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.ATVIiEBOKO, Vt THirB'SMAy. JUNE 0, SS42.
, 7m)- (Ac Democrat,
For the Daughter of n deceased Friend.
To 1110 it sccmcthjsarrilcffo to spread
AfTcctloii'a tncniorlcB, long nnd fondly Conn'd,
HcToro strange bctuU, to whom an idle ttilo
Thoy aro, os idly tnld. Hut for thy mother's lovo,
Maria, I redcAn llio pledge my mother gave
Andspcak to ihec in brief uf clays long since,
Kfc cure had paled thy parent's beauteous brow
And its rotlsth pathway broko lief cliccrful tread, t
And when eeasc to Iw a mominifTlt
For limoV rude Uhreriesof jpy and Hhf,-X;
Am 1ifrtmuwoef omtrfhiiiih!pfnrrii
love's iminnruil frast uljita Hcnv'en ranl "
Some fi iiirid maV Pii turctirfny little" OtiK "
The hopes and Iul'Ii sustninincs of my euulj.
With all its rfftHsaU14 fttW'VW" l
To.Icurn Mas ninacr use ana aiare turn icci
For thcin, e'en thioufrh their mother's inntiory,
As 1 for llicc, loved d.uirhtcr of my fiiend t
Heat en tlncw its links nronnd our infant hopes,
And love in us did havo "its pcilect tvorlc,"
For lliou'.'li unlike in teinperanient, there
Minplcd no dijirnsl, no element of stiife.
Oft when my spiiit, impulse led, would danco
Cicution o'-r and span the extremes uf wild
And j iyous mirth, her quiet senile's reproof
Folded my frutdy tving and nurtured thoiiglits
Of maidei'lly icserte and sober (ruining.
Sometimes, (and proud and sweet the achievement
To mv leader ape.) foilh fioin its pensive mood
-llersiiii it, lined by mine, look hue's bright car
And joyous tones.
And music, such as I
May ncter hear again rcmemher'd strains
For which e'en mnv,l shun the voice of song.
Fell from her lips upon my heait, when sad,
To echotherc of llcucn (ureter!
farewell, dear Clara, ever blcss'd
Thy memory (o affection's rest;
In .ill the scenes of early life
Thou wcrt my ballast 'mill ils strife. .
Top-ether spor ted ttc 'mong flowers"' -
Tos-ethcr built our play hnnseMiitw'ra,
And ljuph'd utid sunn" niifl chatted tfuvj1
njwiicl thuttoc)at Jiour away ! .
J''y as sinbeams chatc the dew
commciicctl intrenching upon very advantageous daughter is playitig forcjhrliir singing in a1 is pit
ground A party of skirmishers sent out upon forpign Imtyuage -Ifns loftfttt- 4mJcr a foreign gold
thelr.front had a good effect, and hilled 30 of master hits finishetlMier citication in a foreign of (lit
platted, and cither twisted round the red and and was running ftv. dit tlio hoar being, in
Id studded for., else intermingled with (ho folds pursuit. The animal rose up heforo Itito. ami
f ihciUirbnn. A kind of loose iclic. or spencer, was attempting to site him not a verv fraternal
thein without loss on our side. The ground that . country going to ho marntM to a foreign county with open sleeves, and generally of rich emhroi- hug, when diedog seized her behind. -Assbo
I was on, not hoing fit for a general action, wc , (don't ho dependent on Jotjoigners for your dcrod velvet, and a common petticoat, complete turned- to slrifui uiblow at the dog with her paw,
retired ono mile, encamped and called a council supplies.) The footman chins. ColTec from ' the costume of the fair Smyruiotc. T.I10 JcwcS- tlio mail stfucfe llc'c with his ctiiit-? "with nil his
of war, when it was determined to send two dc-, Mffcha. Ten from Call' ... faugaj,frbm Siam. ses wero seldom seen in public ! however, more strength ; a second .blow broke his guil'Mwlien
tachmonts to' (he roar, whilo the remainder at- At eleven you dot.
tacked in front, ThtrlGth rfroving. rainy .afford-' concert n taMu.
.. jfjv)ar.frbin Siam. j ses wero s
K-LwHifO'n" to a. o their tri
tt'tlTtM' forcicu cutal cost
tribe anon, ftlingledyvithijptheso Ori-'tho bunt rushed upduliiin, He .seized llfd ani
cd tho cntfciv.au'ojtportunUy .tofrjfiiJI his,, Oricrwtic witn?Sthe' pP
'eipvTiIlirdg'brcrvst work, inform O'eti. Ilttr- Jigiiravtc, Fanny-Shbw-her-regi,
SifJ'iio of lne"Sittlation,& roqitost a reinforcement, tent for express from tho Pftls&n
yntlioTliTOrtli iirr -of (he It 1 1. Uo . Simons tnitieil special eliKsrtainment 01 wiofomv
r.. t . ... .i- , . - i i i i. i.i mi'. ,
itj"' luiuiuu uukii cukiuiiius. uouucis annusnawia are now mai ov i er ear. anu i e u ncr on ni ar n s ciurtn
ho admirable fiearlv as comuiou as iiiiLndorii'rjfiaTanss ,rflfil.tMvilh.huJotl1iaiidlnn (ha,scufllujhnv all caffin1'
...t... i - i.-J I. ... . ,.B- iBWT. .sa .TWfc V.ti nW: . .v.-:. . . .Ptmx
"as uuuii uvun nuu one or iwo paRsingtgiariccs-ai tno mys- iiotvn logciuer, too man uppermost anu siuiinoi-
cnp'Kal, for tho ' teriotis and fluttering "inidclto" of Calypso's isle. ding on. Uy good luck his right'hand hapieiicd
ho cannot en- To this list must be added the swarthv" and thick 1 to fall unon a stone as lanrc as ho could conven-
pus with a party of Berkshire tnililin. In pursu- tluro the thoU(ht of seeing their-countrymcn dc- lipped beauties of Ethiopia ; nnd a more varied , iently grasp; with this ho struck tho ibdafl with
ancc oi our pian, i ticincucu t-oi. inicuunia wmi penuuiii un luri-iuinwa iui iiu.ir oumiui;.-). luih:i.imiii m iiuuris couiu notvnere oc lounu, , an nis strcngin upon me noau ano nose, a very
'OU men to the lelt, and Uol. Herrick, witn uuu uiiring the wiioie oi mis titetcu ot wnicn tvoi or uo ueenied more worthy ol the zenana ol the
to the right,' with orders to (urn (no enemy s aro able to give nut the Pare outline, the anilicnco Dicsseii 1'ropliot in Ins m:vciH1i mill highest hcav
And licit our frequent mrctinc' How,
As roain'il wc o'er tho verdant fields,
lu search of berries ranged the wood,
Or un sonic lofty bankineut stood
And g.izi d upon the leaping spray.
Timed to the tune of our hcait's play,
Or in pome swert and lonely dell,
Hound by creation's holy spell,
Wo reared an altar fioin the sot)
And worshipp'd theicour Futlur, God!
O, Clara, those wcic hours of 1 ilss
Though (bouait gone, they still exist,
For each leturuiug Spiing renews
Of those lovM scenes the wonted hues:
And since in care anil hope l'vo protcd
Heaven's all-sustaining power and lute,
RIorc Tragi ancc lingers in the Hott er,
More bright is friendship's hallowed liow'r
All earth seems now the "House of God,"
The skies ils dome i its verdant sod
Altar twice hallowed, for Hwus there
We oll'er'd Heaven united pray'r, -And
there thy mortal. finds, repose,
Hut thou ait uiiui3fciin spirit, given
To charm our thuiights away to Heaven !
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at the end
flanks, unite their force and attack his rear. ' were convulsed with laughter.
Cols. Hubbard & Stickney, with 200 men, wero wero loud in tjicir app!atiM j I
,w,.-l,..l .,,, bio rw.l, I ,1 1 fill hnmlr.wt ct n I inn ml S !
n Vrnnt n attract Their attni.tinn to Hint nnar(or. Tr.MIT.nUNCn. Hon. Thomas F. Marshall, at
'tvhichWas tollottctl up liv the remainder ol my inns bdaulilully describes ins
little army. 1 pushed up in front with the reserte, "rclcaFcd from the dreadful slavery
i .1 I I J
anu ill ii lutv iiiiiiiiius uiu iiuiiuu uuuiuiii; yunui .n. auce :
It lasted about two hours, ami was the hottest en- j gj j wou,( )ot cvchimgrl,!,,, physical sens
gngaiMontl hato over witnessed, resoinblllig a .,inlls,,,n ,, sollsn nr Srt.,,,1 hnlmr tvlii-b
cn.-Lulontl napicr s Jlxcursitn along the Shores
of the Mcclilcrmnran. .
ExriiAonniNRV Pr.nroitMANcr. or Div
in froiK to attract their attention to (ha( quarter. 1 r.Mrr.nuNcn. lion, i nomas r . m.irsunn, at i jTitAoitniN.tnv rr.nroitsiANcr. or wivine
About 3 o'clock, Col. Nicholas began the attack, ' a recent tompcrcnco,,meet)jig, in jVashinton, ! WoitHtiif. cstcrday mormngdivineservico was
tvhiclMvas followed up by tlte 'reinaintrcr of my 'tlilis boablifiilly tlescribes mj'Ycclings at'being lrforined-.u the Institution of tho llefugo for the
little army. 1 pushed up in front with the reserte, 'cleaFcd from the dreadful slavery of inlempcr-1 A,l!n' iJcM'tute Deal and Dumb, in IJartlett's
vulnerable part in a boar,) and whilo he held Jlns
grasp with his left hand, lie actually boat the bearer'
to death with tho other. The skin of tho animal
.: I .1 1 mi.. .... - . . iMtlUIIO I!U IIIVIU.
twiiuiiii.u iiiiuiuiT. i lie enemy tvere at iasiTi.i4--s.'.f-..-...i... rr.u.f . c !. r. n
compelled to abandon heir field pieces and bag-' ,al itlloxil.ill(! his htM llotnil?(l lli3 liur.
and surrender tucmelrcs as prisoners ol , clrl, , ,i, i.,:..r,, .;,i, ...i,:i. t,
bounds from his couch in the forning-thc sweet
repose i( yields him at night-8thc feelings wilh
war. 1 hey wero well enclosed by breast works,
with artillery: but the superior courage and con
duct ofonr people proved too much for tliom. In
a few m i 1 1 ii t os wo were informed that a largo re
inforcement of tho enemy were on their inarch
and within two miles of us. At this lucky mo-
tvhich he drinks in throtish'Uiis clear eves (he
beauties and the grandeur of surrounding nature;
I say, sir, I would not exchange my conscious
being, as a strictly tempereiKS man the souse
i'..t ttr 1- : ... ii
r"',v '", 'V. I "8",,u"75,m,u "I' lrl:s". " of reuovatrd youth-thegogiljrlay with which my
Ml.tii.il Ull ll.-i lllilllt IIMJII .13 IjUUIU OU
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conucicti to ins support uuu tue action continued
obstinately on both sides until sunset, when the
enemy gave way nnd was pursued until dark.
With one hour more of day light, wo should have
captured the whole detachment. Wc obtained
r. : ..(!. inna .....i. .r. .
un i iiu.iiu.s vi ui usB ixiiiiiun, i uuw si.i mis ui aims,', i, ,.,i,,r f.,i, ,i, i...,t r .,.i . i,
several llesMnn rfft ords, eight brass drums ,.,0 wnlBrawU, ,lc.' pr:.. d associations of ex(er
pr.o.iers, SO killed on (ho spo(, wounded, . ,, ll:lUlrc ro.opcncl tlt, finc avenues of
i 1 1 1 j ii ii. i ut; u 1 1 c 1 1 1 1 uiiutuou ins escano ot mar- . . i . . i i .i
, . n i . i" ; "" i' "j " i sense no, sir, though pdvor V t ogged me tho
VtyWn'utreiiVelWiit' I'm riot.-.
V HAf'lrrin OF 1U2NXINGTON.
.Affi5l)ON AN'I) STAltKU.
Tlfo folltiijit"-olitely furnished us.by
uv 'Stijvuns, Lisq., of Harnet, President of the
Vermont Antiiiuarian Society, cannot fail (o in
terest our readers and tho public tho descend
ants of Allen nnd Warner, Lnugdon and Starke.
They servo to keep in remembrance the heroic
achievements and patriotic sacrifices of our har
dy and chivalrous ancestors: j
Tho following anecdo(c of John Lanuuo.v af
fords a noble example of the patriotism of tha( de
voted friend of American Indepe.ndeiico, at this
hour of trial and danger. The Provincial Leg
islature was in session at Exeter, when the appal
ling news of the fall of Ticonderoga arrived. '
The members of that body were disheartened ;
the public credit was exhausted ; thero wero uo
means to subsist even a single regiment, provid
ed one could be raised. The men of Now Hamp
shire had already credited themselves to the ex
tent of their ability. John Lnngdon was, at that
time, Speaker of the Ast'Ciubly, and addressed
tho House as follows :
"I have three thousand dollars in hard money;
I will pledge my phi to for three thousand more ;
1 have seventy hogsheads of Tobago rum, which
shall be sold for the most it ttill bring. These
arc-at the scrvico of (he Rla(o, If wo succeed
in defending our fire-sides and homes, I may bo
remunerated ; if wo do not, thu property will bo
of no value to me. Our old friend Starke, who
so nobly maintained (he honor of our Statu at
Bunker Mill, may safely bo tripled with the con
duct of the enterprise ; and wo will check tho
progress of Hurgoyne."
This noble proposal infused new life into the
assembly; and in a few days, by menus of the
private funds furnished by John Langdon, a Un
assembled and on its march tor tho
much honor cannot bo awarded to our brave of-
ficeis nnd soldiers for their gallant behavior, in I
advancing through fire and smoke, and mount
ing breastworks supported by cannon. Had ev-'
ery man been a Charles the lJJth, or an Alcxan-1
dor, they could not have behaved moru gallantly.
1 cannot particularize any olliccr, ns they all be
haved with the greatest spirit. Cols. Warner &,
Herrick, by their intelligence and experience,
rendered mo important services; audi desire
tlie'y maybe recommended (o Congress. As 1
promised in my orders, (ha( the soldiers should
have all (ho plunder taken in (he British camp, 1
pray you (o inform mo of (ho value of the can
noii.aud Otlier.nriilory storeljo.stipjjiyre:
in the action, nnd am glad to come oifso well.
Our loss is inconsiderable, about 'M killed and
10 wounded. Very respectfully,
Yours, in the common cause,
Hon. Maj. Gun. Gates.
N. B. In this action, I think we have return
ed the enemy a proper compliment (or (heir Hub
bardlown affair, and their cutUng ofTS(. Clair's
"Don't be dependent on Foreigners'
Thu Carlisle (Eng.) Journal reports the follow
ing amusing and eloquent passage, a pan of a
recen( speech of George Thompson, Esq. (he
Au(i-Corii-law lecturer, delivered in that town :
scoin pointed its slow finirer
thoiioh want and destitution
of earthly misery, save only
ing etc from day to day fo
und noblest wreath thatovti
buildings, llolboni. The congrccation was com
posed chiefly of deaf and dumb persons, and this
is tho lirst attempt at-instruoting m scriptural
docilities by public worship that class of the suf
fering community laboring under the deprivation
of (ho sensoa of hearing and speaking ever made.
The service was conducted in thu following man
ner, and presented a most interesting scene :
Mr Itosscr, a deaf and dumb gentleman, per
formed, if it may be so termed, selections from
tho morning scivice, tthich was done by making
signs with his fingers, and tho rapidity with
which he did it waj wonderful. The Lord's
Prayer was delivered entirely by pantomimical
gestures, and; was aioautiful spijcmcii of ex
pressive silence. After the morning service, Mr
J. G. Simpson delivered a short but eloquent dis
course from tho thirty-fifth chapter of Isaiah,
nml it tens cntivevnil tn his nnilinnr.n thrntirrliMho
sudors o thjnorning, the glor- nln(jmn 0f signs, ns hcslowlv proceeded, by Miss
g sky Mioploom, the beauty, janot Crouch, a remarkably intelligent little
gill, only eight years of age, who, although noi
thcr deaf nor dumb, is as conversant with the
signs as the oldest of tho adult deaf and dumb
members of the institution. The rapidity of the
chilli's morions by which she conveyed tho dis
course delivered by Mr Simpson was astonish
ing. At the conclusion of the discourse they
were asked by the samo medium of signs wheth
er (hey perfectly understood what had been de
livered, (o which thev assented. The singular
spectacle of tho Holy Scriptures being expounded
vivacity with which the lleJbMod conrscs Us ex-
way through cvorj fibril of my frame, in
the communion high whi h tnf. healthful ear nnd
eye even now holds with n l tlrSgorgeous beauties
ol earth the splendors olthau
les ol the cveiiiu
at me as 1 passed
,nnd every clement
rime, met my wak-
ot for (ho brishtcst
encircled a states-
mail's brow; not, if some hngcl commissioned
from Heaven, or some demph rather sent fresh
I mm hell, to test the rcsistifiti slreimth of virtu- i,
dus lesolution, should term. Cmo back, with nll-ftur0.D The service will b"ccoiitiiiucd forhe pre-
tho honors which a world can bestow
can give, would
all tha( time and all that earth
1 cast from mo this prccioUl pledge of a liberated
mind, this talisman against temptation, & plunge
again into the dangers nndjterrors which once
beset my pa(h. So help iQO)Ulavru, sir, I would
torse could offer, and live:?
tt" - Tl'- I'
scut at die institution in Bartlett's buildings eve
ry Sunday morning. It is in contemplation to
have a regular place of worship in connexion
with this society for the deaf and dumb portion
of the community, of whom it is estimated thero
aro.ni Lionnon alone several thousands
was shown at this office; tho marks of the bruiscsjjf,
made by the stone are to be seen on the skin"'"'
which is nearly cut throughiin several placcaja
bout tho head. x'
Tho ferocity of this bear is accounted for. by
the fact that she had cubs ; these have since been
seen, but wo have noiheard of their'bcinr 'ahon.
The man is largo nrfd'athletic, and'sotriewhat ad
vanced in years. Will some one who knows
him send us his name?
Another she bear was killed last fall, near tho
samo place. In the rocks & ledges these bears
have found shelter ; though wo have never heard
of wolves or panthers being thero, AVgusta
' Henry Clay's I'oliticnl Honesty.
It will bo recollected th'at Henry Clay, about tho
time of his retirement from (ho Senate, introduced
Bcvcral resolutions, embracing among others thoAfol-. '
Resolved, therefore, That Congress is called upon
to retrench its expenses by abridging the duration
of the long sessions ; by regulating and more clearly
defining the mileage of the members; and by dimin
ishing its contingent expenses, nnd espjicially thoSO
incurred for stationary, for printing,, foritlic employ
ment of clerks for committees, and.for foldingprintj
ed matter to bo transmitted Through the mails, dicier
This is all well! Wo ore. 'for' going further, for
cutting down tho per diem pay; and for rejliieing the
mileage one half and regulating it to boot. But this
is not now, (he uiaUcr tube considered.
It will also bo recollected, that after the Presiden
tial election of 1824, ono John Scott of Slissourirgavo
UIU VUIU Ul LIIUL fJlULO IU .JUJIU vljin.jf - i lUUIUO, l-
gainst tho known will of his constituents. i A
It will lie recollected that tlns.act ot.politicalitrea-
cliery, gave the. election to John 0,'ulncy AdamsJ'tvho
in Ulay'a own langnuge, being secretary ot Estate,
was "in tho lino of safo precedents" for an appoint
ment to tho Presidency.
It will bo recollected that as soo'n as Adams w"as
chosen President, ho appointed Henry Clay Secreta
ry of State, who thus became established "in (ho.lino
of safe precedents" himself.
It will be recollected tba( upon something moro
nn ...... ..s, . nfHi nmttji rri.nlll1lla rT riled MAVPlfntlnn 1?flO
iiio as I
costume, and diversity of people of different na
tions, Smyrna beats every (lung I ever beheld.
I had previously looked on Gibraltar as the Babel
of many languages; next, in this opinion, Con
stantinople usurped its place; but they were
both thrown far into 'the shade by the varied as
semblage I witnessed hero, in a morning's stroll
through tho market places nnd bazaars, Your
way in the narrow thoroughfares is often com
pletely stopped by long rlrijiysof camels, groan
ing under immense loads of figs', nnd preceded
by their uncouth nnd Tartar-like looking drivers.
'Don't be dependent on foreigners 1" This is generally mounted on a small ass. These wild
another very favorite cry of tho corn law makers. 1 looking mid bron.ed figures from tho interior gen
Methinks if they were to practice the doctrine orally rejoice in enormous turbans, and huge
they preach, thoy would bo "poor indeed." Let jack, or rather fisherman's hoots, which must add
us pay a friendly visit to tho man who preaches 1 greatly to the burden of tho already over weight
this docirino, and let us see whether ho lives up ed little animals which they bestride. You aro
to it. For the beauty of all preaching is that jostled by busy and noisy Greeks, ever in motion,
which is by practice. Let us go and dino with and resplendent in all tlio glories of tho uiagnifi
liim at his own houso, at seven, just afier he has cent "Pnlicar" costuinos.'oflfing, by their noisy
left tho House of Lords, whore ho has silenced vociferations and vchojujiBl&i'es, a marked
Lord Radnor by crying "Don't bo dependent on contrast to tho Turk ntjstatfjyM'orsian merchant,
foreigners for supplies," and shouts of "hear, ' who, with his ambcrmouthed'chibotik in hand, is
hear," will almost occupy a whole lino in tho patiently awaiting tho arrival of a customer for
1 who will than merelii plausible grounds, gross corruption .was
ylr.'Xrn.tTSr.Tn.Mnrnnf.. r..:n,n lT..AB.n..rtciarired uppl!aClailtohl90KfVlcuvtblSnwta!
tiu. poor ii.r. i, i;t.i,i, ,,.(. ,,. rj,.,.i rrn... ,..i,:i. ,i wen Jonn Bcoti wns a meinour oi tno itn'oii
. ittii isii y .ui. vj.j.i.i, iiuiii i, iiiv.li iiiu
have up to this time been debarred. London
Poi'i'i.ation or S.myiwa. For variety of '-Times.
Er.MALf. Lynch Law in Scotland. The Ross-'
shire Advurti-cr details a curious occurrence
which took place at Maryborough last week. A '
man named Cameron had circulated some im
proper assertions, calculated, in tho opinion of
tho fair villagers, to affect tho characters of sev
eral of them, and which roused them to such a
pitch of exasperation as to make thuni discnid
the moro tardy operation of tho law, and resolved
upon inflicting at once summary and severe pun
ishment an the culprit. l'"or this puiposc, the
whole women and children of tho village rose rn
masse on Monday week, and proceeded to the
house of (ho hapless wight, who, much to his
terror, had got some hint of (heir intentions, just
as tho infuriated crowd approached the door. To
fly from tho house was impossible ; and while tho,
object of public vengeance stood paralyzed and"
trembling ut tho magnitude of the danger, his
wife snatched him up by the "cuff of the neck,"
and in an instant had him locked up in her
clothes chest, and at the same time sitting on
, llio lid herself for additional safety. The crowd
having burst into tho house, every chink and
comer was searched, until at last his place of
gross, when that pure hearted and honest man, flii
hp P. Barbour of Virginia, was Speaker. He issued
a warrant for tho pay and mileage of this man as fol
2d Sess. 17th Cong.
P. P. Barbour, Speaker, 1623.
John Scott, of Missouri,
Mileage from St. Genevieve,
1100 Miles at 80 ccn(s, $SS0
02 days attendance 73C $1G1G
At tho next session, tho Presidential election had
past; it was known that thero wns no choice, and it
was ascertained by Mr Clay, that John Q,. Adams
"would do moro for Kentucky" thnn'nny other man.
In phnrt it was ascertained thai he would appoint Hen
ry Clay Secretary of Stuto! Mr Clay was thon Spea
ker, and issued a warrant to this same John Scott, al
lowing him as follows:
1st Sess., 18th Cong.
II. CLAY, Speaker, 1823.
John Scott, of Missouri,
Mileage from St. Uencvievc,
i ilu inucs ni cu cents ecru .
179 days in attendance 1432
Add 500 miles at 80 cents
500 miles short twice in travel
ling in coming hero by water,
1C00 miles at. 40 ccnts.ij
500 miles short seven times in'r,'
returning by water 3500
next day's paper. Alighting at his door, which somoof his rich silksor handsome carpets, which --!,, ... ,iuvr,.il rrnm u-hieli in thn
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pemups, is ujiuiiuu uy a iuiuiu luuuiiiiu i.iiiyu- are uispiu vuii uuiuu; uuu ni.iiiu greaiesi pruius-
tcr) you wipe your feet upon a map made of ion. Tho next stall is, may be, occupied by some
Russian hemp. (Don't bo dependent on for- cunning Israelite, or plodding son of Armenia,
oigncrs.) Over your head burns a hall lamp, fed who, with pen in hand, and an enormous tea
by oil from the Polar Seas, and supplied with a kelllo of a calpac stuck on his shaved crown, is
wick made from American slate-grown cotton. ' carefully noting down, in cramped and mystical
(Don t he dependent on lorcignors.) x on are characters, the gains ot tho day, and scarcely
raises his eyes ns ho casts .a glance ofsurpnse at
gade was assembled and on its
frontiers. To John L-mgdon , do wo owe the rai- s!imv, up s(ai ald fctcp il)lo thc drawing-room,
uiti if nml cnut ;i i tt I ii fT ti fliiu imllntit :irtni' tit Irnn. rn i t--v t. . n i i w. r n n
wniii null ouwuiimiii imik - j "- u'lifrn vnn I rnnii nnnii :i I ur ;nv I jjirnnt. I I if ill I ! ho rn mm mid r'.nrninsH n;ii! ni i.nmr ni nttr miiif i i i i . i i
men; and to John Starke, who knew no person- ,)u d endoMt OI, 'foreigners.) ' My Lord adtan- tars, it-haV,,!, "Dido" ttfit.on on their glazed d 1 ole ha i - ,uo
al foar, who was as cool and deliberate a.nid the CCSi Jrecd for dimi0r. coat'of tho newest tiki, are now having a spree on shore. Unless fi P 11 '
linrrv anil confusion of tho combat, as when u. ::.. r..,.i.:-.. ..c u i i i... .i. ... .i.: i:. . i i.i-.i 17. 'ii -...1 a : lu-i-rs. uis luniiLiiuirs, uuiit-iui , ui-iiii, .ihiuuiih
ploughing his acres at home, do wc owe die a-
enlevement ot ono 01 tue iuot nnii ant exploits sel j Mexican gold, China silk stockings, Mo- mans, and begging dertishes, Svrian Jews nnd
which grace the pages ol American history. rocro ,,un,pSi an, a CUrious Geneva watch, which Maltese sailors, tho picture'would bo incomplete, 1
Tho following letter, from General Starke to tells him you have been remarkably punctual, op far as legards. tho rougher sex. And now wc
General Gates, contains tho best account of the , He introduces you to his lady. Sho advances, take a peep at the ladies.
battle we have ever seen ; Over her pale intellectual brow waves an ostrich Remoter from its focus, innovation has, at
Jiciininglnii, Aug. 23, A D. 1777. feather. (Ostrich foathois don't grow in the Smyrna, made less rapid progress than in tho
Dear. Gi:ni:uai Yours of the 19th was re-' tails of our barn-door fowls.) Round her grace- capital ; and, as tho insignia of the faith, the tur-'
Theso facts wo havo taken from tho Madfsoiiia'n:
face of the prayers and entreaties of his poor Mr Scott was not only, for iho first time, allowed full
wife, ho was dragged forth, hoisted on a deal, 'travel by the river route, which he had taken because
and paraded through the village shoulder high, he could travel cheaper by tho river, than ho could
by d o women and children-die former taunt-. by nJ hf Mr claX ,!' ly c,0trrcctc,,1 lh war.rn''tl
. ; , . . ,. 1 .1 1 ., rn- .1 of his predecessors in this matter, and allowed Mr.
...g and jeering bun, and the lat er filling up the ScoU rrV twenty-ttvo hundred dollars for illegal ex
panses with vollios of clods and other soil mis- tras jn arrears! -silcs.
The next morning Cameton went to Ding- Mr Clay gave John ScoU n warrant for 31519 at a
wall and laid an information ngninst tho princi- single session, when he was legally entitled to only
S'-Mla. John Kcott voted lor Jonn Viumcy iiuums a
gainst the will of his constituents ; Mr Adams placed
Henry Clay "in tho line of safe precedents" for tho
rarisian lasuinti 01 saxony wool, mauo oy tno 10 tuts 11st no auueu v reiiciimcn ami Atisirians, ,i ,:,i, i,:c ;;. , n;,nii n.,d iie nhinn n
: 1 0...1... ., 1 1. ..,:.!. r...i:.. r.:-... ...i ... i.n ...:.. m "v ""
lllllliuilill wiuin a u1u.11.ii 111111 .111 xiiuiuii ugiii jii.us uuu vuiiiuiio uiivsip, 1V.IIUICI 111 X liruil- rini-lf nl I hpin rnllnolnil nhrilit hw tinnr nn 111 rn-
ggiug dertt?hes, Syrian Jews and lun, and. before his guard could interfere, ho
was pounced upon by half-a-dozen Amazons,
liflml nn thn uliarnnnpil oilonfif a lilnnk nr "wnnd-
you to Ins lady. Sho advances, take a peep at the ladies. en marc." which had been previously provided,
and again carried shoulder high through tho vil
lage, in the midst of the noise, (ho yelling, and
clodding of about 300 women and childreu.-
ful nock is a row of pearls from Ceylon ; over
her shoulders a profusion of Brussels lace ; in
Presidency of tho United States! Such was the con
nection of theso events. Welcavo our readers to in
fer from them what thoy please.
Let even a political friend of Mr Clay, if he bo a
candid man, look at this ciiormoiu alloieance and sco
if ho can justify it. Is it consistent with tho affected
economy of M r Clay now ? Is this tho way ho would
'regulato and moro clearly defino the milcago of
members ?" If so, the less of Ma sort of retrenchment
we have, tho better it will bo for tho country. Coos
ban' is here much moro nrovnlnnt than the 'fe? ' . mi 1 ... .i.: .: 1 1
so. in the gentler sex, a gSeater adhesion to-Ori- ' T 'l ' L r 'a Z " Tol ,n,-or l,s tho been so grcata
..." . . .. . .vi, .w, . .Yi'ih . . - ....... -. . . .ninTn n mitt , nn n nn no una in rpn n ni. I mi I r
I'10 nvnrv cliuilnrpd fair nlie. this nbiect of nnnular .1 . . ' .iL .....' iri, n
?1"V . . IIIO 1Vuriilll"UlUll IHU putt VCUI, iimmumo huiu w-
ceived with pleasure, and I should have answer
ed it sooner, but have boon very unwell ever.
DTT7r.'rt f!oiwml T .mpnltrthnu ii'rlttnn vnn iinnn thn- hnr hniubn fiireirrn fan: nnd farther I niiirht rro niital enslnms nuill enstumn Ic nhsnrved in thn I
a, ...... r...w......- ... j --a- .v-l--7-a- - every Biniiuureu i.ur uuu, uib uujuui ui i.ujiui.ir tho work ntrmcn the past year.
suuject, tviiu ivuuiii 1 niuai. tui ui.uijr vuiiwui in u- iu uinu mi-i "i """i"1""! wwi Iw.il' anger was tossed anu ori;cu on tno snarp angle crated every where, and havo produced tho into re
pinion. . ' I might talk of corsets and other things -as sacred, juBtmonJ or tho yAsljjjftgiSlcir charms are fur- j of dm instrument of toituro in a manner suffi- suits. This is not nt all surprising. It was tho
I will now give you a short account of tho ac- but will not. Lotus go down to dinnur. It is ther protected from any obtrusivo glance by tho cfet)t to cause acute suffuiing, The ceremony uorkingmon who wero tho most grossly deceived and
tion near this place on-thn 13th of Aug. "lining sproad'upon a table of Spanish mahogany. Thc addition of a pieco of black crape, which com- wag to have ended by duckui" him in a mill- imposed upon during tho hard cider campaign. They
informed that a party of Indians wero at Cam- lureous and vegetable dishes are from Dresden plett ly shrouds tho countenance, and leaves no- pond . but, after havino- madoC'tho tour of tho were told that the difficulties of tho times, occasioned
bridge, on their way to this place, 1 detached the turtle is from tho Dumanas (no sliding scale thing for thc most lively imagination to scizo on. viuag0 lc appeared so exhausted, that the idea If.LJ ', nfn
Lieut. Colonel Gregg, with 200 men, to oppose or fixed duty for turtle) tho contents ,r tho Towards evening, tho portly beauties of Armen- wna rdinqujshcd, and ho was ultimately deposit- eWun of General H
them ; and in tho night was informed that a large castors aro all foreign (ho delicious wmos arc nia may be seen nt the windows, and aro easily ed at i,s5w door. Tho matter is said to be ter times. Whig policy nnd whig me?suros, they
body of thc enemy were advnni-iiig in their rear. i all foreign the slide dishes aro all foreign, sent discernible by thoir "Dudu" forms, sleepy dark under judicial investigation. wero told, would immediately revivo business, pro-
T rnllind mv ltrhr.nlf. sent nnlnrs tri Ceil. Warnor. 1 un bv a French cook tho tonnue is reindeer ovos. nml fino complexions : tho volunttious lang- ,irn nn nrtive demand for labor, nnd hicher wages.
's head from Germnny. Tho dessert nor of their general appearance offering a marked i A Match for Crockett. Ono day last week, a Under the influence of the excitement which was got
The olives aro from Mount Lebanon contrast to the lively glances and sparkling black ; man, whose name we have not ascertained with up, many believed (heso statements, and voted for
are from Turkey tho raisins are eyes of tho Greek damsels, who display thoir precision, but aro told it was Cotton, was hunting Tippecanoe and Tyler too. But thoy have looked in
from Malaga the dates are from Syria the an-.charms amidst tho gaudy and often ill-assorted pheasants (commonly called partridges, but tho vain mr tno ucucr imw, mr ine i
pies from Now York-the grapes from Portugal collection of brilliant colors, of which their dress partridge is a smallo bird,) in the neighborhood '2
the preserved ginger from Jamaica tho mm is always composed, and which gives them a S of Worrotfiontogus Pond, in thooat part of IlaJ- B1(1 rnnst DOef. Hut thoy find that those who
from Italy the pomegranates from Egypt the much less modest appearance than their veiled lowell, when he hoard a great out-cry from Ins mvc gulled them with these promises, havo got them
prunes from Prance tho orangos from Lisbon. ( uud nunlilto Osmanli sisters. Thoir hair, increa-l dog. Going quickly iu that direction ho saw his solves into fht offices, and this is the only evidence
Tho dessert over, wo go to the ladies. My lord's ' scd by tho addition of false locks or colored silk, ' dog had been soiled by a bear, hut had got loose of better times thoy have discovered.
whoso regiment lay at 'Manchester, and also, anj tho boai
express to the militia to como iu with all speed to comes on.
our assistance, which orders tvoro promptly o-, tho figs
bcyrd. Wo thon marched with our collected
force in quoit of tho onoiny, and after proceed
ing five miles, wo mot Grogg in full rotroat, tho
enemy being within a mile of him. Our little
army was immediately drawn up in order for bat
tle, upon sight of which, tho British halted and