infill a viul :iil uut? oiltriigeou a'l.ick on our rights;
1 liftd hetird you (hindered, villiliud, ond abused, '
the' non-slit veliotditig Whigs, who alone partition.
. led in the crusade again. t yon. Vou a re ably
ami faithfully defended ly Juil.'i Colquitt, M.ijor
C'ior, and Colonel Alford ; and I, with jour oth
ar Representatives, in anxiously eudeavmiug to
ulitjiin ihe tl.Kir to add our Voices fo'tlirj indignant
replication which had baen uttered in your behalf.
But the' prominent men of the llemocratic paity
nid No reserve your iecch for another occa
di ) i ; bur fiiend hero are prepured to sustain by
ihtir tola your risjht and tho interests of your
constituents." I scarcely believed them ; 1 feared
it w a hollow profession. But the critical tiio-i
went came; tho force of t!ia (o patties' were !
drawn i:n in k'lliln nrfiit-. unH lint rimdirt wa !
ixUml to begin. 1 flood by, alinnat breathle, with
iir.ticipitioti and eiititiiiiieiii ; lor I knew (but upon
the result of that vote all that we held dear and.
near to tw would be immediately alfi'Cted. '1 he
vote wa cakt ; we cume ouaht f the fitit viclo
liou safii, but acotciiedtf Who Achieved l!w vio
toty fur ui f Wiia Mtved u ? Who lx.ro u out Iri
uoipliatitly oikhi tli.it cvcr-iii!ir,nriiLle occasion ! I
aij-ner, upon my knowledge of tho ftict, the Ie.
- fliWHtie-pnrtyr " howere nor uneornpromitiuifj
opitKiiciitd to thu lnit ? t 8ier, upon my kuowl.
ftigo of the f.ici, every. Northern VVhijj m the
House, eae one, and four Southern Whty, among
hotu waa J. .tut Hell of Teiineiwee, the Whig cun
didate for 2peal.tr. Tweiity'Seren noil abivehold.
ing iKoiifxjinti voted with u, and Htinlaiiied im,
even tlmu(;ii it imht Im at the inminn iit rik and
liaiurd ol litoir own flttical aninliiUuoii. I Irank
ly eonfuM to you thnt the actioi of MrVan liu
ren' friend, on t hut occnuion, made an imlehble
impreiaiioii on imi, 1 care not fur tlieir previous
courtie, althongh .froto tho beginning it ha been
more favorable to u than that pureuud by the
W lii-s, g cun be proven by the Journals of the
llouad. I had witiii'ceil that day an net of pure
devotion to principle, on their part, which drew me
cloerto them, and cetwiiiced nie tbnt tlx y were
our natural allies. - Look, -I prey yowy to the
courae pursued by a Democratic Ht imtor from
Ohio, during (hi nettdion. lie wai charged by
mime of hi coiMtituent to present certain AbolU
lion petition to the Kena!. Did he, an the Whig
have regularly done; present them t No, he f-
fused to do it ; and, in an able and patriotic ttfrdtA
notiitd Jhe b'uit) publicly or In teluniil. Look
Zwmj&.tUlJUto,jii:. Sauator. on. .Mr. CaU
gtrrwg"thq-ptviei.t' w5Tir,'in' ttlti
l.-.:.. .-l.. -----
luvrtiij- ntfiua.it .i , .
TJfJUreiTK'hit a iltip or ve! on the high tea,
in time ol puice, .engaged in a Uwlul vovii(e,i ac
cording Uj the taws of nationa, under the eacluwve ju
risdiction ot tho Slate to which her Big belonutT;
niuchtoaaif constituting a part ft;oyni!oiiiam.4f,BM Kamy
T-"n,,fc1,P1B' ,rtMV ' ! "ld HTbeDemocralyofoura
iirt.vu rj virMi ui wesoirr or oint:r uiibvoiovuio usum-,
into tho port, and under the juriMhction of a iriendly
power, alio ndJi.t ...cargo, ud.pftaon on boaid, wiih
their property, and ail the right belonging to their
iierHuuti relatione, a eatablianrd by th law ot.the
iuiio, to which tlwjr belong, would be placed Under the
protection which the laws ot nationa extend to the un
-torinnale under ueh etfetifiMilsnce. trr: r -v; .. - S:
f Ritnlttd, That th brig Enterprise, which was
'" loreed unavoidably hy atrens of weatlier into Port
Hamilton, Bermuo Inland, while on a lawful vnyage
on the his;h eea iroin one port ot the Union to another,
ciMnca within the prmciplv embraced in the foregoing
rt'holutiorj; and that the seizure and detention ot the
negroeion board by th local autln rity ol ihe Inland,
- w tn aci m rtoiatttm or trie raws 01 nations, aim inn-
ly wtjukt -otit-wn Citiasenrto whonr they MffUS"."
'TnuaeTeoIulioniriictLy recognise our righl
..' - . f. property in our negroe; they were adop:
I :- -rr "alnvehnlding: V,'hrg; whtt a iolitftfy eitccptioiiah
j ented himself when that vote wo taken. Were
: all these actual demonstration to mako rioimpres-
! , . , v; ion on moLThey were proof to me', as strong as
j huly writ, Hint Martin Van Buron was a Northern
' mmi iriih Swthrrn fettirti't. I hnd heri'tofire
'douliteinir proresitions ; for he elut his fTTeiitle
had "ivoii no such actual rieinoiistrntion of their
go. Theso are recorded fasts, and agninst theinl
-hi errcrrinr rnay-artayvjf tney- ptise,-ni y
in thu District of Columbia. Action sjieak luiid
cr than words, and I am bound to supjiort him as
- long n he supports U upon the question of aboli
- tion ; espocinlly wlwn bi opponent, morn ohjoc
lionablu on that score then he himself is, is support
ed by the Northern Whig parly, wuoe course on
this absorbing question is dead againut a. Mr.
' an Indeien'lcnt Treasury be i op)iocd to inter
mil improvement by the General Government ; he
t Apposed to tho assutuptinn, by !ie Fodcrnl Utiv
crument, of the debts of thn State. mi atti
red I hut he i opposed to a high protective Is nil';
.and I refer you to all his nie!aeiti'ce the extra
esiun ot 1337, for a iiotterful and able eniKmition
.f tnsny of our own Slate Rights doctrines. I will
not (lelain you with U.J ebumimt pruol ot al
iheso aasertiona at this tir.u. 1 huve tiieui wit
me, and shall with our perniissiwi, exhibit them
to you during the next summer, for your own sat
isfjetion." " ' 7T ' "
iFfMt th AV9 Vorik Ewtuinf I'onl.
'-. If any iT our grave and sober citiiens who are
fathers or young men tie.Inng'nj to te I ippeca
Yoe dull in this city, sho-ifd CnJ thatuel'.t per
fectly t 1-ii.ure of a mie evenif,g when the chibs
urAtttUiafiatii Jaasacifcblo, fierbep U y wld eot
1 i ...... i 1 1 ........
is iu r employ mc mnu i.io i .:. ..... w.w
dropping in at tho meeting, which are public, in
:rd t t -tatiafy thenwelw whst thrrr sorts am
' slmut." Tl.ty "will then be able to jti !g fir thvm
eve whether thee promiscuous convivial rss:
"- cintion are prnjier thing to enciHirage, and whetii--er
the newspapers perfomi their duty in com
(ficndinu the.a and rouiimllini4lu.ii leadot to at
.' lemi. Have tuartJ limt llm w.ioir ot young
" v .. nitui who are seen at tiesn plsce in a tate,of in
t Ijxication u so greut a U. excite alnn een in
" nvinv who at first saw wiih asiwfaction the esti.b-
"' lithiweiH ( t lrjrpmirhiU s w psi I j 3rgir
' At thVAniiiioi Tenipeianeo C.Hieotiom.f the
State of Cooiiev-lkul, held it N llavew- a few
duy biitcs, Mr. Leonard B icon, e rlrrgyinwi, and
" S. we infer from hi language a Wii, nfteral!u
dm; to somo other causes which led to buck wli
' ding in toiniterance wild f ,
There is another reason why the cause of tend
perauce i retrogriiding. H is, (ud Ivay it with
" A no wialt, to olTond any per,) U i-owmg in a
.great measure 40 of recent Occurrences
Within "three or four mouths, intemperance, h
1 Injcome the badge of a political party ! The hard
m money hurnhug Wa Imrd enough- but the jard
-. cidgr htimleig will prove tnore disastroii to the
country? and more degrading to those concerned
111 it. " Yes, intelligent men who hv enjoyed the
- - . I benefit of christian leacliing and who live id a
. laud of gosjir l light are called upon to exhibit
their ehlhusiasm 10 a fiolilical tril'o, by drinking
. ' lis rd tider, made hWof by" hstd brsody, tor the
: Wy oCOen.: Ihrrisoul Vea-al lh- Cwivcn-
... .... :..'.- '.. ;$ '
lion iinrl r4.iiirt.i'i'-r'ifr, '! '.If mm
will' take liis first I. w.o o .!! ;ciN i
bring them to'ttir (ilr-'ln r the ,nt th
druiikmifs ie ' ' M..re 1 has "!! i-i-hii
will be mane drui.krd iu tw'H : ".nirii
cider entliuiani.' ' ,
From all we can learn e itsi Mi
that Mr. Bacon bus nut Wi w mtK tit ". a-
.over estimated" the lt:j;t-r. Miitf-wtir amy
thought, nf (be prudenr and fpMifi "
the nifcdMirea resorted to tiy tiit :u fciiiaiii f
temperance, there can J am B!-r,i.ssj wif. to)?
tmtn, thai it is must dewr i.ie 1b js- rvt cW i!'-
community h i mi mod ia lire ei-r2 8rr'm
of temperate haluU, and thai any j.fiee.,ipi!
that vice which hi the pareirt f s nmy ifcmw.
so ni-ich novcrtv. tin u tunnr tti wyirf S
most deplorable. T.'ie wl , Vw. p""(5
on ; jciiiig an rapidly, couta-joBv j ajMnaaf Ua.
all tho fury of a new iai , tdw ru jnetie f
S party whicn pretd 1 the vtiHie jiumn
of gotid rnantier of itmnl. Ifilkpe aajf
the Whig, any wboVaiae frtie mitm mud aftl'oi
well beiej oltlieif leln-aijea, romnet in
to loilt toll, tt-st hj tbeirenriiifrieal s 4 Cieur
8rrjiiiet.ee;Ke ttiey brrrig ttfwm ! wtraauisfj'
reater and iihio ''crniairMit 3 fia ?
even accordicj: to their - jKnian, ewt'll vfm
from keeping the preaeul AiaMOiHwiia .
!li;:aue-i in dtnrdr of tkt imnira (Tsao an
the mod difiieuit of aQ tnaiiwlje to cum : aI tbie
'name tiling m itue re'iafwe iuu ImJ ialiv '
Tliey wio l6ve eattbljeltod iine ttiiv af
drui!u!iineti., ttie Jo oWm, iil fini laalat l5t
the fire they iive kindied U u-t . wii 8 tiu-tr
biddii'i;. If Ilaniaoa kUxiid I wiirwwfwS, tbe
triiimpii will be CekbrattHl fcy Twiiu ; ff
la ahouid be.4e:aten, Im aduemrta ,a ttH r
ing it, drink to drowa rrw. 1 W
may be raznd to tl enrth, bul Tt lnArfi wlWdt
ha once taiien root wiQ aurmta aoi ts'm in
, atrenfth. - '
It m cerain!y a reruiirialJe furt ia lit j!.:.?iriJ
'history of tin country, th.rt a jmrry wtwiili itw
such IxutxtH of it lofty aiam, and i t.W wmut utl
iiitelhi,'ence of it members, tt'wuW m wiMtr hy
nide all the ri.niirw nieltmd i iwrmawmmi, x.1
dicaii(Hi of political pruimjiW ,tr uiiAiC fel'ury,,
end iiirmin an aiUnore wi14i a &tyr-u&tttg -.te.
nhould etbt:lih at-bool 4if iMntaik.uua, etW a
drunken cry for a aatcb-'(trd,aui mly nr" r--
ing the nmjnrity Ay auch tepedmc, Htn -
-method toeceed, we ahall ma iHW tViie
coiiililiiiu ol Hie A mrrtcuB wiiie Hal beaai xs
1MIHJETANT. LE1TO- v.
Chirring fntn Kmtvrtjs 11 taw iiil )
racy ot our inrr tMae luiftiilnif ro-
fully ftirthe princiriW of our revnj",i,4ini tMiiirt.
The npf-ou bold and ftflew cbaxacae: a. ftuml
KentiM-kian can never aprtrtA iti ioftrmA-gn-ik
electioneering of Gen. I iamaaa, mAetiuar-
ng a soldier aod a liirh-tiitwded A atencait (inars.
No man who properly jtj-rtfiiiiet tan eitiuK-
ter.or the booor of ttM coordry. cku fi&.m ca tit
sneaking course of IlarnaiW saicKT wfliBM
Kead lite folUtw itig W-tt-r freaa Mr. VTarUiiSr,, ef
lifiiinitteti, K M and tiiea stay rfcf smaa'tdr c&aar
IlurriHiij can havLi'f bemj Prodsta a s caaa
hd aod truly rfpuhltcaa a cao&.tnae Jit. Tm
Buren. Apj-earanco mm atow. gioi - HlStucm
frfttllfla klfll.l Mt TflbM ailfM.
lain. Ohio -AVu a
Jai tit Jfufuf l trswsv.
Ma. reiToa: I ri'eive "ta row W awW.- a nit7
These nonce ofpersunal frmidHni w 4 auf ny
nproriatefl; snd my only i-r4 tleA 1 n a-'iiWie-
to respoad njSrn.at.vely. f pr.vsi ml at jc
sent, iuiperio. sly den.ami ,udrv. pm.
. , , . , , ' "1 , . '
Here I mipht close, but troa the trsatt S oilis esc!.
it seem that my vole, at the new IVwiWaftniJ 4iortiuak
I. '-.i h,iliV, in 'nliu.' -i.nllin Hi m,r
J ii I i in. 1 I 1 1 1 -.1... n
,mm tti'liliiiaii sHOtMHiw im kk ,ijrwa!u..ty.M?
progress f Una great eaMiMtf-esvau n,f jastanwa-
tTTe "WTilgii inS IWiiincfatnT "vTiS aVW a is-i&uitiiair.
IhI With IfM"" Iimh'mi um jmr uiuuit- .
sionsasifleignity and inlerwtf tin iidujara .miumiil
That tiles csiclusiwiii are JiiroiirMi'W n.j vt .'.
cQil parly relatuMW, 1 0 sow suur !u.' anii Aasnur'f
I shall hot undertake to. discuss tte qjst-m
now presented for Hie soknua turtmiotin-li.ni uj nil
American peonie, ina nana lite ok-wihk .rit st uetlin
-i(m,rt at inir
mv jndement, much ol 'tie irf1 anl ':"'Htrai.ciij' " .. .. , r-s--;
!--- -.:rr r-r- K -"Ji"j 1. TlMTSe Dreseni lessioa. which revea Is facts of the
acter of this nl on wnl U'rrn.wH-
rrwrrwaui. i w Tti ji c i
mind has aullioriUtively Mttlftt tin '-ouauoh.Uiatttiiwnr
elHuld be Ul and uiMoal4?od artrtra ir: tta r.
iiiont triso all Bauks, Stale " Nalaatai. . 1 -Wmbs
nt "ad and IfJ Itfl the PreaiAmt it a to-iunj.ira.ic ia. ,,
uy upon the Burm-ritef ti wtfiH. 1 rt. seranrr at
ay, he m now in danger of lM.-k:kes. H BIkl5.
of the Harris mrg ltnveii'.sui, ti ifiOm-ua ut
alarming cleiiittsbj b ie. Jiamisua a at u
nmmnation. I he re it scmt-ihag m turn jifcH y gilii- ; taie care uf its own money w ithout the ant of these
hwophy. ..., . , ; Baakav In order to determine whether this is
I have lhoii?lil well nt Crf. llamssa. I l.a -1 ,
an ardent and animatr sefnorl as i wsa o Kf m Ibe House of Representative, on
friendly tn him ; ret, 1 coiiir ihit I itt'im to. -.til I tin. Ja.iuary, 1:KW, passed a Rtmlution re
r.rl orom'ltonJl.l' &f?iri 5lulj.ifr....,-wmrr tfte g-.,ataTT of the Trcasurv to examine
t'ered thret men in I'-incinnal te fHfl ink Lisa skmc
dishonnrahie (ptiitr lite Assecsnnm. Ta
refusal ot the lkrrishurg CodvouIkiii l jiuli.hft. to tut
world th principle by which is U lne mi kn
nd chararterised a a party, ei.1y jn;)iryl of na.ru,
in their politictl iritegnty. The awuugtj. i tt uarf
ever ticBi Hsrretoti by an arriirJ"jmTj.rr50F.'Mi!lia
sctjtiiesrenre ilwwis midv admosisfc mtOiifl Wat"-"
Jrtjo b? the x:rtw4Juwu aauJU
. " - m ninrnl tmrwir. 1 ftnrf wrw teli 'IMmttAi! itintf..
i " - - 1 . - . - - -
,...,. .a i..,,,- Himaua ttar Ine lwioer.
tin msa thou'tt te placed tn tb PrrwiOJinr ism m
bcasllierrftfenfntatn-eet Kiote prutrtffi. Htasniar
the effiir (tie reward rf crtbt? ci a rt m,earf e
vics, vrilmut rr-irard te twe rtinicfct irrw gitt wa.rt
iamcd by im csudidalrv t a,l war i i ftibua t
thir-tim .'rnmcrtt ,
Now, S'.r, I ars wholly enVl p m-kTi fs''.at
In ii mi i
juestiiini no t issu hiJixre ibe Anwssrar st.-iiR. .
Mr. Kim, in h. 1ale leu t ibe j-'jtt a r
trail, th prnf-nrl. a-vt f-ftmir4 W till suciilrxilia Jflufi.
sihilny, lht :ti;-n. Hrn-mi is ;.;.- .1 " a ual
tat tmrr-H 1 nr tjuvfintnin hit bj 1, in '-xv -v khis
ha m A v ; r agaih-d tbw xsi'trnw r wnrii.t to
think, that Chutii!Me ierlue Fee1tairy aaaw imf
hi 0iiiism t ai.rned. a , 1. rw-t. ttits u raw
Of the Union he mat r qm( tm pnf ad ts! CV ,
verse in another. Yet, caoui e1..ai-i 1; oua.iM;a.
tiiat not nely opna tiiw, lmt aipoa axt'T vmrt wt
that Cillers mta ihe e.mtw!, a tin-re a illt ntt ui
' I will not eharteOna. flstrisna rh.k Vratf taranal
w ith that p. litn al mais'ty; si-tict S cvrt toss ina
hold upes) our ylem, 1: ikiU- tl.i l"itirm.a.ie m.
there no xhs 1tv aMpuWlnan. I it3 an mwus
to him lb 1 moot sou sib. k avlnck. f 4 hm gwitr, ;
no itioemeut caa h bed lo sjiV." .m autry
deed,'or r the p;in-y nf an fm le. Sit it la
friends, with bm Corwont, eij k tjgrt to -"awti .
forther dlarstton principle tar Zi 4)4 ysV '
then is ht uoraliy ea lasih'kt jrm-m tsmmmae9
to this fanatical aect ! ilitCHuliKX fi.t uta stjuis
contra4 aiUi tl.e ,ua;amui.'t fvw.: ws if a,a ipp.
r,nt the i'remdwt of Uie Cmowb Ito-tsi turn
lieiatsd man t of hit N.trtasra fcjenOs, tf la am -
U t!i Kj.iMi an. Vot. nni litis intMiifinoi
wriK-n. I of Htciji which tliu ciHitry know
i' kr t'ctlii)'; vid imciinabie icivirance y dwty
i.lMa-Ki. hinuihW lntl of praise, but the iay w ft
.1 finC wiifMt.'ie jiiHiw'iilufthut nation will beawardetl,
! i;iia.tMi bj Uia iratiBiUtry inlliwiire of un excitwl pi
iloseai attHL'i,i. fturn t wii)it of thai character, in-
fw.tin m aiacn m nwiiiiaiHl prejnam.wiiu
.if ealaiuity and I cliuoi aiy aialioa en In aide,
j wi ff-a liiiiswlf an impnsMble harrier to lhee und
i Aftarii:, Mtbef than on hia enle, whoee potfition in at
j Ht4 equivocal,, and in regard to which he niaiiitains a
ojvltivreHia tdenc ' X
f "Wiih my luiiild poweniof observation, I cn we no
triumoh lu be achieved bv the election of General liar-
i PftuB, Imic Hw impl fuliiiiulion of one "t of oflicers
ft ntufaer. THia mijrhr be dewrnble, did it involve
; auilMg mure. Bbt ih country ootrhj.a'Uaha invoked
6 iti iTus in General JUrriison, when he in not
' wini(f to out hi trust in the country, but appeal to
m 'cmroti winniiem-e"- in advance, aa I uwitnoiiy
wtmwi tf hi aeerediteif ecramittee.
In eunMior lu tin eonclumon, it rive me preat pain
; a part from thoee with whom 1 have been politically
' aHMiciated I teet deeply inilebted to the county ol Fay
I Hf hi ita Ppeated aniutentation of kindness to me,
and have entiHavored to pay otf the dubt by a bithfol
; jHfict) at my Lime a rx I attention toit intereatnd
l)itmter. I tmst that the,debt i paid if Dot very
4l awaneafa f, Cit th annuaciatko ot my conctu-
virtratu I, uuu..hu jiuiwisiiuwui. ui; v"'-
.. . , I
mmw . DCtluiott.Iori'ver Dill II oui 01 mv powrr ui
4nmk if, however, the account i balnncf-d, we nhall
; aart m. peace. U. N. VVICKUrTli
i. j . .
' 11 1 1 - - - ' ' -
?alihuryt Friday, JlL 1, 1810.
&fttc Righti Republica TicM.
ROMULUS M; SAUNDERS.
4. - T o -'wT uvvwitii
f """,. fm fUmm K4 Damn HEN RY MILRtJt.
s;rrti.aaii wtuwji d. crawfokd:
, , DAVIDSON CO&NlY. 4 - V.
Ctmm-lL PHILIP HEDR1CK, and COL
AC7l!X HARtJRAVE. ... ' .
I km irwr hslu thai rtrrw Elector hat right
tr makt thit tall (tir hi political creed) Upon thou
f thtir riictt lit the renpleAOJHkTrut
. ' HJen. Harrisnn' declaration 'in 1824' '
1 mraK i tiik nrrroitiiiiTiAM Tn iNiwlt
w orai cotfcsi riow, kithsji ran ralon oa
fwaja." 4Uuv itairisoa answer to two genllemeo
who- itJ sa kirn with a letter, asking, in the most
mpvctfiit tonus, hi sentiments on the subject of Abo-
t m Th pifu u is that the General (Harrison) Ukit
1 naTaaa aaciaaaTtOn or bibcpimoss to mkrt ths
re a tie sib, stiu tetupyinit htt present wmion.
.- f Itiplf ef tJetk Harrison' "ComniitlCe' to Uie Os-
Wf"r Units Asueistiuo.
W ar rci'testcd to announce Jno. Sharer, Esq.
candidate to represent Rowan and Davie in the
, Ciniinmn of tho next Legii-lature.
; yjlKE 8 A UN i ICRS' APPOINTMENTS.
s". " Q rat Cand.date for (.
,wn"r- w,!f AUwm cb ol hi fellow-ctixen a. may
, piease la attend at th Rillowiug time and places : ,
! At Adieboro', Ramloiph County, Thursday, June 2fth
i At l.(.i'n''f.in. l)svul.-iu uo.- Miiturtlov.
iM h'-"T-1 "T
fAiAjfcsdle,. Buncueiba d - Tuetdai
0Tae Ciuwnvf i)anlH County, -will -ob-fnmi
the abnto liit of Judge Suundera' ap
pointment, thru be will address them in Lex ing
sua oo-Saturday, the '-Tth of this month.
LOSSES tU GOVERNMENT by the. BANKS.
i A document has been laid before Conures du-
axiet ooetitng character A our reader well
BDiet tone4iing character
C ilU)W t!w f,,. a(JTOcalM have been in the habit
e euestintly ecntendin that the Bank are not
j enly a great Blessing to the People, but aro necu-
k fewly ra the Government ; indeed, they insist
. . .
k 1 tJ" "overnuwui caonua ny any poioiiiiy,
ail ih Book ol the Department, ascertain va
rtMua au:ta and report them to the following Con-
' "pews which m the one now in session. Anions
tttner tact required to be ascertained, one was,
1 the anwsiBt of .pubjie moiieys...hicll had been
"'. yjf?...PlkMeiKili cxjmJ
bs, receivuit their note in payment of public
I ui the community to iugks fact brouglMto light
1 n 11 mis';
tllilt UJUTIllllPlll I1IU
j kist by drfidcationt of Banks, x million four
i-1"! 'mntf'f0'' thtiuMmi tetvn Anntrrd
iVeny firt dollars!
,! C- H"
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",1t "eeetved 1 thai 19, on the depreciation
f th v-rftie cj the note o received : This Inst is
vet down at THiaiirui killioas nime itr
aa AJBScvKTrT-rova thois.id kvim hcn
dib ajsw twcttt toLtAas, which, bt mg adtled
ts tho other aineunt, make the total . of Ua
vefnnwnt ly Banks, upward of forty onk jiil-
now oa txiiiAis .
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Ail tlu immeosc .sm has to be made up in tax-
e fcTtp.d 00 the penple, and yet, when Ibe Re-
iibueans lie eadeavorinjit to correct thce evils,jlidiite of the- party. Tbi we cooteml, i not nn. -w
see tlia owner sad otjicers of the Banks every j ly unaalc, bu is fraught wjth jreat danger" to the
aere me win m pumic ana start tneir can -
ft.hirj SC the Legislature, forCotigre, and for
uwr riMieocy, sparing oeimer money nor labor,
k eiamxain the power uf the Banking sy stem over
the country, and keep the great body of lb peo-
..i hm rjlijffl.t fur ll.eir bni-f.t. 'I'hey j"in in
with tho Aljt.litioni-.lH in briisyitis fi.rwurd a wor"U
out old mau for the Preideiicy, eotl even wem to
think that they can bnmbooide the people into hi
opport by raining panic-cry, nbout u hard times,'
drenchtila them with " bard ciiler," and draj-iiiiX
" log cabin " about." '
These actings and bufloonerie are an insult to .
the good sense and understanding of intelligent
men, and plainly how what the Bnnkite and
AbtditiouUt think of tho American people. -
Following the examplo ottheir Lrtthrcn Bt the
North, the Balwhury Fuiieraliat are preparing to
havs a Harrison celebration on the 4ih of July:
they think that the freemen of Rowan can be
caught in gull trap, with these Federal device
but let them mark, they will find themwlve aw
fully deceived. We have heard it related, that
sometime about the commencement of the Revo
lutinnary war, a British Lord held just such a re
velling, in the town of Salisbury, aa the Federalist
are about to have here on the 4th. The object of
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iImu Irfiril j luuiil wait In mnkfl I one! the 0I1 ect ot
the Federal fcnst i to make Federalist; "-The
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British Iwrd (ailed in hi expectation and waa
driven out of tlie ountry : the federalist will full
and be delealed here, and elsewhere. .'' .
' iSdtg pr me unner on cc viuwurn iruu. -
At the great hard cider Convention held in Balti
more a short time since, the Federal Whig car
ricd banner and flag of various eort, size, col
or and deVices. These, of course, were intended ,"
to indicate their feeling and phiscipli:. Among
mm ww : . .i t . ,r r ih
the rest wa one inscribed in glaring letter,' with
thetnottot .. ' -;';-py4
' tip.-ttli:. riBirF." 1
Ye hero we ace flung ut to the wind the
watchword, and rallying cry of the Federal Whig
party it is: TAHirrTiRirr ! r V
State Right men of the South are you to be '
numbered amongst those who " having eye aee
not," and. having understanding do not consider f
I Do you see i thi ominous inscription of jhe flarri?
aon party openly displayed and lloating on the
jRGIUdteagJ.'fft. will any of tLJaiig.e-y.uiaebtfa.,
under its shadow, to battle against your oldmend
and former comrade! Lome out lrom among
them before it ia lonjatu, fur rest nasured, if liar
risen and the Abolitionist are brought into power,
banner, but you will feel it in the weight of new
Taxes and new burdens imposed on us. 'To be
forewarned, if we are wise, is to, bo forearmed. 4
Sign enough, we have bad of fate, to tell, that
tliere is danger The people should arouse them
selves the ever-vigilant enemy of their rights
iiiiheCcld his .banner . unfurled, atid the
motto is tubs taxks I -
Tie AfWiiontifi. A pretty erociousqunrrel
ban lately occurred among thete gentry. The
dispute originated in a question- a boot what they
call " women's right P.ne set. of .them inua(lw.tbia paper xm the other side of the ipiejtioo.
on the privilege end propriety of women voting, ,
speaking and taking eqjial part in all their public
meeting; the' other set, on the contrary, main-
tain that tromea have no business to take an active
part in thu meeting, but ought, with all due mod
esty, to sit still, and look on in silence. A certain
Miss Abby Kelly takes the front miik in one of the
divisions; heads the Women, white, bluck, and
yellow, and lends them on to the assault ; she i
jaaid tQ. be quite aq-oruZr ix, and -raakoa--the-anti
aoiiUUtBua fily.,UftfUitdft,HiiitWI Im i ,laahinga-ofc
Jifejitta-achisin 4n their rank; and each party has or
gaiuaod fof ilsatfi -The Jiifiioui Garrison and
Miss Abby have lead off under their own ban
ners and tarried the greater part, if not all, Ibe
women with them ; while Arthur and Lewis Tap
pan hnve established a man society of their own.
Wliether or not they will ever get together again,
they Hre all too much alike to remain long separa
ted. Wo wish themho more harm, than that they
may make a perfect Kilkenny caso of it, and cat
euch other up "bair and hide."
THE ABOLITIONISTS int VAN BLEEN.
The Federal Whig and Abolitionists certainly
agree in one thing that U, in their hatred of Mr.
Van Buren-The New England Abolition Con
vention that met in Boston on Ihe 36th May, unani
mously adopted the following Resolution: -
" Retolred, That, by giving his casting vote, u Pro- '
sidt nt of the Senate of the United States, for estab
lnhinii a censnrshin oVer Ihe press, and by pledging
hinwelf before hi election, that " he must go into the
Presidential Chair, the inflexible and onco-npnimismg
opponent of any attempt on he part of Congrfs to
abolish lavery in the IMstrict of Columbis, rinst the - -wwhe
or the slaveholding tates,".Alarim3'M.Burea.
has been tnkde the tw)l of tlie slaveholding power, and
bas proved himself utterly hostile to the principles of
jtion Society at the age of .19 years, and say lliul -.
MB tjt.ll lio.djlo the same prmcipUs that ho did
, tlien ; the man who always
J hi heart to appropriate the
held il an obiect near
ruifiu. rtmiutt W
einanciiing the slave, or in mher wo,,!, who
PW-.the- poor man, ,0 pay fii the pr
peity of the rich.
A , WifionisBi and 'he,t federal ITni. It ia
not, we. believe, charged againist the Federal Whigs
of the South, that they are actually Abolitionists,
no ime tippo!s there are many of thai crew this
ideof Moii' and Dixori line; the charge is:
they are supporting a man for the Presidency, who
J not tmoted with the foulness of Abolitionism
himself," is nevertheles unqnestionnbly the can- .
1 Institution ani Kiyht of the Southern People.
J WecoutoWTlo that a is discreditable and drgra-
. ding to any rt id men in the Squth to act under
the Abolitiunuta, and with .them, this, and
any other question.1 What a fall, my country.
ul.eu ve M-e .S,it!,cni V,!,., ,,,! ,.
the dogru.faiit.il of playing w-eond (i,(a , ', '
vile families, and to be found act:n aid., bv 7
with them, in tliir ellurts to tramjile do'D v'
rigid and destroy cur Institutions; and a'l tr'
through the brco of prejudice agaitt Martin Va'
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We ask in all candor where is the Federal,
at Ihe South who desired to see Harrison norni.
natedt At the Harrisburg Convention ...
Southern Delegate toted against him, but t!,.
Abolitionist t had the control, and they did ContnJ
ney oeimunceu x my, aim procured the nomin,.
uon ui iiurnaon, aim mo ooutlicrn " Whig' hav
had to yit Uto come in under them, 'nd ea r
! "uw irora tnett htW
tatel Who would have thought this fimr
agol - Where ia now the pride and spirit of tU
Soulliern Federalist! Where their boasnwt
e? Have lliey given all up, and a a Ut hoi
hid biito iu inuir revnur ana eiieinie
Abolitionist? It ia indeed tootrue, thatitiseven
" But there is another 'Wrmln'aigin i in Tibia mit
ter. Tbere exists now not-ihe shadow of doulit
but thai the whole Federal Whig party t t)19'
North are falling into the Abolitiou ranbitW
aro acting with the Abolitionist in evory thin,
and even taking ihe name. Ia a few yeamm.'
there will be iw Wbig or Federal parly there jt
will be awallowed up and absorbed in the Abolition
band. There will, then, be but two parties:
Democratic Republican and the Abolition, if
Harrison should be elected it will be the case,
truly believe, in twelve month. -
We bave neither time nor apace now, but we in.
Wend to extract from the Journal of Congrea th
vote on Abolition questions, and show to our lemj.
An nfivt wppk itinl ltt NnrlliAni PA.Inut It-i
.- ....... i ...... -- .""mvm vui-rai , flin
have uniformly voteif against the South and for fly
AbnlitiooisU, while the Northern Democrat kin
manfully stood up for u with vote and voice to rs.
sisl their encroachments. I this not proof tj(5.'
eient hat we have nothing to hope or eipect ta
the Northern rederal whig party! . ... . .
" -Will Southern men of .any pol i t ical'"ai tK 'axiflbr
iteMriltlLikhilljSini intnd Vilh llww k
cendiaries! If thp leader do, wtrushjifjqjj
or the well meaning and honest of the people nil
folloyMhenv ,Some may shut their cyea wilfuliy--to
the danger of the present crisis ; other mtjbi '
IMJ.lluMl ja unanneat danger new Bi."""
Our only sure course ia to strengthen ths Den,
ocrats of the North ; fin they are fighting th bit.
tie for us, against Ihe most deadly enemy wo lure
ever had since the day of our existence a a nation.
(T Some of our Federal co-temporaries take
.J occasion to copy, with much apparent tatUtactioa,
every contemptible. publication irom the rederal
organ hero, such ai I lie late effort to make i lit
tle trading capital by misrepresenting i portion o!"
Mr. Fisher s remarks, but they ere particukrlr
careful never o even hint at any Ihing coptaVi x
mow, we know that in a political way. the conceal-
men! of fact i altogether in the line of their toe. 1
tion, and we morely wish to aA, if they cooiider
it bonorable Or dccetit to make tx parte report of
matters, anu reiue uie coininon justice ot correct
ing false statement, oral least, giving both aide,
whon with rathor " indecent hate " they have gn
tuitously extended ' their aid in Ihe propagation of ' ,
common low slander. J , '. t ,1
inkmirt. we-Bhould" jidg frolii ; what t!u'
i edoral pera ety, we- rmist conclude tbnt 1 n
Buren will hardly get a inwhrTcmrftrTeTlrctini.
For a while aller the nomination at Harrisburg.tb'j
did conclude to agree, that Van Buren would j
New Hampshire, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi,
and South Carolina, but latterly, they have take
away the lour first, and now they are even cyphering
thing it ia for the old General, that Jie hea these
" figurrin " literary 'Vmcn op hi siue If they
gi 00 at this rate, tbey will not Icaye Vao an inch
of grounrj to stand on,; .Perhaps, however, tT
are poly going tipou the principle of the fello vh
mode the, big wish.? He auheJ, that all ti
gold and silver, and ill the Bank note too,
locked Up in one great Bank house, and he bad l'
key. Some one told kirn, that he wa entirely l
exlravsgaot, that he ought to be eatisficd iik
all the g.dd and ailver, and leave the- Bnk
(or the rest of us. - Ah I. said he, my re!
whenever I do ieith, to mae a am wis whi' '
m at it-; J'':;
So, we auppoae, it is with the Federalists, vk'n
they brag, they make a am biao, but nel f1
they will make the" discovery that bragging
KT The Harrison Fedoralitit in iblfcreat pr!
know, that like a boy whistling in the dakilif
geniiemert .hve v to Jalk,big jiow, to kcjlh'f
I. ...... - ,. . . 7,...f..:.-Citrtn,!r?
ja''""' "r'.'-'ri . r
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we commeiiceH, wns to give them friondljf.jj
tinn, not to lake the word of their friend liorcto
confidently - and . " halloo before they fi o'
(he woods." w''';,'kK''''": - . -S
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The Utter of Mr, Ulct'ie.-We give in
ojhor column, a very able and interesting le"pf
from Mr. It. JV. WieUife.f. late Whig
Kenturky, of considerable character and ,l"""ef j
The views contained in hi letter, show him ,10,1 .
man of ability. He seta forth in acIer,conc's,
forcible manner, hi reasons for abandoning
Federal Whig artv, with Gen. Harrison '
hrd. Some nf the most conclusive aod uiwn
able of these are : " .-,n
J That iho. refusal of tho llarrisbtirg Coonn
to publish any of the priuciple of "' ,,.'',
party, is auflieieiil to impair any confidence
their political integrity.
th.it the submission of Harrion to lb
ding control of a Committee his tare keep'"'
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