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BALTron; ii. , c, c crpsinx, is, ic27.
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LAWRUNLY. h. LliMAY.
ft. 'IMS. S-tittriteiami lu"re dolVes ar
, .n. V' tw will V ai aMliaal at boat
i. n-wf ia arhaar. .! popr 4iana.
trt atlae.nrtiaa "' K-hlnrs, aalrv all
. . ar paid. , .llrer IkhoKi, rx
. . jj t.l'm lortel thtv luuc liar one
!lir. nl torwv-ne eor It rcl r.miim.-
, AH lettmi to tV edaera ntl teaott-
TIIK STAIL V " ; ' ' "wWorsiMt la Mr. Oayj thai Trcriiiwt'aauVrabfacaaJt WU
, a. L . Ji U rmJ,,! Kt' ' ,V".U' frww bsieatio. tavot.fo,
1J .N JflVlorBfi'MI Bltilt GCzrfU, rs 1TrU il.U rbe derJ.rUon oi Gtwn) fMaic.r IMM(Ua:ia4Imag
PiJk4. weekly, T T , I Jacksno. that kt would apet tar m agl uWt Si IU ttM 4 ail U
mK" -Secretary oi MUa. aula aaaa buste; abicfe I have. eujad. wrra girra U
happy iaflaeaee oa as. CUy and kt rw!i .?psjSt.r ia. will of th people of (fee
Toe object uf w ' Butataii, . in h Lie biatrial tW Cave. aad a-tth a ovtvect uodV-r-atatora1,
it to' fused at fur at fmte.bt4 a--l Mwltaf p li part of tiuae vlaa fwrt tlwn,
fatM the Wipmwio ifwd Iia v tha bcTr ' lew rieeptxMU. tkat .(frJJH, m
qf comi(n propmitUir, tad kmc tb Aa- -rW j wrMa,aiAaMiiv.lr. C'f
tinetoi,tiMit a difTerr, fctcnli T tSuttt. Tlte fcefcvrtl I tui'mr Ait-
Htc.s aitJihatM n. Jack. ll WiU i1 th-clcd, ITio puafer aiU u:row
1 apanipa a accorrUoce iU tHcir vahc
Ta prop!, (or ikr iiiiereat. ia4
wih m way, mmdMr. CUn. fr J i4m
vmWm WtuMar.' l"le aiiUami ulcr.
nfmr CU)r were preferri to th Ul anl
iMfrrat uf tfc ftrople, a mr, Cfay wit ac.
coniMi'ly a.xjc srcrrHuT of Sute.C Kat Utr
aaruoiia of iic, TrijJa ara noM full
uJ eapliCit, ai an apoltg tor ha atcrraMo
frutn dtj, in tus f ol fur lur. AUuta. Mr.
Tn.uole wHa liia eon ui cola, - w (mr.
Tnroble and - inf. Ctay) certaiiietl JliaJ if
'. Jafc,iM Wac4oM4, ti waaltl Hot up.
,toit m Cfc.f -ccretn- of State. Wi thoo
1 4d rVatucd aW, aio. mr. Adana sluiuLl b
row Tmjt traa.
MU. Prril WAN'S" STATEMENT,
viince 'h uMitmlionofiheeorreapoiMl'Mtfo
hrinWT Iknrra! Jarkmn and Sir. Carter ?V
verly, pulilie nfwrla'irm 1 on 'fce
'.ipliie to learn llir ititin im, alrhvtjih tNp
ita'cnx t romlr by Mr. nurhanan it not a
lull Itawl Vtn 4'1'Vipated, it crrtli li,a
-inn . to Ix romp!or iiihatautiatiwi of all
. tt vnnmn "mad.' Ii v IV n JarVoi. A
to h pinrrteH. h'frtnl bf the Al ! o'' KSor
rea. jr b 1 acoril that mr. Hueliaoan, to
for frn acqUtinr mr. Ular froni rhe ebair
4 bargain, r tprroir efhivr it call
rii iiym v lK editor of the Inlel Stain
TclrpH i OrloW. lJJS. .to eiptaio the
rauara wbirb injuclj'nm 'O lltcconrcr
rati."t illtilrl to aUorc with Of v nj Jackvtn,
mr. I'.urhanxn. t h rrpr X4 tb f. J tnr of lit
16b Oc'ober fnanif.irtt no riMto fcuxirty
lo protent hi iam4 ffon iriBnij ir emv
neclio Uh the aubptaml itoiatt jtMost
it appearing in.the eolumia. pf ttio l elo
IfTHili ot any othep en,s!,T' t ' iUe-
trtet the eonrlu ling jrt of Mr, Ilucbanan'i
nni"i'r:.tnn tn. J. ;icrin tunr opm
.m with rrjatil o tfco defree-of ionormet
.r gtult of the pny acouoed. 0stel(it t.
Lf-'Li'-n ' Irttcr " n lioimg wr. i;i:iv it mo
" T'l,rin Rw'''t uiToriling an UoiH
rahlr -cquittal,' 0t frif h! oflieiv J rVm,!
with murli pl-itiibilily, contend that thi Ift-!
.t " ill hr found in eery Htntiitl point to
mroborate 'I of len. Jacknon, anil fiarm
n- nmonjr '" many link of eirciMtanial
i,lence uliiclt mutt atii every refle-iirp
mind ihnt the ejection of Mr. Adams wiiilir
r,- iU of " corrupt, arrangement with Mr.
Since tlie trrminatino ofllie lal Preiden
ial election, wliirh eentutl (ia tlic aclefi
tioy of John Q. Ad:ir. it h beep believed
hnt there ! rfect uiKleratand'nfr V'e
f ween (ho friendi of each, that if Mr Ailm
eluted rident, Mr. Clay would be
Tnri'le hi 5i?errfiii of State The relative mt-
iitiou hctwren ticn. Jsiakion and Mr. Clay
bci Ii hrallv mid ptlitical'y the conduct rf tlie
bitrrtothe General, both before and after
I'o bad been ejclucU-d Iron the Houae of He
I res'-niatives by the electoral collegia, were
ironp ssstiranoes that he U'ottld aupnoit Gen.
Jiick-m. They wre not hint less tlian ove r
twrnnwde to Gen. Jackson by lr. Clnyln
p-ofria persmia.Tit fitr what ptirpote? When
ii.. ii''ioii ni the Seniino! war was before
the H inse, it is known to the coinmtimty that
Mr. Cbn indulged in opprobrioo epithett a-
gainst 'he General, for which reason they
bad imi been on terms of intimacy. Howe
vi", as soon at Mr. Clay difcovered tien.
J.-Uson the -most popular in the electoral
collets, and consequently with the people,
he allays his ttisry feeling, and approaches
tlii Oenewl untlei" the rjoa'i of friendship
congratulate Jif(n on having, received the
jrrea'rst pnsnber of electoral votrt, and tells
hi in be dnnbtt not but What he will be the
riesident-of th United Ute. At the time
Mr Clay thus approached Aen.' .lackson, he
ell knew it laid in the power of him and hi
fi-iimds to elect the President. Tfl this eon
eratnlation. the General did not reply, by av,
inp 'lut in that event, you shall be my prime
minuter. After tliifcnnirratulatory tneclmsj on
the one side, and thank yon. sir, on tho other,
we presently find Mr. Buchanan a.pproar.hinjr
Gen. Jackson with much caution, introducing
i. ....l..'Kt ..1 ftA C.a.iilnnttal lftmn rrl
.,l,..ririnWtn nmrum from the General a ' 4t'"' "f hat tlie-object mr. Clay's friends bad
7j.." - ' (n'i.;rta',nn n. in view ui disclosing these overtures.' wa to
- Tlie f4C ,t; hemre (1m -1flW.- mm
Clay and hi pa-ticilUr frnx)d"l)1'mr' kib
am I'rent.Krat, ad WI . Adams iijnili
a'ely thereaflee.fnwde mr. txiv Sowotiry of,
Srate. Thie peojik; 1H'dra ttitir own infer
ences from such 'conduct, au-H fruji, the ri'r
rirr(Mik.'f nonneisnr d with it. Ttey'will jidt
- It is well knowu tbat mr. slarkley was a
firm ami tealou partisan of ror. t'ioj that lie
often visited mr. tltlchsnan at h'.s fcoiirjin
ho-ise. It is al well k iuwn that Oovtrnur
A'.' and mr Cm- boarded at the stne hous
with mr Buchanan, tf is moreover el
known that Mr. Mjrkley was one of several
o ho were operating npou mr. Uiicbuiiaii, to
ascertain wli:it would 'be Jone for A'cntuclrj
in oase General Jacluon were elected Pri-si
dent.- Mr Buchanan beiiijf influenced bf
thce reaort, (as wastefore o! rved, tintjl
he believed it was necetury and oruper In as
certain whetlier Ue (Guneinl Jacksun) would
content to pledge hinihelf not to appoint Mr.
Adams Secretary of State.
That Mr, Buchanan was first satisfied that it
was prnpri to obtain this information, and the
means w taken to induce him ko to think and
so to act, as i fully mads out by his statement,
"I thought General Jackson owed it to
himself.' uu'd to the cause in which his political
tiienrt were engaged, to contradict this re
port, and declare that be would not appoint to
that ufbee fcie man, howeterwortby he migat
be, who aiojd at tpe head of die most formi
dahlcpaily of his pol ticil enernics."
1st. In renewing mr. Buchanan letter fur
ther, ami receiving it a a correct statement.
substantiating a it does the averments of Gen
eral Jackson, we may safely ilraw tin- curu'lil'
siun that he (uir. .llucauaiu was' under tho
persuasion that Mr. Clav and friends would
vote for Gen. Jackroii, if the totler would sav
lie would not continue inn Adams Secretary
2nd. That tnr Adams' friends had ntready
been holding out the. idea in ca.te that be were
elected, Mr Clay might probably be ofl'ered
the satiation" ot Secretary ot Stwte
- 3rd. That these facts carte frmti the friends
of mr. "Olavf br W mr. ' Ai.ku' friends' hd
made such proitositions to the friends of mr,
Olay, it is muiiifust that mr. Clay's frjeutU were
the only persons who would disclose tlicut.
ah. :i'K.. . ..i,:.r-i n. nL. r.i. I,,
oi oiate. . Jure i:ien ism iat;, it nut a
tuner ensrf;-" specttic tccuwiiou Oy a
raj i:lle accuser, lor, bulb in bitcircu-
r-ainl oue uf li,s alcciivuccring ijieecncOie-
c:ttge mr. Clay uli nvatnnf a ' aram
uh mr. Adams, fur be Ays lit direct terms,
that we aaceftaiut'U distinctly. W lio as
certained ' JUUtuttff Mr. Cly, mr. Trimble
nd the ret of the Ucli fttion from Koniucky
vrlio vtMctl tor mr. Allans. , Mr. Clay was c
tjuajly a pariiciMtnt-qially fully of bar,
gaming away the njflu. ut lu conatituva:
w.tU tur. Iruoblc. It UI be rtadily couced-
ed ilut, by Uic ibrise, Wo distinctly ascct.
amed, ' there ttiuit hive been a conference
between the friend uf mr. Clay and mr. Ad
ams, oihi-rise it ts repugnant to reason tu
iiilri' itnulit bava bceu " mUiict!ii ntcartutn-
ed that If Ate. -fJnuM thuw'J tx electe t Ar vnuld
afjfxn it Mr. Clay Sacre'try f Stat.' ' -
I o mkc up an opinion on this sootect, we
iBitt look to fucU, ainl not to liia opimoiu uf
mi. Hucbanau , ,
.4 .1r. .i Lirl. irv't nniUtiientM were fur Jnchnn,
it was prudent fur mr.' Markley to vote for the
General. Tliourfh he urmicd .tli.t coirc hi"
his vote orpuA the Presidential question, no
doubt to secure a re-election to Congress, bit
subservieucy, nevertheless, turongUouX tun
Orttcst 'o mr. Clay nude In coosluuenlt tu-
jiecium, ami which is strengthened from the
circumstatice-ot mr. MarHlry appointment
to lucrative oflice in PhUadt IpJiia. r No man
tact stated by tien.' jacitson, was, mat ir.
Duchanau infoi-med him that ' he hud been ;
informed by the friends of Mr.' Clay, that the
friends of MK Adams had made overtures td '
them, taymfr, if Mrt City and hit friends
would unite in aid of th election of Mr. Adx
ams, Mx.Xlay louid be "Secretary of Statej
hat the friends of Mr, Adarps were urging as
n reasoti to intluce the friends of Mr. Clay to
accede to their proposition, fha? if I wa elect (
ed President Mr. AJutns wotifd. be' continued
Secretary of Stale, (i'mendo, thtf would be
no room for Kentucky?) that the friends of
Mr. Clay stated, the West did riot wish to s
parate from the West, and that if 1 would say,
pr permit any of my . confidential friends to
siv, that in case I was elected President, Mr.
Adartis should hot be continued Secretary of
State, by a complete union of Mr. Clay nnd
Iiis friends, they would put an end to the Pre
sidential contest in one hour;" Mr. Buchan
an, in his statement, in the Lancaster Journal,
says'4' that Mr Clay's friends were warmly at
tached to him, and that he thought they would
endeavor to act in concert at the election
that if they did so, theytu!d elect either Mn
Mam or Gen. Jackton, nt tlteir pleaturt; Mil
that many af them vow never cgree to vote for
the 'utter, if they h-netB lit had predetermined to
f-efer anetfier to Mr. Clay for theflnt ojfice in
giftf nnd thai tome of the friendt fM?
Adam had 'already been Mding mtt the iit,
(hit in caS he -mere elected, Mr. Clny might
probably be offered the situation of Secretary
uf State.", - - - . .
Mr. Markley, (one of Mr. Claj 'a frjends,)
whilst ponversing witMr. Btfchanan, advert
ed io the rumor then In circulariqn," " ths
Gcr.. 3ack6ii, should lie" be elected Presi
dent, had resolved tol crnifinue Mr". Adams
Secretary of State." Mr. Markley urged Mr.
Eucbatian to call on General Jackson, and ob
ta;t) a Cintradiction of the report,, and ob-sei-red,
that the Western member woidd natur
ally prefer tnting for a Wentem man, if there
vat a probability that th dmmt of Mr. day in
'A tecmd office: i the, Gwtmmeni iiewW 6
ftirty estinmtedj and if they thought proper to
vote; for General Jackson, they could soon de,
tide the contest in hit fvor!" -.'" r '
ii '; Htm then it is ceMainly admitted, as the t
pinion of Mr. Markley and nt. Buchanan,
that the western members would flaturally
prtfer voting for the viettern, candidate, if
there was a probability tbatthe claims of Mr.
tlav lotlie State Denartment should be fairly
estimatedi and that if Gen7 Jackson should
say that MA ' Adam would not be continued
beeretarv of State, it trtieht be of'irrtat ad
vantage io the election of the . fenerat so to
laclare upon hit, authority., Aml w.hy, let
mr. Markley answer the incwir?- e aid "jfi
thev f Mr. Clav and his fnotKlsl thoiicht pin
per to vote for General ' Jackson hcy pould
n decide " the contest in -Hit favor ."
"Could mak him Pwident in one bour.V
Mr. Bucbaivan tell tit hi ressow for, Uiis
U upon General Jackson. The rumors h
... had beard, and the .important fact eommum.
fcated to hin) b mr, Markley? that the friends
'f mr. Adam. Wad nrnioised tohiake mr. Claf
oeetetarv of States if mr. Adam were; elected;
d lest thi statement of "facts should cusbot
f ie U inference that ht wat tsullTOind-1)y
mr. Clay and his friends to make term aaio
votefffhe now savs that he wa not to autfiw-
rised. New let it bf. borne in mind, that mr.;
Buchanan' avowed object, at the time M had
bOvlikt fcv tk XL
;Ut Mr. YTctwtcr
lK. IUiley viepPeiaV
sc ti n'vt
ideUocy tWra aroulj kur beet in ak
AUmnts to WT'.W BQCil a Itlur, am J ,
twitW. 1(4 wi wiHtlJ that seek ttt
cwodliate the Ftumf party tr nrotnit
tf a M ( V II Ja a. " I",
tiiiat iw iiienut t ueurr v-iart PT ..n . i..k . rlM
rr' tKe !WlTtrj, ip r- M akii.wl,!.'.rsl f -l,t tUl Mr. VV tWer
V ti4t ' witil no frelinjr of A parity 1 via latimi!y aoitaierml wltlt tS kAivt
wtnlt ' Mr . Ailatti ft, wry i Lt , a4 'fix twill
diJTereit ar tk Wlinwa J tr man aytw. K-ttar li.kpy's, to tm. he wwuUt
" t fUHl fatf tl aiaV All. ILavkUVl laaVJMl -tt fit III i W
tr.tr, thae't Hue, rdt hu.yt U- ere aeratcbed but. and m,Kb ktrongeV u
Utan tlMM stsrd by lUilev uttAn i mtd in
fwrkty la wq--i' f '.' t.-r U
PiwU(Mrv to tk-e!.'e b'" ha wul fret a
tinjt I trtfcr a J tats. . 1 i. 1 pmpr r r,
fcjw!oly trmm th mo'ix mJi t: ; i 1 N
ward thecitiient sf Nf iutc.ui
bat we speak with the frankaesii winch
beenmet th avcasioo. If it b htlrel
Irvi that Virtne it the of Reputr
l the) m tlie ctunw -wkaVa .Mf.-A-dm
i here -chttrge-l wits). (Mirstnif,
an worthy of bin coontrj, and aowurthj
nf the bi'-h :kict lot w:iiclt ha hat num
proinMed' - i - . rv.
We will not ft ike-prtttixt,
into (be wthor;bjectt 'wliiclif haa
traC ttfit wi (!-- ftttritaa of til fMlbhve
atteutisi: 'Kvcr tjajr iacraaHsU4
ferest; a on! rhe time U tomto hen tire
jpMJ will iieun.l lite nust J Couitleiv
intrewttntrnsi at nv -peii iv isu w .
ci-et niiit' scene Cj the. toaottr at
Wat tlwre that. tf-atlfrr oU,
i)iiiweisi Measrs Allans'- alxlv4 Li a
that intrigue, a.inaveiuia .tml tmjr
gain, but ween the present Pieiileni'H
tha Untied States ami hi Secretary
of State, which hare been au freueoity
aaaerted and rirniftlf - Iha qttealtotiM
aatuiugiiw interest, Its new witBua-J
esanpaar Oelore the poUlic. vmtai
tu AmoKinUlh with anrae curiiiwi.
Lt the iVieiitU of Mr.' Cbtr'aljue him
much aa the? please," the will cut
den to: him the ptxmession ot great
nbilitiea; attr will they prejume t dnv
tliat he eitjnywl dunosj tUe lat election
VrrJtLmJ rmm AoWiW.. Wtbster, a
refcmaj t the lette drorwd this to be
Ilia caaeL bkI bacvw full aahs&ed Ur
(Webster) after rh'V rra th letter to
litinri4-a.irtl leaT.-ral atewibef uf Conrrfa.
TXn, aAer karinr ft raL bservwvL tlwt if
H v ivrrr jhijvlp 10 nr.- auin,
that Lvttec iravti foroi an Insuperable otM
wba k, fattBit bins tan.periaf with, a part
a4 aeokuir t oiitam their aupportby orwm
r - . . i i ,
v u.uoc a couraa nevneuner ciprawi
woe would eotntane Wtbatef nrwJ
thw letter serwanls tav a rembes hi Coa
fsaaa frtsmNi w Vork, whoae eota tf ia be
hcfed cmm4 rkat rte far A-tkma, anl af ustJ
she edit to a member root Mnrjlaaa., WeV
strr may ao hav the . euurage to produce
tb'w Wvtr. but tlvat thera ..wa tnch a tetter.
"K'tT la-tto uoirov i k H wixl Cu was L!v O-u. tetaon a ruU.iU wub voar .
satMBjiiuiif who oir -party io aeotire AOainiM f,
elUiriv Atlanta bitasalf wit intetguint; witb
tins' o4nr and if tb tederaliata fotttd. by
tbe.r"nliienee hao teeured hia election.
An Seryebnt was (o ba' been Secretary of
StateT mt-CIajr broitvfhf h larjfett force
iAto the ftlJ, coas'HOinaied iha tilot aant at
i he rreatest booor. - Senreani waa oonaoled
bf the Tacubava Uiasion.. -vjj A , -
. The name of. two gendemen. Member of
i 'n . . ie. -.T.l : r
i-uncrei turn -n viui us as a wanaui iwr
Hut ftlMidiuUihi... k. 4- .r" - r.
f4rdreaaay bo ao". l fnn U liit K
k vsatncsul thvximt, aiihmil rrrv I
to tbo iatrrrats and wul of tf P'oiav He.
ooosit btaotac a eonunt b-t iv. ilrwri r
of she esertat re prvbaiiun. ;. i U
riewa, bavo beea svirpred at the c'.vi . '
raw and tssr press tivr to your tdT"mJr'
rg', or tkat of ywar rVU with Mr AJ .
I aas aura, thai ia say ;4 ond ralwc'aiA ot
ftorr, I thought I wa prooiotinf lh nler-. , -
alh cwmtry by ai.linjr h tfriirelevsi oa,
a4 aodef the tirrxirvrtanco haraia r Utr Sff
a wilh riff you oo Id b arrrttary of hU'.s, ;
IbeitM tavne twaaoo that I waa mart Lv:
wUltnjryoi' hould be Pnri.l.BV 'WH theaw.
pretiaaiaary rewwks, I shall prooeed to reUta
as wCVS-.aanner-1 earaa 14 tba knowlrjye, ,
aear tbre week before the election, Ibut if, 4
Mr. Aiiam waa made Pretident jrott a ould ba.'
Secretary of Stat. ' ',. (: . - .,; . f; -,
f Abnt the tOth of January 1S25, a onntV" v
detitial friend and orrfioodot of yrmr ht ' '
thl (rtaee, caJtrd a ave.aud totrodueiij 09.. .'
subjact af the Presidential election, iiu-pUred " ':
a briher I womM aot prefer Mr. Ad.naaa-
President with yourself a Secretary of iVs'eyt v i
U-U. JacXBOIt TrriiU lU VU yoor - tcis -.,
on tram the cabinet? Ho tokl ana, that Mr.
Adams, If aleeted. Would make row Secretary ,
of State, and licited me," if I approved uf '
that arrangement, o write to Our meaibcr of
Cnnfreaa, irequeatiot; bus to vote, foTfMr. d
A laiaa. 4 I aipreaseU snj iiia t . uv
Aibuwa. aa Well a tnr prcfewoo tor Ceaa,W
. , i . ... 11 W - ' .
4caaon, anu uawrnaa wrtaor.-
Fronr tba frankftrt'By. Argus. .1
. v -. .... .- '.r JLaarraft I --.r-' x.'j..'
, . to iirvry ci.vT,r.sq
Serre-Mrjf of Utat of the Uiutikt State
Stat Whvn ymi.,o,)k frtxa the Arena the
1 publieatkm of the -Uiwa of the United States
tad it to the Ctmimen ator, I took occar-
iiot to evpres the gratiRcatioo I felt at that
mark of your pt'Mon A dispK-asure, Although
I hid iiever been voir 'debtor In acts of friend
ship, yet, such had beert tha relation in which
atoMt to your fkmilyvand sticb the1 Eiwdne
1 .1 ft . ... .'m .
hhu rccrivm at tueir mnua, mat I necaea
i af . k i-. I i .. . 1 :.. J . I i..
will .mstrl tbjt ra. CUy wuld uppoin; to of-
fi,, iu.i ftl a 'Lu..,.ai i . .irn... nn,
larfy one needy iii Ins cycumsta.ices nd pnn.rpol -laeta .lVlf-4irt tins Wtterj
hankmpt in his poliiicaV veight, as wa the vix: that " liters wer2 writtetilMiB
caae-witbrnr. Mai klev, having been detoated WaslHiijrfuhi 8taliii(thktf it'WM'Untler ;
ih Ai CongssiotiaJ eleoiioni ,; But no sooner, jl, if 1r-Alamtvere'eieiteit Prats
wuair.i'MiUkirgi .uaaiieu, i Miia. in" ,r'L itiill'ttf " MK1 SwlaV
iiay urviiP lui .juuii, uy inr ..iim h.. i..c
-.vorth S .vCI0 per annum, a we are tuld , Mr.
i.ikik s itirfluni. .or similar onustm. vs. scinir
judged too stibsei vient (o'tha. SjiteVest of mr.
Ulay, Were Uiscartieuny tbeiecotistuueiiu. t t
it eemihey areiohave tbeiraonipensaiion for
a Urjje portion vf Mr. Uia' &
de e-. Mr.tlay h stwrwdiT Btasptso
ted, indeetl," tu have contributed Jmh
a little to Ue vervt fiiiw-wfal .pduipnlet
Which Mn IC-'tiublisliml-'ftiri th'Q pur
f shuwing til - the people i Ot"'1 Uw
(V est, ttow inimical w Mr. j Atlaais to
their dearest interests Let the friewUH this display of Intolerance and nrpscrlptioiv on
of IK Ci lo dwell uptiO' the erMMtlyo" prttto reco 'cile.me to the' altitude In
e ve ki tiin very ewf-T ywaaa metbeivfore. aMin im thank Ymi for Vwtf
kind: ppuacriptnin, which hat empowerrd tve
heart to fiillow Uc dictate of mv inderUnd-
ing, without ekoiiing , the painful reflection,
that I wound . boenin which rstain the least
nendiy feelta toa-aw mvself. " t"
''..nnot thiillri SlllL thlit 'T um bIiai1. Wt rt!Mi.aa
:laV Mi aTpoimttUny,ulmm.eUtW towhichthere exiiti
his'SecreUry f StareJ-f ;at these 'httjbrweeii nt an obligation Vo aecrecy, c.tpres
iters were "wrftien '( induRe.ioinei n otjulpliect There may he toine thing known
V4 iv r.'.ftAwl., Irt-tT..ntM, V vt ,k .lai'irt me, me n sciosura ut wnicn womn produce
.Hi it iv ttt"T ass aV is v v- a nw aanivi a. ' ' . . . , . " , -
. . ..J I iinnlMAill aVfntlnfiM Iti vnatr .iwttaaN,1
IN ntibvfttlintr utSiirt ha tiiiaiiif atlai ti Tilti av 1 1 ... . . . ' .
... r. v ,.V(.v...w... -- foderJwi Mtould'deim tea
trrv.s tadiSlevsi'tl the instructloha 6f Ihel ..ki .(.,j.i..i..i:i. r.ftu..
.1...: t.i ...-i. ..-;... a ... 1 -,- - - -tr . ' . . " . wmiumi ..iiwiuaiiim "r? ir iiurara
the pment Adin'unstratioo, to. posi of profit
aiid diafiuction. But ? jitutder will hut." and
such wtteis were written mini wasn
ascertain, in te languste of Mr- Johnson,
what Gen. Jackson would do for Kentucky.
If this was not the design of the overture,
pray what was it? .
5th. ThatmK Buchanan, although he came
to the deteitniniition to visit General Jackson,'
from the knowledge of the events passing a.
round him, obtained that knowledge from the
Communication of mr.. Clay' friends, who
doubtless made the disclosures with a view to
operate upon him, 'that he might see General
Jackson and obtain the desired information
Could Mr" Clay and his friends have obtained '
Gen. tlackson intentions In any oth!r way?
Mr. Clay had met General Jacksoii upon the
avenue, he. bad complimented him uppu his I
vote in tlis electOial colleges, assured .the
General he had no doubt of ht election by the j
H'mse of Representatives,: he ftdd called W
see the Genetal'and spend smer 'time witlt
him t'ted-tele, and could Vint tibtaiu in wH
tilt (lesired information. To his cotigraiuja
tory address he had received only " thank you,
tur," How then aa he to obtain it? He then
ad'ptefl the only plan that ii wily and ambi
tious politician would have done. Hi's friends
importuned Buchunani filled Ms frs with the
news and intfigut; Of the day, until he was
stimulated lo make the. proposition, which
drew from tin; incoirupiiblc hero the aiiswc-c
that satisfied !nm Uiat ror Clay would not b
received mtb hi cabinet. 1 tere we have the.
fullest evidence of the ineoi i flptible integrity
and sterling invincible honety of the General.
He knew Die unit ot the nropositioiV and he
knew that, .it a ccrrxjjf one. CotiM Cin
cirniatis or Aristides have uipns pr&mp.thf
spurn'pdf' Go, says th General, "tell inr,
Cla v and his friends, that before 1 would reach
thfr Presidentjal chair by ucb means Of bar !
gaiu and corruption,' I would see the earth o.
pen and swallow mr. Clay and. his friend sad
myself with hcm. tf they have not cwnti
dene In me to believe, if I was elected; thai
I would ealPto my aid in the'tsbinet, men of
the first virtue, talent and integrity in the
country, not to vote tor me' ;. I he General
further adds, " that o poo the, second day af
ter tin communication and reply, jt was an
nounced in the newspaper that mf. Cay had
eottie 6tK openly and avowedly in- favor of
mr." Adams!" -To thi reply of tbo' General,
mr. .'..ichaittm say, V I do -not recollect thnt
General Jackson told, nie 1 might repeat hi
answer to mr. Clay anil ,1ns friends, though I
should be sorry to say Itc tlid not. 1 he whole
of - tiii conversation being upon' the public
itntU jt " flit hwe-rtenped eeseri'ijiioa .f
Now. from the nattife of the conversation, and
tlie Important tlid to be jiTected by it it is a
little remirkab', that'ven though the coiv
rbrmitibn hilght bave been "upon the 'public
street.' tlut General ' JaQkion's answer, con
veyed no ,-doabt with emphasis, and being a
prompt lefusal to Mr- Buchtn' enquiry, it
is a little straAgc it should.so soon hayt escap
ed his memorj p .- '" 1" 7-
, UubappiTv, howeverrfor Hit play, the con
current testiinons 'of 'for.': Moora and" flr.
Trimble, two of hit formct Colleague, pfove
mr ' Clay Vguilt.be jond the possibility of eva
sion. Mf i Moore, ut a fcirclilur to his constituj
ents, sayi; what argument could be preseht-
ed me . ntftliorisinir. a clevtaiion troia , your
known will? There at but one i wes lAe
mA fcVr.Ciav. 1 had upported Utr Clay
for President;' m could not prefer hitvill
to the wtfi effKe people, And I was astontstiefli
I'venture td alTimn that the foregoing circuit!-
s'anoes. taken in connection wilh many alrea
dy familiar to the political reader, will M bring
home iho charge to mr Clay, I'hey lay it
at his door, from, wheucc it is not to be ei pelt
ed by the desperation and tury ot itis bold le
nial." He who Understood human nature
better than ever mr:'Clay does, has said,
" I .et none presume
ami thus td cart? into effect the Hmdnr4my have committed, to fny' eonfidenoe. -.To
atandinsr at VVaahigpn--th.eiai'v E'f t0'-'ic?h,"V,Pn(, "T1
To wear an uwlrserveddigcity.
(. tliat estates, del-cfes, and Office,
Were not derived corruptly! and clear honor
Were purchased by the merit of the wearer ""
AH UltAINtib VUIr.lt
The states aTluded to by Mr. Moore, are
l.ouisiaua, Missour. .Ullnuia, Kentucky and
from the Kichmond Efinuirer.
. 77e two Negotiation, Wc. must
call the attention of our reaioi-g to
two articles ia . this day's papeor'-
stateinetit from. (lie PUiladelpiMi ralla-
tlium; and the letter , to 11,-ClayV K.q
from Amos Kendall, the iiditor of, the
Frajtkfort - A rgus. Thev nr both' -ca
culated to slied fopie hlit t. putt the
i ngtitn; and anxuis; others, tme fmmM t.
ii Cnttendert, who bail previous! beeti
jthe "uppurtef ot'JaclCson and the oppo
iient nt Adams." IIr K,'a lati";ac oh
this subject is as pimttive and explicit aa
it can be,' " I knevt , here in rranklort,
near three, weeks' oelure the electxin
took place, thrinttie even? ofMr!
Adams s election, yoo werrto be ap-
potntetl screltsr?t State.-.
I he allegations must be bmlwy met:
rhe names bf "llie two cnnhdentul
liiemls ' of - Mr- -Clay in ICentuckv
must be known? and "Ihey should clrar
Mr. C, it' they can.'tif ihe-jmputalioti
of writinc these lettefs; tf h diilrtTot
write .them.. ;thiirtal. autnor oiilitio
t at Ji it i ' J I
Hour Mr."U,.oi tuts suspicion or navinit
written them with hia knowledtru and
- . - V
consent, the facta of.the authorsbip
of thee letters must be known to, too
many irf Kentucky, taube muih 1onJt;ef
concealed--nd unless ,it be fairly in
vestigated, the publw will Itot be. fajisj
the conversation with General JacktoTi, wasi after hi fttn denunciation of mr. Adams, and
to obtain th. nUdir. which he bimself belie afteethe edui ie that lint friends. ith bis own
ed aroukl operate upon nir. Cby and hi ' encourage mentandappt-obatioiH had purstked
wenas that Jlr, Adams' mendt naatenuer i towarua uiat gwnueuvan, w loam mv a uu
pertinaciously kept behind
tnita." i' ; v-r'.-' -tf vtttr ii.:fS'i
1 Frm tht Jfittioaal PaOadinm.,-
THE .HON. UASllVvWEBf TEB
mean by which the ' .present adruinia- fted..
C. " I - I .... rL- I . . ". 1 ' 1 i -
tratton ascenueu to .power..., sue -unci ; i ne rime too nas airtven wnei. Mr
poiofi out by wltatj-iuaiis- the Feder.il , Markley ought to be bnjujht forth upon
:ft...i : (i ..oft, .1. . :. ' i'
Lieuiieiucu in v"'iiiy.' icia-.. ute BiiiKt moeeu, tlie must ttSioniBi)-
upon to vote tor ,ov Anams aivi t'te mg part, in tniswiolc transaction, is
other by what.tneana the Iriendg of Mr. that the man whose came JiaV'beeff so
Vhiy were, au-iiesikti;- -ine uaie.jja I irequently banded about-in tne papers
come, when-the . suspicions vf the-peo-ai ; the pnnctpalu'aot"in "this myste
pie can noJongcr , be ; lulled to sleep, rious affair, nhoultl havel so lone "and so
.l-.....i...l 1.-...I I .. I ..' . 1 .1 ' ..'
AO J? " , 'ieiMii;ii-u oi nr naiiu
id, the, partteri chiicenjeu. it can wu
lonitei' be evaded.-. !
Vhe Baltimore llepubican,tconbrma
the statements of the i'hdatlelpliia. f al
ladium. . Its7, JbditoT 4veri most post-
- ..... at. ' I 1 a
uve v mat ne ".nad K'juu tnvse ;tt
fur s une months. Atwl had- them from a
distiuished meuiber of Cnress" of a
neighboring slate.7: .- As 9 all the nitn'
atiae , of this . statement,.' jive haye ;di
the same pecific inlonudtionj put..1 we
have ertouCi.ii to , satisfy qs beyond tlie
Dossibility of a doubt, - that a. letter
correded 'b;i fr, JjiUtnit'$ :own ptfa
a ml tHsjanu. to, uurli out,thi$-.coure;.
wbichwutild be pursued towards the
Feleral ...party,? (Waa, offered j -b?. Mr.
Webster- to iMrf Wcaau, of Uelewire,
wh tui nedf.fr urn - jts contents ,-witb
scoru and 1 indisjnationv V pretitna
thei; fact wilJL not , be tjuestioued-- V e
believe it.as certainly, aa an other t.
sertion which tjoes Bot.'-i est. tipon the
evidence of ,tur pwn . senseshating
ree!a ed it Irom three members ,t won
eress.'who had it directly ; from- -Mr;'
. - VaT -tat.
IVIcLiane-vand tne name ot laouts nie.
lne .was t Weyer associated ..wiilj thf
ijiRputaiion iif UiKhoirar, f. If this faetbs
second time, urging npon me tba aime viawa, r
biW with th aama result He called a third
time, and told me. that if Geo Jackson wtra
electeit, he would make Mr. Adame Secretary. ;
f State, ahd wrgetl that MrvAlmt President N; .
and Mr. Clay ' Secretary would be more ac-' 4 '
Ceptable, to-Kentucky than Gen. Jackaoa
Proaklont, i and Mr. , Adama Seretry,' 4 ,
vbutighltw too, and finally contented to write-tj-', j
1 have endeavoured t procure a "copy of -
toy letter, for the oiirnose of laying it before..'.
you and the public; but am informed that it is t
distance of ftl'unetp repeat its con'en's withi-'T
entira. precision. v My impreMslou ia, that.
espceaaed a deoided prelerence lor the eleok";.
lion of General Jackson and declared rofv? iV
eonviction that he was the second choice of .
Kentucky;- .But, at the same time, allusion to )
the Information I had reoaived, I (fae it
(by opinion, that circumstances' might xu'
which would .justify tlie jiving her vote to an. . j ?
Other, with the entire approbation of the great, j , -Kiau
ot the people." i Jo pot tbink I directly n
adviaed the giving of tlte vote to Mr.- Adamsi
but I wa clanvSy vf opinkHtj. and intended to .
be to understood, that in case Gen. Jackson
WMdetenmnedfa;VkMI'. Adams Secretarjr" '
of Rtate, and Mi, Adam' was 'willing to put ,." '
Mr.'CUy Hi fhat,tKcV then, upon a kuow-. '
ledge of thbse facta, .the voa of Kentucky ..'..
ought to be iriveu to Mr.-Adams. . t thea"'" " '
j honed, as did the penplo of Kentucl.y g. ne ' . '
raityvtox tee you, at no distaavday. occupy
d fcdtOoAfor.hii conducj ha niade,
eiii bft tvaJ tfuci&'tio Wrote a letter to
reteittattvej advising him ,to teiv his
iCwy dtrtf -fattnc o fteetary:,'' that In relattoti
to th subject of thi tetter, yotl aever fields-;
ny: coitimuuication ;iih me,' confidentially or
otherwtev v.- ,v ;5ii';t-' - ,l . . ....
The spirit f 76, the Editor of which hat
been deemed ofsUficlent importance by your
friends here to supplant the Argot in tlia pat
rormge of tho States contain thu followliif
Charreta '' fiferift ct: .,.:;'" '
n fvenaaJlwaSj) friend of o City, and uf
vote where it reieht wouki be most' JcJfand
acknowledged,'! legislativa instruetioas to tha
contrary notwItbstanding aNo man in ranfc
fort wat more anxious to get Mr. Adams elect
ed over General .lackson than Kendall." i
Thut I as anxious for the election of 'Mr.
Adams over GenersI Jackson, i hot truei that
I wrote to oti reurt Mutative in relation to hi.
vote for President. Is true. .. I shall proceed to
detail tlie circtihistances under which that let
ter was written, and if, js'tha sequel, you find
yours. If placed in an u'ncmnfortahle attitude,
yoti may thank ttjose officious friend - who
cannot carry on tbia contest without assailing
uus- iiuugmy an aonor ot . au inose wuooa
not support tln.a, on of tboir idolatry.-, ii
f In your reply (to. General Jackson' letter to
Carter' Beverley, yoiisay: '
" All allegations, 'hitimattons or Jnuendoesi
that piy vote ion the tleotiot. of President
was ottered to be given, or Was in fact given, i
in eonsiderafp n- ot- any stipulation or under
rtandinf.expresfor implied, direct or indirec
written or verbal that I wan, or that any oth
er person was not, tq bt appointed Secretary
of Stale, of tin was in any. manner to be
personally benefitted," are devoid of ail trtuh,
awldestiiole jofany .foundatiou whatever."
'oi further. sy,, tlie: letter of; Ganend
Jackson , Snsitiuules." rtler ' than, rdirectly
mane,- me mriner Cliarge, mat" an arrange
mertt was' pidpfised and hiade between Mr.
Adams' triisnd and. Biine, by which. ' the ev
vent of hit lect-k', 1 aval '.to be appointed 8e-
tho Presidential Chairj and . 1 thoufrbt? Hms ?
anion of Adams and Jackson would be fittal
to all those hopes." At that time, I. have nor i
drfttbt that four fiffli of the Tteople of Ken. Vi J V
..ft.Uft.... k. -fttft' .1. j r . .r j ftt Sl '-
lutnj', wiin tuo wine iniurmatruu vn u,c suo- .
Jeet, would have felt and acted a I djd '.uiT;
They.would have preferred Adams President.,,
Snd Clay eVoretary of State, to Jackson Press- --';
"" Has af afl tjmisbeen ail irdent and-nniforro
Federalist, was strongly oposel to 'the elec
tion of Mr. Ailams.'as Preatdent.'a.nd on hk ar.-
nnJ at Waahnertoa. in the-winter of hattd Without the lcSst fOondatlOu."
Si, assumed a reer and catitwuis demcan-r t read theses-declaration with 'Womler and
or. which left many in doubt a to lit real de- aatonishmeatr because I knew, here jit Frsnk'
sign. Ha was at oup me in tavor ot cai-i iori, near tnree wecMoetore toe, election jook
houn, and wlien he. wis dropped, b war in place, that tn the event ot Mr- Adams' lec
. . .. ft" . . , i-.L l. ft .-.ft A- l ft. I ft ! A . .. !... .- .1 ft, . .ft ftft.
iavor 01 urawioru? ano. woen is .wamuv,i-;.
tul as to hit success, he wasiert to choose be
tween Adams and Jacks, fits vpie m tlie
House, " iridivldilklh-. emild iot 1 affect1' thi
vote bt his 8ute, bnt liis personal inftueVe'
in he 'House mjgf it be or much onseqaeijce,
vAt thiciiivVebtee,a waited upon Uy
iVuiiry, tlivtaioe .y ho, i) wasaatd, iiitenffeq
in be .t Vermont -election for :, eator, jutd
sounded a to' Kia detetmi'tattort. , In the
coui-se of conversation between theth.' Web
ster avowed, hi federal predilection, and
sm4 no Old not thiidr the . federalists, it they
vave their tunoors io Adams. couU calculate
npon aiy COh.ideratum in the diitnbtiUOH ot
the uovernment othcea. Bailey Hav ing tnus
ascertained Webatefs urThcimd obleCtionS't
Ailams, left tint, and utit day be dlres.d J
a letter to Webster, Waling', that after a eon)
leiSiiUon Jvilh Mr.. Adama, 4ie wa,aoiuo. f,
sed. to auy.tliat MrV,eber't4oubia jf gardt
mjf tna,J:eueratitta were untounued, ana tnai
it Mr. Aclann w nide President me C hums
dent and Mr. Adams Secretary, of Siatei bar
cause tho-, .weight of their State woukHftava1-? - -been
lott, and the prospects of yourself ot V -terly
ohKured and destroyed-? -.'.' "s . '
V Put it now seems thrt an esaentn.1 'part' pf " ,
the representations on w hjth actvd,' were! f , .
tjUhbut. real, foundation. Although the .'. v
mor prevailed also at VV'atliinrton and in lha"''?' ' '.?
J jiatertt state,' that Gen. Jackson Wad deter. '
mined.. in casaof bis etecUon, ta make Mss'!' s.
Adams Secretary of Stat, it no w appears1 ' '
from the. disclosure of Mr. Buchanan, that ft ' .
Sever was countenanced in the least, by any11 ' '
thing which came from the Genera! himself. ,. ' ''
lt probably Cjriginated With your friend p , -those
'of , MrAtmH,fo! the purpose ott ?"Sg&.
detaching fmu t'W Ganeral all those' who tteV i '! 73 1
ird -loWvI'm,-' flevatioo.' .CcTHain it ja
that Ji va jnt whb .effect ac Wasliingtoit ' :
C;ty andalsewhere. .
,pJI dld hot' think thatour friend conimitte , ".
kuy crime,, moral or political,' in giving me tho't ''
bifornUtiou t have ! repeated, t that I comr - :"'
mitted ' any Jr writing tr , 1etter. Tbera) , 5 v
Were .th:rt!or forty lau'ividuaij t&ebigbett j. V,
ttttiidmg in society, and in both c-f our local " , .
parties, who wesre induced to write by similar ' V
information, and I am sure that most of them. :i,
if not all, wttre actuated by nfifojcofivictibn, 4,'.".
that in thus fendeavbring to'secure loyoti a
proffered elevation, they were promoting the : i
iru interesu of Kehtucky, ot,th western , l i V.
country laud of jibe Uuiotu But yen will not,:!r4
admit, that this thing could ba innocent lis ' ' '
yourself at your Iriendi. Yen declare, that-. .
nu understandiugi eairttd by which y u Wer r '
to receive th iiraee f Secritnry of State, '"'T
an4 you say, 'that if tucb wre the" fcciyi v
1 there is ho punihhment which eottld etceed 'Vi'..:
the metsuj'e of oflenccf vvelli t oil may ac. ,
bbf I pfotest ajjainSt tour' attempting lo fi : 1 v
cretaryuf Stated pronounce that charge id, USX w r-f 7 lB7 Tl
o. as far a I kuow. or believe; to be unmi.l"" . 'rJ" taaa r
-i,l ultkni.t tki. i..ift. i;.....a..:.. m . v .; '. '
ion, 011' tpere to bis appointed Secretary of
rtate. . :Iairi it, ,J knew It as well and
iv certainly ssl coutd know of anv event be-
iore.ir flppena,. wmi.n does not; depend-cu-1..1.
, , ift .ft .... ( .
urvii wimii win Kciwri auaw it uy mm"
nmtion wb'ieb did. no. then doubt, and the
correctness of which wa Verified, by the a.
vent. 1 knew it, because I -wa reratediy
applied to for the tmrnute of orbcurine mv
id in carrying that understanding Ihto1 effect.
anu tpe very letter wi th which vour friends
...-i ...j!.. . ift 1 A'... .Tf.ft'ft'-ft. .-ftft,!! .
iiuw lauiK uir. was tne iruu 01 iiioseanniica
i.o'ns"J camwic- itberefore, be jinttaken. ,;
Sanaot tpittake i to ihe, maimer in ahicb an
event wa brought about .which 1 bad some
slight agency in producing. f- ta
permit me here to remark, that 1 see no-
tb)ngof etirriiptioij or impropriety la flh exet
wons or a man's tni
.ftft'ftft .-t.tLi if ti... s.i-i .i;,l .w '. Auani
jinsuesuuiiaoie, iY?vmimy? 1 of that party to bfKce shoold hOH and sv-
to tningie . wun Mtoyetnen,! a ery v proper cidertiot. Websnirn
election; ,H tie ot. lnu fonni'temperil Ba i?d
ins with- part?, antl .seeking to, obtain told, bun lus ktur was w very sautacory
i iupporj . byl ptomiifes jioffiie,? P"1 wooldjbavti been (tvore so
biU sinworthv of the elevated office had-Mr Adams written it or. Sould; toplirm
b, is. iawony)jji ,tne ieaie'oipce , b f ft f h.tWenit,r BltltracV imoti
which he nlisr-lhe man, vwnot; woujid Uk urfLr . Ust- Wtis4 .w 1 aMtetv JUtl th': Mr .
.. . : ' i. -...I. . ,IT..r r -r,v. ....-s-j -,
jpus wp iomier wuii -tniriiwrty, j tiailcy's autnonty.vt4 asaka . them wiu
would scarcely reluse to tamper wttn 1 be nemecij and sir. Adam retuts to be
ends. bvlt'leu'1limBfftft meiru'iic
(p secure him the olfita of Secretary of State
ojr uy ftOUjer. ; Jf( the delegation from' Ken
Vucki, Jwe fjiat. .their constiiunns Swished
you to ba nwde SacreUry of State by the e
ketiotvor Mr, Adaiii. there wai no Impropri
ety in Tequirinsr. fro.n him a direct pledge to
appoint yoty be tore they gave him the vote
very aaurfacy ' th State.. ' The compo.uioa of the cabinet
is oiven a-mterestinir to tne oeouia aa uie
measure of ah administration, and in England
it cbri.v.iied the tecurity of liberty, lha'
.1... r .1.. .!..: Jli. 1.
uiv jrM.i.,....,iM wvuvu vi- mi iiiiiiiiivrii v.
Ohbged to govern biioself by public opinioi
l here cannot, tberefore, b any invrinan iav
the v were mistaken, and that a worse cabinet ir
for Hhe peace ani interests of the country,
Couui acarceiy uaye been- torment but the ' f .
aonest encrts or your .mends to secure you. t ,
the office of Secietary of StatO beforo tho I ,
election,, ought not no-jr to visited with) , ? ft
Per hup you are conscious that the arrange '
mentol which in Kentucay were to early -. t.
informed, was .based on private interest and ' .
peraory-T ambition, without the least regard r v
to thoiwilt OT'the Jntetsts; of th psoplej?
Tbea mdeed waa it etmtipt. ' Then are you-i';-
right botdlv to deny lh wholo trsiiaaction, - ,
nd'fcuit down the gauntlet to, die wholo,';
world, j, A bold face may aaf somq Into j'"1" 4
silenco and convince others of your innocence., !
it is omy py a desperate ieap,tuai a man. uo t, .
Stand upon a crumbling precipice, can savo .
himself from destructton. . Your ouduxt in ''. '. ,
this eitair partake ot auch desperation. As , '
If conaeious'of guilt (and impending punish. .
ment; you wutly deny that which rn gbt bave .
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ucca innuvrmiy cone, ana inn uesrifrate -.
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reiolutioWjI' iel Jlppn. 'the pica of noj guilty
Fu,i".,i".W ""aVyT'.' hiuic taieiy n-s.j
pleajlvdtMnA'a''?', i'erbap youtUmk. the
wiiu; woo i HWi to your couvicuoii Ho
not-dy upon that Every Week bTinft for.U
additional: facta,' and Vour own eonduet in-
ot yoursell and 'friends because Buchanu;v
did "not direct!)' prove."i'mir ttiilt, was pre,
lastly. that wblth the criminal feels, v in,
fronvtbe, Wiqxpectcd aei-knesi of the ' ii.
iiiuny, iadituiled... Jli eiuliatiun t
bibft a bi ujii ia deep, and lip rejoices, m.
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