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Title: Ohio State Journal….Extra. General Harrison's Military Character….Slanders Refuted! The following correspondence was called out in consequence of remarks relative to the character and conduct of General Harrison, made by members of the House of Representatives of the State of Ohio, in their places on the floor of that House. A letter was addressed to each of the gentlemen, whose replies are given below, by a member of the House who heard the remarks, stating their substance, and requesting from each a statement of the facts which fell within his personal knowledge, respectively. The high character of the gentlemen whose states have thus been obtained, (one of whom has been a uniform and prominent support of the last and present Administration of the General Government,) is such as to put the facts to which they bear testimony, entirely beyond doubt. (Three columns on pages [1-2]) We certify, that we have carefully compared the letters as above printed, with the originals, and that they are true copies thereof. The original letters can be seen by calling on Moses B. Corwin, Esq. Of Urbana, Champaign Co. Ohio, to whom they were directed. Alfred Kelly, N.M. Miller, E. Stewart, Robert Neil, Lyne Starling, jr.[,] John L. Miner, John W. Andrews, Lewis Heyl, State Central Committee. March 21, 1840.[No Publisher], [No Date].