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hiJU, they held himu inl the CrCee nt Oak
land, Iitil nil ihian tore his scaip friom his
- )ead! Such is the lentiency of the toties
in Cinsilla. They entered the bouses of
those absct, scaltered tit ir private papers,
de'troycd their property, and turted women
anidl children out of their houses. Sneh is
their gallantry !
The lluffaloournnl hopes that the Girand
Jtlry, inl session in Nitgnra County, wi'l
find n it indictmtent augilst the Briish sol
dier or soldiers who, in titter violation ofonir
- laws shot al individual wrihinl tile jurisdic
tion of tis State, atitough catitiuned and
ordered not to do it by a person in the ser
vice of the United StaItcs.
The greatest excitcment yet exists in
Rochester. TuI forces on Navy Islam, it
is now reported, amount to 100 men, prCt
ty well furnished with arms and artillery.
Correepoidencc f the Albany Lnning '.1eMrnal.
NIsAARA FAI.i.s Dee, 23.
Dear Sir;-Since I wrote you before, Ilit
G. overtior of Upper Cntodat, Sir Fralcis
llend, has niamte a visit to that part of 1hto
Province opposite here. Immeliately oil
lmlingn at Niagara. he was informed ihat
M'lKenzie, had been in Voingjston but in
honr or two before, which was true. Wlel
this cane to his ears, he is said to hiave be
hinved himself very Unbecoming a mt1.an1 ill
his situation,cursing aIm1 daning all nround
him, for not crossing over and shooli-tin
M'Kenzie in ih (-street, mid ordering a boia.
wvith a.party of men to come over and as
Snssinate him oil his Wny from Lontiston to
the Falls, and saying that ie ivouild sneri
flice the lives of hilr the metn or the Prov
ince but lie would take Navy Islatd. 1le
has gone back to Torotnoto Without necol
plishing- either, Whie..he Was at Chippe.
wn, several attempts were made to raise
volunteers to attack the Islatid. and tile
most that ever came were fifteei-n men
gre force to cotue against a phite liko Na
vy Island, where they have fmctm 10 to .15
pieces of' Cannon.
It is said that Governor Ilend has ordered
an arrty to be raised by enlistmets ihr u
campaign against the Island: but a report
is current today, that he hm-, given orers
not to molest these onl tihe island, so lolng
us they stay there peneenbly,'
We hava various contradictory reports of"
the opera:ions of Dr. Dicombe in file I.on
don District-some that his men are dis
parsed and others that lie has gainted a com
plete victory over tle Royalists under Mle'
Nabb. Tihe last and probably correct re
port, is, tflt Duncombe is at Port Malen
witha his men.
Every species of outraga and insult are
practised upon tle Radienal.. by the Tories,
a great many of whom are Irish Oringe
men. Men are dragged from their humes
at thle dead of nigit to prison, mnd oblige(d
to wanit for wveeks for a trial whient nothuin
ennt ho0 funnid a~aitnst thtemn, others hatve
ttheir hlonses entered tnd' rttumaed fant
In addliitioni to the Iriish, there havie beeni
several ludianls empiloyed biy the Miovernt
ment, and let loose tapon the inhabhitants of
districts where they are tmostly R adiens.
A few days ngo they entught a Railn, and
entt a hoe taroutgh the ice int 3aleemt's
piond anid putt htim in) alive. Snteh thtin ntsa
that, allowcd by ai civilized 1ppl, oit
to arouse every spark of patrioitim wichl
exists in the breasts of the0 free and inide
pendentt inhabitanlts of our reptlii.
The Brnkeky . Cas.--Tl he -tandl ad of
Union of the 2nd inst. says that tie case
whiichi has pjrodnteed so atneih exciteme~t
in thte county of Jlo.tes foir moreW thtan a
twelvemnth past, was decided lest week,
by) thte Supeirior Coturt, in thet coini ion ofi
the person represemting~ himself to he finno..
1ey tupon an intdictmenit for chleating and:
swindli ng. who lias bieen sentencedl to ha~rd
lahor in the Penitenuin.:y for 5 years.
le clhaimedci undier the nonlte of JTesse L.
Unnktlley, a large es-ate in Jones countty;
wais li imedliately' recognised as an~ imp ~osior
idicted as Elhijah1 Unlrber, anld fully identii
- lied as sn:eh, lby miany cit iz'ens of Gwinnrelt
couty, where heo had resided for at numblter
[W'ie shol~ld like to see tis imapoctor, it'
* impilostor Ite be, We wvere at ('ollege with
JTesse L. Iiunklcey, nnid Ilhink we wemtld ree
ollect htimt wiell eniotugh to recogntize himt.
WVe have seen tmore than onhe of etnr ohl col
lege mtesit' wh~o have couversedh with~ liar;
her, as he is provento 1b e, whIo believe himi
to lie the genniine J. L. Ihunkley.
It is at cnrious aflitir, take it all in all.-.
The Federal Uniion piromnises to puiblai tie
testimtonyV ill thet case, wVhich wviii 110 td
he tuoslt highly initeresting.)--Ej!. Charon.
ThIe Southern Chiurch--'I'hle Georgia Con
,terenice of the Mt ethodist Episcopnl Chntreh,
n lt a recent mteetitng in Athtenq, passed I (SO
luttionsu dleclaing thait slauvery as it exists in
thle Un'ited States, is nott at moral evil,
ntoting to dIo, fuether thin t me tthlirrme the
cnit' n o~tttf tile slave by endeavorinlg toi im..
parit to htimt andi his mast'ter, the blenignl in
ttence of the religioni of Chit , a.nd ab;iing
bo1th oo thleir wnyv to ihleaveni.
taro me to: ui fromlPer.-indi and intottPer..
G EOGR P~f 'TPX A S.'
Cou.wr r or Ib RmvI.n ..u4nu Iis.
Sed Rtiver County is hoitlidedonorth bly
R edl i ver and the Ilks D'A re, vast by the
terittoiry of flite United States, sol h by the
ialbine, and1 west by Finnii couinis.
The fbilmg are its specific liiits ; ho*
ginning on the north of the Sabine whero
the military or 'Cherokee rond crosses
the sanme ; theied -northwest lng snifu road
to Big Cyprests crettk; thence down snid
creek to Soda Inke; thenco to the bountda
ry line between Texas id the Uiited Slotes
thence due north along said line to Red riv
er, thence up said river to the muouth of Bois
D'Arc creek. thence up said river to the
cros- ingp there of, at the ressletce of Carter
Cil!' tlh-nceC Soulth along Ilie bonidary lIine
of Fanin county to a politt west of the
hcad of he Sibin, anid (t)wn the same to
the place of the beginning.
Surfre.-Most ef tile countir is inoder
nlely nInieveni, and it) many places varie
gated by low, gtinly liopiin:: hills anti
Iirol viiges. TI her- .arc a ferv small
p~rairies.. The two largest a re fihe Sutlph-wi
Fork, prairie, nenr th nortiiwestern bouna
ry line, and the Cticdo prairie, near the
sotthireastern boundaty. Tem- orucr is a
boti one iidred and liwenty miles long and
eight or nine broad : the latter is about Is
tmiles lotg and three or four broad niost
of tle remainder of the country is cnveret
with detise friestL. The "l ickory Up
land(s" near the sothern boundarv of Sosda
l.0'e, con1tsltittes otie of the most itw-atitifil
and prniuetive potions of Texas,. The
hills here f.equently rise from itle ito twO
hiundllred feet above thi' surface of the lake.
Suil and Productioins.--This is of the
most ti-rile portions of Texas. Ncurly the
wdole of tile northern and iniddle portions,
eibra,itg uhoit two thirds of the count ry
coniisists ofurabic land of the first quality.
A portioni of it i styh d tlie --Red LundS"
from tlhe color of' itssoil, which is a reddish
brown chtocolate color.- The land in th1ie
southern atld souti-eastern Iortions is sonme
what sandy, well ndnpted to pasturage, ex
rept the land immtediately bordering the
Sabine, which is gencrally of an excellent
quiit. Most of tie land intlie northern and
middle pot tions, is Calaille of yielding crops
of CotTIti. nverarging in hale to the aere. of
corn 10 Ihuhels ant of Ilih potatocs five
liundred bri.shels to the nere.
SIri-rims.-The ptincipa' streans are lied
river aid Sulpehoir Fork tie litter with i
little expenze teiny be rendered inavig:ihi-' to
't!;e Frks," ahitt one hundred 1n11 fifiv
mil 1es. Deside thise ithre are severnl -mai
t-'-itaries of ReduI River, niong which are
Mi!N Creek, Pine Creek, Satindr:i' Creek
ad liig Pine Creek. 'There are also atlthe
south an'Id ' wetmay lb-at ibhl rivu lets; trih
ritaries of' Sabine and Tinirv.
Lulkee.-A long he 'ourse and neat lie Ie
- river, arte scttteredi a ea t munbeithr of small
flakes, wich probably have beetn fionwd hiv
Ihe wriers tof thisi sreami, whiah lhts been
set hat k by the imncse raf' n~ hieh has
cot mletely blorckedl upi its ebiatntef; iihe lar
es"t oIf these iakes is. Caddo or Sotda lake,
neartthe sotItI east ern bonidary.-It is abou t
0one Ihundred and filly tmiles ong, andl fromr
t wo to weniy br-oad; most4 of it is quite shial
itow amd many trutnks of'the deenyingz trees,
which formterly grew uipont its present bed
still prject from its bosom, retnderi ng its
tavigatron l;tite <tnngerous. Small steatm
boaits are .conrstatntly plying between tihe
slhoresof t his lake arid thle portion of Red
To'ens -The principal towns are Jnnes
Iioroughnl, '-itunted on the rightc banzk of the
1Red .R iver, atbontt 10 miiles below Fort Tow
sort, coil) aitis abourt fifiy housest~t, andI it s pop
u lation is ratpidly incureasirng. Clitrksv'ille
situated in a broad~ arndi beatitfil prairie near
the hie:d of St~lphurr lork, was first laid oil
iir a towno in .111ly Inr-t ;it artlyi contains
a larg' andi commoiz.hlSlionshtel, three stores,
and aboulit 20 dwelling houses. I iihdalgo,
situiatedi iln tile'northiern port of Sntndier-'s
Prairie, on the- batik of' Redt River, hats late
iy been laid ot andtt prom~tise to becomei
onec of the tiost flourishinug towtns ini west
Forrst TCr.-Nearly every vauriety of
lhe oak except livye oak, are foumnd hlere-,also)
WVainnt, .\sh, lII eIberry, lEhn, l'eean,
Cetdnr, r:ndt Sazssaf'r:s; Sjicewoodl, Reiditud
and~t Wh~ ibi r'enlh,eonie it ure the nuduergrowi hi.
Pine atbon ndsl in the southern p art.--foucfeni
Irmun the .Y* Orlans P;canr.
Te' riain Eltja nce.--PThe wayv somit of t he
peccli ert ini 'ITxas utse tup thre Entglih latn
'zt:;;e~ i~ enirirs. Ju lst read thle winding
tip of' a reeri-ting t sergeanit's bllaragtie to
Ihis niiC;.l-ontrs itn an tiedevoutr to ('nlist
thi mi against thle Mes ienns. After hanvin;r
fantnehedwi oat egoninst the religiont of' thle comn
imeli Eeemy, ini otne oif thmilt ridest termts
outr Iter w;inds tnl withi, "' Coirneraeke-rs
I hinsiers, Pukes, Woilverines, nal Stiekers;
If the voienl of ptiety cannlot move y'ou to
etermriiente andI ibliterte ti-e Mexicans a
foreidl if the snrretd vtoice of Te'ixian liber
erty si rikes tno symthetic chtord in y'onr
bostomi, if the crits oft bleeing~r hitmntityri',
(ennitot tdraw yoti to deliver tihe free-men of'
Tlexas frao n thle antrralleild, unprtecetedi
tipprtessionr of' hard worutk, whyli von nre not
te tretn I take y-on fhr, that's itll. lint no,
[ see the fire of' pattriotismi gleam it) yourt
tyes, I (te yout rise intdi-tiantly oirnimsse to
resist interictrence ofl'iroiieri y , i ien ii the
b~d '2' ef thid' rsrnd '.iter. ar., 1!.,..i-u..
emancipmnionist. sce tilic breath of TeX
in fireodom naimato you. Come then ai(
rally roul the sitadard of In isjletc
couniry anI with flsts clenlhtd adte7t.
sol, swear to fight knee depep inl hhnu(jl ti
that colnstiut lion which was hnmIned on th
boies of your natyrcd cottntrvncu uim]
Cemented wirb the blood of expiring ,ainlb
and heroes. LCt'o liquor."
Maferriage Outright.-Up in otto of th<
tipper-cotitlies of this Statc, (N. C..) ;
young fiblow nafnted llen Sykes had court
ed a fair (inle fbr some Vears, buit either wai
ntup ready or willing to put the qttestion: sin
-was ttil lling, porhiaps too willing, but tc
never e.ine to thesrnteh. At lnst she go
Anad, ands swore she would narry"Rill Pat
torson, it' he ever courted tier again. Jil
henring of this, welt aud 'otce morp pit it
his clatim : Iuthe wits a teurvey fellow it
somlie thingqs'und neither Mam nor Dad wms
willing. SO hc s;ecretly goes to R.
r'ts a licetnse, and that night they made of
,or a Grebut Squire. li their road to hnp
pines, however, %w ho should they leet uit
1ent Sykes? Ilo ha1d got ant intkling. Ii
w iit was -,oitng ont, wlhensl he taet them, lit
tmdzerstood how the "case lay.'' "Sally
s1ys he, I have Iboled with you timt's ;
fact. ad I almt 5:orry fqr it. Bitt ifyoni s:il
prefer me to luill Patterson,jest say so, am1
I will givo him n thrashing, take his liceumt
and rmake old 3lopdy Itiarry Its to-Iuight.'
The ok! love was too strotig for the tiew.
ngiv r ill a turnshing, iookIt I (.am
(what he hated m1to6t) his liensqe, whi.-l
Cost him 7.3 eits, ndul was off with his
plunder to Moody's. The old Stiiir- did
ttot so well tmderstantd how oin man coild
lie niarried in virtue of a license ratted1o t
a-other. Den said lio did nor himrtse!f tin
der'stand law sinbles, but this he know
tat tless lie did it be (the iquire) i onad
"ketch it" too. This hint ,vm en gh foi
Mloody who, without niare to do, pro
nomned them in t wtti1 l ila. So suvs
I Ionrjl(jl Mounti Corrtesponsden t..-C?aroti,
Twin Brotherr.-We have beei frequent
ly diveriti at tile atint.ittg neconits of ab
sence ofminti, anti the itaghabl. tnis;tkc
that have Somei limes takenl place from ilu
iremtial likene. ofilividials: and ws it i
tlse fashion now-n-days, to put theIse thing
in print. %%e think we( cani tell a stoiry or
matter that happented i:t this phice, tha
"101t pmaaons them;I :1ll."
There ate residing in this place Twi;
Brotthets., s. itittchi alike, that wtir mso:;
intimtlate frietndls somime'tiles itrista ke them
bait what is more womierfil, oie of them:i
!bm't liimle zivm neindi ovliiii-s
imt t nirror tt'oomk it for his brother an<
actualy dr himl as sneuhd.
:t !ln.I'na .iourn.11.
Df adh of ti:-- S/'aya .- ' Lau'ris.-D1r
,otldricht, wi hit shot J~tLaurents hlat ~sonrts
ait I Iousten, iTexass, hs ls-en lkilledl it ant af
I'tay in ttat cosuntry'. A genttletman recentt
I)yi arive'i. I, inttbrm~s ams thtat Goodrich a5 tatck
edt a1 mtiit with initettt to kill, hut lortunttatch'
woke up the wrontg ets~taOr,andt got lhi
owni quietus.--Pijl. Inry.
Anneitro ion of 'j'eas.-1oint resoluIt ion;
were introdneed in the Seate, of this~ Sttet
otn the 1th inst. by i'lr. Crabbt, int favor o
the atitexattiont of Tex.as to te [Unite<
8 tates.-A alanm Jour.
Call niot that mant wrete.1, wihio, wuhat.
ever e'lse he sult ers as to pain inslietesd ti;
pslesuire densiedl, has a ehriki lhr whom~it hi
hotpes, sund ont whlom heo dosnts, Pov'erts
matiy grindh hitt 1o thse dust, ob.scuSrityv1 mus
cast its dasrkest isnnute Iovert iitt himte ont
of thte gay' tanay beo far Ifrost his wihv'into
Ita acte tiny bet tnll isown to is r bi( lu'
aisal his vi'ilie he stnceded by thoo sose
who hetts t dwellIs-event paig toay raec
hii~ oimts antd tsleep mayvd~ Ise is pil~tow-..
but he lhts at gem, iith whichb Ihe woul hit
paurt ir wealhth deintg compuiiitat ion, to;
-fames lillise a world's year, thr thet liuxurs
ohf the hsightest healthi, or for thet swetes
sleep that ever,~ stt upo ati imttor'tal's eve-hit
iA ilrtd tel ls us a gzood story of' a ba
infor h Cartolinia llaivinig hlen pitt in jatil
for marying~ I ;i ives tte md-oh hsis r,-';
and waI uz.seen t hret or foutr day us af'terwanh~t
byi a5 gentle'rntan, n' hto recog~tni.edt himt. The:
!.e+-'tett,5a anxionhus tO setnre the teiwantl t'm
hiis ap~prehtensionm, intvited htim insto hsis ho5;
to dinnter antd thIent slyly slippeds Ont ini pusr
horrtroni Ihis ret urtt, tol lind thast thet tcul;:rit
hadt absconsded with hsis II'ifl.- Loui:rillt
it th et er I 17, a joke wnes played ofi
ont lie Socitty oif Arts in Lontdon. Ac car
rinige, wiitht bitt onte wiheel, an ito tble uised
wytlitothiurses, wiasadvhiertisedt to) be onthbi
ted at sa paritilar placee, attdc thle memberl~cs
of thte society, and the enritbus ini genesrntl,
were inviitd to ctmet andtt examtinet it. Th'Ie
airdur of their ex pectzatiotn iwas somewhai ti
damupetned whe th'uuley n ere shiowi hua we 1
ILtri:.-Thois hin'~t is atenmdle ini Iwhchne are'
rockedo ait htbdtoi-p.btd -> o
111G R M,I&q. uf I Iiamutrg. S. C. will
liiw, dutrintg miy ab;;'snce from the $gtte
J. II. CO\ I.t'lTO..
'ni, Uditor ackowedgesmpay..
oud, sen.Thl . Garrott, D. 1). Brunmon, 1J
.Tolai 11.C(o~dty, .. AlJ. I,.-;Cr. Noubh I
I). i. M arvin, .lohn Pa bler, Rev. It. Wil- It
her, Wma. Stromu. John B. i1.Iimei lHarly c
Clarlk, T. .. Colemia. Isaae Jones, Ulrick e
eldick, iagh Neal, Daiv id Payne. A
In Wednesday tile 3rd insi. by tlic lev.
. C. Ilerlong, Mr. Amos \ hiLtle to Miss
M1ary, dauighter of Amos McGraw, Esq.
all ofl this District.
On Thuradny the 4th inst. by the Rev.
F - .- lierlong. Ir. Reulen Batnknaight to.
iis 3 lary, d aught er of the late .1aacoh uiet,
1ll of this District.
D n, onl the 1--t inst., at Edgerood, thec
r or!o lion. F. IV. PrsI.:ss, it
the forty-soventh year .of her like, Mrs. 1
- . AlA HANNA H ts[IIxN8, 1widolv 4f;
tho late Col. ELDRED 0S53liJ.'s.
Alirs. S. dicd of i plmonnary coinplaint.
whielb dicated itself after an attack of
lever, during this last Summner, and which
olitillned with flatteling vnriations, until
about the comineucemient of Autunit, wheu
it samnmed a charneter, which convinced licer
Phyicians and friends that it wias a con
firmed and incuralble conumption. For the
ist three Ilontlis, sh, hbeseif, was per- V
tIectly bensible, that ihore wns no'hope of "
her reco% cry ; and duritng -which time, her c
d(eport tmentlt amlt conlersati er full of in
ltruction : stich instruction woiu. l nid malke
the heart better and the head wiser; for it
was instruction proeediig fromll a true and
bentievolenit iamt, and a film and intellig'ent h
imm1d, elevated by contflmenut faithi and( stl
lime pieti--that faith upld pielty which lift
the mind above its orlinary level, 'and :
impart to the hunliblest of tour species a C
l soleiln and noble dignity of existenee.-...
With calm serenity. -nulisturbed eguaniii
ty and tnshaken fortitude, she contempla- a
td id eticountered death--sn-,ing to a.
friend, a few moicnts bcfore slhe" expired,
"-I am not afraid to die." T'le true solit
tiatn of tlhis trimphanit firmuess is this.
She was a Christian, whose colfidenlt Le
lief ill ,'hw lloI:y religion 'which shie profeSed,
inipired her with courage and fortitude t a
religit iiose practienil effect is well c l
-len!:ned to rebnke the selif-rulying philoso
pher, by shewing him, ht a feeble and a
telttl;:d ont rn s1:4 su pCrior to 3im itn tile
hour ot a ppearing before the !rilunal of in
finite jis:tice. before which tile heart and not
the head muist aceonte for the niotives that
ever ertlatetd it. The intl'geant Clergyman
ami1 reli-ions frindV ia mttended 'Ir.. S.
in her 1a-t days. hear c micIrnt ttestil1ov
hr len at fulmtering. und tri13umphalt reli
ance on the ellieaev of a Riedeemer. There
ik something ipecnliarly interesting InI Coll
L templating this laly in her last itoments,
in listening.i to the benedictions and inttrue
tions of an3 fectionate mid dving mother on
her aiueted elildren. " lic~hlmdiil siu ent1
one sep.arate:y, with djgnified~ compoture
mid heroic self-possession. To every frieid
aboit hcr, she bade an alfectionate .are
weIl, and elljoiled it on tlose lresent toi
e-mlvev the samte afi'eetionale tistimrony
oIf regaird to many frientds that were absent.
lier charneteristic, nnd( even chteerfual be-t
nevoience never forsook her for al momtient.
li Ir great dlesire was, to (lie in1 ;waree with
;all lhe world, nnd( tol convlev hien own plre
an~d bhitanlt fe~elinge to her friend. No
exelnsive regalrd for herelf couItld :arres.t thlis
feeIlng. A shorlt tie betfore the breathI left
haer, whlich ni as nhon t 1 o'lock in the morn13
inle. .4he ind(ientedl na wish to ktnow thae houtr
.f thae night: n frieftd standhing near, look
in 21 this wtchtel sai "it wantlts nin houra to
1 2 to'eiock, and3( 1 thinkt von wvili live to see
thec dawtnl of another Vear-Ilansin:: for a
mnomnaat she said1 " Aha! a New Ya er;
wish votn all, my friends. aI happy New
Year."' A faithful and( trnie heated tten-'
'ant--onet that had1 beeni ith her forn several.
wvetl.(s. made( tis aipprhpriatte und1( signifli
ennt reptly, " whatever may0 lhe our New
Yea. ou. my1 dlear maai. have the ats
Cnrtace (If sho~rtly (ivin~g thle commenle-l
menlt of the happiest Newy Yar th-at votn
hiave ever een Or explerienII(ed." Whlat as
neIinteiut doce this remark enugzest. Al
thou:h~ she left ti Path I amidselt thle weeCp- II
inl" and sornrow of nilietedl frietads ad chi1l
tiren,. enldentred to her by ;s1i the ties of .sit
cere a!fection mid( a motehers love, may~
sihe not haave joined, ini oyfutl recognition,
rebi.tives, friends and chtibtren, it a higher
and tmnrer ex istetnce, whose blrighit dawn
133 all that enter it will conltinnl to ine4rense
wvithl Eternitv. Sheo has left (lear frienids
to inin others twho ttnny h1ni1 with joy a r
stainted frienad, wile they feel a greneronls
sympthyit for thoise wthom site has heft, and3
wh:>I canno'tt realize the sutblimre exttacy of
IMr. -timkini5 was. nitotreth~er, armak
able woman. Witha the delienev. softness,]
and viehlin12 swe~etness of a true woman, a
Shet Jl.e4 edt n1 firmnetn... ener'y and forai- ti
Sittde w iebl manlif(ested themseelves 031 occa.
si 0ns1 that requiredl their exer'ise, and wichel l
enrve her-a grent coman~td over society.
1 Ter deptortment andel(haacter wterceltharne- "
terized( by n.haennifaul tiroprietv. Wihu
the pretenttion or alTetatitn (of learning. b
she was Iancommuaoaly well ednented, and( 1.
ilairmtedl on thuose stiieets which penaliur- I:
lv become and( grace at woman:tl 1 nd1 was I
famiinialv conversant with sneh h~ooks as
are enlenhated to refame muid elevate thet
mlind. To' trood sensen antd inudgmnent, im
proved amn nibtenedl hv various na e
taste. ifer taste in $m emboelishmrents o~f
the c.-onndis albout hecr lovtelv manltsioln, and(
in lier htousehtold faxturnes antd nrrantgemtents
wae rotd nod pulre-resulltinlg froit nattiv'e
tood sentse aid indeicionas obsIervationa. lit
Muasitc slie lad few eluperiors. She satng
ntI plaved on the piano,3 wt ihl nulolmmon P
em'.,..ethvinc the rare tink-nt andl power"
of emhasiin ith ditriinatingJ pmoprie
at. a ntdtI hrowting tncir on into0 her voice.
it lher SinrineC andi plaving, the( conlceptmon
of thle mii and the meanaing of thet athar
Iware clearly iienc~tetd. Few that ever
heard her thaat have ntot felt tihe doubile forco
of flurnsil' sonlgs, lhv lier tonelhit' natnner o.f
singing thiemi. Within a small circle. sihe
has'doo ":s mneh for her ftvorite 'mard. na
G'arrick ever dlid for Shakiespear. Thte Vii.
lage of Fthdecfield, dhistintgn-shed tts it is for
the~ musical attaintmenit of its ladics, is verv
mmch indeblied to 1 Sidkiusfdrlis ele
an11t necilmtJpllsltnept. 1jut i 's Autin this
loie thm her claradter gnd -intl tgnce have
Cen felt and exeited. lr-, p muIa man
ers.---rzenarkably. firm-IhamvU inparted
ieaIsel ves to lie yottg, 'hlo htivo lhlad lho
enefit of hr iaproving maid fascinlinag
uplliany. A ways Iiiiniable, vitad ikbitUjlly
beeal, ler example Waf0 rebukkp to -ill
atro aml despondency. With admiablo
ddress she' could sustain the tivradl aid
aspire with confiidcC the youn alnd oan.:
arrassed part of her Company. Nattwally
ieiahlo, shel induiged hospitality from feel
agK I hence her house was the cotcrial amid
elcome resort of' maiy ^frienidsI.-pusi
mich corntlpanmy. Iler couvrstmiona wras natu
il and easy-not ConsitAng. iln set phrpaas
uld l faslionable phraseology--borrowed
om.a Sovimeers m and ephemeraal N ovels
le .Con1*11ed he feelings fioi her seuti
enms, and attered them as tie propwie
t te csin sumgested ; Iad her Sucmcss
the best idicaion of her style.
'A'he i-riier of this feeble and melan
holy trilute to the memory of the subject
this notice, is mable to do h'er jsmice i, ,
le endcaring relutionti, o (ouestic life.
ler even tenpser, ier admirambe jidgment
aid her deep affectiont th-ere bloue itjit
ncomanoan lustre and beauty. Sho was .a
lother, true, genuine and- noble. Her ex
mple and virtues can be alone appreciated
y abose children ii he we're old:emzough to
:el their- force afiu enijoy their blessiag.
'heir testimony Will go- Iar to prs&rve
enj for-thiibenefit of those who nere too
obang at -her death to-uuderstnd their
almt. Te imiscription on.her lotub stone,
I far as her maternal character is concern
di, should lie dictated ))y the 'gratitude of
er children, and the learipf affcetion should
e mie only obetruction to ias being frequen
me rad and repeated in the doiestic circle.
,et her two youngest sons partietlarly
Ced this remark-hat a just epitaph of a
oble moather should niever)lie a rebuke to
egenerate children. -Let their 'own con
uct anddvirtues be their SUrst guaranity,
int'they will be wru-thmy of such a mother;
udm that they will not only le able to read
er history with gratitude, but with pride
Dumring the last seven years, Mrs. S. ex
eri (ec great domestic ailictions; having
rithln that ime, lost her husband, whose
anie she mentioned in her Imstniomenis
;itlh endearing- tenderuess, and two chil
ren, to whomli she 'was passionately at
teed Her constitution becane semsibly
.ecmd by her anxiety and sorrow. Ier
Itef. eep and sincere as it was, was not
aamfested by any frantic chullition of fe
mg, which sometimes excites and prostrates
be mind. With pious resigiation she stub
ntted, n it ntility to the decrees of Provi.
envee; and findin2 nII) conlsolation from the
rorld, resorted with a prostrate spirit to
ier Bihle, from whicl shte drew those les
ons which enabled her to lie nsitliout fear
r trepuaion.i Airs. S. for several years
efore her death was a memher of the 'map
'-t Church, and her active emnergzy and
heral ttamnifiaence have heft honoralle ace
lorials of ier devotionm to it.
Ifdenitificd with ale Village of Ed .faeld.
s she lams Ieen for the last thirtv mae o:m
wn years, the loss of this excelient humaly
-il1 le deeply felt, not omnly hy her relmi ives
nd lfmmauy, but bv sociey generally, o.&
bich she~ was a dhistinignishedl onmam:ent,.
'he stiranger amnd orphlan,. a lamost i n:tineC
ivly, resorted to lher for saccor tain -onso
ton:i ad her prompt juidrmentian bmccl -
evolenti hbeart reaily gave Item dircctioni.
snattance andim sup~port.
N ext to thme Ccnsolation * gamine to a ht
Ler woirbil. Is to leave this widh a leaved
npuatationa. Onar friend ha:aevr -n
nee of the firsan t he lti cee bysm
c af~ictmate regrets of a whomle coim
;IIF:. Partnmer-snip heretfme e itingi t:na
L amc ~: is tis dhay diasolvedI i.e mutuial con
-at. hehame's wvitl hereafater hie conmdneared
inder time tinu of lDi:.:meo &. hEV .h dort
uthorised to settle thme uai etir mfime tate irum.
- TIIslas G;. J(FV,
hlamabuarg. Jana1, l'.-~ Ii' 4
IJ. puersons ;ndb:ed toa t late Thlos. Rains.
-mibd-dcand re regnmestedl to imaik. im
aednitme pi~amenat, amaid all pm-eamos hiavinag 4d,.
auods azmainst the estatei osai dteCe::sed are r
ne'sted to, presenmt thmem duh nt. rretd.
3MA RT H- A RAINI-CRD, L.r,-;r.
Jana10.1 C 49
L lL pe'rsns havming any dle-nanmds ngainust mime
1.shtmim. of G. Ainersoin, &ei., deeased, are
nmieste-d to presen~mt them, anad those indcebh-tdo
make p:Iament wvithmi thme aimc pirescrigbed hvmhw.
A. AND EltS(ON, zien'grir.
Jan 10, 1838 - it 49
Om . JohnmmiParaiah.nec-ar Mnks Cornier
the 10tha inmt.. two hav Mres.. < ae a
w, ahick-et maimal ofilt- hat colonrmand a denfect in
we h-it eye~ :the othler a redl hav. wth ma smnaell scar
.ap, amid:m:..cear omfa re-cent soretehack .ea-h n iih
wtei lhind Ioo. Trhey- were seenm on thme 14th
-i. ona the Momaks Corimer lRoad. ahemnm twencte
miles above time Etaw Spirinat. amkinag thitr wv~m
ak to Edgemie~ld.re they- we-re iecale le iro.
hitberal itewnrdi withm all r es-onabsle expei sis v.-ill
e pmdia for their delivery to Mrs. Lequeuax, at
dgefmeld Court Iheause, or to Mr. Daide Gmail
rdt, On mthe Nelsonts ih-rry lad janst below time
nmaw Spring.'St. Johnms Parmishm.
Dc. gtitha 18:7 49) h
First rate young~ Woman. Aply to
31. LA BORUE.l
1L L persons indaebited to the late .hm
sepahr mrnnsona deceased, tamya regneis
d to amakew m immediate pamymen-amt an ali
-rsonas havinig demanada againmst ate em-tatma
said deceased are requmestedl to presenmt
cem dumly attested.
'A LElI TA LLEY, 'istrators.
Jban. -1 l1838 tf .is~
ankeen Cotton NIeed. For Stale..
I'R( ).'m1 foti to five hundttredl'hishmels of
Lgenuine ma nker 1-tn Cot/tm Seed coan
had mat one Daullmar pe-r busheilaby anpply
_to time subascribmter at Mm. James Bones'
Jt)IJN II. 11U7( lHES.
RD(M1'IELI) J)zja'A Mc I
Wv;I;ilmaaa 'ldt, Aplicili,,,, vj. -
1fvy itan order ftont th rii-''4fS
1.~d'~b'd t. i all proceeod w,it*tl ', a
I eiiuary nex,0?~0: lai rh ,Stt..o W
Pidget ciecetsed, bituatt oil ih'u lyztbrd Cd
Cl~~t(reek, and lituusiditip. oil Tuno 'Qr -
tlmatlcT* W arreu, Natleen Norris, ',Simtte1'
Jlceiiimsel uothers, con Cniiingi three h.undred
~te1Itt~ l Itslamre or- les, (il f"eit of
iand 0o "l brrIt, fild a In t;'a of- I I
protsitiss to lie Ordiuary. (.-t to 1.4 ptat4
*.OUT'If- CAR.!? 17NA.
jY -in ordier fianor the Ordlinry fs' /
E'dgefweld C. Ile1tin~. on th6,6&tX.'ojrn ty i
()If *it!w Wteri (if thtl
l~oiodn~ugjItuds of Citli ric
SleYels aie! ot herS, V nntaiin nric Ivjl -.'
'Ircd andte thirty leres, Mortte cr Iys vS '
ercelit of tlvee mozla1e. Pi'rch:: sur to gives
bond witlh good mei~iit d . t'1~ : cOr
tile preutiscs to ilzc Ordtiiry. C.b c v,1 11c.
Janl 10, 2Sc 49
I S0 u II ~cuto I I XA..
StephlenoC. Tt~rrv, Applimrt.vs.I
JnAm Terry cLtel, III-~ z!.;:.
EI it ;;rder from li (u Ytittar o" r%;(I Tti D.
isUit haill ItrueedCIo.ee u-l 1't,. C.
11o,11.4 (Ill till first 3lendav ill FL(.-I2;e., rcz't.
nnid otw estaett or ste.- cn
situiate ilt 51-nd 1itlOithe f'iI
Creek. and bounding oua land, of~ ic1u!-, Ij.
IliJa)nlttn,.J~ln--S Trr%- aend ;Lr. (et2
illg live lkiadred atud titi1tc! O e. 11101"; Or less,
oIil it ctptlit ttftwelyi, iuio1tils. I'ie :i-Lr to 0l'(2
Itoiild %vith good qeel:erilv, aizl(It ita 1-r?re of, 11:6
ltr-ultise1s to lite (hdietury. (>'~ e lii at, lit
Jan 10, ci~ A
R.011 TF1 C ' W" IJN A.
EDG PFIEL].) M11'-,1ici.
Jntitts O'(.Iilvi::. : .jjetcui.ls .
Yun order frim tho(IthwiA or iii4
11111 orlie 21tt of Ijjlit r d)1 - ili.k*-l e
ceat-zee. -,ievetet i -;iid I istri(, .i (il Ihe t:er.4 of
Uif, ,rnii izlula river. :tndl~ti'' oi, 1reeits er1
Itc~.Bartlett. zebe -1(13 It' 1tdehle 1,1. volWiliam
Maetim%.z S ilt't.Citit1ig two. Iiiiidtehret ;
llillety five ;aces. nset1e eor le-!. on~ ;' cedi~t of, 12
rity. mid n" iIoty_-'0 ot'l 1t-T;clzit& s to the Or
(Leart-. Ct*'i to li- raid in. c-1.-h.
N cniti c :t 1!: d.irwr- ions oi* tie- .q;t
(If-rctts-.ed. wil:1. ie d aei t I2t li,; resieitt-e ;11
ll-.i:.ratlvv p. rtew'eld (1 nd eiu-iti pirniurv.
( e'4111111 (;Ill a n d n !-11c~ m - 4r e1ti~ i ' . -