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UYEXTEV1LL1! .w.PuBU8Hit y& SATURDAY xi:HQJKiE BOYLAN.
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7, B O S i: O N Sept i4. -
7v;.7'r' JiT Di-juiE. ..- .... ' , . ;
4 A tMsJKnponant cribs, oeorge VVafhiiigton hav--XV
tug declined u ferv aaPreu Jmi of the tini7(J
5t a ( k, after ih 41b ol Marth next, and joM Adwn.s
having been ha Id up at Candidate to fuccecd him in
ttMitittoratiuh of tbe citizens 0 tne I nitcd btaies.
Mndiy.iUtiiDii.ilotr4ur and. wiaitHt-nsoi-n.
tnciit, written by-ivr. rtdams whim minuter a t the
own of Londoa, in his book, entitled, " Ai)-'jente
I t tfaeTiiucpetident citwtna of America now d-
tcrnniie liow iar Mr. AdanM has apotiatucd troni
All liia farmer lentimetiti im favour of Aniitan li
n.onartnv and tne uritnh tonitaunon, andcoiua
Kwly low hr he ia to be regarded tit perlbu
ebclted freftdcat ot tiuted iiraua. . -
' -. AMKKIC ANUS.
VOL VMS I.
'fg, 9. A limiffd Hum .rch; my be jadly detvomi
I ' 'na'tid a icpublic. .
"tto. Wealth, iiirtii, family Pride refpeded by
5 rJ vlf people.
H&.": Wealthy Birtb; and Vhtae tormjthe-.oteju:
I5yrrffvoTnTOfftiiiffl"'eaB no more cotilift o; a peo
.' -, pie wirhout gentrj, tliao of a gentry with-
o"'K.'0' febv eminent beft, Tyranny, wcrft :
'No dry is niore wrttclied than that under
' tvranny, nor any mire happy than that un
der regiil power.
934. " It the yhwerjet negotiation and of try be
' one maher.?AHbih,.figueV j
-ftl. ; " had "Epam1nd'nitiS.ved to dilpfatV his talents
as a'leciflatof, tbC World might-ha va bern
inrte Ciouiana yt3rstooncr than it was
j't -: tettfatdrnonanhy t he iwlt government f (a
ll'jtA'iopttblkanHm; " . .'7. ' 7
j64 ' Diffrtittiona of Poor' and Rielv cftpf
' -' - as labour and god ftoverimitnt : the k'uAr
aredcilio d to Ubour ; the Rkh, by advjn
tagea of eduiaiin, iadependence aud leiluie,
- io iup.-nar llstio.w. .
75 ' ProPtrty and family, fitte't for public
iyJ''gki,wfllioi'p,vetf educatidi ftiufl be preferred
' 7to: Office; otherwife,-b people ttiemlelves
fcriil difpffe them. - " - --7jr:-
Kinittcrt. f the Executive only ought to be
M48 M. " ttiier. iim a. wai j'ijortMeJ ienteman
' mMjffiriTSiale, &rtf &,: 39, bti friend
- "tTlie Prelident's farcwel addrtls hs ju(r rnatle
fca appaarance bere, and it a fabjett ot general
erlauofl.7 VW1 m agree In regretiing bis leaving
. the helm of governttttntj tbohis publiq jervices
w Jtaeafogrilfaiul (itihTomTi n
Cccaof priwa happ'mels, that no man cap urge hint
longer to deprive hirolelt of doroeltic, enjajments,
ft congenial to' hit nature, TT,' . ,7
-. ".It it jioticaable what folicitiidehe good man
Aftover tor the duration of our union. Hecer-
ta'vr.lf bsvS is ad evidscjjesf sftewpts jnaking
id t1)e.Wlters Cau,mry, to fever the-tranfallega-
Bcaa territory from the Atlantic Hates. l'lipftrelH
Tie lay I on the danger of foreign iufuencn and the ill
Sonleutietices of a diffolution of the union, wTfile it
ityrks j'is enninepatriqtifmdenores be he-'
ieesjr?n inflntme andV;'fcTfl:ort have been
tnd at'e llill rxfrted to' feparate the foutii-'wcltern
toudtry from tlie other fl:ttea.
7 J gbferve altohov much paui he has taken to
'dUfounienanti a partiaiiy lor any j articular fo
v,tcin Qtujotii' and to'deftr'oy the Opinion that wfi.(
L-perform 'jimiobrt that demand gratitude.' The em-
jhaJlJwJa!JP,tl4heJdca,-that- i4ivain-t e
Ltect'din,ciefte favour from ra;ons f that it a all
'- jan-.1lhifiu.icK experience. wtt.jaray
?ride ought to flilcard,' it lo'pointrd at the, French
adion in ogr. country, that 1 he real defign of that
OQtt man capnot be tnillaken.- , ,
i v"J)Jer4 tbc piain point ol the addrefsis evident
ilrtp.ileflio our-ptejudiiesin favour of the tnofJ.
qangeroBs naiion now esjllina;-tl)e French, fjo
wonder, the Preftdtot himft If hat liad a hard talk
-.to .UruvA'e .nh. thote preiudices, in order to pre
Genet, when be'tlt arr vedBeJer hiin Into the fe
cfcts of bit party. Ui iar as to point out to.him frbat
jenet called the fatriot) y tlin is," tht l:d'mHjn,n r.'mf
opfojiiiuh ta the fhfJeMt: but tfiel'rtfident aroeftd
Mr. lefiTerlbn't caner, and compelldd bini to hjd
Wfcr ground." This luddel neck wa ob erved
hr (Hnmng uenetyand you will recolU-tl tie, in
one of tii;; Utttrii, nccules Mr', JefFei Ion of this
ria then and is now confidei ti as the htddofn far
directly oppoftd to the lyQem of tiieafum adopt
d and purtued jytour moA etcelleut -Pre(ide,Dt.--,
Mr.. J eiier ton 1 ndred, wb ile fe( at a ry , w as under the"
neecflity ol carrying into cited tboie meafurea. Bui"
l Ijave.undeyitood, that while to loffice, he ajmoft al
way was opp.ited to the other head ot drpaitm iir
aud to the Pretkleot. This Wat probably the caufe
ot hil refiDariqt --v-jf t -
KOlw iihifauding this known charaler of Mr.
jefFcrion's ptilitits, 11 is la-d that he will have votes
in the loubero ltates, for Prefidenu -.1- really be
lieve iie camiotliave many, fdf it appeart toVue, f
m ght as well tied Gcuet, pnfident, and become a'
wuiouy ot r raiice at once-. --v-1 i
tjeneral Walhineton has been a nood one. and (ub.
Cactfially in favour of feace, onion and profperity
the lr. ends ot that fvftem will wifli'to lee It bUtftied.'
and will elect lor thief magiftrstes, thofe (hen who,
"' vutcr jiiaiincaiioii, are Known to nc nrni
frieods ot that fy Item.' They will not leave i: a
doubt whether the lame primiplcs (ball continue to
dited 'our public affairs they ilt decide the pointx
br.p'ving joba A4ams',in the firU office of our go.
" I believe a rreat. unanimity orevails on tliefc
points iu this Kate. People's jnjnds are imi- etfally
in 1 iour 01 Mr. iamst and Mr. I nomas rincktiey,
ourjare minifter af 1 ondoy'e fiee many caiom.
nies retailed in tht (out lie) 11 papers, about Mr, A-damr.-
-But in 1 his qoartef; theV "have A10 effect j for
e.iw him to be a genuine a republican, as there
i 111 rtuitrtta, and undoubtedly the greatcll (latef
man out (ijuh.iy can bnall of. - "
" Beftdes, we. are tif. opinion ti e (lane ofVtigi
nia i.i not entitled 10 have the ruccefTor of Qeneral
Wafliingi.on - taken from her-cttizrns. Tne lef.
d uu tiotn the fame ftate in' fuccellioti, will ferve to.
awaken lomt jt aiculirs ibat tiuht not to be alarm--eil
Vv e know of nothing that Virginia has done
under the prefent government o entitle brr-to this
pi I v i 1 egrt The great merits of pretidant Wafting-
toirare "ce rtainlv eniltled to everv honour and re
iperl j bur that tood citizen ha been ohpofed. by a
great part of Virginia, throughout his wholcjtdini
nmratioii. . "
pleafed to havrboth Preltdent and Vice-Preftdent
taken Irons the Southern tlatoss Such-a diftriburion
of the t wo bigheft offices will excite no fmalf oneaft
hels in the northern' Hate, whofe population, re
fourcea and lerv ices during the War, demand no
fhull portion ot confidf ration in.the management of
itatiunal concerns. The orefenr chfef maeiftrate
has been careful to diflribuie the offices of eovern-
mem as mucn as poiltble, aniontr citizens ot dittercnt I
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.tnn.i-ri.iiui swiy'.ng an parts or tne onion ana,
combin ine infof mat ian-frcsn t he wbo!o - Ns- r.art
conliderationa Ihould Interrupt this pacific and bar7
moniung pottcy. -
" Mr. .dams, as holding the Vice-Prefidency, as
being one of the principal pfoleflors and conductors
of bur revolution, as an old experienced Qatefman,
at a firm tncormptibte patriot; who has ferved his
country faithfully, and dona nothing to forfeit our
confidence, has, ia the opinion of our eafjeru people,
ib laired claim to their choice at Prefidtnt. Some
regard alfo is to be had to tptnwt 1 his being a na,
tive of MaQ'achufetti, the'lecond Rate in -the union
in population and the firft in fervices during the
war, is a eirconutanct not- io.ue4veriQOKCH
mucn dtverfion as a piece in a Kic tiiond paper un
der tlie.fignature of HanVpden, liippolcd to be writ
. ten by a tailed politician. J piece at ones
marks ilie pol tical call of the writer, and the Hate
to which be belongs r forVknife he feelpeaks.pf
1 be wtf thf jyjhitqiun, ht in a loft) Wi)gJiLpaiicgf.
tlc extols ik extruw inary virtues of the limjitiQiu
fenflllg p6nt"jcianiof tTiat 'ItaVe'elaimf'jnli: Vugutfc
' he exchtfn and iiereditary right of giving fe prefi
d4rto the Uaioirt ' .
'"r.tiie uiodtlt pret enfions of ifie Yji-giniaft h't
words are riupibfe it will hardly be den ed by
any part of America, it cannot poffiujy be doubtro
by any Vlrginiaa, that the putt hf thi tejt ciatn. f
r'rom the funerior population of this ftate. the num-
ocr ot our reprtlcntattvts 10 congVels being nraflf
one third urtatfr than t-tiat of any b'her Hajte in tl'.o
union. 2dly. From tit lupcridihy of Vitgmia ia
point of territory and wealth. ". a Hy from the
known republicanifni and atfaebmrut to liberty
which generally-pervades her citizens." After
h ."ving Lad the prefidency for eight years-, and the
fecre arv fbip 'ot liaie for riearlv itie lan e teriod. .
u Mr, Pinckney, as beiag a tried patriot alfo of
refpeSabJeialentsindranatiweof a fombern (lte,
is a fair candidate for the fecond'oflfce in the govern "
ment. Such an arrnneement will prpbably '.'unite
mora wiflies; and views, than any other. It would
certainly produce evil, it party yiewt Inould prevail
to elect a Preddfjnt from V irginia in whpm the nor
thern pcople.generally hava no.contidcnce. '
bcr ambitious views extend to the cxclujve Tight of
governing the alFaus of the union ot- faiikticd -w-ttb'
nearly the dirl-ciion pf, the ivg'iflativi part of
the government by ler immure u iep-eJitation, of
which there-is fo ttiticb botft (and which alone" ougbt
to put the other llatcs on their guard) the grafps alfo
at the txicntrui part of the aovernmcnt. -tei tain
miflaries have. beeri very aitive in this .flare in
)jiDaviJiujg j ue gocirine ; .ut it nar nao a veiy ut(
ferentefivft . f rom that intended ; it ha s txcited a
fpirit of alarm in our people, w ho fo far from ad
mitting tbts Virgtiia r-ght cor.ceivethat therf isev
trtme daftgelQTjrrelH.nded from our ambi
tiout. ahd ulurping in ighhour. The fajnf IpTtit, I
undcvftand.by a gentleman lately troni Kim-CnX
tiiia, begin to prevai in that llate,-;whicb Virgiuia
has always confideredsas an buivHe follower, b,uc
whicb. (be will fiud exofcUing hereafter. n 9fW-.
other owtv ' ' '" ''
If the- pretenlions- of Virginia uteTwell fonntled
on the prrlent ocfcafibn, they , ill be fo at evtVr
future election, for tbe fuperiorKyof piipiilaiir n
ani of nuniliers In the federal reprettntatioii, snd
the fuperiority of reiritory will probablycoitimie ,
lhas. jbe cljitus d ptrpttual right to (ha pferiej !
& nd yet t his, fays hampdeu. is a jflate dUlwiigHi jlej
for tier known attachment to liberty and r pnbttcau
principle l-Thcie are -people, , fo cot)lpicuoHS forN
their love ot liberty and equfiitj Becayle yiigint
has a larger Tiopulati6nlbanTny ather date one
JiaH otwhicb by-tbt iryTcnDeg-prflaTcs) 11) e lei
up toriootti a lugn- banded and perpetual claim ta
give to the othcr(lsteiaprelldot-JitWf-tfati
the other fifteen jlSU$ ! Here it Cfweltf ifldted,
And aU thefe, becaufe Faippdeo and afew .oftus .....
friends rxped, if they can perfuade, the electors to
cnooie their patron, to nil all tpc nigh offices of go
vermnent, and to rule the Unking Bwt they .jwijl "'
find themfelves grievoufly dilappointtd : the eyet
of the people are opened i the people ol Watyland,
in particular, know too well how to prize their
happinels and tb profperity tb?y-cnjoy,-toote for
a manias Prefident of the United States, wbo col- .
lecfed at his houle and foftared cabal, whofe wicked
and daring obj& was' to break the plighted ftith
of tbe nation, and involve their happy country ia
ait m norrort ot wr. ..
PHILADELPHIA; 0kober it.
Bttrtqiii) ' ti teut JrvM a t ij puiiutit cLticrtti Aary-
been a warni, and lleady friend to our prelenrgp-7
vciiiuicoi.. 1 pre ict-h 10 an otneri, ner.inc rn y-
br jtfjtrlpn tontinued In office, and the Prefidhii
leen as partial tofajcsjhx!gl hf trfn- mind; '1r;S!r,riSe fclfits-ti
d-SGtBttaroum have been, af this time, little bet f- 4 bwe bean mueh entertained; -with feveral' of; I tizerts in the enioyment offheieequal rieht-s and to
1 a it m Mt, - --- . . . C .
1 u me imimcvions, reiprcinig 4iic.pproacuing c- 1 prrneiuaie treeaont. I tninK it important to the
leftiba ol tpftfidcptrbut cone has i-ded me fcy j tranquility and prpfperity of our country, and to'
To tht Frtemen of Prince Ceorgfi and Jtlontgmet)
7-7 : ;t Ciufitiet . .' ".':'- ..',. '7.
Several weeks have elapfed fwee I declsffd niy
felf a tar,d'ulate Tor the ofljee of eleclbr of the Pre -fidem;
Some recent, eloquent harjngues againft my elee.
tion'iR which my ws bsye at leaft been mVfi.
derllbod, render Irrtec'efTary, that I .fbould rnaloe
known the priiKlples, by which I am;aAuatea,''l
choofe this mode of doing Jr, becaufe my puffuitliii
lite bvc pot led t o the acquirement 6f the qoalifjc
rioua of a. public fpeaker, and becaufe my Yenti
ments will be' lefs liable bwftken, apt! CaStton
be mifr'eprelentetf. ' : ' ps v7'7 7
It. is nqt-au empty huait to lay tliat 1 have ever
sii : siLjJi(iiv.vii..i'is.v.iJXI5i- 1 - " -'" --
i '-- "Air, jedctlon igdeed ccinmittc bimlclf to Mr.
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