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.Published weekly by Allmavd HjU, at Tuair. Dcx-taas Yka'r
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1803.
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Viu T, No. 331
from the Boston CmioirTiii
' National honor is national chttttity."
A DEMOCRACY has the same,
honor . to defend, and a Republic, ov
eldctive Domocracy has as strong povr
xrs to defend. U, as a Monarchy or A
'ristocracy has. ' '
Nutimat Honrr is an important
;themc arising from facts, ami princi
..i!es, whicli arfm.it of no strains 6f rhe
toric, or prolific allusions in'lanuage';
. but claims sober argument, and pre-
cine reasoning:.". . " .
There h is been hotechnical, accepted
Jcfi''fion .rU' nmorjp; nations, or s
i: i?.- I "v any amhorityamontnen ;
bij' v'i" rt I m. better informed, I
? h iJ (-''. . H, dn' equal, independent right
t3 th: exercise of sovereignly. What is
a right, what is mdepcnilekce, and ivbat
:. severeig'nty, maybe, as they- always
have been, though unnecessarily, th'ts
subjects of discussion and controversy.
Where thVre are no conventions., or
treaties among nations, there can ; lit
tio national rights . but the mdepender.ee
unci sovereignty of. difTcrent powers
point them to arms, ,to defend, what
they call their respective rights, jvfrd
thos rights k commensurate to, nrid 1
coextensive with xhtxtsireiigtn, 1;
The lam if nations has been the. snh
ject of declamation forcciUiurje'fiasty
and the most learned, and the best
men in Eui'op-, hare treated it 'with
reat attention ; but have not seen
their wishes accomplished, by an es-
tsblished. system . of, principles ac-
knHwlc(ii:ed by' all the world, or e.ven
" by the European powers. Good and
great men, are very ready to form an
opinion of mankind. merely from what
they wish them to be ; whilst others,
on an opposite extreme, despair of any
considerable decree of perfection in
morals, from a review of what they
conceive mankind to have been. The
course of nature will not be changed ;
!the tide will never suit every man'3
convenience, or the wind fill the sails
Tjf evert" tn-'uN fcarmii: ccwMn;r n
has wishes. That which 1s
for n.ie man, will be foul for ano-i,
thcr. ' jj
Bcfcrt; Grotius wrote his treatise '.;
Upon war a"d peace, a few centuriei l
?igo, th?re wvre nondequatd iceasoi 1,
, nation. I law .in Europe. Learning ij
naa neiore tuns? limes Deen connnea 11
-i 1 p- 1 !
pretty much t? tSe Roman. ciV;l law, j
which was established bv that nation, jj
when it posv.-ssed, in dominion, an ji v.ide our commcr.ee c must then, m
extent of co-iritrs preater t?i?.naU Ku- j a prudent) descrtet and nat'umal .maii
rone. Thrir civ'sl Jaw; correcting i ncr, reciprocate the, iitiur?,, with a
ths prinripl.-s, and modifying the go y
vcrnment of their
empire, r.xs oecn
mistaken by more modern writers
andeofidriviiians, asthelawof rationsf -
Abencus Centilis, who-was a learned ;'
Jurist, and was prrdWsr of civil law
at Oxford 5n l5So, wis betrayed mto
that error. When Grotius cme for- ;
wsr.li hisgrest Ictmlntr, and '.incom j;
mn:i rrarf h-ss, drmaftdrd the atten-jj
tion of Eurojv. What was unfinish- .j
ed by him, vas complied by, Fuf-';
Jendorf, and Vattcl. These writers ;j
are now considered as tha authors to ;
be studied, in erdcr to gain Jhorough ij
knowledge of the law of tut tons. Yet jj
the student meets with this difficulty ; ,!
Hst whil Grotius places all the prin" i
fles he trasts f upon the feeling jj
morality, Puffendorf, states tbrela- :
tian-bciwern nation to ttch c.'i.fxo ii
W no more than what Individuals in a 1
t'.ate of nature without the bw of 1'
ulety, are to eaiih other. VaUeUoni1,
the other hand, derives U obligatory
rules for the duties or nations, towards i:
esch other, from treatie! and conven- h
tions. This difference has a natiqnai
rigm, and cn never be compieTtiy
t-oncilcd. It wiH always exist in a
degref, beraus'? there never can be
supreme, civil tribuml, to e&tablhh
rides of decision among the powers of
the wrlJ. v
. . . a
Kotwithstandin;; all the learning
xpended on the subject, In some
countries, straigrs are robbed and
rsun'trt.U as they wera Uy B isiris
Xm of Egypt. The German, Arabs,
ailTartart, plunder stran'rs with
impunitv and without rrmone. Bus
"Tiis tncmioni levcrBi nn" -
tions. whert an adroit thief is consi
dered as a vrrf honorable character.
A Roman wniM not kill an enemy,
tit It Me rotnba' i an Indian will lie
it wait, l df'.rny lis foe by fraud. A
christian treats hi prison cY with
coirtfSfT. hut a Turk trtsti him
'ah cruelty asa 1svr. There is not
a yet, a standard, ctaMhed by a
f 'snrnt emtnt nf nations, as the
bU-autr d.Jcrea jbwers
xegnlatang ;their conduct towards
each other. Grotius places it on the
principle of rectitude, Puffcndorf
explains that "principle, by putting
indpncndpti nations on a footins- to-
wards each other, in the same fitancl- h goals may be uuurea witaout, a ytoia
ing as riUn is to man in state of ; t'ouof natianal honor. ,;Vhen foreign
nature. Soitld.we add one dictate of nations wage 'w'arrthij grant letters of
Christianity tqthis, da to alLmett' a. mark . ajjji reprisal against the "ships
ybu would have them to D 5to you" and goods of each -other of course,
the system, would"1 appear, to be com- D'TRb' vessels ; com mlssibndd iriay'ci
plete. r J hough this is not to he ex- I j'ture vessels of the IK: States Jcomyjg
pected in the present sJtpit of human, :ft om,'or going to thft-pot-t 'of the cap
nalure yet because perfection is not tor's enemy, tinder preeAce, or nisi
:to be obtained hei e, it will not fllow $icih,"of. tlyeic being-iwimjr's prbpef
that wc shall riot hold it in-viewi; alfd Vty, having false paper Ice. this even
nuke it the., Uih pursuit of our lives. !; though the property shbwVl hi- ton
y It in not practicable to throw an es- demned, is no violation cf oufc.natiQrt
say yponahe .Uiw of nations into, a if al honorV-beotuse the'- troedari icnd
gsizette' production ;r and .therefore
whit has teen said, "is 'only intended jj
as nn'intmritrtlnn tts wnt'itinn. thnf !'
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rhere the United States are without j
a treaty of amity", and commerce-with
any stverein power, 'there is a rle of captures out properly, and 'condemns
rightbetween'them,; according to thej it unjustty, refuse to rev'tsu the deci
)aws M nature and , morality ; . aild'' : sionsiif its courts, and to compensate
where they are. under such treaty, the" hthe suffering party, this may br may
compact contained in it ought teuton not be S violation of our public honor,
t;oul and govern the conduct of the or a cautcfor war,' as the evidence and
pkftics towards each other. - ' j. circtvm stances .ay be. ,' . .
i'' U.Don that "'-nos-itior4-' the "following ! When one nation invades the ter-
hypothesis ii groiH)teix; that every :
nation, without atcaty with" us, will
act for; what it sha'l suppose to be its J.
OMLn.interest, arid will consider tlt to J
be rigrit, WniCTt"It5rcWt:an arcom,- isll,
tare and rriorala, of which it wilt be iti1
own judgcvindepenrtent oi ui. we
are now trended -in' that manner by"
inpou, ana tners ot me juaipary
p6wers, which hnve bng"lev'tefi"ro1i;
tribulibn by force from the European1
sovereigns. , . V .-; ' '
We are in a convention of amity
and commerce, with all the powers f
j Europe, from whqsc enmity and' friend- u
. 'ship we have any thing to fer.or l!
hop. We therefor have no otLer
' concern in order to' oresere our na-
' tional honor with them, than to fulfil
' onr treaties on our part, and to compel ;
; them to- fulfil th same on theirs. j
This will be mendnff -t'j'C'Sr tbe 4
j an eqnal, indepeitdnt right to the fx-
erc$e of snertipnisu When the. Tri-
po!:.tans, with whom we 'rt?.ve no titrw
fy; attack our commerce on the snrt,
"which is jhe-ccniTioh hisjh way of nn-
110ns, and trie equal privilege, ox an,
we must attack them again cn the
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s of sclTdrftnce.
Should ai of the European powers, .
contrary to their treaties" w:h- us, in
hop; i cnmntltbemto redts;and
vms vmaicate "vitn pnacrauon, our
njtinnal hmtrhy prr.ervin our t quel
hitbinJ-nt right ti ;Ae exertise of n:
tjt".,tls,frigatr. Put here we aro
to distinguish, with the learned wvi
j ter llynkcrsho k, nttr!,. Gronns,
I'uffi ndrf, Mjiteuieu and others,
wiu is a jHt camp ,01 war.
When Hhc -nations with svnon
have no convention, shall capture
.hips rr interrupt our commee cm
the l.ifth sas, We must resort to tin
la1 of rcUliation ; and when those'
with whotn we have conventions, shall i
hsue letters of matlujbr commissions I
for cptitrin? tur slrps, contrary to
the 'jirit of their conventions ahd
tccaties.it wiH amount to ail abantfan.
mcnt of the-ctnvcntional rights, anl
be a hist cause of vHr. JnVr.nf
that is the tju! tr,aef,rnj,-nt r.l
19 the ixe-tin cf scvrret?ntu is the
foundation cfr I comMerclftl trtat'tcs,
h of a'd conventions of amity. These
treaties and conveniens, may
render some part 6f a national Hgit,
r lite reciprotation 01 o.ntrs as im
twtaut to Its latereM, but' fiaruwa
flon iri not, twir ct'u it ever be abridg.
1 ed, or surrendered by fttch tnnven
lions, ioc rnomfnt national iiontr
ia surrendered, t-t pirty easeito be'
ascvertifn pover, mi there arc, 0?
course, r.o parties to th compact. ,
The equal rietl tnavigtetl tea
is in induperrjitle aKndaf.e to so
vertiapi y, and cannot be taken f-atrs
onQ power by snothtr, without a vb!a
tion of its public honor. 1 '.,...;
But in conventual of commerce,
there ar commoner, compacts la rc
gtrd to contraband fools in time of
war, aud other regulations, the lirtacM
of wh'.ch ren-lcf vcuels li-ble to st!i
tire. Vt:1s taken fram suth caus
es cannot be shI t be tepturtJ ; tad
even if they s'it.uld I tif jus'ly ion
dermied, yet the form of tht procedure
excludes ihe U!r4 of ill being a slU
tion of ntionl honor, or a hut cans
for a war. The subject .U pro
petty is thussioUteJ, will comptin t
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bis ewn government, the ' envoy of
which, will demand an. indjinm Sta
tion, of th power, whose officers have
i tione wron?. There is one tijer in
stance, where the" property oLindivi-
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process, Is groiimled in format lst, ! -'
upon factis', which- if true, would make hi
the nrnnpWv r.antiiVrd ronfisr.fttaWp !
the ,existin.3 treaty between :us nn44
the captors Slvou'd ths pawer which
rifory of nnothnj, there is no .othtr j
appeaj, but to arr.is, nor east the honor I
ottlii? invaded nation be ytndicatta by
- .any other measure.
7 't'hcVc is one en!
nse . ihih does not
appear to me to be settled by writers
on nntionul ; law -Whcrefone poAver
defciand of a neutral sovereign the
privilege of inarching an arm V through
ajsy part tT his domtritons to attuck an
enemy. Tjiisj nrj lia
law of nation, be complied with,' or
refused, ancircumstances may require,
without giving just caiwe of war,
to . either of the bf"!riT:erc'r.t pow-
mar) not 1 improper to
few wortts 'on the snbioct of a war, '
i one his been v. hj-mnrltf Lvtit , liv r.
certrirf party, against Stance and
SpVm, on the subject of lonisiaa
That fine country was. d'ucdvi ril
i ty. Ferdinand dc isotto,,! .,,Qpbrd.;;a
ism ;.auvrwnicw ti!.f renew surveyca
ond took poMssion of it, nd in ln
reign of Le XlVth, a coVtvAry w?s
i f irmed, and the usimI acts of coloniza-
tiop, by sending fictV, .armies, nnd
; seuiers, crc eyrrtro. in 1703, tne
territory v .1 ccdid to Spaui by the
. t. TL.'
rr-'prvli crown, .x nc f.?.me year,
rio'rid.is, w'uir.h had "Wcfor? heTj,
fr aegt chan?' under the trnminiin
cfVrarc and iuin,,ws crd-.td totbej
'crnwn of Eiis'iand ; ai d In the pen4
f-l 17B.1, viv after coiiucsf, again
ftded Uv Spyn."'t,fie- treaty, which
ceuea wai country :o apain, recognu-
fcrt the nfjependtnee of t,is United I
L States as apaitf in lire war. which it j
' terrr'mated ; n1 r t-t-u'.-d the rioridis
'"d Loui'.una firtHijlr Ijmits, but )
ijave them a rihtcf nrvijnMon dvn
tl.c Mis.issippi to the sra, and a puir j
lege of storum goovls at NeaMirlcf -
j 1 lie peace UuVecn Enl.md, rranri, 1
j'l'Jr.ridas and Louisiana to the kingcf
j: Spain ; and tl.a Savertixn has lately
made a cesnion ofthfirt.with l.o'ii-i.:U
to tile French republic,
Upon this rl.iin nimp!e of focts
5 have been urged to become a t irty
in the F'.ropesa svirs. There vss
one circun;stancf , wlti.h on the priit
tif'lts I have mainlair.fJ, tni';ht, or
might not have been considered as a
eauseofwar. Th Sp;ili cowman
! uant mtcrri!ptert.T'if tm, Rm Ii e J
held ty treaty with Ins sovereign, of I
! hiding our proluce st'Nrw-Orlcans.' j
(This went towards destrjving the Wne- 1
! ft of our naviga'ion on the liver." Had
1 inn nreni rn act pi 1.1s govc-nmsn;,
! it mlgSt lave been a cau.for war.
1 , .
Futon examination, tt turni it ti
1 be n more than a wanton siohtioiof
that officer's duty. ThNfone shews
the propriety of a pisnt iafrstl;ition
of an lnj.iry,beforc t nation sh;ll resort I
to the and most dreadful re-;
m?dr, j - ' " 1 " !
The matl cant- af rsr," trre I
by the hii'l federd pirtv, (it they
Clrto to rill thrmuSra.) v.s the
Ute cession ef LiwiMU r St un to
Franc, ltow aAy rcun of comm'tn
understanding cciiU suppose, w aHfcwt
in tuppjse, Um our Mtitul ht wii ;
hjure 1 by tl.rtto npjtU is man the ,
mjrttertii ofpsrty points t ruir trade,
ntvitin.exicin f rrrritory, nnl its
ncn I ;-s fi n it:c. tl snr.e si be
fr:. Kjt w ').'tt r.v r:resr vi
fur v.r.j :t ;r-
... t . 1 s
ttoU ti it
fie 01 i k
One fotttidation oTthe ctafabr was,
that the French repuLiic, was a hostile
troublesome tiatign, , and of course
"would be dangerous fieighbors.VThe
same reason woujd justify our sending
an ariny ..to France, to riake War upon r
tthem,and wuld justify the riati'oiis ift '
iMirope to tall upon them, in a time oh
pfofound peace, because they might
oe dangerous in a tim of w ar 1
W The French nation ara th'o same
people nojw that'tV.ey .were when ve
fgladly' engagd them in our necessary
.defence in ' 175'?, when they sent us
'their ship$ ' and armies to fight our
hatt!,es-j;ahd siibplied'our empty trca-
suHesV It may bt"said, that they then
c of i
had a king ; but: we all know, that
w waascsisUibljr urged by the oic
j:he nation tfe the measure, r They "are
,tiow thjt same nfction, and under the
iarne'governmciit, i they, wer when
i rcMuciH-Aoaraj. inaae treaty oi
amity and commerce with them, which
they have n.jer ' yet violated. Jrotn
whence then arose all the chmour fbr
war win it from a regard to our na
tional honor, hation'al interest j or, from
the resentment cf a disappointed tfnd
revenge ful party ? 1 r .
. This is a crisis Very htirkirtanVto
our nation. .A war with' England,' o
peris our northern frontiers to an ' in
vasion from and tlfrough the Canadas,
Nova-Scotia, af d N:w-Brunswick j
and exposes our commerce; to a (lcet,
wnicn cuMjimanus tue ocean. A war
with France and Snain,-t'ndangers our
southern states, ami may demand our
besf men from N:w-Erigland to defend
them aijajnst, perhaps, armed oefcroes.
nouia v ananuon them ancy are
.uua'jie 10 ucicmiineinscivcTnu woura
become th. provinces of the foreign
powers. ,The Nwfagknd Palladium
! .cajfteVef, from its name, or matter,
;w;ttc us euectvaiiy to mis. a -war
S w'th any of the powers of Kuroiie,
shuts up Uie Mediteriunean-. fromis,
i aitnihHatv-x'oVir commerce 'there sub-
"crts finr rrivonur . nl (1rni.a ,V
reat advantages ,of the ccminerce of
me woria j wnicii we have, nowm nut
Si hands, while wc lM uninterrtimedlr
y,hctrihbtot4. Hf1?h'4o the exetcist
h 7 jvry, we v ia ocinpeurc.
' , M tvrLAIN? TRUTH,
J.'rm the Huston Chronicle.
t " And so tleV'wrap it up."
i "rN.tnv last t khv.n-ved, thft repiWiH
errs wbs-e obliged to contend against
tr.e ltf.uialists 111 a spcfics of skirmish-
'ifamdsgiiy to au Indian warfare.
V, luu you rnuv. one party, another
arocars irt a t!l!TL'ri.iit .miHt-i-
place them'rltft in various position
and as nn'V;;gwaiTt' "is nnittd, thev!
repair t-. ?r.oth r. Atarertfn
w Lact of ILt'Mr was l ie rh-fn.
fr-n of the day 1 he hsd a vast bundle
of clues, (somewhat similar t abun
d!s fjndiui t irons) which fed to
immerse discoveries. Ddijng tht ; ad
ministration ofC.i.'.W, the federaVistl
14 wnp them selves up," as snug as a
iug in a hUiktt.' While GouVloe was
tV.ts arrtitl rnp s-pre, they looked
wor.ilemr.snUe. A shrdgcftheshoul-i
, d;r a ncl of the head, or a snuint ofi
j the eye, were s.inils jrtcrding the '
t - t
late t, the Ur'ted statet. Uritski men
n m -htate-strttt; t ppaTe'd prligpiSsly :
It krov iiig they wire buried ig ron-'
l teairUUon, tndfoiil'a'Son t ecchbvt-
it itandcr waiehd the fannior. .ftifff.1
vorof their fvtntcrisnccpftlte'r I'su fi
moved upwards, .it fs the signal oi
warr ifthty htiril-i rrrprndieidar'
poiiii tU-r chnrc t as dw'itfil. but j
if thvy placed their arms a ki nb in a I
hrt-tile attitude, ihrn the rlnion ofj
dnih and devdation sounded through!
every avmueof Uibnvtru;dis stnelis
rnst rtr f, II by tl is tl ernpmettr in.
lur.M.re was suspended on their frown
or smiles, and'eter article of cVjd-
meree rested cn th- Harlequin f.ttf
ines't pr,tm n jmiiiicuns.
After Gjnd'at .mA
in tue manuc f I tnt I'.uminati,
e'i with ar trimttntd Mrc .U.,l
In the bhl afihe ship 0,
.'.-. 1 his
soTcnnfpeaorer arteatenie ur.
fice. ' This M a Ur-rfe asylum,
and the fodfr'ms rnn under It lika
ant J .. v.L '. . 1. . t . - r..
winl. They found howteer they ex.',u wmp theinselrabp,' In a emetlii',
pieUhjnlrfs to ei liculcf y taklnrfli torn and Ute red f Fabri'jtH
fanctusry imlei si Rims a covering, ,r'JU wt way, h!t U,rrt, Urn
atdlh-e m left their fl".? Doctor! and Jw hjt arw.iher. .!
HfadlKa iniriif.rvtfon ariinr from I -the party iin a lerril lc i;li;-f. ii-rf
hU cted ility at lf i:i..Th?f didBftt! irtm bu-nirr i t!. W(n
tbemscltei up fon w.tVui this
1 " 4 J ;
Tv - rUtilTiU'r - 2btlLftJ.p!c -
, and other 'surprizing pteomersx fc
' lowed in quick succession. $Yhcy
served as occasional urafbers arid vn-
der these sable habiliments thi? Esse
jmiiu ir.ai.aixu uieir prvjecis wim a
much security as Guy Faux Villi liiat
dark lantern). . "'" ,' ,
lle iedera.nsts generally a
Pointer who scents for the whole pack, .
l hey trust to his, sagacity m all thcif
pursuits, and when he stirts the gams
they all commetfee the chase, till tb
?M. hound rives tt e signal to retreat1
, and then with aU4h'obsecjuiousne3
' ofpfoppies " wrapthcmeVvesup,wUb!-.
in their respective kennels.-Duririsr .
tthis ." paW not one of them dar
jwajf hit taiU: " . t.V.r;1 '
" Pa the lutteet ftf New"-6r!caw 'thl
pian nas oetn ailroniy prosecuted.
. Ross blew the horn ftlomsj'la-
foaand others 'r.everbei'.T'.cd theechef.
Fabrictus and his associates swelled
the note of -' . ' . ':) : , ' .
" Hark ! Hark 5 don't ycu hear .
' The. sound jfi the daW.' '. '
upon the 8oundbf which:. the who!
Hdy'of sportsmen respon'sedlhe joy
tUI MUV.IUIIUXI IUU, vy V. , 1 1 1 (
i( Tte chassis begun we declare'.'-
while the. .Spaniard at New-OrlcanV, '
were described as .
with fifteen thousand . Krntu-.kVast
pursuihg them, till the .''i
''Poor rogues sink, struggle, Sc clij.T
Fabricious, it seems, was to cqmolA
at the death ; but alas, the hounds ri
all in faiU. llisTathietihrations aj-i
a scries of lamentations, becaus lii
had not the satisfaction qf sccinqf gar
merit's rolled in Ulod, and tl. p'eA
sure of traversing a territory V et v.'i'.Ji
human ore. . He appears -Vnry' a
his disappointment. Likeatrtmrpoi
matt he had rathot' obtain ly'a cbn
a lean hare hot syonn'aHlulliftjf: pr;
all its sanguinary and expt-rVive, j-, &
gress,' than tftttted t'plfhy a pc'icrK
negotiation. ; He had ratlit-r vcr.U'A
his ht ck over "a five. VaVvcd grd ju
purs.unoi ins game, man acquire la.'f
I times its value, by an arairaldeacci
; modution.'' 'He is a buck of tiie.fi rl
; watrrf that is ' nviy bragiw'.ociav V r X
the last roan whowl'u'.d harird iiimi
sdf in the fieit( of t!angM'. Ii i?
Itruc he would Jeep over a five, fail
:);ite in pursuit of a .timid hate,, bu
would sculk under a hay mound. ifslet
iiotilt h ilt Jo attack Jiim. Fa!r:ciovi
hns predicated his whlo "system o?
v.ai fare aguinst France cn the" hzii
ground of ti m'Jity ) hevauntlnglV pro
poses 3 take New-Orlcansbeqaijsr
tvs hr) the Frehch cannot oppostf
us." i.ika his b,other JflijfAai, Ji
looks to the- BrHUh nation -for telp
' like a eoKsrd he places sll his .df pen-
danf e'nn t!ie n,.iii tif ht nnivinpiitt
''dance on the hudililt uf his ocnoneirts.
"e dues not come forward iittLesuti- ,
- tt,u''if',lris6nalvafor or national prow
1 1 but substantiates all hii hrotm
W fcat be Hintjosei iht Iretiib.
ratmrt rfn." He is valiant, not like
Don Quixotic, ' wh-) 'hought l imself.
omnirKitent, h it like Sancl Pffnra
whd trusted wholly to the bravery cl
his knisht. He declares, rtthit France
could not send a soldier.to prctipy tht'
country, and even Stptett had eotht.
ed, wss destitute of all means, of r-
tuldi4bjng end promotlhg actl-ny. 1
Miis is thcciise, why 1 a the feflerai
parly been t jmrotis upon the in
ronds of France i Why hava thev
altrtntdthe countrVjttr.l'f rnOi
wuiild be dsngrrftin'ncighbors f ,y 1
hav- 'iCtf suggr-ted the Mte ide
tTittt the western territory would
their hand I How coeU'
!.-Ll- lil ic". II if it.- fnk' m .
establish and provide AlUny in!.o.?
isiana v- .vir. kom, rn.. t. t
cnatha declare, Me reverse, they
say, iUe dTj not take . Iramtdinc
pow Minn, .i,9t Buenipartevi
tgtiih Mt, tlC 1)Uef ntin oC (ne-;
T-ratf'i States. How absurd then i
the reaseninjr ef FsWloioua. ,lt ..l.u'
brother war-haaks art r'ght jj theic
iTTuuuoni 1 one a nne thtng, end.
wtner ay anoii.err abriciua, and
1 isco-8fljut3rsarealariap(e. Hl
a U pause, far ycur rrichiv men are ;
pu, aiMlMorri. ar tnnti
In oppo",iK,'n, a tins rer,rbrran aw'
fe Jtriilitt. When utV'e;! , f K ,
ratters niMgree wHocart berome t'.'.
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