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Rutland County Herald.
VOL. LX.--NO. .15.
RUTLAND. ArJ5KMONT. FRIDAY MORNING, NOYEMBKU 10, 1S5J..
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nbomlatillj tnaiuUmrd br Ihe follutiing.
wliirli Ixj tasilo Ulqljr at il.u nnnivtri-
tj iliniit-r of l lin Cape CVJ Atwitlion.
'lVri! wtre OH OiVmy msgnatci, ami
our unriinllol In. Kn wat ilia
" (trtt of rtiiton nn I tl iw of Ktil," but
to llili enleiialnmriil none conlribulnl
muro Inpj.Iljf than Mr. Qulnr, wu
" Mr. lVpiMunt j llio nntlcmcn wlio
lure priwelial ni lirito m'iiI tli.nt llii-y
were nt ilctcnn lml from the futlier of
C(ie Oil. Xelllier am I, but 1 nra
pro-jil lo M lli.it I an, vrli.it it a grout
di-al twil.r I mil tletcrmlcil from tlic
Mtiriua. of Upe Cl. liotnl n-
il.ii- llli IInnor.IlK! Cliicf.luilicc,
liens In. r.i.l n nit of w u to (lit:
rilii4 of icriin4 to be litte. Jfow 1
liaiMi to Ih etnrily in tliii jiotitlon.
I bat. a ilerttion orili(j Supr.-mo Court
not ofM.Kurliuitt, liutof ids I'ror.
ilea of Matt.iclnnctu It y given a
iim.lreil anJ tliirty yc.ir 1150 ; tlio pen
lemiin wlio liel.l the olTlrtj of Chief
'uitku wa my great great grandfather.
iaw, whether ba wa n jiiilgo of law,
know not 1 but he im n jn lnof what
1 fur bettor ha win n juilg. of Lnilic..
Laughter. Ileing Chief Junior, lie
amo down hertio hold court In 1I1I1
art oftlm world, ami, I nippo'e, liko
lii Kxcollency, the Governor, having
criminal or civil bminesi lo tlo, ha
okf after tliu young Indie,, lU-now-I
tnerrimont. Tlia rciutt w,n, (nd
'lit it n literal fact,) thai when ho got
omq tgjlraintrcc Q'liney that now
ho called hii son doiiiili to him,
id ndvUed him to go straightway down
1 Yarmouth, nnd inquire for the huujo
I' one John 8lurgii, inul Hnnnah Stur
14 who waj there. Well, my ancentor
a, liko hii tlRiccndnnti, 11 very dutiful
n, particularly when hit father told
im to go and fee tho girls Great mcr
iment, so down hoenme to Ynrmouth.
Vhether ho tucecded In tho object of
it minion or not, I will not nay ; but
have tho honor of addretjlng you nt
hil time. Laughter and loud cheeM."
" There were nn revollen nt tleci
ions in those tlmc.4, and consequently
ic reiort nre not extant ; and I be
cvo that tliii U the only cute of ndju
'ii'iition by my ancestor the rciort of
vhicb has been prcse'ved. Wo havn 11
Chief Jusliro here, and it occurs to me
that I would liko lo propound n ques
tion to His Honor. My nnct-stor, tlm
r'l.iuT ImlUaa o Inin.lrvl an.l ll.It.
years ago, tleciueti that ifn man wnnt
etl a good wife, ho had better come
down to Capo Cod. I hud somn thought
of inking the present Chief Jii'.icc
whether, if that question was brought
before him, he would overrule (ho deci
flion of my iincrstors?
C'iiidi-.Il'stici; Sit aw I have given
the sainti opinion myielf. Applause.
Mil. QutNCr The Chicr.Iutllcelia
not only given a similar opinion, but ns
acts speak louder than wordt, ie hat
gone mid date it I Loud laughter and
There are, Mr. President, a great
many very plcaaut asto. tat ions always
roiiiii't-lt-il with these meetings t and we
hasp heard n great dent n'mnt the ad
vantages und pleasures of railroad com
munication, ns ntTuriliitg facilities for
llieo pleasant gatherings. There ii,
however, one great objection lo railroads
they make nil peoplo alike. We all
become nt though we were ground in
one mill ; and when one comes down to
the Cnpc or lo Xanluekct.hu merit very
much thu tame tort of people ns he
would if he had remained in Iloslon.
" II to happened tome thirty year
ago that I had the honor, with Hit Ki
cellency the Governor, of Irving nid-dc-camp
to Gov, Lincoln, and I lie fir it du
ty he imposed was to gi down and re
view the troops at Nantucket . I ntiure
you it was ik most delightful duty. Our
principal buiineti was to eslnhliih a
frieodthip with the pretty little ?u,i.
kercsset uion the island. They had one
charm about them that I never met
with since. At that day befjru we had
attained to higher tiller:, we wcro rather
proud of being called 'Culontd,' but they
had found ft much prettier lu.hion. I
wai introduced to a charming young
Quakeress, and he called me by a beau.
tiful name ihe called me 'Juiiah'
Laughter. Now I suppose a great
many of you, particularly lite young
ladies who read modern novels, would
think Joiiah was not n very romantic
name; but I ature you It sounds sery
well from the lips of a bertutiful young
lady, llesitlet llvaU although In modern
novelt and romanrr-t it teems to be
rather neglcctcxl, itlll those ttern old
father! wha landul upon thee tltores
knew what name to commend: and up
Ihe first pa, cf their catechism you
k ll.uk Ita, V.-i, 1.4 Mil,
All att. atoas" (UaWrr,)
and I should like In Lni of Wltal oth
er name at much can be taUL
- It o lutpineJ that after we bad
lafm torae lime at Nantucket, liar
In; ritiauitrd all excuie for delay, we
were upon iheeirof departure at last
When we weretogrlber In the evening,
we were eiprnting our rrgrrts lluit the
wind wai fair, awl llul we tliU nr
laioly lusve to go rn tlw mwro 1 an
old Quakrr tatd to me
ttltbrt lo remain, ami in rxTiuade ir
soune maiden lo imt a Wark cat under
N tub. vsrti will bave It tiraj wind in ibe
W,t ha, vt awry, a -r-i
to philosophical as .tptr-
lirwnt, ami mr Imtougtt all ilia young I
Imlift, If llifjr rcrelffj ami pw-.
er of a Mad. cat. to Xty tlw nxtierlment
in oor faor. ITirre wa, tiowri rr. one '
grrait iliirietill v. 'Iliry htvl all fltlir-r f
Iwn itnotlicfpil In lulu, or tlio hid rm-
igralcJ to avokl that futo. At last, onu
young lady declared that the wai 'tris
el atcl K)sesetl,'nol exartly of a black
rat, but a blink kitten t and at she sup
poaed that Its tire would bi-tter repre
sent the Interest she had In drtattting us
than a full grown cat. she supjnwl it
might nntwrr. Willing tint the etper
Iment should lie tried, but withnul muc'i
faith ns to tlia rsutl with only n litlm,
we look our tease. The nenl niorning
we m eaily and tho wind wa dead
ahead, laughter, and for three days
there it blew. Of course, all who be
lies ed in that particular virtue of n black
Ml, had full faith that the young lady
bad put her kitten under n tub, lliough
tne mamtalnrii tlmt slip certainly nesrr
did do it. Hut I believe that I Ix-lipV-td,
nnd I believe that the good ritiirns
of Nantucket believe to this day, nnlcss
Jleam list altered their opinion, that this
It a never-failing receipt for obtaining 11
head wind. Laughter.
" I have been struck, Mr. President,
with the great difference between this
section of country and tho great Wet',
which I have recently vWted, not to
much in fertility of soil, which it strik
ing to every one, nl in the character of
the population. I went on Sabbath to
11 church In Chicago. It was crowded,
but there was only one white head in
the building, nnd that, 1 nm sorry lo
My, was 011 my own shoulders. There
was nnothcr peculiarity the sreat ma
jority of young men there. There was
but n very sparse sprinkling of young
ladies. Indeed, so tcurcn nro they that
it it Raid tlmt on the arrival of n steam,
er from the Hast, the genllu men oiler
themselves through speaking tminpclt
before they land. Laughter.
" Hut Twill not occupy you intention
any longer, -1 have staled to you, sir,
and to tliu audience, that in the opinion
of tho two Chief Jusiices of Massachu
setts if 11 man wanlt n good wife, ho
hud better come down to Capo Cod ,
and now, sir, I mean to nppeitl to n still
higher authority; and I will prnposu to
"The m'mo. I of Ihe Patriarch. Ibrnham.
No wonder tint wonliouldhavohernllio
Father nf the Faithful,' who hid the wisdom
when his own aon wanted a wife, to tend
Doirn Katt, and get one," Laughltr nnd
ANKl'llOTK OK U1KAIID.
wiiiiout saying something nuoul another
... ai.i nitnsirfllnllir tlm .llV
mercnntilecelebrily of the United States,
ts Stephen Girard. This man was
born in 11 village near tho hanks of
the Garonne. Ho was thu son of 11
peasant, nnd had left his own country
us a common sailor. Having gradually
risen to the pot of second mate, bo
came ns such lo Philadelphia, where he
remained, and opened n Insern on the
banki of tho Delaware, fur such of hit
countrymen us were engaged in West
India trade, particularly that with St.
Domingo. Hie revolution in St. Do
mingo caused an emigration which con
linually brought him frt;h customers,
nnd, linking built tome small vessels to
bring hit fugitive countrymen away in
safety from the island, be bartered (lour
nnd meal for coffee, until his capital.
which had been scarcely worth men
tioning nt first, gradually incrcH-iil nnd
enubled him to build larger hmcI', and
extend hit spirit of cntcrpiisu in nil tli
rccuont. ins irugniity uoriicreil nu
avarice. Sailor't faro was to him thu
best, and the freighting of vttes his
favorite pursuit. The suecets which
attended hit exertions at length Im-ame
unexampled ; for he never had his ships
Insured, but always cliosu skilful and
experienced captains, thus casing him
self the heavy expense of Inking out in
surauuo policies and con;inutil nrting
on this principle, gradually Increased
bit capital more and more, until it bad
finally swelled lo an mormon t amount
Illiterates, at a French common sailor
must needs Iw, nnd scarcely iil.tr- to
write bis own name, ho rallul all his
ships after the great authors of hl na
tive country, and lhu enjoyeil the sen
sation of beholding llm American fUg
waving over n MiiXTKstiuit L', a You
TAlitc, n IIii.vtTiL., nnd .Ii;av .IaO
'iuu Itostr.At;. His ships, which he
wai In the habit of tending succes.ive
ly to Ihe Island of .Mauritius, at that
time Ihe lile tie Francf, lo Calcutta
nnd Canton, and each of which rott
from forty lo sixty thousand ilol
Urs, brought bark cargoes wonli from
one lo two hundrrl lliousand dollars to
Phiadrlphia, and lhrin-e lo Europe, par
ticulaily lo Messrs. Hoped: Cu at Am
ilrplatn, and were nerrr iusuroL Ile
inarkahly gxl fortune nllendit) all
thrss enterpriiet. Until lite yrar ISIS
ivot one of hit ships was ever lott or
captured. It is raiy lo form an idea
of I be. amount of cspitat arcurrjuUtel by
ibis saving of Insurancf premiums, wbrn
ona reflects lhjt ihe Utter went at high
at from ten lo fifteen and even twenty 1
Pt cent. j
Oirard's right htod man was a coon- ,
Iry man tf his, iiaineil Itberji, who (
hoarser, bad rerlrrl bis Mtreanllh;
ealupAiion cnllrrly al Htaibtirg ursdrr '
the lulelam f PnJ", lluvciV TO IW.
I erjeotwasibeoolymaa wlmlfl now arid
than, but no oftanttr tliati Mar ai. I lli.n
taok iota Us c-eni1 esitiS.sVsis-1-, ami he
b4 worked in lU bout of Guar fr
I a respectable yet very mod .-11041 i 4ry,
djrio g lh Up U t. eity J cart j Ire-
iarntl wiuiellilrtj; hai 1J aVxil In
trraiti; It, but notliinj of llm ran tra,
f.rrJune. lloWrJrol, mUo hail Ktme
Jeiire Hi Ik talfri ttt of In 11 oU aje
rrtolved lo lot lill (utrtin knn tlmt If
be desired to keep bun any lunger, be
must take that matter into serious con
sideration, nnd Rise him n handsome
turn that be might put aside aud (urn
lo good account. Girard, a little net
lied by this, replied that be svould give
him ten thousand dollats, but lloberjt-ol
demanded sixty. Ileum told to wait
until the next day, when, without hear
ing another word in relstion lu the mut
ter, he received is lint hu niked for
ttxly thoutnnd dollars 1
Magnanimous as Girard could bo In
many things, ho was, on the other hand,
squally petty In many others. Of hit
ninueruus rcUtivet in l'ranco, who were
all Mr pea-ant folks, he would nesrr
hear a syllabic mentioned. When Mime
tiflhcm upon one oeratlott ventured lo
crust ihe ocean nnd visit blin in Phila
delphia, he immediately sent them nwny
113 tin with a trilling present. In nne
pnrii.tilar Instance, ho exhibited unusu
al InriMicnrledncst. Ills captains had
rrfelked the strictest onUtra not lo bring
either strangu giod, passetigcrt or let
ters bai k with lliem. One of his ships
tuts reluming from Hordenux, nnd
through nuother which had hurried on
before it.'ha learned it svus ctmveying
him some relations of his ns passengers:
he instantly sent lu Newcastle, on Ihe
DeluwnrCi where the ships coming in
from tea usually touch, nn order to Ihe
captain, forbidding him to laud any pus
aenger, but torumiln nt that point, un
til another had been procured to lake
them back to Hnunlcaux when hu
in glit come up to Philadelphia with hit
cargo. The captain was theii replaced
by another person. He, however, made
1111 nncoplioii in fitvnr of two nieces. 1 1 10
orphaned daughter of a brother who
had thed 111 itivcrty. lie nllowcu thclo
girls to come to hlm, ind gave one of Ihem
permission, along with sornu tkkenty
thousand dollars, lu marry the brother
of General Lallcmant, who had emigrut
cd lo America upon the restoration of
the Houtbons, after Ihe battle of ntcr
Ion. In hit will hu bequeathed to tho
other an equal turn.
Girard also belonged to tho list of
the best American coi respondents of
the Darings, in London t nnd when one
ofthe head partners of that house, Fran
cis During, tho second son of Lord Ash
bin Ion, visited Philadelphia, his birth
place, in the year 1313, hocallcd nt the
counting-room of Mr. Girard, whom be
'WobVrjtJof, llio" already mentioned
oldest cleik in tho cttablislimenl, told
him if lie wanted lo sua Mr. Girard, he
must visit him early in the morning, nt
hit luie. farm in the neighborhood of
Ihe city. Haling went to (he plneo in
dicated, nsked for Mr. Glrunl, nnd re
ceived tho reply "Yonder lie stands!"
They pointed out to him a small, low
set man, of about nixie, witli gn.-y hair,
bare-headed, without coat or jacket, and
his shirt sleeves, rolled up nbove the
elbow, who stood with a hay fori; in
his h ind, helping lo load liny on n farm
waggon. Hit said, "Is that Mr. (Iir
nrdV" ''Yes," they nnsucrctli when!
upon he stepped up lo him nnd gave hit
name. "So, sot"' remarked Gimid,
"then you nro the son of tho man who
got married here 1 Well, now, I 11m
very ulad lo see you, but I have no
lime lo talk with you nt pteseut t It is
harvest time, und I Imso n great deal lu
do. There, walk around yonder n lit
lie, look al my corts, nnd got soma of
thu folks lo gite yuu it glu is of milk, for
you can't (lad such milk in all London',"
Mr. Glrunl s perfectly right. The
Iaondon milk is notoriously Ihe vilest
beverage in the world Ihat bears tho
name, llailng complied with this blunt
invitation ; in he himself wns nn eccen
tric, nnd, mnteqiieiilly liked eccentric 1
bo win wonderfully tickled with Ihe
thought of what a curious reception lliji
was, fnronnuf tlw heads of Ihe first
house in London to meet with, at the
hands of one who stood nt the dead of
llm first houre in Amerrca. I'iricrit
Corj'Kit Dmcovuuius is Canada.
We luve several limes, Ihe preeiit
season, mentioned the reported discove
ries of Copper nnd other til rials on Ihe
Canadian tida of L ike SujKirior nnd
Huron, but as parties have not In all ea
sel, Secured their litcalions, we have not
been at liberty lo give particulars. We
continue 10 hear from Ihe mvst reliable
sources that Ihe explorations hare been
attended with Ihe greatest tuccrsi, nnd
Ihat veins of the Urgeit size have been
found on the shore of both lakes, that
protniae In rival in richness and extent,
Ihe be.t mines in the world. Nor is Ihe
Copper found in lite form ofttilpliurctt
in all cues, at has been generally tup
posed it ould be j nnne very Urge
Copper vs-ins bavo Iteen found on Ihe
north shore of Like Sjirkir, spedinent
of which wo now have In our possession,
and whleli appear In be Ihe tame, in
their prinsripl rharaclerittiei, nt the
kein-atone oftlm noiih .bore of the lake.
We Bond Iwuljr t-sptrl nwne of ibeie
newly distyrverwl v4m iw turn out. In it
tbort lime, to betb lrgl inintt in thn
workl, ai1 that, . kku as llm wtwlill
of Ibis exlcnttve tnlsiaral rrgiou ahall
bewHii. koown la riiifristg sui-liiiliiis at
laoow and aWtavl, ax iminenaa fuinUij
t . ..in . i..-., .a. . r
lb- kakllblfl ilaMtrVS-rw-a. U,lul
iMve k In mir ier-r l sits, lb- nit
j w, s' i.Va iitraHim in Ut'O? tbsrrii 1
bef re our rea rs sVilt Sp trior Jr.
pTtAaaitk, h tiwi J.ara.1.
Tint nwiiwii'ii ti. Sana. j
At the present time, when Ihe an-1
nvxalion of tho Sandwich Islands to tho
Unites! States Is a prominent point for
dtifstttion, both in private and (tolitiCAt
circles and when a treaty fur lull
end It laid to b even now In prooest of
consiimmillon by )h government! f
Ihe respective countries, n brief sketch
of thit imK)naitl litlta itlniil-kingdom
Cannot fall lo be both Interesting and np
Tho Sindwleh Island! are slluatcl
tirar tha cyntt.ii of Ihe North Pacific
Ocean, lietwcen lat 18 deg. 10 ruin, nnd
22 deg. k'O mm. North, and Ion. IS I deg.
.'.'I min. nnd 100 deg. 13 into. West.
This group forms as it were, the north
ern ndvnp d guard of lh great Island
world tif the I'arlUe They nro ihe hall
way tation or tlia Paelfl.- mute, being
nearly equi-ilisfaut from lha chief ports
In Atactica nn Ihn onu side, nnd sla
on the other. Timy constituto the gen
eral rondesvoMt for the whntesmeli wins
frequent the Northern Pacltle seas. '
The group comprises the twelve ItUndt,
which cover 1111 aggregate area of tlxly
one hundred tquaro nillr-t. F.ighl only
of the Islands are inhabited.
Thit little island-cmpiro of the west
ern world Is supK)sod to havu been ori
ginally discovered by tomij Spiulih na
vii.ttor, us upon n chart found in a Span
ish galleon which was captured by Lord
Anseii in 1718. there was laid down a
group or islands answering in all essen
li.il respects to those. Captain Cook's
discovery Is the llrst, however, of which
we bivo nuthentlo record. This re
nuivned navigator anwr tlm Island, and
cnsl nnchorin the harbor of Wairnca, In
January of 1778. Vancouver was the
next visitor, and hit arrival, which was
in 1792, created turlt n sennlion tlmt
llm lCIng ritml a.inall tjlnnd lo tho Hril
islij but it was never neceptcd. Subso
quently many American vessels Iradcd
therefor sandalwood nnd in 1810 n
school for thn edurntion of tho young
t dander was established hy Ihe Presby
terian board of foreign mission.. Tho
first regular mission was organized in
1810, und nftcrwnrds successive mission
ary parties were tent out, until eventual
lv the Inhabitants wcru converted from it
rnro of barbarous heathens to n chris
Tho missionaries liavo been laboring,
however, among a decaying race. When
Cook visited thu group in 177!) it. was
teeming with inhabitants. He compu
ted Ihe population nt four hundred llious
and and that his compulation did not
nfHoncotivcrilowIng population by thu
countless foot paths not yet entirely ov
ergrown with grass ) by thu sites of an
cieut villages, of varied extent, und oc
cupying every favorable pusiiiou I nnd
by the various remains ol templet, iiquts-
duct, ivc., some of which would be re
garded ns extraordin try works oven in
the United States. Within the compar
atively briof spicu of seventy-sk years
this dunst! population has dwindled down
lo sixty-five thousand, and of this num
ber nearly ten Ihuusnnd tiro whiles. In
1818, the year when tho last census was
tiki-n, the total population was80,Cl ;
the number of births 1 178, deaths 7011
thus giving Milccrcaso during the year
of 01 nfi inhauitiinli, mi l tint is about
tho ttvemza annual tlecrease. Tho n i-
lion's po'irio of empire is fulfilled, It
has long tineo passed Ihe summit of its
glory, nnd ii now rapidly fading nwny.
In Ihe language of n native historian
"011 account of tlia magnitude of the.so
evils which hate come upon the ICing
tlom, Ihe Kingdom U sick ; it ll reduced
to n skeleton and Is near death yea,
the wholo Hawaiian lCingdom is near to
The cauict of tho rapid decrenenf
thu numerous population wh'cls onre
llourlshed lliroughout Ihe group cf Is
lands may be traced i-hlefly lolhm vils
whleli naturally attend an excess of sav
age population. Indolence was one great
cause of their decline. This vle seems
to have been constitutional with llm Is
landers, and to have grown from (lie
mlldnest of the climate, Ihe profutio 1 of
nature's bounties, and tho iinrerlalii ten
ure by which Ihey held their iOioioli.
Pestilence, another prominent cause of
their decay, has nt limes swept o.cr Ihe
iiland and fjun I in my viciimt among
the Indolent, tcnsinl natives. When
ICamcbamcha I. resided at 0 ihu, more
than half of Ihe Kipulalion of the island
was twept away in s tingte year by
ilrealful disease. Licentiousness has
been, and still continues 10 be, pmbapt
the moil powerful, und nt Ihe tame time
the mott deplorable tourreof their de
cline. Hcfore the gO'sl elfutl of ilia Mis
tlonary't work liegan to Iw mWifeit.lhe
crime of InfautieidB was (riliirutl prev
alent among Ihe people. It was 10 com
mon that Its parallel was never known
In any other country. Human sacriOer,
too was praetied ujn every publie oe
cation, and the altars which reeked with
ihe blood of the victims al Ihe rxmt-luslon
of every war or sietory.at every failure
or remsrkable toeeett of lha crops, at
eery tlekne, f.ivry or death of a
kin?, still rein sin, mournful meinuritls
of lb pasL WIuu will let the result of
Ibi gradual detny. of this pawing away
of tlie original inhbiUntt t.f the toll,
norm can (til vbiUr lltty will con
form wish lb ImbUi nix) rustoms of rir.
"T .. .,
1 ' ' broltors.
; or wlr-tl-r t. 4nrs whiob teni lo
bsng uur (torn mil rrmaiti onfutiiHt-l
to lonj at Ibxra coilioP!- tn'jng tl 1
liking one in wlw Veltit ibrnt flows Ihe
bko-l of llm irtbo of Kiapliam,li, rr
mains to tar seen.
It Is i-illmstcd thst the titty svna bun.
dml square mlUt which csmpritr lha
nm nl lite. Sandwich Itlindi, Is capa.
bl of supporting between four ami five
hundred human to liia. The toll w hlch
Is fatorably situated for cultWatlott Is
generally scry fertile. A comidensbto
nniount t-f sujtsr Is already mumift. lur
ed lltere. nnd It lias been ompule-l (hat
one hundred thousand acres nf th. Und
upon fouroflha prlnripal isltndi might
Im tMi.ily made lo prolate, three ihmi
ssnd Kund oftuifAr per nemi svliirh,
at five rents a pound, wimld be worth tif-
leen million dollars. ltlT.irts have torn
tnada to piodue three thonvnnd pounds
of sngtr per acre, whleli, HI live cenlsn
Kiiiud would hi worth filVcn millions
of dollars. litl'orli have been made In
intrxKlure llio culliiro of silk upon the
islands, bill owing lo a heavy drought,
ndded In the IguorNnen of the proprie
tors, nml oiIhiC iintakorabln riruum
ttanccs, the project fell through.
Hut it is ml by nny means in natural
productions tint the iiiiK)rtauce of the
islands ronsiiti; it Is rather in their
jtositlon 111 nu tnlrriot, nr neutral sta
tion fur trade. 1 ha commerce of the
island is considerable, nnd is liictvhtlng
from year to year. In 1821. forly-tlx
years nfler Ihey weru vl'lled hy Uipt.
Cook, one hundred nnd threti u-tl
touched there. In 18,12 the Islands
were visited by flvn hundred and eighty
The Legislative power it vetted in n
king, n houso ol iio'.iles nnd a bouse of
rcptvsciitutlvn. Tlm legislature 'as
sembles annually in tho llrst week in
April, hiimehnmclut HI. tho reigning
king, Is moru lhati forty year of age,
nnd is mild In hu tall, robust, unliable,
lutlllent, nnd generally prcpottctslng
A Klarl .nil a hurirltt,
Tho ICnickcrbocki'.r Magazine, fur Sep
tember, hits lha following relating how
n Professor was sold. A correspondent
relate! hnw nt 11 "Malt) nnd l'Vmalo Ac
ademy" sundry couplet had broken
the rniu which prohibited the caged
birds to ncociatn.
And at length ll had come to the ears
nf llio faculty that such was ihe mti ,
und that nu nuiidry occasions pairs, inula
and female, had been ohtcrvt-d to enter
the gate of the front ynrd from llio II-
lngo street ill unseemly hours of tho
night, in -direct contravention of thu sin.
tutu in such rasa made and provided.
This was a breach of tlliciiillno ' not lo
a... aii.iinv-a 'J .iii.-i.-, . ,
nnd ns n remedy, it was proposed in 11
solemn convocation of thu towers that
were, that onu of their number, whote
room was conveniently stunted for the
pnrpoie, should keep careful watch and
ward, and that when he shout I rce 11
guilty pair approaching from their noc
turnal violation of Ihe law, hu should
stealthily creep out, pounce upon llieiu ,
and h.'iklngciiught them in Jhiynwtt de
licto, they should before the ittsuiublml
school, be tnada lo feel thu terrors of the
This scheme soon hecntno known lo
some oftlm tinners, nnd Im sunnur known
than 11 counterplot was hatched. It wits
determined that onu of Ihn boys should
array himself in Ihe dress of a lady, or In
so much nf n lady's dress nt hu could
gel and hu knew how to get tin I thai
nnather young gentleman slhiutd tit-company
this counterfoil young lady upon
nn cvoi.liia't walk, nu I that when Ihey
returned limy thotldlako good caru lo
bo seen by thco'Ik-iiil py.
To obtain the necessary materials
fur n disguise, n detceut was mudo iiton
tin! painting room, where Ihe young la
dies kept tho gitrinriilS which llu-y used
wliltu pursuing their tlildlftt there 11
gnwtl, ih iwl und hood wtrn procured,
nnd with these we made what served
our turn for a lady nn the ocrnsioii not
scry graceful, certainly, rior rnlcululid
for dote InsjK-clltn, hut "the" did, ns
the sequnl showril. Tlmt equipped, the
lady and her attendant gentleman f nil,
Ij was about 1 1 o'clock, of n beauti
ful summer's evening ; the moon shone
brightly in the itild-henki-n, and not a
sound was to be heard tire Ihe faint
chirp of Ihe cricket, or the far-off hark
of some sleepless cur. The faintest foot
fall was painfully tllsiiurt. The guilty
pair pas-d through the front g Ho Into
lli tillage street, and In a few minutes
returned, nt it bail berwi arrungttl that
Ihey sltouH be dstcaltnl at thit ilags of
At Ihey euterml ibe gale, tlgiial was
made by our. of the noiiipirMort to nl
Irart llio n,.gnIion of h oflkial l-k-nut
II npproactitd (hi window of bli
room, looknd ojt, when lot lo hit eutar
gaze, in plain light, appeared theoffajnal'
iu p4ir,npparrntly unconscious of thssir
dangtir, and enjoying with great guatrj
ibeir stolen ItilttrvUw. II ijiietly lip
mI out of hit room an p .tsl Vw la
llm ruom In front, nnl there, in lite
tlta'low of th bull ling, awaiinl their p
proach. The p'r slop aUnt lol.toay
of th yard, and term u be gtitng at llw
.tars. Tlw g urJirtn of lb night grows
Impatient, and .aunlert tlowty tu.ards
thein. Tby e"iru-4ca a l-w rtrtst.
H siatekerit bit ,iep, an, ibt-y Wp
Ihatr dlrtAI-a. Hat irmwi furluoi al lb. i
an Uvirfis minnpi lo nittapt. and biatiksl
Into a ileiMraie iun,
And noar -u.Mtnrrd a r-teo. lb lsk
of w bids ( may rw rr loi- Its tee gla
T1. lily and tor lttjiil lx (tv
flifl.l like startles! Jrsrr. Tb tt.tt f
llm psirsurr and putiur.1 mtwimled
Ihroufh the drseitrtl tirtvt lik tins
(barging rf npiadron tr liorw. On.
rut, thry Dew. the pursuer ipslas 1 tho
ptlUnlry of the grt.llprr.su dcserti Lint
and with it be Uni ts the lady 1 and now,'
poor thing, wliAlshivtl she Ut Tbsi
r.Mtslrpi lafhlnd hr grew mm distinct
every motntrnt 1 she strains eir ry ntrvft
but brr dress Impede her ttfpi It will
Hot daj tho ttikitt rlllitr yield to brr
fate or visa adopt n tie. penile and Ut
tr tart. And Iben, In l,c r fteniy, throw
ing Aside all maiden m -dusty, she seliet
the skirts of her tltw, and rpilckly
drawing them up around tier waist, with
fistril limbs, she darts away, and It toon
irejotnl the Mtnth of pursuit.
And ihe purtuor! Th.re ha stands thn
pletntt; of nslontthment anil chagrin.
When lie saw the first upward movr.
Hunt of the lady's dies ho had topped,
(he ks n mo-let man.) transfixed with
horror nt llm Idna Ihal audi deprtklty
liould cltt, nnd displaced btforj bis
l ife ami eyes 1 and next, nt the upward,
timvcniDnt displayed n limit pair of calf
skin iaiots and rnttlmrm pantaloons, lha
consciousness of having bvcu Vild' fiaih.
t-il over his mind und rnniplclcil his ills,
romljluroi which was In no ul.u dimin
Ishcd hy three henrty -hcort from llm
thtuull of the young tcampt who had
Uiitghl him Mi cheaply. He crep! bark
to tils room 'a sadder but n iter roan.'
Origin al III. Jlluilrril ll.aa...ra.f ,
The hiilniiini Hil.lreth, who it now
engaged nt one of ihe cdilor4 of lha
lloslnn Telegraph, Is doing n Rotnl, tor
vice by writing out, in different edllorl.
nl, the histories of llm xllilc.i partict
iif itmrniiiilry. At his advnnecd age,
the scciict of Ihe past artesicMcd with
11 cundur and fairness not nliinys tnniil
festeil by ynungrr nnd mnro nmli'lloui
. rl I ra m.1,11. I r. 1 1 llli 1 1) ll rCpOl lit lOtl
ns n hitlorlau will i-onunnnd for hit
present writings, that attention nnd r.
spect w hidi ihey glvo promlte ofdescrv.
lng in nn eminent degree. We copy
below his retnarkj upon the '-origin of
ihn modern Democracy i"1
The party so long influential In I tin
policy of the Union, under Ihe iinnin i.f
the Di'tnocrnoy il good name enough,
but sadly abused, havliig.lo all appear
unci! n-cclvfd its death blow in theetet.
lions )u'l complclnl, tome litltn nceouiit
of Us rite nnd progres,ilecl!nu and fall,
nm mi iiuervsiiu 111 mo pruscnt mo
ment, especially lo Ihat largn class nf
rilUuns loo young In havo nny personal
knowt ledge of Ihu uyents of 11 tjnartir
of 11 ccniury ngo.
a 1,1. a.vS,j7i Mill, pull;, IHU reciJIIUUI
llio mime, nnd In several point 1 of Ww,
tint lineal descendant of the older parly
whose nnmn It borrowed nnd whose heir
nnd rcpreStntallvti It claimed to be,
was liku that, in its origin, essentially a
scrJlonal, Southern party, t had lit
bit 1I1 in Inutility lo the election of John
Quinoy Adams lo thu Picildcncy, an
rleellon broughl iihout by Ihu almost
iiiiunlmous voleof Nnw ICngluud iliong.
ly tupporled hy New York, nnd favor
ml by the most Intelligent and liberal
iiilndisl cltixentof the Middle, Koullir-rn
n-id Wi-stem State, with Henry Clay
111 their head.
Ailiins aim his rahlnet ndmlnlslrred
I ho government in n judlclout and un
excvplioiuildq uiuuner, (nobody will now
quest ion thai,) nnd yet they encounter
iil ii, violence mi l ilnilencp of hostlljty
sorli n Iuvij tcarcely tinec been patal.
M. For twcnty-llto year prior la
Ihe election of Adams, llio ndmlnlttra
lion of the federal gnverwiicnl, or as It
ii jnnting lo lie, the nnti-Sluto rights
fislilon 10 call It llii national govern,
mtiit hail bej-t) completely under lha
control of llm .South 1 nor during nil Ihat
icrlod had any Northern man been nbla
lo fihtnln any national nppolntment, ho n.
ever paltry, except by making himself
tliv huiublu lied of Sculhent Kllcy
Indeed, il wasouly by Ujwlug hit proud
und reluctant kiteo lo this very idol,
that Jud'i Q, Attaint hud put himself In
tint line of promotion which finally re
tullnd in Ins election at President,
The Southern tUic-huldcrt weui wl
ling enough to put all Ibe bard work of
the adminitlration of Ihe government
up-jii Nurlhertl tuUirdlnatos, and lo re
xatil llmui for their inUcrvcncy by In
ferior apiiiitluei!tt. Hat thu Idea of M
Nortlnrri mm fur President was, at
that lime, hardly more (lalalable (o I hem
than I h Idraof a tutored tnun would
tie iwnr, '1'hey have gone n grrat many
stpt tlown from the lop of tho ladder
tines', as Ihey have uUltiJantly tho wit
in inking up with Pierre for a Presi
dent, Previous lo Ibe diction of
Adams, and oding tin Presidential
eanvjr, the Sotithtm polilicUnt I' a I
been divided into thitxj Utter factions
of Crawford, Jackson, anl CUy men
but Immediately afW lire eltctlxi of
Ad imi, Ihey all united with fstwexcerw
lions fut Clay was able lo rsrry with
Mm ulM '(k1I part of l.is supporters
in a flrrsta linlermirUktioii lo win back
ibe control of lh jviH-rAl guvernmeiil.
With llkit objwei In ilew, Craw fold be.
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