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If I were to confine my views to you in the abstract, without reference to analogous cases, which constantly occur, I should not hesitate to consider your present standing in the community, a moral paradox—a political phenomenon. When I take the gauge and dimensions of your intellectual endowments and acquisitions, and perceive how small and scanty they are—and when I view your habitual... Continue Reading
Recipient: MVB
The crisis of our fate is rapidly approaching. Already do we experience the diminution of our numbers and the falling of off wise and good men. Even Dudley begins to shake in the wind—and to inquire, like his original in the fable, whether, if the enemy succeeds, his fate will be rendered worse or his panniers more burthensome.— Van Kleeck already brandishes the sword of defiance, and threatens a... Continue Reading
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There are some men, who are always the dupes of their own vanity, and who like a squirrel in a rotary cage, or a horse in a Troy Team-Boat, really think that they are in a state of advancement, when they have made no progress at all. This is emphatically your case. Under the influence of a sanguine temperament, like your great prototype, Aaron Burr, you believe that you can cut and carve as you... Continue Reading
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OUT AT LAST Chief Justice Spencer, in an open and unreserved political communication with Gen. Brown, during the last week, threw off all disguise, and avowed, as a justification of the course now pursued by Mr. Clinton, that "THERE IS NO LONGER A REPUBLICAN PARTY, as such, in this State: that henceforth our citizens will only be known as the opposers and supporters of Mr. Clinton's... Continue Reading
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We this day lay before our readers a document of deeper interest-one which, from its nature and probable consequences, is more eminently calculated to test the character of the American People, and to probe the foundation upon which their political insitutions are based-than any which has appeared amongst us since the declaration of the late war between these United States and Great Britian. We... Continue Reading
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The Crisis We this day lay before our readers a document of deeper interest, one which in ^from^ its character ^nature^ & cons probable consequences is more eminently calculated to test ^probe test^ the character of the american people and to test ^probe^ the fo very foundation upon which our hitherto successful ^their political^ institutions are based than any state paper which ^which has... Continue Reading
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The Daily Advertiser, having in some degree lent its countenance to the allegations, that a plan is, or has been on foot to obtain a repeal or modification of the law regulating a choice of electors in this state; and that such design has been intimated in one or more letters from Mr. Van Buren, to his friends in Kentucky; he is induced by the nature of the charge, and the general interest... Continue Reading
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The “Daily Advertiser” having in some degree lent its sanction to the allegations that a plan is or has been on foot to obtain a repeal or modification of the law regulating the choice of electors in this State, and that such design has been intimated in one or more letters from Mr Van Buren to his friends in Kentucky, he is induced by the nature of the charge and the general interest properly... Continue Reading
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