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er j* vlt ’ thuu *ix mentha, and iw> papyri
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T kiin?s or ADVKrnsivn.—£l per*
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ct*. for i ver*, subsequent insertion. —
Kight lines or less oomlitute a square. — J
If the number of itiKcrfions be not marked
on tli& Hlver*isfinn:t. it will bo publish- '
ed urtjl forbid, and sbarged Rccordi/igiy. ‘
A lil •oral deduction made to tnowe who ■
•dvcrtb" ,y tbo year
KINS. l>. D. t
Bishop o rn< Pkotkhtint Epmcopal
to tjsk Ur. Rev Alonzo Potthr. 1).;
I*.. Bishop of the lUocesk or Pkmn- 1
T have seen with great am axement, a ,
| retest against my letter o:i th “ Bible (
Vim of -Slavery.” signed by yon and a ,
long lit* f f your clergy, in which yew con-!
deiiin i*. ns ' uitutorthy nf any ssrentut <f ;
Jf *us Christ." as “an effort to sustain on
Bible principle*, the States in rebellion
again-’ the Government in the wicked at-’
tempi to esti-bltsb, by force of arms, a
tyranny in the name of s Republic whose |
e<rer-ftonc shall be the perpetual bon- ;
dage of the AlrirMU," aud as such yon say'
uGpit ir ebtdh ng*s your "indignant rtpro-,
ilsadkow ntv Might Reverend brother. | am !
. " j
vmfclhe more serious offence of a iTlse.
Bscrnsctioii. .My letter wa first published 1
in January', 1 SOl, more than three mouths
lcf*re lb wsir began, at a time when no
eiu* uMi i antiripate the form of Govern-’
v r*h* ii the Southern States should |
h •t.or th • course which (V.igrcKS might
t. . r fetence to lh .dr secession. And
uh . I t'onstT'.icd to its repu hlica I ion, I
<:;>i not s-upp.,s.* that it wculd be us**d iu
the service of a ay pnltiiu*! pirtv. although
I had no right t< complain. if it were sc*,
used; because the b-tlcr; once published. ,
became public property. But iu its pro- j
sent form there is nothing whatever in it:
v.hich b*urs on the question of “rebel-;
lion.” er of :bc “perpetual bondage of tUo •
African.*’ • r - f t\ •tyranny under the name j
of a IMq tjbin .” of which ala very should be 1
tin “; i.* r- ■••uif ” On the contrary, I,
referred. on lart page, to tuy lecture'
pnllish'd •.„ 1M tTalo i and to my
book cal’od ••Tie American t ’itizen,” pub-.
1 1 shed in Nbw York, in iSbT. where “I*
H't forth the ;;;tme vi< ws on the subject of
slavery. ad.lug. however, n [dan for its,
ytad'nul ihJitdn wln-never the South;
*bould const. 1. 1, and the whole strength of
the Gov rntijeut could aid in its accoin
pSisahrient ” “Simper or later.’* I added,
“I believe that sr>ne measure of that char
reter n ust hi adopteL But it belongs to
the .slave States themselves to take the lean •
in such a movement. And meanwhilei
their legal rights rind their natural feelings
must be respected, If wc would Lope fur
unity and peace.’’
With those fact* before your ryes, I run
totally at a loss to imagine how even the
■extravagance of parly teal could front-1
tgain.-t me so bitter a denunebttion. The
whole o!J*f t oftMj'V letter wto prove,
Jrnm tin- i’i'/lf. that in the rthihon of mas
tM and slave there was necessarily no sin;
winterer. The sin, if there were any, lay
in the treatment of the slave, and! not in the
relation itself. Of course, it was Habit* lo •
abtse, ns all human relations must lie.— ;
Bur. while it was certain that thousands f;
our Christian Vrelhren who held slaves,
were treating them with kindness and jus
tice. according to the Apostles’ rule, ami
earnestly laboring to improve the comforts
and ameliorate ike hardships of the iuatitu-1
in, I held it to be a cruel and absurd;
charge to accuse them t tinners against j
the hivitio law. when they were only doing
whar the Word of God allowed, tinder the;
: institution and established cod® of their 1
1 do not know whether your bund of in
d;gnnt reprobationists ever saw my book. 1
published in l>. r >9. hut you rend it, bc
esOM I sent you a copy, ami 1 have vour
letter of in which while.!
vhi r:i; ! entcd from some of my conclusions, .
yen t id it with the courtesy of a Christian 1
gcntl man In that letter there W m illing
suid ohi'Ut iny opinions being “unworthy
of any servant ofjswus Christ,’ and timli
veg of “iudignant reprobation.’ 1 But. :
Umpera mntantnr. ri nusmtUamur in Wit.
V;s ‘ tbo liiiM* are ii.Uc*<J sadly changed,
and you have chunged accordingly. For
many years yon rail in brotherly council
wim lose South ru sUvcholdera. Vuu
invited them to the Hospitalities of your
bouse, and paid them espechd dcfercuee. |
The Duw light of Eastern A Motion iam
J ..EON Alii) viliifeivr; SoVEMBEK :, ISG3
%r<|i{V|t • yohrT;
nary,* imly three Jinara the ißrwf
ginia wbool at Alexandria, raised t great
prospt rily by Btstrop Meade, a s/ftveMlikr,
and I am very sure th:tt nothing yt vari
ance witli my Bihl view of slavefy ras
taught in ihut instiluticu. Y**f - we n.ay
. well nay of you as of many others—i?gwk
tmn mntatus ah tUof How changed is the
Bishop of Pennsylvania, in three years, I
1 from 1 is former course of couservarism,
pence nnd Scriptural con.usleniy I
‘ But the Word of fod not changed;
j the doctrine of the Apostles fnx not chutig- j
ed; the Constitution of our country has not
changed; the gre.-rt standards of religious
truth and real civic loyalty remain just as
■ they were; and I remain along with them,
j not withstanding this biiW ami unjust as
; Rault from you and your clergy. Ido not ’
■ intend to imitate your late style of vitu
; peration, ft>r I trust that I have
even when I am reviled, not to revill
again. I respect the good opinion of youel
clergy, and on nolav.aro that 1 have done
anything to forfeit i&. I respect your!
■ office, yur talents, you- personal char-,
I aelcr, and the wisdom and suctc.-h with
which, for many years, your Episcopate
; has been conducted But !do not respect
your departure from the old and well set
, tU.u rule of the (’hu. cii, and fiwm the
■ Apostolic laur of (’hristian fuiruetts aud
: courteay. 1 do not bt licvo iu the modern j
discovery 6f those Ktern philatithruphists
who deny the divinity of our Redeemer,
and attach no Importance to the B;ole ex- ■
ccpr as it may suit themscins. Ido not
believe iliat the venerated Vuiimlers of our 1
; American Church were ignorant of the
: beripturc-' arid blind to the principles of
; Gospel morality. 1 do not believe that |
i Washington nnd bis compatriots, who
: framed utr Coimlitiition with such express
provisions for the right* of slaveholders, 4 .
j I k ffl,UTin •ii AfUl d K1 fl?F4iJg!tt J4|£3|*,ai kf fllf ,
[ thclawln ijfkvohu me bfnu, ua u - ]
i?y. But Ido believe iu th j teaching of j
i ilie iti'ipired Apostles, and iu the Holy
t-rtth-dic for universal) Church you and;
your clergv also priife**.- m hciieve. 1 icnon
that the doutrinhi of that Church was clear ,
i ctid unanimous ;>n the Uitr/uliuss of slavery '
tor eighteen centurieslogeiln t; and on that
point 1 regard your “protest" and “imiig
naut repi obaliou" us the idle wind that !
I pass.** by.
1 wish you, therefore, to be advcr.ised •
; that i shxil publish, within a few nuuiihs,
. it a gracious Frovidenco should spare my ‘
j ate nnd facuhies. a full demonstration of ,
i thtf truth “whorein I gland.” And 1 shall
'prove in thif book, by the most unques-j
; tionublc authorities, that slaves and slave
holders \v< re in th" (.’Lurch from the be-|
ginning; that slavery was Indd to be cm
: si>tent with Christian principle by the;
Fathers and C< mncifs, rud by ail Frotea- !
taut divines and commcntuiurs, up to the i
. very dost of the last eentu y, and that this
* tact was universal Miming a t Churches and !
sects throughout fhe Christian world. I *
aliali conieud that -ur Church, whieli j
i maintains the primitive rule of cuibolicj
consent and abjures all novelties, is hound, ;
bv her vtiv (Vmtitmi ui, to hold fast to!
that only .tfc :aid enduring rub*, or aban
don her Apostolic claims, and descend to ,
the level ot those who aru “driven about
|by every wind of doctrine.” And i shall I
< print your “indignant reprobation,” with
its list of oatm ain nlo* prefart; to my book,
so that if i eujiiot give you fame. L may, ,
at least, do my pari to give you notoriety.
That the nineteenth century is a century
of vast improvement ncl wonderful dks-'
1 envery in the art? and science*. I grant an ,
willingly as any man. But in religious ,
truth or reverence for the Bible, the age
! iu which we live is prolific in daring and i
impious innovation. We here seen pro
fesacdly Chrwtian communities divided
and sub-divided on every side. We have
seen the rise and spreld of Guivcrhaltsm,
; MiiSerism, Fanilndsin. MnnnuniMii. and
, Spirilunlisit'. Wf have seen even our
, ceoeruble MotherClmreh of England sore-,
ly agitated by the contagious fever of
change, on the one hand toward supersti- j
I lion, ami on the other towards infidel
j rationalism. And we have heard the in
| creasing claihur against the Bible, .some-i
: times from the devotees of goolugieul '
speculation, ttometime* from the bold
; deniers of miracles *nd prophecy, and not
' least upon ih<* list, from the 1 md-tongued
apostles of !inti->av<cty. We have marked
tire orarois v.hirh cry “Bovin with the
Bible, if it maintait.s he law fuln >* of sla
very.*’ We have marveled at the mtnntcri
| eloquence which ptrclaiumd that “it was
i high time to have an mti-idv?ty God and
. sti anti-slavery Bible ” VS e Usvo heard
the Coiistiiutinti of our own country de
nounced as “a covens,nt with death and n
league with hell. "We have heard the
boasted determination that the Union shall
I never bo restored until its provisions fur
the protection of slavery are utterly sbolish
| ed. And what is the result of thin new
! philanihrophy 7 The tearful judgement of
liod baa descended to chaktise ihee multi
plied arts of rebellion against his divine
! Governii.eßl, and whflt the Cnsl eatas
j trouhe Khali Iw is only known • Him who
1 sec:h th* end from the loginning.
%* tb’.rtj.ff which knife Wen pnsftr
ildf fel |f|s # A? Hithfiß 5 :^K'- aMiirt 1 |y|Wi
I k‘ ! | 1 . , _ f .
ii*T h*?** liborit Ih*u diluted to laSn
rrw‘i'tM : • *>f the Church from tbn i- *
.r *H,U of doctrinal ionovtS|Q. At my
or iitiqfjoa I promised * o to minister the
fKtcratNK and *acra merits ami discipline of.
Chris’ * Ciiarch s th** Lord hath com-i
tn:in(h , <l. and us thin (,‘hnrch kufh rfretted
the eame" —ami certain it is that ••thin
; Church” had oat received the modern doc-1
trimr i f ultra-Abolitionism at that time, as
, I trust she never wil! rec eive if. *hecaU:*e
it is contrary to tin* Sacred Scripture*. 1!
i also promised “with aii faithful dii gence
, to imiiish and drive away from the Church
ail errrnroit* andtfrnrqr durtnHrs contrary
to Go-i's Word,” nod I made those prom -
i**•' in lit* true stuse which the venerable
Dishop White, my Ordaincr, attached to
them. I lielievn iheit. a> he believed, that 1
our Southern brethren committed no Cm in .
slaves, and that they were men of
P® much piety as any ministers in our C >m-
I believed, ns he believed, I hat
, tlie ptaio precept and practice of ihe Apos- i
tics sanctioned the institution, although, a.*;|
,j a matter of expedteitrj/, the time might
come when the South would prefer, as the j
j North had done, to employ Iron labor
Those promises 1 have kept faithfully to
this day—and if when I am drawing n**ir
to the end of mr career, I am to bo con
demned and viiitivd by you and your
i clergy, because I still maintain them to the
utmost f my slender ability, be assured,
t my Right Reverend Brother, that I shall
1 regret tne tact much more on your account
than on my own.
In conclusion, I have or.lv to say that I
feel no resentmont for the grossly insultin'?
style of yonr manifest • The stability and
1 unity o: the < ’hnrcU of God are the only in
tciesis which I desire to wcuro, and I anti
too >Ui in experience to oomurii np>vcd by
i the occasional fxcsiwt **§* udiy.
1 a i,i, it .„ * nrriti it
y i hi.owj* rv* n
I'islmp of th- I)ioer>se of Vermont.
Blku.no ton, Vt., Oct 5, l^d3.
Front toe (an stitvta trial Union
If puzzb-s u< sorely to obtain in these
: days an adequate idea ;f the signification
ot the word ‘•loyally.** Prom the fre
! uucncy of its use. in the Pruclamnii >ns of
I Provost Marshals and the hiras/bne* ot
political demagogues, it seems to have sunk
below the decency of u definition into the
; “Swampoodlt” of slang.
Regarding its etymology only, the word
; denoted, originally, obedience to the laws
! But usage dway# every wers derivation,
j and, accordingly. Webstei dvlines it “fidel
ity to a prince or sovereign.” Cmb r the
; doctrine once universally prevalent in this
I country, 'he people were sovereign, and
: the I 'onstituliou was I Ik* written represen
! 'alive of their sovereignty. A want of
! obedience tv that charter constitutes a
f dure in loyalty, though it could not be
}(b l ouuoaleU treason which word receives
i its own u*diujtfon in the Constuutiorr itself.
; I he present Aiirniui-trrition, therefore, can
i be safslv lootionm e , disjov.il. llinngh \te
, .. ; * - - . v*
h *<!.-:* to pronounce all its meei
] bets traitors—though of them has
: brought himself under the suspicion of mis
-1 prison of treason by indirectly giving aid
and comfort to the •■nmnv.
; ll wu may with propriety use the word
j ‘•loyalty” at nil, wo consider the distinc
tion between its acceptation and that of
treason, wholly unmistakable. If is fash
-1 tonjuble now to couple treason and diloy
i aity together, and to use them as identical
j term*. This is an error. Royalty, in
deed is defined to be an unconditional d
-i hesion to tlie j resent Administration, an
unhesitating approval of a;! its measures,
an unshrinking admiration of all its acts.
To swerve in la- smaih-st 15 11 !• from t! .u
course, is a departure from. 1 <\ ti*y; an I not
to be loyal is to be traitor. Such, how
ever, all the definbions of the “Abol- 1
t ition dictionary” nod the deductions )f
j Abolition l-gic.
{ It has, moreover, been declared, as •
I maxim of “Leasruvr” faith, “That thne
*is no such thing in times of rebellion a*
i supporting the National Government with
> out supporting the Administration 6f the
National Government; that the Adminis
tration of the National Government is con
fined ly the Constitution to tnr IVcsideni,
; asaisUti in their aerorai spheres of duty by
the admiui.tirative licpar’iuents; and th re
fore tun measures of tfce Brcsideut and the
geutTiil policy of hi* Administration
should, under Iho pnacut trying oirtum
ulancc* of the country, be fUhUmcd by all
Irtio patriot-*.**
Of ’hie doctrine we cannot becomo the
: friends or support*-rs. Wo aivoeate sin
* Cvreiy tlie restoration of the Itovernment to
its old status, with ail the com promise* of
* the Cocsutution polished again to *nuir
original brightness, as left to ns by its au
thors, and to the Union with all the Slates
maintained in theix original right; but if
the Administration doc* nut uphold with
its whole power tin ss principle*, we cannot
perceive that we can, without surrendering
1 ; the dictates uf our own cry out
our approbation f>r the “colon trim of
r^^’e the objects of
th hut ve cannot under-.
-U4 GusgvV.tu po;..
so fjjfj dpcice; bill we cannot >|j]irote lp!
monos MMlploys; and this declaration are I
do not trcamnoble. The menus sre;
unwise. * k bowe-knife may be a respect
able wefton; but a boomerang must he
left to iti partsgc warrior#. j
■* FrvntijUie Isjiuim Times, OtfoUr 7. |
Everw succeeding report of a great;
Ameriewbattle, by some invariable r ile,
■seeing lo|bc nearer the truth than the first.
■Hut c tßsmeid have arrived since the'
i irliesl thtllligence ot the two days’ engage
i meut ouihe Southern frontier of Tccme&set;
reached fiew Y’ork, and it t# only from the
j third senes of telegrams that we begin to
leant with certainty. The l>am-'
ascus bnlj.fi a brief abstract of General
Dragg'iygfficial re'port of the battle, and
; some f irmer detail* from an eye witness of
the confect, that have been published in
j N*:w Y<d|t. * * * There is no "dan;
i gcr,** iyp stated, in the present position of
Again a Federal Army has
I pheed itself in “• *ety.*' But to the side.;
that mU(^ completely conquer to eiT. ct any- j
| thing, use of such a word implies ail'
i that cati-be understood n failure. An!
army of invasion or occupat ion reduced to
the “del&isivc*’ is. bailed in every parponc ,
| of the h|ltilitie, and all the expend it me
■of n.ooe*|:i)nd Ikes i made in vain. The,
■ both sides liave failed, only j
serving^!*prove the hopeless naturo of the ,
| 'i he questions in dkpete appear to Eu-
I ropmns of the ki)d that cannat bo deter- ?
j mined by arfhe. The greatest battles arc
I pi y repetitious of fighting.— .
"Hrc or less dwwrvr. 4
j brings the hostile parties no nearer the rc
; .-uit, which must boa political supremacy
!tobe of any eflfi-ct. In whatever part ot
■ the immense continent (lie si rife rages, it
, is, in relation to tli whole country, but -n
i insulated point. An engag.ni.cnt r.di'.ti
1 another tale of slaughter to the already
saddening li>t. but it i.> n**t f.dlowe.l by at y
results to place it ainong the “decisive bai
of the world.” liy no iiuetuat'mn ofj
military success i a (iorvrninent prostr.it- j
. eu, a dynaaty changed, or the command of•
a whole realm secured by the pos.sc.s>ion of'
j its capita! us in Europe. Everything short i
I of the entire conquest of the South i* *o
the North a failure. To the Confederacy,
:to maintain their defence i# success. If i
| the lighting i* continued for years to come,
j it is difficult to conceive how it can change
j thtj conditions. ;
j The retreat of another Federal army :
with “safety,” cungraiuiating itself on
! something gained when reaching it, ought
- h ... , . I
to raise grave oiisgiving* as to lue pnnri
pic of such a war A result that s> cne
unvarying must arise from the operation
of hoqic general law Hitherto mva-i ti;
has always broken its wing, and hern non- •
polled to retire or take some perch of ••safe
ty,” and remain inactive, incapable for a
lime-of any fresh flight. In ihc Chaft:;-
nooga Mountains the Federal army of the!
i West is now drivei. io a refuge. The in-;
ei i :nts of the war repeat themselves almost
, to monotony.
The fullowiag farewell ord r of Genera]
Uoaw.run.v :is puh-i-h d to the Army of
: the Ouisrltrland his departure; ;
i “lliudTkp D/t or tj< Ci‘-Mlß3U.ani>, ) .
( Tu'dlunasy./, Trim , Ort 10, j
"(wtncral Order ,Vo. :M2 —The Gen
era! coiamandiitg annonne* a to :ho oflict-r*
I and foUUers of iho Army r.f the Cumber
' land Mat he leaves them under omen* from
the President.
"Major General George H. Thomas, in
compliance with orders, rid assume thi
command ,f this army and department.-
The chiefs ot all the staif departments mil
report to bitr. order*.
"In taking leave of you—his LrotliTf
in-nrim*. clffioers and fn.jdicrs—he congra
tulates yc< that your new (cunnamlcr c<<mr*.
to y*>u not as a stranger. Genera! Ttvonai.
ha* U*cu ideiitifi.'d with this army fn*iu its
• ( first oi'ganjzutit'i). nun has led you eft-. n in
1 . buttles. U> his renown, precedents, du*i
i.-isS oouniß ard true patriot ism, you may
look with confidence lh;ir, Uii.ler did, lie
I I will lead [yon I# victory. The G- ncral
Goiuniandl.g doubts m>i y-m will be a* true
■ to yourtit-i e# and *ur country in iho fu
■ lure a# y*jl have Im-.h m ihc p.st. i * the
} division aid brigade commanders, ho i<-n
--t dera hi c< tdial ilianks tor their valuable
aid and burly co-opcration in all he has
. ’ undertake , To the chief* of hi* d< -
i partment* it d lii<*ir subordinate*, wboui
f j lie leave* [‘hind, he owes a dent of gr.ni
i tiidc for tl df fidelity and untiring devo
t uoo to dm r. Companions in arms. * fli
r j cers and *4tker#, farewell, and may God
. ‘ blot!* yiHii. •
i “W if. Muj
xm; iirssiAN fi.kkt iut nkw
If '■ hrontc.
.*•■ rr •
] by the York pr*s thc niriv&i j e '
•.iilsstsa fleet in America* water*, and
tin* warm:a wrth which the officers cf the
despotic nf autocrats have wel
<*.oate<l by the model democracy of modern
| times, iTxrd striking iilu.*U > <>iio:is <*f the
p , *c!iar American institutions,
I f hen; i Itrovcrbially no despotism so un
-1 ciiuproinising as that of a mob or Ms nomi
j n**e, sr.d it thcrefuro sr*ems nsiursl that
. the Governui'-nt which has during ihe piH*
two years frittered awy the libcrti' s *f the
! American p*ip!ebouid cordially fraterrise
i with the r pre-enr uive? of th* sovereign
i wh. i *■ w. atVi-r iii*own pecu’itir imnner
the. G aisUrutiou of Fol.-md. It
ar y j*ro< t w-.re wanting t® dciooii>':ste how
tou iy ant ;g >n;siic evory not o:i ■n'c.iu-j
si i luli'ii a I g v#roment is ibe rejim* wliiclt
■ lias ni'iv for some time 1> ?cu e<rn'dished nt i
Wamhingron. ir would be aanplit'd by the
•ympaihv whrsh i**o oisientaiimi i* mani
fested by ihe Aineri’ an? f>r the H is>iaii
- G*ver;UMcnt. Tire thet that Eujrland aim
Russia are now n*. i?s:i‘j on ati ia ;*M"ant
mait'-r W‘)’;!d in itself lead th-* A imriean
to .strain a p dul te ■.(• *ep'*ciril honor lo the
latter. But. in icp *n iciitlv of 11 1 - cm
| mder-jision, w; believe that, tlvwc who have
| done their best to carrv a we ofcutcrinina-
J lion into rite States of th j t’oufe icr..cy
{cannot but have a fellow feeling for Joe
Government which has decimated the pop
! nlatiou of tin* kingio.n <;f Fobuid. Wo
might hav doubted whet'ier It vrere p •■<-
jsioic b>r rhe pojmiation of the N >rthera
1 .States tur:b*r to a’isnuto fnurt ther.i.a •!v--s
\ the svatpaiiiy of E.tropp; but w • mvwtl uif
that by thus gratuitously an; r*>vii,g of a
j policy which ilie rest, of t ie world cow. iemns
at. barbarou i, t 'j*v hav*t in wi b*n
‘ lag i he eliissm which *dre uly *enrated them
t. f Xi‘ ,1 , .
hunifinitv no i iaw u.s ju;tl!ii..r more tiirm
‘ e ni*t v nam; *
i .
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. (§ rvzKAi. Lr.s ~kc. .. * .-. * ■
k;;s Tim •! ;n '' irsrrsv - - l .n* Vv
ton r V*. 1,.-.-, th* roilowing parujrvaj ;
An I*, ; :nn na ;.**d eve.
rcridii-g .:w Friorj '• illnou ( i:y \ a..
li;M it - t z i'iro ti i'is i* •’ -i V I . sir ♦ ’
j (le’ierni P. i*:k, g inranrerh g hit.i pro
j t.icion p:*op**rty and • is a Brit
• tab sub; vt, applied r (Y-neral lldpatriuk.
lon be r.*< % .•!’ *K*?:is*on of our ad it;*--, hr !
a g-iatd. whieh '.vas a'i.inl-d htm in r!i i
do;ail oi’ two meu b•; •th** ig t*> rj;o jsl >
: Ohio cavalry. (Mineral Kill ;iri k, . i.-
! known, mms driven b-u s. a;*..! <’i. • men i
wep*; about fft take to the i.ii-.ii,;'- a.d uish i
■ heir i sc:*}- - , wh • i Mr, L vv* .- rsami
thwm tint he would the t’ >nt.-derate
‘a at hori’lu* t* them as non com- <
bataule. The wppiio.it]m was m-oie, and j
eiiriJ-d the f.il'ow.iig r* piv :
I I! EAt'QnR 'KK a AltMti <t ViaorßiA.
October B*. ].'•> i Mr, Lowe. Brine* 1
Williaai Gi*y : Sir—Tom privates of tie
Federal cavalry, who w:r** rapt.i- 1 •.'!*:]-
guarding vour pr iti^r’v — li. ii
ami Will*am Vinci i.t. enii| ny A. Ist
< tbio i a vsi i*y, Genera’: K pat; •<*’.*-■ <e• • • *rt
—bare 1 "tit turned over to tin* E'*'>:a!
i surg* tti I**::; iu charge of tSiuir wounded
m-.ir v Suit- n, wi.o ;h • h 1
;do i.ot regard i.‘>**:i a*. *; i- r y .var;
th* v will uccor li;*.y'v nc limm.4 without
f am. very respectfully, y utr ahedienf
.servant, K. E. !,i;k General.
Another Letter from Gtribaldi.
G:rr;hl li. w ; u appears to r g ird “the
c;;i c of liberty” throughout the world, a*
under hi* csjKt-iui protect >n. lias written
th-* following letter t-i -;m- Mmiv u.* lYoin
; b ird. auh *r of uu bisJCrictil " Kt.uich uii
. Pvr.srr.t. ?pr. U. I.SS3.
Mv l>rar L *:. r.nrn : I hav * u th
great p’c-nnr'* J i’ir arlvii-* i . the hr.-.Vt*
Poles. wh only cn.ji.t i..i i}. -> rx'lvct*
and on hoiitsl men like y'ojrs.-if. 'i
revolting cynicisui **iown i. holy
‘■■iiisc is a living fhnnic to difdoti ary.
While nvere of ‘dood ar • 11.-wing, heir
xci'llcui'u-s air.nsc Kur •> v. iii their
' n;tei-! It li lrui\ s - :d. in limn* *o-c;illcd
ilars of h-*e?l pr p f c*s. to find no G*v
crnirn nt which will pro*!* si ngaingf rhie
slaughter—which vriil f.iy to ’h; Cz-.r.
“(‘care your carter of tour J *r. fp.rre these
nun. rh_ia wnmc! . ilic-Kc infant rictim.s,
r iu do ntt even > long to y ♦u,” nnd then
put itself at sue hea t of !*“ j-'-*!e to * nr—
jeift the di'Miaral. h*.i• • h a t minenK
w..ulu in truth \* t * i.n *g. *f vii ity on
t art!., and ril !i* lir- mis ..f t-* world
wiinl l kneel r i*s feet :•> pray n t'>enii.s|
lucm iu i‘- rank'*, \ <*u. in the mou
lime, npo-tb* ef Ir-'e words. lrd*l up ft
f3ecrth*ii Mnrtrsviuff atei v. h > iv
vard hi* atioel' bervicc*. I thank
, you, V'W derated,
f AttfUlDl.
JtUT A proiiigntc ••■ u .g i.obiemiitu beir g
in cou.i-wdy wiiu '••one •‘•■ner p*"}': . de-.t/-
rd leas* t>j toari- ib. cl—■ if. *•;. erta.ti
ly,” said if gentleai ait. * w* *■*■* ttsve t.o
o'MU'iior to tear? *! rctyo i: . . ••/*
!. et.'ls.
Sp'dai Dffpcdtktatki Xete Turk Herald,
OppournoN to the Msxrcw Monarchy.
* —An infoi uui conversation was bold tb*
day b -.iieod sue*- of tho roproaantaUTas M\i.,
idea <a jn{
'Jovtfrnusoatha* long lw*?an tempii
ti-u. act von in tiM ptromitfsi baa no doubt
bycn Rorelerate<i \j the *p* trance of a
significant’article in this rooruing’* f?orow
ir!r, f'renbadowiag the enforcement of t.b#
Mon roo doctrine. bettor Romero, the now ~
Minintcr of the Juarez Government, baa
arrived in Washington, and laughs to scorn
tii- idea of a popular vole resulting in favor
of Maximilian. The day for hi preseuta
lion has not bem fixed: hut it is oiKlerstood
that hi* instruction* are of such a character
is CHiinot fail to enlist the deepest syuipa
> hies of the Government of the United
i Fioulitt.—Never firsake one yon es
teem as a friend. When enemies gather
round—when siektio** tails upon the heart
when the world is dark and cheerless—
in the time to try true file.loslop. The
heart lint hr* b • -n touched with true gold
will redouble its cllWn when the friend is
sad and in trouble Adversity flrii-s real
friend diip They who pin from the scene
of distress betray hypocrisy, prove that in
terest o ily move* flnon. If you have a
i Tri ad who loves you —who Jin* studied
year interest and happiness—be **uro to
>u-tain him ic adversity. I, -t him feel
.that his former kir i?i-ss is appreciated,
n i his own love w; s not thrown atrsy.-
Rf-a! fidcl.ty nnj be r.nv, but if, exists itr
f the heart. Who has no* seen and felt its
power? They only deny ft- worth and
power, vrhn have never loved a friend o
labored to make a friend harnv The
good nmi the kind —-tin* affectionate* nd
I the virtuous—si*c sud tVI the heavcr.lv
Thijr woubi saoafeK, Wu*iu
I son ! vm.,*r to pi-miion the bap;. ne.-s f
r I ' *SS < . -i> 7 n'tp.
i kk K;ac;rvi:;st •? t-vn -
iho ci V* iry d.v s;>n of f J.• j• •r i
S’..:;*') ! ie’: -j ( n Smur lav i •*: by th-*
eiu-wiy. suji T.td much in r<- .-.vereir f*irn
. was at firs* r-ported. A iary • n tin V*r of
pris 'tiers f• 11 into tlio bands of the rpn-nr.,
i and til ti (>;*„■ niitmher ot killed an | vroiind
jerl. chougn not i.;s.iiudy ascertained i
much beyond wb at was first u-por -1 -
| I'wo baigades of infantry scut in tl, - -up
port of the c-ivtilry wore also seiioiislv
j worsted, nr J driven back some eight m s
j ..o IJcaltou Station, vrh?r the cavalry of
’ General Dveo wre stationed, ivh • also
w re attacked by the enemy and suffer* d
much loss.
I Pztisiva Krr.CTrov*.—Tbs elflione
vet to he held this year occur as fo’ ! >*?.;
Macaashuscfrs, M'-vv Vork, Nrw
I!liuoi, all •-•n Tueailay. Novoinb-r
i M:tr~.und, IV’cdurvhiV, N.ircajb‘-r 4\ Mis
souri. Tkundsy, November ,*; Delaware.
( ora and MiniieAUta. Tuesday, N ivei>-
‘ bvi It. h woof this? iSfute? elect ra* m
iiers of r’ong.c*-: M.irynmi 5; Dclunm
I liovrrn -rK are to be elected m Jla-a
-ehusfctts, losra, Wisconsin Mid Minn•’♦•;
| and members of ho;h b/snebes rf tho
Le tisjatur** are to be ch>-scn in Miom
i .'iiusctts, N w Vork, New Jersey, II inr. .
; lowa, Wisconsin and Minnesota,
jri hui is an tittothm on tiie first To n.y.
i f Novembe r for Judges of the Suj ~*oc
j Court of that State.
Life tn a Korrurr.N Swamj*.- A
from an orb ?er of rhe Fifty-flfih Mmn ;doi-
RHts R g’ uent, dated Icing Hand. S. • ..
1 OctoVier 7th. ar :
’i 'ie u atrr on tiioe Hands ( parficci-rlr
| '*n Folly) if not fit for man or h *:* ?.
drink, it • it contains ulphurete<l iiyd- *if o
hi poisonous qtnntines. Attempts hum
b’eM m idufo purify it by llKiiliiig, am. then
1 tilteriiig it through eharcvia!, with ►omo
si:.-ee}. \Va sets sonn*tlii g of Sootbftn
swamp life here. M'*Tpsitofc* swart ? Kr
j miliiimr <ay and g!i?; red beaded lir irdfi
•. tdg fpid'-r*. and ranmtf- n* odo-eripl s
ernni over u<: yesterdsy a lrpe umn-'h-hi
snake tried to find quaiUr- in my blanket#.
i *”**"
L.ok vs xiiK BjV.anr Sjoe lrisl r
to tre-d the path of Hfe clioermlly. f'..n
p"g lightly over all tiiv olistauics in ibo
way, ratLtr f than sit doirn a-id bmeni y >u
bard iVte. 'lbo cberrhil man’s lif, a-d£
\ >n * ti longer v.han wh* is continually •;.!
slid despoticiog. If di-lrts. ejuic* op
. u>. d< j -rtion ;;n*i di-ffair w : ll not s*f *f?|
! r!ite{, 1 .j** be:*l thing to do when cvf!
cnmc-s upm us is not ia ncMatton, bu‘ •
lien; u-:4 to fii and but to rif and
uitike * vigorous tflort to reck a reniwi v,
* ' tvs Miti ios* p r KJjtEMfriov rno i en
vft —The runilpia ut uiutiv v jji . t*v
' drifted tnen new ■vnounta to wtto .mi mil.,
v .-.ich ll is **Xj .d ViU bu tnur: as* thy
•! •*•<! or tu y miiucfi* m-.n-. Th tra< .c •:
* tti*j* mm is So 1 w npj f"\ rlatod to icn ul. g
cr • - T> *v■ ..a.4tioa of the !*
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