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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 15, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaFri to 3tos. Politics cite Date agriculture and amusement. J hat country is the most prosperous where labor Emma ads the greatest Buchanan. Avo. 48. Wellsboro thursday july 15, 1852. Tub and8kbtcib8, i in tit blah k statues. -11, a urholt employment for an unusual my Iii once exhausted with Mak i . And i began to desp air. N Ming. I remained till late at a Coli of r rapid. To which i Hod been accuse j id Rej Llic ram pouring Down in Lort . Kept me a close prisoner. J the weary hours by counting or it in urals mid periodicals. Again i i u. Mil resumed the perusal of the Vivis while carelessly surveying the i Tipp lenient Sheet of Trio air Ali 1 lir to Lime an announcement attract Ilia Seemi d to hold out at least a Errn Pipiou. I read and follows while the Caps of my Knees were getting sively tender with so much kneeling lie Lief at last arrived however in the person of an i obese Herald from the stage calling out All the Luu jes and gentlemen of the Ballet Gen. Scott Gen. Jackson Clerton. Political. On the stage 1" to my great Delight my amazonian Ladye love at once abandoned me and flew with her in april 1817, Gen. Jackson the Southern division of the United states Diana he sisterhood from whence they j army issued and an order concerning that i came. I was alone for the moment but thought vision. Thison a u it expedient to follow in the direction taken by the last two or three lingering knights that were departing from the Field of chivalry. Once More i reached the Alsatia of the stage and was immediately drafted with eleven others out of a Large body of supernumerary is and introduced by my Nemesis the Corporal to the chief of the this Demoniac authority was pleased to accept the As a suitable re Cruit. Twelve Sable Fri Tuce being required to form a human but mute columnar tableau in Hui did supernumerary is Llie Vestibule of gnome King s Palace we statues were directly brought on to the scene. Twelve Black pedestals were ranged in Readi Ness for our occupation. We Carja tides had to mount these boxes Ond to stand on the tops of them m a statuesque form supporting with lilo raised Arm Over the Bent shoulders a Bronze censer milling Blue flames. With difficulty i mounted the rickety pediment or rather impediment. An Accident of an undignified Ainilian were expressive of bin Ture thus Early in my theatrical experience at saw. It Rev tended my exertions. In mounting the trunk him of Henry line in search allotted to myself a Strain upon my pantaloons took place ensuing a breakage of my apparel unfortunately at the very seat of Honor. Glad Mirical legendary and n i n i . Ubo til to be products at i re Kiv in. Drury Lane apply per on i to d. K at 301 in line i Nimi Alcil Over this announcement u Milt. I with renewed Oil Llie Light of tint dimly Burnt within my breast and i to wait upon Trio non commissioned i duly found d. A at the a he proved to he a seedy but 1 i mar with a stooping it of a j 1 n brim and a face indented of on1, and tic Small pox. He re Lav Ravy. I ill to said what n , unless Jou re up to Llic Ballet any i a a was Rny inc pc 11 i y i umps Omejc i la put von Dovon i a and Qunce it. Tho pay s Etc in tint i i when the rehearsal was Over and i was released from the Purgatory i had got myself into a subsequent rehearsal introduced me to fresh troubles. I had to Lead a forlorn Hope of Saracens up a sleep and almost perpendicular Mountain constructed of Strong Deal boards cover with a layer of Damp saw duet. Having forced the stronghold of the enemy whoever he was at the top of the acclivity it was next my duly to descend and throw the Protection of my i shield Over miss Poole Asa pro Llie i Etc Cor Oril tint i Cess of detachment. It As a situation of some Iii 1 Iid Riili or so. 1 had to Trike a position Over the inn i m. Replied but p raps you la have i Ces ill a Miclet of Crow to horse which Melee it p d Luin it. Ami carry a Bainer. Occurred half Way up the mount an. I i it a Piri of it Enn i is t Lun j lib insensate Ducrow peace to his n in no tin in intr the step you la soon me on his Steed and As the i j r car Al i in viral pranced and reared Over my devoted to give every at i head the expletive Loving equestrian pelted me i t. Ibe Listii lit on to. A measure of ins customary oaths and i be e on in of 12. I curses by Way of expressing his ire at my not Al in co co deducts my i giving his horse More room for the display of initial my Wii men. Brinn the i l in Tolu by Isth need Tollick proposed Lenns. 1 t. N i tin Al cat ten to Morrow i in nil incl ii h Ron cycad bucolic j i. Do h 1 car peril Oli Mcl of Vuu d sly lifted you d have made a nit l Peh is hive Inlo the a i1 of wit i a Pound a week Irenr 11 Ier civilly men Suil in is for i bpm i word i ctn n Oiin what dashed my Ili seemed willing to wave it with a perfectly Good under in the relic Irsil tiie next Ivl at 11. Stage door n i by to t 1" ii a Piil off Pernu Meraris and con 0 Tab in to the scene of their duties. 1 to Iii n Annons dark and i i on lilo veritable boards of old id in p acc equally enveloped in slum. I was peopled with Many shadowy till busily fluting about. As my r a cime to the a Reading i n i distinguish objects bet a sort y Little num. Llic manager a Nuil i it tin of the slope and win Ccu i i tin 1 n concourse of persons of both n Puutio Ivd Over the stage of in Tii Ltd and in a n upon a a ulna i was the i Valitt of Trio Orch i i d Cerl in injunctions to v v but Iii i torment in hum -11 ii n and ii a relic slab by the eventful evening fixed for the first performance of the spectacle at last arrived. The duty thai devolved on me was As i Jay have been collected from the forgo Init onerous. It in needless however to detail All the Circum stances attendant on my situation suffice it the House was crowded and Liliu Scenic effects to produced very important. All was activity and the cur lain uproar confusion Belore it. The cur Rose and the uproar subsided and was hushed. The scene elicited admiration and scene after scene succeeding with satisfactory results. The Scarf dance of which i was u figure or Cypher was introduced Ond Suc obtained an Enco c. In the Fol lowing acl Llic Elion Vestibule of the gnome King s opened to the Audi ence with a tremendous elect. Two notly of the staunch Saxon wit fooled the auditory to the top of their Bent while the Cary tides discovered standing on our be Finup poliing our mind was of die a lipid statue on the prompt Side. I Felt my Confidence oozing out not Only at my fing Cro ends but also at my toes. A magnificent retinue occupied the stage passing us in process Ion. Then came the enchanted i Rince Ducrow on his flying Steed the rider Lluu rioting sword and gesticulating like mad. Much valuable time was 1 recollect wasted by the Deh s incident to the first inight. No thought appeared to to taken of us Ulues of course body Ever dreamed trial no e had any feelings vision. This order was spoken of by Gen. Scott in terms highly insulting to a brother officer Vonh whom he had been on terms of intimacy. Of the language of general Scott Gen. Jack son was informed by an Anonymous letter from new York and he made a respectful Call upon Gen. Scott for an explanation. The reply of Gen. Scott Asj appears from the annexed letter was opprobrious. Fins letter we have never seen in. Print bul to it Gen. Jackson replied As follows Gen. Jackson to Gen. Scott. Head quarters division of the. South Nashville dec. 3, 1817. Sir i have been absent from this place a considerable tune rendering the last Friendly office i could to a particular Friend whose Eves i closed on the on the 20th ult. Owing to this your letter of the 4lh october was not received until the 1st instant. Upon the receipt of the Anonymous communication made me from new York i hastened to Lay it before you that course was suggested to me by the f Felt for you As a mar. And a Soldier and that you might have it in your Power to answer How fur you have been guilty of so base and inexcusable conduct. Independent the services you had rendered your country the if Crims lances of your wearing the Badro. And of a Soldier led to the conclusion Tomt 1 was adders ing a gentleman. With you were to. And had in Rifea been for a moment entert Nirid thai you could have descended from the Hugli and dignified character of a major general of the United slates and a cd a language so opprobrious and insolent As you have done rest de i should have viewed you As rather tem Tible to have had any Converse with you on the subject. If you have lived in the world thus inn in the entire ignorance of the obligations and duties which Honor impose you Are indeed nist the time of and surely he must be ignorant of Ihorn who seems so Little to understand their influence. Pray sir does you recollection serve in what school of philosophy Vou were taught that to a letter inquiring the nature of a supposed in jury and clothed in language decorous and unexceptionable an answer should be Given coached in pompous insolence bullying exp Dlf Alln or d that what w int is Here said any communication from Yon will meet me this place. I have the Honor to be very your most of t set and hew Jackson. Brevet major Gnu w. Scott u. S. Army new York. To this letter after a delay of one month replied As follows Gen. Scott to Gen. Jackson. Head quarters 1st and 2d Mil y Dep is new York Jan. 2, 1818. Sib your letter of the 3 1 Ultimo handed to me about the 22j, and Hasiot been read i might say thought of since. These Circum stances will show you that it is my wish to re ply to you i regret that i cannot accept the Challenge you offer me. 1 perhaps i May be restrained from wishing to level a pistol at the breast of a fellow being in combat by a sense Offe Ligion but lest this motive should excite the ridicule of gentlemen of Liberal of thinking und act ing i beg leave to add that i decline the Honor of your Mvi Talion for patriotic scruples. My ambition is not that of Ero stratus. I should think it would be easy fur you to console your self under this refusal by the application of a few epithets As Coward to the object of your and i Here Promise to leave you until the next War in persuade yourself of the Cir truth. I have the Honor to be your of t sol Winfield Scott. To Gen. Andrew Jackson commanding the Southern division of the United states army. In this letter. Gen. Allones iwo reasons of declining to accept Gen. Jackson s Chal Lenge first a sense of and of Pond patriotic e Are not of loosed to object to these not fit gluing. Lei us see though if Gen. Scott sincere in professing to be influenced by them As mailers of principle. In april 1813, do. Witt Clinton of new o. 726. Letter from the Hon. James Buchanan to the democratic citizens of Springfield she possibly have preferred other agents township Bradford co., Pennsylvania ban Pierce and William r. King to in Union and in Union alone there is Stre Ugto Good and great democratic Pennsylva ii never forsake i rpm Kiplee merely became Wheatland near Lancaster 14, 1632. Carry her will Inlo effect. She i never thus prove Recreant to be r True go Day and to her highest interests. i have de Hyed on to i Liat set be professing answer your kind communication of the 20ih should desert Bis Unity religion Ultimo until the result of the Baltimore con merely Hel preferred a Ven lion should be . With every 5t pa6lor preside River it from of a grateful heart i thank the intelligent and hich the majority selected 1 flip Ahful democracy of Springfield township fur my democratic fellow cited Chis we their favourable opinion and for the Earnest except As Friendly Hope expressed by them that the i the agents to carry out the democracy of the Union would respond to the and fundamental doctrines Puthe demo of Pennsylvania in the National Conven i a Pron y re a talented and High toned i made the Ful Lowinia publication in the newspapers of in Day in regard to Gen. . It explains to the Public. Gen. Scott of the army of the having in a letter of the 3d of january ib18, to Gen Jackson Insi baled that i Hail write i i called or instigated an Anonymous letter to the latter gentleman fur a worthy motives and improper purposes and Laving also concealed the imputation to n until the publication of a pamphlet which reached me on 4ih in to i have considered it proper to declare that 1 have had no Agency or Paivi Cipal in in in ing Anonymous letter and that 1 am in of the author and Lral the Iii i pression 1 Iliad hoped that what Nav Harg j upon you by my unon Venus correspondent was intents and purposes and in All s declaration is made from motives of respect Lor Public opinion and not f. R any up Ojard in Gin Skull conduct on filet him to or in Aero a up a claim to his a the panne from i Hinnir and propriety As to Render j of i he notice of a Man who has any respect for unfounded i hid hoped so from the belief Tull i general Scott a Soldier and a gentleman j lint when i see la inc Zanfir Rcd by own Wrils it a matter of inquiry How far a Man of honorable feeling can or Coli wishes of Pennsylva in this Hope they have been disappointed yet All of us have much reason to be satisfied with tha nomination of and w. R King. They Are sound Radical state rights democrats who will employ their Best efforts to from the Halls of Congress and the Pur lies of the Treasury the hosts of Stock jobbers and speculators by which they Are infested and to restore the purity simplicity and Economy of former times in the administration of the government. 1 know them Well having served in the Senate with both for Sev eral years at a most critical and important period of our political history and i speak with knowledge when i say they Are the very men for the times. Public Economy Reform and a strict construction of the Constitution according to the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions of 1798 and 179d, ought to be watchwords of the democratic p irly throughout the pending con test and Pierce and King will prove to be the Able and ii Ahful representatives of these great principles. General Pierce first entered the Senate of the United slates on starch 1837, and continued to be a member until the 29th Day of and cur in the concealed our Caples rather than men Cugliat Ever to be our motto it Lias been Bur a past Itiat we principles from the Public Eye them before the the Lale convention in our will his erected a platform the midst of the nation on which every tribe a Democrat can proudly Starl. Docs the Mart hive be he Denio Cral or whig who knowing Franklin Pierce and William r. Believes they will prove but Liness to anyone of principles the great Dert socratic party of tha have to t Cue their chosen a Chart by which they stand in the most solemn manner to the ship Deslate and my life upon the they will Injev Jar deviate from the course. In for these candidates then every Democrat will1 be voting for ins own cherished principles and sustaining tiie plate oct of his party. Fear i shall not be Able accept your kind invitation to pay you a visit Dolring the i residential canvass. With the strongest Dis position to ice Lilivale the and Fri Nii lip my brother democrats of Brad february 1842, when he resigned. This period foil county i must yet leave the Public Dis Ombra Cus the whole of or. Van Buren s admin Cussion of Tho principles involved in the present is ration and the first year of that of general j Conte to to younger and Abler partisans. I have Harrison and or. Tyler. He had previously during so Long a period served in the character serve a As a member of the House of represents a speaker before the people that i Trust my lives from december 1833, in in the 4th March democratic fellow citizens Nihro Ghoul the state 1837, throughout general Jackson s second term con id Ping that i am now Moreb thin sixty when general Pierce first made his appear in the Senate he was one of the youngest years of ago will b willing to Sirje me an hop nimble discharge from the More Active duties of y not even Llic for my own Pirt the tune completely beat me. Ould Hui Wen constant the perspiration fairly ran Down my sible face Liri Iii Tolh-1 leu of lilo manager and i an in tens c irritation visited various parts of my Mij a wings after the manner body flying especially to the calves of my legs. Conventional the arrangements to a sense of me Lortan voice at in the i Salcioo. De bal pcs pile the occasion despite the Dishonour at tending failure i Felt it inevitable that i must give practical expression to my misery. And i did i lowering my Dexter hand i administered a vigorous scratch to that portion of my Anatomy so indispensably requiring Llie application of inc lion. The Ali ii however. That character. Are you ignorant. Sir Llinat had my order no which your refined judgment so extremely touched been made tiie subject of in i Quiry you might from your standing not your is that i a been one of my recollection of Haring had the Honor of How very then was it ? h a 7 t lab v and without knowledge of any the or Olibe Lopion of conversation As Sug circumstances for Yog to have prejudged the to uni Monant a Eliot whole matter. This at different times an in Al to de _ p Campaign if not the very Yogi Nurst of its mod it with sentiments of the higher t respect i est and unassuming in his deportment but firm remain and determined in his principles and purposes j your Friend Anil fellow c to zip v it wis not Luig before he acquired the respect i buc Hanan. An i of his by Baber senators. From deep to tie Odric Leonard s. Salsbury maj. I Coo conviction he was a stale rights Ley. Gen. Theo. Wilder Chaur Cey Guthrie sound unwavering and inflexible and i inn Hosley. Gil. Of Leonard Bliss tire to predict that when his votes Shalbe l , col. H. Root Aroos Knap scrutinized and tested by the Touchstone of dem -1 socratic they pre Serit As i record is those even of the lamented or Kohl Liim Solf. Ills innate to Lesty and comparative youth prevented him from addressing the Senate frequently yet i Well recollect some if his efforts which would have done no discredit o the oldest and Ablest members of tiie b by Hen in its most palmy Days. When he spoke Lewash Lenys or Virld his voice was Excel his language Well chosen and felicitous and to Hud an earnestness of manner proceeding the Circle of your friends could do and yet had i been i you detailed As one of my judges in tilt Ike a signs of in Assas sin lurking under a fair you would have approached the holy Sanctuary of Justice is conduct like this congenial with that High sense of dignity which should be seated in Soldier s bosom is it due from a brother offi cer to assail in the dark the reputation of an other and Stab him in a moment when he can upon ibo memory. Bul 1 feel a confident pts Union that i did not make use of any expressions incompatible with the High respect which 1 entertain for de Albany april 6lh, 1819. After this publication had been before this country a considerable time d. Will Clinton was elect Ltd governor of Navy Yolk and upon his Ina Inavon took a Public oath the Mosi Iii Diimig , a ii isl duelling that be a Koukl not in fact be comic Arnod directly or a directly in any As s on As gov. Clin nol expect ill j might insult an honorable Man with questions As these but shall not expect that they will Harrow up one who must to i Ulen upon himself Elliis of , be dead to All those feelings which Ore Huarac Gen. challenged him to tight a dual on account of the above publication kno Tuv is he did that ibis change could not heed without perjury on the part of gov. Clinton inns instance h seems a sense of Reli Rion and patriotic scruples Hail Little weight with Tui slice of 11 gentleman. In terms As polite As i was capable of noting i asked you if my informant had stated truly it you were Tho author of the publication and re Marks charged against you and to what extent a reference to your Teller without Uny comment be. Scott. Under life g in. Of mine will inform How far you have pursued i Clinton save Gen. Sci a the Only reply he a similar course How Little of the gentleman could. He informed him thai he would old and How much of the hectoring bully you have his Challenge under advisement until ii Scott or. Payne and and All sudden was As suddenly observed. A shout of i laughter proceeded from the thronged pit its who bad been standing near effect was to cause the object of it to Loose All " i the Corporal observing my presence of mind. I could no longer suppress , attacked me Byyny agitation an audible groan escaped uie the re nil almost drugged me laughter became up Caiiou a and furious deprive i m Llie Wall near the ing me momentarily of reason. May thespis into Ilia Hole i was compelled forgive the in heroic deed in a paroxysm of r. l by Corporal ascended frenzy i precipitated from the pillar instantly Stairet of Lea Junuis 1 disc Iverd tin flying Tho seat of my discomfiture bul alas in Cir tic of i m theatre to the. Saloon endeavouring to effect a precipitate Retreat i in Irr Vui no Tho late to local a fantastic i online Nelly stumbled against the itself. Some dozen or two of 1 c re m Dingy no Jarl each waving a i Mii lius Carf. Were ranged vis a Trio Centre Pirouti cd and Gal i a clue planar us More slovenly More i r in a and More Din Gily attired than the sin wore a Short Nan keen skirt display Brown cents technically lorm i. And looked excessively duly. _. I Mccur s had dress consisted of a Coro was closed and the stage filled with irate off Luhcs her arms were Bare vials and curious inquirers while the conf i a Cerulean Colotel Scarf Sion was at us height i prudently escaped. In into a variety of mathematical forms. There was Brief time to Peel off my Black r i c wis Pale of Marble it looked As if it n chalked like the soles of her feet. Brother statue thus throwing this unfortunate Caryl tide also from his equilibrium and pausing him As suddenly As myself to vacate Post in a most undignified manner. The double catastrophe produced an indescribable sensation. Explosions of hisses and laughter greeted us Volley after Volley. We were assailed with curses nol loud but deep from the wings of the stage. In the midst of the the scene and once More attired in my customary apparel i hurried from the theatre nor did i return to Uio right face roared the corp Cave dec conv and to supers obeyed i. An evolution resembling the a 1 am Csc Mcnol of follow my ouch mar the general movement i i ii Lii in quadrille position with iut a but a tit lib faced lady for n Parl Nep i a Nikl collect myself i was thrown into a of in the course of Winch c cry now and then i perceived my fair part " r Livirt my Over me with her Scarf arched 5 no head and her voice angrily i in Nuht Bucec chm me to Bend Down on one knee in Whir i position i had to cover the de .0lj of a Cerf with my kisses. E continued to practice these Terpis Chorean naive tin no Al to Long a Lime Tomt i became lived Ray con my gallantry was oozes i wily Lor assuredly both were sorely tried resume the parts either As Drury Lane Knight or of Tell us not of others love it cannot sur pass that of a sister s. What can be purer than tier Carre ses what can be More heavenly than her smile the memory of a Sitter s kindness Ami the Concio Uneas of her affection have manifested. If nothing else would the Epa lets which Grace your shoulders should have dicta j Ted a different course and have admonished you that however Small Miffy have been your respect for another respect for yourself should have taught you the Neces shy of replying at least mildly to the inquiries i suggested and More especially should you have done this when your own constructions must have fixed you As guilty of the abominable dime of detraction of slander ing and behind his , a brother officer. But not Content with answering to what was pro posed your overweening vanity has led you to Jake an offering of your advice. Believe me sir it is not in my Power to Rem should Settle an unadjusted Dit Cul a Bot Viveen himself and one a. Woman a comparison. The National intelligencer is publishing a series of letters from a citizen of Washington vrho is travelling in the old world. In his last letter he thus compares the with those of his own country in my rumbles about the Village of Baalbek 1 was struck with the beamy of the children and extreme youthfulness of some of the Arab mothers. I saw several Young pc Miles not More than twelve or fou Feen years of age with babies in their arms evidently their Oun Anc Der you my thanks i think too highly of Pitej by Devil Pierce to have merited and received the official no entreaties could to return f for gallantry and Good conduct on the i his opinion quite beyond the Powers of All eld of Battle. The demons in the Buddhist self to suppose that 1 stand at All in Many of the women Are very Beautiful patriotism Odino nations and i cd lightly of you to appreciate a. a and Emp Mic endorsement of the clue of our army in Mexico in army composed of i of colonel King our candidate for vice presi Dent 1 can say emphatically that lie is one of i the purest the Best and the most sound judging statesmen i hive Ever known. He is a firm i enlightened unwavering Democrat and an Ami Able honorable and benevolent from the when yet n Youh. In 1812, As a member of the House of representatives he voted for the declaration of War against great Britain Notri the present hour his life presents one consistent and admirable portrait. As presi Dent of the Senate he is without a Superior and should it Ever be his Fate in any contingency to discharge the duties of president of the United states he will conduct the government with Wisdom sound discretion and enlightened Evany outside barbarian had left the neighbor Hood so Palpa ble a Mirillo 2? this b ing in them As useful. For Good advice i am always thankful bul never fail to spurn it when i know it to flow from an incompetent and corrupt source the breast where base and guilty Pas Sions dwell is not the place to look for virtue or anything that leads to virtue. My notions sir Are n of those now taught in modern schools and in fashionable Hish life they were imbibed in More so i think than either Thel circassian or i but Why should i insist upon the merits and the turkish women. It was quite enchanting i qualifications of our candidates their Nomi to see their Fine complexions dark eyebrows nation by the highest tribunal of the democratic party is the strongest presumptive evidence of heir Worth and ought to he sufficient of itself to rally to their support every True hearted and and faithful member of that party. As demo eyebrows and flashing eyes and for regularity and Deli Cacy of features 1 have Seldom seen them equal de except in Oiler parts of Syria. In Nazareth 1 saw some of the Best formed and most Beautiful women i have Ever seen in any a Dumitry i be Lieve it is noted As much for the Beauty of its been a Balm to our hearts in have cheered us in sickness every ill. Uliey and sorrow and absence they have been to us be acini of Hope an a happiness. And will continue with us thank god until we shall have done with the toils of Magazine. Or. Charles t. Jackson administered a Pound or. Falger s lion at South Boston and removed Hie claws during the Twenty minutes that the animal Lay insensible. Ancient hitherto have and yet Bear female population among tourists As for its his i interest. But at no place did i see what really thought approached Ilig perfection of Beauty in so High s degree a in Bethlehem. The women of Bethlehem an1 absolutely be witching. I never saw such perfect profiles such delicate Little hands and feet. Not that 1 mean to say that they Are at All to in All the higher attributes of Beauty to our own fair country women for that would be sacrilege there is nothing in the East or in Europe either or any where i have visited to compare with the ladies of Lahb Balti More and Washington. Talk of Parisan Beau ties j and vivacious they Are to be sure put not dignified not queenly not gentle an-1 modest talk of English beauties grand enough fair but not Graceful and stiff As ram. Italian Dull and Greasy. Florid. And but Tery. All Well enough in their Way but mesh Ella t it won t do to mention them in the came breath with american beauties. Me to the conclusion that he who can wantonly outrage the be Elma of another who without cause can extend injury where none is done is capable of any crime however deniable in its nature and will Navail to commit it. I shall not a Justi Scanion of my order before you or to notice the weakness and absurdities of your tinsel rhetoric u May be quite conclusive with yourself and i have in disposition to attempt convincing you Chat your ingenuity is not As profound As you have in Agmed in to my government whenever it May please i hold myself liable to answer and to pro Duce the reasons which prompted me to the course i took and to the inter meddling spies and pimps of. The War department who Are in the garb of gentlemen i hold myself responsible for Ance they May labour under on my account with whom you have my permission to number your self. For what i have said i offer no apology you have deserved it All and More were it necessary to say More. I will barely remark in conclusion punch s difficulty about miracles. As soon As the practice s in All his actions the Emileme Benevolence in to fesses in All his and the firs proof of it re is the Liuigi lords of poor prison prs now con fined or political hips in t Naples Rome As son i line Lisle Cathedral to be Buie dungeons of in Pope allows u in the Centre of Rome As we Aloi n roman Cathedral to be by tilt in Lue Imit it of London As soon is the i Bench Jup driven out of Rome and Llie Pope s body i ird consists of none but romans. Soon us Llie above Quad Dmary events Are accomplished we shall peller prepared to any in Way of Pic lures thut Wink or statues thai bleed or cab thai sneeze or anything they please for nothing Short of a Miracle Cin bring to pass the accomplishment of events so utterly improbable if Iii perfectly impossible. When Alliey Are to be amongst the Inot Slub Hirn believers in roman Catholic s bul nil then we must be allowed the heal Lily privilege of a Lille ral anal incredulity. Crafts we should always yield our personal pre Terence for men when great principles require the sacrifice. Man is but the Crew tire of a Day whilst principles Are eternal. The generations water Silliman closed a of men in succession Rise and fluctuate sink and i Are forgotten but the principles of democracy of progressive dam Cracy which we have in from our revolutionary will in Dine to bless nmn kind the our Hout All generations. As democrats we believe that not Only the Prosperity and glory of the country but even the preservation of our blessed Union depend upon a faithful Observance of these principles in the administration of the Federal government. And i ask in what manner that Ascendancy be secured but by a sacred adherence to regular nominations 1 this is the Only Bond which can unite consolidate and Render great which we Are All proud to be members. If As soldiers in the in Ilia of the democratic army we should desert line Good old cause of democracy because we might prefer a different Leader we shall then soon be come broken and disorganised and an ignominious defeat must be the inevitable consequence. Recent smithsonian lecture in Washington by giving the following sensible advice to Young men therefore you wish fora Clear mind Strong and quiet nerves and Jong life and Douer prolonged into old age permit line to Nav although i am not giving a temper Ance lecture avoids All drinks but water and mild of that fluid shun tobacco and opium and everything that., disturbs the moral state of the system rely upon food nitric Iowa and mild Dilusant drinks of which water is the basis and you will need nothing beyond these and duo moral regulations of All your Powers to give you Long Happy and use Ful lives Anil a Serene evening at the a country think be Tjit Columbus is not entitled to much credit for discovering America As the country is so Iarg-2 he could Tut Well have missed it

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