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I piwmt that mt fcf lr t(,f,ltt,4
aM that un iwt A, MMif, M rlt Mi. , ,.
M IMI aHM.bla y$,m,n in 01 h. I,,,..,
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UmMiH Col. A, fJ. fni,ttt tmtollHM If
r, IN )tff,bfr the liifuraimt
n liable prni fill tha taesnf; thai U4
f(rril, ml, aoOfilinljr, I tha ap.
pelnlmtnt r iht ftrit day of Mar-h ta.l, and
I lha ttqtiett of m fln'l, have rMnU,i ni.
name to the p..p! at a tanidata at the Auguit
lootton. or niyotalinatlnn,iyourpro
loco 10 Jtiilje, and In miking your leUctian o1
Auditor, to loua vxclutUely to the public oo
M; eomptlitori hava thought proper to proclaim
thfh polilienl prediUelioiw, and, 1 hare thouuM,
wish to form an Imusoo some politics I question.
Two of them proclaim themielvcs Whip, one a
Dtmoeiat, ami all 117 they are In favor of pny
ng "THE StATI BONDa." f do net deny tha
right of those gsntlsmrn to mount any politicn,
hobbj ihay please, nor of Iho peopl, to require,
If they ste proper, rn unequivocal declaration
of the political sentiments of those who prcrent
themMlves foe, even a ministerial office though,
really, I do not see clearly what tha bond quei.
lion, or tha question of Whig or Democrat, has
to do with the office of Auditor of public Ac
counts. But if gentlemen with to make auiitue
in this election they can do so. My political
principles have lone been known. Thev ar.
lha result of long rellection, and patient investi
gation, and the .experience of every day con.
firms ma in the belief of their troth. I enter
tain no opinion that I am afraid or ashamed tn
avow, and for which 1 have not a reason to eire
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ar. mitt, sntmactory to myself. I am decidedly
a Democrat, and opposed to the pnynieut (by
the State) of the Union Bank bonds. Those
bonds received their existence, as 1 believe, by a
violation of tha constitution, and are, tlieieforei
not the "bonds of the Statu ; and while 1
regard the legal and moral obligations of an ,
oath while 1 recogniit the duties which as
citizen I owe to my country and while I regard
the constitution as the paramount law of the
land, the palladium of our liberty, the mantle t,t
ur security, and the sheet anchor of our hope'
I fha I steadily oppose the payment of the
fraudulent bonds. As to the bona riDIcbli
gations of the State, sr fares I urn. concerned
I am willing (in the language of Mr. BrudrCrdJ
to pay im last dollar, the last dimk
iKDTHB last cent;" but I am nor quite sj
liberal as to be willing to pay every fbaud that
may happen to be called a bond of the State.
In becoming a candidate, I did hope, I .hould
escape the arrows of slander and detraction . (0
which those in official stations are usually sub
jected. I believed 1 had but few personal ene.
mies; and my political course, though decided
has been fiee from bigotry and intolerance. -have
never suffered political differences to din.
lurb tha harmony of my pereonul relatione!
Yet this has not been sufficient to scieen me
from the virulence of party. Sometime since. .
it became my painful duty to have Horace Pa
gaud, late cleik in the Audhor'e office, arretted
for forging Auditor's warrants on the treasury" '
This was the signal for an attack upon my mo
tives and characters and although 1 have con
victed the principal author of falsehood, and
although a grand jury of the country have found
a true bill against Pagaud, and new discoveries
of his villany are made every day, yet there are
a few who stop at no falsehood they can inventt
to stab my reputation. The election of a per.
son opposite to me in politics, to an office purely
ministerial, surely is not an object of such magri
tude as to justify a rsort to falsehood, to rob
roe of that good name for which 1 have stuggled
through life, and which is the richest legacy that
I have, appertaining to earth, to transmit to my
posterity. But, fellow citizens, should I be the
subject of your choice, I shall, regardless of
consequences, do my duty. I will not, if I can
pwent it. suffer forgers or counterfeiters, wb
have robbedjfour treasury, increased the a1mot
insupportable burthens of an honest and indue,
trious people , and pampered their pride, gratified
their avarice, an satiated their lusts, at your ei.
pense, to escape with impunity. The iusu'te
majesty of the law, and the oppressions of a..
honest and liberal people demand that they
'hould he brought to justice
It would afford me ,the highest pleasure to
tninela with the Mode, and cultivate a more
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extended acquaintance with you but I cannot
ria 10. without nerlectine my public duties.
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To your members of the Legislature I refer you
. . 1 i :.,. .
lor my cnaracter nnn ouiu- ijuanui.iiiMi.
and if after Informing yourselves in reference lo
th. and unon consulting the public interest
, . . ,
yon aee piopcr to continue me in my present
Station, I Will USOcj Biumuu in iuj p"tr v
discharge the obligations under which you will
place me, by a faithful and upright performance
of duty.
1 am, anost respectfully,
Your fellow eititen.
JAMES E. MATTHEWS.
Joke 28,1842.
Stains m Mahooaht. Take two oun
ce of oil of vitriol, and one of muriatio
arid: mix them by shaking; in a phial,
and when to be used, lay it o?er the apot-
ted part by means of fe-ther 01 wooien
rag. Afterwards w.iah the part over with
water, and polish usual.

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