J.D. Stevenson Matter
Tna two papera which follow are signed by every member of tbe Grand Jury, which finished its invee - tigatioae on Ssturdsy. They are favorable in lha highest decree to Mr. Stevenson, and particularly to hia character for honour and veracity. Ten of the seventeen persons of whom tha Grand Jury waa composed were whig. How this Grand Jury, after having so thoronghly investigated lbs character of Mr. Stevenson, and after after beiag so fully convinced of his unimpeachable veracity, should bsva refused to bring in a bill against Glcatwonh on his statement, supported by Glen t wort's ob confession, can be explained upon no other principle than a desire to screen their political political fiicnds from sxposure snd punishment. Naw Yoaa, 6th Jan. 1341. Tha undersigned eitix - ns and residents of the city of New York, having heard various slanderous reports reports derogatory to the character of Jonathan D. Sujveneon, of lha said cily, fur truth and morality, have fully and fairly investigated the ssme, and have found tbam without any foundation in truth - We are, tbetefore, induced from a aenss of justice to Mr. Stevenson, to cenify that hia chvaeter for truth and morality waa fully proved by many of our moat rea - pectibU citiaena, who have known him from hia arly ago, and they lake pleasure in ataung tbat tbe whole reiullof the inveatigation waa honorable to bis integrity aa a man, and hia moral deportment as a ci men i ' . . J. V.D. WyckcfT, Robert R. Willis, Thomas Huut, Gerardua Boyce, Robert B. Boyd, Pnilip Pieicb, R.BueLan, Revo C. Hance, J. A. Lawrence, JobnC. Delprat, Robert Stead, John Dodge, A. C. Burr, Ass Lewis. Naw Yoaa, 5th Jan'y, 1841. Mr. J. D. Stevenson, Dear Sir, Agreeable to your request, I take pleasure in sisting thst on a recent investigation I became satisfied that Ibe awry in circulation respecting respecting jour domestic immorality is totally untrue. ' Yours raapecifully, SILVANTJS J. WARD. t I concur in the above. WM. C. BIRD. I fully concur in tha above. RICHD. TEN KTCK.