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The annexed feeling ati,1 beaution mole ale
tirteithave been written by a young Eug lish
ticeit
'lit fidwilo had experienced much affliction.
. !E :Vis a devotedness, a spirit of religion run-Its.
411' pi through itb which cannot tail to touch the
7.
k loos obdurate heart.Cliartfort Mirror.
: 110 JesusI my cross have taken,
- All to leave, and follow thee;
''' Naked, poor, dispieed, forsaken
' 'Thou, from hence, my all shalt be I
, .' Cherrish every find ambition
All I've sought, or hoped, or known i
Yet hew rich is my condition--
. ,God anð heaven are all my own I
,.. Lettlie-worlideepise yid leave me-
,
They have left my Saviour toot
Human hopes and Looks deceive me,
Thou art not, like them, untrue,
And whilst thou shalt smile upon me,
God of wisdom, love and might,
Friends may hate, and foes may scorn me--
Show thy face, and all is right.
Go than, earthly fame and tteasure
- Come disaster, acorn and pain ,
In thy service, pain is pleasure,
. With thy favor, loss is gain,
I have called the Abba, Father
I have set my heart on thee
Storms may howl, and clouds may gather
All must work for good to nie t
Soul I then know thy futi salvation
OP
Rise o'er sin, and fear, and care,
Joy to find in every station
Something still to do or bear I
Think what spirit dwells within thee',
Think what heavenly blies is thine,
Think that Jesus died to save thee
Child of 'leaven. canal thou repine t
Haat die on from grace to glory,1
Armed by 'faith, and winged by prayer!
Heaven's toted days belbre thee
God's own hand will guide thee there,
Semi shall close thy earthly mission,
Soon shall pass thy pilgrim days
Hope shall change to glad fruition
Faith to sight, and prayer to praise I
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Pawnee Maim or COUtTSIIIP Mlirray, ill
biP book ur travois just published, gives us the
following methed of courtship among the Paw
nees. When the lover wishes to break the ice he
copied to her father's tent uninvited and site on
the corner of the mat for a considerable time and
then goes away without speaking. This is the
preliminary step,answering, perhaps, to the first
gentle pressure of the hand-the blushing hesita
ilea in addiess the first mutual glance (a under
standing. Met a few days the young 111311 fe
ta lia wearing his buffalo robe with the hair out.
ward, and again sits dowo in corner of the tent,
this is a proposal, a regular 'popping the ques
tion.' If the father is determined to reject him,
nothing is placed for him to sit on, and no meat
is offered ingu, but it' lie approve of the match
these rights or hospitulity are observed. Feasts
are then giveu by the respective parties, in order
to obtatu the consent of their relatives. If both
Pasts terminate favorably in this respect, the
riling 111;111 presents himself once more before
his bruit, at the door of her tent, and then turns
f0,111d dild walks Amyl), off towards his own,
she rises and follows him the marriage is then
complete, (if she remain sitting it is a sign that
her tinnily decline the watch.) All tido iti done
without a word passing betwern tile intended
br te and her huband that is to be. But the
roost extraordinary part ofthe affair is, that hay.
ing married an elder sister, he has a right to
marry all the younger ones as they successively
a.tain the of puberty. The author adds, '4
have seen several chiefs who have in this man
ner tnarried a whole family, the oldest wile be.
lag the greatest drudge, and the youngest being
generally the favorite Sultana, and consequent.
ly doing the least work."
The Ruling Passion. Among the spectators
at mons. Adrien's exhibition on Saturday even
ing last, was a broker, who, (twinge part of the
performance, fell asleep. After ho had been a
sleep for a short time, AdriemantommecI
with twenty-five half dollars, and commenced
co lining them on a plat 'fhe broLor hearing
the sound of money. lama out iti tild
give 10 per cekt for ii4a11 Alexander s Mes
The way to do it. The largest cr.coonery in
the world ix ut Germantown, Pa. Mr. Pilif
is proprietor, and has red this season 1,000,000
of worms, and hag 4,00l1,00 !Wherry trees
grow ng. He is shout planting sixty acres more
sal the year sPer, he calculates on feeding filly
millions of worms.
Onesided Mourning. 'Niemand was die on
ly titan who had the art of doing witty things.
()a the died) of Charles the Tenth, he drove
through Paris tor a couple of days wearing a
white hat. Ile carried a crape in hia pocket.
When he panned through the Fauxbourg orate
Carists, the crape was instantly twisted round
his hnt ;101011 he came into the quarter or the
Tuith3rien, the crape wits instantly slipped off
and put into his pocket again.
I Friend in need. A gentlemant 'unaccustom
ed to public speaking,' becoming embarra,sed,
whispesed to his fliend, 'Quick, quick! give me
give me a word)" Upon which the other replied,
'Yes, yes; whnt word do yott wantr
Quite Soperflienuth Lady Wallace seeing a
gentleman sauntering abnut in one or her par.
said, you dancel"Nol repented the satin,
toren 'Then', said she, 'give me leave to say,
you are mother useful nor ornamental.'
Lauisiana Special Congressional E
'er:dmThe New Orleans Louisiorp.
inn states that Richard Viol, a man of
fine talenta and a firm democrat, has
been nominated to fill ihe vacancy ne
e 'stoned by the resignation ot G
land.
Missouri and lowaAn Ohio and
Michigan war le about to be waged be
tween Missouri and !owe. Governor
Lucas appears to be full of fight, liav
ing ordered an armed force to 'seize the
8heriff of Clark County. The St. Louie
Bulletin says. 6,We are sorry that it
has come to this, but M111101.11i ill and
must etand.by her rIghtir."4
For The ,Ohio Democterir
A ALE POUNDED ON FACT.
glow sweet ate the musings that pie in
the train',
Of the tnemnriee Of joys lied that come
not agmi.'
This wasthe channel n which Mel
lon's mind wan wandering. ite he stow.
iv ascended the mountain which lies
west of the valley of Vane. It was A
warm afternoon in the month of June.
The sunbeams were eleepicg on the
side of the mountain in tranquil splen
dor; the sheep were bleating along the
ed&e of the commons; the atmasibbere
was quivering with heat; gazing westward-4i!
the eye was lost in the dim
dark blue of distance, the yellow fields
far scattered over The plain, were al
ready ripeninr. for harvest. But beau.
tiful as the prospect was, be for,,cot to
indulge the delectable banquet wh-luti a
beaudel landscape spread before him.
Slowly he ascended the monnt, soli
tary in his own contemplation, and bu
sily engagEd in representing to himself
the scenes which wore soon to buret
upon his enraptured vision.
It must be remenibered that the bnin
mit of the hill, which he was just gain
ing, commanded a prospect of the val
ley of his nativity; the place where his
had gazed opon the smiles el the fair;
he had listened to the music of the beau
tiful; he had aharod in the sweet sym
pathies of many a heart, poseased of as
much eensibility as he himself was, yet
lie reaponded to the sentiment of the
Poet.Thalt
"There is not in this wide world a
valley so sweet,
As that vale in whose bosom the bright
waters meet,
0 the last rays of feeling, and life shall
depart,
Ere the bloom ()film valley shall fade
from my heart."
But his home and the society of a
smiling band of brothers, and sisters,
was not the only attraction which per
vaded him; he toll impulses of his ear
ly affection, rebound upon his heart; he
heard the bat echo of memory vibrate.
Its riON9 fell upon iiiS408r :like the ous
phonies of an evenieg song, end filled '
his soul with the sweet music ,of by
gone days.
It wae the fond hope of shortly grees
ting his Margaret, that was the theme
of his perigrinating thoughts. Here
was his whole soul concentrated; it was
feasting upon the rich banquet of
anticipated bliss. Thus absorbed in
hie thoughts,he wandered up the mount,
unmindful of the bleak and withered
scents of reality; when suddenly the
'sunbeams were swept away before biin,
by a dark demi which obscured the
sun; and a peal of thunder interrupted
Nis c...teciuble musings. Turning his ,
tnwards the west, he beheld the '
Jerk clouds emitting from the horizon, ,
n stupenduouts volumas; darkening the
and e ith their sable shades. How to '
setre the storm was now a mutter ex.'
eedatously to be decided epee; for the
Itin was already po tring into the plein
telow. Ile quickeiled his pace, thirds
ng perhaps he Plight reach the bouee
3f one of his acqueintances, which
stood on the descent of the mountain on
the opposite side; he soon reached the
summit and was descending, when the
.arge drops and lowering clouds, re
Itiniled him of the mpoesebility of reach
ing a house before the rain. It itiShint
ty occurred to him, that there W89 a
!edge of rocks near the road, beneath
Nhese projections he could take shelter.
le soon renched this retreat, with
which he had become familiar in los
juvenile excursions; he seated him
self upon a shelving rock; all was si
lent, save the toning storm, and soon
he fell into a deep reverk.
"Oh! delusive phrintome of bliss!"
he exclaimed as he raised his head, be
mg roused by the rumbling of Pomo
stoners, which (ae he supposed)had been
loosened by the torrents descending the
mountain occasioned by recent rain.
It was a fanciful vision! Ile imagined
that he was communiug with his Mars
garet, it wee a halcyon hour; he once
more pressed her hand, which was to
say 1 still am thinereceive the wan
defer to your bosom.' Ile refiected
her quivering lips, while he, with cow.
itt'
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dsTi'D Ð OVER ADVERTISER.
'CANAL DOVER, TUSCARAWAS COUNTY,, OHIO) NOVEMBER,
. . . IMMENESIENOMEWEI,M110111, ...m..........wmamalireafflONINOI
heir resting places when ehe was pres- FORMATION OF CLI A RA CT Ell..
int. All the past seetned nci more dun It is ever to be kept in mind, that o
mousthe winding say which weirs. ond name is in all cases the fruit of
'red the long and dreary diaturree be itersonal exertion. It is not inherited
Qua rheni, wato no longer a hairier. tri r om parents; it is trot created by eater
heir joys; tie more did he gaz: through aril advirittages; it le-no necessary sp
ire misty shades of ether, till Islre) trendne of trirth,or wealth; or talents,
re,erted tho lovulY form a his i;161." or sittition; bet the result of one's) own
ijiret fir beyoeti the dim, (bait. dt,tant endeavorsthe fruit and reward of good
trine. Such was the suject of Mel- principleil, manifested in a course oof
virtuous End hosorable action. Tha,is
ion's mrtsic dream, when a sudden
the more important to be remarked, be
..hriok agaia disturbed his repose; ,ille
cause it shows that the attainment of a
raised his head when be beheld a fe
male figure in the attitude of surpritse, namP, whplevei.beIyourJaternal eiri;
11141 ctitutihnees, is entitely withifryour
"where am I, and what does
mean, atn 1---" he instantly recollected power. No young man, however hum
himself, his situation. and all the past ble his btrth, or obscuto bie cebdition,
cireumetaces. Ile viewed the figure 1 is excluded from the invaluable boot).
before himLle raised blinself thinking , no has only to fix his eye upon the
prize and press towarns it, in a course
it was only a fragment of his delusive i,
of virtuous and useful conduct and it is
dreamIle looked again; it was reality. !
She was a damsel young and beautiful, his. And it is interesting to notice how
Though her hair was disordered and, many of our 'citizens have tiserfto hon
hung it) confusion over her shoulder,and . or and usefulnees by dint oftheir own
her theism wet of the late rein, though 1 persevering exertions. They are to be
Needle great numbers, in :eachof the
the intruding drops streaked herieheeks;
Pec3l'ar 1"th'ilearne'd professions, iind in every do
yet there sat enthroned a
finest), slightly veiled with a tnodest partment of business; and they eland
forth, bright and animating exatnples of
and pensive countenance; in her hand
was a white handkerchiel, which half what can be accomplished by resolution
and effort. Indeed, my friends, in the
concealed a pack of papers, which seem'
formation of character, personal exer
ed to bear the marks and stains) of age. 1
Meldon at first thounht that he. (con- .:..... ,.... e. ..
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ley et ms eativtin too ineco woors los Me idon at hrst thought that be, Von-' lion is the first the se-c.e'tel.-- d..-1. --.: - I in elivsiolmq that one omin cannot Mao i i '
0 ri a i
1 1 an I le third I " 'I
juvenile trausactions were recorded. culled as he seemed to be in bur reel v i N h ' '
tr toe ot ing great or excellent can 1. . .
i undue proportion of nervous influence, without
Three long years had passed, since ' treat,) had eurprised her, and thrown be amend without it A good name w'n ;miming all the fliers. The titudent, therefore !
he broke the tender ties which bound her in the attitude in which he at first . - - ---- -- I" 1 , I
not cotne tvithout beteg eought. Ail 1 who occupies, his imagination for Imre togetli.
him to his domestic circle; to seek in ' observed her But this Int '
pression was i I
the virtues of which 't .
i Is composed tire , er, is depriving his physical structure of an es.
more western climee, that fancied hap- 1 8.
1 ,08 removed from his mind, for glane the results of uttering app IL .
I at on and auntie! agent in its growth and welfare.'
pmess for which many y,u hs hay 3aC. I cing his eves along the ledge of rocks, 'I
nclustry.
r ificed the riper blieses,which troWded I he espied en enormous serpent creeping il Ti I .q WOMAN'S LOVE; The foltoVving PaSSilie i
iousant a of young men have been
round their domestic firesides. In vain in between the rocks. l'he rain being ' is limn the Editor's 'Note Book,' in the Knicks!
ruined by relying for a geed name on
did be seek for that bower, where un- I over, the vermin had laid itself ur erbocker:
Itin their honorable parentage, or inherited
&tilted happiness reclined on bode of 1 the rock to enjos the genial rays fate 'Where is the antique glory how becinve
1 wealth, or the patronage of friends.
moss; which be fancied only grew 9118, from which it wee frightened b Tliatin !Mem wont in women to appear ?
'need' the willows of a distant soil. He ' her appeurenee. Ile wee now convin-'
Y i Flettered by these dietinctione, they
Where be the brave aehivements done by some?
have felt as if they might live without .
had gazed opon the smiles el the fair; ced that he vas unobserved. and re., Where be the bautes,where the shield and sp ar,
effortmerely for their oivn gratification
he had listened to the music of the beau mained relent, gazing upon her in wild And a1 the conquests which them high did rear,
and indulgence, No mietake is more fa
tiful; he had altered in the sweet sym- astonishment.
tat. It always issues in producing an Thit matter made forifamoui.nonts' verse,
Oathleo of matlY a hear Posessed of as l'he rain was now over, and the 988, inefficient and ueeless character On And boastful men so oft fibula io hear ?
much eensibility as he himeelf was, yet I,
seone in all its splendor, the motetened this acconnt it is that: character told Been they all dead, mid laid in doleful beanie?
lie reepondod to the sentiment of the landscape clad ni verdure, presented a wealth rarely tontinue in the same fam,. Or do they only sleep, and shal again reverse?'
Poet.That: beautiful ecenery enlivened with all the
ily Dere than two or three generations. 'We can answer Mr. Edmund Spencer's in
"There is not in this wide world a diversities of vernal beauty; never did
In the formalion of 8 good character, terrogatim. by an authenti3 atinecdote of a mod
valley so sweet, the valley of Vairga look more delie ht
As that vale in whose bosom the bright . .-,. , it ia Of great importance that the early dern English woman, wherein it will 'le seen
tut; the strobe
ams glistened on tne oils
waters meet, parl or life be linereved and guarded that ilie brave achimements Cif feritale in the
0 the last rays of feeling, and life shall len tam ; the birds commenced their
with the utmost carefulnees. 'Fhb most olden tiine,have been equalled b 1
y r eeds of Mgt
depart, carroluig on every bough: and all was .
critical pelted of life is tut which elells
Ere the bloom of that valley shall fade melody tied love. moral enter "
prise done by $011143 of the present '
from my heart." esi rrotn leurteen to tweniv-o
Melton) was silent, he neglected the ' he Ytaf6 era. Captain Sir Robert Barekelay, who cone
But his home and the society of a scenes of 109 Dental valley, which were of age. More is done dunng this pe- mended the British squadrim in the battle of L.
smiling band of brothers, and sisters, now clothed with poetry ; his eves rem- ritod to mould and ,settle the churactei Erie, was lionibly mutilated by the wounds he
was not the only attraction which per- ling on the beautiful figuie before him, o the future man then all the other years,
received in that action haviiie Met inn rldnarni
vaded him; he felt impulses of his ears while she, how gazing along the moue.. in hfo. If a young men paesee it w;th and on . ' ' .- .
e of hisilegs. Previously to his leaving
ly afrection, rebound upon his heart; he tam, now over the valleyat lust her pure morals and fair reputation, a goen , -
Eneland, he wits cligin.ed to a young Indy, n
heard the bat echo of memory vibrate; eyes tell upon the wicket tech bile hely nettle is almoet eure to crown his mae r
whom be Wilb tended), attached. reeling n
its 80N9 fell upon iii9408r :like the eus in her hand."Deer fragM0818 Of thier years, and deseend with him to
emelt, on his return, dint be was but a mere
phonies of an evenitig song, end tilled wieclied Hope I" she exclaimed. "els tle! cloee of lite days; On the other ' '
k, lie sent a friend to the larly.irderined her
his soul with the eweet music of by- ready stained with the tease 01, hfiection hand, if a young men in the swing sea-, wreP
or Ills mutilated condition. and geeeronsly of.
gone days. )e precious ruins ',film battlements ot
' son of life negieet hie mind end heart;
It wae the fond hope of shortly grate once fortified love. line fate levelled if he indulges hen sett in vicioue eourees fering If) release her from her engagement 'Tell
flt. III theieney and liiitl.'4rePlieibilhe noble girl, 'that I will jnyfilb.
ting his Margaret, that was the theme yod s illi ber relentless. linnit 1 Yonder aindhfirning hat) s
of his perigrinating thoughts. Here is the place w here ilie covenant vow ''''31":.'111"si he experiences a loss which ly ii arry Min iflie 1.as only 1 ody enongh lento
was his whole soul concentrated; it was wee steeled ; but ob i Nieldon, where no squirts emu tellies and brings a plain hold his sold? Is not here a matter as worthy of
feasting upon the rich banquet of are you now 1 Perhaps ince lonelv upon his character which no tear') can iimoustpeets verse' as half the records 'of the
Anal rie age? Is it note far ilobler theme than the
anticipated bliss. Thus absorbed in epot is his reeling place; perhaps he wash a")'
his thoughts,he wandered up the mount, eleeps in dotal, dnd itie leaves of the l'otithlui thonghtleseness, I know is eats of Amazons end the exploits of menswo
unmindful of the bleak and withered torep,r are driltitig over his sainted rest. wont to regiiiii the indiscretions and vi- men of a fuer pay? or even the much vaunted
scents of reality; when suddenly the it
le.P0, sleep oil my deatest, "tough 110 cious indolgericee ol this period, 88 01 deeds oferrantkinglits,whose blacksmith's bilk,
sunbeams were swept away before bite, loved ono was :tear to plum the cypress erY little -11111"nianee. nut believe me, ibr mendieg shabliy armor,all the way to Pales
by a dark cloud which obscured the over your tomb ; yet vow ever constant my frieens, they have groat intioenees tine and back,have not been 'settled' to this dav?
son; and a peal of thunder interrupted Margaret is repining over your vigils ol 'il formitig yew home cilium:ter, tind we liaiv. as vardit, Willi tlit reader.
iiis 6,6A:utile musings. Turning hie mon.ory ; and with the 1. iiiN of 111.4111g decititug the estimation in o loch you
les tnwards the west, he beheld the affection. ehe writere the weeping si il are 10 1,e field in coommiiity. 'I' a y THE PR ESI DENCY,
Auk (deeds emitting from the Lorizon, lows of rutin ii); mid belleath their are getme of bad halms crintit mei! nit, 'Floe Wheeling Times considere it
n stupenduoue yolumas; darkening the shades, strike a dirge to joys lied that ruin io ll.e character mid the you!. Tii, ifinglither useless; for its party any lone
and e ith their sable sdirides. How to CORM' not again." errors end vices of a young mom even !or to !mike any opposition to the ad
'were the storm was now a mutter ex. Meldon could hold out no longer, it when they do not ripen into balms, tins ministration. The editor of that peper
oedatously to be decided eyrie; for the was his own beloved 'Margaret ; eh presses a blot iiti.the name winch ie 419,1i. "if the public prese is a proper
,Itin was already po tring into the plein had siouglit before the rail, Illiii eques- rarely effaced. Tney ate remenife red viterion hy which we are to durige el
telow. tie quickened his pace, thiuk- tered retreat, where 8118 m:ght emotes. In s"hseq"e" life; the public eye is of- 'ebbe opinion there will not be a candi
ng perhaps lie might reach the bouee ted, examine and peruse the lettere elle ten towed back to them; the bt gina iro :bile for the Presidenev in opposition to
af one of his aciunintances, which had received from tem since his dim- seen; it clinge fast to the char deter, and Mr. Van Buren, et what is the Wile
stood on the descent fate mountain on ture. As ehe had for a long time heurd il: lichneeY effects are felt to the end thing, men who vote will vote for whom
the opposite side; he soon reached the nothing from him, hot knowing whet ill . (;11 hid dsYli limy please without regerd to the elle
4ummit and was deecending, when the could have befallen hini; whether, the A feu i eoutation, it should be rumen s eese of any one." Ile saye le is "gist!
tiered is "
, a plant deli,:iite in its nature. auch is the leeling." told the reason he
.arge drops and lowering clouds, re- tardy mail was in fault, or whether lie
,iiiniled him of the mpoetebility of reach had forgotten hitt proinises. Ile could end by no means rapid in Its growth." ,isolgosi for this is that "people, or a
ing a house belore the rain. It inslunt no lotiger leave her in suopense. Ile A chat actor w hick lios cost nett,y years ;pejo! ity of them, appee r to be satisfied,"
ly occurred to him, that there W89 a Warted from his seat, crying "ever to eetabliele i9 otten destroyed in 11 sin- with the meneures of the past and pres
!edge of reeks near the road, beneath faithful Margaret I lie whose memory glo hour, or even minute. Guard. then, ent adniintetratinn, and "have a denim.
Nhnse projections he could tithe shelter. you celebraie, le ',either unfortunate nor with peculiar vigilance this forming. eratic currenev." He accordingly calls
He soon renched this retreat, with inconetant : but has now the low wish- fixing eeason of your existence. 8808 hie reedets to stat.d back and give
- it. H. citizens can go back and date the hour of his I Te-e 11- - n-o' m- i 's' e bi n. g7
quivering lips, while heovitli con..
triumili to the unfaltering smiles which he over
tat heart and reciprocating teoling, pleasant valley, Nov. 12tb, 1839. ap-p-ear to be I,' ,
loaded to the word, ae hie glancing .. niet from the beaming countenance or Matthew we examined 1 .
The imperiel Bank of, Manchester, Carey, anti, is perseverance, industry, ammo-,
s dropped from a contemplation of c,rn, and or;' I
my, and integr.ity wore the Corinthian columns 8 to 12 tnithi;
beauties and loveliness; which were hal) stoned PaYment -- i
gle grain Or COM; WhiCii
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defer to your bosom.' tie renected a I each other's joy. By his arm she was ny of the false pritle which unforturneely bo- Pmeeeds fa "I!
came up and grew spontaneonsly in, ,,
fey moments upon his dream, but soon ! gunrded to her dwelling; and but a fe y cornea the guiding power of many a man who
ally of his garden. Its yieldtwas 6,4' '
recoiled again, and the siien of enchantI days intervened when they were joined hes gone up to weatth by his own hands. On
grains. . rhe proceedslems vie,
ment, sung bim into a trance the sec.. heart and hand. And since have real
the contrary his IMMO, his counsel, his library
plat ofground canttirc t,4
ond time; and again he saw his Mar.,' ized the happy consequences which at-.
L' - heart, al; were open to the young, the ambi:
garat mile; again he heard the oft ra' , tend those who preserve as sacred, the " an acre corn menet
,rt
tines, and deservin and man an enter ridin s'
pested vow of constancy, drop from memories of departed joys. .,;,. ,...s ,,,, t jtr, nna A,..):1. 1.,,..P ,1,:g are 16 by 20, givipp
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of his own character, he deligived to irnpressr well filled will) it taIns.. A Onolis knit(
upon Ids vast body of young friends, that upon etstirlirg 11 r itself, in the gat"den bets
Mine other eco.uld they ever rear enduring ilium treenty-six well formed ears, mill Ire, !Op
. or Inkstaiitial Wealth'. . iottr Junta silkicak nubbins.' Many a
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NOVEL EEADING.Tite intense excr;te- urbocitee. ' it atelLa to be the tendert
meta produced by ITAing works irr fiction; is Libe e;itts are fornre4i on itie cede 0'1(111;
untlivorabte to a setf balanced intellect. The r eifort to thioW, Otit'ren ear at th.e juhttion
ev of this ipeclea . of cern to. prake an
present may be termed the age of novo reading, of each leaf Mt l'ho pateefaialk;''1'!
arid its injurious results must continue in (Ter. I , Thus , its a yaritlf 'entireli ,thtlerett
rthroughout the next; Works of fiction and ro. from the celeVtated.Baden cern,' es the
MUCCI excite tho imagination, until a state or grains nre a iirl.e.tY of hard' white flints,
mind is produced at variance With tho liellthy w ith 16 tows un the sear. ,' Lae: year
it the ease With (innate's, Whose nervous systerna earl's "ne Publ?in and, al;
play of reason and judgmeni. Thia especially from one etalk Mr: Cote -had tett bound
erre mature delicate. -A ritytiolor,44 tottict f0rmee. 1- Thil average svaitylZ"graios
readily betelt the sentimentaPnovel reader l'roto to cacti ear, ur IT grailtste.seacn row
produce an
the sociol circle of arty country. She might en. more' red),
On the 'ear. A field. of such corn wou'd
tertam a modern knight, with a mind similarty immense quantity of the
beet kind of fc dd ,
organized, with the incidents in Ruliver's last. ) er and probably it will
but she would be unable tocontributo any thing be found the MObt ptofitable t.o raise it
- for fodder corn 1Ir Cold will be'able
to the higher order, tif intellectual converse. I , ,,
to bupply Feed to a limiteu Weill nut
tint). Novels aise give the readers unjuit views
epring.Baptibt Ilanntr,
of real life. When they come to Bathe. parts
--
they are disappointed, and a fretibt and derang
RICE FAMILY BREAD.'
ed state of mind is prtpduced, a condition at va- I
The followint, letter 'from a lady,Avilt
Hance with health, and opposed to social duty ' f '
teach the house wives n our country.
and dornestic happiness. Works ot fiction
liAv to add to their conifotta at hornet--
should, therefore, 130 excluded from the sellout í
roopn. The student should not be rermitted hi I ice flour, and I have produced a bread
"I have been trying okporitnenta with
read them, even in his 'private study. it hi á law i II d I r it ter' to the
that to unrivn e , a 6 pel
sh t....,ftr, t. I 11.15U t la tillutiutie, , they ilmer o
her appeurence. Ile wee now convin-'
ave e t as if they might live without st II e be the brave achivements done by some? avoid sealditto the yeast, acid half
et
ced that he vas unobserved. and re
effortmerely for their ten gratification Where be the batties,where theshield and apt ar, pint of good yeast, and as much whet
mained stients gazing upon her in wild -
and indulgence, No mistake is more fa- Anti all the conquests which them high did rear, flour as will melte it of a proper eons,
astonishment.
tel. It always issues in producing an 'Elite matter made forifamoui.pontst verse, Wiley for Wean: put it I o rote, when an
l'he rain was now over, and lite sun , inefficient and utieless character On
shone in all its splendor, the motetened
this acconnt it its that: character and And boastful men so eft abaslit io bear ? fir:wilily riten, it will be neceseary i
landscape clad in verdure, presented a
they only sleep, and shal again reverse?'
Been they all dead, mod laid in doleful hearse? eidd a little snore o heat flour. ' If (mkt
wealth rarely tontinue in the same fams Or do
beautiful meenery enlivened with all the
ily mere than two or three generations,. We can answer Mr. Edmund Spencer's he hret I betted were mere elielle."
too eon, the loaves will be hollow. 1'1
diversities of vernal beauty; never did
In the formation of a good character, elongation. by an authentiol amiecdote of a mod .
the valley of Irtioga look tnore delight
t im ol areal inwortance that the early dere English woman, wherein it will 'oe seen
tut; the sombeams glistened on the fals I .t ..A,1:11:VlCitIt.t Laitijitt NTS.
A letter rooni filossouoi to the G,beitsborlini
part of life be lineroved and tenattled that the brave aeltiethments Of fern:ilea in the
len tate ; the birds commenced their
with the utmost cerefulness. 'Fhb motto olden titnediave been equalled by deeds 01'141 (N. C.) Patriot gives bootie advice to the peep
earrottiog on every bough: and all wits , - '
moral enterprise 'done by sOlite Or the present
ritical pettod of hie is tut which elorms
melody Loud love.
, es rrotn Inurteen to tw v ne VIAirs oni. to others disposed to emigrate. . It stop,: It
mended tbe British quadroon in the battle ot L.
Meloon was Silent, he neglected ine ' "1. -1)- - , ---- era. Captain Sir itobert Berekelay, who c
of age. More is done during this pes al' North 1:aniline, which is to-tunny applicia
scenes of tild Denver valley, which were
r lin i to.mould and ,settle the cheractei tbe tatikest fulls for any man who is doilog w
in North Carolina to go west fur the purpoise
now clothed with poetry ; his eves rem
o ; fie Moire man then all the other yeare Erie, was hortibly mutilated by the wounds he
received in that action, havitoe lost hie ritrioann bettering lois condition he cermet do it. If
ling on the beautiful tiguie before him,
in i e. if a young men passes) it wtiti rt one or llisileoo..
while she, how grizing along the moults
pure morals and fat!. reputation, a goed Engh,,,d, he wit,.,,,,,,, ed to ; , . b t "I' thi
Erevioonsly too lois !earl o ouis nothing there, he may probably get VOITI
tam, HOW over the valleyat lust ber nettle is almoet Isere to crown his ma- mime he , you g lig bv going weal, but even then the chant
eyes fell upon the packet fifth bile hely l!''' Iv re a elitist Min Every kind buniness ia ovo
wnf, ronott-ily touched. I et! mg a- 2 ' .
toter years, and deseend with him to stoocked eseept farming. 'I here are,more mec
in her hoind."Deer fragiiienia Of entely, on his return, dont be was but a mere
tho deed of his days; On the other anies of all kinds there is empto)nient for the
wrecked Elope I" she exclatined,
uni- liand, if a young lean in tile bitting bee- , .
wreck, lie sent a friend to) the Indy, Wormed her
ready stained with the tease ot silection, ot lus mutilated condition, and getteronsly .of.
son of life neglect hie Mind end heart; e.
ye precious ruins 'ditto battlements of with the exception of sem few favored spo
if he indul 1
gest Jonselt in vieirtue coureee ''ring to: release her fioni her en
once fortified love. Ilite fate levelled titer, can find,the means obtaining an honest I
hat) s of in. theft" end him, ti,rildiet
Labe noble girl, ghat I will joyfid
gagt,it eloell There are more lawyers, do:tors and preach
you es illi her relentless. linnet', Yonder and fining
slothfuittees, he experiences a loss which ly it any Ilan if lie I.as old), i ody enoneh lett to
le the place se here the covenant vow
t to exist in the whole union. As to far
no ellbris emn reolve and brings a etain hold his soid? Is not here a matter as worthy of ough
ings and there ere more speculators than the
watt steeled ; but ob 1 Meldon, where
ing, if properly conducted. ills good beeline
upon his character which no tearer can 11"1"wipoets verse' as half the records 'of the
are you now I Perhaps some lonelv
WaS11 at av eithatrie age? Is it note far holder theme than the and may be made profitable any where; if a ir
spot is his 'wing place; perhaps he r
Y milli I ul thoughtlessness, 1 k nnW is it ats of Amazon!' end the exploits or monwo cannot make a living at it in North Carolina,
eleeps in dotal, end the leaves of the
niay as weil despair of doing nein the West,
wont to regent the indiscretions and vi- men of a hoer pa)? or even tho much vaunted
toreet tire driliteg over ids sainted rest.
"tough 110 cious indulgence:to 01 this per toil, es of deeds of ertant kinghts,whale blacksmith's bills, depend upon it,corn won't grow without wee
liSO, sleep on my dertiest,
loved one was :tear to plant the evpreits 'erY Intle -Importance. 1111 believe me, tlir mendieg shab!:y armor,all the way to Pales- Mg in the west as little as it rill any wit
my frieens, they have gotoit intlonnees tine and back,have not been 'settled' to this day? else
over your tou,b ; yet your ever constant
......... .......
Margaret is repining over your vigðo tit li fortnitig pair future cilium:ter, iind we hem the vardie; with tlit reader.
.lecititeg the estimation in which you The American 'Minister and IM
man,ory i and with the ism N of undying
affection. ehe waters the wee,iul.. vi ih. sre to ire bele in community. '1 ,t) 'I'll E PR ESI DENCY, Steventoon are at present on a 'WC
Earl Fitzwilliam. at hie niagnsficent el
lowe of futurity; ow tielleta4 their are gems of had lirtittes contitmed rite 'floe Wheeling Times considers it
shades, strike a dirge to joys lied that ruin io ILe character mid the :sou!. '1'114, litoglither iteelese for its parte any lon- in Yorkshire. Thence they w ill go
trrors end vices of a young item, even .!or to melte anv opposition to the ad- Raby Castle, and afterwards to I
CORM' not again."
it when they do not ripon into habits, lin. ministration. The editor of that piper Earl and Counteee of Cathie on a vit
&Widen could hold out no longer,
presses a blot ott the name winch is .auys. If the public prese is a proper Another batch of Coburgs have i
was his own beloved Margaret ; ehe
rarely elfaced. 'rimy ate rentembt red vitelien by which we are to Juoge of rived at Windsor from tbe Continent
had trough! before the rali, iliHi eques
in subsequeet life; the public eye is of- 'ebbe opinion there will not be a candi- The hereditary Prince, and Prince 1
tered retreat, where she ni:ght uninolete
led, examine and peruse the letters elle ten towed back to then); the bt pill iro !bile tor the Presideney in opposition to bert of "Saxe Coburg Gotha." 'At
had received from him since his dim- toeen; it clinge fast to the charscter, and Mr. Van Buren, et what is the Signe .
voting gentleman have taken t h
ture. As tate had fur a long time heard OA tint:Rpm' effects are felt to the end 'long, men who vote will vote for whom abode in the Castle, la eivk .'
nothing from hint, hot knowing whet ill cif hid "Y"' they please without regerd to the Nile., which has tended to revieS'sQtir..,..
could have befallen hint; whether, the A fan i mutation, it !should be rumen e tress of any one." 1
I.e save le is "glsd that the Queen is about fts2-itu:''..!
beted, i
to "a plant deliettle in its nature. such le the teeling." lied the reason he
tardy (nail was in fault, or whether lie Prince Albert, the younger..
, ewes tie ,',,
had forgotten his promises. Ile could rind by no means input in its growth." eseigns for this 41 that "people, or a ia the happy Math Ile Is.- A.,, rthii.,,
A &tweeter a hich Ius cost utility years inajoi ity of them, appeor to be satisfied," Protestants, although hiht.4,1.??...-- ----'''''
no loitger leave her in suopense. Ile
, '.,,,, 'enable ,
Warted from his seat, crying "ever to eetabliele ilii Oen destroyed III a sins with the meneures of the past and press till Roman Cathol ar.
faithful Margaret I lie whose memory gle hour, or even minute. Guard, then) ent administratirm, and ''havo a demos tillir4Istreo ine' tZ 15
you celebraie, is 'keit her unfortunate nor with peculiar vigilance this forming. cratic currenev." lie accordingly calls Ile r Majeety ,ti iothiág to 1,,t,a,,,,ohat
inconelant ; but has now the lo ig wish- fixing season drier existence. upon his reedeis to stat.d back and give '
C IL Stanley 1. 1,,itse ieert
'rietch sweet ..
Inge, from vie,. ,
I stooped, de. 0 Iteeps
ed for pleasure of giving renewed aesu- rite atIntinierration e (thence to give a
i W im'egt-
rance of individual love." She started AID TO YOUNG BEGINNERS. - There better currency. If the wbige will ail rY "I .ing sem cold -,,,tafactureit,
at first, but recognising him to be her Wat4 one feature in Matthew Carey's cloarnetere agree to pursue this course. and abans " n "le0 embers on them' wPt vier,lie
endeared, her long lamented Mehloo. asdeactihed by the author ore memoir pliblis'i- don their favorite credit eystem, matte's the auturtiiid D - ,.thre,,,7,,Aeir evi. co
She sunk at lite feet ; he raised her and ad in tlie November number of Ilunt's Mer. e il SOOS be in a soiled e a 1, h
n, .teall..y eon. The h '..: - lei " ..,orvotrilrg(
Inth my malt , AA on,
reclining her upon his arm, she Innis- chante magazine, worthy of all imitation; one dition, and we iciall have no more such ia to ii ' v '''.'ihr'''''Y "P
'8 ertrt,edient, .r .' . . 6
' 4iiietetill would D
tenet! big bottom with affection'to vestal which cannot better much commended to oller explosions A"I the two which have oes Demo , - .,, dui Jr- ni, ,1 ,,,
tears. Clasping her to hie bosom, be gentlemen of leisure and ample fortune. It was curred within a little more than two , At VVIT:.'! .. ert '".-.- shout t. .
It lad
e. o e en fit !soi the rrlir , ., , ,
staid: "Thank 'leaven for restoring to a disposition to extend the hand of kindness to years inlet. rc ,ave you. se F . ,,.,,. , , , .., . ,
, -4 veto A it'lliv- , t '
me, all 1 t old dear upon earth I" While young men whom he observed of promising -- Aftfsegewthisut,, , , , ;,t . , , ,..,::.,.
recovering, she responded the quiveritig talents, justly ambitiourt, and systematicalty in- CII EST ER CORN i NEW.VAnit -e- ' '''' -;ta S dimes with whit
e!..-;eregn. .., - ,
words, "We meet to part nO more, tin. dustrious. lle would go mit of his way to meet ife'l'Y. ' I have seen very ',:- 4 aftliateð ...,'.and,--t,,
til death ehall sever us." Here their ouch, anti to make them feel that he respected Lael hutemn we putiliehed a ent-4 a -roxeellthish yr' ...ie'eseful; '.Dr.r-
oft repeated vows were renewed, and and was ever ready to nid them. Ile had not a Mention limn Nathan Cole, Evq.a. -, ----'---).-J Liter So Dr...Alec:it -
FlOCIETY o ,
again recorded, They sympathised in 1 fl . 11 l i . i Chester, Randolph en. Illinois, . T- - .1.... ' , .. I--
. .. .. panic e to t iat sma c !Timm w itch is too ob. . .. .....,.. , not a c., s e t,
,
recipes you have. eince got it ter
feet, I have sent sorne samples to eiét.)
one could. think of. is'fbe. beef
bread rver lamied, and do not if
more expensive than wheal bead, fot
the rice Hour. I make it thus: one quart
of rice flour made into a stIl pap by
wetting it wilh warm wi,ter,;rio.t. so hut
as to make it lump', alien w wet, and
boiling water be touch as 2 or 3 quarts;
stir it Contineally until it boils: then boo
I pot ot oink, when cool enough to
avoid spalding the )east, add halt. a
pint of good yeast, and as much wheat
flour as will mike it of a proper consul
Wiley for brew!: put it rise, when Vor
ficiently risen, it will be necessary to
add a little snore wheat flour. ' II. nhked
too Bolt the loaves will be hollow. The
firet baited were mere shells." '
'
, Apvicc tit) it.altiAt iNrs. ,
letter iiilissouti to the r;.bensborinigh
(N. C.) Patriot gives some advice to the peopte
Jf North Carulina, which is equally applicable
to others disposed to emigrate. It tot)s :
the tarikest fulls for any matt who is doitig well
in North Carolina to go wcst 11,r the purpose
bettering his condition he cannot do it, Ube
las nothing there, he may probably gat some
thing by going west, but even then the chances
are alairist him Every kind business is over
stoocked except fooling. bore are,moremech7
;ones of all kinds there is empto)nient for the n,
with the exception of some few favored spots.
There are more lawyers, do:tors and preachers
titer, can find,the means obtaining an honest livA
ing, and there are more speculators than there.
ought to exist in the whole union. As to farm
nig, if properly conducted. it is good business,
and may be made profitable any where; if a man
cannot make a living at it in North Carolina, be
may as wetl despair of doing so in the West. for
depend upon it,corn won't grow without wodo.
ing in the west as little as it will any where
else.'
o t u se pntle Much unfortenteely be mee a "
joy. By his arm-she was ---- e I gle grain oraoln whicP 4d I k
, , , , r n
The American Minister and Alts.
Stevenson are at present on a visitIo
Earl Fitzwilliam. at his niagnsEcent seat 1,
in Yorkshire. Thence they w ill go to
Raby Castle, and afterwards to the
Earl and Countess of Cathie on a villit. J .
Another batch ef Coburge have ar. '. l',:
rived at Windsor from the Continent, ' ' so
The hereditary Plume, and Prince AN 4
bert of "Saxe Coburg Gotha." These"..--47ie
young gentleman have takeths:.,a.---1'!.. ' irf
- . , f
abode in the Castle, la eit,k, Jr...or, 1.
which has tended to revt,t9Qvf,t. '',:, ..,-.'
that the Queen is about 'to2- ' ,-:., ,.,,, tr ,, ' )
Prince Albert, the Yeenge''ciece, i ?' I 'i ''','
it4 the happy man. ile le4 ck 04 ',9,1,,. ,11lul. 1'
Protestants, although hte j .1)1:---,4, -s.r.,,,,',' ,
all Roman Catholwie& ,''9-'çtt..... - ' '''k - .'41,- 1
gors4rtut irlb ti. TO,' , , .,,,,,, : ,
lit, r M aiebty ii ilothing to unitc,126hat ir.: '1 ' , ; ' w
n It st.ni. I h..- :.:1,----ha .-,;', - , '
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each other's sorrows. aid 'rejoiced in r
um the disgrace e taintng ilia bire00111 Or
nwrary men; nut nou 11. the astonishing r tutred wi '
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