rH m4 rtttlrtM, w ta
VOJ- vih Nor402.
The terms of the Wetter Carolinian are, 3
per annum or 3 SO, iffaldtn ofranr.-Jut
payment in advance will be required from aO
uMcnnen ai a umancr. woo arr unww iv
lie Editor, unless tome responsible perto of
rr. ei acquaintance guarantees the payment. -
No ppr iliacMiinued, (cxrepl at lh Optioa
p in Kilter j amu an arrears t(c w wu . .
Advertiaemrrtta wilt U Inserted at fifty cents
- per aquar for the first Insertion, and twetrty4ve
rents for each subsequent one.
-r Ail Mien addressed te the Editor, must b
ffttiJ, .Klbejr nay ot,b attended to.
SJLlSBUJtr, WORTH CAROLINA.
BY XZIA ALLXMOdO.
JlZT viAlegaut ettablithment, aituated
.rVTJilat the jrtlicirn oTOie' 'Court-
Jyl I House, baa beeit recently repaired and
lined up in a new and superior style, lor tne re
ception of Company. The greatest pain have
been lake to procure for thia etablithment
ait furniture of every description, neeesnry
(or the comfort of Traveller! the mot ap
proved servants bve been selected with great
cartl the bar atoeked with choice liquors, and
tat stable attended by obliging and attentive
noetic r. The convenience of thia situation u
coual to any in the place. The bouae contain
number of private rooms, and out-housea, well
calculated for the accommodation of Traveller
and Boarders. Attached to which, there is a
Dry Coode and Book Store.
To thoe who may please to call on him, he
sutures tbrm that no paine will be spare ! to
fXader their stsy comfortable and pleating.
SalUbury, Srfit 17. 18)7 82
'FROM R.V.KICH TO XALISBURT.
UtE subscriber Jisnng
-I t-.ii - purcnasra inn route
Mr Jnhn Momnv. Jim
ST aeBsCSVi' rcpcctfuHy rofmnis the
.... public J ia', jw exert'ionsjn his power ahall be
--Vantinf o. -Mftdtr it ai . expeUtintt, safe and
eomi'nKie at it hat hitherto been under the
ajupenuCi mteocebrTlf fbrmerlmhrfaiigaWv-aad
TTTbere KMTbe wretjnjrt 'iA tiKMite Jhe U
: wgt v usual, iil ciintmiie to run from Raleigh
to bsli'bunr, vie Pituborout;h and Ashborourh,
once a week. It leaves Raleigh every Friday
ai 3 o'clock, r. . and arrives at Saliabury on
Jlonday ai 10 o'clock, a. w. Price of pvure
from Rattirh to Salisbury, 7 dollsra, and at the
name rate fof any distance on the route. . All
trunri and other baggage taken into tbe Stage,
.hall b delivered at toe place to which they
aying that thia it the nrareit, cheapest and
m agreeable route from Ualeigh to 9aliabu7 1
and he, therefore, with the greater confidence
exEciti pub&c patronafre.
GEORGE WILLIAMS. Jr.
January 8, 1828. ; 3mtl4
CARD ' - ' -
21 WTLLSTt tL CO.
(M At ey me Mff md Pftle.J
UAVB juat received from Kew
-York, a large supply of -
--r Medk'metf and
Paintii ' '
Which, together with their fnrmer stock, make
tti present arr!'oit replete mith the moat
valuable JMa'tiiM wUln oM country. As they
r.,dctf rmineil to make this eistabnahment
worthy of public patr'thaffe.inej" now offer for
ale, Wholetale ai rt Ketaii, Hie above MtOtantt,
- itc, on ilie moa reasonable terma..
Pkuaciaiu io ths section of tlie eotrntrv. as
welt aa Jhce.to be westward, who, heretofore.
ssluetase? habit jT. u pplymg themselves
1 with McdlcTnes E"lnoTtm'aiid dKwhere,
will find It for their nerMf to encourage the of-
J.fbrt tf the present propri tors, in making thia
useful and permanent ataml .
. N. B. Ordert carefully and punctually put up.
crreeabh to directions ; and on the shortest no-
tfce. SaUttHrj, Xtv 20th, 1827 89
LAND and NEGROES, w SALE.
N Wednelsy, thcSOthdsy of February
urn .... - . . ..ir i
r , .
Iate the propeHy of John Haywood, Esquire,
" . deoeased i a large portion of them young likely
bovs and girl. Amongst them are several very
'valuable csrpentera, Blacksmiths, and other me-
chanios, and several valuable house servants.
;A1 several very valuable
Tracts of Land
in the neighborhood of Kaleigh, affording situs
tioos fur buildingi, well watered, and Would suit
fcentlrmfi from tbe lower country wbo may
Kk'ire hrakliv summer residences, Tbe differ.
'jei-' 7Tct of land' will be laid off in lota, or sold
' entire aa may be agreed on by the commiaoion-
' "mii atipointed in behalf of the State. The aalea
rWiH t-mad" lor ine. PcnrnT or ine -otatcot
" i-. . a r a a . m
Jtforth Carolina, on a credit of one, two' and
three years, with interest from the respective
The sale will certainly take place, and will be
continued. from day to day until the whole
property it dispose! of.
- JOSEPH PICKETT,
"--- - - - - JA!L P. TAVI OK,
.Kaleieh. 3an. 6. Vii. w
ffnE lubscrtbm having, st the January
jfied as executors of the last win and testament
of . tbe late Doet. Rebtrt B. Vance, dee'd. re.
T 4ueit those indebted to his estate to come for
ward, and make" early settlement r end those
having claims agajnst it, to pment them within
the time required by law.
. DAVID VANCE,
3l03 DAVITLL. SWAJN.
jSjftf A C. Jan. Mth. IO.
DANIEL H. CRESS
REQUEST! aH person indebted to bim by
note of ham!, book account, or otherwiae,
to make payment immediately, or their debts
will be placed in the hands of an ameer for col
lection. Peraoni bavlnr demand arainat bim.
w-ortment of GOODS. c.oinf of ; ,
canccwirom inai tipnu, m a lew wa.
Jari JFtfra-. Crri. fc?f.'
which be ia dtanoaed to sell low for ctuh. or on
th credit. - . - .
vn,ft,,ry; jm, iw,.! W ,,.,
KCX)KR LOANED OH?
t OnCRl AH persnna having booka la
11 possesaion belonring to tbe estate
rre.lMaray, deceased, are requested
tbem m 0vltitchK'a;r; .
Xiiiir 24, 1828.- " - 3t02
i i i
CASH WANTED I
mmm a , ... a 1 . ..... t
r inn Mioacrioer naa aeciinea rmaaar
I .j. ...i t.j-u.i.ri.!-
wmi mmi x'jurt muse iiwcuiru w uiui,
to make payment against the rst of February
next, as (oncer induurence need out be expect
ed. I will sell
at reduced prices hereafter, for ciie ilb.
GEO. M CONKAUGHXY.
Satiihwn, Xtn. 29, 1827. 91
uAsn, wr fliotArr aid njt o iiAut.
m Ml . . m m m . nir. at
are Indebted to bim to come forward and settle
by the first day of March next. Those who fail
in complying, may rest aswml that their uoit
KUWARD C It ESS.
vgy, Vc. Sth, 1827. 92
SEIDLITZ and SODAIC fO W DEKS,
ITI - W ILLRV k: Ca: have on, band, of the
wiiitur,i av. wu.. wi Ull , liwivt. m w l , , , , i
alwve Powders, and will continue to keep.lVt,,0,, lMtpuf duty, to aislgn
constant supply during tbe season, be the
gross, dozen, or single box.
JoAii,rt: tffr. t8rlB38 - 8 . .
N. B. aa'id powder are nut op according
tWe, meWd. prescribed ijsUie.L0T)l on Ph.rma-
I1I1X be sold, at. public auction, on wrd-
Tf neadar. tbe 20th of Februarv next, in the
town of 8tatesville, a Bonn and IM, together
with the necessary out-housea, and in addiiion
tberto a aafe and eommolious blacksmith's shop,
itefett wblicenntprt thevi"Kf,n"r
JIIh, 0 Wtwonrrrsw.and
te.fWi.,Ttnni 12 monthr fi, rradrf.-'
t I lartH .aa
amiary i. ioo. ww
JOHN C. ELLIOTT'S ESTATE.
THE subscriber having qualified as adminia-
tret or on the estate o? John C. Elliott, decM.
late of Rutherford county, N.C. desires all per.
sons Indebted tathe estate to make payment
ith as little delay ti possible : and penons haf
inr claims araioat the estate, are deired to pre
sent them, legally authenticated, within tbe time
prescribed by law, otherwise this notice will be
plead in bar of their recovery.
vvH. BLAUK, Jlam r.
Januartj 15th, 1828.' 3102
I r.VAl L.7 .?Lrr LM
.. . mwi t : . . ! I.
Mi.lWrrluintv.N C. unon a credit at twelve
at uic uuuc oi rfuun v. cunni, "w
month, all the personal property belonging to
tbe eitate of said Elliott, eonsiaung of Cattle,!
Hoe. Sheeo, and llorsetf a UrtreWiantity of J
Corn, betweeen thirty and jm.
constating of men, women, girh and children,
.moeg them one excellent blacksmith of good
character, and two others tolerably good black-
smiths and Carpentera, also of good character i
aim ntner trhriea i me nie to continue irom
oy to darnimtTia
tiiawuw wuvwn vn w mj -
urn i iau ii'im i,v
-Jnnunr iA. uir. 302
ps-riTr tntiv nnMit nnv
dee'd. kte of Rowan coontv. N. C. with the will
.A. rm V Vll ttntS UI atWIII IIUIIMUWla)
i innum. aeairea ail ocrwmi lnueinea io sbki i
annexed, desires all persons indebted to said
rpossioiei ana an penonenavmg ciaima againti i s
me estate, are aesirea io present mem, tegsiiy
the estate, are desired to present them, legally
authenticated, witbin the time limited by Act of
Assembly, otherwise tbit nouee will be plead in
bar of their recovery. -
RUFUS BE1D, Aihuniitrattw.
December Uth, 1827. 93
FREDERICK SACHLEH-S ESTATE.
THE subscriber, administrator of Maj. Fred
erick Sachler, dee'd. of Rowan county, N.
C. desire the Legatees to present their Invento
ire. the Legateea to present their invento-
next February court. 3t02
ADAM R08EI1AN, Adm'r.
January 26M. 1828.
ALBERTCORPENING S ESTATE.
THE subscrflief having rmsPedaaexacuior
of the laatJkiH xmneirtament of Oerf
I-toUiivVdectasedLJa'e. oT the county 61
Burke, desires all perron indebledfolhOstate
of the said deceased, to come forward and make
payment without delay i and likewise all those
tbo have any ciaima against said estate, to pre.
nt tbem, legally authenticated, witbin the time
limited by law, otherwise this notice will be pled
in bar of their recovery. '
- DAVID CORFENING. Exeevtmr
ESTATE OF ALFRED AIaCAY.
fllHB siibtcryier having qualified as Execu-
.. Ur ...'.- -.;..t, t-a-
. ,w na lesxameni f Aiirea
Macay,1ate of jSaHsburvVdpe'd:: desires i all' be'r-
tone indebted to aaid dee'd. to make Payment
with as little delay as possible t and all persons
having ciaima against tbe estate, will present
them, legally authenticated, for settlement,
within the time limited by act of assembly, other
wise this notice will be pled in bar of their re
covery. JAKES MARTIN, Jr. c'r.
number af thft cltliena of the
- - I r -
ani connivi tntk oiik arnnat r thai kn.M
ult." for ihe nuriJ r waUne arrant.
menf a Tor the tromioo ol Oen. Andre
I J,ckion to th chief otiBlitrieritnd John
1 CCaJhin. fhe Vice Freslder of the
ttTnTlitHwerJAVfltlSAll j... .n r iiwiajiinK iiiancea wim foreign nation"
. i - ---.t -rM w MtJUMuimiiji HmiifcM i iv - -u: . lu i. i
tbob IcalUd to the chdr and W. HeriTi7EaKrrrAaAitlir-T;
of AW and Cant. D. Coleman er; aroolnted fJd. W V. .v " V-"" - . irrfW'nilP!
1 I -. j - T. . f.. . T - PII14 IRUiDi WMD bThTITFiV VBaaAam. AaaVlVK I SMABil -.r M .l.t D I '
to leave Mrr,,,:u. . " iM.ri.t-.. j Ii." . j . i V .w '"' vonirrwi h
a " . i -- t- t "-r. Pocai principal, and exercised t riirht of rh.nrlno. h.
der, Eiq. explaining the oture and deiM of ? Theexneriincr
ten of the meednef. committe conala- .5d trl f"???
nm. - w ti j r
" ' - ' I
5"iT 01 ii. Aicxanoer, c
i g, - n i. f . D i.
"e?r' llarnh,r, V'K' RoS
Major I. Cannon. W. Harris,
D. Coleman and J. Williama,
appointed to draw tip and lay
bouse resolution! for tbe pu
nri.mhl ftnrl re-bnlutiAnt
I r .
Your committee beg Jetty to report.
"t re confident tWt ;we act in ao
cordance With the Wlsltl a Iarre ma-
joritw, not only of the reope of Cabarru
f5g".?ib..ie Vf ?f 1? V''"
'" "v,kr" ,w'
1 nnr V p . ,UI Ul IT.0? io "J1 ,ne
'"- aiucoi oi i.o vuiica "iiwi I
foi 'lhe next term." ,fe making this I
J ol the main reaaoaa which hate
I impelled ut lo this ionciuaion. These
will.jieceaurily be erranred under two
tR.,u , (i...;.,!;.
jaate to thexonlinonce of the present
ffwtHi pMferencXiflf-.lhei Hero of
NV Orleana - -
nirumocni in oince, ana ine acconu our
" n country wnere tne iree
1 and iro partial diKUSslon of the motives.
principles, and actions ol men in public
life, is not only tolerated, but justly en-
fouraged. Of t good policy of this iwe
trJIm .fJlJ iJlV0-lo-OVbl- The
I. ... . . A .f.
oe tHCQ or the OrdCM 01 puutlC opinion
wo fear nothing from the result for
our favorite. 11 It wr necesaary to rest
the claims of the 0DPattni candidates on
I services rendered previous to the lasi
I euctio wa ollM u to weieh
ibera in the balance, confident that the
tnene mem teM ufihafuniii explained by
the prophet, would be applicable to the
But there are additional objections to
; the. re-election of J, Q. Adams, baaed on
...... w. .... -r
do justice to the people, we deem it ouH
t . .t ... iir t.
OU'7 0 notice, rr WOUW, II II were
alone necessary Ln this context, be willing
to adopt the words of an - honest and
kl.kl- -ifi-H eliizenV to iiiiW the ad
... ... . , . . -r- c -.
that thia judgment would confirm the
opinion we entertain that he, Mr. Adams,
did not "possets that Strength of mind,
that practical informatlOOi And.tb(t fami
the people previous to Bit election whicrT
should authorise them to elect blm to the
ntftatfr -aIaaialaaul ak T.A aft ffaffah 1 a tTtaaa Sn
" . ' . "i
founded previous to his election in 124 ?
. a a .a a a ft
oeen in tne aenrice PI tne Linitefl
States for year before the administration
inent service rendered byblm as public
UMn, ftr,Ki. -.nm.n, .Kr. ? 1... I,;
advocates point them out. It could not
be at Ghent, for there he was associated
with men superior to him in intellect, in
useful information, and .in patriotism
Though a diplomatist in grain, and from
his cradle, it is now known to sortie (and
time will discover it to all) that there
wer(J ,t (h ,re,ty ,, tpTltt ,gnu
- ",u1"i SM, r V
uui .aiciiia, piaviii ruuwicu0 aiiu uu
biased love of country the heart and mind
of J. Q. Adam sunk in conscious inferl
ority What aonnd aense of the impor
.IfSiJa! JT fJheUnioni could, induce
him to propose and advbciite the larren
der of thenrngation of tfae Mbsijppi Ib
consideration of the Hghr-to fish on4b
banks of Newfoundland, ?t , A iurrent)er of
an all-important privilege nd right, for
one comparatively , trivial. Could thit
arise from unsound political knowledge
and principles, or from the selfish consid
eration of benefitting poe section of tbe
Union with which be wt Maociatc4 , ia
ol a larger poruon wnom nr xnew-noi,
and for whoiir toisJ!t;ijf..
or the other motive he aded j and in
either point of view we are compelled to
comdemn bim- We .would again ask
what confidence can- be placed in that
man, who at the mature age of 40 years,
deserted tbe party with which he bad
bees uniformly aftttfate'd, ijti ftntcd
-k i. , . .
iihuviiiii LiuiivB i-i imiririi nr nini,
. , - r r"
. .1.1..4 j . . ... ...
J L- iU r!i.. it"
I ..... uk m K. IC (.11(111 Hill friWH
I Innmnk..! . t , n. I
: ...j.iin ana-cr m tne neeative. I he
? . DCC,e secretary of itate
uunn ,ne flmInItri,In or Jaa. Monroe,
rhhou,: no,icinf? M nt of diplomatic
"f1 'nd -oIedg which enabled the
laaj.T.,Ur. of th United
' Itare of lib .!,. ,u. 'Lj i." l"'P?,wr:"
r -..- .up. ucaL. uar:, ilidii rimmi a h, ,M a li.t.u
ti.ii.Y,! u 7" i n ia ui- recommenced and citabUabed It rih
tiall7conaideredatthwnerfalAriiar.l:nM ui. c.t.j. .
I.f 1-.. - - r- - w. ... K.vn in navinr doioidb; IO 09 in CD . .
I CM lOiDrovement. atwf k.n nutu.-rl.. .. .
minister of SdsIo to nif k ki, ilUon
the treaty for the ceaaion or Florida, and
which required a new negotiation (for it
aval tantamount to tne tame) to prevent
Ik aw aaaaaaaa !... J L.. It a
, -,.,. k. th. nn......T r
m4!nl flf ,ha mn ..in.hl. of th. l.nda in.
f.nded to remunerate the injured chfcen.
oi the united Matei without noticing
h repeated Ittempts to bring himaelf in
iu nub. ie vlaia h delivering fiere Bbd lm
nnlnl nrattra. ' an4 hw rtrratina him
,eif pttWic prn from imputaUona not
cast, or if intended for him, beneath the
notice of a nublio officer of the United
States holding tbe station he did i we will
proceed to observe thai although Mr JClaj
has called it a tafe precedent" to elect a
Secretary of state President, yet e rhust
-depyjb? doctrine to be correct in princi
pic ana tor reasons oovioua u every
acquainted with the nature and interests
of our government. We ivill further
take the liberty lo eaten, that Mr. Clay,
now Secretary of State, haa cither com
mitted an aburdi'y in supporting Mr.
Adams' election on the ground of " tafe
aufTcThni-.or that he was not aerioua in
the people for that office. If fV'(WViln
at be asserted, that the appointment of
Mr. Adams would be the best, because
(being Secretary of state) it would be
tale hrectdenu why did be suffer his
friends to run his own name, unless it
was for the obvious purpose of dividing
the western intereat,nd thereby enabling
him, and those who looked up to him as
the head of his party, to decide the elec
lion in that way which, aa time has shown,
would most result to his own benefit f
How doeV it happen (notwithstanding the
iafi ftrreedent) that he could so far forgot
himself aa to use, or autnonte expres
lions, previous to tbe election of Electors
derogatory of tbe character, principles
and actions of John M, Adams f And now
does it happen if he thought the election
of the Secretary ol state to the freaiden
cy correct Ort the ground of tnfe precedent
. - . . . . H'
that as he asserts ne Tame asnuiguw
dcnbtinir 1rhtee he should or should not
viffe-fiir Wtih4LXr1uJojdJJpTTBc Irtit
the Inference to be drawn from his ex
pressions, and that he even personally
visited and examined him for the purpose
of judging for himself, although Mr.
Crawford did not hold thai office which
rntitled him to the presidency from the
iqfe precedent. These are inquiries we
And we feel compelled to "doubl the mb-
tivea of those principally instrumental in
the election of Mr. Adams, and (judging
from the oast) to say that we can place no
confidence in an administration composed
of a President elected through the instru
mentality of a Secretary of state on the
ground of tafe precedent. If J. Adama
(President now in office) was elected, ac
cording to this rule, as fcupposed wise,
politic, and useful, then Mr. Clay'a re
commendation of himself aa our next
President, (after Mr. Adams' term of of
fice haa expired) is irresistible. God for
bid Iwe acknowledge no such doctrine 4
ww-are reluctant to believe that men, one
otwbom.AUeajthas been able ind active
inthetervice,of theTJoite StitMrtabe
corrupt in poritfcarprinctpteT-Te-w
most say, to us the language 01 a cele
brated Roman, that John J . 0. Adam and
Hy. Clay should not only be pure but free
(rem suspicion." Of the first we re
compelled to doubt, and it ia their buai
nesa and their, IntereM to make on thia
subject. .asiManVe of their innocence.
doublroraJUf thejtj, ;tnejBumerous
charges made against tnem, leaving us
nothing further ouTge; But these afe
not the only reasona inducing us'to ep':
the re-election ot M, a. ii we
examine his conduct since he hat been
elected President we must object t5 him,
because we believe that through vain
mot,iye IMnrtrwiqg hwtro on l offc d-
I " - ' J " n w-
i oi iirro nonion 01 In United
mmm .... . I . .
State In the West India trade, when tbo
J . "'7 r,,v' vuum o
L b,m bec"J,. ln khd,nr Winiatr fa
? til m !L r""WIWML
We object to him because in bi '
.LI. ... L ? 1 I .
lh iwlioin... tn.itinliAi.. Vf iL.L
, T '"rn,ncn', "Kn fet
. , or """tea eitncr as retpects
f!' 5,on .or K"mwt by lnr adrainls-
. "on WDC0 ,ne Pwo of our coottim
- We obJect lo h,ft becauie the United
S", B,,.hn compelled to pay mora
,h,n 850,000 to defray tbe expenaea of
L ! t a V a
Wryy,,J!23Jr.!illJb PJel has prored
cause though economy hsbcen'Trtert
word io hit taesiagei, yet if we take into
consideration the tiaionary end uaelets
projecti, started by him at great expenia
to the union we are obliged to say bit
word and hit practice are at direct vari-
ancc. What good have tbe numerout
missions heinas aenl ibroad effected lop
the U. S. As a aingle example of a wait
of the public fundi -we would refer you to
the missions to Great Prjtajrh There ht
been within his tertn more tSin 'S'6fiCOC"
expended cfl two mission and . perhaps
more yet to be paid for new embaaar
dumg-'-niateriw at tbelpverrent ben
efitted by only our convention in favour of
Individuals. ' And this is economy 1 . But -we
will no longer trespass on your pa
tience in urging objection, the list of
which Is not yet complete. With, that
kind of relief we find where we hasten
from the examination of a common por-
of We where everf jWt rt'in'bofi
relief, and all that is necraaary to ahev
the matter hand of the artist, is exhibited
let us turn our attention lo the conduct
and character of Andrew Jackson. Herd
we will find but litile to blame and much
to praise, we admit he haa not the acbolaa-
tic information of his opponent, nor hat
he been as learnedly drilled in diplomatic
forms and ceremonies.
It has been well observed by tr writer,
that man of aense who kpowa what ho
ft about, who says the thing that is,. bd
wiUtell at once what he can do, and what
he cannot, would eucceed better than any
diplomatist with all-the simulation of
dissimulation nf-jCbeaterfieldi or. the tact
of Matarin." , -
Surh a man would Andrew Jackson be
in officer He posseaies that itrong prpc
tical knowledge and common senae which
is necetsarv for chcriihin? and nroieetlnv
the interests of the nation, whotJnfor p '.
l.i : -I .. . '.. 1 4.
nence, and wnoten j?ut I ariq; privilege
are guarded by Jhtir coromoft ens..Hii
is not a mind teeming with visionary pro
jects- He never resided in lorrign Court
minglinir with the nobles of the land, Im
bibing aristocratick prejudices and insen
sibly assuming manners not fitted for tho
atmosphere of a republick - and MvhJcb
t hob' k h" ' oattnslblf" plain yeTouti
their influence induce him to notify ihoao
who were his equals, if not his superiors 1-;
in office, that hia family must be first io
consideration, and therefore the first to bo .
visited. No t Hii manners are as plain ai l
hia character ia independent, and hia ;
principle! aa republican al hia conduct "'
has been disinterested. '
We do not pretend that Andrew Jack : 'l
on is perfect, for he ia man. But wo ,
will say, in detpite of all the barefaced and ; j
malicioua calamnies of his opponeota. that . $ ;
there baa been evidence in hia life, hi
actlohsrand expressed opinion a, that pet-.-'
Mverwce ;in"the "punutt of honest- ptjiw
P84?oce and t baft alcnt, which would "
iosoreinhis elccliofTTIrrsbleind bonesfr -
magistrate. His conduct. In every in H
stance, haa convinced us that he accepted ,1
bffice, not for individual aggrandixement,
but for the benefit of his country. This
ia evident from the fact, that whenevtr ""!
bis time and' talent were no longer im- :
perlously called for" 1ylhe want and j
danger. of -.tipf op1BMreat8iitd -fclst-i
station, preferring .the snauea of private n f
Ule, to IPe prroei pomp ana cqHUmentiH
of office. , . "-m
Hit enemies charge him with violence
At icmner. Those who .have; been in
constant babits'of Intimacy wittv bira for!
yttr) ,ct y that tftjs ts tn ttrefifeg
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