Newspaper of The New York Herald, July 19, 1860, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated July 19, 1860 Page 1
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TH WHOLE NO. 8715. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETINS. Immense Gathering at the Cooper Institute. inside and outside assemblages. EnthUHiaem for Breckinridge and Lane. TEN TIQF8AND DEMOCRATS ON GUARD. 1 Large Delegation of Douglas Men in the Hall* CHEEFVS AND COUNTER CHEERS. Important Speech of Daniel S. Dickinson. Interesting Letter* from President Bnthnnmi, Gov. Stevens and Charles O'Coior, Si.) Sc.) St. A most imposing mass meeting of the democrat! of thta elty who are in favor of the election of Breckinridgo and lane to the Presidency and Vice Presidency of the CnitoJ BUtes was bold lost evening in tbe lower ball of tbe Cooper Institute, in pursuance of the following call.? OftAND NATIONAL DKM<"K"RATIO HAKH MKETINQ. HRBOKINRIDUK AND LANK, The standard bearers of tie UNION A Nil Tim CONSTITUTION. Ail democrats and every friend of the constitution and the quality el' blue* in favor of the election of JOHN C. BBKCKINBIDQB and J08KPH LAN* To the offices of President and Vice President of the Called Butte are requested to meet at the COOPRH INSTITUTE, WKDNKSDAY BVRNteO, JULY It, at bmiht o'clock, To ratify the nomination* of the above candidate* of the Natteoal Democratic Convention at Baltimore, and start the ball Id DMTlifffl. COM* TO TTTK MEETING. Come aa the wave* com* when narle* are stranded, Come *? the winds crane when fore*t* are render!; Come as freemen come when there i* a Union to save; Gome as true domocrat*. with strong heart* and brave. HON. DANIEL S. DICKKNdoN Will positively address the meeting. The following distinguished speakers have also been Invited, and are evpeeted to be present and address the multitude:? Hon CKtRLKH O'CONOB, Hod JOHN a. ox, JAMBt T. RRADT. Etq., Hen. J. P. BEN J a?<?N, of I-ouisinna, Hon. Got. LOWP, of Maryland, Hon. CALEB OCelliNWof kiiwbwtA Oovernnr Ilk NR Y A. WINK of Virginia, Hon. A. B MEEK of AUbsma, Bom THOf B. KIX.RKNCK, of Pennsylvania, Oovernor BTKVKNH. of Oregon. Boo. KOMUNO BUBBK, of New Hampshire, n n. nunrn, iuw., Hon. LEVI 8. UHATFIKTJ). and other*. Dttttnfrulthed Speaker* have been Invited, and will address he meeting Hv order. J(>HK T. I1KNRV, Chairman Committee of Arrangement* and Pruaidaol of Democratic Volunteer*. A. O. Boaros, Hccretary. The platform was profusely bung around with the American flag, and some of the columns wore alio las to fally draped with the same article. On the right of the emtre arch of tbo plattorm was hung a portrait of Brock tnrtalge, inscribed:OaaaaaeaeiMM >? ' ^ fMMR| j J (poRmtn1) i } JOHN C. BRK "KlNRTDflE. * ee >/eeeeee- eeareeeeee eeeeee eceeveeeeeeeeeeeo And on the left side was a similar portrait of lane, inscribed:? i?**** sou vk? nuetiDiorr, 1 C.en ^^*^r^;rffrfrfffjjrijjf| Right and left of these Presidential portraits euro qpread strips of canvass with the following mottoes ? J aitacKDnuuuit am> um th* mimm usailsju or tiu ; I'kiox a."?i> ths rommrrxmom. > mrA.vri nil*. j Ei*o rr rmc ii?i>mv ah qi h klt ah pohhihiji, whii.i i j loon n? rroi nn rwkmt with thb pbaoousm.? Oen. I Lanr ml the rAjnw of Atlima?. i On a canvAHK In front of tbo platform waa the inscription ? ^ftrttrrrrr "AT,0,,Al- nKHofRAvr ml I vrKKRH $ And on either aide were similar stripes with these inscriptions? K*U ypnttfTrtal|Jnwt?plitJthe*Paionff"^ ^ "John Brown mr a rVjjatter SoT?reign. j*^ Between the portrait# 01 Breckinridge and lame bung a canvi' with this Inscription:? V"^T"a ctwenri thw a*i> tub b^i aijty or htatm, ? | twwk ark nut nwiu or wnaajumxa rim. lrt i j thm ax Tin EAixrino car or run ntorua."? j I BrtcHnrylqe. | At the back oi I be platform wax a oaavaa wiin mix motto ? Qff rf rrrrrr rr 'TiAlt CiRV 1 > or m i , i rowmmw, ; zro the * ! | rwtov WIU. I TAKE run j or 1TSKL/.' ( An worm ax the doom were opened there wi? a tremon dona rofh fer| irate, act In lew than ten annate* the rpaniour hall wax fill.-1, and In the eowrre of the evening every favorable ?Uunliag point ?u occupied. All the rata upon the platform were filled by leading democrat*, among whom our reporter rrcognlaed the following:? Collector Prbcll, Purveyor flxrt, John J. Ciaoo, Capt. Kynderr, Capt Hroitb, of the Ptreet ftepartinenl; t'har. H. Harwell, Jacob A. Wertervelt, Ftepbew P. Homell, Hiram Oanrion. Philip W. fcngr, Ueorge Vartan, George HaMwta, Edwin Cromwell, fee. There eonld not have been lew Una 4.900 perron* with la the walk*, and probably aa equal number outride. There war aa exrellent band of mnric riationed In a Corner of the platform, which fllled up the trdlou* raomenta before organization and the intrrimr of the pro reedlcga very agreeably. An entrrprtatng Individual provided himaelf with miniature daguerreotypra of Breckinridge and lAfee, which be retailed among the ad mlrent of there gentlemen at a email charge. That celebrated piece or ordnance, the Rmp're Club pocket platol, wmi plan led in tha i treat nt After pUoe, and it Inter vile awakraed the reborn of that pearaftd locality with IU frequent diaeharge*. The mcet.ns: tu call< I to order nt quarter part eight F. M. by Mr. .'no. P Ilrnry. Chairman of the Committer of Arrangement*, who no mine led m Chairmen of Uir Meeting Mr. John 0. Brewer, ahlpptng merchant. The nomination erne applaudingly rat I hoi. Mr. Bnown, on taking the chair, mid ? grwwn or joh* h. mtowim. Ftixow Pmrenure?la the nbtrata of thkt meeting I entirely and heartily rancor I f?ei and appreciate the honor yoar rote bae'ronfrred opna me. ami tbaak you At it. The peculiar peat lion of the democratic party, at thin time, te greatly to be deplored, hot It te ar t by any malt or delinquency "f our*. We need do other eriderce gjre nam, ranee that the democratic tmw. of the rlty * N*w York are largely f'pi w ntod here, than the cha rarter and flrnutftw ni ih#. m,.,, who nn? ntrrmmil tu,? TVwe are ?C the thrtiaand* who do hot bow the knoo U> Baal. (Cheer* uxi count, r cheer* for tVvgla* ) But the gneotton of "r?yul*rll?" la morh diariooed, an t we arc UM that Mr. BrwWiarid*e ft* Prealdenl. ' naveeal lane tor Vtee PrwMmt, an* not regular democratic twnl aationt. and that Mr. rvrartMi an<l Mr tobn?m ar? re-ro lar. wr eotecm mom a matter of fancy than of fact. Cleer* ) Our opmioo la that tho mator,ly of the Doug Convention waa parked etproaaly tor tho man, that tho thirty-Are voir* of Nrv York warn bargained for and On id prior to tho olorlloa of delegate* to the Slate One mo ttoa, which mot at Bjrraewa on il* 14 id of September huit, that the choice of many of thcoo delegate* waa managed wtlh okprtaa rctorwico to that moult, and that tac aiwnro of the detnorrary of Naw York had no aotca In tho Baltimore ChnrWwtoo nomination* (Htneo* and rbecr* ) I'pon tbla ground, tborotoro. tho nomination* of Mr PougUa and Mr Jahnaua appear to ua aa Mt regntar, but a uaurpat loo. fChoorn \ That It waa not a National Brmorrntlc Osnrotitloa which nominate! Mr PanaIan wa eonatd. r prwed, In tha hrtthat tba dole I'teaTSTtbe democratic SS-, WIJB the .-mwvtont of Kat Oar tat toe, prataatad agamat ito praoaadtoga, aad ENE ?uio wcrvra.nni 10 w?UTl? ITOB 11. ("HurraD Tit Douglas." and cheers.) The Presidential nominee of th a CoiiVei ttou la himaeir not a regular?he la achlamatio, and not In good r lauding In the democratic party, max much aa be atanoa oppwed to ita avowed principles, and still repudiate* th. ru after their confirmation by the 8upr? me Court of the United Slates. for the proof of thla appeal to the cp -ech oi Senator Benjamin, recently pronounced In the Senate. "Hie prtnoiplea of the preoent democratic adminiatration have been thwarted and the party disrupted by the nominee of the Baltimore Charleston U-u Convention and blB followera In bla assumption of a sovereignly for the Territories, which haa never been pretended by any well received expounder of the constitution, and which eaB never be maintained aa a princ.ple of constitutional law, any more than onuld a "Wllmot proviso'' or a "BuOalo platform." (A voioe, "All gas.") Tbe?e tbinga and thla nominee cannot be regular in the democratic party, whose first element haa ever boon to maintain the constitution pore and stmI le. J< ift r?oo and Madiaon and their compeers fr inded the democratic party upon the oonstiiutlonal law (Cbeorn for Douglas, with oountorcheers for Rreckirrldgo.) John Breckturtdge (the grandfather of our Presidential nominee) introduced the memorablo rendu| ti< n of 'P8 to the legislature of Kentucky, and the den. > <umic piny proper kept its rulee of regularity with in tbe con |?m> of ibut law and of lb ear resolutions from tl at time to this. 80 It mnal continue for all time to come. The constitution Is ibe sheet anchor of oar hopes; when that is gene all is luet. If, therefore, the CiLcibL li platiorm, or any other platform, tails abort of, Or goer beyond, the measure of Um> ounstltutlon by any nuelDh rpn talion or oversight, it is only necessary lur ur to know It to correct It. It Is upon this vital principle (its Hifld? llty to the rtpr?me law of the land) that we oppose the black republican party. Can we be leea exacting with men who look lor succor in our own ranks, alnirt their infidelity, if net so monstrous la 'ts intentions, is equally glaring in fact? To maintain its doctrines the dem> erstlc i>arty has encountered many severe struggles with its political adversaries; but, in the end, It has found virtue In the masses equal to the emergency. Ihe contest now before as may be difficult, and, for a time, embarrassing; but we believe tbe people will become fully instructed upon the subject, and rise superior to a mere abstraction, wbicb It may be leered bas been attempted to be engrafted upou the party for sinister purposes. Hut I have endeavored to show that a man cannot be regular, In the Hue of proferment In tbe democratic party, whose doctrines violate the decrees of tbe Kupremo Court, be he nominated by ' what faction be may It were better to dlasolvo the democratic party than for it to elect a President who is know to be directly at Issue with tho highest authority koown to the law?that authority being as supreme, in Ita sphere, u is Cbegrea :u ts lawful legislation ami tho eieeutive In the enforcement of the law*. (Cheers.) We then, for ourselves and for all tbo members of the democratic family w ho concur with us, most solemnly protest against the nominations i>f Mr. Douglas and Mr. Johnson, as neither democratic or national. (Cheers.) To be regular, the candidates must be eligible by the rules 'v- have laid down. In tbis respect our nominees are triumphantly regular. They stand immovably upon the unbounded precedents and principles of the constltu ttotal democratic party, and have ever stood there, and their nomuiation is regular :f accepted and ratified by the masses of the national democratic party. This confirmation Breckinridge and Lane are receiving daily, and will continue to receive it throughout the length and breedth of tbo land They are already conrlr-ned In the heart4 of the masses of the conservative demnciacy of the Union. Any other preteuded ratification is simply conventional dictation?the regularity of demagog leism?packed primarily, and packed ultimately, it is anti democratic, abusive of our rights, and not longer to bo submitted to by flreemen. (Cheers ) Thus the Com. enliou which was formed by tbo withdrawing deirga'.ea from the Douglas Convention, grew out of the necessity of the ease. The delegates from the democratic Mutes, and several from other flutes, driven from that Cocvent:od by its (Actions and anti democratic uro ceedinga, claim regularity, because their new Convention was national in principle and democratic in purpuao. Upon the spur of the moment more than twenty flutes were represented by lull or pirtial delegations, and lion. C. Oishlng, who had abandoned the cbalr of the Douglas faction, a as chosen to preside over the deliberations of the National Democratic. Convention. Some delegations acted under instructions from their ooostituonte? they ertatnly were regula-- others acted upon their own con victiorm or rirht. All acted upon tbo well settled poli-y >f our party, to lubm'.t to no nominations which are not constitutionally >trmocratic, and, aa 1 have already gaol, their course Is apjirovnd and confirmed In the hearts and purpose* of the conservative democracy of tbe country. The nominations of Breckinridge and Lane were made upon a pure, national democratic platform, embodying principle* which " hare been settled lo gislaiively?settled judicially?and are sustained by right reason. They rret upon the rock of the constitution? the) will preserve tho Union." They are regular, and we conflrm them. (Cheers.) Of tlr. Breckinridge ft become* us to *ay: Bis ancestry ul of aa pure blood and a* loyal to tbe country and it* constitution as her history can trace (or any man. Hie w ImlarsU.p, statesmanship, perfect flielity to -very trust, public and private?in a word, every circumstance of his life and character, proclaims him the man fur the country and the time*. Geu. lam- is no leas worthy. (Three cheer* for Lane.) Ho a ? self mad* man. honeat and capable. Most of his life has been devoted to 'he public service, in tbe legislature of Indiana, the camp* of Mexico, the Territorial government of Oregon, the delegate in Congress for that Territory, and Unruly United (bales Senator for the citato. Hi* public record I* a long one, free from stain and (hult|e*s. H.a character la highly and Justly appreciated. If the people of the country mean to maintain the constitution and the laws, tb?-y will elect Breckinridge and lane. We muat organise for that purpose, thoroughly and perfectly, in every part of tbe Bute and nation, that we may present to the people the nominations of faithful and true ni*n, worthy of their oontMohce and support, fur every elective otB :e in every di-;trict. The following letters were r*oe.ved f> <m President Buchanan and the Hon. Isaac D. ft evens, of Waehio^ton Territory, Chairman ot the Democratic National Committee:? thk rsesmrvr's i.rmnt.* July IT, 1M0. Otprrurnr*?1 bar* received, thru ?b Um> W iKicw nf lr??r Ijwtmim, . th* roaol'itino* adopted on the ljth net. by the National Vnluuteera of Now York. In th-eo yon are pleacd to -?ay that lb" xpcech delirerod by roe on ihe night of the nth inat., when ?. renaih-d by the rat. lira ti<? me. '.ng of the fri.-nda of Brock in r-clgo and lane In ihto city, la an clear, internal at J -ub-emanliko a rem on -trnnn- against th- ?ptrit of disunion, '-that your aaaociatlott accept it aa an e*pre*alon of your own v'.own." Kor thia t'.krn of y?ur k nU?"?a, aa well aa for the .-spree'ion if your personal regards an ! Individual neb-em and roped, i fed deeply yrati-ful. I am ono of the last surrlvore of a race of men who In their day were the fkithiul ,-nar't; in.t of the constitution and ibe I nine. Tbia aarre-l My haa now deeeended to a n< w gauaratloa, and 1 am happy to believe that they will prove tbemnchaa to bo worthy of the m'-nentoiu trial. In tbia alow I hall with in<< re ant'r'acti ,r> "aUh. -hmcnt of the National Volunteer?, an-1 enrdlaliy wmb teum proa per it) and uacfulne?a.. May the kind lYortdcooe which baa watched over onr nountiy from the N-fnnioy reetore the ancient frietnlabip ami harmony among the dim rent member* of the Confederacy and raoJer the Output Jtion and L'nio* perpetual Your?, Tory respectfully, TAMES BiailNAN onrmwoit arm res' Lrrm. Navea it Draocorio BxarcTiva t'oaairraa Boons. > , WtsuscTo* Citt, July it. itbl J I bar' lo erpreaa mv ..bilgationa for your kind remembrance of me. aa rriirewM-l In your tnrttauon to sddresa the naUooal di mnrj-ary of New York cttjr to morrow evening 1 regret that my duttea here will not leave me at liberty to be with yon In peraon You are 'nauaur *Un< a great aerriee for your State and reentry The time baa come for patriou in all pnrtl oia of an riiended confederacy to ataad bwather shoulder to abonlder la advoeary and defence of onr rbvtiafcrd conaUtatlcn. Thia la aatil1 lally the duty of Northern men Onr are laleUiaent, pair lor Ic and trdepeadeot Tber require of men ipon whom they confer puhiie truala to aierriar not simple ibe quailUea of prudenee, lndnatry and fidelity, but b> rlae bi a full ooneeptmn of the great principle* of r. naUtuUonnl lller-r fur ?hi h cor fath-ra fought, and wbk-.b they be uraOted to ' J a* heritage more prtreieaa than ruble*. Portbrrn aieo are celled np?o to aland up aa an huhnva act'!.at the api-HMt of fanaUctam. and nn expo lally are they ralk d npon v> f*r? rtainor and contumely la d*fenee of tbo qua,. > of tb<- m reretjnt Mm*a << our c-nfed.-rary. The ?>ber aor nd thought of tbo AuQTk-an people la eten now - working out our drliTrrance from proar it trout f a Wf am Handing firmly In the adranrrment of trwh. A tool Pr vV1"r,ce wl I not fall eaally ?-i direct aa. Truth. dlvlnterealednc** and jnaimw will pnrane Ihtlr or jtnat an.l triumphant march, e halrear ?-? '.or arm -I n. a tr *v be tn the war I hid ran (nod rfc.-rr. Urt ua aot bo dia-outaged *e am '-on'awlir* for the <~ mam mion of <nir rrmoirj, for the equa' rtabia of every rttiren of our irtw re public Mgbt rn fight no. A great triumph awaiu ua, be ore va am contandlng for Ubert\ juallee and truth on earth. IFAACD flTKVItmi i rrnm raoM cbajit.ih o'coxot. N#w Toe*. Julj 17. 1? Otautwra- fWdlally approving the nomtnaooo of John II. Bt<w?lnrldi:e f ir Preikient and l.-aeph law for Vice President .if the I'mted Utatra, 1 re*mt that It will Mb' la my reer in add,ena ibe r? juration m-'eiin* appointed In be held morrow net, op. at the t <?.per InaUiule. However deep.y H l? to be deplored that rival platform* aad 1 , ndld.i'e. er. p r?eal"d 1" the democratic parly, threat en In# to dlridr ita etrrngth and deltrer It orer aa aa eaay prey hen ute hand* of Its oj .taenia, yet. each being unhappily the fart, tlie duty of making a eb>*ce oanooi he avoided \YY 0 MORNING EDITION?THU and with divine law Ui taken poa*ea?tou of '.hi Northern < lad. Ihiaatataoflhinn afforded % Boat promising quarry for the Indue try of political party maker*, and they hare availed ih. nntelvet of It. They thua argued?"With the nation a! c?n aoienre on our lid*?with Mod and nature both on our aide. >nd againat nur antagonist*?curely we must win." accordingly thia bright Idea ha* been induairfoualy worked Into a political 01 sanitation, and here etanda before i>e at the North the black ret jbUcau party aim tat, If not abeulutely, invincible. * by baa that party any atrengihr Why doea It iow threaten to deatmy harmony between the North and the Houth, leading to dlaun on at d to dlaaatere deep and Irremediable? It is simply because the false'assumption of abolition Isle that negro slavery Is wicked and unjust, has boon permitted to paea unrcfuied. How is tb?t destructive party to be shorn of Ha pernicious ttrer.glh? 1 here la but one method by wh'ch this object -an be tflrt'isd, and that la by denying and disproving tbe false poaitiou on which It Is founded. We must, ss smiarty, Insist unqualifiedly that In the lnatltut on of nesro ahffcry there Is no thins whatever which oallafor unfavorable action by government, that the right of the while rraster to the armces of bis oegro alave is, In every moral sense, precisely the same as his right to any other property. II ti Is propositi in be not true, no b meat man ought to de mr? the permanency of our republic; if it be true, the black republican doctrb e Is a treasooable and destructive fallacy. 1 am In favor of the principles enunciated In the Renal* re nlutii'i s of IMO. and in the report if the Committee on Reaoi ti ,,,u, made to our National Convention at Charleston, be cei se came tip to this point. Ibey meet the exigency bo fore is; th v fairly and dlre.uly meet the Issue as ills under stood by sll honest and teuslbla men on either tide. I am In favor ?f Hreeklnrldge and Lane, because they stand a platform distinctly expressing theee principle* Mr. Iloiifflas deollnea practically to Wand up no them. He 1 links the main Issue and aeeka to ride into power upon a (i,n a which Impliedly concedes to abolitionism the vital ale mint of Its poiiu-al power, to wit; that negro slavery la unjust, or at leas: has In it tome eh ment which, on moral grounds, Jus titles hostility. Hla friends may deny this cor at ruction, but to my mind It la manifestly just. The >.hole practical importance of bis popn lar sovereignty doctrine Is in Its bearing on tbe alave qui-sUon. do one -area a fig about it eicepl In this single connerUiin In ill its other Wrings it ta an admitted abstraction, unworthy of a m intent's attention and incapable of attracting it. I .el any man who doubts this read Mr. Douglas' argument as Snbliahrd in U-trptr't Mooarih . and hla subsequent reply to uoge Black In defenoe of that article. Slavery is the staple of bis whole argument. The phrases and postulates of the ami slav >ry agitators are Invoked by him at every point in the discussion, and most liberally used to sustain bia views. 1 but. to all practical purpose*, Mr. Douglas presents him aetta himself a* a armi abolitionist. Hie platform tends to keep abolition *m alive, as a t ower in the Plate, for future mbuhief. The platform of Breckinridge and Lads assails the hydra tn front, and alma to slay It outright. Whilst 1 am thus with you In sentiment, and to the extent of iry bnmh'e powers am ready to aid in your object, 1 cannot k*a sight if the policy walrb require* a thorough union of all hew Yorkers who are opposed to the election of Unco In Concurring alth thai eminent and patriotic cltixen of Peuusylvanla * tlUam H. Reed, ' I believe that there are three 'Candida'** for the Presidency preferable to the one whom every abolitionist or anti-alatery agitator in the land supports." CH. U CONOR. After the letters Mr. Green read the list of Vico-prestdentsof the meeting. Tho names of Charles O'Conor, James T. Brady, and John A. Dix were received with cheers, and Mr. Augustus Shell's with mingled cheers and hipaes. There waa much good humor maniTested by tbe audience at the difficulty which Mr. Green labored under In making out the names; and, dually, ho was induced to kip over nine tenths of them, and retired amid much laughter. Mr Sotoiiov then read tbe list of Secretaries. TVi" nominations were ratified as a matter of course. Mr. Surma P. Rcwon.i. proceeded to read the following resolutions, as the expressiou of tbe Hcutimcnta of tho meeting ? Whereas, it has been necessary more than one# In our history to pause sn l solemnly insert the true character of this government a* a republic of onfederated (Pales: and whereas, the democratic party organization baa been perverted, and an attempt made by unscrupulous men to make use of Its ancient Srt-at i*o to endorse an UDcnnsUuiUonst- and ami democratic uctrtne; and whereas, it is :be dtity of evsry cltisen to adhern w ith strict flrellty to lb? Obligations imposed by the constitution as the only bone of preserving this Union; and whereas, the equality >r each citizen Is expressly gtiarantsed in that instrumetil, which, In the words or the immortal Jackson, "pro u-xu so anu Rnuia largii I'' none?uifliinviix iu djcmuj^ lite the dvwa of heaven;" and where aa, in order to preserve UI in I'nion it recently become necessary to reassert tn convention the glorious prinoiplee upon which it was founded, therefore. Resolved, That this meeting cordiallyspprova the platform of prinoiplee adopted by the National Denuv-rallc Convention which met at the wary lead Inatitute, in Baltimore, on the 5*1 day of June last, and that we hell the mmiioaUona of John C. Itrecgtnridge, of Kentucky, and Joteph lane of Oregon.for the ofltee* of President anil Vine President of the l ulled Slates, upon ihla declaration 01 principles, with a aincero and hearty enthusiasm. Resolved, Tt iu we deny and denounce the doctrine of the republican party, that ougress haa the power and right to Inten ene, and pr>-veDt the emigration to tkn Tarrtierics of the t'aluM States of ciu/ens with their property, as -r i1 by the federal and the Supreme Court of the foiled States; and 'hat we also d?-ny and denounce the assumption of the advocates of "squatter sovereignty,'' that, though e.ich citizen may have the tight to go to the Territories with his propertv, yet" that the Territorial governments organlred under the arts of Congress have the power of stteh Intervention, na equal'} untenable and unconstitutional, and that It Involves the contradiction that citizens may have rights, which rights, by the action of Congress or its agents, may be Unpaired or destroyed. Resolved. That the true mustttotl uial and democrat e doc ti-ti .- ! 'h- T< rrtiortea being the commou property of nit the States, and all citizens being thereby Joint owners, ail have an equal right to settle tn them with whatever property they may legally poasess, and, as the rights of nro|ierty are uot denvrdfrom Congress but are inherent iu the people of the several States, therefore Congress cannot Interveucfor the purpose of establishing or destroy ing the right ot prrsterty in the servhe# of negroes or any other deer rip Hon of property, hut tliat It la Its bounden duty, when iieecmary, to protect the rtgh'a and privileges ot all citizens, without parUattty,during lite Territorial ouodition, and "teat when the numoe' of the inhabitants of any Territory Justifies it, lite people thereof, In the language of the Cincinnati platform, 'have Us right to form a constitution with or without slavery, as tbn majority may determine " Resolved, That the real aim of the republican part v. as evinced by the wrMinga and apeeclies of Iu leaders, is directly ov indirectly to destroy the dome*tic InsiUutkwn of the, anj to pla-w the four millions of nrgn<es now tn tide country, 1 upon n legal and political equ.dity with the whites, leading to a mature of rac-s and consequent social equality, by which I tSev Would reduce mir gloriotui enuntrv to the condition of I Ve?i-o Klxt Oinral Ann tea. ? hria ruin, drgrwd ituzn, y and death ha n followed thia e?pertmn>t, uul they would thua, under the prriaataa of freedom for the negro, render freedom for white men impomdlile. HerolnM, That we rrjnri ihti dehaalng dortrloe aa abhorrent u> natoral ln?iin'li and right reawxi n> iting U> tiw lab .rtnv rnuwea. * h m If la thna determined to degrade from the proud p mtkin ol Amen \ui elu/ena to an unnatural e<pu,:i. ty m ilia an Inferior rare? and oa ua attempt 10 engrail upon Una country the fonna and errora of mouarrhl ml ln?itutinu?, Ly 1 reating ar'tltr'al eiiatra ind rlgaaea in th- phi -a of itiaaft hrnad, palpable and natural laiitieti <11 w Web the Creator h 1a atomped mon *h? human family. Heaol ea. That ihe growing strength. one.ihatttuUonnl damanna and ilm tendency of leading polittr.una who b?.e heretofore been true, now In truckle, for theauke of auppowd popularity, toihe Imperloiia damanda of ant) alavery em. are raunea for ft* ma and profound alarm, and abould itjutle ea h of the Km pirn Kiaie, wbirb baa ao murh at atake In Dua Union and <?uac bim. without regard lo old parte naaoeiatli xjl to burble on the armor of truth and go forth with the dih ld of the ronati 'i l m avd join the reorganized. ffidomiiable and onronuneralile democracy whirl), nnder the Indrnilp of Bre-k .nrldge an 1 lame haa undertaken the mwaloc. whl-'b it will surely achieve, of aeatorlng peace and prrmaneut harmony to our roun'ry, defending the conatltntirw frnm all neaaulta, and tninami'tlng unimpaired the piireleaa heritage of thia Union to our . Idhjri r Revolved. That H he rerwuner ded to the tfemorttey of the Mate 01 brw Aork lo organize in tbetr artera] dlaUK tafor the ruppon of John C. Are. kitridga for Brogatcnt and .toaepb lare f? Tina Freaalrnt. on the haeta of the platform adopted by the Salioual Demurrdlr Convention held at tha ttaiv jind InatKnte. It..ltlmote. on the 23d uf June Latl. Mr. RumoII's voice wag not etjowl to the taak, and there Cere many ^nod hnmored shout* of " louder," ' fb-t a >rn," Wo umi rend tlx m in print tomorrow," 4c., *8The latter ?ug?> ilton nomraerxled 1 tar If to the tense of the man/iiu m. and -o the further reading of the re-olutlona war dispensed with, and they were adopted un faith. IV Bog. Darn. ?. IbrKumn.v was then introduced to the mecttrg, vnd ar he preeented his amlUng, venerable countenance to the audience, he received a perfect ova tM'O of applanre, the whole audience atanding up and cheering moet entWtactically for acveral momenta II New York." A stentorian role* thereupon finished the sentence by shouting, "And of the Union too." (Cheer*., | HPF.EtH or DANIFI. ft. DtCIIKNOK. Aftsr the applause bad tubelded, Mr. Dk sLsem proceeded to address the meeting He aaid ? Ma. I'rbsimt.vr snr Pcluiw Qrnunr*?Ever fleeting t.m- bna brought us upon souther period prescribed by the constitution for the election of Onef Magistrate of this great ^confederacy?a popular struggle known to no people ntider heaven but ouraelre*. and rtceoeding In niter est and Importance anything known in the hlelory of governtr.entr amongst men, civilised or savage Tit* prnotnsnc PAtrrr. Upon preceding similar ore amove generally. It baa been tbc got d fertone of that great party to which yon and I be long ('-beers), of that Party which bag iwayed the death Dies of the country and slaved lie policy from tbc days of J'-Oereon to thu present moment, to stand united in prinriple and purpnee, and movement, like a Roman Cohort io the beat period of the mtstrrm of the world With sorb purpose*, inch principle*, inch united energise, and such haimenkm* nctloo, the dent'cralio party deserved and wen the highest confidence and gratitude of the tolling masses?ft bore aloft on Its banner the sacred word equality?It plucked boery bonded privilege by the beard, and arraigned error and pretention before the great tribunal of the people?It was radical in the reformation of nbuare?It wa* conservative In the preservation of all that experience bad approved?the constitution was it* pillar sod its cloud, and progress was its watch word, (loud cheer*.) Under Its l>eoign policy our horde^ c*t? nded from the Atlantic to the Pacific?wo ?ubdo'-d and fertilised new territorteg?we clvlllaed, eduaatcd i ,i.?. > . 1 if.* ir b- rbarons or r< mi barbarous rer< -. sod nearly trebled tie number of free goverelgn Rtates fi beers 1 Overshadowing, monopolising, unconstitutkxia f'-dersl banks and protective larlllh, those devtoew of rraftfind fraud, that they might subsist upon the fruits of ethers labor, have, alter years of confilst with the demo i ' rarv. finallv been driven from the field and eitermt uated, nnd the only great work left them la the prrarai rrix.a la In vindicate the eopremary of lb? conatita lion ami the equality of the Ptatc* Ita pre irnt rulinii iftr?ii'? by a wire and foreseeing foreign ami domratte policy ?M quietly advancing the real Ibtereet of the country in rptte of the cflbrU of too* without and the* within, and democracy waa la the nenitb of i?a irlnmpba (Cheer* ) tf tn-day that (treat ronerrretire party of the people and the coaalitiitlon, the country'* nafety and the patriot's hope, la crippled and divided? if ita power la weakened, ita force* scattered, Ita nergiea weighed down, and thtre arc forebodings that Ila proud banner way fall trailing In the duet?Wt it bo mnumbered that it la not Ibe fault of the party or ila prln-lple?. or of Ita maaana, that It la thua degraded, but that It I* because in au evil moment ita management fell into the handa of the aelflob, corrupt and venal, who hava bo trayed the trust*, half gained by stealth, halt oonflded to them, and becanee in altemptiag to uae ita power to ad ranee peraoaal enda only they hare dee In rad Ita organ i ration, divided it ato sections, and brought thorn into ronlkt with ?ach other, inatawd of concentrating all ifo force* ipoo Um enemas of tha coMtllutkm. (Land cbeoiv) TSK !! RSDAT, JULY 19, 1860. Ttn UPTBUOAK rilTT I This organisation, with m?ny elrmonta of personal cleverness, bode* evil to the beat inuresta of trn? ftm loin andflmmanity. It la founded in sectional disturbance, Ita alltmnt la prejudice and paaaion, tie effort* calculous to array State again* t State, Motion against aectiou, man agalnat man, brother against brothor?to destroy all kit Uly relations and light np the Ores of sectional di.ioord and strife, to end in battles of blood.Though Ita managers threw overboard its great founder and lead :r, Uo vernor i-wwara, because no uau too pisimy aecisroa iw principles, hoping thereby to cob coal lis dangerous ten deucioH, its true theories are belched by tbo Sumr.ors and the Ihecvers, and are reduced to practice bv its John Browns. (Cboera and hlaaee.) It disturbs and embitters the social relation*?it severs the holy ties of religious brotherhood?it breaks the bouda of a common political faith?it blots out the great memories of the revolution? it destroys commercial interests and tho interchanges of hoe trade?it degrades us as a natiou|bcfore(tho envious monarchs ci earth, and deprives us of our inherent power lo vind.cate our rights. It aowa broadcast the terrible tods of domestic strife and passion, that the people may reap :u due season a harvest of ashes and desola tiou. thk DntOOUDO hiwml C0.TVKMI03?PVBIIC kxmkt.s no.v. There was never a moment In the history of the democratic party, or a time when tho masses of the people looked to the sitting of a national convention with more recti ling xpectatiou tliun wben It was about to assemble at Charleston in April last. There was never a lime when such confidence was more wickedly, wantonly and shamefully betrayed?wben reasonable expectations were so madly blasted as in the results produced by Its action. Its proceedings dud no parallel in disgraasaid degradation since the empire of the Now World was sold at auction for mouey. The democratic party for its steady devotion to the princlpl's of tbo constitution, tho catholicy of its .-reed*, for its grand radical analysis and Its just and lOfty conservatism, bad won the contidcuce of the masses and wrung unwilling admiration from its hereditary opponents, ami all good men looked to It in this, the evil day of our country, for delivertcce and safety. Its convention assembled at Charleston and organised for business. A boly man arrayed in tho robes of bis sacred office, with raised hands and fervent supplication, invokes the favor o the Beneficent Being who has vouchsafed to us, as a people, so many bless mgs. The whisper of beauty is hushed d me galleries?the aged bow their gray hairs m sy mputlictie aad (loop devotion?lovitv is humbled iu shcuco, an<l even lurking fraud is abashed and cowers for a biding place. But (be prayer is over, and a band of conspirators lake possession of the assemblage, and, instead of a National Convention, a great huckstering bazaar is erected?a political trade <-ales is opened?management inaugurates her slimy and rcpu give court, and the office of Chief Magistrate of this mighty republic is put up like the board of a public pauper, at tbo lowest bidder. Its proceedings bear evidence of deliberate and long cherished design, of a combination and conspiracy to tie up minorities against them, and leave those free who were for them, and thir attain by fraud or force a particular result, regardless of ponular sentiment or of consequences which might follow Tbo ruling faction had muffed up the scent of four hundred millions of spoil, and for thorn the administration of ltouglas was expected to rain milk and honey, snow powdered sugar, and ball Moffat's Vegetable Life Pills. (Laughter.) Under neurly two weeks of this application of the forcing process the Convention proved unequal to the emergency, and pansed for m alth?a portion of the delegations withdrew, and tho residue adjourned to Baltimore for a period of some six weeks, for ventilation. The public had reason to hope, tbnt separated from the influences which sor rounded them, and no longer breathing the contagions they engendered, but inhaling a healthy moral atroos juut", lury inigiii rciurn iuiu <u."cuargo im- 01117 woira ihey hod undertaken. But abstinence only edged their appetites, and their last state was worn than the Bri t. (A voice?''That's mi.'') Tbcsamo drillrd, peeked, machine majority, met again, composed of delegates ftem a portion of States, soil assumed to sit In judgment upon tho righU" of regular delegates from another portion?to punish them for rome uonconformlty to the majority standard or otlur delinquency?In short, to deny to aove. relrn democratic States the right to return to their ecats at Baltimore, because they did not occupy thrm for the v.hole period of the protracted sitting at Charleston?a quest ion belonging entirely to the con.tltuency of these delegations alsone, and w ith which the National Convention had 00 business whatsoever. And not only were these delegations expelled under such pretensions, but bogus Celeg itions, made up to snit the convenience and necessity of the occasion, were put in their places. (Hinn and cheers ) A decision so abhorrent to ovary principle of common fairness?? " i?*ete wtvh outrage and usurpation divided, dismembered and broke up the Convention, as it should have done, and as every sensible mind saw It wonid do, and I commend with my whole heart the spirit, and approve the conduct of tho President. General Cashing, who refused longer to nrc-ldo over tho tyrannous eabal and of the delegations who, under the camo President, reorganized aud placed in nomination Hosts. Breckinridge and .'.in- TL- remain fiMtion. made up chief y of delegates from republican Stglrs, wheso delegations were tbc authors of the groat wMkg. deprived of their head and without a democratic bo%, proceeded to nominate Mr. Douglas and t ilzpatricit, rtc were informed, amidst tremendous enthusiasm? Ver?-<nt and other New England states, and the whole North-rest, were pledged to Mr. Douglas (mIJWA of court* to a -light incumbrance, (held by one Abraham Lincoln') with deafening applause. Some f.aVboalmrn descending the MUf U-ippt, in rather a jolly mood, passed j a bouse on tbc shore when" tbey were uddling and dancing on the piazza?the boat fell Into an ddv and onoe In mil uuur pp*ii ill'' ii'ill-r KKiiii, Lig lur iJ ' iine il aworo they were ttddltng ami Jam iuk In every bourn for hundred mites on the (bore of the rlrer?whilo tury had been revolving in an eddy and had wvn but one. The lvougla.* rtrergth Ta eatimnbd in the rame way. cat *? or Pfat T-noft?rnK armors or rr. Waiving all ^ueatier of the merita or demerit! of Mr. JV.i.'laK a a candidate, 11< pretension were pro-rod np< n tho Ion vent ion,? tTi''tloie? under the pretence of a j V'.aitt'iiu id? n wh.< U he could (tand Wtth convenience, | omctimes in th" ie I mission and reject ion of <lelegatee by the p?nere? of machinery and nmiwmcit, and at other times in the dlreet presentation of his name, beyond all precedence or bound*of courtoty or reason, in a manner and tn a spirit and with a feeling which ipoka defliirtee to m arly one half of the Stater of tin. confederacy, when it war well known they would not acquiesce in hi* nomina tion, that they would uot support htm If nominated, and ho a add not be elected with' ut their voice, prr-d, ton, tn a tone and temper, and with a dogged and nhrttnate fordst' nee which wa* well calculated, tf it wav uot intended, to break up the Convention or force Into oticd.-.DCt; to the bclmb of a combination. fiV rr.) The a' tbcrr of tbla outrag*, whoa we should bold aromitahie, and who are Joat'y and dtreetlv chirreable with it, A' : T ' I til \ W Y": k d< e They held tlie baUiC of power, and madly an 1 aclfl-h!y and corruptly need it for the diiruption of tb a democratic l?rty .n endcnvoriiig to force It op to u ftxed |iomt to sut'3> rvc their inftunoi.s rein row. Tbcy were tb'-rc cinrged With high rcrponnhihtiee by a patriotic and conSding court tuency?tn a erlsia of unusual interest It. the h.uory of the party and tie count!IT it), In an evil mem- tit, held in their leprous Landa the dnd.oirc of a lie I arty and fti. a gnat country?they professed to DC gOTTDrii njr noif conameratious and t<> dc?;f?e the unity, and fiarstony, md of the ilctno?riu jr. (Cheet.' ) 'Ihoy prtx ln!m"4, poreooallv acl through their arrrediU'l orgmnr, tbul ,u tb?\r tk w ihc South* rn butm wore eetitM to name a < andidtto, and 'lor la rod that It would Ik- tbolr tu>t |x>l)cy to aroootl fu<h ftiggroiiooa m were mv!> In that nuartcr, und auyjiuH curb c.iadidalr a? ihovM bo nuard by, bi b r ;l t". tbo Homlh and Willi fofh profr??1on? nil fhl?c pre tour, on tt*ur lipa, thi v wont to Cbar baton But from the moment tbry mured tbo Contention at (baric-ton, until It ? * flna'ly hrrkrnn nn hv Ihcir huH* r otiilm t nr.l ?i.rM fait I. ai U. it more?<-,.g in-l abicb ac'-nred them the do-ignat ion of political gambler* ui>* the Door of the Convention, their rcry ^t wan to nppoee tl?e * mh>-a and reflet cm h, any, uid 9fr\ rand Mat*' who would he acceptable to loo Southern Stab-*, and their every rflort In eeaaon and out of atatinn. by uigbt and b> day, mwa to lore- upon the Pouthern mate* a candidate whoee creed they repudiated aixl eo*d< nrae'l; a candidate they had declared, In the meet - "Hi, fiirr, an witt, r<peatM a- i-reratien* they could V t and would not aupport. a candidate who vu at open , war with ttic democratic admit.-tration, who had hot a , r.ngle aepoortef in the democratic Senate, and wb>*e ( ' r per lei icherrrlit hail Jn?t ald< d the republican* In the , l Otton of a 8pei'Ki r ,od CV rk of the Hoi..* of Repre j t ntattve*. two nt the m et influential and commanding , I -Itione in th" foTcrnmenl. (Chcera ) Tbiee wh ) rtled. and dictated to. and wielded the toIo of the New York | i legation, tlirouk'b the freo'lulrat tToctaiiof a un t rote? , a rule forrd upon a large minority of th e delegation to , it.lie their ii utlmenta. while naull m.uoritio* were re- . l ined front it in othcra to anlt the purpose of the con- | ?;,irator??*111 hrreefter he kuown by the name pla.nly , I randed'gien their yuilty forebreut* at (harleeton?"po- , 1 ileal fai*bbra"?aa crrwturea a h > bang Tentering ijen t the lot>V,? of State aod fed- ral legilallon to pnrrhuee , nrter-'l privilege and immanily by corrupt ap , I ancea; who thriro in It* MM etmoeptocre, , j.d rw?ll to obeae proportion*, lite vultures , i ;on ?tiki, "ffi< e broki M. who crawl and cringe , t round tie foot etc i? of power, and by falee pre , t nee* iron rc th-itu-cirr* or rile toola place* ^ r.f oflielit triad and at, that they may . I nek ami control cnuruw- and oocrenVloc* at then t r?o of the people they difra I an I betray. wh. I -.cwt mm nre rmaer t 10 their mdr.rtriel evocation* to rvn lb' i bread. (U>nd < beew, toil eoloo. -'Mo it, old , n> -n.") Ok, bon I in* Uw m?rr noble rplrlt of the demo- j, cvry fMfrom ?neh rontam muling kprmafhe** Rome, i wboee prdjd banner out* wared triumphant orer a roo ,j r.nrred world, degenerated in the pomlt of annual do- , Pfhta U> a aarnl of tiddler* kud dinrer*. and the demo- , part; of Now York, foi.nded m Uw- aplrt of Jelfcf. j, en. knd etbnJattnf, f"f many year*.the tw>l#lr otRirt* of n , larkaon ktrl k Tompfcln*. ha?, In tbo bnodk of "political r ambler*,'' Wn degraded by prartir.* whk-b won Id >lla- ? h?nor the terort* of k Peter funk In ca*t off etotbiag: f, -.seating tk* m-ntlm- nt of the people of I be ?ale and , ration. emitting a grentand ronffdinR party. who** prln p'e* tfcey put oil * k dtoftiine, for the purpoae* of I'ibling thrrti torbeat; eheatlng the Corivetttoa wbob emitted them lo aeat*; cheating deii-gattent who treated lh< m, ch? allng orerybody and rretttbing with wbtrb teyranae nr - tirt r*f.<nt Mr. Po'iala*. their nominee, ' tt.'T. ! ni'-niiDV llifngb their arrrrdluvi nrjrari, Nl lay today. that th", Om . otion bad not rra*ia<vt to- t ether an that tltojr might Orally hava cheated hint h IBe? hare ' vrrlbrf wn the democratic mi?'V bet ,t w? "? U" rider* tbat trampled them do**." Political * ratnhlert! yon have brrathod your contagion throughout n he democratic < itadrl. and profaned and pnlliiWwl iU re- ( J walla. You hare drilled Ha boly place* by your roc- t iptinf prrornrr; ttoriran hraata fold in Ihr are* of tta f< -mplra, and flltby rrpt il. a hara Inbabitrd the aanrtuary b .!V 1-1 M* towering ? ??* Of liberty baa H ?t a li * . 1,4 f"?l racraa croak for prey aad what V *** <1,M' Uto?" "f* lta ?a*??d altar* I otitic*! fiBtlrra I you bate perpatcaiad yoar M a anealkm of th? lime*. derive* all lit ?l*nlttd?nce from the ?'ih f?i-t of nnrro alaiery fia rHallona lo th? Trrr)UW1? ml 10 the mode of |mrn<H( them I* BMraely Inrl.loiUlJl I" amrrly U.c i rm hi etu< h 'hit. penieintllj reourrtnd iifyrct I* her" oped m hi | -it if.' Tbf . mitr .\on> 'ii *;i ltd practical boarlnw, la merely '.bin How i* d*jto davrry lo be or?ll wruhf In tu mom), politic*), legal in l eeoooinleal Mpec?, ray rtewannthat inner*! ttihiM h? " been ?n dtatincrly and ao nfirn eipraaaM, dial my poWOou In refereace to tbo rl?*t platform' mm Wore n* could not be J aibtl'il. Tbe mora fnrtlln realm a of the globe cannot baao fuMeete.l u fit ly to deeelop* Ihnfr nntoral reeowee for tbe beactit of mankind etcept by negro labor. Negro labor -auual be IhrrU impl'inf etorpi through the Jndlckloiia onipulBbai of a aopa I rwf race. and in no way caa an (mat a meaauru of ahyatcal mo Cm. ni and maKl Improvement be Imptried lo (he negruaa bia <* mpola ry aer* tlude In there very raglnna I "From th?o* iindralahlo facta, wri-ten in tbe great Sr-ofc of 1 nutur*. pro. an py nfuww*. ana nn wrwnui saamnn man rtrlmlnt., my r*nsnn draw* ih? ihfwmTv-* 'hat nagro aiar-rr la nc* rrpuanant in jmalno I* tv* irprxiUhl- In tft? whit* , man?la n' t oppiraa > r to tb* aagru, and Is not uwtipadleat as a tuaUnr at Sx'ial pnliry. t-?i m? apply tb*as rl?wi to imrmm tvmntty. "Rlntw th? < foundaitoa >if this rnpshlle n*?ro laTafT bas *r*r bran a | main i lllar nf n'irs?rsn(th, an indlaprnaaM* ?|aimmt of mir | trowtb and pmapnrlty II la now aa fntrgrai part nf mir bains , aa a nalioa. n> niprl K by fiaud or laar it out by rtolanm Wools b# | nutiihil nulrtd'1.'' It rolkiwa that "In rlndtrais lis asm utial junto* and morality. In all curt* and plan**, b*for* m?o and aali'Sis, Is Iha doty of I rrrry A m?r1a?r> rttlrm " I A moral war has b*an mad* upon this laalltutlon by inMala and a nnaai rwllgmua rr-iaad* bad b**n pr*nrh*d against It by anoumr rlaaa HMbsrto, at Irast lit tb* Anrtb. no on* ban d*f*ndi d It. and Ita Am.'barn adroratra bar* not b**n board. Tbn natural rsati'ts bar* *n*o*d jndsnwmt baa paaand against N by 4*fa>dt, aad ubs ld?a -bat .t oontft-is witb oat dal juawos I [ ERA cheat?consummated your hurt fraud upon tbo democratic party . for you wu) never a ?u b? trusted. Henceforth you will be beu and ircat '1 i 8 political outlaws, **4 * <* There m no ie\ no crafty but but .1 *?*8 40 lh? b*tt*ra. Y?u w U) hang upon its skirts to regain power, and lie m Hoibisb fbr revenge, but aa an open memy you are pow r|.e?, and are only dangerous to tboee wbo truai you. \\ ,h parties, and especially clones, who betray trials u, ( lM>*er M with individuals, there la a day of r**k ,i1D. and retribution, and yours <a at hand, For One at last wis all thing* even, And If wa do but watrb the hour, 1 here never yet waa human power, Who could evade. If unforvtven. The patient wares and vigil long, Of mm who treasures up a wrong.?iCber-? SKW YORK niTBOORn?TKK fMON IT HYtU-.f?b?IW r.u 1TM DKMTBOYKl), WO. Tbo defection of a wing of the democratic party in 1817, undercover of advocating " free aoil" principles, defeated General Ckis in 1M8, and prostrated the power of the in mocrntic nartv in the Stale and nation. While ita sections were yet ft landing, or professing to (land, on principles or doctrines in direct antagonism to each other, there wur those who advocated a coalition of sections, and a division of spoils, for the purpose of securing patronage an t o I " beating the whigs." Regarding it as most demoralizing, 1 resisted it with all the force I could sum mon, and all the arguments I could command; but the necessities of office seeking patriotism were too strong for me, sod under the ministrations of some who had received a taste of official favor, aad were willing to barter principles for place, and the acquiescense of gnod-naturod weakness, the foul scheme was consummated?indlvidu als obtained place and the moral foundations or the party were shaken. From that day to the present elements th< rctoforo unknowu and unheard of in the history ol the party became rife,wielded by " political gamblers." Since then caucuses hsve beon run by contract, conventions have been packed, and the manage meat of the party machinery has boon assigned to its chief and assistant engineers, with as much procision and regard to minuti.i\ us the running of railroad train < When a corps of bands were wanted to Talsify domestic hit-lory at Washington, and calumniate faithful democrats and honest men, they were in motion with all the alacrity of police detectives who start to arrest and pupwh, not perpetrate fraud. In short, they usually keep stationed there a drill sergeant and a flic of men, to Bcrve in emergencies. When an office was vacant or a job of depleting the treasury was in the market, they snutfed up the spoil with that keen instinct given to all birils of evil omen, and demanded it as their lawful booty. They wero " nolitical earn biers" bv trade, and Dursued their avoca turn with appropriate nod shameless desperation. Administrations which bare known or ought to huro known their bloarcd and blackened history, which know or should have known their occupation, and should have shunned them as they would a contact with tha plague, though at lirat, regarding this clique as A monster of sueli frightful mien, That to be hated needs but to be seen, 'cheers) hare usually realized the nuntillaling illustration of the poet and Being onre familiar with Its face, Kirs', then pity, then embrace. Hereafter, when demuciuls or others abroad fall to understand what they term the tingled web of Now York politics, let them understand that nine tenths of vbo 'untied web'' and embarrassment to the democratic party has arisen from abroad, b<cause this samo clique of ' political gamblers," wbomake politics a business, have been onablcd to last) n their fangs upon the party organizations at home, from being recognized and clothed with power, and place, and putionago abroad, and that they have beca recognized and rewardod abroad, fbr the alleged reason licit they bad power and pox!lion at borne; which power and position thc.v gain by Iho very patronage placed in their hands by those having its dispensation. This enables them to drive a profitable trade In political affairs, when true democrats are prosecuting their ordinary pursuits and looking to popular sentiment to direct political affair1'. This clique and its so complices sol sympathizers professed freo soil dootrlses mitil they *wero universally repudiated and condemned by the democratic party everywhere, and then, without tbc least tuconvenionoe, professed Iho dor trim* or tl>?? democrat ic purlv with equal zerl, und probably about equal sincerity. Though I opposed tbc.r recognition aa dimmrats by the party M> long na they refused to stand upon it* platform, yet they i wore bargniuea In, and I could do vo no longer when tbey proferacd and acknowlcged its wbolo crocd, and swore all. giancc again to its principles. Many of tlio old free ; A ug hav pro\ed U> be among the moet reliable and faithful numbers of the parly But I bare looked upon all the guim?cntp of the particular clique of whom I speak w 1th distrust and would gladly have seen them perform quarantine before landing. But they bad aapped and tniucd tht foundation of the democratte, ediQ.-e ao long that they knew its a -d. (MM, and having perfected their machinery accordingly, they were enabled to Influence its movements, and to rule or ruiu In party aflairs, generally doing the lost when fulled to accomplish the flri-t. Tliua they berxtne formidable, and thu d.d a Kreat and generous party yield to tbeir impious demands Horn time to tune, rather' to n-o their treacherous arms turned against the mocrotlc encampment, while its boats were engaged In a great periodical battle with its open enemies. M the great conflict or 1860 approached, it was obvious that New York must be the battle ground over tb" constitution, and bear a conspicuous pail us tto JMThtf strsngli, M indeed has ootoutial act m not decide It for f*a<l or fbr evil. In view of this, I early determined to countenanee no division* in Ibe ranks, lor any purposes under any circumstances. 1 knew Uiut divisions, no matter how, would and inevitable delnat. 1 knew Uiat th.s i lid'"' of |>olit:clnut; had abated not one iot or tittle of tbi ir rule or rulu policy. I knew It was loud in its profs* i.onr of barmrtiy, for I>t? ipn consumption, and to gull the mumcs, and I determined to take it at Its word? (rh. err)?to dlicom.tenance all divisions. to ohtnin as fair a selection of delegate.* to the Natioual Convention as J*j??lr]e, and to stake a last Dual experimental ettori lor union (or the aake of the l/niou. I.vents at Syracuse, wb:th?r I went to promote reooDcUialloua and prevent dhruptlona. pave my voice a jotetnial InlfiKnco. I exerted it to bnnx all eh menu into one organization, which ibmld rrpreaent the Km pi re Slate, and though the oflbrt ?w renewed by rat and misted by other . sod runrlaixl by mole eyed vialon, It was substantially sueceaa fm. I aj |? i ' II mos s through- i.l the State u popular addn a?r, and the democracy ret]?t>dol by electing the nest Important portion of the tieket placed In l uminal?,n. But as.c/U delegated representation wa< reeognlard at Charleston, and if tlial delegation had discharged, nay, if II had not primly violated ltd diity. the Stnte of New York in Unr great renter! would hare been the rent State in MM I men f> r Ihe democratic . tninros. When the Syracuse Ornvention of 1H49 aypronrlted 1 i n. <i tint ri maim 'i .ii nemo i |rnniura a Division, which I n? w altnoet certain; tlic dii irion would huvo eune, New Yolk would have l??n prustrute, and 1 and my frlerdr rhotild hav< been charged will) producing it. and good autiind credullt.', abroad wo.Ud have bvi.evi-d the of I lime wboec vocation It Is to verify I rucli fhbchrejd. I could htiro Joined other?, nod have 1' red to the just but proline of true and fa.thful ro< r f..r a (pee eiitainpoc of vrroit)?. but I prefcrrtd to la-c forwuru for the b* nettt of ail rather than backwards to irratify the Just rracntnu uts of the few. (Ch." r?) f mold have tee* tided other* In conn tjnliotio evpr .Itleu to attain mult . to minister to for hitched ml. v.dual hopr* lint each oi then* would liavo left New York powerles? for good, aad oi l line dcinncrata soemIngty re*|-ot>-lbl< . and Idetrrmiucd to give thaw who ha<i power to rule or ruin, and a determination milted to tbe occueion. undirputcd power In role. after a* oelating with them all the good Influence j could com maud. They profMbl to desire harmony, unity and rone i' at ion. I pr> pewed to take them at their word, without raying how much or b?w little fsttb 1 ha?l tn their prefesaton*. I taw they would have the power. I 'bbrmtred they should bare, no far a? t could control It. the reepnri ibtlity aim I kre w that If they fairly and falthMly reprwnntod the StAt? th< y would merit atd receive the common di.ticn <>t all no1 el detnoerata, and that the party would be compensated id the nan I is which would follow ] knew if by treacherous m hemes ami rambling reeorta they b< irayed tbeir trust, and repealed the cheats abroad which they pra> tieed at home, they would evpo-c to the w oi lit their own per fid iocs nature* and destroy them Hi?** fortrer, and d-deal th-ir further pow.<r for mis ' -biff at heme ..mi abroad. and that the drm-vrml*- |?-?rty ?! New Ycrk onuii. a ford unbounded ?>mpe?*ati?n for a r x-u-otnination ao devoutly to be wished. In abort, I aaw fi :bej would bare tb. power, t no-ant they ehonld bam * .1,* re'poor Milt) with It, at4 tbejr had both. Tho ? vow.r tliey tn.fl t hit* exerc.iaed ro ar to haropirea life, {, ??a',bai.(t Joy. and ua<|ue?tooe4 eucer a to the lenvi 0 :mti.-|nrty of the Mate and nation. But they Vrhoae to terrier i# man trpoalte direction aad now let tberu rirepare fbr the nwi-ow thlllty which they cannot eweapo. r reey have, U. .t they mipht ad ranee the neliirh purpoerw tfacarrttpi ell<iue.wlth meilee aforethought Wickedly ? m<l wat.tooly c mmltted the erime?let them rtand op In t| Jm world a pillory aid ruffer the penally doe tofklwhond. u renehery, Iniratttod' and boaetiek'. (Cborra.) When! >. brew tn? whole aonl into an etjorl totuiila the Jeov> u r.itir party of thta Mate. I detrrmlaed if it waa finally ^ ;n.uec? "fnl. beeao e of the had conduct of Utla trading J cmMnat'on, thot I would ner?r again make in effort to uulto tbe part) with ntch material In It. ?i rhat rltcrt at union would N*Tf been rrowned witbi-om- < ... i< *< ? hut for them, for th? rank* of Utd party P md e.oaed up. nr.d Iht- nmaaoe halted a drtirrraaer from * nternal di eft too and Mrtfr, aa a proud day in tbour, try'? bbtory. But, U.ey hare torn op<o agatn lla ie :?da to' ilteerra tbeir owa arlflah ehtwi, and n< w * rt die talon he the order of the day until timer falthlean *1 'polltleal rambhW are driven without ttar paWI the 11 IcBMdratk party f< rerer. Bo totally abhorred an the* ?' re, that we abail eoow r attain eu> eewa wdlbout Uian with hem. and we bare pr?md now, to tl?e eat i? fart ion of all, Rl trig the attempt for a party to r< j.oao n|? n na-h rot >t HI 1 ?' a't r Uo r |-wr will not be *| ourtrd, tor their net- ltl?? rewanhd by d< mnrrail dmlnMntlMW. No. I ibalt bare .'ur main ao oflnrdi w r?r union where they are to bo rri (?nieed. bnl war ii|w? "] ay fadicn ih< ir tr?acl>e roe rula, and notbin ?' lOCU'Tl Will lOIH'W lUTir I'-JUl. " T* trr barn t ami(M rkn 4 tptno'a glon t* In poaor. b?it whon I rntno Cf I r<mr with Imtfr, hrt. A and t*>w, ?{ A * Iradrr hta Mortal If* (l/wid rboora ) ^ *n* -rr> iTi[?rTif"??ogrirn i Bovnutmwrr. at Mi rh ha- Wn Mi l upon tbo auhjuto of non int?rr?B- n In anil K'jiiaiif r oovcroifnty, an II in t< rtiml and thm rl bo<n Btoch mor- Mid i?i>ou thom than ha-i booQ nn *< rr*too?l by thooo who havo Mid II. And it would N) i* irllfor th political mngf loo who rhatter rn flippantly y, pon tho Mibjo't to loarn Iboir loaimn bofor- thoy prate it. t) " Tlua'a truo," and ohoer*.) TV two pricrlploo, which n rally barn no rotation to r?rh othor and aro entirely dif- ?i i-rrnt. have horn atranflv an-l liapardonably confounded; ri 'tit I will i-tat/ lho true deflnltlono ofrarhw pnraloly. Nop. d nterrrntion monnn that thrrr rbonM bo no tnteryenttoa C o rat/ nd or prohibit ntarory In tho Torn tor ma. hot that it ho proplo of tho J'tato* and (ho Trrritorioa ahontd ho left, d ibtlo a Territory, In rayy jnat stall r^hti aa W carry nf L D. PKiCE TWO CENTS. th?!r ?! ?* w'th th?m when mnm>n| Into the TVrllO. rtw. 'tr rluMioD ih?r<-fr"m. m It should b? b?M br lb* court* hfluii^fj to th. m. Squatter sovereignty claim? ill" sovereign right of ihe people of a Territory to exclude tb" tntndurtfon at slavery from th? Territory by WiUH Territorial legislation, r?gurdless of iho construction gfvSV 10 ilio cnmdiiutlon by the decisions of the Supreme CoturU Before the Dred S oil decision this was an open question; since that decision t is so no longer. The difference is plainly Ibis: non intervention by Congress and qualified popular sovereignty proposed such Territorial legislation as should be in deference to, subject to and in harmony wub the decisions of the Supreme Court upon the gnat question. Squatter sovereignty defies the autbority ol the courts and asserts the power of lbs Territorial' legislature to exclude slavery from the Territory by law, I absolutely, regardless of the construction given to tho constitution by the court. (Cheers.) *k uu-kiXBOji',) rjmolutiovs or 1847, in no man, and a. cainocw's visws, it bas be<>n ot'ten said, wub truth, that I was the first to introduce the principle of nou intervention and quallueu j'opular sovereignty tuts Congress Tor the governments the Territories. When the doctrine has been tigaided with diatavor itbar been assigned tome; but winu it has been greeted with pouulsr applauos ft hafl had numerous claimants. it baa sometimes been Hid, but erroneously, that 1 wsean atlvooate if not tM author, of the doctrine of squatter sovereignty. 1 was, Hid IW, to ndvuCAii ol oou vilervvui\t?u inlb qu&U&Ki popular sovereignty. That is, with the right 0f the people to legislate in harmony with the constitution for their (niestin government. 1 uever was an advocate for or h<-lll?V#?r In ihdt r1stf*trln?* rtt* mintior . -2 n.ia ? ? ... ... guv; , ma ihjiii it U) be an out and out nbsuraity. For it make* the laws of a Territorial legislature to override the ouaatlluiloa of the I'dlud States. The resolutions which 1 Introduced Is 1947. proponing non intervention In the Territni we and suggesting the principle ol popular sovereignly, in ? qualified fi rm, proposed, aaibown by tbespeech wblcb followed their introduction, that tbe Territorial leglnlatioa should keep in view auch construction aaabould be given to tbe conatltutton by tbe Supreme Court, and legislate In bairoony with and in declaratory obedience to It. They wore never brought to a vote, because practical measures involving tbe precise question came under consideration ??k n after their introduction, and for no other reason. (Cheers ) In 1948 Mr. Calhoun, myself and others, were u|hui tlnyommiitee charged with a bill known as the Clayton (.< mpromiae. 1 proposed, and Mr. Calhoun aseent l, that th" bill should be framed upon the principle of nou intervention, and it was so framed and ai passed tho Senate, but was, noar the close of tbe session, Laid on the table in the House of Representatives. Tbe only difference beiwe.-n Mr. Calhoun and myself upon tbe subject, then or at any other time, was thin ?He proposed that tbe hill should r -cogutse. in declaratory form, the right of the oiti/.ens of all the Stales to go to the common rarltorles with their property, slave property Included, and tliere be protected. w moot affirming or denying hie position, 1 proposed, as it was an unsettled question, and strictly belonged to tbe judiciary, U> leave It to be decided by the courts, to wbieb bo readily assented, remarking ?? ? >UD mmu imu 7T.1I MII1IU ^UUUDIV -5 u UIS ponillUn that tbey wer? willing to stand upon tup. intervention, and await a Judicial con*triicttoo of the constitution ana of their rights to the Territories. The poaitioa of Mr. Calhoun ha* slnco been fnlJy vindicated and suatained by the Dred rfcott decision. oMPaoitjni truants* or 1M0. The MMfMNM m-agures of I860, were baaed cpon the *am* non-intervention Idea, and while tbey ware under discussion in the -(onate A the Unltal State*, I bad the honor to state my position there m a>po*cta upon the boor as follows:? V iw, sir, I mWh to say, inee for all, 'hat It la not ib y tnteatlon, eliber direetly or Indirectly, to favor, by voice or rote, the eTienaloD 'if elavrry, ir the reetrtetloa of slavery In the Territories, by or any 'merferenoo with the subject whatever N ir am I tnd.r"ncad In this conclusion by the local law sol tbe Territory in i.ieitluD, either oalirwl or artificial, tbe law * if nat ire or he 'aw* if man , and, far all <be purP"s*? of the prraeni soli n, 1 wtil n jt Inquire * bat they are tn either rmpe-'i. 1 will atand upon ths true principle* of nonInlerti sli.m, in the hi indent possible set,as for son intervention's sake, to uphold lb? 1 undamenta) prlaelplesof freedom, a ltd tor no other reaaan, and will leave the people of the Territories und til the ttithw Je sorb right* and pri viliaes as are theirs under the c ontntfl^p nod it. ,( the I'd led stakes, without addition to, v dhMhoMtn from, such rights by tb? action oi Congress. ivj.x-u* Ajm wKnaiswi till. The RanMf and Nebraska hill, eicept JQ Its disturbance of the Missouri !Im, icntalned no new principle whatever, bot copied the same non intervention principle which had been recognised by Cony rest, antf awaited the judicial construction of the constitution, res dsxd s'xm diccjuow. After the passage of all these m ensures, came the Drcd Scott teclaioD by tbo Supreme Court ol the United State*, pronounced alter unusual 'abor and deliberation, const ru mi tbo Constitution and the rishls of citizens or States .n the Tcrsitorios. m Mr. Calhoun ud other Southern ?latermen had con tenth 4, an J thus settling the oue?lton for ever, for all those who propose to abide by lbo GoMlitiition and laws. Tie substance of the decision was this ? Th?fl?rr1i inraeTilred.l# s-.qulred'by the peipla of the Cruled times for their common and equal broeSt, tbr >o*h tbelr agcr.t and ir'ivri', h-- 1 . r.vl r .rrum.r-. ''T.t;r?w -an nrr'tee no power over the rtrhta jf p?r?>n?, br prtperty at a citlran In the Territory, whirh ta tinhlbite.! by the i.'.m* Motion. Tto rovenrnenl and the -hirer a, eli-tnev er the Territory to opened to wtiWment. both enier it wllii Jietr resperure rights defined end limited by the t'onadtitl m. Cinfr-sB haa ai rtfbi tb prohibit i hi- called ut itui pants liar State or State* front tnaaiog their hiee there, wSMe it permits dliiene it other states ?> Moan. Nor baa II a right to aire rr,r|]e,<?-a to ntia claae cf -111 /rn? which It refute a t> atiolt-r. The l errttory m acquire# tor their equal anS ?m m beu- tiu aud J opeo to any, t Boat be o|ien to all. ti|?n eo-ial and the eainn lern a K.ery -ittien has h rteht lo lake wltiiHm Inib th-i Territory any article of pr> pern which'he i \i . he 'Jnt'ed state* re- ttnlasa lave* na property, aul jtledj -e^ibe federal ipv'rnmrQt t? protect It. en-1 in,;re?.t nrntn d e?er :l?e aur more authority oyer prop*rty of that lewninlon -han It may conaJtuUonaily ?lerctoe over property of any o-her ?lnit. The act of Conateea, iberi-lore. nr ihllii'Jns a -tureen >f the l'uit-d Mtatee front inking with Win when be rem >tce' J the Territory lu queatlon 'o r'-eiln I* an eierdeo of authority orer ptorate property which la not warranted by -die t' metiitiiion, and the removal of the tilaiutlfT, by htoiwuerlb that Territory, save him no title to freedom. Now, II all had acquiesced n this decision, like rood Cltiiwna. had yielded willing asd oiieerful aaernt and obe tlienre to it as an juthentic oona.ruction of the fundamental law. by the blgfeeat tribunal, the question of .... 7 u> nn" i-ii iur . wooki d?vb oeen at real, an l the <i??oer*i Ic party would bav-i boon an ita way r? juteing. B'tl, overy k n 1 ol meai? waa rreorted to to evade it Kainpaot aholiliomeTi, moro many tbaa m ft11 SpltoN to tniacb.'-f, opeoly d IB Qua pad it ar.d dotted to sa >t in wont to do all legal dbaUcl-w to the cuBnummal.on of its own diatemperei .d^a? demagog ?m ullaled I tee If? fiuialioirm foamed, tut 1 t? simmf oowardlco ahruii* around it and Inaiatad that the quealloo out dec.ded, and all tbeee combined together, tight t> deny to tto ctllacaa of the slave Mat?*i the b'm till of tho deem on, either in tho'iy or prsclioe. (Cheer*) J repeal, tbo South were -at.mlel ? tb noninterrenliii, awa uug i Cood faith the docaloti of the court* before th.ii adjudca ti. ii; aiw? the decia.oo, boy a HI ba?e been a?iinf?d with iton mtorvontiou, aii i Uw a ki. i?ledjne nt, and pi tw ii?ol carcuiioa of it w >jrdin< t> ita fa.r and oio u blc aplrlt. ids nwnnoi o? T'ia*>.""r.' to mi otroij*. P i Ve.i.lh dl i not object t > Mr. Ikuglas n*cm .m of b e ptUtotpM uf ii'Mi Intervention?tw r ' : ja*i?.? it b k do-. iriBi* of quaJiiH il popular o the T'rr rice, 17 n 00 often and <o |ioicp r^aly a.l l>ol th? r eppe ill i ii to bim trioiM, to aay n h tig >, bj >rt< r unata conirorwnv with the admiaurtrat..-*, fr m bto advooacy of ?tiat they regard aa a m.? t rank and mta h evou^eiror, he rqualler aoreralgaty bereny;, aa he loot, ia we have already nr"u, that n u t thding the decl'Ion of ihe Hupv me Court n too Dr- d ScoU aae, bold hat all clliaii* with thair property art to ba ad at. Had hare on njual lor tun. iiava property Htc'iided, a Tarritolai legialal'ire may. by lit rcaotod law, rtcluda (lava wdpsvfy funi tba Irrrlt iry?tiiua virtually jurat ug a Yrntortal loylrlv.uro with pawr to antral tb ,s prove Von I it.' . MM Mi ^roatrord by tbi b yh<at tribunal mod to U>? law. Tbaaa iri Uto articlrg ,f craad pr toarrt by Mr. Donylaa, to wbh-h th? Booth o^jaet. In '.bo olrhraii'd campayn dabata ?itb Mr Ltneotn, pravtoua to tic Drod feott drctaioo, a u, v?r to -orta.n uiwaiiooa rropoaad by Mr. 1 faroln, Mr. Ityufiaa anaw rod aa feiirwa:? lb* nait viaatlm orvt>oapd?d to -no by Mr. Uaanto la, *n ti? pr |.l? 4 % tMl 't/.rjr, In any lawful way, anient Iha tabm of Um> PnMad fataa, ri ?<*? tatay fr?o ifcair liaaiM rtor to tba forma a a uf a Ma m ituU ml i .orwar am 'hatimlfy. aa Mr UnrMii haa baard ma anraar a hundred inira Ir iit. av?ry mp in Illlti>la. tha% in my opinion, tka aopta of a Trrtttnrr -an, b, lawf) mrana, at :lud? aiarary rim tboir iim la prt r to tha nn aooo of a mat* -loatttuJon. Ir I4n oln hr*? lhat I ha<l ananarrd Jwt n a? m no and varagmtn lla hoard ma araw .ha Wabraaka >-tt) oa hat rta< ipla all orar iha atam r laM, In ih&6 and la laid, and ha a? r? n?-M?a for pratoi lia?- hj ba tn lo ibi aa to my c wtloti n thai qucaUon. Altar tb" I Tad Boott daclr1 on bad boon prTBo incad acd ub'uh?d,Mr lYmgla* tutca bia pna.tioo tbua ? It matiara not what way tba P iprama Court may haraa/tar rcIda aa to tba ahatrart q'joaUm, wbatkar aiarary may or may t go Into a Tarrhory at. tar iha r aa u'lm, tha proplr nav# fia towf'il maaaa to 'atmdu'-o or OVl'ida It aa tboy plaaar, fw rat alavrry oantiot nl?i a day or an boor anywhere inlaaa It i anppf.rtad hy 1 ?-al p i.we rar laiou 1 hoan pottra rayr. . <*n only ho eatahllahod hy ih* : wal lefMattwe, and if w panplo ara opp>amd to alavrry. thev wtll ttari r?pr?aaala vva tnthat body win wtll, by unirtanily lotmlaUon at rtcal r prnant tho In trod nod at or It Into thrtr mtdah If, on tha tiirnry, ihay ar* for It ihotr l??iaiaiioi) arlj favor tta ?wn >.? Hrncr. ao nmiter what tha da-*atoa of tba Oupramn i urt mav ba on that abatrar- awMMam, ami iba rgkl of iha ~<pla to mahe a alavr T>rrti wy of a fraa Tarrtlar^ laj>erf??l wm? w) mi- \-r <n thai poWL If it bo tnio, that tbo Territorial I o* lo oter a, by an rt, e?rnjd? tha r,\,t?n it a ftnatborti vt*to, tr th hi* bra proporty, trm all anjoymaot* of, tod partxlpv <>n la the romtn n VefT'.torbJ pr-p-rty of all Um 8Ut??, 11? awwrrod by Mr Ih><i>laa, U>e <v?*tltatloo and the tcWtoaa of tbo ?"jpr*ma Court, and tbe r<fhta of parato ad property tberonratbcptaylh ur ifalorritaral Lag aitorr, to bo pot op and b?*n?to bagivan or tak*n away l piMbura. (Cboon<j For then- d.-rtr>no* lb* fcuibor 1 aio rofb'<*l to a< wt Mr. I*>?alaa aa a candidal*, and Iki, had bo br?-o with and of tb<-n?, woald bar* dooo Lorwiaa. tt?t wbotbo* th- Umlbora "tatoa war* r?*> inth or raprtrioaa la tbolr ralnaal lo aooapt and topper* r. Ihniflaa. thor bad tah?t) tbe'.r aland dahbarataiy af>r matnro oonoidorathm?Ibair avowal waa bafbra iba xiatry and waa wall aadaratood, aad, unlaaa b* had me pro. mpt .va right to tba nominal*)* which Dot c.ncodod, thoy bad a right to a*t him aa'd# i mrrr rawior 01 onoirn without My r<UM wbntirr THww?> ?ut<? h?M om iiuutrxl and iwunty .<v.rul votm. rure fbr Um dtmo-rncy with to candidate, white?wy otbor 3t*u nucept tfcoag i the finite, trer* omintcd agaioat nu or doubtful, an4 m. manager* of tb? minority and doubtful '.uum, by tr tic ard combination*, nought through tho lurMgrly ro'rurtod anaion* of th# Conventions bold at CbartggUio ml Halt imnro, to fore* tbia one 'M<;dtW apoe lb? South rn Htatra, and in lli in pertinent aid insula aflhrt, Ira I irmmbcred and thee adjournal tho Cm vent on it hnrteutnn, and finally dlvidud and brake t up at ?t'U lorr. ft wm of all other* m owadica whun aJl utoru j? ivtduaJ prrfrrnnrrw ibouH have burn rnfgotten and tnfiiumwif Off JCtrBTB TMm.)

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