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HI OK V MI'SSKAY, Editors.
If thou hast truth to utter, Speak! and leave the iest to God." Gallaiier.
l.OWIJNU-GKKKN, lMKE COUNTY, M0M SATURDAY, SEPT. 13, 18-15.
THE H A NN E It.
W readers will recollect that
since, we published n no-1
(..-. n! tii-' death f Gen
Iimii tin p1" of the notorious Rrown-1
,i ;Mr :u.t ii.vi!, i!.-,.!.'
I, i; lli. v ' n.1 . . . - .. i
j01s which it on'ained-thev will An afiray took place in Washing
TCineii.her that this fowl fiend, "wear-; '!" 1Clh ,,f 1,e"
in-tlie liverv of Heaven.- bul ..r-; t-fi Ktiftis r.!li..t, brother of the
ireful of nil the charities of life, and I former editor of the -Standard," in
the n.iM precept'' ol ihe God
he professed to serve, danced in al
most hellish delight over lhe fresh
mr.de crave of the patriot chiel.
n .. i 1. 1 .i. i. i f.ni. i. jd
ilOW IIU Utll Kit . iuiau u i"""
doom in the next world, as though (
and Hyena's ::s he is-
were stiff, red to pass judgment upon
the disembodied spirit ol one w.iose j
i! tnnpr hi'-h in alter aites,'
i .i ... ... . i . ;..;.-cit,i.l.. ,,f
?.:ove nit: waste ..u.i - " ' :
.. -I,;!,. Iiij nv.-n wi'.l live Oillv I V ;
h" iiutnortal infamy which clusters
arouadit. Notw i:iislandi:.g ail these i
il. ITS, lo' ills ili. .1:11 . ma ui'ii J"il '
". . . i.;j:,-i .. i.;i" :. ,. i,.,. , t.ii, ('(
:,r,i..teve,y.iiingho!y;w::ssop:a,n"ivucl,enkn,e , whet,!,,, hi m,c .1
who "ran nnlit reat
vet be became the candidate of the '
"Grand ibceif-v Whin pam" fori
('egress. livery engine which cor j
rup'i'in could use, was brought toi
I'ear. and the isu!t is ll.us aiiiiouru;
d ! v the Joi.e.-boiciib Seiitinel:
!.!FT UP Vdl'R TOPS. YLKV
URI.AS TING HILLS'."
S'i'iit, I) ini,crm i.' Hnv.u!.' II:'.
(!.: Wasihxutox sriiAir t v
ask i.kaMN'. i.'vi.k'.! We . aa scare;.
Iv write lor iii.. .iri! iluzz;;! l.ii:-
'tir pen, as u
linj along. v il very
t...-!i ill .-;'''e ol i s. Ci'o
io irioii.. ii p. hip. huira!! X1!
n et i!ie en "ny Mid ti.ey
G.orv to old ':.hil! 'Ii.1i
l,- is a
eiiicl; of the 'oh! blue ben.' M e Ii ive
o-.t Her.i.led H-'ioii we ha.e rout.-.i
Federal is : liore, toot ai.d dragooj s.
Rrownlow tie iioiuii.ee ol Doctor
WilliamV .' iu iln i.hl c-iu-i.s. i
b-!i;i J t " .iistiiiiee stand and lb
i'liis d -'.vn." H is the poorest
slioat in the j en." 'id V".'hiiigl"ti
lias ii.:irk-d iiim as the pig that s'.iei.s
the hilnhiiust tt-ut hotercd be her
lite of party drill in
ho:ils ol Ivini'. slanderous ein-u
lais. ail unnoticed and unanswered.
OiiJ Washington lets s; 'ken out in
li i.n.i.et nines to the w oi !.!, t!. :1 b.
.-il lil be br.lll.ie.
;.l l ives ! r i.er to lav la!'
beavv hand upon them. Nevei
Rrownlow and Ills ii.vriiii.loiis w:."-
so fi-ar'nil a wai iiire; never did lh.-y
so Iee'ua'.!v b t l .ose iqiori us a'.:
tae agencies that leap from Patidor
fabled box; never letoie did the inju
i i- -
niiinv evil sriirits, which only have a '
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mmts iirw.i nir.fr enu.si a'-.onsi. us
world ul evil :.nu .
The democracy of old XWhingto",
in. li.in.K-,.,! bv i.'ll the dreadful artil-l
lerv of tei era ism. cit hercil into sol
id column, and like a wave 'f ' . jut rt-ur.i k :
., .-..!. , moveJ ufclo the ballol t box--, t.You,Iist,ls:lv :mractc.d :lud soon
Welt done, democrats or Washing- .,
ton 'well done, good and faithful ser- decided. It forgets that the lancitu.
vants.' In the name of Tennesseee, ; prefeience of a moment may not sale-
in the name of the great republi- , y ,(..tnrmine the prospects of a life,
can party of the Union, from the ! Jt u unir,in,fui th5t, looking to this
lottom of our hearts we thank you. occasions will come
Our matoritv is 331 votes, which is, I"""11'" "
.ince lhe division of parties, the j for which the graces of the ball-room
HK.W'ILST LVFR GIVF.N. I aic no sort of preparation. It ra.h
Rr.nvnlow has fought with all his hell- j v takes the eyes which can spu kle
ish engines for an endorsement of his ; . ni(irn:n,r iili:in,-v. for th. se
abominable character, but whiggery,
corrupt as it is, in this enlightened age
DARhiD NOT GlVi: IT.
" The Catholic Cathedral, in Saint s. wild as to mistake the flatterer of
Louis, was robbed upon the night of: the hour for the same being who will
, . .. , i I be the ministering angel of s.ckncus
the 27th ult. 1 I.e th.eveK only .sue-; ,t c(,g 1() ,)e romil(1
ceeded in obtaining the contents ' ! oif. if there is iiny en er:! er0ir ic n t in lifo,
the charity box, which contained '25 I w,j(., js not to be formed under the
dollars. ! arbitration of caprice, it is that which
c. I is not dissolved till the parting tdiall
(rtrWe learn from'a reliable source, come at the laden bier and in the open
that Judge Hunt bas'resigncd bis scat grave.-It must be conjured to re
in the Convention. " XV'e are not ad- member if there is any step in li.e
vised of the cause of his resignation, which requires beyond others to I.e
l W'lt 'v. " made reveiently, discreelly, iulvise.l-
v t ,, Iv soberly, prayerfully, and in the
Not so Mr. Whig.Hcre again , J, is'llial s'lP,, wl.id, ,!:.y
you are as much mistaken as you ()V(i lvjs lll0st incohiuU'ialely
were in relation hi'- elcgibili'v. I Io t j(.,en."
lias not resigned, nor does lie intend
any sncli tiling. He will cerluinl y
(without providential interference.)
aticnd the Convention and take his
scat, and cairyout tnc wishes o! Ins
i whom'"11, Louts, aim young lvemiau enit-si
son of Am. is Kendall, which result
ed in the death f the latter. Politi
cal dill'erence is said to have been the
cause of this outbreak. Elliot is now
! It s. ems is not disposed to suc-
eo:::t :;iict:v to the treatment wnicii .
-i.i. . . .. i - l
he is said ta have received in Frank-
11 Will Ut (-f 11 ..'III
letter that lie constJers i
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iimsetl llic victin) ol apolitical con
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i.aevauout r ranuioi i. vuu inai oiu j
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To th' Kdi'i r of Hi" Kij. Yenm in:
Li r.ANoN, K".. Aug. l.r!b, '-15
Siit: lam .-ilteiidiu the Circuit
Court at t
aid on Suieiay I
Ii.n e to l'o l!ia len!.i;r
, .ieaile co
to a'teii.l a Chancery ai
( ou t t.ieie. i ne v.'i'cn
r) t Otil l eoiiiiiicii.
e;, win' re 1 i
as ...o!i a- ,
I r-ublh at,;
, iihiM also be. I nit' lel.
1 1. s:ble. to prepa. e aia
! addie.-s io the pub'i.
wbii'h w ill. I j
: in co:i!i lent. e.cu
i re: -Ui e iu relation
t.ite in..' iroiu a!! i
o Miss Cu.-diiiian.
that 1 ii.:. V follo.v it
! v ;i se i i
1 IH'Hiii . .....nil i i ".nv .
. -, -i I- , ,-;
towards n,e. and the ob ect ol i
r .i i.. . . ,. ...i i.',
a ho have
'.I w .
.dive in pro.iueitig and l.t i j iag
i'.e excitement, wi-h Io attain
'Ciiiutted, u-e vour pap-er.
thioij"h w hi.-h I wil
ibbe-s tin- pub
e I am .lone, ii I am no!
iir.-nt! v mistaken.
. 1 1 t h
ts, thio'.v other
1 on, s. e.
Total amount of deaths in St. I
is. etaiing August 2itL, was 50.
r-y A New paper, called
lias just been issued ill
. liiio. Tho editor s.ivs of it: i
The 'iV.etoiiian is ec.ited and pub- j
:sh-d by Samuel JV.c, at J'lt.rlnn.
1'd.r comity, Ohio, upi.ti the tnrt:j.'
which cr.. sses the Scio'o liver, a-
ooundiu" with the t.. "St delicious fish
called tlii il;r; and that the court-
bouse in the said P.eton, J'ifx conn-
ty, on the turn.-, lias a noble '." i oi..-. d, bi.t s . will not those say wl..ji. k-iow that my Redeemer liveth;"
7 . ' i . . iii.: . ... i ... : i' . i. . .. .. :...!...
nS :i vane, to show thai the vuni nimrs
favor of 1'inc all the time!''
Ymith a.m. Mauki
a(.k.. On this
;.,o,.(t I r. la Irey has the H
licit ween meekly iu sorrow, and kin
dle wi'h a steady encouragement in
j the midst of care, and hold a light
i which can cheer, when all other light
on the earth lias waxed dim. It is
Vc have delayed thus long in giv
ing the returns of the election of
numbers to the Convention, in the
hope that we i-hould have been able
to have furnished an entire list before
this, lb-low wiil be found all the re
turns which we have received; from
which it will be seen that eleven
Whigs, (our Natives, and foity-seven
Democrats have been elected.
1st District St. Charles and Lin
coln Messrs. ('oiilrr and 1'evilt.
2nd. Pike and Rails-Messrs. Hunt
3rd. Mai ion and Mi on roc Messrs
Urn! rij and Anderson.
5th. Sullivan, Putnam, Grundy,
M.iecr, Gentry and Harrison Si
monds and Griflin.
7th. Ruehanan, IV Kalb k. Clin
Ion Messrs .'.'tew art and Rassett.
8th. Cl.iv Rav Platte M-ssis.
M ... I P SV Tl.lt
!'"iinn, .on, ni'u.u.
9th. Livingston, I. inn, Cario.l,
Caldwell and Daviess XX'ilcoxsoii
. ... i
an I S;.ick.
,n.., n,.,. ,,,,! .,n,i rwiton
pie'iile ani! Jackson.
t i . i. i , i .: v"i.n... i
in. .u;i'-im, .vu.im. oncm) -om
:p l t i IT l l 1- I l
Ivi'inio'p h Head and Kinetic ow.
uj,-ajn S'onr i
and ! ltd mil .
1 3th. Calloway and Montgomery
l'nrs!;r: and Yming.
1 l:h. Cole, Miller and Morgan
Morrow and Weils.
1 j; b. ( rawl.-r: . ashinnton. Jei
f.-rs.., , GM-onade.Os.-iL'e and Pubis -
Ii Pi'.k;n D.v;. Harrison k. F au-'
lit'':. S.. I leve. St. C l-in-
o , i'errv II -.nne atii Alexin-
lV ' C.i'.e Gir.s.-J. -.ui and Wayne i
-C ii ii
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.Madrid. Sin bud ir Land Dunkhn-
unter and Gib
, i.i . . 1
.He i-.n , Ikiol'V, ( heon
- I o'ij ail .tl ' .lu'Miiei , .
G.-.-elie, Taney aiidOillk
il!. 1 Ni U S.
Jlst. Liui.-nee. Jasper, Aewt-..n
an. I Iburv .Ion. -s and Massay.
2Jnd. I'o'ik. Hickory, Camd-n. .V
D. A.-...-k an I Ibm.'h.
.'3d. St. CI aii. Iletuv. Rites, Ce
dar and Dub- .M'-IIcnry fc. Finch.
'.'lib. Johnson. Jackson, ';iti Hu
reti and Lafiiyette I'.wiii'j, H'- d
snn. Simpson and Mitchell.
'.'jth. Pettis. Saiuie and Rentoli
M ir.i.aduke and Shields.
2i;th. ( oopcr .v. .vK'inteati- i h"m
i as and RiookiiiL'.
i." .to;.. ( U'..rr.,n.V..IU
1 i i ' t j rv i i tv .i i n-
.'ill i J"ni
St. Louis -Polk, L-'be,
i i ii .-;. ,i.i -,...t H.mit.
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POX LR IX.
It is riot necessary to I ecapif.il:. i"
I the horrors Ilrive witnessed in the
J region of poverty. It is said that
the cr.is of iiestiU'tice and famine are
have visiici i;ie uweoiii-s oi in.;
eratives ol our great niiinulacturing
the mantels are g'ui-
and the nulls and manufactories
.ne c osed. 'estiier.ee sun r;i:ri s
fiercelv as ever, iuth; form d ty-
Im-, engendered by want. In the
mission I have called myself to, I
have stood upon the mud iloor, over
the corpse of the mother and the
new born child both the victims of
want. I have .seen a man (God's
image) stretched on straw, wrapped
only in a mat, resign his breath, Ironi
starvation, in the prime ol age. I
have entered, on a sultry summer's
night, a small house, situate on the
mi is ol a common m-wci, neieu.
me hundred and twenty seven tut
man beings, of both sexes aid all a
ges, were indiscriminately crowded.
I have been in the pestilence hovels
of mir great manufacturing ci'ies,
Niherelife was corrupted in evciy
possible mode, from the malaria of
the sewer to the poison of the gin
bottle. 1 have seen in sheds of the
peasant, worse than the hovel of the
Russian, winre eight squalid, dirty,
boorish creatures were kept alive by
eight shillings per week irregularly
paid. I buve seen the humanities t
life disecraled in every way. 1 have
seen the father snatch the bread from
his child, and lhe mother ofl'er the
.in bottle for tho breast. 1 have
seen too, generous sacrifices and ten
der considerations, Io which the boas
ed ehivalries id'Sydliey and I'dward
.M-re childish .fUhr.ti'n. I bine
found wrong s) exalted, and right so
debased 1 have seen anil known so
much misery, that the faith in good
has shivered within me. Douglass
Jcrrold's Mag. (English.)
It is midnight solemn, beautilul
midnight and the bright eternal
watchers, in the vault above, are
looking down as if with smiles upon
the lonely city as it sleeps in silence
beneath hem. Yet - iris not still;
ever and anon a vehicle rolls along
bearing some gay reveller to or Irotn
a scene of festivity, and the footsteps
of a solitary passenger, a wanderer
perhaps without a home, or a dwell
ing place, fall with a lovely echo up
on the ear. How many at this hour,
within the bounds of this metropolis,
ire sutlering beneath the combined j
pressuerol !iease and want? Upon
how many brows does the h:imi i
sickness pres very, very heavily? &z
how many disenthralled -piri'.S are at
this moment p:;: l;iig nom tnoir trail
tenements, to appear before the judg-j
inent seat of the Most High? The i
last is a solemn thought, and will, ei-1
ther bv day or ni'dit, often arise un-
tudden. At such a moment as t.iis, :
when a hush and slumber has fallen
upon the visible world, we seem to '
hear t.he waves of time beating a-
i ... i .
'o'""1- ilni1 Ininying us onward to e-
terinty. At such an Hour, n not .'i
any other, we realize the frail nature
of the tie which binds us to exis
tence, our own nothingness, and ye
our own immortality Fitly years
hf-nce. and who will bee keeping mid-
4 ,u" "I, T
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w li,MC !" m 1,11 " "K 1111 " "u
j is now wiiting, and the heart whieh
'dieial-s? M uiiat moment will it he
tin i- illllll' TiTi: it. T 1 lilt' IM f
t ret i u 1 1 1 H is with weakness, or
"'i ved with slrength or p.ision
inai uie lauei ii oomc in'n "
w, or elated with i-iiduiing joy ?
Where then wiil be the h'gh hopes o
our lives, their glorious aspirations,,
i and liieir lu illiiiut ilieams.
":'v- a grasp witlun the lu.ure wmi.n
- . - . 1 1- . . I I
j.-iitii can .niy uncia-p, an.i wnose
power eternity idone can icreal?
. 1 1: ii ifs..- i" jr i .s:i ..in. i.i i .
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enien's w bich comme ttiem to ttie
earth.' A voice that will no l"e stil
led ulteis a b n i ib ni.il, and if a
scheme .'f redemption and eveilns'
inu' life, as glorious and creat as it is
perfect, had not been revealed to a
guilty w oi 1.1, innate evidence would
imt be wanting to shadow forth the
t of a more extended :t'..l
perfect sphere ol existence
i quiet ol au hour like this, who cth
'.lout t it.' The memory of the' dead
: ileepei lectin
i . - .
wlp'in wo .aw. loVfil as we
iijiim sh ill love ihe things of this
woihi. an.i who have loved us with .".
r . . l-
i . ..v.iti.i,. :..i ! lerviir w ild which we
! never again shall behoved," pa s
1 1,,.!',.!., the vision of any who are now
: thinking of the past, or dreaming of
the luiure. they likewitse point us
1 1,, ;) world to come, and call up the
enthusiastic voice of the ancient sect
aim ;is ii seems io u.u .iw.ij i;i iae
: dist.ince. sti.l li.ig.-rs upon cur eat s
tlio assertion, in m v llesh shall 1 see
XVithwh.it thoughts and e-
motions a s
ma .....imgui uou. .s
lraichl, ami well ii.iprove.J is it, u it
leads us to look upon lile, and death
and eternity, r.s reason, reycliilion y
ht, iind well improved is it, if it
religion teactu , j lior than life it l:."
f,r,g Simps and Tippling llmsrs,
are intimately connected with i.Ue-! Rev Dr. P.eecher, desciibing
ness, gumblin'g and other vices. X'a- in a public address the character of
erancy and crimes originate in tiiese ministers needed at the west, said:
establishments, and pauperism is. "When the stron.Mloctrinal, pun
there created. Drunkenness is the cent and discriminating preaching ot
entering wedge to crimes of every P.iMer and FdwariK '.'ives place t
descrii'tion. Agiiinst such evils ev- ' moonshine and nocturnal rainbows
lerv community should protect itself,
and they fo not well periorm their can compieuen.i, iieiivieu i.v men
dutviis good citizens who do not . with rings on their lilly finger:;, hold
heartily join in the effort. St. Lou , ing cambric handkerchiefs to eyes
is New Iii:.. j that never wept for sin, then f.ire-
A free negro, named John Renneti, ; ,(( the true revivals of religion, fare
attempled a lew weeks ago to run , we t(, ti,e s llVntion of the souls of
oil' a slave from Memphis. He put m;m!"
lhe slave in a box maiked Queens -
ware, but the poor fellow being near-
v sullocated, was obliged to cail lor
help whilst stowed away among the
freioht. The b.,x was q.ened, and;
' . , if.....',, ti... ,
t ie wave epo.scu H.-.M.O.. i.
l-iiier has been arrested- Hepo, ter.
All politeness is owing to liberty. !
We polish one another, ami tub oil',
our corners and rough sides by a j
,i t of amicable collision.
is inevitably to biire.
t.j-r up n mi'.mi'.-' ni
The Printer is thejnosl curious be-.
ing living. ll;.-niay. have u 'Rank'.
and 'ipioins,' and yet not be worth a
cent, have small cap, and have
neither wife nor children. Others
run fast, but ho gets along swifter by j
setting fast. He may be making im- j
-e.v.un.v without eloquence: may j
use the Iry without offending, and be !
telling the truth, wltile otliers cannot
stand while they srt binding r.mi e
ven do both at the same time, have
and w.w fuinitur-; and yet own no
dwelling, may make and put away;,
and never see a pie, much less cat it,
during life, be a human being and a
Hal at the same time, may press a
jreat deal and not ask a I ivor, may
handle a slini.lin irnn, and know
nothing about cannon, cun or pistol,
,e mnv move the I c.r that moves the
world, and vet be as far from mov
ing the ;lobe as a hog with I. is no;e
under a mole hill, sprral shed. whh-
lHi bei;i" a house wife, he may lay
,;s forin on a anJ yet be obliged
l() Keep 0n the bare tloor,us? the dig
,r(V. (t) without shd linir bl P :" l
ronl the earth handle the stars (
he mnv be of u rolling disposi'bm c
never desije to travel, he may have
a sicrp'x fu-1 and not be deformed,
never be without a . and !.n w
nothin" about law or niivsic, be al-
-j . . . .
ways correclinu his error and grow-
ing Worse every day, have rmhrttrrr
(vvw.) vvjthout ever having the
arms of a lass thrown arounl him.
distribute the mctntic all around him,
,;.jv, an,i as close-fisted and unchar-
jtalle as the veriest "miser, have hi
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Jorm l"'l"i up amrsiia i.e iree ironi
Jail, Watch-house, or any ottier con
finement, his nflice mav have a bell
jn jt an,j nol suc, a bad-place a
nil I... I... ..1'i.r.i.f t.v ll.rt ,!r-
" "L u i""-" "
, ; c 1... .. ,.' . '.--t.-.r. ,.r iim ..t Liri.l
, w,.lt stranger stiil he be
ione-,1 or ii lonesi. rieu or toi.
drunk or sober, industrious or biv
,e n.,v;lvg .,,,,,. up to his bnsiross.
i The Pmston Tini s, rtlernng to
j t;ie , tl, .,.,(:,.,, v I;ingn:ige used uy V.
! j ri-.i- whiVh r.:sil the DOoi.le'ot
i i .exin--ton
to cxp rt fir prfss tinu
".U r.' inilammatory language was.
never used by any t.ilem:igogu.' ; a
more direct appeal to the basest pas--ion
was neer uttered; a more
iincurd'i attempt ;it kindling the
tlame of i. volt wus never wade; lor
Cnins "f. C!:iv. with all his tio-s' V)
-,..., , las n,,t' sIunk fr..m ;--
,,r ii.il ,,.m.r t!.i Inst r ri. I
violence ol his tellows by pointing
out to them the fragility of the safe
uuar.is that surround unvt:i in her
home, and the attractions which
should induce the !aw!c.:s to tracs-gtes-i
tloe basrieis. I: matters not
wb. the. thi-ii I'm: his appeal is ma !c.
as ii appears on a natural construc
tion to be, to the colored ra", or ap
plies, as he pretends in a lame and
impotent attempt at explanation, to
lh base and turbulent am ng the
whi'e population ; in either case, the
tendency of his sentiments is to cre
ate a violation of the drar. st i i jhrs
of humanity, ar.d ihe in st solemn
and salutary reslii.-ti.:s of the law.
,.,,wardly and more depraved suci.
A thousand times haser af. l m
n i,lc-n.Ii:irv th-infii. wholi.es the
0ru! n);1f in t,e stillness of the
,ni... ,tK, ;lUrr niav ,ie.str..y life,
; ,ie f,,,-,,,,.,- :,u -c h,.l,i ,o;,rer and
: and mysticism which no niim in mmd
; well to lhe tire ot the alter, lureweli
ivx ,. .-. "' , w ilh rest.ect t me. the acti n .5 ve
' I,'alt l,c wax V'.'rv w rong.-Johnson.
V , , ,7 '
beeses fights they draws out lilt. el
, - .i . i
clubs what they carries in their tails.
and when they puts in the licks they
eives each other real whacks; them's
culled lircs u-harks.'' 'Taint no such
thing.' "Ti 1 tell ye cos Uncle
me so am
a knows sill about it.
W ai, its qu o,
What is Kclips?? A racer that
pltS:f f,frre n Hy railed Henry,
What is lenjitude? A clothe.'
prove it p stretches from pole to
What are slars! Separate 1-oi'ici,
yc en Tree, MacreaJy and For-
When do thev fol Hi ni hil lir I When
their prospects are clovib.-d.
What are celestial globes? A
What are the l ei H of Jupilei.
His suspend?:-:. 1 suppose.
Tho rings of Saturn, what? Tro
phies of female conquest.
What. a tranvt? Part f tho
p!ias" S;c'lr.itisit gn.ria m'm-.iW
When is right ascension? Whfn
von get np in the morning good na
tured. . I
What is l.itit'.i'b. ? A cross grairA
ed chap that fools his time t:nling
whereon In meets Longitude.
Depend u-.n i betuty, grace,
wit, accompli, hiuent, have fir less to
do with family joys ar.d family com
fort, than prudence, economy, ihrilt
and good sen-. A husband ic.ay
get tired of a.iriiiriiig. kit nkvkr
with the comfortable cor.c:r.L-snfss
th-u his receipts exceed his demar is.
CLOSING. APPLIALTO A JURY.
Gent'emen of the jury: I qo.v.-?
from Shuki-pearo when I say to yoi. ,
'Toh:or nt,t to h' i.tcsF.r that's
the question- My cliant is a i.a
tional stuiap tuaciiine he Giag his
f I wrath in pail-fn!!-; atld it i. danger
ous to run a sn ig agamsi m inter-
Let tue be made toil-ler tor a
fool and ciiowdur for a powder-tvri.
il he is guilty i. 'ih.str.n.!i:;g tiie
criii.inal ab.-ui Jitse.-. ii'legeJ ngatcst
him iu this h.v:!-.!:.-:.t.
Do vou '
eve that niv c.iett
piesof humanity t..il Ol the bg
nf human nature so w;-app(d u; in
the mo, ;d ins-risibi:ir.cs ul .'.is Lan:,
as deliberately to pick up tit-r a;iJ
throw it ;:t th". nr.--::! pr-t-.bernni-of
ihe prosecutor? N...' Not v.'. i'e
you can dis 'i t i; a Ft:.r in t'i. t r.' rt1--ern
sky while ;!e wn'- is oi :h?.
Ohio roll Hid tlie rice of P. i.V.-.h.'es
iies,-e on the R ;!. v M mU ;.n--, t'.i
immutable ;. ,:..
my client is . '.
Let every on.
v. i:; rt
it dive ia'- his
w i'l lie I his pn-
own boson'1, at:
vale wi-bi s s
hones tri i'.v v.
Upon w inch c
ii.to i;iv he.i.l.
r.ot swerve fr.
fr p':y:i;ii :r -noi.ris.'imeti
lotiiei s ex r".' i;s ...
s;.'.cratwa it cone
t ii .'lire i:i th.s doe -
be, .;t:r .l p' tv;
ol 1 that li,- bi.-ib-iacrcas?
i 1 fi'i'iv
tiling is the corruption and .!
ti n i f ;.oo her. Montaigne.
. '. l-v ii !!
lit: for v.!
t ) its imt.
. r ci un'ry a n
it: f : ;:::!
and the main
;. wi'l be s i: i' to tin I ::
;:c!i lea.-. :., ivs Stiuci
g:it .- v.i::;dr"W itself in
e -ii ibl.- f c tress of c-'.i-
st mcy, whence ii it looks wi'h coi.
o iupt . ii i.it 'uii.'an ti.itigs, t'.edarti
uhicli 1 irtiiu,- aiid the world throw
at hi. ii, will I ill inr.cxioi;s a! !::s feet.
Equity isa roguish thing; 'for law
we Live" a measure, anil know whtit
to trust to. equity i-5 according to the
conscience ol him that is chancellor,
ni l : s that is ar:er or narrower, s.
is equity. 'Tis all cne as if they
should make th. chhr.ccllov's foot the
standard f. r the ni.ciMire, we call a
chancellor's foot, what nn unceif.ia
measure the- winthi be!
One chancellor ha-a long foot, an
other a short foot. Jur'third ari iii.li:
ferent foot: 'tis the srno thing ia fi?
chancellors conscience. SjiJei:.
The morality of an action dop-1'!."
upon the motive from which wo.: '
If 1 tliii'' h ilf-a ciow :i at a beg tar
with intention to break his'ne
he ricks it on and buys victuals w.ih
- . .. - . i. -
it, the phys'etM ettect w goo.t ; uu ,
r ,, , "
Evrri) Sun Ini
0t nations, every d -y m l ie v.,,-.
is set apart f ir public worshb
1 Sun lav bv the Ch -istians, Mo ki t ;
hy the Grciius, Tuesiay by t fie
Persians, Weilne-s lav by the Assvi-
r.ns, Tunis I iv by to E 'vptiaa, F-.
day !' ti.e Turks, ai.d