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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - July 22, 1840, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaIf not paid within the year half yearly in Advance or printed and published every Wellsborough Wei Al work. Inion Stab Pula r and High Ine of Gen. In and the shed with Queor on steel Fash fashionable and de for the piano Fen Ion single copies Iton Street new by the editors Ilc Ste inform their arrange Ted with this to h she will still a and constant lies companion ther quarters will enjoyment of her Holmes of bos fellow of Cam mrs. Ann Maria 11 hereafter con the ladies com steel in accompany each 7 titles and spin nil As heretofore cent and far us shed in any co Mei Ica. Fashions. Ilog fashions a ice months Jne and septem Anion contains a than any 1 in this country Rice is Only three great combination the year lied by any other a depart to f the ladies com a Large a has been looked i Crest by its Rea Cully the ladies is in the highest please. It will Jet of More than id to the professor Ision it is placed i of the Magazine ire than Ever de it Nance of every Las Ever been and the desire to have punted correctly in tent an equally be scarcely sex ors and All approx Ivill be liberally be i sign of the pub of his contributors s friends to make Inion distinguished Tracy of its Typo f and High tone of the Quality and and the unequalled i tonal embellish entirely new and expressly for the the Tuiofea opinions of the president. My it be per lies companion pm rement within tha letters and the or expense to Render the other extant. The ral testimonials of no Rory journal in ind m favor of Many the Atlantic have in undeniable Cairn Lanion to the Clup generally. There is its readers such a in subscriptions. Of accommodating assessing the ladies the same time not 16 three dollars has deter 1 copies at the office option Price 25 cents. Ung to Avail them can do so by apply Street. Ume twelve com love her no. From f subscribers Are sup in Advance or no subscription re i one year. He volume from 1839, can Befu Nieb Tion Price by apply All letters Wurt paid to win. In. Hilton Street new conditions. V Hie Tioga. Eagle is published every wednesday in the Borough of Wellsborough Cioffa co. A. The subscription Price is a year if paid in Advance or if not paid till the expiration of Tho year. No subscription received for a period than six months nor will any paper be discontinued until All arrearage Are paid but at the option of the publisher. Making not More than Ai quare will be inserted three for oni Dollar and for very it sequent intention Twenty five cents. charged in the Ampro portion Thoie weeding we and Thoie making no lines or three times for and is 3-4 every time after. The Price for one or three the same. A Liberal reduction to those who advertise by the year 17 looters relative to the business of the office and communications for the paper must be Post paid or they will not to attended to v. Oatave to our Lions. Official documents and other publications giving a connected View of or. Van Buren s conduct during the War As far As our space would permit. Labhu Otoji cite May 9, 1839. Dear in your letter of the me fornicate by them to the people. They Are fully set Forth in the following extract from a letter written in March whose Means of information were Corn Van Buren Wereb dissolved and never again How far the course of or. Van Burn in regard to the War was affected by his support of or. Clinton appear from the following summary of his conduct in the legislature and out to the stale be tween the United states and great Britian. I promptly respond to your the or Van Buret was elected in april 1812, a member of the Senate of his state by the republicans of the for the first time in november being the same session at which the presidential electors were appointed. Who acted with him after this the original draft of invade Ress was adopted and or. Van Byren was appointed chairman of the committee to wait up on governor Tomii Tahj to pm w when he would receive the Senate with their answer to his speech. Opinions of presi i extract from or. Fan Dunn s inaugural m a Recti. From the Ohio Ouk prospects. Never before had the democracy brighter p of specs. Every thing comes in Well for us. To one change against us we have three or four to from All quarters we hear the same cheering returns. Log Cabins hard cider and Coon skins disgust an Hon est and intelligent people. All want Taunow what Are Harrison s Princi know or. Van the real log Cabin yeomanry Are not to be made fools of by the display of a Chicken Coop. They cherish too dearly the Homes of their Wash Soto s enjoyment of the ludicrous. The assertion that this great Man never laughed must have Arisen from his perhaps his natural he had from Early youth conversant with Public men and employed in Public affaire Offe and death. He was not an austere Man either in appearance or manners but was Una fete Day Dio Mofied and habitually polite. But i remember during my Opportunity of Obaer Yine his deportment two instant i of unrestrained laughter. The first and Moat Moder ate at a ban Mil or anecdote from judge Peters then a member of dining the Jenral the second was on witness in a scene in front of or. Van Home s House which was As i recollect it sufficiently Lauglin provoking. Or. John Van Home was a Man of uncommon size and Bulkly withal. His hospitable Board required that Day As it often did a roasting pig in addition to Tho Many other substantial dishes which a a accession of guests civil and military put in requisition. A Black boy had been ordered to catch the porker and wast in Lull but unavailing Chase when the master and my Sefla Mcd from a walk. Pooh you awkward cur the Good natured Yeoman As he directed Cato or Plato Lor All the slaves were in those Days to exert in the nig did not choose to to cooked. Stand said Van Home and throwing off his coat and hat he under look the Chase determined to run Down the pig. His guests and his laugh at his exertions and the pig s manifold escapes. Shouts and laughter at length pro claimed the Success of the Chat eur mid while he held the pig up in Triumph the big drops Coo Reiners each other from forehead to Chin Over hit mahogany face glowing with the of jct of exercise1 amid the squealing of Ftp vie us the stentorian voice of Van Jilorne was Washington who Wilh his suite had Jet tool Tod their horse j into the court Yard unheard amidst the do of the Chase and the shouts of triumphant Success. The ludicrous Cipres a up Vire until november following. In of new York spoken of connects Republican members with the War. The document now transmitted will forbearance so Wise that in gulled by a base insult to them and their Moss grown dwellings and by Kins and or. Van Slature and before the people of the state of new York is the country deeply indebted for the vigorous and efficient support which was Given by that state to the War. It will be apparent from these Docu ments that every attempt to produce on the minds impression that or. Van Buren was unfriendly to the War or to its vigorous prosecution is is an act of injustice. I am with great respect your Humble servant Felix Grundy. To a. 0. P. Nicholson Columbia Tennessee. R or. Van Buren and the d Var Jim a t the annals of party warfare do not ton and who ultimately gave him the furnish an instance of such Persever vote of the state me Miu Stice As that which has been prod towards or. Van Buren in of who relation to the part he took in the War or. Clit of As a strength in the two houses nearly one Hundred. Of this number eighty seven met in convention on the 29th of May in 1812, and unanimously nominated or. Clinton who on being informed of the nomination accepted it. Or. Van Buren was not then a member nor was he in any with those proceed he however concurred in the propriety of supporting the nomination thus made and accepted and at the ses Sion of the legislature held in novem Ber 1812, in conjunction with a majority of the Republican members of each Branch he took a decided part in in respect to them were matured. Committees Here appointed to prepare tie answer d majority of whom would i was supposed be most Able and Wil fing to present faithfully the views of the majority of their respective houses and the strongest Man of the majority was usually selected to offer a Subi tute. Although this was or. Van Buren s first appearance in any legislative body he being with perhaps a single exception the youngest Man that had up to that time been elected to the Senate he was placed upon the committee and prepared and reported the answer to the governor s speech. The other members of the committee patriotism of their course it is evidence not to be mistaken that an adherence to it can prevent All Embarrass Innel from this As Well As from every other anticipated cause of difficulty Orl danger have events Mace it obvious to that the least from this spot of forebear Ance is injurious to every interest that of humanity amidst the violence of existing passions this and fraternal feeling has been do elites disregarded and standing As i now do before my countrymen in this Hijji place of Honor no the time of this foolery has gone by. From every state there is the most cheering intelligence and before november next what an awful rebuke will Roll Back upon the offending Heads of the pres ent Conte ners of popular rights and popular intelligence the people will eternal vigilance is the Price of and of Trust Bol me Isaic. The republicans of the legislature brought cd latter having a proceeding elec lion the Federal candidate for govern or attains d. D Tompkins. The answer agreed upon and reported by or. Refrain from nov fellow citizens it dictates. Per new action the deep in a beginning to sex duty fully the pig redoubled his to escape by mrk ing and squirt King produced As Hearty a burst of laughter irom the dignified Washington As any hat Hook the Side of the Tulgar Spectator of the scene. New _ Indian tra cing lines on his face with red Lars in these Shin plaster ing for Nevis in some of the horse blankets. Music child crying for us Mamma in the theatre. Politician drawing a frightful picture of irretrievable rum unless his party succeeds. Watchman raising a bump on a Man s head mistaking it for the curb Stone. Antics of peas on a hat shovel. Eclipse through smoked in. Bad trying to put a Stop to a woman s Tongue when she is excited. The people Are truly capable of self address this is More than can be said of Gen. Harrison. More you me the firmer i am As the Nai said to the Hammer. Tippecanoe club has been formed in com posed entirely of ladies times May bring new interests and May display every wonderful variety the impression of Home Sweet and the Happy innocent Days of childhood can never be Effa ced. As a drop of water moves on the Leaf of the or More Slippery is human life the company of the virtuous endure Here but a moment it the vehicle to Bear thee Over land and by sir Wai. Jones from the sanskrit. Whilst in new York and themselves nominated uts be sect drawn from the most authentic wards her. Sources is continued in the following in regard to or. Van Buren t i no in narrative. Many additional and was peculiarly the Case. Mere was most missive circumstances might probably no person in the state of in have been detailed but Are milled in own age who had Given a More e part ant Public document necessarily period of unlit Isumir Van Buren s conduct Dur parties in the county of his residence ring be War that lays at the Bottom of might be appealed As witnesses on the Doo Ulanov he a. Ever since Dos this Point. He was an open and Deci the democracy of new ded advocate of All the Strong measures York it a been owing Jit and to proposed against great Britian during the consistency of his subsequent course the session of Congress of hat he has enjoyed Theresa rouble the War included. Having been born Good having always been and reared in the without a his own been from july 1812 unto alter receiving their successive nominations the peace an inmate of his or Public stations after his first enable speak on France Iulo Public life with invariable personal knowledge. No Man of Char comments upon Tho sub Acter acquainted h be and tres is Fiort is aass Hethe Reader s attention shows that to the Justice of the War or the exp the part taken by or. Van Buren in of engaging m to at the it s r. N ref fists waste Good Tunne to occupy in the federalists a the poli ucal party at he North on to in which he then resided whicklhe6ovepcnmyenthadto rely for course pursued by or. Van by towards. Indeed it has Ren in to the nomination of withdrawn nor the or. Clint for the presidency has commencement of Post owl career been much relied onto support the to the present Day. Occasional de the following sentiments to Hii excellency Daniel d. Tompkins governor of the state of new York the Senate fully concur with your excellency in the sentiment that like the present when our engaged in War with one of Wei Ful of the nations of eur i difference of opinion on abstract should not be suffered to in a or prevent a United and Vig Orous support of the constituted for away i Trust that1 be intelligence of the peo ple. It is a great Benefit of our free Tut ions that they serve to awaken and bring into exercise the nations mind says Channing and Friend of humanity thinks. But the whigs in their present contest for Power act up on the base presumption that the peo Sti Lutious an that they Are incapable of of a Man to the party purposes v in the path before med that if the desire try men who were the Are neither founded in in coun Wisdom nor guided by Public virtue to my they Hope to succeed by exciting go into prejudices and raising an enthusiastic chair the inflexible if Rehng through Hartjr cries Ery a Empi on _. Fat the present time lust convince them sed with a conviction Hal in the breast 06the real Patriot All individual considerations and feelings should be Adsorb a Paramount regard for his coun welfare the Senate will cheerfully firmly unite their exertions with those of the other departments of the govern men to apply the energies of the stale to a vigorous prosecution of the War until the necessity of its fur ther continuance shall be Supe need by an honorable peace the Only legitimate object of War. The different objects submitted to the consideration of the Senate by your excellency shall receive their Early prompt attention and believing As they do that respect for the memory of the Soldier whose life is sacrificed in the service of his country and to make provisions for his destitute family is the duty of All governments and especially of a government like ours in which More than any other the Char acted of the Patriot is United with that of the sold Ider the situation of the fam Ilies of the officers and soldiers of the militia of who have fallen or been disabled in the Battle of Queens town shall receive the seasonable Auen Tion of the Senate and be disposed of by them in such manner As shall in their judgment Besl comport with the Honor and Justice of the state. Judge Plait offered a substitute for this which pored the unwise and improvident exercise of Power which has thus wit v out preparation and without necessity plunged our country into War with one of the most powerful nations of the that the unqualified claim upon the state legislature and up on our citizens to Subserve the National by voluntary exertions and sup plies the her that will be wisely or unwisely directed is a claim of question Able right and equivocal this substitute was rejected by or. Sist the slightest Init reference with it upon the ignorance of the people in the stalls f i sub walk into the workshop of the Mechan melted also to my citizens with in or into the Harvest Fields of the far 1 frankness the reasons Mer and they will find that by the they have been air Over and Are confided in by a a of the people of the United states including those whom they most immediately it now Only remains to i add that no Bill conflicting with views can Ever receive Coslit Lional Sanc Tion. These opinions have been adopted in the firm belief that they Are in that actuated the venerated fat of he Republic and that succeed if experience has of a Titko in just. If the agitation of this us Hect was intended to reach the Stabi Ity of our ins Lillions enough has occurred o show thai it has signally failed and hat in this As in every other apprehensions of the time and Ftp peso the wicked for the destruction our government Are again destined be disappointed. Here and scenes of dangerous excitement ave occurred terrifying instances of i Cal violence have Beeh witnessed sine i a reckless disregard of the of their con Duel has exposed individuals to popu Lar indignation but Heiller masses of the people nor Seel ions of the country have been ser Redli from their Devo Tion to the Bond of the Union and the principles it had Mirte sacred. It will Ever thus. Susji Alle pts at Dange Rous agitations Reav periodically return Tut with each tie object will be belter understood. Predominating affection for our system which prevails territorial Lim its hat Calm and enlightened judgment which ultimate y governs our people As one vast bouy will always be at be questions and through j an Hoefft though Brief expression of their opinions give ample testimony that their minds have not been left unproved or thai they Jannot reason. How vain then is the attempt of the whigs to elect their candidate through a burst of popular enthusiasm when he is so destitute of popular principles his White slavery Law Ana his approval of another Law requiring Possession of 50 acres of land As the qualification for an elector Render him unworthy of being placed in the presidential chair of a re publican a Gaz. The right material. The Boston Post says the late democratic convention held at Taunton was co posed of Hundred Hundred mechanics three Cus Tom House manufacturer traders and not Bank officer or Speel Tor. E Pray in what respect is general Harrison like hard All we know is that be runs Prentice no it s because he is so much More talked about than of the times. Is it it because his friends think he should be kept tight to be of any ser vice and the people Don want to Silow him even at Dan. The hone s motto is Down Bill me up Hill indulge me on level path me in the ate but to it i. I spa Jarl

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