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Kansas Weekly Herald (Newspaper) - October 20, 1854, Leavenworth, Kansas7 j y i i "4r j. Erri j sect. 2. And be. It further acted that there be and is hereby appropriated to be expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Navy for the purpose above specified and for altering comple Ting and launching the frigates Santee at. Kittery Anco Sabine fit new York the Sura of three millions of dollars out Ofahey Money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved april6, 1854 n acct for the Benefit of citizens and occupants of the town of Council a Lars. In to.1t- be it enacted by the so flite and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled that the judge of the county court As such Lor the county of Ottaw Ottamie in the state of Iowa. Be. And he is hereby. Authorized to enter at the proper land office by paying therefor at the rate of one Dollar Ana Twenty five cents the acre me West half of the Southwest Quarter of Section thirty the West half of the North we St Quarter of Section fair to on e. In township number seventy five North of Range forty thre e West the Southeast Quarter and the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section Twenty five and the Northeast Quarter Ana the East Nan o the Northwest Quarter of Section thirty is x in township seventh five e. North of Ranore in Rev four West in said state x f Iowa Trust for the several use and Benefit of the Ozeima its thereof according to their respective interests the execution of which Trust As to the disposal of said land and the proceeds of the sales thereof to be conducts in dlr Inch Mips and to relations As Are prescribed by the legislative Assembly of the state of Iowa in an act entitled an act regulating the disposal of lands purchased in Trust Tor town Sites approved Januar two nov to o. Eighteen Hundred and fifth to o. Or As Mav hereafter be prescribed by the legislative Assembly of said state of Iowa provided that any act of said judge not in conformity to the rules and Regula Lions herein alluded to shall be void and of none of text and provided also whatnot a intr herein contained shall affect Preem p Tion or other rights that May have accrued under any other act of Congress. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted that tin entry contemplated m this act shall be made within twelve months from the Date of the Nassarre Hereof and a Patent shall1 o Issue for said land As in other cases. Approved april 6, 1s54. " Cap. Xxxv. An act to establish additional land districts in th.3 territory of Minnesota be it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled Lii at Lor the Sale of the Public lands to which the Indian title has been extinguished by the recent treaties or which May hereafter be extinguished within their limits in the Minnesota territory West of the Mississippi River there is hereby created four additional land districts bounded As follows to wit All that portion situated Between the Northern Boundary of the state of Iowa and the line which divides townships one Hundred and five and one Hundred and six of the fifth principal Meridian and extend ing from the Mississippi to the big Sioux Rivers shall comprise one of said districts to be called the Root River District. All that portion laying Between the township line last mentioned and the line dividing townships one Hundred and ten and one Hundred and eleven and Letwen said Riv ers shall constitute another of said districts to be called the Winona District. All that portion situated North of the District last mentioned and South of the line which divides townships one Hundred and fifteen and one Hundred and sixteen and Between the Rivers above mentioned except the townships recently surveyed West of the Mississippi River from the fourth principal Meridian to include the reservation at fort Snelling the. Whole of which townships shall be attached to and constitute a part of the Minneapolis District shall constitute a third District to be designated the red Wing District and All that portion situated North of the limits last described South of the line dividing townships one Hundred and Twenty and one Hundred and Twenty one Between the Mississippi River and the treaty line which runs from the big Sioux River to Lake travers together with All the fractional townships one Hundred and Twenty on e situated East of the Range line dividing ranges Twenty fou r and Twenty five e West shall comprise the fourth District to be known As the Minneapolis District. And All the residuary portion of said lands situated North of the line which divides townships one Hundred and Twenty and one Hundred and Twenty one and West of Range Twenty four West of the fifth principal Meridian and West of the Mississippi River extending to the Drift woo d and the red River of the North shall be and is hereby attached to the District of lands subject to Sale at Sauk rapids. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted that the president of the e United states be and he is hereby authorized to appoint by and with the advice and consent of the Senate a Register and receiver of the Public moneys for each of the said new districts Here by created who shall respectively be required to reside at the site of their offices and who shall have the same Powers per form the Sama. Duties and be entitled to the same compensation As Are or May be prescribed by Law in relation to other land Ulii cers of the United states. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that the president is authorized to cause the Public lauds in said districts with the exception of such As have been or May be re served for Ether purposes to be exposed to Sale in. The same manner and upon the same terms and conditions As the other Public lands of the United states. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted that the president is Credy authorized to., Des Ignate the location of the offices for said new districts and change the same when Ever in his opinion the Public Good shall require it Sovei april 12, 1854. . Xvi. An act establishing a and office in the lower Peninsula of Michigan. Be it enacted Baths Senate and House of Foj j Ica in Congress assembled. That All those part3 or portions of the lower Peninsula of the. State of Jaich Igan Wain is situated North of the Fine which divides townships 20 and Twenty on e f 21 Yand All the por Tion of. The upper Peninsula which lie Sputh of. The line do Ding Tott ships forty on e 41 and forty Tiv q 42 and West of Jange twelve 12 West together with All the islands in Green a the Straits or Mack inac and Lake Huron and Michigan which Are situated North of the township line first herein mentioned and within the Limus of said state exclusive of Drummond s Island and its islets be and the same is hereby included in land District to be called the Cheboygan land District and for the Sale of the lands in said District there shall be a land offic e established at such Point therein As the president shall select f. Sec 2. Arid be if futher enacted that the president by and with the. Advice and consent of the Senate shall appoint one Reg ister and one receiver of the land office in said District who shall reside at the place designated for the land office receive such compensation give Security and discharge All duties pertaining to such office As Are prescribed by Law. 7 approved j april 20, 1854. Chap. Xvii. An act to authorize the school i commissioners of fractional township isum r t. M to. 1 Ber line or Range Munger a in Rast 111 Ala Bama to locate one half Section of land for school purposes. Re it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America m Congress assembled 1 hat the school commissioners of fractional township.1 i number one 01 Range Nui Hiuer ice , situated in the District of land subject to Sale at . Alabama be and is hereby authorized to enter free of charge in lieu of the lands to which they Are entitled by nov Nevis Tor Law one halt Section. 01 land. ,. In Legal subdivision anywhere m Saiu Iown Shin with a View to the ultimate Cove Niepp. Of the citizens of said township and the Quality of soil for school purposes and said lands thus located shall be governed by Thyl Samn Laws rules and regulations As is the school sixteenth Section in said state of Al Nhonma. Sen. 2. And be it further enacted that it shall be the duty of said school commissioners to locate and report within two years what lands they have entered to the commissioner of the general Viand race at Washington and it shall be his duty non the receipt of such report of location to withdraw from Sale the said lands and the title thereto shall be valid As in six tenth sections heretofore granted in the new states. Arra oved april 20, 1854. Chap. Lit. An act to Amend the third Section of the act making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic expenses of govern ment for the year ending the thirtieth of june Eileen Hundred and fifty four and for other purposes. It it enacted by the Senate and House of representatives of the United states of America in Congress assembled 1 hat 01 the clerks authorized by the third Section of the act approved March third eighteen Hundred and fifty three entitled an act making appropriations Lor the civil and expenses of government for the year ending the thirtieth of june eighteen Hundred and fifty Lou a those of the nest class shall receive a salary of twelve Hun dred dollars per annul those of these cond class a salary of fourteen Hundred Dol Lars per annul those of the third class a salary of sixteen Hundred dollars per annul and All clerks not provided for in this act performing the same or similar duties with any one of the classes shall receive the same compensation As is allowed to such class and the clerks employed in the Cen sus Bureau shall be paid during the present fiscal year the same As is hereby allowed to clerks of the second class. Sec. 2. And be it further enacted that the stamp and Blank agent for the Post of fice department receive the same salary As clerks of the second class provided for in the first Section of this act and an addition of Twenty per cent is hereby added to the Pav now authorized by Law to each of the messengers packers labourers and watch men of the Merent executive departments of the government in Washington to tie clerks Emo loved at the Navy Var d and Marine Barracks at Washington to the clerk messenger and labourer in the once of com missioner of Public buildings doorkeeper and assistant doorkeeper at the executive mansion Public Gardener labourers employed in the Public grounds and presi Dent s Fra Den two additional watchmen Ani the police at the Capitol watchmen employed at the president s Riouse and reservation number two. Lamplighter the Gen eral superintendent the draw keepers of the Bridges across the Eastern Branch and Potomac and that the provisions of these cond Section of the act of August thirty first eighteen Hundred and my two making apron rations " for the civil and diplomatic expenses of the government for the year Andinor the thirtieth of june eighteen Hun dred and fifty three a be and is Here by extended to such persons Herem enumerated who were in employment during the fiscal Vear. And were excluded from the Benefit of said act by the decision of the comptroller of the Treasury. Sec. 3. And be it further enacted that instead of the salaries now allowed by Law to the superintendent of the census and to the assistant postmasters general they shall each receive the same salary that is paid to the assistant Secretary of the treas Ury. X. Sec. 4. And be it further enacted that the increased compensation provided for in this act shall commence from the first Day of july eighteen Hundred and titty three and the necessary Money to carry. This act into effect is Jie Reby appropriated out of any Money in the Treasury. Not otherwise appropriated provided that nothing Here in contained shall be construed As making an appropriation for any period beyond the fifty fou r. 7 approved april lbs. Gov. Baffler. Of penn., is reported very ill with the Larj Lamarion of the. Bowies and it is thought that he will not recover. The Herald. Wmk Osso i we a l Adams estors. " Friday dissolution the Copartnership Between. Whf. A of boat and. We. It Adams has been this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. All debts contracted by said partner of r carrying on said business will be paid by of. dams and Al debts due said Nam must be. Paid to nun. E. V ii to Osborn -wmvh.vada51s. With the present number of the Herald my connection As one of its editors and proprietors cease s. Its course hitherto Lias Trust met the approbation of the advocates of popular sovereignty As asserted in the Nebraska Kansa s Law in every part of our country. Its neutrality on the. Exciting subject of slavery has not been questioned. Wits course will without doubt be the same As heretofore. As such 1 commend it to the patronage of a generous Public be Lieving that its Agency in bringing about a peaceful adjustment of the soon to be settled in this territory will be most salutary. I leave " the Herald with the Best wishes for its Success May its pub Lishers Prosper in carrying on the Good work which i flatter myself i have had some Agency in commencing Well l to the Public i return my sincere thanks for the encouragement and commendation the her Ald has received. To my Brethren of ther press i owe a debt of lasting gratitude for the Many flattering notices they have be stowed upon the past course of this paper with thu Bricf Farewell i retire glad to escape the hardships and vexations Inci Dent to conducting a press on an extreme Frontier and under the critical circumstances attending this. J we. J. Osborn. To the patrons of the Herald we again appear before the Public As the conductor of the press. " having Pur chased an interest in the Lerald and invested our Means in the establishment there by connecting our interests with its Prosperity we shall do our utmost to Merit a Liberal support.1 having been " connected with the press for a number of years in other places we enter upon the discharge of our duties with a full knowledge of the responsibility resting upon us knowing that much depends upon the proper exer Cise of the Liberty of the press. The Liberty of speech and the Liberty of the press is one of the invaluable rights. Of Man and while we shall respect the opinions of. Oth ers we shall freely express our own upon All subjects proper for. Newspaper discus Sion. The Herald is the first and Only paper now published in the Young and flourishing territory of Kansas. We shall aim. To make it the Herald of glad tidings to All who Are interested in the growth and Prosperity of the far we stand. Especially in the development of the vast resources of this Young territory which is advancing with rapid strides to wealth and greatness. Everything tending to improve our country and Benefit the people shall. Receive our Hearty support. All eyes Are now turned to Kansas territory. Its vast agricultural Mineral and other resources together with its Central position to the Pacific must make it a Point of Trade and Commerce r already capital 1 its and enterprising citizens from All portions of the Union Are coming. Into the country. The territory is rapidly filling up with an enlightened industrious and enterprising people and soon she will be knocking at the door for admission into the Union As one of the states of this a mighty confederacy. To in the organization of the government and in the formation of its institutions we shall labor Fai fully and earnestly Tor tie great principles5 of the Nebraska Kansas Bill the right of the people to regulate their own affairs. Believing in the capacity to the people for self government we i think the citizens of Kansas territory Are As Ca Pabie Oitana nagg Meir own to Mesic Ai fairs As the Congress of the United states or any other Power. Now. That this principle is established which is alike deaf to us All it wig Jesus to exercise the privileges thus granted in a spirit of. Calmness and Deube ration. Jau being alike interest in the Prosperity ii the country what affects one portion of the people for weal or woe must have a cof responding effect upon the other. We in common yith Pur fellow citizens have our own yaws but we shall not. Up Deavor to Force them upon others. A it is but natural that men to a1 greater or less extent in oui cd inclined 10 Pricr uie Insu uvious 01 their own Tye presume we ave feelhig8vj? pc us subject a proper times will give our. Views Ana a pies accor Aaice As our Good Juan me of May dictate in without reference to the action Oto tuers Fly Isis a tree country Tere pry. Mali car a right do As he pleases holding himself amenable to the Laws of the country for the abuse of. That privilege. R a ". " the Adist Ratiani of president Pierce meets. With of Hearty Rappac Talnad i Dent Spain Tasanee and Primacy of the Princi Ples of the socratic tar be Anu Niosi . Re def j As Pis reception address meets our Hearty approbation. A his his tory in old democratic Pepi Sylvania gives an Earnest that Neis the Tery Man for these troublous and vexau6ustimes."l4he is sound Ana Aunis views Ana Nis efforts will. Doubtless be to preserve Law and order ,.jand Advance the interests of the territory. As such the1 Herald will Ive ins a. Worm support. Be have embarked m this j Enterprise with to pursue. Thei Light and Coli demo the wrongs the Herald while under our control shall be text free from a sectional e we Huegi Ance to any Man or Selof men and there fore Shaf keep the ? paper free from All cliques and factions f. Our general vt4ws and in tibents on All political subjects. Be ing Velv known we deem it useless at this time to enter More into detail r t this address has Bee n hastily written we submit it however it b the Public and solicit a generous patronage. 10 the freeze we freely unfurl our nag inscribed on its folds the Constitution strict adherence to its Charier and against jux. Latitus Dixous construction of it the Union As it is and the. Great fundamental principles of the democratic party it. J this being our motto we our Little bark to sea expecting to out rid e the storm Ana que me ratings 01 la Nail ism a Ojiem or it ome from the abolitionists of the North or the extremists of the South. With this Brief addressee. Submit our claims and ask that we be fairly tried and if found worthy we know j of will rally to our Aid j. Lucian j. Platte org tvs. V we have always reckoned As 1. Among the inalienable rights of american freemen the privilege of acting speaking and writ ing As see meth proper to each individual taking care at the same time hot to inter Fere with the rights of others. We know not that there is any other of so much importance As to counteract this. The Liberty of the press is guaranteed by our Laws and constitutions. The privilege is a sacred one and lies at the foundation of Pur Liber ties. We As Well As our neighbors Are answerable to Public a Pintori and the Public tribunals for the abuse of this right. We shall not surrender one Jot or Tittle of. Our prerogative at the dictation of any Man or any whoever compels us in this matter makes us to that extent a slave an d whoever attempts Tbs put such compulsion upon us Haa shown a mind to manacle our free will and make us write. And speak As the slave does the work of his master now be it known to the Platte Argus that the editors of the Kansas Herald Are free men and that they have a full share of the obstinacy characteristic of our race. " or a we Are led to these remarks by. An article in the last number of the Platte Argus in which we Are commanded to speak but on the subject of slavery in this the lash is suspended Over us and its. De scent is conditional upon our answer. W whatever maybe our private l sentiments on the topic in question our self respect and own estimate of Cir rights ,.As men would prevent an answer to demand made with All the insolence and hauteur of the despot to a crouching slave. We sincerely desire the relations of Amity with the Jar go s. We have seen its editors grow. Up from children w have watched diem win Ning their Way with commendable Industry and Correct department s to their present Prosperity. ,. We. Rejoice in their Success would be too Odd for them to. Assume the relation of masters towards us. H x " Kansas territory was by sized by an act of Congress giving to its people the absolute right to dispose question of slavery the cherished principle of popular sovereignty in theler Rit ories was conceded by the act. 1 it pro seeded upon a pres tempt Ion that the people were the Best arbiters of their Ovyn Wal Iii tons. That they i had the intelligence to judge of their n own j wants and the discretion to chose Liose. Best suited to their condition. Rit was not Contemp he Ted of Tanata cism would contribute to a judicious decision. Unto this time the people of Kansas have. Dwelt together in then utmost Harmony and Good Leigh Barship 1 they Haver ministered to wants and Practised he i Molly offices of social life towards each other with out " reference to opinions l agitation As riot raised its Hydra Heads among us. Discord has not arrayed our citizens in opposition to each other in a . Hrs Attr Attiqa psf All Jobu ejects w Pirc fictive no Mir can raft late. Ii fhe fanatic of of the noradtfinldas1 of Couta Sayene comparatively Little harm for the reason that i they have been Jit a Safe distance from each other in this Terri Bry the hostile elements Are brought together face to face. The Thatte arg i s o give the Sig Nal for the onslaught. This we respectfully decline doing at the same time suggest ing to of of that to of attending Taihei interests and Atmore strict Observance olt the eleventh commandment. V Ilyf " a Ito my. Cc19,"1854. Messrs., edit pm i i observed Kansas Herald of. Date. 13, communication signed Veritas an dated at marys Ville on the big Blue Kiver kith writer Bas. Not overrated the advantages j which that Point really Coin Manisa Des tined to Lecome a lae Arij flourishing City. Upari the present . J Ite whilst., passing through the territory to s Alt Lake City and Back with my trains gave me ample rime and to thoroughly acquaint myself with the country in and adjoining Marysville. In Point of. Agriculture it vis destined not to be surpassed by any portion of the country having the River mulatto or alluvial deposited Jchick is so. Well known. As being the most productive of the various Stratas of soil and will unquestionably pro Duce in abundance t the vanity of Grain How so. Successful by and remunerative by grown by the planter inhabiting the Bot Toms of thereat. Missouri River and hemp and tobacco Ivill make a great por Tion of the Staple grown Here. The surtout iding country is Well sup sued with an abundance. 01, the various. Species of Timber so essentially indispensable for farming As Well As j building Pur " " poses. Tie Large number of emigrants which Are now annually passing r this Point for ores on Ca forma and. Deseret entering the territory from Independence Weston and est. Joseph invariably concentrate at Marysville and remain encamped for a time in order to. Refresh their teams. And cause necessary repairs to be. Made likewise the great number of traders in the Western territories also pass Here on their Way in Ward arid this source will con sume All the products of Grain cultivated and for it the Farmer will in return receive ready Cash. Al has been remarked by the traders that this Point will at no very Distant. Day forma successful competitor with us Louis in furnishing goods r for the Western and Buth Western Indian trades. Marysville being on a direct Western line of the great Railroad now completed from the Eastern Atlantic sea boar d to the Mississippi River arid the continuation of a Railroad now in successful operation towards completion from Hannibal to St. Joseph and from a careful examination the Road r will unquestionably be continued Westward through the Vaizey of 1 the great Nemah towards its head Waters thence to the Valley of the big Blue River and Centre at this particular Point. It passes from St. Joseph through a Rich arid Fertile Valley to the Blue which will afford a Large arid profitably source in the transportation of her produce to the East. The Mineral wealth which unquestionably at ends West of the Blue must arrest the attention of capitalists and feb Trivan incentive powerful in itself tothe speedy construction of a Railroad to this Point for the shipment of f her products these facts Are the result of Long experience on the Western Plains arid. To. Me observing who have examined. Ana passed country will readily coincide i have con fined myself to facts alone which every Voy Ager can. Substantiate and in conclusion per Init me to ask your indulgence for my somewhat lengthy letter. T a. G.-. Vermont. A the legislature of the state of Vermont assembles on the 10thinst tuesday next two United states senators Are to be Cho sen during the session 11 one will be for the Teri Wainder oath e term Riding March 3d, 1855, Ter dered vacant first by the death of Fri Upham next try the failure of the legislature to elect Success by to or. Phelps whom the governor appointed temporarily arid lastly by 1 the refusal of the Senate to acknowledge Fri Phelps fright to his seat after the of the legislature a the other election is to be fori the full term of six years Brinin March 4,1 18551. It is supposed Hig will be elected. F Washington Union 1 1 Rev Tyre formerly of i Boone died at Lexington monday Enwrig fast.1 of top did fever. C had but recent 1 removed to that place As pastor by the Baptist Church there. He Wasa it tag Man but h Ai left a Ria Tirb behind him Ahat will lire on the pages of the religious his tar y a Cluny. A v -. V. 2. A a " r in swe understand that the democrats of the Ashland congressional District z in Kentucky will assemble in class meeting at Lexington on the 27th Hist. For the7 Pur i pose of laying Down their positions in favor of the principles of the Nebraska Bill and the general policy of the . told-4irh-3 l believe our aut Lior that som e portions of the Delaware treat will be altered next willing to sell out without Reserve the interests of the. Embryo state demand the change and he settler s. Who have made claim s and Intro demerits on the Delaware lands will Justice done therii7 Tetour minds. The Ter , a pecuniary compers Piodi for the entire lands and afro Essian in fee Sirini Pleqi j6fx acres to Juch to remain Rethey Rareigh a Quival Ceritto those we Spreter to go else where.5 s it to t2 ii a has the changed already the Delaware. Chiefs Don t know ii if it is. And yet there Are rumours evidently not baseless that l4here has been alterations openly or co ertl slide the agent is said to have declared that Only one half of the sum treaty would be paid this month and the other half in Spring and we Are further. Informed that the Delaware chiefs have held a Council in which it was resolved not to accept an instalment of their Money or to have the whole by Nories 1 they Are quite right too for the commissioner of Indian affairs says All the moneys ready for payment. An Zirri portrait item for information7 would be Ari answer to the questions who is the treaty Troy Trolli no Power what business has any agent or missionary to try to spec ulate with the funds of the. Indians ?. Surely or Robinson is not taking such of the red men liberties with the property we have been told of some scheming also with the fund soothe shawnees Pur posing to give goods instead of Money e superintendent of Lydiab at fairs in Kansas territory it May be proper for him to look7 at he matter and see that the red me n under his jurisdiction Are not defrauded Parkville luminary. T j i find general Cass. We announced some time since that Gen Cass had addressed the democratic state convention of Michigan and that tie upheld the True doctrines of democracy arid eni Orcea ii Iem Simun ins a Jeat ,. At the same time we expressed our anxiety to see a full report of this speech. We have desire this not. Only because we knew that it would exert an extensive in fluence n the Public mind but because we have seen his remarks As reported made the subject of severe criticism by the Rich mond enquirer. We Felt satisfied that the strictures of that journal were not Justi hed by tiny thing said by Gen. Cass and we did not doubt that the publication of the speech. Would furnish the most Complete refutation of the attack made upon him. The de troit free press replies to tee. Enquirer with quite As much severity As characterized the attack. We regret that two democratic Jour rials occupying such High. Positions should be engaged in so unpleasant a controversy. In the course of his remarks the editor of the free. Press gives the substance of Gen. Cass s speech As ii Iowa v., t a. Gen. Cass had the temerity in his re Marks before the. State convention to say that he did not regard slavery with favor that he was thankful that he lived in a. Free state that it was not strange that Northern sentiment was opposed to slavery that the Nebraska Kansa s act did not open those territories to slavery but left the people thereof at Liberty to establish it or reject it. As they saw fit cd. He said in effect. At the same time that it was the duty of the people of the North to perform All their obligations to the people of the South in re Spect to slavery that it was Ari i institution that the people of every state in the Union could establish or abolish at their pleasure without asking the assent of Congress or of any other state. He in Short took the same View of the whole subject that he has time and again taken in the Senate the View that every enlightened statesman and every sensible Man in the Union , in the remarks of general Cass on the subject of slavery the. Senti ments entertained by All Northern men. As is Well remarked by the b ree press the sentiments of. General Cass Are those entertained by Douglas Toucey Bright and Dodge and if general Cass is to be denounced for their utterance then Are they too subject to tie same strictures. Such a course amounts to a repudiation 01 an Nonn or n men As uns buried and urine table on the slavery is not the. Southern conservative sentiment. The South wants Northern men to stand by its institutions As they Are guaranteed and protected by the Constitution this general Cass did in the. Very speech so severely criticised. Whether he looks with favor or t Disfavour on Sla very is a matter of minor moment to South pm men so Long As he lends the weight Cri. R this great name to the maintenance. 01 Meir against the aggressions and assaults f abolitionism. He has been tie great Champion of the doctrine of non intervention whih the South claimed As its Peculiar position instead of censure he has entitled himself to the gratitude of All Iasi Obriai Frieri whether Kythe North or the South. Whet Nero he s repaid for his patriotic services with Cerise re or i gratitude he Willitt filter or Sto Short i ride option to itt lat Umb we Osc he so heartily weeks to secure Washington Fri i. a i Al is the be w York express Iri Yie of the confusion of the parties Iju new work and the Union or the whigs frees Oiler and att the Isis. Under the Savirie Banner thus j expresses itself a Hirv u m j o. By rather Bdl of or old. Politicians such As we Are educated in theold Gay bad Webster school of politics now that these revered in their grave Yards Takeem the run Fqy Oriel Tessand whether we belong to Saratoga i Syracuse or Auburn it is father hard to Teu Reading All these proceedings .l-u.,r. In a a Uain t. G Ilc spor i note. S if ii i j i i i t i Ivi r. If if ill. Is a

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