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JUlil IQ. et ili71, tT3f'jw- t ì),ru e r. ó jr. Ir. J I.tbir. it DrJ'r!frnnrnl." rt..t nria ,n f - ri ir.r.Li Mfc trrtirr,e to nv inv IMirff ninrirt qu 1 trti o ibisl or.e d'.'tr (or ot ,n.jti that ititortt, tl'.en l'hit I fry in 4tr4 . f it il,rif cìm r.J r n, rr 'ro-g bern cevni of armili and firn TU'v fci re umcj rffit n2 : tn I rotf inff the Kinj'i Carta han rtfapv iirif or ! ir.nf irniifr iirir.n . i.i'rn. artijci i;'iik uir m ! in i-r4 mn,rifr,i! ry ( ir p-mer to gain M my rovai rr.at.trr the ' t,rrj'w.sh tf-.-rm the dar.firra.if it.c ficij. Irfti.,n f li a e, hard y people, whose rj r,! .f: aJÌVc tt .n hi If ri ir.c tt in rniigf il ir il r et il ibotild lipen, Wlii t,..j$ i,j ù. calami! ri 1 .(fi I in iffrjwfu'.r i r iiii rmirr; ki ur- bern common t b 'tii fr-m the comìucìI; 'cr.l hir ti, I ih-rlarc to iur 1,iUMh, f t!.i M,r.tiv." jl "uKl e henfuily ubimi lo rea ter A they ktre brert ta)j.t io rrijr- jcshmim- and indigni tir, (if grrater ran the r iprrWt n-i re not vet ini -u"tj ! b drviwd,) thn to any I bave vet under w,,5j t!e ilur .f l.befty, thrr ire bi.r.J : gotte." To le Continue.! t l'.e. ' t. k'ifif' sr.rrr bave rrcrivrj ft"m the ! Kj-h trJer and lawyrrt inr.rf the avi!) ffovrrtiTirni t .ik p're. le i r.ilufr t uf fme they re re alou of ibeir triti "ri. They are vrry ignorali! ; it Wii thr ,'i- f the Ffrccb (iovrrnrnrnt t krrp fliern ; trw nr nAiif cin res i. Frinirne riryrr rriiii(!ci io finsHa, li'! fcd'T wr (t xK,rin ( il. Tht'ir vrprrii'iti fof lise rfiftÌ.HkJ i in roi.)Hi..n t tiiCìf itf riofirtrr ; it ul pr-ibalily tircrrast t tiu-y UrCMrt enlijbtenrJ, J.r iìr- Clcrgy line f o( nrn bir:h i"J iliitrstr : thry ifp iww if hsrrr! IV om kupp! ie ti Kccle&i tf front Fruire, itiat onlrr ( men wiil Ire une more ami unire contrmpiibie, pro v .!.-.! U.ey ire imi expMJ l i jrrM f ulion.' "I bave ilreaJy letctile) ihe state ofihe Homan Cìerjry iti lite retori I bave ma.ie t jur Lortìsh'p'i olftce ni lt3; itwouM ihrn In uwMiuou t say my more nu thai tuhjoel'inasmucli ai tl.rre liai been ni rliar.ge (.iure ttif ti. " 1 im lotaiiy iitiirant of lite exislence f any c"nsi.ieriti!eiJirJeriiii ihe Coliny il vve exrepl ti. e oulra,j,s cominitleJ an Mr. Walker a magistrale at Montrea!. I bave airraJv put a lìctail fftliii horrible alìair brfore the Kins't nffìfera in my In ter lo thrI,on!n of trini e 2 nj March, 17Cj. I bave annexeil lo ibis reputi a cnjiy ni ibi leUerfor f'ear il has noi icacbi'J your I.nri!!iip. " DinorJer and divioion fmm die nature of ibini, coniti not in avoidetl in attempi ing lo rulabliiib lite ci vii juveriiinent in (-anatìa, iijrcealily l i my irtstruclions, wbin' ibe troops who roiKpiereJ and pov rfned tbc cmntry (or l'our years, remained yrl in il. Tbey tvere rnminaiided by an oilicer, wlm, by lb civil itabli.slunent liad becn depriveJ of the govcrnment "I il aif tbe provir.re, and who rrniaiut'it in rvery reti j ieri, inderK'txU'nt of ttiat estab lishment. Magiulraten were to he triade, and juriea to be composi'd, out ed 4i0 cor. teinptibJe hettlers and irailors who liad come lo take up iheir abode in thi coun try. itUcasyto conceive bow ibe nar pow ideas and iunoranre of sudi men must oili'iid any Wos, more eujiecinily llmse who bave ao lonj; jjoveriiej tbem, and inow ibe rncari irotn tv hich tbey were elevateli, it would be very unreasonable lo supjtotte tbat Mieli men ivould noi be t'ager lo khow li.nv amply tbey possessed it. As ihere vere no barrarks in the country, the cuarterine of tlie iroops fur iiinlied perpetuai ipporlunities of display-: insj iiii'ii importante and ranconr. Ibe Canadian Noblesse vere bated, ber a use tbeir Lirlh and behaviour enlitled lliem lo respect; and the peasanta were alihorred, Iwcause tbey were saved froni tbe oppres sori tbey were tbreatened wiih. I he preientmenl ni tbe grand jury al Quebec, juiu ibe trulli of tbfse remark bevono1 liòubt. Tbe silence of the King's servanis to the (iovernor'a remonstranees, in con equence of ll.eir preìentment, thongb bis Secret ary was sent la tbem on pnrpose to expeditc an explanation, contributed to cncniirajje tbe dislurbers of the pesce. " Tbe irnpropcr cimice and nnmU'r of tbe civil oila-ers sent out Iroin England, encreased tbe inuietule of tlie colony. Inttrad of men ol cenius and tniaintèd mora!, the very reverse were appointed 'n the mwl importata nfTicrs; and it was inipossible lo conimunicate, ibrough ihem, tbose impressiiin of ihe dignity of gov. ernnient, !iy wbich alone mankind can he lieìj togclherin society. The judge pitched up n to conciliate tbe rninds of 73,000 foreigner to ibe lawg and jrovernmenl of Great Dritain, wa taken from a iailen- lirely ignorala ot civil law, and of tbe lan guageof the inp!e. The Atty. Cen. wiib renard to tbe languageof tbe people wa not belter quablied. " The officerà of Secretary of ibe Tro vince, Uejjiiter, Clerk of 'tbe C'ouncil, Commissionerà of Siores and provisions, Provost Martial, &c, nere given bv patenti to men o( interest in England wlm let tbem out to ibe best bidder, and so lit tle did theyconsidcr ihe capacity of tbeir represealatives, that noi one oftbeaun derstood the languasje of the natives. A jh salary wa annexed to these paient p!acei, the valoeof tbem depended U)on ibe fee, vhich by my instructions I wa ordered lo estab!i,h equal to ih ose oftbe riebeit ancient colonie. Thi heavv tax and tbe rapaeity of tbe Engluh Uwvers' vrere everrly feit by the oor Canad'ian; bui ihey paliently iubmiitej, ar.d,thoueh nimulated to dispute il bv tome of tbe i.ccntious traders trom New York, tbrv cbeerfoHy otyH ihe Stamp art, in hnpè ihat their j;ìoJ behaviour would recom r.ierni thern tothe favor aad protection of ibeir iovereien. " A ihe Council ì-ìi of the Province, ao3 bkewise my answer to the complainu rr.aJe agtictl ray aJraicuvtraiion, Lave been UMTE1 STATES A NI) CANADA. The follnwine, a!o, wouìd not be a hnd rxtrart fr him, provided he char.jr the acme troni Toronto to ome one of fuir thotisanJ citie : (httrairt on Ihe prìniing Office. Therr will fc ko riot Ik a wt.oie pane of già in our printing office. Ori four diVrrnt occa- ion bave tbe itifuriated parlizanof and Mr. , aturked our premise, at night, and nabed ibe wiiidows villi larce ktonei. Tbin, il will l-e recrdlected, in the capital ofUp;rr Canada, uniler tbe iurveiilanre of the Oovernor and Mayor and city aulhorities. We bave txtiietto treated these assauits with con tempi. I bey are pettine too lrejiient v e stiai: ailoiv the wiì.i!"ws lo rema in in tbeir presenl condition. a a btanilinp ad vertiitement of tl, mrv v&tem pf tliacuss in? iHilitieal prinriples. Tbe Montreal Herald of the 22.1 sta teg tbat warrants wiil bhortlv issue l'or the confi-ication and sale of projierty hdoncing to individuals who bave been lound euilty of high ireason. Tbeconfiscation will no't to tbe lìronertv of refueees Bl Fort IIt.-ar, June 9, 1839. Dar Ftifndt: notv (ake Ibi nppor tuniiy to comriiunicate lo you i ti al l am veli and in a jood spirili a can bv expec ted coniidrrinjf tlie circamstniifi's in wbich I ani plared. I bere 8jeara lo he bui itiìe probabiotv of tu? t ver seeing anv of ex temi, vhich the liei ahi is alllicted rrnrc uf ( I liii"e 1i inct l imi in n:n ther and lieiter vorld wbere te'ar3 bai! he . 'r'" tjvern sleam uhip, which wiiK-d from ali faers ami eirbinc and sor. 18 0"""? hfre in a few days, s by ali ac rov sbill te no more. I cannoi write to co"n,s fiorai ifiair. Tbougb not wholly voii ali tbat lied: no. ili n.nro ii,a i rnmpleted, ber ìiassaire list is alreadv lui could leil you if I could bave the pleasure . erf . Is '8krn In through pori holes cut of ipeakinu witb you face to face. I feci 10 ,)('r HllJe lor vpt.iioberts trnys she sha an aurancc tbai I bave an interest in ih.Mw "'ran. Around ber .plendid machine blooiof Chro.1. which is a comfort tbnt i r.v, level ivitb tbe cabin saloons, 13 a brass freelv olTereJ the boudman as well ns ibe "''way for a promenade to eee ber move free. To vou tbat nrofess to know ih- '"fnt, without interrupling the men. Her funnel is six leet through, and one may walk in it erect with bis hai on. A. Y.Pap JYOKTEI AlIKi:iA SWANTON, JULY 10, 1839. waysollbe Lord and to waik tberein, I bid you (ì k! ejx'ed; you tbat are yet in tbe gali of bitterness and the bonds of ini- quity, seek tbe Lord whilst he mav be lound, tbat il may be well with you in thi life and the life to come. The" relig ioni ol Jesus is wbat you will feci ihe rieed nf Koonir or I.i1r i!iunrl m n-l.nt I ...n you. Jose.h and Experience Habcock, Jdvertisementi on ihe last page. Tros you are entrusted with tbe care of bringing pi'ctus of Nackcnzie's Gazelie. upmycbild. On account of my little ex- Horse stolcn from Mr. Lachapelie, Si pein-mc i hiiaii imi venture to give any Marc L.C. to vonr wisdom and Poodn.4. J History of the Insurrection in Canad Margaret, my dear child, tbis is proba- Kor Ba,e by A- D'olet. h!y the last correspondence you will ever A new TheoryIIunt'g Bolanic Pills receive irom me, you nave been truly un- for sale by Lorenzo Perry, lortunate; you are not even vears old. ivr 1 1 r i i t , n yet you bave losi .OI,r Mother, Hro.ber ìIa,L,e 7 Al 'CUlt" and Si. ter, and your Faiber is confine.) in ootsand bhoes for sale by F.Ars Arsineaux i '"' imi innni . uni I it Iwillavail mvselfof ibi ,,,;, ,.r ot tmpathv. 1 he people of . . j: 1 "i l """J , ., ,. . eiving vou a lev word of ad vice, tbat I er,nnni "ave llie naine ol being Sympa tope may he ti se lui to you. Obev tbose thizcrs, anJ it is a lille thev mai well he tbat bave tbe care of you with cheerful- proud of. It belongs on!y io subjecls who ness and forget not tbe eratitude vou owe L : i . r. J . . tbem. Ilonor them bv vonr rrMn.Ì K.. !,...; . "V.,U.- , . , onr; sudi tiabits as vou contrnrt ,vl.n ",c "euvi-n-mmi benumeni io rulicule it you will he bkelv to re. e wish now to test the orinan e in ibis tain when you ore old, tberefore let them town, in tbis County, and througbout the State. We .visti to see what tbey will do for Wm. L. Mackenzie Esq., once, the bonored and honorable Mayor of Toronto, be good. I remain your afTectionate father. Faretvell to vou ali. JOHN CRONKIHTE. ItMeta Cth!ict t a wsiatac, e tccoaoi f iti rLiea, Lt. T.ir.lmf;n,in,i. i.-- "v uu.cOMuiig an AiUlMilUAIN UU- - -- -i j .7 k. , ii i r ivr - .. nebec .lournnlof Mav 21st. we nnbliUied ULUiN' hecanse be loved Liberty more the letter ol Mr. Stevenson, our Ministcr t,ian lie 'eare the minionsofa Queen ni 1,011,1011, mi dn exiract Irom a commu- Americans ! we appeal to you, has the ....,.. ... M.f.n, , aunersion Ol Aprii 3, Jm.fl nf r.ihrh, Lernm I. proposing a pini commission to survev and , ..J . ' '. . J cetile the Nortbeasiern Konndarv im.. fu'y"c Uid the t alliers of American In frollì which we learned tbnt tbe Hriiikli dependence declare tbat " LIFE. f.IRP.R. uovernmeni nari sutmmted to ours, a TY, AND TUE PURSUIT OF HAP "drall o a convention l'or the Dunose of diwpci, , , . rejulatin tbe oroceedina, nf 1 " ' L : ' were not among the Inaliew n I ' l " UH. I,W . sioners." Until ' recently we bave been ABLE KlG,1TS 0F Mk!i' ! AVrhy then in ignorance of ihe nature of this "draft," are lne servantsof the nation ailowed to oui are now cnmpeiicd lo say tbat our deviate at this early period from these i im si uiiin ciicuaioiis re i u v rea i7eil b i i . ... arenot ableto infor.n nJJLIZ L 1." n,oal essent,al Pnnc,l' Republican thority ol ihe precise termi of tbis draft ' inst,tu,I0ns at a Urne too when the eyes but can say that thev are vholhi imulmiL ol"a11 Europe is uiion you, waicbinr the ..fi. " j ... - " IlOie. rPRIl'l 111 (hai custpm ni P.i,o.n ...L!.L M. li.. .1 .1 . . " '".tnillicill WIIICII r. rorsvth. fhi Ti Q r .i - - ... w. j. -unir i v il man .mt nn r. . . ..m sia: linK:l,- i . l"c-Y -v" -iibiun u mere expennient. Il and Council ore in session Vi,;i.. ;.. arl"trar.V power instead of the will of the Portland last week.be bada conferenre PeoPle is ailowed to become the eunreme wiib (ìov FairCeld, Mr. Williams, Gov. law of the land, wbat shall become of Free Kent, Col. Davis and others. who mei him ,Im ? ir,k:. , . tbere on bi im italinn . ', -un.aiv puwer 13 aHOWCU tO tbem the pmpnsition of tbe Briiiah Gov- SC Wh 8re entrusted he execu- ernment. 1 bey were nnanimous in the -vour laws l,ow ÌOfìS will it be be- opinion ihat Maine could not agree to it, ore "tbitray lavs will be required to meet ...u ..ry ,rS.ruea il oniy as calculated, il the growing spirit of absolutism Look not designed, to make a urther and Kevpr-r r .. Ul''- l,ook testof ihe Client forbeartncVo Tor example, at the od.ous neutrality law ; by delnying any equirable settlement. ' un r co,or of lhat 'aw w.e have been rob- What action ibe Governor and Cminrll hed and insulled. Protected bv thnt ln, rriay takeon tbesubject.'wedo not konw, officerà in the interest of a foreign nower bui understand that ibe Governor and ti,- , , , . 1 other gentlemen who u-.r. ,. , J" . 1 ,u ' ""r ri,u Know.eofe, se.zed and Portland, compiimi with Mr. Forsvibv dlsPosed ' private property belonging to request, hy making a rminter nroonsiiinn American citizens. By anthoritv ofihi suchasthey thought Maine would agree law, unoffending individuala hàve been ,i. j r -i . .... uiaKSi-u uom loeir nomea, meir business I 1.1 r CMo.-AcconntsfromBlon .h.v. ana ine,r 8ering families to a drearr hv . . der represent theemigration tothe western Pr,son- Mate, and particularly lo Michigan, to be The lime was when an American Gene- cont.nu.ng w.tl, great activity. The To- ral could felini .-, ronio Exammer state a sinrrle inslanre in : , ' .. . . . " . wbich 100 men, who h,d been emplòyed ti wn.ch the U. S. were in ilcAdamizinir road. hai Bl peace, ano tnere tisht them. W ilmut fr- I I d States. The sanie paoer containn "hjecting himaelf to impn'sonment for n traci from a letter.from tbe London hreach of neutrality ; bui now a chance of vir.g ..(Ito tbe west in quest of a free Pov- ,ornZn re'ugee to return lo hi country ernment lhat will administer just and equa! ll,t're orSan'ze,ljeyond the jurisdiction òf an. iiusisme reason tbey pive Uovermnent, a torre in order to rerain haveyel hojs of Lord Durham doin'g American Declaration "pledged iometbirg for the country." The editor of their ,lves their fortune aud their sacred v. r .... . -". . .... r ,r bf,ou!a aip;ay iau among hi nonor." ihe lime was when a force ciberete, of our mpoMible gov- could be cpenly and publiclv erg a uized in ti lT io invade Texas wh.le none but tbe mot amicabie rrlationi rxisted be twren ibi country and Mexico; but ex jcdiency now require tbat Mr. Macketiie sball be incarcerated ISmonlhs in pnsm for an alkged breach oftbe sanie laws ol neutrality wbich then existed. Consislen cv, thou art a jewel ! W. L. Mackenzie has labored hard in the cause ol freedem these 20 years, and he rrally nierits more generong treatment at tbe t. itids of Americans. He has lui lered Iosa of home, loss of property, and ali sorts of privations in bis own country, and now to be sliown into adungeonin a land of freedom is vhat he could not bave expected. He has been a man always accustomed to active lile, and it is a chance if a damp celi and want of exercise does not, in bis advanced age, prove deslructive lo bis healih. Il any man nierits sympa- ihy it is he. Ibose who would render ivi r. M. any service should come forward and subscribe forhis Gazette. (See prospectus last page.) Extra copie of the Gazette containing his trial have been received at this oflicr, and will be sold for the benefit of Mr. Mac kenzie. This trial is one oftbe most im portant that ever took place in the United States, and should be read by every Amer ican. It occupies a considerale jiart ol two Gazettes. Price 6d each The following remarks on the imprÌ3on ment of XV. L. Mackenzie by Solomon Soulhwick Esq., show that tbere is yet one American Editor true lo the doctrines laid down in the Declartion of Indepen- dence. &5-A FOUL STAIN. Vv hen Washington rctired Irom the Presidency, or when Jefferson took the seat which he had nobly resigned, hadjany man told us, that we should live tosee men of tbis or any country or dime, tried and condemned, in our country, as eliminala for fighting, or urging- oibers to fighi lor human freedom, and human rights, we should bave thought sudi a man a false propbet. :l not a lool or a mad man. We did, it is true, see honest men imprisoned lor epeamng the truth, under the Sedition Law, during the elder Adams's adminisira- lion. And we have now lived to see two men, one a brave but unfortunate alien and an exile, ibe other a fellov-citizen, of whom we know nolbinir. tried. convicted and imprisoned, for doing no more than Kosciusko did, La Fayette did, Washing ton did, and Warren, and nome hundred thousands more of our brave and virtuous ancestors did! Here ia tbe record, which hereal'ter stain one page of our bistorv to tbe remolest aes. Southwick's Fami ly Newspapcr. ISNORANCE IN UPPER CANADA. The Cause. XVe extract tbe following impor- tant admissions from an U. C. paperi There can be but little doubt. that. in future. Americans will be entirelv nrohihit. ed from teaching common schooìs in Canada. It is our candid and deliberate onininn formed from dose observation, that three fifthsofthe parents in this Dietrict, are totally iridiflerent as to whetber their chi!. dren are educated or not; and would he absolutely unwilling to cive u their lime even if the Government would be at tbe ex! pense ot both board and tuition ; and the reason is perfectly oliviousibev have ar rivedata prelty secu re state ofindenend- ence, in regard to property, without edu cation themselves; tberelore tbey cannot see any extraordinary benefits resuiting Irom it, or why their cbildren. who are trained up to the acuuisition of nmrwrtw should not be as successful as themselves! oucn a state ol society is mdeed lamenta hle; but it exists bere, and we see not ow it is to be remedied. unlesa of a coerche nature is interwoven in the system of common schools. St.Calharinet j. o.; journal. The people of that Province know tbat lowever well qualified by education their sons may be for public life.they are utterly excluded from ali olìlces (of honor there is none,) to make room for foreigners. The Government tirofessea berality in the support of schools, but in lact throws every obstacle in the way of general education. li has always been the policy of the Bntish Government to keep the massof the people in ignorance for on ignorance alone rests the safety of the Crown. In Lower Canada the Catholie Clergy & the Government go hand in hand in ali measures to thwart general education The prohibilion of American Iracheni in Upper Canada is another lubterfuge enable thrGovernmcnt toput out thelight of the people. Items. We mentioned in No. 1 , that J. S.Neysmith haj been arrested in Mon treal. He is now at liberty on bail, with out trial or examination. Fifty iarge boxea of bad coppers, to the amount of 7 or 800 have bren sent to Kingston U. C. to pay ofl the Uoyal Mili lia. Good! Their .services are rijhily valurd. Dr. Reynolds of Sandwich, U. C., has been condemned to pay $85 lo Dr. Thel ler, et Detroit, for a watch and sundry other articles which he robbed Thelier of while a prisoner al Sandwich in 1858. This is belter than sending tbe Canadiar. exiles to prismi for a breacb of neutrality. e are surprised to End the n8me of Dr. O. T. Bruneau among the Scoichmen ainl French apostates who have been late ly appointed to form a Medicai Board in Montreal. We thought him wortliy of better company. Has he lorgottcn the 21 st May a Ila ir. Feargus O'Conner, M. P., has brrn chosen to defend the Charlisls at their coming trial. On the 25lh June a meeting of ihe Law- yeis took place in Quebec to remonstrate against the appointment of A. Wr. Cochran io ibe Bendi. They are deleruiined not to plead before him, because bis ignorance of law renderà him unfit for a judge. If he is a good Tory they do wrong to ques tion his qualifications. VQ Chb. Drolet Esq., late membcr of Parliament for the county of Saguenay L. C, and a distinguished member of the Quebec Bar, has been admitted to ihe Bar at Buffalo. May be speedily attain thateminence in the U. S. that he eamed lor biniseli' in Canada. CQ-We h ave received important papers from Madame De Lorimier the wife oftbe unfortunate Chevalier De Lorimier who sufTered death for his patriotism under the infanious Colborne. These documenta shall ajipear sooft in the Noi th American A New Brunswick paper, the St. Jolm's Chronicle sces nolhing to prevent the total annihilation of the United States as a Na tion l Ile never saw a Vertnonler per- ìaps. That Scotchman who was imprisoned in Canada last winter for wbistling " Yankee Doodle," eays he can't learn " God Bave the Queen," so there is no prospect ol whistlinjr himselfout again. L'Ami du reuple says a eentrv has bern killed on the Odletown frontier! What a pity. Seythe Factory at Fast Jhghgate. Mr. Rixford the proprietor has expended a Iarge sum of money in fitting up this establishment and is now able to turn ofl any quantity of seythes oftbe very best quality. Buthalfthe world don't know it yet, nor will they till he advertises. Wre like the idea of patronizing first the me chanics in our own neighborhood.and then those abroad. Let the l'armerà adopt this policy and the country will prosper. From the Franklin Gazette. Never, in the course of our brief edito ria! career,do we recollect tohave been cal led upon to makean announcement wbich caused us to blush ao deeply l'or our coun- iry s nonor, as Ihe loiJowing, in relation to the trial, conviction, and entence of Mr. Mackenzie, for alleeed violationn of our odious neutrality la wg, enacted, it would seem from their spirit and the jnanner I their execution, for the express purpose of perpetnating Briiish domination "in North America. We bave neither tim nor snace at present to give full vent to the feelinc which this humiliating and disgracef'ul event has excited in our bosom, but we will noi lei the occasion pass without re cording our leprobaiion ol the rfeed. and detestationof the pitiful agents who have neen instrumental in effecting it. Is it in 19th century, and in free and revolutionary America, that the patriot who raises his arms againsi unlawful authoritv, and sreks to rid his country oftbe voke nf n fnriin and intolerable desjHitism. and to ohtain lor it is the mutuai interest of both to dolfur u l,ie -ssings offre and responsible so. The unenliirb!inH , ieovernmenl, is to be declami rimili!. unfit lo enjoy the sweets of society and the intercourse of his fellow men? To the eternai disgrare of his country, Judge Thompson has answered this quéstion ia the aflirmative. Let it be remembered that Mackenzie suflers incarceration within the waltsof an American prison for attempting lo do for Canada wbat Washington, Jel- ine unenngnienea mass is much eas.er controlied or converted lo any base purposes of tlie Government through the mysteries of priest-craft, than bv a on erai diffusionof U'jefu! knowiedge. These are ine reasons why education is not more generar in Lower Canada.