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   Angelica Reporter (Newspaper) - November 25, 1850, Angelica, New York                                 %TmICAIÎ HOT KÏ;ptby g,*, CUASE,  DansvilU, N, Y. lis lieuse, formerlj» kept by O*. C. Tàf"«t''" P»s»«i i»<o IH«  Ji^f rhe Subscfiber, anti no pain» has riiiireil în «fnovalinf, Adainjç to arttl ty^ÎacMiiJ Hiiusë in a ina^ntf lhat ëhih faU t* pl«»«» no pains shall be jWjjii dn tny part 40 render the ttay of Pairwi comfûîtable ««a happy.  [iHlottss «â  kt » few 8t«p» from Ihe Paçket Boat soiiêr Ail thè Stages itart froin said  rt^^friHraysHniti à Ctma^^^ in in«« on the arrivai of Racket Boat», to rtf you to aml' from ca'nl House Ir^e of J^e. Also trusty PoTters tQ talee care oi If'J,'¡lggag^ Anil any favors you may imi (0 «s shall ba reciprocateli by youi ¿k Jkc„ H.;A,,CH ASF, ,  jiansvitle. Jn'y?^' PropTictof.  î.- A goo^ Livkky attaehej Jt» iâid iisê7ro tat-e jou tô ehy part of tlic  ûiitiy.  fi31  MASSASOIT HOUSE,  lìy  dm ■wc^-mrTmmjvÊk.rmi^'  >lfast, AUegant/  oo.'isr. Y:  TllK muleriio;n'''l hovififf. purchased, thè above new and spadoni Hotel, will be most happy  ___.to wall upon hif old friends ?nd  «raveUi!>i5 public generally. It 8haH be best civipavorto makelus hniise a ple?«-a!mde for those vrhe uisy favor him vvith ,,5,om. , C.LYMAN..  a..un.y 22, im _____  ^¿HBUaOH nOTBXt,  J, c. STANNA il p.  HK sub*crib«r would reipectiuUy nn-■liounce to hii immerouS fiiénds and yfiim,:that ht fHH. f¿inain» at llich-rh, '.ynfre he will be happy to rctèJve vs'dit upon them a!lj after ine tiiosf ap veduti le. J,C. STANN./?nD.  ehbnr-l), May 2, 184?. 519 6in  Aiitericaii ol«'l,  ..... vrv........  U?^« iMim coüäi^^a^©  AKSlMr.V. AtTf»Ä.iiT COOMTT, H. T ,  At rhi lovrcf enJ uf Msin^. eU, Ifi, 1848. 55Ötr  CHARL£S^ HOTEL. ~  rg^UR SUBSCIU-J. BKR wouU! irr. rorui Iiis ("usiomcis  ___ Ptid thc Public in _____  al fliat he ha? opencd a TAVl^ÜiM »•> Corner iiouse, oj.pusita wHeie he fov-J^H. »rjiere he wlU b»» bappy to öi) tlioVe vvho inay iavor him with a -Atisfrica, Jiilv 22 I8äO.  - AJ^1)«EVV €ifARLES, D. Ife vroühl »ay to thoie indclited to litat tn TliC tfguäigl'aii'Oir ot hitT öltl , Iiis bcok«, nole« oi.d nccoUnti \?er»» . an i ifiat i» crcctTTtg hr« frew. buHd-c' \vili rfqiiirc ail tt at is d?ie (o Iiiin ¡¡.ttelv, and ihcte who have not sct-bv tili! iil iiay ofi'eptrnibcf .lext irmsl icl ;;M(ivr(iit ihFvrriöte OT acf-öiuit is if ii A. J. Norton', Eiq., foi collecfioti. jiöifil o[ ölliefwi^e. This uiMns ev-aif ii.tlebted to ini. [ß.S3 A. C.'  W. s. T O D D,  lY-iU:iAN V SUR s KON, would Icn-  iler Lis {'lar.ks to Uve citiipnp of Au-a äv.il vicinity, foi ttit-ir í.Vhí fiir Ubpr-trona;:«', w'rtic!. haçi more than met hi?  t!i<» irïe.iJB of the late r-r. Wiliarr. FoiilJ try hi.i ".IrjM- at the hcd-side »¡■;ii, i<>c il in hitn tluîv do net one wort 1 )• ( f their iufipüci't confi-  5( p,'idt hi«. Tesideoce, two doors cast I- Post Oitice.  g-lica, July H,,I<sl9, 629  catfi VER ------  and £ounttUnf$^ at Law, en^ Solicifor in Chaxirrru. REE Doov? West of the Exchange and -Itrectly opr.«site G. Dautreinont 'i. Store.  Uplioa. .l^nufirv 27 IM7. .^i)Otf  ÚVLIÍEPT P. LANNING,  and rmtnmiot  fißrd AUegany Co. N. Y. Mfc<IJuMe26.:lS44. 'ÖÖti  ZK NA s H. JO NUS,  rney. and CounítUor al  ■-'-"'-ïoA«'» cooKM, n  ••dFeb. 17, I84T.  La-  -.T  ti50ü  WARRÈN B.  butler, tloi iiey-& GouMisetlet-  ^ rsc»-; - m:^ -mw »  »TBSru.Lk,^Lt.EGJlNY CO., ILL told iiimgelf in readinejs to attend aa^ir^albinihf line off»!« professioh. id w.mesville, Oct. 27,184«. tl84  roi^iirii N ORIS, Barbar it Baij. Dresaor»  op two dobrs Eait o/tht £jéhangt. lIFltE Shaving, Hair-Cutting and C!elnsi,.p  OB? ' M " iii the neatest  oBt I'lslinniibie atyU. eiiCii, Feb. J3, 184ft.  .tf557  y by express.  mt.i CvrcnUr Saws for Sidihg Ma-P«e..t Rubber Bel-ineh Rouiid  r . ChoppiDg Axca, Gun.  (neTuol.ons.. by '  ; Smith.  2&, f850.  PPI.N'G FURS & DEKR SKINS must be had, for which j.nccá ^vi.'l Le paia by  B SHERMAN.  kNTED. At tht Empire Siore. lav quant!ly of Sheep P¿It« hv^ '  look« just received tnA for Ml* at »  advance from tcti, hy ' ' *  . . AND  mmi L'iSURAKCE COflPA!(T  rg^TOriwrtfa.ffv  G H A RTERKIÏ in 1850, Capital$l W.OOO Sccuied by Weai Eptftte and Stock», The only il/tiimi/Company in the IForril, who.<e Capitoi' Stock i.'» securcJ. An En* tiré N'cw Sysipm of Slock a Mu»«»! insurance. JOHN J. ROCKAFÉLtrtVV,  Agent  Angelica, April, 1st, 1850. C70  RATHBONE & GO'S  IjlXTRA Aìi-»light, Lar/rè Ovén Stovè tp  «tthe fiate Fair held at Syracuse, Sept. 1819 a the Best,CookinpStove For Sale by K C. GROVER.  / nsielifa. Dee, 25, 1849, 653  MARBLE WORKS.  BE^FA ST, CO.,  lllii Siiiisfcribor keeps constantly on . hand a snperior stoik of Ameiican Marble. Those wishing  Tomb Stones, Monuments, &c.,  can be accommodated on shoit notice, and on the mo.st reS.-^onale terms.  Iv627 , HENRY BYRNS.  Dated Belfa?!, JuSv 4. 18J9.  SMEAl) & KNAPP,  DEALERS IN  Groceries, Li^ors & Provisions  H EiTF A ST. allíígjíny CO., iv. y.  629  > P,IT!LblNGS KEMOVEP. —The fub. ' scriber would announce to the citizenf» of Aiiesany that he has in his posstssion u rouiplete t>p:ti «if  JACiC SCREWS & ROLLER.-^; anid ià prepared to rrnriove buildings t^l almost any size and capacity, to almost any lii^tr.nce, iuui dts'gns tnaking that his principal hi$ihesà during the comijig Suitmitir, and wili he happ^Jo_Ji:àit upon all wh(> îiiay desite hi» serSrice.«». Charges reason ibie. either b'y :hc itib or day.  KÙ.^SELL FÙLLÈR.  Angelica, Feb. 11, 1850. , 660  First Arrival Thia Sfrring.  A /-jnc Assoifment of SPîîlNa A^^il.Sûàli\llvK GOODS,  J'ijF.P^CiíiVEü BT A  'üNSLSriNG of Calicoeí, Cloths,Cassi-7 roeros, Vcatings, Dry Goods, Boots,  CSioes, Hats, Summer s'utfa, and every va  liely ot . .....-v.................................. ...............  PRY GOODS, u inch will bo .sold-at as low ? rate, and on as reasonable terms, a» at arty other place in Wester« New Yèrk.  April.SOth, 1850. ; 3mfi7i  OUÌiE Cod Livers Oil just received at  IT^ the Drag and Hook Store of  M.iy 1850.___________C. lL icG^ W. TimrJAS.  fl'^RUSSES tnd Abdominal Supporters,, JL very cheap at thé Drug^ Book ítora ol May 1850. C. K. i ü. -W. Thomas.  REMO VAL AND NEW FIR, ' A K-USS, ha-vrrç tala-rt LeVi Mils into partncrfchfp wixh him iti the mä'nulac-ture oí  SADDLES AND HARXE^^S. the business will heiPaftrr be conducted under the firm of Ross 4 //ills. They have rrinovi-d tluMi íhüp to tiie old ¡»(jind recently ùi cup'eil by R. U IMti, a tew <!oors east o't OIKwi's Hotel, wheie they will be glad to ¡¡PO all old customers, ar.d as many new oiipii a< or<> in want of  Satldics, Harness, Valisés, '  Tiuukf, ^c.. They intend manufacturing their ^ttkies out -krttds  iletoniiiued to gft thlMíV ilp IfrnT^ood ¿iy le nnd taste in poiut of woikmahship, as any oih^T ïho|_'in the coiinty.  The pntronage of tliV public is ri'spect-f'llly soUciied, not doubting but that all wili find it to their adviüitaee to cive Rds? //ills a pteferenie in inahinç piirchases.  AARtíNROSS, LEVI HILLS. Angelica, May 20th,l>'.50. <>75 •  FOR SALE.  Blanks 'of every deuciiption, kept con.«.tantlj Jii bar d and for sale cheap at this t fTire.  rarriusCi Ät fi^e^iot  IN ANGELICA,  BY JAMES C. DUNCAN..^  '1 H K subsi-'rlbér having just completed a large arid -conrmtmrtnts—Car^  riapp Shop, w;i'h Blacksmith Shop a1 faclied, and engâ-ged the ses vices of good and experienced workmen., is now prepared to turn ouï as good and vvorkitiau-like articjeti, of the various kinds, usually got up in the  IVaggon avd Carriage Lifíé^ asean be produced in W'pst'ern New York ; und havingaíso urocuiideÁpeJÍsfiiced workmen iu the irouitvs business, hg leels confident fjhat he will be able to Ireiider general satisfaction to the public. He hits on hand the best ol •¡jnbj»r, w^ell seasoned and-pre-païM e^pccíaiíy for home customers., All orders will be executeif with promptness and dispatrh—and nice Bugpvr AVâpgons. Democrat Waggons, Sulkoys, i c- ^c,, kept cons.taiitly on hind, which will bet «old at 4nódeiate prices for ready pay. Beirg dt», fermined to malte Artjjêlicià 3 permanent fepidiju c, (he ?iibtcrlberHvW^ to turn out fiurh work as will induce his customers ta call Upon hi»j the second time. Hepairing, hol in IVcóri,^^  will be prtnctual.y attended.to, pnd done up in the most workman-like manner—and at reasonable chargeg. The subscriber Jiopes bj his w-oTk ind,assiduous attention to the demands of the public in hi» line, to merit " libieial abare of nubüc pnlröna»re.  J. C. DUNCAN. Angçft«^ Ma?«h ÎSSO: ' : fifôî^  jq^ J. ro^felwiw^  N, M. SMfTH, M. 0.  Fn?SICIAN; SURGJEO.V It DENTIST.  HAA'ING now betn a resident of Angelica over one yea?, would respcct-luiiy announce to the public, that be wili conttnne thè practice'of Meciicnvs—being at ail times happy to wait upon those who mayatifid in need oí his prufeasional qer> vicei. He will still continue the practice Of  DÉN;r Al, SUIlGEllV, in all ita yarlotta branchea, and feeb«saure<t that he can appeal to his numerous patrons of the part year, Itìr testimonials favorable t» hÌ9 proftcieftCf and »Kill in Ibis bran^ of bis profession. The contiiiusrfavof the public is solicited.  Having purchased the house lately occupied by Ira Canfield, and fonnefly a Temperance Hotel, Duct. Smith may be found flii tliose premises.  Please call first door west of Llovd'a office. N.M. SMITI'  Apj{e1!«íaí Nav. ^ «99  KTirW GOODS  AT GREAT BARGAINS. ^^HE largest and mo-st comprehensive M. stocfeflf staple and substantial goods are to be had at'  LOGKHAKT'S NEW STORE.  Consisting in part of cloths, cassiT.erj, Ûiàrerropfl, Ai'de Laines, batamaftàs, alpaca.», plain and chang;eable ribbonjs, boots and shoes, hats and cnpsjliou and nails^ and every thill» that is usually kept in a éouiitry store to supply thé wan'ts of a prosperous community, which will be sold for ready pay or a prompt credit at as low a price if not lower than ativpiber eitibifsh-ment in the ic6uiitii\  The inct¿aitd iatriiitifs f6r gettlng^ goods has bro't about a'new erain trade and that is  SMALLER  PROFITS AND SALES !!  LARGER  VVhich necessiatea us for thè pa(y ^n all debts of overa year's stanJinir. , Afi kinds of produce will be taken in pavment for good«. A.L'OCKHART.  Angelica, Nov. 12,1850. 699tf  JExNNY LIND'S  . nrst Ooacvrt iir Richtm^h . :  SHOULD noi occasion a greater rush among the people than the new and  laigi assnrltTient at  FALL goods  Just receiving at the enla/ged E.vchange Building, formerly occupied by A.W Miner, pu the hill, w'here you Vrill 'fin<f a splendid assoitment of all klp'Ji of goode usually called for, such as  DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Hard wait, I^t;chanic>^l Tools, Queiens VVnro, Boots, Shojes, Books. Drugi*, Jp'ye Stuffs, Pai'ilP, Oils, Fish; Stoves, Pipe, SiC., &c.,-i»r aa'e at low prices.  Our siock will lifjt hp sold on loi^g Credit _ We have taken pn^ns to buy otir ¿oods tllEA^ a>Vd We "pfopu^^noneil Iheifi for ready pay and if in any instance we shall vary, it 'will be for customeVs who wiil pay when due By adopling this cou-se we catuiiEurd to and wilf sHf good« much liHvii Ihnh maiVy. Almoet everything taken ii)i5,9xchango, nnd great harjinins eiwr-ed for a.-hes, grain, lumber, shingles, sheep pelts, beef hides, CASH, &c. ,  We therefore invite all who wish lo pay for goods'ln drop in and hear the Ic.v notes of the Nighifigaie.  Ail'jooJs warrnnie.! a."» rccomrncnded.  Admission fiee, childre n half price, an.] ihoy can get goods as cheap^a« their pa rents. V. PERRY GAUTER & CO.  Riciihuigh, Nov. 12./I8.V0. 699if  È W «« Olì».  '^i^'HE subscriber has just received a new lot of Goods l^'tn the City which wili be sold lower than any in thecoutuy. Call iwA sec. 0;vts. B'iit»>r, Eilg!;, and all of i)iied Frtttt-mifii^^ fJi-change lor goods. Call and examine for ycurselves K. M. STANTON & CO. West Airoondi Nov. 12. I.S50  Ready Made Glothing always on hand. 699  DO G T 0 R Y OU K S E L F !  PpR a'5 OHNTSll  BY MEANSOF THE POCKET KSCULÀ-PIUS, or, Evcry one his own Physician " aOth etlition, w ith up-vvards of a huhdred en-gravings, sliowiug.pri-vate djseascs in e^'cry shape ajnd foim, and maltormations of the generative system,  liy Wiii. Votiaf. H D»  The lime U7~n^"à»ìFivetl, tiral-pirsons  suffering from secrt t diseases, need no inofe become the victims or <iuackkry_, as bv  the prescriptions-corrtaitied in ihir^^^^^^  any one may cure I imsell, without hiiid-ranee to business, or th? knowledge ot ihe jhokt iiitlnjate friend. and with one tentt^ the usual expense. In addition to the general routine ol^piivate diseases, If lully explains the cau>e ci manhood's early decline,  vtith observations on marriage^-'beiiides many other dn augejnenis wlnCh )t would ] nt)t be proper to enumerate in.tbe putjJic prints.  !L?-Any person sehdnig tWENtt rivK cents enclosed in a letter, will receive one copy of this tttvok, by wail, or five copm V ill be sent, for on«* «lollar. A'l^fess, ITr. W. young. No. 1.^2 SPRUCL Street, PHlT-^liELPHIAv' Post-piid.  {cr PR- YOUNG <an' l-e con^l'^d on any of the Diseases  Street, every day>tween 9 anf ©»clocH,  (Suiidays escppted.) ^ ^ .  ODD linubli Soled; honie ar for «ale by A. LOCK/iART.  Angelica Nol 12, 1850.  »t r. CLRUetiT.  the mo Med wiiida «re aigb.og  O'tir Auiunnn's opening gr>i?e* „ Anil wiihered Sow«ra aic J>i!iff ^  Like faoprt which chiiJIiood §ava. Each loafjr crown ia Mnleit'  That hunt the fountains «'er» Whose liosotQS. sudden awo^Utu Their griet in rivera [»oilr,  No aylran song of j^tadncs« . The birds are here to make ;  The wind'»low tonea of ^a^iness  Alone the PÎIenté break And thus is Nature W'cgping ,  For lieautita tore away. Like Agif, bis fi^ijs liec()intfj ¿"«i toaîsiîooii ifr-^ecaty^^"^ -  Bui #oOifihë irerîir will »'liiiLh-,  And mnal bloom appear. And natiirc then nrilt bnniiih Each gloomy clond of ftar. And soon both age and sorrow  Aside the soul will fling-Its long celestial morrow Will be Eiernsl ppriijp;.  SCOTTISI^ SilL'PHEIÜ £0Ï.  bt COLONIAL ÍOHKSO.f.  »n»y «ry ihrewtRy ç^i^ieiedac. thrisà Yoar* after IKuatTtosSat'léi-f  c»man«y and fortuiio telling with iter t^ra, he wtin rètnoveiî lo a Grammar' olhcf employments; and si»o «oon [school at-Yei^ previous lo FounO Oje people \yould pay imy roon- U'.&t«vent, both hi,'* father his old «y Within tlreir meaDs for the gralifiK^. pairones.i wfcro icnattîs of Iho grave tion or « »nototd 00:10.1 (y. in. the yard. Nanny M'(?reL"i> was not «ur-ipsecutroa of tins vocation of qucs^ ; prised Uy dû^tb. ¡¡¿r pomtencç and  t.onab!« morality, for many years join-liai. liAvaxed d«p mid bright os ahé  «d to an economy verging on arrctic diew near her end : and thn hopw (jf  covetousne^s; the weired sister of Hiq hflts lind depositad a consiticrabîe sum  of mon^' in th$ Bank of Glasgow, beside^ AvUttt she had buried in iron pots  ...J,, ^„u »H« UV^'V* V«  a WigsXul iimnortaljty-^ldedJiJÊt-Mth--Way as she entered the yailey o£ Ihe lihuduw of death. Bttt what wa¿r hiorè  . . V , , « xr P'>tsTñüportant io Jiihn Gnsg^aU fuigct  la hçr\kRil.yord. But Nanny ÄfcGre- 11,ot in her will to prtivide «tifíaiis «or liad now bírcame an old 'ircrnan.— ¡ for hia education at the uñíverylty.*^ Thü sfui^" ÖF life h'á Jáliukcn lìerlrail | TTlîccurfed tliet his most intímale tènainènt j 'and tha tbç-tïghia of ap- ì classmate and mPsstnaie at colle<:e w,ag froachIng de:«tl) had drawa. htr wan-| tHo poet CainpLoiiVthe authcr of'The deiing heart back to eurly piety, and j Pleasures of Hope ' . it may not be  to lessons of  ön« that this almost  , lufufllij® Wtts rot paWiiihed till two years longer to tell the furiniio;i|n'" tlie yootis, ! watnis, i saw that fine poe^ itj man-  Nanny had becoino religious and god-ly.^ . ■ ..." ■■  Still, she could not inainlain piety in her soul nor heahh írí her body without iar»ó; draughts of moutUain air^i which she had been acsustotped fg iin hi he for moré thar. sftventy years, obta-n tliiav she" siili Ai.'itiUert^i m amon tiiere of bird heard  mora than once stood conce^lec!, | in tiie nevr worFd, lo^i:; iVforo it was lis.ening to the wild notes of inim^ery !;oen by the Bintl^h jmlilic. ( tloubi as perf»)ritiéd by liie'wee h¡l o"' laddie,'] whethci- ibis fact ha.s bren «generally she called John Greig, as Ije was kuuv, a bv'.!:e !ite:v,ry wofld. ° /  academy in Can;indai.jua, VVcstetB  New iioric. As yet it had not been  publipfied-f and il waà more than  year aricr\vard.s, when It first tvept to  I press in Europi», John Greig be'n^  j the bosom companion of (Jumplil'iij  To ¡fui! uf poet ¡cal tiro himself, .naJ jiyà-  uch I Eesslhg the finest in sucîi coaino-( _______ Ï . »1 . • • * Í  mofik-eng the birds on his rustie in síiunjúnt.  ' AlletíigVh rSvéaléd íverself. ánd j Grclg, ilio «coteh '«hep surprised him while at his music. 'Vc ! ia America. Ho was, and ¡ saw hitn uébd ua rill. ! add ;c ; !'!l na hafm yo^' j there, many years afti'rwuíds. fíéhaii said she soothingly, as -John was-hast- j taken bis uenrrecs u-ith honor at-irit Hy quKting his mossy knoll. /Come j unkers ty in -S^?otiaml ; but in the back, and tune up that wee bit o'-pi- growing prolli^^ftcy of the seats of , li'ttv ns jüát sure :  loojísavc the selfsame »igh «xhausted Ifie funds provided for' inoughf bé among ij),e sp:ritual psal- him by ilio considerate jNanny ; and lines of israul'!» shen- vvhat would have been more painful to iho o!d -pTitroness h-ad she stili beet; liyingy heiv^yrfHe|è cyirscediio^ ly forítíió church. John Gr«> wns  ■•U  My reader.s will uiiderátaiid by this, that abolît a Ivalf ¡^ rentury. dgo/'Jòfin  the likes o'ttili noo,isavc the selfsame moughf b6 among ¿he spiritua teries and holy pipes of Israel's shep herd, \vhaii tendng his fiither'a' ilocks  ilc-;\.-:suFed by the kr.'iOly soothing  i T1IÉ k  It ¡9 said that sum« are born "wUth silver spoons in their rnouth.", and that Dame Eortune i.s so fickle arid capricious in the bestowal ofhet favors, that the undesèrVing and iinworlhy nrt^ as likély to draw prizes irï hér |r>t»èrv as the good and ihe virtiîstr^Wîth-out controverting this, or sermonizing on" the te-ft—^This way of man is nol in himielf; it is not in nnn that walk-eth to ^r^t his fteps'-—| ghall tiss« and provè th^f Prov id^ncè, [n 1 ts y wi » mysterious way, Îrequently interposes, in the afSiiVs of men, down  one and seit ng up another^', contrary to all probabilities and butfilan'Cafcuïa-  tiOBS, i  Ah^TÎfT yeâï WW born ifi ôtïê' of the humblest cottages ofSeolland, in that strict of tie country where the heather e;:cludes the gree^n grass, and the shepheru's guard their «hegp upon Hhtf Îr^ hillis, aflarding but scanty herbage t» the bleating flocks. He v.-aa .tlie son of a poor shepherd,, himself trained to  iamsf em -  and he might be st-en Avàtching the sheep the|livelong day, with faded lionnet, barefooted^ and—his father's cast-off plaid hanging in tatter.'? upor. h:s poverty-stricken frame. Ofltileri; and books Jiihtï knew nothing. The distant parish school-house he ^¡r'd never approached; and the Gaîlic bible a'nd psalm boolf, on which h's father stropped iiis rajior, were concealed tréasures to his undersS.O!,ur!nrg'. W.tli all these drawbacks, John was a genius in his way : for, liiougU hé could, ,, . . . , not pip« his pastoral lays on oaten^ i T ' llw^nwn bc-iig iliC nv>5t learii^J and ubk-  • ■■■ - .....-.» — «.— ».--- ' lavvyei for ht^ùit^îs of.;ii-i1ie.T •aroiind.  It w"as uhile ;ii thai relation,Tiuii V!ie Piit^.rc L iii^s PIrli"pjie, hilQ K tire Frcnrh,i/i'5;i u ftig'tive from I' ;inc.î a vvatuierer over the .\ii:eiica, caii'ic through tiic iilmust in-  ,-emote Village; o.f Caiiandiagua. . ilc was a fine tall fellow ; and Joi:u ro.g wus an Eur<'>pcan as we"  n-hen thefattt Wows wert iitnKk the w«rrKir\ Iiis yieiims fi>Hov «!»l li^u, in hi»» rétmt, »Uo he «udd^f^ utVwff' upon them tnò deMched them wair his tomnbswir. 'iHiit wti Vàrrir r wn« «BptüreJ, and imprisoned ttt Ciin.ind^f-" -Kua, find indicted by a r^Mnd.  Jury for wHIfol murder. Io the ,âv.  -OfJ^t. Attffroey General^^.îyHft" Gre'gi the shepWJ boy otPertVwVirflJ, was «petiiaH^ cotntnîssTouetî is "'p'.ìtT;?"' p>Mfcutor of the led warrior, it.e ' ccléKçitod Indian chief and' Vr.irci, Êfed who wai at the head ____  of the old woman, John returned to j pt,;iher infiüel/scüírer, nor« hypocrite  his seat and music ; and as the hiim-, blest psrformer loves tllattory equally weir wilii itie gre.Vi iiiasver; the shepherd boy was put in good opinion of himself, and in fa^-or towards Nanny, by her unqualified prai.-ie,  'An noo,^ said the old woman, 'I'lii a land bod^; tliey ca'me the weird cron'ic*th€ hills oft confabulating \vi witclies, olve's,' falf'es, an war-^ocks, au' n sicken devllinents ; but iia ii)a-iei'j I has mnir nor pneuch o' wnr'.dV gear withered amaud the siufu' o' tb-s  He rèjgpected the ord i fences of reli-ee] that a ^ti-f had a right  'T-on ; hut, b«? emild iiot^ fui free-liver i;ke hiinse to assume the sacied vocalion- -.This call he ha(i not—he therefore refused fo touch the ark with uhs'anctifieti hnnds. But what did ho go to America for Why Jiko ihousiind.s of otli-eroj he went there to .seel: h's fortune j and he foiiiid !!. At Can'atjdiagua, some ihrco or four hundred m'les west «f Y.pH:.  Urst I knc-,v  lair,' t-> buy a iiiia' tii'rk-yhrJ, fm;! st: up o^ [-¡.ives- ¡ M  ho .stóppeu I and th.K b'm was as an npprcn-sjiot o' earth :u | t'ce.' cisik cr r^'iier s|uJcpt at hiw iu  iaw pilkor-that gen-  r ,  the tribe "'rhere^the homicide had «c-curridf appeared as sole advocate for the atci:sed warrior. Grei^ kuew hm little pt the tfltiiMfious chief when he tnok bis «eat oppos'te to htm at tha trial. Red Jackfît \fra8 always -  tfT*T  language known in EurÇCfj though he = understood French and IJngl'sh w^eli. On this occasion, two.abie interpreters' were pi»scnt, wlao were Instructed liy the Coiírl io give the literal ineaoîiig of the tcslitnotiy of ¿omo Indian Witnesses, and to translííte at length into Engli.<ih whatever might fall from Red Jacket; ' '  Í should have said that the prestdin;; Judge was nono iOther than' Chief Jus-ticé Kont^ whoso works or jiínspru deilce are famoui even in Etiglahd,-^• i wó days were occupied lii |lrodáctng evidence before the jury. Iiî thia pro-cessj as well as in cross ox'amiflotion. Ih® native orator displayed the , most consummate sTitll and àdrôîtnésâ. He knew that the fiomicide had occurred n a drunlsen bra#I, when the vi-ifness-" cs' minds were ¿lèf^ogged with the fumes of liquor, and tfieir rccoliectiona cf tjie Incidents wouU njCcessBriiy he confused and*.,contradictory. Hen^c  he^vvaJM líiííñ^eíf"tfiii l%ííí fipm  separate the witnciscs, and allow uoneV to te prosenl in court eKcspt the one under examination. In this way he obtained from thenri a confused medley •f' f#icts, ahaundlng in diserepáCGies and coiiiradictions. '  JineeiLtist detail. John.iW-r snsic efforts on tfel^l^casion ; suáíee  reeds, like Don Virgii's ¡-'.vain of yofe, for lack of oaten material oiy the heathery hills, yet he cou:rived ',vHh the stalks of h.gllw wieeds gfithefc-d in the miry fen.'i, to iuake fifes or rude ilutes, of vaiou's'sirfcc pr'd ci>niCru>:^tioo, vv)!.*>j Wft^clijiir^ld iniiiate'^ihe of «^slho  birds tuning their lays even in those al most barren regions. There was one strau^ie T.stohir  ha^ glide tho'ia o' my lang hame, an ll'miie:be there," í caíma láísiíoubt iiV i/iy ghastly duty to uphuld some pooi tuddie to ihe university, or ihe k rk. ilf.it he m ght expound Gotl'd «.vuvd Tm lain döuu peace m:ysei,'  ■ ■ -—rr-—:-  raíyí Joiin G.'eig but I ttle knew v.-hat was inénl by universities, of ho-. ^ jy Crtlliug^ in.the niin'stry, iu kirk 0» { CJ  t that his speech to theTSry was cm-^icalj neat, iiiid legally cWrQGt, w^fa iiia_qucatto4Mii to- .tJbe- i \vi4n pertinent Mdsearchtng/ On ^ 'ay of'tho trial it was the chieftains'« province to put forth the prisoner's de«-lonce—and what a defence ? The or-àtaV nrst raised tRigriaF^^ quostioti, whether nti alieii people could assume juriadiclion over the aborigines of thé country, and try theiu tor alleged crimes coihmhted m^V a country bestowed upon them by the Almighty. In discus.^ing this, he said!' the lud a.i's rsght to the country wa»^ coeval with création itself ; whereas, tho protended right of European jiq atiy portion of the soil Avas »tquiréd hy fr;iud, l\»ice, or aggression,; and thereby rendcici nugatcry by the paramount ' law of i);iture. Thii was a pica to the  urisdictiun of the coiiri ; on the éloso -of ivhich -Red Jacket ft'Iiiôd his arms  ^iiig ú¡ upon his breast/aiid cariic ty a sol«^^ ----  ,M-a-.R-e, [»âîîsë. "Thsïïrï^tën^ng his piercing wilds ÓÍ on the Chief Ju^stice, as if he nustin- would rivet his very stvitL by scrutiny,' "  lis music Old Nanny McGregor was ¡ '^-ssions ;  peasantry to conjecture «riany^ things, thought her daft ; otners, that she had dealings with thé Kvit Oho; *.spcer-ing o' hiiT\' abolit ungodly mysleries for saké" o' ines o' the on tea-cups  of cards, she bt^fuled tiie saft nmu ciri, j^ier^eby gathering together tbe warlU'ii| aeer^ ahdihtrryTng it  Some p'aii v.'haievcr-it mi|>bt bp.  out shepherd Greig had taken lessons of adversiiy from the slern^book of nature for many ycara, Ol at lost,  giia ¡ai;o. 'rbe intitr.acy jiius formed wcs renewed' in alter years, under very re-.l cirrumstnncc.,. ...  'i'be siicpl-erd boy pa.sscd ihroi'gh tegular studies pi law, viaa adiuii-a^i sjiicrt.ir, barrister and then rrs _ cuuoteiior itt ll;e i  Irasl with the richne.s.s and varifety of j on tiie inVitatian of h/li" iV-rmor iriasler, the scenery. He knew that to get a he entered into pautnefship with him,  viiu ine 11.V11 i^iiu ; .spvar- . " --------j ........- ------ir-- -  f( about ungodly mysteries ^f nature for many ycara, 0« ut )e>st, ^ ' i' iortin-telliu—Ih.-vt by the f'"»« i hat page of it laid ».pen over the | his le hand, the wee bit o' spees heathery hills of ScotlunJ, where the , leJ ps, orthe warse bedifuiienil the soil i.s, nt str l-Mg "on-¡ coi  sttuw li V tuir ill k.rk waS ha better tor  her kailyiird' The fact islLat Nannv tha« tending sheep. J u old  McGregor was a rare chandler, and I pr^'lheard with some periiaps^ without a parallel in^tbe prqVf'^iplied : sent history of Sbotland.  ar.<l-etijoyca practice.  / Notice.  » i s i» Stanley  fe S i» Stanley = , ,  SuhKriti» «ad «re how m his hand» for  côllêêliwil V*'  emity of »»kinf p§imnt wuboot delay»  She was  born some «evenly yiears^ prewoos to the commencement uf this narrrative, in a Aimily of ancient name, utid educated as well as were the best of fern des in the" country pàrti of ¡Scotland a century ng«i, vvhich, by the bye, was nòne to ^éll. She broken  heart collie o'er her,* asL her. early ac.-quiMntances ij.sed :o say 'on seeingJ^et lo'ed and lost one washed ashore a cold corpso fra' hif ve.ssel, w recked upon the rocks.' Nannjp* for mauy ii1t>ntha' was crazed^ and wandering amoog-4he-4Hghlaadij, fleeii)^ Irke^^^tt fpightfned-doe.^^^ appVoàcfi of  man, and fèeBÌng, to all ^ipèarance, UkiC the chameleon, oil ifciY-^tShcL  however,naturally of to6 strpbg a mind to let her grief destroy her qaite; so^ gradually recoTcriog, she reiiolveil t<> »main uoiriirr'.«»lv,8nd, by «ctive ein-ployinent, to drown unavailtng gorrow. VVith a trifliogeuna furniahiU by her ftmiilyü she con>tneaced business jbs a j^iar in iro the  petsantry oirtlMi biila^  i^oding ihe^^ supentittdos of her ooiintiyiSUBiitiU iBoie prerohmt th«ti tteMmiir jl^iaMe Mai  *Weel o'day, weel o' day. Miss ]M"ani>y,,i:'m do' just sic a wo,idcrnieíít e'er rum ewer mo, to hae it toutd by yersel* that cue o' my^ane' by a póor-ful predeierniination, is ito hae pari in the fore-gathering o' the saints ; an^ that the wee litddio from tha ühcep ¿mid i» to be elected intil Ute g^üjiel uiinisiry, fhuld the flt>ck 0' ÇiireeKt, deal in spirituals, an' the wecîitier matters o* the law ; albeit, I daurna deny that John is a heaVöjjly miuded lad, a* thò't fu' like, ahd his gangitig ^wu, will'bo a sad sa ir Woe to ine and missed be lije .isheep^; xjevAîf the. guiie righth hae tho Loid :o ca' hisjiin in' h a ain gude time, au^ if the spunkio come 10 ue a xiwij - ~ '  fünyfcé^in k^iTt-ordiniïîiifes, 1 ."naun amen, thc bairn iá nae inarr, my am, but dedicai' till ihe Lord.' -, " ^  Poor Johnny of the sheep fold, for whom Huch pious calculations were made, was no fit candidate for the university. Hé still had his letters to rear« Î and  ahire was selected aa hii teacher in the fniaeraod hornbook. It is said, howi ever, thai the boy raade rapid iTo^r^ in kie èwly itudiii j so that witbio  During- ïhii. „cí.íiii¿5lit>n, the young Scotchman di.<»tingu!^red tiimself öS an aUIe" îi^ecial" preadelV  gathering fume from all ranki of clients ; and had he fíor.tinüituf iij' that. profes.si<A3:, no doubt he had attained its highest honors. But á very sfngu-  sion dist.'l&t^lt^i to him ; and he "quitted it to retuin to it no inore  f^reat ¡at!7 mctn to this:'  Ciiii:fJi!st:cc Kent replied thst the ¿yreslion raised was a very grave one," involving the highest principles of con-suiiatioiial::kw, aiu!.hs.JwotiLl. reserve i it fo'i consMj^raUoii ot'a f r^t bejiclll^ of Jt/dges; in pre rneinliine, the trial' til'ght proceed as if the-quesi iou overruled. The orator then aiijilted' hinis^Mf to tha casi. So skilirully did he gV'i>up, eepera^e, and then coiilras^ the various witnesses J Iringiog out their discrij^ancies in such a cle.ii'.and. searching I'ghtj thaii eyeii John Grc^^ hung d'lwn bis head as if ashanjed of . the case he had tinderlakeh i(> deferid. The orator noW took up the doctriob of homicide; and although, h^ had. oaver a book, fiaye the great yulMmai of nature, his deffmtions auditalenveata wera iu ¿strict accordaoce ^iih the-Tjriflciples laid ^flwn by thc^lnwyers ofy the old world. H6 resisttil his defence on the ¿round of killing by ne-." cesiity, nicely drawing thed ^t^r^ctit.»nís' between malice prepense, ch-nce med-lay, justifiable and excuiable Jji>j«f-cide. ffepicivred in the mnst .growing colors, and with lively ¿'CjitiCuia-lions, how his brother wajTior, thenfi'  --rr-A i^w-adveuUiiou3 ^ìimi&èrÉ hM^ _____. . ,  nenetTated the" ft^^ests tv ihe font of «n_hjs first t^  Lak'e Eric, and tbrov. n up a few log »hiraty ^«^».»«»rtu^-^^^^^^^^  i -.i« nn the spot where tho city of Bui- ^¡8 owrt l:fe in a moment of terrai: and '.V sundis. These outlandish alarm, ho ii  :uts on fííio íio'.  iiiÊii, ì" dôul)t not, were worse in tl;e¡r moral cbarartors thhn'tbeTrihe ot Sen-c vk .Indian^ in h .1 Itili n  tracts, Iving about two miles from thè; - - , - , .•■ , ^  new Mittlönienl.' Tlio w hites cafri, fieely usfed  asserted the gicat nafura!;. right bC self-prcFe/vation. Bht the pcrüraiious oí tiie chieftanv waa'grand and ail'tfctihg . beyon J deátiripiíoo.^ ' Iins"sf5íüI5Héíned W ' littd'eïi^'  of tlteir stores i ami they _  tiieirthe Indians cidi it, in their trading interconree; with the natnes. It was ndt uVibstial, there-iore, for wild and uníeemly revels to occur To the night time, at one or more of these log huu ; #nd quarrels of a despera to cbjaraeter ^»let ii^es ensued hetWefo thè red and white rriea. At one of these, an Indian warrior, Ikoown to the whi^ as ^tiff-arrn^ Jbe; killed two of the i^iiiMf» is desperat* fraj.  with tht -rr.igh'.y- emolipa slrugjlingV Within ; [lis orina swept over the heade' of his aikIitoM7 wlt^ his dark, pTerc* ing eye^ kindling añil' apaïkhai with' the cfl'tilgence of gc.'iiuf aeeifU»d to itkih-ou ait surrounding objecta. ,  [Conciuded ntJti wcti.y í  ^ '^íar^y, I canool ihiftk","' DFck,' " i, " What mâkeé itiy aucfejgrovr so thickP^. •♦You do eot reeoJte&U^^s^ Harr^/ ' ^  frMt a the/ to cvrf;*   

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