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Mail (Newspaper) - December 28, 1832, Hagerstown, Maryland C. ALEXANDER, commencing ou the First of January, 1803, a -Semi- Monthly publication, to be called NO branch of liulil.-r liu-raturc-ol' tliv u wider Ik-Id, or gn-au-r vum-tv SC- lcCt'lOII, thail tll.mt: WDI'lis iiimililtrjf IdlDWII Mflto- and fl.ivdd. Tliy liient, thisv liavr r.-u-ivcd, li-no iiuliuxd many of the most ID i-np-irt1 in their whirh, with a until the iircsciit ii, r.iul tii-.-y COPS, utiuiii a of im-nt cxevil, fi-ir t-xcvptitms, won: cuii'.ury, iMiliroly Amcmpt -M of 'Cuvels which an- COiititantir in oiui-jt: ul jiublicutioii, tli-.-rc arc of course whicli arc very (o lliu oiin-is, To vi'lvut Ihi'sc ami jjri-svnl ilicm rt'tuliii" iti neat. and ci'iivcnicnt f ..-in" with vxpcdiliuii, am! al tliuii iliuj- can IH- fiiriiislii'il by buok-M-lk-rs, i Iho object of pulilicalion an olijvct whicli thv an: salis'ird they can nccuni- iHsirc easily than any ntln-r imrsiins, on ac- count the cxiraufUinury I'uoiiiticu iln-y enjiy. IlesiJos a constant and direct int-rcoursc with London which tli-'y arc ublcd to receive latest British Navi-ls, as soon an they can be traiiMaittcd to this countrv, tln-v arc connected with the ino-il extensive e'jtiib- lisbnieiit in Philudelphia, and can re-print in the shortest periud any work th-.-y may choose to un- dertake. If, for example, should wish to fur- nish as part of their regular series, any new lish Novel they can dy FII at as earl-.- a'date as aii'v American booksdier, 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 of1 freshness and interest. If these objects cannot be from the alnuulant supply of the lucjilcni press, rocoarse may uu bad lo those productions of a former which, beins; ulinost entirely print, are comparatively bm little known, and, in st5me cases, would be found more .-.itrapivc than most of those which arc of ni'trc recent As the Novelist's Magazine, though intended ex- pressly for preservation, will be farnUlu-d to sub- scribers in pamphlet form, it will be conveyed by mail to the most distant places, and at a very mod- erate expense of postage. It will furnish a larsc amount of agreeable, useful, and improving reading, for less than one-fifth of the price at whictt 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. f.f snp- piying their literary in the best method that could be devised. The NOVELIST'S MAGAZIKE will be published in SEMI-MONTHLY nm-iL-r enutaininz POUT IT-EIGHT EXTRA IMl'EiilAL OCTAVO PAGES, with double columns, arranged the manner of the LADV'S BOOK lo winch work, though it will be considerably larger, it will bear a general external resemblance, flf'ho Kinc will make two volumes annually-of more than fc'ix hundred pages each, and at the expiration of every six months, or thirteen numbers, substrib'.-rs furnished with a handsnu.e titltr page aiu! tabl-j of contents. The whole amount of the mat- ter fiirnished in a sin.u'e will be equal to tlian fifty volumes of the cnnimou books. The paper upon which the will be printed, will of llju finest qualitv used for book work, and of a FI'-.'.C elrgantly 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 patr.miM 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. ALE'XANJJKjlt Co. No. 3, Athenian Buildings, Fra'ik I in Place, Philadelphia. received at Pott STANDARD EDITION Of the Works lice. JVILLIAM JAY, By Hudfcrifirion. HAVING received frotu the Rcr. 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 tliuu by 1. The Works will be furniihrd on f.nc paper, in 3 volumes Svo, making about 2. The price in cloth backs, 50, fall bound raised bands, Caif, PLASICiT T Co.' AHi'.ISTUONG PLASKITT, liallimore. taken by Mr. DANIEL CAKVER. The Ucv. Wai. JAY may justly br rst.-i-mcd ay of Ihc most an.i useful writers Ihc present Portions uf his work? have. formally years, been well known In the readers of practical Ou-olojry on both sidrs the Atlantic- His Ifanaonx, without profound diss'.'n- lious of the alislnise points of p'ilemic dirinity, arc characterised by a faithful r.vposition of tin- doc- trines, graces and duties of our common christianity well sustained by happy from the striking and licautifid illustralinns, and tintrcrfnl to the conscience and the His tscliurcx give a lovely picture of the 'new man' in Christ, under the, various circioiytanccs in he is our contciiijilalions tis Morning: and Etwtiing Excrcitvsfor thf fiirnish a most auxiliary all who desire to maintain a and waJk God. The vtlilion his ralirt In- Messrs. rxcciiJe'l, and in aiy jwlgnirn'. troniii furii a valuable addition to anv J. P. K. Kov. no-iw WILL all the liranrfirs of -JC has xi trnir- fur the TOOil- ACHE. Shnp is in sf Snnih Polomac Street, next JWr Office. Tils, 1S32. c i fs. VOL. I. NO New Scries. HAGSHSTOWW, (MD.) DECEMBER 28, 1832; WHOLE NO. 235. 4 LL persons, wanting good as well as -i. CHliAP GOODS, would do well to cull and seethe subscribers, who has just received n fresh assortment, such as FRESH IT AS. viz.- Old My son Gun Powder finpem! Young Hyson Black Teas Extra No. 1 Choco- late Bunch and Keg Rai- Kio, Java St. Do- mingo Coffee Lump, Loaf, and re- fined Brown and N. Orleans Sugars Sugar House ajid N. Orleans Molasses Almonds Filberts Zante Currants SUPERIOR WINES, SUCH AS OLD MADEIRA, BROWN SHEU11Y, PALE DO. OLD LISBON, FRENCH MADEIRA. MALAGA. Sperm Oil and Candles, a cask of supe- 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. ANNlJf, Tea is" Grocer. iJec U-tf A new Etegun} 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 Jiofton Traveller. THE OLP UACHELOU. Not a Intidi was thcro. nor a of a smile, An our frioml to the briilal was liuri-ii-d IVi: tlioiiglit of the ]iain lit- wiiuUl sutlVr liic For he loUvt-il so coufuiiiullv llurjficd. We eaw liiia stand anil we jiitici'. him too, As tin- parkin the dead knot was tvinir; so much, and his w'as so Tliat IVarcd tiie paiir fellow wus Ws'_t'seorted liim home that bright summer's eve, _Vriu-n pair from his.bridal f sp-ike bat wordi.and most sore'lj- 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 hcautiful article Lining Skins, for Shoemakers Coach trimmers Ladies' Lasting, Kiel and leather slip- pers ido do double soled Shoes do Seeks, a new and superior ar- ticle, manufactured by a French Jady in Winchester, Va. Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes. Course Shoes of very superior quality Boys' and Misses' Shoes- and Boots of various sizes and qualities, He respectfully invites the public to call and see liis assortment. HENRY FREAKER. Drc. 7-tf N. B. The subscriber has TO or 15 jour- neymen employed, and is prepared to exe- cute work with neatness and despatch at the shortest notice- IPUBLfC SJLE. WILL be sold at public sale, on Rriday the day of Jantiary ne.rt, at the Inte residence of Henry Sweiizcr, deed on Sideling Kill Creek, three miles from Tnvorn, cf.inity All the personal estate of said deceased. of HORSKS. CO 11'S. SlfKEP and by the Wa- goi's, Ploughs, Horse f-vars and other Farr-.'-ig feet of one Kifie :ul slmt HOUSEHOLD KITCHEN socli as Reds and Bedding, Tables and Chairs, two Cupboards, one Stove and other articles. Sale will commence nt S o'clock on said Oay, v.-hcn due attendance and a reasonable crrdit will he given, by HENKY SWEITZEH, Adm'f. December Sylvester's KO. 113 BA OfScc SYLVESTER'S OLD LUCK. IX TUB UNION CANAL LOTTERY, Ab. drawn December Combination 23 58 61 A 1'rizeof Kos. 29 50 SiOOO, Salil to a in Paris, Abo. 2.1 2-J- So'd to a gcntli-man in this place. Xos. 19 23 Sold to a Kt-ntU-anan iaa Ohio. SYI.VESTKJJ has, however, w few vc- The mail as ibo ds-vil, we said, III- knew that -aid it in him, but totliink that his head, Would wofully on the morrow. And ivlio would have thought tiiat otic like hi.n, So shy of tliu girls hat! f.iund him, uvcrhavo bad his sn iliru As to in tliu noose ihut'bumid iiiisi t_p us all ss hp, TliHt advice, in vain ln'cn Tliat instead of eoitiiiieil, lie have be t this moment, in sinnlencfs livins. Vi e cji-crt'J (in- ;inor fellow as well as we could, iliOiiL'ht he was sur.-lv J3nt now 'twas too "euuld not if he would. So he gave up ail thought of relenting. AVe carried him Immi- am! put liiin In rest, liie fas! as we did it A t-'ar fell from him, we km-v.- no! Thoiiga lie thought that his sad smile hid it. And ho talked of Isli'sstvliii-es HiT.v oaoli now him He said ht- rurrd.Miil. so Jet him sleep on, .Xeu'.h the jiisl as ive laid him. Slowly and w-- ivaiked down r roiu VOUMI .iinrv vnv.-ed his caso .ifmuld ne'er bu our Whoiii we alum: it. his dorv. THE WANDJiitlNO KED MAN OF THE MIAMI. And as the slia.lo fell on tl-.r jilsin, An ajid red man iiic JuniterV waxe, intently to bird's si rain, Or tiie t'.-i-ds of by-sono davs. in a man of care srief, To whom no-chsc-e, save doatb, 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 wor.dy -s cf tiie Miami 'but lie had r.inHy thrown off his hunting ap- paratus, 'btfore tiie horrid war-cry 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. Tht-y tht-n him de-parted to- wards the tiling; sun, and on the evening of the. succeeding day, drew war the vilh-gc of the tnbe.'.Hcrc they baited. MMit a deputaiir.il the chiefs of trieir n Tlusc iiusr.c- di.itvly ihc p.ir- pSaintivc heard the wise silent wilderness T hlc tn dispose ilft intriitlittg In ro3irc fmnn Uuhlic aiinnt Isl AjjriS .jsjisap, cKFcrs lo smunr mtcrpnssinsj tnan wJao mav in ihc avu'fati'sn. TJjt ftiinknrc Kil 53cvr K't there as an run nf 1 face a s he c cstJcttJAln! for IMMISC. i reclaim the Ociudcd, and to convince tlsc of their danger, should be fsuiUess, niiJifary force might! "ic prepared act, before the season shour-j be tm> advanced. My of the 7th c-f jjust last was arconlingly issued, panicd by r.ppoiialanciit of Commission- ers, who were charged to repair to the scene of insairrcctioii. They were StaTer t drawn forth would be aid of the cessary, Quota e States New yhuKl antl Virginia, and an a tiiousmul men was put in thQ. coimimtHl jn chief Ooverirtir c ot the Governors of and commanding un- IUC "liiitia-of Uldr The troops of anf! flRia were directed lo.the Vcni'.t-zvoim ht-dfonl, and ciiose of Maryland and Vir- ginia at Cumberland, on the i'titomac President VVashinjjton, in person visited- sach division of the army, but con- fident 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 Phila- 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 divUfins into the coun- 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 as- surance of future submission to the laws, were seized, and some of them detained for legal prosecution. But although no direct and open opposi- tion was made, the spirit of insurrection was by no means subdued. It was there- fore thought advisable to station for the winter a detachment to be commanded by lunjor General Morgan, in the centre of tnc disaffected country. Two of the.ring- leaders, who were tried, and convicted of treason, received their pardon; and thus, without shedding a drop of blood, did the prudent vigour.of executive terminate an insurrection which, at one time, threat- ened to shake the government of the U. i-.alcs to its foundation. The paragraph of President Washing- 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 moment: "To every description of citizen let praise be given but let them persevere :n 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, w'4o 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 binations of men, who, careless of "conse- quences, and disregarding the unerring truth, that tlif.se 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 bill reported to the Legislature of b. Carolina, published below, passed the House ot Representative's on the 10th inst. A SILL Toliro-vidcfor the security and protection n nj Uiif other. YORK Number AS for ii j a-uar CAHTAKS. H, "SC N. The Bf.l'E KINK STAGES thJs every l 3 o'tbci. For seals ai llic Sar. D, II. S. I 1 I 5 Dollars loves t2ae pafle clairlf: s3ic will the pale face, liic lalil fawn live an 3ias in Tctsum, let I ericul the jnlc chief wall noi S. J December v5, 30. Barters 23. b MaJncarnt proof aJsat ali orders SH-FESTEff, BALTIMORE. Il is cried 53uc maadrn, then blew a simall awl soon titircc Ravage's entered, bearing wch a knapsarli, fwn, and, n'hcr cqtiijjments for a tnarcHi- pointed to a heap of dry drift which the savngcs quickly rowed, and handed the hunter has- trusty _ rifle, and a knapsack trcJJ fiUled pift- j visioms. They then assisted the maiden 5 to the window, she soon I.3CT ITS HAVK TJ3K An ncr ircial ti a aas'I a of JMCT, he tYtii not preach as miach I.aJin and (Jrcek as the miniister who preached to them prrvarrus tu Jain? snarl Jar, "'1 I would make Mjr.h 1 presumed yon did iar4 tliat liar farmers gew rally Latin an''. thr' farmer, "1 pay for tiac hest, and Jet us have at, gave wibcc Vim to confer with any body of men, or ravonfcto individtuls. They were instructed to 5c s-aid candid a. id rxplir.it it stating the sensation which Jias 'seen cxciVd iai ihc executive, l-crd- aw] MJS earnest' wish In avral a resort IP csM rcjarocnt, however iJtat .witlj-c-Ml saajjawissson, coercion xiiisf the Uroi to invite tlacan, at the ?nnar time rclaina to the (icjncjitamir nf faithful citizens liy -as lay wiUjirn t3ac sjslacrc of executive aas as. sjwc. Latin and Greek as you can of ff t3nc city, was journeying cr-wnty, 'Mass. 'and to slaow Vatnseli' oiThy qiaiz- jg the farmers. lie was passing a field conj, a hoy wns hoeing. The had. been cold and backward, and the corn locked The young dandy his head stage and bawled out, what rn-ikcn yojjr com look The boy raasod tip head and i on the other aide, followed by the hun- bawled oat in return, "Why, we planted ter art the Indians, who jttindr off intc yaller corn, you darecd foolVou in Pardon low, was tcmdercd to t3acsia by tlac of the Uaaitetl States, aWi that mf JVnwsyKaiaja. TJO other crcndalion, thala a assurascc of obedience to the laws. of the c i Ihc crs marks firaiiiwvs and rarest, write all virtuous men In- ing that the means
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