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.Url.CMi TV two flira STTecl !f lltfrtitm. ti wratttr travellera- had jMt4i'itod thtffaia, its, in a Ubittd aayth4g bat ;4tiMetv was fite 10 e hrnarsViy i UiCtKOt at' MtrlfiM attar bc-1 aiartraV now breathed store Inte rn la rapes keretlf Out ekIsM nof r. I. 8htnt htr ear. and Wd that Ztetpttd tkt ttad hwater't otrr. jikWil had wrokea ejn the dter Half m Vw tasted away, aad latd entered the cltatt. Bhc heaid t nm in frva the suV. Mem-i J tbcsa pr yina; at the box which con a - I tJl. Mil . . a .1 i-- - s 1P .t - ft It tradi a to Urt ika Gen. Scott wttl be nomiua'rd fur tbe Presidency wilt. 41 Saudi diaVolfy? Kni jwf hip oa Iba Adare ihe liw i cirtle of lW oral retitvjtlc, and ptr- ( tbe .tsWea1 or.rlek if Utd, than those divine prrcepts that a ktmt.aai4 to hi of uined the silver rU-, tad knew that ballot ; and that tl. Idling at UwUww.l. .yAwgUl I be llo.lt: atsaxW Mattered, ktt on! mi at 'no line to be lotC Tbe key was nil tie drlrgatrs is, thai C.mtentkm frodlflw AVolofue. U W Mftitmt i cmc A ho3d,'1ifttoifcbckrw. ma qun ai j- wof1i,nf ilt:pd mom Ur. ftwiM to W M ' ihwgj.t tkc kertic gvl forrd j wlfch , wH, o ,e. iJiLt The kor Ike went to htt Wd, and ckwed it tm tkotc borwHt. TJl L '.-.u. nd ec yrkt ide ni left key w twrMd, wl MteJUw tkti yi" X- T.J-jtprt. . NVkint broke tU etillueM of r U tkt frtt dor, ulockcd it,7,Te been rtxr1 Lj the Ut imtl tkttirlM U tke WU Urtt kled ; Uirow it oe, al fmi mte tW.fn, Cktifornh. siWuf tirettt certain H Af. ttl for klf if kf l.iskt. It t but tb writ of i,,,, ,, , fitilBMer ra. lmr h M wj urn mm twoHi; rwtort k wW trtjte-. Hie kumfe tMef:t toreljr kit V tkt Mr;tr leeigaeli Ik UeebeR m W tttrtf and 'k tbt t)irok Unj ef bet frtr U'ien bato ktirite4.k4 rakt4 j tke eatbrn en tkt ktftrtki extiAki tkt laaw tkt ktt2 kWrt tkt Ur, ind fken ta few momenta to route aoortof the tmn tert. tn ere lonj tke rokVer iMTel Uu fir ia rnaiwr, Thryot onlj kt their boot, but alo their lib!rtv, atd on die next day irere lafrlT con teed ii Tiitrte, ad deiirered up to jttatke. LdibtB ai round to bit mow, mUi hu BKwtooutta apead liuanM piBiftntd to bit chair; bat tbe eatw aarrvw twriaatt aawewswa ta wrj b4ha4ker laMM-tki;li.tck-'(; ktf.owti imf vlitm&i ml ! (rim tkt mta ef arrtfleJ ktr atUathn. At rtt akt tbougbt the iior wigm m uning in uii mxjv dui khf ker eajwHc tk lttrt4 for ker Ctctitn of keiax rvlaMtd from bU an. roan, piamtint .mvwTj nai iHm wrjei mt HicMtie pe? had rtctifed. That fiftlt ih ia atiO Ic taovemeut if iatiAVi4 frum Califijrn'ia ajioa tkt Ujr?aW1ttliM n.rorwwrm-it.n itated i .1 . t ' if' h !'..- - .. j r aun "lie lair airf ciiuie u in nojiew. Gttittou't J'ntoiuit. lie l lot bcllclli fi t!cd.Ly num ball ikall blood btttbetV Hat tar rarrreneil clergy we ataat at bej that old unrijhtcs law A Gad. and art triving to hare it re peats! , Tfca Irtirnoralitr of war V Ion l!y pro- Sandwich !tand. The etcmiaeM 1 cif aeW, b asodern reformer, nuUniHi' ba already beea pui in po Mttin ef aitafljtig it appear to be ordaine'l bjr I liu Information, ami will, no duula, ext eri itt authority to put a atop to aaek a aaorraitnt, with what turceif remaini to be een. Tie pantculara of Itii ex piditiua are aot yet jwblic, but it ! aid to ba a a ktrgt arate, and to be maaagwd. ta'iar, with mm akitl, m well atatarwev..' '7 rz? (QGapBtt tbe eoafiw of hatinj'feet drove that TlTi?"" iXt? P A f H Uea fit her tniud. and tke idea f . j,1 JJjP" fliaSed on her t'.at tkt robbera were attir, (tie tnmri to fly for help ; but! IIILHSKAT KVKSIMO, JVNK 17i tbe wattoo !ale, fr Hardly had ahe vuio Dirrttitrr c turned bek towards the atairn. when Tie Whi of llit F: he wai confronted by one of the lran"J, lj.Hct. comprUlnX ihe Countl. if O.MVBNTION. irtt Ct:iigri-.im bi you want anything, air?' aik-! li"B'n. a hereby reiiurated to Marcclline, hardly Wt.Kiou-- of wlmtj" Co..t.nt at JArfrfWary, ,.n l! 'i .-?-!.... ..- ra'aeAiy.l!aa,oyyw. HtM Wiiiliington. Addi.'un ltiiiland anil that pawengen arn now carried from CUtelatid to l'hiSadelpkia, by the Ohio nnil Petitifylvani and Central Rail rond, for eleven !o1Ia, the price char ged from rillburg to I'liilmlclphUi. Tliu u enured by the rompcliliob with the Dunkiik mule to llic Kat. SrcciAL Et.ni:Tiox is M i.vE.Tke cicctinn in the 4th OongrcMional Dis trict in Maine, to supply the vacancy created bv the death of Hun. Mr. An- ,h nltere.1, bat ntit tke pkrate , i0t,vf, A M, 10 nominate . rp-1 ,,cWf h r"u,,e1 ,n l -'lecl,01 o( werely fmm the fcrc or babit. ntaiite in tbe next Congrea for tlii Hon. Isaac Reed, of Waldoborough. ,'.)ri .nr' Ii.rrimi '"VV.1.'' "I','1 M.n, KW"AtT f VnMrl I l,,c Wl,i candidate. A despatch to reJ.'fned. 1 want Altzoifi atroug B,,j Vice l're.ident, to be aupiwriud ut 1 . . . r . r but. J the entiling elrcliun. Mtrc.air! tu wouM not ro'. JOS !! HAKRKTT, ir .lAOOIlEPOE O. ro not vo. It' only tiiote II. O. ROCJT, M M. T. IIUHNHAM, J Tl.ii 1 V.eatK witk iHal 4m aaf wtM ly asfelonging to tk ttejrir of iti4taton aai etktine; Mt, wMaw apir to iQatkt rfojreaeire ajiirit of improvement ea tke divine code j'itt commenced. The free UM1 of ettaaulating dnnka ba been a'pptobated, and enjoyei by the beat and witeit of men far rainy thousand yean ; the ItoliMt and moat devout chriatiaiw f all nations except Malwwtdana, bare received invigo rating drinkt at common Meaalnga from the hand of their creator, aa4 approved by like, at never receiving a rebuke. The Bavi r oor Lord Jc am ClitUt aM.ciiourd the free ue of intoxicating drink by his action at the wedding, ar.d ana denounced by tke old Phaiiicea at A " aine btblcr." of druukanl, and according to raiew adopted by many, of .our chWrckee eineMtfe hi; solemn itjiinctioa "tiVw ditclpWa, 1.1. J,tT,J,w.Jaatll Hall of the lnatitui. . covered with nmitiiif. irniture of britht eoior 11 around ll. Tl. s ... - - m iv r li II ira iwau rtivii vtnri mirr lltf htl l3N beatilrAIKrliyeft-na W, of Kt.pn ,n . lW ciBeJytod. IwaaUJottiHtetpKw! lox itnUeen are now ready to done that libatalty ., px, f g Afoaa, awiWioxy; U em, Dri Blt, f lof. Dr. SeaiaVMrS-Lyeft an cock .1 l. -.amIIa w . mmiM liii. matnuia that thia worid was created h (lk M mi , many kuadrtda of thousanda of year drnrr this morning, ami no i J ,o. 'm-wold aak' DfrKfaliVWra1alth-b rrthfiy HMfljfc CMUttoo, Juoe 1832. ''' fk en tttl , thla nation m Hint of Commtrt d . lm deemed it withiii the cirri. r'i7i Mil. KcnoR ; A aii apnloMyto Mf,m,n,,,,p , tAt ntt your rcauera, you aaay aay nvai mo harbor. . a bkkkeavtn fur wUe perpo, in bring akaat great and iaipartantetrat. Read tbe kbtory of tbe Jrwith war in lite coitrawt ef Caiman and the Missed tc aaUa't the, angel of God went with with hi drawn sword, a enp ,takij)f kit hott. ia (tbe detruction...tr The old teatatnent, appeen 16 be i . 4 1 .t 'at I a utatoty ot ar, aunn tiioutanas ot Ut M mm hjudge Jeu y 1 - - . , ftl . f . . a abive wa wrrtten br an old tntn mere i nu rnon making m i,i ..i,i audi n Mate of tlnnj.i n nt,u,i,tr between ciihty and ninety yeart old, () four cat,ldt(e;f nnd a a valedictory, U being tlie sixtieth new mnn. Hut the lottery piindiiT' article Uat has teen puhUdicdin dtf. not recognlz.d hy il,e w.lg,. xu er did practice it nod tin mJ ferent Journal! within frw year. jhrec Bru,t ,mL nut, and (hit the kut he weukl t re Convention nnd on otm of il,Ut ' ' . . . .1 I...! III X tame to $tm ta tl prM. iiiat to " . . ,r. tJi .h t1 - SoaMbf the dh-glM from tliu important a auhjct.aliQuUl,bto bad- ,rra,a,e W,y mm nre , "f ty Mnuara ajpjrfiy,ar!ijgr.;wiiviiv una reany. ronu iiNxtcr of ij l'tf.'V I 111 J for Tavk i. J WiUri JITS.! therein recorded, ucrc of God's ilirec tiot, and sanctioned by his blessing. God who rules the work in ligltteous noij and Middoui, Vocs the end Irotn the bci tiiiing wl.tlo poor earthly i mortals, are striving, to be more just J than their maker. War however ou-'lit fo be avoided to your meat or your drink." How appalling the thought, that a Chiistion IcgiMntor should fay so lit tle regatd to nn express rciuraand of their Savior. We will uow ahoa by a few extracts from n large and respectable Journal, the further progrtM now making to 1smM IT. JrrfL:il r - m na. i near tni ancrnoon tlie Me. J briiii: the inspired writincs into dure ns much as possible, tlio' it appears j ,JUt0 as ,iri.aictd bv Franklin. " It now (says the writer) bat a tRKTT, "I ERTON, Whig Littriet Cuiniin'tlr Till: MY ANI TUU llOL'R. The It' only tliose bjuvdes alitch belong to the convent. that we want. So bejtir yourself and bof us where they are,' 1 . i i n .i. i t i...ii . . ... ... J ireent is a time of treat excitement uMt for help s exclaimed Marcelhne, , . , , , , , . .m vhc ewnycl to tirt for the Mair. M "IC P,,t,cal world, and aa this ex- Xo, no. eet one, the villain re 1 citcuivnl is considerably nugincnted turned, at the same tune laying a by the uncertainty that teems to rest ini&h graip ujion the maiden's arm , 1 .... I m a.avt f.nM I.!. ..s.,.1.... I over tlie Whig nomination to bo made Y .ur st-ibfc-lov is already secured". I Jou,JllMS ,odV or tc-morrow-but nid wtah.dj treat you in the Hamei'-t.-c or no relief can be given as yet -. Jtnt mark me ; it you re qui i to the ucneral anxioty and susdciisc. t. and tell ns where the box is hidden, t harm shall come to you ; but if you tin tiot The tillnin silently finished hiii sen Ictice by inific4ntly raiting his piitnl - tho atillncss that ushers iu tlio coining i tbe girl't hiad. and at that moment J8orm, and if the real excitement of The prcaeut excitement u liko that experienced on the eve ol battle; in the lull that precedes the gale; and in he wm joined by his companion, who had j'ist come from Luhtn s room. tho occasion may not be diminished Marcellinc at firit thonnht of resist- on ,be --nccmcnt of tho result, anee, but he soon found that she could' men will ot least breathe freer and gain nothing by dint, and, bcaides.the ft-tl moie at ease, robber not only threatened her lire, We lre infonned that ajrcady Balti but they vowed they would bicnk in1 . . .... . . sundr every door and partition in tho more is in a highly intciestiug state houso till they found tho box. Un,f'f ,-c.itical excttcracnt. The Mossa der these circumstances, she thought chusetts delegation, one thousand" it best to reveal the hiding place of 4trog wcre handsomely received. the box. trusting, however, that some- ,f , , . i . , . . ... . ... . We doubt whether onv special bene- thing might yet tutn up to assiu l,er, - ' and accordingly she led the way to the flt 10 1,10 chances of Mr. cbstcr will barroom, back of which was a small result fiom this outside demonstration apartment. Taking a key Trom ihe0f volunteer delegates. The Boston money-drawer, she unlocked the dor , yail , many gcnfiiblc Wub. ftf thi back room, and jointing to a 1 . fmsll closet in the further coiner, she Mcr u,en B,a.ve'' at ,,omo- lid Tlie friends of both Scott and Web- Thert, rirs. in that cloiet is the 1 stcr are still confident of success each monk s box, but my master has tlio 'iJe for its respective candidate, but kov in his own possession, and so, if , . , . vouaouldopen it, you must neids,01 cou"c 05 3'et "otl""8 but mcre force tho lock.' supposition aud gucses can be given. You are ready with your wjt,pret-j Wo shall soon 44 wo what wo thall ty one,' said oce 'of tho robbers, as he ',cc; aa till tl.cn let us wait. cast a scrutinising glance into Mar j celtint'a face.' i QTy-The ne memoir of G.;.i. Pierce, muit excuse us if we just secure you American Republic and compart him tilt after our job is on-ptetcd.' to Cindnn.um. At the man spoke he led the cirl I . ,, ., . . ... back to the barr sotn. and taking from 1 ?V"' :' "WB UV P"T his pocket a piece of stout coid, pro- -bu l,?rh,Vt U,e Gen ca" ,and ceeded to laah her to a chair. She ,l0" 1 know il e-cr hurt Mr. stoutly resisted, and even attcmjteJ Polk by rallir.g him the 1 Younj; Hick, to utter a cry, but a napkin soon stop- ory ihouh it did seem rather ridicu- Eed her nowerofatterancc.after which lou. Tlie Whig will have to place er hands wera tasked bekind her,and cither Mr. Webster before the people then she herself lathed to a chsir. . .. Am.rt.M n .i U- . , .i- .i !..., r .i " American Utmodhenes and Ci After that, the robbera took a few tools fria one or tkeirsaekiand proceeded Gn Scott t the great Amer- at oace to force tho stoat doeet door. n -V" For saeatat after Msrcelline bad j beea left alone, the altacwt gave np In KJrir. Hamtr, nh.i in a former detf-airi bat her wotnan't wit toon iii to this pbeo renovated in a decid eatte to her aid, and a gleam of hope mmMTmx ,e lmle ,t em lighted up tier countenance. Irom . ,. , . where the villains were at work thev 1 0U,"rtJ 'f .he ,K,pulacc could not look into the barroom. and:mon2 on ro returned to - i tho Boston Atlas, from the office of 1 the Tribune r.t Bath, under dato of the 8th met., says that llccd is elect- led by almost GOO majority. Net Whig gain over the last election, 68G ThU is the District particularly cut out by tho tleuiocraoy to servo their purposes, and has since bnrr.o the name of the 44 Comet Distiict." for tl. Ilrralil. Improvement in the 18th Century. It Imlh been justly observed, that the prcjvnt pciiod i.- icinarkabtc for great nnd notoniidiing improvement. Nt on. ly in the art ami sciences, but also in religion and politics, each secm-i to de mand a largo share of public attention. It would appear that multitude are in toxicated with visionary schemes nnd aburd theories ns to what constitutes the true principles of religion, morality and benevolence, nnd a large class of the pcoplo appear to be striving to cs , . . . ... to ne an ordination ol Heaven, to sc- curo our just els itns, preserve and maintain our national nnd individual rights, as in the cusj of the Patrinrch Abraham. Tho holding of " bond men nnd few years siuce the first attempt was openly mndo in this city to establish journals devoted to Infidel Philosophy: At first such an attempt created noth ing but (iirSL'ust and horror, in the bond women" in servitude, though minds of1 eommunUv. oaruviallv in i - - j i j clearly and expressly approbated by New England, which has bctn con- the law of God, is urged by our lead-Videred the headquarters of good iug divines, as a wicked nnd unjust 'sound old fashioned religion of the law, that ought to be erased from the Bible. Uf lato years however, a great sacred pages of our bil.Ics. Notwitli change has takcu place among large standing God, by the mouth of his classes of society. Journals of large prophet Moses, said tlitt they should circulation have been established pre- 44 take from the heathen round about , tending to all tho virtue and morality them, and they should become their .of the day, which ttndtr the specious servants, and an inheritance to their, garb of pure philosophy and morals, children forever." But those pious I have beon saiir.inir and undermining the leligious notions of the people, in troducing a new code of morality of the most atrocious kind, and expung hug all those ancient ideas of honesty, pteim thev arc not looking at the groat ! propriety and virtue. Those destruo- and astonishing plan of the creator in ttve pnncijiles aro mtgutsed under men who arc striving to put down this divine institution, as unjust and wick; ed. eeero not to 44 sco the end from :S.heginning." In their zeal at re Wetfvebe!w.Tewniwett front e,o.Ahwh7 of Sprinsnf IJ, oeratie frcsideWal nominee. The N: ihe Conveiithm. Hi. has n 7. Bxpr,., says. ' nt,rs' L' P"'eft,r8,,,1,le n .,, r... ' ..- , , . s which poinl liimas a piwt coinictttfj Mr. Prcewa evldrnlly selected wc,lcV ,he fe ' ' on luranad of his previous InaigiuL ,j v Massachuretts delegal'nk, rnncy In the context ; the unobit-ctiona- ...it.i .i i i, . . . , blenessofroedioeiliy. We shi.ll noW rmv ''"dqunrter.tnC, hear of hitherto undiscovered merits of various appellations, nnd appeal to different sentiment of tho human mind. Rationalism, Transcendentalism, Socialism, Abolitionism, Rochester Knockir.g,Spiritual Communications, Woman's Rights, Tectotalism, and many other istns that pervade society " ( among the slavee, and millions moreat the ,,rcsent day arc aj so manv ases. !:',V'li1ZCd ? Miss'10"ar',cs of their own efforts to affect the same end, viz. the civilizing and christianizing that dark, tahlish a platform that many discerning 8avage and pagan nation, where no minds find very little scripture or rea-i white christian missionary dare ap son in support. j proach formerly ; do not those pious A ioliiical party hath of lale sprung fanatics now soo the finger of God in up, piocldhning not merely a higher law B tn;3) DJ t,cm terme(i wi0kedncS3. than the Constitution of the Union, but ' an,i th. tliere ar0 alrcjul four ,,.. Mill a higher one than that enacted by Jrcd thousand convcrU to cbristinnifv ieliovuli, as will be shown in tho sc fpiul. a. t Ti o int. nf rifj nic.il in yin " b"-" -. ,..., r . . ... . , . seem, not to come up to their standard " u , V ,K . 1 subversion of true christian principles of liberty nnd morality," forgetting' t,,u 80BI)el of salvation, to that benight-, and infi.ldizing of society. But the that the gospel does not propose to u ed corner of ,hc earth- Th'3' a,ld leaden and abettors of this hiuuitou-i nn equalization of human conditions, for J much more good has brought about, 8chemp ar(J (0t Confined to thc iaity we find Christ and his apostles speak of by divine agency, and still there arc but.perhaps unintenUonally.tho clcrgv the rich sud the poor, high and low, ( those who are bold enough to pro- themselves, arc in the foremost ranks bond and free j they made it no part of nonnco the effects of this great planof t,,oso who bps tro holdj labors to a. ay the prejudices of one and institution of heaven as unjust f niora,Uv and m. Jt u class against lha other, to discontent and are striving against their maker 65d(Jrcd Qn q p the slave with his condition, or the cit-'andsay, 44 Gods ways aro not equal' i ., , f v v , . , izen with the covernment: but the re.l r!,Ui il.S. t -..,J t..l. I Cler f NeW Kr,8InJ tnd Ncw verse a may he shown. obedience to it. His language was, It appear very plain to the writer it 8cryants obey your masters with by h.te movtmenu in the religious world fcar aud trcmblir,s." T,ct as many luai me sacreuneis oi uoiy wm is soon gervantj a3 after listening for a moment or two to assure htrself that thty were fairly '.nir, she moved her cliair noifelMly towardt a table, upon which a candle had been left burning. By consider able cxertitn she managed to get bold ol tbt candlesuck with her teeth, ami ltndr assistance tothoie w'ioo meao, Yoik are deeply infected with Trans cendentalism, Philosophy and Social ist notions of the day. T..ci.t:... ...... i. - : .1 . er the voke count . J ' " to be so obliterated, by repeated inova-1 ... M , nl, . ahape of German origin. Tho women tion, to build up and establuh a higher)., r. , . ... i . . 'wl , e ' ,. 0 . ."Exhort servants to be obedient to. order of morals ; as to ditroy the in- ' . ,, , Isc . . .. . . ... their own masters." 44 Servants be i ra ro,u,e facrea vo ume w.ue.i fcar. for Wemcnts against all th. pure, aim i uau oecn laiigui irom miancy as tlie unerring word, which made wi.e unto j t,,U is P'eorthy." Such adtnont lvtion. I now recollect it was ob- tlons wure K,vc" l' Christ and the served by Dr. Franklin, at the time' Apostles in a.country of slavery. Can that the ootorbu, Tom Paine put lihUhotrbtealled-the true followers of 'Ace of Reason' that ehriliani!v had . Christ who teach tho reverse of UU nothing to fear from a production tm- doctrincs.so plainly revealed, and was.1""1"125 ,n York enating from so noted an infidel asPainr. instituted for tho conversion of a world. wc candid nnd that if the validity of scripture j These disastrous innovations of scrip- should bo made a matter of spcculaiion I , ... . . . . . 1 . 'ture now going on in our christian ui uuuui .il i uc ui.ai it nuuiu unQ liaj his in any quantity, and the world wilt soon bare cause to blush that it has nev or heard before of the Iraiifceinlant tal ents, the peculiar fitness for this high office, of Gen. Franklin Pierct.' Says I he Day Book : ,Just as we nre going to press, wt learn that the child is born and ihe cutest Yankee in Vanki tdoin couldn't guest lis name. It is christen. d Geo. Franklin Pierce. iWho the Devil is be you ak with surpi-e. Well nil we know about him is that he is said to be from New Hampshire; and did ser. vice mom or Icsk, some where in Mex ico, during ihe Mexican war, of course hu's all rifht but wo don't believe he will live to be President'' The Tribunt says : 'Franklin Pierce is a man of fair per sonal abilities and the biltercst partisan feelings' He evidently considers that ibis country was created on purpose to be ruled by the parly styling liiclf 'Democratic, 'und never harbored a bus. picion that (hat party ever was or could be in error. (If asked what was ihe oc casion of AritimV Full, he would in siinrtivtiy answer Federalism ! lie never had one Progressive idcu, but is a model Ilunkri-' Says the Boston Muil : As to thu qiialiticalinns of ihe nom inee for thu important otOce, ihey are evidently about ut good at Polk'. Gen Fierce has a good deal of the cunning and strategy of politics about him. He is a complete embodiment of tho more distinctly hunker phase of rtew Hampshire democracy, lie pos sesses fair talent' something beyond mediocrity -but they have ft r years been employed in schemes of party success, instead of developing n wise and far- reaching statesmanship. Hi views hare narrowed lliemn-lvc down to Ihe purposes of parly, instead of ex panding into a mm a wide tnd more generous share of action and usefulness. If elected to the Presidency, he will be President o,a patty, and will bo Pres ident of party, and will fee nothing and do nothing, bt-yend the narrow con fines In which his party vision muy ex tend.' The X II. Stat tt mnn says : 'A crazier set of people were nevtr abroad than come now found at ihe cap ital of New Hampshire, Foreign Am bassadors, Heads of Depn'tments. Con suls, and Charges da Affaires, lo say nothing of heads of bureaus at Wush ington, and the endless army of minor officers nre ns plenty as 'leaves in VmI. lonibrosa,. 'Willi no time whatever to learn public opinion abroad, these men fe l as certain of the election of Gener al PunOB as if the November vole was in roll .Hall. ear. ry s . jiic ovou men nave nc;vi nunrinJ thc same ImHding, above the .MuwJ setts utlcpUes. A reevpiioiv procession will proni to the boat At half past 10 to ct-mi 000 IMiiJAssVlpMsKi in their tiiiartm.1 The cityr? Kttrally ciowdtdu fttgnt. $cott,. FSjmorB and Web'tcroJ ciims aro boinjt held', upwirlii IOC reporter aiwl. reprcsvntatiittt tne pres arc nere, .... -m i r itiejcw -nrksra.iroieit Southern tnWl)t4rg itlJjWed W delegates on tho ttoot than tlim entitled to votes. Jhc fiuc-stijii -J i-ii i. .i a ueiug nruiieu uctore me eoiiiiiur.Mia arrciigomcn'ts to night. . Tlie awJ tee have decided that they iulhu intt all who have cruJentials. AtcioENT. At Loudon; last i urdav, Mr. Pierce Biukford, wli'iJ sisting to firo a salute on tho t(.t tion of tho news of Gom-Picroc t t itiatioti to the Presidency, wassers ly tiijurcd.by.nrcinaturC jludii of the cannon, 'Ho whs ramJ down a chnrgo when it exil J dreadfully Bhattciing hpth arms, ; filling his face with spiitileis uuy, der. His wound ,arc not s-uj) to be fatal. Hqiortir. CosGftKSH, Tho 'National Ii.lv gencer'says of tho proceeJing-oii present .Congress;: t t - It is relaWOTlorftthatd during the reign drCjuVen JElual ot fcngland, when Parliament Mi long, and the Houso of Coinmotm.J pccially, hnd done, in effect lioil.;, thc Speaker of that body coming s day to the Uuecn, she enidtsW 4 Now, Mr. Speaker, what has k in your House V To which tlie tjtl ker renlied. 4 It it nleaan vonrlii csty, seven weeks.' jl it our aoveeeign fine' l'coio the United State could be Kn.4l uouity to udilrets to sasie e.i1 to Mr, Speaker Boyd, of our IU ot iicprcseuiativcsj jrntt muni sii satisfactory reply thar.this couMJ Speaker make, substituting kix wm tor sevon twr? knuwn. Diilll.tli'ftK irnliln .'tttiii. 1 ..... . -- . " . ...... no are concerned in this scheme of . the slumbers of the night flitted over cial revolution, maka some atratire the ra-ntal disc of at least fifiv Concord democrats since batuiday afternoon, if pie and important doctrines of Chris tianity, as taught for centuries past, and some of them the most violent in their denunciations tee Mrs. Fanny Townsend's spocch at a late Socialist An IitpdstKu. A cdrrcsDonJfpti Kingston;' writes to warii,. llir. julil against a colored man who hm tsd up the fugitive slave' bwsines, wi A been driiing it to. a considerable crn in that aunrter. 'His storv is iblkl lately from lialtimore, where lie Wf wlfu and, children, and that he rw? by the aid of' certain mendjeri 4) Society of Friends 5 (lint he Ii.id lei from. Isaac Hooper to Charlt T'T ot iresteriy, aiul jr 'loby, of rrvj dencc. II h is an imnnmiT. and iid. of the gentlemen named lias the M of his acquaintance, or at I -t no good 'of html' Hit i describtl u I middle six", anl mtddljl age, nut A oiacx, aa'wrtel-wHIi m wr 'fl roiintrv. nrn rnlfiilnti-H net tmlir t commencement with the clergy and'sus I , , , or notion, of economy, lead them ,0 re.r- "d by profess of rehgio,, rha , ; ovale and bung to life such article of wn'er of these remark lmle thought. .. r . ' "..:.. i at that time that he would live .0 . but au'''ng a species of fraud and as - though faded, not lot." He mov 1 'le fulfillment of this prediction ; and be found fora hon limo one door Xonh il 5 wi,,, decP regret, Ibat he views at -" 1 -e . . . . ... .i. ,....... ,i. . :.. r..r..i then set it uwt a cbslr. A u.irrt,01 W1C ' 0,4 UP '". . '""-m " ' J'" more she listened, and then turned ! u"" auyihiug done iu thc way of Srt"-brea'rn. ev.-n'n-lly in rl- her back to the candle in such a rran d)eing and dressin? up fsdtd ai.d s ill 'roy the inspiraiion of the sactcd vol-. miserable through life in an inLospi aer at to bring the outer cord into the gnrnwnts, would do well to rail and see um which I may clearly show hereaf- table and uiicongciiial couutry, far bUxt. It reo tired not half a minute ,1,. m., hr,n ,,iw j .... , tcr. from home and near and dear asso- . . . . . - - - t-itir wo 1 1 .j c. 1 ' theft that has already taken from their brethren at the South, more than a million of their lawful j rorerty beside tualing the objects of their sympathy In proof of so hold an assertion you cistes. 41 That the end sanctifies the I... .ir.L. 1 .L.i I.. I I l-. ....... .. .l ....... 1: '"ng. bui ill do all uii brown' and to nti is nir Kii,saa men nu nr otcr.' , ... ... , .. :n . i -:.r ...i..,.,.. ..r . , . tbt took the bick of the chair in her i tUe '"'on of bis cutomtr. ; tll permit a bmf statemeut of thc means will apply much better to hu- tcclh and cartfullv moved it oat of the , T'. TT . . ' vwa' 01 Uf " ,u: roan tbaR divine law. oen. i.atru. it will ms rscoMtetrsi th.t at the Among the many portions of scrip Covins w iLc Judge cf ibe Snprtme ( commencement of ibta puliilcal crud an ars now ntmtK'A way. Then the timed again and placed tke cord that bound berwtists m tke Mate. Th Ushins burned, d tt djj btr Sfsh ; tut ',th a .r- Court of MsoauLuiUlf, was c-.'uGrcj'.J j on scripture, that Important inovatton cuti.jn2.i. ( cf plsm an4 '-ip'teit ittip'.yte frcirpt Lvtit'rut.Of'h t' didly at passing events, wc can but discover tl)e ori gin of those lato attempts to destroy the inspiration of the scriptures. Ge ologists now come out openly aud bold ly. The learned and pious Professor so be thev have slept ut all sinte the arrival of the news. Wo have to much of the compassion of uncte toby, that we tiuve.no heart to disturb the joy of our democraiie irieatV even so much at 10 raise a rousb wave his forehead orer'ilm h-fi ove. kU1 upon tho Pacific water the bosom of partially closdJicoriieqdeiice.-l,'!' which ihey are now saling over, and idenct -Journal' will do no more now than advise ibera ' - - . not to injure their healths in boisterous ! Be.ntos.'s Hiftvnkv. .In a and perhaps unavailing demonstra-, recently made at Hillslwtouj'li. M l,on j where the democracy had noW'Sl mm lor uongress, uetiton saw Kossurii s Famij-t jk Ekclskd 1 he late arrivals state that Kossuth mother and sisters had arrived in E laud. It is raid that the venerahl Hitchcock, in a book lately published) dr M'as much exhausted by her Ion in, wg to Congres?:, ,u:vcr entti j for any object coonectcil wiin HJ, aim never oaap apym.uig ui ' o . .: .1 t .1 ... ...... m by him, entitled 44 Religion of Geolo, J0"'"- "nu ? rt.eutl from ui- J "Je, in my uiiriy . j . 44 .. . . reel Austnan oflfinal tupervisiun until vice, there wait'nevcr a ftderel gy, says.-' Twenty years ago that J her arrival in Dusldc-rf upoU .he bestowed upon any one ol my M man who denied that this earth wu Rhine, liar two daughters, the Baron- none was ever accented bv tnyf more than rix thousand years old, waa v m i " w'duwed M.a!amo ' highf tt, were prcwed ujion -i considered an infidel. To contend aZ&S1X rw that the earth was created in six day. fatigued. TtoM&XZ ffr 5 Tl I S I Von ulavzky, accompanied by her ftr l'6' a"'Vf ? 3 IWenn.i.. brhofei.ll. .. -ell bushand, forme.ly Lteuf Colonel ia ' mu.4t. b.e -r Chrta, ant nof Tor cy diTinr Uw , nd ry gowi rluten m the liungjirian set vice, nnd mb-tQuent- n1 11 15 "ieai l0 decide Uu. i l.nd h a-d . tu;tsin; iIim i m r.J. J, an Austrian priner ot gtate, enjoy. .hSrjr; h. Madame iJ.- .nowfeWCongrcqcnoflcr. bpied upinsllpuUieotswin lown.md ul,, ,rJ'l probably remain in Enclaiid. din uould 6v that truthfully. . 1 . 1 lie vjr tin Ike p;rir.s lor sty ts na pensile ui upon amy I lai. ,Z7Z -. ... . :--- 1:.- .ri .u i-jths e.ii;s iuV,tsU-ui w.visii:. r'1 vsraj iK.u,CK4 y. :ejixoaU rw dowa a tsjgro in llasovcr .a Yi., wno ran it ct mi;o 4 on lio hst sjnreily.or tcdirecily furnisK S3 ladividuili lr. Kat. Mr. Edward C. Mayo, a biotbtr I A Mr. Woberson, a few davHI nil tui-r.f t U, tew L", up,.