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Allow the violin and the bow to be pendant on the For there is do physical energy to be displayed by indigent, aged &lward, , - t For he has departed to the abode designated by . a kind Providence, for all pious, humane and benevolent colored individuals. -Uncle Edward had digits equal in longitude to, the I bamboo formation which springs so spontane 1 ously on the banks of ihe Southern Mississippi, And he had' no oculars with which to observe the bcauiiea of nature, " And he bad no dental formations with which to '. masticate the Indian meal caltc; .Consequently he was forced to permit the Indian ? meal cake to pass by with impunity.' ' When Uncje Edward relinquished hie hold on t vitality, his, master was exceedingly jgrieved, And the lachrymal poured down his cheeks sim- i ilar to the rains Irom neaven, , For he knew that the old hian was laid beneath rra nrnia: would never fiave' Ihe pleasure of beholding the rihvsiuL'iiumv of the acred Edward anv , - - - u , ' both.'. ' -trncU Ned. '5Jie knew a darky, ana bis name was uncle O he d'Cd long ago-long ago: . ,. lie had'no hair on ihe top of.lib head,'. , The place where d wool ought to grow. y , u-'.'.C,aoiiif. - tj down the. shovel hd tie hoc, , JIaog. ap the fijille and ihe bowj .... . For no more work for poor.pld Ned, Hf's gone where the good darkies gok, , , Ills fingers, were long, like the cane in the brake, , ;,' -t And he had no. eyes for to see ; n ,t., lie had no teeih lor to eat de hoe cake, 'Sale had to let the fioe cake be. " ! Lay down, Ac. One eold.frwty morning M J"J d'rj. , Oh, tlie lears down massa's face run like rain; For be knew when JS'eil was laid in the ground, fU'd Dt-bber see his like again, f f t f . ' Lay dywn 4c, a couple of'baker'a loaves, of which rome of onr people were as fond as citypeople are of getting now and From the Washington Union. I ed the italement of Mr. Peyton" with' an I in case of his election', would not l.n Pre!- THO Appeal OliaiTaylor Democrat..;,;, lemotlonthat was not tp be mistaken or dent of a party, but the Tresidont of the Incompliance with Mr. Lippard's re-Iovaafa;- ney let mat eitner Wr.reyton whole people. then a 'good taste or country home ruest, we lay the following communication wr ..V nai Aacnary 1 ayIor nml Ana with your le'ter in my band, I ad rriakel' -. w,,--fr,j. before our reader. It U a bold, animated I Jn.l" "el repeated pledge. Un J dreued thousands of my democatic fellow - iWntn." onLrl T "Vl,aM ttirvinr .nn.t tA ik. pM.LtanK rW I er tne influence of thia widespread feel. I citizens, and. on the aecuritr of your un- cottage came in sight at the turn of 1 have no doubt, with its author, that thous- the road, "suppose we have a little nl8 of democrats were induced to vote for fun. with granny. Bender ?", General Taylor, in consequence. of his , "Agreed," was Tom's answer, for P!edS08 and we doubl not that wmost all U'. waa hvnv. r,la. f,, cr of them will abandon his administration in Wa.had not fullv dfiCidd imon consequence ofhls having violated these ing, 1 made bold to write and send to you I broken faith, stated that vou could not in the following letter. , Its, very, abruptness any event, become Jthe President, rnucb of style indicates the sinceri ty which ira. less the creature, of a party. Upon your polled its composition: ' y 'j ; . own solemn declaration, I honestly advo- , f . PniLAiirLpniA, July 3, 1819. cated you as ."the President of the whole Cexebal: Will you regard a word from people.";. ' r- . - ' , m "-I .) f . : .1.. M T AtA C a inttufr.A . t. a What we Would do, When we bad r V? rn-.:- r. ',:vli.i.ftf. an !. ilthourht that vou could ever beeoma the tome up tome cottage, ana paused Itj beUieiunrain statement is true. Geri- am induced to trouble you again; but kav. contre of a meje party administration. Had to settle oar mode of, annoyance. erttl Taylor could never have been elected ingTaith in you now, as I have had ever 1 en told,' by you, that you would ever The only light .within was the dim I u,iihnt ivj ,s tt, T,vln, ,imnrrat. since I oledred what literary renhtation I become tho headofan administration made flickering of a few small sticks burn- .nfl ha never could have obtained their I possess to you in mr book Tiib L.uPl of whig politicians, I could not in any 1 and for something to drink. IIeie;lH inrrin th hnnrth" . As wn ifnnd near .L. V. n ocirni m Mnifn'n. 1l.ifil.r " Tyr.,7" I case., have advocated Vour claims, nnr I imn inin f...o. t o .- . . ..w v.vv - vuirs wiiiiuufc uid incoiico nuxtu uo t-". I " " . ....nv. My.w. i - . i jva " w w w cicai iit9 at Wlicc the window, listening to what was We call the reader's attention particularly -rltatike bold to say a frank word to the W04i(1. 7oa have received the votes of a Lun- gamblincrjand drunkenness, under nrn going on inside, we found that granny to the correspondence which passed be. general of the people. . . . A 'dr PenJcral" jn I enfesyirania. : . : hence of being the enemy of bot&. was praying, and a little" to our sur- tween Mr. Lippard and General Taylor Ibis is the case. With thousands oil 'Ow, uenerai, me smoKa m ine contest Beware of the man who is alwara r- r.i I ti, i,. I demnrmta in tl StniA. I rfonpnri imnn vnnr I nas ciearea away. lou are ine i resident. I I r i . . - J i(ioc, usivm lur iuuu, uuiH.g iucvauiigu. wuc, i . . , ' , ,r. 1 . I p.,,.j . ,t .l r .. t uoasiing 01 ins nonefiT. rveep your As she expects to get bread from ter to Mr. 1.. has been Irequentiy publish- uecwnuion "inai you wotira m no case oe "i"'". - 7 "" '' hand near your pocket book if vou m.-u'i . ... . . I ,t nr. i . i.i... .f, i-:,i s. the Presdi-ntofa nRrtv. hut t h President I pledges, you are the' head of the eovern- L .... . . . . 7 . i'u-'kCl """ you ven,. euiu j, irreverently, i supi" . . . "I " , ,, "A j..' , ni k . , , . . . wisn nis uoast lo be made eood. a a I a hi a,, as ia t . . a JVaerAt A fhA aamvl.f III! lilt I If I H 1 1 1 S II I rim IV Wi II 1 I II H I IM ITiri- ' i ' I ' win nave to be. accom- m r? I " ",:.,P ::V" 7 il Ha v.. f,.!fiiuj ,u..nut..i A.t, crais 01 1 eunnvivania win voio lor you oy ivugva. hurSdredd and thousands. ! ' I your own heart call bark that iron pur. matters too much. Allow an old man. hcn to name some things, and some kinds of persons he has found it advantageous to avoid. He waro of the man wbo sporti with sncred things, or with yourtiics senso of moral duty his friendship is al wayi shallow, and often insincere. ' Beware of the .man who" uses ex treme measures to get you to drink with him out of friendship. Jle will be first to desert you when lie has ful ly succeeded. lie would leave you in the gutter to be taten by swine. Beware oftlm? who "solicits votiTo play not to gamble, merely for pastime heaven pose she modafed." ' " . . ", , , And turning from the window, I clambered up noiselessly to the top of the chimney, a feat of no -great difficulty, and tumbled my twojoaves down. . , ' - - -- -j When I reached ihe window again', in ord'T to pee what effect this mode This letter sheds lightMpon the General's. It shows why the Gene.al wrote his letter, and how it is to be interpreted. ...'.. ' - PiiitADKLPitiA, May 22, 1849- Will you pardon me if I make bold to But we are told that you are exclusively I Pse, that clear souJed , integrity, : which the tvhir fnn.lMain m l.a mn o u.t.trr I bore vou throuirb the carua'ce of Buena Vis. elected as a wbiir, and under whig issues. ta--survey the faces, of your cabinet, and indirectly; disrespect for, the authority . i ine iaces oi mose paniisans ot your caoinei I ji i urenis; ! ,IMW or ol KiOd. Up- Beware of the itrantrer who boasts largely of his wealth., Commonly ho is a knave, a fool or a bankrupt. t e t.r i . . r ucwiiru ui nim who teacnes, even tci;. l . .1- c. . . . r r i r : i ...i i ri ri ii in is ue me case, tno oiate oi rennivi. E iSi: wi rJSi .P 1 .ni coun. the ym House for the portumty .would make him a bandit you for the office of President of the United I trJ ! spoils of office.' Answer me! I have a or a pirate. For I ;n-, J II 1 ' 'lK, lord Sc&t It It the .Devil , Broushl A ' BV OUR BOB." 1 . In my younger days I was what people call a wild chap, nnd I rather y'nk I was something of a high boy. Aij thing like fun stirred me up from the bottom, and the way "1 '.wcnt.it sometimes when I was stirred up, people snid was rather serious. I believe my respect for religious people was not quite so high as it should have bcrn ; not so high as it is now. This grew out cf two things, a defectivo education and thought lessnrss. Ten or fifteen yeats addod to "my moral life' has sobered me omflwhat, and nt thu present Writing 1 owiv a profound re-pect for reJi gion. I state -.this, that .neither lie thoughtful "cr gay reader may mis understand me, if the story I am go ing to relate, tr.ouid ccni'to deal with some levity on ' matters' held aacrcd. I tkink the rtbuke I tot, of ten as I havo lacghej at it since, put hf laoga corr.j-ktcly tp&a tun and j TOT cornj anion. " ) tTLcre rrsideJ la my neighborhood n pwr wi.ose meant cf sup- i-crt were excpdinrly limited. . Be tween oursieg be-rself lor rtfuraatism, i and rpianing and LaiUirg-, moft of I ter lonely time wai panted. I am i'avsbamed to say, that n uc!i an oc - cat'on, I jc.ir.el rrc wild young chapi in plaji:.g c'T n Lrr, toca at rr.atirg unusual nohts about .it i zjs touie n; x.-zki, smc k.?.z r.cr r,- believe it. . But toset.the matter at lie",,-d 7" and told my fellow-citizens that eraiy i,e frt,,n,j Jike a splendid tomb I am no politician. I never jet asked .r.estl WJ1 you answer his letter with one "'"""' u0ZZA to out wardI beautiful, bat Inwardly rot- . Ar.-' :.,i u,u ..i, hnef and with that line the democratic I nottorget to-morrow "what you pledged to- . . ---- ' . , not rest. ,-n,. .... i:.. x do not believe this to be the case. w a au pieugeu your uo-varo ot the man who svervos- t 1 111 lltK;i - i uctD icobuii, inai ui.u cue .VIIIO 1 m. ..... ... .... C Ikl. n. II VA I . ... ... . . . ' oi supp.y.ng won a uavo upon granny ldea of ,he motive9 wlicb hundred, i noe wno th.uK w.tn me in tin. county do -"-"-" Vr: n at.ous ol bis region. It will geri- ' V i i u i i of thousands of your fellow-citizens. un ncr jviiccs, piuusi v aiiauiaiug vjwu i j arn no politician. I never yel lor having answered her prayer. for an office, and certainly shall not ask luer. ,a . .lDa" ".ne oumrauc TIL.. -J "T!,s .in? Tom, -now one at your h. nds. In speaking to, you. I j a . St! 1 'enn.ylvanl. . j Beware of thej person ; who brin, ..i ,i. , - i , , ? n0t iay, C,!,m l anyiP1,Ucful G;n;, 'd;nVretbct this appeal from trough Pennsylvania, only a cunningly ?'0U ta,e,s "" eM. and you I rather think .1 is," repl.ed Tom. I am backed bv no clique t I control no inan wo lo'eyoiifbr your kittles and e'ied fable? Wa, it you, intention t t0 "Pc ely of others, . He is your "It wont do to-let her . labor un- body of voters: Uily speak to you a. a Jeu me forth to the masse, of the people fnemy; and, will carry and spread alt der this mistake; no. never, in the citizen of the United States, haymg no m. with a lie in my mouth? Tvotchfor he extorts from you, with the addition wor d. aid ' ' " "S i ,.2r 7 taken the position of Washington-Hot "independence of party" in October, in or- Hon or.the tale bearer's Coloring., "Hallo, granny ! and I threw open wh'.IAU""; .s,. ... ft - ' with parties! but in the hearts of the ,oPle. der to find yo in May at the. head of. Beware of him, who without, good the window, and pushed my laughing j"1' ttJafA' V. And ts for the line, say simply," am merecabalof a party? JJid you Liake a reason, is over anxious to get your face into the room. - ' 'TT .7wT'r.,B? V stm the tlidat,.. nod f nartu la,:. dupe of me, so that I miht become your opinion t)f other Dersons. - lit will . . . . I fi ifi i ii !n iikti in iiuirn ti I iA nrai ai Aria " . r j a . . ... . . . . .. . T - -.- bhe had risen from her knees and .3 canlidatt " nupmg and swmdl ng my leUow. publish what you sav udou the house u, ,our "17 if the jUt W.l4.i . citizens, intu the-trammels of the whig toD.-JeWer. ' ; ; , " . partyT Here, General, was the whole case, plainly stated in a line. You were here (old that if the attempt was mado to elect you as a whfg, and opoo whig issues, the s'UUo of Pjnnylvani i would certainly be lost )a Tat Inr and the country. . Ai that was about, putting a pieeo of the 7, bread into her -mouth. ; ; to cornprilje.a history ofyour campaignsin "Now, granny Bender ' sa.d.I, "it MexicaV Whilo writing that work, I be istit possible (hat you believe that came vividly impressed with ihe frankness, bread carao from heaven? ' Why, you ,he iron common seuse, the un.wervini oici sinner you, i tnrew cown the sincerity or your character. Sick f the cbimney." , ".' ' ' ' . Iwarfar'e of parties, I looked to you ais the By this time the old woman's eoun-l man who had been called by Providence You know that the whiff party' of itself. or by its own issues, could never have ac. complihed your election, i Vou know that the whig leaders, fresh from the slaughter of Henry Clav of that man wh has for iweniy-iour years sacruiceu to wmgism the best instinct which God implanted in his lisslnlppi Rrpudiation. . ' The NeWOrlcans DiJlta iatrojuces a statement which, the JIor. J. fTer- son Davis furnished Uie e I t r r f tho Washington Union, in reirird to thn repudiation of the Union Bank bonds i ... -.. . I .. . . la: L. I - - f .1 1 lennnce was p ly tgrned towards me, to put an end to he rnercenary bitte.ne.s w. -. "'; nature-could never have elevated you to -with the following lensibla un,! .r. iuo cunuiuaie i , . i l I .a , and by the dim light of flie fire i could j of this warfare, by assuming the positionleved that your election as the.candid see that there were tears of thank fuN f Washington not with parties, but in K't Pp' wou ubsorvo the best the presidential chair. ' lou wcr elected by democratic votes. ! propriatfl remark: W . t a a ness upon her faded and withered rts ol the people. . ' - ! terests of the country. And what wwyour I " were secured ,OVou by fare., The expression of that face . thl. Wc. Tharwier. did not in the least ehanre tl.nnrrh ,M ,n tnt worK 10 WB,cn rt !fvr oU oethil.u t l """"""i aid not in toe least cnange, though Ai(rU9CA ljv iti l)aei amo02 - cu,. tt of August I rece ved your answer which I ?: 7 T" 7f ' s Wt or ,he theme of reproach among the Bags there was deep rebuke m the tones ... hope of oflice, but W to jou by your I)arou. kho flyers. Shavers "and mi ? ..tk -7 ' .&S 7 ?r ,7 it " i with the progressive spirit of cbristi- " . "Tjj .Lrd 8ent ll if 1Uo .dovl anity, are opposed to the principles of the . Di brotTght it . . ; . whig party, as embodied in the history of aikir inu may' be ure I vanished in- the w hig corporation ot Philadelphia, and posili r And now, sir; you wiH allow tiio te ask c i. . ii ... ; i iuiitj i-iiurciT uisiiiiki auu ir param iiomii- u. ''-.' -'-' V" the whijrparty: a class of voters who, im- fPriviS.1 sua uucieu, as sue aniu . ; i ,.- : . l I " i, ; n l.tl.i.ni ........ . , --v -- ' i you one or two qiicsuon.t Iiiab out! lour letter ol the Oth, inst., r-in u., r mi. mUUiUn ... inS ui mi- a i..m .r ... .lg(.ru ui my thei9 democratic votes reproscntod? imailimi iia h r:. niliil.iin lor luo nrcsulnnrv. I , . .l- . . . , stanler, while Tom clapped his hands I who are in favor of jiidiial and national has boen duly received., ' . now bes'iVe the doo' rf. White llous.0 and shouted: . ' .' . I reform who advocate the freedom f the "Good good too good ! Oh, dear II public domain and the iiht of labor to the But the old J id v was too much for harvest of its toil. This idea induced me you- this time Ft - lo desert my party associations, break par. With sundry other -fxpresions of y b'"e, and advocato Zichary Taj lor as this tenor. I tried to laugh with him he canJidato ofthe people. ns we went ofT home, and did laugh, ,n ,he mo n,h wf APT1 lfuq' T"T c,1"n' perhaps, ns loud as be did, but some- ces for the presidency were vague anj un- how or other, the laugh didn't appear wruun..- ' e waig P"':"an..n i niianci. to do me any good. ' . , V a," promu!fnl offlbera .in .i.ii. r V all fairly laurhed at the mention of your ' After that I Jet granny Bender n.m. n .k UnU J- In reply, I have to'tay that 1 am NOT J how nt t..v.t, srnc k.n ' raot to dealh by putting a t-rd vrr trie top ct ter low mnatu,a name inconoesion with that hi"h ollice. Vben the. B lUiuiore '" nvention assem- bled, it w as the earne. .uue of thousands of the democraUc masses that you w owlj j roplo ,oJ (te pojaician,. receive the nomination at the hands ot the I , Whig pSjrs in New York denounced it ,r,,rireu.iir i .uo ui.iucruc ny.--1 a.j Iucofi)co . forffrry. The North Arncr a pahtv candidate, and u elected, shall notUE,TUB I'bEIIPOT Or A rARTV. if Til. Pbrsioekt or TUB W HOLS tzoiA.- I am, dear sir, wiih hi'h respect and re gard, your niubt obedient servant, ' ? ... Z. TAYLOu. Gsobuc Lii'Parb, Esq., rhiladelj hia. Pa. This, you well ' remember, was after you had accepted the whig nomination, in a letter which said nothing at all about whiaT principles, t t- Tho jojlication of your letter f July 21 created a cira eiciterncut arnonz the j t uciaocrai.w aSorters j discover? - " trading on- ficticious capital at all. throughout the country. The charms they were in the habifcf bringing; ogiin?t her was, that she wns a'Trna- dialor" a twindlcr which disgraced the tisterbood of the confederacy. Jt is a fact that those most loud fa their t-ir, the truth must be told; and as I mr ported you earnestly and sincerely, I w iil speak the truth wi;h riiot usicourtly frank ne4. This hope proved fruitless. iiVit -at the !.,, ja phiLdelpbia, (once the organ of phia. alone. DacArrcL Shitwbeck and Loss or Lire Ick tiibCoaut. Capt. 5Iar- shall,of barque lYiWrff-M, fromGlous cpster, arrived at Quebec , on Jhe l2lh umurnuchi up parr, ci Hie crew ana whig convention, assembled in rLilatlel- Ienry c- fcnj ow the northern oi2n r"",D -b v. .uu urij; puuairnun. i, iny unci ere nnai. or tho Secretarr of . Siate,) seized upon the I llttimahf of .danryport. Captain Shaw, ly brokeat the very spirit and front of the Lrord -pr,-rn,, anJi weary column, as-1 SBilerj from rc wry . 1 April, lor Que- whig party were cruahed. -Henry. Uay. ai(.ti tho ersorf to whom the lt!r wss I bee, whic.1 came in ccihsion with thel iuoaca lorin use name ot the wi.it pnr, j ad dreswvt as the betrayer cf jour cnS. ice at4o'c!ockon the morning of the f- to receive-its votes, and Zachary U.. , oihtr journals, however. .wLkh Oth April, whi ti ihe passengers were JJ'or, iflunmated tue hams or tub circulated aruong the masses, hailed tLIs in bed, foundering in about twenty 1 or-'5 prrwmtuigm. proyio ana- H((.f mHh ,)nqua, fiorj approval, and rwi minute after. The captain, first and h"1 "7 otlie.r P"0 ."a b' " - il 'h rd of the ir columns as 'n1 : second mates,-and a few others, left f T "lT l1" c.t creed and watchword of ike Ta lor .... . . ..' . I . DottbUfttB. vtu have often had !rsrnbl 1 . . . ice ship m ite nie-Doat immediately , ,l. ... on CndiBff that their sTiin was coinir " r " . . 1 . " , ' l.muil 'fJ lcl J r not j ir...v:n 1 ' w uuo ton . cuiiwri'-iiif! Ct .may mi j nfi-I$ the c?c! a rat ifn cm'racei in tLIs Im- I:'. : " : ' ' . : Mhwhif politicians or theTeniV.rawh.g,, Lfor0D,..coulJ not lave advJ tlenunciaticns, and most incc -nr.! n the repetition cf the calumny, were partiis who have availed themselves of the United States Bankru; t law, to cheat tlrir crrditors Your election has heen fmitfol only in f thousands of doH.irs. f.-.r ,.A. content anddi!4ifactirtn.'. Klected in I n,l i.fn.-in t t i :... - -VVU (.11(11, and which most of them wnntt J Dot the n rans but tie Lunrsly to pay The Indon Times bad something to ay, not Kii-since on "the tul ject cf the repudiating States. The e ditor f the Union, cn seeing t!;e article. ar- piied to thrr-mbersof Cor rress.thcii in Washington, frpti'thre. t.ite re- th namo t,f tho t!0,di, )uu aresurroundi'd j advinors thon nut even from the manhood of tho w hi' tarty, but from, ill veriest hacks and trimmers."- The t hi. scrs seek t rnlail upon the country, on H coilossal e;alo a ivncm of eriur and ni. rule such as t!i.-,!aced th so'iu tho LaiiH)It!i exiK iidiiare of tW ;frtf !,. quest by tho w hig corporation of PL."!.iJlI. Hi! you been elected ss a w hi"-, and upon theKrenrth of any known v. hi-? creed. 1 w-u!l nit comphiin. Is it not 0 painfol tnougnt inat you, the mi;f of tbo pr-orio, should sit there in Wns-lin jon. as tho ha der ofthe mere frnmcr.t of a party as the 1 eTntadimrnt n.Tt'of a whifi'm I lie that cf 1 Henry day, which sUtcs i a pnnciphs and figbs its baula in tho soji, hni of a whig- works in dMinfM, f h rj ; 4", nnt.oiy c.-;itn,ns. aa ta.....s its down. tundred and twenty-nine paasencers 1 & rb'ney, ar.d luch I.ke doirrn, that W". deserved a l.".! w tiierrr.t, if there bn 1 authorized to ad.r.'.r r- Or.c r.tclt, ocn yenr J tl at I v - ? r ' cn, l ct fcr wb;ca hcVsone ch-'t-been a.ty oe :cr it. . . . t I . -w . in 7 a r ii.i rny cwn :', and six seamen cfTlhe ice, feS of whom be put c0 on four other ve . !. No pen can describe the pitiable situation and 'destitution of these fajsBcers parents wit.-, , '-of children, cbil fren v ''t 1 . of rarect, enl thev them- ti.'s all but naked, ar 1 th crcater ne of tie r rart r.f then froif.KU-n T. r-. c care to un T I - - - - " . . . . a ' . ' . lrmnM pcriU'tl iriih tr rrJJ. before Capt. Marshall reached ilem. e enrses," loih r loud and tWp, j onr election, nr givea you my vote - One yr'fl at Qtsehec ipe ke of twerty-flvc , ? In lie ice, cor.'r,cf r.tly there ..i:'y t-f icetn IT with which thr-y hrea'.hed yir natne tb! throe-fuld k r,:'tce of wLigpriaclples, wl'j p!atrwrr,. and Ifenry Clay, at the feet of ZacLnry Tajl.-r. . y Notn sealed at lb' cnnvenlica rr.i-d the ruins of wb-ritm. and w...nstri in :e . u'.e L'.; f rty.d ljI u i vcr, c-ie whir. f tbe tr--e wILt -t u;.t.i alot.t the l:h "i'-n tH" fs r;.r- l enain it is, that without this dec.ar&uon, (. fi4iowed by your Charleston I:ter.) ... . II . . . f r . yoacoeaa not cave j;aini tae we ti rprtn-j!-nia, famous tir'her Ciddewxrut c re -Tityot nwertj-r.va tbeusand." . Ynt Wa thn r '! r.f !.; ' !'.-. : ' I f tie ejcitenvct i;. rh 'ia'ely rcn.eq'ier.t ui'vi i: t J '.&.:. The wl rartr ia ism wr.;ch s:re ,- poTvcr upon rrciAei jifgttr And now, fir, as 1 wadi ray bar. Is cf the last traces ot potifcal I syl inr,, is I r'-itc my ygrct thnt I evt 8C.cl the t irt nbirh your pkd 's m.!e me art, you at U?, admit thit I fr terred yo't wit'jt? of cHre that I hsve a?vavt Wti tpectivt ly I t t-uch ii,fvrntiiftas thev could furnish bim ia relation to tho matter. . Colonel . Davis, the ilijt-n pushed Senator from Mississippi, $Up- !ir 1 him w'!i the following nernt)- ( I . ? rr Ml lK f nrt.. . I ... t t "i-ivu vict-i.ij r..' m i.rjw If i-M ii', tr ever L--.s been a fcre t u ..i.uor, . I i.trc .ii force in tic ab'u.-lf.n e fr.- IK Ha to tU4Lo aTvct to lo-ok with tho greatest horror, upon tho posit!;, . :e. Tinny ron.-ci. o t: .t the del t is just paid lut tha most e"t SCCUSrr ,.'f rnu j "d h V OT '"J 1 lo 'rai;vt:. charactt rs tlescri r" t Tt V ! rs, rriM f -2 an i t!.- r .t. Tie Cart.-,:a e.-o;Lr r te ity th rive i at Q Mirrtt IV -ffi n in the, t. ' c I I -tr.: It s i - ' of ti' f tl - . d?r Yta that 1. . a. i-.ii iVyt, OrltHUis, solercnly t..! and pUeed your I", ft te ruins of thed!?:n.,'."L-".J L-- This s!",!"-fr.t r'"- ; you a a v I Te nnr r t, t ii f mtiia I'T-ftwi j ctj tt,c vrry f t. 11 ey st-.fditaty per t.'i'-r ih ;,. hre of tiimrJ ( , r.sj uacer t r-,- h.tM 'js- i I f . wiff M- v a Uth r I'. 'TjasaviS rt yt- r vv; a t- -a. '4 as ' ; J in tL r s. f, r. r-4 1 U .'rv-7 :if,r" roi;, B-i- are 5, , 1 . ' r tl. 'la r i I a t - ; " It "id who. work in i f"-r th- p-jsd of ft. r t V n r ar ff ; t r ! - v! .is : in t". ' . , , . . '' . t . !. -Tin: - i a c. tho cut c:: i ! s. - n .s r e i. ,1 t' 1 lv tha '-!-ts a a hat Tt , ' o . i r ' i .. i I f r -i - Y t3 V.i tC T. i - M '