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VOLUME 57. THURSDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1851. NfiMftER U THE HERALD. )t llutlani. Ivrali rttLUHLD KVIRV ttlCftatlAY r.VKNIMl AT RUTLASl), I'T. OJLBKAMA.V, Alitor At Publuher. W O. Towel. Printer. TEr.MS TKIl VKAtt. T.VUUr,. iVtnt fr 5,00 I Ml Oftt a4 Mailtuhirrilirrt, vtim t.ald l till atitt, aTiltlt. 4artlisailt tontplcuouilj i.trtr-t forSI Hr square (Ik Inn) Nr three ttitkr-, Meentt fr iur tll) W charged (n toli iuUuot it trtis. UELt.OW Val.I.S TT. A CASS. I take Out rnelhod to correct terr erro r.enut impri'n,liicli I regret t learn 'me ainesl t wide r plead rnculttinn, n, tll l.ltnd llmire m tinted On the e. uliary. I am happvlointnrm tin put U ihal the Hf (ill float t. and i '.-U In (lie matt ; in" the farmer p'lmnt and til diepnd In tall t the ISLAND HOSK, may le aetuird llial U i. elill "pen, "ld " tiu reception awailt Ihrm. h. ni'RTi.:rr. Iltl.l.ui.t K 1 1 , N-:, Kd. 43 TttOr f.OXFKRKXl K AC4DBM T f'-r f .r.tli. To Mr MvrfcK. Whe tltt lrm' hltec banner It unfurl! t Ik Mitt, Arid deep ejixui; thadfta-ilhe xtln l.eait Wlitn It tciaperl't dark form tpf du on tt ff.i, (!i, thULuf me, titter ! Oh, then think of me4 Whe the prend thlp It tot k th nd' wilil tttat, I ... i .I. i-.i i .i . x I I.. i BivHiiti iv iv titming tut uriti cif.an . (iriT. Wken I he red lijjltnlait f learnt t'..nrtli iWrk tea, Uh, think f tnc, titter ' Oil, tlitn ll.lnV of mt ' Ail if afar Jo In the deep r,c fan f loom, rt hat mtrked fr Ihj Lrolher hit lonttj limb, When the wild njRdi are imping my dire ob tilt .A, Oh, ttltii. uf mt, ilitrr ! Uh, then think of nie, ' Hut If It le '.Ilriir, IT flr doth or J. In Tbit I fin 1 (,( tnr grate In the dark rulllng Dinln, When the turf li upheared on the (jrttn piity lea. And the dtrV Rft is ready raide retdr fur tue tVhcn the cold cirth faltt on the cloud coffin lid, .id frnii ihte forier (hr hrnthrr l hid. Yuu mil tap f..r inf,"tiitrr, hen hidden frim thee The tort of deep lorn"" you'll then weep fnr ii.i ' I'ltin ulh, Vt. N.T. licrr now. Tlioy nrc well ntteml':l. in tlie morniiia, for neliaic Jc.ili'f! ( I I! ! . . 1. .1. .1 - 1 I ... I 1 j i.iini inruicr wan jimuh uric. i" tiuik hi mu wuriuvi miu 11 isjtw i . .rti liiciaa, to Mr. II Imnncli, in' lliou eotno Uoon ttjlit wly, ttml ' .1 IJrttuli rMiileitl of tin cilr, fnr eml MittTALirr IX ITAI.V, Iti tttliii lo a'nl Iii hunting up Mil mie- tiiig Sir J oli 11 Fmnklin. No more ne. Your truly, I for It Tlrrtld. H KM I X IKCEX CK. 1.1 iU . .t... . i ... . , i -1 uir .Hiiiiiiii iiiiiiiui i .H111 .1111 ji.i.i" ironi ,rpp' ciiai)' in oft! IC ll f..lloin letter froiuVipnor (Ju- ,,n V J' v ,'io. w!i,ir, thr InM fifty rrnn. mitl njn .. in li.'.. r,-....t.-, n...l ' 0,0 .UirV tli.Mt fl-t clry 0f firrt l,Mf (.f lilt nl.H tCOM Ctltlon, Oct. Tbi Winter 'I'erm will enmmener l)e J'J. mil cintimie 15 wrekt O KAV1I.LK. Wnl ronltiiry, ."Hut. I, If rl . 41 Fresco Painting. V;rt; Xov. 0. 1831. Mrsrs Kimiok : Now Hint wc nre; nut of I he clt'ttmn, wliioh nicely wurk-c ilstlf oir. on Tuci ilny lat, rv tiro in a ttntu of reaction tlint it, if nnylliitir, worc, frtun itsilull iiom, limn the former cxcitcint'tU itself. Politicians aio cyphering a way to get at tlin exact result of the 4 strupglu,' ...i n .i. i..... ..tl .i.. P.fr.oD.l !)rcirter ofClanrliet, 11.11. , i Ut-. atlmiti of nothing a sum total, by way ol consolation. Ul courm one Tho Puritan father's nf Connclicut have often Lccn made the subject of ritlic'ilis and rt'jiruaeli, in victvoflheir anrienl, intolerant ami bigoted princi ple, a nlo for their moral coJe, de nominated 4 lllne law?;' Hut it fhould bu recollected, that ' their cclesiailical system of govern- ' ment nai formed and itnpoied on the church, by the clerical influence of the ' mother country while a colony, and tin- . ib-r the dictation of n Hriiidi hierarchy, ( nhich wt-i soiiti abrogated at tlie close . of the revolution. I Those who have periled the h'mory i of New Knghind, will find that tlie ( character of the first scttlcis were eini-1 jiivf ntmfiit or hpttti war help for thou art more inutile that. i ,nn acconi'Hiflicd vocalist well! , wlia.lcvcr "K"1 conletupai Ucll he rtfimM n tiic rroinR all of .' . Inuttti in thu ccuntrv and ti,.cinllv ' m "nm " cr,,lur-v n . K'ry of the l.r.t half of. lit nuutcontlf i it ... t .it i iniiiiv DC recarucu at ninniisr l ic inot cui.tiir.. i. h. C. in lk)Stoti,Tliere he lias patlicipatcd in , , V..:.i. :. .i-"...i. i cu,u,r." I 1 ... .1. 1. 'II I I vlll.lt H.iuir HI imi.' 111 UH- I ilia 1 111! I musical coticprts. It will v cen!.. 1 i ' RIIIISO TUB WIW.1THC lifUf. .U., lfl .., ,,cn uMtnenl o hnmV' "."".T '"'V "n m l 1 t'. rm II U Jfte.r mi moui:: hat uiintlertd ft'l lh.. rhltl t.tile r.ltl itrV tt.rut Im'ltr. A ileiire to sec my family was the , ..aVp birth to thn!! "teat ilincovprie i'i.r trUe upon ihe hein'e drtrJlnrdi , only motive that guided me to tlicic nw invent'ton? which have shaped the U' n"u drr,m- Italian sllOrOI ; but, tlllliatfliilv, Ulief, rl1(,r-.flr.r rtf nmdnni nivilUnltiKi ' The (h.duw fruhi time 111 'UK thort. sorrow ami tearn 4 Vre out of funis' t hed Dljgr. . ,,ttU,vt for Un ,,ftfrs for lhf only v. .tl. the , ln .. of he IheruwajnodenymRihU. 'ttiLi SUilt At Supper U.tn era, or thi- ait half of he Nt, . , Hut ot Ihu m mient a very retpcet- oo i 10-1 liHecrnh century the period that irllri Um. le clad personngr. w)n vai going linvn t, Sept, '-'-d, lS.il. witnessed the revival of lpftriiing.atid t ihimh of fiti able el down ltroadwut' nt New York speed. li)K-i hit hut, and laid 4 Good morning, Mr. Diggcs,' Wli'i: ho taid th'n, he was gone, but the words made a great impii'stion on the mind of Hub. 4 W lio's that V he asked. 4 Don't know bit nnm V belo''g to my lodge, very clever fellow.' ' Your lodge?' he echoed' You're an Odd Fellow then !' 4 Ye.1 4 And a Son of TempTanca I' ' Ye.' 4 And a Kechabitc ?' ' Xv"-' 4 And a United American Mechanic?' 4 Ye, '.' Hob's lace grew ratlivnl. 4 Aro your dues paid up .'" 4 Ye; why do j mi :i-i V exclaimed I)iggie. nslonMied at the sudden de light of bi friend. 4 How much do these me'iclies give lo a sick brother ? the result. dides these, the uultl Kas seen tin wi.e,, jen-i. fl.h. h,r, r..... t oppn-Mve tho Gov ,othcr hM oeilUlr.. of c al or cvt, .... tu iti. .-..4- N r. of j'unilar importa tco. Any otic of . x mP(, , -r ,unme, fu tV, u 1(8 5UCCC8S1VC llecauc, Whether VC Their tlbeer miiiii! the utrf You are awnic how crnmcnt lnis becomo townnU tlie people of lioirtbarily, Parma, and Modem. From the day of my land- rcuanl the world of nol.ties or the ! The lumet len'dt It. il ciw im, unknown trt myself, I was lo-i realm of icicnce. contains meat "t'n iiV. ih.t ...m'd kttetn flr, i i i...i n.. : t. ... " ' . . ii it ii . geu uuu wnieueu. ine etcin.ijj t vents ciioiiji to mark almost any car I was itivitud to a fiicnds house. In icr j)er;d ;tu tr39eeiidant i'tnpor compliatice with the request of some . ,a,iCl,t xiiesc event have followed ladies present, I sang neveal 1 tece t,ac, otiier fUOj, railj,i FUCCcsjton Persons who were pasMiig under '.he that wC aic no longer able to attend balcony, halted to hear nic, and in ' t0 tloi r soparatc characters, or to this way I ignorantly collected M"'tc , shnlv their specific results, hut are a crowd. The day following I was huvfied on ftom cnines to effects in 1 . r 1 ! summuucii o answer lur not Having ,,. .! ,., tiroL-ress on nut we are ot i - 7-- . . . .. ...I.. .l!..t !.l 1 I..- .1.. .!..... . r ne uiy uiMiuuuitiieu lur iiic iiieiv ui , , ,, . , , , - their lives, and the purity uf their mor- , w,.,' uli. ' ' What proof do they require of his Thev nnver t.niebt their decendants , tickttess j - i III the strange bewilderment which asked partnisicn of the police to sing: ami i was ili.imisscil wiln ,i thraU of arrest in the event of my h, Knmnn tho neriod in (inestion repeating the offence. I thereupon . wjinesjed tic mu,CIial career antf n I'ntste letnlence. ill ll Hie iru. i. Aririlecturf.fi)rriKn Annie rrnplojeil, re fen I'liiiirl." 4 tntllielied in Mi. t.Vnn , N. Turk . Vt. Rfiidence, Green Held Mitt. fttftrtnett. Trett Ililelic.ckt.iniirt. College, Mte. V.r (Jot lltitfee. PitUfield Matt. I)r Swift. tWnmnirtnn, Vt. II W. Clepp, Greenfield. Matt. that the scriptures were cunningly de vised fables, or dial mural obligtitioi exiited only in the imagination. They were men of peculini tternesa , in their i ('lii'inus nnd mor:il iiriiiciiilc. I o i i 434 w The Circassian Oil, For th Hair for wliirli there lita been a meat call nf Itte-and wlncli many found rmpoa.iljle to -blain-haa a llenglli arri.ed nnd it ready lor euttomera at the Stnre or SI'EX(!ltlt' 8CKOOX. BOOKS. Alrg-M)..l4Jit rw.mrriended fur nt. in Mnllani C, w on htnd-and HO. A ..V. CI.AHK wnul.l respect. . fully inlorm the inliahilsiita of Itut Knd and vicinity tl.l U-.v have ..pened a .bp m frrk.nV IMnrl. Mncl.tnli How, where lliey litve f..r tle a fi'l aMi.rtM.eiU Of Walrfits, Walth 7'rtinmings. Clorl.t, 'jtxccli'. .SVirr DVirc. Sptctaclrs, Fancy Goods, tj c. .Jr. XY ITCHCS. C I.OI KS. A. jr.WKI.KV. S'tatly Ktpaired and Wirr.tnted. RUTLAND, VT. lfoLBKO'JK k SMITH, Manufacturer! aad Dealertin side - all joy, and the other is trying to eflVct a philosophiccl indifference it can not feel. Thera will, b) a terrible sweep, we suppose, in the public offces, in tbit quarter. The weather having been mild for some time, hat suddenly assumed the character of a lion on very thort notice, and many people who found it difficult lo 4 raise tho wind' before, find it clevn- tcd now without their aid. apd in thu most decided manner. 1 Down with your dust,' may do in the storet j iii tho streets, the dust is anywhere else but down. In short, winter is here in good earnest and giving us, at once, a capital taste of hi bluff character. l'bu certificate of :i resectable phy-! sicihii, answered l)igire. A pail e eiMted. Hob eeemed lo be running over with a superabundance of delight. And with these facts boforo you, mv iuU.tiiii!wl lli'nrixi vmi ImfP tier. anil regarded oveiy specie? of vice with ' in ,,, c:nj(,vrnont of jood health '.' abhori'iice. j 4 Never was sick a week in my life, The Slate of Conncticut denomina- ' only ;' he paused, only in the pocket.' . i .i i.ir . i.. i .i.:. , ... i Without aiioihcr word, Hob took the, ted 4 the land of ntcaily hanils has con- i r ... . , i i ' I arm of Digges within bis own, and leu tinucd since the first settlement, prover-1 )lim in0 a u(.;,or;n.. Oyster cellar. Seated within the box. lie closed the curtain, and said in a tone of great the fall of Napoleon the rentoratiou and dual o vet throw of tho Honrlions the permanent triumphs of British power, uud the indefinite spread of I HntHli commerce tho progiess o decided on leaving Italv for the L'ni ted States. Having obtained my passport, and fixed the day of tnv departure, the evening previous thereto, a few of my friends had assembled at a laic- snlutarv and Ioiil' exnected refcutns well supper, hut among them was a uts .; .'M.Aaw lw Mnon xho cotitt Judas, who betraved my fiicndship. ,t.i the gitnt stiidea 0f Russia ftom In the pooial hilarity of the occasion. urjcntal har'barilin toward a place in 1 proposed a toast in honor of tho t10 front ofciviixed powers United States. All the company res- .tl0 altered condition of nearlv all the bial for their strict observance of relig ious creeds and moral systems, and their rigid observance of the christian sabbath, which was commenced at can dle lighting on Saturday evening, at which time nil secular business was sus pended, and the sabbath commenced by reading die scriptures, or some relig ious book, and resumed on Sunday morn ing and continued through the day, ex cepting tho hours devoted in the sanc tuary to public worship. I well remem feelings 4 Digges you really ought to take care of yourself. You now exhibit all the premonitory symptoms of a billloiu ul tack.' 4 Eh f cried Digges, jumping from his chair, 4 Your skin is sallow, your longue fur red, and your eyes fnrcrislt. In nn hour my friend, you will be in bed, with a raging fever, liy nigbt you will be Modena ponded with tho highest zest: when nil of a sudden the room. was assailed by tho Duko's Mntcllitos, and we were all arrested and marched off to the public prisons. As tho chief promo' tcr of "the political club, as the nu thoritics called our little gathering, I natioi.s of Kuropc their free consti tutions their new relations of- mu tual intsrests and atnitv the ndvatiC' intelligence and tho dawning free- in rrtnled Duu1 ... l l . .Un ttuoii wa West nutland.Hvit.'3,llf.M4. JOHN COOK RETAIL ber with what intensity I watched the We have nothing of great interest to t settine sun, while it appeared lo linger record, to-day. in the way of n'ws. jj, t,e western horizon, that I might be We have fires every night, and 4 melan- )ii,t.rnted from coinlinemeiit within eholy accidents' every lioitf ! but they ' whichjwns :i grihvious period of are loo common lo interest us, and to , j,cnaIIC(.. local to interest olher. I mcely mention the sacred regard Mr Yi!k,. af tin- Pnlice Oactte. ... ,,. ll,.. ,,l,Un llmN. tn . ' ' J " - I nilv vim who has been for some montht in Ku-i (I0W ),,. degeneracy of morals, during At these rope, writing capital and very grapiuc suvenly or eighty years, by the inroad letters home of 4 first impressions' j of infity !ln,i skepticism, allied, has just returned. The first selllers oi the town of U The Astor House, they say. is to be ,, (,., 0f writer,) were converted into stores next spring. 1 Scotch and Irish emigranH termed dis- "? Ms gelling unfashionable to live ilown in I VI)tl,ri or non-cotiformistii, in princi- itilr i . , , , i.i the city, all tlie elegani noiei are n pj,.4 . iiey Were generally men of strong moving far, far, up town, to bo within ( iteecn( but of uncultivated manners' the atmosphere of yellow-kid-glove-1 !ln(, of a roug!l PXl,,r;or duml! The Irving llouc will have to, -fhev, however, were possessed of delirious. To-morrow you will not be expected lo live, and next week ' 4 Next wetk,' echoed Digges, becom ing pale. 4 Next week.' resumed Hob, 4 are you listeniii''? draw at leat tw dollars fiom these Societies. I will sign your certifica'e. And as you will bu tick a great many weeks, (you will continue to draw twelve dollars per wnd; for a considerable time. Digges itnin iriiifOi ni-ii ttrilv ctir.itillfi if t lts I ff benignant blessings through all' class es of their pooplc. Kvents like these fit rnish materials for the contrnst of the boldest character between the scenes which met the eye of the thmit'htfut observer in Kurone fiftv State. On the day of our removal, ..cnra g0 a,i ,i103c w,-,ci, now ,.roct we were, ten of us, chained his vision as ho looks forth upon the beasts, placed iu a vehicle,, and con- ,rama 0f ;u affairs. ducted on tho way to the place of mv if j-roln ti,u 0,i world we turn to prisonmoiit, some thirty miles I mm tnc ,K,W ,Vc meet transformations r...i tfl it.- !.. ..... ' . , . much iic.ii mi; jiiip3, i. st, more wnntler u . nni are r.resent- was shut up in a damp, unwholesome apartment, dobarrcd from eccing :ny family was disposcssed of my par ental heritage and exiled from the And mch llmd uf liquid llhl Mij rett nu ntsiitit, and tt and nhvtf, Ki tMlhed nt.l Idn'ii rUf.t lielKht ) Vrt t. me low tnire. rli.il! ti f wftftl No miro 1 Thriiijhnat fhff'li'iii.U f lh The Lend "Jlh llepet .ilUeJuiit dretM) Tl ee t-t.ii Itirou thi !innt of Alitth I winiper ri n,e r.i i niey rnn. 'Jfrti; I,, i l.,it!, ni.1 htird ii. .1 tli:ht nttd nc. ft Mi.l pitetaiii'r, and prldt, nd pntierf, Tl.nii' f lnl in'u-c inniid' Mat Attr;ie5 Tl(it m nW the Ellllt'it.tjMlal iiBtir t 'Ilie liewt I t. il t A mitl'H ntre, AV a'tar for runt hint t t, Till "'er lit iUf,rnl,l thrli I'lm ti.rin eut Imth tun rujelj twrjt ; , prdtiut In'i i ' 1 v I T placid, l'unil?if bf eurjr piln; ntee, tteruidiii ' l,lv rii'iii efuetd A letnplu naud nmitlie true! The peit norm feJ tipnn the rn,e. Tlie Intel henri nn'delitc" li'i" ! t'i'hni th H niir iteiitiit ilc dl(l Wh il dvViieft4,llwitJ5mid the tt! U'hnt mi rii-llet "f htirle'l . What rarucjl lwiiltiryr fled ( What yearnlngi ffttfirl4 a"""'. Wl'ut lo.n'j Uila wTtW'iVt dead' Our de-id ' h i mieli tiU In rel.tl BfltT iipnn IhetU' The liotls that All th' atejkiil.aMc', ' Whit em lliejr knu tt carat Our doad' Oh.ohii thtll My. ' Oir dttd T iteiensr.1 irm mi" an vnnrnsi tuviv, Until dot Hi' lintnortil tpint fled. Tn Hit hen time h!l nn mf-rtl Ilt)lC..AHX TKM'FniflO k.vow i.Ki)ej:.Mt:.vrt. 4cV near the vnr I. EBAl.C AND UATS,rArS AND FURS, LATE Or . . i-ru RT. THOV V. go next, and then Harnums Sluseurn . wnie considerable wealth, and cotite- will have lo travel with the jiopular ,lllelltir f,f gome influence in the man stream. We hear, in fact, thai Ham-1 (.rnent of the towns transactions of um has bought the properly nt the cor- i,UJineSj anj wcre the principal ngenli-i HrVrVhiuVrtooferto, AVl.NOrm..ed nit ''"'"'": 0 ,,er of ( anal-st , ami iroau.vay, onu in ,lt. cn..ction of the first meeting intends to erect a sort of Crystal Palace 0Usei (0f which mention was made in Herald.) the character of t n l MfirrhantS ailU HCail IN !on u wi,n an immense Museum a former article in the Herald.) krj ,h V" .. ' "e nn,l n iiitrt-rb haloon for cinic entertain- , As an illustration ol riuti -i I , f ... ., .. c. I mvnta above, auu great giast nuim:u tnote scotcu seiners , pern.ipa me im hats jy P CAPS. Wf!! ". Z VlZ ; in Untland and ri '""Ji " ..Td eaamtte hi. r v.r - stores beneath. I L - . 1 piirii ; um. Strange man is Harn I . l. I ,,r,,... h.anr.l I low lll!I niii:t;uiiiv, llloi win." i.v.,... when a boy repeated by ear wilnesfs, words, the countenance of Dipge? Iiecanii' overspread with n mild resignation I le exlented his blind. lie ehitohed Hob with a huaily grasp. It's a great deal of sickness to look forward to, but I am resigned. You see I am. Hy the by Hob, I don't feel well. ' Spose you go homo with ill's and put me to bed.' Kor twelve weeks, Hob watched night and day by the bed side. Every one remarked his devotion. The ciin initlee of the various societies, who came with tho weekly benefits' for the sick brnth'T. were delighted with Hob. They spoke of the devotion of the young phyeicinu lo their tick brother, in all luilges nii ilivi-ions. 4 Sit down tnv friends,' Hub would re nnrk in a subdued oicc when the committee appeared ; - our poor friend fails fast, lie has been delirious all night, speak low tho leait noise dis turbs him.' And then thtt committee would hit deluge ol ram poured down, aceotn- cd with contrasts still more surprising, panied with miow, which compelled low different was the Anieiican Tn- our guard, four in number, and arm- io, nrly vua,.3 lv,, um wIIlt ,ve now .1 . :.i. I,....l.. 1 ...... I... i, i A.. . . . - . n. r. . "ii" iu.iui.il iiuiihu iu .1,11.1.11 1 1, ,wi it tf) 1C. ., rcen atea the 'Atlantic nnd tho Mi- sijniiipi, anil cotitnutttig but live mil- ,.ejvc their luces. One ol my companions between noticed that the chain winch contmetl iu chafed on one of the wheels of the ' iuI19 Vis3,,h weic then just emerg wagon, and was most entirely cut ',,, ilUo ,,ruical imnortanec. 'J'hev .i i. ii i .i ..i- .1.:, 1 . itirouuu lakini: advantage ol itus ,,,. ....viinnnil hv I'mni rn i nv. discovery, we cautiously rucct:c(ica I cr r0 miil:ihk' tribes of lndiaiih in unloosing ourselves, and amid a slil ,nenanc,.d their wildlv extended torrent of rain, that favored us, wo ( Conticr. Their limited ' cotntnei ce rushed upon tlie guard. Two of them u,Jfe j113t l,0jriiiiiais lml fl,rt1' ni1 took to flight, and we disarmed the ventiiioitslv ' ujoti the ocean where other two who also fled. They after- ;t as ()rlc'u M,i)jccted lo insult and wards lelunied to secure us. What ,, ,,.,i,.h with but n fee-hie the result was of the discharge of our nawlte ntni ofgovenitnent wps not muskets, I know not. I will simply , ,tl.f, cr,0ugli to retire.-. The na- i soy, that l, with lour ol my couipan-. t-wna cUMCtcr V;as but imrerU c:!y j ptc telicr i.i itM"iv ; ions, got away. formed, and the resoutccs of the 1 niugJ, Jat d (.'olenmu, U ithout aid, without provisions, we countrv were almost whwlv nt.ik- C!loetoi ; wandered over nountaius, and thro' V(jlq,c;,. ' Tlu. rtn of s0;nc'of ?ur j... ,earne,j rri.irt'lhc rraeJti StitlariMV' - We have already noticed t!t at tempt uiado by a portion of tho Koch ester whig to place Fiederiek Doug, l.iss iu iifiiniuation for tho Assembly. The last nuinb"r of Mr. Douglass' pa per contains the following 4,card" ironi that individual, tendering hi thanks lor the unexpected compli' merit : To 1. llort'iti. 11. Oaidncr, .las. can olli-'e ; Jofli;ji!i 1'uti.an, H. K. Wulterspoon. in. Hreck, U. S. Dopiilv (Jollcctor ; C S. Jeiining .lames II. Kelly. .!hn Stevens, J,. It. .ictotne. I. S. J)viuty and of Aitietican office ; S. Oray. I'M ward French. Win. Thorn, Justin Day, IC. li. Warren. -John Corn. -a .ill, u'v. (.ii:h. r. U'u, lormcriy K. Ilceoek; N. IL A trams, of Amen- M. II. Jen- S. Dejuty woods, in hojie of ariiving at Pied- largest cities were then onlv trading inont. a place ol salety. cajang under cover t some mii prije, that in tho whig con- o f ni:.l,t Z PaM1'!"' ur.luhn nn'1 tl", r,r!"' venlion hold h thii city on Saturday ol lilgut, tlie 1 ar- .. c(!Vera of our most i-owerfm rtalts : -. .....! i... " mesitiu guard, who took us for ,m,.g-'PI.0 tllcn mM oYlUxAc,, llo , . " S ' , - - t length arrived at I'icti-. wldd, eiviliv,u o bad Kearcelv made !"."" V nk," ,w. ;v "r c-. " " ers, wo (its first entrance. In the rear 1MU Wc are now in Genoa, whence IJpItfl' haiJ nol )niinclicif M, firet hope to pass to America, with one ol ! Rtpainlmal , tlic WBlm cf lk. , .' ,Ke ,, ' mv conman tons n m UfortutlC. Our ' 1 I r., Pin, '"'i CJm" 11 ! . CIU.. . lI(t, r,)mci,ic.s or ttlc policy oi in? leans requited rial but on tho contraiy, Imvim nvolved iar V--y' lalnavs liirM uml mblielv etprcs-ied iow a trip to Ul , diametrically 'opfoscd to China, h itliJu,llW j.cld bv that part of tho whig "iiiuithfik' for Europe. He., administering the follow.: ! he bed.'his eadavorous face appcanug ! ' 1' nccrcd.tc.l Journal, that theinrtlly which ?pr e .h7.it Mdf ke-re, daily, to liumireus, anu . i um evening previous 10 .ai.in;; B,())Vtl 1e cincrlj,. ( tyranny oi our iiiiamous oppiustots nato, an, knowle t .i a l.w prlee. I'ieata an JQ js ,j0;n worj 0f real good. Helta aforesaid meetinghouse, there was a , After n few moment they .f jtr-ri On- .ianthropist, and ha, made him-, gatheringo. .he people to make arrange j leave 1'''' J"" r.!,j,,;;.:Anj,u.,.dw.ud ,f f.leth. riuh, ' my companions in uiHlurtune. uur ' ldsori, and the passage from Pitts mean' were exnausicu uuruig our j ir ijurj,), t0 c.v Orleans requited as gritnagc, uowever, ami uw omy in(K., t,me, and involved far Lr.ikvj vtirn ri?iti in nit t in tom ii i . i .1 "'Hd.wn in that dark room, in the fourth . .V. ' . i i " ... ii' .1.- r0""' ",an . i , . i , 'lie ami oi nuciiy. uvuz ,nv un; f,tin m- r-ven to -'S'-S story if a boarding house, and gaze ! c r ? i, 0, V 11 .' ?i cn . , .......... ..... -i i.- r.. t umivviu tj.avvs v rimtiiwi . iw"w' lnl in Pflttlirv Hint l.as "lvetl Ml lit . ..,- -. -. t. ...... . ..... .r .. . " . . . . na iv which vou arc i.uiii.um'ii to rep- those run icls ol modern ' ,.. ..;,, rr , r Im hern nnnihi-1 1 , i -..n.... tti ,,r,r W. II. SMITH, Mto,ney and ComtMor at Isv, AMI o l i c i t o n in cu a n c n n t, would ,.f llnl. . .. .i v.. -...1 mfiilA llim- iritlinrmrr ni III.- Iiellllic IU Ill.lkC airuilizu ItM.V, ii.-l Ml iviiit " ' - " i ' . . r 1 lllv euill uuu um mv: iii';iii.i tr-If very poor bjr Ids eltorts mine no- menu .or. , Am, .lfl(.r commill, c 1!(d .ft. and .blecau.eof humanity. W first naw Hefore eeparation, in the evening it , om; Jonn Mnirii no, WOul.l give or ihiru tome yeart ago' in Ireland. He was proK.el lo clo.e with prayer. j ders ,, pnlient jliuuld not be dis- latcd and knowledgo diff.i.ed as upon j folliicd Ul ,il!a,,j;rciw.,lliw, of mj tho wtti"s of the wind. Ike r tir''hac . .i;i i(...ii.n..u. of I)ii!'iaria, the growth nt, J mi. , , t- ufacture of AmeMcan cotto. . the ac - j ,o ' cessions of Honda and of 1 i-xa, the , , , " , Now that the half century has real- exii-iisi-iii of the repu.lhc to the -shores , ave m J( . - j. .1... IP. ........ AMrt I r H J 0, 111..,..,, , f1 ' . ii r I may oe i;nown iar ami wiue. 0. C. GL'IUI nn: last ritr'Ti ikihs. (Rutland, trmont.J PATENT MEDICINES so cine so i'.n'"' ll. M4B.i;.i lit. intde'aucli arranc.-ir.enU that l- , ii .. i .i , i '.i ..i ... r .... in tin; i , i..t ..t.lr uriw lit Arpfinllir'tV a Unlincr uraia was liuilll , liirico. nu nuuiu hilii ii ' immii , i livsvu, s.inai i viviii iumi . . , . i t ouksatcrv ereat dal oliier now. ji Accoruiiifeij u o.t..i.vi , , ....... . ... !' ....... . ... ' : .i... themselves to render the era to which . . .. r- til ....1 ... I-. 1 I.. . , tnrr..i I icvnllnrl. "vm. '"' iisus iv niara in 1 ...... ... ..iv It IU UI3 IV'iS - I woril : l i..m i . . r .1... i....i.iir iuini.ri iinnif.il I - ... cccd in raisuiji i-nooyli to Kiwtr - ni "ei " """"e -i izg-, my by. will vou lake your . . . v,tc i;r I r..Mimv l-icL- N.ill. nrose and obiccfed i..l.lu t...i ir i-nlil V ' i neeunianty eaV lor ure rcoiu. j . .-...y - . - . . .. . etl. .i . ..-...! l. il.sl lon-promisfd t'anorama oi mo i to tne iioniiuauuut, uj uici"e That !woild Fair, here i finished. We j Deacon Cram tnu.t not pray, a. he wo iv t 11 Ul li 1 ' I JIi , had a private view of il ll.U morning.- ( I10t n freeholder ' ll is a ery gorgeous paintinj and re- Says old Jet KES i , iv. were in the ! own n foot 0' oa n a eliati t pray, . s , ... Cinniy, Lratn uims noi foot rf land in toon . and he (!ood old Jemmie ,..i t. nt. !.....! ' roeme, are oven suiu'.cm oi , , , .M. ,.,... .... , slave cntchitig i. either a chiintiaii ilrj. innoiei.t t;u.i!(ieijiei.t. I do j.t-j. tin. t lua uti. tifitetl tut nttn Hut besides all this, a new philan .r tin- Li.lnr.i i er ttr v.rct the ti'li. lo which the patient, flinging o(T the t tue condition of mankind at its he- thropv has ati'cn in the world, llu. , c3j,tlte frm bit grasp it a 4tru lH:lc!oi iv. nn.lj.i.nrlUln The fullcat , m m ty has acquired a tl.fi.uand fdd Ul. r . M;cve that DaiCel respond, 1 'L - ,.LJ1- tandiiio't interesting that we have its former 'mportancc its rights arc j Webstf-r ii the l-avi ,r i tho Uuw. a i, i.i.i.,,,..,. Lb, !.... m ei.tr-r ; seen, of these backward glances into better understood and more geiirruHy tl(ll tjt, t,;,,,.,,, binds in need of ' IliilS ..IV IIILUIW. II. I'IIH.-'IHq IS , , , . . , ,-5ia.V-t great events hv which it has been ' "-y M: ' our nna.4 to, t w ! niaiked, and it.'deUiicating lite amriz-' 0,1,1 ' t,me- j believe ing contrasts which are presented in was of course the nett candidate pro posed to perform lhi sacred service a ........li m (( (ur n bk-stiii" and im- IIIUWIX v , w ( 4 , . . the . Jrijr oi ye ow.. " . . . ..... .... ........ 1. .1 1 ...... , t.,t.t.ttjr lint i , i 1 . I t t i thu jiruiv, win a-'ted liy one of the it- tnc pasl liny years, nre coiiiainci in .ivunonuug u. uuu y Micti a D.iMor, i no not oeneve ini.t cruuin"'o(riceis, 4 Well, fir, when you , a series of articles in the New York ! become a sibjeet of care apd guard. ,urnan eiiacluictri ire to be obeyed gt into battl", will y.u fijbt or run; , Kvcniug Post, and m a spirited aj.cr mil up to every ninuiu in .icn tliey ay oiut ularik aaniat tl III V III l-WI.'.MUi. J U Ah, fniib,' replied tke HiWrian, wiih ; , ,lt. January nuu comical twitlof hi cotintenatipe, 4 J'll ' ,ia Itc itfW, Clititle'l ns afiber doin,' year i.pnsr, a the ma- t . ycari," (Jf JIC - .r... .r .Ia.i ' ... nuuiberof the Chris 4l.rn , AVI'l i- I COti e keretfet lr ,lii h ' .. ,.s .11 llu. nouular PAWBTBBI5lfli.t i . .... ,., Me were ul of iUr4ty c( - SZl ' Crvttu. Palace our.elf la.t InP. and VrJZltl ZZF& l -V ,,,d C'Xn ior the mty, a. well a, war.yopl.tc l4 t ,3t w triumphed USUI aC2J3. '.,, dm HritUh Yacht-, in the 21 lit Hrr Uir.lrt'J'" .V . ii.. itnt i n r.t iarr tin urn uuu . .-r - - . , , , ... i . Agricultural 0Hjrt it given on ir, wii.i -"- . . Saturday, by plongin- into the water, j the latter without overlooking these, . lit.ou t liappuieas, ami noiit r ';": ,f ,st wing o Ike viing arV McCormick'a Uenper. We don't know l ot sieniorwu - Jwiuimi(l fcUl i i.ini, at the nk crlebraten, with lofty exultation ana ar I ot urtue uwf i i ro we yw Mn'-.uximl "tlt iStietr Ufy." mho own', it and we learn lUt il will ' arose a'J comrotnetd in the following t rfhU own ijfc, Suehactfofl.eroi.it) delight, the triumphs which Christian i which multitudes of ruble hearte d Wnh a! the ree ect which your tie nol first be ( xhibited iu our city. - .W.roPrwte, tbo uncoo.n .-nga.gr. ,ll0Ulll ue reeoroeu- Iiai UiaAUK leR Iftt - ' . law of lh llVil.U (Jlrtl. And I el.f v. d 4nie Last Fir difi'ise intelligence and lirtue-to pre. , in" ir nst f.illv. ( ns L do. ) thu i even hfse t.ai,erj the for-', vent war and secure the l..e?s.ngs of .(ija,; ou ea ! v be!ie .no mer aro devoted mainly to the jKditi u iivcid f.ee to spread Cln iftiurr U) a .efw:i hoi.y unfit to re-cine cat and social cl.angta which have ity among tieatiisii iiv.ioru, iinu io,,ilu tiilfrages of geritleinen holding . i . .....t xunrtment of. r,mnu KROCP.KIKS. CHOCK- ,"" BUY AN t HA ROW ABB, tdore divine aid anJ attittanct on . . . rri 11 .- I ..... r... i im ,.r. n its enTaf, and we tee inai mt ocra.u... . w , . Mor) . an(J ,ie ,U!no rac , a higher cot. ... 0 .,..; niyi, ioiing the ixli '-f ii.. it.it ft ninn in iarre i.iaiurc uuu -. j - y . . . . . . , -, i . ,1 . . . t de . nt .tt l,..n for ansratrd Cn"d nb.eli . "'-T I. I.4:...- .;J... and U'rtfc . . te,; .nuch chraVr fe. ra.h'.vtitlinet ,e.,-el U ie.Mii.-.n.Xrs "; uutaidrr. -the c,. ,1,lPtd.ndU.,b.....H.UitOe..n.ejBiNg lttnd, Vt',1fcM Jenny l.iud linger a prcaeM of a eigai pasc. Cttheiuw H)t tleligut, tnc iriumpris which unsiiBii i wuitn iira'. I eiviltzation, ecience and art have let n people in many tlifiVn i.t land are ! winning am'mg the nitiiru of ti e f nrooioting. Thcii ehm, wjnoh ate cibn pcr.inu rne to e.itertaiu lor you, I am ueniU'intn. handsome tilver ' to build tbee a muckle big bou... will TOU j c,re ,,im l, a quartof ea..,ip.,e. ! ' of them, however, li ': Vour faithful fcltow e.ien. Uikh. .Mbl us. ood Urd, and keep us ... , . d,,4 snid he5 4 1 don't it to.uwaUn in the -of J . u;U re b :j?tt PItKDl.lt! K LOfnitAFB.