Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
29 Oct 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - October 29, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana Published every a Edna Day the 8peakimo with the feb Boom or a Mah rib a to a of , a Frt ofe Orff a a . In m h volume he Ute Vieiro county India Iva october of number the Wabash enquirer 1$ published every wednesday a once on 4th, be Viveen Wabash and Ohio to ret directly East of Flat court Houe. Terms two dollars per annul. In Advance. Papers will Ivan ably be a discontinued As soon As the time tor which Tbs a have been paid expires Quot general Harrison a second rate so says the National intelligencer. In the National intelligencer of 8egteinb�r 30, 1835, let its editors look at their file and deny it if Uliey can ibid is the character Given of the Man it in now advocating. They give in this paper an extract from the Pittsburgh Gazette speaking very of Gen. Hak Riblom saying Quot he has no striking qualifications Quot is not a Man fan High Une Dollar will be received for six months and a order Quot amp a. Also from the Pittsburgh adv Tifty cent a for three Moi the five dollars n Advance will pay for three years or for three paper for one year. Adver Rise mints inserted three times at one Dollar a Square 8 lines to be continued at the rate of25 cents per Square weekly. Unless the num Cate saying Quot it 8 Idle to talk about Gen. Harrison in Pennsylvania. No press in Western Pennsylvania has declared in his favour and As for the people crazy relics of the revolution. Certain Young ladies of Notti Gbain n. A it seems sent a Banner to the Baltimore convention of cider barrels and lug Cabins which was called the Quot new Jersey Banner Quot and was intended to Bear the testimony of the Jersey Bluet in favor of the Baltimore convention of British we Ion a As being True wigs. The pretension of the daughters of federalism As True blues to Confer a title on the hard cide rites to the glorious appellation they have assumed has roused the spirit of the venerable matrons of Nottingham the widows and daughters of revolutionary Patriot so and they have come Forward to proclaim the real character of the Banner sent to Bdl Timure and to deny that he was the True Ensign of the whig ism of the revolution or repro As they May be flattering by supposed after in a try the sentiments or feelings of the surviving men they Are not to be lashed by any process into wind Over our slate when Gen. Jackson was Nomi i i in their own editorial comments on this subject after noticing with disapprobation the course a a Fer Ber of insertions be marked on tie manuscript when excitement like that which p issued like a whirl handed in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisement published by the Quarter or longer will be charged a Square $6 for six month or $10 a year. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $1.5,541 for to tire Stii in s. $ 2u for Quarter of a Cohran of a a pm Ems $2o half a column $-5<� three fourths of a column. $63 for a column $ 5 a year. Advertisements authorised by statute must be paid for in i Lance. Advertis Mike its comm from abroad must be a of Paiit d with tiie Casio ordered for Public Cati it a by a Bri tier publisher. To i Ostal Quot melt to i a. Widows and daughters of the patriots who bore the True Flag of Independence. Timeir resolutions on this subject were drawn by a lady of talents the daughter of a revolutionary Patriot and the grand daughter of another. By private letter be Are informed that the whole proceeding from the just y Herald a whig a a per. It Usk it of pm it Pui Sinf Pec Mary Lam whig editors who had admitted or. Web Star s i was the unprompted act. Of tho ladies themselves merits and pretensions but objected to his who even rejected the proffered signature of or. Being Tlle Wing candidate for the presidency on i Jim. Parker a revolutionary pensioner at whose account of popular prejudices against him they go son s House tue meeting was held and whose aged on to say what follows wife alien giving her signature exclaimed Quot Long a a How much More Manly and commendable it live Jar ton and Tan appears to us. Is the language of another w Hig de mrs. E. Johnson who offered the Resolution in re tor 111 the West. W Hile we can Point says he to Gard to Wing ladies in their such names As Webster and Clay in the Roll of the Banner is tie grand Dat igniter of mrs. Cannon a whig party we can never consent to Stop to the pensioner. Both of whose grand fathers As Well As Selecon of a second rate Man. It would be doing five uncles served in tie revolution and were pen injustice to these men. As Well As convicting our sinners and her father now dead was taken by the the erred him . A Ible system no the acid if which selves of the grossest inconsistency. Here then it appeared to the intelligencer Quot Manly and commendable to Siy that Gen. Hah i Kison w As a Quot second Rale Man Quot and that they could ii Quot Tri tru Quot �"1111111 Cici a Iii Quot i. I arc the unwed St be. And . Fast a Quot a or consent u. Stoup to the Selec Ion of a second rate Man ind that to do so would convict them of the Grossell Intonti Trency. It Cali idiot he pretended that Gen. Harrison has done any thing since Tsien to authorize any change the la a two , Are by their Vavak of opinion about him. Since then he has run for Ennu the indignation of the Philadelphia to a h e presidency and certainly came out Only As dec degree must so a an . Tins a Quot a Rae he has done nothing else except to farm arises from the system of marking checks an opera his lands and hire other people to do the duties of a Good Ofhie his clerkship of Hamilton county y a Whle he received the profits of their labor All its Dissen ii Ion. And tie event we carry out of existence the Banks of the Section of the Uii Iii. Some of Liose in the a nettle no slates and the i med St lies and a Izard b Ink British during the last War ih12 and confined in dartmoor prison. Mrs Lipes the president of the Mieting is the widow of a revolutionary Patriot and now a pensioner. Or. Van Buren certainly deserves the gratitude of the relics of our revolution for his admirable speech on the pension Bill in the Senate when it was considered As lost by some of its warmest advocates undoubtedly passed the Bill. This was admitted at the time by senators both for and against the measure. It will be seen from Gen. Harrison s letter to the Louisville legion in july last that he announces the merits of tho Mirse Wii Icli will Tun which has been Severein commented on. In Cera go Quot Quot a a u. A. A be remnant and relics of those who shed their Tai Quarter. And a. Severely defended by the venal while he received the profile of their labor a revolutionary struggle at the same press of Philadelphia. The eyes of the Community which we presume might be done by a second Rae expresses his Zeal for his militia sys Quot ii else that we have been told of his doings which proposed to Lay out the revenues of the,.1. Us u 1 nation in educating a nation of . And even Itiat is not the truth is that he has lived 1 am it i n. A i. I it in a log Cabin and been a Drinker of hard cider i he Louisville legion. But this can hardly save the intelligencer and the i Quot North band february 3, 1840. In lugs from this and milled conviction of it grossest it May perhaps be unknown to you gentlemen inconsistency in consenting to Sloop to the selection of i at the formation of such a corps u s yours upon an a second rate Man. Extensive scale throughout the Union has Long been we have also another whig witness to Call As favorite project of mine. So Long ago As the year to the character and quiz fictions of a men. endeavoured to Call the attention of the a in 6, after Gen. had been nominated i ten to tie Obj it. In a series of letters to the Ven Ither Sua it of i sii Iii a he Troy mail declared not Only that he was Quot a Grable revolutionary Soldier and Patriot. General tail the institutions Man of no particular respect Lui Lity of character and Jii Arles Scott at that tune governor of Kentucky. Wholly obscure As to talents and decidedly i Sig Quot need letters advocated the formation of annual Are however at last opened to Case and Many re Pii Siung a bring the Rotten a Merns to reason. A old Mer Clia it whose Annirie i have of Phil Ali i. Presented his Check at tie Lii Rard Bink Niy Wii Icli was As usual marked Quot Good Quot Anh pay r t . With this Check ended voted to pay this note at one of the other b inks. Bul it was refused Ruul his note 1 my ver. In con Seq Nice of llii.-. He a Bri Iii Lii in inti m my not the Girard , damage . I or loss of credit sustained try the did to Quot tor of in note. My Lar nature Hue ii Ltd to Lute l will i. N find Lih v Are n to either the Law or Public opine <.n. Tie whle coming Sci in iffy is a of the in Ted states arc at a stain. Lit ci1ue the i Lii Iii Quot trite. And the Girard balls will neither Iii Hen Imp allow others to do so. I he country a never in a better in regard to its a ter dial cum inertial Reli Tigris than now. Foreign exchanges ind cat m All the port. With the Excel a and . L,.liui. Itiat the balance is in our favor. The thus far have been Sci Ricly larger than the re exportation and cur immense Cotton crop and other produce. Remain to Kettle Quot or the which will be Juipi red for Yunsu Nipton during the coming year. J he now state of a a rices is a guaranty that the in Piir tic will be Small and the exp Kirts Large. There is. Therefore but very Little Prospect of an external demand for Secie for Many months. J he Domestic exchanges arc in a most disordered cond Tion in All the states Wain the influence of the suspended Banks. These comprise the producing and importing states while in new York and new ii glad the manufacturing and i inti rating states the Banks All pay specie and Exchange is at Par. There is and a a hot bios Aapha of Gen. Al Illiam a Harrison a is a federalist. Bora feb it it to la 1378, it Berkley in vs., a in the the of feb next if his Troia bang limbs and totter Steps survive the Bifora of Anthi Ohi Widter sixty eight years old and will be before the end the next presidential term if a kind Providence shall so lengthen out his Days seventy two years old. His Early life is not distinguished by any thing Tokhy of remark or admiration except that at the age of 18, he became a member of an abolition society. In 1796, was a Delegate in Congress from the North West territory. Was a Black cockade federalist during the reign of terror. A supporter of the alien and sedition Law administration of John Adams. Opposed to the election of Thomas Jefferson the great apostle and Champion of american democracy and was appointed during that great struggle Between Black cockade federalism and democracy by John Adams governor of the territory of Indiana As a Reward for services rendered to Bis alien and sedition Law administration. While governor of that territory he approved and signed a Law for Selling free White men and women into slavery for debts incurred by fines and costs with a penalty of thirty nine lashes if the White slave male or female sought Liberty by absconding from servitude. He also approved and signed a Law imposing a property qualification upon voters supporting the principle that none but such of owned a Freehold of fifty acres of land ought to be entitled to the right of suffrage. In 1812 he received the appointment of commander in chief of the n. W. Army. In 1814, in the darkest period of the War with great Britain when rapine and conflagration were wasting the fairest portions of our country when the blood of Uno fending women and children was reeking from the hands of the murderous Savage and rolling its Crimson tide Over the land when the Quot roof of the poor Man was Given to the flames and his flesh to the eagles Quot when Martin Van Buren was in the Senate of the state of new York urging with All the Powers of i giant mind and masterly eloquence his Bill for the immediate raising of troops to stay the death March of British robbers and plunderers and to drive Bak to their fortresses the demons of British Power Oen. Harrison,.j another whig song for the Loco Fogo prb8s. Voting Day. Tv1tz.-wa9mnf Vay. Stir cause with clods was Over Ajit. Oar Hopes began Tib. Fall when we devised % Jan at Lam to raise a heaver Squall. We told old a and Winfield Scott to get ont of the Wiy for Triumph with them we could not upon a voting Day. So tis March Noarch drum drum Shont shout away. With Horrison we i go ahead from in pfc pm poft., there i 9 new a Al refit a hard pm of the time whom a Nepi reach a Oitim pay Clear yet a Deli pro a an Poitier we children we Iii Stock or the Impi a porn on by As Tom the a re a a and. The to a a has own in k. that Iii cant so far As needed abilities Are concerned Quot Camps of discipline in which the select corps of the i but that lie was nominated n to from any intrinsic ,,1 tia were to be instructed at the Public expense. Powers of intellect lie possesses but merely because in a tie in cult a of in the fifteenth he has lir own around odious character <j.�?zgrea.h, i presented a report containing the out of military popularity a system of military education of All the whether from cowardice or private quarrels is in youths of the country in the Ordinary seminaries of material u. S the la a number of the harsh org learning. In Short i have neglected no opportune no sir Van he Pii Wivel Mold a reporter gives a search icing review of the condition Congress in letters in speeches and in toasts�1�. Toui a Mie importance i for tho luit he in Pireu he was succeeded by that Brave old Soldier Quot and sought safety at Home which All the binks in Penn it Sylvania must submit to of creating a National defence suited to the tha Quot Rac <.ou,.ujr in to a a tired of the Hank of the United St a a i f resuming specie payment in january next Natur i four government. Ally leads to the inquiry into their ability to comply with tie requisitions of the Law. So Many of the Banks Are depending on the movements of the great Vampire institution that an investigation into its condition gives an insight into the moving Power by which All will be Likely to act at least All within the vortex of its influence. After re capitulating tie conflicting statements put Forth by the Bank of the United slates Here and in 1 i Europe since october l ii9. And proving that All were deceptive the reporter sums up the recapitulation in the following emphatic words Quot we reiterate our firmer declaration that this Bank is utterly we arc also informed that. Apparently a heavy indebtedness from tho South and. Jet to. To new York and new engl my. This grows i Tow the Tandang the Satis fac Ory report of the no a int of the operations of the l. S. Bank last year i . And the divided committee of a the and East sent their goods und Man fac a up sushi cams Are entertained by Tures to the amount of i75. Kim Kukuo ,Ladel,.h.a. Dec ors that they had l of then nor from whence they were distributed through the i by Southern and Western sections. The proceeds of the acquired any accurate knowledge of the i . G a c losses sustained by this in i i hey of the same agents the Piu Ladelphia Banks and the Quot a ked truth which will Southern Banks in their interest and have not been by known when the Bank goes unto liquidation which event cannot be far off and its assets col real owners and paid Over to its credit so much has the subject occupied my mind that it has often been As in oppositely introduced As the celebrated Delenda est Carthage of the elder Ca to. But my efforts have been in vain. The attention of our rulers and the revenues of the country have been directed to other objects considered no doubt by them As More important. Such however were not the up Niotis of the roman and grecian senates when Rome and Greece were free nor in modern times of tho greatest of British statesmen the immortal we. Pitt the elder nor of our own Washington and Jefferson. Will the citizens who Are enrolled As the defenders of our country longer suffer under this Gross neglect i will they longer tolerate such a militia system if system it May be called and such pension system devoid of every feature of Justice and every principle of Republican amt Viji Liam guard the ballot boxes. The democracy of the state have nothing so much to fear As frauds at the ballot boxes. The immense interests at slake the experience of other states applied to the payment of the goods but have been Wincn event Canuti of Lar on Jana us assets coi trader of Many of the Active instruments of lost in speculations and do not now exist. They its owners a paid Over to la credit Money for which Cotton was sold in Europe. Has been prevented by the Law s delay irom a fic enl measures to prevent the invested in v Elsbur. And other stocks thu arc a a a a Quot forcing the pay men of their just valueless consequently the Eastern debts cannot be the imperfect returns paid until those stocks Are inflated and receive a Quot de by the Bank Lorl february april and May of nominal value by a general suspension or that the i Quot of reporter Calls f.,r the returns Lor june proceeds of the present crop can be realized by the i a Quot x August without which the present Condi batiks in Advance. cannot be done recall a i a Ank be surmised. Some Start Post notes arc no longer , and Bill. Ayule i Quot Quot Bjo a reporter Are however too on demand would Hidige to pay Tir debts. 1 Well known to to get denied or a f a a Quot a the sound Bank Cun fut due Pav aul. On de my a deed to the other City Bauks i6.t u0,lk�0--Ihav Mand because this would put them in p wer of no h has actually a. Much of thir capital in its pos insolvent Banks. The whole of the coun a a a a a on which it has no Means of repaying. It is try is at a stand Siil although in alls actions there Quot debated to the St he of Michigan upon its Guaran is a lir flu a of produce and merc Hindiye if. The i acc Ern there a Mercia Iii be South. C jul it in tobacco a ulc. A Well produce of All kinds it a Chi a i 0 total this vast amount is now lying i re Civ dead and Bull eng daily Depre Cinti ii the lab Rinji and Man fac Turig classes entirely out of employ the Mer Rhan Saiid traders failing the currency at a Point lower than for Many yers and the Specic pay Jug Banks remain Wiitam their shells because the Philadelphia Iii Lieut Iii Siy Uliey owe new York and Boston i4,< w hich they cannot pay immediately for the reason that it is due Usein by the u. 8. Bank and the Girard Bank who won t pay or Cah t pay which is the same thief. Were it nut for his circumstance a general remain option would by Mak ing the currency once lure uniform in tartly give life to the mass of property and the Banks could extend the currency my per ent. Without affecting the Price to any great of Gree. A visual understand thai at the exit Ion of the Franklin Institute Cabinte Sciug to Igor run theri Wilt be displayed a Large and perfect Telescope the whole of which ii thu Murk ii a Black Maji Ali Rarus his daily bread Quot my a Ieve Dore us the War vet. It is Iid that he worked at it Only at night Hbeo tie fatiguing labors of the Day were Over. We learn that no it on of the exterior Marui Nery is his but materials of the f users and Lei Pes a were prepared entirely by the ingenious . Ledger. Tee for the Morris canal and banking company Winch company is now insolvent and. By advice of us Council. Or. Southard will not permit any examination of its affairs i Gay it creditors 30 ski 100 stockholders in the sum of 3.l45,6ri7 which is no where to be found in its statements. It has a to Lott 000 heavy judgments against it in the City of Phi i Adelphia and a circulation of m Iny millions which thai .00 acknowledges itself to Louisville advertiser. Exhaust be a sep put of native Cost of a Railroad from the Iron Mountain to. To St. Louis 120 Miles is estimated at 2 1-2 millions of doll irs. The Iron Moutain itself is represented to be about 4mm Leet height and three Miles in length. Ism Auy a overed with Bright shining Ore having every appearance of Metal which has been smelted. To tie Bash of the Mountain the Ore is in pieces of a Pound weight and upward but As you approach the Apex the pieces increase in size to Lii our ands of tons weight assuming the appearance of huge rocks and these immense Raysses Are of a Quality Superior to any thing of the kind heretofore know. Str tax Weh a of v Irginia said be was in the u. 8. Senate and heard Joka Randolph when be a up tits Geo. Of Arris of being a Buck of Kade federalist Ned that Harris a did not deny to but Akul order it. Col. In. M. I Wpm Ltd of says he Aiea Izard tej Oberfe and affirms that Harrison did Sot deny it. Let net a 4fin�crat suy away from to Poue. An old Ambo Dot nut ii applicable now. A when the frigate John dalt us was launched at the Navy Yard Ichih during the War a federalist standing near president Madison Abru itly said to him what a pity it is sir that the Veigt Sel of state won t Glide As Smoot Lily As Thi ship she would Quot replied the president if those Tio have refused to do duty did t try to raise a just so it would be with Baviben a now. If the whigs did t try to prevent it till after a Letioa. Perpetration of f raids or at All events to detect and punish them. That the elements for a resort to similar schemes of profligacy with those which i marked the Ritner and Stevens dynasty and in Pennsylvania Are in preparation in this state and will be resorted to unless Defeated by the firmness and vigilance of the democracy. Nave not the slightest doubt. The following extract of a letter from a highly intelligent citizen of Pennsylvania shows the ight in which this matter is viewed by one whose Means of information Are such As to entitle his opinions to great weight. He says Quot i returned last evening from Erie through tonne dozen of the Interior counties of our state and As we travelled slowly often leaving he principal roads but always visiting the county towns and meeting there Large assemblages of the it eople i feel Well qualified to judge of the sentiments of our population at Large. In is questionable of sound to the Core the democracy never was More undivided or More cordial nor the party lines More distinctly drawn. In Pennsylvania therefore come what May we must be triumphant. I think our majority will be 15,0 x at least and i believe it is out of the Power of Fortune to reduce it below 10,000. I have More apprehension about your own state. Your Public works Are crowded with men and among the contractors Are the very men who acted As Steven s deputies in the Pond Sylvania fraud of 1838. Rely upon it they Are going to play the same game in new York. They have the same ability the same or stronger inducements and they Are under the same guidance As before. 1 am very fearful that they May succeed better than they did with us. I do not think our democratic friends sufficiently awake to this peril. Nothing but the strict est and must a Esolato supervision of the Polla can withstand their . They cannot be too auspicious and to some extent they will be cheated do what Uliey similar in tone and sentiment Are the warnings which flow in upon us from Osiier it i arters and satisfied that our Dexiu Cratit friends cannot keep too scrutinizing an Eye upon Ute movemeiita.9t it their a orients or Laa ill too Grest a Seal in a and optic of measures oaieuiaui4 my a Bifid their rights a aty in 1748, at i Powicki Beavis Era Edc fed to be used in voting the White do amp if yet. Us Quadt nay. From Tuia originated w0 in mme to Tom old phrase you Dun t know bears Asao one was allowed to vote who did not know a Wakue bean from a blk a a one. An each Era pm pm Sutee Towt tie a Raina of Wii Aai to Ami a Hemf a Mauo Wakem Tare Wae a i raft at sent beaten Saeta Day morning Betway a demoors Aad a to in. Fila who eol Larad Tom daa crat. And tia do Nooft i fail to whig. 8ttbjeet of dispute to Lttie . Poal. Umio Amoin Iii Bow a we a a Nina car Akkad by highwaymen in Paia Etta Raaz Ala Gira us Carti Wisata that lie Batty Afa Rodan a Anta Bihar Bali fathom a Liet Illg Iii m until the voting Day. Our Xante it is a glorious a fuse. There s none so free from evil a Van Baren is a sorcerer. And Benton is the Devil. Of fact the Lokys Canh mistake. One truth they wont gainsay that wigs prodigious efforts make before the voting Day. For tis March March drum drum. Shout shout away. And so we always go ahead Tiitu the voting Day. A fellow once inquired of me if our old Hal was dead Quot i understand he is Quot said he Quot and also Quot o no Quot says i Quot it is not True the whigs were All for Clay until they found he would t do upon a voting so tis March March drum drum. Shout shout away. With Harrison Well go ahead until the voting Day. A Loky Foky passing by our Cabin made of logs at me one Day cock d up his Eye. Exclaiming Quot Jolly dogs i Quot says he you like the lab ring class. You go for Bones and Gristle a i m half inclined before i pass. To Stop and wet my whistle. For tis tap tap swig swig tap tap away. And let us All be merry boys i7n/i7 the voting when to the table we got up. He titled High in air a big old fashioned Pewter cup. With lots of cider there a and Ere he swallowed its contents with three capacious swigs. Says he Quot i la bet you fifty cents the lots Lack the whi08, for tis tap tap swill swill tap tap away i guess you la find your cider sous upon the voting belief at one Iii a to Emmen the rage so erroneous that Kajer was inmates in its Tock waa safely invested Tift easy to nude stand Why these classes be so Komerous. The Bank has for a Long time Nidd to dividends two of tha annual terms bar Paseff by and ers have revived nothing. In tha mean i toe Stock which in All ins not Ieli probably was Purcima a at a Large and Vanciu is a diced in value about ittle it of we at the paid for it and hundreds find Sie Rivra by this change Eald deity reduced t9 .4<ftia-Tion. A widows or mothers of y4u.ng an4 numerous families who followed the mistaken adv Lea of their friends and allowed the Little Money Irhke was their pole dependence to paid for thie St Are starving and Parent less Childr ii Whoie Dis is took the same course Are How is pendent upon Charity. R it is not Only therefore the Commerce of top country and the exchanges about which men tals to touch As if Commerce and the exchanges were All that is to be thought of Bither in this life of , it is not these Only that have Felt the fatal code quinces of the policy which created the Bank. Its victims Are to be found among the most helpless of our species who have nothing to do with our Commerce and exchanges Vromen and children whose Means of support should be Nide to depend As Little As possible upon the fluctuations of the Money mar Ket. Great commercial houses have failed splendid fortunes have been broken up Large monies institutions have become bankrupt in Conse Tience of uie doings of that Bank and the country has resounded with the crash of their fall but in the mean time misery of which the world Lias Littig knowledge and Litie pity has been carried into Humble Dwelli is and the cheerfulness of their friends is ext Nguu de forever. The merchant May res tue business under new auspices and look for better times the Labouring Man who is now out of employment Cao Hope for pm ploy Muffi hereafter but the widow once uncover shed and made destitute is for the moist part in a state of Denit ution for life. The antidemocratic party have charged general Quot Quot Quot 1 states Bank. Whatever ground there May have been for Jackson with making War upon the United state Gen. Andrew Jackson to whose valor not Gen. Harrison s is our country indebted for the glorious Triumph of its rms. The Quot hero of new Orleans Quot who has filled the measure of his country s renown in the Field and in the state is now the ardent Friend and supporter of Martin Van Buren and a living witness and an enthusiastic admirer of his Sterling abilities devoted patriotism and known and tried principles. General mum Quot having never admired him As a military Man nor considered him As possessing the qualities which constitute the commander of an army Quot and a knowing that he had never been identified with the Republican party in any of his great struggles. Be knows him to be a vain superficial Man. He knows the Absurdity of his claims and pretensions to military Fame he knows his acts of selfish injustice to the Gallant officers who served under him in attempting As he always did to appropriate the laurels won by their valor to gratify his own narrow . On motion of Abner Lacock of Pennsylvania Quot the name of Harrison Quot was stricken from a Resolution introduced in the Senate of the it. S. Proposing to present him with a medal and vote of thanks. The common Council of the City of new York by a vote of 12 to 5, refused to Harrison the Honor of the Freedom of the City. Although such men As Decatur and Perry had been tendered its Hospital ties by a unanimous vote. In 1817, after having obtained a seat in Congress and a Chance to thrust his hand into the purse of the nation and handle the people s Cash he endeavoured to enlist a Sta Dino amt consisting of two Hundred thousand men. The combined operations of this measure and a National Bank with the use and control of the Public revenues would have enabled him to destroy the liberties of his country. In 1821, he begged himself into the legislature of Ohio where he again exhibited his love for poor men by voting for a lamp a that Tacad the poor Man s Liberty and the Rich Man s Money upon an equal footing a Law that would Auto drive tho Sale of a poor revolutionary Soldier whose property do health ha4 been freely sacrificed in achieving Hie Cut Rantry a Freedom if in his dec lining Yeara he should be unable to pay some paltry Fine that had beat ii posed upon Hin or th6 Cut a of Tome Petty Law suite that to into degrading tha. Rascal whose Moody of the rate ctn of abolition. From an article in the emancipator of sept. 34, the new York abolition Organ we extract the following in relation to the late Maine elect pm. Quot very unexpectedly a tip a a a a Uppole. To 4t��o a location has resulted in Faroe of to whig gov. Fairfield who has never lost an Opportunity to Heap indignities on the friends of abolition retire from office and Bis place is filled by his predecessor Edward Kent a brother of the Well known George Kent of new Hampshire. Or. Albert Smith 5l c. Is succeeded by William p. Fessenden Esq. Son of Gen. Samuel Fessenden and a zealous abolitionist. Or. Evans a is re elected. In a published letter to g. C. Waterman Esq., dated september 1, 1640, or. Evans fully admits the Power of Congress to abolish slavery in the District of Columbia to prohibit its introduction into the territories and to suppress the slave Trade Between the states. We regret that a More decisive move was not made before the election to obtain of or. Evans a copy of Geli. Harrison s late letter to him respecting his Early devoted Ness to the abolition cause. That letter ought to be had before the presidential election at any rate or the reason it has been denied that the gentlemen above named Are abolitionists but we presume this testimony of the emancipator will Settle the question. That charge it is certain that there is much stronger reason for charging those who had the direction of that Bank with making War upon the interests of their stockholders. Or. Biddle Atid Bis associates have waged a War for years a persevering and relentless War upon the most defenceless of their fellow creatures upon the women and child Rehi whip the Blind Confidence of their advisers had dated it their mercy. If the managers of that Bank when the question of refusing its charter was first Agua de in Congress had rep Arad themselves for we Iii up its concerns with As much Economy of the tal As possible if the Bank had not exp Side jts Money in purchasing newspapers and Public writers and in paying for electioneering pain it the tsp if not resorted to those desperate expansions and Corfi to rations which convulsed the Commerce of the country had not turned Speculator and Ern barked Iii the Cotton Trade had not connected itself with As desperate As Ruelf but Hotd submitted to Iho decision of Ifie a a ton and quietly closed its affairs Mitch would have to the stockholders that has be a squandered and lot a nor wis this War interests of the helpless waged merely a the men who managed the Banks. The whole whig party via engaged in it in courier ing and defending the Bank in it profligate proce Inga keeping up by every possible method the delusion that its affairs were judiciously administered even while its funds were most wickedly misapplied and wasted extolling or. Biddle As the financial wonder of the age whose skill and judgment were infallible welcoming him wherever he went with loud Huzzah As a Public Benefi Ictor and ept Fng their Wounder at thie perverseness of to tip if Nal admin ration at not Sib mining 19 a by his advice. Even when that charlatan retire from the direction of the Bank then hop Lestly in solvent de things to be considered. The state amount now due in Europe is generally estimated at $200,000,000, averaging 6 per cent interest and 25 years to run. By Selling Stock to pay the interest at 6 per cent., this amount will double every 11 years therefore by the time it Falls due the amount will reach $800,-Ooq,000, due in Europe. It is True most of the states pay their interest by taxation but the amount must be sent to Europe in Coin in produce or in new stocks it is impossible to Send it in Coin if sent in produce it must be deducted from our imports if sent in stocks the accumulation will be As stated and at the end of Twenty five years the interest due Europe will reach nearly our present Cotton . Of. Sentinel. A Good Democrat arguing with a whig upon politics brim get him to a dead halt by his forcible sex Sitton of democratic principles. The British whig unable to make any further defence of Bis cause wound up with the following Quot Well a go for Changa and will vote Olf old Nick himself sooner than Van that would be strange replied tha Democrat Quick As a Flash for it is not often that you stick by your old at this the British Erbig sloped Quot muttering hard things about Loco Coo impudence and the Quot Sinish erd. Iibart3. Or Par a pita Tom tory. A Low . Webster in his speech at Saratoga n. Y. Than nails to tha counter the be slander propagated and eel afloat by John Davis in the Senate of the United states in which be charged or. But Canan Wilt being in favor of a induction of tha of Tea of labor. In alluding to Thasa Quot . Think ii Ostia Bead senator from Fann Elvania who Beati Ift Tda to Bear a Large Ritre of the Raspon ability of Sas Esting such a policy to be melted Down to form a service of plate As an acknowledgement of his merits the same Patty a nothing false in his declaration or in ppr Riate in such an application of the funds of the Bank. When men complain of the hardness of the Kmla let them Lay the blame at the right door. The party which now Calls itself by the name of whig Are the authors of the great financial delusion of the Day the Dalasi on in regard to the Utility the credit and the Good management of Mie United state Bank to which most of the extravagance of up a tipi Many of he errors of state legislation All the Coa Sion of our exchanges and a great part of the commercial distress and private misery which now prevails May be directly traced. Tua Pool Day or two since a Labouring Man said to is that he had purchased four Wiuf a kit f Dayt Bork a barrel of Genesee flour. A year or two is Nee said he i paid $13 for a poor barrel and could get no Rte or for a Days work Ait thao f can now. Let those said he who specs ii the Aid live upon the sweat of a poor Man s brow complain if they Khoot pm it i i wet it the aame of Metis a of flour butter thee a eggs pork been amp a. Fot Day s labor Tiit fld a few years for another poor Man told us not a week Sincup to d had bought i last barrel of flour for 5 Edouart up 4bat Hie a per Day was a a Dollar i Darr in said waa a i used to get when i had to pay it a 9 to 12 dollars a barrel for floor. The time and be will answer very Well for the Man Wiio get out to Day Tabor Jaime Ibum to. Laws of . Ilij Strang Fen who Ain grated to country previous to tha a Vej Jef teen years a notre Haar air a said Lff Aea tha other Day Quot you know a aay Oan. 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