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nthe very paper that tucyFcfue lo discount
t their disks. The Globe says tho Distri
ution Imv is the cause. We show theenor..
tuition Imv is the cn
mods chnrgesof tho pet banks- to cSVry on
the Domestic Exchanges. 1 he Uloue ngain
lays all the mischief at the door or the distri
Tho unwelcome truth, is this, ana the
sooner we face it the better our country is
growing old and strong, and in its nge and
strength, liko all others, it is growing cor
rupt. The Surplus Revenue, unless judi
ciously managed and justly distributed, will
bo but an enormous Nuisance, worse than
tho National Debt of Englund, even though
in.- .1.! ...t.l. .... tr i...
ll sauuies every mini; nun a iui. ji ii uu
Tho Steamboat Dlaattcr 6b the Ohio.
The Philadelphia Observer publishes the
following letter from Rev. Dr. Stiles Ely, giv
ing a graphic description of the sad accident,
not long since which occurred on board the
steamboat Flora :
Ohio Jlivtr, Steamboat Robert Emmtt,
Nov. 18, 1830.
Dear Brother, Your friend, tho writer,
the first scarcely: able to swallow' any thing.
It said to him, "there is neither liopo.nor neip
for you, but in lhe tnqrey of'GodJhrough
our-'Lord Jesus-Christ." He. replied, 'tl
know it," and having committed to me nil
his worldly effects, and desired that I would
have him buried, he folded his bleeding
hands jjpon his breast n prayer. In tills
exercise ho seemed lo continue, resigning
his soul to Jesus, until without n struggle or
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trusts tint in is not n Jonu l in us trnvc s. trroan. 110 breamed Ills last. Mioses, a wan-
and vet from much travelling and the will er in tho cabin, aroused from sleep by the
of heaven ho has to tell of some sud disas- noise, thought ho had slept too long, and
ters. Formerly 1 could say, "a night I havo ran to light u candle and waken tho steward,
been in the deep," in reference to the strand- Tho steam met him and covered his mouth,
itio- nf tho stnnmtinnt "Connecticut". ' in the face and chest with blisters. I dressed his
united with tlin Hnnkinfr svstetn ns it now is. I limn nf n hnrrirniin. nnd then I tlinmrlitilu! wounds twice but he expired the next morn-
corruption will fasten itself upon tho very vi- scene a dreadful one, when sixty passengers ing.
tals of our form of government, for tho Bank- for hours wcro dashed with swelling waves Another deeply interesting" case of suffer
ing system, now unregulated und above con- and expected a watery crave: but none of ing was that of tho Hon George L. Kin-
trol, is used (not in all cases, but alas 1 too them were lost. On the 18th inst. 1 was nard, n member of Congress from Indiana,
often,) first lo corrupt tho Politicians of tho roused from slumber on board tho steamboat Ho was badly scalded in tho face, left arm,
country und the monied men, and then to rod Flora, lying at a wood yard about thirty right groin, leet and ankles. lie committed
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uuiu uiu muuoii luua uiuiuuuiii, ui iiiuuiiuuiu i nines UCIUW vllll llinull. VO lluU Come in I iu 1I1U 1119 jiuuitci'uuun uuu ni-jr, ui.u ..-
his hard earned gains, and next to awe him hero from St. Louis in Missouri, in a pleas- sistcd on knowing the worst of his case.
toiu mm mat mere were iour persons
by its mighty power, if he dare speak. ant passage of nearly fivu days, nnd had I
Hundreds of wealthy men this very day been highly gratified with the neatness of w
Frldny Morning, January 0,1837.
Tho Now Year.
The sun has again made his circuit through
the celestial signs, and tee again arrive at one
of the mile-stones on tho great highway to
eternity. This is n season for retrospection,
when each one may in imagination retrace link
by link the chain of events which has darkened
or illuminated his passage through the by-gono
year. JLIow many bright hopes have been
blasted, how many fond anticipations have
been disappointed during the revolution of one
short year. The Mother has been snatched
from her tender charge tho Father from his
dependent household. How many a gallant
soldier who had followed his country's stand
ard to the warm sun of Florida, now sleeps
"beneath the hammock green." Tho Orator
and Statesman who had charmed a listening
Senate, arc now mute in death. Madison, the
great and virtuous the father of the Federal
have risen from a troubled sleep, and have the boat, cood fare, uoreeablo fellow nns- n Great dread of being d'a'icurcd and mui n
paraded tho streets, with all the represcntn- senirers. the kind attentions of her contain cd. if he should recover. "Oh, sir," said
lives of wealth in their hands, contriving nnd and cood order nmon-r the crew. We list- he. "If I were but prepared to die, I should
scheming how toget money to pay their hon- cned on tho evening of the 16th to some bo resigned. I gave up all for lo3t, nnd
est debts. Tho Banks send them to the Bro- sacred airs played by Mr Benjamin Myrick, I would have thrown myself overboard in nn
kers, and tho Brokers (as they havo n right of Charlestown, Mii'ss. on the German flute, cuish and despair, but was prevented."
for it is their trade) wrench from them what whilo several joined their vocnl nrniso to his So far as practicable, while bathinc- him,
they can gel. Tho merchant and the me- instrumcntal'music : and nil hud cono to and opening his blisters, I administered to
chanic. even sec the very paper refused them, rest in expectation of being in Cincinnati
discounted upon when presented in another the next morninc. But n noise -annallin
him the consolations of the gospel, and as
sured him that there is mercy with God,
way I And yet tho merchants and the me- awoke mo at 5 o'clock. A. M. and I said that ho may be feared, and that Christ Jesus
chanics are so situated, that if they speak, within myself, "tho boiler has hurst." In- came into the world to save sinucis. "I
they might bo made beggars of, in a single stnntly it occurred to my mind that the lion- know it, Sir" said he, "and for the first time
montni i.new powernus sprung upnmong ger Horn Hying portions ot iron was gone have begun to pray to Uod to tie mcrcitui to
us, which we cannot see, either in the splen- with the sound, nnd that inhalinir the sienm me n sinner." 1 told him that he could not
dor of its palaces, or in the mnghiliccnco of was tho worst thing subsequently to he offer a more suitable prayer, nnd that God,
equipage which appears not at tho polls, dreaded. Holding my breath, l arose froVn when thus addressed in sincerity is ever
my berth with the intention of seeking my ready to hear.
wife and children in their stato room, which "But," said he, "I have lone slichtcd all
was situated almost twenty feet nfi of the God's entreaties, and abused his mercies."
place where I had slept, but the steam pre- "Alas," I answered him, "we havo all
vented me from seeing any thing but itself, done the same in times past, but God is slow
and leads not nn nrmy; but which, when
it lays its iron hand upon a man, crushes him
to atoms winch holds in it colters our prop
erty and our bread about which wo hnng
with fear nnd trembling, as beggars even be
orse scalded than himself lie manifested Constitution the venerable White, presiding
Uishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church of
the U. States both within tho past year have
gone to the recompense of the just, full of years,
and mourned by all the good in our land.
The past year has witnessed a most arduous
ond fiery contest between the friends of power
and placo, the minions of Executive patronage,
and the friends of liberty, law, and the Con
stitution; and although as usual in such con
flicts, Power and Patronage have triumphed,
yet in reviewing all the circumstances attend
ing the result, the friends of Order and genuine
Tlepublicanism have nbundant reason lo "thank
God and take courage."
To our Patrons we tender on this occasion
our tribute of gratitude for the liberal patron
age which they have extended to us since the
rRIAL AND covictionTuvw5'
4t THE INCENniAiiv WHrti
Igjiiciiuni iv niic , wnosc trm nVll..
Inn Citv fnr lnlrninn-it, rn "Hir.
cited so much interest lm. :. . ry "?t M
From ihs Netv'York Daily Expreu.
THE CURRENCY THE SURPLUS
The Washington Globe, with character!
tic duplicity, attempts lo twist our remarks
upon the profligncy of some of the Banks,
and some of the Bank Presidents, Directors,
&r., into a yarn of its own, to point an elec
tioneering paragraph with ; and to represent
us now (that the election is over) as turning
oijr oaiieries once turned upon the adminis
tration) upon our own political friends.
The Globe is so saturated with political in
trigue, that it snuffs politics in every breeze,
and it cannot imagine that nn indenendent
press, bent on truth, may fire an arrow off
ai oppression, no matter wtio, or ol what par
ty, the oppressors may be. The truth is this,
the party of which the Globe is the organ,
has ruined, nbsoiutely ruined, thecurrencv
of the country, and, now too many of the cap
italists of the country, of all parties of that
to which the Globe belongs, as well ao ours,
have seized the opportunity to plunder the
wreck upon which the merchants are strand
d,nnd to strip baro even those who can es
cape with their lives. The administration
wrecked the currency of the country, nnd
then these land pirates, as wicked as those
who hang nbout Barnegot, and plunder out
gallant ships there thrown upon the shore,
ore now tlunderino the merchants nnd
tho mechanics of our land: and wo have de
clared war with them, and wo will not stop
till ihey are fully exposed. Tho worst of
these land pirates are the Pet Banks, whom
. ll i. Hi1m!nia.nt:AH I. . . . I , .
uu AuiiiiuioLimiuii iius ercaieu wuoily ir
responsible, often reckless, with millions and
uiiinmio oi me puunc ninus at their disposal
' used no man knows how. unless hn finH
himself thrown into a Broker's shop, & made
iioir prey at ouano 4u per cent., per annum.
Now that tho Presidential Election is over,
ana we cannot be suspected of writing arti
tiiccuuneennrr purpose, we tel
ii .cuuera uiai h is our tirm conviction
xnai mr van Jtiuren comes into the Presiden
uai -cnnir under on express understanding
with many of the capitalists of tho city and
the State of New York, to keep the surplus
revenue at their disposal, so that thoy may
discount upon it, and shave notes utthe tune
oi thirty nnd lorty per cent, per annum I
Hence that bo d and mnn v nunwnl nfl,;.
thnt he is opposed to the distribution of this
revenue, an avowal in manliness and force
so unlike his character that it shorn rnnh
ns the only bright, nnd the solitary meteor of
us eiuuuy mo. nence nis mighty majority
-I uu ouuo ui unv iorn, wnicn is not
counted by hundreds, 0s it is elsewhere, but
by tens or thousands I The secret of all
tins, is money, money, MONEY, not in
hands full of gold at the polls, not in bribes
nctuaiiy prollered, but in the manogement of
'iu, or ou, or OU MILLIONS OF DOLLARS SO
promised as to moke powerful men believe
inui it is m tneir disposal to shavo notes nt
.4a per cent, per annum? Thus the Globe
w uere out acting its pnrt on lhe ' j,,
chess-board of that great Gambler in politics,
w ho is nbout to be enthroned in Washineton
Every attempt is mado lo make tho distribu!
turn ofthe Surplus Revenue unpopular. We
rpmplain that the Bank Directors create a
ecurcjly of money in order to create usurious
rate of interest The Globe puts its finger
t.Who Distribution law, and points out Li
nt the cause, Wo show that some of the
Jhi Hanks ebove notes in Brokers' shops up-
fore the doors of tho Turkish Sultan ; and and a sense of suffocation drove mo back lo to anger, and ready to forgive."
my bertn, and the window in it which I
opened, nnd thrust my head out to take an
iiiiiaiuuon. Again i uitetnpted to pass
through iho cabin, but met with the same
powerfulncrform resistance. Then I nluntr.
...I .1 1. . , r . '
cu inruui'ii me casement nna inroimr nm.ii
the side door of the cabin, opened the oppo-
but if the many now lie dormant nnd permit FT i! r nl 01 "'fi0 ,m,m-
- ' n .1. ' dlate re lef. Pnssinir around t in minnl in
enuross an ineir earninrr mi., . : --------- D -
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....... .ww... .....uiMi, a iuuiim my iviiu UIIU
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iwu uiiiiureii gone, uut soon lounu the latter
in the ladies' cnbin, and the former calling
which, when it speaks, makes the body l rem
hie and the heart quake. Onceeverv Amer
ican, as he surveyed the Freedom and
Equality of his own happy land, could ex
claim with exultation,
" Who with heart anil cyrt
Could walk where .ibtrly bud bern, nor tee
J he Mining Joal-prinl$ of her JJeiltl"
uuresi. ui ii
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fnnvlrlml. - Ii . n.i.n. . . Dh.
i . , " " special,
jMiginnu mrmer. The priVitm! . 1
nrrnillEl dim HWn Willi " 1 .' "IHt
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was also upon tho stand ll;.i
White fold himnhotalnrgesumof
had been offered him if hn ...u
the Treasury, because certain tettl
u,v.u....... "I' su--nmeni lo a "
mnllnt mill liu liiirnin . L '"ll
claims acninst them would nil '0
t it.i.i ooirl Ihfil l.n ...M..I.1 . I --.-vie
White, in the fulfilment of hi. L ,
MO VAIVOdlU tu LJICliS, IOOK In th(
1832 n house at Washington, Uitx.
""b" J 1. I'nson.
"'ji iwu. uu iuiu "ii Ks inai he hidln,.
tu mo iiuovn v, uiiu iioa cleanHl..
riiu i...:i.i: t i.
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uiiav- mrivn, uiU nil: lire put 10 thf JL
v line sniu lie Knew chemistm .r.j
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also there wns a man who would c
murder for him for 815. After accoi
iuu uuu, uiiu oeiore leaving
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Inn. Ill' Ktnles tin hnrl llm hn..i:i..:j. .1
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oiiiiiii: UI I Ood. Whit. L
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mo iiHiiu. ana mm
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vjnio, testified, mat receiving in n..j..
v""' Hum rucKs ar. ttci
White was the man wbn hnmi .i,.t.
v... ... .UC .
ij, uu . i uic uii iu uauingion, trbn
was sent lor. uomir tiirm nmu f i..
men sent with liicks to Ne
ttrt Cnnl imtli Mi N
nnn.mrtA,.. f l.tr I I I HU illLhO IU nt'W lOrV tfl
ously endeavor to tho extent of our ability to 1 boarding house. RIhp1. ..it j 'u
wh i 'x- fwi(i j i wiiii iuuilu KJk i' 1 1 n I v v nnn rtntni n n v i
umi. paironnge. i ne roiiucai cnaracter oi , house: witness came tin and
nur nnnrr will rnntintin tn lu nq it tvnn In its . WNtrtne Ul..'... I T..I ,
' ....... " t liu. &i Uft KT
have had a pious mother and sister."
he, "topruylor me: but I would not
tuein: onu now l nnu I hat nil mv . commencement, such as to meet the nnnrnlm- inm : he iinuitpr n(l,lrnccl (,,.. i
seeming morality was no morality in God's j tion of every true friend of genuine Whig lie-! knew him, nnd said, "Good
the few to encross all tneir earninir in
enormous rates of interest, the day will rap
idly come when the lew will ride rough shod
over the many, and wn
Broker-begotten mushroom whose patent
of nobility is Batik rags, whose coat ol arms
is 45 per cenl., liveried. lacnueved. leiral
ized, will throng our Halls of Legislation,
and then our Republic will go the way of all
the earth with Genoa tho sunerb. Florence
True," I answered, "there is no real mo
rality without irue piety towards God : but
1 must think thai God has sent this calamity
on you, and is now ovci ruling it in his
mercy in answer to the prayers of your ni-
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of our cotemnorarics in the interior of the ??r. uPon K'hlcl' wilns
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. .. ...., x lmu.u.uvu ,.i.iiij auun uu)to iu iuu in i uiiu ui , " -- witness mid his
White?1 nnd asked him if he wool?!
reposeu. i nanus 10 our gunrdian Uod, we grace,
were all alive and sound, while twenty of After his removal from tho boat to tho
our leitow passengers had been scalded, or hospitable mansion of the Hon. Mr Lytic,
wounded with broken class. In the frinht. he desirfil I shnnlil lm split fnr in nrnt? mmiIi
two had jumped into the river and been ink. him. Before I knew of bio rmiiMt lin.v..t-
the beautiful, and Rome the proud, first into unnlJlP y aw'L ,r . er- 1 called and found 'lim mnking his will,
lhe arms of a self-begotten aristocracy: and , steamboat Mountaineer soon catno In thai instrument ho inserted an expression
ihcn into the chillingsepulchre of despotism. ?
t i.. . r .i.r ' Cincinnati. Of the ord
MiwvAHciuw ui ovwvtr 111 una uui tuuuiry I ii j ,.i ----- .- . .ii uu "i"i "c
must be keenly watched we fear them both. .. unUI no" 1 c.an ""cely tell you begged all present lo take notice, that he had
tho demagoguo in rags, with words in his ony uun?' CXT J""1,1 fcou"1 no,1 Bei Ume becn n Sat sinner in the sight of God;
... iiij huiiiw wium it-u u ciocK. in nnu now uesirea nointnir so much ns rcmn.
consequence ol tho numerous scalded faces, ctliatton to God by Jesus Christ. He en- schemes of the Abolitionists to be taken
"-w'm vi iMiuiw. uiiu uu uiu vaneiv oi siir- :.i i - i?
nf liti nnd mnnnon in nur nrflnit nvtk.Ail I 1 1 ... i r . t ttr. .
-v -wuw cm- uducu "icnai jot t vuness asicea
nire. r mm thinm ret- ehnll n-wLI.r -..11 lw. AXA t.... t tt ...l- t trt ,
of our worthy readers; to satisfy laudable cim-' Washineton the nitrht the Treason
mouth to tickle the ears of fools, and the can
1 1 . ..I ...
Fate ofMolitionist, in .Viour-.-The Ic Jject of hia arrest.,';
jloturc of Jlissouri hai
recting all persons found engaged in the incen
it s nlnr nf Moni.ri ..... .,,t .1: 1 in.na uu yiuna en- uuiu uruini 1,
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vw ,l.lll,n uu utiu ucrii IVUIIW
lit. .nn...... ...M. ..TJ I...'
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inm ninsln nmmnn nnrt u iih uf v l.-Tj I -.w., m.1.11. mm 1110. iu uu uuiu- 11 1 t-iiiL'u u 11 ia nrn v ior mm. n nil iv nnn 1 im.i uu uuu so u as Rinvrs. nnn mr tlin tivnnil nil 1 1 11 ,. . . .
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, ...,,, .: i .:..;..?. r i.. i i. --t--", ""v i eninu aoout in stenmtioais. nna oncEt
upon the middle class, tho active morchant, r .7 L . 1 a' "'"""J '"""Mrauon oi no uesougi i me not to cease to pruy Tor him . , . sron called nn fitlmr tn tnmv if h
whose tnlernrisH strnlphps nil nnr thn tr)nU
auuanum. two thirds ot the people on while ho ived. I cnllfil nn him .UicAie-an, a State. The Detroit Sncctator! u,,.mj 111
1 - ...w j-.w-v, i i j I.. .J :. . II i . - I. . " -(...in vii . : n ivn rrnnt nrrnnul It i nt cii'inrr h trtt t
t.,... u.. . ...u l..:u. uuu u, jiiuiuuitiLf uu uiinvii nnn niinii itari nm rnntmir r n .!. c t i nnva iimt ft Mnnt;j-.n li. i t i h ...... ,
niu oiuiuy iiii-L-iiuniL-, who minus up our cu- . . , v iT ' Hiwiii.Hj- ui uiu iiyiutTiiui oi novemoer. -tlx- iiwmiuicu oi Ann , :ntT ln firti;.rr i,:.rc.H .7
i.q nnrl inun no If K . i 1... r. . Uiuiun. DUt not all men have aufllCJent nrns. and fnimif
mer who makes the wilderness blossom like " of "'nn such circumstance, nnlsuf- supported by hope in God. The papers tional assent to the proposition or Congress, forLdTw
the rose. Upon their broad shoulders stands fic,L,,t Pncc to bo useful surgeons and havo since informed us that he has been for tho admission of Michigan as a member of ' coml
tho fabric of Liberty, Equality nnd Law "urst's- y .w,(f ?nd "'If before culled away to his eternal home. He. was tho Federal Union I comP,,lccsi.ou rl0US occasl0n!' . mi
They mustdefend, if they wlsi to nrese ve been sadly trained, by the loss of a dear evidently nman of strontrsound inte L 2 hin 1,0 Drews were panne ft
tM&., V;XhVJ Wh7, exi General Bra- ed ounfe t Vhes Br
nil 111 thn nrinin nk. II IJ...1. 1 I f...L II OUI1C C13 WUS UUI C. UUL HII 1 fllV ft IfThl hn t'n I t .... M .IIH. UMUIUIIIGI HU3 UlUMtlH iw
rw na.tin s I. I rill . . 1 - B "
. against the Texians.
KK1.II IU lllUe. WnOSU 1 no IWn vnnnrr mnn I... Inn . -r
...1.:. ,'n . ..Im " " uiu IIUIUU oi
nimu riuuons irom nun i timer.
IT IIUiIHi 11U31I. I I m .
All's u-nll " MP, ,r,!i i a ...... .ill reiiei which can
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.mi ivus jvzii uiiuu uiu iHrTiit oi tne areauiui . . . : " ..-ww.io num uuni luiuu, were accomnaniea tiv ttmir - nn.
fire when the Park Bell was tolling, and tho ,,r e,crnn,1 surface, and whoso throats who escaped nil harm: not lonrr opo ihnir'
city wos n cloud of flame I We speak not ,VU OTSans 01 respiration havo been all scald- father had died on a journey, and few weeks
io create, out to nnay excitement, tor the on- " . w""" ' . since their mo her hni hrnn hr;.,A n, iTn...
I.. r I .1.1 ii .. . h ivn rrpttlnni.n ........ !J ii. . ii Ii. i .i .... '"vm in j.nn
ly auiuiy wuen me incenuiury lays his tram, , ?"" , . tu''eiuuiy scaiu- Hiaarid. J hey were seeking a new ho
uuu uiuivo ins lurtu, is in ruiso tne snout ol I j . j""1" ,,v" ""m.-iuuaiy wound- nmong tneir
I'irer- and to sound the watchman's ratt e. ru iwhu, mr l nomas was burned Uh o
Vesuvius is safe enough, the crater open for l"eT 0 eck and both hands.- Mr Fisher, of Salem in Kentucky, was
MM.ui.. LJUIBl'V. I J 1 J. HUM rifn nln... I nmn.... . I . . .... rr- .... .
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alraid to march . Mrs Rirhnri! Wh.tn rnmlpil airttr.
hn ii'niilrt Inrn cini.i'c nvirlunrii HI
however called for the defence, and-iii
tic or nothing.
The council for the prisoner here i
the smoke and flame, but wo to the traveller
who hazards a footstep on its sides, when the P,50ns were scalded m their faces and both been or will be the issuu in relation m 1,V,
vent is closed, nnd the rumble shakes the la- !'and5- So were two youths of tho name of and several other of our fellow n,'e
ya under him. Tho way to allay excitement 1 u.r nr- .. 1 have yet lo learn. That I escaneil iniurv
is lo attack tho wrong, to uphold the right, A Ir AIIen Mass, wns wounded in is a mystery for Dr Uulsev Tn th , T?t
and to give justice where wrong has been n"lh lmn' "nd " P !f.'is His berth beyond' me was scalded Poss K
done.. If .hero be excitement, ten men in bvrn s sufTenng injury from glass, the voluntary suppression o ? my breath JSj
this city can allay it in u single hour. If vns "verely scalded in his face, hands, a loose flannel wrapper mnv havTnn I .hn
they do not choose to speak, this excitement ,h"a'B,nd lu"&8- . . means of y - ,ffi.P 0 Z mar whom
now is but the little whirlwind of the Hurri- JT a" "nertipg young gentle- his bed on the floor prof cg said 4nt he
cane that to come. SiCnJZVfA f ir0ped- Uc "a odc.
Money. wor t? lAA E hlill" A young, rna'n
up,,, mn .i... c.,. I thnt in . ... t ou " "uo cn
7 pmn. -snoCTpfori, "v juui-uium nis recoverv must h.. KiifC.fnn
We "take our pen in hand." ns our irood ver.y doubtful.
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I m. c. ...t r i .m.jiv, uui Ul uji-oi' i can on v snv in th..
fer w 1:1"' '"c ,JO"nci Y 01 vashington, in midst of life we are in ,1 i,'.. i .: 7
mon- "V""."Jf' county, i'a called mo to him so teaclms , , h " :.. .'.".. ,,u'
ppio oi oiiierent sentiment
no injury. Had I strength 1 might
old grandfathers used to say, in writ!
tneir sweethearts, to write a diopter on
ey. It is a fruitful subject, inasmuch
is the eoverniner nrincinle fif wn mnu I
I , o i. . 1 , . 7 J ' I n fi.. .1 " i . , , , ' wul uuiu
iowcu me expression) ol mankind, and tho ,1 "l01 "'"ugni ne nnd suffered only in his
arte l.nn.nn 1 n . hnnrla Ki.t f.. . i. . J
w 4 iiuiliuil UIIIUILIUn. lUfinf'u IS n rrnnr "w"MUi wumil iU I lt ein r nntinn I I a r . . .
thing-a kind servant-a bad mash.-?- thnt no skin mlhered o fm below Id G
thief in a temple of viitue-a minis.,.r!n is. He was uncommonlv J,ZZ T.i S"i"J 2,"d,ent of Gr.ccc1' ' "l18 c""'y.
spirit to the needy a villinn in discuiso: 8.'enct,
and withal a sad rake. What builds un ,,le
tools in tho oninion of thn wnrlH? Mnn.. once,
What causes Indies to lonk Hndl nnnn M
advances of n vounc- man tn n hlnnmin My, Ohi
daughter? Money. What brinir,, nnmniP. Mnd d
mentary remarks from thn nM nn,i..i,.. ..i tiati
. w .vviu,uilll UbllllUtil 1
eugmenis irom the voune? Mnnv wh.i f nw
"A Turn Out." The prisoners, male and
lemule, at the Maryland Penitentinry, refused
tO fTO IO Work" th!a innriiiim .i.iln. ll...
i "tiiK omiiiiii: mill im , , .... . i
.........j ,,muuuuuui u nai as imrisimas, ' , . . J"-"1" " '
iiicv wuuui nnv-n inu nt n im ...!.. ... s nrn mo -nmmitimn n thn nnPDec
. . .v . 1 .1 IlllljUttl U UUU -" " " w. ....
1 he keeper promptly informed them cd in tho indictment, and the time
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wmitnis vouiu not be granted; and after nrm-, lion by the act of Consress in 10
llirr n nmnhnr nr l.n 1 I . t 1 . -J . 9.1
- ... u ,.iu.cu, uuu placing tnem
on the walls, they were ordered to their cells,
where they returned peaceably, lo spend the
day in fasting.
Successful trick upon Governor .Virret.
Last week, all the papers in the city were
teeming with the joyful report, that lhe $103,
000 stolen from the Oneida bank, nt Utica.hod
neon recovered through the agency of n female,
who only asked as a reward, the pardon of her
rather, confined at Sing Sing, Tho pardon
Was obtained, through the influence of the di
rectors of the bank, nnd flr ti'nrijnil ntl1 I Ii n
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m.l limn ........ ... ... . . I . . I I .
"itu uuiiiu uui wiui ino truth, winch was
t hat she knew nothing of the afluir. Governor
Marcv mav revoke tlm rmnlnn l..i ,i,.. ri.
"i ui3 uuiiiui cnuii is prooaniv, ere now, out
muicuciiui pursuit. iv.i'. .iiorntfiff Jfetcs
llhode Island Money Market. The Pnw-
..A1 . nl ..... r
lui-nuv luiiiruiiicio says: "Money is getting
easier. A gentleman a few days ago, got a
iiiucjicnco in nis possession, and walked
streets with it in his Docket, in nerfeet
my wife extracted v h U fi Z "."."V" AaTVT?nB la ob.i ff.h whereas only a few' weeks nrcvious his
whole skin of the roof of his mo iiad "of oV SouJner WU,d
r McLnu-hlin f,nm ni ..: under tho following circuinstunces : Burns Mr. Poindexter.-li will bo trrntlfvinrr
o. was scaldn l i , n ' . con- was engaged in mending shoes, when his the many well, wishers of Mr Poindex te?. o
ied soon after h . V ,Tl7i . AT '"."' , ' . aslu'i1 !"m 10 .6 nnd get some wood, 'wm that the Natchez Courier of the Stlrult.
After the nccid. ni hA . ic f4.iU ? - rc'us"1j: 10 1,0 so. received n b ow in "."' situation as improving, nnd that
iiiir mi. ncciaeni hnppened.'hp onlirrtliii fnnn Tm.n Vn-t..i .....?i. ,. . . . there wns then n fnir nniM i,r ,:.
to h m and l.m,.J ii,,..- i ... '. i'Jlv . y " "u"i wnicn no returned, " "y.
ts the criterion of right nd n"BV MonS ?' im, for soul andlSdy, bnl S S SE !! " .h', J
.struggling, former, for said he I can't live." ' and felled hli lc T the flooV: The su
V "a me cause of wrangling
cheatintr. browbeniinn- h.n:n
soprevnlentamongmanlt "indf Monev W ! thn l.nr i f i ' ia "turning from "u" on n? projected through the
in fact is the great JhZl' S I Llho rnve' nenr whicl1 1 f ' wh,,ch V;ioni can'e in with
tion? Monev. Wh Z.?.?,.1!nl.Qn n(Fec- been confi.ned (Pr twenty days past, I resume h' ppl; . Finding him severely wound-
the mire of nnl .Z. rW . y narrative through the liopd of an am- Ulu nSore were called in, who assist-
e Editor to inform hn37' r.u t i McLaughlin has left.a wid- eH t0 Pmcat 'm in bed and dressed his
jjuiiui iu iniorm tlio nub 1C of thnsn OW nnr n Inm.. fn,r, nf nl. l.i i . wounds. Mn i,nl, e. j.
rr-5 nn 1 i . , l . " 1.1111111111 iu ;ament , ; , . "r kv nurus while un
are uie vorv man
rr3 tin ..in -t-i tr... ui- . i ,ui,u , ..w.na ..,
iwn ZiJ,, f ' ' 1 ou u""meiy acnln-. . Mr ftlyrick appears to " rbL- ,s ,nis P,crl'on. but not aflerwnrds
,u'"'- ' vo oon an amiaoto and pious man. On " ul!-u 113 s'iett atinday morning. Burns
Female Exr,r,;n Tim . t. . , VH 1,1 - KKU "M nis aen"l "a played LV"' yrara oi nge, and hns had
Jurlirn Pninn r .i cuiuivu u.uii una, - oourngo, uisconsolate. ' "" noenesier Adv
i,.T; . . , 'sw mo uvc vuiuimiiuii. uuu watchman tell us of thu
.-.uuu,, u, inuepenuence. was nduced bv n niehl." Soon aft..r hn wn, ...iu t r .i
mend to go to an assembly to see a no ed him in his berth and bathed hTm 'h.., U"Itl'?V.'M"Jf'ln is. n dog be-
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prisoner coniu make no ciaiaiiow'
if ho had been, during the two
gitive from justice.
it ivi-y, acii., uigui'u unit '"- r .
was clearly a fugitive from justicf,K
n void detection, when he depart
Washington nn t ir Rntnrdav euniD?"
burning of the Treasury, and thai 113
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oi iiignt Drought mm unaer
iho stntue. therefore beimr. by tbat &
ueparturc, n Jugitire, he couta noiu
benefit of tho statue of limitation. ,
'Ph.. h ICpv.aai'
victed tho prisoner, iV. Y. Star,
ICPWo owe nn apolocy to Aleides. for thn
oversight of our compositor, in printing last
week without its title, his lines entitled "Tho
."."" .. ,YU u,n.nK our poetical younir
Irietlll Inr Ilia -nmrnimlnni: I i '.. .
. . .. , ..1.IV.UIIU1I3, mm sunn twj
happy in n continuanco of them. We think
ho possesses a talent for verification, which
nt least, is worthy of cultivation. '
beauty who was io gace the : meeting "wi '"icat liveT "X" ll hSE2 DeE'br " lT l 8 trnin "
her presence. When ho arrived thnm nn in thnmntntnt. " "V,n.u f.'H .Vedna.m brnch road, wh ch accomnnnin.
being asked how ho liked her npnearance and wns so scalded as to remove most of t .,! i ,r,om 1,10 C,V "very trip, an
call her handsome? She has no more ox. of his hand
preesion man a met oj milk!" however, in
huh tihiic i H.hirm.i l i : . ii w
nnd feet. h ...n--;:.! " "r "A45." 1 sPeea nas been once or twice
. . wMuuwa eu mi). i. i i riHii imnw.in.. . .. . i--
his throat and lungs, .fl ho ha8 each time "
Coloniiatian flnriel.. tm. .
Ionization Societv 1 el, ?u7 1 ' 1 ",crijCa". Uo'
mcs at Wnsluncton. on Dm ,,:' P"V
3th ult. Henry CKy, V o p id nt of
n!,.Sf,.clr" the,c!'ir. Thesneakin
oiy flattUerirg?U' " U'e ,,r8',eCt8 of
"Oay Martin.-Mr. Day, the celebrat
ed blacking manufacturer of London, died last
October, leaving a nronertvestlmntn,! iak
000. ' -
most Melancholv. "We sa.
Dedham Pntrint nf Thiirsdav."aW
in Itnithllrv llm nllu.r li.TV. OU 111"".
the Institution in Boston, who
blind. His enso was singularly Ji5"
A . I Ur ll
a year ago, he was a urignt, jr.
with shnrn hlnnlf pvm! hfi took til '
uu coiiLMi nno snnn alteram.'""
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coiu. ic i hrniirr it nn n coul'uvi
cnr,n..n .1 . II . hllllS'
'niKua . iiuriicier. ne airumvu -
l l .. . . ..... in
UiUCIl IIU rnn nil in n. Ihnl Ills fl"-.
Started frnm thnir L-..t... nnd W'!1
uu ins cneeusi 'J'he nlivs cian
fu mm in n nmn iitir tn restore uit".
nlnce Iinri1rlnnul.il, . cnrnn-H the cef
Wll Ch thnu um hn 1,1 n the SO"1"
lim.. i.n.u j - i ....i nr. ui-m iiF
.inly uuiu uronneu outi iimj-: ..
i , . . . . ii. ... tan
seaico in tnrnn mirht. nni iub " .
tnrough life without even the nor"
to cheer Inm."
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Spontaneous Combustion. uc
n ctihtaui m tho French navy,
llnnff in h!o l.n.l rtlin.hnnrir OU f1.
....... ,i, M,n utu ui vuui wuii - j
. i ... i r i... mill
vjciuunr. inn nnnur unri ni ma v-i
hnfhrn hn hn.l ni-n.iM.i,) l.'tmcolf Ul'c
bottle of brandy, which was found IJ
8l'do him almost entirely emDtV. "4 j
tho attitude of n man in deep sleepi,
tllO mpdlnnl nvnminnli'nn nf ll IS lW I
vn.i.... 1..1.I v.. w " ,
Inn. I. I...1 I ...irnnltd.f
miWfc 1 1U11L IIP UUU Ut?t.'Il OUUVVi...
I lw. . . r i.. ., i r.im S
lSvoSSSXmiaa' orF M the
uua combustion, tne name o
havincenmmnni.'.ntnd with his blf1"'
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