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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - February 20, 1857, Dover, Delaware DELAWARE i VOLUME 20, NUMBER 35, JOB a fnD 5, the supervision of the beat in the we are prepared to BOOK JOB PRINTING i the most reasonable KB or fancy of any will i MI ii OF tian of Justices of the t are ct to surety of 75 per 75 75 cc cc 75 75 Bf or Warrant for Fee 124 cents ar 75 The If the dignity of things may be measured by their importance to there is can rank above the mechanic fact they may be called the the fulcrum and the power which moves the They do not want the to u did they have a sufficient in What rives to civilized nations their It is chiefly the ic By them the beautiful and convenient mansion is substituted for the rude and and purple and fine linen supp y tbe wardrobe in place of the skins of wild They are the foundation of nearly all the improvements and comforts of and ther say of the glory and of the By them the farmer ploughs the land and by them the mariner ploughs the the monarch is adorned with ms and tbe peasant is dad in comfortable by them the triumphal arch js raised to the and the temple ascends to the Dei ty br them the table is tbe bed is and the parlor is To them the poet owes the perpetuation of his Homer rings in all Through them we are instructed by the wisdom of Plato and charmed by the eloquence of Throng them we admire the justice of des and the heroism of And of this is owing to the single arts of printing and the manufacture of By tbe learning has been rescued the gloom of the dark without tbe tbe benefis of printing would be to very narrow It is by of tbe that so much of J Christendom owes its escape from the thraldom of But in speaking of the dignity of the we would not confine them to the mere hand that without thinking of the bead that without the but little more credit would be due to the person who exercises these than to an To produce the great we have ed above to do so much to to labor for the OF 1771. Cook found people inhabiting lie declared his estimate to be rather than orer the These were the days of human dinary recklessness of life which the ries generally tob Aged natives at that time remember the who uttered the prophecy o for its which the people caught up for its at but repeat now for its dread U is this day sung in the depths of retreat widen the missionaries cannot overhear The palin tree shaQ The coral shall But man shall A census taken just before the American ex- expedition was showed population to be In the wich islands the decline of the population is such as history can scarcely and as every hearer at Hall should be in- We are told not only by native but by the early navigators of the a 1.1____t V OP they teach the derated are well calculated to encourage tbe lowly and cheer the hint Few men are m this tut they may lack the means to i and may die in On tbe other the boy of day may number of become tbe possessor of thousands of the loved third or fourth-rate country for his and His cherry race and ong his accommodating non and the with which he served won advanced him to a better for to support her but embarks in no important enterprise without consulting that mother Tbe son of an apple woman we know tohe one of the richest men in the United and who the men in vne but by accumulated his wealth by Ms own activity and that were once human abodes but by ever there was good soil and and that the population of this group was not less than 65.000. not by but by mate mercantile Now it is 65-000 j five years within the period of strenuous j it. was double thi ten Tens worth A vonng MM f thousand who delighted m and married a ft is noY IB of the sequestered about whose the melancholy Jaques sweetly but a late writer in England on the the field and the ruthlessly knocks in the head all that delicate and ing fancy of tbe in following matter of fact paragraph who on most subjects is more correct authority than poets usually rouses our pity for the hunted by the statement that he shed tears of Whether our poet conceived this to be the or used his observation to excite I know but this I do such supposition has no tion in We might as well say the dog sheds tears from his because tion issues from that I mistake or misrepresentation of arose from most of the deer kind having a kind of slit under each from which at tunes a kind of liquid flows which might easily be con- to be I have dissected a deer s head and found those cavities run np as the deer breathes through the these vents give greater to respiration or the is a matter of From the proximity of these slits to the it would naturally enough lead to the In Church thus takes off the fashionable music in New York Went to tbe Church was arranged lute a theatre with the beat places for those who nav the most rf pulpit there was a stage for the minister to perform came in ner was attached byaS energetic and mined who speedily tore it pr and scattered the fragments through tiw i Kansas with vocal imitation of of the border minister came op through the temp door harlequin in the the devil had got an Braved a long in his bo and a quick metre with a very strong he down on his overcoat and read his The organist beie made preparations to rolled up his coat sleeves so as not to interfere with his jr minster and education be is now Maugre all statistics of the missionary ame we cannot resist the conviction that tne J to christianize and the j back to thnes long past and barbarians has proved substantially a 1 The above extract from the Westminster Be- 1 which all admit as conclusive authority j so far as facts are amounts to a de- monstration in respects one of the most ted and thoroughly worked fields of missionary For the whole world knows that the Sandwich have long been appealed to cause as us now go see how history teaches tbe same In 1777. Mr. Hastings received an humble petition from tbe great Mogul for aid against ten years later and Mr. is on his knees m the House of and was rive hail that be would not run supposition that they were in some these Nordo I assert test communication between There who affirm these orifices are connected with the and are given in addition to the other neds Of one thing there is no pantaloons so as not by the partisans of the missionary cause fordine a of the very fording a the proposition which it sively Hundreds and thousands of are every year sent abroad by tine United States to the heathen of Asia and the but in as the j statistics would seem to to i TO 1777 Lord North was Prime Minister of IB Counsellor of ten yews by one of his tne stag possesses of scent than most other Of the forester and deer stalker are aware for the forester ana aeer without the precaution of getting to leeward of the we cannot get within any ble distance of it. Be it as it it matters little for what these addenda were they to distinguish and the deer Atoned and loosened his instant a very muscular looking man from the ranks in the vanished a cubby and was instantly tost in the anatomy of the there was a in the bowels as if it could the muscular but had a great on its This was the pre- the organist comm the as if he regarded a. m a. m would require his utmost strength and dexterity tavern was m active waiter Distress and ed above to no so w w and to improve the labor for the I and happiness of yet be ig- I of tbe springs by which the important ill at of acknowledgment of 00 50 of mMv Bey r A I Cheeks 1 00 1 00 75 9 75 ill comport He would oi u are with the dignity of the if we mav compare small things with warmth to mankind without at was the f I in 1777, Dr. P. went to the gallery of the statistics would seem to rf to bear Mr. minate these hapless races and make room fcr 1 fater and Dr. a more vigorous At the too m of to Pitt stood in the If There is a in the mechanic The mechanic who brings to his tion an enlightened and sanguinary t is master of the craft in theory as wdl as in has more real philosophy in him than twenty of those minute philosophers who spend their lives in puzzling the world with empty metaphysical The mechanic who perfectly understands his as well in tbe as in the practice of geU himself a degree of no inconsiderable rank and and that without the intervention r Persons waning of a college or the formal vote of a learned or br tbe requested to remit the To become an ingenious and by well as tbe f ened u is necessary that the youth to be t js Jbr a trade should bring to his a mure that these vast sums are witn view to the benefit of these thousands and tens thousands of our own race at home are every de- loving and dying by far the useful of want of the physical comforts winch those J whether in a sums would whether under Kings or they live and die as to be good at one of and of all the practical to higner J AN nal in England has discovered that Gen. George father of the American i born in For the amusement itu to he went on the white he pelted him on the black he Dunched in the he he put to a series of lammea which we nna in me we should be passed To the Editor of the Morning are aD printed on the best the blink spaces ruled to Persons wishing Blanks sent to them b v as who has never even heard of noor DESOLATION OF Palestine yon are nearly as in the wilderness as when in for as to they are pre- the things which do not for all yon can except in the towns and villages yon pass You ride day after da and over each and you sink into each except an occasional solitary ler with bis servant and his or a kish official with his rarely does a the Ao cattle of Post read in the and or be forwarded to postage one cent. AH of printed to to mechanic Such a attention to its n in a ver mind witn can scarcely fail of becoming in a very rable degree But to the common sources of a good many mechanics add a laudable attention to to the publications of the and to the S nor nor nor nor even genius but it ia the energetic following up of fJ cue the love of its nature and the this and no man has ever yet any creditable nor do we bebere erer is not generally known that this Prince of English was an and born within the present 1 of Lebanon lie ving object appear on the cattle i fa in are on the land and no passengers are on the then now How lonely U And UIK IBs father was a and T J afterwards devoted ma for him born stops on one sitte as u ne teeS out of his he savagely jammed as if he was knocking on the as if he grinders down an the with both both both went at the poor instrument ana him so lost the wind and cned m the roar of ui ATTORNEY AT m the different Courts of the door West of Main liness strikes yon more like that of the for it seems because here should be life and there is Sometimes you may make out a on the A single a man on a It is the living thing which your eye can And so you go on through this libraries are and late From Jerusalem to you can are by inducing studious scarcely light upon one single scene of rural in- of and collision of j one single see tn the minds of aith those On 1 Miss The he was bora does not but the are aware of the and Se books of parish have been de- and then each one but fell and his voice growl down in his At aa yours to improve the minds of a high There in a very of and solid practical knowledge and solid practical L mechanics of this ffD A U I The life of the it is is a life ot m. Min j while he wipes the sweat from his io 1 Plastering Hair J. I. Tne nre oi iue while he wipes the sweat from his t brow he may perhaps murmur at his fate and t and envy what be considers the easy lot of f other Bat where is that exempts a man ine M. a and of the first officer of Butcan these men build a or raise or exercise aQ or the arts which add so to the comfort and of the These the mechanic can and if he duly reflects upon the importance of his he can scarcely repine at his what a glorious thing it is for heart Those who work hard entirely up to fancied or real When grief sits folds its bands and mournfully feeds upon its own weaving into a funeral pall the dim shadows that a little exertion might sweep the suong spirit is shorn of iu might and sorrow When troubles flow upon and toil not with the not with the torrent by one aith those on the Arab from the top of to the wells of in the full of and children and flocks and herds -a rejoicing picture of pastoral existence in all its abounding while here in tbe try of and towns and the whole land seemed to lie under a ox bis opinion respecting the study of Franklin look on languages as and ana sounds of whereby men com- mmn H their Ideas to each I rf bis already possess a language which js capable of a Sew to the West oldest of twelve reus of age was sent to that St the benefit of a i than could be had at in and at the age of twenty-two called to the where gained for an in 1794, and published in of copies oi most was an He composed many odes his He died in a Tillage m being upwards of He is aa a ehristian and He left legacies to number of H vr common political phrase How it i is not so ine was the j to 8tate its thus re- We accounting lor the bat after the admission of candidate for Congress the man -j els with the perspiration dripping from nis cow various anecdotes another suit he aat at none them fa to This was the was d General in me to improve my tame m sense through that one j waste it in mere somds through even if I could team so I object dead languages on account of the shortness of human Taking one with men do not live above forty puts i But say years are lost in before after the decease of bis beloved and bad for more than sixty should be devoted to pious and benevolent self-sufficient business of a deep knowledge of the was once to a young threaten to into a i birth to fresh flowers refer to Merchants IRON AND ASD channes wc e ue Before yon dream of those waters will lige the and give birth to fresh flowers that brighten the that beime 7pure and in the sunshine which penetrates to the path of in spite after all is but a forty years down to Of such a moment as this to spend five or six dead in those languages are we already have more subject than such short lived ever seems vi vent eave e without consulting his He retired of count o Shortly on being inquired for by the were informed that had 8 is Salt river is med by three branches which unite near It thenee and after a tine course of eighty-five OTters in Pike Snail from its month to There being a Salt River in the a to tbe following opinion -I think he is a gene exclaimed the sorrowful up his bat and heavenward at the same time I es I do there ain't no not the least cot an attack of nihil fit his tost n was badly The leaders of fashion in Parw jetting tired of hoops and extended By way of bringing down the great circumferences Era- they begin the Tbe next new stead of puffing away from the wdl the silken torrent down in a direct so that the flow of the lower circle must be blv At a late public dry toast was The author will of feh feeling and most selfish is the man who SHIP and BOAT aD to the indulgence of any passion e Shoes Shoe vbich brings no joy to his fellow rj Hoarse Shoe Awl a of tt STEEL OTT above TOBACCO AND SI aura and on band and for sale all Spanish Leaf with special reference to warranted to be as erery for ex- at a distance send their sad lery upon being as served aa If Baa goods were selected in ymas which brings no joy to his fellow not the unfavorable others deter Xenocrates was a 0f and a fellow student of Plato used to call a dull B that needed the a mettlesome horse that needed the after tbe death of the of Instruction in the Academy was the of a successor lay between and the honor was conferred opon straight on and don't mind one has a hand in A sterling who thinks for himself and be is always sure to They are as necessary to him keep him alive and who was surrounded they are sparks if you do not Let this be your three iU gout B endeavoring to dal of those who are bitter has tne balance of fte edition of these on each of it should please to take away one of my will be my son as he regarded him as the most was the character of Shendan m hu that his mother regarded the dullest and most hopeless of her In spite of tbe unfavorable opinion winch ethers had formed of these they and so may Be as be as be as persevering as they and success will as certainly put its seal upon your efforts as upon A the the the the and the of one religion and when bag taken off the they know one though the they wear here makt than dal of those wno are stoop to you do but as open the way for more the poor fellow will be a if you form but your and hundreds who were S alienated from you will fiock to you and acknowledge their A GOOD OP A Barney who is now about ninety-five years of being sometimes even younger men inclined to sleep a little during the s friend who was with him IB joked him on his nodded now Barnes insisted he had been awake Where cried the startled In his tost and he can't be cured some trouble and a great deal of bis whole planetary system is his vox popoli is pressing on his ad i valorem his 11ns swelled if not thirdly and his solar ribs are in a concussed and be aint got and be is bound to is not needed js dear at a There is no worse robber than a bad The robes of lawyers are lined with the ob- of easy logo afoot when one leads ones horse bv the Chanty itself covetousness boards of the spreads the second and the last who does not think always as the or as the open to possess an open creature and yet he said his can you tefl mn what the sermon was about Yes T be was about an hour too But one false one wrong OM He wno he likes shaH hear what he does not Ko pains no sweat no is a open countenance when in the very ict of taking you a material of human or temper is infinitely more one more beacon set np the more family has been hurled from the summit of high position and honor in a moment more to gather up to E of and go out from a bome to meet want and and brave the glassy eye of the and feel the hot 1i of its more example B given to us to teach bow the same talents which led to crime and the employed honor and permanent and be a blessing to the Like who falls from a Huntingdon manent they ing every hour of our Hood never made a who was walking with a when built this said if you go over be 1 didn't like our minister's sermon last said a deacon who had slept all mon to a brother Didn't like brother I saw A The Governor of Mississippi has transmitted toi an made to him by A. former Treasurer of the an absconding asking permission to restitution to the without any to 1 and promising if that be him to pay up his indebtedness by an- The amount for which be a defaulter was Be is now m and perfectly but wanta to get where be has friends and Here is a striking instance of a man who has escaped the vigilance of the coming forward to acknowledge hw his repentance and ask to The world should be H questionable whether request of Graves would Betting a precedent of gerous Xever marry for a We overheard the following from his better what would the trying pan that iron but mine when you mamed roe I hopes of those who lore jou God made both tears and laughter and both for as laughter enables breathe so tears enable to vent TOW from becoming is one of the very privileges of ton bong confined to th. human species parson It was a proverb among tht Greeks that the flatterer who lifts you op to the clouds ha. the same motive as the eagle when he raises the toise in tbe wishes to gain something by your The young man who once saw the day be wouldn't associate with is now as to a manure wigt The Theodore sentiment to the Garnson e triumph of freedom in
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