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. ' Monday, January 10, 1842.
This dsy being the day appointed for the meet
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Hall, in the city of Kilwgh, ainl wcro cal ed, to
order by Gen. IV, 8. McClanahnn of Granville, on
whoew motion' Ihomai L. II ib art, a delegate
from Cumberland, was called l the Chair, and
and Thos. Lorino was appointed Secretary, pro.
On motion of Mr. Held of Cumberland, it van
ordered that the delegates report themselves to the
Secretary for the enrolment of their names
Whereupon the lollowmg delegates appeared i .
firuMtrtri. Samuel N. Galloway. .
Catwttl Tboa. W. Grave and J is. R. Lea.
Croeen. J. A. Griffin.
Cumberland. Duncan Murchieon, Thoa. L. Ily-
bart, David Reid, Jamea McKeihen, Joo..Mun-
roe, Jno. L. Betbea, Jno. McNeill, W. II.
Buyne nd It. Cochran. " '
Edgtcomb1. 8 Dattle, Wyatt Moye, Joshua
lUroea, Jiio. B. Sharpe, David Baker and 8.
Cooper Benjamin. . '
FronWa. Gideon Glenn, Jno. D. Hawkins, Jan.
7 J. Thomas, Robert G. Jeflreyaj W. MoiiigoiM
ry, W. A. JerTreva and Thomas tLrwerton.
Granville W 8. MrClanahan, Thoiuaa I. Ilicka,
W. W. Young, W. R. White, N 15. K
Thomas Miller, F. Hawkins, Jno. B. Smith
Sam'l Rmlgera. '
i7rrefie.Elwin G. 8peieht and T. C. Weef brook.
Johngton. -J-iah O. Watson, B. 11. Toinliwon,
Young Bridges and Uriah Bradley,
IfiMfcniuni Pjlinnl lr.Pullilm.
Moore: John Morrison, Neill McNeill and John
Mecklenburg. Jot, W. Ro J. W, Hampton and
' Jno. If. Wheeler.
New anorrr. JrNiton.TlioR- H. Williams and
iVasS, Bartlett Deans,
Ontlow. Henry Cox and James Walliice,
Orange. Jo. AlUsnn, vm. n. rrait, vm.
I lor iter, WilliaOieon Parrtvh, Alien IVrkf, Nich-
olas Hester, Jonn V. Hancork, H.jPue, John
mm - sr ana rm f
Unit, tn. Jones, Jr., ana sianev oitutn.
Per ton. Ihain Edwards, John E Chambers,
John Hamlet and Iliram Satterfield.
PilU Peter Reeve.
Rotreay-John L. Henderson.
CKimpBotu . n. ,neaimu.
ivoe nr. John Lxnrn and 1). r ergin.
IVorren. Henry Filta, Sen., W. G. Jones and
TVar.-V. II lliyo-d. Jr., Stmt Whitaker,
N. G, R d, J. Dorm, Alk'R.er,8en., Wnv
Dunn, John Snuth, J. J. Jeflrev. Wm, allon
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' Tue$dag morning, 10 oVorlr.
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, The Convention mot according to adjournment
Geo. Allison, on behalf of the Committee of
twenty ail, presented lb followuif Report and
The freq-ienl recurrence to fundamental princi
ples of Government la eaeo(il not ov.ly to the
duration of onr liiatitutiona, but lo the prenervalioo
of liberty. .One of these reaj pri'iploe, is, that
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useful and proer. We, s portion of the people of
theState of North Carolina, have examined the
principles and actions ot those who conduct tne
resent aduuniai ration of our ainire and we feel,
much dissatisfaction whan we view Iba open and
unblushing violation nf every principle and pledge
bv which they weie elevated into power and place.
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riton on taking the rems of power intrusted to him
by ihe American people, that M it wie the remark
of a Roman Consul in an early period ol that eels,
brated republic, that most striking contraat was
observable in the conduct of candidate for office
of power and trust before and after obtaining them
they teldom carrying oMt in tn latter cate, the
pledget and prondtet made in tkt former" ' VV
were led to believe that, with this most instructive
page of history before him, he Wouldprofit by its
uxelul lessons ; and tlml some ol in numerous
pledge and profuse promises which did 'ji led a con
fiding and generout people, would certainly be real
ized. The people were promised that in ihe eco
nomical habits, and patriarchal simplicity of an
inmate of a log cabin, they would see the days of
republican utility end ngid economy. L mk al Ihe
'expenditure of $4,000 in noo brief tnonih, for for
niiut to be added lo that which, if the Whigs were
- believed, already rivalled tbe extravagance and
luxury of European monarchy. .' Waa this a viola
tion of the pledge 1 or waa the promise only made
to ihe ear, " to be bhken to the hope T" Was the
outlay of mora than $3,000 at Ihe burial of the
President for silk gloves, mourning acarfs, and
, whips and carriage hire, in airict conformity 10 t ie
prom mm of Moaomy and reibrml Waa tbe call-
' ing 'of an extra aeamon of Congress al ao enormous
Simon Smith, Wm. Wbitaker Pope, Thos.
Loring, Hillory Wilder, Green Beck with, das-
Ion II. Wilder, John Ztegenfusa, It. B. Smith
Pntersoo Dunn, Ceniainin Dunn and William
The Chair bavin? announced the number of
delegates in attendance
oneWf FiHgrrvmli, it , nuyUhAit
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Journal of Ranking .
BY WILLIAM M. GOUGE, OF PHILADELPHIA
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Int Anew edition of "A Short History of Psper
Monevand Banking in the United Stales," by Wm.
yi'. Gou;e, with corrections and addition, bringing the
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id. Ewya on Binking, Currency, Exchangee, and
kindred topics, in wuich cflorts will be made lo place
these sulij.xis in the clciret light poeetble.
3u. A scmt-montlily review ot the tunes, embracing
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4ih. Such iiiisceHaneous matter as will, while it
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. -H ,..r. mhnrrintion tnutl ft' poul W arfriWIrt,
cq.iit of a Presidepl, two Vice Presidents, and
Whereupon, Hexry Fitts, Sr., of Warren was
elected President, JiwIAH U. WatsoJI, ot Johnston
and Thomas W. Gravls, of Caswell, Vice Presi
denta, and SinxEg Smith, of Orange, and Hiram
Satterfikld, of Person, Secretnru s. tin being
conducted totheCluir by Mr Hybnrt.the Piexidenl
add reused the Convention in an appropriate and
On motion of CM. Wheeler, it wes
Retolrrd, That a Standing Committee of twen
ty si 1 membera be apixMiited by the Chnir to pre
pare business for Ihe action of Ihe foove'ulinn, and
to whom all subjects offered fur its 'coiMtderstion
hull be referred
Whereupon the following gentlemen were ap
pointed t John I). Hawkins, W. W. Young, Wyatt
Move, E u. Speight, John Morrison, Jamt a W al
lace, W. 11. Haywood. J. Nixon, Sim'l N. Gallo.
wnv, A. B. Chesnutl, D. Reid, Sam'l Whitaker,
Thooiaa L. Ilvbart, Isham Edwaid, I'lioa.
Hicks. John Exuin, J. A. Griffin, Edward Mc
Callum, W. G. Jonea, Csd. Jiuies, Jr., Gideon
Glenn, J. 41. Sharpe, J. R. Lea, Joseph Allison
ud J. 11. Wheeler.
On motion of Mr. Reid, it was
Retohed. Thai Ihe Rule of Ordr of the House
of Commons of the last General Acmhly
adopted aa Rules of Oruer for the government of
On motion of Mr. C. Jones, Jr., of Orange,
Retolved, Thai the Hon Robert Stranue and
Weldon N. Edwards, now in Ihe city of Raleigh
jury nf the county in whicli ho resides hjvecouplej
his name with Dial of iho alnmlimej swindler. In
looking bick mi tne past how much bas Dumocrney,
reason lo be conscious of the strength and truth of
her prineiptoe; and heraous rejoice in Ilia name I..
in the eloquent iHiiuuage ot " the Democratic Re
publican members of (he fegislalure of North,,
Carolina un Ihe 2d Jan. 18:10 " "we read, " Tho .
history of thf Inst six years has been but linli
more than, eoitteal of the Bank and its adlierenli
to deceive, or lo compel the Government to grant
a mnewal of its powers. The quiet of the paoplo
has been disturbed the ordor of s good govern. '
metil has beer impeded Iho purity of the press,
has been corruptedthe authority of the Conslitu-
tion sel al definnco, by the influence of the Ust
National Banks." When just on fha eve of the
edeciionof 1 83 J, while its charter bad yet year
to run. led on by the pride ol, s Dictator, and .
sustained hy the votes ol, debates and pensioned '
ageou lo all its pomp and power, ibal sterling
Democrat, Andrew Jaikton, with an eye, which'
in I he cause of hjaicuuniry never atumbered, and s
hand that nevyT trembled, told biS eountrymen by, "
his vrtoroflTs dangerous powers and corrupting
influences, Many good men doubted.' But. how
has Hintory and experience proved ihawisdom of
Jackson? Bui in the. language of the address -above
alluded fo, " in sli these things i be Bank
M ill found pan inns to defend, and minions lo
applaud ita court." Fust and foremost in tho v
ranks of Iho former waa found the present Govern.
or of t lie State, John M. Morehrao. Who of us
that witnessed I fie animated canvass for Governor
does not recollect the graph's pictures which ha
drew of htrdneit of tho limes," and that by the i
mismanagement of us political Doctors ihe whole '
body pdiiio was full of wounds and bruises snd
put r if) ing sores," and how he s if Doctor of
M ...al ....... r ...!: I . VTiI:.J. CI...-.
Bank as an emollient salve lor all its woes'. If Ilia
Excellency will sing tbe same song lliis sumnfer
and he haa the character of firmness) we venture. .
to predict the eloction will show hi u thai Iho walls,
of the cotion factory in Guilford will hear bis
music rather thamhe White House of Raleigh.
Bui the people must be senxibly alive on this sub.
ject ; although at this moment a majority of the .
nation areoppiwed to Uank of the United states,
vei. ' v
Tn debates aiSfexfravSgaiiceTW
""with this promise T Waa the d(rntrrbnr$25;0t)0
to Mrs. Harrison, whose circumtaics were by no
means needy, a part and parcel of Whig economy
We were asked to Ihe feast, and such are the nrti
, cles set before us, and with deep o'isappoiniiiieiit
the people feel that " such il not the entertain
We have scotched the snake, not kill'd il :
Him' 1 1 rlnu mnA ku
The price of Liberty is Eternal Vigilanco."
it is nut to be supposed Ihnt the irreat orinrlnlea
that animate tbe Democrutie Party, or the faithless
promises, the corrupting mflusnces and Ihe reckless
deeds of ihe party in power, are to be developed in
mis prearauie. u a leave mat to other snd more
suitable occasions, We think that the .veonle of
North Carolina demand s change of the. present
Executive, who cam into office with promisee ol
great benefit to the people, but who has sol done s
single set that merits the approval of bis country'
men, and the sum and substance of whose boasted
talents consists in using ihe pairooaee ol the Go
and nts secretary.
1. Renloed, That the administrations both of
the State aod Federal (overnments exhibit anether
lamentable instance of the truth of history lht a
most striking eontrstt is observable in the conduct
of candidates for offices of power and trust, befiiro..
Mr ftyf"6Ttainiiig them they seldom carrying
,. xmX.. mmimm mi ii itfv-,mw umai sp.wstysiiM"M"A nResB'sasr
Mr. Ilvbart lose and stated to the Convention
that he underslisid that there were other members
of the Democratic party now in Ihe city, who re
sided beyond tho County of Wnke, aad who were
nnt members of Ihe Convention : he therefore
moved that they also be requested lo lake Mats in
the Convention : Whereupon, Mrsrs. Bnrch and
Murden of Chatham, and Vail nnd Mntilm ol
Sampson, appeared and took scats in the Conven
On motion of Mr. Smith, of Orange, the Con
vention adjourned till 7 o'clock this evening.
Monday evening, 7 o'clock.
The C'nvenlimi met according to adjournment.
Gen. Allison, from ihe Committee of twenty
ix, rose and stated to the Convention that il would
be out of Ihe power T the Commit iee io rep n on
the subjects belore it before 12 o'ebsrk the lollow
ins day, end s-ked leave ol the Convention to re
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.w.rt ! inaiunie. i.-ave wns ni; t'j ih'v
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Mr. lRd. Jones, jr., l urailgc men ourrru
resolution proposing a tianeniion in oaiisnuiy,
which elicited some licuion, in wiiicn .iiewrs.
JSmeeHybarl, Jones, ol Warren, Wheeler, (ilemi.
HavwoiMl, and Sioilll, l runge, mnuipaiei,
which waa terminate! by the mover withdrawing
hisresolullotuy ' j Y ' .i
The Conventinn waa then aWy jsnd eloquently
we were told that new books were opened in Ihe
Treasury, ihMhe-eworwnra experrser Wfofmef
extravagance might be settled, and a new era
Government created. The largest outlays of Mr.
Van Daren $ administration never came up t
thirty two millions,' which President Tyler states
in his annual message is the present expenses ; snd
while the expenses of the Government exceed its
revenue so far, that the doors of Congress are be
set al this moment with the earnest supplications
ol Ibe Secretary of lbs Treasury fur money
carry on tbe expenses of Ihe Govern went, -i- We
ask Ihe good people of every parly, to consider
this lamentable stale of a flu ri; and in s spirit of
perfect candor inquire if there is not eomethpig
wrong which demands their scrutiny! With a
country aa beautiful and bounteous aa any that the
smile of Heaven ever bleesed with a nation o
freemen aa Ha inhabitanta al a period of jrolound
quiet when neither war nor (amine ha odesola
la led ihe one or destroyed the energies of the
other, we find the resources of Ihe country cannot
be made I y its rulers to yield a revenue sufficient
lor its expenses. A ini Heaven gave us the
country, but designing men havo given us rulers.
When these things press upoo the honest yeo
manry of our country, who in all agee and in all
countries suffer deeper, and longer, and more in
tolerably than any other class, they feel how wo
fully they have been betrayed, and how deep and
dirk have been the sins perpetrated against them.
One year haa not yet rolled around since Federal
men and measures were ia power, and the nation
has already suffered enough misery fur sn aire.
If their early sprint; bear auch blossoms, what will
tin Iho friii I T Whun Ihm Air.
States where the elections have occurred, have
demanded ol these Rulers the summing nf this
account, and called on these faithless stewards for
an account of their stewardship, bow have they
answered, and how have their answers been re.
reived i They reply, Ihe act of God look from us
our Pretideul I thus taking impious shelter under
tbe dispensation d providence for their own broken
proiniee, and laiihless deeds. A It boor, h Gen.
Harrison is dead,' ia his party dead! ia Whigery
dead T or haa the majority of Congrwee lost its
power! The; people from Michigan In Georgia
have answered with the withering rebuke of thou
sands and ten of thousands iiujorinrs agnins'
them. Another excuse that these taithle agents
give the people is that the Presidonl fail ante it,
has deceived them. If he had, it would only be
pay M'g them in their own coin.' Rut this is untrun;
for Mr. Tyler has only used his veto on a United
Stales Bank, and that in conformity with the viei
long established ard openly avowed. Hut admit
he had not vetoed the Bank, would that have
relieved the people f The people know that thia
would be uoelief from Ihe hardness of the times
or ihe misrule of wicked and designing men." T f
' mass of corruption that has been developed by an
exposure of a Bmk, once so much the idol of , the
Wbias.that Us Prenule.ni, Mr. Riddle, wan witliont
is Une1! case, the pMces snd oromises
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mane in me lormer.
z. Keioleed, I hat Ibis Convention regard tho
leading measures of the Whig paiiy at Ihe late
Extra Session ol Congn ss aa eminently unconsti.
iuiionsf, and subversive of'the Republican princi
ples of our Government, and justly meriting the .
deep and decided reprobation which they have re
ceived from the soflrsges of an indignant people.
3. Retolted, That we approve of the bold, manly
and patriolic opposition to those measures by the
Democratic party in both Houses of Congress,
- 4. Retolved, That the results of Ihe recent ttec.;
lions may be regarded aa so many verdicts npon
the issues submitted at that session, and the decisive
manner in which the ballot box has been brought
lo the rescue of the Constitution and the public
liberty is well calculate'! to inspire confidence is
our free system of Govenirp-m. based unon and
sustained by tbe intelligence and virtue of Ihe
0. Retolved, That litis Convention fuel tho
strongest assurance that the coming election in this.
Stale will add another, lo the long list of victories
recently achieved oy tbe Republican party.
6. Retolved, Thai the triumphs of the Ueoub.
lican party after su full and recent a develonmeoi
of Whig principles, afford the most favorable op.
a L I I s
poriiiiuiy wnicn ever nas, or msy ever again occur,
to put tne etamp of popular reprobation on the
whole system of Federal consolidation measures.
and at ths same time to reform the Government.
restore the Constitution, and give a permanent and
undisputed ascendancy lo the principles and policy
wnicn erougni me Kepuoucan 9ate Kiglits Party
inio power under the jliiftrioiu l.-HUr. m grj
7. Retolved, That to achieve these results it
necessary that the practical administration of the
Government should give efk et to the principles of ;
icoi, so signally vindicates in the recent popular'"'
elections, by; a stricflirhitulion nf political power I w
a riiri.1 enforcement of economv mi everv deoart.
fcneiit of iIh public jervice a airict responsibility
o nidiic sgens, anu a neiermitMtmn lo b se all
legislation on th principle of Equal and exact
justice to all -exclusive privileges I none."
8. Rrtolerd, That, believing a thorough; reform
! the Federal Government must proceed from and
be mainly eftecied by the nefi n ol the Executive
Department, this CiMiveninai regards it aa the sol.
emn duty of the Democratic party, when so much
s at stake, to be governed in the selection of s
candidate for the Presidency, tolelg m reference to
his qualifications,, viewed in connection with the
great objects lo be Rccomplishedhal we should
select the man. whoever he may be, whose thorough
knowledge, consummate judgment, and deep devo
tionto Hi- old and cherihed pnnc pies of the Re
Hiblican I'sith, shsll make hon most able in rft 'ct
ing a complete res oration of Ihes-t principles, snd
to permanently engrafting them on the practical
aditiioi-trutiim id ihe Government.. .H
9. JiKo'ee . Tlm, in our opiuion, ihe ,t
loenrw of irl-ctinj sncS n selectioa without aitRi
any parallel, liaa ottenrteo the senses nt .every Mi."s me. ) r vi i.'itttai quentioti, ot putting dxward
honest mm, Wh'g or Itemocrat una Hie grundoo . imti.ivni par'n uinr Individuals a candidates)