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BRATTLEBORO, Vt, WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1851
No, 40. .
is 1'uni.isiiGD every wi:d.ni:soav .MonNi.vi, Br
C3.KO. IVi NICHOLS.
OlTlco No8 GrmiHc l!ow, opposite tho Stngo House.
extract vmm Tim siur:cii or
Hcv. II H IS U Y WA1U) HI) liC II 11 K
Before the 1mcrican and Foreign 'nli-Slavcry
to this 1' i
I qlJkcrs to execnto it, lint when it comes down hmong
tho citizens, when it forbids lis hflping n man to lib
erty, 1 t-ny, God do so to mc, mid more also, if 1 do
lint Help him irt-cdomwnrii. torcai tippiai jc.iwiwy
Took urrn FncnnoM. Tlio following facts nro ro
uted in Frederick Douglass' paper:
A slaveholder, iiccompanied ly his wife and ehil-
Ootid A'eu York, .! (!,, I85L tins was not good ..roinen.ood. in mo comiis,--.-. , - " j,. w u , , I ni". " L"".. i.,: urn"."" ' ? "r ' . 1 w
is nothing, 1 think, Hint has come so ..carlo , ot '"i"1!.'"0 cr,.tu0 .,l,:,sV,"n. V".': iVM.s?ii!1 hWb,.uvimv of il o ,; & .n t r .. n 7,7 ,7. . , '. p7it' . 7, V ' . l 'i- .
itt.passjd.lo gult' .between tho South nm! ' o r . - -" Ip-Mrili-Ii ride, ho ventured upon tho dai.Borou.cxiK.r- hnn.an family. That 1 1 1 o A cn d c i n V o f S c 1 ci i e o ei . oh hi ' o.
as inc fugitive ciuvc imw. I am op posed i u'.v .7 "- : ., "... ,,i t mituwii inning his "ciaiici," in coi uiv with i s , have treated it with disi-n'-iml so Inmr U. imrlu.,,4 nt. I
;.!.. ct i . i . ..i i. ii n union- ii nil i uu uui c t nur in uiu uii'.mmw i . . - . . - o o j i--
iiLMinu ssmu Law in uiu ihm niiicc.ua-uikMJ " 7 . t..... c?..r... T..t...., v..L 1111111137011 jiriunii toil. ISVSOinosIrillliru.it not in. I tnbllla h m tn Is Unv in mnn nnnnvntniK v rmmnn.
.of what it compolsus todo. If fZ ,Zh ' ,.,
.u.i .ii .hiiuii una tumuli iu iiiu 1 ill la lUIlUUHIV Ul .
liaiil-Btrlctli' hi uilviinco. othcrwhe Sl.-Hl.
No pnper di?coiitlmieJ till nrrcarnge? are paid, except at ''l0 hdinmaiiily
the opt on or t ho pub slier. ' n convict, wnoso nmo wns just out nt tno inio rns- o ,.:, . " ,,,, , (,ilnru .r lihnrtt- - P",S8 o","i her ee
1 ! on, shonid csentw, 1 Blionhl not feel exactly lil ''"'I''V1'
catching hin. and sending him hnck.yot Mill I miglit ' ''", " , V I i co ofV.o Nor h I u.(l
no it and not led very unit y, onu J woiilil ilo.it it. J i ...nlln,. nnt,., ',H, !, fc.0
' was called upon lor the sake of the Union (laugh-1 , ,.' ' r-.:i
1 tcr) for lovo tho Union, ami I do not yield to any " "' "S ' " r " . . ,
' , i ,n, lnv f.,r ,l, If .inn. ,,. rvn tn tho mp.n- ! Tel V Ollll the CalinOI.Cer, ah.S ! WHS 0110 W'llO fired lit
irytii'0,iiii)iii iuiixi.'Ciut nicovciy. The Ttiintcr Sl.cun.
We find tho followiiiK nmoiiL' tho inisecllanootis I ''lU I'Ycclnan' lips n letter" fidm John Grcoorvi ii
selections oftho Chailestowu (S. C.) Mercury. IT it 1 Esq., giving the tbllowing accdimtof tlm most lioto'
thyslieop-shcaring that has over boon witiiusijcdi'nBw
far as wu know. IrA Vermont: Tlio oiinm!s!fiavd U'&ji, '
f couri-c lia'i4 tlio k'c&br-k'cciiliiL'i ."'Lfio'TTji lowltf "
Is tho letter i ; (fSae
11 V Mm AMI. MA II. WK1.I1V.
I sometimes have llinulil in niy loneliest linuri,
Thnt lie mi mv heart like tlie ilew on the llowcrti,
-l.! r.tunkjyne brieht uricrnnnu
lien my licarl warat-is,,. ,.n blnisom in June :
Tti. fln.l . .tilt. Il. I
The lireeze llutlcreil ilowii anil blew open the (lowrrj; 1
Inle n single while elomi, in lis inwen ol rct,
Un the while wing of peace lloalcil oil" in the west,
As I threw hark my trcses tn ealrli the coot breeze,
Wnrn thnt Klin nn Innrrni IiriMitli. Se.iolirnd. tn ilntm nn liic .. n,...ll t..nt;.n .... l.. .u
cc air of "Me model republic," a secret which piiohia, iiddicf.-cd to the Academy f-o far back as ' .,.
cpt, will, singiilnr wisdom, until the timo forac- . 1SJ., mid tinned with a single initial. The enso re- 1 vMi,
i-rii'n.l II !.!. I.... I. 1 r. I !...!. . ; .... .... . iOIJ
... . iiiiish,!, ui.'sniMin 111 vi.-u iiiu imuiu iuijuu iu in mo ueaiiso was ins own. j no pailicu-
'tt.n. ...ii... ii. ...i..... ....i .1: 1...1 11.
'liO QVjniiuiru iiiu miiii'iiujij,iiiiv .iiiiijih... iiiu si-Ma, , I q
1 urnfHMMMuay n lairrqinunw unrniicu
' llmi li!nsu,liin!oiis drTutrftlS null iroMi
t.'I1il?ia l.rttrf ill n tiiimnnl I'nL hieL. utt lla liTrlti.' i O
Anil, fair ns nn nnirel. it fluuietl as free. .
"U'ith n wing 011 the carlh amlj ning on tlm sen.
I low calm wns the or en 11! how gcnllc its suc,1l !
Like a woman's soft bosom it r05C anil it It'll ; ,
While ils light sparkling naves, slcnling laughingly o'er,
When they saw die fair rainbon , knell ilown on llic shore.
No.swcct hinii asccnilcil, 110 murmur of prn-cr, t
Vet 1 felt that tho spirit of uor-liip wns ihcrc,
Anil I bent my young hcail in ilcvoliou nml love,
'.N'cnth the form of Ihc njigel that limited above.
How wide was .he sweep of its beautiful wings!
How boundless ils rirrlc ! how radiant its ring!
If I Innkcil on the sky, 'twas suspended in nir;
If I luoked on the ocean, the rainbow was theru;
Thus forming a girdle, as brilliant and whole.
As Ihc thoughts of the rainbow that circled my soul:
I.iko the wings of the Deity, calmly unfurled,
It bent from the cloud and encircled the world.
,.fKnre' momenta I Ihuik-.lwhcn'ihajspirit' rPrxrt-e1:V
Whole vbrSnii". oT.tliouglrl oiidlsTrnwrillcn lenves j
Whcri the 'folds of the heart in a moment unclose,
Like the innermost leaves from tho heart of the rose.
And thus, when the rainbow had pasted front the sky,
Tho thoughts it awoke were too deep to pass hy ;
It left my full soul, like the wing of a dove.
All fluttering with pleasure, nnil Hollering with love.
I know that each moment of rapture or pain
Jlut shortens the links in life's mistical chain;
I know that my form, like that bow fioni ihc wave,
Must nans from the earth and lie culd in the grave i
Yet ohl when death's shadows my bosom cm-loud,
When I shrink at the thought of the coffin and sliroud,
May iioi'K, liko Ihc rainbow, my spirit unfold
In her beautiful pinions of purple and gold.
EXTIlAC'l' KROM A I.KTTCn TO THU
Akron Woman's Eights Convention,
lly Mrs Ei.tzAiurrii C. Stanton of Seneca Falls, X. Y.
Again, as Physicians. I low desirable arc educat
ed women in this profession ! Give her knowledge
commensurate with lie.- natural qualifications, and
thcro is no position that woman could iissumc that
would be so preeminently useful to her race at large,
nnd her own sex in particular, ns that of ministering
i.t.gel to the sick and afllicted ; angel not capahlu
of sympathy merely, but mined with power to to
licvo Kiillcriiig nml prevent disease. Tho science of
line ill my iuu lur iiiu uniuii, uui uvun iu iiiu ilium- . . . , . . 1 .1 : . ....... ... ... ......
hers of the Union Safety Committee I Uut.this law ! own hearthstone ! ami tl.. cront : '''.''''
detnatids-what ? Not merely tho Bonding back of, yen ago, made n prediction nt N d.lo.s Gmdcil.
u higltlvo- fmrn. tuiieeiulte.t work-io n meager furo snl,l c' ?c.' th'? s,,1,Jc.ct. of '''yfW'"' ." pa
to a phjical discomfort. Slavery is n statu of
mental alttl moral bondage, worse than any mere
hondnge of muscle possibly can be. This is n point
cil tho religious feelings of tho country, that it had
taken strong I10M on tlio consciences at men, that it
is not to be trifled with or dcspiicd, and that any tit
I t.nim.1 nn.l tn nn I... - ,
I tf w' iiiu nil t piiui HIIUIU UU X IIIIIWUS I
. nimr.,1 tint I'. , I, I l.t . " .l!7.. :.,.... I.:.. I.....!,..
IV T ct. uii?iiiiaat.-i Ilia llllllllj,, III utllll- I
y iWDled by the chattel, to tho American sido; while
lrir.1Z.eil Ulion llruck's Moiilinieiit nml ntlntr liimniw
una nun iiiu iiiimiu iiiiupieii, were as lonows
conscience with mo as n Christian. I cannot. I 10 coe'e 'K-nccto cojnpreesninl con-
will not, I wouhl
.- in the most indirect
uiiiuii ut ri mail uncK
siinbr mvscllHoonor die than force jhno.it, warm as It is, would usstircri y cause un ox
lircct nin'tiner.coilhtcnancatlio rqn- P'of'" w1"1 'J biidflrifiaiMho- Cohslitiltioi.i.ati.1
back tolfhondago wliich' crushes J'.1" U"'0,f ilrfir- AI'.! soon has lio forgotten
1 bis own great words I It was fpokon ns only Weh
! stcr can speak; anil when 1 remember that predic
tion anil turn to this law, 1 cannot nut cry out in the
deepest sorrow Uh, J.ticiler ! sun ol the mormii
how 11 it thou union : 1 woiilil
Daniel Webster tho timo was
bis manhood, nibs his intellect, enfeebles his moral
liuture, and while cheating him iu respect to Time,
sends him blindfold and Mumbling headlong into
Eternity ! This luw sajs thnt I must take n woman,
who has just escaped panting from slavery, who hns
tint lii.irllll tn tiri'nllln tllr nil nf frnnflnni nml cnti.l
"I,.. Intnl.- tn tbn elmmltl.. nf lltt vvtin.-,. 'n,nn tr.nvr ' 11.011 1 SO mtlcll lOVelCll ', llllll fll
look nt Iboir slaves as thev do nt brutes, w hero ibero I stature of umlotamliug, ther
is no icliL'ion for tho slave, no sacred mnrrinire. no 5Iol,(, "jnco tho death of Itohert
tn.v t,n vflinnl. nn limine .nn.l nn llintn..inllli,t..' tlM. NO, I WOtllll HOt CllSt StDIH!
to the bqnted nnd seething wnves of damuatioii. It is , 1""ll'c'' ? ns ,h1 1C so'ls iNo!,ll f?"'g hadovard
this tho I'ugitivo Slave Law asks us to do, and wo lVst u ?,ook ovur ll,s "Kcdnuss. Ami yet when, iu
have minu-ters of the gospel who preach to us that theso tunes, every onu bus to step over, pv through,
ibis is Christianity ! I do not say this iu tinccf. Gutl nioiitui onsier, t cannot nut allude to him, m.il
A great sheep-shearing cam'o off nt Messrs. Uing
urn's, iu OrwelJ, ttn 'J'lifsday lust, (May'30,1 in tbd
presence of aoo people, who camo from the towns'
in auout to witness tno wondcruM result of tho
imiirnvemcnt in sheet). And it wns wniulrrfiili
ihg Of tho kind has over been heard of in tlm
United States. It was n comnlctu refutation of thu
had been called to visit ' woman, w ho for three dayH I v ore io.ii ff bn In naTohf wnv IS
Jinny who came doubling whether nil could bo irud
thnt they had heard, went away satisfied tlmt,'likd
tho Queen of Sheba, "tjiti half had not been told." .
These sheep, woro importcilbyJlr. Taintcr, of
Hartford, Ct., being purchased i.Tl,'"rntico at very great
nriccs.-nnd aro called "Frutich.' Jlerihos." Tlmv
KJitfJSiiit!L.hii!b, heiivy, fine woollefl j:u.C, that liuvu
i iiv.i;ii ihuu iiuiii iiiu .3
tllP tlSllfll Kl'ltllllmnct ritltrllnt ioH nl' (tin 4ln.nn 1tt .
1 " - , , . . . " 11 I . ' V "'"""'--" uiwHUWHuii n u l 111 Villi hi-
sjtos ui.tliai vicinity. 1 ho slave safely deposited tho iib.liiy to swallow, nbuntlant sccrctiiui of saliva, and
ftmily, it seems lit the "Catntnct," this ilonc, she uiado fommiig at tho tnouth. I lor neiglibors said sho bad
hr way to tho ferry, took tho small boat, and ti few been bitten by a mad. dog, about forty days before,
p'olili! strokes of tho ferryman's oars limiiif lit her in At her own urt'ntif put rnnLna slu. wns I1I...I nn.l .11... I
lijjty over thajufbid wnlcrs to the Cunnda shores j n few hours nfleruurds'us'was oxpoctctl. . - .
i.l''-i13' ,lc4'i j'?.',ler.s!l'l-V,4fI!-ciL, "soti"uj4lbUu4lian(l.U
m, WliMtTTninii, where sliovus imfnetTiateiy 10V TTfood incatitiodisTyclEaiiseif thonv witTitt tttwcl wmcii '
o.vr,d, sheltered mid protected. I,nd been used to wine the mouth of the undent.
' Ira master mioi. leceivc.I intimation of her flight, I iju ,lcll ,, ulceration on 0110 of his fingers, yet that were sheared on Tuesday last, with the amount
mm uranium... nu int.. i urniu , m..i in, uiougiit it suillcient to wipe oil the saliva that ad- shcarcil, in tho presence of tho larb conmanv that
to,thl! house and demanded nn interview with hor. lc,cj -vv 3 1 1 n littlo water. Tho ninth dnv nftnr. be., nsshmhloil tn w!tnn tl.n nrn,;nD fS.. li..J. 1.. ..:.
l.alnonaiia Prcne 1 bIhmm, rn
t ...in .1 . . ;-
j win i'vu um ivo wciL'litol n lew
not sneau harshly ot 1 f , . . . ' 1 . . .. uiui no vu muiiiciiii- scizou wiui a nccn sncareci previous, at ten months' crowt 1 I vo 1
when theio wns no ""."'(' ''u "oiu wi n n partition i.eiween, 110 upon 1110 ,,, , histhroat, nnd 0110 still greater in his eyes. weight, 000 pounds; weight of fleece, 31 lhs.VAli
ir statesman's cenius. Srotjid bi'iieatli, sbo nt tlio window nbovc. . 'i'lc Si,iiV!1 WH8 COiitiiiiially pouring out his mouth.; that follow Hlo ewes, many bf Which have twice hriTii "
is is no man on the , '.fiVnniitujauc, v ..tt lias pioiupieu jon to tins jho impression of n current of air, the sight of brill- 1 dlirin? tho last sixteeii inonths. ' . .Jp v-fE.'
Peel, who is his c- "V"T; V r!i .1 . 1 . 1 lain noiites gi vc 111111 n poworiui setisation, ttis hoily io. , live weight VJS! lbs., shcarcUSanjhsi'a.oE:
e 1.:... 1 .....i.i 1 wiiiim a tt.iiiiuii mv 11 (.-i-uiMii, .-ii . 1 miiinnrcn ro 11 111 so 1 nrnr 111:11 nn ton ns tiimirvii nn an irw it I71wvn'
furbid 1 but in shame.
I say that muchns I revet e him, much as' I nn. proud
I ot htm nnd 1 am protui ot 111111 tor Ins noble ii.tcl
Slmclinlilri llnvo I nut nlwnv.q trented ou well ?
Whit should iudtiro yon now to leave mc ?
. "C(ialUr 1 want to bu free, sir.
siAvehouicr Uome, Jane, 110110 ol this loolishiiess,
could lean to t. prodigious beighti He experienced
he said 11 wi.h to run anil bite, not men but minimis
nml nuimnted bodies. Finally ho drank with dilli-
culty, nnd tho sight of wntor wns still nioro dislrcss-
you rtmst go back with me, nnd jon might us well j,,,, to him ihnn tho pain iu his throat. Tho svmi)'
' ! l. .l. 1 ... I I . . . .
loins recurred every hvo nnuutcs, and it appeared
to him ;ij though tho pmiiconiiiien.ccd in the ntfected
niigci nun UA.omiuii ineiico iu ma niioiiiuer.
go.biok fit.-t as last, for, go hack yon shall.
led, onenseil-h. ujh n nol.lo frnnroyoljLihe.ty.iaiL ' L'n "Macn 1 n" fe'u,nS uacK "ala
dearer, Truth is dearer, Christianity is denrer. l;.;.,..u-i i ,.'.ii, .vi'11 iln,lr
' My sixth objection is that bad laws tiro, treason to ' yoiircliildicii ?
good government. I know of nothing tliat has so j ..dndf What will voti do with mv children ?
God Inly knows. I-Vpuct jou'll do with 'em just
I'i oiii the whole of tho sviuntoms, be indued 1 1 1 1 1 1 -
self ntUicted with tho hydrophobin and resolved to
terminate his life hy stifling himself in a vnporliatii:
Having entered one, ho caused tho heat to be raised
God .judge between them nnd
the oppressed ;
ri Thero'nro two wnys orsending'fngiiivcs back In
to sluvcry. Paul gives us an account of one way
tho wuy he scut hack the slave Oiiesiultis. Now if
nconlc will adopt Paul's wav I would not ohicct. In
the first plttco he instructed him in Christianity, mid , piomoted it disrcgn.d of authority, and a contempt
en 111111 o ueenmo a iurisiian. 1 net. no wrote a o. an .aw ,,s ,o en ,eu mm, ... r ij uve i.iv. , w1!lti.ou'xo (ollc wit, lny ot,Cr children-sell 'em. t0 one hundred and seventy degrees thirty-six min
letter and sent it h, Onesimns lie did not send tho And I object to the aw because ot its sequences. ; M . Jhl ,,.lck uont 1ako llo diflcrencc, ami 1 nint ,cS I'.ihronbeit, when he was both surprised and
f'n ,n '"r, !,,u cllarSu of n,con,! lm 110 wc" ,,a:1 uus ' v" '.'""H '''T1 "ences ; the evd .Iocs VJMck. delighted to find himself free of all com, laint. llo
recomineudatiou as n brother beloved. Now 1 should And the first bad sequence that camo of it was that
liko to see Marshal Dovens mid Marshal Somebody- impotent, empty thunderbolt of n Safety Committee,
else of this city scud back slaves hi this way. In 1 whoso members read their ledgers for their duty, nnd
the first place tho MtirMud would take him and teach ! feci in their pockets for their consciences. (Great
the catechism, pray with and convert him, nnd then 1 applause.) Jlut thcrv must bo scarecrows, I suppose,
write a letter to bis master telling him to receive him j in every largo field, though men do not usnallv feel
as n brother beloved: mid then tho sluvo goes of his liko electing themselves to that oflicc. (Laughter.)
own free will to his matter, and walks into tho house, j Another objection to tho law is that it brought in
tuit! with his broad, black beaming fitco sliys, "How t0 Vogno a stylo of reasoning that, if believed in,
The Messrs. llinglinni
bavo shown conclusively
,j ii uug 111c woman wuoity imracianie, mc smvu- 1 tn0 ualhnig roum well, (lined heartily anil drank what can ho dono by raisim: half breeds cmHin.f
hQldrf began now to curso and ravo like n uiadtiian. 1 ,,,, than usual. Since that time, he says bo has with our old fashioned sheep. Tho following flcecca
lid ctlrscd the abolitionjsts, ho cursed Canada, ho t i-ottti 1 in tho samo manner more thaii'cighly per- were taken from eight yearlings, as I cuirTcitify, huv
ClireeJ tho ilritisll. ami filiallv ho cursed tilt) Queen, sons bittern, in Itmr of whom tlm Evmntmh liml tin. !ni' lieen 1111 nvh vvlinpsa :
oz. I No. .1.
d'ye do, my brother, and how d'ye do, my sistei :"
There tire venerable clergymen, old ami wise men
they arc culled and you would presume from what
they say that they are very old, and 1 do not know as
1 1 ley win iiiiini, nun yimiig ns 1 nm, 1 ougtii 10 say
would overthrow till human government. The high
er law the law of conscience, tho law of God, tho
law upon which obedience to all law is bused, has
been cried down and scouted, not by politicians only,
but by ministers. MitiiMern. of Jehovah hate eiibt
.rnrn mi tlm hhrhnr l:iw nf .lidiriviih. nml nr..mlind
what J havo h ho have hud n good deal to say about ,, ,1C lower law doctrine ; and very low ihey have
sending hack tins blavo Onesunus as an exaniplo for t(l0) wc should judge, fiom their sepulchrnl tones
in the ireseut. IMay more, they havo taken this op
portunity to show their ill-blood against rival de
nominations, anil oven 10 vent their ill-will ugninst
individuals, mixing up privato wrongs with public
wrongs, anil personal lends with national questions,
Anil documents teaching this doctrine huvo been sent
us. 1 wish it could ho made the example. 1 would
like In see it followed. I would liko to see tho mnr
shals silting down to convert soniu fugitive slaves
Obslilrics is t. branch ol tho profession which should .....i 1 would not sneak disresnnctfiillv of ihosn clur
bu monopolized hy woman. Tho fact that it is id-1 gynicn, for I have respect for them in spots (Luiigh-
lliost wholly now in tho bauds of tho undo nractiou- .r Ami I wish that this letter of l'nul's vvnnhl I in
, ., . . . . . ... . j .villi imu it II 11. 1 1 la n.iisiinipi una 11111.11 uiv. IIU.U IIUUI1 belli 1
or, is ut. outrage on. connnon. decency, that nothing published by tho American Tract Society, ami sent 1 ,y ,UI1S til' thousands through the groaning mails ul
hut the tyrant custom can excuse, "rroiu the enr- ,, ovcr ,,G L'nioii.-fChecrs.) ' 1 lml. thmimh ,,!! ,1m v.illni. mill nvni' till lliA.t.
1 object to the law also bccaliso it commands tno nl.iiim nnil'ncrass tlm mruiuiniiis lt-i.
kWr'ttrreTWTnWtativHi '..-.tHir it'i.rrnmtttrtron.i-H W.Vriimiflilfa!" so tamiht nnd
iiack Long iiiul Sims, it is right to send back Or. fo sent, is nothing else than tho doctrine of kings inferior
1 the doctorate makes him any better
Uhofciowd that stood around listened patiently to L.mud themselves, nnd in no enso has ho failed ex-1 No. 1, 8 lbs, M
Ins clrsing, until he cursed the Hriti-li Queen, when ,.ept thnt of ono child seven yenrs old, who ilicd in S, 8 12
n Jiuily Englishman stepped up, and suiting the nc- tho hath. Tho mode of treatment ho recommend:! 3, 8 l
lion t) the word, said to the slaveholder, "Say that u to take n certain number oftnpor baths, com-1 -1, 7 7
again, nnd I'll knock your teeth down your throat, moldy called Russian) and induce every night n vio- Wool growers who wish to 'improve their shcqf
It wni fitly spoken, ami woiked like a charm. '1 ho iullt perspiration by wrapping himscif in flannels, can ndw make up their minds on tho relative merit
slaveholder, thinking thscrelum tho bettor part ol ( nm rovoiing himself with a feather bed ; the per-, of the different breeds, and govern themselves nc
vuloiv smothered his rage, and shrank away from spiriil'ton is favored hy drinking freely bf warm do- cordingly. Tho great West, ever ready to keep Up
tho crowd amid jeers of derision, leaving his "dial-' coction of sarsaprilla. j with thii times, has idrently iiaid. her hundreds of
lei. in lite uncontested enjoyment oi inc rigiits am.
dignity of virtuous womanhood.
Sir Isaac iVuivioit.
In the middle oftho seventeenth century, there
wns an English boy of a mean and diminutive np-
icaranco, nnd behind all the other noys ot ins iigo.
'llo delares, so convinced is lib of tho cfllcacy of thotisamls for those French Merinos, and tlio coun
lit in the character ittitl fortune ol tho
Li 1. ..... ..it iititiiiuM.I-j.'uiiur.l nf nuirlt "
t, ilegarued by tcuciier mid schoolmaster nu un
his moilo of treatment, that he will sudor to bo in
ociilatod with the disease. As a proof of the utility
of copious iiiul continual perspiration, ho relates the
follow iug anecdote :
A relative of the musician Groty was Litton by n
mail dog, tit tho same time with many other per
b'ousj who all died with hydrophobia. For his part,
of dancing being n remedy for the bito of :i taruntu-
and draws attention
lo was constantly at the fbot of his class, and verily " ? " " " '" with iyl o,hob.. 1m.i
il was believed that this hoy wbuld only )Uc0Mlu ! leehng be syu.pto.i.s of tho disease, he took t
bungler of some kind, for surely tho soul of learning ' '"S1" '"" Miymg Um he wished to ,1,
wnsl.ot in him. lint at tho ago of twelve a change , ? recovered.. M. Ii.usson also c.tos tho oh
teutioi. to the fact'that tn?nninuls "."I'tanco ol cutting grail, hoforu it becomes fully
... .t4r, VM'.0,.Vry.titfJlP.t.ViRh?laiidhig-tho niimcrousirtic cs
outalioously. riro llcVS, WSlicsluuP i hMttt1 . .n;i,m.-,,.,o,rcn-vu - -,,..;,
j " ' subject, and tho very decided convictions expressed
iiiisimi,. . . i...i!..:..., ...in . i ... .,i
loxos, who never perspire
try is being enriched nnd benefitted bv them. Lonir
live the iiipu who hnvo had tho enterprise nnd nohlu
daring to inaki) this improvement,; nnd especially
Vei'hio'iiier, who, with a camtucndnblc spirit, havo
nt groat risks, encouraged tho importer, John Ai
Taintcr, iu his woik bf sheep reform.
l'rom tho (jcrmniitown Telegraph.
Mil. FnKAS : It would seem to hp. rtlmnsi imiwl
fluous nt litis luiu'-iTay, to urgo upon bur farmers tlio
tin; tni;oii's ISall.
I... tlii. ..iri.t null. .i.ut m'tUnrii nml ,tnnAH..
nj ..... ..two. jiiiiiviviid ...iii.n .....i ,i.mi ULUIUIO lllv
favor of early harvesting especially where. the craitl .
is intended for bread making or flouring there ard
I. ..111 ...II 17.. ..I. I I ...tn
best history down to JVtSi, it was, practised by u.
mnr- -'l'i;W.l!inivrtratiji.-irfiirt,f lTT-rtl..-tf.Sl,..'.
innnvttlinn nn this niiciniit. tiliie-sniictiticd custom. ' I..,.. i T.mrr titnl Siin. it ij riht tn sriiiI back I)i. cut t nniltim? pl-it tlinti tlm ilni-iiinn ni- k-hn's ' inferior. At this timo an alteicatiun took place be
was no less a personage than a court prostitute, the I Pouiiington.'i minister of the gospel, who has rccciv-, ,1 ilus'pots, of the divine right of rulers, of non-re- tweeu this backward hoy nnd tho ono above him in , L!
Duchess of illiers, n fitvorito mistress of Louis ' ,., u doctorate from a Gorman university noftbat j pi,stnuce to power, however oppressive. It is until-1 tlio class whereupon tho hitter gavu linn it very un- Aiin-i'iiKHis at
VIV nf l.'mnen." This is n liii-miilahln nvil. nnd 1 .1.,. .Int...-,it.. mitL-is l.im nnv liottnt- in.ni. fnr n doc- ..... ..1... tl,-,.. ,. ili..ihir nit nl" tin. ,,lil ilm'trhin nf lilcasallt kick II. the Stomach. 1 ho III ido of the boy
productive of much immorality, misery and crime, torato is of about as much use ns a hutment to a ' l.jint ami tho Stuarts ill u modern suit. If that is was outraged revenge is sweet but ho was too' An English gentleman who wns present nt tho many who still adhere to the old practice, nnd will
Jlut now thnt some colleges nro open to women, nnd , church a man who was n member ol j)r. Uox's tl0 dnctritio to bo taught anil hehovoif and adopted, weat; to copo wuu nis opponent p.iijsiuiuv. huh (.imjen's pancy tiall, on the night ot June 13, sends hy no means allow their crops to ho harvested tilj
the "I'cmale Aledieal Uollego ol rennsylvania" has t;hmch ; I say, il it is right to send L,oug hack, it is ,,ul, ii,eru ,s no chntice lor republican institutions, men wiiiu no e imuiuicu .- mi, an inc., .i spn-mm tiu ((jHowinir iiccoiint oftho costtimus oP tliosc Auicr-
bcen established fur our sex exclusively, 1 hope this nybt to ootid Dr. Pennington hack. What would Why is it that Franco has no firm republic alter all conception no icso veu to sin pass mm hi i miuiv, gi.i . ,,..., .... ,,, .,..,! , ,., v v
Or. Cox ought to know ull jts revolutions? Why is it that Italy gioaning Ita-1 ntiovu i iu tno cuius ami more remain, i , iuuiv. , - - - -t -
for ho has been on all sides .. driving and snuggling for a republic, does not down upon bis enemy and clip from. him tho laurels lrd.imc:
of it; nml I tlo not know hut Dr. Pennington would i im, it? Why is it that Hungary bleeding, pros- ho now so vainly wears, i us win no n iiiumpii His lixccllency, tho American Minister, Hon. Ab
be sent back, unredeemed as he is; and ho is obliged , lnlc Hungary, failed in her attempt ? It is because worthy ol mention pcnceaii.iy got, none me leas htitt Lawrence, appeared as John Winthrop, Gover-
ctislom may be abolished as speedily as possible, for ; U,-. Cox say to this, und
no excuse can ho found for its continuance in tho about this great subject,
want of knowledge and skill in our own sex. It of it; and I tlo not know but
seems to mo tho existence ot this custom nrgues.u
much greater want of delicacy, nnd refinement in
woman, than would tho practice of the profession
bv her. iu ull its various branches.
Uut tho great woik before us is the education of voice, "1 would ;" niiothcY, "I too ;" another
thoso just coming on tho stage ot nclion. Jiegiu Would tiny man m his senses send linn hacic
with the gins oi io-aa, nun in iwcu.y years wc can applauso
..pfnliiiiitnrp tlnu nntinn. I bp pliimhnnd nf vvninnll 'V
.'ml.. nni'piliimnil ns tin Is ; nml hn is oblifred i..in I Innfrnrv liiilnil hi hnr nttnmnt ?
now to stay in litiglaml, protected by monaichial tio common people nro trodden down, because they glorious a lovcngu nun puvsicai gi.ims iiiigui l)or 0 Connecticut troni ltu7 to 1U7U. llo woro a
liu.iiv tlm nntii'niuimi rl iAiiinr.Viri , 1 1 1 n t I f ft I !... rn ct n t mn. tn nin
Eiiidaiid from the oiiircssion of democratic America.
Say, wouhl anyone sond.Dr. l'entiington liaclc
He resolved, and accomplished ; becamo a most do
t'1 1 istratcs; and il this comes to ho tho case m Amen- voicu seunuu , euiiuiiuiieuu n uu ui Hiui , u.. . trumiicd with gold lace, u maroon colored cloak, and , longer a uiuucr oi iiouoi .or sieeuiauo
, "i CIli t,u all hope of freedom is lost. Human nature cur-isaac ivuvvimi, uppciiiun wuu um m iu uiuum j,0,0 naidnck, with sword high boots ot russet t muy convinced imn mo rigiu jicnpu is
ureal , ; nnr nflnir man is hut n nit iv l.nrous ihihhv tno imsici ies ni nun, nun m uiuiigiii u iiuoi um, i uather. edL'cd wi III noint ace h ac c e It hat With inai cuaiigc which uio gram experiences
1 ciiiEtntinn. till von nut conscience into him: nnd as of tho stiipeiidous l.'uiveiso ! white cockatlo nml n ultimo. Tills costume wns ad- ing from its milky state to
tho grain is fully ripe. Prejudice ia a tcraiilllcni
master, and no class ol the community appears to bo
mote fully under its control than our Own agricultu
ral class.' Iu New Votk, and, indeed, in all the great
wheat-growing States, tho practice of cutting this
grain before it is dead ripe, prevails universally:
The exact timo when it should bo harvested, is nowj.
very handsomo dress of dark hluo velvet, richly with tho grain-producing part of the community, no
u ; an ueing
i wheu pass-
that of complete hardness,
t'otnan 1 Th'iullv. 1 nm ninnmil nt tho FiiL'itivo Slave Law. :,, t.mMm.r ,, innnlilic on men who do not hold to : ' niirnhlv suited to the fine nnd norllv fiynro of tbn nnd when tho kernels, without being "sticky," urn
must bo free nnd iintrnmniplcd. The girl must bo hecnuse it is so utterly unfit for the object for which ., ilLrhts of nrivato conscience, who will not follow i i ni ...j i.iiMi:, i, u. , jjjgt0. 10 looked rcniarknbly well iu it. 1 yet not sufhciently hard to resist the pressure of t ip-.
allowed to romp nnd play, climb, skate, nnd swim, ' U Wns tuude. Tho old law did not send back tho tlu'n. own consciences rather than that of any priest A few days since a case came up in the U. S. The dress of Sirs. Abbott Lawrence was very ho-, thumb and finger.. J he furuia of tho grain hemg
her clothing must bo more liko that of tho boy, tj.ues, nor ono per cent of all that escaped. No or public, you might as well build the Custom Ilouso District Court in which n captain of a vessel was 1 coming. She represented Anna Dudley, wife of Ijfcrfectcilnll that is necessary to Vender it fit. for '
strong, loose-Iittmg garments, tlucic noots, ccc., i more does the new law. l'erhaps yon are not a.wurc, ; Wall street on a Inundation ot cotton wool ! lint charged with smno ollenco tin .ship-board ny his f (iovcruor Ilrudstrecf. A train of brown satin wns , nourmg, is uio uaniuiiiiig oi uio mass, auu uus, u is
recn saun iiuuous, pearls; cna- """"""""j o.u....ni.i..., . ..v ,.......
. . . , ... a I . .. ..,.. I . nit. LI l.,.lr.pA llnui.tl nr. , . -
; tno uouy nml sleeves were ulu -'iv siu
ill. nmnrnbU illtunnmli nnd that is allowed tO Stallll till it U filllv OT dead I'MIC,
through the busy streets ol the crowded metropolis, there aro forty slaves who go upon it, to ono who invincible; ami tho nation that tloos not regard con- A small lad wns called to the stand, to testify in pearls, over u line lawn chemisette ; the girdle was of makes darker flour, and is not so heavy.; it scatters
II; lull VLailllg, lllltl liuus lull .uhiiiiiiiiu, ill mi, m.i-
kets so rcaily n sale, or so high a price. Tho straw
of grnin, when it is cut before perfect maturity";
is also much more vnluable ; it possesses n degrco of
sticctdcnco and saccharine sweetness which ren
ders it a good feed fur stock ; u use to which tlio'
: ... . i - - .i ti.. tut. i i jl
straw inai uas aioou in iiiu jiuius in, iijms ucanuo
strong, loose-Iittmg garments, tlucic noots, cc., i more docs tho new luw. l'erhaps yon are not a.wurc, ; Wall street on a Imuitlation ot cotton wool ! lint charged with smno ollenco on ship-board ny his f Covcruor Ilrudstrecf. .
that she. may ho out nil tinicsaml enter freely into , my friends, that thcro is nn underground railroad the nation that regards conscience more than nny-1 crow. An incident occurred in tho hearing of tho lined with poinona gre
nil Jviuds of sport. Teach her to go alone, by night 1 running through this city. 1 am not n conductor on tiling else, above all customs and all laws, is, liko ' case which excited a deep feeling in the court itinl iu mnuds, and emeralds;
and by day, if need bo, on' the lonely highway, or it, (cheers,) but 1 hear of it, and I understand that j'nw Kngland, with its granite hills, immovable nnd ull present. fattened in spaces wit
The manner iu which ull courage and self-rehanco goes back. Slut tho fault is not in tho law. 1 he old nmcneo is a mero base of sand, ami quicksand too, tho case. Ho had been n hand on hoard the Imrquo rubies and pearls : petticoat of rich scarlet damask,
is educated out oftho girl her path pourtrayed with aw was weak through tho flesh, and the new one nt i,.,t. If yon want this country to bo liko Turkey, while tit Pertiambuco, and was present during tho with broad gold border on each side of n feather
dangers and difficulties that never exist, is melaii- proves just the same," (Cheers.) Thiscaso.is somo- 0r Egypt, or Algiers, why, give up the rights of pr'i- controversy between the. captain and crow. Tho trimming of a rare American bird ; on thu hciul, cm-
choly indeed. Hotter far, sillier occasional insults, th'mg liko that of fishing. Now my fitlbor is u good Vato conscieuco and you will havo it so, soon cuotigb. shaggy appearance of his head, and tho bronzed crahls, diamonds and gold acorns, over which wns
or die outright, than Hvo the lilb of a coward, or nov- fisherman, a very export one, .while 1 know nothing 1 x0( Wu must follow our own consciences ; God nits 1 character of his faco and neck, Irom exposure to u worn u long scurf veil, fastened up on ono sido with
er mow without a protector. Tho best protector about it. and il innkes no difference whether I hold i s ordained and so commanded : nml I toll von that , southern sun, at first sight, would seem to indicate n diamond eagle. ,
lh.it any woman can luiYo is courage ; this she must 1 an old .Mirk for a polo with n crooked pin for n hoolf, f you ilo-iiot follow your own conscience, God will i careli"iness anil neglect ; but beneath that long utfd Col. T. 11. Luwtenco represented Cecil, Lord IJal-
L'ct bv her own experience ; and experience, comes (,r an elegant brass termed extension rod with n ny hold von accountable ! Now this luw is hold un bv matted hair, tho tiro ol iutclliget.ee gleamed irom i
I... r.....Arj.ti.n lut tin-. ..t.'l lip I linrritnrlilit dj.vplnrtp.l t...,.!in.i II.. Il.'n.l I i.,inunr lit r.illi.ti. nncn pulpit It. .1... ..T.!....l ...n .m, I, .11..... mo. r. u l ...,t.. ..(" 01....II nn.l fpcllu ni-iu ivlitplt piltltil lint tip
I IV UAIIUMll ... JlJh .. , v . u. ..u ,i.'w.. OUIUIIIIIIV..III V llrt.t. m ...,....w. ... .....L,. w...w.. .. Ulu 111 IllUIIIIU llllll tt U IlltlCI. Iltll luinill um ,.,TII Will" llllll Ul ftl.ttll ...... in'iivr.i " - .... ..u. ww lj U lliu liwi'iimiuii, ..u ..u.u ..v......, ..i... , . I I I 1 , I tt I .1
I....I.. .,.! t,,.tl tint ntnitnl,..! lit.'.. . l.ti.P.t rtf pIi.v .... nl. I ...... itpt p.HpIi ni,- iillt thp It.int nil, lilwl .1.... .l. .,..1.1... , I, !..: 't'l... i.ntm.,,1 f.ti- tl,.. .tttiiill frnttttli, I ... T ....l ... L I ,l I nmll .villi .ml. I Iiipp t.h.l fl'Oin ItS gt'OCU tO Its gOlllCIl I.UO, OUd UaVO lOUIld tllU
III iititij in,., ow..., ...w. .w .. w . n iisii. ..nun.', v.. ....... tuiuuces. , iiiiii iiiu jtu L..IICI.ILIII u, iiiu i.ii ii.-.. ii.in.1, uilsiiiiM'ii. ...... . . w . ...w ...... ....... ..u 1 1 ii 1 1 it a if i i. I - b ..... . , - 1 1 1 j 1 1 1 k nttil fi 1 1 1 iiiiil f-i r lirhflilpr liipnlnr'
ufter some artificial specimen of Immunity with u it would do no good to give mo tho fly. So it is with f tho majority is our rule of action. Hut I tell you, cxttcino youth of tho lad doubted whether bo under- opened with whilo satin ; mantle ami baldrick of im- gramas piump ami uui, aim ''ir., C1 . ,i?r'
i a timbre, Governor of thu Colony of Maryland at tho , 'lead or'pcrteclly matured, cun never bo applied. .
he ,imo of the Restoration. Ho wore a doublet ami 1 , i cllt oats when f0 6tM Wns.just'turnii
i r i .. 't ...;.i. i.i i .. i .. . ., from its "inen to its! "olden hue. nnd havo found thu
hotly like somo plate iu Godoy's hook of lasbion, nnd the law. Tho South could not catch their slaves ; mv friends, tins is not tho doctrine of Now York ; it stood the" obligation of an oath lie wns about to l
. .... . i.. -i. r i.v...t " i t . .i .vi i i .1.. . ... l. . ....... . J . .. ' i ... ... si t ; .i .. . .....i. ... ...... ..... i.:, i..j 1...1 .1...1 1
II mum nucr iiiu iypu u, ruuiu, u.ujjui j a t,iii;ni , wuu Uio 0111 law, mm mj uiuj muiii hi vvuiu iu limn- s I10t jne uocil llio oi .vtiissaciiusi'iis ; 11 is mil iiiu 11IHI W illi a v iuvv iu ium 111a miini leuu, iijkuii
daughters, loaded down with tho traditions, proprio- ufiicturo n new ono, complete iu nil its parts a per- doctrine of Ohio, nor of Vermont, nor Connecticut, to interrogate him. This was
tics, und sentimentalities of generations of silly feet, elegant, brass-feruled law but ufler nil they 0I- Maine, nor New Hampshire, nor Rhode Island, lowing colloquy took place
mothers, and grandmothers but lult tree to tic, to won' do any. better with tho now tnw. i lie trotiuto n0r Indiana, nor Illinois, nor Wisconsin, nor Iowa ;
grow, to feel, to think, to act. Development is ono U not in the law that wns good enough hoforu ,uj t10 time will coino when this doctrine, begotten
thing; tlio system of crumping, restraining, torturing they have a bad fishing-ground I (Cheers ) If u man 0f Mammon and Politics, will find no placo 'in llio
perverting, and mystifying, called cdticution, is quite was sick with tho cholera, and gave 11 doso of tnedi-1 fleCj ,,mj ransomed world. Yes ! tho timo will como
another. We havo had women enough befooled cino to his horse, that would not do him any good, j when, on reading tho epitaph of u man, which ro
under tho ono system, pray let us try the other. Tho So iu this caso. It was tho public sentiment thut cords that hero lies A. 11., author of 11 learned com-
girl iuut early ho impressed with tlio idea that sho ; was sick, and they have been dosing tho law. (lie-
is to be "a hand not a inotiin , a worncr unn 1101 n pented cheers.)
grunted, nnd the I
Counsel "Mv Intl. do you" understand the oblign- mnv do supposed, a magnificent cllect.
tionofan oath?" I Mr. James Lnwrcuco appeared as Gov. Nichols,
Hoy "Yes, sir, 1 do." ' tho first EuglHi Governor of Now York, appointed
Counsel "What is the obligation i
hv Charles thu Second iu 1CG1. Tho dress display-
Hoy.'l'a speak tho truth and keep nothing hid." cil great judgment, and from tlio rosetto 6'ri tho shoo
(.ottiwtt "Whero did you learn tins, my lau to the minutest nnnon wns accurate.
chopped roots or meal, it inukes.n feed eagerly par
taken of hy stock of every description.
A itoX'hioMEnr cccmt rAnstEit;
Another Ita.id of Oiituuvs.
Tho Shawncotown (III.) Advocato of the Gth tilt.;
.' t 1.! ,.l .. ?
cords that hero lies A. 11., author ol n learned com-, C'oitiwt-"Wliero did you learn ims, ny lau .- to the mmutcsi nnnon wns nccuinic. i . . account of the breaking up of a gang of
m.mtnrv on ibis or that book, and defender of the lai "From mv motiiku, bir," replied tho lad, Mr. lt.incroft Davis personified William Putin, tho , ,, ,? ,,, ,,.i,; -
1 doctrine that pcoplo must give up their consciences with u look of initio which showed how much hu founder of Pennsylvania, selecting, of course, tho eur- ! . .-' ii.,1., is ,!.., ,imt onov1ichtolv cro-
drone, iu tho great hive ofhumnu activity. Liko, My next objection tn tho Fugitive Slave Law is, to magistrates and priests;, tho peoplu will lilt tqi esteemed the early moral principles .implanted iu his ier years of that great man. Tho breeches and coat . nmt excitement in Michi"an. Tlfcirliead-
mt it sins up ill blood where wo cat,inot allord to tlicir hands' iu astonishment, nml exclaim, "God huvo breast by her to whom was commuted ins physical were ol a dark violet voinci trimincu wuu umo ; uaik t ...urs .vuru oll Wolfu's Island, Ky.-, near tho cor
s wi n ingii-neeied russei suoes ; scaroi , . . ofKci.tuekv, Tennessee. Illinois and
tho boy. sho must bo taught tn look forward to u life thnt
of sell dependence and eUrly prepare herself for have it stirred up. It does this by its wording. It mercy on his so.nl !" (Cheering.)
omo trade or protossion. woman has relied nero- sconis us il it was worded especially to msuii tno flly fiicnds, if I httvo had the appearance of sever
toforo too entirely tor her support nn tho needle that North. A man otico, describing n minister nt Uio 'y , ihesc lemtuks, I have not meant lo bo severe ;
ono-cyed demon of destruction, thut slnys ils thou- West, snitl "Ho preaches ns if ho had tho dovil in j ,avo 0)., wished to say frankly nnd fully what 1
. mill moral existence. silk stockings
I (1-Yn- ii moment thcro Was a deep silence in the baldrick. nnd n high crowned hat with feathers,
1 cdurt room, and then, as eyes met eyes, and fuco dross was perfectly quiet, but nevertheless was" ad-
...earned tit luco with a mother's lovo nnd moral nurablv chosen. ...... , i.,.,.i..0 , ,,, n IV Sviivnn. who had recovered
iriticiplo, which had niiitlo their impression upon tho Col. Van Alen presented hhnscll In the Kovol pros- :.. ..,..,. (or eoluc SIO.000 tiguinst Newton E,
'r nulls. . . . t. . , . ... .i.
fi- I nor oftho states of Kentucky, Tennessee, Illinois and
, , i Missouri. Tho baud was (ftscovercil not long since,
through tho failure ofnn attempt by one ot tho ring-
cuiuia uiiini.iiij ....i.. ..... -"' " "-i -t ii iiiiii vn.v, nu ini.in--a .uu iiU.iiid u. , most deeply aim truly uciiovc, nun u i snoiiui iticci t
.. .min nl .ill mil f Ipvnr inn will tIPV'pr lltfil.p llu 1 iin 1. .. ..,i,.l,ln.l, " A r, .1 en I l.iu iiiv tl..nldtt n.l I lip IVIIPI I. . . .' I t. I I ; . .1. .. I . .. ....... . ....l .. . I 11 1.. bitiinlfiliiru U'nt, 1 tnrirnt t in a,i nc I I..IIIKS.tllvv.clitlIfll p vv.i 1.1 III
i. ..w.-.. .. . ...... u ...... ..... .. ........ n Biaveiiomor in couversnuuii i snoiiui say juai uiu nuy, e.;iiiv. - ti v. ,.v ........ - . ...... .. yrji,t another promtneni uieiiiocr o, iiiu guugj
thy, wealthy, or wise. i lot U it uses.is no common pitcldork, but ono, it would gnn0. ii0 M1ight reply, 1 don't believe ull you do, decorum duo to the place, und giro, expression to und the splendid materials or which tho costume . .J ' jg.-,o, Wri"ht gave Abo Thomas, n man of
Teach the girl it is no part of her life to cater to seem, imported from tho pit below. (Cheors.) I llt you sny what you think, and I liko jon ; you nro their emotions. Tho kid was admitted to testify. was composed, green velvet mid gold, creatctl no or- , .nf.0 character, .150 to killDr. S. Accordingly;
the prejudices of those around her. Make her in-' Fourthly, this luw takes away or abridges the pnv- ' 0 douhfucc. (Luughtcr.f 1 don't ask yon to bo-! Heboid n mother's power. Often hud cril influ- dinury amount nf attention. '1 he mnnllo or crim- .j;0,is p,0tendin'' to wish the Doctor to visit his
dependent of public sentiment, by showing her how ileges of Irccincn. Wo know littlo ubout the terror nnvn inst what 1 snv. hut 1 do nsk vou to think of it. enco and corrupt exumplo nssuilod this hoy. Time son velvet wns heavily embroidered iu gold, worked . ,. ..,! ' ,i,.,i ,,:, ,., homo and attcmuteit
Worthless and rotten a thin
axiom with mo, utter much
lion, that public sentimon is
Yet what u ttyrnnt it is ovcr us all
g it is. It is a settled that it has sent among tho freo colorctl nopulutton ot j,,!. 0,- -n wjm ,10 ,ii,u j vour ,m,ji( ,1,;,, 0f jt ulul care und exposure to tho ha
cxnmrnntion and roiloc- tho North how it has scattered them liko partridges n vnur ,nce tliink or it us patriots, ns nliilniithro. worn away tho lineaments ol' t
s false on every subject, iu the mountains before tho shot of tho hunter. ! um- 11tB,g. ng Christian men. ns inheritors of inimortulitv. bronzed his onco fair exterior, but
I veiVOl was uuuvny uiuniiiniuiuii in f,um, vvuiivuii
battlitig elements had in a pattern of great bounty ; the wrist and kneo rut-
the infunt face, und lies were of costly laco.uiul tho sword, in n scabbard
woman csiiecial- ( ilics havo fled from iluccs where they were comfort-
ly, whoso very lifu is to please, whoso highest nmhi- nbly nnd respectably established nml held properly. .,0 wiU find tho In
tion istobenpproved. i'ut ouco outrage this tyrant, 'J'ho free colored pcoplo hnvo felt no security for , y miineil.
place yourself beyond his jurisdiction, taste the joy their property. They have feared that thoy would , '
und if you will think of it, oh ! if vou will think of bis bosom still tho lessons ofn mother's love, which Hon. Ashbel Smith, (formerly 1 oxnn Minister ut
. . , . . I I. .1... ..il. .t r 1 .... U.v.in-I, f! r.i in n ini'V
II II Ul) (UUI IIIU WUU Ul JIIV Cl'tJUUII lUlliim HUH iu miw miid pi-mih til io 1 -ri"- . . . I
1 I'lH'JUllL (JUL 1 1 uaimiiu mv iiiiii-ci v w
to murder Iiim: but tho Doctor, nflur being sbo'iiii
.i... pn.milin k 1,1 fin nml tlirt tlfiirnprniln pspniiPil J
deeply nestled in of crimson velvet, wns relieved with burnished gold. Nothwit'hstuiiding Cvory'excrtiou was made to ferret
ther's love, which Hon. Ashbel Smith, (formerly lexan fll mister at . Q , viai b2 deeply was tho plot, laid'that h(V
was only accidentally discovered n short timo ago ;
and his discovery led to the disclosure of the WholtV
" i llo is to bo educated, becauso ho is a utnn, and rrcd essentially necessary to pay great attention .... .nyImllv.
tho mother of npt hecatiEc ho is to make shoes and nails. Cin. (from tho period selected for this ball) to the hair ; B(J(,m , 'mv'u lna(i0 rciar business of
stealing slaves in ono Slate, running them ot"lo an
other, und there selling them. Another' iheir
methods ot speculating in negroes scorns WL""y:
.ws: Some of their emissaries, would
of freo thought and action, and how powerless is bis bu sent to sluvcrv courts, before slavery judges, with Our.ntr.Ncr. to Law. Was not
mln over von ! his senntiii lies broken at vour feet, ulnvprv witnesses, to bo tried in ro"nrd to their right Moses n rebellious woman when sho refused to
Ins very babblings of condojnnution nro sweet music to liberty. Hut no I will not sneer I tako that 1 drown her own son according to tho law of tho land? tinso wio disparage all studies but such us look n't love-locks, und your countrymen did
in mnr pnro. Ida ihirkeliin.r fenu'ii is Kimdiinii In l...pL- fr,t- it copnia tn inn I ivnnlil sooner trust n Soutb. Did not JNIosc? desorvo to bo executed for killilltr that i: ...i. . :.. i :.., .1" r,c. A.. ...In. .tpfprenpn In tho choice of their Wigs, a
... jw... .... ........ .- - ,.. ..-.... - : , : . . . , 1 , , . ... . , , , n immeiiiiiio lusiuis in uiu uusinusa ui mv.. v....- . . . - . ( moiiious oi niieciiiuviin
vour heart, for thoy tell ofyour triumph nnd Ins di. em court than a Northern one. 1 think that in tho Egyptian whu was beating ono of his slave brethren? . ......i ,........ sufm learn to do nnvthlng that dition, I assure you, so materially alteiotl somo pco- , riuWss Son
jcomfort. Tliink yon women thus educated would mntter of slaves tho Southern courts huve gencl-ally Wcro not bhadrach and his two lellows justly cast nip3 hiiuselt to: nn uneducated man will bo plo that it was ti matter oi no ordinary muicuiiy to . through some of tho neighboring Slav,.
ntitlmnnlflmlV'rtflll IhtliT in ( rmPll Ull llll l I lin I II III linil2r ''. - I I ... I .nunnnlVA I I ( III . l - ...... --' - -
' sr"' i . - . . , . . , i '. i i - i nov u
. tt...- ii.pn niiniM.nnii n fi it-i iri i w n m. ji l 1 1 r'l'initiiien .. .
is tho suhstanco oi wtiat we wouiu say io iauiw m t-w .......... utealing slaves I
11. lb Willi, llt.W
and which ad-
long remain tho weuk, dependent beings that wu now been fairer than those of the North.
. .1 p i in i - . .i i ' rf, n HO lip uivs lllllisuil in , nn iuicinn.un.vi in.... - -
! into tho fiiriinro ? und Daniel into the den of lions ? sow't learning anything, even how to haiullo a boo, recognize them.
I hev suficrcd only tho peiia tvoltbolnWwluc.il i,..i.i ... ..... .. :m t ,... i,.,. i, i,,,,,, tn lumv Tlio dresses n
find them? Hy no means. Depend Ukju It, they will And-fiflhly.This law obliges the citizens to do that lhey suficrcd only tho penalty ol tho law which om, proimbly never will loam what ho needs to know Tho dresses of tho Marquis ol uauricarjio, i.oni tlejr v;,.,-lms w-,t(i menus to gut intu SoOtlierQ JllinuU-.
soon sottlo for themselves this whole question of which they cannot coiisricnciously do. It comes to they refused to obey. Will Dr. Spencer, Dr. Spring, n(j0U't ,-l3 0Wn work. Thcro is un oxpertuess of Ernest Hruce, Duko ol Wellington, Marchioness ot Arrjvo(j t,cro, tlio fugitives woro arrested1 by other
with mat Aiicsuury, im vj,iii.s.iv iini.iiv ... oftho gang on the lookout lor tno runaways: ncii-
i c.11. ...I ml...r tn.v iniiiiprniin tn irptiprilin. worn vcrv o . .. .1 1 .r. (.;'!..
mo nnd says, Henry Wurd Heocher, you mtisf do this, the .Vein 1 ork Observer, or thnt (grandiloquent ndvo- iam aCnuired hy l.racticc.
If I call upon you you must assist usa gootl citizen cnto of law nnd tho Constitution, the Journal of nxpertueas applies hiinsel
Woman's Right. As educated capitalists, and skill
fttl laborers, thev would hot bo long in finding their
truo level in political and iu social life. iu returning this runaway. And becauso last night 1 Commerce, answer
I received into my uouse a poor, wnmiering, luuiisn- j to no oucycii, was
The Use ok TinxKiNOGalileo. observed iftilUP woman, mm gave nor meai io cm, mm wuier io tiw i-mt ami o.
When u man
lybicli w&s hung from thu coiling, and hud
observed ftViiin ing woman, nnd gav
nd hud becnllfcJt'Ui'ilv-.nodn plnc.oof
b.v.,-..ia ..ml rnKJi.rotecioil her it cor
lliflioi, l.tr npptflpitt Cliriliirni ir Imp1
iviirils. This wns a very common thing, but Gnlilco'1?0 lor '
.,.i. H... ,n....u.f, i.i. .i.:.i. :,L I i.;i,- Tarn too
Diitii.n ., I. il uiu ivniiiuint ..nil .iini.li niutvn nut n.x . - ...
I. i r.. ...i n ...i... ...I.i p.....i Anrti' to
w i,us uiu, iui vviniiai iciiueiei, uu u, uuu uuriuuivu
rest because 1 befriended and to blame in exccutin
nroteclod her it comes und lays its strong hand on the tools of the governor. Hut this" may bo goui
toing Dial WHICH Ulirisi cominaiii.eu, auu n uac. io ursi priiicipics. viiiiiciiii.siu ; -iiiuiiisititiiij.
yiierformed opens the minuol
poor to pay tho fine, it throws mo into pris-1 Let us havo no private interpretation of what is right
, anil ilia law is eiinutcii it iiitiai un nooycti ; i no ropo i-
lio stiro no such cases hnvo occurred
1 . . . . ... ' .i.. t.......i .i . ,,.... rni. ; r
iheilielliel now lu use of measiirinirtimobv mean3 :H'ray uou u'y niny not occur, uui tney can occur ;, uio cuiisiiiuivu uumuiuy u ivumu. auoissuuou,
of tlio wnilidum ".easurmi, tunc by means fV, mn bo Jcsecu,cs tho law in this point, let 1 tho Vatican must stand wherovor his sway extends
1 1 ' , itr WJ nn.l;..;. Iini. l,n inntii liij vii-iiiti iii tlm dnv nf pvpn tlioiit'h tlm word of God is forbidden to bo
ltT Ar ,ni. 1 t. I... 1. !.. ., 1 , I.. ..... ...... f . l
'"'JU'lgUHJITJl lite law 13 uail eiiouu ,u uuiiijiii uio itm, s jiuufnumiw
for liookti. neriodiculd. inui noivs-)nncr1 lib I not ex
" nn,1 iMnAnnn .. . tilormiu f In until ttiV f fi f
ponded unnally is calculated at 9,100,000.
Tho lest reason n merchant can give for not ad
vertising, is that by refusing to let the public know
lie lias goods to soil, ho is not subjected to tho ex
pense of employing clerks to assist in selling, them.
it and reasonable undertaking, an cxtetiBivo scaiR, ,y ,uuim i,v, -
Hut he iiiust ho a man conscious of his strength and gainst estates ot nceenseu persons. nBv ,-s .u.gy
fucdncss of purpose, who can say, "1 can nnd will fur largo amounts oguuisusueh- enales, thoy ' woMl
succeed; and will build for mysolf, i.( spite of all prove iho Anbd.ty ot tho claim by soirre i of ftc
V . . . J .. r. II '! ....... ... It.p p-nnot III Rfinin rases lliev llllll gone SO fur 08 t() TtUKO
limuraiicer, ii imiiiv, i, iiiiiiiiiu. i u ouv.u u in.iu, -k h- - , .... ..... , , .
obstacles over which his energy triumphs, only givo depositions, und were provided with Un ty BnU
f whet and exhilarate his ana ovcryiniiiK roquioii" ,u v.ici. vv,i.,-
a zest to his labors: thoy
spirifSj and increase Jiis enjoyments,
I bianco of legality,