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The Ohio Democrat anti Advertiser, will be
pu4lished weekly, at $2,00 per annum, if paid
within six months, or. $2,50 at the end of the
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f: Every additional insertion, 25
Larger charged in proportion.
' A liberal discount made to those who ad
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Printing of every 'description executed
, with the utmost despatch. ' '
t - All Letters and. communications, must be
Away with grandeur, pomp and gold,
Away with childish ease,
Give me but !strength my plough to hotd,
And find means to please.
Tis sweet to toil ter those we love,
wifis and darling Wye,
Both tend to make my labor prove,
É ,e1 The sweetness of my joys.
4' The sweetest morsel I procure,
4 , When labor makes it sweet,
Is eaten with a taste more pure,
Than nteats that monarchs eat.
Tie mine, yes, tis my happy lot,
From cares and av'rice free,
fs,...,own but this secluded epot,
, 'Sweet friends and liberty.
Thu. I no monarch on his throne
Can grudge his destiny ;
Lei him weight of cares bemoan,
Whilst I am truly free.
'When labor wearies end growl' dull,
I take my !souks or pen, -
: Thus I the sweetest pleasures cull,
And th.us all sorrow end.
Now tell me, all rie gouty train,
Who have what fortune gives, ,
Is not the cheerful country swain,
The happiest man that
Tho following beautify)! limns are from the
now novel of Sydney Clifton:
TilE PA r.
The past, the past, tie insatiate past,'
Within her broad doniain
',::.-tb,plhed hopes and bleeding Ws he.cast,
Like wat's unburied stand ,
We Saw their plumes an triumph wave,
A bright and 'lilt array;
niorning mists are ending o'er
The hill; but where ate they?
The past, the past, the embalming past
Behold its march sublime,
Cohering the harvest prostrate cut
By the bold romans Time(
'Wit's diamoned shaft, and learning. tome,
Devotion's lore divine,
" Fame's glittering wreath and poesy's crown;
In added Immo shine.
The past, the paid, the joyous past,
How bright its visions seem,
When age and youth the hours.00ntrast,
Like some enchanted dream:
Love's lioney'd kin, and manhood's pride,
And pleasure'e Byron grain:
. The civic wreath, the sparkling cup,
Allelt are ours wars.
The past, the rest, the shadowy past,
?Jew dini the scone appears
When eyes that on us look'd their last,
?Winne aiter years.
The dazzlini cheat in mockery throws
Its light o sr hopeless gloom,
Like s Not taper's dickering ray
Above the silent tem!).
The past, the pant, the mighty past;
I tow bounilless'is its away;
Park! to its trumpet's summoning blast,
While listening worlds obey!
The conquering chief his helmet doll..
. The brandisted sceptre lilts;
And silence reigns where wassail shouts
Rang through the festal hall.
The past, the pant, tna storied past.
Hero genius sits enshrined;
, On this bright fano your olferings cast,
I'lle Mecca of the mind!
Beneath those arches' vaulted roof's
Immortal spirits throng;
Here Shakspear's radiant fancy beams.
Here Homer weaves his sone
The past, the past, the new fledged past,
Even now with raven wing
Its lengthened shadows, grown more vast,
Around my footsteps din...
Ity lingers vainly sweep trio lyre,
No answering tones arise;
Pale memory flees to happier breasts,
And hope to brighter shiest
From Souders' Monthly Miscellany.
' It 7188 tbe carnival in Venice, and
gaity was at its height, The doge was
giving his last ball, ot the close of the
merry season, and the beauty end nobil
ity of the,.,t,011and-thronged city" were
gather9rlyZe her princely halls. The
maskts crowd, thronging the eplendid
apartments, presented a singular sp.
pearanee tothe casual spectator. Look
beneath the. 'gorgeous curtain of yon
geldenstained windows.Seems not
yon tail and powerful looking Turk very
much as ifha were endeavoring to wean
from heavin the affections bf the sylph
like nun itt his aide Or mark yon ho
ly father,. whispering spiritual vomfort
tke ear Of the stately doormat ben
ding to.hie words., Arid that harlequin.
;hosed fottuaetellet ropht;c., tho
.t, ry um UV eta; 1111CIS Ill V ;01toUt ULM rintS2U Wil V.,.,uf .;'... ....,... I...cT.W15 1115 ;
diamond, and made a desperate lunge EDUCA'rION Of FARMERS. I realain yours, truly and alwa
i l' gait, was at its height, The doge wan top of the cabin that forms the interior;
I11 giving hie last ball, ot the close of the ef the Venetian boats. Mier fully corn
1 merry season, and the beauty and nobil- prehending that she was sa .
fe she be in hie guard. Whip! went the sword
'elite ceiling and the victor springing
t th b
, o e alcony, wee soon like the gay -st-'4 1 4. ' 'and, or hare yo ;,,, , ., , . ,., ,' ' -
The dictates or experience and of common G rola 7 h or b uns, a '' - A h hill 0 11 ow thl ,yf 11''', ' . , . - 'W., .-, . 0.
elenatrigYi 1 sCoarndtlilde mineimnte :eh --o4. 164:air.: 1:4 t 1, .fr
at his opponent, who caught the thrust LEGISI4TORL 3. t. keountry irit...0;14EILVVrr--IViller'r-gbd,oierilbc4111Hrud? . ' ..!,'.;
u se- en onr,... ''.41 the g- , , - , , t
anoevnuaen.utiogttve ocrounvinisec.
'- ',a a disease 1th whirl- ,
' I ' Those consumiiiirculdrA, tahing nati0e- vortogik ," 1 ,
ti .1 ity of the ,t,t,likland-thronged city" were gan to look about, and after another in
oatf n..t..1--- L-- - . t -, , I :. 3.. -mtm.t 1 anti 33 " 3 I
01 , ntaiharilitit':WO Isms. r3o;notesils k3,3113 rilk. a.,....1;,.. Irk kil ClebtheIr;r1tb- 111. 111110narl
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lestiny of the fulluyoluptuous figure
shoe hail() he holds4: Why he MtIbi
near-eighted, or perhaps cannot see
well through hut maekv toilook 1 he
trends lower. and lower, and now, his
mask ie pushed to one etde for a Indi
ment, as hie tip presses the enowy little
hand that ttetnbles within, his own.
Alia cell you that palmistry, signor
Apart from the motley crowd, in. the a perfectly regular mould, glowing- With
embrasure of one of the windows, stood such expreosion as Raphaet must
two maskers, both apparently female ;1 irtve dreamed of al infa4intog hie Ma
the taller was evidently on the shady 1 donna. Her cheek had thst delicete
aide of Imaweet sixteen,!' if one might blubh which the t etting sun giveb to a
judge fronue rather large and yellow snowy cloud; ori her sort and perfutned
wrinklettband, which ivattexposed with liptiove might have pillowed los brow,
an elegant 'carelessness tl3tit would. have and thought it his own birth-rosr, but
gone far to win the heart of an antique. the brightest charm of that glorious face
11. The perfectly erect back, and the was the eye, dark, soft, 2nd intensely
curbed-like position of the head, plainly bewi ching,for her soul beamed from it.
marked the duenna. 'The purest spirit might have gazed up
The other a shorter and slighter fig- on these orbs, as they melted into soft.
ure, wrapped in a plain domino, which netts 0 sparkled with joyoue light, and
served to conceal (as a dew drop con- vtorshipped them without sin. The heat
coals the blush of a rose) a full and on which one glance fell, became that
rounded bust, the general outline of a moment, heed; and with thst look would
moat exquibite form, and from beneath arise those dreams that make the bo
th robe peeped forth, 0 such a foot! Isom of all poetry, those hopes that glow
with softness that pagaion only knows
It odd have tread upon a violet,
Nor bruised the beauty of perfumed petals. --thee spells that could take
And what lips mubt those have been I -1The imprisoned soul,
And lap it in Elysium."
which gave birth to those met ow tones -IA 1-1-.
that murmured forth liehind the mask I venni(' ner
"Benedettal dost Thou know that gel- withered face, ti
terminate fault-fil
lant in the black boublet, leaning against
the dark ed to the prim,
the porphyry pillar, See how
whole body, pit
plume aide bat is blended with those
Benidetta,--I do
long jetty ringlets that dueler over his
ehouldcr. Is he not of a noble press ; "If I naw
once." toe duenns, "the,
colden color,"
"Holy mother! signoria," replied the
Benedetti', "my eyes would need ro be "Pnr ehemen
are red! and hie
as young, and even sharper than thine,
to perceive yen mask; nor do I see'41dutriege ef thn
aught in the plain looking dress that en, for they dr(
when the seignim
might mark a great nobility. Look to
yon proud Brunnelli, with all the dia. den hesitated an(
monde of his house glitterring on his , "Preeeed hut I
velvet trapping., looks he not bravely? Denedetta; "a be
to date ( kise le t
See, too,--. Blessed St, Catha
tavallo. Blessei
rine!" cried she, interrupting her OWII
attempted to do tl
eloquence, "one might as well be talk
she, drawing tit
ing to the ugly old statue of San Mar
co there it would give au much mien- mere Prindo end
at, if she were es
tion at least. Come, eignoria, it is time
we were departing; tho ball will goon "What ould
asked het lady.
break up.", They left the window; but
"Served him t
as the younger figure glided along, ere
vent. on the.nigh
she vaniehed entieely, she cast one look
at the' '1) I but it ,was unoccupied, the Peenen"Y
uilla, and I had
and with a lief sigh ehe followed the
ment to epoak to
The mask over, the palece of the doge -"
"Hush," inter'
deserted, and the lagoon thronged with
chotds of a guitar
window. Scarce
Italy showed as dark a sky as ever
Greenland boasted; Cynthia had taken ea' when, assist,
placed near the
this night to play Hecate, and probably
probability that
the stars were attending her, for not
Ton die baleen,
one of"the angel-lit lamp of Even,"
plumed tomiet d,
shed its trembling radience on the earth.
of the ledY.
The dark wavee of the Adriatic rollee
His figure seel
on, with a deep, gushing sound, theil
tricot. Long tre
course just shown by the fsin, pheepho
hong clustering
resent light of their foainscrowued tope,
and night wore a yail of intense dark- werrn end ."1 d
those of the maid
ness that was oppressive to the heart.
The Lagoon was dieturbed by the cease- "Rimed beneath
ippeared like
less dash of oars; and the cuttiug soutie
worehip the last
of the' previe, as they moved througt! ting sun.
the curling wave.
Ilerk that crash! a gondola hes been He attempted
she arose and tool
crushed by aliother. A shriek rano
the ner ottendant: but
through the still:moo of the night;
clouds, as if pierced b,y its sound, eud- 'eh"; 81"I whe9
deftly eerved ilium, and the moon look- murntured.'LedY
ked so hoplorin:
ad dimly down upon the deep dark was
she called an unu
ere. A gondola was swimming amid
confueed mess of wreck. Upon tn."' end then
daik eyes, end ft
aide stood a tall manly form; the elighi
most rapidly awa
plank quivered as he sprang from its
Why ehe did whe
side, and sunk into the dark flood: he
would do in such
ro8e again, and bearing something,
and sat down ggi
swam toe ards the bark; the faint light
Bu- scarcely hi
of heaven served to show as his birden,
a young and fair girl, was placed in the "Ladyl" who!), v
waiting-m.61de ar
gondola a pale, rigid, but exquisitively
ive, Benedetta
lovely face; when placed upon the custo
pushing aside di
ion insid e, the lamp showed the form
en old gentleman,
end features oftbe lady, a long and flow
ped snuff-box in I
ing dress, saturated with the water,
mond-thilted, um
displayed the symmetrical proportions of
the fernier, end the small snowy band, tight'
The maiden an
and the face ehadowed by long wild tres
feet; the old gent
Res of a dark hue, el though apparently
in a fencing attini
inseneate poseetised tbat beautiful lire
youth to draw; be
with which a otatute
sword, lett deman
, "Blessed St. Catharine," eputtered
ley, which advenc
somebody in the water, at the side of
ly answered by i
the boat, "will he not help met" and
1 youth drew his si
our old acquaintance Benedetta was as
the "two.". "Thr
stated on board, still firmly grasping th diemond, and mi
top of the cabin that forms the iuterior
at his opponent, e
of the Venetian boat& After fully com-1
in his guard.
prehending thet she was safe. she bes
to'.the ceiling, an
gan to look about, and after another in
vocation to St. Catharine, she turned to the balcony,
young knight oft!
towards the interior of the bank, saw the
lifeless form of her lady, and sprung to "Away,
receive her. -' II Conte Centel
She was quickly restored; and soon, a petsonage than
in her father's palazzo, dreamed of the roine wiih a real!
face of him who had saved her; for he helpe'd himself fit
had knelt Inlaid() her while-assisting the and then to his I
duenns, and, as the life current began floor heave him,
to tinge the lip of the maiden, he bleep- der hie arm wi
ed and did something, I would not tell "hump,"- be turr
what forthe 'world, but,- it restoqd the daughter. .
bloom of that pale cheelit toa miracle. I
About thr,co or four wochs cflor, ths :
wilinienceinolit of our orory, Ina win
low of an old castle eat a beauilful girl;
cluAoring tressea of the dye of a rich
ripe chesaii, parted ...simply over het
beautiful brow, fell in wavy logien curls
ever-her kih-uldor shadowing one of
itio,,e Noes which we seldom see out ol
sunny Italy; Tatheir Oval tri shape.: with
features cast in a heaut,ful, allhomigh,not
Behind her stood an old lady, whose
withered face, twisted into a most de.
terminate fault...finding look, when join
ed to the prim old maidish air of the
whole body, plainly introduced Mil.
Benidetta,i don't know who.
"If I saw correctly, signorilt," said
the duenna, "they were like mine, of a
colden color."
"For shame," cried the lady, "thine
are red! and his were as dark as the
plumage of the raven, and soft and silk.'
en, for they dropped upon my cheek
when the seignior--" and ðte mai.
den hesitated and blushed.
"Pressed his lipe to thine," finished
Benedetta; "a bold undertaking truely)
to dare 'o kise le t ignori a VirgimaCanw
tavallo. Blessed St- Catharine! had he
attempted to do the like with me,".added
she, drawing up her prim form, still
more prim,i, and pursing up her mouth
ats if she were eating a Cralb apple.
"What ould'at thou have done,"
asked hat lady.
"Served him as I did my lord's 'seri,
vent, on the Jiight of the eruption, when
the peasantry were running all to the
uilla, and I had gone down for a mo-,
meet to epeak to them when this Luigi
"Hush," interrupted the lady, as thr
chords of a guitar were situck under the
window. Scarcely was Out dung finish
ed, when, assisted by the trellis-wort.
placed near the hottest, a form, in all
probability that of the singer, sprang
.he balcony, and moon, with hi.
plumed b,tmet duffed, keel( at the fee;
of the ledY.
His figure seemed perfectly symme-.
tried. Long tress, "piaci( as night,"
hung clustering on his shoulder, rind
wartn and 'vele dirk eyes looked into
those attic maiden', and am her cheek
suffused beneath lite intense gaze, h,
ippeared like the Persian, kneeling tt
worship the laet rotsy blueh of the set
ting sun.
Ile attempted to take her hand, bu
ahe arose and looked about the room fot
ottendant: but the duenna had van
tolled; and when the handsome meieno,
murniured..Lady ! dear Lady!' and loft.
ked eti imploringly on her, arid whet
she called an Urilltallitt 6011 to her inn
brow, anti then looked down into Ins
datk eyes, end felt that frown fading
most rapidly awby, what could tine do?
Why ehe did what any senaible tnaider
would do in such a case, bile smiled
and sat down sitain.
Bu. scarcely hod he spin murmured,
"Lady!" who!), with hitch a "hem" as
waiting-maids and duannas alone can
give, Benedetta opened the door, and
pushing aside the hanging, uahered in
en old gentleman, with a diamond-topped
snuff-box in his left hand, and a dia
mond-hilted, unsheathed sword in hie
The maiden and lover started to their
feet. the old gentleman placed himself
in al'encing attitude, and recpiested
youth to draw; be laid his hand upon his
sword, lett demanded a moment's par
ley, which advence him adversary polite.
ly answered by shouting "ono.', The
youth drew bis sword in time to receive
the "two.". "Three,'.' shouted he of the
diamond, and made a desperate lunge
at his opponent, who caught the thrust
in his guard. Whip! went the sword
to:the ceiling, and the victor springing
to the balcony, was soon like the gay
young knight alba song,
"Away, away, away."
11 Conte Contavallo, for it wag no leas
a pet sonage than the father of our be.
roine, wiih a rather heightened contour,
helped himself first to a pinch of snufi;
and then to his sword, that lay on the
floor before him, and then placing it un
der bia arm with a most significant
"hump," be turned to-gaze upon hie
datuhter. :
' The lady stood with erect form, gal
zing with -curling lip and flashing Wyet
(01110) OCTOBER, 24, 1839
ru the duennit for thó soul of woman
was roused at the betrayal; and the
'4eautiful Italian', with ell the pride et
noblelline, otood in the proud halls
orlier father, the very itpersonatioo of
beautiful acorn.' ' 'OS.
The attendant cowere4rkteneath the
eye of the insulted Itgly;and obeyed her
haughtymotiorrkirshe waved toward
thé docii. Scarcely bad she departed,
when themaiden, the full idea coming
at once open t.her, that ehe, of the line
that had giviog monarchs to Italy, the
represebtative of the pure, unalloyed
blood dale- family of her clime,
was betrayed,' ineulted by a slave; giv..
ing watt 11asofrer feelings of a wo
man, sought a wothan refuge.teare.
The father waited patiently until she
had become calm, and then demanded
an explanation.
The lady then described to her father,
(who had already heard it from his val
et, who in turn had received it from the
duenna, who was not the beat authori.
ty imaginable for any thing;) the scene
upon the lagoon; the cruehing of the
gondola, sinking into the deep quiet wa
ters, the sensations she experienced as
they closed over be beard, the dreadful
agony, the whole pail) of death which
can be known short factual dissolution,
the call on heaven, and the feeling that
all woe overand then her language
became milder and less impassioned, as
she spoke of bur rescue from the wave,
of the goedolsi of the form bending, o
ver her, endeavoring to bring her back
to life and light, and of ber happy
dreams, when restored to conscious
ness, and. conveyed to her home; and
theh elle told of the music and the song,
and the signor springing on the balcony
"and then you know my dear father,"
added she, putting her hands upon his
shoulders, "and then you know, you
fought and were disartned, and--"
"Get outl" Interrupted her farther, and
departed muttering, "Diavoial the young
puppy! how dare he save my daughter?
and proffer love to her, and diearm met
which is gorst of all."
The road leading to the villa of Count
Contavallo,. paseed about a mile from
the dwelling, through a thick forest
much ideated by banditti. The hot bee.
ded old count bad summoned all his res
taitters, to endeavor to route them from
the fastueeses of the wood; tht y had not
proceeded vry deep into the forest
when a volley of three or four muskets
was beard, and The count's troop, wilb
the characteriotie bravery ot an Italian
"The old noble would have scoroed
o fly from a thousand banditti, and
therefore drew his sword and waited for
the approach of five men who advanced
oe ards him, they evidently expected an
easy victory, and were, thi'refore, nom.
whst ourprised whin the foremost re..
ceived a thrust front the delicate rapier
if the Count, which aid bon qu e ly on
!he grassdea ; the reniaining four im
medistely net upon the old man, who
Wended himself stoutly; hut in vain;
vas going hard with bun, when a voice
behind exclaimed "Corp di Beech 1
'our upon one! and he an old man'? cow.
'Hist" 'À pistol shot accompanied this,
4ent a second bandit to accompany hilt
rriend, and a young trim apiinging to
he count's side, cut down anothei; the
entaining Iwo fled and the 1111111
urned to ihtink kis deliveter.
"Seignio., you have given e timely
.AidCorpodi Diu!" cried he se be,
'darted at the handsome youth by his
4ide; hy, I think we've met before;
tut it is not at all to py credit to retnem
ter the rencontre; you have 'shown
Aood spirits to-day; come to roy villa,
where I will give you a good glees ol
Montepulcidano that might warm
he heart of an anchorite; and huve ye
like you; and you shall, if so please
you, have my &tighter, were you the
000rest Sir hi Christendom. Thalyou
ire noble, your bearing platril shows.,'
, "But will the lady be quite willingt"
isked the cavalier. "There is no doubt
of it," answered the father; "who tould
resist one who sings such songs if he
has moreover saved the life of the he
tem. Ft.r that too, I have to thank
'you, but come along."
They reached the villa, and ere long
the beautiful valley was gladdened 'by
the nuptials of the eignoria. Virginia
Contavallo end the young Prince Pam.
pilli Borghese.
The dictates of experience end of COMMOn
sense, must convince any candid mind, that
sovanseigths or nine.tentglis of the members of
the iegislatu,es ought to Le rractital
farmers and mechanics. For this ' opinion
two reasons are sufficient, if tio others could be
adduced. First, the principal object or IRV, I
to nromota tile intprotfita and nrAtapt tha r
- . . I ...I ifa W V, MMUS
to promote the interests and protect the rights oti forth with herd
our rellow,citizerre, as they constitute seven. ment, they arr;
eighths, and ought to constitute nine4entlis, al port e wife ;.,94
the community. Second, they are educated in ;six mostbsr
schools bettor fitted to make Pound and enfights artriessir4,"tl,
ened statesmen, than. ever are or ran be prorldC,; ri irl' ''''' 141 Y1
ed in any other school but that oresperience.. , ? ( .r ,ð
The soundness of the firpt,reason wjill;rulia- -4,;.Tentr! ,1
bil.est,ts called hi lemon y Mittly 1 4 .... I, "5 1
the second, I am aware, will be doubted many, young revolve wiser. they cry, will nevcr
and posibly some farmers and mechanics theta. suffer the young Yankees to warm
selves. Bee I have fur several years been ens . When you have got mouey enough to .
litely convi evd,that 'irrmers A, mechanics were buy furniture, you will then go to bzuee
better qualified for composing our legislatures, keeping and marry. Here the fowl of ,
than any theoratice statesmen, from the fact that the air viill teackyon; irk the spring he .
they lave greater influence aria advocate scams looks out for hie male, he bee not got
der and more repubfican doctrines in all legiv a stick or a straw towards bousekeep
latures of which they are member&The only ing ; together they 'gather the sticle .
misfortune is, they are not (ducted to fill our tep and the tansy.; in a few days a dwel- ,
islatures, or to constitute a majority of them. , hug is prepared. for the , young. But ',. -
III um not greatly mistake' n, one of the prin. the bachelors in eveiy thing put the
cipal sources of civil and political evils We suf. s wrong end
cart before the horee, alway ,
for, is the practice of making the proAssion of forernost With (ham. They eay au they
law ee minh the channel to offices of emolus g
ment and honor. The practice presents an in. et a neet they look for a bi.rd, thu, ton .
coneistency on the very face of it. It is evi- lung quite Creel grained in the .1bee, of
natvlia.. 1
dandy inconsiatent and.bighly imepper that one s '711 a .
I married. My if
W...0 earned thirty ono
class of Men should institute &Ws, and execute W:11'. not wort.li '' 1'50 dollaie, ,
cents with-bar needle, 1 earned Seventy ,
ewe, which it may he supposed, they will do
to promote their interests, while that class cons without a loaf nt breed et -
&a with nii '..bammer ; yet- 1 never to ' i ,
this day was'
stitotes a very small minority of the community,
though there are ten times, and probably fifty a 'billing ; you have beard bow Lawrie -
times, ae many as the moot healthy state of the tory
Todd began housekeeping ; the inven-.
was true I we Lad but three chair
community requires. The greatly increased,
the rapidly increasing, and largely dispropor- a hundred, but vou can only sit on ono
one ntigie than per need ; you may have
tionate number of our citizens, who resort to
law for a professiob, is not probably the least at a time. Iladi my, life to begin anew
and in the same circumstances, !would
evil resulting from appointing so many of this do ittet Be 1 did theor. et' the age or
profession to places of home and trust. I twenty two 1 would rather lodge by the
Without any prejudice against the members, bubh with the woman of my choice,than
of this profession as individualsfor by an els i to strut over a Turkey carpet, gepe- on: .
tensive acquaintance with them, I know many 1 the sofa, yawn by the piano and drown
or them to be himorable and respectable men-1 over the sideboard, in all the (talk
lam convinced as they themselves w Hi undoubt gloomy and horrible foreboding of a
yers promote litigation. And no one will pre:
edly acknowledge, that a large number of laws beeholor of forty, Tor they know tbe
tend that extensive litigation is favorable either Mlle te paettwenty-five yeare to Wet'
to the pecuniary. the moral or social health and to be recalled.
prosperity of the community, but highly de .. '
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prospailly of tile community, but highly de
structive to all. Consequently, any arrange.
menta or measures adopted for conducting the
operations of society, which has a tendency to
increase the number of your lawyers, which ie
already entirely out or proportion with that o
do an in.
ther classes of the community, must
jury to that community. . And appointing them
to fill the seats in our legislator especially the
chains ofState and in the highest meat In the na.,
non, must do a double and irreparabte injury ;
it produces bad laws, and instigates quarrels and
contentions in the observance and executing of
the lews..:,1.'. .
The avoid these evils as far as possible, to re-
pair the injury already done by the incunsist.
ant and an ii.republ leen prectiakreferred to, con.
stituting 'our legislatures, and filling our othces
in a great measure with fanners and mechanics,
;ippear tu be the rational, perhaps the only ef-
fectual measure to be adopted.
The education ot farmers in its preaent neg-
!acted state, is better fitted to make bounder leg-
imitators than aro produced by our colleges, or by
the profession of law. If fernier education
was what it ought to be, end what it might be it
they duly appreciated the knowldge they alrea
- -
dy possess,and their thcilittes for greatly extend
log that knowledge,they could hardly fail of nes
ing the propriety, of availing themselves of the
privilege or appointing f10111 their own number,
guardians sf their own rights and interest&
I do nut pretend that the interests of farmers
or of mechanics, or of both, are the only inter.
ests to be protected and promoted, nor do I con
tend that our legislatures or other offices, ought
to be filled entirely from these classes. I only
contend that they ought to be represented in pro-
portion to their numbers, and represented by
themselves. I hold this doctrine betause they
must be supposed to understand their own in.
rests better than those in other pursuits can
or them; because, being educated in the Khoo!
or experience, they may be supposed to be, as
they are actually found to be, sounder and safer
men to be, relied upon ; and because, by neg.
:ecting to filt our offices front the profession of
the law, the number engaged in that profession
night be diminished, and litigation diminished
with it, and by that means the wealth and in.
telligence and virtue of our republio greatly pro.
If the education of farmers WU what a re.
done and enlightened system would make it, at
.t less expense of tithe and money than is now
incurred for the purpose. thee would h ; I
Ai Ant.rA.It '
, '1,3,netillCiiet ds.,. ,Fiseryt 1--10-4eter
incurred for the purpose, they would be entirely in:ooti, co i p teilicik alt tins 's ..:,.
lualitied to perform mimy kindkof burliness tor --Ad the 1k; Vioneinf.Lehanc,. a 14, .-',,
which they now resort to the legal profession ; ;bag. i,e, hsed, WI .--.:" ,'
. .
gtich as drawing contracts, giving power of at- bedeat41(
torney, making out bills of sole, conveying orm, the ot.,..,,--...tell.b."1:1)(:'34
being very boy i rabla z !
perty, by deed or otherwise, and varioue ether A r7; ler fir '1' rn
sots of a similar character, which would save ''.-Ìfe lot to Bak for some ..
thetn peat expense end trouble, and psrmit law. ;,.,1-374i
e .'
4,,you have so,
' e ill 411'1
tiers to engage in pursuits better calculate -,,,,.e igr oink, fetch somethie ,,,
11 ttttt lute the health of sociuryc, Se keep-
To a oid the evils and secure tho beni ' ma roi little a
iri oor- . .t.r....,...- , ,
, i )1? heal; ... ott ...Inn: In tVitsa,Inst -1
p ttttt lute the health or socilotyk, Pe he" Pin") --d----dSe keeps 4h.' -
To old the evils and secure the bent ) a Ili little girl etooPs A ' 1 '
$ r t I Chile, ,
referred to, no one need act under ilibitcting t'.:etialviiul taking" le" Cad al 'k
or pTojuðice or desire of proecriidiovng itonr
ambers en II at. ,
mere and niaellaalell have simply
astonished D. c'ct" 1
appoott individuals from their own,udv tot
Aar Cour "
to protect their interest and to oelectU - Y111112 'with kannni f5rAtthir excenck Y:',Tr44 ,
to ,kvardiof tiolge . thra,.teu
Mil. Mid 111011111111CII haVe inlay .10 ,Vardinfi LoAtt put UT, olitugm : ,
appoott individuals from their own,triv to410 astonishia pod:" Pre,,..lelargirf,'' 1 '''''
to protect thoir interest snA in t,-,111r twAth
tó poled their interest and to aeloct42,""1.
core and protect their rights and theit,Alt
fail to accomplish their object. , , 4
I remain yours, truly and alwa
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yours, truly and alwa
3. llpountry Iii0THERorr.m,,,;!,Tort Amid r
. - yen ifysP-- ,
i irlL,land, or have you seen ells, ''61 the
- - ;dt Cr;i4A1 r
- , 1
that they ,,Air.-;Nip,J.- -
nt - shiny ', .- - -- ,, ,, -1 '. - -- r ,, 40"
Bachelors, they it),;;Iev- w''',,,Is , h. ," , may vorbigik - .es a &sena arlth hid- - - ',
.. I have aeon very i 40 afflicted :,;, and r",,"-:; f,
hnet::8110tdoreellfsuaunscue:senT":":171',Itailf:1:14. c,: - c,11- fl;;; t-1118-11-1-301.-lowtte,kvilii,,,,.'r, .-.. i.. . , ,.,,.. , ,,
beautiful part ot. l'the V bu,rofr. 111 a 'azeolleattriati I" ',if aaefid.- Dr. r,-
, , wemovr, ItioniAlr y , ' 1,.;ter to Dr Airco.- ' '
f.,., 1,74.01 .. - l r ) snot a c '-e er i''''
tu AlOCIET . , , .
Grant 1 hor buns's ta-f4; 11
---1) 154;i7.- pe.nee wIth
AWN UMEIR a tbutre
. Ally nay um nt, .,leArro A.
a"mstd- ttia -
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qt,1 ta$1411.04110Cr: .1.1- o
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naugh to
to house
e fowl of '
sprit he
t not got ,
he sticks
s a dwitt
mg. But ,
I put the
wrong end '
Ny as they
I, thu, run
face or
i0 dollars,
thirty ono
td seventy ,
never to' ' -
hreed et "'
lw Lowrie -
he inven. ,
ee chairs,
may have
eit on One
egin 'new
la, would
he age of
by the
gape- on.
Ind dream '
the dalk
WiBe m' en leialrotoirt from foolo,thad
fools from the meta.
Tbe great and necessary provision, '
for a 'statesman is, not riches., but a ,
contented mind, which requiring no eiPc :,
erfluities fur itself, leaves a mau ' at.'
full liberty to serve the commonea:ths, . '
Cato in complaining of the ,Iiluriest
of the Romano said: "II iS a hard mat., .
ter to save that city from ruin s here a -
fish WAS etlid for more than an AL"' ,
It Vinti I saying of Cato's, that in all
his life be never repented of bin three
things; the first was that be had trualcd .
I W01111111 with a secret, the second that
he had gout) by sea when he might have ,
gene 1)3 land, and the third, thal he bait
passed one day without having his tv ill
bY him' - ''i .
Plato who was a competent judge
said, that"virtue vies a more valuable ,
treasure than all
the riches aboveL:or all l
the mine' under the earth. l'.
Euripides says: , s ,
The first of chiefs is he
Who laurels gains and buys-theMi
,.. . ,
ity provision,
letter', but a , ,
uring no su4, ' '
la a Mall at ' .
the luzutiee
a hard,,,,mat
Inn here s
an AL" ," ,
's, that in till "
of bilt three '
1 bad trusted
e second dist
le Might liat .
, that he had
ting his lit Nifet
,petent judge ,?
sore valuable ".
aboveLot sit I ,
, 4
r ,
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le , ',,
id buys them -
it is be i
voiretatitodlotearMhis; , :,,:., ,;. ,r,::: ,
5 . iattet 'aid ', - , ,'
- ,,' -..,.,,,,
At , ,
as ties fellow 1. , ,
) be ab44"a 3 , ', " k';
on fits ' ',-., ' ,,I, ,
kin 1,4,)Os. little toi4,,,,,,,,-,
cro,., and shade ." ,
. ,ttlelting splettiti : -,.
re,t could itusgli ' 1
ti,V,,hAfArotTcot5 ,, ',.,..,,,
a;rlitir'scs0s116W' t ' (.' '"'''' 1
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wine touch ft
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Not with life; the nest is tie ,,
Who dies;hut dies in virtue's arms.
'You lie' as the physician said to hie
prostrate patient, when the latter said
he could get up. '
Alisstoked will happen' as the fellow
said to tbe old wan, when he ab4.4"a i '
hie daughter. - el of its
ate ratio '4,4,--"--:
' 'A Chiel's arming ye takin ii?
d h do í
pickpocket said to the.crovaa a a ,..; , ,,,,
t BCO Course. thing Otte . .,,
could imseli -
A young- man in Cinciattt04 kat , ' , -,-,,,,
a 1,tove, pipe and all frti,ta c'1,1-c,ss,xwN, ' ,,
t , 4 I
, . , A
fellow that took en e? Mulo"Y,"st ., .,;;-7.--"-
that place. 'Tie seitsif 1-aVielt 0 ' e, , ,I
of the Ohio steam bo414:17'11.,,,:oI'a;', , ,, k'.--.,
of Gram) has ceased tit' ,..Äkron.,,i, ' , e; , - ..,,
destruction. (Whiek:massiljot . 7 , ,' , 4
Then keep out of theSTI"çt At,,,.. - ' ,',11
":1"1-411nriteets -'. !.
the grass etgain grow.. f
The Pi al''''';'-":- 9' he Ar '
caytillt .....argitml,A . ,
WalgravapAliv n
is a te, rchaa,......-7;,Ohett iCificial awl?: f'. 4,
bamr FITI-- 1 d ;11.W4 feil..sz,a' , , -,' ,":. )
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I.. ' 4i,si 1,411391.'.17"lictue r8N.each ti
lis hot um wt , 4, ,;, 0 ,
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ityountv, co t.11 tiolici alt tido tly , ' :, ''e ;',,- ,',. "..
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thhastedietetuo:":1:1;(-; b.'sivillifiam'yer7b11,:rgillfi143:ntahltelakfi::;.k:.- .ft;i:
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I;Ftli pti ,
,,,,.. , itrl,'yon have shotletionmgetottlimatse inS:1,01,hsrt.h...:' ,014.;,,,,:: ,.. -:,
tto heal going to fete , , , . .
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uandn'olgig 1$1,0euxidPeb-nedik'.
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