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   Adams Sentinel (Newspaper) - January 8, 1844, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               At 00 per ttruium. in Or not paid within the "UtSIST WITH i; 8I-I1UT OV IXXUV4THJI.V Vl'O.N THK PH1XC11'LKS OK VCIftt (HIV Wl.N M f.NT. MOWKVliH TIIK I'll EffcXTS. ._ C Ath-crtTscmonts, 1 per square for agents )Xjr square for eapli continuance. "POETRY. produced by my- care but things which, cost nothing arc care J UUI Ullllua vv-jv v..v. Trie parent who may have an oLscm child, wonh nothing. Take back the charm, ahle Woi Ti'itirttrto win DC aou. iu 11 i v i irwl me to tnat liuniQie iiuppuieaa following address themselves to ami the heart ..._.... From tlif. Danbnry Times. ABSENT SON. rer mran. which your potent spoil would chase away- ANECDOTE. A living .of per in the gift of the late Lord Chancellor j ft 'calth of the Mexican Professor fiojeley.jAn operationwas wealth of the nobles of Mexico, previous performed on Tuesddy, the 19th of to the evolution of that country which cember, in presence ol the class attending faM-di'trwAWqKl-jncg.'-on AV'asJnngion rnended his friends as vorv deser- ving of the benefice, whom his lordship approved of, In the interim, the Curate who had served the last iaciunLeuUuaiiy LO that which i-s en laved hi' vv many of the Russian grandees. Many ?ors Annan and Gibson, families have derived incomes of which was of a novel character. Strange Promdmgs in We learji from the St, Loui that a luWiing of the citizens of Lew arid Clark counties was held, on the .JBL committee undDr. Be'al, pointed to hear allegations .against The annum, from lands -alone--- j subject utjheojiemtimi was ajadj' whoso away slaves tain persons charged with, aiding (l11.ju.fK. I.IIJ3 V U Iravtn To soothe him in sickness, in sorrow to The pest dependence a young man years for poor per annum, came up can himself. In enterjhg into .can nave...smmseu. in entering mto Or mingle with his, in affliction, a business Uilhun not look round, ajixio.us- for friends. They-will come fast I enough when he deserves A- Or mingle [owsftdistt And none Jino'wa what portion vet have to i ig gone mrougn tue testimony, after mature deliberation, came to th'ef conclusion that." prosijeuticia bo justified by the cV.idcn.ce, ye sjiaded o f the guilt of the ACC j Dr! D, Nelson be Missouri an h.OnCSt regoUlUpn, his .lordship he might in-. eqnsideViilipn oflils large family, -wn Unchaitigihgan3 pure is i affection, Uncnangingana pure is mmeniui yeara o[ so} And I Swell onsQiiio dcarrooplleetion, .erminecl are the friends, the cap- '-'of a these' he ean accoinplish.any tlujig, rs'o reverse, l he could prevail next iijcjun- iu tm lit so irhea' :his son, the Count, .was party walked .from fihi.rrh j a pbftioa of-ihi? (ait Island in tho and aftenvavda' bringing t.o- ring iiesn, aim, aitenvama Bringing i.o- getlvcr. the -inner and outer potion of tho newly formed lips, which, tlie ,---1 i n n. ,i n we onsiii With feelings that Hoiie but a Aother can know .v..u -lAvnu. be it ever so sudden and disastrous, can I bent to add a year, :Hq i ,shoiild Aver cunrpletel'y to-saecccu. .Just, turn your eyes about'i y0Ht young- TTIHTI, andSliiL. JVhfi MC tlte j really poor men, and-you will find Hi to; his. '.hoUso silver. ch ..-.npfw, 'ingots 01 ntess with vice j addition of ;aV the j.dence or in-its; .n.t eut SMliLlLCLia jecffliahation a white operation; which feat is termed; techni- i.Afty lashes on I beUuvd, U exceeding coun.ty; never again seen in Lewis or --If, after TTo Avpi-y fn'r distant larid T d CX every recess betycen earth undtieavcn, if yeftiviag, I'd nnd him olffie more. Too thnlling, too .keenly intense- to be borne, For of Hope o'.et my senses And whispers "Thy Eli again shalireturn "Sweet cherish usual .gQodnessr.prbtoised to use his lit- most eiideavors.Uo servo him quid the fffmlcmriri.'frrf'whom the livin Countess havi ho t on ..his bare back, well laid on: promise till lifeshall be o'er, nde'en.if at deatlMt'is desjinM to And among started in with wealth and stantial and prosperous merchants are' those who a penny. to talk about hard designed, coming after to pay his respects., my lord told him the affair of the Curate, with this difference that'irtrshould allow stead ofje. The _ m some con- entire Mexico, assuring him That i delicacy, and reflects great credit upon the hoofs of his Majesty's horse the operator, that that delicate atwl im-t tniich nothing'but solid silver from Vera' portant mouth, can.be cV" TT "i fcr his is te neck till he is dead I cp de This such means, if .to on motion, it was resftlvpT to Society, vwhosd" chief catch ruii TQfftQ- his way is before Thee, thoughts of his heart are all plain in thy now as- eyer, and while there is vigor iu-the good teach honor, to'love his fky his "delight. 1 that lie. couldiiot grant his that he: had promised the right amv and I'curScy-to another, says you his wealth exists in the fact that hecaus- We, rise and Wlall, as ws W  success, the with- Great inequalities "mark social dition of the .Mexicans.- Bustamentgj coolness, 'that the will of God. she1 should be that weakness of _ whose name occurs so often her caused it, and he: %vas. Tjat not David-IP. Nelsonr andr.. :.A_. ___ __ ........flht'o; soinetiines' complain-, be- causethev- must. they .can habit of -tne-begmning--ol7a- slow it before. >f land, and vv 1 tl gjui y.. -on --To-flH such persons I would tell a ilsf n--mnn mindmg htg he JS fnr is renuted to verv rich. co.rr mes- rnllpd nn scTTger-dc-spatcheti by General I nom .the following allegory, which. f 6st jhklessonjthjHridustiy is a blessinj-, and indolence a the cjty of Bag- playing and he sure to win.v never makes any gopd jt. ______-____________'- t -V -D_- use of eveii if he should wini He ;only gambles the more; and.h( was gciing to ivithdravi', .my Calling' him back, said with a "Well, "my have it lord" Mexico, not in >ower to tne curacy; ding to Pliny, fire for a long .tinte was7 Washingtoifon 'Fuesday last f the -pity of me'dratelv nfter the tho HudsonJo _ kd a little boy, %vho was'poor, and earn his daily bread by reiar- ing flowers in a small garden.. As_ the beggary_and He- is often tempted-torconimit-erimes far which his life to his Country extrefhely 16 w, lie "T8 obtain rriiseruble exkltiiice." If a ganxblcr losses; he. injures himself; i'fhe..w'insiri-Pi' but it" you-.will accept" ol the" is at your service The ctirate, almost swprised-to-4eat] of_4jiatitude, 'returned hia lordship unknown to aoinc of ducuiiit Egyp- tians and when Euxodusi the celebra.; astronomer, showed it t.o them, they were absoluteiyuaraptures. _ v...., .__ of tlie Government of that. pbject of Js understood tovbeito t-is generallv" belieVed' :orf that The'Persians. Phognicians, sthose goodness had in n. momopt several other'nations, acknowledge, their ettled' clairps-'nf citizeria for indemnities. This news, of a Civil Govemment. will W trypin'iicrii or a him--utvd his..family frotu .u-. ueeessitous te vlth. anyTiortopt mpncy gai Chinese JBut this was not hiy greatest pleasure ofHheir-pTogcnitor planted them, he watered them, pruned T IL 'n------1 les: .orgaits wjn'.ch are ,ejsentiaUoar-itality, and Somo thirty. trnsidt'3, of nations, who, at the time tln the bride was more- in among the n wiuttv _theywere-the source of his liveliHood. They gave him shelter and tai- [lian ot- the learned ito Facts- of the saiae kind .axe. tlence of the disposition of Mexico to inaiiUaiir.frinidly I't-latiuns with tlie goufat makc.bm a loved them as; if Jhem mere to be" falling into awd r have "no fear of; g out chedilie Ladding I g d folding flowers with delight jt can _.., and hk. congregation of the -Western towns of thia-countryiwere much excited on-atx count of indulg-mp; in such the rlpncnns nf thfr iUWalteMM "The whjch were-discovered in idea of Ncvc'r' greater thaa on the Intelligencef. says that the tiohjfrorn thefGfeneral before" sales of-Ifinds to hfive. amounted'ito terpsng> arixokTIndlah emtnSncc'tiy ancr the adventurersj, wittQIus ri iBut at length discontent up m his mind, the evening of .a riot day he-sat down in his garden, tiv.es are constantly operative in enhan- Hwish cing of deathr- which, without these motives, in a reasoning- being, woulcTprpbabSy become dull and oflTfe B church; finally wait ffith him some kind of animal thatfixed itself to, to. of is conmiclTin the particular referred accordingly called at the house and fud up_bn wood. The inhabitants pi the Philippine and Islands wore formerly equally" ignorant. ,A the preceding year by "Ofithe sales not more than acres, sold above the minimum price, the thinks.To the or wiiere with a A gtsiulmnaii ftilldW pass'engeMSont- of the annoyance. "Dear sir, I wonder that you complain' of :j every body admwsJt, "it isa! K flowers would plant, and prune, and watej "tfeemselves, I am tired'of this incessant foil. Would that so me good genius wou Id _ _' JH i of pain or disgust; but imagination -is creative with-respect jo both these pas- i sions, which, if they exist in animals, ex- :OT by gentleman, who lisnf-n- ed very why; he should desist, bubhc told ttujm it-vvas a so that I Pain seems intended" to prevent t Scarcely had he uttered this solution oforgnns, find cannot foll'ow'their .-abeauttful bein in briht' colors, stood I several instances rarely omiUed; and ono w as perfectly innocent, both in mance-aiul its teridrncv. this deplorable state. In_Cm6mhali, a dry goods clerk pro- poscd marriage to a ga.yvy.Qung widowa --------j enable the actua settlers to id wliui d "I- weary of my sajd the boy. "I- live by cultivating flowers. I obliged to toil day by unceas- industn'- arid I am ortly -able t3 J 'ill L' '_.! II1 'I U''xt in which the 'processs .uf dep am i obsjerved, even to its tenmnaruj tammy_daily bread. If I mistake not, "hr were' W'oiTtd adhere give-me flowers if save. m, Irj tV> losophers and the instances are worth Dr. Cullen, whea dying, is said to have faintl lo errnrof his intjmntr- "I wish I bnd t'ho pmvnr r.f ing, attempted the force of riclicule. The parson bprc it all very tdj.riniit makirrg muchTeply, JU'ail- to'..put in reply to Mr: she laughed at him. A week after, he cho'icemjands at ;the-minimum price. "During pcrbd more than ten thousand had th6 'good fortune" to _ _ piece under her The srnrnliil vfitli. and all that been signed. >x qt dog, replied he', 4tbut would give us his Peruvian bark? noose' rather trian be -a tKiefv The storj' isu led bufthe hero has rno quality of a generosi- ast of.-Africa, buy their slaves of the negro princes -on the are -mostly .prisoners? nf war, whov were for- merly slain after being are reserved to be Fold to the slave deal- oearq that of John Emperor the Fiftt. tall it is' said "that his; beard" wais of such a length that he-could tread it...; He wasjrery yain writrng'or'.sp'ealcingllor (Tien I cmflc cribeLto, efs.' the native princes, for tte and usually-fastened -itr wlili a ribp'on to me se- was c.habit, of entrapping and scizmg- his-buttonj 'Here -.said the a beautiful fan of this: wave it over the earth in your flower-pots, and the brightest blossoms which obliged him to live very low, while meal that occurs, I shall send for rny dca- might-have boughT meeting wan negroes ol all other tribes, to swell the num'borof The price paid untie it by commanduof .the i who took great delight in blow it in the face of his courtiers. of Cashmere will spring up at yonr Tnilk, fell asleep and died in so tranquil a manner, tH.1t he did. nrit even spill the contents of the spoon which he _heH in r I 1 1 _ T 1 '1 t. 11 nothing more ever heard against old take a hushand-iviuch she had once je- Parson W.'s saluting the JJnven Palladium. and whom even with her la'rnish- i ed honor, she 'iriu.st despise as sordid, u'lilk'SEvanil is'usually about five dollars, in blue-cloth or trinkets, nnd. llie nvernge price at AV is ahniUJg Lockman, the Ethiopian, was oncp whom he 'had received his first l( parted. "The boy received the charmed fan with great delight, and wared it over one of his flower-pots. A bndiininedi- atelyshotup through the soil, prudually irir rniT TV unfolded-itself, and in a few minutes a beautiful moss-rose, blooming and fra- grant, stood before him I need not describe the transports of the little gard- He found his charmed fan to be iust the thing he desired. Ho had no la- bor to-pcrform a few swer-ps of his fan Brought him all tinwers he Alagde.n, while at a social meal with "his friends, Mom- and Mad. Betholler nnd paper received by therecentarrival, says GayLussac, died in his chair so tnft "nmnrried gentlemen of INor- that not adrop of coffee in the cup which have resclved to form thrm- he held in his hand was plify' Dfit'u, j maten the "Hhirt ana 1 ie t lub, thf nni irr ui-r.-j rejrardTevsof hiirnan lives one slave j.shield her-from punishment, hut for the JH to Cuba or Bra- jgrnt.fieauon of avarice or worse passings, an and Such a marriage, can yield the parties no j siavps lakcn.fram the west coast of principal object of which is to insure suit- aKle To effect'this., each member is hound under, the penalty of .LoO, not to marry any who cannot, two witnesses.s, be pro ted to be rn rnrmrr-Trnd shrrt, nmk'- ;t pie rrtid (tnTn a pair of Mockniirs and must within yix tnorrljis afti-r Ins rriftt- muK-r a simil.ir penahv. be able to eMahii-li il.at ladv bas at b-a-' f a n> pj.--.. id'-a it :s said ha.s been ttom a Tfiili ?tT wlii-rr VclieriVf III-UUV-. tjjii I'ldirs. seeintr wha; in m.iderii Itinrr rsrc usiiallv iniina'i'd at a t.'.i-.r n 'o v. ha' joy, "but gives the malicious scope i Africa, by the I'raxilian and Spanish fnM until have first felt the ground be-' fore them." Jl Retreat for the Consumptive. The St. Augustine (Florida) News statea ttrn-ndiruleof dunH-stic saiih.o .choomTS, noUvhhstundirig the fthat strangers from the North are flocking only bliss that hassurvn-ed th- tall. of now {Q T- i c- j' w' tTiv- rcfichfM loO.fKWn winter rlimitrt J (til ltd1 CM f) i iruc r cniiiiuu. 'months since a smali coi.-ipanv of >ew, n- 1 hin-d r, who had suf- (Innd Buffalo Gazette i tcred ani-m'a'iun ol bct'i llu-h.', and has been dacruer-; n family in that citff 1 iLi-LU- lilii tJ U.tiikiWii Ui 'bi'n ID -itthe corr  :in ll'llr- rni lv become heir to an estate of in i-rnlvnVV-r hi, an-clear to ,h- na-; 1 J i ri i t v. an'! the aid ol a twelve pov.vr j i "ti'-roM-uj the letter pre-s inav be read An avalanche of jsnow lately fell from i v, ea-e. the roof of a house upon six children who lithi lilu a.juLii............... _......, ..t.....__ ..____.. f. T.. AI. j.. were al play at t i2ac.fi r.j I fiuuuJu rftneWc in Canada. Five of them, 'ri'. r -iii'n- '-r, i.- (m.-nt i" a. cnpcd with their lives, but-the sixth waa tnWns pajici. time On the llie Mjip-'- r .rti'-r. n.i'unt ,.i ll.c i-'.cA.itinc thcr-" j i t vut i that a rrcgro 1 i'ii. f i' til n Vrt rifift vary. recent foreign pfflper' gives an account of a the j Treaty of Verun. The ctdt'bration i jilace at BninderJitirir, in ftermnnv. and I-WHS HV by the 1 Philhaniiiinie siicp'ti'-s the province.' thurefore, spent his time in luxuri-t Th.-'S'e. tniited in a torch rroces-yimi. nnd OUS indolence. went on very well for a fort- night, lint now a ditlerent kind of riness begaiv to creep over him. I Its too. failed .hv and he i in costume, flrrfii strong, re- i paired to the Mari''iibu'rrf: arrivcrl at summit oftln; hill.this monster choir be- no longer onjnyed his meals. Ms interest, likewise, in He saw no beauty in th'-ir Woom very odour became sickening. boy was unhappy, rnvt to 'murmur. wish." Mud he their Tfv r.f the HunNinan. with an accon-ipaniifK-nt o 1 f, n 11 v h H i f r history lurnish anoibcr such fjccnrr I JnK It genius wotihl come tnat -il I the i without knowing "this foolislv fan." In a Bt-iftg was siandinc; a( his side. said the hoy, forth to either a Sii-lha' 4on V bajok the charm-, for the most part .neither workuor gave me Fortrive ine, sweet hut in enouvli out I was mistaken. The wearineo o! k-- to Mieir th" indolence, is far worse than the tli.-mt-i A I a i bra'eii whn in'i'nred on liit-y iivcd. i nil and r lletiiij. "I l.taV i'1- ,.r of Fire Coin- named Oeorge, a runaway slave, has I CocKl-ir.ur been convicted .of murder m the iirst de- -Ir, v-, vUr-o -ni, thf 17th the krllinff of. Afc. Franc u... _ of lhr a (.itizrn of st. Mary's comity, by shoot- nn .muMial number of death warrants !Q v.'... -'f'l durini: hi ft term: bvin-v-e tma I I ..11... fHl-, t 11 'V biro. IHUSIl i duri uil! ni-five tlv nfth or   

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