ïlie followio" is J icoeptance of tlie homination accorded kim : SagiOi ■ mti of ny nomina'ion by . of the tí District, for Representativo in Cor, I luwe a profound sense of the oomplimect which lliia (-xpression of i lenco on thepartoftho Convention in:plics. It is the more grateful to n.c that it is off II in probably wtfl koown that my personal i has been to serve in the judicial posilion in whicli 1 Lave been ji'acud by the unanimous voico of the people in ; eonsiderabla portion t)f tbia - mal District. But I reeogn luty oftbe ci.izeu to forego bis iudiviJu:il choioe in respect to the ty in wbich lio shall ba employed ■vê the public; and 1 baye ucl, thercfore, feit at liberty to deoliue the DOtnination. I accept it ; for it seenis to be seconded us a cali of tho peopla. Should the clectore, nexl November, ratify thls eall, wbile I AM ever be miuiiful tlint your Convenlion placed me in nomination, L Ehallnotfa'.l to reuicmber abo that the people elected me. And it will be Ihencuforth my constaut, earnest endeav hend, and, wiiU rny whole'ability, to promote the important and diversified int oí the district, botli general ánd local. Yours with respe tful rep J.i ND. To Messrs. C. O.Black, Ei H. ïhou I). C. Uarrlngton, Dan P. Fuoie and Iauc D. üaie, (Joinmittee.