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Indianapolis Extra State Sentinel (Newspaper) - September 9, 1842, Indianapolis, Indiana Benr Claf or. Clay is eloquent and Abler and entered pub lie Quot life an uncompromising Republican of the Jenifor son school in which he and Martin Van Buren were reared. In this Faith he continued until the United states Bank the granting a charter to which in .18& he manfully opposed began the game of in Pincher Power by tickling the Palms of dieting de men retaining them As pier attorneys and granting Liberal accommodations on nominal Securi Tiee. From that Day Forward the splendid talents and powerful influence of Henry Clay have been found enlisted on the Side of Quot associated wealth Quot and anti Repici lican monopoly. His protective Tariff his scheme for a distribution of the Public Money his u. S. Bank renewal and 50 million Bank Chaiter support Marc the change of his principles. W6bb, and other editors who abandoned their Early advocacy of democracy for mercantile and banking Favous and patronage zealously uphold or. Clay. The n. Y. Traders and Bankers consider him As a their the u. S. Bank whose dangerous Power he once eloquently exposed found him poor and embarrassed and made him its prosecuting attorney in the West thus relieving him from pecuniary trouble and laying the foundation of Bris present handsome Fortune. Thenceforward a he worshipped the irresponsible Power of avarice Incorv curated with ambition and secrecy and shielded by irresponsibility and left his Mantle to another Elijah. Or. Clay was one of the commission ers of the treaty of Ghent a treaty which left unsettled every important principle and question for which in 1812 the u. S. Had declared War and of k Ter words expended 150 millions of Money and lost Many Brave lives. In 1824 he joined his opponents to place or. Adams in Power though the candidate of the minority. The effect of his High Tariff sys tem is to tax the Farmer for the Benefit of new trades which require hot House warming and to accumulate Large sums of surplus Revenue for the Banks to t speculate. Perhaps the basest proposition of this degenerate politician is Hie land Bill to relieve the worthless speculators of the several states from the consequences of their dishonourable and faithless con duct to the people by giving them the Public lands to speculate on and to prevent the necessity of a recurrence to direct taxation the first effectual a Checklou Kiaie venality and legislative corruption. When or. Preston proposed to take the notes of the bankrupt Banks in pay ment for Public dues that is to legalise fraud and dishonesty As a part of the Constitution he found a eap Porter in 0 Henry Clay. Quot the Rue and 07izy efficacious and permanent remedy i solemnly believe is to be found in a Bank of the United Henry Clay. Feb. 10, 1838. Quot this institution the first United it slates Bank j. Is one of the most deadly hostility the principles and form of our con Jefferson Iros. Treason of Federal Wiig Gerys the Boston Atla a leading Clay Federal paper on the 13th of August 1648, uses the following language which we can construe into nothing less than an exhortation to the desperadoes of its party to assassinate the president and overthrow the constr ution. It is by such exhortations As these that the True spirit of Federal whig Gery is manifested. The leaders of the party though they May Gener fully profess attachment to Republican Imti Tutins for the purpose of blinding their dupes have in reality no such attachment. They Only need the Assurance of Success they would adopt the code of South american politics. If they had the Power they would exulting by place Clay upon the throne of the United states As dictator for life. Such is our Calm Cool and decided opinion see if the Atlas does not sustain it a Quot let him Tyler remember what was the history and what the Fate of Charles the first of England and of Louis xvi., of France. There is a fearful parallel thus far Between the history of the latter and that of John Tyler. The Only difference is to be found in the character of the people whose patience he is now abusing. But let him not be too confident. The people May and will Bear much. But they will not Bear any More usurpation of their rights. Forbearance has ceased to be a virtue and John Tyler May find to his Cost what it is thus to defy and trample upon the people he has betrayed. The one Man Power cannot will not be tolerated in a free country As it is now exercised. It must either be abandoned by him who now abuses it or it must be arrested by prompt speedy and decisive resistance. Let not president Tyler expect the Only other alternative that the people will consent to be slaves and to have their chosen representatives so Many powerless images who can Only act As the will of the tyrant May dictate. Whatever the remedy it will be sought and paper Money. No other scheme of swindling has Ever yet been devised that can be compared with the unspeakable calamities the untold confusion distress poverty and suffering which this the most villainous scheme Ever invented by aristocratic love of Privi lege has spread Over Europe. Time after time hive All the european kingdoms at the solicitation of Quot the Nobles and Gentry Quot been clouded with Pes a silent swarms of this credit Money. It has gone on depreciating in the different countries at various rats reaching in Austria 13 per cent. In Rome Turin and Naples 25 per cent. In England 25i per cent. In denmarld45 per cent. In Russia 75 per cent in sweeden96 percent. And in France 99i per cent. Most of these credit Money Nanu a factories have been built on the credit of the state and so much of this enormous depreciation As has not been a wholesale swindling a direct loss to 4 the Community has been declared As in Russia in-18.10, Quot it sacred and inviolate debt of the Empire Quot and ground out of the people in the shape of taxes thus have nobility and Gentry fattened on the Star a vation of the mass of the people. Such is the amp Prospect held out to the the United states by the Bank party under the Clay banners. Specie is. ? Cuba where an excl a ively hard Money currency prevails mechanical labor is compensated at the rate of 7t3bee dollars pay. Coopers frequently make from seven to ten poll a �8 pee pay at trimming casks and even Sla labor act Pires one Dollar and a half per Day ten hours labor in Cuba constitutes a Day s work. Journeymen carpenters go from this country to Cuba where they get sixty dollars per month and boar. Young men go there also to get Rich they accomplish their object in a few years and return to their Kiva Tive land to enjoy the Rich Reward of their id retry. These Are facts we know to be True because have witnessed Triem Rig Rbt. Judge m. M. Noah than whom no Man has Laboured harder against democracy since his connexion with the infamous Webb has lately established a new paper in new York. He was once a supporter of democracy but for a season was blinded by the Faue lights of Federal vol piggery. It appears by the following that he found he was in the wrong Pew and gathers himself out thus the whig party appears to be crumbling to pieces in every direction. It seems to possess no adhesive properties and cannot in its present temper As we conceive be kept together any longer. The question will be asked and has been asked already on what principles will you establish your new paper 1 we answer on the old democratic platform the old Republican party which elected Jefferson Madison and Monroe and carried the country throw ii every trial and vicissitude safely and triumphantly. It is useless to conceal it the democracy of the country must govern All that remains to be done is to impart to it a sound discreet and healthy action. Many of that party there is no doubt have Ultra views but the great mass Are honest they Are to be influenced by reason by conviction by principles and Justice and they Are the last who will abandon the country or its free institutions. With this party to which we have always avowed our devoted attachment we shall stand on Broad honest democratic grounds. We shall not be advocates of a High protective Tariff nor a National Bank nor of a permanent National debt nor Are we in favor of abolishing the veto Power. In relation to a National Bank whatever May have been our predilections in its favor and we never made that question an open Issue before the people recent developments of fraud and speculation involving the loss of an immense capital and plunging thousands into irretrievable ruin have determined the american people to oppose any future attempts to charter such an institution. We do not believe that a National Bank made up principally of private capital and with general Power of Loans and discounts will Ever again be established in the United states. We Hope he will in future be As Good authority with the whigs As he was in 1840.horrible. We Cut the following from a speech of lord Ashley in the House of commons describing the state of society in Manchester England. Our readers must be aware that the Clay Federal whigs Are straining every nerve to build up in this country just such another set of overgrown manufacturing capitalists As exists in Manchester one of the greatest manufacturing towns in England. We have been in that City and from what we Learned at the time we consider the account As less in fact than the whole truth. If our people Are willing to see such a state of society in our Happy land they will accomplish it by voting for men who go for the measures calculated to bring about such a result otherwise for the democrats. Pawnbrokers 129 Beer houses 769 Public houses 498 brothels 309 brothels lately suppressed. 111 brothels where prostitutes Are kept 163 houses of ill Fame where prostitutes resort 223 Street walkers in the Borough 763 thieves known to reside in the Borough who do nothing but steal. Persons following some Legal occupation but who Are known to have committed felony and augment their gains by habitual violations of the Law. Houses for receiving stolen goods houses suppressed lately. Houses for the resort of thieves houses lately suppressed. Lodging houses were the sexes indiscriminately sleep together 212 160 63 32 103 25 the mjg Framp errs. Tii Oss Gap tidies a one of our whigs last it a Farmer for his pork. Oie do a a Hund Ivd in. Old a ship up Quot a a a what Good Imes the by a is get a a hat roast beef and those promises of Reform i Hurra for Clay pork 60 cents a hied and to grumbling corns Centa Ani wheat we Vuu fun t sign a Clay club to put the feds in pop a or again a Flat is going on an Elk ii tip hrs on through that Goth West to ii fall. Next summer Jere Sun Proso he Winil in ii a you a. Y. Herald. Y a Toto anecdote. While the last veto of the president was under discussion in the u. S. House of representatives old governor Pope of Kentucky related an anecdote which was listened to with somewhat of anxious attention by his whig Brethren As Hia remarks appeared to Saver a Little of disaffection to their cause. The anecdote is related As follows by the correspondent of the n. Y. Evening Post old or. Pipe of Kentucky said As they would talk about the veto and As his venerable Friend front Massachusetts Xor. Adams had hinted very significantly at Quot an Appeal to the god of Battles Quot revolution and so on he Felt it his duty to remind the House that the Battle was not to be always Between factions on this floor but that the matter must be referred to the people. And the people if he were not very much mistaken would decide the matter without any fight at All and while their hands were i would very probably Send a Large number of their Wordy belligerents about their business. The government he was sure would not be dissolved be there As Many squabbles Between the Corporal s guard and parties in Congress As there might. When he was governor of Arkansas he had been obliged to veto Bills and the legislature had been on one occasion within one vote of passing one returned them in this Way by a tyo thirds vote. But when the people came to decide upon the very same matter he and his veto were sustained. Two thirds of the legislature had very nearly headed him and in a very Short time after More than two thirds of the people on the same question had head Withem. Markets. New York aug. 10, Alexandria aug. 8, Georgetown aug. 8, Baltimore aug. 8, Cleveland aug. 5, Boston aug. 6, Charleston aug. 6, Zanesville july 31, Price of bread stuffs. Bbl. Flour. By. Wheat. §5,50 5,50 5,00 5,37 6,00 6,87 4,00 $1.10 a 1,25 1,00 a 1,06 1,10 a 1,15 1,00 a 1,16 so a 88 60 a a by. Corn 55 a 60 55 a 60 53 a 55 47 a 58 a a. 58 new Orleans aug. 13.�?flour, $4 a 4,25, demand confined to City consumption. Bacon shoulders sides 3c, hams 5 a 5 canvassed a 6, pork Clear a 8, mess $7, prime $4j. P. 0. §3,50 a 4, m. 0. $5,50&Quot a $5, 75. Lard 5 a 7c per la. Corn 32 a 33c. Per Bushel in sacks Oak 32 a 34 demand limited. Whiskey. 17 a 17, limited demand Coffee Havanna a 9, Rio so a Chicago,aug.23.�?beef �2,50 to 3,00 per cwt. §5 to �7 per barrel pork 1,50 to 2,50 per cwt., �5 to $6 per barrel 5 flour �4,00 per barrel wheat per Bushel 65 Oats 20 com shelled 27. Cleveland aug. 23.�?northern wheat 77c Southern Dull at 75. Flour Ohio canal brands $3,87t a 4 00. Philadelphia aug. 24.�?flour in this City has now fallen to �5, and it is even doubted whether that Price can be commanded for any very Large amount. Wheat is 85 to 90 cents. The operations of the currency and Large crops Are now showing themselves. These prices Are not yet Down to the lowest Point. New Albany aug. 25.�?wheat is quoted at 40 a Corn 15 a 20 Oats 10. Flour 2,76 a �3 per Bra. Bacon hog round 2i a 2. Louisville aug. 26. A Bacon 2f to 4. Lard 4 a 6. Flour 2,75 a �3. Whiskey 13 j a 14. Wheat 43 j Oats 10 a 12 com 20 a 25. 102 England. Londott aug. 4, 1842.�?firee Trade principles appear to be making Progress. The Britannia brought news that the president had put his Quot veto Quot on the Tariff and Here another Quot step Forward Quot has been taken by ministers bringing in a Bill allowing foreign Corn to be ground duty free for the purpose of being made into biscuits for the use of ships. This is a most important Concession for in it is involved the principle of the Corn Laws or. Gladstone contended that foreign floor so used for biscuits would be beneficial to Commerce and to the consumer without being injurious to the Home grower. If this holds Good with respect to biscuits there is no reason Why it should not apply to bread generally and most assuredly or. Gladstone will not be allowed to escape from his own arguments in the course of the next session. The times in reference to this measure observes a Quot we said it at first when sir r. Peel began to stir in the Corn Laws that every measure of his must and would tend with More or less rapidity to the ree admission of foreign Grain. His legislative planet cannot move out of that or. Gladstone opposed this very scheme which he has now brought Forward when it was proposed by the whigs but in fact the conservatives have adopted in some shape or other nearly All the plans and principles of their predecessors. Even the whig Sheme of National education which was so violently denounced As immoral irreligious and levelled at the Church has been re introduced by the present government without alteration with an additional �10,000 added to the original Grant. It is in fact who Ever May be in Powars in possible now to govern England on genuine tory principles. The agricultural and sir Robert Inglis Section of the tories Are sullen in Public and Savage in private with the minister but they have every thing thing to lose and nothing to gain by breaking into rebellion and throwing him out of correspondence of Ike Jav. 1. Evening Post. Rhode learn from the Providence chronicle of the 22d inst., that gov. Hubbard of new Hampshire has refused to give up or. Dorr upon the requisition of gov. King. Sex governor Arnold of Rhode Island was the messenger Between the parties. The chronicle says Quot he waited upon gov. Hubbard of n. Hampshire in obedience to his instructions with a requisition from gov. King for a warrant to Larrest Thomas w. Dorr now in the state of new Hampshire. Gov. Hubbard respectfully but firmly and decidedly declined to obey the requisition and stated to gov. Arnold that he would Forward by mail Hie Reamona for so declining addressed to Samuel w. King acting governor of Rhode Island. We understand that gov. Arnold was Well treated by the authorities of new Hampshire though he was in respectful language told that he did not represent the Legal governor of Rhode Island. There is of course Inch anxiety to see gov. Hubbard s letter justifying his course Quot the Providence chronicle says Quot a letter came to the Post office on thursday morning from new Hampshire directed to Samuel Ward King acting governor of Rhode it will be returned we understand the Rhode Island supreme court of Rhode Island now a session at Newport have admitted to bail Otis Holmes one of the prisoners charged with treason against the state. It was stated by his counsel that his mind had become affected in consequence of his confinement. The correspondent of the Providence chronicle writes that All business on the civil list would probably be continued and messes. Luther Pierce ios iii Brown and others would be tried immediately. The disgraceful tyranny of the Chart exists in Rhode Island has brought Down upon them such a flood of Ignominy that the leaders Are beginning to Back out. John Whipple Esq one of the charter leaders and a member of the legislature from Providence published a card in the Providence journal in which he declines serving any longer in that capacity. He says he was Quot urged into the Quot front rank Quot of the Chart exists against his own judgment Quot and has been treacherously left to shirk for himself and b4ar the whole responsibility of the affair. of i.etteb�, remaining in the Post office at Indianapolis Indiana september 1,1842.,-Oirpersons calling for these letters will please say a web tired. Joel Klein Jacob Kaifeng Henry Kuhlman. L. Samuel Loucks Daniel Letherman William Lemar 11. F. Lankford Isaac liens Isaac Lyens. M. Miss Rebecca Morehead Anna h. May 2 Thomas e. Moore Tohn Moore Martin Martindale a Neil Haven Federal paper publishes the Follo if ing As the latest whig song Quot in Alftin s fall we sinned All in Tyler s Rise we sinned by adding the following Couplet a capital epitaph illustrative of the life and death of whig Gery will be ready for its Tombstone in 1845 Quot and hobe we Lay a beneath the a. Thomas asap j. Alyia John s. Allen John Alexander. B. Miss Eliza Barton miss Mary a. Burro Hart Mary Bryant Frances Burns Jas. Barrett Patrick Barrett George w. Brown George Brown Henry s. Brown Elisha Baicon Hiram bocon Edmond Blacklidge John Balcher sr., Robert Brownfield William Budd Eli c. Baker John Beckwith Daniel Bower Caleb Belles h. Bush h. Brady John Bryce Carl Brinkman John g. Briton c. Mrs. Amanda f. Cotton mrs. Carter miss Frances Crane miss h. Carroll Martin Conner Martin l. Cover s. W. Crutchfield James m. Clark William Culbertson Joseph Cox Leonard b. Chapin Basil Champer Daniel Croper Benjamin Cuddington c. C. P. Crosby John p. Martindale William Morley we. S. Murrell Daniel d. Mead Henry Miller William marshal James a Merriman Granville Morgan Bridgeman Moulton m. J. Morris. 2 John Mullaly. 3 macs. Mrs. Susana Mccormick its. Mary a. Mclaughlin Jacob Mclaughlin Moses Moll vain Thomas Mcclannahan a William Mckinzie David Mccurdy Abel Mcfarland Edward Mcgure George m. Mcafee James g. Mcmahan Joh Mcfall Daniel Mccreery senior Hugh Mcdannel 2 n. H. J. Newell George Norwood John m. Nichols fee Don Daniel org Orgela Tcharles Nottmeier Henry Colestock o. Peter Campbell h. M. Cottingham John Carson Henry Cain Berninard Cahn. D. Samuel p. Daniels John Dunlap Joseph h. Dodd Theodore v. Denny James Davis Thomas Dancy Michael Doran Allen Dorsey Franklin Dawsey e. John East King English Elisha Eggers Eldridge g. Ellis f. Daniel Foutz l. P. Frazier James or John Ransalier William Ford Charles Fullerton John Flint Stepben Foster Martin Oniel Force Shillam Fisher Joseph Forbus James Forriter 2 g. Nancy Glover Isaiah George Jasper Gibson John Greer Robert a. Givens Dan. Griffin Isaral ginnings he. Ginnel. H. E. M. Huntington Levy a. Hardesty Samuel hair Benjamin Hill Isaac Hobson Hon. Judge Hully John i. Hatfield Samuel Harding Thomas Hogela Iid Samuel Houston Samuel Hague William Hughey James Hui Jacob Hottman John h. Harris we. , 2 Peter Hessong. J. Miss Johnson a William Johnson Aaron Johnson Isaac James m. T. Be Ungs. K. Joel Kemper Nimrod Kamper William King Albert Kyger w. H. Keely ll-3w mrs. Sarah Owens John o Haver James Olimon Thomas o Neal James o Brien p. Mrs. John Parker mrs. Mary Pyle 2 Enoch Pyle John d. Piles Philip . Mrs. Nancy Ritchhart miss Mary e. Remington Hanah c. Rumford j. B. Ray w. M. Ray bum . Redd w. R. Rose William s. Ritner Westly Randal Joseph Russell Golsberry Rodgers Jacob ringer s. Mary Symcox Sarah a. Smith m. Gerhard Smith abuser Smith Morgan l. Smith Nicholas Smith John Smith David Stout Able swords Abram Sellers James Shipman Washington st. Clair f. F. Sheldon Thomas e. Sangster Oren Scott Jacob p. Stryker Joseph safari Thomas Swift George Simpson Samuel Spilman Caleb Shreves Uel Straus Archd. C. Smock Simon Smock Peter snick Peter Smock or. T. Robert Tucker Nathaniel Tutewiler we. Tell John Thompson Jamse Toohey f. A. Tiffany 2 v. Lemuel Van la Lingham. W. Hannah Wilson 2 William c. Wilson Charles Woodward Peter Warren Charles Whitehead David Wheaton Richard weeks Washington g. Williams John a Welchel Dennis j. While William Wallace. Joseph m. Moore p m. A iii

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