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   Alleganian (Newspaper) - December 13, 1845, Cumberland, Maryland                                JLFJ -w. L- 3 i V BY. W. M. B. IVACLANAHAN. VOL. VII. jtvrnT THIXO roa JIF.X. CUMBERLAND, MARYLAND, SATOJiPAY, DECEMBER 13, 18-15.-, PER ANNUM. '1 G: H THE AL.UEGANIAN. M. Tniveu, GladesNu. I, Alle-rany co U. KAIUU.I.. Selbys-l'ort. PI.TEII Esq. Littla CruVmgs. II. MIM.I.U. Juii.s.I P. M.. J. Twiua -.Esq.. Old-Town, Da. J. HKKIIV, Flintstoni-. J HKKI., Fifteen MiloCreek, RlllNKIIMlT. Evi., liLull's Alt. lU DOI.I.MIS per paid in advanc" or within the. first mouths that time and within thejear. Two boi.LUts A.M> Twp-rv Fn i: when payment U dolayed until afier ihe i of thu year. Two UUI.LAIIS ANU Firry CK.NTS will be exacted. STS. nofexceedinjfone squire, inn times lor One Dollar, and cents for every.additional in ibo proportion. advertisements not or- dered for .1 specific iniie, will be continued until ggnft ani DRY GOODS. BOOTS- CAPS' C, ST UCCEIVKD, at Harvey's XVholcualc and KcUil "Dry floods .1 large nnd choice as-ortr.t-nt of Dry Goodj, bhocs, IlaK Caps, direct from tbu Now York matlvct, and jiurclM- nt llic Inwe-t n.i-tt-rn arc oifcrtd lo itbir or Retail, on equally as good terms as they cjn be obtained in IJaltiinore. Ulnc. Inv. firrrn.Orcy i- Olive, fuit. XX'ool IJIick Cloth Itilwii Cloth a beautiful aiticlc, Don ML- turd do. hi- ivy. Sup. U'.icU niid Finry C-t it :i-l 1'wi tor pant--. Hlue. Fancy and Sitir.etl-. MUMO vt-rv low. Cm X'rKvt, ifTnTs-in and Figured Mcrin-> WliiK-.' Kid. Yellow .mil Orwri 3-1. 7-9 A: t-t 1'hnl lor drcsst-b, Kcntuckj and Ivi-r-ey. 300 Cittco. I-iiist stvlc, from cts. up. Ulnclicl some Ntw York for Hfirtinn. Bop. nml tutiful Rfp C lobmerr-i. in Patirrnc. sup. A; biMtitilul Kcp Moiulinc" in pcttrrns and hoautifuHlcp Mouslins, wcond .Xtourn- Plaiil ami MJp. U1V dn; nii-re dr dc Liini-. Hlh Itsl- liiii SilV. Flon nee. V'hite as LICI-, Cambric, PlaiJ it Jarkonei ShnwN Alp.icaiV; Cvdimrrp. cnl d Moua me do. 10-4 Hlmkrt t-lnwli, Silk and Co do. GinN 1'laM Silk Crivais, Silk do. ydk Laces, "lip. Ki.l Gloves, flip Xlctin" do Fall H.itinet Muitimlo. C-4 I'laul for Clmks. AUo-Iri-.il Lim-iit. Ilrown Holhn.l, HinU eve Di. nprr. Crash. Ul.-irbi-d it Hrown IJrillinii. Red. Drown ind Canton Fhnm-l. Alpic-Tind Silk sup. Ulk Silk HIW. ssip. llllt Gum H. pders, it Nerdli f. with -i gi nersl a--nrti-iont of Tui- tors' 0-J. H-4 it 1--1 9.JvSiU-t do. Sidillp Wool nml XVors-u-.l Insrain CARPCTIXG, 1 M Vi'iu-iinn do. HI) mill Gmshnni Umbrellas. HOOTS. -SIIOKS. MATS AND CATS. 10 tllic1. Uoots llnys f> thick [JrosuK 3 of Doya Lidie- Morocco ami Knl f. Cloth nnd Hits, and Silk do. Fur. Clnih ind Glued Cips. vtc. A.C. I hive fitted up the nujomniij More Rnom y for the purpn-e of si-llms Good" by the piece, .ind respectfully iiivito Country .Mnchantt to examine my pldlR- my.-if to every nriicV m my line on as f.ivor.il'li an they can be purcha- ed in the Mjikrt. Call carl> T. IMIAUVHY, Sept. 20. Cor. Dill, it Mech imc E. O.-.-HAYES. J .Vi .We- stittt (uljtnitinz Silctr- smith shop. ft] MI IS subseriU r has i tt'> cteu an arrangement M. with an Merchant Tailoring lablishmeiit in Haltimore. by which means he is prepared 'o make to Pants, in tho limit fj.-hion ible style, and on the must reasonable terms. lit- u ill a', all Units Keep ua hand, or urdrr at a short notice, VtMinjjs Arc.. Having enjagid the wrvicis of JOHN .M. GARLKTON as cutter. is eiublrd M turn out carl City fits. Call and give him a trial. Cumberland. Ocl. If. 1 S 'Jm rvo-' this af w. bus i itul uith Inn: in LUMIH--. his brolhi r. M. II. under V.-J.LI. it Uuoriu.R. Hrci of 8. S. W. BROTHER, COOT Snor. M Itow, ujtfioitte tf.f Market llintv Crinilerltuiij. 'I he have riciivivl Irmn U d'imore, n Iirge and assuriiiu nl of LIlATIimt, of the qujlltii which are ircil make up to order, uholi-si'u or retail, in thr mo-t fi'hion- and durable iii'imitr, and at the- U.illi. rnore fur c.tsh only hope by a de-ire lo pliMfC, and attention to to writ and rccrue a rontmuinco of ihe here- tolorc Itherillv given to the I ite CODPUII. UKTAII. CAJslI Pill CHS. Gent's drcvs bouts, bist 50 do do do 1'rcnch, 4 I'C do double   undttjlcb, Utn'.ir and Pdat Clnihm. low, for oirr-toats. bsiincN, KcnlUvLy TJiiir, aviry fine let and icry Silk Vrlri t and I'jr.cy X'i'htiiig, Mriino .ind I Pocka Hatnlktrchicfs, etc. i of EBWWYS olli. Fur, Glazrd and Fancy Cvrs Domestic Cal- icois, M. U( I.inr, Komt'hsi. Urlcmn Cloth. IJoMitnziner, Holli :iin s, hlnlw ind col'd Dns< t'ilks, HI inki-t, M. UoUnc, ThiU-t, Morino. Uroclu, Embroi-   bft-n ill-suited, by tbe irawal ol WAI.THI Cus- MNGittM and the trancler of to llu other mcmbris ol (lie linn. The I'uiitract will henceforth be profscutcl b> the mcmi'fM ill thr firm, nider ol Co to whom nil conin.unic.i- may bo ail I at at L'umliT. land, M.I. W w. iinvr.uiiouT THOMPSON. .HMKS iii'xrnu, U'AI.TC'J CUiN'MXGilAM. Nov. THUMKN. When I tvas a wee little s'ip of a gnl. To i artless and young fur n The men. a-. 1 would Which. I-raiipl say, 1 thought rather rude, liMhcr rude, I did. Which, I mtr-tsay, I thought rather iude- Howcvor, I sail.', when I'm in my teeiH. They'll sure tu wuny me then Hut as I grew s> they tbe Such impudent aro tho men. Are thu men. Such Impudent tiling are the men. Uut of all the hold thing? 1 could ever suppose, (Yet hnw could I take it amiss 7) ;j .Was that of my impudent cousin When ho dctmlly me a Kiss 1 Ay a kiss, MI did. When lie actually enve me a I ijniekly reproved him. but ah in tones'. That, ere we were Irilf through the glen, Mv anger m (-mother he gave me Such things are the men, Are mm. Such strange, e. axing things are the men. A FAHLE." BV ii. w. The mnuntiin and the Sjuirrel Had And the former cilled thf Ilunn replied. You vrry big I5ut all of tiling1' weather IK- taken in together To mike a year Am! a And I think it no dryraco To occupy my pkce. If I'm not hrge you. Vow arc not small as I, '-And not half so spry I'll not deny jou make A very pretty "quirre! trrclc; Talents differ all nwfliand wisely put; If I cannot eirry forests on my back, Neither can rmi crack a nut. A country girl one morning went To market w ith her pi J. The Iitt'uciirl-lail, not cDntt-nt, SijuoaLcd out a merry A gcntlennn, on parsing by, Laughed nmrh and jeerii g I ivonaer, jour chil 1 cry. When wrapped up in jourcloik." Why. quitu pert the girl replits, So brd a breeding hid he, That ever s.id anon he rrii.3, Where'er he 2. Tlio 'I'.-uflVdi-eriuiiiiatis in the rich against tho poor winds.it ihe hclitist dul) on the article-., cim-mmd by (he S. iheln'aviesi duly and lading laUir. A li-w mu-i srflloe. It taxes the rich man but 111 in on In- illi.n f ar- it mcltis tl.euiiji middle lifr) pi) irnoi tu 09 per cent., on his rouijion ingiAin carjtei. It the rich per cent, on her fine Fiench imniin while it the v.mnan as as 100 fur her cili.M. It lava the rich umnonlv 1-1 ;rnU per yard nu hit< fnw llannel. which in England 31 CPIII-, which isiquul to a duly cf 10 p r cmt., ad xalo- it laxiM the pivir man 14 nuts y.ird en ti uu.fI, w TO TUC PUBLIC. 'A, wishii'i; lo ne ally will (Hid ,U all lituri M. P.sq. wtil gut- prompt at tcntion to clients in my absence. THOMASPEKRY. Nov. 2.i-2m. To Country SANDEESOFS WHOL2SALE DRT GOODS, 1IOOT Adjoining the Old Bank, will bo found, the fullest awort- T T tncntof accotnrnodjtinK terms, at the lowest eastern prices. October 25. IS 55- g N' lunJ, and lor sale very low, alarpc lot o House Keeping Articles, such as kr.ixcsan Forks, tea and table snuffers, sbovcla tpngs, andirons, kettles, tubs at. a vaiiety of articles suitable for Hciife UwinnK O McNli- UST tcccivcil a I supply ofShnvtl, Pciks, Sanilorson nnd shuar Steel, Englilis nnd Amcricnn Blister Steel, Iron which will he snltl on reasonable terms to Contractors, Merchants, mv3 J. MASON MAGUIRE. TAILORS. THE advertiser has in store and for salo an as- sortmcntuf-TAlLOHS' SHRARS. lifgo and small sizc3.% J. W. McNRLL. T HE prlct gucn in L, by IP, A T T O U X i: Y A T L A VT on Iialtimorc street, one diiir of tho Publi': Sijunrc. 10. "STOVES i A GOOD PAIILOR. FIJANK- LIN and COOKING STOYF.S.juslneei veil and fur low by J. W. Mi-NKLL. Oct. 100 miens very superior styles, nnd cheap, recei veil at CHAMPTON'S Nov. 8. Cheap 1'ilt. ('.a-h .Slum. N Storo and for baic. n Int of TIN PI.ATI'.. I bv thebjx :nhn, a Dud of WlllII, .1. W. MrNF.LL. SHOVELS. lor verv low a lo! of Ames's jt! Shovels. A lot ol 1'icks ol first rate m.vui J.W.MeN F.I.I.. July 27 TTUM' receivrd, an ot 9it 1 in, XVire, whn.li advance to the trade. oct n j. HTASON y., l-hcet-Iron be jt a OIIOICK LOT or FOIHA for low hy A. T. IMXDf.n, Corner of Baltimore and Chiucli iti.. Nov. 15.] oppositn the Lutheran Church. DDLS. FI.OUK, of biamX for isalo low, lo fl J. SANDS FELL- An able writirin the Washington Union, in a series nf ihown the iniijuttnus operation ofthe Tariff, in all its His nieatir-n, however. piitioulirly forcible, arid ficls which haieofien been dwelt cannot tan In- laid before the people. Theie demonstrate that the discrim- inates in ol ihe minnhi-inn r against ihe pro- urer uf'.lie riw tniterinl, and al-o m "t the nrh auatnst the middling and t taxes Ijlnir and capital, and thus tends u build up an arisiix-r.icy luunilid ujwri motiej' and ehartend rimdeiise into bruf a army of rasos by which these por- tions arc sustain'd. I. Tiie p'esentTariffdiscrimimtes i'i fitornf the rnanufictnrer. the prudticur of the law material, who is the agriculturist. In tbe first place.it admits, doty free, or with very light duties, n hrge class arti u--ii in ululu it imposes very heavv du- tiison nil article0 by the agric'iltuntt, wh comes inrninpetiium with the articles prudu- red by tho It admits all nut.s, aril xegetiblcs; nnd in all ilje-winiils in the f-iick. binll.i, DM- vil kelp.hr eye; rnol.ciudn ilipetre. turmeric, and nnmeroiH oth'T articles entering into rfuty free. Inilijo a eifie duty of five cenN per jxitind, which is equal tn an ad valorem duly of per cent. And bleaching' pawdir pays .1 duty cent per pound. The article 3 above enumerated, and mtny oth- ers. admitted witlntn any or wuh x.-ry slmlit duties, in order to hem fit or "protect" the ininu- iiclu.-Lr. While the and who pi.rchas" them, are taxed mi .ill articles id tmnitfictnre coming iii competition with of the s tine kind, fro-n oK In per cent. To betufit the rmnuiVtiirpr, the low prierd onlv wool whirl: emu sin c titi'in with thru r.ii-Jrd hy the Amrrinn wo-il s admitted at five per cent ml valorem. Wlulo the f.irmcr U.'KI rai-rs wo il, has in ,iiv clctli into which jt is imnnfirtimd, 10 per cent. Tn benefit the uiinuftctmer. is admitted nt a sprcifu-duty <'f i'JK per tun. whieh i? to S per c'-nt, ad vilurcm; whilst .the consumer tixed rent., on all articles into winch it is imniific'urrd. Hiw which cimo in emnpeiition with the firmer, are nl the tnlhnij' duly of "5 per ernt., id while the leather.into v are du- N eenfi. brinifequil to an aj perwnt, the rjch worn by thti of fashion hut per cent., fi the f.'mr w.mi in lor her sill; the poort-il and material. -12 per It the i-.ul irn.i ofthe p-xir friiniNI tn pi r o  which HMJ from G." in IW per cent., mi lie niyar ernmrne u.j I) 170 on the nml and ItJU to 170 on tin) t-alt they to pureha-e. Hut it to multiply instances nf tins i iiuriiiuus extortion nopn the nnd consuming fur the btnirfit ot the imiiulac- lureis, the inctrumenulity of th tiriff. And what is the ifiict of this with i's iiraetical devices ofthe minimum and Sjiecifie dn'.ies Ii is to trinsfer inoney Irmu the pockel-; of the consuming elates lolliej of tlie manufaclurer-. Its ii tn f-nsli the many, to enrich the Its direct efiect is to creali furtnnts fur the us bounties: while it alHtrncN the sub- siipf-o from, and degnde-, the n of people. It establlsbit. an Money brings uith U well us innrnl (Kiucr. The rich employers ctmtrol therr ilep'ii they dictate their videi the bilb t-bn.x; they control their bind, and :lms eiterco thtir suWrvtencc; they n'Miiit iht m the web (if inexorable mskts Hum lietmisof .1 Msiem of than the inhentul ser- vitude cf thu Afriean. AT A have heard a funny story told of n juung tellow. m onu ttie iuUan.i; luiiniit-for Virginia, wnn recently made Ins first to liuhmond, the capital of the (Jld lor id selling hin crop, M emg the sights, and of the rust which his had thrown iipnn his rs He reachrd Uichinnnd nbuitl the middle of the and was fortunafe in selling crop at rn advantageous rate and almost Meeting with an old who had lived in the city enough to kimw its l.c ivas advised lo lake up his lodgings at thu cr.ick house nf the plarr. nnd thiihrr he at once went with bur sod btfore dinner bin eonntry Iriend him, and (uririil niiiicimiforfiiril} located in a jiiit it the head ot tin: first It upon dm ner time. Supnns-j we take something to start in Ute." siid chap 'A hit hid just mine n.5' njnintd the city Iriend, a wine mid bitters lur :ne." Let's go down to tho Inr and ronlimif d lhr> tobiecu grower. We miylit as wJl have it up here." was the rrj.iinder. Ginxl lick; hut hmv are we tu call fur it V Uuiii that tliire." "Wlnt Pull ih it rope hanging The joung fellow hid hold the and yave it i jerk, and just at that moment a fer dinner. Never Ind he heard eutd a romiij bt- f.ire. and tlie rumbling cr.i-h came upon his (nr wiihareiKirt lhat stunntd him. Uu i i Clt> Inek. Great JenHilem, whit a I've piete of ercckery m the Imtise! Tin re ami a whole dish left! You must stick by me, old Ifl- addressing his friend, don't leave me in M-rajx-, fur tho wholo crop won't the lueakage. What did jou tell me to touch" that rope Hot Mure his friend, who all but bursting with laughter, could entered thu roim wuh. Did you ring the bell Hell, no I ang }oiu bell. I ncvrr touched a bell in nu life: what dell 7 I newr MW vour bell." honii'bohy ring the bell nf this nwm. that's ctntmiird the serxant. No they dnli.'t; There's nobody l.cre tint .1 bell then turning to his Iriend OUR It is Fmm (lie I'n fr V HH.'H'F TO IT IS 'AN INCONlKbTJHLK ONB. staled in that tin- Oregon r.u- ii U the I'niltd (mil Uriiri.i IM-MII Itenhty 'I iut paper ait.) u-i that titt- SeertMiry of State is alili- in and Fiiher Itilih'e the hint, with no lililt- Hint SuirMrun i.u' y l his loiiurright i-nlie whj't- itrnl ;ry Jjvvn 19lh it thi-4 true. It worth s-.'ju tiling to thu liicuJ. of :n. Bal Li it (rue In thix in tl.n the luiitfr il will U well eiu.ugh 10 it is salli-J. cur Our the v.h-i'.p of Oregim tn the boundary line-uCpJ, 40, ai with are I in this who not even wa m oider in 1 1 tin; pnMjr a cleir llll'it> All tiii-. Ill and (tutilic dirf-iinifiiiH, liu.li. en pultliMi'iil. lul ie live em Ann wi.oare Hfekn.ir litvr iioU in retd tiie afiei tiny bt en il arlue bu-tirie-o porH.uN. Thi  the r Fuco dn lover? I'llCll. Viwnim. explores the Oregon. thu Juan Dt of en river Aijuihr tud in- let of tbe Columbia. IV'iz discoxert, Noatka Saund and San Marian i hrdsat Nootka Smnd. Ayolo. Hodenn and tundra dis- cover the biy of the riu-r Columbia, und rallfd it r.ntrula de Hecutv mikes a settlement HM QttccrVs i-ilanrl at the entrance ol" .linn Fuca. OK filtKAT itltll'AIN. n- lo tt.i ruhl lo wul der at thb, when it is Hukr.d tht ware other imp love of hberty. W. inl Hho !ake hre uc blmitldjlo. at every in3Ult w onr honor, and rvery movemenl liber- UeN are arcuitiuuud to place a low estimate upon tha chancier who more not until tlw craving of thaapoHhedrivBllmni on. But thia 15 w roi.ii. and we must re-colled that in most s oiuiilrHs the psapla are of in Itiidego bav, 1703. Unke h the Spuui-h. 1578.. Dnku sailed up to latitodu 43, but did not land. 1713. The treitynf Utrecht between France and Hnnin appointed vtfiK fixed iipnn the'iHih degree of lat. theline of demirkatio'i between ihe pos u" the two nations west of the river. Tit" treaty i.f Paris bntwren am' Gruit Hrjtr.m. fi-.es this boundary be twitiithe two litter nations bv a line the midd'n i.ftlu Irom sis Miurro to'ihe (berville. in Louisiana along the nii'Ulc vf that tirrr. and IVnclnrtrain to ibe sea.' Cixik. lands nt Nnoika Siund, discovered by Spun 1073 and 177-4. attnmp'stit of Noot- ka Sound; lit, m taken prisoner bv M-uiin 17. the Kinniird. 11 DO. Sj.iiu ('n r-t Ilrit lin entered intn a e m ventinn, which "f Notitl.a Snnnii tuSpiiri, but une commerrial priviWges "1'his eonvention gore to .Spain the s'l1-- rrtgntv ar.d exclusive ownership overall tin- the north viisl rir-a OP the side of the Vuih Sri. as fir as ht-y.it.d Prince Wiili uu's Sound. Vinenuver liters ihe Ci'Iumbii. hiv'nir pieiinusly received from Opt. n.-.iy en aeco-mt of cnvery ot lin- river. 'Miln oxp'nr. s a rive r id entf, the Straits of Juan do Fucn, north of tl e 6'niiimbia. a fort on the hrad waters of river, hetwenn the IJritwl and ('nit firilam leaus thecnun'rv nf Stony Mountains n to thu cUirrns and vest's ofhoih r.a.inni. Thn of the treity of 1S13 et- tenied indrfinilely r inrlt to annul by a he months rulers have deprived them of- this and moreover havn armeu a trained bo% of men and crush the bud of revolution lone bffiue u can nPen into fruit. this wav Um damn and patnutic arc completely down, and Iho voice hberlj 13 as hushed u if it were bu- ried beneath the rubbish, of But uhen crop hapjwns. then whatever elements of treedem a Lincdotn may contain, unite readilr nithtlipall pervadinrr distress, the two com- bined. wl.en properly directed, have sapped of monarchy in limn that have passed and it auain under Hko I lie i-nliiusiastii! and daring leader civcs and it -choed back from hill and rale, aa it IB more honorable and pamlu] tn din br wow Ihan to be waMcdaway by slow and crad- ual starvation. If they stand thev may die ifllin i.rujr ru wore not i.rujrd, they triumph priswUiwe that a' disuatti dispuaitionXit Americnn" evinced by foreign corcrnmenls to prov.Mon, free of this is the VmT'efiVct of philanthtophy ar.d If it.wera.not if tho Lnned btales, were suddenly to prohibit i__1 t l ti t felt by manv power would rtF. the consequrnce would bo felt by mnnv in the old world, and power would IIP just from its position. There is no reeistiiur the appealed men i animals a'.tko becomli' m infuriated when lunched by influence. It mu. and Louts at was taught ihw Wo bo ot 8yail i'o hJ3 How interesting noxv is tho position of the worl'" 1792. 17CO. I SCO. ISIS. 1507. THH i ?S3. How interesting nov tho position cf Lihftty opening abundant store-house and' feedmij the subjects of royal poxvtir, and in way prevfnt.nrrin.-a -measure tho ovenJirow ro3aliy If ability to buy from u, enmmensumto with their ,hen tho fai- lure ,he the old will not bfl pro- present, of any great political move- if it is not. then xvcll mav Emr'and" new preparations both by la'nd and sea.; and powers may follow her exam! >'e Ins well that by dMne SS. find finmethmg in the laws of nature n nature and divinitv, tho in the dements, tn' -tr power acd curb their ty (if G rents per to an ad v.ilcrem duty accu.ding- to theTnasury returns, of 53 jer cent. Hris'.lfi jay a specific duty of I percent, eqnal !o r, rir ct.it., ad Milnreni; wjnlc the brushes, tr- io which Jl.ej nrn manufactured, piy prr cent. Linseed a duty ol only cent.; while linrccii which it is mrnnlictiitcil, paj's 2' cent? jttr !o-13 val- orem. piy a specific, duty nf nf a cent, per e.jinl tofi t., ad valorem; whilo :he paper into xvhich they src manufactuicd pays from 3 cents to 17 renU loan ad valorem duty rarjinj from 16 to 97 per cent. he cxchuntd, IK- bun out (if it. 1 shant hue a cent left to get home if 1 piy tin- entire What they t s.ich trap's thit for, to tn fn-m the At'er a fit of liujhti r. ibr trund VITA enabfiii ilnt it wa- only tl'rgony. >und- inc for dinnrr a Minplc "mil, down to cot uji on the Chtnc-p plin. Thtj midn iheir tn the dminc rontn. but it litT.p before the toSieMi nronrr cou'd cet the nnJul '-flppts drrirl lul I'. a he Mid, thnt the crash did not hair the vut." paper htrt from an may well recommend) d t" the pirtteuIaT e.m- ration of all M ho in tl.r hiSit i f finri- inj fuiltvjith tfJunrscf for failirij j are rdi'rd gratify their m ert-ry Knl'rtS who didi't like   5 1 10 ri'ir'.'i li r i< .11 territory is e-jTth r it 11 here tb.it. r.piT: tri'in the ngh of di rr.td In-m Spiin. we s'.rTm ger eiim th.i.j J.TJ jin-Jurr, :n the he pfiorj- of rur smi orrnpir.rj; :nd awilhtT I low TO WRITE sorr.rihing to write about. plain; dot your crow' J0ur j  Ir. minuter in England to the r.ntisb turnc.l with one of tho clerks. Ofcocrso tbo ladr fTinI.--il J a., h A con-sriunce is more to be desired than e riche< of the How sweet aro lie down on his pillow and review tranf.nctionanf every day witnoat enndraning: himself! A cooscienco is tho a -.V 4 1 1EWSP4PERS   

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