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Indianapolis State Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 13, 1841, Indianapolis, Indiana \�7 vol. , saturday april 1841. No. 983. Edited and Rud Lusile by Douglass amp Noe. Terms.-,$2 50 per annul in Advance for 52 nmn Bers Ujj Fig 35 years of age is eligible to a seat in Congress �3 00, if a Iii at the expiration of six .Ion lip and of at Vlieg a ,. Or 10 end of the volume. No paper will be discontinued unless at the Fianu of course to the speaker s chair. Act the pea the procession will move precisely at 12 o clock several of the Wall Street brokers. The object ,1., when initiate gains shall be fired by introduction appeared to be business and v option of tie publishers until All arrearage Are paid space occupied by 250 Ems 9 lines shall be counted a Square not inf counted less than a Square All Over a Square i and less than a Square and a Liaf shall to counted a Square and a half. One Dollar per Square shall be charged for tic first three or any less nmn her of insertions and Twenty five cents of each additional insertion. Advertisements published by the Quarter or longer will be charged $3 per Square for three Mouths 6 for months or �10 per annul. Merchants or Ursis a and others advert sins by the year will be charged for two squares ,$15 50 for Quot ire squares $-20 for a Square of a column of 1000 cams $ 25 for a half of a column $25 for three fourths of a Rohonn �50 for a column ,580 a deduction of 20 percent will be made on longer than n Quarter of a column when inserted by the half year or year Aii Ltd not altered. I All advertisements Cominer Forf it a accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother us Leslier. All must be marked on their face with the number of insertions or they will be Coqui Nueda till ordered out and charred by the insertion. The Pola ii must be to it ii on All Ictor a to Twig publishers or they will not he taken out of the Post office. I n 1> i a n a p o 1.1 s Friday april 137 1841. Boru citizen an5 35 years of age to be eligible to thai resolved that we regard the death of the presi Linued Good up to a period within a week of Liis death. Lip residency. Any White male citizen of the United Dent As a great Public calamity calculated to Call within a week a Short week after he was attacked Forth a notion s tears. A within a month a Short month after his inauguration pc artillery stationed near st. Join s chuch and the ,. A a. I n 1 Capitol. At the same hour the Bells of the several pc Solvei i hat whilst his spotless private and pub All his earthly honors and All our fondest anticipate Onsby go Washington Georgetown and Alexan Ker in a possible contingency May be cabled upon Roglic character challenges our highest regard his Emi in his future services to his country were in a single Dria will be tolled. I discharge the duties of president of the United services in the Battle Fields and the councils of moment swept away the ways of Providence area at Sunrise to Morrow the 7th inst a Federal a we leave the matter for others to Settle. This country demand our wan nest gratitude and our mysterious to us our nearest and Dearest relatives ? will be fired from the military stations in the a a. 1 1 i a. 1 a a 1 1 /. A a ,.a Vicinity of Washington Inonu to guns Between the there will be no change m the general policy of most enduring remembrance. And friends Are Cut Down like the grass in the Field g up 12 and 3 a a a j a National Salute at the set the administration. The same policy and measures resolved that we tender to the family Circle of hand we Are wholly unable to fathom the Wisdom or will characterize it that would have characterized its Chelate president in View of their most melancholy a Justice of the dispensation still it is our duty As in had Gen. Harrison lived. Gen. Harrison was 68, the same age at which Gen Washington died. Thomas s ii Nii has been nominated by a Van Buren convention a candidate Fiir re election to con a Gress from t in Fourtly District. Kah Bison ticket. For Cox Gresso sixth District i it a v to a l a c ii of Siaion county. Election Oil Mondai m of maj next bereavement our sincerest regret and our warmest this Case to Bow without a murmur believing that sympathy. Gall tilings Are ordered for our present and eternal resolved that As a Token of respect for the Mem Good and consoling ourselves with the reflection that Ory of our venerated president our fellow citizens Lour temporary loss is their everlasting gain generally be requested to Wear Crape on their left yet while we mourn the National calamity to Are Arm for the space of sixty Days. F not without Consolation. Our late Behoved president resolved that As a further manifestation of our Shad in the Short interval of his recent Public life not feelings on this occasion we recommend that on next Only submitted to the people As a legacy of a dying the vice president arrived at Washington City on saturday the 17th of this month our fellow citizens Patriot his inaugural address developing the True the Mornine of the 6th inst. their Ordinary avocations form a procession constitutional principles of the government but Hei female Institute c Urt House Square and proceed to a suitable was spared 10 surround the executive with a Cabinet Are requested to state that the next Tein respects to the care eminent men in the , men in the Institute Usu commence on next tuesday Thel Quot Quot Quot Quot president. To get people justly Timve great Confidence. I Trust i May 20th inst. Ting of the Sun. The usual badge of mourning will be worn on the left Arm and on the Hilt of the sword. The adjutant general of the army is charged with the military arrangements of the Day aided by the the object of very soon we Are told he passed upon his new acquaintances sundry drafts purporting As the Albany evening journal of last evening says to have been drawn by Alexia Ward president of the Bank of Orleans on the new York state Bank of Albany for $1350. On bring presented there they were found to be forged and to have been negotiated by new York brokers. The drafts were ail endorsed and made payable to the Hon. Charles f. Mitchell. They came Back yesterday morning marked forged and the guilt of or. Mitchell was known almost As soon As he had made his escape from the City. This however i3 but one of the guilty transactions of the assistants adjutant general on duty at the head Philadelphia As Ivull As new York has been the scene quarters of the army. Be Othis criminality and the same hour which brought the United slates marshal of the District has the Ito Light evidence of his guilt in one instance devel direction of the civic procession assisted by theg oped a bolder exhibition of villainy in the mayors of the cities of the District and the clerk of the supreme court of the United states. By order pm. Jones. Adjutant general of the u. S. Army. Arrival of the British Queen. A ifsits a Rishi a Vona ebb Gosai Iii. The steam packet British Queen arrived at new resolved. That a committee of ten be appointed Ibe pardoned for saying from my personal acquaint York on sunday morning at three o clock having by the chair whose duty it shall be to select suitable Tance with them As Well As from my knowledge of sailed from Liverpool on like Losili ult. And being near Quot i have entire Confidence be Ini of president Markison. City of Washington april 4, ill. 1. .1was a Lusyd by a tremendous storm which she in court them nor can i doubt for a moment but that thei a Uji of distinguished individual the vice president of Thea Mcleod affair. United states who will now be called upon to and i great excitement existed in England with refer minister the government for the unexpired term Willie a to the Mcleod Ait air and the inflammatory res.t1 -111. To port of or. Pickens from Tho majority of the corned Scharge that High and responsible duty upon those Ampi. Had been received and great and vital principles to carry out which general added fuel to the Fotune. And it ii gravely slated that Harrison was elevated to the presidential chair and a Squadron has been ordered from the Mediterranean very Large. The Corpse Lay in state in the entry of the president s House during the Day and thou excises and also to adopt such other measures As May Sands went with melancholy Steps for the last Gbo proper to carry into effect the purposes of this time to View the mortal remains of tie departed bero.icetino-. In i ii of Iiah. M Jujj Jim Oliver h. Rose and seconded the Resol it eat of Geniv. Imarri Oil. and proceeded to address the meeting in sub stance As follows in pursuance to notice a Public meeting was Bell it is not my purpose of detain the meeting with an int the court House this Day saturday april 10, at Eulogy upon the life and character of the distinguish which he so frankly avowed in his inaugural american coast to enforce the demand of the an All Wise Providence having suddenly o , preparatory to taking suitable measures irked whose recent decease has called us to ii acted by the same people though for a minister or. 1-o.v, for the release of my re noved from this life William Henry View of the melancholy intelligence of the . I have made no preparations not it a would this office vowing the same principles surrounded Byi the e morning chronicle of the 9th says a Quot the verned by the same Patrio publication of or. Pickens report created consider no room to doubt fur a Nous administration of the. P _ f us a j a a a a Quot Quot Quot Quot Quot of unexpectedly placed in vice president from tie beat of announcement of the death of our late venera ustice to myself were i not to express the deep feel the executive chair nor can we doubt but that under to make this afflict Nir bereavement known to Bio president addressed the meeting m substance a5.iiigs of my heart at this melancholy dispensation our Constitution will be preserved and the country by this declaration under our hands. He died at the president s House in City this fourth Day of april Anno Domini 1s41, at thirty minutes before one o clock in the morning. The people of the United states overwhelmed Uke ourselves by an event so in Pei Ted Ana when calculated to produce the deepest sensation could have removed yet i Trust now Liat expected and so melancholy will derive conf Quot had a Thunderbolt dropped among us in the in will be hushed in the grave where an All wis it ,.a .11 a 1 Golear Sunshine it would not have been More astound morn Viileeu a has la old i i Moran a Nyrl that so at on from know my that his death was. R. A 1 u a a. 1 Rovi Tunte Nas Pircea Nis Monai remains Anu . F., t a 1 Quot a Iii Tife with Little less than omnis Tont p Calm and resigned As his Hie has been most intense interest growing out of his intimate a a and and receive Fortis memory that tribute from i Otic useful and distinguished and that Liei connection with the great Content for the first Vilice countrymen which is due alone to the benefactors of la it it Rahce of his lips expressed a fervent within the gift of the american people. His friends Mankind. To say that in the decease of president desire for the perpetuity of the Constitution i and Suppo ners put Forth All their energies to meet the Harrison. The nation has Susta Ineil a great and Irre and the preservation of its True principles. A Quot Quot Quot Quot a and untiring exertions of those who stood parable loss would be merely to give utterance to a in death As in life the of his coun Rpp f Elevation indeed so hard was the Eeling thallam sure must be common to our coun struggle Itiat Tho year 1�4�o will form an Epychin our try men in every state in every country in every history for its deep political a Brit Mont an,1 Tho ii May precede need exertions of political them. It would be saying nothing More than Ilion the contest is jut ended president Harrison what no Quot get fall from the lips of Tho indifferent Eulo Fis just inducted into office the country is just be go a st who had seen and known him Only in the winning to become Calm and to look to the first move i Angl s of his country s history. My of acct at this a intents of his administration fur the practical devel i ailment is nut to repeat what history has said of Iii to penitents of those principles which it was promised it to give vent to my feelings by saying to you what try avas uppermost in his thoughts. Daniel we Steil. Secretary of slate. Thomas revving of the Treasury. John Bell Secretary of War. J. J. Crittenden attorney general. Francis Granger postmaster general. Iarion guards. 0 7 the present and former members of this company arc especially requested to meet this wednesday evening at the engine House at 7 o clock on business worthy of their attention. Follows removing from among us our late venerated institutions perpetuated. I will not detain my country went you have been called together def. You have just heard it announced from the Lyou by saying More. I Coull not do Justice to my at this time in consequence of authentic information chair that president Harrison is no More. I know .Ion feelings and say less. I Trust that the resolutions a received to Day of the death of Williaim Henry but utter the feelings that must agitate every bosom will receive the unanimous approbation of the , late president of the United Stales Wiuli present when i say that a great and a Good Man has ing and that such order will be taken As will insure a View of adopting appropriate measures co memo Luallen. The conflicts of party through which the a at an Early Day an expression of the deep sense in native of this sudden and afflicting bereavement. .Ion has recently passed May have engendered or Jur obtained by this Community of the great loss the a this event has occurred at a time when least sex ices which nothing Short of this melancholy Dis-,.Ion has sustained. Tho following gentlemen were appointed the committee of arrangements in pursuance of the sixth Resolution messes. D. Maguire n. Mccarty i. Harding a. W. , j. L. Etc Jam s Henderson d. V. Culley w. Young. S w. Norris and b. Blythe. On motion. Resolved that these proceedings be published in both the of this City. And then the meeting adjourned. S. Bigger chairman. N. Ivic Cakry Secretary. Ble uneasiness. In this feeling we confess we do not altogether participate. The very men who Drew up this document it is Plain upon Tho face of it must have Felt they were putting their names to a Case upon which i no nation would venture to enter upon hostilities. The language of the report is not the language of men who either were convinced Itiat they had a Good cause or wore determined to go to extremities in a bad the times says a Quot we shall not quote from this olten Sive and unjust tirade but we earnestly invoke our readers to Guidy it in a Tenso for themselves and then judge what change exists of fair or just treat a ment for great Britain from those authorities with which such a catalogue of insults could have originated. Akra avg Eitzen a for to in interim edit of Quot the l it Procai Ilcia. Adjutant generals of filch Washington april 5, 1841. The major general commanding the army of the sundry other checks of the Bank of Orleans drawn on the mechanics Bank of this City and endorsed by Mitchell were also on being presented to the a Bank yesterday morning marked forged. The amount of the several checks were for $2t 00. They had been sold in Philadelphia on wednesday to several of the City brokers and there As Here every thing seemed to be done in so Plain and fair a manner that there was no room for suspicion. 00 Wail digested wore these High handed transactions that they were carried on without exciting the suspicion of any one of the defrauded parties. In regard to the checks on the mechanics Bank we Are told that they were signed by the cashier or. Edmonds and endorsed As Good. Or. Edmonds however is now in Europe. The following letter we believe was left in the chamber of the forger. His Luggage was left there also and several papers scattered about which indicated a hurried departure. From tie courier and enquirer of Liis it has been very generally rumoured through the City for some Days past that or. C. Mitchell late a member of Congress from the 8 3d congressional District in this state had been guilty of forgery detected and had fled the country for Texas. We last evening received through the Post office the following letter dated on tuesday and purporting to be a Quot Brief statement of facts Quot but in truth giving no fact whatever in regard to his crime. His Appeal such As it is for it is nothing else we Lay before our readers. We do not perceive that he even pretends to any apology for his conduct. New York March 30, 1841. To j. Watson Webb editor of the courier and ii quire r. Sik a As the circumstances connected with my name together with the Public station i have held will give Rise to a Good Deal of comments i deem it not improper to make a Brief statement of facts leaving each one to form such opinion respecting then As he shall choose. It always has been Tho Case so will it be again that As soon As Public reproach attaches to the name of an would secure the National Prosperity when heaven four purposes no doubt Wise in Triem selves but which to us Are inscrutable has seen proper to remove him from life. I it does not become us to murmur at this Melan Nicholy and afflicting dispensation of Providence but we May mourn thu unexpected and irreparable los it of one whose Quot life has been patriotic useful and All parts of our common country without distinction of party will Rympa Timise wit i each other under this great National calamity. But i Lieve what i know of him. If the Harrison government be As we believe item will be air inst the report is there not ground Toi Quot div idea who had been deemed respectable before fear Tiia Thev May be too feeble to resist the War fac Quot Sta Quot Ces Are sought and fabulously pointed out in i Jon this previous history to show that he always had been the Globe of the 8th, save Tho arrival of Thois Quot unworthy member of society. I cannot Hope to a West Chester from new York whence she sailed on i quote Eption to this pervading Rule and i dare say the Lgth february brings certain information that that there will be found plenty of persons ready to the Congress of the United states by the Large a i ear that i had always been a very considerable Ras Crity of 105 against is had voted in favor of the re Iai own that up to this Day never in the port on Tho m Leod affair which was calculated Tow a Quot a course of my life have i done an act with the excite hostilities with England. The subject Beinor in Tention of injuring any human being or of wrong thus taken up by Congress the government must in out of one cent. I have committed course act in conformity with Tho will of the very great errors partly my own partly through to and therefore the Chance of seeing the acts of thei Quot to ers but never never before to Day a crime. How ulterior jurisdiction of the state of new York Over Quot Quot in pm on have been benefited by my Good offi ruled by the finneral government no longer is not for to to say. But i might Appeal to it makes the danger of collision More Imine it than to e whole population of the county of my late Resi it was before. Our citizens viewing it in this Linht it it acc to Bear testimony to my fair and honorable have shown a much i greater degree of alarm regard i of Quot ? Quot a liberality and to my uniform kindness in let Trio question this morning the in they did i Titei Quot whom i was brought into contract with. I of the previous communication and Stock went to Lockport twelve years ago when i arrived i. W o the previous communication and to nixed states and the major general Comiti Anding Bijj. J.2 pi., it immediately after the opening of know a human soul in the county i Lihe militia of the District of Columbia Quot i in business a was just out of my minority i carved out my own charged by the executive Ohi Cors of Tio gov Tiu neuts l2o Coci the effect of Tho in business made Money rapid is death was in some degree reciprocated. I knew him inti mainly and i knew him Well and i now solemnly declare to you that i believe a More pure and devoted Patriot never lived. His whole soul a filled with love of country and an ardent desire for major general , Clun Landing in chief. Ails be Chimp. Imrij. Gen. Walter Jones commanding the militia aids Fleca my. Division of United s aies Light artillery. Squadron of Volunteer cavalry. Battalion of United states marines. Battalion of Volunteer infantry. Most affectionate regard will this event awaken and who surrounded his death bed that he breathed is army Navy and Marine corps on the committee appointed to make arrangements in the West and in Indiana , so lung under e welfare of his fellow men and we learn from the to pay respect to the memory of Gen. Harkison Iii fostering care and always the object of his Pard of the distinguished men Liat formed his Cabinet would inform the Public that a procession be formed on saturday next at 10 o clock at the court House Square and will be marched thence under the direction of the marshals to the place provided for the exercises of the occasion. Addresses. Will be delivered by governor bigger and Rev. w. Beecher and other appropriate exercises will be provided for. The Public Are to net. At the court House Square in time to form the procession it la at 10 o clock. The ladies Are respectfully precisely invited. Notice of the place of me iting and other particulars will be Given hereafter. By order of the committee. D. Maguire can. Feelings of the most poignant grief. President Harrison was a Western Man in the full sense of that expression. Nearly fifty years ago Young Undis languished he came to the West then a wilderness. He has Winc sed its rapid and continually advancing changes has participated in its dangers and privations has per led his life in its defence and has identified Liis own so closely with its history thai tiie one cannot be written without the other. That he was ardently devoted to our country and his last with t he same patriotic and holy sentiment. Officers of the militia Ami Volunteer corps of the resting on his lips. The nation has indeed sustain do District of Columbia Ltd foot. A loss Over which her sons Sli Ould mourn. The to rid to divers of the militia and Volunteer corps of Balti is sustained a lot a Over which humanity is Caliedo a a a Quot a b or Etc Propf Surov .0 shed the sympathizing tear for he was the Columbia of his race in every clime. The West has lost a Ben my clerk of the supreme court. Factor and a Friend which she must deplore in he Rathe mayors of Washington Georgetown and Alex inmost soul. But our loss As citizens of Indiana is Andria. Greater than ail others. We Maas a matter of right i i not of cumbia. Play simians to the president. Lemand the poor but solemn privilege of walking in a eat ii of Gei. Harbison. Our Lown the Union i in mourning. A in Ai Maul has fallen in Israel. Gen. William Henry Harrison has gone to that Bourne whence no traveler returns. Let a nation weep and to clothed in the Hab aliments of woe for it is much i inflicted. The melancholy intelligence reached town last saturday morning. It cast a deep gloom Over our citizens and Many shod tears but none mum Ord. Beciri a of the saddening i Ipen Sal.Ion of an All Wigt re Providence. A Public meeting a imm. Diatel Call re we Iii was attended with Uit i hindi m of parly Tito Piti coding will be found in another column to Wirich the Reader s attention is earnestly invited. Free institutions is amply testified by the actions National procession next the Bier As chief mourn a Loii Quot life. Liat he enjoyed the of his fellow Citize ins in an eminent degree is shown Froni Iii Elevation to the Clerf magistracy of the us veils states by the largest popular vote Ever Given to Auy one for that office. Ers. We with whom he had Long lived for a Hom if up ill bearers. Had again and again per led his valuable life Wel whose infancy he had protected we whom he . Is he did his own children for he told me so have Quot ii ill greater cause than others for grief fur he stood h a w s m pall bearers. Pall bearers. Ing vent to our grief let us turn to the consoling . From the Flection that though dead he has gone where the of his be elixirs from Bis Public administer wicked cease from troubling and the weary Are at .Ion we had every thing to expect and Little to fear or list. H he Lias taken from us. He has been removed from us motion of i or. D. Maguire n. Mccarty Pihis temporary state of existence to one Permane was ii oin Tud Sucre iary. Birl rious Ond eternal and it is our duly to submit in on in Jeliou of d. Maguire Hsih Uco. But of How sudden and a nexis acted has resolved that a committee be appointed to report teen tie chantre. How Uncertain and Fli Cli Ian re it Oil pious Tor the Clun of the Nice King. The Chi Ainuu accordingly Appo suied the following gentlemen As tie commit Alviz messes d. Ala Guire j. M. Moure w. Sneers c. Scudder h. Bas our late venerable and beloved Harrison was thei Mcfurland and j. L. Koscham. Who Huv aug retired a few minutes made through their Clair mail the following report a most solemn and melancholy occasion has convened us. Tue venerable hero statesman and Patriot William Henry Hari Ison has by the dispensations of an All Wise Providence been removed from time to eternity. This event so unexpected and Only president of the United states who died in office and Many therefore May not know on Wiliom the office devolves. For the inform ii a of such we extract the 6ih clause of the 1st Section of the 2d article of the in Caf a of Llie rom Val of twin from of pc or of ins de Atli Effii or to i quota a a a is .1 la tick of a a Iii of flick tie shirt it a ill devolve on Trio vice i , Mil Ili Quot. Law for urn a flt of rain .vi.l, pm in Iii or , to Mil of tie i res Deot a of Vir. Such is the Man whose loss we mourn but in give a ii triple relation of president father am family and relations of the late pros ident and a a the Heads of de Arim its with their chief clerks. Iro Odness of his heart from the of the us died slates. Tie . The Clinef Justice and associate juices of the supreme court and District of tilt United states. The president of the Senate pro Ler pore and s Creary. Senators and of Loci is of the Senate. Fore irn Viiu Siers and suites. United so ates and mexican for the adjustment of claims under the Convent Iii with Mexico. Members of the of representatives and officers. Governors of states and to Iri tories and members of state Legisla Lurt s. Judges of the Cin Uii court of the District of Columbia wish the members of the bar and Ollices of the court. The judges of Tho several states. The comptrollers of the Treasury auditors treasurer Register and solicitor. Commissioners and other civil officers of the government officers and soldiers of the late War who served under the conman a of Tho late president. Corporate authorities of Washington. Corporate aut fiorites of Georgetown. Corporate authorities of Alexandria. Such societies and fraternities As May wish to join the procession to re Orl to the marshal of the District who will assign them their ill human honors and liar eau Joy a. A few Days be-fort3 he was inducted into office. I said him in the s note chamber and he never appeared to me to enjoy better health. I made Itiat remark to him and he told Mihi i health was remarkably Good. Of the fourth Day of March lie delivered his Ina Rural , in a Strong Clear and audible voice i Doir it not but thai he was distinctly heard at the uttermost verge of the immense audience. He was a considerable time Sadhe delivery As Fie Spok slowly and distinctly evidently desiring that each individual should hear a Dis Imet expression of Liis opine in from fits own Mouth and Gratifying Quot Tho Price District a majority of Over one Hundred not another in Tho House of lords on the evening of the st person on the same ticket received any majority at reference to the Congress report its effects upon i it thing both counties i am willing to admit funds &c., was malt be by the Earl of mount Chancl l at there is a shocking sight of Humbug a this who Felt disposed to doubt the authority of the especially at this Day and Date but the intent and appeared to suspect that it had been got Ier the people of the 33d congressional were hum up purposes. He thou Glit that it bugged into electing me to Congress when 1 was not genuine a document More violent had never been worthy is for them to decided i have been accused penned by one country suspecting on outlier and he put y enemies of being a great intrigue re of being a the questions to lord Melbourne whether her a great schemer in other matters they will take upon sttovernmcnicon., document genuine i selves no doubt great credit for their sagacity or not and Wilether any official information had been a a by characterizing me. Received on the a us oct s Mig Littell a tale that would be very interesting lord Melbourne replied that he was not Able to an to a great Many people but i hav it Tim now to do it ser questions but he apprehended that in a i am going to that Region where i expect to find a doubt could be entertained of the authenticity of the Gay a Good As myself and quite As got Das them document. Leave behind me. _ most important intelligence. I i write this calmly Early in the morning after a a Squadron ordered to America. Sleepless night. my feelings Are no one can the tunes and other papers state As a positive fun Cal i Quot Quot Quot a i have before me a path in ironed with that some part of Tho Squadron believed to consist of i Quot i Quot Zinent peril. I shall be a murderer All the Days ten sail of the line which had been engaged in Iho to it of Rny life in an unknown land leaving behind to Cost us Ria had been suddenly ordered to the coast i it i Muis and Kindred that Are nearer and dearer to a of America to Sun Nort the remonstrance of the Brit l an my own heart s blood who must a share m ish Mui ister or. Fox against the Quot judicial murder a a disgrace Winch attaches to me. I leave behind of Mcleod Quot i Quot a May throw his pro infantry for Halifax. Testing Arm around . Is All that say. Am the Aho states that Quot three battalions Hadil punished sufficiently for ail that i have done a been put sudd. Uly under orders for Halifax Quot and Why death to me were absolute Relief but i cannot adds Quot god knows How the Home service of the realm a Quot lace it. I have canvassed the whole ground Over Coull be furnished after their carefully. There were presented the Atli is trays Quot War with America must and will is surely follow upon the murder of Mcleod As Tacq to Renmin and meet my Fate in the eyes of All who Lii lit of Folio is the Darkne a of night Bui knew me to commit suicide or to tree the this War will be a War without any definite Timve decided upon the latter and fur the single Rea a it cd except revenge for Aii injury which cannot be a a ii that i May possibly yet live to Rescue Niy Namo from every stigma Wirich rests or May rest upon it. C f. Mitchell. N. B. I shall be pursued no doubt Init it will a useless. I shall not be brought Back for if i were id be overtaken i have provided myself with two con Tingent friends either of which will Simre Motha Cortili cation of being brought Back like a were under any circumstances preferable to that. Police officers messes. Broyer and Mcgrat i went in Pursuit of Mitchell yesterday afternoon leaving in the train for Philadelphia. Overwhelming is civil Clatt d to throw a gloom did an attentive and listening audience hang in Quot he r i f &Quot.="the Liole country and to Call Forth a nation s More confiding rapture upon the delivery of an .m-,, to Ere occurrence since the death of the Ilius Riou it a a Quot Quot. Or a by Natl i c Etc Cua. B to i i i i. I. Congress immediately passed the necessary Law fou rider of our Republic has been calculated to pro or Tyler the vice president will in pursuance i Duce a deeper sensation or to a More prot Jund the requisition of the Constitution no Hume the presi regret than the thrilling intelligence which has Dency. In Case of his deut i the president pro upon our ears. Without attempting the use of the u. S. Senate will be , and in the event there be no such officer the Sii Raker of the House of represent Sivos Wil discharge the duties of Llinat Lingl station. By the Bye Here is an apparent inconsistency which we confess we cannot understand nor reconcile the Constitution requires a Man of be a native of language to describe our emotions suffice it to say that As in life general Harrison received the highest evidence of the Katimi s Confidence and gratitude so in death his memory will be embalmed in every a Triol s heart. In View of the Mournful circumstances which have thus suddenly called us together address. He closed with the Sam distinct and ii dial voice with which he commenced giving evidence of or it Jal mental and constitutional vigor. He saw himself on that occasion installed i nto the highest office on Earth elevated by the will of a great and free people with All his honors thick upon him while he was apprised by the expression of the Public voice which he had recently received that his countrymen were looking confidently to him As one of the instr avenged. From Ftp new York lip eps april 2. Cir mrs s it. Mitch ill the work a we were Lasi Evnin Niue with some startling facts re pc Ting the iniquity of Charles f. Mitchell sex member of Congress from the Niagara District in this slate. Fearing that a Public exposition might diminish the chances of arrest and Ai Quot die t of the officers of Justice who Are now in Piir suit. Of Theofi rider to declined bringing his guilty loan Aliu a to the Light of Day. Tivey Are however perfectly notorious and their Developer nent Nas created great excitement in this City As they must where Ever the infamous transactions Are known. The letter from or. Mitchell addressed to the editors of the courier and enquirer which to publish is a sufficient confession but not what it purports to be a Brief statement of Tho facts which the forger has omitted to slate us nearly As we can learn them Are As follows or. Mitchell came to this City some ten Days since from Washington a a disappointed applicant for the office of Navy agent. He took lodgings at the Astor House and was understood to be an applicant for in. Office Here which there was no probability he Couch obtain. As his character was not above reproach at Washington so it was not in Good repute Here when past transactions had made it More of Iii probable Thoi Pitt lacked at integrity of character. The Eftic respective position. Citizens and strangers. The troops designated to form the escort will As of a last guilt and present disappointments it is thou Gln semble in the Avenue North of the preside no s Lionso l Liim to commit a bolder and .Ion infamous crime and form line precisely at 11 o clock a. M. On Ive in than ony of which he had been before guilty. Of mesday the Ullh instant with its Rig lit copt. Vinci a tuesday last lie was in Wall Street Ond Throupe cents under Providence to perpetuate the Ino Stimable Gold s company of Light artillery. Resting opposite some of his Acqulin Tarico who confided too much ii blessings of our free institutions. His health con the Western Gate. Jhio Honor and honesty obtained an introduction to president Harrison on the 23th instant had a Large dinner party composed of prominent men of both parties. Among them were or. Adams and col. Johnson. The spy in Washington col. Divcic though he must have Felt like a cat in % strange Garret seemed the Imp yest of tiie Happy a cracked jokes gave toasts and in the excess of his Delight almost hugged or. Adams. He entreated the venerable sex president to visit the West and said if lie would Only come >0 see him at the great Cros sings he would do anything for Iii in the mrs Adams thanked him Kiu Vily but intimated that he feared he was now too old to visit the great crop Ivr Irmo Ink. \t4ot of j. It nil s Kiwitt fior Blue writing Ink acc Civet and fur Sutic at attic drug store of a non Cirii Innman pc . Cash two will a Ivo tie hug list Marlitt Pri Roin Cash of Ginseng beeswax and clean Ripe , delivered it our drug store in Loa Svitic by. Iiiarch2-2in-jomr.l 50 Wilson. Putter k. Smith

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