Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - September 9, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana The Wabash Public shed every wednesday Quot speaking with the Freedom of a maw himself it to an audience of fobs volume ii. Terre haute Virgo county Ira Dia a september 9, lamp a % by George guava fan. Iii Illier 4 8. The Wabash enl ire it fib linked every of Ernesda a of fire 01 inti. Foj Iween Wah it Isk a id Loktu t n 11.-. Din in y of lev court House. Terms. Two dollars per annul. In Advance. Papers w la invariably be discontinued a i n Luimit Lur wind Urey Winve been Piid Chi Root one Doil try in by received for six Moi of and fifty cent for three Ino lbs. Five o liars n Advance wiil pay fur to lire yearn or for lir i a in Oil year. Adv Loii i Isk my Quot it three Tui sat one Dull in a to e Coni Iii d at the Celb per a Square Kiy. I ii Iii Ber of Inserni fans tie Iii Arke it i <111 t la Uia Suim . Ekht a handed 1 a it a. I it a Ltd Uit Misc 1111 or Drra a i it. Ai d charged a Conlin by. And Verlis a innels Puli feed by the in inter. Or 1 Tiger Iii be charged Jha Schnare ii f to six ajl lilt la or $ in a year. Mirch uits. Dry if to. An. 1 nt-r.-. Adv i 11-Nir by the year be Rha rivet or air. F tor three i i for it r a a i Mirum of 2tk�< Hizik. H if a a a him ii. T Are inert ii of a a a a Lii Inu. J it t in a cult Nii. ,. 1 .1 tar. Advert la a Ulm a no a �1 let a a tie ii for 1 n mdv.11 be. Advertise. Comin from a fail i Iii like accompanied like a ii. Iii it it it i it rat it ree t a in ii a by it Ier up . Lull the the the vol Quot one who knows slim. Let every Patriot re id the annexed 1 i r. A Ltd dirt bed id a ent Liinus in Uli county by \ v an i Lle a a in Evilier of the v. litre in 1-Rj ibid a i a and a it i a niether a Quot t not w York a invention in i i. Here 1-te.-Tiiii yet. Iii More Titan All tie garbled state Nentis tint h the be n made by the a Liole Federal clan Frum the in. Nal Down to tie old Soldier. Tsoui brain Lincoln tie Tai of the Long nine at sir ii i id. Up to la Ecrett Saltor Ortali the head of the a intr in executive who cum it tee Quot l c y Bio , Marion county ii / july 19lh,1-40 Quot dear Iron of embrace tie it a it Stu Ivity to an wer a cur several inquiries relative to tiie acts and Geiger ii political character of Tuii n .111 Huren. Is tick my know led eol him c . In the convention of a jul a ii cd 1 a a Luu it or. \ an Juren was decidedly ,11 favor of a Liee inc Tive Franchi in. As you wiil discover by Ali race taken from the of Aid convention ii Lii free White male e not the be of to vent a one years and upward i Huld be entitled to a vie. Such it the tub it tak oot Itie vote he g Vve n Tua convention. Lout tor More general a my. Iii to put the matter be mid i ii Ute i one it journal of that Convent Miti before me 1 Ai you the Tarot Section tiie Arti Ieni ill i be cited Dir i 1 u to in. A hic ii Uili of tix sri to commence the r ?9ii a a Ige ule and Joi Iriri. A a Amu . Sec. 1. 1-very male Cili Ier., of i one years who Liall trave been an Nihau t slate of year i a. I i no Iii Clion late fix Hgt a re a no of the Lown or where he oter ii. In. My no Sivc i a 1 i i 1. Ering advocate and firm supporter of the late War who is the hero of the thames 1 Ith Ireal Braam and trial he was the coir Tant and uni aiming Friend of that Mot excellent and highly Patriot Daniel d. I Omsk is during that Jie nod which tried n end souls As both he and were members of the new York legislature at the time War was declared in the year i i and Airo tie Sei Sion of lsl4. With the a rein Arr it i will close by subscribing Vic of your Albect donate grand father Josh la Van Fleet. M. N. A Fleet. Col. Battle of of i lilt the year text j unit tie state of . I Sonal 1 by. R n taxation 01 Nevii n to Law. Hiil Piave a tar d ii 11 like Iii i .1 fax Empei Roku a it Iii que twice of tic Iii ii in 11 luge in state Ai the a Eul in Lor to Iii to i in 1. I 1 habitant of Tioff it title , t the town or county y i til 1 Lor Lue co Lull a Quot a o 1 or Oer w. T to 1 a to e. It .l, 1 j. M my it to. Let let of every m in y. Art w do my i g i n w ii. E cd i i a v. A i Lili in c re i men of in Sci. Rich to . Ai Tilc i Lucili ,11 m by Oli r a or and shall have Ueen with n his year act to f Bor upon tie pub c Ling Iowa am Hali live per torqued Hie labor or pan an. Qua Aleni Ali Eiler according to Law Ami i ill of edit the to Voil n the Louii of Ward w nere lie act Iii res Dev. And not Elk where. Forni Row lir Roii a m by be elective lib tin �h-o.,. Hut 1.0 Man of col a unless tie shall have by , tor y us .1. C.�cn of this stale and tor one year next preceding any Ole Clion shall be seized and of a ire. Hulu Eulale of the value of two Hunt Reid an i Lydi it har fever and Aito Call debt Aii Ltd n a ii org Ltd hereon i fall be Uii titled in vote in any Aon Eleo lion. And no of color Rhall tic la decl to i real taxation unless he Hlll be re z Naie to is de of Ruch a Ltd a late As a of and. Or. I , Usnel 1. L of a 11-. P a u e question tie thu r the i. Nation a it agree to the said Constitution. A tame a. N us in third and last time and it a a carried 111 tue Alii Row 1 v e. Tiie yeas and nay. Being require by ten members were As Folie we to wit Becquot a. 9 for the affirmative me sri Bison biker Birlow Beckwith Birdseye Bowman by a a is bunkers log Brooks Buel Burrough Carpenter. re be child d. Clark Clyde Jollyn Cramer i Julois user Dyckman i�ja\vo.d, Edwards , Lenlon Ferris froth Hallock hug Boam Hoac. Liuni thu inter . Huntington hur., King know. , Lawrence. Lelia Ris live Ign ton p. R , Mccall Milnam Moor. Munro. Nelson Park Paulding , i etcher i a ter. Pumpelly Radclif a , Rogers Root Russell rotifers Sage Johnson and the i he thames. The pitiful creature of the journal whose baseness has sunk Hin so Low As to denominate the in Ino cratic party of the country As tories devotes tvs o columns of hit p Iper to i Ime and infamous attack upon col. , , when called upon a by the i Luem elves at Civill Collie he gave a True Ltd the Battle of like i Hames. As Usua Reiji Alt i. Pru Ciucev to tiie Gallant. Id 1 .1 ind Elal ill Lue a Erli. N thai Harrison it i. . E Ime not i it a it ,011 to Imp in 11 la. Quot a ii 111 hit Cert lice Quot in inn adj Linn to Lien. , r in in in. S Llam Eli a ill Rainer the. M it i Coiu-pi.-u-1 a Pom Liun of Iii. Ivoti. Col. the k Lite by tour ii the h at be ,�?tli. Nelo a h s . R Jam. S to take the Uritis ii angry in thirty my utes. I Edid it and Tio one contradicts this last Iceni. J arc Cert 1 stale trial Harrison ins Iii Landry into the to Samii a Joi Siison says ins men fought uie indians in uie stamp and h Orrison vac not Nerc. Col. Johnson offer no . Lii he was there a lie carries them on in Broi Ilii Ihm irom of ins glory and the on . Anivol g Uii Eay tii Ein. It is to late tor the i eds to Imp Weic 1 c.. Ier tie Baltimore , p in it re were All Iii Zenling Over the wrongs i the. Party Tou ird. . He had been a Aid they. he was Loo honest for the a Lur Post a of the leader.--, was an old Soldier and had been ill tiie held w Ith Harrison. From Hie moment he left until ii reached Zanesville. Ill y were i Raisig him to the very Echo. Lan cast r the i cd Gol up a meeting and pro posed to Ike him from tie democrats and make Liim Iki to guest. But when the old colonel answers the Calls Noii him. And Speaks in tiie unvarnished language of truth of Coli tiits in which ins scarred Trouy and 111� limping a Rait attest Hir Pani ipalion. Hie tune 1.-Cliaiiired, and the Ole Packo the Luud la funds of reputation Are let Loose Union him. La will not Are too late with your impeachment old leu not h cannot he it c d. Allen has Exon filed to the the stirs it the old Veteran Nicu he bore from the Liel of Hie Rii amec 11 is More you can do with la May plaster Harrison Over with Ine c. Ii Luite of h s a.d-. W to seek to Quot d. Line their of n pm Quot 111. Re thin ii a you May deck Iii out in . Ii . And All the Len .1 , c in idiot Imp it Ich the v. On i of tiie Brav who Lougi it Llinat , and ended tie trite on tie in. Flier by slaying with his own iian, tie Indian Cine who a the soul and spirit of Hie Sav age lie comma Mied. W Iii Iver Hie democratic press or the democratic a tier hav Sjoken of the military lame . Harrison Hiey Irive been attacked As common i Iii a . Doii. has Long lit if scr Fiji i is lire a ii Leveil Hie Battles of iils a. Bill Viji ii an 1. 1 .1 r Cove 1 de Veteran on Wra i it write i 111 eve Lovence of Trutlin Ami on the Erl Quot Ielati s of ins or t ii 1 1 i i la Olli Ali tical of in nent it a True a a n of Battle of tii riia ivies the voc Loi Ilary . Ite i i a i gtd to Lii Iii. . I spirit in Iii the Back room of Bini big to c Lii Iii As i sin Sot a Puia Tion Aii a i c�?�.r-, and his Yei Iii Eding wound dast idly Petit Cai a a la eager to k at ins Sernus and in s it Ali. . Iii the base ii Rel 1 nos of a . D poll Tica ii ii thai he a. Elk dulled his by wound.-, it Ali Sicalis Quot Ami c Irv de h s truth by his deed and in. Good Ord rallies th.111 it from the vainly and flattery of aids. Rail on be vipers a prowl be hyenas a Scott be Scull on. Of a prostituted party the people of tins country have w lied about the reputation of their and their Johi Iphis Wiki their of n Stout hearts their Coit Henre and applause and the Rampart laughs to scorn your treacherous ruining. And your hit Tenn Rains of Maiier bullets Ami Ceri Ilii a. A Ohio slates inn. The letter written before it was de Claril necessary to Pluck the Well earned laurels from the brow of Cut a. Johnson to decorate the Federal candidate for the presidency May not be uninteresting to those of our readers who Render Honor to whom Honor is due. It May be found in Armstrong s Quot notices of the War in 1812.&Quot december 22�, 1834. Dear sir a i have just received your favor of the i9th containing certain enquiries As to the Battle of the i Hames 15th of october in upper Canada. 1. The mounted regiment under my command consisted of one thousand men at the time of the charge. 2. They were armed with muskets and rifles and or Small hatchets and Butcher knives. The British had one brass Field piece six Pounder the same that was taken by us at the Battle of Saratoga and retaken from us the surrender of Detroit by Cien. Hull. It was placed in the Road near Hie i 1 ivies not far from the Centre of the Brit Iii line. The British formed two lines running out to a Suama two or three Hundred Yards from the River and w Ith it. By i presume Proctor was stationed considerably in the r. Arof Liis troops and probably commenced ins Ali gift he moment he Siw his forces Defeated and taken ,.-oners. G. 1 Iii i ilk the Best ground for defence was selected. 7. The military infantry were stationed .1 reason aide dist Ince 111 the rear of the mounted regiment in order of n til say Tom one half to one mile. My Johnson. Charged the British forces w Ith the lir to Batt Ilion. Have to Hundred men and with it Ine lo.-. Of a Many one horse killed .11 tiie he id a in , he received Hie lire it my line of the , and then of the Otic a 111 clo.-,< Tice sii Iii Llie c inn ii was not tired i a i cd me warn with the second battalion live i Indr d , and fought against the Indi-111-, fourteen Hundred warriors under"e-cum.-Eii, without any Aid whatever. Regiment w is ordered to reinforce me the close of the Battle but did not reach us till the Battle was Over and Hie ind. Uis had fled. The official report is incorrect ill taking that the hard fighting on the left was by a part of Iov. Shelby s men. We had no assist Nice exc i get thai of a few scattering t Roiti the in Landry. Who might have a la sized into our ranks. 1 was wounded and could give no in Formali ii to the Iii ral and he did ii it know at the tune he m ins re Jioras that 1 had the swamp with my regiment As Wien he gave Hie order to make the charge he Tui right from from Ike jew Era. A a we stoop to the insulting motto which was borne so triumphantly in the procession of the British whig too mention at Baltimore has called Forth from the ten of our private correspondent b. H., the following indignant rebuke. Let it be read and preserved the Democrat s rebuke. Quot you stoop to conquer cursed the thought the lip that spoke the hand that Penn d it. Our country never shall be bought nor conquered while we can defend it As braves the storm the Mountain Rock As Cleaves the Clouds the Eagle s Pinion Well meet oppression s Battle Shock. And Triumph o or corruptions minion. Quot you stoop to conquer 1&Quot who arc you 1 that from your Mountain height descending. Break fashion s cobweb barriers through and with the sons of freemen blending. With Golden bribe and treacherous smile sow the Vale seeds of rank pollution and with your reptile Shine defile the Temple of our Constitution Quot you stoop to conquer Quot a stoop from what High principles or lofty stations 1 what proud preeminence is that whence be to nations 1 poor nurse Lings of the Federal stye. Fed on the husks of aristocracy y e Quail in fear beneath the Eye of nature s True and tried democracy. Quot you stoop to conquer Quot a May the name of him vrho bore the Banner linger forever on the Roll of shame and Mark for scorn s a ruling Finger. May they who hailed that Banner when its dark folds to the air were Given traitors alike to a of and men from Freedom s Home in scorn be driven. Back to your Dens poor Dri Velling fools. Born in corruption s darkest regions. Fit Only for the Servile tools of tyranny s accursed legions. The hearts of freemen while they keep watch o or the right their sires bequeathed them. Shall blast with curses loud and deep the words Vou be breathed and Lipe that breathed them. B. One of the most enthusiastic and numerous meetings Ever held in the Union recently care off at Baltimore to celebrate the passage of the Independent Treasury Bill. It is described As being the largest meeting Ever assembled in this country. It my in orbit on. Inai i could not Cross the swamp Wal addressed ton let and Elna Nentl by the Hon. Jas win. H i 1 could do a few minutes after j . When it announced by the officers he had i it me. Ami believing thai it was m 81 Sale i meeting that the Dis Iii it rushed senator from and tint my regiment was Sutti client. I divided Quot y i Ivna Sylvania who when a Young Man bore a f a. E a to it d move and the Victory on both sides to Hosket a a Volin i Eer to defend w a Crumpl. In uni. No doubt the 1 Psi Antanious cavity of Baltimore from the line of briiisi., and the Early death Ofine Indian at is of the British army would address them Iii. 1 Vivere pow. Raul operating causes in our favor. Out burst of enthusiastic feeling per 1 aril kc., astounding. The real enthusiasm of do mocha r. 31. John Ion. A a fast sweeping away the pretended and false n. B. It is due to truth to slate thai i request-1 Zeal of the hard cide rites. De general Harrison to permit me to charge and knowing that i had trained my men for it during our Short service he gave the order. The latest find the following in an Exchange paper. We do not know the name of the author but he cannot Long remain concealed. The seed in the ground May resist the Sunbeam if Farewell dear girl Farewell Farewell i Neer shall love another sii Amk american freemen look Here Lii hold the lot card mural Coward who refuses such Genius can remain unknown la ii i. U to Dan not to you hit Ujiki Niotis. How Disegi Simiu it How a Long Hong the spectacle of a my tiie of Independent freemen Quot Quot you May dwell and yet Winn ii gov hacking off from giving his Opin Lon Tuiai him in Leila Quot Uro Quot o shame. Who eve. R i it r. V . Ii fraid to irii.-1 111 citizens a a it Ujj . His los Cal no Public opinion in Illinois has compelled the publication o Ien. Harrison s letter to doct. A. G. Henry ii Kimii Iii of Hie whig stale Central committee of Illinois Springfield and Here in is Viz North Benu i Iii april 1840. Sik you will not be surprised at the of my answer to your letter of the 2iid inst. W Hen 1 inform you there is at least Birty unanswered letters upon my table this moment and yet i have not Ueen Idie. After the most mature deliberation i have come to the to write no More for the press upon the a Jollion que Shojii. My in this matter has Rece veil Hie decided approbation of the great majority of my friends East West North and a out i. In the latter the clamor against me is Mot silenced As it regards that question. Indeed the Charleston courier a Van Buren paper in a late Nunzid essays that the South should be perfectly general Harrison s Black souk Ade standing army speech the Quot reign of As we Are publishing from the . Adler Eagle the terrific scenes and suffer pigs of the dem Crali under the Black cockade reign of terror of old John Adams we consider it important thai we should keep in View at the same time Gen Harrison s speech in Congress in favor of the standing army of old Adams hich carried Oij such Hor ble persecutions against the democratic citizens. The following Resolution was under consideration in Congress Quot resolved that so much of the act passed the 16th of july one thousand seven Hundred and ninety eight eur titled Quot an act to augment the army of the u. States and for other purposes Quot As authorizes the president of the u. Stales to raise twelve additional regiments of infantry and six troops of Light dragoons and to appoint two major generals an inspector general three brigadier generals and an adjutant general and so much of the act passed the 3d of March one thousand seven Hundred and ninety Nino entitled Quot an act for the hotter organizing of the troops of the u. States and for other purposes Quot As authorizes the appointment of a commander of the army and a Quarter master general ought to be ordered i hat the said motion be committed to a committee of the whole on the 9th january Iboo or. Harrison the present Gene ral will Lam Henry Harrison the nominee of the Ila Risburg convention for the presidency made a speech against the Resolution. The s speech is to be found in Duane s Aurora of the february Obdu and is therein thus reported Quot or. H Sani i he Resolution has been so ably spoken of Quot trial it could not be expected to receive any Ligpit from what he should add but when it w is recon acted that he had no other Way of expressing his opinion on any subject that came before the House than by taking part in the debate a not having a vote in the House he trusted he need make no apology for rising on the present subject a which to him appeared an important one. Quot he was fully of opinion that the disbanding to Large a portion of the military Force would be attended with disastrous consequences. In giving this opinion he was sure he spoke that of nine tenths of his constituents and that they would with much More readiness Bear their proportion of the expense which would be necessary to maintain these forces than that Tivey should be disbanded. Quot the employment of his past life or. Harrison said had led him to believe that too much Reliance was placed on the militia. Were valor or alertness the Only requisites in the formation of a Good Soldier he should willingly give the militia that character. But these Are Only partial qualities compared with those whom they May be called to meet. What would their valor do if attacked by the military tactics of a Bonapart or a Massena ? nothing Short of discipline will do for our forces. And Are our militia Well disciplined ? no sir they Are not. Quot or. Harrison said he had experienced the inconveniences of a militia army. 1794 he went out with a number of the militia of his part of the country against the indians. When brought into action they behaved very Well they did not want courage but Afler a very Short service they wanted to go Home they were anxious to see their families and therefore numbers deserted and left the army in a so i and 111 go Home to Mother. If your Mither once gets you Home she s a fool Buren complaining that he if she less you out again in a hurry. Sentiments with his fellow. A a. ,. Why Don t you get married mischievously asked a Young lady of a rather elderly Batchelor Friend the other Day i have for the last ten years been trying to find some one who would be silly enough to have me was the reply. A i guess you have it been up our Way was the insinuating and heart fluttering rejoinder. The last we saw of Benedict he was going up our Way with a swiftness of foot and determination of purpose that indicated in him a fixed determination to conquer or a dentist s from the North Parade Penzance has sent us the following lines from the French a Quot a dentist Here makes Teeth of Bone. For those whom Fate has left without and finds provision for his own by pulling other people s out i Quot Indiana erect a Deliho cratic 1�-crease of thousand eight Hundred and one votes Over 18361 we have at length received the official Fri turns of the state elections in Indiana. The whig majority for governor is reduced Down from 16,000, the common estimate of the Whiffin to 8.655 one Hundred and forty eight votes less than Gen. Harrison received in 18.16, notwithstanding there Are forty three thousand four Hundred and fifty three More votes counted than were Given it the last presidential election. Where this vat increase of votes came from we Are at a loss to de Termini and perhaps the Riddle May never be unravelled. But still the fact stands before us in figures that cannot ii. In 1836 the aggregate vote Given to Gen. Harrison and or. Van Buren was 73,759. In 1840 the present year the aggregate vote for bigger and Howard is 117,211�?showing a democratic gain since 1&36 of 21,801 votes and an aggregate in create Over the vote of 18 36 of forty three thousand four Hundred and fifty three votes an increase which the most exalted conceptions of our rising greatness who never justify. The Only conclusion is that there is something Rotten in Denmark for in the year 1837, at the of gubernatorial election when there was a great struggle Between the classifiers Andy Stern men and when the whole country was flooded with thousands of labourers on our Public works Many of whom have since left the state the aggregate vote for both Wallace and Dumont was Only 83,389�? showing this year an increase Over that vote of thirty three thousand eight Hun dred and thirty. The whig party should now to h Ive kept Pace with the increased vote be Able to show a majority of thirteen thousand nine Hundred and eighty eight Voles instead of a Little upwards of eight thousand. The most astonishing fact in the whole calculation is that the 43,4.53 excesses Over the vote of thirty six comes within 30,-306 votes of the whole number Given that year at the last presidential election. We were prepared for some increase but when we look at the aggregate vote Between Wallace and Dumont when thousands of labourers on our Public works who have since left the state were entitled to the right when we look at these facts and in addition see a democratic increase of nearly Twenty two thousand we hardly know what to think. Until we commenced this calculation we could not think of fraud in our election and we still would Hope that All has been fairly done. But we must confess that things do not look right. Until we saw the aggregate vote of 1837, we were willing to make allowances but when we see that Vole staring us in the face our suspicions Are aroused. Gracious Providence have we men in Indiana that would sacrifice their integrity for the Sake Ofa political Triumph forbid it heaven. Taken All together there is nothing to deter the unshaken democracy of Indiana from going to the polls in november with a Confidence of Quot Success. We have More than stood our ground by thousands of votes if All has been carried on fairly. If we have been defrauded let us see that our rights Are protected in november. Iniquity cannot Prosper. That aim Guty Providence which hovered around the Pat riots of the revolution in the times that tried men s souls will still protect this favored a slate which was almost the cause of its destruction lion. The Genius of Liberty will still be our guardian Quot he had experienced seven years service with i Angel. Say to our friends never Faulter. Goto the militia but was sorry to say such was their the in november. Let nothing deter you from conduct anal he never could think of trusting the i Long your duty. Pennsylvania Ohio Illinois and country entirely to their Protection. They might Missouri Are democratic. Shall Indiana stand sol facts alien or i theory. To w to a e inclined to think the it a nation in blink a or Coull h Ive prevented any of the it w 111 wll cd the. Colin tiv 1 new Raffl died we , that or. Van Buren and myself Are upon do Well with regular troops and no doubt would. Under these impressions and from this experience he knew he spoke the will Ofa great portion of his constituents he sincerely hoped the Resolution would not Here it May be seen that Gen. Harrison was not Only a Black cockade John Adams federalist but went for h is s i Anding Arm. Is it any wonder the federalists Are so sensitive on the subject of Harrison s military schemes As president Van Buren has blown the Federal cry of standing army to the four winds now let us push Harrison to an exposition of his views. Dare he do it no he dare not for he really is in favor of a standing army and one on the same footing As that of old John Adams. Freemen can you go such doctrines 1�?Ohio statesman i Quot Toic Wing Brit f a tin Nat . 1. Of ten 14lh of sep., l Quot is i Kir it Ilav ii while Ine rates of sch ing Are and i Iii Lig .1 a rip Tami u unprecedented rate. The it 111 conf i Ion rum and Bank rip try meet uis on every Liane. The do Nestic sex Elk Irige. To ver were Woric. And Searce Ever can be. The Southern Bills Are Alinosi Hiles the North and then it is in nearly As Bui a ii Alion. A hat is to be done. We know not. The it United s r v i is Bank. Oan air a cd no 1�i- Lief in la Hall be Able to land itself Quot i ii. Spoke the National Inteli Gencer in a i. in Wasyln Nglen City and edited by Llie same men As nov Iben Tiow Modem wings Bui Ien tal was not dior \ Aii Buren. The Quot Ede Ralls had not to Iii Learned to Lay Ali the calamity Les and d a Tress of the Union to demo Rose Rosburg be Russell Rogers Sage n. A it in Ford r. Sanfurd Shenck Seaman Seeley sii Arp he Codon. J. Smith r. Smith Stagg Starkweather uralic men and measures. They Tsien Ine that equally Safe. Quot one of the strongest reasons against my publishing any further opinions upon the abolition or any other political question is the vile course of my opponents Iii mull iting and perverting every thing that i have Lieret fore spoken and written. The Mol of these have become old stories and they Are now Dpi Rous to obtain something new to work upon. I Duld fills Verll sheets in describing the various Ai Tijia is Infin i have been resorted to within the last to n Diin to bring me out on the ques a icon and Yuu ire not Hie first of my friends who have been 11 or. Eclied by enemies to tiny o decl. \ Moine. s reflection will convince Ami i it no Man id common sense could Douat Iii genuii.ene.-. Of the Peech attrib Ltd to me As having been delivered Vincennes in Iblis. A ii ild 1 uti it led Vir. Wise or. Stanley or i Ord it Jeorgia and Many others to quote it in Hizir speeches m . Rives or. Tyler Steele j. Sutherland Swift Taylor ten i it be truth and did rot pretend to deceive the Many others 111 their letter.-, if it were not Gen Townley Townsend Tuttle v , n an to. Argus. A no a Eliza said a Puritan preacher to a Young lady who had just been making her hair into ringlets a a Eliza had god intended your locks to be curled he would have curled them for you when i was an infant returned the Damsel he did but now i am grow up he thinks i am Able to do it myself powder works of or. Jameson on the Falls Road about seven Miles from Baltimore was blown upon saturday last and or. Richard Bates employed in the Mills was so much injured that he died shortly after the explosion. Quot come Dick will you take something Quot said a lad about seventeen years old to one of his cronies As they were standing in front of a grog shop. Quot to Quot was the reply Quot Mother s dead and she always told me if i got drunk the Day she died shed it a my a Wisconsin and Iowa the Young scions of the West have astonished the nation by the recent returns of the census. The former gives returns for 31,000, and the other 50,000 souls. Three fourths of the inhabitants it is said Are from f , verb right Ward e. Weber Wendover we Eaton Wheeler n. Illiams. Woods snood cock tire Rose from the rank Ofa Pri Ward Wooster Yates Young. Man to that of commander in cief at St. Lous for the negative. Jay Jones Rhinelander san Tatia. One morning upon a review of the Garrison Ere Sylvester \ a borne. Van Nesb Van vetch , he discovered a Soldier a. Exp remely soiled. The colonel a Teping up to him j 1. I 1demanded in a haughty Lone How dare you the above delegates the Saidi. 1. ,1 i 111i ii Ichii Jii b 6 Cal appear to dirty your shirt is Black a. Ink did Constitution agreeable to a . I a Muon us. You Ever see me in such plight when i was i have concluded to merely state to you. Hat they no May it please your Honor. I never a the names Are signed to the const Turon that Are a a trembling culprit Quot but then to a toted in the affirmative 01 the above proposition 1 ,.,. Fttie in lilt k a a Jug tire your Honor s Mother was a Washer woman. Or. Brooks excepted. A you will perceive by the foregoing proceedings if the convention Tbs to or. Van Burro went Deci sentimental a a whig paper says Tippecanoe i beg you to consider this Lutter As confidential not 0 1 any account to be used or alluded to in any pub lion icon. Ifan attested copy of Niy Peech can really do any Good Lay writing to some Friend it Vincennes one an be Oola ined certified by tie c Ommittee who managed the dinner at a Fitch in was delivered. 1 am dear sir very respectfully w. Harrison. Quot or. A. G. Henby chairman. Itary and alone in this i lie of states our Confidence begins to be Strong that she will not. Indiana is democratic As her Twenty two thousand increase will Democrat. Deadly for free elective franchise to free while male cradles Are becoming fashionable among whig a did Piti a is and for properly qualification for the negro. Married or single the editor say eth not we re Aad that i consider these facts Eoff Iciel to satisfy commend the Fiill owing a Ursery ditty As an a com re elected president of the United states at the Buttino to win Money a a Friend handed us a paper yesterday containing a notice Ofa bet Between two wings in Utica n. Y., on the presidential election. It Litius noticed in the Detroit free press bet of Loo that Martin Van Buren will be tiny eat did person upon this subject. And As the a ziment to rat of or. Van Buren being a federalist on a in Latte of his supporting Dewitt Clinton for the Premy enc is wholly groundless or. Clint.>11 was con-1 a dered to be a re Pablo an by Many of the first dem of crafts of the Day he was Alno considered a very Good Nan and was claimed by both parties. It i Evi-4eot that or. Clinton conceal a hit political senti j Nentz in a great measure and therefore was supported by both political parties. So you Seu thut a a Tomte Vearge proves nothing for Iii in lug Crati of j a he Rock he Massachusett a a Horti Cul Tki oar a react Day. Air a nov to Conj Den be the Turai society has of ered a Premium of 1100, in and from it la matter in a few word a a of ibo. Martin edition to the sum of $20. Previously offered to the vim Bare a rat it always considered a True Republic author of he must Sucec Saul method of destroying my Aad always has Ead favored to promote the Best the fling which infests the roue a ii a without injury a a la re Rte ofor Inetti Ottoiii. And a or of of i to the Bush or Itic foliage. Tins Premium was of he Shah baby. Daddy s a whig. Before he comes Home hard cider hell swig. Should he get Tipsy. Together Well fall in two will come daddy tip Cradle and ill. Pilot Bailit my no Potis a. I Wilt further late what i Well Knewt Bea fact that or. Van Aarau waa the Eunav feed at the suggestion Ofa gentleman who volunteered to contribute $5u to to of got. Next presidential term was says the Wayne n. Sentinel made in Utica lust week Between two a prominent whigs the one taking the affirmative of Hie net alleges the it ins motive was to torn Money a Iii Oiler who thus Quot backed up hit opinion Quot doing to doubtless for electioneering effect. Of course considerable excitement and vexation among the cide rites was the consequence of the singular procedure Between perilous situation of a child. Fear seized her Sou. The Mother saw her child upon the rocks that overhung the water and shrieked to it in hurried accents wild Quot come Durni you slut you know you had t those who make candles will find it a great improvement to sleep the cricks in Lime water and Saltpetre and dry them. The flame will be Clear and the tallow will not Quot there s a Man Down East whose nose is so Long that it gets Home rings the Bell takes a Pinch of in flt and pokes the fire before its owner arrives. He is obliged to go Gupta ladder to put on his specs. Volta a celebrated Engineer of Como is negotiating for the exclusive privilege of constructing a Tunnel through the Alps. The work it is estimated can be accomplished in thirty years. A Man of Superior talents and accomplish Buloti is always pronounced conceited by the Elom Olio cannot understand him. An orator related the following anecdote at a late political meeting in one of the a Tarn Aratea Quot an irishman in crossing a Rivar a a boat with his Mare and Colt waa thrown into Tea Rivar and Clung to the Colt s tail. The Colt showed Raigna of it exhaustion. And a Man on Shore told Hin to leave the Colt and cling to the mares tail. Och a Faith Honey thu it no time to to emf Hor it Iha Itti Lill a German writer observes that in Anier Iea there is such a Scarcity of thieves they Are oui fad Toof Fer % Reward for their discovery. Citizens freemen read the Hon. Or. Fowler who was a member of Congress with Harrison has published a letter in which he says that he knew Harrison As a supporter of the elder Adams and that he has seen him Wear the Black Post. Well he could not have worn a More honorable badge nor could he have supported a better Man. Now we shall certainly to for Boston courier. This is the paper edited by the notorious old fashioned federalist t. Buckingham which a Short Lime since declared that if Harrison was nominated for the presidency Massachusetts was sure for Van Bui now he hugs Harrison on the ground of his us Ira federalism nothing butt it in Adams s odious blk cock Ade alien and Sedi Hon federalism will suit him and Quot nov Quot he declares he Quot shall cer i mainly go for Harrison Quot because he is an old school fed Era Lis r this is a bold push for a leading British whig print Afier the whole Kennel has been Busy denying the fact for the last three months now that the charge of federalism has become indelibly fixed upon Harrison an attempt is to be made to induce american freemen to support the Quot Black cockade federalism Quot of Adams in the person of its living and True representative William Henry Harrison it is time for honest men the Quot Cummon people Quot a to open their eyes when this Organ of the Boston aristocracy assumes such a bold tone. The people will soon be convinced that Tippecanoe badges and Black cockade Are one and the same in meaning a Jav. Argus. More proof of Harrison s Black cockade federalism. The democrats of Warren county Ohio held a meeting on the 3d inst. On which the Veteran Democrat gun. Samuel Caldwell presided. We clip the following from the account of the meeting Given by a correspondent of the Ohio stat by Iman. Quot John Osborn one of the fir inhabitants of the statue then a toted to the meeting and a Man Tohom a a piggery dare not contradict say he saw Gen. He Grimh Wear the badge of Black cocked Federal ism and knew him to be a supporter of the elder had Dos gag Ian it and in this he waa confirmed by the president who stated that he saw him West it Hauef while he was a resident of Hamiton county to term forty years ago what in Veye to Tay to this Demoe Ratie Biga i Olive Branch Tbs hear one of the Pernee a rfcs of 1812� praising Leo Harrison for Hie aerie be during tet tar one bumper at Par bldg Quot a the had Eaid who a be ran again it a poet. In a new Mode of raising the wind. The other morning a lady left Home to make some purchases pay some visits or transact some other feminine business no matter a hat. Sic was walking along one of our Best streets a which happened la be nearly empty at the time when she was suddenly accosted by a gentleman a perfect stranger to her. He was Short and Stout Wilh a Buhy head of hair White gloves cloak and All the outward evidences of gentility. He addressed her very familiarly and expressed his pleasure at having met her. Quot i believe i have not the Honor of your acquaintance sir said the lady drily for his familiarity was rather of the impertinent order. Quot Well never mind about that it is never too late to make an agreeable acquaintance. Are you going up this Way 1 i la go along or Here take my Quot i really must decline the Honor sir and request you if you Are a gentleman to leave me at Quot Bah How pretty you look when you Are angry and the vulgar fellow was preparing to put his Arm around her Waist when the lady was overjoyed at seeing a tall Well dressed gentlemanly Man turn the Corner and Advance rapidly towards them. Her exclamations brought him to her Side at once and his presence seemed to Cool Down in a wonderful degree the ardor of the first Comer. Quot what is the matter Madam has any thing happened 1 can i be of any service to you in any Way 1 Quot sir i have been grossly insulted by this Quot y of scoundrel Quot shaking his stick it the Short Fehlow who sneaked away Quot if it was not for making a scene in the open Street i would whip you to death. To the lady the Vagabond who presumed to insult you is gone Madam you need not fear Quot i am under the greatest obligate coins Quot it of Don t mention it i beg you. Will you allow me to offer you my escort to prevent the repetition of any such insult v Quot i should be sorry to trouble Yoa but really i have been in much Agit ated by what has happened and i must go Home again and if it a not tax intr your politeness too much that fellow my return. Quot Don t be afraid i will take care of the lady accepted the gentleman s proffered Arm very thankfully and retraced her Steps towards Home. On the they talked about balls and concerts the weather the news of the Day and other nothings which make fashionable Covera Atit. I o judge from the Fentiman s manner and Dia course re Welt a of Wiki Cane and yellow g a Fli he was comm to a mfg when they reach the Kef a door he bowed at Mili taking his leave. A i really Leel Nili ii indebted Eaid the or your timely Don t say Sigf a Quot very much Ackimo ledge Yoe Are Why if Yott please. Una. Two a Quot the la Dfwar she Renauf and Lieut i Asp word and headed Yolk wit key i away the yoga Filer Elmit and if if i Zoum Way m give Roa to Ahtl use worked on a i Earth Ruo. Pair East a heed Bow Yoa Eil Raack a nor tempt your own undoing t in of re too por Warow a la he Zilb a spark May a a form ruin. ,11 111.i�ij> a Quot fast a vhf Mimi m�T1 e�4 i pm Tutag him. And Glt Vea set Quot Well it Eli Famh Ber ebb

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