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VOI„ XXV. (-Ol’XTY, T1IIKMDAY, OCIOUKR 18, 183,. _ No. 31. _ Fori ir mi. /-i K~ . jMraAW. SC M MhIFS (iUXe. ' thru* the tlitu ■wmI Ut»i*k. With a m-Min. 7 k* Faintly (lie wiml* are ughing— bummer** yuie' TW when the bru.wsl knn feel, th. Anti the pair moon her !*ev rrtrklub, U*ril» ni) fjutrfrp ilnali lli, I u werp alone. Hour after l»uur I a amler By men uneru— And aadly im aru«| though'! toodr Ou what >ui h been. Summer » gone • There, in our gr«-en bower a, U>( ago. Our path thiough the tangled floaert I hrrbilii,^ ilov; Oft Karol In hand entwining— t>ft tide by *> le redlining— ^ * *•• etched ir» ittcrtuiaoa tlnuiio I he Mlnnt glo>e; Dimly ilwt *1111 now humeth Fur rue now alotic Spriue alter tp< mg ratui-uelli. lh>u art par. Summer'» gone' Still on my worn cheek play ell* The rttUrn brrru; Still in it* frv'hi.ei* armth Between the tree*. Still the blue Mreamlet rotheth_ Still l!»* bmad riiar rndo-th— Still the ral.a tiler -e buduth I he lieort*« doctu; But ir/»<* »hall lirio,; our lueetrugt Hark again *• What thill reeal My grrrtii gv— hunil in lain 1 Summer'* i^one! uni c.itmo.w THE subscriber respectfully inform, the 1 public tiiulhe u now prepared to t,l*> a tew scholars tu board in his family. on th, most reasonable terms. TheoNer. nc *tncs ! and convenience of the establishment. th* moile ol iustruetion practised, t'.- i,««l 4,t« \ ami attention, the decent deportment of t'mw ui»d. r his rare, their earlv and punrtuai at uuchi.iee, general and rap. 1 unpro.met. runder the institution worthy ttie attention • l' those who w,*|, their childien correctly i„-| strutted in the branches of an Engludi fine ! tion : ax Orthography, Readin g,IS riling,Gram- j mar, ttiieioric, Composition, Arithmetic, wo I the mn-l unproved plan; Geo-ruphy, Map, Astronomy, the u*c of ti,e (,| b. ,,'||*.i.u ! ' B*ile%-l.c tires, Philosophy, AicuuiitantH.ip, Algebra, Mensuration; Geometry and Tri gonometry, with their application to Survey- . tog,'Navigation, Arrhitet ture , The scholar, are on duty, at an average,! from nine to ten hour* daily throng],out the j year; and experience proves that this pr ac-11 tice, with proper attention to exercise, basil the happiest ell,cl on them couxtiluUon,. I moral,, and information. ( llis public and private examinations during thirteen years sulli i«ntly testify ||,r ^van- i la^cx of his tn<jdc of instruction ; ai.d x. hi neither solicit* nor expect« putili,' indulgence, but depends entirely upon his own exertions. I nothing shall be wanting on h.s part, to give entire satisfaction to th.ru- who may entrust to him the all-important business of cduca- 1 ling their children. Ills benefactors and the public are invited to visit him a.s otlcu a, convenient, a- hi* . scholars are always prepared to submit to . iilher public or private examination. . , «. SMIELY. . SbepbenUtown, Oct. II, 1*3.*. •ffoHf rue Mmstitute, *V"r MiddUioton^ Frtdtritk fount,, Firgimin. ' Tilt next session will commence Novrrn* ! her 1st, and close March 31«t follow mg. , A few more young gentlemen can be arcom- . miwlatcd. Terms, >7.'» |*r session, payable ' in advance. A deduct**, of »|n per m made to those who furni*h their own books and stationary; and a further deduction cd , * ' per session to those who funush their own I w ashing. A small class of females under 12 years of ' ngc will be received, and placed under the ' immediate , arn of Mr,. I... who will .a. ,,ar. i ticular attention to their manner* and d ,n,c*- i tic habits; and the Member will daily at tend to their mental culture. 1 JOHN LODOR. ‘ HAVING attend.<1 an examination of (In- ! , pupils of the Mont* lie Institute, under the di rection of the He*. John l.iador, vie take Rre.it pleasure in stating that the plan of the pre- ; ceptor, as developed in the examination, |, seems admirably adapt. <1 to ehc.i* tin talent* MivrrnciiH n «ao direct their minds, and lay the foundation of a ♦ .lid *>„; substantial education. «> hate Im en griti.j bed to observe the proficiency of the p ipits, and cheerfully recommend the Institute u<' public notice and patronage. i». i«. kiruM.r, WM. It tMJi.il.i ll. fvt. II, l«39.—lf. I\tiiutbfc Ttt Httrri/, Ac. f ron 8AZJE TIIF. undersigned will offer, at public mic tion. no Hatuiday the 3d day of Novem ber next, that |< VALUABLE TAWERT In ShepherdsUw. n, well known as tlie proper- < ty of Dm late John krnralry, l.s-j ’I hi* pro- ■ peny emi>facr* iielwem Imr and lito ioD, | iumJ is situated ui an agreeable p»ri of the 1 t<*». Tho Vard eon tana nearly tui t«lt,|i " l*»eh can he put in order at a trilling ex- j |»ru» There |« a brick building connected with the yard, whicti contains a good *ln»p nnd le»m bouse. The yard is supplied by a H running stream which passes through (lie pre mises. •hi the premises, there is a r«»tnmodi«Hi* and ’ well-finished Dwell ing llouae, titgrtlier with a kitchen, a t'*"^ < linrk iwdahouw, and dairy . J 11 and a well of excellent arid I1 * er-fail mg water. f>n one of tie lots emits-11 giMiua to the da riling house, there arc a bam 1 and stable. |i Person* wishing further information, will1 < please call ou Mr. John »| Melmdrr. ,n *hep- 1 h«-rd*lown, or the subscriber In Suiilhfield_1 Terms made known on the dvy of *t|e. I N.tTII VNIf'.l. s< k-M.|\ i fVt. II. I<W. I • #>t •#pprenfirt UVnfffff, |l VliOUli IkiV, t*> learn the Cabinet ho«e 1 ness. ANDRI.U WOOD* 1 t'Uark'town, Oct- 11, J(J33 < I THE TREE PRESS. ' N • oaaasiunalU .,«rr . «.4,o,.a e^religi^ ft .e»4. af all 4rwo»uM^iK-n*4 a...I a# ug, P**-*"* U oht.gn.g • *o««>.7 •• Ks.aaa.~S, n-n.Ou.4th. fulh.*.K€U.if.a|4..*«| •h.lrhan.l U« biter ol It- dtKiMg.u4.ed Ku«t |||r|t "" rrltginw. Irwt. km h-c*. aome»ha« |*rkrnded, a..d It •• right that U. .houhl ba ai I- ard le»;—a4, for Uinta U • mk usr i-r.rri.it or r.u \$ hick*. W nttm to Hurh Jm/. r, ofOn.o, .,ot j,,,, r|.,J nl, aUa be ... .«.» a- d . ill. . M?;V. . •Wll Urnuualisl in |tlt ,1-^ ' t*r,,U!k * l>fT**rd •* *“• HU. .uiti » tr>, Ii4 ai»J dr .lit thi prr». Uling the folio*,,,* I. tt« r tu the JMi.dir. it Mill no doubt. U a *uti,t», taut to '..a iiunirr MM fnenl.ul titade. ► i^j. •ornc p*ru. ..bn. ul Lt« Ufa. uud iLo . k> „,M. •f»nee« of lii» lilii'n. and iiua| r, CHr ||| t’.g, statement. K. shall rtMrlS n.l.bi.e »« , to the mo*t nuiter.al fat to without atte„. to da line ate rhar.« Ur. or t.. «ul j, . ••uiory. This „ „o, thought tll ^ IL..U '^N !" *“1**?"*‘1' • f .--••• -I .It..' t minty. a ill tis« tn tlia memory „i t»„. •rut generation; and so Bs rbr.-t '7” nr \ uh’i.re I, held 1.1 . ttei.u. i ,u uU,.* lUUcnty command, the rr-j-et m.nk. d r,’ Sr *****u,d ur«*t.iiJ llirks will be t.unurrsf. lie was horn .mi l.oog N' i>, I, tiir , j* diyt f tlu Tt.. .: modih, a„d „ bnowled.-rd .i iiiemtKr - | the s* . t» of took p ace i. U„ | niiHith, 17-i* , ..i\t sU.t»t the age of Urnlj.., ». x. h,. 1 r.t •|'|*e .rrj n the mu i-ut. In the rvn.... of t.is h. *h iTitt, Lit light iii rr .M.d in bri'l.tnr-.. • 1 1 * with uiMlimtiiedMd lu»tre, until bis day's «. ,k :u i.-euWiiil.i,l-J for the greater pert of tin. m*n.d he »• »*,«■ i .rrmoM ran* a» a g...p. | r ttormg diligrntly and thi'viv, |* ,)» L(1 ep» and cam, le. to pr..i,i...c orate *, r-lit r m the ••arts.. Durin » half :» ce.,t ,r». •c travelled extensively thrui „l» tlie l nit I states, as » minister, •.nds.w.al t.rocs iUu l anada: and i.| the year 1-.*.. Uii.glh.n •irhtv years ,!d. »»«■ mile 4 v.sit t ,\. a Jer ■••y. iVt.a.yWjuiia, Maryland, ohm, u wl lndi~ ma. to ihe comfort and satis laid not Fiieuds in those part* .shortly afti r h.s return home, he no : « «th l.te heaviest domestic jilli.'.i.i, he bad ever \pvrlerued. Ills a,fe. with whom he l.ad lived in the treats «t harmot.v a .Ia1. rti.ii, • ■r titty-, ight year*, died «>„ the *. ,» ,,i.,nth lay ol the Third-month, I vjy, ait. r a t. w • vvs illness, and w n b.im J .hi tmu, te. Ml,. h»*s of his he'ov, <1 cum pa i.i >n,' frith the keenest sensibility : but he burn t with meekness, patience. a:,d becoming urt.tnde and resignation. II, dclivertd at »cr luneral, a le.-ling an,| impressive Ustiuso »y *° h***- worth—her t.t,|tv and svmpathv sithhini ui all his exercises. Ilesp.kr «.f heir harmonious concurrence,. in the guarded uni religious care of tl.« ir children, i„ kern hem in the simplicity «f their Christian pre cision, and concluded bv expressing his lull kss.irance that her spirit was now landed • y in that Mate where it w uuid be f„r> «> r ,appv. Ihe summer full.,win-, lie visited most sarts ol the northern and wesUrn hr inch, > -f the New \„rW 1 early Meeting, and return •d home late in the er,*ning autumn. In l!,», risit hr was favored tod.s. barge his r. lt v h.ty as a gospel minis*, r, t.. the salt-futi.,,, )f those he rtsitcd, and to the jh ace and corn ort of his own mind, as he lias since fr. uncut v expressed. On his return, he .pent several hys in the city of New \ ork visiting his! rw'mls, and attending tome meetings. About our w eks tie fore his last att»k, »..• was i ,. ten with a slight paralytic affection of his •ght hand and arm, being then ;.l Ivlip, t ight. en miles Irom home, on a visit to h.s r lends. On this occasion, he expressed his c, t'r. je»igi»alion a. hi the event. andnUerv ■« h.. Ijiightvr, w ho w it w ah hint, to be aflrt Ud, | te said, ** weep not for me." lie, however, so far recovered a« to attend i meeting at Belhpnrc the next day. rvol.re l iving been previously given, of he int. n»mn ' o be lucre, in whnh he w .is i,iiii h f.«v.tre.l it hit g.oja.1 labors. A short tnuc after. In ittcndcd Ihe (Quarterly aiul Mm.il.lj M.-< tu, n New loik. when h.s nnt.istry was el.-ar ind powerful, and his seivicr* among h s rieuux appeared rirn mute nceeptabie, if it sere pos-ihlc, than ..t n» former period. In }*r Monthly he ;.^k a r«*\»vH of kU abort in the city f.*r many yeais, and llu n •*prrs «d his Itrlirf that tnsii-ligloii, , fvj,, ivere brought nearly to a c h.-«*. \fter adv , ft it,- to tie gr< vt ifev lat e :i * I* ITt! ( ill n fta. M it. « .. _ . a . a- ... •ipir« would l< id ii* |« tilded •• I. ,f | ihonld lit*- two or three y*-ir« U>t< r*r, v h_t a ■imiforl it would in to I*,*- |i* «*, 4 ri'lm ■..* uwi in t)»e*e rt*per(*.’' (|« t!,* n .poke n suriiniemoratimi of the goodnr ««of in* It* 41* **• y 1 illi* r, and I'loirtl will* |'*» *■ n*i>oieri,>ili *’onU- “ \* errtatuly :>* .*1 e n. 1 - It* clorify iitm in all our wurit*, be * ill a* < er* .•inly glorify 01." Short* after h»« return l*o;r*e on the fair- 1 ernth of the Strij’td-niotilli, 4 little titer t« •* iVloeli m the morning, he w :** taken with wr*ly«i» of the r-^lit *ide, whirli *)*•(nted urn of the (Miner of apec> li, and of the iim •f that *kle. lie hid (.*( f».» tlied I lx |< tlrr *t* pir.tmn, when it appear* h* w»* .i*d !*■ «(y *krn, a* altore di * r.had, whih alone in h>* room, yet he »u«v ended in r* v"hn.g ||M* roe •rr-mied hr the family. ||. etinec 1. hi .i;n*. In»t he hml a «ri*»i that th* letter he hadjuM 5tii«he(l, and dropped ht the w ,«j, «houhi he laben rare of; after whir),. In- roa if.-ted hi* ! h-aire for all to *ii down and l»e *till; at<t>< ir-1 rig *en*ible tbil hn lay a work w .% d.ioi a. J | ea* only •le«ir'iii« of w aitm?; in r,|i,i r* Im*». the appointed time wh*n ti.e tr*al*of !*•* [>rotrationary «tiie ahotihj he twerrilnl h\ ■lemal jot; hi* eountroaue «p-aking (hi* •ftf'tje, “5te» letle*t thou thy *er»4Mt de mit in peaee.” lie «erim d, during hi* * if**,-. |Uf nt iline**. to he at tin** *, in the p,,*«r**,.m *f hi* meotal faettltir*; frequently I* iog ol*. urred to he, appar* r*t|y. in d«< p med tatmn, it whieh time* fk e.mn terra nee a**Mmed all l.af dignity and awretne-*. f.»r whieh he w *« o remaefcabie when «*;tm}» in meeting. ||« h r* wa* nothing in ha way; tei U »g aake-l, *n one nee 1*0,n. whether hi* mind fett rnt.re. f *»«», hn nodded hia i»«eot, atwl upm (!.» pie*tK«n Wing reeer*e«f, whether there wa* my thing in hi* wny, he *f*»> b h • find and adoequentfy, when the q letUoit • a* 441 ,u \ :rrrdtMl|f» whether |.» inm« 1 was.,, t.-. N ea.T.heartM uUUd thoMrwur.l.. “All*. ' \n ine .]rnt w hich occurred dwrinR l»i* i»b f *1 '* t!,r *"•*••*•<11 which lie L.ul I* f *r th« o,, n..,d * a„ * 0f the \fri. *„ r ice. her uh..i»i he l id U r., a real ,y* ami poweiful advora'e durii.;; the whole of lie, **7' uoed deeply nnpr. s ; 1 >T ;n h,» uuihI a* long a* he had a capacity ' h ’■*• d.,t * Sefor** hi, decease when all I. :. children, and nw„t of hi* Krat»d-chi:drn.. were as- mb;..! hi« room, |„. „ ,t;,,d th.... •flirt, ..nitrl, t.y W a* i»,g hi* ha* d to each «.| ,' ‘"m r 'rrlI: • "•• • ... •<« the .tat. ■ " -I rental* | t* n» i>.i, ,*, . it t!u,t evidently Li.-unm * ; a. * until He-ienth^Ja, t. e twenty-n », „t|, •ol t.u ,i*i«l-uio .th. ahi.i l.ej.a.s. i! sweet I, * a* like . . f,l . ,: as’.-.p, |J,. |« ft w.r.d I,, p. v o, in the <-o .s.-i.it.* f,.ri , uf «.f that U i„R t , who .• Icr ■ ,n in* ?„odnr%* ami mercy, i the appruaeh «>t death. We ue«« r *av» a more • \pr« ',i»c than hU rahib.ted II. i- tuorm.ig of his funeral, w hich took place _•* l"'M*rt,nl.i, the thin! of the It j, r.- w . , »tr>,.i«!, mail,-.I a ,H,,, coiupla , m hi, t. ‘iwre-s, otended wui, i!,ai •» l«r w ho || hi: ha l U-« ri so lo„- ,||N. ' ■ ‘ 1 **• •Mu - *red like.. who had la. . n into a sw.« t and tranquil stutnbor, m, •I stui s-J and happy llufnrwr.il w a* at " " 1 -by a lir. ci-.mn.iiis. m people, not. w fis! i.i.’in » the inc'wtuenr* uitho w rather; ' • Wa» ibottgh i • a . i o a .. d to eiw tilow u.g, uiwl a ’* ( *« ,.|i.. . t. si it.lotiics were borne b> * r •' u,'.'i-'ry ; aft. r which, his r. ,.,,c l.e t y c .a .nt.ed to Uwur mo ther i artii. ■ • l.J. I | l.|(. Arid#, if .V,,. 1 tr/j, lop I»r\a l|i (.n ;—Th* ti ry areop* iblo letter • t Hie VI 'I lilliruu wa* duly rt reived ami read H it h •••ten «t. tending t-* evritc rcru \s i d s\ m p ituel.e .,nd mutual fellow-feeling; mid bru t i- my mw'ipliraiKe the cheering salutation t Hie 1. , «e«t Jr%u«, our ho!v and p« i fn i pai'orn ami esuinplc, t«» In* iWiplet, tiv ol d ■ »d • liter, I ban; overcome the World ’ |t\ which hr assured his ilisiiplcs, I!-.if. by walking in the -am.* pathway of self, deriiat a. til the er ■ «, ninth lie tr".i tobies •i dm •*, they in•;;iit a - i overcome the worhl; but. ing bus ever enabled any rational be-1 hi*;, i i any age ot the world, to nvcrrunie Hie spu ii <>l the world, w hu h in th in vs irkrdness, Out liie ram of I hnat. so"ic may query, what is the cross of t .‘.list- 'fi, these I answer, it is the |««TiYrt ol i ;*>*! written on the tablet of the heart. li d III the heart of every rational creature, m sue h mile hide eharaetem that ail the power ol mm tab i annot erase or obliterate. Ni ither »• thn. any power rr means, given or tlia |K "s«.] to the ehoilrrnnf uieu, but this inw artl law and light, by which the true and saving knowledge of t.od.un lie obtained And b> llm. inw aid law and light u!l will breather jo-tde d or londemned, am! all !«• i»3de t Uno* t.od tor them-Hv. s, ;„„J I*. |cft H,thoui esnisc: agreeably to ti.e jr pbery of .lerr •iiiali. and ti.e corroborating testimony of Je sus hi his | «>t coit isi l and rotnmand to his ills, ipi. s, not to depart from Jerusalem until th» y s um; 1 rs*reivo |M>wer from on high; u--siring t' « HI that they sho.itd receive power wii«-ii tiny had roiin.1 to. pouring forth ol the s'pirit Upon them, w i.ieh woii'd qualil* ihuiii to 1*. „r w itm ss , f him hi Judea, J, , salemi, Saatarm. and the uttermost parts of the earth ; which was verified in a marvellous luaiini r on the day of Pentecost, when Uioii sand* were converted to Hits * hristran faith in one day. lit which it is evident, that no thig Imu tl inward Itgl.l ami taw, as it 4, inchd and id-eyed, ever did, or ever can lo.ike a true and real rhrMian nnd el.ihl of ilo-J. Ami until the endessor* of chradiat its tgiee to his a ah’ all lheir u.m-o*s,-nthils m r*l«;io,t, k ra Is to Hus otn hvt -cable fnitnda te,»i and »s n dard of tui'li, v, ,*r a lid f.ghtu . s, iontiisa.il and rnor will prevail, and the an gidn* *ou ; eat.not in* he.11.| m inir laud, that ol ‘*gK»ry lotaod in the iiigln «t, nml on earth tee and good will In men." Rot wlien all nations am made willing to male Hi s i ,,v rird •aw ami light the rule and standard n| all tbeir t aitii and v. i»rl,, tl.i n we shall be brought know and believe alike, that tin re is but one laird, one I •.lit. and but one baptism; one Hod and l ather, that is starve ail. ihr- urh all. and in all; amt then will all those gbrrimis and M n - ,li .; plnpl.ri ir«, record d iu the scrip!..ns of truth. Is fudiP-d. Isaiah, II, !•—"lb," the l.ord, ** •hall pi.lpr ninu. the nations, .||. | |. bok'V, in >•■> p. . |■' . ...| |l,. t • .ii oi ,i lhe»f rs.if.l mi . j |, ogl.sharr s, and their *|>ear« H * » plot mg |.«>. k i nation shall not ids lip sword • frn;»i n.ili n, ’>e Hirer hall Ha % b iru war au. m re." l-aid. \l.—■•The wolf a'so sh ill dwell with l? lamb, ami the rr.1 -lull ie d,wi. with the a .I m.| the 1 ' . : i . , ;*rt.« r , ad a lit' « hi id <d. .11 b .1 I*. ... — tnd the row and tin l< ,r shall bed. tlre.r yo u; u. s •!. .51 |.e down t pciLcr: and lb. I. m s a’l. .1 .*ra* like th, ns \nd the »iM kmg # hd.l s). ill li’as m» ll.1. ih. . .. .!!••• llw* HI 4.^*1 •! r t> • 4*1 I’ If I III* I«4f«l till (!,«• r**f“L* » airier* dm 11 * \ »l.ull lei hurt h<>r 4« »ir*»* in all my \ '>' j mtunlun l< r tl* earth." »;,a| hwir rrrlM* lirnt nim In, "•hall !•< full lb* tft' n ki.'.'i’ of t! »■ |,« r I, • iIn* w ,n t« r'»»tf the *4 a Them* arript-ir*- le-iimotiM* Ki re a If jr an4«'*tr*-et do* t<pl**M «*f the g,,* pr| aii I **>» r iIumi il tM-iiig i in U* a real rhri«*».«;i st»d lr « di« -p!e of » hr**« ii. nl »„ run«« « In lima all tl.rw Ihltit'* *«l rural M bli o'nn raprn ■•*< e, a* ear ft man of w-iura.i ha* »r>«*rn «f lr -• of all lli'oe il If * r. i.t |»ei-|«-»,«»(!** ii .4 j»a**n (.« in |!itir nature , a..l u.n per - ij'imiiiih amt hr ar r»l!r, ami arr the *<niree j a»»4 fountain from whence all* *»« a 4 rtrry e*|| work pi weed. mil « ill r Out if. * IT J* long a« man rein Sinn in hi* fir t r iturn, no t «• go • erne I by hi* ami.iil |ir p i.t»i e», * hteh roa> •titnte Hie natural man, nl.hti Paul tr-,1* M«( ** tr> ei*eth tod I*.* thing* «.| ih> pint of (but, fuf they are f ■ ilnl.m « ut.lo hirn, tif (.her ran he k.e.n them. h*ra i-* they are opiratiiaily er»e.| " 1 hr* mrfiiWah « tl.rdi ■ l.iVron •»f ie«it* to NVuihnnn, that "ear pt a rum i > h«t|Ti »g«i i lie r amort *» e Ihe fc: .■ lorn of find;** f**T "that nhleh >• term n( the fh lr *• f1' *k. ami thll nl.irh i* tiom of Itie *mrit !• *pirit." II. re Jr«.|< a««,rr« ti« lep>|id a.I dmitif, that ».r*tl,**« bid apirit raw either *»e «.e en*er into the kingdom of f.mI and It.* eonfirm- Pw>il> dvtnya, tMl "a* many w are lot by »}«e ‘pin! ..f li<n| are th-- • m of tin*!," and •• point l< «ra an), f'hn«i " And le.-H J«>..r» . IX by t.*« deelarati n ho 4i« erpl*«, M»tlf. Id. I 7 •• |f %r u *e me keep, toy r 'ttinia.* »n**i»:»; aul I \» iff prai the fa t.her and he ilnll give you another comforter, that he tuay abide forever, even the spirit oi (truth, whom the world cannot receivethat **• n,,'» and women iu their natural state, w ho have not given up to be led by tin* spirit of truth, ll> it leads and guidis in all truth; *• be ' -iiise they vc Inin uot, neither do tbcv know lum lor !«■ dwclleth w ith you, and shall he fn you." And as these give up to bn wholly led Old guided by him, the new birth U brought : forth m them, and they wit ness the truth of mother testimony of Paul’*, even that of being mated anew in Christ Jesus unto go.«l works," which t;od bad foreordained that all In. new l*«>m ebiidren should walk in them, and thereby *!,,,*■ K.rth, by their fruits and good w orks, that tin y wete truly the ciwUirwn v I <lo.l, bom of the spirit, and taught of him : i.reably to the testimony of th* prophet, >oat ‘Inc rhihirenof the l.o.si are all taugtitol • I.' I old. and in iighti "Misties* they air es t'l.’islic.l, and great is the peace of his chil ‘ “ r •" nothing ran make them afraid • liai man can do unto tlsem ; ns sailh the pro phet ni his appeal to Jehovah: “Thou wilt k'cphmi in p riect pare, whoso mind i, ' “n Hu e. because be trusts th III thee._ I lu re fore let every one that loves the truth, : r i.od is truth, “tru*t in the l.ord lorevcr, tor in the Lord Jehovah there is everidstm strength.” ( * " »tte tin se tilings to thee, not as though b.i' lch,! t in t know them, hut as a witness to i * 'l eth-uee, ns “ two are belter III iu one, jo-1 a thr. efnld eord is not ipiirkly hruken.” , " 1 ••.an lo a With just add ,u- I t thy etiruura^-rnirnt, »*• of good cheer, J"r no thing h.»» happened to u* ; fur u , ever been the lot of the righteous to pa-* through many trial, and tribulations, ui tin .r passage to that glorious, everlasting, peure-i Ini, and h ippy abode, where ail sorrow and I • ghtng eoiiiy In all end; the value of u hleb I' ull price, for when we have given all h: l we hue, and can give, and »ull. red ail t *at ve ran sutler, it i* Mdl infinitely below ii > re d value. And if we are favored to rain an ihentanre in tl.at blissful and peace i.il '* where- the w irked ream- from troub le i.. .v d t*.«- w< ary are ul rest,” we must as • • i e.1 it all to llie iirimerite«l mercy, and lov mg kimlm** ol our heavenly I'alheV, who re in nn* to I* tiiN] over all, blessed forever! I will now eon. lode, and m the fullness of Tot!., rly love to thee and Untie, in winch my lauiily unite, subscribe, thy atle. Inmate friend, ^ .. 1.1.1 AH lilt lv*. | To limit .Ii im.i:. I’lea,«• present my love to all ui. friends, as vv ay opens. • JiiHcrUiinrotrM. TUP. CROSS or THE MOUTH. t jpt.iu It v/.ii. Hall, in !••• sreond series of ‘ r t-aguicnu ot A oyages ami Travels’—a class of. works in which he is much more at home than in i giving Ids opinions and diswitatiotis on Amcri v.in institutions—describes, in a pleasant manner. ! | J® *Mr MVoniical neveltics which are seen in dou hhug Hie C«|ic of Hood Hop,-. Ilis description ul ihtf Crwi ol ilir S vita 11 It |MrticuUrly got*): *• llut of all the Autar« tie constellations, the Celebrated Southern < ». *> i* hy f«, the most rrmarkaldc, and must in evrrv a^r c«n» t.n ir to arrest the attention of all voyager*' and traveller, who arc fortunate enough to; sec it. I think it would strike the imagina-• tiun ( rf n ot a per von who had nerrr heard ul the Christian religion: hut of this it i* dilli cult to judge, seeing how inntricably our own ideal are mingled with association* link Ibis lit'n d *y nvbol w itii almost evrrv thought, word and deed of our lives. The i three gnat stars which form the fro**, one at the top, one at the left arm, and one which is called the chief star, called Alpha, at the foot, :,n. p|;lccd a* to suggest the idea of a eruriti*, even without the help of a small *t.»r, which complete* the horizontal Im am. I Avion on the meridian, it stands nearly up-! r •' t; ami ms It s« ts, we observe it lean over to rhe westward. I am lint sure, whether,) "!' ’’i Ibe w bide, tin. is not umre -Inking tlian it, gradually becoming more and more ere* t it rise, from the eu*f. In every position,) however, it is beautiful to look ai, and well e ilrulaUd, with a little prompting from the I nicy, I,, stir up our thoughts to solemn pur pose. | know not how utiieis are allcrted by such things; |»nt, for iii\*e)f, I can say w■ ti■ truth, that during the. many nights I have w alt hed the Soullir u Cross I remeiub* r no two mvavion* when the spectacle lute r> sled llie i V.telly ||, thi* * a me V. ,• i , lior any ot >e lip. on which | did n.»t discover the result to h. somewhat d.tl. rent, and always more impie* thau wh,t I had looked for. l!.i« >'oi.st« ll.ili.nl Iwiog at* lit 11,ii ly ih' ict. trot.i |l,, -sonc, | ,»|e. is seen in its w hole 1 ' • a i I'lm-ly, when •■!! th> < 'i'f I h i■ e >i,m i ied it ui every *! •;;.*. from its tiiil "pun it iik t position, Im-Ihcviii I a I ami ■ -—” M’'i if.Mii, in nr.4t m r«*v»t« I'll t*- Ill.lTMin, W till I lit toll ImiK llIl J,|;j ni.isi t.turlim^ if.* « il. r 'I In* p Hiti.an, In 1 '•* n iiiintN nu of Hi* if« iVt. r, win# i. * ml to lt.it* drn.ird it i... rrtnt an f, i»..r t , rpirif*.| wiili Inn ft. ,.| • p. ir«l». hisf.ort. I .Inly it., atupnl-«f mor t*.l llt.il i tor lnr<l. to m it r li llif'«<- rl. iri|(r. m ’ tin- u p rl of tii|« f... till*I roi|«1.'ti.i||.,ti. I*-,,) not In in notin' tit % rt t. .trurli bjr llirin** / iri• • *• (Kir l» ,N‘ifi4,.n|i,,_|i j« fro* tlr>t 1 " ••' *•* |M#*tn of tn»«l<'ri| ton.-* ,t|f in. ,1‘ 'I t" i'ltpir «l wr.lu.gt of lli* pro. | l»* tt f.«r ati'or ol tlinir nvp*t • itliliinn n».| • 4..t ift.l t!.i4|(t'4. I,. *i.trni'..I Hi rod'll mint * tl if ,, nt ip t tii.-.i from ♦•*« Ht rip 1'I . I. n • ir*. i i lo-r 1^ ifi i% to tim *tn«i»<. MUMm I tivt Mltlti Mi.ip.tf.t t— Hr* Wit rriiurliit tiynf wlitrh tt I bn mbihoii n ■ im*ut wf i.tt Im miil'il ** 1 Kir (.I N.ipilniii •* j wliirh bn* U-rit Mbiitnill) .olio inti. rl I*|«k—tint lb'll H»t a koiff, Ami «TW*J 4 1111 king* t» nil.r. Ami no* Him Ml a IMMIK li mi ||,»|'|, Ho a!.I .1, Irt a|.t. ( I. ikt* U»* loan -j# |li> <i<Mii| lUr<»». t, " 'o’ *•*' « •! »>•* rat Hi Milit I*.Mil. hubp|, Awtl itii im fit*11 «>ii 11tt • Hi.** ht !■•••»atlr.i i|m oi'-rmi.g *tar, *',t matt mr lit ml liaa fallen ai tal T).i« it .Ifi»|p» tti« r Ukm from li*a pmptmt I ut!i . mip uu tt,. fall vf H. iiM4.it. I ,b, li.r HapoUon of ftabjlaifl — ‘•II. «V, • mHn Urn |. opj* |„ witf. 1 rantitNMl ilnikf, 1* f*i»«r«.tr.l BU.| iiotm IniMlrrllt. »l«w att II...u lain n ft.M.. Hettm.iA! l orifrr, of H.. winn.i..* • how art tHni rut „ |„ tlm f|.„„„|. ahi.fi' nr ik. i ..atM**.', Tlwj if.4» me tl..,* , •♦••Il war row lj |.».k » p-’» n.d r..i tl.tr *111 J In Unn tl.r rMn that iwa.!.- tlm | . •rib It Vtroablr tl. .t .1 «t •f,.b* iiwgd. «t* _ I tlial ui«ir tlm Wot *| a* • wIVIrfMM^ T*1' ft IP• A" n* , H'iniVr *»ur kCYOLl rtOXARY K VENTS. »*«»»« MiriR. Mr. Jasper, a Sergeant in ihe Revo lutionary army, had a brother who had joined the British, and who likewise I held the rank of Sergeant in their gar Ir,,on •* Kkenezer. No man <ou!d be truer to the American c* i»e than Sor grant Jasper;yet he warmly loved i,„ tor? brother, and actually went to the Untiah garrison tj> see hiiu. His ln«> ther was exceedingly alar, .ed lest he should be seized and hung a*an Ameri can spy; l<>r his name was well known to many of the British ollkera. •» I)u not trouble yourself,” said Jasper; “I *,n no longer ar. American soldier.” “ Thank God for that, William,” ex claimed his brother, heartily shakit.-' him by the hand ; “and now only sav the word boy, and here is a comini* | siou fur you, with regimental* anil gold I to boot, to light for his majesty Kin** George. ” ° Jasper shook his head and observed, that though there was little encour- i ageuient to fight /or his country, he could not find it in his heart to light a train*t her. Avid there the convrrta tion ended. Alter staying two or three days witli hi. hi oilier, inspecting ami hearing all that lie could, lie took Ins' leave, returned to the American camp hv n circuitous route, and told Gcner al Lincoln all that he had seen. Soon alter lie made another trip to the Kn lisli ganison, taking with him his par ticular tueud, Sergeant Newton, who "a* a young man of great strength and courage. Hi* brother received him! with his usual curdiality, and he and Ins friend spent several days at the' British fort, without giving the least alarm. On t», C liinrniiKr i.f .i... day lii» brother observed that he had bad new* to tell him. “Ave! what is it?”asked William. ** "hy,” replied hi* brother, “here are ten or a do/.en American prisoners, brought in this morning as deserters tioni Savannah, whither they are to be! sent immediately ; and from w hat I can learn it will beapt to go bard with them,! — for it seems they have all taken the king's bounty.” “ Let us ace them,” said Jasper_ So Ins brother took him and his friend Newton to see them. It was indeed) a melancholy sight to see the poor fel lows handcuffed upon theground. Jtut when the eye rested upon a young wo man, a w iie of one of the prisoners, w ith her child, a sweet little bov of five _\ears, all pity lor tho mala prisoner* w a* forgotten. Her (tumble gai b show ed that she was poor ; but her deep Jis ! tress and sympathy with her unlortu-! nate husband,proved that she was rich, rich in conjugal love, more precious, than gold. She generally sat on the ground opposite to her husband, with her little boy leaning on her lap, and tier rnnl black hair spreading in long neglected tresses, on her neck and bo* som. Sometimes she would sit silent a* a statue of gr.ef. her eves fixed up 1 on the earth; then she would start with a convulsive throb, and ga/.e on I her husband'* face with looks ua pierc- I ing *ad^a* if she al eady saw him smuggling in tho halter, hcrsalfa wi 1 •low, ami her son an orphan. While die child, distressed by Ida mother** anguish, added to the pathos of the scene, by th* artless tears of childish suffering. Though Jasper and New-I too were undaunted in the field oi bat »!c. thrir feelings were subdued b\ heart stirring misery. A* they walk ed into tli* neighboring wood, the tear* stood in the r\ es ol both, Jas per fti-t broke silence. “Newton, ’ said he. ** inv da\* have beiMi hut lew; hut I believe their course i» nearly finished.*’ • • \V».„ ... f..:•» ^ “Why, | l«’o| tli.it I must rescue those poor prisoners, or die with them; otherwise the remembranc e of that poor woman and her children will haunt me to tlie grave.** *• I’l.af is exactly what I feel, ton,” replied Newton; “and lieie is mi heart and hand, to stand by you to the hist drop, thank find, a man cun die but once; and why should we fear to leave this life in the way of our duty?” I lie friends embraced each other, ■ ml entered into the necessary arrange.; nicnts lor lullilliiijf their iltspruie re •■uliition. Immediately after breakfast, the prisoners wereaent on their way toMa-' vannah, under the guard of a sergeant and corporal, with eight r.ien. 1 hev had not been g*»ne long, before Jasper ..panted by Ins friend Newton. • wok leave of bis brother, and set out on some prrfeirded errand to the up per country. I bey »,*d. however, scarcely got out of sight of Kbene/er. Ircfore they struck into the woods, and pushed hard after the prisoners and thru guaid, whom they tinselv dogged I for several nulea, anxiously watching 1 an opportunity to make a Wove. I ha hope, indeed, set lord extravagant ;-- , for what could lieu uoaimcd men do , •gainst tew e«|ttipped with loaded mu* ketaaod bayonet*? However, unable to give op their countryment our lie- j revs still travelled »o. Abort two mflei from Savannah, *her* it a #pnng. generally tailed th.j >p«, well known to traselirr*. w'to u» fen atop there torjoench their thirst._ •* Perhaps” asid Jasper, *• the busi.J •nay stop there.” Hastening nn tkrou^ «*>e woods, they gained the Spa, as ti,.? ,* hope. and there concealed them ^laes among the hushes that grew a round tho spring. Presently, lU* mournful procession came in a'ight of the .p.ing where the sergeant order, d • halt. Hope sprung afresh in tho bn M>.wt®* our heroes, though no doubt mixed with great alarm ; tor •• it w * • fearful odd#.” The corporal, wi:i, hi# guard ol four men, conducted tho prisoner* to the spring, while the an - ger*nt with their other four, liaxin • giounded their arms near the roa.£ bought up the rear. The pri.sone.-. wear ted with their long walk, went P*1nutted to (hcin^Ufi on tl. i earth. Poor Mrs. Jones, as usual, ton!; her seat opposite to her husband, and tier little boj, overcome with fatigue, tell asleep in her arms. Two of tho corporal’s men wer# ordered to ken* guaru, ami i.liter two to *»ive the prisoners dtink out of the canteens.—~ 1 liese last approached the spring, whne our heroes lay concealed, ami resting their muskets against a pin.* tree, dipped up water. Having drank themselves they turned away with re plenished canteens, togic* the pri soners also. »• Now Newton is our tune,.* said Jasper. Then, burstii. ■ like lions from their concealment, the s' snatchrd up the two muskets that uer’u resting against the pine, and in an in stant shot down the two soldiers that wcio upon guard. It was now a con test who should get the loaded muskets that tell from the hands of the alain . tur by this time, a couple of brave Kng lishmen, recovering from their moinen tary panic, had sprung anti sei/.eil up mi the muskets ; but before they could use them,the s\vdt-handed Americans, with clubbed guns, tevelled a blow at the heads of their brave antajoui^ti. — 1 he bones ol the >kull gave \\*v, and down «hey sunk, pale ami t|uiveiing. without a groan. Then, hastily sei/ mg the muskets vyhich had thus a se cond time (alien Irom the hands of th»* alain, they llew between their survi vitig enemies and their weapons grounded near (he road, and ordered them to surrender ; which they instant '.T l‘hcy then snapped the hand - culls oil the prisoners and armed them with muskets. At the commencement of the fight, poor Mrs. Jones had (alien tothcearlii in a swoon, and her little sou stood screaming piteously over her. But when she recovered and saw her hus band and his t(iends tired from their letters, she behaved like one frantic, w ith joy. For fear of being retakenby the Fng Itsh, our heroes aer/.ed the arms and the regimentals ot the dead, and with their liicnds and captive recrosictl this savannah, and sufrlv joined the Amer ican arinv at Pittsburgh, to the inex pressible astonishment and joy ol alt. b\kon s i KL nr.N hniift/ It it. — \\ hen the Barnn wa* at the headed thedivision at Yorktown, waiting lor the striking of the British llag, h« perceived hiiuself in danger Irom a shell thrown bv the eneinv, and suddenly threw himself into the trench. ti-Mi. Wayne in thr jeopardy and hur i v ol the moment. IHI upon him. The Baron turning his eyo saw it was his hi igadicr. I always knew vou were brave, I ieneral, s«ul he ; *• but I did not know vou were -*o perfect in everv respect d duty. 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