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bit of ill im S, tt,.h IilT th.l 't i -r" d "-rj fciK( It He, a. a! ti rt su! j ta pUiea II" S..Ml0-; iht Ha 9M be grtt.a,!y !titJuilo(iMiUr ty U f Hm tlessirg-: 4 that lit H h gr. ilf irJ to tbewrr aa the cswitry Ills richest Ur.,ef ; nj tlai lit welj 8Ua. r ,W uiiei,:if o ra-toe. the, Udnidual h t sd Wforr T 3 r - - w 9 vm w-w Hf tpa II tJ !d bia tie power, a or I sad fhts.e!, to peifjra tHe v!raa duties I ich relnfd f h a public sis'i . Mr. riaj.Vfff.ru. and ti.e who Beted villi Li, were row rtawned wi h Mw. end proeieiiy too bgn It e4rj ler tavigowiag beaaf tK .fee Iad. and u w-cb the ij.de a try' r-f the moatry nee mnrt b'bl fe i-J aetiy ily. Fioa ib pitii of U.U hill to the pfBo. l l Ibt irpct.irt, i 1833, B roumr er itriel bm iU tf.j. ia j ibt corner or J tvitft sbJ sJtanetarit ia n!tli. It at &! ptrtoi ih I Ore we, kst il lroa iff the .rl!r t4 Tuiluh le r, aninuinirg a i.b'e, fcul p f ient;jf a f.or1f t, --f U foe f.cttlc at ana m'pjf pdrre. M o iba iIJ raouth tt Hie a tetrrti ia tffairt of ibr fl ca forff I with li m arc.rarM d jnt tij tiit Avniraitt viewed ihiicoa tei. aor b.t irJt at fn jrrt r at a p to l!a Rod of biUra U trt tle arm of Ui UlrUiiio (ain't tha Moalrai bou nJ tofraTB il a iflo.U f f ireecr, ai-dent. riiMC l&nttaa lirere. uh Tirtay. JV'o on e.a frft aiib pbat ffarrovt ZsJ ctea out fir roartrfrwoveii aa!rr touk il btnt toleal b4 pbitaMhropie la burof ciectiaf f.xl ai d cloihinf fr b ai.rnVg and Baked Greela, dtirea froa tbtir cnouldctinx h. rnea by tbrii f ailie ereiBte, and rpiBDtll.d la flrt lath to-wotaiiit and Iic"ia cae, tod pna toon and berrie. ' Tbt Ule of li t fcnbtr tift comaireJ apon tbt vomea ad cbiUiea barrowtd tvtrj bano, and art irare iron cvtry tu; vbde the be iVif Jeds of Mreo 0zzii. and hie rrpaoioa ia aras, firrJbr Aueiicaa f out nub aaboaaded aJmiratioa. Ilaa duriaf iba trtiirp of 1623f, lb at Mr. Websr brorjlit forward a pro tHieiuoa to nakt prpritioa to delry iba t ipemt of deputing a coaaia-iner or ae eat to Crevca, whene'er ibe PreiiJeol aoald deea ii proper. Ia apppbrt of bit ieiljpeel ; bat the pmpoejtipn wtarp pd by tlioea who thongM aarb n ac cwi onr pari nigbt be coaauaed by the likB() SuIt'B at evincing aa unfriendly feeling teaarda the Subl ine Porie, aod involve aa ta trouble. S.iae were under ep! toopp aetht ret.Jutiaa on aecnunt or the eource whence it originated, Mr.jecie l. A report began to prevail U at Mfebter having bra a federalist. Mr. Americana were aiaiatirg iba Neito f'if abort any,turb angenerouajriana to build foria ia their cnountaina. Iirriiag tad onworthy notiet rrbukedj'-'he igmrat t inhabitant of the eurround taea ia a tiigaificd tad eloqaenl mann.r. Ml country, and their Governor, ihe Pa I btvaiong had the ptfa-ure, be faid, cba of Matul, readily believed lie aaaer "of knowing tba bpoorla grnilemae i ,on for rorae fat. aeceaa to tht fro llaachuicp, and aoartiaea that aounina, frura lie weU ,wat denied of actirg with bio; and I hive much aa-'o the American niainnariee. A com fiafaetioa in eiprt ating ay hifh adaira- btnaiioo between lit Pacha of Moiul tioa f bia great taleaU. But I would 'and aeveral powerful Kurdish chiele for appeal to ay republic n fnenda, t'loee) ha exUiromalioo of the Neatoriaa Chiia fatthful eenunela f citil 1 beriy wtth'nS or Chaldaanv. vt entered into, whom 1 have eaer acted, ehall we rjccl . and aa attack of t'ta United Troopa waa f proportion, eofivoraat t i-i-ur rrmci p. favoring the go l aad tel rauia. um tesount of -ihe pili ic.l character of r laea aad clurrhca, deatrojed lie cropa. aovri? $hII we not rather look lo anil tut tht inh.bitaiiia of both aexes u tint itilr,t?i laer ts of the tcaur, and h twtrd. Three, or arcordinst towtler ak eeiy 6ttccaioa toa't'ntUien and accounta, fiio brothcra of the P.tr'urch rrpet4i liheral prmciplea and noble; n,e been aUin, bit mother waa cut ia aentiruni-! If it were potaible for re '''''' and hit eiater l.orriblr mutilated, j.ublii a'i ti ci ate to b the eharopiona of Tbe Patriarch hirorelf bad Aid lo Mocul. hum m fne o.ti, and if federal is ta became and Ukrp refuge ia the British vice con i a ot,y tuppnrtera. I would reaee lo be tfl-tt. T't number of perroui who a repuMtran; I oulJ terome a frderaiitt. ' h.ve perished hae not been sareiUit.ed. The prererv.tion f tha pulleeoi fMencei via only be secure.', nr mrit'd, by a laiihiui adherence to ihe princir.lea I r wt hirka it hae been acqnite.!." At tl.ei e...e l hit pech. the expectation of vrSirh bad filled the gallerieHo nvtt&vw- lug, etpiciaily with lais.'hr broke forth 1 mw the (o i,.n.j h..t ..t rt.i a m . - vwve iivivu aw v I mr ana manly etoqnenee: But, sir. it i not fr Greece alore that I dcire to tee this meature adon ed. 1 1 ll give her but little support, and ihati 1 - pnrly of a mral kind. It is Drincipallr 1 for Ame.'cs, fr the credit and character' t( our eq-pmia erun'rf, tor cor oa D im sullied nmne, that I hope 10 see ih a' ps. What aopear.nee. Mr. Chairman. 11 the page ..f hittorv won'd a record ! file this exhibit! "In the month of J iouary, in the year of onr Lord nJ 8a- viojjr 1821, while all European Chrita d b beheH, with cold and unfeeling in ilifference, the unexampled wrongs and inexprrseibleaiuery of Chrinian Greece,! a nropot lion was made in the Conere.s of the United Stares, aldiott the eole, the I the greatest dfpository of homan .r . f ' hope snd human freeJ.m, the rrrr'STiia lives of a iajl.nl nation, ctnuimng a mil lin ofreemen ready to fly toarroa, while the peoj)! of ih t nation were sp intane ous!y expres'ifg its deep-toned fi-tling. atid Iht whole continent, by one siinol-fa-ieaai emotion, was fisirg. and solemnly tiiJ anxi-iosly tupplicatirgand invoking l-ikh lie ifrtri 10 rpi-e aid suec .it Greeee. and t t imigorste her srms, in jer ! us Ci,uee; whieteaip!eanJienati house" wire alike remopdjng mth one burst of gneroqi nd il0y eynp-tlit; In line )par of iior Lord aid Sivioue. :htt S.vjourof Greece and of vf,- proposi tion as offered in fie Amerie.n Coo iess tra erl eenger la Greece, to i q;ire intq ter st e and conditiqq, wjih ji.d Cxpref ji of our god wisher ad n-i' svmp-thies and it was rejected; G'lhome, if you' ean; gi home, if you; ! tre, 1 1 yuir coni-tiitinl( nl til them tlut you voted it down: -njetft, if you fan. fie appetlipj vuaiiteu.occa u th-fi lo ;eut yea. l.cie. vol l. II ..m liftt i l.lal.k frOMt II. 1tlI.iM.IIM ..I t..i.f rtltiinl btjrtitiK4!l.r,lHilc s,tk win a, y irl.,s h.trtrr, e w wai mw- t W p y M4 flh beato. iaJ & ant UcUa fee, ttwt )c froa J oaf fa'pvae kai tba rffVt eJ aetaiura. aad c t, atd ttrettM gleaaved kt r yaa, and aara jra! aad tsat yo avppreetrd U tit OoU treljega i n'aptrd by rl Jpb, by Lbeitr. Ir aatMnal ii.4ercblc0ta.aa4 bt baaaa ty. I tai be tef wrull ia t e- a it itauai tca am f tit belief f a ajfiy I iLucoaatrea BtU frt y lf. ifcocrh tnry fiiacd f the raa de. " d 1 U kft ta turd alnaa M tit ta lea ib foa BJattarbaaeta. twill ftt tatbia jrtblatioa tic poer acrtioa at b? Wjalfied irpfebaiioB, Ilrra apoka tha b;H oil.d patriot, tie apAi la of L'bery, tbt friead of aa; aad bit cbeenrg' tetra rang a!og tbe baret of 8laata, U-roojb tbt p el TbereopjUr, eer tbt pUtca H Mara iJ pb, aad raret berated foa iba wa'Ia of tit roicd Partbeacn; iatpirtd a aiHira (boecnt with bore. aad t red aaHIton araa wub fie.h eerrgy. Tie nat of (Ut and TVrarrta wera proatmnetd with pstrfit! arrea bt iba Itpt of weep ig beae'y, and by iba torgar a of the orarc aa thtir banda atrark for frei da And ry are ttill befJ ia Itvily rero'Ue tea ly ite freed inlabiUntt of ibat rradle of ItUny, liuratvre, k ierce, tnd tbt ant. Ta b eaatlnaeo. , Mat$aert tth Xtttcrian ChrUtlant ly The Nreloiiaa Cbntiana, aba forer a toriea bat mait taint d their iodepeadeoea aaoog the mountain f.uneoee i f the Ea, dwelling ia Batir e aiaplciy, bate f.Ilea vicuaa to tbe ferocity of tba Tuike, and tbe mirlinationa, it ia taeened, of other accariaa ir.floecree, and been birbarooa ly roiiiaered. A rorreepoadert if tie London Jtwriing Chronicle (wriurg from l-onauntinople eoder ua'e n Aogual 17 ay they bare been aarrifieed to the re ligiooa qotrreta of American InJepen iieuU, Lnglith ru'tjitee. and r tench uoman Uatbulica. Thefirit aeatera trarillcr who torrred ed ia penet ating into the f.itneiica i f inert proplt wat Dr. Grant, ta A men can rpiiiionary. Ilia oljecl ia tiiiing them waa ileeeublijhn.ei.tuf arhoolaaod other neana of inatrurpon. The Amrri caoa tdabliahed theufclrea firt in the i fullj directed te the improvement of lie J'bbitan a, without any ulurior political deeign. But tne j.aioujy ei tne otucr two ii-flurneea, tr ained at one wat by French piliiici.a, tod the other by tht untun iota autnonlr, waa excited, and 'aer endtarored to hart the Americana mitlitvrd. They penetrated into thecen ra of tha liyaree uietnct, burnt tba vl. The poj.ula'ion waa about one hundred ibu - nd. Aer.her age, ex nor condi 1 on et w"h meter. All acta lacrih: bj he lavage Turks. From Ihe Baltimore Ame-ican. COLONI tt. DEPEM)NCF. avo NATION lDF.p.DttE. The policy of England towards this country, bia we were in the Colonial ra t, was to render the Americans i!c- P'ndent on tbeio for manufactured arti e'ei Their colonies, then is now, were Tl"Wa Q ti"a Bnih chiefly aa marktt '", he prodaua cf their mechanical and manufacturing industry; and undr such arraniement British wealth was annu creased by iha large r fits of trade. All1 ikait mtr . tmr at wr A initmAnlf l L m I. . anu mivm vtMlMlb' 4'jgtlJ IJ u Ifjr ilir empl ijment thus soord'd lo their sh-p ping. At a prool of the jenlous spmt with wiurh LrgUnd watched t.er Ameri can iroiomes ti enrek nr attempt at anufcturea on thjs side of the water, 1 lht following be adduced. It is an ex lr'ct fr ireiiise on the trail and navi- "l,on ,,r"'1 """'n. by Joriua Uee ...kH.lw .1 f'l . I.. .1.- publih'(l in Glasgow, nndet thesanrtion ufthenriiih Govrnmeiit. in 1755. when these S;aies were Critnh Colonirs: Our Colo'des are much in ihe same state Inl nd was ia when they began the woollen mariu factory, and aa their num bers increase, i!I(all upon manufacture! dr clothing ihetneeltea, if due rare be no1 taken to find employment for them, in raising such productions ss may eiuble them tofurnuh themselves with all their accessaries from ue. I should, ih'rufore, lliiiik it worthy ihe fare pf the Govern ment, 10 endeavor by all poisihe means to eoeooraf fhem in the raising of silk, hemp. fLx, iron, pot atli, tc which in my apprehension ffould lay a foundation for establishing the mast profitable t'aJe of any we have. ' ' ff iv, as people have been filled with fear, that the Colonies, if encouraged to rai-e rouh naerils, would set up for lliem.elves a tittle regulation would re move all V-w eloutiei put tf the way. t i It a nimV i'fft.1 ifct f itirr aeuij u ra ic it a ; ard a ibey wi I brc tL praii:f g n.gb a tetiua ta uee.Micr. atjui wt lat tbt rsarvtattur r g of tiro. If raroaf traeet ia g.rea for rataieg tea, Ctt. le.. d"!t'e-a iLey win a iegia U atBU.c-trr. iTeot rrtietUt; iler.f.re. efp ibeprogieia of any torb tajsufr tote, it ia gropoafd that bo wratrr tMrt UU bi ta tit Utety aaaatrpaav tooeaa, wiibcitt fitai ref iiiii g at aw Cet Irpt turtbat porpeae coder ti e Got error of rarli rrrier, b'8 tame aad pVe of o c. tMit it any paiueular tatabi Ubta la!l be inrlired to bate any liaea or a review. t,t. aaiftot tbetr ewa rpta aia. they abild art be abrtJr ed of tie aaa.e i-brity that tbey bow ceake Bit of. tij; torarryiitoa wearer, f who fba! be fieei aed by li t Coterorr.) aad I art it w rref m up ! r me Bit et tbe uaiy. bat i to m aoid to aay peraea ia a pritaie.eror langaagt to tkarribe. rurtntiaiin: Banner, nor exposed at aar rnatkei cr.oaroaaai.cipf ba iaforaed tltaedieaet (a r, on foi'ei ore of a rertain tbin. 1 Bat all net roea abaH be iwobtbited r ... .. alary manufacture of iroa, fi.rlhr tlaa ra .kieg it ib'o p-gor bar irop. that ti e be alo pri liib.ied from nanvfrtur'Bg of ri, OMkitiea or leather rf anr kitwi. Tliia Iin.iL.tina will rnl ahrufs tl.a r.l.n. J Irra of I By privilege ihey bow erjj: oa thrrontrxry.it will turn their industry to promoting aid i.itieg ihost roigh aa terts!..' If il e Corrrr.or officii Province waa obliged to tantmit an account of il etna be r of vatur eaiiha, o aster w raters, waiter combers, puaber oflootxe mJ number of journeymen emtlortd iaeacb nilmraetory, te., to the lyud of Tiade and Plantations, ihey would ala aye have opportunity of ereit g tlit inrrra-e or di minution of tht nanufaetaret of the Co'o Biee, w hich may be encoungsd or de preased, according to their wants, or the darrer of tbeit too much iuteiferirg with TTktB onr political independence was aebieveiL. tha aeceatity of IhroaiagalTihe commercial bondage ia which we bad been artfully fettered was received at once, an I tbt duty of tht Government to protect nor boat industry was recognized i as ma of tht movtiii.poiUnicf alloblra- lions. , The first gene ml act of the first pongrtpe began lhu: Whereaa it it aeci-esary for tht support of GoveromrBt. for the di-ckarge of tbe t!eb s of the Uni ted Sines, and for tl e enenurageajeBt and firutecti d of roanufacturea. that danea bt aid oa goods weree and merchandize iacoitcd, Ce il en.cied, &r." This sutject wt moved at the tail est oppor tunity by Mr. Msdiaon. and ihe act a as signed bj Prefident Wathington, die Fouith of July. 1783. ' It ia reaarksMe that at thia Csy, ifTurtt are made 10. our oan country 10 oer tlruw the whole at item uT protection to American incufUr, the lounqaion 0 .IV. r uv'iwut uiiiii.ii wiiiti, are but .eekiag to promote their rational wnira we liare qu- ted. bnelish wrttere interests by urging the aame thiog under 1 irrra wratrrg eur.er tinea or wouliea, or J it a a'a't 4 Hypnopatby, or ryapaii eie epinaiag orca' irgf f wm l.or wofkirglaleep.) ia a ouaiber of tbe aed etee. tha cspiivating name of Free Trade, but I '"w . ,t,u,,a " "'.' rnoose. anu snake, as 11 we.e, eiery bough Hat a portion uf our owo citizen, ahouldi1'" m , er -,om,cn Tbt creature haajol it, that il pomlle soaa fruit at lent be deceived br iheir leasoninrs is a little strange, to ey the least. The blessings al Colonial dependence are not to deaira- bie aa lo make ua anxious 10 return loi such a condition f vaosalnge. in our resources, wherewith Nature has Huie favored us rirhly, the most substantial and abundant material for the foundation of our national edifice, and in die indus try, enterprise and genius of our people, the best of guaiautees for our own pros perity. It is no presumptuous self con tide nca that tell us to rely upon our sehes and to draw the elementa of a true natioi al independence from ailuu our- selves. The following cor.clttrions, a hich we find snmn ed up in an en lunge paprr. ate btlieved to be lairly deri'cd front ob setvation, ixerience and reaton: 1. That no ni'n hav ever become prosperous, powerful, rich, orrealiy inde pend m, t ut by the protection of its own man ufacturea and productions. 2. That such has been the policy pf England, of ell the gre atates of the world, and audi the eiablihd practice of the Colberts, the Sully s, VYalsinghsms, ihe P in. the Hamilton, the J fJVraons. and all the other great tatemcn. 3 H at stch has been the Diiiev of lh llnilril l.lf. Irnm Ihpir nnrin ... ... . . . j aer. lii tamiiy. conistipg ol hlleeti per- nation 10 1833. tone, escaped inalani deaih. aa if by ai 4. Ihatthenia..t.f ctores of the country. rfce. Mr. W. saj s. Jly tsnemenl wss have bf en ervated and ieclo,ed by ihejri.ld'ed Ihronghout, and the window taiiff, and lhat thy a-e now abundant .!,. in tr-n ihnu.ai..! n.... .!.;. sources of na'ional wealth. 5. That in the progreue of our mano - - . f. . v,. .. cotton planter i.f the aou'h, and all the ag-1 nii.n Ih. rnifi arA.ar nl II a ,I.a V. k .1 e 1 1 ne fined br the open.ng uf , domestic mar fi. Thai the eh. aw. oref.ered I rirniiuri iiirrrii. nut nern or.iiv ha. . , I . .. I . - O - , ihee.tiiblishnieniof m4nuf.ctures,asiend irg to corrupt and demoralize society, we entirely erioneout. as demonstrated ia. the contU'ion of tht manuf.ciunng po- puiruon 111 ints country. 7. I h;it a relaxed tunff lead, to exces site in p .rt.lion, which drain the country of specie, ai d derante all businest and monetary operations. 8. I hit the Protect re policy is a poli cy of elf defence, and nenssary to na tional independence, is evinced in the fprma ion of hc Prus.ian Lesgne. 9. That the old err, that a Protective Tariff is a taxation of the consumer for the bD'fit ol the manufacturer, ia a fal ser, as evinced in the rapid growth and comtant cheapening of manufactures in this country since ibr jr establishment. As for the operation pf (he Tar.ff d-' afiJ ty lit !. WUt C. ri'e U iraModeed,jari htwt hi power o glil t b liff 'y agkinei a lhoa.ted tbcfie. It irqtiuee, ba water, that letleg elaerarry abrclj atuad iuiatttt aea a of Ubr aad raptl sot ga ircely wnbf 81 aerb a feclirg. To tat uia tha polity aad ta gia it Ubliy tie pjU are ri:cd p- a m atac.4 t f tbeir rgLa aa4 ttrMa at tie U-i. KJ ae eitit r a oca caa tbe eaa bt auatte J. frw tk ?few Trk S. " Mots TViprti. -Tbe Krr. ! Koy Siitdetf.ad delitered a let tart ia ItU lal wetk. I ia vl j-rt beirg teeiftaia tbe tret cb loaepbr ( and. aad (lore I.wa eorteenied ia tbe f rulmtioa oliLe weau autea. raUd Saeaaaba'Ua, Sceoad Sigbt, Trar c( Diatamg, Faeiaatioa. w iicbrrait, It-ata tr. e. Tba Lowill Wathiaf totue tart lLat ikt exj f r-raeeu wert eaorr iatereaurr thaa ia ia tbt pow. ftf-at be would isdaeo a aUteofeataleper, or aoar aabaliaa. f Mr. Suncrrlaed rat a I . . . . while be wa naturally Jelittrirgl.it Ue tare. And, ae nsrvellava at it aay stem, and ia diiect oj position lo ti e as tua-piione of the Neurologists, and ibe be lievera ia Meiaer'e tleory, oa eonclud ipg bia lecuie, fotr persiBe wert foad to be ia a st.te of profound alerp. Cacb of whoa were otter atrargera lo the lee lartr; and it waa abundaaily testified by their friend, that Mr. Sunderland bad ni ter area or epoka to either of thrm before ihey wert fM.nd ia that aystrrioue sleep. And what waa a ill mote u maikalle, net iher of ihe aubjects would speak a word, or teen to I er any thing, from any ulh r persoa but the Itrttircr. One l.dy was put ibto atranee oj tne itetarer, ana en gmac her some directions ss to where she should go, she gradua ly raited bir band, with a moat heavenly a mile, and commenced a moat intriemrg ceeripii a cl what aha aaw. Sueacdrrmd heentril 01 a deceased . ... ' Droihtr, andbrukt out ia ratiareof nrait t to the Saviour. And thoof a the nwer atnga w bile ia tbt at taal aute. i!it now stng io a mot t heavenly attain. 10 much so instmany were a Bee ted to tears. Aud hilt all thia waa going oa up ia tht platfora, one of tha other iabiee who bad gone to alerp ia ihe ex trims part of ihe bail, wst obterved to be detenbing soat of tlit tame thing which the other saw. A number of rqualfy oarveliuus experiments wert ra.de. Ilorrille. Tbt folio ing distressing statement is made ia a communieitu n to ihe editor of ti e N. II. BapUal Register, under date of Casilebm. Vermont: Tbe ftillo Wing circumunre a as related to me there w ich should be a caution to tiery one. A l.dy, about fits yeare ago, abilt out picking berne, being very thinly,' drank tiirni water from a spring or little brock: for seveia! days alter it 1 tie (ell vrnttl ing in her throat, but think . . ,n 11 cn0 P-J' aittalwa 1 , '"ni, Ut wards.I know aoljpiuae at any nrat of Scripture yoo now ''- 'g o tlitend herjmay drop dowa to you. Should thia "um,rB ,WX pcrcipuuty, ana us mort - "B "".' ","'"(- room. I recicrsd my inform. lion from W t,..,rnB nau seta ner. She cannot eat any thing wlu.h the creature dure net (ike, without bting (utinto the greateat agony. Somet.iiies 11 a ill rave so at t m.ke her spit blood. I.-sl ) ear sht went to ihe medical faculty for the purpose of being rpentd, and hate itukeo out. Af ter dieting a while ae a precaution for surh au operation, the faculty a ere un willirg toatieropt it, at tiny thought there wta not mora than on chtnee out cf a Hundred Hut she would survive. So af- i r some we ks she relumed home in the eame situation she left it. Poor woman! j I recollect of hearing of a similar inManre j in Maine. Tha penon was a young la-, 17, it was luckily uisrotered beloie it; an auaiueo a large t'ZH. imeiira were adminialertd, and she ihiew op a snake two or three feet long. " Inhuman and Cotcardly Outrage. A g"g ol moderate drinkers rtcrnty maue an attempt to blow op ihe houie ol Mr. J. B. Wood, of Jitmeaworih, N. II , by the explosion of a large keg ol powder ai the s il ol the door. The ex plosion was within sia feet of his cham- r- - n- i . . i .1. ti .i. . 1110 wi.ii. uoors, a'iu oeu. snd every Hook and enrnrr iipacni.il f.inl.i'..l rpeeiacte. ' ,e rau, Nioil for Itiia 11O nf m n " " Wi WI.WKIIV.I 111 ti i ....... i 1 ' 8UI P''t 'o ne 'lie ilecided course Mr. Wood ... take, in ende-vonrg J, ln!0xicalS from the vil j h it,fac, which detsrvee to he noted. H al ihe first protective duy ever imposed by our Government ass in favor of rsw cotton, for the especial benefit of South Csrolma. That duty is three rents per lb., or. on an average, forty per ceiit.. and it operatea In ihe prohibition pf the foreign production from our porta. Re peal pi, ad the cotton of South America, and perhapa of India, would compete with ihe borne production in our own markets. Lynchburg Virginian. India ( otton. The Mling ofl (says the New York Ixpres) in the supply ol India coipm impoiM in'o England Will be very ciinsiderahle, In 1843 Ihe quan tity reached .153.000 hale; this tear it is a t tojlfd bt the qunniy wi l not be I ?C0 f f 0 Ult . TI U to " tofttidtr.tlv lrt.hi.aet U ri.itir tbe tvrk f rota ia t!.t p, s i! e srjly eust t asleep itsa tie gieeta at tie V nit a tuscs. Vcaa Tr'Jt Arta NUa' N.fo Register l 23d tatt. roatiea i a utle roaptlcr at leritb, acd i'aub.la w itb ae coracy, tl e f.ltaing kar, aaeag aarjr other tarPTtaal farts: Froa StpU I, 16IS. ta 3!m A jest. 1813, the tacreaee of eV-a abppcd to Great Unuia froa tie U. bttti, waa aver 53I.Cf 0 talea ever the amoual at pi thither the tear before. Tie iacrrae seal to iL aortb of Uuropt bat brra 37 SZ9. loereitt to other I'area bates. TotaIiccrease81lje9. Ilia tbe whig unff dimnhktJ tie fori eiga tfeatrd for Aatericaa Co toaf Hat the balaaee of trace ia favor of the grata growing rerioa o! tbe Nolh and Wevi, or the f reat iafas of specie at Cbsilra toa and IVtw Uiletpa. beta ii luouea ta tLt Stfath. A rorre tpondeut of tie Dt't-aore P trlut ea'Is afintira to be fact cf tie Lo eofoeoe ia that city trtbg to eiri e tie old JcktoB fio by fesUKimpg .) their rratrvat wi h htrk ry poles ai ail ileir public raeeiir gs. This aaaaery, coa aected with tht tavocatea of Jtelsoa s namt to aid their catse, ae praciieid with perultar grace br the t arty which I olds log cabma and .their tppurttaarret ia holy horror. fhUad. Citztlt. Sot Bad The editor of the Eail Ala bsaian, ia ro' Cirg tha ttvtrt raAr tl lered by a rertaia C.lhoun organ against Mr. Van Daren, all the wide prrftt ting io eoteitaia gtrai tesptct and tegard for him, ssy: "Tbts reainJs at of tome floggiogt we used lo get, during whieb theie.cker f would derlsrt ht w aa thi ashing aa ebtiie ly for ourowo good and tvrry time this lemsrk aceompanied a lid, the blow was sort 10 bt 133 per ctot Imd.r thaa com moo. 9 Good Iitaion for quitting the Rm Trade. K titera keeper ia Kraselaer coun'y, ri. Y., after being engaged ia lie business aeveral rears, abandoned the trade and waa obierted 10 feel dep re gret whenevri the tubicci wst alluded 10. A friend inquired ihe cause. a ill tell yoo," estd be: and opening bit arcoui tbi ok besa'd, " here are 4 1 names of aea who have all beea my customers, mon el thera for ysart 3? of these aea to ay ceriaia knowledge bow lie ia the drunkard's grate! tea of the tcmaiaing latin art bow living confirmed tola!" Cheep Potttgt. The pottage fna Englaod 10 ludia, by the oierland route. ia only one staling for a letter of half aa unre. In I el.nd tlit post tifkt eon- t eys a li t.er fr.m one tad of tht king lua to tlit other for t penny. , How to Head tht Scripturtt. would rt com mind you," eats one," I . woum r 1 com mind vvu. satt one- "ti mode appear somewhat liiflicult at firi. and no thooghl auggea t ibell immediately to tiie mind esp.bie of affording mt er for a abort t j.cul.tion, yet pencil re, tnd try another and another bough. If your aoul really hungers, the Spiiiii f tbe Ird will not send you away empty. You sh.II si length find in one, and perhaps a short vetse in Scripture, tuih abundance of delieiooa frail ih.t you will ldly teal yourself under its shade and abnle there aa under a lice l.dea with fiut." Colon In colors ihe ancient certain ly farsuppsssed ihs moderns. Sir Hum phrty IJ.ty ma Is an effort la sailt ze the ccltbrated Tyrhn purple of iba Ea t. but ihee efforts were aiibout rucrerr: he declared ih.t he could not discoer ol what 11 was rompnted. Tha Na Dies )eilnw, loo. Ihonsli less known, was much used, sod li e ait T making it ia en tirely gone. The Tynan purple is the co,f "i many bouses of Pomp-ii, a'ld they look a fresh at if just (.rated.. The Colors of Titian areas rivid and benuti. ful ss when Cr.l U'd on bv ihe treat ar ti-1, white ihos'e of Sir Joshua ( ynolds already look chalky and d-ad. And Sir Joshua himsslf confessed, after making tl tie study of his Ue, that he had richer been able lo discover how Ripba I and mo oincr greai ana is Dal benn ab'e to pre-erve tha br ghtntta aid beauty of 1 their puntinga. But if we marvel t these arnsts three centurietback, what shall e t ay of those paintings found in the tombs of Egypt, moie than two thousand year old. and yet kept fresh and bright, though buried for that lime beneath the ground. in the danp dark csves of the East? Tut portrait of the very w.fe of Solorno,, i! found thrr. jus, .. she wa. p.inted on the . - ee 01 her departure from he faiher'a hon.e 10 share tha tbrnne of Judea; and not only ia the color of her garments pre aerved, but the bloom is still on ber cheek and lip. and the lustre in her eye, even as it wss then. There sre paintings too as far back aa the time of Moses; a portrait, supposed 10 be of Ntco, the King who drove the Iiraelites into tht lied Sea; and 1 ren the colors of this are perfectly pre served. H'endell Philipft 4ddrctt. Courts of Honor. Tho King of Prus ia ha. directed rourt. of honor to be et-t-bli.hcd in all the grriton, which shall hate jmisdi-tion oer offences and die pu ea coming within the rules of honor and OMi.tly a e tiled by duels. These couitt are authorized to u flict pouuh menis according to the nature of the of fence, a case the pr if a will not tub fit ii;f miMii.ji, c,i , IM f s. 4 ta aulj.n n ,w4i,i wert ia f t. j ua ta da .rit ag " ea eatb elee. 44 ir tri tW tahuMMt f 9 t :.. rciRDATSUUt.- ' "Tie Ciitoa Milr ,fma;M 1 b I aa feritri adv.rc fc I4LISI U" Tbt daturbaaeet ta ir,!ei tad are becaa.eg wwire eeiie, iJZ' to tbe lose of sever tl Ltse. . for South Wales. . - u Oa the Sia ell. aetrlr irea wert redaced U uti. ai fcktb.tei.! larg. Uurrsry. : . ... . A letter from Aa.te.daaKsutea d.. pauper..- ... really frittatlul i Hj. Tbt Queea of Errand froot a d,!;.!,, ful trip la Cc!gi.a7k.d ret." d X rlsad koat. af k r aa tWtae t j f Tbt tie of the Queea .ad P, W, kl' aeroapanted by the King of ibe B,rt!: and his s i.Ur c a.o ...j 0tend Crafe., Cheat. Ui.i,. I,.R,i werp. reteabled aa evaiioa. The Quee, it ie eaid, traversed ia her j.jrrey fi, 1 buadred adit of r.U.av i. At rack to. a ibe tardy Burgea,,,,', ia readiccsa to rect,e kis sjinii guUhed gurat. and iht iatrodarboa waa followed generally by a loeg speech froa dm ia. poitaut fuaeuoaaty m the NitLer!,m!. eoattiaea delivered w.tia a ere.t !i . em artaetacBl and beam tioa, but aleat a received with foartraira aad eadce U Ihe lady to w koa it waa addiasaeti. ti! royal party left Aoiwerp oa iht af eraooa ol Fiidsy.aad u acted the Tbaaet He ant aorairf at 11 lALck. : Tt- ded at Worn loch, aad iamadiately pio. eroded to Windsor by rsdaay. ' r O'ConatU rournurt ss active is irrr. " mrm aw laia oi bis speedy retire, aeal to Lie aounu'w boat tt Derry. nane, wire, bt herio at tilt arisen of ibe year, bo baa beta arte actaitoutd lo il a moiit of bia leaflet thia to tl a ....t: am:---.- " . m ! in vtaigics appear lo be ah aoibcd ia hie present tgitttlee, abicb leavea bia oo nmt for re or reiireaett. Al the weekly meeting oa tbt 28th all . at tht Cera Exchange. Mr. Conner gave notice that oa the Best day of taeeu iag be would ffitvt tbt folio a ipg rteolu tion: That entil oar rational r'ghu of self, legiatatioa ia tht povsestioa of our oa Parliament, and of a vslusii.oa aud a per petaity ol his farm to ibo ttnant, bt res tortd to vs. we rrpealere alall pay no rent, county eea, reat-t barge, tithe, poor rate, or any other cbtrgt out of lai d." Thia created great txeitemcat, and af ter a rery wain dtb.U, ttsoluPont strongly eondemairg Mr. Cooaer'e pro pnsition, as sediuous and criminal, weio unaniaooly passed, and thiols were held ooubst uuless Mr. Conner withdrew hie moti m, bia cipultion would lo'low. In tbe ci unty of Caihw, ia several caaea wbert teizuret hate been mada for rent, the peasantry have cungrealed in eonsidsrar.lt ,oire ai night, cut dowa Ibe crops ontler sexure, and earned iberts off the Itnile, leaving the landlords the stuhble. The Cailow Sentinel sy, tha system of opposition In tha pa) men! i fients is apreading wiih leaifwl npith 17, anu emitaanea irom I'ubun are every where exciting resistance lo lie pavraent of any rent at all. 1 he National Gazette of the Old init.. announces that a new coorpiracr baJ been diacovered io Warsaw, and that mote ihart 100 prisons had been arrested. I lie Lonth n Morning Chronicle hat etvrn insertion to aeveral documents front folders of Penr st lsnia Stocks. addies. to the gntrrnor 1 f that S'ate, aettirg lorlhj the drs i'u'ion which many 1 antes are now reduced to by iho ytcm of repudi anon. The price of Penntt lvsnis 5tnlt is now about one Ji nil less than lltatof II Ioois, and the itocka of the repui'Uting Sttiea aie now merely woiili from a , fourth to a thud of ihe original coat. . Contant:nnpte, Aug. X). Execution of a Chritlian at Conitan fiiwple. short distance from wl ere I am now writing lies the bsaillees trui ko( a man who hat j-a-1 been derapitt-d, for no other ciime ili.n that of protesting tho faith of nearly ihe w hole sf Europe. II was an Armenian by biiih, and after ar riving at ihe ige of manhood, in an tvj hour, under the influence f strong dnnk. as jt ia ssid. he renounced hit reli('0tt and bectma a Muuelinan. . Ha hd no sooner reccited poiissioa ol his niind tlun he saw tha madness of Ihe step he had tiken, and embracing the first opportunity, ho fled to Greece. How long he remained there I do not know; but, asHumirg the European eros, lo returned lo this city, win re he wss soon renognizeJ snd thrown iuto prison. Eve ry afforl was made by threat and promi se. 10 induce him 10 return l the faitft of the false prophtt, bul in vain. He wst on several difieteni ocra-ions. Inl outia chaine to different paits of the ri)' f"' execution, and with the sword of the ext. cutioner drawn oer his head, he we re quired to renounce iha Christian rel'g'oa and belieie in Mahommed; but he rrio lutely perited in declaring that he wat ready 10 die r.lher than deny CbnU He waa executed in his European drest, and after decapitation, the head, with ft Frank cap upon i7, ;was placed between the legs. If ia a public and moat outrattoii in tilt upon all Christian nation. ' Eery European here feels the ind'ijnitv, hui yst no one set ms lo know what is the proper reuic'iy.s ta I lo h .l.eVia f i a e art