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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 5, 1844, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaF i i _ r Icil Liin the so if not a payable half Jol. . 41. Martin Van Buren 0m the Texas question. C o n Clu d de return now to the quest Ion condition of the contest Melwee Ami Mexico for the Sovereign it former far changed As to Ren Alliese inapplicable is the attitude which these j at this moment occupy to Pya la Oliver War or not Ivy cannot evade. In lotion if we would. To enumerate h circumstances upon like this would we impracticable nor is it necessary f i. To the parties themselves fould seem to be no misunderstand it g the subject. Mexico ice san in her avowal As Well 1 Rovern men As to others of the co Tinhuan Cclif the War and of her Ditc Anition to prosecute in. How do her position in respect pc War with Mexico three be sirs Wise Qwens to our recognition of her trend once we find her entering Klip ution with a foreign power1 inc Chi of her mediation to bring a cession of Between her Aad Max co dicing 10 assume a Mill Jpn elms of Llie debt due from Mexico if through her i11" Nonence obtained from Mexico an in lifflile.1 truce in respect to the War thei a Between her and Texis contest i As we unde United St Garden As we to really Stan Eye of an and the a different if even Vav i of any whether i Peate should an place a v to presen event the from the by the a How does caused us o and i Nial and Elf cons hat can Ion to i an act of Stales a ing. Pro Texas except presiden to the m lion can replied ii. If do month and a treaty of peace in six ablate As lest june we see proclaim tin of the president of Iveas he daring a sip Enron of hostilities Aeveen the Uvo Powers during the Denv of Nenolia icons to be entered them on the slip position that a similar proc Lama Ion it Chi be issued by Mexico and ill arc now Only suspended by an to be continued of a Senfu j and Short period for the of involution. Norare our own Point ims esp Ifft. In the publish to Klimt of the late secret a of Siale to Llie mexican Al Washington Fri Jun a december j Asl he says have Al Joseil Sirice decl ired her inde Penisoni e. Wiiri air nil thai Mexico a Isi Arteil her Riihl of j die i Ion and if Niti in Ion Over i hit con Aii l end Avord o enforce i in Ilia Prusi dirndl x Messa i try by to confess in is that the which Han existed i or so Long a tin us Eft Mexico the Bailie us Sun Jac into coi the Moil part of predatory incur Winch Wilile they have been att Wii i of suffering in i Divi Anil kept the Borders of the two tries in 3 slate of constant alarm. Futile in in approach to any Deu and after commenting ii Ruih upon the in Mimenos which Mexico h War i be in Csc for need urls. Have in lie with k of i fit i oui for the subjection of Texas of time which has e lapsed the latter declared her inc Epen the perseverance standing in plans of Reconquest by her refusal to acknowledge Independence of Texas and n the evils of Border warfare the message the United Stales have in in Ledinic Inu Iest in St eing Ari end Pill of Strete of Hoshii Liticea Between Mexico uni Texas fallowing up the remark j forcible remonstrance Iiga inst tie continuance of the War and ill very and impressive mat ement of the basins Why it should cease. Is in my opinion finitely just and perfectly proper. Rem of the United slates should be at All times ready to interpose its Good of lists to bring about a As practicable a satisfy Etory in of this Long pending controversy its whole info settee should be exerted constantly zealously and in got d Faight Advance so desirable and the process of Lime it can without doubt be accomplished. Bat what my dear the True and undisguised of the remedy for Heie to w hich would be applied by t to annexation of Texas to thai United Yah u is More or less than say Hafl ing to Mexico we feel o urse ves age to grieved by the continuance of this War Between you and Texas we have an interest in seeing it we w do accomplish that object b or taking the disputed territory to ourselves we will make Texas a part of the p United states so thai those plans of Reconquest which we know you Are maturing to of Wace Safui must be made Sta against the Power that we can bring into the adjust explant found pression not be Penrlene Lope of should demons part has declare Llinat coi i friends instead by of v assume neither upon 1 Ilion Forth penalty tempt certain vowed but Mienl d of her in Erci Wilh l knows Don this g not to this a rih their Culiar but i jul clan Langu better lists aside time action be in the t son. Mela in state exec the Justi then now cons deep Char in til ills to Ftp sho1 if 11 to ing fre be go do wire m Wellsboro Otth wednesday june 5, 1844, he War is to be1 continued stand to be your design the 2s Are henceforth to be Rene of the look Al this matter As it s we shall act under the Tell Igent observing world lir cannot be Wear from what it deserves had the disposition which i to throw Over and. We Stoulil consider Are Fasany the to be preserved immediate annexation take the improbable Mexico will be deterred other prosecution of the War ire Hension of our hat matter stand she a 0 be informed both at mexi 3, in a manner the most for Lemn that will feel her lined by every consideration fluence the conduct of a a the fact of annexation Asar on the part of the United that she will Nowith Stancl cute her attempts to regain of share however taken by the and i think very justly taken Iner in which this determine Een announced. The mexi a men should certainly have a becoming spirit to ours for ins of its intention. If its government under the in hat it might lying Imie had abandoned All serious re conquering Texas Mexico be assured is of our error and ated against our 1 on that erroneous a a Sumpton if it pleased but in thous and respectful manner alone suited to the Intercourse nations who profess to he is determination to oppose us. If taking a course the a Oprie Ich was so obvious she first upon grounds which were should act i fairs were in then recurs not avoid to mediate Anh the direction my bands. Of publi1" of he que Liton if As sen Ible Nen we can e conclusion that the in of Texa All human probability draw after u a War with Mexico can it be expedient to attempt it of the consequences of such a War the characters would in censors speak. If our sympathies could induce a de Parl re from a policy which has so much in ills crate it and such advantages to recommend its continuance they would doubtless Iraq is he made to assume the entanglements with other nation which the position of a ii Lily draws. After0 it an i the undoubted injuries. Which might be inflicted tue. Great to limit respective forces i will not say a word. God forbid that in american citizen Shoi id Erer Codoni the Cost of an Appeal to w iat is appropriately denominated the last resort of nations when Ever that resort becomes necessary either for lie safety or to vindicate the Honor of Lis country. P Here is i Trust not o be so base As not to regard himself and All he has Tio be forever and at All tines subject to Inch a requisition. But would a War with Mexico brought or. Under such circumstances be Contes of thai character could we Hope to stand perfectly justified in the eyes of Mankind for entering into it More elsewhere Aji j Haf at this very moment and special causes assumed in some Quad lers 4he most Labid should not every one then who sincerely loves his country who vet crates us time honoured and glorious institutions dwells with Pride and Delight on associations connected our Rise Progress and pee Send the steady step with which we have advanced to our present in despite of the hostility and in contempt of the bitter reviling of the ii emits of Freedom in All paits of the and that deeply whether we would not by the immediate weapon Sion of this question were once citizens of the United Stales and have still their relatives and friends amongst us. I am not unaware of the Hazard to which i. Expose my standing with the latter in speaking thus unreservedly upon a Point so Well calculated to sex feelings. This is perhaps More particularly applicable to that portion of my of whom t was aptly and appropriately said by one of their own number that they Are the children of the Sunland partake of its yet whether we tand or fall in the estimation of our countrymen ills always Irue Wisdom As Well As True morality to hold fast to the truth. It is moreover a Consola Tion to know thai in to nourish enthusiasm b one of the effects of a genial climate it Al the same time Seldom fails t6 give birth to a chivalrous spirit which will not permit itself to be out done in the extent or sincerity of us sacrifices at the shrine of to preserve our National Escutcheon untarnished has consequently it re Liance can be placed upon our Public to control their action nor do othe governments exercise any such right i i similar eases. For the suppression of armed Here against a nation with which we Are at peace the provisions of of r la w s Are ample. But of the difficulties c f enforcing them with a Frontier and be braid like those which open our con Munican ten with Texas no sensible and Well informed mind can be ignorant. For the voluntary action four go r Ern ment in regard to the subject of a i negation we can have no such exp i nation to give. The acquisition of o a territory by Means which Are of questionable propriety would he i a departure from those just principles upon which this government a sever acted and which have excited the f r see the Whitti is claimed to exist be tween the two cases. Bat if it were even and. Hauhe Able men who apse respective periods at the of the govern ment under Strong convictions of the or spoil Ancie of the acquisition of Texas lathe a noted i so fat precipitated their measures for the of that angered the Good Faith and Pacific relations of the United slates which i do movement if h is not right in i it migration and secured the respect of in dispassionate and enlightened friends of Freedom throughout the world. Am very sure wet we1 shall All end so act upon this subject As to put out of the Power of the natural Ere Mies of Republican institutions to a any plausible charge of infidelity to avowed principles in respect to it. One was More deeply sensible of ble of justification on Oiher a founds. Byno Means contend that a formal recognition of the Texas by to justify As in assenting to United states. Tinie and work such a change in the relations Between Coon Ries Render an act of that character on the part of Mexico unnecessary and unimportant. What i mean to say is that from All the information i have to acquire upon the subject no change he yet la Ken place in those relations that would make the objections which l have Here detailed in. Applicable. R it is said also that if Texas is not acquired now the Opportunity will be forever some othe Power will acquire if deed sprue of the Day have gone so the text minister is already of failure Here to proceed with full authority for the accomplishment of that object we inns forget that besides great Public consider turn so there Are extensive private interests involved in this matter and we May therefore Well be distrustful of the thousand rumours which Are from Day to
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