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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - November 24, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana H in or two Lac prisoners had been set at Liberty previously. Extract of a private Juan Van Halen carries on the War of the parti Kizans with the greatest activity. The enemy is harassed by sorties without Intermix Aion Covert ways Are formed along the boulevards and the Gates Are carefully barricaded. Yesterday morning ten pieces of can Noji left the town destined it is said Tohonn batteries in the Wood of Lan Hondt on the Heights that command the town by the Lou vain Gate. This Morti iii three corpses found in the houses abandoned by the dutch troops were exposed in the burying i Quot found. I went to see them. One had the e is torn out the second was without hand or feet iii id the third was even More horribly mutilated on the 24 the ult. The dutch sent oui of tie Louvain Gate 53 cart loads of dead and wounded the result of the action of the previous couriers Quot arrive every hour at the Hague but nothing is published except very insignificant bulletin. The ministers Van gob ble Schroy and locusts have been exposed try great danger in consequence of the visit made by the Prince of Orange to Brussels Quot being imputed to their counsel. The communal guards Are All on constant duty As there Are no longer any regular troops in Holland. Amsterdam is in a state of great agitation France. At the sitting of the chamber of deputies in the 7tli of october m. Curin Grid Aitie stated that a deputation of 40 men vhf were wounded at St. Cloud avid pay is had seat a Petiti ii praying for he abolition of the pain of death and declaring that a few Flowers strewed on the tombs of those who had perished in the National cause would be sufficient to appease their departed spirits. This petition exceed considerable Emo Quot Tion and Aller a slight discussion it was ordered to be reported on saturday. One Hundred and eighty thousand troops of the classes of 1824,1828, and have been ordered by the French govern int to take their departure for the frontiers on the 25th of december. Tie King of the two sic Ilies has also re com Zed the government of eang Louis Phillippe. Germany. The Gem an diet have resolved to invite Bavaria Baden and Nassau to Send corps of to oops to fixed Points to put Down an insurrection which had broken out in the country of Hanau. Sixteen thousand troops were on their March to various put ints. The insurgents had committed great depredations in Many Dii actions. Spain. From this kingdom when tie Freedom of speech and of the press is unknown it is not to be expected that we should gain authentic information except through private Chan Neis. Even those Are often made to sub serve private interests and objects. Hence in arbitrary governments we hear the burst of the explosion before we Are a a Are that a to Ain has been Laid. Curiosity and exp dec nations have been awake for some time past in relation to Spain but we discover further indications in that Quarter than the following extracts May a Fibre. Extract of a Pri vate letter of the 27th ult. From Madrid a Quot the circular of m. Calo Marde yields its fruits. The 24th inst. Was fixed upon for tie execution of a Zombie conspiracy of the royalist volunteers. A bout 300 of these miscreants were at the moment when the King was rectum iii fron his airing to have surrounded his Carriage and exclaimed Quot the absolute King forever Down with the ministers death to the negroes Quot by this Surprise the hoped t alarm the Queen and cause her to miscarry. They then were to have run Chr nig tie streets of the capital exclaiming Quot a Cuth to tie negroes Quot the watchword a eed on to rally the conspirators. The degrees would afterwards have been Seiv de and Nias acre Niimd their houses and shops Given to Liber. The conspiracy was revealed by a or ado who a e All the particulars to tie Superior authorities. The go. Eminent immediately adopted the measures tha t prudence suggested. On the 24th in the afternoon numerous a tropics paraded the streets. The ministers held a Council and the troops All bivouacked in the places de la Cebada and Santo Domingo. Cardinal in Gnazzo archbishop of Toledo who has Ever counselled Tolje King to throw him self into the hands of the Apost Licals seems to be no stranger to his conspiracy. The moderate ministers Salmon Ballasteros and Salazar gave in their resignation but tie King would not accept it. Several i or sons have been arrested among whom Are a drum major of the royalist volunteers and an officer of the same corps married to tie daughter of the procurer to the Counci of Castile. It appears that the object of the conspirators after the massacre of the negroes and the plunder of their property was to kill the then moderate ministers anti place the infant Don Carlos upon the five thousand troops of the line and three thousand royalist volunteers Are said to have entered Navarre. Reinforcements continued to arrive at lamp Urdan. Portugal. The political condition of Miguel s cob web throne is As Little understood As that of his Uncle Ferdinand. It would be Lille Short of miraculous should he maintain his ill gotten and mis directed Power. Still we Are without reliable advices of his present condition or prospects. The following is an extract of a private letter of the 22d ult. From Lisbon a Quot Dow Miguel has just ordained the formation of a committee of Public safety consisting of the mfg to violent men of his party and having Foi its president the deem Bargados Belfil the most sanguinary of the portugese Well known for his co Demnati n of an Diane and Sandoval. The a Nin Cipal Meni Iwers of this committee Are tie sex director Aure on the reputation of Oil tvs of who dial not and the Corregidor Seblano from which a judgment May be formed of what ind of a Mission it will have to acc omits from i sewn of the 20th sept. State that Don Miguel had embarked on Board of a ship of War All the powder that was in the Arsenal. He was under alarm lest the people on some sudden eruption should either get Possession of it or blow the place. Letters from St. Michaels received in London oct. 5, state that there had been some a pea Rances there of revolution in favor of the Young Queen. New York. The elections in this state for governor Anil lieutenant governor representatives in Congress and members of the state legislature took place Early in the present month. The main contest seems to have been Between the Regency or Van Buren j arty and the anti masonic party. Or. Throop was the Regency candidate for governor and or. Granger was run by the o posing party. The friends of or. Clay As such made no Nomin Simions for governor and lieutenant governor but a arpe majority of Vliem it is believed supported or. Granger. The returns of the election have not All been received but it is More than probable that Throop an Livingston have been elected governor and lieutenant governor and the Regency paty have also most Likely succeeded in obtaining a majority of the members of Congress and of the legislature. The majority of the Van Buren party in the City of new York is Between two and three thousand otes which is several thousand less than usual. It is believed that if a Clay candidate instead of an anti masonic candidate had run against or. Throop he would have succeeded. In several places and especially at Albany a number of the most influential friends of or. Clay supported the Regency candidates. Will to recollected that at the last presidential j the election leaving the qty of n new York of the question or. Adams received a majority big Laceful promo site a to and exposure by in the residue of the Tate. The majority in Jackson Central committee. Although that City for the Jackson electors was nearly a Stylo of Liis article assured me of its ii Gin i confess my Surprise at the surrender of the name of Robert manna i the res a wednesday november 24,1830. Join him it a crusade against the Powers that Quot be. Big with thin notion under Tho plea of ill health the More Effi actually to excite Sim Pathy As the special plea of qualify cation can never be sustained he sets pvt to the East to drink the Bath Waters election Eer for governor and a it ology be to the Quaker forthe Sale of the mulatto and while the restive Asj Wirant was in Wayne county dictates the following article to the that edits the times Quot the Only remaining Case within our knowledge where a refer tend officer was a candidate is time of Gen. Hanna of Indianapolis the same Man who immediately after Bis removal wrote the German letter which a geared first in the palladium by which he tried to push himself into the j Arekson ranks. He was supported by the Jackson paper so far As party was concerned and beaten by a devoted Clay Man son in Law to senator if has been a custom in every age of the world to make the most worthless beast Bare the meanest burdens hence the ass that edits the time was chosen As a vehicle to Bare to the publican Eul Oiring on the character of Tho very consistent Voble family at the expense of Gen. Hanna. La i True the general deserves a Little chastisement for his doctrines or rotation in office Anri learning to live without them As Well As his impudence ill of truding himself on the Public no Tice while the Sonin Law of senator Noble was in the Field. In addition to the senator just m Ike Noah Noble governor and All his Nellif w8, both by Alti nity and consanguinity memoirs of the legislature and the Public Hsii toss can be transacted As in europ by one family connection. But stubborn old Billy Graham in Jackson county and David Wallace of Franklin have both entered their caveats As Well As Gen. Hanna to such Aris Toora tical notions so Mote it be. A i Democrat. Indianapolis nov. 18, 1830, d. V. Culley editor of the palladium sir on my Way to Cincinnati towards the close of october a Friend at Harrison placed in my hands the palladium of the 16th of that month and called my attention to the above communication Over the signature of Quot a Democrat a glance at its contents convinced me of its emanation from this place and that it was the joint production of two members of the Trio who have been my common defamer since 5,800. At the late election this majority was reduced to less than 3,000. Hanna has me and i must say intentionally. There is not a single truth on which to base his assertions j but As he is in the habit when convicted of falsehood of submitting to it or of trying another to evade the Force of the first 1 will not oppose his allegations with a general denial but will distinctly Point out each of Liis most prominent false assertions that he May sustain them or again submit to the charge of intentional falsehood which i now make. In the first place it is not True As stated that i directly or India Eddy Quot import Ned Quot or asked the electors to interfere with general Jackson or any other person in my behalf nor did i express such a wish to others a though i admit the electors and other leading men of the party then at the seat of government did advise or request that i should remain in the of acc 1 then filled a kindness which i Trust i have not proved myself unworthy of but it was voluntary on their pail and unknown Tome until one of the electors and a distinguished gentleman present communicated it. The second charge As to Tho Quot supper Quot is As unfounded in truth As the first. 1 gave no supper to the electors for any other Quot feasts Quot or Quot treats Quot on of their i Ien Shin. Nor did i give any other entertainments that Winter than those which i have been in the habit of offering and such As the Laws of hospitality Sanction. For inter meddling with my Intercourse with my friends and misrepresenting my Little efforts to m Elcome strangers to the seat of go Ern ment. Gen. Inanna shall enjoy All the Honor that the Public May award him and in jus to e to him i must say tha. I have never heard of in giving either Quot supper Quot breakfast or dinner to strangers or others and i will now add that if the character of Indianapolis for hospitality rested on his exertions Aid or liberality our citizens would have but Little to boast of in the next instance it is not Correct As stated that i of cred Quot contempt Quot to the Quot state Temperance society Quot and in this charge Gen. Hanna has evinced his entire Disi regard for truth for i Oflinn without fear of contradiction that the state Temperance society had no meeting that Wini Kinor was it or ionized or in existence for a full Yeai after the time the electors met. Fourthly it is not Tiue tiit i wrote a Lei Tor to my brother i a commanding the appointment of col. Marshall Over col. Vaw Ter. If Cen. Hanna could deny having in Massachusetts. In this state the annual election which lately took place resulted in the entire Success without even formidable opposition of the a a Hama some Hal dozen times _ tonal Republican party. The Jackson Feve Surprise me Lor men from the Quot Western with judge which seems now to be rapidly subsiding every cd through the Smi where has never made a serious attack upon j Gazette Lub Nio e doggies Quot Hanna Quot that i dictated the paragraph quote from the Quot Western with judge Smith i hold no Coli Ferince on any subject. Because his editor of the Gazette was sul Massachusetts. The late president Adams is prepared for themselves and ill each Oiler Serviente to his Calls the general should not elected to Congress in the Plymouth i strict a iut i was surprised that the general for j conclude that All editors Are so pliant astr by an almost unanimous vote. Tho Only Leal once should have moved so i cautiously As submit to the wishes of dishonest politicians contest seems to have been in Boston Between j to endanger an expose of his own name. After Fri tic his Quot Ceic rated Ieper Quot to or. Appleton the National Republican Candi j his cunning and duplicity could Date and or. Lee the candidate of the anti j be traced in All their movements but he kept Tariff party. Or. Appleton succeeded by a i Chind uie curtain and generally has Hel bout 800 majority Over the anti Tariff and Jack tired himself by the name and response Limity son parties rom i red. Of the Junior member of the club one v. Hose talents Are Superior but whose elastic integ the length of general s com Monica Jim Gge vanity and ambition fit him for Tion has compelled to omit several original the sen ice of such an Arch inti Viguer As Gen. And selected articles intended for this paper a Mong which is the communication of subscriber on the subject of the Wabash and Erie canal. Hanna. This production bears the impress of his Glo 9, but As he has been expelled from the service and the Confidence of the Jackson party and has since edited himself into private life without having obtained for himself the Post office at this place and without Haing secured a Retreat for Gen. Hanna and the Quot Indes Quot Memler of the firm to the Nigg judge Man waning and having it publish tithe Jackson party did not take him by the hand and no wonder he feels Soi a and Uin thes so Pretli piously under the truth of the remarks of the during the presidential election i did not smother my sentiments i had a Choice and avowed it. In the office i filled i held no property it belonged to the country but As it furnished the Means to support my family pay some debts and entertain a few friends i was i icing enough to retain it. Since i was turned out i have made no overtures no professions of Quot of version Quot nor have i entered into any Quot crush Ide a against the Powers that be Quot towards the -1 friends of Gen. Jackson in Indiana i enter took lace in the flays of the revolution. While the British Hail Possession of Charleston South Carolina and was much harassed by Tho dictation to the balance of the people of the what Are in claims to Candor consistency state have kept the Public mind constantly and political integrity. It is not for put a embroiled and excited to the no Little injury ses of recrimination that i do Liis nor to of the slate Ala Oad. Besides it May look a throw Back the same objections but to Chal Little unkind in me to break in on Tho Gene Lenge his credibility and veracity and there ral s slumbers and disturb his dreams of great-1 by weaken his efforts to injure me with Lisp by Una it King and exposing his own \ those those Good opinion i value name to Public gaze. But cruel As it May with the commencement of the contest for appear to intent him while speaking with the presidency the general set out the de comm cation. From the Lawrenceburg palladium of oct. 1g. While. Casting my Eye Over the Western times of the 1 Ith september 1830, my Lind i i i i j r i was forcibly struck with an occurrence which Salt son ranks he May have declined Ren a c was related to me Many years ago und which Derma aurthor service. With the downfall Tain no embittered or Nosi Ile feelings. I of the Gaza be the signal defeat and political i know they did not request my removal and Jiro stration of these men at Home i promised i in that party i recognize Many of my old ,. lilt myself that with Public repose i should political and personal ii ends. In lugging Ali prs of that state some Indiana i to a j i re traders by the name of Camerom were engaged 1 enjoy a respite trom their Malig. M the late Eie non Ana Iryma join Dueby threats and feasts the to Nant newspaper attacks. In this however to revive party feelings in arraign ing me make a general attack on the Frontier inhabit 1 was mistaken and to the necessity that i before the Public and reproach King me with Tant Georgia to Virginia with a View to seems to require me to Ain to appear in a inconsistency and insincerity Jen. Hanna by o such Teray. ,�, thai is u., we made to believe by the that if a a it is with some reluctance. Him one so vulnerable As he is should be White Flag was hoisted at each of their doors however that i yield a compliance even incautious in dealing out those objections. But they would be secure from the fury of the Indi the attitude of a defendant not on my own As he to gratify a vindictive feeling towards ans. The Day of attack came the in Hansar account alone but because these discontent me has originated unfounded objections hot in Ilii Ritts Thor routing whigs Aud tories alike the White Flag and Cameron professions to the contrary notwithstanding. The tories pled their engagements with the , but old a Monac said he went to War for scalps and Many of the whigs would hang the White Flag to deprive him of his trophies if he should be governed by the camerons who by the by he never authorised to dictate terms for him. Now some of the political schemes of the present Day May be assimilated to the Story of the camerons and the tories. At the time the electors of president Jackson met at Indianapolis to give their votes the holders of office As Well As the expectant were All attention and Courtesy and a Mong the rest Noah Noble receiver of Public Money was most conspicuously officious. At length the electors in part to quiet his uneasiness and get rid of his import unities signed a request to the president for his retention in of fice and at the same time signed another paper requesting the removal of All the other land officers who had Independence enough to Voto their sentiments at the polls of electors. For this act of Grace in the electors the receiver gave a splendid supper at which the wine anal Brandy were made to flow in torrents in contempt of the state Temperance society which was then holding its annual meeting at Indianapolis the White Flag was hoisted and All was quiet for a Little season but Mark the sequel by and by the destroyer came and although the receiver plead his late conversion and gave in proof his letter to his brother recommending the appointment of col. Marshall to succeed col. Vawter and his brother s vote con6rminrtom Moor s appointment As minister to Colombia without and other Quah Jira Tion than that of the Alixe Peri Leif in place of Gen. Harrison yet Aci Monac coolly replied that he had no Confidence in his professions that the camerons had not been authorised to dictate terms for him so an indiscriminate butchery took place of All the land olbers each shared alike and among the rest the White Flash fell also this created much excitement Gen. Hanna wrote his celebrated letter the friends of major Whitlock spoke right out Judice Dunn and Gwathme in wetly retired hut Noah Noble declared his a removal was the work of old himself Neil a few of his advisers that the camerons and Many of those engaged in the War had contrary he entreated or. St. Clau to write on his behalf to or. Eaton and As an inducement for or. St. Clair to act general Hanna falsely told him he had furnished general m Caily with Means to go to Washington and that m Carty St. Clair s particular Friend would sustain him. But when general m Carty demanded an explanation he denied having supplied him with Money or the existence of any understanding be tween them and attempted to explain away the Story he tried to Palm on or. St. Clair the summer after the election whilst Reform was going on elsewhere and before the policy to be pursued by the new admin inti action w As de Eloed by a message from the president the club before mentioned prepared the ground for going Over to the Jackson Side. To secure the Confidence and countenance of the party As an Earnest of their loyalty a party paper was got called the jacksonian which Vas to be directed against and to put Down late associates in politics afterwards denominated Quot the factious Nii Jority Quot by one of the firm. 1 hat part the general tools in the oui Jit of the Jackso mais will never be known. But. Of it we May judge by his Quot celebrated letter Quot and the use he made of the Gazette immediately after its conversion in administering a White Cash. But whilst the project was a Progress before the party had nibbled at the Bate and before they had gained admission i of the friends of general Jackson we were All turned out of office. General Han a s situation was not an enviable one he Lead succeeded in getting out of our party jut had not been welcomed As a Leader in die other. To stand suspended Between Par tics and cuffed about by both would not suit him. To Retreat was out of tie question and if practicable to be with the i Iio Rity would be repugnant to his feelings and vi<3ws. A desperate push was resolved on and out came his Spaniel like production which general Hanna now Calls his Quot celebrated letter Quot to his brother in Law judge Manwarng an instrument that ref acts any thing but his sentiments at the Ime or such As had Ini licenced him thigh life. The party did not see the overture by receiving him Vith open Arras but viewed the letter As a Quot tub thrown to the whale Quot and As he had failed singly a signal was made for going Over in pairs. But As the jacksonian had terminated in abortion and As a press was needed whose Battery Over their Retreat they looked elsewhere. To answer their purpose the Gazette changed its politics Aud on the 5th november the treat w As commenced general Hanna Iri front. On that Day the for blowing note from Quot a new subscriber Quot the editorial com Mient and the Quot letter Quot were served to the patrons of the Gazette. From the Indiana state Gazette of nov. 5,1829 or. Editor a i take the Liberty of requesting you to republish in your paper the letter of Gen Hanna to judge Manwaring which appeared some time since. The reason of which request is that in a late Lawrence burp a it or. Gen. Hanna has been threatened with an exposure of his former life and political course which it is understood is to come from a Lead Quot ing Friend of or. Adams. Many of your readers who were not subscribers until lately hive not had an Opportunity of perusing the letter and it is nothing but fair that the Public mind should be placed in Possession of the reason Why our highly respected fellow citizen is to undergo the ordeal of Public scrutiny. A new subscriber. We Accod to the above request with pleasure not Only for the reasons assigned by our correspondent but on account of the valuable principles embraced in the letter referred to tote Tiger with some verbal requests to Tho same effect. The genuine spirit and honorable feeling displayed by the writer is worthy of particular admiration. It is the opinion of Many that the removal of Gen. Hanna is partly to be attributed to the course pursued by certain distinguished supporters of or. Adams who were anxious to sacrifice. Him for the Sake of retaining in office another individual. He is the Only officer that within our Knowledg re in preferring or. Adams did not oppose Gen. Jackson. That instance of moderation itself was unpalatable to such of the friends of or. Adams As acted in All our local elections on the principle of proscription. It is not sur Pristine then that to such persons the Tomow inst letter is really galling. The Case of Gen. Hanna is a striking one. Altho of All those who preferred or. Adams he the least deserved to to removed on account of his political course in the late canvass to is the Only one of them that has had the magnanimity and in it Lepen once to recognize the Republican doctrine of rotation in office at the very moment when it was applied to himself. Few men have honesty enough to Call that policy right by which they sulter. So much composure and Delight of his own Vul tues and Fame and while Blazonin to the Public the name of Gen. Hanna As a Pink of consistency of whose sentiments Aud a Chie veinerts patriots alone can boast 1 cannot forbear. In Indianapolis there were three weekly papers All of which were accessible to him and at Home in the midst of our acquaintances would have been the place for Gen. Hanna to enter his objections to my private or Public character. That however did not suit his purpose he knew that if passed unnoticed by me his attack would be harmless in a Circle where the Jie Ople so recently As August at the polls have said they could not confide in him he therefore has chosen a Distant print through which to relate his grievances Praise himself and vent his genetic feel bugs at me Lief re those among whom i resided when in my boyhood. With Lively sensations he has heard me speak of the acquaintances of my youth and of my esteem and Friendship for the people of Dearborn and there he has attempted to strip me of the g of opinion of the Public so far As i May deserved it. Why he has gone to a Lii reign county to trouble the people with his complaints of me Why he has left Home with his Quot whining complaints Quot of the peo Ile of Marion county for not electing Hun Over col. Russell i leave for others to say. In his a portrait of my Couise at the time the electors assembled to give the vote of the stale to Voncial Jackson and Sinco. Gen. Voted Friend of or. Adams and continued his activity until the Bloomington Muster to which Lime we expected the state would go for him. At the Muster. Gen. Hanna harangued the people for the Benefit of or. Adams but notwithstanding the Quot display he made w hen the sense of the people was taken an overwhelm King majority turned out for Jackson and it was Aller wards called 1 Lanna s Deleat. The misfortunes of the Day it was thought had damped his ardor so As in some degree to relax his energies and Voth them some fears were entertained for the firmness of tie Gazette and the member of the club who so it in after begged lustily for "la.ilude,&Quot at the meeting of the Adams convention general Haima contributed his $5 00 towards its expenses which in a great measure restored him to the Confidence of his friends. I he next summer s develop Dement of Public opinion rendered the question More doubtful Aud the general seemed so India ii ent that he was claimed on both sides though i believe he did turn out late on tie Day of election and vote for or. Adams. At the meeting of the electors much was said about turning out the Adams men and the general appeared As anxious to keep his place As any of at least he did not Rositi although a dozen were willing to be encumbered Willi his Olyce. Not a word was then whispered about Quot rotation in Ollick Quot although the owls Coniendo manfully Ibi the doctrine. Nor did to Hoar a word about Quot go Sig to work at on the Indian arms 20th aug. 1820. Solomon Manwarin Esq. Sir the mail before the last brought me the information of my removal from the of face of Register and of the appointment of Arthur St. Clair Esq. To Succo cd me. Apart from the chastisement which my removal indicates i consider it right because i have been in office Long enough to satisfy any Man not o. Ver much parsimonious. Besides my dear sir you recollect when we were associated together at the formation of our Constitution i took a firm stand against the doctrine of appointments during Good behaviour. I was then a Young Man without much experience but further reflection and Riper years even now when my pecuniary interests arc concerned have not changed my mind on that subject. But i do think where appointments Are limited in their duration that incumbents Ouight to to permitted to serve out the time for which they Are appointed. They accept the of Ioe with the expectation and make their arrangements accordingly unless some relaxation in duty should make their removal necessary. In my Case i am Happy to inform you that no dereliction of duty is alleged. I have Lanti and will go to work at the age of fort with a Constitution made Hardy by much labor in Early life if favored with health i can set absolute want at Defiance. Besides my six boys uniting As they do the Hardy Constitution of the German with the mental Viva cite of the Irish can be employed As useful auxiliaries. Therefore Reform on me has lost its Force. I have been perplexed and disgusted Witti the whining complaints of those who have been removed from office. If their opinions were not Worth the sacrifice Why Ever entertain it hem it is True that removals May operate m it Pel Culiar hardship on some hut the example will not be without its beneficial every citizen Shuhl know some Othor Menno of proc Rinir a livelihood than that of a Public office and those who have that lesson yet to Henri will now �90 the Neche Eitor a Quot

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