Richard Nugent, Editor
The whole art ok Govehxment consists in the aut of being honest. Jefferson.
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JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER
Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms.
The Tmstees of this Institution, have the
isure of announcing to the public, and par-
darly to the friends of education, that they
. engaged Ira B. Newmax, as Superinten-
it and Principal ot their Academy.
t'he Trustees invite the attention of parents
. I guardians, wbo have children to send from
ne, to this Institution. They are fitting up
building in the first style, and its location
m its retired nature is peculiarly favorable
. a boarding school. It commands a beauti-
:lul view ot the Delaware nver, near which it
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in - siiuaieu, ana me surrounamg scenery sucn
i s the lover of nature will admire it is easily
cessible the Easton and Mi I ford Stages pass
dailv, and only 8 miles distant from the latter
j ace, ana a more saiuorious section oi coun-
y can nowhere be found. No fears need be
itertained that pupils will contract pernicious
111 tbits, or be seduced into vicious company it
fi removed from all places of resort and those
Si iiucemenis to neglect tncir stuuies tuai are
h irnished in large towns and villages.
Board can be obtained very low and near the
cadcmy. Mr. Daniel W. Dingman, jr. will
-. tke several boarders, his house is vervonve-
i ledmte care
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!:ott,fienorimeni ana gnaruiansnip over ins pu-
ds, afford the best security for their proper
t r.nduct, that the Trustees can give or parents
and guardians demand.
The course of instruction will be thorough
ilapted to the age of the pupil and the time
l.e designs to spend in literary pursuits. Young
ion may qualify themselves for entering upon
l ie study of the learned professions or for art
tvanced stand at College for mercantile pur
tits, for teaching or the business of common
u. useful will be preferred to ornamental stud
's, nevertheless so much of the latter attended
as the advanced stages of the pupil's educa
m will admit. The male and female depart
; nt will be under the immediate superintend-
rice of the Principal, aided by a competent
tale or female Assistant. Lessons in music
In til be given to voune- ladies on the Piano
; a j O - -
:i orte at the boarding house of the principal, by
i experienced and accomplished Instructress.
Summer Session commences May 4th.
U ard for Young Gentleman or Ladies with
the Principal, per week, $1 50
lipils from 10 to 15 years of age from $1 to
'iition for the Classics, Belles-Lettres, French
&c, per quarter, 2 00
I.xtra for music, per quarter, 5 00
N7. B. A particular course of study will be
vi irked out for those who wish to qualify them
- Ives for Common School Teachers with ref-
rence to that object ; application made lor
achers to the trustees or principal will meet
. mnediate attention,
Lectures on the various subjects of study wil
h '. delivered by able speakers, through the
course of year.
By ordorofthe Board,
DANIEL W. DINGMAN. Pres't
Dingman's Ferry, Pike co., Pa., May 2 1840
From the Louisville Journal.
The spoilsmen came down like the wolf bri the fold,
And their train-bands were rev'ling on ill-gotten
And Benton's hoarse howl on the gale did resound
Like the deep deadly yell of ihe blood scenting
Like leaves of the forest wherisumriieris green.
In the year 'tliirty -nine' their bought banners were
Like leaves of the forest when autumn hath blown,
In March " forty-one" they lay withered and
For freedom's proud bird spread his wings on the
Aud the breath of his wrath laid them low as he
And the eyes of the Yanites grew deadlv and
And Sub-Treasurers legs forever grew still,
And there lay sad Amos distorted and pale,
With a curse on his lip and a gripe on the mail,
And there lay Calhoun with his nostrils all wide,
And the " galvanized corps" lay stark by his side.
rVnd there lay poor " Pickin" arid Duncan hard by
With the Globe in his hand and a drop in his eye
And the kitchen was silent; Ihe cabinet flown,
The cravat of the humbugger hung there alone.
And the wail of the Scullions is loud in thtiir wo,
The " footstep" is vanished, the " follower" laid
And the popular might hatli the spoiler expunged,
The might of tho freemen hath freemen avenned.
Taking the Census.
" Do Vou live here sir" said a gentleman of
easy address-, and of some official importance-,
who carried a blank book in one hand and held
a silver pencil in the other " do you lire here
sir 1" said he addressirig the male" occupant as
he uuceremoniously poked his head into an Ir
ishman's shanty in the suburbs of the bity, yes
terday. " Do I what said the Emeralder somewhat
students wiUJu?re-heej - - Botiu live here sir?-sW the gentleman,
.re of the Principal, Affiose reputa- m i - t . , lnck i v
you see a wooden pavin stone, you spyin spal
peen, said Jrat, apparently much enraged
" where else would I live ? Isn't this me owri
house, and isn't me house me castle ? What
right have you to trispass on my primisis, and
step in without saying 'be yer lave, or ' God
save all here,' jist as if ye were an estated gin-
-- A -L- .... X-
"My deaf sir" said the visiter. '1 did not
riome here with the view of unnecessarily in-
truding on you, I am employed to take the cen
sua, aim uauic ij lane vuuia auu juui lamuj o.
'To take mesinsis! give me a charm 1
suppdse put your comliether on me ! Oh ! pur
summin to vou, vou decavm rascal ! do you
want to make an omddhawn or art idiot of me ?
Clear out of me concams, or I'll be after giving
you apohhogue, that'll take your sirisis," and he
made a scientific
Donnybrook fair-style, who requested him riot
to nut his threat into execution but permit him
- - j-
He told Patrick that ho was employed by the
neonle to ascertain the number of people who
reside in the citv. and that he merely called
in pursuance of his vocation, to learn how ma
ny his family numbered.
'And is that all you want V assuming i
less bellegirent tone.
" No more" said the gentleman with the book
'And why the divil didn't you say so at first?'
said Pat and I'd tell it while a cat 'ud be atin' a
ha'porth o' butther. Stay, let me see and he
(becan to scratch his head to assist his mem-
ory : ) there's meself and Nelly that's one."
'You and Nelly are two said the gentleman
making his memorandum at the same time.
Well there's more of yer assurance said Pat
Do you know belher lhan the priest! Didn't he
tell us the night that we wor married that we
wor one 1
Well, I II not argue the question with you
said the gentleman 'proceed.
Well thin said Pat, theres the four gossins
that's livin, and Brian and Teddy thats dead ;
theres Nancy that's at home with her grand
mother in Ireland : and the two colleens that's
wid ua : there s pig ana tne ouia mare ana
All persons indebted to the late firm of Stokes 6j
Jtroivn, are requested to make payment on or be,-
i re the first day of July next, or their accounts
M ill be left in the hands of a Justice lor collection
Mav 29, 1840.
riPlIE Subscriber, in addition to his Fall sup
1 ply has just received a full and complete as
:tmentof GOODS admirably adapted to the sea
"n, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery.
Hard and Hollow Ware,
TEEL, NAILS, and NAIL RODS, in fact a
omplcte assortment of all kinds of goods usually
cpt in a country store, all of which he is dispose
' " sell at moderate prices.
B. Grain and Country produce, White and
ellow pine boards will be taken in exchange ; al
i oak joist, &c. &c.
WILLIAM EASTB URN.
troudsburg, Jan. I5th1840. '
'That will do sir' said the census taker stop
ping him at the same time who had taken a note
of the actual number of Pat's family, 'Good
'O safe journey to you me darlin! said rat.
' Nothing said the stranger and he vanished.
N. O. Picayune.
1 What would you take,' said a cliap
lately to a waggish friend, 'to read the
speeches which have been delivered
in Congress during the last winter?'
'What would I take? rep led the wag.
1 I'd take about two years.'
Prepared for the JelTersonian Republican.
The County was formed in March 1752,
and the first election held in October but one
member allowed to represent it.
1753 William Parsons.
'54 James Burnsides.
'55 William Edmonds.
'56 Wm. Allen, of Philadelphia; arid when he
declined, Wm. Plumsted,als'o of Phila.
'57 William Plumsted.
!58 Lbdbwick Beetihg.
'5d do. do. v ,
v'60 . , do. db& .
'61 John Mobre. '
'62 do. db; ; - .'-.
'63 John Tool.
'64 George Taylor:
'65 do. do.
'66 do. do. ,
'67 do. do.
'68 do; dd. .
'69 do. do.
'70 William Edmond
'71 do. do.
'72 do. do.
'73 do. do.
'74 do. do.
'75 Two members were granted to the Co.
f George Taylor, And during the ses
J Peter feichline, ! sion a bill was passed
j James Allen, for two others, being
L Jbhri Arndt, J four in alll.
'76 By thb Hew Constitution, six members
were apportioned to llie Co:
John Van Campen.
'77Peter Rhoads, .
John Van Campeii.
'78 Peter Rhoads,
Christopher Waggon erj
Johii Van Campen.
'79 The number of members redUcM:td five
John Van Campen,
1780 Pbter Rhdads,
'81. Jonas Hartzell;
'82 Jdnas Hartzell,
'83 Jacob Arndtj
'84 John Ralston,
'85 Robert Traill,
'86 The number of members reduced to four.
'87 Peter Trexler,
'88 Peter Trexler,
'89 Peter Ealer,
'90 Jacob Eyerie,
'91 Jacob Eyerie,
'92 Same as last year.
'93 George GralT,
. Otitis r
-V, , , s,
Jonas Hartzell, ,
'94 Stephen Balliet,
Joseph Martin. ,
'95 Same as last year.
'96 Stephen Balliet, , :
c John C(bolbaugii. r.
'97 Jacob Eyefle, ,.
'98 Thomas Mawhorter
Abralkm korn, . ' ,
'99 John Coolbaugh;
1800 Same as last year.
'01l William Bainet,
y Jacob N'eyhart, ,
f , Richard BrodheaU.
'02 John Ross,'.
'03 William Littimore,
3ohh Rossi , j
'04 William Lattimore;
. . Matthias dress.
'05 George Acker,
,. , Abrahaiii Rinker.
'06 Same as last year:
'07 William Barnei
- r ' .
'OS Ntiitibei' of members increased IB "five;
Jacob Neyhart, '
Daniel W. Dingman.
'09 Same as last year:
!10 do dol.
i 1 Henry AVihters
Daniel W. Dinginah,
'12 Daniel W. Dirtgmahi
'1 3 Daniel W. Dingmarij
Henry Winters -Phillip
'14 George Wolf,
'15 Lehigh county separated from the district
and the number of members reduced to 3
'10 David Rosh,
'17 Isaac Dimmick,
'18 Isaac Dimmick,
;19 Daniel Dimmick,
'20 Daniel Dimmick,
Henry Fenner, ,
'21 Same as last year.
'22 James Kennedy,
N. B. Eldrcd,
C. J. II utter.
'23 N. B. Eldred,
C. J. Hutter,
' William G. Scott,
'24 C. J. Hutter,
William G. Scott,
'25 Same as last year.
'26 N. B. Eldred,
Peter Ihrie. jr.
'27 N. B. Eldred,
Peter Ihrie, jr.
M. R. Butzi
'28 William Overfield,
M.,R. Butz, t
, Abraham Ilortv , . - . ,is
'29 Number of members increased "to lour
pavd D. Wagener,
M. R. Jiutz, .
'30 Samuel Stolces,
jpavid t. Wagener,
- Thomas Fuller.
'31 Samuel Stokes,
Thomas Fuller, .
.. PhUip Lynn., . .
'32 John Westbrook,
M. R. Butz, . r
'33 Adam Daniel,
, C'.,E. Weygandt.
'34 Jedaiah Irish
'3d John Huston; . v A .:
Jsaac Stout, ,.-- , "... '
C. E. Weygandt,
N. A. Woodward. . .......
'36 Pike and Wayne separated from life district
arid the number of members rcducedfto tlirFe.
Joseph Hirst, 1 -r
. William L. Sebring.
'37 Same as last year.
'38 R. E.. James, . - . -
Richard Brodhead, jr
M. W. Coolbaugh.
'39 John Flick,
M. W. Coolbaugh, . r. ;
Richard Brodhead, jr. '
, It thus appears that those who have'servedFtherr
Ion nest terms are -
Thomas Mawhorter, for 10 years. --
? r-' '
George Taylor j
D. W. Dingman,
'.it fia 'y - '
v ' ; r
New CUjIBErlaxd, (Pa.) June,ff.
A laughable incident occurred in
this county some time since, the cir
cumstances of which we give just as
we got them from one who professed
to be acquainted with the transac
tion. An old gentleman farmer who
had two or three very pretty daugh
ters, was so very cautions of his
charge that he would not permit
them to Iteep company with the
young men ; however, they adopted
the following expedient to enjoy the
company of their lovers, without the
knowledge of their father. After
the old man had retired to rest, the
girls would hang a sheet out of the
window, which was quite a distance
from the ground, and the beau would
seize hold of the sheet, and with the
assistance of his lady-love, who tug
ged lustily at the sheet above, would
thus gain an entance ; but it so hap
pened that one evening the girls hung
out the sheet rather too early for
the old gentleman, by some ill-wind
was blown around the corner, and
spying the sheet could not conjecture
the meaning of its being there so
he took hold and endeavored to pull
it down; the girls above, supposing
it to be one of their beaux, began to
hoist, and did not discover their mis
take until the head of the old man
was level with the window sill, when
one of them exclaimed "Oh! Lord!
it's Dad! and, letting go their
hold of the sheet, souse came the
old man on the hard ground and
stories below, dislocating one of his
shoulders, which convinced him that
his efforts to make old maids, out of
his daughters was a matter not so
easily accomplished, and withdraw
ing all further opposition to their
keeping company, he was soon a
father-in-law Freeman's Advocate,
History is the epitaph of nations,
serving not alone to honor the mem
ry of the dead, butnting, if right
ly read, a pregnantorflltthe liv
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