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Jt'MJI'H EISELY. 1'ropri troitii, II. h. .1S.SI:K Ktlitor. nrncs is NiRKRt rttErT7iAii nr.r. TH E "AM ERICA "7p",mMiThcJ rvrry Satur- j7lh'lirVXV?.UOLLAK r """ lob paiJ half yearly in advance. No paper di.contiu. ued till-Att attearagog are paid. N" subscriptions) received for a ! t.ori.,.1 it,,.. sit momth. All communication or letter on biiKiiit-a. rclatmg to the ollice, to insure attention, must he POST TAIU. foot: Cntlrtt's Magazine fur May. TIIKOLDVObld. Jtt OK0RR LCMt. '1'iikrk was onc a world and liraveotd wisj'd Awiiy jn the ancient lime, Whrn the men were hravs and the women fair, And the world was in Us prime ; And the priest he had hi book. And the scholar had his gown. And the old knight siout, he walked about With hi broad sword hanging down. Ye may see this work! was a brave old world. In the days long part and gone, And the sun it shone and the r.iin it rained. And the world went merrily on. The Shepherd kept his sheep, And the milkmaid milked the kine. And the serving man wax a sturdy loon In cap and doublet fine. And I've Iteen told in this brave old world There were jolly times and free, And they danced and sung, till the welkin mug, All under the greenwood tree. The sriton chimed bis sweet, sweet bells, And the huntsman Mew his horn, And the hunt wei.t out with a nwiry shout, Beneath the jovial morn. Oh, the g.iklen days of the brave old world, Made (tall .uhI cottage hiie ; The iviuir. he nut in his oaken chair. And ijiuifTid the good red wine: The lovely village maiden, fhe was the villaije queen, And, by the m.v, tripprd through the grass To the May-pole on the green. When trtiinpcU roirccd this brave old world And liiiinorr (1 .united wide. The knight Ivslrodo lite wain an steeJ, And the jiaue roOe Ivj liin nrte. And itlunn-K and i)iinns lussing blight Dashed through the wild melee, -And lie who pressed amid tin in best Was loij of all, that d.iy. And J.kIk-s fair, in the Wave old world. They lubd with wondrous sway, Hut tbestoutexl knight he was lord of riyht, As the strong. si is to d.iv, Yhe b.wou hold be lie Is (told, bower bin bright ladye. Ltut the loieslcr kept the good grornwoad. All uuder the furist lice. Oil, how they laughed iu the brave old world, And rlmig genu Care away''. And when they were tired ol'woiking 'I'hey held it time to piny. fhe4.niSxmkH was a reviTxttd wight, With a htudious Lice su pale. And I lie curlew IkII, with its sulleu nvell, Bioko duly on the gale And so passed on in the Wave old wortJ, Those merry days anil free ; The king drunk wine aud dnwu drank ale, twitch man in ts degree. And tome ruled well aud name ruled ill. And tUus (mruA tm fhe time. With jolty rav ui ilmse brave old dxys H hen the World was m iis prime. DI J. U. 1'I HCIVlt. Y feel a newer life in every sale; The winds, that fm this flowers, And -wnki ibetr welcomt1neathiug till the sorrl, Tell of serener hour, Of houis that glide uufult way Deneathtbe sky of May. tl'he spirit of ihes enlfle sourh-wind calls Trom bis bhie rliruic afir, And where his wbiering voice in musk fills, Ue iuty is .budding there ; The bright'ones of the witlU-y hreak Their kluuibers and awake. The -waving verDure Tolls along fhe pi on, And the wide foiei-l weave, U'o welcome bjt k it b) tul mule ngaiii, A caiiMfy-of lewus; And from its darkening sha-ovv Hunts Ji gush of trembling notes. J- siier anfl'brighier spresAs (hre -reign of May ; The 'tresses of thewomls With the light dairying of the west-wind jilay i -A ml lUe 4ull-liriniing floods, As g'ladly to their goj.1 they run, liail the reluming sun. A Shabi-kk Sen vi:u Oit. .man thcotlier lay got a crowd. of ooii.rtiyincii around him near tilie old market, and etlcuiplod to "durprue the jiatives," by a law tJighU of liand. After ac coiuplibhiug a feat or two., and winning some liels, ho tukl one of the spectators, a lull, raw liookiug fellow., .that he.cov.ld turn a niue-penrc unto a dulhtr, if he could be furnished with one. "tf'lifl spectator out w ith 'iiis leirthor puuclu aud I'landed the exhibitor a jiinejiencc, which the I'uUor-readily, apparoiitly.convojtudiinto a silver dollar handed it to the spectator to examine. The countryman, on receiving the fionar, took .oil' his hat and made a low bow to the exhibitor, exclaiming, "WeH, I'll be darned if you hav'ut done it " and then putting the. dollar into the pouch from which ho had taken the nine-pence, he added, "but you a'int u going to turn it luck into a nine pence., do bow. Jt'rot iJi ncc Chron. Ms that clean butter !" asked a grocer of a boy who had brought a quantity to market. "I fhuuld think it ought to t," replied the .boy, "for inarm aud Sill wete more than two hours picking thelmirs out of it lurt night !" CjiMkn. When is a pound ef better like an J rt:h futnily 1 Whtu iX't made in liitleyius. SUNBUJffiY ..i in th. JocMoof th, Uai'lniouth College Reminiscence. A BKAR HUNT, During the early years of the existence of Yarmouth College, on excellent am! learned, but unfortunately, near-sighted ,.ro(essor, at tached to that venerable institution. wa c. customed to recreate himself verv enrlv eir-rv morning: by long perambulations through the country, lie thought the .effect of it bracing, and that it was calculated to give him an ap petitc for his breakfast. As some doctors are of the Mine opinion, the reader may perad ven ture be induced to lout the worth of the. pre scription himself; but if he be near-sighted, our request, as a loving brother, is, that before each walk he adorn his nasal oriran with that iiitrlleciuM appendage pair of spectacles. Thoy not only' confer a knowing !ixk on the wearer, tmt, if iho walk bn commenced in the grey of the morning, when' things at a distance aje seen dimly, they may be tlib' means of sav ing him a world of ridicule and Mortification. Hut to return to our profcssur : olu morning lie had taken lor his solitary walk anew and circuitous route. Wandering into the forest from Uic main road, lie essayed to traverse the entire section of the woods, and come out oti a now and rather an unfrequented path, which would, however, lead him direct to the il lege, building. Abstracted a lie generally was, and thinking of the classic lieu of on tiiMly, he was hot little prepared lor the shock thai awaited hint. He had come to a kind of clearing, who, Jo! ,tinM eight or ten rods di.aiKv, wlut sluiuld uuvt hLs oytis hut an enormous bear, with several cubs! This not only put to precipiiatR flight his spWndid d;iv dreams u ith all the gods ami gcMosscs of tin riitlKNMi in their train, but the profos&ir him s'lf, who ttKik to his legs, and made tracks to wards hotnc wiUi mjl-Ii celerity that had the Inar contemplated making n Uoattarf 4lf him, she vvouuJ ltsiiitUss hute oeti disappointed , . , .jm.. uirfl finilllll-u, lliere wafsiKivvomkT he rait, Cr aJl tlie eUxics ! he had ever heard of Hniin's ferocity, especial- ! Iv ill the ruse nf llio fiHimlii .o......l..,....l ! ! . ,u a.....,,, ikVUIIjirtlUU Willi j wHir. i'lUed bcfiire his jjjLnd 1 and by the time lie readied the College, he was all pet- ! spiration, and so out of breath that all he .could i utter was, 'A bear and tuU a bear aud culw r Alior l.is fright had subsided, and the stnjy was fairly uuderstood, what a din of properti- tion was lAer tljr the bear eauifigiL Stu- dents, professors, frekidettL mid ail, thirst in' fur ttsnrtiuJ Jietirrction in the warfare about to tie undertaken, armed themselves cfttensive- i ly that, let aUute a Kar ond a few cubs a score r two of Indians would have stood a slim chance before litem. Every thing iu the shape of an offensive weapon was in roqwisrtkfn. Tliraenr four old muskets, some eight or ten pitchforks, an old rung of a wagon, axes, hues and, in fact, fi.r w ant of better arms aud accou trements, the jsnnigfrftof the warriors demo .liiiiied an entire rail fence, from which they prepared themselves fur the cotrtouip'lalrtid fun. The march throngh The woods was a cautious one aaort of Indian le ; i!r apprehensive that too much tnh-would induce the ouomy to change quarters, etattagem iu wodo ofatUck wa'4leoui(Hl jKiuessary. The caloulatiuu vas lo circumvent her, and attaching her at all points ; compel a surrender. Well ut length tlie.ad.'. aocid guard readied tlie aforesaid elear ing, ond the worthy professor, who had lurdly been uhlc tocutitaiu Itiui.-itill tar the eminence lie Uire in tiiejfioril.ms enterprise, was observed to .come Ui a tieud halU Doubtless tlie reader wiIiup)ose it wasoccaioncd by his unwilling ness to come iu very close contiguity w ith his formidable foot No uch Ah ing. .No fear of Je lime rt-a-nve aeroiid him. The enemy was not in a situation to .uJVe.r resistance, for .tho hear and cubs turned ouKu'le the umjts f mr iafg- ud eiTr tinull trcti w hidi Lad been burnt over by the woud-curtiv. The profsor could 'h.tidly 'believe his .eyes. ( .moan .his spectacles, lor aiow he 'had them on.) and he would rather 'ha-ve f;ced a hyena thun to liave endured tho laugh with which the woods -rang iigrwu und cgniu. Tho professor seasoned their .jtrkes and jibes on him with that peculiar kind of salt peculiar to such .dry old fellows, und .the youngsters considering them sclvos without the pale of discipline had ample revenge 1bi hU thesUreokand litiu he had in flicted on them. Tliey laid vu thoir isarcustic tuunte and cigged hi.n most mcrciletrdy. You may bo sure there was but little suletuuity diH ring pruyer that morinug, uud l) old presi dent, wlether throi;gh design .or accident, inuot need stuiiihlu on the chapter in the old testa ment fur the morning reading which tells of tho prophet being mucked by htlle .duldreu : aud when he came to wli it is rocordud of two7c bi ur-s issuing from aha wood and tearing forty and twoofihem, his was the only straight face in the assembly. It was at.cady shrewdly suspected that tlie 'i'lendeut bclGCtcd this chapter by design, for with all his tocology he vas a M. ju!arwagand Would ow tat on u g.KKl joUe. borne dsys a'.Wihe bear hun'., the jtroltir who ftgured i.u laigely in it. r.u..,k,l AND SIIAMOK1N JOUKNAL. majority, the vital principle of Republics, from which Siinbiiry, oi I liiimlcilaiil a hit in a manner hut little expected. lie was lecturing a class on the passions, requiring of each student some outward exhibition of the various emotions which agitate the human breast ; and thus, love, hatred, jealousy, re- venge, grief, &c, were successfully deputed, At length it canie to Sam Burton's turn t.i de pict fear. Now Sam loved mischief far better than he did his books, and one might as well have I joked for sublime sentiments from the mouth of merry Andrew as to have supposed that Sam would let slip such an opiortiinity for making sport. He hesitated a moment af ter the question was put, but those who knew him liest thought that something extra was coming. AsMimiii!' all the terror his innni... nance was capable of expressing and rushiii" forward headlong through the room as fist as his legs could carry him, he screamed nt the top of his lungs, "a bear and cuh ! a liearand cub ! a bear aud cuh !" The students were of oursc all cnnvuU-d with laughter, ami all that dom- that afternoon id the way of the passions was depicting mirth on the widest and broad est principle, that is, mouths stretched open frMu-ar to ear. Sam was publicly reprimanded by th prenidotit to be sure, but the old gentle man did it with xidi humorous gravily that Sam's ivpuuiimity wu not particularly dis turbed. As the pior pro6;ssor, he probable iM'vvr forgot his hear limit, Cir up in .New llaniishirc and Vermont tlie old folks in the KVV .! , Mi Uu ory ,ll,,,r , it quite as well us in days ol'iwii.1 Jang yi) l.atlii n' Daily (iazctlr StlRht V1r mm.! nnem. Sir Walter Scott, walkiugone day along the banks of 'arrow, where Mungo l'.irk wis borne, saw tlie trareller throwing slimes into tlw water, aikl aii.i.i!.1y watching Iaj nibbles j .. . v ..... iri,,.t.,,.r t1l!lt ""ccceded. Scott inquired the object of his occupation. 'I was thinking, answered I'ark. 'how iithvi I ka.1 ti,i,-t ri.4 i.. u.. tl.. ...... ... ntuilll IIIVJ T,vcrs Africa, by calculating how long a t',nc bad elapsed beCjre the hubbies rase to ur,acc-' ,l ' slight circmustam-e, l11'"' traveller's sakty frfiienl1y dfik4d uH)ii it. In a wat;5i tJe iiiaiKritig forms a mM PTtKm of the works, but it impels and "ov,,"' l,e whole. So it is in mnchiuery of bumanlife; a sight circuuistance is Hruittvt l,,u 1V1H Ruler to derange or so al!r it ; a eiant fl's bya pebble, a girl, at the door of 1 c,:B"e!j mo lorlune ot an empire. the nose of Cleopatra had Wet hhwrtcr, said 1 ascul jn his epigrammatic and tri1Uaiit maij. iK'r, the condition of the world would have Ix-en 4dViviK. 1e Xlukameans have a tradition, that when their prophet concealed himself in Mount Shur, his pursuers were deceived by a spider's web, which covered the tnwthif the cave. We trace the same happy influence of sbght circumstances iu the history of science. j rascal was horn with a genms for mnthatuati I cal discovery ; nodiscoiiragement could reret's "hiis!;!v fsotsiou for scientific investigation ; ! lie ht'ard a coimnon d inner-plate ciwg, and im- mediately wrote a treatise upon Kouud. While I tialileo was studying medicine in the Univer jny rt fisa, .the regular oscillation of a lump, I suspeinbid irwtti tie root f he atfcedral, at I traded his observation, and led him lo consider j the vibra'.ions of eiidulutiis. Helper having niim.t'd a eohWiine,aud resembling, tirhais ' the great rbrentiiie astronomer in his ki rtiit.lt j ty to wine, determined lojay iu a stoic from ithe Austpjiui , meyards ; some dillercuce, -however, arose 1x1 ween himself and tlie. seller w tth respect to the uieasuteintuit, aud Jvepler pro duced a treatise, which bus bee.it placed auM.g the 'cui liest sieciiucns of what is now called the modern analyst. The tdight ircuuihlaiu e of JWewtou's observing theJitl'orent refraugibility i( the rays of Jight, seen through a prism tiioii a wall, suggested -tlie acnmiutiu telescope, mid led to the prodigious diseovoxies-iu aslrotioiuy. The in it ion of a speck of dust, it has been said, .may illustrate causes aduuale to generate Worlds. Aniattc Journal. "Wilii Hii.uu fc. On Monday afternoon lust, as Mr. John I'ep'ow wits driving a herd ufu&uu near Whurtuu market, one of Ihein ron at se vural pnrsona iu the market, uud atturwards cuutered away across 'the ItolJo lowards Moy ameusiiig. The infuriated animal run at a fence,, tore it out of the ground, and with a por tion of it on its horns, started dowu the l'ussy- uuk It uud, towaids Mavamensiug 't'rison. I lore-it was seen by Mr. Clmrles 'BroiiLor, who loaded his shot gun, and not having a bullet handy, put in a small uiafble, and killed ,. uniiiml ut the tirst ilkte. t'ltit. Cltronl,-, l)jetor T'ranklin ha some ,uew motions. For example, he '.'..ougl judg ungLl to bo apoitite! l, it,., t .. . ..... f....j.t .1 .i . .i i oh! ,Mm i:l S,(lthl,ul) tt ,u.rc , pr4, prc. , vail iu y u!v. '--!. t the aWe.-l member of ! tLe profesMon, in oi.l. r to get i ,d of him, U t h irc bts practice amcig th. imi h es. AMERICAN. there . no appeal but to force, the vital p,i. iple in. Saturday, May II, is I t. Prom Ihc last Bruthy. Ill NTIXU MO.XKHYS. No country in the world, perhaps, offers such temptations for the true sportsman as India' The quantity of game, particularly in fieugal, exceeds the ino:-t inguiue id?;i9 of on un traveled Briton. Tho f port itself is consider ably more mujctic and more imposing. The wild peacock, the llorikiu, the black cock ot India, arc incomparably beyond the puny game ofthe West. The traveler, who has hunted the tiger, the lion, aud the wild hoar, may al most venture to look down on fox -hunting as a childish amusement. The very dangers w hich environ the Eastern din so give it an excite ment as superior to that of threat Hritain, as the liix-hunt boiihls over the capture of a tame cat, or the destruction of a harmless rabbit. Remember I am an Indian; t speak as an In dian ; I write as an Indian. Were I an An- perly or Nimrod, I might then view the sub ject in a different light. The whole fate ofthe country in the East seems alive. A thousand Fpecies of birds un known in Europe a thousand different kinds of animals, omitted by some of our best zoololo- giAts h thousand venomous, but beautiful rep tiles, vivify the scene. With a gun over the f-lkiuhler, a of objects, ben.les tint.) which are styled legitimate game,' offer themselves toteiiqita shot, (not th.it I ever dad the craving desire which some men feel, merely to kill am) destroy, lor the sake of wanton cruelty.) from their gay phmmge and curious form. 1 was strolling thrui;h a wood 'hii;li up the country,' with my Man1si xi my shoulder, tnv thoughts all entered in llurope, when I heard a curious mii-e iu ii treje aluiort immediately n Ixive me. I lis iked up, and I'.iinu that the1 sounds proceeded from a white monkey, who skipjied ffKu brunch to branch, chattering a- way with delight at Itetkitdin a -fellow-creature of a largi-r growth,' tor so he doeidel;y seemed to consider me. For a inouienls I lik no. notice ot his antics, and walked qun-tly along, till suddenly a large branch fell ut my feet, narrowly escaping my liead. I again paused, and found thut tlie missile hail been dropped by my talkative liriend. Without considera tion 1 instantly turned round, and t.red at him. The rejuirt had sarecly Huuded, wtteu I heard the ova A piercing, the most distressiug cry that ver reached my ears. The agonised shriek ot u young lafant lwrst tVom th little slnre w houi I had wounded. It was with in thirty paces of ne. I could see the w retch ed aiiMiial already stain-d with Won), point to its wound, and again hear its dreadful moan. The hist agony of a hare is harrowing to the tyro, and 1 have semi u yujug sportsman turn pale 'hear wg it. The present cry was, how ever, more distressing. I turnod round, aud eudeavored to hurry away. This, however, I found no en.-y task ; fr, as I moved forward, the unhappy creature followed me, springing as' weH as it could from lungh to bough, uttering alow wailing moan, and pointing at the same time to the sjMit whence the blotsl trickled. Tiie.u fgk-d.g me steadily but mournfully in the face, it soemed to reproach tne v. rtli my wanton cruelty. Again I hastened on, but still it pursued -me. Wlnai i slopped, it stop-d ; when I Attempted to go forward, it ac.cuuia uied me. .Never in the wLule ,couie of-my life did I feel so uaich for a dumb nn:iii:ii ; novor ilsl A so 'keenly rejient mi uct uf tiucu.!-led-for liurliarity. J-'elextuilied leit to albiw the HHir monkey thus to linger in lostme, and ut once to ui:d the aiinviug ceue, I suddenly came to a halt, and lowering my g in, winch was only single-barreled, I was about to re-lotd it for the puqmso of despatching ihe uibiinerl ereature, wlieu, springing from tlie tirte, it ran to within a knit half-a-dir.en jmoes of me, and began to cry so piteou.-ly, and roll itself in agony, icensionatlj picking up earth, with v hi.rh If attempted to stanch the blood by stuffing it inioiLe wound, that, iu spito of my ro: .dut .ion, wln-u I tired 1 whs te hi rvous'I almost u:U:ed my aim, iuliii t ing another wound wh it'll broke the auuvat'b h'g, but notimig more. Again its i-miciug shriek rau ui my ears. J lorril'cd l't yond i n duraHee4 I threw dowu my 'uu, and actually tied. Iu about hik! fun hour 1 returned, for the pur pose ot feldiiiig my Manton, fully j'iueotuig that the poor miuial had le'.f thecal. V Ut, tnen, v. ui my surprise to find a crowd ot non Uys turroun-Ve..,, the v.tw,l:hj s feror. .As I advanced olider lUe sliurle ufiune trees, I stjle Iti'.vt cloeciio rtlioui Ui lore they perceived me, I tiMifc lUnituge tsfihiscircunistiince to otitis lr a iiioiu.'iit, a-nl utch their luwwueiits. 'i'lw atru-'itni monkey was trjiiig out in flit mo.it piteous manner ; the w-re busily -ip!oyed iu tearing open iht wound, tryiug to destroy the already ds'endl'uly maimed mhHwi1. A bliout drove theiu all away, av.e tl-y dying animu). i edkkiiii d-r-lhe little nonkey .w rolbi.g 4u ugony. I took up my gou, which luy j Ui-nh' him. I fancied lie cast one Jonk of I supplictitioti on me, one pruvt r o be relieved and imrnediaie patent nt ihp.timn. kinavx. Vol. II o. Willi, from his misery. I did not hesitate ; without blow of the but-end I dashed out Ins brains. Then turning round, I slowly returned to my quarters, mote profoundly dispirited than I had felt for many mouths. Take my advice, sensible reader, if you must live iu India, never shoot a monkey. MatUflts ofl.ulior. r.'v;i.AMi In England the price of labor va ries. The Nottingham stocking weavers, as stated by them in a public, address, ufter work ing from 1 1 to IU lionrs per day, earn only from fimr to five shillings per week, and are obliged to subsist on bread and water or potatoes and salt. Sc oh.vmi Among the lulioring classes of the industrious Scotch, meat, except on Sundays, is rarely used. Fiiam-k Ofthe people of France, seven and a half millions do not est wheat or whoa ten bread. They live upon barley, rye, buckwheat, chesnutB, and potatoes. The common wages of a hired lubcrer iu France, are 37 GO for a man, and 61S,7.j for a woman annually. The taxes put upon them arc equal toone fifth ofthe licit product. iNonw'AY In Norway the ordinary food for the peasantry is bread and gruel, both prepared ol oulineul with an occasional mixture of dried lish. Meat is a luxury rarely used. 1'olano The common food ofthe pi'.isnntry of Poland, tlie working men, is cabbage and pota toes; sometimes, (not generally.) black bread and soup, or rather, gruel, without the addition oflmtlor er meat. A recent traveller says. "I ha vi! travelled in every direction, tuid never saw a wheatrn loaf eastward of 'the Rhine, in any part of Nothern (ermany, I'olund or Denmark. Ht.NMvKK III Detimnrk the .pea.'-VMitry are ' still held iu lMitlage, and are liought aud sh! together with the land on which they labor. Rt'sstA In Russia the tsHidage of tin? ca srmtry is even more complete than it. is in Denmark The nobles own all thc'land in the empire and the peasantry who reside upon it are transferred with the estate. A great ma jority have only cottages, one portion of which is occupied by the family, while the other is j appropriated to djinestie animals. Few, if any, ha .-e'lteds but sleep upon hare boards or uihjii ' juirts of the immense stoves by which their houses are warmed. Their food e.oiisi.tts .of black bread, cabbage, aud other vegetable.--, M itnoirt the addition jf any butter. Ai'stuia In Austria, the nobles ore-thc pro prietors of the lainl, and the peasants aje com pelled to work for their master every day except Sunday. The cullivat'irs of the soil are in a state of bondage. Swkiikn In Sweden tlie dress of the peas antry is jirescrilietl by law. Their fond con tiists of hard bread and dried fishj without gru el and without meui. Hnitv In 'Hungary, their state is, ii pos sible, atill worse. The nobles own the Jantl, do isit work, and pay no taxes. The laboring clas ps are obliged .to repair all highways and bridges, are liable at nil tunes to Lave soldiers quartered upou them and are com pel led to pay ,oue -tenth of the produce .of their labor to the church and wne to the lord wliose land they occupy. Jkixanu. The. average wg-sof a laborer is from nine uud u half to eleven cents pur day, Their food is ' milk and potatoes," occasionally vu:ied, as one of them dewribes it, by 'pota toes and milk.' Truly may . be said that all over tlo! World, ''hard is the fa-te ofthe labor ing poor." Vet they are the producers of.yl the wealth in everv couutrv. .V. 1. Era. 4Ciltaplis. The dill'tcirlty of excelling Mithisdsartivcnt of liUiruttire, litis caused t to he negi icU'-d In most of imr Americao writer. Indci.-tl, tew authors have had the coutuge pveicto squitit tv wards tliisj.i.e, ,iuoe Doctor Johnson htjuyht one of iik-f'iett g.ms to ht-nr upon 'the sui.ject ; for it is pretty notorious that thij literary r tillerut butlored down the reptl.tini oft-very iipttaii uinker who had ):itii re.loi! him, or V so presuiiiptuoliS (.s to have tliij iiiit'ni.v.oe to he his co'ileuijijiBey. Tims linn li by wy ot'a prel'uc.f..to tin; 'following Djiitap!., ilirtli. rto uu puhliohud 4 whiih a Iriend ajI 's pi'"ff.-M ; U hitve cwpied froin a grMt if. !-: ui itfoliau.l, ul U'R liis tiieiiioly does not ( 1)1 luu.i Jo Jlic Church Vard.iw vvighLh1-! W hk ti i.-. jj.si the bones tt,he heroic detttni t, wleise name and tiiuko sr.e.'iu'jii.hiieii uj .lie.sj yvoid- r Hvn U the body ol 'AU-iamU' Mel'in-'S u, Why wits t Vi'')' e.U4vi.!iii4; iei,iii : He W44wo V'1. biih In 4iu .:.i1,imj; J.,.-', And kept to. ace.iUUeiiuMiU wy .eieau and 'iV' He Wits 'b Al iheii.itlle of Wt.inloo ; lif w s slioi by biilb't4 1'luuip rh.'oui;h lie go 11 ; Jt wiAilj ' 4 lus il.roDl. 4nJ lWhz vut Iht iivrtc t.f tit itcth a. y. 4 nctt Um, 'Come oH heie and I'll li.k -the wholt: t? Von, us the Uv said ven he seed u bvl'Jv l.ll o! ;-uar rtu Vs m a sinqi window. ' -Kill- 1'iticis of Aivi.nnsi;. I square 1 insertion, 1 do 2 do 1 do 3 do . fn no 0 75 1 00 I'very snheijiicut insertion, o sr. Yearly AdveitiHcmcnta, (wifh the privrlece ot sltet.itMii) one column S5 j half coiinnn, $18, three siuarrs, (12; two squares, 9 one soaie, f '. Without llic privilege of alleiatioii a hieral divrnunt will fie nuide. Advertisements It It without directions is 4a the lenqth of time the? are lo be published, wtil bn coininued until ordered out, and charged .aqord-' inrjlv. CjfSite.cn lines maka a square. The reault of a long Uw Suit PersonllV Veeierday morning, a short time before the Circu t Court went into eession, a man enjeftrsd t ie Court room, whose appearance tvasaamis r able as the imagination can well conceit Ilia face was pale and emaciated, and his beand was apparently unshaved for many weeks, if not month. On his head was tlie remains .f a hut, without a crown or brim to it ; the rqj nt nant of tlie cout which he tvoraj had buta ne sleeve to it, and the sleevdleBS de of it ex hibited a naked a-m. Of his pantaloons fJero scarcely existed a fragment, and half the luw cr part of his person wascovercd ky thetaUofcd retiming -of what was once a shirt. The rc-i maiuder of liia apparel waa cutjipooed q a ;air of something like old shoes, which wierejtied to his loot to prevent them falling iotf. He entered the court room with a large tVinihe of papers in his hand and mounted a bepcU atn) commenced reading one of them, But ho had scarcely begun, w'hen an oflicer of tl.cQurt led him very unwillingly out of and i per son who was in the court followed him, to as? certain aomething about one tvliase appear pea waa so appalling. In reply to question .put to him, the unfortunate maniac for such he.. o denLly was, said that he wanted. to make a i0 tion belijre the coiirt in order U ascertain tlia result of a lon iav. .-it that Lc was engugerj in. If, said a ! y -Ui. !- ' si lt' in a i wuiili) ' 1 ft along jw i ..,,........ , Commvrcv. T:n Wuomi Passi:m;i'.h. Tjiere are jtopr pears on the Criiuitml Docket of the tjencnl Sessions for the present lurni, two men ot the name ot Abraham Johnson, aud three jnen of the name of William Taylor. Yesterday one ofthe Abraham Johnson's was tried li.-r the o ther, and although he asserted that it was all a mistake, and that he was not tlie .iuaq, it way not until the evidence had doted that it was ascertained that he was not the real Simon Fore The same thing occurred with oue oftjie WrL Itaui Taylor's yesterday. One IWty Taylor was arVaig;ied tor another. There's something in a name. It ia one thiug to he tried :f r horse stealing and a notiu-r ttii4jg Ui be tried for tU larceny of a turnip. J'liil. Chron. 1'ish withol'' J'ts. Mr. 3. l?, lliinks, iii cicsciiliiiiw iJ MuuMitoll 'avu in l'.ilmoiisuti County Ky,, nict) litijs the m- iliat juany fislics, vithoti eyes, have been taken in the river Styx, which runs through tlie -cave. 'Vtt were not lunuiiatc onough to sec oivcf s;i vfi he, 'as none liail Luon cauJjt tor several weeks. 'I .conversed Wilii I)r, I'm icr, of Ijowlinji Green, otj the sub wict, w ho inttarmeci tnc that Jvs iiad one d tlieiu in his jiossession j that lie hag) dissected theJiead, and examined every ;irtof it with a microscoiC, ond lu) lrafie,s of any organs of vision could Jj detdcied. They are called b)j,ad lish, rt ahmtrt four nr ,Cve inches lone, aivj are white and transparent. Tlie iivu-s, (irc.ijlatian,.ic. are redily discerticd )y the naked eye through their whole siU. stance:' Doubt not, reader ! for 'liter.t are more wonders in heaven and eartl than were ever dreamed of in y.ojf diilosnihy JKas1villc Whig. C'onx On.. "We observe, by a west ern tajier, thata jKiutbcr of bands 4 coiii jj have heeu sont on frin Ui!jjo.t SCew York. It js said to be aw c.vceL Idiit cotiiuioriity burning as brilliatitly as lire purest sperm, wiijio.ut etnitti;) any of the olfensive aior of ordinary oil If .lit is new discjovry sjiould provjn suivvessful as those tiest aci)uaint,C(j w.itli it contend that it w ill tlie vast stirphissafee of;or,n w hich jsflow' iaisct in this country, and so jyuic-ii ,of whirl is made uito ulcoitollic oisn, may bt converted into .a rojitable and tocne fiyj ius.'j. toiiester De-uwrut. WiuL4i tSAMH HK4ion.--Thc bai jt. Dragon, wJwch arrived this port yes, V'nl.iv, now lys in tlie stream, ht-p K w f noHjrt:d in cuttuig in and fryi'ij ut i he blubber of four sperm w hales, cytilit by i ojf ilm caaat of Xorlf l -ij!iija. The Captain states that if nil the ships in NewI5edford Jjad been. li the gruLuid, iiy migiil each Uut had a whale, so numerous was Ui school. ( i 5 a uu(t.a I I Hel in. 'yhc I,ilterta Herald oi the 31st o 1 Kxeinlier a s : NVithin the lust fiv,c vvcuiw.at leas igiii.vM thousand -a Hoiw .of oil navy bccwi 4hip od Irowi this place aloue, jt .111 it ion to the usual ipvatirtatiesif catu wood, ivorv) , tv-c.' V'e hear ihartargv yuwikUties fia,ve been shijiped ,lt,otu J3.as; sm uJsu. Ilis honor, he Lieutenant Clovcrnof hpsilt iD pleased lo appoint T.husday, the tiru prowOj a day uf pybHc ;thanks gtvinij.