i'oliUial l.iit lr thr I'd j It. j
rot rut vtrinr.r.s nuwut.
, GI'.X. UMir.lO.YS prUTI'M,
' MtMM. Ewt: I send trtfw e -Ai- c-t,S C.r ml w. oVA-iued ly a nte'of
J aihtJfEaJCsuyMjlVitli win 7iTU.oiiglhSuyi'eri Ihe welrlOl
Or.l ISA ind now re-rublihd in rt R-rnmmtd Ym . Ufore quoted1, and avnin, aide-bv
quircr. Tlo addi-cr con?-nes within tint-shelf, Vo Boren and While fj'rn. Harrison ititl
aome of the objections lo Gun. Hr-w-n, snd presents j, (4, voting for Ihe Cumberland Rood,
pirnllcl b-twMti liin snd M'. Vn Borcn, which enit Mbi the t!h of April, complains the Republicin,
r interesting lo a!l cWiV polilicisits at tbe present -be voted agtinal ft bill lor remitun the olsilruc
juncture. j lions in tbe Savannah River,--theiote wa 30 ye
I b-w. inro ymircmrsc is dir nd lib. ml ocw, tU aod 3 noes, Macon, Tazewell and Van Burrn.
jmi will give the extiscl pise in yir c-4mna; There he differed from Jud(e White but in g""d
lunte ojM-cwlly, as the other Press is tin town bas-Sure Rights Company; Judge While noted fur
closed its tiAnmm againM polrtu-tl disnusinm giting 1 lb" nprnpriti-n with Gen. I tarri w it.
its readers nothing that mutate agtinst its owe pru-! UH lb 'tii April, oitiime the Republican
un viewi-prwcnting tiiem wit only cm parte ie.i Mr. Vse Buren filed ajriiwt a bili, authorizing a (
rmKiylnuitilalixl statement of a!) fscts which, il r? lb-rH'""n f to the Louisville and Toil
presented, would exhibit Mr. Van Buren's adiniowira-1" Canal company.",
t.oa 'at tb afkira of ibe e.uoa m a favorable point of " Tbie WU aeverthelet, pasted the Sennte, a;M
i- . tii.,'. !20, BayalS. anKo ibe nay a, all ihe Soutbrn
The remaining eindi'laie ia flcn. .WmJIry..
Ilarriaon a gwitleman who firt attracted atteo
tioo by bia denunciation of the Manonie order, and
waa then aeizd uxi bv the univerail Whig partr,
aa their candidate for the Presidency, tccaune of
ibe belief that hia miliar reputation would wio
reputaiiool . la it great and commanding ! No:
f. e a . . a: j ... . ft
H waa ,orrru u. .,-,
awnrd. WboeveYceni6r4 Ana. JkTj w Geo. llarrW. FederU aotinna about
to. examine the Hl .pri-r- Ua power beyid d.wbl. People of
llarriacm, liowevr. VVa- aaer, Ib.Ua h a I edr- Ca'pepe?, will yZ fcava bin, fe Prawdenl I
Improve.n,,.t a.MJ I...k laaav-taal M nm:
,kt povtV of Longreu tU mm a & W
r,, &e. tortbt jirooto; . t't J
tliea or Irrwr. la l.W U ! fc, ai
m.,r an exirnr, ,ro . ou ' Tf?
delivered 1M8, to Ibe U.ba t aiea; ,
i.C ul.ii.t. Iuulf J ltkArnl I jrn Mtta t iKata lint '
. .,v - .
a meniwers i
Now, air. lb wily diflnrenee betweea the ge.
Hainan from Ohio and rnyaeif t thw aod it m vi
Inl .'Tnal grnileoiaa asid mj lf didWjbaiaent.
ouraeaia jn umigrew 1 aa a weH-p.ie um in
Trrrrilorf North-west of th"
w,mmw I ttt LA f ii-i-r
gima ; he was a .pi, loe, frank .upporler of;
. t . t' 1 . . - I - .. J If L I. . I . A . I
me Deoiiion is w uu iiiK,t.w:iiiu uiuwri
lion J and I waa a iltahius, frank and open aa oppu
nent of the Black cotkftdq and'SeditHioLaw sdmio
;1rftiiiti.We we never can .agree about awssurcs or about men.
rV "f 7 7 . -C""'"r
1 (HI Wn W' W Oll-lallfl tV riTlJV.CHW C W -
ly native of the sne bisia, who are aniiponV to
.wr -- - " r
each other. in poltiic. II, I aeknowlrdge, jmt
i now, the tenitk, and I the nadir but" unless ihera
is aotiM'thiiig false in Ibe philosophy of tne ac hVs.lt,
' in the cMirr of lime even thoae will cbairve I tett
pliice. ( And lb projJifcj mm anon ttrtjitdjn
. ihe election of Gen. Jf kxi,"auJ tlie dowilislv. oi'
J. Q. Adaina and hi pf.) '.-
' un tne 4tn oi jnty, 15.m, i.en. tisrnwio oehv
ered a aimrch at Jlicvi.t, in Oliio, uriioKly fcder
---at in it chAracter, one extract only, front which,
. wijl our limits-permil'. f y, .
,. M l have . thus, trliow-citizmia, endeavored, to ex
" , p!.iirt to you the principbr npon which the tJovern
tmint of oiir Union is liirmed. 1 recommend ui you
..Luwevejlba J!riicluuitioaof the Pm nWit W(h-
. .IJ, p., issufi on Ihe lllth of IWrmber last, and
Ihe epeches of Mr. Webster, delivered in the Sea
i of the (J. if-, at their last aeeeioa of Oatgma,
in answer to Ibe argument of M r. Calhoun, a caa.
t taining the most eloqient and ettijfactory expsn-
tion of those prtiii'tplr that have
matirai. I think
ice ia Vu? ciuiA
publuihed. By iasuing thil Tcncl
t;-ffiwrTfctowaaoe; naa- mwwi aaervrce to Utr euo.
' .try orKreatrr.manuiiwiie maa lite splendid viclorv
at New Orleana.. .
It i well known that the principle of Ihe Pro
dial an autliorieed expoiioa wa (lurtislted, aiming
--fwWrisnflTtrrer twit kl cTAitainini tlw
eloicntsnd m'isfictory expoMtiunof ttiosa priori.
.' ploa which have been recently puhlwlied" Will
tlie people have lien. Harrison tor Frestdeot I
2d. A to m opinion a lo the JrwerjifCi'
rT grcM 6er' lnreriHTTiiipovemeut
la 1625 Mr. Vrv Buren Uid tbe following be
fore the 8eni of tbe IJ, 8.
- uIU$olne t, Thai Cun'tfres doe m4 pnssM the
power to make road aud canal within the repoc
live State. " , .
. V bit wa Oen. Hjrrisou a opinvoo I I Hth 4
Mlth, 11?, a series of geonral reaulutiosM were
argued in the II. nf I). (Iu the 1st resolution,
" That Congrs lua piwer iHKier the Corwtitu
linnj to apprupnute money Cut toe cuoaintctiojn of
pnst rnadii, military and ot ier xoida.an4 T aaia,
- and TJi ibeimprivenieiitof water couisrs." ( Aye
OJ, noe 73 Ilirriton ain'ig the fWmer.)
2J IUt.Jutioa That Cunrea ha power an
dr lh Constitution to f instruct poal ruads and
military road, provided that private property hr
lint taken for public ue witli.Mit just coinpeiiaa'i-ia.'
CS ye. ft noe Hnrrito suiorig !i yea.)
3J Rctoluiinn? Thit Congres Its a power ua
---f -der ibe eoritiiutivn, ie e-msinict mad and raruS
; ' rteccswry for torn iiotcst between Btstea. pcm jUrd
"-that priW pronWy be oiiTtjieo f pjVlie pur
pose, without jiitcMipens!i:)a.'(Aye?l,Bues
83, Ilrrioa aitMirtg lUe .) .- -...., .
4ih RctHtion- I'list (knrea ha poaar iuk
der the coneliluttnn, ta ciKistruct canal itt atliia-
-ry puTposr, provided that na prit proprny ft
ken fofai'2 sircli purw tibi jut jjst c.mrw -
aaiioa ueing ma no ineretor jcs m, nay 0.1.
Ihrrison among the former.)
Thi i not all. W ubi att from the Nathvule
Repiiblican Whig paper, tbe t4H.. v
Ts.il liiin-o v.iIctI aniivst
causing a urVcy la be made of tlie couaii
tweeo Aplsclticol ard Mi4sippi r.vers, w.tb
tiew 10 the furmaUOO Ol ao loUid ovi-t?ii ts
tween the ame.""-"'
among the nv are Macon, K andolph, Bemra,
Ilyne,f Brsnrh, an Buren. J7'S the
aye, !. Harris T
March COth of the same vear, Mr. a ft.
reo, says the Nashville Republican, voted lo Mnke
, out from Ilia Military Appropriation B.H lb fir
section, to wit t "For tha continuation of Ibe
Cunjberlaod road, 1100,000. which hall be je-
, placed out of the fund received," &c .
" Oo that queation (for striking out the aprro-
iIa m. ... la il. M..4i - : .i
-.' l" siiiiiiiwh ikim itjruscr of eu irr or oil of m fr hiding
ye were all the name above menlnWd, mclo. i S'nte- - - -., V- v - (
rling Vn Buren and White, lido by ide, among
be nor Gen. Harrison, .
Mi I'.i! .ifn the
. jii., hi-, (Mr. Vmi
Lih-ii) 'vilcii t klnkn
.! s j;(C-j'rii
u uf t ')0,(!). 0 tl.e diiiu jiir-
"Thermion to sr.l.e out n n! k Mr.
Bim j'Hrl nciurv. wihi iixpn mt niwi hi u
l.on.Taa Burcu and White among the, j?aU0
Mr. Van Buren on tliia occasiiMi made a abort
fpwh, to ike e&et aa atated in tit Natkwal lo
tellicr of that day, lhat lha aid of the Fed.
era! Gernineol could only be aflilrdwliit objM
of unprnvemenl in threawajraj w, making a jaa
orcaiwwdfluiBiiif juriailichSfiby making
rrd or caiiaf. without a-muming jiiriailiction, leaf.
. iM w, aPfn1riUtHl
k J , ,b, .thor,tVmrt auffic:
S fcr did fca carry biaanpport'ofa, higb Tar-
J1 per 8p,K.od nd ha
aaa alM .amy S My, lo a reduction f the duty,
T rf j sf hJ
M rr "
sfcti - fc XrMf(f itjaod under aaduraaa from
... r... ,k. i..i.i, m "
la Jane, 1 431, bedVbverwd a apeecb in Ohio, ia
antra he aeva,
It tnwowwTlCjfmT'r aierfegvTne oiipo-
aenlt of tar Tartfl, that I be etatluihm:iit of rnanu.
, m ..-.k-. .L-- f-
f . UkM lK,. w... Kd of ihe.r
- " - - " J -
owe raising, they recirt oar floor. At present,
w have f markets; one at home, which we
have emrted lir eurtelve ; and Hie other abroad,
which nwatnaraaeea he .' If wa had
market, and if circumstance
s . , a L IILf
: an mxikM Utr uur nrodorla. siul Ihev would now
be mitins mi nor haaJa, aa they were a few year
I believe that not one of the evil which
ere predicted from th Tarifl have happened, and
thai not mm of the advantage which were prom
i'd from it, but have been realized; and nothing
but the folty iif atnndooing it, can bring ua back
to ihe hard lime ibroughawbich we have passed.
Agun ; ao devoted ia be to this policy thai he de
tlare), be will only. modify or repeal the titrifl, .
V Whenever tlie street of Norfolk and Charles
loo htl fc-covered wilb grass,' and our South-'
en fnetj is find ito market for their produce, and
this slate vf llnna can be distinctly traced to the
..yTbte. knjejjr joougb anil wa- mast
People of Culpapar, will ywt hve thii maa for
Prescient? . ,
. Abolition. Mr. vn Buren be been assailed
wiihout merry a aa aViiliomat, although he ha
wdemnly dw Ured, ia re'utoo to the right of aboli-
tbe Dtnct, lhat-
L'J "? ?X? V" '
wvorrtdereJ ojhai.mi, thai
that there are
objoeitnn to the exercise of thi) power, against
ihe wishe of the Ute-boldinz States, a impera
tive ia their nature a ad tiligotionM, in regulating
t( co-tori f poKlu. q.'JL iinig
Agaia, he eWUre if elected President
tftiiitte'nnS unc&jtromtMHg WpoMra of any sb
tempt no tbe part ot laigreaa to aMisa larrry
tlateJuUJfg Stales ; and also wilb Ihe oVtermi.
natein, enqnallg deeidti, to resist the lighteat in.
lerfereoce with luesobjett In "the Slate where it
Arai he dcc!a7re "
" That it is th ttcrtj July of those whom the
prop! of ihe United State entrust with the con.
trut of m action, to ear th constitutional power
ilk which they, era tevosted, si to prevent it".
(tlal ia abow: aboliUua ia the District)
, Tba emphatic ia Mr. Van Bureo, yet i he de
enunced aa aa Abohtioruai bv lb friend of Gen. -
Harrison, who, ha himself refuned. ever .and over
rn, to say what he would do with alavea in the
Ittstrict, who iv yoked with Grange t aa Vice
PreiJent,an "pen abc'itiooiat, and who i villained
by the Ab.4itin party of the North. In hi cele..
brstrJ CUev iot apeeca what doe be say, and let
u com pat Mr. Van Buren with him. Read and
judw fr ymirScIves. : . , . -
X irrissa. tfbouUl I he aalied if there ia no
way by which tbe General Government can aid..
the rue of emanr-ipntiob, I answer, llmt il ha
if its swrptu rrvrnue appropriated to that object.
With ihe aauctioa of the State holding tbe Uv,
there appear ta tne to be ao c?ri fi.fi osuf objrc- '
to i bmg thus applied, apracuif not' only r
tbe coiomaauoo of too that may be otherwise -
j freed, but the purchase of the freedom of other.
t By a aewWiws prow cution of a pUn formed upon
that txrsis, wa might ksik forward to day, not ve
ry distant, wheo Ihe North American aua would'
not iaox oowe on a ave- .
-r,t r ,-f T - f- -'t? t't lf'tr
the j My rptoKM on the subject of the power of dm-
ho-! vres over 92ar omnertv in Ihe Rmlhern RtaiM
j re , .eH Jerw.4 by, mv friends, that I am
' MM t hL an allenm l iesnosa nnos. the tvuh:
, sutprucd that aa aiiemra t inspoM npnn the puh- '
! ftc res'ieetinv ihnta ahiailJ he haurdeiL The suh.
i A of the Stat Govorom-i.t ; and I am ur-
' prwHL mt da I beLet hl contrary opinion, to :
e'etflVertingctiikrtion, i entertained in
aBy j f ,be C. 8. The charge, therefore, to
wl.srb yi have Ma the -tmoV le call my alien-
,10, - r u am in favor of an interference by
;Con;re hi mawt-oitting your alave property," i
aWuuieof foundation j . fsr from it. 1 du not see
Ion what authorn tbe Coneral Government could
Utrrfrrt pithjia change of the eotstitutionetKH. ,
' . . . . ... .. . . . . ..
Here Harmrai openly avow eotliuaiaam fur the
wwrf en.aiwipati,H,. He eav, "it ha long
lx i-:i n o'nj. rt near my hi art. U'J n-ii j
ti!uti..mil olo-cSfin." il woulJ aj-ply '":
which the diit-pcMt
WUt is thw Ontju"'il" 1
would tax in to free ir own prnKTy. Tnai in
taxinif ui fur that objVct but taking the property
n:trT-"Ao3 (bii "iif tl.o mwrTaTar? ocwrrmnTX
in preference to Martin Van Bareii. U ill you,
iwiiuIm uf f'ulnrnpr. do it t
I'mmlM ot t u wiwr trY na(n oi ii--
cy ! wcolbxt, we pray ymi, the R"ign of! error
the civil rduli.ii ofl-!01 Keeoiieci iuo pu-w.,uu
Rijrn of Terror and llie plorioua
of l'tf-Recolltct the bright angnriea tney jrave
, ih olirinii Hem iiuia l ihia Ki'iiub'ic. and r-
mrmW. we enfrml vmi. rauienioer. toBl IU
present atruffule w involve.1 tba great piinfipa of
firiutr uloriou vicloriea, the pre!ralioo ot wnicn
la tumwl to the developemnit ana oapp.hwa
SimuIJ it t tlie mclsncboly diin of tliia great
Republic to have at iia bead 'm II. Ilarrieon, the
former tnumpha of th Owtitutioo will hare beeo
in vain the march of libortf will be arreeted and
the fri.mUof Cotitutiofi:l. fiovrnmenand the
aacred Righti of man will bave to mourn the bea
vy diaperiMtion which will afflict our beloved conn
irv wilh a fortune ao culamitoua aid unhappy. B"t
aliould Martin Van Bureii receive Ibe auflrajea of
hie fllow-ciiina and be elevated ortli " Wgneti
ataUofi in. the" world," it would be bailed with joy
oua'aerlamation aa the deep and abiaina deleroii-
nation of a great and free people to preaerve thoee
great principlea for which their Revolutionary fa
Ihera (ought and Wed, and which have ben watched
over and oreaerved. aa a veetal fliime, by thoae ib
loairioua aagea, Jellerann, Maditon,JacKaon,otc.
Co on. then, neode of Culpeper, an(i do aa you
have in bv-ffoue lime. Kvery brwae from our
eeweetataa-waiU oanoUia of UuwupUaod victory,
ahouta upr ah-Hrt from our brother RejHibhcana
are already beard in the distance, un I men item
ociata of Culpeperl On I join fearleenljr in the
mighty alrugxle winch i at hand I that you way
in the repne which will follow your mighty victo-
ry, enjoy that rich conantatiun which an approving
cooacience alone can aecure. ,
tot T8t WtaTKRt C40LINIX,
UNANIMITyB"oP TUB WHIGS.
Mkmhc EDiToae: I aee the Harmon " nig pa
peraara "overly" anxioaajojerauad !!!r.I"J!.r?i
tTiaTtiieWnTiratloolit HarViaburg it cordially respond
ed to bv lh Wbiea throughout .the Union. One EJi-
WfoTtiiu Ltimsviire Juurnaff far' Cf.megjiCtia
aa to aasert, Hiet the
Millediieville JoUmtl is, to far a we know, Urn only
opposition paper in tne Union that complains of the
nomination, of Gen. Harrison." Now, one or three
thinga i certain; either the Louisville Joornsl's ex-
cbaaga jist U very circinscribe4---oT Hie Editor it very
careless in looking over hi exchange papers or, he
has deliberatelv dertivri bia resdar in resrard to the
eatimcauTort liSere be
ing ny thing like " unanimity " or " hkrmonv " among
tlie Whig editors of the South, thera disafloelion and
open rebellion against the nomination of Harrison
You have, Messrs. Editors, in former Noe. ,of the
iParuliuiao, mentioned aeveral case of Whi editor
having not only dissented from, but absolutely refused
to go for Gen. Harrison : In addition to thesn, I have
seen five or aix other Whig paper lo whom the nomi
nation i gall and worm-wood :
" The Voice of Sumpter," at Livingston, Ala., a red
hot; Whig paper, ia it mad a a March hare at tlie
nomination; and ai be cannot go Harrieon.
The "New Orleans True American, a Jniding
Wbigvpiper of Louisiana, kkks at the nomination:
'Ha1uwuTflruijSyt Br.-' Cliy, inl atifl keep he
Kentucky Senstoi' nime flying at the head pi-his
column , ' '
' The Columbia (Teon.; Observer, Whig, poura forth
hi lamentation after this wise.; ,
' 44 ShaH we rapport the Harriiburg nomination,
r shall we supjKirt. an ixido.peudvnl tickfcUat the
head of which i placed the name of our own pure,
patriotic, hih tooled, -but persecuted Hugh L.
It kite I Let the people answer 1 Let the public
pre apeak let u hear the voice of the hunting;
-and if nrt-rl lie let
Tion, to compare opiniona, weigh well the course
And to th Pulaaki (Tenn.) Courier, Whig, the ru
mor of the nomination was bitter pill. He ray
The only remark necessary for u to make at
lhi moment w, that tre most cordially hope that
no m nomination hat been madet It ha little
favor wilb us, and wa are much disposed lo believe
it will have Kill less with the people of renneatee.
The Raymond (Mississippi) Times, come out'fiat-
kjotad againsV.Ilarriaun, and bluntly telle tlie Whigs,
iu friends, that
- j uia nmuinaHon win not tate in tni quarter.
With Henry Clay a our candidate, we mieht have
had some hopes of Mississippi ; but with Ilarriaon
we can have none. It would therefore be a waat
of word to tay any .thing) , more on tha subject at
1IIWIII. X (
Bennett of the New York Ilorald, I Whig of the
first water, call the aominatioa a atuersU forte; and
say further ! '
" Thera ha been w the Whig "par r fx ten
year pasla railing against all Military thieflains
hvaiie lump, i bey would not they could not
ahould not touch such articlo. No, not they.
Well, what of it! The very first chance Ihev
have, they "not only select a imlinrf ehieflalh,
annuated of all the lot. All those mililarv chief
tain, now before he nation, who poMse talent,
energy, Ireihness, vigor of tidy. am jniaov are
tossed over, and tha verv one who rtuht fimt i
in. Ihe. f rve, and, tor othey -Urd Ijehind, i th
cream of their choice. On I most lame and J in.
potent conclusion of Whig wisdom.
Tlie whole history of thi intrigue, from be
ginning to end, wirti the manner ia which the real
and original friemU of Gen. Scntt arid Sir. Clav
moat cruelly chested, we ihs.ll give at renjjth in a
few day. -,Mf. Clay U finished, but Gen. Scott,
though cheated by the poh'C"arm, the people them
acive a ill yet rte up in their ma jest v, and do bint
tear go out to gros for one year and be ready
lo enter the fWd at the close of the general elec
lion of IS iO, for the Preaidential contest of 1614.
He will be tbe micee. of Mr. Van Buren, and
na mistake. We rejoice, therefore, that tbe result
of ihe Convention is nothing wnrse. We never
expected any thing of auch a body uf blockhead,
nor have we been disappointed,'' ,
The Vicksburg Whig haa hauled aowa ' Das
Hag, lad rsluae lu run up the red flanneL. The editor
very sensibly remark r a . "
"Iti idle to attempt to conceal the fact, tfiat
Gem. Harrison ha no strength in th SouihVandit
would be worse than folly to attempt to rallv th
W hig upon him. i cannot be efoar." "
Tbe ir'.:i A-auan.'iau trf ti.e 'Ir uit., in rnVrenca
to the noiiiiniUn of Harriwio, ay; ,
"Our cuurne, an an indcnfiiiJuiil individual ia
dearly duli ie.l. While we protean lo be a Whig,
according to our understanding of the term, wn
dcuouiiCL', aa we ever have, ull pnny iranni".i,
aiilclrwouTiTTiiliouato iheioppnlrlWany mao. or
meaaure, which a acrwe of duty did not aariction-
" Our ohject at prea. nl w not to enter into argu
ment to show reaaona which have induced our
course, but aimply to remark that we expect to
gland aloof Irom any participation in mo cuiHg
Presidential coutea:, between Harrison ana van
Buren." - .
The Mempliia Enquirer anyi " Ilarriaon ia not
our first choice. Wa,nve abundant evidence to
antisfy ua that be ia not the lirt choice of a tingle
Whig paper in Tonneaaoe, Alabama, or Kentucky
indeed ha ia hardly first choice any where ; and
it appear that he ia no choice at all, with the edi.
tor or the iNorta Ahtbamian. now me ni
calculate upon bringing tuck a eatdidat through,
aurpasHea our comprehension.
The Cleavelaud (Ohn.) Hoiald and Gazette pvtiitfi
ya "We do not believe be llUrriwn can carry -1
Ohio, furktti im tftet ittfenttd ktr now."
The Boston. Iily AJvertiaer, by hi the moat rca-
pecuble Whig journal ia N--W England, expreesea
aiirnriM snH mml" St tkji nnminstijn of Harrison.
but adrla " aa the regular organ of the Whig party, we
shall ot course acquiesce in it" V 1
Lister., then, to the Senior Editor of the Moaile Ad
vertiser and Chronicle, 4 leading Whig of Alabama.
The Editor ia a member of the Legislature, and wrote
home, that at a meeting of the Whig membera of tlia
Legislature, it waa Resolved to calVa Convention of
the Wbig party in that Bute, but alter hearing of the ,
nomination of Harrison, the Resolution waa rescinded,
and ha procecda Uiuai. '. . - . .,
M This waa nothing more than we. had right
to expect from citizen having the Inaat regard
fur AlaUtUia'a interest, piinciplee and. consisten
cy ; nay, having but one drop of &Mithern blood in ,
their veins, one summer' -hue of our aun on their
brow. We pity the unfortunate slave of party,
the blinded victim of peiaonal prejudice, who can
wish to impose a man upon ua, ao palpably obnox.
iou to our every filing. What I ibe advocate of
all the abuses, of all the tarifU I Who, to tin day,
defend that ami-republican and miserably ialla
cicus ryiiem of eectional plunder and pragmatical
legislation,. ..upon . ground of juatice expediancy
and constitutional right! Who declared to the
Agricultural Society of Ohio, that he would not
consent to abnndon the I nriff nohcvV " until wi
W-'" ' .1 . .1. I 1 T 1 .1.
grew in tne streets oi unannsion ana ryinoiK v
WhoIiiabeen the highest toned advocate of Fe
deral Improvement, Federal Banks, Permanent
Distributions, and" every other flagitious usurp,
tion, and latitudinoua Const ruction of the Constitu
tion! Who m the nominee of o Anti Maonic3.
Convention of Pehiisylvauia, and wa insisted upon
by Ihe Delegate from that Slate in the Harris
burg Gareiiioh-a-eceary 1e eecure lhe"voter
of that unprincipled and persecuting sect t Harri
son' nomination wa very greatly produced by the
desire of conciliating tha assistance of the Aboli
tionist of New York, Massachusetts, and else-' '
where." ' L. -
SuchMessrs. Editor, ire some of tlie evidence of
the " harmony " and " unanimity " which the Harri
son Editor ire endeavoring to Induce the public to be
lieve' prewil in the Whig ranks, in fsvo of tbe Hsr
rinburg nomination ; and I bve seen none of (Arte
evidences ia the other paper of this Town, I have to
request you vill give the foregoing extract a place in
your columns, that people may bear both ides,jnd
mike up in kon( opinion of their own.
AN UNCHANGED REPUBWCAN.
JVomi tin CkmrUtttm Mercury.
THE WHIGS AT FAULT AGAIN ! ! I
We suhioin a letter from Mr. Calhoun, which
effectually expose the absurdity of the last Whig
misrepresentation connected wnn his name. . Ao-
thing that we 6utd y"cwfd; hoWmore clearly
than hi own letter does, the elevated ground oc
cupied by our Senator. It is the truly command
ing character of hi position, winch -make it the
i . e : . i . i .i t c l i .
uooci oi iucqwiiii nauii I'j mo n nigs, wneiner
luaiUitaWt-ubyJirrm.ntng.ai.d.rrrl attarlt, .fraaJmwilWa
approaehc lroder titise 'HSKSfi of "Atttery end p'e
ivrowvw iin.uHanir . nu afiviivi,auil IH 111V lO
suit of thecO-orrf-ntioO.ofalMS.-lduiHiislrwtino iwe.
taming the policy of Jefferson, ha dislrened Ihe,,
Whig ever aiuce the Extra Session. They hveN
ever inc then denounced the South Carolina Nul
lifier a Leo focos; and all the while the Rich-J
mood - lYkig and other, false -pro&or a of State
Right, ha j done little else than rave again! South
Carolina and her public men, and every desperate
effort hta been tried to throw our former quarrel
with the Administration a a Humbling block into
the path of principle. Finding tbat they could
not prevent a eo operation ao fatal to Ihe hope of
the Gmsolidatlonisti, they now take occasion of
Mr. Culkoun't change of personal relation with
the Piewdent, la vent all the long aecumuleting
venom of their diseppointment and ueeuair, and
hold up their hands with an aakwai-d aflectation
of eudden wonder, as if the wpport given by Mr
Calkoun and hie friend to their principle, a em
bodied in the leading measure of (he Adminiatra
tion, were aome new thing. The whole Whig
pre aflecta much indignation at it, a il eflect.
ed enthusiasm at tha abortive issue of the Harris
burg Convention, at which the Clay flag wn omin
ousl hauled down. . t - -
I-- Iti tmnsinirtn enrr.n. iL. .1 i.. ivi:.
l uaveouoosuuog Utlmlkowr, wt 1lriiTla-mT,a
a lew week of each other.
Firt, they got up a rumor, which wa,. spread
by all the Whig paper, that MuCalkoum bed all
ai once Become ao advocate of the protrctirt Tar.
'J i .! ..t-iiey-Jauui!a.liI-Thy-alwty--thought
forsooth that he wit loo intelligent and
petrwtic and high roindeJ not to abandon the Sub
Treawry, embrace the American sytfom, and eo.
aloace with Mr. Cl-iyf After all that had been
paed, there would have been, in their ejea, no.
tiling m in! I ing ia suok a eonjnwiiuu. '
Secondly, they repenU-d the same hoaarma end
flatteries, when they tot bn another ahsunl rrr,.
nhat Mr. Calhoun, wa in favor of the election of
ota uea. Uai nsun. - it wa the making of the '
.IgJCTggi. ' -V-
And now, tkirdly, thi tame Mr, Calhoui, be
eauae he hn placed beyond d-siU his iidherence to.
hi principle, and hi hosUlity lo the whole Whig
policy t consolidation, and hi not allowed per
aortal consideration to embarrass hi discbarge of
bia public duty, wJericwnced by them as a tnein
and dishonorable bargainer for power j and no'ep.
iinet ot contumely u too vile Tor these iiiglj mind,
ed Whig lo apply to hi in. ,
Tliey feel that he ia above ihem. ind 1I..1 it..
disinterested eupport of .the South ha insured the
triumph of the republican principle enforced io
Ihe meawre of the dmtniwration, tnd that the
inigsle of the Whigi forthe.poil i nowdesner.
ate - hint i laehrymat ." ,'
Accustomed to Iwrj-nia f. the pnUlic piinling,
anJ pvrhi i di.xipjiuititL'd to a rccom f
dor the roM-, uo woo.lt r that the tu,i
eenerr should cive the kr-v note . n,. . "'-
iii jiTiierul in accuKinji Mr. Calhoun of I
fl.r the' Presideuc v. But they have . ."""l
here he i strongest, f.r ;li-..JkL.J.. .
rDiifked liy "rjisregnrd of otlice. Th ,
have hlamrd Itim (the aincareet prainr-IT,,
ciiig hi prospect of the Presi.lcrif y t0 '
When he tmik c round ninint ' '.
of the divorce of Government and the Ttm
taunted him ajnin with sacrificing bi exrlL-'
from the Whig parly which wis then
success. They tell him now that he will ut
thing in the way of ambition bv hi i"a -
and yet they accuse him of bargifininir fi.
The fact i. that by the very s.rp tL JJ"
he ha, by it evident disinterestedness ''"'"
himself with a morul iwrr before wL t
tremble." " : ' "' S
Mr De Sia s I enclose an m,.., r.
Intelligencer, which will show you what tbo
are opposed lo me are making of Ihe lutterrf
correspondent, re-published in that p8pef. J""9
not who your corresponded ia, uor hsve' t
on to believe that he wa actuated by anv "li
feeling toward me in writing the letter: Til
must ay, be hi feeling 'what they may hsk
not placed me either in my true poaitiim J J.f
i agreeable to me. I am no aspirant to th-pZ?
denrv. or ever expect to be. To hu
such is to do me crent iniusticn. snt
such is to do me arnnt iniustics . "P "
my effort to carry out the principle and policVt
which I have long contended, and which IbobJE
more dear than any thing io the gift of the gZ,
ment or people. To accomplish an object 1 sjjj
so high i and ha been the sole motive (.
n j 1 muu wriHu . .
year, for my remaining at my poet Iwre -Tj
whenever I find that my presence i( bo looUfrf
any avail toward it I shall cheerfully retire .
to other to t niggle for an honor, whicL LisJ2
-v'"J v.ni.Dsi, una long Had but fn
charm formo. A to the political mow,
here, lo which your correspondent allude, in T
tioh lo what no call. ihe succession .nj 7T
he say is absorbing every thing else, I ksZ
nothing. If they exist, he doe well in reprewT
ing me a passive a td what i going oo. - All vhi
know me know ihnt there j not member of Cos!
gres who take loss interest in that loWhinkh)
It i weU known tn all "mrrAiiiXTVZr.i .
wish, iniliviitiisllir. waa anH il.. .u . .. '
--- -. it -- - -! urn, umy nOUMM
pejrfeotly passivo a.iawhat jrelata io-om .i
AuAoUi liir lha iiswiaa o Ihm nreaelTretrntr"
w,. ..,. wcjirvwuiiri, umes mere bould
aome valid personal objection, in order that
might have grenler weight in carrying out tbe a.
aurea we oesire, . -
I ll .L! l i . -r- I
" "' rnaae no complaint. nor da I imj
cenaure and had the letter appeared ia ptpet
any other State, or in any other than a fnendlv.
I in ma, ... h !. .....I I 1. , . . J
"... v.... "V," .yy'!?.vsa Mo
inrro rne. uut, naving devoted the best portim:
y inn 10 me service oi tno state and Union, with,
out the hope, or even Ihe d?ire of reward.
uch a flow from the consciou discharge of dutt
llfifttf I ..i in .1.... 1 I i . . "
. ...uuaiuv,co, , cniinoi out teetwfr
viwi v wit ircainmtnce isucn i neiieve iIhsiaU
I calculated to- cast douhl on mv renl nmi k.
holding me up an aspirant for any office iotlii
Kin oi me uuvernment, or. people.
Y.sire truly, -v J.C CALIIOCX.
, UNITED IN VVKDLOCK." -
In Anson County, on the 1st instsnLbv tbeRev. El-'
mond Uavis, Mr. JOHN EDWARDS IoJum QVIS-
iiiA ruAnuiS, daughter of WytU'Naaee,fi.
In An-on(Minty,on the 12th inUnt,by Jnsrsh H.
ley. Esq., JHr,.THOMASTEL, to Urn AS
BAUt:0M. . ,. ,.........,-..
In Mecklenburg County, on the llth Inf sn, Vj t
Rev. J. M Caldwell. Mr. A RttlllR4l.n int.lVA
PIE, of ihiaCountv. Lo Mi. liHnrni.l.A ft fiHAV.
-in Wjvwlson UNintr.on the 16lh mstnt,by tlielUf.
Mr. Fielder. Mr. .JlUfUlKiia THOM A8tl?ijof iw-
County, to Mis NANCY BARNS, of Dtvidson. -
In this County, on the $Jrd inst.,bT the Re.Suv
?LI,!mck Mr- ADAM CASPER to Mua SOPHIA
rr.r.i.Kii. . t
In Davie County, on ths m.i.ni t XL,,Mm
Gsrner, El , Mr. WILLIAM STOKER In km
-On the evening nf th'7ifr nut ket lliaa t)a V T
C--. - - - - - - iiidi J aw w vv . vi
rne, Mr? JACOB GIIKMPA C iPmtarlu nf I lit lAtin.
DEPARTED THIS LIFE.'
In this town, on Tnly last, Mr. ELIZA 8110
MAN, contort of Mr. John Shuman. hut ino s hstaisl
tad several small children to mourn th death of tbet
nest esrtt, Ij mend.
In Thiie County, on tlie 25th insUnt, Mra MABI
CLIC K, consort ot pivid Click.
. . i
Liiicolilloii, Jau. 7, IHia.i ,
To the C0L0EL& Commanding the folht
Rrgtmenti in the itk Vieition of Xtrth CrS-
nil iUKiiwi; ' '
are, by these Order Commanded lo Parade
vour respectiv Regiments a follows! 1
The Western llegiirwut of Montgomery county at
Wednesday the 11th of March next j ihe Ei
,' ern Regiment of said county on Thursday tlx
The Lower Regiment of Davidson county oa Sat
i urday the 14th of March nefl tbe Upper R-
giment Of aaid Count on Tuesday Ihe 17tk.fl.
20ih of March. ' -
The Regiment of Davie county, on Tuetd tJ l&
--oi.i. r ai 1 '
vn ot ntarcn.- : .
The above Regiment will annear at their "l -
r".LroSindOa lhft iliu theroittsppjinuiJ. t JL
o'eba-k. A M., for view and Jtispectian bv 1 .
Major General. BALIS M. F.rNET,
Maj. Gen. 4th Di. N. C. Militia.
Maj. Job M. Robebt, ) ... . r.. .
Catv.N C. COT! tJT.
C Awuaew MuifirDirlgloB In-pretor.
Col. Jakh A. Gatia, " Quartermaster
Come And re! -The Subscriber ha
on bsnd a large supply of Mabnginy and otbcf awl"1
lis, and in his employ e.yeral gtjod. WorJknVtk Ja PT --reao-hiale'ta
oruer all kind of CsAiiwI and if
work, from the plainest Walnnt lob to the fine
gany work. The greatest punctuality Will P"4
all orders for work. Prices moderate. All kil
produce, plank, and cntling Uhen in exchtnr" 1
furniture, , R. ELLIOTT-
A CARD The timlersiimrd bavin peroiea;J
esublished himsolf in Mr. Elliott's employ, would"
thankful for order fi mahojriny work, and pw"""
Uiat all work don by him shall aot k urpase
workmanship) by ny other whatever.
t .ta m- w o a Ti 7 l.T"l
' jib, ai, ifw, m U. II. UMAUt- 'JJU
! V VERY auperiur bob-UiW N'k
' VrL tm I lorsje, perfectly td k1
' rVy and gentle in ingle and double Urn4
'cakAi--;i . r ,,.1,.
Formleby C 11. WHEELER-
Siiniarry, Jan. 17, !(. r