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vnal responsibility , snl was solely moved
by zclnus anl anslou desire io inanl
fest Ma friendship for Ucft. jackson, by
assUting to elevate hltri io the Presiden
tial Chair. After wch declare ion, no
tiling but Inf.' union, nd determination,
- to fi as in him lay, lb iisiainQcn.Vack
, ion, could Itave tempttd Maj. Eaton to
' hr to have forgotten what w due to hi$
wn .LbMMtmMHfoW&jn. wertion
in tuppori oi wnicn mere wa nui imio
-of etjdenrrv- AiUhat appears, from the
thawing of Mr. Buchanan and Mr. Isaack,
to 1 a concerned, i. that, in
" common wtih theie nU men, I esprci-
aril myself exceedingly anxiou for the
- election of Ocnr Jackson, and on mv own
fertonal responsibility, adi and" flw, ay
could to pttrrrjote it; '-'t..u,-.:-I
was absent from ihe aest of Govern
merit on Saturday, ihe 83d of January,
the time at which Major Eaton tat! it
wa reported a meeting of Mr. Clay and
hit friends look place I and at the time
of the conversation which Mr. Buchanan
had with Major Laton, 1 had left Waslw
jngton, and was a'mnt for more than two
week. If'I hud been acting as (he author
and fiicnd, or agent, of Mr. Clay, it
would have been independable that I
should have remained on the apot whe.o
my service might have been useful.
Wetter Tmnutei.Oiirti I2tb, I.1t!i, iSih,
and lSirt olt. a eonsiJera'.le number of tou t luti
were sold in the lowna of Moscow, and La
Grange, in the Western Ditriqt of Tenntiicet
70 lota were aold In Mmcow, tvtng'mg 22 dol.
Ian each i and HI in La Grine, averaging 43
doIUra each. - The' munia for fn making, run
high Mjht Wtrtt but it hai not jret run the
people quite aa atark mad aa tho navigation
fever did many of our good citizen, soma eight
M.ta y when there aroae,
it were by magic, the rwia of Blukely, Hen
demn, CIimoreeettle Utter of wltlcb waa
awepl front Ife face of the earth "by a d strv,ctir
ConflAgratton abo4it tit year aincv.
Ttnneuee the Senate of this Hate,
Brovnwtre ojicd on. jybff..ji,JtJjr
' vote of 18 to 2, Mestra.' Bradford aii'i
William Rivinij tho two votes in the ne
I. Re$olotd, By the general aitcmblv
of the tae id Tennessee, thai the con:i
luiion of the I'nited State ahould Imi o
amended, a to give the election of 1'ie-
aident and Vice I'miidem. diicctlr
, At tho; fill term of the tuterio'r court
for ParUotink county, held in the town
of Klizabeih ciy. JuJo Martin presiding,
Thomas Spratt was tried for the murder
of Bagby Low, and acquitted. Negro
Miles was also tried on an indictment
for murder, in killif negro Allredt. and
found guilty of manslaughter. The M Star"
printed to! thai town, remarks The b'u-.i
stneas of the Court occupied the whole
tmpad 4flC CllrJ poM or eH
ceive it proper liere to staTeTIfrTuTfKet
to ixiQrp Vm, thai the induatry i)d
ability with which hc4ncharged his high
NOVEwnr.lt 27T IH27.
tan ni or mm a nr.
Mr, IThittt 'I he tJghiS January la a day
that will ever be held (acred by those who fee
for the honor and character of our common
country. "Whilst it la In contemplation to cele
ft k, and , great many c.u.ei of minor F9!' St,'of M.lla
titiwugiivu, jmiv union, ti ii uupeu.iue ciwacn
Mill not bn seliind in Uie expreuion vrthcir
patnolimon the anniversary of so glorioue an
1 important and arduous duties, the or- ' of their gratituda to tie Uiatinguwh
derrrcgTtlartty nnd deapa'ch of fcusinea,' cd individual who eowtribated ao largely io ma-
gave general sumiacuon. "g a uay ucar id me rccouenion oi every
.. . ;'"(T-w-s-'':ri'.'rrr!: American. ; ., .;iv-. ,H,,::.V
At the' fall term of the Superior court 11 berefore respectfully luVn.itted to the
for CrfWff 'county,' Judge nmg1fe!'?.MJt'fJ,,r' Uut a Public
ding, John IV, Grant. m tried for the Meeting take place , the Courf-flouseiOn 8at
inurdrr of James I. Carbrav. and found urcU),the lat day of December next, to make
guilty of Murder in 'he tirat degree- On suitable and appropriate airangemcnta
beliii? usked by Ihe Juur if he had any It it further suggested, ai our Legislature ii
thing to say, whvaenirnct of death ahould no in iL-wion, that ihe said meeting take into
Hot lie pronounced agaillSI him, he addlCS cuniideratiun the nrnnrit ill- Ktflrowlno- tb.
a,"'iied ihe court and audirnce for aeverjl i r . .
.. .. . , , . . llicilllfru Ull VUMIIIJ Oil (U'JJCCl Ul
" - r"-"r"- ,"-v.....h hhiiiiicv hi which ne a:ciareo, mai ne.f,.; . li,...i ..t
present relative weinht ot tho severnl , tlit aue of comprint gainst the , .,., ,. ..... .
7' L'oncfpontl'fi. ! he advertiaemcnt of
states in ihe election.
3. Nrtolvrd, That many of the mea
sure of the present administration of the
Frequent intercourse would have been ' general government are injurious to th
absolutely necessary to communicate
what was said and done, and contempla
ted to be done.
If Mjor Caton be trtditedy he would
wholly disprove the statement of Mr.
Buchanan, who avers that he acted solely
-OfHi"tf uhority . in the conver jition
held between him and Gen. Jackson, and
that it waanot me,bit his friend in Penn
ylvania -whoae letter determined him to
hold- such a conversation. Mr. Luchan
interests and dangerous to the lioeriiii s of
3 Hereford, That the surest remedv
for these evils, now in the power of the
people, it the Section of Andrew Jackson
to the Chief Magistracy of this I'nion.
'hey; also passed ihe house of repre
Tlje following resolutio'i was offered in the
House orKeprrntativenry iTiif. Rotfcrsi an
Court, J urv or Counsel, io the trial of the
( nusi : that if he had been on the jury
himstlf, he ould. have been compelled mo(lern wm of .or(j:m Ureceivedj but
our column, being to ncumbered, at this time,
with matter that seems to call for immediate
an'a dates do not agfei with those ra,rw"l,"1,M manui aatueJrtfmUoI .Jadu
jpr EatonjwbQ labour in most thing to i wn P.erce'-Ycd bc (lr' M' il .o. burlesque
agree wi-h Mr. Buchanan. .The only ,,,e 0,15 of Mr- B". Ttfticed above as adapt,
conversation he ever had with Oen Jack- i ed, tliey voud itdon:
son on the rre'sidential election was on ( ReKtvrd, Tnat th Kepresentatives in
the 2d of Jmusry, according ko M.ijor (the Ciuxess of, the. U, S, from 'he State
ton shewing; Sir. Buchanan, howe J or Teniirsscc, bv, and they hereby ure,
ver, s he did not call on him, before 1 reujetited to prefer clurges against John
his conversation with rhe General at a ' Qiincv Adauis, Daw lVtsident of the
certain day, about the 18th or 19th of Jan- I U t.iirai States, aetting forth the charges!
uary. ) and artMiniPot, for.tdined in the forego I
i here appears some strange discrepan- ; mj; prrambl'-. and u-.f their endeavors io
f .1 ... . rm i .1. . il.i &i .
ey in pan oi mo sie:ncnia oi mr. "c mr sain onn aarns, I res
, U . . . . I. . I ' . . . i. .1
. .. i,r Knrru Teroic, , ney 0(jr C(),umn, bei M , ncunl)ered ,hU
. . t . II. .I..I..I ii.. .I. i!... L.i
kith, iic laico i ii u hi i lie iiiiiu ne
n miniiteil the murder he was enraeed
who passinn tnat he scarce v knew wha: !
insertion, or notice, and as the legislature ia now
' i i. P t s as i
he had done. He had. hovever. offen "",OM' luc l""'" w
.led again.t the laws of the country, and j ?- m our paper, we m.ut it wide
ni'Hi die he hsd nothing to say or al, jt'll a more couvemcut Kasonj when, we tb.nk,
as to the Icntli of time to he given him 11 br poblinlied uitU profit to those whom
bcTore lTc,TirbTeKec U loh that " intended tn satirist'.
would Itaveith'tTieTourT .""" j - I'he aubriaoce of a-4iitle, headed-Bc)-re.
- The ht- then, io- a mosf elorjuent .f.VswaHwmivfa
and feeling address, advised the prtsowr repoldent,,? ,-we Uve htrelofore published in
to prepareTr 'dea'lh "is crime vf aT" of !Pttr' paper brt it ae good a "hi," at t nu
jucrr nature and accompanied with ur.Ui.na cbuscifncrj; community, that, at omc
iggr,ea circumsianiea. int ne oulil f oUier ume, we aill pve it another wacrtioir;
noi rupee, execuuve clemency- few
a-Mrrsscs of the kind were ever ehore
fteli:Jv oodc. - Scjrcei,v a dry eye was
aa aUo, the other articles with which the mc
corre?pondeiit bits favoftd u.
A- J ahull fim! m nluri in amp rnlntrn a
to he found in a crowded Court House M we can finJ room br hil)1. '
Ihe nsy of execution was fixed on the ,, . , . , ,, .
7-h of Deceml-er ' Te ' u, ,,gned by G' ' (and
i tuni'riKil npswaiiima fmm susrn rsariuli'sl
I dr above fact we gather from a detailed 1 ,., . . . . ' v
I r .i . , i .... ; or the day, to which we nave not accew) are
I rep-irt of the trial in ihe Milton Gazette. It , , ., , c . .
i uoir.N f.rinf Irilla! (pi t.is.1 V(. 1V.I1UP 9
- vbiuii'i aaita . 1 1 av c i
Ilaviop; puhlishc.i, is our paper of the
Sept. on the authority ut a eorre'ipoydent iu
Lincoln, an article in relation to the apprehen.
lion tf the notorious Jo.Wicr, who made Li '
escape from the SherifTof Lincoln county, i,;iu
conveying him from Surry to the latter coun),
we feel under some obligation to giv plce
the substance of a statement from a Mr. Ceqrg '
Moose, who conceives himself aggrieved by
article of the 2Jth Sept. !
Mr.irNtft I have not, until lately, seen the
article In your paper ef the 75th SepVrtlij'ft
tT thespTclwmiwi cf HtiMwiwji-j
tVier.'' Aa 1 fcel impltf ated in that article,
ask of you to do' me the Jiwtice to publish tL0
following itatement of acta;.
" Wler escapedrw Thnnday night; tm yiQi:
daymorning following, I discovered him w ay
fileM near the apriiig ; I immediately toV him .
he being unable o walk, and diasgreealU
thw bouses I placed kin in. rof barn , being iul..
curled, 1 believed him perfectly safe undtr tbo
eye of my family, until I might procure auiit.
ance to convey hirti to jail, where I eipectedto
receive the reward offered for bis apprehemion.
Accordingly, I haatened to om-of my neighbor!.
to get assistance, but he being about moving V
th West, could not leave home i Inextwtnu,
the house of Mr. Jacob Hhuford, Capt. Kltctiotu
Conm-r .belng there 1 1 informed there I hadtukrn
wier, and had him secured in my barn loftj
whereupon they went and took him without
resistance. Wier being thus found in my barn
I believe myself the person aimed at in the ar.
tide first alluded io. Now why was not our
informer honet enough to tell wh$ wa suajiee.
tenor Am44r,wr "ierf . And.not, calumniator
me, slab me in the dark. On the report ot)
Shufordsnd Conner, the aheriffhad me arrw
led, and tried by ihreeretpe etablrniagijrratf-
Conner and Shuforc witneasetf I was acquit
by atr except,-at it -appears, oor adviser
whom t call to state the-grwiBda upon W3
e rests Ins calumny. GEORGE MOOj
-OctSVtA. 18". . -
Burhani.n,Mr. lWks and Major Eaton. ; dent s aforea.iid, im.clinl ai.d tlin.is MmPird l t''1 wrtnea agaiiul
which are perfectly irrecoiuilcdble with ; cd fiom the TiesiJenc) of the United I " fc-from groveling and un.
tho letter of General Jackson. Mr. : flutes.
lsuarks thinks that ht& conversation with j
Mr Buchanan may have been one or two i
weeks later than Mr Uuchansn states it
to have been ; but he seems quite wil-
A'cw-IVA- F.'erlhn. f lie Jack-in nartv n-
pear to lutva uiuw.i.iuU throaa-luMU liu; 'Slu
of N'ew.Vork as veil in tin- nty snd the id
ling to give up hia own recollection for ' n?,',l!?r,;"n psprs are obid, , candor, ta
accommodation a aakf , and to take Ihe I n ; ' : t j -
. . . . it n L ,l,e t-o' rcial Advert t-er, in admrnistra-
time stMed-by 3Ir. Buchanan, and agrees ; tion , paper, apeaks very despondinHj- c the
ina' ii snail uo iiicu uu liio uvin oi ,l'C sui'jrti; n says:
1 cannot pretend to say that when Mr.
Buchanan called on Gen. Jackson, as he
never communica'ed to me whom Msjor
Eaton- - represent1 aa the negociator"-.
any conversation efween him and Gen.
Jarksnn. I do not recollect that Mr.
.Buchanan. an.d.jny self had any conversa
tion, from the 30th of December, untii
The Elertion, in which we have leen
actively engaged for the Lst three dan,
is over but not so :he "agoni." ',Ve
have been routed, bc.itcri, overwhehnn
never been hea
of whom have
in New York, nor a name in the ttircrto
j founded jenlouiii of hi wife's virtue !
&,uth Amerua Letters termed in
Noiiolk, from Bogota, lifted 21st Sept
announce Yhiit f ne French Government
haa sppoiuted Coiikuls and Vit c Consuls
to the Government of Colombia in -fieu
of the Commercial Agents, who repre
beiiied F.vnch interest thete prior to the
recognition pf the i Independence of Co
lombia by Wance. The ssme - letter
Mate that Bolivar havintr entered the
! capital, in the moit unotefita(iou m.m
At the lute York (Upper Canada) assize court,
a man by the name of Wni. Jones was eonricted
of maliciously killing cattle, and sentenced to
be hanged.' While at the same court, an Indian
ll.vmnn . ' -. .n..!nl ..I f I "II . I .
m -.uuiilicu ul kiiun a wiiiie man, t
u. lu. a c ! l f u'a rlrnnV rnul l. i.iui...a,1 . ' T
iTiWh-S impriv,nmn.t r -Likewise, Hiram Lo.
ee was hjuml guilty of killing Oliver Tui kin
too, aud sentenced to be impiifwicd ona year,
and pay a fmr of to pmindu V So it would seem
the killing crduttib cfeatures is a more heinmit
ofTence iii hit B(;riy'i dominions, than tkc
murdering of rational beings !
Williamstown, Masachusetts, having Tidentsl
ly sw allowed a- nin, on the-3d insV1, sybicU ;"
lH?ged about half way down to the "nach,
rious expedients were resorted tn or&et ,u
dislo.lge it, by physicians and or. withou".
success. After the young lady h4 auftered ex
tremely for ten hours. Dr. F.mW1 hi' upon tbo
foil jwing simple, but novel n'ngenious rem-
edy : He took a common wi. twelve inches
long, doubled, with apiece osponge attached
to the end ; this, in a drv te, easily-aFipped
down past the pin, where itbsorbed moisture.
I and became so much swollc', that in drawing it
up it completely Ailed ne mtaphagu anJ
brought up the pin strong attached to it.
.rr,- . ' nm,e'!decy to c5iTciii-ste "tn'MiTfivr
sulliage aystein. who luve .... u:. r; , . :p v::.,:.. ,u. e .
rd of before , . , !- cinncijr ins lUI.IICI pu(uiarnv, I l" "'o' .-aiuru I1IJJ11', inc
. Miiicn Dad su tie red much Iroru the ma u'th inst, tne kxciiane Coilcc lloue, a verv
iA.iiiua.iuus ui uu luicrc&icu pan, anu tin;
ut mosf tr.nnuitity -and confidenee er v.
I ex'enjive budding, owned and occupied by Mr.
Mr. Emmett, the distinthed counsellor of
Ncw-York, while profrasioraily engaged in the
U. S. circuit court, on the 14th inst. waa takta
with an apoplectic ..fit: lie Twas immediately "
conveyed to his' house, anil the1est medical ai
Mstancf in the city caMtd in but it was feared
he wou'd not mrv-e the attack. A univeru!
court imrncJiatily adjourned.
f.Wf ufwi. Coii.ideiable numbers of the in-
.:..M,-.Kw..foii1 tne ryanu.-iiu.,.cpuw not even now- be. , A.i o 1 m" .. -,-""mv"vw 1 uur,il t',,l. '"Jhabiutatf this H.ni) and thnse adjoining, are I
50th of January, from Nnrrutown, that found. We have rio certain' ftum' I
is foMhe-wholeonth, almost irnmedl--lro,ny of. wa.idatbui enough i, known! Th ' k k ilire putupin IHI,'r,d()Wci
ateU preceding the election : du.ing the torokethe head sick, and the hea. t faint: sN,t W 'P ' ,,Krmj'wWc fer tho worth. .vC xhA other advantages which the WeW I
KVli9. r"0 Tkon majority i -his ci-y. h -s ? W J S"' , or the uhof My j. over thl,, which operate I
...... . MU..U.C. .iuiii -.i.c stcnc oi lucly to be over, as under, 6000. There r ' te valuaWe lurwture destrou-0.- llkt. , !r mulll. ..j' -
.u. ..... r . . ' ,c At Cisti u hmn n, h,. ' uae Uiaic on mauv, -in tearing asunder every
To undertake to detail the numerous
conversations held, pending the preticlcn-
to increase the disaster, s the driving
tempest of yesterdav, which continued
tial election, by the fiicnds of all the can with unabated fury until the polls closed,
di.lates, in which I was a patty, o-which by keeping the -fair-weal her politicians,
I heard, is -not my purpose. Indeed no who are always on our side, at home,
beside their comfortable grates, swelled
'heir majorities several thousands. Th
J-ickson men on the contrary, were
cgnsideratjon would tempi me to divulge
private conversation, especially if the ob
ject wis to injure a friend, br even a po
litical enemy. It may, however, he prop
er to state, that in none of the converts
Hons, of which I have any knowledge,
was there arty thing said which had the
slightest tendency to fix or trace either
corruption or bargain to Mr. Adams, to
General J , Jtson, to Mr Crawford, or to been h-r;.,l
..I ... . . , . .-v.niati, Wlic
snowed :ho whole
'residential. At a drill muster of the
officers of the second Orange regiment,
on the lTth inst. at the house of D. vid
Mebane. Esq. after the parade was (lis
mitedv it was proposed that the com pa
Sis courts were lately all tilting during oix
week, in I'hiladelpbia ; to wit; the court of
chancer-, court of errors, supreme court, Uni
ted States court, circuit court, and court of
common pleas. Fine times for the lawyers.
" Lrve snrf a litt'e Bey." In the town
of North Adwua, Massachusetts, a- Doy aged 15,
thrtr glory, for they dehgthed i:i riding I snould ePress their sentiment on eloped lately, with a girl aged 19 and they
uptm tempests. ' j'hc presidential fjuestion, when 57 de uv ere married. Cupid plays sad tricks, soac-
In every county from which we have I cl-,red for Gen" Jacll,on an(1 - ,or j times, even among cWrC
nca;o mis moinnig, save ojie, the J-ckson flua"'a. fiiusooroug.i aforacr wfte-
mcn have sun-ceded. Even in Albany,
bin oi:e of the Administratinn m. n k,.
enseiaer. vvhrrr ihr.i
A Mr. tVeema,iroin Viri1uia.wf!T educated
On board the brig Pa-ifir.whirh sailed J)c5omplihcdoung mun, who lately i;n
laiely from Newbern, in this staje.Mrts0g,.d iimr 0nthe citizens of Uoston a
lime since, a ote on tlie PresidetiMnl '
..... 3i.ii.c, vuic uii iiic , rr5ifipii!irti ' i . j i ,
.. it r;:-;j.:r'ir ' . .v.ran int V4 --. :- I cicrir, man, aim jircntucu icic exueuem scr-
2?"" .,nf ' Vi'?"" "n" I t0"!l n,)t have becn found, and even week ! Ll'cl"'" passen-tmobui who afterwards nroveJ-,ol,e in im;
' post or, and was tried and convicted of larceny,
oidrs. was a lair an honorable anxiety before last the best calculators awarded i RCIS' officer, and crew, when it appear
" T Kvll WKt i . sinrt immianniH..Jias nrtta. 4iirn.l hi l1 f v4f t t.v
anl it A to promote the election of their t us
-,ue-Cnaiaaie. JJact&nn m.iinpi,.. I'l:,.. m.... at.
1 rti.i. thitt riiinmnnii.linn h.I..I. k... C 1 i . , nr.
- - uiiil.huiii nuiui uaa inui,, .Jiooiiane una warren counties,
urn, rx.o.icu inmi me, in vinoicauon oi nave given large majorities for the Jack
ana in ustice to those who.
me, have been assailed, and
ch j. ,:ed with having pmticipated in a cor
ru; f transaction. It has been to me a
riiost unpleasant duty, one which I sin
cerely wish I. could have been spared, but
I .bought I owed it to myself, mv friends,
nd mt country- J have endeavoured to
"Word offensive piewons ani.prrsomi
Uiought indispensable . to n;iy on j'ub'.ifi'
cation, nd as bearing directly on the
statement of the gentlemen, whqse over
zral h e induced them to break, into the
banctu jy of private friendship, for politi
PHILIP S MARKLEY.
Jtadelihia, October 30, 1827.
Andrew Jdckson i not the fierce-hearted.
son tickets, and Columbia a small majori i unprincipled "chieftain," which some
ty in our favor. So far as we have hearH I Pr'"se8 represent bim to be he is the
with two or three exceptions o,t,liuFe con ' .'rm ar,d determined patriot the tiuzen
sequence now, Senate and Assembly!'" Peac be so'.dier in wir. Andrew
all, all, is gone. We have no de9ireto!f'r'kSOn ' not the illiterate, unexper
hear further from the countrv. lAkr i iced bark-wood man which tome pics
Jire in the woodi, the Jaelton fever must 1 e" wou'd willingly prove is a graduate
nave its w,iy, and be sufftied to burn out. ol lre0(om, and practised in htr defence
-The National AdvocateJ tl,o.mbitteWi',?e ..'H nU ?er oehpcd circle
The Shelbyville IntelligehcVinp--lrub'lb'y a vIc of
mending his habit.
0 We are gratified in learning from the
Jackson (Western Tennessee) Gazette, that we
were misinformed in relation to the conviction
of Dr. W right, at that place, of manslaughter.
We had heard two versions of the story of Had
cliffe's being killed by his employer, both con
curring in representing the case as an aggrava
ted murder. On this infoYrnalion, we published
I Ii(r.imeut which can bind them to a comfortable
heme t and w hen once set ajtoat, bu' frw of theat
ever again becoiii cmfrtaby ami hppt'.y wxo
in their rcni Jence. The Jackwn Gais.-ttr, of tho
SOili ult. mv'i niiiTvbc-rs of emigrants htA al
rea.'y arrived in 'that section of country, and
many more were expected. The Gazette in
vites them to come on ; corn is onlv 20 cent!
a bushel ; a'd the "sod, climate fyiatrTT
ana convenience to niajkt;"Trc superior io any
new coojtfrv-vTTiToftlie mountain." We hesr
ditTereiit uks, hou'ever, about this land
The Commerc-ial Advertiser, of Kew-Yoik
(administration) sayu, sneeringly, that it is ii
htittcd, oh all lands, thiif the b ulk of the "Jack
sol voters were never seen before the election.
and - cnoM mot be-ownrf after it'' that they
must have " sunk in the Ued Sea, or gone whera
no man can tint
id the i
ivi - . 1
"'mm uhrn.l A n.l T..l. ; ...v. r...... ...,......,. m r " i .,...,.,.,-
tempt to account for the success of tbe-Jackson ' " r good authority lor doing justice both to Ur. they cannot "I.c found alter it," ei
tu-.tr..'M. i... ........ uewner which one press nas Wrirhf .ml !..-v ul,n tri,t .;m K .i i. ..:u:.. .
... pu'i.iiii I ail., uw.aiiii,, v. hlwl"t. .V
ThrU:tlatureof Vermont commen
ctd its Vision, on the 1 hh instant. The
honouiahje Jicbrttt B B.ites was chosen
Isaac JI. li'iiiiamson has been elected
f'"otcrrjor oftw Jerjry,
.shamelessly and unequivocally affirmed, j thc , f ,fc
but the people's firmest fneml, and Hea- P H . .
. v . . , of a mild, and pacific: lemperai
veil s noblest work an honest man. . ' . ., '
The whole Clinton party, aided by his
Excellency's counsel, throuch his "bodv
guard," were brought into actjve opera
tion, and through them, the Irish, wheth
er naturalized or not naturalized, were
led, or driven to the polls n squads ; and
us forcignert-r-n Irishmen, vo'.cd for Ihe
Jrtcksolli.it) ticket :d rr fl. linn. A.nr.
w - . ivlf UV Ul U .
oing .o inemasmen, and humiliating to j shockingly mangled. The whole arm
us, Americans, that any portion of our. was literallv torn in nie. nA it
citiz, ns should be thus transferable, bv
f chtcftturj, whethtr civil crniliturr.. tfCr. Jfic is dointj ne,.. :
that the Ur. " wns
temperament ; and the
jury ere impressed with a full conviction, that
In Belcbertown, Massachusetts, on ti.e ,Iie bl,'w ,nf,c,el bv Tum on lladclliU' Mi
2d inst. a .'aiiohn.r f Mr. Irl H mHii ! causctl thc dell of the latter, was more the re-
who was employed in the Factory of the
Swift River Company, Enfield, had her
arm caught in a picking machine, and
suit of accident than deadly detig n."
The same paper contains an account of the
murder of Iraac Miller, in that county?' in an
nffray, on thc 26th ult. and of the murder of
two men in Shelby county, in that atate : Dut
we are not informed whether their deaths were
'mtVS restf ojocciflpittlian deadly design j
m." Now we take inn ur
a compliment to the friend of Jackaon : The
plain inference is, thut they are the industrious,
peac ;b!e portion of the community, who stf
at home and mind their business, evcent on OV.
days of the election, when, like rational fre
men, tlai-y go o the polls and exercise their
estimable right of suC'i age and when they hv
done that, disperse to fheirhomCa and Vocation!-
This, dou'jlless, is the ichStd v. by "they are not
ther hra Imj,'
tioik-, about thc result.
Gov. Clinton. Wc have said, til along, th
Dcwitt Clinton would not suffer his name to be
used in opposition to Gen. Jackson: the follow
ing extract from a communication to the -Editor
of the New-York Kvcniug Post, confirms what
we felt perfectly assured cf before :
. Dear iVr; I lately had a personal con
versation with Governor Clinton, on the
subject we talked ol, asto the late iing'l
lat ccu'.tc pursued by lh& Staicsnsan