American Telegraph in Washington, Washington-Dc
1 Sep 1851

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1 Sep 1851

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American Telegraph (Newspaper) - September 01, 1851, Washington, Washington-DCOf Price 2 Iff i it yol. Ino. 138. Washington monday afternoon sept Erbeli 1, 1851. American Telegraph publi8ubd Bobhy aft room by capt 8unday, on eth it t opposite Odd fellow Hall by Connolly Wilmek it Mogill at ten cents a week or two obits a single copy. To Sui Riberi served by thu carriers the paper willbe furnished regularly for ton Camji per week payable weekly. To mail subscribers $6 a year $ j 60 for Nix months $1 26 for three Mouths 60 cents a Mouth. No paper mailed unless paid for in Advance and disown to used when the turn paid for expires. I Cash terms of advertising. Hal Square 0 line or less 25 cents Tor each insertion,1 Square 1 insertion $0 50 1 Square 1 month. $4 001 do 2 insertions m 76 i 1 do 2 set on01 do 3 insertions 1 00 1 do 1 week. 1 76 1 do 2 weeks. 2 76 Mon is. 7 00 1 do 3 months 10 00 1 to 6 months. 16 00r. I do 1 Roar. 80 00 1 waive Linet or Over fix make a. Square,.longer advertisements la exact proportion. Advert Isis will Plo Ajse Endeavor to Scad in their favors before 11 o Olock if possible. General emigration and passage office no. 37 Burlini slip few York near of Timon ferry. Spiik subscriber begs leave to inform his friends and the Public that his arrangement Are such for bring ing out and forwarding passengers to and from Uvea Pooley the old and favorite alack Star line of packets sailing to and Toui new York and Liverpool every week As to ensure cheap and Quick conveyances. The ships com prising this line Are All new Auu first class packets commanded by old nud experienced commanders. Also agent for the Filar line of Glasgow packets sail ing every month. Also agent for tace splendid line of new York and Lodi Siami line of new Orleans packets sailing every week. Drafts at sight furnished for any amount on England Foland and Scotland. Thos. Ii. O Brinn Maru. 37 burling slip 2 doors from South st. The new York Ana Liverpool United state Kail steamers. The ships comprising this line Arete. Atlantic Oahu West. Pacific opt. Nye. Arc Fly capt. Luce. Radii Zatic capt. Grafton. These ships having been built by contract expressly for government service every care has been taken in their construction As also in their engines to insure strength and Speed and their accommodations for passengers Are unequalled for elegance or Comfort. Price of passage from new York to Liverpool $130 exclusive use of extra size state rooms $326 from Liverpool to new York �35. An exp Rie need surgeon will be attached to each ship. No berth can be secured until paid for. The owners of these ships will not be accountable for Gold Silver Bullion spec in jewelry precious stones or metals unless Bills of lading Are signed therefor and the value thereof therein expressed. For freight and passage no by Edward k. Collins 6 Wall st., n. Y., or to Brown Shipley a co., Uve Pool. E. G. Roberts a co., 14, King s Arm Yard London. L. Or Apps jr., 8 Boulevard Montmartre Paris. Mar 24.d Philadelphia and Liverpool line of ii i i from Philadelphia on the 6th, Anil from Liverpool on the 1st of every month. Ship Shin and Jaii capt. Win. U. West ship de Rock Captain William Mcdowell ship Mary plea Sam soap. Anthony Michaels. The above first class ships Are built of the Best mate rials and commanded by experienced navigators. Due regard has been paid to select models for Speed with Comfort for passengers. I i wishing to ungate passage for their friends can obtain certificates which will be Good for eight months. Those who wish to remit Mousy can be accommodated with drafts for �1 Aurum a said upwards at sight without j discount. Good cur the continent will be forwarded free of expense of commission if addressed to James Mcl Lenry no. 6, Temple plume Sci Kinry a co., mar 24.d no. 37, Walnut Street Philadelphia. Par Seville Hydro Pathic Institute. At a meeting of the Board of managers of the Parke Vule Hydro Pathic. Institute held fifth month 6th,is50, Joseph a. Weder m. D., was unanimously elected k Sii unt j try Sichun in the place of or. Dexter resigned. Lav aug Truie various improvements this Institute is now prepared to receive an additional number of patients and from or. Weder s Well known skill and practical experience in Europe acquired Tinl Viu Oena press Nita the founder of the Hydro Pathic system and for several years past in Tiit country Aud particularly in the cite of Philadelphia where he has had Many patients the Mai agers believe the afflicted will find him an Able and a attentive physician. The Domestic department being under the charge of a Steward and Matron will enable the doctor to devote to the patients whatever Lime May i necessary. Application for admission to be made to Samuel Wkho Secretary. Office no. 68 South fourth Street residence no. Lyllo Gan Square Philadelphia. Tit real of the Imp Keecle Hydro Pathic instil mtg Tho main building is three stories High standing Hack from the Street about one Hundred feet with a sell circus Lar grass plot in front and contains thirty to forty rooms. The grounds around the House Are tastefully Laid out with walks and planted with Trees shrubs a. On the left of the Entrance to the a grounds is a cottage containing four rooms used by male patients As a bathing House with every Cou Veniene for " packing bathing a. On the right of the Entrance about two Hundred feet Distant stands a similar cottage used by the ladles for similar plinth rear of Tho Institute at the distance Ozone Hun dred foot Are three other cottages some eighty feet apart one of these is the laundry. With a hydrant at the door the other two Are Doc upload by the servants. The hydrant water is Lulu Odood into these cottages As Well As into the main building. And All the waste water eat tied off by drains under ground. The wat wok1 consist Ofa circular Stone building standing on the brow of a Hill surmounted by a Large Cedar Reservoir containing five Hundred barrels brought from a never falling Spring of pure cold water in the aide of the Hill by a Hydraulic Tarn a self acting machine of Oast Iron that is kept con stantly going night and Day by the descent of the water from the Spring. The surplus water is carried from the Ros Orvoil to a Fountain in toe water works Yard surrounded by weeping Willows. In Tho first Story of the water works is a circular room containing the douche Bath which is a Stream falling from a height of about thirty feet and can be varied in st from half an Inch to a Inch and a Halfin diameter. Ain the douche room is a 11rising room with Marble tames e. The ruin d Mph Abr Tho a few of Allwar in Otto of the com piste contrivances of the kind being entirely under the control of the patient using the same. There Are Many other appliances which can be try a y or in a . Or 24. To country merchants. Fancy and Starlic 000d8. Moulton a oo., Poco Masors to Jwo. Of looks a co., Vit and 22 Pine streets new York. Invite Mer l chants visiting now Yor Elty to their immense Stock of foreign and Domestic fancy and Maple dry goods. Their Stock is entirely new and in addition still re by every Steamer new and elegant styles confined Iii rely to this Howse. Sons listing of every variety of Doss goods to to found in the French. German English and american markets and at prices that will defy competitors. Cash buyers and merchants generally will do Well to fall and examine on Stock As our goods Are arts Ted to every Section of the country and we Are resolved to spare no efforts to make it the interest of every merchant to favor us with their in v e jambs 8 Moulton jambs w. Barber 7.rnas Newell. New York March my. I r \ Tarn Elliis gum Chi als spirits Turpen a tink and ambr1can Linof cd cases gum Copal mod. And Itie Zans bar a. 400 bbl Superior coach body Carriage Oil cloth polish ing flowing. Scraping of Benet mid Zeniman Blind varnishes nos. 1, 2, and 3.10 Buhls. Al Len and training varnish. 5 do White flowing do6 do outside do do warranted. 6 do Whitw do do for maps or whips. 10 do Iren varnish. 30 do painters japan.100 do a Plata turpentine in glued Beta or half bbls.1000 Gallons a Merle a Oil. 10,000 Ihn. Pure White Lead in Oil at manufacturers prices. I also Gnu shellac Randic. Lit Harge red Ltd dry White i Art. In 100 la. Kegs wholesale and retail at the lowest Market rates. Persons purchasing the above will do Wall to fall and examine for themselves. N. B persons in Tang varnishes Mami setere will please Call As the subscriber is prepared to Nanak Wirtur Iai Tab _ str " . O. La strange Street rms Nung from . Chi. K tween Market and Arab streets Phil. M 84tf Law courts. Superior court of the City a. Francis Bacon plaintiff against h Lux am j us on a Money demand on contract. " to tub dependant you Are hereby summoned and required to answer the complain tin this action of which a copy in herewith served upon you and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the subscriber at my office no. 88 William Street merchant Exchange in the City of now York within Twenty Days after the service thereof exclusive of the Day of such service and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time Afore said the plaintiff in this action will take judg ment against you for the sum of. One thou an seven Hundred and fifty dollars with to Rentfrom the fifth by of april. We thousand Eitai Hundred and fifty one besides the costs of this action dated 25th july.1851. Geo. A Halsey plaintiff attorney. Superior court of the City of ave l Oi-7. Francis Bacon plaintiff against h Ham Jud son defendant. Complaint. The complaint of the above named plaintiff respectfully shows to this court that said Plain Tiff on the. Day of june one thousand eight Hundred and fifty was specially requested by the defendant to Call at the residence of said defendant in Twenty first Street near tilth Avenue in the said City of new York on the evening of the said Day for the purpose of consultation in regard to the business of the defendant and for the purpose of making an engagement with the defendant for the com posing and writing by the plaintiff of certain articles or pieces on the subject of the Contro Versy Between said defendant and Horace h. Day in regard to the several claims of Charles Goodyear and the said Day to the Patent rights of sundry inventions connected with the use of India rubber in various manufactures. And plaintiff further says according to the said request of the defendant he did Call at the said residence of defendant on the evening of the said. Of june and was there requested by the defendant to undertake the work of writing such articles in defence of the defend ant and said Charles Goodyear As should be required for the exhibition of their alleged just rights and for the exposure of the alleged false pretensions of said Horace h. Day and the plaintiff consented to undertake the work of such writing under a Promise from the defend ant of Liberal compensation therefor and the defendant requested the plaintiff to Call frequently at the defendant s residence and office for the purpose of consultation in regard to the subject form and style of the proposed articles and the plaintiff did so Call on the defendant and consult and advise with him on the said proposed articles at sundry times in the month of june and in the beginning of july one thousand eight Hundred and fifty the said Calls and consultations not being less than six in also plaintiff shows that in the month of july in said year one thousand eight Hundred and fifty the defendant applied to the plaintiff soliciting the further services of the plaintiff in and about the like business of the defendant. Jand thereupon the plaintiff called upon the defendant sundry times at his said residence and also at his office or place of business at no. W Broadway in the said City of new Lork and received from the defendant statements of the subject and character of the compositions de sired from the plaintiff by the defendant. And the defendant then narrated to the plaintiff in the said statements a Long and particular account of the defendant s controversies and litigation with Horace h. Day about cer Tain patents and contracts which were alleged to have been infringed and violated by the said Day of which Patent right Tho defendant claimed to be the proprietor jointly with has. Goodyear and some other person or persons and the defendant often assured the Plai Titt that the said Horace ii. Day was a very bad dishonest mendacious and artful Man who by misrepresentations published in the newspapers had succeeded in creating a very general false impression in the Public mind As to the character and history of the claims of the said Charles Goodyear and others and of the said Horace h. Day and others to certain inventions of modes and processes of manufacturing various products and fabrics of India the defendant also stated to the plaintiff that in consequence of the erroneous opinions thus circulated it was difficult to obtain a fair and unbiased jury for the trial of the Patent Rase then in litigation Between the said Good year and the said Day and that it was Necor Sarv to disabuse the Public mind of the Sai false impressions and to set Forth the True his tory of the said inventions and patents and of the lawsuits therewith connected in a series of counter publications in the newspapers to the intent that juries might not be influenced by the one sided statements and perversions mus Triou sly produced published and widely disseminated by the said Horace h. Day. And the defendant at the same time admit Ted to the plaintiff that the defendant and other persons employed by defendant or associate and interested with him had composed am published Many articles in reply to the before mentioned articles of Horace h. Day hut with out satisfactory effect and thu the def Lam and those who were associated or interested with him believed it desirable and necks by to employ some writer of experience and ability to study the subject of these inventions and the attendant litigation and to prepare and compose statements of the facts in contradiction of the statements published by the said Horace ii. the defendant then proposed to the plaintiff As being in the defendant s opinion a writer of much experience in historical and controversial matters and capable of making the strongest argument and presentation of the facts that the Case would admit that he should undertake Tho labor of conducting the whole Publio controversy in the newspapers on behalf of the defendant and of said Goodyear and of other and All persons associated with the me Pendant or represented by him or interested with him in defending or prosecuting suite a Law against Horace h. Day and others. And the defendant assured the plaintiff that the defendant had under his control or at his disposal for the purposes just mentioned Large amount of Money contributed by persons interested in maintaining various put which Money denominated by the defendant the patentees fund and that the plaintiff should receive in compel snguon for ant and defendant w9tm, a the before Meyti oped print ngh s Dand interests of the defendant and Charles Goodyear and others against the alleged pre tensions of Horace 11. Day and others and pro portioned also to the skill and quire by the plaintiff in controversial Riti Gand publication and in other work of a similar Claudiu consideration of the Liberal compensation so promised the plaintiff agreed and engaged to execute All wok in writing Simy and investigation which might be required by the defendant and those associated and inter ested with him in litigation and other controversies with Horace ii. Day As aforesaid. And the plaintiff also in consideration of the compensation promised by the defendant agreed to hold his time a h Bor Stu Dia Pola loathe defendant to go at Short notice to Massachusetts or to the City of Washington or elsewhere to any reasonable distance if it should be for the interest of the defendant or of the patentees Aud manufacturers who were interested in various litigation against Horace h. Pay. And the defendant at the meetings and consultations with the plaintiff As aforesaid re Quested the plaintiff to write an account of cer Tain transactions at great Barrington in the state of Massachusetts on the fourth Day of july one thousand eight Hundred and fifty As stated by the defendant to the purport follow that the defendant knowing that Horace h. Day was on that Day at great Harrington Afore said participating in the Celebration of the Day with the residents of that place the Sam being the place of the nativity of the said Day had selected that Day and occasion to com Mence suit against the said Day by an attach ment of his property and person for certain alleged infringements of Charles Goodyear an for certain alleged breaches of contract wit Hcharles Goodyear and had caused the Deputy marshal of the United states to serve the writs of attachment upon the said Day in the Public streets of great Harrington aforesaid with a View to his special inconvenience and great annoyance while in the presence of friends and acquaintances and of others engaged in the Celebration of the Day. And the plaintiff in conformity with the re quest and information communicated to him by i be defendant thereupon wrote a narrative of the transactions just mentioned and of various other incidents connected therewith which narrative he presented to the defendant who then requested the plaintiff to alter the narrative by suppressing some statements previously made a the defendant in his instructions to the plaintiff and by inserting other statements not previously Given so As to make it less Favora ble to Horace h. Day and More severe against him. And thereupon the plaintiff wrote a new narrative of the aforesaid transactions at great Warrington conformably to the new Lions and statements of the defendant which narrative was duly presented by the up Tiff to the defendant and was accepted by the defendant and by him declared to be compleat do and Sev plaintiff in the months of july a gust. And september in said year one thousand fight Hundred and fifty was further engaged und employed by the defendant at numerous consultations Aud meetings at the defendants twice aforesaid and at the defendant s aforesaid residence All with sole reference to the business of the defendant As connected with his litigation against Horace h. Day. And the Plain Tiff by request and appointment of the defend ing made not less than Twenty visits to the defendant at his aforesaid residence and office in attendance to the said business of the defendant during the three months f0.3 " 1-and in the beginning of the month of sep tember in the year last aforesaid the defendant requested the plaintiff to hold himself in Readi Ness to make a journey to great Barrington aforesaid at a Day s notice for the purpose of ascertaining certain facts involved in the controversies and litigation Between Horace i Dav and the claimants of certain Patent tight mud Between Horace h. Day and a corporation or association of individuals in Massachusetts known As the " Berkshire Woollen company. And the plaintiff did accordingly prepare himself for the journey and did hold himself in readiness to go As requested to a Day a notice. And the plaintiff on the Ber in the year last aforesaid late in the ,c.i4d a of fro. The m to defendant s own handwriting requesting thes23fijleave town for great Harrington immediately As plaintiff s services were especially required at said place by the defendant and those associated with him As aforesaid. Jand the plaintiff not being Able to leave his residence in the City of new York m the Kinord ing at to few hours notice departed in the after noon of the next Day after the receipt of the note and arrived at g Reat Barrington Foresaid a it i. The same night and then and there met the defendant at the hotel called the � House on the Register of a h Al plaintiff wrote his name an d. P. Bacon new the defendant ascertaining that the Plain Tiff had so written his name went to the said Register and altered the plaintiff s name As written by the plaintiff on Hie said Register so As to make it appear to be some other name than Bacon. And the plaintiff being informed by the defendant of the mined the said Register and finding that h s signature had been thus changed rewrote the altered letters and obliterated the Mark made by the defendant upon it and cup by wed with the defendant on the Absurdity of thus presenting him As an object of pc those who had already seen his name As written by himself and might impute the subsequent attempted falsification to some bad motive on his part As if he were it criminal seeking to disguise himself. And the defendant stated to the plaintiff that he feared that some of the agents or of Sendai of Horace h. Day in the Village of great barring ton might discover from the Register that the Putall was in the said Villaf in company with the defendant and might thence infer that the plaintiff was employed by to defendant write in his defence against the said Day the defendant had several private interviews and consultations with the plaintiff at the 1 Village of great Barrington concerning the bum Ness of the defendant and the business of the Berkshire Woollen comply before mentioned with special reference to their lawsuits against Horace ii. Day. And the defendant on the next Day to. 0d the duty of september in the year last aforesaid departed on his return to the City f new Yort Tud Howe Ted the plaintiff to in tin Vul tuft of Tiwari Arrington far the Pur pose of studying the oct Liu a tie Waneen greatly and litigation had tween the said company and the said Day. And the plaintiff did under instructions fro the defendant visit a rips localities in and near the said Village in order t9 prepare himself to write descriptions of the places with which. Various incidents Donn cited with the controversies and desp feb Between pay and Olfier parties before mentioned. And the plaintiff then returned to the City of new York on monday the Day of septem Ber and announced his return at the defend ant office and signified to the defendant that he was ready to furnish the proposed written articles whenever they should be called for. And the plaintiff occupied himself with the preparation and consideration of the facts for the composition of such articles or. Arguments upon them us might be required by the defendant. ., during the months of september octo Ber november and december in said year one thousand eight Hundred and fifty the plaintiff at Trio request of the defendant continued to Call at the aforesaid residence and office of the defendant for consultation in regard to the business of the defendant and to collect and receive information in regard to the movements of Horace h. Day and a be prepared to de fend the interests and alleged rights of the defendant and of those associated with him when attacked by the said Day. And during the four last aforesaid months the number of visits and consultations thus made by the plaintiff to the defendant and at his request As aforesaid was not Lesb than fifteen. And the plaintiff being urged by the defendant to come Moro frequently to the said office of said defendant represented to the defendant that on account of the Public and conspicuous character of the place 98 Broadway these Cresy desired by the defendant in regard to the employment and association of the plaintiff with the defendant might fail to be preserved and plaintiff therefore suggested to the plaintiff that for the purpose of maintaining such secrecy it 1 would be better that the noes in interviews Jand consultations should take ply co either atthe private office of the plaintiff or at the Rel Detrice of the defendant to the propriety of which suggestion the defendant assented and appointed interviews with the plaintiff at the defendant s aforesaid residence. And the plaintiff duly attended in fulfilment of such appointments and being again requested by the defendant to meet him at 98 Broadway the plaintiff renewed his attendances at the said office of the defendant and continued them by appointment and request of the defendant during the months of january and february one thousand eight Hundred and fifty one the number of such attendances during the said two months being not less than Twenty. And the defendant also called in the month of february at the office of the plaintiff at no. 24. Fast fourteenth Street in Aid City of new York and consulted the plaintiff in regard to the said business of the defendant and called repeatedly at the said office of the plaintiff for the said purpose and for no other purpose whatever. In and in the month of january one thousand eight Hundred and fifty one the defendant in formed the plaintiff that the aforesaid Horace h. Day was then in the City of Washington endeavouring to procure the passage of a Bill in Congress w alter the Patent Laws of the United states in such a manner As to injure very materially the interests of the defendant and of Charles Goodyear Aud other inventors and patentees associated with the defendant or represented by the defendant and employing him to defend their alleged rights and interests. And Trio defendant requested the plaintiff to hold himself in readiness to go to the City of Washington to attend on the sessions of con Gress when it should be necessary in order to counteract the pretended machinations of the said Horace h. Bay and prevent the passage of the said Bill in Congress. And the plaintiff agreed to go to Washington whenever the defendant should so require Dur ing the sitting of Congress then in existence. And the defendant agreed to give the Plain Tiff due notice of such necessity. And the defendant in said month of january requested the plaintiff to write certain articles for publication in the newspapers setting Forth to the Public the injustice of the course of Hor Nee h Day in denying the exclusive right of Charles Goodyear to certain modes of preparing and manufacturing India rubber. And also setting Forth the alleged great losses and grievances that would be caused to meritorious in ventors and patentees by the passage of the aforesaid Bill in Congress for the alteration of the Patent Laws of the United states. And the plaintiff in pursuance of such in just Ruchione did compose and write a series of articles for the defendant and furnished them to the defendant who accepted them and pronounced them to be Complete and satisfactory. And the defendant on the Day of february in said year one thousand eight Hundred and fifty one placed a note in the plaintiff s office requesting the plaintiff s attendance at the defendant # office. And the plaintiff on the receipt of the said note from the defendant and on the said Day of february he plaintiff called at the office of the defendant in a state of great Al pm and anxiety on account of information receive by him of the danger of the passage of the aforesaid Bill for the alteration of the Patent Laws it being reported to the defendant the there was a majority in both houses of on Orress in favor of tie passage of the Bill Afore said Aad that the Senate committee on patents Hon. Hopkins l. Turney was about to Call up Tho said Bill and obtain its immediate a Sage through the Senate. The defendant at the interview with the plaintiff on us Day last aforesaid declared and affirmed to the plaintiff that Skift danger of the Pawang of the anal Bill was due to the alleged machinations or lobbying of the said Horace h. Day who As the defendant stated to the plaintiff had counted noses in the Senate and had counted a majority of one or two i favor of the aforesaid Bill whensoever the a Don. Hopkins l. Turney should move to take a old the defendant requested the plaintiff to write a letter to a distinguished and influential senator in Congress soliciting the said senator to oppose Hasty nation on the said Bill Anil re queued the plaintiff to sign his own name tothe proposed letter and to obtain the signature of certain Arlen res of the plaintiff residing in the City of new York who were known to be Friend a of the aforesaid senator and were believed bythe defendant to have the Confidence of the raid senator so far that he would credit any state ment of facts which they might make in an such Coto on full information and duo Delibera i Tido a v and Tho plaintiff desiring the Faten sat to inform him of the facts As to the alleged injustice of tire aforesaid Bill then pending in the Senate of Tho United states in order that the plaintiff might write intelligently and intelligibly on the subject and that he might write wit full knowledge of the truth was by the defendant put in Possession of numerous and voluminous documents relating to the subject which said documents the plaintiff perused and studied with All duo and proper Diligence to Tho neglect of plaintiff s other Calls of business. And the plaintiff being requested to attend daily at the defendant s office to be informed of any new facts presenting or any new suggestions occur ring to the mind of the defendant in regard tothe proposed Bill and its expected injurious operation on the interest of meritorious inventors and rightful patentees and proprietors of patents did so attend at defendant s office from Day to Day and held Long and numerous consultations with the defendant for Tho purpose of obtaining such information As would enable the plaintiff to " make a Strong Case for the defendant in Tho plaintiff s proposed communication to the aforesaid distinguished senator in con Gress and in the communication which he was requested by the defendant to make to such other senators and such representatives i Congress As might be influenced by such arguments As the plaintiff thus instructed might make to them. And the plaintiff after receiving such in-1structionb in the Law Points of the Case As t i defendant could furnish was by the defendant requested to go with the defendant to the office of Seth p. Staples esq., counsel Learned in the Law especially in the Law of patents and retained As such in defence of Charles Goodyear against Horace ii. Day and in defence of Vari Ous associates and employers of Tho said defendant William Judson against Horace h. Uland the said plaintiff Bacon did according to the request of the said defendant Judson go with the said defendant to the office of the said Staples and was then and Thero by the said Staples further and extensively indoctrinated As to Idle god merits of the Case of Charles Good year and other inventors and patentees inter ested with the said Goodyear and with Tho said defendant Judson against the said Day and As to the alleged demerits of the Case of the said Horace h. Day m against the said Good year the said defendant Judson and the said other patentees and other proprietors of patents associated with the said defendant Judson. And the plaintiff did at the place and Tim last aforesaid receive from the said Staples draft or form of a letter to a distinguished sen Ator in Congress concerning the aforesaid Bill for the alteration of the Patent Laws of the uni Ted states with a special request from the said Staples and from the said defendant in this action that the plaintiff would peruse and re Vise the said draft or form and Correct and enlarge it so As to make it most effectual to its purpose of convincing the said senator an through him the Senate of the United. Tates of tb6 alleged injustice and i policy of passing the aforesaid Bill for Tho alteration of the Patent Laws of the United states. And the plaintiff took the said draft or form of letter and did revise Correct and enlarge it As requested by the defendant. And the plaintiff in the aforesaid month of february was requested by the defendant to go to Tho City of Washington within a few Days to counteract the alleged machinations of the aforesaid Horace ii. Day and to prevent impossible the passage of the aforesaid Bill for the alteration of the Patent Laws of the unite states. And the plaintiff consented to go and pre pared himself to go to the City of Washington aforesaid for the purpose last above named on any Day and at any hour which the defendant1 might name and appoint for the plaintiff s de parture. And the plaintiff being requested by the defendant to communicate ony information in dispossession As to the Prospect or probability of the passage of the said Bill or any such Bill i Congress stated to the defendant that it would be impossible to take up the Bill in the Senate and pass it through Congress at so late a period of the session which must terminate inless than three weeks if he opponents of the Bill would exercise due vigilance. And the de-1 variant Harin a med to win certain prominent senators who were opposed to the Bill and cer Tain who were in favor of it and certain who were undetermined in Reg Ard to it the Plain Tiff advised the defendant As to the course to be pursued with such senators and recommended that senator Dickinson and senator Foote should be induced to act and speak against the Bill and that senator Seward being opposed to the Bill should not say a word on the subject or permit it to be known that he was opposed to the Bill except by giving his vote against it and that senator Baldwin being also opposed to the Bill should pursue the Shine course As was recommended by plaintiff m the Case of senator Seward. And the defendant informed the plaintiff that the had engaged a correspondent at the City of Washington to communicate with him by Tele graph on the instant of the taking up of the Taid Bill in the Senate and that the defendant expected the plaintiff to go to Washington by the next train after the receipt of such communication by Telegraph from Washington. And the defendant requested the plaintiff to attend e thousand eight fund ref the. of powr. Other business. And the plaintiff at the request of the defendant on or about the. Day of 5id � Rumary of Chi revision taxi correction of a certain writing of composition of Tine Del end aut deep Ped for publication and afterwards published by time defendant m the Public news papers. And the plaintiff carefully perused the said composition of the defendant and revised and corrected its errors of grammar rhetoric an punctuation and reduced it to an intelligible Corn suitable for the defendant assured the plaintiff that he was paying and to Iid pay him liberally for such services As Are Hereinbefore mentioned and that he Hud paid one of the correspondents of newspapers at Washington whose Nam he mentioned to plaintiff one thousand five Hun dred Dollar for favourably mentioning the Olai ius of Goodyear and others associated with him in his letters and for advocating the cause of the opponent of the aforesaid Bill at the defendant Ala stated in the presence a fld bearing of Tho plaintiff while the plaintiff was writing a piece or article for the defendant that the defendant had expended the sum office thousand dollars at the City of Washington during the session ending on the third of March now last past in and about the business of maintaining the alleged claim of Goodyear and other inventory and in resisting the operations of Horace h. Imy and other advocates an friends of the aforesaid Bill. And plaintiff avers that the said services so rendered by Bim to defendant and at Bis re quest As aforesaid were reasonably Worth Tho sum of one thousand seven Hundred and fifty dollars and that said defendant on or about the Day of april one thousand eight Hun dred and fifty one specially undertook an promised to pay the Suid sum of Money in still. Wherefore plaintiff demand judgment against the defendant for said sum of on thousand seven Hundred and fifty dollars with interest thereon from the fifth Day of april one thousand eight Hundred and fifty one and the costs of this action. Geo. A. Hai set plaintiff s atty. City and county of new York is d. Francis Bacon of said City Plain lbt in the above entitled action being duly sworn says that the foregoing complaint is True of his own knowl Edge except As to the matters which Are therein stated on Bis information or belief and As to those matters that to believes it to be True. Sworn to before Roe this Day of ,1851. From the new Orleana Delta. Henry Clay or the duty of americans to sympathize with the struggling and oppressed. Why is it that the movement in Cuba for the Independence of the oppressed people of that Island is the Only revolutionary scheme Ever started on this continent or even in the old world against despotism which did not receive the cordial Aid and sympathy of our people ? Why is it that an unfriendly feeling a cold scepticism a jeering ridicule an exacting and calculating spirit Are manifested towards the cubans by Many of those who were so eager in behalf of a much less promising and favourable movement in Hungary have our people degenerated ? has the Long enjoy ment of our Independence and Security rendered us selfish and indifferent to those who Pant for the blessings we enjoy ? or do we permit local and Domestic questions to restrain and suppress be True impulses of our hearts ? we will take the Case of the greek Al they were a Distant people having no ties or Connexions with us their revolution was incited by european states As it turned out for their own Benefit they commenced the " foul crime of the a Tindal Intelli Geifer of incurring u the worst hazards of revolution in order " to overthrow and yet in 1824, our whole people arose in Masse to express their sympathy and proffer their Aid to the struggling greeks vessels were openly fitted out and equipped provisions men and Money were sent four thousand Miles to the assist Ance of the patriots and there was not one of our twelve millions of people whose sensibilities were startled with the wrong injustice imprudence disregard of the Lawn and Neutral Ity of nations which Are now continually Dinne Diu our ears at the idea of extending similar Pidto a people who live almost within sight of our shores. The Law of 1818 then existed but Public sentiment made it a dead letter. No body could to found to play the part of in former and the District attorneys did not gout of their Way to Hunt up offenders against Alaw which was made a mockery and insult tothe National character and feeling. Were our people less rulers less observant of duty and the Law than they Are now ? were James Monroe John Quincy Adams Henryclay and Daniel Webster in 1824, Lew Patri Otic conscientious and honest than the fill mores and co wins of the present times we leave our readers to answer these give below the speech of Henry Claywin favor of extending Aid and sympathy to the greeks in their contest with the turks in 184 Many of going further and sending a govern mental agent to cheer and encourage them in the darkest hour of their the very crisis of their Fate. Every word of the remarks of the eloquent speaker apply to the ease of the cubans and constitute sentiments to be treasured up and noted out by our citizens. Referring to the threat of incurring european hostility by the measure of sympathy with Greece pro posed by or Webster or. Clay used the Fol lowing Manly language Are we so humbled so Low so despicable that we dare not express our sympathy for suf Fering Greece lest peradventure we might of fend some one or More of their Imperial and Royal majesties ? if gentlemen Are afraid to net rashly on such a subject suppose , that we draw an Humble petition addressed to their majesties asking them that of their condescension they would allow us to express something on the subject. How sir shall it begin we the representatives of the fre people of the United states of America humbly approach Tho thrones of your Imperial and i Oyal majesties and Supplicate that of your imperil and Royal clemency i will not go through to disgusting recital my lips have not yet Isrnel the sycophantic language of a degraded slave. Are we so Low so base so despicable that we May not express our horror articulate our detestation of Tho Moat brutal and atrocious War that Ever stained Earth or hooked High heaven with the ferocious deeds of a brutal soldiery set on by that Elf orgy and of to others of a fanatical and item goal religion and rioting in excesses of bipod and butchery at the mered Taila of which the blood sickens alluding to Ibe president s message concludes his speech with the following magnificent peroration what de he Tell you in his message that Greece is Btu a Jug for ail

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