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Athens Southern Banner (Newspaper) - April 29, 1837, Athens, GeorgiaA Ipp Imp a big isl in a the ferment of a free is to tic torpor of it despotic a 0v�rtkni�ht.� v a a void. I. R Contr ass. Atheaise to. 8atijrdav, apm 29, 1s87. J speech of or. Hamer of Ohio. In the House of representatives january 5, 1837�?on the Resolution of or. Wise proposing an inquiry into the condition of the executive departments. Co cell ded this iii fit to a very pal folic opposition but it appears to me to to an impolitic Ono for he gentlemen themselves. When one Man is Meier mind beforehand to be displeased or to quarrel with another we know How easy it is to find an Opportunity of doing so. Now if it should so happen in the Progress of a a Van a. That to Esq Ciul Mon find it necessary at some future Lime to make an assault upon iho administration will not the people be inclined to reply a a we did not expect you to be Sutis licit for you were determined of be displeased let the president do As he but the course which gentlemen choose to pursue is somewhat a mutter of taste and 1 have not the least desire to dictate to any one upon this subject. If the opposition have solemnly resolved that we shall have another four years War if they will agree to no cessation of hostilities if we cannot be permitted even to go into Winter quarters for three months if War and War to Tho knife is to be their motto a for one 1 say a a come on Macduff p let in hear Tho Roar of your Cannon gentlemen. Show us map Svee or Ywe a a and diameter of your calibres. Let us hear the trampling of the horses hoofs the neighing of the steeds and the Clanger of your Iru inputs. Do not annoy us by the random shots of single riflemen from behind the scat Cring Trees nor by the flanking and scouting parties that belong to your army but charge Zilb All your forces. Danger is al there Are thousands of them who arc High i minded honorable men men who would suffer their right arms to be severed from their shoulders rather than descend to a mean or dishonourable action. But the men of any party we no would violate the secrecy of a confidential correspondence who would procure the Privato communications passing Between personal and political friends and expose their contents to the world without the consent of the parties Are unworthy of the society of gentlemen any where and deserve the scorn and indignation of every honest Inan in the come Unity. These tetters were published to Provey inconsistency in having once been favourable to judge Mclean and being now for . Van Buren and the charge was made by individuals of the Harrison party who acknowledged that Gen. Harrison was not their first Choice but they supported Linin because he was taken up by their parly they prefer red or. Clay or or. Webster but when their friends settled Down upon the hero of Tippecanoe they went for him. I he friends of judge Mclean who belong to the democratic party adhered to him As Long As there was any Prospect of his being run by that party. When that failed and he withdrew from the canvass to prevent the possibility of bringing the election of presi. Dent into this he disc then they generally went Over to or. Van Buren. Traction and or. Van Buren was pledged if elected to carry them out and pursue the policy of Gen. Jackson to. Such a candidate be could not Well be opposed but How did this. Indigence the election ? where was the presidents influence i textually exerted in of his successor not in Tennes see for that a Tate went almost Lihn. If Luiere was any one state in the Union which could be influenced by him it must be Tennessee Andy to that Wient for judge White. Where then is the Eye Deuce of this Pappi bument of his successor charged upon All concerned ? to where but in. Die. Image pation of those who have asserted it so often that i dare say they begin to believe it themselves. Suppose the president had been for judge White or for general Harrison a would there have been any complaints then ? not word. They would have said Wel the president has got his eyes open at last to leave to ask or. Ii. A question. Or. H. or. V. A a vill my colleague say whether he did not go Over to or. Van Buren before judge Mclean declined a or. H. A i will answer my col Leago with pleasure. When first elected my constituents knew i was a Mclean Man. Previous to my second election i published a card stating that what against him. This was to be. Expected a for All who have taken the pain to ascertain a is sentiments Kip in a that he is opposed to the doct ties of the Rood abolition party in every shape and form., in one place he Vas alleged to be in favor of giving All negroes the right of sufi rap and in another Region he was cens Cpd for being an enemy to the poor and against allow log. Them the Privily re of voting for Public officers. Both charges were without foundation in fact. By the same men he was declared to federalist and an opposer of the War of 1812, when the history of that period proves him to have been a member of the legislature of new York and one of the most efficient friends of the War that then figured in Public life a. Ill some places his talents were denied although but a few years Back the same men charged him with availing All Gen. Jackson a the True character of or. Van Biira a he messages and frankly admitted that they were can be deceived to Jongs a lie Bas detected the imposition Anco with his characteristic Independence the Noble old general has come out openly against him a he. Would have been a a glorified from one and of the continent to the other by those who now abuse him. The Baltimore convention nominated the vice president and made Hina the candidate of Obr party. This Soho is a grievous offence and smacks of dictation too strongly to please Nati Nav conventions lor such purposes in who held the conventions at Baltimore that nominated or. Clay and or. Wirt in the Campaign of. 1832?. Who held the Young liens National convention in this District in the same year we All know it was Tho yet these Are Drain up with great ability. It would be a herculean task All the falsehoods propagated and impositions practice to. Accomplish his defeat. They All failed. Notwithstanding the people were appealed to in pathetic terms to come to the Rescue were insured that they would be ruined if they elected him still they marched to the polls him their votes., the people had been by electing Ien. Jackson and As they found it rather an agree a i Mug Huu tic it v Una ways increased in appearance by the Dis Ever might be my individual preference when Tance. The enemy presents a much More terrifying aspect t Vav Heidi he first bursts upon the View than when you grapple with him Man to Man and lest the Power of his muscle and the Tierce less of his spirit. Give us a general fire along your whole line. The suspense which precedes a or Clit Battle is the most dreadful period of the whole affair. I am told to iii even cowards will fight after the first discharge and i Promise you that All of us who survive the first Shock we ill stand up and give you a fair fight in the open Plain. Tho reason assigned for making War upon or. Van Buren is that he is a usurper i yes sir although ele Cind by the people of the i i i cd Stales he is a usurper. Language is changing its meaning now a Days and we shall soon be unable to understand each other. Let us look into this charge. We All know there were Many persons in the democratic party who did not prefer or. Van Buren to All others As the successor of Gen. Jackson. Some of us preferred judge Mclean some were for col. Benton others were for judge White and Many were in favor of the honorable gentleman Irona Ken Tucky col. Johnson he was not my first clinic a. Thousands of us in Ohio preferred a distinguished citizen of our own stale. We knew him personally we had seen the Zeal Industry and ability displayed by him in the management of an important department of tic government and in the discharge of every duty dec jiving upon him in the various stations he had held both under the state and Federal authorities. We i Cleved he would make an excellent chief magistrate whilst on the other hand some of us had been induced to a Thieve that although or. V. Big run possessed great abilities and experience still he was an intriguing politician. We believed so because we heard these things said Day after Day for years and scarcely Ever heard a word said in his defence. How could any one us under such circumstances to come to a favourable conclusion in re gang to him. I must Here beg Pardon of the House for speaking particularly of my self. When i was first elected to Congress i was elected As a Mclean Maii. Myself and one of my colleagues were Well known both at Home and at this place to be Vavura Hie to the judge whilst the other friends of the administration from Ohio were either for or. Van Buren or uncommitted. During the first session to were Here a convention of the Jackson party was held at which nominated or. Van Burn for i Icsia Giitl cry Diug off hip track in Ohio u matter of Public is notoriety among those who toot any interest in my opinions that judging from Tho Imit Nalion 1 received with regard to this proceeding,.the Man scr of getting up and conducting the convention i at that time disapproved it though subsequent information changed my opinions. I wrote three letters expressive of my disapprobation Pri Aflfe confidential let ice it a so marked upon their face. Two Fri urn to a gentleman Long since deceased and the other to an individual still both these persons were Jackson Mclean men a and Niy personal friends during the .4 Qin pain last Falk these letters with the word a Prit jote a Nithe names of the correspondents erased and with what other alterations if any i know rat appeared in the pub us newspapers. The living Corr pendent denied having any thing to do with ted pub Lic Atieh and the Kimily of the deceased had Leo in a few a a whigs a with two or three v. Buren men t am told Supei into a did Tho pub in Aii no do not Chi a go it upon the opposition As a Patty for i tall pleasure in saying it did Cvar wrong i Ina think them iii Thrif politic so Ever my party United generally upon a candidate i should go with them with this in fornication before them the people elected me and 1 have faithfully kept my Promise to the letter. That election was i believe before the judge formally declined being a candidate. So much for my own individual sir the opposition May thank themselves in some degree for the election of or. Van Buren. They very much to make him Tho candidate of the do to cry tic party. Notwithstanding his eminent qualifications for the office. His claims might Possi Bly have been postponed to a future election had it not been for the rancorous persecution of his political enemies. The first step taken by them to Render him a favorite with tic people was the Wanton rejection of his nomination As minister to England. This exhibited so much ill nature so Strong a desire to crush a supposed rival Anito gratify individual hatred at the Hazard of sacrificing the Public interest that the friends of the administration Rose up As one Man and As Aii act of retributive Justice elevated the rejected minister to the priest dog chair of that very Senate who had attempted to de stroy him. A the next step taken by the opposition to Nike the vice president popular with his own party was the daily abuse they bestowed upon him during the a panic they can Standly connected a a Jackson von Burn and the parly together to make up a triumvirate. This very naturally excited kind feelings towards Hijii among those who Werc abused in common with the president and himself in this manner they made him thousands of friends and he was finally add ted As tiie candidate of the democratic party. But gentlemen Tell us that the president nominated him As his successor and that to this nomination he owes his election 1 should be glad to know when where and under what circumstances this Pumi nation was or. Peyton arose and said he could Tell the gentleman from Ohio and would do so then if he desired it or would do it after he got through whichever he pleased or. that it would by better per haps for or. P. To. Give his sentiments after he had closed i presume sir said or. I the genl Mau from Tennessee refers to the Gwin letter written by the president in defence of sonic. Charge made against him iii a a ssh Ville paper. It is some time Vince i Sawl hat letter but such is the Tenor of it according la my recollection or. Ogorin arose and made some remark resp cling this letter contending that the article a the no Shule paper wow no alt8lckupon Fien. A Jackson but that it had been made a pretext for writing the letter which denounced every body be Advance who would not support or. Van Vbk run or. H. Proceed a i let the nature of Tho article he what it might one thing is certain 7-the letter was neither in Forni nor in. , a a a of my Van a Kiiren it advised Anion and Harmony in the pah and spoke Fay Draty of Tho proposed con Ven Tion al Bali mice. Suppose the president was favo fable to him wins there any thing or chg Taiho so Doea a chief my or stole apse the Freedom it Hough by his election to that office.? this word �6 a be datthne1n our country. It is hot Luray that to should he a Hora by a to or Van Burodin he khow him the Beck i associated wit a by years in a Tho of the govern Frient. They agreed us Opi Airt with rect to Rali the iii dog m�a6ut�sa.>or Ifica adm Misi whigs and the anti masons. The men who now abuse us in. Unmeasured terms for merely following their example. But his locality greatly displeases some gentlemen and they have abused new York ii almost every debate that has occurred Here for the last three years and she is treated in the same manner in Del their Newsad pers. Add Why May not new York have the Honor of giving us a president the a Outh has Given us four. New Englund has furnished two a and the West ene whilst new York and Pennsylvania two great states occupying a Central position in the confederacy each of them a nation Vii thin itself have Neyer furnished one. What has new York done that she is to be proscribed ? has she not signalized herself by a Devotion to Liberty Lund an attachment to democratic Princi pies in All the great emergencies which the country has seen ?. Where was she in the revolutionary War battling among the Foremost for Independence. What was her position in. The great political revolution that brought or. Jefferson into Power ? she stood Side by Side with her democratic Sisters struggling for Tny rights of the shiites against Federal Usiri ration Anc monarchical principles. And in the War o 1812, where was she found ? sustaining the cause of the country As efficiently As any state in the Union and holding at Bay Tho Hartford convention party who were not permitted to Cross her territory into the Middle and Southern states. If this state has a distinguished son worthy of the chief magistracy. Why May he not be presented As a candidate for the Suffrages of the people of the United states ? so far front there being any in it there was a Peculiar propriety under All the circumstances,.in taking the candidate from new York at the recent election. A or. Van Buren was thus made a Candi Date for the presidency Olathe United states. He encountered an opposition combining More Talent with less scrupulous Ness in regard to the Means employed to defeat him than were Ever met before by any successful candidate for the same office. Their untiring exertions induced thousands of Good men and sound Patriot vote a inst him who were Itterly misled Wuh respect to his True character. In sumo places he was Dino iced As a Cath pc for the purpose of inducing Protee it tarts to vote against him Many did so it every stale iii be Union Telie Viii that if he succeeded there would be a league formed Between him and the Pope and our Rell pious liberties would be prostrated for Ever. Yet every Intel agent Naan. Of Eye iry party a knew this charge to. Be utterly false. A to the. Open Hook st straight for re to ter he was denounced As a political intrigue. We All know How easily this Che is my a do a by strongly inclined the people Are to believe it when made against Public men and a How difficult it is to it in any Case. A during the late Campaign his friends have roundly denied the charge and Dean added the Agibin. He has been elected by the unsought suf rages of his fellow citizens and in a most remarkable manner. The vote received by him is diffused throughout the Union so As to prove most clearly that nothing like a geographical division of parties exists in the Colin by. All the efforts made towards that Point Haye been unsuccessful. Including Michigan he has received the votes of fifteen states out of Twenty six. He obtained the votes of a majority of the old thirteen states and a majority of those of the new states. He has am Jority of the electoral votes othes ave holding and a major ily of those of the non slave holding Stales of the Union. He has one. Hundred and seventy Day ? is it or Vesler with the fourteen votes of Massachusetts or judge White with the of Tennessee and Georgia Why sir j mean.00 disrespect to either of these gentlemen but re ally with Stich a capital As either of them has Washpun a in the , would be re the a d Dull Chance f shall to have a distinguish from Kentucky who was Nota can fixate. In the late Campaign ?. We have beaten him two or three times already and we fian do. U again then amp ver Haj friends Chi pc to bring him Forward. Shally have the Limp of Tippecanoe a Peri the track once More ? the worthy Gentit Tenn who a Wattle head of iho Clay electoral ticket of Ohio �0 1824, and who three years ago in. A Public speech declared that the surplus Rey clue ought to be applied to the Purchase of slaves in the Southern. States for the purpose of Colin Ibiza. Lion ? he of course adopted the doctrines of the great a a american system he is a politician of that sch of. He desires top that the taxes levied upon Fife South Over and above what Are heeded by the government shall be expended in by chg up their slaves or in of fibr word she to Quad six them to obtain Rooney to pay for their own property win a the some support Tomt doctrine ? what Are to be the opinions and sen ments of the candidate whoever he May be a whom Aii the Louie parties can unite ? who rare to be his supporters ? they Are the Nul aug to gut regut fit is ices a who a pad the same principles and tic honest but misguided democrats Ivko Jare led away by the acts and professions of these various parties. That a Crew would this be to put on Board the old vessel of state ? their president were How elected How would it he possible or. Him to sustain himself ? i fake it tor granted his. Cabinet would be made up of a islam gushed me taken from the different fragments of his parly a for to be supported he must consult the wishes of hts friends in of fit selection of important officers and in of. Pii a eos a. Quot it has by in said that a president elected by this House would have been by Pught to terms in regard to Public policy. True if electoral votes being a majority of forty six you could have agreed Amon Over All his competitors Pul together and he a a .1 ,. What answer had been give a Teai a he is so smooth and so sly Iri opera a Ilia to cannot Calculi him at it in a and of Pray was it Ever discovered in the in ache leaves no. Tra Behi fid a him to ,. A i at the South in was declared to be an abolitionist it Ahdo the people we be pm Muade a that if he Succo a did the cd tip nov guar for Tkebi Peculiar to that Region we a a and pad Ini the North Hawks abused for being up Sec to the. A Boniti Oniss an enemy to the free Dom of speech and of press and in favor of slavery. Such As h0 hostility of film in that Quarter that nil clime a to it prove in and perhaps Niney Rhine but of every Bun. Dred Abs nil onto a in the do slam is voted has a majority of All the individual votes of the people of the United states of from ten to Twenty thousand. The exact. Number cannot be ascertained because in South Carlina the people do not vote ithe legislature appoint the electors of preside this state or. Van Buren has a Niqi Prity of about Twenty two to Tousand acco Ding to the calculation of the opposition newspapers themselves but to make Liim out a a a usurper a a a minority president a they count South Carolina us forty thousands the whole number being set Down against or. Van Buren and none for now the Union party of that state compose from a third to one half of its population and they Are openly for him and would Hay so Given their votes if permitted. By the so Ste government to go to die polls and vote directly for president. If a then the state can give forty thousand votes Miteen thousand of least and perhaps Twenty thousand would Bave been for. Or Van Buren for would have voted for him i have of doubt in prefer ence to any other candidate before them allowing him but fifteen thousand there would be a majority of ten thousand against him in the stale. Deduct this from the. Twenty two thousand majority he has in the other states and he a Clear majority of the divid Ual votes of it least i2000 he is elected according to All the forms of the Constitution and by these Large state electoral and individual and yet gentlemen Call him a a a usurper a no in is the con Slit Trona lawful pre Isido it acc rom Fife fourth of March next All men Wil e hound to obey Bim As such within the Palm assigned to him by aha inst Lutins of his Coli Wilry. Suppose or. Van Buren had received Otie Yoto piss than enough to elect him air a the question had come before this Rouse ? in that cent. General Harrison with Sevy Klyr three of judge White with Twenty six votes might Baye been elected. Such a result was by no Means distinguished gentleman from Kentucky or. Hardin stated upon this floor in a Debute which occurred Here last session that the member. Wh6> held the Seal in. The. Contested elect Ion from North Garoiana might Fri casting vote for Presidenio should the question comb of us. Inv Tihy by Stales no one what the result would Hay Benl of one of the. Gentlemen named had been successful and ass bail re Senry and denounced him As a usurp a and cd related War iii a Dye hcs be Ause Jie Tad d min drily president what astonishment would. Have been a expressed by the Puppo Siubun what decl urls would have been Deliya red. Upon Law arid obligations a the motto would the a been a a it Judy a him by jigs acts a Bunow when Ouri candidate is i fair a by Prity of the Independent voters of the Union Jie is i Josp Kubr because general Jackson via sift Fiir ii or Opp Silion Flo a dts like. Bit of the was is be commenced i Daiely under whose Banner do gentle Meh. Propose to ? who is Candi Fite it of italic Sevy ral spa Rico jppposed4to Tho can Biog a ? is it judge Riviau Oguni Svith a votes of South Garp Friia to stat Uron ? who him a a mtg i inti that stifle my on what the terms she Tild tej _ but let that pass. Imagine you see the new president at the. A a White House a a prepay he to Pond in his to gpugre8s, w his Cabinet around him. The message is care ully read through and each members de sired in give Bis. Opinion freely with respect to it. A Rii i the first one who Speaks is a Bah Kite who believes the government cannot manage its fiscal concerns without a a a he insists that there shall to a positive of Ana Tonai Bank and refuses to give his Ottlie do a meet because there sep Suph paragraph in it. F his brings to big Southern strict construct Nisi who denies the aut Pri of Congress to legislate on the subject acid who declares his utter Abhorrence for any such proposition al Pula ring furthermore that it a in break Down the administration to avow this sentiments the a unifier gives his opinion that i Here is a Strong incl Inatio Jaq two or three places towards a a centralism that these passages must by altered and a added a a the subject Ospon current to this the fed list strenuously pm Jewls and insists that the centrifugal Force is much the. Most powerful in our Republic the great danger being that Ilie Parl Fryni the common Centre. Next comes iho ant Maspn Yho the message is aug Geisel defective. A a you Viust give us a amp a a say up Reihing about the outrages up Ramiu the person of Captain William Morga give them a touch about extra Jii Docial pahs and secret societies plotting the Over if of our a a to Atis Well say the a by Lili Onisto a but a Small Neyrey Gimp fhe iii Versalie re Knowles to Hnyp by in th.8 Gre at v-4ppstie of i pm whal beef party of ibis Day comes nearest in Tiiu Fth Sci plea �8. They Pemper us. Party 5 let thefil a Nln in a solves what they May. What we Fahid principles ? he was age Ipp the Bana in prep to a High Tariff tbs Largo Suma of Money annual hic Hnry not want pm for any of the legitimate pure Pye rement. So . Be was against hip construction of works of it under the authority the general a a Fri whole country Wuhib ads and canals made by the funds draw from Industry present Belg byed to hats no agora and representative were bound to obey of the Ira pcs Titenis. Pro re sign their places and take the ii who so do pre. Look atthe a a a Dency a exhibited within the last few years of Ihu a Fath of Juliis position whilst the opposition Hwd generally instructions and Bolaffi retained their offices in Defiance of the Public will. Upon All the Cardinal Points and doctrinal of the old Demp Brauc party of 1800, we of Ibe present dominant party Are agreed a a Unity of sentiment among uis in re Gard to Theise principles which proves exc Fli sively that we Are the democracy of the Coon upon these doctrines in practice a the Means employed in ibis War Avih bid similar to i base always democratic party and such As a have Pigi Iai i Edthe Puppo Stipp for some years past. They arrogate a All the talents of the country particularly in both houses of up no Gresso and their puffers and Leuer rites Aid them to m Dkl that impression upon the pubic mind. A pm Vincnt Man ii Pii Pup Side is de pounced As greatly deficient Eithe Pia Talent or a the is either Knave or Fob. A a demagogue a is the common appellation applied to a wbk a Drof cate popular Rig Ita and popular doctrines. A a All tie religion and Are claimed no pie Side of the opposition and it id evidenced by the it Ibera Iohp weep and Wail Over a poor Indianu and a poor a Groes a the. A a decency,, Pii belongs to them. Witness the. Jii Pon a a dual say a published against mr., i tie coffin handbills circulated against son and. The violent and Puri be a harangues and publications against almost All the Pron intent men of our. Party. The. Newspapers on our Side Areni Versai ily denounced As to worthy of Confidence whilst their own cd Ven the most abandoned and Pryl Ligate Are held up As prodigies of truth and Patriot sin and last though not least they resort to. A Primus schemes for buying up the people with Imp own Money no plan will be left this subject. A Rdv Strib ution of Jandir of its or pc eds of Eposito 6t distribution jawt6 be passed annually a of any. Other plan which Tju effect the object will be this policy leads Tho people when the ply a tin is approaching to inquire a a which candidate is in Savov of Ying us Money a or a a who will get the most Money for us join this contest about Money Ipri a i plea will be a Verl Itoku a and we shall by gov i a a Ancl a a the great danger of National judge .ment8, on account of our nation Sinsig a what would the a a a Jiyu chief Fly in ii Sia Teof purple Fily ? avoid he gratify All ? what a Prelly piece of Patchwork what n dignified elevated and a Stato paper his. Message would be j a pull he reject a part of the propositions and adopt the reinaihdei.? hich a follow who would be the favourites no men Oti Earth can Tell any Hing a wat. It the Peoples Tai they Pem Elved that Wuh iii in was Dike Jang a leap a the Darker Wei st in voting a for Man an Bure Piv they were walking in the Light of Apen Day they knew big inn Cipley a the Prucy of his a a mini to ration and they by wisely i Pierre Dhim pall his politic no / v ,. A a again to whom is to is War to Bew sulk fury ? a it Ian Gay a in Den a a Atiz at Ismair get Tjw men my a neural this iffy in a cd dose a it Issy. A my a what Pipps but there infill Lible mod of win Pney Ofreci Duhg belong. A of a do min st my a la Aims if a do my pfc to and a do a be he of Kipf a a Ltd of a cd a and the can Ipoh a to what 0rtf the is really attached try a by Muffi bund that a thou Fias Offerson do a earned by the most to Law grovelling Atid mar Cenary motives which Ever Contr i the Lumail Miod. / the North and the so uth inc fast a the al test have been invoked to join in this Crew Sade a not the new and ministry tip a the gentleman of a out i Fri Pickens called upon the South to comento the re scum a and confide Nuy i hinted Massachi Betts and Wilhe country. On Bdl sides a Chhe Bio Ivorid Aid prostration of or. Van Burov sir will find himself in a like a celebrated character in he Glish history who could a a a Puj rits Vamp in the vasty deep 5�?T but unfortunately Quot any Ippu Tot come Evhen he the pm Dpi a of these a edited states Quot Arpa just Pep ple add disposed to Hesiod upon every cond flip cited they will not condom to finer until he has done a something worthy p f Ponder no to in. I times at otherwise. Two a jul weave la Tion a which prompts Meir in Rasli and. Dali. Ger us to it May induced Public Maii Toad Adrinn. Without hearings but private Cit ii Zed will hear a Fofe they str it As Many gents a Mph Hay a a Cehily it a a no of. in regard i will exam ivyh6p�,�?~ fit we to up be in re Succes a fit that he a ppm site been for the Jas tvs ight by Tel Yam my predict Dis that Wilt i Parup a Calmy prude of and policy y both at Budroe and abroad. That twill bar about add Saint Welaj tips b general a a Coso ifs ii hat or. A my Dison Dadid in be Mot a a fluid isl ration with Ahe except in that a he in a will he to nation i Bank Chatt Herdd Quot a and if Van Buron Shoi Irdy of cd and Aon. the stated he did at .the-late.election, add hip votes of x?e6rgia Olio Indiana Andis Bdl Ieta in Heip Ahtty Bijj pro the a a use of his sed firn it and of the press is Mem that has cd a of occupied exec live
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