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1 Tiss,old fashioned courtesy sod stet.
.' I -.This Wisely -at tIat following torn:spoil
, --dew. so chatioteriatic of ;the anon Of
, . nhs old school, sill commead it to tit
: -admiration of Wit reader.; It is deri
A seed from Sparks's invaluable comptla
" ,;:ation albs Washington more: - --,
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, , i , .-, a o usuaut WAS9INGTO .,
PhiMdelphia 161A $ep. 17S9.
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. Dear Sir t.Nly malady render tny
', 2,,ktoining apto write ratheepainful to 610 ;
! Mill. I cannot let my son in-law Mr
:, Bache, pan for New York, it ithout con
gratulating you by Win on the recovery
- - of your health so precious to us all; and
sin the growing strength of our neW goy.
,ernment under your administration.- For
lily own personal ease. I should have
,-- died two yeare Ago ; but, though those
Imo have been spent in escruciating
' liaini I am pleased ilia I have lived
kthem, eincoihey have brought me to
-- ' anylireeent eituation. I ant now auish-zing
my eighty fourth year, end probe
etily with it my Careen in this life; but in
: 'whatever stste of existence I am pia---,cad
hereafter if! main my memorg 01
, what has passed here, I shall with it re
- tam the esteem, respect. and affection,
---- -wig which I have long been,' my dear
71fours, most sincerely. B. Franklin.
t ' ...To BENJAMIN FitANKLIN,
Nem York,22,4 Sep 1789.
,, Dear Sir: The affectionate congrats
.- , - ulatione on the recovery of nitr health,
' ' . '''' and the warm expressions of..personal
friendship,' which wet ,contained in
, your letter of the 16th MIMI. claim my
, gratitude' itod the .consideration that
', ' t it was wetiten ivhen you were afflicted
-with a painfol malady, greatly. inertias:,
? --- es mrobligation for it-, .
,, Would' to God my deer 'air, .lhat I
'could congratulate' you upon the tern-
, val of that exceuciating priiti, under
-which you laboi; and' that your cals.
' -- tepee mteht thee with ea midi ease to
yourself ee ita continuance bee been
. beneficial to our country and neeful to
... . , .' mankind; or, thin onstod Avishes 4 a
,'. ',-4ree peopiti,leined.with the earnest, pray
. , : ..' . ere of every friend:1o' scrence,-ond hu
, '' : -Ainenity,',.'Coutit reliei.e toe -body froth
't ,paiii ankirrfirmatrea, .then :you could
,claiman exemption' on Ono score. LI'
1 , ? this oannof,be, and Jou havb within
' - yeartellthe only reaource to Winch we
. can entifdently applyfor relief, a ph&
,: ". ' 4pophioritiod. - , , ; - -.,' , N '
1'1 ' If to be-yeilerated for berrevelance, if
!.. 174o be - admired for Went's,' ift o be ea-
,,.' , -teemed for patrioOtiam, if tO he' beloved
P -; .,- for philanthrophy,can gratify the bunion
I ' - :mindoon most hilvd. the pleasing cori,,
,os .-'wolation to kno!tohet -you have rmt lie
, , . ð ed in rain. , And I flutter-myself this's'.
, 4 . ,
is:---7-----,,,-Itwitt root tie-pinned s-cn-a)ref,,-Ilto-least
4 24 ,.. greteeui':occurreocce of your Iffe ICI' be
:,( ,. .. vented, that, AO long as I retain my
1 .-,Iment-ory, you will be recolected with
:. ,. rneopect veneratio4 and affection by
.1, ',;,,,, 21.::yuUr sincere friend. ,
, . ,1,Geo '1'wtinges:a.
A WARNING VOICE.
.."To preserve our independence, we must not
let our rule a load us with perpetual dela. We
niust make our selection between economy and
liberty, or profusion arid servitude. If we run
into such debts, as that we must be taxed in our
meat, rind in our drink, in our labors aild out
.aintetemente, for our anti our creeds,
- as the people e England- 4tre, our people like
them, meet COMO to lebor sixteen hours in the
- entelity-hiur,give the eareinga of fifteen of these
te the G.wernmant for their debts and daily ex..'
...lenses, and the sixteenth hell'. insufficient to
afford tis tuft!, we must live as they do now
. ou oat meal Neil potat..eclieve 'tonna, to think,
-tte means of calling the 'nisitanagers to an ire
.'mount, bin be glad to obtain subeistence by hir.
itig ourselves to ril.4.1 the chains on the iieckm
rim &Now seems. Out iardlio!dere, too, like
:. theirs, retaining. indeed, the title and ineward.
of estates catled theirs, but hekl mall) it;
--:rustlrt The treasury, must wander, like theirs,
t-intereigWeountries,and be contented with pen
ury. obseurity,exile and tlieglory of the name'.
Thie example mule to um the limitary lesson,
Ant private fortune" are,destroyed by public, a.
well as by privies extravigence. And this it
the tendency fall human governments. A de.
partnro from hriiicip:e in one instance, becomes'
a pritcedent for a Fecund; that second tor n third;
- be on, until the band of euciety is frITUCed
torhe mere automatons of misery, to have setisi
tilities but for inning and en& ing. 'I hen
begina, indeed, the bullion omnium orn tie,
which some philosophers, observing to he ow
...natural instead of the abusive state of inam
',' And the forehorse of this frighitu! team is pub.-
oak debt. Taxation foilowe that, and in its train,
Aron story..--If the' fashionable youtig la.
. .aies of the'day'wotad take example atter a beau.
441 and amiiible acquainted with, perehaner
: many a merchant now in stra:ghtened eireuin
. stances might, after the storm kover, bless the
fate that made him the parent of-so considerate
' 'Father I want twenty dollars for Shopping to
day,' said as she entered the counting
.1offiee of her father. -
'Really. my eve,' replied the goodnatured
. inan 'havezot the monepin the de4k, and I
would not like to draw a check.'
Can't you send and borrow it' said she ims
,tZio, childlimos borrowed and borrowed
I am tired; and I havabeevy'vespoosibili
teclaý aticb will drive me the Otte
kAomever.told me or this berme.'
Ain't think,it noces,ary,my child,
4,7s,,Arottet ray 'mines'. What
ti ce in need of every emit, lky .-
-Then, Father, I shall never bonnie yonun
til you let nee know gnu you have extricated
yourself from your cl,fficulties. will stay at
home, .fur I have laid in icy 1411 aid winter
dresses and shall need nothing until next
'I ea in need or every cent, Iv child.' ..- - , -!För the Dernorret. '
-Then, Father, I shall never tiouole yowun- TUE DOX,ZR LYCEUM. .-,
tit you let nawknow giatiou have extricated
Meettre EtatOti,--Titt Itutli or the
yourself from your cIfficultien -I will stay at astern, that viinosekdge .is rower, le
home, fur I have laid in my tall aid winter reeetoteeely exemplified by- all elatietta,
dresses and shall need nothing unfit:next and fu every depot Imint, orsociety; and
spring.'ilal Clipper. - .- ' . ' ' hance.the neceseity of a general din
- . mon of knowledge,throughout the coal.
-. Conscience.--When or: mati'd con- munity to secure the maititainance of
science begins to get .hard, it does it tha I equality and balance of power, es
filetertnau any thing in nature; it is I mind to the reservation of liberty.' li
'may vay, like the boiling of se egg; it is is true. mere physical' power, wielded
, very cleartifirst, but ee soon as it gete bf number. in. circurnatacces, SUMO.
cloudy, one minute more and you may times breaks away from, the.. restraint
cut it with a knife. , . and'subserviency in which it is usually
held, by the influence of enlightened
The male money maker Id severely rebuked
ressomoyet, even then, 5011113 -master
in the Ibliolving. extract trom an addren ce
spirit of more high attainments usually
"Leisure-;iti use and abuses," by the , Kiri,
, . - "rides on the whirlwind and directs the
storm,".to the accompliehment . of its
"If there be one who has no higher atthi.
tion than to be miners man efbusinegs, a mere own sinister purpose.; and there suc
slave of men'a.bodily tiecesitiea, a mere idola. ceede a yielding to theiewer of koowl
tor of his own purse, to have his fife but a thing edge, a final resignation of thirphysica
, of cotton bags and tobacco hogsheads, drug- energies to the guidanue of intellect,and
getwand dowlassea, madder and filmic, totvn
a soubmiesion to the supremacy of intel
, lots, bank stock and exchanges, his mind like
' the advertising side ors daily gazette, or the ligence. The aristocracy of learning,
weekly price curreut. the sod alibi life Ali- and even of wealth, will, therelere, ul.
balance shoat alms ledger, and who estimates timately predominate ins a comMunity,
his worth by the dollars end cents which, re. where the maks ef education are neg
main 40114 credit, who would chows rot his lected, abd the few only intereet. thein
immortality one eternal Wall street, and give selves in the matter of providing and
up a crown ofglory to be celled the. bust man using the means to facilitate the acqui
upon thange'--lf there be such an one', he may Rion of knowledge. In such a corn.
dispise those moments ofteisure which business inanity, too, there will, sooner or late
spairs, waste them in a einful sleep, lounge be exhibeted the ittequality of casts, r
them away in vapid amuaements, dawdlo over different grades in the cleanses of omelet ,
ephemeral magazines or newspaper reports of and the power oi the few over the ma
police causes or shocking accidents, squabble be sees and ftli. It is the very natu
in- the ow area, of party politim, exhaust his of things it should be so; and being so f
breath in blowing up every bubble of popular necessity ignorance may w611 . be a - '
exeiternent, lisp idte 'gallantries in ladies' ears. vited, that eithough backed by the for
who in their 'wets despise such emptiness, and of numbers, it Call never ultimately tr ,
but tolerate the Amin they do a pet dog or a umph ovet knowledge le a tautest' f '
parrot, for wain of better company; or perhaps SUpremacy.
do worse, in- vulgar debauchenea., Ile ruay The demagogue or shsm-patriot tna
despise !cilium and de waste it, but he moat take aeettrus It to be other wiseon loukiii
the consequence in this world and the next. about for means to gratify the low tim- ,
A mere-meehine 1 a mere matt of buginess I baton of raising a mob or beading epar- 1
Who would be contekt with such a designation? ty; and they may appeal In . the wawa 1
What respect can any one tkol tor Weil a char- word,e of hypocriticel cant,to the Ishor- 1
sctert All he gots from the world it the urea.
it diming worth so much-dross, or a little raw.
!ling servility from'ihose who wish iti borrow of
him or owe him alreieff."
flu mut wows Werra. cottopornyonust be
attentive to- what sty le is most proper. The 1
scholastic should never be used but in select
company uflegrued men: ,The didactic should
seldom' be used, and then only by judicious. 1
aged Perrions, or sho'soi, whe are eminent fro 1)1..1
ety Or wisdom. Vo style is inore extensively
aec'eptable their the narrative, because this does
, s .
not carry ea tur ot superiority Over the rest, oi
the -company,; and ..therefure is must likely to
please them , Air ,thit iurposo Ave should store
our mcmory wtth shrift anecdves and entertain
tug dior;O cac:y one listens
with eagerness trrextemporary history.
ty often co-opatee.with curiosity, for he that is
a hearer in on place; wishes to qualify-himself
to be a principal speaker in some inferior com
pany, and therefore moire attentiots is-given ' to
narratives then any 'thing else in conversation.
it is true, indeed, that sallies of wit and quick
repliea, are very pleasing convetaation, lout
they frequently tend to raise envy in soMe of
the company , but the narrative way neither
raises this nor any other evil passion, but keeps
all the company noddy upon an equality, and it
pidiLiously managed, will at once entertain ana
improve Mem ail.:Lord Chesterfield.
The Cincinnati Chronicet of December 12th '
"flie market mires fur hogs have not yet been
e-tablislierl. They come in very slowlyonly
shout 11,000 have been cut up to last evening, 1
and only about 2,000 in the pens,.Last year, I
by this time, Norm 60.000 Were' cut. Of the 11.
000 110W ( illy about 2000 luive been snick'
a all prices, from $3 to 4mostly at ,$3 50and
tinder. The regular packers have lint yet corn.
thenced buy ingolieriog but $3and the drovers I
le vet seem miwillit g take Imes titan $3,50;
.,1 some -ask $4. We Mc inn to the apihion
that $3,25 to.3,50, would be freely taken by Ms
drovers. Dot -our packer& do But consider it
safe tu invest at these prices. This breach be.
tween the packer& and drovere, is the (muse of
the bogs being kept back so late. But it is be
leiyed there wilt not be as many -hogs cut here,
ibis KNIS011 as late, by at least one halt., Whe
ther the stnek of the whole country is ehort
-his ratio, cannot TIOW be deterniined. The
stock is represented as very large and fine intim
far west, and selling at 82,50 pet 100 lbs. Den
which fact must he considered .11 those in
vesting here. Our readers may rely upon this
information am tieing torrect, as we have taken
,great 12tittiti t.i Irtve it so.'
.1r thit BM& ItricrIrrn Mamma of a pingo
reduced the price of pork to $3 and $4 in Ohio,
can the arithmetical federalists teil us what it
was that reduced it to $2,50 Indians and Ill
inois. where state Paoks and whiggerry have
had their surfeit of bank paper without any ra.
rttictions or rerorms 7 - Can -any federalist arei
swer tie this question 7 Will any one attempt to
answer it? Colunibus Stateaman.
THE PATROON WAR.
The gleam "Neptune, at New.Oileans, brings two citmenp. When have 1 done 'hid
Houlton papers' to the nth zit. No further par
ticularwhad been received rehrding the Otte of !lave I mentioned names I it- he hag ap
Matamoros, nr the progress of Federalism in plied the deerent pails or the play to
Mexico. The Testis Congress was in session. hill flienfie If he has divided the spoil&
hitt Rt the &de of the latest riper therresidem's among,i them. I have no objection,. he
Message was not received at Houston. It . . 2 .J -- - - I L - - - - - -- --
as just come I W. Ng not puhlished at Austin some dors eller its le the best i.udge, and he must ember
cti)-pini with' delivery: The eoun crop of Talmo, in Meted. In lite friends for any tandem in ihe
would be very abundant and now that n 1 1.tation
ory awkward rot ... , ;nin Art....a L 1111:0 e)11
1- be -
. -, or the ilemeerst. ' : contented 140t. Of tagrobts, Paying upon 1
TUE DOIM.1, LYCEUM. .-, . and destroying the life of any buoy pql- 1
Messra Editota,Tlit truth or the tie, or eticlesolabtic, woo'd dare con
Allem, that qinowkdge . is Power,' lb trOVeti 'tett povitions. Why Inch crea '
mottelearly exemplified by- all elaseee, tures, Messrs Editorsore reckless out
and tu every daps' talent, oreociety; sae lawe,waiting for the auwpicious moment
hence the necessity or a general deo- when by their slanderous tongues whet
mon of knowledge,throughout the coal., ted with Geedieb eavy, they may drag
munity to secure the meintainance of down the respectable and truly s;noere
tha t equality and balance of powers es- members to their own degraded level,
sential to the reservation of libanyi, it and become the dignitanes of the
is true. mere physical' power, wielded Chureb on their 'Moat and bled some ol
b, number. in. circurnotacces, SOlnew the dignitaried are sometimes in the
times breaks away from, thadestraint plot with these wretches.
andeubserviency in which it is usually There is another priociples -amongst I
held, by the influence of enlightened these whilewaslied IePsidire8, which his
1 reasomeyet, even then, 90ine 'MOW not-In:en oVerlooked, viz. that, vibes
spirit of more high attainments usually they pass within thettale of the Church,
"rides on the whirlwind and directs the any comment upon their conduct join
, storm," to the accompliehment . of its religioue. Axe they rite to be reached,
' own sinister purpostij and there sue- MessreEditors, by moral rebuke, when
, ceeds a yielding to thepower of know! they. deserset it" -Ate they sainted,
' edge, a final resignation of thrphysice when they profestiReligion T Are they
energies to the guidance of intellect,and priveliged to tray, "Who dare arraign
a eubmiesion to the supremacy of intel- me at the bar of public opinion for any
ligence. The aristocracy of learning, misconduct, Itowever .egregrioue I -Let
,and even ol wealth, will, therefore, ul- metell you 'Cititten,' public opinion
timately predominate ins a cominunity, has that privilege and ehe will enjoy it.
where the meaksofeducation are neg- "Cilizen' spopke of 'inquisittone hie
lected, and the few only interest, them. crew, tf dray bad the power, would butel
selves in the matter of providing and rep attpages of history, in cruelties,
using the means to facilitate the acqui- and eaint a Nero--Well might his I.
Rion of knowledge. In such a corn,. grand 'Inquisitor' say:
muoity, ton, there will, sooner or late ., "With what vile tools
lay or'save I This creature
be exhibeted the inequality of casts, ( 411):e? !!
aPervailuita. dlouble treadon,now will earn'
different grades in the classes ofsociet , Itewares and henore,and be stamp'd in
and the power ol the few ot er the ma -,, story ,
be sees and Alt. It is the very natu With the geese in the Capital vitich gabbled
of things it ehould be so; and being so f .
. rill Rome avvoke'
necessity ignorance may wall . be a and were I permitted to pay a compli
vited, that anholigh backed by the for meat to his abilities as grand master , ,of
ezied persecution, I, thed;c1 ;moat ,,
of numbers, it Call never ultimately tr Ill'Ire
umph ovet knowledge io a touter,' f us inedly trey , ,,
,And lye the nbald, whom II see aniongst you, I
supremacy. ' fit judgein such tribunal l' :
The demagogue or shsm-patriot ma - it
...et to tilt characters ol the play,
toccupation'e'gone.' slaga,one 4
amine it to be otherwiecon loukiii .0dg!
about for means to gratify the low am- of thedignitanes, has supplantedhim in 1
Winn of raising a mob or heading apar- hi,s menial office, Ilia character.,haa j
ty; and they may appeal in the wawa recentiy done inoi e justice to hie patron;
words of hypocriticel cant,to the 'Isbot- he wee not painted to life in mylast,
ing classee,' to the farmere, as 'the bone: d I
, . ., . tan eet some good honest Christian t
the. e, liy way of reriponae, moy ate
ii down; but it will une again to pow r,
excrpt the "laboring elbssiii"oliall litte
bo improved die moans of education, t
Le have become rimmed of an equal I
greater amount of intelligence; wit
which, aa a superincurribtot weight,:
peso it to the earth. The law ol li
cossity has ordained that knowledge et post
shah cea,tsce;and the law Necessity mum
broken. . fl'his, then, ehould he, es first Ipin
eiptes, inculcated upen,the working ohne .
aud upoo ail classes. thut the only sure roadu
power,distinetion and coneideration in the com
munity and in the government, le through th
WO of means provided for the obtainment o
knowledgethat to keep down the growth e
aristocrac),and preserve liberty iu equality,the
must possess ialowledgethat to held the pow
er over beery so es' to make it solmerrient ti
their own happiness as well as the greatest goo ii
of the greatest numb'er.they must possess know
edgefind that those are to be trusted as the rea
patriots and, benefactors o' he sge who have I
bored, and do labor, to nurtere and invigerat
the public niind, by perfecting and extending
system of educatiou evadable to the kreat nius
or ihe people. To such the popu fir mind ir,
inflate flir tl at ,eive cutest' o :lie toutðainui
knowledge. which is forniahed by the commot
echos hthe Stanley school, the vilage and S'und
day school library ;the village lyceum,and week
ly newspaper. .
But, gentlemen do you' impatiently -inquire,
'what relation basalt this to the sobject announ
ced at the head 011ie article I' I answer, per
haps much, perpaps Ilitteas lett or your read.
ere may apply ift or, as I mysed may endarreo
to show, if allowed to do in another, What I
intended lo do-in this article, say something, t.
'the brim and sinew,Nite- elite of politinal pee
er,' and 'the right ami of government.' recoil'.
rnendetory of the Dover LyceumAn institu
tion, which, I here will barely bint,-deservert
more than it recieves if their patronage and!
atterifien. 1 am not 'however, the first wise's.,
cre, who lursoshansted his stock of trueisms,ie
getting tip an introfiottion, and been compel4
to plead 'want of room.' as aP excuse .1.0r tht
0111.111N.1011 of the Main subject, 'for forth' rem.
sideration' :ea til:In opportunity to replenish hie
stock of ideas, ANON.' :
One werd more. Aro theladies of D'Wor,. '
mind TI from its meetings. by rule of the ty;.
teem 1 I could not but reflect with how much!
more zeal end pathos 'lie advocates of the ore.'
dominating influence of female'', hatis Weeded
theircause in the .discussion of shit quesnor..,
bad the arch sinties and improving nods of asma
nit of' the far ones, quickened the impolite a(
thought, end inspired their 'works with the elo,
quenco of feeling. . , A. t
and sinew of the country,' to the "4 may imar,the odium of his chareeter,4
ebonies, as 'the. elito of politicel rbwer,' i; will draw the outlines of this intriguing
god to the merchants, 88 148 slight aim, personage. He is one of your ,plausi..
of the goserment"to rise, in 'the ble, smooth faced creatures, his out
strength of numbers, vete down, the sit, ward man manifeeting a disposition to
istocracy, and assume the prerogativef :be 'a It on to allmen' for policy's mike,
s hich belting to educated minds, midi' d Only when well entreached ond out
I, 1110 I
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had their surfeit of brink paper without any re.. For the Democrat. ever , -
rtrictinns or rerorms 7 Can -any federalist IMO (ilamlet.).-Itow now 1 a rat? (Draws) , We leave him to himself. that !owes depth, :
swer no this question 7 Will any one attempt to Dead for a ducat, dead Of human baseness. Pardon is for tuen,
- ; ' And nut for reptiles-.We have none for--
answer it? Colunibus Stateaman. (Hamlet makes a pass through the arras) ' , And no resentment; things like his mind sting,
------ ------ ' Pol. (Benind) 01 I stn slain . .fi. P And higher beings beef; 'tie the charter'
THE PATROON WAR. (fells and dies) , , ,
, Of LifeThe nian who dies by the adders fang
The N, V. Courier and Enqiiirer Jilted the It The alv,ve quotation ie truly ITO. May have t., e crawler crushed, but feels no lin.
Dec., after publishing tilt official orders fbr the cable to the 'Citizen' and hie low COW' gel; '
Twas the worm's nature; and some 'Mel) are
militia to turn mit, to aid in eustaining the laws ' templible confoderatce, who have beeti
; 4 worms,
in Albany county, now gotta defiance by a por. situggling to go "unwhipt of jiretire;
tion of the tenants of the tate S. Van 'Remise,- and 1 ampleased to see that th3 allot .
ia soul,more than thc living thingi ni. Tombs."
A LOVELL &c.
acr, says the Sheriff of Albany would on Mon. beg been eati.faelorily acknowledged ia .. -
week. Ta .
day make another attempt, under the escort of their viliated ejectir n. of last , CONGKESSIONAL NEW$.
one hundred and filly men beionging to the Al- u 4, hunter'a Orem '1 shot at a peel Tho '0 hd'e Of Monday Waa occupied
hany uniform companiell, to serve the Process. which May occount ror their b.raritated rby .the "lionee"-in a debate relative to
Should he be nettle molested, erderm would no tt. nd agonized onathema& They
doubt rear IN York in the course rif yesterday I speak . the properly of reading the testiniony in
, vo tune& confirmuig this eable com4 !favour of the &muslin niembers for
for troops to move to the scene ofdistubancest i
plesion, billingsgate sant ote in the affirm -
when, beyond all question the st.premacy of the
kiple will be maintaned at nary hazard. ' ribaldry itanding forth in bold relief tipi tive finally taken, 106 to 101, the New
iments end I,Neiv Jetr.ey. rind a . a
ped ofTwith a Religinua front. ,--. ' Jersy member, remaining neuter s hen
'------' -; 71,'",'''',- t E X A 84 ii A ' i,- ....,;,., ma. matin A rtPt that ran.
pod ofTwith a Religinue front. ,, Jerey member remaining neuter hen
E X A El
6ettimen' I have witailed retnee.,1 tha eett,ion made. After the fen.
r - ,
'Cltizen' pays I I-lave aqsailad re$per tha (unman was mode. After the rea
I 8ereie .vva
would be very ebundani, and now that soli. eptilitstion
grants are pouring into the eountry by ton or The sentiments in Lover Ist, could, neve. ,
of vies., will he priek you, with.his.steel.
Ilsys gooe fiy, I had themost ithpli
cit.colifidence in his religious zeal,' bill
his case stands parallel with the black
bird, lien the negro spied him ie hip
mastees-cornfield, fetched Ain a Itee, &
said, "you britck critter, you sing. psalin
and lamentation, eh! and at de same
time you got de debit in do heart, yoU
atter -,niassa's coin.' lie may palm
wawa upon the community as a. titular
saint, for aught I care, bat he bas 'that
sanctimonious air, the' fac-sinille of
des,. when at the last supper,- he said,
Is it I, Lord 1"enough of !ago, I am
sorry be stoops to do The 14lirty work'
fur the moagreletew- 7 , ,
'Little fidget' is still living,though be
does not crowd inuefi upon community;
his soul has great play upon a small
piece of ground. The self opinionated
Literary biou, overtops the corn.,
munity and figures with his duck gun,
which having a smill calibre, and bar.
rel, throws the shot clout and reaches
only :he game in sight if I mistake
not it is a patent barrel, 60 loads to the
minute; it will prove:expensive on ac
coat of the quantity of ammunition nee.
essery, unlet,e he has a factory of his
own; but have my objections to those
pa,ent firearms at any rate, for they car
ry more powtivr then lead.
, "Ca zen,' Messrs Editors, is still hit.
mil on "dirty work" by lag, and him
who flames on the Blank pages of historic
bore, did yeti say, histrionic too. friend? we I
letit go, and if the plays are again introduced,
we may look for Comedy, olden the patent bar.,
fell direeted this way, which may make 11.e
finale a little tragical.
,"Cit zen" may think he can screen hirnself
front the public eyo, but he is grossly deceived;
for Justice Shallow uppers chagrined, and wri
thing under some reoent wound. had hopes ,
that wli he attached himself to the Church, he
.vould atone for his gross Rouse (nig betters,
whom he acsallediwilhoutprovocation. Imt he
Itimselfto do the"dirty worle'v,
he does up in s sty le becoming his servile taste.
Thn t Boxes have weighed his merits,
Ishii we will leave him to his littleness.
'Survey the mostly mew, aud we may err it
dividucly reach, , ,
"Nougat efgood ran come from such a noire,
Nor would.we; aught with him, nor now, nor
We letrvehim to himself. that !owes depth,:
Of human baseness. Pardon is for men, ,
And not for reptilesWe have none for--
And no resentment; things like his must sting,
And higher beings beef; 'tie the charter'
Of LifeThe nian who dies by the adders fang
May have e crawler crushed, but feels no lin.
Twas the worm's nature; and some 'Mel) are
la soul,more than the living thingi of Tombs."
,, A LOVER. &c.
ditig of all the document& on file, the
House adjeurned to Tuesday at 12
IN .SENATil ,
, ,Mat.ars. Allen and Wrigh were epw
pointed a committee to inform Pri.
Went of the United States that the
8er ale laaa ready for Esccutke hullo
',It, If you sre I iimusende gitiines7 wee ex pe-et.e-d to"; el vïv'e'ilui'llea": Tne sentimenta m boyar Jer, coma , utnr. :mbory .c
Globe. kons Wag reclected
day. All fieknees bad entirely diseprwered. not be condemned by any reepeclablet 51
' member of any church; none but s di-. Smuttily, Siorlien Haight sorjant-st.
arms, tied Air. B, ea:I aneissieet, ,:,dooc 4;elivenedt theec000ldr opffissAces.tarsio:w.Tsinshazono.lanomfooloalte7etiiitowltwodeirremi,
: Mr. Tappan otrered s revolution re-1 ber. IA
latise to permitting aged officer id the Tito Senate this mornittg trensmitted ii wee
of commiosioners to- determine chime
against the 'United States.1
Innoodamommo PV:OVtheetiltke611143eleeaditiOenndOirMnt t V, ir em ort 171
these word : 'unless the people immediately in
dr - lammed in the due execution of ouch office, trua
. or appointment of honer, shall so direct.' -
sego to the House, announcing that they hat
ernIteliroutbrbeeortin ohiaginfiptiaoyd.- bio--..in, fl-ti'on ;Ili teinognt et od
of bringing in,a bill to eetablibb a board Assembly Ao o
.r. . IN SENAl'E. Mr Harrison movsd that the House remit
fro 'it ndment, and the yeas and nays be.
- TUE8DAT ÐeCOMbe! 10, 1839. ingmdstmeataidniesd, the motion was thsagreed to.
Mr. ALLEN, from the committee As follows yeas 94 nays 40. .' .7 .
Appointed 'to' wait upon the Presidents' The Bank Commissioners made their rePrm
repor ted that bad perfonied that dittyt: to the Legislaturet WI 'the alcming of the. Will
and the Preeident informed them that be Ðeceniher.
had communications of an Emmaus. ' Ws find the following in thegepUblican Hen
cheraeter.te make. .. . aid, printed m Prpvidence 2 . , . -.., ..
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Resignatioa.--We asrehinformed that a Pro
Tuoaday,, Dec. IQ, Iti39. fs'etsastoo.r oult: IslommeDinsuitnettays line moctithisourfaancreitfilttitmir rhinago
At . 12 ci,clock, the Cbair called the recently resigned his office, giving es a reason
House tolordoe. Dr Duncan, who wae that onelinrdoll rail sirtdudsoknetsptiinmthearldhninhiewtoseret
entitled to Ihn :floor. not being in,. his mPlticie
dospeptic.' ', ' . . . , . - !, ,
seat at the time, :NIL...Wise conidien
eed the exercise ot his 4generalship' and THE CLO VEN FOOT A 61 N IN.
stela his intention of sioxing the pm- ...6,Whito the heart is- fulI of .At t,., the
views queetion, viz. that.the members of mouth is fnll of lies.' The Advocate
, New Jersey,- holdiag the governor's of last week,la prees as Gott:Hi-ens for
,tertificate, wore entitled to their seats. prostitution as its proPrietor is for ram..
1, . , Dr. DUNCAN, woon eijer wards ap- al.debauetiery,). brought In - our , mind
-peered in his seat, aud put a queetioa of the foregoing adage, by the wilful mill..
:order to the chair. , ''' . representation, 5nd budget Of falsehoods
. it attempts to palm upon the good pee
CAN L. DOVER. 01110;
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1829.
We ere ;Indebted to-the lion. D. I
Leadbetter- our Representative in Corp.
gress, ter 'Iurn4hhing , docu.
Wa ate aloe indebted to Col: John
Brady, of the State Senate, tor topiOs
fain State Auditor and Treasurer's
Report, and annual report of the, Ohio
We are under peculiar obligations to
the Editor of the Statesman, for the
prenitnees with which his paper is formar-ded
, - .
POST6CRIPT,-By a letter from
the Hon. D P Leadbetter, dated Wash
ington, Saturday nightt Dec. 141b. we
learn that the HOLM had by a majority
of 5 excluded the New Jersey members
from voting - in iiii4organization. No
Message yet. We have received the
following Balloting for Skakert
Dem. John W. Jones, 1st. ballot 113
2d,113, 3d, 110, 4th, 101.
Fed. John Bell. Ist,ballet,102, 2d,99
3d, 1, 4th, -
Fed. W. C. Dawson, lat, ballot11
2d,11 3d, 103, 4th 77,
Null. P.W .Pickene, lat-ballot, 5;
2d .5, titt 7, 4th S.
Null. Dixon H Lewis, lst ballot, 3,
2d 5, 3d 9, 4th 14.
lst ballot 1,2(12, 3d 7,
Hunter, 4th ballot 2
Necessary to a choice tia, ,
A FEW WORDS 'CO OCR DEMOCRAC,
It cannot be doubted 'het one of themain causes
of the recent and repeated triumphs of princi
ple in the 'Queen of the West' is tobe found in
tho increased number and circulation of,Demo.
cratic papers. We !idly believe' that nothing
but the comparetive want or Democratic bun
fiats pievented this state from declaring in fa.
vour of Martin Van Duren, in 1836. We are
equally confident that this Stele can never be
won back to the embraces of Fedora Whiggerv.z
ry so tong as the Democratic Press fearlessly
discharges its ditty, and the patty sustains its
press in this effort. 1Ve therefore hold it to be
tho bounden duty of every true Democrat to aid
in every way possible the establishinent twid
circulation of Odumeratic papers; We have on
our own side numeroue spinted, zeelous and ef
ficient advocates of popular rights. Alinost ev
ery county boasts a good Dernocistio paper.
Let ev,ry ens who is friendly to the cause ern,
principles we advocate. Which is to dissemi
nate correct information. And there is no denim
the principles and sentiments advocated by the
republicamnarty are the most congenial for the
Democraq.of numbers,. and the good of the
whole Country. Wesvould adviseour friends
in this county to exert themselves, and usetheir
;nfittence to extend,the circulation of our paper
so that correct information, may be eireulated
ma ong our Detnocratic friends in 'Old Tuscura..
was.' For the great campaign has akeady corn.
menced,and every matt of judgment end inteli
genet must be aware, what we have to content
again'. Our opponents will use every stratagem
in their power to get up an excitement and to de.
feat the popular measures of the Government,
'all we ask for is truth.
'The subseriptiou price seidem exceed:two
dollars, and how trifling an amount is this, cein.
pared with the return each man receives in the
weefitv sunimary of intelligence from ail quer.
term, in the incressed efficacy thee import..
ed to the Detnocratic pronto- If Me friends of
the good cause will generally aet upon this imp
gestion, aild exert their personal influence in
procuring subscribers far Democratic papers,
they wilt reap an ninple reward for their pains
in steadily increasing Demometie majorities in
the State of Ohio. We say then, to Mil trite
Denincrets -subscribe yourself to a dernocranic
paper, and then see Mat your neighbor rims and
dr.es tiliewise. You will thus aid et the time
14110 the great objects ere Free People.'
VIE MORMONS.-- The West.chester Vil
loge Itecord says. The Mortnens are holding a
1 protracted meeting 'at the Nantmeal Seminary.
in this enunty. We undendand that about for
ty members have been baptized in ail.
IrrTlie co lllll sunientiuli of 'ectio.inext eek
in answer to Tobiatt,'
It is with pleasure we reeeive this
ootnmumeation. It 'thews c epirit of resentment
And independence among the Females of thin
cemmunity, which must he approved a by all
highitanded and lionoqable individuate.
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- - - - -
JUR' ea ow paper was going id Pres wit re..
viiired the Ohio Staimiinan, of die 1701 De:.terne
ber. t,rn - ,
The Senate this morithig transmitted a mes
sage to the House, armouncing dial they had
disagreed to the litiliso minendinent to the redo.
lotion, to prevent the election of imunbers ot the
Assembly to office.- The amendment woe in
these word : 'unless tile people immediately in
mrcated in the due execution ofeuch office, trust
or appointment of honer, shall so direct.'
Harrison 'moved that the House recede
from the amendment, and the yeas and nays be
ing demanded, the motion was disagreed to.
As follows yeas 94 nays 40.
The Bank Commlbsionen, mide their report
to the Legislature, ma the Jac:ming of the iffih
dW, perifisitiedd tatherforpthviwideinnceg iotsbegeplublician
'Resignatioa.--We are informed that a Pro
fessor of the Divinity Schools of neighboring
State, of some note as an author and editor. has
recently resigned his office, giving as a moon--
that onethird of the students in the school were
mystics, another third skeptics, and the test
dispeptie , ,
ple of this county, in relation Co, the -con
tested members from New Jersey.
What a blessing it ie, that the editor le
known; what a blessing it is that the
intelligent portion of this community.'
poems other means of obtaining .itifor.
mation, than threugb the columns of the
AdvocateBut milliner in .whiett
this libertine attaeke the -Vox poputi, ex
ceeds any thing We have been breathed
forth by the Federal prem., debased
as they genets-11y ate. He says: "the
county clerks threw the township aside,
On account of thd British and alien votes
polled contrary- to , law.' Pray, Mr
Father flies, where did you get: your
information ? for your own party admit
twhehreerew et breennowforraeu diubleesnet rr.oBter eiti Loi I laeldia.
Aliens?' They were only. the brew.
ings of your distempered imagination,
probably some faint shadows of olden
time. when your .own vote was. boueit
for a Om of greg, and "Polled cope
trary to 11,0- . : 1,..
The truth is, well known, and need
scascely be repeated, that the 4Whigt,
Governor, gave'. his five aisociate
"Whigs," each certificate of elecrion,
before receiving the 11111 relents; bebe.
ing aware, that those tewns which were
not yet returned, Would torn the beak).
We: leave it to, every candid mind,
whether it was not a flagrant violation
of all lase, eld the constitution ,s'f Ilte'
State, for this Governor.' (Penningion,)
In offer a curtata of election.-- Wore
an the returns welt in t time. ettenipting
to break down thet9ice of the pvitpte;
by a minority.: Ourt;tnees however,
is tiot to go into the its of the case,
but merely to give.' wariaing
gainei putting any, relian 'on what.,iiiito
Cloven footed editor may realer say
respectiniour national ,for "show
me a liar, eedI'll show you Thiel."!
Berset-----sa uNTo CiEb011, T TH;N7
THAT ARg eiE;OR'S.
i le now no longer. a matter o doubt,
that the "sot o nose' convention at Hai...!
risburg, have nominated as a
date for the Presidency. no less aver
tvonage than General -William Henry.
Harrison. e'erk of the couoty coutt, that
Hero of North Bend, Tippecanee. and
a hundred other battles, end Professor
of Tederal Whiggety, ubolitionmwt
malgamatinn. conservative antitnesonia
striped piggery,..Fellow uf the "wet
and dry, home tied foreign. missionary
sociely.Hoontitry member , of the
hunk ridden- panic ettickensoo princi7
ple cietv, and Secratttry to the flato
up rag enil and bobtail minority petty..
VG. hope all the whig fandanguth
who intend to phsce the. decetit4' cows
titdate's native ut the head of their ctit,!...
ommovill Ott on the "fot,er.7 , 7
At a Democrat meeting convened at tho hones
of Mr. Tucker in Dover; ots the evening !Idle
I9th December. ' -
The fuliniving de'ogrtes were appointed te
represent Dover towpship, in the county Con
Idiot' 10 ho hold al New Phlooklabta, eri the
21th day ef December. Dr. F.. MtMeal. Mr.
MosolY, H. Hills H. Torrey. -t
riThe Menttnr, of the Dover Lyceum are
respectfully requested to attend at the School -
House on Saturday evening. ,
Its an Ad sexing. that the darkest hme
jest befire day.--Mass. Gazette.
ite an otd saying, that empty veseete
make the griateet bound.' Eh Dr.
We been the Tine
cratieeditora generally will pntitieh the
Message entire.' , There ehnuld be no
Inppirig ofrof ,sentenerte, nod nalmilrf
eltireetwon the penple for the resort
itself. A thing done tip in that waý,,is
no more the Govetnor'a Message, than ,
twenty five collo ' a , dollar." Doh.
What it; there in the Meesage,that pleas
es ;nu 'Pat,' come, Speak out. no shuf
fling behind the 'kerma): It it hpraose
the Governor gives the number of your
old aseeciates,that are now in the pen.
itentiory ? Is it because he goes in 'ler
making 'Stock holdere ? or is it ,
because yedwieh to get back seine teat
subectiliers I' But 'the Meseage jot no
more the Governor's , messege,' then
25 cte is 0,00." What a eimilie
Sprig wo try; well,. A-. jack ass,--ia)to
inure lilte jeckaes than yon are.,
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