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Lewisburg Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 17, 1856, Lewisburg, PennsylvaniaLewisburg chronicle by o. N. Worden amp j r. Cornelius. As in ski is Dent Asp Allws Joi sat. Lewisburg. Union co., pa., Friday oct. 17, 1856. Year number #03. A a a at $1,00 per Yevko always re Advance. A a i Clur chronicle. In Lute. It. A lha. , of thl a it a in i it or it chit a i , Westmoreland co., oct. 8, 1s50. F Aud religious interests involved in tic politics and per Tivao As Well a �i1 the other calender of glorious Days for the cause of the people Mil the Cou tit ution u against the can a of nullification Tod a us cry pro politic and preacher. Cd it Elltion a a Inal in another column will be found a. R u letter from her a clue 1l by t a a Orne a with Ita do Monico attributes of time pastor of. Church at new Hru Osytek Jorj and rape and robber and to new Jeremy sow Gree i?7 railed murder on tha Plain of Kansas with Vio University at Lew Burg i x it railed 0uj in 0bc.ulf the states Forth by a letter from senator bugler a be future an �?z5�.orwh.h hate by that my by copies a i a incr Viu Ouw mat to very Many in not All m oq1 Lack Wilh Judici it a m�0j. The clergymen in the North than inti a Fiji ,0 the and he ting them into the political Arena Ami Rig jul m to i a st in the dread and Laving himself open to the searching a to due of Iho present hour a when retort which lie has received. It will lie observed that while the a Pennsyl Vanian a the leading democratic press Pray men who will follow the dictates of in Pennsylvania is edited by Rev. Theophilus , a univer Aliat preacher and there Are ministers of All denominations to say nothing of the whole corps of Catholic priests and mormon elders who sup met the Buchanan party yet that party have since the �?o3.000 ministers Quot of new England remonstrated against the iniquitous repeal of the Missouri Compromise been constantly engaged in denouncing ministers of the Cospel for a interfering in politics Quot and the abuse heaped upon the Heads of those who labor against the Extension of slavery has Beca unsparing. Senator Bigler a Quot open letter Quot is a censure Aud speak of these subjects we May speak on other subjects but when these arc cd grossing tha deepest feeling of the people this has been another great Day to the t for whom we tui ister we must wok among team a though we were of another and an Nureta de Eph Era. 11 let them a doubtless you have heard in said a a confine themselves to Thair own vocation. Let them attend to holy things and but a tile their tarred vestments in the filthy Pool of politics 1&Quot As if clergymen bad not like mechanics adj Farmers and editor and senators besides ten in special calling also the Gena rat and most Noble calling of a citizen and a Man As if they and their children Ware not interested in tic measures which their government May pursue As if they Acra not equally competent with tha generality of people to understand what would to for tha Good of the country and what to idea of politics in Ita True and lofty sense tha noblest Sunjy next to religion and coupled with it by Sidney As together the main concern of Man Tho science which show How the Bent Good of men in the state is to he secured this their groveling minds would degrade to a rivalry of greedy office seeker a squabble for Tho loaves and fish a of patronage a Wardship Over the offal a supreme and to our interest Aud duty to rid them Elre at once of the Nirina. Institution 1 never knew relations of his people and from time to one who advocated any other Means. I men who love their cuu utry and their race Pray while they Verk and will Pote a they their judgment and their conscience and not the behead of party or insult log appeals to their womanly fears but working praying voting will March Forward to such a Victory fur the right and Inch an overthrow of the wrung a will lend the Huu Oda of nullification Bowling to their kennels Aud Seal the doom of All Inch fur All time. But i Only sat Down to make a Brief statement of facts that friends East May know what friends West Are doing and gather fresh Conroy fur the mighty struggle. Yesterday the spam Cracy tried a mass meeting Here in this Thair ancient stronghold. It was As Strong a they could make it but not Strong enough for their purposes. To Day the friends of Freedom time indicate the motives which ought to influence them in discharging their duties Here As elsewhere do by Tho transmission of turn a document in auth circumstances proclaim. 1 thank you for it Ami shall Endeavor to comply according to my honest convictions with your implied Rie Immen Dation i quite agree with your severe reprehension of a a Para Eider hurling his anathema against i fellow Man men ? for their Roth tical opinion Fri the pulpit reared have read indeed that Frederick Douglass it Emond and some few other men who have themselves tasted the sweets of bondage have talked of compelling emancipation and i should not wonder in Case even you or i with manhood no Way More Dublo and an clique Are greatly inferior to that of Fred. Douglass bail enjoyed his experience we should speak somewhat extravagantly of the remedies f.,r slavery hut you May meet a Hundred abolitionist before Yon will fiut one who upholds viol known facts without still More Senou by damaging their credit in respect to common Amoy / what matters it then that Theodore Darker and Garrison have denounced the the journal of a Mart or the i Enn al mime in but the character of Ita a fruits i in danger of Rai Twig the question in simple minds whether in Hia politics relation an k lit or or a senator May not Constitution a it hopelessly entangled with or stably Exchange atone juts and tittles slavery and have also shown themselves of the logical a trient a for a decent prow a cats or that Tho a ,if there lice of Good comm it a m a reality. I have no in such a paper has spoken Bird of to doubt it is Moro Widry taken by clergy course of the tract society ? or that either men than any a tor Vular Pip r in the of these advocated if it did. Which Lan Jar. 1 while the upholds of Anco it Asao altar ? to the Ever living 1 knee in combating even this compound of you speak of having a often s to All oppressions and Miquila. 1 say a i never have. But i have no Hacsi Hundred and Yut you go far to meet latino to saying that it would be a a insurable thing. I think a preacher should never Burl anathema at his fellow men for any cause lie should rather strive to win them let a preaching he truth in love Rem crib. Ring when compelled to do so that a even Getice it mine 1 will the 1 doubt whether he ought to say much about men s political opinions in the a at pit at All. Let him confine himself to the great principles of duty to god fellow i Quot Nas All upon those who denounce ministers in Fremont came together 8,000 in num this respect they have the same Inte Ber and As i write the wild Hux As of an rest in the welfare of the country As excited and Resolute people Are ringing in my ears like the thanksgiving of political redemption already achieved. Speaker Tanki was introduced amidst such a Stormy about of Welcome a made the old Forest Trees around him ring with in echoing thunders. To occupied so hour Aud a half with a Clear Strong compact argument worthy of Bis keen intellect Tod Iron will that carried Coop Matiun to every it Udo welded and knit together with caustic satire and Side splitting jokes a hat fell o non users like Point Blank volleys of canister and grape and left no Loop Bole of escape from the merciless Fores of Bis Logio Aud Alloa Tationa. Lie was followed by judge George w. Smith just arrived Yeats Day from Kao a a we Here for three Mol is and Twenty Days he was imprisoned to tents on the open Prairie under the Dews and drenching Rains and Tho scorching Sun of lie dug Days sometimes shaking with ague or burning with fever and guarded by the dragoons of the american people All on the false Aud perjured charge of Triton Aud As the people looked to Bis countenance marked with hues of suffering and Beard his Plain straight Forward testimony a to the past in Kansas and to the fact that peace and Security and right do aut now exist there but that the people Are subjugated and oppressed and that too by Rutha Oao a boasted gov. Geary who is not As Drunken but full As tyrannical and partial As was the vile and infamy of Shannon old men wept other i Ticus in our land where Are no privileged or proscribed classes and in some re pc its they have Superior Means for acquiring information and forming an us biased judgment. Tax shakers Roa gentleman who was at the Shaker establishment to Lebanon it sunday states that he Bear al Der Vaos deliver a very Earnest and effective Republican i course to our Hood red of his Shaker Bret Bera All of whom intend to vote fur Freedom and i reboot in november next. The al Der said that when there was nothing of More importance in politics than questions of tariffs and sub tres urics it was not their duty to interfere then politics might be left a Otic by with the a world s i it when freed in was at stake it became a duty to let their votes be Given in its defence. The announcement in received with great applause. There is no More pure and blameless though singular sect than the shakers it is also believed that the members of Many other Small religious communities throughout the Northern states we Quot usually do not vote will this year vote t the preservation of Liberty to the Western wilds Xii san or s a out l i adfh1. A copies of headers near Aler hate Peru lua<1etl a a us for examination an have afforded More satisfaction than 1% usually to he expected from the Pera al a school books. The Oid fears have been Long in use and have countenance spoke of new and stronger Iowa to be discharged at the ballot Box. But 1 ran not treat myself to dwell on done got service to the cause of popular de and Young men listened with swelling vacation. But fifteen year of per Leoce in hearts As their biasing eyes and Stern teaching an. An extensive Intercourse with a other teachers have suggest to the author Many a an a the a Are not in trud aced into an entirely near series. Which seems to be one of the most nearly perfect that have yet appear. The plan is Well adapted to overcome gradually the Many obstacles to be met with in learning in read oor language Well and to threw interest around what is too often a Daft task. The selection for Reading lessons Are Well waited not Only to Aern plish the chief end of making Good Reader hut also to exert an excellent moral influence in impart incidentally to the scholar a Large Amaat of really valuable knowledge and to cultivate his literary taste b familiarizing him with Many specimens of pit a style. Phe Hooks Are kept for Sale wholesale and retail or the publishers. Sower a Barne no. 31 North third by phila., and by . Orwig Milf Horg. Of Public interests with which it would be pollution for any but tic Buzzards and hyenas of tha state to interfere a a a dirty Pool indeed they make of it their Sublime Bulf div tement to such abominable functions seems to demonstrate the feasibility of the most monstrous feature in the social scheme of Fourier that where he supposes that in a natural arrangement of society some would be found As ready to perform the foulest and most disgusting offices for the Public be Hoof As others to take upon them what is intrinsically honorable and pleasant and you can not have failed to notice that while these creatures profess to allow mini ate to Deal with moral and religious subjects a Job yes let them attend to the Monis and religion of the Community a still no sooner do they find it convenient to entangle one of them within their selfish and ambitious schemes than they cry a a bands off let politics alone a thus Temperance is a moral subject until the Means of prompts ting in Are found to involve legislation Whid it suddenly sinks into a base and be grading political quellion about which a minister should not speak. That a Mao should do to others As he would be done by be just and kind to Bis neighbor of whatever complexion Aud degree and even a a remember those that Aro in Bonds is bound with them a is innocent morality of which a Clergyman May safely speak until tic growth of slavery crowds upon doctrines Aud then Forsooth he must qualify and speak with a a hated breath a lest some vested interest and party programme should suffer. So 1 will venture to predict that when not Long hence the Sarti Otting of polygamy becomes a party question a a Parsons will he politely requested to keep Clear of that ground. Then if the chinese should multiply in California As they have in Iho a a old country Quot and idolatry claim to be Ono of to a a institutions Quot of the land there will doubtless be politicians shrewd enough to see the danger of too strongly about a a the one living and tree god a craps we ought to be Tau Ful to them fur making our office a sinecure and if we want to handle Brethren Black and White alike jew and Gentile not sparing indeed solemnly to warn and faithfully to repro to my for their neglect of their duties in any of their relations As they would give account to god. I am not certain but i should be somewhat More strict in my cautions to preacher on ibis sul Jet than yourself. A Hundred abolitionists at All. Discs do that i Bear a Man advocating the unconditional liberation of the slaves. The Bug Abo abolitionists Are like things of very rare occurrence. Their formidable conclave arc there White the innocent youth found the end of the rain Bow. There Are said to be Many of them about Boston a there arc inn by men about Charleston and Richmond who advocate slavery at the North and proclaim a free society Quot a failure sad i venture the opinion there arc not More men in All the North who deserve to be called abolitionists than there Aru in the slave states who urge the abolition of free Laborio the North. Of their abolitionism you betray to apr Beu Sion. I am not careful to abolitionists. Yea know but not 1 in fit of the Republican party agree with them in their Peru still to All essential Points what you views that the party explicitly and is quite according to my mind. I am cleara.,it it i earnestly repudiates them and that the that a prudent minister could find other _. Abolition party have nut nominated fre Epport unities Moro appropriate for what ,. ,. I. I a i i moot and Dayton but have nominated Isiel Lui Ltd i i ool re Iulo is a a a a Cal cart for Ottawa iii., last week the following Good one was got off the democrats had r grand rally and a Artacor. An irishman went to Home of the i Ema Cratie Leaden and Baaij a and sure did t be know bet tier thin to have a bar Hague on Friday Srael two Taij of the a Jem Crotie party earn i ate mute Quot the democrats ought to have More respect of their party than to appoint their Barbecue on a Day a ban two thirds of it a can t ate three things. They go Down too deep into the obsolete themes of morality Aud Racli the heart s Core. The enemy Dio hard a a Aid fight with the Energy of despair. Bat be assured the vote of old Westmoreland Are awake and working for the right Prin of plea and the right candidates and will do their Tchou duty in the hour of trial. I am sure Little Union will gloriously Back no oor efforts Here. God Speed the right hours treason. Could fairly he culled political discourse than in the pulpit times and places when even the Moet carping criticism could nut pretend that be stood on any different foot log from other Good Citi Teo. 1 have dwelt on this Point unduly per baps but it is one you see of personal and As i May say professional interest to myself on which i could hardly look for another occasion to proper even in the Eye of the most perverse objectors As you bavi Givsto me. 1 should be glad if n careful perusal of your Docu Mot other aspects of it worthy of commendation. But i must now notice its direct and leading inculcation. A infidelity Tonj abolitionism a portentous terms and what Hare they to do with views my duty or the Public welfare on this occasion ? your argument concerning them briefly stated is that col Fremont is supported in the present Canvas by abolitionists and infidels indeed you have the Hardihood to assert by a every infidel organisation a and from this you would have us evidently something awful but just what is left a Little vague. It can hardly he less than that Fremont is himself in abolitionist or infidel or that he will at least unduly favor such in and that so religion will somehow he Rui ocl by i election. This is an argument of Tbs Validity of Wieb with a Little Eluce Date a any one can judge. Knowing positively and directly that or Fremont is nut Only an amiable and upright Man but also an irreproachable Christian of the Episcopalian per it Uxa Ioc and having heard him in private calmly declare his to do All in his Power to Smith and m Farland As their candidate for president Aud vice president. I have said thus much merely As an act of Justice to a class of men scattered sparsely thro Tea Community whom your readers will you do a Quot it us a assert the re be of Fremont ? a Turre unt to equal number of disunion Ista in the South who arc also deist or worse and warmly info a r of Kar Hanan ? of is or. Hrna a a a Ltd kit itt or Atchison a Good Christian in Rye from who on harm is threatened to religion and morality ? perhaps or Burhanan t quit a Likely to be Hafl Ian red by the a from got by the a fanatic Quot of rim in 1 wed i Tiu h Ipei hat the a a try or in ii. To favor towards the latter an Diodati ito i a Mist a of All denominations and the c Cin Detiani a Given bits by almost every Relig of where people Are free to think a a slavery May outweigh with serious or ple the disastrous prot leg of Iny Quot infidel abolitionist who tux Cuba use to in the ame Way. U Bat a Counce is to be placed an y or apparent quotation for to sources not a ers Siulc to 11, May lie judged from your perversion of or Urti game s remark if he Haj Keo his a one up sch fifty times a As is charged upon him a g �?o�1 Many people have Beard it and know that what he said for the encouragement of Republican struggling against a desperate Arist Kotso wielding All the allurement and intimidation of the government a that a we to on our aide an Auti Elavery Constitution an inti slavery Bible and an anti slavery 1 Hope this May be ail found True. It is with a Lenieal dexterity which savors strongly of the a a hocus pocus Presto Quot Knack that you bring the x and profitable Ahu a will always have Ocra i n to Bate and fear it the Fri cad of a Acial an l political improvement will Quioro and More Welcom a Champion so vigilant so Fri Ihetu so ranter i of trl aft of Strong yet what right have you to aau Tho Tri Hame the Olgaa of Fremont ? none at Alt. It Doe in Dee-1 support him ably an 1 Well hut no m re ably or earnestly than the a a Urier Aud time and the Good nil democratic a via a we excellent papir at which even your sensitive Escrupulo sity would hardly put hit w the Rabid parti Xan hip if the a nor of Maia or the cold Jesuit ice neutra1 a a of the a Leiter As for the nay Oak ii ral i i willingly re Ign it to your Reposh. A. Of 1 can Only Sec it but for its having p Irti Aby broken away from its Allanc with the Yoni democracy by its proverbial shrewd new a in Tak of tic winning tide rih Ould Fremont be beat a i which heaven Avert it will fall Back a promptly to Quot your support As water runs Down Bill. Indeed a its Issue of the a Tab sept i noticed a n Lufcy utter recognise a generally Persona of sincere. Triune into Yoor Umb a i infidel Aioli pity and not at All dangerous to the Public weal. We All know that abolitionism and infidelity arc not identical so that even if abolitionists were on the Side of Fremont and ten fold More Nome Rou than they Are this would net argue Iny great danger from infidelity. Doubtless Ibero Are men tote Roox in religion and those who reject the Bible that arc also warmly opposed to slavery and such we should expect to find most violent in the expression of their so there Are infidels and free fatal up Idelio has broken oat among tic Swine at tha distilleries a the Vicinity of Easton a. We were informed by e be Atleata from the place that one establishment had lost Over oae thousand hogs and the disease which is somewhat similar to the cholera was a plea dog among tha farm Stock of the Seib nerhood the oae solitary Walsh a a we found in the buc Bayaa procession a saturday and Haia an infidel who a a aim tha Aalborg it of god and every a Oral obligation of the a Nailer american. For Iba Lff Burg cd Muniru. An open letter to we. Bigler, -s.kemutor. Dear sir i had tha Honor to receive under Yoor Frank several copies of a tract entitled a Ahji laity and audition it a open letter to tha friends of religion morality and tha american in is designed apparently to awaken the attention of religions people and especially Christian ministers to the solemnity of the issues involved in the coming presidential election lie log Anonymous i Taka it to a the production of Yoor own pen or at least one for which Yon make Yoa Aalf responsible and therefor looked to and in it that truthfulness of statement and Candor of discussion which would befit Yoor exalted station. Be Furo proceeding to the topics directly presented in you latter i am Happy to observe that Yon do not Abara in what amounts almost to n panic with Many at tha present time the horror of a minister s participating a Tiea. I think you must in your wide political exp Riekea have witnessed the feeling to which i refer and Iliad Ita Absurdity. A certain grads of political organs seam to regard it Litell Leas than a crime for a Deiy Yma to have a opinion concerning controverted questions of civil administration or at say rate to try by any Mearaa to influence others a regard to them. They doom us to a kind of oat Lawry All other men May think Gion a shall need Only to get into con preserve the Union i was curious to see great or the legislature or at Lea get aued How Jour senatorial , misled by Itera a chair and Tako them up As a a but i repeat it i am glad to see that you do not Louota Oarce that tort of complaint. Tha vary fact of Yoor sending a this pamphlet implies that you suppose i a a minister May properly think of such theme. Yoor sending it a View of an approaching election implies that you would not deem me blameworthy for Vot ing upon them. Yoor sending several of Joes by no tutus hold Good. Frau int in them together implies that you would supported by every infidel organisation approve of by distributing them and to influencing Tobera to vote on them and of Doune you would not object when these Are exhausted to my taking the sentiment therein contained or Othen like them and by word of Mouth making them effective at proper times and by proper ways in promoting the important objects you have at heart. Aud i have Loo Moch regard for your professions of democracy and of the belief and Doty of All men to use their Best judgment a the affaire to doubt that if after deliberation i should feel co a trained to act a Soma respects differently from what you Deaire you would Conceda my perfect right so to do. Thus you fairly Founte Naaem tha obvious though somewhat disputed principle of Justice and equal rights. And it is what i should expect of to Landor and intelligence adequate to your High office. Doubtless you Sec that a minister la a Man sad May say As Well As an old roman a nothing of human concern do i hold As foreign to that be should sink into a Mare partisan i Lake it for granted you would deprecate indeed Yon say a much that be should allow even tha civil and social welfare of his Bret Bera to engross too Large a share of Hia concern would be manifestly injurious even in Bis political influence hut that be should be alive to to moral thinkers As you Are Well aware who favor or. Buchanan. But what is to be thought either of your intelligence or your Candor when you mingle together As of one religious stamp and All infidel such men i Gerrit Smith John Jay Ortii j g Birney with Garrison Phillip and Parker 7 do you not know that the three former Aud other like them arc i will not say Superior to the current Herd of partizan demagogues but eminent for the Praet Iee of a style of christianity to which if any in our time the Savior will too Day say a Well done a and where have you Tolj your readers that abolitionists few and scattered Are widely at variance among themselves a to Tho proper course of political action for them that Many of them Iola Diug Garrison and Bis school Conan in Tio Asly from voting altogether while others the Only ones who exert any direct political influence a Hare a presidential candidate of their own to bum they will As conscientiously give their Suffrages that some of the must violent of them Garrison and Wendell Phillips arc said to be of this number cd pc a a decided preference for the election of Buchan a a being More Likely by i Suha Ervi ency to the a Lave Power to Ruuge the North to separation and Inge Prudenc ? in to it be that by virtue of your position at the seat of government of this enlightened nation you Are ignorant of facts not it it every other Ian who has acquired the Art and that you so boldly assert this enable of Reading thu statements of Many sen partisan Bias would contrive to connect his name with the topic. Of it Ninny by posted at the head of your tract. I have stated How it is done. And i am sorry to to obliged to say that the tan cur of it in lulls calculated to sustain the roti Fidenco of serious people in the accuracy or fairness of even Ria going in the first place your Naiu proposition us to judge st once what qualification your off it no a a a t0 a a a a Kun is other assertions May require. You surely a a it. Lead o�1�?� think Thero was some overlooked the in famously to Torino. Empire club of new York City whose rile chief Isaiah Rynders figured a one of the moving spirits st the late Cincinnati convention. Your religions readers must know perfectly Well that individual infidels As they see them scattered through the land Aro Woal Cru by transfigured in their a organizations Quot if they arc there in favor of Fremont. I let ministers a a a themselves whether the deists Tod atheism of their respective neighbourhoods Are generally for him flow is it that you have allowed yourself to make such a representation ? i see How it is a a abolitionist Forsooth support Fremont and abolitionists Are infidels 1�?� of this also your readers can judge. And her let me ask you sir a an honest Man talking to men of common intelligence do you not think a very urge pol Iticia business a carried on by certain demagogues on a very Small capital of Aioli Tiania 7 what a an abolitionist ? it is gun rally admitted to be a Bis who advocates the immediate emancipation of the Ilvea in those state Wetre they Are held. And Bow do be propose to bring Tai about ? Why by persuading the people of those state. That it is Foi their Lead us to think Baleful that auction there to the knowledge of thu truth were it not that the contrasted of a few men who Adoro body frustrates Tho supposition. Rut can any Salvo redeem tic of Thouc who Are a economical a parsimonious even of cheap vulgar truths and Well Tiroui a. And her again i would re pct fully answer you by imply referring ail concerned to the pages of the Tribune Isaeff. Thai paper is now extensively circulated however unwelcome the of May be to Yoa. And any Mao who Doe not Lake it Bimo Elf has july to Aak one of his neighbor if what you say of it a True. It would not be wicked for him even in look at the paper bite Elf just enough to become be dirtied whether it is the mad dog which it m cried up to be. In is probably Peru cd regularly by dearly a million of Reader for Home Lime vat and i confidently a a whether one of All these a found its editors Auto Cating infidelity Freo love or any of tic Bug bears which you associate with it. To Coll it the a Vergon Quot of such Mou As Garrison mod w Phillips whose Organ then is the i a mtg or is to throw out assertions with More than the recklessness of a Potko use reclaimer. I Bat seen it almost constantly Tinco Ita origin. I have found it More than any other paper a Mirror of the actual living world in All its aspects and if i have thus been shown Many Tioga to Geneve or Stock me 1 have been led the to strive and Pray for their removal from the Earth. It by itself Emi cantly furnished through the latitude it h Given to replies the antidote to its own error and when i Hare been troubled by Opi mus promulgated in in i Bave generally Felt but the spirit with which they wire put Forth and the Freedom with which they were criticised rendered their discussion rather an advantage than att injury to the truth. Must of the mischief imputed to it by its enemies i was Nerr guilty of Atid the rest it has 1 think Long sine it did indeed in Ita earlier Day advocate an attentive read Joti Tient t or it Cal relation i is James Rural. did the doctrine of Federal a. Of which he hint was Given by Fourier but never simple Fourier ism. Tai advocacy Hartog treat Plush a a most important Awakening attention to crying evils in our social system has been fur Yean abandon Ever advocated a free love Quot is so utter untrue that practices thu designated a Long and elaborate argument of and Buchanan Frau while if lie in a a of of republicanism lot go r nothing hit the truth i w uld do by be. May be none the hots so the Tab it appears even there. Haring thus discus Mil the. Substance of your tract if substance Flimsy a thing can be Vaid to it the having a Howa that of the Aioli in Tufts fee at , a Small fraction Only arc infidel that those who Are spurn the a six of Box but express some of them a prefer tace for Buchanan Over Fremont while the rest Haven candidate of their own that to Republican earn to y repudiate abolitionism and Char the Tri tune we re you specially Dis relish is nut the Organ of Fremont Noel n bad one if it were i think i May Lay aside anxiety for the welfare of religion in sap a porting As i Ball the k publican principle and candidate there Are sums other Point of interest suggested by your pamphlet which i Wal notice hereafter. Y Ura with Doc respect go r Bliss. Another Rich fraud. Theft Emne Ratie Ketih democratic paper just started Aud published in neer York a been circuute.1 extensively thro tic mining regions it of this state in Luzerne Carbon Schuylkill and other loan pics. This Piper being published in Welsh can Only bread by that pc pie the hero Coo Tain a Long editorial headed a will America be governed by a papist in this Leader the editor after attempting to prove that or Fremont is a Catholic concludes it by saying a friends i let had it or. Buchanan who by i hand a Eju from l Pery Taj Aviter a Tiu Yium a it is indeed a new position for the do. Moc racy to a Umes a new Ide for them to advocate the ele to. N of a candidate by cate he is opposed to roman catholicism. There it no part evidence Thater tier they or their Leader have Ever at temp. J to repudiate Ostbo Lieiman. Upon tic contrary they Bare always warmly defended it As is evinced by the Apt ointment of or. Campbell to tic of office department the appointment of Soule o Sullivan and belts it catholics to Portugal As the Llague. If however tic truth he that the Tiro the sentiments of or Buchanan in opposition to the catholicity is then time that far people should an w it the Burpiee of the fraud is very evident that the has the Are kit it we to be invite rarely or tel to amp a their Racli give Faith Vod pro a Tesen and if they in rata the .-t that have Brett in no Quarter More strongly the whole Catholic Reagan Mil be Ca a a the Hon. Gerrit Smith of Peter Boron n. Y. You Havn not attempt we in this paper directly to Traduce him i am Happy to say. Y of did however i think with or. Wallack listen smilingly to tic vituperation which Robert Tyler Tho t fit to cast upon him Hen the other Day. Y is air you laughed gravely to Bear Robert Tyler rank Gerrit Smith with Garrison and Hemond As All alike dior Gaziz Era and Zuj Ideal Gerrit Smith lately n member of Congress Whoso not worldly Wise perhaps but Noble hearing As a Man a gentleman and n philanthropist won for him eminent respect oven at the hands of Southern gentlemen there an orator one breath of whose commanding eloquence would inv swept All tha soph Tatry of that aristocratic speech out of the Grovom a Christian the Mere superfluity of whose excellence would furnish religion to Many Tylar to Haar Tara s Man so maligned from Sodt a source in the interest of democracy we an in Truc tic phenomenon rebuked and tha Sanctity of marriage Bouhad no Mure strenuous defender. That it he coast nuanced the if spiritualism is according to my belief equally without foundation. It has on the other Liao-1, nobly fought the Battle of Temperance. It Bas plead tic Canso of the for Buchanan they will pull ate him i a Stef in Sultan of turn re bus in a it d of edict declaring that no subject in his Empire a bail be obstructed to the exercise of tic religion be atty profess or be in any Way Tuomie us in this Labouring a Fin to it preached the obligation account Liy to big Mohammedi a a re which a Coua Ion wealth. It Bai taught Liberty to prof t i Terji society the duty of instructing tic ignorance and cultivating the morality of in More sunken classes a Well As punishing their Crimea. It has extended a Friendly band to him Anil struggling for it rights on either too Sineol it bos not spared usurpers tyrants and oppressors to the old world nor demagogues natives and oligarchs at Home. It Boa pointed out tha evils of slavery a manifested whore to system has been tried and Tensed the mind of Meo to to danger of its impudent encroachments. Tour before 1 do not wonder Bat you give it your reprobation. Its religions crowd if Obetra dad might not satisfy me and would a Label est fall or Kew the . By m incurring the penalty of death a Jolly old Darker Down South b tight him of a new shiny hat an i a butt it commenced Raming he Pul to under he font. When asked Why he id re t Steep big hat on his Bca-1, tre replied ? a a do hat s mine bought him jul my in Money head a Long to Utoy let Bun take hear he own Vtrti in got a Fattu in god sort top i .mi within it is Board on those Axtt Tabic i item. Iii us Lito soul that but live ail theories and defy 11 scepticism to deny it i off. R Vii Ruck tip Ai that is or a n i a to human oath

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