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Be pleased to state in your paper, that the assertions, that I laid the letters attributed to Mess. Elisha and Marshal Jenkins, jun. before the council of appointment, or that I had any agency in laying or advising them to be laid before the council, or either of its members, is an infamous falshood.
Mr. Van Buren went thro' the history of our controversy with Great Britain, and recapitulated the events and progress of the dispute in a manner that evinced his perfect command of the subject. He treated on the embargo, the opposition, evasions and infractions it met with from the federalists in the passage and operation of the law, the advantages expected in England from the commotions excited... Continue Reading
AT a general meeting of the republican committees from ten towns in the county of Columbia, held at Binghams' city tavern, in the city of Hudson, on Friday the 12th day of April, 1805. WILLIAM WILSON,Chairman. MARTIN VAN BUREN,Secretary. The proceedings of a county meeting held at the house of Jesse Giant, jun. in the county of Greene, on the 15th of March last, having been read— Resolved... Continue Reading
By M. Van Buren, Esq. The town of Kinderhook—The Whig seed which was sown in the revolution has produced good fruit—her republican energies are substantially increasing—though not always successful, she never fails to deserve it.
AT a numerous and respectable meeting of republican electors of the town of Kinderhook, held at the house of Nathan Deyo on the 29th day of March. BARENT VAN DER POEL, esq. in the chair. M. V. BUREN, Secretary. It was resolved unanimously, That Barent Van Der Poel, M. V. Buren, Peter P. Van Slyck, William Dickey, Peter Hause and Laurens M Goes, be a committee to attend the county meeting in the... Continue Reading
By M. Van Buren, esq. The state of Vermont. May she produce no more Elliotts.
AT the last Court of Common Pleas held at the city of Hudson. I left at some house in Hudson, or was stolen from Mr. Swart's Tavern, a drab colored superfine broadcloth SURTOUT COAT. Any person who may have found it or discovered who has stolen it will be handsomely rewarded for leaving the coat with or communicating his knowledge to Mr. Swart.
The meeting having convened pursuant to adjournment, and the nomination of lieutenant-governor and the address of the republican members of the legislature, made at Albany on the 15th ult. having been read, Resolved, unanimously, That we will support DE WITT CLINTON, Esq. for the office of lieutenant-governor at the ensuing election. The committee appointed for the purpose being called upon for... Continue Reading