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A D DREggJ
jfl TBR FREKMEJI and VOTE I Of WORTH CABOLIXA.
'The iminerwe importanee oftlrjejcXJIrcjiJfiiu
flMtiMiTvelfcxip tuierest bat awaken
rd, (brn our apolnuy for thia AdJrena to the Free
Aaaiui Votaof N'orih Carolina. , ,
CollwioiiaoT opinion, wliicli grow out of polili
ul cont rove rioa, are conducive in the end to the
ducovery of truth, and a frank ioveitiat1oD of the
meawre trf our "government ought 4tvyet te be
ducouragod. Dut every aober niirnkd man unites
, , ihe totitiinent that no-a daya thcrl too niuch
nawiva id too little reason ; too mucti Party and
!m tittle regard- for Principle 1n "the dicuion tf
uirt of our poblic oiricerii, thereje fearful riia.
egnrdof truth and juiti.ee. ,. . , ' ,
1 rue, the line" but wen a fearless exrure of
:rime, and a prejudicjie
i'TOr ifcmiili' may mil alwaya lie eay lo
lucover : but then it is certain that few of the ene-
fmieaof Mr. Yak Bcrkn teem to be sa watchful
observe U aa they are industrious to conceal it
iiod with the ftitoe opinion that our proppriiy mi
VttajmTgfWidThnt i firiirburjuJicioua exercitie oi"
M"ir authority by thn cormtitutioual ageiita of the
J'Miiile if dopotic. Theue thinga ought not to be to.
iDwre it no nation where all the nolid bloasing of
ira more enjnyed than they are in the United
ptei; and there never waaooe in which they are
mrcdtp Hie grfat boJy of tha Jteople by auefe
jSiukif tAcnfiCBs. The adiiuuiNtratmn of the Go
lernment ha bwm conducted by Mr. Va! Rtiiex,.
e btfTiVve, Willi "ua pore intention t, and eerlaioly
itb at rotiieciful a CoftMideTatioo for the fyininob
vJTtelmjra ofothorn, aa ever aeittaied thet'hirT1
lagmrate of any count rv ; and it w alike uiijumi
hkw aml-iiijuihi to - tie-petple,- to- itennuncfi
President tor f.iulia ho hat not been guilty of,
id to depreciate Ihe cimtlitmu of the country be
v (he high r.tnk it pmudly occupies. Why
I ciiiiiiiutioiml uutliorme oHhtt bifid, or taught I
III IIIUllll'll II11IIU1I ui iiiu v. w VVI IllllVIlt 1 ll.JJF nw
rnx-d, except there lie tiome with to reconcile
em to it overthrow ?
IHh IM'K W-l MTIHT mi t
fa oltaloiits and character io ejC01"1 r j;Ht;eJa?.,J'ilM epeeubii wwsi'j'
POTWTCVcTbT SOtn as are mere tools ol lac-
"Tr.-ir-niti7tnr ?it't nra m.M i.... u 1.1 a.
fm, ind cultivate a higher and nobler aim thau
ire1y to render odioun those who are poi4e!if.'d of
fitnt in the Governmeitt, in order that they may
k dutpositessed and others niay vault into their va
f Hat Mr. Van BcrkV been treacherous lo the
, -iijios and the principles upon which ho was ele
'.ed lu his present high station f Let hit H s
iDMty be proved by t resenting the facts to our
"ii-MUmling 1 'Are Ihe measure of his A'lminu
itioo unwise or unconstitutional I Let it be shown
n ippeal to our reesou ! Do his opponents pro
measures which are better foi tha Uepublic f
I them bo pointed out and recommended (o our
jtMCnts f " l)o hia enemies hold doctrine that
? a more congenial to the rights of he People?
' 1 then) declare such sentiments plainly and uu
rrvvd'.y, and leave airinToltlgent Cdiiimunity to
f.il : lXies the Premdmit hido hi opinions and
ki the- orn enunciation of hi political princi.
1 Let hia enumioa shew this, by . exhibiting
ir tills upon kirn for an expremion of his seuti
on, with his refusal to answer I hem ! If those
,10 ate resisting (he election of llie. Ptetiidnnt a
" '-wii tcrrn arwMM.ra-trNtrif Jfo.
nW1ICe 1h"esl"hen"i1iey have no right
fmplainwhen Ihe clamors liy whicli so many
h endeavoring to alarm the public mindvare re
r coated a's the mere ravingrof disapixiinted am-
'ion or the muttering of a factious spirit j whose
Jwica depends upon creaimg political discord
' wtie would sink into" insignificance in a time
T'w Republican psity,the frienrls of the Ad-
i"raiion, believe that ihe President is entitled
i'iViie confidence and relying upon the intellj;
1 - m nt, rriiplfl, wa r-arlvsiily inritn nn tthih1
into the facts. If these do not establish
tf aimanr M. l.. I. U. -t f
i.'ple,they have aeose to see it and Ihe right
rfn him mi of office.- If these do not fix a
J wi iii ft to mo voi'inili wi
t"ch upon hit enemies who have been most
'pcauy deceived in their character.
" CHAPTER I. :
V . ,
! i t j few. r ai r a usiit y
'November, 1630, Mr. Vas Bphb wa elec
ir'idcnt. In March, 1837, he KkA posse
y that high station, in accordance with the
'dilution and the will of a msjoniy ; and in hit
ptral Address he npenly rebuked the funatic.al
of Aholition, by a clear declaration of his
'gutted hostility 10 it. A before hia chxjtion
hj'1 pledged himsolf inflexibly lo resist this
.'' f discord, so did he now renew that vow
thenation and llie world and give aurnnce
;f (ple that he would VETO anv bill which
: be paswd. on the subject I He hei-ded not ih
f,v'"!? of the fanatics, and bent only upon
Hght, he also overlooked the unmerited di-
Wa he not faithful and wise and patriotic in
' thief-. - v..
vIu less than three month alter h. adminbitra
lion begun, and be.lore he had do a tingle act
which by the rrinoto(siiiUiy could have bad
any injurious eif- cl uhiu ih DniJU, thrwi of ihemfprod, it
in wuicn ino putiiic treasure wu depwued, from
one end tf the Union to the rther, etofijd pay.
Hi-ml bptrnTZttSSUwi 'K-trayed the na
. tion'a lru Whig Uunk end Dank Whia forth.
" with united in a common caima of hcwuliiy to Ihe
Adminif atiuu." These a felt ot the U onimput "
wero no aorjorr guilty of tint dishmieatv. than
ikey became favorite f the oppotition, and tbey !
iiiitc camea on a jmni wai la re against Ihe Adnua
Htratioa ever nince. No little einharraineot was
elerieneed in executing the lawa, after all the
.''money 'ot the nnftsn had been eeix-d by the keep
ers' of it ; and io September, 1S37, the resiJoul
convened Congress to advise and to provide by law
i. for the relief (k t ie people and their UovermnMiU
Iq compliance with the mandate of the Constitu
tion j, ho ia bound to give Cong rest information of
the atate ol the Union and recommend to their
consideration tuch measures at be shall jdqt e
etmfumd 'erpfdkiU.'' rirticle 2. Boclion 3 1
He had w right to be ailetit.eveo if he had desired
to shrink lroio hi duty. -
Tb-onneclion between Bsnks and the Govern-!
- ment having been dissolved 1y the faithlessness pfjomf too that if the banking power of tlii
me Dunne, tryi I'resident " judged it neeesmryi
ana expenient to have lujthmjj more to do with
. them t To dioret Dank and State i To sepkrate
' the lianlct aod Puliliet: To let the Banks alone,
and to put no mae of the public inoney into their
nanus J ana believing tins, he met th renpoowbili
: typt bia oiriceaud-t BayoHHi;ii g it-acearxU
V in.fc.T!,?, H THB VEI'K.VDENTTREA
-Ditflhe PrfeM PWf ftg.fmlcaffir.,imM0
sWsiWmiwHVAT3MTr,.T!. . L .t a s - 1
mnnded it also urged it upon Concrena lo auircest
some plan for keeping and disbursing the public
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any aucn a one cgnkj be devised ; and he also dis
linclly promised to give to their will his most
hearty erkoperation. There being a majority in
the (louse of Jtepresentalivea who were hostile to
the' Administration, they reioctod the JxnaBtx.
ORAfTBBAauBT, but proposed no aubatitute in itt
ate id. . - -'.' ,
,It there any fault in the President lieref
' .rAgainr The" same Kepresentatives of the Peo?
tple met in Congress in December, 1837. It as
the same Gmgreaa at another setion Did the
President attack their right of independent judg
ment or exhibit in any form the insolence of urTice!
Oft the contrary, tie ''raTrnTy reviewed the ohjec
lions that JJ inks and partimna had urged against
Lhp IxDJirEaotwr TaKAsoaT, amt-pomterl unhe
daring impudence with which the lUnka had r.
, rav-d themselvit against the country ; and seeing
--k.-.iiM..i:...w .l. I ..- -'l ". ' . -.."''
n" ununuio un sunomie suoiuissioa ia ma irre
sponsible control (f associated yrcallli, or the adop.
tioii of some system which like the ImVpondVut
Trensury would m ike it the interest of the Banks
to be honest and let politirs alone, be was com
pelled, bv his oath, his nnirioi
.. . .
.r lie did it and tlie
sied their asseriT TO ttr
I lJa of JieuruseMatHies -refiwed
Mr. Van Burcn did not stop here. II entreated
sornfflaf .prescribing .severe ptm'ishmnnts agaiuat
public aeents who should steal the nuMie monev.
.a .iln ifA.1. .r ir. 1-1: r I..I
wi'w it'iu-ui iKTpitTvuiiiauvcs njiuseo iio?ir
aaul to Uii aUw. ,...,..--
He deprrcatcJ lo Coneresa tho allowance of any
large discretion in the Executive over the public
purse. He pointed out to your RcpVnspntnlive
ponded tho existing laws for jojjulatinir tho Trea
awry of the Ionian, and earnestly invoked the m'd
of this the law giving power to puss some bill
which would take Ihe purse oit of Executive dis
cretion and put it, where it should be, under the
I 1- lr a.
gusniisusiiip 01 i,.iw, ana 11 mey am nm eoncnr
i'i the measures he "judged expedient and neces-!
sary," then lo devise some belter, one fir Ihe per-;
manuiit relief of tha Poople and thir Govvrnm'mt.
His words we do not profess to repeat, but only the
substance of his recommnndiiions.
Now,wliH more could II r do T -Those reasons 1
bio frecoininemlaliona" of our President pissed in
llie Senate, bu they wero rjucted iu the other
branch of (ingress ; and finally nothing at all icot
donf;. A Hong session of seven mouths or morf
was coQsiimod ioijrmirtg new parties; starling
candLlato for President, aod in vmlent iovertrvea
against our Rulers: but no. ncl.waa uaasotLand we
KBpresontatives ever seriously prtfxmtd any nu):
sure instead of thia Indepcndeiit Tn-a-mry and the
others which they had rej"ctod. Now what lea
could any Congress have done for the good of the
nation I hv
it patriotic to leave the cuiitr-
iry laws, of some sort, for keninr,-artd pocket TEN THOUSAND
the public money and guarding
'dishonest use of itfvUM the People snswer for
themselves ! Let the immensp default rlf S meinour
and Price, after (hit nealcct by, Congress, aid
Ihem in deter intnuig the question how fsr it srsi
priS'f I I dTlarn tuch otlooce jtlonui and punish
Ajain :,The same Congress met in December,
whioh, however, expired by law on the 4'h
Marcfi,'WW.To give place 10 Ihe present Con-
gress, more lren Irom the people.
-t-ne-fivniu'iur iB'ri iri.uuimcnam mis ims-
. sure to any Oong res which hsd been elected to op
pone it-1 A ery fafge proportion of that Conijress
which prfeded the present one, was chosen hy the
people before the bank rxpbtsion of 137, Ind be
fire the President recommended the Ilependi-itt
Treasury at all. lie " belie red " in llie language
of tha .Constitution, that this measure wa Mri;ie
dient and ccearg.n' Ilia experience and ssga
ciiyaupplied noeiherthat llie Constitution senc
tioped. "The wisdojn of (kmgret. although ihrie
assembled, aujigested oon ; but ht .llTe very first
election of Representative to another Con:rcs
the people hive sanctioned t'ii recwnmendiitioVi
of Ihe Presidonr. Hn et tod firm ami unmoved
when timid, counsellor shrank and treacherous
Democrat forsook the people' etandard,- under
the combined pressure of p'irfy clamor and bunk
. panies. " In tliisalrine bus lha Pn-iilenVuffi-nded."
' To overturn tho Adiuipintratioo and sostaia (he
L'anks, election hive been lrVi!w!onl!y corHluclftd;
and WMjaiKigt ment r--rt4 1 by Si'ate f jnctimt
aric o iwjiteract tho p iSIic t.ice But in vin;
th prt"?iit Ctmgnyi, mhtoh It the first and only
aia leifJinwrT5j?' I;4lenenkni .Treasury vat
proposed, is t.iir eipkoeut of the piulr : siiill
un uiai kiijtu ami a meyfH aie 0 IrfVor
l- V.. n .-.-"-l .-
mm inrmj w ttiuhic!i;i,iiiikj. , n iiaitw
Mt ine oeiuue nu iu pW lo tue I.mii ol
nwroiaiivea, in ooeuience to the wiH ,t the rKO.
PLY', and against the nilauce of right kandrtd
ranks. ;. .; .:. w. f ,
What triumph to Democracy I What a re
proof to the treachery of venal poiiticmrts ! What
a rebuke lo the insolence of Party! Wbot an evi
dence of virtue hi our Presideut! What sohn-
did proof of the integrity of the . People, aod of
ttieir capacity lor euli-guveniment f Had this con
flict terminated against the Admiui ration, it
would have been a tiiumph of the Banks oer the
Government of the United State!.,, if servility
to party aod cowardly apjreherwottS of hard
limes' haJ-Gnally defeated loo Republicaiie to this
eoiiit, we solemnly bt-liete it would nave ching.
ec our HJovernmetittTiiF all practical iiuruoetw',
from a Governmept of A! EX to a DoootiMn of
I his i no empty declamation. The uoprcjudi
eed exercise of hi COOtimiB miM Kill vtialilu hi.
this country can bring Hie voter and Govetament
to submit lo their docU we-. tbat lhe banks are
" to atop peymrut kt ph-asure, and the law dare
not enforce ohednce to their charter oblisationa.
for (ear of rum to the pcopiu, end thai out Free
H Goveroment cannot be eooducted without he
- j.aiJ nf a kml,", tlV tU reprbhean
tkma of Aertee will be virtually' overiur
tliA aalnc'if T tT Ka rfuL i.t s.wUM a I.,,,.
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ouiwd ra JryjitiemsjfijC
who ia prepared lor Ihitf, Such . principle
once put into pracUe and manured by time, nbo
can tiier be reversed I We are tar frnw asecrt-
ing that all those who have beea bosttl to the
Administration were deliberately planning an over
throw of popular liberty 1 lut where ibis ia'the
consequence of their party operatiwit, what mat-
ters- it-lo the-peopw,- ir Those who "destroy their
rights bad do evil .sraruwa. We speak of pub
(ic dangers proceedipg trom Ihe act of politician
and having nothing lo do with lite peraoml mo
tives of our opponents. ,v
lit this hasty but JkithfuT sketch, you have a
history of the most prnrmneol measures of the
A dininisl ration tw&, oi the warfare that has been
waged against the President. Ymi m hi it bow
he has 60 niareproseoted, and how hi oppo
nent have factmusly rvsisW alt his eflrls to car-.
ry m !""GovvfMiieri, ejipmmg every Ihing and
propomag nothing.,, Jou see w it I 1ms h-arlesa
ttanil ilr. Van Burea hat laaea infeoee of th
Constitution, " and the self-sacrificing' aal with
winch he hst mantnim-d iT7apj bat lue combine,
tmns of associated wnalih ind imtrdriaie pany
spirit. For himself, it had been easier to beirav
his trust ! for his, CoumVr, hw ehiai.sit thit be
h.wiestvofjiis Jii.rr:e miahl tiaAw hn-ycrtntv
"aT'ri'pif'aiHai. But he was ncht, and ihe - sreood
syhfr thought r-f ihe pn-(fli
"tie wialtt! tiiirt",r
owe it to
and to themsevM to shew their eonfi.lence,
unariv acclamations I . .. .
But Iho enemies Mr. Vsn B iren, seeing
that Ihe Independent Treasury must anon poss, ia
spite of all their d'urtyresjst
atrtlWragreae, atiTaniTcVpatiog how a short
exierii"nce will falsify their cUmore against it,
have lately I we red the tune ef ibeir dermncia 1
pini.u in respect lo the lodepeodent Treasury arJ
are laoormg 10 exene opposition, and lo linte llmir
part) ' inteirti'Sw lo fix upn thi country an irrever
sible bank dymisiy. bv tlwir cries f'r rttrtHckmnt
and rrfvm in the Expetutt of the Government.
Uave Ihey proposed any bill to decrease ihe num.
ier or w tetane or ORicert I O.ie (act at worth
a hiutdred profeswonal W believe that there
haslieen but one measure of the kuxl, viz : o di-HHwuh-
trie vrrlary of the Cosmuotnisrr of Pen
tioni. It passed by the aid of DrmocraUr rotrs,
and llie President had no hesiniHM in approvir it
But no Kroner was this done, than these economi
cal statesmen of ihe AHWHttion bocaioe dissalis-
fied with their work, and have been eadeayoring
to Hdo it ever since.- Having discovered, to ibeir
XltitMioXttgJ'Tr' views of the .matter
of eetaiOiny weie; aftogeilier changed ! Have
Ijey snt tueir time t Congrese in toting or
In talking f Have Ihey not wasted the public
ea . ...
nnmry oy vonnsj -jai).t" 10 one fruiter auBi-
kicnt to enible hfrt, it lt
irrilJhe work toevnh
1H ILL A R8
for his share nf profit f Hive they notel'ognher
negmried llie appropriate duties of regis! ition, and
a . i . 11 r n . , .
convi:nrxi no iiousti oi nrpresentativee lnto a
I real theatre for Prst.tent making aod anmakiuirf
i nn ui.wii.wi an nintmr. win ii ln !.
lenx'id their discussion upon the auhject t)f lh
public expendiiurwi have been to lately exposed
by the "Jaeti andgirrr " of Mr. C oWs speech,
mat very iiHin njf DC ad Jed to laoin. -Vveean-no
too earnestly commend that 'able and conchi.
i.ye.WsrbtiiUal - f4yfNirtlT
ttewmmtfin lEeir delenoe ; ahd Ih
aim iinnMlii.li-MH aaiuimmiI iT L. 1 J ...... C
portrse it, if he dsres to give truth fair ply. '
We are in no mm- tin advocate Ctr extrava
jsnce. v All Adiuirn'ati nt hatu h7i al
ways will lie, imposed opon by ome'V their oG
rs. Il U.ta M of human Oa' ire, and the bel,
if nut lim only presorrative a?aiast tle Govern
om-i.i ... A iig etirevagam wy frasra llie
.. r . i i . ... . ..I
, ufc i n-7 rjiMiwi aiwsys nivw tpent, a l I
""i "i"'!"' oi nrj, ii uin people Consent
to let it lie collected from their paclrtn and put in
to a public TV"3'-"ry. Tlie pMi A Jinmiiration
arid its sopjvrr-i generally have cswiisiitly S'lvo
eatedtht dodriue, atrt have, 'ther-fore. resisted
any l-crae of thi Ttrif or 7"axf.-These
lanfftaxee have levn gradually reioi-in? tiieler
the " Compromi Acir ever scice Mr. Van Re
ren came in't nlfice; and it ia the policy .f hm
friend IoIti thete taiet dam,' Thai Act ex.
pire. soin, trsi the n'Tt Ai-tm:'rsii w
Turif. Thi AdmunitratK ifm;jin,
ed la th policy of Itrywr thtm larrs f jt.
It (jam not and catinxt ei'aockia sii-.t pm'-'.
' How fur, tlwrt-fire, it id te irui- iatj N
of eh me it for out. whose puUc m -ajmtAr! fnm
L-djt'i public ejt) any U Gcfl. ilamns
views w this aod other great, -4
, .fur Too to ORternine only repejia tt.at
-sty wilt never m practical ) irwN'ai 'weft fTaeif at:ecpta to play pHi the tjmp.uhic of
tun people are lurf more itia is 'tatoreeary W a.tW f? aw, are iigwiinj the intelligent, futi
cheap admioistraiion f. their Goter-wwrtt. If' inswi ting lite hitiUfvorrr f North (Carolina, by
svowy it paid into the Trrary, srm&c cf Cm tUm a I.IMI CAfclX AND H.K1
grtimmUbyrtt0ptnditf A, r. . !HEa CANDIDATE," Ua!ieed hia earlier.
. Bet wliy all this clamor artHt Mr. Va lijft I aJ aajre Ju-UFp-Mted frien Wir fcr LOG CA It.
ahoot the expend
ott the exnenditares of te Govrnuneol ! , I j
, bis fault thai Ihe apropriHlim are rxlrvag4 1
By no means. , Can the Prswukait anaie law ei-
' thier to expend or to save our ntoory ? The Coo
aritution aosners, A O. Can l.e lake AalUr out
tX the Treasury, except what the Acts of Cmrra
command him to expend ! Tie CotiiiUij ao
ers, AO. Can he re'ue to ajp!y the j!Uc
money which is appropriated by Origrea lo mc.fr
purpose a the LAW Ttsetf-ref it:VTSet
approves the object w! TV- Cwsti:.
ag;no aiwwrs, HE CAXXOT. ,Jl PrtasJesji,
- Uiervfore, -baa no legtslatrve powers, nt" eoaiw,
no control Over the publie mouy and lite tty uit
turee of the Govern milt frtrpt Vmrs'i ftnt
B'fore a liw ia ptsaed be aaay rrcaunttJ tl loiti
Coosiderahon of Cogr? SrweJ After h8
. is pal by Omgre t.e may TEtO it. Xr,
-t if Mr. y-in Buren baa faded: to itrcie iV-- La
. only constitutional power, or ertrwr u tyeeaj to a
piopor msiinert and thereby has ptrmitli d say
travagance which be might have prevent-!!, hjsi
Jlom. grt. thf facts 1-Tirt Ua . jKuaiaaeseV
-4hkm 4fifriiHMld t-":f ifhjf W'l-ipeiBiaje tw -C5ea.::
greaa for these. See there bwearuet!y aaJ ee-
atantly he ha pressed it upoa ijwigr to aw sv
member of the lloiiee. m a puW ptrk, for rewg
too far T Were not hia oppoir4t dispoael to cetaaore
him for bia exceeding anxiety to prevent eilraia
garit appropriatiofi t - lid ik4 some of tWr eV
eoorice hiio at a treapaaser p the rigbtff CVet
gress f STcamf I lis V'rro. Trie PecMdeot eaav
Bt rightfulfy veto any Ulf which barely apprapri
ties money to carry into rS.fl a law aleedy i
force."TTb"iawulJ be exertiag the tyram pewtt
-of tuipendiw; jrt, not the coustitutt;!! power .
vrto ursHi a bill. Again : If Ixm-reat pes a k3
providing the meaiis neccassiry to carry oo !be
rations of the Ciovernmrot, altbougli st nay ex
"- tain nufnerous items of enpar JotSible calrata
trkiek bf liWaurfsei ought to be rea,t the
. P.resideui .Caiiaut jeto- 4hm, -becMe -fc "I
powr to ndosj partef Uu tillmlltmd tit al -V
llf cana.it veto Vxtrr!fet i't aur aJ
prov1 of I lie vest LI roesk trs A LL r
of ALL!Jf he due llta JLrsi. the wbttJ. ii
vernmenl will be flopped. If, lo avoid thia, be
adptj the ntb'-r ahernrtive, tWse extrava;aM ap
propria ion are efl tcled ia npite fif Lim. Now, ef
tf-r thii fur e xpiwiUiin iaUo PjttwJV sowira.
: ' i -ii ' a .
11 1 on irrr-n i'j.r.nui l mm ruuifrnju j 'rn 11
sierJfrtiwraTvrf urtcTf T37y'iluu"jiiWsi
during Mr. Van PnrrnitJXilmiMittrMtiiri that aV
TmtTtTKaM rrioeJad rirre Ac lea mat date aw
If there hfabeen any such officval d- Uvrisnrj in
.the President it is on the.rriw.jsjrtjiasd
LMarrum yrtttnnmXomi itlicmt Srrrrt
r ComttttLg Cett'e Hard CSAr, 4,
' If Mr. Va BcaaVt merit wereevea lev tha -1
Ilia friernl suppose; there is so Btuca ia the rourwe
ind.eharaciar oCtba oppotiUuo- tW prwdeitt cms
pie to renal and condemn, tnat incse anight ol
tliemselre force n iate a sufipnr: of this A ta.tuv
tmtion, riJ t i vouj for thelra-electiou of the Pvw
ident. Guided by the secret cou'iseU of aaj irret
poiwihle Executive Cnmmitte ' he party wbch
lieretoiore abused the fewrtrs s'em, hive a4e
ld the evil Ihey once alf-cted to abanr and bare
fearfully enlarged opon it practice. TV eld -
rut plan, opon which ibe RpuUiraa Ummimn ni
Congress used to nomtoata a CauJiJate (ur Pre
dent, waa voe by which they ati met opetJv lv!i
. er, to eetect the twrlividoat Tlin pt& t red, sixl
then they laid his PnnnpUt brfart the pfWc, a
well as hia NAME. Bot now, thi is suUiiitft
bv a private astnetatmo of Stemhrrt f C-oarr,
who lay before Ihe VeoAe the NAME of iW
Kder, bJt bide from Ibe public eye the PRIXCl
PLES of their caiUidate ior Ibe Preaicbcr.
I : i A ; jwrty whalad hendafur eWpeeeated rhe eW
Ibe UiiiKltBl4 tha or, refkliuf, ami fa
mine," are now banded with otbera to place suo
firesi Jential chair a candidate, wboe chief sweni
iei in Ihe fct that he haa bnca a General ; and it
is not the leaat remarkable svmoogei H i&-vc-dem
of Ihis exirsurilinary trrgiversatMei, thai a
prttpotrr ef the II ui ford Cnvetio taaoaU tbcar
Central M Executive Co wmittee " !J . -
A party who had preteoded It asaieww in the
public wilt against Ibe United Sutef Bank, bare
now united their t'.rengiU to thw Btlst stxt tS--r
B'lliicatUI and i" iiX-oia, to l ir ibe envotrv into
creating another .N ATIONAL BANK; aod ibe
consciences of sutb oi t tern as bad srrqjet tmosi
.the M const iiutiooal enei'io," have so far vi'-lied
' to the potent charm of a prelended nerezmtw "
- ri ITssTse ihu''seheJivr-vf-iw raMi" '
v A wm jA m 8,e W
tor VKxjTinij ine uonKtiiiiiioi, a at J evnl p s;
to Abitli tan, in so much, that they aaw in r? Ibe
gieatesi dnjer, aol with a Vim, a Sort tj ;
II J 4 rrunm IB 1KB IJ OS CVMI 4SSJiJ'jjt.
m i.-S m're to be tiuod tn our action agaiot the
a.luioniis j a psrty who practiced toward aS
WfM a cm-nendaUe i"wloun-, end n tnme
an intolertnt distroti sbout Ah .lit i; extu they
. have Ireom- time eernng pslila.l, and aciw-
. ally u.iitel with the FAWinr bo-h, t!,e at
. didate for President, who i too- !i,b o rrjeeJ the
mo'o 04 ine Afrxitionista, au4 loo cowardly le
embrace it npenly,
i A par'y whose h ideps T,'ad preenmp'urjosJy loo
nirea me spirit oj mrrte.a lnncracy, ct if k
'were a tnrhutnnt dMnot of disorder, and saw ia
fry warning rxiust the anc.roachiwnts of as
sociated w-Hi:h" and every allton lothe Riglt$
, of Vhe MAXY sign of eytl timr and attacks
npoo lue g-od HV uf sjneioty and perattinnrf ot
-.'S bf Virrr f. nrw, ir f.r.9 rSiii!p lo nil l'
Itrfanaof Au-iyiv lor aiarimn to pubiiri. nun
as-d pru t !in j tn piplu iltef turn ' r mli )
iht t if rt!n anr Cvrmr'i ainf thcirti-ivernmeiif
ta if.frrt ... . '," ',-; '': y .
Adltse rropriftcrgtif Mil!imtjwd . ort ..
nf Fiuict Lu '! by Stvifors and oijiers, huve
berusbe iMttkuty curt-J 4 alt tricir apprelierwioue
abmaJ array one tlasn'of sjneiety a a Hint au
vhtrf I he I'iwrajtuiKrt the ftrl," and m their
i.i tetakts by approuw:"w laws which denied to
a free-iraa kisrnght of SUFFRAGE, onless h
M I -REFJfOLI) WORTH OSIUlUXURKDi -IK)LLAftS,ao.J
who evinced bw love for " ItJOtt
FOLK5 by auofri.ig lows to SELLlTwm for
Fires, aivd to WHIP the'a boMoVa for leaving"' '
iVir MISTER'S service ! ""n ' , ; - -.Fe'ilow
C;iaro Tbi m a faithful miniature of
tl,tltnmm petty, and ia it, we but present
peTureThiil 1 TVifiirto
ilie rtflstwiotty. ' We repeat therefore that lha .
tJjtie It Mr. Vt Bears ought ro be exceed. '
in-Jyatroog before the popple of North Carolina -tetttsre
to iau4 Ihe patty o Hied to him. Bui
nam of ear fceeHeUoo will be denied amllomo '
it" tSeai bite keen dented fr Jy. '"",'.
- Th'i vmd timiurof aa aJ.Ire like Hiis'wiTltmt .
B-ml to gt fully, si lists time, into all the
gr-jsAue of wccusttiioa siinet Ihem; but we shall"
s4 iherrfjre oroti lo txpiste wooghiiitifyjji
ex-jtlwu CJiafeiorrilKiff tefjrii aj inU-IIIgeiit 'U a Ft' m L .
T Un mpoo whkh we re?y, aliall be fairly
tUieJ; and whether the kdorwocea we draw from
t&m''':re'''Tireiw'e.' eheely aJbout ;lo the
el tbe people ' ""'" - ' '
lUt lt tf th Tic fVtnrrs HarritonCvl, '
Wsj b pry m(ive It eVtraet from iht vA
ctsie&e ef Gtoeral Ilarrienrrto alt ffiC laerel lie
any jMitc ja ta Asay- the-4'nrred Sratcf. j
We ere gM itat hi old age, for he ia duw oenrr
ly 70 yr.r of age) ahould be tlx- red by the ad
marvsj ptils vet of those who believed it wa
obecoonng a moral end reh-iou people .to re- '
el tSe f jefwa f American arms I - We ahuft
av-4 stop lo cavil al Ihe otat rope roue boasting and
kJ hinnaS which purtj spirit ia now able' to '
ercrse, wbee C r a quarter of a ceuiury after Ge
aenl liarmoft'e taiiisns were (ought, they-who "
aw t'awt frstdeat ia hi rrawe, raised Bo ahoute
for iWeJIERO J....;.,l. -
Ret dai, tWrfottrfiii.-lo notice, and we : '
c2 43 is f.te It ehserve the! tbtwe pwty. .
turuljfctasttd la 'uuer ihe mesutH
rer4 -J-4i tiui pnv'.irit erwhl ruyenf adinal-T
rtrKiirJ'')frjjylibi'm HERO OF
I Ut, I II MM, 6e.n they are cry me out to ihe
2.i msitQNORIXG THEIR I)F- . '
'f"ff-ji(i' cVhiael .imJ.Q.rjMlUiwy---- -
-ntwwiL'ltrbVfrniSm abi 'hw peraoa in ht . i
.JbfiisLaaoeiW . -
trnclet wmcb the f of his cNUilrv Pirnished - - r''"'
I toa tw1i TK,aiyst aiid,. Jte ud 4 , -.J;;,T.:,,.
,Clutaiis.a 'get-e hiw t"ielrrl71r,v."tS, ,';v"t'-" ..'- .
vswkw inn iw win uui it meet the invader
eToorlaod. Aed a L04 life of public service waa
aVioi to be crowned it isr,6, with the ofTice ol
ire rresMril el I.Vr han.U if t Bratcful neo,ds.
wbrsj an euenvy vsmt mi hi Us if u.,1 .,... ull,,m
.OV.JyAm.Juaujaa)uiabad, first wuoed;-
biea to btrav bia prty, and to become a candidate
lor lie rrwHkoey on the aide of bia political an.
) ; and ihw overture failing, they at once pur.
ocd tu petite fw, because he would not be a
traitor (sr their sake ; torgetwl of his age; regard
kJt b wotmrh; beedltM T our reprofif; iiwn.
y a ih vsttoVd pride of the olJ aoldier and
- mm of ibe beet mew in the world," with relentleM
ciw!t. they lfciiciUi awl eancatured Ihe sins of t
h ywh, and anmGed tvery weakness of hi
j:ir sjmo a cruse, entil hi puLucat sirpporter r
srevw AvidrsT uj thr expadirocy flf mpixiinw .
hi, assl CaL J.4sme wee chose Vice Prcsit .
V-iii bsd B4 by BSKMntV nt tha PKIIPI.K I
And ibrs eVCsasrrw of tl. Juhnson are now '
mevthrraal tim Hrrmite ptirf of IBiQl
Tacwsar Ihe a.tteatne who now "exclaim t.i
hbe froyim D-f,ml 9mar ItrfemJert -
Tbey robU. J.no of hi liiMWriUaZJlL-Hi
wbtle ttsy gc the htter more praise than ho ev.
er -etitrd, otmosWy atigmatiae the former,,
m tbwyira.(r-das! -rarda Jicksoo. Such a
Kibe feniitade of the peep feof our country. Mi J
r the viotfwre U faction and.lhe injustice of party, 1 '
CHAPTER V. -"-'-'-' -
-4 Xafifal lUnh,4c.
WebaveeitJ lhH the Harmon parly are it
6i v of a Nation! Cenk j and this ia denied also
ar ... --a .. a ..... -
wax wua wa fmpnetj M these facta answer. -
of N-rh Carolina x 'imv epeiily in favor of a
Bttk. The Central Committee of that psrty are
all bt it be m favor of it. The aulwrdir to
" fh wt'" "Etecmive
Cdraa.ueewai WwsbingfiM, at far aa thev hive
.dKt.lTii rsfcl, -Wti'c far -
I Ban, and o are a'l the leading prewa f their
etnj; aa ti ustsvrai lUrnsou h-m-wlf !e onno.
j . i. l.. . . . 1 . . . . 11
r.- - wm cuiorw 1 , f)i u no known.
Fact J. Taie party Iwve heret-faro aupporled
tU Fasted State Conk, and lure jh where pled-'-ei
I'jestwrlvea a a party, lo pif sue a dilJorcnT
'7 nomir.aieu em 1 1 am J(M1
a tur eaemdati, aod Sir. CLAV, who openly
r-r mn fr ihe Ssoefe Hall, t be V real ion of" a
Vy MJ!un fctnk,- baa tkttrfullf aurrenuV-
f ta the Presidency and
Sr?r Urrim r Ti m he think the party'
h a aiart a lUak, sch at b ha pronounced iu .
sUfwaasaU toilratin&. wetfare f
Fact 4. Mr. Wcb-ter, another of tha opposition , '
&voritra, resigned hi pretension to their vupport,
it onW it proiuo? harmony in the IIrrison par.
t. D-is ay one rfoubt about hie fpinioes t
Wl k m ppoed4bat he too ha sacrificed ro
party expediency ibaf rjcce4ry Regulator of