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V 3, V '. pr-jp. h 1 !1 "1' 7; i ' 4 r 1 ' i 1 L- J fAZOO CITY, (MI.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1843.-1 ,. ' . .; . ' - .,' ' t --. . -, - v 4 STEVENS Editor & Proprietor; VOL. 7, Ko. 71. IT' T r? fj A TT TT f 'Clearest Fazr.Uy Newspaper in the Union. THE NEW WORLD, EEITED E7 TASK BENJAMIN. :;cv VOLUME, OCTAVO EDITION, COlU riCNCI.NO JANUARY 7, 1U13. TrPJ, TIIRr.C DOLU7RS Jl YEJ1R! mi '!?' irflTO .fin? lU rr .rw-tut f tho EIXTI1 VOI.UJ.C OF Till: NCV WOULD, the pro- prieton cannot omit Vr cxprption of tlieir thank to t'. tir r. -Trous res . n and mcncS,rjr tho iiLe- r&l ercoursjCTiCnt nfTurJcd to their entcrpriso thus far. Neither trout !a nor rxpeme wilJ bs fpared in Tendcrini t!.s cmiiinf tolu-nri worthy of the hh rrputat.on which the ..'rvv W'orlo h ocqiiired, of tetrjiha DC3T ANDCHCArFST LITERARY 2 "UIODIL'AL IN TUG UNITED &TATKS! Th9 c!. ir; of Torrn which will take place at the . eonvneccemc-1 of the next volume, will Le great . improttmfr' 'aj it will be far more conrcnieut far rcd'm7,b;r nh.l prcservauon, without in the , lent dimir.i,Iiv-j the qnant tj of mJiticr, or rum tcr of art'c'.fft giTcn ince there will be thirty-two Iir-s toj& otUxp p ;s given weekly, in tcal of tha fixt en quirto p;? ;f , as at present. Thu there wiH j two tuUlul semi-annual volumes of BQt rare, a-f.tpf-l to the ihlc cf modern book ca es,heiJ tac-rttthintp all fie a'd vantages of a news. pjvr an I ir.a-uxiur; n'. J each number will contain laore natter tr.an any one of the monthlies In this present eh jseJ i the i.3wspaper book tnilness, ' anJ by increased so.lv.?, &ra xaakirj ecrc r.. a than m the oil tray, . ' ' , - ; (LT Kmerabef, these UxtrU.nre sent by t it at newspaper pes'.?; ar.j ir.ui a new woix is m ine. lacdi of tti nscntj ard lutscubrri m-t;.j fartlicU corner of the country,' ttitkin Tuiarr cays aftck its rcaucATio.N in Lc hOoh, v. :.en in coqk f;rm it would not reach tl rr-i clonth., . . A TERV1S. The Extras ore issued in tir-b, f'ou. lie, and Iteble numl-tj; at 121 U 25 ct: i t-acli, or G3 to SI 8 perhuu.!reJ,t . fjfnts. wcii.wnat- fer iti cost in London, is charged hirhtr "than centa in (h Ncv .WorU r 'itivn.. 5 : ftVAII letters mr-t c: cltse the cuu ibr.the cr der, and be either po.p-ad or fee.au Jr, ??cd to ., ' J. lNCtlLJTE!;,SJ Ann-it., . i. . December, 1C 12. t rn r . CO'! f r :frr, at crly c a fnirth the pticaj and there- ! . V, i rr f, r U, if not r i? i r i v: : " I j, " . :.J nr. ! -'! to .ny . r t. tieAt i '! la used rrosrectns of' " .-, " EVERY Y0U,TITS GAS ETTE;. SECOND rOL.-WICE IUBUCi:D. Tho 1 arrest, handsomest, and cheapest Pes'- nodical for the loung, in tho U. Elates: published ewefy fortnight at tho cface of the New World, and every number eniDel f lished with elegant Engravings. TTTfE enter opon the aeeond volume of Evert V v Youth's Gazktte on the first oT January, l&43,in the full conGdenco of exceeding, in an eminent deras, oar previous efforta in making one of tha most instructive, useful and entertain ing periodicals, for the young of both eezes, ever before established in this country. One great fea ture in the Youth'a Gazette,' in the ensuing vol., will be the reprinting of all the popular works for children, by ike -moat eminent English authors, f?:v, ?s . r.L-.jerwaod, P.lary Ilowitt, Lmily i ay hr, Mitia Hack, MissStrrckland, Hk3 Wakefield ny ot!.2r, all whi-'i v 1 1 1 ba ent-e'lti.'ied ar?"J 'r-,-vith I ' .''J c 1 try. MJTI1 UL AVING3 ON WOOD, r r: J-crj r cf t' ' To her I love tliinltisbtjl Cat ;" ."Eayi wodd'stthoa know rny eoul sincere, . Or lake my ''vow, by truth own laws? t tay, wduld'st thou kindly deign to hear, . v Ar.d jjlcsa nfy.hcpes with your applause 1 ;i Could thou but tee rny anxious heart ' What hopes, what fenrs invade my resu :" Ah! aura thou would'at a halm impart ;. . To os3 cay anxious, troubled breast, " r. ' 'Deetn rne not rash, for love if bold Who can its pow'rful away cuhtrol? ; 'Th At-he art is dead, is numb, ia cold, -t- Vhich 'knows not love that fires the aoul. - WTren virtue, beauty, both'Teaide ' - . In such a form aa you possess, : . ' All other passions soon subside, V But love's own clow, love's own impress. ; From others you may hear your praise ; Your worth, your charms they.will declare: Exalt your virtues in their lays . ' Vith words as Ceetin? as the air. - I . ; Cut from a heart aincere and true, Accept this tribute from a friend, ..- . ; That knows no other maid but you t V ; Did from his heart this secret rend. 1 f Dear girl, doubt that the sun is fire Doubt that the heav'nly spheres doth move Doubt fame, doubt truth to be a liar, , But never, never doubt my love.' Should all desert, or all oppose, " -(Would you but 8mile,my sweet hopes crown) jiesignea, a u tearless meet &n woes, - And Jivo fur you tho' all thould frown, .j' How peacf J, t!,er, 3 r c-' 1 YtCWl in f its c f C v Ircatl. - t. V.'. The great importance rr - national foundry Tho reserVed mine ..Jj in the North of Illinois, Wiskohslr. 4 Iowa, are Tecom mended to-be fold in t a ' acfo lpts" at the minimum rato,cf Q100 per lot: as demand ed alilso by tha interest of the Uni ted States in tha lands, and the prosperity, and peace 01 iae citizens. occupying tne lanas. . uea snrea have been adopted for puttinsia order i- ort Jesup ia Louisiana, and Fort Atkinson ; or establishing the' new posts )n the Mar- miton river, and'oa or near the False Washi ta as an anchorage, at Detroit. Plaltsburg, Fort Sullivan,- Fort Adams, and at - various otherposts. ; "1 V" The Secretary again invokes the attention of Congress to the dishonored pledge given by the Quartermaster General, in the name and by tho authority of this nation, to Hho ureek Indians, to remunerate them for their services in ' Florida, and as a consideration for their removal. "The earnestness," says ine report, wun wnicn a ganani soiaier pleads for the faith and honor of his coun try, and for justice to a helpless tribe, who have no resort buttoourown yense of right, it is hoped will not only be excused by the circurastancesjbut will find a hearty response in every Losomy7 t.r-.... , .c s Arrangements have Keen made tyhcreby 2G35 guns may la mounted at" important roint3cn tho set ca-t. . Tl:3 worl.s atDc- ABSTIIACT Of THE REPORT of'THE SECRETARY.OF THE NAVY. : This Ilepoit states that lis Ildrns Squa dron has been put in commission as directed by act of Congress, but as the number of vessels allowed was too large for the service. he hns signed4hat Squadron the duly cf u itr-4 i-jJ- j VUX3 If CSt tUUia 111 CUiiUXIUU Wllxi II, The steamships are found.to be entirely tco expensive, ana are to oe taiccn out 01 cpni- mission, ;v I,: .,....'. ..":VV . An increase of lorce 13 rccorssssa'ded in the Pacific, 1o give ccuntennnco to the set tlement on the Columbia River- thfl trade of which Is represented to be fast leaving our hands and filling in to that of England. A: large force is' also recommended ,orj"'lhe 'ilfrican coast, for the- protection of our trade in ihat quarter; and a stjuadron'ror tho' Gulf or Mexico, For fc$ "cents tenancecf me latge portion of our .c6'mttcTcp:'n;agect io that flatter. . . r : s,.-.' , Tho Secretary does hot. urge ihe building of any new vessels, but that those now built shall be put in ctmmissioh. llo earnestly urges, also, that the Naval Schools for the education of oHicersbe established en shore, and that no boy shall receive ;an acticg ap pointment until be' has passed a given time at them,' and that Jheir admission fhall ba regulated th.3 same as in, the Military Aci-. demy at West Pc'r.t. feature ia iL exist iz i . f "":, breaiiL .nd u - c. to. ti tl-rTuc- ' ' ihare-rssf i' cl.l:..j re':, cr :.!, 1 C . ;A IM. ..ill i - -' of i:.J. I:i r y . . . txin:.. 3 I -" ' ; planted i.. . - r" 1 and mir! .. . yellow, t-;r-r ' numerous .. -, . over. the tir.ds," threti ccral tranches,' cr, "! ?n. ;' ly for h:!t6r intc C 5 r.-. the ' etc ny,:-t?ii';!;. i!.'3- peculiarly -'p!?:?ing ind ah effect. Eaa'c :t 'a "whali: th'i Wrt'dv- trc.t ' - :d E.; 1 c "'1 ? :r rr: .. . r r . A Hatch 'Tr.osr:;: A. remarks.Hr alfsh Wayne county, Nwft;. ( lara of.' whicli z: r1'.- yilmi?oa- Chr yottR2.naas',",?; early lived the;?. r: t, p. s t- a ;tt Hr. : It c an!. si hi X:-; sncit a t:: nd: i:; &':out'f3ur nont.. tci'.l 'sent for i.:tny ; fjrn'hsVcr--"" r.?. 'II t c f T C. t ... ij rri'.U .alien, an J cf 1.1s talents cs a wrirsr our Icarus net J notte inLriaed. His articles will ap fcar cvciy fortnight. A new Tab of En?lih L fa and Manners,'' by Charles Dicken. will be commenced enrly in Jan uary, with all the popular Periodical Literature of Great Britain. The interest of the New WotJJ wi3 also be great ly enhanced by trie Trave'rj Sketches, First Im pression, and Letters, which wiP be furnikh'etl fora time to time by James Aldrich, Ej., as the junior Editor, who is now travelling in Europe. Sfr. Al- drich feeing perfectly acquainted with iho manner in which this journal is conducted, wi'I be able to impart more entertainment than could any other correspondent Mr. Aldrich Will complete our ar rangements in England and France lor the earliest pc-ftaible transmission of everv new publication. The prop. ietors can safely promise, that the New World wiH be a much more valuable and interest mince Uanv than it ba hitherto been: although tha united voice of the pres hxs pronounced it the J best newspaper 01 its kind iu the country. In addition to the above enumerated feature?, ct vipj. interest and value to our paper, we will udd, that, as heretofore, we shall continue to embellish our columns with some of the most splendid Engra trins on Wood which can bo produced by the best artftts in this country or Europe, and thus render st.ll more attractive, by pictorial representafions, tho various articles which are written or selected for the gratification ot our readers. In this respect alone the New World has never been excelled. THE TERMS Will rrmain as heretofore TIlltEE DOLLARS Fer annum, in advance j four copies for Ten Dol irs,nt in that proportion for a larger number. Foftmateis will kindly frank letters containing remittances. r-'T-Errry Tottcra tcr, or any other iudividonh who will obtain five new subscribers, and remit 815 cuncnt money, free of postage, shall receive a free rr of the New World one year. Is there a Tost O...CC in the United States or Canada that cannot ca;ily furnish this number 7 A CHEAT REVOLUTION has been created in . t!.e book-ruUiibinz business by the proprietors o tl s New World, who were tho first to introduce tho ryitt.n of printing cheap editions of all popular v-OfiS, to as to Dung wunia mo means 01 everj ta r..i ly in tha country works which, in any other form wouli cost from $1 to 3 each, for ihe most trilling sun.' To this cnternrr-e we have given the ex rrr'iTe designation or D00K3 FOU THE PEO I LH, which truly eipiestes the character and dc s: -i of cur pullications. Thce consist of Eiogra f hic, Ilomintjc, fcifcti-lc and Standard Wcrks, by tlie r.K :t f rpuUr and approved authors cf this coun try or. I Eurpjo surh as Eulwer, James, Dic'.re--, Ilrs. E'l'a, r.Iis Stricktax. etc. The plan t rr.hra cei a'so thrtbest and most popular OIUGJNAL NOVEL", by American authors; thus fosteriaj and crco'irH-r the native Ulcnt of the country, asl n':vir.T c piri-ht works at 17 to 3 cti.each. wl sol h 3 never bcure ceeu sou at less man i tj 11 "3 1'xtras are issued as ctten t twice, and scmetlnics f r timef.in each and every month, are scr.t ta a'd f r'3 cf tl.e United LUlce, at elri'scewrprcrpcctage. -h:cnbers r. ;:tl? $U or orcr, an current mo ny, poit2u paid, snill receive all tho Extras as f-ut as issued. Tl.3 test way is to remit C3 for the New Vcrld ard litras which v. ill riy for cno r--rc:tl.8f.;:-ier ar 1 r. : .l:r cf tLs latter, A or ' 1 t C. x till In all respects, if 1 ccntent3 w,ae;r ICr.tur- TI.2 r-'Litr.f !.-'- . I' --nrr f-r v's- Au'lZ'.eicz? Cctar.y,. Voya, Travel, C3 a ver) full and Eaii-fuctcry account of tha Advetiturse, Tales, L'rmcns.cc wi.l be adapted e.. 1 . -- . , . . . ,. to the understandings of Youth from five to fifieen Ste of tha department under his tmmedt- years of ace; and 00 article is published which is ata control. A very thorough inspection has not pervaded with a pure moral tone. I been made, under his order, of all the ratli- Par.nts and Ooardians of Youth can in no way ta"ry nfrta of lha country ,'and the tnforma- knowledge and morality of their children and t,on lhul obtained, he says, is of tho most wards, as to subscribe for this journal. Its creat gratifying character. The estimates for the object is to make learning attractive rather than army proper for the first-half tha year 1843, . j , V "ai"8?ir'! love ior reauin j wmcn anau amount to G553,5S0; whereas the tppropri ltu.u"".u .U.H..UUUSH naouaoi vuiue, inuuairy i na fnp ft ;rn for tho hne Vftar ana useiumeas. t.very lather ot.a lamily ahould " , 07 .i.t. ri' . . .LP I QA mora C? 1 4Vi tlttJ. ' f ht1 ahntvirifT n taae me uazeite lor nis cnuaren, as me cneapesi i "' - ... - schoomaater which can be employed for theirmen-1 reduction of 1,588,748 made possible by tai ana moral culture ana me gresi xavour witn , rna nFthn Florida war. tha snsnpno nn which the work has been received during its first Lr r volume, justifies the publisher in the Most liberal expenditures consequenee of outlay to enrich Its pages tor the second wtitcn j w a gcuerai will render it worthy ofa more cxteniive clrcula-disposition to economize. " The same cau tion than it hns hitherto enjoyed, large as tt baS Ue, have induced a reduction of the CSti- 7 - . - ' mates for the fiscal year, commencinp; July One Dollar and Pijly CenU a Year.or Hve Copies3"' u,g .wu.iuu rot rive Dollar. - J,e9B -H"1 auuiuunauuut iu The Youth's Gazette is published every two 1842, and 037,430 less than those of 1840. weeks, on beautiful paper, and contains-sixteen Tbo Secretary believes that the present mi A!. defence cf tha bailor cf 11 ; : i vcrv ratifying, yet it should not I z Liwottan that they do riott:ompJet3 tho --'system, and that. without such completion, they do not auord adequate protection. The fortifications on Staien Island at the Narrows are deemed more importanVlhan the opposite forts, Ha milton and JLafayelta. . .Ihe united States has expended more than 15,000 in erect ing the works on State n Island, upon land belonging to tho Stater of New York. The State has offered to convey this land on re ceivingjthc original purchase money and the interest, i ne aiutcuity respecting the title, which was supposed to exist, has" been- re moved by the opinion of the Attorney' Gen eral, that the right to the land is unques tionably in the State of New York. It is therefore confidently hoped that the neces sary appropriation will now be made to pur chase the, site of the works erected, and to put them in repair. Should any apprehen sion be felt of a want of means, ihey can af tho Nary Yard is inquiry in regard ;.to. the quality cf articles to La turnisiisd'for the havy to be made, arti cles having been furnished cf lata that have not lasted more than one-third of Ih3 time commonly allowed. i7. K : Express t. ' - CORAL REEFS Few natural objecti are bo well calculated to excite wonder in the human mind as the coral constructions; m ill their Protean forms, that surround the greater nuhiber of Poly nesian Islands and which demonstrate ea perfectly ,the power of nature to effect her rast designs tiirough apparently feeble and Inefficient agents. It requires, indeed, an intimate acquaintance with the habits of the lithophites, and, ocular proofs of their labors, to credit what stupendous submarine reefs and islands,many miles in compass, are in- i ...i? .. .. ..I denied lor ai least tueir enure visioie struc ture to the secretory economy of these tinv y W a a . . arcnitects. msucn examples iiaiatea is not quarto pages, of three columns each, bingio i;,w a..,.ki:.,ni. h m..nir. u" k,ui k t:.i .t i .V ' deficient. Ua the contrary, she is- indebted subscHptions, I50: two copies for $2 60; five " V "7 7 I v. oupjj,c siw.siw for laree share of her natural beauties: as cooies for 5.and ! for each additional name. maintamea ior.Na,iuu,uuu, not including oi Jf on uassyoort, on me Worth Kiver. which .M:i ' . All Postmssrers are authorized and solicited to stores, ccc., nor expenses of erecting rortifi- has become comparatively useless, and by fabrics which surround her shores ' Thee act as agents, from whom One Dollar a Vest in cations. The recommendations for the ordi the annlication-of the nmn!Ai) nrnrh 91. sn.;;i, 4n t c r-. It all will h TtPi in full nnvmant foe aub- I i . - 7' 1 - ' ; r TT " .r-T- j i,uiou;-wi.u m-iup luuu ui-iecia, ui which IcriDtion.hu. leavL V7?c8 se",co Lli?5 Jr neS 1? works on Staton Island. Another the nature and use jnay , ba best understood per cent, on each. Kemittanccs must be on au' w u v "j-", uuu iu cgi- uu musk cajcmui pan wi inu ueience oi uy tuusiucjiun lucui-uiiuor mrir uaiurai.ui- toecle-payin? bank, and sent free of postase. neer cLepartment for the next 18 months, tha harbor oLNew York, ""which haS been visions of a barrier and a shore-reef. The rry iopies ot tne nrsr volume win ue sent i I "45,500 are asked ail new suDScrioers, lor i, aauiuonaitwni6a wm .f cgtimate3 for the bers sent to all who wish to examine the work be- year ending July for posta ley : ine whole amount Jrendeted more necessary by the discovery of encircles me jsiana as a oreaK-water military service for the 4a new channel, consists of a work on Sandv orsea-wan, at tne ats ance or one ana a naif 1, 1&14, is $4,144,154.- Hook, tbe immediate -commencement ot jrjif tl s? ns ?a W subscribin-.if the request is made-free, of The estimates For pensions for 1843 are which .is strenuously urged by the chief en- rftt S- . A5.d"" ": . . ' . S007.G50. In the Indian dfpartment the ginecr by the most convincing consderations.krfipial and f.arrif.inn-mnnpr r,n , J. WUNLUL.tiv, JV Ann-Sti X. i -nr5;a nri rprtulated bv law. anrt will in lit i mncl '"rnitlv nnrf rpcnacifullir nm. f. :. -i i rrt i , . December 1842 iv.jm.. .... .. i - -j'w.m.j i ijuuti waici u cuoiuaes. aiis tucre-reei is atlV-IilatlO ' OlOtllint The Secretary states that arrangements Tho rcrcr rtornbends- the defence of coast, and etretcheKinto the sea: to a Tariahle Wayne. . Tha ,L;oJ.:r t: Snow Hill, t't cn t';t:r :.r soul knew him". II3 t :n 1 t estzllish his innr: r.: j by j -th'e Eime'ccuntY. To t'..2i t. . . l and with like eucc: r.D enc ..r.,.- thin cf him. Tl.rv t.cn rc Wayneclcrongh, n a . cr: : -1 against Grimsley, and he is r. --7 ;at place av.aitiH'; tha de c. erncrcfr.Ii::"Irri. C"r.: he has.acknowbd-: 1 t' - ' when the murder v. : " - '1 i he is charged in t 3 -. . .;;.t ticipant,' but dc:.Iw3 t'. ; 1. - . w : c.. ing OriciSjfrt.-n .. the Irirht i;.,, rc. cf chsra?t;r3 tt ; ill r .7 hold the srift . ir; IT visiting every T .3 cf fics from xrhic!. ' ;:;w!. stores, gathering .: tr-.; forili anon to t' : th?u; of which it b irr:mc:' . a?toni2h tho r..l- 3 - , cf t!:;r.3 .rrir.t:-' ( combs cf Eyrtths the S2": 1 cf Ar.tiTiitv, of Del: '. i -llif . j I.iC ir. AT Cfc fWSJ , 1 Etc FCI1 GALE, THE undersigned will sell, at Cost for CASH, a fine assortment 'cf Dress and Frock Coats of different colors, heavy Over Coats, f.ae Cloth and C"-::mcre Pants. Vests. ccc; all of which, were mad by himself in a substantial and lashicnabls manner. . . A. rLUriENSTIEIIL. Yazoo ciiy, jan. C, tr '.3. 23-tf. ; lhave been made with nearly all the Florida Mobile Bay, 1. .3 ccirpletidnof the Climber- but usually to a very considerable distance.- Indiana and to remove beyond the . Mississippi; land IloaU, and ' tho payment ;of expenses!113 greaier portion is coverea wun - snaiiow that during' tho year, 450 have been already incurred for iurcotniaoance: The water, wmcn in many parts does net exceed, hipped ahd;-200. more- surrendered. A report cf tha Board "appointed tovisif. tho ana 13 0Ite.a; 'f3, tua3? a wf-; depth; us ttceof 1,014 mentis .retained in Florida. Military Academy at West roiat is regarded !' 1? ': troops itiarawn have. been stationed as very satisfactory. - v. NOTICE.'-'',-."'., ETTERS cf cdrranistration havinbssn granted to tha undersigned, at the De er Term, 1812, cf tha Probate Court of Yazoo county, on tli I!:iito cf Eeaborn Williams, decM.NoticG U hereby given to all persons Indebted to said estate-to make immediate payment, and thesa 'per: ,:n3 hiv ing clair;'3 against tha earns ara requested to present thorn, propcrlf authenticated, wit:. inB-umt prescriDsa Dy law, cr iusy win lj lorever tarrc 1. ; 4 DANIEL T. JOHNSON, AdraV. January 0, IE 13. 23-6 1. The at dif srent points A str 7 Forco has been placed oa Bed FwiTcr, r.: .2r ucr.eral Jaylcr, to keen th ndians in ch2ck,and to prevent any attempts d tra'o in the contest in which Texas ia inv&hcd with Mexico. .Tho Safetv of the southwest, svest and northwest. frontiers, ia tha: Secretary's opinion, demand the con- ten 1 1 T 1 :; cr!' :.3 rr. rr c as v(rfv " :j l'cit:- --r ii t : r--.i ur t' t 1: " T'.l.cr ctt. f. : 5 cf r ' ?, f-r eith v, r-c;lro a rs::j c;py cfeveryr :!i end re- and way U.ey hire it i i t't!f rocr to tUnia r a res t:-J'. atthec::.! cf a --y . -i.aaller in th$ t'r.loa woiU Cr.i it F 3 f supplies of car chesp wor!.s fcr n!?, fjr which. tlrtadv hr-?, ii ccaataatly iilr. A-Iany tuairtds cf Uccisc-ers are at A LL persons ata hereby c tiered sainit trading for a certain nets cf bind riven by me to Geo. V.'Sirns. for tr'-3. cited Iovember 21t, IC12, and due January lit, IC.ts I will not piy the same cr.lj compelled bylaw, theccn iideration for which th sain was riven btvinj entirely failed. :. .. H02E3 E. I'ECCIT. IJec. , IUJ2. . z-ti. J KEGS cf r-r; 1 direct frcm C!r D:in::a:;G DecO, 18 C ,r:c:ivcd r .,'3 bj 1 1 .:-tf ' Uda CnEAf. Tha' folldwinsr ii takinsr thd slued, round the Island) furnishes sCr -ural !rounds. ...-' - j - y"v r. j division between-, the two pnnctp;! rcefj,-Rs 2"itL-i?r -cr. Don't meddle with rhv lob-hell as convenient passage i.r navigation. ster, my good man,cr ycuIl have that Cier crl is;et3, aoal3, .or; whatever ; other form cf yours bitten. " . , 1 tne ma r aponc rccii maj assume, can m ttis- iSonr-ivi Pcoh 1 he'll not bite; ; , tinci.j iri.csa to :.cne cr theciher ot these . " ; ' - ... .. ... . . . ' .1 ' I .ir..:..--r.. i . . i -ii.inonrer. uon't trust to mat.' v . , Epi---j uuci xeeu , cui r.svercccur.as nisr-i. 'I tell you howould not if ':Aof. bcth conjcintly. .-Tha cuter .lea a wt.l no le3 in its 1 .u : -.r . j mv do?'a tail were between nis nippers. ---ti k-4uinci,rcN!s gimenis. - ' - ' ". .'', - ; ,' '. 7sni:r4y. 'Here, Carlo,- Carlo.'-;; '(o5- and arborescent material we commonly asso. - a fwj u.j ..iiuu.w ui me army, u ,5rtricr,., ; - , - .! ? ; - ciata with tha name of coral, the rc;;: tf ar;':ar3 .that t. o :vhcia number cf troops Dc (ia 'eiv) r::..:jw.w-w-w !, , : which it 13 composed is hard, compact;, and now. in 'service; is 9,G 17.' consisting cf 781 .Fisk.frr. i;aI!o! 'where"the devil is amorphous, bearing much.resemblaste to a comraUsionsd c.T.ccrs, O.CCO. non-commis sionsd cr.csrr, musicians, artificers and pri vates, and 2 17 enlisted" men -of -ordnance. iha are-rats 13 b!7 Is;s than ti.o r.umb stated ia'th: hrt annual report. The d :rtions havo r:t h?ca .frequent, though J!r charges .Lav .3 leca mads cf foreigners; my lob: :r 1: 1 very firm cement; and it iacly cr -Use;.:. 3 fr a 1- ,1. ( ; t men tna nc. of disL-r.ee, 1. Here, then, ,i. arts, do v.e i urr.t ot miL Gi we? t' cf e;:, t ,cr r 4 - if IUI f ' ItjUHltllll Cf rj reccmrrjends.. . . ... k. . I.. . a 1 ..'f J :reeu '13 r. ell c: ar.d tea Leer: lien cf th'? ! . cf t ich. "- Ti,i c:d;i dueled. J Several "cf cuent ia tna return.! ct t-eir r- !?.'-: "-7 Jcresy, Delaware, Arler-s:. aLjLcul:i: ferfrcn- 12 1- The do var.h'ht3 rcund'tha corner of the exteadins toward tha land, that;we r. - . . . I a f t h. a street, barkinr tr.l he wiir- Lice mad, with ma eiegani jorra - cr iaa tres-ccrai, ccatraet. the letter c'.iair. o !.i3 .te.!.. ' That's ' the a stronsly with tna reeky and uncrna- way to ret a live letrter Jcj cheap! r- mental structure 6a which it is planted, as lv.'SFArr .-r. Ilitchie, Jf the tha tims animals': -Tha anrr- 't " r - Eichmerl Eneirer, ia a recent, call upon i. fiat, -sstsral var'd.i'.in-.'-' 3 to pay'' their csbts dua him, Uaissd aba vs the lerslcf tv Etates frankly, th?. he h iadsbted to the banks i fcy a heavy surf, which fcr- -' f . .... :i , t which wrs p:- ' J t . dec-iO;u- cf e'.l 1 1 man urea r.ia, -r.d c " C . I t rrintinr; il. t ert '. ' latest .years, : erat.a n ila zi ur cf nea.v;!. . . lit.'r Krcl c- .11 , . - a 3 J ;Uii . w i 4 v v teo f cf ecu! t: I: ; ,. ; wit?- thc-irptir.'-r' ".3 t; " . theuht cf th-t a-: ' :r rrenta was; r - ' h:3 lata work t edl'' Yes s u" C 3 that L.3 f uereiLers owe Limmore t;;z. 'twtka.ti.ae3 iit rU3 cot having made ret years. Durirj the den a at tha tr::::". : cr-upv f CltO,::a. ,V.rh:t rani; irjunieo i3 thb! r r.i .yct-'ys.tha Ileaynna,) -it iava-pretty . tails ct!yi ana t it. v; ; cade.?, into tha pSecid t: z2.M -clb tide, wl" typ w . - ..... 4 i :f '3 1 in rh'-ha ut:n- U?. t.n t7tea th-f! !a is to r ::0ri; Hi e - 1 hA - A ft' r-tt ' i t e .ie;; t .ey . . . a i? 7 t e -1 - v-jheardca a.t;.;.uii A.iiAt, e; tla4.-it.ac3c; r.ref ( - ri 1 il9 i-.rr j cf 1 i. .a id cf it it - to J L.'l IO 1 1 ' "iro not jl. ! 2 c:uli ' riy- 1 t-i - w ui : :r.i ' l:zh : tL t i i i f : rth. . ia -rr-ri :t its it 1 izt :;2 . 7. :z -'-'.a--- . t I ' !' i . . x . 3 . ... . ! - . f .7 ' t. '