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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - June 17, 1852, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaA. 44. A graphical. _ Gen. Fkan Kun Pierce candidate for the Ujj Hole Avo. Lee nth raised in Ohio and Wisconsin. R i no posted to this office and the the following Lioja Rophy of our no Dit a generals appointed at the same time he was t president principally in the sow York h Ronld. Franklin 1 i orc Llic nominee of Liloria in inn Chilic convention for the presi no. I n Benjamin Pierce who h he1. I Uli onary War was High county of i Lilly Borough in new hid also governor of the state in i i 1- was to in in min Cully Dis ins Strung and practical common to i Thomas Marshall Joseph la Georgre Cadwal Lucr Enos d cubing and Sterling Price. He was superintendent of the recruiting service and took an Active part in raising the troops. Previous 10 his leaving Concord an incident occurred that is worthy of mention As showing remarks of Hon. Ii. A. Grow of Pei Iii a or treating the men. He also by his influence or purse procured them free passages by the rail i Road. He sent Money to Many old soldiers. J on returning to Concord he his practice flaw and has been in private life Ever i since though he continued to work for the i Leing in of the whole j democratic party he never sought nor a state of the onion on the Indian approx copied an office unless o be in Wlinich he if it be a Wise nurse ii _ ten Jall cases Ard obviate the necessity of course in this necessity of con Ria Lions As to. The details of a Law vet there has been no disposition manifested in slav to reopen filled his life. He per 1-ie is married into a whig and sail aristocratic map Lily and his three Eligil Dreili. I Afler the incl Lwrence of he i 1110 Iii ice urdu ruin rec the Man Captain j is a thorough Democrat of the Virginia of i the oui Estrad Bill it was not my l a Iii by Xirui that a Cote. I Vanl was at then and at the time fits Futlick was in annual the i lir. Of pm . Tin arc ditto Illus Ilio Al crying Worth of in a Vhill la ii its 18 he tin try is Well As y Winch inspired the Ruvo re vie in. R. Fri Era i i f spelled. n of w in u word than Len word mind the governor Liow do Ini i rank with s of rtt i it inn Way to reply at l u Trio i i Tillo i . Ulicy Gotlif a me but Noii 1 come id i Call a poll Tii l in Thea tire of a in i rom in War Oliy scion of i hat in , new ii nov a bit fury six years of shows that he was nut asleep lie joined Coll s army at Puebla in. July 1847 he was engaged in the Balile of Contreras and churn , m August 1847. He was twice injured in these actions by falling from his hone. But let us go somewhat into detail from the time he set from Newport in like bark Kop Ler. Many of the troops on Board having become pies and measures which recounts his being brought Forward As a candidate for president by the Virginia delegation in the con Jons were almost unan. New Hampshire dem mention which assembled it january lust we acknowledge with Pride ing and efficient support of. Pierce to democratic Princi j pies and the democratic party and that we pre sent his name to the people of the nation is our i Why on account of his , j his eminent Public services his tried patriotism and statesmanship of a High place among the i names of the eminent citizens who will be Chi spic Sously before the National Democrat in con to assemble at Baltimore on the 1st Day i us n to trespass Man who opposed the measures of because there is not entire unanimity of Semi ment in regard to All the provisions of a Law is thai any reason for declaring it a finality Ulun by such a declaration you in effect declare it not to be susceptible of improvement by i mining the companions in up turn and kindness to his Brave arms. On arriving at veni every Dollar he had to them and Jie was Freud ii ily seen carrying n wearied or sick Soldier on his own shoulder. He did not enjoy himself in that climate. He. Was very shortly after he arrived and continued More Orli i c less ill during the time but was still at his y the of our revolutionary with unfair Cine Zeal. I with a fixed determination he patience of the House but n quest Iii has sen forced upon which i no in willing to Yousuf Uuie i improvement by any pass by in silence being the first of iteration or amendment and you must Iro be porn Unity that i could be permitted to speak Ore the american people and defend in to the Rnic Jer the rules this occasion to say what j ast Cross of a Dot of an As the l should much prefer to have Suid on its Intro i Ai Eli in of Umsu Tiv Wisdom by a i resolve you to place an a of is Otrie weeks since resolutions passed this i. Above Trio Constitution itself. For that is Upen House Compromise n in Lity. I i " u11 to alteration and amendment Anil voted sir against their introduction in any i orm j Ivl Ere is the Man upon this floor thai would Vole and against Rhem on their final , for Rea to sri Kun it the clause in that instrument which sons stated in the resolutions themselves that i1 provides fur und declare it a regarded any further these questions finality 1 vet there Are a Liy demanding of at uns Tynio As useless and unnecessary and i National conventions of their respective Parry to do when the members assembled would w to take the statutes of. Their predecessors and final settlement of fully i repeat modify or Amend Ireca Teu As useless unnecessary and is the reason for Exie Laws relating ii slavery from every 01 for incl of legislation is the danger so Ini Mii Tait that it was for us Ai this Lime to the practice of the government and a theory of legation 1 almost two years have elapsed since this Law was passed and during Taftt time it has been in the hands of Lviv courts and the people and by them enforced and maintained. Acid is not i hat enough of the i idly Obj cd of the resolves was the enforcement of the law1, i take would be sufficient. Lilt whate ver the reasons or motives May a v. Ith interested politicians it is not for me to la has been urged that necessary to pass these resolutions and incorporate the m into Tho being not one Bill Imore convention und that the democracy of the Granite state will be fou Zidin the coming where they have Ever been by with their democratic Brethren of the other stages fighting manfully under the Broad Rieti i Banner and having no local or sectional prejudices to consult will contend Sion on ones Ide of a question is not while discussion on the other is i could see no Benefit Likely to accrue to the country from their passage. The Only result to my mind would be again this whole agitation and make it an element in the next. Or. Sido Tiai election. An of min which if the proceedings of this House for this last two in Ohms is to Bei taken As in , will be fully verified. It is bit raking open an d fanning into a flame coals which if left alone soon have gathered cinders to cover themselves. Wore passed almost two years Tor that very Purpuse and is it still in Daggett l to -.vh, i be in the same danger a year hence even though i re enacted now most we had been told it the North and believed it to be True that the Penolo of the youth were opposed to any and All agitation Hereof the sub j it of slavery and we had noticed in the Pii i Creed in reference to a Law enacted under the these acis Constitution. The democracy of the country is tool Rifki Banner which has waved in Triumph for almost half n Century the Emblem lation. Of the country is it All times and under All to the control of a majority of the american people and to in of this Union or. Asks Ottiss of tuft ass Hie democratic hereto ire Lor Twenty Days might be the Means of Canty is the birth place of sri n Hun. Din ii l tin. Olizi k by it l Jon Ord is , size perfect of in the Home Iteld Wilh i dr.1 in la Tinis Hile a Yoiiro. Niau v to it Vlad i pm r of the of suite i in lower t.-. While a Nietin r i in of Itepre-1-Ninlives-, in Cun Vas ered a in Trier of the or i1re r the term of Siv year i. Coin u resigned in the ii Cir ins term Anil resumed to the prac . Hib a Lii gun in the United , from was Henry we i wind Tinclee Lod by the late Levi 1 if we of general Pierce were in air it their names were Benjamin Livan. The Lale general John Mcneil a Van portly alter the train was ago in attacked by at the National Bridge which was barricaded with chup Parel. The troops were re e. Ruled fired upon und two bullets passed thro Virrl Gen 1 Pierce s lint not his head. He ordered his troops to dash Over the barricade and to cd the enemy. Captain Dii Palau of the Onar Edip the Lull and put the guerillas i arge Anil generous Confidence so Miil sled to Nie by the people Fionte Ami Al though the object indicia voted in the Resolution having particular reference to myself be idiot one of desire on my part this expression is not on that aces int the . Doubtless the spontaneous and Justin Precia they find themselves on the eve of another wild sectional controversy the same thai the Hist Congress spent nine months in Cottis Ronnii Ini to sleep. What fanatic has again opened i his. Era on which tar r Public bus hitherto tottered is that Lias now raised hand to fire lir Temple of Liberty 1 on the in producers of this agitation into Toliese in _ legislator and sagacious states Man to adapt lavas to the habit and Chara Over of the people they Are to govern and to a Tings him with their Chang in wants and Circum stances. Who sir in had any idea a even Light. Under All these circumstances he Dis l on people in the Beste archly play i a be Pluess courage to imbed he Earnest and cheerful services Ren it fur coins Naiad. I dered to Osif s slate and country and while it. When he reached Contreras he met general is a Nattel of unfeigned regret that my life has of Cott and under him engaged in the Balile fever hold tie re. There was a deep Ravine Between live Lola and b Millir tributes among my most c her United states troops and the mexicans. The Reci la Calion ii. Enemy was drawn up at the other Side m Battle Lluese my sincere and grateful Nch nov array and with his batteries All til aced the Leila mints i desire to add that the same to d a order to charge and outflank them lives wllicl1 several years ago to i Tennessee or. And in charging Down tie round shot of the enemy error Public life. And which since thai on. In Hrat _ the session into the other Wilt when be. But a mockery to Man in his out example of lib m ins wildest dreams that the Loney Lur w hich Eric s in this government and had then but just risen on the Plains of Bap Arm a and Stout heart battling Cinto would ten years be blended with Lor the conscious rights of tin a mexican Constellation t or who. In 1c15 May the crushed and Down i Tii led it i he Battle of Lundy s Lane i a Bister of Gen. Pierce. Gen. P. Is n Unn and his wife i still living. A the round shot of the enemy their beads and Plo Shinz to i time a Senate it he Achi in was flying Mer their beads and Plou Ahin up time Llave my judgment in this re the ground. General Pierce Thern specs now to say that the use of my with his sword would say there boys is a attn in any before the democratic a game of Ball for in Tai Scharney Bis horse tonal at Baltimore to which you fell and rolled upon him. To was in i Are a would be utterly repugnant to Wing of this Capitol by a missis before a Book the subject of the United states has lost its Novelty those Stales have out grown the descriptions which it Lini self i though the youngest Jared and the Herst was disabled. Huim of in a manner another horse and joined the favor and pm personal favor int great pain nil night and could not sleep the Ili whom was associated the Edmira j surgeon ordered him not to go into the Field next Day. night they had lain in arms i i and the ram was terrible and the surgeon adv i sed to go Back to san where there was a depot but he would riot. To determined to go on to Cherubusco. At a charge in this Bailie both his brigade he mounted my tall a i am Wilh the highest he respect e3 eem your Friend Frank. Pie1j.ce. Hon. Chas. G. Al Herlon Nashville n. H. We take the following extract from Orie of feeling of opposition in portions of the North to the Laws of the Paris of the Compromise which Means the Fugi. I eds and persians unchanged jul approbation of his constituency and a no ii the orators of the nation. Or. 1 circe Bis always been distinguished at tar fervid and impressive eloquence and to inuit cd n personal popularity for that Rea Hira less and Universal than which Everyll of i Tii to ill annuity which attend his inter horse with such Valence that lie failed in i ctr seems to have been formed for the quiet i one or course with ail of society. Field. Afterwards when the troops coming up i of 5 though her woman s i even Eller his retirement Marks wanted to raise him he told them to charge of ii i when she saw Young Harry everywhere to him by Rea and that of general Shields were ordered to get popular miners Ami the universal., in rear. He was again thrown from his col. Forney s y published in the do you know that mrs. Henry Man eloquent held it to Bis lips for a few Sec. Ones and said with Mournful pathos the per fume is almost but not so. With his Fame. It is nut in accordance with the spirit of our institutions nor with the True ideas of american Progress. It Mav o e armistice unless the Castle of was l be toilsome journey from Given up As a Security and there was no use in i Ninfi Slie remains As it were a watcher proposing an armistice unless they were Ore t new s i a few Days ago she sent of Flowers but when they reached Here they were Frame will decay but his be forgotten. Of him i that great history will and Othia place in the regard of men in the dim future it May Well be said you May break you May ruin the vase if you m that kind of treatment in any in moral or political maladies which require quiet and repose for their remedy. But the first duty of the physician and the great secret of is that he risk holy understands the but the scent of the roses will ban round it Mech the celebrated razor strop Man of Lon Don is now one of the most ardent of agric Tiller tour Ceme Mcd the Union of North and Southland he its and irritates one Hundred and seventy acres hoped they would be forever United. Nine of land by Means of subterranean pipes worked cheers were then Given for the Palmetto regi by steam Power. Palmetto regi ment which were loudly responded to and the we notice the death of sir Grey same compliment was returned by the Caroli i he. Was born Iny Irginia in 1771, to which state in urls to Tulp nil Una i Tita 1_ -.1. It his ancestors Well. Emigrated in the time of Crown after this Battle he resigned his commission and Jenme Home having done enough to redeem Robert Owen has reached his 83d year and is ins pledge and maintain the Honor of his in Good health. V r no Man. That Man was j j Jf-1 him Solfi but to will not take of. Ransom. But he must take to Cabinet. Was Oft Rcd the co Civ of the England regiment waa try. The state of his health continued very bad All the time he was in Mexico. He was an the Best terms with general Scott his present rival for the presidency and general Scott often invited him to dinner. He was idolized by the under Liis command. When the War was All Over he did not get into a quarrel with the other general As to who had done most or least. He was modest and silent about his own deserts a demo Saqui now dancing on the tight rope at the hippodrome Paris is 75 years of Atte. George Stephenson the father of the English railway system worked for two Raj Uvil Moum. I bound Lorient of the master to Pur All the whalers at Honor believe in the sue and peaceably retake his slave wherever he disease of his patient before he administers me Dicine. Men talk Here As if the Northern mind was disloyal to the Constitution and faithless to the guarantees of the compact. Almost the entire argument made some time since by the gentle Man from . Stephens and Muehlof that made a Day or two since by the gentleman from Virginia or. Was based of this Assumption deduced from the fact that All of the provisions of the fugitive slave Law do nol Meel the approbation of the entire North., but sir with Hern a nil there an individual exception the men of the North Are Loyal to the Constitution and i undertake to say in their behalf that All the guarantees entered into by their fathers will be faithfully observed by their Chil Dren. Though in May not be proper for a representative on this floor to attempt to speak the sentiments of any others than those whom he is delegated to represent yet i have no hesitancy in saying that the entire North in the confessed thai he once clause of the Constitution relative to persons since n Day at a pit Mouth. I bound to service the right of the master to Pur safely of sir John Franklin. The Esqui Maux go from the Asiatic continent and Back con stantly. Can find him and that a Large majority of All parties believe Hal thai clause gives to con Gress Power to legislate on subject. But Tion. I follow in no Standard Hung with tie Moss coated and exploded i Pories of a by gone age. Banner that beckons me Onward must Bear on its folds the inscription in the language of one the purest of american Ltd the jail past Ivury its in Tho living Harl will Iii and Gui o or head. I would leave All Laws on the statute Book not requiring immediate alteration to time and the Wisdom of those who May come after us to make such changes if any., As and condition of the people at the time May require without any attempt to invest them with an extra dignity or sacredness by repeated enact ments. Nor am 1 willing that the Lime of Congress or any other legislative Boily should be consumed in endorsing or re enacting Laws already on the statute Book. It is enough Tor us to enact Laws and let us attend to our appropriate duties and when they Are performed return to our Homes. Leave party tests party platforms am president making to the people who alone Are i competent to dispose of them. If in enactment of the Law making Power has not virtue enough in itself to commend it to the support of the people if it has not vitality enough to enforce itself by Means of the judiciary i no friable to see How a re enactment by the same body can in part greater vigor or More vitality. Why should not an enactment of two Hundred and thirty three representatives in the thirty first Congress be As binding on the con sciences of men and the obligations of courts As an enactment of two Hundred and thirty three representatives from the same districts in the is it the business of a legislative body to re enact the enactments of its predecessors it May repeal modify or Amend but it is n new doctrine to me that nov Law is More efficient by two enactments by the same legislative body than by one. But if that be the Case Are there no Laws on your Book that need our endorsement save the Laws relating to slavery Are they privileged go , hereafter at the opening of each Congress the statutes on that subject Are to introduced and each member called upon to endorse the Wisdom of his predecessors and sweat fealty to legging no s Superior hut their god and no distinctions but those of moral arid intellectual Worth. These mule missives far More potent in shivering the throne than bristling Cannon or armed busts find their Way to the cottage and tue Hamlet Awakening in the. Masses of the Downtrodden a spirit that sooner or later exiles the tyrant. It is an influence that reaches to the heart of an Empire and the Citadel of its Power. Bui if Ever the starry Banner of this Union shall cease to float the Emblem of uni Ted conf Curacy the. Last Hope of the 6ppressed will go out in darkness and despair and a pall of Bibl Naglit gloom will of r his future if Lorn by inc Loii and strife Lull rent and dismembered. It will be tha Knell of Man s political rights uie death of Liberty on Earth. The american is then bound to Union nonself devoted victim Curtins like to leap into the yawning a Gulf. The Titan Arm Outrie Arneri can people will close up the chasm and permit tie to pass. For almost three quarters of a Century this Union All shocks of violence from without or commotions . And what sirs there in the present juncture of affairs requiring a new parly or a new organization

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