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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - May 4, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                MAY 1838 ol a xecution hHuedaul the ftr the county or and ptafe ol ilirt lhe ftni of Jeremiah the county houti ami 6f m favor o John U on the ninth day ot January year bord thousand eight bun rad thirty 18 WO told on all the title andinier iitanAio DefonU havf been made in the payment of a oertaui sura of money secured lo be paid by a denture of mprtgdg3 bearing date the twenty eighth day of July hvthe yeair Sf our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty executed by Vine then of the couniy Mon roe in the slate ot New to Enoa Dutton of the county of the elate of of all that certain piece1 or parcel of king nnd being in the township pf Albion in the said county 01 Calhoun and state of known nnd distinguished M the north West quar ter of west quarter and the north east qharter of the soujh west alto the north south quarter and the west lialflhe northeast quarter filso fifteen 15 acres of land from the north of the south county and state to wit weat quarter of the south went all on nnrnDer ten IU of the worth east quarter of secHectioii number twenty three 83 4n township in township numnllmber three f3Vsauth of ranee number four 4 J i j nincp oarcel or iracf ol lands Ifing and befngin the of r described as to the northeast fourth ofthe south and the north west fourth of the sooth eaat foorlh of section number twenty in tOWtaihip number two Sj oouth of rtnge number four containing eighty acres of according to the or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount due together with the costs of said will be sold at public auction ten IRffnTgHeil anhfccourt hotaffj or at the last place of holding the Circuit court in the said county of Calhounand state of in the Village of on the eighteenth lay of in the year of our Lord dne thousand eight hundred and thirty 1838 at ten o clock in the forenoon of that Dated Mar March RICHARD 68m3 Speech of OF disbursement of the national tWe heard nothingof thesuperior virtue lion number in on her two of range number six i WRBt containing twohu IPO acres and sixtyfive hundradths be the sam leu acres and sixty According to the survey whicFIoTot land I Shall village of county and elate ol ATichigan a ore Son the eleventh 14th day Iu the T eight Jiundred fifteen 215 c more or le is which of gajj was recorded in the Registers bT Cbffnty of Calhoun in the state of Mi chigan on the twenty ninth day of Ju ly in the year of Lord one lliounand eight hund red an 1 thirty IdJMJ at ihirty minutes past two in ilio aternoon of that in biber A of m ORTGAGE hay ing been made in the payment of a certain sum of money secured to be paid by a certain in denture of mortgage bearing date the thirtyfirst Hay rof January in the year of Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty executed by Nor man Booth ol the township of in of i alhoun and state of to Deputy 70w6 IN Langley f Jonathan a Justice of the Peace in and lor the conhly of Notice is hereby given than an attachment lias been issued in the above entitled on the anfilieation of the abovenamed agnmst moneys and effects of Jonathan the abovanamed de an absent and that the above cause been continued for trial until ha daj of July at o clock In the alter noon of al the officeTJ in the village of x Battle April Charles Morfit of the state which said mortgage Was record ERIFPS virtue of a of execuliin issued oiU of the circuit court for the county of Calhoun and StMe o against the lands and tenementa of Randall Hubert inlavor o he Farmers Bank of I did levy on the tenth day of February bv virtue of said ex lots number sixteen SL seventeen in the UpperwllBgro accordiug to the sur vav o O which shairspll at pub lie the Court in village Marshall on the eleventh day ol next ut three in the a lernoon taree o c Br ISAAC Deputy Man h 70w6 MORTGAGE auii hay iiiK beenmaaa He puymnlo a certain of money securedto be paid by aocrtuinin denlureol mortgage baanng dale twenty thirdI VHd day oi June in me year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ihirty made and ejfeculfid by bamuel ol r o Cullioun in the slale ol to ChaTrsa PulmoMoii anil Samuel 01 the stuto which said mort eaee was rcfiorUcd m tliu 01 the Register Sf Seeds ol theSujuniy oi Cullioun in ol Michigan itlor day ol in the yeorul onr uiousanu eirthl hundred and iliiny al hull past twelve iu Liher luorlgug ti folios one und MVJ I 0 i l Wllt Deputy Register the umouiu on thosuid morlgnge at the UKpublica tionof this in tereet and coala ol ol hundred and Kixly and stjly MX cents lawTKLtaonBy ol inUnited tho above sum being for niomry the following described Now therefor J notice is her iy gVn by virut of a ol sale m ths said mortgage contained aud pursuant tp the statute in tuch case made and the described jn the said rnongtgJ as to wil All that crlain piecu tract situate lying aid bning in tlie county state of Michigan u and dsBonbed as lo to wit lhe nouth half of ills northwest Quarter of section town ShlR number three south ot four e north west quarter the quarter o section Tiiwiber eavtnlean ri7 inNiJWnslnp nuiuber ihrae 3 south o rftgJ nuiubar four 4 all one hundred acres according lo thesurvayof the Uniled or BO mueli othe ahova tlescribed premiaes ae may be neces sary to raisi 0e tfnVqant viz the sum p four hunJrid and sixty two dollars and sixly six will be sold at auction or v m lie in the mi nnar prescribed by to thei higliest bid at the court or last place ol hold ing the circuit court in the vUlagn o in tha said couniy of Calhoaii anJ the ulale ofAfi on the I4lli day 01 July in the year of our Lord on Uiousand elghi hund red and Uiirty eight I6J at leii 10 oclock m thelbrenoon of that Daled A ty two 362 and two hundred andr sixty three and upon which there in claimed 1o bo due al the date of the publication of this of two hundred and ten dollars and ninety cents 90 principal and Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue of a tire snid mortgagecontained and in pursuance of the statute hi ouch case made and the above described mortgaged pre mises or so much thereof as may IIP necessary to raise the amount together with will be sold at public auction or vendue to the hirrhest at the Marshall in the of Marshall in the county of Calhoun and btate of on the twenty sixth day of May in the year of our Lord one tliounand eight hundred and thirty at otie oclock in the alternoon of that Dated March ENOS Giuns 6Bffi3 MORTGAGE hav ing been made in the payment ot a certain sum of money secured lo be paid by certain inden turn of mortgage bearing date the twentyfilth day of Afurcli in Lord one sand eight hundred and thirty exzculed by Edward 13 Taylor of the township of Sheridan in the county ui Calhoun andStat of to Jonathan Hull of the county and state albresaid which said mortgage was record d in the ottice o the county of Cul oun in tlif state of on the ciglilh day DIApril in tlio year ol our one lliousarid eight hundred and ihirty at eleven oclock n in Liber A ol mort gages pagan lour hundred and seventy and tour iiindred and seventy by de puty and 011 which morlgagethereHs iluimcd to be due the date oithis the sum oleiglity dollars and one principnl and interest money ol the United Stales Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage and ma pursuance of the in such case made and will be sold at public auction or vendue on the second day of June in the year ofour Lord one hundred and thir ty at the court house or the place win re ed in tHe dificeTn ounty or Calhoun and state of on the thirty first day of January in the pi our one thousand eighthundnd and thirty at 8 oclock in the afternoon ol that David Al by deputy regis ter in Liber A of mortgages paces four hundred ten and of mortgages pages ten and four hundred and eleven which mortgage there is claimed to be due at the date publication of this notice the sum of lour hundred and filly principal andin lawful money of the United Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contained and irv pursuance of the statute in such made and will be sold at public auclioyi or vendue nl the court house or the place where the lad county court was in the village of Mar shall in Calliouiiandjlftle to the highest on the second of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eiglit hundred and thirty at tencclocE iii the forenoon of that all ol thatcertain piece or parcel ol land lying and being in the county of Eaton in the1 said state of being the premises in said mortgage described as to wit The west half of the south In March the bill fo irrfpose additional as deposi upon certain public to appoint Receivers General tif public mtK nnd to regulate the transferand disbursementrofthe ptib Hatnoneys of lhe United NoBviflE rose atict addneiigct ire Senate 1 said with the Senator from cri sis public tfte country ex pects every man to his 1 tend to pcrforrti to the very best of my humble The senator laments that appeals have been made to party feel ings on this side of the senate to parties which have been tbrtg the aentiftor from on this is WfijUever changes of name they may assume hdivever variable in dividuals may prove their thej old parties In tliYs counlTy TTave nciT only not become but never can be ex Their principles remain the It is the Aristocracy perpetually warring with the which ori ginntea the two jmrties into which the peo and safety of banks as fiscal agentr depositories of the public It is that in dispensing With the use of as our fiscal we adopt ito untried experiment We simply go back to theconstitutional pro confidence of the people for the dttf atidM of Us It is preposterous tre with the design to ernment from the Thp presupposes us to be fools and nfadmeat Jt presupposes ahother absuriityt It prt vision on the Wei rely upon the theGeneral Governmcht for transaction of the financial and other business of that We are that ths proposed sys tem is to involve the nfftlowitiK vast an nual expense and that it will largely in crease the patronage The honorable Senator from Virginia Rives ventured to Upon authori ty which be deemed that the expense of this Independent rfearury would a mount to six huridredJhnusand dollars per it is difficult de clarations so fanciful and except by a direct The bill cre ates but four or fivo and thorizes the nppoinlmentof some addition al The collectors of the supposes the banks and the people to We all know that this tion is It has no platform C6 stand The banks are established by a very small number of the They are sought to be established by mem who want by the few nnd by tr snrall jhi by brokers and jA small portion of the stock only is Held by peraonstieairoua of realizing moderate and regular from what they to be good and safe widow and the orphan may occasionally hnve thoir money placed in and are sometimes stockholders in But great mass of the the productire the bone and sinew have no stock in no JhWrestia no identity with tHenii their chiefly from the sudden nnd office the and contractions of loam pie of the United Stales htfve alwrjys and which will continue ta distin guish history to the end of tftno I SHH thatrthe name of Democracy Ati 1MTQIITGA0E hav ing been made in the payment of a cer tain tfuin of njpney secured by a certain Inden ture of bearing date the geepnd day of n our Lord one thousant eight hundred and thirty 1 37 executet by George of the towgehip Marshal in the county of Calhoun and the slate of Mich igan to AHen the township and cduntj which said Wag recorded iu the office of Register of deeds of the suid county of on the third day of May in the year of ojur JLord one thousand eight hundred and in liber of four hundred and niqety at five oclock in the atVMwoo of that day which hjg yuaiitned by the said Allen Hobby t I John Ray nor and H and mortgage there claiiued lo be due at thi of the publication of thij notice the o three hundred an4 seventy eight dollars anr i thetefore hereby given that by virtui of a power of sale in the mortgage contain in of statute in proyido4j will be sold at pub i according to Iwr to the highegt bidder the village ioonty 9f Cd houn pf on the dov JuJy in Mu year our Lori 002 thouuni ejgh Uurty I at ten that dayi the sairf mortgage illo iltact ot viz All ih A flcotlon oiuober tihrfiie in C31 ootb of wife Bj has lately test its its magic influ ence over my friend from Tho fact is a sad presage of his future political The Senator that the merican people are Qryjng to us for bread and we give them vinegar we plungo Ihem into I hnve heard no such Cla have reached us from Wai I and kindred scenes of speculation nnd A Irotrt two or ready in are to perform the du ties required to be performed by this without any additional To are addod a few receivers nnd porhnpH fifteen or twenty The rrfuit oxtrnvngant estimate cannot mnke tho iyinual ex pen so more1 than fifty or sixty dollars per The transfer of the pTfblic deposltas from the from equally sudden changes in the latihg medium of the country from tha scarcity superabundance of which is often suddenly produced by the management of the banks by the grom abusea which cireep into them ces of produce by like The banks are identical with the people only while thoy strictly obey the law Oft west quarter of section number twelve 12 in townHhip of range num ber six be the same more or lens the said mortgage being given to secure the payment jihe purchase money above described pre Dated Calhoun March last county court was in the village ol y ol Calhoun and state pf Michi at two In lhe forenoon the premises in saidmortgage as fol lows to wil The north ensl Iraclion of oec tion twenty six in township number one of rang number four conjaining thirty ona acres and hundrsdtlw ol an ncrv 01 according lo llie original purvey o tinUnited Stales land district at twfrityorii thousand three twenty above mentioned sum being lor lhe purchase rrtottey 0 the above described mortgaged Dated Varch JONATHAN CHARLES 66m3 three other cities presented to But the great body American the useluKjirid pro ductive mass of the have sent no protests to this body against a meastm eminently fitted to protect their nrfd to purify the currency of the The Senator inquires whether we know AN 66m3 MORTGAGE ault hay ing Leeji made in the of a certain BUUI ofmoney Hecurjd to be paid by a certain indenture ol bearing date the thir teenth in the year ofour Lord one thousand eight hundred and cutedby tlTe i pf in the town y of Calhoun and state of t 16 EbunZ3r Avery of the town pi in the couniy of and state ulQre ul all that certain tract or arcel of lying and being in lhe township of Mar shall in the couniy 01 Calhoun and afore and known and distinguished lots num ber seventy nine 79 and numher eighty 80 iii the upper village oi orHhall which said mart gage was recorded in the Registers office in the county of Calhoun and State on the fifteenth day of in the of our Lord on theunuad eicfU hundred and thirty at fil leen minutes past EX oclock in the afternoon uf that in Liher A of mortgages pages hundred and seventy lour aad one and seventy and upon which there is claimed to bs dueat the date this nolioe of three liumlred uixly seven dollars and eighty eight principal w I Now there ore notice is hereby given that by virtrue of it power of in iheOjaid in pursuance ol the statute in aucticuse maqrand provided the described mortgaged or uo much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount spwL at public auction or vandue to lhe highest at the Aational Hotel in the said village of Mar on the twenty first day of May ta the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty 41 ten oclock in lue forenoon of that Dated February BREWER MORTGAGE hay ing been made in the payment of a certain Bum TJuirf byTrcertain im denture of moflgage bearing date the seventeenth day ot October in the year of our L6rdone thou sand eiglit hundred and thirty and execu ted i lause Insilman of the of BSIle vuein Uie couniy of Eaton and of tojEiekiel then of township pi now of the in lhe couniy of Calhoua and ime staxrsrbrestrhtr and on the eighteen day oHffli said month ofOc assigned to John of the county last of that certain tract or parcel of land lying and being In the Couniy of Eaton and the stale ol described as follows to wit t the south hall olthe south west quarter of sec tion number township number onejiorth of rang lumber five containing eighty leasi said mortgage was recorded in the registers office of the county ol Calhoun and slate ol Michigan a fereiaid on llie eighteenth day of October In the one thousand eight hundred red and thirty at nine oclock in the fore noon of by deputy regis in Liber B of mortgages fblios one hundred and and one hundred and on which there is claimed to be due at the date of the publication of this the1 sum of one hundred dollars said being given for the purchase monsy for the above described mortga ged Now therefore notice is hereby given that by ytrlue of a power of sale in the mortgage aid m purstiancs of the statuteln rase made and provided lhe above described mort gaged premises will be sold at public auction ft vpndue to the highest at the court house or the place where the lust circuit court was in lhe village of county of Calhoun and stale of on the twenty eighth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty af 10 oclock in the forenoon of the 0aid Dated at April JOHN Assignee of his Jm3 PROFESSOR YV j the last num ber of the editor thus beauti fully nnil toucliingly reftlra to thp late re our masters are that 1 have no MORTGAGE ing been made in thepayment ol a certain tuui pf secured to be paid by ah inden ture of bearing date the first day oj March in the year 01 our Lord ooe thousanjl eight hundred and exacuted and delivered by James McOuber and Nancy ftlcOmber bis of the township oi Sandstone in the county of Jackson and stile of of the first to Richard McCaulv of the township ol Sheridan 5q the county of w houn and the state oJ Michigan ofthe second part whicli aaJ4 taprtgaga waa recprtted in ofthe county m jTSl in of pur eigiit hundred ino thirty at JI in the iprenoon o that da her 9 of ibJioa three and f ivthQ afliojjnt claimed to be djje on the wjd mort gage at the date pubhitUon tltis including principal aiid is the sum two doJJftta twentv the above SMIH beLia for the purchMg the oliowioc described lljitki iihitiiaii vtf they the of old Nation ihea port respecting his of Detroit To many peoples the idea of ouri personal identity has become involved iu confusion BuJ for kind ness fthoU n when kindness was most need pity not misplac bestowed from a be lief of our not wholly so Ittce sent us from a from and1 sol and from beyond seas and from saw our and never may see itsejf must leave our heart that beats not now as it used to beaj but with dismal ere it or cease to remember as clearly as now we hear themv any of the many wopls that Game a weekly land solemnly whispereif to ys frwpi the lips of he great and the whomHeaven pre servelong on to benefit their race genittijind I tell In one we are the Weare placed in stations which we nre required to serve our But wo are the the not the of ur constiU 1 in my early from the great fountains of British and has been Confirmed in the school of American that Man knnwi no master lave creative And that wliteli common good g lament that upon the great measure before much par ty spirit has been But whence has it proceeded Where did it originate It on the other side of the Se AjemarieJeaSparty warfare upon this and on the commenced on that side at the extra ses sfbn cheered by what they suppose to be a favorable indication of public sen they renewed and prosecu ted it with fresh vigor at the present ses The remarks ofthe honorable se nator after deprecating its influ ence in his speech of afford a fit illustfatieflijf the party spirit in contrary to his owji this grave subjeet4as been treajed on that side of the the bill before the Sen ate contains two The first ttiat the Government will discontinue the use of banks as its focal u gents and The second that It will gradually discontinue the reception of any thing gold and silver In tlie payment ofthe public The details of the although pro perly designate the public officers who shall keep and pay out the public orrTreasury made in pur suance of They provide minute and flffiffituai guardg and penalties to protect tlie safety of the funds of tlio nation iu ihehnnda of these and simple pro visions of the They are shrouded in no They admit of no equivocal The darkness in which to mepublic bo an ex ly while ftiey redeem their tensive reduction of Kxocutivo when called with gold fronvthe President the ofonly when they lend influence over seventy or eighty powerful and in to honest and deserv bnnking their their ing for luudalile and ftot their their directors nnd stocknold to grocers and shavers in politics or busi and adds no increase 6f the rnenns of the shocking abuse of the bank influence over the existing officers of the ing pivileges Which pervades the land The bill is an honorable tho conversion of banks into monopolies and a by President K of extensive to promote tho public and promote the purity ofthe free institutions and administration the Instead of that pntronnge the power to nominate four re Ceivers with salaries too 1 to sectwe talent nnd character ade quate to the proper discharge of their du In this view of the the Pre for the accommodation ofa few and their which wo daily witness tho suspension df specie payments without adequate cause tho continuance of that when all cause have ren dered these in the estimation of the mass of the of mis chief and extensive public and it is by a radical change of their conduct THK militia company oxia hmjdjjflTBLtely for driy present the orderly and This reminds us of the observation of a miUtiiv who had but onu soldier in hH fle said he could get along of tbe ev Jhere wojp very difficult to hat I give thp wand of commaid sident has exercised a degree of self deni al which has no except in the ad ministration of the conduct of the President of the United on thisaubjectv iachalflcteristic of the Since his accession tothe Ex cutive he has shown no disposition to increase executive He has evinced a tnarkeri respect IfiJtllQ constitu tion of his country a deep devotion for welfare a moderation and temper ad mirably fitted to the discreet and enlight ened administration of the affairs of the And how honorable to nntor from while professing respect for the could Indulge him self in an expression of detestation for such a Chief f am at a loss to that they can ever regain the confidence of the Senators over the way tell us that we must give our confidence vance lo these institutions beTore they can ipresume specljrpffynTenisTorbe restored to general public the orable senator from Virginia makes too heavy a draft upon the faith of this body in the local when he asks us to place the p iblic funds in after their recent breach of all their violation of all their outrages upon the moneys of the as well as upon the depo safe Let them show themselves worthy of by a prompt eocete the violated laws pf their By an immediate resumption of specie unlesa an explanation may be before they suggest tho idea of found the party feeling and Presidential ambition of the distinguished The average expense paid to the deposite banks for their agency in receiving and public would a ihey haa bean thrown over thiim by diversified and coHlra dictory commentaries of Senatoiy over the The discontinuance of baqks as public is but a recurrence to ear ly Constitutional administration of live fi ajfairajof Governaieijt The Federal Constitution recognizes the exist once of no cither State or ft to three or four hundred thousand dollars per They would have the Con stant use of six or eight millionsof dollars and that ut six per would be equal to about half a million a The Inde pendent Treasury iiminislv both and the expenses of It in my have another still more valuable By exactirfg a solid and substantial in the col lection of the public and in the disbursement of the public it will keep the general of the country in a sound It will restrain the spirit of speculation and extravagance in It will prevent the accumulation of large surpluses in the It will render necessary a more economical and repiiblicansVtttofnof public expendi It will lighten the of the It will compel the sol veal banks to resume specie payments it will co erce the insolvent banks to wind up their uffuiro and close their Instead of realizing the fallacious assertion that this system will give Cur rency to the and a worse curs ency to the will the effect of securing to both a substantial curren cy and it will put an extinguisher upon the agency no in of pur fiaancial itOKTlt cers for the kei ping and diabursement of the piipllc Banks an afterthought with the first Secretary of thp Treasury pf the ted He pjroposeda Nationul but QOl aq a fiscal agent and depository of the ptiblip The the meUjof the speculators joined jilmiii suwwri of a National Baukv TJie inuasure pas qpppsed by the Secretary of the great Apostle of Bepublican li ftud the repreaentatives of the of tfte down by the The took was of re gSJpultural and productive They were born jr of trust liknd restoration of the public FaiTh in their soj vencyand I am no enemy to banks or banking founded upon rebt and solid I declared enemy ofalfuanks on the most moderate banking based upon any other principled A i i t i ii j A i v n 1 am opposed to the the enor mous of the banking m developed within a few months past j and I am I am the honorable senator from the distinguished disciple of Jef ferson n should liurffoidentifi cd his political reputation with these delin quent state I am si he should have hazarded his high to which so many republican had looked with anxious in BUB taining vepybest of which have a monopolizing and aristocratic one of the latest of the titHjnts uttered by that illustrious republi can under whose eye the hone orable Senator was upj feet he learned the lupsoos of DemocroJio that the of iho aristocracy their priacU pies remained They snid look to single and splendid founded on and which would be to them the next best the the dishonest system of bunking upon tlmt foua mere paper without a specie With a gold and silver banking is a source of advantage and prosperity to any Without baa k iog is a pestilence to such a It is uot that we are waging war upon the valuable institutions of the court It is not true that wp make up on all so lujely dignified into the character of institutions of the We are opposed to the mere paper corpo called when they have no sold We consider aud know in be a greAtpub lic and prjvate But we ace in fovor of banks conducted on sound respecting the keeping up coar tejr and redeeming their pligbt ed feith to the we are that in separating tlje Goyernmeat from the we it from the wtio zard tbjs decfftraUon themselves beUeve iV HoW the Goverament separated from the pfiopie the U derives it tepf rrfft chy of their first or surest stepping stone to the honorable senator tendency of banks to creal spirit the perhaps I does the i and nurse jpt meaaest of on nionay all rirj this country he not perceive that the union of the banks with the exqgsses in the uw of its beyond all a single and splendid ed upon banks 1 Does he not that State banks they they areiobk ihg to this Government as 4ha Ancho their hopes and interests that seeking a close alliance with it only salvation in this would be ready to eustftin the in every extravagance and apbnd which it might choose to indulge 1 me implore the honorable view his course i to retrace bis t direct bis lolenta i tolhe tion of the purity of hU cal eod not to the cause of hanks and bank or to the peraicious purpoae ol them with republican Ovv The honorable senator too other day U was a r   

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