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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - November 17, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Indiana Jau Naii. Vol. , wednesday november 17, 1830. No. 395, published by Douglass amp . H ten Kos. Two dollars per annul if paid in Advance. Three dollars at the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. My. Of sex Fruct from the letter of a traveller with a sight of which we have been favored tie following sketch of or. Clay at Home at his own Iive Side. As his opponents have been very industrious in As Persing his motives and misrepresenting his actions whenever he has moved abroad they will now have an Opportunity of put Ting some of their Mal constructions on his in Havior to his guests at Home. Such a Man is a treasure to his state and a still greater treasure to his country and the Day is fast approaching when he will receive the Universal Testini Liny of his fellow citizens to his Worth by his Elevation to that station which is More to be prize than the throne of the most powerful Monarch of any people who Are yet in political enthral ment. Nat. Jour. Quot Lexington oct. 17, 1830. Quot this morning after we reached Lexington my. L win son in Law to or. Clay and two of or. Clay s sons made us a Cali and the next Day or. C. Liin self Honor Edns with a visit lie made a Laige dinner for us which we honoured and met at his table a numerous assemblage of the Gentry of Lexington. He entertained us charmingly and As he always dues left the most favourable impression on our minds. We saw him at Home at ins table Luici lire Side and i question if he is Ever seen to i eater advantage than in the midst .1 his Domestic Ciicle. He spoke treely and frankly of and on every Pei Sun and thing Diat made the topic a i Cne breathe free in in his presence. His manner of ii ing is characterized by Simp ii ity and elegance tie Model of that which should distinguish the Counti a gentleman and american Fanner. Ashland his estate is timely located in the Vicinity of Lexington and is fast regaining the Rural elegance which i made it so attractive to the Eye of taste before the late absence of its owner at the seat of government. This Tarm is rap div i becoming the Model of Agni cultural Economy and his District of country will soon be As deeply indebted to Iris line Rural taste inducing imitation As the nation is already to the splendid and successful a Libras of Liis enlightened mind. Few men tie personal popularity that he now possesses and indeed few Merit it so Well. Quot the statements in relation to tie Kentucky elections have been so garbled that the truth can scarcely be detected by those at a distance. The matter is Here known however beyond a doubt and whatever May be the discussions about the precise Nui Wijers pro and con there is a majority at All events against Rowan particularly and generally against a Jackson senator. Interi gence irom Ohio has Given the greatest satisfaction in Lexington. The returns Are decidedly Clay and Little doubt is entertained As to the entire state. The people of the West Are in High Lopes and received the glad tidings from Maryland and Delaware with enthusiasm. Nothing they think can Stop the Western lion in iii course. 1 have tan red at a great Many of the villages in Viiginia and in Kentucky where the Post Otic is and mails Are frequent subjects of conversation. The complaint of the wretched system or rather want of system is Louth and the whole Post Obice department is denounced for its imbecility and ignorance in having overturned the Best regulated establishment in die world. It is assert id and Diat so generally As to Bear the greatest aspect of propriety that the journals of the opposition Are neglected or intentionally excluded from the mails indeed i do not doubt from then. York journal of Commerce. John Randolph in St. Petersburg. A s this extraordinary personage has been deputed to represent the american people at the court of Russia the Public without i doubt have some curiosity to learn Wyeth Ervin fulfilling his High functions he is Likely to elevate or depress our National character in the View of foreigners. The information detailed below is communicated to us from an intelligent and highly respectable source and cannot he doubted Quot upon the Anival of the Concord a Large number of americans English and russians proceeded to the English key about six o clock in the evening to witness the Landing of the new american Mui ister. They waited in vain for a Long time and finally retired. The steam boat in which he disembarked from the Concord was lying alongside the Icey with the american Ensign at the Peak and As the crowd withdrew rumours of an unfavourable character to or. Randolph were universally circulated which were carried to the ears of the Empress. At length or. Randolph made his appearance from the Cabin and after commissioning a gentleman attached to his suite to procure a Carriage he took his seat upon the Quarter deck. His dress was quite slovenly and he wore a Large White hat much too Large for his head which he kept in its proper place by Means of a huge Banda Mia handler Clef stalled Between his forehead and the front part of his hat. One of the first merchants in St. Pfizer Surg who resided near by on witnessing his lonely appearance went on Board of the boat and invited or. R. To his House. My. Randolph Rose As the merchant approached and taking off his hat stood bowing and talking earnestly for some minutes beating the deck vehemently with his Cane at almost every word. The merchant looked astonished and uneasy. When the carnage arrived his baggage was placed in it and he i proceeded to a hotel. A few Days afterwards or. Randolph rented a spacious House and continued in it four Days at the expiration of which he quarrelled with the landlord and was ordered to quit the premises in 24 hours. He Forth Ith repaired to a boarding House kept by mrs. Wilson an English lady for the accommodation of English and american masters of vessels and entering the House without ceremony thus addressed her Quot is this mrs. Vilson ? i am John Randolph minister plenipotentiary and envoy extraordinary from the american government to the Ini Perial court of Russia. I have seen enough of russian filthiness and have come to see some English cleanliness Madam i m a drowning Man and you by placing your thumb beneath my Quot Chin can save Rny mrs. W. Was confused and amazed and answered the envoy extraordinary by stating that she did not know Hov she could accommodate him but he Cut Short All difficulty by consenting to take an upper chamber which was furnished him. Soon after his Landing he was waited upon by the court tailor to inquire his pleasure respecting his court costume. Or. R. Seized his Cane and flourishing it about his ears drove him out of the House. The next Day he despatched a message to the tailor who called upon the american consid and prevailed upon him to accompany Hin for the purpose of Protection. At the boarding House of mrs. Wilson his conduct is represented to have been quite irrational. He declared that he had left the United states almost by compulsion and showed the letters addressed to him by the president and Secretary of state urging him to accept the Mission. These letters were read by him to nearly All the american captains. His introduction at court is said to have been ridiculous in the extreme. After his presentation to the emperor he told him he must see Quot Madame and when presented accosted her with that appellation. Such is the complexion of Quot the details which have been communicated to us some of which Are of too disgusting a nature to be repeated. The remarkable contrast which his behaviour exhibits to the gentlemanly deportment of or. Middleton our late minister was a topic of remark by the whole population of St. Petersburgh or. Middleton left St. Petersburg for England on his return Home before or. Randolph s arrival. A a by by Caay foreign news. Interesting from Europe. Bal Diore oct. 30. By the slip Pacific capt. Croker at new York from Liverpool papers to the 17th sept. Inclusive have been received. The opening of the Liverpool and Manchester rail Way it hich had excited much interest in England took place on the 15th, and was attended with a most melancholy catastrophe the death of the Hon. We. Husi Asson member of parliament for Liverpool who As accidentally killed by being run Over by one of the Railroad carriages. On this event the Liverpool Mercury of the 17th remarks Quot the announcement of the awful and lamentable event which we have this Day to record and Wlinich was generally know n to the Public at an Early hour yesterday morning diffused through the town a feeling of deep and general sorrow such As we have Seldom or never seen surpassed on the demise of any individual in Public without the formality of any official intimation the shutters of the shops throughout the town and also those of the Public rooms were simultaneously half closed the colors of the vessels in the docks on the churches and Public buildings and on several private ones and the Royal Standard at the to in Hall were hoisted half Mast High and every other demonstration of respect for the memory of the deceased was manifested by persons of every the Duke of Brunswick arrived in London on the 15th, where he May compare notes with the sex King of France. The set of deposed tyrants will no doubt soon be increased in that favorite Asylum of such Folk. Our Beautiful Friend Don Miguel May Ere Long become a member of the interesting Quot family Austria has formally recognized the French government and it was confidently believed that Russia would follow suit from the circumstance of the russian emperor s having Given orders for the admission into his ports of vessels carrying tie Trico lored Flag the government of Columbia has been officially recognized by the French government in the person of m. Raphael Ayala vice Consul attached to her consulate general in France. The Duke and dutchess of an Goleme have ordered a Sale of their private property in France. Liberty of the gentleman de Sci ii ing the late contest in Paris says Quot several mortal wounds were received by the military in consequence of the people loading their guns with Leaden printing instead of balls which were very scarce on to pc ii St Day of tie Insu it action. I his was the letter wih a vengeance of course the Type was double Cannon Globe. The Bourbon family now at Lul Wortlie acquit unanimously the Duke of Orleans having had the smallest share in bringing a bout or accelerating their . On the contrary they one and All speak of his conduct in the highest terms 200 englishmen Are enrolled As privates in the French National . The arming of the National guards proceeded throughout France. National vessels were sailing in every direction to take the tidings to the colonies and squadrons in different parts of the Globe of the glorious revolution and to cause the Trico lored Flag to be respected. Some agitation pervaded the South and West France but die government had taken measures calculated to overpower malcontents. He government received every Day new assurances of Quot Friendship. Europe wants peace and so does France. We can state with perfect belief that Nicholas will immediately recognize the government of Louis Philip. Austria has already recognized the new order of things in France her recognition proceeded to Paris via Berlin and will be accompanied by Liat of . The crusade of the printers in Paris against machinery has been followed by a meeting of those in London who were attempting to organize a regular opposition to the machine presses. It is stated that the King of Saxony has refi ised to Grant an Asylum to Charles x. Some disturbances have taken place at Leipsic. The people had compelled Van ende president of the police to quit the place and destroyed the dwellings of odier members of the police. They were afterwards kept quiet by a Strong military Force. Accounts from Bremen mention Liat disturbances have occurred at Hesse Ca Sel. At Cologne and other parts of rhenish Prussia disturbances have been caused by the distressed working classes. A deputation from the University of Jena in Prussia has aved at Paris to congratulate Gen. Lafayette upon the recent changes in France. The greatest anxiety was maj ii rested to learn a he contents of the speech of the King of the Netherlands on uie opening of the extraordinary meeting of the states general. A copy of the speech was received and the document eagerly read. The Only paragraph which i appeared to excite particular attention was that in which his majesty says that Quot fully prepared to meet reasonable charges i shall never yield to party spirit nor consent in measures which i would sacrifice the interests and Prosperity of the nation to j Assion or violence. There were Many private letters from Rotterdam Antwerp and other places in that Dii Section. The contents of the speech had rather tended to strengthen the Hopes previously entertained in those parts that Belgium would not be separated from Holland. Perfect Tranquility prevailed on the 14th, in Rotterdam and Antwerp. There were some reports prevalent at the former of fresh disturbances at Brussels but the statements were wholly unconfirmed. A Lefer from Paris dated 13th sept. Says Quot the postponement of Prince Talleyrand s journey to London has Given Rise to new reports that in acco Darice with an entreaty accompanied by remonstrances said to have l Een addressed to the King by certain individuals of Well merited influence it is possible that Prince Talleyrand will not be the representative of France at the court of London most Sti King feature in the Paris papers is the frightful state of a Larm in which the Spanish government is thrown by the movements of the refugees who according to letters from St. Sebastian of the 20th nit. And 2d inst. Have contrived to enter Spain in considerable numbers. Letters from the so danish Frontier of the 7th inst. Say Quot King Ferdinand s government tries to prevent the crisis it is Ali beaten de with. It is now said More than Ever at Madrid that a charter on the plan of that of Louis xviii will be published. It is to be preceded by an ordinance recalling All the exiles. But to produce a Good effect those concessions ought to be made without tie slightest delay. Waiting a few Days longer might make it too letters from Lisbon of May 25, Speaks of disturbances in various parts of Portugal especially at Evora where the constitutionalists have assembled in Large Nui Abers. Ing however it seems the Duke refused to remove the Cannon in consequence of which the people collected disarmed the civil Force and set fire to the Castle the Duke having Only time to escape on horseback. His Aid de Camp who had arrived in London by the steam packet effected his escape also on horseback. The troops would not fire upon the people and the town of Brunswick had been saved from pillage and conflagration by a Burgher guard which was immediately armed and organized to protect Public and. Private property. The times thus enumerates the provocations which have led to the overthrow of this Oung puppet of the holy Alliance a Quot he has refused to Sanction the Constitution Given to his states by his Uncle and guardian George in. He has continued in time of peace the oppressive taxes which were imposed during a season of War he has Arii sted the most Noble of his people without a cause and punished them without trial he has disregarded the judgments of the tribunals and directed their decrees to be torn in pieces and thrown in the face of the judges he has ordered tie secrecy of correspondence to be violated and letters to be opened at the Post office and while he discarded from his service or banished from his dominions the most respectable ser ants of the state he employed As ministers persons whose Only was a Blind subservience to his caprices. In Short he would seem to Lia e been a kind of miniature Pendant of Don Miguel the hopeful lord of France. To the editor of the London coniing chronicle. Paizis sept. 11. Sir i must write today a Long and very serious letter. You Shal have facts As Well As opinions. You must weigh Well what i submit to you and i think you will arrive at the same conclusion As i have done that Quot la main Habile Quot is wanting. Nothing would be easier than to create anarchy and nothing More dangerous than to attempt All at once to put the revolution Down. I am no alarmist. Those who gather their info nation from the National on the one hand and from la revolution on the other May be so. But i go rather deeper than the skin and 1 know what is passing in France. Then let the readers of the morning chronicle listen to me and i will Endeavor to make myself under Stool. In a former letter i gave you four reasons Why the people were not satisfied. Those reasons still exist. Not one of them has been removed and not one of them will be unless the people again take the matter in hand and remind the government who established it Why it was established and How those Are disappointed who assisted at the establishment. The government has two organs in the Public press the National and the journal Des do bats. The former has lost in the person of m. I Hiers its most eminent editor who has received a government appointment and since it has become the wifi cited Organ it is not so bold so courageous so much for the people and so Little for the court As it used to be. The people have observed this and they support in consequence a journal far less talented but far More popular which is called la revolution. This new journal is posted on All the Walls of Paris in every Street and in a revolution in Brunswick. The Hamburg mail which reached London sept 13, brought letters Down to tie nth containing the intelligence of alarming disturbances in several parts of the North of Germany. In Brunswick the insure action has been the most serious As it has already produced the flight of the Duke who was pelted by the people on his return from the theatre and Only escaped their fury by the dexterity of his Coachman. Having reached his Palace he ordered the Gates to be closed and his troops to fire upon his assailants. This command w As however not obeyed and the effusion of blood avoided. The general commanding the troops in the Palace partied with the people who besieged it and i Seq nested them to state their i Rev ances. The demands were that the pieces of artillery pointed against the inhabitants should be removed that his Serene highness would acknowledge the Chambers and that he would not Endeavor to escape to Langland to spend the treasures of his subjects among foreigners. The general returned with the answer that the Duke had assented to the conditions and the people dispersed for the evening. The next morn by places within fifty paces the one faces the other. Phe people nay not merely the people but the Middle in classes assemble around these placards read aloud or to themselves the leading articles of this paper and from Day to Day the tens of thousands who so read applaud the sentiments which it expresses and which Are All opposed to the present administration to the present order of things. It is not opposed to the King nor to the charter but it is opposed to an hereditary peerage to the continuance of the present chamber of deputies to a vast portion of the late nominations to office made by the ministers to the ministers themselves and to the limited nature of the celebrated suffrage which the new government is disposed to establish. Am i told that the paper is not sincere ? that the jesuits and priests pay for Liis Large daily gratuitous distribution and that it is one of the Means adopted by the sex royalists to sow dissections and create alarm i answer so much die worse yes so much tie worse for unfortunately tie capital of the royalists is employed in Harmony with the opinions of the people and every one knows that a cause loses nothing by having a Long purse to support it. The journal Des do bats is the other Organ of the government. It says Quot that the revolution was made to preserve the Law Quot this is doubtless metaphysical but it is strangely erroneous. A that did the people who fought on the 27th, 2sth, and 2i la july against Charles the tenth and his army his police and his Ordonnance so fight for the purpose of retaining the Laws of Louis xviii. And of Charles a their Laws were Ordonnance As Well As acts of parliament and did the people wish to retain that against Wlinich they fought this will not do. The journal Des debt is was is and Ever must be royalist. But the people have not been so for a Century past. Yet the journal Des do bats is the Organ of the min Ustiy. Let me explain a ii. In the ministry there Are two parties they both desire the Liap piness of France her honour and her glory. They have no objection to act together As Long As it is possible to act for it is impossible. M. Gui zot looks upon the last revolution As a detached fact As an isolated Point As the of Fiir of three Days As an ebullition great glorious and important but still As a detached fact. This is the grand secret of All his errors to Day and yet m. Guizot is our minister to the Interior the late revolution instead of being a detached fact comprises in it the events of thirty years a it was intended by the people to terminate the contest of thirty years the Givings and of thirty years the dispute.? Between the aristocracy and democracy of thirty years and though the people Felt that they must have a government and Laws and chamber a yet they meant to Pul All on a completely new Footma and too or turn overturn overturn the system of thirty years. Now the ministers do not understand this will not feel this and their friends ask Why what is wanted More than a Good King and a Good charter this be trays great ignorance and sad conceit but the people will yet enable Vliem to open their eyes. But there Are men in the ministry who Are better informed and who know what the people feel and want and Are resolved to obtain. Sebastiani is one of these men a and Dupont de i Eure is an outlier. Benjamin constant too is quite up to tie secret but then he is Only a secondary agent and has no a Oice in the councils of the King. Lafayette understands All this but Lafayette has i own old and he sees no medium Between a Republic and the present order of things. He has disappointed the millions in not supporting a Republic and As the ministers owe their places to his voice they flatter and Fawn cringe and Bow to whilst in their hearts Thoy know right Well that they the count de mole and the Duke de Broglie and m. Guizot have no one feeling in common with m. Lafayette or with his party. The Paris correspondent of the examiner has understood this question of Lafayette and he has put it truly and strongly. Hen the new ambassador to England Talleyrand the Little made his appearance in tie Saloon of Lafayette last tuesday evening he was met a ii a Buzz of astonishment and disapprobation the artful courtier thought to propitiate the favor of the Republican party and the proprietors of the National had encouraged him to paying this a Isit. The Good old general observed the commotion and a Stencil Forward to receive his guest. Protected by Lafaj Ette the ambassador was not of course insulted. But he bund none to flatter or even to talk to him. He spoke to three or four persons i t he course of the evening and his presence in no Way enlivened the intellectuality of Iho party. Talleyrand must have perceived that he has used too Long that he is to late to intrigue nov a that France in ik30 is essentially democratic and that he is not less an intrusion in the state than he was at the Soiree of the Republican Lafayette Well then it is evident from acts that the ministers do not in their joint capacity understand or feel the position and wants of i juice and believe me i owe them no ill will when i say that for the Salce of the pro Giess in happiness nay for the Sake of the peace of that country which i believe they love it would be most desirable if some of them were to retire. The eulogies of the French ministers in font Ign and especially English journals con firm me in Liis opinion. Quot peace peace Quot is All that is desired by the Wellington ministry and not one thought is Given for the permanent happiness of France. When the Polignac administration ruled of juice these journalists saw no reason Why it should be us have Quot each Quot was the cry. When that ministry was overthrown and now that milk and water Guizot administration has been established the same party cry Quot peace peace Quot and dose men who were formerly the objects of censure Are now Quot entitled to unqualified but this system is seen through. Quot peace Quot May be very desirable for a country having 800 millions of debt having her manufactures crippled her agriculture not prosperous and her shipping injured. Quot peace Quot May me very desirable in a country w Here the Church and tithe system is abhorred where the people Are not represented in parliament and where a real oligarchy exists in the place of a democratic al form of government. Quot peace peace Quot undoubtedly is the constant cry of the Wellington party and those who eat the taxes and sleep on the pensions and die in the enjoyment of sinecure generation Afler generation Are doubtless enchanted m Ith our having a French King and a chamber of Peers. But to Lough England May be satisfied Anil May blink the question of the change of dynasty for the Sake of our having dynasty at All and though the King of Holland May be satisfied and May Send As he has done an ambassador to Paris to prevent tie possibility of tie French government grounded upon his non recognition its right to Aid the belgian patriots yet believe me the French people Are not satisfied with the construction it on the revolution of 1s30 by the actual government and the people Are resolved on obtaining something More than is promised them in change for All the blood they have shed and All the courage they have displayed. A modification of the old system a gradual amelioration of the condition of the a do plea a gradual alteration of the Janie Laws and yet the preservation of the great principles of the old system though not of the application of those principles is the sys them of the present Gove ziment but this is not the system of the people. If i do not convince you of this to Day and in my letter i shall regret it but convinced or not facts will convince you All before Many months Piave passed Over our Heads

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