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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - July 29, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana I i a of it to ii / vol. , saturday july 29, i837. No. 790. A jul laced 13y Doug l a is a Noeh. Ter.vis.�?50 per Amu ii in Advance for 52 numbers�?$3 of at c months�?$3 50 at tie end of the volume. No paper vill be discontinued unless at the option o the publishers until arrearage Are paid. space occupied by 250 Ems shall to counted a Square nothing counted less than a Square All Over a Square and less than a Square and a half shall be counted a Square and a half. One Dollar per Square shall be charged for the first three or any less number of insertions and Twenty live cents for each additional published by the Quarter or longer be charged per Square for three months $6 for six months or �10 tier annul. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15 50 for three squares 20 for a Quarter of a column of 1000 Ems $25 for a half of a column $35 for three fourths of a column $50 for a column $60 per annul. A deduct Jon of 20 per cent will be made on advertisements longer than a Quarter of a column when inserted by the half year or year and not altered. All advertisements authorized by statute must be paid for invariably in Advance. Advertisements coining from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. The postage must in paid on All letters to the publishers or they will not be taken out of the Post office. Horig s vegetable ague syrup Jin infallible remedy for fever and a ague. The incr so l a Emiuel f t i article has i induced la Elo enter More exclusively int its preparation and having made it Rrana Emerit with Irvin Reed by which the distribution of it will be better attended to Rall orders Addris Eil to or myself will be Des patched with Proiti pities. The fono Witiw communications May he some evidence of its Utility where it is not otherwise in own but a m re satisfactory recommend Ilion can be had by giving it atrial. My object is not to a if it up for Sale Only but to relieve Llie Suffy Jiu and since the a a Bove named =c prevails in our country Toa considerable extent and in Many places where medical Ai cannot be conveniently obtained i am confident in offering this preparation As a so Crri it. Re Midi Liat Noi of my medical Brethren will condemn it without goo d cause. Extract Ofa letter dated Quincy hi., aug. 1836. Or. S. Nixon sir having sold the ague syrup left with us by your agent and Frim Trio Success which attended it we Are indu de t apply for in re Hopin you will Send us a Quantity on such t pm As to afford a a profit i have Spil in my practice various Peru Dies for Trio fever and ague but found not be Soey tco Tual to eradicate it As that prep i red by you and from my own observation have come to the conclusion that it is a com Poun i found by your experience destitute of All Tho c deleterious which in dispose the system to a return of the disease coi Sequen by feel an Assurance in its administration s Doai Euteria ined in regard to the generality of ague Emeilie by scientific men. Please Forward As soon As possible several dozen of the article to the care of messes. Will amp co., Saint Louis also state what \ ii will take for the receipt. Yours i c. A Wells amp co. Strawtown ind. Auf Fust 2d, 1836. Or. S. Nixon a please Send me a lot of your Virue by Tup by the to bearer As i have sold out All which 1 had and i find there is a great demand for More. We has e other fur the same complaint in the neigh Borhi of but none other than Quot Nixon a Quot will take. Don t fail to Send plenty of it yours respectfully j. L. Ussry. Forsake by Mother head Dawson amp co., Indiana. Indianapolis april 2 2, 1836. 776 a h r. Amp v. Hats a ave us received a 111 w Anil Large assortment of medical books comprising in part the following Wood amp Bache di.�p8nsa Horner s special Anatomy tory Gregory s practice Dunglinson s human Phi Hooper s medical diction geology Ary Deweese ii females Bell on the Teeth Quot children quo Quot nerves \ a midwifery Smith s arteries a practice of me Rush on the mind Dicine Combe on phrenology Wistar s Anatomy Dublin dissector Ibson s surgery diseases of the Chest by Eberle s therapeutics Gerhard Quot practice Boisseau on fever Quot on children Hitchcock s lectures. Also a number of historical biographical and miscellaneous works All of which can be had at Cincinnati prices Carriage included. June 3. Swaim s Panacea. Boxes so aim s Panacea just received and for Sale by june 17j we. Lindsay amp co. Drinking song. By mrs. Sigourney. Drink friends drink deep the noon is High drink and forget your care the sultry summer suns Are night drink and your strength repair the Deer that from the Hunter flies the Warrior red with Slaughter the Camel Neath the burning skies quaff deep the Chrystal water our father Sun the example gives our Mother Earth also he Jocund drinks above the Clouds she blushing drinks below pledge High pledge Long the friends you love to absent wife and daughter. Or Blooming maid who rules your heart drink deep but Only Iva ter. There is Good pleasantry enough in the following paragraphs from the Boston daily courier notes on newspapers. Quot a remedy for bad t buy Salmon at a Dollar a Pound when you can get halibut for three . Let us see the Dollar a Pound Salmon eaters Are exactly thirteen in number and they consume 18 pounds per season on an average which costs this poor country $234. After this who will wonder that one Man at new York has failed for six millions and another at new Orleans for twelve another remedy a Wear your old coals Don t eat roast beef turkeys or cake drink no wine discard butter and asparagus &c.�?c/2no-Tker Pajkrt. Quot go to see. The Kelleys to night. Mrs. Gibb s concert costs Only a Dollar and it is Well Worth the Money. Don t forget manager strut s performance at tie lion Worth the patronage of a Liberal Public amp a. &c."�?sam,e paper. Excellent a Quot both in a tale fore Gad Quot As do Berry says. What stupendous Wise acres these newspaper gentlemen Are they will save us All by the help of old Coats and starvation Quot five shillings to one on it neighbor starve the Butcher starve the Baker starve the tailor starve the shopkeeper starve the Farmer and then we shall All flourish a especially if we pay our Money to see a fellow make faces or jump Over a trap stick. Remedies no raisins use no sugar live on Brown paper. Raisins Are three and a half cents a Pound sugar sixpence Rye and Indian meal considerably above a Dollar a Bushel. Which Are cheapest another Steamboat Blom n up Why can Steamboat folks be More careful Quot Oil i grand Mother s journal. The spirit of inquiry Quot says Paul pry Quot is the grand characteristic of the age in which we can t they indeed. Quot aha Quot quoth or. Johnson Quot Why is a cat s Tail Long Why Are a cow s horns crooked there is no end of your Middle aged gentleman was run Over yesterday afternoon by a Carriage while crossing the Street. People should be careful not to Cross streets when they see carriages coming a id. That a proportionate magnetic intensity cannot be Given to machines of very Large dimensions. We forgot to mention that the maximum Speed of the machine is attained in about 15 seconds. Somebody complaint of our correspondent that this country is becoming the botany Bay of the old world is but too Well grounded in new York express says that the United states will soon have another agreeable acquisition in a Clergyman of the name of Del Collonge who lately made escape from the Bagne or galleys of Brest with a physician Chain companion and embarked for America. This monster after abusing a Young woman murdered and quartered her but being in holy orders cloth saved from the Guillotine. Cannot or. Van Buren give an Indian Agency or a Post office commission we do not doubt that he would be quite As useful an instrument As the Rev. Or. Schermerhorn or the Rev. O. B. Atlas. By went so far Back As the Days of the revolution pots they make a terrible outcry As if their Pri thank you old lady. Wisdom truly cries out in the streets now a Days and nobody regards her. After this if the people will run before carriages it must be at their own risk my grand Mother washes her hands clean of the consequences. But the Quantity of shrewd advice that is every Day wasted upon out door folks is truly astonishing. A a the can equal the abyss of wretchedness distress embarrassment poverty destitution suffering horror and despair into which the whole nation is now . Y. Paper. Great disappointment is Felt at the non Arri Val of Paganini but he is confidently expected in the next paper. Thank heaven then we have one great Solace or. Abraham Vicker s rheumatic embrocation applied morning and night has cured hundreds. It gives Relief in the swelling of the glands of the Throat and relieves the numbness and contractions of the limbs and will take swellings Down and inflammations out of the flesh rheumatism bruises and sprains. It i j ii a i a in i gives immediate e Relief it strengthens weak limbs and Der the Appal Hng Calam to we shall Loose our extends the cords when contracted. It is also an in fortunes but Gam a Haier fallible cure for the following diseases in horses Viz poll evil fistula Swaney fears sprains old or re j electro magnetism cent sores of every description. By mixing from one i i / or \ a r no third to one half a bottle in milk and molasses and from the Salem mass Register june 29. Drenching the horse with if will give immediate Relief a called on tuesday to witness the results in cases of Colic or bolts. To cure poll evil a bottle a. Of , must be used at four applications four Days Between a. Charles g. Page s investigations with re Days each application. For , a bottle must be put on at two applications one week Between. If applied in the first stages of disease one bottle will generally effect a cure. Recommendations. Waken Penn. Oct. 1823, to whom it May concerns i certify that for some years past i have been afflicted Ference to the application of electro magnetism As a moving Power. He has a variety of models illustrating vibratory oscillating reciprocating and rotary movements by changing the poles of a Voltaic Magnet. The rotary motion is that used As a source of Power. We have watched with some apprehension experiments upon this with rheumatism and Lumbago and having used Ma-1 subject but having seen one of engines in by kinds of Medicine without effect at last 1 a Quot cons a convinced that the application de one bottle of Vicker s celebrated embrocation and r. Pc to by it was enabled to go about my House in one week s of this Power is beyond a question. Or Page time without the least pain. I therefore feel it a duty says that the Patent secured for Devenport s a i owe the suffering to make known the benefits i have Chine cannot interfere with As he commen derived from the use of that ced researches along time since and produced _ models some time prior to Davenport s Appu Wishington City d. C., nov. 1836. Ca a a a Patent. He has moreover conduct this May certify that i have used scale de experiments entirely Independent of any suggestions and the whole construction of machine differs entirely from Devenport s. The Small machine which was shown to us presented literally a stupendous operation apparently at perfect rest from its inconceivable velocity it pro Natchez miss May 12, 18 13. I diced a hum which was almost deafening. He a this isto crr been of flicked with euro a a hitherto been unable to procure in models of Ilie of a of exceeding six Hua rated embrocation and have found it the Best remedy 1 have Ever made ase of for sprains or bruises and also for Colic and Bottwin horses. John Anderson. Livery stable keeper bottles Vrbich performed a perfect cure Gustavus Billerica. It a sold wholesale and retail by Motzku Slead Dawson amp co. Indiana ohs april 29, 1837. 777 botanic Medicine. Lately received a fresh Supply of the celebs cited dred per minute but he lately has made a very important discovery which being applied to the Model we saw has run ii a Speed from six Hundred up to the astonishing rate of six thousand in a minute. If this be True which we cannot doubt from it almost appalling velocity the magnetic poles changing twice in every revolution. The american Jack Cade. The following letter was sent by or. Amos Kendall to the tories of the first District in Pennsylvania in reply to an invitation from them to join in their Celebration of the fourth of july Washington july 1, 1837. Gentlemen i have received your flattering invitation to dinner on the 4th inst with the democracy of the first and second congressional districts of Pennsylvania. Public and private duties unite in forbidding an acceptance of your invitation. It is a glorious Day but the Joys of its Advent Are dashed a Little by the relation in which we Are now placed by the acts of our own citizens to the kingdom from which we were then severed. A paltry tax on Tea broke the political Bond but now every Man woman and child in this vast Republic is taxed in lands bread and labor to pay off the debts of Banks brokers and merchants to that proud Isle. Our Money is reduced to rags every Day becoming More worthless that a few May maintain their credit abroad by shipping our Silver and Gold having forced it out of its legitimate use As a currency by dearer dating its paper associate from ten to forty per cent almost at a blow. Who shall calculate the vast tax thus exacted from our own people and where shall they look for deliverance from this degrading Thra Dom if freemen do not think of a remedy on the 4th of july it will never be devised i shall look wit ii intense interest interest at the proceedings on that Day in Phil Idelphia and elsewhere for those bursts of patriotism those suggestions of Wisdom and those evidences of firm resolve which will conduct us to another Era of Independence not of a foreign kingdom Only but of Liose principalities and Powers at Home which looking with contempt upon the mass of the people Are Ever ready to degrade and oppress their own country to preserve their Faith in foreign alliances with similar Powers. In haste your Friend and fellow citizen Amos Kendall. To John Thompson Esq. And others. Comm. What High minded american does not Blush for country when he sees such sentiments As Are contained in this infamous letter avowed by the postmaster general of the United states a the morality is that of a swindler and the statements Are those of a branded falsified. Now that the general bankruptcy predicted by the whig senators As the necessary consequence of the pernicious measures of the administration has come upon us Kendall and fellow scallions Are Labouring to shift the responsibility from themselves upon the merchants. We cannot believe that the people Are so besotted As to be deceived to any extent by this wretched chicanery this audacious recrimination. The suspension of specie payments can be As logically deduced from the Wanton assaults of the government upon our currency As any. Problem in Euclid from a foregoing axiom Kendall Speaks As if he would have our merchants swindle England out of her just dues because she is a proud Isle were she an abject quack Ridden country like our own groaning beneath the United despotism of fools and knaves charlatans and imbeciles our modern Jack Cade might find it in heart to be More merciful. Quot our Money has reduced to by whose Agency reduced whose action was the cause of the sudden an j inordinate expansion of our paper currency and of the withdrawal of specie by an arbitrary ipsa Dixit from the Atlantic states to the land agencies of the Western wilderness by whom have the people been crushed insulted misrepresented and plundered under the delusive Experiment of a better currency let Kendall and subsidized Myrmidon escape if they can from the retribution which these acts must inevitably bring Down upon their instigators. We cannot find adequate terms to express our unqualified contempt for the Man who in capacity of a High Public officer in utter violation of All the conventional decency is which the agents of one government should maintain towards the people of another would give utterance to the recorded sentiments avowed by our postmaster general. The Plain English of miserable Slang is a complaint against our merchants for wishing to maintain their foreign credit and pay off their debts to the Quot proud Isle he would disgrace them entirely abroad As Well As hamper and prostrate them at Home and he is actuated by the malevolence of a disappointed fiend when he finds himself thwarted in amiable design. With a that respect for the government must this letter from Araos Kendall inspire the intelligent and honorable merchants of the Quot proud Isle Quot proud it May Well be so Long As it does not hold within the whole of its sea Girt Borders such a spotted miscreant As is permitted to insult the intelligence and virtue of our country from one of its loftiest official stations a Boston Atlas. To find among the number one Whoso character it might Blacken Robert Morris the financier of the revolution one of the brightest names in the annals of patriotism was thus dragged from an honoured grave to be defiled by a prostituted Cabal Liis attack even from such a source produced excitement in this City where the lofty Devotion to country and splendid services of Robert Morris Are imperishable fixed in the memory affections of the descendants of those who shared toils anxieties and perils in the great contest that confirmed our National Independence. We already met and repelled this attack. But Robert Morris was not alone among the merchants of Philadelphia friends and neighbors in eth client and disinterested activity in our struggle for Freedom. To show that at a very critical period of our revolutionary War the assistance they rendered in conjunction with and other citizens of this place saved the army and the country we sub join the following statement which is known to old newspaper readers. As the merchants of Philadelphia were then so Are they now urgent and efficient patriots. The names in the anus cd extract Are principally those of merchants Many of whose descendants Are eminent citizens Here pursuing the calling of their fathers and consequently coming in connection Avith them under the ban of the government through its Organ. This statement forms at once a decisive refutation of the slanders heaped upon this class of the Community. It is a proud Page in our National history one most Gratifying to the citizens of Philadelphia and especially to those who inherit the of those worthies Quot at a very critical period of the revolutionary War when there was great difficulty in procuring supplies for the american army and when there was a Dinger of its dissolution for want of provisions to keep it together a number of patriotic gentlemen gave their Bonds to the amount of about ��200,000 Sterling in Gold and Silver for procuring them. The pro visions were procured the army supplied and kept together and As a consequence of this act of patriotism our Independence Ivas achieved. In order that tie names of these Choice spirits May not be forgotten we select the present in our opinion appropriate oct asian to hand them Down to this generation. Let their memories be cherished in the fondest Robert Morris x 10,000 Abri. Put Nickloy b. Mccule Niia Robert Bass Han 10,000 Owen Biddle a Bunnjr amp co. 0,000 John Givison Tench Francis James Wilson we. Bingham Richard Peclers Saml. A Meredith James Mease trios. Barclay Isamli. M ?. Hobt. L. Hooper Hugh Sli Iehl Philip Moore Matthew Irwin Thomas Irwin Tohn Benozet Henry Hill John Morgan trios. Willing Samuel Powell John Nixon Robert Bridges John Dunlap Michael a lilies to we. Co Ting Emanuel Eyre James Bodden John Mease Joseph Carson Thomas Leiper Kean a i Nichols Sameel Morris Isaac Moses 5,500 John Gibson 5,000 Charlcie Petil 5,000 John Mitchell 5,000 Robert Knox 5,000 John Bullock 5,000 Joseph Reed 5,000 Francis Gurney 5,000 ceo. Campbell 5.000 John Wharton 5,000 Benjamin Rush 5,000 Thos. Lawrence 5,000 Jos. Bleivert 5,000 William Hall 5,000 John Palton 5,000 Benj. Fuller 5,000 Meade amp Fitzsim-5,000 Mons 5,000 Andrew Hodge 5,000 Henry Keppel 5,000 pc Hassencle-4,000 ver 4,000 Isaac Iniel Lier 4,000 John Shaffer 4,000 Alexander Todd 4,000 John Purviance 4,000 John Wilcocks $2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 Samuel Inglis Jona Penrose Nath Falkner James Caldwell Ger is Clarkson 4,000 4,000 4,000 3,000 3,000 Chas. Thompson 3,000 John Shee John Pringle 3,000 Samuel Caldwell Samuel Miles 3,000 Samuel Penrose cad. Morrris 2,500 we. Turnbull mat. Clarkson 2,500 b. Davis or. Thomas Mckean 2,000 Sharp Delany John Donaldson 2,000 Andrew Doz John Steinmetz 2,000 Peter Whitesides 2,000 2, 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 2,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Vilegas were invaded because other people choose to vindicate their rights the Leader of the canadians is Papineau a Man who has been abused without stint or measure by the Canadian toy press but who is notwithstanding a Man of education Fortune and acknowledged talents and whose patriotism is Only doubted by Liose who Are hostile to popular rights and who look upon All attempts to vindicate the liberties of an oppressed people As proofs of turbulence and bad principles. It is by editors of this description in Canada the uni Teil states and great Britain int Papineau a decried. The population of lower Canada at this time is probably about equal to that of Massachusetts the Jower canadians have a Strong parly of friends in upper Canada though at this moment by dint of bribery and other similar Means the tories have succeeded in obtaining a Small majority in the colonial legislature the tories have attempted to stir up a National antipathy and have preached the doctrine that the canadians Are not fit for Freedom because they Are of French is that same illiberal wretched contemptible doctrine of an Glo Saxon ism which some people in this country have attempted to preach with reference to our mexican neighbors a doctrine fit enough for the prejudice and ignorance of a clan of wandering barbarians but totally unworthy of an intelligent and civilized Community a Boston Atlas. From the Baltimore chronicle. A gentleman said to us yesterday Quot i have just arrived from new Orleans in sixteen Days by the Way of the Ohio River you complain Here of the curse inflicted on the country by the Quot Experiment Quot and yet your Sufie ing is not one tithe of that of the people in the southwestern states. Every mile from the Point at which the paper of the local Banks is issued the discount increases until the paper becomes useless. 1 had to pay for u. A Bank notes at new Orleans ten per cent and was glad to gel Ihm at that a Bill of Exchange can be purchased at no Price 1 made application to the Banks for a draft on the East the answer was uniformly Quot we have none to sell Quot Gold Antl Silver has disappeared almost entirely. The Mississippi is almost literally covered with Quot Hickory leaves Quot As the Hardy batsmen Call the Small notes and if you do not make haste to expend them at the town where they Are issued you will soon find them Worth less than so much Blank paper. The distress among the planters of the Southwest can hardly be exaggerated was shown by a merchant at new Orleans let ters from Quot planters in Mississippi begging an and Vance of a few dollars to keep themselves and their hands from starving. The Appeal in these cases was often made in vain for Many of the my chants appealed to had hardly the Means of keeping their own families from want. I have known a Plantation Worth thousands to be sold to pay a few dollars and it hardly brought Money enough to pay it. I have known planters who were forced to sell hand after hand to obtain food for the rest and during my Short so join a i the South i have seen this continued so Long that a Plantation with a Hundred hands has lost mor than one half. Parched Corn is the Only food of thousands in Mississippi. I look Forward to be sure for a change. A famine cannot Long prevail in the country for which nature has done so much. Their crop of Cotton and sugar Promise an abundant yield and these will Supply them with Money to Purchase food. They have also partaken too largely of the evils of tempering with the currency Lor them to favor any More they know too that under a Wise and botanic , the midwife s practical just change at the enormous rate of twelve thou directory or woman s confidential Friend comprising j minute. This Model though extreme a to Tensive remarks on the a a u 6 of disease preceding attending and following the Pely imperfect having been made by own Rod of gestation with an appendix the whole design hands in the opinion of an eminent machinist cd for the special use of the botanic friends in the a of this City will carry a common sized lathe nit id states by Thomas Horsey practising physician a a a a a a a id has prevented or. Page me prs def of the Experiment As he wishes general correspondence to the Friendly Thorn. Bot j but we Hope some Liberal Patron will soon be society of the United states second edition enlarged found to take an interest with and we Strong Quot Quot .,1"�� of f by desire to see the full value of the invention first 8treet,Union Al Rwy a a and improved with numerous engravings a. Pope botanic physician Washington i Tow. Two doors East of the Post office. Nov. 26thj 1836. Realized in our own City. Or. Page assures us 49-tf.lthat he has entirely surmounted the objection from the National Gazette. Philadelphia merchants during the revolution. The abusive and vulgar spirit displayed by the Organ of the general government against the merchants impugning their Honor honesty and patriotism and accusing them of being league i Ith foreigners age inst the Prosperity and Independence of their country has often been rebuked by the whig press but is nevertheless still manifested with Ori Ginal virulence and even Supe added rancor. Not Content with defaming the Metchin into of the present Day that print late Benj. Randolph 2,000 Andrew Robinson 1,000 Canadian Canada which for the first half Century and upwards after it fell under the British Dominion was one of the most silent and quiet of All possible colonies of late years has aroused itself from the lethargy in which it seemed sunk and has displayed not a Little political activity. The state of the cast at present is shortly this. The great bulk of the people of lower Canada Are of French descent a very Small proportion of the people Are of British origin. This Small proportion of the people however have till lately engrossed the whole political control of the province. The legislature of the province is composed of a House of Assembly elected by the people and a Council or upper House appointed b the Crown. This Council is composed entirely or almost entirely of English Horn citizens or citizens of English descent lis politics arc and have been a Dora tory. The Council has uniformly opposed All reforms and All improvements in the colonial Laws and administration and these Laws and this administration being founded upon the old French system stand in great need of improvement in several very important particulars. The canadians have therefore gone for Sarlitt Centary Reform. They have demanded that the Council instead of being appointed by the Crown should be made elective. Phis reasonable request is peremptorily refused by the Bri Tish ministry. The House of Assembly having no other Means to enforce it have voted to Stop the supplies and the British ministry have sent out orders to their government to collect the taxes nov withstanding they Are not voted by the provincial Assembly. It was this very Janiie despotic attempt in the part of British ministry that gave Rise to the american revolution. Pin of o Hiir Hlor pvt pal o ministration of the Laws a general bankruptcy and ruin would not have ensued. They believe the men now in Power have abused their Trust and they go for putting others in their places. They hesitate not to declare their change of sentiment on these subjects and giving Way to the warm feelings of the South they Are not Over Choice in words of their denunciation. You must pass through this country to realize the deep feeling excited against the administration a the advocates of Gen. Jackson in the South Are now As scarce As abolitionist Are in Vicksburg and during my voyage from new Orleans i met but two men who Tad tie Hardihood to declare themselves in favor of tie and i Learned on inquiry that these were office the gentleman who made to us the above statement was once himself an advocate for Gen. Jackson and Only and denounced when he Laid violent hands on the Public purse. When that act was done we recollect the emphatic language he used Quot it will ruin the country i should not complain if it interfered Only with my own interests but i will not join in a crusade a Grinst the Prosperity of my when he stated to us the result of observations in the Smiith we reminded of what he said when the deposits were re moved he replied Quot yes what i though has come to pass the country is ruined but the Day of reckoning is coming let the spoilers beware Quot Texas. The Massillon Gazette whose editor or. Allen has been an Pilicer in Texas and is no doubt qualified to speak understandingly of that Young Republic has the following paragraph amongst the thousand Mann allured items of intelligence Purpi it ring to come from Texas a few and but a few May be relied upon. The army has been disbanded until september by order of the president it was Wise in the president to give such an order for the army would have soon disbanded itself without waiting for the Sanction of the government. The texan Congress adjourned about the beginning of june without doing any thing extraordinary Sam Houston has become sex trently unpopular with every body and Speed downfall is expected with certainty. The dist Aniz Atlon of the army will create a Beautiful seen i have in the settled parts of the country. The of a mers and planters will have a sorry time of it a mexican invasion could not to much worse All government and Law in Texas May now be considered virtually at an end. The canadians Are highly excited at this Inao Lent Iri Vasion of their chartered rights and they Are resolved to resist it at All hazards. Mean while the Little knot of British to riffs who have always looked upon the canadians As their slaves and subjects Are not a Little excited at the Resi Luzion they exhibit to vindicate the rights of i men and according to the usual Custini of .4efii> the a big the fifty thru a l ankh to Ken Placo in Pai Quot Quot Jano Jamar tih. Luat reign news ies Are stated to have tag the month of May. In failures in february 38, 0�?total since the last of comprehending the occurred without the in urals of Justice. The House of Wilson amp co., of Loi Nidoh has made an assignment of their effects in the United states for the Benefit of All their creditors. Iri noticing this event the new York enquirer in authorized by the friends of the House Here to assure those interested that the Liverpool House will continue to meet its engagements. The London Globe says messes. Wilson amp co. And Wiggins amp co. Will soon pay All their engagements As they a Erich and have Confidence in their american debtors. The number of London houses entangled in securities upon the american houses failed Quot is about 140, and the i heaviest payments a Ere Fot june 20. At Hamburg three heavy houses have gone by the Board for an immense amount. The Oxford brought a report that a House had gone by the Board in Paris for fifteen million Quot francs. It is confirmed but no name mentioned. Measures had been taken to provide for the drafts drawn by the Banks in Canada on the am fir ican houses. Smith Payne amp Smith intervene for the Montreal Banks the Bank of British North America for the Bank of the City of Montreal Glynn Mills Halifax amp co. For the Bank of upper Canada and the London joint Stock Banu for the commercial Bank of Maryland. The latest great american houses which fax Ltd Quot in London Are messes. Bell amp Grant and messes Gowan amp Marx. J he former of these is said to be far More important to English interests than the downfall of All the othes As that House stood at the head of the Home Trade. The London times of the 3d june states the engagements of the three banking houses of Wildes Wilson and Wiggins at ten millions Sterling. The heaviest losses Are on their Secu ivies to the Banks which Are in sums of a Rory 5,000/, to 20,000/�?total, one million three Hundred thousand pounds Sterling. Wigeon a failure is the , and involves Canada with to to Banks of which he had extensive dealings. This House also had Large transactions with India and China and recently accepted Large drafts from Canton. It had besides the Agency for the Bra Zilian and danish Dividen its commercial indebtedness distinct from that of the Bank trans Quot actions is said to be very considerable. The Quot House of Wiggins As Well As that of Wilde also did business extensively with America. As the Bank Hud Tho House of Wilde under its superintendence great dissatisfaction is expressed to a a they did not keep it up and one of the most notably concerned persons in the Bank threatened to resign. The journal Des debt is of the 6th of june thus notices the above failures Quot the Commer Cial crisis As we predicted is becoming More aggravated in England. Tie transactions of eng land with tie United states were carried Ojo through the Agency of live extensive banking houses which have been embarrassed More or less by the deplorable situation of their correspondents in the United states. Three of these houses were deeply involved. The Bank of England has assisted them at different times during some Mon lis Back being however guarantied. In consequence of remittances not arriving from the United states these three houses found themselves again obliged to ask assistance from the Bank of England and this last time they endeavoured to obtain it without a guaranty to the Bank or by Only partly Guara tying it. After if Long and Stormy Ilis Cussion the Bank of England refused it by a majority of thirteen to eleven. La consequence of this the three houses of Thomas Wilson amp co. T. Wiggins amp co and g. co. Have stopped payment. Their of a Llu a fes must necessarily cause that of others. This is a serious occurrence for the entire Commerce of England Quot Quot the prospects of Trade in Paisley Are represented As being involved in still deeper gloom. The Numier unemployed amounted to 1570, and was on the increase. The total number suffering severe privations exceeded fifteen thousand. A late number of the Leeds times says Quot matters seem to be coming to a crisis. We believe we do not exaggerate in saying that there never before were so Many operatives Idle in this country and every week adds to the an important debate took place in the House of commons on the 2d of june. Sir g. Sinclair was surprised that no Day had been fixed for the discussion of the budget. Every Day Large failures were taking place and houses of uni i a Ted credit were compelled to suspend merchants whose warehouses were filled with merchandise were unable to sell it to Riivet their engagements. He called upon the House not to allow the discontent to increase a not to remain inactive under such serious and to Reluse to Succour the workmen dying with hunger lie expressed firm belief that the country was on the verge of bankruptcy and argued that if something was not done to protect the manufacturing interests there would be a re Volution. Notes of one Pound Sterling should Bej issued and other measures adopted without delay or the country would sink. Lord John Russel did not think the present Kiili cuties to be compared with those of 1826. He was against spreading alarm. Al. T. Atwood said the indifference of parliament was like Nero fiddling while Rome was Huri Rinir. To thought the distress would soon o Cut sweep Down also the agricultural classes. A v considered the distress now double what it was in 1826, he thought there would be two Mill ions Timon reduced to Beggary. One third the population were already out of employ Pertt. He denied that the commercial men had been guilty of any imprudence or indiscretion. The unhappy merchants were not to blame their ruin he cd. Been brought upon them by the bad Laws adopted by the House which had compelled them to Purchase goods at an enormous Price and to pay for them in another state of. Ulings they were compelled to Purchase Cotton at to. And to a for it by Selling the same at a cd. To was the Sanie with sugar tobacco and All other great articles of Trade. The Bank Laws of government had caused these extravagant prices. If the a told had been kept in tie country there would have been no need of Bank curtailments and to ruin of merchants and America would have been Ena bled to pay the so in i to air Sterling she of isl England. He was convinced that ruin was spreading widely among the London merchants Aud if ministers did Wipt take the subject into con aisle ration the consequences would be a Joist it

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