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Asimow Jacksos's oxios or roo Ron - Exotion.
I have often heard him (Jackson) use these emphatic words-for he was fond of giving em. phasis to his expressions: “Ritche is the greatestiscoundred in America.” And in one of his letters he uses the following language, which deserves to be engraved in letters of brass:
*I see that I am attacked in congress by Cocke, Whitman, and Williams, aided by that infamous press, the Richmond Enquirer. If such a corrupt press as the Richmond Enquirer were to approbate my conduct, I should think, in some unguarded moment, I had committed some great moral crime.”—Judge Brackenridge's Leo. -
jority of the voters of that state are opposed too
the re-election of Gen. Jackson. It may be - -
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duna. - on Mr. Clay he elected by the House ovote before these colleges meet; and if he asThis will depend upon the electoral votes of certains that he cannot be elected himself, and .