I have yours of the 29th. I was certainly disappointed in the result of the Antimasonic convention at Harrisburg. My impressions, however, were derived from good sources, & justified by the course taken by the leaders of the party, in that body.
I agree with you as to the general complain of affairs: - the question, however, with us, as with you, is not what we will do. - but what we can. Our people will, I think, never take Judge White, though unquestionably far superior as a statesman to Genl. Harrison. I do not think they will come into the support of Genl. H. They are well disposed to hold to Mr Webster. & this, I think, their most likely course. If they are driven from this, they will be very apt to go for Van Buren, or let him take the state by default.