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The kind, and polite, attention, you were pleased to Shew me, during my Stay, at the Seat of Government, demands, my most cordial, And Sincere thanks, and will ever Stamp on my mind, the most Heartfelt, Sensations, of Gratitude, and Esteem.— Deeply impressed, as I feel, with those Sentiments, I conceived it A duty, incumbent in me, to make it the first, and principle, object of my enquiries,...
It is with deep concern, at a crisis So important, As the present, where the fate, and prosperity, of Our country, and the Happiness, of Our present administration, So much depends on the Exertions, of every real republican, I behold with pain, in reading Over the list of Senators, to find So many decided Federalists, who are no doubt making use, of every Artifice, in their power, to oppose...
Names of the Senators of Sou. Carolina Those marked R. are Republicans, D. are doubtful, and F. are Federals Jno. Gailliard President, R J Blake R R Marion R R Barnwell F Jno. McPherson F J Blasinghame D C. C. Pinckney F Josh. Calhoun R R Pinckney, F Levy Casey—R J. Postell Senr. F Wm. A Deas—F B Rogers—F Elias Earl—R Arthur Simpkins R Ths. Farrar R OBrian Smith R C Godwin
I profit of the present Occasion, as one of the most Interesting moments of of my life, wherein it affords me, this Early opportunity, in Testifying to you, in the most Sincere manner, my congratulations, on the happy Triumph of republicanism, over the Enymies, to the Peace, and happyness of Our Country, which the event of this Election has but this moment proven, wherein Robert Marion,...