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   Bloomington Post (Newspaper) - December 7, 1838, Bloomington, Indiana                                 BI.00.1H*Vf>ÍT0.V, (i.t.) DEC'K,1ÍBS:H 7, i sits.  líV M. L. DEAL  VAN  TIk; Ivlitor iiT aJilIIII 111-'  n\ 'MVI'S lili- l'w  !U IIISI'URV.  I he .Ncw-Vo; k Í^ÜII, in an article •uM ilcniücrat le: iViuiids m 'J'aiiiiDa-liiu iiii' amusing sketcii of \ an Hu-  rfli"> |iolii ii-al carecí' :  You reiin'Milicr « Ih'h, in 1C17, \vc ran up tlic Buck-tail liai;, \\c liail liiit l'iLihteeii men wilh us in l!ic l^e^i^lai'i l'c ami unii ciily linee pic-^-es in the siale,  we ii|i|ii!-'CiJ 111 ('!:íit(ii), on the ^Mdiuii] tiiat lie  0|)[in-i'.| ilic ihc and runa^mi.t .iaiiii'S .\iail-  i-di) lur llic I'ic-i iicy, and in lliice \ears we e.ii-rii ii the siale. \\ !ieie '.vas .Mai Ini \ au liuien, ai lhat t!iiii-'? W'llii liic Dcniiiciac) With till.' wai party? Willi llic .Madisiiiiians? .\ii siicli tiling;  lie was liaiijMii',: "11 llie ■^kl^l.s of .M i'.C''int(]ii. ami here let ine icuainl y<Mi, ilial han^ni^ on the ;,k;ri> of enuncili im n, ins liccii llic ]iccii!lai IcaUi11' and >c■ crei OI \ an iJuicn".^ aiU anci'iiK lit ; lie inoM.'d in ilit ("onventinn to Ic,w ('lin!cn"s noininaiinn lor (Ji'\ eniiir made iniaiiimiui^; he huii^ clo-cly !o his .'~kii i" ynlil he lIc cni ii nl ^cMiiii; a;jain.'^t hnn, vvlicc !ic (iio|i|i':d I.ti', and lai ki-d hiiii-» || to the .>kiiU <•; Tomkin-'. jiiid u ln'ii 'l'oiiikiiis icliied. he go! Iftild i ! the skil ls «f Ho^'cr SLiimcr, l'ai Icy, Kt,'_s>.and "^iLi-W I iglit, elamhcied niM the Senate ol' llie L'nüci: lítales, mu( h to the annoyance ul' lliut disinteie.s'.eii polilieian Col. .^amnel \oung.  In the Senate, he iiuni; on to the skirts of Riil".'-in "^'(lod siiciely. Ih i|' ( aw foul, and u lin, ■Hon ol' l-'icM.lcnt ai.Il  led, lie made fAo o, .\(lanis '-.oi e a siienc,'.. ini-'-cd hl> hold, and he settled : 'iiale, liinkmi,' round to .-ce u ho he like ihe old 11,an in the .stcny oi Sm At leiij^il). uhen it was iedu;cl '.e .\i!dicu .lack^on wouhl sneeced, in I'll theoidi hal uasal'rfiid ol \ai, finren, and tinally he micci : di d in ^eltin;.' Iiohl ol hiin hy the hulliiii. and h\ ihiswav he into li,, «•ahiiiet ; he iIk n calighi hold o|'i|ie >kiits ol' M-itoii. Kendall, ai'd lilaii. and linai 1 v tli i oii;:li eH'oils, i/ ciau led into the ( ¡eiicrars |)0( kc!, and he n.adc him his siieeessiji. lla\ ui;^' lo>[ i he old chicrand h,-.'. inno ski i Is hut his ou n Io >11-,1ain him, he l'eli lo groiuid as every |ìih1\' e\| i cied he utjuld do. man \n ho rode jnto |i(iuci on t'vcrv manVsshou! !ei found ins anele> too uc.ik lu sub'.uin liini when lie i was left to stand alone. j  Tin; ro.NGiiiA i: IM ki.t.—Thr vflry flight of thi'^ con^rcve rocket slaillin<i; H springs from ihei giouiid in a voliiuie of llame, and then rushes .'líoiig ' wiih aciininnc d loai. unh il> huge he.id hla/iiii.'. and, sinking |ieint hi,ink and wiih tieniendious lorce, at the disiaiK i' ol a milt; or moie. In a scicc il^ aheady c.Mieim |y loin.idahle. It hu is;s t h i oiigji roofs, and li.\es i'm Ii' w Ih icmt ii ran liorc its ua\, and It inllanies e\ciy thing that is conibn-tihlc. iiioi.e walls only v^'n ie|)cl n, and that not alwins. 'i'his neajion may fee it gaidtd as almost e.xclusive-ly i'"nplish ni its n-e. a^ well a'> in ils (m igni. It u ill be like ihe l-In^jlish hov\ m the lifu'cnih reiilnry. In the ne.ti uai w hat an exiraordinary change will take place in all the I'-tahli-hed instiunienisof putting men out of the win Id! We shi>JI be ¡uiacted at once from oljove and helow. 'V\ e shall have the balloon ehoweniig fii*! upyn us from miles iihovc our heads; the steaiii gim levelling us fu.m Miillsinid ramparts, before we can conie w iihiii di'^ituKC to dig a trench ; the coogrevcs Mtliug our tents, aiianuuitioo nagon.s,  and oni.--clves in a hiaze in our lir-t --leeji: and the steamer running ami iIoiiil,' mischicr c\crv wlicie. ¡5ut of all ilio-i' i.iisclnef-iiiakci s, I .-liojld give the palm to the loi'ket.  i\o inlantrv on earth ciiiild stand for ti\e nnr.ctws within fi\i' hunilied vards ofa wi II scivcd rockei  llic iii.ist I ¡Mijii 'ii: pi I'achers ol his lime, one ofth« e|i;;>i(.".t wiiteis. ail heiic.'^l |i"(MlcV, a lirst rale tiddler. and a!)ij'.e a!l, a good n.an.—Ba/liinarc Sun.  baitei v. Ilall'a do/.en vollevs of halt' a dozen o| name¡its of 1 Lc chi i'^i!  ■•ri.', t:; , ■-'IL'"—'-Trif ìnt:i vcrrr couijurrvd.— It !s rc(" o I' Dr. l'ale V, one of the 1 ri''h lest or-  illese iiery ai row s would hreak '.lie slrongc-i h;'.U; ions iii'io Iragmenls, o'n; liall dead upon ihe ground, i 'lu and llic oiher hiazmg and loi n oM'r tlie lidd. Tie e nne n IS noi hing to i hci r el'  rch, that while in col-  hcavic-,1 tire frem il \\ an! - the- dirccine--ulting l'ioni iho-e, ili( shail c'.ci Celli \\lieliiimg foici Mie tiesl cliaiici ti'ina! iie_'ii-i'P  Hill  illese iiery ai row s would hreak '.lie slrongc-i h;'.U; ions iii'io Iragmenls, o'n; liall dead upon ihe ground, i 'lu and llic oiher hiazmg and loi n oM'r tlie lidd. Tie e nne n IS noi hing to i hci r el'  hcavic-,1 tire frem il \\ an! - the- dirccine--ulting l'ioni iho-e, ili( shail c'.ci Celli \\lieliiimg foici Mie tiesl cliaiici ti'ina! iie_'ii-i'P     ■s. sle.iilme^    s. ibe liain    e.and le-      e leiaor."        1 Ihe 1!, Ill    :-b lree¡.s      tlie lie    1,1    iiboni    an o..i-      •kciccrs.    till    ■y Ulli ibi    1 iw a Wi V      'loi th,i    t C    \ er u as I,    .-1 by n,¡-      «Ol lime I-'    ■an    be more    oiu lll'l-      dons \ie:        III has 111)'    CVCII \el      lacil) for    w    ar on a ^r ¡¡¡tu    eat -ea!,). ■'.■,'/■ ,, 1 /     "gc. lie Via- inclined to idleness and dissipation, g, a iicliaml di.s.iipated fellow sludT'nt, s loou u i: h iliH singular reprool: "I'a. l.'y, I ha\e' -11 lliinkiiig what a fool you are. I  II ihe 11!-a n> of ill-si I Ml ;on, and e.in all'o.d lo |jo "■lie. \ .lie |i,,or I c,uiu..t oli'ord il. 1 should eike Iieih.iiu II I Ut re lo apjil V myself. Vouar.!  u eh ¡1,  0 I I 1 - 11 1 g t  1 l ie il. I lia\ I  r.' le ii;_ !r Il Veil,"  li^ix niii; i\ ()\\ i;\ ci )i .\ rv.  A high' y I ( ''I celaliic ami i iiIci igen: ei; ;,'.•'ii o!' I'ic11i  I 'oim:\ . ( u ho li.is I.....! mi.ch .lüi ir;on 'o lie-.. !.. e  all'I Vi ilo 1- a Cell I ( ■( III Ile:-'' i -ledi ii.e"c: . \ i a !, lie: a \ ie\v o I I he CI iU I -e 1 I ! i.e \eu \ 11 an \ a i; t'lav. I'.e l-viec leail Mim 'i; il < iueu , , :iie\ . -ai  u,i. le- ::i Ihai he 1. ::i  and -m . >lii  CI ¡i.l o ..:' lis ah'e.' , his luill e lia •■■j e I This I,.,,  mineiicc --and, iiMj ceil kept aw ake diii  d ha V" lieu c.iinc soiennis to nh ■eii;-, I of:h.s i 'eiai.,ei;c adaioiii ale 1 ■ li.i 11 a'leli, and ;l:e li  a-i's 11.^  . ' : I r • ■ : M a e a ' e  KiiiL'. nnr.l he go( intiod'icci then look hwid el ihe -kills i poor f'l a w |oi d lost the clci Jcdiii l.iuiiu'\ Adams siicecci thicc grahs at Ins skirls, hut and \ an Hiii (ji:icl 1 \ in Ilii conlil nc.\l I ide, b.ul ihe Sailor, a certainty lhat crept neai' In  ||.1\ s -;n ee. d i-a ,, \ c i ci I ii e \;ia' oui: I'lmig ill" leu'" Ol ihc .1 ai  ih" de w II ea;,"ii's . al ih" -m  1)1,.' lei, :i I 'he .■/ ' \ ' "ll-l V e (il 111 t Ile . '1 ■ ; ¡Uni • !ial. I r |i| i ■ \'.oiil'l ■■ili'e,'. lor a'I Im i' le c. cc--:;i \ , lliC \\aiils o|' iLc u le  so Un ; ' iii.I 111 ¡ Ol 'a :il mi ne i i ■Oli of 1 mi,,111.1 |s ::i a.'i a : ' \ m k I il 'ile ! ; 1. , ,,;\i,, , .1,1 1  'i iM ; I - "li I 1' h 11 '1 leu \ I a ; -eiiM "ligaii'i. ice"M.ai|ii,!;:  I 1 I 1 ,. e SI , ¡I ;,, mie . ,1 e ih-'  me l.'l il -- 1,1 . il lllM.M d in  "1 i.a "liai u I a 1 ■ li u 11 li m 1-1.,, lì,"'.' "Il 11 - i!i" ; ,11 \ u II ich au a;  Ol  II," I  |i;i-hed. lei.l.'i- ( ,, 1,.,  1 o I n e (I , a 1111 11 11 11 11 e \ Telleip- ll,e <", . , , r I lie!; i.eii I.,,!: --I j a 'en ni i aml u l.l líe \ lie' lian,I e, iini ll, I i'ee .1 1.1 ^'■1 a leu el II.e a !. .le, I , I! e I 'C I - e V c I a I iC" I . , '.', ¡'.ilev ,i:e_h! never hy  "Ciiui.-^ ir,; r) ,  rc-all,  I- ou II  ^ ^ id|ii,u-.  • "i¡ I ¡- ■ Mil 1 ■ ', il : mil 111 h : II. oui; ■I-. i'iie n |:,ou'i m ,!e„,|, ami 1" II— haï ihal ol Tal-y. u ,.| ||vo 1 pen ) I 1)1' r." onUal inn ."  n and lia -.....-nils', a'-com-  1. Il'»' .a 1 e-i)l,ri,i|i delilieia'ely li'i a nio neiil \< a'.cii'I. ee Volile^ 111"!!, ail" idy  III Iiji '1! 'Il,' ." h i-;<, aae-i  ■ll n  -1 ry a. il n:;li-  ne ie\:i Iij.ic of  ial.s lo be l'üf-  :.nii CM 1 \ |ai iailii ,' ihal ie-|,i  an  I II,m in ,en I nini ,!i lilil  ned cl f,"\el, eieil.) r o ire  a I e U r I n r e le.l. and -n ' hci va-' 'ala )  >!:-.c; V 11 ■an 'I a-i, her da\, ,an, Thee  I'll" mei\  'i iii'; !1' TliM f, l!i;iR.  I- ail an:" i l'i e' \"i.ii' \vc,l ling wl'ii ........ "'''il '' I''': !''■ "' iii-oniy ~ea ihu  ■1 l'", ''>|'i uni I,.. h lie yoai self iikt: a  i'l> 'M V /'e;,:- - \ ei , d aia cdute is fol.l ol la. ;.'e.. ,1 i>. W I .11,-. Il,e , leni Cil' liii.giai lici of W a-li  inglon. 11 I- 1,1 II I 'a ' \ 1,1 1 .u n ' l.a' .\| i . \\ ccin- 111 i t'i ek-, hl^I ihal l.e I 1 ..lia d llcin al-o. In one o  \ \ Ol  , . > s'  a u. esM n .'V as a youni; man sea'cj ■ime; a hni."- |,|,.ce of bica I c .wr-"■'-■ c - ; In - en! y aiisu er u as a si e h,  i' I'.....I Icai s. riK.' |ia i en! -l.ir-  e d. iiiaii led. "W hai nli-■an e- h,i;r!-onie an 1 w.-al-h \ . a>"i I, a 1. il \. n mils! he -. a ne 1 m le o r a no: he r. leur lei '1,1 , ana I w c i e mai i led and il is m> eoiii-e,md ' !i e \ eu Cjiai e for \ ou," nn|i!ni|,.'  e- .' Ima -..I.hed Thomas. -[Il,Ts', a difTcrent ■a-c, \ I a mai i i< d mol lier, but l'aui to|be sent out tj  nnrru a  ■al\  bis c.\"ii ! ■ aiiis ol i!ii, miiiiic. he ai cidcnilv Irli m u e h a I ,1 ! r I il \ I née . i o¡ ic l,o \n' i c aloni to eci ma 1 I c il. .M : . V\ ( I n. . h,n ,iig n ane lain-i 11 k iiou n u as il lin, cibali !', applied ¡o li. l".'i 1. en i I be ce i cnii .li \ o I um I l.e : 1,1 in \\ i dl. i k. Mha I In - mipoi lani mr' Srrv' il /.-e,'//— In Zancs \ ¡lie. Mask ingum cniinty, ter had bi cn -e:i|. ,l.ilie m'ca \"i \ lia nialiv alleges 'bio, some mmiilisago aclcreyman was callediipon ted il-clf lo sen c I I ibe ceni| a:i\ lhal ,i da licl^ u on f I t'«uiaia\ a \ oiing cou pi,', and he re;.; ¡ red to the house.  hc\eiv .........Mill.....a-i-n' Mr. W ccnis liadl'''!'^' I a. I \ V', a s |. i csci: I a ml al 1 be r fi lends, hut t ho  no oly clioii; ibc (iiii\ diliieiil:\ lini' aj.| eaicd lo reu I , bi |..|i gì oeiii did nul appeu r. ami I be l.idv in eie,it ,.lcr the |,io| , .,.1 ini:iiac¿,e ill' ' v.a-. ilnilibcy had g i icl had to d en 11 ss t he who'c p., rty. Keeentlvthe  \'.a-. lli,i! ibcy had no lililíic, . 11 w as hi - pe 11 d 1 bal l be dilii'idty coiild lie o» e I coiné ll cei lam ai an;;''n eni- c ul i Ik' raade . .Aceni ding !y. ,1 ciii'aiii u as siis|iendi d froin iheei'i-Img, exlendilig liom one muc ol ihe inoni to thc olh  -aune elei gy man liad a si mi la r ca 11. and all ¡be'parties ucic |iicsi nt, bul wlicu he cainc to iho woids ••you taketbis in.in lo be _\eiir wcddi.'d hu.sh md,-,hò l.nly sani \cr\ cmphal u ,i i I v, ,i. | nrf inll m.ir-  r;and piesenilv í.ebmd ii uashiaid ibc tlnniihingi T'/ hi-.¡ii!ii s..v nv,,,'!, „,/./ /  and tuning i.f a violTii, and sooii aficr the merry j //arc rr ¡ n 'I 'n m i :t lus mni e n ií" cii'ic'i-  dance heg.in. All ihmgs wem gaiK and menly lor ¡ ''i I""i"1"'• ll'u.is :be sam.'ladv  awhile; hut snddenllv t he <u i inni w a" toni loos,.,: u Im Inni I "cii jiecil, an,I.-he 11 " n in.' I j he cein(di-  when lo! who should the company behold hut the nicnl in a ........ decide,I and inorlifyigg mjiiner  Kev. .1. J,. Wi'cins, filling awHV as if ('„r dca'^ Jifc , l^-'"^'^''' am.—N. \ . Slar.  ilself, hut leaiK for the atnuscuicnt of the dancers ! ■ --------•  It is ecriamlj, a happy faculty to Le able*to turn ono'e hancT ic any ihmg Mr Weem» was uue ofj  All ])cr-ons ciiiiiii.ed in üngliind fordcht, vrere là* have Utn rele,'\scd on the I si October jast   

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