KETlIc ELECTlWs. i
The LouisvU Pubtic Advertiser, ny
Mr. Wicklia'a majority in the district,
is about 640 o 6i0 votes. " - 7
Th. maidrlw rf Mr. Chilton over Mr.
slandered, knd Kbosed for this Independent "
course t but, like him, be will ultimately receive
Si&iA JW OcrAn official exam
ination into the affairs or the Post Office
ha, beCA made by order of the Priment
which It Daears, that in 1817, the
FRENCH CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES.
Th7firtrnt Chamber (f Deputies in
r....,-. U ihun characterised by the Par-
the lasting gratitude of bis country, long after
the lamentations' and bitter reviling of the dis-
SEPTEMBER ,1 , 1 829.
missed office-holders shall have been forgotten.
Wan cortespondent of the Currier det
v.,. rNy.t' Let to a trace for you,
total receipts of the Post Office ount-
MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.
Cruuher, willfe'c'ul our most aD8uin?
In proportion to the number of persons then in
ed to 5,392,374 pounds 'erlinS' V"'!
..'VncUnA naid 1.910,123, Scotland
The following gentlemen wil compose the omce jr jeHerson made more refnoVala in the
ayhe writer etch of the Charn-
.rftifth-Jaar 1800 or 3WO votes. ;
representation from North Carolina In the next j tw0 roonths of hia Presidency, than Gen
Congress of the United States. In the first I j4CEt0n has for the five months since his eleva-
31 ,40ChUreUtyLJJOrji 3t omittWK
at. Ummii has. we believe, been
vvi v r ' i
ieTeTecled by 1 xtf)tt?M!i
iia a Mvwwaakrv w -
alt- fractional perish J he total pay uwm.
coTuinn, we give tte"pfesentTana 1a the second J iliDlEcl
... ..v-M df Sor 40Q Dcrson. showing
in ihe same year amounted to 'jy j
Mr. Lyon reeiectec wimoui oiia.
column, the late representation . j; v . I I Tbe following letter from Mr. JcfTersbn was
rt:.i P.ini ' : O'JMewiert. ' I drawn forth bv a remonstrance from certain mer-
ottheir countenance the utmost ennui and
Imitude, arriving as late erpoisibte at
tion. -' " 7'- X ; . ; ' .' ,'. , '
Mr. Daniet bd wai opposed by. 1
friend of the rerit administration, ia no
m ;iTirtaitw'tf4tw' aiaekiaiM.it.y.
Theprincip'al business of the office i
managed bV a Secretary, Sit Francis
' i ivtiK-m tt. Kh.nt. imuefSawW chanu in New England, against the removal of
Etizur Goodrich. Km. an Adams man. from the
2. Willis Alston,
m . o '-.. STV"i. a. " t . mm . ..
;-w.,.,- sett , -.Joon .as.
After a iong
r reeling, wnu, iaiy -
w -,, .fitiied to.learo. that CoU R.
a iMiftt0.t, John U. Brvan. I " . I'H""'"'-" r-""-J -
to Y5V56 " Ajfj)v:
ascends the tribune even lii Erst
re scarcely iisicucu tu auu it us as vi
indifferent politic, inattention is soon
superseded by a buzzing noise one half
bf the Deputies talking together in their
seats, the other half walking up and down
the Hall, and seeming to measure its
length and breadth by way of occupation
In Tain does the President or the Ser-
geant-it arms endeavor to produce order
and silence they toon get tired, and the
session proceeds ss it be (ran. But if
distinguished speaker presents himself
man of marked character and opinions
and whose talents enable him to exercise
influence over a portoiri of the Chamber.
Benjamin Constant, for instance, or the
colder Dufiin, or tienne, the members re
turn to their pieces, a momentary silence
ensues, and one would be almost tempted
to think that, the House wished to be en
lightened, and would listen with attention
not at all. This distinguished speaker
7 Wiif not have talked fi?mmutesf before
- his voice is oerpoweud by ehemen.t io-L
terrupiion j the right side, which speak
little this f r. hut hollow a ereat deal,
lanes uucito at a light pnfaie uttcrcu
proceeotut the noise Increases-famor
, interruptions, invectives, proceed trom
II quarters ; the different sides of the
Houses interchange above, menaces and
calumnies, and very soon the hall is one
scene of terrible confusion. This lasts
sometimes for a longer, sometimes for a
shorter period yet at last it finishes, as
every thing must, and then the President
addresses the turbulent lndviduals in
very sententious discourse,, by which
thejrappei iite eenv jncd,-end -yet
re ready to begin again the next mo
ment. Disorder thus succeeds ennui
nd mout succeeds disorder ; the mem
ber !;trns,rly gape and halloo, till at last
comet the. question, which is taken by
' rising. Such stormy discussions would
lead cad to suppose that at last the pro
positions of ministers would be amended
aor changed not so ; an immoveable ma-
and the project is adopted. This is the
daily history. Such, in brief, is the pic
ture of our Chamber of Deputies. Much
noise and little work, is its motto; and
the ridiculous point of view b whkb it
ppeara before the nation, produces the
xnost lameotable effect, both upon the
. public and upon foreigners. One of the
latter present, at one of "these eiltings
some days ago, said" Why this is a
market place, not a tieliberative assem
bly." As to the public, the danger is,
that, wearied with these useless contests,
deceived perpetually in its hopes, it imy
at last be brought to doubt about the effi
cacy of the Constitutional system ; and
that would be for France, the greatest of
all calamities for the consequence of
such a doubt, would be either despotism
thcNl-iOISf-fourlbtUf: fifth, -iiif
sixth 54 1 1 6 The remainder of the Clerks
received from 90 to 200 pounds; their
salaries being increased from year to year
The Secretary, Sir F. F reeling, has the
privilege of franking, tits average atten
dance at ottice is 7 hours per day. i ne
Assistant Secretary, who lives in the of
fice, fives his whole time to, the olhco
-ajn.w m-JT.-m f'iJufliV3BffeSiH'.P' WW.YV-T.'t in;
r V V a a
:Mr7TahWweJii1tpri uadeo nas Deen
Mr Kncaid is believed to be elected in
th rfMrict lately represented, by the
Hon.i'. P Mobre,- by a majority of 5 to
700 votes over Mr; Booker.
Ar have no satisractoi;y returns from
'GVTWSift 'haw received tne tcmoa7 -
hstraiw V wt ircre f 4eeUo a'Klrea to eron t la -
u districts formerly rt presented by
The Clerks attend from 10 to I o'clock, Gn, Metcalfe and K A. B&ckner. It is
or at that rate of time. Sir Francis ha?
the power to give the Clerks time for n
creationf and tbey agree to discharge
among themselves the duties of their ab
sent, whatever the case nay be, he is ob
liged to furnish his subsiiiue at a regular
and fixed allowance.
Attached to the Post ' Office estaiJ'uh
ment is Solicitor, who attends daily to
give his advice. He receives a salary of
500 per annum, but wmi the addition of
fees, &c the emoluments of the Solicitor
amounts to IS2S pjtr annum
probable, however, that the coalition can i
did ate have succeeded in those districts.
' Jude Clarke has been re-elected io
Fayette district, and Mr. Letcher had no
If the information we have received be
correct, there will be no change in the
character of the delegation from this
State. Thev will stand at they did at the
late session IP for Jackson, including
the two Senators, and 4 for the coalition."
At the late commencement of the Uni-
if 0ar.t)u the deirree of A. B.
was conterrea upon i ttfiwi?r'j
two are citizens of thii llftte, yit. rAoma !
FTJicQUt of 1 redell county i-An&JZdviari
The firsthonor, which is the Valedicto
ry Oration, was conferred upon Nathaniel
Maeun Crawford, (son of the late Secretary
of the Treasury,) of Oglethorpe county,
Ga. and (be second, or the Salutatory, was
divided between Thoma.t F. Scott, of Ire
dell county, in this State, and Win J.
Kanton, of Madison county, Ga.
.fMfniOne of the members offhe
JJcicrr tk Commission in the Mores writes
from Egina, under date of 36th April,
that he bas been to visit Athens, where
he wss admitted, by the Turkish authori
ties, without any difficulty, and suffered
to ko wheicver he pleased M Athens is
a! ill the mst beautiful, the most rich, and
nwV strik ing of ruins. I inform you with
joy .hat the ancient monuments have
suffered very little. They appear erect
end isolated amongst the rubbish oi the
At hoi is uid to bare upwards of sixty
miles gravelled walks on his Perthshire
estates, and more than half that number
of roilei of carrbgr roadi ; many of w hlch
re formed out of the solid rock, and lead
through the most picturesque scenery,
to the tops of various of the lower range
-n, cth Onmpuniyr. Bat thrte yield fd
that which the Eat I of File h.i been for.
-som years-foTthiiig- ut Ibe Cp'of ne 0f
the highest Bens lo Scbtlanrf. fMacHni.
in Brae Mar, which ia upwards of. four
thousand feet above tbe level of the sea,)
bf which materials are carried for the
erection of family tomb upon the high
est pinnacles of the mountain! Tbe
length of the ascent Is nearly seven miles
from the foot. G latgov Chronicle.
4' ' -
aWoy....The Cincinnati Daily Adver
tiser expresses the opinion, from the va
rious accounts hich he been published
of the favorable sime of the cropa, (hat
there will be, at the lowest estimate, one
yoiUion more barrels of flour made in the
United, Slates, tbe present year, than were
vcr made fa aoj year before. Str
was lately .apprehended at Sheffield, un
der a warrant charging him with having
stolen a pair of stockings, a flannel petti
coat, a dimity petticoat, a satin slip, and
a bonnet ! It appeared that the young
gentleman bad, in Let, stolen . a young
lady, and had been married to her at
Gretna Green, that her mother, not Te-
lisbin the conneUonJiad gone before a
stealing the'cioth'es'ln which the fair Tui
gitive was attired at the time of her flight.!
What become of the case is not mention
ed in any of the Sheffield papers.
According to an official ststement lately
drawn up by :he Russiun Minuter of Fi
nance on the progress of Russian mines,
ahead? 20t000 pieces 3 roubles hsve been
struck off out of the newly discovered
mine of fllatina, a metal which in Russia
appears to have received the appellation
of white gold. The circulation of this
coin his not, of course, become very gen
eral yet, but it is expected soon to be so,
as the discovery of veins of the metal in
crease! every year. In 1J27 the quanti
ty of lOOOlb. was extracted, and in the
following year the produce has amounted
.Last year's cultivation of silk in
Bavaria produced 366 pounds weight oT
cocoons, and thirty pounds of spun silk.
Fot the support of the worms 82,844 old
mulberry trees are at hand, and 1(500,000
young plants in a thriving stale.'
JWrc Crime. An English paper give,
an account of four individuals, who were
lately arraigned at' Chelmsford, on a
charge of having escaped from the Poor
House at Great Waltham, and wrTWy and
motttioutiy tufifiorted themittvet by their
own Ukor ! But it being decided by the
court, that" there was no law to picvent
man'e forking, the prisoners were dis
charged. " Curiout trrartyOae Philip Bqaquet,
who lately died at Amsterdam, has be
queathed a legacy to a certain Benevolent
Society, on condition that two fruit trees
shall be, planted over hit- grafe-, ind that"
a a ..
me rruit snail De publicly sold at auction
wrevy -yew for order w;:prdve3bVf UVti:
ceptacles of the" dead "may be rendered
useful and beneciai to the living.
. Our New Orleans correannnifont
the Journal of Commerce) under date of
in, wrucs, "ii is currently re
ported that there are letters in town from
Mexico which slate that the Mexican
government is about to order the expuls
ion ol all Frenchmen from its territories."
It is stated that the ladies of New Haven
purpose forming themselves into an ami
eating too many slicea -of -cucumber-in-the-morning-Society.
back-blting-neighbours-Society, it also
Diabolical act.Thi garden and fruit-
tf arefnf Mfbbri tangdonr of -Dunkirk,
was entered one night last week, ty some
imp in human shape, who girdled forty
pium trees, aluost alLho oadand which
he had for eight or nine years taken much
;aihT toncolTeef: "The" deYtruction was
made with a diawing knife, and some of
the smaller: trees' 'were"entiferyuf'"o1f'
A man by the name of Jrigel (what a mis
nomer) was taken up, examined, and was
about to he committed for trial, when he
escaped from tbe constable, and has not
since been retaken. 1 he only provoca
lion Mr. Lanedin has given for this out
age, was, that he had sued this man to
recover sn honest debt. Frtdenia Center.
10. John Uiles. John Long.- i collector oi pew-navcn, uiieiy tcc ujnm,
I. Henry W. Conner. Henry W. Conner. I death of David Austin. Tke right of our fellow
12 Samuel P. Carson. Samuel P. Carson. I citizens to represent to the public functionaries
it Will tarn. Lewis Williams.- 1 their ooiniun. on nroceedines interesting to
Me?.rs. Giles, Deberry, Potter, Bhepard, and them, u unquestionably a constitutional right
. ' . . M often useful, sometimes necessary, and will aU
fpeignx, are new mcinocr., pnvo I wltg be resnectfully acknowledgeu Dv me.
Lonsr. Culnener. Turner, Sawyer, and Bryan tl of the various Esecutive duties, no one excites
Messrs. Cuipeper, Turner, and Bryan, were not more anxious concern wan ioai 01 pung me
f c. ...... iniereaisot uiir icw v....B.. ... ...v
canaiaa-mcr.. -h,ne,t men witl, undnrsta.Kling aufucient for
beaten by thetr opponents. I their station. No duty at the same time, is more
Of the new representation. Messrs. Debery I diffi .ult to fulfil. The knowledge of character
and Williams, were advocates of the late Adams possessed by angle individual is of necesnty
....!, ..n.i.i l'm ei To seek out the best throuph the
and CUy Administration the other gentlemen ...-,,. t nth
are firm friends to the present patriotic and t5on whirh from t,e Dest of men. acting d'uin.
Republican Executive .and ba measures. I tereted and with the purest motives, is some-
iw times incoircci. in me case oi amuei nisnop.
TENNESSEE- I however, the subject of yoor remonstrance, time
L.i A. Iniormat.on was sought, ana s.ic
ue.ioiiuwiiiK . f nKi.m.d . p,,,, .1 tave no room fop doubi'nF
. - " " '
representation in the next (21st) Congress, from niu fitness. From private source, it was, learnt
the above State Messrs. Standeferand John- that his Wcntanding was suiid, bis WteprUy
. .u. !. I pure, in lliruict uni wucu. nnu iiic unices
....... i.t. nl .. . ,
1st aiatnct - - -uim T. i -vid-nce, 0, the estimation in which he is held
A eirl. sixteen years of age, applied re
cently at (he Hotel Dieu, in Paris, for
advice respecting a tumor in the neck
On examination it appeared clearly to
have been cau-'d by wealing tight ttayi
f corsets.) We iQmmcnd this fact to Me
notice of our lady readers
Lamer f Feet A pert young lawyer
guineas tor speasiti in a certain case
w And 1," aaid the other, " received
2d do iryoruea. by the state in general and the city and townw
5th - - - - Robert Deaha. M of the Citv of New-'H.ven, an oflice held
tob . Johnfle-.t. the will of the Ugislatnre ; Chief Judge of
7th - - - - - . James K folk, the Court of Common Plea for New-Haven
8th ave Jc countyt , 0f high criminal and civil juria.
th ! David Crockett, .tom, wbereirr moat cauatJ are decided with.
out the right of appeal or review; and the
Before the election of Gen. Jackson, the ruf- sole Judge of a Court of 1'robates, wherein lie
fle-shirt Adam, aristocracy, stigmatised the Re- - ' "
publican party, who supported the General, as lheir mjnj j faCt Iim under his jurisdic-
being made up of tbe offscourings of the coun- tion and cart, all the proper.y real and personal
trythe mere ragamuffins: claiming, that the of persons dyinf. The two List offices in the
. , a .k- m..,.Kii;,r t.Unt. armual eift of the kgisiature, were given to luin
Adam party comprised the respectability , talents
and wealth of the Union : And they arrogated u pfc tjUl ,ve man whom the Les'a
to themselves the prerogative of determining turr 0f Connecticut i so : recently comtnated
upon what was e;r in ntyle, and rt,ptctjul in trustn of such d. hcu.ty anu m.gn.r.iue, .
' . . ,. ,r -.-,-. ,vK-.rK h fit to be the Collector ol the District of New.
language, in the political di.qu.MtiOns which the i( KknowBdged in tbe same
p,.l..nt;l nuei'ioi called forth. As a matter
of course, they decided in favor of themselves
that all they wrote. an', said was marvellously
decent andrw; but that the .vulgar Jaoksonian,
printed and spoke nothing but falsehood and
scurrility. ,Kw had not tbepeople of the Uni-
-a,VtVa hcen supU slifT-necked democrats, as
to I funk anajntlgtor thtmtervei, the world might
to this day bare believed, as the editors of the
double that sum for holding my tongue in j alional Intelligtncer (who were wont, in for.
mer timea, to write as though their pen had
been dippcJln rose-water, but hose' "gray
goose quill" would aeem now to be surcharged
with pepper and mustard) very .recently assor
ted, tbat the Jackson party was a w vile end vnl
far herd, that delight in the kenntl" It will re-
the same cause."
A new kingdom it svoki!tf of in'Eurdpe,
of which Genoa is to te the capitalthe
Sovereign to be an A!-,ian Prince, the
Archduke Francis. Pi inca Caricnan is
said to be moat legUiroMely entitled to it
1 he present Iving is to fxlicate, so lar as toutiafy the refletting portion of community,
regards the old kingdom. tjltt those who use it have any legitimate right
, ' to set thecnaelves up as patterns of decency in
Kneading Bread by Machinery. Two ' style, kc. But the truth is, the factious oppo-
machines have Deen constructed in rarls nents of Gen. Jackson's administration, have
for this object the Petresseur Mechani become desperate from tbe hopelesness oftheir
que and the Petrin Mechanique. TbelCaVMc Th wise measures and aalutary rrformf
latter completes tbe making of bread jrf lbe minii(rttlon( ,re giving prper;.y ,0
writing, to l.ave obtain d an mis cotitutjnee;
" by a long course of usefulness It w object
ed indeed in t!ic remonstrance that he is 77
ydiirs of ape ; bu', ht a much .nore advanced
ae, our Fiai.kliii was the WJiament yf human
nature. He may not be able to perform in per
son all the detaiU of his office i but if he Rues
us the he'ictit of hiaunileriKrnit:, hi' interit) ,
lita waictiriiliicrs, and taXts Kit that all die flo-v
tails are well perfurmcd by Iiimnelf or h'ra neccs
ary assistants, all puutic purposes will be an.
sercd. The remonstrance indeed does mc
allege that the ofl'tee hat hem ilhr conducted,
but only apprehenili tliut it viJ be . Silioulu
i'J h9p"enn event, be nur-d I will do iri.lt
what shall be ju-t and tr-'ccswarv for the publn'
'-ice. In the mean time he should be tried
v '! -ut being prejudged.
I : f n mmal ai it is rilled, of Mr. Goodrich.-"
il'tllier subject of coipiiuit.
without submitting it to a human hand :
aod its operation is spoken of in high
terms, as combining in the best possible
manner, neatness and rapidity of execution.
tbe country, and contentment to the peopU-:
and as thia faUifics all the sombre trediction of
the coalition, tbey, in a paroxam of disappoint
ment, are peering out the vial of their v ratli,
without measure, on the heads of the venerable
' . . I . , . L i 1.1' I ' . L
j . . . . . nainui no nrcntici over me ucuujiic un caa-
Anecdote. A meeting in one of the J '
Western towns in Massachusetts, for xhtT ? T " ''7' bor:n ' "
purpose of forming a Temperance socie ,hm ,n lhe u,u',ry Vorkof br,n,nf brk xhe
ty, a gentleman who shall ba nameless, , ministration of the government to its farmer
occupied the floor for a time, advocating , ,l.Pblican ain.phc.. v
k. r j , . ""a e
Loud and liijrubtku complaints are still
made in the coalition papers, on the removal nl
sund-y Adams office -holders. -No matter if the
tbe house, and exclaimed u Mr. Mod era
tor ! Squire has 'spresscd my mind
exactly!" This short speech overset the
gravity of the assembly, and the -argument
of 'Squire , both together and
a society was formed without farther dif
ficulty, en. Ibe principle of ettirabfib
Journal of Humanity.
the suppression of gross drunkenness;
but at tbe aame time disapproving of the
principle of entire abstinence, and plea
ding the necessilv of temperate use.
When he took his seat, a man more than j'ctd office-be a peculator of the peopla
half intoxicated, ragged, filthy, with a money, a defrauds of the government, a public
long beardrvttf ted try in a distant paH of jkfwltr, or a nUaru.ua aandcrctf-lht-rxcau
denl and his cabinet officera, snd sn informer to
the opposition, hit dismUal frcm tbe sen ice
of those whose most imaortant interests he be.
trays, Is followed by comptatnti, long siidt.uid.
of Being persecuted andtproscribed. But tia
is all Berfectlyjn eonsopAncfi i.th the, character
and principles of the Adams aristocracy t they
wish to. make, cc (as their eandat, Jja
land, doea knrt nV taUty' T.TiTXiYTWt
among thenwelvea. The Jar.ksnnians, beinfr
blunt rrpuhlicsrrs, -e, in the estimation of these
starched up gentlcmon, entirely too csawM to
become tbe recipients either of offices or hon
ors. But Gen. Jackson, in supplanting tbe younger
Adams, finds it necessary to do precisely as Mr.
Jeftrum did, when be succeeded tbe elder
Adams j and the General could wish for no bet
ter precede at. Ceo. Jackson like Mr. Jeffer
son, found the country filled with the abuses of
office, which had grown up underbis predeces
or, if not connived at by hire i Ceo. Jackson,
like Mr. Jefferson, was elected by the people to
rtfrm these abuses i and, like Mr. J. finds it
necessary to remove many unfaithful p'ubhc ser-
tvantsr Like Mr. Jeflcnva, he as, m frttrnt,
-TVW fmrfn.-i.The following is sn
extract from the instructions of th Post
Master General to the several Post Mas
ters t '
It frequently happerj that newspa
pers are sent by mail, addressed to per
sons who do not take (hem out of the of
fice. In every instance of this kind tbe
Postmaster should give immediate notice
of it to tbe editor of the paper ; adding
the reason, if known, why they ere not
taken ; that is whether the person is dead,
has removed to some other place, or
American Silk is aaid, by an European
Manufacturer of the article, to be aupe
tkf te foreign silk. .
lo-rs riiollipr suliiect of coTtimaint. IVr'a.-
qulre other evidence than such scurrility as thi. , ti.,,,? bv rrvsell iti Svor of pa'tUt-aTMe'CHem ex--
hn,i .,ig tr ,arw.my and affection in social i-tercii.;-.
and lb- respen for the renal rich: of
the n. . .i v. vn certain occa-inna, bct;i
quoted a 1 V'Wustnied ito assurances tbat
the teiHi:- ' f'tnees was to be umlitut'be!.
Iluf could cuvior apply such a construction t''
is tint inder t in the rfmonotranee that we find
it: but it leads to the e vplanutions wliich that
r!! ff When it h eonidered that during tl.e
Utc . i ninistriiii'i ihoae who were not of a pi.
ti '. sect of polices were excludcil from a t
offi.-t ; and when hv a steady jinrstiit e.f thi
neure, nearly the wlinle oflicrs of (lie United
States were monopolized by that rct : when the.
public aintiment at length declared i'0'-lf and
bu at open the door i of honor and coi.fi lertce
tn thnsa whose opinions tliey more (proved ;
Ttni tt tt he inapned that thi fumnfttlg nj fitA
wii tUtl t bettntinuedin the hardi f the nut'
i.v ' Does it violate 'heir tq-m' rihtt to asiei-
some r glits in the majoiity a's i ? I it p f.USi
intufrrance to chum a prtiportionate fhare in the
direction of the pnbbc ailairs Can tl.ty not
harr,iute in society, upIcm tlicy huve exery
thing in their own hand. If the will of the na
tion, manifested bv their variant elections, calls
for an administration tr government arcurdirif
with the opinions of thrw. elected ; II, fr tht
fulfilment of that will, displacement, a-e ne-re.
sary, with whmn can they vi justly bein aa wi.i.
xrr'". a;ponied in the In a? momeuls of an aJ
..': li.i'ation, not tor its own aid, but to begin
rk'err at the same time with their succour-,
by whom iliey had never been approved, and
who could n arcely ttpect from them a cordial
Mr. Goodrich was one of the,. Ws It pr-.
irr for him t'pla bin aelf in ofTice, wiUttw.t
k bow ing w lkUkk s these laeaav affwn h '
be, coiild bare cnnbdciwe in hia agency ' Cau
the preference of anothrr. aj-tlitiutxe
jfr, AiiatinVG einthdly railed a remo! of Vr
I. Ukjdrioh J If-avdu'e-tkrtkipatioa of oiT.ce is .. .
wta'trr of riht, how are varaueirs to be obijiiw
d.'- Thoe by dt-sth ar? few, by refill"!"!
none'.9 Can any' other mode then but removal
be proposed t This it a painful office : hut it i
made Ry duty, and I meet it at such. I proceed
in the operatiua with deliberation and inquiry,
that it may injure the bet men leait i and effect
the purposes of justice and public utility with
the let priva'e distres: that it may be thrown
ss much aa possible on delinquency, on npprr
aion, on intolerance, on anti-re oluiivnary d
here nee to our enemies.
The remonstrance laments that a cUnge ia
tbe administration must produce a change ia the
subordinate officers! H in other words, that i'
should be deemed neeeasary for ail ome'ers to
think with their principal. Hut on whom does
this imputation bear t n those who have ei
eluded from office every shade of opinion which
was ant theirs t Or on those who have been "
eaeludtd' 1 !srtw sincerelr that ; rti:V -.