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recent letter written at the Hermitage by Gerland Missouri, and whilst General Jackson was Jackson himself all is as follows:
penning bis letter at the Termitate, declaring riis circunstance, coinotd with the fact that he had to win thority to set in the premithint no appropriation was tice for the denses, Amos Kendtil, who represents his author
ing out and the improvement of the navigation stund the seat of Governnent, despatched D.. lido
of the Lorongshela river,' of which the meeting toward to make the survey, and the Globe
ency more gre, or corription more
This extract seeing to be separated from a wie das
context, and leaves us ignorant of the circum-
eu (isuithote versthority to add teske premisas. We give below the additional publications vet the Globe of the sth. inst. gives the follow- that have been elicited from Mr. Gouverneel lng notice
and the Globe on this subject. iuis palpable << We are glad to learn that Dr. Tloward, one that the kitchen cabinet have become impressof our most esperienced, able, and scientificed with a belief, that Mr. Gouverneur has it in engineers, lunes Ypen ordered to make it recon - his power to present fnets, having
an inportant Bolsance of the Monongaliela river, between bearing on the character of General Jackson; Pittsburg and Brownsville, with a view to the and tirat theys therefore, wish the question adadoption of a plan to its improvement, and to journed over until after the Presidential elecfurnish such information to Congress as will en tion; while, it is as clear that Mr. Gouverneus, able it to make an appropriation adequate to loonscious of his power to maintain the fire and
the object contemplated by the act of the last honor of his deceased parent, is reluctant to Nece session. And we presume the same course will sekiiowledge Gene
Jackson as the nssitilant, ilbe takemia relat on to the improvements pro- though he cannot conceal the fact that he so posed in the same act for the lissouri, from the considers him, and that he knows all the world month to the Kansas river, and for the Missis. I believe that Blir is nothing, more nor less, sippi, from St. Louis to Galens. Dr. Howard than the organ of the President in this matter. leaves ir iormetliately to perform this city." After the exceptions which Mt. G. bas taken Is it not clear that the litchen cabinet to our notice, it is not for us to advise
him. We benuine alate at the signs of the times in admit that our sympathies are all on his side, Western Pensylvania, and in Missouri, ana because it is, as we balleve, the side of truth that with a view to operate on the an- and humor, but what is he to expect by show quacling elections, they lrave dispatched Doc ing his teeth to Blair, ma tucking lis tual to Por Howard to make a show of preparation 18 Jackson ethes 'a soletan duty to perform
aprove the previgation of the Monongaliely let lim do it as becomes a man. He has gone When General ecksca himself declares that so frustliat there is no retreat witlyut dishonor Asuscularity to act in the premises. We trust he has no such
purpose Blair says llow is us The President's attention was that he lias possession of the documents Let cuilled to this subject at an early day, and the the public know what is the charge, and what Globe of the 136 July last, while the Presi. Jis the defence. Where is John Rhea's letter, dient was still in this city, says
Jaand Me. Monroe's contradiction. We take it * truende to the Missouri, the Missis
Hor granted that these will be pablished, and sippi, more the mouth of that over, and the
FROM THE NEW YORK COORTEN AND ENQUIRER. struanis, from their importance, are within the
In the Globe of Saturday, we find the folprinciples laid down in the Mayeville veto, ho loving atfack upon Mr. Gouverneur : ile go on to extend the insurovements to them; if
JVE Carry lovers mean not half we say. Wie is salisfied they are not, ne will NOT EX- Mr. Gouverneur savs, “the editor
of the TeleCROISE UUTITI VESTID IN HIM.”
graph makes it most unmerited and unworthy And agains, on the 16th of July, we have in most degrading character."
attack upon me, full of insinuations of the the paper a Uniress format on with regard to the pro of a very glave subject, has drawn from Mr.
This impertinent and contemptuous treatment posed mpro cients should prove them to be of natitinal importance, un PRESIDENT, We Gouverneur the following severe but merited presimit, wid nad ethorise the contemplatel ce- reply. หวย22/01/18
FUNCIS P. Brin, Esq. trec is an express admission that the power
Editor of the Globe, Washington: to act was setent in the
President, and an Sir: Driven as you seem to acknowledge, attempt to make this decision, and after Vire from the defence of an injurious assertion,
ini Tract wellowed Van Buren. Now, when which you haye not the magnanimity to withthe bicchion cabmet believed that object senaraw in your paper of the 6th you have comcomplished, they turn again to Pennsylvania menced an attempt to be personal with me.
ter to us in the Courier and Enquirer. He is in
an atterent to be personal with him.". Ex-
It was but the other day, that we were told of the fearful responsibility we had incurred before our poetic quotation appeared. The whole distress, we have no donbt. grows out of He liberty we took of showing that Mr. G. had misstated a fact, when he said that Mr. Won Toc openly before the world disctobel' Gen. Jackson's conduct in Florida, and had disap proved" of his acts there. The production of Mr. Monroe's message to Congress swept Mr. Gouverneur's ground from under him, and he is obliged to fly to vulgar abuse, to supply the place of fact and argument. We do not regre
that he has chosen lo seek his satisfaction in thi direction. It humbles him sufficiently, and does not cost us a pang. But even in his pre sent course, he shows great poverty of inven tion. He is indebted altogether for his display to the false slang, generated by Duff Green envy and bittericss. Now, if we thought
the public would be at till edified by a personal altercation on our part, with Mr. Gouverneur, in tlie newspaper, we would not hesitate to indulge his vein a little, and makes an experiment of our own skill in ranting. But the times are too busy for this cort of exhibition. For the present, therefore, we return to Mr. Gouverneur, in a limp, his whole vocabulary of epithets, and unsavory smilies," the viper," " the donkeo," - deserter" md all.
Que word of earnest to Mr. Gouverneur.
PAX THE ALBLKT ARGU5. FORGERY AND FALSEHOOD. The liveuing Journal of Friday, contains tise following pretended letter from Albany, published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, as having been addressed to the editor of that paper from some person in this city. The probability is, i bet no such letter was received by the Inqui! ter: Wat that it was fabricated for the uses of that varacious journal, as a return, in part, for the 32,000 fee of the bank. But whether a b bona fide lotter or not, we are authorized by Judge Wurry to pronounce the statement, so far
is it refers to bus nume, a falschool, in all its pürls
. It is a gross fabrication, designed for w affect upon tlic Pennsylvaina election, and ist kannlating through that State, at this moment konting that the refutatiou cannot reach the te elector until the event is decided.
ter to us in the Courier and Enquirer. He is in
< ALBANT, Sept. 29, 1832. a farious passion Says We s have commenced Dear Sir: The Albany Regency, for the an attempt to be personal with him.” Ex- purpose of inspiring their deluded followers claims I defy your malignity in every shape, with the hopes of spoil," are making stateand then runs into violent invective and bom- ments here, which I think it would be unsafe bast. All this is justified by the editor of the for them to repeat in your State. Courier and Enquirer, on the grount that we «Senator Marcy, their candidate for Govermade a " personal attack," on Mr. Gouverneur. nor, assures his Jackson friends here, that an This, however, is not the real grief.
arrangement has been made by which the wil. It was but the other day, that we were told kinis electors, if chosen, are to cast their votes of the fearful responsibility we had incurred for Mr. Van Buren for Vice President! Mr. before our poëtic quotation appeared. The Marcy says that Wilkins himself is a party to whole distress, we have no doubt, grows out of the arrangement; and that, at Wilkins' suggesthe liberty we took of showing that Mr. G. had tion, he (Marcy) and Isaac Hill went to Harris. misstated a fact, when he said that Mr. Mon- burg, saw some of the candidates for electors, roe openly before the world disavowed”' Gen. who assented to the bargain, and gave assuranJackson's conduct in Florida, and had "disap. ces that at least two-thirds of the Wilkins ticket proved" of his acts there. The production of would be brought into the arrangement, Mr. Monroe's message to Congress swept Mr. * This is a fair specimen of Van Buren tacGouverneur's ground from under him, and he tics. It is the natural course of men who labor
is obliged to Hy to vulgar abuse, to supply the exclusively for the "spoils of office." If the
place of fact and argument. We do not regret democracy of Pennsylvania, however, can be free
that he has chosen to seek his satisfaction in this thus sold out to our great rejected," then I
electoral vote of Pennsylvania was to be transNow, if we thought the public would be at ferred to Van Buren. We want, and must have, magpall edified by a personal altercation on our better authority than the bankrupt assertion of
part, with Mr. Gouverneur, in tlic newspaper, Edwin Croswell, in a case of this importance. we would not hesitate to indulge his vein a little, The man who unblushingly asserted that his and makes an experiment of our own skill in gross and wanton attack upon the Rev. Mr. ranting. But the times are too busy for this sort Campbell, wiis intended for John C. Spencer, of exhibition. For the present, therefore, we would readily utter this falsehood in behalf of return to Mr. Gouverneur, in a lump, his his patron. We repeat, that until some crediwhole vocabulary of epithets, and sunsavory ble person denies that this arrangement was similies," "the viper," "the donke," a deserts made, no further evidence of its truth, than the er" and all.
letter which we published on Saturday, is neOne word of earnest to Mr. Gouverneur.cessary. We stand on the defensive in relation to the In justice to the editor of the Philadelphia controversy which he unnecessarily originated Inquirer, who is coarsely charged, in the Argus, with us; and we will not resign our 6 vintage with forging (a-la-mode Croswell) the letter reground" in pursuit of any such light troops as ferred to, it may be proper to say that such a he has thought fit to parade in the columns of letter was written from this city; that it was the Enquirer.
founded upon accurate information ; and hat
of time."-Albany Ev. Jour.
FROM THE N. X. COURIER AND EXQUIRER.
Judge Marcy to pronounce the statement, so far charge, arid said that sush a letter “as the one as it refers to his name, a falsehood, in all its we describe is in the possession of Col. White, parts. It is a gross fabrication, designed for will not, we presume, be denied upon his aueffect upon the Pennsylvania election, and is thority; nor, unless we are misinformed, will it circulating through that State, at this moinent, be denied that the letter in question was writknowing that the refutation cannot reach the ten by no less a personage than Chancellor Kent elector's until the event is decided.