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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - August 19, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana
$2 per annul itt Adrance. A people want to 1>iotatos0. The end or fee year. By i. Deal. ii Diama i iday alc�v9t 19, 188�. 1.ivo. 4a� p Oil atm from Tho Pennsylvania Telegraph. Who is the Palsi Fieri the first or tide under our editorial heed is in extract from a speech delivered in Congress Oil or five Jeun a of by col. Ii m. Johnson he candidate of the Federal party for vice pro sides Lei the editors of the Pett it Al Quot print read it to them it most be astounding who is the a Ijler co. Johnson or the mean contemptible creatures that tall a bout a Granny and Quot Petti coals in reference to the illustrious Soldier Nho has fought the Battles of his country Van Buren and his Hartford convention supporters Are the re Vilers of general Harrison. Trio few dem Crali with col. Johnson n their head Olio still Slit k to the a d sri list but Olio outfit to leave them despise these Vii Kur. G who Delight ii preying upon the common a glory which a Doris he brow of our a rive goner a a. Col. Johnison does Lionor yet Diilio Puisho Honor Lollie of uie Wegl. A ii dwell lie May. A a subaltern it Itice r under Gen. Harri Bon col. Johnson won All Lii laurels. G i. Harrison does not i Para it Rihs Sei vices of col. Johnson and col Johnson in Lite itis Lory supporters Wil not disparage the private Worth Civi Qualia in Ili Iii and High military ser vices of general Llan Ifon. And who is there that Ever Dii those who Ltd it iced i the Vii tort i of the i3iigi?l Iii i8l3 and the Liuti Ilia Iii of us g Nerau and a who is Hern Ihal do it i lie Ian if a it try that the i Par Ngod aum Rhian valor now dip it be it. The Samii men that in Iii acid slandered g n. I Arrison in 1 u 1.3 Hale and slander him Itow. If there is a Spuk of the old Damu cry Lic party alive it Buist kindle in Quot u Une and Mako Llu Aimo Plire Toi hot for the is m Jen is of Amo Zicai valor. The of t Oldick will not he his venerable pm it Iii so i die will the Young men Wiio live Rea the his Ory of the late War it it Lily i tiie Eric be it Ihire is an editor ii the United Stales Tio still persists i. Suicide ring the Harrison after Reading the i i e h of colons Johns Oiin the word full Ijiro Quot our i to be Impi d upon Lii fori head. Quot who Isgen. Ii Irris tui t Heidi of one of the signers of tin dec. In lion of ii Idt Pend nce Ali is fut Lii greater part of his Large Lurmie i redeem bag the Plejo lie t Len a in of his a Fortune life and sacred Honor Quot to a oriere the Libe Liei of ins countr of the car erog ii. Ii. I need no up Cali the Hilory of tin West i Iii history. Fir Fot y a teen id Kiili id wit i it nor Sis a and it Hope. U Dve Jairy of loved in tile w ilk ion gee to a Tud to Lulli hed 1j Multi Bim Mitu Cili of his Colin try. In inset been mire ill seriously in i yield. During that file War i was in Active service Han any Oiler be incr Al Otic a re a peril is oftener u him of ten a and Kiev or a Zisfain do item fool. K. M. Johnson d speech in Congress March 1833.j i Cessor. Therefore except to the Fuu filament of a lawful contract such As the reimbursement of debts contracted or payment for services performed any acts of one legislature May be re sealed by a subsequent legislature he preservation of Public Faith in legitimate acts is h duty and beyond this the obligation of one legislative body cannot devolve upon another. All obligations Are reciprocal and the acts of the present legislature cannot revert so the acts of the former can not bind the present. I have considered it in unfortunate circumstance that we Are become a banking nation. If the original proposition could recur i should Hope that the decision would be Given Unn Quali tii Day against Llie introduction of any thu r circulating medium than that of a paper Cini lation by increasing a he a a inuit lessens its nominal value land the Bankers derive the be Orfit. If the evil cannot be immediately eradicated we should Endeavor by All honorable Means to prevent its Extension in Trio Hope that Public sentiment Ive Lually become to universally in a Avor of the specie medium that Wilh i Gnu m general Shock to Mii Public pm it Iden Ccu like Golden age Quot May be restored. With great respect and esteem your Fri mid and fellow citizen r. M. Johnson. To Mosst. Aii a. Vache m. La Huc Stephen Las Brounk Alex. Ming in. And e. W. Graham. Much dreaded rival was dead Betti it was he came openly out renounce Bia former friends and aborted for Ibe hero of new Orleana. When did he support the Bank of Ibe bolted Stateff prom Bia earliest Iii in office he was then a warm adv Cate of Aigid a petition and wrote private Letten to the president of the Bank urging him to la Cate a Branch at Albany. At All Elmea and on All occasions be waa the Friend of that and every other Bank. When did he oppose the Bank a after Gen. Jackson had vetoed Ita new charter Bill and he found be Muat denounce the Bank or get be the influence of the president to help him into Bieber office then it waa and not till then he declared Quot hostility i it the United states like Irie Daof Van Buren look upon Iii picture and then examine history did if they find a guilty of one misstatement then we will acknowledge that Martin Van Buran is consistent and that All the rest of the world Are in . Y. Times. Jijoo foe c a Sidaui tir Vicc pies new York a co Foco addressed a letter to col it. Of. John soil asking Hii views in not to Tion their doctrine from i Yin to the follow inf a in iwo a this Yogi will understand As express ing my views in approbation of the three Firat p<ira4raphs of the Al Eclar action of o i the other three i believe All inc acts of my pub he life have shown my opposition to monopolies and vested rights. Our natural lights Are Sut Lucient and a legis live body cannot create others. To Confer upon any Man or body of men in exclusive Power to exercise them is Only to deprive the rest one Community of their rights. The in fluence which any Man or voluntary association of Man May gain by their Success in at kind of business will Law toys be aug gently great and Audi a Lentzjr danger oui without the recon Lilion of Law or the special favor of Gnu Ermenc. Lily try generation of a Hon acts for Taeu and is uncontrolled by the acts of the former generation i so every legislature Acta for Ita con tit in a its with the aame Power and it Rogat Ivea that pm Mem de and no it of one Lefly latin re Ean of right curtail the Power of Itam Van i Jokn consistency. Some pretend to s by that Van Buren has teen consistent in his oppo Ilion to men and measures. Let us inquire into this Mailer. History a lol recorded the fact that he Ever expressed an opinion concerning Wash a Ikon or j t in St o. Vav Tiomi did he of to a Madison and the War during it he heat of the War when All the girl like Power of Madison wore Al Vork to ii slay his Sulf Cring country Vilc the capital of the nation was in lamest while the Bayonet of the enemy was piercing the hearts of out Orfi ii and children while his fleets vere clock Riding our ports and while Lis Hordt s of Nui Idrous Savages were i Iii g to the Powers of Jackson and on the frontiers that was he Lime that the Modi in Sunshine pit Iol v in Kiiren opposed m Idison and lie War when tie i to rl6 of the far Ner were crowned with suice8&-jul>e� he deadly Quot Quot and Bright ill part peace ha4 Sellyei Ili Pley of sgt i Ltd a to fib bailed upon Etc pulpil.4�d, vhf us int fort keep soul in 1iink in Hnein Iarj uie Dei varied a Ftp towns and hamlets Blued will h Nina Loiis in Honor or Totore in the Victory Aow Iube Ihmle of lean of heaven a lid found-itead1ttpnae in every Patriot Boom to and it till a Quot Voie at Ilij Emmr wac,higp4to Elba Back cite ion Clinton had the Power of promoting him to office and when or. Clip up s friends nominated him for the Wear Dency in opposition to or. Madison then Van Buren supported him with ail his might. When did he oppose l e Witt Clinton when he thought Clinton no longer Able to promote him adjust As that great Man was endeavouring to consummate his vast internal improvement system Van Buren came out against him and the Erie canal and he maintained the most deadly opposition until the death of or. Clinton when in the plenitude of his Cona mate a had the Hardihood of pre1i�bd Tunt at his Sadden death. Whan a oppose Andrew Jackboot throughout the whole of the presidential contest when Dan. Jackson waa first Ai candidate. Van Buren opposed blk travelled both North and South a Keg speech Eatn favor of Crawford and de Ovunc log Aiom and Jae Kaoo. When he foua4 ural the voice of the people Wae far Iron in Iam thai Crawford could out be elected and that Clinton big from the Baltimore Patriot. To Martin Van Buren vice or a 5ir-it being my intention very shortly to pass in review before the american people some of the High toned monarchical sentiments advanced by the present administration i desire if it be possible to ascertain Bow far try Ese principles have obtained your Sanction. I desire this because 1 have no unkind fee unit towards you and not the least inclination to do you injustice. In your reply to the convention that nominated you for the first office in the country i find the following paragraph m consider myself the honoured instrument selected by the friends of the present administration to carry out its principles and policies and thut is Well from inclination As from duly i shall if honoured with the Choice of Llie american people Endea Vor to tread Gener Jilly in the footsteps of president Jackson Happy if shall be Able to perfect the work which he has so gloriously at first View would appear to go the whole or Quot nearly the whole hut then it he been said that a Man with a Greffet Deal less ingenuity than you of it a could hang up a great Many exc it i is under Emir a of our Reserva Troik 0knerall that in the so uth the be an by option Inife n Orth Iti pm text a a Ftp Limo Mesnak. M sus. Replied Romul Yvo roof your Ewi Jalili Ini lond clip Lyrer to to f no Thomas Jefferson. While this statesman and Patriot was vice prepaid ont of the United states it waa customary for the individual holding the Bald High of cd to attend the brain eat More in Perath thin refinement of Mora modern times will allow. It happened on one Occa Aien that some important matter required Bis attention in Philadelphia and some other places Distant irom the capital. In those Daya a journey to Phi Tambia was not to be pref Road in a hours it was three Day s travel and not of the most pleasant sort either. On Bia return he stopped in Baltimore it waa about four or fire in the afternoon when the vice president Rode up Sui this and unattended to the tavern. A scotch Man by the name of Bayden kept the hotel of late so much improved and now so handsomely sustained by our worthy townsman Beltzhoover. The Bucks of the town were assembled in the Large Hall smoking strutting crack jokes and otherwise Maul no in the Etc Teras of the Day. Boyden was at the bar examining Bia books and Doab Leaa making calculation in ref re rce to his is turn a topic pm. Delft Isuzu Nair be levered his bore in to the Banda of Tom Ostler and walked into the tavern Tothaker arrangements in regard to his fare. Some one touched Boyden upon the Elbow and directed his attention to the stranger who waa standing with Hia whip in his band striking it occasionally upon bks a Addy Uggla. Boyden turned round and surveyed him from head to foot and concluding him to be an old Farmer from the country whose company would add no credit to the House he said abruptly it Quot we have no room for you Jefferson did not hear the remark and asked if he could be accommodated with a room. His voice which was commanding and attractive occasioned another Survey of Hia person by the honest proprietor of the House whose Only care was for its reputation. He could not find however to his plam dress pretty Well covered with mud any.4hing indication either wealth or distinction and in Bis usual rough style he said a a a room Quot Jefferson replied a yes sir i should like to have a room to myself if i can get Quot a room a to yourself not no we have no room there s not a spare room in the House All full All occupied Ean t Accomma the air. A Farson to i a upon his Beeli d a lakh by this in Ihu a in we mounted in a Fen Znutas one of it Al it a lip a Multan ii o cil in and tasked a Goseman Rode up to the Kmentt before r sail Borden. Male it a the eat a up horse i. T been gentleman Back Thia ago noon and rat All but one common g fellow wbb Saoai in of Ike could have a Toki by k asked him Oist Oit at of told Kiai s a ii ident Rode up to Illas kit Street where he was recognize ii Man of his acquaintance and if them directed to the Globe tavern which stood some where near the Corner of Larket and Chartee streets. Hare Boyden s servants Canna up and told his heir master bad provided a room for him. A Tell him i have tagged rooms said Jefferson. Poor Boyden s a better imagined than described. The chaps who Wara loitering about the bar and the Larga Hall am had laughed heartily at the disappointment of the Muddy Farmer had recovered from their astonishment a and were preparing to laugh at to Beer downcast landlord. After Home Tiaa be prevailed i on some Friend to wait upon or. Jenerson with his apology and request that he should return and Lake lodgings at his House promo air the Best room and that All attend ion should be Given him. Or. A Fierson returned the following answer Quot Tell or. Boyden Quot and he appreciate Bis kid int actions but if he had no room for the noddy Farmer he a Ali have none or be vice Baltimore Athena emt. Torlef general approbation. I not lab How i for Sra at to assume any this a Ivoti fore big a great gratification were you to make an explicit declaration that could not be . You would add to the Olaf if Jou would answer the follow we Filer Iea to relation to Anat tars not parties. Harlf connected with tha present and. Mio Strahon Matyel of Gray of a interest 1st. A it file you la a Claravon it of War at Ort Britain in my were you opposed Thart election of Jaa. Mana onion lll9t 3d. Were Pou a Hwy Iii Hie Ilie Tion of Andrew Jick Iea. I Itaf 4th. Were spa Milms cd Juk strict Loilit St. Waray i no a prov Talon Quot new work to pm will in 6th. it Flag we Mali Uret to Abr Tom Jill ,ihmiin9�if All Here by yen villains a ily 4hd Ian jul m go of Lemaa we be cot fort Rohacs iialtm�v4cepmlmbatefilie a a vice president of to a United states Quot exclaimed Boyden Nln est Bra Athale in Whir jts sir thoams be Ccnaan the vice president of tha j. Sta Tai and tha Grant Tel a an Auva. A Marder what have 1 Itaf Laid at Hui service by Georgel vice Prei Dante Thomas Jeam Tatt him Tocoma Back and it Kali have my qua s Parlord adj own Ream a a Pitar what hypo i Dom hat by a lha Trallis Hafl pm tha room if he a a t Han Hastal Pat Climi a mls on to my m talk a Lut from the Chui Icolee Gateff Julg Edh. General Harrison. This listing used citizen arrived in town on sunday Mori ing last on his Way to the North and took lodging at Madaria a hotel. A a soon a his arrival among a waa made a Tioli a number of our Citi Tena waited upon him anxious to pay their reap Acta to the Man who occupies to Ora East h station in the estimation of relm popu which it is his lot to fill. On monday morning be paid a visit to the venerable Gen. Carmur at his residence near town and we learn that the meeting Between these Pioneer and fat Era of the weat waa exceedingly inter Atine. They had few opportunities of each other s society since it was theirs to be United in one common cause of defending the North Western frontiers from the attacks of foreign and Indian foes and the Remai Acenes which were brought before the Aiem Oryo each were such a to make it pleasure to meet and pain to part. In the afternoon the hotel we a crowded with Cuitene from to angry and Towas All washing to pay Lla Alf of Botes or respect to the peo a a candidate for tha presidency and Anity did themselves the plea Aitra of enjoy Iii for a Short sea mini us agreeable intelligent conversation. A Amoa tote number were Levrai a Omkar ail the fiatau a aft ready and How to Bearle Tak Sof Iliia tue us a assigned to the comm it of the North Western army was Well performed and Roii Cloas to prove the the a portions cast upon thu car air of their beloved eneral in whose Good Fame they had every one a personal indent Cai interest. We a Public dinner would have bean ipod red Bim if it had not been known that be waa Avera to such to Kena of reaped la Thil particular his conduit and a Dalai off a Tho Eroi Cleee of this it Wartur pout Almit tha u my i fms a huh Ankara added xon a Carloa to a Darm crowd Kaalt Harhi Noi tha Toast Mark Nat of lha do racer is aft Riis in Mill ii me deity May a a pity which ii Alia a eras Palmat of Tikia Ilkar Isa rawas a Meta rite
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