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Indianapolis Indiana Democrat (Newspaper) - May 14, 1831, Indianapolis, Indiana By a.p.mokriso�z�z.i3vdi.ia�.lpoij a saturday May 14, 1831. bums. Two Douan per annul in Adrance. Tiro dollars and fifty craps m a ii n the Etc Sollors at the end of the Yucai. Tlle sweetest spot. % the author of Quot Anster . Iii and res Jess As thy n ayin re a ill from Shore Etc up front Alc All Roani this glorious Quot Ollil has d1 in or All Hinc eyes have seen Kach Loo Kif sold each ton of Green which a a Quot reel d Etc richest Field lady lady Inhat dear place though poor of soil and Stai Itin space. Where she we love the girl whose Gnich has with Sweet bondage bless d the arc that 6 of where she in pomp doth bide Jio veve mean or All a wide Enid res of Power and lands of Pride is set test richest fairest Best. A Herm Divoll the maid we prize Bright As the Moon Liat walks the skies Lorr presence Dosi i Paradise the Nook w Here she in taht doth move were in a Guidess Cayci drear Tohe bless d Lover Tuou Lapp Are More rec and Bright and Clear. Than Eden Rich with Lii it and love. O Thon my sour Beloi ill a i he a in Jive in Ngeon would t s be. Ith Bli All paved and glorified Steart plunderers a Horn i love l,.o with thee 1 joyously could Daivdl even in the Bounds i Iny Itic ill. And Fin a thy lips an Eden kiss Flyance. Force fun and Domestic Pouch of the cric. Jav Hytry. Tothe editor of tie morning chronicle. , Moroli 10,1831. Sir an occident Llie motor Dav lire into my was a copy of a Lour written by a distinguished Friend of a Ihori. Inyo a country my not less since re in i if ii which l found a passage Sora Lhing hid the following. Quot a Citler of that Strangi writer. P. Q. Which has appeared ii morning in inc morning Cli Ronicle hns Nyji called Liy its prophecies the adv Culoso Liberty and the friends of Philip and the idler referred by them Riler appeared in the chronicle of the 1 Ith instant and i ask Vou the favor t the bit about alas d it again and then pen or reproaches with which i address the crier ministry itch the Spanish portuguese and italian refugees voted against a War tor Greece because it would Lead their Liberty and Freedom and who finally Are opposed All the of social Public and political life chuckle with pleasure and laugh with demoniacal Delight w Hen Sebastiani proclaimed from the Tribune that France would not interfere by arms prevent the subjection of the italian revolutionists and when he even dared justify the correspondence found at Warsaw and which proved that Nicholas had projected a War against the French and belgian revolutions but for the insurrection in Poland which for awhile Defeated the in Perial despot. This was not what they a i cited from the revolution of july when in a Iuse Quot fearful dais Quot adopt the words of the traitor Polignac Quot every one was occupied with providing for his own safety when in those fearful Days the Roval Isle hid themselves in the cellars or Lay trembling in the Fields and under Hedges apprehensive of murder confiscation or in imprisonment they Little dreamt hear i less than eight Short months the minister for foreign affairs become the advocate of the emperor of the North. If such an idea could have crossed the Ali h lid. Oct Lic minds of Tucio ten Royal Sis they would Luvi of Triumph Anil shouted a but n. The the revolution was a Quot Trulli Bouli civil and religious Iva be secured b would desire heir knowl cd and i Singth cd Quot Lii a Lielie Ved that that Liberty Thenee Forelli t being we. Thev with All i Lesof i knew too Well the policy of the a i tis Roval. I knew too Uell the cowardice of the centres and the fearlessness of Thi Lii Ilgi and the development of esterday in the chamber of deputies cime Loro Alize too soon the sad t visions which haunt Ltd me when i wrote inc letter Wirich a Tica Rcd in the chronicle of the 11th of this month. The title of my letter Day is Quot foreign and Domestic policy of thepenier ministry Quot 1 am scarcely Nib Cipully Calm write As i would Grilc or the ten thousand Deli part of what i feel. Yesterday 1 devoted a portion of Iny morning writing you a letter on the new Assoria Lions forming in France and you will find the fears 1 expressed even i orc than realized by subsequent in the chamber of deputies aim hich i was yes Cray present. I had hoped have continued the que lion of these new in Day s letter but although Tho matter is urgent there is something still More press Intro and trial is the Quot foreign and Domestic policy of the Perier ministry Quot yesterday was the Day appointed for a declaration of principles on the part of the new president of the Council. The tri mics were crowded. The Rentiers and the Stock brokers were there trembling with fear for a fall in the funds whilst lovers of Liberty and Iho True friends of Franco were there trembling and hoping a yet hoping against Hope and trembling least As was the Case a crier ministry should by its policy and system Bringa hush of shame on every Frenchman s Cheek and cause the hand involuntarily clench vowing is Cafalone log Jjustice the revolution of july. -. At length the moment arrived. The illness of death prevailed and Casimir Penett Irujo has sold the cause of Freedom by his unmanly Unpi Leto Licand a found fears War Ratch s address not merely the House but through that chamber millions of anxious beings vrho 9h sighing for Liberty in Poland Bel gift Talv Spain and Germany. Quot As you will publish at length this memorable discussion in will be absurd on Ray part Supply Yon Wilh a Tran Slation of the speeches in this letter but i will rather present Vou with an analysis of the Delate in a development of Tho system of the Quot for a Ign and Domestic policy of Tho Perier As i sat in Tho chamber and watched Tho features of those Public men Ivanh whose principles 1 am Well acquainted i could not but observe thai the expressions of pleasure or of disgust which were sex. Habited by Rifle rent individuals during Liis debate aside Mons rating the Ilea rules Ness Tho Vico Wisness Tho unprincipled and scandalous Natii roof the policy which had been resolved on. I observed men Whorall their lives have conc nod for the doctrines of divine right legitimacy and a Olulo who have opposed the school pro press pets i the worst i human nature and of human soil could not have been ight Lobell that France would revolutionize the world for six Momti and the next Alindon it foreign armies desk ionic Moi Arches and russian and austrian oppression. I such is inc foreign policy of Iofi Casim Perier i ministry. Yes As i Sal in the chamber i Ratcli cd also the features of those who have devoted Long and useful lives the cause of fre Cudoni. I saw Iho count Cnancy of Lafayette flushed Wilh shame amp indignation. I saw Tho Manly tear slea Down his Manly face. 1 b. Held him almost unable restrain himself within the Bounds of that decorum which even should scarcely dare break Down and i Hoard him Teli the minister of foreign affix Iris in i face of France and lbs worl., that statue would not be cajoled Liy and that when she suld Austria Ilse a fluid that a a inc it papi should not interfere she Niewot not Mere Liis patches and pro would Send her am austrian interfere i t enacted. Parma invaded and the i states attacked. Of Italy ild find but she 0 Itah oppose Tould Modi a Ere the Rentiers in usurers of the bourse is of Europe. Tecsi into insignificance eran Souh in cd and there also jew a the Money deals All were there ii fore an honest polic Flower in All their fatal Luxuriance lie Neall the warmth of a Prole cling High Pirec but wretched a Stem of government. And Rothes expanded when p. Sebastiani and Marllie am Lem which meant nothing less Quot Llian peace at All ha7.ards,&Quot these loan a onnors smiled Wilh she look though Thev saw before them a Long Bright Vista Adof cd Wilh austrian Mccall is French Bons Ray Aux prussian s lists and even some new dutch loan. They flew from Law tribunes the bourse with the rapidity of lightning announced tothe delighted Rentiers the probability of Quot High prices Quot and consoled them Wilh the Quot cheering news Quot that Poland might he crushed before the minister would interfere that Austria would Lake Possession of Italy and Ilo As she thought fit that France would lie a zealous partizan of the Porto cols of Smilon for settling the affairs of Belgium and that Wilh the of having Louis Phiilip for the King of the French instead of Charles x. King of France Evev thing would be put on fooling of Sis True indeed their was somewhat damped when later in the Day it was announced that More Money was requited More taxes wanted More sacrifice would demanded a and that not a the standing France was make every Concession Short of the actual abandonment of her own revolution yet thai France was keep on foot five Hundred thousand men defend the events of july and prevent Tho re in try of foreign bayonets and Charles a when they heard of these demands upon their purses the usurers were not Well pleased hut Thoy derived some Consolation from Tho fact that the mulling classes Tould be the principal stifle Island that a new Loai might avoided. A a from this View of what passed and a fell in the chamber i should if indifferent Tho question have pronounced against Tho policy of the Perier administration. A should not have needed the spa a tacs of Salve and Lafayette have convinced that in was Aii anti National and Atolfi revolutionary policy amp that As the enemies of Freedom were Tho Foremost applaud it the friends of Liberty must be the first exp Carlo it. The a peach of Lafayette was Triumph and scabs Lianis who denies facts As lories As that the Sun is and Ivhon utters falsehoods which in arc scarcely allowed in diplomacy and never it the National Tribune Ivas disgraced before France and Europe by the production of the correspondence which had been seized at Warsaw and which demonstrated that the French Consul at Poland had asked the permission of the grand Duke Constantino swear Alle Gianneto Louis Philip and that the rub Sian Cabinet had avowed its determination of making War against the principles of the French and belgian revolutions Sebastiani endeavoured evade such arguments by a reply fraught with political chicanery unworthy of a jew usurer on the Paris bourse. When attacked and re attacked by the honest and intrepid la Fayelta a on inc question of austrian interference in Italy Sebastiani tried shuffle out with a distinction Between France objecting or not consenting that and Holh Een an armed prevent such a according the sneaking miserable policy of this minister of foreign Afi Wiira France is protest but if her protest be not regarded she is succumb you till not wonder after this that expecting the adoption of such a system the friends of Freedom United together and formed the patriotic associations which 1 alluded in my loiter of yesterday and High must not be followed up Wilh increased Vigour and Ali Vii. The foreign policy of he Casimir Perier ministry May thus stated a isl Franco will not Nib it an invasion but will repel in. This is vastly patriotic and mine Nelv French. Why Charles x. And hit Mist re would have done this with As much Zeal Quot and even As much a Billy As Louis Philip and marshal Soull for one Ever dreamt of a Bourbon laying Down the Crown of France or submitting loan invasion and certainly the men of the restoration were As Good soldiers and sailors As Liiv be found in France 2d, France will not admit of an invasion of Belgium replace by flu Crof arms the family of Nassau on the throne thesis the utmost extent of what the present ministry is disposed Lod ofor Belgium. It will not interfere Resl orc Belgium Liml Bourg or maastricht or Venlo or Citadel of Antwerp or l Emburg. In will not interfere prevent inc London diplomatic corps from imposing conditions on the belgian government or from seconding such conditions a i imposed by prussian re is. Prince Talleyrand is sign the protocols the or me us Ever and id in at last become Quot acc ossuary Quot be the Siil Perlinn employ inc Quot coast blockade Quot a or Quot blockade of the si-l.cldl--.r occupation of Antwerp by English troops or ii cupa Linof the Fons and Strong places by prussian soldiers Why France is even Cousant Lothal am revolution is be resp cited but that whip h has placed the youngest instead of the eldest Branch of the House of Bourbon on the throne. 3d, France is not interfere in the que lion of Poland. In is lobe contended thai Poland is too far that the polish revolution is a violation of the tread is of Isis that he poles Are few and the russians numerous Thill the polish revolution is extra Agail in its demands and Hal it would be an inter meddling on the part of France should she take any interest in the Liberty of a a people living far off from the fron . Perhaps indeed the government May protest against the inva Sio i and protest against the extermination of the poles bul i the emperor shakes his head and says Quot what signifies a French protein. And the next time we shall not be made dupes. The people trusted in August now their eyes Are opened and Ibey fed themselves naked. Never mind. not despair. The cause is not yet Liberty is of too great a value be easily Quot Laii cd hut though purchased dearly we ill eventually possess it. Your obedient servant 0. P. Q. Political. From the Richmond enquirer. Interesting. D announce this morning the interest ing fact Hal or. Van Bure has resign cd the offic Ofscar Clary of slate. 7 he correspondence Litween himself and the president is extracted from the Globe. The great Public considerations by which led Are hero set last sentiment of Bis hear a the last motive of his eos idul is dissatisfaction Wilh the president unwillingness serve in Hii administration on the contrary he re tires with the deepest attachment the Man and the warmest wishes for Tho sue Cess and glory Ofhie administration. We have hesitation in expressing of unqualified admiration of this last act of Martin Van Kiiren. The Opp Osilio trill still continue vilify him but Thi defamation of their presses is the Hichsel compliment they can pay will misrepresent his motives or. Van Buren expects it and those who approve his conduct not deprecate such censure a but we should despise ourselves we should want that sense of Justice which ii due 10 every Man much less a memorable act 10 uis , if we did not stole in the must evil ii it Lern our respect for the conduct which he has adopted we Sav it Fia ulv Liat weeks ago his re signal. N off fit was one of event which had themselves oui own i Iii. Could we have ventured b approach him on delicate an occasion we would have advised and even urtice i upon he himself comes a Quot or by electioneering a it is Dolhy intrigue Liat us Cluj a High office As the presidency of the United Stales ought be won. repeal it for he thousandth Lime Tho of belongs the people and they will give it whom they please. When they want chief magistrate they will Call h in whether it be Cincinnatus at Iho plough Henry clan mending his fences. We Trust also in another thing that All the jealousies which have been lately sown among the friends of the adm Nistra May now be removed that one great e of suspicion being now dried up they May rally together rally round general Jackson promote his re Olec lion and bring Back the government then at principles on which it ought be oui duty this in interest these the watch Otis of the Republican parly. While discord Ceas let us stand by Tho Constitution. The Reader will peruse Tho following correspondence Wilh the deepest interest. The reply of Gen. Jackson is admirably riot end in the style and in the spirit of Wefler son himself. What considerations press a on every politician Tho Secretary of a major Eaton Tho president s bosom Friend first withdrew and we commend him from the Bottom of our hearts for this generous Devotion of his own Feci Ings and Uil rests the Public this was the first . The Secretary of site came next the secretaries of the Treasury and the Navy followed in rapid succession and in Gen orifice of their situations my of a whole Cabinet is a ident in our annals. Sometimes stary has been driven out by the t voice of the tired in Ler the frown of the pres a sometimes he has lie come sick of Ardo Fhi airy. Ivov fran f the All Ai italic Tegyo Quot and if he refi n throws in behind the fire 5 Lake further notice id Poland is he reduced Section. 4lh, France is allow put Down by Force of arms the she is actually doing already the italians Are be Quot chastised Quot by Austria whilst the poles Are be butchered by Russia and when these people Are All crushed in Case of any attempt on Tho part of the then old established governments of Europe alack the French revolution of 1830, wily then France is be called on defend herself having allies either of sovereigns or of a a the wide world assist her 1 will Mark this. France As she is a nosed has ally but England and England will remain Neutral. The Kings of Europe May for a few months effect civility the new order of things in this country but they cannot the allies of revolutionised France. Supply this deficiency Quot the people Quot offer their alliances and Spain Poland Belgium and Lily All offer the Best of but the foreign policy of the Casimir Perier ministry is reject Iho a Ianco of the people and throw revolutionised France upon tie Quot tender mercies Quot of a band of crowned despots. Of Spain Portugal and Germany it is unnecessary speak. The same system is be observed Wilh reference All the world and Thiol called acting up Tho spirit and principle of Tho revolution of july 1830. A but will Franco allow this she and now you May sure that the revolution terminated. Of fyn Domestic policy of the ministry. I Lingo Jirol Timo speak. It consists in parliamentary divisions Laws against Balind acts of pression against the Presto alas alas Accord make such a offering upon the altar should despise ourselves that the Honor him for in a those who have refused Toulkt him those who have scorned yield Hiir up As a sacrifice the jealousies of mistaken enthusiasts or the artifice of his opponents need not Phish nov hav it been his indicators in the fiery storm who voluntarily retire has a right expect com not it Public gratitude for Liia ser s self a the retired Heb Iblis Slation and Awn the shades of Rivale life. But e Case of a whole Cabinet Vola Clarily firing without Public Clamour or exe live compulsion is a i e sur prize and Emilio plated produce Thi it presses upon our ill be thei Fiat ship w. W and remarks ire overed from Wiit hit is Cal Greal quest a upon our attn Ion who in lessors Whise guar a milled hip great of a party when Many other men Are seek of Loco when it hits also Ley become Ort of disease upon ibis Ted la evil be recorded Hal Marlin Van Bui Las resigned the hit Hest within Tho Latr Onago of the president of the United retires from on office which he graced. He retires from an office. Quot h has been held up As Quot a Safe pre Dent Quot and As a stepping Stone the Hish Lalion in the world. He gives up All Tho patronage and All he authority whirl elevated situation has put within i resigns All the influence which i As supposed wild All the trails of that Large Confidence which the president of the United slates tvs reposing in him. He gives up Tver the Means which he has been suspected by his censorious enemies or jealous friends for using fir his own advancement he retires from in ally the walks of private life. He retires from one of Tho Moat Brilliant careers of diplomacy which a Secretary of stale has run a Wilh one exe edition Only which has divided the opinions of his countrymen and upon High we think him in As regards the great lines of the constitutions but even that one of the most splendid strokes of diplomacy in its foreign aspects which could have been struck. Her Elires after having secured compensation from Denmark opened the West India Trade unsealed the ports of Turkey our enterprising marines paved the Way for an honorable and unexpected indemnification from France and left All our relations respect cd and harmonious abroad. Lett islam Burges abuse Marlin Van Buren if he pleases let illiberal opponents sneer at him but now that he has retired from Power in is believed that the voice of an impartial country Mav him Justice. We a Hope and believe that this withdrawing under the Circum glances in which he was placed that this bold decision of character this generous attempt restore Harmony our councils bring Hack the administration some of the friends which our discords have alienated or cooled will have the Good effects which were intended. Let us be done with this miserable Slang about Quot Van Buren and his editors Quot a let All illiberal jealousies and suspicions banished from the bosom of republicans now repeat for the last Lime most solemnly Hal in All the Intercourse the have had with this Man we have never heard lira directly or indirectly by insinuation word or whisper make the slightest allusion the presidency not one a a Ridging of what has been said of others by what Luniow of ourselves Are satisfied great injustice has been done him.�? Hope now he �3 going private life that All such Burdi Liea May 1� consigned Tho Quot vile dust from Wimch they sprung Quot a it 13 not files of stale and the deep inheres is of 0 lie loved country f we i k the results with intense Trust Hel resident will take time for the most deliberate choices that be. Will select the i Hurst talents and the in Cit Vii Lites. He can Vira Nianda that he wih not he it Neil. As we said the other Day by the Mere con.iiiiicrfliioft.s of this or of that a a but that he will apply the three great tests his friends Quot is he honest a a is be Annable ? is faithful Tho con Stinitis Quot that he will draw around him a mass 1 a Quot Talens that will command the conf Fence of he nation a and put Down All the sneers and arts of he opposition hat he will bring around him a set of , Wilh much Coli Fidenco in each other Aslo produce a harmonious opera ii Quot a in the Public affix ii Hal he will re organize a Cabinet obtain the Conlen rated lights f United councils and Ler Quot the government upon the loftiest principles of the Public Goodjine great regards of Public not the Petty artifices of sectional interests and Lite prescribed specified and United Powers of a Federal Constitution. Give us these and though every body cannot pleased Wilh a ii the men Quot and All the measures of the administration give us Talent integrity Harmony in the Cal i net and a faithful regard the bees Fig of the Constitution and we shall be satisfied. The door is Novin pc the presi. Dent All cloths upon his movements Are May he satisfy his count re and consult the glory of his adm Nistl Tiona our Best wis Tes arc Vilh him coi Iel has been indict a in London. The charge on which the indictment was predicated is alleged have Arisen from an address which made English which appeared Ina . Of he weekly sen. The robbery in the cily Bank at now York has been lately ascertained be More extensive than was at first supposed. On wednesday morning last a Young Man named Aikin made oath before his Honor the recorder that he deposited one Hundred and forty doubloons in the now York City Bank for Safe keeping on the 28th february Hal he has been absent from the City since and resumed Only on tuesday w Hen on application the Bank he Learned that Tho Money is not nil. Gazette. Several medical etude la have Bezenar rested at Greenfield mass. On a charge of having robbed Tho Graves of several respectable females Pir purposes of dissection Groat exciter enl is said prevail in this place on Tho suljcct.�?. Sen. Poi ook one of the associate judges of this county nut an end his worldly existence on Tednes Day oblast w6eu,by a Rifle Ball. The fatal acid Thielan choler act was Comini led in Hia own room in Tho absence Othis family Tho Ball entered by. Hind the left car and lodged above his a right eve. The judo had been in a Loy state of he Alt for some Mont Lis Nail Ohio sva

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