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fiu .Vjr''i-Wir,fc'i- Will Gaittltt
LAVIIKXCK c LEMAY.
'H. ;htrpti, ttrt dollar ycr -
No iixr mv
1 a i, ..uU M adnntre. aitd a liaaer rfi
.iru.-.l, out t lIm; yiLxM ul law Liters talrMall
. ,-. , -, 1 are V.d. .iWlwwi, ix4 cx
l!ini iiarrtoi thrv Ihmw fnr om
.o'U", a..d i'.w-ocM fur each nwrnif
... r V'.' 1.. iu. tu Umi edAort tuu- t 1 u
frJusiraV, t tf,t. I in
, duH briars I at lb gJ.r alt a
Wvtd.-I m naaininwpia. I)m4 lrvatj ber4.
I 4m, U imiw rf tm judge ivmm4
, "I"" JlT WL . I - ihwI(M out fa
iuu aaud th riNndMi 4 &a m.mlimda,
j U pmiWUil I UcU M lnr haj a altaau,
' LA U ptrata't u lixi tkmre. au4 mm lb
witkowtat le r"rWiuala.yaaraaii.
To Jwiirni'vuicn Tailor.-
I t. o or tliivc l'irt ilr wort mm "ill fiwdvoa-
1 .'. i-in ' Vi.hiI, t atiplvnn; t
rut j.' c. tLUs in rn.
UOoU-rt, f--.''l ? V3-4
I v Sfierill't Baie-
1 e in)tl,oii the UiW Mauday hi Norwiw
Srr m-st, at tl! court honte in Staillnille,
UrUniWk-k cwooty.) am milch jf lh (ollvam;
LAiii! ik .I1U wiffi tirot lu 1t tUc taxf for Qm
ar t5, bh1 nrt uf raluinr, aJerliiff, ate. ',
3 nl aa itniKl't Crtxk, beloagtng to Uie
Ulc of Jimsa Mill, f'. ..
3t0 ytfTk.! on LtvNr,(UM, Creek, Woojiiiy to
ill.-estate f I I v-iKrr, ' r '.
6i0 aon au Tom m Craek anl Cap Ftur, bc-
Si fu Cuvuruur1 Creek, "fivaa by
Tm; D-waiw. ' ' i . . '' ' "
mcrr mi a Uraocb of Bij BliallottC, given in
' by Samuel Hewitt , : , .
- . - A! C VLLOWAY, Slierit.
OctoUf , 182T ., - , , iJ-w
Tli autacribert aullioriwd by the Rev.
Hubert T. Daniel to tell a four acre It of jjrowid
m tlie aotttit rant part of Ralui$h. "f Iw irtuatioa
of rtir lot and tlie quality of the soil render it val
uable for Arrlulunl iMinoi. Tlie lot ia eo-
clokctl by flitch. Nejoalle eperattlie Kew-
oern liuK H icaieijn wui De receurcu ui iray
. In the ahaeiwe of the iabicrftcr,' apply to
SherwuoU UaJ wood, tui. or terra. 5
v , . ,: XVH.U4M UAXIEL,"
; ; Jailor's Noticc.
"SVa eommiltc1 to tin Jail, on the 27th kiat a
Vgro man ( ruw'f,) who ta) be belong
to Thonwallarliatn, of Wake eoonty.N. C ami
4tathi?racw LUNXOV. He w about twriity
'iv nf' noi-. six fuel hiith. .lua made, black
eomiilexlitn, ilnil !y tincle a Ubickmitli il Shoe
ink:r. He hail iii hi poswKnion a iKer, jmr
portinp; to be certificate of bii free pareulapei
ami that he was free and honc&t man. Tho own.
or of iwiil llave i rcqunisd to eome hrwarl, prove
, hi prM!i-iy, v sAuvf: and take him awayj
uUiel- Ue he m Ul "bo dealt wkli aocoi-diur to law.
Jailor's Notice. :
Was committed to the Jail of thip placev on
vesterdav. tlie 9th, a runaway negro, who any
Lis oamo in JOHNj thataboutlS month rtjro he
was old by John Jone, of Beaufort, hi Uu State
to Wm. Judd, who took him to Columbia, where
3 mid was taken iek, and Johu lift hinu John
ha likely youug lcllow, Vdl and well formed,
l'ho owner i rwiueiited to eome forward, prove
j.roptirty, liay ehargca,and take hire wy, or he
' will be dealt with a the law direct.
. . J. T. CAVIAl'T, Jailer.
July, io,ia2r.-, 5-,-' B'a'
"l? 1 '-From the ivwpoo!--jAl&.ti:'ji
COKPSSI0NS OP ' AN UXEXECUTED
' -i v FEMICIDE..' r. ;
? ;5;"lcocfnEp, , V- V:V '-
" T Htood for a momeiit terrified at the tfecd I
h.id dpnrt-but erery instant waa hm'dous mid,
, .throwiug "tlie' bloody, wennOn into theitivam, 1
ruaUfi4, wiliilieiKllonsvitileiieethrotijjh the plan,
tatiori? and gained tlie publie mil From that
. piomcnt horror .prized., .upon jue. The' night,
I -which had been hitherto calm atiil clear, beuaruu
suildenlv overcast with cloud. A tatmur nasscd
hefoj-e the moon, as if to hide fionv the faoo of
. , . u :i
imiure 9A0U consuromaiei rCK.eitncii9; uiq viicucv
of treaUon ' wu, dirtarliei!. ud a ullen moan,
like that of the luigtt of death, seemed to fill the
..yt.-lTlM'f winds' bream to swell on cverr sine.
wliil 1 tlie trees nodded mournfully. to tho.- blant
thaf swfpt thpongh tliem with low ml melauclioly :
mtli-rmiw ;v,V 6lj of thunder burst above My
head Like the sound of tho last titimpet, aivl a
flah of lightning; followed. As i liurried alia
trartedly ftlonir, a tliousnnd pliantoma and forms
of dai kiKjss seisined to dance before my eyes.' I
wns pursued vllh onutterahle "despair, while
voice like that' of my murdered Victim rung in
ueasantlr in'myear. ..'Spai-e m spare my 1111--.
born b:Ae! pity, pity,' pity. I Mopped Ihemj
but iu vain: the ume sound, the aMe agonizin.
voice pursued ray' footstep wherever I went
"J jvached t last ray tloor: it was closed, c
all the Inmate lud gone to rest. 1 1 knocked, and
tlie old hou8eJieeper ojicued- it( hut '-vn seeing
me,' ahe slru-ted hack with afTiiichC. 1 .Goodnes,
Mr., Willium, vbat live you bcrn doidsr? You
trfj deadly yule, and lliere is hlocdonyonr hands
Ir forehead.? , I wustemd, sli-ength to. tell her
iLSt I tmd been aitaeked ou the hi(;li Way, and
knocked down. She Jrosht roe waW, nd I
wished myself; but when the sign of my recent
fc-tiilt wetW desnstd awny, there wits' no njai-k of
injury; thought then IcouM lerccive suspicion
iettle Uuon htt couiiteniuice. ,i .
' I went to bed, but for my eye thene wa do
rest The o'iglit m as horrible inexptsiblv hor
.-inle. The tormci)! of hell took possession of
tne, and I rolleil and tossed abotiv in deliriou.
spirit of MaryOta Mmr whlch ls ai;htly
Kuunted me eiuce that awful hour. She did not
oonie in wrath, or like an angel of venpeanoe to
'lunihh. : No aiitrer ncvef hud its abode h that
.rcmie bosotn. She' still woi-e tjie beauty and"
imld ineUncho! ot IieP. Jiving Hours. Her eye
v as soit, aod rolled upon me wilhli look Jf coin-;i-.Uhlbn
ssidjovc; and bad her face been less pal,
ftud her rurnu.nl s unstaioeil with blool. I should
lta)ra supposed that sheinherited life l neiient'
was the only word she uaered.i jit came from her
lips with an aeixd Wines., qrti a we inay up
lf.s to clothe the language! of ,p it" Though
tucely audible, it.thrillut thr&ugh' mv oul and
nertame it uUcrcl a loud tryt aua'l'cU. into
a'tranee. ,f ,' tt "
"How Ion I remained tn this, swoon I, know
not When f awoke frtfc it, I beheld i lovely
. il'smale. lutncinir over tnu in an attilutlc of phy
ami alfectiou- it wa,my lister.' Shf had hnl
1 air voice. Mid riken to envo me assistance. Tear
iU-cituicd from.lie.t beautiful J've; but there' waa
a shudder fi-ora. her frameV I hail ouknowa to
Myself, mutterqd innetliiiif of the dreadful truth,
andshehadheartliL, ' : . ;
f ''NeW day the bodyTjf MaryJEllioriw
. found, and tlie new nre;id like whirlwind o.er
'he country. ' Ther itutclted Elita's ears, coti
ii-ming thc'awful iilt-as she begsa to enU-rlaiay
Ved tlie tliuie iu a state of mind tiii-D.
hinguage eati deiiict It was nc: tear of iwnisli
went which distressed niaso bieriy,bilt the tr
'or 01 an asvakrned tcootrience., , I jo ',
:iaaet on, but nothuigVas elicited toj-iirow. light
I "ri the lranaerlo& On the third thiy my house
entered by lh ofticeta vf jpstice, and 1 wns
l urried to the prison ot Stirling t were h jraia
u empt to relaii iny stuV I during my
vvuam'tneat4n !! f.'rm'k .Til. ilud si uu
' UI tit' mxiiknr.
niy b-KT ., the JwutuHi Mild aii stay aay.
N-htly sIm tarn br(r ta a at lrt, mA fa-'
rd Bmm as wo her dark ad MttJalu Kuiv ).
k mas m aia tt tnr lo Uirjrrt kur. lTal iiti4.
fil ibiiuHnr re.rivsltetl my uu-ua ay ptk (eo fuld
tiiT, and drrwapamcw'wball vauld ri
eu lUs Nshmr lo plunrs Utta vtrrwtl sW-antl4-,n
Uearat! rritit! ram!' tim m
wunl wcK loretcrotcr uty auajjauioii. I'kry
wrrm tlw nuly wmm4 that aaoi Iroia her li,
aud a tboutawl echnea gar Umm back auto suy
v Mr trad rame on, pud tbr rriilrncr addiwetl
wat rutwt aonrawaij. . My hiaist-kriaer and otm
at my aernwtt tared ray lite. They swore aa
a4A a my larour, toclarin;, is) w (sea of ir
reaiatiUa fiwtv that I was M bed at Che Um dta
nsurdcr WMtiimtywd to btt taken place, 4 Never
wa perjury so grossly criuwnal. . 1'oor w reultra !
it wat hr to ij siUcr whirb taaile thom guilty
of aa dreadful a U-p, awl tliry risked their eter
nal toul to taro oe wmmo eruoes UxaerreiJ
thomauid deajlts! 1 v, , ; ; . v
I wat divxharrrdt but aewer did traminj
eoma Out of eonrt with a blacker eharaeter. - Bv
4ka venliet of he junr, and the adinunnioa of the
jwlirejjtha mark of Cain was siatutUy set upon
osr forehead. - t - - , - .. '. .. ,
.' Mv lib has Wo marled with detnUtinni
aad auntlier betng mas aoou doomed to feel th
e fleets of its tatal aareer it was my sister. My
crime, diseliarged as I wss by the laws of the
country, was too ev ideally to admit ef doubt ia
any aunil, She knew this, aod her heart was
eonrulted, no leu at the tlioughtol my guilt
than at th loss of her friend, and the ruined
honor of our tarruly. Shu uded away Ink a
flower kraeatk tome pestilential vapour. Sua
felt tliat tho wat kin aud blood to a murderer,
and shuddered at the thouglit. Still the did not
bate incr nor slum me: but as she , herself drew
uearer to the trave. she teemed to clini with
frreater ardour to die l ist and worthies remnant
of our line, alia died, and her !att word to me
were to eek repentance, v v 's .. -'V- ,.
- u X never knew rav sitter's value till I had lost
Iter: I never loved her till now. As I looked on
he form, bettutiful even in death, I rsmcrubered
what she had been to roe, and recalled f rom other
Vcar the iinaaw of im V mother. 1 . 1 e. : nonr
Eliza! I shall do my last aad duty to thee a feast
wna a sincere huarr. . I shall perform thy mourn
ful wake ulotie. - T shall weep in htonement and '
repentanert lor what i have doua to thy gentle
booiu, -. None shall hear me, unless, pcrcliaiiee(
thy spirit, hovering nigh, may catch tlie tones of
remorse ana sJUictiou trora tliy wretclieu bro-
Such were mv thouirht. tnd I bur4 into
tear the first that had watered my eye aiuce
ehiitihoou-t I tclt ueiolnte, compsntonless, and
luted upon earth; and tlie fountain of (orrow
now broke forth at this tad ectacle of Uie only
one w ho loved me, i bitterly taken away. -.
- "It was tliel'Btal hoar, and I remarked It not,
o utterly wa I oceupietl with my wn metta
tionx; but it passed notjty unditunguished.. It
was the hour of ten, to me so full of twvow ami
of crime. : I heard it strike, and when lookir
intently 011 the body of. my sister, 1 taw no, it
wat a phantom of imagination -1 taw the pale
aud bleeding form of MMry. She was still the
same as' she had hitherto anneard to mv eves;
but her visit seemed not to be for me, but for the
corpse of her fi-iead. ' She looked will unspeak
able affection over it, and kissed it apain and a-
gain. I was trausfixetl with fusr and astonish
ment; I tried to weep: bnt 1 could not I tried
to speak; but my tongue was tied. I tried to
move; but I remained siupified and bound to my
teat, as if 'by enchantment .Then the form
threw her arms around mv sister, who (rot up to
receive her etrilnnoes. The Dale cheek of the
latter kecKiiM' flushed with primeval beauty her
ewtf aval tour fnesxS had lott ajt bpa aTywitr
elrctioti to tba rVcwWncy by th tWciormJ
eoVfe, fvl twy eftort traa W U pUce
yott amrwi il, t',re xgUett ajtmLaatct, with
muopm iuii yiMtr uiaitaiic in pMfmtaniv
wltht) ffrbxir jlitk lif. j !Vlf tLi J04S COi Ccal J cur e'e' er r !
Mteii-vff mhhmr.' 11a t mrvting V tsot a preliruioary toyvtif ' t.-o till r - T n - -I -
iimbu. m SKitt vita air. tima atria ajwt artraa aarmawuf wita nr. A4Mt ow was a
aathovstaj Wy jmm awa Cuttdoct aawl i!aat pt rf Jackswn sin rSt to attka v04r.it SecrettW protnott th
ytaarinaaU, -v.. , y 1 of Stale, tad tr-oet Mr. lumclt or Uf. Cto tcfwotoflht
U rnawtaawv tho antHlw la wfctk ta aU.ta wort a prtws t.
yom wctw puel m ta wf ISJ. T
bms) ta ttttj tttwiaral Jaaktwttj at get btus tt aai
fwatMsa, tA ktaaa. that aa will tsot Paakt Mr.
Adam tecrettry of a'tw, which you ail yoat
frienxH taikt ' ti.dniil am aa ' ldcaUu
IW a WimU apMHtt tWt MJlou
! I iWtir ttal fat ttrre yotif v.cks rctvtm -
4 ut rrttU. Ytmr awa Unrwact tw ! aacomnttgA. tatd ton Uf 1 tfcy tawal K t
) otr aticd lMati pro, ta a. V kitaw
woulj tectira mt electaMi Vy lUa, llottta at
nepretetiuiivaa, Hut yOur oowjittt, aa pn,
il by your tt a a4iMuat ami tsta dawtsra-
ttntttaf at tiers, protet that you hail bt Uit
Itafxa of awittt; rcturwed h rhw Htrne "of tta
pirtaautivrm, ami before- yoat tft Kentucky,'
in hr Call of that year, ware altvvl rtukinj
avr-a.'imenH to turn t lit evoutoTyotireitla
tiow to the bet a-Kaniagw.
The feeling etcitaJ toa ard yot n the
breast uf Cearral Jactwi by your cuatluct U.
warda hua in rctaUon u I lie ttonaaula War,
were Uoaibttrst of the mnt r(Tawt kind
ff tUtm yoa bat I he iironjnl vrrlrricer' Vow
met the l.rVirrjl at Lebanon in t.i t state on
hia return from a visit to Kentucky ia compt
ny with PremiJrnt Monroe, ami approached'
htrn with a fricuUy taluu'iun, whea tie turoeJ
on hit heel tn 1 kit you ia silent acora.
1'et. in the fall of lttik you wrvte a friend'
ly letter to him ta accompany jrou-ou your
journey ia WaHliington. Thia I kwow
Iixmh tbo information of three gentlemen to
whom you so ttatetl.. v The object of to palpa
ble an advance under ttich cirenmstances,
could not be mistaken. About tlie same time.
your friends dated in conversation, and your
rlitor, tharirt Hammond, in lit newspaper,
that the difference between you and General
Jackson were reconciled; that Uie friend tat
both had siiniUr objects and ought to act together.
At the tame time yvi told some of your
confidential friends in Kentucky, as proved by
your own admissions tnd their tutemenU,
that in the evept of a contest in Congress be
tween Attains and Jackson, you thouU vote
tor uie. lorincr, I ait declaration ot your m
tentiqn wus niad, uot publicly to your imme
" constituents or the people f Kenlocky
whose vole Vim were to rive, but to two or
three confidential friends. If Vonrtletermina.
tion was fin;d, why that secrecy? . Had it any
w propriety vote tVfeuhrr cattdiilaVe, as
I tjitncrt riuifl.t require? . t .
What it tho hAntitf' W by, that when ytttj
catight Um hJPH thtotrtj out by Mr. llarhatsta
and Btttk U fuc aa advaMa on Um fart vf
jacktON, jrutt ar; BKtoa oa loot o gt t thtj
thinr Co 1 (firmed by an. aatunac from Jack
ton tiimeir, and Hartley tKtttvetmatioa w ith
Iluchatiaa,' and ftwchanaa'm irttwijr wHth"
t-ea. JaocwMt rrar h teaitla, Taaaa bleat
cU aB your kopct frvm thai quarter. . , ...
la tlie lorat) time, idctt were held out by
torac of lh Inrrxls of Mr. AJ tn., that if he
were erer.t.1 yoti tt1it eipeet the olRcti of
BeerVtary of slate,' vhtVa the rumor
iiMiitttrioirily rintentinaiwd thak'JaakaotV it
tlocted, a ouU ooathtca ., alr-a Adatna la
that ofhee. Here wat buna, i not aawurauoa,
00 the oh tide, and d.scourajfcinoiU on the
her. 'flrylb reaulfofKr. Bucbanan't inter
v ew with Jacktoii On the'Sfeh December, it
wat distinctly ascertained that he would (Jtw
tnuve aothuiif, directly ur.iudirecily Frtxn
that moment, it wat apparent that your only
eei lam' chance of placiuj; yottraelf in tho line
of 'tale precedent,' at to vole for M"r. Ad
amt aud uir.y orer to hhil th support of the
Writ- . 1 ; 1 ,. '
Facia now dipe lowed, pro that the unUr
tiandinif between you arid Mrs Adamt wat
complete about the Brtt or January 1 but you
till CretoTVed a mjlrruj silence, Arrange
mentt we're to b made for the transfer ol'ihe
aeccairy ukunher of biale. :- Many member
were comaiittrd in tavor, of Jackton, an( tt
would lake Um aid amaagctncui, lo bring
them wholly tnlo your viewa. ... S ; .
It lias been auppoaed by moat person, that
tne ttnaerttanaing net ween yourself and Mr
Adanis wwt rather implied than expfe: '!
believe' no such thing;." The first advance
may bave been indefinite and Indirect; but in.
tne tquri, 1 oeiieve yon liati pertonal inter.
viewtandcontuliatiooiLaa weli in l eUtiou to
the tpprmachii; ciectluii a to the means of
other obiect than to Drovide vourtclf with an I sustaining your aoalition administration. Mr
apology for what you thought it might'be I Ailam wat to throw off hia reaerve about the
come your interest to do? Would the public I 1 Ann ami internal l.nprovetnmii and mount
ever have tfcail of these decltratioiit. bad you I '"C " American Syttem,' behind you, a hob-
unauy votea Mr actsonf, I r- vmi uut you etpectea to ride over Jack
At the same time, vou made oeronif ef.ln 'roiign aliorl,' In rcnnsylvania and the
fort o prevent any movement In the Gene-1 middle Stale. The same bobby, with the aid
ral Assembly of Kentucky on the trbiect of f your personal influence, and the ditnensa.
the I'resideniiul election, in ease it thould I tio of public natrouage, U-WtJ etpect.d
oome ir.iot.ongress, the object ot which Waal wouia secure all tne vtern Mate above
to leave Vou w holly untrammelled by anv J Tenneweej hile Mr. Adaxs, with the aid of
r .1 ' i t. ' u'.ii......ii.:....k r
vai.9iuii vi me puuiic nreiereuce. , imsi " i"r nu mi mucr luaiiairera, warn 10 oriiiir
I I I! . . V . ' I t.l...J 1..,. .U. ? L. . 1
wu uunc uy iiueciuppitcmion loanif.'uvuiuai uiijiimiu iml mc aauic omoinaiion. 1
or individual. . .-.. . . I have the authoritjV of the Focn and 'V6tif
From the speech made by Oonre obert- i peech at lifibiirg, in proiif tha 6il uitder.
son Upon the resolution which were tubae.l tlJod fully the Course, Mr.', Adain would take
quently oflereel, I infer that vou had commti- ' rclaUon to Ute ! American biatcm.' audi ha
mcateti your views to him also. . He wat for mier irom tbo llajrrisburg CoweoUoji,
eavintr you im'rammrlled, ami said the reto-1 ' tirouiiaueou tltaclc ot all your devoted
luuon wouia "crist you upon the election- prensca upon reni.svrvania, from the fal.
eentr aieta in Cone-res completely hand-hood circulated relative to Jackson' oom
curled." ion Upon- the Tariff and Internal lmnrove-
Uavinir attempted to concifiate Jackson. I went, and from other event Which attend
provided an tpolocry for votint for Adams. I J and tacceaded the Fitaidential election,
and taken .tups to have yourself left at liber- The arrangement haviiu? been coumleted.
ty to vote for either, you quitted Kentucky was irownecessury to carry it into effect
for Washington. v ' by the most eftioient rnetns. . The oublic at
It is a fact that on the ar-irol of the Ken- Wasnmgton were entirely . ienorant.ol vour
tucky delegation at Wah; jgton, you person- J iutentious, and u yet every operation wa't e
ally waited on some of them and desired them j act. Either yoursclfor son friend, early in
to remain uncommitted, representing that January, communicated Information of yu ,r
they cftuld vote for Jackson or Adams with I prospects from Mr. Adahi to one or two in-
perfect propriety and atfety, and sayinif that dividtials in Frankfort, who g-ave the infbrnia
kM .t i ! 1 1. I.. .1 . 1 t V. t
eougtit inftitia'ioi frota ytnt. Th d-d aotf J Haw cania you to ay, yea were puJiVJ ',
Ud rati that tkr. Jack tun wttuld i UmtlU fat .decide ba wee) fUe ' pr-tent of Mr.
to rou. aad Mr Adattv tho roterme. but mm a tamaiawt OsMrtJ Jickan' - " "i
eiMKaatuKstteJ ib't uttr tltgtea uaanx, lltrarf lioa titar yodr t4od W rrankfort to i
4-d rtj know m much amtTa about tlotaUi have information about the midd-'e f January,
rer ihan uuj Uujf too. knew vtat aUtaMJcai that tf Mr. Adamt were ekci4 you wotiia .
Im Secrwtary of Sutef
1 - Hew cama Mr. Adam 'Xb giro a m tnber
ofCuiirma, a devoted friend of j , qa .
wlMa.AU vote of a atate deporulcd, ti a,
tfcraiand that if ha were elected you wau4
Vfwceiie a prominent, station in h cahinelr
How eame another, Davmg bke power ana ,
liV m wMasktBaoM tat triwo aa reaaw for 1.
eye wevu .animated tad sparkled a blight a the western representation onpht to acl toge- j tidn to other, for the purp6e of secahng the
uei ana wan eneci. 1 vuvc irvui imp uuuirressionai uisirict. I'm-
It has been asserted as susceptible of proof, bably, similar tep wet e taken lu other dis-
that on the arrival of General Jackson in (he trictm. , , v
City, you met him with, the utmost cordiality, ilut die principal scene of operations was
m nimiiiBiunimy, tnoi wunsunumy your
advice to the Kentucky delegation, to remain
uncommitted, a. majority of them had exprew
ed their predilection lor Jackson, in accord
ance with the known will of, their constitu
enit. une, it not moro ot them, had declar
ed that they would vote for the. man who
ever 4ic l ps burst the tileuce which haa en
ubained tlicin she smike and smiled delighted,
while she returned with ardour the embraces of
hot- friend. 1 could stand it no rongen my heart
was overwhelmed with joyi and started up to
clasp Eliza to mv bosom,, I threw my arms
arouud her, and kissed her; but horror-struck, I
slutmk back. My lilt were laid upon her froz
en checks I had lain holt of her torpse. Site
lav stretchetl out in the shroud. "The candle was
hiding in its socket, and (lie chamber of death,
congratulated him on kit honorable electoral
vote, and expressed the opinion that he would
be elected bythe House of Representatives.
The statement of Major Eaton proves, that
vour manner was the reverse of cool toward:
the General, until after the determination of
liiintly" illuminated by H expiring glow, .was (.yourself and friend to support Mr, Adam.
niore fiastlv than vtr.. Where Wat the nliun.
torn Site had fled,. anr left .no token, of her
pi-esence behind, save Uie. cry' of Repent, ' the
echo of which, lit a knei? kt die dead, still runs
inmyeaif ! . .... , -, . . A' , ,, j
My sister m as irfterqed by the side of her pa
rent in Uie eemelry of the parish chnMi. I in
vited all with horn we had ptttyiouslybeeuion
the footing of friend to the funeral, anil they sJJ
attended.'! did not expect this, jaud finttereTl
intejittcd tonWc, and apparently
knew the secret resolutions of your lit
cept a" very'few coiifideniial friends iu, . -it.
tuxaP:i;- ;- , ....
4 am authorised to state, that duninir this in
terval von aid in substance' Vo a friend of Mr,
myself tJtnt I would not be ntterl deserted by 1 CravKonl, that when vou took nb tlie ireten
the world. - wa disappouited. I bey came to I noiitnf J Ir. Adam and weighed them, and then
taut ttem t'wn,uiti (tok vp ilute of Gen. Jack
Uuriiig tliemonlh of December, 1834. and! would, do tlm most for Kentuekv. or would
more than half ot January 1825, you remain, wake ou Secretary of Slate. By degreet a
eu perfectly silent at to tne man for whom you J niaoniy wat Drought to in tame conclusion
. 11 ... m-i. . 1 . ,rl';i 1 ! . -
honour and pay iheir lust respect s' to her ashes;
bnt not to favor pie. When the eo-iin was do.
While this procca Was roinir on. a member
ho ebntrolled' '.lie 6t of a Stale mill hail
declared 1.1 tirtor of Jackson, wat understood
10 iiave v 1 Over to Adam. On beinc ask
cd by a i nd wheiUer it wa fact, he repli-
co iaat, i, was, ana give mt reason, winch
veye in substance, that "you were to be Sc
crettrjkfcf ,uie, and he believed the friertda
of Adam and Clay uuited, witU the influence
posited in Uie earth, tmd the turf laid over it,
each e panted ia silence aud in sadness, i None
spoke to me. . I was shunned like a seorpiou, and
ititurned alone and unnilied to mv dcsohite luiin-
ion. -J'-' -. r-.-v,v :.4 , '1 your constituents,, you speak.of Com
"The spintof Mary haunts me still. Where- I your conscience and weighing the pretension
ton, you UJ never been to puzzled i n your fife the adiuinistiutioii, would sustain him at
at you wre to decide brtween them ' ' home." ''
lit yodr letter t6 J!'iRe Brooke, wnttt ij In I m aUII.prisedw tttte.lhat aiiotliermem-
January, and jn your tubi quent address to j her, on vvhqm depended the vote of a State,
suiting I atltr naving declared In favor of Jackson,
ly visitor, T have tried every scheme. t have
go'te to tbivign lands, and plunged headlong into
socieiy, i li:ive joined in tho dance and the
maMjueradc; but it is the same. A the destined,
hour apprw.a.ie, the appears, and the un
varying word conies t'rora her mouth--'' Repent!'
1 have remarked, boweveii that herasoeet ciians-
et in proportion a. my rfoul is gay or ruelxnclio- J been ttiet with cool crvility; .but ypu could
rr."-vvneu 1. mingie wun nnriu, aim try, to 1 uraw liotiimy jvoro linn indicating wnat re
drown my torrow in torgctfulne, the 'teem J ward might be expected in consideration of
ent over to Adam, and trave the following.
in substance, a hit reasoni ' He taid, he had
hid determined to vote for Adam before you that the fresidcnlial election Wat approach
ict i cvrtitucKyt ana in your speech at piobie'&i mg.- inai 111c lrienu 01
ever I go, sheciimesatthe fatal hour Mall ea- I of the two Candidate.
ons,anl in'Rlrplace.- To get nd oftlu uight. Yet, you have attempted to prove, that you waited on Mr. Adam in persotf, and told him
more sad and afflicted, and Mauds longer bw me.
and utter brr admonition in more impassioned
language, . AVhen, however, niy heart is subdued
with a tense of its crime, and calmly awnrLS the1
trials that allegd iqmn it, her mcltAcboly is rinje-
ed with k sort nt plaeu) delight-, .her utacK eye
rolls moifl softly upon toe she'lingrs but a
momeut-nd the warning, at it flows from her;
lips, tomes upon ruy ear liko a streaiu otaot
aiiplcMtant musief ; ' ;1- 'I lV '-.. '.'
-.."But bitelv, and I went to rivy Msttomb.---I
direV rovselt on toy knees lx tore it and wept at
the recofieetiriu of former .dftysaiid the deeds I
had done 'v My heart wa melted. ; I feit the bit
terness of remorse', and rai:d my haritts to hea
ven, ivblle 1 en'j-rated iorgivuness in uie laqguipi
of agony.- Sudilenlj theiilodi of (he chm-ch sinu k
1 your speech at Noble's, I met tliat tlie friend of Mr Clav controlled
you In substance, that you had never from four toix state, and that they wished
hesitated between them! " ;.? , . 1 to know before . they cave their Vote what
, The month of -December was passinir -1 would-be done for their favorite; or, in other
way, lour advance to General Jackson had I words, waetiier lie would be made Secretary
ot State." lie said Mr, dm replied, " that
the west was an important section of the V-
mon, and that if elected President he thould
your tnpport. I am told, and believe the fact feel it hi duty to give a citizen ot the west
to be, that when-last in Ken. you stud you re-1 a prominent station in bit cabinet. Upon re.
collected one conversation oetwecn Mr. uuo oeivin mis answer, in auDttance. tne member
chanan and yourself, on the' subject of the alluded to determined to support r. Adams.
l'retideotial election, which took place In the be cause he understood it as pfoinue to make
room of Mr. Letcher. Mr. Uuchaoan remark-1 you Becretary ot Mate.
ed. aa vou itated. that if General Jackson 1 : This, ir, can be proved, and will be prov
were elected, he would not co out uf that I id, it you seek au mvetturation bv Conurews
room tor in secretary ot Estate; that you re-TDuwt wa raiuer ihectfect than the origin ot
pueti iii tuootaiice, you must mean yourecu,i uie unnersiaiiuin? oeiwcen you ana sir AU-
Buck;" that he negatived your reply, and in-1 am - uiderslood each other perfectly
yU UaJ nude to General Jackton, aula Willi
what taolnea tbey had been received, You"
kouai that ht own friaMtl, Mr. UuchaaMuOould
out kla rwta him hint id th IrmJt tntcwta
vagiug ta your ambiuou aaprraUoMa.Xlut
how uk you know, or how werw j ou nui'it,
4' that with Mr Adatua U wuldM me
From all The ch-cuinsunct of th caae, I infer
that yet) knew it direfllyrVoiB hiauvaif. 'Ha
had 'wtMjttrW4 Drivat intertlew. You
o aot apuvar at th nueitajc ta the altitude
of receiving- iuforuuliea tVruut jour, tneods
but you coniomnicate to thcru Ihe eiptci
tioiBt j ou are authorised la entertain tro.n the
looiiotiuf the one and the other. Yo aiv
pear, nut aatht pati racipiaul of Nttvvuta
tiotu bat ay tho active ajrwnt ttWMi) your
frieud on the on tida arid tit. Adams ou Uta
other. After your fiMtndt had oust, they tciil
Cur you they pought iiiformation trout )ou a
to your expectation Irom h 'to vend cairdi
date, and tuey reaolvud It i . .
lbii taut aldir luo. further, lliat a mi
. " . w.v Yiiiwiii .tii iv swvaMji
by your frienda at VVaahiiigl. u ul MsvAiarti'
fr.enly ditposilnm to i ou. to rou were also
the -auurce of the iuteU geato given, eiiber
by yourself ot oilier, W your frrauda ia Frank
fort, that if Mis! Adams iter tumd l-Veaidwtit
you would be beoretary of 8tal. . Yow wev
lb -.matter spirit ami active airiit in tuit
whole buwno, pulling yoi liieudt in mo
Uon tiuiead of maiiiiik' to receive thu second
uuica in uie government irom tuciT uuckCi.
td and d..nlersled cxeition .
Nearly all the Keuiuckv detection tic1-
claretl, after their rtiUro tome, that they vu
ten lor nr. Auaint oecaui it, was w ell accr
lamed that he would a p point ou Seciciarv
of Si We., Uavid Ti iinble to Beamed in a public
speech al lajwit Uourt Uoutc and bis printed
circular staau uia tanreHuui mi abbstance,
.duugu not in- laiiguage -to explicit. How
wa Ibis 'tei-hiiiirJ' From Vuurtelf. aT
thi meeting well a lu pi'ivaie conVi;ra
iuin,' tou may not have used the 'word.
.Mr, Adam wilt appoint Dia Secretary ot'
tifutaiw-- kni vKti n;i ik.i .;,i.:.n.
a well underttuod., . lluw could Aou Jtavo
giveo Uiem ihi iiiforuuuion, uuWt you bad
it-from Mr. Adanisf k- '. 5? ,
, The clecUoii kpprvacUxl,.aid the yumouf
prevuueu inai- you anu your Ir.auu wet) to
elect Mr, 1 Aclaait, and he was to make ' vou
Secrelary- of Slated ' TlftouU Mr. Kremer's
Utter It found it way into uw N'eaaounnri.
With eharacteristic Uolduei.s,)uufleiei uiiiied
" meoi n aim nuuy it oiu ot ..countenance.
Hence; your Caid, i. wiiicU y ou proiiouiiced
the charge. false Jind promised to. fight lb
auilior, Uud Mr:. Kremer -wa too plain t
niaMtu.be treated in Uii fendeimiHly man
nrm ! llavinir trot hi nanie. Vou demanded
au invetiigtiiun before the iiou: The'bar .
gain wat not theii executed. Mr. Adaiut wait
put elected, and )0u had, uot received the
promised office: the, principal evidence ot
the arrangement M ere iu your own-. boaoiHs
and amyiig your own fYrenU, inaccctsable to
your ccu6r. 1I theveture prudontly tie.
clined the invettigaliun, leaving you to exc.
cute your- bargain, and trusting to time and
circumstances to disclose the truth' to the
people. t)n your Jjurt, thi Wa a jeeo' of
that bold maimge,iieut of wluch. you tux
perfect rnaslcr, ," ' -.',' .... , t '.,t
1 hit ciiarge wt. meaaurably put down,
and you were lott in the quia enjuyment ot
the object of your ambition,, llut time ha
disclosed many .circumstance, and a convic
tion wa extending in the country, that the
election of Mr. Adam had been carried by
nit an approaching ty corruption. Oit your
wa to Kentucky last summer, you found oc
casion fur another piece of management At
Vt heeling you leal lit that a lettej was ill town
from General Jackton detailinc an interview
between linn ana iir; UuclMiian, ana cli.
ing the iufereiice that Mr. Huchanan liad'ae.
ted witlv, direct authority from you "or your
uieimt. xou anew uie wnoie bistoiy ot tne
transaction belter than Gam-ral Jackton did.
and you knew, that Mr. Iluclianau would
not support that inference. You.. therefore,
determined to make, a desperate effort to
rest titt controversy on . Unit iiigle poiut.
You took mean to procure a copy of Gen.
Jackson' letter without tho leave ol , Wiur
or receiver, brew it before tlie public, assert
ed that Jackson lidd chuf'td you with belnir
privy to tha couimuication' front Buchanan,
which he never did, caltud hini your public
accuser, whiciuie never was, ana denied, the
whole" bartraiii in nhrssca a couiDreheiiaive
as ingeuuily could frainav You turned, nub.
lie accuser and public abuser , of th Gancral,
and niado him the .burden of many rmer
speeches, violent enough to lum th" most
iudicieet act ever Bt.iibuted to him'.' ''.'
To alt tills, the Wetrcral reptif('wltli w
mnch coolness at lit Mould have done tout
umnioiit fyr the sufrei)der of Nety "Orleans.,
ir. Uuciianan mimeiliulcly irjouied, and aW
though he aubtantially .cuMi'id very nva
terial point w bit JacksiMi had asserted nt
tact, he negatived hi tnlereia.',.prec'
you anti' ipaU-d. lntantly,at .if by r
cert, your devoted presse turouli
iuni'thuut 'your'1 acquitial,' bild 'dec
the authority of tin Wight etvcu'i.
that you as, proved to be innocent, not v...
of makjng'a propo.iUortw GcHerul Jack toil,
but ol making 6oyti &ah M' 1tUmtl
i .1.-. a 1 ' tf.T '.. -1 . t. '
bancuur hi vat, that M. A Um. if lcUdi -
woildw.k'ivr 4etreuvry of Slatei . trr
Ho happened It that you war aula to. .
give your fnend-. In caoCu aaacmbled, t
1 r ' r . . . . s,a . A . s I
MtactorT imornuuium ,wt . .r. nuaan -.uia
shngmaad mVeutiont toward youraelf' rlMT
Haw bannaWnd rour Ariead to riv aa a real.') ?
toa lot t their vote, after tho election, thak.it L
was w d atrtertti'veil, tliat 1 Mr. Ad-unt wtro j
elrettj. , ha .would uute you .sefrciary (at ;
...t:. ' , W S . . j. mlM . . i
now uappeneu n inai yoa ana nir. jtuamv ,
oievt and invetfato wnemict, bocam .
(ifnl f ttntls jukt at . thai moment yo. ooukW .4 y
elflt ytviimerw by a reconciliatioor -; " -iv'i'
III ..u l..,.nruul i (lot liui rvl.f tr' Ml ''
Adtini iui'd ho made you Secretary of fltate,"
pfecipt ly t Mf " Krrmer nan preaicted? , "'
. CoJd all thet-feoinsidencet, witti raatry'
more, have occured, if, a yau y, there wan -fttitlieruivdertiaathng
iiort expectation, thaf ,
you . wer to receive, the ofUoe of Secretary
f State through the etcclion of Mr. Adam'
Impoaiibin A. wen might you ten me,
that the parat hot hartneniou motion of
the sun, maun, earth and pnea, are not tic. '
pemleat 00 the aame firpt cause and vubaar- ', .
vient to the Urn great end. - "', -'
vThe. fact l,have .tinted, 1 1 t.rl -vo
tutich more can te.'V'oved t mi,, t-- - .
tee of Cnfj;re4ttihorird to ,..i f ; i",,?5
oiut tnd papera, ml t.u t-; ' y in-.' v-
wile Jft If it be hinuconce, wld 1 jout-f ;j ,.
late ,ourioii to.Kvntucky, armed, jour .
tonguo.with . boldness, you will not. tlirink ; i
from 1 test, Wluch will place that umocence - :
i hiirh hi mJjsi . of Whim.' ' 5 iTH.'-'
dicaled dilitiotly that lie meant you.
As Mr. lJnchanan wa known to be the1 warm
and active frieirdr of Jackson, it was very na
tural that you thontd mistake hi remark for
ten. and Mar Mtod before wui. 1 never saw hep en advauce on the part Of the General. i 1 bat
look at oeautiful. &. wat lueliouhfilv; bnt ljou" did to UuderUnd bim, 1 beli""e tQ be a
MQiie 'at nnoa her line, and ,e rcgai'dcd me with I fact, from tlie reduirkt made b''
. -t. r ..:.i.f..: ? l...a l. ....... a 1 . : .
A' lOUK V MJV llie ,n.,l!wav"l, "viu , .w.yrru i rriCIUUJ ill jr.xiiigiun, UCUTC
with jor,- tor t lounu v. uai. 1 nao uone wat gouu.
8be niAishv;d away iuthe llarknest of the night;
but tWhiKuonitiou-with mhiib she hatl hldverto
charged nu-F tnUowed tvot, and j drew frOui it an
omen thaf my rlpcufajiee hifffitruly beginu '
M I need hot pursu till tcuiect, fitWherfi .' am
an altered luau. Th blood of atcllow ereatm-a
ttil I erics ftvfii t.st mu; tut a contrite ucfart may da
niUolit'. 1 It-iM it voice. t
w 'at dialogue took place, aud thi
1 but tSv means ot lecurm tlie
prenarttlon were fliutllv com
pie . jneeuuir of portion of the Ken.
tkickyutegatiou wa held, to delermin in
f and I concert ujion their final,' course. ' By Major
' ldr, I Eaton ttateinont nd the evidence adduced
buctanan' atatemenU "d 1 L. .on to I by him, H appear that thi Weting wa held
believe, that preparation were .-e to at-1 on toe evening 01 Uie Kid ot. January, lif.5,
tack Mr. Jtuehauan on account of that conver-1 " three' week alter the understanding rout
sitiou, had he sustainca Ucncral Jackson's in-4 Have taken pluee between you and Mr. Ad
lerence, " "T '..?. S,-'!.' lnsr;At tin meetiua- you "were trrtw-iU,
vVerhap thtsliiiit from Mi JJuehanon rx. I ajid assured your, friaiKlt, in ubtnc; M that
plained the movement, which baa Veeu made Un case General vuektou eliauld be elected,
.1.. ...I.:..-. ..i .L Ll......l.. ih. lutu kfaK...l: .L. -.1 !' ....
letftthe PrMilfmt Argus. 1 "
i. iTkM ir." " '
TO UEM.VI GLAY. t ...
'errelLm of Htutt af ,th . itutetm
lie A'Milioiml ioiui'iiiati.fn and othereir-.
Camstance iikiiicc tna tw4.uiiiimic hij. ic
mark rt tat te 4o. your AirtOerstanduigi with
ilic suljject uf the Werei-ry, Irtters, ; and the
;oiiaeipiti;t (lociuTHfiiiSbi aaluutf 0. atan tut
'. x.J. I
10 .. f
ranee iron General Jackson, you may have tyouj Ut should Mr. Adam be elected, fou
... ....i .1. . i.-. --.i-ii:'.L.i.. I ri -:..ii.i ; ,.1 .. . .. .1 . - T
wanted only a direct or at loaat an'rntelliff ibl
confirinaliofi from - him, to decide your vote
and Influence tit hi favor. Mr. Markley now
appear upon the stagew-That he wat consi
dered your ft'i'end, i huPttautTally asserted by
Mr; nucl'.anau, ami thai be w so in fact, i
Mr.'Adams.- I stialPcivtfyott acatotauo of ! povedhy hi receiving n Office from your
facotand infore -eiC taking care u ,lato 1 admiomration, km4 to be worth 3,900 per
Uiinr" I lm ; cannol.lVe ttbstairturily J yea, whee aUeoemietanti tjeutrai aye alike
nAed.-atid to:xu-' :"t irfctCBce whldi m ll I proscriPcu. Ue itlhi air. uaacn toat uen
xu-'': ir.rctcnce"wii!c)i U uot I phcrilctL '.16
; " ,.-,4 .,
yotTAttieved the tLniiutrtu)n, wrth; lu
weight, woekibe opuoaedtoyoti. to prostrate
felt aatitfled it Would, hot be o, but that you
honed fie Dertonal coiitidrration for vou
would Induce them to act c utruiy to their'
&amr."f Jpon thi tnforiuatioii tliey retolved
to givu tlnj vote of Kenluckyto Mn Adairi
-ome, yierely te promote your elevation
other, bccaii tbey thought thit by placing
you ia the office of 8iretWr of tiiate, which
they well uttderatedd wetfld be the result ol
their tote forMr.Adamv tMey shout trt
( " " AMOS KEVDALLi'' t4 '
i . '.rv.f. i ... 4,..;l .. ' .. ...v . .. . .. ff
r f. St iinilrlnland Vour afi ionilt.' eiirieoiallf"
7K' tjekiagton, In their aonvaratlkms 1 donouuod
me b tlie tnnV vmlunt terms.' Why it thlsf ,
D they loub( !m truth of my' statemeut? Not -,
tt alf, ' The knowing auet among them, believe. .
a I le,,iTt It aot truth ttiey wut s If itwere"t ;
they weuld instantly apply o you t call out youf
fi-iendttp whom K have, alluded, tun, let .thq , .
Wrld tee how false vo mf assertion and how . '
unrourldtMl is my belief. " But ttk-y fom- the .fc-
riilu. Thew dure ns4 wire Vou.trj make tho call, it ,t -'.
left alt I have s lid and .surmised Mtnv. I
tehfrmtd. But tttheg do' not urge you to mako '.'
the" idl; I' lie.- if yon are innocent, Joe cauuot '? -T
nnnntewiroae moniruo) u guuiy.wny, vren tow !,,
r ght to reoiani adont y9 may at 111 be -r '
ocivkitd bvatsndhig mute, as byealiins ftirtlf " tV
the proiftof yourgtiilt ..Hut, HV"lf a aiitltiahr '
tee of Ongres ihall be raited ad properly ere, ,
pown-ed, by your appeaf'or by any other me04Pv ,. .
will tar you the trouui si calling torui yoai-
HpimI. I wish to know the truth,' whatever' 4:
my be the feeling of yworteif and friend. , ,.
wish, to shew the world whether I have doae,..i -jou
nv (ninstice by1 my npli:ion or not If f
nave.-' I will recall thenn If aot truth an ltts4jVr
tine will be vindicated, i bvt )ur fi-ienda, there-". 3 .
11 aeaw tlieir denunciation of inn and peltinui g,
LMifrrte tor an investigation at mi uojt;ct.' ', . v .
Is demanded by Hie honor of the eoantry aud if f ;
thru to whom ltd destinies are entruatijd.., Uct 14ii .
them aid in tecuvins vou an .tlier trtum'ih, tfjf. s-
IrVK" and enaide you aadu to toy " puhtiq Ju 9 f f:
I CrreriQth larro of your editor, Mtsmua.,a
Hut neithiir of be gentlemen vliotu I have al- tT
rudotKitt tieindiioed touner falsehood for four' V '.:
heiiL-nt by bum Julicu yl the-back au4 caUcd W ,
clwsrfolow,if?ji r.jt&'i Jw?-"'li5 - -''''
' Bitiee the abov wat witten, l,hav met .with ; .
the following, lu the (. , Jouipud, eonfiriiiing my '
inferenee that yott did understand Mr. iiuekankn j'
ivmark la Mr. Letoher'tipm, h n advanweou. tSiil '
the part: of ,Cenernl, Jackton. Amougy 'ihute . ,
preee.if in houi'telf, and the Journal tay s ,' thotei
frxtenP Uiiderstmiii front Wt remark, that Mif5 V
tiwri 3 nekton wa eleweu aveotucay wouiatioaj. :
provided Uir, awl thai, hf vm aphon&d H oy, '
U ft m 2d fivittajftLiUd''or the VMti&f$''
1 doplii Otiil I'iwm, among the rwnuirte ''
II day, that Mr, Huetiii when at vahmgf .
ton, nrtviout to the. fast tireiidelitial tier tioi, ' J .
uniiii40alr; tna rvwmonul trienil of &f rdir,."'.S'it
fit Mm. llavit' boardlhtrlioust:, twbere Mr. Giiiy.i f .
oarnuo, aae in w neai'ing, w uoio. languat u to . ,
this effect, if not iu these wdrdti . '"T
- f4 1 believe kis now pretty well ksc-tBhfedtlufe t
General Jackton will be elected President; audaft. -
i than toy of hi predecetsor bave had.? ' i , "
b t fTnyahu,' aid one of the Kentucky dale. '
I tr.tieiii w'At tieSeerwtai-rof btatej ,t
i Air unet,: ' anit taiBiapaveanswerco, -wui.;
tone ,f confidence, tnd ti'iumph," in the fat
lowing wortl" Tbe distinguished, patriot ic tusdf -"
eXlicnenoed sUHesruan now To tho room,'' tlireot.f 't '
lug hi atteittion to Mh 'fyhy iJ -' jjvmj l'ja
It it further taid. tJut from the " Bianiier,' at ,
ell as f Im words of fr. Ttnchanan f V
general baprctsion 'of those Afwioot "W-a,iiat,tf-'j C,
General Jackson wa eleetco, Kentucky fould, . '
I admit, lbt, prove you du uut make, a
(uiTtxjjiroposiuoii to yen. j act toil tbi'uugu
Mr.'Tvueliaftilirout it no' more' exculpate
you from making a direct oargtiir with Mr.
Adams, than it orotc Thomaai Jl fli-Muit 4h
flitve been friendly to your duuiilirlu.
tour poid dcniartnd cunning' effort to
-rest th '-whole cauu on lle-iieiurjacksonV
inference, was. 1 admit! a picck ol adroit nuiw
k-edient TTift.' Sir, ' tlie Vihi butones of
your oewai anu your, ttotertutuu utjuttice to
tbe General, have excited pint iuvetti-
... i.i.. .li... I - it. .'i.! 17 . '...
gawvii.anu- ainujtia a uaiac wuitu wiu con
sume you. Fact a hicn would forever have
lent; he been brought before ! 'the public,
and the volume of evidence 14 daily enlarg
ing and becbuiing mo'COhctuive s . u
, What was our motive lor wntipR to Jack-
ton at tuck u timet after Slaving becitlreated
by h'na with jpoiiited tcornr ; '-,'
t tfhvdld VOU trV to bre vent anv rnnve.
m m . . ,
rilent iti' tliet" Kentucky Legik!ature;'
might intetfere'wUh ou design t Wash-
tetii r s ' 1s- .;;-C'l ;4r
i Why did ToU not publicly avow. fvr' whom
you. intended iq yute ,beti eiu', Ut Keu
.tucay, Nwycau uf aayiug iu isif or. iiyeo coo-
edeutiartriendj tnal jqn" BUbdld' W lot
be provided fur, aud iliat. Lo wat authorscd to
I from, iu (juaitunoro Kcpuuucan, 'w
T, SartawojrWp publi.it .
u-tlay4"in , ip.tereitini;ict)rre spomjehcu '
jetweer Gen. Duff Green aod tb & k -l'f
creiary itt Mat,.'Wht subject of, jha ;
'ir'MiHtisi Men.w--.Gent'i:al i Gree if
hat tcrYdrtiiuy iW-ornn-a jbf; (i'fetlr pui
of the Secretary, and we are iuit,W-7
ttrisc(t" tfvatMr. Barbour" vas. ! loth to .ia ,
pe'kkjuut.Tur he fstand how tonviofed'f e, '
of. havtng circulated forc,potiticaJi a"i;d
tuat wuivii lie anew um io ue true. .-.
Yetv Jemtiy Barbour J 8scb:taiit'a.X 4i !
WAKi naw Certifies klai the Militikit. '
which the ais . who A;ore',execoteil, be;''
lonced, toere muttered into Service and. -
paid for SIX 1 ftionlh urtil tjto ta mat ; -
Jame$ JJarbaur ,tlWKUunq the lati';;,
suionier, cirwltte Wtihl lii own. ha'ptl, i ; '
'Binm' villainout Pmnphlet, in wliith t,'w5
iti tetedk'that JJie Hat Wititi.' then were 1
nuisterea fof dj RJP$;monthi:
aod that they had a right: to quit he ;;
camp when they did, mod that Gen." :
Jackson .waa their McititE.vrThit V1 f '
the : Secretary' at Var dtd circulate' V
those fuul 'and fajw Pamphlet,. U ;0j;
fact which will be put beyond all quea
tion, if hetlare denyjt. s k-V , v .
;? What. will,' whar iuii.t'aiU'tuous f ! ;
itojile Uunk of aa Adtuuiiatration, one