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Mail (Newspaper) - December 28, 1832, Hagerstown, Maryland C ALEXANDER commencing ou the First of January 1803 a Monthly publication to be called NO branch of u wider or thail and many of the most ID in their with a until the ii COPS a of of Cuvels which an- in ul arc of course arc very o lliu To ami iti neat and f -in with al can by i Iho object of an thv they can easily than any on count the a constant and direct with London which arc to receive latest British as soon an they can be to this arc connected with the extensive in and can in the shortest any work may choose to un- If for example should wish to nish as part of their regular series any new lish Novel they can dy FII at as as American so that distant subscribers may receive it simultaneously the bookseller's republication in the larger cities and at but a tri- fling expense of postage selecting works his publication none will be taken but those which convey both gratification and instruction and especially such as have the charm freshness and interest If these objects cannot be from the supply of the press may uu bad lo those productions of a former which beins entirely print are comparatively bm little known and in cases would be found more than most of those which arc of recent As the Novelist's Magazine though intended ex- pressly for preservation will be to sub- scribers in pamphlet form it will be conveyed by mail to the most distant places and at a very erate expense of postage It will furnish a amount of agreeable useful and improving reading for less than of the price at the same might be otherwise obtained and with little or no trouble tn tiie subscriber To families resident in the country remote from the Atlantic this publication will be particularly serviceable their literary in the best method that could be devised The NOVELIST'S will be published in POUT EXTRA OCTAVO PAGES with double columns arranged the manner of the BOOK lo winch work though it will be considerably larger it will bear a general external resemblance Kinc will make two volumes more than hundred pages each and at the expiration of every six months or thirteen numbers furnished with a page of contents The whole amount of the ter in a will be equal to tlian fifty volumes of the books The paper upon which the will be printed will of finest used for book work and of a adapted for binding As the type will b3 entirely new and uf a neat appearance each volume when bound will a handsome as well as valuable addition to the libraries of those who the work The pries of the NOVELIST'S MAGAZINE trill be Five Dollars per annum payable in As the publishers intend issuing a limited number of impressions persons wishing to subscribe are re- quested to do so without delay Orders must be addressed to C Co No 3 Athenian Buildings I in Place Philadelphia received at Pott STANDARD EDITION Of the Works lice JAY By HAVING received the WILLIAM JAY a complete copy of his Works comprising all that arc known in tiii country and also several which have not heretofore been presented to the American Public we propose to publish by 1 The Works will be on paper in 3 volumes Svo making about 2 The price in cloth backs 50 fall bound raised bands T Co taken by Mr DANIEL The Wai JAY may justly br ay of Ihc most useful writers Ihc present Portions uf his work? have formally years been well known In the readers of practical on both the His without profound lious of the points of arc characterised by a faithful of trines graces and duties of our common christianity well sustained by happy from the striking and and to the conscience and the His give a lovely picture of the new man in Christ under the various in he is our tis and thf a most auxiliary all who desire to maintain a and God The his In- Messrs and in a valuable addition to anv J P K Kov WILL all the of has xi fur the ACHE is in sf Street next JWr Office Tils c i fs VOL I NO New MD DECEMBER 28 1832 WHOLE NO 235 4 LL persons wanting good as well as -i GOODS would do well to cull and seethe subscribers who has just received n fresh assortment such as FRESH IT AS Old My son Gun Powder Young Hyson Black Teas Extra No 1 late Bunch and Keg Kio Java St mingo Coffee Lump Loaf and re- fined Brown and N Orleans Sugars Sugar House N Orleans Molasses Almonds Filberts Zante Currants SUPERIOR WINES SUCH AS OLD MADEIRA BROWN PALE DO OLD LISBON FRENCH MADEIRA MALAGA Sperm Oil and Candles a cask of rior winter strained Oil warranted pure An addition to his former stock of BOOTS and SHOES viz Fine Calf BOOTS SHOES Ladies SHOES Gaiter BOOTS Boys Girls and Children's BOOTS SHOES H Tea is Grocer A new Assortment of THE subscriber has just returned from the cities of Philadelphia and Baltimore with is now opening one of the most complete and extensive assortments of Cornet From Hie Traveller THE OLP Not a was nor a of a smile An our to the was of the For he so We eaw stand anil we him too As parkin the dead knot was so much and his so tiie fellow wus liim home that bright summer's eve pair from f bat most did grieve A bachelor haj DO wore en free that lias ever been brought to nil of which he is determined to sell 01 the most accommodating I part Trunks of various sixes and patterns Caps a new and article Lining Skins for Shoemakers Coach trimmers Ladies Lasting Kiel and leather pers ido do double soled Shoes do Seeks a new and superior ar- ticle manufactured by a French Jady in Winchester Va Boots and Shoes Course Shoes of very superior quality Boys and Misses and Boots of various sizes and qualities He respectfully invites the public to call and see liis assortment HENRY FREAKER Drc N B The subscriber has TO or 15 employed and is prepared to cute work with neatness and despatch at the shortest WILL be sold at public sale on the day of at the Inte residence of Henry deed on Sideling Kill Creek three miles from All the personal estate of said deceased of CO and by the Wa- Ploughs Horse and other feet of one HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN as Reds and Bedding Tables and Chairs two Cupboards one Stove and other articles Sale will commence nt S o'clock on said Oay due attendance and a reasonable will he given by HENKY December Sylvester's KO 113 BA SYLVESTER'S OLD LUCK IX TUB UNION CANAL LOTTERY Ab drawn December Combination 23 58 61 A Kos 29 50 Salil to a in Paris Abo 2.1 to a in this place Xos 19 23 Sold to a iaa Ohio has however w few The mail as ibo we said knew that it in him but that his head Would wofully on the morrow And would have thought otic like So shy of girls f.iund him bad his sn As to in noose us all ss hp advice in vain instead of lie have be t this moment in livins Vi e in- inor fellow as well as we could he was now twas too not if he would So he gave up ail thought of relenting AVe carried him put In rest as we did it A fell from him we lie thought that his sad smile hid it And ho talked of now him He said so Jet him sleep on the as ive laid him Slowly and down r his caso ne'er bu our we it his dorv THE KED MAN OF THE MIAMI And as the fell on An red man iiic waxe intently to bird's si rain Or tiie of davs in a man of care To whom save give relief A tall athletic white man as the sun sank slowly behind the western forest shade was seen to enter a lonely cabin upon the -s cf tiie Miami but lie had thrown off his hunting paratus tiie horrid ot the struck upon his and soon a numerous batui of that ferocious tribe bounded like startled deer through the frail harrier of his dwelling Here however they met with an un- friendly reception fur soon the sharp re- port of the hunter's rifle iced the departure of tine red chieftain's spirit to the hunting ground of the blest him wards the tiling sun and on the evening of the succeeding day drew war the of the they baited a the chiefs of n ihc heard the wise silent wilderness T hlc tn dispose ilft In Isl lo mav in ihc Kil there as an run nf 1 face a s he c for i HU and first of arc ns whilst line subscriber cannot Irt hf escape IMS and la is T tine ii ivn since Jic n from invites to Ihc CANAL LOTTERY 5 So awn 1 prize of t I as the a ark row of and children sides of the open trail ami seeing their well known friends d cut with horrid ed squaw the wife of fallen tore from her locks while she laid herself open to the bone with a sharp instrument the operation the sorg of the svups but seeing Ihc hunter as he ran the gauujtct ihc thV hatchet from the hands of a warrior and gave he victim a deep wound on the thigh then pressing the to her Ijps the instrument to its owner and slinking her finger the with a hoHow laugh a whale the was lo prison As the hill the saw the crevices of his prison chieftains ihc the forest towards the iirc of the tribe an awl he tenured turned from the hLs lonely trail and were soon far from the Sioux lodge And when the evening shades settled down upon the fy they readied the Chippewa lage upon declaring themselves to a French Jesuit who married them they were received with open arms by the chiefs who them a beautiful hut on the borders of a pleasant stream and bade them live in safety The white man soon became a with the Chippewa chiefs and one against the wishes lovely wife a hunting tion towards the west Three tedious weeks rolled and nought was heard of the little band but on the first day of the fourth week an In- dian runner breathless with haste ed the village and communicated the un- welcome news of her husband being cap- tured and doomed to death by a of her incensed nation She spoke not but stood motionless for a long time then as though a sudden ray hope had dispelled the melancholy forebodings of her nation she departed cowards the west the utmost secrecy and in the course of the next day stood upon a high ascent which overlooked the village of the Sioux now fell upon her car back the warm blood to her heart again towards the village and perceived a prisoner led out and bound to the horrid stake She a faint scream and darted the hill with of elk entered circle and herself upon her husband's neck The squaw of the pale chief will die with said the in answer to reproof for seeking him 1 eyes of tiie painted warriors f ed with tears of his token love but their hearts were soon ed to stone by the hoarse voice of their them In sing the oi the Sioux as he advanced with tomahawk For a moment he upon tin i chic war features and then with a horrid tion let fall the maiden and an ths she pressed the hand of he irli into the arms of her father The chief cast -one solitary towards the remains of his once ly y bidding the hunter to ihc land his were a- c his in his blanket and was oung warriors to his lodge r shedding tears of de led the young The hunter shedding tears of deep sorrow over the light fawn's grave ed to the of the on the shores of while Sioux chief wandered forth upon the hanks of the Miami an And oft m after as whites by a ly hut the the silent hour unable to learn lie was save that he bore hunters of of Vac n An preacher requested In stick to his text replied that scattering shot would hit most A farmer elected to a in a militia 11 after him some time the advantage liis derive from in a doubting Husband will it be to our children piny with the uow said a you say vat picas bad I ha I lie wort as Derc is bans mine bigs hens conic derc derc ears and toiler dav two of dem home PENNSYLVANIA WHISKEY The initial steps of revolution or lion having been taken in South Carolina it while to recur to history for an example of the best mode of it when it shall come to a head The Whiskey Insurrection it is true did not interpose the arm of state rebellion and the halter but in all other respects the resemblance is strong enough to impart interest at present to its details In the year 1790 an Excise Act was passed Congress imposing a duty on its distilled within the United Slates In a of the states scarcely an tion was heard to this mode of taxation but in the four western counties of sylvania a fostered and em- bittered by the artifice of men who ed an ascendency over the will cf ers by the guidance of their passions produced an organized opposition of force Various acts in opposition to the laws took place and in September 1791 a tion of delegates from the counties has held at Pittsburg in which resolutions of extreme violence against those who were comply with the law or accept the through which it was tube ex- When the government perceived that further was useless legal process was delivered against the delinquent and had committed lence against the revenue No sooner was he understood to be engaged in this fluty than the vengeance of firmed men was aimed at person and tiie son and property of the inspector of the revenue They fired upon the Marshal arrested him and detained him for some a prisoner He was obliged by the jeopardy or his life to renounce the service other process on the west side of the mountain and a tion was sent to him to demand a surrender of that which he had served A body repeatedly attacked the house of the inspector secured his papers of office and finally destroyed by fire his and whatever they of the led to the scat of it being avowed that the motives to such outrages to compel the to withstand tiie authority of the United States and thereby to extort a repeal of the laws of excise and an alteration in the conduct of government What followed be told in the guage of Washington in his speech to Congress November Upon tiie testimony of these facts an associate justice of the Supreme Court of Ihc States notified to me that in the counties of Washington and in Pennsylvania laws of the United States raid thereof obstructed by combinations too powerful o he by the ordinary course of judicial proceedings or by the powers vested in the Marshal of that dis- momentous in the rs for self preservation f government it being resignation of the in- of arms On 66 of a pine Dollars II 50 inis Ai lie heard a air Ijac lo Irm tn n will n waives ryes a burst from said tlic tongue Sioux have in Imi n s tn MI the J's of highest ihc a Ma you the of m I and weighed might best subdue the crisis On one Jic Judiciary was pronounced to be stript of capacity to enforce the laws notched very existence of were perpetrated without control the friends of government were insulted into silence or an apparent acquiescence and to fury of so small a portion of the United States be to violate principle of our tion which enjoins that the of the shall On the other to against to the dishonor of such to tcr the and ments of so distant an expedition were steps too delicate interwoven ninny affecting to he lightly adopted 1 postponed the summoning the immediately the Init 1 required them to be he'd in that en- reclaim the and to convince of their danger should be force ic prepared act before the season be advanced My of the 7th c-f jjust last was issued by of ers who were charged to repair to the scene of They were StaTer t drawn forth would be aid of the Quota e States New antl Virginia and an a men was put in thQ jn chief c ot the Governors of and commanding un- The troops of were directed and of Maryland and ginia at Cumberland on the President in person sach division of the army but con- that the force employed must down all resistance he left the secretary f the treasury Gen Hamilton to no company it and returned himself to delphia at which place the approaching session of Congress rendered his presence almost indispensably necessary From Cumberland and Bedford the ar- my marched in two into the try of the insurgents Ar had been fore- seen the greatness of the force prevented the effusion of blood The disaffected did not venture to assemble in arms Several of the lenders who had refused to give surance of future submission to the laws were seized and some of them detained for legal prosecution But although no direct and open tion was made the spirit of insurrection was by no means subdued It was fore thought advisable to station for the winter a detachment to be commanded by General Morgan in the centre of tnc disaffected country Two of leaders who were tried and convicted of treason received their pardon and thus without shedding a drop of blood did the prudent executive terminate an insurrection which at one time ened to shake the government of the U to its foundation The paragraph of President ton s speech which concludes the division relating to the insurrection is marked by the high patriotism and deep insight into human nature which characterized the Father of his country and could never be quoted more appropriately than at the present To every description of citizen let praise be given but let them persevere their affectionate vigilance over that precious depository of American happi- ness the Constitution of the United States Let cherish it too for the sake of those from every clime are daily seeking a dwelling in our land And when m the calm moments of reflection they shall have retraced the origin and progress of the insurrection let them determine whether it has not been fomented by of men who careless of and disregarding the unerring truth that who rouse cannot always appease a civil convulsion have dissemina ted from ignorance or perversion of facts suspicions jealousies and accusations of the whole government The reported to the Legislature of b Carolina published below passed the House ot on the 10th inst A SILL the security and protection n nj other YORK Number AS for ii j H SC N The KINK STAGES every l 3 For seals ai Sar D II S I 1 I 5 Dollars loves will the pale face fawn live an in let I the chief wall noi S J December 30 Barters 23 b proof ali orders BALTIMORE Il is cried then blew a simall awl soon entered bearing wch a and for a pointed to a heap of dry drift which the quickly rowed and handed the hunter trusty rifle and a knapsack j They then assisted the maiden 5 to the window she soon ITS TJ3K An ncr ti a a of he not preach as miach and as the who preached to them tu snarl Jar 1 I would make 1 presumed yon did liar farmers gew rally Latin an thr farmer 1 pay for hest and Jet us have at gave Vim to confer with any body of men or They were instructed to candid a id it stating the sensation which Jias seen iai ihc executive MJS earnest wish In a resort IP csM however coercion the to invite at the time to the nf faithful citizens liy -as lay of executive aas as Latin and Greek as you can of ff city was journeying Mass and to jg the farmers lie was passing a field conj a hoy hoeing The had been cold and backward and the corn locked The young dandy his head stage and bawled out what com look The boy tip head and i on the other aide followed by the bawled oat in return Why we planted ter art the Indians who off intc yaller corn you in Pardon low was to by tlac of the States aWi that mf TJO other thala a of obedience to the laws of the c i Ihc crs marks and rarest write all virtuous men In- ing that the means e of the State of S Carolina Whereas the People of the State of S Carolina assembled in Convention at lumbia did on the 24th day of November m the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two declare and dain that the several acts and parts of acts of the Congress of the United porting to be laws for the imposing of ties and imposts on the importation of for- eign commodities and now having actual operation and effect within the United States and more especially an act tled an act in alteration of the several acts imposing duties on approved on the 19th of May 1828 and also an act entitled an act to alter and amend the several acts imposing duties on approved oh the 14th Jay of July 1832 arc unauthorised by the Constitution of the United States and violate the true ing and intent thereof and are null void and no law nor binding upon this state us officers or citizens And whereas it may be that the Government of the U States may attempt by naval or military to coerce the State of S Carolina to submit to the operations of the aforesaid acts of Congress within her jurisdiction and limits fa it enacted ty the the Senate and the of now and sitting m General and the authority of the I That in case the of the U States shall by the employment of Naval or Military force attempt erce the State of South Carolina into mission to the acts of Congress so as said declared and ordained to be null void and no Jaw the Governor is hereby and red to resist the same and in render such w hereby authorised and to order into service the whole Military force of State or thereof as he may time to time deem necessary and proper 2 In case cf overt act of cion on the part the of U S commit sach an act manifested by an of or forces an cr near the State or adaption of any 3 resort to the Vf.c lae a cf Governor rfa for as hereby authorised to accept the service of well us at any lame awl Jin call into the service this tame to tame such as may be required to meet was j Srt S The Governor also as atoncjncaat: with the of been aal those who mined or the dad nnt scribe line mild volunteered by to be new DOT lo recommend warrant the further cf the one two three foar march of the organize each and should the Thais the alternative not it that he discarded I the militia with inarcHi after once more the ending with class for an way of the j 4 The term cf of rs accepted shall be of September Hast The governor of having J months from mustered i declared his that the cf that and of UK militia mt
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