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   Alton Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 31, 1842, Alton, Illinois                                pill Fur one or For vttcli coitiliinalice 3xSfo aoiluotlvu made to yaarl in namijtl bjlpjy liav crjp vtir te i WiM tiknstollip as nsfor o iSomeitts ibSrRdln tlio BM isr Wncoc B GbCAVciii C M P M J Arex P M H H HAVIIOV JAMES P M WEHLBV P fl M M AM Itillurs on ti tin J Atari Carllnuille Staunton Helvetia Iinraln Delaware Ull Haw ins IrecjiJleM Afn tnl Kings bix Wtle Golcnntla Greenville EviLltAtiic Co JIoiiMiJW We learn 1cuni tlm Poorla Roffislervilijil Ibo most dpaoiuoa hn tilling tn cur is Il is sniil tlie Propli at lias irJereil a Tavern equally costly anil ipIenJid to bo wliicli is lu he caj lei Urn Nanvoo This U tho building in which Juseph Smiili and life bj an act of Iho aro in bold a auk rooms hy perpetual It is Iho Cleveland Plain that the Morinhn Temple nt baa tlodicntod and that of JOQS specially cominis lionet BOili baptized12im persona in a branch of i tho Chagrin at twi atieatl I Old converts arid llieir i ins wastied for he same price qs the malting no diitinolhui between I Did flbcep rind the f The mellent Family Miiiliictnd by Evening j and I livery elegantly ujicin a liirge per ndvanfce1 each I I ket Library f THE LioiKsi fifr I I Animirlhe eiiriiribuinrs to ihii iRfi MrRlbtm Hninijioni nml I It ispinhiiHblind with throe fine en I by Dink ivvinw of nl Hi nmi plil f of ibn Daciimbor Thi Tftblo is woll mul tlie nmice nf new uaiuhppMny is Wmb thn price of fur n whjcli M f THE Agri culiiinilisiiuift piili Iwlmd at is tn ansurnu Iho tillo uf TAe Prairie Farmer a ft or tlio 1st nfJnti J lliUvftliiablo pftperis tn baincrenscd tit I tavn It wjll appear in nn entire new new Una and par in ttlfl United ii has ovorsin most of whom arepnicticnl bealdniBnahln Every I tern Tanner pBlroniao lunving I address and with Lha I wlm Prmitled iu frank remitum j Tlie BtMinmrfoh minwhn niirrimi ilm wid Win Albnny the other has Itenn fnun ilmirii beinji nil law in the old ftge would ly my olulil tu neti denlh mirrow tears an hall InkuJhea arms Old tn calm and quid n f huu It pillow un a tnutlier a breast sit ihmi nn thy futhpr s And let im thj t ICP Eacli Imik ol IUTH that livos m ihco tilit tojrncc AIM Kip nway lliy lillmtr Why nms Or wlmt Hbunlit Wtikf lli rlnldili ICQ Tltis lihiihifMl linnrl Itff Itft aliuip i Oil wutilil I in iliyjoirn shuro In niciM hy m i tier i wi Untnp tlitre I vd D r Idl2 tiII nte nu mure of ihu nod tlowpri in her Hill jioi H riliiligtiliul tu ruain I I Wrtivr It I this liiinl ran And iinicli To iJwtll In my Uitta Alounuin rly fric ndi mid unit Unit dear Iliii tjniviB oi my I iiiouritutiia I Uiecil ytillfjt wiUiHifir o dbjirts I in Iho ul niv ill Htllirt ilMolKfitha I luva bnl my GIUOII iMauulam Vliri stnkoesa ui want i lit oycrliHit ami joy h no Tiathtn ttnit wo uller n lotiij far some iiityins inti tliink of our liomu once licrelht liaiul wiped lurrow TwuMliui in Aloimtuiu loiroft havfl t in tnonnliglit ly a liltrcry atiemu uf iniisinal In tltf ttillncit oftnMiiiniiucri i nit huurjiNi Ul to 1vviu thuiit atiiliiiiun tuuk Ut uHilv Aliicli niHtlu mo From niuuiitain IMJHLIG v rocoedinge of aPublic Mooting held in to lakp Iho present aysiein of discipline nnd laior in tliij Stiiib andits HoiiaelToclB upon the iMcoliaiiJcB and who reside cityand previous the Me lianjci and KrUiorers of AI on iind inot un TSiav t a in he Old Lrd H alumr t titiblinh in uvrn ruin ihf iisp have bvwn recurdtd sincu ihu 1st t innptrftiiro A n I following L I refonnad drunltinNwn tho inily llnil returned from llie Spirit An ttilmfrabio burlesque upon Dicknnv1 8rjid to bj in progress of ia stated from rccpnt stalia I lcl that tha oily of York are daily whilfad away tubaosu thin woud f IP tha sum of l Ltgislaiiiro of Vermnnt hot ftbolishjng capital the re fur dur i iba Govern laiuea warrant direc ie niid Jolin tlary a nil on adjonrtivd 16 i at 7 oclock this at tho sumo large and rcBpdnMe asacinblape of 10 Lnliorcrs and Oilixens of ntui iiltuiulud ul tho ve ing Hhallnclt in Hie cliair bmi Jolin llie deoli at nnd mi liia llubbins wai aiibsUtutod in his nficr some porti cut Uiuir olijecl ilriiduoed pruauiblo and ro vjx v Tfioolijoots anl purposes ol 10 establishment ofa ID ucuro and llio liouosi portion i 10 Iho ixurciso of fnun liinlufitalion by ihu vicious and isboniist Ity Vcilruinlng t IIP rty ofIho sncli inunnur as shall cuniporl witli the diotaius ol limnaniiy and auciiro the desired And The present and dis ciplino of onr State Pciiitehliary Tails ol actiuiiipliiliing any of I he aioresuid pnrpo on Uiu Iho lib urty of prisoners far IIR to undarigur the of the in tlie vicini iy by allowing thoprisoncrB free wiih tho cili for nromid Ami Tlie preiunl syiilein leasing thti prisun and gruntiiig tn Uiu IcsstoHio latxir uf the pris It u ml lu tho snvcro into uf thij Inah as nB ollitir iiiliuinan pruoiici for iho pnrpuie nf jxtiifling a targe iiinoiint uf la Iho I tints ulUiiiifil at sninll uxpcnsu hy ihu cumpKiiiiun with llin frco luhfir uf tlm mechanics and ladur itra ID ino vicinity uf ihu tluir and fur lliu txclnsivc bun i fii uf lliu Tluil lu MtMirt jho nhjiCl of ifc inn m iho fur which ilio an well as in cimlurdi hi ihudtcruif ul ilm wlijrh rcqitire tlm ot hard Ubiif tn tht 11 lie it liftlio Id iitii tHOmled wiihout tho prjtion fur any purpiHu Tlml wilh which the ajtitdrt for iliut trfaded nf ull ul and XLourginguiiii iho is nnd na it in Reanlmi Thai Iho iracticu of working thu on mreets and ur in ilm nn us ha a boon prac ia unbecoming and Thai iho labor of lha tbiiuld be allowed lo injoriouily coma in cojiipeijliim ivMh tho ffto ufiliQ fur the uf ling tho profits of on individual asset oriif al ftrany ptirpnuo txccedidtf the a mount defray ttia ecuuoniical t That HI Iho opinion of I hi a mee there manytiranchci ofioduniry eiili iWh COfflplaln if j aMafrtM of tW Sfpfh llia object ri pttA W ei oiLined tt w i of this meeting B fo gwwmg iM o Ihd m o e Bpirtt olid intoqhunjif nnd operate as ign tmil irnnslir his contract of iho to nuc itih or infejentlnay qVi Jl ie almost iinanimnus voice ol iho citizen V Alt n wiihnut dutiiiLllon of Jleiohed lhal the transmit i py ul tin HI resoloiiutis to onr Scnaiiir am kli I Imr H prcsenlalives in iho Uunjra Assembly Jin ailupiinn of the firitiiinjr priamlik nil luliona was llj stu ral itn tlm bull m Andrew and ulhets and Ihe SBIIII Ihlll adopliil asiupruss ve ulilm sitiliiuenlniif Mr Tilftoril 1C ainig ihin tho olliivviiiif viz That a ciitiimillen of icn person lonppoiiited lo ciniilutu now puliliuu o of Ihe onus already Ihu Loins alure and htain ihirolii am i rivnrd the lo ilur b iiatur and rnliinv s m the rcnoral A lunnlv Thai a a of iliruo be ap uiited Iriiin among the citizens or Alton and lo and iliur 10 fiiiih to protftt tho iniuresisnl he working men and mechanics of oor city fnun undim wnh lie work ul uinvicta in tho us hey Hunk The adoption of which tho nriverehfiirced in a fow briuf remarks on the Illnjuriiillnyaliin uf iho prison discl line and which resiiltnions were ihim linail On Iho meelitiL ruceoded to iiominato and nnnnini ihe com embraced in ihe first residu um when iho following named persons were Edward John M David Mosea Jbliu Jiihn tobert and 1erlcy tnd on Horace LooU And David wore added to said On meelinjr prouocded to no minatoand appoint lliocummitiec rnbraccdiii the second resolution of tho rollowimr ons wero si viz John Jo n liiiiy at was added to said Ilitlliert was then called nd addressed the Mr llaydbii ofTurod for lie viz That in Iho opinion of this the lollings by the Inspoolors of 10 whereby tho present Its oes obtained the illegal and oidiaridlhalthe said in lea ing llplin the biddings violated icir i After snirio rcmatlls by the and favor of the adoption f tho as well as Ihe otijccliiins in the roso ition was adopted with but one dissoulino jlolin nildiim then proposed tho IWIIIR reaolnlion which was read and viz f Thin in caso the LrpSnlaluro imnioli the or Ixmid Ihe for a lunger Irm of iho only Inodo uf priiiiding the frio labor Ilhe iMirhanicn of ivill bn by an ac lal hy Ihe of HIM miuciitioii of such braiichiiH uf industry ns ill lllierliro with Iho Ireo labor of llio ci On il was resolved that a commit pcrsonii be opptiitilod to raise miiey in meet expenses attendant upon 10 delegation In and other pur themipou lowry and Janics Dougherty woro appoint d as On inolion of iiai Iho priicecdings of this mooliug he illillthcd in handbill for the purpose f And that tho Pnhlj jcrsuf lha Allnli Illeirriiph nnd Ieo Ics to publish to siiino in their respeclivii On the meeting fetr wisoks an cd drinl article apptaroil In Iho lipBiied A criidit n in whiuli tliu folt uwinir uLcnrs KtdinJiu iun hai ii id 19 n wonl roccnily dragged ilu Id ftivu a tuftiT nepurl lu ilitliun to h expresses u lr if i unld forever a and in ttu finutixQ him in CQininun t a the ilon involved in It nut ui doiiuritflii invulvei ilm uio qr nut Jun tn in a hiah oitjjlil tu iiiiijcLt an ip lurjr pnnislitnunt BS tre tmre nu lieviinliun in We tliunld Im loih lo trust any man liu uJvucalei the dciotriutt ha fpllovfiujj previous due ha sent ID the Alls the purpuso nf siowing lo iu lha Uuclrinu tvhioh Otill loinu uf by winch it in or or tliat the juJgo ivhcther the a ove wlialeiHla dunnneintion wat rwhiUttr it merely mu Mirjiiff ufiiujiiitifiajlq anil tualignant caj ThU llie md Ip and accumpaniod id rq sal by the reinnrkuble the writer of I bit chirgei ui with laving daaimncfld the dvooatei of thii tjucltine QI rat Our reply lo all tMi Dili iqbjlKl Mo RDPt ti an WyVaiul iruthfulndii yaiiy ihey neqd ti i i y WiePBoplaiMllcAlUny fMiaa by jau manner tercit jmt been lou foiirroaddrlili il fiirtuW yon for tho in uf a furmor ariic uo une wriltc Rd American Crad fur die ouurteoi Ijfoti nottceJ it a one of exciting n liatt by no moan It involvoi agrea ill iun of right ofdn Ul1 nut object tu ID abot pUUHibe fairly tin r jihlgme 9 dt4 no We applied tbo roldu s i elistor is rcjectinfr jxoir accor ling to tins definition a ma who Imd noior been married could nol re palliate his even though some ivoma mightclaim him as her Imsbtnd So people wlmliaru never conlraeled n debt gannot sllnnlv be muse llnj 0110 none Iho w ird repudiation has thcrefuro lioen Lrruneuusl nppllod to the doctrllli held by lo the oUselHut the iivo nu delili whioli the people are moral ly liound lo pij bj taxa ion llul u nu be nsk Imvo not llio pee lie of Jlljiiois I tin Itis iriiu the Legislature passed ler ain latis the uirroiviug of inunoy in tlie nanio uf the and directinglliis money to bo spenl in carrjinjiin ivbat was called asys till of Internal baiitlini Hot they did lliis without any udo quate It nuy be major ly of the peiiplu and after lenvards this I bclioro lo be a I nin cunfulen Ilia a large nmjorit of tin giouple have ore leen opposed to these wild schemes uf the ilm for llie of tlie tlm H tlio sanclinn if a of the slill il duel nol leom to mo su freal an absurdity as Jon lo irhal authority a lUHJortty the puople ill tbii We find unr rjupremo Cuuris of en pronounce laws tobo and al action under them illegal nevprtliiilcss ticrii passed by a nu orily of the andfaratigli hat sanctioned by a tnajurlly o he and at the same quote ho as authority apparently vitliuul overdrpaining they thereby sub ccled llieinsclves lu llie iiiipilaliou of tit eriug a timnilruns If ive seek we not to look at polilical qiicsiiona trilli European ejes ur tuvernmeiits are based on adilToren jrinciplo from huirsi 1111 a hijrher aiid lef principle ills than are any ulllers on dealHttl tho aro bound to nil orsland tlio principles on wliicli they are oiiudbd if Ihey do and sulfer iu coil it is their own This great all of our inure or clearly t ii principle f and indefeasible rights ortainini In every the founda ion of all suiiiij A mi jority has o mure authority tu invade Ihrso hail a single They do not de end on or Iho consent ol They are ai essential pan f the mural nature of and lie can in 0 wlir ever bo divested of A man annul divest himself of any more ban ho can divest himselfofhis espnlic iuvornmeuls du mil recognize ho existence ul so fares they re and lliis is the great uhjec on to such They regard ie world as mado for and therefore intiniially du ho most grivvtois wrung lo iu Hie persons of llieir sub by laxing and starving them for in lu pay Ilirir Republican iovernmonlB adniiuislerod by a 1 the heal and of party or for m purpuso of securing sectional advun may also disregard Ihuso sucrud and the pursuns composing such lillo Ihe despuls of ore uilly of grievous and are bound y every consideration olduly iminedialo y to refrain fniin all such unjiisiifiahlo All such governments are instituted tn secure Ihese and can have no liihurity tn invade Uicin liti ian guvcriimenl bedtimes superior lo the for respect fur all human rights is of tbo law of These principles yon may cull nd Bo tin arc hut m nl If there bo uliy such Inherent and lode insiblu rights as asterlud MB right f property considerod one ul Most of the cutistiiiiiiuns of tin lutes assort JVspulic iuvetnmeni ecoguize its i xistence all xutpl society ronld nl exist ivilliiinl its With nt llnro cmilil be nu Biich thing as ropurly or by the arbitrary naotmoiils uf AH jusl laws respnrl iir based 014 tlm assumpliun ml such right To iisHiirl that the righl nf properly is tho urealure of the wilhoul regard lo a right ivhih is superior In all is in inflect lo say no law in rolaion lo pro perty can bo An agrarian equal or unequal dUtriiiiilinn nfall properly ivuuld be riglit if once A law auiborUIng men ie not Il follows that Ihe tin are bin let us apply thilli to zg e lo repudiate Ilieir jnsl debts wnuld b This I you wil not It follow that th right nf a man to hit properly is before and superior lo all liunian and can not bo elTecled by And what oonslillllos property towhioh a man has an inherent and indefeasible righl against all other be Ihey ma ny or individuals or kings or biggarsl that which a man has produced bf his labor or akilll what ha has received in exchange fur or as a freo gifl from some oilier wbn had thus obtained If n man re ceives the protection of se I it f ino a Sv tliQlt HIT llhclo II o Hie Hlate ca Mr Ihiernal I oolraat4n iinjiruf emeni r which people vrl bobdiindlo iinlosi a party to Uie oootract by liis vihiuf Ono to sum onfiislon irliirsoiTssTnB Ihii aulijiJcl is Hi assiimptlDntlTat moral obligation niau a tach to or maim men totlicir cSl lectlce This cannot bo a rlBlita tlmrouililalliiiioriliillcB itrlo ly indlndiial so all obligalidna bcitwee whether or olherwiie must be indirldusl also No man oan b esponslblo fur a ly aols bill Ins oirn un cannot biod moral or pecuniary obh jalions upon his postorllr nor ilpun ail 1 o deby tins to deny tha man has natural right 11 his own prop It Ibllowsfio1n Hits truisms theVrilii tho inpn lur wtilcli onr Stale bonds ffero IBSIIOC an Hiero is no doubt llio resposiliilit rests sameivhero tho people of tlio Stale ilio would he taxed iCil woro paid by llj S ale do not owe because the Inv lorer contracted Ihe debt or in any wn iuon it llieir sane ion nor roccirot if tho proceods of Iho Iniquitous Iransac ion ho long as there is one mjn in abo Jtito who naa not done the lannol compel him lo pay agrlust his will ir their wild and nliorlne apcrulations riihoni trainpllnE n hi inhcroiit iroperly liulitinj tho Snte and Iho olerual of justioo Ihe aw of erty ours Mr rniTon nol only proper but ighly imponani that all iho nets o u nirvailtii people ehould be y by I Ulta the liberty of ulling you iiliugllio Inauriural ucoiuly piililiahml in your The lirnl gnueral idua by read ig this Adilrem llio great want uf aiu crily which pervades as a Knot calculated lo jivo iinea Very xallcd notion of the taknts of the ill wecannut Imvo au pqiir an opinion il ai in acquji him of a lamenlabladdli fllcy in thn qualilica of muiliir and Irillh Afior having he In be Ihe am mnt ortlm prusnnt Stale Ihuugh hu iicknuwleilges liu liatllllliucun liiiuii in us ho 1 am ajipy to liaye it in my powor t and Unit llinra in no farai inany wilh the of this to uymtnl if tail This annouiicDinunl vaa evidenlly mil for llio uro nor Iur ihe people uf Ibis Stale lor they niiw quite abimtlhii u deeply concerris Furd hiin rlf but u was iittuiided forvvhat tlm tiny rnur Ihe meaning itoclfbrii ers of Europci at lhii are like y to catchat vrliaidun ord ivhon Im IKI djj in any dflpiriinenl nf llie govorn or with iho peuplu of this tu a nd the Plymeiil ui this dubU ir an idnal shuntd anniiiince to his that 0 hail mi dmpiisitiou to avoid the payment 1 a we bhuiild understand that he was tady to pay it to iho oxlunl of INK abilily up all Ini if nccnssary fur in Wo could uudiirsiaml nulhing than thin and if ho Iulluw up uch an by rolaiiiing all the ruuerly in his possession and paying noiii merely renewing IIM already broken rumisea lo pay niXt ornoxl or me the ntjxt as thy Msuliahonraidobiursariialwaya most prune i should wo not his conduct priived a assertion to be ullerly falsel Poid uilil niitciirlainly I hi I his hen placed in lha chair of wiiuld avQiosuch disposnitiii In avoid r of this hn liuoiva and Ihoreforo o can only Ior himsclland thuw who m at ireiiin in aiiilmrity and for tlio pra u as all wlui cumii who h or may do hat they ploasu in regard to this or any her This then is llio Governors ry dcparlmiiil uf iho Knvernment aro artd lo pay as far an Ihey are all de amis ihp have no dis iiition lo iiioW But wo con read pjjr annum wohld piy all thai demanded of tlrom riidy1 iVill not pay thi ifr oven aTiyihinif Governor Ford lappy lo havo u in bin power lu anniiuncu tho rtny disposition payment ft i 1 limit very sitiafictory to Ihninot caijming bund holder He ho i mos viimnary pcc lation whicli utterly failed Ho il now tr mg tu recover from the hard earnings ihe oojiion nf Illinois 1 hepafe not oisp sed 10 be sponged In this way In lliomes liino Governor Ford sends Inm no i deedbiit llio very gratifyingannounceinen thai nu ono has disgoaiitot lo avoid II pnymcni of his tlaimJ If do is nol satisf d uilh ho must surely be my hard t pfome t I rrgril Mr that I ant conipollo lo lako such a view of Iho flrsl public acl o pur Domocraiic Governor bin llio Irtitli mus told The pcoplo wiimt ollowt doub UllUWi UUUU dealing in llieir Bgenti demand hun iity aUroitfh n all subjects of pubho Jr lo make goud tlieir to the mad sue culalora of 18J7 Guv Turd scorn Kelt lo understand ontllliey will nutpardu in him iho repotitmn of promines m Itieir which tlioy are already diUcnninc in no way to fulfill fhfre are somo other parts of this re mirhnblfl Addrosa wliicli I o notic ml lest I tnke inure room than you can spat1 tie Irhust retain remirlu on for future Y Z INhUALto Tlio Annual Roportif IhePuiitnailerQen presents tho alfnrs of the Dupofimcn ji n much teller crttuliiion cntsi receipts wero jroas expcndituroa Kxrcsa of current revenue There previous jhls against the and fur these mjjrm npprojirjaied Iho sum of Of ihh tliorohis boon paid out bo sun f 4302 Of 14 in uf ilioso demnnda slalcs thai there are sitme un atiifiiMl claims whieli nmy probably absorb IRSC but ma general bars onue nf the dcparunont mot its expens Hfl aluu states lhat the contractors liave ncn fully and tlirro hnve no de ileutinna nmonjf Oim fnct is illutlrsHingtho politicn nifjuiiioB nf ilm Van Biiren Adminisiration l in illusirating contracts repurt of Third i vill be thnt llie expenditurn fur mail ogs iii ijtQOiTOd 28 f JO I 40 23 From 1842 hn amnunl expended was but Frntn tn Isi of October A large rnpiiriiun of whicli wan man fjctnred priur lo Tim general alhulos yory pro la the nccessuy of riiduoing the rntis f and if ilio Generul Juvprnir aying tho post a go of own The fulliming in a Tair simonitinl of the xclusivo right ufiho General llie transportation nfinoil hiHttersand the nfnngnment of that right by express nnils the Sin IKS It modo the exclusive duly of the Gen ral Government post ullicus and ist The Slnto Gnvernmenls havo n right to interfere with this subject nei erhasany individual or company ofiindi diuils Much Upon most uf tho Railroads in over whiuh the mail is irannpor d at nn immonifl iliero are to bo und engagnd in tlio trantporU nn of mail in violation UitJ wi of tho which prohibit tlio but donot puuieli it by adequate SECRETARY OF The BilUinoro Puiriot gives us a part of e Report nf ilteSncrilury and su r it it aflurdi ui inucli The first important iinni that the EXITN ruiiBs of HIH have been jry much This is thecimsequcnc tlm ccsjiaiion tlio war in for hich Hie Stiurulnry gives dim pniiso to tlie guroiu of General and a of ihe coMKaiinn uf iho rrmiiiing 8Qr and tho dinim to E williniii Neoinrr but un of llie govcrnnioul at which ilm Liuveinor must Imvu and rgaril tu Ins iimiouuccment to tlie arid cnnniil hu Irno Hn the pri ny nlrendy in ihe hands nl the government id entirely tiilijcel lo ilfl Tills irly hu tells olinun Ull acres nf liiwn ilir miter ulrailroiid liu ciimmiliciiniiits ulvirjuiis ulhir rail railroad and Hunk A JtiJiidi rablu pttrt of this properly wan pur with lliu my for In llie Stale is now ill puople avo never pan fur u by their nnd iiro is nn iilijecliuti tu giving il uu cer ill Iqiinablii tonilii i lie n uf lain Thiy have n valid claim In a pnrliou uf it al And propuso to inakH tins dispysi mi uf ill Hy n Ho nays it cun u at presitui bo disposed of except al a KU and clearly leaves il lo bo inferred m ho is in favor of riving it un to lliu md Ho also shows ai iboro is nu other feasible mode of ray If lliu nm manifest a dippum inline dupsrimunl uf liiu avoid the payiiipntiif the Stale 1 can ncejve nf llml llul flovernur Ford iho e liivunu ninth dlspuslliiin In avulil And bow does he make this appear ilia mint exlraurdimry o hy ihe llul Ihe properly in tho amnuoUd in 41 liiabiml f Hiio inTV boy I all even soppo all the rail uaily in ihu hands uf ihe government to utterly lo psy principal and terest of the Stale amounting in luinn welve or Ofitln Savtnly ill iurely pay He a lax of would bo required lu pay Hie leresil Bui Governor Ford lelU u the niieresii uut uiivernur Kurd Ie U in tin curing to him tho of his right nlll fc j d o ho is bpuod Ic they will nul submit 10 any lux al Ins fair proportion of the necessary ex One and a half per ponso cf ibis but than pfr which HiftHiajurili DC j priitlnni Ior ISIJ hnvo been used llie res idue remains lu bo applied tn the service of Tliu appropriation asked for llio year 1813 is bill being limn lliu approprimion Tlie priipnaiiiins ankcd fur llio Kngincer Da partmetit am in ol tho as it is utfrnrrtins ilm already and lluishiiiL Tlie iiugTegalo uf llni army is thus aimed The regular uulhorizid by consists of seven hundred and ficven lern commissioned tiovenlucn Btore of wiiinn nrteou aro atlarlird lo the and two tu tho liartiiienlt two hundred and filly men for Ihu Ordnance amis even Ihuualid iivu huiidrud and ninety noli tinuimisBiunnd wonly chaplains and and many vcrjjiinins as Ihero ara llllli lary Ioragn and wa HIMI sro also employed in itTiiiiiiiirii from time iicciinliiig tu the of thn Tlie act nf Aucit reduced llie rank and Olo of the army retlticlion isgrsdusMy proceeding in lha rnun ner cuiilemulalid by llie and lha accurdilig In the last ia men II is supposed tlio prescribed minimuin will hu reached by the beginning uf lliu year From the general returns uf thn ao comimnying this it nppiuirs thai lh wholo imiuticr of troops now in i cniKisliiig nl ull nuiiuuinmnisilliud mns lli and 817 ted men of The nggrflgaie ia 841 km than ihe number slated in tliu al Tliu Secretary refer tn the clear and aim pin Klaienieiils of the Cliinf fur an of that jlprii of the Tlie report uf thoculongl uf ex hihiis a mimiiraiifyingaccuuiii til iho abili ty and fidelity til llio olHiers of that and of llie rosulls ofllioir 25k tha lUlf of Iho Treasury rsridend Wo7 6 ufl i ilindijpinsabfa tu su seen that many impiirtint wnrkte oihcrf ifi a 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