veto of bank bill
The President's Veto to the Bank bill will be found upon the first and last pages of this Morning's Post. The great favor with which this second Declaration of Independence Independence has been received by the people, those who depend upon their own energies for their maintenance, is incontrovertible proof that it is founded upon those great principles of equality which are the main pillars of a Republican Republican government. The President has proved himself, in this important state paper, the friend of the people ; he has refused to sacrifice the interests of the merchant, mechanic, mechanic, and farmer, for the benefit of the monied monopolist, and for this he will receive the support and gratitude of the one, and the unrelenting opposition of the other—but this opposition he regards not—he goes for his. country and his country will go for him.