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   Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - April 21, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 SK#S¡»'^’>í3S  THE rLOKÜiS COLLECTION  tkat answersth a matteirbefor« h« heöi¥«th it, iV    and fcUaaae ùnto Wm  Ll:-  tdl« II.  çHARi.or'>rK««vii4i>Kv,^vfeikk^AnLG covinarií. ,viR«<(:vi4,;  /;■  %m  *  ri  Mfi Bï ji«s W. GOSS.  YXftMSi—i. T*»e CiiRiwrtXH    ¿  Betìii'Monllity, at, TWO O h L A Ur^ peíaniiuiaiíiftifcHí«*«    The volume »ììl  ;»ompfiw twefiHû« ouniber*.  iv *n EtdôHitéii/ii ErSftgetsta îitW iJw B.IH4r te<f*ort* cA%«^    fn?l  -W<»rl;, I» fiifw:«r4 th« na««» trt sabscttbe«, ftna ¡1, m fsoÄt»mii«ition» m^rt be íou-jj«!«!, to rc-  ♦^íNo( p»|í«f il»ß«F»Un«ed. except at *_e òpUon of ihè IWIMW, m Í.U «rrçarage* are paid up.  OÍ tmbactitww, »nd remit ¿«es, l^e of  •^acauîthe âtlentioft of „lííií. «tt pe«o«. Ä  lite agents, socnewliàì «if ilic coòrrosy - io whicli they c0<rsM«n!d ihwuisplves i!iititlf*<l, niul, «if cnuif.-*«.. 'COTOplaivt «iis niadc lo tiic !>eror, MatìtiiìuìSwjiicli  >.. ,    ffvjûi t)iq eh. VVtìtchinttn.  jPhfit Crpjço»^'« ttìfiiÌ4mmiiott ojf ik* iU/e  . ñ/ Univerif^ l^^<^'> ,  Bn ihfi y<**t.lìWì, ncc«rdi»^ t» ^l>o teiSii-«)»* CardMi»! UaffitiiM^ tho «roai an-mjU, »u«l «tW HMWlsh aw’lv«rs<i Po|ie fÌM^it'acK tu,    aiùì »'UtiimeU ftotn ilio  tjféñt PU'ìcW5. tlio tìi!e nfiìttvvqrsni BitiUnj», •Ktid' ih«s* accíiíílHig l<» «H« 0|HMÌì>#> of «w***  «r'itl'HtÂot wvriier»», watí Aitti'ÇM«* fwííy ▼ealod A. D/<îÔH. JSw îr«» «  . Cict thîit, one of iho ino8tcelét»r% <J «f tlic Hwboi»9 of;R«w«. Gtcgwy ihß ?Xii:eai, »»r îlitUit G«g«rj, Hs te r5 ÇalM% Itpwav»>'ts, prrjtiiomicôi tîte Msùmpiìw^f «Ki* îôJiiy ^1«, inily « f«'v y«ara bèfoie il v«8 aciw»lLv «wmiioil l>> P«p« U.wiface«» Iwr ihoNdgo /^tiul    A.«ti«C!hris-t, lu the presfiM  «umbfiT wo «ÎliiJI ti#wcri|)o R ÍC V extraoii»  frwn SuiiH Ùt9^nix\\'e\Wc« o-fíiiiAi! ilii» ti-  tl'S «tld ill «ur next itesciibe iN nfia^^  «f Plio«*,'»#«, th<r ;mnn tn wHom tlni nroud pwiiiflV» iif Itoftte ar«i iiuU'blcd Jor ihô li lu . Which \ktsy ciïntjnne to wcor,    |h«  wj»r««»î»cy which they eontinue U) daim* fi» cottwqimnctt of J*>Iui Bi«h«p of Cnn-"    ii«vi»a[ lÈinpioyeil this*, litte, G* e*  ■    ntwUaaso«1l<ir  mt CtiHHUimittOiiir*, trt ihii patriach J«hj>, #u»l Ho th« fîti»p»'r>tr MnunUtis in which in ,*    urArtotitk pnáSJigw» he    ihe titfo «f  "*^iiivBWHl.ht«h«v]>‘»ii vain exec-raUl« a# ‘vain,’  ’W*.*  .vS/  ?»  Ì  . H ' /?  . .«Ffftr »nwi;.#  ^kfitfm ^fí(iyUeñH^ttíttúl m énim Mei rtt, eo$ mnrt ßvfreii Mth,‘ vwr Lorá' «ay« a«i<i hi* tiietpiqs, * Ue oot y« 5^>}t{'«d rithf»íi thf ÒRO i« yntir Master, afiá nil lfolh<Ptu* ’Whai, ih<;rei»»í«. omsi _ , litói^ «tné jroti» in tlí» WrtiW« exami-thè CÄmioif Jtiífífc, to «ny wh<>,  ^i^n0h'-p'*Up‘ Í‘» ^aniiw/a -#d«ari appei¡$.9 h>5 «üUiStli mui fitUier only, but iht* «if <h« worW? ’  . ''- Whom priiy,! ido you proponía to iiiiìtuto ity thit» i»eft%we «nnii*, bui bif», whn dc«pii).  legiiitiii of andéis« his compiiliiouo, %lr«^<trAre<l t<» hr(*«fc (iirtb. nurt    t(i  Vft «•1&v:'ttVHi "pi!ODÌiar (o hjnivijir, ih»« Hk , i»yht WeiiHo htt i^u'.jact lo non«,, and i«» t»e ab(»ye *iU *>f tHeiii| Whp «U» »«liilr vl Hvill «»OQitd iiiiO; hoiU», l. wìil csnit my thmiie itboitj (he sfar« of hesvun ; I will be teil« the MoìC llìgltr "|íV uhat «re all • vout bfttt^’ f btóít1íKi*.of jli^P Hiiive‘rs;il-cl)urQh of Ííf‘nv<piii whoíío lives mikI ^M’flMlshin^irivQ l^bt ainoftg ifú; aiiis nrtd «r-nifíp, as lu the dnrkociui of ui^lii ? Á^ói^p wb^fllí    do»}rc to oti*-  bjf ily^f-hiiuj^hiy title, mid to |fea<T tl'Wii tl|c|r 'nawfo •*» cnir!pnrii<«ri of Voiim,' tjirjyii rf<|> yoÄ fay but f witL a«ccnd l^tp jjLjpííx^t?* I «yíl| oi»U ir.y throne abovq 'Jh^? fiarx rtf ijoii'vgix  ii> his Icllfors    Mauritup,  ««ma »oitiniciiK*. -i^í^ftfííMii .óf jtit iittpúrtaiic»*, the follow-firn,«» Icttfir» »re «uhjoiiied. ^*\Tlí|l/4í»Vf i»,od prjpcipalíty of the u íjotc ‘    t¡a^9 fifß^ory, “ y committed to  ‘ $1. |íí?lír<^ f»íd    notcnlled ‘uuiv(‘f-  ~h*>ly »»¡»o» Jotíii* iayMpjí,ow«|»riftM, f.1li,<irR »<1 bu cn!1e«l ‘ uiii-'    Ì’ f J»W compelled lo cry out  ■* ,Ö tJnV c«rfUfltÍ9n timcí ^iid mnnneríi?'  ^rbatrií|.ha are b- coiiip hird» of ; (^iities nre dßütroyed, ca;^tlei» nre pwi^^iooe« d«p<#|>i»l«tril, tbcré iho igfOHiid. ti*  : v»tó|^’hTÍ«<i« »1»; í ^ <o Jfe ‘ iveepiti^ 4h^ fí|V0niitrnt^ jiilsnitkcioth and «ahcn ^    víiiiity sijad ¿flvrj ju »o^v and  ’^4 r  mn^t rpfigtoa« Knr^retgn in thi« * VHidiCfito B  1Ò    atid not n^iiitniti!  O'ídi «tid of tjhwrcíi I wÍ|o preQtitnes to i}»i «9ÍV n^me «ffttijrist >oih ihe la^ ffpapel'«n«i «Mbc c^itóus? Wc pf’the ohurch .«»f b^en not only 4ipretrcs, Swl£;,J»í^Si ,i6o, ¡chjiefi.lerdera of them. H, otto of thnt church a.>siimt>H the Stuipi jibt    i>è ini>(c«s himself the h^ad  '«lf fv>a4 . m«» ; thi|> Catholic churcli, rwA^icb-' 6»|t (brbJd sUoi^id ei’er bo the; MtftMí» -iiei^d« be overihrown when  ««r.H9 <)a(fed CTM|veR»At.. But, far bo |J»W bIi4;iphcroo(is iiftm«, ,.ttrtv«h ¡»II ^onor i« >tak«n from «11 ^^thci* jurbilfS it Í» fjoo^ishly awoge^d  « Wg^t Íeíter» of CJrcgory appftur ,ar„ „ .    The pntnnirch^  »ann afusTWíjrd removed  mm froff) bi/f *rch*«|»i?9opnl digiiity ;  !wHö sùc^stìcid^ bim a» tiishop jH4ufited  w,%î» pk¿4i^|)^|8^ ...lífífirtg ïi^d tQ4^«pntcbfK)'nlH^«|[«fntsto Rofím, Mtai* »jhlob Rtt-fcrtrt« Ibrlbii Roman %|)g)>r|r4 h9 »9    dÎ8pr8)ai8«d|  fnp#ttiótoi».òf;‘iijii4 ♦e»taî bi-rii»p/ mul fb« itíiiéi WUlïhBla from  j  m in iï»ï«olf ôf^lrniçh^ \ ^piïstîr»»».? Whft t8 tio  htfä been showft ^tifiti* l'hi» «írcutíiatftncp ^jftorted « Idler froWiMhej Bmj<«ror at Gon-  iiiuitiiHiplo ' to thc! ;Bish«p of R«iii«n in wWch Itó acly^s him tu treat them, in fu-, ture, 4« ;» «i<^ iricndly «ijUincr;miú t»«>t to iii$«itit SI» %r nfl puiiciiüos uf aiyl»-, asi-io creat« a scandaJ iiho«t b »iile, mul falì ovil ¡(buuit n few syllnbles^;, T<» this Gregory f«* pito», * tha^ the ¡ii*i<*vrttí*in in the xtyle di«l not conyist much iu thc qiiaot^i j' njtd a'phn-bei ; l»ut the buiktiClho ini(|uity wns wfigh-ly «nough lo ®ioU und destroy all. And, thcicfiyri', I am biild tr^ say, sny« he, ■‘vhsit whi»er«r adofjtsi <ot iiiiect» th« tiilfi «>f ‘Ut»i> verini i}i«h<»p,' baa thf? prrdu nod clvarncltir ol {^ntt-CflH^T, ami is in s(-»mo mitrinrr hia f'irorunnor in this hiiughty ^qunlity «f cilfvn tiiijl himself jiUove the rt't iif his oi-ílfr.— Àiid, indeed, both iluv oin! and ‘Un! r Hflein to «iplit upon the «!»»>« rock , ;lMr «' pride make» niiti.!Chri»t| «triiin his prctf u-í<v»Hs^i|» lo tíodliciid, HO whoever is« iiml)i« liou« to be «nitesl vlw onfy or univerHid pu*-lote, iirioiint«» to himsidf a dimnijí«Í!«hcíl .-iwperiority, and risi?.-*, ua it were, upon thi runiH ol' tlip rest.’  I*H| ihc roiider píiuder \»?ell ihe ic»itonri> If'iN« «{<i> tnd in litis c[j»lln of Gre^jory, eon* ^l•^st•<lly one of the. niont nniOent i<f liii* Homan .i»it>bop8, and who hiiH, by them, been ciutoiii-in l usSnint Greftory ; in \Vhir.b he pinccsf the braod of nntirChrtsi on who* fvor iibsunws this tillé,and then judge who* iliir>r u e ,ire not jij»iifi«d io proiiouncinü »he era of the papiil'Hupremacy, when only two j'enT'«‘«ftor Gfótíorj;’«,dentil, Pope Ko-lurnce i «ought for mul obtniiied thfl till« of Univfraai Bt^hop, áa the date of the lull revelnHoti of’nnti'Lluist. Wo do but rej* p«ni ihii? opinion no cmpb itically espret^ed by {filini Grfiirory only a fe«» year» -b‘’foie tlio nouts) Hccurrencci of this feaiarknliJe c-» vent ili ihe: hi&iory of Pitpery, Botiilhce, who ¿uccefíded to t^o Itniii»« Spq iti was Ro far frutM huviinji o«»y Hcruples about «doptiog Ibis * bluajibemous; tille,* ibat he actniilly npplieU to thè KmpjpTor Phocfii*, a crat-l niHÍ blood-fhir8iy=    who bad  limilo hi^ way to the ihipiie by nttííaíiHtti^tiug  Ins p,reilj,'CHii(5i>r vníúi ejirnt**ily s,oliftiiqd  -lit?«, with the pritril^e of handing, ii doWii lo ili» !*«ccom»rs^c; ^TUe pridìigatu Emperor whf* had sf?cix!t grud;^et a^oim^t «fee bishop. »•I CoMKtsntinoploj^graiilfid ibo ,reqiM9«i of i^>lM^Hce; ilàd titter «trìciiy forbjcldltig the I'liruiir ^irejiue to use tiie'tifié, cottrorrcd'it; iipiiu ihe latter iuithe y«arfilí6, und dec^ red the church »»f Rooie to ho bond-'„-¿r iill other chufcht*»,.'    PauI'ì pre  diction tí_CComp|Í»hi?d,, * il*N, OF SIM' Ir-v.-nled, atid that' system of cr>rriipfcd ChrisiiiMiify nnd ppifitdal tyrniin^ which ia propcr.l y eal led P(>PEHY; fu Hy - deve I« tpod' and e^tabti^<bi^:d in the World. 'The-title of Universal-Bií-hop, vi‘hich then' obtain«' i‘d by Boniface, ìin» beeti woru by üH sOc« cpí-diog popc;*, and the cii»jm of finpremn*^ cy, wbifh'^wii« th(?ii esfábli^bed, haa evdf since bbt^^^mnintained niid defended by them, and'«iiU if, drtwn lo fhc W’pent day.  IOTA.  rrrrt-r  WHAT IS TO BEC0MÏ2 OF OUR COUNTRY ?  BV JVDOK HTORV. .  When we reflect on what has been, oiid whnl i-S how is if poH$)bIe not lo feel a pro« louoid «ètiie of tjie ^ responsibilitie» of this repiiidle to all ftiiore*ßgeti? What. vastrrifK tive» (»re«» npofi us for lofly ' eiroris~what brilliant priispòélH ÌftVittì óuir ctiithúHÍaíf<m~ vi hai solMqn wnrnìngS iti>Iìcb doinand oiir vìjìijance aiid modertiie ot    »  ; The old World iià# already rryenli^d (o us in its unseated boofesV? the heginnutij and-itie eiwl of all tnjirtehius iítru¿j^^^^ the c;iu>»e fif liberty, Greece ! lov'eÎÿ Greece ! the htrid of échi»laìPtt and the nurse of ^rms where sistef ropubVteH in fair procession,-: rhîMded the priHse of l|beriy~w'lu»re is she? F«»r two ihbiisaitd yehr^ the oppressor« have bpund li^r to ihe fitrth. ' Her arts .arc no more,; The l >«t m relics OÍ her temple are but the barracks of a nithli ss eoldiery,* fraymf*i)t3 f>f her coliimns and, her |)í)ín.cés ■are in thè duiftyet beaiitirul in ri^iV.J.' She fnl} not vvli<‘n tha miijhiy «ero upmi her. Her («Hl» were united at Thormopylio he and Miirnnthon^and ihe lidp of her trinmfdi rolled back,ijpon He!lesp«»fW. She'itdl by the hnmî oT her own jVeopl^, Thè man of Mqcedi^lln did noi llie wor^iorde«ïïiictïon> It was flhe/idy doue by her oft’trcorrupiioW«, baninbriiofit^ »nH dit=sen»i»in|i^    ’ ;  Rom»»7 repoblican Romo Î vv'hose eagles in the ri!»iníí soli ; where aiifi w hat is shn ? Tlie pteTiial city yet remains, proud evt>n in b» r de«rdniii>np. ooble in «ieclînc. yeijçrribl« iiçithé majp^fy of religion, and ,çàlm ax in jhe compo?«ore of.de ith. The malaria has not irpversed In; the paths won by the de* sUoyftr?i Mwrie Ihpn eighteen centuriea hayi moiirtied òvoi the loss of iiHe ompire. A moraf disenfi) wa» upon her béfore Cœsar ‘had crossed itó íinbicór»j' and.Briitus did not t-oninre her’bealtlf by the d»^ep probings ;of, tho Señalo ishaiiiber. The Gnths^ and Vandal», arid' Hups, the swnrmn of the north, compleied only what was bejjuiv^t home. Romanii betrayed Ro)no. Thé le-gjòóé were bought and sold, but ilie jicòple paid the .tribute imoiiey.    /  And where ííje the repubiifs of rnodern iimeá, that .clustered nrriuad modern Italy ? Venice atid Getioa exisíTüUV in fintne. TIhî Alps, indeed, ■ l^k^^wrt i upoin 'the ;bra:^ bim! peacefwl Swias in lh>? oölive fa|<lne!<sèi<; bi|t iljç guariujree of their freedom ia thejr iVerfkne«« ftiid ' not thoif sineitgihr The môujiitïitnfî are not easiif reí¿í|icd.| When the invader cí)m¿H he mot'cs like the avit-lau^o, carrying deetruction in liis jintfi.— Tlte:peaöantry Hink before him; 'The couVï-iry. too, Ì» too ipoar ■for p1uttde»li. and toi» f<iugh for valuable conquctfti Naidre prti-_î»eiii8 her eier^iiil barrier on evi'ty side to chock iho, .wa»jtoBno88 of àndrliiòii. And âwit«erbind remains, with hef Himplé insti tulloti«, a míUlary road to climates scarcely  worth a permnnent poHses^iou, nnd pro*-iccied by the jealousy of her neighbors.  Wc atniid the lau’si, nod if «•« faM, pro-, bnbiy the li»i*t ekrtihpl« of 8e!i*g<Vvertiiheot by ihc pt'optèr ^V'c have beyun it titider circumsi-nncos of i4it3 most auupicioua níi« lure. VVc nre iU the vigor of youths Oür •{rowil» has never t»evu checked by the op-prcfisi! H of (yrnnny. Out coTtstitMtions never li:ive bofO enfeebled bjp the yicès and lux«r»i*s of tho world.  Such as i»r«, wo been frow the bti^iiinin;^, mJitjde, hardy, imelligeiit, ec» ciistomed tei j^eìf-goveriunont,, »«d fre(l-re-»()ecl^ The Albiniic rofis bfiiwec« Ws and a ibroiidable fo«, Within our own terriio-ry, Hiretchiiig 0(r<mi»h many degreesiof lai-iiude, we have ihe <.h{»ic<‘ of muny product.'; and many tWéos of independence.' The irovernnient is ijiild; ■ The pre>s is frèo;-~ Reliiiibii ia íf«0, ' íf nowJedgé rpacbfifi or may roach every bomr, WÍwt fairer pros» pt'Ctu ófsflct:.«*}<a 'cooid bt: presented ? What  la nioit? noceiisary tlitm for it»e p<*<<pie .to preserve >vhut they ihtMiiotdves haye creiitödi  Already bilk the nga^cnught the spirit of our institutions. |t haä aticprtded in the Andci'» «nd «nuíTed the breeze of both r»> ci'aiiB. It ha» inru.ied iláieir ini« tUe-jifèv blood of Europe, jittd warti}ed| the eutmy plains of France, and thè low liúids of ff íd-(:and. It baa loucjitid rhe ^ihilo-íonliy of Gerinany itiid tira Norih, and wo.yiof onward lovviird the South, baa .opened to Greece the h’sfioiis of hi*r beiti'f day,"«.'  , Can it be thiit America under Rui’h cir-rumiilniice« can IxBiroy bersojff That tthe is Vi ba added to the cataloyue ¡of republics ihejitacripiion upoii wh,ose ruin is I' they wero, but they »re not r' - Forbid it my cOuhlrymen J Forbid it henvén!  I call iipon you, {Father», by the shades of your Rnco$tur&, by ih&denr aiihés which r^pofe in this precious swii, by i|ll. tbat youi hope to be, resist, every nttempt to f<?ner your con^ciencè, or ainoibcr your biiblic Hchiwls, nr/ejttinguish your sysieni <>f lie inätfuetioti. V  I call upoti you. Mothers, bjr itim ^híoí| never fail«, in ^opiep, the love i>f yóár,o^*' «pripg, to teich thein, os tIVey climE» your kneès* to jéam'ion your bosom, the blessings of liberty. Swear them al TlVc J»lt!ir>il« with their bÀptÌKmal vows, to b? lru¿ to'their country; «ltd n«ver fofKake hor^^ .  t^9Íl ttp^ii^od'y^^tíüriraert tivriMni/mbor whoso (ions you are, whose blo^d. in' your veins. l^iC« cap; iie.y% b¿ toó àh^rt , which bringà ìhoibin^ ¿iti ;dÍ8gráce «nd èp^ prèsalo»^ pèatlt càti- iièvèr cw^^ too soon if aecaiaaryt'm defetio« of our ’country.  THE DKSTRÜiCftÓN Öt' THE TEMPLE.  Tiujs was alruck wiih adiniration át the ^plendof td die templiî whifh itjiad cost him>0,dear to apijifofi'ch m»d eiiam^ine. , li was his earnest w(r>h to siivo il {r^«n the flrtmé» by Seiz^inir th« cloister and drivlfij! out the 3ewa. Thu» resolving, hó retired to rest in the Anionia, intending On the morrt»,» in try if gene^a|'n,HRault. íiut trifling incident dej’catçd al|,his M;Í-«h> », 'Ìhc ^cMi'« had ventured íó r.ilJy lorth from tlleir bufiiirtg hold, iind’(h^ Rontan«, driving ihf*m i>nck, burst with them thmuiifeifho gates «od rcnched the pimple, A wAld atid ih'tpdile^ uiipHiiso seized them ; di^cipHti;o,wa8 «b.-<i-niî I'od n siildier, n»i>unt’ing ■ n tbt; Khoiiltlers of his convr.idcs tbr»‘W a blassing brand into the sacred building. As the dairies i»prung up. the Jews utioredí» Cry «I doiip^it ,a«d    and. mndjy rushed  upon the v'R;t»rds of ibrîir Romi^n buichcfs^ The raire and bate whit h had bi-^n jni;.ni!ii¡ m gnihrriiie to a h^nd, novy formed an aw* ;al iKSue Î the carnage ¡ at ihe Ïooï of thn blnziin;^ huihlifis wat’ horrible» In IhemidÄi of the tumult» Ti^is «'‘d hia^oificers twrsi iuio thé couM, Crying'to the soldiers’*© ex*-lniywi<»b the flhmysjwbut nil eiTorts were iti va i n<^ I h e rage ;»>f vfingf aite^, ¡ ii,n ite¡d, ¡ w it b »hr thirst,for pliit^!eF,,|idla»n.qd by ibe sighi of the ppíé.|id¡d interior of tho: lemplev gliti tering iu ihe fed hghtV>fihe fltimei* î he enp teréil the building, and renewed hia eiideiivf ors to Biive blit vyas ¿ompelled to retire by the pr.ogri^sH i>f tbe çoiiflagratiofl,; I  Tim flames had imw >>vpp< ; the whole building, and êoaç îiv a fèarluTi:o1iimn |nlb  ifie"' ■ ' ' -.......  the  piub-  WOMAN AWD CHRI9TI,VNtTYÍ í ' \yhat^woiiiknn is, at iho pfe?ei|t dfy, as ihp fr'teml nii^ ec|Harof'íñí(jfr“she^w«»4eííliy^^ Hi tJhri>»tiabii,y nnd the doctrihe of iinmor> ta lily: which nccompanips it 'No form of Paganism bn» ever yet bad the paive», «o ffl»;    lJ|e (noriil aij^  ttiiiem^ nt< to coiiVpnl rimu to en|ançjlpa{Q woriiim ironi that bomíago iti which Itfs bu-' perior sirentrth enabjlps hxñr lo hold heiÇ''  ' li was the now sr>ntimë]|ji of renpecteYor woman, iiitrrulucnd by^ Gbri^lisiiMy, wlaicjJ gave risç to chivalry, that sjjítjtidid 9nth^i.>i. asm of the human Üièfir’t, ,which pasoirg from o;p» éxirëritb irt Th^^W^^ elevated w«matl|5fVcMn. a; alaveHtona deity. It niny f eflmiHiitcc«ttni«bler to tihp st^jdeiit ßi; |ii8,t(n. ry, ho^y so grçti t.^ cbp uge coiil^ have bee n éfîeciéd in tho.ö«»iinieiits^d^^^    Ai  ßiW' figes before, ' we ‘ sèo wbmirtti sHolinlèü, oppwsspdv hef will and înclination» ßrxt gul jiiçtf^d j?M«trpi «Che;;,lurent»,;aod afiCi^wurtlf to |.liai of her husbpi,^^^^^ hçr I«>i clioséir’for hor W^ii bout ' ïiiV l    tiîj  Imr happiness. \0n a sudden we sèa»%er f« ¡sedj |o an hfojlr ; v Thf> isplendid pagè^nt of ihH-touftrnii^ent -jîàsaes before US4 Âirthç^  tliodwiii oriv«ufth^“df ütd>ili(y'(if vafö i« assembled ; chàriòtó' are gliitèriiig, horseti aw ptaiiciug, y/'utig land hot blciod Hsmoun^ TP'Ii fli;niçd tp thf; ti4,ejtb for mctvmbnl. Abd all ibr wh^t ? Foi^.whfim ds «li this pomp, ìbis military àrriiÿj ‘ this 'fìerce aiid (ilbridy ènci\un ter ? Direct y our. eye to y«ui-der pnvtHion decked »itli more ihau oricti. tal niBg,nif»eence,n v :    : ’  ‘^l^S’hÄe die gorgoftMS East witJt richest band.v Showci-s Ö0 her kings barbaric, {ñíúrJ and gold.”  ; There »its woman i*nlhroiied as a qpeen, and all this niagniflcence ié but ari expre«-mIoo of ib’e new born reveren* e which bad tjprong up for her 1(1 the hujnnn heart.  to l||is, ih« cptidiij 'fl f^f W^man h.iis %iitt cotisiani ly |nj proving in ilip whohvaciíideniiíl world, ¡The Jaws of mnrriffgc and itiheritanc« huve more and m^ore been cftiifomiod to ihe doçirines and spirit oÇ thè Wew Tp-it^ineut ; f ifi under Ui|('if inâyefîço woman has been g^nd'ially rtHing to; tbai condition fi>e which iiibe wan  originally d«8Ígnedi Olid in which hh« Was placed when it was said that God created man. 0 mslo ¿and a fetn«^?e, to the U»i* led St,atesr tbß»c principles stre m«>s,t billy carried out. The w’aiprs of the Allaniic seein to have woxhod out the last traces of that orierllnl projcdice which «leaved so long lo- the race, itiid which cotidcmiis w^Hoan to-a siicial iu/cvriority to man.  JThe result ia, that whileiini epiiin, Fru*icc and Italy, and sometimes in Ëtiglbhd, the vvonien are t«cen lo labor in the same ii<'lds, arid iipoti: the «ame public works with meu, a,ud iib cotisequpiice beccitne coiTrsjD in ilioir pei-spns, and stiU coarser in their spniimepts and maiijicrs, noih(n'g of the kiiid is see^ here. ‘ , V    '  1 repm it then, every Amerscan women has rcasrifi to thank God pvcry¿dRy oi her life, _ibat^»hö vv^ bo>rn |fi this bappy court-try.'“--She jíánnot read of Siuy ponion o.r pi-ridd iil^the world, wiihout becoihmg more atid more cotivinccd, that Amiirici^ is the Piiradiso of womcta. ■ -  Thiî nitmber of Jevya in the ü. States is supposed to be about sixty thousand ofuji. wiirds, and is con^talilJy increasing by'for* eign emigration. There aro sbtoh synaV  ^guds in the city of New York.  ■i , # • •■  CieiVt Wid loMhó    of ' th«i èot/l  by JfesuÉi C’hfiHil if ihéso ihitigs be sCi ìitid whli^ chn doubii theiLthb- móiher, Who foa.. lers tbo;|iPsit ,geinm  lìrst budding» of;passio,ii iijsd ìiiiene^ lina ihe bcìit opportuidiy »>f wi^niog: ijio* inÌVui nian to thè WnyV of eVeyy gónd aiid hbly principio. Sbe ifi^st liteaches lettersjv mo-rajity and religion-tóIti^tiiindy end  gf*?W®ÌTa"Ci|itif *1 «Urti iid^!)uiag'OS,^<c*>l in ihe.orcier pf tinve and xif im|)prA*''*^5!^. f>tìigiiiioii» ió, ber posMìrny toro projWH'^on* »bly gfeatei* ihàn thoìié'of niiy otÌ«5r"|mr-!<0m. ; ri;..    . ■  ! . J^nph has trcfifii WritllRn: <>f lat« oii fi>i)riale »'leviuion, bui. if wp tniatiik^ noi, henv ii«'«»; thìB    "of Vhe' tiid'tlftei^s power» The  dewinìos fd" thè ‘«,4.rtd iaws» Woìièj cèrti itd'y il» thè hsnds of iheimothet jibnit fhe fate, pf il^ npiioii is fct t^i;! biddjngi Qf any f^arty, irtnen wfiuid {dovute thè sexV let ihefu iii-ti|>ife ihe mVithers 0    with 6 eòrn-  niendablQ tiesire tdltìtprdvtó' thcf cotid'iiMjn ot ciuf rare by carly givimi Ihn; righi itóriiC'' »i,on lo ibfi reireón ‘and aOVctions of iho.*<H wbom God ha» cùmmilied lo tbi-ir fhpeciaÌ guardindiihipl ‘    . ' *  Bui it i» t%B pìiWcf of tho‘motherit»'i>rjng MuliS ilo Chfi’^U pf which we.iaiciid M* spi'uk. ■ \y b'^m . does ,,ibf! ^da}»gl|iiir; nmst leiidly love ^ \Vbai cfiórtls so sirongty.binii b^i'as thè ufl^éction with    htìe're^nrds  ibis paietiì ? Wdiwe word is so rbWreifV  ti Ï  ! sky, '* It.waH an appaling spectacle tò f Roman. • Wbat was it i«”tfío-Jew î!" Thö whole sunmiit of-thei hilt whicíixiíoi-mopdfld <he cKvl>|o*?d likeà vplcaito. .One after flipibçr the building» fell in with «} treme)i<lQUfi cVasli and were, swallpwed itp in the fiery.'abyss. The roofs of cedar we^é like sheets of f)ame ; - the gildrfd pinnjsclt'jsi »hohe ' like spikes of red light ; tbe gate: towew; ,sei)i up, t»|l cohtn)bs..;Ofiftain »pd  snioki«. The neighboring hills \yere lights  eil lip, and groiips of peöpj^ were wati^ittg w;ih hiieHble ahxietyi ibé progress; ófthéi destruction* VTUie walla &a^ iheighlS;pfiho>tii\per ciiywe^cr^ faces] ;8bmo pHle ,vyitii agonyr.an^ ofliew scowling >viilv uuávaiíiír¿^  The shouts' of.thW Rfdn'an soldiei^)' àÿ’tfiéy' rail to and'Ih»,' and the» h^^wling? of ;rh«'ini. s«iri)r»<n<s who wer« porithitig in th«‘i}ames, mingled with ihfi ctninagra^iíon ..i|ud, the thnnderiuif sound of falling timber, .Tlie pchoes of the mountains reidied;^ &, bi-oiight back the shriek-i.’of ' the pedple óñ the hel¿bta. AU «long'^h¿ waJIs* i*eiwfli»dcd Hcroains ütid wsilíijgs—.rnon,* wKo were pñittg ^yttli’ ftuMUQ, rtiHied thßir r^mami^jjf;  lèiigUï^o utior a cry fff    a^d  ' ••  S^MáswÁ    áe  It appear#'t*^niti sevenil of t^ía Mága^itied» (iiu^Whiah j^ijnrq^nbl)» i» ipa4u to,ih^';researchr^of,Prof, Mnrnií^  that a    í*«« .been Jntçly  Londoti, *somow hat'’srrnil.ir to'/the'-^îl^.ÿ«» cenily ciiinati  reported ip have been <tind^'lti|^P ,'^f«»r rigluing eilipB, ltou«#jtj&c^l|t a moder^ii^ e*ptmsi^ ,by uiciiy, The nre..>p»t ai»«  .....  pre..>p»t pgtt ts jiqde^iílfftkiiig iuiprif('<*ti||nts, and pdvanoinff' in p]racifcaí “"lit lightífíng- speed, Antf it li  -cieiice Wiin iignimng spnea,-' AiW ‘4t i» b'y‘rio irrehn»; im|iöji»ible that (hnae^nppni'ent disedvöries'.linatured tüy fuEilier oxperiment, mnji l.ead liQ linp^t impprt^    Under  i^0,i;d«ß(p>lon t?f scIcnce, inft» mny thu»,. wiih bis 9int|de iiistrumotils, Ijiy tiold' df the fx-haustIcss' stdt'es of dlecti*iciiy' jvervading the atmosphere aiid oarth, and reuder tlijiim.uut piily    böt für the^(^ «iii|d othfir pyr-  poses,; IdJbidi^cpv^rflii.^pbviops^ jind fniineniiy bonefieial,; T^^    syrely, t*s  iidi more ^^\l^Yvagnni dr',woiVdorfnl, • ihan that, iriore tb|n half a ceotitry tigo, a throad, in the liattil of Friitikiii’ii v Nhodid haveibeen iised t« d,“*»'’'d lii« M'^IJ^i^rbolt, or ihati that tbe siime ijlemoitt c«n now, by meaus ttf Wor'‘ß's Telegraph, be ent|doycd td carry Intelligence Ihroügbout d .nadon' in iho t^jitklittig of »ft eyp.  Wlwrc Ihe press and all the n.veijues of thougbi are free,; and j»oniiis is euco^ir-aged, and especiaily where the ligHtof In-»piraliod|i8 cipen lo all. We are^lo expecl deiv discdveries, and rdnstanily bicreasing facilities for improvomoni,^|>oih in thc moral and physicalworld» . As yei, to adopi tlif! Kenrtdiet't pf Ihe acltnow’lefiged prince of humiiti Bcieticc, we bnye onl^i gathered « few peVdilt's. Iiero and ilieio, along ihd fath-ttndess ocean of truih aniTfenowli^dge«- BlU,  whose au^hot-ity so c<irdialiy acknowledged? WJiatie H^Sanipl« b» so oarrowly watched ii,nd so BCct{ralely imitated ! tier v^ry tvish in antiçipiîtéÜ wheii prtfcticnbiu. Her pre-dileclinds bdcönie tho prèdiIfctiotis of ihc da«ghti*rl W b‘»i thc«, can so instruct as canitho'mojlhfir?  : But how^Ú'dl sho win l|er d^dJglfters and sdps top, to Chriìil Í Undoub(,ediy she.miisi ißrst be Woh heràeir. Sho muéi be a' Chris-iiau, c^cidein, consistent,'’ %0a^'ua, ^n^lti« gent, iWvó»t,Her^pirit will be catiìght as rendila «9^ her planners.. These li^aooers of the tKiul thoni must bè su h as wilinerv^ as a uaiisporl IU the aociety of ihd oèw J'cru* sulétn.. But, in the second place;Vfi'è liñusi' ’ihüke liie' oonversio^ of her 'chíMkéií ^ the isdbject' of b«i^ s|)ecinl atiei}tioii :;^-«>^di ot «oaversniîni»;/aitd.of »hooiy,\btSlir-r^f daijy {^antico ^ii4 <>f pfinataftt pr{ij»;er.:, jier love iof sd'cieiy atid ils hiiiiors, ftmtit nói V).\iin-‘«uish her regard'for;nhirdi»iih‘ctrd#Vi?'holK-nfisf, Atid th«i iÁlidr‘iiiíátt«o'«tr'«itcfmilkUte.'w>~. Herhiv9.trf 4i|ili%»tdotr. nu>vt with livida  s^lWitbeL . . ____ ,........... .......,  ór the Ñéw J¿rUK$tó?n', or^’^Pto %aií," thrtt hor dfttighiofe^iin^y fdliutte.iii.1(.&:>-i.' - V'^  She must, bu intelligent in the sacpd ^«•riplures, for her ovvn .snko' |(nd,,foF' Hake,of her children,-folrjWiÎôtn^ll:rîiit di«di ,Tb«Bibloi» the best of classics» There ‘is no learning-Nttcb a» .ii-ofibrds, Rçd\nü^ knowledge will so ndurn ih'<se  nátións^^P«e^^^ypgSÍ^^  niot(»ir9..ir vou:*wi(ilt your cbildriun iFjTWî' ;gVéárkíi|l ^h%'pWe hrhWafl‘and‘WoÍ%j*^ tim^ëNAl addttrattjnn.'^qiraUfy > tftach y«ut d»0ghtfr« W B-WíTi bqiit ibp ^ofH, iast;^^ti;^|,i.^|^h$|^; lay. . -  Nexí Ín impôrtâncâ to ff/é'róüiíia^ siícted Scriptureú, afe íhé wdll-ltut hort&tions audaífeieiiptiftl« 9l)|rmM?>^ of ‘ Onull^er«, Bútiihjsia nií^jihej^'fil^fé 1er sijggest Iban can ariy' wiirds ' insiw^ upou' paper.  ANTI.PAPALMOVEjwiE?flUI!^ GeHM'AN'V,    1.  - Wf* •^o’tn'e'limc'iigo }'u* 5* iii'ttfr;ot Catholic priest i^ Ger-; niuiny, who; d-qiKi,i((iccd in the em-^ pWiiiic and f.htqtkmi Innguag**, die hltalatry of the Cuihdifc'^'«rgy c\1tibltui'g id-lhti' cffoldldufe    tbe “ lrt»fy gflrmetrt irt'.  5»«r    (1>KK    Rock,) accusing,  of J’>i -<>f desecrstiug (..'hVistianijy by sufli tdes^viL-able inHmniibVy." Hij apyi'afcd ‘toUhe t»<raduiter«i«Hli-mindii; 5imoii^,i)t' hm xscj^ii'tiyhni't», boib'Cntlt^irc and, ' ProifiiiiVi.iit, iti'riisisi by aU,posi»ible weans, ihiQ/ti^teful muchinaliot^^ of the Jesuits.^ Yh'ici (ip]^l of/ionge, has {tfbdlii^d a mosP «stonlsliiug fei'liog iw Gertt'fthyi rrHro»lte tpiartt-'r«, addre'ssesand congraiidaliontt ppyjr m upoB him, ihankiiitf hitu/<><’;haying jtttirinicc ^1« lb.«, Ici-Tngs of fwudt«ds x>t lbou!<ands of enlightened    Sub**  snqtienily, RdtVge was «reomm^iifcofifi by' the PiSpd 'ot    bui 'ihiij old ijtcb h‘t* '  lost ita terror, and Hongn i» h^Hedi    .  t»nj Germnuyj, as a, ficpud. Retow^iiff, overwhelmud'with vnthiisiastc jirodfs'df lil»» prbbati'tittv ■    - j j r  T^e apposition to tiid jPope.H^    i  Jesuits, in Germany, gftin« !^Jw,•ngt^ t»y f^ve« ry new eflfoTi 1|i\>y, oia^c lo iheir de^tihy', ih.a land whi'Ve edircalTi.li'i» diffused', down Pd the'{oh cat of the ihfctibi* tams,    ’    ^  ^ 'A'hctti i)i YtQ\v a largo ^aHy amtitigst th^, (■«ihiilics ,pf. Gi^rtjQii^uy» wilh .Uo«Os{ au'ti Cstr$kif another Catholic ttlWgvVnAVi, i»iJ' letideri; wbo declAi^ tHcmsieiv«s ^rtia'iyohi -all itHcginfic« .to^ the Fope, ThiSy (heir fliitb as,C'^Holic«s^but t^ey, firilt be, Gtrptani C^iho^ti1s, jnAi^iS^nn.patliio*., iica.    . ..r  amidst abounding selfehups«, the >pirit of h«iii(f§t^,in.v^fU"alipii ajid rrun desire fi>r iho hdvnn«?iftihcnt of socifiiy is incrC;i«ing:|;‘and; we at^ dfevipii^y on the threshold df ticw; devel«>pmeBtskof the vviadpm V ai»d r^sour« c«!«, aud^ jiatf'fiial care df-Omnipoietice» JLi?i us opt, then, in lUo pride ,or eaitisfiic-tinn »jf present iiitainnients, furgf lpmi ignorance, our reliitions, dur dept'ddpiicd, jdir pur bpst tnean» of improvement; but ratbdr,-fik® Newton, thankfully adorn nnd reverently cdtifiult that Almighty Being. ^ |  tVhti40,H^ill supreme ibo.cliangitig winds porform Who wields iho lightniiij; afiiJ dirtjcl» ih© #iorm j Whdivthoiiiih lie rules all world», onU Ihrones of  ■ ."%bt,.,  Vet calls the huthble spirit hi» delight.  -[A*, r. Tif. ‘  From the Ch- ForntlyiVIagoMat*.  THE MOTHIlH.  The infant has to be won to every thing fhat IS inicllcciuniiy and morally oiova,I««!.  primitive want)* are hI| animal, and ihet instinct pf .niaternal alTcciion is at otico es.^ sefitiai and sufTieiRni for tbcir supply. But wUh the first buddiiig'>‘ of intelligehco, oth or meoHH miist bo^re'sorted *10 for t|ie truin* itig of ibiai »jiiritufd tiravvih. The ipird, mi'Bt bo disentiirnlli'd from lha animal and elevtilRd to a rauitiisl Irsédom. Tbt‘"Boii| muH be led out, as the Word oducaio ínp»B*í AH literary and inorai iiiSiruotlon is for this end and prop«rly rwgùîiilefî wovdi^ bp elfi?  faith froni duRdy siipeirsiitiowji h^ve.ful/o^f;d.trith,gt^ttJnii>^^t  fpr ,ltbi?rty, «çid tfia' ms»fcVi(í«í¿iiií H' einnnat^es lïu’it» t^ fûftii —a ltidíl that gUw birth itÿ èféu*tei spiïit, «ho«^. «inpnt^  whenever tnáy^fittior i&r t|»  jttí» ir  .íédiljA    fjÍ-íj '  t •A'ûerMÂ'^''  Wm:  »1 .........  |te<ÌybyMtr »ieifpfr-tö^iipied %  he escapju iti«' comfi)pn grave f Fnaei ilVè lréìflÌ«jie"ol'»ftaiii ItòmtHty ahontd i  NElV Î<AMÊ POR THE U. STATES.  'At a meeting df thè Hisiorical'SocfWdf Nuvv Vrtrk OH'Tuesday e^en'mg last, a^Bé*  poTi was. read'from thè. Cjdmniitiee v‘iiMùg*  It'd with the subject, npoif the expediouç^' qf yniting upon i) nej^V iinme'fpr the U,nilöd Stntos.' The R«*port concluded with seve-rnf'tfisMlutions, of which' we extract Ihç^^dft. lowing J    -‘ h  Firft. That it is expedient that \»ÍT(irÍ8 should now be ma^e to unit,e upon n ajpt^ cißc fitngvapiitcal nanif lor the Country ; and whi!e_ lliis Society dÌHClaitns any'jj^e^ tension to decido u|>oiji a tjuesiion «I isúch general intereisX, yet,' as títe dbjwcl is uf ComtJio.it coiici-rn, .and any succe^ luent ill Vog^rd to it jpii#t ijRgin'ntndiig illit. |K5op(i*, we venture, /or wapt rofdibers to uiidcrìakè it, to briiig the subjedt belore -them, in llm hope that tire requÌ8Ìt« «ctioti may bo no laitgcr delayed.  Second. That .the name.of v A||pgndi be recommendf’d as the best^ ‘fdtisiderti^ that it is ddriv<?d frmn jho grandest atid nwsi usfful naltirai foàiore comuiòd N^ihn whole country, an eternal tVpn of atretigth and  friiHfÿ, amiititim^ ft»tpignorknc«, «tew  ' I  ' We itsum tmm thdi^'vannafi^^Sfòptt&Ilieiffl ti»t the. Äiev- i/amsa Jiu^sotf,^ « promisittj^ ' glergyi^aii / of .tlsj^iii cburch.of <ihnt pint}?, snd.l cese of Móssachtiv^tist diròl the r}v«t^'«*f jiosinet Betitvwfit Mnrch. He to the l^mh ìchè^ htralib«-pargoli^ mitcli reawM«4 lirliflfi ltol»»a»»eii,ed wiiiiaw'ilduess<itf,defneiiDoriha| r«;^uiiea III a4it of insanity,' wbiriit^Jsbjiiri,fij|j ti|id[eir^ Whiijhlic termin»j'teij feis’èxìsl^iiCfpv says the Repablicniit^has clergymn n,, w. hose ^pulpH givoti high, ^vidpn«*» i»f ,in|e|loóii|t^ and whose blanitlh'omè«!? Of life him many frieiids iu the ditf*'/ "  An X)xcKt.i:.Ë\T Sentimi  all endeavor to bo p<Hr£>et| Ibttt»  ill hi«^<;8t »tute is  wilt>ndd ttiftrinities'etiiongh in eát  Wo  ______  to benr. Buf, thoa, tho hleacèd«i«3ïtt» off^tt»  to the great Lakes ; that it is    i»* that under ìls inftuonc«»: we »illbe  fiiWiOry ; anií lhaMn adopting it we should.) rdsfore Ip the land one of the prtiùdrdial lilies of the aborigine^ ' ^ ;  Third. That a Tetter be addressed by, ihe Society to other Hi»t'’ric*il Societies, slid to emineni ciliïons in different parta of the Country, asking theit* concurrence tfnd cooperai ion in bringing tho liamo biifoftd the people.    •    ;■  Fpurih. That the wont of a specific ijanto for our country being an ii|BontíáÍ defect in «•lement ;ry works of odd«îffibn,’:îtbe firoip^ sed to the aulliora of aohóal-bdolis and mops, lo de?i«naie this «poòtry berçffter tiK the ^‘B'f^public of AllçgçnitiV’^ ]; .  All ¡which is respecilnlly suhiniiled>  ÔÂi^ïD DÜlilÄ Fifet^ÖV ^ HENftt Rv 8Gft00îieî^APT,' ^î^|ARí.ES FENN^O HOFFMAN. AVie    Jtfopt'A älst,    -  , To disw^‘f    on a  ^rand »cate. Tbt>"d«?crlpiiott of an terror, the eaiabHi^im^^ii-of àr#ot,;iheidetermin^^ ilion of a iloubifni principle, may sprijnd Its lienefits over a largo poriioii of the huMi«.li-race ; and -be thd lin^ df l»'«?t'i*i?ig ••4 iliisery or    un-  boro ¿«neriitiòiisi'    ,  0100016.1, and be ahvtiys trying t«> impró*« ; until at la$it we shall have the viciary tìtró'.; bini wtio hath iov«d us. Is tuero not ev«-ry thing then, to liopc for truo religion?— Pyottalanir    C  I  OnioiN oV Tire Vor» “ TAKtFf.'*-»Thf«. pusaling «ifnine “-Tafiff is d«iy«»«l^;<toii>. iho town” Tiriff.i at ih«» mouUi <jf •<»!» §*, Gilw^altarn Mud ihe .tno#'. «»«ihorn Europe, tioi‘even e^feepttdy t»4ii| at tho foot ofth'e Moron, ' last strong’-.hold'AihicH lh<l^ with the Ghri«tjlnti8„ and » eg*. -leagues or the empire of JM,orait}?c^^, Wh«)l the Moors bad possession of lidth "of iho pillars of Hi‘rtedN»V iv'Sra«-heh» thsiC they levied oont^ibdtidn« fi>rve«^lt|    tho  AltttdUorrttUeaOr wbQi»«9 tlie ^n«rt|&;M!iP»f»>  ■- . ■' J ,    ‘ ^ Tf-i ^    " -*1 ^ t’  Uä oí Ffcb. Slmili.  . ì    o’ .    V  :il» Loudon, on the . «Vf  ÿle t«. nvsrh« u|,Voi ihe evenii'iKai ihi» conirtf;|r'lkV1o4  tho môrliing Chrnnich* rvmsHk» t»i»bti uiMm  lheTûU>aru«r«tid t!ie 'whtie*V '«lf* iW «tltip«, and im«i«i«ty    oftt  ttrfbl o?»d y^eï l«aj>t j^r«tc«diii|^ advotM«»,  ïîif.  ;a.  K'-  V*-|- ’ .J&w«,ifcy}(ááM**   

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