JAMBS T. HAY, BUlitor.
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A «rs-.->• ' /*>**■<
V <GrJ- - - - yo-.
WOMAN’S LO\ E.
Tls Poem oil Enthusiasm, ly John L.
Lewis, Jr. ol Pcn Van, X. Y. which iwejywF
tile jin iiiium oil. Toil by tin: imbfisheT? ot the
N. E. Galaxy lor iii< i.: >i Boom, is a |>ro
duction o! a sajicrior order. The toil,or in"
is a passage from this Poem:
But Homan's Lor", a treasure ric her far,
Than nil the trophies of the victor arc;
till let the hearties-, seliisli v. oildlin-deein,
That ’(.is the fancy of an idler's fi • on:
The I'.ijrid Pint, t!!l:.t lIKIY jUTOe'l ill Vtlill,
lis hut the fit, :': ot the }.!)( . ;
ilis fr.izcn l• ■ "irt eould never tas-e the IF-,
Os mother’s love, or £'•:;>!• -i-t, r'- Ifi-T
Sweet tis the moss-rose i ■ f:s! hit
Is her a'lection in it- first w .-.n.i pi-It.
Like sparkling ruby, is its erin; ■■■’• P
Or silver fount which in tin -lit mi fit w,
'Tis like the stmw upon an Alpine lt< iitlil.
A< pure, as stainle o:-l a• fiaz/ii:: 1 ,-:«rht :
A talisman of viilnesA'ieh and rare,
The brightest jewel happy man ean v.o ar.
Its e'iapjjj; findue sne\er is e fi.
It ever burns uiiehangeahle, uiiel.nie.ed.
Nor chilled by time, nor overcome l»y i ; or,
It sonfie- the soul, and <lri« s the tailing tear;
So mild and beauteous, ardent, yet so • ini,
I’uror than air, more healing than a liaitn.
Eutlinsitisrn tests its lasting truth,
In woman's lie,ait. it reigns in age and youth.
In every changing circumstance of life,
• hild ol' Eutluisiaa-m, matin r, maid, or wife.
FROM THE PROVIDENCE PATRIOT.
I gave 1 ler a rose — and l g,a 1 \ar a ring,
And asked her to worry me tie u :
But she sent them all hack—the insensible
And said she had no notion of nw rt.
I told her I'd ore tins of money and go, ds,
And tried her to fright with a grmv! ;
But she answer'll, she wasn’t bro't up in the
To In- seared hv an ov.l.
Ii tilled hi r a baggage, and everv tiling bad;
I slighted her fi.'.tui -and form—
Till at length I • • >. and in _. "ing In r mad.
And rht raged lik* the -a in a storm.
\ri 1 then in n inon.i nt I mrited and I -tnil'fi,
And Ii ohi 1 i r in% angel and all.
And sin- fell iu it y urns lik*- a v.-i ari»•**-*
\lid < xelainw i—'ll • ill t any t art fill.'
i ONI VtiKDI.
. Witt are doctors and laut.r. ; t ke
tinmen? G .i .1 up? Because till \an
Ft. •tuul* ►!
\ *ou»it lady, vtl.de it likin'* with a
g» dd nilili. *'lll,ll h t!; e.'m tt t.i t, hi r Coo -
-niioii to jiriv nt I' r fall, gt . pod tier
btii.d sni, a lull tij'htlt : ’‘llli, >tr,’’ -he
r< and, •’ if tt > otiii • to that, you mo,!
0 J ...
‘•I.ICFRTY AXf> r\l«\, NOW AND FOREVER,
OX E AND l\>Er.\RAlU.r./’
Slate Bj( sgislGtarr.
Col. RICHARD J. WILLIS.
FOR HOUSE or REPRESENTATIVES,
RICH YRI) BRADFORD. Exp
Capt. I.EW IS p:. BROWN.
Mai. ISAIAH T. IRVIN.
JOHN COFFEE, of Telfair County.
S E A'i'flN < l IIA NT I.ANi l. of Raid, pin.
CH MILES E. HA Y M'.S, of Ifanreel;.
GEORGE W. OYY ENS. <f Chatham.
WILLIAM SCHLEY, of Richmond.
JOHN YYh \. SANFORD, of Raldicir..
JAMES C. TERRELL. of FranhUn.
GEORGE YY. 15. TOW NS, of Talbot.
JAMES M. WAYNE, of Chatfu m.
FROM THE STANDARD OF UNION.
Pledge of Resistanc e—o f Resistance by
the Meet ing—Congressional A ami net s
The \::!lifirrs —their Prinrijifi s anil
Arts — i’ttr/t/ Changes —l lisr/tirfs ot
Nullification —An Import aid (pus/ion.
“ A:ul tltt!, its all unconstitu
tional laws are tin!! and void, we will,
whenever the proper « \ig tu v arrives,
resist them in any manna- the sov< reign
power of the State may order and di
re’.” r t should be remembered, that, a!
the same time ire iadit ■>< tin act to lie vt.i
cansti. ati insii, the other States,its well as
tor general jrovorament, may believe it to
b constitutioiifri. iti ortlittniy times, tin
fc t.lutioii of the nn t iiitg might, in iis<df,
ft iriiilcss ; Suit vi- wed in reference to
'tu Itbeiis and Ecxingioti resolutions, I
must acknowledge it i veiled my fears.
Tltcsfroug language of the resolution wa
nt least uncalled for. The President, if
lie bud been hurried by the Carolina oxi
genev, beyond 'in proper limit:', had yet,
in Itis inaugural address, resumed the
proper position : the proclamation laud
been so explained, by his authority, os to
r. move many, if tint all, the objections to
it; the force hill, similar in it- pre, isiotis
to that which we had supported during
Asr. .L ff rst.u’s iidministratii.il, was nhi.ai
to expire l>v its own limitation. The
strong pledge of resistance, therefore, had
a lend tie. mnifee.'sarm to faiuiliuri/.e
tlte idea, if not to inliaute th"
mind ; the more so as the tariff, which
was tin'' principal cause of our troubles,
had been adjusted hv the compromise.
A- connected with the mutters in hand,
it may be best here to advert, for a mo
ment, to the nomination of candidates for
congress, i* is remarkable, that, altho’
ike bod; of old Tr.mp men wi re, and, I
hi lieve. -till are, opposed to tie doetriee
of mi Hi tie; i ion vet the gi'i iter iti iv.-oilt,
or greater mamigi mi ni. id the mtliili. rs,
•ambled tin m to eaf", the nnmmatio.'i ot
i majority of eidjniets. A;,r in; s this in
ili-'tb ( ,I| ill liny ,1 ;re eorree ;d, ill
in i'( cent itf.iinmdion of .i candid.ate in
piac- ot < ..1. Joio s’.
TANARUS! re is t ; t li Me cause of gralnlntion,
several of the ttomiiiet s had the firmness
to reject the • nittliiinti Mibst iptf iitl v iiu.-
posed, on motion of Air. .Ilford, which
required the iiomiuees to “ approve,
without reservation, the proceedings of
the meeting—and iho principles adopied
lie . at.” It is greater cause of gratula
tion, that the tiullifiers are not sußieieiillv
-trong to throw oft' the nominee.- who
It tve rejected tin ir leading tenet, and to
venture upon nominations more accepta
ble to them.
Y\ hat tin I think of the Xullilieiv ! \s
a body of men in Georgia, I believe them
to be intelligent and patriotic ; attached
to the Union, as well us the .'dates. |do
not believe that the both of Ntiliif'u rs in
Carolina are attached to the i arm. (if
.Mr. ( itlhoun, I lane long ht lit vt and ib;*t
he desiiv-d to rule this confederacy, or to
<!■ -troy it. Even iti Georgia, a far of tin
tiitlMiers are prepared for dismember
ment. Their express declarations, a
wc!l as their gem ral conduct, leave hut
livle doubt in mv mind. Wit It the bodv
ot' <ieorgia nuiiiiiers. tic case is dill* ret t.
\ little leaven, however, leavetu th the
« hole !mnp ; ami I fear It s! tin aetiwtv
am! itii' liig'eiiee of the ft -v may make the
body what th. vd» -tre. 1 -till ri ly, liovv
<'. on ti ep( ople at large, and I will
no ' • pair iif tin- Hepid.lc-.
*t hen the nullitiers vvt.-li to secure tic
en-oper t ion <d tin citizen-, they will
n .'limo-'l any i. cii a niillitier. In tins
s". ' !• • w, ! enquire of I.n honest eiti
■/ . • t ' •! tot oppo-ed to plot. I’ltyi
•: ’ • “it riaitilv ' I . III.” ” Would
i• . • oj.jin - “ I mioidit
e«!l “ If tin g"n< ral governnu ..t y.< re
t. i • opt to inti rf< re with our done- ! ie
fid; • .. «i old yon i t.itlhf. !” *• la
d ni', I otdii: I Would r.-i-t op
pr< e 4, ht tinj, and by all a.< a;.- : m.d
I•• •oMvi • i , v. In : r at idl th..
mi!!ifte itton,*... • .a.or to •. ddiigi l-<f
' I .
WAStEiiAitiTOA, (ll *Ukes Bounty, Gtjh
very many men may be persuaded they
are iniliitiers, and induced to act with
them, who are no more so, than the wri
ter of this article.
But when these gentlemen, at least
many of them, want a public functionary,
they expect from him a very ditl'ercnt
confession. They wish him to claim til
sovereignty for the separate States,and to
deny all sovereignty to the Union. Tiny
wish him to say, that nullification is t
constitutional, regular, and peaceful re
medy ; and so, indeed, it is, if they will
admit, as declared itt the Y irgiuia Report
of ISOO, upon the Virginia resolutions of
'!>S, “ That the declarations in such ca
ses, are expressions of opinion, unaccom
panied with any other ell’ect than what
they may produce oti opinion, by exciting
reduction.” But this is not what they
admit. They contend that a state may
not only decide an act of congress to be
uncons itutioual, but nitty also resist its
< xeeutien, by force ; and this, in contra
vention, too, not only of the opinion of
the general government, Imt of a ma jori
ty, or ;di, of the other btates. Even this
might be done, in ease nf continued, in
tolerable, and hopclc; s oppression; thi
lliigiit lie done in eases justifying revolu
tion. But these admissions do not satis
fy them. Unless, therefore, our citizens
are prepared to go the w bole amount;
unless ’hev are willing forcibly to r< -l-i
an act which the slate may deem uncon
stitutional, although the world beside may
consider it constitutional, th v should not
allow themselves to he beguiled into tile
belief that they are nnllifiers.
\V hat are the mischiefs of nullification:
I mean Carolina nullification?
your eyes to that distracted Mate. See
her deprived of thousands of her people, j
See her burdened with unnecessary ex- !
p nditures. See the most ancient friend
ships destroy, and : the most sacred ties du
st vered. See the swelling flood desert-!
mg its home, and tlm aiening de\astatiou
to others. See, rrrn here, the mangled
forms of long-standing attachment, and
kindred affection; pre-enting a melan
choly contrast to the recently gratifying
forms which met our eyes. God forbid,
tli.it, emoiist us, these should only he the I
beginning of troubles!
No disrespect is intended to the hod v of j
Nnllifiers in Georgia, whatever l mav j
think of individuals. For many of the
hotly, I entertain an unfeigned respect j
and regard. It is their doctrine, which t
deprecate, and not the men ; an ! t and. p
reeatc the doctrines, iMcaiis' i v t fi I y be
lieve, notwithstanding' the inteliig.-siee
and integrity of vert many who hold it,
that the doctrine ncec.--ai'iit etuis lo po
litical dissolution. li would eqe.'ilb de
stroy any new confe.l. witieh mieht
f.tllow a dissolution of the ( si-ting con
I- it not remnt'k.ihlc, that, when tin :■
was supposed to lit :i «!.• no.-i'io:, in lie
*i!d I'iark I’tir.v to favor ('td'teuii am! j
Nullification, th" Troup F.trty o|.,k sed |
them in a hotly ; and that, is
t lark l*nr!y ' jq-o . and the do t ''ate and ii
"•real supper:! r, v.’ r . eia 1 ■. of the Troup
F i'-tv. should *upj rt f!.« a !
One iTili qiu -tion would I ttsk : Is our
situation belter or worse; is the harmo
ny of social ititi reottrsi augmented or les
sened, since the and .rtrine of Nullification
was introduced among us?
mow the - t •.\nAf;:i or imox.
There lies been no pt riot! iu the poiiii
eal history of our cotmlr;. inee tin adap
tion ot the i .. b ral eons’ it iit ion. mt re nri
pe riot i sly den mml mg unit. <1 end \ igo rot: •
action |.y the friends of lihc-rty, than tin
pr* -< nt moment.
\\ < s. . a. combination nf ftn-'iiias, of
the most heferogent i.o ; i.,■r rial -and *!i
eordaiit prim :pi« s, annyed in one body,
and making cotnmon cause again.-l oar
nqinliiii t;: iiis’ilmions.
Y htf awl cry 111- !i • t up against
our patriotic president; ils i 'nj'ed -t.es
Bank Ita- h' tui s'-i/.ed upon as tie- iu trit
meiit to jiut him ilmv t, ami this polluted
institution has w on to its ranks, tin - ft uc
raiists, the tiiriftitesq and the nuiiiiiers;
and the people are now called on to de
cide the solemn i-.-tie. If General .lack
son goes down, the Bank will triumph, a
ni w charter will lie granted, and tla* gov
ernment will thenceforth exist at the mer
cy of a great monied aristocracy. The
stock, eight miiliom of which is low own
ed by II ri: i- li subjects, will pass into tin tr
hands, and the American gow num nt
will soon find itself under the control of
a British Batik.
Y\ ( ask the p« ople, are you prepared
fortius? ate you ready to surrender vour
free in.-;tuition- to the mer< iie - grasp of
a In urliieorpo."ation.
M e know you place a liiglii .
upon the lihcr:;. and Itappin. s- w liii li v< u
'•lijov. Y\ e know I oti prize too higlih
th* -i nici sos fit neral Ja' ksoii. to -i r
him prostrated at the footstool of 110-
You liouid 1. 1 ar if in loitel, that if the
S'n! -ii r\ iv' -. i will mi!' tl.nev'l're--
Ke lit; and lli.it I i'Tit \ ( li. |)aan IYY ( li
ster, ot John t . t diioun w ill lie tie man.
a reconciled to t,at-t the di sti
tie- fa* * roi tin tartfl, and th* mail win#
o . ! Its lie > Yd.on- to nlijtigati
D< > * ■ y !<• a<• in I*'f "t-t'i
:• d* . YY i lot ifv* ho tho’l it iinhi com
ing I I'd e '' 'tflous |K Oj || lorejotei
t' tlj. ii;t(i| ,i oi our country to* ii 'v<
kmv, 2?, tsui.
their idrw’de-s during the late war, and
<billn Win. rum whose sway, may heaven
in it-.W 1 ' rf .v forfeml us: and here tire the
Baal, f ll i itds for making its first presi
dent, tt’ 1 conquers (irn. larlwsoii.
BnfU'' , 'v is tiii- to lie Accomplished ?
not h\ \ ilirect agency of the people, hut
l:\ c|| l'W thi inTmt of the hv
runniivSiSjpJurnlity of candidates, w here
by the ufi t lay he so diWded as to carry
the i't.f ' 'retial eioMion into eon>ress,
w here J 1 Bank will he strong enough to
turn rIA cale. This is the scheme of
tins nr.B ’. v combination, and such will he
the einf* * Be tr efforts unless the people
ate w !(•■ttwake to their rights and their
•' should he constant ly
lioine that tin' inentlM*rs if f’ou
gre: s t -J^ar '-'letl it* the nppriiHeMiig < >e
tolie^^fcyKA ao' jiTT>Tiaiiility,hc filled on
to presidfiitial ejection.
Tiie’quesiion then arises, who should
we elect from Georgia? YY’c answer—we
sliouldyl ct no man who is not openly
and avowedly hostile totlic Fniled States
Bank, and wlio will not support Martin
Van Bun it against Cltiv, YY i lister, Unl
lioau,. Leigh or any one of the Bank eo
Tli v mav boast of their State Rights
principles, they mav avow their reverence
for tin constitution—But no man who
sustains ilie Bank is worthy the name of
State Rights—the two are tis incompati
ble tis light and darkness.
iViedi ofb'i iiigia ! Y ou have two ('nii
gre-.-itaed Tickets before you.
The Union Ticket is formed of men
devoted to “The Union of the states and
the s'lVrreigntv ofllic states, one and in
(Tlvi-rr^^ — AII viudietiu l\ liostile to the
Fain ft States Bank—ali opposed to < 'lay,
YVelistcr and Calhoun, —and till decided
friends of General Jackson and the meas
ures of Itis administration.
On lie side of the nnllifiers, there is n
ticket made up of almost tis many politi
cal hue.-, as there tire men upon it. Mr.
YY iide is a thorough going up-to-tlie-holt
Bank titan, hut neither adopts or rejects
the principles of nullification—upon that
point, lie is on the fence; at least so wo
There is next Mr. Gamble, whose let
ter upon the Batik subject, leaves little
doubt ni’ltis course, and w hose letter of
acceptance, so far as regards nullification,
places him also on the fence, but with his
legs ti. •■(■ding a little farther over oa the
nl.VY.Tl liter come.: 0(0 openly and tells
them hedoes not believe one word about
nilflifietitiiai ; and lie is against the Bank
loo,hut his vindictive hatred of General
•laeksoit renders him suiiieiently nbjcc-
Ir. Foster talks something like Mr.
Gilmer, Imt he \oicd for the Bank upon
*ls (i, -jii >rrtc 11 tic.-tinu and cm idem ns Gen
eral Jackson’,- admit,i traiion. “ Let him
i ■■ ■ s la his dt stiuy
Tie: lialanc • of the Ticket may; lie set
down tis tiiilhlit l’s, and const ipo titlv <*p
posi and to tlie I’iesiileiit and his measures,
as well as to Mr. Van Biiren or any other
i imli'l ite fricaiiß to (ieucral Jackson—
a id a portion oflhem, wt have, no doubt,
t.re in fin or of the Bank.
Those of you who confide in the hon
esty nod patriotism of Andrew Jackson,
mtlV re*t assured, that he has not one
fl i- 11(1 Upon the “ Stati Higliis” ticket so
eallcii—while 11:<• whole of the i nioti
ticket v. ill sustain him in .all his patriotic
mt .a arc: to :a!\ aae.e the prosperity of Ihi
eouiitiy . and defend the eonvtilution from
(lie mile assaults' of f'iilhitiinisin on the
ini’' h ind, and Bankisin and 1 'eilertilism
on the ot lii r.
Tin nnllifiers affect to base all t!. ir
('octni.i upon the opinions of Ylr. Jef
fea, and call on ii.s to In lieve in him.
Yi. .ii iii rson said, if the Fail' and States
Baal, was suffered to exist,'“it would
upset tli." governmentand yet the tinl
!i!i( rs ttpporl the Bank.
fi’ Yir. Jefferson’s opinions tire good
for in iliitcniion, they must In; equally
good iigaiu-t the Bank; anil the present
s'liigeli! of flic Bank against the govern
mea!, bus afrnost turned bis prediction
it is row for vou to detemine, whether
von will M ml men to Congress, bent up
on the destruction of Gen. Jackson and
the promotion of ('lav. Webster or Cal
iiiniit, or whether you will elect men who
will stand by the old Hero, as lie stood
“ ill the day and hour of danger.”
\ k yourselves, w hat have Clay, Web
ster and Calhoun done for your country?
Tiny fastened the Tariff and internal
Improvements upon you. They have
doit'-ail in their power to pave the way
to a consolidated government hv heating
down the harriers of State Right-; and
are now champion- of the most corrupt
cud dang roils institution which lias*-ter
threatened the liberties of this country.
YY hat ha- Gi ner.al Jai I. -oil done ? If<
has w«:i glory for Itis country, and nu
mortalrv for him-'lf. He has van'pit li
ed foreign fo< • in the field, arid the < ne
iio< • nf ilu constitution in tie cabinet.
YY di you suffi r hi- fame to pi r.-lt by
as-essin bund will you siirremb r lent
uji, at tlie close of :i long and aril tow- Id'
ot ii*efidnes- and g!oi i, lit w lit' li le- bn
hared Ins bo om to the perils and Ita/ nis
of ly o w ars for In* countrv ,to lie ruffian
dag'.'r-ol such a trio! no, no, tio' Ym
bitioa may unit its <li- >p|s(intne ii' ■ R‘ -
m ng' in n ni' dit iti In- ruin; but Yndr< w
J.( k'on i in i oiir li ind-. The p< n
f• . "ig lum, nr.if :hi y w ill it : .in him.
FOR -THE SOUTHERN |l*V.
>, H/*. KiUtor I find tljp liitlowing in your
last pmutbern Spy, I.lth inst.] paper:
“YY hat Mr. jeftersmi may possibly have
meant, by 1 1g, words, “ Nullification is the
nmtity” — ilu* win lift roniuxt of
dio ffrnfi IWmh wliicli .tlu* sentunep is takrn,
«:»> s*<> show—w.ts, flmt xvhun a is pro
mnmrcii l by oiu? Smtr, and
is duurrrd il*- Status r»'sjMxl»v r uiy; f or
pollectivolv, (.1 majority, or two-thirds of
uoursu to Dnvuru) why ilien, in that rase, it
should be nullified/*
Now, I would very respectfully ask Jef
fersou, (but not, I presume, that Old Apostle
ol liberty, who bln Ii to sec* Ids name
! to any such heretical and foolish senten*. ) if
j a majority of two- I hods could not r. c US
I n jM*a! the law. as to nullify it ? Tlii< is \Vry
niiieh like all die 1 tiion party’s Statu Ki-.dits;
when they arc « xatnim and, tlirv are no rights
at all. * ‘ S.
(\\ u received the above uonitntniieation
1 «x>t week, hut for want of room, iis iuser
hon was nccosnrik tlclenefl. \\. publish
it now, that the amhor mav rt o we are
not disposed to withhold his production from
the public «V( . W e shoulfl jnd'.M* that the
writer has not been in the habit hitherto ol
preparin' l anything fi»r the I'rrs. it‘his style
and irrammaiieal bimitlers. both as to Syntax
and Ihmetuation, he considered as evidenee
in the ea c. Ilis </« A///, in this instance, is
well ealuulatcd to brii.e to our mind the tol
low in-; couplet ofllic |'out—
“ little It arm nf*- a things
44 1 hi! Nli IIF.KI*, OJ: T i , not OK Till
r.i:i;i\\ si‘i;inh. m
Ilis reasoning too, to <»nr mind, i> .dlouetht r
illogical, and in had t.i-*e. Ilowexer, we will
leave tlii | reeious viorcnnt to iht %, ein'f t»i out
eorresjioiidenl 44 Jki kf.iison,” who, we doubt
not, will properly apply the pnuiiiiu knili, il
he thinks the .‘ iihjei t worth dissertioii.j—
rOR Till. SOUTH I.HN SI’V.
Mr. I'rfitor :—“A lover ol an agrerabh
rounlmimn" in “The .News” ofthe ISth inst.
in eounnentinG on a pussace extraefed from
44 1 failover,’* published in the Southern Sjn/
of the IMih, Imldeih fiirlli iii this wise :
44 la ius examine the juinuluT. I pive to
my the right to cell for me a trad ol
land, ('uniiof I n\i»kc the \, and n
sitmi the ri"ht ! I j/ithl m\ attorney the
rivhl to Iraiisael my business fi ir me ; can I
not, if lie abuse his aiithorit v, remtmp the rii'hi
to manure my own afioirs |”
Anti thi is published tis illu lrntivc of the
rights yirbb and hv Tlif Slats .s to the sh i.uial
< loverjiiiu-rit, and m sli<»\v that lin y ean hr
re timed 'Plie mo l sreplu al will
pereeive, that flu re is a vast ililli n nee In
fxv< (ti Stalls (plural) yi» Idire.' rlain lights,
mill ;iii iiu/irii/unl ( insular) appointiii;; an
ti"rnt. Suppose, |l»r iietance, that hnntj/
fimr men appoint an :i"« nt (whir h will bear
ome assimilation in the Staten and laYueral
faoveriiineiit) to trail aef tin ir blisiiif ; that
•* i lie j- Mill lii-im i>| tie u iiih.i limit if
fault i should like to know, whether OM! j
( iiiLudar) of these tin nhj (uir, has a i i/Jil to
trruhr the a -f ne\, on hi- own tp.se ilirit , and
set aside tile liplits ol 110 other r |*\\ I '. Vl'\
tiiici i:, (plural) samt n rrnwnii : that i * to
say, lie may ha\e all the ii•• 1 1 1 , and ih< 1
others riom—he in the firm, and nut of ih<
firm, at the same time—receive ii A t nijil:;,
• id cuntnljiitr nothing towards it, hvrt/ujiH.
I venture to assert, that the writer ofsneli a
heresy, whoever Jie he, will not find twenty
lime men in Wilke . cTiunty, who would !><
w illing to enter into a eo-partm r 1 1 ij> with
ban on sijf h f-ondiiiote . In tjiim try the
“r / /ii ri in nit," and •• it it doe- i,,.t ignnllv
'This is exactly t)ie doclrim of Sullificatiui.
It claims < f rfain ri'.'htH on the part ol ONI’.
State, and denies all riclits tr# tlif rejnainirig
f inntif-th nf: < I aims t > he the sale and ttrlu
r.m judge of the abte-e of “ aulhorily,” and
dr-nies th* riebt <*f (iifh'irif til to all the rest—
and ?o on, t«# the end of flic chapter. It is flic
very fjuinti * nee of arne awe and j#r# sutrip
tiofi. A prell v i ornpru I vve wotiM hri\c of it,
fop-ooth, it ow Stair- 1 to uproot the jtiilemeiif
<»f tin llli/ tliin ! 'I In ia j. iiii- / litnf/N—mill
may he eon .idered as the length, breadth,
atjfl <!r ptli <»( al#snrditv: and from which,
grar joiis 1m avf ri defivr r iia !
will o’-thi: wisr.
Frill THE KOI '1 IILIIIV S|*V.
l - Thr* linitv if ( »o', r j nnir nt wliir fi er#r -o
tntr s vou (>\ L I'LOIM.I .. i now rlear to
! vou. Ii i jii-tly ko ; for H i a main pillar
in thr- edifir i nt your n al indr [ir n«l* in «• : tin
: aipport of vour tr;irjrj»jillity ut bom* ; \onr
p« ar r■ ahroarl ; *f yrnir j-afity; your happi
n e - ; nf that v* rtf It In rt if which you so highly
•Stjrrii, .Mr. Ihlifor, wa the strong and hr au
lifiil language, aye, the partin'! advice jfiven
I fiy the fail ii r of \i\s country- —thr gr • at and
i good Wakhi \nroy —iti Jiisfarrwr H arblrcKH
so tin Auu iu nti p.-opb. \\ Jiat an admoni
lory fr son rjor’S it lr ar Ji; w h/it a trutrj rx
fiortatioii do* it adrlr# x t/> r>nr f* * linu-» 7 IV*
can there <• tiaeed, in tin- pur* mi«l li-iag
; fir* - r#f patriotism, tin hr* a'tting »*f an iihiv
ir ; , ,j *;i•/ t v. Jjr v.lnilr soul ami noitlr
* mind v. a- r.iigm--< *i w ifii ll.i atixiou- nr#p<
■ ol iii i uiiiilry - fiiiui' v > llbrc t.n.l |T"-|« iiiy.
||, v. jirni'lii- «1< Mill'.' n, n» c-li i|,< I niov,
wi *r j a fi i• * f.f a n*i Ipi ■ 1 • * <#• i**fi ;to*t j ii to
jf ?j- lit*’ r< fa " *»f ft' r dorr.—*“ thr- Jtr t l**fi*'
a- .him <*f ad f?>* if who fox* h** rty to
Wlil*fl **Y*r It V. .fi: fj I'l’.r t vn,ri\ t y of
to * *n* n ; tr» rr/nri »t, m fim . a-, thr, ir#\r , ti.<
r -V. .If *• • m*! *' :..* \ ~*ri'*n J' ph
—touch it who dare ! fs it not Rtrangr, there
fore, even passing strange, that there slioubl
be men in our day, aiul in our connfrv, who
are w illing to abandon this I’mov, and aH
the blessings which w e enjoy under its l»e
- scatter to the four winds of
heaven, the noble structure of a monument*
which cost so much blood and treasure—so
much suHerimr, care, and labor, in its erec
tion ? \ <»t, alas ! it is unspeakably tmc.—
I here .arc men in our day, and in our eouu
irv- Sjiorocklt soft* rjuenct , and ha
no feeling in common with the great mass of
mankind., are w illing to r ud asunder, the
proudest, fabric ever erected by the enligbt
ened w isdom of ancient or modern times.—
' • ‘here are men, within the borders of
mit happy hmd, pretending to lie friends of ,
, Lilicrfv and the i binstitution, who are bent »
upon a dihsoi.i’tii>\ of tiii: imov—-
“ j'v tct uh! if i f they can : forcibly if they must
let anarchy, civil war, and bloodshed, follow
in its train. r l hese men are now emb aAor
in/’ by all tin* arts of chicanery and device,
to ctlei • llieir ambuioiis r Fbeii
uioNcmeiits require the utmost \ i*jilnnre on
the part ol flic people : the\ should arouso
tbenuelvcK to a sense nf their own danger;
and with an 44 eye ilmt imm r winks, and a
wing that never tires,' M watch these unholy
(‘Utuliiirs, who arc spreading tin* needs-of
discord far anil wide, ih ineinber tliat wltaf
is pree pt to day, may become piartire to
morrow ; that thtpii« cption fa small particle
of the “rightful remedy" max create a lust
for a larger draught **/ lire dangerous in Ac
tion. '[ he bane eiiiidliiiuistercrl, is n*»t mill'll
to he feared, but oner sw allow ed, where M
the mifitodc that can connleiact ii . poison ?
I'lien bew are of the gilded pill— • niter it not
to be ( rammed down your throats, while you
have your eyes *pt rt. I beseech you again
and again, my fi llow citizens, to beware of
\u/lijirafinn ; look at if, and behold the mon
ster; \ iew it with a jealous eye ; probe it to
the bottom; look at its originators; dissert
their moth is ; scan (licit conduct ; and weigh
well, I pray yon, the practical results
damnable heresy. It has gone far enough
alu ridy ; you mu* l cheek its further advance
ment ; yon must nip the blossom, if not itt
tlie hud, nl h a t in i*bloom : pi-rmit it not
to spread its sickening branches into tlu* bo
son i ol your healthful eon>-tit uiiom Hut some,
no doubt, w ill lell yon it is nothing more ban
the “jinrnabfr nunaadn and of 41 , c tale nights.”
State ILghl.s, indeed? And what Strife Lit
that has not got its rights ! and what more
rights di* they want 1 What tights ot tlie
States Ore invaded ? Where exists the lire* s*
•*ify of tliis alarm —this liuh-bub about Stale
I,* ig Ills? II a\r not all the States got all their
j«n* i• * d l l ? L not (ieorgia in the full pos
» ion *<l her lights ! Are not h**r riti/rng
li*» tneiL l II is notour idp riY 1h ? u coeval
with th* foiu:ation of our (ioveitimenf ? Am
w'. not at peace with all th*: world/ Is not
our commerce floiu ishjng / Our internal
eondiiioii proKperou: ? I not our liappiuess
in our own hand , suhji * t solely to the din*
pi nsatioiiH of an all wi m Ihovid* nee ? \\ bat
more could mortal winli? What more cm
mart desire / \\ her* then L the n.-e ot fight
ing hailows] Os ronjming up pirit* mid
wit* lies 11 mt have no * \i h nee / /\ /• \ t • n» h
politi* ;il linn Oui -off's, that we m* ; m t
tun a tilt aainsi all .corf .of wiiai-inills. ? I
hope not—l trust riot. And, think v*\ if a
foreign I*** wtiHfo invade our borders, tliat the
friends <»f th* Inion w ould mt f! v to the n h
*im , a willingly, and a Ireely, as those who
* laim to he cxeln.' ix* fii* ridsof Slate Kiglils?
\\ here would lx your iti »rior i biopej , vour
lb mberfori s e. in su* h a eonfliet ? We all
know' where the man who solemnly vowed,
44 Ol It I LIH.KAL I NlON —if must hr.
yrau rvrd” would lx ? ile would, doubtb <,
be f'uiuul where he always lifts hern; in de
f« n* * of ii.*- Inion wlicu its National Mights
are invad* f —and in *l* fi n* *- *»f th* Sf/if*‘,
wh< ti ilu ir reserved rights" arc ealb din
* fin lorn * IH'lniet fill'lfiu tin,l in tin tin ioU
of ilm Inion, Jar/sou and Cars, warm, de
rided, and iiTMipiiy*>e;d blends, when she
most ni eded them ? mi ! at a time, too, when
ccjfain “ State Kigdifs” mm, ’ylept Au//A
fit rs, yv* re w illing that she sli*#u!«l have !><•( n
ehasti e Ins with a rod of iron ? Tla -c thin; s
we should rmicioher, and not be educed
mt*) thr "Upport of men who ism n*-.hing
about Staff /light::, fiirtl:* r than to nbs* rvu
tljrir in*JiY idual ?iggran#lizei/i#'iit.
Wake up, then, mv f* llov-citizen'-, and
l»ear constantly in mind, the wholesome
a»hi**e given r, by <*nr oy.u lielovi il Wash-
IXGTO.x : lit us receive bin counsels as th't
voice of on** speaking from tlie dead. \ud
let ii i )»r* j :m in time to av« rt the e*»niing of
the angry storm, whi**h lik** a <b -»rn* ti\*
wjiirlwind, threatens to erigiiljili in otn
i ninuoai ina '* 1 ruin. < fi/irg* I ihtlv, tin it,
for ff;e a/*pr*#/**fnog ronteM, and :rike, an
•nh ;i *f ir: ns * trengfh. .V unification sim h n
bl*#v , from I:m es!« *’ts *■ f* %* ni* !i ]• id v. / •hall
recover! HUI ITS.
F‘»fl Till SOI Till UN SJ'V.
\lr. I'.litur:— * » ->|*<.• u ■ /* <m\ i im,i
l*t r . t/*;if and,» f/t, thciinfi ot ;i '• IV/ph' l" ill
•To* \ev. 'ol th* I . t,i«*l. i*. not * fulfilled,*
nor !• it file lv to b« 'I lu* fri* ini- ofth< I'wiovr
ar* peffieiK • tii*ti«'d with tfi* it Main#.*; find
ii tiii , ■* * -io*l ii cluing* surely tfi#v would
*otl m * -at foiM/f to Y\ (if tfi* Suthfirnt ton
i OM.Alfw* I J.d.u < *. I '.llfioiuiV #|ng J
* r >0 HMNKLIC.