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The Civil Services of William Henry Harrison With Extracts From His Addresses

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The Civil Services of William Henry Harrison With Extracts From His Addresses
C Sherman
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Even an unintentional error should be sanctified to her service. It will teach posterity that the government which could disapprove the conduct of a Marcellus, will have the fortitude to crush the vices of a Marius, ' "These sentiments, sir, lead to results in which all must unite. General Jackson will stiil live in the hearts of his fellow-citizens, and the constitution of your country will be immortal. " In 1816, a resolution was introduced in the Senate of the United Stales, voting gold meda...ls and the thanks of Congress to General Harrison and Governor Shelby. Owing to the opposition of personal ene- mies, and to certain charges, which as we have before said, were triumphantly refuted, an unsuccessful effort was made to strike out General Harrison's name. On hearing of this attempt. Governor Shelby, immedi- ately wrote to his old commander as fol- lows : " Don't let the conduct of the Senate disturb your mind. I hope their resolution has been laid over as to both of us. 'I'he moment I heard of the course it was like to take, I wrote instantly to Mr.

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