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PUDLIfillED WEEKLY AT RUTLAND, VERMONT, DY GEO ROE II. DEAMAN.
TIiriiSDAV EVENING, APRIL 4, 1850.
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The Flag of our Union.
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A t' riff I" "''r Uantici' I r.r it liworu
hl'-h H lb Itfpulilir lier tltllon ,
'I'nitri hp ltiil dliulfit t Ull1'
It iniili- 'h1 (iipiicitp in A IMllOll!
Ttif umnii of lakp Hit union eit laniN
'Dip uncn of Suipi iinri fin nvpr-
7 i,t uninn t( hril ihr union nf hiiuli
And thf Flig of fnion fur pvi '
And the Flg of the- l.'nlon fui mi' !
V,i fi'o.l m hit Infinite Wisdom i!i'ifnnl,
Am) Mined nh ItrpuMinn thunitrr,
Not i lh cmli't dcpou ind fictions
II hp po rr to conriir oi iundr 1
'I lie union of ULp Hip union of li.imL
AnJ the l'lag of tin I'nion for nor
And tin King of ihr I'nlmi for pirr.'
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l'toni n.H N. V, Ttihunr,
The true Aristocrats. '
IIV C. 1). STt'ART.
Who lie the Noblri of llie eirth
Tlie Hue .Arnlrirrati
Who nerd not bow their hr.ids :o I.ui.!,
Nor ilolf to Kingi ilicir h.il.'
N ir lliry, hut the Mi'ii ol 'I'ml,
I t.p niiiihiv and iIip frer,
W In nr lii'ilk ni.d hamls Mjbdnc lilt eitli,
Aii'l loiiip.Di .ill the r.i'
Vi ho Jif- lh' , liul the Mrn of foil
W ho rlenvp thr forcsli down,
And paint mid ihr mldi'mrss
'I hr lumVi jiid ilic Ion n'
N ho fin'it ihr bilili't, te i r ih "nri,
And uii'i lli world ji, rrown
Of .. inn, nml frnr. nd history,
Ind pMnji ol old renuiMi!
I 1 inn i 'i piu I ol 1 1 r i ! d t y .
At.. I cniii ih'- kiiijjblms oid ,
'I'I fir "1 "f .niii" .irp no'i.i1 ih il-;
I heir prif tr i from Co i'
Tliryiikri. t from itn r-ir 1 1 cnn i
'I'Iip R or.r ol their nuiie,
Hut win,k phi llirir f.ithpr. won,
VI i l.iiorl wn-alh of I'nii'-.
AM things whieh have heroine na
in, nut, have much more to do w dh
tin nature, than perhaps, strikes the
general eye. Music and musical instrn
nn'iils certainly serin to have a re-
tn.irkable connection with the climate
and c inceptions of a jwop'e. Ainnng ihe inuerniosi sniilon thegoldeii Ik-iiius eidei bi ll.tr lodgi d in a side street of
the nations of antiquity, the peo io of of dewy morn and the twiuking if the new tow n o Ivlinburgh, and he
Judea were, perhaps, tlie greatest cnl- ihe stiiri y eyes of night. Lovefortln hinisoT arrived late one night, on an
tiv..'.v rs of music. Their temple wor- flower tlin', kis-ed by tin- spaikhug uuex; ecicd visit tolimi from the conn
slop vns on the largest scab of music. nf ,,. pearly dew drops, seemed a trans, tr; . liemg known to the landlady,
a! magnificence, and for lint woiship. p!,niied exotic from ihe bind of per ho was admitted at the door w'thout
they had, esf-ocially, the two most mag- jni.il spring. Love for a'l i f Cod's question, and pa-sod into ins brothel's
nificent iiistruii.cnts Know u toantiqui- criniuro, from the In ire upon the lull chamber, without' ku wmg whether
y, the trumpet and harp In latter side to tin: sou', gdtod ones wh- toil 1 r not the lain r had returned from his
tunes, the horn instrument nf the upon tin highw ay ol earth, in eager professional engagement. Honover,
S iss and Tytolose mountaineer. Its search for the gold that perishes, and on erceiving the gas letdown, with
lung and wild modulations. ;s p woi- press ceaseless on to the dicadul goal oj en I ooks abont the tab'o, and as-n
fill toiies.nnd its sweetaud inil.incholy of life the dark and M'enl grave'? was not long past e!ew n,h'-sat down
iiiiiphcil-, make it tlie cm. genial in i ,.ive not ;is ihr wot Id would tians'aie to amuse himself w it It a volume and
Mriunents of Infti'iess .soliti,i. and the j the word, was hers, I ut such as is bmii aw nit his bioilu is eoiuiiu'. Half an
life of Shepherds. 'Ihe guitar is the I m ilt heart of hoails, is ihe urost hour had ehipsed, and -ti.i no appp.ir
ri.iinrnl iiik-tiument of a HMp'o tiki j f, e'ui oft mkI bimself, and the bn-rli once of him. The youth was gelling
those nf the I'cnmJtilar. Its lighli.ess ,, ,,. M111; tt, ihe bi aven of heavens! weaiy enough of il.e dit!! medical
vet tciidertieES ; its depth of harninuy. - Such love was l.ers! Aid could woikhcwas obliged lo peruse, when
yet elegance of touch, its delicacy of such a song as- her spun lyre ovi r at Insi he fancied he lieaid a low
tone, yet Kwer of expression, adapt it breathed echo long it on the linden breathing thr. ugh the half oj,en.
to a race of men who love pleasure, ' ear of earth ere the clour of Cod own- door of iho little U-.l-room. Thetho't
yl hale to toil mils pitrsmt ; whose ed anothei singer Could the c'ny for the first imiu s'liick him that his
profoiiudi st emotions are singularly long entomb a spark o' the celitiol fii'e bioihet had Ihvu all the while cuifor.
mingled with frivolity, and whose tliat burns over, seraph fed More the tubly in l d : ami hVf provoked at Ins
spirir.s consiMitly hover U'tween ro-' ibrouc of Hun. the highest of the high- own stupidity, h.-df at his broih-i's
tiinnco and cnricaime. The rich ge- est ! ple.is.ini m cousfiniisness, he resolved,
nun of Ireland has tiatisnipted to us Pu the autumn glories are abroad- with boyish reckVwmovF, to play him
o;iie of iIip noblest str.Miis in the world and the gold and vennihon i tinging a trick.
tut they are essentially strams of the the fohage of die shadowy forest. 'Ihe S'enlmg into the litl'e lied toom,
harp , the modulations ofn hand, stiay- brooklet sings a low, sweet, plaintive through the w indow' Mind of w lrch
ttig a will among a rich profusion of song, and the sere and yellow leaves the moon shed a dim light, ho all at
Mid Itupuing them with late fee'mg s.wcep in eddies along its bunks -.nd once !aced Ins hand f.rcibly on the
ftr.d lAiity. The violin is Italian in fetter its fnnmmg tide. The birds have ileepi-r's bionst, an I . shouted out m
Hi birth, ifs owers and its stylesub di-sttpiMrel from bower and l-usli, and nun in tt thientening voice to rise.
tic, tweet and brilliant morr immwh- on light, iiir-fauiiitig pinions .no waft- W ih oneUiiind thp young mansprang
fttely dofi-ndnnt on the mind than any- led to the grovr-s of the far-op", siumy '" the rlo-n, and lrf..re the other could
other instrument ; inferior to the voice smith. Tin- flowers ire huc-leis cotitrivc to make lum-Hlf known, there
in ividiiess and superior to all else m ccitless dead, and nature -Kenis wnm s-rugjlelieiwoen tliotn, in whioh
'ono, flexibility and qioce. The viol, decking hi tself in mourning, "in the the former reached hold of a pn,io
''t t tlie htiti I of i great pcMoimcr. gr.), .,f ,jrn,,-, ," f; t':. lui ! f f-"nl r g 1 '
! i ihe finest ofhmn.vi invoiit ons, for
1 it i tin-mi kt miii.vivp. 'Ilipnlin
jh.n ti sul, and lli.it Willi is Italian.
1'Km th Sunlit Hrjrjl.lirati )
it i k i u r i a c
l'iih h I rr iigr!i, tliu' tlieir f.,rm ie
Uui nf met, rlt) Uhi'nt (.It ln-trx. .
, I'lioupli litipt Mjnuris and bright punon
We know them by l!ic lotflifhl on thnr
j Iimw "
I Slowly she faded gently died!
i Like thu lei, der flow-Tel u heii tin
first breath of autumn fn'ls Upon lis
rooaio leaves and chills il pearly bn-
som, so she, a blos'oin of mole ihan
... . ... . . .
Worldy Ixnutv, tailed- Hied. Kilt
' e.ii ih v as not he ahidin;' place. Her
form of pretless piopottioiis and f.iirv-
likei-race was hut the casket, wove hy
I the fiiiL'fts of Cod to eiishime for ii
jti.ne a foul. Like ihe .stillness of a
L'entle r.ephyi, when it is lost amid the
oios.souis oi sprint;, or pau-es m us
M.rfiiined llmht to listen to the son of
ill wiM bird, so her breath slowly
yruw faint and fainter still, and her
spirit folded us wiiiys. listened to the.
chorus of angels and the iii.-tlinof
btulit, lifht pluiiied pinions as the
i i r :.. ..
Inliiied the air aionnd the soul oi the
; Slowly she faded, aently died !
Sixteen summeis had scarce elapsed
since that .-onl, transplanted from the
yai leu of Hraveii, first bna'hed the
sin laiuied air of ear'h and the dream
ol life bewail, hixlepii summers since
a clayey casket moulded m the like-
uess ol another and a betier world,
thrilled with Ihe i.ttNe of life. Sixteen
sumineis since, an eyeof deepest aztiro
peedeil Irom their curlamint' lids and
laughed in lilt roie-tiiiteil rays of a
.May iiiornum sun. Sixteen strokes
upon ihe yearly boll miico ;i golden
thread was spun in ihe soul loom of
(oil and ipnvered lo cattli,his likeness
, ;niil his holiness !
; A star in the circle of a happy home
, lit st upon the eye m its beauty and its
brii'htness'. when the face nf nature
' u ,i clothed in .iiii'e-,and her cineialil
j robe "as embroidered by the lint;ers nf
'spring with countless ll vci.s ol lam
bowline. It was May thou, bright
,eved, hiiliny May. ll is'autiimii now'
.N'atiin 's diess, e'vei beautiful, is radi
nl still, hut the web is less 1 us t r.iMI -.
' and the llowerv Woof is f.,rmi'd of lilies
I more sad. Shall tin .v " a!-o bee une
I It.-.-, beautiful asllic tuiieh of death III I -
1 loo-ens the shackles ol lite, the briu'ht
' visions of toe fiiline s'l'iils lhiou'h tho
I cut tiiiniiia elniids, and the eye alieady
, spirit .'il'n d, rests there. -n .' Shall tin
wakun; in Heaven, fioni the dream of 'inj. I'.iin would we Mill believe the
Jiarth. not he aloiioits, u hen the phantasy, but i-arth awake us. with the
i ro-y lineisol'inoi ii withdrew the Mai- hitler Until up u its hps, "She has
' rv curi.uiK of niolit, and Ihe fn-ny aone'.'' ( ! nn .' Aye, ue shall never
ehailol of day flashes on the e.ts'i-iu see hoi more, lint what is Mar ill to
vorjje t'ie s:aitiii,r p'.iut of the :'! 1 1 her ahidinur 'nor.' The cold, drtam
.en race-triick ol time, the hour-tiu'tikul I. ss orave is the lestmy place of the
dial of the assui'' year .' body. I. ut hi r Soul is itli Hod- is
I S ov. ly 'In faded, Lei tly died ! where "the wiek'-d ci ace from Iroub
Love had been the main -pru.-j if !niu'-ii:d the i ary are ;i! lesti"
evetv iiciion oi mat nea i n st. ive i
he.nt. Love, not only for the blight
' and beautiful of earth, bill for him
v hove bow of pioim.-e is painted oi.
' iheo!..iids.;md whoso smi!e ireu.bles p.
fl l'I'Tu . The heart of ninn, too, is)
sad. mid I i- day iln-ams nrc clad in
snmbie cnl. rs. Who shall say thitt
the earth mourns not for thr soul th;il j
i pluming its. angel pinions lot flight
to the realms ol oveilnsiiiig supshme'
and glory ? that the grave is not the
din knoss' that precedes the? morn of,
Hesulo thr bod ol t lint young, earth
strnyul angel o v (itched. Sciftlv tin ,
light stole in thr ugh the thick cur-
tarns nt the window. A illicit my on-
ly of the aiillliiiliiil Mill pierced the1
gloom. It rested on thnt brow so pln-
eld illid pale, UcmMed there mid cticir-
,c!i(l it as -lib a h.'do of (Sod's own
brightness and glory. No sie) echoed
from the hj.s of iho e around, save at
intervals a ha' I" Millid heart oh. The
slow lick ol (he c! ek upon the mantle
seemed to echo 'he tick of the clock i f
i . . i i . i . t . t . . 1 1 . . . . t. . .
no ; nic Dealing 01 me cmiiiug nean,
resniiiidnl'lil.e the hammer of time
niinvftiiii the sliaeUlcs o! earlli, ..id
'' ol' ! '"nv "'""y ifitfed 'dl upon that
dymir one who .seemed already mi-
morliil ! ,
II 'v siowly she faded, uently died !
4 . .rr... i .1. r
.-i .H"1"!1 on mu.mi, u imiuuu i
the a.sh y hps as if to speak, a !'ci)'le
movement of the slender, icy hand, and
all was Mill again. Had Clod churned
again his own, and did we stand by a
bed of death .No ! for once inore'the
icy hps pait as if Willi the breath of a
prayer, iiusii! t. pon inu siarneu air
Meals alow note, like thefai olfs rains
of anyel-timed burps. "Father, .Moth
er, Sister, Mrn !'' Like the fhek-
erine of ,t fech'e Imlil, the bnath was
hushed ni"inei lardy ; but nirain if fell
upon the ear. "Cod bless you, bless
you an: i-od, fainer, .-saviour, i
come. .Mother, Holy Saviour, receive
thy child ," all and silence reigned su-
preme. .No . sound, no breath, no mo-
Hon, but every heart felt lliatearlh had
lost one ol tin liriurne.st,lioiiesi anu u s!
and (mil owned iiiunner iiifei :
I dale not further lift the veil. All
is true that 1 have written, but many
heat Is an still weopms lea is of blood.
Yet, methuik'-, amid those of stairy
crowns and most radietit brows, is
L!!;t . That her sonr is the
swe lest and her iobe is thu whitest
will, spirit eyes we si o her still, and
faith t Us us hid she is moie than hap-
py that ih" u anderin-' -oul that trod
earth's pathwav lot a few short year",
is ayam leiiinti d with and Income ii
;irl of the ioat Soul of the UniveiM !
In tin; lu.-e sh.-tded raveyatd nf '
her y rave is lie- uiei in .s', ;u d Ihe 111 sl
lovi-iy Powers over-shadow it. Iter
name, linked with prai'-e, and twin
mated with soriow. is on everv hp. and
tin- ear i.f the ."nuiI iili tmie-. listens as
if ihe mekdv of iier voice was still ;i-
wak' lilli" the echoes of the ancient
villa-jo eiitireh when she was wont to
A Dangerous Practical Joke.
Tip- following n.cideiit was describ
ed lo it s bv a Inend. I lis gro n uti
Oli,f..r mercy's Mike, Ton, Vgas,'
out the younger, snatching aside die
window hlind,ns his lirolher, Mill he-
wildered with slcop.held him at arm's
length. Ho said he should never for
gi-t the expression of his brother' face
in the moonlight, as the fierce flare of
hostility e landed into recognition, and
lie i' i lan ins weapon on ilic tloor.
Neither of the two could speak lor
some tune ; the first words the eldest
'John, you stood nearer to making
me vonr murderer than toumie can
tell. If thnt pistol luid leen primed,
man, I d never speak to yon aain, I
Never while you live play a
second trick like that on mo
.Many a practical joke has had a
om endi'i!; but the narrator con
fessed that I e never passed surh an
other moment of c hotion- not fear at
all, hut the throng of a thousand huht
11111 horrors -as that in which he
v ins hrotliei s eyes jiisiopcned Irom
sleep, iiieetioj Iimm like those of a mor
tal I'm', and by 'his- own thoughtless
freak. .lei told's .Ma;.
I saw a temple, reared by the hands
of man, stimuli:.' with its high pinna
cles m the distant plum. The streams
beat iij on it, the Cod of nattiie hurled
his thunderbolts at it, and vet it
. . i . i
sioou as am n am.
I returned and lo! the temple was
no more: us u.gn wans my m scai-
.v.vw in. ,r, .......o ...... ..in. i;.. iu
i .in k I v there ; and at the luidiiiolit
..our, . ne ow. s .on-.r cry ai.uet, in me
deep sol. lude-tlieyouim and (he any
who levelled there, had passed away.
I saw a chi d rejoieins in his youlli-;
I ... .1. t il i.
ihe idol of his mother and the pr.de of
I.il I'.lln.r I ,1 ii r i ... .1 .....I l... 1..1.1
hs father, I leturued, and the child
had become old. Tremblim: with the
weight id yea.s. he stood the last of his
guneralioii, a stranger amid the deso
lations around him.
'Who is the destroyer?' said I to
my guardian angel.
''It is tini",' said he. 'When the
inoriiiii!,' stills sang toui ther with joy
of the new world, ho commenced Ins '
com so, and when he shall have des- '
Iroyed a'l that is beautiful on eaith, 1
plucked ihe sun from his sphere, veil-'
ed the moon in blood -yea, when ie
shall have lolled theheavoiisatideaith
.ut ay as a scroll, then shall an anjiel
Irom the. throne ol Cd come foilh, and
with one foot on land, lift his hand
towaids heaven, and .swaro by heaven's '
l-jtermd, Time i.-f, Time irus, but Tiinr
ihull hr tin Umjrr.' 1
Is theie no way,' said I, 'to render I
Time a blessing instead of a curse !' j
'Yes,' said the angel. 'Ily laying
hold of him as he passes hy, he will
waft vou to a blessed immortithiv ;
hut by neglecting him, and Mifloriug
. . .
your conduct towards nun.
would be happy, you niiisl eslemi lu:n
of infinitely tunic value than gold or
silver. ( hasp each moment as it tl es,
and spend it m d ung good."
Tiie man wl o stands upon his own
soil, who f els that by the laws of the
land in winch In- lives by the I
of civil. xcd naii ns he is the n
fnl ai. d xeiisve owner of the land
which he Il ls, is by the consiitiiti n
of our iiiduie, uiider a wholesome in-
fluenco, not easily imbibed fr mi any
oiuer soine.. i ie iceis, oiuer iniiigs
being equal, more strongly than an-
other the eh .racier of ...a., as the lo, J
of the ,.,i,m,alo world. Of tins
g.eat at.d wonderful sphere, which,
.i. . ii. i. ... .t.. .i.
1' shloliCd by ihe hand of find, and Up-
!n ol by hi-, i o wi r, is lulling through
ihe I.e.H ens, it 1 his fro u Ihe ecu
lie to the sk--. It ,s ihe sj ai.t- on
w h.ch the gi.i.etation before him mov
ed in its i..m,d uf duties; and he feels
hiinself conni-Clcd by an invisible link
with tln.se who piocided htm, as hei-.
also, to those who will follow linn, and
io whom he is to transmit a inine.
Perhaps his farm has come down to
him Irom his fathers. They have gont
lo their last home ; ho can t'noe their
f..otsieps i vi r thou scenes o! hn iai
labors. The ro. if which shelters bun
was reated bv those to whom he owes
his being. Some intert-tiiig domestic
tradition is connected with every in-
c'nsuro. ihe Uvoritp. Irmt tree was
1. 1. tilted ly Ins f-ithor's baud. He
sportiti in Ins boyhood beside tli
brook, v.-bicli still w inds thro'ih the
mearlow. I hrough that field ,ietbe
p.vh to the vil nge school of ear! he!
uys. He Mill inwis from Ins wt'.do.v
In- voice of th.. Snbb.-itli wP.el.
called hik father and Ins forefathers, to
the-llotiku i f (!od, and near aihuiid in
the Iol where Ins uponu hud down
' - '
to rr st, and wlurp, when I
l.m. I, pass unliee led, lie will Pear protess.on, has ,;, ,, review ed ly I't"
youswilllyiluougl, waves ol Uoub'e iesMir (..dchell, ol the Lc'ic.ic M-di-
to a deep gulf ol woe. He robs ,, r liisii ute, of (. inciiiiiali, taking an
most .apid y.and will lewaul y. for.Monded view , f the facis' Inrn'.ed
come,, ,c!inll be laid by his children.
I hose are the feelings of the owner of
the soil. Words cniinot paint lliem
gold cannot huy them; they llow out
of ,,e deepest fmrntuns of the hoa.t;
they are the life-spring of a fresh,
lu-nltliv. and generous national charnc
"A plain inntto'-opfnct, a farmer in sonal to mjself, I slmll be much oliln;
our vicinity,' wo leurn by u country ed to them Smc pcr.mn, sir, in?
inrrnsontiiliiil ii ftin vinrs silif'e hail iil if'in" llii Si-firili. llinllniici. ntit T
ihe ini.-.foiliine to hse his barn Mth
n.s contents b fire. Happenini; a fe.
,avs after to ! in the office of a gen-
tleuian noted fjr Ii ih tjcnerosity and a sk( eh delivered by nio in lay place
clianty, and who by lhe-by, had for- in ISIS, if I mistake not, m which 1
mi ily sold to the yon i an his farm, the said:
subject of his loss was mentioned. "My opposition to the inctense ol
'illicliaiaeterisiirliberalily,heCouiit-'slaveiy m this country, or to the in
ed and handed to the ninn a package cieaseof slave representation in Con-
of money, sayintr, 'I iiui veiy .sorry
fr ymir loss : let me make you a pies-
lit of fiftv dolliiis.' The farmer re
ceived it silently, ' minted it vuyeaie
fit'ly twice, then lnokm" at the donor
m a very business-like ivav, simply ,
replied. ' liclicir it's right, Victor." ,
Kalher frosty endiliiile (his.bnt imt .
.ii'rso icy as was that of a man, who
elbowed Ins wav tlirouoli a crowd on
the l-'ourth of July at llufl'.do, some;
ears ago, and toone ofour nieichauls
then on a viMl to his native place.'
1 'Cai.-t von give a poor lei
I thintr, .Slr.15 .' I've
ot lo be a
,1001 crl,pP .Sll)ct. you med lo live
, ,.,. ..... .. .... Come, five
us a little siilliiii'eau t ve?' Mr II-
, ,,ls ,,,, jn ,is 1(.kl.,;lllll UaM
ihe man a half dollar puce, which he
wc)Wl,d i.10lll XVonl of
inSi , Ionian ho.trhcca.ne up
. U)Mv n who W.1V nkj
oi wine wiiii a inend at an . inu, and
said, 'Look o'heie, your brother down
, (() ,ocj hr' a ,,,. ,
Can't you, a New York met :hant, Ton!
to .ive ;is much as he? I should sa-,-j
on could, rr.y X'd liking the idea
himself of being outdone in generosity
by Ins icsident brother, he handed tin
uupM-lunatc fellow two (juarter dolltn
pieces, when he went oil' precisely a
lieforo, without so much as 'thankee.'
In thfj evening .Mr II wassurpris
oil hy a call at the door of his room,
after he had no i led for ihe night.
'Konk o'here,' exclaimed a now fiiiul
iar voice from without, -Look o'here,'
Srpiaro, one of thorn (nailers you 'gin
mo last was a pis(;,iecii.'--r;ii7.i-WofA--ir.
i... : t .i i
, ,i ,i. .,...... ... uocmrnu-v -is
Ni'iv rn ,- in;, i, ni.nl ..ninn. 1 1 .- f I ...
: r , , '
.... :... o. no, nmi iiii rnia .g.......
na! y mc.easing under the .nlb.ei.ee
ol the liiipioveinwnts in the medical ,
thai flout the tune of the Konit.ii e:n-
... .i .i i .. . .
, ue .. !, I'i '
less ve ami Mora ion ol l ie condition
, . ,.
! " " , ", u '-""'
li.nge-.ity, hadt.-ken place on areo.int
, 1 ": ""l"'"vem tds , .mlii- rial pur -
s.ms, a. ei in mi comioMs ami m reas-
ed socurit y of id'e.
He traced the opcndions of these
e .uses in Cie ! I'nt.iin producm.' an
.'.vt'lioje loli'jevitv at I lesent nearlv
is great as in the (lavs of the
heptarchy, and t'o suIim qu- nl peii jd.
uiteiior to Il.e oslahlislmioiit ol the
ri-hls of ihr; imoi o. Toatiiihuie the
- . ' ....
increase o longevity to Ihe l.ib'.ts of
.he medical profess.m,. he console,,.,)
cmtiadteloiy to the whole lesim.oi.y
oi history. I. would b, Ut iu.ru ta-
tional. said he, ic atti .but, Ihe rove-
menl lo the steam eiion,,.. ll,,. t.i
,,ress. or m i-Mia charier or auv
of ihe great ageticu-i, which have :.-
sj.-ied cu I'lzatinu.
Theie aie soui" that lite without
any doMgii at all, and only pass m the
world like straws ii-ou a'nver ; ihcv
do ion -n, but they ai- criied. "
1'herois-. nenhans. nos.ir.rir.arl: of
fody than .'in atlempi to cornet the
tin 1 1 irri I i.ifirmities of tho-o we ui.e.
The finest eonipn-iiioi. of bun. an na-
inn, as we i as Hie li-iesj clllna. m.v
have a (hw in n ; and this-. ,n either
en5', is equally incurable
nevenheli ss, ihe r attern ma
ol the Inghest valin
I'nder ihe name of pain afocompre-
bonded a'l determinate di-ag'.-enble
unprcus o.is or common .enwdions.
i. .. ,
ii i in- imtires'ivo wnrniug ol nature
h. fore the nppr";ich hiJ j r.-iencu (,r
dniigor. ith icst ed to diagnosis, it
's very important, iudicatiii!,' the stif-
fftiug organ, and frrqn nilv, a!n , lb.
htlid ol Millming, by itiiqii.ility. ch
ruppct to jire
rojj-i'is. n ts no ., an
Congressional rroceediUR. &t.
From thr Koton 4tlas
HLTW l'.KN MU. WIIIMTER AM)
, In the I'liitrd States Senate, .Monday,
Mr. Webster, if the Senate will
iiiiliitue me in a matter somewhat per
suppor thu country, by sending a
round little scraps of paper with m
name on thu top of it.and iiuotcd fro:i
tress, is general anil universal, with
iioreferet.ee to lines of latilude or
points ol compromise. I shall oppose
all such extension, all such increase
under atl ciictiinstanoos iitjaiiist nil
iiiduceini'iits, all coinbiiiiitious, and nil
I believe this has been quoted in th'
A Senator. Yes, sir,
.Mr Webster. I undertake (o tay
, ir, thnt anybody who intote.s thnt
speech for the purpose of showing air.
' inconsistency between these senti
.incuts' and those I have nddressid P.
, the St'iialt', either docs not iindor.-laii'i
the subject or is not candid. Thei
is no inconsistency m anything Ihav
ever said in the ouale, between th '.
Hid the S eech I addic-sed to theSei
idea l'ortnight ago. .No man can sho .
it. I have never voted for any iucroMM
of slavery or slave territory. I Ii
said that I would siaud hy thcpligl '
ed faith of the government , and
others have hound the government I v
ii p.u'icular stipul,rioii, I shall no' '
up my own unhvidiial fiinion up n
the conslitiiiioiialily of ihe hiw en a!
nig that pledge. It is not the pail if
a statesman so to net. it is not tin
part of a member of Congress so I
act. And I will add, it is not th
part of an intelligent and honest iii.t:
so to act.
1 lepeal, sir, 'hoie is not a man !
(lie ' olid, here ni elsewhere, of cai
dor or iiilelhgi-iice, thai can see P ,
lll-l. self, or that Wl I Migtjest In olhe
that tin to is a paitie'e of diflercnr
bel'ieiu the rtM-aiks that I a I dre
ed to the .Senate heie, s-iini! leu day
ago, an 1 ,ii:yih ng in ISIS, or at
.'ill V othei lui.e, oi III .illy olhor p'iie.
spoken by me on thai subject. The
,., ,aVf) ,.e.e i-, 1 lepeal, i.
I . . . ' ' . .' '
i either 110! mil l Igelil ill
M.n.,k.. made the q.loiat ion, si. ,
M rP11,,H;, , n,l,. hemher day
i i..,i ;. i . r '
, sp, et to the Sena.o'r iron, .Mas.saoh...
I hii.arded no opinion whe.ho,
i.,,,;.,,,,, .,,i,a.,1, ,i ,
t ,'S. SI.Ln
i i inn niii.ii. i l l ninn t . nil i in rn
...u .t , . j M.J (,(!' III. , tl . .
I made no assertion of that sort. I
imply stilted what the remai ks of 1 318
u-eto.and left the count, v h. imPo of
i.i'o. i no noiioianic sri.ainr wiys
Illid. 1 lie In.iioiahlc sri.ainr
' .... . . .' -
that the individual .il.o sees any do-
c M.v .
1 K.'r , '...j,,,. ( llild,U(.IK tf .
.,... ,,, .,.. ,. ,.,, ,,
-J . .. -l IV-.l... W.I
seveie a ceusun, coming fiom sucli it
source. 1 must say tha', foi ..ne, lo my
ui'iid, the r..- is a vr, gi. at ddfereiice :
and thodili'i ronce b t!.i ; lit it bo rc-me-mbcred
'hat th- re 'i'nio,i of I S Iff.
winch the honorable -i n itorsays bound
the plighted fai'h !' the nation to ad
mit four now slave laic:; Irom Tcxn.
.i ,,,.. V. " ,, ,
'I ,' '? V-1, .llf ,as ,I"',rr'
" JJ' 3 ' 'Vb 'l "'
.' ' ''"i ' ';";""r "vow.-'l
. i 2""u;"'' rW.,,,,n"
mil o ir I nw s ive ' in e: mm 'i'..-r,c
iiia'ilie.itiou, Pi ihe I .r rease nf slavci v
in ihe foiiiiiiy,si w if. .mi any oxcej i
ion al all re. an. si '. Ii mdufou.eiitr", a'l
cnmbmatinii, ami a'l co nprmnise,
tin se resolutions f,.r the aniioxalioti of
i r .. . i . . .i .
leias. ami lor ur au i.imi.i. ol loin m.-w'
mJ '!' ,-'1''""''
"ic 1 "'I''", Sl!,',:K ' ' ' ""-'i'-' tr
111 "ks lh" 'n" ral''" -s' ";ih"' ( r.
iiiioii; wiiiioin any I'uraron ai no, t
11,1 ' ' I"" '" "i
increase r.l I,v,e leoie i ntalion wi
sub . r;t in the a 1 nissimi i.f f.mr tie '
s'ave Males out of Tea .
i... . . i... . I . . I r -
ijio. 3.1, ins ii in. I. ,,), , i, ;,(re m
c",1'llr'' " " -I " ,','''"v 1 '"' I can
make of then., and no denial flint rm-.
body e !ecaii in ike.cm l.'lnd the ietiii
of the country to what thry really
mnau. If tin re u ie. v no detcrenan
r-Vt '-'l' ''"iiu'iy -. i1! ji ..e of if? exteni
In the remnrks w hu h I inado, 1 had
"" regnrd lonijy descrepnnry ,,t ail.
M.ll'.l.... If .1 . I . .,
"' o-o i. n me iiouor.tnio mom
I'fr did nm m.'.k that qiiot.itiou fur th,
put po "f giving a tuggesiiou that
ilmre w ns nu ineoi.sit..cv. I rnnn.,i
r -,'. i .rj- lo u. nJo it. As
I ' wn- u u oi nis u-tuutMt, w l.nt is (hero
tt.llt.'. s ,!...... I?4l ii
' . '"" ' iw ioni ny ony
fair inter re'-tlem, of my remarks