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Hagerstown Mail, The (Newspaper) - January 16, 1835, Hagers-Town, Maryland BY OTT WEBER OWN MAIL Md Friday January 16 1835 NEW HI No 8 Sheriff's Sale BY virtue of a writ of fieri issued out of Washington County Coutt at the of Bowlus against the goods ami and thias Nichols to me 1 have and taken in execution H I the tate fight title progeny interest claim and demand at law and in equity of the said Nichols to acres mountain land lands of imd 1 hereby give notice that on Saturday the inst at 2 o'clock P M in front of the Sheriff's Office in I will for sale the said property seized and taken in execution by public auction to the highest bidder for cash WM H Sheriff's Sale BY Virtue of a writ of fieri fachs sued out of Washington County Court at the suit of Jacob against the goods and and tenements of Samuel Brantner and Samuel Cramer and lor taxes and fees to me directed 1 have seized mnd taken in execution all the tate right title interest and demand at law and in equity of the said Cramer in and to 1 Gig and Horse 2 ten plate stoves 1 table desk chairs and 2 I by give notice on Monday the inst at 2 P M on the premises of the said Samuel Cramer in the town of I will offer for sale the said properly so seized and taken in execution by public auction to the highest bidder for cash WM H FITZHUGH January BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias sued out of Washington County Court at the Samuel and Samuel G Nyman against the and lands tenement of ry Lewis and for taxes and fees to me directed -1 have seized and taken in all the estate right title property interest claim and demand at law and in equity of the said Henry Lewis in to 10 Horses 1 wheel wagon 1 two horse wagon 19 head of steers and 1 I hereby give notice that on Tuesday the at 11 o'clock in front of thV Sheriffs Office in town I will offer for sale the property so seized and taken in execution by pub lie auction bidder for cash WM H- Colonel ELECTION COL BENTON'S TO THE STATE OK MISSISSIPPI WASHINGTON In 1815 that you your name iu fee Cor Vice and that you lit dial Miier lu the Committee of the Slate COM of liy whom you wort in time before your through that CMI known In lite People if the we that high It will be a But What has Mr Van Burin he should be elected Ois is the inquiry as ly as who would veil or of this when much more ular and ask what a man as this should not be made But to answer the en- as perhaps be dent so Car at feast as the comparative merits of are concerned to in mi we in- i vor of a capy of your if you retained one m fur publication at Out place in order that your high to point to his tha Senate of the U- dui tight years he sat ln friends well have an early opportunity nf to sunic person T LYTLE of Ohio ii HOON II A of Honorable 11 January 2d Wd 41 f herewith send a nf m declining the nomination of the Mississip Slate Convention for Vice Presidency f the United States towards my political in part of the J 10 let at once what and I bar i1 done in many private and in ail which I nave IMI the in wait the line which came from a State Convention and tlie first me which seemed In me In justify a public lelter and to tlie in a itl 2 i i in i j form as save mr of on Monday the hml had Sale BY virtue of two writs i facias is cued out of unty Court at the suits of Cornelia StiBler and John W Holliday use of Towner and gainst the and lands and tenements of Samuel Lynch jr and for taxes and fees to me directed 1 have seized and taken in execution all the estate right title property and demand law and in equity of the said S-unuel Lynch jr in and to a tract of Land called Cheney's containing about 30 acres lying in the District and ad- joining the of Thomas Buchanan Esq and Samuel Lynch I by give notice that Thursday the day of 2 o'clock M in front of Sheriff's Office in I offer for sale the said property so seized and taken in execution by public auction to the highest bidder for rash W H FITZHUGH jug what wan for public my any further trouble nn my account U wan io reach in its circuit my friends in ry quarter and as that it must be a il Could return from the State if through and that in the my here wish that they turn their lo same other I cheerfully comply with your and furnish the copy for tion Yours THOMAS H R T H B II A CITY Dec DEAR kind letter of the Sheriff's Sale BY virtue of two of facias sued out of Washington County Court at the suit of Esther Chase and Richard M Harrison use of Dr Administrator of V W Randall against the goods and and tenements of Jeremiah Legget and taxes and feet In me directed I have seized and ken in execution all the right title inter- estate property claim and demand at law and in equity the snd Jeremiah Legget in and 18 of Und more or less tnd the improvements thereon ad- of s- Kennedy and And I give no- tice that on the day of 2 o'clock P M in front of the Office in I will offer for sested taken in execution by public auction to the highest for rush W II FITZHUGH January 3w Sheriff's Sale BY Sundry writs of fieri cias cut Washington Coart the cf W Kealhofer use of Johnston of Adam Kinkle use of John against we of Jonathan Hager John usv of Samwel Young Daniel Alexander Executor of 1 wt viler Samwel and to me directed Mi lor fret I have seurd and taken in all the estate He property claim ami demand taw and equity of the Samuel in and to the following property to his cut lie nf nf a quantity of leather inc opper leather olf skins sheep skins hides in the hair general 40 f and Kitchen 6th ultimo has been duly received and 1 take great in returning you my thanks lor the friendship you have me and which I shall be to edge rather than words er an opportunity shall occur The recommendation for Vice Pre of the United Suites which the Democratic of your has ilone me the tumor to make is in the high cst degree and honorable tome and commands tiie expression deep est gratitude bat justice to and to our political friends requires me to say at once and with the candor and decision rejects all disguise and with tio retraction that 1 cannot consent to go the list of candidates for the eminent for which I have been proposed I consider the ensuing election for Pics and Vice as tht most important that ever took place in our country ranking with that of 1600 when the democratic principle first triumphed in the person of Mr Jefferson and wilh the two elections of 1328 awl 1832 when the same principle again triumphed in the son of General Jackson and I should lock upon all the advantages recovered for the constitution the people in these two last triumphs as lost and unless the democracy of the Union shall again tri umph in the election of 1836 To in that wiil require the most per harmony and union among ourselves To secure ibis union and harmony have as few aspirants for the offices of President and Vice President as ble and to diminish the number of these for one shall refuse to go up on the list and will remain in rank the voters ready to support the of democracy by the of the candidates shall be selectee by a General Convention of the tic But while respectfully declining for myself the highly honorable and flatter ing of convention 1 take a particular pleasure expressing the gratification h I feel at which you have made in favot of Mr Van I have known tha gentleman long and intimately We en the of the United States gether thirteen sat six years h next to each other were always prr friendly generally acted on leading always ed communications and reciprocated and thus occupying a position to give me an opportunity tho hly acquainted wish the result the whole has that 1 have r him so indicated him to my fi the most fit and suitable person to fit the presidential chair after the expiration of President trim In political principles he is thoroughly comes as hear the any statesman on the Mage o la habits lie the cavil or Pn he is 1 desk oM bowd 1 eight clock Meads and look ing pipe fcc 1 Cow 1 nt gro also his in- terest NS 1 two cast Street in the tv in wow I OK Friday tUe inst A M m ike I talc wwM property n for the whole ot private life not a act or defence In temperament he is adapted to the station the times for could more free from of envy malignity or or conic possess in a more eminent degree tha happy conjunction with o much to the successful of public and b a high public The Siate from which he and two aw yeats be the wn also to be taken into thr hi the list of his greaf in the eventful r 1800 turned the of the has ported every democratic that day to this a State MMbers two in never aaw awe of her he has been d by his native State by President jack on by the People This might be Mr Van cn and but it would not be ient for himself Justice to him would the to further the war of he waia jcr cf the New York Senate when the ate of Mr M ad ration and f the Union depended upon the of men greater in a to England and to Canada British anus and when that to the of every patriot seen 0 hang for nearly two years in til scales suspense The federalists tad the in the House of the democracy had the Senate md the Governor for two successive sessions nn measure could be in support of the war Every aid proposed jy the Governor and Senate was rejected by the HOUM of State paper issued by one was the other Continual ook place innumerable conferences were lad the hall cf the House of latives was the scene of contestation ant every conference was a public of public intellectual eacl side n presented committees of its a- blest and in the presence of boll and of assembled ex itself to the utmost to justify md to pet the oilier in wrong te upon opinion govern the iai and acquire the in the legislature Mr Van Buren then a young man had ust tlie Senate at the commence went of this struggle Ht entered it November 1812 and had jus distinguished himself in the opposition o 1 sis t the renewal cf the first tional Bank charter in support of Viet I lor giving the casting vote against it and in support of Governor Tompkins for his Roman energy in the General bly April which not wise be prevented from receiving and em- bodying the soul of that defunct institution and giving it a new ex- istence in a new place under an altered name and modified form He was p borne out of this Conflict and came into the legislature against the Bank and lor the war He was the man which the occasion required the ready prompt courteous in in inflexible in principles contrived the forward the bit's and the drew the State papers especially the powerful address to the republican voters of the which the federal turneil the
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