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VOL VIII.
NO. S77.
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' Tb. If rmt of the Wi firm f arC'a . fJ
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DENNRT Hr 8TAMMIHK,
VI art, oppvtiiv i Jn na wrtntn i
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MkiMk im inrrtvy m iwot4 io kxv
a, m glto.1 MMirw cm k Km f"f.
m t(i. M rr.W. M r.ikir i (h
, MUi t;tHrLf.rOJI ! Mfji-m kJ Am
T.J 1 k. (MmmI Pim'i tMi
ril fop l" W vim v
flfl (rom t'U.lklj)-.JM4Pr.Vrki
" wbicK. atth Ik drtv t j n. HinjC to rfkof
riB liT'Mrl rrfe (ae'i'aitrt for ri4if yerk
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'tkM inr Mafattvha'nt klc tua keratsfer
a la If,
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ty Ka LilUrftO IWirrdi nj h opr. lUl kto
"Vttt, m( mlr VtMft tk ewiiHmtrt of
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then n ftltrad lo, ai4 kh atoir. .11
' Umm U (tor tWm with work, tsy
(tpjX)imilT In tti prompt ctccutwa.
" TJ1IL0RIXC BUSLVRSS.
Tilt wbacfibc'n blt-mj rnlerrd into copirt
fuvthlp, (hr lk poipow of earn la m th
Taenia h r lk rn of MAUVl
It Ukt tba rvathtd retpectaU
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ivl lha 4WM einfy, ika. lbr ha wm-
-fjf Beta IWHWJ W IB" awojt wrnwiffT nrrupi
;Ml fcjr klf.. Hoa, Hlort Mr Alrnndrrll
Hooat af fXarlttaatrai, ia Ik leva of Con
, cord, wbeit ibey ar pre parad U
deacnptioiw oT orlt ui.!htr Km of ja)ne,
la thf moat auk-laaltal maaner, and after tha
. - aaoat tn-Hr- atvto of vorkmaaahip. "
feritrrajijpiilrWiaf
7nw PUiladtlpGa, lb Utrit Mikon in
' ttwre,1bry b tr.blrd to tuit any ft-jtk.
- en 4th the n-wrH (kahiWd irtm prm-ma.
bmuU up after tba f aieat rrotractor y'e"
I taikwinf. X1' P"' " irork
- ioDotr - a
,r.n Clotbltt, ( . S. J
Homfpun dotb CoaU, '
f i . . .... 1 91 to I 39
tV HikS are In-kad to trur kop, e
" 6MT uk k fahrtm. rtf aatisiaj,
f ar Content aot to k patToakted. -THOMAS
A. HAGUE,
wknE W. IIAMf TON.
- CmttrJ, Jmlf 10. 1827.
avaxa i u ituia V Canon and BeO
Uin wnptnimi. 4 . -
1 jaiain "raleyj hivinr tbn day entered into
jwpartnta.rtrf - -1
Ubf earwl on in ibe Shop formertv occupied
by Tbomu V. Canon. In the town of Concord ,
tbii i. to M.form lha eJtitena of Concord and tlie
adjacent country, tliat the aubfcnber. have jnrt
recei-ed the lateit faaliloni. and will eonimua to
meive them u oflr n a. there u any clunRe.
from the citiea of Philadelphia and New ?' I
and ar determined to have their work done in
a atvla auperior to any ia the L'a.ted Statea,
and on the loweat termt. According to workman-
a,;aktna trOTt dott III their
line will pleaae Re their ahop a trod i and it
they tail re: 'inf meir pnntm.
crihed, or fail ratiina; fated, in tbe neateat
Btyle. they ill be paid for tbeir cloti. -
AH ktndi of Cutting will be done at the anb
acribert'akopt and ipaJn apared In ahoaong
the tadiea bow to put their drenea torether,
aftvr they are cut out. One of the aubwrAei.
i - K.Mk f... ih nnrnoae of furwar.
dinrthe-rtealeat-aml hih- appfov.J f-ibuMta
a Pa a -ait.. .......... a. ka afKnmmAilalan
a-. a aia iaiar a iia- ittbyc uc awvwi mnvivv
at thia .hop, well a. the Jy. All order,
from a diatanee, will be promptly tnded to.
THOMAS V. CANON,
. BENJAMIN FRALEY.
Ctnetrd, Mt 25M, 1827.' 3t78
nnnK BINDING.
mn i maotrullu inrnrm. the Clt
' Sii'lT 'liflia.V. n1 (K atirrnundinir
in aakl town, on iwn .itmi, . r ," TV il
rfthavCoAirHiM wiiere ne ww uwkwnw
0 receive any kind or wor in ni. woe
, . - C. ,.r um ntrience. in Europe
from a iiuiuhv. v - I . . . i .
and Amerrca, he leHuUet nSJk to
rive entire aautaction au inoc uv
L: ...k .nu ,l.ur.nliAn nf RinJitir.
Btmk Bki wade to order, after any pattern
... a . ... J I.aV .alaaa -auKlJth
fiimisheda on mort notice, via m (inwp wM.v
s a a..M jaimnlai.Bl ftT. ;-
UW wtm voiu w 1 1 B
Old Booki Ktbtund, either plain or ornamen
tolon the root modemte terma. All ofderi
from a distance, faithfully attended to. The pat
rouge of the public ia reapectfully aohated, by
WH.BErCABTEMET,
J-. tflww I rrrea) af m uuU.dk Mr
a V
CUy M.rfoitftrja Eta. IfysHCaisd
I, U k M nH(f ik)fK loinM lk
mmmmf vkidi ! fc p
it
4 Smimtjdmd Cm. Wi CkwvTW
Utmm ti rMw ni k kw
lint kotirr. m .if inne nofa, kw Jl
MM HMr(lfct4 kf Ikft Irt ti MlfMf,
k fmi- Un kluk vitfc Uv. drM T lbir
Mr. Cl.r. tjffTf Ik. tfxit tott' k-d
Kf.n rod, uMrtiit. tbf coroptn n TA
Ioil . ' , . . , i
i k nmtItUn i.f a (far . K.n
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tkinka. m4to in.lt my repcifu1 ck
fcowltrfanietiu. (or , I be afc(aoaia ft-
crattuA wbkb bat Uea dirinx
fn v ual iaU la mm tviat CtaiMra.ainaial
dll'Hetf i ad lor tkll hwpltibU Vo
Mir.Kla lA.IIMlMI tf kUa mmMM
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conua.oc. am .ta4D, .oat atpeatauy
r . .i . j t ; j t'
lDrilJ ta tb loaat wbLcik Vow k.ve
iuat -ooe tna tha battokr t drink, f a!
. tM Bapaiae..U.kaaLof ihtl
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rnmrro. in nipa nrvrti. ins iiTirn
PnM, "I, iW"l JIU WI IBWUW (III
wti wkooi I, bmtt If rafaMotad i Ihji
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i aavQii tvrr-aiaw arrv-j-Hf or The
trnr-lk mnd mriinttt nt iKrlr. aa,,.ifA.
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ictpt for lb" ektriurdlojry'cbarVcier ofT
a - M I
too timet, tor near Jo yaart tad. a
klf 1 bate htn i4 mkk m nncmnr
and bitterrteii kick have few eiampln.
I Karr foataul itf thA fkarlLrnl. ,kiao
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other. lhurtin tbcmaelrei beiavaen ou
.od me, have dared, to .rr.ira ma for
trtKbary to your irxerc.i. Lln my for
roer coo.ii'nrntf, unafreted bv the c.
a 0 a
uroniei wdko hire been to perteverlpir-
y tlrcui.teo to toy prejudice. b. atocd
br D ub a eeerouronteitcr and a
ooW.moaliUf
aoiroMVi. vTne mraaure nf
theiV-rtrard and conndence Vi.i rfaea
with, end eten .tirr.Mrd. rhit nf th
nal-vnlrnre. rrf at aa It ii.ol rnr Dcraop
alaod iwQilCal txu..J thank, you. ep
iUnen,b art large poriwo bi ray laie
conatittienta. 1 thank yoHetd avrrvame
I them, wk U nr bearitJortlve mhl
tupportwblcl. I have tmttonniy rereiveo.
It he cbu'reil ni cintolcd me," emld.1
all my utere truli tod my I not add
that it ia honourable to the generou.
heart, and enlightened heade who have
resolved to" protect "the "char.eter"orBn
eld friend arvd faithful tervant ?
" The nurnerouaftiiniffttttttont of your
ptiEdence and att.chmrni will be among
tbe hta.t liki niotl trea.ured recolfection.
aj ma lifa Tha ImnoM on me obliia-
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iU, wklrh rn never be weakened 0'
cnrelted. One of these' obligation, ia.
that I ahould ttnbr.te, every fmr oppor
lunitv to vindicate that character which
yotl have to generoualy au.tainedt ird to
..In, a to anil unA to ttta world, th.t tOU
have pot yUldedMo the i jnjuUei of a
Min.i n nibviu'V' fwi.M!'l.lfl
That tS':-l!-.fiiH frpec'i.llr
bound to vindicate mvwlf to my former
con.tilueot.. It w.a at thtir re pretend
live ; it wai in the fulfilment of a high
Irutt which they confided to me, that I
have been accuted of violatinR the mot:
.acred of dutieti ol treating their wl.hea
with contempt, and their intereiti with
treachery. Nor is tbi. obligation, in my
nor antlnn of in imDOtl, at all weakened
by the di.tolution of the relations which
heretofore existed between u. I would
instantly re.ign the place I hold in tbe
council, of the nation, and directly appeal
l the auffragea of my late. con&lituent
aa-a candidate for re eleolion, if rdid not
l nn ikai m foe a arc of that clatt whom
Dne rikingiironi ibe deed fpnnotjcoincjj
aham nothintr can alienee, ana 00 wage
a war of extermination. On the iatue of
aur k an inn al. the would redouble their
abuse of me end of you 5 for their hatred
a rniamnn IA ,ia hnlh
Then have' romnalli me an often to
be the theme of my addrettet to the peo-
xlo ih.l I .UiiM k... .:ii:nol. aKllainad
Yfcsr r-.:.. r .iii,.,nn
MM Mill ysiv,.VKvaMUiwiltuXv"ifww
WtJU:aubieHb
ting form wbjcb the caJumnjgointt ma
h'.s Tecendf ' aasiime'dr''It anit arala but
on my defence, not of any pew charge
nor bv any new adversary: but of tl? old
cnarKO, tnu mw uraaa, auu itiim
it. A h an onen'and undlaB-uUi(l nemv.
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The fictitious names havefbeen tricken
frnm ih foot ot tna indictment, and tnat
of a known and substantial prosecutor has
. , . :i -AT J IT. j .. J I
DC en voluntarily vuirsu. uimaM4iicu uj
the' formidable name of that prosecutor, I
..ill aail mvaelf. with vour indulgence.
win i m f 'w-w f aj) -a
of ibis fit opporiuoiljf of . ijrt jOnteJ
serw iniercourif who jwt a a wi
tomUrbtBe lata iafr.:Itu.aa. fa a.l
m wUervatlnet m tie 9m i4 on
sent ,ttsie of the' frjf V '? tyi
dartre .half ka arfwlnr J l aa I ' hate Ban
ecUarrifkftadmae4l.0rc-lo Ike
mb N take tech (uxlct ef m Me MUtre
JrftrurraJlllaiattraa eat iotr.es
ta eteKrvefjiafifi or tfeit MiMrtct, ie
a aH . .a. at . a apv . f . a
vte far eome OH p lot ijtrww cewdidtJe
for ika f r.aMaart. wkvo ware rat a road to
v. it . . . ' . r t.
IB. lJUV.a oiiniri.M.iiii a ii
Law ettabHiHrd. and ca I farUer
aboard, leCarw i lel tkio Ut he
wrwea4Uw tall.l taearhuiteatad M tvf.l
Mi'1m.aof Ii. Mhaal Mkneclawalltr.
my 8ia4 dete mlo.tlon not ieoe"fe
1 . .. f r't. . af.
uaaavai jtina . a u iruni. di air.
Craw tied saaeaed 4 Ua Use, ikwi tbe
oovaJtiktw of kit kealikj wore tweh a. ea-
aW Mm to aAiifclnir ib dotke of tbe
officf. I ihocyhtcKb4rwUe,.fttrl reached
Wk l-ioaj VVf, ead fHitetf ,RUw o m
iafrm.aalfi aiwdlkal Ikiat ah.alcal La. Daub
asesi.il tbe re were; no other nteetieeia.
owgm to prtf rf his election. nnotiga
Ih Delegtilooi trone feor rates , toted
a a a . A a. a a
M W-,aUl bit peteaatoi were Wo-
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ly pretMe leiM.eif uiov.aweni, m n.
heaa of late aaaarted. aad 1 bailie. bv
ota of in very aarrwaaje who lKs wamt
iv e.Douaed bit cause, (kit kit bcooip
ivncy waa ao ptipioie a iaarry -w tmw,
the choice to loo of thi three retained
rirnfl4tti.'fr 'niy 'kw iJtTy tij
l .. i.. k... .k.. .kUk I
tenef was so p.lpibl si Clesrfy tw MnJl
OTBhr-arrd. Tbtt I had some objection!
f nr. Ad.ru s, i ins rt4y irteij w.m
mil, Oot these did not weigh feather to
compariW witblborii'ir ind.lntur
mountahla obirctlona. Lonr and a4ctiber
atelv entertaliKd xslott kit competitor.
I t.k fhlt occavlon, whb grtif ittisf.c
?ion, lo w.'e i that my objectlontlo Mr.
Ad.mi arose thlttj frora spprehenslant
which b.ve not bees re.uaeo. i mi
fwuad Mm al the bead of the Oovera
meat, sble, enligbtewed, patient ol iove.
tigstion, snd ever reedy t receive i'h
respect, and when approved by bis jVtc
ment, to eel upon tko Counrls of. bit offi
rial advisers. I sdd with unoaJxt pies
ure that, from the comm. ace meat of
fha f? Mar. n.an I. ' atltk ikaf avoptitlnn o(
Mr. J.iTersoo Adroinir.tion;'oo Chief
Cabinet ao qniied oo ell public measures,
nd m cordial end triendlf in all a4e in-
lerewum, peivata oa aoVlal, as toose
r o(lhi)rcMnvrtsldem. . -r
-vnaa-r-iotctl'tor Oeoersi JeckeoiH I
onpowiloa to. the. well known opinio,
. a. a A 9 a.tl. a.a.aal
which 1 entertained or nia.wrw p-"
of the ingenuity end aeal wbkh have beeo
employed to excite prejudice, again,
me. would hero held tne up lo sjatvertal
contempt; and what wowo aavw oce
worse, should bsvor taal I roaiif oe-
served h: ' T ""r'T'
Beforo lb eWctiotr, an- attemnt tvat
made br aa aboeiirw Uuery MWikbd.i
the Columbian Observer. i PhiUdelphie
a paper whicb. ss hae sinto nantprredi
w.t tu.tained by Mr. Senator E.too. the
the frlfLvd and th biographer
of General Jeckeon, toaa.ail eay maivt,
and to deter me m tlvt oxwiao ol - say
Tkla iMtaahfllnff avowed bv Mr.
fcorn-bS i&&ftMVnidchktf
vestigtion. A committee was rcrordtug
1. ah ika 1th daV of Februarv, J8SS,aa
tjointrd in tbe rtre mode of balfotlng by
the House, Instetd ot ny tne seiec4iu u.
the Speiker. It was composed of torne
of the leading merobera of the body, not
one of whom was m political friend in
the preceding Presidential canvass. Al
though Mr. Kremer, in addressing tbe
Houte, had declared hit williognetf to
bring forward hit proort, end bis reaoi
ness to abide the issuo of the inquiry, his
fears, or other counsels than his own,
prevailed upon him to take refuge In a
mlsersoTe subTerfuge: 0r tUTpostible
periods, that wai tho. inott fitting to sub:
...n...i. ika rharce. if it WSS ItUO. Ev-
rvifcumstsncririrtbeo: tresitrinerww-j
nesses all living end present mo elec
tion not yet complete ; end thro;or.e,.tn'
imputed corrupt bergain noi iuiuhw
All these powerful contiderttioot had no
. .. .1 ..a.nSaainra and their
weignt wun iiw vvi..M.-w.- . :
. the maantt shrunk from
bbcaaw ,-- . -
even an attempt to pro Jhelf : charge.
r:.-'.-m,-kir F-H r,naltrtaTenaOI- OW'
lor-uio m.a. wi r
cooM iddticd fid proof rhickWM -
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During two yetrs nd nir, wnicn
bav now intervened, a partioo f the
press,: devoted to thoceuso - f-ilenertl
Jackson, bu been teeming with the
wlerfr.B.u'm
charge, under every cameleon form, has
been a thotissnd timet repetod; Up to
this lime, I here in- vain irmted invetti
gation, end demanded evidence. None,
not a particle, has been adduced.
Tbe extraordinary ground ha been U
ken, that Utaccaerk wero not botnd o
'
euahHab by,.prtwllJariUt tbl
iga.Ud tKitst. U cltlllMd, cllrltU.o
end eawvlciloo ere .?aorraovt sad (hat
w.rd ia tirtxloos ck.rge, vt eteeapied ?uk P-Mnn'tr Jb; .M c um
r .ii . .i i .r - t i... i. ilenoji lot of Ltim.n rutare. Ill.AllnU
fro sllotlkyiM la .uUi.Mlata It
0Qq ipe prcieit it, mi iu cnneoeing
a A ayJillcal Aalnra. la akratiad U tara,
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pMr,lQUal4oI belaaf ewVetaaiia
"wi w-ww v wjib ar M ar rwyaaw tf fj iw f
tbi re.pcctt betweeo fwllik.l ta4 other
offewcesf Do ot all perpclratoH ol
crirtva ni!vHi a conceal ike ir e-ullt.
talA . fa ail lal iKoM aWa.l A! ITaW ttaS bA at. . I AW
s4 lo elude dvt.ctioejf 1 Ike accuser
of polukal offence it abtolrcd from ike
-fill at a AHhfiafwvlttsiaa klai aka nsalLan . afi at ai
other moar of off.aco .taadt orioally
.UoJral.. fuck a prl.clpU, itracucolly
pnaclplv, pracucally
, would tubven ell
iranuiUiiy.
peoetsioa, nor tU
' ....
c.rnao.mi aociaiyt
itttonn, peace aod tra
i i . f a a a .aai
oa eta. ear a a. aor
iot. would ib eafe.aealnai. lit tvalafal
end overwhilmieg kJueace. it .would
a mown lo en unite rtaj tkense to tibher
aI caJueons 1 ...
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Via r. a L. . . . . aaaktaawtajf. tk.f iV.
proof ekowldcat etclaeivery thai of ot
wiiaataaaa. taaauain iroan lhair aanac.
pooavely and dlrocilv to tb tact, rolil
a I. hkA All ajtkaa raaa Ka aa
l.bli.bed. by CaacuBJ.tantialas .wall .a.
iinn.n. vuimu irnim,i.ii
torn tvcne, b h what it may, onghi
tobreiklbrtet'' inrrert U nor4,"DW
Ar. Ik. wruuti tlM Ikat aa r n . . -. k.a
pemtive cvMeac. cot l do ctteeo that
r eiasaneav T inner oe rwwve. now
do the aexusert 4aes tkataa offaaca baa
Weti perpetrated f-If tby do knew It,
k ft'Jkf'f- kk-JV,r
victton. is baaed - I will aot even assert
tai, ia public sff.irs, a cmaea h-s not a
tight, freely lo csprc.s bi. .- of
public mea, endjo specel.ieoawn.the
motivct of Ikeir conduct. But if be
chooses lo promulgate ownioas, Ut them
be tiven a. tAiw.. The public will
coeractly jodgc of lhair value and their
ground. a one has a right to put
forth the positive amnion, that politic
al offence ha. been committed, unless hr
stands prepared to sustain, bt satisfactory
a a . . a . a t
proai ol some unc, Its acltai existence-
If he who exhibit, a charre of a solhl-
r.l crime is. from its ttrv nature dis
abled to estsbfi.h it, how ru nth more
difriult is tbe .condition of ill H-d '
innocencei if no .Hirroauve proof of bi.
.. . . j j i t
guilt 1., or can oe. eauweg i
Ii mut h.v been e eon-kilo that (he
iuuice of lb. DtibUcreoulred a denrutc
charge, by a re.ponsible accuiet, that bis,
at la.t, extorted from Ucneiai Jicason
his letier of the 6ih ef June, l.telt pun-
liihed. I approarh that letter with great
ralurtanee not on mv own accoont, for oh
that, I do moat heartily end sim-erely re
jnice that If has made Its appearance
But it it reluctance, cx'ited.;bf the
feHingvof respctrbicfJ. would anxi
ha. rniilv. ted towards Its'.otbor,
He'bss, boweVerrby that twilovr crettcd
such relniont betwten ue, th.t in eny
language which I may employ, in exam
ining it contents, I feel my ten oouna Dy
no other obligstion. than those which be
long to truth, to public decorum, end to
myself
The first consideration which roust, on
V v a-- - W
every reflecting mtnu, i. mai wimn
ea out of the delicate ponure in wnicn
General Jackson stsnds before the Amer
ican public. He i e candidate for the
Presidency, avowed and procfalmed. He
has no competitor et present, and there
is no probability of his having any, but
rw. . Ll-L. L. a,.. .Il..aa.l
one. ne cnarges wnn.i no .n..-v..
himself to be the organ of communicating
.. ,Ka r, nublir who is to decide the
question of the Presidency, though di-
rectly aimea ai me, hc.i' v...
his only ' competitor. Mr Ad.ms and
...tr .r ho!h puiltv.or we are both In
nocent, of the imputed arrangement be
tween us. ? innocence Is sbsolotely
x attuM--wlth mv iniilrr-If Oeneral
Jacksonihcrrforettin$stabiiluniLi
j l. t.r...nr. m ha insinuation, tbat
.r ki. .nt. rival, he will hare removed
VI HI" --war w , .
M..i nKaiarta to the consummation oi
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ika ah a. ol till amDUIOTl- nim v...,
at the tame time, nuke out hit own pu
r .nn.,rf. and imnress tne Amen
can people with abelief thal nis pumy
-T a a ua.aK.ait ... k(A Stllr .
IVY VI vwiir .
ahd, jnlet-niy: none pixai:u ....
t betoretbe IIusoXJietMeefil4
hi dms wiU lmc solujd
.;ku Wartberer-evef mof o- piwnir
. r I
rraater interest, at an naiu, .w.
r . . . tl l -Am av avanua
Uui iuib of charges f
I state, the case, I hope, fairly 5 I mean
. . r !.,. faarlatJa. If the DO
to ataieiiMij-aw.v.-M,T"i:z.. ... ...
shion be one which exposes Oenera
Jackson to unravourabld auspicion..
must be borne in mind that he baa volun
5,. and he must abide th?
....,; 1 am actinir on tha de
-Ii ii r. VboI. me,
4 who bat called fonh, by ihe eternal
i 1 1- ' ii m i I ii 1 i
jlawaaf ealf pfeik h-t riyM to i
I ell t.gUia.te enaane of self defence, i
tst
N M ! Mt eurnpf f Jke kf o-
I M "Wi
laal la Mala Adl H..I La
a.t la Mil. aril It . I La fa a MHMi a
. w . w w w .a w a-- V t
iboae QOalitUt la bit fits!, '((ffflinly.
w Had ibrovgHott e lellrr. lbow4
llii.nl Ia aal fni k til. litn IrnAS.rtliatW
purity In (riVnr Cotrtit I(t ko
ramiptloo which It ottrtbdf fd fo thtra.
V?e would tmtrine frob hif Utter, lt
..IJ. .'..-L.. 1 i. .rLl.'...a'
tV?. ,,? ,?Vb,f . .,,lf,?L-
1 l?? ' .T,ut.fl Wfiwnjor
. "iv , i Vi. n " . U
w WMlA.Vb H mivai 9t Jbo
"trn.lg1 very 1rfrviir1l.. JfT ,w ,U
b''c IfKihil
la al ..LllII. atkala hn.lhlm.kl kali.
runs as v m
Irr al XaakvUtV. whoAA ahMitntmaftt ban.
... , -yr
rvan.fl rcA fo be boon bia reriiinmenda
lioOfoUtrqctad Us rtcsptWlf j ; U
.i.An.fi isl St i a Hsl .aralalnai Ika Tal.
tnuyplM ladnoi tie $ih Jot JUT.
sccq Cerier Iletf)ry fmi fijevte
tlUe teller, dated the lib of In breceiluip
M.rtb. MibTTthtd In bureeius raultet.
and publuked. I kite Un) Inle doO)t,
alihugli I hate not the ry n. al Kr
t.lalnribo fact, in- thf rrertfy .Hik-
.;if. f afTI tint aa. rnnlrar lo Ornaraf
iarkao&'a a.iArtloAa. Thai. Ja .kaal Jkcter-.
tpotUft inowrtnee, ind fi virjit4
trC'7 jllQtf.tQ.tfUUIt.l) Vlrerj iUrtU .-
nt k Miiiri Infarenre. the waaf of
read that leHer, when b wrote th.t. af
m lh tTohd Stelet who btf not .d -J.
Tb.r. j, , ierniblo coincidence
0a-rl Jacksoa end caruia lt-
L, .ka. ..r,n..aa Ma inlaraat. in relataon
,n Ur. Bcrlya letier. Tbey vary
fly look the ground in reipeel lo Jt
thai I oueht. under djt ear titnttvtf.io
come out and den; the itatctsents. Apd
General Jaikson now isys, in ila fetur
of the t)tb of June, hal be 44 alwaya in-
ttnued, snouiu nr. uity com oui ovwr
hi. own n.me. and dent having apf
. . . a .... . .
knowledge of the communication road
ha bi. friend, to mi friends and (0 rtl,
thai I would give him the name of tbo"
gentlean.n through whom Ibtl Commuty
Tka Wialinaulthrd manvbef Ol I'd!'
. " kn hnra tha allrwad OVerlBf,
cording t General Jackson, 'presented
him veil with dlplomstie circomipecuow.
t.at k. akimLf wotind ih vaTT wmt-aefi'
.iKiin. df ih Goneral. Ue avert that
tb caromunicaiiovt waa Intended with
the most friendly motives, that he earno
as a friend," aad that he hoped, hwwevef
it might b received, tber would b no
akr ration in th friendly feelings between
them.. Th .Geoeral graciusl conde
scends -to -.receive the eomwunicatiofir
and, conaiderstioa of tjnndhif 4t
ihrdUtiirrnilhtd. -member, . JI .
having always been a profeivod friend, Ha
;. nnn.;.a4 imnnnitvi and a..red that
there thsll be no change of ernlcable tiea.
After ell these necessity preliminarleo
ar arranged between the high negotia-
ling powers, iho envoy proceeds, -
.A kaan tnfnr-nad ha tha flicndl of Mr.
Clar. that the friends of Mr. Adama bad
.r and bis Wenda would untie in aia ot
. a. a a a faaY aTa - -
iba election of Mr. Adam, r. vias
tliould be See retarv of Stat I that Iba
friends of Ad.me -fere urging, aa a rea-
I ha friends of Mr. Clar SO
iva aw .... r I
accede to their proposition, thai if 1 wa
elected President, Mr. Adams would bo
continued Secretary of State, (inuendo,
there would be no room lor nentucxy. j
J.rkxvon'i inuendo, or
MBVJ --p..--. "
that of the distinguished member of Con
gtess! " Tlajt the frienda of Mr. Clay
atated the West does not want to separate
frora the Weat, and if I would say, or
nermit any of mv confidential friend to
' .' . . . I T 1.1...
ssy (nal, in case . uwas eicao -Aa""
M. aj... aimnld not be continued Sec-
rttary Tf Steia. by a complete unior. of
Mr. Clay and hie Inends, tney wouiu pw
an end to the Presidential contest in ona
hour and be waa of opinion it WM rignc
to fight such intriguert with their own
weapona." To wbicb the General atatea
i.:..ir k.aa ianlied in .ubstinc.
Ill iukm iw -. - - r .
That In politica,'ae in every thing else,
a a I ' . . a.ai aaaa ftfa
my guide was prtncipier ano, ,
fW0UOTrtep;int -rj',:-land
,equ3ira Jw;mJ
I r.. I AlA MiAnnaa ha had
IIU Ilia ii.v.-, -
,me from Mr. Clay,- tittogh: M4
ihe termt Mr. ClorJHendt,) that beforo
i.4 arh i ha .Presidential cnalr by
I www . - . .
iiiti maariy t (f ' baHmin and offUptKo
I would aee the esttb open and swajlow
both Mr. Clsy and hit friend, and my
lf with thetn." ow all tnese proic.
.ions are very fine, and display admirebfw
purity. . But itaeublimitjr wouldbotanaa
what more impretaire, if iome periyn
rtf ,fci( j,.., 9htm j,t Ihl. ,f
the fth ; OTlf( j, WttM lfcjog 4h.f t
ir. IbbCU bfit bkte.
mow it d thai t dooU wkelber lbar-
5. .-k.r-,,, 0r . rIhkirerobeco
    

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