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'',ADVERTINE
WM, S. MYERS.
, Secretary.
WARS IN ENGLAND,
A London paper of August 19th,' eon
tains a Table of the Wars in Great
Britain since the revolution in 1688,
with the sums expended la each war,
and the progress of taxes and of the no..
tional debt; The war of the Revolution
MSS,' which lasted nine years,' cost 86
millions of pounds. The war of the
Spanish Succession, of eleven yeare,
; coat 62 millions and a balfs The Span
ish war, 1739, and the war of the Ault..
trim Sneceesion, 1741, of nine years,
The -seven years'
Wat with the French,. Spaniards, Auss
triaris, and Russians, 1756, cost 112
millions' The American War,, 1775,
(Weight years, cost 186 millions' The
war' ofthe Frencli -Revolution, 1793, in
which France loot all her power in In
. die, lasted nine years, and cost 464
The war against Bonaparte,
which began in 1903, and lasted 12
years, the three last of which was with
the United States, cost 1159 millione.
' The total of expenditure was two thou
, sand aud twenty three millions five bunt
t dred thousand pounds sterling or eight
thousand nine hundred and ninety three
t millions three hundred and thirty-three
' thonsand dollare. And 65 years of
, war to75 of peace ; almost one half the
r time spent in ear. May it not be
L truly loud of the Englieh, that:they have
been blondy wen 1 The seam paper
makes these reflection's on tbe facie etas
ted:
'lit appears from the above details
that we Wive matte much greater sacri
fices to Muloeh than our aneestorsoint
that the.degradation of the poor, and
rise in the price of the staff of life, bast
been the remelt of our national expen
dime in war, the total amount of which
exceeds two thousand million pounds!
Of the 140 years which have passer'
since the revohttien, 65 have been pee
ped in war, aud 75 in peace: in the 65
years of war, S31 nullions and. a half of
, pounds steiiing of debt have incurred,
of which debt there have Wee paid oil
in the 65 years of peace ithout 40 mil
lions, tem jug the present National 1
eebt about 800 millioes.
limimmoompimm
The rollowing letter was written.by the Rev.
D. D. Fisher, or Loclsport N. Y. announcing the
death ol Mrs. Amelia Sophia Colt, of Lewis
' town N. Y. to her Father, the Rev. Joel By
ss ington or this village; but late Miniater of Low
. istown.
Aged .24 years.
Rev. and dear Brother, 1
,
Having boen your suc
cessor in the ministry, amopg this people, and h
intimately acquainted with some of your dear 0
children, is a mulBelent apology, if any is need- ni
ed, why I shoiltd ',trite you. But strbng rea-'
sons exist1;.;1.., mild arreot your attention att .,
"Thum afe-militi Things-in heave',
earth than kre dreamed of in one philos..
ophy," and 'among these may be placed
the marvel and mystery of the stns. the
island of St; Brendan. Every schools
boy can enumerate and call by name the
Cannanes, the Fortune Islands of the
ancients; which, according to some in
genious end apeclative minds, are mere
wrecks and remnants of the vast Island
.
of Atalantie,;mentiened by Platens hav
ing been swallowed up by the ocean
Whoever has read the bistorref those
isle's, will remember the wonders told of
another Island, seen occaeonolly from
their, shores, stretching sway in the
vocumt
13 e ETRYI
Pk6it111 Of Tuetcarawee County. heîd I
the town of New Philadelphia on the
29th day of October IS:39, pursuant
previous notice, F. D. MoMeel wan
called to the chair, anJ S Myers,
acted aa Secretary. , ,
Onmotion, Resolved, that we hold
- otir semiannual Convention at the
Court-house, on the second Tuesday o
May next at ten o'clock A. M., when it
is'expected that all our Medical friends
of the Connty, who feel an interest in
the advancement of Medical Sciences
and are anxious to unite good feeling,
and harmony amongst the ' fraternity,
will aid us by their presence bring
about those very happy results. ,
Resolved, that a committee I six be
appointed to confer -with the physicians
of the Counly,in relationto the next con
vention, and prge their faithful alien
. dance; Whereupon the following gentle
men were appointed. Drs. A. J. Ben.'
, net, WITI HeiVi I J. Eckman, lima
Steeea, Thomas Kinney -end Rober
Hewitt.
On 'motion, the following Gentleme
were appointed a committee to draft
constitution fur the action of the nex
Convention. Dm F LX MeMeal, C
Reed end Richards,
Resolved, that the proceedings o
this meeting be eigned by the Presiden
and Secretary. and publiehed in th
Ohio Democrat and Tuscarawas Ad
wale,
llThe Convention : then adjourned to
meet on the 2ud Tuesday of May next.,
F. D. McM EAL. 1
- President.
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alear bright weet,:iwith long 'shadow)
promontories, and high; wun-igilt peaks.
Numerous expeditions:- both in ancient
and modern days, bave launched forth
from the Conant,. in' quest or Islands:
but, on their approach, mountain 'sad.
promontory have gradually faded away,
until nothing have remained but the blue
sky above, and the deep blue Watei be.
lese.---Hence hives termed by the geos
graphers of old, Aprositus, or the Into- ,
cessabli; while modern navigators have
called its very existence in question,
pronouncing it a mere splice! illusions
like the Fatal Morgans of the Straits of
Messiest tl.claesing it with those uns
euhaential regIons knówn .to mariners
ea Cape Flyaway; in the Coast of Cloud
Land. ,;, .,
Let not, however, the doubti of the
worldly wise skeptics of modern stays
rob us of all the glorious realms owoed
by happy credulity in days of yore. Be
assured oh readers creasy faithlthou.
for whom I delight to laborbe assured
that such an island does actually, exiat,
and has, from time to time, be revealed
to the gaze, and trodden by the feet of
favoured mortals. Nay, thou doubted
by histories and philosophers, its was.
tence is fully attested by the poets, who
being an inspired race, and gifted with,
a kind of second sight can see into the
mysteries of nature, hidden from the
eyes of ordinary mortals. To this gif.
ted race it has ever been a region of
fancy and romance, teeming with all
kinds of wonders. Here once bloom
ed, and perhaps still blooms, the famous
garden of Hesperides, with its golden
fruit. Here, too was the enchanted gar
den of Arminca, in which that scarcer
rase held the Christain paladin, Rinaldo,
in delicious but inglorioue thraldom; as
is aet forth in the immorial lay of Tab.
so. It was on this island, also that ,Sy
eorax, the witch, held sway, were war.-
ted to its shores. The iale was then,
"full of noises, ,
Bounds, and sweet airs, that gave delight and
hurt not.
Voris not know the tale, as told in
the magic page of Shakespeare', ,
s In fact the island appears to have bees
,ai different times, under the sway of
different powers, genii or earth, and air,
and skean; who made it. the shadowy
abode; or rather, it is the retiring place
of' old worn-out deities otfid dynasties;
that once ruled the poetic world but are
now nearly shorn of all their attributes
Here Neptunde and Amphitrite hold a
diminished court, like soverigns in ex
ile. Their ocean-chariot hes bottom
upwards, in a cave of thelialand.!almoet
a perfect wreck while pursy Tritons and
haggard Nereids babk listlessly like
seals about the rocks. Sometimes they
assume a shadow ot their ancient pomp,
and glide in etate about the glassy sea:
while the crew deem tall Indianan,
that lies becalmed with flapping sails,
hear with astoniehment the mellow note
of the Triton's shell swelling upon the
ear as the invissible pageant sweeps by.
Sometimes the quandom monarch et
the sea ie permitted to make himself
vissible to mortal eyes, visiting the ships
that cross the line, to exact a tr bute
from new.comeib; the only remnant of
tits ancient rule, and that, alas! perform.
ed with tatered knelt and tareielied aplen
Idol
Here all the treasures lost in the deep
are safely garnered. The caverns ot
the shores are piled with golden ingots,
ooxes of pearls, rich pales of onential
4iilts; and their deep recesses sparkle
soh diamonds, or flame with carbun
cles. Here, too, ite crew, long bewail..
nig as swallowod up in ocean, lie sleep
ing in moos), grottoes, from age to age
ir wander about enchanted shores and
grovesin pleasing oblivion of all things.
Such are 6011113 of the marvels related
lf island, and of which may serve
brow sotna light on the following .1e
.4end, of unquestionable truth, which I
recommend to the entire belief of the
reader.
When he marries her, if he be a good perities, and it gives to every thing a 7, ,----. ------
'rem new.comeite the only remnant of
Pieced my fond heart with too much. c-oi; sky, and a tiny eun irradiated. dui, littls
us ancient rule, and that, aloe! perform. &donee on vou. man, he expects to tind in her one who emooth an mil, and a pleasing move- In.--
id with tatered etate and taritielied epleo is not to control himnot-to take from (11(Mt. . w-orld, and cast all the magic of light and shads
-. ,
Permit me to revert for a moment to
I will only add, that matrimonial bap
lot. . the time when we renewed our cove. him the freedom or acting as hie own
udgement oiled direct, but one who will pinees doeb not depend upon wealthtno over a landecepe of the most bewitching splere
Here all the treasures lost in the deep
, nent vowe. After a eeperation of five I
gain place ouch confidence in him, as to be- it is not to be found in the wealthy, but dor. A creation'''. bright as a poet could Or,
ire safely garnered.
The carer" el Years, we were permitted to meet 8
110Ve that hie prudence is hie beet guide. in minds properly tempered aod united ine, glowed before, but a wave of, jrirserrent.;
be shores are piled with golden ingots, in this world. God had seen fit, in hie
Little thinge, what in reality are mere to our respective situatioort. Compe- the spell fits transitory and haawk, 0 0.1
sixes of pearls, rich pales of oriential unbounded goodness to carry us through
trifles in themselvee, often produce bicit tency is necessary; all beyond that point and it was gone. It was like thekYerk. I: . -.I
II f there le one happybeiinLiiito;, -.-',.-;, ' --;
&Its; and their deep recesses sparkle scenes of trial and dangler, and again
eringe, and even qearrele. Never per- ideal. Do not suppose however, that
siih diamonde, or flame with earbun. permit us to behold onr little family once
mit them to be a bubject of diapute, I would not advise your husband to aug if viehre iron itib ea I;tixnugriey r b
4'1)11'411 InIXe,,"11111 ' 7.' -
des. Here, too, ite crew, long bewail..
pleiteure, with a lifilite oparkling in the shadowy &v..' ma8-179:147.
more bleated nt our own happy fireside.
ment hie property by all honest, and ,,. Doieda.t--;, ,-" .'
to be mutual. Ttepoones., NA1 411... -
that which discovered a lont,
lig as swallowed up in ocean, he sleep
of affection. Be assured that one di f- commendable menne; I min 'wit& to
You well remember the struggle I bad Yield th" with
mg In moeby grottoes, from age to age about the time I consented to leave my
ference outweighs (hem all a thousend gee him actively engaged in such per. 0 finitv demote," '---.44--, ) mrhese --.
o' wander about enchanted shores aud inn tht;oceah
grovesin pleasing oblivion of all things. father's house for your sake. Every
, friend I lied I forsook for you, and or ton thousand timer'. A difference suit, because engagement, a sedulous on the tide ;11 --'. "''''grio.411.411114.
enjoyment, in obtaining some laudable
thfill meele big point,.aýe .,, foils to ,., ., .
..aoitest
with your hueoand ought to be consid. it to settle ter AND h ,t ; ddicine rou'ell
Such are "me I. the marvels relateu threw myselfentirely on your mercy and
if thie islund, and of which may serve eted as the greatest ealainityis one end, is essential to happiness. In the guilitY-1 Tri e a1-----:t.',
that ie to be studiously guardue against, attainment of a fortune, by honorable n..s" ctistsa . it teriais. 'ci I am, -
protection. You bed me in your power
brow soma light on the following .1e- to treat ma ao you pleasedto make
ond, of unquestionable truth, which I it te a demon which meet never be per- means, a man derives satisfactio I w a! w""ictitAirungeeib wwili 1 .. ,'
n o out light. V ow .18 la a und with '
recommend to the entire belief of the me happy or miserable. For two years
my dear friend,you have shown to me milted to enter a habituation where all self applause a w II f
9 II 0 all .10111 the ill. it diseomp ...,,stit . tit or r--,-----
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reader. and the sut rounding world elm it wee should be peace, unimpaired confidence, creasing eshmation ift which be is held the loftiest . , ., suck.,-s, -. ,
,
and heart-felt affection.--Bettides, what by those around him. . down eadlitiatal, ..seryt tb:11",4,- " , ,
your privilege to make your lemily aft . breath I- a a 'whoa altthis Id . '-':.., , ,
. AUTUMN. ceu a woman . y
gain b opposition or in. In the management or your domestic shitober ' Itinielec,Lebatio , 7' ,, - it
happy as you had it in your power to do. - ...,..ictoce, it a' - .- - ,
Linger then yet a while dificreuce Nothing. But she loses concerns let prudence and wiee '52 1
econ. way , t,-...asu, but
You denied youreelf every unreasonable
As the last leaves on the bough, . gralication, end passed through every every thing: she loses her husband's my prevail. Let neatness, order, and ed,.?,rerefei
. i' ww,,9t the' ' '' -
-aft,...OUTD4'I, ,144,f,Nki
Yet have loved the gleam of many a smile tem dila d If dl
ptation, nn a gem , ee on y respect for her virtues; she loses his judgement be seep- io,all à' fr t w") ifti bo very busy' ittç
your 1 eren h , ter mg enable : ,f,. ':' .
leve; and, with that, all prospect alio- depaitments. Unite libétality with, a lt leioritibb to mit rot some irei I;!;-1,.'' rtt.,;,,i .
. That is taken from you now.--Hemans. hoped, a complete vietery over your-. e., k . '1,
ture happinese. She melee her own just frugality, always reriervereome. jet"(4,iyot have nothing to Vaivks!lhat 't I -
Had we the tender ind pathetic es. pelf. To your children you heve been
misery, and then utters idle and silly thin
g for the hand ()family, anerieolfiU heral goingtofeith'somethIstiaert-71:
preesion of Bryant to clothe our mu- a kind, tender end affectiontie Whet,
plaints, but utters them in vain. er let your door be closed to buffeAnirb matI little eirl 'i stooped .dt. 0 keeefelho '
einge, we would dwell long and thril- and to vour utmost, have endenvored "ril -
9 . 'rho love of a husband can be retained humanity. - eta 0, gacturei, MIS -'
ling upon the 'moons taught so forcibly to promote the comfort and happiness of , , ,, ,, h '' '.-. Wang some
,,..-,;,,,austrotod , .,
in the advent of sobersuited autumn. your family. Surely mv dear hiotheud, fli" s'Y "le "1" opptions which he en- Year servante, in prirticular, Will. 'r. r
, ' embers en thee wiel.
l , 0 as put il'a , . a orliii- too,
tepains of his wife 0 goodness of heart, , the strongest claim upon yout., t -
,Ae astonished Doctor' thre. ,-easu 64r ertl , :; .
Coldly indeed must he look upon nature you have given the world Nilson to
o her amitible dispeeitier, of her sweet I let them be well clothed, nurefr 1 et) - iSt ' h 'ti leardoe'?"!af Orgttif.'
and her changes, who does oot find a call us "the happy family.' By your I ay, ying, wit to. I t I eAdy menu ' ,
nese, ol her prudence, of her devotion la nese, end never let , them leStr. Iiii. -tt . . ' ,:.,,i r 1, :
luxury or sentiment in the eentemplae Li A
...n. treatment to me, you have bound (And tat t,,,asoftent, .
ito. Let eothing, upon, any occasion, treated. , ,..e.--..---1'-ei,.,e' emetots would be it
tion of all her season& All are but up the heart, the sorrowing heart, you h
ever lessen that opin on. On the con-; -' ' if'
í"tgt . ' ":."7"7"...fr 'eh Id t-,-1-4 '',''
chords to that instrument which yields , had previously well nigh broken. , trountry OTBIERIVIr. Wer t Ort
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it should augment every day: he CalculatembebtownsityhighitylOt ect,t,,42 the emr ll, - "ill .
ite tone to every breath of man, and I Whenever business called you from i .r"r" intheedit noun. , -,,, - 44. - iitod, or have low seen í ,
was .1 should have much more reason fe ad
vibrates involuntary to every feeling, of, home, rai it did almost daily,) I Nurses m Mobile, de ' gi ' 'I'' - Tot tho bin 4";ewth'al Æl'11;''''. ' , '.. ,. , i ..,
mire her for those excellent qualities . 1 t. man O1.1.. ' . - , .., - ,
his brealt. In the epring the fair male. I waiting calmly for your return, happy ,.,,,.,,,, Tvehing ' re,g,;e.,etaign. -ee ,es a dime's with whirl-,--,-
.
tacit will cast' a lusture over virtuous tug I '
dy is made up Of the unmingled warb-, to meet you with a cheerful heart and w . An advertisment in a lat, ?Welt : li have seen very Jty 'Meted '..- and 1-'!?..,;dy- f. '
woman when ner pereonal attractions than
tinge of rapture, the involuntary trials a smiling countenance. I i too fondly ' 'To be let forever, or toe 6 (,,,ak a 'sitsfle,tiriaa re' ..sii. useful.' Dr. r,,,' ,--
el untaught flogere, the overflowing of believed thet you would prove faithful "ell"' more. ' One asked why B stood tio;, .ua,,- - 1
oei - --'- -------4, i, tier M Do; Alen', - '
b d 'd longer
ae your hue an elm out ,
raid another 11Thl. a nuititroða'n -thei -. BOOlITY-- a -, - -14 ..
that spring of gladness, which gave my to me to the end of life. I believed witht; C 41 not a c-le of t
than you expected? When be returns ' t '-' ;,-tw,.-,,,,,',;(eurge Iiih,t-A be - '
thology her fabled fountain", and from. that your family was dearer to you far i Beauty desereetrAfily pay the fullee"' a - n", . ' turred wit,' '
recr ive him as lbe partner of your hear
which iesues all that claims, the name dearer to you than all the vain pl'ease tr faithful compaoi4 tone; ort, 'grtt. Air to otmr",):: . a drinkers' of ,
t 0 I - A- 1 t....1 ...,.. Iles he ditiappointed you in something even In0111-tftiltiihat on or bareriat, tirr-er,"--,' ; ' '-, ''' 1 of ' - '
ut.7? tio, s , ,
c....--.."-z
,
i .
's ' " CANOZDOVER, TÙSCARAWAS touNTY, (Q1110) NOVEMBER.; 13-jaae,
Yet have loved the gleam fumy a smile
That is taken from you now.--Hemans.
Had we the tender ind pathetic ea.
presalon of Bryant to clothe our mu
,9ings, we would dwell long end thril
ling upon the lessons taught so forcibly
in the advent of aohersuited autumn.
Coldly indeed must be look upon nature
and her changes, who does pot find a
Wary or sentiment in the contempla.
tion of all her seasons. All are but
chords to that instrument which yields
the,11 41111-0.11inienirzbedid lot yiltisse you ate houtiskeeper, Mite company
se fomsrly, thorsuilifing hearkthe de. withotit informing you of it, or,bring
parted kest yinir compaolon. waiting home willt. him a f Wadi Whatever
in fearful:101mm for the return Of Nay bayour repast, - however seamy it
hitn who.le so dear to us all. , may ba, or how impracticable it may be
And no my dial companion permit to rldje it, receivethemmith a pleasiag
one vriously Myth .whether those loounienance, adorn your table krith
dapper. gone never return Doyou :cheer-Moses, give to your husband ap.d
imand to make top' wretched, whenA is !to Lour'.compaoy a hearty welcome; 11
itryOnt-pc;wer to make roe happy! - twill Vora than compensate for every
calmnebs ot' mitered desire; .its echoee the 4 Airs -ell Miteirzhedid ackt "fitness
.
are unbroken by the Irregular resPon- ae fomerly, thettsokbfing hearkthe de,-
see of untutored passion", aed its deep parted vat of yhtir compatriot). waiting
and ever Varying consonances chime, in fearful:. Opens for the return tkf
swell and estuate in infiuite gradation. him who,is so dear to us all. '. , ,- .--, ,
l!eaut 'fully though sadly reyeree of And 110 my dial companionik. permit
these tethe BIOS of Autumn's unwnt- toe eriouily tm, ingnise ,whetfier those 1
ten muted. "atm. -hoke of the , glad daysorre gone never to return I Doyeu ;
Spring and the devotion InfAwaidenl Ostend to moiks mn. wretched, when.it. is !
Summer, have beendaumed, bill , not to 'Ilryaitt-pc;wer to make roe happy I I
deaden a sing e ton& -The chords on , Oh, ,' it' you have no regard '.- at me, ,
which once played the breath of the ef- shail J plead in vain for those innocent
fections,Wre strained but not to bleak. babes lif ;whom you are ,the father I
The mind is no longer a mighty . organ, Muevit be sadly felt and 'awfully reo
yielding its sounds to the hand of man; alizfclohat these 'children are to be
bot.Axicplaas a patio. Xoliaa harp 1)014 pelf feller. their wsehisprotecter
catching its magic tones It'om avail forsa ing them, end joirw' Og the cirtnpa-kbreath
of the autumnal breeze. , Plnin.lny of :drunka-ds I 0, my heart sick
tive and sweet, es though sound itself ens at the thought of beholding you
had caught a charm from the beautiful I one of their number ? The sun which
hues of decay, they come upon the ear leo recently ehone with such brightness
blending into harmony such strains as on our path,, ted inspired our bosom"
no art can imitate, no science arrange, with hope, is veiled with sadnees, and
no skill record. Such is the music of the clouds seem ready to bürst upon us.
autumn, upon that deep-toned glorious I feel like a criminal condemned to
inatrument--the heart. . die, and for the last time pleading for
The grave comes gloomily 'upon the Ilife. It is in your power to preserve
tho'ls of youth." They have not yet bus that life or to destroy it. Yes it is on
ried there the better part of their hearts. ! you my dear husband, that my future
To the pilgrim who, has farther advan- destiny for this world depends. And
ced on the highway of human dumps . what is your decision I Who is to gam
pointments, the last home of ((man is a the victory I May-you peruse these
welcome theme. Lovely - to him. not lines with kindneas, weigh well their im ,
only that it already holds his best hopes port.'
I
and his only.,charms that made the ',. Your affectionate
world fair amid all its ;desolation, the . - But heart stricken wife. I
grave, the cold and dreary grave sends
ADVIÇE TO AN ONLY DAUGH.
up a sweet and holy call to his weaty .. TER.
and broken spirit. All that speaks of ik,
decay has a charm to him No mar- ' 13Y PATRICK HENRY& ' . . I
vel then that be moos the melancholy Mir DCAR .DAIIMITERYou have
influence of Autumn, and breathes with , just entered into that state which is re.
untold delight' breezes, and settles plete with happiness or misery. The
an unwearied gaze upon her red yellow issue depends upon that prudent, amia.1
forest. Let childhood hang with en- ble, uniform conduct, which wisdom and
,rapturing fondness ' over tile brilliant virtue so strongly recommend, on the '
. beauty of Spling's . firet bowers; but its one hand, or on that imprudence which
little idols will wither. Let mature ' a want of reflection or passion may
yonth vield its full devotions to the prompt on the other. ,
fruitful and fervent hopes of Summer; You are allied to a man ofhonor, of
yet they towshall pass away. - put who talents'. and of an open' generours die
that tas ever relished the claim yet paw- positioi. You have, th'erefore, in your
(donate love of fading beauty, which power,' all the essential ingredients of
'steals upen the unsubdued thought-soft. domebtic happiness: it cannot be mar
ened spirit of one whose hopes have rekl, if you now reflect upon that toys.
been like the summer clouds. will cling tem of conduct which you ought invaria
4) such fleeting hues again. There is bly to pursueif you now see clearly
an Autumn in his sou', where all the the -path , from which you will resolve
images-are deettand-indellibles', Avon never.tö deviate.... Our conduct ib ofien
tne winter of age, though it withers the the fetstill rebuts or caprice; often such
outer' form, Wan never sepplent the as will give us many a pang, unless we
sweetly lingering hues of Autumn in the see beforehand' what is always essen
soul. They cling to the memory Ion- tial to happinese. ' '
, ger than hope and the memory itself is The first maxim you ahould follow is
life. never to attempt to control. you husband
, .
- .. ' .' by opposition, by displeasure ' or any
LETTER FROM A DRUNKARD'S other mark of anger. A man of sense,
, WIFE. ' of prudence, of warm feelings, ' cannot
1
The etTect of it was to produce an everlasting and will not hear an opposition of any
reformation. , kind, which is attended with an angry
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1835 look or expreseion. The current of his
Dear Husband WM a heart op-, affections is suddenly stopped; his at.
pressed bv oisappointed hope.I am con). tachinent is weakened; he begins to feel
palled to ii d eps you. In reviewing the a mortification the MOM pungent; he id
past year, and calling to mind God's belittled even in hia own eye; and be
assured, the wife who once excites those
distinguished goodnese to us, in giving
sentiments in the breast of a hesband,
us health and the blessings of this lite,
will never regain the high ground which
snd especially domestic peace and en.
leorina friendakip, I find that I have etzir might and . ought to litiVe retained.
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rbe,li -tire -0.11 Mitnirzbedid lot "Ines. , you are houtitkeeper, invite company ' . SELECT PASSAGES. ' '
se forv stilly, the.treuillring heart( the de. witbotit informing you of itoir,bring , -VIE TRUE CHRISTIAit - " ' ,
Artett vet. of yilUt compaolon. waiting home with. bim a f Wadi Whatever It is. characteristic of genuine piety io con
In fearful: (opens for tbe return ' nt. Intl beyour repast, however scanty its atom happiness out of deity Wii, as 016 of the '-
litc wite.te eo dear to ue all. ... ,- ,-1..,1 may be or how impracticable it may be smaller uibss of birds censtruc,t ito neat. ' The
And no my dial companion, permit to pdtijo it, receive thenvwith a pleasiog material, rot thi, nest are of thengelees meats t
ne vriously w ingnive .wbetber those 1 oountenence, adorn your table Ivith
daymate gone never to return I Doyou :chserftttees, give to your busbend asl .. that thorn a tuft
winder a apray of moss and on
and wortblesi t. Imre a feather, there. a straw,
vend to make mitt' wretched, when)t, is ' to Lour .compaoy a hearty welcome; I
two.tibller,tpdoerefictiebnancyrimtpwegateevifootryeloevrye of wool. We despise. or- overlook'them 1 but
11: ghttrtjtliryentuttaMvseknecorareagbaardPP..-"felr Me, nature, seeeditferentliy, and confounds '
stitlienebtirodrwite and paGent in the providential Iwo
shall ,i, plead in vain for tiose inhocent for your husband, good semis iti your ''''"'I''. 4..''''''' -----.1.' ---,- t
babei if whom vou are the father I self, and that politeness of manners - i
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t i . unlined materials, and art
collexts the Email, con d ,
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Muetst be sadly felt and 'awfully res which ate as the most powerful charm! . ,
by its actions both man and his reasoning. ,It . i - -
eh:44,0ot these Children ere to be- It will give to the plainest fare a sest,,rangel then" b I . , "". t,,'
bot4 Atone Sivher, their sesisbiLprotecter superior to stir that luxury can helloes the straw,- the moss, and tbe wool, swig ost ,, . 4.. ,,
forsaking thorn, and joisi' eg the cOri3pa... Never he discontented on eny and when arrange oh, e feather, , ,
occa,; -their separate insignificance, form Never si, i ; ,,, ti
ny of :drunka-ds I 0, my heart sick- akin of this nature. beautiful whole, o-fa tidy'but perfect fabrics JOOL7. II. i
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ens at the thought of beholding you In the meat place, all ,y0tlY husbenes
one of their number ? The sun which Emcees in bio prefeesion will depend enjoyments, which mum 'terrify look as trines,
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so recently ehone with such brightness upon his popularity, and as the Manneta but which ho culls into ea aggregate of the pure
so the true christiee appropristes dmee innocen 4
on our path,, ted inspired our bosom, of a wife have no little influence in exs
with hope, is veiled with sadnees, and tending or lessening the reapect and ual conversation with a str3nger, and in a word, -, ',
the clouds seem ready to bürst upon us. esteem ot others for her husband, you 4.
eet pleuurerthe kind look, &glade-lob,' coo , ,,
atraw and epray ef life. , .-.. .
i feel like a criminal condemned to should take care to be affable and posi CHRIST, NU IN ALL. , ' $
each feather,
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die, and for the last time pleading for lite to the poorest as well as the richest.' Instruction in the old reetament is gorgeous ,
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life. It is in your power to preserve A reserved haughtiness is a sure in- ' and awful: it glom' in thejewelled breastphde r
that life or to destroy it. Yes it is on dication of a weak mind aud an Week I or the high priest, spreads in thunder, and is -
you my dear husband, that my future ing heart. , . I felt in the thick darkness ; miracle, prophecy, -
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destiny for this world depends. And . With respect to your servants, teach end portent attend on its way, and startle ail the ' , A 1
what is your decision I Who is to gain them to respect and love you while you' dended BUI there are gigantic fragmente, per . ' t
the victory I May-you perute Iberia expect -: from them a reasonable dies' fect only when built in the true temple of the , i
lines withkiedneas, weigh well their im , charge of their respective duties. Nov i
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port.' , er tem yourself or them, by scolding, which he is the interpretation. Embodying ha . i'
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' Your affectionate 't has no other effect than to render person of Christ, glorious bieloglyphips, of .
' 1 I predictions, developing its commands, die root i,
' - But heart stricken wife. i them discontented and impertinent,- an t le o rim g, gt e 4 I
' Admonish them with a calm 6
ADVIÇE TO AN ONLY DAUGHs c "we". the first and the tut, the true wonder of the ti., i i
TER. , ultivate your mind by the perusal of et,e,, the
those books which instruct while they d I fr 'n the be 'ening and the e d ''
myetery of godhead,' the marvel . ..
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' 13Y PATalcK HENRY. ' ' &mum Do not devote much of your ' i
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unimaginable, is tbe character of Christ. ,
Ms MAR Am:rm.-40u have' time to novek there are a few which
ev' en of the scriptures, die unimagined and the
' THE BIBLE. , . , I
just entered into that stale which is re. may be useful and improving in giving
As rar as our specied are corcerned, we may ..1',' . ,
plete with happiness or misery. The a higher tone to our moral eensibility '
' say one one I one bible I . Shin that glorious . .
issue depends upon that prudent, &alias! but they tend to vitiate the taste, and to .
book blot km human metnory what we have -
We, uniform conduct, which wisdom and produce a disrelish for substantiahntels '
virtue so strongly recommend, on the i lecturl foods Most plays have the same
one hand, or on that imprudence which cast; the) are not friendly to the deli. spring. The whole world limb in darknas I ,,,
learned from jet pages, and YOU quench the day .
a want of reflection or passion may cacy which is one of the ornaments of no k!a-. ,
prompt on the other. , , the female character. History, geog- viour I no heaven i no guide in life I as support
To guilty, miserable math bore remains
You are allied to a man of honor, of raphy, poetry, moral essays, biography,
talents', and of an open generours dig- travels, sermons, and other well written becomes a fathom ess abyes,and eternity spreads ..
in affliction I no victory over death The grims ,
position. You have, th'erefore, in your religious productions, will nOt fail to
power,' all the essential ingredients of enlarge your understanding, to resider fearful I But open now again that book, and lo, .
around him like the ocean dark, illimitable, , , -
&meek happiness: it cannot be mar- you a more agreeable companion, and the sun or righteosness arises with healing in ,i
re..1, if you now riffled upon that aye. to exolt your virtue. A IVON180 devoid his wings; and all around us tu.d above us, id .
testi of conduct which you ought invaria. of rationel ideas of religion, bee no se- awe, joy , at , ,
bly to pursue-if you now see clearly curity for ber virtue; it is sacnficed to ,, THE GOSPEL; ' . - '; .)
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the -petit ,from which you will resolve her passions, whose voice, not that of Were we not false to tho mighty principle of ,., ,
nevsrtö deviate'. Our conduct ie ofien God, is her only governing principle. r-,
the WWII of bun or caprice; often such Beeldes, in those hours of column!, ti, r A,
seemies. tile goopet would be our champion a. , ,
as will give us many a pang, unless we which familiee meat be exposed, e hers,
uswe Divine, and tattorsend leagued 'with oar ' ' -
gainst all adversaries, and maintain' fore, a per. ' '' .
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see beforehand what id away; essen- will ehe find support, If it be not in lieu
tial to happinese. ' just reflections upon that . all-ruling ,pirit of hotinese an'd peace, teaching thesongs ;
The first maxim you ahould follow is providence which governs the universe, petual commuioni with God. , It .would be a .
never to attempt to control you husband whether antmate or inanimate
I Mus b d h Bowed our whole
stilling our sig w, an so a
by opposition, by displeasure or any tual politeness between the most inti
existence here below, that I'God with us"would
of heaven, and lotion of earth-drying our tears ;
other mark of anger. A man auntie, mate friends is eesential to that bar-
be our motto, and lalwaya rejoicing' record of ,
of prudence, of warm feelings, cannot mony which ahould never e once bro
our pilgrimage. Oh, for this meek and cheer,'
and will not hear an opposition of any ken or interrupted.- How important ..
tut spirit of the gospel I ,
kind, which is attended with an angry then is it between man and wife I The
look or expression. The current of his more warm the attachment, the less LOVE.-The following eloquent passage is t
affections is suddenly stepped; his sts will either party bear to be elighted, or Boating about without credit. It is too rich a q .
tachinent is weakened; he begins to feel treated with the smallest degree of rude prize to be passed over without notice. Hacks ' ' , ;,,, ,
a mortification the mobt pungent; he id WIN or inattention. Thie politeness
belittled even in hie own eye; and be then il it be not itself a virtue, ie at least body is interested t .-W. Visitor.
Med u the subject is, it is one in which every ' :,, ; ,
assured, the wife who once excites thooe Ile means orgiving to real goodness a ,
sentiments in the breast of a husband, new lustre; it is the means of preven- iind indiscribable beauty. On its brilliant surs . - .i-st "
I have seen a bubble blown into its circular , 1. "; . , ,
will never regain the high ground which ing discontent, and even (parrots; it to
, ehe might and ought to lidd retained. the oil of intercourse. It removes es- I d I boso f ' ' ' :( '''' "-
face were painted inimitable pictures oflight end '''l , ' :'. ''kl.''',
de. Graceful clouds &mite in t ie m a its,. , ,. ..., v.
When he marries her, if he be a good perities, and it gives to every thing a k
nemic s y, an
, man, he expects to find in her one who smooth en eve's, and a pleasing move
world, and cast all the magic of light ind shade i 4
is not to control him-not-to take from MIMI. d a tiny NUN irradiated the little ',1.:i ,:',,,,.
him the freedom of acting as his own I will only add, that matrimonial bap.
dor. A creation as bright as a poet could mask :, ,;4 -
Vet a landecepe of the most In;witching ip.leitss1,,,,',.-:. ,
judgement shall direct, but one who will pinees doeb not depend upon wealth;no . - b,..eerrce I' t :- ' 4
place ouch confidence in him, as to be- it is not le be found in the wealthy, but
110Ve OM his prudence is his beet guide. in minds properly tempered aod united ts transitur andbez ,
ine, glowed before, but a wave ot 4 Iry ,,, ,,, ,,,,
the spell ori Y k s 0 . ...,i,' i.,' , ,,,:,
Little things, what in reality are mere to our respective situatious. Compe- ;fridoilt was gone. It wasInikeinth sl(ork. I. - , li.---.... P1
trifles in themselveo, often produce hick tency is necessary; all beyond that point lovereirne::nluexhuarPyPoYrbheits !risioLc, ',:t .;:.' '. , 'vi, :'' ,'.. ::,-
eringe, and even (parrots. Never per- ideal. Do not suppose however, that
mit them to be a eubject of diopute, l weuld not advise your husband to aug if there is a single blissful mcApc'en.tti! ' '' .' -t- :,' ., t
eparkling in the shadowy &sr' m 11- Os r' , ,. , "
yield them with plealture. with a Millite ment his property by all honest, end that which discovered 1 ittill. Doi trot-ir, .. . , .,
of affection. Be assured that one di f- commendable meows I min list, to iota. my utfust Ttemoonsa, te.A.1-s A 1!: ' .., a .1' f,
ference outweighs them all a thousand see him actively engaged in such pins lonn tni li ti; o et' ;Pea." ' ;$ 0,,rhese -- ,,,,
or ton thousand timee. A difference suit, because engagement, a sedulous on the tide oilL' .10;;(0:1044111kitt'. , t , '
with your huenand ought to be consids enjoyment, in obtaining some laudable l
s to settle 1 ie rt,uli
ie ANDotheli it Mil oS .
what weesthion,esounoseilith Men f '' ,.
el tieilli 8111, fr , ,
eted ftt the greatest calemity-is one end, is esbential to happiness. In the guilitY-Int d
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the magic thig point,,to ,,; , - - ' ..,- ,', - ,;
that is to he studiously guarded against, attainment of a fortune, by honorable
it is 0 demon which moat never be per- means, a man derives satisfaction In out light. Vs".1 " lo d tth ' ' ' ''.
ea ht 10 OM W t, (I
milted to enter a habituation where ell self applause, as well as from the ins it discomp t, e. ,, tis or , . -,,, :-,i'
should be peace, unimpaired confidence, creasing esttmation in the loftiest . 411 ,'!2,416t1I..',' :-,, - ''''''..- ' 4,
and heart-felt affection.-Betrides, what by those around him. which he is held
. down 'Wilt...64k ,r.Wery; tr, '' '-
breath 1., , it tailiert altulis ' - ' 4 ' ',.
efirl a woman gain bY 0Sesvilloo Or ins In the management or your domestic atunsbef ' Volleiec,Lebane , .2 - .-.1 'i' , .,
difference! ' Nothing. But sho loses concerne let prudence and wit). econs way14 Saes, biit ...-....icesaao .,- ',:' , ,'L'.-.1,-,t
every thing: she loses her husbandie my prevail. Let neatness, order, anil erl.,,rorcez! ......01710, ,,tp thi,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,J.474:;,, ,
respect for her virtues; she loses his
bye; and, with that, all prospect of fits judgement be seen in..all, your different ,wh'tf inrier being very busy i rail!' ' 'Ç''''''. r, i. 't ,
depaitments. Unite liberality with, a it.lellts, tithe to ask rot "M. II" '1';';1.4.tc.,' ,' ';''', '.
ture happinese. She creates her own just fiugality, always reriervoseo
misery, and then utters idle and silly thin
s for the hand febrility, anetie-lhe hers going to fetch ' sometEell' jai17111 ,-'-'440,: ''t '
complaints. but utters them in vain. er let your door he closed to aniffe'rlib 'owl twilled stooped ,dt. 0 k cop,. lho :0!; -, :4 ,
The love of a husband can be retained humanity. . ,- - ' - ag ',,,, 2facturei, tied -' ,;;,',,.
Me' ,40.-:101t'yon have nothing to kte.4tho '1..... - ., f4.,' ' ,
You servants, in particular, Will.
,......-,;osrusitsind tattles gams S , .. ,, ,
only by the high opinions which he en- 'r.
tertsins of his wife 0 goodness of heart, I
of her sweet I let them be well clothed, nurerr 1 -tit ili'y'e b ' les 'n-""!Int ' "?' '' ''' ' '
the strongest claim upon your," cf. LotAeetteitspottoloilyerihidembDereocioien.,ditherinr.rawilt7.2r11477.' ..:: .,'',;,
telargit i '' ',. sc .0 --
wit al nu I t I -mu eriend,,' i,, -ii,r'e4., I
of her amitible dispoeitION
nese, of her prudence, of her devotion to ness, end never let them b5Alt
liçilo -illtigta: a tie'dientti '':i' ti r'""7 r . .
him. Let tiothing, upon, any occasion, treated. ---, ., ,,,
ever lessen that opin nu. On the cons; - ,n, ountrY $10THER VirIT.--IWor tgait oboio t,- -7' -''; , -,0 ,.,
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Tinton mitten au tout emote. too motto oearer to you moo on um v a les !mina
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of music, short of the Harmony of ur e you could find on earth. 1 had too Iles he diaappointed you in something
Heaven. In eummer it is mellowed in- pected, wheather of ornament or Paget-1W take not'-'4. datk, , Le"
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fondly ho d ti kt our home was the You ex e:.
to the harmony of hope. The vac centre of your enjoyments as wall aa
1)..1 fasu.rn; t,.uAred,io.rt.nonft nt) ronn:Acinv.ieht, nv.:. hrlie.nnrayalett,1:ti :11 Alt be. e r!., v -',, 1 ,
to the harmony of hope. The voice ot turnitureor tat ativconventabcotiaev..77---- , trit beano, v.;
centre of your enjoyments as well all
which never mourned ie beard in its mine. Our evenings were spent in er evince discontent; receive hie apolw.
tin.e e sie?!..7: 11,98."'
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