.lfTuse and Senate, to any J responsibility.
J!r Adams h.d, in fact, no wwer. and el
ided $l,000.00a Sir Vj8
alt the power, and expenda,33,000,OOU.
waste of the public money ;! and Mr Van
effected the bterihror of Mr Adams on
Lasite Administration that ever, presided
Set the- Repute.1 ; Vo" mu& for the pain
WwWstiainl tt a gnat aMiiwallow a ca
me!' So ranch for Ihe justice-that patron
izes sheep stealing in Peter, but. bangs Paul
for looking iorer the fence." j v
A letter,- frooi Philadelphia the .Baitimore
Patriot, eontajnsfihe Rowing fgbdunt item :
There is! one fact which' Las come to my
knowledge thai wilHiave an important! inflaence
ia determining the result of ihe coo test. You are
aware thai the American Sieo.iioel, though a
mroogr Anti.Seb-Treasory paper, baa beena
powerful advocate of the pretentions u&Mr Por-
Mi, the Sub Treasury canJid r Goternor,
Mr. Senator Rifes :o( , Viriniahas recently
written a letter to a gentleman jwho- stands a-
nnat the hthest of those whose Views, wishes
and determinations the American Seotinel pro-
ATTORNEY GENERAL GRu
fa? in represent and who W knvwfl as a farm
and devoted adherent of the Administration, ex
cept on thr q-iestion of the So& Vreaary. In
thw letter, the, distinguished jSeniilor earnestly
remonstrates against any Conservative giving
his support to Mr Porter. The election of Por
ter, hi vr pbpetly.'eaye, Wll fte regarded as
a trioipph: of the .Sobreasuryij party. The
question is between uV Treasury md Anti-Nib-Treauryi
anrt there ia nothing left for the
Democratic Conservative of Pennsylvania bot
i.) unite with those who thrnk and act with them
alii in defeating
: The open and jonscnJpfiiuos ose o
Doolie or private, nbmauer which, that i
tu hear on Stale efeciibus by lbe preseo'l admin
fist rat ion, is the most alaiuflng circumstance yet
detailed of the horrid corruption now pfevaUing.
It is stated in the 1 Newark (N. J.) Advertiser,
that sixteen persm? hat e paid I ft fourlihp'ii3and
six hundred and fifty dollars to aid! the Admin
istration n ptihivp, votes. It is: also j$tafed
in the Maine paprr; that twestt twO tHou
s ah d dollars have keen sent there from Bal
tiuivre, and that oE mckobcd DOLLAni have
been offered for a sin?te rote, and that: runner
are spread alMtrerj the State. Wecan readily J obliged!!! iponsider the reply tu hicote jsatis-
Ths is the sab-
letter : bat in
of its reach-
Speech in 1323.
effiee holder lnierferin2 In
elections, it occors o me thai he, is ihiokteff of
his salary and his bread, and is thefere A.
UNFllf ADVISER OF THE PEOPLE..
SENATOR BUCHANAN'S Spud in:
rt When a wanis once appointed t office, all
the selfish pass'onk of his natare are enlisted for
the porpose'fi retaioinw it J The fffie holders
are rlhe ENLISTED SOLDIERS o thai ad
ministration by which; they are sustained. The:r
comfortable existeoce; 6fte depends loponi the
re election of their patron, f Nor does disappoint
ment long rackle in the hearts of the disappoint-:
ed. Hape is istill left t of Ibem ; ank bearing
. r i , .a m t i mi
present a new
with patience, they fchowJ will
claim to office at a tutole tibie.'V
From tile IfticWork Star!
ARE WE COMING
with tlicir rntgn
ElmotG i throws
himself ;rtto- the arms of the'. SlamrBang
crew frir the Esquirols. tha Medseroles,
and xk iRtgmaroles of American Robespi
erreSnl! iacobinism-raneri froim very j
brUtliy O'ConbetlJ reeking yet with bis
intoxusst ng eloqbeiite is heaa i safe frbere
ho Wastf The Locolbctw of all Uhristen
autumn rushed - into Tammany
h Mr. Van Daren took op the doc-
thcir Skidtnores and their Fanny
and Mr; Elmore looks to aiicU' -a
parjy ailtbe consrvatie party r ofotitb?rn
insiittluofcs, when we ofltbe North ctjnfiotf
even keep then out of our flour stores by
; i a
day;rPb, Bab IjBab ! Bah!
:93 f- ..j L V j. j ifj
i .Slf S I - - , - ; .- i 1 4 tit -
Ti.a Prpflrictshnrw Arena, we i thick
i reirettinir! that Mr. Stseosh shduld
hateHfelfftlled ojwa tonotice whit Mr.jCon
nell atiyied resoectin? hiai in his mad and fa
natic public haranirue. ..The style, of. abuse Which
ti,acinvdaal nasi he pi i upon 1 this poon"y
andjitMlfat Father, has placed i hifl and liisr
oiteirinffW beneath the notice of an ! American.
Besides! hf repudiates the laws wMch regulate
gentetrarly intercoore;artd has declared him
self Irresponsible' according to them for any in
salt or jounce he may Choose to give i an J sat
isfaction 'could not therefore be expeciedjfirom
hira. in an; effort to obtain it by correspondence
or other wie, having reference to those flaws.
Under :tleicode in question, Mr. Stern?an was
on this jyreat qjne9lionf and to
t lie So!) Treasury candidate.!
f:4nce of the Ijonorabie Senator's temai'ks. The
frfcrit!e.naiV to wbotn the letter was addressed,
declines to itdve n paoiwhej; out u nas oecoroe
Lnuwn. and is already havms a: benencial ef
This may be all true to the
coa qoetice of the indirect method
in? ibe pablie,! it wili scarcely sal ify those who
i-.Iioow 4o regard Mr Rie position as one of
doubt. It is not for os to adfiae Mr R. of his
duties to himself, or to the public, ! under exist
ing circumstances. His situation, as a poblic
man, is one of some delicacy. I tie, ses;that his
party' devotion is suspected by those with whom
he once acted that he is denounced most bittei
ly by the leaders of the 'Benton faction ool of
the State, and will be by those in the State, as
foonaa it can be done with ioopanity ;'he knows
he Is catechised by their tools with, the view of
extorting answers which may be jOsedio his det
riment, or, if be fails to answer, of construing
his silence into ettdence of gotlt or of timidity
andahoffiing. j . ' ill
Such, in a few words, appeal to be
tions towards the dominant p3rtyJ 1 In
to the Whig party, until within ihe last year,
Ire was an open' and uadiegiiised opponent. That
the treatment he has received at the hands of
: bis old crooiesj, . and may expect to receive,
has made bun entertain kindlier feelings toward
the Whigs, is pwsibiei and e?cn jyobabte. And
if the reports which we hear of 1 thej speeches he
. has made, and the letters he has. written, be
true, be is tery. few removes from a iWhtg.
Hut we. attach j no great r consequence! to these
j rurar?, ar-.d until we "n-r,eceiVj$Kno better
1 asurance to the contrary, "we j must of course
continue to regard hinv ns substantially the same
i we bare erer dn.e. Jf he des -nt chooae to
resniind to the iotrma lories of - the Enquirer
Lad itsciirrespofiden'sj comej ont boldly" and
, define his postuoo, he may 4p:prctio rxiu the
I Kspicioas and incur the, hostility of one parly,
wbile he fail to gain the confidence .f the olh-
-.. fr. It is tor hiuiseitto tsay : whether or not he
wtll occupy, thii pustiiou " While the Loco
Focos threaten' hi th for fnaintainlrt, the Whigs,
from self-respect, will not entreat htm 'to atao
dn it. These latter Hife a plain? Mtht to pur
sue. They are laboring lb refunn t!ie abusai of
t!e Government, and ro ejfet from the heim of
bilairs corfupt and emUeoile nunistersj and
withodt condescending to solicit or to b?r.
carnTjr aid fronl any, will cheerfulty rlceiye the
assistance of all. tu promote their patriotic ends.
By this high and honorable wurse.l they have
already obtained the confidence of, ;a majority of
the people, and by persisting iri it; tiiey will re-
throughout the! land, produced by the ! acts of
this very .administration, bot to take advantage
of that poverty byjofferog' a bribe in money to
sell voles, is at onde bartering away the liberties
of the country j and calls for aurally of every
honest man in the jand to prevent oar being eold
outright This adminisiration stops at nothing
fool aud corrupt to carry its-plans. In detroit, a
Ukioit Cldb ! has been formed of Govertimeot
office Jioldcrs. who Ihold their meetings in secret.
A similar club Has been formed in almost every
city in lbe onion, eaeh making up. in its own
purse for porchasing votes arid throwing in aid on
weak points ihe i whole is in correspondence
with the Central Club at Washington. ;si
The following is from the Detroit Advertis
TbeUnton Club is but a branch of the Great
Central Inquisition established at Washington,
and but one of the affiliated Jantos that are scat
tered throughout this nation. So adroitly and har
moniously; is the whole managed by the Arch
movsr, that the cord once tooched by him vi
brates electrically In every j city, town and vil
lage to which itj extends The decrees cf the
party are thus promulgated with secrecy, rapid
ity and certainty the will :pf the great magi
cian is at once made known and obeyed i th
whole moneyed and political power of the Ad
ministration through this tefriffc engine, if ill be
b'oowhl to bear upon the popular voice until the
press shall be silenced, freedom of opinion destroy
ed, republican liberty a thing that was, and the
necnleof Michicran oros Irate in the dost. !hi !
r r -i r . o -,r---- r . - i i i '-f . .i i. 1
Who are the men that would thus trample pianauor from tne oaiem uazette
awitalofijimere eqnivocation. Upan the whole,
Mr . iSteVeh8oo has i gained little credit .where
there wa none to be gained and we regret,
withf tlti tArena, that he considered himself
bouod in any manner to open the eoirespondence.
hedid.i-" - : i.-Lj- K.rrr ' i :
With regard to the letter of Gen. Hamilton
to the Editor of the Enquirer on this matter,'
e ahio vigfree heartily ' with the Arena- hat.
" there! t pot a seotenco in the letter which
bears inter rial evidence of its authorships quad
rates with; the estimate entertained of th f-ty.
and chiyalric character of Gen. Hamilton ,wicm
we were acptistomed to regard as tbetjitnper;sonx
ation vUh4 beau ideal of thegentlenlan, tn the
widest sense ol that oft misapplied wora. pe
would be jhartily rejoiced to hear :hit it was a
fororeiryjpl ihat the Editor of the Enqoirerthad
been deceived. But i here is little doubt of its
genuinejftlsl, we believe ; and while we regret
that uen.i h should have so far compromttted
hisdiffnityj we must look upon the letter as an
ofT-habd; effusion, while his mind was iindigoant
and excited and not the deed of hU calm tno-
menis when reason : and propriety held their
wonted sway. it
I lis! i 1 Richmond Compiler.
m . i . ' . si ,
Having frequently beard disputed the
course of Mason and Dixon's line, wbicbj
t amrpdnjdtnu.ef ikt$&limal I
Fv -l '? T;Nfc V. Yb ak, Oct. t
Jlie Uetrist and Mjchran LineOfceo chirhe
fith iNewlforlrjEscciMto rn attack-.
inrfMr Ciuii hi3 corao lipc the Missouri
qtjptiooj Injdj ) 4pm ! the 'I abolition it slavery j ft
thp DisuM of IColumifia.. Betwein the Nalli
fifs of Suih Carolina and the Lnotocd AMi
tijnists ofithfe North, Mr; Clat has a hard iinje
ofjit.; Wheatrethea(thds hit a man, itisja
pretjy good sign that hf is aoutjrisht. r'yjr j Ml
f lAKwirJWRitiHT tsgoingjm diih herSenday
nigni Loeitfcoi; lectures,
She jdfew a larie
crowd last night, and there were soote signs of a
it )S Staled in the MAntreal tatter that the
4espatchief frorai;LoroVGLijrKLO, itebeived by the
issi iM -iws iioui lunxvana, were ac jrssfo
Lord DpRHiM for the person aditinbterinc. lh
Governmifil &f that 8rJons CoiiaocRSE wiit
be sppointed lovernor in Chief on the departure
of Lord JJuitiuM the last is pyMioihif.g
more thainla ron?or. ; . t - I i
i A strong feellnir of ildiffnationi at the conduct
ofithe B HHsli ? tnisiry jtowa rOs? Lord -i Dtrham
appears to prevail ithrooffhont' ihe Provinces
Lord BrocghaIi was burnt in effigy at Quebe
on . the receipt J of the ;news.-and preparations
were making to.cooier tpe same nnnor on uoja
Melb-iiorhel Sv'moiomsof nneasines v betrirt ' to
be perceived in various parts of ihe Provinces,
and ij is klid tbf iiaffalta are recently providing
themselves with arms. 1 The authorities ppre
Uensire (fjsome trouble and have already-de-
sratched remforlement3s of troops to some of; the
districts which are supposed to be most disailect
fngl A Ilami'tpn (U. C.) paper states tbatjalr
'I tl ' ParlMf fa feruiti f r& Km IihiAroforl
1 ' Tharo id nn Annryd in iKa nrratfl murltAt til
jday. 1 The transact tons1 wilt be small till after
lbe arrival of the Royal j William. I
3 1 The city has been un dsn ally healthy the last
week, the whole number of deaths being only
150.. i . .' r , ' a ,.
I j The PRtsrouNT returned to the Seat of Go-
yeriment; yesterday, from his visit io me-Virginia
Sprint, we are ?lad'to learn, jib excellent
neiitri jyat.iat. m
has beenlsp much alluded to, in dlbato and
conversatipn, we subjoin the following hex-
tain that coufiJe
MASON'S AND DIXON'S LINE.
i t UiS il i : i " i
Whenever the rights, interests, or duties
of the Northern and Southern States,! to
spectiveli are in q.es5ion, reference is com
monly nUde to "Mason s and Dixon's Lin?.
This bouridaiy is so termed from the names
of Chailea Maon and J or emu h Dixon -
of thfc two gentlemen who were appointed
to run ittifluished lines in 1761, between
Pennsylyknia and Marlano, on the teirt-
lories:! SHbaected to the heirs of Fenn and
Lord -BatUmore. A tempornry line had
been ruriltfl 173i, but had not givcjL sitia-
factioa io the disputitig parties, although; it
resulted rcm an agreement in 17S9, pe-j
tween thenj3elves. A decree bad been made!
in 10lS3by Kuig Jantes, delineating I Ud
boundaries between t'ie land given by chatr
ter to ihe first Lord Baltimore and ids4
sdjudedrto his majesty (afterwards to Wm
PennY Hieh divided the tj.-tct- of land $e-
tweenll iMlaware Bay. and tho Ecslern Ilea
ori one de, and the Chesapeake Bay! pi
the otijieVjjr a line! equally tintirsccitng! I il,
drawff'nnj Cape llenlopen, to the 4th ddf
gree of -riorth latitude. A decree in chaa.
cervlreriderfed the Kins'd deciefi imi eistiv.
Mr. Elmore, liLC. from South Caroli- But the sHiiatian of Henbpen became lonk
pa in bis Letter published in the Columbia subjelf'ipf serious protracted, and expeliiS-
upon our rights and sacrifice them to a political
fiend f Who are the men jwbo have organized
themselves into a secret band, who gather at the
midnight hourj who! prate of liberty in the
street but forged the chains of despotism in e-
rrecv wno are me men r , he officers of
our G0VF.RNME2IT, and those whom they have
seIueed into their designs.! These are the nvn
who conspire against your liberties. These are
the men who plot your ruin while they kms vou
io pr-'tended friendship. Deroicrat3 thev are
by proflsskjn; they are iorie3,agraiians,li&vel
lers, . jaeobioa, demagogues!, Tin '' practice! and
Tf RAKTS , IX .HEART..-- i 1
WharU their object ? To snstain themselves
ana me pany m mis Tiate and tocoflttnoe flar
un Van Boren in power. To sell Mtehrcran to
that arch apostate from democracy, perpetuate
the reign of terror subvert oiir democratic and
time honored institutions, apd fasten tipon is an
executive despotism more intolerablei than hhat
which wrings wtthjaiiguishj the socl of ;a !iu
sian ser Air excoriates tht; 'mangled remainnf! a
Turkish slave. Awayjwith such men.i-djwri
with their i-fernal rnac(iinei. No mote of their
prof?:ssios34 Theyi j:avlB ..'fiaitered us orig
cuuwn. utT S HOT BE BETRAJID. I
siituenis hare r.etrr been ehfeehleil by the Ic-
or luxuries of ihe world. ,-
S. r-h as we are. we have been -irpm uy -
ningi sirr-ple. hardy, intelligent, accustMnicU to
self governmen and self-respect.- j The -- hn
"ti. i.f n9 -a-nA 'furaiidahle (3. M1
j'r own territory stretchmr through many de-
r U,UnAi up have. Uie fchoj:e of maoy
prodM-ts and manyimcans of tn.ependehce.
I'ha Government is mild the press free. Ue
tWoeiis" freeA Knowledge; reacbe, yr iuay
reach ievery home. vnai :aaref-piiv. v..
saccess culd t presented? Wtat more ri
cessarv than 7 for the? people! toiJ pfeserv. what
they! themselves have created ?;; ? .
'Alrkdy bistheag? caught ihffsp?rtt foarii
stitu&n?. Ithasasveo Jed thends, snolJ
the brlezes of ocean, fit hastnfosfd 1 1 tne
life blood J Europe, andarmed tri sun
platrlof. France, aad the Iw lafdi of UoUand.
t ...tJ i nv.i m ire - rvioin: lias
anvil i.u'jj v.. ,n--r -
opened io Greece the lesson jof better days
i it he that' America, und-r ijMicli:' eireum
elaudw-can beiray helf ? I m sheis to i
ti -in -nLxn ivhiatm-i is."!bvtNer bot'ihey
rA nT.t fTnrfcid it.'mv .couoiirvlmeii. Forb:d
it. Heaven.:-j-'-. -. V ;
- I L - -'
I call upon yon V atiiers, r
the shades of
of soir.o ;
suporitrr ' t '
in older i
Lexiut in (
wer V lk r.
! I'oiuf Tt r
for th? i ;:
time ihs c
Credit CM l'
f?rl r to r;
cash on t
til In r 3 -iv. .!
mOOS r ,5
ens, tj ne
r.uir ancestors, hv the dear abbtM trm rejse in
thi itfeiuR siiil. hv all vou I hose to, he resbt j.'aod 20
ir. i infvisuninn " iv!tLe!veT v attempt tmrn t!
to ttfer your conscience
cfot H, or extinguish your systemj
of public ih
at which re
st roct inn. : i
. ! rait noon Vou. MoTHERS.by ll
ver fills in woman, the love of ror offspring,ta
teaclri them, as they climb yoiir pipes to Jem ua
your (bosom, the blessing f liberty. Swear
them at the altar, as with their baptismal vow,
to be true to their country, and! never forsake
her:.. ! - ' ' ' V .v,:
1 call upon you, yoonjj men, to remember
whose sons vou are. whose blood flows in your
Life can never be iwu short wntcn
nothing Jut disgrace and oppression.
never come too soon, if necessary, in de
fencejof the liberties of our country.
I 'JCP Tjie North i Carolina -. fbieral Feflaf
IMtroe off Yki i proposed, a t Yaoceyyllle, on the
23ih ult. l Senator Brown and the Hdapper" Ut
ile Brno in I 'delivered speeches, I ?n commemo
ration of ihe late signal defeat of i their party,
and eloouent and interesiiBsr letter from Mr
Calhun,r,the new Nollifying ally it the authors
of the Proclamation and Bloody Bill, was read,
condoling i 3 we presume, wart tne mourning
assemblage open the sad occasion of I their con
vocation ! . : i. : . .(-1
'.'"!: j '4-1 . LyAchhwgJjfyiati.
i 1 -Vi 1 ' lit:-
rTTbe Albany Arsius asserts ithat Younff
Van Boren is altppethcr innocent bf the anest o
J. Watson 1 Webb, in England that he had
nothinir whatever 10 do with the larTarr, except
to testify i the signature pi Judge 1 Lansing, 01
New VorlrJ before whom the necessary affida
vits had bf in made ia New York byjthe holders
of Mr WebVs note previous to its i transmission
to Englan!d ! The Argus addsthat the-man
agement of the affiir wa entrusted! to ao Eug
hsh attorney, (Mr. H. Lloyed,) who state3 that
he addressed Mi -Webb a 'private hate, advising
him of the demands sent to him, and expiessing
a reaJioes to place the matter upon the most fa
vorable footing, and he only held him to bail in
Bristol because he could nut fir.d him in London.
:k ti ; JLyinchburg (Virginian.
-CP H B now stated, with great iysitivenes3,
that Thorhf s Hart Bentuo U ahe authoT of the
editorial arMeles in the Globe,, assaiiibg the offi
cers of tieNavy). lb. ' , . '? 'i M
ICjPGoV. Bajby, of Alabama. 'Jn a Tecent
Address jjeftire the Temperance Society of Tus
ouloosa, g;j-ye, a striking jillostraiicol ol the con
nect ion bettveen Intemperance and cri ne. He
s'iled, thtit, in the course of his ! professional
career at the bar, (and he U a distinguished criia
inal lawyertl he had been.emploved'to sume 50
or HO capital casjs, every one of which as well
assbe then. reex!!ected, was connected with tn-
temperaneej lb. ,
Iho sum of
crM'it .vn- t
the de'rin t
warded by J
The f:ic; -bition
the caoso ,it
for the p! 1:
for the c! f
t'rate who r r
had no juri
to enter a
of civins t!.
We cull the following frwn the pages of Ir.
Sliccr's pamphlet en Duelling :
' From the time at which Francis -the I, jurisdiction
of France, gave the lie to the Emporor In th a
Charles the V, and ofVered to maintain it j ttce Tomtnc :
by a duel, the practice with tli's high sane- j t and dic tion
spread alarmingly, especially among- tors lib" cnttir
the nobles," and military men,5 tv hen either- jars,! so ns t
the lib or other opprobious langauge was
given ; which barbarous; fashion became"
the cause of many wounds and murders,
aud of much poblic and private mischief
so potent for evil, is the bad example of
men in high places, j The practice obtain
ed in .England, also, to so great an extent,
that iii tho single reign of j George the III,
it was estimated that there we three hun
dred and forty four persons engaged in du
els, sixy nine of whom werb killedj, and
ninety six wounded. Many of those- com
bats took place from slight, and all of them
from Insufficient reasons. Andfrom a pe
tition jsent to the British Parliament by Mr.
Joseph Hamilton, it appears that such is
the (enderness- of the sensibilities of Brit
ish gentlemen of honor, that! Col. Mont
rjomeiy was shot in a dncl about a
Capt. Ramsey in one about a servant
Corrcspon denci tf Aej National Inielli-
Dcvcbpcmcnts. Wecopy i from;a
paper an account of judicial proceed ires recently
had in that Stale, developing somefo) the ma
chinations of the Albany-Regency irpy Many
of the people of Virginia are hard' of belief as to
the systematic 4nd-ineenary profligacy of the
parly in New York, of which Mr Van Buren is
the acknowledBdleadenndihttghtesibrnawent. ! votes. Mri RmcT llna,a .
fhey have, in times past, feeea indmed to re- strennona ! ItirM nnnni air 1-, .
1 eiescope, is al wrong in some things
concerning political Abolition in the North'
In New York, the Regency of this State is
courting Abolrtibri votes j in every possible
form, and, where it . cannot woo them! it
wheedles them into driving out the Whio
tu.....' . ' i .. Si- w -.
canniaates to sucti bold expressions of o-
pinion as win drive tront them all Abolition
nttit ilia MtnnnllI xuii.!.U l L J- '. - - I
miktitMimn: nA lf- hiU!- Il il.: Gerritt $iith is coaxed and tickled bv
bargains and sates by the Regency, pnrty.ai fa- . Regency jleaujrs at Albany in very jva-
bles.concocted by their political iipponents for "cv l9TlP 4 ne, leading Admimstra-
party.effectv But the rues hareSfdilfen out a- on paper in Boston is ah Abolition oaher
the Boston Adyocalo, 1 mean Mr Stan
ton, an Abolition; lecturer, in thig city, tlm
uigiii, rojiuoea tnat albert Smith,
tne Aaministratiop candidate in the Cura-
berland Congressional distiict, was elected,
because 51 r Whitman (Whig) would not
come out (bf the Abolitionists, He saidlhe
bad a letter from the Abolitionists there who
refused to. vote for Whitman on the account.
rive majority, you will! remember, deter-
iu i iiea mar ciecupn. j t .; . j J
' If Mr Elmore will direct his afferttionito
hew York city, he will (earn much of the
moyements and sprmirs of Northern Aft.
litionism. t'The merchants- here, i one In A
.11 lm.. -i. ..J-t.l? .i! . "..177
r, . ma7 fjt repe. inaiRparty,'-and :alf fits
mdng themselves now; aod are showing to the
vtuiiu tyiv u uuk ucru MJja oi . tiem.
,. The: patriot will derive Hut. little pleasure from
the perusal of these proceedings, when he re
flects that perhaps the destinies of the great
CKtmmon wealth ot fiew Vork are ia:: tbei hands
ofsuch men as Mack &. Co .ho imike a trade
of politics, and practice oponLthe principle that
the offices of the people are the spoils of i parti-
aviaa; uic nmona ft nig.
MR. JEFFERSON'S' Cri
Extract from Mr. Jefferson' Circtlldr, address-
, i ed to Office-holders uAdetJdifaelA
: The "President of the! IJntfd States has
seen with dissatisfaction, officers cf the Gener
al ..i.: -. ' ' ; u - .
i uuiriiiuictM, iaiur, on iTa i ioosk occasion?.
acuve parts in me elections ol pubtw fonctiona
sive litigation, particularly after the dralb
of Perm,; in 1718, and of Lord Baltimore
in nMhltiU John and Richard and THo
mas Penh, who had become tho sole pro
prietors 'of; the American noessionsi pf
their ;fat&J& Willupi) and Cecilius Lord
BaltimorEljgrandson of Charles, and great
randsbnjff Cecihus, the original Patentee
entered into an agreement on the lOth of
May, 174 To this agreement a chart
was appended, which ascertained the site
oi Uipe aeniopen, and deliueated a dsyt
sion by arUEast and West line running w'ct
ward uprhjljiat Cape, to the exact middle
of the pehihsula. Lord Baltimore became1
aissatisneq wun this egroement and he en-;
deayoredltolinvalidate it. Chancer v sniiV'
kinglyjderijies, and proprietary arrangements
followed yf hich eventually produced the
appointment of commissioners to run the
temporaryj line. This was e&cted :in
1739. 4 But the cause in chancery, beibs
decided j 759, new commissioners were
appointed who could not, however, agrfe,
and thelfji(&tioii remained open till 17fl,
when 0iieitie was tun by Mcssis. Mason
and DixJoHll '
' w mm i... . r-
; 1 1 i: f lit " I
Fetherston in one about a recruit; and
Stcrne'a father in one about d goose. Gen.
Barry was challenged by Capt. S;n:th for
dccliiting a gUs of wine with htm at din.
ner, in a steambo tt, and another wast .com
pel led to light a trout a phufi
prettyl fair specimen (by the
of snuff; n
n05t common S y lead . to
such,, in all countries,
a theatre, a horse rice, a bet,' a game of
hazard, a lewd, woman, or some other nut
sance o society, is com rrj only!
torn of such aliiirs of honor.
. .vivv.j . . i . ofcase: uovern- I : J, "cm ia aui q. v io news
in Ant.. . KrMlnm nt lui.:n k.ii.Ji J . t . . I w9rar in iIa ..i. .1 '.I i . i .
-.:t , r - tpwuiji wi it'-' fc viy wuicu . noes not reiecti it.
theroutgal independence of GovemWeot, iod of unless it be the New York American R.
CHW-X. Tr U,e a"$ r the 'most- iofltiedtial i Ad
.stitationSv it js deemed improper fUrf
pending on tlie lxecuiie d the Un
tempi io coniroi or mu'ience ine; tree exercise
oi-ine etecuve itgDi. it te eripeiea that no
officer will attempt to iufljencW th;e votes of
other men; nor take any part in f;the; business
qj elect inoeerifig' that, being deemed locbosi&t-
ent with the spirit of the constitetiuh and. his
TTM nt . itvll h ari.sl.orl till n.jj It A
ry"' V ". r - V - . v ""A V: con- l nimutrali..n ; I s . . .
ffieers de;. n """.:i"V i"T ? i1r wlW P
una on Uie Jbixecutie . the Un on. to afJ . r OHU ler rosi umce, ihe
GEN. JACKSON'S InmptrU JfltMrcss.
The receat j demonstrations ofi ptiblic senti
ment lDcribs jon tbi list of exeujiye duties,
in characters too legible to be ovVtiooked, the
taak of re. f'rm-f which will reqniref partjcnlarly
the ewc on of it Uoe ABUSER TJI ATIHA V E
BROUGIITHK PATllONAGEIOt THE
FEDERAL GOVERNM EN V INTO! CON
FLICT WITH THE FREEDOM OF E-
journal in which Mr. Van Buren publishes
- .a vuiciai acisy apthwily,' ts conduct
-xu couor w nose views correspond
... u4uu18l5 ; viia tnea wnat is uiis
"targest liberty" of all Not thrn Locofolos
. Aid!,t Fanny Wriaht's and Mac
Kenzi tt merty and equality but liberty! Si
equiity fovall races, 'eolors and creecjs ?
AlIU What seen r 1 1, t,.. r-i -: I : , ,1 .
n: 7 :v"7 s" cimore, in nis
D IMPORT ATT INVENTION,
A' correspondent of the National lote'.li veneer
states thatil Asahel Colins,of Ulster Village,
N York jhi!made what is Jikely tck provTa tah
ofible irajrSjhen in the mode of sapplyiog
atrHa trjei fies of ' forges and furnaces t4 various
deripjiantjl by which a great savin-r ilj'bo
effected ii jte quantity of feel', aeoeasary to"
general n piferi c?greeoi nt?ar. a rinwheel,
or other bloiiiig apparatus,:? to bo placed wijh
in the Ooe ipfVthe furnace, and put into action jso
as trexft1theair from the fire chamber, and
the ait thoawa ihrough ihe fire is to he pop
ducted through arube;in its highly heated slate,
itn ti.e ' iasj)iiti underj the graubars, which.ias
well as; the; furnace,: is lto be made air-tight.
Such a jprltori of fresh air as might be JLnd
nrcessary Io' the purpose of keeping up the com
hustioa is! t lbe admitted throogh proper opeh-
; 1 i!teLsJM- li e : ' - , . li
a uuiuuei ui rpnnujeni5. lairiV
Keiy to exceed in nulit;
inventor. Mr Collins has
Patent for his inipnnnn
Who preach thk bri.kini'of i-nrrtr.rii but has aelaypd having it completed, as he eic
contracts, aiid the repeal! not onl. SrfcL ' farther improvements by which
OUR COUNTRY. By Judg4 Story.
her. redlie'Jt what has been, what is,
hov in it ptfesibie ; not to feel a profoitiud sense of
the rcjpiiisibilttiesof this .republic to all future
ajr' VVfeai vast m.wives prcs u)oa uh fr
lotty effort I What brilliant prospects invite
our enthusiasm !l What I solemn warnings at
once demand out vigilance and moderate our
confidence t. ' . J
The old world has already revealed to u, in
tluosraied bocks, the beginning anl end. of all
its marvellous sirbggl&s in the causOj cf liberty.
Greece ! lovely Greece Jjbe land !of scholars
and the nurse of arms, where sister republics, in
fair prcessjou, chattered iih praise of liberty
audjhe good wfiere is she? Herjjarts are no
more: Tiio lasl sad relics of her, temples are but
the barraqkf of a ruthless spldiery; tlm fragments
of her columns and palaces ate in the dual, yet
beautiful in ruiost .She fell not when, the mighty
were orwrt her. Her stvns were united at Ther
mopylae and Marathon, and the tide of her tri
umph rolled back; upwi the Hellespont. She
frlf not by the huads of hei own people. The
man of .viaceconia otu no. ihe work jpf deeiroc
lion. It as already dune by her own corrap
tiuos, bandtsbmeors, and disentiohs.S
Botae frepuican Rome! whose eagles
gl.nct;d iri the rising 9'iu where acid what" is
slid f The; tie rniil city yet remains proud even
in her desolation, noble in ideclioe, venerable in
the aiajestyjof religion, and catm in Jhe compo
bure of deatlj. rThe malariri has but .tra
velled in tho i parts woo by the destroyer.
More than eighteen centuries have mburned o
ver the. loss of the empire. A moral disease
was upon her before Caeaf pa&eed the Rubicon,
an J Brutqs did not restore! her health by tha
deep probtrizs of the. Senate Chaos bor. The
Goths and Vandal1, and Hues, the 4 warms- of
tho North, Completed only i what was becrud at
home. Romans betrayed Rome. I'he legions
were brougiit and sold, but the people paid the
tribute- moody. -:
An wfiere are the R?p4Stics of modern times
which clusreied 8 round i.imurial Ifaiy ? Venica
and Greece exist b'jt ir niuie The; Alps, in
deed, look; do w n opvn the; orave and pwactful
Swiss, in their native fastnesses ; hut thp guar
anty of tneir freetiom is th-sir weakness, anu not
their strength. The mouoitaics aire j not easily
retained:, j When the invader comes,! he moves
like an avalanche, carving destruction in his
path. The! peasantry sink before him. The
country, too, is too po &l p&miejf, aid too
rough lor valuable conquest. Nature presents
her eternal barrier on every side, to leheck the
wantonness ef ambition. And Switzerland re
matas, with hr simple invitation, a military
road to climates scarcely worth a permanent pos-
at the bot-
LOOA' OUT JIOIV YOU KISS A COX
SACKIE GIRL !
session,! and protected by f the jealojoy of her
XV e stand the latest, and, if we fail, proba
bly ihe lasLex&mble f self-governroeoi by the
Peop'e.j ;VVe have begun brtder circimstancvs
of the most aoaickrtj nature. We are in the
Vigor rf. youib. Oar growth has never been
checked by the oppression of ty rainy J Oar con-
w days since one of the mfrrsinji
from Albany met wiih an accideut losomt part
of the Imachioeiy soon after statnnr, which
obliged I her to stop at Coxsackie to1 repair. ) Sev
eral passengers went ashore and tpok a stroll, a
long the towu ; and one of, them la very respec
table lawyer of this city, dropped Soto a school
house, at which a number of scholars remained
it beting noon and the teacher absent atj dinner-
The lawyer examined tie writing 'books
of Several of the scholars presenr,w ho were prin
cipally little girls, and com pi i men ted the;r im
provement ; and actuated by d 6trong ; attach
ment to little childien,t-e kissed' several of them.
They all took the gentleman's tokens of
fondness in go nd part except one, jw ho, as she
ti3d entered tser teen? entertained rather! more
coy notions than her feliowsHoik ihe.getitle
man'b freedom in duc'jjeon, and rbnoicir hbiae.
communicated the eiltoce upec her delicacy 4o'
her father. The pareot readily sympathised
with hia Migr.am dahter, and pruceedir,g at
once to a jusiice of the peace gfot jout a ! war
rant fur the arrest of the gutlemanj for his "a" si
eault f upkn the lips cf the gir and a conskiblo
of the town was seot for, who soonlhad the un
lucky offender in propria persona beffbre the roar
gistrate,who upon a hearing of the cao jfined
the aggressor 50 dollars for hiaaniifteiilional of
feuce; lhe gentleman had no other resort- than
to pay lhefi'i,ind profit by his exerience the
next time chance mav throw hi n.
Coxsacksie school girUat pinner time.
V. K. Son.
THE FRENCHMAN AND TIE BANK
Vat yon-sav sare ? Vill
dis oot one ter. d.dlar your, se? Vill you;
not pay 1'argent, sare de silvare, devoid do
cop parB fi ...
Vefi 11 r:
get alon wit!.
til him an.i
: Bridrret, 1;
til l.im- thai
and l!ve a r :
mariher, c i i
way down !
Sune have -
llatn't I fi
in me mon;! ,
to be drinlir
or. by a?c! J : .
merits in a I.
roind a 0 ir.
forks frym i!.
you'll n.jl !
comesi- I'm '!.
'and yer no i
wid I his ui! 1
jye aiayji-i ;
no; ata clu
erj, but .mi.'i.!
m-iy aisily ?
says he, 'l i!
he jbs a f :s :
mouth aiu r
byt nulJ mi' .
. Dostltur, ti-.r
wa? foil 'f !.:
thfr 7 ' I ' -
B'iV ho ; j
inlil my j iv;,
rrt ft ('my n wi ' '
lion io my 1 . .
dr as jTUr
red fire o i!,
strtkis h'ui .h
.'Is thatirl !.
it's only yr t
it is.sajd J, ;
face on t:i' v:
half to pjv f r
be enough' ( r
jo?t ak htm tl
ruA bren .
, ... li ( ... i i
polling? is''!' i
" We J.ave suspended, air and do not redeem
our note in coin." - ' j !
f Suepende? whatrWhat-hacg by de neck
ItUoneuamn thieving dog? O n-, sare, yott
oo deceive me. atP. s n.. i . :.
de pwteledegun. de cannoaj sare eb? Vill
you no pay de lrgent ? ! 1
'No, Mr; Tr4,mpe, we cannot redeem the
pole noy but wUi when the othej baoks pay
theirs.1-; ' - - v 3
I Wen els other banque pay deir. sare ? By Gar.
de oder banque say de same, sare ?! Ven you
pay yours) eare ? Mutt Dieu-.Moo Dieu 4 la
fiTL S,,fre ,d-CoPP I'argeot, aare.
V be revenge, ere. Look eere-I tare de
damn billet note io little piece I spit oo him
I chew him you loe your damn nu'e, sare I
JTT""1 aflB reTeo l b Gar, re-
Lrt1 lb."1!. ?bmn walked out
leon T tmperul air bf a Napo
V B? Il4
from Girc . "
Deaf Sit :
dian are i:
the utmo?tU :
have ?pnt in
talk,' and l
be, that tli' y
Creek hnv.: i
lous for a V
hostile flwiri f
machine u '
practice cf ,
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