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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 29 June 1840

c S^FRAN'CIS , '!& CO'.]. VOL. 1. ^ “Republics are not always ttHjH&itcful.” | SPRINGFIELD,ILLINOIS, JUNE^9 1840. | The Procession-The OlfFSoHieiis!'. Among the thousand pleasurable sensa- tions created the contemplation of this vast assemblage of freemen, which, in line, extended''6ver fmles, and' in '’column' covered acres, none arousedt ahd thrilled, and melted the patriot >beart, tike the meeting and greeting of the"“OfcD 'SdtWKBs.'” - There 1 ; etery battle-field,Trpm NewOrlesns back to /the scenes of jtbe Revolution, aijd over which the iriffiigiSlitfdn expands, %nd ; kindles, atod burns, ns over a spot consecrated byuthe out’pouring of blood, to the ‘'(Senjus of Liber- ty,” hhS 3 'its‘*immediate representatiy There,—asserriUM'id 1 'One snMall hot joyous groupf-r*wpffcthfkaa#nQ£jies that, behold-the “red eoata n fall, at New-Orlsans; like, grass I beforethe 1 scythe; the’, same ears, that listI ened to the in<1 inns’ fearful&am...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 29 June 1840

THE OLD SOLDIER. f SPRINGFIELD, (ILL.,) JUNE, 82,1840, FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECT< B. S. Mobris, of Cook County ; S. D. Marshall, of Gallatin ; • E. B. Webb, of White; C. Walker, of McDonough; A. Lincoln, of Sangamon. A. G. HENRY, ci P the Harrison State Gee, if T y ■- y. Chairman of the H tral Committee. JOHN TODD, Chairman of the Committee of Corr of Soldiers who served under Gen. Harrison. To the People of Illinois. Ever since tne nomination of Gen. Harrison by the Harrisbugh Convention, we have witnessed a constant and malignant effort by the Van Btiren leaders, not only to deprive him of his well earned fame as a soldier and a civilian, but to fasten on him,the charge of being an abolitionist—an accusation equalb, odious and untrue. ,)Ve peed not be surn edat these efforts they have made:;; because it is easier to attack than to defend; and secondly, because they, cannot defend at all. There was a time in this State, when the policy (pf Mr. ypp Buren was advocated by his...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 29 June 1840

joHNGAi^Di^rApril 4,1818.—Approved, ' JAMES STONROE.’ Hdanitbe possible, with this array of evi- any man can be (en. Harrison with ie possit dence before him, that found, who willeht -oigBpdice br imJeci i genenal? The Cumberland Road. The following votes upon the Cumberland Hoad, found upon the Journals of Congress, and the failure of the Secretary of the Treasury to make any estimate in his report of last winter for its prosecution, prove, conclusively that Mr. Van Buben is opposed to Western interests. MR. VAN BUREN'S VOTES ON THE CUMBERLAND R0AJ). “d d MXn“nra D o ^ r - 0 * b :7 e ‘•The yeas end nays being ordered it was deciCumberland Road Bill) was reported to the Senate. On the question, “Shall this bill pass to a third reading?” on motion of Mr. Chandler the “On motion of Mr. Smith, the Senate resumed, as in committee of the whole, the hill entitled ‘An act making apprppriation for. the military service nays 21—Mr. VAN BUREN voting to strike out the appropriation for the Cnt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 29 June 1840

■ i "W" ■V Ivv pyM we , %'-.'cUd« they »ppf«< aerejieYer before yyja ei loiate- -his -services-^ffe] before w loftier shout home ujggh the bjflti of ucsyen. And what a moment was this hero himself? On either sid|«P'Mml s«fhi8jaidji Whdy twehty-eoyen yc^rf n^' Vaiie. with hji^^S this very field^'TJEiey^ere witnefteS to ; his''val|r then ;&theyrW.cre 'horeStggiyeftheij; teStimintj^Je- fore the tnhrSal'of-'t^odRie-nbw ? sat Colon<ai»'Q^:ki«>»^W To« pf Kehtuc^.}4e; I hindandifooRdiiim °t | when a^'Odn. '‘Wa1««^^™peea^yW%n 'GovernfiBlei id around WOen. •■WayB4^PPP^2S^ Wl 5 pn >? df-ffie North-Wesfem .Terg^ry; [WW i and the Thamv. wham dfeeniSuiprirr ort MpiM and the Thamep'^^JBt hie^of'tile'ffOTtlfWM^^arm^ .ie North We'sbwn* rl 1 “jElerevtoo^ h>>!djn^JM#^%H five years,^waa^is eiiapl^^w^d ts. -|Dpoi this 5 ^ocaB^h^i&.«|?n|Elie tilling op*4 r-asiM. q{aM he felt tfdgf»«irf pr#er tothe E ^hVMk|^- ? rte^...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 15 July 1840

iwfc'- SPRINGRELD, ILLINOIS, JULY 15, 1840. THE STANDING AR! 'SfLe copy from the Abingdon Yirginiaii nddress of Major Campbell to the People of W**h- i ngtoii dotinty, in exposure of 1 sdtiemc for re-orgsnixing the •scry read pc’s most serious Campbell's views. Reed the address, and] late it kmong your neighbors. Let the P the hideous, features of this great pfojec establishment of a military despotism ini ^ The administration press have refused torpnojis^ the official Report, which proposes to impose a oapitnrim. tav of at least twenty millions of dollars People’se'e ect for' thd the land, publish ventyi lople, and to Subject thdm tponerousmil-, ,.B the igprctroperative On the Whigs to sparg to | spread the tratt thrqughorftrt'he ' itaryidufies, andbei failing to perfomi ieavy fines and imprisonment for them. On this account. j sprei — - whole people see and understand idininistration,and the national' no exertions, land. "Let the the project of t deliverance will be speedily achie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 15 July 1840

i I of the «Cli deaf to tl® merit—so unmindful v country—so utterly } history, in all past time, ■ ' j, the seeds of Do^wtito iw-citizens, need as¥ : - you, Jlf you are in favor of call.'it'iKhat i e i; -nny one 01 this scheme, scheme, t Follow-citizens, ne m., if you are in iFif what y ou please 1 WiltL Y<w SAY YOU ARE OPPOSED TO THE SCHEME, BUT IN FAVOR" OF THE MAN, WHOTUDETERM1NED, IF RE-ELECTED, TO FASTEN IT UPON THE COUNTRY 1 HAS j|ARTY SPIRIT GOT TO THAT PQ1NT /IN THIS COUNTRY THAT WE HA i/S/ TATES IF IT HE ^ / . DESTRUCTION'? [ THIS COUNTRY THAT WE HAVE: DETERMINED 'TO 'OBEY ITS DIC- LEADS TO OUR OWN DESTRlSi Is the mart, who proposes 1 shch a scheme . as this the Arherican People, fit to-be f President’?''HeS'he net'served hi longj yt nought' I appeal toyoft ns patriots, as men y wholove your coifntry,'ishotfohryearilong .<•" enough for any man tO'be Intrusted with the ^ immense power which the Presid'erit" pos-' sessest with the Immense patronage, and'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 15 July 1840

OLD SOLDIER I would appeal Jacksonian De so long acted in good Mr. Van Buren did nl wings of Gen. Jacks. would nik them also, if they did time to the origii with whom I ha aitli, to say whet! ride into office on the i-Bur< My out the great Gen. Jackson’s hi prof deraporatic | fackson’s first administn I did. ic principles of istration? 1 am Important .Letter from Gov. Kiiuiey. Mount Pl*a»swt, 111. July 10, 1840. Chairman of the Whig 3oar SirYour letter of th« i you have done mo the hone to me, on the part of the Cent 6th ultii ad- dress to mo,on t^e part pi ine central Coibmittee, has this moment come to hand, and 1 regrot that I am so indisposed, (having been confined to my room for three weeks with r fever,) that answer free to acknowledge that In the second place, you ask me if the Republican party with which 1 acted in 1812 and ’ 13,constitutes any portion of that party which supported Mr. Clinton in opposition to Mr. Madison t In answer, I say» it did; I not, The old...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 15 July 1840

THE OLD SOLBIERr^ NbWi^ATiONS. ;' gen. wm! r h. id harr ISON, qfPHIP- for vice PRESIDENT.! GOV. JOHN TYLER, OF VWIG1N1A-. [OENTIA4. ELECTORS of Cook County f . fqr pbes^dei B. §. MoRKisi or Cook 1 , T ., u S. 1 D. MAKSHALt, (ilT'Gallfttin ;" 1. MoBiiisi of! E.B. Webb,of*White; C. W Alike, : of McDonough i ,ofSangi A. Lincoln, of Sangamon. SEN. HARRISONS SPEECH, At Columbns. Jicitude of the-peiople-, just before he wae to leaye, he wentoa to the flBlforiiP^irt front ef the Hotel, ?.nhour,—ateief deL HARRISOTfaaid he was greatly indebted to his fellow-citizens of Columbus and Franklin county. Thd most J ddtdiD(l hospitalities had at , airtimSS been accorded to him by them. Sp‘long ago as tlie time when he wj»s honored iWith th 0 wmmand ofithe “Npfth-Western Atiny;” and held his HeadQuartcrs at Franklintoii,-oil the Other Sid*' of. the river, it was his fortune to find in the i of Fra unvarying kindness to him had -laid hint Under many previous obligations, and their gents attentions o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 28 July 1840

Publishers of t4ie Old Soldier are always prepared to print Electt n Tickets^raid do all other descriptions of Printing, at shoj lII in S. FRANCIS & CO.] Republics ore not always ungrateful.” [PUBLISHERS. ^ —— — — 11 —"~g~ VOL. L. SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, JULY 28, 1840. NO. 13. Sketches of the Life of MR. VAN BIT. KIN. MARTIN VAN Bl'REN OPPOSED TO THE WEST. On the 5th Ap.il, 1828, in the Senate of the United States, a bill for the graduation of the price of public lands, and for donation to actual settlers, being under consideration, Mr. Tazewell moved the following amendment to the bill : ‘‘That all lands which have been subject to sale under the provisions of this act, and shall remain unsold for two ya\ s, after having been offered at cents an acre, the same is ceded to the States in which the same may lie, to be applied by the Legislature thereof in-support of education and the internal improvement of the State.” Martin Van fteren voted AGAINST the •amendment, and Wm. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 28 July 1840

giMmaKaiPei^ailtaAM^^ mmw air-tg.wj!g-.wr uyxjsm OLD SOLDIER. Springfield, 111., July 28, 1,840. Slnrrisonian Principles, ONE PRESIDENTIAL TERM. Executive Power and Patronage confifled within the limits prescribed by the Constitution. Economy in Public Expenditures, lligid accountability of Public Officers. The will of the People, expressed through their Constitutional Representatives, to be the Imw of the land. The Patronage of thp General Government NOT to be brought into condict with the freedom of Elections. The General Government to abstain from interfering in the domestic affairs of the States.. : o Conscription Law, or Standing Armies in time of Peace. The same Currency for the Office-Holders and for the People. The encouragement of Productive Industry, and the securing of FAIR WAGES to the Laborer by the prudent use of a sys« tern of credit, and the restoring of confidence between man and man. u Thr},cry of the nation is for change. Through alj t be channels of intelligence ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 28 July 1840

I !A!!! jy The St. Louis New.Era of Monday morning, contains the following most gratifying intellig»nce :— If wo had misgivings about 'the result of the election in Louisiana—owing to accidontal causes, which at tho same tune, w© knew could not bo brought to operate at tbo November election—they are completely re--lievod by the intelligence received yesterday per the Chester. THE STATE OF LOUSIAN A IS AS CERTAIN FOR HARRISON* AS ANY OTHER STATE IN THE UN ION ! The largest majority ever given to any ticket in Now Orleans, has been givf 0l - the Whig ticket at this election , and .j it is morally certain that it will bo increased in November. Wo congratulate the country upon this auspicious result. We hail it as the commencement of a Series of victories, to take (dace next month, which will demonstrate the impossibility of the re-elec-tion of Mr. Van Burenin November. To the Whigs of Illinois, it offers new incentives of exertion. i No man should be idle—no man should fail to vote, or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 28 July 1840

THE OLD SOLDIER. From the Baltimore Republican, a leading Van Buren paper. “Give Gen. Harrison a pension of p a couple thousand a year, and a plenty of hard cider, and he will remain in his log cabin contented.” “Free negroes are the only occupants of Log Cabins.” , Gen. Harrison, when parting from a regiment of his Soldiers, just after the Indian war, said to them:: “Gentlemen—If ever you come to Vincennes, you will always find a plate and a knife and fork at my table, and J assure you that you will never find my ioor shut and the string of the latch pulled in.” NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, <5EN. WM. H. HARRISON. OF OHIO. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GOV. JOHN TYLER, OF VIRGINIA. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS B. S. Morris, of Cook County ; S. D. Marshall, of Gallatin ; E. B. Webb, of White; C. Walker, of McDonough ; A. Lincoln, of Sangamon. “One Presidential Term —the integrity of the Public Servants—the safety of the Public money—and the general good of the People.” ( ^ ov -...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 13 August 1840

The’free and the brave have their eyes on a friend, A farmer he is, who resides at North Bend; And the foremost in battle, when wanted, was ' found. But, like the brave Roman, now tilling the ground, Sm&zz iir choice. hi \nd miich I was pleased, when the Whigs did Just to'furnish- Old Tip a committee of threei * But the Vannies are troubled and ready to weep. Because the old/nan has a conscience io keep. Gee.w.o, &c. But this I’ll inform them, from how till next spring, , ■ y/ ■ . ‘..y ■ That Matty will neyer want any such thing; -, f >n and Adams contcst : by the fact of Mr. Adams r again they can’t serve in^the Bflt Amos and Matty, it’» said very aooa. Whew Van mav“^yh^aj^ti<^ robe, And King'it first rate in that Extra Globe. ■ Gee wp,;&c. Now of this Magician} some people:have Sard, That lie'waS a friend lb th?Darky bockader- ‘ And JVlggtri lb’ vert he‘Would gi+e/brniVtlieir . If able ahdjjyilling. to.poy up Oiar priei. [c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 13 August 1840

old soldier: Springfield, 111.,.August 13,1840. I NATIONAL NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. WM. H. HARRISON, B. S. Morris, of Cook County ; S. D. Marsha*!., of Gallatin j E. B. Webd, of White C. ' Walker-, of McDon A. Lincoln, of Sauj lough; non. aiigaim How stands the case ? Sibta'Sfrting, elections Hve taken Mace in^ the following States—Rhonte'.TSland, Connecticut, Virginia, Louisiana, Indiana and JUinoie (from Which we have returns).. All these States except Indiana wentfer Mr. Van Boren In 1836, and that State went for him last sumpier. .Now'but a Solitary State in the list is riends. : Gain .for Htrtison-— limed by bis Men : States, and 40 is to those of the Stai -ledge willeupporf Sarrison, ectcd President by a large nil Statee to be elect , anilj tajontj e will THE ELECTION IN ILLINOIS. JC3*We have no disposition to conceal the fact.l (hat the election in this State, so far as the Legis-1 iature i'a concerned, has gone contrary io :t onr wishes and expectattdn8. We believe t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 13 August 1840

People llowing. MR. TALLMAD6E2S SPEECH Mr. Tnllmadge, in company with Mr. Wise, Visited Poughkeepae, New York, on the 4th inst. On their return- to-Washington; both of th< tinmen addressed a largo 1 Elizabethtown,.New. Jersey.. The foil Mr Taftihadge’s address on tnaeoccasion:— Mr. T^UJisnex-being loudly celled for, came to thc-front of the stage, and said he-appeared there under circumstances of some ombarrassmem, for liis purpose was rather to be the introdiicer-of dis - tinguished gentlemen who he had | present, than buns Bat unavoidable ci the attendance of become thoroughly acquainted with it as the peo- ple there are with him. You are told that this is a dcmocr.itic Administration—that it has at heart the interests of the poor man, and yet whet do we hear from its chief supporters? Reduction of wages! this is the great doctrine now of the party. The Senator from Pennsylvania appeals to it as the groat panacea of I all onr sufferings, and expresses the wish that the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 13 August 1840

mM 1 COlc JOHNSON and GEN. HARRISON. The following statement of a speech, de-' livored by Col. Johnson, at Covington,! published by the editor of the Ilarri^pnjan. The speech lias been got the rounds of the press, and met with no contradiction or denial, and, in several in-1 loyingtoniKy., is ie Columbus (0.) 1 going by other the occasion of stances has been vouched men, who were present o its delivery : Richabd M. Johnson.—The promo President R. M. Jphnsdh, is i at Vice n with PremMlfPPI whom we have some acquaintance. Some of our Harrison editors have said a few hi -things about Colt Richard M. Johns 1 ijy hard mra in. aonuIRi, with* in itnoiving they were npintentionaUy slandering one of the bravest soldiers of the last war, and one of the firmest friends that ever General Harrison had the' thooor of posesV. We know thorn both intimately, and ^Hy there sing. We know them both we speak by authority when we say the] I is nothing but the most kindly feelings ei tertdihed in the brea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 24 August 1840

' S. PKANC1S & CO.] VOL. Ti Republics are not always ungrateful.” SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 24* 184o7 On ike Civil and Diplotn House of RErBE3*KTjiTl»KS, for the civil and di-|| srttment for the year* | 1840, Mr. Ogle, of Pennsylvania, moved to amend | | the bill by etriktng out the following clanse: "For alterations and repairs of theTPresident’s housie and I fiirniture,for purchasing trees; shrubs, and compost I I and for superintendence of the grotrnds, three thou- I sand six hundred arid sixty-live dollars. I Mr. Ogle said: Mr. Chairman, I consider this'a I I very important* item fa the bi-1 l~not as to the I amount, but as to the principles involved in it. 1 I doubt much the policy of this Government in gran- I j ting the Chief Magistrate emotumonts or revenues I of any kind, over and above the fixed salaries paid I I to that officer out of the Treasury of the ' United I 1 States. Although most of our former Presidents I I were in the enjoymentof some of these a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 24 August 1840

wmm V iutendcncc of the p-ounda, ■ For completing the special repairs heretofore proposeij in the President's house, including a deficient.y ju a former appro- $88,722 58 Here wo have, sir, the enormous amount of eighty-eight thousand seven hundred and. twen-ty-two dollars and fifty eight cents, sqandered by these. glorioiM retrenching reformers, in erecting stables,-building dwarf walls and coping, constructing fountains, paving footways, planting, transplanting, pruning, and dressing Horse ches•nutsi.lindens, Norway spruce, and balm of (Jllead; . hauling and depositing rich soil for top-dross-ipg flower beds and borders, training and tnigatihg honey-euchles, trumpet creepers, primroses, lady slippers, and dandelions, cultivating aweet- rfinrn\e 0 d!S.Uc^°raHSS* reform has boon put into, aucceaaful' operation.—- sits: SameoCtho improvements, :ed b.y the reformed are of ine ii; trod need,.by the reformed ar truiy novel. Ifoa will,remember t feet the.intentio)! pi Congress, by diggin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 24 August 1840

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 24 August 1840

■ f I' '■ "ifi and Sa X ony ? What will the American wool grower say to his plan? How will the American weaver relish that? To correct and to punish this outrage against American skill and American industry, I rely with full confidence on the friends and patrons of American manufactuies and mechanics. With your permission, Mr. Chairman, I will a* gain conduct you to the first story of the palace, where we shall enter the great “Court Banqueting Roorii,” in which ! can promise you a sight that will be “good for sore eyes.” It is a genuine ionabU dishea, “hog and hominy,” “fried meat and gravy,” “sennits, knep and sourcront,” with a mug of “hard cider.” No, sir, no. All these substantial preparations are looked upon by gourtnonds, wench cooks, and loco fo'co ■ Presi- and” rinTem”” BuT true orthodox, democratic viands, with whicl genuine loco foco furnishes his dinner table, c< rorsand garlands,and gaudy artificial flowers: Ij ihg the apostolic days, the saints were comma,. ...

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