" Entangling alliances." - George Washington.

" Where liberty dwells, there is my country." - Benjamin Franklin.

" The post of honor is the private station." - Thomas Jefferson.

" Ebony and topaz." - J. Q. Adams.

" The Union must and shall be preserved." - Andrew Jackson.

" Better to be right than to be President." Henry Clay.

" Union - now and forever, one and inseparable." - Daniel Webster.

" Squatter sovereignty." - Lewis Cass.

" To the victors belong the spoils of office." - William L. Marcy.

" Mint-drops." - Thomas H. Benton.

" The almighty dollar." - Wash. Irving.

" Face the music." - J. Fennimore Cooper.

" The largest liberty." - Wm. C. Bryant.

" The bone and sinew of the country." - William Leggett.

" Don't give up the ship." - Captain Lawrence.

" He's got an ax to grind." - J. K.Paulding.

"Valuable water privileges." - George P. Morris.

" Telegram." - National Intelligencer.

" He's not worth a row of pins." - Gorham A. Worth.

" He's as short as a rabbit's tail." - Jacob Barker.

" The loco foco party." - Charles Davis.

" The whig party." - Philip Hone.

" All's fair in politics." - M. M. Noah.

" Happy as a clam at high water." - Wm. Mitchell.

" Cotton is king." - John Randolph.

" Handy as a pocket in a shirt." - Southern paper.

" Upper tendom." - N. P. Willis. " Straws show which way the wind blows.' - James Cheatham.

" The Empire State." - John C. Calhoun.

" A good man ; but he can't keep a hotel - Negro minstrels.

" All's not gold that glitters - Portfolio.

"Northern fanatics and southern lire-eaters." - Tammany Hall.

" United we stand, divided we fall." - Watchword of the American Revolution.

" Bleeding Kansas."' - Horace Greeley.

" Border ruffians." - J. G. Bennett.

"Fifty-four-forty, or fight." - Western paper.