Aunt Rhoda wrnl avimrtimr lo i .
but each if lh younjf iwn had intcrdcted all
mention of ll 4lM?r wiw. IHo "
mind not lo lot lb fir in rpoii recur i lie
Itua, or allowing lair friend to Li an fof Ibi,
an4 Iberefor propo.nl iu m I. Will,
had they analysed thtr besrt they wmM
hart found that, after lh lrt ebullition, an arrn.ua
nimMlj existed between lhm, aul lhal Cilaa prild
wit tli oatf (Wing thai kepi them a port."
- Nwhal k ha I no fcarof finding rival in
Chaa, Ta4.r llavilaml soon came to aa axplnit
vnJcrrfaoJifif with Anni, and it raa settled llial
ah waa to bocmM his wife when bis lima with
Mr. Knot had expired, ami whoa Im ahoutd b able
to to into bttsines for himself.
Mora than two year rolled rapiJ'X r,7" Tr
term of Cbasa'e eppwmtfcWiip haJ elapsed, and
after a visit of week to'Wa native plei he had
aaksn n ehop in Charlostow, and art up, on hi.
wo account, aa a earpntr. Bern an excellent
voriuoan.uf cheerful ahapiMilion, awl nopular man
ner, be waa um n favorite with hw customer,
aifl much liken throughout lb vilUif- Tudor 's
term waa also out, bul owing to lb ronton iif the
time, hia Cither waa yet enable or iwiwiliw. to
set him up and therefore, at the roost desire of
Mr. Knot, be agreed to remain in hi etora a year
longer, in the capacity of clerk.
The ckid ehic.lt had so Ions; lowered in I He po
litical horaon of America were now appmarh
ing b,snith, and already were heard Ike coining
thunder of thai tremendous atorm
Wklch anewiit systems mtn rain hurl'd,
And shook th a of to AtlaaUe wmU."
Th Rubicon waa croaand. Blood had alrendy
flowed at Lexington and at Concord, ami tin hardy
champion of their country's right had proceed!
to the dofonc of Bunker Hill certainly M with
hearts resolved," and with hanJe aa well prrpared
aj eireuroelajcea would allow.
On thl night before that singular battle, whose
foriaequenoe converted defeat into triumph, and
victory Into ruin, when the Americana, lighted
only by the Ur, were eilrntly and secreetly en
caged in Ihruwing np their entrenchment, Chase
Loring (whom it r uimecessery to aay wa there)
heard the clear and distinct voee of Mr. Knot,
remarking to enme one who waa digging near bim,
w Well done, Tulor, I am glad lo aee that on
tliia orcaaion yuu can tine the sjmde aa readily as
" I who il were morning," aaid Tudor," thai
wa might enjoy the surprise id the llritiah at aee'
ing how'we have Jirtified onr hill."
80 do I," replied Mr. Km, u I know that we
ahall be Iran lo nurenlree, and In each other. All
that we have to apprehend in the event of to-morrow,
ia the poiriible failure of our ammunition,
abnuld I lie coiiteal be a kwig one."
. I conbae," re4ied Tudor, M that my ow aup
ply of ball ia rather lew than I could wiah."
Chaae Ioring pauaed a moment in hia work.
Ilia pnrketa were filled with bulleta, caat by him
aelf at hia ahop Are in the ancrecy of midnizhL
He look out handful, and paaaing cautinualy be
hind him, he clipped them into one of the pockcU
With the firet beama of morning the British
prepared for the attack, amated and inrcowtl aa
they were when the light of day revealed to them
the redoubt erected in the darkneaa of a aingle
night by their cool tod indefatigable opponenla.
Covered by the fire from their ahipe that were an
cbored in Chartea River, the Britiah regular croee
ad rapidly in their boata (be narrow water that di
etdod them from the hill where their antagoninta
were evpecting them. While the anldiere of En
gland were marching proudly to the battle ground,
In bright array'
- With glittering nne, and bannera gay,
And Dlu met that on lh breeaea piny,
4heir enact wa eteadfaatly awaited by a band of
cititena ana nutaanamea in ineir orninary auirr,
with no muaic to t xhilirate them, and no etandarda
round which to rally. Many of theee hardy yeo.
men had no other weapona than the fowling piece
"' trith which lhejr had aougfit game 00' the hilla,the
axei that they had need in cutting' their fire wood.
enu me vimii wiik.ii ,ihtw i;,n,iiiiuvu w d,hin tin?
mound they had thrown up during the night.
- They had no leaden with artatocraiK! name, no
tcton of hereditary notiTity. Bit they had the
-brave end heneet Putnam the aagacioui. and liitre.
pkl Preacott, and the enthusiaatic Warren. And
they had miniatera of the gospel wno came fear
leaaly to the field of the expected fiieht, to offer on
that apot their prayer to Omnipotence in behalf of
4he aarenaera or I heir country a righta, the aaaer
' ten of her claim to freedom.
The battle raged every Inch. , of , ground, waa.
.flatperately contest od, and when their entrencn
ment of earth were atormed, the American made
v another breastwork by leering up the fence, piling
the raila on each other, end filling the tntenricea
with graaa, the field having been newly mown.
- The village of Charleatown, whoee inhabitant had
all left it an early hour, waa enveloped in flames,
uecaaaioned, it i aaid, by a fire-ball from the enemy
kindling one of the roofs. '
"Chase Loring, your ahop is burning," exclaim-
fid hia old master. T ' -
No matter," replied Chase, -1 hare no time
4o think about trifles now," and having a mukct,
he proceeded to load and fire aa before. Often in
he battle he pawed Tudor lUviland, whose gallant
hearinff excited. Chaee's admiration fW whm
aanra irnm iminr a muwuM naa brought eowne
fan a - a . a a . a
Britwh grenadier, Chase rawed hia hand to clap
his old companion on the thoukler, but he recollect
ed himself and desisted (or Tudor' dress and
dome nor were now more than ever thow of a
gentle marv and hae was habited in hia usual
He, soon after, aaw a Britiah fusileer in the very
'act of-taking aim at Tudor. Chase inatantlV
rqshod. forward, and with hirown musket bent up
, nat cf the soWr4TrooB; fce neit Instant he lev
elled with the grouod...;.". ,
Chase you have saved my aaid Tudor.
I would have done th aamfl fct JkKl. other
Amcwcan," replied Chase, walking away with ap
parent Mrafesaneaa, but endeavoring to conceal the
emouon that he (bit on hearing the voice of Tudor
addressing him once mora, j
. NotwithatAndiag disparity of force, the Ameri
eana defended their bill with the most obstinate in.
trepidity, The eoamv fell in beans herora them.
and had U not been tor the entire failure of their
ammunition, victory must have declared in fiivour
of the patriot nwics in the art of war. Even
when reluctantly eompeUcd to gue way, they turn.
. ed again and again upon their assailants, striking
. .fiiera wjta the hut ends of thpjr muskets, and arajl
ingtinmi'lvea of every meant tf uttnk anl li
friM S llml ri'iiiainrd.
It mitt at h cIn '4 ihn liilll.- tlut ihl fU ml
Warren recentd hi d"ih e'iol, end b Ml in
tli litid't of a grKip of Mitrt pid yimng rewii, who
lik biin'lt war uiiilling I inuif lhi M l, lh"iiKh
le remain Juugr waa now unatailing. AcchIciiI
had placed Lbaa lM"g aiil Titbit JIoiIuikI op-
pornia earn other, a IM7 tcHli ci'l, aiih uuep
regret, on lh lat mortal atnigl4 of Hi dynii
hero. II ceased to kreaih. Tim young mrn
lucked up. .Their eyaa uml, nir.d in lear.
Tliey joined llmir IihimN acruM the body of I lit lilt'
en patriot, wlnW i1k Ut Isillctaiif iheenmiiy wer
wiiiifliing round loeir iirni.
" t Tu Luring, mm! Tudor, " tin no lime In
imliilti in private quarrels, titn 111 qiurifU uf uiorw
nnxrl4'ir than isirs, lm h rigiitalal in uuMp
urrlH'iHHow, ami a m uMuiiH-d b tloi hsine the
thaine of IsHiig I Ik first lo a kMowMg crrvr.
l-l us, hewrlurtk, lrrii all rMSoliMsal M Im
eoemir of our country."
an all mv ol, e UinxxJ ( hae, warmly
sltakiiig the haml uf Tudor, "from tin imoowoI w
are frien.U agin ; and trw-fuN, I y ever."
In roiii ltMus, wa must U flv state, ihiil InHti
the ilay Hunker Hill, Chase luring ga hiin-rll'
up Milin ly to the reus of bis r.aiitlry, and till Ihi
had wen l-r through ner atruggfci, he h it it im-
1kil4e lo lura his atluMiusi lo any irfhrr ojert.
le entered lh srrvsre a a volunteer, and hi bar
dy, liiuutU, and snlorpr spirit ws som re
warded as lib the command t a ewmpany. I u.lor,
lis ling secured Amms Chads irk l marking her,
4kiwH lb smhs of Mr. Kh, and ainJi'-U lor
a Commission in the runlinr iil army, in which
lie soon n the MtrK4c ami arcomphshod bsik
soller of Comlull tletaled tu the rank of uwht
Chase Iring ami Tulor lUrilanJ somcttmos
ksrt sight of each other during the hng and wide
spread contest j but their frtrnllop was in rr
again interrupted. Wiithwar was ever ami tliey
could calmly sit dou with lliir comjialriol lo
" enj'ty llie peace tlmr vabsir wini," eai-h resumed
hi (rntrt occupation. With the new impulse
that wa git to the whole pnoole they both pro
sired, even beyond their eijicctatKsis..... Hut
Chise, si ho now commenced busiiH-ss in I lie city.
made his (offline the soonest ; and Tudor first be
re toe the tenant, and afterward the ixirvhasi-r of
a hnndsom house, in the centre of a line blork
built and owned by hi friend Irm;, who hml
long since married a very pretty and intt-lhgenl Jirl
Aunt Khoda, (whose triangular huhitaliisi is iill
staailing) felt very happy when the time arrived in
which lea might be drank withiHit tmIi and
during the remainder of her life she partook of it
with much pleasure on alternate Sumluy evening,
at lite respective houses of her two hoys, as she al
ways continued to call them.
Fmm Ike Rtlcigh Slur.
W again advert to this subject, iinportuiit from
it own intrinsiic merit, and from the bearing which
it is to have on the Presidential election. There
is no time to lose. The election throughout the
8laln will lake place in less than a iimmiIIi, ami
whatever iadone must bo done speedily. We again
urge the importance of contesting every inch of
ground, of bringing out candidates in every county
where there ia a hope of success. Nothing is er
er gained, in a political contest, by timid and weak
csinscls. Moo struggling in (ho cause of the Con
stitution in the cause of popular rights against
caucus dictation, should never depond, tnm-h less
despair, la a good cause, hardly any thing ia im
possible, where men exert Iheuiselven, and lay the
and; reformat mnbrrorel he people.- Our pro.
poets never have been as bright to overthrow Van
Uurenism and redeem I lie state Irom the imbocile
and corrupt party, which has had the ascendency.
Van Biircn and hia satellites must be made to stand
on their own merits, .-They cannot .much longer
ride Gen. Jackson, whom they first vilified and
abused, and now Ciwn upoft and flatter in the most
servile and disgusting manner.
The independent people of this State never will
tolerate '"or adopt the Albany system, by "which,
through caucuses and the mnuagement of a few lea
dcra, every oflker is appointed, svnxy-jncawe is
coi it ruled, if it ia unveiled to them in all its naked
iniquity and galling despotism. They never will
agree to proscribe and treat aa aliens a large por
tiou of their fellow citizen almost a majority
for no wnnt of attachment and devotion to republi
can principlea and institutions, but merely on ac
count of a. ditSirence of opinion a to inen.
Wiadom ia not uufrequently taught us by our
adversaries. The letter of Mr. Henry, which we
published last week, ahows,us how active are lo he
the exertion of our adversaries, how untiring their.
effort. The country will be flooded by the gros
sest misrepresentation. - Every humbug which Ti
is supposed can have any influence will be report
ed to. Votes will be boldly claimed, ami the most
codfident assertions resorted lo, to carry into the
Van Buren rank the timid and the wavering.
Forewarned, let ns be forearmed. Lei the com
mittee of vigilance and correspondence, let every
citizen who believe the most vital interests of the
country are at stake, exert, himself to spread in
formation before the people. . Give them the mean
of hearinr both tides; and wo cannot doubt as to
the-resulti The long devotion of Wrfrre-snd-TyH
ler lo th cause of republican principle, their sup
port of those principles which the Southern eople
believe so important to the preservation of our
free institutions, their spotless purity ami integrity
a staresnxm end as irtenrwill contrast most fayora;
bfy with tho lalituIiiwriah priiiciptw, Vin the anti
southern doctrines and votes of the caucus csn
didutes, and their double faced, time-serving noli
tics. W hite and TV? not only agree "w hh uji Jn
principle thoy areJJemincd with u in interest.
They will oppose an insnrmountablo barrier to the
mad schemes of the incendiary abolitionists.
There is no (bar thair views on that abeorbing, all.
important question will be modified or changed to
suit any viewa of expediency, We can have no
confidence, at least no w4l grounded confidence,
that a politician so time-serving, selfish and ready
to bend iocrrcurnstancea as Van Beren wbuki
life has shewn him to be will aacrifice bimsplfor
hia political proanect to protect the South. He
haa always acrifiscd every man and party with
which he has been connected, whore hia interest
Let it be forther rocollocted thtt White and Ty.
ler are the people's candidate, brought forward to
jejeat the cJbj1cf thp ptoce-holdcra anjj pljjcc
wrier, to pitui upwi the people a Piciiil i lU
I '. 1.. 1 li. . ' -l'i ... 1 . 1 4. .!.
Vlllir HJll1. ttV llVV IPTII IWIIHIWIPI
Milniautul Urnn-r, pUolen and mec hamca l the
country, 111 opjition to the nominee of individ
ual, iins ot whoni were already fording frMn
lh (Niblic Ire4ury ami other are looking wishful
ly In lh rkh put of I'gviit. One let the poopW
im lion the principWof iie Baltimore Convent n,
and Iho free choice of a President ia g5. The
lotrceuariet elio iwarm in avery country! the nwn
who wish to live on Ihe people, will dispone of lhal
high ami exalted oiricC to the nsa verml ami cor
rupl ml rigours. ( us therefor excel ourselves
to resist the establishment of this dangerous prece
dt-iil, and rebuk those who have had Oie bohhieas
lo attempt Una high-handod usurpotion of poular
rights. Let lh people lake Ihe management ol
(hair affjira in tltir own hand, and ylace in (lie
presidential chair a firm, boisist, practical stales
man, who wdj rrPrm sbuaes, rutfeoah MMmlitures
and ailininHer llie Ooveriintenl, Mt Ur the borufit
uf pidac sUves, eb-clMsweriiig' advreiturers, and
fawnMig yrophams, but fur the good-qf (hJ people
smJ the whole people.
The advocates of the little magician will doubt
less strive to stitch him on to the skirls if the I 'resi
dent. Thsy will talk a great deal alssit our en
rshle President. They shnukl be driven from
their ground ; one whu h is f.iUai iu itsi'l f, inasmuch
ss (teueral Jackson is not a candidate, iml his term
of w-rvice will expire in March ; and discreditable
loan individual who is a candidale fox the Presi
dency, sinre it argues that rvrn tii-s irlifins are
risiscKsis of his utter want of claim or cuuliliciiltiNi
for the station lo which he asfiires. jlring ll'cnt
to Van llurcn ami his pruriples ami Ins ipiutitica
Ihkis, and they arcstrtiek dumb ihev lire ruuler
rd powerless. The niter leslifolin of llnc txll
ami manly qnshties which are PhiimI hi ihe Presi
dent's character, will make (he people despise the
politM'sl (irimslkin, " mirrntg over fieltt scheme
and iimxi-hii'' over sinister designs," iia aiiahln of
isie lofiy or geis-rous aetiisi, ami rclvin' uhi hi
running and his dexterity hIi(iCuI huekstcrmg and
niami uvring lor w(ti.
Frnm ihr Rain if h Star.
T1IE KIJ.ITK.N OF GOVERNOR.
The friessh) jnftge While shsilJ in l neglect
the electioe of (;nVr"i"r The sjhjiIh pari) are
mnking (hniperiite cflorts, bv the iihhI i liniiM'le
misrepr.pt,iaiiiNis, to operate agamst IJen. Duil
Kv - They kmw that that election w ill be rcf.irtl
d a dTiio is' tlie vote of the State 011 the Pre.
identt, epilation. All therefore who am desirous
' an s di feal. sliould exert itienneivTH. lu inoAe j
the people acipiainliMl wn me ciuims 11 uic ue,
publican and Kwle's ramhdole, ami to refine tfie
rnliimnie-, with which the Stale will he literally
iniimlnleil bv the spoils pnrtv. What f relen.i.Mis
(Jov. Sp.iighl enn have to the fint iiagulrucy ofs
great Si.ite, lit an important crun, save Ini Isiing
an iiiirelenting. hitler partian : 'hnt r nlence he
has given of superior and splendid nMitics, or.
srsind pnrliral sene, ns a latesnian, no nmn can
tell. Of the devotion which his friemls rl.uin thai
he entertains for resiblienii irinciles, his vole for
Mr. Crawford auuM the declared will uf his eon.
stitucnts, fuminhes the best commentary. His op.
position to the land bill is proof how Kir we nuv
exect him to promote the interest of North Caro
lina, when hi pari v goes against them. His cllorts
to break down ami destroy the Supreme ('.lurt, ami
sulistilute lh old confereme svstein, is another
evidence of his incapacity. His depriving the
people, for a larjre portion of one ot the most im
portant session of Congnws, by refusinj; to issue a
w rit of election, of their representation, is another
proof of hi disregard of popular right, anj of his
devotion to party.
II must indoud Us a "horn democrat;" for he
does not seem in practice to piv any very great
iesioct o. repuldiran priwiples or s'iilae-rjrht
(ive u a plain practical republican, micti a IHul
lev, in preference to any such " born democrats.''
Hisexcellencv, too seems, so much puflod up by his
dignity and official importance, that ho cannot po
among lue pejle to let- them kuow hw jOJHiuoiw. j
W hen (itn. Pudley, some tunc since, aUJre'il his
fi)llow-ciliaoa,es has liecn the gissi oll rejmlilienn
mode in North Carulnm, the nerves of sonic of the
fastidious Regency, prints were horribly shocked.
It was lerriWy-smdigriifTcd. " I'ndienificd, imleeiff'
for a candidate r the highest oflice lo uemiaint
the people with htrpoltHcal principles. " We- tike
no such exhibilKms of dignity. INo man 13 too
di.nified to mingle with the independent freemen
of the ciHintrv. lo hear their sentiments, and Ireely
to acquaint them with hi. Becaue n man aspires
to a higlj oflVe, Or,fils it, he is not tK g.Ksl to as
sociate with th people ; and w hen ho oecornes so
much inflated with the pride of office as lo feci him
self above it, he may pass for a modern, patent
right "democrat," but he has no claim whatever
to the t it lo of a plain, old fashioned republican.
From. the LvMtauAiU.
"""PRESIDENT JACKSON CONDEMNED liY
We desire to call especiol allcntion to the reso
lutions of the legislature of Pennsv Ivania, touch
ing the recent course of the Executive. . We ven
tured a prediction the other day, that the admin
istration of President Jackson would amm be odi
ous in the ryes of tho People. These resolutions
are n sign of the fidlilmeut of this prophecy. It
will be rcinembercdjhjil Pennsylvania was the first
Stute which gave General Jackson, any decided
imralrrirrhis PretrirlontiatTandidnriy. .Il wa hi?
nomination by Pcnnsylvani which drove Mr. Cal
htsin Irom the held, and gave the General a deci
ded advantage over all hi competitors. The same
advantage ia now potMesoed by General Harrison.
In the Senate of Pennsylvania, on the day pre.
vious ib its adjisjrmnent, Mr. Pkneosb called up
hia resolution in regard to the Surplus Revenue.
He was followed by Mr. Burden, who adverted in
snveie lan2mr to the letter of Mr". Van Buren to
his friend in Ohio, endea vering lo excite their ani
mosity towards the people of Pennsylvania, and to
induce a legislation on the subject of the Bank,
with-the -view of humiliating; the Legislature of
Ihe Key-stone Mate.
Retolveil, iy the Senate and Hovitr of Rcrc
tentatipet of the Commontrealth of Penntylmnia
in. General Attemblg met, That any attemp by the
federal government or those who administer il, to
encroncs upon, ortratre, Interfere with, or control,
the States in the exercise of their rtterved right t,
or to extend the power of the federal government
beyowHhe limit expressly prescribed by the con
skiiution of (ha United (States, is an usurpation and
an infraction of those principle! which constitute
the basin of pur Union, and thusl be dangerous and
jktal n jts cqnscrjgonpes, ' r
Afrt.la! lo-Ay 2, I .
Thai llus general assembly ticw with prof smd
regret lh inrit smisiisc f.i rsirer Ac
of thi Utnrrul t;,mrnmtnt,n!l lo wrbl those
whM'h are cunferod, t ''( in infutiu-t prrr Ike
Slant, to hhrtrt with Ikt ihmtttt sJicjt
Xlatt (Jonrmr,ti,a overawe ami cmilr.d litem in
the free txcrcise it their resi rved right, ami so to
CmmoIkUio llie Btaieby ilcgrees into one aovercign.
ly, Ihe oUiou icmk-ncy and inevitable result of
wbkh w.hjKI he to Iran-form the presenl re publi.
can system ofthe I'nileil tftalcs into AS l
oa at srr mxro noisiai mv.
AgntJ lo Ayti W, .V.ic 12.
Ttiat this general assanibly consider the project
lately male in the Congress of the Pnited State to
invest the surplus revenue of the notion in stock
issued by llie Slate, aa a measure fraught with
danger, calculated lo give the federal government
a pwer, which, if wieklcd by corru4 bawls,
would be inimical to the liberties of the country in
n rn.iiynl deifree and Ulster all circiimstanres in-
iiiriisis. It would fisrter ami encioirage a system of
gambling and -culalii in slocks, giving to Ihe
agents of llie government lbcopor1iiuily of employ
ing lh siflic nvsiey In promMr wieur tnltrcHt,
lo rrirard cistks" faeoriln, ami acquire an iuler.
est aimsig the community, Wading lo servile de.
vol ion to those clothed with lh s.wcr of the gen
A urtt,l hAyrt SO, .Y. I -If
to this is added an increase of the siandinjj
srmv or nnvv. Is-vchhI the necessities of the Cisin
trv : ami if we further have ennrnwai exendiliire
of the (sihlic lnasiire in ihe rofmlnW lion of fortifi
cations necessnrv in a cismtry where the govern
nienl mnt keep the jieople in snhjeelion, Isil here
only to lie tolerated at pomls essential lo (Wfi-nce
frmn foreif.n fiss, and if in this course of policy.
worms i.f officers, civil and military, are requireil
who rsn inculcate political lenrts, temling to rnn-1
solidsli.si ami monarchy, both by indnlgencies nnd
severities, ami can act as .pies over the fiee ryrT.
cise of human righls ; if all these measures are nl
once fsirsiied by the getieral government, v , m,ni
nir fmrlhr ItmlrartH fo rolMil,iliim unit irnm
Iki profile of upproiirhin ilongir
Aprrtil lo tinanitmnikli.
ries of these "resolutions, with others equallv
decided in thrir ti'mr, were onb'nil to 1st Irani
niillel bv the (lovernor to each of llie Senators and
Representatives of the Slate in f'sigress. This
Tore was rnrried by 2(1 Aves to 11 Nis-s. On the
final tvissnge of the resolutiiMia the vole strssllt to S.silh Carolina; Ins Honor, the Mayor of
II. The snme resolutions were passed in the if sise 'hetily.t. W. Liwreme, l'.s. ; IJen. Sihiiiim i,
by the triumphant vole of nrrv-ix lo n.rvRX. j Masaeliuseiis; Mr. Culhoun, brother ol the II
Who will denv that the ivple of this conn. ( Jm" CallnHiii ; Col. Ieis nml&ijr Noiiou,
trv are Is'ginmng to fei-l s,nihlv thai ihev have ' cxian ( ' iiimii-hh.ih i h, oc, c. The Nu al'ie.
Isen nirr.ivr.n, nri i-urn. m run ni:l, that thev 1 "ideula, at ihe oilier exlreim-s of the tables, were
are beginning to umlerland the Covernmenl of Vlderiiian SliUell und Willis Hall, F.mj.
1'resnlent J. irks. .11 ami il dan:erons tendencies. j Among others preM-ut on tins interi"ling irea
The snnie fii-lu.g cannot hut become genera I. r- i 'Mf l si-veral ol the Fditors ol lh- prin
n one enn coolly eontmre the nromises of (lene. ' cipal Nis'rs ol this city, who have been unswerving
nl Jackson the candidate, with the practices of 1,1 "dvocucy of the cause of Texas. 'J be
(Jenernl Jackson the President, and not be disri,.i. 1 g'ut and all -Nwirful altraclioii, Is-sides the nu
rd with the mean hvpocriv ami the Isise fil-ho,sl ",dittle obji.i t ofthe celebralion, was the pnuenee
or which he has been guilty Is foic the People. j' ,,lul ,rul ehspienl mid talented statesman and
.. jorater, Mr. Preston, who, ulter the cloth was re-
'rem ,) R,rh.nJ H7g i ,n,,V0,l '" "' a ",,,,r "d Mrllll-
?...a- ,k r ' B.uph! y '"-So id Mr. i "T ,m"' ,hP ' re",,,,,,l K'n. wa. call-
Randolph of Mr. Crawford's friend, and so with I 'V ' T"'!" V "' " I"''"
i ' 1 , m .. . , thl and inaiilv defis:e o I exas on the llisir ol Iho
much greater reason ma v the friendsof State Rig its w ,.; , ,,, . , , ,
1 e ' 1 ... . . I . iv, iNenate. II would Is! u ler v imiMiSHib e lo
exclaim in refereiv-e to the universal disposition to1 ,,,.,.... .,,,,,, ,, . 10
L,Lin,l,.ra.n:. .. ..rr.J 1 . . ' l",r,M lho ,n "'' kdighi and protound sileme
... ,.,,v 1 imiai vjiiuuuum UK 1UIH: s,Hl (--
Unction. The- mul.,rri.s,. omees. the lucrative
salaries, the high sound,,,, titles in the patronage
of the Federal Covemmen,, or rather li e Kxec ,-
live Chief, make, him a king in effect, nnd the an -!
lations and the avnrici.HH hi? d. J In ,7
The Fisleral Coverntnen. has hougbHin. d its
n,,m,.lnii,,n .., ill -...i.i.. :
onrchase p"d,e he,, talents of all the
Ik a. its' more recent demonM rations.
A corressmdetice ha.lsen published in the New
,i4pc'M,. beiweou Samuel I, touvemeur
I- .. III,. ... ...
r.sn., ine sursele(l l ostmasternt lie citvol New
1 ork, and die t lorks in his otln-e, trom which we
copy these pregnant paragraphs ;
"Ofthe simple fact, gentlemen, of my removol
from otlice, uncoiiiit-crcd with a few circumstances
to which I shall not at present advert, I do not
know ilml I ought lo compiatn. Never having
sought in the first instance for the place, 1 have had a
tolerably fnir participation in the 8sjils ; ami as the
tenure of my office has never been distinguished
by a mean suhss'rvieney Jo any individuals, it was
as little to be expected that I could continue in its
, as ii waa 4U,ur .tfi
cisild have held it so long. The I
wondered how I
loud ami urgent culls, too, w hich surround the pub-
he crib, srl,app,stlv demand an o, cai-io.ial sacri-
nee, in appease ' "ry exp.ctants ol a share, j
ami myself, accept our united ackmiwledgnicnts.
r fij.v s,xjitj ni mvianiiiv
rear not, gentlemen, lor us; with the smiles oP
. . . .. . . . .
I rovidenee, which we shall invoke, and my own
i.uiii'Hij, m: win inive rare 01 ourselves. How
ever vcre at the moment, the unexpected stroke
which severs oflic.iul ties, and for the instant with
draws the resources on which they have taught us
perhaps too strongly to depend, I can assure you,
gentlemen, it is succeeded bv a sweet repose anil a
-, . ...ill ...I... c ,
Uioyant reliance on one's own resources, which, if
it last only lor a time, may well excite the envy of
the whole host of dependents on the precarious
"Offering to everyJriend, whether among you
or elsewhere, my most grateful recollections to
those who are otherwise, a fearless defiance and
to you, personally, gentlemen, and all in whose be
half you-address meyMearneiit. .ffejprccatiua aaJJ.
your good feelings ami gooJ wishes,
1 am your friend and servant, ,'
"SAM'L. 1- GOCVERNEl'R.
" To J. Benedict, t'. Goodwin, and others."
In noticing the ejection from office of the Post
Master at New York, the Fredericksburg Arena
says: Mr. Gouvorneiir has long lieen nhnoxi nis
Id the powers that bc.buf the President was afraid
to displace him, iu consequence of hia possessing,
as executor of Mr. Monroe, certain letter connect:
ed with the Seminole affair, which it waa not de
sirable for General Jackson should see tho light.
He waa also fully apprised of a dirty mission upon
which the late Mr. Rhea, of Tennessee, waa de
spatched to New York when Monroe was on hia
death bed in hope that something might he con
ceded bv the venorahlc Patriot in his last moments.
The ossosion of these letters and a know ledge of
.1 a t i . mar .
incse-incis nave aione aepr air. Uouvcrncur tt his
office for sonio ycqrs. )'e presume he wil) now
The following e .tract from ihe New Orlcan
!ull;tiii, contain llie laical ii.ltllijjeme we havo
received from Ttxa t ' .
, Vnai Ikt AVsi OIal HutUlin of July fl.
llie schr. Col. Ksnnin arrived this day from
Vclasco, which (dace she left on the VUlh of June,
By a isjasenger we are informed lhal the Mexi
can troo were advancing towards tiuadakiupe,
wbers the rexian troojn were posted, Uil who a
wa presumed would march towards Trie iTiorodo,
there lo wait the advancing Mexican. Col. M.
B. Lamar, kite Secretary at War, had been raised
to Ihe chief command ofthe army, and Mr. Homer,
ville apfsanted in hi place a Secretary.
The people were returning from their farm and
cotton plantations in great numbers, flocking to
their country's standard with lh zeal of patriots
determined upon the expulsion ul the invader, or
in the conflict.
We are further informed thai the schr. Fanny
Butler, Ctimanehe, ami Watchman had been taken
at Cosinn, by about twenty Tcxian cavalry, ami
ilelaiwd in consequence of lieing ladened Willi pro
vissinns for the Mexican army.
Snnta Anna is still at Columbia, on the Hrn.os,
in close confinement, ami under a slnsig guunl.
'llie schr. I'nioo, on Ismrd of which wu Col.
Austin, arrived at Vclasco on the "ih.
from ihr As 'mk t'.trning Star.
THE TEXIA.N fEI.EIlRATIO.V.
A splemlid iIiuimt was given yesterday, at the
American Hotel, by the frieiiils of Texas in tlnt
city, to those iliHtnigiusbcd strangers iu town frnm
Texas, am) from dilfen iil part of iIk- I inii-.l
Stales, who have advocated the cause of lliut
'I ),,. mmmr ( ,,, ! was sueh that it was im
mhmiI,Ic to issue as many lu kets as cisihl have Is eu
1 desirable. There wen- altogether alssit (s i.
' Hlm present, among whom u represi niative fr.ni
,IM( ev,-rj Sim,. , (w l'HI) particularly fr.Mii
i,c Sisilh and W est, a section which has constant.
v ilk.mlested such disinterested und isrsonal de.
lotion to I exas.
Samuel Swurlwisit, ITsq., prcsidi'd.
The following were the t'lH'sIs : On the rn-hl
I iiiij n -in, 111 kii 1 1 .1 11 1 1 1 1 1 ii 01 .iulli aro-
luia ; (ien. Kiplcv.of lsnsiana, fonwrU of ihe
army ; the lli. Messrs.' Peyton und Forrester, of
Tennessee. On his left, the, II. mi. Win. ('. I'r...
..f.i.- i .1... . ii 1. . .1 ..
u ifK .,,.t. It,,. T. ............. " f il .1
'd' V" f. ,hw f "",,"M w"
' " " f "c l"" '""
"T ""'T , "'"i' ,' , U" '"ard ,,,,n ;
,M "M,'v"l"n ho was
fiTe I " "' ' V"' CWi,t'""
' rf Tl r,n,"", ,aMW
.....-.. o. ii-ppinuueiiorioi i ncx-ajroiiua orator pro
State..-lr,' "m,'nan toy " "iv,'r
7? ST"? "' l? 'f "mI
tirecian oratory, nor by our own Patrck Heuiv,
unless as fias lacn said, the mml of thm Vir..i,.',n
starcniian of the revolution Im? been hcqucajUicil
to InV relativT- bv nn,i ii.l...,i ,,. i ...i i .
I J " " OOIIOI Ulll-
awoke Ihe slumbering (ires of his ancestor. So.-I.
was the absorbing anxiety created bv Jo; informa
lion whit i, rapidly: spread thai )L Ptcmut was mI
drcssing the company , thai thenr as n general ru.-li
of the lawrders of the house and jrsoiis from llie
street into the apartments, among whorn were
crowd of Indies who were olitcly accommodated
by the gentlemen of llie company wuh seals and
refreshments. A deep stillness 'reigned throm-h-
out this compactly crowded audience durinir the
...l. i .: i . , o
ver loaned and il.!.M.H ln.,,; .. i'.:..i. ..i..
u Mine inai inev were isleni
lev Weil? I SlIMIItli, In or lourr.
((;rcd and dazzled ,kc the course of a meleor
through the heavens before those who had the in-
comparable lMppincss to be present on this occa
Almcst every other sentence of his beautiful, va-
ried and in.n. ssi..l i n. -. j
hemcntly cheeied and applauded.
In fact the scene was indescribable, and the urea-
lest acting. of Kean, or Cooke, pr Tuhua, never
could have pnsluccd a more intense impression
than did this spontaneous, yet herculeun display of
oratory in the (srson of Mr. Preston. The attempt
lo give an idea of this speech on paper is impossi
hie. It will he in the last remembrances f 11
who heard" if, aiiJ'we regret most sincerely that
wowcrc nutihci e4u4ak-miimles of M rrPrr!r
ton concluded arter about an hour, which did not
seem over 15 minutes, by giving the following
8cntiment,which was received with six chart and
the appro-priate air of Hail Columbia" from tho
progress of our language and our liberty.
Speeches were .also miccesanely delivered hy
Gen. Ripley, Gov. Hamilton, the Hon. Mr. Pey.
ton, the Hon. Mr. Forrester, Col. lwis, c. A."c.
All breothed the most devoted ardor and war
mest sympathy for the struggle in which the Tex
ians were engaged, and tho determination (6 push
forward in her defence by every mean that could
be employed to secure her liberties. Her cause
was deemed that of our revolution, and therefore
doubly dear to Americans as it was a struggle al
so in wmcn me oest ol our own blood and kindred
" bone of our bone and flesh of our flesh" w ere
We were gratified lo hear, on the part of the
distinguished Southern and Western orators pre
sent, particularly from Col. Preston, Gov. Hamil
ton and Mr. Peyton, tho most devout aspirations for
the preservation of our happv union. Gov. Hamil
ton, ss well as Col. Preston", Mr. Peyton and Col
Lewis, also paid 4 very high compliment lo tho gt-