Er then made some remarks on the policy we ought to use in the present crisis. He referred to the articles in the last two Neighbors which are in his estimation calculated to create excitement. He also referred to the conduct of the boys who practice the whistling operations &c.
Er. made some spirited remarks in justification of the articles published in the Neighbor. He was followed on the same subject by Er .
Er. did not consider that policy would warrant us in occupying either of the two extremes, under our present circumstances. He expressed [p. ]