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RODNE Y? (Miss,) WE1U Eipi A Y, .6 ClTQDDIl .! 23, 1 039v VlzloT:::Szr 11: I At FlV4ii5LLARS per year, fn udvanee. 7"No paper'discontinned until nil arreara ges are paid, unless at the option or the editor. .. Terms of Advertising-. ' ; Per square often lines or less, for the first in tertian. One Dollar for each additional inser tion, Fifty Cents. , ... OirTo. those who -advertise by the year, a libera! discount will be made. -, ; : . iCFhe number of insertions required must be marked on all advertisements, or they will be continued until ordered out, and charged for accordingly. - 07 All Job Work must be paid for on de livery. - ?".. N LENDERS his professional services to jLL the citizens of Rodney, and neighbor hood, in. the Various branches of his profes ion. He may be found at the. Union Hotel. JDr. P, "refers to the following gentlemen: .To the Medical Faculty, of Transylva nia University, Lexington. . ' - Frcfessors Caldwell and Short, Louis- Ule Lied. Institute . Tho. L. Dobyns and E. G. Wood, Rod ney, Mi. . . - - Dr. Davis and Metcalfe, Natchez; Mi : Josias A. Lyle, ; do Professor J. S. Riddle,, Louisiana Medt : cal -College. - " -' '-" Rodney, May 4, 1839. . , : o. n. X7ZX.COZ & wrj. it toxd, ' : Attorneys and Counsellors at -Law, ' : "TOV ILL PRACTICE IN PARTNER- vv SHIP, at Fayette, and will attend atI the Courts of Jefferson County; the Cir cuit Court of Adams and Claiborne Coun ties, and the several Courts at Jackson . Wiluam N. Todd will reside at Fayette, Ulhce near the Court House. , Business confided to either, will receive the prompt attention of both. ; ; - "r N. B.- G. II. Wilcox will continue to re tide at Rodney, and practice his profession as heretofore. : oct24 , ; . Gt o. t. rxuiTm &. g. r. iytahtiii, ATTORNIES $ COUNSELLORS AT X.AW. ::'P.ODI7SY, HISS.-":' " " ILL attend the circuit courts of - Jefferson, Claiborne, Adams and Warren counties; the high court of Errors nnd Appeals; and the United States court at Jackson, v I :-J,':,X..cX- I '.' Address G. T. Martin & Brother, r ' -r . r Rodney, Mississippi Refere'cks: :1 ; Hon. G. Robertson, - - '. J - IJon. D. Mays, r Lexington, Ky. ' Foster Easton, N. York. :SCWOaky & Co., New Orleans, , T r . Dr. J . B, VVarren, Rodney, Miss. i JL B. Hill Co., Louisville, Ky., , TTOHJiE Tie CO UJfSELL OR AT LAW ' Yidaliai Parish of Concordia. La. r "ILL attend the District Courts for the Parishes of Concordia, Madison and Carroll, and the Supreme Courts at Alex andria and New Orleans.. -- ' March 27, 1838 . 19tf: , JL.t W JYOTICE. JITTORJflES L COUNSELLORS at LA W, VTTTILL attend to the practice of their 1 Vv profession in the pai jarish of Concor- dia. Louisiana, the adjoining parishes, and in tW higher courts of the State. ' Their af3ce is in Vidalia. Marcii271838 19-tf JOZZI7 D. OOTiHn ATT , AS - resumed . the practice of Law. 1 1 OSSce in Port Gibson, next door to the Branch of the Planter's Bank. V AprillO, 1839 tf49 Jii,Vi:';:(T6'pLANTERS.: - " mnn cr.dsrr: ti ero prepared to fur JX nbh ty ejscst cf the very best qual itW3li'A00N .lfir-. Pe4e of Cotton, to fca dsli vered tho ensuing season. They will also cell very low for cash . Phnten vwill fad it fc their interest to give tfcv-i a call, as they are determined ,to aell rct as chsap es ;t can possibly be afforded in this section ot country. n ; HENRY & HOYLE., jjoiyt, 1839.; V Teceived,, a superior article of cJ , Boston Soap and' ;".',-' Sperm Candles. ' JOHN A. WATKINS. Sept. 18, 16S9. '72; '-'it i . . Bacon, ; . ; : V1 -s P- Bacon, a superior article, for 1' .rib by ,.. '" - : -':. ' .-. : It ' i TTTTT WW PfJMTlM.G fpHE office of the Rodney Telegraph baa Wm . a . ' . ' been supplied with a great variety o , . ". . IN StXf!f ,U- U Lrt&a - auu Wq . j r wvn7 sunnrinr nAAinpss. nil kinds of Printm? UStl-l ,r . . .-- . i try, wnicn. is now going on ally called for p this section of country-1 . few J,. loeJ T5K:' C.C':L FA CffiQC 1 ankHDiUULUtand jtcclti, Sttmvul Kxfoiiuttims, : , handbills;- ; : .' Promissory Notes, Business & Address Cards, BLANK DEEDS, &c. Commission & Forwarding. TT AMES & BAYLY, of Rodney, Mis?., have connected themselves with RICH ARD BECK, of New OrleansVin the Com mission and Forwarding business;, which will " be conducted in the latter place by Thomas P. -Bayly and ;Rr Beck, under the firm of Bayly, Beck &. Co., and at Rod ney, by John G. James, under the firm of John G". James & Co. v :-: ; - V - ' JOHN G. JAMES, - THOMAS P. BAYLYj RICHARD BECK. ; New Orleans, 27th Aug. 1839. 69-y - Cotton Storage. T HE subscribers have provided large and commodious C O TTONS II EDS which are-now in complete order for the re ception of Cotton. They pledge themselves to take everv pains to prevent injury to Cotton that may be stored with them; and Forwarding & Commission. fTPlHE subscribers having formed a co jLs' Partnership together .for the transac tion of a i General Commission Business. They will in future conduct business in this city under the firm of John Goodin & Brother, and iri Vicksburg under the firm of Wst. F. Goodin & Co. JOHN GOODIN, WM. F. COODIN, 42 Poydfas st. New Orleans, Aug. 23. 1839. ; 70 -tf Commission, Stora fife & - For- wardinsr. IT AM now prepared to receive Cotton on U Storage, and will make liberal advances in money, on shipments to New Orleans or Liverpool. ;V "-"...ir' '' Punctual attention to, and prompt sales made of all consignments of Produce, arid other articles which may be entrusted to my Up Country Produce and Groceries, fur nished Planters on the most accemmodating terms. JOHN A. WATKINS. Rodney, Sept; 18,1839. 72. Cotton Storage. THE subscribers are prepared to receive f"u carefully store all Cotton entrusted to them. GRIFFiNG &, CAROTHERS. Sept. 18,1839. - 72. Ro wand's Tonic Mixture. 7fT4y Bottlers, just received and for sale by. "! v R. N. FETHERSTON'If & CO. Aug. 19, 1839. : 00 Winter-strained Sperm Uil. TT iiTitTl Gallons, just received, and for jjlmvmk 8aie by . . , R. N. FET. , Aug. 23, 1839. ti ivt ' i?r'ntr'i7DC!'T'rV9TT tf. rA XV 1 . X-Jt JLUAVfcJ A V-i. AJL VJsV W ( ;9 Calomel. i Lbs. English and American Cain omel, just received direct from New, York, and for sale by j ' T. t , v IL N. FETHERSTON'H &' CO. Aug 19, 1839. ; ; 68; , 1 Spirits Turpentines Gallons Spirits Turpentine; for Bale - ' R. N; FETHERSTON'H Co.'. : Aug: 26, 1839. t 'v;.?60 respecuuuy soncu a. snare oi pairuuage uoui cruitg from toreign lands, will eventually impracticable,? and fraught with cooseqen : planters who may wish Cotton stored in Rod- subjugate our native sons! and after long ces the most dangerous and pernicious to ney . V: - '" HENRY &, HOYLE. ? ages of sorrow, suffering, slavery and mili- the government and the people . . And now Aug -22, 1839. . ; : ' v8. tary misrule to' our children, under some fu- Mr. Walker claims to be consistent, now he Gold-pressedCnstor -,OiL; gration Arid when WWWWto ZJc;W'ZiU vx&v C5?a:B r OTY Galloni Cold-pressed Castor Oil, ngmtudf lhe task; and the apathy of tha (t ?V.t;r iO , :aife just received and for sale by . Amencan people, wearo tlready ii pd, but he goes Tarthe 1, j-f - - k RN FCTHERSTOrrH ci Co.; abandon the causo in decpair. Icdasd. vrezsretio if the deposites," td taat too ltdsatiir:TOrOCrT Au3,ieC9. : :;: C9 r hbnta teHef intheino . , A 8 V' Prownce whith has so manifestly path: br.trrby cb.-i,wo folhJw the Hon. bscJ t.lVl-,: , ' ffanerfine Clothe s - over thtcsuaieicf our r-l-e;r.:F- -i- , . , t , 11317. Flouts t . -t v,, tU3e-dJiVirLei';c; v t-'"5 ' h .t:--'- -- :;tJ-' vr;-.;;v:: : TO AMERICANSr-READ AND HE- . , . .. - - - v FtECT. IV Mil II1W M ' jM MMm V. IIII III IIIJIM mm ( IftllTlirW W "'j -T . " --r , , nd, desires to transmit thera unblcmuhed jona uaimpairea 10 ni? posieruy can; iook y birth, and alienain feeling, to ' . - c n to our coun- on all of ' whom exercise a direct infiuence on our institutions: we say we hWe often thought that no real lover of his country cou!d Jk upon theSe things, and i not leer tne same emotions ot borror wnicn I i atlect us, when we contemplate tne. terrible precipice on wuicu our country is siumuer-1 ing According' to all human ' probability, end indeed judging statistically ofthe future from i the past, there win be in -iwenty years- or less, from this time, a. mnjority of natural ized citizens in the United States! Indeed, we do not outnumber them much, at this time. ... " " : --. - When that period arrives, and our coun- try men find themselves outnumbered at the I ballot-boxes throughout the . whole United 1 States, when they see new features stamp- ca upon our insiuuuons, ana new ana anu- American principles' and practices institu ted in bur country-lhe glorious constitution which we have been taught to venerate, dis carded to give place to foreign engraifments by piecemeal lcii will the American peo ple awake from their fatal lethargy ! then I will they see and feel the justice of the ment by Congress of such an institution to warning which we have so often repeated supply a general currency. n '' In that let to their inattentive ears: but it will be too ter he also declares that fta State bank can late. - ' Y no more supply and govern the general cur They will then learn that they had mad- rency than a State; government can . direct ly bartered their sacred rights fer foreign and control the affairs of the -nation.11 r In la norland that the alien and the stranger to l&yi he declared in his place in the Sen: whom they have thus prodigally bestowed ate" that be was opposed to a national bank j their inexhaustible prerogatives, will hot be and that the State banks alone 'were to . be disposed to relinquish them. 1 ben, when the destinies of ourconntry rest with those who have no congeniality of feelinj; with ourselves, perad venture the noble spirit of cur fathers may rally in the bosom ot their degenerate sons, and an effort may be made to recover our prerogative but it will be too late and any attempt to retrieve their I forfeited rights, wU deluge our country - in blood! Then, T when mayi years ifof civil war have weakened their exertions and llllllllU Ulbll UUIIIUI.iila IIIE UV,VUUIUIBIIU I I ture . victorious Chieftain, a new dynasty I will arise, and our wretched posterity, like! the Saxons of old, will become extinct as a nation ; and the last glorious , experiment of I self-government in the world, will have fail ed forever! . . 1 his is no tancy picture, lnhtteen years from this period, if immigration continues in the ratio in which 11 has hitherto progressed, it will be out of the power of the. nauve population ofthe United States to repeal the naturalization laws, it tbey would. What money from its cocstitiiona) repository, xrd natriotic American can desire to- see thelnlaced it in thft hands nfn ofhiihwn. political destinies of his beloved country con- nded to a hetrogeneous mass of foreigners ty fctrth and aliens in feeling and , educa- tion De tney ever so virtuous t wnai pai- . .li. n n a. A A m n-. An n Ja . Ann nuuu imuiu auicm.au uwa uui sue iu blood T In ftfteen vears frost this period, it will be out of the power of the native American population .? of the United States, to repeal the Naturalization laws, should foreigners then, as they are now, be opposed to the act. : Even at this time an intelligent foreigner, and one who understands what he says, has boldly avow ed that "it is alrhady cut of thb( power of,tiie Native American "population to REPEAL THE NATURALIZATION LAWS Any party, he says, to remain in power, is- com pelled to depend upon foreigners for support. luet tne statesman, tne politician ana me private citizen, ponder over these things! I When in sober seriousness we .'. contem- plate the direful fact, by rigid statistical cal cmaiion; mat r ntteen years , irom mis peri . od.' the obiect of all the toils and struifles 00, xne ODieci 01 an ine ions anu suruggitH t:-i 1 ii .1 . ' ri . "'j ' I . nf thn rnvcdutionl' will havn been" defeatc of the revolution; will have been" defeated : that our country will have to depend, tor the li!A ln inioitakln Jnotni.mn that DIDaiN I I. I T I )T J " J ' . I L ui jv iuv uicuiauit ucniukuvu) ' mm au uiuwii luuiguauun as um our present l farns at tne the sacred institutions for which so- many patriotic bank hating Senatiori1 In deof bidding of he martyred patriots poured out their, life's his paroxisms of; raize, ' while dnein2lb,enefi5ia,ua12 Hfe 1 saiety 01 ner iinemes, ana tne security ui Ihpr infttihif innA. unon the mercv ot tne alien ."5. ."""T' TF" ....Trv " " . land the stranger; that "the scepter will have! departed from (the American) J udac, eca a lawgiver trom between his leet;' we L.evtuus to ber destruction! to rush tbnughr,Kit the land, and cry 'Woe, voe! to out country. i VYe sometimes ponderingly ask ourselves; Can sucbf an humble iustrument a.s we are; ewer bucww '".'sv;"10 frH. iUcvaiker coes, not teumejtrutiirwpea ce -r- r . r "7 IZLIZIT rt, V rr people, with so many diversified,' and even kava thaftActil HrO'1-ci-li' 'tsuVe' uimi wc ci toprs rss t5 -7, fUCJt.CC -.a.i cJlieW fnferesto anWpVlheirda Stolfc fd ?f ger, and inducer them to write on thd onlv Ku 1 t JKvlfclssd IlsrS ,itXaS3i2i-I t?c u.h ipf -xlJf - -VMF fuectwjfichcand thei fe,cJ tv,! Jf 5 istence for even one century from its birth; &ii iepoaiteDS nya: fict.tirr 1 Jf viz: a repeal of the Naturalization Laws, j'TJ ''rK&nif&e C.ifi lFE,i:: - nd the atation of : indiscriminate" imiri: ZT.Zi ' fc-itd. iiCixeiI Cattr -trT 3 A;r?cc!e r,r- JTT,- crj cf lbs VccCu racers tzi frora cf tzi enemies of otrr, country, and the accusation, aui our seIf overwhelmed, task ' Mai am... aa a. ala ia. . . e an eliectivo enow of resistance, with the patriots who rhake the eCortj'we' wili di in the last dkci.' JVO. Native American. - -; ' From the Vicksbnrg; Whig,' : ROBERT J. .WALKER . This pink of great champion loco fuco coctis'tency, tliiv of the ' hard money de'rao-l crats is wopdcrfillry indignant that the whigs should charge him with inconsistency upon me suojeci oi me currepcy i Were- it not; for the manifest bppocrisy which marks his course as a politician, we could smile, at the swaggering, v. blustering - air he r assumes whenever the subject is 'mentioned, : but I wnen,we refer to the .numerous and sudden changes in his opinions, andr then to note the earnest manner in which he endeavors to prove his c msTstency, when .the reverse is so palpable to the dullest-observer, we can have no other feeling for him than inef- fable - and unmitigated contempt ,- The course of no public man in the Union has been marked by so many and such sud den change's as has that of Robert J. Walker in the short space of six years. In 1834 he was the avowed friend of a: national ' bank, and in his letter to Judge Black, then a Sen ator from thi? b:ate, he urged upon that gen- tlerhan in the strongest terms the establish trusted as depositories of the public funds, and that they alone were . safe receptacles for the public money. Then Mr. Walker was a conservative, then he stood up side by side with that distinguished Statesman William C. Rives, in fa vor of the State bank deposite-system, and with an energy and an eloquence which have marked none of his I after efibrts, battled manfully against the hard money schemes of that prince of hum buggers Thomas H. Benton, schemes which UC 1UCU , 1 1 U1JUU II VCU ' K7MU VMlVlltHy aHHIl avows himself the advocate of the Sub Trea sury, and a gold and silver currency; end the sworn enemy, of all banks., and with the most imperturbable gravity swears that he has always been a consistent "hard money democrat." ; bo far from having been con sistent on any subject, he has been ion aU I sides of all questions. He supported. Gen Jackson; and when the old lero in, violSa of the law and the Constitution sed C ai J the public Treasure, dragged the pecLa ficersMr.1 Walkor denounced him as atvi rant and a despot, and prayed to God to for give Mm for having ever supported General Jackson tor the Presidency.1! Noi mstt in I a 1 I I . Jl f 1 j i um wuoib oiuie m m ississinni rT-rrssaa ! Gen; Jackson in the streets of f indignation of the Hon. , Senator sUch a pitch that he was unable himself within the bounds of prep in a towering nassion.' he iore Lli iarit riwa hisntclt. with . the flxelartijtti t iW J Jk j il '! some time." Like a srjoiiot'ildTiw: hT..r.ar nnn n.v' 1k:i Kobe,rt J; Walker soon becanU Gen1 Jacf - w . ; , sons most seryile and devoted C?e4kis same ra most bumble When Mr. the Senate iitterlv dextituta of nverv. fn3if-ff. r-nlv pride that he traversed , the .Ctl whenever he could get an ' audie j v . ".'-- 1 wHmT uence,. Jnckow endorsement of 'Jhxi td iw he has th UnbIushi.nge(Tnx.t:; 'C-dire arid glorify himselt thereby Ci-r C3- isrir Cif- fered hut , upon one suhjsf .7U!? fa-i.cn w whom he once denouoced ri a trrcrt crA UW1W. i "T.ri.;. r:4;--''- k - U-; J ...j J d:fer 1 orljg at b.r eppcied ta tb' dipoti .ytUro, whis Ira thfjr;JC! mpant individual sooa btcame the in-Misaiwippt r :-; ouy .vire jwu itrtrt- and4 sycophantic idulat6r' nnlamo frauds ana ouirages upon sa rtgcia aur.ao nwgraBatjieceonngjour ; Walker bec to of the United; StsU3 to b ccmpany, in wnicn icooeri J; aer. wtns a tffMir bank deposite eyi:.. ws: the cs?j J Vrir-V'InTBl I A rZlfZ Trir-r -ra cfG-5i : JfttJ"-Vr-ii w-J-Sftf nngs to itrcr.rU3 coneww mis .iiacrowii53fC? rmrr 1 -.ir t?.rr WIB "M a-J-.il -v-tilfct thnyffial feHfcl beautifu i ustrt oa of -tho clraCrT'lcl' -tfj be am deer 7iui uen.. Jacisoa cpea r-""-r; ; v; A r. I r " . . vi.vii,v -nt:t!.atnhVect.5 ; TIIC BALLOT COX. '' mx 'm.sw.; arcs:: ! " Frtsdoa1! contscrated dower, , ' i Ccsket of a pricolcu gemi : Kotlr,beriUse of power , ' ; - Thsa imperii! d: Jon I , " Corner ttdes on' which was reared . Liberty triucphanfdont, , ; ; When her glorious form appea rod . v , Midst our green mountain home! Purchased by ai noble blood - At in mortal veins 'er run;, i- ir. By the toilrof those wbostoqtil . j , . ,; 4 . At the side of Washiogton-7- , ,t . r By the hearts that met the foeV V. On their Dative batttc plain, ; ' " Where the arm that strikes the blovr ''--; Never needs to stri ke again. ? ?t Where the craven that would dare l-h' ' 1-Mar it with polluted breath! . w I -Scorned and cursed, be his to share The traitor's shame the traitor.'s death ; , Let hii faithless heart be torn, - JFrom bis recreant bosom riven, , vjf And upon the whirlwind borne, . . ' ; To Che carrion be given ! ' f . a , j . mil v ' . ;' i Guard it freemen ! guard it well I ' 1 Spotless as'your maiden's fame!. Never'let your children tell v Of yonr wealcness-ofyoor shame ' ' There their fathers basely sold What was bought with blood and toil; Tliftt yon bartered eight for gold V Here on freedom's sacred soil. Let your Eagle's quenchless eye, ;, ' " Fixed, unerring, sleepless, bright, Watch, when danger hovers nigh, '' From his lotlyl mountain height" " ,,; While the stripes and stars that wave" r v O'er bis treasure pure and free, ; The land's Palladium; it shall save ' The home and shrine of .Liberty. , : v THE SLAVE ' TRADE. , V SAMUEL LOVUU-,' " - -l When Venus first rose from the waye, f - v , j " Where of sea form they gracefully made her, Three cheers for the goddess they gave, ' i a .ha innnnhoil in her hr11. the fair trader i Bnt she.-an insurgent bv birth.' alaVF UW W - . j vTjnfetter'd by legal or grave trade; ' And defying the laws of the earth,'. ; . j ? boldly embark'd wTthe Slave Trade. : - .' Kf er me wwiu iron ina. iivui vi Mil iui . f ,,- U She carried her Slave Trade victorious;' . , And then to her daughter of earth, ... 'Entrusted the privilege glorious ; , " i j . 4tJnfettered'she cried, never leave . ",t 1 1 One slate to object to -your brave trade,' . : While you stand on your coors, believe s'-.tv I v You may always insist on your Slava 'Trad fOb! 'tis glorioosk heart to subdue, - ' ' By the conquering light of your glances, 5 ; By the.smile that endangers a few, 7 ; t :.,r; ! And the sigh that whole dozens entrances ! f ... Unnd not a link of the chain: ' . Stand by me, each merry and grave maid ; Let senator thunder in vain, 3 f ! . The ladies wiU still have "Udr Slave . Trade." r..f fi vt4 tk$-rt'r tii' ip- J. nat pre-cmpuons 10 9ccu irtUu speadators is boll iuat and pears to me too clear for area irauurt mvus.v c? I we 1 tiers, I nnntfraPf tl: poor squaUer ,Ha any;!one forgotten the time wheo tliis .nine Robert J. Walker --j. z I L . Mr aMM Arw ws P"n?'P to i esl speculating companies ever iorrnea 1 . 1 I me nijin nanaeur n. I wmimu v p I WbS JJJ" wttlerfS was iIr.VWaers LWher:thenfiwavthesytnpathy wmcu f r. waa wo so rtrri sets a to restrain Ja wwress, is aa nanawme aepe- any-raaK uaojuieiy ountjcj prr;-3 rietv 'kndl cinien ot nypocrisy,&ana aemagogueisni as 1 no pas? k fqo wuoic cour fsw nave ever, seen, jue lane pt poor,set-1 ermneiu uunng me lasi icn years, in.a4w f and : their protection T, ai "heartless pf pnwnent measures, ,ii3pc;-t5sti cf- : rifii tal2 f : fiVnd.hirt ft .r I fiGe. and its US8 cf lb3 catlC SZl 1 leading sninti w no aoes not rememoeri rcu, wuuo pntcuaiua wtinuw.i-T .t WaTuy .practised, hy Jhis frclry call r.epfawci--iitf;. Mand sales? ;Wliere; then t , ;V$$7K niUlrJaL frieadshio for the Dbbr - v .T: ' . 'n$7l t whafie 'note denounces a heart: .tusW .f 9nTP?Pte:l .- Ui ..ui ll...1 ..lH,r tlt.l n.oH nrihasa fv that. I DficrruaUr loineeann oy exionion, ai.j 1 x?.ii wis'iw , I , "r;? - - . a . !l . . a.. I 1 J " - L a . 1 t it. ak i haunt hita. vLfo: tha rhcri cf rr" V t ajacDcth, they a-e with him at the f";!-- in the revel -ia . fcb t ?rr-.-'l:: -'""j hoverrounrl hira. rr,d iahb rrilJ tli"! stare him in the face tX cr- 7 f But the "niirr-Tib.ti ,V Walker by h:i tr-J t"Ji3zziL2i fortur?, even chncli et the sacrii.ee cf t' j -:r.!:3Mn'd nc? be fcsa i.:j, C... ;a t xxxxa before the pecds cnicothle tears and hypocritical -3 bJ ibout protecting the pooi settler frcca M.lrrJ less speculators? WfrerO iXrzs fabyca-i my wneo mo HocK ,ot ; tu::"TC3 tAzlt among the number, were fecdicena fatten ing upon iher hard 'earnings of the eettlsr? Whern thpn. ur fiio ftmiMilitii i(LLk. swers where f While on this suYPrt m will extract a paragraph from a ommunica- tion addressed to AJr, WaIker'intiu fcort Gibson Cfrrespondent. ; The Particle is writ ten by one of the firatf gentlemen in CUi- x borne county-rfi gentleman of the most un impeachable character and .standing, and v: one iocU known to 3Ir. Walker;' He will not be under the necessity of calling uocn. the editor for the author's .name the allusions in .the article will indicate to hint with' all possible clearness its authorship. But here is the paragraph, and it shows conclnsivclv? what is' the opinion of many o(he rsVas weU as ourself, in relation fb Mr. WalkerV specu 'afi ?nd honesthereofv ijiCI ;i 'I had long known you as a lawyer of reputed 7 moderate fortune, hhef at those sales I saw you ONE OF A OOM PAN Y OF LAND sfCOLA TORS;4 A ND "WITH ASTONISHMENT I LEARNED MANY- OF THE NEFAKIOTJS PRACTICES OF THOSE COMPANIES.. IN W WCH. l THEN THOUGHT AND STILL THINK, NO MAN COULD PARTICIPATE WHOSE MORAL SENSE WAS LESS JESU ITICAL AND ABANDONED TIIAJf 'THAT -OF A HIGH WA YMAN.' " " IDENTITY OF FEDERALISM jlkd van - ,..viMBURENISM.av: -.; Nobody? will dispute that, MrV Alexander Hamilton was a prominent pillar of the xld Federal party of this country. Ilia writings more than those of any other- man, embody Me Federalism, ngninst which Jefferson ' preached, and which had until ' the present day, been unpopular with the4 peoraf. The gi cat ahxiety of Hamilton and the Federal ists was, Jest, in framing our government, it should fail forant of, strength- -fir -want of power in the executive to check er tocon trol the democratic tendencies, 1ch they believed would result in disunion ncd tr.n- chyvi Accordingly we ad I larni to,' in ill? , his writings, turn to ' this object, isd :-'eV urging Xhe necessity of making t!a povtra-' vtrong, and clothing the Execdttve wiu lirflP powers, in order to preserve thet puLIte hS- t erty. 5 : HamiUon I psrtladerlf vuizug Cz2 , ike national revenues should be ccllxlzd lj officers appointed bjtkgtnchzX&$ t-pHSATl "tltftt thfir nnrvinfinrint !-rf- reason Uiat their appointncant, and also Cat ' of all military oScers of every rixlwctD BE THE aCBASS OF CRRATCSd IN TU KtTtJ- or ot? each Stats a mass crntrunz t ' FAVOR OJS THBl Fk2ERAL GotSSSStZZXTtJ rrhe great danger, he contended, xras, cot that the government would have too rsch, but too little power, to preserve the nzicbV rigues ofthe dinerentj doi$oq: I i I World, than that the whole scope cfjcp!?s i ana renisren $ poiicv-cas cssar stil t public ands, cctead fJirextlyc. ate mpngthe tta:pi 5ai?CUi4 I an tavnvnl IIm. 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