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CANAL DOVER,TUSCARAWAS COUNTY, 01110) CCTOBER 3n, 1840
OLUMEZ , , NUMBER 62i.
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NVIIAT HAS CAUSED THIS GREAT
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- 4 & Natalia.
Tuna...110e Pig's tail curled btu!: 12;
Whitt bee flawed this great commotioni
.j thitatountra tbronqh
1;t its the ball a rolling on
'CatdastTippocanot aad coon skins tooTip
pecanoe and coon akin' too ;
,And we ;hall elect little Iran,,yan,Van;
, Van id id re-elected man, , ,
1' And we 'balk elect title Van.,,
Withoill dui aid o Coons and barrels, barrels
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-' 1.0u it will go, .
And in its cutotawidelear the way,
OtTipMer, moo nil ocieo-sitins too--Tippetta
.-k. stria ccon skitt4 t00;
1."11 nh,we '11311'11m t rano Van. Van, Van;
ye. . -,dtoocatieipriall za,- -
Aficl we shalt elect littleNao.
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Democraeyte star irri-ing, rising, rising,
Up It will go,
lAnd rat beneath its glories bright.
lAave Tippecanoe and coon-skins too: Tippeca
noe and coon skins ton, . -
And we shall elect littte Van, Van, Vans
Van is a re-elected man
And we shall elect littletVan,
The cider rizzlers are singing, singingisinging,
Yet 'tis ho
For swill the'hall is rolling on
'Gainst Tippecanoe and coon skins too-- Tippes
canoe and coon skins too;
And we shall elect little Van, Van, Van;
Van is a re-elented man,
And we shall !lent flute Van.
Democracy's boys turned out in thousands,
thousanda, thousan de,
Four yews ago:
And then as now did turn their backs
On Tippecanoe and coonskins too --Tippecab
noe and coon skins too: ,
And we shall elect title Van, Van, Van,
Van is a re-elected man
,And we shall elect tittle' Van.
Now you see the guzzlers guzzling, :guzzling,
Cider bard and blue; -
But the 'ohm and wise are taking ground
Tippecenoe and coon skins too--Tipb
tpecinoe and coon shins loot
..,2 a'A nd we bhall elect We Van, Yan,Van,
Vi:n a re-elected man,
AO we ahall elect little Van.
Let them guzzle their hard cider, cider, cider,
i -Andraise their cabins too,
"Twill only help to speed the ball
4Gainst Tippecanoe and coon skins too--Tipb
pecanoe and coon skins too;
And we shall elect little Van, Van, Van,
Van is a reelecited num.
And we siteelect little Van. ,
beamed like a ;ay of hope .irradiating r
the gloom which bung heavy upon my I
heart. A -Soddenly it eel:twirled like a i
glowing-meteor, and the ocean was il- i
luMinated with a red arid gory tinge. I
sae struck with astonishment; but at the 1
same moment an exclamation rimer). I
ded (emend aft "A ship on fire I a ship 1
on fire II end the horrid conviction was 4
alas I tee evident. In a few, minutes 1
the dupes were distinctie visible, and i
the ship was pronounced to be about 5 1
miles distant., Never before did I wit- '
nese e ch alacrity among our ' crew se 1
in the hour otparil. .The captain, and 1
every , efeer and mat) everePn dwelt im '
mediat yl and se it was impoesible for 1
Part fr.0.. to approach in efficient rime
to rescue the buffeters, before ten mins
.utes had elapsed from the period of first
'noticing the fire, every boat was in mei.
' lion towards the scene of danget. It tell
i to my lot to command the captains' gig,
la swift pulling boat with seven menseho
bent to their oars with all the might of
brave and generous emitite. As we
drew near, the destructive element ra..
ged with increarsing fury; and the
hrieka of the wretched creatures came
mingling with the ciackling of the flames
and the crash of falling masts. The
frigate had fired guns and hoisted lights,
to show them succor was at hand: and
the boat's crew occasionally cheered,to
announe that they were approaching to
their rescue. The shouts were return
ed frow the burning ship; but so wild,so
fearfuli they sounded like the expiring
yell of agony, that still clung to hope &
life. I would have dashed instantly a
long side, but the old coxswain reepect
' fully warned me of the danger of such a
measure, "as the boat,' he said owould
be insiently towamped by the croe de that
would welt into her.' We were now
within a bison distance of the veesel,and
oh I what a sight of horror was pretrea
ted i The porta were ell open, and the
flames pouring from them as from so
many mouths, seemed eager for their
prey. Numbers et poor creeturea were
swimming toward us, whilst milers held
pieces of shattered spats, with strong
convulsive veep. The for part of the
ship was nearly consumed, and the tip
per pirt abaft was rapidly falling it).
Those who could swim. we lek for oth 1
er boats to take up, and pulling under
the sterns we lay unobserved by the gun
room ports,' whits -Ilse fiery fragments
came tumbling thick about ue. True
ting to my 001 in swimming, should it
be deerned requisite to jump overboard,
I instanðy entered the port-hole; and
ihe ship having turned before the wind,
hat little sir there wati drove the
greateet pert of the make forward; yet
Ars.. v. aa almost an ineupportable heat,
end the suffocating vapors bid defiance
to niy efforts; to penetrate farther. A
feeling urged me on, and I reached the
gun room ladder at the bottom of which
ley á human being, twee sulfenngs ap
aarently wi re oven I passed my hand
quickly to 'he hesrt, to feel if ony palpi
'mien yet remained, end discovered that
the individoal was a (omelet she was yet
living and in a few momenta was safely
o the boat. Again I returned with three
4 my crew end soon had the satiates:-
on ofrescuing eight poor wretches,
sho ley in a state of insensibility, and
meet ecion have perished. Sumulated
ey boecese, we penetrated to the burning
' deck above; end never obeli forget the
bettor of the epeetaele., Mere all was
brilliancy. Several half burned and
mangled bodice 'could be dietingulahed
in the names. :k.lklear the traneom, sat a
mother with-on! infant in . her armst.
She !f. eded ma not, but chirped it clo
1 .er to her havensgave one wild shriek
,itid morel agony wee over. The in
t rant was eecuted. Numbers that re
) mained, sought tefuge in the.sea. The
, remelt) I had saved was still insensible.
s The worthy coxswain had wrapped the
I infant in hie jacket, which was now
s sweetly sleeping in the box by his side.
In the bow of the boat, a grey haired
i man exclaimed, "my son, my daughter,
, where are they I Another voice feebly
' uttered, "My tatber.' It was Sir Ed
1 - ward,e son. The female was raised in
i my at me, and I recognised my Agnes.
of these States welave beaten, it bee
been beaten, it has been only by a and,.
den, unprecedented end' unnatural in
crease in the number of Whig votere:,--
now goes the night What hae
curred is cause the shouts victory
that roll along the lines wit- otir fees 1
Hare they beatenue in Oaf otrong bolds
Ne they overpowered Id isolated
detachmest of our forces 1; No. nave
thoy conquered on outpost, and effected
a lodgement therein I senono.
Their whole uproar ie that they have
carried Delewere, Maryland, 'New Jer
oey, and Georgie. in the Congreesional
elections, end Sfill now.,,carryme Ohio
by a boudimmeatojerity,. Is this it gain?
So long es they echieve no victories but
time, we can aay !Oro welt!'
Wnat ieihe truth Ohio was their's
in 1836 end they are now carrying it by
a idcreeoed vote. Yet in 1836 we oleo
ted Mr Van Boren triumphantly. In
that election New Jersey Georgie. Ma
ryland and Deleware all voted against
Van Burenyet in that election Mr.
Van Buren wept Lis opponents like
chaff before him. But though we have
not tarried these States at the Congres.
skins! elections tbree ot them of them
are at leaot dou'btful in the Ptesidential
one. In Georgia the Congreeemen late
it c-annot be. Georgia se safe for Van ",
now ia it with Mary lend Has not
every thing cortspired to show how
shamefully we hese been defrauded of
out legal returns by a eystem of general '
fraud, buttery and corruption in that
State Not Olie vote, not one vote we
repeat, nee been lost to us in Maryland.
We have been beaten by the Mlle infa
mous means by which ingersof was
twice beaten in bis district. Ent we
have now discovered the hick, We' are
on our guard. We will not wafer our
fleiVe again to be cheated out of a 'right
. ful majority by false ' and freauduleet
vote!. Merylfind is doubtful fer Bate
risonA,44 ratnev she is eife
And Now Jersey wilt not be bet In
assert her rights. Her present majority
IA but little over a thousand, and in nev7
eral Whig counties we did not even go
, to the pone. But in November every
man will come forth. The difference
will redeem her. 7'here will be only
one questiou then before the people,and
they will speak out for the truth in tones
of thunder, We cannot traverse the
whole elate to eetablish what we say;
but we will name one county as an ex
ample of the rest. It is Atlantic, set
down se giving 24 on the Congreseion
al ticket, when she polled a majority of
from 400 to 500 on the !oral iiekets.and
will in November give, as she &wave
hart, from 200 to aoo for Om ',Huse oftle
mocracv. is not all wall in NsIv Jer
sey? We count on her yet; We count
on her confidently.
But whet awe lose them all We
are still unbroken. Thank God ! old
Penneylvania never yet deserted her
standard in the hour of need The title
of battle ever fell shauered ff OM her '
front. Like the white puns of Henry
the Fourth of France, her banner has
always floated in the hottest of the coo
filet: a rallying point in moments of &-
teat, a leader to unerring vietory. The
battle of Marengo was on the point of
being loot, and battalion en battalion of
the French were flying froni the field,
when one detalchment alone, stopped
the career of the Austrians, and form
ing a nucleus for the Republicans to salt
ly around. ultimatey wen the day. We
are not like the French in full retreat; on
ly a few out guards have been driven in;
but we have stopped the career of viers..
ry with Pennsylvania.' We will make
it a Marengo for our foes. Let the old
Keystone be the rallying point; het ea
gles shall never fall into the hands alter
foes; and if New York, Virgsnia and
the ether democratic States do their du.,
ty, se she doee here, the country will be
safe. , To say they will not do st, is to
slander their patriotism. A gain we ley
ly elected ITO Si Ott 11111 falrely affirm' edg 1 the black man,but still he was not exactly what
wanted. So he tried Onee more, and made
Whigs. in every cardinal feature or hi7 :hits 1111111 ; and tilen he was satisfied.
their policythe new members ate,pled tYoue e therefore, that you were made
ged to oppose thews. They are hostile' Not, an'd that is reaaon I call you my youngest
to a national Bank ...Ai terif4 and meet
When the Great Spirit had mode the three
of the other measures of Clay and Web.. I
men, he called them together and showed them
ate,. But Hilffina hats identified him
r en I thy( e boles. The first wai filled with books,
self with these doctrines; and how n I and maps, and papers; the second with bows
can the people ot Georgia. by amiss, i and arrows, knitteo and tomahawks; the third
1 with spades, axes, hoes, and hammers. "These
Ong him,recent their favorite principled
my sons," said he, "are the means by which
it cannot be. Georgia se sale for Van ' you we to live; chootte among thew according
. .. .. .. . i. ... . 45 rgit fancY '
Ttte white man being the favorite, had the
first 4toiee. Ile passed by the box of working
tools without notice; but when he came to the
we 01111 for war and hunting, he stopped and
loo harti at them. The red man trembled,
for had set his heart upon that box. The
wh man, however, tiller looking upon it for
a ni meet, passed on, and chose the box of
boo , and papers. The red man's turn came
nee and you may be sure be aeized svith joy
upo the bows and arrows and tomahawks.
Aa , ihe bleat man, he had no choice left. but
to p up with the box of tools. .6.
. F this it is clear that the Great Spirit in.'
ten ft ths white man should leave to read and
wri to understand all about the moon and
star make every thincevoirrture and
-iThat, this tad shotiftl.14,e kos.
. F this it is clear that the Weal Mpirit
ten it the white man should learn to read and
wri understand all about the moon and
star make every thing,l-volirrum end,
Lthist, lbw voil rued abistitit'T.4, at,"
ilunter; and n warrior, but be was
riot tit ream anything from books, as the Great
had not given him any; nor was he to
makti rum and whitikey. lest he should kill him
self ith drinking. Aa to the black man, as he
had nothing but working tools, it was clear he
wao to work for the white and red man, which
he hi continued to do.
We must go according to tbe wisher' of the
Great Spirit, or we shall get into trouble. 7'o
know how to rend and write is very good for
white men but very bad for red men. it makes
white mentherter, but red men worse. Some
of Ile Crecks and Cherokees learnt to read and
write, anti they are the grextest rascals among
all the Indiens. They went on to Washington
and said they Were going to see their Great Fa
ther, to talk about the good of the nation. And
when they got there, they all wrote upon a fit.
tle piece of paper, without the n tion at home
knowing anything akout it. And the first thing
the oRtion et home knew or the matter, they
were called together by the Indian agent, who
allowed them a hula piece of paper. which he
told them was a treaty, which their brothers
had made in their mune, with their Great Father
at Washington. Arid as they knew not what
a treaty was, hp held op th0 hide piece of pa
per, awl they looked tinder tt, awl In I it envei
ed a peat extent of country, and found that
their breðiren, by knowing how to reRd and
write. bad aold their helms., and titer. lands,
anti the graves of their fakery; anti that the
white man. by knowing how to read anti write,
had gained them. 'Fell our Great Fether at
Washington,therefore theme are very !wry we
cannot receive teachers among us, for reading
rind writing, though very good for white men,
is very Dad for Indians.'
rd like the children of white men. The chiefs ty too mucli orilitios in sollety already, and too
listened with their customary silente and deco- many politicians. without-inculcating it into riK
rum to a long speech, setting forth the advans i males and introducing it -into wild intercom,
Ogee that would accrue to them from this meta- and this family,- circle. ,,What ean be more dis.
sure, and when he had concluded. begged the gusting in socimy. than a- women eontinunity'
irterval of a day to deliberate on it. prating shout politics. reiterating the speeches
.',On the following day, a solemn convocation of partizans. and meolecting bist-sk,wassoirstrrovis
was held. 81 which one of their chiefs address. thot she mey converse with all who zoo her
r,g the Governor in the name of all the rest. mom the relative deigns and prospects ef candi
6 My brother," said he, "we have been think. date. Stich conduots would tend to rob sods
ing over the prosition or our Great Father at ty of it' purest enjoyments. and of her
Washiagton to send teachers end set up schools moat estimable charms. It is the duty of wos
Wong us. We are very thanklid for the intors man to gotten and destroy the asperities of the
eir he takes in our welfare, but after much vies other arm, and to benish rather than feed excites
liberation, have concluded to decline his offer.
What will do well for white men, will not do ment ; but if hes interference in politica is to he
countenanced, thooè fitier and amiable finalities
fin red men. know you while nien say we will soon be constmerl. ity the uncongenial spir
all come from the same father and mother, hut it with which they must blind, besides perverts
yon are mietaken. We have a tradition bends ing the end of her ortation.
ed down from our forefathers, and we believe Whet gond can ',nimbly math from the in
it, that the Great Spirit, when he undertook to terferente of women in political ? certainly
melte men, made the black man, it was hie first none. They cen have no voice in our elections
attempt, and pretty weil for a beginning; but he under the present constitution 2 and Although
110,ill saw that he bungled I so he determined to women who have freehold property may, in one
try his hand again. He did so, and he made or more of the States. vote as freeholders, yet
the red man. le liked him much better than they do not nossess even that much influence in
We would sot be understood as wishing to
close the months of the ladies upon the subject
of politics, for we are well 'ware that such an
act would esvor to much or dictation to be
brook'd by them; but we would censure those
who step out of their appropriate sphere to min
gle in the a strife which alone pertains to the
; other sex; and convert a honie. which should
: always prove a refugo from such excitements,
I Mtn a controversial circle.
When the gratitude of a people is abont being
offered to an individual eminent for his serveces,
or in considerable of soine glorious act which
he may have done, then let woman join the ac
clamation; let her strew his path with flowers,
and plait a wreath for his brow. Or upon the
occasion of any public rejoicing, et her mingle
in it, and by her presence and influence MOliet
ate exceseee, enrich the pageantry, and 'welt
plaudits; but when politics is the theme. Arid par
tizan bickering the order of thu day, let Wijnitil
mingie not in it, for it la no work of here. ka.
tber let her provide a cheerful retreat for filmic
who are engaged in it, anti there exert her in
fluence to soften down the excitement which
From the Boston Transcript.
A FEW tiCRAPS !wit THE LADIES.
Wishing ,teglo all the good we can
wet 4vre hbv". ibtlyet
choice bits for the edification- and in.
structon of the "weaker sez;" and vitt
commence with the subjoined sensible
remarks; by annul clever fellowi on a
"The credulity of womerii ort the
suljject of being loved, ie very great;
they fret: mistake a common liking for
a particular regard, and on this fouuda
ilea build up castles in the eir, and fill
it with oil the treasures of their bright
hope sod confiding love, and when some
startling fact destroys the vision, they
feel as if the whoke reation were a
the most injured of women. It is safer
bb very ecepticle oo the subject of
being loved; but if pou do make the
mistake take all the blame to yourself,
and eave your dignity by iscrecy, if you
can not keep your heart the art from
, Here is en excelent recipe for making
a lady's orese, which may we think, be
read with profit bj maidens and met
qm your ear.rings be Attention, en
circled by the pearle of refinement the
diamondm, of vour necklace be Trufb
aud the chain Christianity; vour bieribt
in Charity, ornamented wit& pearls of
Gentelenees; yonr finger rings be Aire
tion, set round with diamonds of Indoor.
try, yo-nr girdle be Simplicity, with faro
pais of Good humor, let your thicker
garb be Virtue; and drapery Politeness
let your shoes be Wisdom. secured by
the strings of Perseverance."
And here is a "stray ons"-717111,
but full of instruction:
"There are four things that look Very
awkwari in women, viz: to see her tas
dortake to whistle; to throw stones at a
hog; to smoke a cigar, and to clunb ow.
er a garden fence."
We will now "tack on" the following
"sharp un" from the' pen of Butwer:
"While young ladiee ate so sedu
lously taught all the accompliehmente
test a husband dieregards, they are nev
er thought the great 6,10 he would prise.
They are taught to .be exhibitedhe
wants a companion. Ile wants neither
a singing animal nor a drawing animal
he wants a talking animal. But to talk
they are never taught: all they know is
'hinder, and that come by nature,.
While we are about il,we may as well
vf the chiefs, in which he informed them of th'e n.;;;;;;n:d7oTren;;;;;67,1itTeTtt;ieTn.n7suh.0-ulillitw Ro12.oh.n. Ve.rnon
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From the Knickerbocker.
. to al the intolerance of political speakers. It cane tipped lib braes; a hoge brutal
A SEMINOLE TRADITION. , ri and ea wilt
is not uncommon to see one or two hundred i ring
scattered around the outskirts of a meeting, erw
be the lion of the day, and win i heart
By Washington Irving. ger to catch every sentence ait it falla from the on your lite finge t
: When the Florida' were erected into a terri. orator, and expresaing their assent or dissent. i b .
tory of the Uhited States one of the earliest en his several propositions as they are made. of any Simple Iltri yes weer i
cares of the Governor, W. P. Duval, wu di.. This is all wrong, and decidedly discreditable.
!acted to the instruction and civilization of the i The sphere in which woman is designed to , ..
um Paribb Church of ambition.. by -
MAILIIED.On the 22d Augunt,. . at
natives. For this purpose he called a meeting l move, "hould never be visited with the hittertL ,,, , ,, , ,, , I. ,,,....
to al the intolerance or political speakers. it cane tipped erith braes; a huge Wesel
is not uncommon to see one or two hundred 1 ring
scattered around the outskirts of a meeting, ea on your little fingeri and yobs wilt
Do the lion of the day, and wiá the heart
ger to catch every sentence as it fells from the . I
orator, and wresting theit assent or dissent, Ot any Simple fitri yea wear Iilli
to his several propositions as they are made. , .
This is all wrong, and decidedly discreditable. M.Mtlign.On the 22d Augunti. 'at
wish of their Great Father at Wadhington that she suffer her mind to Cecome the rec eotacle !:Eilq. of Chaddreeley Coibett. stilt ad: a
they should have schools and teachers among those quafitioa of theme qualitiett which belontijong
thorn, and that their childreti should be instruct- exclusively to the other lex.' We have entirell nernet youngest daughter of Mr Wit
. thened cOurtehip of roue flap, tii
rd like the children of white men. The chiefs monk nrd;Com nAftd4. ....A -
liam Chambers, orthii nee holores
bleier'. The youthful bridegroom wool
rathet poet hie primei being ill toe 7711i
year. and contiequentiy hod no time lei
seen sixteen minaret.) had" pity ow I.tir
and took him icor bevel, or tvo dp,1.
ter he hsd oettluct upon het the whoio
ef hie proderty amounting to tole ori;e
(4800 a year. It aeeme that thr new
ly named Benedict offered hie hqurt
ment ; but if hes interference in politica is to he band the pitmans Monda to ithas ZI
countenanced, thoen fitier and alined modifies i
eannsh Chembera, the brido'a okett ,
will soon be conermed Ity the uncongenial spit, ' .
Buster, and being refined, mritt , over
it with which they must blind, besides pervert.
ing the end of her creation. , tures to the neat sister, NI ii,A À no, from
Whet gond can possbly result from the in. whom he Moo received a unitise; but,
terfereure of women in political t certainly defirmined not to toe haul; ed in hie in- ,
none. They con have no voice in our elections tention to obtain a young wife, mai re- ,
under the present constitution s and although
women who have freehold property,may, in one memberin,g that bfaitit heart tie'er won
or more of the States. vote as freeholders, yet fair lady, ' he tried a th ird time, and en
they do not possess even that much influence in before Mated, woe oucetesisfill. , M ism
this State, consequently their interference is un Harriet beim; toiable to resist tile pre,-
called forr and deserving of censure. ant anliritati ,,,, II iir the noraet vir", IA.,.
sitter, end being reflood, mOs -
tures to the Mill Sillier, NI iiiA A no, from
whom he also received a repetos; but,
delirmined not to tie haul; ed in his , -
tention to obtain a young wife, bud re- ,
memberIng that bfaitit heart ne'er won
fair lady," he tried a third time, anti an
before Stated, was soceetsfill. , Miss
Harriet being unable to resist tile prey-
ern solleitationt of the perterving wort. ,
The loving conple are now in this city -
"1 clew t notly thocia.Alottroal
lietald . .
QuEEN &moo:Ts. The following ,
curious and interesting account of ,
ebeth's personal appearance ie given by
howler, a fiermen, whu stätted Eng..
land in the reign of i Donny Queen
Best." ',Next came the Queen, in the
sixty-fifth year of her age, as
told, uery majestic I her lace blotto,
fair, but wrinkled; her eyes 'Malt, yet
black end pleasant, her teeth black,
defect the Ettesb Seem subject to, (foal
too, great use of sugar. she haulm het' ,
0118 two pestle with tier It rich dropephe
false hair, and that red; upon her bead
oho had a small crown; reported to ,
made of some ef the celebrated Lune.:
bourg Table; Itec bottom writ uncov-;
e'en, es all the Erglish 'ladies. have
fill they Marry; and ehe he'd on, neekleca:
,warrs emall,krt ,
titatua neither tail 00f Tow; bee'aiK isti
stately, het manner nrepeaking
and obliging. That riay the was dies
sed white bordered with pearls
of the site of beans; tind over it a mar..
tie of black silk, oho! with sitter thread;
her train. wit my long, the end or it
borne by a Morchbioneest instead Of si
chain the had an oblong collar of gold
Praying ',jade Can À lazy fellewi
in praying, used to saying over the twen
ty-aix lettere of the alphabet, and them
added this formula"Oh. Lord, put
these totters into syllables,:end theta
sýllablee into words, to pleaea, yttur
self, Ob. Lord, for thou met do it bet,i
ter than L"
and a mighty warrior, but he was statue neither tall floe lets; her-nie .wid
The latch string ofTie's mouth is inside bang. -- ----- - ,- --.-,..--,---.- - -..- - --I . e,
room ports, whits 'the fiery fragments risone-rti retnee she is este for. ut07,4s :,', ieto tomer; choice bite for tbe edification. and in.
ing, hanging, banging,
And quite pnled through; came tumbling thick about et. True. And New Jersey witt not be bet ' tri tiot tit learn anything from books, as the Great str ne two of the etweaker see' end lit stately, het manntir or epeeking mild '
And never a word but mon can we get ling to my kill on swimming, should it assert her rights. Her present majority tlqii had Dr trit1" hiT snrclit' "(dal he to
commence with the subjoined sensible lind obliging. . That ray the was tiles
From Tippecanoe, his committee tooTippe- be deemed requisite to jump overboard, ie but little over a thousand, and in sew- ma. ti rurn.an .se miry. est le a ou kill him sed or white kik, bordered with pearle
sett loth drinking. As to the black man, as he remake; by some clever fellow, on a
canoe lois committee ton, I instantly entered the portehole; and erat Whig counties we did not even go had nothing but working t00IS, it was clear he 1 1 b of the size ofbeenin tied over it s . mare
And we slum elect little Van, Van,Van, ear er Du ject:
the ship having turned before the wind, to the polio. But in November every wait to work for ilie white and red man, which .. of black silk, oho! with 'jiver thread '
Van is a re-elected man, The credulit f h lla
y o womem on t v I
And we aliall elact little Van. hat little sir there watei drove the man will come forth. The difference he his continued to do.
eul!jeci of being loved, is very great,
. her train wen very long, the end of it
We must eo according to tbe wisher' of the
. greateet part of the make forward; yet will redeem her. 7'here will be only r is - borne by a Marchhioneeet instead Cif ei
irea pirit, or we 1 11 et t t 11 ' th
8 la g . in 0 rou i e. 7o ey ofteo nestake a common liking foo
lie has his trippers trnpping, trnpping,trnpping, ,Sseie ea almost en ineupportable heat, one questiou then before the people,and know how to rend and write is very good for a particular regard, and on this fouuda- chain elle had an blot collar of gold
To catch the good and true,
and lite suffocating 'vapors bid defiance they will speek out for the truth in tones white men, but very bad for red men. it makes and jewlete ft ,
But the trap if it spiings win only retell lion build up castles in the eir, and fill
Old 'Tippecanoe, his committee.00Old Tip. to niy efforte to penetrate farther. A of thunder, We cannot traverse the white men better, beet redkmeni worse. Soome it with all the treasures of their bright
pecanne, his committee tom feeling urged me on, and I reached the whole state to eetablish what we say; " !ill Cref ks and hero etie mot to tee. and .
,, And we ellen elect little Van, Van, Van, gun room kidder at the bottom of which but we will name one county as an ae. wow, and they are the greatest rascals among .
nope and confiding love, and when some Praying made easy A lazy fellowi
all the Indiens. They went on to Washington startling fact destroys the vision, they in praying, used to saying over the twen
Vali is a re.eleeted man, . lay re human being, oboe. sufferings ap ample of the rest. It is Atlantic, 1101 and said they WOM going to see their Great Fa- ty-eix letters of the alphabet, and them
And we shall elect little Van. feel as if the whotec reatton were a
anrently wi re over. I passed my hand down as giving 24 on the Congresieion- ther, to talk about the good of the nation. And the most injured of women. it ie safer added this formula"Oh. Lord, put
See the (dee seekere, soaker., eeekers,seekers, quickly to 'be !mut, to feel if any palpi- al ticket, when she polled a majority ot when they.got there, .they all wrote upon a ith
t b t. 1 h h. t I.. these totters into syllables 'and these
tle piece ot paper, without the n tion at home o b very cep lc e oo t e so jec o ,
Making great ode; 'anon yet remained, end discovered that from 400 to 500 on the loral ticketreand
For welt they know We a scaly chance knowing anything about it. And the first thing being loved; but if pou do make the syllablee into words, to plesee, your.
the indtvidoel nee a eematet h
s e was yet will in November give, as vire I
trw eve the mitten et home knew of the matter, IlleY mistake take all ilia blame to youtoot; self, ob. Lord, for thou met do It bet4
for Tippecanoe, his committee toohis coin. .
'tying and in a few momenta was (safely hail, from 200 to aon for the en ;:ee of tie were crated together by the India') agent, who
mittee too: and save your di 1 b f tar than l'"
gni y y ocrecy, i you .
Aed we shall elect little Van, Van,Van, it the boat. Again I returned with three mocracv is not all well in New Jet. qtrowed thern a hula piece If paper. which he
4 , , ich their brothers can not keep your heart the art from OtRilb
r an ie a tOiiklettil Mall, ft. my crew end soon had the eatiatati. eey? We count on her yet; We count told them wa,.. a !treaty, wr. ,. c .0v.n .
Mr. Eahriam Williams, a 01111 fare
-.And we shall elect little Vin otin ofrescuing eight poor wreichee, on her confidently. had made in tl eir r nme, with thcor ireat Father I I g
. oli Washington. Arid as they knew not what Here is an excelent recipe tor making mer in Buckland. in this county, bee
who ley in a state of insensibility, and But whet awe lose them all! We a treaty was, hp held op the little piece of pa- raised this season from ono potatoe noel
Van Buren's daye are donblod,deubied,doubl ed. a lads's (treat., which may we think, be
Ile roma not go, inuet eocin have perished. Stimulated are still unbroken. Think God ! old per, and they looked tinder tt, rout In I it envei- . ly of the variety called Merinos or leng
For in his chair we naval' will Oletle ey bdrCONA, we penetrated to the burning Penneylvenis never yet deeeried her ed a peat extent el' country, and found that reed with profit I)) maidens and met
Jolley, cut in peices and planted in bills
Old Tippecanoe, his committee tooOld Tip. deck above; end never shall forget the standard in the hour of need Tlio 1;,, their breðiren, by !mowing how to rend and mist:
wr write. bad sold emir howles, and flirt. lands, t the almosCiouredible quantity uf 140
pecrene, his committee too, tr et our et .ri b Alt t
on ion, en
horror of the epeetaele. Here ell was of battle ever fell ehatered ff OM her and the graves of their Either"; anti that the . ' Y . r ogn 0 pounds. Four of the largest Weighed
And we ellen elect hide Van,Van, Van,
Van is a re- elected man, brilliancy. Several half burned and front. Like the white plume of Henry white man. by knowing how to read and write, circled by the pestle of refinement the
, 9 1-2 ponnds. Beat this brother fare
And we shall elect little V AN. mangled bodies 'could be dietinguifthed the Fourth of France, her banner hat, Ilrad If!ain"11 !1""n: Tell our Great Frither at diamonds, of vnur necklace be Tru'n mere if you can. You way have the
, n .lore theme are very sorry we aud the chain Chrietianity; your trent
(New York Ern. in the flames. ';Near the traneom, sat a always floated in the hottest of the con. a tngt 'lye ;cachets am n us i d Rohm to try with if you plesse.-64
otzenc-. ------- mother with-ling infant in . her arms. filet: a rallying point in momenta of de- metro . race' , , c' g ' 1". "a lati in Charity, ornamented wit& pearls of Greerlield Demo . - -
THE BURNING SHIP. , d writing, though very good for white men - crag'
She if. eded me not, but clarified it clo- teat, a leader to unerring vietory. The is very Dad for Indians.' , ,, teentelenees; yonr finger eings be Afro . .....................e.,: . ,
For many years I had never heard .er to her bneoingave one wild shriek battle of Marengo was on the point of From Alexander's Messenger' tion, set round with diamonds of Indue. THE EFFRCT OF HA111106A diner.;
from home, but Mill the fond remem- end mortal agony wee over. The in- being lost, and battalion en battalion of FEMALE POLITICIANS. r mile be Sim licit with lase
try, yen g p y, out in a certain gay city, in the land or
bronco of early enjoyments in that sweet iiint es ttecuted. Numbers that re- the Fiends were flying front the field, The ective r Good humor let our thicker
part which females have of late gale 0- . 3t cakes, bed a recess of a couple of days
elm' clung to my soul, and became the mined, sought refuge in the sea. The when one detalchment alone, stopped been taking in politics, has become a matter of garb be Virtue; and drapery Politeness in one week froth his gastronomic le
eubject of many sketches from my pen. remelt) I had saved was still 'insensible. the career alba Austrians, mid form gen eril roemmear kariForca eoar, 'Binh
'a' ge ey 8 I lwa ve a I et ua rr In' let your shoes; be Wisdom. secured by tabor,. . n
its.so ýou know," itaid be le å
cil, some of which the captain had taken The worthy cow; wain had wrapped the Mg a nucleus for the Republicans to rel. I
et r II to rt with aPli tile enthnsiaim that we might thestr!ngs of Perseverance." (tie s
11.4 "that I went to bed tribe, two
to ornament hie cabin. Agnee, in all infant in hie jacket, which was now ty around. ultimatey wen the day. We wed to see characterizing a similar muster of find here it; a "stray onsshoitt nights test week, and felt lir Mlle the
her loveliness, was always present to sweetly sleeping in the box by his side. are not like the French in full retreat; on the other sex, to attend a political meeting or but full of instruction: worse for ill"
my imagination; prompting me to many In the bow of the boat, a grey haired ly a few out guards. have been driven m; celebration, and that during the course of exer ,
"There are tour things that took very ....---....---,
sea, have manitited all the symptoms that as.
an honorable action, and restraining me man exclaimed, "my son, my daughter, but we have stopped the career of victo
cteind the mom furious stages of the political mat awkwari l
Al women, viz: to see her Le. PRYING INTO MIER Ft Lta ,EVallitri.
from every thing which coeld bring dis- wt,ere are they t Another voice feebly ry with Pennsylvania.' We will make tidy. In other parts of the country also, we dertake to biotic; to throw stones et a '11"i" Ire You doing timer impair..
creeit on my ritinction. To her dear uttered, ttady father.'.. It was Sir Ed- it a Marengo for our foes. Let the old find them taking sides in the political struggle, hog; to smoke a cigar, and to climb ow. ed Jack of Tom, as he caught him peep.
image 1.was indebted for the respect and - ward.e son. The l'emate was raised in Keystone be the rallying point; het ea- and giving their influence towards the support .. a garden knee, ing through a key hole. ''' ' ,
ne of ille Presidential candidates, We find ''
esteem I enjoyed iSem every one on my aime, and I recognised my Agnes. glee shall never fell into the bands of her I. .. s I ...1 iv
I d h I. 1 d IV li rs k "
them plaiting gar an s wit po itica evices, g wt now me en the farming "What's that to y01111 881. a OM ; "I
board. The maeter's mate had been foes; and if New York, Virgsnia. and making toasts, and preventing political breveting, "sharp un" from the' pen of Bulwer: don't like to see a Person prying onto
promoted to a lieutenancy, and I was From the Philadelphia Times. the ether democratic States do their due and, in several instances, we have heard of their i , ft ,
appointed to fill tbe vacant elation. Of- WATC1IMANI WHAT OF THE NIGHT? ty, as she doee hers, the country will be making speeches upon their presentationi. Th 1
et a While young ladiee are so eedu- other folk e, busineet. . .
ten did I rejoice in my heart at the pros We are in the midst of a great battle. safe. , To say they will not do it, is to almost equale she "turn cut's". of the actory oust? taught all the accempliehmente ,,
.. women in Lowell, who, in their day and gener teat a husband dieregards they are nee tanIcE TINE.A gentemits' wan Ono
peel donee more embracing those who The most desperate etruggle ever made slander their patriotism. Aelin
e - wit 1'1 ation, were set down as the Amazons of the - ' - day composing the enueie ors to
- wore so dear to me; and as often did the by tho enemies of Democracy is now "ALL'S WELL. country. It was said, that upon their enthuse.
er thought the great atn8 he would prise. nrtesu
etekening sensations of distracting doubt being carried on against the ark of our , attic occasions, while the processions were They aro taught to .he exhibitedhe or a led to who i i
f y m I e ;moil n addree.4
sparkle my breast. libertiee. While tho thunder of the bat W onntariaL EFFEcTs or BEAU- moving through the streets, they were ever and events a companion. Ile wants neither eel. " 9 o.
Prey, Miff' D.' paid he.' what
Gaiasit..--There is a ma was maker 8 anon called upon to pease. ana give eer to the a singing animal nor a drawing animal time do you prefer!" "Ohl tehe rephe
One lonely e vening the sky was beat ile rolls around tie, and the darkness of .
this city, who has hit Imo n u on an iu- fluency of some "fair one," mounted on a bar- he wants a talking animal. But to talk ed carelessly any time -wili dohut
ifully aerenethe ocean, like a clear midnight huvere over the combat, we .. - P el $ pump, or some other equally conspicuous , the quicker Lc e better." ; The comps.,
mirror rellectedThe golden rayeof the can hear from every watchtower along thod ot 'duffle hie maitre.. r 1
gemous me g .
eminence, from which they would discourse toll ere never teughlr all they know is .. . t
sec lie rubs the inner side of his Hit ny ewes st he rejoonder; end the gee
getting blint and the light breeze knit lul our frontier's the cry el "how goes the It. learnedly of political economy, high we. 'hinder, and that come by nature.
led the spreading sails to-eleep, propels nig , with the ever enuring onower, d . .
tic mg over with bear a grease, sews it gee, and wo nens rights. We need not go els While we ate about it,we may as we-II tiemen took her at her wortir--.
, and so cptick la the gtewth of hair ther to means! or the wept, however, to 'march 44,0 the whole figure ' and so we MI B --------tt ' ' .!
ling the ship almost imperceptibly along ringing undnepondingly from beacon to n - t for female politicians, there are enough of them ' , ' . ' nmnrrr 01 INNERta-'-40. ,Nirt,
caused by the application of the bear s
et the rate of three knots en hour. It beacon "all's well.' here and to 'pare. We have of bite, frequent.. "Cn elr,Pente "the way le Win a simple when some one objected to the Mewl,
wee MIS of those evenings that bafile the Yes I all is well. In deepite of tbe I that in brief s ace of twenty,. .'
grease. . p
ly rerserved with eurpriee, when in company WOMS0 8 heart. . I of having dinnere tor "oriels . 0,r- robtil
painter's art., end only the poet cats peer victorier basely pretended to have been hour, the mattress becomes Kit- th remotes the readiress with which. man Let eur heir ban in eu e
four , . . si .. . , .. v y 1 p rfluoug 'impose. Sir ' geld Lord Sloolit al
MIA& of them will enter into, and support a political ringlet ever 'year netk end sboulders ; ' "11'7'
tray. The first watch wee drawing to won by our forte, we can proudly boast . conversation. and the dexterity which they never puffer s row . . , improve of doe eiorier lotto .tt,, pote
a close; it had struck eleven belle; the that the democracy never were greater I elle popuintion of New Orleans, according to
manifest in wielding some of the peptilMf areu- r lu oulco ,nur heel people- in or good homer tied totkee filfem
oilmen Onthe lookout had proclaimed in numliers or more resolute in spirite the ear-tinkers is 102.ntoo deoulFsormoreserighating :
meets of the day, and their familiarity with the , lirloezo youraetf isle a coat or molbere. epee sheet they etheryiew.miglit: It OLP
iblitra well P and every thing wee a- ihan now. Not an election has come eeen 0 whom are co. ore ty y positions and doctrines of the several parties in t ry clottnput On a test striped with arum: -----'---....---,4 N , ,,'",,:, ' '
go, t e colored population there numbered as
the field. It is frequently apparent that the-
1 yellow and red; pante checked with blue' ECLIPSEThere yvill be sit eclipses eel!,
gain Imbed to ectlemn atillnees. I was off in any State, with the exception of bout 1000now they exceed 50,000. I hear, read, and think a great deal aSeut poll- I ctimpon, se . yearfour of the suit, invisible-w.and Itie vI-- .
standing On the gangway, full of pensive North Carolina and Maine, in which the w t d purple; shove your feet in
e learn from II e Baltimore Patriot, that the tics. the moon. both total and invieihke in thie young -
mueinge, watching a bright star, jun Democratic vote has not surpassed what I'Commercial Bank of Millington," in Kent It is ale becoming quire fashionable here, for t a pair of toots with the beets at leaet Irv. One-takes 'Ow am the titlh 'et' reterestr
kiedling on the verge of Iles horizon, it 1 it ever did beforet and though is some mete. Maryland, knob:wee its doers. women to attend patient meetings, and listen iitree inches WO I illegle a little bled the ether, se tire mewl af ,4 apse ...,.. - ,
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