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No. SI.—WirdLE Kb. 333.
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To village and (ingle mail subscribers 2 dollar* per
year, payable before the expiration ofeix month*.
To companies of aay number over six, $1 50 per
veer, payable a* above. To eompanie* let* than six.
$1 75 per year, payable a* before. IU~ 25 cent* will
be deducted from each ofthese prices wbeu payment
ia made in advance. These price* are exclusive of
mail or stage charge for transportation.
No papers will ho disebaiinued until all arrearages
are paid, except nt the dikcreiion of the editor.
Notice of a wish todiscontinne must he given before
the expiration ef the year.
AuvxitTistita. One sonare three insertion*, $1,
and the same proportion f*»r two or more square*.—
HnIC n sonare 75 cent*. Continuance over three weeks
00 per cent per week. A liberal deduction mode lor
'advertisement* continued C or 12 month*.
Administrator*’ nnd Executors' Notice*, fl 00
Commissioner*' Notice*, 1 25
All communication* must bo post-pnid.
A certaTn^cure for the
«OWEVER inveicrnte, in one hour's applirntion,
■mad no danger from inking cold, by using
V Dumfries' Ointment.
Thi*'Hbrimradnu, Ibr pleawtni^^gfcty, expedition,
ease tdWf Avtainty, stalls - >r the cure of
thi* troulilesedigk.codiplaint. _l»id, n* well a*
eerniin in ita operation, a* to airWIt disngreenhle
disorder mo*l effectually in ope hour’* application
doe* not eontnin the lenat particle of mercury, or
oiliertl.ingerou* ingredient, nnd nrny ha applied with
perfect safely by femide* iu nny lime, or to children
nt the b renal. ....
Price 37 1-2 cents n box, with ample direction*.
THE Proprietor heg* leave to recommend (which
ho due* with the fulleH confidence) one of :he
miMl vnhmble remeilie* known for Ihi* irmible»ome
nnd pninful compliant. VVilliout going into deiml, lie
deem* it enough to «ny, lltnt be Into in hi* po*frumn
the mod uu.louhted ictlimoninl* ihnt ll line more com
pletely nn*wored iho purpoiefor which it i* imeuded,
Ikon any other popular medicine.
Tide remedy i* i>«rfnclly innocent in ill application,
in all condition*, age*, and *exea. Full direction*,
(lopcripliou of iho cnmplniut, &c. accompany cacti
packet, which oou*i*l* of iwo bote*, Ointment and
Electuary. Price, $1 fur the whole, or 50 cent* if but
one of ilio urlieie* i* wauled.
O' None are genuine nnle«* iigneil on Ibe noteld*
primed wrapper, by the eoltprmrletm-.'t. KIDDER,
immediate eucceeeor in the line Dr. W. T. Cjikwav.—
Fur *nle ni hi* Coenilng Room, over No. 88, Court'
Street, near Concert Hall, Bualon, and eleo by Im
epecinl nppointmenl, by
Samuel Duel and J. O. Beckwith, Hlehfieldi
E. Cowles, South Farms; Daniel Norton
Canaan; Judson tf Whittlesey, N. Preston
Isaac S. Wadsworth, Bcthlem ,• Newton t,
Henderson, Ooshtn.
Largo difconiit to tlioie who buy to tell again.
Fwlinmry 8__ly8*3*
PURE LINSEED OIL, manufactured
In till* County—Lnharraque’e Chloride
«»f Soda, tvllh direction# fur it# varlou* u«e#i
Chloride Lime, Hlhberl’# London Browr
Stiiul—with many other article#, .at the Drug
Medicine and Paint Slore of
Litchfield, July \ I, IMS. ___ J
At Apothecaries' Hall,
•mALI O*"”
Ginger, Pepper, Spice, Sal-Eratue, Copper##,
Alum, Black Lead, Noyenu, Gum Copal,
Copal Varnish, Kotin, Red Tbrtnr, together
with a variety of other articles not uetially
kept In etfabliahmenlt of this kind.
Litchfield, Pel. 4_ 17
Marsh’s Superior Patent
► fflHESE Truttee are conetructed in many
X particular# on an entirely new plan, nnd
their advantage over all other truiia# ha# beer
attested not only by the mo#t re#pectnl»le m
the Medical Faculty, but l»y tha actual egnti.
riment of lho#e afflicted with thedl#ea#« which
they a re intended to alleviate.
An aitorlment of the above Tm##ea I# lefl
for #*le.%lth certillcate# of their great utility
for anamination by tho#e Idlvre*led, at Ihi
Blare of <!• G. BECKWITH,
Litchfield, Sept. C7 «
Books and Stationary,
WHICH they are determined to sell ai
low aa can be purchased in Hartfort
or New-Haven.
Goodwin & Galpin.
P. 8. Cash paid for SHEEP SKINS suit
■hie for Booh Binding.
LitehJIeU, Jm. ft, ltflt.
LEMON 8YRDP. Chloride of Lina
White Mustard Seed, Poehct Lights
Porter. Varnish. Olive Oil, Oil of Cloves
Alow. Copper**. Paint*. Liereed, La asp aw
ntliM OILS. PAINTS. Raala. Laaap
Mach, Papper. Splca, Nutmeg, and Aleoho
ft.a ninety cents to seven .hillings par gal
loa; Opium slidCamphnr—prtee.aaOTuah
aH of which, together with aprevioosly pur
abased atnefc. will be sold for caah ergo*
- s^%*SWSrBSW!
*7£$S5ZZ. itsc
Not Bad.—Among the Tonal* giaeu '*> Mr. Poin
dexter at a Into Public Dinner at Viekaburgk, (Mi.)
we find the following:
By F. Blackwell.—Tho Cotton Plant of MUtiuippi ;
the anowy ample of the Sooth; mny neither blight,
rot, nor mildew, affect it la the field; nor Rr/brm
Tariff Voto or Cholera, injure it in the market.
The Jackaon popera denounce the Hon. C. A.
Wickliff, a member of Con great from Louiarille, Ky.
aa an npoatate. The Public Adrertiaer publiahetl at
that place ia exceedingly hitter toward* Mr. W.
The meeting of the Anti-Jackaon Elector* of the
conatiea of New-London and Windham, which waa
held at Norwich on Friday laat waa very numeroua,
nnd conaiated of much of the moral worth and charac
ter of thoae countiee. The whole number of delegatee
waa not let* tlinn eight hundred. The Hon. Noyea
Barber waa appointed Preeident: Hon. Daniel Pack
er nnd Richard Low, E*q. Vice-President*; John
Hyde, Eaq. of Stonington, nnd Allen Hnrria, E*q. So
rrrtariea. Tide Inrge and highly reapeetnble audi
ence wn* nddraWed by the Hon. Menr*. Young, Ella
worth and Huntington of tho Houae of Repreaenta
liven, and hy the Hon. S. A. Fool, of the Senate of
Ihe U. S.—by the Hon. Roger Huntington of the
Stole Senate; nnd hy Thomaa S. Perkin*, Erq- of
New-London.—N. Lend. Oat.
Corporation v*. Jackson, Pawnbroker.—A *uit wn*
tried yeaterJny before Judge Hoffinnn, any* the N.Y.
Advertiier, on a complaint made by a poor colored
wonmn. She nwore that nhe left n brenat-pin nnd
counterpane in pnwn for aeveu ahillinga—that when
*he came to redeem, ten ahillinga were required; ahe
(•ititinlalnnl nf the elnirtfo. when it wna nffread to tnkc
nine shilling*; byl on receiving n i wo dollar hill, they
retained ten shilling*. Jackson's son wits brought i
forward, who testified directly opposite to the woman:
llis testimony was impeached by two witnesses. The
Jury, lifter an absence i»f about (wo minutes, came In
with a verdict for the Plaintiff—which imposes a floe
of $100 on ilia defendant.
Remarkable Death.—As Mr. Artemns lleminway, 1
of Pepperell, Mass. on Friday morning Inst (Oct. 5.)
was dipping some new cider out of the vnt, he was
slung by a yellow wnsp on the middle joint of the se
cond finger of his right hand. He cried out immedi
ately that he was in great pain, nnd n person who wn*
near came np and extracted the sling from the wound, i
His anguish increased so much, however, that he was
obliged to be led to hi* house, at n distance of nel
more than ten rods from the spot w here the accident
happened. A* soon ns he reached home he threw
Itintself on his bed, unable to support himself, appear
ing to have no local pain, but complnined of an uni
versal distress, ns lie expressed it. There was nei
ther sickness at the stomvich, nor spasm* of
any kind. He complained of an uneasiness in the
bowels for a few moments, and soon after his counts
mince brram* livid nnd he sunk Into a state of insen
sibility, and expired in less than twenty minute* from
the lime that he wn* stung. A physician was Instant
ly sent for and arrived in about half an hour after Mr.
Heminwny'sdonth, when the body was found to be in
such a state as made it inexpedient to examine It.
ltoiten paper.
The Cobbler.—A eobler at Leyden, who used to at
tend the public disputations held it the academy, was
once asked if he understood Latin f “ No,” replied
the mechanic ; "but I know who is wrong in the ar
gument.'' “ How l" replied his friend. “ Why, by
seeing who is angry first.”
The Episcopal Convention of Now-Jersey, have
elected the Rev. Georg* Washington Duane, of Bos
ton, Bishop of that diocese.
An old man, by the name of Rleh'd Roberto, who
lived in Madison eouuty, was shot dead at Groenbaw'e
blacksmith’s shop, in Limestone county, Ala. on the
18th iust. by on* Clio*. Lewis, also of Madison coun
ty. The circumstance* of this transaction are briefly
these Lewis I* one of three men who killed Wm.
C. Roberts, a son of the old man nbov* named, at
Durrus' old store, lost spring. Johnson, another of
the three, was shot liy some unknown person, while
going home from this place, in July lust, an account of
which was then published. It is presumed that bad
, feelings have been since existing among the surviving
friends of the parlies. And these feelings have, per
haps, led to the uphnppy deed wo are now recording.
On the day ofth* late homicide, old Mr. Roberts was,
as nbov* slated, nt Greanhnw'* shop, walking about
the door in * stooping position, apparently hunting
for something—Lewi* rod* up, had a gun with him—
nnd the first words that nllrneted the attention of those
present woo, hi* commanding Robert* not to advance
' towards him t—At this salutation, Roberts straitened
himself from hi* stooping position, nnd as ha did so,
• sol_a l-j_A .L. o.sslnnis nf lisa atlH in
Miwra III CU| WWW - ■»
Robert*' alxtomen, which cnuieil hie almoet imrnedi
mi* death. Lewi* did noi attempt 16 aeeapa. Ha ia
now in Jail ia Ihia plate the aat having haan dona in
Ihia coanty, though lha partita raelda ia Madilaon^
f'tUal Duel cl Nnc-Orleane^—k latter front Mobile
of September flOlb, Malta that Edward King, formerly
of New-York, waa killed ia a dual laM weak at New
Dietreeeing Accident.—In Newtown, (Maaa.) on
Wadaeaday of I aat week, William Kendrick, aged
about 18, ton of the laic Mr. Caleb K. Iom hie life in
j tha following chocking manner. He waa out on a
(hooting eacureion, aad while converting with nooth
er 1*1. be placed lb* but of hi* loaded gunupoatba
ground, and t bought lowly mood with hie band over
the mottle, loaning bin body again*! it. At ihia ariti
! eat moment, tha gun waa by aonm mean* dieebarged,
aad poured it* deaihfel aantant* through the hand and
, lha heart of ita unfortunate owner. Ho waa Interred
on Tburaday, aad wilt him were buried tha hop** of
a widowed mother.—iVwjfWfc dnrWcM*
Mr. Van Baron, ae we lour* from tha Argue, reach
’ od Albany on Taaodoy, from a women. tour, and wa*
j greet ad—warrior a* hu io-trith twoaty-fcwc round* of
| artillery ! Thu* do** aarvibty infirm «h* feud.
N. Y. Amrtmm,
I Anecdote —k lletlu Mfe* ahaat 14 yaara of ago at
. tended a writing aabanl. aad bad mad* eenddarablu
. prodeianey in bar ehuwgrnphy. Thu mamer aat bur
• aapfe* ufebabmiauNy, and after tombing lb* ward
I “ Union” wbfeb waa gfeua bur, aba nitl—Ij feebod
I up in the fcao of bar tuaabar and inquired if hu did
1 am think aba would amha a prmiy good undue ia tbn
eourae of a aaapfe af yuuref "1 iqtbar imagine you
wM,” waa tb« reply .—New- Bedford Om. .
Cholera at Cincinnati.—Ws have dial rawing ac
count* of the Cholera at Cincinnati. The report of
the Board of Health, dated noon on the eleventh,
•tatei that the number of new eeeea during the twenty
four hour* previous wee 10, & of which have termina
ted fninlly. On the 12th, a* appears from the suhjoin
ed letter with which we hove beee fevered, the die
eaae assumed n still mure alarming aspect :—
Cincinnati, Oct. 12, 1833.—'The cholera is raging
fiercely, and more malignant than it was with yoe.—
Those taken do not live more than 3 to 6 hours, and
nearly every cnee, so far, bn* terminated feinlly. It is
more indiscriminate here than with you: for it ntlnuks
high and low*. The report to-day is 33 cases for the
Inst 24 hours, and it only commenced this week. [The
Board of Health report on the 12th, 14 new cases,
and 18 deaths.]—Cleveland Adv.
An old Republican remembered.—Among the new
members uf Congress recently chosen in Pennsylva
nia, we observe the name of Wm. Clark, t»bo held
the office ofU. S. Treasurer, under the administration
of J. Q. Adams. He will now go back to Washing
Ion, as the representative of tho district ia which Har
risburg, the sent of government of Pennsylvania ia sit
uated. Ho wns elected by a-targe majority.^-Reg.
Aleut Orleans, Oct. 1.—The Intermente during the
Inst week amounted to 110 ofnll classes and color*, a
mongst them were many children, rcveral slave*, aad
n number of intemperate laborer*. Nevertheless, wo
are compelled to say that fur many years, nt tho same
season of the year we have not teen the city a* sickly
ns it is at present.
The Charleston, Vn. Banner, *nye» that the tide of
. . . . . . . J .- l_C__
eiiiigrniiun iv ■cuing wiiii nupi **v|#ewa**j
Virginia to the Wett, and that every hour in the doy
trnina of wagon* nre neen patting in thnt direction, ae
compnnied hy great number* of »#b»taatial yeomen.
A tuit ha* been commenced by Mr. Joteph Blunt,
of Now-York, ngaintt the Albany Argue fora libel—
The Argu* of Thursday remarlt*, that it* impre»»iona
and tntpiciont, aiqppeart by farther inquiry, were un
founded, nnd unjueftowawU Mr. B.
Colleges,—lU-lween fifty nnd *ipty Hitdent* have en
tered linrvnrd College *ince the laarCoinmencejnent.
The Freahumn Clnia nt Amheret College it tinted nt
•evenly. Upward! uf on* hundred have entered nt
Ynle tince the latt commencement—N. Y. D. Adv.
Murder,—On Monday afternoon latt, aome childrnn
at play in the meadow, in the part if the eity, ealled
Wapping, ditcovered nn infimt In a well. They im
mediately weut and informed aom* older pereont who
proceeded to the tpoi. On taking It out of the wnter,
it wn* found to lit a male whit* infant. Ite tkull wa*
broken, nnd a Hone tied to ita loft foot. It It tnppottd
to have lain in the well 10 or lfidayt. Thejuryofln
queit brought in their verdiet that the efiild tame to
ittdeaib in con**queoc*.ofblowa Inflicted on ite tkull
by tome perton or pertona unknown.
7 Middletown Sent.
A Good Dividend —The New-Orleana Intumnee
Company, live oliltH in thit city, on the Mth ult, de
clared a dividend of (our hundred and twenty-five dol
lar! per there, on the amount of Hock paid in (which
It only of $100.) forth* la*t month*. Four hundred dol
Ian are appropriated to reduce the turetie* furnivhed
by the tloekholdert, and twenty-five dollar* in oath
nre paid to them.—New-Orleans Paper.
Extract of a letter dated Lexington, (Mltaourl.j
September 33.—The mountain eompan/ patted thro'
her* yeHerday, with 150 mule* loaded with beavet
fur, each carrying .300 Ibt. They had a brutlt with
Black Feet, nnd hail ttven men killed nnd teveral
wounded. Soublette, the principal of the company
wa* badly wounded in the arm and thoulder, but up
peart to be doing well.
Bbliop Fenwick, the Catholic Blthopof Ohio, die
of the Cholera at Wooattr en the 8th idol.
1 /Vn M FtshkiH.—On Wednesday morning latt«
4 o'clock, lb* large maaufiiciory In the village n
Frnnklinville, of tin Horlea, owned by Mr. Beijamli
Clapp, wat found to be on fir*! and In two hour* I
wa* destroyed with all the Mock and machinery. Tin
three lewer Morie* were oeeupled by Mr. Olopp a* i
•aw mill and Mr. J. C. Smith ata machine tltop. Thi
three upper Meriee by Levi Cook and Co. aaaoomb
factory. Mr. Clnpp't lot* it ettimated nt $0000j In
aured $4000. Mr. Smith**, $80001 no inturnuee.
Levl Cook fit Co. $10,0001 Intured $7000. The fir*
I* tuppoted to have origlneted in tlie taw mill or ma
chin* tbop. By thit fire, rltiag of 100 handt art
thrown nut of employment—N. Y. Advertiser.
The New York Journal and Advocate tay* t Tbi
editor of on* of our exchange paper* bad belter adver
tit* for a printer who will net head the tong, • Whilt
all in tear* we went on there,’ * Whale oil hi three i
sent on shore.”
_ . . • . . mi__a_f tali
rwll ^icnanrw#—
in»t. two men were drowned in the river oppoeile thii
city | John Jacob*, n enilor nn board the aloop Gang**
Capt. Wheeler, and a nolle# of Holland, recently nr
rived in tbi* country from England, and Doniti
Van NaUtr, of tbi* city. We eederataed Ike deeoac
ml, with other*, were In n email bom belonging lo ibi
Gang**, which the preconi Ireehet in the river ewep
with each violence ngninet nenool boat wltieb it one
Dally encountered, that the unfortunate individual!
above named were precipitated Into the water, nut
before they could be remand, the current ewept then
under the bottom of the large bow.—On Friday, Mr
Daniel Wart,who, aa wo loam, bad racwilly removal
from Poult nay, Vermont, nod wee reluming thitbei
on buvinam, took paeaage for tba north in tba ennn
bom Fair Trader. When tbo boat wn» about darting
Mr. Ware look a rotting polo to aid in ahoving bm
from the dock; and in hi* e*»rte for tbi* purport, live
polo dipped from tbo dock, Me. Warn loot ki# balance
fell into the river, nnd eunk before neetetanc* conk
reach him.—Troy 8*nt.
Water b the Oity *f Nno-Yark^Tba boring e*
periment* ofDiabrow have diaclotod to the citicaaa <*
tbi* city tba Iran aeenw* fmni which they mad her#
after drew pare water for the unanftbc city. Borvaf
through ib* reddinh day end mod which dieoolor nml
__j_ impure the water in the nemmen walla of the
X 0, 0— -
rock which feme the
either in the erovtoeaec
bad of gravel below h, to
T.TTX of be bender pbmeefnoeuamlolion.
Mr. Diebrow eogjoevoreethie tn bo the abnia eftbn Ab
a^dideneo of from oee to four bnwCred to wbbotc
i any bnpnrlty.—Jtovpgw,
Extract af 0 Utter dated Richmond, fVn.J Oct. 6.
—The ascertion that intemperate drinker* are moat
liable to Cholera, dues not hold good here. Of that
description of whiles, none, or very few Jiave beeri at
tacked here, but it line lallen on the tem|iernto and do
cent portion of White*, and seven eights of the black*
who have died were not intern pemte. Many of thorn
had no means whatever with which to procure liquor*.
| During three days pall, the disease has been declin
ing. If the weather continues fhiremblo as at present,
it will probably leave ha in n week nr ten davo. It is
now punning np thd river, and will soon roach Lynch
littrg, no doubt.—fit. Y. J. Com.
Wheeling Bnftk Robbery.— The Hagerstown Pres*
of Wednesday contalh* n report', tjmt the robbers woro
detected in the foliowing tnnuiter. The Cashier nud
others liioloitging to Ihe Bank, in searching for some
imres to discover the 'depredators, found a stamp of a
candle, rirouml which was wrapped it small piece of
paper, having on it the name of i merchant of Wheel
ing, to whom they immediately went and inquired
whether lie Had sold any cnndles on the night the
Bank was robbed, nnd to whom ho had sold them.—
The merchant told them that he had told candles to a
negro boy belonging to a certain tavern in the town,
whither they proceeded, and oil inquiry loarned thnt
the candles had been bought for tome gentlemen who
were then up stair*. They went up stairs nnd found
the gentlemen busily engaged in dividing the spoils.”
Ycrtordny afternoon, between 6 and 6
o’clock, aa Mich Margnrotta Potter, daughter of the
late Wm. W. Potter, was return ingwlth another young
lady, from the church of thu Rev. Mr. Chnmhers, she
wm reized with n zenzetien ol rnintnem, end l eitiwiK
•d lo her friend, that ihe felt extremely ill. The
young holy oddrerted, turned lownrdz her comptiiiion,
nnd foond her in teitrz. She hecnme momeninril.v
wnree j and on renelting the eorner of Cheznut and
Tenth ztreeiz, wttz assisted into a drug ztore hard by.
Here a phyiicinn of the neighhurhood wn* eent for,
who ordered her to be taken instantly borne, ae Iter
hotire woe nigli at hand. She waz placed in Ihe phy
sician's carriage, in n rials of complete exhaustion,
but nbleto comprehend objects in the etreet. lit pass
ing, she observed her mother, who had beonsent for,
hurrying to the shop whence she had just been remov
ed. She called lo Mr*. Potter, in n feeble roiee,—
nnd this recognition was the lastof her life. She was
conveyed home, and exeopt the repetition of her moth
er’* nnme, the never *poke again. In ten minelet,
■he wa* a lifelen corpse.—PhUadtl. On.
Daniel O’Conitoll linx great advantages
of person—‘he tins alt that appearance
which height and robust proportions inva
riably give to the orator, without being the
lenst corpulent or fleshy, without coming
under Cicero’s anathema against the '* vas
tus.” Ho has great girth of chest—and
standk firm as a rock ; his gestures are free,
bold and warm—his countensnce plays
with all lie utters—his mouth in particular
indicates with great felicity the passion of
the moment—frank in conciliation, bitter
in scorn. Indoed the shape of the lips is
rather a contradiction to the maulier traits
of the orator’s fine athletic person, it is so
pliable in character, so delicate in outline.
It indicates, according to the science of
physiognomy, n quick nnd even over quick
susceptibility. Eyes light, full, and dear:
the dark Brulu* • the throat nervous and
’ fiuelv shaped—always loft free in the loos*
enea neckloth *, a small nose, but with deef
1 set resolute nostrils, complete a very strik
ing and characteristic tout tnttmble. Well
‘I then, fonev the orator on his legs—six
' now for his voice I The Irith accent, it
| its most polished dialutfl, does net detroc
from a voice by far the most clear, flexible
1 und lucidly distinct you ever heard. You
' can’t escape into a corner of that ill-buill
house ana avoid St. Shut your ears-**ii
will croep into them I Yet he apeaks in il
much lower tone than most other speakers,
and in a much mellower key. As tb the
matter-^ho throws himself at once on the
strong bearing of the subject-^-he seises
the question by its comriton sense. Up
liko other lawyers, you never find him pry
ing into the little holes and corners, hig
gling his soul info the cranny of a question,
As was said of Lord Chatham, it is the onto
broad view he takes nnd insists upon, and
that that view should nllow him to be sc
i popular in the House of Cpmrhotis, lx t
striking proof how democrat!!: that assem
bly lies become. A wekk or two ago, on
Mr. Buxton’s motion for the emantipatiur
of slaves, Mr. O’Connell made an excel*
loot sneech : vet ik Parliament tome ter
yean ago, it would have been boiled sac
•luff, vis. lie instated more on justice that
1 expediency—did not bandy words abou
the interests of the planter thousands, bu
went ut once to the marrow' of the mattei
—the interests of the enslaved millions:
ten yeors ago, we say, this would hov*
been Irish deelanietio®*"“now •* h Catho
lic truth.
What is visionary to-dav is only declam
atory to-morrow, sensible the next day,
unanswerable the day after, and t truism
at last. But while taking this broad pop
ular vietr cf e question, while nervous end
often florid in language, O'Connell le not
a declamatory—net an Irish *P**h*r ,n
the English Homo. The horning flights
of that astonishing eloquence be exercises
over the multitude, he swam always efts
ious to repress ie the House—he rathet
. (|gurM m Debater than an Orator—
curbs his ardor, end' puts his |
restraint. We Rea sensibly
'r- fr— «— 10 ” ricr.
now idfBnc«Q( to s cvvttioxy oi mb wpMff
ority. His Farliamewsary Them WwUthiq
answer, seme tithe since, to Sir Charles
Wetlierell, when that very whimsical, but
singularly clever speaker lectured him on
tiie graces, was to use an expressive vul
garism, thoroughly masking /—so easy—
so good-rwturba; and yei such « bioar. It
reminded one bf the description of Ulys
ses felling fros. When the hero *
'* Cheeked halt his might! rising to the strokS
H tr jmckone dusked, the crashing jnubom broke;
Down dropped he stupid from tho stunning wound.'’
No man can cothbine in perfection, at
the same time, the cool, refining legislator,
and the vivid, popular orator. Common
place is the most popularSlpp of eloquence
ih the House of Common**, and to be pop
ular, common-place you mUM ash i.l° b.e
refined, or philosophical^ or speculative, is
to empty the House in an instate* It is
impossible to rend Burke's speeches and
not to feet that they could not hnve been'
popular—not to be Convinced that he most
nave boeii balled the Dinner Bull. But
Burke's speeches printed are not entirely
as tliey were written. No ! for if they
hiqi been, he would have had no auditor m
but the Speaker!—any thing resembling
them must have panic-struck the Squires;
but the speeches themselves* verbatim ot
literatim, it would have been a mobal im
possibility to have delivered in the House !
—you miaht as well fancy Confuciuk lec
i hiring in Chinese. So with O'Connell—
tlinnoh vmi mtiv ann nt nnr«t tknt hfl rfluld
refine if he would—though hie mind (na
his groat law-knowledge proves) is pecul
iarly searching, as well as comprehensive,
yet he know* lob welt the temper of his
audience to try it In any abstrUie specula
tion. And hence his main fault in tho
House, that of clinging often too much to
the more disclosed as well at the broader
view of a subject. Mr. O'Connell’s pop
ularity proves that his general sentiments
are ooitgeniel with those of tho majority;
We must not forget that ho also consults
their darling passion—ah aversion to ftm
gutwrt: lie speaks at least twice every
night on an average, but never seems long.
Short speeches and frequent speeches are
the best mode of obtaining parliamentary
success. ...
In taking Q’Connett as ft personification,
bf the present state of the general body or
the House in public speaking, we must be
struck with one fkct—the greatness Mid
variety of this man'* poWeffti “ Coitifbg
late in life into the English Parliament
feared, disliked—his very reputation hi an
orator nimqst enough to weigh him to the
dust—(for how, in an assembly where ora
tory does not thrlvji', could he keep up to
that roputation at first 1)—ft Cfttholic—ah
Irishman—an Agitator—Tbf'Agiiater^j
suddenly obtruded int'd Inis *hhiing assem
bly, where GrattCb had Wlthetbd end Flood
had aunk—every oye uppn him, but hot tri
admire—evory lip opart but not to cheer— * ■’
every ear intent, but not to be soothed—
was it surprising that h# failed it first hj*
la it not wonderfully surprising thet he naa
) succeeded bo eminently at laitl *H« Is
the only oak of mature agathat over bord
i transplanting to St. Stephbhs! What
> wrecks of mimes and reputations lie around
k him! Literally, he—the Iriahmhn—the
I Catholic—the Agitator—the mob-orator
I —is Hie only Ihllh, entering the House at
f that period of life, who ever obteined ul
timate success. How mudl does that
apeak, not pf power only, but of tact—of
aubtleiy—of conciliation I It is impota
ble, indeed, to see much of O'Connell
without perceiving thet he was formed for
great and priB-eminent petitions Jn tho
world's bye. With nil power—such gen
gentleness, such |<>od humor, such urbani
ty ! He could not lead Without being lov
ed by his followers, and in that lies oat
great secret of the uopretedtnted and dan
gerous (fur all individual power if danger
ous) personal ascendancy he has /
What an ascendency t Daniel <ru»B
noil, the almple counsellor—tne private
gentlemah, on one hand—the moral King
of Ireland on the other \ This difference
between the atation and the power, where
is its equal!—JUondon paper,
MAN. By a Young Lady.' N.
Man is the creatnre or circumstance* \
ami unless his dllpotltiou is naturally de- l
i proved, it is in the power of e wife to re* J
, dor him perfect enjoyment. She must not
[ abandon those little innocent artifices,
which she so successfully ererted in win
ning a heart, now that heart is entirely m
own, for when it finds the altrucOottgoBe, M
it rebels! The common wsy of wives is
to resign themselves to utter heedieesaess
and negligence. He sees in hto walks
beautiful women, dressed and adorned with
choice attractions, and when bn refuras
home, be finds Wa wife t» ditkwbilk!—
Then bU itne*lp?en inatknie. coojneri
eons between the carefully adorned Me*
ties that bean met We glance in the mow
ing end the neglected wife who has meet*
ed him o< heaM. Then L “
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