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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - October 10, 1834, Connersville, Indiana In Vlk hta me Valit. A it he Heksh. Orn run Atnif i St hit. S. W. Park ii amp d. Van Vlugt editors. Terms.�?$2,00 a a Kannum in a Vance "2 50 within the year a his ter the year expires. A Civit Lisk Xiv can dwell Wim a Foru who know the. U and kwowiw., Hakk ,-�?jr,, xkdxa2ta Prisant oot Oesh 10, 1001. Ivo. 20. Ii u watchman. Con n i is i Lee Friday october 10. 1034. Indian summer. The have been look my fur a week or to Olio ushering in of this Bland delightful enchanting season of the year. We a it a season for it appears in this Region lit As regularly As seed time and har and of All the portions of the year it to us Tho most interesting. There is bathing in it pleasantly Pon for ration in its exposition of the Constitution and contending in behalf of a president w to ousted him from office by the Aid of the very men and the very Princi a pies he is now denouncing. There is or. Carson of North Carolina last win ter supporting the administration at All . This Winter denouncing it. There is the sex Secretary of the Navy a Branch once the bosom Friend of the president and an ardent supporter now make War upon his own prisident in behalf of the nation a that rises Liko the if me of a King it and Wear upon her baby brow the round and lop of i look to the press. There is the Richmond enquirer but yesterday As it were hurrying Onward nullification and secession now rebuking is the new York courier and enquirer but u Little while Ngo launching its thunders upon or. Cooper and All the Nullifier a a Nullifier and in direct hostility to the persons and measures of the Ltd ministry a now inviting articles adapted Een Tion. There is Muhlenburg from Penn for the columns of the Telegraph. I Sylvania ardently supporting Jackson took a parties. Clarmen Jackson Man a the presidency but voting with j anti Mason where Are Yeye who hut j _. T i j i Dearborn of Massachusetts a trains his yesterday were vilifying each other and and Melancholic and with All so a lassachusctt., fighting fisc two kit Kenny to i a awful Tbs two always feet for it the reduction of the Tariff. \ Mia Ivas Fri a a i i 1 i. A a. I / i i i. I f be kind of of Clit that the traveller due i the Fields the steams and Groves of his wished for Home. Indian Bummer is is Welcome thrice Welcome when it is let us be where we May. But he is Kennon of Ohio an undoubted Jackson Man denouncing or. Verplanck a Bill which Cambreleng of new York not a stronger Friend of the president is As zealously upholding. There too is Shepard of North Carolina opposing Tho to would enjoy it in All its ineffable Lulu same Hill which Speight from the same land rapture As we have done let him go to the great wilderness of Woods where 1 May travel for Days without finding that in has Ever Boon there before Biot let p seek the great Prairies of this state j i Illinois or stand upon the Shore of the Pat lakes of Tho North West and a react him Send out the eyes of his head of his imagination and if they do Ihring Hack tipi the soul an ecstatic cot non this -e1ysianneia��?uieu, us ii no constituted As we Are. That a state is supporting and yet both Are the friends of the president there Are Wickliff and Daniel who did every thing to gel this administration into Power doing As much to gel it out. There hear the Rush of commingled approbation from every Point of the Compass. I torn to the president there is the veto my singe averting that each Finan May construe the Constitution As he understands it and Here the last message acknowledges the supreme court the Umpire of constitutional questions. Is the Tariff the dividing line i am on both sides of the Jackson party. Are internal improvements the test i have friends and adversaries in the Jackson far than that of other favored Territo a concern if Joseph Smith did not take i Rier for Power to form a Constitution new and contradictory revelations state government. She has but one course have no doubt settled All doubts. Smith left for the assertion of her equal rights says he had no object in marching his a it is to ascertain her population which my to Missouri but to take supplies of to is beyond doubt More than sixty thous Ney and clothing to the Brethren there and to proceed in that event to the no settlements of the difficulties had calling of a convention Foi the institution been effected at the latest accounts. Of a state government and to the elec-1 Tion of a representative and senators to Congress. The state of Michigan will then have a right to demand admission into the Union and it is not to be anticipated that the Congress of the United states will hesitate to yield As a matter of right what they have hitherto refused to Grant us As a Gen. Dodge. In the new York evening Star we find Tho following Brief biographical sketch of general Dodge the present commandment of the dragoons and n distinguished officer in the late Indian War. Are the agents of the president himself party it nullification the Mark ? i am soliciting his adversaries for votes to sus. W the he president form the eggs to the Tain the administration against the acts apples. Though Defeated in our men of South Carolina. Indeed where am Iff our principles Are victorious. Ate i in a i Able i 1er h i 2 fid Cornier drop. Reserve in f coi cur elation Siosi Tafil # rest to it Ith pull fee., spa my Coutur Cru Peri l its re ii tit of in Lalion a Partin Ping Cor cents for Farru de r ii be Stomer a Gene Fos Pii from w oved la expo Vii Larf 1l Selts of t fill Sudi mines re end will Toi 0< i e expert 2 Indel uary la Lon Var 934. A h inform Uhlric f. % hat Wildin and. And Van in Croc a com Iole or of till1 o any will six entry Itle Uii ave. 1 Pitit f 1a, tar in. 1634. Cint cd thu amalgamation of parties. Dil associations saturnalia of politics. The subsequent letter though written rewards of two years ago is in spirit not inapplicable to the present times. It is written by the talented or. Brooks who has through the Portland daily a advertiser thrown before Tho Public so Many excellent and fascinating letters from Washington looking Over the country and noticing the thousand transmutation in to Iris which Are constantly going on one is minded of the Ever varying appearances presented by the Kaleidoscope. Politi Viciana frequently find themselves steeping had Fel Tassi its in common for them to lie Down with one at night and gel up with him who was his bit Crest opponent in the morning. Thus the a of politics wags. Mutation is Ever Reading on Tho Heel of mutation. And these mutations Are not without their and outage to the Public however humbly they May sometimes cause us to look upon frail human nature. When men become is thick and familiar As those of the same party generally Are they have very Strong inducements to act honestly and uprightly Hen they Are conscious that him whom hey Greet As a fellow partizan to Day May n to Morrow be fighting in the ranks of is opponents. We Are almost ready to a Ivree with Pope a believing that a whatever is is right a and that a fall partial evil is Universal but we will keep the Reader no longer from this excellent letter. Washington Jan. 31, 1332. It is a musing now to look Over our on try and to Mark what hues aspects Hopes and varieties the Chameleon of arty has assumed. What arc we in Hose ranks who Are our friends Are questions to Puzzle the Best political tac Iciano. I go into the Senate of the u. States. There is Grundy who in 1830 on foetus so unions went Side by Side with Hayne n opposing Webster now voting with Ico to put Down the nullifies there it Benton who then so denounced the ii Cindy and judges now voting with Lay ton to uphold them As the palladium if the Union there is Forsyth voting Vith Clay and Bell Anil fat there is Isaac Gilill voting with John Holmes political friends each and All permit me to say voting in suspicious company. There is Calhoun thinking hard things against his old Friend Jackson. There Are Mangum and Poindexter ranged against their old associates Dudley and Dickerson. Well the Tariff is up for discussion. Clay and Dallas Webster and Wilkins Knight and Dickerson vote together each Antipodes in personal politics. On nullification Webster prompts Wilkins. On the Tariff and Public lands Dickerson nods assent to Clay. Indeed a where am i what has happened i go into he House of representatives there is Mcduffie fighting the administration. There Are Burgess and Drayton both federalists in other Days now pushing together against nullification and pulling different ways on the Tariff. There is Root of new York once a supporter of the administration now an adversary and it Semi Nullifier hut professing yet an attachment to pure democracy. There is the sex president John a Liucy Adams supporting the adminis our Cham what has happened a on once denounced for advancing these i go into the Cabinet. Old Democrat principles is now invoked to sustain the by and old federalism arc there curious administration in their execution. As of each other. Or. Mclane is1 National republicans i am sure we will Side b Ide with or. Livingston the first stand on the same foundation where we once Tuiai of the Federal party the a a Ood six months ago but our Adversa last As lat an Ajax of democracy. Or. R e9 have stolen our ideas stolen oar Flag Woodsw and or. Taney once anti 1 Etolen our for Sci pc now nod agreement the social relations in this i y Are a and joins get Concord. The Percsi j80 a a sen tally Cangen Dent a a a go Lumen what do you think i the oddest amalgamations occasionally of null Trioa or must be put Down a take place. 1 he office holders inst respond tar. Milane. A it must he put Winter scowled upon men who Are now a fat is revolutionary a in Good terms at the White House adds m Wood Btu it but Tom Juffer Here and there arc pro menacing Arm in son a a tie father of a jes or. Mclane. Arm conversing agreeably and nodding a ton Jefferson Wall theorized Tom gracious asset to each other i Dividu Jeff won was Amad non ids als who last Winter had not a single a my been the thought in common. As the Southern _____1. He has put i nullifies were never such ruthless truck Lozri a these dog \ id kilns or i Lent Saracens in politics As were the Jackson men nil shake hands and a mile a proclamation is to be in it Makei a they sigh Over the i go to a the government Strong a Oril the pc. Social party and see Calhoun Webster Gen Dodge who commands the dra i goons is an officer of daring bravery. He was formerly a respectable lawyer of thi City and marrying a lady who owned Large possessions in Indiana he settled there about the year 1819. Be Tore he quilted new York he evinced a great partiality for natural history attended the lectures of the celebrated or. Mitch-1 1 ill at the College in Barclay Street and with that gentleman and others founded that distinguished association called the lyceum of natural history whose labour an Ltd in iut a Linn known to men of science in All parts of the world. How changed May be the fortunes and destiny of men even after they have established themselves in some particular line of life Gen. Then or Dodge after removing o the Vicinity of the Lead mines became cons icons by \ i his practical talents and Energy of character so Well fitted for that new country. He was chosen a Gen. In the militia and during the late sanguinary War with Black Hawk made himself remarkable by his chivalrous and intrepid personal courage grappling hand to hand with the Rifle and Tomahawk of some of the chieftains in several desperate encounters. He was thus naturally pointed out to the government As a suitable officer to command one of the new regiments of rangers. He is now following what would Cainsville Ohio test Mcgraph. From the Salem Gazette. Examination of the pirates. The pirates were landed at the Crowninshield wharf in one of clock yesterday and taken from there in car al i arcs to the town Taa the courthouse in being under repair. Twelve of them handcuffed together took their place at the bar. They were All Young and Middle aged men the oldest being More than forty. Judge Davis of the . District court presided and the complaint having been read by Andrew Dunlap Esq. They severally pleaded not guilty their replies being translated toy s. Badlam Esq. Sworn interpreter. The disposition of Fernando Jose Perez one of the pirate Crew taken at Clarence Fernando of admitted King s evidence was read. The substance of this deposition As Well As we could Gether from hearing it hastily read once was that he entered on Board the Schr. Pinda at Havanna about 13 months previous to the taking of the deposition that Schr. Had on Hoard two Iron guns amp a. The armament of the Pinda was Here described that they sailed with the intention of going on a slaving voyage to the coast of Africa that about 20 Days after they had sailed they fell in with an american Brig which they hailed and brought to that they then desired her to Send her boat which was immediately done that a number of the Crew of the Pinda got into the boat armed with pistols and knives and made the men in the boat Row them to the american Brig that on boarding her they immediately took Possession of her robbed her of 10 boxes of specie Crew in the Holst a Wii i ing the a o 5 Miller Joff Lylw or. Livingston. A it free will complain a adds or. Woodbury Ritchie is a fool a exclaims the president. A Van Buron will make him it it right. The old fed Rel doctrine is the True doctrine. The government m is he kept Strong to hold us together. That Rascal Calhoun must be put Well i go to the Kitchen Cabinet. A what a hoax we democrats Are archly exclaims Kendal. A they have just sent me to print a Federal proclaim t Gere. Us is lion Jiuu Owhi we a ovum a Ritin a dip q Efti i n a t6� in a v wife Are nor to drams a tiring if Tobt Kwh a us a i Quot Tii near in Rte a Hia i. 1.11._-. 1i,t. Pm a Cir Tutu .4� a he _ Geller 1 look Over my shoulder and there is edging through the crowd a lady hold of the Arm of a gentleman with whom her husband was not on speaking terms a year ago i turn to the right a and there Are Gen. Green and major Noah on a sofa together and Here 1 am thrown into a cotillion with senator Hill j confusion worse confounded indeed i do not know where i am nor to what party i belong. I am at sea sadly puzzled to find my political latitude and rudder Tion a cries Blair of the Globe. A How it 6eems is if 1 and fallen upon a new e shall i appear in Ritchie s secession is Virginia nullification is South Carolina. A nonsense a adds Lewis. A who will supp Ogle us in Congress a All ask. A Benton no. He is pinned by his speech in 1830. Sois Grundy. Can Wilkins no to has not the talents to Cope with Calhoun. Clay is unmanageable and for consistency Sake we must let him a Lone. There is Webster invite him to the White loom e. Court him. Let him kill off Calhoun and the nullifies and Hen we will kill off him a soliloquies Kendal. Bravo Bravo All respond a with the us a concluding sons a Black spirits and White red spirits and Groy mingle mingle mingle you that mingle i next look abroad in the world. There is Massachusetts once venturing almost on the verge of nullification now denouncing it. There is s. Carolina rebuking the Hartford convention but Assem a the saturnalia of politics As it were or stepped into another Century with a nother generation. Michigan. List wok we noticed an initiatory step in teds territory for her admission As a state into the Union. Below a a from the message of the acting governor to the legislative Council upon its the extract manifests a deep solicitude for elevating the territory into a state for removing her from infancy into womanhood. To presume that this feeling now pervades the territory. If it does before the adjournment of the not Congress eur family of states will consist of a Quarter of an Hundred let them come they Are fair and stately pillars in the glorious fabric of our Republic. Let them go on from multiplying to multiply until an Hundred states shall form the Union a the leading purpose of our present a worse one at Columbia and co�?T-1 9e9, the speedy admin per by from the ,n,.,�?o.0,f she once exploded. There is Virginia appear to of Nis Nal nral inclination the i vocation of a Gallant Soldier pursuing the hostile tribes of the powerful Paw and Camanchee Over the bound nary it essential to the effectuation of this ii desirable object a census of the inhabited no Jefferson As a , and yet Anu of he pen Inglai a we a of those Coupe mining the nullification of which he is the father. There is Pennsylvania once threatening to Call out her militia to Stop the process of the National Quilici West of Lake Michigan ought it is respect fully suggested to be immediately ordered and taken. The details Are properly confided to the Wisdom of the legislative Ary now the fast Friend of the supreme Counci it jut the time has arrived when court. There is Georgia scorning nullification this Side of the Savannah hut practising it on the other. I turn to the North. There is ii. G. Otis swelling in the Faneuil Hall the song of Praise upon the presidents proclamation and there Ore the spirited bostonian responding there Are the Sentinel Aud new Hampshire Patriot both pledging their services to the administration and chiming in Concord against nullification Michigan is called upon to act for herself. She has petitioned Congress again and again to extend to her the same measure of liberality and Justice which has been extended to All the territories heretofore admitted into the Union As states. None of these territories had at the time of their admission a population equal to a sixty thousand souls a population on the attainment of which we Are authorised by the ordinance of 1787, to claim in in nees less Prairies of Arkansas. In Here is something peculiarly exciting Ltd romantic we should imagine in this perilous life. The surpassing Beauty of the scenery of undulating interminable Prairies enamelled with Ever verdant Flowers and alternated with copses and Underwood and herds of thousands of buffaloes browsing unmolested amidst the fairy Fields of these solitary uninhabited wilds. The wild War horse of the Prairie Horn it is said of the pure andalusian or arabian Breed guided without Spur or bridle and Rode by warlike red men Are said to present a species of cavalry no less formidable than Dovel. Our own a courted troops Are mounted on steeds of the same Noble blood so accustomed to the Peculiar nature of this country and to the endurance of severe hardship. Each company a late writer informs us is composed of horses of a particular color which must give to the whole corps of mounted men with their helmets and carbines a most martial appearance. The death of the Brave and accomplished Gen Leavenworth exports a Pang of regret but the glory acquired by his successor Gen Dodge and the troops under his command leaves us room to Hope that the expedition will prove of eminent service in humbling the predatory incursions of an extensive tribe who have hitherto held undisputed Possession of Thia immense Fertile country. Tiie mormon War. Gen. Joe Smith with his army of fanatics returned to his old head quarters in this county on saturday last after an absence of three months during the most of which time they have been on the March to and from Missouri. This expedition11 May be considered As Ono of the Meriest i a wild Goose chases to be found upon record. They profess to act at All times by command of the lord through the Mouth of Smith. By these Means Sev eral Hundred armed men have been dragged nearly 1,000 Miles in the heat of summer for the express purpose of Tak ing on their arrival there they found the governor of the state had made n communication on Tho subject of their difficulty on which it was discovered quitting the Amertz Tyr a att a covered another an r i turn to the South is the no de 1 corp0rajion with a Republican cons Titu that they could not a Levy War even in hearted Hayne parading with All the Tjon into the Union on an equal footing j taking Possession of their rights. They amp circumstance of War against his original Ltd most Oft therefore had nothing to do but to March a pomp amp circumstance of War against is Witk like original friends Whin 1830 clap him so warm the other territories have been admittedly for Over turning Webster. There is we Chi they po9se3ged a number of in Hab the chairman of the famous retrenchment Bill which secured Jackson selection a he fiery Hamilton a thou Dalhousie thou great god of War list clout colons a to the Earl of mar a now comm Amler in chief buying Cannon hoarding muskets and arraying troops to it ants equal to the ratio of representation in the House of representatives of the United states. Congress under the influence of the policy which at present guides their deliberations have failed to accede to the reiterated applications of Michigan with a population greater by nothing a Aback we understand that a revelation was listed out to suit the Case which declared that the lord was satisfied with their sacrifices As he was with Abraham when he offered up his son Isaac. To get along with this last act of Folly the impostors have evidently been put to their with Send. Several of the dupes had declared they would quit the which they took and robbed a. Scuttled and Burnt after which the sailed for Africa hat they were after wards chased by a frigate about eight hours but succeeded in escaping and proc ded to the River Nazareth in Pursuit of slaves that about two months after this they sailed from the Nazareth previously cutting off the figure head of their Brig that about 6 Days afterwards on their return to the Nazareth. They were fallen in with and boarded by an English Man of War that when the Man of War sent their boats to Board them they All took to their boats and landed on Tesho a the Nazareth where All. Butch Tain took to the Bush that he the deponent and five others had leave from the Captain to go where they pleased and that among fhe six there was divided about 2000 dollars his own share being 250,which he took. Perez was afterwards examined and confirmed the foregoing deposition in All important particulars. He swore that All the men present belonged to the Pinda. There were thirty on Board when they left Captain had stated that they were bound for Rio Janeiro. Some of the boxes taken from the vessel supposed to be the mexican were marked with or a or. Read 1st officer of the mexican Vijh. The identity of two of the prisoners. Steese two were perhaps the most strongly marked and ill looking of the lot. Or. R. Also thought he rec go Tii Zed a third. Perez then pointed out four or five of those who went on Board the mexican. One of the men identified by or. Read was the Carpenter of the pirate. Cal Schr. And was pointed out by Perez As one who boarded the vessel. The prisoners admitted as6tate�?Ts evidences were then ordered to recognize for their appearances As witnesses at the next term of Theu. court to be held in Boston and the examination was brought to a close. The prisoners were taken to the carriages which brought them from the wharf and conveyed immediately to Boston. Two or three times during the examination the prisoners clamorous by exclaimed for a Justicia a a Quer emos so Lamente in Justicia a we Only want Justice. They pleaded not guilty a con Respeto a with respect. The Hall was crowded to suf location with persons eager to see the pirates

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