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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - March 11, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana Up Quot t Quot a 1 l iii iii a Hwy la m Impi Pfilf a for Lymui Pppe a the ii.,., a w -i.irar. In Ltd a k i published every wednesday spa lira i to a a Yolk me haute a Igo co Kif March ii the Wabash eau Leer it Publ ked enery wed a to Day Joice Fri at by Iween Walatk Imd Ohio Streett directly eat a it court route dollars per annul. Tuto Dullart and fifty Cei itt will be received if paid Witt iii Zigni in >uiti8 trom the time of pubs cubing or tie do Hart if paid in Advance or within four Inonu is. No paper Visconti Oiin a till All arrearage Are paid uni Era at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a Dit continuance at the and of the year will be Cund dered a new engagement. Q advertisements in this paper will nut be allowed to average More than four column. Adv it ride meets a darted three time a one doll in a Square 8 line to be continued at the he beat Hijii and turned Bim oat of Hia House and then taking Down Bis gun followed after him. When David heard the report he ran out to see what was the matter and found his master searching poof Jack s pockets. I Tell you what or. Quirk this business ought to be seen Quot it ought indeed Quot said the lawyer with an ominous shrug. Quot i can t believe of that Woodville is a but As you say it ought to be looked and t 0 saying he Turucz away to another group it would be tedious to dwell on the Progress of suspicion in the minds of the inhabitants of Woodville s native Village and therefore we will Only say that from vague and indistinct apprehensions that Thornton might have come to his death in the course of a quarrel with that exemplary Young Man they at 1 i6t began to fear and Many to believe that the latter had been wrought upon by the desire of pos Ruof 2 cents per ski fire weekly. Unless the Nim j Hessing himself of the Large sum of Money which the Ber of insertions be of irked on the manuscript when j deceased was known to have about him to commit handed in it will be continued till ordered out and i the dreadful crime of murder. A warrant for his charged accordingly. J apprehension was immediately taken out and before advert in end ii Ibris bad by the Quarter or Long a the Day dawned a party reached his House for the or will be charged al a Square $6 fur is month of j purpose of arresting the go posed offender against or $10 a year. The Laws. The Surprise of no Orville when he was merchants Drugis lists and others advertising by a a wakened by Mungo whose anxiety had led him to the year will be comr it re l. For two squares 15,50 hover about the Village until he Learned the nature fur three Squires for Quarter of a column of of the proceedings that were to be instituted May Loo Ems $2y Hilf a Colin iii $50 three fourths be readily imagined of a column $63 for a column $75 a year. J Quot Wake Masai Quot cried the faithful Domestic. Advert in get cents Asili tried by statute must be paid Quot Wake up Quick the Constable coming to rest you for in and value. I Massa. For god s Sake get coining from abroad must be a Woodville started to his feet but even had lie Comaj Danied Wii i t be cd ii unless ordered for Public been disposed to avoid his accusers he could not cation by a Brul Iier publisher a Starre must be paid. The squatter. A talk or Lumnoisa. Cd Parr v. �1 Bure a wife whom i protest i fire i a Vinila aide were in Ite Atun a aide could entreat Stoibe Power a it Cimon fee Siw Curri Aii year. David uie person spoken of in tie last diaper As having to it Een drawn to the spot Liere the ii order of a Thuri Iorii log a pm ice by tiie report of us Musket was a Gantener who tor several Nek hid been in the of Woodville. Prev Ion to the latter returning to his House he had live done so for so great had been the expedition of lawyer quirk in furnishing the necessary papers that the officer with a Crew of visage rabble in a their train were thundering at the door before Mun i go had succeeded in arousing his master from the deep sleep into which he has at last fallen after the agitation of the previous evening. He however i manifested no disposition to avoid the investigation but on the contrary seemed anxious to afford every facility. A Drew from the drawer the pocket Book of the . And the countenance of the officer fell As he placed it in his hands. The bloody Cravat was found in the course of the search and these two articles of evidence seemed at once to establish the Guill of the prisoner. On the strength of these. Given tins Man to arouse Mung from ins several other corroborating circumstances it Luis Jerr and a bit him in conveying the body to Quot Uch As the Well known rivalry of the cousins their a get Village. This disagreeable Utrice was Linnier Takeiri with much trepidation by the rustic wiil Milored mind seemed to shrink with superstitious Lear from Contact with tie bloody Corse tie order of tin Inasio Lio Wever were not to be obeyed and accordingly he and the honest Mungo a Wiio awakened from a deep sleep had listened with horror to the incoherent tory As it fell fruit the quivering lips of David raised the body to their thu Olderr. As they trudged along the Road neither of their fur Soini time interrupted the silence of tiie night with a single observation but at length after everal attempts to Clear his Throat David in a Low and tremulous voice addresses his companion. Quot Mungo Quot said he Quot did you he in the quarrel Quot a what quarrel Quot anxiously inquired the Black whose mind had been engaged la conjecturing the perpetrator of tie deed. In answer to this David related the circumstance of Thornton s visit with much of the conversation that ensued As readied his ears in tie Kitchen and the Buu sequent Cuffie which l Majk place. Quot very soon after continued he Quot i heard the report of a snub act. And running towards the place 1 saw the dead body stretched upon the ground and or. W of Odille he Steif stooping Over tie speaker Liere passed As if expecting some an fewer iii Obrer Vatiqi n in m Mungo but the latter was Tio much engrossed by the the hights which this intelligence excited to make any reply. Alt proceeding a farther in silence David again spoke but still in a Low and trembling voice. Quot Mungo Quot he said do you think did this to Quot Quot i link Quot said Mungo Quot Why some of dem Ere it och Alley rss cols d it Hab been Hangin Roun pm Ebber since he come from but there was i oni ething in Mungo a heart that whispered a contradiction to this Fau position though he would Noi fur the world have breathed his half formed suspicion even to the winds. Quot he boasted much Mungo Quot again said the fal Oriner quarrel the visit of the deceased on the pre v10u3 Day with the avowed purpose of hostility Woodville notwithstanding the excellence of his character wis fully for trial. Tie important Day at length arrived and the court was thronged beyond All former precedent. The investigation was Long and minute and Many items of evidence transpired which seemed to place the guilt of w Rodville beyond the possibility of a doubt. The hostility Wirich had for a Long time existed Between him and his Cousin was known to All the disappointment of our hero at being entirely omitted in the will of his uncles had been frequently expressed and was therefore susceptible of easy proof and the visit of the deceased the scuffle that ensued and the wound which he received in his Side were also proved on the one Side and admitted on the Oiher. But the inept Imp it Octant evidence was that of the Gardener Whon we have had already several times a a witness in the important cause which was now under trial he had suffered much from sickness and when he mounted the stand he trembled like an Aspen Leaf from the eff.ct9 of debility. His face was erred in to eau of Toje pria Oneri ther we not a dry Eye in the whole court end the voice of the judge when he charged the a fire want hoi use emotion. They retired. Lueanor still coot need to gaze notion Leas and Mote As a statue. She did not dare to Trust herself to look at her husband and he i never saw mortal behave More nobly. Calm erect and composed one would not have judged that he was before a criminal tribunal on a question of life and death. His countenance we expressive of sadness but the Nhut curious Eye could read nothing indicative of fear or guilt. He knew that he stood upon the crumbling Edge of an awful precipice but he seemed like one who up borne by conscious innocence was determined to meet his destiny in such a manner As should command the respect of even those who thought him guilty. Not Many minutes of dreadful suspense elapsed though i Well remember it seemed an hour to me a what must it have seemed to poor Eleanor 1 before the jury returned into the room. Ther was considerable bustling and crowding to the bar a they entered and then for the first time i perceived a slight change in the countenance of Eleanor. Her face grew paler than it was before and the blood totally forsook her lips which slightly quivered with some irrepressible emotion. It subsided with the noise into that deep and motionless interest which seemed to Chain All her faculties and her Eye rested on the judge with a fixed Ness of expression so piercing. So intense that it seemed As if her whole soul were in that gaze. A slight shudder passed Over the judge As his trembling fingers fumbled at the paper which the Foreman of the jury had handed to him and he seemed to be making a great internal Effort to regain his composure and nerve himself for his trying duty. At length the unfolded paper Lay open bet re him and he began to read but in a voice so slow and so carefully modulated that it was evident to All what a struggle his feelings were undergoing Quot fee find the prisoner Wuu am Wood vile guilty. The words had scarcely left Hie lips when a shriek ran through the apartment so piercing so shrill that it seems sounding in Ray ears this very minute. All eyes a and Many of then Stream ing with tears were turned in the direction of the sound which had burst from Eleanor s anguished heart. As the judge began to read the verdict she Rose gradual from her seat As if attracted by the Power of a charmer slowly and gradually she Rose while the veins in her High Pale forehead swelled like whip cords and when the word Quot guilty Quot struck on her ear the emotions of her breast subdued and kept Down till nature could endure no More burst out in that piercing cry As she uttered which she tottered towards the Bench but her strength failed her before she reached it and she sunk Down in temporary death upon the floor. I have several times undertaken to shorten my Story yet i continue to dwell on its accidents with a prolixity which must be very tiresome to my readers and which they can Only excuse on the score of my being an old Roan whose world is now the world of memory. As i was an Eye witness of the occurrence which i relate 1 can scarcely avoid being particular but i feel i am not doing Justice to my Young readers who cannot be expected to have that interest for William and Eleanor that i had and of course cannot relish my circumstantial Ity. I will therefore pass hastily Over intermediate events Aud come with All possible despatch to the conclusion la a to mention. Since he had been taken into custody a in my narrative. Were it strictly advisable i might relate a few other circumstances connected with this trial which if they proved a tenth part As interesting in my narration As they did to every body in that part of the country where they happen also Ashy Pale and his voice so Low and husky that would amply repay the time that the perusal it was Witti difficulty he could be understood. His would occupy. But As there is not amp space for these Stai eminent however was Clear and connected and it a a Quot Quot a it necessarily be omitted. I will there Ibre the ingenious Cross examination of the lawyer who attempt to describe the anguish of the venera to invalidate it in any father of Eleanor As he conducted the defence failed to invalidate it in any particular. Indeed the greater part of his testimony the prisoner admitted to be True. For some time previous to Tho murder of Thornton he had been employed in the family of the accused and had been treated with such kindness As had rendered him much attached to his master. On the evening of the dreadful occurrence to was sitting in the Kitchen and overheard much of the quarrel which to it of place in the adjoining room. In the course of the altercation the deceased had boasted much of the Large sum of Money which he had about him and several times reproached his Cousin with his tearing David in a half Whis a Quot of a Large sum of poverty. When the quarrel finally terminated by Money iii St he had in his pocket. 1 Hope it May be the expulsion of the intruder he had Lei the House about him with the purpose of visiting the stable and shaking Quot Aud if it taint Quot answered Mungo with some Down some Hay for the horses when it was his in Thimig like vivacity As a thought passed through his Tention he stated to return and go to bed. He had mind Quot Why. It Only proves a More Sartain Dat of accomplished the first part of his object and was dem Ere High flyers he kept company wid did it closing the stable door when the report of a Musket at a Little distance startled him and Drew him towards the spot. As he approached cautiously through the thick Grove of Trees which occupied the space Between the stable and the scene of the murder he beheld in the Light of the Moon which was shining brightly Down from an unclouded sky the deceased stretched out upon the ground and writhing in the agony of death. His master was kneeling to hold him by this time or you see and Here he made a pause but directly after resumed Quot if it was in a quarrel he was killed he would it be Robb Quot do you think it was in a quarrel v asked Bis companion quickly. "1 Don t know what to tink Quot answered Mungo in a sullen tone and continued to Valk on in silence. Soon after this they reached the Village when proceeding directly to the tavern they deposited their beside him apparently endeavouring Burden on a Large table la the bar room. J Down. With a Stealthy step be had my readers can readily imagine tie consternation drawn very near the spot and distinctly Beard the which this occurrence produced in the Litile comm dying Man exclaim in a faint voice a Woodville i Only of the Village. The news spread rapidly from forgive i have deserved this at your hands Quot to House and Many minutes had not elapsed rifled at the occurrence he was hastily retreating before a great part of the inhabitants were Assem when his master rus lied into the Thicket and seized bled at the tavern to View the Corpse of a him by the Throat. Fearful that his life might also Man Wixom they had recently seen staggering Forth be sacrificed if he reached the spot drawn thither with hatred in his heart and on his Tongue. By the report of fire arms. On saying this his Mas though while living he was generally despised ter exclaimed that some villain had murdered yet there were Many who now that he had come to Thornton and returning to the body repossessed such a timeless end remembered Only the Best traits j himself of a handkerchief with which he said he ill his character and some who were ready to extol had been endeavouring to staunch the blood of the him for Virtues which he never possessed. The wretched victim. He also stated that on his return perfect narrative of David wrung from him word by j to the House he examined the fowling piece which word and the still More obscure Story of Mungo he found suspended in its usual place Over the Kitch who from a care which the Reader will appreciate in fire and was much surprised to perceive that it was afraid to Sopcak on the subject were calculated had been recently discharged. He had fired it off to aggravate rather than diminish the suspicions of j himself in the course of the afternoon at a Hawk the a Kemlage and various were the conjectures i and after carefully reloading it had returned it to and to which they gave Rise. On examine j is place. This fact of is having Quot been discharged ing the pockets of the Decea Ltd it was discovered that they had been rifled of his pocket Book and All remembered that the unfortunate victim had that Day received a Large sum of Money. For a while no one dared to express his wis Pipinos except in doubtful innuendoes. But As the company grew More was also attested by other witnesses this is the substance of the evidence which we Laid before the court by David Riley the name of the Gardener and it was listened to from first to last with breathless attention. I re Melj the Day As. _ Well As if it were yesterday and indeed the scene and More excited their Reserve gradually gave Way. Was one of such intense interest that of one of the and they at length began to ask questions and make numerous Sissem Blufe that was present can Ever , which plainly indicated which Way forget it. Every body respected and loved William Woodville Aad deep was. The regret their Ranf ures tended. One of the busiest individual in the group was a Small thin made Man of Sandy complexion red hair and Small Quick Hazel eyes who moved about the room from one group of individuals to soother convey of by whispers shrubs and ads. The suspicious which he dared not openly avow. He was s lawyer who had recently established himself in the a Illse in opposition to Bondville whom he secret / hated of account of his Superior popups qty. Quot i believe Quot said he seeking in to Ouder voice to one of the dissipated Roister ers who for sometime past bad been l Somtoa Sekii stunt and Only Pompan ions believe thet or. Woodville was Cut off bar his Uncle without s Shi inf. Quot yes aus Weed the Rad faced swagger or to who the Ress Urli was de Dreesen but Ifa Cervin pocket Knok hits alien into a certain Persou s Banda hell be Rick a Tough Yut had a of Hunt to old Thoni too. Let idiot did Aav whip iof Aftel a a Rural to Tomii Hii a lot i if Tomi cd tic Lawfer a a a Jia Aliat com hich every one experienced at the awful stereo Fth the circumstances adduced against him. Whatever ingenuity sharpened by affection could safest was resorted to by his counsel and As the Reader already knows was assorted to in Vaia. The Pru free of the investigation was a number of times interrupted by the sobs of poor Mungo who a our not express Bis audible grief As a a circumstance was adduced against his master. To. However Oisin trained to the last his entire a def a his Tahoe once. During the whole trial Eleanore a breath Lee auditor of the proom discs. Aad Aba Moor a Bare been Ber feel Ofsa and boy wore to doubt a Nat Enouf by a a ibid no outward or Idonea of a Uio Quot she Wae wry Pale indeed and to boat cat Lees Eye would Leo that Ber face bad lost Naab of its Brauti amp a Road less As Well to Moon. Balabos Poko Aoi she is Clad to a Aad Aoi a Taar of Iamb Bor la Jfe and ote Haiat Ofos Zkiab Oao and Alamat Bant tech room bar Kaai with tha Ali Iirth of iwo Bent Over her insensible form crying out Quot my child father of mercies. Give my old heart strength to Bear this heavy hour Quot i will not port Ray the broken hearted efforts of William to maintain his outward composure As be raised his Lovely and unconscious wife from the floor and endeavoured to Call her Back to this wretched life. Nor will 1 Endeavor to paint the affliction of poor Mungo who with hoarse voice and streaming eyes addressed the judge imploring mercy for Quot his dear Vinassa Quot and offering to go to prison in his Stead these circumstances 1 leave to the readers imagination. After Eleanor had been conveyed from court and composure was in some degree restored the judge proceeded to pronounce sentence of death non William who listened to his Fate with a modest firmness that made him More than Ever an object of interest. He was then removed to prison and As he was about entering its door a crowd of the inhabitants Young and old some that had known Bim from his infancy and some that had been his playmates at school pressed Forward to grasp him once More by the hand showing by this Mote act for few of them were Able to accompany it with words their undiminished regard although they believed that in a moment of ungovernable passion excited a an insult which no Man could have borne he had imbued his hands in fellow s blood. As for the robbery Villiam s own account of the manner in which he became possessed of the pocket Book was generally believed. To by Content Jed a a sept pulpit Aad the Temple were not always exempt from the ludicrous. Though few men could sleep under or. Isaac yet in one instance a Man who had been sleeping some time unobserved rendered himself rather conspicuous by giving an uncool Mon Yawn before he was aware of the place where he waa. Or. Leave Loek iof towards him and something like affected pity said i am sorry i have disturbed you Quot a giving a notion of an out fusion upon the sick whose chamber and repose it was improper to disturb. The effect he remarked Ailer wards upon his own mind such that he never before had Sush a Muggle with himself to prevent bursting into a fit of laughter. His own address the unexpected sound a the wildness Surprise and confusion of the Man in staring round the diaper before and after be was filly awake to Bia Ait option were almost too much for View inn of the Rem. Dani. Haae. Poai Tita amp to Stock info. To new or Faaao Sun a full of humor Bat in editor tells some Strong Otoria occasionally. For instance be says Biu Delphia pretends to be a moral City. Ferb ape Abe is to. But once on a time when a were in Tea Towai a Law our habit picked out of the Reservoir of Tjio fair mount now to admit the i but whoa we inform our Road Ora that Boj Wom Caf a Bubi we think it puts a Vor Diflo narc Eoo if of ton upon the aunt of Phi a. Spiru. A part of Rico Nara car Roando a Oto Muia la 9m of Miebi a few Das Otma, of Diirr Eliof out Aorien Stori Oao Maiami oct a Dibilo Asiaa it Wieb bad Baba Ria bag Aba la Fie Ioviti. Odma a Ada to meant Saab with Rita Apo to tii gorm Aad of a Aioli Diego Varod a array Fri Blayd at Law gab k Oak Ala to eat Imiah m a Aai Baia again Alafaya Aeau bal a i Vaia wan a. Loibl Spoa Bim of Gra Albiar t Baigot Otte i Ciao i ado a tm7, i Meta Bat Balat a a it Wall big Waii i is Tea a a Alty Ewaa waa a Natl a old be Sailer i speech of or. Howard of Indiana. In Fob Ruar 12, Imo on the propos Tiea to instruct Tho co Mittoo of a a and Means to report a Bill appropriating f 15u.000 to Esch of the states of Ohio Indiana and Uli Noia for the continual of of the Cambor land Road. Or. Howard said or. Spaak by i regret extremely that this discussion has not been suffered to Progress accords i to the expressed wishes of the to is Leman from Ohio or. Mason who addressed the Houm 00 yesterday. He insisted in the outset of his remarks that the debate should not have a party cart a that the question under consideration should he taken up and considered on its merits alone with it out connecting it with the Parta politics that now agitato the country from one Side to the other. A a repeat sir that i regret that others have departed from this course and that subjects foreign to the one before the House have been drawn into the discussion. We have bad a discussion not Only on the Cumberland Road but on the general politics of the country. One gentleman distinguished for his propriety in debate and his know me of the rules of parliamentary proceeding has favored us with a discussion of the merits of the Florida War. What has the Florida War to do with this great National Highway 1 sir let us take up the Florida War Aud discuss it at a proper time and in its proper place and let the friends of the Brave officers end soldiers who have per led All in their country s service Welcome Leteir return from the dangers of a pestilential atmosphere Aud Savage foe without having their feelings outraged by the disgrace that has been attempted to be thrown upon them. We Are told that this has been an imbecile War Quot conducted disgracefully to the country and when 1 see in the lobby of this Hall the officers who have to turned from it with shattered constitutions and embittered feelings i am reminded of another Gallant army which having conquered treason and Cut off the traitor Quot go themselves by stealth into the City Quot and instead of being allowed a Triumph As was due to a victorious army retired from the gaze of him whose diadem they had saved. Instead of being welcomed Home with honors and rewards we see the Jesups and other distinguished officers who Havo returned from the arduous campaigns of this War treated As if they had resumed in disgrace. Or. Here explained or. H. Continued. Or. Speaker 1 was not Nils it taken As to the language used by the honorable gentleman on that occasion and he does me no More than Justice when he says that i would not intention ally Pervert his meaning. But what did he mean when he spoke of the Quot imbecile management of this War Quot it that is meant by that gentleman and old it ers when they speak thus and How do they expect to be understood by that remnant whose Bones Are not found bleaching on the Fields or wasting in the marshes of that country ? it is True gentlemen say to the army Quot we Don t mean you when we make such Chi res we know that your squares fell on the Groua they occupied As if you had been Brave we have been told that some of your companies even Laid violent bands on themselves because they could not overcome the Obs Ucles interposed by the irresistible Laws of nature. It a not you we mean stand aside awhile and suffer Ihil implied disgrace that we May charge Home upon the administration the disasters of this War let us hide your victories your suf Lesring your Battle Fields from the country for the present and allow us to Call it an imbecile such sir is the language by the course of those who Call this subject into requisition for the purpose of converting it into political capital. Ought we not to cherish our army 1 ought we to Heap disgrace on them because that country in which they have been employed has been a Parthia ? if the Well appointed legions of Rome were not Able to withstand the Mode of warfare Practised by a foe far less Active and Subtle than the modern Savage and in a country not More suited for concealment and Ambuscade Why should disgrace be heaped upon our array because they found a Parthia in Florida 1 have read that when the legions of Rome went to the Field where the army of Vario was slaughtered they raised a loud Wail of lamentation when they saw the Field covered with the Bones and the eagles of the slaughtered legions. And shall we with such examples before us in our eagerness for party advantage bring into discredit our National arms surely we ought not to Advance party purposes by detracting from the credit of those Brave men who have Peri led All in their country s service. When i heard the denunciations against them on this floor 1 fait that if i had been one of them i would have come to this Capitol and cast Down my Armor and have done thai which i had never done before the enemies of the Sogn try i would have turned my Back upon the service. I ask on behalf of these Brave men if the administration is to be charged with imbecility and mismanagement that gentlemen would do it directly and not strike at it through them. Or. Bidoli Here asked or. How Abdio give Way for an explanation or. How urn. I remember a colleague of. Nino. Or. Wink when he asked a similar indulgence was shown no favor. He was told Quot if Vou Are not conscious of having abused the Courtesy of the House withdraw the motion a motion which he had made to Lay the subject on the table and this expression too came from tha amiable gentleman from Pennsylvania a or. Bios sub though i have not the pleasure of an intimate Peff Nal acquaintance with that gentleman of i know enough of him to believe he i added himself within parliamentary usage but it must Aleo he said that Bis conduct waa Para mediary severity especially Whan it is remembered that my colleague was on Tea Oor for the 6ct time. I shall leave the Way open for the gentleman to obtain the floor or 1 would yield it now. I shall say nothing Furt Lier on the Florida War Only to insist that we ought not Kincid Anatall to discuss those measures of the administration which from their nature and importance Are entitled to a direct consideration. Before however i touch the principal Mattar now the subject of debate i owe i to an Hon Rabja gentleman from new York or. Lion rms to a a Juet a aspect to Aone Rea Urke which fell from bin in relation to Tea recent exact Iowa Indiana for Wieb he Bas Koidl Ai Dart abm to Aco aant. Of r. Speaker Why a Oost to gentle my it �9 question the Delia Ion of Lapiana a regard to bar delegation in congrats 1 lab a to right to inter Moffate Beroa that subject 1 1 remember air Waitte Tiia inca a Baad of Iosa Serea Livos Bara if to when Tea president n Bia meee.raiant4 of Ain nausea As Baliag lad to political Chamiw in vow York were Browa into paros became Tea Proa data bad Ebo Aea to Faidi of to base Eba agao afo Ahw and Bair cause. Well what Bave a a a ii a am bar of co agree gnat Loaia a sofa of Btu the a at my Berk of Flat of a thai Tea Faola of Indiana to Ftp 4mpa Tom 1/ Wao to quasi if Issaaf a up flip Taii Iorii ohm to Liwak to lab Baa to Iti Sisr a in fcb a i ail Mii Liziert 1&i i Quot in ii Wjk a la Lri al r rom Fiir red Boet Ilu to us Amati it i or if air Iaea beae w preming the. Aal Geet of Tea a Ottoa of Coaum. Whilst i enter a Aetna Law Ara Mayv against Bie re fat to a Uttira into this Aab Jaet i a Ilisa to him that a car a Ano dts riot of that Itata la. Once Rod by info Vaitoa to Aoi leu Conadad. In regard to other gentle sea 1 pee Tead net to i Peak a having had a competitor that Gava a a Ajaeb a a i desired to attend to without Kostag into Tai Ca Leaea in other Sao Tiona of Tea state liar i waa the a Abs oct of tha Caia Barland Toad Atabati aged Baitzar a competitor or Ai Selwa disco Road other Topia t the Sab tip Maury the United states Baak Tbs merits of the late and present administration and especially the charges made against the of Fraad corruption and extravagance. In a Oveat Iva addresses which i delivered there Wara the Eab Joreto i d discussed. And Here i Wund notice a rear pc of Tea honorable gentleman from penal Luvania or. . He charged tha executive with suiking a Atte opt to bring into Public odium the Congreve of the. United state a avoiding the Raspona Bilert of submitting emirates of expenditure ing the extravagance of the a Hgt a Maraat Apon Ukia body. Sir there is soother View of this submit which i will bring to that gent Lavatan a a Tiaa. Wbi4 has been the charge urged Agai Asl the admin Otray Tion in a the opposition Pross Saaf the country and by gentlemen on this floor it Baa been that fax Trava Ganca and profligacy in expat Liture on Tea part of the executive. Tha course which i took of this subject was not that now ascribed to the part to which i belong. I sir it is True showed Tea estimates when this charge was brought against Tea administration daring the Ean Vaasa but did 1 Stop Here no sir i went into the details showed Tho Obj ecu of expenditure and that both parties had voted the a ppr rations in Congress. In this manner sir i defended the party to which the gentleman belongs As Well a the . If i had stopped with showing the a Timatea i would have been justly chargeable Riith being a demagogue and unworthy of addressing a popular Assembly. But when the honorable gentleman is defending this body again it Public odium we is he not also made sensible of another Eibrt which Mast have fallen within his observation 1 has he not heard of the Quot office holders party Quot a the but part Quot a and other similar exp onions 1 Why sir if an assemblage of Cit teens although it May consist of Farmers is held for the purpose of political discussion or organization and they happen to be favourable to the administration the go away branded in every opposition print As the Quot spoils party a theoflice holders party Quot a and with such other de Nunciato epithet As Are Ever ready to4rop from Tea upe the partisan. Does the gentleman Aee nothing in All this calculated to array the such against the constituted authorities and to Teing into disrepute our institutions themselves 1 i would be to fled to find that there fact should make a suitable impression on the minds of honorable gentlemen Here. But sir there is one cons Lotary reflection and that is that denunciation from any Quarter does not Page with the people for troth. The mass of the pet Tea Eek tia on every great question and he who goes a re Baa for Public favor unless armed with truth although he May have a temporary Triumph must ultimate fail. The honorable gentleman from new York seems in his remarks on this subject to have resembled a Mariner whose bark had been thrown Between the counter currents of two contending seas. He would he pleased to favor this Road and yet a is unwilling to vote on this subject until a can Bear Quot from the Palace Quot a tin til he can Leam the views of the president. Sir suppose this argument had come from some Friend of the administration what would we Bear that its author was a Palace it would be said that there was an Effort to make Thia House Aub Serviente to the president upon the great subject of. Expenditure. We or. Speaker to tha go ians of the Public treasure and in appropriating it our inquiry should be not whether the president or Secretary has recommended the appropriation but whether it is called for by the Public service. In doing this we act on our Opin responsibility and i sir As one will be found voting upon every question of appropriation upon a own convictions of then Cassity of the expenditure called for without being governed by estimates. In the Progress of this discussion a attention was attracted by some remarks which fell from an honorable gentleman from Maine or. Paui iia i am pleased to find that lie he had the Good taste not to include in his published speech All the remarks which were delivered a him on this floor. Or. Paris explained. He said he did not write out his remarks nor Correct them and had no wish to be answer ahla for his spew in an other form than that in which it waa delivered i regret it air fad or. A for i had hoped that some of to Rani arks made by that gentle Man one Rda Lead been left out of the printed report by his direction. Did be know when he was assailing the Western hoopla to waa Assai aug Bis own countrymen i tit Ere we to Bdl Quot thai those who come Bew to Aak for this appropriation were a Patteri a of Pisa Fern of the Poutia if these a aeon Fraad to Ufa Walia. I should not regard it Rasary to a Swar to bad but whisk i la member a to Law i had to individuals or natio iriv a Ehara oter i m a ii at once to my at the injury put imputations Pip him the language of that a Tjai. What is the Ite of the foreign for Whan be bears Tea iia Dora Sooim West characterised a squatter and Uay is Orthe Public Flo main 1 if 1. Were to be from the genl a a nmn ii Nap that an Wejs a i Quin a Dali room of a Westward Ashcan in a Sara to provide himself witb�i�pih9<irai an until Aad when be should Gat Era to tie what i Thuli ast Eric pan of northg�xonnakmlv�4m4f order to catch Aad Clear m Goa nor of a la Atlman Aad Render it habitable for i Jivise Man / for tha Insoft Tationa Jet at inn ii a i win Tiu him that the a St tech of Uia Wei Woll coct a pose Saaed of to amp a of Imam tfx governed and Zafli maced by Liba am a Tiplea and my m Oiin Vai bar i a tei to Doha Laad to Bay air Tea >9�o<m it older of tha i Kaml a i a a to my of Patag Ritof Aad Sianii tiap Taai air fit a Tive of tha a Fallanca and Atra the and relative Waight thai a Dipti Aad Cha Ofoma lat hts of of so a Foj. My or. Speaker i Apa i by Ahmed to apply Tiia m inn cipro to a inc my in in ? forber a pm he a Morate Seta ont for thaw Tiara Iaan Hribb a Ife atm a so muted acid s ,4ba�im Tea Uva to p9 no Fathma of our count uhf a i we a threadbare. My Oai in % a trikes a Bargala a Rith tha which is that a is later s roof Aat at Hie Ubold a up benefits when Bayball fila to Mew the a his pro Ian. Haci ii Eben tha Melisaa the Law and m abort this Mim ask Mua bold att Tea attn Kioah a a mss so to m Tatj us of Toffi a a isun Ial Furash a. A Emmae Ftp thu Raieff aim. Aad not unfree Quanta a aaa Attar it the Ball a. A Ama a of Caauw a a thie ecu Patio of the pay Etc lands web ail by the Aon Daet of of it Acari w w n5�kpwple ithabt�sotha�an�t�0nom wlm a Tiff a a Quot Quot a Quot a a of in pm Mon of Wim to Quot go a of easy who a a a of we a Prai for you Aad part w his a tha fruits of ten Amir acquaint area with tha Ebara Etar of Tooa Oft a a Oover neat now ditty Liele. I hat travelled amongst thou a Wrt of Toff Unity. And with eau with amp Aam to tha a Telligo de Aid Tham he found in every dwelling. A find Iha cd a Virgiaia North our Haa York Panay i la of Ltd r al hat to a rear Mauva Jimidee individuals from Noli other sustae. Of the finest lib Ries to to r duri my canvass for a seat Bere tray tax neighbourhood of a Attiat. It to there thu i elea the Fother the priest of ballot Tsaha a of Woi lilt cd. With tto Bible m the Bardo the he in to bad to evidence of Ita it Rae Ptim eng a la to spirit Devotion his thanksgivings to the god of to Fil thers and imploring in Christian his Oto Lily Tom Eony nuance of his bless Aga. Sir the Pioneer Bas not yet per Fomia he a a i to gentlemen Deaire to know when the Sattre wit pm to press Forward i will Felt thai. When the Labara of a cashing a Linn and a Ffoyd of Yir Ginia Bhan be crowned with suede a by file a of a the a Altay of the Oregon with sett Tew a it Tere if no aah a. Of Anglo Saxon Moomy in a not Tili Tea a in the tide of Western Ilaug Loii cease to of afar mid the Polh Domain. 1 cos a however but be reminded who i a a heard Tea Rao Afke of the gentle non from Maia a Reft Renea to tha Fia Ople of the West of the it pro Emoff of 0�sar, whoa be saw the Dagger of by Daar aet fiend raised against Bim. Comm As that Kotla maa does Troa a Young and growing state a earn not be Ionov feint of the claims of the Pio Oear to a Regald. I have nude these observations for the by Aalt it the a Whitlo not Andersland Iha Weitert a to of if geat Lauren would travel a Moa waste Law a top at Aba alias Law a Cit Ai it Greir Tapo Rupee Eross the slate a to of and Saa Oil of Una of this great the cities Towas. And villages the own a schools and All the variety of Imp Orementa the sea they a Adb cease to apply Asive epithets to us a cd be Pic Dot to become one Afua. It has not been my fort aha to travel Naeb a the East having for thirty airy or Draak the Waters of the waste Bat i have been Little air to Bast that will compare every that of too Sideres wit babe Mutaf hate the boar a part to sepia heat. A a Coa atry have i wet so Midi Equality. A have no porn Ilarina re dered a Sisam a by poverty nor have we Lanny overgrow a stirs. It May be said of a that there is us Ivein a Tenee and in Immy foiling Coalt a a Niue it me it Denee. I have thas or. Speaker i it nya Alf crafted on to notice several til in i Wib Idi Bare Baah Titi it Aii it Ducal into this diets a a be vhf not Mvi Vadia the Aua Tiaa before the a lbs a. 1 now Proem to briefly discuss this Nast Toni it leaven ath my in error of this abject when they Hata that Ohio Baa Raea ived in tha of Thia Road the sum of 6,900,000 dollars. Or. Paa Aiah a Asp Laiad that he re latin to to three state of Ohio Indiana Aad Lika Oia and that be waa reported incorrectly As refer i w to la Diane Fawe nest wrap Sacawa look a a Nineteen ref the Orriton of crafts enlisted in Ross county for the of Obi a caveat Ion have Yoaw out a adv arts it ing that this not Traia in tha thi eap and my a sack of fwd but aloof to the a a Demoa tha of i 5 la Pany Aoa Dit tar thai Lianas if a a or obtain add Uba a. Ara Omo a a i a the a Telimian a a diet inf Osom a or. Mole use a Koel of prod Aeed Tea Sabee Keiit in the a Halom of the tip to he oae flair a co Eek la pm Antum comm Sefl Bhagu a Afi Arii ii my Rith Btu. Aih Ina of tag iwo Are Fay the get the a Dato of to a Cir so. A a it i a i Quot a if. 1,

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