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I Tile history of Millard Fillmore, our
--CAddidato for Vico President, affords a
useful lesson as showing what may be ac
complished in the face of the greatest ob- , Mr Fil,me took an aclive part urging
stacjes. by intellect, aided and controlled , unanerabIe argaments its justice
1,y energy, perseverance, and strict integ- , amJ expedncy andf as a member of the
rity, tf a public andpnynte capacity. j commiUee bn lhe subject, aiding to per
I IV Nathaniel Fillmore, is the q bm
.onf oifeiof like name who served relating to Justice Courts was drafted
v.- r..i. ttnr. nnil was a true Whit? of : . . , , .
-inn i riiLii v ? - - -v w w hiMtf-fAM -. - ittA nrnwr r w
the hcvolutiori, proving his devotion to his ., he Hon Q s cr The bill met
country's cause by gallantly fighting as with a fiej.cet unrelenting opposition at
Lieu cnant under General Stark, in the ; every step:of its progresS, and to Millard
lultlle- of Bennington. He was born at . Fimorc much as other man are
vjltetininion, v ermont, in 1 1 1 1, anu carijr
" Keep a check crew all tocr
Do THIS, AXD LlBERTT IS SATE."
VOLUME V, NUMBER 0.
SALISBURY, N. C . THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1848.
u'a inrlhrH fnr ptnnnfine from th ft star.
1. . 11, 1 i - DO
in Ulc removed 10 vnai is now .... u ; u book Hc of & crueJ barbarous vvhose enlightened patriotism has rarely
Ifi It'll " .,. XT... Vi-lf ! ! .7 " . .
summer inn, tnjug'1 tyui,,j' t xwin,
perity ; these were the tasks devolved up
on the Committee of Ways and Means.
To increase their difficulties, the minority,
composed of that party that had brought
the Country and Government ; into such
a condition, instead of aiding, to repair
the evil they had done, uniformly opposed
almost every means brought forward for
relief, and too often their unavailing ef
forts were successfully aided by a t reach
erous Executive. But with energy and
devotion to the public weal, worthy of all
admiration, Mr. Fillmore applied himself
w iijc lasK, unu susiainea dv a maioriiv
ill. i J ,J
where Millard was born;' January 7, 1800.
He was a farmer and soon after lost all
Lis plroprrty by a bad title to one of the
njilitary lots he had purchased. About
the year 1802 he remove d to the town of
Scmproniijs, now Niles, and resided there
till 1810, when he removed to Erie coun-
jty, where he lill lives cultivating a small
firm with his own hands. Ho w.'is a
h'lfobg and uniform supporter of Jefferson,
Madison aiijl Torjipkins, and is now a true
loVincennct.ii a ur',!, -lnn
tie liver ; t.- :
pU me to make one ether :
with strict orders to km 1
time, and depend rnilrtly i
though neither of them h t - f ,
! cenne by land, nor Jj tl.rv '
the country ; but 1 am in I."
jou in safely. I send iler.'i
j tance, from their igno: at.ro
think that it it tery prola!.!
party of Indians wajlajin;; i
i this and Vincennes, likely a'
i for the purpose of interce; v
! may be coming to thU t.'.a. c.
r , . ... , x-x-T , - , : got here will tupp! thern u
Governor MoreheacTs closing Address ail from the I . Journal of Commerce. tome time to come.
the Whig National Convention. j CAPT. ZACHARY TAYLOR AT THE ! Please, &c.i
Gentlemen of the Convention: Before SIEGE OF FORT HARRISON IN 1812. j Hi Excellency Gov. Hal
dissevering the tie wtich has here united j Extraet of a UtUr from Cap( Zachar9 Taylvr nmm The paper containing ti e
us, permit me to return my profound . ynanding fort Harrio, Indiana Territory, to Cover- lhe following paragraph :
thanks for your kindness and forbearance. ; nor Harrison, dated u In adJiiion to the aWe .
Your partiality placed me in this chair, j Fqrt Hahbiso s 10 ISV2 j Unt defence of Fort Han i,
to the duties ot which I am unused and; ' of a party of Indian?, peili
unaccustomed, and that same spirit of ! ear. S" : Asf .! had nolbef n ab, mounl j number, hare please ia
kindness has sustained me in their per-! a gua d Vftnre 'han Pr,va,es.and Xwo non; it every reason to IcIIcum!..
Hmuness nas susiainea me in ineir per commiss,oned 0fficer, for 8omo limt pas, am , , J ' initi lns
formaner If I havp rommitted mistakes ' . r t ; r ; nevea ueiore tno Inuiuisc.
lormance. ii I nave commiuea miMas , somelim parl of ,ljem every other day, from ; aMack if Q Tvur,j,v f .
or errors, or if, in the discharge of my du- ,he unheahhineS9 of ihe company, I had not p , ! W m R,?..i . .
tlAo Iharonco nain tn nl ini . j " r J Y . , i- r " ,n arrived
..wo vuovu .v .v j conceiveu my iorce aapquaie xo tne aeience or ;floi with about COJ
viauai, i nave only to say H was uninien- tins postrf should tt be vigorously attacked. ) rnn fnr.nfP ,:,k v ;
As I had just recovered from a severe attack of jo,!,, to succor Fort II
. i ra t .i
i ne auacK on tne toil v
Tho abovd it from a
i V i.r
ii The, narrow mean's of his father dc-
t pr(iyeU Millard of any advantages of ed-
ucaton heVoti 1 what were aiiorded by
the i in per feet and ill taught common school
jj of. the . con n't y.- Books were scarce and
j !e$r, and itt the age of lifteen, when more
, 1 favored youths arc f.trTidvanced in their
f cluijsical studies, orrNjoy ing in colleges
A thej penefit 1 of well furnished libraries,
VyWMo Filltnoro had readjhtit little except
hH common school oooks anu the liitile.
At hat period ho was sent into the then
I wiljls, of 1 .Livingston county, to learn the
I ciotnier s trade, lie remained about ftbn r
months, and was then placed with anoth
ef person to pursue tho same business and
wo6l carding in the town wbere his fatlier
lived. A small village library that was
:frrrned there soon after, gave him the first
irienns of acquiring general knowledge
thrjnigh books. He improved the oppor
ttmi!y thus offered ; h appetite grew by
iat it' led ,upon. The thirst for know-
i nnn q nn 11 wrtiiKi poiicp mr rririi rp. a i iian met rnofnrAM tmm eA.-aro .t i . -
agc. Imprl onment for Debt. Ef I os. .7v y away , Z fknr,l ITZ:'':
l e waced ,o Congress i , e fall , ZZtoM, and ! - .. 1 sha" I ,
01 ine session 01 iadd- win sn5,!,;npj w;fi m,,.Li "l.i.,,; ... i ieei nappy in tne impression tnai no one bua,u l" u" "S1"" a,,u u,"l,"u OIlc Vl ,uc
long be rimemberd as the one in which ITZ Z Governmen fmU Smba haS n "kind feelin ,OWards m0- "o -m;,.Usiuned .fficrs ( ,h. .en.ineU
. . .ii r .... , . . ,c"ccu uovernmeni irom its emDar- ! j . . hpi-rf-nlarpd hpri in necu. could not tee ererv pail of ihc garrison) (o vlk
that system of politics, known under the rassment, and have fully justified, the most j ... b?S t "!?J oud .he in.ide du,inS ,l,e nholeLfite
comprehensive name of Jacksonism, was sanguine expectations ot their benign in- f r j;fr a. u,. uv to prerent the Indians taking any advantage of
,.!,' . ... . nuann t.nAn ii, . a ; oi uincrent cieiesations nae cien ex- ... . ..... . .
. .I i- , f . us, proviuca ttiev uaa any iua i anacuing u.
press.on to -their feeling trust may be Qu n , xJva3 awak,m,d , th,
allowed also to say a lew words -be ore fil- f one of ,,,c seiilim.:- i up.
A. 1 A 1 ' 1 ....I ..... . V
we pari. -1, 100, nave oeen ueicmcu in
the first wish of my heart. I have not
succeeded in the nomination of my favor
ite candidate I stand among the van
quished party but I fall into the hands
fully developed. He took his seat in the ' nuence upon the country at large. A new
stormy session of 1833-M, immediately and more curate system of keeping ac-
,4 i , P .i T. . counts, rendering them clear arid inte i-
succeed.ogthe removal of the Deposits. gible was introduced. The favoritism
In those pays the business! lof the House and peculation which has so loh disgi-ac-
and debates were led by did experienced ed the departments and plundered the
member-J-new ones, unless they enjoyed treasury, were checKed 03- the requisition
THE EXPENSES Oi
- Tho War with Mtiico !
in dfbt. (iie hundred ; .
dollars is the cost of t2.c W.
in silver, placed in twri h i; -
a widespread and almost national jepu-' of contracts The credit of the Govern
, , .1 , ,. , , ment was restored, ample means were
tation, rarely taking an active and con- ni,nl.:,iu,i (- ,u . , ..
j l J j . . . r proMdedlor the exigencies ot the public
spicuousj part.. Little chance, therefore, service, and the payment of the; National
was nffiircjed him as member of the oppo- debt incurred by the former Adminislra-
sit ion, ybung and unassuming, of display
ing' tho.sje qualities that so eminently lit
him fori legislative usefulness. But the
school Was one admirably qualified to
more fujly dcvelope and cultivate those
tion, Commerce and Manufactures reviv-
in the true Whig spirit, determined to
.1 1 : 1' 1 c . ,1 .1
.wl .nrt ro.r.;., i . huccceu, anu li, oeiore me eieenon, any
ed, and prosperity and hope once more y , r ,- , .,, , ,
. .'.... .u r. i mi . . Whig can be found who wi outstrip me
in the zeal, I hope to take such a hi
ran out, and ordered the nn-n J their posts,
when my orderly sergeant, '.ho h id charge of
the upxlr black house, called out that the In
dians had fired the lower block huuse, which
contained th nrnneitv of the contractor, denoti. and pnundt to each wa-'o:;.
of my victor friends, like a conquered ted in the luvr pan. the up per having been sand six hundred and twc:.t
damsel into the hands ot her lover, and aMgmi to a coipor.-.i ami ten pnv.i-.cs as
submit kindly to my defeat. Loud np- ii alarm p.it. Th- gun- h i 1 beeun fire
plause.l I shall enter upon the campaign l,ier,v lju,t: --dc.. 1 direi ie.l the
smiled upon the land. The Cb'untrv has
too recently emerged from the disasters
of Mr. Van Bun-n's Administration it
yet too keenly feels the suffering it then
e ''Hi i aii, autj uuur
.V peiceiv .tin" ..t taa!
"4 I i i
powers ivvfiich, under more favorable cir- endured, and too justly appreciates the
cumslatlcqs, have enabled him to render
such varied and important services to his
country As he has ever done in all the
stationsjhe; has filled, he discharged his
duty wijh iscrupulous fidelity, never omit
benificent and wonderful change that has
been wrought to render more than an al
lusion to these matters necessary. The
labor of 'devising, explaining ahd defend
ing measures productive of such happy
results was thrown chiefly on Mr. Fill-
by the hand on the fourth o( next March,
at the inauguration of General Zaciiauv
It has on a former occasion been my
bad fortune not to have my first choice
approved. In 1S10 the Whigs of North
Carolina unfurled the free standard of
IJenry Clay in that State, and sent his
name to the Ilarrisbnrg Convention ; but
h'.K Uets to
limn the wi
iliah'ly, :. it was
iime. Hut from dt hiiiiy, or M:ne other cause.
Hit' jmlmi weii? verv rioKv i4i eetuli:.g in
(!e:. The -. rti lire
u u i A' it
uiM-ared to throw the
thev had g'l
d-or, the liie
lieai ie.-.u c.)iiiti.-ioij ; aim iiV .ij-Mime
ie water and lro!;en open the
h nl ti'ii'ii tunate! v coioin inicaietl
to a quantity 'f w hikev, the
wonltl make a detiic train
milej. Ami h!hi is rei-; !:-'
tie) James K. Polk un i I
ed the War, and-they ;ue i
have brought the nation to
sacrificing ihe lives of th
citizens in the battle-f e! ! - -merely
to serve -raiiy ot:'
meanest passions of !.( I.i .
paity now as-k thepepe t.'
er to "ive them the f i '-.
I'he .ei .
toek h i ing lirk-
i lit -i i.i i . r . i
eij several tio,es u.rouL th.? lower pan m ine , ,
i M .i 'it . iii ' what it may.
I ii: i i hit :iliir Ine sill w neii wit slnred tneie.
through which the inJ:ai! had ini t ..d-ieed the, miserable parly ami ia i 1
li:e, without being ili-covered, as the night was they must hurl the j-poi's ; :;
a I. xri c ,i a ry .1. .
ting on Kll proper occasions anv effort to more. He was nobly sustained by his le "n'S oi uiai v.omenuou, me n pie-
to us that standard inscribed with another
name, that of William H. Harrison
i ii . ii ' n . i ii -
Committee room-labors sufficientlv ar- nony unexpectecLoy us. dui i n ji oi,
. , . ed to see it it was still the true tiis van
n anv but one ol an ! t , , , .
resumed; the practice of his profession, ! iron constitution-sustained by a spirit : ,,cr: 1 fU,U 1101 a?K myseH "'nal mmc as
which hi) pursued with distinguished re- i that nothing could conquer, lie was re- '' .n, U r never, lnouht of inquiring wuat
1 f - ., ' i ... . : nnirpii ,rn i.; jsidoot Masons and Uicksons line the
,., . o.S nu success u.,1,1. yiek hng to the j u , b'; ui.rem.ltwg; attention ! noroinee was from. lt was le W,ig ban-
punirc vpice, he consented to become a; 1 lwc UIU"5 U1 nouse, 10 maue any
vei v dai k ; and
eiy evei:;..n ve This will be done as crrt.t'
advance the interest of his rnnstit nnts patriotic tellow Wings: but on him. ne
and the country, and winning the respect ' veelef' lJ1R main responsibility rested.
, h i: 'e n 1 Alter his long and severe labors in the
llllU UUIllHjniUJC Ui iil.
it tho close ot his term oi service he duous to hi-eak down nnv hnt ,.r ..
. ... , uui, VIIV W i
Ml hcails will be glad, ai. J
could make nse of, i:i ie than a m..inenl ii as- vf .0veinler.
cenoed to the root, and balnea every etloi-t to
i v I 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 . 1 1 il tl'if lili.rL' linii.i' . (I ii 1 1 1 1 ( I f
the lurnrcks "thai made part of the fat iticut ions, ,inn ,,: hccn delivered t! : .
most of ihe men gave :!. emsel.es up fur lost, have been remored, and h. :. '
and 1 had the gieateM ditficuky i:i getting uny places. Hotinoke Cq till I, 1 ..
of my orders executed. ( And, sir. from the rag-
ing of the fire, the veiling and howling cl scr.
e ci i's ol nine women
11 lflllFH Mlllll IlCINtlllM I TI;1 1 1 .1 1 fa. ;irill HV TV niin ii uH. on n.nt. ki. l.f.,1 ' ! C A 1 1 fl II (X 1 1 U 1 1 L tr I nfl UWI11 -o
I 1 i ' ' fL . ' ... . .a i! .i... iii..e i oo- t'i . . . . i ri-nrv with r r-rt- j IlclllUa.
leisure nioineni was spent in reauing. in uie lauioi 1000 ine remarKS aoove ww.j..n.n. 4UU n luuipimiu that
71 tour yeats were passed minis way, worK- icmuoii m ins evlce in ine z5u : . ...... uTuiu.. iuo
A in At his trade, and sto.ing his mind.du- : eaurao.y appiy to nisse- ; XviT 7 I ,P , "w"? lL a slaVe
j ' t , : uuau u- iu juckmji am aim me rei nank i lw icuuucu i ...
lINk IJSHII IHAII.l 111 V.UUIU UlllllltlllU, .
. i . -Y, i . . . , . . . ; R)sl
eral hundred Indian, th
and children, a pait soldiers' and a pail citi
ner, and, as such, it was placed in my zeiis' wives, who had taken shelter in the fort,)
For five months this hand bore and thi desponding ol so many men, which was
banner through North Carolina, until worse than all, 1 can assiiie you that my feel.
succeeding August, North Carolina, mgs were very nnp.easatit ; and in fact there
State, fired the first gun of that wcre "('t morc Uian !,'n or ,i,fV('n ,IK'a a,,,e lo
.ii.. l !t. i 1. r r hi :i ft tout Ihf nthrrs lkPiiir piihpr sirknr
. i .. vi n inn vrinnu rri iutmpi' i rr i r r 1 nnp . r ' - r- -
tern had, in the march of 4 progressive ! 10 De Lone Wltn promptness, clearness, I ,w , tV tn a r Tfc M ; convalescent ; and to add to our other misfor-
" , yr..j d , h Locofocoism of the nre- I physical and intellectual powers are dis- 1 nave mentioned mis, gentlemen, ior
remember as one ot the most estuna- ; sent djf !is CoiS FiUnfore I p4'ed in the highest pefection, and the i the benefit of Ohio and I will state one
c.ln. cass von: 1) T
It is a fact that Lewis ("
Candidate fur the I'ieldei:cy.
tien. Z ichary Ta)lor, one
bravest men that ever live ',
any other Country.
A joint resolution wajctii
,.r D -..t. ..:-... : l .
I ' u. in nc3viiiaiiii9 in iiaii j
pickets ' '
lid 'not ine inanKsoi vongres$ to .
that by his military service and ii !
I have mentioned this, gentlemen, for ; throwing ofl' a part of the roof that joined the ' tained that General Tah r
1 r a l a a T 1 iir , ;ov-.ifc u. . ; i in lino vuug . too Hi 1 . X IlllllUiC o -w.w.., ..v.v.. , .
blcj citizens of that county. Judge Wood , took a me Mve part lhan he did d i hasty impulses of youth, without any loss ! incident from which
yas a man oi weaijn anu great Dusiness ; r,ng his first term, and on the assembling ! 01 lls vlSor are Drought under, control of
capacity ; he had an excellent law libra- of the next Congress, to which he was I large experience in public affairs, with a
ry, iutrilid little professional business. j re-elected by a largely increased majority, ! mind capable of descending to minute
He soon 1 saw that under the rude exterior he was assigned a prominent place on dfctaiIs ns well as conceiving a grand
J.r itv,. .tnif,;As 1 .... .1 - what, next to that of Ways and Means, system of national policy, calm and de
of the clothiers boy, were. powers that 5t .JjUt oMf. . o. , ; liberate in iudmpnt. Jfn,H nrl
j only) required proper development to raise : lhe most Umportant committee of this fluent in debate, of dignified presence, ne
I thej possessor to high distinction and use- ! House that onielections: It was in thU vr unmindful of the courtesies becominff
f fulness, and advised him to quit his trade Congress .that the famous contestedNew social and public intercourse, land of po-
ind I will state one ; block house Which was on fire, and keeping Jq Thornpiun of Mifi-:
the Whigs ot that ' the end peifectly wet, that the whole row of , . . , '
State may hope and profit. North Caro- i buildings might bo saved, and leave only an " ' ;
lina, though she lost the nomination of her , entrance ol IS or au lect tor the Indians atier J roriaea, inai no;ni:
first choice, Henry Clay, soon raised on ! ,he house was consumed, and that a tempoary shall be con t rued into an :
every hill-top the banner of Harrison. In j breastwork might be erected lo prevent their terms of capitulation ol M . .
one location where a tall pole had been eLv.en cn1l"l,nS lher ,. I convinced the men that Genera, Tajlor anJ th, ,,;
1 ... .. n-Iw . ... this cou d be accomn ished. and it nnneareu to . . .. . , .
erected, wun me name 01 narrison nailed . . . . . ' . ' ,. . ea mis as a censure, uu; 1
10 iuc uiaai, a suuiai v 1 1 d 11 ii c i was acri : . . c . i , mm, uon, ine resolution, won i:.e
w o . u c I iv-ilh mnpr hininncc anH i lo c rn rf. 1 1 nn I nni '
riding past it ; attracted by its inscription, : (hat wefe , (whift thy olh;,s k a con. lower house. U hen it wa,
he stopped, elevated his eye and seeing , 8lftnl fire lhe o;her ,,,ock house alnd the two Senate, Mr. Speight move'!
inspire them with new life, and never did men
tion, the resolution, with t'.c
inF v r 1 1 tr nr nr n p invrruifiM intrrr. .... f r . i l i . . ,
.1 . . . 1 . . 1 . . a ... .- 1 c. nr. r n tin i -....ii I inai in rirr v I ni m n a n n n i ft n li-QC w )-. ...wv.ru ..v.. vv.., imi iniic i rTi fiiitiTn 1 na rrii ni no inncpi wn ri I np. vmp 1101 nrr iun kiir i
nnu siuuv law. in repiv 10 ine ooiecuon 5 ' j vnim; ua h uum sweu una 0 j ..v. . - - - .... i : '7 - - ...0
Of a lack of education means and friends ' ,J, ipf biog aphical sketch to too great a admirably, fitted for the post of leader of j doffed his beaver and saluted them with I)r. CUrk ai their head, (who acted wiih the Yeas Messr. Archer, I
jOiajacKOl education, means and mends .A r nnrtM .. the twentv-SRventh fJoncrPRsJ three hearty solitary cheers! Nor do I greatest firmness and presence of mind while - i..,, v.n r-.
to aul him 111 aourse of professional stu- ca andt is thc?,eS3 neCessary to do so J' 1841 he was selected as the Whig ! despair before fall that in Ohio will also the attack lasted which was seven hours.) un. M. Clayton, Corwin.Cri.iei
dv Judge W. kindlv offered to arive him a inntym.,nXMno ! r .r. Anntlirlfttn fnr Rmrnnr in 'N-plv Vrlr Kt ! be seen solitary Whigs cheering the ban- der a shower of bullets, and in less than a mo. r..,n. pa:rfi-M r:rn II
1 . ,r. , , ,..
place in hjs office, to advance money to gross outrage then perpetrated bv a Dartv in' consequence of the Barnburners and ner 01 achary laylor.
defray his expenses, and wait until sue- casing itself republican, and claiming to Old Hunkers uniting their support upon j I have supported in this body the nom
cess in business should furnish the means respect State rights, must yet dwell in ,np late Silas Wright, he failed to be elec- ; ination of Henry Clay that most illus
of repayment. The offer was accepted. th? collection of every .reader
Jtit .yiiiiitiii. iii v v'l vwuwil 111 1 . i in
j Thej apprentice boy bought his time;
t tcrpd thc' bflice of Judge Wood, and
V II t-ft-ft.vnn y-w.li
nd for tip-ation of
a I rl. ..... ft ft s v t .
ten. onnuenr, nowever, mac ne could ; trious son ot our country, tiis sun is a
command the strongest vote in New York, bout to set, and I trust his latest hours
n that case, his patient inves- the Whigs again selected him as their may be gilded and brightened by our sue
all its complicated, minute de- candidate for Comptroller, in 1847, and cess, which, like the bow of promise, will
more thatif two years applied himself tails, the! clear convincing manner in succeeded in electing him by! an unprece- betoken the spread of peace and prosper-
oiT.l,. ' a,IiL..;.,c.0 ...,.!.. ii.. rni,l which heset forth the facts, the lofiv nod dented majority. r itv around our land. I have voted for
"'v ii -iu, iniut.'j nnu iiuiui. in- mm - - - t i ' j " - v , ,. t , . ,r , . ,
t.' .-. i i - i v. . i i indignant: ellonuence with which he de. Such was the boy, and such is the man Henry Clay because no man is more before day raised temporary breastworks as
iavi nnu general uu;i uiui e, uuu aiuuicu , , 4 , .. . lL itl- . .1 i- 1 i i -.u .1 1 r 1. : ,ri, nc a ,,-,.,'
f T .w.,ft..,wl .I,. ,,,,,,1 f..fn, . 1 1 , wnnm th Whicrc nrp;pnt thpir nnnHi. Upctp U' ufpiitilipil with tho rr nrv n nnr Mgu as a man s l. a
. .1 . 1 : . . . y v. v..n -j . ; o j . . v . -.
OU IH'ilCllCCU rUllllli.,
ment thrpiv n(T ne inueli nf lh roof as was n'J.
cessary, This was done with the loss of only
one man, and two wounded, and I am in hopes
neither of them dangerously. The man that
was killed was a liule deranged, and did not
get off the house as soon as directed or he
would not have been hurt. Although the bar
racks were several times in a blaze, an lan im
mense quantity of fire against them, the men
our land. I have voted for used such exertionc that they kept it under, and
Jarnagin, Johnson of Man 1
Mangum, .Miller, Morel.e.. '
Simmons, Soule, Speight, C; '
JVcyt Metsru. Allen. A'.'
erton, Uagby, Brcee, Ilii! ',
negan, Nilei Sevier, :u:f
Yulee 13. I
ur in a heavy fire
I.. ,i;,.ninil iftr.i; oKnni;nn u:m no i ,itp np ifp I ' rp s i ( 1 p ii t . I n ip p r v U 1 1 o ri fnntitrv than hp is. o a( ministration i nc nm.uis t o.un. e . 10 n
n uiiti.u:ii uuuiiu aiiruuuu iu null a) uuc . . . . . - . - j " - ......
P,.n.!n,r l,o clw,l,l Inrxir t i.r. lnrrro r, "r .U.. ,.l.t.J.f ..C.lft.. n in .vlnnh ho K. hppn'nHpp,! FiP li .hnvvn il,l narlinlp tn hi iinrlvinrr famn ! OI oall, ailU ail lUCilUlcraole O'laiiiliJ OI ariOWs
1 " : " : f O .. . i. . .. .. .. i i i Hrin7 hl limn : ii n hfk hii'i'i n Hl'frVni I
r .1 a J . .. - . . . I'. I I .: : .1. .1 I. .. : 1 . .1... : nrnva I linnncf Pnh P nrtM Imtliln In nn linnnrc rrill M i i tn hut rpM (ilipp lipnn 1 r ..v. a. ,
ueoi to uis tieneiacior, tic taugni scuooi iUiiguisueu as u as uy ine euinieiii uuu- """ . ' "i- " c v..v..v. . 0r ti,e I had i.t.t ono other man kiK-d,
i'. ' - . .... .... I .... i . .. ... Tno .r-ftft-cTirnTirfti in iw priuiniiMnn ir nna . ii iiuii I ft iriift. I .Mill n in v i' 11
t.u i . .. : .. . i ..;., .i , i :i i i ii s i rs i i.i i ism i i ii i- in ;i ii v f 1 1 s n pm. vumoli i v u. j i... v . . (, M . .n 1 1 um. u,u i. x ,.v.it ... i.j v.,....i.v.. , , . .-. ......
ii'iiiuioc: lioiiiii.s iii nil. i . iinu auuuu ru - f i j .m ... . .. . . - . . . r .. . .
thd liiean ill' .partially supporting
In thcTTall lot IS'il he removed
acq u U"
d to thef
county ofj Lri nnd the next spring enter
edla law btllii'e in Bullalo. There he sus-
I tl.. ft ft- t r ! ii ir
I 'l .. .-. li '' I . I ...... . .
4 oi LOitit wuen jie w;is aumiited. to t lie
tbcrs. Public indignation w;as awakened ot the people. 1 or all that he has and is, cheerfully, and. lor the future, no man can
by the enormity of the outrage, and in he is indebted under God to his own exer- go more heartily than I will lor the Hero
' that longfcitalogue of abuses and wrongs tians. Born to an inheritance of compar- of Buena Vista.
. .. . e -V i - i .i .i.x;i-
winch Kinged a long suttenng people to alive poverty, wuicn now , iiiaiiKt 10 y nig j, jas bp(,n snfffr,str(j frorT1 .T rent
(nor any other wounded ineide ih: frt.) and he
.lost his life by being. too anjKdis. He gut into
one fX the gallies in lhe batjon, and fired over
ftain'd hini(df by teaching s
Vcontifnued Uis legal studies until
action, aiidl resulted in the signal over
throw of lajcorrupt and insolent dynasty
in 1810, t!u) Xew Jersey case stood mark
ed and conipicuous.
On t hp :ii5irT.blii)T nf thp nnvt Cnnor.;s
Common Pleas, and commenced practice to u hichjr. Fillmoie was re-elected by
in the vilfage c-f Aurora, where he remain- a majority jlarger than was ever before
cd until i830. when he acain removed lo given in his district, he was placed at the
I Buffalo, and has continued to reside there ' !?PIld ot committee on Ways and
f. U ct.,v,- Means, iljie duties ot that station, al-
I L ; 4 5 ways arduous and responsible, were at
. JIis first entrance into public life Avas that timci peculiarly so: A new Admin-
n 'January, 1S'20, whei) he took his seat istration hdd come, into power, and found
as;4 member from Erie county, to which public atlWirs in a state of the greatest
a. i I i V. ... . a ,. . (pr:in(rpiiii.nt Appnnntii li.irl Kpun ii'inrnr.
i wiuce uc was re-elected tne two Following ""v "'X . . ...v,ft,0
' 'years ly kept, peculation of every kind abound-
V,. K-.,' 1 ' ed in almost every department of the Go-
laients, integrity and assiduous de- vernment. the revenue was inadeauate to
voton to public busitifess, soon won for meet thei Ordinary expenses, the already
him thO COnfideOen (f tUn U n i- rft in nr.
' ---..ft-ft W l IIJO 11UUOI. ill (III
I ' . ' . .
policy, are enjoyed by the humblest in the ofc,.r ."h vi?P,1 nf th,. rovnlr nf
land, he struggled bravely with difiicul- his nomination! We should never feal
ties that would have appalled and crushed thfi consPquences when our rause is goor.
a less resolute heart. X old v has he won Ar(, our cause is not fhut of Zachary Tay-
nis iauie:s, aim lony may ue jnu to enjoy
UJlll C i.
d o-jt to ih
is comra'ies u.i
.ad killed :vi Ir.dian. ar.d tneg'.-cied to ft.n p
n ; in an ins!ant he .is-hot dead. After
isi.int li:" t:l Mi o'cioek next
n; a e-
The Course of Mr. Webster.'- lhis dis
tinguished Statesman has consented to at
tend the great Ratification Meeting which
was to be held at Baltimore yesterday,
and make a speech in favor of Taylor
and Fillmore. What a rebuke is this to
the twot factiohists who wHit into the
Convention from Massachusetts as Mr.
Webster's friends, and then fefused to a
bide bv the decision of the majority !
unexampled degree. It was a common
nmrli among the mefnhcrs, " if Fillmore
say it is right, we will vote for it."
(The most important measnrn nf
"rttl nature that came undurinc hissppvip
in, tho State Legislature was, the bill to
holish lmprisonment for Debt. In behalf
Cheering. The National ; Intelligencer
I - nn,i L:,..: Li.. :ji n nf TrJduv lnjf savs.
. . i J . . . , . i Imif nnd nttpptn'.nntH I a rp we 1. and de
. nT v . . . i.oori t mm ni.niir nnn t J""c -
l U llflCi UU 11 lll-iim I " " " "
lor, but of the Whigs of the Union. Let
us, when dangers are thickening aroiiirl
us, take our cue from his own conduct at
Buena Vista, when he said, " We have
got the enemy just where we wanted him;
how's the time to give him a little more
grape, Capt. Bragg! As our leader ne
ver surrenders, is there any one of his fol
lowers who intends to surrender?- An
emphatic response of " no' Then.it we
all pull together, we cannot be vanquished.
Before dissolving this body allow me to
wish prosperity and happiness to you all,
and that you may arrive safely to your
homes and friends again. I bid you a
m. ifnii. whicii we
v. i h !.o:ne effect
r ii i'
ing in magnitude, commerce and manu
factures were depressed, the currency was half of the Union, and, beside the New
derangedf, banks were embarrassed and York " Tribune," which hesitates but does
general distress pervaded the community, not wholly refuse to concur in the nomi-
To bringiorder out of disorder, to replen- nations, we have as yet seen but one
ish the National Treasury, to provide IWhig journal which does riot express a
means thit would enable the Government- determination to sustain them, heart and
to meet ihe demands against it, and to hand. To this determination we have
.. .O .Li J lUt . n ., I .. lUo in.liiclrv rf nr. ImiKl k' 1. at tl-rir.lt WhltT nrp!; Hfld
ttpat great and philanthropic measure, ! the country, and to restore its wonted pros-1 party will eventually comef
clare thisConvcntion adjourned sine die.
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ON hand the finest Regalia, Principe and Havanm
Cigar9. Also, the very best old Virginia chrwi:
tobacco, besides a quaniity of tine emokin? lobaeoA.
tf33 BROHWbi JAMES.
, LAXD DEEDS
Beautifully'printed and for sale here.
heiii to return
.t, lh'V le-rnovf.J
' reaen oi our "n.". i i:;-.. .n-
red sinaillv, le.t were 0 tiuavr'i to
oil' ail that weie shot, j 'I'i.ey con' i tried
wi:h w- uniil lhe uet morning, but mad- no
further attempts -t the fuif, nor have we f-een
any mote of themlsince. We lo.-t lhe w h !
of our provi-io!,s ut must niake nut to live on
green corn until wie can get a oppiy, " hicli I
. i i 1
he.'te l ii not be long.
If ou carry on ho cipedition against ir.e
Prophet this fall, ybu ought to.be well provided
with everMhing, as you may calculate n hav
ing every inch of ground di -puled, between this
and there, that they can defend with advantage.
Fout Il.i:uioN,Sept. 13.112.
Dear Sir : I wrote you on the 10th instant,
giving you an account of the attack on lhi-
ilaceTas well of my situation, which account
I attempted to .etid by water, but the two men
that I despatched in a canoe, after night found
the river so well guarded that they wcre oblig
ed to return. The Indians had built a fire oo
the bank of the, river, A short distanre below
the garrison, which gave them an opportunity
of seeing any craft that might attempt to pasi,
and were waiting with a canoe ready lo inter
cept it. I cipect the fort, as well as the read
..THE SENTIMENTS ;
" The hearts of ihe rc-p'r
for WAU."-LewUCaM, i .
I nncercly rejoice r t
.PEVCE. Aly.lif ha !
yet I look upon war at all t
circumstances, a a nr-.ti
avoided if cornpalible wi:!. r
Zachnry T-J r
" We miht smd!v r,
without bring hurl by if."
Le w ih (J; ' t
" The principles of .-u t ,"
a itsirue )lici, aic ; -of
othr nation, and t!..-.'
other c.iuutnes by cuti-jW ',.
our owu to fctarid on fij l'
Compare these together,
mine fr vourielf which i :! .
tian-Iike, humane, and
Ijocofoco Gratitude. V.
et up by the party ;.
President ot the United .v
ernor of North Carolirs..,
the Congressional cetisu.
for his glorious conduct .
censure the man who. i:.
er, contributed to bri:
war to a- glorious i ; .
sons who are so unmiti !l
obligations to its faithful
selves deserve at the 1. t:
try t Surely not its ra
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