.itu tlio eonipromi-io aot, :uid raiso llie dutie-t to tlio rcveuuo sl.md.ird, llio objccl of tlio iixn'.ntinii s.i cniuli!innd bv Mr Clavton. N bv Mr Olayhm iu lliis spoech imputed as a ciimo. II,,;..., ,! nmi.-Kil .ill ilin rlinren and spccili rations bronglit by Mr Claylon ngamst Mr I'oll;, 1 bP" your milnlgencn wniia i rcviu.v m u finr.j :iiul i!iini uf his (innoiioiit, Mr Clay. 1 i. , i nn.ril:n lo nrovo lliat Mr Clav lias been c x i, opposcd lo a pwtcclivo taril', or aliy liind of il ' nll, t.i r II Wiium no mucii uaficr ui jiruvu w.u 1 -v I ) been in lavnr ol all sorls ol larms, ns u v,-i l bcst snil h'npurpuios, nr gain liim ulcs. 1 ivnuw lb.it it ha been usual lo call .Mr Clay tlie "f.ilhor of the Amcrican sMcm, iiiimiiiii pro- ic.iive duiios. liut it Hnnlil be rflcnlleclril lliat such dtitics wnro l iiJ by Congrcs when Mr Clay wn ivbal bis nartiz.in l.ilolv nilcmptcil to mag. nify inln great impnrlance, but what provcd a tij; n.il f.iiliire a "niill bov of tlio Slaslics." Ilo niust luvobecu loo ynini tliou to bo tlio fitbcr of llio protcclitenut ol lSllt, or lliat m iszi, nor d;d lio otc lot tliiiin; aiui lliai oi -a, no imeriv ronudiatM. and alloinpls to piove npon llio dotno- rraH, in liia It'tler lo JJr Ilronsnn, m "liisbly ilis- oredilablo lo Amcriran Irgi.nlation." In llio fame Inltorlio sas: " I tliinli lliero h no danger of a bi-li lari!l'biiiiiL'owr ct.ilil'nlicd," and in lliat lo Mr Mcrhvcllicr claiming for liimsolf any tbing che lli.in tlio p-vloinily oflili tarilU: t'oncludcl ncxl wcch.) I'rom llii! Volrc nl IVciiIoin. .Vr H)lcomh.)cav Sir; in looking o vcr your pnpci' ofScpl. 19th I discovcrcd in tlio cditorial, that yott was informcd by a rcsponsiblu man wlio wiw in SlicrburiH! on tlio day of cleclion, that nbout elcven lialli.tiii';3 wcrc bad and thnt on thclast tliivo, tlio nieinbrf elcct votcd for hini bclf S;c. Now I do not, nur ltavo not, racddlod witli nolitics to ny groat cxtont for sovoral ycnrs but imist say that your infannei is n liar, lct hini bo whoin hc inuy, for wn did uot ballot but pix timcs, and thoro aro a dozcn incn oqually ic. ponsiblo as ymir man, ulio will mako oath that I voted'for John Johnson tlio abolt tion caudidato on thc last ballot. Andfur thcr, it was joncrally undeistood tliat 1 resignod tho ofiico oi' l'ostmastcr prior to tlio olcction and aftor tho clrction 1 inado proulmnntion to tho Ficcmcn that if thcy would voto for, and clcct, any oth crSviiig laan I would chccrfully rcsign, for I did unt want tho oHice. I ntn not in tho habit of writiiig for ncw.spapors but you will obligo mc by iving this lct tcr a placc iu your coliiuin3. kcspcctfully yours. JSi'.vjami.v Mamioi. Phorburno, Scpt. lo, 1811. Ilr.M UIKS. Tho forcoiug i3 chccrfully insci tcd, ns 1 i'ltcnd nll doniala of thc truth of clmrgcs publishcd i:i Ihis pnpcr, whcro tho uceu.?cd fools that ho is injurcd, fchall bo. lIy iiifonnant wns d'co. O. Adains,a Clcrk in thc cniploy of Ira Stcwart of Middlebury. MrMaxliam's cotninuiiica tio did not nrrivo untilthc last Voicc was iHsuud, nnd sould not of coursc go in last vcck. I lmmodiatcly wroto to Mr Ad ums furhis antlioritv for makingtho st'itc iitcnt nanicd, and iu his rcply ho told mc Iho iuipicsahm of inaiiy wni, that Mr Maxhain vjtcd for himsclf ' Jic. Although 1 hcard liim inako tho statcincnt two or throc timos, and onco icqucstctl Mr Ad ams to niiikc il so that I could notu it down, I wai so dcaf tliat I did not hcar it, or did not tindorstaiid thc word "iiu prosjion" tobn tiscil. Tlii3 howcvcr wr.s probubly his dcsign, if ho did not uso thnt word, nnd wc will lct that go a.s a inisundcrstanding of that part. I did not naiuc tho tliing in thc lirst nlncc bccau?c I supposnd thoro warf anything criminal iu it, but to show that tho Whig Pnrty in that lown had not so intich to boast of ns fiomc would rcprcsont. As to thc nuin bcr of ballntiiigs had, Mr Adanis ncilhor dcnics nor alliruis what I satd nbout it. So that inust pass ns a misiindcitanding on thc part of somcbody. Thcro i.'i a lit tle ciiiioity nbout Mr Mnxhani's lcttcr which I will touch npon. lio says, it was gcnernlly undeistood lliat hc rcsign cd the officc of I'ostniastcr prior to thc olcction tliat, ho votcd for thc .Qbolilion candidatc that ho (Maxham) did not want tho oflico of llcprcscntntivc, nnd that aftor ho was clcctod, hc oflcrcd to rc sign, if thcy would elcct any otlmr Whin man! Tho curiooiiy is, that ho phould l csign tho ofiico of J'ostinastcr just nt that tiinf, when hc did not want thc ofiico ofi llcprcsentative, nnd thnt hc bhould votc for tho Jj'ljoiy caudidnto when hc was Ktamling asa Whig caudidato, nnd last, that thc cawlUion of his rcsigning wns, that a 117k';' itinn fihouldbc electcd in his stcad.whcn hc had just said by his volc that thc Libcrli candidatc was prcferablo to nny ol'ihcothcr candidatcs, not cxccp ting hiinself! Thcro is anollicr tbing which 1 will niirnc, nnd that i, twcnty days aftcr clcction, iu forwnrding monr-y to pay for thc Voicc s.cnt to A. Johnson of .Sherburne, Mr Maxhain ftuKktd Ihe Lttcr m J'mlmtnltr! IIow long u man canofficinlo as Postmastcr aftcr ho has icsigned, I hnow not, uud would likc to bo informcd. I would also likc un cxpla nation of tho prlncijilo on which MrMax ham actcd whilo voting for a candidatc oppo.n-d to thc party which suppoitcd him, when thc onlv contlitioii ol lus rcsigning wns that a ' r bo clcctcd! Jl M'lit 'n.'fo)7.-. Willis Grcrn, ulio m now frauking nliij rpccches into New llatnpsirc, is thc sainc man who sigucd llunry Clay's So.000 Imml! C'oos Co. Dinwcrat. And Mr J. Gravcs, thc nira thnt slands at thc hcail of thc Clay clectoral lickot in Ifcntuckcy, is thc man who murdcrcd the j llon. Jonatban Cillcy, at llio bidding of Hcnry Clay Who will ndd nnolbcr! Mr Philnndcr Smitb, has been appoinlcd Tojt Master at nridgewaier, in the placc of Torcit llenry, rcmorcd from the Statc. TIIEA6E. WOODSTOCK, VERMONT. T H II 11 S D A Y KVBSISO, OCT. 10, 1S1I, rrttinia chcrr llio IIickorv Tiiec, Ia Klernm iu uoujlx Imvo sliclimd thcc, O'cr rriiJom'it soil lin briinclies wavc, ' I'wat ftanttd on llir l.lon's srnie. FOR PRHSIDENT, Plii M iQ ti ttrrti OFTENNi:SSEC, roitvicn I'ltnsmrxr, GEORGE M. DALLAS, OF JT.NNSYI.VANIA. STATC KLECTOIIATj TICKET. at i,Ar,cir., EDWARD D. BAUBER, NEWELL KINSMAN. Var Ihc Uiiiricts, No. 1, JONAS CLARK. " 3, CIIARLESG. EASTMAN. " DAV1D P.KOYES. VOTKS! YOTllS!' Tlckcu for Hlcclors ill lic rnulj for iJclivcry , ut llilt offlcc, nny llinc whcn onlcrc J. 25 CTS. A HL'.VDIMin cnslnlown. Jlnny ol'lhe Ir.wns, iit tlic hteaiale tlccilon (rc nnt provldrd wlili volcs! slrun;c ns II mn) secin. Tho dc inocracy oflhe Stalc MUtfT ioll lliuir wliole strriiKl'i on Ihc 12lh of Novcmbcr, and tliey iniwt coincqucMtly Le provldod wllli h.illols, Ordcr n full suiiy for our lown ronTiiwmi. ICTOur Uulljnd Co. Iricndi will fmd n sujiply at thc hooUtoro ol V. Il C. Siodd.ird. JtliAMC NOTr.H. for al at llila oCco, n few culrc Ll-ink nolci, cr chcap, 23Gtr t)ct. U.llll. J018 l'UINTINO:. Jo! l'rlntln? ofevcry dc(crlpllo:i exi'cuifil at tliu Anr. OrrtCE.iu jood at le nnd on ll.c lnnt termf, 2301 r isr.AMis Ofcvcry dccrlitlon prlnli'il al llio Aoe Oirici:,ln thc lieit t)lc, oa Ihc Ust pnfcr uud the mol fohl(in'ih!c t)l'C 230 If (iltAl.V Of nll Undi lali n In i) mcnt for the Aos. csotr THE LEG1SLATURE U, S. SENA TOR, &. Tho scssion nfthc Lcgis-lattirc! coiumcn- ces tlu? wcck. Wc ndopt thisoccasion ns- appropriato for a fotv suggeslions to the u'einocrnlic mcnilicrs in rclation to thc ilu tics that will dcvolve upon theni in the coursc of the scssion. The coursc pursucd by a fotv dcmncrnt- ic incinbcrs, last scfsion, in voting with thc coouson Ihc que.-.iion of placing rail rond charlctB beyoiid tlic control oflhe Lrg- islnturc has mct a disapprovnl from thc de inocracy of the Mute, so evidrnt cnd npcn ly cxprcsMid tlnt it is not leasouahlc to look for a furthcr disregnrd of thc well-es-lublished principlcs of thc pnrty in nintterF of csscntiiil political f.iith. Thoro m scnrcc a singlc phnsc of cooncry npon which n ileniocrnt cau look wilh npprovul.and ncver a momcnt when hc cin salcly abandoii ihc wcll-known track ol'lihcral principlcs. A Uiiilcd Stales Senator in to bc clcct ed, nnd upon lliisqncstion wc beg the priv ilcgc of oxprcssing oiir wews plainly. It is usual for oiir opponcnl", when dividcd to ask aid of tis nnd we Imvo sometimcs, thotirji not oftcn, givcn il. It is possiblo this mny occur this fnll. It is pnssible the coons mny hnvc severnl cnndidnti's iu thc ficld for U. S. Sennlornnd Ihnt nll snrts of nrgiiments mny be nindc uso lo indiicc the dcmncmcy tonid thcm out ofihcir dif- ficultics. Allmvusto say to the dcmo cmtic nicmbers of ihe Lcgislatnrc, no.mi n-ati: a cijia.v, l'uni:, uxnnuiiTr.n ca.vdi niiiATi: or voim nw.v, anii STAND BY HIM TO THE LAST! Tho democrnts ofthis Stnlo, lieins in a nnnorily, it is not iinconimnn to henr mn ny ofthem sny "wc cnnnol clcct n candi ilate of our own, wc hnvc somc choico bc !. .ui; -.iiiuiu.iiu3 oi mc coons let ns prevcnt thc cleclion ofthis or thnt cnndi tiaic. nniv, wc conlcnt) that wc havc nntlung to do wilh the dinsions ofour np pnnents iiotliing al all. Domocrats votc for principlcs and not for mcn, and so far as pnnciplo is conccrned.onc coon is just ouiioxioiis io tis ns nnotlipr; nnd when n " .iM.mi.1,,3 ii i owii cniniKinic t() votc for a coon hc nbnudons principh and Ku" ,,,r "''. ftiu is uinvorlliy llicnnnic of deniocrnt. Foroursclics, c hnte ncver yct been nblo io choose betwecn two 'coons at nn clcction we do not knnw now to go to work to stltlc the choice. 7i coon is opposcd lo the principlcs wc ndvocatc ;ind dccrn of vital imporlnncc Inny coon will do nll in his poner,. if clcc tcd, to ovcrlhroiv thnsc principlcs how thcn.can.'wc aid his clcction ivithout acling thc traitor to nur principlcs? Pcrsnnalliu: mny preier ims or tnni conn iwt Virn wc volc, it is from polUUal, not ptrsanal con- siderntioris. Wc aro not to know thc excrpt that hc bchonorahlc ond failhful; it is his principlcs thnt wc nrc to lake into considcration and upon the purity of those ho rcccitps our votc. This bcing true.thcn, no dcmocrat can, by tscarco n poasibility, iu nn clcction know anything nbout cuon much Icss nbnudon principlo for mcn by attcmpling, ou personal grounds.to chooso hctwccn two pohtual opponents, Thcrc is anotbcr considcmtion which wc wish to urgc. During the clcction thcrc are uo tcrms of rppronch siiflicicntly opprobrious to be npplied lo the deinocrn cy by the coons. Wc arc insullcd in thc most coiitcmptiblc manncr by the whole rnce Irmn Orleans to Reiiiiington. But tvhen an clcction in tho legislature is on haud, and sonic coon finds it cnnvenient to uso a fow dcmocralic votea, ah! we arc all prctty clever fcllows, hufiicicntly wcll dresscd and civilizcd to bo lakcn by thc haud and cvcn to appcar at a coon levce! Insiilting ns nll this is to us, ns dcinno-nts, aswicn, thcrc is iievcrthclcss, now-and-then ouo who docs not stop to consitler it, much less rcsont it. hook for a uioincmt to what inay bc tho state of thc couu camp this fnll, in thc Lcgislature. Supposo l'hclps, Sladc nnd Mursh nrc candidatcs for the Scnate is it uot a dircct insult to any dt'inocrat to solicit his votc for cithcr oflhcse ineu? Thc nienn.dastardly, and iiiigentlcmanly coursc of ihc cntirc coon dulegation iu congress, cxccpt Mr Foote, who it would sceni entcrtnins soino uotions of what bclongs to an honarnblo inan.ttv.vards Pntil Dilliiighaui, should cx-chidi-, itiid forcvcr, the possibility of anj dcmocrat ci'ri' votiii" for onc of lliom. Tliat the rntiro coon delegation, savo the lionorablc cxception vc havc made, should have coinmcnccd and cnrricd on such nn unholy crusadc agaiust one mnii thnt tliey should havc trnvcllcd out ot tlicir own dislricts nnd Inborcd nioht nnd day to dc fust Mr DiHinghain is coiitcmptiblc bcyond nll conceplion iu such lionorablc mcn as JudgoColIamer, Mr Maish, Judgo Phelps, andexhibils a dnMardly spirit.nnd nn absenco of those honornble feclings which should govcm mcn occupying their bigh stnlioiis that calls for shamc! from cvery re spcctable man, and llio honest rcscntmcut of cvcrv deinocrr.t in thc Stntc. But c- nough ofthis, now. Vp. ouly nlludc to it for the purposeof showing the tlcinocrnlic iiicnibers of thc Legitlattiro thc pnsiiiou ihey occupy iu rclation to thc prohablc coon caiulid.ites for thc Scnate and to assurc tliciii, thnt thcy can ncver Mistain, votc for, or coiintennucc the elccticn of nny of the mcn we havc mcntioiicd, witlimit insiilting thedcmocr.icy of thc'lth district nnd dis- i;racing ihenisplvcs. Asidc, howevcr, from this considcration, we wish to imprcss upon the miuds oflhe dcmocralic mcinhcrs of tho Legislature, that thcy can in no casc votc for a coon tliat it is their duly, howcvcr fcw mny bc their nunibcr, to nominnlc their own cati didate lor U. S. Sniator, somc clean-hand-ed democrai.aud voio for him up to the last momcnt of thc scssion ifit be ucccssnry; nnd thesc remarks wc thiuk should npply to nll othcr olliccs. It is only by doing this that wc can sustaiu otirsclvcs as a par ty and prcscrvc our own self rcspcct ns noliticinns. TAKE IT B0I3 '0' IT'S GOOD FOll YOU! Of all thc contortcd countcnnncos that any man cvcr lookcd npon, givo in thc Infidcl's, last wcck, ns hc was compclled to swnllow u c'osc of his own Piera. The twistifications of n man undcr ihc influ cucc of thc St. Vitus' dancc, indicalc thc cahnncss of :i summcr's inorning in com parison to thc twistings and conlortions vilh which our "prctty little curly hcad- ed bay-xj-u" cdificd thc community. For once, thcn, thc pnpcr (hnthnswal- lowcd iu lics sincc its origin, has bccn compclled to confoss its dctcstablo nicnn- ncss and own that it had givcn currcncy to falsohood nnd forjjcrv. For onco thc cvidcncc of its dcviltry wns too cvidcnt for it to nttcmpt cvcn its ustinl prcvaricn tion, or a rcsort to its undcrground coursc to cscapc dotcction and puiiishincnt. The "Koorback" forgcry, was follow cd up so closely by comiilcto cxposurc, thnt no loop-holo bcing lcft for rctroat thc miscrablc aidcrs nnd abcttors in its circulalion a'o compclled to confcss their own shamo bcforc un outrngcd communi- ly. What aro thc pcoplo to think ofthis mattcr? This is thc third lic of thc sort that the cncmics of Col. Polk havc put in circulation nnd bnckcd out of! What will thcy gct up ncxt and what dcccnt man will bc prcparcd to givc it cotintc nancc? 1)11 P1C11A M. IIENRY CLAY. DR PICRA. T nl il l.n I . . un n iiu ii-iiiL'iiiuL'rcii tnni iins samp .lA.Mr.s K. I'oi.k, who c.rurlly stamps wilh a hol ircn, his nanic iu the flesh of bis slavcs, was put iu noniinnlion for thc Pres idcncyor Ihe purposr. vf txlciitlin n'lory itnd prrpclualing Ihc riistcnrc of, Slavcry! Tcxas wilh nll its wnrs nnd dehl is lo be ailmitleu mto"our glonous nninii " i - t f . ... ihc puramonm mijcci oj nlucli, js lofur nifh a sluvr marhtl ichosc limils arr smi hj circumscribcd! IIENRY CLAY. JDOxn'r 1 JIIJYK THAT THE SMliJECT CIV SI.AVKKX UUUUT TO .1FFECT THE qUESTlUN 0.E WJIY 011 THE 0T11E11. mahtr Tcia h, i. depindinl or incorporattd in the Unitcd Slatcs, I do nnt bclicce it icill nrahm shorlcn thc duration of that institution. IIow pleaianl 'tis toico Tom and Clay agree! Coon Pyrumid Tho Picrn exhibitcd its nmnzing wit u short timo sinco iu build ing what it cnlled n dcinocrntic Pyrnmid, A fricnd has franicd n coon Pyramid to match. A CTiAY COONS MURDEll VERMONT A L G I K II S KENTUCKY F011GER Y G A MBLI N G UANKRUPTCY COONS' TAILS Wc rcad in tho Boston Allas of 21st Sopt. 18M, thnt Mr Clay fought for;wi teclion "cvcn against New England influ rnco when Now England foresight was dimmcd, and New England "oppoacd tho protcclivc systcm in .mass, through all, against all nnd has ncarly convinccd all." This mass hcrctoforo unnnimous against Mr Clay nnd his protcctivc sys tcm mct on Boston Comnion thc 19th ult. nnd gnvo in their ndhcsion tothc sys tcm of Mr Clay Mr Clay hnd convinccd ncnily nll Mr Wcbsler has gono ovcr to Mr Clay's system wilh tho rcrannnt of tho fcdcrnl party is now nll arc convinccd of tho whijr ourty. Mr Wobstcr in his spcech to this mass says that "of cvery dollar paid for importcd iron, cight wcrc paid away for provisions nnd labor to thoso pcrsons cmploycd in thc manufac- turc thc samo tliing is truo of cvery yard of Britijh broadcloth importcd into this country. A largo proportiou of thc prico of thc articlc is paid to tho fbroign laboicr, which inight us wcll bo kcpt ut homc, nnd diitributcd ainoiig our noigh- bors. Volo it not for thc duty onwhcat, nbout 25 ccnts upon a bushcl, tho Illack Sca whcat would most rcitainly bc impor tcd into this country." It thus nppcai wo should ho lcd from lorei!n nutions wcro it not thnt a provideut govcrnmcnt so guards farmors' lights as to protoct ihcm n"ainst thc inlroduction of whcat from abroad. Pnit for this sagc opiniou ofDaniol himsclf wc should cluim that thc smilcs of n boncficcnt Providnncn thc abundnnco of our crops and thc c. tremo low prico of flour in our citics, cx cludc foroign whcat from our shorcs. Daniol is somowhat confuscd iu his com- parison of iron nnd cloth which probably may bo accountcd for from thc lalcucss of his cmhracing Mr Clay's systcm nnd the lntc uhandoiimcut bv Muiuc of tho whis cnusc. Iron. Mr Wcbstor would import, nnd work it up only 1-3 of thc woith ol'tho manufacturcd niticlc bcing cxpcnucu nbrona wiuist lic would cx- oludo clolh ns ho would whcat hc cx cludcs clolh bccnuso our neighbors can supply thc mnrkct. If wc havo iron c noughin thc country, nnd by nll nccounts wc hnvc tho 1-8 on iron cnn nlso bc snvcd by n 25 ccnts tnx Icviod by thc "oncral govcrnmcnt. Wcll, all this dnnc, v.hich nll scc can bc donc, our niighbors would hnvc nll tho onsh all of cvcrv lliiii'' and nll this wilhoiit tho govcrnmcnt ohtniiiing nny tbing from thc custoins. Thcrc could ho no very grent ainount of dutics, if no whcat nor cloth nor iron camc into our porls. It would not rctpiirc thc wisdom of Daniol to toll what would bc Iho statc of thiugs if wo lookcd bcyond our neigh bors to sco how othcrs would larc whilst wo nro ninnssing wcullh. Tho farmors nt thc south must hnvc a mnrkct for their productions thoy now rnisc thingschcup ly raiso produco in abundancc nnd cx chnngc that produco with nntions who cnn nflbrd articlcs chcap in cxchangc for southcrn products. Most of nll wo buy iu foreign lands is paid for by thc peoplc of thc southcrn stntcs. If 7-3 of thc cost of ninking thc cloth cnn be saved to our neighbors thcso southcrn pcoplo must bringus their cotton wc will mnko it in to cloth and thoy must tnko cloth of us for pay thcn thcy will havc no causo to complnin of high duiics for dtitics on cloth nnd on whcat nrc to bc so high ns to prevcnt importntions. Thc farmcrs of tho west will rnisc wool for our noighbors and New England will hc the grand cloth ing martof thc Union of tho world. In- dccd, if you do not bring thc southcrn farmcrs to this systcm by-and-by cspc cialiy il l cxns should bc a part of thc Union. thcy will hc nblo tocxchnnoc their produco with nations whcre labor is ns low as it is nt tho South, nnd thngs will thcn bc made so chcap to furmcrs thnt n bush cl of whcat will buy nt thc west thrct timcs ns much ns it will undcr our pro tcctivc systcm. It is thc high protcclivc systcm that will prevcnt libcrnl cxchanges, That will kccp cloth high but not uxclude it as Mr Wcbstcr stipposes as in thc casc of whcat till our neighbors can compclc wilh the Englishor rathcr till thcv will Iu. as conlcnt with 20 pcr ccnt profit as the Englishnrc wilh six. Thc south raises vasl (piantiticst of produce thc Ennlish makc vast quatitilics of cloth all nrc rcady for barlcr wilh smnll profits pre fcring a nimblc sixpcncc to a slow shillinji modernlc prices quick salefl. "110A RBACK" WHO WAS THE AUTHOR OF THE FORGERY ANOTIIER COON LIENAILED. Thc 'coons have attemptcd to palm off thc Iloorbnck forgery upon a dcmocrat. This altempt has Itirncd out to bc nnother fulscliood. Tlio Albany Argus snys thnt the porson to whoni the fraud is attribulcd "is a coon," and upon thnt subjcct wo fmd Ihe following iu thc New York Evcning Post: "In rclation to tho Roorback fraud, wc havc rcccivcd ihp following coinmuiiication; UEU.NCSI)AV MoltM.Nfi. Dear Sir I havo been for somo twcnty ycars wcll acqnaiiiled with the niithor ol Roorback story, WillinmLiun, of Ilhncn. It is nnt true, ns statcd iu the Ithacn Cliiouicle, thnt Mr Liuii is a dpmncrat; he is and has always been a whig. Ho is a man of distiugiiishcd tnlcut, aud tho author of a good law work, "Lninbcrt ouDower," but lor niauy ycars he was a drnnkard.and on a promise of reforinntion the democrnts did clcct him Justice of thc Pcace, But he has, I believc, bccn a rcgular corrcs rcspoudciil oflhe IlhacaChrouiclo, and nn nvowcd whig during the whole pcriod. I do uot writc this for puhlic.ntioii, but you mny, on nuthority, contrndict ihe nssortion that it is a "Loco foco lorgcry." Vcry rcspectfully, yours. In accordancc with tho wish of the wrilcr wc have surpresscd his nanic, imt we mny say thnt ho is a genlluinan of high respcc inbility iu this city, whosc word is abuu dant cvidcncc of the truth ol what hc as nrts. It will be secn, thcn, thnt Mr Liim, who is givcn in thc llbnca Chroniclc ns iho originnl author oflhe forgery, is not 'a doinocrnt;' that his habits of lifo have been such thnt uo conscicntiotis unn would piiblish a stntcment almost fnlsc upon the fnce of it, on his nuthority; aud that thcielore the chnrge of fraud rcvcrts lo those, who kuowing thc circumstances could yct hnvc nnliguity nnd hnrdihood c noiigh to giie tho fnbricntion to the public. Tho Ithacn Chronicle, thereforc, is im plicatcd in a doublc fiaud. In thc first place, it was not honest to givc such a gross and disiiraceful libcl to the world, on such nuthority; iu ihe socoud place, iu ordcr to pxcnlpatc itsell and its whig Iriend ot Alba ny it hns nindc a falso rpprcscntalion of the circumstances under which thc stntcmt'iit was reccived. The tiirpitudc ol the ortu iunl publicntion is quite npinllcd by thnt oflhe subseqtiPiit npolngy. B (3 not ihU'Ai tiini (I:c tiiihjfe 2 Nlavtf.j oijfflit lo aH'crl tht; n3f4itt'i OSiC WiJV on thv nihvv. Whrthcr Tcxas bc IXI)BIE.V1)1W or incoi: I'OIt.VTUD IN THT, U.MTnn Statks, I DO not believo it will prolong or shorltn thc durulii'ii of tlnt iiistitutnm. Il is dcsliucd to become extiuct, at somc distnnt day, iu my opiniou, by ihp nperaticui of thc tiievit nblc lawsoi popuhithm. It would be 5in XVase to rcfuse n pcrmancnt nctpiisiiioii, which will cxi.st ns long us thcglobe rc mains, on .iccoiint ofa tnniiorari iihlitu t'wn. T.cllcr tu 1es rs I'crkiw tmtl Jack sim, duUd Jlshlnnd Juhj, 27f( lS-M. North Carolinn has clcclcd a whig Go crnor who is iu favor ol aunexing Tcxps to the Union. Tlic only whig clcctcd to congress iu LnuNiana is for llio rcstora liou ofTccns to thc Unilcd Stntcs, nnd poor Harry oflhe West, i3 fur nltnching Tcxns to our repiiblic to rcuiain during tlic cxifltencc ofour Glolip. Thc peoplc nrc for Tcxas nnd tho aciivc spirils, who havc tried to dupe thein are iiflouished nt their own folly Tliey have torn their fine clothes nlniosi from tlicir b.icks in their wilde.-l gc.iticiilations drprccntini' thc un ion ofTox'is wilh our country. So nutur al au cvcnt now dislurlH no one. Il wr.s amnng thc liuinbiigs of thc day. Tcxas is the land of promise the south of Iialy thc north of Franco deslined lo nmeliorritc the conditiou oflhe diflereiit colors ofour rnce. Wc will c'ncoiir readers the heuc- fit of thc cloqiicncc of of thc iiieiubcr of Coii'frcss from our dislricts iu rciMrd to Tcxas iu his latc circul nt which soniany whigs stood nghasl, ".luilgc Collimcr tlipn nninmdvprlcd on ihcnefiirioiHsRlicine of iinncxiiig Texns.as i violnttou of our iSaliouul good f.iiih, ns fraught wilh niirhief lo our iiutitution and lo thc stability of the Rciiublic, a scbciuc which wns hntchcd to uinke .loliu I'yler Picsidcul; wnrmlv upporlptl bv n sct of fpecnlators in Texinn bontls and lauds in ordcr lo mnkc their privntc for tiinesout of the public Trensnrv, nnd wns ndopicd by inost oflhe dcinocraiic Ipndprs oflhe South with inlcnt lo cMrnd Slntcry nnd to socurc nscendeiicy of ihc Slave Stntcs iu the Lcgislation of tho Union." Now thc whig cry i to clrct MrClny Inkc bnck Tcxns you perpclunie iho un ion nnd slavcry itself issoon tobc donciip forcvcr. A BuACTirt'i. I.vcinnxT o.v nir. Nim:- ti'.untii. Alr r.uiinr, llnvins mc nlcns- urc ofstnndimr by tho sidpofn Indy iu I rcmont strcct, on thc 10th inst., ns thc delcL'ntion from Vermont wns pnssing, shc wishrd to show hor rcspcct lor that noblc Whig Stntc by Ihrowiug to thcm n rich botiqurt Thc momcnt it wns iu tlicir posscssion thcy wnved it in thc nir, anu tncn lasicncu it ociween tlio wings ol the onglc thnt siirniountcd tlicir bnnncr. This bcing donc, onc of iheir numhcr ' ""eirlicItic, filih nml mountcd a cart, whirh hnppcnctl to hcA"rV !" a l',nlilical , , ' iv i i '.' , , pointnf tcw, wliatnro ncnr, nnd tnking ofl his hnt nnd bowing ii,FV ,t ,llrfn jiAR- to thc ranks of ladics in thc balconics bo forc hiin, hc snid in clcnr nnd nudihlc toncs: Rcspcctcd Indies nfthc citvof Boston! thc Vermont delegation rcccivo with livc ly gratitudc the dclicnlc nnd sicnificant cxprcssion of your npprovnl of thc coursc which our stntc hns lakcn in thc L'lent cnusc ofour country; nnd whilc wo nrc girdcd with doublc strcngth by such cn courngcment, wc bcg lcnvc lo assurc you that Ihc lovc of uhijr nrincinlcs livcs ns green in our hcnrts ns thc statc hndrtc which you scc wc nrc proiid to wcnr ncnr thcm. Allow us, thcn, ns iruc whigs, to ask your acccptnncc of this cvcrgrcen, which wc brought from our nativo hills. and il shnll bo our plcdgo lo you thnt Ihc Green Mountnin Boys and thc Bostonians shull go hnnd in hnnd ut tlic polls of No vcnibcr," Tho prcscnt soon fotind its wny to thff lady, who wnved it in tho uir, and thcn plncod it iu her bosom. This callcd out thrcc chcors from tho dclcgntion nnd a- bundnnt wnving of lmndkerchiufs in rc turns. lioslnn coon papcr. For tho bcncfitof thoso who nrc thirst ing to know and honor tho promincnt ac tor in tho aforc-rccordcd "bcauliful inci dcnt" wc tnko occasion to stntc tliat tho gcinman on "tho cart" was nolcssaper sonago thnn JlrUmas Cushman, of Wnr rcn, Brig. Gen. Oth Brigndo, V. M. DON'T FORGET That Willinm Giaham. thc man whom tho coons havc just electcd Govcrnor in North Cnrolinn, nnd whoso clcction thcy call a ECP',glonous triumph."03 was a mcmbcrof Congress in 1242, nndgCr'vo ted AGAINST thc prcscnt TnrilT! DON'T FORGET That Owsley, who hns just bccn clcct cd Govcrnor of Kcntucky, Clay's own stntc votcd against the prcscnt TurifT. Thc coons clnim his clcction ns a victo ry. DON'T FORGET That thc coons havo notninated John' Quincy Adams for rc-clcction to Con gress. tcpIIE VOTED AGAINST THE PRESENT TAR1FF. They op poso domocrats who vtihd for thc tariff. Is it light IS IT HONEST, for TAniFr jie.v to support onpman who votcd against thc tariff and opposc nnother who votcd fir it? DON'T FORGET That Mr Scnator Berricn, of Georgia, who has bccn nddressing tho coon3 in New England, by spccial invitation, also SCPDID NOT votc for thc prcscnt Tnr-iQ-! DON'T FORGET That on the pnssagc of tlic prcscnt Ta riff Bill in thc IIouso of Rcprcsentatives, August 22d, 18-12, thc voto stood For tho bill, 101 Against tho bill, 101 and that John White, thc Spcakcr of thc IIousc, n coon, and thc personal and cnn lidential fricnd of Hcnry Clav, fXvoted AGAINST nnd DEFEATED it! DON'T FORGET That aftcr thc abovc n rcconsideration was cnrricd, nnd n sccond trial had, when thc votc stood For the bill, 103 Against tho bill, 102 whcrcupon Mr Clay's Kcntucky coon Spcukcr, Mr John JVitilc, again voted itrj-NO, thus making a tio voto, and thus Jcydofcatcd thc bill a sccond timc! DON'T FORGET That on thc first of tho nbovo occa sions, TIIIRTY NINEtr-pCOONS vo ted ngainst thc bill, and that SIXTEEN COONS dodgtd llio votc. On tho scc ond voto two coons who hnd not votcd nt thc first wcrc brought in nnd voted for tho bill. ROOBBACK IN BOSTON. The lliistKii Allas has had a coufidentinl chni with Roorback, and thc rcsult is a vilc articlc ngaiust iho Irish, which it chnr ges upon thedemocrr.cy! The nrticle is nu cxact copy of the origimd xchich appcarcdin acvon papcr a fcw ycars ago, with the cxception of ihese wnrds: "Unhkc thoSwecds, thc Gcrmans, tho Scots, nnd the Engllsh," which nrc nddcd lo mnkc iho articlc lipnr thc hnrder upon thc Irish. Thc nrticle in the Allns nnd thc originnl arc hcrc ilaccd in jiixtaposition so thnt it may bo secn lo what dcspicublc mcnns thc coons will resort to kecp up their sinking cnusp. IFrom Ihe llnton Ail rrnni thc Troy Whl: icrc VH. !, I-II.) ral nu 02o Loco l'u(o CompH- 'I bo rliililtcn of big. mcnl to thc Irtfh! Wbilc old, Culholic Jttland l.oro I'ocoif in U unoiiij! Iil, llio fiozs Ihul ucrc llio fori.'in and Cailinlic viZ at n j'lnguc uaimt Nole in our rounlry, by I'liannh, li.ni" coinV inti) uM'ty insiiliniH mlifiro our Ihiiicm , bcd cliatn and i'itv fnrin of l iiip ber, oxrns ntnl l,rfcrd iippoal liicir pn juiiiris in-irnuilH. Tlio IrUh, and roligiocs peou li.iri- wlien lln-y ntriw: nnwvg lii'. nnt niiKM'j; ilirni, im, ntu ino int.i: nnd vi H'illiam Viiltt, uf New ciotts in r car nr.d cul. Vnili, mnru orn lli.in liijiii; lnnd, but hiimp llio ti"l, iIiik pi'al, iM llii'incc down in rur rtal jonilnifiils uf tlio laio xilingc nnd loin, rM: crnilir " llio inoancr "'l lii' rliildrtn of l.ig. rrt of tctirnirnN. nrd or , Ciithotic Ittlaiil.fiWwg thoni wilb wrclcli liknllip PIHMiS 'J'HATidni.M.fillli.iiiiddi VM.Itr. .r.T AS A !n a pnliliral point of I'I.A(!IT. ngifint t'li.t-iiw, wbat nro ihoy but laoli, b.ivc rnnic it nn morc mahk urAUi.t. our Iiiiiiip, bcd tliain-caiti.e." lett, orm ard Lneni!. in-troulln. I'nlikc iho Hwrnd". llin (Icrinans, tlio Scnl., nnd llio I'ng li'li. llio Iriili lirn lliey arriv ninnnj u, Ino I Dl.r.nnd VICKirS In clcar nnd rullitnlc l.nnl ilump lhoiiicUc down in nut large ill.i;ci ntnl IniviH, croilln lliu meanrrnrtoftdiciticiit fill'ns tlim wiih KLTAIII.UCArn.C.'- Such is thc coursc oflhe coon pnpcrs llicsc days me.m, low, conlcmpliblc and disgraccful to ihe last dcgrcc. Thcrc is no lnngtingc lliat contains itncctivcs suf ficicntly sevcrc to npply to such abandon cd and despcrnle wrctchcs. Thnnk for tunc, their dnys arc about uumbcrcd. IIOLED AT LAST. Sir Clay says he shall wrilc no more Itt ters! Thc ohl conn finds ihc Huntcrs a little too thick and vigilanl for him, and he has concliitlcJ to retirc to his holc for thc "bnlancc ob de tcason."