VI 111" V' uiiul I )l ll .' J
Itt'iLtl iiMlTO U fU; ,iri'
fif stivuViK-niu t in.
f.tlli-ii'l.l ..It, I
"X'ii:ii.Tt" Site, nur.-iii.
u. Ihil .' " " M. i people ul .'i lill!
loroi- hint prt;jir tur a
the J:J''-,Hl:i';i!ftii-t-AiLl . r'
', w iUiiu tficir o'.Mr'b'iriien,
l!iir x'i.tit'ul ui upni'miif, or i XHft;iirt Ui, ii,cfiv.-! mj
CJiiipliaiice nh Uii'if agreement to prolut tl.ei pro
perly in ili.i.n'.li' hum iliiaulii'T.i i) I' li.ulion. ,
I'L. ll I. .. - I,, -1 !, ,,,..1,1 .1...... I I ll..r,'
that tW k K.fcUinif.t.11 u- f.i.4j. Ui.i. ir j
.Mj.Vj' (j!iv(;fniii"nt eiull t,nii.ti. anciUll nlita-!
y uiVrriVrmcc iu u.e 'inofiou iinici u iiil apply to j
I I1C f I'lii' 111 wti' n Mint mv. i."utu til.-.' I ll. l-wi (
the subject morp leoriiiiMedefiiri' than have hitherto
: been niiiue Li lirirj the. rl itHit Ui certain and -
adjutmHit, lb inistjrtunes predicted by' Mr. l'i
. hi Us name of Ins liu.viMfiiiii'ni, umy iuil unluiluiMte
' )y happen. Uut no apprehension of ihe cjiiim it! nee
alluded tu by Mr. Fox cm be permitted Ui divert liic
Government and people ot the luited Klate firoiii the
performance ot their duty lo ibeHtaie of Miiue. Tht
duty wt iimple it m unpenlne The coimtrue
' . tion wbicli i given by- Iter lo'tbe trety of llniijmf
been, tjitin nd aptiii, in the iool Kolcmii iiijinKr
v . Mfru il alito liy t!i F"it;r8 Ciuvernment, and must be
v rnainUiiiieil, uunm Msme'freiirly coimenU to a new
UiuihUry, or unius llmt conntructinn rif tlie treaty it
- found Ui bo erronemw by the uecmimi of a d jt.inter-ttod
rr " aud i"iidep;ii(lei)t iribuhil, pulected Iiy the twrtiM lor
ita final mljmtinerit, 'J'bo I'rwident, on aKmiJii(j liie
duli of hi itatioil, avowed biaueK-rmiiialiori, all nth
tr iiieiii,l ne,'otHriavtt ladinit to Miwyif 'J)ro(v'itKn
to the Oovernment ot (real Brifian to rcftl Die dtci
aioii once nwre to a third Wty.
In all iws aiibfiuoiit kiepa winch nave onen ukm
upon me tuuyci oy iu uireuiton, ne nut ueea auiuau-o
- by the aame fpiftt. Neither hit dwjwieinoii in Die t-
U'r, nor bm opinion ja to the propniy of lint tourm-,
Jiaa iHiderj(Hiiy any cliango. 'should llio fulfilment ot
jita wihhe be dobiuted nllicr by an oiiwilluitfiie., nn
s 1!9 pari of Tut Mjcty' (ibfrumerit to eiwt the u
v Ut 4 the ii'idt'-d H'.aU-a in Ihe ipirtt in lnrh it m
M ' Mnadf,1 trout adverse circuiimtancee of an dt-:ri"
lu,4li J'niilent will, in apy event, deritw prciil al
wtuction from Uio rnacitmmcM (bat no eilvt on hi
" part ha beflii "pared to brm tbo queetinn to an ami
' cable ,t'ic!iJ1ciN, niift Uiat lcrt baa bceo nothing in
the ri-niMct eith r of tlio (Joveriiinent wi p-Dploid'
fX) tTjiiltsd tiiie, nr the Hiato of Maine, to jiisli'y the
'. ' cttiploymeiit oher Majpijiy'a force iiidiiflled by
Mr. Fox's iatlor. The Proaidunt eniioi, under midi
cirruifiaiaiicti, ajMi,'tu-iid iliat the retpouDihility lor
. any eooaeqouiiec! wnirh may unlmppily eimii'j.Mjl by
tlw jiKeineilt of u HiijwrHaJ- world be iiiip'uled
r-, . . 1
The Unden viie-i avl himwlf. 6ir Sin. 46. -
r ;oirN FOitsini.
TolUilon. Il.f),Foxi&.t . r . '
t , ,'r. Fox to Mr. Furtyth. I vv
t - : WwHuratoit, March SO, HW.
H'L ijJfririprf, kf B'itatrnic Msjeety'a Rnoy K.
loaor lo recciv.chie eltinal nuie of vetiterdiiv'a date.
,4Mree.d to hiial'y Mr. Forsyth, Secretary of .Slate of
liie United SHtir in repla ta a -aota.Wau-d the 13th
S -. ' juat, hin4ii ii(iirsdjjj tAtanttf.;iih. ifts
L inally pmterfle.l agaimt the acta ot encroaclioianl ma
arfreadua wlMch are (till periatej in by rined bands
ll iniai.rrrnir tW,4iut;MtW.aiili-ihl-erte
, Jporlwo of tbe dtmtal territory. f . -
" It will be he duty of the .uii'lersiDOil iniinediaiely
,' to Iraoaiint Mr." Foraytfi' nolo In ber Majeaty'a Uoy-
. iv- iihnientiti Knjfland; and until the ntplenirtit md pro
' ' poaition which it contain atull have received the due
Mi4iUoiaii'krM,ijwty' flefrrrrwrnvthe nililtffJ"
' '.li'Kned will aidom it right to add aay lunher reply ,
" "T llieretn, cKceptiyp; to rehr to, and to Keal, aa ho how
y fiirmally (nd Artinctfj does jlio eelttt. "duclariilioiii
which it haa fjpm linie to time boen Jj-si dot to make
to lh Government of Ihe Unitri Ht":d wilh refefonca
tu tha eimtiB opinTon, that an inflexible adherence lo
' tim rnnolntioiu that have beeu annHiRCed by her Ma-
. jiwty'i (J wrffiuietit.'fiir liio. defence of her Maj tyV
p-- ' -njfhta pending the ngotiitiiif thuh-modary ui rtmn,
i niTersto bcr tjcr-ty'k (iovernment the only imnna of
protecting thetie rij,di! fruirr being in a C'ntinuallJ aj-
i . :.: lir3f)ed JUltiiiiil'..euc(oaclwii.iaA And ykdated.' '
; Tha-ltodermirned avail himlf of thi occasion to
r iwiw to the Secretary of Httyi theJiniLeiL-litc-)
r - - ' " ttifl Utauraiice ot liw OiatmiriiwhtMLcoiuiiileratioii.
': . ' .. U. S. FOX..
. . The Hon. Jons (taafTH.&e.; Leti,,'..
-The-etrrcifmndcnceTr refidf BiidTclTrrrcU lo
4 LIST OP LETTERS remainW in the lrt-OlT)ea
... J a at Salmbury, C, oa the 14 day of Aprilt.l-t lO.
"VfnriarrCFiwit Kerr. Dr. Knitiunl
Ai'er, Win. IU . . .Kolly, DluiuiiJ -
Alien. Jul.n 11. . Kridar. Peter- . ..
iidr-OeOrtrf""1" Lawreiioe',' Jiiiie
"th?rtr,".tf 73HfT.ih7rCT u tuuc, iiu lcy .. .
BuriiK, James II. . I.irely. (ieotje M.
Harkca, J(4m B, - . Lipe, Rliaa and Araliam' .
Brown, V ilion (2) Lely, aInL, care of Jno, 3
Karrinaer, lkivid -, I C M'tkHmauyhey.',
BradJuW, Austin -TLufcko,vCyni. v1
BrowJlenry II. . . Luckey, Jjne ,',LM'Z$m
1 . i ii' a t l.uiiint . I i nnun . .utiaatii in int.
wtwitMWiiy eadi i i i I fMp miim
Andy . . . M'Ke'xMlurolbril H. . .
lUiJey, Kadibrd , v M'C'orkle. MiH Ncy .' -Bovccm,
tcrvtr7 t -55'Myre, Kebert ;ai'r r
Businect, Jolm . . Mdler, Hearj and W in. C
UftilaTiaw, Robert Alalk, Ji4ih . .. '
Brown, Mo-a .; .MoenHamer, Jonalhun J ,
UtaJlup, lOk r '. '.MiUor, Jonathan .
flolen, Mr. Catharine Mortwun, Bufua W. ...
Clarke, Mim Fjiuiil F. , . Moore, Wm. P.
"lemmeriJt.A. ,:v "Millet, William "
Cimpbell, Mrs. J.
Miehule, WtUiKiu C.
Csdidl,Jcc &.- -
Cutty, Archibald .
Jcwji, Miss Meliii;!a- -".Dent,
Doland, Henry. ;
, Duug lass, Ji-hn
Dinkuia, Mrs. Iirah
Dixon, Clcinemine .
fte,wiian, R. .," , ,
fc.Net ly, Bobcrt , .
I'arr.ah, Jew J. .-
1'arlec, Miss Mury '
Presidont Silibury Jcn
Philhpa, F.uoch K.
Pea rin, K ic h 1 ii,cmd JiU
I, III. llut 1. i;
ale, John '
. Pope, Usrrod ' i.
J!cb iiton, itichd. or ti.' i..
Pralry, Mrs. MargnielJJenilloinan, John l-iy..
Ferill, Iioii Kobumm, hiiiih
Fuller, John N.,; "
ream, Miss Sarah L
I'oarJ, ll. V.
Fralcy, tiiwge A.
Heed, Jesse ..
n,tn. Joi n
Ribelin, Ktimttr-l ,
. It irs, Fdmiind ,
, Kbwii, Sums
Kpriugs. W. J . . .
Smtib, Katharine 1
Kimlh, Wetlingtah ('.')
Foarj, r. w,; r;
Vmht, Mra ll Mv .
Graiier, Henry -
Tiiliauii. .WuUaiu - - tNcott, Tlnss
"TkkT, Henderson j, - " Stinson, Willunn s t
Hcldbtuut, Mrs. Sophia Slatighter, L D. ,
JHuie. 1WL H uu?,. Juswu, iiuiaarU J)sbu- i-
and Porto?, No-nh e Hnrnth, Beverly
" Ilellarn1, Thomas, 1 Siuk, Alea'ander -1
fortnn, A. W. ' ' - Thump., Col. M. (?)
: .. .,1 l in rr..-i. .it
jnriiiU, v'l v-ae.i turn, rt.ii.. .
1 rnulinsn, Jolm
HoOion, Mrs. ttcbecea
. -1 nuinpmiii, tv. 4. -4
Hamlet, Amltew J. -
Hill, AVnhs'ii "
-llilii.n J.-jh ' t '
Hill. 11 -nr -
Joliiisi'B, George H.
: niilert, Mnaa lcy A. ,
WslRMl. "II. W.
"Wilhsia. Mrs. Ana .
V Wsii,W. W'. I4"
ll'- . .. dL...
r Jobiiston, I nomas '
Wilson, Cstline; '
J I'W'yatU Ricjerd 't '
: Vsrin.V.S. . '
IIF.XRY V CONNER, P, M.
9vbLiry, April tt, -l- 1
i.trtl 'i ii:n .....l'o(J lor lit lift lion.
I'tum ilif tine ui'rn HigiKliT,
-jqyipp h II;ifS'"o f" p R) i u c E . ,
-The federalr arealreaiiy trying Ui tii..ki; political"
cuiiitul out of the changes of the season, mid (he
ldipe.iii'ions of Providence, vihelher lor good or
j A I I j J
" , ' ""vc "r""'"" r'T
''l'""' " pneeafor all Ihe necessarwsoT life.
the Inderal papers.nt once a.UJrce themselves lolhe
iihxIihuk:, tiiaimhicturers, end oilier consumers, in
laiii;ua eornelliiiig lik thin : " bee dow what w
riu ve riiiiio In, iiiiii.-T tlua wkknd adiimiHtiution j
yoii Bre obliged to my 810 a bure for flour, lo
ItK'd your litinily, and and jet ymir wngea remain .
the anirie ea when you mid $3 a barrel. Tlnnii
were Dot o when ce hud a Nuiioiml unk." Welt,
in tin) next year u;rhua the bountiea of Provt-dt-noe
aro- altowered opfu u, a they wero luat a
aoh, in the nioet prntune abundance, 'J'ha greim
nci aru fultlo overiiiwm and cofwequwitly pro
vihiona ol all kind fall in price from their very
abuiidatice.''ii! fcdefalauic maker now atidrcm
llicmvtlvee to the producer, the farmer, in lun
jfimee like thia : What drondful tiim-a theae. loco
foco have Lrouphl about you cannot gel over $6
a biirnl for Jour fl(ur, and eom i to cheap that
beef and pork are aclling for thirty per cent, or
more below former, price. Thing were not
when wished a Naiinnul Bank, aud we never ahull '
get matter restated till thi admiiiint ration ia put
down, and Niehofaa Biddlo i mndo Secretary of
the 'i'raury.,, "Wa ttee lii(;uHge aubalulitially
like tliii addreH)?d to the farmer in almost every
federal paper 1ha we open, It i the iereotj pa
i)t7 for tin campaign of 1840. .I'hua, if we have
abort cnip, 'and "fiiri prkea, tho mechanic are,
Ored to -put rlnwn the 'Administration, becaue
tiny have to pay bo "much for the necewiaric jf
life and if w e have full croja, and low price, the
6irnir are urged teptrt tb A dminiat ration down,
b.-cauii their produriif re io cheap; and in both
iufclancea the exliorlnli'in in chmed, of course, by
attriuuiiiig all the diftif ulty to tho want of a Na
tional lUnk. To those farn.tr, if (here are any,
whoJUUu to nucli federal amifiienl. it may bo
welHo etbthii -ji HW-exti-lrv-ohl far,--f
ahowiii how tho price of produce runted in what
I lie Meralista would call the "'good old day of
the National Harik" In NilrV Uegister under
dale of October tih, 119, wo find the lollowing :
? W AtutTije linlftila Journal of the 14th utu:.
(aye, coimiderable quantititia of a lit at of the fust v
quality wer.e auld during the pest wei'k, at Thirty
, it did not meet a ready mile even ut that
Ajii n !''Tiicre wag a coniilerah),a l 4f goofls
M! wTioTeaoiiii flour in lialiimoro a few day amre
""-, 01 ir.iiTiiii.u,1iiuU,lroi m.
citental expeniiea ware paid, yielded the pwner;
nrriy f rSD-cenU.the harrel. AUe Jlrgultr
March 17, 1821.
: Tliw.wa un'der.thn reign of the National Bank,
and dufinjr the era of flood feeling," in' Mr.,
Monroe' A'luiinisimtion, But Ho one then had i
f he ;dfyoeirtheTjft nioraTthaF iBeiC7ow price ;
weiewiug to the Ailinimsirnlion, nor could they
be charged to tlie waftt of a National Bank. I'ut
let-in caaia tn year . Inter tnke the year lc.iO,
with Nationnl Bank, end 1?40 without a Na-'
tional Bank. ."J'ho price in those year in the
great wetc'rnr market fur brend" ttufT and provi
siofi Kochester, were m follow .
rrk-lS40, without a
Vhna, ) eta. buhel,
Ftrmr,' ViVi ha rreT, ' "
OaUi.'JU clr. a buhel.
Curu,Ma -. du -Potubwa,
Beef, to 3. cwt. '
Wheat, W eta.' a butdiel, ;
Flour,' !j.j.) a biarrej,
Oata, Ul eta. a btfthel.
Corn, 47 do.
PotaUna, 20 . do.
B-ef, iji4 to 0 per ewL
Pork, i.') per cwt.
rent, .i per cwk
U 'wittniereTlie aeen that when the National
Bunk wo .in all tt glnrjt, in llw. pa.lmy .duj,! of ,
I'SIJrt, the prii! oT farmers' produce were coimido.
rahly lower' limn they now are.'under alt mir pre
tent enibamnietii.Aaj.t;llh4Jludoralii keep 4
up.ineir evi riaDiing crnaKinj.&boul a national
liankTow price loco tcoinm a if thoy really
uulitited there Was niil inJelliiieuceM'bv
K'I TOP' "Iw 4 . Iw iwliucr AuL,aeilwig h- such a
bungling tmiiosturc. , , 1
-- -. .l..,'-CMIrCTW:J W
r V 'AOE8 O f L A BO R. '
AVhen I hear men slsert thai the interests of In
btr are bound up insepsrably w'ilb lire unstable
diameter U' our currency, my heart bleeds within
ni at the-thought of the monstrous decrjitinn
which is attempted. -a The argument, stripstd of
Tti'F7lirsTry,"itTt'in Itrgiragganeair Ba'firaiiTgifr-"
ed duly by liiu preset)! cluslic ctedid system ( ihere-
iuro,.iuke,cuie 01 juojaujaa, auo- oy so mMiig you
take can of the laboring classes. 1
Again 1 It i said &pain and Germany, and Ita
ly, are loud tuoosy eotiulnest America H A pa
per money country. Tberefiro,rnitrain Ihe licen
liouvies of our present credit system, cuib the
arbitrary power of tho bauks over the currency,
.1 . ! I'll . I I I . t
sou iimi iitnericaii lauorer wouui ne as wretcneo
s thoSpaniHh, lhe(ieniianLer Ihultulian. laborer.
So,indi(r:ruiil are Ilia feddraliits to popular free
uum and popular editcatina, Oiey can see no differ
ence between Inly and New.digland, except that.
Italy has no Bunks of circulation, and that New
England has llietn as thick as the fairing leaves in
autiiinn. "" "
"Those arguments need only Jo be staled, in or
dur to expoee. their fHtlacy ; let the harmlossness
sueh -4ts efahHeweh W'weer?rrtmfecT"
for the inielllgeuce of the jieople, -
. But is it aenously apprelieudcrl by any that
an increase 01 specie in me circui uion wouw
rtra-reiie the wtige of the MuUircr 1 The-la-rr"
a --- - - r - - . f . r . ... .
baring cms 111 me luntfi ptntes H not oepun-
Aid en Benksiimt rartr self eiistoiiied, audTs "safe,
fur three causes 1 1.-Tib laboring c!n.Ha i not in
debt, and llirefore lias im aympitihy with sptcu
Utoss and men who seek wealth' without Inbor.
2. T'1U nation has a vast domain, where most IV r-
I ile hind is alwava open to the purchasers at repd J.
eiiu pi ices j vtiiere ihe industrious squatter can,
without aid from piper money, achieve an itide.
fieuJaiicc. 3. Our eurteircy is altemsiely con.
trtctiug as well as eipnnding-. By druwing near-
ril'o"ihe true si-eci" xintidiun. detiressioa is jiuurd -
etTagafhst even more than its opposite; mid stea-,
a I . a -ft s-
ity prices, a sure inutaet lor nianuiHctures, ami a
oiiiCiein detwnMVrrHnnoTr rjrjrhtri1ttrniiiise"
queiice. Tho pendu'iim swings' too far fnch way ;
l(io temlettry T ileniecrscy is to- repress the ex.
travngances" from which s-culntors alone. reap
bMieliis, and to guard 4raini tlie depressions
which at lust spread through thp land, dismissing
the nlKrer fmni hi employment, diminishing the
pi ire of produce, and earrying grief into the fam t'
ihe "of the , indi'iiendent mahufsclurers, -whose
lieartlis, lut for our .unliable currency, would have '
been ijIsdJfinod by an honest competence (Itorgt
Ikncrttft'i Aidret$ allartford. fs- - . -
' In New Y'ork, on the 27th ulii, Cotton sold
0 lo 10 rents Flour (5 lo 3 12 per bwrrea th
market dull money sfiiite ptwify t ,m y
A:: ;- -;(r
V 4 l.A-
Til C VE5TKItX CAROLINIAN
I'rld.-iy .Tloruinz, April 10, IS 10.
' ' r-a; it-'.'-scut-i - - - gjj
UanJuhki for sheriff, in Roitan .
COL H. W. LONO, JOHN IL llAaDiH
(fr- We are auiboriaed to anaoonce COL JOUfll
M. SMITH a candidal tor re-election lo the omcew
KhcrilT of Dsvidon county. v v(
Ujmhi refl'-ction, we- have declined, for the pre
ent. for tpoti aaBiffrtedToine TauttorVpuWinhing flie'
coniiniintcilMMi of Vuidei,' reviewing Mr, Morehead'
apeech al Pavala- ,
We ha& on file a very important leMer from the
Vice Piewdent vt the United Slate, asaigning hi
reawm fur declining to present 'to the Senate an
abolition petjtion aeni b him by Lewia Tappan of
New York, aigued h,y HO .femaloa. Thi letter
take the liijflieut ground in favor of the South on
thin vital question, and we regret our inability lo
publish it this week J it ahull appear in our next.
y N . .-,
l'Atract trom the annwer of Ueneral Uarriaou
u tecrct committee " to the O.iwegn.AtHociatiun :
The irv i, ttuit (Sen. l!arriMi mnkr no jfar
Iter jii-Vf, TO MEET THE I'L'DIJC EYE,"
Tin neuteiice ahould be atereoty ped, and placed
af the head of every- republican newapaper in tbe
Union s it will do more toward opening the eye
of the People 14 the inanaxivre of the janua-fkeed
combination of Tariff and Anti-Tarifl Abolitioq
and Ami Xbolitfon Bank and AutiBauk, Fedcr
alivti in auHtaining pen. Ilarriaon for the Preni
dencj', than a tuudred (peeche and pamphlet.
Tke Or and Jury mailer. We decline for the. pre
sent; ta pubtitih the" lkV-tikb 16 the Grand Jury oo the
nnut'liliiieae of tlioit eoiUuct in extirewinK I heir view
of political matter, eoncocled, we learn, by twoeentljs-
porting tube signed by five very estimable citizens of
thia coulity, crMisUtutiug a part of the Jury. We do
this because the rijrnatures to the JCopy Jurnibhed ua,
iim'1li'tlW-;liaMwttfihf'he'' jrentlemen whose
names are to it, and because we learn there Is scriou
doubt whether all Of them signed it, or authorized their
uaaieiMo. baaiuod ia A'i"iiwr'MiTM''
The above specimen of fauness and liberality "
is from the last "numbo of ,oiir neighbor, the
" Watchman," and fully explain the object of the
mover in goiting cp the paper to which a niajurity
orflieXTraiii Jiiry , were persiiaded "Jo "aigo" their
names. "" What a spectacle docs -ihe;; Watchman
now present I -; his is the second tinio, recently t
it has refused. to puhliuh a paper expressive of the
eentiment of a portion of the freemen of this boun
ty couched in the most respectful Intigiiage, mere
ly because they differed with the views of ihe con
ductors uf that paper.'- I this cundor V la it im-
partiality T Does it accord with the character of
a fre'e'Jind liiapeWe1aFprvsT7TM "rejuont as-
nigned above by the conductors of the 'Watchman
for Ycfumiig to publish the view of the minority of
the Jury, are mil the real motives which prompted
that course,. wid they-knnw-il.- Tliejr-wcreinH
formed by the Editor of this paper, that he wa
tliejiising iheonginal absent tiiema rtoriwt-co-
py, as requested, and they rould have easily seep
the original IfiuALJWsuoir reason fW fiot irablish
ing it, , But I bey deliberately .suppressed the truth,
so eloquently expressed by the minority, in order to
cal cili'tluliroao-notwuhsiuiiding.if. v.s are not mis-
M'r were persuaded to do so ahaif , under the consid.
era 1 1 on thai it was not to be used tor electioneering
purposes. Did the conductors of the Watchman first
inquire trso trrote the mnjority paper, bofurethey
would nulilirth it 1 Was It. too. written lv nn ntKrr.
holder; t;o will they dure come qui andLsaxiJ
(1 raii(lJiiryXTt presume nut L
The whoje game of the federalists, here as else
where, is one serie of evasions and deceptions,
. Wf h"ie', afier this, no republican in this roun
ly will ank, or jxpect, the courtesies of liberality
aud eandor from the ' Watchman.' - - -
.im . . " y
fT" Secret Conunittet over Gta. arrtsei.
We last week .published a correspondence between
the Union Association of the village of Oswego,
if. , and the Vonfdeniial Committee ofGeneruI
IlanrtBonand at the lime, niade some comments
on itsextrjordinsry character We again advert
to Ihe uhjirt. to show; j.it.. clearer lighl thai
. - . -
general policy adopted by the Hurrisoniln
IIS, BS Ulf-
closed thruttsj lie -eorrejmrtdTe
niiitco. 'i V",' :" -V, .i - '..r.
' It would seem that the General! -no longer
1 in .;. AS'iA MS A.;A -..-1 - . 1.:.
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own Letters, addressed to him bv bis fellow eiti.
m . ... -r-.-...
i ens tailing Fir Ai o;nuw a to Ihe policy he
may adopt, should be be elected President, but
must hand them over to his Uuardiaus, appointed
for the purpose, and ht them dictate answers fur
him 1 'JJLJ. r -
t-velopeinetit from thia Honorable
Committee, thai haa as yet met the'pue.'ic rye, wss
the, cnrrtspoodeitce alluded lo, in which it is ie
cUred tlist, the policy it, thnt tke (lenrral utl
rno- further declaration' of Mi' irisc ifdrt 'for ihe
fmblie eye, vhtfst orreytng Ail prttiit position,".
The second is, that whatever he has said, writ
ten, or done, oo the great political topics of the
l dayi must be all taket Rr granted ; and that I hey
are to ne imnteo op irom nil quarter of the coun
try, collected and pnllhhed Junder the eye Jiis
Guatdiiibs, and palmed on the. public (or hie osi
nionsnov. ' V ,,v v J ,
Wa there ever such a poTitrral mnnaHivrtf b
tempted to be palmed upon the American people
-Hero is a man, a candidate for the highest jfTice
in the Ainericah Republic, anoSwhen he is asked
bv letter or otherwise, v.r.at his present views are
lVn fertJrtn pom, Idttchirrg the dearest interests-
our coiiimoi! -f.rfttry, he kepp wwm, and any go
ami ask ny commi't't, and Ih'y will tell jou, or
give yuu a wliiH fyei tire-ietiij'-eti' "
Ifhe be aked, mavou in fwf receiving and
referring abolitliit: pefituma to nlwii-li alavery in
the District of Columbia, he auya, go and aak my
Are you In favor of a United State Bank.
The response ia the a:ne aak my committee.
Are you in favor of assuming the State Debt by '
the Genera! Goveriiiuent, or lainlhj yeopte- to .
raise a turpi vt retcnut to erfia'ucijiate our alave,
he newer a before go and aak my committee.
Hitherto, it has been tho practice, tiot only to
ask, but to know of thoae who aeek office, what their '
political opiniiMia are ai the time when questioned
not whut they .were ia day. that are past and gone ;
and if (hit haa been the policy of the country here
tofore, why ahoold an excepiioo be made ia the
caeeof oldGen, Hu,rrionl-I hit ailualion o re...
rif. peculiar that it ought not, nay, mvtt not, be en
quired into ut preneiiit Are not even hi friend ''
ieruiitted to auk end to know what they way
poet from him, provided he altould be elected Pre
wdent of the United Stated , i -
Certainly, there musl be eoutething wrong in hi
matter, or hi Confidential Committee would net
have adopted thia new and eitraordioary mode of
electioneering. The truth is, the whole scheme,'
from hi nomination down to the secret . policy
adopted by thia Committee, i nothing more' nor
leae than a labored cflqrt to conceal from lhe
American people a definite plan of hisAdinini-'
tration. And thu keep together the whole mas
of pilitician and other composing the parly
oppotod to the present Administration. There,
forego publish his (rue position, of " mtilre any
further declaration of hii principlei for the jmb
lie eye," would blow up Ihe whole scheme, and
leave the old" General, as he now is, a very worthy
and eminent Citizen of Ohio, and " the Farmer of
"North Bend." -'N " '
In the South, his supporters alTirm that lie is not
an Abolitionist, and by-this means, many ja re Jn
duced tff gd for him thai otherwise would not.
In the Norih, the Abolitiooista unite upon him,
IllcaiJ., n VU,4klUUB, aiivKvuivu, MIIU IIIUW lllw
game is played. ' . .. - "
pat if a jdefinite, policy were; to,Ia adopted! th i
parly supporting Gen. JIaftison, and a SoutWn
man asks him are you an Abolition! t and JiV
answerlfi jp pTutB' liShestliiuTS ,
am ; he would then ssy to him, sir, 1 cannot
support, you. if, on the contrary, he saya no, ,.
I am not then the Abolitionista would drop him
as tliey-would a hot polafiie. giTyou se7 gentle T
reader, the only plan is, for the M Hero of Tippeca
noe " to keep dark, ondfo have his confidential
committee speak fur him. But wjlj , ihehighndndcd
and honorable portion of any party tolerate such
a course of deception t In short,, will the peo
ple give their votes to any man who.ii afraid ot
ahmeif t hn !' n'f .'ii.'n.. .,ii,.-
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wa are greatly deceivod in the American character. "
WHIG VS. WHIG.
The Tuscaloosa (Ala.) IF, thus discourses
TrpVnhSgrut TTMBnelTts of free banking, as it is
called: ' v, '...'' ..
Fmm sll cciriov tbefW;Hn',iys-"ua"
worKeu voaainirauon m ew ora. I he expenmeul
is-tltonounced the inuut aiiecossfut eveyTiiaue. Not-""
withstanding the ellecu of the sudden revulsion that
hook them and prostrated lbs rest of tlie commercial
World, not a aingU.failure has -ocaurred.' Not one, 11
iasauUiias Joala-dullaj. by elrs,Ix Tfjt"tUT 4
tree the system deserves to be better known and more
widely exteaded. ' - I w,
imposed uponit, the system has not bad a fair trial."
We suppose the " multiplied restricnona n"spoI
ken 0 by the " W'hig," are.that the Georgians
had sense' and firmness enough to tie upi "some-
ahat, the hands of these (having shops, find make
tpmJl'l he'f aceme.,is ; andjhejrefoWth
Kav0 auirfrwZ .at swindling the
honest laborer out of bis bard tamin ! lIunTie
Tutcaloota Whig is unfortunate, tu sav thai Ipi
of ii, In theenconiiums il bestows upon the New
York system of " free banking." - .
A late No. of the New York Commercial Ad
vertiser, leading Whig paper, thus tliow p thi
stupeodpus humbug : . H ' - .,
- Fret-lhtnkine.i-A Rig CSuarerai. With regard
to tlie Great Western Buiik," recently tartedin thi
city, we must eautHufour friends up the river sairmt
iu Bust Notes They are worthlera. .The Prewdent, '
Phelps, is an ordinary bank note engraver, with no
means, little capacity tor, or knowledge of, banking
except thatgainvd from his connection with tlie ea.
ploded IIUuhuo Uank..
" "c oul ' ltu- chj fistory and sssnta of
una ureal errn imiii 01 as ',tsni.t u !
t.L. ,u nn.,1. in,,,.!,,!,,,.-. .J ..
T XT; . 'I TT-V i 1 Wl 1. ...... .
i with th envatc rpmnruihiliti. .f . it - -
are www oiore utaa a conaia ovt en-jus Nrystteedt
recently sold at mercantile ovcoy euck by tf tbe
"Iras." - ," . v. .
" Tbe title of oar general banking law read Lbua
An act lu aolboxise the biuinew ol bsnttief " f tbe
unswpi'Ciing eummuaity are to be urtaii,-4 upm so o& -ten
by these frauduleut irmtitutions, we qu4 supgert
thai the Legialature amend the title of the (tt, ao that
it vwll read,- " An act to authorise Uii MwiiKe ct
awiudling." These rooeedia,a wawld t!i at least
have the uicril of beii.g legalised ." . t. , .
1 ?! niftcra L'try
Literary periodkal for March u rfpnii mir table .
A cursory glance af ita Table of ( Vntents has fully,
convinced as that the Messenger. It til niaiutauia its .
jilinh reputtiun tir. titesary tslnt wt)d attntctfnnT"'
M e would be morb. pleased lo see this nioritorioua
work mors extens nsixouumd 4hi sectmn vf
country, and will ,jke great phusu re in sending,'
on the name of amy pf-our friends who may wirh m
to sunscnue nr it. j ne suoscnption price per
annum; in advance, is. W only . , . ... ." .
It i said Henry Clay intends to resign hia seat
io tho United States Senate iu M"sy ycxt, and re
tire to the shade of AshlamL r "
We acknowledge wilh pleasure the roceipl of th(f .
M Florence Enquirer," a new paper ju?t started at
Florence, Ala-, by our old friepd R IL Madra,
merit of this town. Thouah aomewhat crook.
ed v in politics, we. -wish him great success, prcuni-,
l?.,X. T. .
u .i-.i.uu j. oiiii nrohiiji by
Innt -erentw: rst'h' tt'.iffV.iV "7.T""il'." i
i .. ,,...!. .a ... v ...l i. . , . -"ri
I ill Ik .... f
J he jme the cinpkliuu44 th iUWi.
Kail Kiwd, and the other, the cm
Wilmington and Roanoke Rm
mer ia litile short of 90 miles, and t,e 1,,,,
160, inakiuir togeiher nearly i50 luile rf
Rmd fmiiihed in N'ortli Carolina je, .
old S:ati : of North Cu'rolina, heretofurt M,5
tid wjtbj;tie epi t het pf Rip Van w,"
How many StnU) are there that can 'bo,
having 250 miles ofyRi Road , ul
cesful operation, begun and fmisi,, ;
pace of 2 of 3 year T ",X ,
Ti.n Riik iwt r.
. o ku voa m t
pn.au. woirnir, piojcciea oy yie patriot
enterprising cilisensof Raleigh, auHjottUL,
auNBiiieo oy iii'-(t auuacnpctons. , - V
Tke Slate jt would seem did not cotiiSi
single dollar to the, work Too much praiae,b3
Ibre.cahuot well he bestowed on tbe kdi'S
owning thia Kail Rgau. and most airwerely h
hope that tbej will reap the fruits of the,r p,,
iam and enlerpriie, io lurge profit, on their
They are richly deserving it.
-The lYiliningtwii and Roanoke' enterprin U
seTif another interesting feature 'ia the Rail tZi
itaviationot North Carolma, Tju road, u
stated, ia 100 mites in length, and i( chiefly
dobled to the 8tate for successAn (pproarLio,
of between six and seven hundred thousand bolli
from her funds, has enabled the Company to 4,
whit perhaps never would have been done, 84'
nevertheless, the mnnngers of this 'road, a bali k
the prida and boast of the Stale, certainly deter,
great credit Jot the energy and untiring unduttrj
by which it was accomplished We bone a.
aincerxdy, that this enterprizewill meet tl,e Li
bb uiiucipuuou 01 ma vompany, and richly i
m'ineraie them Ind the Slate for all in vestal 4 1
We here acknowledge the receipt from tke C
Puy ui puuio iDviiauon 10 join Ibea ea tk
15.1b. iosMo celebrate 4hi cwnpletioq of rhti aU,"
and rlkdlv would wa be imtiJtni a
V , . . "JK Hia a)
SUSriieiiMia 'tfi t niilrnri nf L j-v . .
... t ... v. nmm in.i.iM
pnvsrr-errgagrmeiiis prevent. s sav lesu
fellow citiwns on the subject of Internal Impiw-
meuis, go aaeaa. t - " '
S Of those-who -have l hd Caiie FearaFJu
Rail Road in safe keeping, we would rexsctMj j I
Where r: . ' .".
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CCT More - Whig- V$mmmf?.lt '..'
im," that a man's merit is to be roeawred bv tk,
estrmatiern in which his neighbors Md nri"""
tie applied to .en. narrion, his chance fbr puhEe .
favor is a poor one indeed. Read Ihe foUowinjj
mom ' 'dtonm Xosuo'OTsTaraatr- -
Mabihi Cocstt, March 16, lSW?i
Ma. MaoitaY Sie: VVe, theuhdersiffDed.Velievir'
iforflf T trisM fatlil lhs hinJAriiVikdrt.u.Li. 1 s
Masons and bolievinf,- we" du. that Uim'mm1
- - -1 m'M "'"i" u sv ixsiitMHitfetH ana a at i.
Mlhresten the dissolution uf the fJnwio: thril-. -."l.,!
draw, from tlie Whigs, and will vg fur ths litih 1
A ' 'V"1 SSt ratr irnars. .
No for a dose or two from Knox eonntv. ' RsUml
undersUnd. H is onsof the delenites . to tU?S!
convention, and he Ja ot Uiaonlyone that relnnnsfJ '
juSlecT with the fooleries of Federalism. 1
from Tie '.Wonii JVrno Bumur. J
i MORA KCRtWS- LOOSE: ' '
. .Ma. FiUJs: This is lo iatifV.ilit I iiMi.4.
to-trrs WhTr'pariy,but have kaVthem beesue lim
....... I.a t. . . . '
"ui'i" iij; iiwuuiiiona wnicn are not (uin,
or me reuempiion 01 meir notes; and L will.-ammi -p.t
tfie-Dfwocrirtie Ky.ljeMiiHe they are in hwof
mtkuig lbs sUckUii.let mdiVidnSitv- KliiSi-tir lifi'irr.
danlption of their noteiu 1 went to Columbus to tt
federal Ilarrwon Abolition ConventLm. .nJ i)!
f!nW lb4JiWtght it: was dituMiiij-'any Se.
ceni man. ir,.MlV AH MSI K(lfL
Centerburg, March 1 lr40. T
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fB,'T:LIJs: This is to tertifv, that 1 iii vote tin
Whig ticket in 1-33, bat I have 'seen the falsitv J da
senuuieiita of that party, and nhatl now mppott lb
Democratic party, for I believe in the principles c tie
uiaiiKirij. ., , i. H jyiAist til,
frturth-1; iirt-1, ;
Humors of trarchanges in Tfavor of Jlarrirt
in Ohio, have xen ptiUIihed In lle .derslfsprn ,
throogliout iheiountry . Well, in the. mme pi
per from wliich we take the above, we find letien
uublished from eight gentlemen of high staadltij
Irom various parts of the Slate, contradicting 1
mors that the? hacf chsuged for Harrison." Aai
such is about the truth of all the " changes for !!
rison," which are rung ia (he public ear by lit
federal pres to deceive the people. V
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Dit ittrovi Mate of Jamaica, oving to Xig
r.macifmri w. take Ihe following from m
New OHeane AmrriCNii, of March Tih'a
We are indebted JtoJh- Caprmrrnf tfiHcb'TOWr
j TwiiTolliea, says a Mobile paper, for files of Jr
maici psp-ra ta llM0ih 4lW-Tbey cHitaia eo,
TwpTtllairout of commercial news of interest.
Tlie Captain repretaita ihe Lland to be in a west
d-phrsble cowhliou." Tbe emancipated negrort ,
ere bumirer and desfrmmir htnldinira in everrai'
r v i i" r - .
rertbsi. So ereaf ari influence had thia) ceJanrn'f
i the value of property that the most vsluabrf
estates had lieen sold, in some instances, for oof
seventh of their original Cost.
M Perhap" siya the) Cornwall Chronicle of tw
th ult., " in th history of no nation is to be foutd
iu. MMnplele a depreejnttnn of praperfi1'.
Iik Ii lots taken place ti the, West Indies since lb
aboliiion of slavery. Such was to be expected al-
ter the law rani into operation, but certainly not
toihe; degree tu which it has fallen." . 7' .
".The praedl labor was atlsebed lo the wL -Ihe
a b lute prtiuert v of ihe master, which of its
firmed thejrtaiidnrof raiuntiou.Jo fact, the wesl'Ji
oTlhe imlivulunl wan calculated by tlie number sf
lila laborers, v They representd his money cspitsl,
but bv on imVn n'f Hritiah nnliev wis sntiihlUtes,
j - - . j- - j ,
at once, the strength of his hwbandry, without ob
taining a sufficient substitute for Hist ahichersl
'could be wielded lo hia Idvantace.'by the Veep;nj
up of the cultivation of the soil."
Gov.'Penington and hi Broad Seal TW
conduct of Gov. Pennington is bsppily illustrates
by the? follow in 2 : A certsin rtiam about to past 1
from time, failed in a acrilie to write his
the csirso of which he lev)iieathed to each
heirs a ) alnablc plantntioo Hhe sCribe sTi.ppeo'"
and said, "Sir, yen have no such property l
leath." Tlie dying man replied, " Sir, that si
none of your liiness it ia my wil ihey sho
have it1 ftnllunore rss).
Sorth VurdHut Hilil