v - , 1 i. A Patriot, cjaAeCH' Till if :c; r.r;,. ,n:il :ir Oll-' - r .fhc nne;ud account of th al t) it? r GcrrrnrAon. list Sjiurdt. I;ir'pn P-mieral-ic candiu"t ; for 'Governor, . Slirpnr-L Et-M.. and o!if.1,iiwnnin:n. ft: Jiru: -riia k-y.- 'ily.-'eoinmunictorr. worth, jto B . t:, t . A 1 1' k i.f 1 1: e ca mp Ugn. ; Gr.:i:,r ikStokm Co.f j'uncji. IS 13. teuton if the Iarie:'':' '-, 'O . Oa'Sitai.iT bt an ir;? rutins ICatr came flt til' ()l me cne .01 tne r,t InVimemf. parlies", thtu:, ... ru; in week s pnpcr. The jsitipoi of -Mr. Cilur 'C eiivcu) to be ifnpregr.aSh. ThtJ exj'I'.wii mniw r iirh?cH th nro : here set ,-x.imea mai oar ; hc lcoiijcrntic Ia0err t:i$ wa tnougUt :to , hoi favrni?aluppurtuwiy for 'their ; candidate' ' -.fiiriCiovef.-ibr to ;npjKar bd od V'cssi ( Ue H'j.!. . This MNiilhfKJghrt to be a mast favor- i.blu iiQiV;:thu tM-xasian wou! j heccssarny d raw. tg. -tU-f a I j number of j crsons f rem ; trjjfl '' il'coimty; the wavirof plufn. t-s; tli.-ar.pwrciiig tittj and soul.sik'ng drum v, Vould aroa-jo muteness into! Qlourice; cv'. vry thing was prepared for a'tretnendoas ou - tjiiriag of pitiioic entii 'jnTj arid ttio star f Dcnrjcrtiry was -anticipated totlse'hlghliri tho asccmkuL . ' 1 ' - v ' . -j .x , As espcc'.bd the militia' nttqndcd prompt y : a stiirdy.looking ibl of men, to, 'tin very wa looking as jf tfiey were worthy of wv?.iMijjjruv - 'M'l'wi 'uwy. (Tt c - ,1v,no since, ctevaiea 1 Secretary -of tne 1 reasiirj , tjajjjjs for i&ir cqnRte to nu?ct , in rdc to'ra4jeMn.to-the Senate of thb United ; State. Mrcrla j nedihat thbra'fbia"$Yhig volunteer .r tW Mexican wAr. By-fenioTpJfccopied & hghv.rat)k'i9'-their;doidions? worked so well aflaTftmrove tlte m 3 iH.ing tut County .men 01 Caines and Jf orsytn; ' Tlwpy wrs 2 ;embed and ojdtc.sed by that , Btert io ; v.riot, Col. Shoberf who' formerly Vi)'inin;indt dtho rcgimcj-t in a speech-! of , ynbjut an hoqr in kngth, lit at' strajri of lofty patrioVum and .'burwiig eloquence. v'The result was tliiit fifty U wo , sturdy . we,l).looking men turned imt, and vdwed, that they were riic!y tomirrch tb gloTy or the. gravo ;,whJn fvcr'lic. iniercs; of their 'country required ::p ;i t;-: ;y . ; ,: ) ;": ,.; ' ' : ;l ' - - HdVf was conceived io b.eihe time, or Ar. 1 -Rliepird to address the'eopre; Ty prcpar. lion 'was midu for his convenience end he. ; cotnmodationi -. - i"1' vv 1 ' , 'i In the commencement '' ofj his speech, he'J expressed tha pleasure . he fel irv meeting that portion of his fellow citizens;) informed then that he was a candidate for tne Gubernalprial chair,' which' he hoped to Receive; and after - n ft-wjumps he alighted j"pori the poor Whigs Whig sijiugiAVhig'.villany,, Bn( roapy ; ot r such handsome things. This .was all .tluD iu a style c Gently showing that he wished t'ofiod a ph-jr ion worthy his steel. Dating hs remarks .he commented at large upon tho Tariff of 1 812j1ouche.d s.ofiiy ..and hghtly on the Sub-lVcasury; spoke iu Jiigh strains 6f the Mexican VV a f and the deeds , of valor which covered Gen. j Taylor and his urmy .'with' glory 4 ' lie Undertook to ,'' show how ruinous and - op'presiveihc Tariff , was ! upon the poor; how it served jto fill 'the pocky ' t ts'of the rich; that the policy of .the W higs ' wa'i' la aid foreign interests, at the 'expense nf the'reat mass of our own, (in which he was, most unh;rpty.) ' , ' - ,! ; jJ The Whig policy in relation to 'the t public liiids came'in loir a,futl shsre ohis. thunder, nnd lightning: could not perceive what' inter ' i si any State had to exdect a bonus from the. : Uovern'mchUa'ml. said that the policy of the . .J7emocraiic party was'lhat the proceeds, of amies' bould be puldlnJthe; general cqireck. , His next subject was a, denunciation, of a I U.; S. Bank; le praised.1 in unmeajiured terms the StUe bank system; and pronounced , it to be. the safest and - most unvfornv that 'could be-devissd for ,regulating.exehangew r.';' ; After Jwing thus disposed f 'all subjects relative to the General Governmentr he de. . scehdod toSiato j alTiifs, yhen: he took' a ride! on the!, Railroad; of a Considerable length of ' tfme,1nhic!i his'cqmpctitpr, Gov; Graham, and. tho Whigs fcameari; forj a full sha re j of . " lus relnarks;,' 'iiolutiJevc.he-' was exp ire mely ctxreful 'tie vjr to "o bac k f a r the r than the session of 1 33. A He ad.nitfed that . the bonds which were given lu 1941 to mdemniiy tie Stae, a gi install and- evj ry liability, for. to the amuun; of time theys were." them, hud since itsendbrsemt'nV of tne bJnt Jjo00,000, were good at ihd received: bat that many ofi become insolvent; arid ultm Inwly gave it as u legal conclos'ijn that h waJdtmbtful whether these bpnd.ict.uld be. colted. ' 1 J . The conduct ul Gov. Gr;ham. for bidding thp tunf of $363,000 for thv" Uoad,-ile nno. tiiii'litnitrd by the,L'egislitt ure,. was an oarrage 'uponjhe' tightsfof, the Slate, ns jhd samq might ibably.- hapsbecn 'purchased for'" .a mere .pomioal sum. ., ' ', V ,: -; -'r .- ' . j; After he ended his remark, loud calls were . madTo for John, A.Gilmer, Esq , -Alio hap. 1 nrncdio be " nri'senl in attendance at our County Court. , ,t i' J confess thai I hnvp never before iwimcss-' cd such n rout. Wo ore all" proud- of the noble, bearing of Gen. Taylor, and .his Un.lt: 'arinv: but thtrir rout of. tho Mexican army. . was put so cornicle as the', overthrow of lle talented yiJunjf senator from Wpe.V r !, Mr.jGUinrr, nke,a(ooia aiogiiiiMu icaat, reversed the vrder of his .adcrsnry's speech; and with ftarless confidence!, which; trulh nid hotM sV inspire sK opened his' battery o,nd ni'cvrry fire he hull of his opponent received . a bot shot, Avhich soon toldimith remarkuJ flcct;"and the'-i tafentcd:. jouhg:i senior ca 1 led, fo r a pn rjey h ich w a s not g ranted . until a foil iut Had taken pi. fe; . -,l , He ktaud lU'i he, had hebjd much saijJ ruinstlus abcut fripn.i Grabam.- and nchMid giot.ile Whig party, in relat.oa In lie .iUifrouds. : IT ywjwd that all had l- t.ntd-hutas Mr. Shcpardhad not though proper to give a full ilftail, of-theubject, lie . would raise thecur'am ano iop uinuuuug ' .iMiiwr mio l. If Wafrie t)ere was m ;ariy . "Kdv . he was prud to hayp ah opportunity I 'W. iJt'mftU .Vrerir,lha 1 WO DUfl'lCS Otl 1 , tlns'sulj--ci , if the ge hilcmari thmglit he ceult ' gain any tfi'vn by it. It is well knoifvn tha: tkeSy st raNl' 1 nVsrnal improvement ;w'as first -.faitcned by ihe LcisUiurel 'rif 1836 by that Lnci ihe State iirvesitt QIX),000 in tl)e Wil fnintbn.and Ralf lgh Koad that she became V. n prlner,'y th term of hef contraci, jwiih . ' the Coenpany, to the fulV'j amount - of iheir . charter ,'whfch:wai;$i ,500,000. f 'And every ma n of domW 'srose, ..lawyer . oV no lawyer, w'eU knew that a firm wasj liable for the con. tracts Cany member. ! It iwas true thai the . Slate could not bp Mfcd: but he was uuwUng - ' to believe that the bid Norib Sute had - v....4 ba was willing tb see her tarnish - hr honor, or take IwiUjjder'the panoply ofovegnty,frni tna perjyM... - legal or moral obligation. .',.'L j ' r . ' -v--' , i ' .11 that - led--: rove- thanks hew a inf-onrfeJj, thiwi dono bj the ngeucy of the Ic2u acd. most pror.jlnebt Ucnioprat.i rc. p an was cmaoCas la ft hire's cl IlQfy!iri5 uotlcrstwid jt l)a drawn by Fiom J. - JfloywooJ, hen it 'in'emlier fron..yake; and avneitfd ;andllu3tai(l'"d;by tilicbaefvlloke-i ,.;n :: fcadingi' fncnUeriVbr 'ihq ij,rjij, rcsiiw-'. Ekrinocrftfio pA rty , tfonV'LiW? corn. At 'the', tlmeof .;iho kdoptb'n of these aejl!uiionf ' the ' SimoPttre' twjl elea.ted Mr. .Haywood to the Spakcr't chair in the House of Commons; and, as they are pro. grcfisive io all their noljobs, nhey Lave been proj;resic wiib him, hiving sinqs elevated ond thej since tried to.cleVete him to the Jvxtx:iiie'.'chair; . ;,, ; '.:.'. v :'.;..' i Iil833 tiie IlaleigVand Gaston nijro.ad carne forward and asked th aid of the. Siate. rrhiiU'iadj (of much more iiripoiriance to ifll wpitern NortirCaTolipVij had been, cdttduct upptdivtdtepor.bilit yv They; came jforward noti S'flV '- name of the stale might be loaned to; them, and as1 an indeqpnity cxt;uted,ai mortgage on their property and became indiyidua J lybound to the State to the exteqt of their stock. In 1S4.0,, their work.not bcinj compieicd, they aiked a further aid of a loan f - 300,000; they gave as an additional security the bonds of individuals jto'' the-Umou'ot of 8500,000, nnd executed a" jmo'rtgage on the. whole of the ir projksrty j-wbich cost $ 1 ,400,000. That the Legislatures of 1833 and ,40 were Whig; that tofthe palsing Of the firsl act thojr, had been strongly urged by many of the leading Democrats of the Stae. " A. large- Ictdroal Improvement Convention had been held iu (he ci t y of Rateighi kf N o vemoe r 1 39 ; a t the commencement tof thc essieh, over which It. M. Sav'neteri presided, " :;a nd. in wjifch L. D, Ucnrtl and WiUiavi ll. ITdyv?oid (names not: unknown to the progressive prriy.jii figur. ed hurgdy . ;That ; Co.nve ri lion passed resolu:. tion.urgi'ng it upon tp1 'legislature ' to aid works uf ' internal1 irhproYcmnt to the cxtut of three millions of '.dollars; that the NVhigs had only gone to adopt "the recommf ndation in part, and tlen took, the precaution tb take a iTiortn2e atd hold ths ind-ividual stockl hoUers hoble: .; ; . '7 .Mr.' Gilmer here made a strong appeal to theommon sens? Q5 every mart, to deter, mine who had acted tprudenl!jt: Democratic counsels had plunged the biate into an obso. lute investment of 8600,000, with ihe' hazard of liwelling'thc sum to 'millions; and Demo cratlc leaders had. reepmrrientded and urged upon the Legilaturo - ta involve the,. State in three millions more,- without security, or in demnitv.' ' -t , . :. .!' "r. " M r. Gilmer tlen took. d review of the legil npiuons of Mr. Shepard,. and his notions of i'q law of mortgagei and indemnity junsdic tiiin and salelSic.; also of the validity of ihe bonds1 cxecined underthe-act of. 1940.- Irt all which a more complete exposure was' never witnessed. .Democracy- itself was brought to the-blush. ; After his'expdsitionpf the different views of 'the "talented young senator,'- he wWnd up this part fffhis speech A.by;siihply asking the pcople.a few plain 'simple questions. Tfce State? is interested in the bondf ltd the exleniof jS500,000; Gov. Graham, (who is admitted to be a good ;:la'yeru); asserts with out - doubt these bonds are va,Ud and can be collected; while Mr.' Shepard thinks they caiioQt .be? collectcdf at all events, that it is very'quesiionable: The question is', Tn xchose. bands shall these bonds be placed' for collect tien?in the hands ''" .Gov.' .Graham, who thinks' there is notdoubt of their validbg; or in the hinds of , Mr ri : Shepard who thhiks they cannot Ve cblhcledf , A.n individual has an important law? :'sutt.to lawyers are Consult, ed; one is clearly "of opinion that' his client's claim is well founded -the! other : thinks" tfie. case, hopeless: .-rr which of the two ; would any pYudi'i.l :.man ' retain in bis Causet Tlie con clusion was so logical : that its effect 4tunncd MrvShepird arid his friends and struck them dumb, ' ..' ; ' .-'..- ' .:";' '. " JrJ 'G.driier "next teiok a view of Mr. Shpp. ar j's. course on the subject of the llailoads, anuchargcdihat Mr. Shepard or his : friends were'directiv interested ' iri the Raleiuh and 'G is'ton Road hebce the mortal offe-ncc ki Gov. Graham,' in.riot tettipg them purchase . rt i r 'L 'I.-. . . : a . ' ci I iio;io jor; a merer inns.. iur. . ciiiepaco diijelaimed noy interest, as .he sold' his itock to jbbKoad in, Jyhe, 1845. '-Ah! thfen, ex cl limed -Mr Gilmer, the ffpjitle'man has' been of and nmoncr these soulL-SiS cornorators who hk vc practiced such (a"ud upon tlie Stale! It is un old adage, that "there should be honor among thieves;' arid-beeves .jone to abuse his former companions!! 31 r, Gilmer -then stated he of course t?ok it for cranted that M r'Sheparcf; was .; ) not now a stock-holder (ns Air. cs? stateo be was not.) tiut! never ihele?s, according to ; ille,. provisions of the act of 1833 t?fd '40, Ac.it slill liable to the Slatt to the amount of his stock! ; . t Alter clearing bn suhject , M r.: Gilmer tlienlook- a review of Mij. Shrpard's financial a!$ility-his power and practical, notions for tlie' " relief of the heopfcV !a,nd hU notions of political cconb.mv. No surgeon ever perform ed, such a dissection; and no culprit ever wrimco unaer me tasn more man aid Mr. Shepard. You could almost hear him thirrfv j a!o jd ho mofe' :tf jhai,; lil, arid .l, will love -ibee. '; '"' ';.;! 1 '' ' ; r '?'"..""" ' ? . severely handled, that whole was turned into ridicule; bis sincerity was doubtofi by m?ny of his friends. His folly was exposed io offer ing to issue papiery bearing interest at only to-and-a.half p;r- cent , 'and when loaned the Iwldcc was'forbiddeuto pas's or circulate ii as mojey. .. This was believed to be op eject'oneering spheme six intended, and for nothing more. Because, at lhe"same session Mr. Shenaf had au opporl. iyt vote for a bill fKithoristndt 1,200,00 to be issued wljich would have passed nnd been received as monevCwhich he voted- against. At the s me session be yoied to dispense with the MnV of ihe Statr which would have bt'ougft rain tipon tkedarge mass of our people; that in ftivinc Ibis voe lie: voted solitary and alonenlveO oneW his own parly going , ..L i Tkr iKI Lmked more like the tafithhim. That nenius of ruin and destru;iwn, pan iKe one IL n.rdfr or had svmrat' wifhithe people. 'Tbat he hd moved W-trike out Vtwo; thousand? and insert "fifiy thousand" fn tl report made by tle committee appoint, ed to liave thC'Capiiol square ipnClosed. . Mr. Giirerated that ha .did not vole ;muci like ' Tvt it wai a well known f -xt V LV.at-arc-cf 162 3 was Don I- -L-.tttcJ ! 7 tt I--V.-eJ tiw at3t err.! ":'v i i. (nenii wh!i iJroad i.jmj-a.i.A 10 ihd amount if wiv'tra!, millions' of dullard, provided in divjjl j. U 'wuul'vTtaVe hrvi CSitti ol thd ktock; a maoofeconorar. or 020 whacart?d for the I ?. S.irplrd'a TarilT notion cimo v. 1 : hi Tsuxn ne -was f.aridlrd tki gloves, ilr. Gilmer staled jjut ho rcilly V.i r- i.iui : mo .y'zrcsivcs - cou.a or wot eome to'somo i lactorr eonc!ol'oV An' ti's..i aubjHxt, as all boorst,mco wUhcd tb do ri ;ht,j ij-i no- man knew whro tt beliete or have J ' .; ' . ' . . . 1 yw imuence in. in progressive party, ii was well known uLu the farifl" was pissed in 1842 la part to rcdeemtbe Treasury Notes issuejdtd Itasporl the pruf'gate administra tion A Mrl-'V.ab" Buren.' Tnxt it" tht time lb rposV;ViokDt of the party . deiwurkjed; the scheme as ruiaous and thai the dufies'were! so htch it would ope rate, asa prohibition, 'arid consequently but small, revenue would arise j irom laatj source i mi wimin iorie year thereafier Str Robcr Walker t the progressive Secretary )f the TrqasUrj , bjiUiaTiy asf a nil had worked so well as toarnprove tlto manufacture tog inters't ijf jl!e country-, enablt tho banks to sustain themselves with credit and, useful, ncss, and equaliz6 the exchanges and hid actually; brought jn more Verenue . tha.n was sufficient; ari its present workipg wou'ltJ in a short time produce a surplus of $o 0,000, OOOfc indeed some of the, little' 'pimps arid parasites . f had actually .. figured iy AJp to a period, when there would be: an pxtfcss of 8100,0004000. His Report toongress was hailed by the Democracy as a' great, Male pa per whiclpound a ; response in th British Parliarricnt, where iLwas; forthwith ordered lo be prtrlled, In order tMat tho views' f the Dernocfaiic Secretary might be known to the British 'nation, aW inform them , that in the conflict iu wliich ' the Whigs of the ' UniWd States were endeavoring '.to protect the J abb r of tbeit o w n. countrymen ; against tho pauper labbr-ttf England Effgiatid had strong Irfends and aiSrs in . the ipemocrdic Secretary arid his party. ;'j ': .: :'', Mr3ilmer then give many rnstanccs and facts,; clear lp showing the deceptive policy of the free tcadtrs. ' :. - k He then showec'eary the disposition", of the Democratic party io concentrate power, in one" mart; that many of their leauVrs could not do an act wxtboot placing in the. hanas of theip resident" powers wtaich, he ought, not to have, and which h couljl jxejrcise to an swer any purpose hdwcrfr foul. ? That in th Tariffbill recently reported 'm the IIousc)f of ,Repreentativgs, jfctftf : is given r to the President to tax of rioiat pleasure, the arti cles of Tea and Co flee at 10 per cent. In ihn every principle of republicanism ..is out r ged. " The AV bigs ack no ledge n o power to lav taxes excent in the RcDreseniativ-ek tho'people; the one man power they .i)ow..dfs.J dain.'Ias llieir fa'thers did in76. i nai in mis progressive; Democratic bill , those exctusize, patriots aud'guardians of tlie people live pin it in the power of tha president to ' act cor-j-uptly, faudulently and. 'oppressively under the sancion-of law ahd w ithout responsibility., For instance, but: view thi bill, rhe President whenever he thinks prober, ' may ' is'sue :his proclamafon to the revenue officers;; who are bound to collect a' duty ol ten per cent upon Tea and Coffee., S It stands the President in hand to" secure frienJs; in the large cities or he has fa.yOrites;--The.-ha nothing to do . but- to give them the vjnkf-'thcy, underS;ajpd H; make heavy importations of these free arti. clesand as soon as this is done, they jn turn give the President the wink, from which he understands' they . are fead' Forthwith he issues bis proclamation; and'aU I ea -and Coffee then imDorted ' must pay a tax of ten per cent: thus clearly giving his friends the advantage of ten "dollars in the hundred over aircorhpetitos. ' . ."' V ', ' rhe opious Sub-Treasury was -taken up- er review,' On this JsubjoctVMr. Shepard sppke as if 'he had Jrather let it alone.-' His adversary shoived. many of 'its- 'odious fea. tures the .fo'llacy . unfitness and imbractipa'- bility of the .scheme. On this subject I, do not .think Mr. Shtnard had one-friend. It was amusing -to 'hear a.n exposivion of Domocratic fondness for State Bank. A. few years since Ue Progressives encoura tnesc institutions; and called them in to- aid in putting (wnlihe "ftlunster. &q soon as this vas done; a split took placet between these al ics,the I'rogrpsiivesand the flanks., :n which many of.the latter .were-blown up; and those that surviv"ed were driver, to take sfhel- tcf under suspension! . Their former all and friend then; pronourfced th'en heartless,. soullpss,'iiviihbuthoriof Or horicstv and the very hot-beds of rogues, swindlers ancj scoufi.. dVels. Now they wish to return to I their fornfer love and nolhing is 6 handsome and well calculated to roulate the exchanges of the countrV a's'State Bankw! : ' ' ,.: . Here again Air. : Gilmer wished to '- know what confidortce any : honest mtari could have ; .u' ';.'' J! ' f in ine juugmeut ur uivn'siv oi; u, pny . which had no principlel who' would' reebmmend to-day iand. denoance to morrow? ;i; 1jrV.; ' , The next sabjec: taken under j review,: was Mr. ShepardV denuncirition oT Whig .policy in relation to the j public . laods jHd; clearly showed lli-it from the; deeds pf Cession .made by' the Stales'aft'er the formation of Ihc. 'Fed, eral Conslliutionf'the.: wbigs were right; and that no man who .understood the .English language could, entertain a ditlerent opinion.' tie dened yie most kecn sighted ol ttro rro gressives yea, leven". the great author; qf the "Bill for the relief of the People," to put a difieren? conbtfuctiqri on therti. : v. t jTbat-aslo irL Shepard's denunciation of ihe bonti:given the new States, Mr. Gilmer expressed surprise. . He stated that, hem a. gain "wa. prcsydted 'one of he beauties of progressive consistency. That Mr S. must be wholly uninformed on the subjectf or he must have supposed that he was addressing a - people yho ' were unirifotrmd, ana with tne silliness ff young lirds would' open their mouths and swallow any thing which might bS offered them. He.then showed that this br.us had been given to, the ne States in every act which had been passed ori the'sub; ject frpm the, foundation of the Government to the present lime; every Republican Pres ident had sanctioned;;. and the system had worked well both as a revenue system and as oee undr which public domain had been' taken up anp sealed with a rapuity hereto--fore unknown in the history, of, civilization, j. He stateollhafchafity would prompt hirri to believe that 'M r. S. bad not tutbed his . idt.tln -tiori td 1 this subject; otherwise be could not cbme to such conclusions as those he wished to enforce, flcre Mr. G. gave som reasons 4 for the bonus 40 the' uew States wliich had governed (Vngress ft many instances on this subject- The first settlers of a cpun' rj. unde'rr went grfeat priVatidns ' a 0$ hardships; their lives and property were always endangered by an exposure to the savage."' foe. With great f .bjf and wV.t ; .au'ted' d expanse they nude,, settle out oal$, ertcicJ enjreacs, cut orchards nnd mide many I'm (.'.".XT improvement making "tho country :jre ' lirab!p,. sriih LJ isiativ people leave the oil Statt- and seek a bonte ip the new States. w'aich'led to a dem.a n J for the public jinds and enhanced thoTr vilu ,TlA) as a mero, aostract. question i t ngm uh-st I . 1 -. . i . t ' ' ' I pef'plehad a ficht to demand a bjnu-. But there was. another view' which he wish. ed Jo present. .Tlvia mgrt"TSlb bo new to the Tioborablo ge.niicmad.) : It was this: Ouk Kisto ry . tho wed4tlat'' : thor . gg reg-i te.popul atiois o( the United.'ate''iricrfiascii;. one"- fmndwd .ierpcot-;'cvc4'Jr'''twt!Rly:fi yea rs four' 'per cent per annum. That every census which had been taken from the year 1700 :o184C showed tbajt infsdme instance, the proporiiuri of theAold gtiics did not increase-moro'-: thao one or rwo per ;ceni; nuer' too jnew oiau-s increase from three to fjve per cent, pcf au jmm, which would be nn incrcase-of some' thirty. per Cent intl'tcn years. - Now nil fair. minded men .' wished to di." right: would it then be iusl er riuht to nfit ihe old States upoc an equal footing' with the new' State?, and let that ratio ol distribution stand for lerj yedrs! . It has been shown rhat m some in stance the fejdefaj population iy one State .would not incyease more, than from Jen tc twenty percent. in te ny cars'; w h ilefin ih i new Ste it woiiii increase quidruplu thit nurriber. If theri nqiliing .were allowed the new States, we should have il the excess of increase of pdpulation in,tbe ndw States ovct thc old Slated enii rely cut ofl from sharing i'ri any portion oflhe procctds, of sajes oi the public! domain which would, be unjust., At least the Whigs think it unj is-t.- Every Ad. ministration heretofore actedupori the princii pl .."'"' ilia,t' it -would be unjust.; .Tbey : hivi all United itgiyirig the boiiu!, But in tliese days' of prbgressive'democrac it is discover, ed mat the tVlhers of the republic Inve been in error, and .new lights liavo! burst upon the faybredpany.- i; . . - i;M .-InrcplyoMr.- S. orii the ;-3Iexican war, Mr. ,G. jnsisted ihrtl ihe f Whlgi; as" they lnd begun-, Wouldj continue to do tlielr duty; their putribtisfm forbid hesitation when our common country' was inVolv-ed' iri war; lint they valued too highly iheir country ' Inmr to" be w-ariUo'gj' when : theif aid 'was required; ilwl they wo.yli be the. first on ithebaVtlo fiel and ;li lsf to leave; and ."that they -w'cre honi estly ready; l spend their Irist dollar and shed their last- drpp of blood to bring the, war to a speedy aid honorable f termination''. Bat at the same time, -they had courage r.cnough' to inquire.; into5 the causes and circumstances ?ivhi,chhave';induced. AKtLbrouglit this war so" suuueuiy uo'iue 'couniT-y . niey were noi to. be deterred from i this, from any .f ear which the.'gqnUjoman cqtld excite by f heaping, upon tkein ann-republipaTi na tiits, mipufje motivi and Ujppro'b.rioij-j .'epithets. , 'PiieV; .were nut tobe'lofced into a fnlsc josiliriinfb)' "t.V Inrd names whtfeh he had so rifdy atimJj ..-They-wbuld be foiihd warriors, '.goofj aod iruo, iij the field of bloo: uoing:b iulci srJe by side V3t h if ie j r De niocra t ic . fri ends fo r f i c tary over thjjsrielny,;.? B ai in tho miJst;xU'.tHw . peril they Vould : not forgct tlJcTr'duty M Svtet That tl!fc,s3feiyarjJ pernuriency of .the Rs pablic' required patriotism, nrripnrlv directed , and exerted at the ; po)i.-,. as well as in the field. .. . . - . .;,;.;. - : ;'-:,;r-' -. r Mr. G.'Rsisted;tliit it;., w'as'anti-rcpub'icaij fo. denounce and :;abu lhosQ who would not; at dricie iail cfo'w rtla n d wbrsl.i.1 p 'those 'who ha d' blessed iht .tifit j-y wit h war, p nd Who -had invited the plain yeoman ry lto:: leave their homes, .theif ' wives, their.ehifJren their brothers,'. sitefs,. and parents, 'andi-expose iheir lives in iJista'nt 'and unhealthy climes to ttie dangers and.haxardj of wrir, at the liberal wiges of sven dollars per tnonihj while those who "were I 'doing them -sucli essential- favors were mailing wfir'ipeeches in Congress at eight dollai-s per day. (That: the. Whigs, in CorJgress were for giving the poor soldier ten dollars per month; bat were voted down by inc progressive iemorracy: 1 . 1. 1 Mr. G. artiued thai n-hbriest- citizen ' could r$ai the President's Mesrro ' of December last, without RercRivin? from ifs ncneral-teWr' adisposiiion, to? involve 'trie countrv In was on ino iNorlhwest ; with Ureal IJntain: and ihat-.almost ;as soon as we were informed hit Congress, ui confo'r'roity. to tlie ' popular will, had declined to Jhiirry the country 16 war. in ,l?jat direction,. wb were told that war was already btfgun on the Southwest, and; that " Volunteers were ' nccdejd. That might' turn oughV tO; be ! all rjght arid unavoidable, consistept with honor,"" interest and welfare of the. Government;' but ft was certainly not treason to inquire into, .these ihings on the contrary., iti;argued want of ?lliat firmness; ,and j ndepende nee Which every Voter 'ought to .have, Yiot to do so. H'e proceeded to give many reasons why he conceived there wa moreat the bottbmo than pure and disinterested patriotism, or concern Jqr national honor and the general welfare, v He warned iiiii hearers against the' anxiety, x becoming so common.,1 to -extend ourvierritbry tri the South, to the orth and to tlie, '"West; held up 'ihe fate of the' republics of Greece and Jtbme, in a similar. on the part of each; the probable perils to thq Union by embracing . under one? Legislature uch a vast territory, with such variety of tlimale an! sdjjmuchi people, -different in education interestSj- and pursuits; -and presented other objections 10 such adventurers ns merit, the serious consideration of alMhin-k ing men.. ;'.'. These vie w8. couTd npt be 'answered bv 1 Mr. ShepartL lie evidently wished for night to came, and longed to bear the - bugle sing "truce, livery thing parsed ififf as well as heart could wlshi. - It was-a gldridus day fof old Stokes whose population, is jionest-; ifiid patciotic and wiirdo right if hey know it.- ; . . You rriajr expect a. full Whig representation from this count Yin jlie next Legislature. ;f ,; !.. :.-'. - Vours trrily,' . '! ; ' - ; .. ;;''', "";"-' -k: PEMfjROKIJ i; , .; The Senate. ;.: .' ' -What! a-Vlerim and xiirnified ' rebuke has been adrriinistered to the rampant a nl unscru pulous Sytrk of -Party, by thq action of thJ Senate on the Orpgon question. Even Pres ideal Polk,sw,ajtd by ?t!ie ill.conside;red re., solve? of the irresponsible Baltimoro Coi. yention, and roundiy asserting tulc to Ihe who eof. Ofei?on-sw(fn bw : thf .SmM t 1 1 :y 1 .L ; ! '' ...f. - ' r.'i,T " las; sutrKs uie responsiumty 01 settlement pponVthaf body. Bul in that grave forum, fume is desired to share responsibility even involving. lhefate of nations : The 1 great toirita there re Mtlbl to tb n'rniprtm'n rtf ' mighty nation's hanor and .the salvarionjf its peace. . Well Wnay the' Repubiic "Look " ' . . - .t . r. . to th ornate: (areens borough falriol. :mockacy. In a dtbi!Q;in the IIj'uSi of Ilrprf icii'ja-1 cUo tl.e 20:h ult., t r.Jh pi.y oftibe Arl I my, Mr. Stewart made sonjo remarks to which .... " ,' ' ::.. . - . . J ers, showing aa bej do Ue.lr" p s;;jon of tlio Iwo pirtics in referendo.-to gailaiu itc fonder of 'our country: Mr, Stewart saidlhit ho thought the corn'. mittte teGta- expeoumg , Lxi much of, tu-ir fi me . i ti tna king provision: fo r t the . Okc ra V of thc'a.rr.iy anient enough- in making' provis. (on, for ih? private? )n,,u ranks.-.:', I Ie ioif ed of : the' VUih whethei i i would' be in order to move an amehdirient to ' ihe orni-ndment now proposed, leaking an increase in the pay of volunteers? Did officrrs werd well nnUJ and toutd take enro of ,l! emiclverf,- bu, what was to r become or tji I ami lies qI Iho pobr Volut.teerswbo eocountercd all tho hardships t f military service for seven uJlars a month. It was n Very Comforiajble thing to have an jimicer s berth and; ample pro3,ioii trom Gov .'. . ' . ' .f: 1 '. I. :!..; " crnrnenr, wnuo me njtu uiu vii nguung Now, be lliougVit it was these rrry men, who aftef all had to bear ' the Jbrynt of the battle. a ho ought first to be proi"HJcd fur'. Mr. 15. had risen main v for t lit? pufposc of vindicating lnmscil and those w no acted Willi him frum a faba and c-allumnious elini!!?e. Tiur Whigs In thnt Houe 1 ad been charged wtyh throwing co'd wateij tipon Ihe war, dis bearicninir -tho nation add dccrvi.n2and dis. couraging 'the?,1 VoJumccjfs. A- INow, ; gction? s j ol e ton der. tl iri n . w'o r d'st a nd h c "s h il J on were anu wno were-not lastly iifUie to trus chsrse. What were thi facts? A fiw days since a bill had 'been returned from the Senate j-educini the pay. ot the vol. untcer from tcn dJlbrk a 'month to seven dollars a month, and on concurring: with that reduction trie veas ana npys Tiad been calltd: apd what was the result? Tho-Wjigs in that lluse wvnl in a bady lifcainst corrciirVence ii r,d ' for givjng ' tbe Vol bntee-rs:;l;ten,;-loila f;s. rni f ee.very -rnerti bcrr. p 1 he;.;e'rnica tic jm t ty , with the -exception : "o" 'eight-, badvrotfyl'tb reduce tl.ipi'r pa V to sever, dollars:; that ',tho way patriotic geinlemn' encpuTng'jd Vol. untecring? Mr.. S. .I'ookt-d nt votes' . not at speeches. He did nofak. who flitl'ered the volunteers, but who voted t'p;iy them. " -..'.Apply, this tfst, no how stbod the ' two. parties?. Who voted togiv the m t( 11 (lollafs a nOiilh 1 hi V lugs. rWho wenfe fur1 reducing their pay td seven doila rs? ' ; -TUe : lie moc ra't,i. '. ' Mr. S. hid produced this s abhofri : fjc.t?forMiie .' . tJt- ' - ' 'it I i - . .'i y iwjtsuinm m -nimsc;i afflo . ms . inenus. lie appealed 'to the- rciortl.: -.Trhr'e roil:''. tin yt jisi ond'Oiy Let gdn-tlemcii' -deny rtliejr own vu-jfs il thev choose. ,J . - . .'".. i 1,1 aj mores .ir...;. iian. ':ir.lfoduced .7 rc s !utiort tncji prppbsod j to -inc. t'easo tho-pav o f vol -j ntoers.i o, t e n d jil : rs . j 0 n 1 ,t o' gj ve the 1 n " a mmawHi acres .ot land.. -: llviewas another lest -..Evetirhig but ...flee ..Voted in fvor of ll.e motion, vh!il it was' voiwd down' -by rr ntle- men o.ri the "other side. -i r. o. nau renowcu tfic; tame,, propos-iiion yesterday ; in Uomrmttei; of tli Whole, but it was aain viAed dovnhy: "r n'lmen onlte ! other side in .1 bo 'L Now,-he; wanled tlie cbu-n'f ry tortmdkrjrs'.aiid: mii tn-attcr." ' '.A strpVi" effort-Vvas rnukini to ca Hp- the .people to," be-; lieye tliai the ;'A'Vhigs .W'arb opposed .to; the war; that th'-y ' were .tjtrowi'na ( inbarrnsiiricnts ii'i the Way -of t Administ ration. d lb e army , anddi ?Co ura Mrig.jjh'eyplu ntc-e rs J Those slanders were "rVbAtcd .'every d tyr in- the ptiiciai, (the Lnion,) hnd copied: ffoM.il into ah the party rpipcrs the followers of the Union, in. the c.iuuv. V t how stood the lue. u no was .11 mar. icour.c jKIhe vol unicerl Was'iCthWfligss Avho we 1$ ready t,o pay hi m tfn doil-irs'a rnonth and "ivo him. a comfortable ; fa;rrrt' of wa'i it the so-called friends of tho Adminisjhdijn, who. wanted him to fight'.for nothing n'sd Tinfl jiimseir? bven clo.JgY's.a month! A 'preUy amount f pay for a1 farmer, or. m,t charge, wTk could gtt a dollar a .efav:by: labor! Ac 'ai hoiW. but who il forsook ".hi"..lsincss.;ppd hU'fomily.'ahi went ' Hi- , . "i .... : ' " 1 Oto?:lbc' sickly cltmate-oi ;Mexic, er;couHcr he dangers .of ljjetta-trt'p . . tbe fatigues .bf j't1"cj; "march", ; ami .tire' bltw'd... and:c'arnge of trie bauJe.fu'W,!': It ;w'i4 ssaid he :wenlfor g I n r y . : Y es ; ; hut c oul i ffs- W i fe a nd children liy upon glory? i he,whis give him a tract of land: t he 'D -m-icf ats; voted t dwsf t wo to one. .' Th'j W hies - wanted to give hhh ten dbltars: iIk Democrats gave him seven.X .Was hot th 'jvery patriotic? ;,;IIere' were gentlemen , tl iming patriprs'tpowho re cerved their eight dollars for spending a few hours a day inf lesislatulri, and who then re. turned to all ComToHsiof a plentiful home; ana. coutd very coolly v t& a msarV: seven dol lars a ifionth Jk-ss than hat. they Jlhemselves received a uayvfor gpipg to Mexieo; a !dis lanvano uncopgeniAi imalo, and exposing himself tb the, lancesand tlie bavon'eis of-'ilie :foe! ;Thcse 'vere the men' w ho encouraged VM,. .Miuunfvi !;.' ,;, i.uexe j:weix tno::-,.in.en-as. 01 the war! - These were ijlie supporters of the i-resicent! .vvinio tbe Whig., .they hjiy vnrew com water on .thd war. and the volun tccv?, and all pafnotfc pien who werf? ready to fight for the honor of jthefr country - : M r. S. vanteu to .fix the. responsibility: jiist where it belonged. When it was prppi?d to give tlie volunteers! ibnollarj permojith,' iB;re-were ogi eight - uemocrats in favor of it, "and but five: W-hid against civinfr tberri ten;; dollars arid one hu nid red arid sixty acre of - landVyct the Wjiig Vliigs vole ;::;iot". pay : the voiunteers, and , fve ijqrnocrat8v;against, 'irirt'J . what, "tremefndous derumciiiiion'S would ' follow'. ; Whigs: would be expelled the House as.tories .and traitors outright: - After their vois were snrcad be- fore the people,; let these gentlemen go home and meet 'the jatriotic and , honest farmers rind me.dianics' of the country, and try to make them . believe .thj.t -Wjiigs were their .enemies,; and Democrats' their friends, and the mechanics would hold un lo them the tyca r;d ; nays1; I andelK-iherri thht actions j !p'kD. louder;' than: wdroV, theuwiv'es and daughters of the volunteers who were left destitute. Iq scuffle for s 'living as they could, wi!j!d frown upon these men with unalterable abhorrence and ' widiffr atjon. 'For , his own part, Mr, S. Sald he had voted for every mcasu re' t o -st rerigthe n ' t the "arm' of i he Etec'u . .'' f l.t- k- i. .': 1 we, uiu ormg ine war . ' ,t.. ..- cessun termination; .and ho should -continue H a Votri. ; He wh shed to see this ;war brouglit to a successful ierminaiian; and he should do every thini? In bis DOwcr to' nro. mote such a i i.'i:-.-. k v ' -' ' . .. f - catamnv 10 country, and "especially to a country like; tbis;; and .no? matter what .he "right think of ,th;rt in bringing , on; this fvrat'twithcut 'corisulu WHlGGIillY s. m in ConrrLM. th-n in srssion: ri mi he in;ght lliink ol ihc literuii dcri;i' in3 uJ,on hU wponsibilitj ihal we."? good cause of r, sr-d acting upin ,n , tercvioation without the concur rencar f '"-' gres,ritlvwhom alone resided the. war..,,-; ing puwer; 110 maucr 11 m gni ou tti()t;.i ' t-r thexouduct Rf tho VrcsJ?r,t in1ltkalr : 1 from Crpus Chrini to Matsmoras toi : ' pointinig our -funs' into tliaf M:yi vithtn:tbo J jekndwledged limit siof MexicoiUtlJf aasi 1 .'liosittity,, and ..trading inevitably: W wa -r how itrl ttie-Itiesiiieiit j' couty be'tenl ''Jiil.:' fiCh- a course 'without firsl iibmiti i riW -"fttrt1 i-r!:,-:',: -leged cauics' of: war to- ftie.coo9!dVatn:V'f'':.:- the. Represeritaftvcs of lhe.peopl6.wTvo hi4 & fight the battles nnd-brar the burdens, Wer ' QUDsti4nf ho would not lno"w .ditcua.: 7 i resident had assonird the ; rcsnorkibil, ': 1 ;! and hb' would have 10 metrt ir. The wa u , - upon usi no ma it ex bow or by w horn broriaHi ' on; it is our duty tq prosecute it lo a speedy : '..',. nd honrabl ,Conefuion;.Jlndto this. fr'h was ready -.to give all thn monpy. ai thi tneo :: allahe energy and power of the Goverornew' ,V 1 1 e. w outd tmjt . n w fu rth c r do a 5 n ho ; comi :' thitlre; he 'u-hhed not 10 issail othcrV ba; tlri. much bd.feU constrained to say Ija viridfcstioa ' of hirristlf and his ''frfcps ' aV.fbo charges made on fhis fl or and irjtbs public pres? , that ihe W higs were cndctvdritrjf to C dica jragcnfoluntcers and embarrass the Gov?' f rnrnc.nr in the prosecution of the war. j ": : '! Ato ,tho provisiobs of the-. present bill,; ; -.Mr1,S.;wa5jOpp'ced to.rriakibg;- theb'filca'lpfhv' pay m aste rs pe rma ne nt ; a n d he hoped '; theW fore,' either that the amcridmenf of the gen. . tleman from New; York (Mr. HdngerlbrdV : would prevail, or that tho second ectioa which repealed the cxistini?. law- would b( S 4 stricken put . .He then said that if tho was now in orders he would movctb incrnaii .the pay of volunteers in tire existing war to tei . uuiurs, ana 10 make lo each or Ihema donat : M li'Jl of bnB hundred an I sixty acrcH of I j'nJ. - . ' Fnm th S'.it,oT,ar IttUi:r'ncr, June 20. ' ".-Tlicli'if-aly H.itiliMl. ; "j. -i-.i..'?. ' ith'u'pteigned pleasure thatwe a, t nounce !o,-thr,' public the. rotjfi'c-atiort,''.1iyHtip': Se na tr , .of t he Treat y for Uc ': sett k fticiii of ';' the Orrgoncuntfoversy.r - .Vi '. "f- ;: ;4y J.'iTlrb injunction of svecy'liajirrib: .Wri-rje'. moved by t h;'JSena-ie but e nuftigh f if this pro' ceedingl is known, an'! certainly known, to . enable Us. 10 stale that the raithV-ation parsed by a yok of forty one in fourteen? mojoiy,, we belve, ,uin'q-i illi v any.' imj-ort&at : treaty except- the irwtv of: 1 j v ; 'Let ull "beide'.be.'a9ft xrriy ,' th'jlfactmusi: "?lead no litjle light mcr ,ir 'public a(lui9j atid cheer ju -a rt of inAny-aiiij: 'i'yvUo ,-;; ghiijdetied !&"tvd grateful - v iili fth.fr thought (?f Jfr.er.ted dejiolht ion.--of the horrors andcfirrrf'i of; Avif t)!crtp-d. -.":' ; ' J ':'f . ' :'lf- ' ' Tiie ciccasibh' 'cailn'ot.bu vtic bt a -:.. and d-:cpfi.lt p-iV,hc j iy ,l'. t v!) j vi ill otirniV v .tfc,cck:j. n,ndla wh-it un); :rennimjti d ikh if. -" LHsf'h... mrimqnl.bf, rpsiored 'gd,Jw-in'of re.; . 'ncw.cd fcridHliip,, towards that great liody'of -iria tiki pd to w hhb'cu.ktoin -0 nd all-iit cupforn). X itics; ; kindred . and ii It its sy m'pjlriei, com rnerce and all i;s inteies's, . hi iid. ui the rnbsty;' f nnd'wM bci-iJc ihe man r-ih! .r.o"mici;Je faci ' .tVn, who : at f.ijch a tuna hankers itifl for' trjfe; who will. '"noi;su"(lor- cyeti-jtt pt Vndf -bpnoraf.lv. artd,b n fiqcot pt ce to banish, bft." ,' twccri iwq grc At and jencruus ;ristieri bneb f rnore'fi'Cf-hlydrawri. together,. di?graeefol and pernicious;.. r nhors wliich ; :th'y ,'htt;v,c'w1ttly put ai I ! " . - . ; X SwXv "pvWetrjcnV will if l.rigia.nd' Qf&'i On ' all jiidet (as it seihrii to ui) causeifir corigtai ?'., ulavionf It fscVoros not! only-J pur- riit!ii&;l ptfajr e ', hi ii 1 1 1 a x t f . 5 ! r w . i r Id ,f 1 n rg'e 1 y 1 ndii ..;''. gered by' tiriy coi!si.lK t,wt en ys.;.:-- It pfobi.-,'. lacs a new jre.rrrianency to. that pneifi policy j off which civili'zcd ht.iohs Ipyo at last jfegou : to, ta'ste.and to csteni.'tlie. jblcssingf. It hat p'rd.vtd ;!at' fit .prYjflt'rticrc pride atid pnsslort.; . can noJutigir pui'ie Govcrnm.;tits i'fito fatal ; w a raf .;''; .-j -f--:;.",; .''' .'::"-"-f-'"'r ""' f At. hprWrj tliis fcomprom rcridcrs'fu 'sejeure .frrii.titst i rig-; a rt 4 ii iya hi "to ' ': .' itjlict. qii. wti ribtber"'. :thfL$codrt:e f war. 'On t'ii at sii 5 id e," ie si 1 J ": I c l 11 oiily in ft form; 'easier tp : ben r-expfris( iha-t'C'.'n'i'H, bL;&..!ood-,,- ii:?5s- ui j(: o5i . ii lira v r T1. 1 ; i-iv ?orai .uaiT. me.'- Execirtive powers, of wbijcli ivrv are fait : : : growing lii.sensioic; a vMiiattn ol all our own . - ,, - maxims, which Kone ijiivt fos ('biiinai.J rot. . slrong'.C'nmigl'i.to iriakt'os. ri ruemb n j .; ; v , To usiifi b-irlictif .r. 'uliniwi rd ih irnrlipst : - - to withstand tha.t headhit) qciuricih1o which: - l?ia iTin!tprJnmv f n In rrilt- k S i: t y-rl f fifiii .. threatened -to. bu uriver, tlu; j'ssob. isAfuR-w, I encouragemcilt, fi to 'reramfrriatu- our confi-t . dence in -the strength of public prudence ai)J : ;f JiHc reoeeming iorce ot me conseryauve pan. pi our; insjitu'ions. A. little twelveragpta ; nrrrt ft n.f ' vi"o i.'or- eo! tl'f.tri I r- t'Vio ninirtl!!l : : e I 1 . T-- .--1 . .1 - - for daring to speak what lias now been ca; Oontjlly dffirmed r ieelng: Wian cpnternpt b: absurd or venal t. f' : : yftuperationi'ive shall 'ask-rio'. venceance." yontftno.innocent one or. epeinjfsW.ha hymw. of" ri raise: will be healed 'to ihe Treaty fron) - ' iho yeryf b.gans that i called us traitbrs for .-f mace. .; . . :.'. ' .. ; . v;:;a:r .-:,:;:.;- Aoie can r.ave forgotfqn Vlte: gloomy "ss-; - -; pect w hiehslhis ouesiiort woir'c durin? theeaf- lir nart of "lli ,iVuonf ccccmn f -vfiffc'l uvviy mjHg ukc reason or moaerauonisen . . . . . .i - -' . : . ' eu 10 ue oveioorne. in trie iweriiouse, - on a question ltselF so open to Comproaiiie. n t(i -an t irt. imfn ni. r(TarAA in S orert -.... vnviruviuiv ""uvu it, annual v.v... thing 'but vjol'ence was silericc-d. and be odW; : was the patriot who, setting at 'naught e'y , ' former ( recognition tra-inpled upon :the'ii- " verse ciaim anu oreaincu ii inwpct ncunncc. - The bad strategy of party deepened the Aio-'-J gef which , it , had at firsrereated tile oa ; driving; on, and the other not Tentarngt ;" thi'mahner' the (jucStion p3ssed,in th m :f perilQUS'lorm arid by jirt extraordinarfr .;f . whptfe alone it-could now be saved. - 11 "f i I'm - .1- I'm. . i : ' "' -' ' .-t ..I'A : i. mni ourreuuersrjfiusi rem"'": .( -:- ihat 'tr' norViD5i! nr.,1 1; . .1 '. ir!'t i -- of that body-r-our last refuie for prudence a,r-t Fco-r-wiy i.wnoni we ,; need noiDif resorted io hypothetical dehuriciaijlQM f,.: : ; : uivrc iavuufs 01 me tsiaie tnemseives; spn. v warnings cf .meditated treason affalnM.t!' -and.-:: raised'' as if: ttW v' n0imb f n '" -'We 'answered that:cryl''inrits owjr,:-r'J-. affirmpd tfoit ibK-am Vi-l-st2l'':- IboVtoihat body,!Viih' unshaken Coiffeej and ho, when it has mads good out" prk lion, we Call f upon ' tlie- coumry onct30'. To look to the Sf.natem brid bid it U '-'j RcAd ihclaccoH'ntJofa ,kiririinw? SrrfptriV caat icrrnantow ri; j : : . ' .-"-': '" . "' -.-if. S : Tt J-

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