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   Fort Wayne Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 9, 1842, Fort Wayne, Indiana                               THOMAS T1GAR, KIHTOIl I'UISLISIICIl. 3-.00 PI'It ANNUM IN ADVANCK IF i'.MD WITHIN SIX MONTHS Sa.OO AT TIIIIKNUOKTIIK DTAIII.oUerf onuuti or iliey will not tie iiltulii ii line for (hug Pft  sctllu and sintn your tolmc C'.. Tbewhttlo bnsinesd of drying mny lit demo in from dix f. uiylil ihiyg, ,f -mhlly at- liMided lo. How TO PACK IT yniir lo- jbaccoLs dudiiiit-nily dry, dnixv ouithe'firL Troin the furnace, llirow plenly of wnicr over Hie ruilhiMi fl.iur of yuur drying nrum, tvbicfi will dvaimralu, und IWin H .-lemn ihin willmahuyiHir loluiccn rjuilo ihon I you mny liiln, down  il n linn Ihen l.iy Ihcse slielts thus prepared in a box lirupnivil rnriliu when: it mils Itepl pcrfrclly dry, or it rnny Ixi bid jn corner of the room. 'I 1IR WAV TO HUI.lt IT DOU'N___CollJ- nipncB in c'-rn-r ofllic room, fay rfonn tl'tvk wiih ihu liu's K.wurd.s Mm wall, lay die titlt of lilt; next siieli wny of lhu Cwt, liid so you m.iy make liuiip ni wide w you p'eii.sejiho ancund Inying turn llm hulu Ihe otliur WUy, an.! U.UH i-nrh liiyitig. wish, obiii.gil I each color by itself, and lie il no in bundles, wilh a leaf lobncco nrouiul (inch bundle, or hand, nnd ilirn il is ruudy Mile. J- M. SNIYiaV. -VORT WAYNE StiNTliNKL. TOUACCO, Mr. J. M. fjnivclj'oi udvurlluuu in. our coluniim Hint lid will all lite To- lintco thnl umy bu rniHOil In lln'u viuiiiity lliu with Iho uf rttirtj'njr 'I'ulmceu, ho hnn with Ilia followimf inoiln of unlll- ulrnu-.i frnu. rrglon for Dm iiiifclinna ul' thla wcetl.wo hojiu our tion to fix culture, nnil tlniH lieeiittnioni; the money cjjteliJeil lor it. The unreal wny to nliniit (juoil times be for tu Inly RH Jiltloand nell an mucli nn im-niblc. A HKCIPK KOll IlAISINCi AND CUH1NU TOHACCO. L'ut oul yonrjilantri in ln'lln, ahonl ilnon end) w.iy, il clear riotn .lull iho lillller ttix-d whieh is voty 'injuriou; hu careful In desiioy llio your liuvii from six In I'tn h-nveji on, cut off llm I'.IJPS, in tirdi r llinl llio yrow fill! llm lop, ami ttVii llic 11 hn Irietnl in llio interior of ti3 uil ufan ope- lluil nunrler, which dhowg (hill some brought old aerpiainlanco HI.. lailed hi Lowell, lUnxH. wan lo Itu a man i.riiili'yiiiy nnd in iliihlrtuliH liiiliils. liirf cicdilorH lotined him a small sum willi which in begin thu woild incw  rieu of which was 07 ccnist per bushel, o 'tie hundred and lificen dollars nnd hvcniv- four cents: Ai lhu sanm limo ihis. was occupied wilh oilier crops aneh ii.- rneloriB, loinatocs, csmlUluwers, cabhaycs Sic. Arfsoon ns the ht-iins liad ceased I'ifiir, Ihe vines weru immedialely romyvrd, ilic; ground being well cnllivalcd, iheris wa.- ilillilo room mill lime for llu; othei :row. Many of liis early vogolalk-b nri oi warded in hoi nnd, r Oi nii.it of ihe ground which hu culiivait-K, hi fio'rf Oom two ID four A cropofrad- c, bciiiisi mid cucuinbcrs, inay hi to the.-c H (all sjiiilncb, is somu nios added. In the past Bca.Sdii, ho U has had crops wbiub by llio ..Id inndos o! Lisbandry, wnnld Ion ucre.-; {jrowiny upon four Mis prrtciici: JH for tho firs-'t crop ID givi nd iho sucec-odmu welllhrunj-h wilh ill renewal. Hi; never in ami res sparingly. Uiri onions are sowed in .Inly or ihu Ijr.sl -Thuyaic highly -uil, tier in ihe (all, und uirly in lhu f arc ncovuttjil, and MO.UI lit for Uiu mar t-i; and the is ofi'llm "round in soasun Sir. L'iercu vuliic-i very highly slallc ina- utc nn-J to apftly it tu his cmps in io.fl itipidly and powerfully. For anhe.t In- Ibe highest eslimnlinn; and ivlicti uap bnileru call lo buj allies for ihe CIH in.-ary piiro of len ccrjlK n bu-lirl, Im ic- hy ihe soap boiler twenly cenlc f..r all ho has nnd l.nys llu-m If }'pniclieal man; of nim-Ji cxpi and i lei ior In no no iu iho ;idtniialil> kill and success of !iiM cnillvalion. Il ictly evidcnl ihal he dor.s nnl in llt -pcim lallon unu ihird in pn, from Ihreu to four feet tony and nhonl threw rcmu'ma Tim ho-s hai. .quarters of an inrh in diamcler. Imvo u! thn ciiil .m till Buchul llmL will ftl Ihe end of sticks, with u hh.du lo piucc the uit-m lhu olhersidc. 'I he woods of Wesuiro -of lhu leaf wilh. When you Imvu onu a iik loll of qmidrnped lhan any ocuai full you mny ttiknufTtliu suchol und put of llio liimy wlmlc, and Ihe qnndmped i: have il all Mining; n Mick four feot long will Jour. hold !rum 90 to 100 lunvcs uccotiling to (hair eizo; then hang up Iho slickd mt lhu beams, ivilh thu jioinls of llio lenvus downwurdu. To CUKE re ur FIRE you iviah lo cure it by firo, which of course is much ihu fastest, you will wnnl u house expressly for tho purpose, cloao and warm, made of logs chuncked nnd daubed; m I hid hnusu you will want a furnaco, this may be inado hy bed- foot, no tlmt llio smohu will mtido in llio room, mid in ihu funmeu ding down Damn dry logs or limber, wheus you wiah to inuko your furnace, and cover- ing them clay, as you would tnak .clay-oven; Imvo im urchin dm front cud, and a hole fur iho smoke (o escape al tli .other end, let both urula  hieh hu cultivate- lliis hu uies extends bin cultivaiioa by hiring, occu- tonally, small lots in bis neighborhood. Tliu exiuiil ul'tiH out lols ta givun; ml it may bu infuired from ihi; f.icl llml Tor iinu of ilium hu mivs annual rent ol llm olhu pie'eo J40. PROFITABLE FARMING. Georgo I'iercc of Cambridge, I The uinoum of sales from thu whole- tlunc ilhin lliu ytai, thus fur, is 54 _ The amonnl of from bia homo lot of s 5-1. Tho anionni paid for labnr on llio whole, up to ibis dale (Nov. '27, 1841.) is ug.willuiul inclu ding iho (.'.vjienso board ttf iho men. for bis own hihor, and'tiiii.urviaion nnd mar- keting. The. bills paid sin ing for ii'iUiuitc, n mount (id to 76; but ho lllinkti tho wholo used hus anmunled to in Iy twico tlmt sum. Ilia particular aim is to rni.su fniiia vi'guiabluB fi.r the miukot, such no piMichi'R, Hlmwlierrius, unit lutlnce, spinuch and olhtr grcuns, <-aily ltind.4, brocoli. heels, can turnips, peas, bunus, oniony nil ol wbirh uro nrufitublu crops whon hu h t cteHful in growing ihom. lie plnnls linle com and potaloes, us ho thinkd hu ciui iiao iho g.ound to much botl uio o( hid mosl jirnilui idn crops lliu present ticunon havu been fall sown onions, from n piecu of laud thico widih and uight rods in length which gave him 167 dollars. Another profilahlu was Hiibn, or (as they IHO cnllud) aovotaims. There were 1248 hills, which on the first picking yielded 38 doll urn. Thu yield nccording ID lhu account kept amount- ed lo 70 dollars, when, hiwing lost his min- ulcs ho was nnabln lo naccrliiin thu miliri amuiint. Of Hiring buu.ia hu had Iho luat yeai TIIH CKUTMN WATEII Wuittca, madn ioi IK; of brinyiii" thu wnlor from river mt.i New York, for lliuiHu of ihe liy, iinni.i nuarly cmnpluted llml lhu waler nil inio lhu ciiy on llm -lib luly t'iusi. Tim wmlt if llm yreiil Aipteducl They enter id Iho nl itj nxiulh nt tho (Iroiun 5ing Sing, o-Viiliiaiitiuti im ground to iho Ifnrlem rivitt; n distmico f lliuly llneu miles which under ex nination employed [hem thicu days: In 0 lowest cul, whith in nliovo Sing Sing, ev 70 fiMil liehnv'ibo nl th'' 1 tli; and ai tho Alill river embankment they ere 85 feet iiliuve tin, Hiifacu   :ivu frequently forced ilieir way intn Ihe orltH. These, Li rxtiml il II.M Hind more convuniunl lo pcrmii lo into 10 wuik tu ..vchide. Thu ondilion of llm woik iliL'y Connd and m ehcdlrf ami M..m.Mmeim.Ks l.-li lo raw tint walur whilu lhu finish was bu pnl Upon Ihe woili, have been diieiried o hu closed Tim acronsi Il'uh'ni mu already laid, nm! havu been lillei! y lo tho head, whichlsabmil 120 feel, n bolh rospccla ihe proof wad tialislacloiy. or VAN Vt IntiroVloek, abiml one h.imlted "enlle- down, wiih Mr. Vim Itmen.....i liuiicrgutuji in ftlr. ULAIIIS hoBl Mylo.- nd laku by llm hand llio K.v lhai tinny crowded lo lhu doors nnd windi low. could no lonyrr bo denied llu- alo lhu dining room. Dim of this mimbei vas u small luil Duichmaii; ad- Iruaited nlr. Van Huron as !u ye 10 Mr. I'm en, yo e 1 luelk- liilchiiinii, finding, in answer lo bin iiuiuiry t'lor Iho hoallh of llm ihm Mr. Van llurun could talk viot lucli TUB HOMAHCE or shnn u- ago, in omr of llm villages on iho f Korlll, ilVL-da lad) whose hiislmn.niad kmf lu sea, and never having heart! mi him for nojil.t slm Imvo been dead. Al lhu limo hcrhushnnd out lu sea S. livH in a town in in- land; but after giviiiir up of his ro- 10, -slu: ruinuvud with her only, llimghlor, lu r native country llio course ycurs a pi nbalioner of lhu Cliureli of tirut tid ciinio lo ollicinlu ns a missimifirv in I he nrUh, and formed an attiichtnciit for Miss ijtieiiig no immcdmle. prospecls o( oh- a church til home, hu resolved on listening hiinnelf to one nf our American i Ion it-s, and received an uppnimiiieiit ihcre rom a colonial missionary society." Having men united lo ftlisu S. ho (..ok llopar- urc, his wile and nioll.tir-in law It ollow as .soon as hu Khould have prepared Tor Iheir comfortable reception. They ur !urdinuly lofilhis country t.-omo timu nflo vards for America. In thu mnantinm ntnoii" ho sotllers over whom tho youny divinc; ha a cnmfortabln fanni iho named S. who niado inijuirioii afior 111 listory of Ihe minster's wifm and mother, ami cxproiisud an anxidiH desire to sco them Thoy did arrive .safe, nnd 'iso of all, when on iho enlrv ol Mr. S. ho nowly arrived fcmiilos found in him th lost hunband nnd father. Having hoci in H blu iraco his family in after: ilrnctod absenco, hu had rclurnuil to Amer- ica, where; by coincidence bolh he and ihey found llu.se hnd given up now- living cumforlnlily Ju' new paper. From llio N. Y. Jour. Kxn.or.iKG ESi-Ecn of Hit United Stales corveiii; lilioo, arrived al this port yesterday IOOH from a cruise of nearly lour years__of. leers and crew all well. Tho Yiiiccimttt U-n Mnntilliioi! tlio 21si 'ry, Capu Town on the 17lh uf April, mid SL Ileh-na on thu GOVERNOii-a 7'o the Sennit: and House nf JlffireiCiituiivcs: d lit-cn nearly (onr years; dii ing linn-, we luaiu ihal diUWenl sailed about funr lumdrcd ibon and mili-s, Tho expedition has uviiry pail of Iho duties confided il by tin; Govtrinmuiil. OHKOOK Wo learn frnm IVcHicrii Missonrian thai lhu Orogtin i-x .cdilimi nut al ilieir placo ol n ndi zvuns- ihe boundary flf ihi, Ulhm.st. and fleeted offiters, .-md mad. ihi'r pi ejinratorv in jjctliiifr lit iijuiti their journev" Dr. di Wliiio was dueled Caplam, J. ,1. ami A. L wore elected n roin.i, K'-jj. yreord ..frvcry lliiiig ish lo ibe L'nfilie' The expe iiiitn r.iFii.sisid   llm d.lumbin, by 1-jl ay of UtMdliur ni-xt. Tlwy lefl C.ove :0 miluri Irwiii Independenee cm Ht. Louis llnlleliii. lunal fur tlicir euiislnitl-oii mill ii mi reeoimm-n, il. Iliilllicallviualirfl t.iliinu iif tu. one or iUo uU.tr f tl.tsc niiilioi. I.iL us (lie in TAINI-UI. IpJTKi.i.irjKNCB. havo jn-l earned llml on Tmwdiiy .-ITUI'IIU Jams. diivcr fur (lit- Ale.-Hi.s. Wises ranawny wilh ihe of Mr. Tavern keeper near al nil. Ciirtuul v. ry eaily ihe miiininu when lln-y weru lawliillj Mr. ThnrsTon. had h, eii in Idijjenl imrhuii, i-nti-n-d ro.im where lh. umplo and hespol. ilr. i- lliu I'mii-tilnnjall. tho W.IH hi uu have lean- d Mr. fn I Mr. lljiriiwHwni.ldriid. hut m a way t'inctaiics (.iaselte. INDIAN WAlty. njtviurm ctu'ivoil lit llm War Driiarmtciil, which Int. mil ground foi Hurious njijirelieiihion ronjlicl wilrii.kr phico bulwnoil llm id lhat puni.M. .if i hi) united band of ilm Ol. car (Jouneil Illolls. n decimation hy llm lattm ol leu IVairi ol an had a Ml..11 in-lit d lhu Iniliim i.llicr. which Induced llm L'crt-liiry of tu oider a company of racoons 10 Council U lulls lo proh-et lh. pptollendud ouibicidt. The iMitinmnicii (HeiitiitK-d lhan il hcieti.fniii won-, ['lie OttawiiH, Chippowa-.-, and L'otawalutniet ,uvi! wrillen a Idler, under ilalu r.l'Tlh ithir ulln; Dcliiniiirn. inviliiiffilum lo utlim m ymnx. 'Mm N.IU-r Ihis 1. itei rtiremrtilM In he to i hostile inimiion inio llm cnimlry ihe miled bund, and ihal '.hey Imvu scni rium.'ii iinoii" on the Si. I'.iter-.1 ur re-Mifiiieeiiu-nts, su us tn bu in stimuli Tim Ullowas, Chippewas and nicH infonn thai they hav. fiO im-n in, (birliurdiTNiifltifir hind on the iHih mil for the Simix, nnd call Iho vigorous ibey lo make. Thirt liitti-r win handed hy a in he cuiMimindiitg bilker til Furl I.uavunworlh il senl by him (o iho Indian ubi) H diiirgu Iho Dulau-iirfD, ihrnitgh whom I ieachid '.ho Indian ollko- Btrnnj. hopes rn onlmtained ihal :i iinM'ltiii> of lh" hostile inrlioM will bo prevenli-d. llnl the Sion.v ate nibulenl, mslless, delight in war. The ilmoKl vigilance will bo incflectiitil sumc- imes In slay the of llits.i wild 1'licir moveiiieiils are. .secret and rapid .lowsareoflenMi-.ick hcfnro il U km, li.-y tiro In llns itHlimn-. h  'I lipf jurcMit on lliu -risditwi vitliii! nf ilie rual mill (lerxniul in i'criKylruinsi !if. II is f.ir Jn-k-.v if, i.nii.inilH lu ul i-tllh.ttis ..f.lt.l- >lcu! louvu a i-iiij.lits 01 -'X''ni'illt.'tr'i'. m il.c litiiimrj. Ami ytt, ulcli H Hie Ki-iieral Ml H HI'.J.-CI iflliMfiiiJ Ui.nu mo ujuii- i..   Ilie (lalh of Uonsrcs-, an.! calls Mr Mr-Hliiuley leii.ns liy calling Wise -'.i lun.r luan Hun M yoml Ti.uso :iin bandied bthvocn tltci c.iiic and breaks it ,n tethes into Ahi nil jnnltltr I ome lo run fool u'l very sinrj- llml (unldlc ditl i Ijliimc; u over uiul willi tneli luice ;n tu l.r.iHc In, e-nue. nitil In u recent nrlicl iHUImtnl i.rili.i iliBlnl'iitliH) nl'lli 10 tliu uul of die exlr.i rcuily lo IHI (iitiil lo Inn-, IK-CII aiMiiilimJ fur Hut cut rent nf t iiul if lit..l (TOJCCI of iIiBtnii ,1011 xvei.; In Im pci.lblrj lliu Ciller full in lo lliu tr ivijul.l ho d, cuiiiu into llio in-j llu rniiil which mJir'h'l oilie he ul c.iil a c.niii.lti.iliU- i xlcnl. I rcfrr In Ilie lulil liy ill-: in lliu Itmili 'f llm lljulf.in.l nail iUculianic'a Jl.inlc. lulUir. Wl.ut they be .vnrtli I Hl.nv My ol ilj.i uu-i'Mmi'itl liiil Jii-Hifi.iiii.l il trontil tin iiseli-M tu ris uriln it Jtut 1 hu ulloivnl, before I lie :uixt iink-su n.Lrr- it uf.ii.JnuiiK.l3 hu uiihsled io Un.s mailer, llu! ilnlii .rill n-iilixe u fiO'n U. ;i inolo lli ll.M nvcenic ivill vtiiu any Oil imem.diliimul diMnlio lUlh ol lliixiauiilh llio ul lit.- co.iifni ,nf.e l-t.'Oinifi iii-ifcclcil. Tliiit hiti viiH.o .u.i.V.n.clitl :l..it il lo cxlen eeusc loexiil. A molioii li> oxtoliit llu of ll.e lands___ ivilli UK- ivihlicH nf lliu icly 10 bu he uiliiiiicti. I'liis will for n liiiieaciiiiiiiilv lliu Tn-nsnry, bill icido- Tlic r-. nud lunlf uien will fmd Hie marltois so uloUeJ with fret of doiy. UNII will bu fully able lo ealmiulc tl.u mjiny uliieli mo irudu 13 lilctilv (odo Ilieln. Itroliiibly rim in tlio fXclmiigtiS, hut ot, T.-M Hi all of ilie eoimiry, en ilia) even mnv pri- lling m of it, it tiu.y in il will U.e nunllllni iiiuiillivrili-iM.Hinim of Iliem, lo ihe rt'liovul1 ol i; elaitiiHi.f ihe il.....i-hi it! ei editor-. If any lor Ko.ids at luur priets. ii utu-rcaii hnduiiii.it wilUBiiid i.lc re.lnelimi of the Mi.eka Jro ci'-uiiiiiaiu with you, if mil, il.B anlea, the lu.mc valim of tl. VIHIIIII MitrRMli-il lavti temnum rciiiaiiiJir will He mncl. enhanced. Thtru i ivliiclt miKlil tii! l" ibe.h-oiK Hiensfiw nimtiiu-luiiic Itiiil nmuh pryciicul will yul gri.w out of tliu Iricliiol'lliniJoliliviiiii., UAVIU IL I'OKTKlt -jV. Herald. wseebf Iho New York the linn- Tlioiiiiis V. iMarsliiill ia in Hint Citi Ihal lit- IK Ci.gilgtjil ll> illifcild Millirufl FdiirarJs.j ll.e f.irger, ivlnmQ iriiU was scl doivu for lisi'l j Mr. Munlinll hns been ut-seni fiom :oiilo au-.l lln-Goveriimeni. U'oaru it Vnnii m Iho Hasten, papers, llml nearly UN) men TllwJ muiiitleni nmsThnru" hrc llio pcopl linl the cull rolreticbincnl oiul rcfntti it who can get Hit- '-twodvlt'irs am roust li'if." HYRIN Iniltjitmlence, in Uus Cilij, an lu.ii. TKACIHEK-I. TliiB in the favored iluy' Wi) liriiiff our To Coil who iniulu U.u nkicii; Ucjuicc, ye oliililcit, now rcjofoe. of ratiricattiins of llio wing ficnpo pracus TO rcpanl to llio prico imitl fur smnu articles ofsnb- To Htf Ktliinr liictaniwil Jl'tiiy. liave rccmvdl llironph (he limd'nues of friend, tho Cincinati Rnpnhlicaii of Iho lOlli of whieli I fiml nn anirlu headed "tetntp iiulcorruption fan Iturrn This in lliu Oiiy ol Juhilco, Our ntiiHoniL'd nation mill it Emit IhoLnuih ofdod, lie rules o'er curtli nnd hea The keyH of awl hnll. SVoK-LoourJusiiHinv.'n; Lift your heart, Hit up your voic Kujoiuf, yc cliililron, now rejoice. Hii kiittfdoiii ciituiot fnll, 'I'lioiii'li ourtli itnd licll oniion Jn glory will reign, And hix fben; This is the ofJii hi Our rnnyonicd nnlion xtill in frco. Our fnllicM l.ravt'il tliu llum Toynin imr lilierlyt lint JcHim Hiicil lliu blood, Tosct o.ir Now we'll rojoire nloud, agiiin, Ijftt cvety lotifjur opinions iiiprossion FKOM INUIANA-NO. VI. FOIIT WAYKE, June 29ih 18-12. Hut you tigli mo wlmt I ih'mh of the pe- culiar und di'liiiiMivcilocliinoa of Iho Cutll- olics; of and purgatory, if Iho wi.rwliipof tint! the celibacy 'f Iho Prirsts. I nnswrr. to my mjinj they re lillo many other docilities, which hairo eon Iho subjects of such bilior conlrovor. f, in ovcry uge ol'ilio eolcu-' to t'xcito dohalc, and ihu exercise of iii- llcctual to tho cliur- Her and heart. A man may boliovo them ur ri-jcct ilium anil still bo a chria- m. War do 1 iii ihem any thin" irioro :nrensomiblo and iibanid" than in many of J doctrines of the Prulc.-'tants. ttyt you It. "tiro they not contradictory to .reason d To your mind nn'd mino may whilii to the mind of sscssing equal perhaps superior, means uf ig cnrrectly, [bey Hcem porfeelly con- mill bolh. Hut you are astonished lhan any chri-tian slluulil beliovo in Ifuiisubslan- liou. Tho Catholic is equally astonished it slluulil reject It. in support your opinions by arjjuiiients it to you, seem unanswerable. Tho Oath- ic sustains bis views will] reasons that to s mind, ant perfectly conclusive and irro- slible believe Ihal tin) bread and Ihu mo are fymbolieal oflho body and blood 'the saviour. The (Jaihi.lic. a itrii rlher and believes ,IM the bleed and llio inn arc, "ipso the "iiniiy and blood their ".rent master. Are not hi leolaled lo tnako 113 deep an ion Iho heart as l''or I cannot imagine any rile, y ceremony, so impressive, so lunching, solemn, as iho administration uf lhu suc- iiont, lo Iho zealo-j.1 and conscientious holie. You eonaiilcr rilo us orduin- bv Iho Saviour. Sou'ons iho Catholic. uil bulievo that it was inntilulcd. lo keep sh in the mrnds urehrialiniis, Ilie il character, the n leva and 111 iill founder of you ru- So does the CiMhulie. You agreo n regard to tho oslablishllicnt and ob- cl of Ihis inaliluiioti, but you ill ;urd lo iis procldo character; but is Ihja "son, nhy hu denounce you, or ii should denounce him! l'le bolieven in j real iin-Honco; whilo you uulievo Ihal iho Jinenls of iho sacrament are symbols unly; II Ihero any or mis, caleulnlod lo exr.H u dnltlerious in. loncu upon lhu ciniraclci! lo your itul Ibis doctrinu another absurdity, coti- iidictory to ri-ason and all iho principles of iilumipliy und scicncu. Von rrjrtl it use voile annul muierstiunl, in yourseiisc.s, how ihu hread nnd wine can convoilcd into ami blnod. Hut do JU understand how Inutlor.coulil spring out iiolliiiiBt How Ibis beaulifol and ulon- globe could bu cicalod by a wont! iw the Almighty can bo uncreated and llloul Hut lo your feelings, is uinulliiiig uclung, revolting, in iho docltiim of the. il presence. M.iy Ihcru not bu ill yuur 'Ii creed, doclrnics which ullhongh cardi- I wilh yon, may seem even 'in a moral bo as levelling as llu, JoctrinoortrunnUb- intialioh. You lor instance, that I Alniighly liiings nwnhlnd into miitcnco th hcaits totally averse In his J irresistibly ilispu.cd lo evil, and dicalos Iho righteousness of his law, anil i glory of hi. Ihronii, by ilooming tho' lat all men were cnrruplcd by the trans- C2SIOU of Adam, aiid thereby becailio 0 to the wriith and euruu of tJod forever, d thai He. fuiOKecing nnd IVinninliiiiiing is oveut.iii Ihe plenitude of bis cnnipinsion, it'ore Ihe creation ol tbo world, without ic- iru lo Iheir lives and characliTS, did elect portion uf ibis falllin race lo be Hie ubircls bis especial favour, while bu withholds Dill the balance of his creatures, thai gruco hicb is necussuiy for Iheir salvation. Now, many, your opinions upon this subject aiu lore revolting, and unreasonable limn is lu utir mind lliu duclriuo which }ou riiliculo in! ilenonnce. And 110 I would say in rogatd to lhu due- nu of I'urgalory. ll may not hu true; il I see in il calculated lo exert n :lctcrious influence upon lliose who believe til. In fact llm existence of smnu such ulu as Purgatory (dili'orenl ill some res- :cls Item what tho Catholics describe il) ems absolutely necessary in order lu re- meilo wilh charitcti'r Ifr juelicu and ercy, Ihu dealings of It" Almighty with hid elilnres. l.ooli llnoligh Ihis hroud world; o how many uiilliuns ate denied the mean. f mural anil religious culture. Coming 1 Ihu wnrld as yon say, wilh corrupt and I'pravrd natures. Sillloiinded continually ilb pernicious and corinpling inuuonccs, it until be a mirxdc inueed, if they wore iy linn" else linn evil and dpgrnded men. Ihe destiny nf he una'lorub'y fixed l ilealh: If. for thi'iii, lliuro is no oppor- I'm iiuprovenicnt. in another 'Ihu ilarluiess llnough which they Imvii roped, anil by H'liich they liavo boon blind. I, in this world, Is lo be succeeded liy onot lo which no ray of hope or light can over ni'i: If lhu misery they hnyu cll_ ned in lime, nrisini; fi.iin u mull of mornl id Miligioiis oJueatiou. is lo hu hill n prc_ do lo Ihal keener misery whieli uwaits em in eieiiuiyi then, indeed, have they, nsoo enr.o tl.o hour of their hi, lh. Dir, nil n he lo, thiMii. lo mlmira   

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