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   Miner And Workman's Advocate (Newspaper) - April 1, 1865, London, Middlesex                                ) r 1. .Tkiblloir.' ---iSTDHiirEaik. ^   ,. PAUWAN � --lil|�5�3t 15 i ' �    BAIAKUVA., ii,Ailil0.yB�� lliOO , FilKE 6RANT�C OlsiIOBTt AGKCS      La>nB M girnt by Usa napiacai. Glippa:SEi> ttft'tmlfjias tluironi pknige ' -   �    ^�-"Prei�tW�geiiaUieColony. FEHalS SEETAKTS. wlMTKiU be' ^'tmaerlbecartof&'in&tion doling '   ' ) '^.S^J^euliiT--    ... . - mtoHLpenwetk , SAMTIATOUKBHS.;;    ..     .. T6�,toM)�; , wilh^bodrd ;�EHEEiI.tiB0DBEBS,NAVVlE8. �-   � -fa!-   -  ....     :..    ...    ... 7�.to9�.per d�y Ibrm� of ippBc�tim mij- be Jai" �t the Office, or of Ue eoiniti7 agcntB. The JI4I.AKLAVA iriU be fcllored by tie GOLDES Cirr , A 1  ...  , JOOO Tom  ... April Ilie'sdrutata of tbeie imea an i-; l>EriM(iwoftt'ejM�iI^wUekir��p�ci�nj Kieoted for tbeir r.Saplalioii to Ou Vayafca. Conjtaut. rtgulMiajii puartml ietjatdi. Prorafan�n�oiitymoitlao�tt�tBpplie4,lJtttof tbs but d*. a^Bffli, iHdnffiiig lirMtoei^>>iJtiy,]fc,withoat limit (br tlu YXTm Vlf tw PtMI m^l 11 � . I eeneti):unif|Rntntt�adiuahni7>ta wean the approbitioa' ud lecpmmendttian of all eliua of .tho Fuaugen. Tie !%ipt iif Ue AneUandUse cam experienced aaiKeana, �re filtejl>[Ui (lutilliiig ipparatni to afford a plentiful strpplrof ftesb water durinttllie rojaf^ and .^e xqoipped and fanuahed'i vith nil 'the' Fcqmsites,- to etunre the eoinlort and health of tbe' pascngcn. . . . . Far plan of Cabini. Rate ol ?aisagt; Jet, apply to the Conntiy Agoita of (be Lue- Mnarg. J. Oakenibd ant Son, FoitM>acB Chamben, Straaaea. Mr. Patiicl a Ikijle, Witton Fark, Crook. Mr. Thoj. Tbompton; S!, BiaWrii Sttwt, Sanderland, Mr. I. K. Slkitoae, BaihnaidiTEotbeiltaB. Mr. Fhilip Oaaey, ^ Waltlaan Stmt, Bamaley. Or toHODUtEK BBOTHSBS and COUPANX, US, Leadta hall^tfeet,Xaiidn;�.& .v - EMIGBA,TION. EMIGBAXION. ASSISTED BMIGBATION TO .austra.ua or Ironstone '.Mini ^oineta, Maaona, Uwu;�>, . Sananta.aad t'aim Uboitten. Thviliip GIANTS CAUHEWAX triU aaS on the 7tli of Aifcil, AaptyiBmediHtelTror fnrtliainfiMination toTHOaXHOUr . 8011; il, Barleigh Steet, SnnaobiuL B.B.-Sead ane poatage atanpa for forma of i^fieaita. TE� GUIDE to KET ZCALAKS far SgU Staapi. ^UDMC'TISRERSUS' and leearaiam IcBdon OOtt /or. GibraitaT, Haifa ~ Oalnt�a.-Uu) �raitB,-aaa' China, ._J pmiida'at-^ Aden, Ceylon, H� �teamen leaving . _ Bonth; for Gibraltar, Mdta. Enpt, Ua, and Boaabay, the 4& Ud S9tk;�r wetjr , h; for Gibraltar, llaua.JS|iypt.^ na,Bmiian, bminiiwi, aaa-ig- tiua -^hU-to' imte'goaxKmny. ttihs muia�ett6Ji^tnfii�fiffi<7toth�Fdi Bts: beo6meToiddtawttedajBof giaoe.-.. ,  ' g�aakforai..pfH>)!f-Cndri;As8ataiMa.   .   . tbleterms.   . -^AH-kmas of 'Endoftments effected. Partionlar at-benimn isdirepted to Table 14, aa offering spioial ad-Taatages to the trading dlassea. Gnuantee Policies granted on faTOQiable ^mu. 13ie Fito asd Haxis'e Departmeiits are oondacteS on .Ubenlprincipies.'. HaleQlassmdChaii3diersiiisnTedaguiistI>ama�:e. Cattle Insnianbes granted to Farmers at eqnitaSle tatea. MlHXNQ, BaILWAT, and ALL OTaUB KINDa! OP ACCTDSSTS lHaTTKED AOAJNST, -WITH .'WlBKLT Colt- psksATidk in CASK of Pabtial OB'Total 1)is-AEcrairarr. . A Mercantile Sick Branob to assure bom �lia�i per week in case of iUness. The Conipany has now incorporated with it, as an Industrial Department, The FEisSD-ra-NBSD BsNS-riT SociETT, originally established in 1831, wHoh prqrides for all the Teqoirements of the wotUiig cIWsss. On'e ppnOT per week at the age of 20, will sednre �S �b. at.l>eath'i at the same age 4id.will, seom� lOs. per week in Sickness, with Uedioine and Uedioal Atbmdaiioe. Other sttms in like proportion at the different ages. This Department alone pud in obuma last year ^622,845, and 48,168 policies were issued: MiNIBS ADSOTTED AT TBI OBDIWABT BATM, AND ELIOIBLX TO ALL TEK BBNEFITB IN OBDINABT sice-NE^, AND THBES-IOUBTiSS IN CASE OF ACCIDENT. Aiqplioatioiis for Agendes, in towns at present tis-preaented, toT)e made to ^_        _. OEOBQE wnxiAM �msaeasE&, OeNXBAL IfANAOXB. 10 and 11, Bedford Street, Strand, Loiidoii. TO inVEES/paODI^^^iltAOBXKlSTfij'hnf\ THE WOBEtfrOdiASBBS fiBNBBALHfi   �' ; ..-.;AnwhVh��jUrtt4ai--"------- And woBKMANTS-AiJ^cMrar d�ao.Clt fa the�a& frajper.ibalpnnaotea ther inUark- at tba i .'.     :Ruc*-TWOiftlfCB;:' -h-    FnUiiiied trtrjBiX^lKikXi at the Oaes." " - 7i BVBLGIQE  StB^, SmiTD, V.C llHANCBOmCB.K>B-  -       - � rriHE . MNER : AHD -.lyO^KMilrs X, �   �        ABVoCAtE, :. ;' S8,BaOaU ST&S^T, HANLSr, NORTBSTAFJeOItDSSIBE-OideraTor K^wapapeiaand Adveitiseniata, or any inforautioit on Trade matters will be received aiidf^ctaaUy attended. to,bjF Mfjons FARRiLL. Agent and Repottet.     i NOTICE, J. HUTOHINGS, HERBAUST WHOLESALB (Faox Da. Corms), i, BB�W�K STREET, ST. FANCBAS. Conntiy Herbaliataaapplied ebe^>er than at any othei Houa. CHBISTKAS (irritten by KichSeld Moseley. Eao, and cbmpofed by Herr Ueyer Lata, eipreaaly for this ��labliuiment), will b� pcrfbnned every eraaing untQ farther notice. OXFOSD.-The  Great FEENCH TiafO^ Monaieur lAVESSIEEB, ftom the Theatre Fana, having achierod a diatingniaheU saccesa on the . ^ of his Irat appeaiaiice in �aglaod at the Oilbrd, will ACFiiAB �V�BT JsmONG. /NANTERBUBT     hall. -HODGE- \j PODGE, He laoat Bxtraordmary Entertainment in Li9x*)i -nbraeing the arhata talentj>f tla qtahliihinaat �fa>T ------ to the JtlKERS of NORTHfciND SOnTH MAFFpRD sgme, ._east  wobcest^hire.   shropshibe,- DEKB-* shire. LAMCiSffUlE, MDiINO districts. a^'d   all OTHER TI/rE. john FABRALL will be happy to' .ijL*- receive applicationa to Lecture in. any .of .the aoeve-nameil diatrirtB. Terms, thinl-daaj railway fare, and where compelled to �Uv all uiRht, it. ed. per night. Parlies wijhiajthia ervicea may rely on the aamo by giving timely notice, atatjng time and place. AddriiB-Mr. tohk FAttRAIX, S8, Broom.�tTeet,' Hanley, North .Staffordahire. Wanted, By h. smith and co., Advcrtijemcnt Contractors, Advertijcmenta for Inaertion in the London and Froriacial Preu. ' Fnblic Companies, Tradesmen, and Servants, before yon advfatije :in any paper, please send to Sbith tnd Co., 181, Fleet^street, London, .E.C,, for their terms, encIosiuE one stamp, ani state the, name of ;the paper yon. wish to advertise in. Advertisementa received' for TilE MINER AND WORKMAN'S ADVOCATE. ...     A M the KMBi^Dislriel Eft tK� Coll [�||i�attike. sfc(li,*Iaci5rood .."^,    ..N. Maaa Thom.;.- ..    t. 8 U �   perJohiJtoiiafiXwCj S-'O W..F.,   ..     ... ... T. * �iTBnt lIiirdi,B6irel OtiiSiT' . V. ... , 0 10 atMeetin^      ..     .. .. ,&.S ' W.-tBAjfCtS/Treaaorer. , . ....   . JOHN-HARRIS, Somtiry. .. iSeath Dlstntt, Olamojuaaliire."' ns rtcaived on behalf ot , ,tl�HANiHr.BIGFII POPFIHO CASE- : - - -     1 to^DetenaiiudnoLtbboBoblledi�a.:i..O- i,]b-'B9eBiPT?xoTar"BBcEarED on ^^'.SEaiLP   OF - TSE:  NORTH   STAFFORDSHIBE . IIn)nwi)rla.perW.V6Iinenx ...     >.�2 10 0 .7iXhe money haa been paid over W Mr. John Farrall. DB. TATSOH (of the Lock HoapiUI), F.RX8., Member �f the College of Fliyaicians and Snrgeoiu, on' the. , QBLF-OUEB OP NERVOUS  AND |3 PHYSICAL DEBILITY, SpermatorrhoM. Jff^tiag of tha Vital Flnids. and ITithering of tbe Nervona ISssaea, Lasaitnde, Loaof Enogy and Appetite, Grsnndleaa Fean; aad.niither Di�. Dtderaof theSernal Syatemi presented to fifferer^ilB �rterto lay bijre tbe hidden causes of those maladies which afflict - may eject a care is the Mi&dnes and expolBvo 1 with.. Seat post free^ mivjoiity of.cases, withsnt Consnltationa, winch may Im recopt of two atampa, �y.Dr. 1*^05, Ko. 1, South Cieweiit, Bedford 8oiiare,Lqnda�,W.C. .:        ' For diatmgoished qoahfications vide IHplomaa* Profeaiiobal Cohanltationa dady from U to 3, and 6 101 8 evening. expenancei tba benefit of � SnffemilBralidx.*^-Hospital Saielte. OOSSTJIiTATIOlf ^B Ur VJ'^il'' Comniasioaers bare anfliorised tbe name and C^'S T?MASPBOOT,Ko. �M,Strand.london.- to bo S-^StmSSS,^ Government,stamp affixed to eaeh'boiof the -oU by an medldne lendors. --.-.---;- KAKU.tlspOXCAHBE SECUBXD TO AUi. {GOAL SBLF-OUKATtVES for Ndrvcihfl aiidPhyaical'Debility, Spermatorriuea, Inoipaeity for lAaaitade, Bepreauoa or Spirits, Lose of Energy Knd _,______Pains in thii^ack and Limba. timidity, Solf-dStmat, Scnineaa, Love of Solitade, Gnnndleaa Feata, Falrat^B of tbe Heart, Hoiaea in tha Head and Eara. Indedaion. Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigeatioa and-Prostration, which can ha immediately aireatedanC cured in a few daya. Senton receipt of one stamp by H. JAMES, Esq, Percy Hoose, Bedford Sqiiare, Landon KEW WORK BY THE AI7TH0E OF "MANHOOD." Jnst oat, 18mo. Pocket Wition, post free 12 stamps, sealed ends 30, DR. CUETIS'S MEDICAL GUIDE TO UABBIIGE: A Practical Treatise on its Physical and Personal Obligationa. With instmctions to the Married and Unmarried ol both Saea. fbr removing the spedal disqnalillcations snd impedimenta which totioy the happiness of wedded life t bdng a This' Work containa plain directiona by which forfeited privileges can be restored, and essential functions strengthened and preserved. Also, by the aame Asthor, a New and Revised Edition of MANHOOD: a MEDICAL ESSAY on the Causes andCnreof Premature Decline in Man; tbe Treatment of Nervona Debility, Spennatorrbcea, Impotence, and those peculiar infirmttles whioi result from youthful abases, adult excesses, tropical climates, and other causes; with Instructions for the Cure of Infection without Mercury, and iu Prevention by tbe Author's Prescription (hia infallible Lotion). London: Pnhliahe dby Allen, SO, Warwick Lane, Fatemoiter Row; and Mann, sg,Cornhill Either of the above Worka sent post-free by the Author or Foblishen for 13 postage stamps, or in Sealed Envelopes, SO. ConsultaQona dailv from 10 to 3 and < to 8. 15, Albemarle Street. Piccadilly, tr. KEDIOAl AID (bt Lxmn oa naso:iAi,Lt} bt" DR. HAMMOND (of the Lock Hospital, Member of the. College of Pbysfciana and SurgeousX OB all tboae Diseaaes which embitter and shorten the duration of Human life. Be offera Hinta whereby MANLY VIGOUB and all the attributes of PERFECT MANHOOD csB be secured. The MARRIED LIFE RENDERED HAPPY, and the canae of all domestic discord removed. THOSE WHO DESIRE TO MARRY restored to HKALTH, BEAUTY, GRACE, and ELEGANCE. Also on "The ARREST, CUBE, and ISOLATION of Nerions, Physical, and Sexual Debilily, Spenaatorrheea, Nocturnal and Diurnal Losses, Painful Dreaios, Wasting of the Oraana of Generation, Impotence, Sterility, and all DISEASES of INDISCRETION." The Author's chief aim is l� miHgste human suffering, and in proof of the efficacy of bis theory, he WiU advise INVALIDS how to cure themaelves,by calling on Turn. Those unable to attend personally are adviaed to enclose six atampa for "THF, SELMURATIVE MANUAL," which wia enable sufferers to effect a speedy and FRIV.^TE CURE WITHOUT DANGEROUS and iBOKIYE SO-CALLED REM�Dn;S. AI  BLAIR'S GOUT and BHBUMATIC FILLS. They can be relied npon as the most safe and effectual remedy ever onerad the public^ and have been universally need in Europe and America for many years for the above compliunts. Her Majesty's Commissionera have authorised the name and address of "THOMAS PBOUT, No. 229, Strand, London,- to be imprcesed npon the Goremmen stamps affixed to each box of the genuine medicine. Sold at la. lid. and ^9d. per box, by all Medicine Tendora Just published, post free, for two Stamps, W-ONDERFUL MEDICAL DIS-COTERY. with Local Means of Self Cure, WITHOUT MEDICINE, whereby the following Maladies are speedily and permanently removed, andVigoroua Health restored:-Nervous Love of SoUtude, Groundless Fears, palpitation of the Heart. Noises in tbe Head and Ears, Indedsion, Impaired Sight and Memory, Indigestioi, and Bodily Prostration of the whole Systeai.. THESE CURATIVJ MEANS are so easy and aimple in application that all can cure themselves privately, successfully, and at the smallest cost. The important tict that theae alarming complainta may easily be removed WTTHOUI MEDICINE is hrreclearly demonstrateil, and the entirely new and highly snccessfhl treatment, aa adopted by tbe Author, fully explained, by meaua of which every one is enaUed to cure tumseUjierfectly and at the least poaaible cost-Sent free on recdpt of Two Stampa By W. HiiL, Esq., MA., Hcrkeky Honae, South Crescent, Bnasdl Square, London, W.C. i"Theo*ject.of this extraordinary publication is to prove how Sarvonsneis audita eoncomitaut maladies can be eSe^oaUy and �aecessfnlly'treated, and the most convincing proof of the effloaey ef thagreiieatsf honiandiaeoreceaisteSbbdby Oe nnBeroas caseior cueseSected."-Med. Beeord. �(f It vmet tfe' stfieai': or Weicarial liolsoiis.- ^ Jt renorataa broken-dorini cobStftatiMi^riB^Bow WwdJfcA,'^^ Mw-Us'ti-iiivabds- 3lotheis:iiaa&r'InM^ ' at the ganeiri ooni. IbA inhabitMta of yoiirenth is te^ dollar ......-Iw labour wUohi Is aa imaunse difl is this dUTeo^oe wbiob has so gaooh perplexed me. For, strange; to say, we worihip the same Beings we listit the same code of laws, and we aot ap to the ipirit of them. Ton profess to do the same, bnt tbe iaots presented to my daily-and nightly vision predade me from believing what_ I bad really hoped,-'that yon did endeavonr to lira ap to the spirit of what yon profess to beliere. I can only ao-ooont for the diversity which exists between yoar state and ours on this assnmption. .Ton profeee to bononr what yon denominate the " weaker vessel." In one of yonr patriotic songs yon sometimes stir np yonr inmost sools by the con-^'derationofyoar having "gallant hearts to guard the-fair." Ton praise the beauty of " the merry maids of-Eogland," and one of yoor poets has most tmly snng of woman- " When pain and angoidi wring the brow, A ministering angel thon." And. yet witb all these noble sentiments respecting the being yon call woman, yon treat her worse than we treat the beasts of harden in onr land. The veriest weaklings of the sex appear to woric longer hoars than the Israelites of old did in the btiok-y wds of Pharaoh, Not only this, bnt they have to do the work alternate weeks dnring the boors of darkness, exposed to all the faiyof the elements, and to the temptaticma of heUish men. I have bad to weep over and over again at witnessing scenes too awfal to be related, and whiob bbold 'qot take place except in this.yoor nether world. I wonld fain point 6nt a rem^y, bnt being only a novioei, I dare not yet ventnre. Bat this I know, that snob a state of things oogbt not to exist; it is a disgrace; it is altogether-repngnant to yonr professed belieb. Ton dts indeed, respect same of the sex, for I have observed some conrted, oaressed, and honoored. I have been at a loss to aoooont for this, bnt I hare observed that those wbo bave this deference paid them are gorgeonsly apparelled. I naiarally inferred that those females who were treated so differently were of a degraded class, and their attire Uie clothing of criminals. Bnt I &nd it is not so. I find by my intercoorse witb them that they are natnie's gems; rongh, yet capable ofsvmy fins polish. Very many of them aooept their condition withonta mnrmnr or complaint, the idea of their being fit for anything better never having once crossed their imaginations. Satisfied and patient, tbey are achieving sncoessee- " Not scorned in Heaven, Tfaongh little noUoed here." Finding that those females were treated so hardly, and yet not beoanse they are of tha criminal class, I imagined that it was only the rongher kinds of men, men of no sympathy, no fallow feeling, bmtish men, wbo were tha caose of the incessant labenr and hard lob of these poor fentales engaged in yonr iron works. Bnt npon m^tkiog fnrther inqniries, and sharpening np my observing faonlties, I have discovered that the inoessant toil and labonr do not all go for the benefit of the toilers, bnt a great part of tbe paonniary benefit goes into the coSers of an imaginary god called " Capital." The stewards of this god are generally the wisest, qoiokest, and most eneigetio of the inhabitants of yonr globe, and very many of them appear tobeaotnated by noble and kindly feelings. I say appear, becanse I cannot recondls it witb my notions of what reality shonld be. In onr globe, kindly feelings do not lie dormant. It is an impossibility. The impnlses of the heart always find vent for themselves in kindly actions. A feeling of pity does not die a death of inanition, bat it .forces tbe being actuated by the impnlse to relieve the object pitied. Now if ycdr iron lords, as yon call them, are actuated by feeling of pity towards these females, plnnged into something worse than slavery, beoanse they have to perform as hard tasks under a more inclement sky; if they do beliere that theae same females are destined to spend a higher Ufe with tbemselres, on an eqnality with them, in an everlasting state; if they think that the regeneration .of the haman rsee oan only be effected by a carefnl nnrsing of all children from the cradle, by mothers of genUa and winning ways, bowoomes it to pass that they are taking no ete^ to bring absnt. this deeirsd oonsnmm.ation ? . Why la not that sympathy tngnu hcnr^whipb will ripen and bear finiit in a tutors world'? Why do not they in (heir oonferenoes devise soma plan towards aooorapUshing so good an end? ' . .1 cannot briag,mywl|:ias,h�l^,^aay kindly, .feeling exiaistli^weenyoar.empI�9M*^;aad!tfa�poor beings wh& m;a,empIayBd: b]r;the>bi.-.wfaien coo :eabrtB ; �re niade,liy.iha master* to in!ligiil�th�-evib which alloonfesaedlyi^ toheish�Jei4efc;  JdiaAlarbVS*-^^**^ the honpnr to bekmg to. Wii�aajiyiBa*ftyflr�efinte awkl'arfappeaianoe,a94: sboirsiBienOMqrto proclaim evil resnlts, it is innnediaidly.atlBnakUfak. J For yro must know that thingB.dcrjiotg��BJtogi*6etj snmotUyiathe moon. Brratiomindaesiat'there,, and prodnce e^IIraW attSbugh onr oonditicd-iir, saperier (o yours, wa have not yelsAUkbedtooor perfect paradise. When evd manifests itself^ KB do not sit down and weep, and deplore, and fold onr handsi and say there oan be: no remedy, for if we shonld propose one, it would meet with the oppOii-aitian of parties Interested to maintain tbitagsEts they are. We do not offer human souls andhnman bodies too-the most deKoato'-Juad'l6Vely,"6v'on iu their unpolished state-on. the'altar to-Mammon.  We bBlievBr't.hat,;^l&, should be'-thrown'.to" �Eo winds rather than sonls shonld belqst, and weabt np to onr beUef; and what is more, .^re no. losers. Ooia is' a living, energetic,. aotjve' beliei  Yon pretend to believe, bat.;otLdo not..' Where no actire benevolence results from belief, thwft is; nd belief.  Tcp proiess' to believe iir the neoeiisilj^ of l(6tibg up to tlie cofflmands. of "'&Bm^\>eiM^^i^fS*^ w>^ds as tiDnnd with them,** aqd.*^7(i'iaut^i^^gIre ni^ servants that whioh.is jiist and'equa], knowing that ye also have a Master in heaven.". .Poor old John Brown, in America, did act .np to lus belief, and prodnosd the present American War.': He sacrificed his health, wealth, worldly happiness, dhildran, and finally his own life, to attest the ^cerify of hb &itfa, and to show the neoesaify of aotiou following faith.  He was a rare exoeptiDn ainong yon grovelling money-worahippera. He was.: like sn in-liabituit of our silvery orb. The laiiar of the two commands I have just quoted is a vary awkward one, and I am a&aid it is erased in mMiy of yonr scriptures or at least looked npdh aa a base interpolation of some'low-minded; jirbrking man. Tour Bible and your pnustice clash    . -no ibatance more than in the matter., of cdinmansifJvdMiinss between, man and man. TSl^jStnic^'Siat. ig the (rut reann why some of yonr i�pitaUita>]iiKra.takaB Dri Cbjenso under thairfbsteting'^oare; Iifiis'eflbHs at .elucidation have H^f^"^' tf�^�-fcitH',Aftn tK� sflriptores, being (he diieet. ttttersada of .-(ha Moeit High. Howpleasantitmastbdtotitepkvarlof filthy loors, tolsam, that     paasa^ ii^ WhiB^tfis love of monny is inreigbsd ag&s^ were'peKie^y some uarortunate speWiIator,-''wfao 'bett^a^e' lie O&nldn't' make money, made a virtue of his poverty, and endeavoured to persuade the gaping crowd that he was poor, nmply becanse be despised riches I  And what a soothing consolation to a millionaire^ on bis dying bed, to think that be wonld be jnd^ by a more merciful standard than the one which he in hur'dAlings wifih his fellow, but subject �guui, had oonsiJered �*just and equal!" Pifffrniltina st"'mjn to appear when, any good is to be efilMiiedt acd tb� mom urgent tha need, the greater wQl.be the oi^cMitioBi; Bat ooDnteraotiqrinflaenoea oa^ serve A�iasae�a!iMI>baIaBoadmiadm(meoergBti^ Zetf 'difiibulty Ja ^impet^nbos odttrM ' Bat wh^ your zeal f I h&jg^ imaUst to'deteot-U pxaej^ ia. oneparticalar. CiSajfi3^Dedmen,yoaana{^ie�B(o be enamoured of goldfywi. saerifiasbealti^ peace, and happiness in itapmnraiif imd not imly those of yonr own, but also of others. It grieves me when I take a circuit throogh yonr magnificent earth, whan. I see its boondleas plains and rich valleys, its rivers, teeming with fish, and its mountains replete with sylvan groves, when I reflect that tiiesatgugatioa of the earth might be brought ahoat with lecB labonr, and far fewer damning influences, it grieves me I say to think that so much care, so much hard toU; so much continuous monotony should fkU to (helot of those to whom the earth sbonldha made a pleasant stepping-stone to heaven. Well itis for them (hat their inteUeots are cramped, an^'^nfined by the incessant toil; well ia it for them^gfcone sense, be-, cause (hey do not add to their i>)M|^ state (ha knowledge of a better one, anddKntent eaonot therefore prey npon them.  But ittwiaitbeibr these who make na effort, not to raisd' their naighboar's oxen ont of the pi^ bnt to ra|s^ (heir own fellow beings from the depth of misery^ ,'!nto wluksh an nn-feeliog commercial spirit has plni^^ themi Make an effort to blot ont this stain upon yonr sodal Ufe. Iiet night-work be altogether Abolished fiir the weaker sex, and if possible, do without it in the day time. Then whan the writer of these lines shall have taken his departure from among yen, ta visit other orbs in tbe &r distant constellations, and onoe more retorcs to this yoar abod^ rendered more happy by your effecting beneficent reform he will hear the recording angel whispering "To the worlds of space, la the deep night, (h^t aU is welL" ' A Bsnscras Bat. UNION! Now, brethren, I wish .to say  , That if we mean to wizi the dayi We must be trne, an4 not betray Our Union.    -. There's many at this present time Would to onr colours like to olimb, And crush, before its in its prime. Our Union. Oh, yea, they'd like to bring it low. And chain it down, as if a foe. And doom at onoe to endless wOe Onr Union. This they would do, without a blush, Ba( England to onr help will rush. And let them know they mns( not crush Oar Union. Let not onr children have to say, When we are dead and passed away, " Alas! my father did betray Our Union!" Let each be true onto the end. Each for onr liberty contend. And so with all our might defend Oar Union. Now, let us all at once agree That while we struggle to be free. Oar motto shall for ever be Our Union. Osldsgreen. A Unionist in Peikcipib. Te honest sons of Britain, Wbo battle in our cause. Bear high the flag of liberty. And vindicate its laws. Let not despondency prevail Where Freedom needs your aid j With Truth and Justioa on yoor side, Csn Britons be afraid ? Yoor old war boonora spread on high. And flags for Bight unfnried. The champion true of Liberty, The Mother of the World. Now teach the world a lesson. Pursue a cause so holy; For it's a glorious duty To battle for the lowly. What! Britons need:to be aroused. When man with man most fight? Go forth, ye sons, the lot isyonrs. For God defends the Bi^t. , .    . j. Edwards. Talywam, March as, 1865. The iroDdirtaei* qaeno;*:^rUAh-i^ daly oFilhiBiir^ .TBSilUtt' to oflfaf A soggpstipmiin tkey^I means as win ^ " betwani^thpr pl��,EfcUi>. aUHaganerat theirefBBn-* T�n�iJ^ofthagwi*i (hey Cannot maintaiii'-C mark0fc" Hanoe, if they__,_ nnder snoh ahnumstance^i'QMgC'baS.' natiyee-^ther towork the&rinnriz�'�Teaii.'Mte3fia� orredooe the men's wages;Of-Mnse^thasainaa' tetahavedetenaiseddniiielatterWdn^.- '' '.] SirGeiM8�-fee^ us, for argnaien^-adtgfailmft ,tt� snt. tp "pa true-we ,wffl-aiib:;inp^:.tlio mBst��^-to''hava.'givan'the r^nized:1 notice for a Mcldctfcn of ynf^a^-ma^T^ipvcb the man an equalright to atete to ^.masteis'tha^ in their oiBnion, tbere.knoraal necessity Idlwatraiife their masters in redncmg'.'Swwsges at'tiiarpieS|eat time. Therefi>re,aeiiiea^deeaitaeirdiityf6aak; the masters to first sahiS^FtBe'pwtiisiitSrefiioto to some disinterested BKtfJ^uit. if-thalih�f$^ would not do so; th:ity;wb^r'Mr6bn^il6^^ "evaiy lawful means/' vitirattttifcr Bra tha same trade toxender iiiam tem^CBairy:asairiwifln to maintainthehr price.. So&rsdgood.1-:Tbislmoda of proceeding we caU lawful in this oonnt^i^      ' '? A struggle follows, as a matter of course. -'Soth' masters and men strive which can hold ont the longest without snbtnittiog to the other. , l  mite to tb^ feUow-worianai or otherwise^ a& thiT'.' may think pioperj withoni hieing dietatsi ;to by; thur mastery considering these maaten are era^iciy log tha very means they seek to deprive these znea \ of. If the masters   tect each other, and deposit �100,000 for thaonewed pnrpoae of crushing the working men of tbisooontry, it is well known the woridng men have no �tO0^0O(> to deposit if tbey ware so disposed, neither, can tha masters giro us ttaf precedent of such men ever attempting such an tmwanaatable. act nnder snoh circumstances. Sir, allow me to state that, so long aa &a positioa remains so unequal between master and man, it wiU. be impbmible to enjoy that desired peaM and haiw. mony which ought to exist between the employed and the employera. Aa a matter of oodrse^ oiir beat workmen will be driven to sedk employment in other countries, our trade mine^ masters bankrupt, and, instead of exporting onr prodobe, we shall to compelled to import. Therefore^ oaght not some efforts to be made, even by onr Govomment, to stay, before it is too late, such an awful calamity ? If yoaask ma in what manoBr do I wish yon to proceed in the present case, to pia present relief, if possible, my answer ia-T^e steps to canse a oom-mission (as soon as convehrent) to sit. to hear evidence on both sides of the question; take snoh steps as shall lead to the settling of the present dispute, and laying the basis (from the evidenos before them) for a more amicable settlement of all such future struggles; such oommiseion to be composed of one gentleman (uninterested in tha : matter) chosen by the masters, one gentleman from the worUng men (uninterested), one gentleman by Government (uninterested), and one from tha pnblio aforesaid; these foor gentlemen to be prended over ' by one of the Jndges of Common Fleas, .irira, shall ait to recdve snoh evidence as ahttll be Imd before ' them, and to suggest to all masters V(bb hare not , yet looked out their men to postpone aU look-onta until the breaking up of snoh commiBsibn; that (he evidence laid befa:e such oommisaion be reported before the House fjr the porpose of establishing snoh a law as shall be deemed snffioient to reetifr all such disputes in fotnie; at (ha oondnfibn oif such evidence before the said oommissioiiec^ masters and men to sign an agreement not'to uk'fin an advance of wages on the one hanj^'nbr to cffor to reduce the wages on the other, unfit (ha Sonsa has passed a law for their faturs guidanoa m auttoa of wage and other questions.-I am, yoor obedient servant, GioasB Baowir. Brandy Carr, Wakefield, March, 1865. STATE OF TRADE. WoLTEsHAHFtoK.-In the present stete of trade it is hard to say what the lair maikei price of iron is, bat from the fact that the sospensionof (he worka in Staffordshire and in the aortit of England has so slightly strengthened prices, it is hardly reeaonabla to expect a brisk trade when fto works ue started again. The hardware tradeaofthis town and district are quiet. The foreign orders am nnnsuaUy small. Bombay is doing a Uttle, but the rest of the Salt Indies, Ohind, Australia, and Booth America are sanding vsry few orders. NawpoET (MojwoTTiHaHniB).-Buyers are ^ring out their orders for iron with fiur more freedom than usual, and where tbe delivery oan be guaranteed within a reasonable (im^ there ia not much difEoolty experienced as regards prices. The makers ofthii connty have entered into considerable tiansactians of late, and the fiist^Oaaa. hoosea declioe to accept the speoificatioas at less than from Ss. to 7s. 6d. advance on the quotetions which prevailed a m^th ago. The fnrther falling off in the demand, from America has been bnt Uttle felt, owing to thoordfflB which have been offered consequent upon the took-ont; but had not the latter even (aien plao^.^g* is no doubt that prices would have been inth.diffl-ouUy main(ained. Fot the weekending aa2M (ha capita were 1,416 tons. Thatia-pW^sjWtan-tinnes dnlliandqnoiatibnsremaibwi(hoaE�ltai�fam. Tbastoamteal mbrbhanta are intt,�^M Jfja otderi^ai^ upon tie wholft-there M.a*6ler^y l�n�? I trade drfng.J V-. .-.iJ i'*'-   

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