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"OWR COUNTRY AID Oil CDIITIt'i WI1L,
BY ! ADATSS.
BOirLIXG-GREO, PIKE COOTY, RIISK017&I, SATURDAY, lYOVOinER 4 1813.
Vol. III.--I'o. I,
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Anthorizett Ajents for t he radical.
I. N. Bnrsos & Co., Louisiana,
A. Mase. P. M. r ranklord
H.T. Kest, P. M. Clark-villc,
C. K. Perkins, P. M. Auburn,
J. II. Bbittos, Troy,
B. Gibsos, P. XI. Paynesville,
Doct. W. II. Nicklix, New Hope,
P. Vf. Overlt, P. M. Shamrock,
Jon Ralls, New London,
A. Hendcik, P.M. Spencerbitrg.
L. T. Musick, Hickory Creek,
W. W. AnAMS, Marthasville,
Fast & Brother, St. Charles,
Doct. J. Adams, Ashley,
A' Oir Er-iihi: Time, it shall In Li-Jit-
BV MtlS. HGrilT.NCT.
Walk with the Lord at morn.
When every scene is lair,
Wlu'e opening buds the bow's adorn,
And fragrance fills ihe air;
Before the roty dawn awa!:e,
And in thy l-einj's prid".
Thy firt ynnng Wnli of beauty, make
Omnipotence thy guide.
Walk with the Lord nt noon;
When fervid sums a-c bijrh.
And Pleiur., with h -r treacherous boon,
Ailurt-ih manhood's eyr;
Then with t!io diamond shield of prayer,
Thy soul's opproasors meet.
And crush the thorn of sin and rare
That binds the pilgrim' feet.
Walk ith tho Lord at eve.
When twilight dews descend.
And nalure seems a shroud to wc-ave.
As for some smitten friend;
While slow the lonely moments glide.
On mournful wings away.
Press closer, closer, to his side.
For he shall he o.ir stay.
Even sh'u!di-t thou linger still.
Till midnight spreads its pall,
And Age laments, w ith bosom chill,
lis buried earthly all;
Thy withered eyes a signal bright
Cryond the grave shall see.
For he who inaketh darkness light.
Thy God shall walk with thee.
The yiKST Pkavkr in Coxorkss.
We published some ay since an ex
tract from a letter from John Adams
to a friend, speaking of the "first pray
er in Congress.' A correspondent
has sent to the Christian Register a
copy of a ptayer, found atuonf ihe
papers of the Itev. Mr. Little, form
erly minister of Kennebunk, .Maine,
which was filed as 'Duche's prayer
upon the Declaration of Independ
ence,' and which is pro! able the
prayer spoken of by Mr. Adams.
We copy it from the Register:
The Rex. Mr. Duche's Pruier in the
Conrrrr.sS' after Intlcjicndence was
O Lord! our heavenly Father, high
, and mighty kin" of kinps, who dost
from thv Throne behold all the dwell
ers on earlh, and reijjnest with Pow-
tltis wek in the name and thrnuLrh
lh tneri's of JestK Christ, V V son.
u.n.1 n.lure Cwhen admissible',) will be charg.
ed double the usual rates, and payable invaria.
-Hi? ".TVS Amen,..-
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invariably in advance.
Cdvertisemenls (except for yearly adver.
tisers.) should in all cases to accompanied by
written directions, as to the number of inser.
lions: ifnot, they will be published till forbid,
and payment exacted.
Ml. W. rd.
ters from lini:
in one f his la'e Ict-
Ve notice in one of Mr. WeedJ vsine-ccp. lie may pass unscathed
recent letters -from London, an ac- through the fiery ord.'nl, and the
count of the Queen in procession f rirht. i)0Ve o1' 'riJe may ripen
from Buckingham Palace to proropue !r,i,St,V"-, Eu'v f:,ir , rri1 'ct
n ,. , I , : not the spiendors of wealth, ror the
1 arli.iment. T his toek place on the allurements of pleasure, nor the prom
23d of Septeniber. j ised triumphs of ambition, tempt you
"The multitude, ever anxious to lo r's'i so fraught with danger to all
see these Royal shows, began to as- 'na hold dear. Honest industry,
semblc in the avenues leading to joined with temperance, may carve
Westminister Hall at 11 o'clock.- - i a fortune, rnd ail lhat ambition should
Every. description of vehicle, fiom covet; but wealth, talents, lame, can
the coaches with emblazoned Arms never gild the drunkard's home, nor
and liveried servants, to the plebian j soothe the soirowsof a drunkard's
can. tilled with tushionaUcs. were ; wile.
stationed in lines extending more
than a mile along the streets through
tvlnct) tier Majesty would puss.
Ti v Influence ok Sistkrs. Many
javonhji man owes his preservation
Wirrdws and B:leiries-wee--t,ircd i frt'tti vice and ruin to the influence
by tho.-e who either preferred them of a sister. When in danger of temp
or could not procure Carrin-:e. jtmion when hisown principles were
Stronj detachments of Horse Guards ! insufficient to resist tlie vo ce of evil
This Government is a pr b;em. Its and Policemen were stationed lie- influence that was coming in upon
vet v weakness seems to constitute its t ween Westminister and Buckinghaiii I his heart when he was in danger of
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MinlH. ,V!.II il JlilllOli:il (IITIM IIIU l.tlilCt.'. iJ
annual interest on which amounts to seemed to
v one o'clock every one becoming prolane, licentious, inlem
i have cot their seats or perate, it was her society, her cotiver-
C20.000.000. or nearly one. huvtliT.t stands, and from that time until I wo, 1 sation, her pra ers that rescued him.
nnd fifty millions of dollars, capital-; when the Royal cortege can. e in sight. Nothing else would have saved him
whs profound siieiice. 1 he ; but atlecltunate i-ntreaties and lervent
supplications to Uod; and society now
Ms Continue to take Us loans, and
merchants, iradeis, arid mechanics
ti I iive-it their surplus e minsr, in
their Funds? And et tn nd thr'-e
people believe tlr.t this debt will evei
Queen Trumpeters, with a troop ol
Hoise came first. Then followed a
iiiaisiie State Coach, with a Gunid,
embosoms many a virmus and pious
man, who has been rescued Irom un
tel. in 11 mover square, to pay mv te-
-pects lo Abbott Lawrence, ol JJos
ton. whose health, I am happy to say,
h is improved r-nd is improving. This
euiei pn-inL' and enlightened Ameri
can niirii:.rit is enjoying the best so-ci'-tv
in Inj'and. His company is
containing the crown, then came i peiulini; ruin by Hie conversatioiij.inu
iee nutgiiilicicut State Coaches, ! influence of a si'er. Ii.deed, it will
be found that most of those young
men who are peculiarly to had iutlu
eiices, nil who were in danger ol
um, who have been rescued, have
1 pas! over to the Brunswick ho-! drawn by six t up-r! bay horse-, led
by grooms, in which the members of
the Queen s houseliotud were sea:ed.
Then came ano'.her Stale Coach, still
more magnificient, drawn by six beau
tiful jet black horses, l.i which the
Countess ol I hiinnoi e, the L;tls ol
Lxeter and Liverpool, and '.he Mar-
per, which he carefully corrected for
her, if she had been questioned; she
would have acknowledged that so
far from dreaming of what has since
occurred, she would as soon think of
enlis ing for a drummer-boy, or ol
digcinjr clams the halves, either at
Cpe Elizabeth or Boothbay, as of
earning a dollar by the pen. Yet
such has been her willingness and her
energy; such her steadfast determin
ation to do all that might become a
woman for her husband, who had ev
ery thing to struggle with since he
removed to New York, and for the
support of her large family, that she
is now a regular, and we hope a well
paid contributor to some of our most
cleverest and most popular journals,
and has won for herself a most desi
mble reputation. She was' a child
but the other day, with no sense of
her own strength; but after she be
came a woman, her countenance you
could not see for her veil, and her
wings were bidden by her shawl.
But the rains beat upon her husband,
upon her little ones, and the winds
blew, nnd the floods crime, and lolthe
veil and the shawl disappeared like
the mist of summer; and the highest
nature of woman broke forth like
A Guiltt Conscience keeps no Ac
clskr. The force of the above pro
verb is strikingly illustrated, in the
following singular development of a
murderer, which we take from the
last number of the Ottawa Free Tra
der. But for the goadings of a guilty
conscience the culprit would doubt
leas have escaped detection- Era.
"On Thursdny evening last, quite
an eicitear.ent prevailed in this place
respecting the arrest of an individual
named George Thompson, who has
been acting in the capacity of cstler
at the Mansion House for the last
two weeks. Said Thompson, it ap
pears, committed murder in Sandus
ky county, Ohio, obout 16 muiiths
since, by shooting a young lady nam
ed Catharine Hamblin, with a riffle.
He has, we understand, keen once er
twice arrested before, but effected his
escape. His arrest in this place was
owing to his fear of apprehension by
a stage driver named Henry Reed,
whom he recognized as a person be
ing acquainted with the circumstan
ces, lie immediately sought an in
terview with Reed, and besought him
to remain quiet, although Reed had
not as vet recognized him. A few
ouoj,t n-'t only by llie nohle in rwnk. . cposs ot LonJoneny were seate.!;
Uil by those who are eno'-le;! by tab j and finally, preceeded by twelve
eni and genius. It is yraiityin to tendeily dressed and solemn listed
see Americans of Mr. Lawrence's in-j Pages ir ushers, on loot with long
t-h'L'cnco and wi th abroad. I staves, came lo tiie gorgeous lloyal
j Coach, draw n by eight cream cob-red
The following singular account is . ;,,ies. m harness lichiy embossed
ii -d from the .e-.v louiidland Po!: I with gold, and flanked by Horse
I in: Sm Sii.iu. Give tp i is IU.a -." , t;.,.,j.s. . which ihe Ouoen". Piince
U;i leavii-g thrf h -i boi i
a shoi t time since, ; i - pe
lie in the
I i.. -at saw a large red chest on tee xx a
ter. toward v. hull U:rv uiiecicn meir
bo.i's coin se, ii;; sawed i-d in ob
t .ining the chest.
This, oa I'cing opened, was found
to contain the corp-e ot a young and
l.e .ulllul lemale. clolf.nl in a lichsi k
dress, and having three solid gold
rings up'-n the fineis. And ihis was
all that could be learned concerning
her; who she hail been, or the circum
stances of her death, remain to us
slill sealed; it is most likely, however,
lhat ihe fair young creatine had died
at sea, and her body been committed
to ihe wateis of the deep, which thus
have yielded il up again. It ouly re
mains lor us to add that the chest,
with ihe body in it, just as it lay
when first opened, was consigned to
the giave, with the appropriate and
solemn rites f Christian huriai, in St.
At.5, the Bxciiklor! We drop
tied in suddenly on a bachelor ac
quaintance, the other day, nd just as
we made our appearance, he put
something in his pocket very hurried
ly, and looked guiliy. as if he had
been cauimt with a spinster. We cast
our eyes at his pocket, and half way
out hunz the secret. It was Ins stock
iue! The poor, miserable fellow had
been darning it, and it astonished us
lo see what perfection be had arriv
ed at in that branch of home indus
try. You may give him up, gnl.
Alt er!, the ihiichess of Buecleugh,
and Lai I Jersev , were seated. The
Queen was diesscd in white satin.
sunshine, and her w in ss were molted,
and her feet planted upon a rock sure j hours afterwards Thompsen was ar
and steadfast. She no longer tretn-! rested by Mr. Lukens tnd taken be
hles when j ott look into her heart, or fore Eq. Fitch, who committed him.
try to read her eyes; neither shaw l Since his confinement in jail he has
nor veil is wanted now. The wo- ctn!essed his guilt."
been recovered by this influence, and. man is no longer ashamed or anxious i
oxve their happines now, and their to lode herself when culled to by: Singular Coincidences. It is a
hopes of salvation, to tho-e whom ajher Heavenly Father. She feels her singular coincidence that three promt-
nerjeiicrni i roviiience stationed as; own wortr: and looks out, unswerv- nent comedians, who flourished con
ing and self dependent, upon th temporaneouslv men who were well
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the pure companions of their early
It should be added, on this hand,
ftorms about her. What the girl and know n to each other, and each ef
the bride were uneiiual t, the wife , wl,om shared in an eminent deeree
thht this is an inlluer.ee which is evi-jnnd the mother deli.'hts to grapple! the friendship and admiration of their
dfiitly deigned to be exerted in favor with. fellow men. should have found a
of religion, and which should be su- i".irl "i (grave ia the 'great deep! Strangeas
i . . Ml ri 1. I v fc- I .o.p Till' I .ijf-nn- . . ... e- r-
cre.il y empioyca to premote the sal- .r, . ,, . ri it is. it is not less true. Ilenrv J.
vation of tr-e soul. So tar it goes, ;
even in oidinary ciicnnistances, it is j
ulin .I f.-o i-i.-ilncl 'HiTl'l'iii.t. f.k ,....
t v. She wha preserves her brother ! f,,aiiVVeil' ,w.!lere in. the W0JU
fll.l ,'., rar irinl .-n'i-..rm It,.' T
LosT THE Lmuon.'
The Louisviile Whig tells a story of
a wag who seem .' one ol Ins acquaiu
jtiinces have a new hat in a bar-room.
ioiu piolauencss and ititernperance, ;
Tlu answer was 'It's not a Salaman-
1. ; U .n ..l-.r.,l ,,yro lilu ic .......I.
w 1 1 o r i, t i.s ?i ..ii ni nil; iu ii v.iuiui ai -ni'i i-ii nn mi) u u-'iut iiui-.u ui', , . , , r, -r ,
;., ct. : .' a.. I ,s rn,u.r Jr. ..i .-!;..;.. : dr hat, as I know of.' 'es,butit
Itfl 1 'I I IAi U 1 lUV. ntMC 44 am- I'lX'j'vi .....v.a.m, jt IUI.IVU - - j
i.i the world. She is l.er-pi. g f.im0'.r,V
All the better ion that. The
N. York Sun says that Wm. C.
Botn k, the present Chief Magistrate
of New York, and whose office is on-
lv second in importance and influence
er supreme and uncontrolled over all , t"( tn:,i f i,0 President if the Uition,
Kingdoms,Empires andGoveinments, las often gone to the plough before
l'Kik down in mercy, we beseech ! daylight, and from it alter dark, while
thee, unpon these our American a0nng in bis younger days upon his
Slates, who have fled to thee from j (aifier's farm. From his boyhood un-
the Rod of the oppressor, and thrown ,, ie was twenty-two years of age,
themselves upon thy gracious Protec
tion, desiring henceforth to be only
dependent upon thee. To thee have
they appealed for the Righteousness
" f their cause." To thee d they now
look up for that Countenance and
Support which hou alone canst give ;
take them, therefore, heavenly Fa
iher, "under th'y nurturing care, give
them wisdom 'in council, and valor in
the field, defeat the malicious designs
Sy, ol our cruel Adversaries, convince
mem ol the unrighteousness of their
he savs no common laborer on his la
ther's farm done mere work than him
self, either in clearing land, or in the
Mr. Audubon w ith his Party, ar
rived in the city, last evening, in good
health and spirits, and brings with
him a rich harvest of his labor and
industry. We learn that he has made
several discovetiesof birdsand plants,
and has brought alons with him a va
riety of curiosities. Another year.
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cause,and:f they still persist in their j Mr. A. proposes to extenu ms trip
anguinarv nurno..... n let the voice . into the mountains. This year his
of thine own unerring justice, sound- t"p was only up the Missouri and
.i wt J . V-II...., Sinn, nnrf h romnn nhnnt
them, to some distance above Fort
Union, above the mouth ot the lel-
mgin their hearts, fftnstrain ihem to
i i ; , droP the weapons of war from their
tii:7 unnerved Hand. U'.k- ',fRatilA.
vt ( Tin tlw.,. :. , J i- 1 1, Stan.. lGa7.
Field M-rshail's Uniform.
The English are rather phlegmatic
on such occasions, or trie Queen was
Coldly received. There was r:o en
thusiasm no acclamations. The few
attempts to get up a cheer, as her ma
jesty was passing, were utterly abor
tive. Theie was but few persons of
distinction, other than such as is de
rived Irom position in the Queen's
household, in the procesrion; and a
mong the few, I i-bserved our Minis
ter, lion. ;Ir. lverctt, with his
daughter in a bright yellow- coach
with coachmen and outriders iu rich
liveiy, and Mr. E. himself (instead ol
ihe plain Republican garb with which
Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, and
John Jay used to appear on such oc
casions,) in lull court drts, wiihgold
and embroidery. 1 doul hail like
this departure from the simplicity
which distinguishes our form of gov
ernment, though it is certain that the
American M mister has acquired great
popularity lieie, aim perhaps aug
ments his influence, by his conformi
ty in matters ol display and etiquette.
You will see the Queen's speech
in the newspaper account ol the pa
geant. Asa huw, it is all rep
resented in gorgeoUiXiess and magni
ficence. Bui for every useful or par
ticular purpose and end, it was the
vainest and idlest thing imaginable.
This royal demonstration exhibit
ed in bold and striking relief, the con
trast that exists between the rich and
the pou ol England. The trappings
of the huiscs that drew the Queen's
coach, would have furnished the
whole poor of I-ondon with a sump
tuous repast, lheliveiv ol t he hit
coachman w ho held their lains, would
have made the infant I yesterday saw
die in its starving mother's arms,
comfortable for the ordinary term of
human existence. The solid gold
with which the coach is so expensive
ly and ostentatiously adorned, would
raise a thousand families from indi
gence and suffering to a competency
and happiness. 1 wished most de
vouily thai the whole American peo
ple could have seen this vain-glorious
display of the expenses of sustaining
monarchy. INothing could have
been belter calculated to make us
love and cherish our own Govern
ment and Institutions."
from throwing lin
ie wag, 'and if you throw it
f ' in the fire. I'll bet you linuor for the
means ol giace, and from the
company it won't burn, I know them
Einu, perihed on hoard the lxing
ton; Tyrone Tower went down with
the ill-fated President,vnd last, poor
Thorne, 'sleeps well after life's fitful
fever, beneath the daik blue waves
of the Atlantic. Where shall these
il.rce meet again t X. O. Tropic.
hopes ol salvation.
She is making ii :
u French trithnnt a .Mas'cr."
the last i-stie of the Broiher
I i , l i i . i 0:1; l..il ,is imovtii uui me til
u.-;iuiv .-un i ii . iiij ii.iii , n un t , i .11- il. -i
'. r ,i i i -1 hurt up immediately. 'Well, said
the nppeais ut the gospel. Shi! is re-. . ' ,,- .,. . ,
i:ie wag. very couuv, are loai ti:e
Landlord, briug us four glass-
. i. , - i ii- .it-is i-iri. iviif vi iiic inu.iin .ji:iiii-
'f'one, said lo-u, and Li . - . ..
,, , . than, which published a woik on this
ll-iuvil llltn tho I.ia fini ' . .
the bat was thrown into the fire and
method of self instruction, a num
ber of ladies and gentlemen have un
dertaken to speak l!m Fieuch lan
guage. Such a deiectabie "parley
wooing"' as was Leaid a few nights
since at a private party, if again ra
pealed, would bring from their graves
the tortured ghosts of a Nohaire or a
"Wnolee woo promenade?"' "asked
appeais ol the gospe
l-ii-'.MLir I nn tl tiirii tiiu iiifi-i i.c ill itriinu
may have access to b:ui: she is keeD-i '"l1101
ing him whifi e there is a hope, a pos j .
sihility that ho may be saved. But ! The following is as old as the hills,
her iullueiice should reach far beyond . but the point it contains w ill Mrike
this. Ui ail persons, she probably,! many with force in these hard times.
has most entirely his confidence and j "Two young men, of the more re
allcction. There is not one of his spectahle class of mechanics, com-
companions whom be w ould sooner menced the sail-making busiir-ss at a gentleman tyro of a beautiful young
abandon than Lis sister. There is, : Philadelphia. They bought a lot o! ladv.
perhaps, no amusement which he duck irnm Stephen Girard on credit,! "We mounseer," was the chaste re
wuuld not give up or a place ol resort ' and a friend had engaged to endorse ! ply.
that he would nut forsake at her at-j for them. Each caught a roll and ! "Ah! madJemuusel, wous et trais
lectionate cutreaty. There is, per-j were carrying it oil", when Girard re-ji!y."
haps, not a book which he would not; marked "Ohlmon amy wous me flatty."
read to gratily her leeltngs, or a good j 'Had you not better gat a diay?' Murder most foul u being commit
influence under which attaclitneiit to! '.o; it is not far, and we etui carry i ted in this way every evening in the
her might not bring him. She has . it ourselves.' j best fociety, and right in the midst of
his heart at all limes at a'.l times! 'Tell your friend he needn't en " civilized community. Where are
an speak to him on the subject of ( dorse your note I'll take it with-' the police? Wheeling Times,
lis soul's solvation. He 'viSl nut turn j out.' j
rude'' awav from her, as he will from
oiio of his own sex: nor wiil he des-i
j The Wikb's Universal R:vaL. It
Matrimony I've been afearcd to must be borne in mind that man's
has one poxrer which is in advance
even of this: for a brother, though he
may not be religious, though an infi
del, though a companion exen of the
evil and the licentious, she may pray.
And what young man is there, who,
in his sober moments of reflection
and all young men have such mo
ments would he moved at the know
ledge of the fact that a sister was
pleading with God for the salvation
of his soul, and resorted to this meth
od the last method which piety and
love can use to save tiie soul, when
all ether means shall fail to rescue
the young man from enternal per
dition. f( har!eston Observer.
A lVomau worth Having.
Mrs. Seba Smith is noxv known to
ihe public, as one of the best lemale
writers. She is a native ol Portland.
Of her early history John Neal has
given the loollowing sketch.
"When Miss Elizabeth Prince a
mere child married Mr. Seba Smith,
who had been writing for the news
papers of the day, nobody knows
how long, bad she been asked if she
ever honed to euual her husband, or
Girls, Beware. A late writer has , 0 contribute in any way to his rcDU-
forcibly and truly said, in reference j tation as a literary man, she would
to the holy union of the sexes, that! have laughed vou in the face. And
"it is a fearful sight to see a young, ijong after lhat, years after she had
confiding girl, approach the aliar with ' begun to hazard little scraps of prase
enc who loves to linger round the and poetry for her husband's new pa-
pise her cntieaties as he may those venture on matrimony myself, and I j ove, even in its happiest exercise, is
of ministers of the gospel. And she i a"11 1 anogetner uiip.k mat i snau not like woman s; lor while she eni-
specuiale in that line for one while;
it (lout suit a rovui man like me. It a
a considerable ol a tie and then il
aint like a horse deal, which if you
can put it oil" in a rallle, or a trade,
or a swap, and suit yourself better;
but you must make the best of a bad
bargain, and put up with it. It aint
often you meet a critter of ihe righl
mettle, spirited yet gentle, easy on
the bit, sure footed and spry no bite,
n kickin, or sulken or racen, or re-
j ploys herself through every hour in
londlv weaving one beloved image
into a'.l her thoughts; he gives to her
comparatively few of his; nnd of
these pet haps neither the loftiest nor
the best. It is a wise begin
ning, then, for every married woman
to make up her mind to be forgotten
through the greater part of every
day; to make up her mind to many
rivals, too, in iier husband's atten
tions, though not in Jus love;u::d a-
fusen to go, orrunnen back, and theni,on., t,P!,c 1 would mention one
, -i i i
clean limuea, aim easy cai nage. lis
about the ditliculliest piece of busi
ness I know of.
The following is the way they call out the
I ligursa of a reel in Georgia:
Dance to me gal wiln yellow shawl on,
Now down outside and up the middle.
Turn to your partner Isaac Smach,
And now to that entire stranger;
Sachet to Ihe right and left,
Ka, de dan da da da, de da, da de;
Now to Peter Switchel's daughter,
Turn to your partner every one.
Set the gal with the flaring frill.
Balance one and spin abnul to the gat
With the hole in the heel of ber stocking,
Ral dal diddlum, de da dt, da da um.
I.OVK. "What islove, Clara?" said
Bill the other night, as he sat beside
"Love ! Bill I hardly know what
it is but suppose it must be getting
married and kissing little balies."
whose claims it is folly to dispute,
since no remonstrances or representa
tions on her part will ever be able
to render less attractive the charms
of this competitor. I mean the news
paper, cf whose absorbing interests
some wives are weak enough to
evince a sort of childish jealousy,
when they ought rather to congratu
late ihemselves lhat their most for
midable rival is one of paper. Mrs.
Ellis's Wives of England.
Benjamin Rathbun was liberated
from his long imprisonment on the
3d inst. On that day an informant
of the Express saw him in the streets
in excellent health and spirits, and re
ceiving the most marked and coiuial
salutations from his acquaintances
and friends. It is said he intends ta
king a fatm iu Wisconsin. X. Yr-Aurora.
,k- ""wu piesem, uijodoi wuaom, ' l
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