4 Examiner 1 (1815)

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The same council of appointment, which never would have declared waq unless they
moved De Witt Clinton, dnd appointed had relied very much upon, Uisx aistaic
hilip Spencer and William I1 Slocum to of Bonaparte I and that they made peae
flee, have also appointed John Rodman because nothing could under presejot e
1i8TAIrCT ATTORNEY, in the place of Barent cumstances be expected from contniong,
rarde cr--aEMovED                    it there is no doubt that ot only -tlepbo.
It is understood that there were three ap- lic at large but their own party woula too
licauts for this ofice Col Hawkw and been better satisfied than they can now poOl
Igden Edwasds formerly quuds or Lewis. sibly be
es, but now furious republicans neverthe  If the admnisttation and its undetlhigsi
ss-dnd this same John Rodman who had been content to call the war, a gloroui
as, but a few years since, a piping hot re- one, for the nafton-instead of atrdgmatlj
e4isL. the great and pouerful conflict claimIng praise for it to themlveis f th
ig clams of these distiguis lied person iges t had been content to call it .rlorous, witl
revented my removal for ti, o months, al out calling it successfid the general senseof
ijF, I flatter myself, 1 was not among the I the public would for once have given theni
as odious of those whom democracy, crcdit for veeity.----
pon its late resusitation found in othce  That the war in itdatter stgsg, , eheami
a fact, tay execution had been so long de- and that the events attending its temfiwa-
tyed that there seemed reason to I eheve tion were glorious is and ought to fe the
might be neglectcd altogether  Such a boast of every 4merican  While It wat
4te of suspense was really afflicting, and the war of the administratidn that is whilet7
am bpund to tender Mr Rodman my it was a war of invasion and conquest, At
ianks for putting an end to it i% hich he waW disastrous and ignotnimoutift almost all
id, ithin five minutes after the steam boat its circumstances  And kveft after it be-
Uched the wharf, by handing me a super came a war of ddfnwe it was diracd(fu,
deas                         appoint'exactly in oroportion  a iits opertlofn
How Mr Rodman procured this apere nder the immediate directofl of the
tent is very little understood But I think cabinet  But to the nation when the nahoit
understand it                        acted free from cabinet controul, drfd unnt-
Col Hwkins had been district attorney acumbered by pre a impot~ner, w thE
the Na Idle Dtitrct before, and was toredbo touch          see etar , Vthtl
Jown to be capable   Mr Edwards %as events of the w ItbrIllauftl
t exceeded by any man in violece or rious The eneiyftsrcertainly poweiTfitr
Irulence as a partizan; Mr Rodjnan was the administration ts certainly feeb 4l
iknown at the bar, and, until recently at cAntemptdble  If uider such creummtan.
ammany hail    But he was notoriously ces the people of the United Statos have
I apostate from  federalisvp, thi$ w-s ulaintaiubd their ground, if they have bo*.
iouglu to exeite 4he sympathies and in ten their invadem kAek from our ihores, as
e the -support of Phhp Spemcer q brother ignonnnioilly as ours were beatet kwi
W1brose  A0d has interference eonverted theirs who can hereafter, deny thtt = 1
I Iron Moqger into a District Attorney't edergies or this riding enrpire O Where ou
eih at least -seems to be a reasonabl '  niost brllint exploits were performed had[
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rhe editor ofrthe ExAmmin ts, under these the government proheed troops 9 N   oBy
rcumstances, Ilft to his editorial labburs By the ,AtMwere AbeOPL  Where defined
neumberedl with office, and ardently , #Wa Most pertectly organized was goverif
rsed to render hi patrons justice    men   the agent ' No---u   roPLI, b
I r j                'their municipal officers arrangedae *bore.
it Dr  and         isk obse~us     Where money was Winted and     mcurbd
rtunents ha4Wlry statO - tth& pkibrI, as dtdMr Madson's adinjustratiort furnmishi
a fact  Lye o4all quegto,] 2s, 4l t teT )s   dolar ?At the very tame when tI
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