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Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - June 24, 1836, Bloomington, Indiana To per Anyiam in Advance. A into Lucent Kun shot atoms. By m. I. Deal. Bloemin�t0 a Imi Aiva Friday juice 94, Isar. To ,. From the Ohio topics press. Quot never despair of the this cheering language was never More applicable to the drooping and dispirited romans in the darkest Daj s of that Republic Inq to the doubting and limit a and Joy Quot Vav his Quot of the United state this time. We Van Buren incl son men who re a listed in beating the whigs in 88 and 32, irrow very Well How it a re a alone. It was Noi to much a Wing to a our own Taci and exertions a to the overweening self Confidence of the whigs ill 28, and Itier inglorious 1032. In theirs Bathe Quot they were so sure of Victory that they left every Pasa open to Lhoir opponent and slackened in their Zeal while toe strained every nerve and took every advantage of their Tuii of Energy and management. In the Secor tolf they were panic struck by the Success of our first Effort and Wottle not fight because they imagined or heart Khey would be beaten. And beaten they were and always will be while they Are either Loo confident of Sucic sror too fearful of defeat. The whigs Are now co lending for the a ame principles which bront it Gen. Jack on into Power. Ulicy go for hit detect Iota of preside in for Quot term Only for the strict a Copula ability of Ull Public officer so for a free independen it and unsought exercise o the elective privilege for rotation in office for an equal and annual. Distribution of nil surplus Money in the not tonal treasure for improving the whole country by Road a and canal and every kind of Curvon Ienco for the Farmer to take his produce o a profitable Market for opening the door to every honest and capable Man no matter How Humble nor How poor to att Tia to the highest of Iricea of Honor and profit in the gift of his demo Cili a Jean in for prohibiting the appoint men a of members of Congress to lucrative Ollices tend for preventing the inter Ference of Ollice holders from Wuhu a to being the elections of the country. These were the principles of the Tiue Jincks nouns of 28 and,�8 the whigs now acknowledge and Embr ice them we Are willing to help them in thu in pres Iii to struggle to elect an old sol Dick and Patriot states in of tie West to the presidency Jand to us Down the foul and corrupting policy of Van Bure ism. And Liia we do with the More and alacrity because we have had a personal knowledge of Gen. In prison and i principles and Public services or up wards of Tweney three years air we Well know there is not u More incorruptible demo a rms nor a More pure High minded and disinterested Slatt Smili in amerita. Nor was there a general in our army during the last War More devoted to his country More prompt firm Rte Lutc Brave and skilful in his military operations More kind and humane to his soldiers or More re Gardful of wholesome and efficient discipline f and certainly there never a Vas a Corr Maii Der in our whole ranks who had half us Many Dilia bullies to encounter and overcome As those which continually opposed and annoyed Gen. Harrison in a wilderness of swamps and Lourani ses swarming Frith a hike Savage foe armed and fed by their British Allis. But it was not of Gin. In prisons Chat a Ractor or services Ilia we intended to speak when we commenced this article. Our while object was to Shew to the whigs and the anti Van Burn Jackson men of Iio that we b a Bould Quot a str it pair of the Wier foie s Lould we despair Wii i Good cause is there to be the least Dii courage in the a feint contest we Are much stronger than Many of us supposed and ten Timet i Trofler Litan Tea Van Burtn be were. Gen Harriton hat a or fairer pro pet of inc ceding to the preside nov by the votes of the pm Ople. Thanga. Nekton had in Junt 13 i8. And Mark this prophecy he is cer Tain Utu Catuy Prev try Man who is opposed to the Corrie Petioni Ali Van by Reo will come Forward k the honest a prod and boldness of ii american Freeman and perform bit proper duly to his country. I should have no Obj Cllon to the election of judge White if it we re a practicable. And in Candor he wat my first Choice when determined to j act preach by proclaim write my in j �?1.�---j a. Arr. A precepts had ii cond them by your example and Motiur de with such a spirit Erin in the minority four citizens Job of try is it Safe. There u a a i Tom in Hope when it is false which few idiot be in despair when it a disobey and resist the com Han def then. Jackson issued to our party through Parson Gwin of Nashville that Martin Van Buren Thold be the next president. But it does not appear to me possible that judge White can be elected by the electoral colleges and it is far better than the people themselves should choose in the first place with out sending the election to Congress where bribery and corruption would be the w weapons of Van Buren and his friends through their control Over the Treasury. Gel. Harrison i now firmly believe May be and ii to be left cited by the Fric votes of a free people when they come fairly and fully to understand the mischievous corrupt and destructive course of Van Buren and f oin Pany and o Taida Correct knowledge of he Tifuh c Tler qualification ii and services of a. Llanigon. To impart this knt. Rage Sli Ouid be the duty of every Honett and i Jiuru Tia of press ill he Union Ivorn Lusi Inie until the election. Already i n. I Livraison is the strongest ennui in the candidacy. Neither Bri Heiy n it a promises nor the Dick ilium o Gen. Jackson ran or. Vent tie Oil Wing states front Chis tiny Tiiu in it a Sutlin Ige Fer Harrisan and it form. Metis Ila Iii a. Vermont. Laid shh Pennsylvania Lio Indiana Ivy Tucky and South Are one Hundred and seventeen votes leaving Only i from the Hartford the Standard a the Mast. The Standard of Willum. Hab son which our Pride Cen pm in the editorial chair of this Palm independently and fearlessly unfurled f it subject to the will of the people Ai been submitted to the consideration of the people and by them approx Chi. The state convention held at my Haven on wed Tislim last no to nominate Williana h. Harriott Daniel Webster. He Igli l. White or any self nominated candid Al Lect and concentrate the up Laneous bursts of Public sentiment is now in submission to the will Eft a people nominated William h. Harrison As a candidate for the presidency and with a degree of Harmony and unania Ini y which reflects Honor on themselves and Jie Pei it la Iba de. Williamh. Harrison it therefore now he people s candidate and will be support de by them with enthusiasm becoming a free people. How unlike is this nomination to that of or. Van Buren he owes his nomination not to the enlightened ii a Imi a icy Iii kill j in i a a 1 Twenty eight warning to Ell vet an Al purified Wil of the people Fauly Section. In to True Stater a Quot i legitimately expressed. I .1 but to the convention of once holders we Are not without Good a Hope from Connecticut Rhode a a d a ice seekers convened for the new Jersey North Carolinn i a press purpose of Nornine atm him to a and Evem. New York. To so. Quot a Quot a and responsible Olke As the this it is certain that the electors rallying Point of a clan of intrigues chosen for judge White will be so rusted to vote for Harrison in their the two candidates Are now before electoral colleges should the prospects slate and m. Politic of their candidate seem to justify it. Riley can never support Van Buren. We close desultory article by calling upon the for ends of Harrison every where to be Active vigilant and persevering o use All honorable and proper measures to diffuse Correct in a Orma ion among the people to be fully assured that Victory is within their reach and that it is cr/mi/4fj/ to Quot despair of the re commend to their per i Siil tie following sensible remarks r. Of an c Stern print of High character. Fruin the a Newbur Purl Herald. dejection. We hear from some of our Good men discouraging remarks concerning the Pernia Nency of our political institutions from which we hold ourselves bound in conscience and expedience to withhold our assent. Index d. Despair Beems to be More to Tome minds than Hope and the most wintry Prospect with All its desolation and shows to a common Law of the budding tree the reviving grass j. P and Alt the and prom ses of Theof a Vij oct Essie n turning Spring. We will not Sof would be formed and any Means hat every thing m our. promising As a a uld become one solid body of sensitive hear and a sanguine mid Ujj evaporation would could wish i Here Are some spread a a a deprive Al character depends Ugone electoral vote. If the electoral vote is Given to Martin Van Byren the people will he again subjected to the odious epithet of federalism and be compelled to submit to its degrading and galling Yoke. But if the vote is Given to William h Harrison democracy but the rational in adulterated demo. Racy which prevailed in 1800, will regain its reign. Scientific hints ice is the natural state of water it is Only by the addition of Calorick heat that it becomes fluid. The Leason Why water in freezing bursts the closed vessel in Whitti it is contained or rises in the form of a bulb in an open one is because ice is More porous than water and therefore occupies More room. A single Square Inch of water while freezing expands with a Force equal to thirteen tons the porous nature of ice accounts for its swimming on the surface of water. Were it not for this Beauty Itig \l9ud8 which threaten storms Soma agitating questions before the Public. Oar leaders have too Little Prin Eipl and a or people too Little discernment. The South is too Irritative and the North too pragmatic congrats has neither the dignity nor the Wisdom which one would wish to find in that Hijii a Sembly and every where we had proof that our country cd of their would Wither dec r i animals Pertoli for Birst Aad c0l�l and Lim singin change in the Laws of nature would be sufficient to destroy All living substance. Portland cow. A caution. The following caution was lately peopled by brings to say the least let rated up in a conspicuous place in a not quite an gds. But what then Surry England. Shall we bit Down and despair be Quot whereas several Idle and dior cause we cannot exalt the world to Derly persons Bave lately made a our own theories of perfection no practice of Riding on an ass Belo psf let us rather adopt the old roman to a gentleman of this place. Now num never to despair of the Republic. Semi my Accident should happen no we la ought our liberties by our Ivl Ood i lice is hereby Given that a has de and let us now strive to Prei Eive them term led Yashoo the cautions by our per Kiev Franco and Wisdom. Let us re Winber that those gloomy prophecies have a tendency o work nut their Ivan accomplish in no. He a at predicts i Oisiu Ilion will omit be Hal awake when we Strug Ghi a i Success. Go o work to county r,1.1 the a Vii a Tbs times gird on Fui Inion ilk a Man always come our Al a very Elee ton and to e according to your con science for the Best men labor to Manlig Hlor the Community and breathe the spirit of Liberty into its forms talk any person who May be Riding on it at the same time to take Especial care of themselves least by some unfortunate min the it i should shoot the wrong Iii Zintl. A gentleman Hada Board put on a a a Alt Uli is Nikl my Lii re was written i will give this held to any one who is really contented and Wien a Phant came he said a Are you can Tea of the general reply was a , rejoined the Gelatte Man what do you want of my Field to Quot the following Addrea was derive red by doctor Wuu am c. Foater to the Quot Monroe con Ray Agrie a Soei Elf at their last annual meeting and published at the request a Tho society. My nubs Gss Tab Ken a the Oft agricultural society a up Vetial this Day Are evidences the interest we take in the welfare of the country and of a desire to improve the agricultural information of Oik elves and our neighbors. It a unnecessary for me to Trace the origin and his. Torr of agriculture the most important of All Hrancho of knowledge yet it May not in altogether improper to Shew the it fit a Lott it has been held by the Wisest and Best of All Ages and All countries. Agriculture is one of thaae a is which from the Earu a periods me been deservedly hel4 in the us it estimation. Que a the first in tons upon our , after his Dis Mission Lillie Garden of Eden was that tits Fri ill Dkl till theft round. Subsequent a amp per hence Bat ully proved that the cultivation of this necessary Art essentially contributes to the Prosperity of Omo Jud an it that it ought to form a primary object in All moral and political regulations. In the earliest Ages and a. Mong those nations which have been celebrated for their refinement and civilization agriculture has been highly a sized and carried even to considerable perfection. Among the he brews or jews High birth or rank conferred no exclusive distinctions for it was then considered As the most honorable of human employments. By this valuable Art the Chi Deans discovered be Means of procuring excessive crops of Grain which ensued them to remain by Alionar and not Migrate As their predecessors bad for Merly done in order to obtain subsist Tanca for themselves and their flocks. So sensible were Many nations of its great importance that according to the history of the ancient frisians their Kings once in every month divested themselves of regal pomp and magnificence and ate with Husbandmen. In China a Day is still annually appointed when the emperor goes in solemn procession to a Field where he shews his sense of the inestimable benefits of agriculture by undertaking for a Short time the laborious occupation of directing the plough in person. Among the romans the Rural Art was deemed so honorable a Pursuit that the most distinguished senators at their Leisure intervals applied themselves to the cult la Tina of the soil. Numa Pompilius one of their first Kings was distinguished As much for Bis skill in agriculture As for Bis exemplary virtue and that such was the amiable simplicity of those time that their greatest warriors and legislators were often called from the Active labors of the Field to the higher but not More distinguished of lice of the state. Cato the censor who had governed and subdued Many warlike nations did not consider it beneath him to write a treatise on agriculture and several valuable works on this Sobject oppt ared at various pafi�4 of the rofl Sprira. He Yulii Jim no of Immy viewed by Many i the preset Day. Although it is the Prinn Tive evocation of Man the science of agriculture is yet evidently in its infancy. The Blaz onry of War the Lutle of Commerce the style of professional life presenting to the Supei Cial View of youth a Novelty a distinction Over the peaceful and quiet pursuits Ofarri Guitare better suited to strike the sense of the aspiring the True Charniy of Rural employments have been too Little appreciated and the Folk Chig hand of Monifi Pielice a been with Beld from those engaged therein. Fot he army the Navy it legislate of for merchants and for All the Learned professions Scles Livic ins Lilliep have been established and the Eda cation of those de slipped to Shine to to Baa departments has been considered Milts sensible and most assiduously at pm de to while the a Indef those Defi tined to cultivate the Oil ban be a too Genera my left by to advantage. Bun amps that Ava Calm upon whoa be pm us Atli a or avocation Ara looked and Hareln lbs of a a a him a suds Ltd. Uno Bervid Keiit and Hurbai Kiy rent the sri Wam the Itai Sauli id even the dam Attene Aff a Ceil Dilmor lauded tot Balkees iia it lims showered a pm he Frap while he who iai and a Neft Ilert Bloss a with All the other ohs tables he a Iid to overcome %s1>eeh Imam forts of the iai prove it Ial fit and whee Tbs Tenace a for jilt to by a paid snort sparingly it lbs ams of some meet or the i raft it of of fbfm�7 Plenca incent Vei to Atas skill it Riece Miden coir Ltd oulyb4ved for Lott Telb natural order pm Genius inst est of being stimuli to by by the Prospect of distinction Aai ii de by the guidance of an Enlil Brett hire funding. True their useful labors have always caused them to be regarded As an Indi sensible portion of commune. Ii but those aids Hare sever been afforded them As a body and those distinctions have never be a held 0�t to the most successful calculated a Quot Al Cliency to Aid i hem to the a Xiet tha importance of their Labeur Lous calling demands or to excite that emulation so necessary to the promotion of Dis covery in any science. Strange that the vast adv Plages Beld out by improvements in agriculture do not faster move upon the attention of our enlightened statesmen and induce them to make provision for having every facility for their de elopement extended to this to Long neglected and most in pontaut of Industry. It is a generally received opinion that those who Are brought up As Husbandmen to till the ground 9ught not to be As Well educated As those individuals who Are itt a i did for pro fess ional Abec Danical occupations. This in my of Timon is a grand mistake. But unfortunately or the practice almost universally prevails. If a Farmer educates his son it is that he May embark in some professional employment and How frequently do we Bear a Parent observe that As he intends one of his sops for r lawyer or a physician he will Send him to College but the other children being intended fur Husbandmen Why they can do like their father before them that sin a great Many instances do without any education whatever whether we consider agriculture As a Means of procuring As Well the necessaries As luxuries of life of providing a Security against Thea Gregat de calamities of Scarcity famine and disease or of engaging the mind in Active and extensive pursuits of general knowledge it is one of the most useful and important of All the arts which have employed the attention of Mankind. Its theory Isio a Ereat Oneas ure dependent on several brain cues of science such As natural history chemist re experimental philosophy and mechanics All of which my of be Succes Sailly applied to its advancer Orienti Aad without a Cevy put at knowl Edge of base it a East a Pir Perl Andai aloud. Lis practical my Bow Ever May be carried on in Deeoder to by of scientific expert omits no person therefore need a deterred Fri a i attempting any iof Rov Onens Bause he is not convert ill with the Nora a it Sirach parts of Vesical knowledge. Placed As we Are in a new country of much Ratunil Cert Lily in ure not called upon to renovate i thaut Todt or worn out lands but Allt in Ibia i�4 a site for the Farmer Soho ills those is equally a important for us in order to prevent the of of that Fertility which our welds at present Pesaty. Skillias cult a can Maka a poorly Tai re big by it asst Tiff efort by a a pm doable neglect to so Fec a Rich farm to biome poor. A Farmer Shuhd a Welt lower we a a that be nay i Lunati Fitt calculated forbid Tyml i it to a Al to map Rte . Rico or my air to a Lobar of Urli la a in dealer to Rait wheat Rye orm of # n i

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