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& POETS CORNER. lall, 10 of for Museum, for January, 1791* From the American lines occasioned by readl^ Mr. Paine's RIGHTS MAN. cape OF THUS briefly Iketch'd the facred rights of man, How inconfiftent with the regal plan, Which, for itfelf, exclufive honor craves, Where fome are mailers born, and fome arc a\ es , look down, With what contempt mull every eye On that bale childilh bauble, call'd a crown— Yet, fource of half the milchiefs men endure, The quack that kills them, while it feems to cure. Rous'd by the reafon of his manly page, Once more lliall Paine a lifl'ning world engage : From reafon's fource, a bold reform lie brings ; mankind, he pulls down kings, By railing up Who, fource of difeord, patrons of all wrong, On blood and murder, have been fed too long : IIiu fiom the world, and tutor'd to be bale, The curie, the fcourge, the ruin of our race— Their 's was the talk, a dull defining crew, To govern beings that they fcarcely knew, Who deem'd this world a feulement of Haves, And form'd their fway on fyftems built by knaves— bright years, to work their final fall, And halle the period that lhall crutli them all. of A ante, Who, that has read and fcann'J th' bidoric page, But glows at every line with kindling rage, To fee by them the rights of men alpers d, Freedom rellrain'd, and nature's law revets cl; Men, rank'd with bead's, by them bequeath'd away, And bound, even fools or madmen to obey ; Now driv'n to fight, and now opprefs'd at home, C otr,poll'd in crowds, o'er diftant feas to roam, From Indian climes, the plunder'd prize to bring, To glad the drumpet, or to glut the king, Who, l'worn to pieafe her vain, capricious mind, Was forc'd new diamonds, at her call to find ; like Nero, his proud dame addrefs'd, ;e Ons me left offer (not in jed) Gr thus, Who m; I,< t but thefe fingers o'er your bofom dray, Anct conquer'd nations at your feet I'll lay." •immortal be thy reign ; Columbia, hail! ■Without a king, we till the fertile plain ; Without a king, we trace th'encircling fea, An! travel round the globe in each degree. Each didant clime, Our. gallant flag reveres, Nor afks a monarch to lupport the stars ; Without a king, the laws maintain their l'way, While honor bids each loyal heart obey. Be ours the talk, th' ambitious to redrain, And this great leffon teach, that kings are vain ; That warring realms to certain ruin hade ; That kings fubfid on war, and wars are wade— So lhall our nation, form'd on reafon's plan, Remain the guardian of the rights of man, A vad republic, fam'd thro' ev'ry clime, Without a king, to fee the end of tipte. 1 ExtraSlfrom an address, delivered the 12th of May, 1804, at Worcester, Mass, by Mr. Brazer. " A true' republican does not confine his regard to the narrow circle in'which he may be placed. E 11 - lided in the holy caufe of Freedom, he traces her progrtfs with equal delight, whether die wantons in the luxuriant fields of Italy, or climbs the rugged heights o'' Switzerland ; whether her footdeps prtfs the vine cl id hills of France, or thé bleak mountains ol Norway; whether, to "redrels the rigors of the inclement clime,"'die lcatters her dews on the arid pleins of tl\e equator, or melts, with her fires, the Jfrozen fitters ol the pole ! To him, every advocate of the fame glorious.caufe is a friend a brother. He groups, with an eye of impartial admiration, the wor thies of ancient and modem days who fought under her banners. He viejws, \yith equal affettion and re fpett, an Emmett on the lcaffold, and a Hancock in the chair of date ; a Camillus in banidiment', and a Fayette in prilbn ; a Cato on his fword, and a Brissot finder the guillotine ; a Curran defending the rights and lives of the vittiir.s of oppreffion, and a Jejfer s n proietting the peace and profperitv of the Ions of liberty ; a Ruwan bending his exiled Heps from the land ol his nativity, and a Washington retiring to the feenes ofbis youth, laden with laurels and efcorted by the acclamations of his countrymen." Dollars Reward. 250 RAN-AWAY from the Subfcriber's Farm, on Long Marfli, in Caroline County, on Sunday night lall, a negro man named ISAAC, about five feet 8 01 10 inches high, with large full white eyes, about 35 years of age, of a very black complexion ; had on when he went away, a blue cloth coat, with a fudian d rell of his clothes not properly . _ Alfo, a negro man named PERR 2, of a black fora complexion, with a down look, five leet 8 or 10 in- cot ches high, 21 years of age ; had on when he went order away, a blue cloth coat, half worn, and a crofs drip d by round robbin jacket, with other cloathing not pro- |,j e perly known. , cics Likewife went with them, a bright Mulatto Girl, it named HANNAH, about 22 years of age, with thick lips, and of a lively countenance, pregnant, which is good very perceivable—It is fuppoiedthat Perry, if not all of them, have gone toLewis I own, Camden, or Phi- a nd ladelphia, as he has relations living in each place.— j n Whoever takes up faicl negroes, and fecures them fo G f that the owner may get themagain, (liall receive the above reward, and if brought home all rcafonable I) charges ; or 100 dollars for each negro man, and 50 et [ for the Girl. . Wm. WINCHESTER MASON. t0 Spleen Ann's County, Maryland, or October 17, 1804. That cape llrip'd, the known. Dollars Reward, 1 GO A'AN away on Saturday lad, from the fubferiber, living in Caroline county near lederallburgh, for merly called the north well lork bridge ; a likely young negro man by the name ol Abraham, fix feet high or there about ; fpare made, twenty-one years of age in April lad ,has a blemtlh in one of his eyes, occafioned bv a chip in cutting wood—had on and took with him a Ihort calico jacket, red and mixed under jacket, pair nankeen troufers wide at buttom. red driped jacket, pair ofnaburgh troufers, Ihort drab cloth jacket lined with green baife, Ihoit cloth coat with a black cape, ihoes and dockings, the kind of hat unknown ; went with him a likely young negro man ol the yellow call, named El* iick, the property of /richard Tootal, Dorchefter county:, Ellick is about live feet ten inches high, to lerable well let, twenty-three years old—had on and took with him a kerfey jacket arid troufers, driped four and four blue and white, Bath coating jacket and troufers, black cloth coat, a wool hat. a pair of nankeen pantaloons, white linen troulers, flioes and dockings, a white mai teils waidcoat, check linen troufers. It is likely they may change their names ; in all the of It is likely, they may change their names ; each of them has Worked everal years at the black fmith bufinefs. Any pi r fon taking my deliver him to me. lhall Any pirfon taking mv negro man Abraham, and deliver him to me, lhall jiave the above reward, and liitislied Mr. Tootal will handfomly reward any perlbn for his. Any perfon fecuring the faid Negroes fo that the may get them again lhall have the above re JOYEPH DOUGLAYY. RICHARD TOOTEL. 1 am owners ward. September 26, 1804; STRAYED or. STOLEN, On thé night of the 1 7th Pistant, from the Subscri bers pasture, TWO HORYEY, one a large forrel, near 15 hands high, perceivably hiplhod in his right hip— and marked on his right fide with the cart fuddle, off with the collar; he can either pace or trott, but is by no means formed for a hack — The other is a dark grey, though his head is uncommonly white, for the red of his colour, his tail is Ihort with a mixture of white hairs, he has a leather running along both fuies of his neck, he trots, canters and hacks very well. ( Any perlbn ftcurin.g faid horfes ; and will bring them home, lhall have three dollars for each; arid all reafonable charges paid by his mane worn nev - in a of JOSEPH WEIGHT. September 17, 1804. N. B. The fubferiber lives in Queen Ann's coim ty date of Maiyland, between Centerville and the heaver-dam caufeway, near Henry Pratt's, Efq. FOR SALE, A House and Lot, (in the village of Frederica; Kent Count, State of Delaware,) with a two dory addition 18 feet wide and 18 long, with one room on the fird floor, two chambers above, and a good dry cellar, the houfe is well finilhed, painted, and the walls filled in with brick to the garrett ; with a dabîe and carriage houfe, under one roof, fmoak houfe, &c. The Lot is 100 feet front ancl 120 feet deep, under good enclofure—The terms may be known by ap plying to George Truitt, efq. Camden, or to the Sub feriber in Philadelphia. SAMUEL H. ROWND, Second Street, A 7 b r lG5. Ottober 10 th, 1804' TO BESOLD, SITUATE on the main dreet of Dover, a fevr d 00rs below the public fquare. Thai part of the property now occupied by James Clark, prefents an eligible Hand for a llore, and has been ufed as fuch fora fieries of years pall, to great advantage, and cot ,l ( i now be put at a fmall expenl'e, in complete order for mercantile bufinefs. The part occupied by John Lowlier, Efq. is a commodious comforta |,j e brick building, and has a variety of convenien cics in its conftruttion and fituation, which render it very valuable. To this property there are good gardens, a good carriage houle, together with two good grals lots, one of them containing about three quarters of an acre, and the other about two acres a nd an half. It is prefumed, that any perfon wilh j n g to purchafe the above property, will take a view G f j t . a f ur t] ler defeription is deemed unnec effary. Alfo a lot of ground fituate at Jones's bridge near I) overj with a brick tenement thereon, accommodat et [ to an y mechanical employment or public bulinefs For further particulars, application may be made t0 Dottor James Tilton, the elder, at Wilmington, or to the fubferiber at Dover. AT PRIVATE SALE, That Valuable Property in the Town of Dover in the County and State of Delaware, formerly the resi dence of Eleazer Macomb , Esq. deceased . ALEXANDER STUART, Jun. July 25th, 1804. ; PROPOSALS FOR PUBLISHING The American Gardner ; BEING A NEW AND COMPLETE GARDENER'S CALANDER, AND GENERAL DIRECTORY, Adapted to the Climats and present situation of the United States. —containing— AN account of what work is necefiary to be done in the Kitchen, Fruit and Flower-gardens, Vine yard, Nurfery, Pleal'ure-ground, Green-houfe and Hot-houle, for every month in the year; and alfo ample practical directions for performing the laid work ; explaining likewife the bed methods, and par ticular seasons for propagating, and raifing, to the utmod perfection, all lorts ol esfculent plants, fruits and flowers, &c. the proper fealbns for tranfplanting all kinds of Trees, Shrubs and plants, lb as to inlure the bed pollible fuccefs. With complete directions for forcing the different kinds of Fruits, Plants and Flowers, to early perfec tion, in Hqt-houles, liot-beds, Forcing-frames, Fovcing-houfes, &c. Particular and minute indtuttions, for the raifing, culiure and management of all kinds of Fruit-trees, luitable to the climates of the United States-, with ample dlrcttions for the culture of Vines, on a large and national lcale ; and the mod approved methods of making Wine from the fruit. A LSO, COMPLETE CLASSICAL LISTS ; OF 15 is he Kitchen-garden Plants, Fruit-trees, Forell and Ornamental Trees, Flowering Shrubs, Evergreens, Annual, Biennial, and Perennial fibrous rooted flowers, Bulbous and Tuberous rooted Flowers, Green-houfe and Hot-houle Plants, proper for culti vation in the American Gardens, £iff. Being the Essence, carefully feletted, of the mod approved modern publications, and the refultof the Editor's Pr attisai Experience in each of thefe de partments, for many years. BY BERNARD M'MAHON, GARDENER AND SEEDMAN, PHILADELPHIA. TERMS. I. THE work will be printed on an excellent wove paper, with new type cading for the purpofe by Binny and Ronaldfon, and will be compriled in onedarge ottavo Volume, of fix hundred pages at lead. II. The price to fubferibers will he 3 dollars, neatly hound and lettered ; or 2 dollars 75 cents in boards, payable on delivery of the work; to Non-fub, leribers, the price ivillbe enhanced. III. Each perfon procuring ten Subfcribert, and holding himfelf refponfible for the fame, fliall be entitled to one Volume gratis. *4* The Editor intending to make the work as perfett and complete as in his power,will complete the work of every month in the month itfelf, con lequently cannot have it publilhed before January 1805. the on dry the &c. ap lG5. Philadelphia , January 1804. Subscribers names will be received at the Office oj " The Dover Argus," and at the Editor's Seed Store, No, 129, Chcsnutstreet, Phifatdelphia.