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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - June 13, 1834, Connersville, Indiana Van omit or Maui t publishers. \ office of Mai Ison 8-Rrftt. \ vol. 1.8. W. Park Ell amp. 1. Van Vlf t b��tor&1t_ jul to a. Stu. Terms Foo Pur ant a in Advance a Toto we Hon the Vetari 1 after tin year expires. A Clotil. Lar Lotf can of Fly dwell with a who know to flair a chits affo know Ino dare maintain , ?, ju1te 13, 1834. Ino. 3. To i watch a in. Con n Erville Friday june 13, 1334. I we go in for the two last lines stir sees Jed by the Rev. M. Donald of Coop Independence we cannot forget the favor of the general pfc Drew Forth an very distinctly and have been turning j Castown but he was soon placed under Man who assisted to negotiate an Hon-1 expression of applause from All parti of grind Stone a after Liat sort of style some the tuition of the present president Sofij Brablc peace at Ghent nor at a recent j the table. A for myself said our Irv time most outrageously As everybody Union College at Schenectady pre period when by an honorable com Formant �?~�?~1 Felt a flush on my Cheek knows. But what in the name of All that a Paratory to i is being admitted into Promise he arrested the uplifted Sabre and a thrill of Pride through my bosom horrible has a a pretty Little wife a Todo with Vale College. Having puked through j on our own soil As he did on the Celc-1 and in my hear i thanked the old gun Popes bog association of ideas Ltd a in his studies there with credit he Cut it a rated Missouri question. His Friend eral for proving by this chivalrous act to it just As the thread led the fellow round de into the merchant service and made ought to receive him Well for he is that the defenders of our country were and round through the or Tau labyrinth 0me coasting voyages and it is said a deserving of their Friendship his ene above the sordid feelings of Mercena that you May know what this Idca-Nssncia-1 some foreign but in what capacity Mies will forget the past in Hopes that Ting trait of the human mind will do we we have not ascertained. J his admitted talents Inay be beneficial i must Stop Aud Tell you one of or. Beatties a the merchant service of the sea by exercised for his country in the Hono stories now the doctor says that during not being consonant to the ardency of j Rable station he now fills in the Senate the turbulent reign of Tho first English his feelings or the emulation of his the u. States. Charles on a time a company of the Mon-1 mind he procured a Warren As a into a a we saw with regret a few evenings Arch s friends were conversing about his i Shipman in the Navy but1 it does not since a very Unhan some attack Onur. J misfortunes. One of them sat silent and appear that he either Rose or sought in Fajr in the Post j probably As an a Tane called Forth the Roso Iutin on Senate abstracted for some minutes when he inter to Rise higher although it is evident courier to his reception Here. The de seem to impose upon me an additional erupted the conversation by enquiring the that in that station he had rendered i tors of the Post cannot get rid of their obligation not to pass it Over in silence value of a roman Denarius. The company himself conversant with nautical Sci a old Federal hostility towards him for nearly forty five years had the president were surprised at the apparent irrelevancy ence and subjects. Services rendered during the late War exercised without a question As to Bis of the inquiry so much so that on asked a disliking the inactive service con j but they should recollect that when Gen. Rightful authority those Powers for the Wlton or. Turn the Grindstone there arc a few excellent thoughts 1 in the article annexed we do not know whose property it is. But the i Little fugitive is Worth owning and reclaiming. Therefore the owner can have credit for it if be Wilt make himself known to us and pay the postage charge. To rather surmise however that old Ben. Franklin in should have the credit of starting the ideas in his celebrated a whistle a but some Ether pretty Clever head has a is netted the j Trail a of the old philosophers thoughts and a a tracked them up right handsomely thus a when i was a Little boy 1 remember one cold Winters Day i was accosted by a smiling Man with an axe on Bis shoulder. A my pretty boy a said he a has your father a Grindstone a ,yes,sir.�?T said i. A you Are a Fine Little fellow a said he will you Letrone grind my axe on it a pleased with the com Ali mint of Fine Little Lellow to yes sir answered it is Down in the a and will you my Man a said he tapping me on the head a get a Little hot Waterf How could i the Fusco i ran and soon brought a Kettle full. A How old Are you and what is your name a i continued he without waiting for a reply. I am sure you Are one of the finest lads that Ever i have seen will you just turn a few minutes tickled with the flattery like a Little fool i went to work and bitterly did i Rue the Day. It was a new axe and 1 toiled and tugged till i was almost tired to death. The school Bell rung and i could not getaway my hands were blistered and it was not half ground. At length however the axe got sharpened and j the Man turned to me saying a now a you Little Rascal you be played the truant scud to school or you will Rue it a alas thought i it is enough to j Gnu his cold Day and next to be called Little Rascal was too much. It sunk deep in my mind and i have thought of it often since. When i have seen a Man of doubtful character patting a girl on the Cheek praising her sparkling Eye and Ruby lips and giving her a sly squeeze a beware my girl thought 1, or you la find to your sorrowing that you have been turning the Grindstone for a villain. When i see a Man flattering the people and making great professions of attachment to Liberty who is in private life a tyrant methinks i Good people that Man will set you to turning the grind Stone. When i see a Man holding a fat office sounding the Horn on the Borders to Call the people to support the Man on whom he depends for an office a thinks i to myself no wonder the Man is zealous in this cases he evidently has an axe to now Reader whoever you Are whether you Are in the habit of grinding axes or turning the Stone for others to grind just Between you and ourselves is not the aforesaid grind Stone Story pretty cutely done a we can hear you reply very distinctly yes blame me if it amt but after All it said this is a grind Stone turning world of ours take it As you will creation Over. It is All a turning of a a wheel within wheel Ezekiel like to thine a As or. Young would say a sorter Kinder farce of you a Cratch my Hack and i la scratch yours first one and then the other. Cowper we think it is Stop though we Are not so sure believe its Pope after ally has got bold of the a right Send on to a exactly. We cant quote him now from memory and a svy it got time or Are too Lazy aint sure which to refer to the Book. However we will give you or. Reader your Cue and then you May quote for yourself. Or approx Fos you May turn your own grind Stone. He is singing about a the hog that ploughs not gets Man to turn Bis grind Stone by keeping him safely in Clover Fields or leisurely penned up by a crib running Over with Corn. We Hoo sliders particularly in this Vicinity turn grind Stone in the hog Lino with a vengeance. To be sure after we have turned awhile in this Way for Tho hogs we then take our turn by turning them Over to the butchers. And what of that we never were acquainted with a bog in All our lives but what was an epicure. And every body knows that the epicurean Maxim is own Vit Mvi Viv amut or rendered a whilst we be let us to have seen this verson of the same thought a a Short life and a merry the verse is thus run out a a Little wife Anil r pretty by a the president s protest. Concluded t he time and the occasion which Here what induced the question. Why replied the peace of 1815, he re Jackson travelled to the East All the Recert Assumption of which he is now the Queriot the misfortunes of our Sovereign turned Home and commenced his Ca opposition presses treated him with the denounced. The Vicissitudes of pea cd reminded me of those of our Saviour parti rear of authorship fortunately strip greatest respect and and Var a i attended our government Cul arly his betrayal by Judas for thirty i King out for himself a new path to j ,. A a ,.i it it ent parties watchful to take Adan ,��.0. A a .11,.,. , a or i Fame and profit Bat , find Quot a a in a r a a a a it Quot a a is conclude a pm . Mine of my i ant work a precaution almost pm a a a a Quot a a Ltd a a pc. A Quot a a Nee which i have no knowledge. I stillborn from the apathy of his Conn a a now let us Hunt up Pope Agaid. He sings try Mcne who did not notice it till their on in connexion with the slip Given sometime ago in this Wise see Man for my use replies the pamper d and then again the fur that warms a Monarch Warmsl a fact As this is wonder if the Polar Bear of Spitsbergen or Nova Zembala Ever once thought that he was All the while just turn Gen. Jackson. Sentiments were hut the enfeebled echoes of the transatlantic praises for Britain first taught us to estimate the Worth of our novelist a9 she has since taught us properly to appreciate his after works and shown our novelist j How and Why he failed in some of them. She received him with Courtesy and treated him with Candor whil6 we at first neglected or derided his Early of bag grind Stone for the Czar of All the rus forts and have ridiculously lauded his ia�1 Lite an it in with All the animal Ere i latter. Sias but so it is with All the animal Ere action. The great creator said it should be so a a have Dominion that it make them All turn the grind a Lon for you Over the fish of the sea and Over the fowl of the air and Over every living thing that Loveth upon the but our heavenly father kindly turns the grind Stone for us All. Pope has it something like this a god comes for ally to Birds he five his Woods s his put stores and to fish hit James i enn1more Cooper. A Brief account of this distinguished writer is Given below. A British reviewer a number of years since said of this country after he bad found fault with every thing else a and As to he literature America has never produced a Book Worth Reading a the remark when made was about As far from the truth As a Green eyed jealousy could get it. But where now is the Corner of the civilized world that does not deem Tome i. I n e r a l i t y. The jealousies and heart burnings and bitterness which have for several years existed Between what Are termed Jackson men and Clay men a Are happily being mellowed Down and we Hope dying away. At least Vita is me amongst. great in ass i of the people who Are ambitious for nothing else than to be called Good citizens to Prosper in their workshops arid of their farms and know that the government under which they live is Well administered. It is foolish or at Best unfortunate that these party animosities Are Ever engendered and indulged in to the extent that they have been. But it is still More foolish to write lectures moralize or philosophize against it. For it is the nature of Uncle same a children. They Are a prone to it As the Sparks Are to Fly and they always will be until they Loose their free institutions. But notwithstanding such excite frequent removals or forced resignations in every sense tantamount to removal had be of the Perrela a we need hardly Tell our readers by and other officer of the Treasury and that we have been uniform and very a yet in no one instance is it known that decided in our opposition to general any Mao whether Patriot or Paris Ito Jackson that we did what we could to had raised his voice Ngn inst it As a Vio prevent his election and re election lation of the Constitution. The expedit that we have condemned Many of the ency and Justice of such changes in ref measures of Iris administration and that Terence to Public officers of All grades we shall continue to say hard things of have frequently Lieen the topics of Dis him As occasion of Lars. We take no fit Russion a but the constitutional right of tha tie pleasure however in giving pub a re9 Dent ,0 appoint control and remove licit for the first time loan anecdote get it end of the Treasury As Well Asmoth which reflects signal Honor upon Gen. Alvee nun Quot Jackson and indeed upon the Ameri i verbally conceded. And what is the of u i no #1�. I j Casion upon which other principles have can character. The authenticity of been first ,ya.sertd7 f he Bank the Story is unquestionable. We Beard of tie pm. States a cat moneyed Mono. It from a gentleman of distinguish i 0ly, had attempted to obtain a renewal de literary Eminence whose writings of its charter by controlling the elections have placed him among the first of Liv of the people and action of the governing authors a and of whom any country ment. The use of its corporate funds might be a As his own is justly proud and Power in that attempt was fully disc it was related in a company of whom closed and it was made known to tit was another distinguished individual in l a ident that the corporation was now representing his country abroad a tra a be same course of measures but at the time to which the anecdote refers holding a situation near the person of the hero which enabled him to Bear testimony from personal knowledge to its truth. A in the year 1824, our informant met at the table of general sir George Airey Many distinguished englishmen then in parts. The conversation turned on the pending presidential e with the View of making another vigorous Effort through an interference in the elections of the people to control Public opinion and Force the government to yield to its demands. This with its corruption of the press its violation of its charter its exclusion of the government directors from its proceedings its neglect of duty and arrogant pretensions made it in the opinion of the president i computable with the Public interest Lection and fears were expressed that j and the safety of our institutions that it books at least of american manufacture As eminently Worth Reading. Who has not mint must always be up to a greater or less read 4 admired almost to idolatry the great extent the same cause of excitement can to american novelist to say not a word of Jlong injure. These cry so arc e Way scores of others some of whom Irving in changing. Jackson ism and Clay ism have an Especial manner Are almost inn Itabac Jmaj a Jer As completely As we who that has read the charming a books ave been soaked and saturated in the pure a a a. A ,. Of Cooper the scenes of which Are upon a and Unadel Ltd rate Quintic once ?� pp1 and generous out a a the Fields and floods and forests wild of Are heartily glad of it. And who is not who has not had a surfeit of a a coalition and a forty frays a a a table oratory and a Indian eater a a coffin Liand Bills and a cock fight should general Jackson be elected the amicable relations Between the two countries might be endangered in consequence of his implacable hostility to England and his High handed exercise of Power As evinced during his command at new Orleans the necessity on the part of our informant of replying to these observations was Luperce our own loved land without bettering his head his heart and his Plano Tim yes who that has read him is not a warmer Hart de Patriot every Reader of Cooper feels for every spot of Earth Over which his magic pen has passed the same kind of hallowed affection that he docs for the sacred spot that gave him birth. And who docs not love his country better when he remembers that he is a fellow countryman of Cooper and Irving and such As they there �3 probably More of that pure and holy Amor Patrie of which we All love to boast springing from an honest Pride of our own countrymen than Many a one has thought of. Were it possible to effect such a barter what would not an intelligent american do or give rather than see the glory of Washington and Franklin transferred to the Spanish rather than see the etherial minds and Brilliant reputations of Cooper and Irving transferred to the French will the thought be deemed chimerical that of strengthen break of one off he guests col. Thornton of the 85th�?an officer Well known Tor his Frank a and Gallant character and whose the Gimont suffered severely in the attack of the 8th of january. Mgr and All this sort of Slang and info item he is if Fca in the handsomest terms. A a 1 to the conduct of Gen. Jackson Asan Able and faithful commander on that occasion and declared that had he not used the Power confided to him in the a High handed a Vvs a alluded to new Orleans would sinful ably have been captured. As to the charge of imply Calile hostility col. Thornton declared that in All the Intercourse by Flag and otherwise Between the hostile commanders Gen. Jackson had been peculiarly courteous and humane and to support this assertion begged leave to mention one circumstance. He then proceeded to state that on the Day after the attack the British were permitted to Bury their dead lying beyond a certain line a Hundred or two it Tine terminal yes every Friend of his country and every Lover of Domestic quiet wishes to Sec this old excitement which has inflamed and devastated so much quelled and if possible buried in everlasting forgetfulness. The train of thoughts that we have started was suggested by meeting with the two subsequent articles. Tho first is from major Noah of the new evening Star. Very few if any men in the country have written More hard things against or. I Clay than the major. But on the occasion of or. Clays late visit to the City of new York he thus writes or. Clay. A emr. Clay will arrive in the City this afternoon. It ha3 frequently fat Len to our lot to Praise and censure this gentleman in no measured terms to j j Yards in Advance of Gen. Jackson sen ing this government and consolidating the applaud what deserved applause and Trench Mentse All within that line be Union by liberally exerting the energies of condemn what merited condemnation eng buried by the americans them the nation in the fostering and encouragement of the votaries of literature Sokanee and the arts but Here is the sketch a scooper is a native of new Jersey having been born in 1788, at Burlington on the Delaware where his father in his Public career. We opposed his selves. As soon As thi3 melancholy election and rejoiced at his defeat duty was performed the British Gen and we Are not sure that wre May not Era was surprised at receiving a Flag again oppose him if a suitable Occo a with the swords Epa lets a and watches Sion offers. But with us the a Waters of the officers who had fallen and a of bitterness have no abiding place a note from Gen. Jackson couched in should be longer employed As the fiscal agent of Treasury. A Secretary of the Treasury appointed in the resets of the Senate who had not been confirmed by that body and whom the president might or might not at his pleasure nominate to them refused to do what ins Superior in the a executive department considered the most imperative of his duties and became in fact however innocent his motive the protector of the Bank. And on this occasion it is discovered for the first time hat those who framed tha Constitution misunderstood it that the first Congress and All its successors have been under a delusion that the practice of near forty five years is but a continued usurpation that the Secretary of the Treasury is not responsible to the president and that to remove him is a violation of the Constitution and Laws for which the president deserves to stand forever dishonoured on the journal of the Senate. There Are also some other circumstances connected with the discussion and passage of the Resolution to which i feel it to be not Only my right but my duty to refer. It appears by the journal of the Senate that among the Twenty six senators who voted for the Resolution on its final passage and who had supported it in debate in its original form were one of the senators from the state of Maine the two senators from new Jer by and one of the senators from Ohio. It also appears by the same journal and by the file of the Senate that the Legislatures of the s ates had severely expressed their opinions in respect to the executive proceedings drawn in question before the Senate. The two branches of the legislature of the state of Maine on the 25th of january 1831, passed a preamble and series of resolutions in the following then resided but from which the fam if we speak daggers we use a the most courteous language ily soon afterwards removed. His or. Clay is not now before the people that one pair of Epa lets were still father William Cooper was a native As a candidate Lor the presidency a missing but that diligent search was of Bucks county in this state and by of his friends declare he will not be. Making and when found it should be a had been taught and Practised the be that however As it May we cannot sent in. These articles always con Trade of a Cabinet maker till his re forget the steady uniform efforts he a Side red As fair objects of plunder Moval to the state of new York a made in the great struggle of 1812, to were rescued by Gen. Jackson and where his acquisition of land and sustain the country in its darkness and thus handed Over with a request that Ujj states Bank and whereas the Bank wealth procured him the acquisition peril when Many very Many of those they might be transmitted to the rela al transcended its chartered limits in of influence and office for he became who now claim to be influential leading Tives of the Gallant officers to Chomij e management of its business t run Sac a judge in his neighbourhood the Banks democrats were in the ranks of our they had belonged. Tons and has abandoned the object of Iti whereas at an Early period after the election of Andrew Jackson for the presidency in accordance with the sentiments which he uni formerly expressed the attention of Congress was called to the constitutionality Ulm expel Cliency of the renewal of the charter of the United of the Otsego Lake graphically pcs bitterest opponents a we cannot forget cried by the son in his the voice of the Man who eloquently a this Early education was superintend plead the cause of South american a this anecdote and the Frank and creation by engaging in political con Soldier like style in which to wa6 Given Trover sies by wielding its Power and interned the whole current of feeling in i Luence to Embarrass the administration

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