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IilNCOLNTON, N.'C3Iriy; 0, IS 10
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f ;' " - , I. - i llArrift'm meeiin.r : but iKatHs unlers!aod, Udy of twelve thouanno five hundred men in
, n :N '4 :Av-vA. .A-l'a3 no bthftr object could brin'tosether such acttTc service, and amJOjerttoT equal number!
lv ticreirs tonienot In Ohio, but ln milith force of two -hundred- thousand men,
I: fTwo Uoni.Ans per annum in advance, cr; two
disiilisfit-tl wilh ihf course tl measure pur-
sueu by the Auminis:rM.i.in. 5 iur. ir.
" ' JSy Suh5cript)Ti 5 lakeu tor les ; than o:.e yr.
J,"' ar! a'fiture i order a dmit muance at ihe end
r rh Vear. w;ir btt 'construed as a neT engage-
so driUid-and stationed as. to be.Teady to
?' paopwill hrt discern in tied lint at the opium
i j. tir written Oo ri;nuriniiio"s u ij iiiv..",.
? busi mffrliey will not he attended lit.
... .. AdVeriiiwnts will lbs conspicuously, in
A PL-Rli . M ETA LL! C CUKRENCV.-
Benton JIurr.hu tilout T 'rar.ee. ,
Tha Tntunal of Conine rce I vide Cn-
mcrce) ar.n unced daring the monih f tFcl-
f4 (be D.)f.a per square, tor the first, and
'jVentr. fi v ' veins fur each, subaeq iff n t, in seriiun. .
Alle'nann t.ount tt-Mtl.W 'e cut the f j!!
af.iumtbns from the Cumberland Civilian of Wke their places. "ui the ranks lit
the lith inst.: " j -
Mr '!i-ip1j .Vn'i will ri!ew5 inform the
j 11 !.!. .1 t I t.o. fv-i;t t. I IVn'm 9ft 1 r" S7 ? the i win ilc
conductors 01 ua .ueaninn. mai iney nave "r w ""'",7 v ' . " i ' . r 1 .1 r ir ! nn.i mi hini ta tillrr iHiattw
t. ti.lrAA t 1 tnrm of service to be eiaht vears four years ruarv wxtv-stven failures in the city of Vara P"t ooJ P"- uuii la alter J!ame
IMJl lliv illlliu uii on MJmtt VMUII1IIH.V. 1 - a . 1 . .... . . .. , .r- . 1
1..u.i,i,nti1pin.,.ii,nfiTPif I nm in the fir&t class: mid. lour in the reserve ; Monc.- 1 he excess oi tue pint liaoiwties over
T fnr? t.w!, lp;r,n :ftf(Sin J oncfourllt Dart, twcntv-hvc thousand men, to UU the property asned amounted to five
if i i J.. . i .1. i a ma Arrir vpif. nnwin. at thcl miliiitis-(jl lr?ncs. Uie Iirm alone reifiains
Harrison, ana no longer u aunpurier oi um n;n-iii-.iiiv'v.; j . r. I . - . . . - i t " . ;
Von nr,n A rl.nm;trtmn- ! f. , conclusion of the first term iuto the reserve, a, f.iulier to t!ro nug little amount of CI,-1
IlAltlllSON'STARrZMAN. and exempted ' from ordinary militia duty 300000 irancs, another U t.ic amount olha'.f
4nril 0- IR i'i - i -i altogether at tho end of the second. In this a million, and nine others ti the amount of
' .u' .;.,,r:-::,.4 n,n0 n I mumpr iwpniv.f.vn thousand men will b 1 lOO.Out) francs. In the hionth of January
ii c me uiincraivijcrij, uiiuui uui initi-,& 1 ... . .
! - iietn Carrol!. autler( tI the VnridiHtrg
upon the loco' fxo electoral ticket of Teii
nr5e, ha kiiicu folorcd in the lUotwtpa.
CJcti C publicly, uudo u series ol "charges
asainst iieu. .llarnon, -and, through - the
iKwpnpers, chaiicned the Whi to ai pub
lic di$rusio tiiosc charges. Col. Jcme,
thejWht elector; accepietl the chailcnj-,
aiet; him, anJ cmp!.tel routed J)im at trrv
upon tho Get.erl, allee-liu, 11k? wam of
e canvas arI the luco lucos have 'put uf n
Mr. Andrew Ei ia his place. ' f!J
Me'a.-.w7 ' , - l - I thn Van Ruri-n f?oni:iitte of Vi-ilance for the dUchariEcd from militia duty every war, and sixty failures were anno jnecu, not; acr-i..
& lA da& due the cause of truth to twenty-five thousand Iresh recruits be rccciv- le than hve minims or dullart. ! W hal a
4lSe wiaert-eby the year.V .- -8ute that,thinkinrfthcre6ughi tobe achanSc, ed into the service. It will be.flumcicnl .for nice thm- a purely metallic currency is!
4Perms sending in Adveriisements mast be we ncw go ftir Harrison and relbrai. a 11. useful purposes, that the remainder of the And what a nice place I urn h for a ,uru
cireful td'niVrk'on.ihe margin the number of inj ; H. 8. SHAPFNEltj militiii.under certain regulations provided for turrenry man like Stftrtwnut lo live m ; isu t
aariionsi or they will be continued until ordered , t "t? A.MnRf!Iv KrJ - iheir irovcrnracnt.be eniolled and be muster- it, Tom 1 Pennsylvania German..-
a Mr. Andrew it. fr ia his pi
Ewini? will bo met br. Junes at cvrrv turn
lie, will ulso bo ir.rt and vniujuihcd bj.hi
uwnproll.cr, nn ireent, v lug and a gent
man of high orde of talcntt.
-cqt.'and charged accordingly
i'X .Can Fkeemen hesitate: to choose,
fS between ti&S KR AL HARRISON and
- . GENERA L It UIN ?
Annexed is a brief; sketch;' of tlie Jife" of
v . CHRISTIAN STATLER,
J HENRY MITCIJELLi
THOMAS LUDDY; ' :. :
' v V. S. WHITTAhRi !
IJOHN RRANTi ; . :
The above is only a beirinnini;" We in
ed at Ions and stated, intervals ; for, in due
nrocess of time, nearly the whole mass of the
militia will oass through the first. sn3 second
classes, and bo either memliers of the active
corps, or tf -the reserve, or counted among
This largest,, political meetings ever hr!d in
the exempts, who will be liable to be called h Citicj of Augusta. Cidumbus, and Macon,
!''.. ... . ' I Knn Kann fir.il iL'ilkik tlm last liirlr.lnlit Irt
II 3 tlie loco foco parly co brains ? Buj
falo Journal, - ,
v.tit Una L-n L-I tlim Mil lit- ritrtninr
against ii log cabin. -Jou.Joural. I
; i' ' . ; : - ' i
' fnm t0 fT 9i n n f rr Zl-n 0 )
THE ORPIIAN WOOD CHOPPER;
Benjamin Harrison - tlie father of, old, Tipp0-
upon only in periods, of invasion or imminent
f '- 0rt - ' f '. I A - I.
peril. mc manner oi .caroimcui, iu uum-
'canoe, r rom so siernog '' v.
fprincinles,- than the ' "rivjst virtuous, generous
Kl-id patrioUc coufu have been imbibed. ,,-.:A's
P lne old cock cr$v3, so the young one learns.'-
lonrl 1!rivlr.rr n 'ictftnr KtlirvRva in thrt W3V
Rnronl f!mmittfn ot bcr of davs ol service, and the rate ofxom
Viinlanrn. Thnr nrr. ntherd lltnt af-jnd in Pensation, OU2ht fO be fixed by llW! bUt.ltie
the, same relation as those above, and 'some facialis nau ueuer ue icusuojwi niFBui....
on it that never
port ;Yan Buren. ; - . i o y.
i.. k o'.m f.hppVfllv sitmed his own death . t
warrant,-as, he believed for the liberty of his
fiintrvmenl so did the son- willingly.expose
t i . ... ia..t - . . I - The subioined document, and the matter nfivv v arils, as re
. a- iiik inp iiiw I'liiiiii i i u l i va - . . i i i u a in 1 i j u QLiuwuiia m a u a a t " a
T:?;J. 'ii - . o;n thX hoMflr.i theretoappended, has been lately printedy or, Presented bv the accompanvinc report cf tbo
... ?1V. "r. ,i.4.a wa, nf- : hiiVhlv, reV .!AV - ".y" . 14 loecretary ot var, cans tor ine.eajiy uuu c-
.y-jL .kiJ r. ;i :nv;r.Mmn -.T m ri.Ufi nf his T - nous auenuon oi-vonsress j uuu,
i : ' .7 - r - -it rl orenarea oy cfinjicmen lor incir own use, arm
irii t rrii knnwn. : lie was a siuueni in me i . ,. ..." ,!. .,
have and will! not, now sVp a plan of which 1 am prepared to submit
i. - t v . ' - to y.ou." ... ,:"" .I "I v -"
Here is the eridoration of this monstrous
project by Mr. Van Buren, in his last annual
The present-condition of tho defences oi
have been heid within the last fortnight, to
pot -the-Harrison bsjl in motion
of that State had determined lo su
own Gov. Troup, but a , better acquaintance
with the old Patriot and btate.-nun, has in
duccd them to revise their dec'uion.
COPY OFA PRINTED LEAF.
ortnight, to About fiAcen or cigh cin vcari ago, a farA
The Whi;; iiy residct! in Fayette couuiy, the lather sn i
unport their n)0ther ot whom died of an epidemic then '
prcvuleut, leaving three childien,. two wiA i
and a daughter, in k foilorn and desiitutuii-ji
ualion. -By this nn-Iancholj- eieut,the raari-'
. i . . .. .
ngemeni: uua suppon ti me lamiiy , cnicil
refcted on the elder brother, then about
f .chicnr j
i : "
'college of W illiam and Mary,"wTi3n his father
and two sisters were simultaneously killed by
a stroke of liirhtninnJ He went early - into
? public life, (ip which his ancpstors had Jongr
. jbeen uistinguiHhed,conimencing his political
career . in' 1754, as d member of the .legisla-
. - An
to be distributed by them among their friends,
we should not now have placed it in our col-
umns, but that it was yesterday brought up
iii the House of Representatives, read and
commented; upon, and is. supposed to havef
ing itself intimately with this subject; I can
not recommend ;,too strongly to your.".c6hsid
eration the plan'submitted by that officer. Tor
the organization of the inilitia of the United
Sfafes." . "! - - , -1
- f Phe following is the 17th section of the
iro of his. native province
h im fip.nnirnfl in r hat Cflnacilv. combined
Iwith the! influence naturally accruing frorn
fortune and distiniruishca fujn"conwi.-'
Urfeft:ti Trutr aDfltHntor ihe Royal Goteru-
-.ant.Anliet htm'iri their favor : and lie wa3
Vfccordinolv olTereda seat in the Executive
U,.nril nf VirimaV-attation analagotTS to
was a tempting bait fo an ambitious y
m i hut as even at!ttiat time, the measures
in the British ministrjmcaled an ,oppres
given rise, in some way or other, to the scene rrfanofdetails piWsed bv the Secretary of
whjch, as tho reader will rind by reading the VVar fpr the organization of thamiliiiJ1
account of preceedings, became the subject United States tbua "nded by Mr. an
of formal notice by the House- tTheJiisLpsrt nr.v nvwhich the power is to be civen to
'. . -n i iii i iii n ia lr.oa. .m t.
r i t i - urin rr 11 i i . ttr .
. feive spirit, he refused the yroflfered dignily.,
i finri always exerted his influence for ihe
itctwflt of the peaple'.- .When the time came
for active resistance to the arbitrary, ac s of
?: H L 11 llikx t.rt moo not (Tinnd h:ifUvvnrri.
WFr?:r XJL " VnZ- :::: :F VnA V- , Treasury 'Department, June 27,1833. .
, tP.'r "?'.-?. .?..,. i.-. l,... - St : ,lobeaxmee to Ihe resoluiion of the
$m u lo Vlu j v i i ' , ' ii i . u r i "a I have the honor to "Jay.'before the House a
lie forcrottenas long as i ueriy is wu-siuppcu. . a ' r n
a - . . ' a i vi 'J ifiiifiii Aii.in ill ' inn niiiiiiiiiL in r.iifciiuiiui d
exclusive of the puouc utott lor eucn year,
from 1624 to lcJS." . j .-.
Mt -s related concerning him, mat wnusi
it'M-ui. the instrument lie happeneiS to stand
jiear Mr. Gerry ot Massachusetts, who was
"of a slender ancf; spare form, while he was
Svery corpulent1;, ami turning to him after
"laying down the pen,' he said m .a la
xtayWhen the time. of hanging cc
nfoTresideht to assemble uch numbers, at
such pUces, and at such" I'raei, within their
respective districts,fas he may deem necessa
ry not exceeding twice in one year. ,Tho
people are required', if called on, to perform
military duty beyond the limits 'of their r ovn
Siates, at tho vi!l of the President, there be
ing.only eiht districts" in the Union,' and
ccnsenuently several States iii a districl-
. We have onfy to calf youf attention to tho
universal prediction made inl&33,al the
removal of the deposites, and reiterated down
tn the nrcscnt time. viz. Thut when the
Jone 23, 183S.' Read, cc laid upori.the table. Federal Executive obtained unlimited con-;
trol over the public purse, the next step tcouia
be to raise a standing drmy. , , . j I
. Here it is in its full proportion ! I ...
The next step towards the downfall of thii
republic, under the false, garb of s democracy
an exact- copy frorrt Exccutivtucumsnt
11. R. 21 Sestiari.of tha 25ih Congrcds. he
residue, except so far as relates to the extracts
from official documents, is, tuff reader will
observe", urfoI:ial. Nat. lrit'. l
- OFFICIAL, i . V.- j
.Bontic ExrENDrru'CE raoM 124 to 1333.
letter frorn the Secretary of the Treasury
transmitting a statement of expenditure,
exclusive of the public debt, fir each year,
, from 1824 to 1 "533.
The Standard and Carolinian have charged, I tccn years of ae. Brought up to
over and over, that Harrison's nomination by j by his poof nfif pious parents, he ciiof not ft ,
the Harnsburg Convention, was made by ab- 4 tnximent dct-pair, but (hat. the Alm.ghty
olitionists in that body. Sce ho the Emsn- who hid deprived them of their earthly prf-
Cipaior conirauicis una ucciarauui:. . u unu i ieciin;i, lor purjnc huowd cniy to ntmseij,
in a Northern paper.. the following Editorial! would watch over tKern in their fiieudtinc
extract from the Emancipator Ol April 3d : and dcstituto situation, and provide for thenh
J ay. Ub. I with proper, industry on their part At thi
time, Uie chopping of wood at the furnacti
olTercd the most constant 'employment, aii
he could. have company and aisibtance of hj)
little brother, and fter, to - whom he:wa
much attached. Having left the. atcsll li
cabin which hod been for many yeff occtf
n ! rl lit ftioir n.rn.il wrA ... LL.L J -1 .
LN F.OR.A BANK, sucK as the Van cd 10 lhcm hY 1,10 rccidfcction of many p-:
unites xcould like to ate A Bank that i cnt, they betook ihcmseUes, viih they
little all, to the coaling ground of a neighbor
ing farmer, and became the terra nt a of
cbecrless'tcncmeiil, comnared with. the oi;
iou it Kill be obserxed, thet Mil tnjer
ests tcerc represented ut Ilarrisburz, EX'
CEPT. TJiJ: AVOUTIOX INTER
EST, tchich had not, so far as xce know, a
jjurmttcs icovui line to are. a. inn
shall lend to every body that asks : that shall
never require any one to pay its notes
promptly with specie or demand. We go in
for such a Bank, not as a stockholder, but
as a customer. ; ,
J'rcm the Louisville Journal.
I While Mr. Bancroft, the Boston Collector,
wis travelling as a -political missionary
through Connecticut,1 lio visited the establish
ment of nn extensive carriage-manufacturer
in rew Haven who had some 301) workmen
f-." 1 .u r 7,t hnv.p the. anviimae octr vuu.
m jbe'over icith me ire a minute, but ybu will be
!fc ''. fockinF in ihe air half ) an i hour - after I am
ft C Ml. - ! m. . a-kaC rItf ft ff A
e fbl as Chairman of the boardof War. After
llif resignation of his seat, in 1777, ha was
Iteected to the House of Iiurgesses. of Virgin
s ia, of ;which 1 he . was ; immediately chosen
' Sneaker This s'u'.a'.ion he occupied; until
Mtlie year 1782,' when he was made ehief
'"riiatstrale of tlip State,' and twice re-elected.'
fn 1785 he retired into private life, but in
i ?1783 became a member of the Convention of
Virginia, that ratified thepresent Constitn-
: I am very .respectfully
' ' , your obedient servant -
v . levi. .wooeJbury; "I
Hon. J . ht. Polk, ; Sec'y. of the Treasury.
Speaker of the IIous cf Representatives.!
Statement showing the a?hounl of .expendi
tures of the United-States, exclusive of the
public debt, for each ylar,from 1854 ro
inclusive, stated in pursuance of a
resolution of the House of Representatives j
of the 2ofA June 1833.
For the year 1824,
s tion of the United states. . ite auvocaieci tne
ay'option ot the Constitution, Witrt. certain
lie uieu oi ma uum iu i jiri.
v 0 Daniel B. Baker, his been selected as the
lp. ept&'tHe nomination. Mrl Baker will ca
I il " Vvass the District throughly, and we doubt not,
ill shake the fastnesses Of the . enemy .
iikWe saw gen)lemerr on Mood's jr last,: from
i tyi SnavidsoniredelL Surry" and Chatham: who
j fe'ffnyo us cheering newsjTorrt
i : Jh Davidson and Iredell it is
those counties. '
c-fJl lUCriJ Will LK svvu wi i an-fiui uuwui
lft. " 1 n the other couuties the Whig. major-
i rneliri? of about ten thousand people,
P v t JokpIacc at Frederick Md., oh ilie 19th
11! I P. S.'- We forgot to state' that it was a
f 7,514,950 28
JVb'te.The fprrgotng sums include pay
ments for trust funds and- indemnifies, wliich,
iu 1837, was $5,610,404 36.
' . " T. L. S M lTHr Register.
' Treasury Department . '
" Register's OjJLce, June 26 ie31.-
f Tni sum-i3 subject to small variation on
tlie settlement of the accounts ot the lreas-
r ! ; UNOFFICIAL.
Contrast the. expenditures of the Govern
ment under the present with, those of farmer
Administrations; then read the tollowi3g,aTio
reflect before you vote ! ! F ! I : ! I !
" The following are literal extracts from the
report of the Secretary of War, and the mes
saLe of the Presideijf ofj the; United States.on
the subject ofthe increase of the' Army ot the
united estates ;. . . - v . .
. is proposed to divide the United States
we leave you to conjecture. ., In the mean
time.. ou are entreated lo pause before you
strike'this last fatal blow at the liberties of
your country. " ..." :" . '
17. That the President' of .the United
States bo autorized to call forth and assemble
such numbers of the active force of tho mili
tia; at such places within their respective dis
tricts, aud at such times, not exceeding twice,
nor - days in the same year, as he may
deem necessary ; and during such period,
including' the time when going toand return-
in" from the place of,. rendezvous, they shall
be deemed in tho service of the. United States,
and be subject to such regulations as tho Pre
sidcut may think proper to adopt for their in
sirrrciion,-aiscipiiiie, uuu imjirovciiifm m nut
ilaru trnnivlPnirf. "" i
! We the undersigned, hereby, certify that
the above extracts are true copies from the
reports of the Secretary of War, ond-lrom
. f - n . t . r.t Tr.'..I
the message o; tue rresiaeni oi mo uuueu
ipril 18, 1840. ,. - J
R. GARLAND, of LouisianaV
JOHN M. BO ITS, of, Virginia,
THOS. CORW1N, ofOhio,
M. H. GRINNELL, if New York,
J. C. CLARK, of NeS York,
lever Err SALTPNSTALL, j
of Massachusetts, ' " i
TRUMAN SMITn, of Connecticot,
- ' Executive Conr.it tee.
military dtstrictsandj 6 organize
in each dislftct,'sb - as to have a
Ah Independent Politician. 1 any Mc
ELVAINKEsqi a leading 'reenibsr-of the. Ad-
rmnisiraiion pany in vsnio, iaiu an uuich
candidate for Congress, snd a member of the
Van Buren Central Committee, has, for rea
sons, which he frankly avow in an address,
through the Columbus papers publicly -re
nounced Vis support ol Mr. Van Buren. and
declared himself in lavor of the election of his
nld conmrander aod fellow-soldier, General
IUbbison, whom he prefers and supports,
"because (says, he), I know hini, and know
him to be a brave, a true "patriot, and .t cap
able statesmani and because 1 have been
his emnlov. !
Bancroft to the proprietor, that it is for vour
advantage to o for ihe ndministration ticket,
Hp, in the event of its succeedin', the waces
of j -vrneymcn mu-t he reduced." . Pray
speak a litllc louder," said the gcn.leman,
putting his hand to Ijis car in a likening at
litcJs, ,4I am very deaf." Bancroft Vccord
inly repeated his remark in an elevated ienc.
'Fellow-workmen, do yoii hear that ?" er.
claimed the gentleman, turning. to the three
l-iJred .listening .journeymen. They did
hear it, andf, on t heyday of the election, thoy
marched in phalanx. rs unbroken as that of
the Spartans and deposited 300 votes against
an adrninis'ralion whose avowed policy it u
to reduce ths wages of labor.
they had left. During the day, th'e eldi;
chopped wood, and the younger, assiatiti", a
far as his strength Would permit, whilcfh
sister attended to the domestic concerns
their hut.; In thi evening, anJ on day whe
the weather wculd not admit of out dour en
phiyment, the elder brother, who had rccei
cd a tolerable English education in the" afte
time of hi parent", taught the brother an
sister and his .exertions' were not spent ii
I vain, as the sequel will show. m M
With economy anJ proper managemenf.
assure you, said .lr. at the c.iuralion of a few veam. !h-v har
i .... .. ..- .
nccutnuialca a small lund i:
Among the many amusing incidents which
occurred at the erection of the loi cabin in
Erie, Pa. a few days ago, was the following:
Sixty men from an 'piii'in tdvn where the
Whfs have necr liecn able to poll ijmre
than ten or twelve vn!c, dressed in Indian cos
tume, rde up to the cabin in procession, and
formally surrendered t.'ie.vxelee to the in
vincible Hero' .f Tippecanoe ; and, hurvin"
ft he hilchct under onn corner f tlie cabin.
formed un alliance wilh his old followers
:i inoncvMod utor
consolation, they determined lo invest it ic
a piece of Western land. At that time thl
attention of emigrants was directed, princi
IaIIy to Indiana, as oflring Ihe preatcst in
duceaientJ Thither then, the elder brothei
wrf to joB- fortf.c purpose ol locating a home
. Having taken au affectionate leave of thoM
the most dearly loved on earth, he departet
to the Mntiougaheia river, where he cbtainei
a passage on u tLt bo.il bound far Cincinnati
and in due time urnved at that placu in afe
ty. lie" was thcu directed to seek Ihe Wabas!
county, for the most fcrti!e lands in the. Siitc
Early in :he next looming he fct out for Vin
ccnocs, where Ihe principal Land-t fTice fo
that region wa then loca'td. Little experi
enced in j turucjitig on foot, and buoyed u
with the pleading idea of getting a home fo
himself and tb.se vhnm he had If ft scm
hundred miles LehinJ, but !,oe welfare am
happiii'evs .identified Willi hisown,k':pt a plac
in his rccV.ULtion he pushed on at a rate to
grett fr even an eccompluLcd P dostian t
withstand. His ankles ben me swollen au
his feet much hlUte'rcd. , Aware of It3 scar
ty means anJ his great desire to accompli
his end, he Iclt uutviiiin to loe lime, un
continuing, aggiavfttcd the impe-Jimcnt, imti
he was scarce able even Id Itotble alon.
Thus situ ited he became depressed m spli
ils, an j nlfiuj'st ready toeibk under dt.-s;K
d-mcy, when he was overtaken on the ro
by a plain, fa fine r-loo king gentleman a
norselnek. The horsemanupon ccraingep
thus accosted Jiim in a bcnevol-tit and lu
Yourig luan yotTnppeaV lame au
Crlhc first day e f April, a dentist ia Ncw
Orleans was called upon and requited to
make all haste , wilh his instruments, to a
house hii'h un in il a marine street, to rHrrform '
an operation. On arriving at tha Iouso lie ,u,t Ul"'1 CflJcuIateJ to inaka much progre..
ascertained that all they wanted with' him on your jouryy." To . which ths oun
was to set the teeth cf a hand-sav. - - msb ifplicj, informing him of the cause c
his luricness that be was bound for th
LJ ofirce.at Vincenn.'far the puipose c
entering a piece of land as home lor him
elfuud a yrMjnger brother and iicr, whoc
he had left orphans ia Fayette county. Pa.
but that ho almost despaired of reaching it i
hi present; crippled situation. . Tu gentle
man horseback' quickly replied 'U ha
ANOTHER LOCO FOCO 'ELECTOR
, . BACKED-OUT.
Out readers no doubt remember, that a lo
co foco elector in Tennessee, a few weeks
ago, after one meeting wih his Whig coin
pv.titor, withdrew, his name from the elect nr. I
ticket, on the alleged ground th.at he had ni t
I ho necessary drtimcnts fr CocuaiUits fcr aw lcsliinikxi,. 1 am aho koutvl f.
Uefcadui,? the adirijiiiral'j?i.
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