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7te broko, -Pressed by debts and fmbarrss
tblftt tlUrefthe cwtotry, jwhile we prty -for
6ummMire u restore credit, and give renew.
vitalMr to'businpM were once told we
exacted loo much frorGoveroment,nd most
like care of ourselves-bot now. we are invited
l0 reduce the value of oar labwr tod property to
: 'continental frirope-to give my ne r uouc
lT4dj:o the .Western States and farrusb the
( : , Prisidant a f landing array of 100,009; men, and
all will yet be' well, and oor complaiots be .do
- riote beard Indeed, if Ibese things are conce
' ded totbe President;iEM)r complaints majbesap;
pressed although our distresses will increase.
Tbbse who expect relief from this Administra
tibnj will; indeed, expect noomoch. tel at,
therefore, be tree to ourselves, and like oor fa
thers in the Revolotion, strike boldly for our
"owl deliverance. The results ofteo yfars has
shown our rulers lobe either onable or unwilling
ta perform what tbey hare promised ; for had
' thy been loth able and willin.why was it not
tcWnpiished ? Wnld it tiot be madness, then,
to' trust them longer ? tn my opinion,1 it would
be worse than, madness ; yes, sir, if tbe people
again cunfiite in JVIr. Van Buren, after jail his
failures if we are again allured by promises, eo
orteo Sroken and never in a single instiace per
formedif we yield once more to specious pio-
V fessjons. at variance with the whole public con
cicljof the roan and again rrost power to an
artful and selfish demagogue smooth insinua
ting ambitious, and unprincipled, I Fully be
lieve we shall, at no distant day, read the histo
ry !f our fully in the ruins of the country.
; put such a faiemaf Heaven avert Jtisone,
l dlreaofo! lo. contemplate ; one, which I am not
, wifljog to! believe a waits us It is tt ae; the danger
which threatens is imminent, but let it stimulate
us to renwed exertions not sink us jin des
pairj YVe have in HARRrsojr, a leader. Suited
to trie crisis a troe friend to his coonJry en
lightened just sound in bis opinigns-sincere
in ihis professions plain unostentatious -and
of truly Roman firmness in his purposes fpr his
country's sood one, whom no dangers can in
timidate no temptations, corrupt. Under his
binnr, let us rally. It is the banner) of the
ColiVtftution the glortoi9 star-spangled banner
Cof par country. Let V, Usiok" be our hWatcb
wofdj the Union cf the Whigs not fqr office
u not for power not for fame but in the lan-
T guage of an eloquent son of Virginia, ''tUtfio;
for the sake of THE UNION' that lUwtow
' which was cemented by the blood of oar fathers.
; With such a leader, such a cause, , and fsoch a
motive, we cannot -.fail -- No a glorious sac-
ject s: true, yod
ter part of the public does w, specie the nf
and only one-bait lbH. d
how ZTyo to exact his garter, or. any pother
portion, in specie,' whe?n y?a throw out anhon
Sani paper cwrency. wbicfe at the, same lime,
yoti pledge yourself tolrecejteat all times, from
all whoofle ilf N4 no l cadnot reconcile
contradictions jt yon cannqfti bring: f the opposite
poles of the earth together jy on cannot bring day
ahrniht together 5 ypo cannot make the ,sime
pole a electricity" hot b; positive and negative at
the same lime, .:The w mystification i abool
these doublings: in yoojt ipement8.. Is it yoj
iotclntion to clear it npy jaiid :1et os Onderstaad
yoo, or is it not ? Yon gite os monsters to war
within your double measures. Tell os, is this
Cenuar a many or is Jt -al borse ? Truly, yon
assume most strange and doubtful shapes what,
or i who are yoti; ? Is bi(odeed, a scared and
timid swan Jsee, comiiasto takerefoge in the
bosom ol the beaotiful arid innocent Leda ; or is
it tbe sedoctiveand prbfligate Jopiter himself?
Is this, indeed,! Pactolos! fbat we see ronoing
gol4 before as ; :r is it! only fa scenic illusion a
river of painted papet ?j r Heaven's sake,
good masters, come to us in one form atoa time
come to os ia a tangiblef shape, that we may
handle you come to us ibfi questionable shape,
thai we may speak to yoo j
Bat, do you will not and we mast take
you as we find you, ani dd ihe best we can. If
we cannot tell altogether what yon are, we most
needs take you for wbktdu seem lobe far the
time being. By and by, when yoo present your
self, n your sob 'Treasury; aspect, we will exam
ine your metallic properties 1 at present we en
deavor to regard you only; j&& a thine? of pa per
all naner. and nothing Wt! paper ; and in this
form we pronounce upon yoo', by vktoa of our of
fice here, a condemnation ;and a corse !
It must be familiar iotie observation of all
that the forces! which support the Administra
tion; as they ate at present set in the political
field, are marshalled in three grand divisions,
each maintaining, in sobe i jegreej?a& indepen
dent position, yet for the' Campaign acting in
concert as one great allied army. There is the
right grand division, and ihe left grand division,
and the centres locking Howards the North,
where the main strength oTthe Opposition lies.
The right division, resting on the SSooinern At
lantic border, is led on by , an able and chivalrous
commander, who bears inscribed on his banner,
" Uocdmpromising hostility to banks a curren
cy of Government paper, with millions in circu
lation beyond the deroandsiof thefJpvernraent."
Tbit banner has its staff bound round with tbe
flasrof Nullification, read! f to be unfurled and
cess awaits us, and that Constitution, which is-j run upon the first emergen. To him the Ad
the bst and brightest inheritance we owe to the
-wisdom' and valour of our sires rescaed ; from
the) unhallowed grasp of the Spoilers, wflj yet
be transmitted in untarnished splendour; to our
postefjiyf , .
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":';,Ji.;" : EXTRACT I ,
: Of ihe Spttcji of Mr. Bernard, ofi New
York, on the Treasury Note BUI.
Hotrsfi or Representatives, March 25, 1840.
! pass on to one consideration more and I
shall then relieve the patience of the committee.
I think that" the Representaiives of tbelPeople
in this place have a righl to understand, so far
as s;uch a fact can be settled by declarations,
wheihei tbis Government of ours isn future to
be a hard money Government, or whether it is
io bp a paper-money Government. This is an
imppitani question for the People 3 and I think
I have a right to call on the honorable chairman
of ef Committee ol Ways and Means (Mr.
" .I'inps) to iniforin roe, that 1 may infjrm ray. con -.
siituents and the country, if he knows tbe fact,
,w hither the Administration mean that this Gov
(fcrnent in future shall be a . Government using
."a hrinoney currency only, or whether: Jit is to
be a I Government U3ing pa per money only crea
ted by uself. ... . - ; : i 1
r. June?, of Virginia, here rising, as' if, to
v-respuos i0 tne inquiry
Mr.; Barnard said. I will give the gentleman
aa opportunity to answer at the close of my re
mirks, when I shall have several queries to put,
and (!o all which 1 am anxious the geqtleman
"shouH respond.) ' r ' ' ; : . j 1
ir, I deem this an important inquiry one
most inieresting to this Hoase and to thej jwbble
Peoeanir directed to a point , which vrdhave
all a jnght to understand ; and yet, certainly a
pjirit; in regard to which the measures and jmoie-
merits of the Administration leave us in the most
perplexing doubt and uncertainty; At tjie very
mouiriit that a bill is presented to us which ha9
alrpaoy passed one House of Congressind! i3
pentitng in ihe othera bill which Is declared to
be a favorite measure of the Administration, and
which we have lately been' told here is io pass,
and! pass speedily, into a law a bill which prb
vid9, iothe most express terms, for a speedy
reaort to an exclusive specie currency lor all
wyt-rniueni uas ai in e very moment pt pre
senting us such a bill with one hand, in tbe same
beeth you offer us, with the other hand anoih
er blfj to pioneer the way of the first, by; Svhih
you; propose 10 create a paper currency, ib terms
. fqiily express, for all Government uses.! These
ats. ae to march through the forms of legisla
tion! sideoy side connected by ; a tie as- close
audi intimate as that which unit s the 'twins of
Siami bni forming a onion far more monstrous
Kng having an entire bust made of nothing but
silk; paper hastily engraved, and Chang appear
ing with a head and front of solid meul. I These
aretoi be. stmultaneous and concomitant jacts of
the isame Administration measures Ushered at
theba-ne moment, and by the same men, ioto
5?:ir,'. w hat does the Administration mean ?
Ao-e you dealing honestly and fairly with us,
andiwith the People t When yoo gravely pro-
, pose an enactment; that nothing but gold arid
6tlver. shall be received or paid by the Govern
ment; do you so in i end t fs the hard money
project to be carried out? Is all paper, bank
and; Government, to be repudiated ? j What,
then, is ihe meaning cfthisotbei enactment, by
wnn you provide tor . a currency of Govern
ment ;papr, which is lobe the mediumsof pay
ment jtp your eieditors, and which is declared lo
be! receivable, t all limes, for poWic dues 7
Vou provide an ample paper medium for paV-
Dients out of the Treasury, and you pltldge the
laiin pji me uovernment to receive it into th
Treasury, in payment for. dues," whenever offer
d ; and in the same breath too enact that, on
the 30th day of June next, you will begin to ex
ecute your inexorable, hard-money deciee ; so
r that, heoceforward, after a brief space, 'nothing
shall ever go into the Treasury, and 'noihing
come butol it, hot gold and silver only f. Whaw
I askjdoes the Administration meao f.
You say this is a; temporary measure this
Treasury note project ; :bat the law-, isito ek
pire in one year. " And that ymt hard-money
scheme' is to go gradually into operation. Cll
this an annual measure, if you will ; but do riot
call it temporary. ' The policy began with the
Administwiioii, in 183? ; it bas been continued
by jsucidessive acts of legislation, and here is a
law to! carry it forward beyond the current Pres
identia! term. Extend this term, as yoo. mean
ministration shows its telegraphic signal from the
op oi tne iapiioi, oeanqg; me grauiying an
hooncement of " Treasury holes for currency.'
The left division stretches cfif along lh6 mighty
wateis, and towards the! boundless praries of the
great West, and is combapded by one who re
jects the eagle, except it bemade of precious rae
ta?, and takes the buffalo; for! his Symbol, and for
bis motto " Long silk purses, with gold shioing
through the interstices and who moves his
forces to battle in herds laid physical masses,
which conquer, if at all, by! the power of gravita
tion, trampling down opposition, and making the
very earth desolate. where they tread. To bim
the itelegiapb from the! Capitol announces,
" Metallic currency for Government and Peo
ple ; gold and silver, and rtothing but gold and
silver, for all receipts and all expenditures I1'
. Finally, there! is the centre, contrary, I think,
to military rule ; a matteif however, which I
shall not take on myself toj decide in the pre
sence of the able general .om Michigan, (Mr..
Crary,) whom I see before me the centre, ap
parently the weakest pajtof the whole force, is
led, nevertheless, by an! able genera, trained, I
think, in a celebrated ,scbopI of tactics, to fit bim
for the modes of modern wirfare in which, it is
said j be has unlearned mach of the careful edu
cation' of his early years ; who, situated be
tween extremes, very appropriately and adroitly
borrows a little, and rejects a little ; from the
great captains; on either hind , and makes up a
standard of halt and half a sort of compromize
flag.j bearing a small quantity of paper, of very
high denominations in thefupper portion, with a
heavy amount of metal below, designed to keep
the paper above steidy.by: way of attraction, I
suppose. And to him tpel Administration tele
graph announces, ' Government paper under the
Treasury note bill ; gold and silver under the
sub-Treasury bill ; and a modicum of bank pa
per, if any can live, onderltbe operation of both.'
Thus are the forces of the Administration ar
rayed i thus are they united, with such agree
ment in principle as we have seen ; and thus are
promises and encouragements held out to all.
Well, all this j may be vry : satisfactory, and I
dare say it is very satisfactory to the parties con
cerned, who undeistand one another ; but it is
nut satisfactory to us itis not satisfactory to
the People. To us, and to them, these conflict
ing and adveisary measures cf the Government
betoken no good. Doubt,distraction and perplexi
ty, prevail every wnere ; enterprise and indus
try pause and are paralysed ; and who can tell
what is to become of this oppressed and suffer-
mg country r
Mr. Chairman, I have submitted some amend
ments to this bill, on which, before the bill shall
be reported to the House, I propose to take'the
sense of the committee. : They are designed, in
effect, to take from the b)ll the obnoxious fea
tures whicn l haveendeayored to present in m
remarks. I have two principle objects in view
in tnese amenaments, and which, if adopted
simple as they are, they will not fail to effect
Une is, to restrict tbe authority to issue notes, so
that no note shall be issued except of a I arse de
nomination, and, by thus changing entirely the
character of the paper, to Prevent the possibilitv
of its being used as money, either by the Gov
ernment, or by any body else. This would cu
up the bank charier by the roots. The other ob
ject is, and which would indeed follow from
changing the character af the Darer as proposed
to confine the purpose ibi jvhich Treasury notes
shall be issued, solely to borrowiog money opon
them. If this is really the use which the Gov
ernment wish to make of Ihem. and the only use
and so wears given i imderstand then no
friend of the Administration! can object to the a
mendments I propose. ' i
- mnA A-'ivV.'r.kiffi - I kava reduced them
writing, and will reid them r - - ; -:
1. Doel.not 'tht! biir authorize.; the. issoe cf
hii1a'.r-rif tb e reu ate ana o;m:u
ney by the Gvertiroent and tbe People r;.;v
2. Is it constitutionally competent to this Guf-.
ernmenr to emit bilhtof credii ?. . ' . .
j S Admitting the power, is u ngunu
corrency which all experience and all authority
anequi vocally condemn? ; .
J4. Underlthe auUioriiy ol this bill, may : not
this Government discount commercial paper "to
Ihe amount of imany times five millions of dol
lars, lending the credii of the Government in
the shape of notes yvhich shall circulate as mo
f!' i ' --Vi ..... ,- - . .. . :
5. If, under tbeiuthority of tbis bill. Gor
ernmenl may issue bills of credit to circulate as
monev, and ii i may discount commercial . paper,
does not the bill authorize a " Tieasory bank,
founded on tbe revenues and credii of the Got
eriiment?" ; f ''
$. Is it competent to this Government, under
th Constitution, ho e&tablish and maintain a
7. Is a bank less a bank Because a charter is
limited, and may expire in a year, unless renew
ed f lit '
8. Is it competent for this Government, by. the
Constitution, ta provide a medium of payments
and receipts for! itelf other than cash that is,
specie or its equivalent t
0. Is a Goverotnent paper, bearing different
rates of interest" from one mill to six per cent, a
medium of payment of equal and uniform value,
and al ways equivalent to specie? If one creditor
of Govern ment is paid in Government paper bear
ing six per cepti interest, and another is paid in
sucb paper bearing one per tent or one mill inter
est; are the two paid equally, and both in cash ?
OrL if one is paid fn INew York, where such pa
per, bearing no interest, or only nominatinterest,
is at or below the "par of specie, and another is
paid in Charleston, where the same paper is five
per cent, above par are the two paid equally,
and both in cash ?f And if duties are paid totbe
Government in New Voik and in Charleston in
paper of such; unequal: value, are duties unform
throughout the United Slates?
10. Have pot the Treasury notes heretofore
issued under this administration been issued bear
ing different rates of interest ; and have the dit
ferent notes borne different values in the same
place, and the same descriptin of notes borne dif
ferent values and differeot places? And will
not tbis be the case again ?
1 1. Does not this bill authorize the receipt of
these notes for toe, Public dues, and the payment
of them to the public creditors ? And does not
your sub-Treasury bill, as you propose to pass It,
contemplate a resort to specie and specie alone, for
all, Government receipts and payments, with an
exbress prohibition of all paper ? Between these
antagonist measures, which is to prevail ? What
is the intention of the Administration? Is it its
purposs lo make itiis exclusively a bard money
Government, or exclusively a paper money Gov:
eminent? Or is it its purpose to employ a cur
rency partly of specie, and partly of Government
PaP?r?.. . it .11 1 " ! .
To all these qqestions (said Air. 15. tn conciu
6ion.) in the name of the People, and for the sake
of ihe People,;! respectfully demand from tbe
Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means
an explicit and direct response.
Correspondence of the National Intelligencer.
! 'New York, April 21.
Tbe result of the town elections in this State,
about which both 'parties have crowded so much,
is, that the Whigs have elected 447 Supervi
sors! out of 873, giving them a majority of SI.
Last ear there was a tie. I do not think these
ocal elections are to be relied on much as a test
of tbe strengtb of parties, but, as the Locofoco
papers have nepn ciaiming great gams, u is weu
the true state of the case should be known.
The effect of the late news from England has
been to put a stop to all purchases of flour for ex
fort!. Orders !$en out by the British Queen have
been countermanded. r rices, nere, owing 10 me
small stock, are not yet settled, but it is thought
no more than nve aoiiars per oarrei win jb icu
for export. A lot of Philadelphia was sold to
dayfatea 12jrjM'. ; . m
ym. M. Pricey tn a letter published in me
New Era. expresses the opinion that there is
no mojiet in Eurdrie to be patiently thought of
in comparison iwiib our institutions.' 1 he hard-
j i i 3 ? s mm 1 1 11
money governments of the old world ne .cans
irob governments." Perhaps Ft ice's experience
makes his opinion worth 6omeining. 77
The money market is in a somewnai curious
state. While exchange 00 n.ngiand is without
buyers below par,! dollars are bought lor shipment
at to 1 per cent premium. Stocks all improv
ed to-day except! United States Dank.
liEFUBUCJlN IV&IG CANDIDATES
'ffllO -; lBCOiQ ! Gnu vWluU3 iHici 1 ....
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also. On tbe Albemarle no cro persuaaea 1 tne letter 01 r.
that Harrison is much sltonger than Judge stance of a -
FRIDAY. MAY I, 1840.
WILLIAM HEN l Y IfABIUSON,
4 or Ohio, .1
-, FOR VICE RESItJEMT,
"- -. or TiAGurur
1 FOR GoVeR50R
JOHN M. MOBEIIEAD, ,
li OF cluitFOttri COtJNTIV -f
CANDIDATES IN itAVIDSON.
For SherifrCol J$ha R$ Smith, and Mr.
fenn : i 1: : - .1 -
p. ti. nooeris. 1 ; 1 ui
For ShirWCoU Rj V. ong, and John H.
lardie.- tusq, I !
While was. ;AH otm the State he is upon
tbe n'Jf, and such is the spirit of his party,
that We haTe ruany things to hope and no
thing to fear. 1 We stillj5 think North Caro
lina will go for Harrison; : This will make
185 votes or 37 majority, an amount as
large as any President ought to get.
We take the liberty also of submitting
the following, which :we think is hard to
get 6rer.,: . r f
trom a jjexDioTu paper. . ,
A PICTURE FOR FENCE MEN. -
The followine States by recent elections,
declared their mteniioua'Cas they say
in the Marine Coory to Tote for Harrison
in the letter Is.:!,
nal to Mr. Sic 3.
Berrier, can for z
ness of his sister.
revilers cf Gen.
ask fur t
and Tyler, at
he next election, viz :
Al E. votes for V. B' in 1 836.
CANDIDATES IN (ABARRUS.
For thi Senate C. 1 Melclilr, Esq.
For ihel Commons Col. Di M. Barringer.
for V. B'ro
It will be setn f
Virginia, that t!
that State al:o.
pect is highly C, ;t:
We have never cr'
vole of lirglnh, :
doubts. If howev
sec a defeat in tL j (
election, it will zl,
of their party. T:
Rhode Island f 0 1
A Q3ost ireraendar
more than thirteen
If to these we add the following States
.... . m 1 v . -" L - t ' 1 ' f
which voted lor Harrison wnen ne run :u oer et votes stven
1B3C. and ivhicb, we lake it for grauted, thousand.
will do so again, we have enough to elect
OTEliectOral Corif entidu. him, 149 votesjbemg a majority of iheelec
torai vouege ;
The Whig Delegates for the Electoral district
Composed of the Counties of Davidson, Mont-1 Vermon,
feomery, riavie and RdwanL lwill meet in the New Jersey,
nnrt HnrisA. at Salisbury. ohJ Toesdav the 5th Delaware,
lay of May next, for the purpose of selecting a
.1 w W
net, on me nar-
eandidate for this Electoral die
ispn and Tyler ticket.
gC3 THE WHIGS Of ROWAN
ed in Baltimore, the! following:
HOW STANDS THE I QUESTION ?
From the best consideration of the sub
ject which we can give, the state of the
presidential election may; be set down as
For Gen. HarrisonVrmont,
the National Intelligencer.
to do if. you can, tu eight years, and wh0
that the Truasury note policy: ill nave
Atad- tbeo) foj y oar oU and ttiy ti pro
And now, Mr. Chairman, before I take my
at, I have certain ouerie-iiio nmnnnn i.i..
honorable chairman of ifai. Commitiee of Wavs
and Means. Ilolding.tbiUitioo he does, I re
gard him as the proper bfgin vf communication
between the jAdmioistraijori and this House, ia
relation to matters cogni4ble by the committee
over which he presides. j And I hole it to be his
duty to inform ibis House, !wheh reqaiied, what
authority thjs bijl confers, in the opioion of the
Admioisiratidn ; whaXcojnsi ruction is pot opon
its provisions byj lhe President, or the Secretary
of the Treasury, and Wtalf use they mean to
make of it. And if any views have, been pre
sented by me, or by others of tbe Opposition here,
which seem oot to' have i occurred to-tbe chair-
man, or to the Administration, I hold jt lo be
his duty lo answer whether, in his cpinion. or in
that ofihe Administration, jf he cao ascertain it;
muse views are well founded and correct, pi not.
i poi inese questions lr no vexatious spirit, bat
solely with the hope ofjBltciltna a aitisfactors
reply ; and
hai I migbi gite to tbeta a condaps-
j Frederick, (Md.) April 20.
. I have but time to say a word or two about the
great Harrison and Tyter meeting held yester
day in Frederick citv. i Thers were obout 10.000
persons assembled! The procession was at least
a mie lo&g, four abreast. Flags, banners, log
cabins, bands of music, and smiling women cheer
ed the day. Col. Cole was chief marshal ; and
never have I witnessed such perfect order and
good feeling as existed throughout the whole
time. i . ! i
The vast multitude assembled in the Court
house yard at two o'clock, to bear the speaking,
which, with one or two intermissions for refresh
merits, lasted until eleven o'clock at night. Mes
srs. Bowie andi Kennedy, Electors, spoke ; the
Hori. Mr. Stanly, of North Carolina, the Hon.
Gov. Pope, of Kentucky, the Hon. Mr. Jeni-
fer;!of Maryland, Mr. Walli. of Baltimore
CotJ V ashingtoh, of Montgomery, and the Hon
W. :C. Johnson! of Maryland. -
The speakingjwas. of the finest character
rich in variety; iof argument, wit, and reason
The speakers were all cheered repeatedly ; and
never did an audience 'enjoy speaking better, or
appreciate it more fully. It was tbe feast of rea
son and the flow of soul. They could have lis
tened the whole ngbt : for when I left, as John
son concluded, at 11 o'clock, I heard a thousand
voices holloa " Go on,! go on.
Ydu may be sure that Maryland will give a
large majority (or Harrison, and that Freder
ick county will elect a Whig ticket.
Ihe Whigs have nominated for. the Legisla
lure : - i i : .
Edward A. Ltch, David W. Nail, and
Davis Richabdsox, -Josuca M otter.
William ilitfiCH, !
It is a stroncr ticket, and will be elected he.
yondj doubt. 'I he peoaleof Western Maryland
are ready for the select joq, and the Democratic
v nig ranks have been; greatly lengthened and
widened by accessions from the Administraiion
party. Put Maryland: down 5.000 majority for
Harrison and Tyler. .-'Frederick will be strong
ly represented in the Young Men's Convention.
I understand that Col.l Cole, tbe marshal of the
dayj the Hon. j W4C. Johnson, and" some- two
or three hundred rrioiej will attend.
'Hollo, Sarn !V wbai yoo doin dar'.
Fiihiru5 Well iwat dat yoo got in yo' mouf,'
NothV but some tropins for baitV
are requested to meet at Salisbury on the even-
ng before tbe above meeting takes place in or
der to appbint delegates for ibis County. A full
attendance is requested.
States gained, 76
Maj. in 18S0 for Harrison
From the Lyncburg Virginian
DUFF GREEN'S CALCULATION.
1 ! f : it
Gen. DurTGreen is; an oUl stsger in poli-1 Last Thursday, the! election look place
Connecticut ar.i I
Mr. Van Duien at t
; . THE ST.
, This ambit io'j t
vendors dearly. L
awakeoing the pec,
a storm cf indigr. n
cajolements cf th :
It is not troa u
presses that Ilarri:
in Congress. T!
Apropos. Ti.r !
leading .Van Burs
the Secretary's tv.
grand military s
friends and banter; r
tics, and withal a very coblfcalcnlator. We throughout the State ; arid we suppose there iast number, has
tin A in I Vi a llPilt hi. ti.n wnor inmt (Isr. I naA liaa kaan ain.A )OS a rl.ni.ftta on a A I . .
uiiu iw wv a iiv. iiio iifw pnw juoi . - 1 uciei una u&u oiiiVU a auu(Ke 9W o I lha VVnOle Cataii T
verely and warmly contested. We shall lay qco uarri3onr
me results oeiore our reaaers as raPu7 9 1 wi8hinir to sell v.
wo rcccivo tuoui. -
In this (Campbell,) county, the Whigs
made a gallant fight, and, as the result will
show, more than doubled last year's major
ity. The following isl a statement ol the
polls r I j
House oj Delegates Richard H Toler,
accusations have I
olinian well knows
re-asserts them. r.
For MK Van Buren-
p. Hampshire, 7
Six States giving
Doubtful, j .1
It will thus be seen that ihe whole electoral
vote is 295 and that taking all the States
assumed as certain for General Harrison, he
will be elected by a single vote; that should
e lose New York, and; carry Pennsylva
nia and Virginia, he will be elected by
welve votes; and should he lose Maryland
and New York, he must get Tennessee or
North Carolina, or some other State, in ad
dition to Pennsylvania a;nd Virginia, to be
elected ;! ' j ' '
j We ask our readers tp examine this (a
pie as sensible men. We ask them to look
it the Virginia Elecforaj Ticket, and pon
G9r for a moment on the names of those
f ho compose it. We happen to know the
political opinions of the:twenty-three, and
f that -thirteen; eleven were the original
riends of peneralJa(ksciand State Rights
men. When we gqiintf Ohio, Kentucky,
Indiana, Illinois, North jparolina, and the
outh, we will find many who were origi
rally for Jackson, afcd State Rights men,
who are now among th;B most active and
ealons supporters of General Harrisons
nd we know that iher are many others
wno, 11 tney can be induced to hear arcu-
jcui anu oeueve lacis win swell the nura
er and who are deterred by the appre
lensiona that General Harrison, if elected.
will be under the influence of men whos
political opinions arid pinciples they dis-
yytu-, WUQ30 oDjeciioot are not to what
nPV Lr n rv wr him ,n L.. 1 . m
-"V, iu uo uui 10 wnai tuey iear I
e may become, under the influences that
(Whig) 612, Ro. Irvine (Whig) 612, J.G
Deanng(Adm.) 367, Win. A. Poore (Adm.)
-State Senate. Th. M. Bondurant (W )
610, Dr. J, Wj FIood,,(Adm. 367.
AMHERST Col. Eddward A. Cabell
2 (Whig) is re-elected, by a majority of 46
over ur. James roweit.
BUCKINGHAM Close work. The fo!
lowing is a statement of the vote : George
W. Kvle (Whig) 60$, Thos. H. Flood
Whig 504 Wiley P. jHaskins Loco 504
i dQ I James Jones Loco 603.
jq j vijfi kXLtvr li xu y a it Vyaraweii v uig
re-eieciea, oy a majority oi six.
CUMBERLAND penry P. Irving (W)
is elected by 15 or 20 votes over Carter
U am son Loco.
NELSON Gen. Alexander SrownfW.
elected by a majority of between 130 and
I4U over ur. L. vi. Liggin Loco.J
BOTETOURT We learn verbally that
Maj Joseph Hannah Loco is re-elected.
ROANOKEj We also hear, and we an
nounce it with; peculiar regret, that Wm.
M. Peyton, Esq. has been defeated in Roan
i E oke, and that Cant. Henry Snyder fLoco
23 19 re-elected by a meagre majority of 13
I V.ltAI f l!nt. Panlnn Until aw or onnlocl. ,Ia
election, and we understand that there is
no doubt of his getting the seat upon a pur
gation of the polls. Roanoke was formerly
about 3 to 1 to favor of, the Administration.
HENRICOSherwib McRae (XV.) re
elected, by a majority of 174 the largest
ever given in the county
POWHATAN We hear that George
N. N. Porter (Whig) is elected by a major
ity of 8 over Maj. Michaux. A Whig
gain ! ' f :
HICHMOND CITY Washington Ro
beson re-elected R. 418, Bosher (Eo.
rKlNCE EDWARD. Col. John D.
Burke (Whig) elected over Wm. N . Wat
King. (L,oco,) by; a msioritv of 17. Anolh.
er Whig gain ? L f
HANOVER Thpmpson (Whig) super
sedes White (Loco; by a majority of 30.
Another Whiff gain! H
LOUISA Lipscomb (Loco) beaten 33
votes by Mellon CWhig Another Whig
It is also rumored that the Whirrs have
gained one in Stafford : I thai Corbin is re-
l , M .. ! - . -
eieciea in Caroline, and Crutcbfield in
2pottsyIvanta. So far,' so good.
Bynum and Rice
tbis North Carol...
pestilence, and it i
propriety, while sl:
rill surround him.
j To this we beg leave ip subjoin a calcn
Jationof our own. jTbl last account from
Tennessee make it just Is certain that Har
rison will get.that stte a he wilLVermontr
there are 15 votes more o be added to 149
making thej aggregat 1 6, to which we add
with great coDfidenci, th vole of Louisiana
f. making 169, which is! only one vote less
ban Van Buren got last election. Now,
or North Carolina. ! If Ihe East will onlv
we abaft carry the old North
In tbe Mountain Counties of
Buncombe, MacoHay wjood, Ashe, Yincev.
ind Wilke?, there vttl
The following appears in the last Raleigh
Register. ! i 1
" TERROR IN THE CAMP."
" We understand that Mr. Senator Strange,
aua on. v. ii. uaywood Jr, have been ma
king strong Speeches to the Locos at Wil.
mington, with a view, we presume, to coun
teractthe effects, if possible, of Mr. ftlore
neaua's recent visit. It is a forlorn Aope,
me more mem peruaps on that
tttuuui, in maaing me attempt'
We learn that Rowan is to be honored
next week in like manner by the advent of
our RepresentaUve in Congress. May Court
is the time usually fixed on for bringiog
out candidates and arranging the Summer's
campaign. We have learned that Mr. Fish,
erhas already declared at Washington That
be would have one Whig beaten m Rowan,
by one Van Bui en man. 1 i
QrjEREi Wonder if his pay is to go on
as Pbilo White's drd while bo it dabbling io
too Count elections.
faction of recri;
nnhli'jhpf? hv fir
r . .
is able and eflici;
opinion has lonr; '
ery great man.
scarcely has his t
Death of Gc
died at his resu:
day the 7th uh.,
recommended as u
fur the 12th D. :
tbe nomination, r.
Daniel B. L .'
Whig elecior in t
the fastnesses cf
A Convc :
to be held at W
May next, to ;
with other nstic
laid on our Tc'
removed. To i
cently held &t V
. "A v:
We would li!.
it is that has 'cci
giving place to t!
We ihought v. c
about thetn cs cr.
sure the Editcr-;
little. And let
thor, that if his
tached to then;, t
taken up and di:
we intend, there:
all the glory r; it h
.won dv nis cnt3
he should discc.
men wr rnav r.ii-
make a fuss, if i.r
: It is very evic!:
nnt lhat Itr rnrr; :
ot tne people, t u
Not only so, but
frcrv to tbe laic:
Indeed, A Farn;c
humbug, keeps rir
oown wun tno
would prove a (:
the evils with vrhi
' .The fact is nc
why may not