' ---p. V ,.
1-1 rl-f,vT. 7 - v., i C
! i ' ! v. ' '
i I-- - ;
: - , -' '"' e 1;
: t ; -. f
TbooaabJa" of Vhe Ton!e dollars
l)ae beerulaTishlj expended for . -j,V-.
f 'Gil? and damask sain ioeredt Set tees, j If
v ;GiU and damak aatio corettd Sofas,,
Gilt and daiaisk satin cut eredBrgeres i
. Giji and da mask satia curered Fauieaifs,
T, Gilt and damask satin cofere4 Cbairs, -
GiJ: and damask satin coferMt-OiiQuians,
Gijt ao'l daniaj-k satin coyefed Iauures,
' Gilt and damask satio corerfd Masic stool,
Gth anddamak'satid covered Foot eiools..
Gilt and daaia&k satin cofered PjIIowsJ . ."
. Still Mr. Van Bnren waSnot content ; be
longed far the f Tut kisk divan' ind the Frenrh
cuinfurtable. A "good ' locofoco democrat, roe
tliiiik. miflht hare, been prettT'well :satiffil
with a crimson da mask 'sofa sod af pillow xifeoft
down encased in a silk cover. And a balky al-'
dertnan, ins jsaid, after enj 'jmg bis tartleoop,
canv smite awsy his six hoar; it perfect ; peace
with all mankind, by plaeing his corporation with
in the gtTnernas dimensions .of s bergefe. i Bai
nenher the crimion damask sofa ind"t down,
siik corned pillow, nor tlie;capacioaa bergere
would content Mr. , Vao ;Bdri. f What was to
be done The ottoman has no iack m hereon a
hard-handed democrat, weaned .with ; the care
of btatf , can lean, and the' tabooret is pari and
parcel of the Cowt regalia and may be soiled bv
too fnquent use ;'tbe mosic-stoal and the foot
stool, albeit covered with damask satin, are too
low for a favorable disposal of the extremities.
What could be done, sirjin this dire emergency,
bat to pay down $370 of ;the People's cash thst
Mr VVanu Buren may edjoy ihe luxuries of the
Turkish divan' and the Fiench com Air liable
nude of exira materials ?! V And as these! fine
articles were'doabiless booght dog cheap', and
f csjwcially as every ;drg has his dayglo these
j; o days no good locofoco can ongenerooslj
vnihholtl from his hard.handed.democraiie fiieod
t d!iahts of a dailv 'lounge' on a comfort'
alle. Bol I oaine, Afr.Chiinnali, that alihough
bke-jay, yeUow. hammer, whiuaker. and dock
w?.i " -iii unec led ers boosebold
t.- 2 r,mRiuw.nafatb-lhem. wheo he
l.'.hnni i rake leave If plantations and speck
led eff, by bis wilt; (written r nuncupative.
.-Tfe.-M h tob bad foe Christtsn coon-
try: B.tihisisnotj e fUn Z?l fc
strsct' of pajmeots SmSde by T. L. bmtib,ibe
following bil I is alsoweloded I : ;
v "i W ASHiiriTOwI Anffost 23, 1 837.
The (Jailed States Government for Presideol's
,' House, -' .,- i ? . . :
Ta'Aogtj RCammeyer, Dr. .
453 Broadway. New York.
For GOLD LEAF, GILDING
MATERIALS, laborand ex- "
- feengpi to tha Preiident'a IIonso:: 62.000 00
; ' August 25, received payment in -fall
of T. L. Smith,
v; AUGtV F. CAMMEYER.
Do you sanpnse, Mr. Chairman, that a plain'
mi9j'(i isinaicu i,uiuv" -u "
be agree thai Martin Van Buren acted fairly
bv Davm? out monevt which had been appropria
ted by law for 'furniture for the President $
House. in bovine GOLD LEAF and GILD
ING MATERIALS, and afterwards whip
ping the' Ttknd.: the slump' by calling
GOLD LEAF and GILDING maierials house
hold urntfure ? No, sir, be will not. Tbe
genuine locofoco is too honest for that. Some
few of them may, perhsps. be persuaded to ad
mit that Silk Team ana UoscUe$ are pan
and parcel of an orthodox aehedule of democrat
ic household furniture, but I rr that tbe appli:
cation of red but pincers, racks, gibbets, bow-
8t rings, chain, and molten lead, cannot induce
one of thftn to arknojledge that GOLD LEAF
and GILDING MA IKKIAL, may oe legiu-
matelv inaerted in the same schedule.
But ihe end is lint yeUV4 I have before me,
Mr. Chairman, the Original bill (duly receipted)
of C. H J. F. Wpite for sundry ' FRENCH
whose rill was omnipotent, even to the disadu-:
tion of a cabinet And they etU ;bo doubtless
remember tbe smooth, nimble counter, who,
I est pad of t&onntinr; barbed steeds :
To fright the Souls of fearful adversaries, .
capered in the palace saloons ; and, afier be had
his etie. roused the feogeanee of the eod ot his
(pretended) idolatry sgainst the then Vice Pres
ident of the Lmted Stales, and thsn hied aivay
to carry party considerations, to "urge 'party me
rits, and to solicit party favors at the foot ot the
British throne ; and wbo has. since that period,
paid more eoxitt io enemies than' friend i end
thus turned their hearts and brought Mum over to
his side.1 I I" .. r SrS-T'L
I have also heard some persons affirm, in re
gard to the aniefpom that it had out a suffi
cient qurober of cAntrs lo accomnodte the visit
ers there at times kept in vading. I am satisn
ed. however; that the President cannot be eware
nf ihn fart kr h nn Id hive ordered lor this
room dozen or two suk auma vr uiw
canes from the other apariinenis of the palace.
from whence theiii removal would naroiy navw
ba recognised a 14' -- "5 "
Democratic Presidents, Mr. nairmsn, wamw-
timea eet lirtsd of their lurniture. come change,
perbape, bs taken piece tn mo lasuioa, iu u,
IU14IIHI1U. II UTUfUIlP
mtl and thv send it off to auction and sell it
for a whistle. At Mast six different safes of
old' or unfashUmalU furniture nave been held
within tbe last seven years, . . r. v r'
5ih December, t$33. Gross proceed f 636 93
7th do i ido do do
23rd do i ido do do
1st Jtfayrl 1834. do do
lOtb March; 1835 , do V do
23rd November, 1837. do do
Commissions and other expenses
i 53 55
L 200 50
i 190 00
BEDSTEADS 1 JUaroJe top Washbtands:
a t . m a. A i M-f wwmm w w ' - - - - j
nianj 01 buhbh w- 'o . m.i;f. t n.;...V-- ni nnd mhr
tu sec American Comfortables f introduced at the
palace, ihey wilt hardly. admit tbe propriety of
Xthe true representative of the real hard-handed
demicracy sending the cash of the People across
lh wide Atlantic lor Ihe purchase of French
comfta-lalles: '."at a tune, too, when thousands of
"rfmrica' cabinet makers and upholsterers, who
nohutBterv. booeht August 10. 1837. for the sure
of 41.599 50 of tbe 1 People's cash. These arti
cfes may be denominated hoosehold forniture
in tbe proper and true understanding of the terms.
But, s;r, I protest against expending tbe money
of mr constituents foreWant FRENCH BED
STEADS. Must the AMEK1UAIN ook, aaa
op iation beeiuss, fioa we P'"""
or the People, that L ahoul pay so much
respect Utbe suggestions oi raauw j-
? . , - .v w ! ..t I should aa.
- 'It t necessarytnowcvcr.Hio ,
snrToa,siMDat I suoscriooiwi'""- -
pinion that military pincers ic ,,,w...-.7
or their conduct; tnd amenable to , the de
cisions of a court rairiul;aller iDeyiutvo
left'tbe service; for any improper cuui-
The principle was estabiisueo . in aug-
Und, in lbe case of .Lord ueorge aiu.
nr ihe battlelof Minden r it wis known
'. .. ... . .... - - -I ,
snd recognized by til the sncient lepuoucs ,
,nJ i narticullrlt aDolicable. I thmk, to a
Got etriiaent like ours. I therefore pledge
myself to inswer, before a coutt mariiai, m
any luioie perioa, to auy. ujB, -r-.r--'
be brought against me.: . . , ? . -,
mT have the honor, fc,,l ' t
W H HARRISON.,
li.WWts'a cunoiog devfee of the devil, Umintr.rgeuUu,
for the benetil ol tnuer consciences, i u rt;ca; utL
retain'all the advantages of the slave ways, thai we rr
J. ! A rm strou a &c. I:
': (SiMB DATE.)
"Dear Sir; I have this dav forwarded to
the Secretary of War my resignation of tbe
commission I bold in tbe Army
This measure has not
sf stem, without the, expense, trouble; and
uti.it havinff-traced the inennaltty we
complain of to its origin, we proceed to ask
t.. tolmt IS me TCincuy S - - o icweu;
ii first to .oe aougu u .,uw wv..w..v,
tnc tBi ' - : .
"The Priest is nntversaisy a tyrant, um-
. :.ti.. K. ,ite!vfir of his brethren ana
therefore .: ,s , V '
l.imM! " v -.r
-.ill mav he so noosed that we.prolestants,
hate ho priests : but foe ourselves, we know
no fundamental diflrencej between a catli
olic Priest and a Protestant Clergyman, as
we know no difference of any magmiuuev
relation to the principles on wuicii tiiej,
. , 1.-2 .. . D...tn.inl Ptitirrli and
are mscu, dciwbcu i iWm -
a ;iCatholic Church." J.X-:
- 'iiThorp.fflnii be no classof men set ar
part ind authorized, eithrr byjaw or jasn--ionVfo
speak to us in the name of God, or
i karintrnnlrn r)f1he WOnl CI U.Hl ;
& THE WORD OF GOD NEVER
DROPS FROM the rKlL.o l a iitw.;;;;
Bul one might as well undertaKe io oip
tf",U-rJ the ocean dry with a clam shell, as to unr
oeeo neieruuuou i - . : -
ftf'tn Aim .
. We hopeoutfri :
ter and Star, and i!
the W hi; presi i!,
Stale will give u
ing, that the r.;';:. '
prepared fcr the s
3 ' ; . . 1 . J lllAI 1
t : a' '' " Eea.oo? n q. . .? - ;f3 jorj,;. cAerw md leefnuLorirf maple, that
i reselive crafts, as- the artisans of Pans and WTtK, atain aiand nefflwted in
; Ih VV I ''r' ?re l0,.CerTiT- tresis, for the Mttvood; sandal, ebony.
s ! i . marka for ihur beautiful labncs. . h! 1 l-t 5 rn a Kr.v. nA thm far
k : i''
4 .; '
1 will not detain you, sir, longer in the green
and yellow drawing rooms than jnst to direct
your eye in retiring from the latter, first to the
s, elegabt mahogany oilt rnuonted piano forte, and
, then io the heavy gilt bronze mantel line piece,
repreniing Hannibal, the celebrated Carthagi
nian Grnt-ra'; at ihe, battle of Cannae. ' .
Thtre are na other apartments oo the fir6t
fl hi of the palace excepting the" court levee, or
lauauelim room.1 and ihe. family ditiimifriom.
' w ?i sundry aiore rwims, and plate and china
, closets oetween tbeoK I .shall ?call yio alien
i ion . M r. ' C b'airman , to the f-ourf oAotiefirtg
' Room,' but hot until we. shall first step to tbe
left of the greal eni ranee ball, that we inay as
cend the grand staircase covered with a rich
Brussels carpet in order to lake a very; Cursory
view of the interior arrangements on the Second
' story of tbe palace. .The apartment on ibis sto
ry which has been" most admired is denominated
the Ladies', Circular Parloi,1 corresponding in
form, lustre, and elegance, with the ' Blue El
lipiical Saloon; on the firtl atory. Tbii beauli
ful ' ..par lot? -was filled up iti handsome style by
Mr. Adams, and was occupied by that President's
fauuly, during his term ol office, as their com pa
rlny receiring room. Saon after Mr. VaoiBuren
came tnio power, tbe Ladies' Circular Parlor,
s wll as every oiher apartment in the palace,
' was ordained to accept a splendid outfit j at tbe
hands of the gilder, the painter, the eaiyer, tb?
opholsierer, and the imporier of gold and; silver
Nett procetds of sales $5,680 40
After alii sir. it ma? be better occasionally to
dispose of the surplus furniture of ihe paiace. oth-
erwise us ncn aaioona wouio wuu irKwuio
auctioneer's; roorcj at Bishopsgate, to which no
blemen, impoveriabed by their vices, order the
furniture of theirlbastles, lor tne purpose oi - rai
sing the wind. j
lp be fjonrtnueaj
- g ;
From the National Intelligencer
A Lucky Ci rc cmstancb. In the midst
of the Isst war,! the following order was is
sued by President Madison ;
'"Andrew Jackson, of Tennessee, tt
appointed a Major General in the Army
of the United Stales, m ine place oj mi
lium J2. Barrtioht resigned ''
"This short paragraph, from the pen of
President Madison, is tbe severest com
ment that could be made upon the military
services of the present Whig candidate for
t.ff Isles of the sea ? Shall the People's mon
ey be ahipped across the ocean by ibe People's
chief servant to support rUKElliN mbuha.
MEN almost net ish for lack of bread ? Shall
that bread be withheld from the mouth of bon
est labor' at home, but lavished upon the subjects
of kings abroad t j Why was Mr. Van Buren
so anxious to possess an elegant FRENCH
BEDSTEAD ? Doe's be desire to have the
trimmings of a CROWN BED also? Be
sides the, Ladiea, Circolar 7 Parlor, there are
twelve commodious apartmenta on 'the second
story of the palace-one tf which is occupied by
the President as an office. Tbe term office,
Circles as a vulgar noun, and hence the of- fashion, or not fought al all, and the troops
! . . T I . ... I . I I . I U . . V, ai...l Ua.b.iili.m lanlilll MM M.
jice room is oesigQaterj ai tne paiace oy me
higher sounding and tinkling name ot Itie,
president's Audience chamber
Hard by the President's Audience Chamber
is the ANTE ROOM,' into which all visiters
nn wit h nut a reference to all the reasons
which should influence a citizen who is sin
cerely attached to the honor and interest of
his country ; who believes toat tne war in
which we are ensased is just and necessary
and that the crisis require! tbe sacrifice of
everv Dfivtte consideration, wbicb could
stand in opposition to the public good. But,
after giving tbe subject tbe most mature con
sideration, l am perfectly convinced that my
retirinz from the Army is as compatible with
the claims of patriotism, as it is with those
of my fsmily. and a proper regard for my
own feelings and honor.
I have no other motive for writing this
letter than to assure you that my resignation
was not produced by any diminution of the
interest which I have always taken in the
success of your administration, or of respect
and attachment for your person. Ibe ii
mer can only take place when 1 forget the
republican principles in which 1 have been
educated ; and the latter when I shall cease
to regard those feelings whichjnust actuat
every honest man who is conscious of fa
vors that it is out of bis power to repay.
Allow me, Sec.
" W. H. HARRISON.
Jambs Madison, Esq Pres'i U S. A.
dertake to cure the evils of the soeial state
by convert ing men to . the ChrisUahiiy,. of
the Churcb.";;r--. -vc?i;-
;VVe obiect not to religious instruction ;
we object not to the gathering together of
the People one day to seven, to sing and
pray, and to listen to a discourse trom a . re
ligions teacher ; but we object to 'every
.i . ,. ... '"r k.K . ,.i
ining hkc an ouiicaTu, vwu -3t
every thing that in the remotest degree par
takes of ihe.PriesLVn!.,tA;
The hereditary descent of property
AN ANOPOLY IN
K9lm - 4
. FRIDAY, l .
We have tried the:
We must iceathtr I '
Cf WfllG (
' Our readers '.. ,
another column, :
tral Coaimiilcc z
lion is proposed t
OUR AMERICAN j thai place on t!.
SYSTEM, WHICH MUST BE REMOV- The day appou
LOCO FOCOISM UNVIELED.
MThus it ia probable that Mf it hadn't been I Coming'events east their shadow before
for what happened the battle of New Or
leans would have been fought I ippecanoe
We were told by Mr. Pickens, of South
Carolina, not lonff ao by Pickens who
stands in the front rank, at the very head of
Van Burenisra that the Sub-Treasury is
only the "first act of the Drama." This
significant declaration is thus resounded by
the Evening: Post, the leading Van Buren
are conducted by al richly attired English pal'
ace servant to waif ion til the democratic Presi
dent shall signify bis pieasure that they may be
introduced io ' i&ejpresence.' I have heard a
gentleman complain that the 'Ante-Room bad
not been ' provided with a large 'mirror, by the
aid of which fashionable ladies might properly
adjust their ' bonnets and com;' and before
which, I presume, spruce courtiers who visit the
palace could practise tn making vp their face
of Sir Edward Packenham would have rev
elled in the beauty and booty' they were
promised!" ' j f j
A letter from a gentleman in Salisbury,
: .u .li :.iti:..: . r j r. paper in the city of New York :
u uu, The charaeteristie feature of Mr. Van
some other paper to tbe columns of the Car- , mmwt. t:nn --
olinian, published at that , lace. Wo have BuI7 8 P!TTL2 IFJZZt tl
only to say thit the -order' attributed to Mr. ? .jffi
Madison hv .fibeer fabrication. Genexal he ha. a. yel been able to give us but an
l.,lr.nn k.A K.- in lU iLlor- onmm.na iuuiuij wnupi
in the South from the beginning of tbe war,
under a Militii ; commission derived from
the State of Tennessee As the war advan-
r i tf.i. -j : :.il I paiacvcouiu
o ,rr, mon aoo ,rop.a. n.xonpa is. f , . , . . . . - . -
!.;;:!5;"a2 -?.? W?!r:- ;.Jfm not forbe.?f call jour atteniion..Mr. Chiirman, ced, .t wasjbt proper, in order to en
green last finger cups, fancy toilet salts and
oi sfi lovely foreixn or namtnts. I discover, by a
voucher nu in coy hand, i hat Mr. Van Buren,
on ih 12m day of December. 1837, paid 1.041
of the People's cash (or ihe embellish webi of the
Ltdies Circular Parlor. This sum of 41. 041
U one of the charges in the large bill i$4.St6 0S)
, of Messrs. Paiten. & 'Co. New York land to
which I before referred. I will at this favoia
. be uin. present soinejotber charges included in
the bill of Messrs Patten St Co. Whit do you
Ittihik, Mr. Chairman, of ihe following specimens
- ol tocoloco demociary r
For President s Chamber.
M knf puriains and ornament $
Silk Tassels '
. - ' . For PresideiU s -Parlor.
Satin ' - .
Galloon . '
Cord ' ''
bilk Tasseh ; "
Rst ties .
. " . ' For Ladie's Room
M iking curtains and ornaments
- Crimson' Taffeta T : '
:" ! V Fot. 'Bcdroom'JVb. : 1--.
Making curiains and ornaments
Silk Tassels . ,
jFor Room JVo. 4.
Making rurtHtna and ornaments
&lk Tassels : - : .
i For Room JSo. 6.
Mhkin curtains and ornaments
SUk Tassels:' - .. " ' ;
.-.. f For Room Jo. 8. '
Making curtains 'and onmmenr
Tassels X ' - -
" For BellPuUs.
Silk Cord -;
Tassels " : ,:
" Uoacltes :- 'I 1 !
. ; - I am disposed to believe, Mr. Chairman, that
prest-nt occopanl of the palace is not a 4 re
N ol genuine locofoco.. hard handed democrat He
cannhave thertt sfrtpe. You may de
;pend uptn.4t something must be ; out f of gear.
V hy, air, he loves tassels, rosettes, snd girlish
finery almost as much as a real ' Bank Wh io
to a short passage o the 57th oum6er of the 28th I large hAV.f rv to
b(vk, London edition, of the writings of thedis-I Majofjl'aste Bf!ve i
unwn snpn a rrnnicnnn n.riimni srasi wit. a . .
dtrecf ions to a young man how to conduct
commission him as a
service of the United
' As you are now going to live at Court,'
(says Erasmus,) 1 1 advise you, in the first
place, never to repose the smallest confidence in
any man there whp professes himself your friend,
though be may smile upon you, and embrace
yon, and promise yoo ; jay, and confirm his prom
ise with an oath e'ieve no man there a sin
cere friend to you and do you take care to be a
sincere friend io no man. Nevertheless, uou
must pretend to love all you see, and show the ut
most suavity of manners and attentions to every
individual. Tbese attentions cost you not a far
thing ; therefore,; you may be as lavish of them
as ynn please, pay your salutations with the
softest smiles on your countenance, shake hands
with the appearance of most ardent cordially,
bow and give trail to all, stand cap in hand, ad
dress every body y their titles of honor, prrise
without bounds, and promise most liberally.
I would havejoa every morung, before you
go to the levee, practise, in making op your fce
for the day, at yrfor looking glass at home, that
it may be ready to assume any part in the fsree,
una that no glimpse of your real thoughts and
feelings may appear, x ou must study your gps
lures carefully at borne, that in tbe acting of tbe
day your couotenaace, person, and conversation
may all correspond, and assist each other in
keeping op your character at the Court masquer
ade. ! .
1 These are ihf elements of the tooriier's phi
losophy, io learning which, no man can b an apt
scholar unless be first of all tftvesfa himself of all
sense cf shame, and leaving his natural face at
home, puts on a Uzer, and wears it constantly,
too. in ihe next place, get scent of the various
cabals and parties of the Court ; but be not in a
.hurry to attach yourself to any of ihem till yoa
have duly reconnoitred. When yoo have found
out who is iAe King's favorite, you have your
cue; mind to keep on ihe safe side of the ves
sel. If the Kings favorite be a downrightjool,
ymt muss noi scrvpu tojiatter him so long as he
xs in favor with the god of your idolatry
he vYpzf Major General in tbe
ArmfC State, with no refer
ence to'ioi mitfry command of General
Harrison, which included a district of coun
try sepsrated 1 by hundreds of miles from
that in which General Jackson commanded.
- General ftamson, in consequence of a
misunderstanding between him and the Sec
retary of War, the particulars of which are
of no consequence to the question now be
fore nsresigned bis commission of Major
General in the Army by a Letter dated at
Cincinnati, on the lltb day of May, 1814.
General Harrison's resignation, and General
Jackson's appointment, could therefore have
had no military connection one with the
other, i ft ' '
We subjoin extracts from the records es
tablishing the facts above stated :
" in T.i mora eirtirt la entmim ll.nn f.nJ.
ytrwifui-efor the President's may turn their hearts, and brine: them crtr In
r The Archblsrrcp.siri was deeply read iu the
book of Courts. Irii human natore. and the World.
a,T J JOr FtJRBlTLftt' of -Ik PMinC.
House Now 1 find 4be enure!-bill of
Me.r. Paiten & Co. tncloded io the Ab
racr of paymeiiis uue by Thoms - Smith,
agnt fr purchasing5oifu)'efor the Pre1d nia
lUe, from 15!h April. 1837: to lftth Mw
)i33. 1 would, lberehrireifol!j inqotre:
whether r-mtk, tassels -and pieties arconsid
ered household furniture. Inthe legit hbale dem
ocratic meaning f the wordf I asfcf ir;whe1b
et "tilk tassrls and rcsetles" csn he detn
s a - . - J - t i - v
ocraiicauy ir veoturicd as Dart and
..,. .. - r Tif - " " - . iigiii iit.uuiwiii ui tiic pauvc iu .uv
huho.l furmtttrc .r a hard banded Ipcofocor Vvery character fbich Erasmus Jtonreally toon
9dk tassels and rosett hereaR; tri beiteUtrsaiudeolpb become. It those gentle
writiefi down, deemed, and takeo in thersaraej men Teperote tjbe paragraphs which have lust
category with frying pans, oaken ebeslschaff- been read, and fiei let them burnish eptheir r
.bas?,.and croot tubs ? ' As well tno?bl Uhw lmi&lsceIleeB, ufi'Gfiarll .Urk.WtV -Hminidr,-
eat ciiixen.jf Tulehacken valley who! garnish- Mon; and tbey cannot Jail to recall to mind the
es &w b) UiwBing gujs wttti atrt- of nice ol bis diiiinsoisbed Cocrt favoiite,
"No final measure is yet consummated,
The year 1842, is pregnant with important
event and consequences, and nothing has
been, or ean now be done, but to prepare
for that crisis. It is then that bur glorious
constitution will undergo its hardest trial.'
It seems then that the past ruinous acts
of the ! Administration the overthrow of
credit ruin of commerce reduction of
wagesdepreciation of property the em
barrasitoent and distress felt in every branch
of tiade and industry and the bankruptcy
of the Government, are only Hinitiary sam
ples" of a series of public measures in pre,
paralion mrre prologue of tbe drama
of which the Sub-Treasury is only the 'first
act ' But what are the pregnant events
of 1842 the new scenes that are to open
upon ua after "the first act of the drama''?
Two of these new scenes have been dis
closed to tis by the President and his par
tisan in Congress. The first is he Stand
ing Army project, which the President
could not too strongly recommend "The
strong arm of physical force' is required
to carry out theae measures. The second
is Direct Taxation, recommended in Con
gress by the leaders of the party.
The remaining acts of the drama have
just been unfolded by the Boston Quarterly
Review, the accredited and fostered organ
of the Administration party. Its Editor is
Orestes A. Brownson, an author of some
repute, and an orator high in tbe esteem of
the Loco Foco party. He holds an office
of trust and profit under Mr. Van Buren
that of Steward of the United States Marine
Hospitals; at Chelsea, with a salary of
$1500 a year. Tbe labors1 of this office are
light, and the perquisites, exclusive of sal
ary, considerable. Tbe Review of which
Brownson is Editor, it, we have said, the
cherish organ of the Administration, and is
the medium through which the more studied
and elaborate expositions of the principles
of tbe party are, communicated to the pub
lie ; and from it the Globe and its satellites
receive their cues, The Destructives have
hitherto but dimly shadowed out their most
abominable and at
rom JU AfeeU history of the late war m tbey have become embolden by the passage
the western country. 1 of lhc -b-Treasury, and Brownson, in the
. mm ' ji m . m .1 aw. UUIUUCI lift III. riMWlHW - 4.9m mam. m
you bavecOwervd what be likes and disliked "ttlAWWu!F & fnll devnr"';"
yotrbsiessise.V 5- ' S r I f h W ,he honor, through von. to Fcco.s.,.!
Erasihos proceeds to toonselbis Court pupil request the Preiident to accept my rwignaHrtistinctnefs that cannot be misconceived
o oa mors conn to enetninthnn fri.nA, tkli.JL r wi.- i..2. . - t . n il ' " ."UUI Dl mwconceiveu.
uwn oi o appuiniuicui w major uenerai ne puis lorlh the following as jb part of the
in the Army, with which be has honored ftitnre series of public measures" m ore-
Pbe god himself, to be s re, will require tbe
i efforts of your skill. As oflSo as you hap
luV' h,r1 .i.la. n w ,w-, .l a I n.k In i. 'I'UD IIIIPLPHinn . ' ' I
W. V . mmj lue; Ci ui loe sra oi ry v -w " ii&c'iL.rtC'i!., yoo most ex r
Msreh, .1837, Congress appropriated! twenty b,bM faceof apparently "booest delight, as if
thHasand I dollars 'for furniture of the Presi Joo met transported with the privilege of being
'cfeure'-'vfouae. I nm.i. ih l..... .u- ma nrar the liUVAI. PRwrYisi -
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ED, OR THE SYSTEM ITSELF WILL
"A man shall have ; all hehonestly; ac
quires so long as he himself belongs to the
world in which he acquires it BUT HIS
POWER OVER- HIS . PROPERTY
MUST CEASE WITH HIS LIFE, AND
HIS PROPERTY MUST THENBE
COME THE PROPERTY OF THE
STATE, li to be disposed by of some
equitable law, for the use of tbe generation
which takes his place." -
'It is a great measure, and a startling.'
The rich. the business community will nev
er consent to it. and we think we know, too
much of human nature to believe that it
will, ever be effected peaceably. v It will be
effected only by the strong arm of' physi
cal force.' ' ' v . - t -
It will come if it comes. at all, 7 only at
the conclusion of war, the. like of . which,
the world a yet, has never witnessed, and
from which, however inevitable it may seem
to the eye of philosophy, the heart of Au
manity recoils with horror''!!
As yet civilization has done lit
tle but break and subdue man's , natural
love oj freedom ; but tame his wild and
eagle spirit- The priest holds his con
science, fashion controls his tastes, and so
ciety with her forces invades the very sanc
tuary of his heart, and takes command of
his love. -
Even that he cannot enjoy
peace and quietness, nor scarcely at all"
The Editor of the New York Evening
Post, in an Article giving vall hail! to these
terrible and alarming doctrines, thus speaks:
When intrepid men arise, therefore, lb
make an onset upon our old-fashioned ways
of thinking so far from being offended, ire
look upon them with more than ordinary
regard. We esteem them for the many no-
ore qualities o mma ana neari wnicn ney
ojien evince, ne nonor inem lor tne ong
inality which pries into and detects the errors
of existing arrangements, lor their faithfulness
to in war tl impulses, for their devotion to
what seems to them truth, for the enthn
siasm which sustains them in the midst
of persecution, for the heroic fortitude
with which tbey meet scoffs, jeers, and
contempt ; for tbe energy that baffles
enmity, and for tbe faith which enables
them to j stem frowns of indignation and
menaces, ofdeath. fie honor them, because
tbey dare to be tine to thier individua
character, because they free themselves
from the slavish worship of fashionable
idols, because tbey rise superior to prevail
ing prejudices, because they rebuke the too
common dread of public opinion, and be
a a . a
came oeneatn tneir wnuness and extrava
gance there often lork the germs of some
rear ana au comprehending truths1
buch, then, are the revolting doctrines
as now unfoled, of the Loco foco nartv
and such the mad and destructive measures
which are proposed to be consummated
Header, we entreat yoo to pause and reflec
to ponder long and often on thisdisclns
ore which the party in power have made
oi tne public measures which they have in
preparation. We see what we have to ex.
pect, should the present Administration be
continued in power.
Lest the public ssrvice should- sutTer
and drew his picture - from the- life. And I ap- before s successor can be nominated, I shall
peal io ibe honorable 'gentlemen who represent conltnue to act until the 3lst tnst. by which
tbe Palmetto State oo this floor, lo ssy wheib-1 time I hope to be relieved- --fe"vV
Havrog ome reasons lo believe that
the too3t tnalicrous insinnations have been
tnade against jme af "AVashingtotv it was
my r intention ' to bave requested ah in
quiry into my conduct, from the commence
roenf of my command. Further reflection
has however determined tne to decline the specimens t
1,1 "5 0Tlbr ow of the; Church in all
r its iorms and sects.- -
1 1 1;e ?bolittoo of the laws relating to
v ucsccnt oi property '.v -The
frur the Studied and elahorai-V Vrti..
in.whirhe deTends these abominable pur
poses w present the snbioineri eTirartV .
tJ3 Vaiious papers are quesiioninw the
sincerity of our venerable neighbor in, set
ting up a claim to North Carolina for Van
in the face of tbe very decisive vote jus
faken there, as the Norfolk Heiald. Bahi
, -to. . i - - . .
uufc a auiui, stc L,ei tnem not be too
coohdent of his being in error for 4bey
must unow mat the Democratic Association
of Richmond; have determined r upon the
propneiy of addressing the People of North
Carolina on their late naughty behaviour in
rebelling against the sage of Kiriderhook,
and who can tell what effects such Y docu
ment may produce r The long political ex
penence-of ;Mr Ritchie, the Prosody of a
certain estimable tickler of catastrophes,"
and the Syntax of our rwortbyfriend.Jr.
Denoon, combined in . one paper, may make
it a, very formidable "and dangerous thing to
the Whigsf And, mbreoverf the good Peo.
pie of North Carolina are likely to feel so
much complimented at this.'cxtraneous in
terference in their affiirs ; are compelled, to
such an : , bees jit
which WAS &c!i 1 -
the Thames. T,
Rowan," will yc
go down en r
pared to mairt:'
recent victor .
meet our Whij
and all the other
otically and ?; !:
the 4th of July !
in full force.
'I : - AT .
- - Tippccanc :
It was unani:..
accept the in vi! st
to attend a but? 1
leigh in October :
gales lo the said '
Resolved. -I f.at
and are hereby r.
the same State C
meeting of the I
: e . t l r-t
uay vi me oup i .
tember, at 10 o '
large room. All i:
members, and ais (
: 1 he louotvinj
ter, respecting ih c
r ' . l n t.' . - . - ...
irom, tnis oiaie,
It takes a proper v
ges lions of the L
Several of the
are Kinuiy ayvi..
the election cf be:
far, some of them,
that oupht to t.i
how, to appreciate t
feel folly compete
own anairs. e
Editors tbrocgl. :
stain Trora the d;; .
of gentlemen w ho
ates for the tier::
of il, but ham pe
ders, about here, ;
majority is so h
when .we ccr. 3 1 j
Let os show pr ' ,
tcfore, never d re v
success so iniax:.
jwhat is due ei 1 1. '
Jtry,Socae of t!
are always fishi: ;
ously calculatir 2..
ston among the V" '
Van Buren vote
prefer, two Senat
jy acceptable to th
If it migbt net !
would, as an her
:iy, entreat these c
Jtors may devolve,
?any way, on the .!
ihe Legislature, .'
men, who are U r:
sentiment, to he ;
jdy of the Whi;
words, jlet theni :
i conduct in thi t;
A. Wise-" '."
sake cf the Vui
i - i
j" :. Weoiicc in t!.
'article signed " S
some brushed Tt
the Whigs of V ,
election ; and prc
jlhat ihe Democ;:
frights and liberii
I hem o be .very
j(K e.De:ncc:atM .
;ihe elections s;;
jrelative io tl 1
her evidence i-
lievo it, r.cr ti v
lain" believes I
eo much obliged and indebted to these By the by