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Haan QusaXTaa, )
Columbia. 15th June, 18-13. i
T HE following REGIMENTS will parade
for Review and Drill, at the times and
places herein stated, vix:
The 25th Regiment at Winna.borough, on
Saturday. the 29th of July next.
The 24th Regiment at the usual parade
ground. on Tuesday the Ist of August next.
The 26th Regiment atChesterville,on Thurs
da the 3rd of August.
The 27th Regimentat Rich Hill, on Saturday
the 5th of Au ust.
The 46th I imenat at Ebenezer, on Toes..
day the 8th of ugust.
The 34th Regiment at Yorkville, on Thurs
day the 10th of AugusL
The 37th Regim-O at Limestone Spri
on Saturday the 12th'ef Aust.
The 35th Regimet near Union Ct. Ihouse
anT the 15th of 4ugust.
The Wputist the Burnat Factory, on
- Saw~ 4anust.
d maf Timon,' old Geld on
ton's, on Saturday
; 's old Store, on
Tuesdity ~ nut
The~ 5Reginent a Huntea's, on Thursday
the 31st of August.
Tbc 2nd Regiment at Hall's on Saturday
the 2nd of September.
Tbe42nd Regimwent at Minton's, on Tuesday
the 5th of September.
The 4th Reirin aw Virrennes. on Satur
daythe 9t.h bf Septewber.
The8th Regiment at Morrows old .cild. on
Thurslay the 14th o-f Septn-c.
The o4h egintent at Loumax's, on Zatuiday
the 16ths or --ateaber. -
The 9th 'Regiment at Lowe's, on Tuesday
the 19th of September.
The 10th Regiment at Richardson's, on
Thurasday the 21st of Selstember
The 7th feiment at the Old WrIs, on Sa
turday the 23d of September.
The Commissioned aid non-commassioned
officers will assemblc at their respectise Regi
mental muster grounds, for drill and instruction
on the day previous to their review.
The Major Generals ani Brigadier Gene.
rals will, with -their suite attend the re iews
within their emnamapds. -_
The Brigadier Generals are charged with
the extentione this order so far as rekates to
their respective Brigadis.
By order of the Comartnder-in chief:
J. W. CANTEY. Adjt. & Inap. Gen.
B7 To be published in all the papers located
within the Brigades ordered ont for review,
and tocontinue until the reviews are over.
June 28 13: 29
'..Cot~uiuA 22d June, 1843.
NElection for Major'General to fill uhe
vacancy occasiened by the resignaion of'
Major General George McDutlie of 'the First
Division, will take place on Saturday tho 30th
of(Septemnber next. The Brigadier Generals
of the Diviasion are req-uretd to extensd tih or
der to their retw-euive B*'. des. ansd smake a
return iummediately thre e,-. to the Adjutant
and Inspector Gerneral'i. defpartmentt at Colum
bia. the result of said electson.
By order of the Commmaer-in-Chief.
J. W. CANTEY,
4i'i. krifs. Gen't.
. uly5 J3t 2
E7Te be publiebed in ala the jpar in the
Division until the election.
.s li bar.anr CsvAaur.
Edgugeld, C. II. 27th Jsn-~ he43.
ROtBERT AN~I)ISOuN. Jr . :vir be.n
r~atk t tpant, willbc e. c !e -*d-c C
The- lIr igeak Staff will hold themec Ives rea
dy for duaty the 15th nf Aurt next.
- By order of Gj':.. O'tV
July 5 6Idd 23i
Cyclopedia or lIiery.
J D . T8 BTTS. hasrecesueda few cu
1 wsfer stale a: the publishera prices.
The4aeharer of thai work being so well
-knows to the puablic, generally, it is deemed
uohn'esary to comment upon ii.
The und-rei;w--d beiig apnointed Mi"aona
ries. in the irrt ir) ision of the idye'tiheld Az..o
caiation. cxpmet it coinsu.ce. their lab-ors at
each Cnt.reh .n the fo-H!wiat order. % iz:
Rel.oboth. Sat.;,Jay beto e the a-c.mnd Lord's
day in Jn1l
Red Hil. Saturday before the third Lord's
d-ty in Jidy.
Bufltoe, Saturday) b.-fere the fourth Lord's
day in July.
BULah, .aturday before the fifnl-Lord's day
. Cailahams Mills, Saturday before tho first
Lowd's day in Augu"t.
Mounnt Afori.. Saturday before the second
Lord's dty in August.
G ilgai. Saturday before the third Lord's day
Boany, Saturday before the foerth Lord's
day in August
tiore b. Saturday before the first Lord's day
in Se'ptembler. *. .
r. F. SIEG.
D. 1). BRINSON.
We. the Undersigned. haitug been appoint
ed iouestic amisionrtric. for the -tl hection
of the Chuarihes of the Edgenicld Baptint Asso
ciation, give notic, that we wadl by Divis.e
pieris-ion apend the Churches, at the fotlIun
ing times': - -
Hauburg, on the Saturay before the 2nd
Lnrd's bay in July.
Big Stephen&' Creek. on the Saturday beforo.
the 3rd Lord's Day 'nz JIly.
Mount Zlons. on the Saturday before the 4:
Lord's Day it July.
llorn's Creek. on the Saturday before the 5th
Larta' Day in July.
Edgefield. on the Saturday before the Ist Lord's
Dav in August.
Red Oak Grove, on the Saturday before the 2nd
Lord', Day ins August.
Bethanv at R 'publican. on the Saturday be
fore the 3d Lord's Day in August.
Antioch. on the Saturday before the 4th Lord',
Dee in Atust.
.0 JOHN TRAPP.
H1. A. WILLIAMS.
In consequence oft tnumber of Churches.
and the itaited time for viisiting themi. it is iu
practicable for us to attend e'.ch. We have.
therefore. ftotm their nearness to each other.
appointed one meeting for Mt. Lebanon and
at. Zion, to be ield at the latter. The rea
sons for this appointtcent will be given more
flly at the meetig. J. T.
11 A. W.
The ue-rriigned will commence titeir Mis
onary labors. *
On Saturday before the 2d Lord's Day in
July. at Siloamn.
On Saturday before the 3d Lord'* Day in
Jul. at Fellowahip.
On Saturday befor the 4th Lord's Day itt
July, at 3ottntain Creek.
On Saturday berore the 5th Lord's Day inI
Oa Saturday before the 1st Lord's Day in
Anusiot. at Gor.d Ilope.
On Saturda-r t:ef'ore the 21 Lord's Day in
ou.t. 4t ttle Stevents' (revCe.
On Sa:urdav b'foe the :d L.ard'. Day I:
A:t Ch~e--not1 Iidh .
On Saturday before the 1:ie LarJ g U.V in
Augut. at Sister Sprit.;.
Each meettng will continue cue week if cie.
cumstaces. favo it.
The undersigned will comnimence tieir 11is
Ora Saturday before the 2d S-.bbath in July.
Ott Sattrday before the 31 Salbath in July.
at Red Blank.
Ott Saturday bcforcthle 4th Sabbath in Julv,
lt Cloud's creek.
Ou Saturday befie the 5th Sab'jath in July.
On S-turday berire tite ist Sabbath in Au
goat, at Rock) creek.
On Saturday before the 2nd Sabbath in At
gust. at Sardi.
On Saturdtsy before the 3rd Sabbath i Au
gust. at Laitxsoton. I
On Saturdar indfore the 4th Sabbatht tn An-i
gust, at Cloud's cree's..
.JAMIES F. I'ETERlSON.
ceanKScoYV.NcK wITH rAtti:tn it TuEW.
To the Editors of thet .vaional bue igenar :
GrsTmntiss:--On Friday evenmng las
the frdheswag correrpo'ne'ci betweou ahe
Society and the A1'ostle of thte Temtper
nce of Ireland was read at a regtular meet
ing of tho Freement's Vigilantt Total Ab
stienco Societv. Ott motion of. .Mr.
Christopher Camrntack it was u:aaninous
ly resolved that the satne be publihed.
In aecordance with that resolution~I here
with furnish you with a copy. I atm, gen
tlmen, your mo~t ohegl't servant.
EDMlUND BIROOKE, Rec. See.
WVasst~1GTo!, .\ay 7. l840.
Ravara~vSett:: There i, a rumor a
float, a hich is s;'readintg jo'y thtrough thte
length and breadth of the landl, "thatt yatt
intentd visited the Uuietd States ;" vet it
is onl!V rumor. The Freemet.'s VieilantL
Total' A bstnence Society of Wasitngton
r.re antxious that th'e rtuntur shoauhl be fact,
atd at their last meeting udirec:ved mc to
foward to you the foll'.witng re-brintions.
rhich weire' adopted bv ate'innw'aiotn:
".Ruolve d. Tlhatt the Fre eme-s'se Veiibam
Tah Abstinenc Soc'iety of the ct:- of*
\Vahinte-:: have heartd with emontions o:
bail ::y tht 'he R ey. I. atthe r 6:-'. m
greaZ .\postle of Temperance, usili'.
tiae rkited States t~erin~g the coemiug 'urn
-Resolred. That the Corresponding
Secetaty of this bociety be instructed to
cmmitl~emete thte above resolution to the
Rev. Father 31atbew, and cxtend to him
the eartiest ond cordiaul invitation of the
Society to 'visit the shores; asauring him
of thes heartfelt drsire of our member. to
takka by tha hrand hitm who, of Dll livitnE
men, stands firs! in the hearts of ill
friendt of temperarce throughnut ti
You ennnot pos-ihly krnow, try de-ir t~ir
in what deep ; veteration y.,u? rair.e at
Oheracter nre held lY :he tott' i-"ibrtne
ni,itlions (of tlss rouiry without you .i-ai
us. You would here find all the entb'.
si'am aui respert whi-h nmark yoer owr
ountrymen and coutntry omn-xii
ted it, that spirit of stcrfing independeoc
which so peculiarly di.ariniruisihes a free
people; 3ou %itld receive the humage n
the inillions, but it wouid !e the homage
of th-i heart, the soul. payitor tribute to
worth ond talent which has rtdeemed my
riads from the fut:l prac'icc of intemper
ance, tsom an evil which bas 1,boin worlds
or people, and hadf fastentd atd wis fas
tening its fatul chains around the boly and
sol of oth r nillion,. who, through the
influence your exansple. litbor, awd
name, htavte thrown oi the fottl incubus
forever. to. Sir. come amoi ts for a short
peri-fd ! You will in mich good.
Although the work of refbrm i- progre
sing.with rapid and wvotlerfl aistrides,; rid
is cnrried on by a powerfil han.!. so that
we numbtcr at this time four millionts of
teeintallers, nearly one-fouri b ffc he nle
population of the Unated States. pled;-.!
to use no intoxicating dtrinkis s a bevern;e
we have some dissenttions amrng us which
your prepcure would neutralize or wholly
eradicate. It spritigs from a desire of di
tinction, and those who wish to lie leaders
bireak ofT from :he main stem. and set up
for themselves. I nm not surc that this
does not tend to add to our ntmbers, al.
though it distracrs otir counsel-i. and pre
ventts united and cnnsolidated actiton. We
fand the greatest stumbling blkcis in nur
way to be the modern tine dlrinkingt cler
gy of the Roman Catholic, Episcopaliaitt
and other Churches, whose exitaple is
powerful to do evil.
I refrain from troublirg you ftur~her. the
more readily as our wority bro-aer and
indefatigable President. George Savrge,
has so lately addressed you a leter. to le
conveyed to you by our disrin:tishede fel
low-citizen Thtunas Sewall. .1. )., in
which, no dtuht, every think necessary or
interesting has heea comultcnicaed to you;
and I will conclude by asurint yot that
nothing crul give so tmuch plea.sure7 to outr
ritizens as vour compliance n ith the reso
I respectfully request your acknowledg
meat of the receipt of :h; at the earlie-t
opportuniay silted to your convenieuce,
that the same may be laid before the So
ciety of which I am tIe organ.
I am. sir. with the most profound e.teern.
in behalf of the S'ociety and for myself.
your most obedient servant.
A. P. CUNNINGIIAM.
Cr-rspomu!ing Secretary. 4-c.
To the Rev. Tr. MA-tr.w, Cork, Ireland.
Fafi..r 11.zhere's Reply.
3%y r Fnir.%t, : The pen. - Ie my,!I
enjoayintg the pr;b'-p of making a pessoo
al nCqu:tintance % 1-.. m. o.ed 'irethren.
the teetotallers of th Uuited i::as i
mitre dihtant tOn I could wish.
I cannot ['ave Ireland for thqt pttrposc
earlier than tecxt spring; but timo flie.>
quick, aind I rejoice in the ruttior that has
reached me. through You, a heart cheering
afectiontate int itation froi tte Freemen's
Vigilant Total Abhitcnce Society of the
cty of Washington. -
I sltall ever cheri-b a grnteful remenm
brance of this bonor. anid would to God.
far ithe sake of the sacred cause, that I
was worthy of it.
Amidst the iiffcu;ies which must ne
cessarily acrotpany such a missiona a
ine, it its consolin to receive such a
co-tunincationr ats tha.~t nith which yttu
have so courreen:,ily f.r~oredl me. Con
vinced I am that it' is not he thtat plants.
or he thbat water., but the Lored who give
the increase, that the success of the great
movement is the wotk of the right hand
of te MoIst H:j1. atnd is altmirnble in tuu
eyes,.e iteuld lie gross atTectation in
me tm ssr that I was not refreshed and
cu.mfoferted bey your very luendlaters biter.
As Dr. Sec.-ll hats not yet ,irrivedh in
Ireland, I htave not r.-eeivedl thre litter amn
which you have alluded.
P'reset my grateful thanks to the mem
hers of theo Freemen's Vigiltan' Total Ah
stinence Soeiety of the city of Washing
ttot, atnd tell them how I appreciate theit
approbation of my hutmble labtors in the
sacred catase of tee:ortallem.
With fcrvent prayers f~n your happi.
ness. I ala, desr Mr. Cunninghamn, yours
To A. F. Cc~:muen.ut, Esq.
An Interesting Chumunstantce.-Cenerarl
Dearhon has comui cated thte fullowing
to the Bostum Couriet :
'When I ent--red the room~ at Concer'
Hlall, on the morning of the 17th, where
the mtembers of the Society of Cincinnuati
were to assembt'le l'or the purposue oef joinat
ing the preocssiont, wh~o lade come the-ru by
mietuake. itnsteadh of going to toe Statr
'A hi.z ;. convters.,tinn o it h one of tht.
mnetrben~t of the :.'i.t y, i tras strjria td tin
.e.'r the tne', oft a tife 'it the rtom, antd
tirnrieg hi the directitn from a hettce theyj
proceeded, direered an agd man,sen teal
among thei old sildira. who '* 'e-tr
inig on that instrtmntt. I i-nmtediately
went and took a seat beside mmrr .ud listen.
ed until he hadl concluded playing iflnsh,
inglen's March, when tho folowi ng cou
W~ere mnt firer in the reroneetiottary or
mye 1 as n' in whtat cornsa ' Nion's Re
. Lre /ynehing.-The St. .nuis G:a
n xette of a:e 21st ult. contnaus the followv
s ing partictrnes of a most infamous viola
tie::) (o t.,,e law.
- .-'-B ir g Opcn of a Prison by the Peo
7l--l!ie of a .laurderer.-W eare in
-de-bed to Mr Prim, clerk ref the late
seteamer Wertou, for panices!ars of a re
h 'rnt outbreak amoanoug thecitizeis of Fern
c iunrnn. St. Francis county. Missouri, and
i the forcibie seizureand execution by them
ol'Jarne, Layton, a criminal confined in
prisun of ant county and under enicece
Sordeath for the murder of his wife some
two and a half years ago. As many of
r our readers will 'recollect the murder was
perpetrated in Perry county, and from) the
nippallinig cnd fiendish character of the
dtleed. exctel the most lively indignation
in th4 commaaunity at th-, time. In fact so
ourtaiigcous was alte public mind. that ia
order to --.cure thac Eafey of the prisoner,
andia uphold the majes:y of the law, it was
deem1ried nee-ssary to change the venue of
the court, anid the prisoner wrs eccord
italy removed to the St. Francit district.
ti here I.e %as 'ricd. convicted, and his
ex-cution fiaed for S:aturday la:.t. 17h.
In the inwerval. tiowever. lie :andl petition
ee lior a reepite until the first Moiday in
September toext. A kntioledge uf tIis
faet did not reach tile proper authoritie%
an')!l Witie4:: twvo dais of hi, conemiphtrd
deatih. arid 'v~a, ron'ieiuewly known b'ut
a limti edl circle of the citi:'.ens of St.
,l-rarts. an a of which tihe.C in i1s vicinity
W.:re' 1.>t at nil aware. Lon- before tie
-I:y' wi hir i I heca a.i:sotuated for his
ha.lin - Z.wnted. hundrel, had asseiled
in time totwn. and hlv on o'clock the croi d
minb-riel thousand adl was rapidly in
cremsing. No pre-pnratns for the event
beirtg visible, the people became excited
and I imvii; no iniemation oif the resplite.
atId fearing that jus;ice was bing cheated
oat of a mz.'st righteous of'ering through
the, corroption of the law, they made a
str n;:, m-ive toward the prion. % here the
murelcrer was confined, and Lcatiig down
all oppomition they forced the prison doora
-s-(1e Layton-dragged hin not of ha
rell-erected a gallows, and hng their
vicatim, after nhien they pea~cealy tdis
prerwei. No injuri was austained by aly
pers-ir duiring the cxe'tenent. The con
2regatiou is said to have i-i:bered 300
Addrrss 1o t: Soldiers of - Rerou
ion.-The following c!ognet and appro
priute aldress wis del-.cred L.y Prest
dlnt Tyler, on his recent tour to New
England. to the surviviig soldiers of the
revolutlion, at the state 'ouse of Mo - I
;,::hzsoj, on the morning of tihe 17th nfj
June. previous to the novitng ofrte 'pro
ceanion to the batle ground of Bunker
l'ennera.l, Mern:-No incidentt amoni:
the many which have gra'fwd me in my
jn --ataoy to lie etlit.st hattle ;rouni of the
revoltu:anie la tiTor szu-b siteere and
lcartfelt phi saure ns your presence lit-it
t--nyi. T'l ur vive) nf that 1:periois
.'ruggle of in.lepenadencre. whi-hi v-a,
c1omm1raleced a Binnkur liil. you have
!!enn uipared to A itness the fruits s.f )otr
toil and blom' i) the eestab!i Mame:u: of
%onr cmenntry's frCetdoma :!.i nion.
T te %. ices yrn prfor daee ire far. vr
1'e ad' h.aran esimnate or car'hly
pbrolke. To-ir". indeed, too gloarie-:s
fr..l igilal t.'r -'..n'-.e :1C.-:titnr of mei
- -' perform. a..- :. ,ie 4:Ai hernie
ee~d,:1 0e- Iented tield led ' :-e ui
memberteit #,;'I mpire :hid the eb
li-,ient of ret ublican a -;--rnments.
To-nonie of 11e. in th.s . :V, t the op
portunity given. ti) feel as yo)L .-h. to 1
as yacte a d n t bir.asn nor marbtle
cn; adealy convoy.to uinbiern :atin9s
youcir varntues, youtr s'.li--ringe, your rluery.
-'ha gr-.atiole of seven t~-en meat n of
(reeen-..tlu- he'atrig heatrts of this grear?
-nationz atre nowt yoaurs, ta- when',, atn a
,hatrt timei',,you sbhl hare withrawn
froun our finaal love? awl oaar-aretchied arma~
I-tromi onr moirrtail rr'reer of::loery, ii uan
:.tnfaia ande m'iimneoral ionri on hi;;h
alien, ve-aeraheio patriots, then. dono~ shall
Itais nur beletd cotuntry bectmol yoaar
-nmnjment, and her erntitude iniscribe oan
''ar tombah in ep1it'ph to) which nu: btit
a'i ahecampanious of Wiashaington are enti
. I take yon warmry by the hand, and
shrdll parav never, th:a? your chosing <!ays
- mov be ns erene andi ha ppy as your life
wa's hononable niad glorious Agaein 14
,reer yoau with the loave and gratitude of a
The last Bustle Story.-WVe hea.-rd an
amnuaing anec~dote yesteanay. which fo.r
the benefit of our, readers we must lay be
fore them.-A certain married friend of
ours, being irn a ro adjoining a parlor
wrherein wvere saveral ladies, was when a
aleor was sudddlenly throwin opien.and ano
ther lady entered in breathless haute, and
'enqpuire.i of her -companions. "have you
heardl thae news?" "No, no :-what is it
I-ell tus quick." "Whay the moist sin
tular thing happened last night that I ev
er heatrd of-a hattle girl was ehorn writh a
bustle on ! ! !"~ Our friendl gave one roar,
F-rhe ladies setrteread, and he had to leave
without seeing them. as they politely sent
h ime out wrd "they wvere cot at homne."~
. Isfer's SJolloguy.-Here 1 am, a
beati'iul rascal, low in funds, sunk in rep
tation, seven hundred andt Grey mils
ifrom home, and no tmale to ride. If I
Sowe my landlord and thinig, I will stay
s Iandi eat it out like a gentlemaen; anal if I
own any person slse any thing, I freely
forrive him the debt.
I Orment aand Nixon's urgadc-' ow I'
did you -.erse ? 'Three yearl, I - I
Ole campailzns in tle J-rsev'. and I w.
pr.eut at ile exeritonr (if .1Jjpr rdre
How old.are you ? -1 am in my vJ ven
Where de- oi Nive ? -J Sprin:: i
%I flat is ywir na:;e ? 'inaldeu- Ferry
He then plned Y-,idle Doodle. end ri
markably wll.-IlIe hd a grandson wit
himtt who appeared to be ten or twelv
vcars old. and who find accopinied h
irandfather, appareily, to ttake carn <
him. as fie veteran w.a- feeble. aid I
deaf as to reader it difficult to convers
Now% remarkalae that afier the lapse c
time which had intervened since tie clo3
of the revolutio-t. there -hould hle heard.i
afhe S..cietv of the Cincitnati. in tile 6811
anniver-nry of ite iattle of Bunker I iill
a fifer f Washington's aratny playin 11
imarch of that *ill-strioaa parrtnw. ard :h
spirit sirring riatiunial air yf v.at!e' U
di'e. Which hadl ;o oftea cheered the A
mncricn canmp duritie the glori'aui stru.::l
fur liberty ad tiatioma: independence !'
[ Fratm the Nue. urk .Sun, 2:h! inst. i
The iistake of a d;:ht. or tilt Dm lf Wi
dot.-The fllol ing. auicrou story.whict
we copy fro oin lingli-sh paper, mi-lh
not inaptly le called '-The M**ia. oft
Night. or the Dleaf Widow." Wheiiel
the narrative be truc, or even ''foundeo
on fact," of course we cannt say : it iP
amusin certainy. an.i carriea % ih it the
moral of "ali'sfeell that eod4 aell.''
l'here dv-ils in the city or' Brtth.a verN
re-pectable .ady. the wtidow of : digiunitar
of tie church. She is a universal favorit.
witia rill the young I.Copile who have thie
p'--asuie of her intimicy, and nl wondr
that it is ao-th-* oolnes of her heart.thet
erisnanwimv of her temper her gay. citeer
ful dispaositionl, and the grace, ean-. ane
dignity of her manners, athou;h belong.
ing to ln old school. render tier sucieiy
anore acceptaleo tid agreeable than that
of many feimales hzuvin, ::reater ndilvanta
ges, it posseingT ydsnth and beawty. bit
destitite of the charn of good nature and
good breodinig. n hich di..tingtaishesi tht
conversation of' Alrs. W. The old Iads
iq, houwever. a lia;le denf. anad ma pon a coan
sequence of tilis ia. nlsity hmige!s our st
r. A gtlant iieutrant cioitnl ina lit
service of her most cracious Majes:y. was
equally celehrate!i for his devotion to th
fiar *--x, and fa: his bravery ia the field.
The laseination Af hik manners, .t0d th
beauty of his person rendered him a dan
;ec- Cnemay to the peace of any a f:ai
houma, but no one ever heard that COY
A - ever made a serious pc;::. I'
the words of Mies Edgeworth. he was z
mate jilh, or masnsculi' cu-uettc hlat h
alwayi. "o maa:iged mates rs,. tat.n% ii.;evei
pangs he iiflicted. lie always sea;>ed thi
expresse.1 indiaa:ation of the lad'r. at
'Ile siLni'feant reanns'rances of father
amd brlaiber-s. 6uih wi-s Col A- -
wh. n he paid a viit to the reoawned cita
4 1! e>urse. stch a ditiignti--hed persw'
n.:e ssai re'eived 'vaih openi nr-- iinto th
bt.t qocier. '' . ; e i . : P iy ilac' * I te n f ih cit
hat; - n.1 Ole honor r.: 1! 'rt.'
to the n% . we ba-- .
Th pht t g-" tenCa-il ian .!
thaa svte 'f iten si4.0 i ht'. hha I -'
successftiV prIactired ekerh, . '
toa Ladiieani;;hed, the Coiloane' I i- nauj i'
tie had-arl he cotiniuied hii g.my enre-r
as recklewz' ,t tihe mortification and miaaeri
he had cau,ed, as if lie had been re.lly at
unprincipled man. instead of being on
unthinkini: a'mia vaina.
Now, our worthy itlow gave a haill.
which. of cour-e. all theelite of Bath wer
invited. To this b-.l id C1 .--- r
company a f-iendh. tho' noi imernif initA
it beinig ttnilratod that the idiow isonha
receive thfie ' i' withour the regul.r f.>r
maaty ''f iav:';tions. The Col. look.'
mow-l ti :ae pleeanre ofl tbrtias,: nsi|
haifathe pres v irlt in Batb. Poor mnin
b..;ile k-s 's .ati nsa hianging~ isver big
dev'5'dt hea.l. As soon: a-hlie e'ntei- .ith
receptiona ron-n a generr:d w'hisper anemste
thie nj'ority or fttase of the new comeri~
naid unfortu.-ae4 ;..w wordai c'at:;ht 'ih
car of th.e wison'--'gnral lo'es.'' Th
Col. an b;- trtteid -aa:,4' their way to at4
lnd v of :hae sanssiaon, a bhn s a'sutn ounde
bay 'n crowd oaf friends ; ate at!!.ant affi'e
was in'trenluce'd, but athe widow laein;; deal
bis name did ajot reach the tympuasum a
her ear. .Judge, if you can, of the Cii.'
horror whten he was aaddresed as Genera
Lorer! Thte widow belonged to that oli
school of polaiteness which considered in
dis'biiol initrodnertion necessary, and Gcn
"rail Lover. Mr. Harenura -Mr. Hlarcoar1
G;eneral Lover-General Lover. M i
11 ardcastle- Miss i Iardcastle. Genera
Lover-sounded thrnnagh the room ina th
widowt. clearest and Igudent voice. Ther
was nao posbibility of maistaking the name
the lady". deafness had becomo infinnte!
-vntse since mornia! no explantatial
could stop her rapid introduction of Gecn
eral Lover tmo her unrernus friends. .N
me'r~ly human mu-cles could iuiand this
a geoneral ropar of iaiughter pervided tim
rooma. aimd the posor Colioneli briake awa;
froma ahe widiaa, sma ru..hed front the rooii
man an aigonly of moitifieauion.. From ah's
day Coli. A ceaseid his flirtations, but h
was too hane a fellow to ho allowedl to ri'
main a bach-ior, and hi n sirao blessed thm
day when shme tmade General Lover a Bern
Blasfing' Rock.-lt is said that a
daunger of 'a prenatuore expiosion in blastin
rock'.. may be obvited. by using needle
of coper, i:e'eadl of ron,' in priming th
Interesting Incidents-A carrier pigeom
alighred at the hmoue af the .Ion..W.
airra'l. in Canaan. Connecticut, on Mon
i;y atternoou. l7th inst., giving signs of
huucer and fatigue.-And as Judge B..
never seuds the traveller empry away, he
borough! out some wheat to his winged
visitour, which it very greedily ate. from
his hand. While the pigeon was eating,
114 lcgs were noticed to be %rapped
with laper ; and on removing the banda.
gem. they were found to contain Mr.
Webster's oration, dtlivered at the Ban.
ker Hill celebration, writienj on two.
sheets of ti6sue paper. The Judge had
the pleasure of reading the speech while
the bird was satisfying its hunger and re
gaining its slrength, and then replacing
the tisuee botis .of the faithful airy mes
senger. it took a rapid flight to tbe west.
Great eff'orts are making in ibis city by
some or President Tyler's friends to io
duce l'im to select Gen. Cais as hisSecre
retary of Staie.-N. 1. True Sun.
A Drspch.-A W ashington corres
p..ondienttiof the P'hilhdlelphia Evening Mer
A despatch has been received at the
Department of State. from the Sandwich
Il4ands. coutaining a formal and strong
rrotest fmin 'heir' King, against the late
nivasion of the lBriish, addressed to all
Go'verunments. inviting our and their in
erporition It) check the illegal and grasp
ort spirit of conquest which England of
e years has adopted, without respect to
be umity of nations or deference to the
1' eayy stipularions which obligate her to al
:ourse entirely difTereut.
The protest is drawn up in an able and
ntanly wyle. setin forth in the strongest
nin most popular terms the injuries in
licted by England. and appeading for
niedi.ition in such language as must in
luce a vunrm and decided cxprossion of
entimeot by oth -r counlried.
A Nocel Case.-The N. Y. Courier
:ares tiat a singular case was tried in the
,oart of Common Pleas.last-Friday and
5:aturdav, the interest afwhich, however,
Vas marred by the jury failing to agree
ipon a verdiet. A step-rather sued hi.
tep. p-on fur severay cars' board, couten
ling that tile son mdo a promise when he
ntie tn live with his step-father, to pay
1i. board. It was urged that being Mi
:or, any contract. or promise was void,
>at as bouardcones under the bead of ne
!enarie-. Judge Inglis decided that 'the
iromiso was 6iudiug. Judge I. also
!barged that as a ceneral rule,' a smel
'ather was not hound to maintain his step
:hiiren, a principle. which, ifestablished,
nY cnuse clonsiderable inconvenience In
Wf'alkng.-Walking is the best possi
ile exercise : habituate yourself to walk
very fMr. The Europeans boast of hay
ng staidued the horse to the uses of man,
aut I doubt whether we have, not lost
mioire t:ti we l'lvc gained by the use of
hat atimal. No one haa occasioned an
muh th dAegeneracy of the human body.
An india:1 goes on foot nearly as far in a
tay. flor a long jonur:ev, as on enfeebled
w!,ite does ott his horse. and be will tire
'he hes' horses. A little walk of half an
hour in the morning, when vou first rise.
Yadvi-able. It shakes of'.sleep, and
produces other cood etrects in the animal
intkchint Apparatus.-They have a
marnsl" far hatching eggs ,now actually
in use in L!.n. bringiig out the little
rhickinag inl bronou of iries and hundreds,
ti bt i the puetuality of it old hen. The
followir.; i. the adverti..emect of the ma
chin-. as we finad it thae London papers of
the !l int. which we insert gratis.just
for the sake oif spreading a knowledgeoof
the now intventioan:
"- H aliing A ppartus!-Reduneed pri
Cesg (f'rom eight to sexteen guineas.)-Mes
ru.'T~l & Seen of Bury stect. looms
hury. heg to call the attentiun of the pub.
lie 1o the portable patent Hatching and
Ilearing A pparatus, being the original
mnanufneturers. This successful inven
tin is ca pabile or hatching.-at s trifling
expense,. any niumber of g m'e and po
rgg, of all sorts. from fifty to two band ,
at onia timle, and possesses the further re
commendlation et rearing the young birds
a. all seasous, anal of furnishing poultrya
for the tasblet at a triilin't cost at all pert
odsu of the year. I"or further particolars
apply to the manufaetnrers. A machine
may be seen in use daily."
E sas a Reoardy -The white of an
eggz ise said to be a specifie for l6sh-bones
sticking in the tbrpaj. It is to be swal
lowed raw, and will carry down a bone
very easily and certainly. There is ann
ther. fact touching eggs which will do very
well to remeuber. Whed, as sometimes
lby accident, corrosive su'blimate is swal
lowed, the white ofone or t wo eggs, taken
immediately, will neutralize the prison,
and change the the effecct to that of a dose
Declaration of Indepensdece.-.This
document, as appears from a printed copy
in ehe office of the Secretary of State,
tranismittedl to the Convention of North
Carolina, in 1777, by John Hancock, and
bearing his signature, in his own bend
writing, as President of the Congres.of
'76 was originally printed by a wpa
there were womnen in .415ose .s
(Cagherine Goddard. No w od tathI
glorious declaration was snecessf iy
maintained by the gallant spirits o~
Revolution.-Oz~ord (N C.) 1Ieeagg