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RUTLAND, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15. 1S44,
VOL. 50.- NO. 7.
FablUhcd orory Thursday Morning-.
TKIDIS PtR VAH.
J.tfl nijfy,n routs, at the subscribers iloor 6 1 ,73. "J
Delivered in packages, or aZtn o Mr p0Te:r,$l5O I
Py mill SI.M (
OiO months eredit;-2b (tnls aided if not then paid)
Dtlicered by the Village earner, - - S,00.
Motlofor everybody; "Entonnijt Your Own."
cvidcnceof tho rapidity with which he wasestablish- travel and transact business where ho pleased. aloe, were famous, Two girls were occupied nil The next Sunday, the Parson wns to ptrnc h at
cd in popular favor and consideration in a land of with his permit, which he produced,nnd read, he ihciuihcr cud oftlio apartment, during thedinner, ( Pembroke, N. H On "Saturday he Mailed off,
I ttrangrrs, was his election in 1311, as a member , went to New Orleans to gel tho money left by in preparing fine rolls and wnfets, with which llicy 1 and when ho arrived at 1. put up with the deacon
I of tho convention for framing tho constitution of! his sister. But tho question of heirship becoming! garnished the boird from time to time, The eni-ln Imlo way from the mcitiug-honso. In the inor-
tho Stale. 11c soon attained distinction in Ins pro- entangled in tho law,rcmains in dispute, up to this 1 peror took no other beverage than tho ehncotnti, ning he walked to meeting with the drncon, nnd
fession ; and oficr some years of arduous and well time. However, the permit being pretty gener- a potation of chocolate, flavored with vanilla nnd ' found most of tho elder members of the emigre-
recompensed devotion to it practice, he accepted a :u and broad, ho is still travelling wnn it H not by , other spices, and so prepared as to be reduced to n nation nuirtlv waiting his arrival n the church
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THE SEWING CHICLE.
'I oanotttop to tiler wordi once written'"
Header, did you ever go
Where the Jadhs meet to sew,
Needle, thimble, thread in hand,
Old and young, a happy band ?
Take a scat and hear the chat,
Now of this and then of that,
Shoes and sofas, songs or bread,
Books or dresses, lace or thread,
Mesmerism, practiced daily,
Dickens' last, and Charles O'Mulley,
The Inst wedding, nnd the bride,
And a little world beside ;
Works of ginius, gems of art,
Every thing must have n part I
Then just sec the fingers fly,
'Mong those threads of every dye;
Here a fadeless flower is blooming,
There a bud no worm's consuming !
Pruy sir, would you like to buy
Here's a purse you'd belter try,
Filled uilli Benton mint-drops fair,
It will make your music rare :
Or, perhaps you'd like this guard,
Fairy fingers lubored hard,
Knot by knot the silks to lie,
Come sir you had belter buy.
Ilaik ! the door-bell, who is there ?
"Ladies, , Esqire,
Theu's renewed the merry hum,
Gaily welcomed as they come,
Father, brother, friends nnd lover,
Dick, the statesman, Will, iho rover,
Help to swell the careless ring,
Laugh or chat, or sigh or sing.
Time hath wings, the sages say,
Sure to-night he would not stay,
Soon, full soon the hours come round,
And wc are all homeward bound,
Here's a melee, great and nnd small,
Thronging through the entrance hall,
But tho night is dark at best,
So, kind reader guess the rest.
seat on iho bench of tho Supreme court of Louisi- its authority
ana, the reported decisions of which, during his ! He has been in Obcrliti,cngngcd in painting, Icar-
j fifteen years' service, nttesl the industry .tnd ability ning to read, and aiding fugitive slaves to escape
I which he brought to the discharge of his judicial i lo Canada, lecturing &c. Ho was opposed to the
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UUUCS Ulllies requiring, irum iiiu jeiuiiui biuu-i uimtu ouuea uaiiu uaau:u uy m cajiuiiuiiijj uiu
actcr of our jurisprudence, a greater range of le- currency, it increased tho price of 'slaves, which
cal studies than in nny of our sister States. Ho made their masters watch them
was Intimately acquainted Willi the Roman, It had been matter of astonishment to some that the
French, and Spanish law, and recurred with fa- Bunk should have- becomo bankrupt. Many pco
miliarity to the original sources of information in pie could not imagine what had.ibccomo pf its.
thoso languages. He resigned his Judgeship a- funds. He knew ten slaves in Kentucky, who
bout the year 1830, and was soon oficr elected to j half been mortgaged to the Bank for $10,000 who
the Senate of the United States. His career while had escaped into Canada. Here was ten thou-
there is familiar to all who hear inc. sand dollars of the Bank's funds, about which there
His health becumo so feeble as to induco him had been so much speculation, walking about in
for several years to withdraw from public life; J Canada
but ho was oijain elected to the National Senate Milton went for the constitution if theconstitution
froth of the consistency of honey, which gradually j door, while the yonger ones were engaged in
dissolved in the mouth. This beverage, if so it rather moro animated convocation at n ri sprctfu!
be called, was served in golden gobhls. with distance from their seniors, They had heard who
spoons of thesamo metal, or of toirtoiseshell fine- was lo supMv the pulprt of llieir obscnt pnstor:
ly wrought. 1 he emperor was exceedingly fnnd and as he lived 'farther down' than they did. tin y
at the list session of the legislature of Louisiana. was opposed lo slavery otherwise not. He gave
The disease which had long been preying upon i a curious piece of history in regard to tho organi
his body, without impairing the energy of the zation of the slaves for purpose of communication-
I Ins organization existed throughout the slave
States. Their Mail runs out in the night. In
formation of passing events was obtained by listen
iug to the conversation of their mastcis and by
hearing newspapers read, which was repeated and
commented upon, and compared with like infor
mation received through other channels. Ho
mind, assuming greater intensity, he was unable
to take his seat;" and hu died on the 13th nit., at
his plantation, after a protracted illness. Alexan
der Porter was n learned lawyer, on eloquent ad
vocate, and an upright Judge. His extensive and
varied reading, his great colloquial powers, ready
wit, and social disposition, fitted him to appear to
advantage in the most brilliant and refined society, i stated that the negroes wcro well aware of the
His temperament was ardent, and he was zealous state of things pending the settlement of the
in his political creed; but he did not permit pnlit- Boundary question, and expected war, in which
chl difference's to ufftct his relations in private life.
Widely differing from him on all great party
questions, I have many years honored by his inti
macy: and knowing him as I did, lean with con
fidence assert, and that tlio manifestations of re
spect which I am now about to propose, could not
bo bestowed moro fitly.
When his death wns announced in the Senate.
The Hon, Thomas H. Benton, Senator from Mis
souri, made a feeling address, from which we
quote the following :
Honors to the illustrious dead go beyond the dis
charge of a eh'bt of justice to their, -ind the rendi
tion of consolation to their friends ; thry becon o
lessons iyid examples for the living. The story
of their humble bcsinning,and the noble conclusion
iVin eximplc to be followcdin incitement to be felt.
And where shall we find an example moro worthy
of imitation, or more full encouragement, than in
case they would have revolted in eight Slates
So confident were they of war. that they would
have risen, had not certain abolitionists in III.
nnd Ohio, and in the slave States themselves.
with whom they took counsel, earnestly remon
strated against it, as both injudicious nnd wrong.
From Prtscotl's Conquest in Mexico,
Montezuma' way of Life.
The domestic establishment of Montezuma was
on tho same scale of barbaric splendor us every
thins: else about him. Hecould boast of as manv
wives as are found in tho harem of an Eastern
bultan. L hey were lodged in their own apart
ments, and provided with every accomodation, ac
cording to their ideas, for personal comfort and
cleanliness. They passed their hours in tho usu
al feminine employments of weaving and embroi
dery, especially in the graceful feather work, for
Tlo Orphan Boy.
The dea'-1! of Senator Porter, which wc an
nounced a few days a2 ,va' communicated to the
Confess of tho United Slates on Friday, when
Mr. Slidell, of Louisiana made the the annexed
remark, which will bo read with interest Sena
te Porter was n distinguished rcpresentatiro of
.he self made men of our country, and his history
striking illustration of what an orphan boy
tho lifoanJ character of Alexander Porter? a lad J which such rich materials were furnished by the
of lender age an orphan with n widowed mother royal nvoirics. They conducted themselves with
nnd younger children the father martyred in the strict decorum, under the supervision of certain fe-
causo of freedom an exile before he was ten males, who acted in the respectable capacity of
years old an ocean to be crossed, and a strange duennas, in the same manner as the religious hou-
Iand to be seen, and a wilderness of a thousand ses attached to tho (eoeallie, the palace was sup
miles, to bo pcnclrated before he could find a rest-1 plied with numerous baths, and Montezuma set
ing place for the sole of his foot; then education J example, in his own person, of frequent ablutions,
to bo acquired, support to bcenjntd, and even cit-, He bathed at least once, nnd changed his dress
izenship to be gained, before ho made his own tal- four times, it is said every day. He never put on
ent available to his support ; conquering all these1 'he same apparel the second time, but gave it away
difficulties by his own exnrti.ons, and the aid of an 10 'IIS attendants. Ciuccn LJisabelh, with a simi
affectionate uncle (I will name him, for the ben
cfactor of youth deserves to bo named, and named
with honor in the highest places) with no other
aid than that ofnn uncle's kindness, Mr. Alexan
der Porter, Sen., merchant nt Nashville, also an
emisrant from Ireland, and full of the generous
of it, to judge from the quantity no less than fifty
more narrowly, jars or pitchers being prepared for his own daily
consumption II 1 wo thousand more were allow
ed for thai of his household.
Tho general arrangements of the meal seem to
have been not very unlko that of European?. But
no prince in Europo could boast a dessert that
could compare with that of tho Aztec emperor.
For it was gathered fresh from the most opposite
climes, and his board displayed the products of his
own temperate reaions, nnd tho luscious fruits of
tho tropics, plucked the day previous, from the
green groves of the terra callicntc, and trnnsmi
ted with the speed of-stcam, by means of couriers,
to tho capital. It was as if some kind fairy should
crown our banquets with the spicy products that
but yesterday were growing in a sunny isle of the
far-off Indian seas I
After the royal appetite was appeased, water
was handed him by the female attendants in n sil
ver basin, in the same manner as had been done
before commencing his meal; for the Aztecs were
as constant in their ablutions, at these liinea, as any
nation of the East. Pipes were then brought,
made of a varnished nnd richly gilt wood, fioin
which he inhaled, sometimes through the nose, at
others through the mouth, the fumes of an intoxi
cating weed, called 'tobacco.' mingled with liquid
amber. While this soothii.g process of fumiga
tion was going on, tho emperor enjoyed tho exhi
bition of his mountebanks and jugglers, of whom
a regular corps was ntlached to the palace. No
people, not even those of China or Hindostan, sur
passed the Aztecs in feats of agility and ledgei do
main. Sometimes ho amused himself with his jester;
for the Indian monarch had jests as well as his
more refined brethren of Europo, nt that day. In
deed, he used to say, that more instruction wns to
be drived from them than from wiser men, for
they dared tell tho truth. At other times ho wit.
ncssed tho graceful dances of his women, or took
delight in listening to music if the rude minstrel
sy of tho Mexicans deserve that name accompa
nied by a chant, in slow and solemn cadence, cel
ebrating the heroic deeds of great Aztec warriors,
or of his own princely line.
When he had sufficiently revived his spirits
with these divcrsions,lie composed himself to sleep,
for in his bicsla ho was as regular as n Spaniard.
On awaking ho gave audience to embassadors
from foreign states, or his own tributary cities, or
to such caciques as had suits to prefer lo him.
They were introduced by the young nobles in at
tendance, nnd, whatever might be their rank, un
less of the blood royal, they were obliged to sub
mil to the humiliation of shouldering their rich
were in hones he might bring some news from
that scene to which the cyrs nf all wcro so nox
iously turned, the camp nt Cambridge; hut when
the deacon told them that tho parson had just
come from Cambridge? iUelf, their difli lence, nnd
almost their respect, was gone in a moment; old
nnd yonng thronged atioiit him nnd joined in nno
earnest call, 'the news! tho news!! the news I 1 1'
The old gentleman, finding there was no gelling
off, told them if thry would go into tho house and
lake their seats, ha would tell them from the pul
prt nil nbotit it. After giving them n relation of
nil he had seen and knew of the affairs at tho
enmp, the reverend man proceeded, 'And now my
brethren, let us commence the worship of the Coil
of Sabbaoth, and unite in pinyer for the success of
our righteous e'ause,ind prescrvatien of our patriotic
countrymen, who aru so feailcssly, and at such
great sacrifices, engaged in its defence.'
'Where the spirit of God is, there is Liberty.1
Many an anient prayer went up to Heaven that
day, which came not back unheard, unblessed or
rejected. The venerable preacher used to say, as
tho big tear trickled down his furrowed check, 'It
was tho most ntkutive congregation that ho over
bad in his life.'
ran nccomnlish bv industry, tierjincrence, tern-
The message which we have just rcceived,com
municnting the intelligence of the death of a Sen
ator of Louisiana, devolves upon me, ns ono of
the representatives of that Stale, in conformity with
an established nnd salutary usage, the duly of ma
king some brief observations on the character and
litMnrv of rlio deceased. It would, perhaps, bo
lar taste for costume, showed a less princely spirit
in hoarding her discarded suits. Her wardrobe
was probably somewhat more costly than that of
the Indian emperor.
Besides his numerous female retinue, the halls remarks to the suitors, answering them
and antechambers were filled with nobles in con
THE ATMOSPHERIC 1IAILWAY.
To describe tho Atmospheric Railway in all its
detail, would occupy more space than wc cun dc
vo'c to the subject, nor would such n description
suit the general reader, the following particulars
must therefore suffice.
Along the entire line, and between tho rails runs
a pipe, which, on the Kingstown and Dalkey lino,
is fifteen inches diameter. Along the entire length
of this pipe is a slit or opening, through which a
bar passes, connecting n piston) which moves free
ly in iho pipe) with tho carriago outside. The ope
ning nt tho top of iho pipe is covered with ri lentil
cm strap extending iho whole length of thr pipe,
and two inches broader than the oprnin?. Under
and over this leather stiap are riveted iron plates,
the top ones twelve inches, and half an inch broad
er than ihc opening, the bottom onesnarrower than
the opening in tlio pipe, but the same length ns
those nt the top. Ono edge of the leather is screw
ed firmly down, like n common bucket vnlrr, nnd
forms a hingoon which it moves. The other edge
of the valve fulls into a grooves; this groove or
trough is filled with n composition, made of bees
wax and tallow well worked by hand, so ns lo
make it pliable and tough, before spreading it in
tho groove; this composition being pressed light a
gainst tho edge of tho leather valve which rests in
the groove makes the valve air-tight, or at least
sufficiently so for all practical purposes. As the
dresses under the coarse mnntle of ncnucn, and en-j piston is moved nlong the pipe by tho pressure of
tering barefooted, with downcast eyes, into tho j ihe atmosphere, t lint side of the vnlvo refting on
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presence. J ho emperor addressed lew and unrj , uio groove is mini up oy an iron roller, nxru on
generally 'the same bar to which tho piston is attached :,ihus
by his secretaries: and tho parties retired with tho clearing an opening for the bar to pass ns it moves
qualities which belong to the children of that soil; stant attendance on his person, who also served as same reverential obeisance, taking enro to keep along
this lad an exile and an orphan
World, thus starting in tho New World, with cv.
erything to gain beforo it could bu enjoyed, soon
attained every earthly object, cither brilliant or
substantial, for which wo live and struggle in this
A SLAVE'S STORY
nV MILTON CLARK.
Accordingto his statement his father was a rev-
from the Old a body guard. It had been usual for plebians of their faces towards tho monarch. Well miaht
I mnrit In fill rntimn nfRrr in llm nfilnrv Tint tr I " n s . . r n.lw.ttinf iUn Hrnrwl
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haughty Montezuma refused to be waited on bv
' any but men of noble birth. They were not
1 iinfrrqnrntly the sons of great cliicfs,nnd remained
'as hostages in tho nbsence of their fatheis: thus
serving the double purpose of security and state.
His meals the emperor took alone. The well
I matted floor of a large soloon wns covered with
hundreds of dishes. Sometimes Montezuma him-
l lie opening thus mado nllows the oir lo pass
freely behind the piston ; tho disturbance which
takes pbiceMii the composition by the lifting of
tho valve, is ngoin smoothe-d doVn nnd tendered
nir-light as nt first, by n hot iron running on tho
top of the composition after the valve is shutdown.
This has artnlly been done when the piston wns
travelling at tho rate of seventy miles per hour,
Seignior or any other infidel, ever displayecd so
pompous and elaborate a ceremonial.
Just after the battle at Lexington, when the
whole country was roused to excition, and tho
lonfr subdued fire of patriotism burst into flame, , nnd was smoothed down nir-tight after it by tho
Parson P , of A ,set out for Cambridge ! iron above mentioned. It is contemplated to tho
sufficient to say that Alexander Porter had twice olutionary patriot, nnd fought nt Bunker Hill, j self, but morn frequently, his stowaid, indicated ' to ascertain how matters went on nt tho American place stationary engines along tho line, about thrco
been chosen to discharge the august functions pf( After tho war ho emisrnted South, became an ihosc ho preferred, nnd which were kept hot by! camp. Ho found there were more eaters than miles apart ; nt each engine or station there is an
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hausted or filled with air mile-pen ImtK- of tlio
other sections, The rqilibrium valve is mado
to move fietly out oftlio piston by the enrrngo
while passing it ; so that tlio train passes from
representing the sovereignty of ono of the States ovorsHr& finally married n slave who was daugh- means of chafing duhts. 1 he royal bill of fare feeders, more guns than nmunilion, and that tho equilibrium valve lixed in tho pipe, so that each
of this srrcat confederacy. Constituted ns the Sen- ter of the owner of the phntatmn. The mother , comprehended, besides domestic animals, game I patriotism of the clcr?v had precluded tho want '"fee miles or tections of pipe enn be either ex-
ate of the United S'atea ban heretofore always been being a slave made the children slaves, but tncinirom Iho distant lorcsts, and lisli, wlncn tne day 01 ciiopiains, so no uirneu ins laco lowaras nomn
and I trust ever will be ) of the men most distiu-. owner nnd grandfather, in his will made them free' before, were swiming in the Gulf of Mexico I again. On his way ho met a company from N.
flushed throughout Ihe Union for intelligence, 1 His children, however burnt the will, nnd.dislrib-, They were dressed in manifold ways, for the Az- Hampshire stout, hardy woodmen trudging
virtue and patriotism, this fact ulone affuids the nel ihe ynune Clarksnmon? themselves. Mil- tec artistes, as wo havo already had occasion on with mfaht nnd main to the scene of danger.
most emphatic eulogiiim. But in that body, a- ion fell to a humane half sister, who wns opposed to notice, had penetrated deep into the culinary j At that time, when mails were hardly known and ; one section ol pipe to an other, without ony slop-
mong tho very elite of the nation the intellectual to the destruction of his srandfuher's will; and science. n letter from Boston would have been as strange1, page. It is evident, that as the tructivu f.ncc
gianU of the land Ajuxindar Porter occupies a who was for trentin? the Clark family ns relations, Tho meats were served by the attendant nobles 11 visitor in New Hampshire ns ono would bo is derived trom the pressure of the atmosphere
conspicuous place. Ho offered a striking illustra- and not ns slaves. But she died nnd then J(Bfcl in- who then resigned the office of waiting on the now coming from Japan, and when, too, every 1 on the piston, thn.nmount of force or pressure
tion oflho happy working of our free institutions to tho hands nfn monster who flogged hijlwly monarch to maidens selected frr their peisonal body was 'corning down,' an 1 nobody thought of will depend upon two causes, i
or he had uttained this proud eminence unaided to death at the tender nijo oftpiwirars. HrBpv- grace and beauty. A screen of rich gilt and carved
hy any adventitious advantages of fortune, conncx-1 rd over 300 lashes, and watjaHfelc for several wood was drawn around him sons tc conceal him
ion or education. He was the son of an Irish days, nnd unable to walk for sMfcvceks. He from vulgar eyes during the repajt. He was
clergyman, who died upon tho scafTuld, a martyr determined to drink tho blooiWPlis oppressor, ; seated on a cushion, and thedinner was served
jn tho cause of libeity. in that memorable struggle rather than endure such another "brutal beating, on n low table covered with elelicato cotton cloth.
vhich. endin-r unsuccessfu l, has been si emut s- Rnh.muent v he A: lothc lot of a prcsbvterian The uisnes were oi ins uncsi ware oi uoiui.i
returning, so long ns ihey could find anything to
eat, an opportunity of intelligenro 'from below,'
' was not lo bo lost; accordingly, the company
came to a 'stond-al-case,' and the parson, after a
comtroiis salute, was inquired of for news. 'I told
! them.' said he, 'that I had just come from Cam-
r. the eient ol ex
haustion on one side of the piston, and the area of
the pition itself. On the Kingslown and Dalkey
line, the diameter of the piston is fifteen inches;
the usuul working exhaustion is from eighteen to
twenty inches, which propels six carriage n filled
with passcngeis (amounting to uloiit thiiiy-fivo
d ns a rebellion : but which had it resulted differ- deacon, who thoifh very penurious, treated him He had a service of gold, which was reserved for bridge, and that they had already moro men than ; tons,) tip iiu incline, averaging 1 in !20; ct tho
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nil V. would have hien rpcnrn seel ns a P orious ' nmi.-lini loiter Afinr he nrr ved at manhood. reil"IOUS ceieurauons. mueiu, u uuuiu scarcely uiey Knew wnni 10 uo Willi, nno no prnrisiuus uur i ' " '"' "
revolution fur all revolutions arc but fortunate ' nn of thi Inl.n.nn f.imilv becamo his surety in havo comported with even his princely revenues , powder to spare, so 1 thought they hnd better tiurt Having now given such a ditcription of the At
rrpt-llions. f tho sum of 81200, and he was permitted by pay- to have used it on ordinary occasions, when his. right aboutaml go homo again; but l never vrw
The orphan child Wns brought to the United jng his master $200 per year, to go nnd work, 'table equipage was not allowed to appear a sec- looked at with so much contempt before j thcyref
Slates by an uncle, at a very lender age. He re-1 ,vjierc ho ple-as'ed. With this permit bo went to ondtims, but given away to his attendants. Tho sumcd their march, nnd I overheard them saying,
ceived in Ttnnesjcc such ati education as cou! I ' js'ew Orleans, "and returned; and paid his master , soloon was lighted by torches made of resinous 'That's an old tory, I know.' My black coat
then be obtained at a common country kehoolj 1 tJ,e 800 Previously to this, however, one of his wood, which sent forth a sweet odor, and, prob- probably saved me from a more striking cxpres-
and attending during the diy t0 tho busines of a a white and beautiful girl of some 17 years ably not a little smoke nstbey burned At this sion of their displeasure.'
village shop, he acquired nt night, in tho hours nfa"e had been s-nt to New Orleans, nnd sold meal he w as attended by five or six of his aged When the parson got home, nnd told his neiah-
devoted by others to amusement or to ecp, such for 6IG00 She fell into good hands, nnd became counsellors, who stood at a respectful distance, an- ms that their sons and their brothers nnd their
r.idJmrnisof lawas he could "Iran r,n. ' .. "... iL i. a:.a rw nfier. sweringhis questions, nnd orcationnlly rejoiced friends were all out of provisions, ihcnwhatn
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r. lnw.i.tnri' bOOUS lOanitl IU mm DV lhop t..n - .i.annnnn Tirnr. l.rllli hf OV somu ui iiiu mini nit tiiwu uk (.umpiliuuil- stir Some CaVC one Win", some nnomer : uncir," imiu i,i fciutuy, nino-m- iuc;
felt an interest in the young student Will, tills ,cnt tMUton AgO0 to purchase his freedom, and the cd bn at Ins table. jim icnt ofTthc whole contents of his meat barrel miles per hour. ...
scanty ouini oi nai""ai -ing m0nev ivns civen lo n brother who purcnaseu nis - . . . . ' m "w " - , , , , '
i niwM-t the vear 1809, emigrated to . -. j : r. J. : ti. other ofsweetmeals and pastry, for which the Az ilv 1 vd on hulled corn and hominy f r a week, pelled by stationary engine, tnkingnlout nne
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After his sister's dcath.in order to set.,110 cool"i l"U,uw ""lw,lu,u ,,;,j'"lrji till the can came iac anu ne couiu cna 10 mui ( ""n" """"" '""""""
inaizc-noui) eth Bnj n:u "v0 "i "e a"ain. woik. .j .irmj mo h4w v
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moiphcnc JJailway as will, wo hope, rtndeis its
operation intelligible lo there nt nil cnnveisnnl
with mechanics, we will piocred to point nut
principal advantages over other incdts of loco,
First. Economy urcnnUruclion. A InpIo
line is sufficient for nil purposrr, which will con
vey more liain ot a given lime, than nny exis
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