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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - June 13, 1834, Connersville, Indiana Of the general government and by Quot resolved by fhe a neral att Emily of thy of their respect or that the Senate bringing insolvency anti distress upon the t the slate of Ohio thai tee Conan Der lha was chargeable with calumny and Indus a no menial Community and whereas renewal it it a Public Ile Polites from the lice kit bar of theae results would tin pare Public Confidence in the perfection and preserve it from further violation. 1 to persuade my countrymen so far a i it it not in a splendid govern a men supported by powerful monopolies a a a a Rommert of. The Public Security from such an ins Titu Bank olt the United slates a required part Public Confidence in lha Perte cuon Iton. Consists lers in it. Pecuniary Capac. By the interests of our country and that a of 11� system and Lead to serious Altera-1 a establishment thin they to to discharge it liabilities than in lbs j proper sen get of Poblic duty imperiously Lions of i r framework or to be Pratti i will find happiness or their liberties pro a k a a i abandonment of some of its pro is Section but in a Plain system void of j pomp protecting All and granting Fa-1 in of Pic of such proceedings on Yors to none dispensing it blessings like the Mil Art Menli of the Goyern-1 the Dews of Weasen Tias Cen and More especially on the states be in the freshness and Beauty they a a a a contribute to produce. It is such a gov t1if, watchman. Con a a Vii in Friday june 13, 1834. Ltd of tid Clity with which the trusts reposed in demanded that that institution should be Cal abandonment of some of Ita it have been executed and whereas no longer used As a depository of the in the abuse and misapplication of the pow Public funds ers conferred have destroyed the conf. _ a a pc Johnd also that we View with Rienche of the Public in the officers of the decided disapprobation he renewed at rank and demonstrated that such pow-1 tempts in Congress to secure the Pas ers endanger such stability of Republican Sage of the Bill providing for the Dispo institutions therefore resolved that Sal of the pub lie Domain upon the Princi sort from he it to Oths ment could not fail to be extensively pernicious. When the judges in the last re contribute to produce buttons i ner Eiore Luna. T u when me in me Impi re a Ern ment that the Genius of our people the removal of the Nnoli j.�-., re r al official misconduct themselves requires such in one Only under which m the rank of the United state is Quot i j a Nanby overstep the hound of their authority As our states May remain for Ages to come. a a i , Bel a such a Tew won be in a Preterite by the const lotion what United ,pero�., and tree if the al to Nisi in is general disregard of its provisions mighty being w to has hitherto sustained i i Ierard to a a protected me will but vouchsafe to j 03�?oexlraeted from the Indiana Sentinel and Workingman s advocate edited by m. It. Hull june 7th, 1834 Quot for thi is rate m. R. of rave Are aullion Icid and requested to announce Marks Crume Esq. A candidate for re election As representative in the next legislature from this county. A. I my Quot a we think his Stigge scions very and who does not perceive Quot Lake my i Quot Quot a in run a �1,� . The article came too late for this Edera i a Hull antics Pete with it i a a i in a to Well As in the Miner of their removal equal in its operations and unjust in its general Disegi we recognise in the administration an results. Might not their example be exp Dhere Ance to constitutional rights and resolved Alto thai we heartily a produce and who does not a. N the performance of a Public Hay prove of the principles set Forth in the hat such contempt of the Federal such a rest Elf i shall anticipate w i i peas wet it will appear in on next. We Waltl a Reto hed that this legislature in late veto message upon the subject Constitution by on of its most important Quot re in place to a at Figuei Ini tall limes to Receiva cot not certain the iame opinion As heretofore and department., would Strong history of my country and die contented a a a a receive com rom expressed by proceeding Legislatures of resolved that our senators in con est temptation to resistance on the part with the belief that i have font u to. A a 0 of in a a a a a this state that the rank of the United Gress be instructed and our represent of the state soverign ties whenever they m some Small degree to Mere. I i 1 a re Pec a e Quan states ought not to be re chartered. J lives requested to use their influence to suppose their just rights to have value and prolong the our Alion of Amer j my of experience and care and above All a a resolved that the senators of this prevent the re chartering of the rank of been invaded thus All the i depend icon Liberty. _. If they be Brief and Pithy. Brevity and state in the Congress of the United the states be instructed and the represent1 is ration Tives be requested to oppose the Restor posies and to oppose the passage of the Beo Union m Nch a. Ationo of the deposits and the renewal of land Rill containing the principles Nodop appropriate duties and leaving those who a quiescence on up charter of the United states rank a i Ted in the act upon that subject parsed at May offend to be reclaimed or punished department amt it it Tena so a. Of the 11th of january 1834, the the last session of Congress. In the Mahn a pointed out in the constr Rny motives and Vwg a in it exec 11 e resolved that the governor he re j i Tion would fall to Mutual crimination1 proceedings denounced on that Resolution a j inn new a it a in Len Ron nip world and to All posterity i Tahj i a. I / r a # cum te7s\ai��?o.osu., in the admin ant department of the government and j to lie end �?o��j1 hip pm no at0 he pm Mem Bonum o com Munich. A i re i j states which compose our conf Der i Senate May not be hereafter a n tons editors write enough for the Sako action m its removal of the Public de the mates Wincn compose our cow Ever. A a Tho rite of silent us tit. Ves be raque.,us a. A test and to oppose the passage of the nerd Union a Stead of attend no to their fun a a p part of he executive Elk re k0� Tion of the deposits and the renewal of land Rill containing the principles adopt appropriate duties and leaving those who. Re a. Pm a charter of the United states rank a j Ted in the act upon that subject passed at May ffen.t to he reclaimed or punished of the 11th of january 1834, the be last session of Congress. In the Zahnir pointed out in the constr j House of Assembly and Council compos Otto Ltd that the governor he re tuition would tall to Mutual Crim nation known to Muf a Llew the ing the state of new Jersy passed a1 Quested to transmit copies of the forego and rec Rimini on and give to the people # ren9ftcim. Preamble and series of resolutions in my preamble and resolutions to each of contusion and anarchy Insler of on r request that this message and protest cation unless something Capri Stine strike la. R-.,.- ------1 a Ihu a . .,.d Kerese natives. And Law until at length some form of r 1. A i. -. _ correspondent should always avoid this with just As much solicitude As they have for being published and when published read. We would Assoon take a double done of Quot Blue devils As look at a Long commune a Ngin some lorm entered at length on the Jour jus in the first line. We like an army of Sci Stii Tibi Nau of the Senate. J Bough to and a flood of feeling in the first the following words he senators and representatives a whereas the present crisis in our it is thus seen that four senator have aristocratic Power r Public affairs Calls for a decided sex declared by their votes that the presi in the ruins of the Constitution or the n al the Senate pression of the voice of the people of this Dent in the late executive proceedings states he broken into separate commune Andrew Jackson. State and whereas we consider it in in relation to the Revenue had been Guil tie april 15,183-1. 1 far be it from me to charge or insing ii Uii Murien a Hui in a a i.&Quot., Ira it no hut Only ofthe1 i Ortesi trans tue to i be Maeonie on u lately concern the Public weal and May the legislature of their respective stales0f.keracfs that it is my duty ,7,h instant maybe misunderstood affect the happiness or Well being of the had deliberately approved those very ?. A of possible to make sen think it proper to state that it was not my Fri Zilb weather in to i a Pirinen a a Leonle therefore i preceding As consistent with the con to speak. It is possible to make Hen n.en0q to deny in the said message the weather in this Region sine u both re a ohm al in Council Sisto a iss a 4jr la. Pm Mic �?~�?o�v�2, ��1 pm of a ,e a a a a a a a a a a a Antral Aitt moly of a Stair Thul. ,.�<. If four Vole. By a la in a Rcch the �?z1� my a a or him a a a i a i hut and Len cold on you Ltd while we acknowledge with feelings of Given in accordance with the sentiments \ a a 7v�dutv As the responsible head of Tody Safe keeping and disposition of the rather first cold and then hot. Or As Tho devout gratitude our obligations to the of the Legislatures As above expressed a pm my it a govern i Public Money and property of the toiled saying is a a Streak of fat and a Streak of great ruler of nation for his a trite to there would have been but Twenty two the 4 1 p compelled to states. one Day we can Only be comforts Bias a people that we have been pre votes out of forty six for censuring the ,#0 which the although i am Well satisfied that such rat be by buttoning ourselves in woollens served alike from foreign War from the president and the unprecedented record p01 1 j of tie Resolution a construction is not warranted by any plump up to the Chin and Tubeo there is not a vile of internal commotions and the of his conviction could not have been Tan Denev of the measure thing contained in that message yet n Mic a confounded Deal of Comfort in it. Machinations of designing and ambitious placed upon the journal of the sen it of cheeked in its inception in re from ppe ence. That detached a he Dex Dayt Terc it no a fort at at men who would prostrate the fair fab-1 ate. D to he h h Rio it with which a age of of an Docu i Uncle u maj be for Eatn and Sau. Ric of our Union that we ought Neva the in thus refer no to the resolutions and charred to the who May Mentz vhf a disconnected from their Coo less to Humble ourselves in his presence instructions of the state Legislatures i a no to sure Jed me in it a to the Rente a and considered without reference a ill in Lars five it. inn Ino al repudiate nil an Thorit out a Cal de �0 succeed me in it to the rep a Gnu it. Laws of act of the last legislature of this state were. Altogether from the a a a a the clerk s office of this county sentiments really entertained and Intro a a a Quot sunday last. The clerk says that be ,�?� in inn b. ,. In ifa.1 Uli depot. . Protect and defend them with this de 1�?T 1 Bave deemed a a a ,0 be Grav to Uri Button of those Dap Sites round amongst View and for the reasons which have a a a inject to the great interests to m u,0jocoi of else count will been stated j do hereby v i to thebe note is Welt of to mgt Akmakc gome a base la use 6�trotest against the aforementioned proceedings of these Nale As unauthorized by the Constitution contrary to its spirit. And to several of its express provisions Power of supervising directing and r�-,18abverai be of Hal distribution of the pow three words. Philips knew what he was at jew bin be commenced Bis character of Napoleon with it he is fallen a that certain or pm vein task in relation to message and in Jeule messes. Of Kao and Senate on the a dwell came in too late for to bit but it a shall appear in our next paper. And implore a. Aid for the perpetuation disclaim and repudiate All authority or 7�?Th con i a it it previous limitations and the Peculiar and for a design to interfere with the Respo Sibili resent uves of me people. Whose const1 ln.�?T. R for l n r members fihe Senate Attu tonal prerogative has been unlawful a hey were intended to relate or. 1. ,. I. Members t the Senate to. Eos die Linh i0 the to establish May he made to Bear a con ily which our country has hitherto enjoy their own consciences their constituents by assume to me people m to the4 4 4 i Ululau. Ulm in >1.0 r Nat inn inv Hutu Sll Clun of our Republican institutions continuance of that unexampled Prosper fled. And their country. The facts now Sta-2. Re Olvid that we have Undi minish Ted belong to the history of these proceed Confidence in the integrity and firm dings and arc i Poitan to the just denes of the venerable Patriot who now elopement of the principles and inter holds the distinguished Post of chief ests involved in them As Well As to the proper vindication of the executive de magistrate of this nation and whose up Ity of purpose and elevated motives have swollen received the unqualified approx Bat on of a Large majority of his fellow citizens. 3. Resolved that we View with agitation and alarm the existence of a great moneyed corporation which threatens to Embarrass the operations of the government and by Means of its influence upon the currency of the country to scatter distress and ruin throughout the Community and that we therefore solemnly believe the present Bank of the United states ought not to be re chartered. 4. Resolved that our senators in con Gross be instructed and our members of the House of representatives be requested to sustain by their votes and influence the course adopted by the Secretary of the Treasury or. Taney in relation to the Bank of the United states and the Dap Sites of the government moneys believing As we do the course of the Secretary to have been constitutional and that the Public Good required its adoption. 5. Resolved that the governor is re Quested to Forward a copy of the above resolutions to each of our senators and representatives from this state in the Congress of the United states. On the 2 let of february last the legis Matuie of the same state reiterated the opinion Ami instructions before Given by Tomt resolutions in the following Worth resolved by the Council and general att Embly of the state of jew Jersey that they do adhere to the resolutions passed by them on the 11th Day of january last relative to the president of the u. States the Bank of the u. States and the course of or. Taney in removing Tho government deposits. Resolved that the legislature of new Jersey have not seen any reason to de part from such resolutions since the Pas Sage thereof and it is their wish that they should receive irom our senators and representatives of this state in the Congress of the u. Stales that attention and obedience which Are due to the opinion of the Sovereign state openly expressed in its legislative capacity. On the january 1834, the Senate 4 House of representatives composing the legislature of Ohio passed a preamble and resolutions in the following words whereas there is reason to believe that the Bank of the United states will attempt to obtain a renewal of its charter at the present session of Congress and whereas it is abundantly evident that said Bank has exercised Power derogatory to the spirit of our free institutions and dangerous the liberties of these United states and whereas there is just reason to doubt the constitutional Power of Congress to Grant acts of corporation for banking purposes out of the District of Columbia and whereas we believe the proper disposal of the Public lauds to be of the utmost importance to the people of these u. States and that Honor and Good Faith require their equitable Distri hut Ion. Therefore apartment and with that View and that View Only Are they Here made the to Pic of remark. The dangerous tendency of the doctrine which denies to the president the valves and to Well a. To my Mako Bodt self the embrace the earliest Opportunity. B to make this communication. A Santac Lor i 0 e Community but it is i admit without Reserve As i Bave be moving the Secretary of the Treasury j in like manner with the other executive officers would soon be manifested in practice were the doctrine to be established. The president is the direct representative of the american people hut the secretaries Are not. If the Secretary of the Treasury be Independent of the pies ident in the execution of the Laws then is there no direct responsibility to the people in that important Branch of the government to which is committed the care oath National finances. And it is in the Power of the Bank of the United states or any other corporation body of men or individuals if a Secretary shall j be found to Accord with them in opinion or can be induced in practice to promote j their views to control through him the action of the government so far As it is exercised by his department in Defiance of the chief magistrate elected by the people and responsible to them but the evil tendency of the particular doctrine adverted to though sufficiently serious would be As nothing in comparison with the pernicious consequences which would inevitably flow from the approbation and allowance by the people and the practice by the Senate of the unconstitutional Power of arraign ing and censuring the official conduct of the sex Active in the manner recently pursued. Such proceedings Are eminently calculated to unsettle the foundations of the government to die turn the harmonious notion of its differ-1 ent Demar Mants and to breakdown the j i Check and balances by which the Wisdom 1 of its framers sought to insure its Stabile a to and a usefulness. The honest differences of opinion which occasionally exist Between the Senate and the president in regard to matters in which both Are obliged to participate Are sufficiently embarrassing. But if the course recently adopted by the Senate shall hereafter be frequently pursued it is not Only obvious that the Harmony of the relations Between the president and the Senate will be destroyed but Thiu of lit r and Graver effects will ers of the government which it has ordained and established destructive to the checks and safeguards by which those Powers were intended on the one hand to be controlled and on the other to be protected and calculated. By their immediate and collateral effects by their character and tendency to concentrate in the hands of a body not directly amenable to the people a degree of influence and Powers dangerous to their liberties and fatal to the Constitution of their Choice. The Resolution of the Senate contains an imputation upon my private As Well As upon my Public character and As it most stand forever on their journal i cannot close this substitute for that defence which i have not been allowed to present in the Ordinary form without remarking that 1 have lived in vain if it be necessary to enter into a formal vindication of my character and purposes from such an imputation. In vain do i Bear upon my person enduring memorials of fore done the constitutional Power of the j legislature to provide by Law the place or places to which the Public Money or other property is to be deposited and to make such regulations concerning its custody removal or disposition As they May think proper to enact. Nor do i claim for the executive any right to the Possession or disposition of the Public property or treasure or any bulb ii to to interfere with the same except hoped that the Ditl Rcpt occasioned thereby will not be very severe. Piggies Anu giants. Carey and fair Auk of Cincinnati Bava just published a miniature copy of the new testament so Small As to be conveniently carried in the Waist Coal pocket and it is said to be the Imal Leit now for Sale in our country. The mechanical execution is very splendid the last number of the Wes a a which Bylthe Way is when such Possession disposition or a one of the most valuable periodicals we Hority is Given to him bylaw nor do i know of sail trial pc claim the right a any manner to super Koran a been exhibited Quot v be or interfere with the person entrust Vou me Ted with such properly or treasure in 1 less be be an officer whose appointment under the Constitution and Laws is devolved upon the president alone or in conjunction with the Senate and for whose conduct the is constitutionally re-1 Spon sible. As the message and protest referred to May appear on the journal of the Senate and remain among the recorded documents of the nation i am unwilling that opinions should be imputed to me even through mis construction which Are not that contest in which american Liberty a. Was purchased in vain have i since per con a Ned it Quot a and More particularly am filled property Fame and life in defence of the rights and privileges so dearly bought in vain am i now without a personal aspiration or the Hope of individual advantage encountering responsibilities and dangers from w hich by Mere inactivity in relation to a single Point i might Liane Geen exempt if any serious doubts can be entertained As to the purity of my purposes and motives. If i had been ambitious i should have bought an Alliance with that powerful institution which even now aspires to no divided Empire. If i had been venal i should have sold myself to its designs had 1 preferred personal Comfort and official ease to the performance of my arduous duty i should have ceased to molest it. In the history of conquerors a usurpers never in the fire of youth nor in the vigor of manhood could i find an attraction to lure me from the path of duty and now i shall scarcely find an inducement to commence their career of ultimately ensue. If the censures of the ambition when Gray heirs and a decay a Senate be submitted to by the presi-1 lame instead of inviting to toil and Dent the Confidence of the people in his ability and virtue �. the character and 1 usefulness of his administration will soon be at in end and the real Power of the government will fall into the hands of a body holding their offices for Long terms not elected by the people and not to them directly responsible. If on the other hand the illegal censure of the Senate should he resisted by the j president collisions and angry controversies might ensue discreditable in their Progress and in the end compelling the people to adopt the conclusion either to that their chief magistrate was Unwor i solicitous that i May not be supposed to claim for myself or my successors any Power or authority not clearly Gran Ted by the Constitution and Laws to the president. I have therefore respectfully to request that this communication May he considered a part of that message and that it May he entered therewith on the journal of the Senate. Andrew Jackson. April 21, 1834. From the National intelligencer. Agreeably to previous announcement the Celebration of the 227th anniversary of the Landing of the Gallant capt. Smith with the first colonists of Virginia at Jamestown took place on the spot consecrated by that event on the 2jlh instant. There were present it is estimated Between 1500 and 2000 persons congregated from Distant parts of the state As Well As from the contiguous counties. Among the visitors who attended at the special invitation of the committee were or. , or. Poin Huxter and or. Tipton of the United slates Senate. The proceedings of the Day were appropriate and in the evening the committee escorted their invited guests to Williamsburg where they terminated the pcs is unparalleled it was executed by a devout Indian Mussulman of the Northwest named Holum a Goudin and i two sons. They have gone to Mecca to Deposit their gift. Each letter is three inches High and the Book is a foot thick four feet eight inches Long and two feet eight inches wide. The entire text was copied by the hand of the father in six years one of the sons added an inter linear persian translation. The binding is literally in boards. This work was carried on the Back of a Camel upon a dais of Crimson stuff and made fast by a padlock. At eve it Ery slopping place it was opened for to veneration of Good Musulman. Speaker or the Bell of Tennessee has been elected speaker of the House of representatives to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Andrew Sterenson nominated minister to great Britain. Messes. Bell Polk Wilde Speight Wayne and Southerland were the most prominent candidates. The contest finally settled Down Between messes. Bell and talk. On the 10th and last ballot or. Bell got 114, and or. Polk 78 votes the whole number Given was 218. John f. Kioes president judge of the second judicial circuit in this slate died at his residence in Charleston on the 29th. Ult. He is favourably spoken of As a Roan % judge and s Christian. Battle Call me to the contemplation of other worlds where conquerors cease to be honoured and supers expiate their crimes. The Only ambition i can feel is to acquit myself to him to whom i must soon Render an account of my stewardship to serve my fellow men and live respected mid honoured in the history of my country. No the ambition which leads me. On it is in anxious desire the new Bank of North Carolina is sex and a fixed determination to return to Pec to go into operation about the 1st of the people unimpaired the sacred september. Duncan Camcro has been Trust they have confided to my charge chosen president Aud Charles Dewey a to heal the wound of the Constitution cashier. The Cocker amp Enoch mrs 51 vc7 Large and interesting paper of the City of new York proposes a a a free Exchange with All the of Hig papers to the . From this time to the 1st of Jan. per or. has just been elected representative in Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the decease of l. P. Dennis till ties of the Day with ail elegant amp up from the Eastern Shore of Maryland. He succeeded Over the administration candidate by a majority of about one thou saudi votes. A member of the bar in Charleston s. C. Has been suspended for using improper language to a female but less

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