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H3 I have sworn upon the Alter of Uod, ctornal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of Man.-Thom. Jelbrsoii If" wiViiieTlBniTOK AND PROPRIETOR. Volume X. BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COLNl SATURDAY, eBBRUAUY 27, 1847. -- Tri ir.!i-TTi-r.r.-,rrr-i Trii-TTinaij tjll. tlVjtmher A3. rjLMjen2as3iW'niraiiirr paT"!! OFFICE OF TILC DEMOCKAT Sotm. mou of Main, a r uw doom ui: low MAiucuT-sriatT. 77,c CO: UMBUl DEMOCRAT will be the citizens, in rcgarp lotho acquisition, possession and protection of pioperiy.if- ss clearly ptohibilcd, as the power H place the Me, liberty, reputation or pur Miit of happiness of Eeleeled and favored t . l : he UOf. UMliiu - ; individuals under n particular guan.ia.. Pi'5 ..rot.ctin, care, from which tin . . . i . nv 'I inn )f)f)'.Yl rott nf thn iihiiiiIii fl . ., .... I.,,.urr. or Two Dollur.s noidwU theyea, WMcriplionwlU be taken for a shorter period than moiuns; nur y .u fiiiurtiice vcrmiltcd,unUl all arrearages . r.5 SiOT'fW AT .10 eaceer.in r a ,iiifirc wiH be conspicuously inserledat One nouurjoruuj"- , ' ,n ... :.,. .oiis for evcrv subsc anil i wcin.'rj1"" ... . r-T.f liberal dtscouv intent nscriiuii. - Ztde to those, who adverse by they tar LETTERS addressed on ouswiesai,.""" be post paid. K- VETO MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Iieprcscn reet of tho peoplo sro excluded, a prop osition loo monstrous to ho tolerated under a free government. iJoual lv of rmhts is tho peculiar i ... lure of our system. This prmciplo had distinct application in Its adoption, when the love of liberty and tne mini- ent and Indefeasible rights ol man weic r It fli . I nnnrphflni ad ill their IUiICH W I J M l force: beiim then placed in strong con irast to the inequality that pievailed in lihe government from which our Revo lutionary fathi rs sepued these Slate 'Pi.io , ,,,., lii v. u ml'd and s. c eclly auared bv the Consiilulion, ns o-o ol LlliVC3: r.,, i.i Ihe great and essential principles of lib- Li KNTLKMEN. 1 HE u.u, ,pl oc, , incorporate, the Pennsylvania r . m road iron manufac.u, mK con.pai.j, hof J( been presented lor my approbauon. confer on an inco. porated The bill provides for the Ij'-gj' company, not onlv the rigl.l .0 m.nu- on of five person, n.m.np U m, -nd I . ; .n ju .uch others as may ass e. .e vv . hem . forthepurp.eofn,.nofc.ur np ail o d Bn invenienl ol and other iron, in all '-,. 0 on a cm ta stock 0 wo uunuieu muun..u .i.iii,,, n 1 .... 1 . ,i ,r he r own individua respuiuibilny. It lnlhi- and in add t on to ihe usual cor "fM 1 ' dollau.anu nau ... am! does not even compel the cosipany n- pora.e pr.v.leges m. P J , , ,, miinuf.clur. f .ailroad hold one thousand ere of 1. - hdi mi 88 , company may ro ...to operation when . ,ulloni, ihe amount of fifty thousand dollars ol oojeci. uo "II U.e -moum y . he company lo hold one thousand ocre ,. .lock .. pe.d n, a' V n..l , 13lair coun.y, which they maj innH are made for he iiovtrnmeni ci J . lo compTny and the tcun.y of the -f course hold , as many d.lTe.en. pi. llie comp.iny - CQii1 ag ,0 ,em mby 6eel, rl"l ir::.m-,l .1.. duties devolv- convenient, to establish furnaces, forger . " .. n.....t, i. Und rollint: mills, to carry on theotd ina on the liixecuuvo uiiuBi mc uuon- . . " & , 1Qt. , anil0UnceJ.ary manufacture of won, in competition tunon. 111 January, 1S'15,1 announced j ,he fo lolng,.mong other leadin6 pun- -vmuais w-i - ' einle. by which 1 proposed .0 be guid- he .l.ghle.i.benfil upon the public, ha cipies, uj wniLM p 1 7 u not derived Irom individual manufac. ed in tne neilo mance 01 inv uiuum, nu- , . .t.n.r.nn ol exclusive u. 1 cannot perceive .n .the objecs " . ' of this astocia'.ion, reasons of preferenci nrivi eces o some, is repuguum iu . 1 ' . . ...i.i-u :. or peculiar merits sufficient tow.iram w ho e svetem, ino lieui ui im.n ia m w" ' , 1 . ... , . ,, U depaiiure fiom lie settled policy ol .u firm i K i filial r mills of all, and ,ulr 1 . ' V . i .nr ,i .i,niii,l in ihe (Jomnionwaalth, and n invasion o that men associated lor gam, sliouiu, in . . , u j i;.,i.i ihe nr ncii) es o the ConstilU'ion. common w th others, be liable individ " ' 1 , , uallv for all their joint .ng.gemnl.. 1ivWu.I me.n., enWpr... end .1 "y ' . ! . J., ...., ..in . en.s, have under the bnnign p-olectio. gaul, as being among the primary tru-l, "f . quel laws, and w,,h a ..c.ed rrg, , d .flee ing the basis of our government, m inheien. and ,, defeasible . qu.l r.g .U . &.: .......... B..p.,mi! nl -ecured to all, ...lus-d into the g.eat de anu ntetnim iiu umci .wm.. ... ., . ,,oir value, .ban is to be found eve.y P-MmenU of busmes, in the Siate, -jr.- ,., il1B hUmrv of our countiv. "-. i ; , .. ,.( nrimnrv luring Ri.ll m.Tha.MC.I. deg.eeole.iel 111 I 15 Blllllii" " i ill. . . f n,.rj.B.l A..Uv, enlerm.z-and hral'h. which bav. UUtlis to in e bciiuii in in wv.i.'. -. . . ... .. ... . .,.i..fi .ii.iv. ..n carried us onw.r.l in Pu sperity, civili- semoiy, u ... , -v- refinem-n. The people wl... several occasions, to return with obji-c ",l0" '"" ' 1 ..... .1,. have thus, u.uie. 1'. ..v.denee. been the , . L.v f ho.h branches of tluns umen.s of es.,bl..h.ng our grca.neH ' ' , J.. t .. .,. I 1B, ,i. who hav.. ei.i.y.d U.e.r rights in com Ai 'h''" . ., ., ,t . ii, mm- . II,) v citizens, who llie Honor io iraiiBmn, iui s once lurnished only a limilcd supply of itcessaries to a scattered people, now ninistcr in nrofusislon to iho winif, convenienco and comfort of a Urge pop ulation. Tho bowtls of Iho earth have t.een exploiod, and ils mineral treasu- res brought out bihI appropnaieu iu. purposes of general good. tfnd lh. unall and ob.cure lurnance anu iiim (hammer, afo superseded by. the full md extensive r .lhng mills by which nur limilles mines nl iion ore are con vened, in all possible -relies, !o the ,iet nf man. Those- nro hi hi-vcmentt under Ihe Constitution, and sustained, hv its niinci. les, and 1 cannot believe that it is ei.her the j.olicy, ihe inlere, or iho right of tho govetnmenl, to ex chanee such solid foundations of liu. $r atness, for a ntw system of special p iviliges, repugnant lo the principlti of Ihe uovemmeni, and, in my opinioi io the sentiments of 11,0 In-emon ofPenu vl vanta. Tlio introduction of a class oT op n ors, clothed with exclusive privilgis, tu mo ap crs lo be, not only eoniiaiy li be spirit and meani.ig of the consliiu. lion, but it promises no advantage eith er to the public or lo individuals. This is pioved by Hie result of all otiempu hat have hitlit no been mada in th stale, lo bentfii public or private inl.i - st by means ol copoiaiioin.,for puijiOM-- .viihm the comnasi ol n.dividuiit compas and cnleiinize. All thai legislative grants coul'l do.seeins io have been done lo animate incorporated Coal companies Willi the ability to develope this invaluable mineral. 1 lurty-iive coin names have been iiieorporaitd, wnh an f-g regato capital of more ilran eighi n.illiniu U'dollair, and will, authority to bold eigb ly-live thousand acres of coal land. When ..o il.vt Whai have lliev donni The ,ire useless, becaiiBO of ihcir organic made qnacy to accomplish tho purposes lor uhlcli they were created. Individual enterprise, capital aud energy nctioiied and invigorated bj the spirit anil meaning of the Consiilulion, have seiz i pon and perfonned the woik wiih feisi i!6S power. And lliore pretty ariiliuiai en uions have shrunk from competition with .he natural and vionrous exertions of the iconic, made without the hid, and, in souu legree, in dcfiince of legislative enact uieuls. Ijending money has been conducted in ibis Stale by incorporated banks, perhaps with more success than lias attended any ither attempt lo carry on ousiness, by con ferine special privileges. And yet the ag rei-ate losses and injuries which have been inflicted unnn the people by the paper sys lea., of which they have been tho prolific source-, aie bad v coinnensaied by all the advanlaccs they have conferred. 1 ho les tering sores lliat were ciealed upon die bud- .erurise in all .he great deparimen.s of bn. opinion of .he people of this Slate, and ration. Tbia dialogue U the mode c lerprise, in an .no g. i r.....i i, Am thniiaands in tbe aisifr Islo ... lerunac, in mi 61--' - . . , , .... i... .. i,nr,niHl and success-rptuiifiiant in iho fundarrienlal law. SllieSH, iiai uuxii wv.... . Col as enrnoralo operations have been too again Ms una proposeu ena..Ko freqnen.ly useless and ruinous. by the allegation thai tho lu-nuiac- . . .11:1.. ..iilll.lrwt-ltlit.al'ltlat Uul It is sometimes argued that oy cor- luring csiauiisninen.s a iim-ub.,....- porate privileges men of unu'.t means may biitgh, and th.oi.ghoul the Stale bcgn and engage in a largo business, by aggrcgatiug conducted as they hao been by individual their capital and by thia legal device a man means and skill, have failed in accomplish obiclions, my views upon this impor laril subject aro expressed io some extent in detail; they will be found among oth ers, in the message of the 22d March, 1845, Senate Journal, vol. 1, page '187, on the bill relating to tho Dumannon : in Porru mnnle.' in till imi-f. ill iven under ihe observance of the df filiation ol lights and Have been a blei-'siug to themselves and lo the countiv these am the meiimrious men of the Commonwealth, and Ihey m ..Invaied fdr above the desire lo add o Iheir gains, or lo seek for security a having ono hundred.five hundred or n thou sand dollars, may becomo & coal opcraioi i bankei or an irommasier. The ihoiisauds of our ciiizens !io havt lost their money by becoming shareholders in corporations demonstrate ihe fillacy and folly ol this argument. k;.nill snarei.o u ers in corporalions aro iho mere insltuuienii- of llie wealthy proprietors, ihey luvo no i.-fleclivo view in the management of affair ihoy arc powerless helpless and depeiiuoni A few larce share holders manage llie in- siiiuiion and direct it for evil or for good; and thus instead of diffusing tho benefits ol profitable business, aud limiting the pow er ar.d influence of individual wealth, this power aud influence aro greatly increased I'ho principal shareholders noi only man- il'o their own monev. bul tliey work will iho augmented power, derived fro n tin moans of ihoir neighbors. 1 ho bill bclon mo provides that ihe company may go inn opeiation when fif y thousand dollars ol tin Mock are paid in. A few principal sh&re- holders, who own twenty-six dinosaur dollars of ihe stock may as eaoh share it eniilled in one vole i.ssiinio ihe direction Mid ll:03e who have paid ill the remainine inn the purposes for which they were erec ted, or lliat ihey aro languishing lor llie wani of corporate nnimationi Iho enure aspeel of the Siato negatives iho idea.' Why should one companv ur association bo piivileged to place only a portion ol the estates of the partneri, iu a position lo be mbjeel to the contingencies nf the busii.ess and in case of misfortune fall back up-m lbs unjoyineiil of their prottcted means and hold thoir crodilors at defiance, whi.o all die resl honestly apply all their properly ! merit the jmt demands of their creditors? Every uspect of this bill, presents to my mind insuperable objections to the adoption of ils provisions, and strengthens my con viction, that by the exclusion of corpors'e privilege, and by a blrict adherence lo ihe sound old lasbioned principles by which die rewaid of induslry is secured.and evt ry man ia compelled, if he is able, to pay all ns honest debts, are among llie best means if . promoting individual happiness and .irospeiity and of aJvancing the genoral 4'elfate. Upon a levicw of the whole subject, 1 .in convinced, lliat it respective of objec- lons to details, ihe granting of exclusive fIIO lllllll!ail I" - .?., Is this th - ncaitat oad lo LOtKr i n , Cork you are goinRf 'Yes. but rojf qus. .inn i ns in ihe nca it rood. 'Why, lliia r.n.d ss near as 'lint on ihe oilier siJe o! thr hill, foi noilhar of thsm ia any iod at all Then which way ought 1 to got -ur thai depends on your honor's on liking. Perhaps yon wouldn't like 10 go nacb n- gain?' Certainly not. Hut. one word lor all. my good fellow; do you know anything about any kind of a road, bore?' 'There now; if your honor had asked that before. 1 could have tota you at once,' Uut un it then.' f hy truth is your honor that I am t. anger in these parU and the best thing thai you can do is lo stop till somebody comes thl knews all tho v.a:i Stupid a:onndrell why didjyou not say so at first Stupid! ihBt's all my thanks, bui wny uia not your honor m. me ti i ot o .gey " " place? that would have settled ihe business Pake a foo!a advice and stop w iu ro ou arf . . iii-j ii.i'- ... - -... r wiw b o liven i) -four thousand dollars must patient priviledgcs lo some, for purposes within i L. 'I'l..... ...... n. .iri.l.o.ie ,b ... ....mnncxi r.t i 11 il i i il . . a I nnlfrtlMCP IC rn IV 9UUll.Hl A IIUD UIIC IJ. J.i-.U-J.w . w i ,y rUll'.U9S l I I.......MUW. ..v...wu .- . - i.rn.. mnn. t.t. i 1 1 ; i-.in'nnl of tvver.lv-si.vl miTiiaiii in iln snirlt and meaning of the unit. ........ ...... - - j ..-(,.,-... ... . ihousand dollars secure Hie control of fifn Consii'.mion of the Slate -lo llie sentiments thousand dollars, ami tho power winci ,f thn people, and ta the genius ol our in- wealth always confers i multiplied it ol by ulnnjons. ihe naiunl course of things hut by loga n tbeso objections, I have directed I. n ilvar ces and tho very trgument by ho bill to be returned to the Sonate, where w hicffiliose special privileges are attempt- t originated. ed to bo sustained is found upon exarniim mm lo be adverse lo the end for which il i. advanced This bill contains one extraordinary fea ture. II v ibe seventli section n is provui id the siockhuhJrrs shall be individually li ible when the corporation is insolvent not in pay all their just debts bill only thesi lue io an enumerated clase nf creditor while Ihe claims of others aro excluded fron ic benefits of this security. The prefer rence thus civen limits the liability not ti ihe honesty and mom of llie claim hut tr die profession oi business of the claimant, PR'S U. SHUNK Executivu CiuMjiEii llurrisburg, Ft J, 18-17. Goad and Bid Luck --'I rrny here. s well as anywhere, impsrt the sec.e il'&'ooti and bad luck. T.'iero ate me. hn snt.poi.itig Providencj lo have ar mplacable spite- pgainbt (hem, bemoan ii noverlvofs wieiched old ace thf nisfortunes of their lives. Lurk lorev ran against ihem and for others. On with a good'piolesdon, lost his luck it 110 IirUirsaillll Ul uuan,vua ui iu ...a.i,i,.,. - ,i , . . nd in.rdu.o3 a rule ol moral ollig.lion a. '" ",e whe,e ho uile1 SW8' hl i :., .wi .,n,..nn3hi in iu t'mu a inning, w Hen he should luve ueec. IIUVCI III IIO IVMU" " -!-w ..i- " ' application, as lo find no sanction in Hit hi ln nce. Another with a good trade plain principles of common jusiicb. lie- ournt up nts iuck oy ins 1.01 lempcr, . . . . . . I . ' . 1. I 1 I ..-!.-... sides, this section presents a sirfnc temp vvnicn p.-ovoueii ins un.p.oycn iu ievc vaiion to ihe manairers of a failiui; corpora- um. Anolhei wiih h lucia.ive business lion, lo apply ihe funds they can command 0sl his luck by amazing tlilioncu M . ..p. i.. ... i.- i I .. . .. . . . .. to tne payment m iuoe creuimrs won oav, jverylhiiig bul Ins uiutness. Anoint r claims by the law, upon Iho individual . 10S.eadiv follovvod his trade.as .lead. n.ininc a .T ilin m Llinlflptfti nnii in itirnu I , n . . . ...t. ' - . i- nl In iv ml Mi? lumir. M n npr. w o the loss upon those creditors from wbnm -,..,., . hi, work- erred mm..., ; "-...-. . (HIS SetUlliy la "Vllllliciu. i ins iiuviaiuii PRETTY GOOD. Who is tho author of the following we ki o v no'. Il was found in an old news paper thai looked as if it wa3 ptintoJ when Adam was u boy. Sambo was a slave to a mister who was c institutionally addtctnd to lying. S mbo beinfj sironelv devoted to his roaner, had by dint of long practice, made himaslf an at'epi :u giving plausibility to n s masier e lurgfst stories. One day when the master was entertain- - ing company in his rus'.ornary manner a- . mong oilier marvelous facts ho related an , incident which took place in one of his , hunting excursions. 1 hied at a bucK, saiu lie, ai one uuu died yards distance, and the ball passed through his left hind fool and tlirougn nia r bead: just back of hts eat. This evidently producing some nmu i doubt in tho minds of his guests, be tailed i upon Sambo to corroborate him.' Yes, massa, said uie ciraosi coniounueu slave, after a moment's hesitation, ltne see , de ball hit 'ira. Jes as rraisa lif up da . un to he eye, de buok lif up him loot to . icratch him esr, an' massa's ball go cleir . hrough him foot an' head at de same . IIUI". The mists were perfectly saliefied wiib . Sambo's explanation, and awallowed the whole without further heaitaiton, but when lis ouests wore gone. Sambo ventured upon his master' ii good humor so (ar as to ro-monsttatfl. 'For mighty sake, massa, when you leu . a nuddcr sich a big lie don't put 'em so far apart, me had deblish hard work for get um together.' ter 111! sores inai wurt) uu-airu uiiun iiiu uiiu-i , , . i ,i i i . ,r ,ooi i emoniiiates ihe inconsistency and mjus y po tic, under the banking act of 1821, J . i ' " ,, I, am m.pnaranlv rniinciMeil ivil Itiy perpetual inisjuilgmeiit- JEFFEBSON. Mr. Jefferson was beyond the ordinary , 'dimensions, being upwards ol six feel two - inches in lisiglit thin, oui ,wcii lorraso, ereci in his carriage, and imposing in his sppear aner. His complexion was fair, his hair, nrirrinatlv red. became whits and silvery in . u 4 . . lie lackeolold sp, his eye were light blue, spmkilng . I 1 ' 1. I. xniira M fl l.o.rkt . n n i t ivKilnri ' . . I f, ....i A...-.I. l C.IR IIIHS; COII'.llllieilCIB!., uy 'n.iiin .v.. a," inrssni'Q ol trie l-'ll oi inn .u-.., " ... . . rncssau oi .i.c i ni ivi Unes.-lte lying upon themselves Journal 'lonso of Representative, vol- I 181 P"v" S ), . oouiiia. juiioo u. i fronmp.. . hp u. t it-vc eared our na- usee 717, or. Ihe Nor h Jiiank Uranrh. " , , . ,- , ,,. pagu fi, live forests, built the log cabin and the railroad and coal company, in the mes .... ranroau i home y shed, which have now given S4UH- nf the 9 h March, 184G, Smaie "U,,U''J p" ' , . sigff in mi J . , b comfort and convern Journal, vo. r. page , ,... - )n.MIio,M rrnp, glowing a incorporate tho manage.s aid company I of the Conestogo steam mills, in llie oity of Lincasli r. These views are piedica t?d in principle on the first section of the bill of rights, which declares, 'That oil men are Lorn cquilly free and indepen dent, aud have ceiloin inherent ami in- .w.rnicilil,' riphia. amoim w uch an midst dcadentd timber trees, anil s.atched from thn hosulrt Indian", if lost in the ueneial mid peact ful colli ,...!,,,. ,,r it t rarth. ilix fi l-i tho land with nlenly. Tne spining wheel, be hind wh ch the fitigal hiMUfwife wos wont lo ply hi r evening can, is hushed es defeasible r.gl.ts, among w c u, q i hud n pn.ov n. ami ue eno m me oim . . .... liberty, of of, paWini, 'lJS;'y ' "FJ J" 2nT traflicr',.I'"rC,,.afBl1 5? ,h' "1 '. protect property and reputation, ano ; Pliind for an en .... n j md the flood of vino, gambling, an I fraud which il spread ovei the land, had barely been slaved and controlled, when the Bank of iho United Slates commenced and carri ed out its work of desolation unsettline. die foundat'ons of property, sirippinj the viituuus of thoir honesi acquisitions, nnii robbing tho widows and Ihe fatherless ol iheir uieuii8 of subsistence. Tho hope if now entertained, thai by limiting the a mount of banking capital, and by the inlro .diction nf wholesome restrictions, the ad- vantacej to be dunved from the system may be secured, without being exposed to die daiii'tir nf those excesses winch liavi heretofore boon so destructive. But, should the power to reguluto and uontril the banks fail, who that values honesty, and truth virtuo and icliciun, would not infinitely pre fur iho old fashioned, simple and frugal mode of lendinii money, when thoso whu were fortunate assisted thoir outerprising neighbors upon a safe neighborhood secu my, lo all the benefits uf the banking sys J vr- j o - - ,. . . u i. i . I. .. I. .....li iiiiA'liffunrii nn.l linnnl in u-il i tin. Inn.. uco which ate inseparably connected with . .., ..!,hl0nX, ,is nose was larae bis Ar-liead r-,.. r n m ..... I. I "J tliUUieium w 1 1 h .-a.vwi . - eVCiy UUVIHuUU IIUUI IHU jtiaui ant liatuiBi principles of right, that hold overy man lia .v woauug ,.u..u.tl ...c, ..u ble to pay all his honest debts, and havo ihi honesi gains. A man never has good salutary effect of checking extravaganco and luck ihohdSS "id wile. 1 never Knew making men careful and cautious in then an parly rising, hard working, prudent : i i i . ......;..... .r .1 .ri.: - . . , . I dnicrprmctauu uuaiucos uic.u..ui.a. unan, carciui ui mr cai ihii, bui r i it . 1 have already adverted lo achievements no,isi, who complained of bad luck. A of individual, enterprise, which is most ;ood chaiecltr, gnod habits and iron in- nl 1, itlY.lP-ltnri hu .III. f-YlPtlAIVA Kill! nrn ... .. .... a M J. In iKo QB.a3.l1lC f.l Isnccessful manufacture of Iron ihoughoui . the ill lurk th. fool ever ilreim-d iho Slats. By granting special privilege- of. Hut when I sre lattf nleniaiion, lo some, great injustice is done to ilhertl creepiny out of a ernrery lalp in the after sncsceu in cariying on uie h:iih nuiiuriir. noon, vviin nanus siuck inio nis pocKeif.ui Upon Hits sunjoct, i reinarKeu in tne mes- rlm 0f his hat turned up, and the crown sage upon the Lancaster Manufacturing knocked in, 1 know he hu had bad luck, for Company, in 1845, 'aggregato corporate 1 1 1 ) e worst of all luck in io be aluggaid, h wealth, employed in any uranoii ol industry knave or a tippler. 7. litcher. which has already eit!hiod the enterprise! fssasvfjsfsea nd capital of individuals either is or is not, . Irish Answer li may seem a mat tor of no oxuaordinary difficulty in irive plain answer to a plain qussiinn. and yet n is an act which il evidently requires mucl trouble tu loam lit nil half civilized na . . of pursuing the.r own nappines er.Urr,ed and irofi.ablu commerce will, Hy lh s sec ion, uio powtr oi uiejieg- .u,t. of1. .hni i.liluro io Lmvk d.bimctiona amoig he world. 'J ho mechanic ait., thai much fraud, profligacy, oppression and dii more advantageous and profitable than in dividual investments devoied to tho same object, JT it is not more profitable, there can bo no reason founded in btato policy mm uu ..u iwtiou.i iijiu.uou in o.d.u iiuiivv t'limn13 iu IU"... ... ..i. ,.D). which will sanction its adoption, If it is lions, the inquiier f.r the moat simple thing more pinfilablu, then it is made so by spc-j is met by at: enigma for an answer; and, a T'QQP( L M IVIICUB, UlllllCllUU U lull (JU V Kl II III III I, HIUll HU (IC Jl Ull 1 1 J III Ul'U UiUIIU UI1U 1 1 C IUIIU It follows from this review, that our !iis.in sorco and denied lo others, a principlo! civilized as the general communities may lory proves conclusively that individual cn wbtch finds no sanVUcm in iho univciBallbo, tbo system often eaoms tobostadied nd his whole oounienance indicated great ensibility and profound tlougl.l. His manners were simple and polished, yet dig. nified, and all who appruiolied htm weru rendcied petfectly at ease, both by his re publican habits and his genuine pihleneir. II is disposition being ct.serlul, hi cunvei- sation ai lively aud enthusiastic, reniaik- abls for ihe purity of his colloquial diction ind the correctness ol hts phraseology. Ho dialiuad foira and parade, and hts diest was rsmaikably plain, and often slovenly. Be nefolencn and liberality wore prominent limits of Ins disposition. To his staves ho was an indulgent matter. As a neighbor, was mufth esteemed for bis liberality and Inenilly ntnees. M a mend be was ar dent unchangeable and as a host, the mil rifii enee of heapiwltiy was cartied lo il excess of self unpovetishine m. lie pos sessed gieat fiirtitude of mind, and hiscom maud ot temper was such that he was ncv er roan in a pam-iiin. As a man nt letters, and a votaiy ol sci ence, he acquired high distinction. In 'bo classic, ana in several European languogia as wolf &a rnathematics he attained a pro uctsncy noi common to Amcricen eiuutfim?