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t' 'III! it
I l mi an;
tradition In t'.iccl tnta" tf0)l jut ef
trie ,l my Irttria to Col, Seicr, whf re
aute "that it mv i Mrlf sail.
the great tdy if ihe men h croucd
the fttbunuiii 01 that expedition were
rHtd and en lu lled l;y your tu my own
fcniud exertions.' 7 here I In reality no
cof,iruiuK)n. jt Miru'i at tted In the
'memoir," that Cel. Campbell brought
with him 400 men from Washington
County, Vs. and UmI Setier'a regiment
end mine consisted of only 20 mt n each.
15 ut when It thall be recollected, at I have
It fore related, how thlt expedition wai
teton loot! how, by the exertions of Se
tier and mpself,. the refugees were as
eemlled and brought to unite with us.
I .! vr '.ft
r and how iLi c'o-operatlon .of Vttl. Camp"
fcell wai obtained, I think 1 am fuUjr ju.
' . ; , - tified la hiilnt tatd to Sevier, that It
may be fairly said that tnnt of the men
who crotaed Iht mountains, Ice. were
. embodied by our cxertioni i or at Icaat 1
hall b relieved from that direct contra
v . elktion which Mr. Preaton supposes tnutt
nureir Ueatrerm? credibility
As to the propriety of Mr, Preston's
remarks In relation to the newspaper pub
lication of 1813, In which I am re pre
Noted at being "conspicuous through
the thin veil of i fictitioui signature, I
refer the reader to a letter ddreed to
me on the eubicct by the late Col. Jno. D.
Campbell, end my reply to it, (Nos. I and
3,J which 1 am rredibly informed wai for
warded by Mr. Prctton. I there atate
ttut those circumatancee relating; to Col.
Campbell ere true, end that they were
known to hit Itnmedute relative and
friend yet that I had no participation
whatever, in giving publicity to them, but
had endeavored to auppreai their circu-
, latlon. Why I wai not then aaaaUed, and
Why It hat been preferred to wait the
lapse of ao many yean, until I am brought
te the very margin of the tomb, and hun
dred! of the then living witnesses have
- been gathered home to their father"
the' public will judge.
Before 1 conclude, permit me to atk
What reasonable motive or inducement I
could have had to fabricate falsehood for
, the purpose of defaming Col. Cimpbellf
Has my reputation been built up by put
ling down that of other t Or ha it been
blundered from the grave of the dead?
" ? Let my "country answer the e question ;
that country which ha riven me all that
X nave ef narafLor reputauon,
I think I have a right to be considered
,t least I "witness of fair character, one
Who hut tome claims upon the confidence
of hit eontrymen, snd who Is entitled to
" ' ', f be heard without prejudir e.'although, It is
1 . Jits painful duty If apeak thus publicly
und plainly of the dead. History, howe
..... Ttr, deal with the dead ; and this Is a tub
: v--' Vtr of .h1nry And, altJionh my re
"te'"'ljctance at the talk it certainly Increased
by the circumstance thut Col. Campbell
ia no more, yet It is very probable that I
feel myself more privileged to ipeak on
-- this -subject, than would be' consonant
With Mr. Preston's ideal of tie sanctity
. ano reverence cue to nis oecrasea ances
tori lor 1 was a cotemporary of that an'
cestor, and I shall soon lie down beside
. b!m in the grave. My career 1 run. I
1 frel as though I were almost at nearly
etantiing thu beiide my grave, and be
' "" tween two worlds, I solemnly declare
that the facts I have atated in relation to
the conduct of Colonel Campbell, in the
battle of King Mountain, are true.
, .,., ..J attjrntthe occasion that hat rendered
it ntcewdYv Tor me. to make this avowal,
, and to treat of this upleasant and invidi
-iuljct.Jiiowike.my nal leave of
it. I am animated with no spirit of con
troversy. I have no fear of my rrputa
tion, the hardy growth of mnv tears. I
. can listen undisturbed to the animadver
"" alons of Mr.' Preston, and nothing ahat)
ever provoke me to ergage further inthia
' Jpril, 1823. ISAAC SHELBY.
. Appended 0 thia Lettr, a published in the
r" Reporter, art several columns of Documents,
' the contents of which being recapitulated in the
- - - letteritsetf, -it does not sppearjo us necessary
to jive mem ai urge.j r
jihire Republican, a paper recently establiahed
. In that state, and edited with wry efiicIenUa.
lents by Mr. Butler, recently a member of Con-
rw- : : ta
We are inclined to believe'that Mr. Crw
ford is at present estimated more lightly in New.
m EK'Und than any of hit competitors l. and should
the liand ot Providence bereave us of Mr.' A
dams, should be be inclined to retire from the
Contest, or should the revolutions of public opi
nion render his election impossible, we hare no
j doubt that the voice of New-England would be
1 heard for Mr. Calhoun or Mr. Clay, rather than
.u. fop Mr.-CrawJord..... Mr. Calhoun' mind is of the
first order j to the finest talents h unitea dili-
"" areht hab0'
rid and political, he blends the loftiest and pur
.. ,'v st patriotianu .Mr..noun the personal
" friend-'tiMtr AdamwUh'WhOBi'liile- known
to agree on all important pointa of national po
licy, and ahould U ht-reafter become netessary
: j0 clkwwe between. MrCalboun n4 any.other
individual, except Sir. Adiims, we doubt not that
' Mr. A. and hit friends will be found amongst the
strenuous supporters of Mr. Calhoun.
B. J. McigS, Esq. haa resigned tlie office of
Tost-Master General. Who las successor is to
be, is not now kno-a. '
Li ftST 1iOM Sr.tl.Y.
iw.fof, cs I,
, We are JndrUed toCapuin Sioity, cf
the ih'tp Lotii'.a Metild, arrived at llii
rw.rt rn Saturday, in 40 days from Cattiz,
for a regular file of Spanlh papers to the
36iH April, frvm which we make the
r aa a m.
loiiowinar lmDortsnt and Intereitinir ci. ;
15 y them it will be seen that the
. . . . . i
Kins; of Spiin had tent to the Council of
State a solemn declaration of war arsintt
the French, and that the Conitituilonalitti
are actuated with a strong degree of en
tritlasm. The French had not pasted
the tbroonthe l!tb of April, and ahewrolonel of the guarJR. 139,) and add
4 V9 rflpRltlQni,i jda.srtv.JTJie. airay ef
Ins; and receiving reinforcements, guer
ilia parties augmenting on all sidesi and
the glories of Aibufuera, Alaban, and
San Martial will be repeated all over the
The bpanlards are very busv In orean
iiifrg their army, and the soldiery are all
Baaing to tno iiece oi the capital, andj
appear determined to give thf iropponens
a warm reception. j
Tramlatfdor the Xathntt Mvoeate.
Seville, Arau 20 We have learned T m I ' 0 j , "1 7 P
for certain, that a Decree of His Majesty "i1'1 U to ! ,ind
has been sent to-day to the Council of. mh'ltr Ubt1 0rr .poUsm will be trl
Slate, which contains a aolemndeclar.tion ph.nt; . For EngUnd to remain in.c
of war of the Spanish nation against the
As soon ss the government received
notice of the French invesion, they sent
eipresses to all the authorities, command
ing them to proceed to hostilities against
them by all the means in their power,
without omitting any.
According to the intelligence received
by the government, the war has assumed
k.Hri...Mt ..!..! kj i
wj viraii wvis.1 silllilll siasillBf ilSUVICml
the Fir.t fell from hi throne under our
blowe-let us be united and constant, and
s simila'r fate await, our new and ungrate-
Madrid, aratL 16. .They write from
Saragussa, under da'e of the I3il, that
the vnliinlrrr mililij rf thai rit ht rf.
during the war, in case of invasion.
-An7 19. The povernmem hasolT.cLI.
Iv received the information of the invasion
of our territory hy the French. 1 he pol
itical chief magistrate of Burgos, that of
.Victoria, and General Morillo from VjiI- I
ladolid, esprcts theielve thus: lhe
French army is preceded by a vangnard
of Frenchified Spaniards, commanded by
the infamous Quesada. The national
troops fought vigorouslv againat the
French in the province of Bilboa, when
they retreated on seeing the great superi
ority in number of the invaders.
..All tbe rich perions of the province of
Vittoria have retired to Burgos, flrjng
from the enemies. The chief magistrate
of that province, after having saved all
that which belonged to the nation, retired
himself with a column of 600 militia be-
longing to the same province. At Burgos
they have re united all the troops of the
district to act on the flank of the enemies.
Gen. Balesteros, with the troops, and
some militia of the fifth district, have been
posted on the. left bank of the Ebro.
Gen; MonlToyas soon as he heard of Inva
sion, adopted the best measure to carry on
the war (ton tut fiolobra ttrnvnaiet) hia
words are very firm, to the enemies of the
country and of liberty.
General Abisbal has turned out of Ma
drid all the prisoners made on the 7th of
July, and continues organizing his army
with the greatest activity. He haa placed
four battalion in the barracks, which are
exercised at every hour of tbe day, and he
has ordered the artillery which was in
Segovia, to be brought there ; finally, he
prepares himself to give' a good reception
to the infamous hosts which come to en
setiLlk, AMIL 32. The King, in or
der to she j a testimony of his regard for
this city, fist bestowed the title of Duke of
Seville on tbe infant son of the infants
Donna Louisa Carlota. -
His Majesty has named for the Minis
try of the government of the Peninsula,
of War, Field Marshal U. Mariano Z.or
faquInVchteF oTlv "BIT6T the firslirmf Of
receiving considerable reinforcements;
the guerilla parties which have begun to
form, are augmenting on All sides, and the
glories of Albufera, Arlaban, and San
Marcial, will be repeated all over the pe
We have received a letter from Madrid,
dated tbe 17th, which sayai w Considering
our circumstances, sir is tranquil, and the
pure royalist of Saint Luuis , will he re
calved' with iralor and resignation, while
our armies are . completely organizing,
and ji.lrpiiTmg to do more than merely to
receive them. If the French rascals are
bold enough to march to this, capital, rest I
aasiirecf that they will pay dearly for their
temerity. Ail the soldiers are running
in with a degree of glory and revenge."
We have no .news from the Pcmnsulft,
and reports of all sorts are continually in
circulation. Part of the French at my has
certainly passed Vittoria, but that signl
rlca r..!l.!i , f..r i!i f.fiter t!.ry r
tl.ry Id'.tl.tr mu-.t !ii.'C,and tlC ti
tr will te our wrfjre.
A Icttrr frcni r.urgo rncntloni, thst
great number of people are coming i
frarn the North, trllirnj terrible sinrteio
the French, and still wore of Ffcnrh
SpitiianU. It U S'id here, that (!en. Dal
IctcrosIiat 5artona. Our attillery ha
irone to Madrid, and there it no natlona
property led. to. fall Into.lho cnemy'i
1 hey write from Paris that a cettain At
? CaLbcrt,or thuc,(uppod name,
was going to Madrid with lecret lntruc
tion, to ettsbluh a direct corre ipondence
with he ki2f by means of a minuter
they saysha dee a brother In-law who I
tlm jtba .fsrrlelJhr wji tfnJntrtc(totis
on iilk-wpcr sewed upm Jier turtle
Diarfa Drl Gollrrno, tr Gtvtrnmtntal
. LATK1T FBOM ENGLAND.
rMiiADCiriiu, ;tjat 9. The packe
ship PliiladclpnU, C.pt. Uowen, from Llv
erpool, has put us in possesion of Eu
ropean dates two days later than before
ff ie. Capt. n. left Liverpool on the
27,h Aprj, tSundy.l The latest paper
j, 0f ,he 36in, We tinr,0, bee,e ,ha
lhe p eent aspect of Europe will long
ttve, will he ImDOksible. she now re
main passive, allowing herself to be
drawn as it were into a war, by the whole
nation, thai she may, for once in the an
nals of her historvi have to record, that
ahe commenced a war with the unul
mous cobseot of her people.
aa ton at, araiL 15.
The French troops, on entering the
Spanith terri'ory, took with them nine
; oy pmviMons. tacn
J ff .! ? a
a a a a It a
h' hve, and the trp. compl-lned
!ou a'J ol in" our7n: 3mc? in"
i beCn hued'J he "e b.ut b?dI' ff'
he corn before St. Sebainan i obli-
ged to live on puie and roots.
' I he Asia it cruUing before St. Sabas-
tian. A French brigantine, loaded with
I un' ' ne proviswna were pnrcnasea
, w,,,tn TC"CI ",,co w,,n
ers. it was not eapectri that m. rtias.
tian would hold out as it has done , BOO,
000 franc were offered to the Governor
to induce him to urrender.
Comhy and Molitor intend to attack
him with three divisions. If their attack
should be unsuccessful, the resuli in the
present state of affairs will probably prove
verv disastrous Tor the French. .
Only fifty inhabitants have remained in
I run. liuboe ha recently furnished
volunteer corps of between 900 snd 000
young men belonging to the principal
tamiiies. , . -
. The French begin already to feel, not
only at St. Sebastian, but throughout their
whole. line, the deficiency of provisions.
Flying columns of guerillas move about
between the Pyrenees and the Ebro
The paitoi commands one party of 1 J00,
and displays sll hi former activity. 1 he
parties hover round the French, hara$
them, and leave them nothing to eat ex
cept what thev have in their immediate
possession.;.: Moat urgent orders ' have
been sent to Bayonne to forward supplies
at any cost or risk.
Frtm iKeTOfutJ OUv Branch'
It it doubted wnether any man in the Union
it better acquainted with the manners, cus.oms,
and intereata of the people of the United States,
than Mr. Calhtunf or one who it freer from lo
cal prejudices. . He haa lived in the eastern
states five year, sixteen or seventeen in Penn
sylvania, and the remainder of bit life either in
South-Carolina or at the seat of the general go
vernment. Thus he. has minded w ith the bet
ter classes of society from north to south, and
in a great way has obtained a better insight into
their characters, than could have been derived
from books, or from a mere casual visit among
them, it naaottea been observed or Washing
ton, that hia appointments to office were alwavs
Judicious i and why were they so f Because
ie had a rood judgment, and was personally
acquainted with all classes of men in the Union.
Toe same may be cxpecteafronu lrCUioun,
if elected, from hit great personal knowledire
of men, and his judgment which, is .sound slid
jiLsi.sajii '-. '- - -
"As 1:'CaJhwjn1 firofeTientioned i
candidate for the Presidency, i" have thought it
more than proper to inform the , people, of this
State who be it, and what hia pretensions are,
so that they mav be better enabled to judge of
our next president is to come from tbe slave
holding states, I prefer Mr. Calhoun to Mr. Clay,
or any other candidate which has been named.
It ia believed that Pennsylvania, North-Carolina,
and South-Carolina are at present in favor' of
Mr. Calhoun, end these states rive more votes
than Mr. Clav can oocaiblv obtain, even ahould
ke ret the votes of all the western states. But
Gen. Jackson will obtain more than Clay in the
Weat. 1 CvR OF THE PEOPLE.
So far now as we are advised of public opini
on, with reference ti the several competitors
jbf the - Predency, Mr. A
ground, and win, in 11 probability, be the suc
cessful candidate,- And when we consider hit
onr trie ftithfirf pul)lic acrvkes-the
know ledge wmo& he naaunilonnly evinced with
regard to the complicated machinery of Euro
pean governments and the secret springs of Eu
ropean policy, together with his well-known
pre-eminent talents and unexceptionable cha
ractert there is abundant reason to believe the
helm of the Republic could not be entrusted to
safcr or more able band. " .,"''.
TTf.xtUY MHItNINtJ, Jt'Nf. 24, I nil.
We are happy to hav it our power to at
trie very (beraJ conduct of the America tiblc
Society tord the lotlety la thU -Ucr, on
of Hs afflHatid inttitat'ton. Tbe bilks and Ut-
UiMnta druVrtd by the "Jjury Bible Society,
and shipped by the brtf MHo, were ht at tea.
On a r item nt of tltit cireurwtanee, male by
the President of the sJlburT B lla Society, the
board of msnirers of the Amcrkai Bible Sod.
'UA J'rpT'p.t'lcM, spd, benevolence wliith
caanot be tooawca admirtd ordered aw a mi.
br (Mpph.M s dRt'01 These bibles and tt.
tsaientt mtyb espeetad in a few days, when
it la hoped our Society wiO rent whseperstion,
with s seal and ardor increased by tail gewtrtvi
comltiet of the parent Institution,
H should be remembered, that the annual
meeting of the Society ill be on the lint Mon
day lil August. We hope there wiQ then be a
general attendance of the members. A ser
mon will be preached va the occaaion. I
The statement, by a committee in behalf of
th Students of Pleasant Metrtat Academy, of a
disturbance that happened in that seminary, we
mutt decline publWiinf i for we conceive wt
have no more business to intermedia w itb the
internal Concern and discipline of a School,
without the knowledge and approbation of the
tiWcet snd teachers, than we have, to obtrudt
ourtclf, as a fxac-ujrr, into the n.kl.t of a fa
mily, during the height of one of thote domestic
bkkinirs which. Eke "time and chance, happen
unto all men."
Hie addrett delivered before the Rocky
Spring Sunday School Society, hat U-en reCeiv.
ed. We hart now lying on our bands, t o or
three communications of the same tenor at the
above, but each of them about t vice the length
of it. If we can, contittently with our failure
to publish them, insert the above, we shall most
willingly do it.
In sn article, last week, briefly noticing the
formation (if a Society b) the ladirs of Salisbury,
we fur remarks escaped us, whose applica
tion has, in some instances, been misconstrued.
We very well know thst sn honest difference of
opinion prevails u to the policy of bestowing
our charity on an object, for the furtherance of
w hich the ladies of our town have associated
themselves into a society. There are, in our
estimation, many objects which chum the eaer
cite of our benevolence in preference to this.
We would impugn the motives of no man, mere
ly because he waa opposed to giving alma for
die furtherance of (his Scheme, if you please
thus to call it. Our hurt week's remarks were
solely intended to vindicate the ladies against
the uncourteous and illiberal aspcrion, of hav
ing formed the Society from no other motive
than a restless desire of " cutting a figure in
tba world, and of being "in filiion,"kc. From
w hat we have seen and heard, we are fully ner-
auaded that those ladies whosubscribed in order
to form a Society, did it as well with their heam
as with their hands. wmm uoeraiea coiomwa.
ro do awy-luwreng tmpretsTon tBrf
have gone out, we wiUttaU, that the Rev. Dr. n" "rived at Rio Janeiro, and entered
Freeman bad no wency, whatever, in our last in, lhe "ce of the Emperor of Bra
week's article on tj-U subject j the article itself Z'd- "e was invested with the com
eumciently indicated that it waa written by the mr"' ?f the imperial fleet, consiating of
Editor. ione ome frigates, smaller vessels,
The legislature of Rhode-hlund ha
lately' had a short session ; among the
laws they passed, were two or three autho
rising lot le fir to build tr.rriing-Avuttt ! !
The end justifies the mtant, we suppose.
In the Connecticut legislature a propo
sition, was offered for restricting the la
king of a fish called Ale wives, on the sup
position that they were young iW. A
committee was appointed to investigate
the subject, who made a sage report :o'
the legislature, that the anatomical struc-
ture of the Alewife was the same as the
Shad, that t he- number- of -briber was he
same, &c. Let the Yankees' no more
' "A negre named Burfeil, rinpamcteo
county j Georgia, was tried and conttcted
of murdering his master, B. Sheffield,
head to be cut off and stuck upon a pole,
and hia body burnt.
Negro Lewis, in Norfolk county, Va.
was to have been huntr on the 51st. for
murdering his master, Mr. William
. Mr. James Gunnel!, who lately died in
Fruquier Co. Va. manumitted 28 ef bis
ilaves, and gave them "S300;rand 'a go
teain, to shirk for themselves in lhe world.
They have lately journeyed into Pennsyl
vania, seeklnzfor a Acme.
The rev. .Mr. Paul, (a negre; has been
appointed by the Massachusetts Baptist
Associationrbn a Wlision te the Island
of St. Domingo. ' - - v
: The legislative council of Florida con
vened at St. Augustine on the 24th ult.
George Murray was elected President of
the councilj and oiv the same day, Gov
etnor Duvall transmitted bis'mesaj;e,in
v''c), a;nsrj tl' rr t'.! -il.ifc.4-ti.4.,Ji
a tlie en tf s r i . r Duwtiire, or
betwirii it and the M.ktiuVey, a tht
the f Jture seat cf jovt rnineitl cf 1 briJa.
A mott tiotent storm and tempest were
etperienced in soma parts ol ConncctU
r tt. the latter part of Msy. Barns, sheds,
(cures, &c, were levelled with the groundj
and in Montulle, in that State, the Pres
byterian Meeting house wss struck by
lightning whili civliio service was per
forming and juit ss the pastor was tir
ing out a psalm, which began as follows,
afcthlnks the but great day ha Come.
Methittk heir the thunder soynd'-i.e.
the electric fluid entered tbe church,
shivered to etomi sever I plIWs, pewi,
window sashes, c. killed two ladles, cd
wounded a number of ethers. 4t
iJhtt 4ua also been a violent storm of'
hail and ralrt In Union-town, Md. which
broke. Jq ,pan ef. flats io that village
fields of grain wen beat dawn, roost kinds
of fruit knocked off from the trees, and
much other damage done.
From one gardes in Raleigh, there
vlere lately gathered, in 10 successive
days, too ntaaits of strawberries. Sossys
me rtrgtstcr.- -
In the State of Maine,' a young lady
was Utely struck with lightninx and the
rings in her ears melted, but she herself
was not dangerously injured.
A very old and respectable Quaker,
by the name ef Fox, was lately stabbed,
killed and thrown kite lhe water, 'Sup
posed to have been done by two negroes,
who have been apprehended.
Letters from officers on board Com.
Portcr'a squadron, mention,' thai the ofli
ctis snd crew arc in good health) that
they are constantly en. ployed in cruizing
smong the late haunts of the pirates, but
nut a pirate is to be found afloat the
trade is siopped. Assassinations are fre
quent in Havana ; the city it very healthy.
I he troop there are constantly esercis-
injr, and other military preparation ma
Information ha been received, by a
late arrival at Philadelphia, from f.im,
that notwithstanding the Patriot had been
defeated, they were still confident of ul
timately exterminating the Royalist.
I he people and army 'of the citv of Lima
had declared and organized a Republican
The Supreme Director of Chin, B.
O'lIifTKint, has resigned hi oflice, and a
Provisional Junta of three member, haa
been formed for the government or that
Republic. 1 hit measure was thought
to be expedient, in order to allay the po
pular ferment which existed among the
Patriots, and to give mere energy and ef
fect to the- operations of the Patriots '
against'the Royalist, the Utter of whom
eem of late, to have had tbe "best of
the fight." , -rr . .
In Colombia, the Royalists are driven -to
their last hold ; snd notwithstanding Z.
the Patriots have suffered a severe loss
in the capture of Com. Daniels and two
vessels of his squadron, they are not ia
the least disheartened, but fight with a
dctei mutation ancT a fair prospect, of soon
"Piling, or driving from their country,
,he remnants of monarchy that stains the
ft f l!i . a?
and hre-ships t and had tailed to St. Sal
vador fqr the purpoe of destroyinK the
fleet of the old king of Portugal, which
was I) ing there.
Iturbider the ex-mushrooo emperor of
Mexico, lately embarked, with hi family
and suite, at Vera Cruz, on board a Bri
tish ship, fur Italy, the place of his ban
The following address from CoL John Csrson,
to the citixens of Burke county, when a candi-
date for a scat in the General Assembly, ia 1800,
'twentv - three veara iro. vaa aommunicated for
publication by an esteemed correspondent in
4 j Q . ,
Burke county Its homebred and unrarmshee -jtjrlc.wart
H as w effusion of oklen times i but,
tteewi.'Maiifitor:. msjmsM'ft tf?
defeta'of our" "Sute f or ernm
accordance with the Sentimenta of the people
of theWesat u"jZ'tUman
offer to serve you as a legislator in the House
of Commons, I conceive it my duty, to exmou
to you my opinion on poliucs. In the first .
place, you will observe there are sixty counties
inthia State, and seven Borough townsj each
county, at this time, sends three members, and
each Borough town one, which eonatitutea tbe
General Assembly, a body of 187 member.
This body meets oncein every year, and every
year coats the State between ten and tw el ve thou- "
sand pounds t tttd In consequence of those enefv
mous sums occasioned by the General Astern- :
My, our Treasury is exhausted f and at Jasfc.s
session of Assembly, the Treasurer reported to -the
Ilouae of Commons the necessity ofrsuang
the taxes, in order to support government. '
Now; gentlemen, in order to get clear of those
useless expenses, and also to get clear of raising
the taxev let tie point out a mode of govern ,
ment less expensive and more salutary to the
Eeople at large,--whicb, if you are all agreed,
t it be as follows: . .
In the first place,. let us new-model, our
State Constitution, sikI say that one Commoner
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