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Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - December 19, 1848, Hillsdale, Michigan WHIG antl per Annum in SO if within their by ihn Carrier will be charged fin until at the option of the rte 40 cU. Mia the ttt utl cu. far PRESIDENT'S Fellow nf the Senate and Haute of Under 23, WHOLE NO. 127, to of the only question which or o- ami nf our The nf N. nnd zic I Efd I of the thir 2rr.il ntr ThU condition of our For- eign Relations renders h for abroad it happened our noble in nur rog tno In calf your attention more especially ulars and victorious up i an extent nf tii in j territory ai the Tiie of tu I on every however It has bern my constant aim and desire odds The war with tn cultivate peace and commerce with nil ico fully developed the power re only that are an I ul t-i and j. the tn. ihi the States and tho IVi o The Mississippi so lately tho frontier iy ns of our in belief the addition of the late iho authentic public to deliberate for the public ik TT ut home and j government to prosecute I United States are now estimated to the true a just anil necessary f j ns B-S thf nf policy of our all the usually attributed It js by I he gratitude of tho Nation to sublime and moral spectacle to the the The troubled and unsettled i of country more particularly in I 10-10 of some of tho principle European 1'o.v-, of a war earned on an I tie of the rr riim it hum the limit Mexican war has the the to nf U to 3.100 thut 1-1 of f ia xri v mil nil mid O an ol 1 j one h df of of event of the coast d ers has had a tendency tocheck and embarrass and tn depress and our throughout iho commercial i ai a I but notwithstanding causes the Uni- prosecute ond in our It i hat led States with their abundant war our own out cost to the to have felt their effects than I hey thai our statu aimy on the out huve in the any other and all our establishment did not exceed society of ests are slill prosperous and to just and n In reviewing the great events of in peace are contrasting this agitated and protection of their state other our own peace Hanging mg aimy of zen such ad fought th if df lived xx h do tailed to repi its i i as to the imr 1 i toe u l tins t' mi Mis to the I C- i i fun ili d in l 1'lifi.- i- r. -In nf sn i lions in ide be IS VCI V I ll Hi It I ul in nn i of IT v i I t i tin t i they had not conceit ud the our strength not con -o full I mainie nn and happy we muy ure in tlm of u 1 unless mig lich unless hu fur ii had no t mi II oil nf the main -I ls HIS oi Europe The of tho army bad are by civil war h not only miy ol j P W intestine settle ail our im- navy S cal controversies bv the peaceful to conduct of 3.-G3 of the tight of nt i Q whole duty U he to the box The great maxim so That it j the of to deeply mi the of our 1 out hostilities not j of the and of she Tex i il to be e 11 cts liv tiii be .I I hi xx IID In i it fi for which no j navy acting independently aj as in n 1 ol ttm mnt t j led prevail is our i had beeti a our in the con- tsl force and violence citizen soldiers to quest of tlie capture nl em nf other but that the of mnj con expressed safeguard against Ilis a subject just that our lame I lal to Ui and tne and id nnd nn M-i and character a continue can in a be the and J could not have long in the into the Unlike i Celtic i iis limits u are ubiri nf uf the p have jone to tne advance in the estimation of the To our fiee it to be that while achieved at tho price of tho and im x in other under tin necessity tn drafts d the in exi is due i th reign p r nn nnd ah for 1. .tl III on the bv and e p of out of we have Won or the such J munitions and j of th xx as tho number of Volunteers fiom the they a that for fin in t- of the our honorable in ilie ll i 1 the in making Uur extended com ii tions and should be i and lot and be to remain this immunity from the evils of the it. at In Our nrc un- j is uninterrupted and of un in- creasing individual comfort and happi- I am happy to inform you that our re- ins all uru und Advantageous treaties of com- have been the last year the two j not only and nnd among tho private Mid to Siva the restrictive aio of tem of Great our for- any country I lie tame in 1 the operations ol the Inve a into uml of of as a pi i xx and 1 h iVc t in the 1st h tve been c mni like those fiom population H to of the any other They comprised nil and the tin vice JJ fallen into die of under the ol the of the fur has been 3 more liberal commercial police ud by other enlightened and our trade been nnd Qjr higher in j er are mined nnd have been accustomed fiom their youth up to there handle and a purpose between of the of the i and tH oi influence and of a or fun GS have thesis avoided liy her i1 f il to iho United ite lift as a ml part id chu Ins bern to on- of tho of out ol nn equal in with the especially in the mote by the I fettled nte to the respect of the at They ate men hw a wai oa and tlw m j 0. To to occupy thil of proud it only to j conduct in an- and in to of s Iy to the preservo and to of Intently of out most x ilu is tin ir was out In nrm to bear on i her ono ol our Sinco do not Im capable of j return to civil i in thr tif mn They to in k to a army upon j to inn sudden but to policy of peace all i; and supplies alliance 11, ono S. and a x n to c much tn a in lidi most to J our great and fundamental of non in tho j 1 use it Wa in hll nations lire j Irit ard and to by this they to change bis ho j nnd reform their political institutions cording to their own and i t l It f 1, to in: ol a their all j hut aUo to U pouty 01 un is ite and finch actual not fiom and necessary J alliance I torv our and out of Hue but from a to d n and those on the sacred fur tho independence of j its ding nati thin at ilic While tins is our settled not that spectators of the of j VICO but iu the organising of- bu con- and to this of the I of in I mind have c i in in u mis that t i. 4 it ni and i in- i 111 nn of ll Th r. n nl of d nt xx h xv u in: A gi i i cot t u t l ne J fiom i ci1 iy I i n r in: of ca. The v. esl IM adj oi id ot M iv in u Im h nl ee I i -I Cl i I I salj lo I i ri a Jo I I ft nt it in i ix any i Im H ol v. IM c on I 1. L nut any i v o. tn vi iy i by I i b -t i to i lioin it i I 1 i nn i it in lu thai In uf ll tn n n in lu d i ihr n-t in ut 7lh nf I. Ii i I i C nl i N nl is nli I. 1 sin u 111, II I n r i in t n-s .il i I 1 IT. ii i I i 'n In -i i M i t T or il nt iin .nl un I t In Jl mi ihr Uur ue o ii in J ii in ic I IM t i i n II I in n. I In -s is ifi Iti in ill mil ill tli it ihr nf 1-1 In- it ul or .ir nr inn dt ul no 11 r. s nl il 3 r iv v Ii I m -j u i i- HI ci -n u u not 1'iub.iljl-; i i u. II is fur and in iti and I M lu -I 1 i T New inn il u Si ie L Ijj .il It n I u in of m my H and car r i lo i i c to i The nf our not i nny nui duties and of th tl it does displayed in tho valor and to and lu ir be I our troops in active and h ii ti point of but iu the organising of- bu con- and to this of the The and branches were sider the un have m that did tif States hailed charged general direction nf the recently mado lo d p Ir i i and tile establishment of too great cannot and importance and J the Fiench us now Imil up in the i and men thin four the annex i nf latitude in to the Slates our it be unjust to j to Union HS a similar in j from those conflicting title to lit our own Federal at were charged Oregon of de- If the great and enlightened j with tho duty nf tbo army ut all tint man occupying as they do a proper and place with all the j was insisted trel end cotnm position in linns nf and as j been and hhall succeed in such n Con- to make it and Upper been l 1 and tho Mile oil 1 lor many hundred a ate and an 1 il M scarcely to en- timitu its wealth until it shall be hi 1 under the of our und I IIP ii -Ni 111' III t lit. nli il I I nr I oi Tn. III I I III I i ii 7.li i. i ill Ii i- In nli it is H h Im h Ill If I I -I i v i IM in i in: I In i II in- Ii IM I i Uni x d nt n c-t in ii I ii 1 ll i mi f i i n -t t u 1'i-m. I nr 1. 11 i i. lie lire I 1 1. 1 I III A -I -I I 1 1 il in i i l in i lli I Minn ii Il i. i till .in I ri i nl In- III I H J II U i I f X 10 i ir mind mn ii co u In Ii at u il th it ro iM ot and spei Ii i xv to and p to N. Oi I; and i out im b n to our 11 a and co si of thai an I lii it our i at the d to they entitled The by tho of these resources fully t I federated samo time to tlie citizens of states dilf In this clasi of our 'n I ton local condit nn the mint l1 mm its the l of of the I of tho of fi the peculiar j it ii that no j prepared by con with each it j army in ancient or m idem times Of bean important era in the history of i better appointed nr than our J authentic in his of Central Whilst it Will 1 army in Operating in un j is con- ican and of n iho of I thousand I tains ono million one ionn on A great promote the cause of Federal i thousand and sq rue at no and con- i's different corps spread over n vast or seven hundred ami sixty on thu California miy be i 1 i. nnd strengthen it must essentially liberty throughout the VVith ell the governments on the con- nur it is nro on a more and satisfactory than they have ever been at any former Sinco the exchange uf the Treaty of Peace with our intercourse tho government of that Republic has of tho most friendly Tho Envoy Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States to Mexico hasbeen received anu and a diplomatic representative from Mexico ot similar rank has been ed and accredited by this Tbo amicable relations between the which had boon bavo been happily and are I to bo long The two situated un this con- and every of sympathy and of 1.I..JV lent of hundreds and five hundred and fifty-nine destined to in sands f miles npart fiomi each and forty while ihn area of j Icani The vast rum nol cm i cut ul the The far fiom iho of bv in lei nnd bv a tedious and n a- S n of cati States in end extensive is t I in rii .tl d r. 1 Ii i. I. i i r nr I. nt an 1 I 1' nur .md In fbc i h iw mil ni ul Si Us IH I ml C1 and N ot tlle uf 1' i1 It nt lli it 111" ut i tn trir t u J. lie 1 i IN uf Tex .in ul JO I in i ilie it nil iv I itc ili n linn ot un dm I i nx H i d i i tlu i i. ilie May If be Ix t nl section ul c mi ilia nl in ix r. tni p in cud fill unr HI if this i as u. id anil 4, nt i ir the of .md the of that I nt I my il ihs and in i dt il in a sincere to Ii ul the lu 11-..i i. ncN f ll 1 in nix in I in in un inin lo ilie i l n i i. il nnw thu In ilu i I. and shall 1.1 m nier ui II 1 it to a I .ni I mint lie yu original j Ii the the of j tin n the whu in iv thesK m nothing short of tho vigilance tho an and extraordinary energy of into merco must exist the of this to them together in cers could bavo them to provide Mountains contains millions the army at all proper season five and teen or hundred and eighteen million onu hundred and six thousand and fifty eight These estimates show the territories nc and our exclusive and dominion have been constituting n country morn thin half ns largo BS all that by the U. Slates before their If with all that was requited in thu difficult It is but an net of justice to thit tho officers charge of tho several under the immediate eye and supervision of tho secretary of performed their respective duties with ability energy and they have repealed less of tho not ing been personally exposed toils perils in than their companions in but without their forecast efficient aid and those in the field would not have been provided with the means of achieving fur and their country unfading they have won fur When all these facts arc considered it B matter of so much before and inchi probably be fit of Ft and adv iho samo in to the at In all nf the great and rapidly increasing No nf our it in Situated on a sufficiently or be more than Oregon be from tho for all tho navy ns as in the commercial navigating and will still remain the limits of i marine of the and convenient interests ul the Eastern will still remain New Mexico and eight hundred and fifty thousand and squaro miles or five hundred and forty millions twelve seven hundred and an addition lo more than one of all tho territory by the United excellent timber diates by the United it must become our I Our in greal naval i ry part of the Union be greatly It that mines of the by it. As our and nav cious melah existed to n considerable extent in California ot tbo timo of its Recent discoveries render it that mines arc ex- arc and extended exports nf agricultural products and manufactures bu arid in the opened cannot huw upon us and all nf our to patriotic it ol h of fellow ol iif in the of by our in the of most and us with the that joy iu and band it down ed lo those who may cuine alter in of the high 4iid duly which we owe to and to in I jou may be at jour nl ihr its and our ed ns a to at its dangerous which in our pith if not iu sumo one of in sonic other which miy be In of the of the acquired of officers of ihs navy bern to tn the coast ot California and Oregon for the purpose of i and re- port to the erection of
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