Isaac L Varian nomination for senate fifth ware

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Isaac L Varian nomination for senate fifth ware - FIFTH WARD, TatHr.auous Mxariwo or the...
FIFTH WARD, TatHr.auous Mxariwo or the DxhocbsCV. ftr At a large and enthusiastic meeting of the Demo cratic Republican Elector of the 8th Ward, friendly to re gular nominations, and opposed to the general and State administrations, held on thi e evening of November 1st., at Riley s Hotel, corner oi west Broadway and franklin ats., JAMES B. NICHOLSON, Esq. was called to the Chair, and John E. Chadvne and Janri P. Clover. Jr.. appointed Seeretarie. The call of the previous meeting having ben " - - - - ...... ,VH. H. . Esn after which the regular nominations for Senators and I ilmil ililii mmm ilnli,aii1 Iim lunai B Pkillin Assemblymen were read, and unanimously responded to. Addresses louowed oy iiavid u r icid, fcsn.. Theodore Sedgwick, Esq., and other distinguished speakers. The following gentlemen were appointed a committee to draft resolutions : A. j. nieecaer, air. i-amgan, i-amgan, i-amgan, 1 . A. oecor, a n. nan. ana murray. Resolved, That the Federal party, which a few months since ootained, by fraud and corruption, a temporary ascen- ascen- iiiiv tM ariKiiiu uuKiuiKuicv, ma lies a snapeieaa duik, with scarcely form erough to be reeognizsd ait he last re mains oi a broken down and shamefully defeated faction. Resolved. That the recent uncalled for extraordinary session of Congress, will stand a record upon th pages of our nistory conspicuous tor ineiuu aeveiopemcnt of Whig legislation, as H will stand a rjonument of the last year's f jUy , and warning to after ages that in this country, no party can retain oblic confidence and raptrt,.hefuunds-tion raptrt,.hefuunds-tion raptrt,.hefuunds-tion of which is aot basad upon tho immutable principles of Jefferson ian Democracy. Re solved, That we cordially respond to the nomination ol Isaac L Varian and Elijah F. Purdy, a candidates to the Senate from this Distiiet, baring a full guarantee in -the -the high character and well known principle of those gentlemen gentlemen for the faithful performance of thair duties when e- e- leeted. Resolved, That w heartily approve of the Assembly ticket, composed of the following gentlemen : Solomon Townsend,JohnL. O Sullivan, Paul Grout, William Mc-Murray, Mc-Murray, Mc-Murray, Conrad Swackhamer, Daniel C. Pentz, George Weir.David R. Floyd Jones, August Dsvezae, William B. Maclay, Edward Sanford, George O. Glazier and David D. Field, and will use all honorabl means to secure their election. Resolved, That we view with disgust and abhorrenoe the attempt of UovernoT Seward and others, to excite religious nrvtadtaes against any smtiowof the Democratic ticket, and kst a a oonsuir the conaurt of ail the parties totblshigh- totblshigh- nanaed aztacaon tna ciecxive irancmse as uademociatic and awprtneirded. Rasolved. That it is the duty of all good citizens to dis-cvaatsmanca dis-cvaatsmanca dis-cvaatsmanca thi attempts to unite Church and Stnte,and that we should deplore the ucca of any ticket by sweh dtograof fnl means as the greatest calamity which could be-11 be-11 be-11 the cause of religion and good morals. Resolved, That the Democratic candidate are entitled to tha thanks of reflecting men of all parties for their bold snd manly rejection of (II sectarian id and tr.tUtUitirol infer- infer- srrars in promoting their election. un motion, uesoiveo, i nat tne proceedings of this meeting meeting b published in all the democratic papers. JAMES B. NICHOLSON Chairman. Jobs E. Chadyae, KrM, LewU P. Clover, Jr Sffre"r'fm- Sffre"r'fm-

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  1. The Evening Post,
  2. 02 Nov 1841, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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