Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
28 Sep 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - September 28, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana We Mumm Mem a Wabash in r. I every wednesday Quot speaking with the fee Boom of a Mam hrs abbr Vrbin to an avoid Knob of i1by George a. Id Man to lame haute Virgo county a Daiva sept hffia�-28, 1840. But shall no pledge be Given no Promise made by any Man asking office at the bands of his countrymen ? Quot measures not men Quot is the old and Good Republican motto. But if we Are to vote for the uncommitted Quot men not measures Quot will be the new motto we must adopt. The address unanimously adopted on the 8th of january last by the representatives of the democracy of Indiana contains this sentiment a a men when Riihl dates Are the representatives of ii a it Zirri. Men alien candidates should be tar m they ire Cali Bible a Llie re Gnu hirer it published every wed a nyx office on Aih. Be toe a Walatk and Ohio Street Dirc Cluj eat of the court Houte. I terms. I two dollars per annul in and Vance. Papers will invariably be discontinued As soon As the Lirrie f or which they have been paid sex ro.-. One Dot it liar will be received for f x Monivis and fifty Cenotti for three months. Five dollars n Advance will inv fur three Ybarr or fur Oliree pm pen for one year. Adver Risem hits Quot ml.�r., Tirc t, at one Dol in a it Inre a incr t it ii Iii to i the rate of cents in it a Stu t re. Vav. A k 1 it. I ii a t a n Hiber of insertions in ski. Quoth Lif m i it . A it n handed in it wiil b a Cint a ird i. It it i. A Cli urfred . pull i hed by the Iju in or. It it i 1 or will be Chart cd a 8� a or six Iii Quot to to it or a t a year. Merchants drug i is. And Oil err. A h Ert i it Liy the year who be chaired Fer two Stu res a i Quot for Oliree so Tiirik a a a for a dirt Quot a of a Onui Iii of 2000 tens half a column 4.&Quot><t three i burls of a co Hirun i for a column. A year. .�\dvcrli6enieiilti Auto ionised by Atli i Mut Brul for my Advance. coming for it n abroad Iii to h in coi lie , 111 10. I it in it a it l for l. A Tion by a Brit if Llull ller. Rcv a Quot Staj to Nguot be Puri. From the us ugh a Visti n Styli my. Review of general Harris of s speech at Foin Quot Meigs encomium on this speech a the who pre.-?. Its anti democratic doctrine in regard to it it pied is. Weakness of the reasons Given m up port of that doctrine. Honesty the by get to i by. Gen. Harrison despairs of the Republic. Political despondency characteristic of federalism and a doubting Faith of Dein Cracy. The faint hearted should not be at the Helm. Self prophesied consequences of Harrison s defeat. An ominous if. Harrison declares that the american Republic has in Ocoine a monarchy. Is this True or false. The snip i Treasury Bill. The deduction. Gen. Harrison s declarations of Prii Cip Umade Quot for the it Public Eye Quot Are to us in flu be Days like Springs of water to the traveller in the thirsty desert Valuim me on account of their Scarcity. Both whigs and democrats ought to them carefully and if it be possible Siona Tely since they afford far More evidence than the Sny so of either part the political sentiments of the Shiji candidate ,. For the presidency Quot i Quot lies Are More powerful before carefully and dispassionately then let use Quot if candidate is asked Amine general Harrison s recent address at la a go Quot a Quot he the fort Meigs Celebration As Given in tiie election. Whig papers of the Day. And Liat we May not be accused of gambling it by Artia extracts. I Forward to the editor of the Sentinel a copy Quot v. Quot t in general Duft Green s weekly Pilot i w Lii of june 27 last with a request that be will append it to this communication. Ter half a Century of experience and Prosperity continued to approve the Choice which he and his fellow labourers had made he adds it be to the world what i believe it will be to some Parte sooner to others later but finally to All the signal of arousing men to burst the chains under which monkish ignorance and superstition had persuaded them to bind themselves and to assume the blessings and Security of Jefferson on a death bed doubts not the ultimate redemption from oppression of All Mankind. So even in King Ridden Europe does the Sterling Democrat feel and write. He looks through the gloom and discouragement of the this is sound democratic doctrine and if it present to the Bright Promise of the future be what Shah we. A of the principle w hich sex loaded As he is by burdens grievous and heavy i Cut a Man from pledging Himsel to any men to b borne deprived of the right of us Rivage sure under any Mircu instances shorn of All the Best privileges of a Freeman he suppose the Quot Case of a candidate to represent can yet to adopt the language of a trans Atlan this county of Posey in the state legislature tic poet anticipate the coming Day of Light and j and that the question had been warmly agitated Freedom v the i a Stu Quot i Ronnii s maturer Niti Iro i i ill the pm Iliof Ilo it in a Hino by a rare will a its Power to its Nii Bority in ill min try Niass by Thi Gnu ecu Brune shall stain i unnoticed m the of a ii ill f is to decay Ali i Hood s tra de Liall be is hateful and in rot it Ible a As tia inf truth is now 1&Quot such is the language even under the Harrow among us w Hether the plan of giving up the Public works on certain terms to private companies should be adopted. Suppose that on Koine Public occasion this candidate was re-1 spec fully asked by one of his fellow citizens of the county whether he was in favor of such a plan or not and that he replied in Gen. Harris on s very words Quot it is my opinion that no pledge should be made by any individual when in Nom a r a Quot Quot Quot Nuti Luc Sunun y iof despotism of Stout democracy. How does nation Lor any once in the gift of the people. U Ai a i., 1 a it compare with Harrisons responding predict hat would be the certain result f can we a .1. R. I. A Fri Tion that sooner or later that latal catastrophe doubt that he would be told Quot then sir you. 1. A 1 Quot u 11 j to Liberty would take place when even the Nav stay at Home and we will find some one u 1 1 Quot a a \ r u n 1 a a a. 11. 11 i 4. 4 j j Republic of America Itsel shall degenerate into else who will Tell us what we have to depend up monarchy that it behoves us carefully to guard against any encroachment by the general government on the rights of the states or by one department of the government on the others is a truth and an important one. It is the genuine democratic doctrine. Even the federalists pro on if we elect is not this just and fair ? and with what show of reason could a candidate after such a refusal Call upon his fellow citizens to receive his nomination Quot with something Akin to generous Confidence a Quot but what reasons docs general Harrison offer Quot once a it Lic we 110 1�1. J j u fessed to approve it. The great difference be in support of a principle so anti democratic he. A .1 a it n t c y tween tie two parties is that the one like Jet a Quot i Ferson Felt confident of final Success the oth l the giving of pledges and to , spoke responding by of Multi Iii Quot r be to the St Ronij a it tin Virtu. F 1 t. The my re l Iver of his country but to_., r. La a Lim to the 11 the . To number of it Wise or prudent to entrust the vessel of ,. Uiko top. In. R the Lirlea number of pledges state to one who even while he prepares to take Ai i h lie in v. R . To it Irry his place by the Helm to direct her course faint the weakness of the is even greater heatedly prophesies that she will run upon the than the unsoundness Are in Breakers and become a melancholy wreck at tended to support. Quot if pledges be asked and Ien. Harrison Quot the greatest liar subsequent sentence it would Given that general Harrison s "�1 list it of lil this speech of Gen. Harrison is the inor deserving of special attention because the Wizig papers have it beyond any other address or communications which the general has Given to the Public. The Alexandria Gazette says of Harrison Quot his speech at fort Meis Vii Al Llu him As a Rati Man Quot the National intelligencer in Glt neral it a Erate not satisfied with the above copies paper of june 23 from the Detroit advertiser the jul owing encomium on this speech �?��?�1 was a masterly a Ivi a full Quot pm a. , a a it c ii a. ,. A a a i. Re Iii i to be a main Olvry r. A Rutili capable univ Quot. It a i.,. To the Fame it f a ri<->tui.-1 w .-ii-t.-r, a r 1 indeed often As we have Ltd Iri lir ?. .1 orators a Ujcik. We have Kiev t in Iii i i 1 More Elna Nunt set a it tii i a Harrison delivery in if i Ort a Quot i and Aga ii in the same article Quot this a i i Iii re i lir a a a -1 of Hurr it i to i n Emliy ii Avent a h it i Hene i Quot Quot t p a a Thi slam in a it c 1&Quot 1-coprrs.&Quot a and lest it might be supposed that tilt \ applauded the manner Only the writer says Quot it was tic Rrt Lucr rather to not i a to i to speech w was in just grat t y 11. T i the who heard to then it should be remembered that the occasion was such As to Call Forth if any occasion could the full Powers of the speaker. A he was welcomed Quot says the advertiser Quot by More to t x he a i i 1. That Reform on which it has and indeed a to exhort you to Goon each fully if you can a and you can to Elict that Reform upon which your hearts Are Lix d. In hot calamitous Conse quench will ensue to the world Ify ii ail i you should Fiill Imp the tyrants of i Uri pc will rejoice. And to in even suppose candidates As a Prin Ifyu the fim Nus of free Lorn. Scatter Cir led a set of scoundrels As satire Ever painted de Lik the Feu plans of la Aven. Of. R tic world them can they forget that there is an after mourn when 1 i. Y see the b a reckoning it they give Quot pledges which they to Iii a la Tif i who never intend to carry out Quot what Chance have our y. T n to to they of a re election ? and until the Quot one lat is the meaning of term Vinci be Quot is made to apply to every office your hearts Are must not this salutary Check continue to operate can have under the circumstances but one even upon those who have so Little sense of meaning and that is to turn out the present shame or Honor left that they might be willing administration and make Harrison president solemnly to give a Public pledge and then do every Man in the vast crowd Beible him so in lib rarely to violate it de stood it. Then observe if Harrison is de for m y Purt i believe that even in politics feat cd what by his own account will happen ? is the Best policy. Falsehood May sue the tyrants of Europe will rejoice the friends need for a time but falsehood is Short lived of Freedom Over the Earth will mourn the Bea let the opinions of candidates be freely asked con Light of Liberty will expire and darkness 1 a a let Triem be freely Given. And it is by sincere Settle Down Over the whole benighted world. C eviction that he who declares to the Ameri what shall we say or think of his Frame of ent had thus the Power of entrusting the Public democrats to the rally the fighting hero of the thames coi. Rah John Soj a will lie a Een another notice in Tiu paper is about to pay us a visit. His Are at Rockville on tuesday the 20th of october. At Terre haute on the 21st. At Carlisle on the 23d. At Vincennes on the 24th. At View Harmony on the 26th. At Evansville on the 28th. At Rockport on the 29th. At Troy on the 30th. At Kome on the 31st. Ivow democrats turn out Liet us rally and do Honor to the scar covered Veteran who bears the certificates of his valor on his Frame. Let us meet him and Welcome him As becomes Tsie sons of Liberty i come Forward fellow democrats one and All. Come Forward All of you who wish to do Honor to the real hero whose shattered Frame ass limping Are better Graaman ties of his Coura re than any paper certificates. Conie All who have at heart the Success of g Ood old jeffersonian and jacksonian democratic principles. Let there be a a Reat Grather Ingr of the people. Let none stay away. Let us show the country that the Hoosier demo army is yet alive. Let us show our opponents the Federal Whis that we can beat them if we will yes we May safely predict that they general Harrison May say that we Are will now. Ill Lut ill can people the greatest number of truths mind who could utter on such an occasion Money to agents with the privilege of using it. Will approved by their sober second thought such a sentiment As that ? what is it but to As now the agents he May employ Are entirely do. Cursed with a monarchy Jar worse than that win Way to their hearts and their Confidence Sert in so Many words that upon himself and let armed of that privilege. The True intent and at lat his election depends the political salvation of actual effect of the Bill is to prevent the Emi Loy in Repov to federalism general Harrison says Mankind say nothing of the startling egotism mint of Public Money either by corporations or p t a t of such an expression but what Are we to think by individuals for private use. Its provisions pm itch than wis i by in of its truth or its consequences if True expressly deprive All men the president of course h i a a t the i s or crept Sanh sex in pie to the most sanguine partisans of Harrison included under the penalty of felony of All i in in 11, t to. H. Hev. Tint ,.j�?z�?zer. Must admit the possibility of failure. He must Quot get to use either directly or indirectly a so o / Ltd it in to . To la i it i w ild confess that Martin Van Buren May be re elect g c Dollar out of the United states Treasury for Gnu d de. Now Are the whigs prepared to endorse any purpose whatsoever Only for the their candidate s declaration if in november Public service and that the Constitution itself next Thev do fail Are they ready to admit that declares shall be Only Quot in consequence of a Liberty has departed from the Earth that this proper nations made by every one knows is no longer a Republic that Thev Are no Long ought to know that or. Van Buren cannot or Freim a touch even a Dollar of his own salary will they endorsing Harrison s assertion in except in virtue of an express Law passed by deed stand to this then the next step is to loth houses of Congress. And nothing but grasp the sword of violence. And in truth Stone blindness of party spirit can excuse a Man it would seem As if their candidate half Antici making the random assertion that the sub rated that very event Quot peacefully if you can Quot Masury plan it would be in violation of the is his expression. What had thit if to do gives to the president the Quot pos there ? what Doc s it mean ? what is the Al session of the i j. I i i a no. I i what Are we to. La i 111 i a to think of this a Over Nim Rii Iii ,-, ii i la Ien. Harrison us that he has no Confidence in the perpetuity of the Republic. He believes that it w ill decline and decay that the Federal government will Swallow up All lesser authorities and erect itself into a monarchy at last he regrets this we Are to suppose he deplores it we May presume but he believes it. And this he Calls anti federalism say be veterans in democracy Eye who witnessed the ter native i in expresses indeed his conf yet general Harrison makes the assertion. Thun to Cay fire thousand of a a countr much in inc struggle Lorav years ago tells us if this a acc that the Reform can be peacefully effect according to his express and posit we Deci Ara spot consecrated to his Gallant achievements Quot de i hut what if it cannot ? what if peaceful Tjon we Are Matthw moment governed Bise circumstances what is the result Hamilton himself was willing a trial eans fail to gain the Dav which Quot would have added to the f of a Republic Quot As re a the meaning of i under these of this Effort Fame Quot of the greatest orators of America the first half of the speech is filled with a desultory review and defence of the speaker s military career. Let it pass and let those discover surpassing eloquence dignified language and elevated sentiment in it who can. I make no remark on its style or spirit. An old Soldier has Ever from time immemorial had the privilege of Quot fighting his Battles Over again Quot in any style that pleased him Best. On such an occasion men excuse much. But it requires the Assurance of a whig editor to Tell us with becoming Gravity that Preston Webster and Clay must All hide their diminished Heads before this uni valued Effort of the orator of North Bend. Pass we then to the matter to the political sentiments with which the speech winds up. Go the subject of his refusal to give pledges to the people since his nomination general har Rison makes the following most extraordinary declaration a a it is my opinion the no put if. Sofij be Siade by an individual Whon in rms Mai i or for any of kick in the t it the non Aniie of tier expedients remain shadowed Forth in the ominous sentence Orand that he Quot Only awaited the Possession of the they were All with hardly an exp Gall this but an Idle meaningless vap Oring i purse to make him a Monarch not a Monarch Sim Ith republicans and federalists will threat if it be How utterly unworthy is it of a i p with the Power of England but a Monarch with the i Terence was that the re pub yes to the first and most Lionora the Powers of the autocrat of a Monarch. Nay he goes further than this. J. Meaning of that if friends of he says the republicans of America Are in a he expressed it out he did not believe the trial Harrison Tell us plainly now before hand i much worse situation As regards their govern would succeed. Jay wrote to Washington m what the intention is. Is the ballot Box to be ment than the subjects of Queen Victoria. He 1787 Quot shall we have a King Quot and himself Jyh first resort and the sword of revolution the tells us that the sub Treasury Bill now the Law answered the question thus doubt Gly Quot not next is that the fearful alternative dimly the land gives to or. Van Byren the purse in my opinion while other expedients remain shadowed Forth in the ominous sentence or and that he Quot Only awaited the Possession of the caption both into a 1---�?zr.g Hans made the trial with Hope the federalists Flie in the civilized world for such is with fear. A modern writer on political Economy the chief magistracy of these United states who knows human nature Well says be and Charity bids us believe that it As men can True i8 Izirer. Nutly re Iniz it is an Idle threat Only that when the majority has constitutionally decided the minority will a it Ven 11 t Weir outward Burttine a a i i a Al a r Quot a Quot quietly acquiesce. And yet the same idea of ant a Republic if the democrats succeed nature Quot a is strange and would compose an or Letoi racy the hopeful by nature in boding speech. Harrison says la Deli Cracy. Were All Oliver cause of divergence Quot How is it with our exec native the Contti Tutun Fri Fth a 6 a cd As they an every a Quot Verni nent. Ould but , Tipiere would i alone an a ii in racy la every lain. The by done j a Tontti Tutun Fri Filini the control of the army. And the sentiment is both just and Philosoph Ferut a id Itie l Filonow Only Wuite in. The distinctive spirit which has in All aces to. A Ynke imn a m. Nardi. Characterized the True Democrat is a Noble Lon quota i a n Quot it to Imreh with . t the autocrat of itus Tidence in the final Success of the great exper Psi eased Ament of popular government. He confides m a a these a i Nile it a. watched make look for the passage in the speech itself my the people. He trusts to their capability of Hanneli i legit Quot i i. P. Ige f the sub trea fellow citizens if you doubt at the first glance wisely govern log themselves. He believes in s iry Bill will give t. The. I an a Cumuli Nion that i quote correctly. No ply i Jig is the the ultimate Triumph of the Good cause of Liber of it Ower the Bingle addition i a it i it ver that ii eco it expression without qualification win out re to and human improvement. He has that in Mit ution within. Fiji Tum him. And the to Seshion of and it applies to every office in the wavering Faith which can in the very deed re �9 this True or false ? if True we Are at this moment we shall continue to be if Van Buren succeeds in november ruled with a Rod of Iron. If it be True we Are and shall be the slaves of a despot like the serfs of Russia. If it be True will Gen. Harrison will his friends if they Are Defeated consent to occupy the same political station As the boor that is sold by one russian Nobleman to another along with his cattle and As a part of his estate ? if they believe what they say will they set Down and basely endure Alla Enre Gia of the people. \ move mountains and without which no greater the opinions of the Quot confide initial commit-1 Enterprise was Erer brought to a successful is tee we re moderate and pm Dent compared to i sue. Call to mind the spirit in which Jefferson this 4�elvation by general Harrison himself j the undo Hting Columbus of the revolution Studi a a Dacle u the Nofe never can never wrote and spoke. Even in his last letter under will�?4�e Araci ipad by the people of America the depressing influence of pain and sicken. That the co Dort a a t candidate who is of Ontina on the verge of the grave his a Petrit flagged not ally my Lulli it it a Iii porn Wieri Miri Yulan Teerlog pledge his Confidence Gay not Way. Speaking of the which will make Hijii a now since this was spoken the sub Treasury Bill has passed. In general Harrison s opinion then or. Van Buren is now a Monarch. It is True that that Bill give the president no additional Power whatever overt it a a Blic parse nay More k Takat from him even Jurer he had of choosing Whit my to Fri lil Dpi to Banks and favouring Thein i Quot of Ilir Aebli a a Koch us fied and suspicious to True. Consolatory fact that the people of America of patronage. Before Thia Billt Waad tha or cml this while there is a Rifle to be had or a Finger to pull a trigger ? or is it false ? is the plan which the majority of this land through their duly elected representatives have passed into a Law not a scheme which makes their president Monarch ? does it withhold from him rather than give him Possession of the Public purse ? is it a safeguard of our liberties a a return to the first pure principles of democracy ? and Are Gen. Hanson a statements regarding it Mere declaim aim f will All these wild assertions now put Porib for political purposes be taken Back if the whigs Are Defeated in the november contest ? win thay Aye unit to what their candidate a Caus Road r will it prison in Hia Uneada that what by we a a Adios Foith to tha kind a a id Hig a doctrine la but Quot to Ted and a Urff Aigin ivring nothing which oppresses great Britain his friends catching up the word May talk incr Ceil and loud and May add to their candidate s hint of Quot peacefully if you can Quot their own resolve of Quot forcibly if we All this May be said a yes and sworn but it will never be fulfilled. It is but an unmeaning bluster got up for the occasion and to die and be forgotten when the occasion has passed away. It does not contemplate treason it is Only intended for effect. But How Low is that party fallen which is thus driven to support a desperate cause by Means As desperate As the cause they Are brought to Aid when some of the note less journals of the Day Deal in these Bootlegs extravagances and ring the Idle changes on ruin despotism autocrats and All the rest one passes it by unnoticed forgets it perhaps almost before the silly Sheet is cast aside. Vav Hen similar language is employed by one whom As the possible occupant of the seat which Washington and Jefferson once filled one desires to esteem and respect then the Case is altered. We look on with sorrowful Surprise. We would shut our eyes if to could on the fact that a Man aspiring to an office so High should stoop in Hope of Stic Cess to Means so unworthy. And even when the fact stares us in the face it begets within us no harsh feelings towards the individual but Only a settled conviction that a Man of general Harrison s character and of his age who has Given Way to the promptings of evil counsellors and fallen into the hands of an unscrupulous party is wholly Lafitte for the station to which he aspires the presidency of the United states of America. Robert Dale Owen. Mucu Macal ingenious townsman it or. 8. N. Botsford has Slown u8 an Iron door i cd of his own invention and make which is one of the most cunning contrivances that we Ever heard Tell of. It has two Large bolts each shut by a Dit Terent key from the other. The lower key is used As in another lock but when the upper key is introduced a its Bolt shot Forward kith Stolts become perfectly immovable and both Lineys Are then useless to draw them Buck. No pickpocket can effect their removal with All his ingenuity. The door Mut get remain fast locked until the spell is broken by the Holder of the keys who when ire Purchase the lock is Ian wed with the secret by which its obstinacy in overcome. This Luck is Ibe very thing tor the vaults of Banks and sub treat it afm and we heartily wish Success to its industrious a he ingenious Hetata. A dreadful by up i there 1ms been Opal dead fail Wavy up. It the and Sao Siar balt Iomara. Dress of the working people have Axtt if Here Are Gen. Herr Itomi up per Alioff 09jni9ht in full Ihu True if Loti of i i if ser a Kob the poor the i i i can run new it / f Quot Quot / him St it Temam. Send no Niort tips a a Itroia Joe it Eye an elegant picture the following Little sketch Brief As it is comprehends a Good Deal and will serve to show the Ssali Titi icon in which or. Van Juren has been held by he democracy of the country from the first Days of hire to the present time a Short Biou Kapriy of a Democrat. Martin Van Buren Horn december 5th, 1782, at Kinderhook new York. Admitted to the bar november 1803. Elected senator of the stale in 1812. Supported the War from the Start and was the zealous advocate of its vigorous prosecution a and in february 1815, offered resolutions expressive of the Sens of the new York legit la Ture on the an noun lenient of the Victory at new Orleans by the conv Eliou of the conqueror of Europe o in Jackson Quot with whom he was at a later period. Elev Atlo by a pee pm Polk in 1832 to the second office in their gift he was counsel fur the United states in the trial of a eneral Hull. Appointed attorney general in 1815. Re elected to the state see ale in 1816. Elected to the u. States Senate in 1821. Was a member of the new York Convent Ioir to Amend the Constitution of his state where he advocated the Cau a of democracy free principles and Effual right re elected to the United states so Nate in 1827. Elected governor of new York in 1828. Appointed Secretary of state of United Stales ii 1829. Minister to England in 1831. Vice president of the United state in 1832. President of the u. States in 1836. In every Statius and under ail circumstance he has i manifested Capi City honesty. Quot and Fidelity to tho Coastin Utitz a firm attachment to Republican principles and a proper regard to tie a spirit a a or of our free ins Titu i Day or two since Smith was decanting to Joti Eis Oft to a Nian fold Exee Lences of the Hewen pave Rhent Quot a capital Bilig. A a Neais a be no what a pit that Ell the pm rifles Dot adopt in a Quot True Quot replied Jones .4lqdm9 00. A a Spoden pavement Why if Cuy. To a Parisoff Aill Antles would of lid aka i Alt of be Coreil u whim Yeti i a Iii. A lie Tew to to Ilmah. A �ia�1o� i i but Ejov a s a a a a my a la if Imp in Inifi

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