Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer, May 5, 1845

Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer

May 05, 1845

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Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - May 5, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia ¡¡gflÿriïen ^ H- ■“-'i t **He that ainsvv^^tli a matter bcfpre^ke h^areth it, it is folly and shame unto 1tímt''*-^Soíossos. TÒli. It.CKARI-OTTESVILLE, amelarle €©l?MT%, ViRfcl.VlA,    1«A% 0, 184^. EDÌTEO BÏ ;îM!ES;W. GO|S. TER'MS:—1. The    ls;«*«Ì!r.R U Semi-Monlfeljk at T W O f» OI. L A « S |»er iìnntim, pìnjraWe iti    The▼olumfc wiH «ewBpii« tir«otf*foüPl^unib«rf. *. All £)<)ar««n(l evangeliiWMiimithorìi»**! Agent«, »»d thé Edit>ir «qae*M other» m    if> Uie worit, I» r»rtf ard ttii«    oC >ubscrtber9, and monieiti ...    :ir' 1. All eamnmnicnUon* must be jterf-poîcî, Jto r«* ■■ .Mit* »Ufcnüofiii; i, W* ptper dUe«ntìnt«d. éscept It thè option of <h« Eiiiior, til) «UÀrrèaragii« aro paid up. | #1., F*it MMler» mre authurwcd to forWard Ihe ' fUii««« of tubscribeni, «nd remit dti«»» f^ee of 1|c3* AefemTiieME)«Ts. insertcd at thè ««ual- rat««, ìy« e«tt tbe «ttention of perwns haVlni: landn fnr ImIà« «wd p«r»tin»-wi»hìt»(t lo a4rerliM School* fmrtìitdtrig, tftthe fjieflitìes. wWohthi»|>apcr fur-•»'ìlA«ife<iliitwn »« Villini*, U geiier»!, Droin tb« mowntiìaatoi t«d« water. Iv I 6 E w 'CCï T^i o N 1/ r «Ì'AAKfEON HUMÉ'i» AttGUAlENT {»tMkitt, n» atith<»r^ great *fnuin*nce h. Ih« Ì«él»l    h n Praciical Tte«- tÌM on >he Law of^vidonce, uiuler ihc l»eftd *»r Puree of T«8t»m«»uy, vo!. 1, iiuye r— .471»    the foll«>WHiij: fìoió, iha» 'Wliìch ùoihuig etti! W morq cojiciU8Ì?'F(. ^ lu ob'crv!«^ upuii the «iMierHl jinncijiles «B which tha cr«du!itjrof humnii t<!8titito»y may not be irrekvai.t u> ndveit In th« surottitiry poaiiions oinljissub-«Hvaneedj^ Mr. Hume. H« is» iiit Eiivityt Xi tec. lU,î “ A*iniracte is ni «riólAtÍH» of the ittw» of iititure; «nd «s n ürm and uJÌtiUer^blRoiperitiiicc lia« «stnb-li#hed tliesa tawH, the pniof «¡{.liitsi 9 mira-«le, from\ihe 'yVry tiqiurtf <*f th»{ fact, is as jre n« aity nr^^u'ucnii'' IVom    can t)f» itii^^iited." As a itiaitvr «if hIx p)iitu»iijtb>cal coiisidorniioii, (¡»r hi thit    «f Ticw oi»ly can thi* subjpci bt- ««Ivarte.l }o |i]t'a work like Mr. lluiìté’»« te3xtiHÌU|P «pfifHrs to be nttogt'ther ui>teitii> ¡1*1«.    fir«>t place, tiio ri(ry batí» ol' •1Í1Í iut r»»iitie 18, that ftiiih in hum in testi-\ ^Qtty. it fùuuded Holely upon f mpci icuRe ; liiiS j«;t|y ,ti»4iiieaus the fací ; ihc rrodiliiU-t>'oiVte^!iiutof>y ireqiieitily di‘)i«iMÍa upnii <íi¿'e)[Rrcíse vi fen»un, ou tht* I'ffect ol'c«»-vtttcitii^ncb.r in Uiâûtnuiiy, wlncK, ¡if collii-«tiuu'be «Kciuiüedi ciinnut be ac6>>un'.«‘il for .<^01 upon the «uppueition th'tt the ttfttCUrring vvtinci-'ses 1» Irne : no, iliat lilt», individual cburuioJur for V«rHctiy is ffcijH«wtly but ol ►«■ctmil.try im-It«; oredibUity nl.-io prnaiiy du without doubt, upiiti coiifinnntiou b) /cuititicral cirouittstarti:«.-«. n»»d on aiia'.o|riP- »«ippU*;d hy the'aid of,re.-\Ai>ti, ns «¿lUas «< «t^ern expurieiicc. ' Biii et#o ^dmitiiug ex-iq bi| (he bssiír, even ihc «i»!« basi^ 'Of    iJiij- potiiion liuiW iijn»n Ji *jf>^Uy^Ttamabjt9 ;¡ i|ii4i^4a^i»UuctMus, f*»r, -it w<|uid/l^d 'tn error- Thr ’pojsittaii ih.1t h’uniou tentimouy, the; forf c ¥il‘ M*h«3}> roll* up' ttt experieiicu, ia iiinde-,    {>ruv9 ,a Tiul.*iti»ii of th«* laws of ^«ch »ire ej»t;«blish(!d by firm and «a tllcrnbljis vxpeÿtence. The rery esaencp %fi tlj|r,afgoiaeiii 1«, ihnt »ho for«:« of himiüo teaVini(r$y (iho «tticauly of sirhich io the ati-«traci i« adiUiKed) i^'deHtruyed byan oppo-«1« cOftHictiiigt and »iipPirior foro«*, der,i\ed %*li» (mm expcrietiçç. If this were iht? Arj^uraiout wouid IhMuvÍmñble ; but the «juei?-Í', whotiier-fiKfr^ prerioiia itiexperietic«' hW ia d(iH>cily opp i.-ed to .haman t«aftta ttiy,yeo that m<>rft iu«X{icri> ^dB«ai alruU^lyiprove.'i thai »he thinif is oof. pr^'XiiUft «xperieue« of ih« credibility «I hiiin«ft t«:>tid)t)ny pñives th.jt it in. Now, <1 «KiraoJe or a «tol.oiu» of th<< Ihu-.'i of nti' ‘Mre, ctlin m««ii nothilig m»f«‘ iban aii«:vfnt '«br etr« i4ie«or obitefvud j>elore; and on lh«‘ 'other h4n«ì» an'íwnt or effcci in iiaturu «c-•er obát-^ved tiolor« ' » a *íol» Ion of ihe I»w8;úf .{|t.iltura; ib«^» to take Mr. Hunrn’» «'«vM «rit>ii(tpiet ■*' it I» a Ritraete that a dead ttt«n siiould cume tn life, because that ha* never benii ^Licrved in a«y;a^i%f couiii ry;'’* '    in iht* aame acu»«*, the production uf a new luf'tai from Ipotash, by nieaui« of a IMtnmrfftPand newly di> »ifeht in na* *tir<*,,auil-tb« firol «bii»*rí(Bd dcsceut of‘nie-^ .««Ute «ioocs, were violatiotm of the lawV of tbatnre.;’'they were pveutt* which had never ;Íki«t}-4jí»S8fvM4lí, ;atid lo the pr«*ducti«vn of «ríiiótir^W k»a«n'inw.-tfd'tinture ate inaili’-qt»ate«r4ìBu< nono of these e?**nli« can with pfllN» iea»IVpfopriety/ bn'»aid to be a-íBinsi o r 'jâ^*iiUary to th«; iaW^'óf outu^ in any <>ihf*r I »etitMi that they have never boforo bepin ujb»«r«edl-i~ and that tbe Ib^a of nature, n» Iftir.*» t^tiy wera ’previously know'o, vrvre t«t th«ir production. The prn> |H»»itifin i»f Alr>. If tuner ouifht then,ii|o^^b^ •t.'itáii il»Q»T' Uuthiin t«R<tinaoii) i:i founded ttb «wpBrientve, attd w'ih«n»fdrp tnad»*qu<>t<K *0 ]i!ritive that of which there haa 1>eBti imi esperience« Now, whether it b® <|»Uii«.«fikl aelf«eviilent thnt the mere lüoa^uf «sperieiK^ef of a particular facr n<^-tpewMriijF dihttroyá all faith in the tesiimon^ .    wboMMft the fact to It« ime ; or 4RhM|Mi«i eo .ilici other hnnd, ihW he not to ■<i«mtoand thé principie «d belief with the •ttl)|eet matter' tò whicii it is to l>e applied ; Ji«t4 whetbor il be not pjamty xoiiir?>ry t<> veMu^cio iofttv the destruction of an açtire j^ftcipfertjrf belief IW»in the ttM*re ii«^aiioii <ef «X^ríence, wliîcti il yi«rf«cMy coni»istent wiih the jttst operati(i(t-iof thai principle : ’•whetíacr« iit shor^ tbts be not to aRi*unio Ikraarfly iwnt in^ro erperieace oh the 011« katid is necesn^iy aitperior to prmitive rx-oii.tbe otber; muüi be ii>ft tilSsve-Wy «*•«*>’• utideratttiidiltg 10 decide. Thi* Sinfflfiority o*' mere nwgatiro «videneo to «hat -wAicb Í* direct and positive, ir, it will Isaae«»» .-a conaidtfration daily acted upon iit IttdWial inV(^»tijj{atioti!(. Negativo ovi» dettce ir,' in ^fieabat^ict, infi^rior to poüitiv**, Ì»«ìOlyi»w ti» n*4j[atÌTi(i in liot direcily oppos» fd jj^Mittve teatìflal^n'y : both tnay b»? ;Jlii»t not the «onslderation aito op* erot» t^|i«re'there is «iene iiiexpe río tice on the hand, of ao ttvput in nniurp^, and l^o4iiiviR-t«iiitiniony of tbe fn-t on th« other? ]    M»«»    - Tjfttwtre,^ entab^i Í' IÌBh»*d bv firm »nd unalt«*raWe i-Npericnre? That th.” r»i may bi- and ¡ir« general nnd e'**n niiaiter-ible Ihms of providi'nc»* and «»lurp, ra ly re 'dily Iks a"dmitn'd ; but, t1i:it biiniaii kootvledii«* and experient^ of l >wn it* uiiallrr.ii.iii. («hub .ilone can Ik* the le*it of excJtifi •n) s tintrtie, i xctìi)! in a lery .limir-eil Hcnste ,; ihai is it may f erly be aasuiio il that a law yf nattiit* once know n to o{)»*rau* ill a Vm lar manner, uti^ss its oporation He iiiipe led or coiinlt'racliml by a new and contrary ¿aii>e. !n a 1 rger i*eiise th« laws of mitiiré are c -nliiuially alterable ; a.«i experi-iiients aremore freqii**nl, ino\^e j crfeci, and at“ new pheiioiiiena ariR »»blcrvi'il, ainl new cnii.'se.s or agents are di-cotcrird. hiinian ex-jiertfeiice of ijte I iw’js of nature become* more gftoeral and more prrl’ect. How a,M -h m re extetidéd and perfrct, f<>r in-Htiritce, are the la\v> which rf^îulatf chemi cal aftraciionrt and aiiinitif.s than they weri* twn.cfnturie» ago ? And it is prol*abiejh:it in (iiture ajea experienc«^ of the laws »»f nature wilt be more pèiclt'ct <h-n’ it is at jire-Keitt : it «8, in,.idiort^. impoK.-iUje H» defirif* to wh.iit e.vW’itt such kiiowiedge may ’be earned, or wheihc?r uliiniiileiyl tlie whole may not be: re.Holvablu into principle« admitting f Ho o her exjdiinatioii tiiaii th >t ihi'y r<-suit iitimedialely from th« will <if u HUiterifir lioiiig. .The«, at all even»», i-certain, thnt the luwîi of iiaiuco, as inferreil by tli'i utd of experience, hai’ii from tune t<* titoe, by 'th»; aid ol expéri» nce^ been rendered niore getierai an<l itiore perJecl. Ex-|ierienct', thtin,<%u far Itom puintmg out a-tiy unulturHhie lawti of iiuture to the e.xchi-sion u) event.« or phet;!omena wh^cb have nt-vor beline t)cen experienced, tftid’i which ciiiinot be accounted for by the laws already ül)^ervt■U,>bl»w^^ the very contrary, atirf {iruves that Hucli new events or phononietta m iy become the {uundnti*>n ofmore enlarged, more general, and iherelore inor«-(•er.ect laws. -But « hose experience is to t>e the teat? Thiit of thft «»I'jector : for the ve/y nuJure «if the ohj ctioU exciudo all »got from thè expert ace of the re«t of ni.ttikind. Tne crO iibil.ty, thtTti* of htiiiiaii t^îBtinn.ny depends not on atíy tnlrin^i«■. »ir collaù'rat voiisitieruiioiiii^, whjuh can give redu 1«) tcijitiuiony, but upoti the cnsuitlund reviou-i kiiott leag«' ol' tiie person t«Jcvvhoio tii,e t'eaiuniiity la ■ tiered ; i.n «'Jlier words, it p.aiiijtnai u inan’ts BUt''plici>m must bear rt otrect prMpuriton to hta igtioMtice. A-gam, if Hiit»«’i» iuler» MCtt b‘* ihe! çon^eq.iences to Woij;h it leadn cuiiliot be emiiit wu.-< ; on ifie Wher fiaiid, if is lo«<i t«i eirur, the in.cjreoCe iimst be f>tllacionti,; the po^l•lon IS, tliiit buuiau testnnoiiy ¡3 inad«]|i' 4uaie t» prutj; which iia> nov r Jiceìtt obî>erv« «l 1.4'fo’ e, and ttiis, by provitvgfar to«» niuuh fur illkólhor’» purJ>o^e, ìr- ft-lo <te se, .ind ill « tiect § proves nottiinji ; lor: if cousit <01 exp rei|ce ani'tunt to stronger cvi-.lence on theloiie sode thnii is ¡«uppi^ed by liusittve tepttn'iony <;ti tlie other, tlse iirgn-.iieni Bppliios’tjeiîésîa^Hi;) o «11 c«!'«rt whêro (ueiti uon!»tant tnexpe*ience on'ooe^b.uid is ópp0^ed to p solve teslVttiony mi thô other. Atiuordiii}£, liien, to thi!» «f^iiMnuntr e»ery’ philoKipher wiis bound to reji-ct tlie testi-iiiouy ot wiinetiiies thut tliey liiid seeir the uectcent of tlic meitioiic etoncs. tind eviMi acitid cootDiry to ^oun>t reason in attempt* ng I to account f..r a fuci uir-proved by,;tì*in-eiaiit inexperience, aiid would hav»* been eqtially iOMit»it tti giViUg cr» dtl to a chetni t ilial he had prodjiced a iiietal' from potash by Mieatis of a gaUaiuc battety. It not 1 apprehend, l>e^|foubÎed tl^ifl in the>e and hinuiar iii^taiicèk the effect of Mr; HuincV argutoeut would have fieén'to exctiiu» tes-nm:>ny wiiich was Irtie, and to induce fiibe conciuBions ; the principle, therefo e, on whicii It lii foiinUed AUlU^t of iicceosity be füllaciOiiâ. jSajr, lunher, it the le.'timotiy •tf othert« is t«i be ri jecied, ht»wevi*r uuhke» ly they weie either lu deceive or be deceived, on the mere gr. tiod «»f incxperieuce ot the fact iestilied, tiié t«iime argiunent tiii^hi be urge«l even to the vxtravag-nt length 01 excli.ding tile aiithiirity éi^ttjan's own s0iise!> ior it inigiu bo said th .l it la more probable ihat he ^h■ uiil have labur. d nndi-r Koine mentai'de.usion, than that a tact should iiave hapj^ened cooirury to constant expe> rifiice ot tiiu cour^e (>l nature. ' in staging ihdt the liileieiice attempted to tie dr.iHn'troiii mère inexperience tal-lac'iox^, 1 mean not tó'assea tliat the «b-eefee e tjf previous vxperipjice «d' a particular Jact or phe«<oiueMù|i IS iiot of the hifïh-esi imporiàiice, to be weighed «s a circiiiii-stabce 1« ail lovestigathoisl.vWhethcr thi-y be phyeicai, juolei'll, or histlirtcul ; the in'»re rt'inoie tne «iubjeùt of lèsiinioiiy from ‘'Ur own knowtedge and expe.ience, the st.oiig-er «ru hi the evitiencè u/ be, to tvarrant onr iis^eni *, neîilKir IS It iiitiati|t to deny-that in paiticuiar cirt iiUistaiicóB, ithe w..i.t or ali-é^^euçe uf previous cjfptrience, may nut be too >tir«ing lòr jiosniri; testimony, fsspèciài» ly w hen iloiherwioe latiors under sy* ptCion. *.V ts nféaut i» tltik, ihitt mere inex|>ef -».ilsce, h iWever c<>, is not in itself, and in'tlie austract, and*' wi.hottt conshieratioti .ofiill tne internufaiid éxternaf probabilities in favor of huiuau testiniouy, siiiiicient to defeat and deatr«»y n, soa»t.> supercede the Uectwsi y of iuvesiigaiion. Air. Hume’s conclus.«in Is higiiiy «»ijeoiionrtble in a^lii* lusophicai point ol view, tnsoiiiu«ih as it would l«*ave ph. nomeuu of the liiotit re-nmrkable nature wholly unexplained, and woujd operate to the utier exciustun of nil inquttiy. JBstopjites are «idious, even in ju-diciiii exclu lo be true i:» not true f«ir all purposes to which it is relevant, I pretend not to un-dfr»tand. Whether a miracle, when proved. may be the foondathm of a sysiem of religion, is ibri-ign ti» the j ret-ent discussion ; but when it i> once admitted thnt <> iracte miiy be proved by human testimony, it necessarily f»»llows,froin Mr.Hume’s own co|lce^sio.n, that his gene-ral posiiion is untenable, for ihat, if true, g«>esiothe lull extent (>f provini; that himi in testiiiHiny is iiiadecpiatt? to the pro«if of a niiracle or a violation, of the laws «if nature, invesiigaii»nB, becàusu they tend to tc the tioth ; in nieiMphysics, ih^y are intuieraUlü. Sin con.^clouo was Ali, Hunuí ftiiitsel’., «d the \ve;iHj«it'r>» o¡ ins ^«‘in’ral and öWucpnig p saioít, ihitt in ine teinh m cIioo ne Iniiiis tus in.eren<.e m these it-marKab.«-terms ; i *• I lieg ifie littiii.iUoii here made iiiîiy be reiiiarKod, w ele CSt li lit ’ver be |nr hen t say iliift a mira-oved s<> as ii> be the loiindatioii ot sysieni «d'reiiguMi *, Ibr 1 «ni'ii that «itlierwiÿc there ni.iy po^Mbiy bc njirá-cii'S, or vioiation!< «d’tlie usuai course <>i n-itiir«*, «»t »uch a kiùdais loadmitul'a j/rooi tronr l.utiutn teMniioif.).’* ' , In w.iy ihe u-e it^bemade of a fact when|pr«»vey can aflcct tiie lalidity ot the pioufj or bow M eau be that a Îact prové«! evitable «liss' liiiioti ; ènd, like lúr«!- of pr‘*y antlierod around a dcjjd carcass, th ■ pr.nci-plfi Kurtiplan po\v*'’rs contend mr sway iu •he Ea»t. EmcIi hopes to bear away th«> greater ponii’ii of ihe sp«dls : and the po«jr ifôvernmeni ol CouMantinople is ruled at the capri<-è «>f Ftiincè, England^ and Hi<9-sia. It knov^s not «ilten which it BhouÎd obey, and this state of subjeciion to forâ^ji» onbinets bos deprived it of the little con* sideratioti which it bus preserved. f^'irom the New Y«jik Ohiervcr. ; ffcJE O'l'TOMAN EMPÍUE. Ail political men, «jf uny fonîsighty fix iheircyes intently up«m the Eak: f- niiere to all appearance ^viU l.f! renewed the;great conte6t.s «d‘iCiifope, »oaii«'r or later, AJ* «eady, without a d*recl war b< tween France, England and Au8^fe«;^.ihe ageti.'s of ^«hese »hr^^inpirtf«».have Kaiong ih<*msei^eif, in tfie°"19us6tji tniui t.t><leis’ ;c<iu«tniit riválrie.“, nud of-'mmercial and diplomati«^ collieioits; precui^«>rs to an appe I to the swo.d. The coiantriies where Älahometiinisrn rOigiiíj posbBsSi but a prendrions li.e ; they n semble an old tower uudermtncd at the founoafiousi <ii^iní.nt¡ed in evt ry p^ rtj, nnd the whIIs of which tnusi crumble at ih«\ii st shock of thiQ teibpest. Religmuà en|husi-atm, p-dnicul htrengib, social ties^ confidence III thiB future, hay« all forsiik«-ii jih*’se nnhappj.regi n^H. In vain European di-phmiauy lays down this itnposiog nl axiin : • TAt i/i/egrUÿ J' the Olloman É>ttp>i'e, — The necessiiy ot fhauH is more p«»wcrful itián all dtplouiati»ts. No human iiiv<íntiuii can save a iaiiing nation. S«i true is this, that the vejry ni«-ii who vtiunt do loudly tho ingti'griiy of the Otioniiiin empire, i*f®* pitring t«i tieizÍEt upon tlie fr->gu‘ents, *he. tnonieiii the j;reat vatHbtroplie oi'Cur>. ; Fofineriji, 'i uikey «rc«:tipied an iinptirtaut rank in E-*iope. It wa.-i a Ibruitdabits^ iW-ur, wtiile yet tinssia was buried in the wiii's of Muscovy ami = Taroiry. Tliu Sultan thri ateueU *>n «ine hand, ifie city of Vieb-iiii, and on the otiier tiie Itaiian ishOres.— All princes vi’crc ambitious of his atíiance. 'J'he wurs in Europe «fier ihiï liefonnation, maintained the illusion of the Turki^lt pow'-er- Even »t tiie -cIoBe of the íaBt cent.iry, he'authority of the divatt «d‘ Cot^^tîHlt;uo-pfe was geiiieraily respected, The :se«’ref «»!’ Ita iitierntii weakuuas was fiist reyeal«-d to the world by liunirpaite. in his expedition; int«» Egypt. A lev/ th> usand üNetUh S'ddierB put t>> dight^iniiunierable fioridès of Turins*, MömeUikew and Arabs, and'^iiiiOuV ih« aid of Englun«l, Egypt wus .rrevocably lost to the Sutittii. it Wns then evident,ih t liie iVJuhometan troops were not able tò coptj with itiose of Eui'ope. The ancient ’renown of the Oitoman etiipire was bopeless-iy:gonç,    '-t'’^ A i«*w year.i yet of apparent power re-niaiiied to lite goveniinent ot lî«Mt8lià»ttno-plé, bepiiusti ihe còtj[ue»ts of -JS apoleèii did libf leave ilfo European c^inuts leisure to think ot tile ; Eilst« England, JKus^ia and Ausiria liad.fiir ino o pressing affairs to attenu i(> r liiey iu.i6t Ai(&t i»f all, presi*rve their own indepi^hdeiice ; and the MalKini-eiauB, quiet spectators oi this great stiug-gie, had lii[iiie to breathe. Uut after the peace o. 1WI5, wiien ail iIhj'' cabinets oi |',iurope^^’ei:e deiitered firoiii their great en-euiy, the'Wfö kness ol Tuikey was revealed in ail: Its extent, li became iiidubitabie tiiat the íMussttl-inatis wero wfioi y «leiuoratiaed, that ilieijr iuatructioiui: and tfietru pin tons were anii-ipiaied, ihai tfiey hiid an army without dr^ cipline or ¡lifayery, agoverniueiit: uupt-rMfu-eti-d and without auihoiityi und tiisi^béy cousiituted a siauon witti no honiogenity, not’ moral or potiiicii coheMoiU Fuither, tii«?re werii no manulactnres ; no couime.ce; liitJe inuoey iti tuo eiiipire, an entire want ui juBiice in the ruler», and of security foV the people: thut >s to say,all the vital parts ot society uore struck with d«^ath. -Tfie aahau. JHuhmou'i whose intiMitions were g od, bui >»fio ha«JI tiot'the geiiius ii^-«es.-ary t«> execute iheiii, ihi»ught to, playv/in Turkey «he same pan an tiiecjjar, P«tor the great, óiuoiig tne ituBsians. jHe pel iibout iiitrodncing «ne c«Jtstom.-< of Europe into the «rniy. the adiutniatiation ot civii afiìiirs,ihè Je'yiug Ol taxes^ iti nil things, iu'sIm»«, thnt reiuie lo the govertímeict. I'its »tiempts dm more hurin thuu g- od. Thìe MnssUl-ttiuns Hero nut ilce tfie    of the «igtneeutn C'-ntury ;\ they had grown old i . ignorant and diauaiiiful apmhy. iV|«iimoud met every wnere tt>surniuuiaa«de oiistucles. J he Mahometan prie«**, d ictor«, judges, oppo^bd to the undQitaking of toe; Sutiair tiie precepts )ot tti« Koran, and siicred lïp If tue religious prajudices oi. the popu a-iiòn iigmuot European cosionis, I'urK-islr »oldiers Were torced to wear the French ttud Engn.'h unilorin, out tliere all stoj.t.~ A'hey weie t veil less brave it) tiieir new areas thair'their old ; and h«vtng lost, in a gieat measure, iheir btiiid belief ^njatalism, tney sunk to the last degree of degrada»; tloo.    ^ ^I^riiius events ‘haetenedîfihi» di'clîne.-^ ^el.ce, ai\akeiiing iiotn fief long stiipor, tittered the cry ol libèity, in me naine of her glorious u.icee>t<KSj W tide displaying the sacred banii^r t<f the Gospel, aód a heiroi... siruggie ucliieved her indepeìidèiice. Europe des.royed the Turkish navy ai the bat tie ol Nayaniiw. Egypt declared herself inde| herturn, under the guidance of the sKiiful Mehemei Au. W hen the Siiiom ot C<jnsiantin«>ple tr:ed to conquer ih.s pqtt of itie empire he met with two diBUntrous defeats. Fmuco disiiiienibered ..nother province «if the Mus:<uiiuati empite by her coiiqiiest of Algiers ; and to coUi-pitrie the «li-', the Tiirnish governmeut was coiiBtr.iined alt< r a dts is.r us war Mith i(us..ita. to concUide a peace whi< h |<laced ii un ier th ’ itiiuo.-t nbsoluie control of its lorniid.itdiii neighbor. äucU IS the long scries o^f mbforiunes whicfi bckie beiulien the Üttoman emi*ire. it. is but the shadow of what it was in past ógcs. It presenta the sad «pectacle of in- until Ethiopia »hali rpattii forth her hands til God nnd all the Ìslaiids *if the #eii ro^ joi«'.e. Let the bri-threii inei’t iogetliisnand asceTtain whiit Bvnngeijsts itrti sustained» Most respectfully, di.cV, \ J. T. JOHNSON. I From the Chi istiiin Journal. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EVANGELICAL bEPARTMENT. BetovED Brkthren : The Evaiigelical dep.-irtmenl o'" tlie CliTts-tiati I religion is ot tratisueiidant •mportancQ ; anti it atilifds me great graiificaùou i^V ¡1-'* reHpotl^tblllly. as respects the EVaugtSiliit,. - Vecbnie a sitb^^ci of pubfic,xoM»«t»eni' phd' irtiestigai¡íiiii" M nliii>f ial clihracter, in^lud'iig ihiit of the E»’ái»g«li.'t, has been, in part, sketclii-d by tif««: Cuinpbell with the p. ncif of an aceomplijihcd artist ; and it i^i to tie hopi'd tliat each «me inay apply the picture to hiiiiseJi, and whiiti vt'r detecù may ^■xi^t st.ive hereuft< r to have iitem re« looied. But how ueticaie uiid peii>’>tti< to iiffer advice I H^»w o.tetrdoes it iresun it» eniniiy during li.'è ! My advice has, oti some, been rec*iiV« d so uiigra-i cioii..<ly, 1 have «lrno>t coii'ciuded. ile^ »nr toni.ike a tejmler of it again, Fr«ni» such »jj^coiicfusióíi however, I shank, and conclfiue tliai •* S'* ‘'esi to tie gov«;rne«l. by: the ctfcuni>luiices of the case. When a persoii offers uie advice, 1 take it for granted he is iny irit'tid, and does really, o( itOa-gines,' he sees Bonietniiig tpat ihight be corrected. her«;lore, 1° feel grateiul and «xa-mine oiyBeif, 1 have tiéen greatly aggrieved tliat thé re-, feruitiioti iius been greitiiv abiinedV and ren-dereu odiutiis tiy íOttie <»i its pr«iniitient advócales—« >r fa I l»-r, aomb w lio dé-^ir^if lb be proiniiienl. I confess I have feared to in*; lerfero i«Bt my motives tniglit be inipt^atshed' as fiiictur«'d with envy—And f^itave inos^ ardutitiy desired that an «iCcasioiV tiii^shi be’ presell.ed in w inch a comhtnatioii of ■the tiietnren might : be called «it to express tlu tnsefvi^s iree.y in rejeienoe to this iinuter; and the lauH»; to be corrected. .1 hnve found, however, 4h<it there is to«l4iuich talk and ton iitiietioiie in almost every tfiiiig <>f a ire tgióus chitracter. '    ; ; # I.iriist br«>: C.-iDj.bel! and yourselves ivilt wiite ou until the subject is probed to its, hea«t Mtid core: ' Brtd Ayies has addressed me peiWiiaily u|iuh this tiuhject. T«> ti>ÍB I lia>e no oiijt ction.#Go i.n my beloved at.d esteeiiifid brethren. Bring the inititer; nearer to inyoelf i,nd oihi'rs. if reproof Cohn;s,,l know it comes from the hea'it «»J,, ■ &'ir'Hf4cff, foof r Bi y ; infi rcn r'•fc-Jj', '.'a'ádrn'iÉfeir. all the ativice I can get io,ad' ami encourage me in tlie race for tlie ‘ prizt». Thete aie inuuy uoble, chtiice >^piriis engaged in tnis notiiest ol all enterprises, and I' feel assured |they w ill with one voice approve: your etlori, ,Tfiete IS another siilijt'ct inBepniably'c«iii^ nected with. this, whicli •» agitatiiig^ihe Chn»,tian t>hurch, and calls »or Uufiiediaie HÇUOII. it is,.the duty of tlie^c^fiirchiif>Uis-taining and binding lonj^Evangelist^, it IS, astoHiehing lijiw^^^^Kdy We are in uiidúng ^« line systemat icofiort. U poll this snbji'ct ; we shuli iK-vet^niiike a healthy, vigorous and pei^jíví^ng effort until the otHcers of »he clHirche» léel sufHcièiitly theimpoititice oi>lft to iukeihJdd and reoolvé to carry it out •y continued »lud zealotjs co-operation.— The Evàiigèiists themseiVes, as «telicate the subject is to them personiiUy, liave bee^i compelled to wake up and Urge the officers« to tfieir.duty ; and as soon as tlie- excitement ot tfi’e nio^iueut ts over, thè siibjeci dies, and is de^ti••ed to riitnain so utiless it IS resurrected by the Eviingt-lists again.-W here are tiiu local preacheri« or Elders of Xhatacter and infltience? What .are yoU' cbngr«*gíition» doing in this^ tiehalt? Are yon too modest to uritig the inutter up? — JJo you mingine the Ijord will S iy to you, ’• wetl d<^*»e j" it seein.s to me ih;it the churclies have resbtved that they will noi engage in this braiicii «if.duiy, then I» lo be iJone? Let tucu a couri>e i?e adopted as that noC in operation in several, ot the states. Let a sep>trate, ludepeiidcnik voluniaiy aiisociajion of brethren frr»u| au,\ iiuinbu. Ot cfiuicnes, be jormed, p-iedging thotnaelves t«^ eacfi other to p.^y périain »unis annually for ihi.-purpose, so long as they continue ine.nbei>; and let liiisja-fip'Uiii'tw expended in isvangehciil efforfo utider the direcitoii ul .a cotiitnitvee selected loi iha.ii púrpíyoe. _ _____________ _ to «"tnctt iumtrtnfve a riglit to «»bject.! ; But i prefer tue uction of the entire ciiurcU if iiitainable. . hetie^er tfte churches tkk^e it ill hand, a'thouâaud times Mioje cat) be sc* coinpii.'hed ill this way tntiii viu atty other. Many chnruhea in Kentucky couid ciustain au Evuiigcust w.ittiotit leelitug it, Aud if liie breihn\ii will permit me to poitit theiii «Hit 1 will do so —not to their shamei^l^ut rather to siunulate them: to excohence in all «liât our bavioi rt'ijuires ol tliem. 6><iine of ttie Evuiigeitsts are making»nt| iiave made «reat suc.itices, whilst th<- piib? Pr;>m tbe Cospel lieráíd. THE BiBLE pANGEROÜS. ifV»//cu 6y Jf JE¡ii Íírii$hi 9WÍ spt/ken Ay iltf» tecrá JLnwretiet, Annittnai'y nf lht¡ ' . tiabbnik S> hiwl in tNeuf ^ yurki Dnvember s Tfio Biole Í9.íj)deedi a dangerous Book •-“but ior wbom f'for all who refu&e to <¡t i bpy II» jirecppté and wi>rajiipitü Divit>e Ai|^ tj|«ir, aa every age »ince the birthnf Olirisr^ b^ pri.iof. Ji was dvtigcroua: i<» the uubelieving Jews, who tefuíed tiy; lip^rheti lo the Voice «f Jesús and flee froQi .^tiieir jis :j hfiir «i>lMMii*i-^Jtéfus«léhVtha t' #«3%- wiilf" 118' iiJ iinóo «»I Tiihati^iifniwrí^ p«‘rtsh¿d by f niine and the s^ord—|i jirón ved daiigerouá ti> thè churcli lií the dl ándl 4tii ctrniury, wiietiñt relusedlto be giinied byjis ainpÍQ provisions. and i liiriiiulhclnreil for itself systems of divinity, and creed» of beliel^ aa a coHseqtféuce oí‘;tráii»are5-'‘.i<»n it w as drawn iuto ttte wdderness of .híii and ilarknéají. Popery witlt lier tratn bf tibom-nations feigned lifiuiinphaut^ ■ uiitil God in )|tis (iwÉiIgood: rime raised* itj»; the mnMer H^irits of tile raforntalion to- britig the Gos-pol lo lig;^lit. The Bibie ¡proved da nger/»U9,; ye» bighiy d'ingtìr U8 to ihe Ronvnit Pon-tifF aÍMÍ::bis jüardinals, ‘»ho nilotiipled fo stop the flbad^of light which burst ujmn a ijénightcd    »hen ..the miths oí the go^poi werti ; prpniuigMtp lo manUlnd—it [ir««vcd dnn|!eroús lo infídei Fraiice,' :when under the. influence «f wicked men, siieat- IÒ deehire ín f ÎÎ the world' or rftihngsH t»a+ tintiB —eternMMife or r«mi:>'si«;in iíjl' 'n.ii)?í f-Luké xxiv.'"'’ VVhere werè they to begin tríí pubiii<b fhíe Ni W Te-ttainent'Conditìi^ns and promise» ^ Luk« xxiv. , W htiu werc| they So licat.on f Acts ch> i; coinmefte« the |>ob* Üpon what ¡«conditions did they offer for* giveiio'js of ait!» ? Acts «h. ii. . BIBLE LESSON,—No. 2, 'Tjis Gq.jF£L< ■    • -' What was tjhe mesi'age ctilled, ill^hieh thn Aposiiffl were cotnniaBdei! ti> publish iinlioiiti? Mark xvi.    " Whaf wn* brought lt> ibrotigh' ihf ¿o^pel i 2 Tint, i,    ' Wh»»t was ihe ntitdel or fdrutof ibis’ pel ? I Cor, xlv. .3, 4. What did th^ goi)j>e] product«!' Bom. ji. ■■    , '    i '    ^ t " i>    1 y ■gospel tet^utieilCupl, XIW such , wndbt 111.-I lili iniËgnm liiut they aro hbcrmlys.^hii«ined. And d tiiäy happen to tie h-.rd pre?ipd,and lati to be punctual in meeting pectiii^iary en-gágeiiients, there is u coii.uiOu cry/’* oown w.ih bun.’’ > 1 feel that I stamii associaied with as loyal and true hearte«{¡a band of bretliren aa e%er graced —and ab«ne all tiuugs i deslíe to »ee their entire energies brought out and deieioped. The world is ill susj ense and anxteiy. Its bosom heaves with groaning^hat cnniiot be uttered. A niigfity revointiun is Hulica.ed;,l»y every thing aroutid u-'. It is looking but, prcpureU for üoiui'thttig that shall meet its waiiiM and tiecure its happiiieBs. Lnt us then be the lavored m«-ii»í ngors bl Heaven to announee iho glad tidings of Ealvation in Us purity in every diiectioíi-rand b«ar its heaveii-illuininating torch into «very litnd, iei|tl>led to«ifUt/i(il|t the light of the refor-Riatton fcnm the people, oeclarini; that^he coi^d    hern doi^é to WMiiuüiu "vm mMi • ■ . I ■ ; :;Wbal'.Wni^,iUe lieoefît of 4h«{ requtt«*d -b«dieiiec? jSiomanà vi/17» lâfe' 1 Pfetcr 'i. •¿St.    ^    ^ Was thore .‘my possible way «f otieyiug n fo'rtnr pi^iicrrînéas iiicîiïdétl^a’deaili, bnriai and resurretJtion ^ 'ROni. Vî^’'0<»K' ii< Actàli.    ‘ Did the JVIeasial» rcquirc ohalicBct*^ ; Kÿ . iho cnmmi.ofiion-which lie gavft~hi» Apof* tics, or only faitbk afriieceoBaryto»¿tvaiioii?. Mark »n.- ' > - ^    p '= Noie.o—The r^.&dti'r i9'reqitestedltf^<n^view the fore^ow^ lesxniis #j|b cafti. ■    t»f ihe referenceis are nnly io th«- Cbapler,-’■ ihe purpose of‘ttiaking it ■ more <ii«>ic<f#a8ry lo give ciOi«é aiteittioii tu otd^r- in ftnd'tliM anawer. Shoifld any be diDposeil td' extttn- : iue theui i» a cias», it may be fouud ut-o fui.    ' spread ita sacred-truth:', ft» «he iruif» of lier t.«iis{fr!'»Hoi»v a nighta revolution sw'ept «»-vcjr the nation with the ruthles)i violence-of a tornado,-dealing death andi destruction to ihe h-gh ànd. low, rich and poor. It ha^' proved dangerous to those’who, in this onr dayr h ive attein ited to deprive th<* oi this grtsat city of its ufte isn meniía^f'eleísj ineniary ittiittuciion.. In short it ia- thejfoe to. vice'ill,vallili ever form it tnay «pj^^r, yon aiul I my Ii arer.- hnvé a «It-ep and personti ¡fiteiesl in ihia word «»l'ijûili~if we suiler it tti retnaii» itt onr hou'sis unreinii 'or ith! prëcép>is onhtieded, be nssured it wili-provb a'datit!«‘n<>us witiiess-flgaiti^ us in that d<iy w*lit^it'G<HÌ'8halt suinniuti iht! worlil lo judg-ineiifj think not to, esc.'pe hi» âi)-(*ceing «•yé ; ill the lotignagB*’of the-Pf-almist we may truly say»“ whiliier >hall 1 go from ihj spini? Of vvhither shall I fleti'fr«ini ^ly preseiice ? : ,If I «s*ceMd up iiito Heavì^ *hf^li;i»rt ihere tvlf I makeauy liod iw,-^li, bfiÏMdri timti art iiit*re: If I 'laj^tlie witigs •d' tlie Miorning, and dw^^itrihe iiiterwosi parts of the.sea;; èj^tiKiliere sitali thy hand llad’i»e, and thy-ri^it band shatl hold inp.’' --I--- > : ^ DR, JOHNSO?^;: During his last illncss^jli^âread WB8 f«ir II time Vi^ry grc^^ Jjiti^nf let^ilK^ through'»11 hiimbîe tru«t in tlie hif« fears **ubsidRti,v mid lier ^Id*    Wfr ■ hmeas of thalh. if    hii^ loiioii peace in bBlieving» ,jtó^n^^^^^^ Jtmhtia.KeyiioMi», to b^g^i^dyV»»^ livree favors of hím.:;;^'^Fir:ít, that .he w«|u|d never paint on the Sabbath ; ,pe¿ond, that he w«mld relinquish to hiiti, ifiiriy iM^ttM.ds» wJiichiWi uld enable Jiitn t«» leave tltifl sb«' to a distres.sed Jamil) ; third,-that he wotild oft >n read the scriptur-s atiif jj^ways An Lord’s day. With all wliich it is said, Sir Joshua coiijipiied.    : ' ‘ In his last hours, Johriéon said to his phy'*icsmiiir-- '’ Dr. BriickljBsby, y«iu are .a worihjfiainjii, atid my friend : hut I nm a- trat«i y^ti aire no ChviMiiiti. Wiiat c -n | bet^j:,(i>r yon;tliaii ,tp «»flteir np    pre- senjce a priiy' T to th^ Greaty Gody that* y inn y become a Cliririiàti in every seiiae of ilie. «word He fell; «m his kt^';s^t)Bci prayiïiÎ^; btit. rising tip lip took the hand Âlld saidj *• p«»g.t'»r, youUlo loit s.iy, Au'etiÎî^r: ;The docttir tlinii said ‘‘ Atncti." j«ihiis<>hj^olinu«d, ’* My dear DiK;tor l>e-lieve tl dy»M¿r tntn î there waj« no salvati«»n bui i^ ihe i>ácnñcé of the Luiuh of Godi ' As íliimé ili his Íaít lioiirs'. had ma tie n bold dei’lwation t«f his infidel tipiuioii, XoIíum;:}! tvasdt'àirfil, in like, circuiitsiHnce^, t«» iiiake a ^biif.'BsioM of his fait)^. SeiaUii» his pet) aitd eiiquiring « h i whs tliè usìIhÌ form <»f ¿0111111611011% a w ill, he wrote; -¿"5 • iffer iiiy ««lul to »he greaiand itiiîrr-ilul Gbtl^ Thy la ai> extiedifiniii «affiatuitìtùf    *** ■■ rance ihaiii Wjth be cletth»6d It! »he bmftn «»f the Redeenter.” ; Havitig w|itiét»^ «otne iniíiuii‘8. he «xpressétl soitteitiihg of his forrrier d-ead of denfh. Sir'JiVhii Haw-|ins, who was picBtìtU, repliéd. "If* you, Doctor, lia ve* tíhetie’fears, what i» t «i beciimé «if ino and biiiers?’* *' Oh, siri” said h^, ‘kl .have writti'lV piotiSÎ/ it is line, 11(111 iave lived fbo much lik<* other men,” He Ór»w ciiiimetl.ii(> itiierit : he htitl in c«>ni|iion ^vith nil others, viòiateiMcàven’s righteous la w and coulti jBntl Ho peace, ii«» hope, biit in humille p.enitetice atid cordial tiusi iti thç atoning Saiyioûiv DISCIPLINÉ. ' Lh any nunn'Watt'h the procès? i>yw}iich ihe utitraiued c«ilt i.^ fiitç\f Ijor .servKÎe of bis ownei;. , By ,ih>-.‘enticein«V{t of fbo«l, the guid.iùte of tlie rtSiiH^i^è n-slraitit of tlie bit, the stlmuiüs oÇ    p» iHe ap'.mal, < l.j hert(i\ accù’stoméd 'ici 'triost. irre'gniar môvéïnetits, îs gradtiHiljf broogSt ■iiiio’ o'rder. hî?oinetitiies ulso hêis*,y«ik^tid to a to^ithipantoii, whosfe mrttvire .ahd ute^ady inottons per^uaiié Ww bj; ex.nmp!e, or Ssoin-pei hîin bi* force, lo’gt» fôrwapi jh tlifVaine direçiion, aiid to ad««pt thè tcàV(Tpabp|^ No'w tins is dîsoipline^ the ttiean» l[iy w hich il acts arp perou.nston aud cônipu‘-.-iott, gentie|iics8 and severiiy, rentards-«ind pu|lí^h^lent5, nnd aborc ail. exali^f^ raud thc)eiid ail^iiich it auiis is a toisl^ango of    aiinibilatîpn of bad^nd în- hlttbits, ttiid ,;he\ forQiîu^Jiîff goui^ mâ îîSo!iil '6nV;^r.f*1th bowcïor, If liiiTibïïôtis that disci|iiîflë. doea* iioi end wUh the mère piroceVjkUf «îoça-iion ; il is tiie very e.'«sonce bf tW^«si,iti-ti^bed g«»veriiraent <o whi^ tl»a|;, .pr*Vçpst leads. By la coiitinued uw «>f tl»e Vin-meons, the bad hâbit» uhticb have jïi^ii'àiib* dued are kept int|ub4ee«ini»,*JHttd‘tfce ^ood hHi>?lii wliicb hav'^ iieçk- ftwiô    ini»ui- tiiiu’t^’and improvèd. —    . Aa we èscend hi,iher to" ihoi» Iraifioa» kinils of governnrent wiiiéb Bteii -exiirçÎie over iheir own'spectes, w® CiVà-tlKii the sRthe pr’iï'îpîes ttpply; dinciplin*» i.*» «ti» Ihe iaroiT, i» its nainre, jts opetratttms; «ad its eifecln.-i-J. J- Gumty. iFroin Uie Cenlut of ÇhrwtianSÎy. BIBLE LESSON—No. I, New TwTAMtâNï. What is tile New Tcsiauieiit ? ilefe. 9jh cita Oter.    ^ j! VVhen did il corne fn force ? Heb^ ix. 17.    . ■ iVVhô wer«» oommiseionod lo publish Ihat wi'il or teiianiMit ?Acts ch. t, W iiere ¡» their cooimi>»siou to tie fî.tnnd ? Mai. XNViii, Mark *vi, Luko xxiv. niid John XX- Point oui the part oi the chapter. Whnt doi’B their commission authortBc ihenj to proini*e? Mark xvi. _ T<i whom wera they autiiotiaed to pr«i* mis«'s I'll va lio II > M‘irk xvi. , Wh it w!ii that »atvatiou, which they wer« THE REMI.*5SiON OF MONIiVi JV*I tc»jf>»;«‘r SuBvriptiotK The new Post Mai<icr Ge«c'l'ffl^w i|>rp« .pafi d insiflttciions to deputy ptmt-oìaster». under liie new post-offic^e hiw ^hich g«c» iplo operation «>n the: first of. Jvlÿ iiext.—-* ^he iiinitatfon of the frs¡iking privilege of post-inasiers haii cut off the usual m«»de of traiisintttitig subscriptions lo    ; Tlie fblfowtng method is therefore í\ib.'«ttlúted by the ï*o8i-Màster General, .‘a provision for t1}e tríiOi'iñi sioii of-money, 'much :prei«*ra* |fie to that: now in ure,    . : Móttey for nfcw.-«p.iper («tibscriplions bO* pkcecding $IO iii «at:h casé, may' be paid to a posi-maMer for the .purpose . of beitig paid to tiie p'nbîitltcr Of a 'newspapeiî at a-%'<»'ther office. Thé p-^st-mn¿U;r L^iiiauch case to give to the person, payjoj¿ 'ti\é. mo-sii?y, a retfipt therefor, and to jul^tuo fôrth-wììh the ptii-r-masler, who is to pay s&td «> mount, ofi^iioh depo^ii. Üpoii^iirésfwt*«-tioti of fhi«*rt'c«'ipl,thti timonut tsioinEi paid fivòr. 'I'hb poi.r-ma*ier toceivini the a.» mount ia to deltii hiiiiMtlf therewîift in hit aecount, and tha posi-master paymg . that «mouií;í is;to creili! hirbself therewhh Ìti'iiÌ!* iM>coniit «f-    -eirpcnscflf,—- Safur- *' W'hc» Naoolfíon fell, thè ìlomar. Up®-* sury ww pota cent indcbtjifow its itidebi-otlfiB»!» aniouni» lo $C5.4lOÓ,<H)tt. . Ìjit m^* ‘iiy y««fs;'pa»t thè rewnue lias fallen »hortof ltho'«xpetiÌi?(’S àbout $l,<lüU,6(Ml pccannum. Iti ìho firstyear of thè prcacnt Pope’n roign, liie tiix^*« pnionnied to thè anuuttt sitm of aboui $Ì(jl.(MìO,0(»0. Owing to to iho im* mcùse «ftkbcr of bitggiirH, privilegod 6l es of ihe peopie, privilfg^d landi», ih« weight or liiesé laxes fell npon a smivllpor? tiiin of flile popnlation, tind tn the to^al ah* seinije of tndusify, cómmorco ant^ agrjc«ltur|P¡ th» Rolleciiou of \hem Wfeì Ttr ry titiBoulli and dìsfrcssìtig- Now ine gor» Wn Heiilikas iieurly doubled ita-exaotiom>i ‘ and i|ow\|he pwople nititl reel otider ihetn it is noi diiffiaolt to imsigìne.espcoiaily whc« \ve c?iiMt#r thè eoormon» diír«!tnín<|íe b<»« íwe^rt ihif* ®'*btiiry »»>d tiie Sntie» of il»o (•hiiwhiìrt thó    moo«y an<J thè prìpe oflalitiM i-i: ^ = üöMM* mtseed $* vy, on a.o ti mìdshìc «ti‘<nt of coast óf KOABi^t-^Tho |*rp»ident haa dia* enf; Wjii. D, Hurst, fr< m tha. Na* tioitnl »‘f havlnÿ fî»ugl\t|^ dìi»*l w tht-m»0, while einpioyed »» ßrat ihe Ü. S. Brig Timton< on tiìfli, Mi'ic*. ^ '    - « f» ;