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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - May 27, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
I. lipid Riipi m. My Mem the published every wednesday if june ii Terre haute Jig Ceu Ity Indiana May �t7, Ign of. A if Wabash end it a skua Ltd a Mem a diet of of Igic to Iween we blk and Ohio a treets to i eat court House. dollars Fer Alf t\p0 doll mrs my fifty Vemta a Rill be received i Aid within eight mob be from the time of a or to Duurt if Peid a Edy Urce or within four Montlow. No paper disco Ottnad till All arrearage Are paid Ottelea at tie Opi iou of the proprietor. A failure to no City a at the end of tic year will be Eom dered a new engagement. Fri advertisement a to Thia paper will not be Al Lead to average More than four Colum it. Advertisements inserted three limes at one Dollar a Square 8 Iaea to be continued at the raiaofs9 cents per Era Are weekly. Unless the number of insertions be marked on the manuscript when invaded to it will be font inked till Ortle red out and Ehan Ped Accord Magly. published by the Quarter or longer will be Ebar cd $ i a Square $6 for six months or $10 a year. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15,50 for three squares for Quarter of a column of 9000 Ems $25 half a column $50 three fourths of a Colemn f63 for a column $75 a year. Advertisements authorised by statute must be paid for in Advance. Advertisements coming from abroad must be a con Laaied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. 0 postage must be paid. National democratic convention. In pursuance of the notice Given the delegates to this body met precisely at twelve o clock on tuesday morning in the Hall of the musical Asb Ocia Tion. Felix a bundt. Esq. Called the convention j to order and then moved that governor Hilt of new Hampshire take the chair and that Gen. Dix of new York be appointed Secretary pro Tern which was agreed to. On motion the Rev. Or. Bubke offered up prayer to the throne of Grace. On motion of or. Sampson a committee consist aug of one member from each state was appointed to Nomin candidates for president four vice presidents and a Secretary. I hated that at the coming presidential election the Jalm Cracy of the and of Penn could not be beaten tory federalism. The whole democracy of the stat were Here represented and they would speak trumpet tongued to the people. Quot we Quot continued or. K Quot hanging our Banner on the outer Wall we proclaim the eternal principle that Man is fit a self government and by the Aid of Almi to obd the people shall and will Rule. They they shall Triumph. And that party who Are afraid of their principles Are unworthy of the Suffrages and Confidence Oftle people of this glorious or. A bundt Rose amidst loud and enthusiastic cheering and said in one thing fellow citizens you Are not mistaken. I am a Veteran in the cause of democracy i was born so and have lived so even beyond my three ecord years. 1 have often met in political conflict men of the other party and am still ready to meet them wherever and whenever they May present themselves on proper and fit occasions. Yes sir an Olind sound vessel that has stood the Quicksand. The vials and the Sawyers of the Mississippi a that has met in the open sea the proudest Force of the enemy and never struck her Flag has often been compelled to meet their Little skiffs and bark canoes is still As sound As Ever and prepared for a new contest. I stand Here fellow countrymen As a Teni Tessean should stand Here a As an old Democrat and not Only that but i bring with me one who has done his duty in the Field this allusion to general Carroll was received with an Universal burst of applause Here we present ourselves to the democracy of the Union not fearing to speak to them As boldly As we have done in the Field and the Cabinet whatever it becomes patriotic to say and do. This however has Little to do with tie present question. What then is our duty 1 what Are the principles on which we Eland 1 we Bay that we Are the friends and advocates of equal rights or in other words that every Freeman shall stand on the Broad platform of Liberty and Equality we want an open Field and a fair argument we want no adventitious Aid either from exclusive privileges or banking corporations. But let me admonish you fellow Citize a that we must take care of this institution called a Bank of the United slates. Do you say that you will put it under such restraints As will prevent u from usurping the liberties of the country 1 what you put re j on the abject of abolition which the whip com it Mittee will not let their candidate seem i oat Apo. Van Buren has been most explicit. He has radar de Bia of Pattion to that fell spirit in terms and stated to Advance that he Oitto veto any Bill passed by Congress interfering with the quest Iii of slavery either in the state a in tip Dia it strict of Columbia Fiat How is it with the whig candidate 1 there Are vast numbers of abolitionists at the North and though they Aro a troublesome set of people their vote court a Well As those of others. Now the whig committee of Cincinnati have come to the conclusion that a letter written to the abolitionists unfavourable to their View would cause the loss of their votes while a letter of a contrary character would Cost them the votes of the South. Hence the Nece nity on their part for avoiding All correspondence on that subject for whether they wrote one Way or the other they would be placed in an awful predicament. After a few remarks or. G. Concluded by pledging himself that the people of his state would never vote for any Man whose principles and policy were not openly and fearlessly avowed to them and that Well knowing and having the i fullest Confidence in the present democratic candidate for the chief magistracy they would give him a Hearty and efficient support. Or. Clan of Alabama from the committee of 21, to recommend suitable persons for officers for the convention reported for preside no. Gov. William Carroll of to Nenese. For vice pret Idenia. We. T. Rogers of Pennsylvania. Gov. C. P. Van Ness of Vermont. We. , of North Carolina. Or. Charles Parry of Indiana. John Nelson Esq. Of Maryland. Hon. Alex. Moulon of Louisiana. For Sec Elarie. Geo. A. Starkweather of new York. C. J. Mcnuity of Ohio. G. B. Adran of new Jersey. Albert f. Raker of new Hampshire. The report of the committee was unanimously concurred in and the president was conducted to the chair. Or. Roueas moved that when the convention and i trains on this Unshon Samson that will Rise up Journ it do so to meet again at 4 o Clack. And Snag the feeble bands you May have put upon j the president or. Carroll then took the him they want to Rise up my fellow countrymen chair when and set themselves above tie Constitution and the on motion of or. Gaumot the convention and of negates Froh me set i attend wm.n.8bia> Means wills re Giitl w i said tue us Lohn casseday 6�maelh. Butr John m. Cost Simon com Unis c. Vaa Riper Rodman m. Price John a. Haroey John Harnen Samael a. Hansen red turd kidney Joserh a. Bowles Martin Ryeison John Ham soc Colin Robertson Josefh North in or. Georce a Nelsen to mtg of Joshua Eolia in. A. Benjamin Charles Burroni John a. Penine Henry Clough Thomas Moore. A. H. Annier Elias Wampole Wium Mcknight we. Cook Joseph k. Holme John r. Slack Joseph Pogh James Gunnel Pennsylvania. Siva Topial re Efard p tymm Paon w n. Mabou Davis if Alai a hcs Slot ceo. Bains Lar Jonathan rom Peter Kean Jon Fohan Hoo a Jeptha Abbotts Samuel Kopyar Geo. W. Rim a Edwasd Vaa Malar Thoa. Theamon g. B. Adnan Andrew anew waa. Mem j. L. Coat pm we. Patterson b. V. R. A Kermtt Joaeph Lancaster was. Stratton William t. Rogers John Felton Henry Horn Geo. L. Ashmead Jonn j. Mccahen Reah Fraser John h. Briton Jos. Engle Jacob Fry Henry Chapman John Westbrook John Weaver Henry w. Smith Simon Cameron Robert j. Fisher or. Enoch George John t. Stoddard col. James Polk or. Thomas Wilson or. Mock North Carolina. Robert h Hammond by Staicos. Moses Muean Henry Fel j. B. Ani s. F. Headley Willuam a i Trinkin Samael Dickinson Job Mann l. L. Rigel our Enos Hook John h. Wishart h. Gold Rogers John Breden Thomas Canningham Galbraith a. Irvine Maryland. John Nelson we. P. Maulsby Thomas Perry g. G. S. Key the scr Tabt than proceeded to Call the states institutions of the country. Look to that instrument journey. By which our liberties Are secured and where in it i do you find any thing to authorize the belief that our i wite forefathers intended that Money should Rule when when or. Smith of Maine suggested that it would be better to first ascertain whether All the delegates present were entitled to their seats before making the appointments proposed. Or. Clay of Labama was of the opinion that. R no question ought to be taken As to the eligibility j it is the democracy who Are the workingmen of the of any Delegate a Mil the committees should have country. Show me tue Man who wants to live on reported. I wits alone or by the injuries he can inflict upon or. Bred in moved that a committee be appointed his neighbors and i will Tel you that that Man is to receive the credentials of the delegates appu.nl-, not one of us. He does not belong to our party Al de this he deemed to be the proper course and ail. He is a federalist aristocrat and modern thought that if any other were adopted it would Lead Wiig besides. There was a time when the name to confusion. Afternoon session. The convention met again at 4 o clock pursuant where freemen Only Fli Ould do so. Is it Money that to adjournment. Loakes the Man or honest Industry 1 it 18 honest 1 the president then Rose and addressed the con Industry aided by virtue and let me toll you that mention to the following effect Fel of Mitizi ji8 i should do injustice to my feelings if i were to omit the expression of my gratitude on this occasion for the unexpected Honor conferred on my in calling upon me to preside Over the deliberations of this body. I beg leave to remark however in Justice to the convention and to myself that i feel As if i was disqualified for the discharge a of whig sounded delightful to every Patriot s ear of the duties of the station in which i am placed or. Wishart opposed Flie motion maintaining but that tune has passed by. They were the whigs for although i have spent Twenty years of my life in the Call of the Roll should be continued and that of the revolution the friends of the county. There ,e service of my country in peace and in War yet when it was gone through with then a committee was no Antii a Gold diffused among them for Tivey it go happened that i might be appointed to examine credentials of Dele would not take it. There was no British influence Actu if upon Iheson for they loved their country too or. Clat of Alabama took a similar View of the was no Antis a Gold diffused among them for Tivey it has so happened that i never belonged to a deliberative Assembly. Of course then it is not to be _ expected that i should possess such a knowledge of Well to be swayed by foreign influence. Now i do the rules to govern their proceedings As is Necess a question. J not charge in s against the present whig party for it by to the discharge of the duties of the station i the Paesi naut pro. Tem. Stated that the motion is not Safe or just to Deal in such harsh denunciations have been called to fill. I beg leave to remark would be More properly in order when the gentle but this i must say that when you do find such however that i shall throw myself on your Indus men present should have taken their seats. Men Nineteen out of every Twenty of them do not be gence and when 1 am at a loss i shall ask the Aid the Secretary then proceeded in the Call of states Long to our party and that is not All men who do of those who have More experience and Are Able to and having completed it. It appeared there were evil Hun the Light they do not want their deeds to guide me in that respect. And in truth when 1 delegates from 21 states in attendance for list see he seen. Now w he her it is a consciousness or not consider the cause which has brought us together next column to at they Are acting wrong he would not say but so it i can expect nothing but unanimity in our proceed or. Kalfman a moved As an amendment to the Liat the Are unwilling to disclose to their Jingo. There will therefore be very Little demand original motion that a committee be appointed countrymen the principles which govern them or in for any thing like Talent in the presiding officer consisting of one Dulog from each state to re j deed whether they have any principles Al All. Is it when i came Here i did not expect to be elevated commend the apr ointment of the officers in question i not air to infer that they Well know that if they to this office and i fell my incompetence and i disclo8c their opinions and the objects for which had a desire this morning that the committee would i they Are contending that the people will never put j not present Ray name. However As i came Here i them in office while casting my eyes around the resolved to do my duty in whatever room i see my Ohio friends and this reminds meow Cincinnati and Tite manner in which the whigs j manage their affairs there. At the close of the late i War with great Britain was there a Man woman i or child in that City who Ever thought of taking up the present whig candid for the presidency 1 now i do pot wish to detract from the merits of that Indi w. N. Edwards Perrin Busbee James s. Battle Joseph stumps we. O. Butler f. C. Mccalla Felix Grundy Sam i h. Laugh Lin a. Anderson we. Carroll John c. Rodgers Jonas e. Thomas Arthur r. Crozier Harvey Watterson James i. Farran win. Burke James Giddings s. Medary t. S. Bates w. B. Morris w. Patt Rwm Peter Kauffman David Hubbard Jesse Beene Robert j. Walker Jacob Thompson r. C. Nichols t. M. Wadsworth and that the name of each member be named which was agreed to. 1 he following persons were appointed John g. Perkins of Maine. Henry y. Simpson of new h imps hire. Phineas Allen of Massachusetts. Wiliam Ennie of Rhode Island. John Kellog of Vermont. William m. Oliver of new York. Joseph Northup of new Jersey. Joseph Eagle of Pennsylvania. John t. Stoddart of Maryland. William n. Edwards of North Carolina. Joseph Sturgis of Georgia. F. C. Mccalla of Kentucky. Samuel h. Laughlin of Tennessee. Samuel Medar of Ohio. Dement , of Alabama. Robert j. Walker of Mississippi. R. C. Nicholas of Louisiana. Nathan Jackson of Indiana John Jameson of Missouri. Elijah b. Mitchell of Michigan. Eld Ward Cross of Arkansas. Or. Is fit of Maine moved the appointment of a committee vesting the committee with Power to ascertain who were entitled to Seata in this convention and also to report their names agreed to. Motion it waa ordered that the committee a hould consist of nine members and that the president appoint it. The then named the following gentlemen to constitute the committee Wiliam t. Roters Pennsylvania. resolved to do my duty in whatever station i might be placed either As a Soldier or an officer i have submitted to them. With a single additional remark i shall trouble you no further. The cause which has brought us together this Day is the cause of the american people and it is one in which every Republican feels a deep and abiding interest. It is a cause if we succeed to promote the Happi Thomas t. Fay an Sumner a. Williams Robert m. Morgan Georgia. Ossian Gre Corr Kentucky. Lynn Boyd Tennessee. H. L. Tumey p. B. Anderson we. Decay Newton Clark James Dorich Williamson Smith Abraham Mcclellan Ohio. John Hastings John b. Weiler we. Doan s. A. Barker a. Patterson j. Mcnulty Daniel m. Cook we. H. Baldwin Alabama. C. A Clay Lyd Moore Mississippi. A. G. Brown Gen. M. F. Degraffenrid Louisiana. Alex. Mouton . Two my a Saragna. A Cru. Dmar. Essert Neisy. Clament a. Ctr Efi Bebart j. Wis l my a my san of a to Saim. A Elden pcs Nanti of i chins Edward cams a Taftaf. On Mot of the caveat in Anyei Rand to meet Aisha at a nit to a John Cain Charles Parry a Tilghman a. Howard we. Wick John Carr Hugh Oneil John Jameson Elijah b. Mitchell s. Mcknight Indiana. Miles Murphy Nathan Jackson Thomas Smith John w. Davis Missouri. Falkland h. Martin Dunham Spoa Rioz Michigan. R. A. Forsyth i visual for i wish that he was Wise Rand better and Ness and Prosperity of the yeomanry of the country i sctt were adopted Arkansas. Edward Cross. Or. Hill submitted the following resolutions which after a few remarks by messes. Kauffman Grundy and a the great body of the people. We have nothing then to do but Liat which intimately i concerns All who belong to the Republican party and that is to take Post in the ranks wherever it be and to fight the Battu manfully till november next and if we do that the Victory will be ours. But gentlemen rely More Meir torinus than he is but let us see How he i is to be made president. It will be recollected by All of us that when the name of Andrew Jackson was announced fur the presidency the nomination like a Blaze extended through the whole country and never ceased to slow its Light till the illustrious hero. Jand statesman was elevated to the chief magistral Quot Quot Jyi a. A a a. A a. Not to one single Inch left in our ranks for the enemy to by. It is Trueth it Art contrivances amp a. Prevented an inroads. I we do defeat May be the consequence his election at the hrs trial but the next time All i it very Republican ii the unit stotes the devices of the Federal party were ineffectual to and More especially to atm now present determine to do Joel Terrell of new York. Join a Asaide of new Jersey. Ila. Quot Thomas Wilson of Maryland. Jonas e. Thomas of Tennessee. Albert Baker of new Hampshire. Peter Kan Mann of Ohio. Jaurea b. Peck of Vermont. Jeanae bean of Alabama. Or. Ronenia moved that when the convention a Joara it any porn to meet again at 4 o clock this and Moon -. Agreed to. Or. Of most then Rose and proceeded t. Gentil i Der there must prevent it. His duty and Victory will be the Nevit be Coos Quence. But to return to the state of Ohio and the City of loud and reiterated cheers Cincinnati. The whigs there have a candidate 1 Crumdy Here announced that he had discharged whom they want to make president and of whom the committee on nominations who had Al four years ago very Little was heard j hot within the we sized Quot at t e convention was last few months no mortal Man has Ever grown so the la Hack or at the suggestion of or. Vastly As he. From a Plain honest clerk of a Cou Wnendt came Forward and offered up prayer to the to court who interfered with nobody and with throne of Grace. H to can measure his fitness and capacity for j if Quot i Ink station to which he aspires. What have a Quot Quot friends done in regard to him 1 Why they Jurt a remarks in favor of a strict scrutiny being in into the Quaill cation and rights of Gen Tiemen preventing themselves Here As delegates Tama the respective Sites which they profess to re prenant. He Arford that an investigation was it in order to prevent injustice being done whom nobody interfered he has grown to an astonishingly great Man destined in their opinions to carry All tie lure him. But notwithstanding All this no one can by any possibility come at his opinions on any of the great questions interesting to the country nor obtain any information in regard to him by which the h his friends won t let him be measured at All. They have Shu Bim up i will not a sir in a Cage but he might As Well be in one and will not let him have the use of pen Ink and paper while his conscience keepers gov. Isaac Hill say thu he shall neither speak nor write and they Henry to Simpson will not do it for him. Now ask this convention Johnp. As sober reflecting men if this is the Way to make to make 1 the president for the people of the United states 1 Albert Smith Edward Obrien to the per a had been the Case Fuir years ago car re to Tenn Faaee. He said that this Conven ochae ont with a Clear candid and tote declaration of the anti agents of the Republican a mtg a Hera represented. If the v did so and shoo id m ofert in the not plea avowed there could be no Doe bet a Boneta free and Independent people a a do Amain them. He repeated that if this con Setien were Frank we the people they would be App erred. If a awarded being in the Rit. But if Tiff of warm if. To for Weald at least of Down in a to us Yomei Eamona Leavi Etibo of Irving performed Mim Bav believed to be their Dij. However whether right or wrong let Aat a them what we Iii Ani Boc i Llu or Denebe then of acting Ruth War to amt Eirew belief. Lendle ing half Elf Liria Annh lie wet new tide Hie heat map mid Addfina the Contemp of i Artber on Thia a a Awit Hec Mcne Iob try so ilium i Hielm that the Dele in. Onm4jr j a did preened of Mim the a Miber of my in Larteri a dial it in Minoa Aal be 1 want to push this matter i Little further. Or. Burke the posts ter at Cincinnati is Here and i intend before we leave this place to ask him to state whether this committee does not regularly attend their candidate to the Post office when he goes for letters to see that he gets none that Are not such As they Are willing that he should receive. It is True that there Are Many wags in this country and that Amine of them May probably White coaxing letters to the old gentleman. And Hia whig advisers May wish to Nave hint tho mortification of Reading them or their my wish to save postage which is always refunded on returning such letters to the Post office. But they open All Bis letters for him and where there is nothing to be said in reply they Adb wer then though when there a they will oot answer to Flam at All. Noar Thia a the Way in which they want to make a preempt of to United Sui a. It waa Dif Brent in old Tiili. Wilia Andrew Jaek Eon was no for the a Reethea of a Wood Fri any Aei of men opened and Nae were hit letter for him. When he received it fitter be Mnawer it it himself a Ltd whether a i Wnm be Rupf wed to atm with Nat pm a muted to waa if Coniam of a of wait Ingleiii Down to thl the Attim aft Prea ii it Hie Opi aim a try priced a to state policy in go a a to Lii or. Roocks from the committee appointed to examine the credentials of delegates made a report of that subject which was Laid on uie table for tha present and was As of pillows list of delegates. Maine. He Seikh Williams Samuel Wilb Dorial Hammond James Bell Alfred Marshall new Hampshire. Thomas j. Parsons Horace Chase John coat of Edmund barks John p. Smith Nathan 8. Berry Albert Baker John r. Radine Vermont. Comelis p. Vonness e. B. Chm we. C. Bad key Isaae Mcdonalds Lucius pack Massachusetts. Phi Oaas Allen Rhode Island. James Banner Thomas 8. Taylor John Brown Frances we. Ennis Leffey hard lamas 8. Ullvan Nathaniel Buck 8mhlk Date j. Puhm Oia Rii dal Iraq it be Samuel t. Atwall a Oil a g. Al Liam. New York. Resolved that a committee be appointed to draft resolutions declaratory of the principles of the Recob Liao party of the Union. Resolved that a committee be appointed to prepare an address in support of the principles of the Raub Mcaa party of the Union. On motion by or. Gillot the president called on the delegates by Stales to nominate one person from each of the states to Ernst tote the committee to prepare resolutions declaratory of tie print a of the repel mean party of the Union Wynea the Toho Wiig gentleman wore Spost de to the convention and pointed David Hammond of Mana. John r. Re no of new Hampshire. Phineas Allen of Massae Onaetta. George g. Stiness of Rhode Island Lucius y. Peck of v Ermont. Hon. Re Isom h. Gillet of new York chairman. John m. Co Matlyn of new Jersey. John Breeden a Pennsylvania. Henry g. 8. Key of Maryland. Bus babe of North Carolina. Ossian Gregory of Georgia. Hon. Lynn Boyd. . Samuel h. Tennessee. Peter Kauffman of Ohio. Hon. David Hubbard of Alabama. Gen. Der Reid of Issi Nappi. Hon. R. C. Nie Hohu of Louisiana. Bon Ian Cain of Indiana. Lagro. Neu of Missert. So of Mcknight of Michigan. Hon Quot Edward Cross of Arkansas. On motion by or. Hill the follow my gentlemen warn appointed after the same manner to Ernst tote the Seq a a Mitten to prepare an address in support of the Principia of the rape Allcan party of tha Unini via Samae Wells Esq. Of a. Gov. Isaae bib of new Clark Dample of Slowie Mand. John Kell ref a Emmet John a. Do of new Yerk Henry ii col. W Jehn i pm Kwh. Lord 9d cat. Ward so Pema do Weed a charges a. Pania a it it Arnm 4tk bal mme Wanen 8�br a a Imp Frederiek unating 17lb Joel Toner a it Al Tad 18lb David d. Alan Riidu Andrei Yanief Tenneseea. Szamela. Flar of que. Jas Sereew Matiiw % a. I Slisi at Psi r Loo Loek a Mathew by Raing. Rte Ella spes Flusa is sirs. View any of Lavane Aad Smith when the meet tag dimmed. . Mat 5, 1840i the convention met pursuant to adjourn no when or. Boniv made an Addrena to tie thai Grace. Or. Bumm of a Sylvai a said he held in Hia hand the proci6edioga of a Public meeting held id Hardy count a Vrrginia at which meeting several Gentzen a had been i pointed to attend this convention. Two of that delegation or. O. T. Bam Ana and n. D. Pannal were then present. He observed that it waa known that a state Conven Tion of Virginia had determined no to and delegates to Thea convention. Thia county waa not represented in that convention. Finder the circumstances of the moved that the proceedings of this meeting with the credentials of the delegates be referred to the committee on credentials. Or. 6ii.i.rr, of new York from the committee appointed to draft Reao Antiona expressing the View and principles of the democratic party reported that they had Hod that subject under consideration and that they had instructed him to report the following Resolution. He was fully instructed to say that the committee waa entirely Una Dimotis in favor of the proposition a they submitted to Thia Conven Tion. 1. Resolved that the Federal government a one of limited Powers derived solely from the Constitution and the Grants of Power shown therein ought to be strictly construed by All the i part ments and agents of the government and that it is inexpedient and dangerous to exercise doubtful constitutional Power. 2. Resolved that the Constitution does not Confer upon the general govern sent the Power to com Mence and carry on a general system of internal improvements 3. Resolved that the Constitution does not Confer authority upon the Federal government directly or indirectly to assume the debt of the several ates contracted for local improvements or other state purposes nor would such Assumption be just or expedient. 4. Resolved that Justice and found policy forbid the Federal government to Foster one Branch of Industry to the detriment of another or to cherish the interests of one portion to the injury of another portion of our common country that every citizen and every Section of the country Haa a right to demand and insist upon an Equality of rights and privileges and to Complete an ample Protection of persons and property Froin Domestic violence or foreign aggression. 5. A solved that it is the duty of every Branch of Tite government to enforce and practise the most rigid Economy in conducting our Public affairs and that no More Revenue should be raised than is required to defray the necessary expenses of the government. 6. Resolved that Congress has no Power to charter a National Bank that we believe such an institution one of deadly hostility to the Best interests of the country dangerous to our Republican institutions and Tim liberties of the people and calculated to place the business of the country within the control of a concentrated Money Power and above the Laws and will of the people. 7. Resolved that Congress has no Power under the Constitution to interfere with nor control the Domestic institutions of the several states and that such states Are the sole and proper judges of every thing appertaining to their own affairs not prohibited by the Constitution that All Efi torts of the abolitionists and others made to induce Congress to interfere with questions of slavery or to take incipient Steps in relation thereto Are calculated to Lead to the Moat alarming and dangerous Conseen Ces and that All Sach efforts have an inevitable tendency to diminish the happiness of the people and endanger the stability and permanency of the Union and ought not to be countenanced by any Friend to our political Inabit Timis. 3. Resolved that the Liberal principles embodied by Jefferson in the declaration of and sanctioned in the Constitution which makes Oura a land of Liberty and the Asylum of the of preened of every nation have Efer been Cardinal Prici Plain the democratic Fri it and every attempt to Atridge the present privilege of becoming Citi Iena and the owners of Oil among a ought to be resisted with the same spirit which swept the a Lien and sedition Laws from our statute books. the moved that the ovation be taken on each real upon separately which bail been accordingly done they were severally Unnar Monsler. The president inquired if the other committees were read to it report. Or. Tutu it of new Hampshire remarked that the committee on the Addrena had met together and had agreed ofe one to present to the convention by a in Anemona vote. The Addrena however had Ai special reference to the Noii nation expected to be. Made Bat a the Coith bitter hat Dan atlese Sollei rated Whit the acini Natilea would be it might Noti he Imp per to report it at that time. Or. Gobi it asked if the Genu Emtin enee to the nomination fir the Vicere Fidanc or. Titu. Replied that it bed referee to or Aikenton Lii it or. A pre Arad a Tope that tto ram on the Addrena Tatj a not be received a Anil the report or the it nominating Cemian Tley. The president observed that the report i he nominating committee not Britt of try. In in he a 5� surely no Ewijk what it Ami Taftt there i slim Sam but we pitl certain candidate for the Olimi of the wished to Hilaire every Jet. Here inf ramd us that Umic a in of making of the report of Law Udini Molur and Ulitt waa that the Doha Riiman waa Foba Iii engaged a writing it . Then preen a ded Wii eat Al Clat of Alabama having intimated to Lii in the Addrena or. Clat of Alabama hot fog intimated to a the commit Leon were my or with report or. It8ao9ri, a re8ol�ti� t in Takin the ovum i to a Misti of my it a Hotilda give itt6ll n vote m their state tra entitled to to the Elee Tiee of Lawdeen and Ttoe pie eident or the him state. Or. Karmak moved to Amend the As to designate the manner in which eee ii Tion Ahal announce ita vote which be the Resolution waa after some Reaia Kii Orondo and Day adopted we hot a Devi Aiea. Or. Clat of Alabama in be of the Noah Lac. Ing committee submitted the full owing report. Jim would Only remark he said by Way of exp Esti a of his position in the committee that he Alm present the result of their deliberations Watt comment. Be would barely however remark Skaf the conclusion to which the committee bad Arif Milf waa the result of Harmony Concession and Nial carrying oot the democratic principle of thing fur measures and nothing for men. 1 then read the report and Reao Antiona a Folio and whereas in order to carry out the pria a herein avowed it is important that a chief a i trate should Bis Coeen whose opinion Are known to be in accordance with them and a maj of the states have nominated Martin Yan Boron a acan dilate for re election to the office he now holds and which he has filled with distinguished Honor to we self and advantage to the Best interests of the Denim try and a it is apparent from indication not 1� be doubted that the undivided wishes of the to pub it lican party throughout the Union Point to him a to individual Best calculated at the present Joa taif to execute the measures policy which they essential to the Public welfare and a the my of this convention unanimously concur in the Ion so generally ent ruined by their con stitch thereupon resolved that Thia convention do of name of Martin Yan Buren to the people As socratic candidate for the office of president of tto United states and that we will spare no Hoa orate Effi it its to secure his election. Of Quot and whereas several of the states which if it nominated Martin Yan Buren As a candidate Ibry presidency have put in nomination different individuals As candidates for the office of Nice resident thus indicating a diversity of opinion As to the person Best entitled to the Nomina Timi and a Heck a some of the said Sute Sare not represented in this convention and As All the individuals so nominated have filled the various Public trusts confided to them ably and faithfully add have thereby secured to them moves the Confidence of their Republican fellow citizens thereupon resolved that the convention deem it expedient at the present time not to choose Between the individuals in nomination but to leave tho decision to their Republican fellow citizens in the several states trusting that before the election shall take place their opinions shall become so concent and As to secure the Choice of a vice president by the electoral colleges. Or. Ash bad of Pennsylvania thes observed that there can be no objection to the a option of the preamble and the first of the Resoluti doa in Recti to to the nomination for president. On that quem Lon the convention was unanimous. There were Objet tons to the second Resolution and he therein moved that the question be divided so a to take it first on the preamble and Firste solution and after wards on the second Resolution. This motion having been agreed to the question was taken on the preamble and first Resolution Nad they were unanimously adopted. Or. Butler of Kentucky then Rose and aau that by the instruct cams of the committee he Roee for the purpose of laying before the con hmm a letter which he had received from the press Vine president of the United states. He did not for the purpose of throwing the Apple of disc cd a fore the convention hot amp the ii polite Porpon. He Well knew that there was no Man be Kemt to present this offering for the Public mod As til nth if the failure to nominate Richard it. To he fit in any one part of the United 8fent��, it was in. That neighbourhood where he resided. Qto represented the very District which has so Long a nil so Faith fury been represented by that ,4ti whole. Behalf he now Addrea Aej lbs so i m fat invention. He be knowledge that be Berf disappointed he a it not pledged thai he til Lub ame Little Atifa of when the Lett inf the committee dub Eriom was Hau frn to a in that had passed off. We have met Here said or. B. For Tom Mablie i my and our own India tonal of belong Murt give tray a amp a Otthat eat be served. After earring the Lei Hia rate distinguished of kind and Fhy fwd eur to word say that if there Ems one incl Vidal pro who like him Felt let Hita tev ill that mania not lost to his country. 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