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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - September 30, 1837, Indianapolis, Indiana
Via i vol. , saturday september 30 1837. No. 798. I lev As far As my information extends instruction in i her rank nor temporal Nowr a ,1 a n our native language is very much neglected in our a =. Mil Quot Shull l a Cim mild is i ii Cli Iii Iii Cir Ursoi i "1 Square a a ver a i a. Tahair soil ii big Iii Nicil uni i Ilir per Shunli in it. Air Vil l airy less Xiuji Glicr of ii Iii of ii Vittu Ibro Ich Mai it it ii. At Venisi ii ims a d by Thi turn wiil in Cigar Gail cd per is i Iii in Tirui Liioi Iii l is Montila us is derived solely from Isdr personal Al Quot a no i Quot sed to countenance him and he barely carried North Carolina and Pennsylvania till Ihnn unflinching states. His own party could not stomach u n4an whose political character presenting nothing thai was positive except for intrigue and for o i Yunt native in All else. His generally men of a they have been 1 .1 a a Quot Jinni entry the friends of pm Iii. And the Fri in a of our Tina and of civil Liberty. Acquainted with he Langua a. It is to Movnu Ulf a ,. I that to. not use Lur a los i a Quot year Wui be Chav cd l it a Tum a cur a in .30 for counter a i the Roll when they mean Roz to vines Wlinich Are enjoyed. Elliree s Paris $,10 l a c uni a Lii Iii i look an officer whose business it id to Coji to i during the fms $25 fora Hasruf a Ciuni . the accounts of Oliver of ricers. If military useful Iii Mir in tinn. .1 of a c Amiin to of Lora Cou inn avg Pim annul. T,.n.l.<mf.n a Quot i Nii Iai u., in supporting the courage a of 20 per cent. . I. On Adver Sof a Weie polite ally be sed in , buy our citizens and in to i would not use the word. Doubting a passion Quot that a Linin sly 20 p Lon c in i Laii a i warier. y. �,.r ,1 j Pill Vilien icy Maii a Ivr fsr in <nmv.,Rii in porters of Law and order Aii j to Lii Era is annular a Ufi Quot Quot i Quot Iii. Quot Quot Quot i Quot Quot a i a a a 1 Surucu d in the Mcannis Quot of words we Shou d if t and Niwor i to. T i i i Corning irom a Baniad be Coom i ,. A Quot i Quot i Iii inc i Cias of men. J hat such men should Pai ipod with Ilin Cash i Iless ordered publication i if be prot Ludd from any concern in education of by a Bro her . The i to paid i i ill Eis i i i i v will not Beler to till Ibe Posi Sliwo. From the Nav i Ark Mirror. Long j Lac ago. A a Wisti in ditty no k. Liori now Al kor a Quot i its i A on Trio Lake where Droop etl the Willows Idiong time ago a when the Rock threw Buck the Hilious Urli in Lic Juisti Snow a mail Helov Cal Aiu Alteri lied by Hrgic and Low but alas l a soon she Prfu Hectl i aug Linic Ngu be met and love to and a cd Long i Lic Rii i i Iii i id broken head Jedi them Ilov. I d him ii rave Titiev re sati y Given. A Lute a Isi owl she Stile s u a 1 mis cd Ivo Iii h n a in. Long Tunc tigo and tree and Ilov aug Waler Sivong time Igo Ali Danil by e and Blossom iter a Nve s Speil to while to Niy fond vows site listened Quot Heeks in a Glou a her Bright eyes with transport glistened Jiong time ago she was mine mine forever Lomg time Aso can i nov forget her a never no lost one no hearts that truly love Neer alter. In to truth like mine could never falter Long time ago from the Nati orial Intelli fender. 1nternnc5 Corri Suponi l n . Our citizens were Well instructed in a , we youth in a Lilor iry institution is a Rop Roa a to a Iii should it hear Sacii phrases As i bold inca of .Cti coun a. Of troops i i a company remaining i to a a do ii h it May he said the clergy ire l Gote ?. Men ment had been made. If our in Blitz men Wise and of ton engage in . Jovit Wiher class Well inst cited in the Langu Ajie they would notes of men Are Liti Bli of the same Imp Union and venture to the privileges of banking and Man in the Char ticker of clergymen furnishes of alluring companies in this country Good Cason fir proc riling their Aid in the Edu for citizens Well instructed in our language Antl cation of youth. In the True meaning of words would consider such clergymen Diller clime Fly on speculative Points a misapplication of terms an indigo Iii Oil ered to in religion in the i Points o which their undcr.5landinii. It Ling Lisle words were cur any description of is limited they arc restly understood we Sli Ould never hear men talk Piol ably All limited Antl in Sij part of them they about the Arhat Crary of the country since Woidt join in Phalanx Tori is tie inroads of a Olid is not Anil by our Consin tuition Liere can to i . Any such thing in United states the fondation of All free govt Inmei to and of from More than Litfiy years o Servizio i i in All a a Ial Osiier must behind in j implies ind in the convinced that Ivar a Winic often have More inn ence of i the mass id men than to whigs and Liat the abuse arid i application of terms May Coli Ieraci the a a and promote Lite t in Polt tibial a a was turf s. Great j name awakened no thrill of attn initiation no. Pul lican i emotion of grave nude was associate a Ith no a fhe Vunt a Vicli Loots Nold of the National renown with no which belonged to the nation s Prosperity. He swept up to his present position on the wave of tie National Iilo Latry of Genera Jack Sony and Idt Well nigh broke under in it i. That wave upon whose buoyant bosom Lead had floated clergy were very could scarcely sustain him. Let it be remembered and fortitude of i that Martin Van Buren was the first Man whose weakness was Strong enough to break the ranks of the Jackson parly almost succeeded in destroy ing it and did succeed in throwing general Jackson Hii self into a minority in Liis own Tennessee. The whigs then have nothing to fear from the present president let them concentrate their forces and he is prostrate. Let them sacrifice their Partiali ties and prejudices and they Are triumphant. Jct the will of the entire whig party govern the party Antl it cannot be Defeated for it is a Jority of tie american people a portion of whig parly of new York acting in Good Faith to the whigs Lirou ghost Tho Union have the undoubted privilege in bringing Forward . Webster As a candidate for the Sutra Gas of his fellow citizens. His claims demand a respect til consider Ion and they must be freely canvass etl. It should be borne in mind in this discussion that the Good of the country is at stake and frankness must not be construed into enmity. A a c repudiate and disclaim any such feeling. Is . Webster the Champion Best fitted to Lead us against an organized National party a to i acc Oil first fight upon has . Web i Ster s political career been such As to Render it i 1 i Liao this to Remarick on a be Iii the institution of the Gerard College. I i i am not misinformed to ording to the will of i a a j the Rounder tie Christian Riding a cannot be made a subject of instruction and clergymen arc precluded from being trus tics and from having any concern with the education of the pit ils. Now sir. In my View the Christian religion is the Vio in and Otic of Pijie first using i in which i cd children under a free govern Cunt ought to be instructed. To institution it is of More importance As the pupils will be Orp lians Ami May be destitute of paternal instruction. I of truth is More evident to my mind than that the Christian religion must be the basis of any government intended to secure the rights and privileges of a free people. The opinion that human Euhon left without the constant control of divine Laws and cot mands will preserve a just administration secure Freedom and other rights restrain men from violations of Laws my constitutions and give Dur tuition to a popular govern Man Ili Scipho of Smith. Of Init must not Only be our Nisliet with Kemr tic but they must be to i us ordination Ami subjected to s the Ai Hority Ami full hence of Good probable that a a cordial Union of Quot ail Quot the ele tibents it i 1 aval Little Tiu ,is Are m uie to j of opposition can be elected on him and thiner truth and Correct principles unless they. Are acc com cd to Summit to be go earned by them. I he speculative principles of natural religion will live Little Eil t none at All unless tie Pupil is made to i it he out in ice to tie practical Laws of Christian morality full in practice of yielding in i of Jedienne most be familiar and wrought into habit in Eaily like the a a instruct Iii a i teachers will for the most part be lost on Chi in pupils. 1\ give Eif Tracy to such a course of a Iii upon the Pupil must believe hit Eil to be accountable for his actions to the supreme being As Well As it human .vs for without us i belief no dependence can be had upon his Fidelity to the Laws when urged to violate Vliem by Strong passions by tie powerful temptations of present advantage. Tie experience of the whole Short of this Munct be defeat. Has it been . Webster s Fortune by acting at different limes in intimate communion with Tho several quarters of the Union to disarm sectional jealousy and inspire towards him a general personal Good will does his character present an aspect sufficiently National to com mama the Mui Nab sympathies and to a in the Confidence of a parly Wirich. To succeed must receive Ilie us a Poi of Luc l-2ast and the West the North and the South has it not rather been a part of his recent As of his Early history to provoke deep feelings not yet appeased to inflict deep yet angry and bleeding. It May sound strangely in the ears of . Webster s particular admirers that he should be denied nationality of character. 1 know . W cd from no iced Ucci urn , to Ohinen ical is the most ideas git in forming the Cham ter of. 7,i Ster went for the Constitution against nullification. World Evi ties that All tie restrains of religion and but so did the whole country Law Aie often to control the st fish and malignant passions of men. Any system of education the ref a Whit i limits inst fiction to the arts Antl sciences and reject tie aids of Reli a tar l. L. Iii., Jcj dear s a i the la Ivriy amp hell containing a system Olliie Gerard College. Tii Sui meet. A i Iii it a. To l you a Odili action i i. Imy inner that Euer the heat of a maniac. Tin history Orisen tally defective. Citizens is is so did Massachusetts. That cannot be cited As a proof of nationality. It is Only when i sectional feeling is to be sacrificed Ami local popularity endangered that National feeling can be ascertained. A nor. Webster has never separated himself from Massachusetts. If he wits with Massachusetts and Tho country a inst nullification he was with Massachusetts Agu Linht Tho country and War and he was the Tariff until Massachusetts was for it. Have . Webster s friends.&Quot Ade a sober calculation of his Stre Nnoli at the South and West tie who a orld refutes the opinion let a 15i be j in giving this View of m v opinions i am a. A i us in Wiir oven no j Anchovy get a i in uce i i Lont i expose mys Cli to the blot pay of modern i tiles it. J philosophers. Luit this 1 desire a for i have. Alien i speak of Christian red Ilion As the in support of .y opinions the experience of the i sting especially to All Host , basis of government i do not mean an ecclesia whole civilized worhol As a Ell As Trio proofs pre know How to tip Feciale the great of j-., establishment a Creed riles forms Anil seated i y Insp red truth from it beginning to sound learning and can rih a esl me ils my j ceremonies any compulsion of conscience. I the end of tiie Bible that Book which the Benevo in no spirit of cautiousness i would ask if Nale ctn Evite wit i the Lul Urc pro hire Yoi Timir primitive christianity in its simplicity As Lent creator has furnished i the expressed Pur Webster has Ever acted with the South on any a beloved country. Taught by Christ and his apostles consisting in a Jisc of guiding human reason in tie Siath of Safe-1 leading question of interest feeling from the Wii the system i also Orwar the viev a .-j i a Heing perfections Antl moral gov to and then of both Widich can remely es-1 War Down to the and if the a pertained Ivy ? it any highly respectable gentlemen i Ern ment of god in the revelation of his will to senti ally mitigate the evils of a licentious world i South feels . Calhoun s present position is and would be very grand us for the Lionor of being a Iii.,. Supreme Rule of action in Man s ac-1 from a full convict it of these truths i firmly j one that would shut him out from the sufi rages i adored with Sulci opine tvs As you May aim a Coirini ability to tied for his conduit t in this like Lelieve that Wilmut Materi in a hinges in the Prin of the Eist Antl prevent him now com Rev chief Loas be Ai d in the indispensable oblige upon of All men to Peiples now prevalent in the l Nithil Stales our re the presidency can it in Justice be Call a on Ziehl entire obedience to cod s commands in the publican government is destined to be a Sciort Duj cast its vote for one who holds a position quite moral Law and in the gospel. I his belief and ration. Extreme in relation to itself and a fit can Liis practice May consist with dil yement forms of j an attempt to conduct the of a govern i said with any fairness that . Calhoun occupies i lurch government which Noi being essential to j ment with Wisdom and impartiality and to Jires in sectional i Isi Tion can it not be said with equal of the work be inclined to exp press. Very respectfully a mrs . Iii Rev. I christianity need not enter into any system of Erve the just rights of All classes of it i Zens. so i have receiver and penned he education. Out the g of divine precepts will Eli Tai system of education in the Gerard a ollege Lor Here will you find any code of Laws among Lyell i disappointment. God is the supreme orphans which Vou have b,.ei so Good us to i a Send to me and Lor which please accept no j by ions Are not founded on Christian principles a a he himself governs with perfect rectitude he re thanks. I need not specify Tiu prohibition of a girder j his rational Crea ures to govern themselves in regard to the Merit of the system on which Bery theft trespass but commercial Antl so in like Maimer. If men will not Suim it to be you request my opinions i Wal make a Lew re-1 ,�,1 regulations Are All derived from Liose Princi controlled by his Laws he will punish them by Marks although i do not think myself so Well i enforce them. The Laws of the evils resulti., from Ih. own Cus obedience. It qualified to judge of it As Many gentlemen who a a a Dinicu and Billt of arc ibo Nicil on the be pleased sir to accept the respects of your have been in the employment of ii so fiction in Utju Ipac of the basis of All Security of obedient servant n. We Steu. A our higher seminaries. A a i the Mode Yon propose for instructing children in the French and Spanish languages is nearly the same As i have always supposed to be the Best it not the Only Mode of making pupils Perfecky masters of a foreign language. An accurate pronoun a citation and familiarity with a language cannot easily be acquired except in youth when the rights m society. The Laws of insure me Are j find the subjoined to a. York Star purporting to be intended to protect men Irmini want and distress. �. Charleston South Carolina. Quot when the provisions of Law for the Relief of the poor j in pursuance of Christian principles. Lvery Wise gtd . Clan to express my decided Cou code of Laws must embrace the Mam principles of pro sents justly and fairly the pros the religion of Christ. ,. Peets of Llu n both. Fairness of . Webster does then . Webster present in his history character principles and position one for whom . Calhoun should be abandoned and one on whom a fair Compromise could be made and if the South nov foregoes running a Man of her own has she not a right to expect As a substitute for her Choice a Cali Date. Who has Al least in his principles history and position in common with her it must be a emitted that . Webster is not that Man. And How does . Webster approach the West is he the first in the affections of Liat giant Section of our country did he not deeply Oife Iid the feeling which at this late Day has made general Harrison the popular favorite but aside from that momentous National struggle has he i led in those great Battles for her Peculiar interests which Woultz endear him to her citizens we ,. ,.now the most efficient support of human Laws nomination of . Webster accompanied i organs of speech Are pliable and by practice As j a Pijie Fuu belief that Tho subjects of such Laws Aie w. Pledge of the part of his friends of 1 Ean not to deny that he stands Well with the we learn our vernacular Lant Rumije. X o o in regard to your system in general i can Only Gay that it appears to be judiciously constructed and Well adapted for the purpose of making thorough scholars. If on trial it should be found susceptible of improvement experience will direct to the proper amendments. One remark How Ever i Lake the Liberty to make. I do not suppose a an exact conformity to a particular course of Stu kites to be essential to a thorough education. One course May be preferable to another but there seems to be Quot no Royal Way to geometry Quot close and persevering application Only will make Good scholars and this will accomplish the object without an adherence to any precise order of studies. But if i understand your plan there is in my opinion one material defect in it which is the want of professorship of the English language and a department appropriated to accurate instruction in Ite trite principles and in the definite use of word. My reasons for this opinion Ore that accountable to higher authority than human tribunals. The Halter and the Penitentiary May restrain Many men from overt criminal acts but it is the fear of god and a reverence for his authority and commands which alone can control and subdue the will when tempted by ambition and interest to violate the Laws. Whatever superficial observers May think it is beyond a queston that the Small band of real christians in protestant countries has More influence in securing order and peace in society than All the civil officers of government. Just in proportion As the influence of such men is impaired is the increase of crimes and our amp Ges upon the rights of individuals and upon the Public peace. It has been a misfortune to the citizens of this country that from their Abhorrence of the ecclesiastical tyranny of the clergy in Europe they have contracted Strong prejudices against the clergy in this country who have ii Binis icon to the null of the Thig party expressed through a National convention otherwise. Has induced sanguine Hopes of the defeat of . Van Buren at the next election. General Jackson was Strong in himself but Martin Van Buren has been successful and is formidable solely by reason of the jealousies and distraction of his opponents. No Man Ever rested less Qaji the interests the sentiment of the nation. Lie has achieved no famous Battle he has pronounced no Brilliant speech he has devised and carried no great salutary measures. Where arc his monuments indeed so feeble was he that openly and in person advocated by general Jackson and backed by the entire patronage of the government he could not even Cany his own party that party Loo just escaped from a life and death contest in which their passions were in flanked to a Quot West. But is he first is he second in her regards in his recent visit he has received the homage due to his exalted intellect. He has been entertained with the Hearty hospitality characteristic of a generous people. Lie has met with those manifestations of respect which i Trust he would meet in every Section of the Union which would be yielded to his mind wherever mind is respected. They did Honor to him who As an orator has shed a Lustre on his county and won an immortality for his name. To him who As a constitutional lawyer stands pre eminent in the Union whose expositions of the Constitution have identified him with its wifi Dom. But we would calmly ask whether he is the Leader whose guidance they have been wont to follow the statesman upon whose never failing resources they have been accustomed wit i safety to Calou the last degree against their opponents. Ten latent politician upon whose Mac if cof
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