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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 10 September 1840

a S. FRANCIS & CO.] u Republics are not always ungrateful.” [PUBLISHERS. VOL. 1. SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 10, 1840. NO. 16. Gen. Harrison’s Speech AT GREENVILLE, OHIO. On the 2Sth ult. there was a meeting of some 12,000 people at Greenville, Ohio. Gen. Harrison was present oy invitation. After having been introduced to the People by Mr. Bell, he made the following remarks:--Friends and Fellow Citizens—It is with no slight emotion that I undertake to address you on this occasion. Nor am I littio embarrassed for words wherewith to express my deep sense of your kindness toward me, manifested in the friendliness and magnanimity of your greeting. 1 must receive a different nature—become something more or less than what I am—than what any man, while living can be, before I can cease to remember and appreciate the too favorable regard and the kind demonstration of respect for me, of my fellow citizens here present. My heart yields up to you the homage of its deepest gra...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 10 September 1840

MR. vm SUREN'S STANDING ARMY. OFFICIAL PAPER. ORGANIZATION OF THE MILITIA-. Letter from the Secretary of War, transmitting a a System of re-organization of the militiaof the Uni tori States. HOUSE OF REP RESETS I ATIVES, MARCH 20, 1 840. Re-ferred to the Committee on th-e Militia. War Department, March 20,1840. Sin : In compliance with the resolution of the House of Representatives of th*e9th instant, “that the Secretary of War be requested to communicate his plan, and detail, lor the organizationof the militia of the United States,” I have the honor to submit the following details of the proposed sys- tem : It should he provided— 1st. Tluxt eacli ami every free able bodied white male citizen of the respective States, resident therein, who L or be of the age of ferity and glider five years, (with^ irvc^plions hereinafter stat^dy-} shall severally and respectively be enrolled in the militia by the captain or commanding officer of the company within whose bounds such citizen shall' re...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 10 September 1840

to the service of the United States shall be deemed always to have travelled by the most usual or expeditious routes. 26th. That when any officer, non-commis-sioned officer, artificer, musician, or private the militia or of volunteers, who shall die in the service of the United States, or when returning to his place of residence after being mustered out of service, or at any time thereafter in Consequence of wounds received in service^ and shall leave a widow, or, if no widow, a child or children under sixteen years of age, such widow, or, if no widow, such child or children, shall be entitled to receive half the monthly pay to which the deceased was entitled at the time of his death, or at the time of his being mustered out of service, for and during the term of five years; and in case of the death or intermarriage of such widow before the expiration of 5 years, the half-pay for the remainder of the time shall go to the child or children of such decedent ; provided that the Secreta...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 10 September 1840

\f I \ \ OLD SOLDIER. Springfield, Ill.September 10,1840. " National nominations.”" rmlera, who would fasten this monstrous system of cruelty and despotism upon the necks of the People 1 ? And yet these petty despots have the shameless impudence to express themselves the exclusive friends of the poor man, and to revile their opponents as his worst enemies! O Liberty! what crimes have been committed in thy name! FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. 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. Where does Mr. Van Buren go to find arguments for the Sub-Treasury. In Mr. Van Kuren’s Message to Congress, dated on th«f2dof December last, he says: “I am enabled to state, that in twenty two out ofj twenty seven foreign governments,from which undoubted information has been obtained, the public moneys are kept in charge of...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 23 September 1840

S. FRANCIS CO.] 1,1 Republics are not always ungrateful.” SPRINGFIELD ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER^sTia^r [PUBLISHERS. ‘-\VH3CH ] GUAnANTY THEIR SAFETY AND THBIK • : • ■ | 1 LIBERTIES, CIVIL AND RELIGIOUS; AND TO.-.COM-T!^ King of Ike, frco locoraltereilfrom the King | , Blf|E W|TH A LIBERAL SYSTEM OF FOREIGN ^ | < COMMERCE AN IMPROVEMENT OF TH^ NA* WM *. TURAL ADVANTAGES AND A PROTECTION q/’ the Owhytec.*' Air—^♦AUlbrook.” I’ve trod in the foot steps of^eckson. And blunder’d right often Ws^racks , truckled and bowed to old At And flattered hinrup fora dandy. And was made foriny merit quite The king of the loco focus; But I’d sooner be on the sal t sens. Than in such troubles as these/ O, I wish I’d a cabin U) By to And if you suffered wtat I do. Pm certin you never would try to Be King of the locofocos. yfamaKit Tr put in my place at a lovee, _ ’Few end you would see such a bevy Of flatiering loco feces; They eomethere to kiss my toe. Whichlo all they say or do! O; such ceremony ...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 23 September 1840

li'nctly the following. toi4ci#inpnjr;thu true prin* Kentucky'lotter^wirh so nlaoh ^oy arid coni. oiplee o« genuine yen Bdhr'rdwmocracy^irtz: ' ftfa t u | at ion. Neither the Stat4 nor>t|t<e poo- ' of the whole custom-house ststem. | plicated system, wnicii can or>Iy «b4 made sSSiis” i righ “ “ d “3. That gild and eilter was the only currency The pajr^icular subject, however to which which the General Government had the conetitu- I we took up the pen to ask the attention of uur I tionalpowerto providefortho people of this conn- readers is that part of “the complicated sysrecommended in 1791vaad Madison- approved in | United States now collects, indirectly, in the I ' be did sot attempt to'show 1 why the money should j States. Such a substitution, we maintain, I he more corrupting in -their hands than in the i would bo offensive to the spirit of freedom, a heads of thsOenstd ^"p****-. , violation of usage e6 lOBg. established as to pubHc lands hmong^t...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 23 September 1840

rights, bei for their li whose States it appears bv documents laid be- liberties of the People. ' To collect a revenue , ' fore Congress by the executive, the body of { by excises to the amount; ot less than six hun- r the People are not only deprived of all civil died thousand dollirs. we Wave seen, flFom Mr. lides laboring 104 out of 866 days ftandolph’s report, reqdired the employment of »rde the land proprietors, pay one- more than four bandied officers. In the same P ■e ninduce of.the whole-land’to the -proportion (and on a. just estimats) to collect proprietors, besides tithes to the clefgy-,.and I twenty milltomrof dollars in that form would contribnte-by- poll-taxes and other taxes-to de- require an array of ten or'fifteen-thousand offi- tfrav- riio- oxpense of the State ! This'is an cere, possessed of the power of ubiquity and exemple-whicb, we presume, the greatest ad- tbfe right of'intrusion into every parlor, bedmirer of foreign usages would hardlylicommend [ chamber, ei...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 23 September 1840

OLD SOLDIER. Springfield, Ill.September 23,1840.! NATIONAL NCJiVlINATTQNS. . gen. KThareison,' Iyle’r, for presidential Sectors B. S. Moeeis, of Gook County* j [> .tissswar** C. Walker, of McDonough ; ■ A. Liwoolw, of Sangamon. THE SANGAMO JOURAAL. r This paper wiH.be published ,d«lin®the session of she Legislature twice a week. We have already secuted'tbfe services °f. competent persons bars, Which may include the aomi-weakly paper, af^>e DIRECT TAXATION, &C. We invite the attention of the reader to the article qn ; this subject, ; and .the general policy of the administration, copied into this i paper from the National Intelligencer’.—It Will disclose to him some facfg in regard to that policy—the policy of Mr. Van Buren— which must rouse their attention. Certain it is, that if Mr; Van Buren succeeds .in securing his re-election, wo have every reason To fear, that ail the. strange thepriesrof loco focoism, in regard to banks, to the currency of th...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 12 October 1840

m ^S^FitANClS & OO.] M' vol. i. ut I ■mm I “ Repukltcs am not altruys ungrateful.” SPRINGFIELI)5 ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 12, l'840. ; THK best thing we camTio. i^.The uuicssfc baH and want coring-. They ate gettw'g W.jw.tl all eMutin# • turn «t MartVn Vatt Buren v la M putMt Old 'rippheattee* it’s a business w«-aU can take patl iriy let us give notice to Martin^,, "“‘•■TiMSS.tSBfe— A «Kangein the Administration, ‘ Will .be -for, the good of the. nation; For it’s now in a bad BUuatfon.. fSq.weHl l pw!t in 0ld'Tippecan'eTlic befit’thing.we can do, I in Old TWomriop 1 I know there aro tnaoy who, if conscience and patnotiam liad permitted, would support his successor, and 1 should ill repiy the attention with which.4hey now honor me, hyi j any reviling or denunqkition. Again, t come I to"play no part of bydtpry before yod. If j there have been times and occasions in my I life when I might be supposed ao^ipus to ex. I If my cxperie.r I fairs of govern Is to put in Old Tippei And se...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 12 October 1840

to® grading the free, intdiigent, #e]l-educated and well paid labor of the Unit# States,14® the , level of the almost bnUe,l|W of. EiirAe. ^. Tharena not much ifenger that acbeles .and doctrines, auoh. aa.the^h^ltp'a the people. They: toi owe interest for lAat.L— 'ind have, of c| egree of agrid ..A interest for tltat./. Gentlemen,! farmer qn the sea-shore, and have, of course,! occasion io.snudpyjlQme degree of agricultur-j al labor. I am sometimes also rowed to being liice other JJew jingla'nd men, foil'd ofi caching a dsti, occasiohally.^d findiug Health and recreatipn^' For' tSe^few mdliths dhring which I am permitted ' to' ehjhy 0 tttis retreSj from labor, poblio qr profesSioha'I, I tfo pot odAI trouble niy npigbborsi hpf they ' m'c, Wiri« .^tics,■ It hnnninkd^liaweVerJ^outHj weeks Tremendous Gathering tof the Peo'''I i pi e i 11 Ohio. \ ; ■ ONE iHOslq TlliSlSANp FKEdiSEN'.JSi'cTON^I.!', f. THeF^IAJM l-AU'EX %WBN^xpHr;j vfS CinciSSSl ®ietve ffiutspdw vf w great assemblage at Dey...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
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Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 12 October 1840

ItasssssiHiP of the credit system,, X ean only aay it ia heowwe I am & |deqaa^rat: . (fmmen.s| ghierjng.), ,, Jhe two systems are the ojily means; under Heaven, |by Vhidh a^MMditstnoa9; r ft»ih rhay^beeome a 'rich man-, withoii4 bending the kh#e to collossal wealth.^ :(Ch8d^ing ? ^ i : Bnt v^ith all, this I am not a-Bapkptan. Qnoe Ig. my J|i<^ J we a. agd-ithen .. Fttt^b'efore Ihonclude,there ; are t\vo or three oth^r t0 ^'he X 'viplen t ce of party spirit, a^j of the iate exhibitediia a eeriotU mischief to the political welfare of the * country. Party feeling is necessafj in a certain degree tothe heftlth and •atabiiity of a republic, but when pwhed to t<^i great an 1 erteni, it is detrimental to tty) body poUtlo^itisthe rock up-l on which many "a '/cpiiblic ;Bas- beeij flashb'd topiecVs: Ari olil 'farirtef told mb the other iHty,j that he did not BelieVe one of fhd stories citculatodj ypn,d. the’ daydf jW^ts,,, .Butl am' in faypr of a correct han ...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Old Soldier — 12 October 1840

Ifl^l OLD SOLDIER. Springfield, 111. October 12, 1840. national nominations. gen. wm-"h.'"hZrrison, gS^jISTyler, GOV. JOHN ’ Cyrus Walker, of McDonough ; EowmB. Webb, of White; Samuel D, Marshall, of Giiflatm ; Abeam Lincoln, of Sangamon. To the Readers or the Old Soldier , and more especially to the Harrison men of Illinois. . This number of the “Old Soldier,” closes the period for which it was Originally de. signed to be published. Shbiild any important event transpire, which would render it necessary'tiiat we should again address you before the Election ; we stall- do so through an “Extra-Old Soldier.’' , The present is a most befitting time, on our part, to address you, The solicitfde we feel in the answer to that question--“FOR WHOM WILL ILLINOIS VOTE AT THE COMING ELECTION!”impels usto make to you a most earnest appeal; and in making that appeal, we would so represent the. importance of the coming election, as. to arouse the slumbering energies of our peopTe into action, tad i...

Publication Title: Old Soldier, The
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