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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - August 8, 1849, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaDepot car to of Frog politics 3lrts, science cite Raturi and . Political so july 10, 1340. I much obliged to you for the calling my extracts you have sent to and fur attention to the remarks of some of the whig papers upon a letter from the editor of the new York courier and Kim incr published in that and in which an of to the other during the late presidential contest As conclusive evidence of my hostility to any improvement by the general government be the character of object what it might. I had Tion of Congress in the very face of nay official i am not going Over this ground at present. I supposed the device had served its purpose and the doctrines of the Resolution held likewise to was among the things that have been. Little uhe Power of special legislation and voted for since journal time is made by these papers to convict me of i am sure you will Bear me wit . U i did i anticipate that a Man of or. Creely i Tell gence and reputation for integrity would re Vive this exploded charge and would refer to that letter As furnishing any hide to my senti ments on this subject or any ground to convict me of inconsistency in my acts or opinions. I did not go to the Chicago convention because course and of my publicly have already touched upon it in my letter to Andy position was that of most of the promi-1 or. Nicholson and i shall probably have ail Opportunity of expressing my sentiments More fully at next session of Congress. I Sli Alii Content myself with presenting a few nent men of our party who while they held to i do not know indeed that general remarks Here As the subject lies in my senator who denies to Congress j Way. There is one import rat consideration import rat the same Bills. There is a single All the Power to legislate Over this matter. Cer j which meets us at the very threshold of this in mainly or. Cullion does not who adopts the i. Quiry there is no express Power in Congress to wholesome doctrines of strict construction. .1 legislate Over the territories to be found in the am aware it is difficult to draw a practical line Constitution for i believe it a now generally at All times Between objects that ought and lha to indeed it must tie Power that have been heretofore pretty patient i did not believe any Good would result ought not to engage the attention of Congress to dispose of needful rides and Reg under some of Iltem As Rcmarka-1 Ita labors. I did not believe nor do i now be j and 1 think therefore looking to the. Abuse to elation for Vul by their Ini Lence As for their j Lieve that such bodies in periods of political j which the Julio be sul inject that the efforts the United i order to ascertain Tab what ext Clit it May be exercised. In almost believe i May say in statistical. The methodists in the United states in Clud speeches and essays in support of the Power of Congress to legislate Over after s endeavouring vaguely to deduce it from some ing tiie Church of North clause or other of the Constitution the principal denominated protestant number m their Reliance is at last upon the authority of the few members. Tho protestant portion instances of its exercise to be found in the statute i " i i 3 Hooka. Authority and precedent have weight i and ought in have some weight in doubtful Are compiled. The number of ministers in the questions bail i Trust there Are. Lew to he found episcopal portion of this body is who arc prepared to shut the Constitution and baptists including like regular anti t Mission free will and to seek in the practice of the government the i Church ministers and Mem foun Atiqa of its Power and especially when Bers. Of this Large aggregate. 1 he. Number of methodist churches is not re ported in the rom which those this country where political indeed at. Any j should be not to enlarge the c if Are so prone to degenerate into either by the concentration of Public opinion or Power and such-1 understand Ito be their a abuse and i had supposed As the to by the diffusion of information can Lead to any views of the democratic parly. J had passed away with the occasion that i j useful plan of action. Invited As the members j the other proof of insincerity As have unwed a reasonable measure of Otis of that convention were from every portion already stated is drawn from the feet that in r even if my opinions or of the Union the sphere of operations my letter to or. Nicholson i took ground against us be deemed worthy of examination. To extensive Wise and cautious deliberations the Williot proviso excluding slavery by Law have been deceived and decision. There were too Many interests from the territories and now believe that Sla the property As in this Case Early legislative proceedings. The presbyterians old school and new Stales contains no Grant of political passed As we have reason to , without have churches and object lib or inquiry. They commenced by adopting provisions of tin ordinance of the ministers and members. Old government to the of the new the episcopalians have churches 1404 propriety connected involved. If general propositions Only Are to be very with or without that vill Rii. Lip in jilt shows that i 3" no considerations of Kiv position now forbid me Laid Down in such a convention the object is not no conk Taircy i Osc to do so in the present Worth the Effort for in the divided state of the acc aikido the charge is specs Public mind upon the question whatever plate but because it is calculated to form might be adopted the opinion of parties in a t Ilse position a conversation with not be established there. And the wonder is gravely expressed How i could write that Itter and the letter of three lines to the Chicago Conven Tion and Jcj. Claim the character of an holiest Man. It i a Tiuch Graver wonder to to How intelligent editors. Of Public whose in fluence on Public opinion. H so great should Ven Ture thus to Deal even with a political opponent in utter disregard of h is True position. It will him but he has Little responsibility and As each Section of the not Surprise Yon but it will Many who have m before the Public. And generally of would remain the writing you for some Days same. Ali return of col. Webb who has gone j if a general plan of operations is to be pro an excursion i the upper As i did posed and pressed upon Congress tie objections to him thus publicly without Are palpable and grave. The Are under re urn cd nor do 1 know when he will country will have it sown objects to attain these Anil As 1 am unwilling to be subject to such in without applying the proper Correl a live i determined to delay this answer no longer. 1 hive Cul. Webb from his , and never ceased to esteem him. Our personal relations have always been kind. Divided in we have Mil ceased to be 1 nil lie will be As much surprised As 1 it the efforts to convert Lii let Ter nit the my idea is no weighing of one project against Ali other i viewed my course Only in a party aspect to be must be attained by concessions to the objects j told that in letter to or. Nicholson i of others and the result will furnish evidence of expressly stated my opinion to slavery a Mutual spirit of accommodation rather than a cautious regard for the general an assemblage a very different thing1 Erqin the attempt to concentrate opinion and action in favor of any improvement particular portion of the Union where there is a Community of information and interest and where there would never extend to California or new mex Ico and that the inhabitants of those re United states in of slavery and seem to have gone on silent churches 509 ministers and member.-. The associate Kelb nned Cumberland and other. Presbyterians with reformed ,1 dutch and German reformed churches have i and United sectional opposition to it. Precedent where to it. Power Over persons upon such property either within or without the respective states. And if it docs in the one it. Must in the Oiler for. _ _ these word s Are equally applicable to the Terri Cine and Thiis impliedly recognizing the and Here Lory Anil other of wherever situated. But there Are some five or by and unquestioned for years. I six provisions in the Constitution whence the to look to ascertain the facts precise j Power is sought to be persons by but i believe it will be Folind that this Powe it from one clause acid some from Ano has never been exercised ther while each is More fortunate in showing where it docs not than where it does the exercise of a great political Power like this by a legislature deriving its existence from a written instrument ought not to of spend o n such Loose constructions. Nothing shows Tho Well grounded doubts respecting this Power better than the very uncertainty in which involved in the Endeavor to maintain it Bysani express constitutional Grant. And no wonder that. When Peculiar circumstances bring this question More forcibly Ever before the country the True foundation of the Power should be severely investigated. Churches brought to Bear Tipon its adjustment but As the foundation of political Power a practice to lir Nuch ii he consideration of a doubt the Roiman Catl Jolls have 907 Church or 917. To on whole subject has been ministers and maturely considered and j tie unitarians have _ 214 the May a cig furl Questin number of Mai sirs and members of re Ber of ministers is doubtless number , if not larger. Ported but the num 1 _. _ 1. A. Introduced is of Little value particularly when if the churches contain on an Many it conies grave incest ions serious la tts.lh9 orthodox congregational of 1 .1 to or .1 j i number would be27.o32. After tag the Union. Turn then inst my number of churches several de Lively irom what has been done to what ought nominations exclusive of Metli odits which Are to be the authority by precedent to not reported is allowing the Metho the authority of the Constitution. " these Mijc u plus 10.000 churches the whole number would j times a which try such questions. Who Cah Wou i j i he whole number m ministers in these de Der Fiat the views entertained of this sub Ijo imitations is 22.ft06. And the whole number Gions i those who maintain the right of Congress tto by the South an Appeal should be made to j of members 4.107.141. Suppose r their i pass the Piv Viso must maintain not Only the common the country or that a Iuar the population of the United state s to be _ Oil Nam that never occurred to him. Nothing in loiter will be called in question nor sacrifice to secure the desired result. And i am fully confirmed inny previous an . Air 1 May add that or. Freely s to citations concerning the Chicago convention. Whether they depend on their ploughs or herds cannot be i quoted with j right of that body to establish governments full approbation Tho opinions of or. Buchanan and provide for the necessities of legislation and of or. Walker the whom it is morally impossible therefore that a majority of the emigrants to that portion of the Tor i legislation at its without regard to the Over the Public territory which is one thing but also the Power to direct All the internal Mitory South of 30 leg. 30 min. Will Ever re establish slavery within its or. Walker will of the people to be affected by it is quite a different thing. I Shal-1 not portion of our citizens should be it would Jive one professor of Reli i Eion to every live Ollie Mcloud with no answer not derived that one to Siree and a fraction. How what has been must continue to to is a principle Many of these professors of religion Are not maintains that beyond the Rio Del Nofte Sla j enter int 0 any subtleties touching the condition i the Wilmot proviso occupy very i in _ i j unjust and i imagine the first Man is yet to be very will not pass not Only because it is forbid i of sovereignty or the rights it bring suited from its labors. But f had yet another reason for declining to 1 cannot commend care to ascertain in Nith. I not condemn the spirit of his in c. Whatever his Brethren of the whig any do f believe to is disposed to do me attend that convention. I did not like its Ori 1 Gin. The earliest notice of it which i saw. Was 1 am accused of inconsistency amounting to connected with the names of some Well known in my opinions whigs prominent politicians of the City of now Lions. Will venture to say that any advantage has re i Den because the coloured subject wag a Good Deal debated predominates in the ratio one the last session of Congress but in had Whites and holding As they do the exhausted in the discussions previous to our re ment and Ilist of the offices in their Possession evolutionary struggle. We Are Sovereign , internal improvements and the no slavery. The lira i Biall dismiss i k Ulm i i have yet no reason Uliey not permit the enslavement of any British to Hie colonies and May the former urge its adoption As a matter portion of the coloured race which makes and legislate Over you As we please. A o u Are save j sure on the ground of Itic unconstitutionality executes tic jails of Hie the largest number the methodists have the largest number among the pro i i r Testant denominations. The oui school pres of order to exclude slavery from by drills. Have 725 Ujwari the the newly where it does not Neil school 160 store ministers and exist aril where it. Cannot be denied that this More members. and new school exclusion is As morally certain without it As i presbyterians , have 2160 More Fechurch with it while the latter All oppose this Mea is than the More min 1 Al , Neil Shore these remarks i add the pie and to it will to doubt that one great object was to injure the therefore be seen ii examination does not re reign said our fathers and May establish gov and a Large portion of the Union of the ground Erin cents but you right to interfere i also of its interference with their rights and j by your legislation in cur i internal i f be Hogg. The contest to which this subject has very but very explicitly the Haiti democratic party by taking advantage of the Olgard the exclusion of slavery from a Region such legislation without representation Given Rise bos already been productive of the contain on the excitement which prevailed in certain portions where it now exists but a prohibition very essence of despotism. This dispute divided i worst consequences. Fur two years it Lias pro t Ofa Tarity. And neither to col. Webb of the country in Conser Juwence of the failure of other Man have i uttered a word in two successive internal improvement i voted Tor the Tariff of and. I have since understood though i cannot vouch for the fact that such was the actual in Tention and that the proceedings of the Conven c a is slant with them. And though there were i a Teo Mien arc a y tint in such it a my introduction where it does not exist and i one Empire. Let us take care that a similar vented Over most important re. Where from the feelings of the Assumption of Power does not Divide another. Have Congress any Power to legislate Over ure it is morally i Nan says that it can Ever to i the acct of u he say i ill. Are Ai Sivji in Tihe Laws of rial As Buchanan says that it can Ever to the territories i said in my letter to or. Establish it i have never uttered to a he Nicholson How far an existing necessity May complicit Milti Lues. Tion would have assumed a party character and Man sentiment in. Opposition to these j have operated in producing this legislation and been directed to this object had not the i views. And subsequent events the events in j thus extending by a violent Powers been frustrated by the firmness of the Democrat deed of every Day confirm their Justice and not directly Given i knew not. But certain it Webb he pub life. Nor does de favored it i in he error conclusion. Tic members. Now or. Greeley will understand Why i not attend this convention. Did Render it impossible that slavery should be re, hat the principle of interference not the Region ceded to us by jlexico.-. Be carried beyond the necessary implication but i cannot under such is the general opinion in Tho non slave which produces it stand Why he seeks my opinions on this question holding states among those who arc most at bet i re erred to the last Percsi Jet and not in my speeches and votes in and to the palpable injustice Senate of Tho United states. Tho ground of necessity is that upon which h Een col. I in my i letter which is wholly silent on the sub cached to the compromises of the Constitution or. M Adison placed the action of the old con i in passing the ordinance 17s7 done me. By whig press and in tip my it try to eminent whig politicians whom i could name and most determined to maintain them. And i do not doubt but there Are Many persons it j the of tiie states. Maine was so cached As As 1g3s, from Maine in frail feb of u Lulich Henrietta Queen of England was Ai thai time prop Wietor. New Hampshire was 0m name Given to the territory conveyed by the company Gions and has left them without government to capt Iii Patent nov. 7, .1039, with reference to wlm and in a state of social disorganization to our own reproach and tie Surpri Selof Tho world. I do not believe there is another country on the face of Ili o Earth which Zaulil have permit Ted such a state of things. And is it to continue is California to become a prey to 1 intestine dissections in the absence of All Law j or is it to be driven to separate Fram us because we neglect to discharge one of our first a duly of of organising a. With reference to who was Gover nor of in Ila m is litre England. Vermont was in Collm in their declaration of Independence january-16, 1777, French verde Green and Nio if Mountain. Massachusetts was named from a tribe of in of Boston. The tribe is its name from the Blue Hill of i have says Roger Williams that was so called from the Blue j i o u Rhod Island was of Heil in 1g44, in verment of the people who inhabit it those Ericc to the. Island of Rhodes in Meriter t i ital do not misunderstand the late or. Jus j o who oppose the of its Unco Misti Ion the Wilmot proviso on the ground the Foa Thern states resist the Wilmot pro lice st6ry, lib entertained similar views when Bui. That in would be invidious to do so were j Viso with All their Power us offensive to the i lie said that acquired territory. under Lonj jurisdiction of Union or will i omit any government at Alli i lil to avid this latter consequence excise a us an evidence us my hostility to All j invited to attend the Chicago convention but j feelings and injurious to the rights of the South general and necessary j neither answered nor attended. I thought it i but who still believe it is a question rather of an to in letter to or. Nicholson due to the gentleman who invited me Toa know i principle than of action and that Cir him Stan Ces of my desire that slavery should be j ledge his attention and did so. And act of Are preparing an exclusion which Congress bus m the Pierrr stories acc did by Mexico Courtesy which constitutes the Pierfy difference j no right to pronounce. United states. ,1 called these efforts the j Between myself and others has been made the j in the View Here taken the Effort to engraft j is of Ilic any is s they were and must textbook whence my opinions Are to be deducted the Wilmot proviso upon an act of t i omit Essid to have been by every candid and by which my inconsistency is to big proved. If Congress had the requisite Power is. A useless j port we come at is no More in neither of these letters is there to be the question of Tho Power of the United attempt to direct the legislation of the country i need that Congress should conduct the Legisla Rie a lib e favourable to the stat cover the subject of internal improvements i to an object which Joist As certainly j. Tion of the territories than that they should Cou ii a Ruit them. The better to the Chicago my sentiments Are in accordance with those of attained without it. If Congress have not the j duct who legislation of Virginia or of mass Palm in Akins not the most Distant allusion i Llie great democratic party and Are fully sex j Power As i believe they have common setts. Is enough that they should organize jul Igor. Not otherwise to lie defended that Power should be limited by the necessity of to preserve. Round of sup. which Calls it Forth. The peace of society acid to tins can never surrender i fair opinions and vote for it. Those who have i Rune an. I Connecticut was. So called from the Indian i name of its principal a inf. York was so called in reference to the heretofore advocated its adoption May Well j Duke of Vork Alli Iny to whom Sims Terri abandon it convinced As they must he Llinat i tory was or 1 i tin Sylvania railed in 1631, aft Wilfe their object will be As Well attained without it was rafted in 1691, i n i Iii ii i Enn. As with it. It appears to me one of most Birre was Callow inll7c3. Questions that Ever divided a country ban on of Ware b in it has and which received Dele usefulness but Fertile in difficulties Ami dangers its name from lord i reevely c in fess that look wit la amazement j Ipp died in i. .1 a Iii Xianu was so Honor of Henriotta up the Zeal nid Pertinacity in urge Mariaa Iuen of Charles i in his Patent to lord j ing this measure under these and a ii Gur j rom them Tho worst Consol Pencos. I Virginia was i called in these Are . They w in Ilic i Cretin May b that letter w Airl of internal improvements. A pressed in the resolutions of the Baltimore con1 with a Large portion of the people it becomes Ali greatest latitudinal Ion or the a cation. In the words of one of Alliese Reelou worse than useless by becoming unconstitutional , and yet have written Lions i believe that tie Constitution does nol j and in addition to this it is peculiarly offensive h consistency simply be Confer on general government the Pou or to to one half of the states of the Union who see offence to army Agni me re obloquy. But i do not hesitate thus openly to being present on commence and carry on a general system of in i in it an attempt to circumscribe their rights eternal and no Man living has the land to mortify their Pride of character. No Rij Fht to gainsay this assertion. But at the same j Man can look at the signs of the times without letter to or. Nicholson exes the Power of Congress to the Ihnot proviso and endeavours to show that would be inexpedient and even if it were . Tii Cre is not in it from to end one word going to show my that slavery would be established my wish that it should be established will Surprise Many Good men retain Tho impressions they received i period of excitement and which they rim the press too Olen pursuing its with soul a Garil to the higher consider Lens of Justice let him who doubts what i say a subject of these letters turn to them and for himself. To the Law and to the Testi Mony. I in ask j respect his has my letter to a gentleman who y Mcd me to no fund the Chicago convention to my opinions on the subject of internal i was asked to attend that and that was All i was asked. I 1 should not attend and that was All unswerc.1. And yet As i have circulated from one end of the Union governments and then the necessity for their interference ceases. And Tho result proves prepared to take a decided part agreeably to his this for the local governments do manage the j convictions wee is not prepared internal concerns of the territories in most eases to discharge oho first duties which belongs and would As safely if not restrained by to Liis posit Iii. To insure the Domestic Tran congressional interposition and i Congress can. Llie. Words of Tho Coniti tuition pass beyond the Power to organize governments one of the great motives of the people of the they May Rise a territory at their pleasure and United states in the organization of prostrate every Barrier of Freedom. If As i have Sci government. Men surfs which May and lakes of the Union National in their charac j though i Trust that happen what May our South j heretofore said they can regulate the relation danger Tranqu Mility should be in i f mini ii ill 11 i t. To i my inn. Hirl n tithe i have never disputed the right of Congress being satisfied that the prosecution of to improve some of the great harbours arid Rivers Tion is producing the worst stale of feeling and after Eliza both the Virgin Queen of England. Caj Liim was so c filled by the in jul. In Honor of Ivinia in of France. A Mirgia was so called 1gsw, in Honor of King avow Liviem for every Public Man who is nol Oen req 11. Alabama was so Cill cil in 1-317 j from its Prin Cipal River. Mississippi was so called in 1800, from its Western Bou Flarv. Mississippi is said to denote the whole Rivo a that is Tho River formed by. The Union of Many. Was so Coli Rel in 1706, fro Rii its Ter and important to the Commerce and some Ern Brethren will still cling to the Union equally of master and servant what but their own will with great caution and never Iid potted but in of them to the defence of our country. While their Ark of safety and ours still there Are evils j is to prevent them from regulating the other the last and then with Groat Rehac the democratic party deny the Power to devise j Short of separation which every Good citizen j relations of relation of husband and a Larico. Raud carry on a vast system of i should seek to avoid. Lie should seek to avoid j wife and of Parent and child and indeed a-11 pecuniary extent no Man can Torsee and what Ujj All occasions of Onfri wildly feelings to avoid As i the objects which belong to the social is still worse whose corrupting influence As j far As May be the agitation of questions hostile j there is no Man who can show the slightest. Well in the legislature a out of it cannot be viewed but with the most serious apprehension great majority of that party indred nearly All of it has advocated particular appropriations justified by the circumstances of pm potion and importance. Almost at the same time that i declared my adhesion to the resolutions of the Baltimore i voted with equal Good Fai a for Bills in the Senate the improvement of Rivers and. Lakes and advocated their passage in my seat and this is precisely the reason Why i accuse Many of the whig papers and politicians or something worse in asserting that my Cago letter which contained not a word on the subject was proof of my hostility to All the a to the sentiments or interests of different sections of the country and thus tending to array one of them against another. Is enough passing in the old if not there is enough passing around Tench us the inestimable value of our institutions and thai these ought not to be hazarded by internal do sections As unnecessary in their origin As they Are portentous in their consequences. So much for the expediency of urging a Mea sure thus advocated and opposed. But beyond this question is a still More important one in a constitutional government and that is the Power of Congress to legislate Over. The subject and this must be settled affirmatively before the propriety of legislative action can be necessity for this interference Parton the general government and there is consequently no Man who can show that it has any right Tri interfere on the ground of its necessary action. The people of the territories arc fully competent to conduct their own Ali Iris and the very first principle four social system demands thai they should not be permitted to do whichever May be the says chief Justice Marshall speaking doubtfully origin of this Jurisi fiction whence this Power May he derived the Possession of it is in quest he is speaking of the Power of government and no doubt it Lias been possessed but it becomes very important to ascertain and How has i am dear sir with great regard truly yours. Lewis Cass. Ritchie Esq. Legal wit. The famous scotch b a great wag was one s pleading before a fun scotch judge with whom life was on the most intimate terms and Happe Ning to have n client 4 female defendant in an action of the name of tickle he commenced in the following Strain tickle my Clicie the defendant my the auditors were driven into hysterics of laughter by the in Dan replying tickle her yourself Henry you re als Ible to do it As 1 i i Sii tuck was so called in from its Ruti Hind Pirino pal River. Illinois was a called in 1309, from its pm in Cipal River. The word is Aid to signify Tho River of men. Indiana was so called in 1502, from the american Indian. I Iii was so called from its Southern bound hire. M Missouri was so called in 1s21, from its Prin Cipal i Veo. M. was so , in 1805, from the Lake. On its f Ark Iii tis was to nailed in 1819, from Ita principal a Iyer. .1 Florida was so Juan Ponce de in 1571, because. It was discovered on easter sunday in Pascua i More than seventeen de Over the railroads in Massachusetts during the past three years. Only Allty Sis persons were were injured. A. An lather of Tho yellow Plush school once wrote hire following letter to a boar9ing school As i Good Ife Disatio a Misselt i Asci Ijmte d to see the shame fill manner in my Lupy has been bit by the pleas and it is my desire for her to sleep in the bed she used to and not for her to sleep sum times in one bed aim then in another. For to. Feed All the fleas in who House for i think it a. Not write neither Liall she do is paper

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