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CfeS nsPf fatrifll. :
ClILY 8; TET-V7EZZ1Y 5: WEEKLY $3
W. ay. SMITH. THOLCALltlStJU I. T.
cstmr, CAMP & CO., Proprietors.
Wt HT. SMITH and ISA P. J02TE3, Editors.
09m Ala 10 t i s i
!loveiiietitsi of We tern Produce
It is obvious tbat real and permanent relief from
the monetary pressure, now felt gereralljr and with
more or less severity in oil oar commercial centres,
can oiil be expected through the prompt tod gen
era movement of western produce to tbe sea-board.
Tbe wheat of the West, now ready or nearly read
for market, is tbe substantial means of liquidation
to which the country must look for the payment of
lu debts, the resublisbment of confidence, and
the restoration of tbe equilibrium of trade now so
sdlv, and ale o unnecessarily, disturbed. After the
wheat will come the coro, then the cotton and the
provision crops of the country to keep up the ac
tivity of a system of business exchanges necessary
to the vitality of trade. Wheat, however, is now
the resource at bund sod the disposition snd means
to make It available should be looked after. Placa
it in the markets of tbe Atlantic seaboard and the
process of general liquidation will be immediately
commenced, aod be kept up by the gradual coming
forward of the other products of the country, the
BubetaotUl wealth which it is admitted abundant
crops have placed in its possession. The producer
will then be able to discharge his indebtedness to
bis local creditor, tbe latter will psy up to tbe At
lantic cities, and we, sending tbat produce on to
T A ! 1 1 . it. 1 . i , .
curvpc, win re-eBiaouen me current ot trade, give
etirity to our mercantile transactions, employment
to our ships, and in the act of demonstrating an
bility to do something, accomplish all tbat is need.
Unhappily the distrustjexisting has had the ef
fect to keep back tbe produce of the interior.
whilst there is also a tendency on the part of farm
ers to hold'on IqJ the hope of better prices at a
later season. We think that this effect is calcu
lated to exaggerate the evil it fears, whilst the ten
dency to hold back will in the end defeat itself.
If our Western shippers, in a distrustful mood.
hold back to see first "who is going to break
they may find that in withholding from the East
the means of substantial liquidation, dimeter will
become general, and prices under the inflm nce of
panic go below what is desirable cither for them or
others. A like effect must result from keeping
their products away from market. The crops, it is
admitted, sre quite equal to the wants of lb-coun
try and the demand likely to come from abroad.
If the mass of the grain crop is held back the rcj
salt must be beneficial oulv to the few who have
the ssgseity to come forward snd secure the best
prices now, whilst tbe greater cumber, catching
tbe infection that will arise and joiuing in the rush
that must ensue, will be thrown npon a filling and
overstocked market. Tbe truth is lint the system
of holding back, of forcing the pricrs ly a si (Di
lated scarcity, partakes of tbe nature of specula
tion, and cannot be free from its dangers. Tbe
few, more astute or more fortunate, make, the
greater number lose.
The relief which the country now wants, wo re
peat, is an early availability of its productive re
sources, and to effect this object should be the
business of the press in acting upon public senti
ment, and of our merchants and banks in affording
tbe necessary facilities. Let the necessary and
proper inducements be used to bring the wheat
crop promptly to market, and we will begin im
mediately to feel its recuperating effect and to see
the way out of our difficulties. The freight re
turns of our railroads are, at present, tbe true tber-
SDmeters of our condition, and we muot look to
them to learn where we are and what are our pros
pects. Baltimore American.
Important from Washington.
POSITION OF OUB GOTiaaif INT TOWARD TBS CtKTKAL
Washimgtoii, Sept. 22, 1857,
The demand of tbe Minsters of Costa Rica and
sriven oiience to several members of tbe Cabinet,
from the somewhat intemperate manner in which
it has been preferred. On two or three occasions,
when the actions aud motives of our government
were almost of openly assailed. General Cass re-
plied verbally that the Slates invadin Nicaragua.
bad in fact made war on the United States, by
steamers of an Important American enterprise and
highway, and in making them especial otjets of
aesirucuon. ne secretary remarked tbat before
Costa Itica could poib!v claim to be in amity with
our people, it would be necessary to make som
1st. The li ves of fourteen of oor citizens mur
dered in cold blood, in their place o( business, at
Virgin Bay, while in pursuit of their legal occu
pations. 2d. For the forcible detention, plunder and im
prisonment of some twenty more citixens, in the
lawidi aud peaceful employ of tbe American Tran
8 J. The seizure, detention aud destruction of
the Transit steamers, and the consequent stoppage
of an international highway up to the present
4th. Costa Rioa to answer with Guatemala for
the murder of unarmed and non-combatant Ameri
cans, ministers of the Gospel, women and children,
at Granada, and other points, and for tbe cruel tor
tore ol our innocent citizens io chains and prisons,
not recognized by usages of war among civilized
nations, but in the gratification of a lawleas barbar
ity. By these acts, says tbe Secretary of State, iu
his semt-offlcUl conversation wiih these Ministers,
Costa Elca and her allies have pUced themselves io
an attitude of war with tbe United States, aod
should preface this loud call for protection by somo
effort at re paration for the past and security ior tbe
future. From tble it would appear that Conla Rica
is not a State in amity with the United State aud
tioo ; but, nevertheless, the United States officials
have instructions not to permit the neutrality U
to be violated, and have bad such instructions for
two months past. I am also assured that (ieneral
Walker has written to the rreaideut to thetflVct
tbat he intends to return to Nicaragua, to resume
bis official duties there some time belur Cbriaiiuas;
that h does not conceive a public notification to
this iff. ct neceaeary, as no one could doubt his le
gal right to return, with his personal tuff aud
guard, as he is dt jurt tbe ouly actual i'tesiJeut of
tbe republic, although, unfortunately, the country
had been luvaded and was io the temporary milita
ry occupation of the allied enemies of Nicaragua
and the United State's. I further understand that
there are members of the Cabinet who support this
lew of affairs as Uken by General Walker. Tbe
promptoeaa oi Trepidant Buchanan in early trans
mitting instruction to oar government official to
Observe our neutrality laws with the Central Amer
ican otaiee came wun surprising rOct upon the
Central American Ministers, who were loud iu their
demands lor a public proclamation or tor some im
mediate opeo action by this government against ta
nllirtualrring general and bis imagined liuusanJsof
followers. Ctr- JV'. Y, IJtraLL
rBODiatoca Babt. Talk about yonr fat wo
men, fat bollocks, fat BrkbUirJ They tloo't
amount to a darkey's account, when couipar:d
with the bleatMd fat baby we saw at the 6u.it
Fait on Thursday last. It waa prodigious,
monstrous. Th youngster was only nine
mouths old, and vttghed vithin a imall Jrac
tion qf ont hundred pounds. Never saw any
thing like it before. Wouldn't Lava believed
that each a mass of ha man flesh could exist in
aoch a shape, if we hade't xo it. Uundreds
Of Peoule VUlteil th nminfor in FI.ral II. tl
It was brought there by U$ tuotber, a clever
Irish woman of medium height. It was pro
dlfcloos beyond concvpiioo. Of courso U wan
perfectly good naturd, and received the ad
ore, of ih. curioua with etocial iud aTerence.
uv ""cy a the woman that oor.e
11 V' ,t u'oulu out of the couotry
that bleaaed fat baby. "Uowlv M it .. r " l .1
mood, with one Ure d it.. Kkh
Uii.io? Crawford' bronaa ,Uuh c"u
Wast,,,,, lore" ?TVi.
Wa V,,. .
river by Ut of OctobeV .Yh
. - "'"twu- lu arrival i,,
WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEHBEB. SO, 1S57?
Aghct David VV. ISykvEh)-, is cow on m
collecting tour, and willcH upon oor sut-Bcribera
in the counties of Sumner, Wiiaon, Smith, Macon,
Whit, Jackson, and DeKalb.
: - The l'anic.
Notwithstanding," the publication of tel
egraphic despatches yesterday morning, to
the effect that the monetary pressure is be
coming more and more general throughout
the country, and the startling suspension
of the Bank of Nashville the day before,
the excitement during the day yesterday
I w&s Tery much allayed. A pretty severe
' TrnQ ., ; t.n
. wi no uwv JIA cticiai Jl tvllG LILT
1 ,, , ,. . . . ,
i on Monday, which was met without any
indication of weakness or failure, and had
a decided effect in restoring public confi
dence. ' Yesterday the change was quite
manifest, and the pressure exhibited but
few outward signs of its presence. The re
commendation of ameeting of a portion of
the merchants, for a temporary suspension
of specie payments by the old banks of the
city, was not pursued. And although the
recommendation doubtless sprang from
desire to subserve the public interest and
promote the general welfare, we think the
course of the banks is a most judicious and
proper one. If the banks of Nashville had
all suspended simultaneously, all others
throughout the State, would probably have
pursued the same course, and the confusion
and dismay consequent upon such a step
would have been incalculable. Uncertain
ty would have clouded the entire moneyed
interests of the State, and all the bank?,
good and bad, placed, upon an equality-
discredited at home and friendless abroad
This would have necessarily produced al
most a total suspension of business, the
disastrous effects of which, even for a few
days, cannot easily be imagined. This
course on the part of our old banks their
determination to meet the crisis, and defy
whatever of violence the storm may as
sume is a clear indication, to our mind,
that they know their strength, and wil
stand up to their engagements, as long as
there is a dollar in their vaults. If this is
their determination, and if this shall be
their course, they will not ouly exhibit an
honorable spectacle of moral honesty and
heroism, but show that a rigidly honest and
judicious system of banking is not incom
patible with the public interests. We are
glad to see this manifestation of unyielding
firmness, as we believe it will have a most
happy effect in restoring general confidence
and quiet. This is indeed, already evident
in this city, and we trust its wholesome in
fluence may extend over the country.
Whatever may be the real cause of the
general pressure, which pervades the coun
try whether it is attributable to extrava
gant and excessive importations, which is
doubtless very far true, or other causes
the question of the present moment, is the
remedy. We have not noticed any recent
or unusually heavy exportations of specie,
to account for the crisis at this particular
time, and we are bounil to believe that mo
ney is as plenty now as at any time within
a few months past. Its channels have been
greatly disturbed : this disturbance has
produced uncertainty, and this uncertainty
has forceu the moneyed institutions to look
ont each for itself, and to take such pre-
cautionary steps, erect such defences by an
r n . ,. -
u'"""""u i:vk, uie uas.s oi creail,
as w enable then to resist all assaults,
Them nnltr noo,U n. rpcrnrati f
J ..v.M v. j.uuni.
'altu to remove this uncertainty, to break
down these fortress wWh Wa hn
erected by public clamor, and money will
again resume its accustomed circulation,
find its way into the hands of trusting and
trustworthy business men, and so diffuse
itself throughout the community. In ad
dition to these Considerations, and granting
that there is an absolute deficiency of cap
ital in the country to answer the present
demands of commerce, the resources of the
country are such as will speedily supply the
deficiency. Our great exporting season is
barely in its commencement, while our im
porting season is near its close. The cot
ton and breadstuff's, which are to supply
the demand of tho old world for the next
year, aud which tho old world is compelled
to have, is just now beginning to go for?
ward in any considerable quantities. If
there has been an ebb, this will produce a
corresponding flow, and restore the har
monious equilibrium, which is as natural
aud necessary in the domain of commerce,
" the es are to the purity and perma
neuce of old ocean.
A superficial glance at the present mon
etary condition of the country, with banks
susjwnding, and firms breaking and falling
from Savannah to Boston, and from St!
Louis to New York, would indicate that
the United States had failed, and that the
whole country was on the verge of bank
ruptcy. Nothing can be farther from the
truth. There is every reason to believe
that the country U absolutely richer to-day
than it has ever been before, and we can
not belieTe, from any evideuce now before
us, but that its resources aud its recupera
ante energies are ampiy KUincieni lor a
- : . 1
score of such crises aa the present.
We have made these remarks, because
we believe they preseut a just and correct
accouut of affairs, aa far as they go, aud
will tend to re-assure the commuuity, to
check the unreasoning spirit of fear
strengthen the banks and promote the pub
lic weal. ribey are general in their ap
plication, and o far as they are intended
to sustain the banks, apply onlv to such as
evince a stern and unSinching purpose to
sustain themselves. If any bank should,
after thus, be forced to suspend temporari
ly, it should at once make a britf and truth
ful statement of iu condition. If it h sol
vent it may resume. If not, then let it
make a fair statement and an equitable dii-
tFiuutiou ct as-sets,
lo aHtiduia nJo!4 ia m j4w tr s rcs.:ji,
but wla U diJ, tie klwivt inaA a. f.w)
liif. It U related U&t L as lrr.t ia Coo.
grtw uunng iu ccUAte on tb tit 4tULuieDt
!&! otiwfi limiting Ui sruijr co iLrc thoa.
tron iaca xs.Litgtca surgsettal
a laemUr sa 6ins;r.sJ;iicat, i.rovidin thst
wtitai s'ilKjIJ invada iha euautrw mnh
rm tl.au two tliwOsatid cuL'ivrs. iLwIsa 5j-
wliicti msueJ k-usuthr?! it. i
Xho liajiU of .aslii
In our article of yesterday referring to
to the suspension of thi3 bank, we stated
incidentally, tbat its undivided profits, for
the six months previous to the 1st of July
last amounted to a hundred thousand dol
lars. We took the fact from the state
ment of the Cashier made in July last, the
statement being headed, "Statement of the
Bank of Nashville from, January 1st, 1857,
to July 1st, 1857. " The Cashier informs
us, however, that the amount of undivided
profits thereio specified, were the acenmu-
lated profits during the whole existence of
the Bank, then undivided; and that . the
J uly statement was wrongfully beaded, by
the inadvertent use of a blank, prepared
some years previously. We willingly make
We are also authorized to say that the
officers of the Bank will furnish to the pnb
lie, at the earliest practicable moment, a
full exhibit of its condition, its assets and
liabilities. We sincerely hope that this
exhibit will prove satisfactory to all the
t2T The Jackeon (Tenn.) Madisonian, in its
description of tbe Railroad Jubilee, at that place
on tbe 16th, says:
'Music with its charms was stealing softly through
the air like the roolian harper in his soft moonlight
What can be more graphic, or more beautiful
The same paper in a scathing rebuke of Ignor
ance, makes the following just and powerful re
"Time, with its passing events, developes hid
eous monstrosities, and ienorance is Derail teed to
Stalk, abroad as a lamp-lighter to guide the leet of
tne young and risu.g generation! The longer we
live, tae more re we convinced in regard to tbe
utter duplicity of eome who act tbe part of Iago,
in Shakfpeare's pl iy of Othello. They imagine
mat tney piay tneir game wub adroitness, but so
palpable are their misdemeanors that their ignor
ance swallows up their betur judgement. O tbou
insidious spectre of depraviu! tby name is more
to oe oepiorea man tne evils of the pleague in its
Tlie Truth Well Stated.
Circumstances familiar to almost every reader in
the country give to the sut joined remarks peculiar
aptitude and force. When the ocean is in a tu
mult, aod tbe storm pours ont its fury, tbe hum
blest sailor in the ship feels that the safety of bis
fellow-vcyagers is as much a matter of pride and
humanity as his own. lie perils all, and works
manfully "whilst a stick is left standing." lie ne v
er deserts the ship.
From thelCIeveland Herald.
Common Sense in a Aloi.ey Punic. Moneyed
men are tne v. rieet cravens ou tarth; so timid that
at the least alarm they pull tbeir bead, turtle-like.
wiihiu their thell, and, t-uugiy hout-ed, hug their
flittering treasure uni.ll all tear is removed. The
eoi,s quence is, that a lew days' oieiurbauce
of the monetary atmo:phrre brings on a perfect
dearth, not only of tbe . reciou uictals, but of even
DaDer mone7. iLeir leoies-utative.
Four etk ao th re was, comparatively speak
ing, an aouuuatice oi money; now there is none.
which means that before the Ohio Life aud Trust
Company failed moneyed men and corporation
loaned tneir treasure, but now it is boarded iu lou
blockings ana auric vault.
Moneyed men never adopt the tactics of mutual
support; hence, aa soon as a shot is fared into tbe
fluck, they scatter, each looking out for himeeif,
eacn aistrustiui 01 meoiaer, ana eucn recognizing
ouly the great law of selhshuess, which is, to take
care ot number one. Courage has saved many an
army even when amuuition was low, and many a foe
has been scattered by one yell of defiance wneo
there waa not a cartridge left.
But, alter all, these checks upon extravagance
are valuable as dearly learned lessons. We have
built too many railroads and bought too many for
eign articles of luxury, aud tbe present calamity
would have in a measure oeen avoided bad we
procured our iron and our clothes at borne. But
the patronage of home manufacturers is not now
under didcuseion. Tbe questioa is one ot present
deliverance from impenaing danger. In many re-
sp3cts we are much better able to meet the prts-
eui crisis toau any wnicu nss occurreu within the
recollection of this generation. Tweuty years azO
tbe same disturbance would have brought about a
general suspension of the banks. Now, however,
tne people, owing to tne security Iurni6bed the
bill bolder, are not the least concerned. This one
(.ct testifies to the advance made in the science of
banking. Secured bill-holders make no noise, but
here unsecured their clamor is disastrous. In the
State oi New York personal liability, loo. enters
into the banking system, and there also tne ab
sence of excitemeut testifies to the wisdom of ma
king tbe bill-holder abundantly secure.
But is there any reasou ior supposing that this
state of moo-tary aftuirs can last loug? A writer
n tbe ew lorlt Commercial Advertiser, over the
signature of Peter Scriber, gives a commou-seuae
auswer to tbia question:
4 The calamity (it it may be called such) now
upon us canuot by any possibility be of long dura
tion. It is traceable to well known causes, aud
they wilt correct themselves. Ou tbe other hand.
all our crops cotton, tobacco, sugar, and food of
all kinds bave never been more abundant. Our
exports cannot fail to be enormous. We bave ou
ly to exercise a little economy in our use of for
eign article for a few mouths. Au averave of
only five dollars of this economy of our people for
one year would save oue hundred millions of dol-
ars. Our railroads, though ruinous to enterpri
sing people who have constructed them, are of vat
national bet, eat. Our road, though costing avast
sum and yielding nothing to tbeir constructors,
are yet iu cost ry far below the amount of
some European palace', wLlch yield nothing to the
people or tbe country, but are mere monumeuts of
the skill of the builders and the folly of the Gov-
riiment; while our roads, which to be sure are
nothing to tbo owners, a coo plant source ol profit
to the masses whose interests are promoted by
them through cheap transit and rapid intercourse.
"In cooclusiou, I have only to say that tbe pres
ent 'head winu' is of but temporary character, and
the oi ly way to meet it is mutual and kind for
bearance. Let him who can aid out of hia abuu
dai.ee do so. Avoid all uncalled for 'panic' making,
lie who aids panic id a bad citizen, aud should be
so regarded by all good men.
"The only rubt way is when the wind is contra
ry to do as CpL Cuttle advises. 'Lay your bead
cloe to and bug at it,' end when it shifts square
tbe yards and go 'ahead' with experience ot tue
0 TBI HCW Llfk-BOAT. Ther w.a
1""' 1'rea. i.t veaierd.v mornn g to wit
teas tbe luue of ibis aquatic lifd saving invention
projecud by CoajtuaoJa.il Uucbatiaa whilv- in pur'
sun o the luuiam in Oregon I;si year, wheu I
was com p. Lel contiuuaily to cross tha Rogue river
Th ipert.ueni jesteru.y was ot a most .aiUf. lJ.
tj character; tba boat prace.ill r JU the
atcr, upon which iiroda hk. . .i.w w .
J... . , " ' vrLCSIll
otittson otltctaied as cokawaiu, sod iberw was
crew of fifteen solvliers, altboogh ah c.o t-i,v car
ry forty-five persons. 8b was rowaJ erL .h-
Ohiaricran J buck, ana her seawoethin.. .
wis tested, U tha sattsfactioa of all nn Ka.,! C
s, aa we staled yestcfay. 18 feet ia length tv 8
in wiJth, aod drew, wiitj her humaa frei.-bt, o'nlv
2J iuchea. Her wei-bi is S85 Douuds. Th. f....,,.
maotfaat baa already procured s paleol for bis craft.
Strans; Freak f ncmsry.
W heard a paswaser. on lbs Centra! AmPt.
demerit bis oeatiatia in this wtw: "I fact I
bad been about four boars ia the titer, and K,
fljaUJ away (rota tbe rest, when tbe waves ceaa d
males any eois.-, and I heard mv mother ...
Johnoy did yoa sat sister's rrpe?' I h.ji
thouijUt of it lor twenty years at lea'it. It fc44
gooe cifaa cut ol my taiod. I ha I sinter i.
Cied ot cor.SBttsptioa laore tLaa tUrty years s;a,
sa i when she was kk I t.u boy of aleven
so eeij;!i?or bad scat her some early hot house
frames. Well, tboae erspee were led ia s roo.n
weere I and I oosbl to havo teu stioced
alive lor il. hwle rasal list I was I devoured
ihets elL if H!-er ram to uie aftr I bad fr ta
tK-d, when ebe couidutai th fraUlwr i-Uf m
lUfuatea ter siouth arit:i ia the deht, and said
'Jvt.auf , d;J fm eat .ister's rraoeaf I dii r(i
aJd to the Bieaa&ese cf tat cotidact bv t!;ifu
liJ. I owneJ tp, sod Buy muitier weul away ia
tr. t "'out tosiiag ma. It occMoued
Bx qiiaJcs f eotiew-i.s'ic lurtyiPi a vr .ftr-r-
tttl, as I skl, fcr twenty year at leaal, I had
not ihotliU of it, LU wfcea I was ffjatiai? about
beu9i.ted mob w:dt I hoJ aa pUia as vr
I beard hr viicw ia est i.u I E..j.j 4,. , ...
JwUtiny, U.i Jos cat ,4er's t aof I d.'t
bow to accoiiDt Ut iL It d.i tut ca
tn0!jSij i tavMiguf, ll was a ereese at
' Fiota the Baltimore American. ' -Tho
This is sorely a most unquiet world. If the
planetary bodies sre indeed inhabited, and if it be
given to tbeir leartvd astronomers to look down
upon the affairs ol earth with tel.eeopes far ex
ceeding in power the enormous tenses of tbeEtrl
of Rosse, these worthy men of science must be in
spired with a livtly dicgust for the race of Adam in
consequence of the continued bloody feuds in which
we Tellurians are engaged. The imaiuaiiv De
Quincy, in one of ihe most brilliant and oictorial of
1 his essays, has endeavored to portray the excite
ment tbat must have been created among the ob
serving population of a distant star by such a spec
tacle aa the execution of Charlotte Cordy or the
..;.ui vi Kuan oi Arc; ana tkeranjier m a
very popular sons? entitled La Tlnn Di-n wi.inh
j "gS S
u . .. . . .
. oenoidmg with angry impatience the conduct of
tbe occupants of this terrtsirial globe. Could we
t appose an outsider regarding at this moment the
operations of Tellua as the different sides of the
sphere are severally presented to his view, what in
dignation might we not attribute to bis well-or-
oerea inteii.ct as the foilies and cruelties of roan
fins) a pa citnAr.; 1 1 t . . . .
r . "v,-croiT 1 urougui into nis neii ot vis-
ioci as toe great continent of Asia is rolled into
the sunlight, he sees the inhumanities, tbe conflicts
iae oesperauou wbicu mark the d:fScultv between
Unna and England; tbe ball turns a little further
and tbe burning land of India exhibits a terrestial
hell, strewed with bleeding and mingled bodies aud
peopled with a furious race of demons; anon the
globe s.ips round bringing under the eye the black
ened ruins and numbeilt-ss graves which lie around
nie lormer site ol Sebaatopol, and when it has
made a half a revolution, there is the continent ol
America IjII ot diabolisms, not tbeleastof which iu
blackness andguilt seems the monstrous crime and
toliy of Mormontm.
We published a few days ago quite enough of
the latee news from the territory of Utah, embrac
ing extracts from the publish, d addrea-es of Gov.
ti 1 w, " . .
ungnam xoung, to enable our readers to see tbe
exact condition of affairs between the Mormons aud
the Government Verv jrreat dwaffrction toward
tbe authority of tbe United States has been excited
among these misguided people by their unprinci
pled rulers who now threaten awful things in the
event that Government troops are marched into
theteriitory. .The follower of Joe Smith, whoseems
altogether as vulgar, as ignorant and aa bold a fel
low as ever pu.-hed a fanaticism to disastrous con
sequences, tells I. is disciples that the lime rapidly
approaches for the Mormons to assert tbeir Dolitic-
al independence, and with much absurd cant about
"dt8tiny" he mingles tbe menace of daring the
United States to do ita worst against a people who
are determined to die for their rights and their
creed. It is curious to hear from Bn'gham Young
a repetition of that Eastern fatalism which is so oft
en upon the lips of ihe present Emperor of France
aud which he vaunts as an inheritance from the
great Napoleon. Tbe persistent belief in a star,
which thiues over the beclouded fate of the Mao ol
Destiny; at all times and under every condition of
circunitauce, still sparkliog in tbe heaven of l.is
career abo? e the temporary obscurity of private ma
levolence and political agitation, paui-iog iu serene
lustre in the zeuitb during moments of extreme
peril, and then moving onward, with the march of
a uiwjeattc and benignant orb, io tbe pathway of
tame tnis Dtiiei wbicn really imparted a tranquil
assurance to the great Corsicaa io all tbe vicissi
tudes of a stormy and bnlliaut, a gloriou and mis-
eraoie existence, is wl.imaically parodied in the ex
pressiou, "we abali live as long aa the Lord wants
us to," with which tbe prophet eucourages the
saints 111 tbe bour of tbeir calamity.
One prop .eiic u U-rauce of tbe oracle oi tbe
Mormons the Deeeret News we n really tear will
bo unfortunat. ly realized, that it will r. quire vastlv
more than 2,500 men to bring tbe disciples to sub
jection. All bistory teaches us that the victims of
a religious Irenxy are utterly reckless oi conse
quences in tbe support of their Apoatle scd obe
01. nco to his edicts, and tne turbulent conductor
these very people, fifteen years ago in Illinois,
when tlie Utlusioo was yet in its inlancy, 8 ould
warn us of tbe uecessity of not despising them as
i-ueiui! B. ti, in a r gion comparatively settled.
and surrounded by all the restraints of civilisa
tion and law, they could openly defy the authori
ties or a sovereign fatate aud tbe offiors ot the
federal Government, and were forced to yield -t
last OLly after a most obstinate resistance, in the
face of cannon plinted against their abode.-, surely
we may expect that they will tive us much creat
er troaold iu the very centre of an immense soli
tude, begirt by the Biraggliug aud rud habitations
of an aboriginal race, fierce, hostile to civilization,
and the natural foe of tbe verv Dower whicn
seks to briu; them to resDect its dominion
Yes, it may call for a much greater force than 2.600
men to subdue the Mormons if thev rise together
iu resoiute resistance to the Government, aud we
have every reason, indeed, to suppose tnat, before
this, the flames of war bave lighted up the rolling
plains of that remote section of the North Ameri
can Contiueut. We may find in Utah au Ameri
can IMhi, and it may possibly be necessary for us
to visit iu people with a vengeance as awful as
that which now hangs over India in the already
lighted matches and heavily charged guns of the
English army of invasion. The feeliuir cannot and
1 a -
Should l:Ot be looser SUDDresed in the Am.ricin
heart that the great iazar-house of moral disease
which the Mormons bave erected in the western
wild needs thorough purification before it sorted
death around, and while it is a question 01 some
difficulty as to how far we mav interfere to wioe
out the pollution of polygamy, there can be no
doubt tbat it is tbe duty ot the Government to see
that iu all cases oi a conflict of iuriadictinna he.
tween the Territory and the United State in re
spect of the polygamous institution, the latter
It is true, as the Deeeret News contends, that tha
followers of Drigham Youug have done much to
subjugate tbe deserts of Utah aud to make them
productive ol the means ol subsistence, that bv fru.
gality and lahor they bare prospered and multipli
ed, but far belter would it be 10 restore tbe country
to its original desolation and resign it forever to tbe
nomadic Indian and tbe predatory Danther. ttian to
permit it to be tbe home oi a daucerous tanaticistu.
equally mischievous and abomiuable, threatenio g
at once the cause of pure religion aud the hopes of
A writer in the Southern LUerarv Mesxenper aa
long auo as 1848, in concluding a verv clearly ar
ranged Memoir ol the Mormons up to their exodus
from Illinois, thus coufiJently predicted the
troubles we are bejzinuinij toexDerience from them
and what are to be expected thereafter in tbe event
they are permitted to run their own course 1
I heir future fate is mailt r of coni. cture onlv.
But, if they thrive and prosper in their new Dosses-
eions il they adhere to their fundamental maxim,
hi the Earth is the Lord's and tbe fullness there
of, and his bairns shall iuherit it ' if thev seek to
accompmn this dettiny, as they bave heretofore
ooue, whenever they believed their streolh adt-
qu.te to the work tiien tbe colonists of the Taei-
bc shores may txpect to realise, in ibat remote
country, b4t thir lr!low-ci izeos have experieuc
so tn tne great 1 alley ol the Mississippi. The cm
Igrant may rneounter, on ihe broad prairies of the
west, a banditti more tormidaMe than the darins
Camatiches, the weak settlements will be esposed
to tucurxions, not ! as hsrrss-ing thau tboe ol the
bemiuoles iu Florida; and if tbe Mormons ahoulJ
establish ihrintelves ia strength upou the sea-coast.
the commerce of thai r:giu uiay fiud to tbeto en
emies, as active and relen Jess as thj puati.al Ma
laya 01 tne other Uontiueut.
tarn atnd Hog:
Fntn carefully conducted experiments by
different pt-rsoo-, it Las bteu ssct-ruined that
one busLei ct' e ra will mate a little over 10J
poutitis of Mrk - gross. Taking tb result a
a tasiit, tliw following deductions are made,
w-dicb fell our firtntri woulJ da well to tajr by
for coDvtniwui reference Tlist,
When corn cost 12 cls. per bushel, pork cost
cts. j'er outid. ,
Wheu corn cost 1T&. per bushel, pork cost
2e. per joocd.
Wheu cru costs 3c. per basliel, ptrk costs
So. -r pound.
Wbeti coro cosis C3c per bosbel, pork cot,u
4c. pet pound.
WLrrj c.ra cos:s 50c. per basLel, pork cost
6c. er ound.
The following statements show wbst abe
fartuer tealires for bU coro wteo o!d ia tie
form nf jHjrk:
V beu pt rk h;!!s fyr 8c. per pound, It brings
3c. per buhel io euro,
Wbcn pork sella fur 4c. r n.-ianii it rr,
. ... " f
v-u. itui -r DUatiel la corn.
iien purk ;ia for fi
A , i .. ... " " o-
j-vt uuruei in com.
Am; b COitOSilLa hk:h t'r.n li 'ta nf IVV,.
scr vu ht rJave lar.arJed for eitjiUiiioa at ti.f
s.. t 10 Vi"-lr. U iff
b'.ckrt wrouhi a taadered atid furtv jcaraa
the bands of the mother of Sajjaei Adaiaa tf 1
U a ti ii.f4Ut's
! Si-overic u Pith. .!.-. v.A. tt,,
vry iiEycl the ri4riar. bSL W4l,ifcJ
rii f.otu .repamy f ti Vt!MtJ, I hss has Jot -Ueec
ajpcied. bat it U ei:ly UW.i kcowc. !a
CJifaapua, tiiUrrles re taual to be a sedtsaen.
Ury siepveiiw frtta i-.a Ujj, Vrv?rt fr-vt, caj
r,r tlctrs. a r.d erwfuot, rU ja u..-srdcrrd
eVrus fr. U Ih fxt. E.tr UUcaacS soj
Uictt ar csa-d mWly fcy i;4 a, r.t:s.ei, safacah ?
state, 2 4 even U. tic .;-,. 01 t.t lAi , a waut tj
Viia-.ty Sa the Lloi. In t t:.es fjfs I'r
sin w---.n. v.wr- ,; rJ'.-rt v I t 4.
fllf t-J I'b1
to a.1L- itt t:
e tkJ. a:. ! hot.ff s-t.,
led sa-.-ce. U trt:::n a.- 1 I
1 ant f C:iiix i4j. jjizrHstli.
rpEIS EVENING, WUNEDAV (f-PT. 89, 1SIT, will be
..i-jftuS -UJ"1" h,t tB,i the beautiful Drama, en
titled I Hi FOUNDLING ..g fc'A1Nr ANTOINK. Over-
, J k ' ' icle''tr- Ta performance wil eoccfude
MOO benUf'lleomedJ. " acu.caiied THE HoMCV
BAXK OF NASHVILLE.
W ,lrtI. 00 Jhp"d. or the panose of
v marUag ch.cood, or for iainc eertifWt. nr
feposus in place of op accouut-, mlV.iri
Kit EE 11AKS,
t, pZh i! J,Uab 1 d'eI1 n htnse Pd ,ot " . near
Uie Fm K "Ti wilHtake the note, of ny of
tne Free Bnk of TenneMte Now ia il,e time for oV e
emeip'l jnij merchant to (iocu-e a pood ho- e. ai I will
r' 1nable . 'bio which hj caa barter calico
for be note. Apply to
P'8t- , - A.V. 8. LIND3LEY,
Chancery Court at IVaghville.
Ja. J. Worthara et al va. Ann N. Crota et aL '
AT the office" of the clerk and master of the Chancery
court at Nas ville, on the 29 day of Sept. JS5I, on mo
traoor complainants, by counsel in the above cause, and it
appearing to the nati.-iaction of the clerk and master, that
the said defendant, Jatne. F. Cross, U a non-resident of the
State of Tennessee, and the. t fore the ordinary p-oeess of
thia court cannot be served upon him, it U therefore ordered
by the clerk and n aster that pub! cation be made far four
weeks in mccefsion in the Nar.ville Patriot, a newspaper
published in the city of Nashville, requiring the faid defend
ant to appear at ihe text term i the Chancery court to be
holden for the county of Bavid-on, at tlie court house
thereof, on the first -onday in November uext, and answer
a cross bill, 61. d in the above ca.-,or the same will be taken
for confessed as to him and aet down for hearing ex parte,
CD BR: EX,
Sept. 80 wit pr's fee!3 CU-rk and master
JOHN YORK &, CO.,
Book Sellers, Book-Binders and Blank
JVo. 38 Union street.
1VASHVIH,E, TESKESE E.
JSTAiA W BOOKS.
Mi dime L Vert's Travels.
Ethel lowers a Georgia Bxk.
epurgeon's S-rnion's, 1, 2 and 8rd Bories.
Fpurgtfon's Life and Ministry.
The Planter's Daughter. A tale of Louisiana.
Moss-Side. By Marion Uarlacd.
I ittle Dorrit, By Charles Dickens.
Testimony of the Kocks. By Miller.
A Chi d'a History of Borne. By Bonner.
Just received by . jJOUN YORK CO.
Kinerson's Magiiiae and 1 utnam's Monthly, for October.
Harper's Magaxine, for October,
Harper's Journal of Civi ixation.
Leslie's New York Journa'.
Porter's Spirit of the Times.
New York Ledger.
For sale by sep.80) JOHN YORK A CO.
conniTruo to jail.
COMMI1TKU to the J;iil of Davldon county, on the
Sist of eepteiibjr, 18)7, a negro boy wr o says hii
came ii Ueorge, and that he belongs to William W!ker,of
lover, 'letn. George la about or 18 or 14 yaraof age
welgtis about 115 or 1 lbs , he is black, the owner is re
quested io coma forward, prove proper-y , pay charges as
the law directs. W. H CLiMo., Jailor,
Sep.bO. Of D-tvidaon county, at Nashville, Tenn.
lNSTIlICTIONS IN VOCAL AN1 J-
hllttitllM AL Msj.IC'.
t R. AND MR8 C. F. THL'RMOS are prepared to give
.'A. instrocf.ons on the Piaso ar.d in McbiC. Lea
so is given at the re'deoce of the pupil. or 'eruiy.ae,,
inquire of Mr. X., al Hev. J. T. Judax'a, South Jammer
tfepilt -lm. u
tity Cuildiu and Loan Association.
TRUST "SALE OF
VALUABLE CITY PROPERTY.
BY VIRTUE OF MORTGAGE, with power to sell, tc
executed by Edward L.wrenae to the Cit BuildinV
and Loan Aatociation ol Nashville, which mortgage t of
Record iu the Register's tfEce of Uavi.jon county in Book
No. 'J3. pae 8, t will eipus to Publio tiaie.ai the Court
House yard gate, in Nashville, on .'stur.iay, the 10th day
of October cext. to the highest bidder for - ash, ihe pr p
ertj couveed in raid Mor;g .ge, known aa Lot No. 10, and
partofL.ot No 12, of Barnes' plan of Lois, beginning at
the east corner of pick ou s Lot on . m eet, run
ning eastward!) on sai tieet lurty teet, thence at r g'jt
ang.e. with aaidsire. t, n -rihwarJly.one huudrd .r.d ten
fa---t, to a ten foot alley, iheuce we tard:y wi.b said aile
forty leet to luck ou'. no. th coruer, (hence south
w.rdly one hundred aud ttn feet to the beginnirg- on
wl ich there ia erected a gooa double Brick tenement' to
gether witn oi her o. t boue. '
The right of Redemption is expressly waived in said
sept Sts-dtd SAMCEL BE AY, Treasurer.
BANK OF NASHVILLE.
I HATE for sale a large xmount of property which I win
s I for Notes of the Bank of Nashille, or cenified
cneci on it at tne same prices that I have always asked
ior ins properly.
epti!. A. V. S. LINCSLEY.
twmjurri'.u to me Jail or Oavllon county, on Ihe
' 2uth of September, Is.'T, two negro men; one says
l it noie is Charles and that he belonirs to Wmh wi-
tide, of Frankiin. Slmnson countv. Kv. Clurirai. .kmn
25 or 8 years of age, 6 feet a or 6 inches high, weighs
about 140 or 15o lbs., black, long hair, has on his right
band a bad tesr caused by a cotton gm when a bov.
AlM, one other who his name t (irora nH tt...
ne ocioDf. w oicnura ne, or Kuttierlord e lunt.v, Venn
ueori is aoout xs or years of sge, weighs about 14 i
or 145 lb.. 6 feet 6 or 6 inches hich ..Mn.
long hair tired up with ttrings. Tbe owner are rermested'
' come lorwaro, prove property, pay charges aa the law
W . . I Lt Ml INS. JhiI.ip.
aepi29.. of Dari!on county, at Nashville, Tenn
Second Sale by the Teanessee Live Stock
A as ItTWDn ... . .
I win oe sow without reserve for cash, at the
VrDL-u . .... .. . " " "VI
h. Jr.. . " tK"0,t ,h d o' h hk
IliA ITll ;lW inn antuwiMw fe . .
V- . j a. . , . r u at a. as 1 1 1 u . ig
Z.-. 14 ,er 01d' Kre' rrand son ot the t-n-
. brlher Joia and Me.nbrino
r V . lor B10 u,n DT thousand dollars
. h k " V le"n " ' S00"1 "eeder, and aa well
i. V V,. can be found.
No. S, Tkehittum Evr. a sorrel horse bred in Maine,
Weengr b ,ih by ira and dam, 14 years o'd. IT han.ta
Bivn, and t helieTed la h th. . i .
SSft ftlxt trt t K . n ... k. ., '
No. 8 AtfBfw HUclc Javt, a mo-t sty i-h brown
j , w ....u , nur., ,.vln.
' u.nu.ui, n. hy the celebrated V.r.
uiukv OIC IISWI. O.m l..ll. hurt.,, k. . J l
imported Messenger. He c imUnes equally the blood of
morgana ana Messenger., the only strains of horsea of
J wuiMl, last Dave OrOTrd thm.ol... ..,;. .n.A
- DtltUAn CATTLE.
No. 1, A white two years old ba I eilf, bred by Brctaa J.
O ay. of lionroon county, Ky, si,a and dam bo.h ia
No. S, Boaa yearling Ca f, bred by Solomon Vaometer.
Pcd grtes will be furnished.
A lot of flne sooe lie Ml-i.i e ..n . m 1.
koowa and the enly shtep r tbeir class io the country
t,,oer ? ,ot re90 f 3C y
Aio, wia be eH, an elerant baifspilog trottta wagon,
rroni the best eatabliabment in New York; a double set of
light harne-s, of Lacey a Phi I p. of F iia.; two sets of
S.ie finrle baggy harnew; vail. us art cIm of the bet
qualm etnp oyl ia the a.aasgement of stock.
J. eUKLBT frefld-nt,
Pts- T rAMNISa, a-y.
ew Hillinery Goods !
CHEAT ATTRACTION" !!
MIIS. :E. LOCKHART, Agent,
Ut ( berry Mreel,
Btwen Cnitm nn I Church,
XT0VLV reaprc:fji:jf iufv.rm the Ladies of Nashville
v v and ic n if uiat sh itit-cdi to open on Use la of
October, the most handaame Hoc ol
ever eihibltcJ ia this eltv. Her stock was se!ectd la
Person wbera tttm r..t . .Mfe -11.1
i OI umi ia nut btrss r acqoam'ed with the lit
Scdniits.).rortdit l. sieiMrvicg II.. 4 br ,uojs ull
suit aU tastes srie inrl as .a iiimii.i 1 ..... . .1 . .. .. ....
Ialtr rre. 1. .
F it A , CISCO,
MANCFACTCRilt AM DSALtX 1.1
IUTS, CAPS AM) A)IYS FURS,
rVo. i3 Public Square,
LABIES DEEiS FUES.
r" cjpemnu of the
IVTR Ml ALL. op.S OlH fl'R 004 TH'SHr
V ItCroBdS, l.T.and b trmsnd so 1
and choice atk of U,'i- asd ftiica faars .r. r'r.
liadson Buy and C.nada SHf. ftvaa V.-t,,. i,,k ...
brtu a rel. t..os,se4 all tjje wcv rttrri.
andyoor iLy, fr 4rIi4Jres. '
P;-- it. l-oii i-fcj-...
riT.ri 1 trs eaaare utii.m ur s V tTY It IT
3 a-e ,&t;r4 ta a s&4 eaaws-ije li.i. biaatii rj ie i
tt i!.t rii n? t jKl! el
A. J. fntncC
A r,t.-d f j,! liutncitnl at tk li
.--( t . i
S iT" J " ia sture aai fct y
HAGAN & BItO.,
No. G9 Market & No. 6 Union St.,
General Book Seller i and Stationers,
Harpers Magaxine for Octcber, just received by
septSS. - HAGAN A ERO.
60DKT'S LADY'S BOOK, FOR CCTOBFR, filed wit
FalJ Fashions and other beautiful Engravings joa
ceived by HAGAN A BRO
ep'21. Market and CnioD su.
N E W BOOKS!
. "BELLA TRELAWNEY,"
Or, TIME WORKS WOXDEJiS;
A Sequel to "Harold Tracy." By J. F. Smitu, author of
By Marion Harland, author or "Alone," f c.
Or, The I'surper's Victim;
By J. F. fStnkh, an'hor of Haro d Traoy, Ac, 4c
THE RED RIGHT HAND,
A thrilling romance of Indian War1.re ; bv Ned Bunt
line. For sale by HAGAN A BRO.
The best sea talesIveiT written!
THE CRUISE OF THE MIDGE,
TOM CRINGLES LOG.
Theae celebrated Nove'a first appeared in the pages or
"Blackwood Magaxine," and they ate new, without donbt,
th moil popular Sea Tales, In print. New editions tor
,ale by HAGAN A BRO.,
iePt19- Mlrketn'l Cnion sU.
YANKEE NOTIONS FOR OCTOBER, jut received by
fP'13 HAGAN A BRO.
White A Thompson's Dettctcrs for fept., just received
bT HAGAN A IlltO
eP'" Cnion ard Market sta.
ODD RF.SM8 News Paper, various sixes, tor sale by
!P'5: HAGAN A BKO.
S"EPIAK1S GOLD JPEIVs7ror"ae"b
""P"2 HAGAN A BKO.
RY THE COZEN OR MM.LE COPY.
The attention or fCHOOL TEACH KR?, and COUNTRY
MERCHANTS is Invited to my large STOCK OF SCdOOL
To Dt'a Fpel er,
Brown's Grams ar,
Butler's Giaa n or,
Parley g i et graph y,
Fn i h's t ergra) liy,
Webster's Die iocary,
Walktr's Dictionary .
DavleN' Firt Lessons,
Davies' fchool Arithnjetic,
For sale by
Pictorial U. States,
A licit n: iii.story,
A!eiander'i Moral Scietuse,
Way and'a .Moral Scitnce,
Con.stcck'j 1 hilo-ophy,
O ttstni's PI l!o;ophy,
Willard' HI tory,
Wi lton's Hiftory,
FoDg Took of School Boom,
Copy IS' as,
T wn's Ana ysis,
Slates and Pencilr, 4c,
CHARLtB W. SMITH,
41 College street.
MORE NEW BOOKS.
BOPS ON SLAVERY ; Fbd. A. R0s, D. D.
TINT LIFE IN TDK HOLT LAND; W. C. Pains.
BOAT LIF1C JN EGYPT AND NLBIA; W. C. Patas.
THE PHYeluL'JGT 0 NEW YORK BOARDING
CHIT-CHAT OF HCMOR, WIT AND ANECDOTE.
BKRNARD LILE ; By Jaas Clkhrss.
THE WORLD'8 OWN ; Poem by Jiua Wtu Howa
CHILE CON CARVE; oa, TUE CAMP AND THE
LESSONS FROM THE GREAT BIOGRAPHY; By J.
THE HIDDIN PATH; By Maaio. HaaLAH).
5 HE WATCHMAN.
RUTH HALL; By Fassv Faaa.
For sale by CUAHLK3 W. PMITn,
P'-7 No. 41. College street.
TO TIIK PUBLIC.
A N advertiemenf in the Gatt), of vesterdav morning.
BDOU,'c-a that 'Sebstopol had b-tn taken by the
"i .,P 7'lh,r5'i!,con,r,',c skeptical, even
euclhnj bubn.- A.HKINRUII CO..
is cuatosor A. Haisncs.
Mo. '8 Front street.
5000 rE,ET ""ted Gum Belting on hand and for
VU.C.. If I, I.I M . V
U band and for sale by
D. D. DICKEY.
White Seed Wheat
flHE undersign! baa on hand same superi.
X Whue Wheat which will be sold for seed ia
rior eropa of
to as It purchasers.
D. D. DtCKET.
VJitttT Brass, Blo-k., N u, W.,b-r., Axles. Gam Pack-
itiun,oQ nana anaiorsale bv
E1!3- I. D. DICKEY.
Un nan t and Ior sale by
D. D. DICKEY.
KENTUCKY PUAMG JIILL.
MAYO, HENDERSON & LONG
it. . i-r!,
bUiLUtHS AfiO CONTHACTORS,
OASU.nrOR ANDYINITIAN BLIND FACTORY, Pla
0 Gr5 Mill and Lun.ber 1'spo' k ghth st.. near Kta-
tursy tititral Ksllrvad D.D3L fjivlf.t .n sr..
Me manufacture and k..ton hiailinnunil.M,i.
ei.di 01 r.rn. Hours. Mit. Door .n.l Mir,rf.. f..
, Moeiaing, llainela, ri ateis, White and Yelww fit
riirencf, cncim, ratr nt w ea the r boardi eg s nd Planed
w.ras or every variety of ouallsv and thukn.. w.
... iu'duii muintr in fe rough. Canted and Ulaa.4
n.na ximai ana oiner hard vuwii
epl Si Sine.
A EE reeeivias and opanlig dslir, iKeir Fall aad Winter
A rum ot tiooos. aod b the 15th in.t th. . ..11 K.
.v. ifru ana no 1 eenail twck, thev
.... ..r uau ine picture or onencg to their fr.eti.ls aod
he pub.tc. atd verv rDecttuiiv lavit . .,.,...,..
In Oil Cloths, Cerpatlnjnu House Farnl .Kin. .FV P!a..
wtioo 'twi we aa not iat-tl to be crl ed We Shall
eep n ie urparuneou IS'J lull aid writ icleota .
it. c. ucNAtar cos.
Sep! tt, '
rT'ft Bis Durban Farm Cheese:
1 J 71 b.s lo,l h Di.ry -
IS bxa W.
For ae by
A t'WFLI TNQ,
Six Koova, on Viae, betseet Cnina aad
A. tve.r uru. brUsttUiiM it.
re itd s r reveraJ vear.ol lb. mmurr Iti. t. . 1- 1.
17 me icoi ceaiii y en! jlruuii lot.l.t m ire ei'.r.
AlPJta lep.ta-awaj L. B.AT. D FITE.
LOri!A WALT-i, er Lou:a Xt incn, a hteW, aU,al
bright ja.tia o iaa raceway ev was atot.a leva
wspiaia "i o m t;.. v-ciiiK j i,a ranuay tight last.
I WO lirjfCSD CCSiLAILS fiKWAHO
"MM PJ w see ait-r.ketuta l4 tuv.ry, tf errealai
at et tiu -w , vm liuai4 it takca ia tiis city er
W-a, wbak eg te Col. John T. a:ta of Dvytoa
Ai.:na, iiumUsi iy u sv.awtsg the SSaiBavr r bere, ts a
l.aei, brtjit ji.iuo we est, Wlt,e j J
sti w.. m Msrj i er aair, atu tit, tj.s her
t!B, at.4 t.er u..lr jit yr kSn
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gar. Fanny's style has the vivacity, terseness, and epi
gramrnattea' liveliness of the French school, while her
fancy is so fun cf gei ltl terderness, and as teeming with
simple dramatic tceoes and ferlitg as the most heany unit
l i-imatiiof Engli.-h wiit rs. There are some who com
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so were Solomon, and Frank .In, and Pope, and Montsljne,
and La Rochefbncacld and Bacon. l:ut it would be an
ood objtctton 10 ma1 e to any author that be cm pressed
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ot life, varied and abundant. The cad lor the book will,
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