Sept. 19, 1856 Democratic Nominations. David Peck possibly a congressman.

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Sept. 19, 1856 Democratic Nominations. David Peck possibly a congressman. - National Democratic Nominations. FOB PBESLDENT,...
National Democratic Nominations. FOB PBESLDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, Or PENNSYLVANIA. FOB VICE PBESLDENT. JOHN C. BRECKINEIDGB, OF XXNTC0KT. State Nominations. FOR GOVERNOR, AMASA J. PARKER, : 1ASBAHT COUNTT. POR IJOTTENANT GOVERNOR, JOHN VANDERBILT, Or KINGS 00CKTT. TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN L. RUSSELL, 01 ST. LAWEENOB 00TOTT. TOR STATE PRISON INSPECTOR, MATTHEW T. BRENNAN. OT NSW TORK COUNT!. FOR CLtRC OF THE COURT OF APP1AI4 HORATIO G. WARNER, OF KONBOB COUNTY. Electoral Ticket. JOB LEOTOB8 AT LAEOB, ADDISON GARDINER, DAVID L. SETMO US. DISTRICT ELECTORS, JOHN W. LAWRENCE, J. SULLIVAN THORNB, JOSIAH W. BROWNE, DANIEL D. CAMPBBCJ, JOHN EDGERTON, JOHN STRIKER, MERLIN JACKSON, SIDNEY T. FAIRCHDLa. ALBURN FOSTER, JAMES P. HASKIN, MICHAEL S. MYERS, GEORGE M. HORTOW, NICH0L HALSEV, REUBEN P. WISNER, CHARLES H. CLARK. MILES P. LAMPSON? CHARLES LEE, ISAAC V. VANDERPOtt, MICHAEL TOOSCET, WILLIAU M. TWEED, JAMES C. WILLETT, WILLIAM D. KENNEDY, KDWARD COOPER, BENJAMIN BRANDRETH, ISRAEL P. TREMA1N, DAVID W. WOOLSET, RUFUS REED, GEORGE R. DAVIS, JOSIAH B. PLUMB, JOHN W1LLARD, WINSLOW C. WATSON, ELEAZER HARMON. FREDERICK LANSING. FOR CONGRH3S, 2D DISTRICT, GEORGE TAYLOR. FOR MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY, 1st Distriet - JOHN HANFOBD. 2d " THOMAS MULLIGAN. 8d " JOHN H. FUNK. coujrnr nomiivatiows. TOR DIBTBICT ATTORN1T, JOHN G. SCHUMAKEB. TOR COUJITT TREASURER, JAMES M. SEABUBT. POS. SUTIRTNTKfDBNTS OT TR MOR, JOHN A. SAAL, CHARLES W. CHTJECH. TOR CORONER, ISAAC K. SNELL. TOR JUSTICB OT SESSIONS, JOHN A. EMMONS. Political. The Fremonters held a meeting at Albany on Tuesday evening; but the affair proved almost a failure, on account of continued interruptions from a party of rowdies, who shouted for Fillmore, groaned for Fremont, and otherwise disj turbed the meeting. The same evening, an enthusiastic meeting of the Democracy was held at Buffalo, which was addressed by Hon. Amasa J. Parker, Hon. David L. Seymour, and Hon. James Wadsworth. At Borne and Little Falls, Democratic meetings were held on Monday. Hon. G. C. Sherman spoke at "Watertown on Saturday. - On Friday night, "W. H. Ludlow, late Speaker of the Assembly, addressed a meeting of the Democracy at Orient, east end of Long Island. Mr. Ludlow is doing great service for Buchanan in that quarter. The Court House in Warsaw was filled to over flowing with Democrats, on Friday night. Hon. John B. Skinner, and Mr. Colgrove, of Buffalo, addressed them. One of the largest meetings ever held in Northern Ohio, was that of the Democracy at Bucy - rus, on Saturday last. Fifteen thousand people are said to have been present. A procession, one mile in length, was formed, composed of carriages, horsemen, and citisens on foot. Among the numerous vehicles were six wagons, each containing thirty - one ladies, each lady bearing a flag with the name of a State inscribed thereon. The assembly was addressed from three different stands, by distinguished speakers. At another Democratic meeting, held at Gi lead, Ohio, it was estimated that from twenty to twenty - five thousand personsw ere present. Five different stands for speakers were occupied during the entire afternoon. Gen. Sam Houston, Col. Acorn and others, spoke at Memphis, Tenn., on Monday, to the "Americans" of that city. A torch - light pro cession was improvised for the occasion after the speaking. The same evening the Democracy were adressed by Hon. John V. Wright and others. A Democratic paper called the Texas Irddligm - etr, is about being started at Austin, Texas. The Cleveland Plaindeder says: "We have just seen a veteran Democrat, a soldier of the revolution, Paul S. Ridgway, of Harrison county. He votes for Buchanan, has seven sons, eight sons - in - law, and twenty - four grand - sons, aU of whom, except one grand - son, (who votes for Fillmore) vote for Buck and Breck." Senator Isaac Toucey, it is said, wiU take the stump in Connecticut this week for Buchanan, of course. Mr. Underwood, the expelled from Virginia, addressed a Eepublican meeting at Norwich, Ct., on Thursday last. Hon. Henry How, who has been printed in the Eepublican papers as being for Fremont, acted as Vice - President of the great Buchanan and Breckinridge meeting in Philadelphia, on the 17th inst. Twenty - five thousand Democrats assembled at Tiffin, Ohio, on the 10th to listen to speech from Senator Pugh and others. It was said to have been one of the largest and most enthusiastio meetings ever held in the State. The Democratic mass meeting at Hornellsvillel Pa., on the anniversary of Perry's victory, was the greatest political demonstration that has been made during the present contest, in the "Southern tier." Fifteen thousand persons are said to have been present. Speeches were made from two different stands, by Hon. Messrs. Van Buren, Dickinson, and Cook, and Mr. H. Bemis. Both the Americans and Bepublicans held mass meetings at PlattBbursrh on the 11th mat. The number present at both meetings was estimated at 10,000. Erastus Brooks, and Mr. Por - rin, of Tennessee, were thebriehter luminaries at the Fillmore stand. The Bepublicans were disappointed in their speakers not a man who was advertised to speak being present. An enthusiastic meetine of the Democracv was held in Columbia, Pa., on Thursday week. W. F. Sherrod of Indiana was the principal speaker. On Saturday there were tremendous gatherings at Philadelphia, Parkesburg and Darby, Delaware county. Twenty thousand persons are said to have been present at the ParkesburR meeting. Hon. Chas. Brown, Forney, Cadwalader, Eandall, Marshall. Florence, ana w right, were anions: those who spoke at the several meetings. Senator Isaac Toucey addressed! a large meet ing of the Democracy at New Haven on Wednesday evening. He was followed by Hon. Colin M. Ingersoll and David J. Peck, Esq. After the meetine, he was escorted by the New Haven brass band to the Tontine, where a large compa ny 01 lames ana gentlemen awaitea mm. On of the best Democratic meetings ever held in Waterbury, Ct., took place on Monday lait. . Addresses were made by W. D, Bishop and F,W, Fish, Esq.

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