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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - July 29, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana Per a Briw Iti Adrance. Ajo be opt want Kun l>icta.t0�t9.99 at the end or the rear. By m. Al. Deal. ii Daiva Friday a Fullr 99, 18s�. From the Evansville. Join rent falsehood exposed. Some Montha ago we n to tired a that Esprit in he Louisville a it Iver i her that of the persons in Gibson county who had served under Gen. Harrison in the Battle of Tippecanoe there was Only one who would support him for the presidency. This was at the time Well known to be a Black falsehood a wilful lie. Among the people of this Section of the country the falsehood was so glaring As to be beneath refutation. While on a visit to Gibson on the occasion of the 4 h of july celeb ration our it tension was who hold and have held important of which hereafter you May wish to be Fiche and we be Niuro to say the same number of surviving soldiers of other wars cannot be fou Iid in any country who universally gland so High in society As these men. The following certificate is from persons who served under general Harrison but who were not in the Battle of Tippecanoe Quot we whose names Are Hereunto Annex a Hartvin served under Gen. Harrison although not in the Tippecanoe Battle resident citizens of Gibson county do state that we prefer him fur the presidency of the u. Stump to called to the subject by col. William Hargrove a Cap a in under g micral Harrison at the b Wiliie of tipped Ilinoe. Col. Hargrove w Sanj Sill is a w irm supporter of the of Gen. &Quot.jhclcon. We Learned hat the number of Fth advertiser sliding hat there was Only one of the gi>3on county citizens who served under Gen. Harrison that would support him for the presidency was soon suppressed in that county in some manner that it had any other candidate before the Public. William a Nair Stephen , Edward l ecu Samuel Hock air s. D. King. What we said with Rop w d to the character of the signers of Ilie other certificate May be said of these. William Barker was a Lieuten it an it unaccountable 8�"� Quot Harrison since a major been seen j a Milita. No line you May wish to blot be careful that you admit into Bat much read volume no sentiment which you judge Hall and a few other persons Hargrove states to us that and that in order to expose this false a Here Are Only five other persons in Hood the old soldiers of the tip Peca Gibson county who a erred Noe Battle Field in that country with Harrison that he has conversed with the exception of four Orliva had come most of them and thai he believes Lar Ward and subscribed the articles support general which Are Annex a l. These articles Quot it son for the presidency that were prepared for a Cincin Natrop per it it 7 Quot ave and venerate him As a Man but we Are permitted to publish them. A general but to that they like we Aill give a Plain unvarnished a Hargrove arc jacks omans and count of the aft and we wih he key think it would be changing their exposition to be read and marked by logo against the Van Buren every honest Man As a specimen of the deception Practised non the honest col. Hargrove s assertions among yeomanry of our country. Corruption of him Are Syo Normous and falsehood tire talked of and expos. De till they become so common in the could the vile detractors of the of the people that the awful con Quot of go Quot but Here col. Few genres Are forgotten. Would Hargrove speak of his old general god that our people could be truly by t Quot a describe the Bat informed of the impositions that Are Quot Quot of 1 Tippecanoe his Furness and Practised upon Ibum. Were Oruill it bravery on the Battle Field his kind Laid before them there would be no Quot is and humanity to his so Diers and Danier of their straying from Honor him with to ars to Kling Down und True interest a but great Are he Quot a i Ciekus indignantly Vitorts of designing demagogues to mis Lead the people. Poi in Al , Endeavor to it is raid that this falsehood was re thu liase a Anders of those we \ Plu tithe hard earned Lam a is a rom his get coined by the at Princeton Quot aps brow the. Y would shrink ,.> and forwarded to the editor of the and a a a i quoth Quot Quot a mountains Rod it Ali. R. We Hope or. Penn will de them run inform the people of Gibson whether own bad chess. Or. A Birthnot or himself made this we Llie postmaster Quot that too wilful lie. The Cert Lirati a follow of party Quot who the letter to the a we lie iin>ler9iinf Cit Izeh a it c i of the , Gib of Roui Ity Indiana who under general Harrison ill Luis in l who were in the Battle of Iii in Adock do state that we prefer him Tor the presidency to any other candidate now before the Public. Princeton May Lohn Brazelton. Samuel Wheeler Henry reel Elias Barker Willis Alsop Thomas Montgo Mouv Asa Musick John i. Neely William Hargrove j Ames Smith Reuben Fitzgerald. Robert Milburn William main Grum Richard m. Cirk Isaac Montgomery Johnson Fitzgerald. Thomas Archer. Alexander Decker. James m lure David Johnson la escrow. These arc nil men of respectable a Landing in society. John 1. Neely was Corporal at the Lime of the Battle afterwards paymaster major general of militia co nifty clerk and Post master for Many year. William Hargrove was c Uptain of a company railed in Gibson county and was the principal officer of the guard tha night of the Battle Ince col. O militia. Tomai Montgomery was leu ten Nal in the Battle a me associate Jude. Jam a Smith was elected c a Plain of Warwick a Covi Pany after Warwick a Khuda inca major of militia Timil Sirof the a a a girl aware for Many. Jimro and on of tha convention for for inf tha Isaac Montgomery tie Winant in the Battle Lance my a a Gator for u Yean and now on of. The Awo Clata Jureti. Many of the other ilgner of their it ire arc men Voin Iii ii that base and Wilkiel Faue i Iod Lias Yone Forth to the world mis Tibig to Etc of soldiers who p Ribeil their lives to protect our families from the 6avi\t,e Tomahawk and scalping knife to the Una wings of this of Vii Roizis Fiance and the just ind Ignatii 01 the Community in which he lives. To parents. Following most excellent a big i it ions to parents Are contain in ii in a id decl a lately delivered in t Limo by d. P. King Esq. Fathers and mothers you stand at Llie Fountain with the lightest Trace of Jour Finger on the yielding soil you can give a direction to the infant Stream you can Send it gliding Down through verdant Fields and flowery lawn�., imparting new Fertility amp Beau it and anon contributing its strength to compel the i it no Ica Ted machinery of Riidu try or you can Send it dashing f Aming Over precipice to join a Villi other headlong Stream carrying devastation in their course or you can Sutier it to Rolf its stud Gish Way into some stagnant Pool affording a Refuge for loathsome reptiles and poisoning the Atmo i Here with its pestilential Vapori. In infancy at Home the deepest and most lasting impress Tsiotis Are made your children May have Able and faithful instructors but there Are Many lessons of practical Wisdom which Are not taught in the schools. The Miod of your children ii constantly Busy he will be learning a lesson of you Whan you least Thini Krofit. To your child your remark is Wisdom your observation experience your opinion sound dict Rioe and your word a Law your children Are learning a Leason Froid Crery look and action hot most of All your example is educating your child. It a a Book cont ally open before him and which he is constantly a Tud Yitoi. Be careful anxious fsr Lher and you food Mother that you insert no Page 0� the Maryland Shore of the Potomac one of the Moat Majestic of Rivers and of its coarse for Maity Miles toward Chesapeake Bay. An aged Geo Tieman Are unwilling your child should trans-1 still living in the neighbourhood re member the House in which Washington was born it was a Low pitched single storied a ame building with rooms on the first floor and an enormous Chimney at each end on the outside. This was the style of the better sort of houses in those Days and they Are still occasionally seen in the old settlements of Virginia. Mrs. A he Nutoff. It has been related to me of one Whoso authority i cannot doubt that the first meeting of colonel Wal Hiag ton with his future wife was olt Ira by accidental and too place eat my use of or. Chamberlayne who resided on Pam Ukey one of the branches of York River. Washington was on his Way to Williamsburg on somewhat pressing business when he met or. Chamberlayne who according to the Good .ot4 Virginia custom which for Bida n traveller to Para the door with oat Ming homage at the fireside of Boalt Alliy insisted on Hia a Topping an Lily or Fyfo i Fatt a i Anat it. Washington complied unwillingly for his business was urgent. But it is said that he was in no haste to depart for he bad met the lady of his Fate in the person of mrs. Martha Custis of the White House county of new Kent in Virginia. I have now before me a copy of an original picture of this lady taken about the Tim of which i am treating when she captivated the affections of Washington. It represents a figure rather Bellow the Middle Sie with Hasle eyes and hair of the same color finely rounded a rms a Beauty i Ful Chest and taper Waist dressed in a Blue milk Robe of the fashion of the Timeto and altogether furnishing a very sufficient apology to a Young eau Tieman of seven and Twenty for delaying his journey and perhaps forgetting his errand for a time. The Sun went Down and Rose again before Washington departed for Williams Burg leaving his heart behind him and perhaps carrying in Obei away in Exchange. Haying completed Bis business at the seat of govern ent he soon after visited the White House and being accustomed As my inform ant says to energetic and per Saver ing action won the lady and carried Lier to from a crowd of rival. The marriage took place in the Winter of 1750, but at what precise Date is not to be found in any record nor is it i believe within the recollection of any person Liui i a my Poi session a manuscript contain ing the particulars of various conversations with old Jeremy Washington s Black servant who was with him at Ruddock s defeat and accompanied him on his wedding expedition to the White House. Old Jeremy is still living while i am now writing and in full Possession of his faculties. His memory is most especially preserved and As might be expected he delights to talk of Massa George. The whole series of conversations was taken Down verbatim in the Peculiar phraseology of the old Man and it a quite impossible to read a record of Tia lining Chron Cia Oft a Early Days of Washington without receiving the Aill conviction of its perfect truth. Cribe on the fair Tablet within his own innocent bosom. Fear not that i am Atout at this late hour to inflict on you a lesson on general , academies and colleges have been founded for the education of the mind and heart to these we must leave them but what has been to encourage the education of the band the heart and the mind should indeed be enlightened pure and undefiled but the hand must be Busy and skilful. The secret of Lappinen consists in never suffering the energies to stagnate. Fortunately to the Farmer s business there a no want of constant employment if you can accustom your children to patient and cheerful labor you have secured for them the Means of happen eat and Independence. In other Tationa of life there must be a fortunate stretched on the Rock of a Tao easy hair who by their everlasting Yawn confess the pains and penalties of idl Neas a trat Mil Quot to two Sto ifa ii i Tievy r to Vade a Farmers dwelling. In training your children to willing Industry do not Over task their strength let them feel that they can be useful and their assistance is valued. There Are various employments in the House the Garden and the Field Well adapted to to Weir tender years never let their la Bor be such in kind or amount As shall make it disgusting and if possible make them derive from their labor some compensation in Money or relax Alienor indulgence never withhold the merited paise or them never to expect others to do for them that which they can As Well do for themselves but to rely a ion their own strength and to Trust to their own energies. Whatever May be their own Prospect in life teach them to depend on their own resources. Help them to cultivate an affectionate accommodating Dis p it Safion moderation in their pleas ures. Teach them to reverence god and love work a neither despise labor nor Iii Bandry which the Moat High god has them to Bear the Yoke in their youth and to do with All Diligence whatever their hands find to do so shall secure for them the competencies and happiness of which the mischance of this world cannot deprive them. And when you shall have performed All life a duties and enjoyed life s pleasures when a your earthly Hull fall into ruins when your wearied frames shall find quiet repose beneath the soil you Hae faithfully cultivated and when your spirits like shocks of Corn fully Ripe shall be gathered in store houses not made with hands eternal in the heavens your grateful children shall arise Aud bless your memory they shall be living monuments which shall Bear record that you Laid for them a nearly life habits of patient cheerful and contented Industry the foundation for a Manly virtuous and honorable Independence. Paulding s Washington. The soot in a a literary Mem Naper Speaks in High commendation of or. Paulding s life of Washington and says that it will take a deeper hold on the popular mind than any work that Hiis yet been written on the same sob Jet. We sub join a few extracts Washington s birth p1\ck. The House in which Washington was born stood about half a mile front the Junction of Pope s Creek with the Brilliant exploit in Tux a Xvi la Tio Narv was on an evening during the revolutionary War when a number of whigs had assembled As usual to talk Over the events of the Day in Crawford and Donaldson s insurance Eft ice in Market Street that the circumstance of the general Monk potim�c7and va7 a Irhe burned on being in the Delaware Bay capturing fortunately preserved Stoher dealer nation a commission As a let lips of Parque waa doly a stated. In a week Barney waa ready with Hia Yri ii officer a one of whom waa the. Late ton Poat master of this City Abr a he exp Dillon. Tip h. A. Called. Bar. Ney gave order a when i command you to Board Are deliberately and with off tit and when 1 order you to fire then do you she went Down the Bay in Gallant at Jedi a guided a a Mer Haulman tir hta by press of mail a eth two Pill to w Board one on deck and the Oij Ber Low in care of a a Accident. Bainer a w the Generi Jim no and a Deaire of i Cape bawl Law a could Outadi the general honk Tny ordered the drag Anchor Loha overboard j the con Tequency vow Tho rapid approach of the general Monk. Barney to a loud authoritative a one gave Ordera to prepare for cd Dine. The commander of the Geno Iril Motiff deceived directed Hia la he in Uno Ilio Side of the Veasel and repel in expected assail Moa Woitt they were at their Posta they received a Brua Daide from to it Doc ally the Aback was Addeo and a every. A the comm rider of the general Monk and several other of Licera fell instantly. The general Monk Root turned the fire by it urn Fod late to retrieve. When Barney ordered Bla Meli a fire they boarded with omit resistance a horrid sight met their View Henri or one Hundred killed and wounded Lay upon her deck the blood in in streams. The general Moisik was armed with eight a lbs Pounders and a full disciplined Force of Ono hand red and thirty men. The Hyder ally was ambled with four nine pop Dersi and one Hundred and Twenty Landsman. The general Monk lost in kitted acid wounded a bout one Hyder ally lost four or ave l flied and one or two wounded. The Victory was obtained in fifteen minutia and the most Brilliant daring the War. The general Monk was afterwards purchased by the govera it ment and the Hyder ally was returned uninjured to or. Stanley and tie Money Sopro printed for the outfit was repaid by the Gor emment. Franklin Gazeau pulled Down Long previous to the revolution. A few scanty relics alone remain to Mark the spot which will Ever be sacred in the eyes of posterity. A clump of old decayed no tree problys Coeval with the mansion yet exists a a Biber of Vinea and Ahab a and Flowers Atill reproduce them Nii every Yaari a if to Mark Ita Aito floor. Ian among Tho hallowed ulna of o Stone placed Thero by or. Of forgo Waahid Ugto Caitiff beara the Almo Nacri Piloo Quot Here on the Lith of february Quot o. S 1732, Goorge Washington waa Trio apol a of Tho deepest Ioto Reat. Not Only fro a Ita but it natural beauties. It Commanda a View or overwhelming the coasters came under consideration. It waa resolved that a committee be appointed to obtain Money and f or Chase a Veasel for the Corem burp of a of capturing the gooral Moat. The Moody waa of Talbod from the Bank of North America and the Aub script int from the Houyao of can veg Beamand Nesbitt Wil amt Ani mor Ria mad and Fittl a ooh. Twat Leiper and John Wilcox. John Wil cot one of ibo committee Tho Hyder ally for John Wrig lil Sta Leif Tho eoflian4 of Bor Wa�iy-00 to Captain Bartley and a Crow of volunteers Chiey from the regular a ervice were engaged secrecy waa Martin Lorii a s fut from the Lime that Martin Luthier died he left the following in his last will and testament a 0 lord god f thank thee that th0u Hast so ordered it that i should be a poor muh on Earth. \ Al Eire owned a House or one foot of land on eat the. Thou Hast Given me a wife and four children these i will to thee and to thy care. Take them As thine be thou a judge to Tho fatherless and widow. I a Iii my spirit to god who gave it to be kept Atifa until the resurrection of the just. O take Itie Aud do that to me and for Hie that shall be for thy glory Ai d thy great name shall have All the Praise through Jesus Christ. emigration to the West. The Detroit journal of the 3lst ult. Says Quot the Michigan yesterday morning Broo Aht into this Citer the greatest Load a a paste a gom tot was Ever landed Here the re being oot less than 700 or 800 souls. We Lorii that at Buffalo the Rush to get on Board of her was so great that the Captain refused passages to Many portions previous to the regular hour of leaving there not being Reom to accommodate them. All the boats that come air a o be loaded Down to the extent of fair capacity. Within a week past hero have been landed on our wharves from a team ohis and Echo Oivera it East 10,000 May seem to our Eastern readers to be Aloi oat inc Redl ble by we can assure them m in no exaggeration. At Sonne of Oor hotel a and a have a groan aug Oyt Foroi 950 Paraon Mahavo take break fast to of cafe of into list of my hot have hero duo tepi Dity a blk a oar to o Iona Kooim Putoz Jur Olomi in m Rodi. A now be Hult wort to Mhz i heft oort 9,000 Loikow Gaia in a a oof Butlo Onier Primo Kieb a Tel a a a a a it a a have Boon Doe wed the work of it Tern or Twenty year to produce.

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