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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - June 17, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana
A Quot a Iii if Iii Iii 9 per Ann Iuni in Advance. An Mitsui Ebat a up Waht no dicta Tofts. A Tabt m. Ii. Deanii. ii Biana Fri air Jinns it 183�. Isom the i watchman Van a picture. All Mankind Are pleased with d rating that Are Well executed. Vvs think la the subjoined Are Sooh. Hence we live them to our readers. Ive do this Howe tar not merely for the gratification of their Tastet but for the Inforno Alioa of their judge Nants. The View that the american people take of Thea matters is important a Elj to for Fri that View becomes an incentive Totor acct action. In that regard itis of incalculable importance. Toe first Orthe following is taken from a letter written by the Hon. Sana Kiel m Kean one of the senators in con. A rest from Pennsylvania id sept. 1832 or. H Kean was then a now and support of info Emily has been amp Prea Dent Jackson Quot my personal respect for the president and the connection unfortunate 1 Nuit Call it both for the country and general Jackson which recently existed by to Reen him and or. Van Burn has hitherto deterred me in some measure from speaking of the latter is i think he uni Par. Ing bitterness of his former opposition to general Jackson continued until every Hope of Succo so is blasted by the a Romness of Pennsylvania argues but Little in favor of the sincerity and Patriot my of his late fawning pro it is Sloms to say nothing of their Gross Neil and servility. Situated As i am being on the conf Nas of the state of new York and having been personally intimate with Many of or. Van Buran a Ispir Laizans fish individuals have had Mattir opportunities than myself of marking his political Many Vres for the lust Twenty which time he has exhibited All the Power and qualities with regard to politics of the Chameleon assuming every Hue and color which Iii ambitious purposes in View of the moment seemed to require. To speak plainly a i know him to be void of political integrity a and most of those High qualities of the mind which wherever they May be found i humbly Trust no minor difference in Malter it of human opioid a a Rill Ever prevent me from duly acknowledging or yield my a just , and a certain to Peeve of Poplar Talent he indeed Pei Miesz but these Only Render Bim Ibe my i dangerous in times of Public excite meet and illusion. When be first entered Gen. Jackson Scab net i expressed my serious tits Givings of the result to judge Mclean then Post master get Terai and others and the mischief which i then apprehended have been More than his whole course has been that of a political Digorga Inizer whenever it could Groin orb his selfish Sciame party arrangements and even the sacred ties of personal Friendship have both by turns been coldly sacrificed upon the alter of his below is from then i a Ork Star. The editor of that Prii has known Van Buren Quot like a Book Quot Many Long years. He tells Only what he knows it at an Early period in the canvass we gave up the new England states in our calculation of votes again Van Buren. We perceived an evident Lea jag towards him among the Rich very nature try conceiving it their interests to prefer a Dent veto was not from the Aiu Ritt slates or hostile Wilt la a a a toe to be policy. It was also apparent to us that the some influence which supported Dewhit Clinton against James Madison in 1812, would from the same considerations be finally exerted in favor of or. Van Burens and we saw by the most positive indications that As the a Olilia excitement increased in new England Bli pm a a pectin that Section of the a Huntr a brightened. Nothing but these Side rations could have in id cod new England to abandon her greatest son deeming u air in Lecure Van Buren Seledo to a Northern Man and Arnii in i Wii. Anil Tariff state than to 1% a Pagh a Campaign faithfully but with one of their own4fied sad Able men indeed a whig Oft to Mai a said to i in Rerer Enoe the uni Tom pending Rhode Island Elk Kyle we Ter is Niy Choice a vat Van by Ren my alternative. Yen Ven a rent be has no a Man Oft Sii and is full of pet let curl aah a and Dis repel Ftak is patients Bot we Are. Tired of Southern do Miculion South Ern slavery and Southern policy it is time that we in the North should he permanently strengthened by hav the president and keeping the mid fancy in this Section a or. Van Buren s original plan was to Combine his Force with the Aid of new England votes. This Lan was Early abandoned. His cards a commencing the presidential Campaign were to our knowledge few and select. His intentions were to unite new Fork Pennsylvania and Ohio firmly in Bis favor and with this heavy vote overage the smaller states. As Pennsylvania and Ohio acceded from his grasp be turned Bis attention Tow Ards the East and his Genfi to that Section secretly encouraged be abolition question while in the South they As sedulously separated from him that interest. To suppose that or. Van Buren would reject abolition votes nay to imagine on the contrary that he would not go of it of the Way to secure them would be forming an erroneous Conception of his character and policy. Or. Van Buren has Al ways advanced himself by clinging to the policy and Mut abilities of the , for a period he Rode Forward it the Shouldiers of Clinton when Cunt my by aping o�4im Shouldiers of Tompkins theft heat cached himself to Southern interests by supporting Crawford was re elected a senator in Congress by pleading himself to be for Adams finding the Star of Jackson in the ascendant he sprang on his should Ere and has almost Rode the old Man to death in Riding into the executive chair. As with men to has been Bis game with principles and measures for he War and against the War now in favor of the canal then against it now for High Tariff then free Trade petitioning in favor of the United states Bank then declaring implacable hostility to that institution coaxing the anti masons in one state assailing hem in another in favor of slavery in the South and of abolition in the North acting with the Federal party in 1815, against them in 182c, und forming a compact with the leaders in 1822 to Day Democrat to Morrow a Loco Foco a gain at All monopolies and the very head of monopolists in favor of Distri buting the surplus Revenue among the people and noir against that measure. The Argus and possibly the Globe know All this to be True therefore they at least should not venture to deny that the abolition of the North now sustain him. Or. Van Buren looking Only to Bis own personal advancement and the Gumti fiction of his own Ambil Ilmis views allows no pm Fly. To i prong a no change the be Road fee new policy to go into effect without his cutting in some Slieper or other to take the Benefit of Quot one card or. Van Burgh holds which by always Bas deemed his strongest in the games vis create in a belief thai Tippo Siim it a Teleost that if election is Ceram us thus inducing hit opponents to give Tif a de in and leave him in Possession of the fed a now we say to All parts of the Union if those opposed to the election of Martin Van Buren will Only vote am this is not asking Loo much of freemen he cannot possibly be he nay we go cd her Enid be pm states of a w lot Fher Nam of amp tem the Voit if state of jew York if those who do not with to see him elect cd will Deposit their 90t�,� a gait him in the ballot boxes. We speak understandingly on the subject. He has not by 30,i 00 votes the strength possessed in this state by general Jackson. He will not receive the vote of the Jackson party by Many thousands and can be Defeated if the Rokis Mit unit in a spirited Campaign Aga Iii hit Quot Roco has been publicly stated in debate on the floor of the House of representatives without Howeiler Guara tying the truth of and part of the statement except that of presents of some value having been made to the emperor we give the article to our readers now for what it is Worth which is much More than we at first . Int. From the London morning Herald. Lisbon March 19. Quot i stated to you in a former letter that there is an american Squadron expected Here to consist of the North Carolina 90 gain ship Potomac and United states frigates John Adams Corvette and two other smaller vessels. On their egr rival the Commodore is to shift Bis hag from the Constitution now in this port to the North Carolina. The ostensible object for which they come is the pro. Section of their Trade in the event of a War with France but it is believed upon very solid ground that the Pur pose is far different. The United states government has been Long endeavouring to induce the emperor of Morocco to sell one of bit ports to them and in order to put him in Good humor have made Bim presents at di&m�t4iai��, a mounting a together to the value of 150,000 doll an. The frequent visits of american ships of War to the moorish ports having begun to awaken in the minds of our rulers some suspicion of what was going Forward and it being guessed that England would not fail to throw every obstacle in the Way of any arrangement of that nature the Yankees it is surmised have Only w withdrawn their Squadron from the Mediterranean in order to be Able to pursue their object in that Quarter unobserved by feigning to have Given it up. The emperor it seems Tho for a Long while reluctant on the plea that it would displease England has latterly begun to Mani fest some disposition to accede to the proposal. The conclusion 1 Drew from the above stated Prentiss was that our naval Force in this River would be considerably strengthened and the fact which Only came to my knowledge subsequently that some More ships of the line were in train of equipment in the British ports appears to corroborate my conjecture Harrison s narration. It is Given with that artless sincerity Tebb is always an attendant detail sail it the place and time of a is capture ii Ligh from the mexicans of his re capture of discharge by Hurrera and of his Las Ersest by the texans is Iven. Llis be a a Roseena Lett of from Cap Tali wheelright of the pocket to a bib Strong Confidence is exp Rel a in the truth of or. Harrison s narrative. Who ire first Mot in the Public prints a Tab intimations similar to those contained in the subjoined article we considered the whole m in ingenious Fabri Catten by the log a ion new makers or speculators at the sex. Pense of the Crew split of Thair of a Ders. We Are indeed to Beliew w. Ever from circumstances which Bave since fallen under our observation Haiha Statt mint u True not Only m Tobista Bce bul also to its material Par it the a Smil of value of Nuil of a . Harrison. An account was recently published in some of our City pers of a bar Barous butchery of or. B. Harrison son of Gen. Harrison by the mexicans in Texas a we of the Gazette doubted the authenticity of the Story and said nothing about it. There was it is now ascertained no correctness in it. I Tate seen a letter from doctor Harrison himself dated on Board the texan Sloop of War pocket Captain wheelright Galveston Bay april 25. It seems the doctor is a prisoner on Board this vessel charged with being a spy in Behall of the circumstances that involved him in this Tuple sent pre Deli Switi As narrated by himself Are allot Revti he we captured with a Ody of texan forces by the mexicans. When or where he does not state. Whether with col. Fanning is Uncertain. He we informed Bat his fart to be massacred Ond item Aesir Foo Viaola Orlum. Lie in revived it Best to attempt an escape for if shot Down in the attempt a death thus met was preferable to the one he apprehended. He made the attempt was fired at and slightly wounded but escaped. After concealing himself for three or four Days excess of suffering induced Bim to seek Relief and he presented himself a prisoner to the mexicans. He was conducted to Victoria where Geo. Hurrera commanded. To that if Licer he made himself known. His statement was accredited and Gen. Hurrera in consideration of an acquaintance of the soldierly character of Geo determined to treat Bia Soo Mboi orally. He supp Lio it Jshii a bit of trave list Guinis in the character of a Ifni to conduct Jim to the text of i treatment so diff Grant from that a. Ally Mfd in the mex Alt to a Eri in eight in by a of or lieu ii �lbtictli4f�ilmlii�,e4ll�� to it a total a a a a spy. A Imp a Iru Keti Lita Loed him Sulci fico a other and Are design feed Row for the Bis ifs a a in Sellers the second kit by Yah do a a Oil Bis con sectors the third a pm it a mice Erst and the Foerth or deacons. Over the Divi Ehi i tired air each of be rows of to ii a Ted canvass Rolf i Ufa a a a ii and to be let Doorn no Asur to concent Tif dip Iisha a Aew tiie audience. Tbs Mem a into four a Parta in it St # s to ear Rutm a Hobbx Are represented by naturalist As having a state of nature a Rufil Republican government. Itis Only when tamed and civilized by Man that they become slaves. ,. It in their wild St site in South Knoeri Ca and the Ukraine obey air said to have regular elections Forf luf Choice of a president or chief Lygis Lrata in what manner they Vot Atigh lists do not pretend exactly to describe. It is pretty evident to us it cannot be by ballot. It May be in the Virginia Mode of Viva Voce or it May be by a a division of the in the Ukraine says or. Good thi a Hie orse in command seems fro Otei ration of naturalists to hold his of lace about four or five years i alien a new election Les place the old general Sab Missi Ely 4ui<�o�to then nos when the Polis Jirld sometimes he is reeled if but i it a i Are nyx. i y the Umpir Lmh it i it Post a i in no Imp Cir fight n out and the Jonq Mirer Tom quietly assumes the rain of a a Vern ment thus Emp Attsitty Al Oving Bim self in sight of Bis constituents to be the better Many we beg Bis Pordon a the better horse. Taking this account of the rna Lural its to be True Swift s Story of the Hough Hunis is not so vary improbable As has generally been supposed by the Reader. The difference Between them an the other republics of Hor ses seems merely to have been that the former were better educated. They were great philosophers and of moreover remarkable for purity ii Towk Domestic character being i we recollect right As strict manage Istas or. Primrose himself. As horses in their Best state Art staunch republicans a question arises whether their Mode of government was at first adopted from such republics As appeared among Mankind of whether the notion of free govern ment among men has not rather been copied from that Morg the Hor ses but we must leave this question to the. Ingenuity of the Valura tiits from whom the above very Caiiou facts have been taken. Atto York transcript the cond objects of in till to scr be and attic stories a or mba of logical Adi Lifry is Mitai a Hatch is have the it Santili Faber a a Jam nit ached to Tito a Merile ios Are very eager to Alfew aah Oil Ca Tion. I cd a women in my Idre Ojiri e study Init Ibe hebrew. Some of the Niehing the Middle i g pursue Meir hebrew till is of Check at night and Atte Noah a else. They part tend to hike n a Lions Ork Miracle heal the Siik l state Bank of Indiana. The Saib and Fleuridell Fig prospects of May be judged from the declaration of Divide to is May recently Mado. The brads big a it Madison and Richmond each ail do a 6 per cent for the last six Vonick each of the other branches a a cup the fort Wayne Branch divided 4 per cent for the same time. In add Tion to the dividend the sum of for by thousand and Twenty three dollars 83-100 was added to he surplus fund oms Clai the ii tit of the surplus fund in amid egg brie Mousaad to Bun did Tel three dollars eighteen cents. Towards which Sam the whole of the profits of the fort Wayne Branch for the first six months 3,886 .7i, was appropriated after the example of the original branches. In addition to the Ether Means of the institution the specie on hand is one million and seven thousand two Hundred and forty dollars eighteen cents. It was not deemed expedient at this time to locate or organize the Trelah March of intellect. The gentleman living a Fraine county Ohio writes that a a or extraordinary tact not a a turf up sine the Daytes 8lelwie-cl in the lows of Kirk Ltd Ifcic. Have erected a Stone Temple at on a a of Quot to penal of $40,000. It is sixty by a a la k fit bread and Ira a Btl by pfc it s iwo rows of go ibid windows m jul ism by of the Cou itry. Jap we idea May be Orante of a Ioc Reasin in Pertant of the of our it and a a a by the i Mikhno amp need in the but Itati a peril of die launch of an a Mega Iii a to knt Hundred tons Fredn the Gravid Island Ott tue Day last. She Telfer sign Abr a Sigular trader Between bump Akes Michigan. Anti pc Shopo Olafe Hundred tons is of the toc Tift Buffalo. A be Conte lated Extension of the a Elmo Anttoni Oettl Road to the West would open he Athlinn and Best medium of comm Aji ion Between the commercial of ill a Maryland and those Inland Iii a a Ltd id cry Granite As it nil a Sei a to Are member of the state legislate Ste Wito while they admit he vital of the to Tiffand assured that it will command the travel of the Trade of be West to its full capacity yet Hei i late to appropriate Dollar Jajor Douai with Baltimore in Scott risk Lin Leple it Tion. A a to. Car. He fro i Nilert Register. Panic h report prevailed Aln alb Villa that the Public deposited or a Pari of them Weiten be remov9i.4nn the Union Bank. That is thai Hank would be required to pay a Cert Tain portion of the Defiol a bib u med this seems to Hyto Ausili ii Lime Norm and the in Sivillo mob of april 38, an entity Geer Prii Jfe Quot per Quot thus notice the re we oily Whit the of a Doc Benti which we Vineet w receive Temajin order to Lay before our readers an author alive refutation of the and Misc Blevons late ments and a which have been made by the Banner Franklin review mid other papers of Kindred politics Fia relation to the aseged removal of a portion of be government deposits from Flie Union Bank of this City. Suftko it Ioway Enlil our next a lit a a part of the de Pfauti Lieve been pm Visda to it the Lii Lent i third s he been a i Type creased Ltd Ltd All Babi a to unless Freeti it is Imper Ousby nac Essaiy for Ali a Kllc ser Lee no part of he deposits will be called for by the. Treasury depart Aielt during the Seton. Again the. Globe Shieb spent Only the views of the Foung party yesterday i cued the follow log our to the or polite ban lib those of. To in particular a the present state of the currency imposes upon he leading depose Banks he Obi a ion of lessening of Loans Catli go upon o her Retika forint gular8e to Emit its and payment of bal. Ances in thus n be a Check to their too elided operations to the raging mania for wild spec Tia a. And Over trading an thus rest Era More wholesome state of the Currau v Bas Niumai a was Bingo Fromm &h4bera a Ite # Eeik of bold a top Fayiz Dinn Wyllo be ii it Tylli hardly got Over a a to. Bimmer a a a my Quot m a Imit my Bee Ejbl Bovo at but Jura sol Elk by Tei by Vutz Loee. Uliey a Tel Jilb la ral rant on a Al i 1
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