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' ''. .- . . ''sðitgrilevetterte, 'developed by late e anA albs fifteen million' received ly
; .: , . - vent., fobs lidded to those shiekl have the collector of New Yotk alone during
,ç' : .. !ea tremor occasions ofTered,-when eub- the prenent year, the averege amount
1 t -, .- 4.': mining to your letter knoseledge and held by him, -subject Iv -drift dunes
r i, .: ;-,-;''' diseenweent the propriety ofeeperanng each week, bee betwiess 7thaa belt a
Z - ..' ' the custody albs public money from million. - --z.- .--, , ' .'
-1 7,t salting-institutions. ''Nor Lae any The ease end oefety'ofthe Treasury
1 ; - .1 .-thiogectuvred to lesem in my opinion, , inIeepingtbe public money, ere pro.
. t.,.' - : -: title force-ofethat bee been heretofore I meted 'by the application of its ewn
1 1' . ,urged. Tim only ground on which that l dreflo to the public clue& The objec
4 1 . -custody can be desired by the banks, 1 tien arising miming them too loftg
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I i , . is. the profitable ast,whic.11 the)? mil outstanding, might. be.,obviated, AO
11 'snake of-the money. - Such sise week!. they yet madato , afford -to merchaele
would be regarded in individual as II and banks holdmg them an equivalent
li 1 - . 41reaell of trust or a crime . at great lot epecie, and in that way greatly lei..
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. magnitude, suiyet it may be reasons. son tbe amount actually required. Still'
1 t. eblydoutstiid whether, &at or lasts il-ia less inconveeience will attend the re-,
' . ant attended with Mr. anteehieanne -quirement of specie in purchases pf
i , , , -.consequences, when peritsitted te the public lends.- Such purchases, except
. . .. ' . tformer than to the latter. The practice when made en speculation, are, in gen
. ' ; of permitting the public cnofiey to be eral, but single transactions, rarely re
sod by its keepers art here, is believed ; pealed by the same person; and it iis a
. ' - . to be peculiar to this country, and to fict, that for the Not leaf end a belt
' - -,4exiet-acarcely eay vhere elate' To 'during which the note of sound banks
t .- ,- z ,',procure it bore, improper 'influences have been received, more then a mois
-are appealed to; unvileo connexisue are 'my el-tbeso.paymente has been melee
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: . ..---- established between the Government 1 tardy made in epecie, being a larger 1
1 t '''' Ithiettat minima er Powerful State in- fpropertion than would 'have been re-,
;- -- : solutions; other motives than the pab- ..quired in three years under the gradu-1
. , -''. lic godd anebreught to bear both oo Alien proposed. . .
; - . N ,the 1 Gout i ve and Legislative xlepart- it is moretivet a principle.than which
iir --'0ineete,,and selt4sh combinatioes, lead. rione is better lettled by, experience,
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I - -------?...'mftolveeeititlegtelatiett ere formcd Mettler Supply of the. precioue. inetele
'.'''Z'' .- it is made the interest df -banking in- will alweyele found adequate to the
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t . ''''t - zötituttotot and their stockhelders through eses for which they are eequired. ;They,.
, . - - ' out the Uoion to use their exertions fee abound in' countnee where co other cue,
,. ' - 'N-the increase of taxation and the eccu- rency is ellowed. In our own States,'
,'',,.'. '. mulation' of a eurplus revikue; and, whore email notes are excluded, gold
1 -'' , -1 while an excites is-afforded, the Mena and silver supply their place. When
!,. ---. -. are furnished for those excepeive items' driven to thew hiding places by banks
I '' ''' which lead to extravagant trading and suepentrione, a ;little ' firmnees in the
t, - -,.,
);,-;'. ,,,, A-speculation, and are the forerunsere 'of community anon reitores -them . in a,
t ,..s a vast debt abroad, and a euepension aufficient Attentity foie ordinary perpo...:,
I'l ' - ,-of the banks at lime. . -. see. Postage- and other public dues!
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4. Impressed, therefore, -as I am, 4w' ith' have been collected in cow, withoutee
t'''''. -AIM ' f h f d of the Ggv
- , , , prepriety o I e un e rioue inconvenience, even ' in States
i,.. . .ernment toeing withdrawn from the pri-, where a depreciated papercurrency has
',, '., - vale use uf either blinks or, individuales existed for years, and -this, with the
4:;,:,, --and tha public money kept by duly ap,.. aid ofTreasery note for a part of The'
i', . ,- 2. .rillointed public egente; and believing, es time, .drale done without interruption du
',f '.,'. -- :, I do, that such sibo id the judgement ring the suspension of 1837. :At the:
t,'.;,, ,.. - which discussioa, reflection and eslic- present momentobe receipts and die
' ' , rienoe have, prottmed cm ðlie ,public bureementa ) of the Government are
,v, , mind,1 leave-the subject 'with you.' made in legal corrency in the - largeet .
, ,, tit is, atoll events, event:al to the in.!: portien of tbe Unionno one suggests
...- ' .--teresteel the community and the ture; a departere from-this pule; and if it tan,
1 : ,inese or the Government:, that a deem., now be auceeeifully cairied out, it will:
, ,., ,ion skated be made- be surely attended with even lees dif4-
.$ ' Mostof the arguments, that dissuade ficulty when bank notes are again re.
,,:', ' -. 'hue from-employing hanks in the custody deemed in specie. .
, .ana dielensement of the patio money Licked I cannot think that a serious
' , - -,,apply.eith twat force to tho receipt 01 objection would any where be raised to
e , --their notes Tor vulgic :Ages. 'The dilv the' eoceipt and paymeat of Aoki and'
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.!-,' -'d female is Anil" io form, In-oevinstance silverin all page transactions, were ir., ,
,' 7. - .:tne Government is a creditor for its del' not from an apprehension that a surplus
,Y 1, - tposites, and in the other for the notes it in the Treasery might withdraw a I
:" ' kholde. 'They-afford the tome opportu- large portion of efrom circulation, and ,
' ,", - -- -rnity fe. tiling the public. moneys, and lock it up unprofitably in the pubhc ,
. t, - r.' equally !emit all' at; evils attendant vaults. It would not, in my opinion, be ,
,voit it, sincealank can ao safely ex-.. difficult to prevent itch an inconveni
'lend ole dircoutea.ea a deposite ofitt;- ence from occurring; bet the authentic
it' ,..' rnotes-Sti the bend ora publizelficor RM.' italements which I have alreedy submit:
4' :1 l'Oe eee 'eaaq a -init, nwin 'mite. On left to yocein ,regerd le the actual a
,., mho other hatid, it would give to the mount in-the public 'I.usury at any.
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'Government no grea,er stecurity; for, in one time during the penod embraced in ,
' --,-catio 1411041re, the cloins of the. nottet: themond the little probability of a dif
' ,- ' , thelder would be-no batter, than that or ferent state of the Treasury for at least
,t' a depositor. some yeare to come, seers to render it
1 , I ant aware that the danger of incon- unneccessary to dwell upon it. Con
reenience to tbe pubtio-and unrealonable vets, moreover, as i have before ob'.-
'' 4Preettege toPon mind banal have been,- 4erved, sal in every year have an op.
",, ",-.4urged ea. objection, to tequiring the' poðunity to guard against it, shonld '
''.1-,.. !- qtaiment of the -revenue in gold and' the occurrence of any circumetancee: ,
'- ' -tinker. These objection; have been ead u to apprehend injery from this
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,,,,,-, , I greatly exiggerated. From the best: ',coerce. --- Yiesingthe subject in alt its
It ' -estimAtee we may safely fix the amouot: sweetie. I cannot believe that any pen.
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4i . , ref speck) in the country at eighty-five.,
'1- ,,. v million-1i of dotter, and the pertion el
4,, . -.that whir,11 -woold be employed at am
4. ' -setae ttme in the -receipts and 'diebtiree
e. meats of the Governmeot, even if the
" , proposed change were made tat once.
,1 ,' weeld-notoit-ievrow,After fuller ioves--.
'' tigation;believed, exteed friar or five'
,--,4 ,. v-millions. 41-the change weie gradual,
.-' ' 'several years would elapse Wore that
; .,esm would be-tequired, with anneal op'
''l . tportuttittes, in the mean time time, to
.... t tt alter the tie, -should experience prove
r, ----v-tt to be oppressive or inconvenient. The
4ortione of the -community on whose
','t business the change would immediately
r -- -.operate, are comparatrvely -email; 1)Of
,,t, 'de it believed the its effect would be in
,'i . -i the least unjust or tojurions to 'heti.
. t 4 the payment of dolma, which
,constititte,by far the greater portion ot,
:if -the reveomte, vvery large proportion ii.
tiv .derived froin forergn commision homilies
,and agents of foreign MROUrtiettiretl.',
-1- ',who sell the goods ceosigned to them,
,, ; s wgeeerally, at teetionrand after paying
4' V ,
- ,, Abe duties oat of the avails, --remit the
:, , -vest abread in specie or he equivalent.
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',' 14., . i'hat the amount of-duties should, in
' '''-',- - --such eases, be also retained in . specie.
--- tl. tan hardly be made a matter of con).
'''''' ' .J.p" taint, Our oven importing merchantb
' r-' -elopeitem the residue of the duties it.
,-', ---.-11, .psideere cot only peculiarly interested
r,,:- -..:' tin maintainiag,a sound currency, which.
.- ,. the measure in-question will especially
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,..',,; , rh 1 tpromote, but ere,:from the nature cif
, , : ,Their,dealings, best.able to know when.
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" -'"; 4specie will ba needed, and'to procure it
-- ,, -with the least difficulty -cc; sacrifice.
' :- '' ' it:Residing, too,. almont,univerlialif in PII-.
k;:, i,:: ;,. 411 fitSil where the revebue is received, sad
, t, ' Aaddkiltv.s; the draftiltsed by the Govern.
'1.-::.'lmalef,liii'-'"ANV4,, ieburserbeete must ..epo.
N.-4. ,''.-:'' ''" '.. -. : 4..f have . every opportunity
:,r.all klndI ' catot-ti hem in place of-ape'n't,tbarau.ineo.v."ww.lulhi5h4
or their interest or con
----No- - . ;,, , 0 number . IX thews
' hvvoqr t litiewthey may afford
VilðiOntpidity with which
t Ile ,.
lt. -jormic) from the
lidl ,30thil,millione of
a afto ---to;A RP ,....6.-.
4estint to ilistrernydyi hut in addltitm to this,
-oaun.it, atter pest experience, bring myself to
think-that ktait.any helm be extensetely le.
girded es effective rot svelte purpose. The
history of duo late National BankAhrough all
ita mutations-shows that it was oot wt. On the
4eistrary, it may, slier a canal oonsi3oration
of the subject, be 1 think, safely stated. that at,
I every period of bauking excess it took theleadt
' that in 18IZ, sod 818, is 1823in 1831,4nd
183t, its vast expansions,-followed by disbars
ing oentractions, led to these of the State-institotiens,
It swelled and.maddene8 the titles of
the banking systole, but seldom allayed, or safe
iv directed thew .4t few periods only was s'
salutary control exercised but In eager des'ith
on the smarmy, exhibited for profit an the first
Place; and if, allerward. its maisuros were es
-ter epecie, and in that way greUtly lei.- Pkicet and it, atterwam. us measures were es
!ere towards ether institutions, it wasteuse
sea the amount actually required. Still'",h1 own salitteempelled -Rio adopt them. It
less inconveaence will attend the re-, did net clitrie from them in principle or fo '
luirement of specie in purchases pf ite measures emanated from the same tsnpiritrrn'of
public binds.- Such purchases, except' Pio, it felt the same temptation to ovevissues,
it sufferettfrom, and was totally unable to avert
when made en speculation, are, in gen- those tisesetab laws of wade, 4ty which it wu
eral, but single transactions, rarely re- roll affeciitoedn,eartalblyeawlithddiem, tend at taut on
;pealed by the same person; and it IS a
eial, that for the tam leaf sad a bait ly by extraordinary elerrYtionTtriottwtals imsavmede ;et
that attended the weakest institutinon lint professed
I during which the note of sound hanks
i ally with o.
have been received, MOM than a moi tli suPervire. in 18:r1 it faded' equ
thus, in redeeming its notes. though thetwo
lelyel-tbese.paymente has been melee- years allowed by its charter for that purpose had
Its-rill made in stpseis, being a larger not expired, a large amount of which remsius to
fproportien than would 'have been re- Abe :present dime outstatiding. It is true, chat
..quired in threeyears under the grade
1 Alien proposed. .
it is moreover a principle,than which I
having so vast a capital, and strengthened by
the usc of all the revenue' of the Government 1
it possessed more power Lut whil I was it: ,
se f, by that circumstance', freed froemith
none is hetter.f settled by experience, ire! whieli all hanks require, its paramoLnnoills..
ject and inducement were lea the same,to make ,
that the supply of the. precioue Metall, the most foPits stockholder not to regulate the
will alive-ye-he found adequate to
. the currency of the conntry. Nor has it, as fares
'uses for which they are required. They. we are advised, been &Ind to be greatly ether.
abound in' couetries where eo ether CUP:. wiseelsewere. The national character given
rency is allowed. In our own States,' to the Bank of England has not prevented ea.
Incisive fluctuations in their currency, and i pror
whore small notes are excluded, gold
and silver supply their place. When totriiceehpluollte'darogrusgeenesolosa efeerzercoief
driven to their biding places by banks a century. And why should we Input itr to be
suspeneiens, a little ' firmnees in the therwisel A nail nial institution, though de
a, srilving its charter from cdifferent source than the
community anon miter. lhein in pilotph:inks, is ) et Constituted am the same
inefficient Auentity foie ordinary purpo-,( I , is conducted by. men equally expos
sea. restage., and other public dues' ed to temptation, and is liable to the same dia.
asters, with the additiona.disadvantage that its'
bave been collected in cote, withoutee-'
states dmagnitude occasions an extent of confusion and
rious inconvenience, even ' in it!sattriteustsiownehiccoh ilie mismanagement Of smaller
where a depreciated papercurrency has
existed for years, and -thie, with the be d oubt ed that; d i en rtecPernt su:pe. ri 121 i'em8nOrtehreneft'
aid ofTreasery note for a part of The' nited States Bank of Pennsylvania, of which
the effects are fett not in thaeState alone, bat o
time. -tee dune without interruption du If the Union, had its origin in a course of
ring the suspension of 1837. tki the
o n snilmdmt lei en rnne diewnhoilegiotowdates alsnoantizal in
present moment, the receipts and dm- 'mini
bursementa ) of the Government are posing that the same consequences wouirlunrit
have followed had it still derived its powers
made in legal cnrrency in 'the larettst
---- 'I II general Government. It is in vain,.
portien of tbe Unionno one suggests rem le influeaces and Inpulses are 'the some,'
a departurnfrom, Ibis pule; sod if it Can, to look ,for a difference in conduct or results.
now be succesifully carried out, it will' BY ouch 'crudites we no, therefore,but increase
the mass of paper credit and
ha surely attended with even less (ht..- psper currency,
ficulty when bank notes are again re.. without checking their attendant evils and flue.
tuatione. The extent of power and theiellicien
deemed in specie. . cy of organization which
Lideed I cannot think that a serious soin we give,-s0 far from
g beneficial, ate in practice ' ' I '
objection would any where be raised to ferbee They mren'gthen lite gain of depen
dance throughourthe Union, subject all parts
the' meeipt and paymeet of Aoki and ' envio.tre cberattely to gleommon disaster. and bind
silverin all public transactions, were ir, imecetructilye,iiiineithaejriant idniseteencde
not from an apprehension that a surplus to thYose ofoullirticrecne
in the Treasery Might withdraw a to I foreign power. In a word, I cannot butnbe
lieve that, with the full understanding ot the
large portion of itfrom circulation, and
oripeen7tihons of our. banking system wit iell.expe
lock it up unprolliably in the pubhc
poesedeetoltd uceresda.t rounh loicr saingairntlitistilletss,
mite. it would not, in my opinion, he op
difficult to prevent euch an inconveni- purposes connected with currency Ilan; co:
mom, than for those connected with the fiscal
ence from occurring; bet the authentic
operations of the Government.
statements ilia I hove already submit s
,1,(1 to y oil, i n legord to the woof o., l'et the commerse and currency et the von.'
tgatilertaitUnkfrilerilvitialli2 &rondos operations of the'
mount in 'the public Treasury at any 14 tizoir rimoet nal. oughtlinaovet role
one time dering the period embraced in overlooked. 1
themi.and the !dile probability of a dif-' lloodot with a depreciated paper, which it was
evidently the design of the amen, of the Con- ,
ferent state of the Treasury for al least agtrietusetiotonictooifriirevent, when they required Con
some years. to come, seeni to render it anodnewybeanndtheryexteu
anneccessary to dwell upon it. Con- foreign coin,'
vets, moreover, as I have before ob- 'meta money, emit bills of eredit, make'atnev
thing but gold and idly& a
served, will in every year have an op. tender in paynient 0.1
2 nr 'mama arm law irnnairing tha nhl;tfrin
'1""' ..1" 1" v'11 :'"1 ""''' '." -1.- debte ' Cr time any law impairing the oblige..
portunity to guard against it, shonld non otf contracts.' It' the) did not guard snore
the occurrence of any circumstancees expticitly agaiust the present state of tangs, it
mut u to apprehend injory from this was because they could not have anticipated
that the few 'nuke then existing -were to swell
source. -- Viewing.the subject in all ita
to aii entent which would expel to so great a de
iapectir. I cannot believe that any pen..
gree thirgold mid silver, for which they had
od will bb Mere auspicious than the provided. trona the channels of circulation, and
present for the adoption of all measures lill them with a currency that debate the ob
Picts they had in view. 'The re
tiecesserst to matoteie the sanctity of' medy fot thb '
must chiefly rest with the Suites from white.
no t wit engagements, sod to id in ee- le . 1 . . .
gis ation it rias sprung. No good-that might
curing to the oommunity that abundant accrue in a particular case from the exorciser)!
4upply of ihe precious metals OA add', powers, net obvimsely conferred on the Gener
al G..yi t linientovonht authorize its in ter fe ram:
so meek to their prooperitY, and gives
or justify a course that might, in tLesliehtest de.
Auch increased inability to all their deal
giee, inerease, at the expense or the States, tie.
power Of the federal authoritiesnor do I doubt
In a country so cemmercist al 011111, banks that the Status will apply the remedy. Within
in some form will ,probably always exist; but the last few years, events have appealed to them
this' serves only to render a Ilie.M0f0 incion7 too staoagly to be disregarded. They.have seen I
bent on us.notwithetanding the d i courage nent hat the Constitution, though theoretually ad.
ef die past. to strive in our respective stations to
hems! to", is subverted in prantket that while on
mitigate the evils they produceto take from
them, as rapidly as the obligations of public the stanite hooks there is so legal tender but
!kith and a carotid consideration of the immedi. gold and silver, no 11TV impairing the align.
Ste interests of dm community will permit, the tions of contract ,, yet that, in point of fact, the
unjust character of monopolies, to cheek, so far privilegen conferred on banking corporation.
as may be practicable by prudent legislation, have made their notes the currency of the coon
these temptations of interest and thoso opperto. try; that the obligations imposed by these notee
nities for their dangereus indutgence, which be. ere violated eerier the impulses of interest or
set them on every aide, and to confine them convenience; and that the number and power of
strictly to the perfurnienee of their paramount the persons connected with these corporations,
dirty, that of aiding the operations ofeommerce, or placed under their illfillenCe. give them s
rather than militating their own exclusive ad- fearful weight when their interest is in ooporli ,
voltage. llieseand other inilutary reforms may. non to the 'phi' of the- Constitution and laws .
it Is helieved, be accotnplished twithout the vio- lo the p mole it is immaterial. whether these re ,
Wiwi of any of tliereat principles of the so- sults are produeed by open violations of the lat.
end contpact, the observance of witich is Mobs. tor, or by.the woiltings of a system of which '
pensalde to he instance, 4IT interfering in any the result is the same. An inflexible execution '
wRy with the turefid and profitable employment even of the existing etateters of most of the
of real capital. States, wmild tedrete many evils now endured;
institutions so framed have existed and still would effectuatly show the banks the dangers
exist elsewhere, giving to commercial inter. of mismanagement, which impunity encourages
covert all neceuary ficiluies, without inflating them to repeat, and wotild tench all corporations,
or depreciating the cuttenoT, Or stimulating the useful lesson that they are the subjects of the
speculation. 'rlius accomplishing their tern.. law, and the servants of the people, What is,
mairrends. theY have gained tiltloured guaran. still wanting to elf ct these objecte must be
tea (Ur their protection and encouragement in Rought in additional legielation. or if' that be in.;
die good will of the community. Antong a deplete, in web further constitutional grant, or
people so just moors the same restillectoultl not restrictions as may bring us back Writhe path.
fail to attend a similar course. 'rlie direct su , from which we have so widely wandered. .
pervieion of the benks belonge, from the nature, In the meantime, it is the duty cif the Getter.
of ourGovernment, to the ages who author. al Government to co-operate with the States
ize them. It is to their' Legislaturcelhat the by a wise exercise nf its colistimional powers,
petite must mainly looklor &Wen on'that sub. and the enforcement of ta exist int laws. Tito
pct.: But as the conduct of the Federal Gov,. extent to which it i ny de so by further enact.
ernment in the nustegement 6f its revenue hu mente, I have already adverted to and the wis -
stise-a powerful thalughlees immediate influence dam of Congreits may yet enlarge them But,
upon them, k bemenes our duty to lee that a above all, it is incumbent upon us to hold erect
',proper directioniis given to it. While the keep the principtes of morality and law, cronyism?),
tog at tha public revenue in a separate and In. executine our own coutracts in accordance with
dependent Theasury, and nf collecting it in gold the provigions of the Conetitution, and thus
and silver, will have a salutary infinenee on the serving as a rallying pnint by which our whole
(system of the piper credit with which all batiks country may be brought back to that safe and
are connected, and thus aid Awe Meters sound ,ored standard. ,
and well managed, it will at the same time sena Om penpte will not long he insensible to the
sibly check such ea sr . otherwise, by at once extent of the burdens entailed upon them by the
withholding the means or extravagance afford. false optem that has been operating on their man
sd by tha public fundsand restmining them from guine, aneigetic, and industrious character; nor 1
excessive issues of emu which they would bs to the means necessary to. extricate themselves
continua!, called upon to redeem. from these embarraesments. The weight which
I sm aware it has been urged that this control presses upon a large portion of the people and
mi be best attained and exerted by means of the StaWs, is an enormous ildlit, foreign and do.
a National Bank. The constitutional objections, mestic.. , The foreign debt of our ,Statee cu.
which ni.e,weli iterLoclo.... azitertai,n, wptild poratirmi.snd !fien.uf.business, can scarceily ba
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(miring snore,lhan ten millions 4AMors a Y0er 'great and radical ,fritrtot but it M tk or,riuiósy, tor the lima ilf interity Iva ,.. .
4 ,.- ...a
to pity tthe interest. Alia sum ha to be paid out I crowning metit afoot ineCtlitionel that be awercled hint by lbw tsibeeet. .. ,:,:..q.,5i..., .., r
of itiolispopio of die onuntry, and must of nen- .
wieced eryrrit..; -' -
bey erenti and novrish ia the oast Ca. , Ir119 ittrattS neat hie been perflarefil'f-,:!4' I. '. ' :
essay tut MI itnpona to Mat extent, et plunge i
die country more deeply in debt from year to jerky 'of our people, it diapositive 'env anifitein Mateo pobartasioduart.67,16: cribb:1414,-. ? ,...;.,- -, 11
tear. ,It meaty its we that the biomass et this a power peaceably le remed) abased:. wreak rengenees Olen uposionotencoo : , , .;- '' ,
foreign debt mum itsgment tha annual demend
' false praitiotatt. pleasedand sidemnyiariglitit. ',.: :f .'
on die Deportees .pey. the intetist, and to the: which heel td -Where cogged the etTu- The respectable
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iii3On of rivers of Istil.00ndb.uuiseand threacellec.,r7ifitcler milaynseholomNntroonti.t.y:baoo,..not,"4... .., .., ,
mom entent diminish the hnporta) and in ma.
,- Plettrbutthe wcions and the ttypouritri - , . :.. , i
perlisata doe enlargement of the foreign debt 01 111fwood of
becarne'embartia ..- ' 1
end the emisegent Menem-of interest, must be reen't thus far ie moat honorable lo lire
the decrease of the -impart wade 4n ,lieit of, self denial, the intolligeoce, "end the
hence, Italie pueillanintuue , end coed'. . .:
the maims which it now brings ea, we mit
y patriotism or our eitisene; it justifies the -' temimills wretches:
have our gigamic banking lostitutions.and op en ,
end, SitiTtilied lind enraged' et
confident tope that 'liter' will ; etary .. .,
did, but, m many instances, protitlets,railroads the trnte. ,
elk canals, absorbing to great extent, in inter through the' reform 'which has been so
Aimed before them redectin th -?- ' '
f011ies, their bypocricy, their; linty and . o -
daimon die onpital bormwedlomenativet them well begun, and that that, toll v atilt Imr . to- . 1g elf . : ,g
the eurplus dints of national industry fer years , A.
farther than they beettyot gone sti:rittlit
ok,.:: kn.,. ft.A..ft.a1;malant L....ft.. ., I , t
la. "Virg OW. 11,811,6 V ,. .
(to oame, and scouring to poeterity ot; adequate 1 t th tem t' tit that 0 p00.. them base and'inalt4sant hearts'. 47, -
rehire tor the comforts whith tho labors oftheir te Ing e "Pc" 1'11.
d 'Cali htened as outtr, 'Crtizen1 iths been' thé teat orth
-C: als.-raw tenimmee la Atli toe at
halide might otherwise have secured. It is not ple as free en , g
by theintiosse of this debt that reher is to be will, whenexer, it 'becomes' accessary,
sought, Sot in its diminution. Upon the point,
,there is, I am happy to say. hope hefere us; not ,
show themselves to be indeed capable tru" Mg tralIttmli"14 ' . ' ' I
4 Vim he loul lost nil tosioess or hie own
the.ir 1 inwilmely humble ePlakmy 11111sr bet"
of self-government by voloOtairly ado.
ri., rim ill quest Woe we through all Ikea WI
so mesh in the return of c; nfidence abroad,
tog appropriate remedietc' for every a- tappily does be respond to the obligee
whilth wilt ensile the States to borros more
moneyots in a change of public reeling at honie, buss, ead atibmitting to temporary PIO' ter.sad ialtie Of iiiii Chtilliire MOnit0
if istendedfor toe Ch4rch, tittgl
which piompts our people to pause in their ca. ,,gae,,,.howeaer
reer, andillink of ills means by which debts
greet, to envure
but. wily dwell ,, on sUC
are to be paid before they are conuacted. if we .
would escape embarrassment, public and pri. my 090 esertions fortbe turtherance,for thé sktrie;
-elongated specimens' of 4trecitanistill,Su
sate, we must cease to run in debt, eaceptilir or theme desirable objects have been
objector necessity, or such as will yield a ter- lestowed, ihtoughout my official career 'unparallellcd segativene6s; , tor, ',1
the' enitre man teumetai, spot
tainreturn. 'Let thefaith of the States, cooper. ivith
&firm., end individuls. already pledged be her , a seal thetss neurished by Irdent,ault up
with the punctilioue regard. It is due to enr wreht1 for the leelfsee eel touetrYt' out In ettensefanddiegustingly innate
notional character, as well as to justice, that this tux! by .en unlimrted telianae so 'lite gemebt to tbe crack of COOM 90 100
should on the part of each, be a fixedprinciple wisdom that ntarki its' olNaurte decis aptly apply epa following lines ,
of conduct. But it behoorto us all to be mere inn till lin afraid mot,' goalntrgsmariati ileille. .... - .. ... . - . .
Fortunately- for us, at ;this. 11110,00n19 tr01100 the grounde upon which Hly 0
s ?en Ile 'balance Node ie greatly a pinions are formed, 1 beveon tine ation
gainit ua, and the difficulty of .meeting preceding. -occasions, freely (dieted nry
it enhanced by the dieturberb state ef, ion en those points of demeetic -potour
money affair", the bountiee of Nov.?. icy That seem; at the present time, meet
idence have come to relieve sis from prominently to require the action rime
the coniequenaes of past errors.. , A Government; - itnow shift they will
faithful application ofthe immense re- reeeivefrom.Congtees that full and able
sults of the labors of the. last 110800n consideration which the importanee of
will afford partial relief for tho proem the suljects merit and I min tepeat the
and perseverance in lite earne Mtge assurance heretofore made, that I shall
will, in due season, accomplish the rest. cheerfully and readily cosi:operate with
We havé had full experience, in times you in every measures that ill tend to
past, of the eitrattdinery tesultis which. promote the welfare of the Union. .
can, ilith18 felliedt, le 'brought aboin . . . 1 1V1. NAN BUREN.
An a bort period, by the united an , t,,,,
vv ARUM:MON,' December 2 1839..
' well directed efforts ef A -community
like ourst Our euroluirprofite, the en. --4-- ;-
orgy and industry of our 'population, and, THE DEMOCRAT
the wonderful advantages which .Provi-, ..
CAN i L DOVER. OHIO. '
dence has bestowed upon our country.
in its climate, its various productitne, FILIDAYi !JANUARY 10. WA.
indiripensable to other, tuition, will, in . Owing to thi-nonartival of our paper
due time, afford abuodant insane to per. maker, we ate compelled to issue but
lect the most gleeful of thoso objects, half a sheet this week.. He lives down
ror which the States brie beõn pluti in the neighterhood of the Greatanow
ging themselves flaw in embarassment storm'. aedtie no doubt been enguiphed.
and debtovithout iroposhig on ourselves Any four readers however, . wbo may
or our childreo such fearful burdente. feel diapased to be eaptio'us, at our it.
But let it -be indelibly. engraved en tleness,' let them read, the Meseage
oar minds that relief is not to be found over two or three donee' anti if they
in expedients. ladebtedness gannets 'go off unsatisfied, it will. not be for
lessened by .borrowing more money, Or
by changing tho form of tbe debt. The ..; .
want of sound principles. . : i .., ,
. . -
balance or trade le not to be turned in NOTICE.. ..,.,.
our lavor by creating new demands up- The Public are hereby infer:fled. that a lac
on ue abroad. 'Our curtency cannot be me will he delivered. on Saturday next,eat
improved. by the creation of new banks lerillvartliealieblitt thgoosunarts tiadestu,itoyallolve
or more issues from those which now rn
culture sff Sitdc. Y He will have speeinione 01410.
ills Although these devices some- moue ea to exhibit, . , , , . . , , ,
inlet; appear to give temporary relief,'
We have' examined some Of Mr.
'hey almost invariably aggravate the evii,
. White's specimens of American menu
in the end. It is dnly by retreilchnlea'. factured Silk, which are.. equally se
end refornit by curtailing public and pri good as.any that can be imported. We
vete expendituree, by paying our chiles, hope the citizens of the couuty,- will
mid by reforming our banking aystem, turn out find give him a full house, and
that we are to expect effectual relief, we guarreetee be will ehow them him
ecurity for llie future, and an enduring 10 clothe themselves iu silk 'Mite, with
prosperity. (In shaping the institutions out going. to Europe for it.
ind policy of the General Government
FOt our OW0 put, We bee cot moe II
so as to promote, as fat as it can with with in the "Alutticaults' buoinese
te limited powers. time impurtant ends, Let us dross up in eilki Clothe oar chit...
nor mny rely on my 0108t cordial co- !ten in itilk, and 'depend upon it, alert
operetion. . ,vill be few pota!oes raised. . , .
. That there should b.ave been, in tht . ::,,.., . .
. The news aura. Washington, up i
progress of renent events, double in tea
t, quartere, and in some a heated op-. lin. tith,', is of hide- importance. -Th,
Holidays preventing any humor, trom
poeition to every change, cannot our.
being done. A Duel wai in agitatioe
priee us. Doubts are properly attend
lit on all reform; and it is peculiarly in between Mr. Bynum, of 'N Carolina,
the naturd ofeuch abuses as we are ana rotifer of Marýland, .
new encoontenng,to seek to perpetuate ,
SENATE Hoc. 31;
heir power by moans of the influence
Petition presented for a new county in the with
hey have been permitted to acquire. it
western part of the Statefoe the new coo' ty
is their moult, it not their object, to offorkfor a repeit of die, law granting k
aolin for the few an ascendency over the nonees to sell ardentstoptrairsi:s: sing, an. in:ate pa.sed
Ili11 reravid.theeagthird time--to regulate enettql
.rnany, by teeming to them a monopoly
finite currency, the medium througl 111,1rn d
at :tisk a state Road in the countes 'of
which most of Ike wants of mankind art Scioto and Lawrence AssedAn net pointing
euppliedto produce throughout socie- out the mode orlevyinl g ;nee papssed - k.
ty a chair of dependence which leadc .ieOilitritoteinnocrorMperalteratkyl,maettilleilvtialtiee,loocadnitz.
all classes to look to privileged aeon- 11
and Dover Turnpike companywhen the mo
ciatione for the means of speculation ant: tiou was aid upon the table, a motion Wee pen
extravaganceto. nourish, in prefer- ding to strike out the Milli section, (making the
ence.to the manly virtues that givet
dignity to human nature, a craving de 4ivtlas"tal
the section. .
Alter being debated by Messrs Spangler.
, sire for luxurious enjoyment and aud
Vallee. N Ai and Tod, the question wu taken
den weal which runlets those who
freak them &penile:3 on those who oup- and dm bill PalsgsE Doi. 31- . ' ... '
ply thentto eubetitute for republicen
An Am, to emend the act, flit:punishment of
simplieity and eeonomical habits a sick- er mi als ',mood.
lv itipp'etite for offemtRato indelgprice, , Nonterons petitions presented. -
and an imita len ot th4t reckless entree- The resolution Me se ate. equesting out
agance which empoverished sod mists- kFetratollsa.nd Rho 71111Livitillei teletganteolum7
wed the industrious people of foreign tkhertC'efr I 2 me; .2
t paned. .
Wrist' and et least, to fix upon uP, in- The Bill to lay out estate road in Belmont.
stead of those equal politiCal tights, tbe Monroe Watibington Counties was posse&
sequisition of which wail alike the ob- 111.r.yelch of Starkl a!ford.a pretionNe.r.and
SENATE Dee- 31.
Petition presented for a new county in the no.rth,
western part of the State fue the new cots 4,
offork----for repeit of the, law granting li
cences to sell ardent piths. ,
Bill read the third time...4o regulate anettql
tires& provide against wasps' sing animate pa.sed
ro establish a state Road in the countee .of
Scioto and Lawrence pulsedAn act pointing
out the mode orlevying taxes imaged -
On motion of Mr. Brady, the re.nate INA up
the Bill to incorperate the Martinsville, Cadiz
and Dover Turnpike companywhen the mo
1 tion was aid upon the table. a motion Wag pen
ding to strike out the sixth section (making the
stock holders individually fiable) 'The que.tion
was taken and the senate refused to strike out
Alter being debated by Messrs Spangler.
Vance. N .sh and Tod, the question wu taken
and the bill passed.
11011SE Dee. 31.
An act, to amend the act, fur punishment of
ee mi als posed.
Numerons petitions presented. -
The resebition of the se ate. equesting our
r..olution 1.o relative to imprisonment which 1 do. hereby Cortily tho above to be a true
:ice( and supposed reward of our Revo
was nreeo to ' erfppy finin my Stray Book, given under my
Infirmary struggle, a system of exclu- I Thaw' to divorce lobo Brady from bin wife
sive privileges conferred by partial levi Sarah was postponed until Me 1st cdDoe MO. go.
band this 2 day of January A. Id.,
ly honored, such- measures as appoint() Which Warned pedants touch airec4; , , ,,1, .
tuevonducive to their presperity.end . It wits a parcolorecl riread . , , , , .
anxious to submit te.their fullest (Geoid. . !OpantelEt'nd hapleild fuyte;hotil.ledulaxe
!lel Larltir ' ,
eration the grounds upon which sly e ,.. :1)v
pmions ars formed, I hymen this aaen Like fusiftiallerel("re ()11 Sitt6"1 ' ' .
4Citizen' still harps upon the slan
preceding. -occasions, freely tiff red v
e - 11)' tiers of respectable citizen& i as
prominently to require the action of the 'I'
dooms of hie, friends ' i tepudiate the
Uovertinient; - iinow 'that they will
idea ofslasder, end almkre his discrini
receivefromCongress Qat full and able
!nation end his genius for . adaptation.
consideration which the importance
cae;chnowled ot or , the mem
:I nib frien(ls must think him unkind in . .
the 'Rejects merit and I Mtn tepid 1 IS 8
assurance heretufore made, that I shall 1 ?IL
for go use a boyish.. maxim"
cheerfully and readily d D
-6-- erate with 14there should be honor amongst villains,'
you in every measures that sill tend to
promote the welfare of the Union. . ramt 7:7.. wa,.11.te. 7.111,,i,till, D.. UP:n P90,1
1 M: :VAN BUR El s3Alt ill 1111W! . -. ;
' WAputtioTON, 'December 2, ' - With graver skeet serious there pursue;
yv. ,".Z111 Sall IMP 1,0 L... ornmun..00 upon poor
promote the welfare of the Union. vualm"11! "1"1 l"
1 M: VAN BUREN. g !Li ,
With graver aireur serious theme pursue,
WAPHINGTON, December 2, 1839.. . 'And yet preserve Otbf mond Atli in view7
;- The eennments of the let. Lover were
THE DEMOCRAT ouches the christian world mini cher-
- is)); he preeemed Charity te the cardi-
CAN L DOVER, 01110; .
'" I nal principle ef Religion,- the-principle
I.'S k M I Ai 11-0,.... V KA ilet
, FRIDAY. "JANUARY IC 184e. - which ahould infUtre itself into the
whole human family for the pioinotion
' Owing to therionartival of otir paper
end advancement of our social b:isS;aid
maker, we ere compe.11ed to iiieue bull
jwhen tbe thristian, tbe social and the
half a sheet this week. He lives down
liberal work! Were reeponding to the .
in the neigh-trot-hood of the Greatanow
I carrectness of those sentiments, the riA
storm', andttle no doubt been enguiphed.
gime Of darkness, through one a its
Any four renders however, . wbo may
feel diSpesed to be eapticnia, at our lit. votaries (la Citizen') ushered si CUiii.
ruonication to the world, full Of isiiims
tleness,' let. them read, the 'Message
end if they and fiendish ribaldry. Ile iitlitos 1-
over two or three tinteti;
erigedin that communication that be
'gti off unsatisfied, it will not be for
want of sound principlos..,; : i , hed outraged - thit. Catdinat virtue,
. - T ,.. .. . ' Hall, and its vetaties running atuongst.,
. NOTICE. . - us in the- borrowed garb of the Feints '
The !Odic are hereby informed. that a Ise- . groan, when even' the ocher' 01 Cbariii, '
will be delivered. On Saturday next, at reaches those dismal ' inansions foi
Hatred is the eery essence of Satan,
early CMG!. light, iii the Court Houre,ite New
Philadelphia, by Doc. Thomas White, on the
the countereign of lite fiends at We' ptr
eultore of Siik. He will hare specimoue ofdo
mine silit to exbibit, - , , - . . , , , tali' or, despair.. 'Citizen'. and . Ws
we have. examleed , ennie or mr. crew helve groated, hot I confidently
hope, Mcsere &dote, Mat the New
White's specimens of American menu
s, Year hae not dawned upon their base
factuteal Silk, which are.. tonally
hypocrisy; that they have formed the
good as any that can be imported. We
resolution to lead etruly 6iniirre 'tile,
hope the citizens of the, comity,- nip.
and not intrude longer opon their wigs
turn out and give him a full house, and
thy end honest breihern with their bye.
we guarrantce he will ehow thew ho
10 clothe themselves iu silk attire, with ()critical profeseions, insinuating ,.thi-in!
selves into their , confidence, and, hike
out going. to Eutope for it. ; .
the subtle serpent, rooting ;.11 their bo. '
For our own part, we have unt moc b
with in the "Alutticaulisl bul-onesi. "me t111' " Lvse" 0 win''''Ill '11Pir fl'al
pi.ison into Weir 010111i tutidlittlikuil ,
Let us dross up in silk, elothe oe r chii.
I am preonred to neknoe ledge ,thet
lien in bilk, and 'depend upon it, tiler.'
,vill be. few pota:oes raised; . , ,, . , . the langulitie of 'a Cit.aeiii is nof tho
. -:,,..., , : i'anguage of the C1111,Chthe respecta.
The news awn. Washington, up , mi end virtuoue portion would shrink
lin. 4th,', is of little- importance. 'The' from such responsibility. If 'Cameo'
Holidays preventing any business from and hisjunto were the lice and pros') of
being done. . A Duel wan in agitatios he Chinch,. I woold doubi, the correct-.
between Mr. Bynum. of 'iNi Carolina, Nes of the Proulioe "that the Church le
ana 'Ionian of Mariland, . built upon a rocke for I fear it wou'd,... ,
votaries (la Cameo') us-bered sr two.
metrication to the world, lull Of iril'ent
and fiendish ribaldry. lic orlitos tu
ellgedio that communication that he
had outreged - that Cardinal' virtue,
Hail, and sts vateriiii running amongst.,
us in the- borrowed garb of the Saints -
groan, when even. tlie echo' el Chars4
reaches those dismal mansion!, tui
Hatred is the very essence of Oaten,
the iountersigo of the fiends at the' pre
tali' or, despair. 'Citizen'. and hip
ere have groaned, hot I confidently
hope, bicesre &thug, HA the New
Year hart not dawned open their base
hypocrisy; that they have formed the
reirolurion to lead atruly siniere
and trot intrude longer opon their wers
thy end honest breihern with their
critical professions, insinustiog ,thiIn!
elves into , eutifideuco, aud, like
the eutille serpent, nnetting ;xi their hip.
40ms vrith o tit torts,6414 disk filei 1
poison tuto their motel conelitutiott ,
I am prPflarfd to admits bdge Hint
the langutifie of 'a Cii.zeii1 is oui tho
i'anguage of the Clititultthe respecta.
re and virtuoue portion would shrink
from such responsibility. If 'Cameo'
and hiejunto were the life awl prop of
he Chinch,. 1 wool(' doubi, the correct.
ties of the promise "that the Church le
built upon a rocke for I fear it wou'd
prove a quicksand fatal to the Gimlets
Repent, ye pharasaical sepulchre
and let your hunitlity 'this new year,
place ',cis in the enviable attitude fibs ,,
Publican, who, acknowledging bro
orioles to the bitterness of bin heart,
returned tó hiehorne justified.
Witif.etticete wishes fot yilur
re-formation,' "Citizen ' and Club. Fare
well,. A LOVER
BY virtue or an order, to us directed by'
Andrew Hattery, Justice of the Peace,
t Burl ;:reek Township to Tusedrawas WM.
ty, we the under signed do cattily that we have
eiewed, and approieed a certain Stray Mare,
ken up by Jacob D. Yoder, fund rewnaliip
and find the lame a Black Mare, with 'a star in
the forehead the leit hind foot white, up to the
pester joint, shod all round, two smolt, saddle
marks. thus-teen hands and a half height, a
urn! trotter, no other Mirka or bk.lode Pert.siead
ble abo it twelve yew:lipid., and we do eppreize
Senators and Repreaentotivea la Googre a to nee the same et tw,mir eight (Whoa.
thei olt o hring the rul lie Lando into mar.' E RASHER, 1 , .
ket was palmed. ABRAHAM MILLER. .5 APProlsetr,
The Bill to Ink out estate road in Belmont.1 Sworn ta and suberibed before lei- the 3004
Monroe Waahington Counties was posse& d iy of December A. D. 1839.
Mr. Welch lif Sintk, afrord a preamble...and .., ANDREW HATTERY. LI'. ''
' -.''1"' ..'........t ... rr''...1 .... ..--fil-1-:- trettng the importatit troths that e pee- ";c" 7;7' , - ,:
rtt e-n1Thet;"1;:e.bit"' ' thé lea! urthip ..t '
return tor the comforts which the labors o t air
. il htened as ours,
Calstaw tenimmee la 'tit low and 4 .
will, wheneser, it 'becomes' accessary,
kande might otherwise have secured. It is not pie as free ant ea g
.by theinetosse of this debt that refief is to be t 1.
truckling tran iOng: ' , .. I t ' i ,
soughtolut in its diminution. Upon the point, show themselves to be indeed nee b '.: 1 4
a le 4Wistos he lout lost na busittees of hie own,
,there is, lam happy to say. hope isefere us; ost
, rIM ill quest Woe we ðuough all 1114110 sons ,
so mush in the return of e; nfidence abroad, of self-government by vollintairly adop. ' rt.
tappily does be reepond to the chortle- P'
which wilt ensile the States to borectv more ling aPpropriate remedies' for every a
money.as in a change of public feeling at home, buee, ead eubmilling to temporary PIO' ter.eed ialtie Of 11111Chtiltilre MOn1104 - ,,. t-,.., .
if intendedfor lite Ch4rch, tolght ,-. . :'
but. wily dwell ,. on elicit , - ': '. , '
which plampte our people to pause in their ca. rIce,s..howeve,
reer, and-think of ills means by which debts permanent welfire - ', 4-
. i in my humble opinion, keener better ,..' . --
are to be paid before they are connected. if we great, to ensure their i who,
would escape embarrassment, public and pri. my OW41 eleribilentiorubrie'ðtcles thilarvibeetbiteettCne ,;olorrhIghaélSedkotrpetqcimeno. of.medinnistuou4 .. .....,;
vats, we must cease to run in debt, except ilir of theme desire
unparallellcd negativeness; , tor, ;Its ' -
objector necessity, or such as will yield a ter- bestowed, 'throughout my official career
it-trona:). Let thefaith of the States, corpus ivith
a zeal Ilint41 nsurished by srdent 1 ' 1
Aliti up t le smote man tstliour I soup, .
c000trY,' out 'in earensoessCdtegustingly inflated . 41Ç
'soon', end individuls. already pleFiged be kept ,wiehe. for the welf444 eflny
with the punctilious regard. It is due to enr
'the s , . 1, t. t
network! character, as well as to justice. that this ar.d by .en untimrted telienee on ' - amoet to two traits, us doom wie Mity ;,,, ,,..I
should on the part of each, be a fixedprinciple wisdom that marks its. ultimate decis- aptly ipply epe following lines, ., ,
dee dim pedant stride '..,4)
ion on all grent end controverted gitell" Ifi,imnin a ',amnion.
lot conduct. But it behooves us all to be mere
' ono" lb Pledginf it 41"eal1411. 13 ce"ing le lien& Impressed with the Solemn eb-,
:run in debt, and applying the emplue of our oh lisistling witlitiornd,Preek, end puffed with t
cusps midi:mimes to thedischarga of existing . g . . P. -
shoos im sod bpati ins by 'the Cwt.,' ' '- '-'-- - - - 1)10.4 - --;-- - '
to A thousand authentic in vain hag tea& ' -
And with theirsousinis stuftbd his empty head : ,
obligations auying less and selling tztore, men- ! munition, deuirous 11190Or laying belt
fellow-citizens, with svheee cont. 4
aging all eithirs, pubtic and private. wit.. strict Iny
431 to carry out the figure, be uses t . , ,
ewconomy end fingality,we shall see our cowl- dence and support I have been so bIghe
dry soon recover from a temporary depression . 4A Babylonistudialect ,. .,, . - - .
ly honored, such. measures SI appoint 'Which learned pedants much affect- : , .,1- : .
arising not kommetural and permanent einem,
It was a parcolored siresi . , , . ... . ', -
butfrom theta I have enu.nerated, and advamie AUPeondocloo to their prOsperity-nd . '
anxious to submit te.their fullest tonsid- Ofpatchld and pye-balled !engines i . ,
with renewed vigor in her career of prosperity.
1 . every opportunity ing of the public revenue in a separate and In. executinz our own coottscts in accordance with , kla.r.a-liVas postponed until she ist cdDoc.18407 au" 6"."."7 ..."' '''' '.. ' ilt H. i i aa.
hem in place rape- lielsulhdt l'InuTY0 a" 1
d Oloollectin it in old the nrovisions of the Constitution and II sive privilinive conferred by partial leg..!
For the Dom:m.0. l ' - i ih,Thifost4t1.10"vifi.ieneg;'Cliairelli-ti'vD'arf luntuin "therenal-ll'isutinrsin," .. ';
tar !Oneness on the servos es a tall mg pnint by which our whole
- 1 Jul islation. To remove the influences
'their interest or con and silver, wt I ave a se u .y . g g g y .
(system of the piper credit with which all banks country may be brought back to that safe and which had th.us gradua.11, gr,wii.up a., . ,
e eilMher 'of then are connected, and thus aid thou, thetas sound owed standard. rnong nato oeprive ttiem ot Men' de. 'Trust not yourself; Ion vour defect to know 1839. .
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itiewthey may afford and well managed, it will at the sometime sem. oot peepte will not Ione he insensible to the ceptiveadvaningesto feet them by the
repidity with which sibly check such ea sr otherwise, by at once extent of the burdens entailed upon them by the tight of windom and truttiall thin was Moser. Editore.After a vulley of vin
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withholding the means or extravagance afford- r 1
sa.se atem that has been o cretin on ili Joseph Car er, Ahraliam
Deifekbaclier. John Franz, John Fashbandh '
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y I o pu tic n s,an res mining t lem tom gums, oneigetic, and industrious character; nor necessarily the work of rime. even a- d'ctive abut. and shatudful evasions, loselF B b F D dWG
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-jormetS from the I excessive lame of antes which they would be i
to hie means necessity tw extricate themselves' mong i psople so e I ghte d and pure 'Citizen' grows weary of Ilse cotilyovor. George Grove Gomprey Heck A. J. number:et '!-. s . .
i 30d),',cmilliens of constent!y called upon 10 MOM. from th,se embarraisments. The weight which as that alba. Unted States. '-in most sy, and closes with a vistWe and died- Nathaniel Linder Aimee McKee. David ration '
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3G PE"'Leveraga oily he bat attained and exerted by means of the Stows, is an enormous ildbt, foreign and do. er countries perhaps, it could only fied valedietery, becoming his atyenin. naWitt Patt011 Alaran't Pollitkmois ' Vieltatot 1,014 '4" .
be accamelished ' through that serifs of 4eil character. How be has sequined limn Fanny Reed Margre Bohnison mi,..049 ,...,-,. -
-t lu,,Tiri . t s National Bank. The constitutional objections, mestic. The foreign debt of our ,Eltates cots. ,, 'ranker, Christopher Trubv Abraliim Nuys - ! 3-;
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