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land - „ *... Utility of Freemasonry .-Many persons of the present age deny the usefulness of the mason ic institution, but the following conversation „ between two of the fraterpity,. "> n ' er, ;u usefulness, and silence Abtunason^. One of the brethren was pursuntg the business of sm.ugglmg the other was rettpndipgf him o£*e , (fangfasfie was subject to, ittconseque^^ftc employing so many others to assist hurt, W; might expose him, ,o which.he replied, he Utfy, er employed any but masons.—Alb Lve. foil'. ^ « PtiBEtc Op(NibKi v for the Argus, comes 5n slow! Not half out has yet returned. , ' hi S ing th !\ ped the Pceat Regçtç^? Çd h Y 5 t b cause the Kmderhook Staj-rs getting behind a c * ouc *' * v '*" r ' Tu a . a v.r„tîvn The Temperance fra«*«- .• c OE : etv cs ,;. as mitteeof the state temper y, ma "umher oha-Hi hated Socmt.es,at 1000 H to J 500 , and the number of members at l.,Q * 000 to 200 , 000 : the number of those who ^t op the temperance principle, but are not mem bers.is considered to be still greater. In Al- , 4000.— N. T Paper. MISCELLANEOUS. er • ' a The heir apparent to a coopery squire pc ing awakened at niuln,ight and ,informed that diis lather had just died ol an apoplexy, turned himself in his bedy heaved a deep .sign, and cried out in a piteous,tone,, **'Qh ,how I shall grieve, in the morning, .when-i wake again. GOV. SHULZE, It will probably •afford satisfaction to the former political friends of this gentleman, to know what course he will pursue in regard to the nominations for the next chief magistracy of this state. We state then pn good authori ty, that M?. Shulzc informed Gen: Burrowes, liis nearest neighbor and a delegate to the late * anti-masonic state convention, that he (S ) would not be a candidate for governor, ualess nominated by the A. M* convention; that he would not even run if nominated by tile 5th March convention; that lie was an anti-mason in principle and at heart, and would run on that ground or not run at alt. Somerset Herald. It was not a bad reply of a young lady, who was asked, why she would not marry: that she did not know which t<? choose, when theye were only twç orders of men, eacjj of might pass under the denomination ry harmless, or Sir John Brute. grieve, in the morning, .when-i wake again. MASONRY AND JUSTICE. The article on the preceding page copied from the Dayton Republican, is true to the letter; as we happen^ to know. While jour neying a few months since, we fell in compa ny with the gentleman inferred to, who exhib ited to us all the original papers connected with the affair, including his citation to appear be fore the lodge, to answer for the unmasonic conduct of endeavoring tp bring a brother- ma son to civil justice. Altogether, it was one of the ifiagitious pieces of villainy thaï .ever cnu\c ^ipîlcr our notice; and it exhibited dreempsopry as the handmaid of* injustice and insubordination tp the laws, in their most hid nous form. Could the veil be altogether re moved from the institution, and all its deeds of darkness brought to light, how many an act sof flagrant outrage might we not behold ! anil Low many who have suffered, in their names and estates from the "glorious uncertainty of the law," would find that the finger of mason* ,»v had been the talisman that dried up the fountain of justice. _ _ .. The Georgetown Gazette says if Mr. Wirt 3eaves Maryland (a measure which will be ■deeply regretted in Baltimore we are underthe [ impression that he will «ule in I-lorula, where I he has a daughter married, and another mar-;the ried daughter is about to ,rempyeitp^re same territory. - ' There is a great deal of truth; iiv the follow ing appal of the Rev. Mr. Powell: It has generally been .supposed bv honest masons that the difficulty with the institution ify it has many bad members,, that if the mem bers would only live up to their obligations,*.to theys would be An honorable body of men. But this is a fatal ipistake; the truth is, the mem bers, ,as a body, are better than their princi pies are. Should masons live up to their oaths.no pen could paint the miseres that! would ensue. Let any man examine the sev oral Jwrrid oaths, ,as disclosed to the world, .and see if he will' diffiör with me. time and eternity. I see no way of avoiding this conclusion: This subject is capable of sin extended illustration; but I have only room. •to sav, that the spirit of these obligation is the (Spirit of the devil, when the individual is wonW «-./by the system. 1 his is demonstrated by 4he spirit which has been heatlied, both before iincl since thç Morgan affair- ÏVnat conjt-enjpt an I reproach was cast upon the Abbe Barn el ■ Dr du« n • • . Professor tlob.nson for writing against masonry: And y*$ it is qouwfound they wrote the truth. . Mr WIRT.—A correspondent of the P or* land Advertiser, speaking of the argument de- livered last week before the Supreme.-Court of Swte » by Mr. Wirt in the Cherokee jWdi the dose of the argument, howev er, Mr Wirt gave more play to his thoughts.— the *U,paints of technicalities, and h fafeehngs. " Tobe or not to be." • . & * n between the Chcrokees c tu, ^pet^ W; ? j- he £ h erokees are struggling for exist* 0e , )rgiaH3 for their non existence.— ^ mission:ir b ie3 render to axm the things 'rllheir count^tVey hav^given ah Ä w U ouîd y ÄÄ^tfv* ing allegiance to Georgia. Their consciences forbade them. Suffering at this very moment b e disgraceful punishment of the Penitentiary with th b e profll; ' t( , t he outcast, and the con victs of Georgia» like St. Paul they appeal to Cssay. T hey. come to this Court for redress as the highest tribunal of their country, question here is, whether the darkest days of H persecution are to be renewed-days those H when Ner0 and Domitian threw ch . d mt0 the circus to 1* devoured by , tobe ^ vourcd bv dogs, as a spectacle * »— —> ... 1 Masonic Supper .— The last Afercury con-«on tains an account of a masonic Supper, at broth-, **y er Gleims, on the22d ult,at which the ami-ma-|romovedm sons were denounced in no measured terms.— ° One of the brethren accused them of having! • expended millions for the destruction of thel^e human family; another, not-that they should have their throats cut from ear to ear. butthatjlp they should be lumged on a gallows;' and an eminent sir knight, who has obtained the of flee of Alderman through 1 masonry, says, ' They are unworthy office hunters.' We ôb serve that Sergeant Snowdcp was present, a guest on-which occasiQuhe took the oppor- \ tunity of renewing his p)e$gy,s fo the charita ble brotherhood, an<j( eÿ'e.p .\vept so far-to sat isfy them of his .sincerity, JtïiaX he actually de- j .dared masonry to be fîtiç of .the republican • institutions of the co.imtry, y/^-ic^, by the by ? i ' fraternity themselves did imt believe. ' By Joseph Sçç.wden^r Ou/: Rehubïtcqn //i-j stitutigns —Based; on .the firm .and permanent] ^ound^tioty ofeguaUty^-anci freedom of opinion (99iV subverted* by the whithering influ ,e.ne,e 9 jf proscription and intolerance.' The above sentiment is a beautiful commen tar y on t he persecution which this young mans p at | ler received at the hands of maspnry: and w hi c h he so feelingly complained of in a con T he clothed them in skins of wild the w c so feelingly complained a con versation with an acquaintance, in 1828. The Sergeant no doubt thinks that be is now in the cntire confidence of the fraternity: in this, how ever, he will find himself most wofullv mistaken for we can assure him that nothing short of his being led, neither naked nor clothed, barefoot nor shod* hoodwinked, with a cable tow about his neck, into the sanctum sanctorum of mason ry, will convince masons of his entire subservi, ency to the order. Jt would really be a laugh able scene to witness the initiation of the Ser geant—it would far excel the ludicrous cere monies. that a certain great personage called die 4t Knight of the sorrowful Figure,, perform ed in the Sable mountain, previous to fiis des patching his trusty squire Sancho with his am orous letter to Dulcinia Del Tobosa. Until the Sergeant ean make up his mind to become one of the order, he must content himself with .be ing a tool. We shall next week publish the toasts which •vere given by the brethren on this occasion— together with some remarks which we deem highly necessary for the public to understand. of > Distressing Occurrence —On Sunday after noon last, a small skift, containing nine persons (five men, three women, and one child.)while crossing.the d/ononghahela river, opposite the mouth 0 f Ç rant Street, was capsized, and five be of the unfortunate ipdivinuals sunk into a wa [ tcry grave . ( viz , one G f the men, the three wo! I m en and child.) The accident occurred bv mar-;the person who was engaged in rowing the boat [having dropped one of the oars into the river, and,ip endeavoring to regain it the boat was overturned-; IS hereby given, to.all persons indebted .to the estate of SAMUKL DERRICK, late of .Christiana Hundred^New Castle County dec'd. make immediate payment, and all those ha ' ing demands against said estate, are requested to produccvtheir accounts properly authentica ted for settlement to WHILLDIN FOSTER .At? y» for ELLEN DERRICK, Administratix* F*ib. 17, 1852. 26-tf. am ^ . P h uMic 8™erally, that he continues to carry of ttle HÔÎ1CJJB. ■" AOSEYtt LEE, ! Tailoring Business the at No. 6 East Sesond Street, two doors from Market Street, where customers mav denend by on having their orders promptly attended and neatly executed, to any fashion required, on reasonable terms, el N. B. A lar 8 e assortment of readv made clothing, constantly on hand, for sale' cheap for cash only. * ] August, 25. l-3mo I SbWalwa iJawate», AND Vermifuge. Constantly for sale at toward Bringhurt's Drug and Chemicel Store, No, 13? Market Street. August, 25. l-tf. ... . , _ .. M . CnemveaVs, t ttUUl)} •Wea ventes, AND FBRWMERY, Sold Wholesale and Retail at E. BRING HURST'S Drug and Chemical Store, No. 13? P Market Street, opposite the Bank of DelawareJ N. B. A regular supply of Osl,orn's Su* perfine Water Colors, for sale as above. 1 1S11 e ,r if * ' ' " , c COUGH proceeds from various causes, but whatever may he its origin, it should always, - .»northern latitudes receive the speedy«ten. con-«on of the person who is suffering under ,t. **y neglect, a cough, which could have. hcen, t ami-ma-|romovedm a few days, may become a disease; ° ,,,T er 7 serl °us natulc - When cough appears never neglect it. Inj thel^e early stage, a slight fever and other inflam- 1 ****?!? symptoms are frequently its attendants. «'»s state of a cold, many use heating rem-, edles— They should never he applied during] the prevalence of inflammatory action. I here . ^ JP lu \ n paregoric and all preparations "J* Laudanum or opiumshould be prohibited. ns;Lough preparations aie plentifully distributed \ through our country—but many of them are objectionable because of the stimulants they contain. Some of them may be very proper j an d usetul in chronic cough, but should not he • tasted while an inflammatory condition prevails ? i ' ^hev then do mischief, and hurry the person into consumption. //i-j t this cough syrup has no stimulant ingre dients. It will be useful in all the stages of c ° ll 8. w "" e inflammatory action prevails, and in an >' case lessen the danger of inflamma tion of the lungs——and in many cases soon pro duce a complete cure. the 9 coti: t STRtjp. PREPARED AND SOLD AT SSOttiarti Evinfttmwt'* DRUG AND CHEMICAL STORE, No. 13? MAKKET ST. WILMINGTON, opr OBITS TvOSE WATER, OF a Superior quality prepared and sold above. Dec. 23, 1831. as 18-tf. BLACK-SMITHING. The Subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has commenced the above business in Brandywi Village, where all orders in his line will be thankfully received, and will be executed with neatness and despatch. Andrew McCullough. N. B. Edge Tools of every description will be made upon the shortest notice. November 18. 3-mo. jfvm eastor ©a, In bottles by the Gross, Dozen, or single BY AM'S Celebrated l'lxyaVc-al llvoça, composed of roots and herbs, for the cure ol coughs, colds, Jaundice, bile and weakness of the stomach. Also Quinine warranted pure, in Powder, Pills or Solution to suit purchasers. The above with a Fresh assortment of Medi cines. Chemicals, &c. for sale at E. BRING. HURST'S Drug and Chemical store, No. 137 Market Street, opposite the Bank of Delaware, Sept. 23. 1831. .j,.j DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP] The Co-partnership heretofore existing upder the firm of MACKEY& STINSON, was this day dissolved by mutual consent. March 2, 1832. J. Mackey, thankful for past favors, in forms his friends and the public generally, that he intends carrying on the WAGGON making business in all its various branch es, near to James,s Quarries, where he will accommodate those who call the shortest notice. of upon him, at 4-t a WILL Be Exposed to Public Sale, at the ! residence of the Subscriber, residing at the Snuff Mills on Redley Creek, New Castle County,, on the 21st. Inst, the following pro perty, viz. Cows with Calves. Feedng Cattle, Oxen, Horse and Hogs. One Barouch and Harness. Household Furniture, and several other Articles not enumerated. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, A. M said day, when the conditions will be made THO'S. BALDWIN. Q3" No Spirituous Liquors permitted to n the ground during the Sale, on cornel known bv March 2, 1832. PROPOSALS TO PUBLISH, Monthly Literary and Political MugaziM to be entitled AMERICAN ANNALS AND Repository of Politics, Science and Literature. BY STEPHEN SIMPSON. In order to separate from the influence of mere pa.'tv views, the political events and his tory „f the Times, the Editor proposes to pub* lish the above work, on terms accessible to every reader. It ,halI be issued^ in M Ambers of between 70 a. ^ a f_ OT P er annum—payable every «*• wU , be reeei . per T'arter. but no subscript!. «emulated ve 4 for le , s8 ; han «*£*'• , ' "f î"%y, to issue the first number on the 1st o. Jam 7» if sufficient patronage is extended to the un dertaking. The following synopsis will exhibit the character of the proposed Magazine. 1. Important State papers. 2. Abstracts—or condensed briefs of other Political Documents. 3. Condensed Statistical Tables. 4. 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