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january 14 if 51
WAGES OF LABOR.
The report of the- CotnmisJoner of
Patents contains an extended tabular
statement of the prices p'aid- o farm ]a.
borers and to mechanics in the, various
coufiies of the diffierent States 'of the
Union. The facts thus presented iust'
be interesting ti our readers geneially,
and we give the substance of them in a.
FARar LABORERS,- Maine, ..nortlIern'
parts, $12 to $15 per month; N. Hamp
shire and Vermont $12 per month.;.
Massachusetts, western, $11 per month;
New :York, mostly $10 pet monib, of-.
ten '$12' per month, a very fet 'S8 per
mo~nrl;New J'essey, $15 per month,
and notboarded; Pennsylvania ,mostly
$10 to $12 per month; Maryland, $8 to
S10 per inonth; 37 to 50 cents perday;
Vi gin i, southerti, $5 per month;
V ot hwestern, $10 per montih'; 'Nrith
-Carolina, riortherr&,and central. $7 to:
48 per month; western, .30 to. -75 cents'
- rMila 'ny'il:''tar6linawestein 8#
W onti wite. laberers,.$154 peai
anmonth; Georgia, northwestern, $15per
month, or 75'cents per day; Alabama,
sputhern, 30 cents per' days nordiern,
.25 cents a day, central, 50 cents a dat
Mississippi, colored, 50 cents*a d
white, $12 to $15 per month and found;
newer parts, 50 cents per day; Tenes.
-see, western $8 to $13'per ionth;east
era, $10. to.$12 per month; hio,imost
ly $10 per month, rather higher in:the.
southern parts; Indiana, $9. to. $10'er
month; Illinois, central and so.uthein,
$8 to $10 per-month; northern,.$15 to
$20 per' roth; Michigan, very.-Varita
ble, average -about $11 per mont'; fo
we, about $ 12,50 per month.
As a.general average, wages are high
er in more newly settled re'ggons, espe
-'cially where emigration is rapid and en
terprise considerable; in older country
places the wages are lower, except near
cities, where - they are -high. In the.
slaveholding States wages are generally
considerably. lonei than elsewhere, with
the exception of the sugar region in Lou
isiana and the more southern, newer and
cotton producing porlions. To these
general remarks there are of course ex
- MRcuAmocs.-In the more northern
and eastern Stares, the daily wages' are
- fromt $1 $1.25, being irigher in cities.
In the more northern slave States wages
are not quita .s'o high. -in the newer
slave States the wages of mechanics are
*hfigher,'varying-frorm $1 to. $2. In the
.westerra States the price is generally va
riable,I being f)rom 75 ceunts to $2 per
day;.scarity ini a supply tending to ad
vance the price; withi-he low price ,of
- - m-povisions and consequent higher rates
of money, has a contrary tendency..
In England the average wages 'of' a
laborer are 40 cents per day, but the.
* standard varies greatly. The Netting,
'im' stocking weavers, in an address to
the 'pub'lic, stating that after toiling front.
*14.to 16 hours per day, they could earn.
only from.$1 to $1,25 per week, and
were obliged to subsist on bread and
-water, or potatoes and salt.
In Ireland, the average price of come
non labor islfrom ten- to twe-lve cents'
~per day.' -[n France, the common wa
'ge of a hired laborer is $3T.15 for a
man, arid $18.75 for' a women, annual
* lyf the taxes, upon which are equal to
ontesfifth of the nett product In some
parts of Indlia,'uihere. the laborers -want
*but a little rice and salt, the common
wages are as low as five cenis'a day.
A'It is better to cut grain juist before it
ifully or dead ripe. WVhen.'the straw
~iniine'diately below thfe grain is so dry
* Niit.on twisting it no juice is extracted,
ti sliould be cnt, for there is then no
furiher..circulation. of juice to the' ear.
'oed debts become bad i 'you- callithem flot
THE OLD WORLD.-THE MON
ARCHS oF EURO'PE.-TERRITORY AND
POPULATI .-Tl6 excitement in the
old vJorld, - the revolutiun., the reform,
and the .threatning aspect of affairsat
our last accounts, have induced many
inquires as to the names-and ages of the
reigning sovereigns the.extent and pop.
Ulation' of their various Governments.
We have therefore, turned to the latest
authorities, and gather the fo'lowing:
,Great 'Britain-Victoria, Queen of
Great Britain, was born May 24, 1819.
Ascended Ihe throne June 20, 1837, at
the the age of 18.- Goveinment, limi
ted morarchy. with two Houses o&Par
liament.Population 26,821,105. Ter
ritory 116,700 square miles, Religion
Francp-Louis Philipe, late Kine of
France, now a Repnblic, was born Oct.
6, 1773. He assended the throne Aug.
9, 1830, aged 57. Governmsent late
!inited monarchv. nnw a -Republic.
Pop'Ulajion, 34,194,875. Territory 202,
135-quare miles.' Religion, Catholc.
Nicholas 1.-Emperor of Russia,tviis
born- July 6, 179-. He. ascended ihe
ihrone Dec. 1, 1825, and nged '29.
The'Govetnitent is an Absolute Mon
at chy,, the territory 2.041,809 square
miles, and the poptlation (including Po
land) 62,500,000i Religiou, Greek
- Frede icWilliam IV.-King of Pius
iia, was born Oct. 15ti,. 1795. He
acended ihe throne June T, 840, aged
15. The Government hasMerstofoi-e
been - an Absolute Monarchy, with a
population..of 14.230,000.. Territory
106,202 spuare milks. Religion, Evan
Ferdinand, 1emperor of Austria, vas
orn April-19, 1793, and ascended the
rone March .2,1835, aged 42. The
rovernient heretofore been.an absolute
Ronat chy eicept. 1I~ngary, &., .ith a
popuittion ofd.6j519,560.. Squat miles
C55256. eiin~ahlc a
,Louis the King of Batihi inid
6ohaav abdicated) was ea st 25,
ted-mon4archy with two chambers, the
iopulation 4,3.15,469- Trritlory 28,
135 sqnare milese -Religion, atholic.
"Obear I; King of Sweden and Nor
-y, was born ind uly, 1799.- He as
:nde, the throne March 8 1844, aged
15. Government,'lithired manarchy,
wiith, a diet. P<pulatiun' 4,156,900.
-Christian VII., 1ink of Denmark,
as born Sept. 18, 17A6. He ascend.
4the- throne Dec. S, 1839, aged 59.
Government, absolute Monarchy. Pop
lation, 2,033,265. Tetritory, 59,562
WiHliam II., King of Holland, or
r Netherlands, was born December 6,
1792. Ascended the throne October
7, 1840, aged 48. Government, Lim
ited Monarchy, with two chambers.
Population, 2915,369. Territory, 13,
890 square miles. Religion, Reformed.
Lropold 1, King of Belgium, was
born December 16,1690. He ascended
the throne July 31,1831, aged 40.
Limited Mlonarchj, with two Chaim
bers. Population, 5,242,600. Ter
ritory 12,560 square miles. Religion,
Frederick, King of Saxony, was born
May 18, 1797. Ascended the throne
June 6, 1336, aged 39. Government,
linited monarchy, with t wo Chamlbers.
Population , 1,651,114. Territory 5,
705'square mile's. Religion, Catholic.
Ernest Augustus, King of Hanover,
born Juno 5, 1771, Ascended the
throtne July 30, 1837 aged 66. Gov
ernment, Lineited Monaichy, with twvo
Chambers. Popu-dtion~ 1706,280. Ter
ritory,14,600 square miles.
William, King of Wurtemnburg, was
born Sceem ber 27, 1781. He ascen
the throne October 30, 1816, aged .35.
Government, Limited monar chy, with
two chambers. Population, 1,635,654.
Teritory 7,568 square miles.
Thero are, besides, 20 6ther Ger,
man Principaliiies, Grand Duotchiies,
Langravines, Electorates, 4.e., some in
the form-of absolute andlothers of limi
ted mnonarchies. There a also in
Germany, Bremen, Hlambuig, Frank
fort,Lubec, frecities'wffich are sepa
rate and reiinblica'.4
Isabella I.I~"grdef Spain, wvas
bino October 10, *1830: ,She. ascend
ed the throne Sept. 29th, 1833, aged 3
years. The Government is a'Lmnaed
Monarchy, with a'Legislature, (the Cor..
'tes.) The population is 12,286.941.
Territory 179,780 square miles. Reli
Marie Ii., Queen of Portugal, was'
boro April 4: 1819. Asce'nded' he
thre May 2, 1826, aged 7 years.
Government, Limited 'Monarchy, vith
one, Chajtuber. Population,. 3,550,0.0.
Ter-itory 34,500 square miles. Reli,
Switzerland is a Republic with a Di.
-I - -
Iet. Population,-2,135,48Q.: Territory
17,208 square 'miles, Religion Calhjto
Charles Albert. King of Sadinia,.born
October 2,J798., Ascended the throne
April 27, 1831, aged 32. .Government,
Absolute "Monarchy. Populatign, 4,
168,000. Territory 28,830 sq.' milei
L opold I., Graind Duke of Tusca
ny, born October 3, -1797, ascended.the
lihrone June 18, 1824, aged 26;- Go
ernment, A bsolute. Population,-1,436,
785. Tet ritory, 8,302 square miles.
Pius IX.. Pope of Rome, is the tem
poral Soveieign of the. States of the
Church. Brn Dec.' 23, 1792.. Was
elecied by tho College of Cardinals,
.June 21, 1846,at the age of 54. .Elce
tive Soverpignty. . Population, .2,732,,
436. Teiritory7,048. squard miles.
Ferdinand I..,King of ihe'Two Si
cilies, born January 12, 1810,-ascended
the throne Nov. 8th, 130, at the a
20. Gowernment, Liied.Monarchy
wil afcounedil. Poptlation,7,975,850.
Trrtory,.41,531 square. miles,, .Reli
There, are -also Duchies :in Italy
Parma,-Modena ,ande Massa; and the
Principality of'Monaco. Neither should
we fbi get thb6m lf Riptilic'of San
Nirino, injty,'Wiiih' 700bfiiitb iqnt6'
Mthat of Aid r ,.n the Py-enee,
with011700 inibitantfs- -J;'; tia t o
lo nia'n".1 di , ih.081100:4djahabitr
ants, in the Mediterranean, 'under BriLi
ish protectione - *a .i
Ot bo:,Kineof;Greece de~ biorb June'
1, 1815: "'He ascendethe ihro'iMir
7, 88-,sued 17 Tie-0 &iernienitt'is'
a limite'd Mdnarcfj thepluliti92n 94
Religs'n.reek Church. -
. Ab i~Medjide the:Sultan -ofErkey;
was bora April: 2QT828. -Hecad-.
~dthe'tbrosi~alf 1 839,'gsfd 1 d
AbsolueMdhafda.~ ?6p'lwtioit, 9
H5,000. Terr " I'i
engter eR.prsejitme, apd
1il be foundinseful:as-a itegefrs
ois.-Lonis ?ITJ was a' fldh&ob y..owb
knowledge, and despitei orifie-answirs
made for him on. his -trial. The. King of
Spain was a fool and or Naples the satme.
They passed their lives in huntiug,.a4Iai?
despatched two couriers a. Week one thou
sand miles to let eacb other-know the ganmet
they bad killed the preceeding days.-The'
Kingiof.Sardinia was a fuol. The Queen
of Portugal (a:Braganza). was an ididt b)
nature, and so was the King of Denmark:
their sons. as Regents, exetcised: the pow
ers of government. The.King of Prussia
the successor of Frederick-the Great, was
a mere bog in hotly as well as in miod.
Gustavus.of Sweden, and .Joseph-of Aus
tria were realiy crazy, and- George o1f
Englapdi Was ina strait waiscoat. . There"
remainecione Out old Catharine of 'us.
sia,.who :has been too lately. pked up
to have lost her common senso.:4, the
state Bonapart found Europe. and it'aea!
ihis state of rulers which lost it. with scarce
a struggle. The animals had become
without mind and powerless, and so will
every hereditary monarch be after a few
"An.l sot endeth the hook of.kings, from
all of whom the L ord deliver us."
CONFKDE4cE sN Tau Pcoi-La.--Who
the revolutdonists who won the Repul'ic
forFranei, had forced their way into. tb6
Palais Royal, and had. reached the apart
men's ofYGein. Anthalin, one of Louis Phi
lippe's aids de camp; they encountered, the
General's lady, a woman of dignified' de
bortment and stature, whom the General
had esponsed for her rare beauty, being
but the daughter -of a poor fisherman of
Granville. '- My friends," she exclaimed,
"I trust you have nt -come here to offer
anty injury to myselfeo- my husband. I em
not one of yourfiute lardies, hurna daughter
of the people;'I throw m~yself then,.confi
dently, on-your protectiotn....-But . I will
not leave my bust'and;. he is confineod 'to
his h~ed byi~ness." The band were struck
with the beidness of 'the, appeal. .They
repai-red to the General's chambher,.:placed
him in an arm-chair,. and headled by this
daugh~e? of thre people, they conveyed him
to a friend's house, in the neighborhon'd.
On. reaching his destinadion, the Generial
recolleeted leaving a sum of 130,000 (.2
500) in' notes and 'gold, in his dest...He
handed (hie key of the deslk to a working
man. in, a'blouse, whomn he did 'isot. ktiow
An' hour after, the man retuirned wizh~i.
ary soul of: the money. .This is by. ni
meatns asolitary instance of the dismnter.
estedIr.ess and nobility of,,mind dispilayed
by rho people. during .tbese most glorious
three days.. -- ~ ,,
.A.FaEEE5si.-Tbe. secret fce bas
b'een a'bolished .in all the Ausirian provma
cet. - Thafun'etioanries are. gafjiied t
empylop spies,. since tie6s epress willnot
felto reveal' 'dangerous con~iiiracifes -aid
by. the q~uionary yoih of- Havana, ir
whicih~ iis~t b thinnabiit'sCibi
to assert ,bi i.ndenendce. '- '
SEVF'. TERFROM EUROPE.
No u - glaizd--the Chartist
Con d of qdiily-No Rev
S and-Pari' quiet-D"i
ress e era of Francez-Dls
- 4 -e-Appr6ah of the
Aun aan Armie--Dif
turbOn '." - Pebrg-Germany
n e Tyro.
They ar steamer America,
Ca-t. bli this city about
halfpa ~iorning, having made
thep - "L verool in little less
haf , fr ieen .s. Ivis rumored that
Loia'1hJp among her passengers.!
Th'e Am in seven days later ad
.ies. -Am o':utline of which
: Ps ps are advancing into <
Hosteio '9 ' kirmishes took place
on iihelet at i1e Danish troops and
the Holsit'de The King or Denmark t
had leftC pert a to join the army.
'Elungar h eclared herself indepen
det.., an ho . Arch-Duke Stephenf
At -1 Amn I' Tyrol, the iat adel
yieldedtoe ional Government.
ll is et seit, and the prepa
Ser ioa u ceshave broken out at
St.Pee -u sv
- 7hri -eI disturbances at
Coluggae been suppressed.
Austn.- ; for Vienna, .
.I'o -.tin0' decisive.
Th Warsaw is not'
clrm - ~ a a
4bea ti enormedatNo
p~so ira ebacer.
, e jz Parliament
Iii, le '-didaq ra.t
~ovii ~ . eel --
.eo a t
sisiiar i~o'2o o-hffatib) go
tog o p the 6 -oh
labonn il - aetOs4a~b~c1
d'irl Gaa aatl oenmhe
.Nartina Q ral 51on u and
ba ipaise . rbests
de:1nrinii A surrijpo
y TiesAus ~ nSrinrat ioo iie
IproIching bthedaLm .b..
Radetsky conceptented his'fbrces be- "
tire'n Ye ani-.M1at6S. The oiia
i g h6 Jbt,Uis o ad fro
1tw the Ye iaist Ydrgry, every defilejin
the Frili is 1' rd1 tprevent Austria's
reinforcediE ontering 0Italy. '.
The genei elj tera6f.the coutinen
taleAdvices, uip Live.[ Mail, . is,
muce Hlbr s tiifi0ythano for some
timel ' t 4~te rds Denmark, the
riev dr in 11 Prussiats poliii
eaftfai-rs3r ' Com mercial afatirs
also begin . a better aspect, not on- -
ly in Belgiu edbi n France: till.: how- i
sho is symp&ilns*fimprovement, a return i
of eondenc , ing pecepible. The,
Bank of Antworfihas declared a fourth
dividend of ten pei'een. to-its creditors.
At'Berlinse~eral banking houses have
The litter frtim Marseilles announce
fater seriode aildnres. Thie failure of
Messrs. Th n yedt& Co., e of the
mont resieotsbiskand: esteeaied banking
houses inPris' imeniiod-ad
The f~loldei appeared in the third edi
tion of ths Mo tisronicle.
-4-IUt,,1Frid Movitug--The H am-r
brg sieam a. Brown, errived
here from s e~fgthis~morning. She
brings ie -Rrdhnhalleot -the 11th inst.,
tiod-thichek tciaetlre 'important in
41ostlitieba hve serieusly commened
between f 6cres of Denmark and the
of S'chleswij #lutein. A fery force bat-t
divdhed . O it near Flenburg, in
hi telia fishad decided speri'or-c
ity .in numb~p Kwell as ini their cavalry
and srtil8:y /he'Scbieswig:Hlolstedl ar-i
my-was defiee ndoid compelled to fe-,
treat to'VardP endsbr-g. -. e oa of,
lite was v -f~-a both' siis The
Daneses aboldicty or Schieswig.' -a
TeP ' *e received orders to i
drie he- to:Shleswig, in, rd~er.
4'o the, iatpf ths .statu in o
mit. T gi ddia,4h NIing of Den.
mark) otrmedibat abould he. -in
refalt iitsewp ns the 'part ofthe
Gernin Utop the piassage'of the
Souun'yt 6ssian Rforces would irmme -
diately adi 6 ito the/ Danish territo-.
-ies snd v4 sly prosecute the war.
"$|bS York Heralid, 29thsuit.
ha b' iliat Egland hias passed
the 'risis~4 lihe agroat Chartist move
menth'ash .tii smoke, and that Euf
land is-irli onarchy.
In;Irdla $e co'plexion of thingh a
the samIt- he petople maintain
the-sao. and so does the govern
afmnti*h eldat tbie pevious ac,
n Te hav pursuedttheir inci
cdssfint orou te arefthro Lti
bardy, The Austrians ilhd at all point
as they 'advanced, and .Redetski retire
with a view.or throwing bimselr Into Ve
req, having it is said, railed to accom
plish a yessage through Tyrol.
. A sauguinary engagement had taken
$la'ee under the walls or Verona. One
account'states that the Piedmontes were
victorious, anti had captured 5,000 prisquo
ersk 1brilstf, however,, i.th pre'poderance
of belief was that the Austrians were victo
rious, and that the Piedmontes loss was
6000 men. More correct intelligence-has
since arrixed, by which we. find that ho
decisive battle bad been foiught, but that
the armieb must speedily come to an en
gagement on the banks of ihe Mincio. Up
n the, issue of this impendiug battle bin
tes the peace or war of Europe, as should
he Italians be beaten, France, it was ex
txpected,-could not, if she would, remain
In Germany the distress seems to be
a themincrease, on uccount of the failtre
o(several eminent banking houses, Which;
renting great distress among the opera
ives, render the security of the various
Potentates of Germany highly precarious.
TH E CHARTIST PETITION.
eport from the Select Committee upon
The Commit tee upon Public Petitions
a confirmity with ine instructions of the
ouse on the 26tlof November last.. in all
asesto set forth the number of signatures.
a'eaeh pletition; and also haviug regard to
he power at the same time delegated to
hem, to report their opinion and observas
ions thereupon tothe house; have agreed
D the following.
SPECIAL REPORT. -
That on.~th. 10th day of April, inst. R
ietition for univcrsal suffrpge,.&c. of the.
ohabitants of the Britsh Iles anl subjects
f the British "Crown, was presented to'
hi House, . -
Your Commhtee strongly feel the val
teof the right ofpetition; consider the ez,
rIse of i'ooe of tiieniost important.priv.
eges of -'tsbjsi of thefe Aiiid
eel the nisiisly reieri'ekN
b - .n8,i~pfno
..a.. npr.... ~ ieis I'q d
ottoIghoHi hat 5.706.0001signE
hrsere atte to iit.
Upon a most careful examination of Ie
uinber - oC signatures in tii i eommittee
oor, inch esaxifiiaioin thirteen aws
tattoner's . clerkswere engag'e- for up
rard of seventeen hourls with -the person
rdinoarily employed in cotniing the mig.'
intures appended to petitions. 'under the
nperitecdence ot the clerk ofyour cow
Tia.iumeber of- signtlures has bean
scertaited to be '1,975, 496.
It is furthereviiqnt.to your comuittee,
hat on' numerous d'.onsecutive sheets, the
ignatures are iuone and the samo. hand
IYouicommittee have also-dbserved the
smes of distinguished individpals attached
a the petition, 'who cannot bh upposeJ
a have concurred .in.is priyer,-ad as
ittle to have subscribed it.
Among such others, the nineu' of ber
o1djesty, in one pi1de, as Victoria Rex,
pril, the Fiht, the. DuIe iellington,
f. G. Sir tobert Teel, &c.
In ad4ition,td this species of abute, your
ommittee hame observed another, equal
y in derogauadn o the just value of peti
ior.. namely: .
The insertion of names which are obvi
iusly altogether fictitious, such as 'No
3hes. "'Pzgnose." .-Flat Nose," &c. -
There' are other words and phrases
rhicht, although written in the forn of
ignatures,.and included, in the numbier
eported, your Committes.will not hazard
i'ending the House, and the dignity and
lecency of the proceeding by reporting.
rthougha it may be- added that~tbef are
hbviously signatures' belonging to no hn:
.OiDeBEL.s.-We'see it stated that
he widow of the celebrated Dr. R~ush' is
till living a: the the age of'90 in Phila
lelphia. She is the mother of the Hon.
Eichard Rush, Minister to France, and
loctoja James and, W.illiam -Istush-the
iist of whome is the author of one of the
ri's prMoiund and ori~ioal treattses ever.
ublisheud on lb. 'vdice. The widow of
Fewis Meiris, we helieve, still resides in
n the viciniiy of New York;' Mrs. Madi
ion is i' Wasnington% Irs ,'isad ford, wi.
low of the Sirst and greatest At torney Ge
teral itn the United States..is in Burling
a'n, IN. J'.; aud'Mrs. I.adiih~opla'dapgh-,
er of -the brave and. accomplished Gene:
-a .Schuyler,.aans peur et sana uiprochec,
nd- wife of the..ipmotal stateuin.ap,. who,
ith Washington and Mifrshall, noatitu-.
ed the :most glorious triniig of huma~n
seings.that everacted ita concert, we saw
.few.d~ags since-in. Broadway. Here are
lye of. the belles who gvaced the levees of
he'first -Presiei!' Wh'att an; interesting
partyeculd- iey he re-assiembfed.
Therre are' 5,800 Iaveens in the Siate of
NewiYosrk, 253,000 farmers, gl,00.nmer.
ehats,' 13,000; ma'nufacturers,.l12i000
neh'nclcs.3,50f0nlavae, A'f0n dotoris,
A GREAT. INVENT1oN OI, A dRAT.UX- -
.16uo--We IA the aollowing in the Bos
A discogyery of.frfesoa. ronson in re.
regard totbat sublimne o'ptical instrument,
the humpan eye-as simple and practical
as it is philosophial-is exciting1much at
tent'ion ipthepity..,. By 'g very,.easy..
painless external operanion, be 6. enabled
to reliev those .Oerects .,hich call fr
glasses, both-ihe cdncave and convex, and
both yong people and ld .ones Bad ibem.,
belve.ableoto. lay aside their spectacles.r
Our fanhk in this discovery is so full, that
we recommend to all to whom sightis va
Inable and spectacles an inconvenience
to see his.card in our colimu, and resort
to Prof. Eonson.
C .'Aronson, ihrough his attorney, I
card dated Bordentin, (N. J.,decla:
himself thi sole owner of the.schr. Pear,
on, board.:of which the runaway slaves
were. takan-repudiates the ecoduct. of -
Sayres, the. captain-tiates tha Ae was
entirely ignorant of th'o ccurrenceuntil h e
read an account of ti a. in th ewspaper
and says he, never was at aboi st, and
has no sy mp'atlies with heir movements.,
Mr. A. has takep messure. to establish
his right of ownershi to the vessell
The-reformed and kpurgated code -.
civil law frms an the colartsofNow Yo'f4N .
has passed the Legislitdie of that S6st
This is a stride fard hea iciphsi-1W
es what. thousand h writte,
and hoped for.for ylears past The be iY0
barous tautology.. and .multiplicarion 6
words which have dististuihel the la
are thus abolished in.that regaou.
TunkHRAINs 1i NEV H Aisuaz^
The-question of license:i' kio lijdni ;sIb
minied to the people of Nei iC am
has- resulted in favor ofa laW praild-td?
the sales or intoiainga iq'ors, 4xti
medicinal and iiiehqnic i piitoses.T
the vote in twen+yh a lchs6 a
been heardSre -~siands.4 lf9.T
TItURetM a ;
Yestirday hewever 4 -wIreq~
her. ,estar's~houseijad -+t
had ren awasomd resrded in Ohis - T
her abscence- hu't .the)(reisdm in i~
-had enjoyed there, made her dIwiesr
retsurn to her old borne withidiff'erent id
of her. former. conditon. Slaviery am~Y~ ~ '
oura.generous .and~ intelligent, citizens, is C~&
terrible,'.ooly in .sameganfa the actuaL-6 . ~ ~ '
cotidition of tpe-slage, is #dttet than~ha
of. most white fanailies. i1n jhji jnorthen4
States.-N. 0, Merary.
Te ,sIae cioncse,$ me
ing was held in Boston, on Tuesday ev,
ening, in relation to this case, at W
ingtor4 and it is *projadsd to iur-nish th
basi demanded: for /kle three white r
sos concere in Cr -
Looieo tHE D.-Te, daughter or
the Countess ,D---. was aliout .to misy "
in a few-.days averf anmiable genti d
btrt whose yearinforttin.ately . numbered' 7
36, whlile those of his ipltended. only, reach-..**
ed 18. 'hdugoi naadrallyj of a cheerful
disposition, shep had seemed sad for-seve-,,*'~
ral days. which .at last attracted the atg
tention of the mother.. - . -.
-My.dear child," said .the latter, ona
evening, .'hor .6rious you look-what
are you thinking about so deeply?" * F
"Mamma," replied the Miss, witha. + *.,
deep. eh, "I a'n.ting .hat my future
husband.is just doublenmy ege."
"That's true, hut no matter; you don -
think hire ola at 36" .. .c .
"No-it: is not so bad now-but just
thinkwhen I shall be fft " he
"Well, .hat then?" .
"Why tben h'D e abundrug -ter.
.t hy aCiote Missouri gii s th swet'" --
est in the Union? Because they are 5t - ,..
"Mo,"lasses. What are yot laughin
at? 8 -
* . .
. "Short visits are the. best," as te4
sai'd wben heo l'it on the stove. - . .
:Tndecinno lieeps .the door ajer, btd .
dision uhuts and bolts it. * q..
Let not. yur0 1 .1t1te Lbla.
wishes, acutuaf6 you~ -,
Romic iisIou Society ~ --
HE 1-F Fo' lowshai Ladies' Nome-.Misuiod -
-LSociy will fIold, its fourth Aniniveasary
at Fellowsip MeIetig Hoqse, three. anile.s ~ .4.
s'outh of Cambridge, Saturday. before the 6nst,
Lord's day .in May next. Rev . . M. Chile. is
i'nvited to decliver the Aimiversary Address.
R'ev .John Sr'spp. B. F,. .orleyj and R. A.
Child are. invit d.to attend.a'speakers- 4 -~ W
Service's to pommeneat 11 ,.'cloelt.A. U, *,.
the friends. ,fbenevolsece.atre. ineited to. ...
attend The fiel Jo he cultivated uiger-the
direction ofthae'Bdard or Domestic.Missionis
S. Bi Convention ig large, the destitution great,
laborers few, contributions insufficient, ourre~- - - . 3
sponsibility vast.. Mth of Isreal,.Help F!le . .&
of Truth and Southiern Institutioas. Hel'~
Abbeville Banner will coed"