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C H. MIITHENER.--EDITca & PROPTIIETOR
r F'" .11110 0 rielYoile the single purpusa-of the heiti'l's desire, and
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. to-1 tv,-1,...-1,i4ejuittortifiCOL,
midlits a private mad housii,-b,,liti-,4
1 r hitt:Lewis, Eigi.. Ihey were p ithu...,.60'.7-ttli Were realised, al were fulfilled, sno
of oj that too by her. She who since infaney hall
,,,,.-- tr . &linnet Intelligeneer about twel ty, s ruled alone in this heart, a sceptre all her own,
' --.1 ,.,...- ' the odium of whiclisper int tieE in reigning beauty blest. And she 1,10 told her
...' ..' --tyiiroldire:i"willh-7, ...---mrty fa. cilt;IA et(u..1). I; love, in blushes robed, she made the tale the
, rd n
heart's confession, nnd read the answer
of opipe laving!" accod t
the most approved fashion, au 1
u in the tell tale look, that was the herald
of affections, long felt but now confessed.
the Kills and Wentworth
TABLE, princip ce.
-1 I hill the place a new h I
-A.111,- nn ont.reßt
Soloing the population ff each Cot 1
in the State of ghio.
- Counties. -Males. males. Colored.
Adams 6,663 6,305 58 1
Allen 4,709 4,350 23
Ashtabula 12,094 11,6'29 17 2
Athens - 9,854 9,211 40 1
tehnont 13,548 13,072 524 "2
Itrown 10,859 10,501 465 2
Butler 14,653 13,291 255 '
Carroll 9,137 8,914 49 1
Champaign 8,545 7,847 328 1
Clark 8,472 8,207 117 1
Clermont 11,689 11,217 117 2
'Clinton - 7,837 7,514 378 1
k. .Columbiana20,430 19,604 420 4i
Coshocton 11,157 10,394 38 2
) Cra w ford 6,784 6,181 38 1
',,Cuyalloga 13,630 12,749 131 '
Dark 6,987 6,107 199 11
Delaware 11,182 10,802 76 2
Erie 6,503 5,925 101 1
Fairfield , 10,501 15,001 341 2
Fayette 5,399 5,344 236 1
Franklin 12,829 11,371 783
Gaitla 6,763 6,186 796 1
ceauge, b,298 7,998 3 1
sheen :9,626 8,197 340
Guernsey 13,802 13,615 '211
lidinilton 41,113 36,25'2 2,590
ilansok 5,098 4,867 7
n 2,417 2,180 2
Ilarrison 9,795 9,722 160
Pews 1,551 935 6
Ilighland 11,071 10,416 786
Hocking 4,983 4,763 46
Ifulmes 9.328 8,74'2 3
Huron 11,973 11,808 106
Jar kson 4,866 4,563 315 '
Jefferson 12,290 12,215 495
Knox 15,175 14 ,269 61
Like 6,962 6,735 21
Lawrence 4,965 14,630 146
Licking 17,996 10 960 040
Lop,' 6,923 ' 6,673 409
Lorain 9,544 8,845 6'2
Lucas 5,231 4,107 54
itl adison 4,622 4,30G 98
M ion 7,561 7,137 62
Mediola 9,4e5 8,862 13
Melo 5,857 5,570 28
hi neer 4,566 3,5U8 394 ;
114.anil 10,078 9,492 234 1
Monroe 9,535 8,977 12 1
,int,;,iniery 10,530 14,977 372 :
solcia:4 rt,w 111141,
gs Were but me responses ot floppy hearts
place with great parade. The bod ,whie
hie death vita embalmed by. Frene 'Iher
WilA found in a state of complete pr rvE
the featured even being uninjured. 1 il
remembered that Napoleon died May
The body wad conveyed on board th
Poole, which sailed for France ort the 19tI
iltiltvi;' itW nao:t El ira'Z'ia,.4; I' o'ei A. ,o,k1,'I. el in.v.:,n,..,,,,,07.41,,,1,msi ...HZ' mt.tswel'ithim.,:,;.: Net
had darkened the wing of timethe , wave cie.l'wyat, t 12,16,4 ti,
re been such tlevotion
events had notetood still, but was sweping 0 shoWn bY 'oldie), as matuftod for um,
ward toward the ocean cereal, but still I. Saler , ja ail my misfortweis ver bits the soldier,
no cli.ungeIda vas still the sole resting plane' ayen-wheniesPirinti, b wanting to me nail.
in this unfeeling worldthe single ray that was 1
er silts man Imo senedritto faithfully by his
shining undimmed amid the surrounding gloom. trouPs. Willi tile JAI dui of blood gushing
The beacon to the shiprecked mariner, was not out of their i,,, thel exo4litt .....
a "Vivo l'Eui
bailed with more joy, theo was the love of this too.,.. link. frou.ut rt.
pereur.'-- Voice front St. ifsbna.
hailed with more joy, thou waa the love of this
pure and. lovely creature by my hcart. "rwas
eveand natere'd s'illest, holiest hour had Bows OF NAFULLON--
that the ship Nine', which or
We k, rn from the MAI
come,. the moon was pouring a flood of silver ton Advertiser,
14,1it on 'bee and 'Iowa; an t i
" d nelf lig into lig- rived at Boston on Sutday, from canton, left
uid beauty each scene. The note had marshal St. Melte Oct. 2Ist. Ou the liti
7 the menus
let forth their shining band, and illi011e like the ny of exhuming the remains of Nittleon took
fdint and dim retneMbrances of some summer plaeo with great parade. The bed ,which on
long since departed. The song of the anemia..
hip detail vita embalmed by Frenc 'chemists;
et was heard,low URI musical, ed the chitties was feund in a state or complete pr ryation,
of some fair minstrel ih their mlione of careles 4
the featured even being uninjured. 1 ill be
bliPPinesstba night bird bad lulled bi"gilu remenibered that Napoleon died May 1821.
dy to the strains ofjoyoudness, and his wart).
The body wad conveyed on board th de
lingo were but the responses of harm, hearts
and mirthful wishes-ail was joy, no one but ..... 10F 1 UV, WV -oil
the magic of the.hour. mid the influelice of A CHANCE 1111T.-A parson WAS ridin to
those scenes-and we watidered long, amid a very whet), day, covered with a very la 3
;hose places thus dedicated to youthful rileilltb cloak. The wind pulled it every way and
riesr-not one wp krt unvisited, our feet had wa no sootier dislodged front one fold than i
trod them all-our hands had gathered those entered another. In this state of the case, an
flowers, and now we had turned us homeward.
English Gentleman came by on a very spirited
The shade of evening was descending upon the
horse; which not being accustomed to the sight
woodomd laat faint glimmering of the set
of a mati. a cloak, and the wind, fighting like
tieg sun, had long since faded from the West;
good onea, took alarm, and ahnost threw Ins ri
"night vas doWu eiMit us," but still we heed
der, 'Wily man," said John Bull, 'that cloak
ed not, the heart is its own best time keeper, &
as yet we lied lingered to listen, each had bow "f Y"I's wwid fiighten the duvilt" "Welt."
ed to the magic of in lier temple, and replied the parson, "that just my trade."
RUINATION -Says the Pedlar to
wthere as a plea.oire in the tiacklesa wood,'
na hire's stlitudea, the outpoul logs of tile House niaid "the country is ruined, the peo
ple are ruined, we're emitted.'
spirit's rejoicing -far imetier and purer there.
"But," says the Housemaid to the Pedlar,
thee that LI the crowned hail und gilded saloons
oflibattless fashion, and then our aspirations "boo can that bee t The people are weel
were olf,red up; at this shrine was our young clad, and hae a plenty bait!' tont an' to drink.'
hearts devoted to love-I had told her ALL, and "But,' says the Pedlar, VI tell ye we are a'
She had listetted. ruined an' ye're a ruined woman Jeanie.'
No thought or wish had I concealed from my '"Phe Lord prolerve us,' says the House
boyhood to this hour. !meetly youth I had maid: "I never heard tell o' that before.'
worshipped her: in the first dawning or young "Then," says the Pedlar, "you dolt read
existence, she was the sunlight ono path, nod the Aberdeen Gazette, fur it talks of nothing
made the way of life bloom with flow era. I elbe."-Scoich Story.
bowed to her in the infant musings of Poetry;
A Youso Sucxxa.-An old WOMAII the other
And the spring of the heart's minstrell was
taught by her grandchildren now to
but the echo of her name from the fountains of 1 duY wa!
youth, and hope littd isaued that stream that bad suck eggs- "Grandmother' said a philosophe
made the sunimer fin). Jaye prolific, and deck in frock and trowsers, 16 we must cause an in
ed the hours with beauty. No wish vas tab- cision at the apex, and create a corresponding
pent from that cynosure of my afrections-7but aperture at the base. then apply it to the lips, 4.
all was treasured there-And I had told her all, at the first inhalation the contents a'r--e extracted.'
and she had listened-and from those lips bad 'Lord amarcy sald the old lady, iht;iw atm.
some the confirmation of' all tny long and dear When I was a child we only breke a ho-le
ly treemired dreams,-dreame that had been the in both ends and slicked it. Well I declare,
Wildest Spat; albs mind's intentthat were what privileges the children nowedays bevel
"ITU liberias, ibi pairia..Cicero.
CANAL DOVER,TUSCABAWAS COUNTY, (01110) IANUARY 1. 1811.
fidli.110CitAl It; PRINGULEl. I bank charters sill al laws establishing corp. From ilill'a Monthly Visitor.
Names mu nuthingineit Ow Chaugu,11)11.1 and rate !miles, no ino2iter for what specific tetin of
time, are proper:1 awl in-41y repeadolote by ail AN EXIIORTAl'ION TO FAR
corruptiLlebut principle is immutable, incur- INIERS DAUtAITERS.
'succeeding legiAtriture. ,.'fii deny this Is to otob.
ruptibie and imparisbalde. Oar fear are, not titat 'here are not
We bencef"tth rc noi1 that any legisiodure 'has the power Ina the
many excellent dairy women in the lend
nounce all politica connexion is iili men col power to enact laws-of Me most odious and op
, 1,y .,,Ltiteer pressive charaitse;ivid to Coition them upon the will be ,oe
km that their knos ledge had practice
doubtful or mong rts1 principles,
i i in tile ne w generation that
people by a,terta !Aso, eitending any number
tcognomen ffic) nay Cheese to be designated, is springing up. Hundreds and th011ti
oryears into !Welty. .
and 411 advocate no man for office, whatever of farmers' daughtera leave the
o WE 1101444 propertv,' and not labor linda
I homes of their mothers, and omit other
may be his prateinions until we are. couv ince(' should be taxe4roor tit-miopport or government;
t employments, as Wit were a dierelieh of
that his prirciplettre radically such as w e nu all devices, therelistes to draw the expendinires
t . - ofgovernment Peqi,lis earnings of the labors diet which may ho piactically more and
du.:44ao tall olVto
, . o more scarce. The occuPation is strip..
4,g Ivorl'i bre 1.4;14 Au opptegswe, ' tend to- pa by
WE lioLp that every man le the communi o . . .
build up au arostocriocy of wealth, and sink the the. demand: for ,lioung WOrTlefi'
as operatives in fae.torlis, as milliners
ty has z natural and indefeasible rittlit to pursue
may be hid pretemions until we are.. eouv ince('
I len the place a new being, no secrcet
thought now made the ride entre a blank, but , that his prireiplettre radically such as w e nue!
all-wits joyful and happy, netlejeated offeri tiaarg to 0.y:tp.
bidatit'sacrificIald beeit 'accepter, WE tioLp that every men le the communi
and the altar raisedand then I worshipped...6 , iy has z natural and indefeasible right to pursue
the devotee I, the priestess Mc whatever honest calling be choosen, without
Philada, 1840, S.
let or hindrance el any authority whatsoever,so
BONAPARTE'S WOUNDS. that he does not thpreby interfere with tee rights
N811010011 showed nie the marks or two , of others, or violate auy clonal obligation to the
wounds,:one a very deep cicatrices above the comtnunity of which lie is a member.
left knee, which he said he had received in his!
1 WE HOLD, that any number ofitnen ,;.v.) a
firet campaign dimly, and it was of so serious right te associate themselves together and make
a nature, that the surgeons were in doubt whet!' I common stock of their property ,for the pi,. ie
er it might be ultimately necessary to amputate. :0Fearrying on any business with greater f.a.11ity
lie observed that when he was wounried, it was and with more profit to themselves, eo that
al vvays kept a secret in order 1101 to discour- they abstain from all .oppressive measures tm.
ago his soldiers. The other was on the too, and ward others, which a combination of wealth &
had been received at Eckmulil "At the siege
' power might enable them to practice.
of Acre," continued he, "a shell thrown by ,
Sydney Smyth fell at my feet Two soldiers I WE HOLD, that every kind of businesa
..-- iy Dna a liElititill alio inumeasnee rignt to pursue o- o i ion of staves. or sewers, shoebittders or straw.braid
whatever honest calling be choosen, AU V rOSE11 ,6117 II U 11.,,, ',Ill.,' W. iyougdiry
he devotee I, the priestess Ida,
Philada, 1840, S. II.
let or hindrance of any authority whatseever,so
without roducing clessee to the c nd.t
We cansider a high protective tea one filmset ere or somo other mechanicsal olera
BONAPARTE'S WOUNDS. devices of the ne.neyed aristocracy 1 h
wlere-Y tion. flow few thus employed 'conic
, that he does not thpreby interfere with Ine rights the laboring classes. who cousume nine tenths of short of the qualifications of the elite,
Ne110100n showed rue the marks or two of others, or violate auy moral obligation to the the imported eroduebont of toreign soil and mail ous niaid who obtains the best part of
wounds4one a very deep cicatrice above the' comtnunity of which lie is a member. urdeture, and made to pay the expenses of the her education tinder the roof of lier OWn
left knee, which he said he had received in his '
1 WE HOLD, that any number ofitnen 'teal) a goverunient, whilst. Me property id the rich is father. from the instruction of her moth.
find campaign dimly, and it was of so serious right te associete themselves together and make allowed to accutuul de without bang taxed for er that knowir how to do every ilitng
a nature, that the surgeons were in doubt wheth its OW11 protection. coining within her province of the wile
I common stock of their property ,for the pie iii. iti
er it might be ultimately necessary to amputate. '-of carryine on any business with greater fe.11ity WE HOLD, that when these UrUeed States ot a thriving farmerwho is entirely at
He observed that when be was wouneed, it was I had achieved their independence of ONeat Brit.. home its all that pertainti to the dairy,
and vvith more profit to th I h
al vvays kept a secret in order not to discoure they abst e
am rem all .oppressive measures to.
eta" "11 " 1- at i am, each State was of itself a commoiwealth; ! the Seen Oinieel nee and due prepetation
age his soldiers. The other was on the too, and !guffaw, distinct, free aud sovereign, 'end as of articles of food and clothing and who
ward others, which a combination of wealth & I perfectly independent et any oftho Smite and sulfas none of her household to 64411
had been received at Eckmuld "At the eicge .
power might enable them to prectice. I KitiOinus of the old world. Being thdi free 11113 bre" cð. idltmestd"
of Acre," continued he, "a shell thrown by ' if not to the rising fair generation, to
every kind of businesa
WE HOLD, that lend sovereign , tho uni:m which they forita4 for
Sydney Smyth fell at my feet Two soldiers 1 I f re I ii
. Om,: ..01i1111011( C once demos ivastong y ,r.,
b ( ' whom bhall we look for the betide!' that
who were close by, seized and closetý embra. should be perfectly free and untrammelled, . t
tha- . eign eations, aud for the promotion of their core are to eupply so ituportarit a portion
ol subsistence se tne products of the
cod me, One in front and the littler st my side, I no class of men or kind of businees should he ' mon intorestrt, was a Mere eunipaet for specifie ,
dairy The farmer may keep hts fony
and made a rampert of their bodiee for me ae I taxed id support another chum of men or dhoti'. : purposrs, the particulars of which ore fully set
1 filty, or a hundred cows; if there be no
gainst the effect attic' shell, which exploded & 1 er kind of business. Evely man th the commie. I foith in the Constitution of the United States. ,
1 maid to oversee and lead in the prepe
I nity being free and at liberty to pursue whateve 1 The Congrees of the United States, being
overwhelined us with sand. We sunk into the a i ration of the milk after tt goes to the
body of delegates frOni each sovereign States!
er honest Calling he pleases, none should look l 1 1 , r 1 (1 Y
lair roomif there be no female to
bolo formed by its bursting, and one of them 1 nave power to wgis ato on y wise re cremes to
was wounded. I made them both officers. for or receive any other protection than that ,
these common interests for the promotion Of ir ita
prepare the veesele none to direct in
Ming awl settling of the intik, the
One has since lost a leg at Moscow, and cone. which lihi own tektite, industry. pereeverance which the compact was funned, and every eili.
and ecouctny will afford him. et act of theirs which is not authorised by the the'extrication end. disposition of the
ma nded at Vincennes when I tell Paris. When cream the seperation of the buttermilk
WE HOLD, that all legislation ehould be for most strict construction date lauguage of the the clean aud perfect wtill jog downit
eummoned by the Russians, he replied, that as
compete, ie an usurpetion of power not delega
soon as they sent Win the leg he bed lost at the generafgood of the mate or nation, that ev.
1 ery legisiative body is subservient to the will of ted by the states, is null and vend, and not at all 'aisle' ntrilihsoliv" neixpected of men, and not wo
teerah!), shall we hereefter
Moscow, he would surremler the fortress. Ma
the whole budy of their constituency; and that
- i binding upon the parties to the compaci. drop away id the produNi of a most
ny times ill my lifo, continued lie, have I been These are our principles, so far ae they got profitable sod inoet treeful article iti the
saved by tny soldiers and officers throwing them it leghilative lia4 in thia "Public has a right and bY the feet of thus principlet, until we are production of the form at that precise
selves before me when I was in the most immi. to enact any law Cm-erring einem' privileges or convin cud thfey are wrong, we shall try 'such time when Wore ite the Meet ref(' en
nent danger. At Arcata, when I was (Wean- benefits upon arty particular class of men,whieb candidete tied may hereafter preeebt bis claims couragetnent for the farmer to enter up.
eingi 'cot. daunt,. my siddemamp throw him mat, mit be freely enjoyed by the whole commu tr! the twill-ages of the people,and as they prove pott and pereevsre to the bdeitteesi of the
1. selflaure me, cevered me with hiti bode'. ; SO ' lie mere a eat or ser '
loin sie we shall decide epee his merite, whet')
oily, because theit being t g
et-Worthy or unworthy of public amdidenbe, ..,......,---,--
received the wound that was destined kr me.
I van"' of 1" whoto P"I'lL balm no Pri'll.legsa of svielout referetiee to what party name we find
He fell at tuy feet, tied the blood spouted 4 in, theie own to bestow at will upon whom 'the; en ' 'i I t I bl .
, gr you upon ne caw t: loon or to. azone IgntINTAIN .SrENERyThere is POMO
d thing in- thewilderness mid etiblimit) te
- try ital inflating, CUM 01113 In 111C111 ., I have power to legislate only wim reierence 101
was wounded. I made them both officers. for or receive any other protection than that I Mose common interests for the promotion Of orePare the vessels none to direct in
One has since lost a leg at Moscow, and corn.. which iii.t owe talents, industry. perseverance which the cement was funned, and 1 etraining auil sattling of the nalk, the
uvet)1 tit " the 'extrication nod. disputation of the
and ecouctny will afford him.
ma nded at Vincennes when I loll Paris. When et act of theirs which is not authorised by the cream the seperation of the buttermilk
summoned by the Russians, he replied, that as WE'. 110I.D, that all legislation 'timid he fits most strict construction date lauguage of the the clean aud perfect tolling downif
COmriel, is an usurpation of power not delega
soon as they sent hitn the leg he Ind lost at the generafgood of the state or nation, that ev.,
ery legislative body is subservient to the will of all this le expected of men, and not wo
ted by the status, is null and void, and not at all (neer how nutlerandy samtl we hereefter
Moscow, he would surrebtler the fortress. lila
the whole body of their constituency; -and that partied to the compact. drop away ia the produee of a meet
ny times ill my life, continued lie, have I been !binding upon the
These are our principles, so tar ail they go; profitable end meet useful article itt the
saved by iny soldiers and officers throwing them a legbilatite imlY in thia "Public 1138 a right and by the test of th
tide principles, until we are production of tile farm at that precis.)
, selves before me when I was in the most immi- toenail any law Com-erring epecial privileges or convin cud Ow are wrong, we shall try 'such tune when Wore is the otos' rUtO CD
, benefits upon any particular class of men,w hid) candidate tihtt may hereafter resod his claims couragernstit I'M' lila farmer tu tatter up,-
nent danger. At Arcata, when I was arisen
to the seqages of the people,and as they prove putt and persevdre to the lidsinebsi of the
nin 'col. manor, in, inue.namp throw trim may Rot be freely enjoyed by the whole cominu
'1 ,. ,,, . ' Won st-, tve shall decide upun his merits whet') dairy!
, self before me, cevered me with bli bode'. ; 1114 oily, because theit being the mere agent or ser - ' . 1
erw3rthy or unworthy of public confidenCe,
received the wound that was destined kir me. van"' of lho "'bolo 1)8Plo haven Vivi kg" or williout r l.
(immure to what party name we Mid NIMINTAIN bSrENEntrThere is some
, Ile fell at ruy feet, tied the blood spouted iii) ill, illOillOWS to bestow at will upon whom 'the; eite'raveu upon his eat:tat:hew or emblazoned thing in- thewilderneee and eublimit) ol
which hiJ own talents, industry. perseverance which the cement was funned, and every ntli.
and ecouctny will afford him. et act of theirs which to not authorised by the
WE'. HOLD, that all legislation ehould be for most strict construction date language of the
the generafgood of the mate or nation; that ev-, compact, is an usurpation of power not delega
ted by the status, is null and void, and riot at all
ery legislative body is subservient to the will of
partied to the compact.
the whole body of their constituency; -and that binding uPun the
These ate our principles, so far ad they go;
niriegirlatire 114 "Public lins a right and by the test of these principles, until we are
to enact any law cent-erring dpectal privileges or convin cud tbfey Etiß wrong, we shall try 'Judi
benefits upon any particular class of men,w hid) candidate th,4 may hematite present bis claim
to the sulliages of the people,and as they prove
inav not be freely enjoyed by the whole cominu
hitn we shall decide upon his intuits wiled
oily, because theit being the mete agents or ser 1
erw3rtlty or unworthy of public confidence,
van of the "Awl Pwi'lL ha" no Privitegsa or witliout deferetiee to what party name we fine
, their own to bestow at wili oputt whom '1114 citg'Ovuu upon his escutcheon or emblazonec
FplearoudisetAlm.mithAtitttto tutu tgiste.militpou the lth.,14n"d under which lie is marshalled
nrivilerve that billoom to thin --But111111'
oirt with r
of p lib in
his att tion
Bien to et I
his month r
privileges that belong to the whele ieople, end I
bestow them upoke portion thereof, who may
happen te be their thvorites, And further that
the least possible quantity of legislation that
can be mile to subserve the IMds orgovernmeet
will best promote the rights interests , moratl
aild happiness atilt) people. Every emit.. e
nacted tor the regulation of the busittees opera
tions of the people, is a clog to the wheels of
prosperity, and as cold water poured upon the
file ofenergy and enterpritres Every law e
nacted and not enfurced, bet euffered to be vi
elated with impunity, and become a nitre dead
letter unrepealed, is a nuisance to the statute
book, all evidenetr.of a Item state of moralb
he co ,t. ounity Mid a standing monument ot leg
wE nun, that all exoneratiug men,
whether in their individual or corporate capa
Moos, from paying their jest dems, to the las.
dollar ot their pnmerty, necessary household fin
oiture, apparel and pro isiona excepted, are itt
dirett contraveution ()revery priticiplo or intl..
603, and have a tendei.cy to encourage fraud
an promote animorality.
WE 101-1), that all members of egislative
i,rodies in !hie country ere bound to do the will
the uonstituency whose immediate represen
t ves they are, that it is proper and necessary
th 'he people to interrogate every candidate thr
with regard to his opinitois on al matters
iit interest mid policy whirh may chum
t Min and on which ha may have of cap
o et as their representative: and that any
de for office who refuses to make known
nth aits respecting any such matter of pub
must fter being respecthilly requested so
to do by sok portion eftlic people, is guilty of
Ikgross contampt ol.popular dignity, and is to
ly unworthy orany public trust
E tIOLLe,that our country is thd tiro es
taaorgeneratims es they rise, begeathed to
then in feetail bl their heavenly parent; that it
is the loty reach getioration while in posses.
sion, t improve till premises lig the benefit or
of their msterity: but that they have no equita
ble rtgli t.- legitimati power to encumber it
With deb ihr sticetioeing gem:whom to pay.
We deny to power o:auy generatieli to Indio
their sucedklors slaves int tillit eIntrnet or rfitliv
810e, t ielprolle tin premises lig the benefit di out oil our fecultiiis to tAlei;t1 onler.. l 010
:ofilleir losierity: but that they brae tie eqUita" Nits() end exertionto bring round otv.: 11111
hie rIgh (..- legitimais power to encumber it 1 lireqile briecAt feces arid happy' htiolryy On
twofer hearts. AIy sou, "1
with deb ibr sucriweing generarions to pay. 1 arid loving,
Wo deny io power o:auy goneration to Indio l lileo4u the (; test nithet every dey Ihfl
their "Cee Prd slaves by any eintrilet or corn.. that lot haw gladdened I lie earth wait In- '11'
pact whate r; and we (luny:Alm the present Ile children! Mary ilow tit.
promotion liks any right or power to saddle --
their successchs with a delit which would make TticuonTR The mind of a thitic ihE
them tributitty o a foreign twtion; Ind being in l ing 1(1011 FP011)111eri the soda beneath Pev
1 whoa stir firer lie many precious seeds: g,i''
our opinion: th woist species of national elev.
and everv "
ery. We deny lierefore, that the present gene.' ev"Y rain nall'' ririll buds'
ration can by an contract they rosy enter into,: jar1;11 'arlf 4 the sun produces flowers. lir
bind their success 8 to the perrormance of any I a Ill'Ilt 'il''',Iint in their dun time' The 1,13i1.1.,
flower garden of a mind moreiy, eudur- -7
act or duty, or to the sufferance el. any ponsity i
attion:8,1 in such c'retfract. . 1 es but duringtho night. The flowers 741
, I wither away under the rays of the eun "''
WE HOLD, that 'tio legislature has power to t
i end are followed bv odfruit. . ria
enact a law which a hucceeding legisiature may I L Ti. is
not repeal. It is our 4inion therefore, that kill ' The 1110r0..lawl. 1110 motootrendere - . g I
WHIM LIBERTY DWELLB;TBERE IS MY COUNTRY." ,
oder which Imo is ilistellalled.
A BIG GUN. The large cannon cast at
West Point Last spring, was tried a few days a
go at that laws. It has a twelve inch bore, &
with forty five pounds of powder, discharged a
wrigh41 2'213 pounds in a manner which,
informant says was 'highly gratifying to
the s.pactatins, and "creditable to the enterprise
and shill of all concealed ht it' design and exe
cution. The ball alter spritting a large piece
of timber letigiliwisc, into iiirelling wood, gin'.
-ed (foul a mound Nand over one of Ilio
and was totting away on its course at the lines;
Accounts. with undindnisted velocity. Nf
ItPLIV tt) " st,p THAT ball'.TiMeS
l'ansT Birta.7 Dissolve half a poond Nom
it-. a gallon of wartnan,1 soak the bands or feet
before going to ror fifteen minutes. Try it
Ilan or t,';111,1.
DatuGH.At 'rumpaloe, Upper Canada, a
Ire, Etatteis Ileum, lately ilettented her hes,.
baud with 1 wattling blighter, !, ,4 6eeorttl
olevett teethe. anti nuking 16111 LIU" happy
althUr Ur twentyetitio children.
' A NEW IDEA.--11. is stated that tying a piece iWog-re--,01 -u'i. tio,,-ey-,-- it;Cle----hizI;;;;;11"--0-r
of twine tightly mental a horse's ear, dose to the thunder atortn, the blowing ternpot4
.iiis head, will make him go, however disposed she engulphing floAd, the ot orspreading
AVAttincile boil, ?need (tom the stir.
he may be ta act olistinntely; and to refuse to
face of nature the impress of time, end
:draw a vehicle. It acts like a charm. left naught in the change to remind us
of age.Surely there are scatted in life
CiimnittN.Tell ma not of the trim
which seem treated to awaken in man
oreeitielY arranged homes, where there
kind the reeenlleetion, that even Tune
Hre no ehildren"oliere," tie the good
Gorman hie if, tithe fly (bp,. alwevr CAA 10PA lig power. Who wilt not feel
44,14 stenight on tho whir1;11 the nothingnetoi of the pleamores, the
ner not of the never dii,torbed nighte e"'" "Yr tVe'n the "n""" nf ntir Pot'
ty span, when f.-)r a moment lie dwelle
and days ; t3rthe tranquil, 10181110All
heartsos hero children kite not 1 l earn with 1144 brio anti mon, npen theihoollita
not for ilicte 'Lingo, Ged fiend,' chit, of On eternity? Yea, it will. sober tho
goy it will comfort toe greaved. Ed
Iten for another mirptise than merel)
to keep iiifil,e f ttee-10 ,,,,olago our trard Extra&
flout.. to make us unseltiph. and lull --7-
of kindly ilopntiwtes Hilil AllePtiow4-- A RoYAL NI'Sr,-4t R table where
to gite our wails biglivr arD1.4. mid ctill the present Emperor .of Atislio, who.
lout ell our faculties to tAiet.si ent,.(..1 only heir, 141 the throne WAS A guest, a
question nrose ae to which was the
. mien) anti exertionto bring round nty.:
1 lirestilo brne!ht faces anti happy 1.11,or r tArntige!st part of the human frame. One
i arid loving, tender hearts.
i hiee4es Mc Groot nitliet every day
my sort,. evil that lia tholiahl the leiri. heoeuee
whole ber!y; another
l'ihat lie haw gladdened ilto earth with In- epolie op f)r the OTAIP, because 01'11161m
they entrind On
1 tlo childrenlNlary Hewitt. bur they were capehle of ?eriorming; a--
. nother raid thu head becatibe it directed
TIIIIVGIITR The mind of a thmk- the whole. When the prince was op
i ing mini reseinhice the soda benefit!' peatod to, he said that Air his part, he
i whose surface lie many precinus seeds: gave Ina voice in favor of the no8e.
rainy rain calls firth buds, and eyeril When the laugh which the odd Oea of
t wam .of the MIA roduce9 flowerg. a prince Conti every body laughs at the
iVtuits feii.,ot in their dee time. The odd idea of e prince) had coaRed his
eeder highness was sake& for an expianation
!flower garden of a mind morely,
The flowers when he pithily said :---Why, Prince
I wither away under the rays of the sun
i es but duringthe night.
Metternich has led my father by the
. nose.for the last twenty years and it
I and are followed by nofruit.
7"is still Re good a nose as ever, and not
mouton tn 'twittery. that tend to tenon'
utit stiOtoss-tsf-oteritily et
pertobable works of mon ate no w het t.
to be seen. No city lies in triflolity
tome, to show the outlineo of fittleri
greatness : no reninsn, of a toatictuar
te to etanda to ehow the worship that
has passed away. Ws see du fa144
ectirdia of ilie deeds of thit-te whose
times are learnt in history'', page. We
stand 0OGn the mountain end we scar
cely know that man oxi-tt upon the earth
l'his it; nut the bind where Or htIVe
died or science been forgot; itfle rocks
never echoed die eloquence Or elettotel
or 11,e poett.; eaters ste
itine the proud slops of the inert.
chow, enti rooter yielded tuition the
:mit of hot indultry. it is not here that
!Ito ringer of 'rime can be reregnized.
in vain would he set hie mnrk on snowe
Ihot never fail or disturb the fast bound
1;461 of 0.1itittantuto tee. In vain be
virettlies out idle heed where tho rush
ttirrent and the wavering. waterfall,
west with an eiernity ot youth, filit41 On
In their beatilttog course, regardlesa of
the blighting power flint withers
strength or lulls tn rest the creation anti
the creature nf mortality. Hera may vve
pause & say that Tinlg cberehrovu
nn instant. Changes they hie; but the
work of an hour ime defeated the slow
progress of decay. The lighinteg of
the thunder etorm, the blowitiy. tempest
she engulphing floAd, the ovetspreading
eva!enclic. boio ?traced (tom the sur
face of tinture the impress of time, and
left nought in the change to remind OS
of age.Surely there are scenes in life
which seem trotted to awaken in man
kind the reccollection, that even Time
can leen its power. Witt' wilt riot feel
the nothingness of the pleasures, the
cores, nay, even the sorrow of our pet.
ty open, when Utr a moment lie dwells
with his heart anti soul upen theihoughte
of on eternity? YON, it Witt sober the
gay it will comfort toe grooved. Ed
ward Ert reit.
A Roym, a table where
!the preNerit Etimeror,of Ausria. when
only 1101, to the throne was A guest, 8
glif,stioh arose as to which was
strimgest part of ills human frame. One
' said that ha thought the beeause
they retried tho whole bor!y; another
spoke up fir 010 OTAIN because 01'11161o.
bur they were capable of priurrning; a
. nother said thu head because it directed
the whole. When the prince was op
peatod to, he said that fur his part, he
gave his voice in favor of the no8e.
When the laugh which the odd Oea of
a prince Cried every body laughs at the
odd idea ofa prince) had ceased his
highness was asked for an expianation
wheri he pithily said r--.6,Why, Prince
Metternich has led my father by the
11088SO the last twenty years and it
; is still aa good e nose-as ever, and n
The more Jaen, the moreoirendere. g bit the w0180 for the ()mein.
-HINTS TO FARMERS AND ME,'-,':
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We third( theie ie epe radical error iii-:7 -
Americau eociety, viz: universiirdispet : .
gluon to underrate the mechanical pro-.
ressions, shoe contrasted witt What are' .:
termed the êslearned - profeosioes" ond-::
with almost ell the other avocattoers.---, : ,
Does the rich and respectable. utss,. '
chanic,the artisae,the architect ha who
mare our public and private edifice .
the builders of Out canals aud raasPays .
never permit acottrue ot cooduottolitta .., ,.
irvitittsitrh toes directly16 ta:tris away,
from the respeat174r.yrOthirproftiestuli ,.-- -a
by which he has gainetl 'ttll he possess .
Nes! When lie comes to decide upen ..
the busiaoss his Sone whall Versue:- la
it out often the ease that an overween
ing dieposition is dieptayed . to male ,
them lawyers, doctore. merchants,
any thing but bring them up at the res .
opectable ceiling of the their parent.
And let us ask, the same true ot eves
r3r class in the rommunityl
The sone of Allitifican citizens meet
be educated for:gentlemen. They must
not learn a trade, or en art upon which
they can always depend for a respecta
ble living. TWs would be to lower rath
er than ta raise tlioin in the scale of pub
lic opinionmid hence it le that thou.
, sands and thousands ahoy, ard crowd
I ed into the "prefeeeioris" and 6'behind
counters"---to become, te the mid, gen..
teel paupers, living upon the products of
other men's labor rather than relyieg
upon their own hands fur a good liveli.
We repeat, it its a wrong estimate or
the comparitsve reepeciahility of the dif
ferent pursuits, that causes so danger.
ou. au error. We would tiOt altifi3 gm
friend, nor deride leerningnot 0 wo
entertain the east dierespect to any pro
feseronbut we would have our t.011d
Wight litillsOrbble bed made to feel that
it is fsr mote henorsble to learn ar)m.1
liandcraf; try tio practice of which they
can live in Indepeodance rind honor
than to be c.owited into the always overs
flowing rar.k of prolessirioN.10 wilier,
will not yield their bread --atid but too
ofien lead to the emire prostration of
lite better feeling of the human heart...
it low cunning, dorlicity end knavery.'
VS to ate the props bed pillars of our
n04'11.01(1(.0 Who ore ttlei hone
mit ino.ele eocleiy1 say Its
mechanics and.husbanduten (date hind.
Frew the ranks of these two, have
sorting statesman, philosophers, and bit
gos, who have ehed irrpertebehle lustre
upon tbe age in which they have lived.
If the antount of useful attainment could
be correctly estimated, we entertain no
doubt that the Funks of , the intelhgent
mechanics and agriculturiets, would C8r
ry off the palm by inimenee majorities.
Then wily should the almost omens
sal effort to disgrace these professione,
by a simultaneonv rush into other ranks
any longer plevail? Better. infinitely
better; vvotild it be that our hardy athlet
le youth should shoulder the aa & away
into the forests, than by a false estimat
of true respectability, they should be
thrust Into wrong channels', to decrease
society, and weaken the bonds of the
body politic. There they might live
to the nobility of naturecultivate their
OWn fields and slumber benesth their
owit cottsge; and..petliaps ,becotne the
founders of new communities of MOM!,
physical ono ,intellectual giants.
A HAPPY ILLUsTRATIoN1 preach..
er the course of his sermen delivered
in ono of the churches of this place on
:Sunday evening last, got on the subject
of the different denominations intowhich
the profe,sorii of earistianiti are Mi..
clod ntid remarked that some persons,
on account of this division objected ,.te
' the whole system of ebriationity. saying
that from the divursity ofdoetrins taught
all could not be right, and therefore ars
gond that there waa good reason for re
jecting the whole The preacher in
reply kaid, that objecture might
with the same propriety say that no gold
is good, or.worth having because every
Piece had not the stamp of the American
eagle upon it. Gold sold he. has the
ham the same ictnnsie value whether it
bear the imprese of the American Ea
ale or ilto English, or French, or Mex..
Iran. or any other coat of arms: and so
that of religion. True religion is the
name thing by whatever name it is Cal4
ted. We were struck with the Mesita.
as twinge very happy one, and
thought such doctrines would in addi.,
lion to answering the objections Of the
sceptic, much tend to promote that spit
it of liberality and charity' which is le.,
our mind, the esseutial principle of true.
FLIER TRADE TO Tan LAnyEltgjk.
man from the country applied lately to
a rebpeolabIn solicnor In this town (Or
legal advice. After detatliug, the cis'.
cumvtances or the case, he was asked
if he lod stated the facts exactly asthey
occuired"0, aye, sir," rejoined ths
opplicant, "I thought it beet to tell yeat
the plain truth; you ten put the. ties to it
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