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   Charlottesville Union Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 22, 1858, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 T,  p  VOLiJME XVi —X. S. NO. 2it  .s. t '  TlIElNTKiXKiKXUEIi  18 «oNDürrrjio r.Y 33. 'Vtritlliliö.lX,  j- ' .    ASl> ' .  3EI.J Xji. OolojnaLrv.ix.  O. S. ALLKN & CO., I’ui.ntkhs.  TweuiywSl*: iVumbcrs Ci»mi»rÌMt‘  theTolumti. Au piipi:f tlLiMMÌtiiifd until n(    •  urV«ir.<tfM (tn pa^d iij>. Aih'^rtisrtufHU uj'a    j ihofittier, inf fried «f-H j>fr tqumc (I'J U/m) fut  hrre in»ertioii*-—'l'> c.mln fur terry sahsi-ijii’’i,i im-rr'    i  H)»i pfr\$^iiarf, i>y the ¡/tur.    |  to 1  ill irs;>    vv- S;;!h‘.  'i’lie    -!K''■» of tUi-' âül'îicaU'  irutiiiTt îisvc rcï-])<jn.î{M,i to liu' jirovision it.-( ini hors.    itiiîi pp'tfli:nt    of \v!\:v(  i*vc*r ..ft.rrìi .»f e'uV(.'tlü'.!U‘t;f. Juritiir tin pV.riuti (jf its    c-iijiiyeti n hs;.:hvjr di:  itilo till ir.'us'.cr tauU;,l;l—;a:il ilu'ii ii' ViC, iMii, !lt wh-îi. poiîU 01) tllO CCil-tiiH-ïiit y^ovt'ì ineriv'in îli<\v ct'.t.-îi'io linvc :i si'/iii ì;ì-;ì;kn\    ’ ■  ! ) a:>  0    i:x.  f'  of d.  Kiii.';'he  ini!s.';tuli!y iliun i!i-;  ; iiti-i:'    .-¡t thi.s d;i\' A'xhibiî.-  bctfcr eoriiliiintifi uf ^ {ntrcut'.« ;'!;iljiliiy or (.¡i!!;iî(iliîy ; nv)ii(', rxcTiit (¡¡vat Jîrit-i.-iî! in }u;r %freign ù-oìifji csin, )ia.* iiiiviUiOi'tl riidi-o sleu^Iy H1HÎ rapiiüy :iîù!)u the piilh oi',ti-ni-  ■1  :rr-att)f.‘-s ¡»nil criai power; !  iMd lii  AOiMOUJ/riJHAL FAIR.  I  Wo ro-pubn.'h (lie iblloM'nig .-ultheAs, not for iti pulitici, witli which ife.iiovcr muddlt', nor for its warlike s[»irit of ii}rgrCHj»ioii, whicli wo ar<î ;iiut alluwcd to foater ; but fur its c/i-lari/eii views of that I'roviOence v»uich educes good out of evil, iu nccoiiiplièhiii^ the ultimate' di-jiigiis the, grt-Bt I Am, , in whose ^ ^mndi) arc tl)« desliuió* of the iudiviJuula and ibo BAtions that 111ako up tho great fauiiiy of '' ■ iava.    '■ ; ‘  . ' ’ '    ■ :    Î ' ■    • J . t j  ; ÀüWtK^iS OF'HÓN. CAlvEIt ClJSmNO. .  We njiiltq a condcusation of the address of HoN- Calkh Cy,4Ul.>'s^, dcUvcnd before the Natiùtial ,AgiiouJ;tural ^ociiUjfv  -    TUK Sy.lU^CTJ /.■ I , ' ^  Agriculture, ile sptaJterj8aid, ,was tl:o pri-niary i’utercat uiid »rt of mau, and ivn indispensable .eltiuQut, of soicipl atd politicavi çx-iatonce. Scconc|urj to its Jneohauic^ pro-ductiojn,. at»d finally couuiierct, All theso thiiigfi constitute the luatoriul iutercst of eo-ciety* IIi}i subject^ ii8 sa'd, would be the; material iatere^ta of tlic people 0(f l|ic United §ta tes. In the olußidatiou of tUis subject, the" spijiker proceeded,to onuUzc aud eet, fortij the distiiictive éléments of the actual condition, geographical, social und po-liticsl/of th^ üuitetï State». ,  , KLÈMKNTAl/FAcrrB IN'tÌiK C0N1)ITI().\ OF  ;,:;,A2^KklÇ4N^^^    ^  He-spoke of two grpat rpgiops of the earth . j-r-of old ,world,,Uhi^a, nnd ^I'lssin, and, two in the ne^'’} Bra?ii and tbe (juit^id î|uues(,  : wWoh,;^ Kaspii of^theîr geo"l-rt^ of; char^ç^r in defined lipiita, but on a vast 8Qa|Çj .»rè tbp ualional Boats of pre-ei^iivont sad'^werful empire. '  J ^cond fact is, that wo arc of that inati-ter white ruee th«i ey^ryw^ere rules tlic d:irk- ’ ef , shades, as if by a tuaiiifust çirarter of the <-. ; p)^Yi<teôçe of öod, I Our pqlitbal iij.stitu-• ; ftiona aro the ueixt great,fact in our qopdi-XÌQa Whilst t^’.aieu who planted the col-; onics wero'in no small part rçfi^ge.s for opin- ' ipn’f sakt, ik, was the spirit of a^vcntu^û ¡»nd matprVal iaterestjj^uitie as mtich as any th«-Qretîcàl opiuioft.s, which sentithçm to our' eii^res. : I4vwas the influeD<?ö of two grcht ‘ facta, which msed tiieui, together and pro^jir-ed them to be cue pcoplel} lu tiicfinst place, the predominant race >v,aa| that of tiie British ;Jii the ;8pcoi)tJ placo, they .stood here . as M wcpc ill tliO; prèçeBçe or tìuture, and had s^akf,|u the forwsi and couventioualitos of '    Wi^ldy .Qur eljM    reprcs<inta-  . ;    ctc4o, but  _*}th us Englands ; The found-: jîi^ of    soHghi't^ organize the ex  isting^ societjf, cottali» veijt a.ue^’oqc. No thcQrio^ nq shulluw iQeÌ»ÌiiO|ihiàtn  :Th(0y nought tho Sfojuticiu of a great polit-; Jc*l,i j)robUi«, ; nameJy : given, the thirteen , Aoieiw^n ? with-tJxeir exisliiig rcpub-Ijççn orgf«isiatipu, fprutó, and laws-—tp;HbSo-oiate tiiujru together .so, aa to combi uc the . ;;o sftcuro; ivixd eiiicicnt. ex.tcnial «n^ij^ilptoriial Ci)mp|on aotioiy oC.thu jl'niun stc^t;,«iasii))um of ri^eryçd j,ade|,e«dcnt i,e^vff^ig#y, of t individual Bta^a, and,  - iwihitW    Pfj-  Bleni >^iicy;auH!84, in the co>»stifc\itign çif.iiiç  - 'v    .. '  '^lie jRolutiû^, dìi ~v,:& i^c^e, cpusints iu thii> :  tho ecci'lcrHted aciU'.Dmlutioii, wit!', goic-nil di.HtvibiUiiii), Ilf wealth, ami (ithur r<‘i''ult.‘i <if liiuterial'prosperity, ii'.mK' cxoei;-!;-» the i'liitnf Statt'i. iMcniiwbilc. tho .SliUf;-of tiie.j; ni ii)  hiivc!'doiib.lcd, alino.'-t ti'cbicd, in iìuuiÌh i'; I bvii.it'!; (.¡r i iiici'd'd ¡-li<- Ktijuy more of sub'  tho'fedi'ì'àl sviffîii, wKìl'Iì W(irkcd> well Tur ¡» j    p ‘.:c *..,!• .■^i.-eiyfiiy. iu j>tjr.?onti or prop-  orty ; ucmt i    re 'v;;.*; a Ciiiiijiiirod coiui-  ■•iic ::lro:,(.iy inrsi !;i. in.iU f.:;iî'y -¡veil ;i.< ;ih u!«)ri..iiis!y, iiivuived \viiiiin t'ii.' i.'Vi.tines o!‘ Mi-x'u'o. SN'bat wuhti; wikii-rr.c.'.'f;; of. i.tuiJii'CiiwruJ weaithv pros-j>iM ;‘,y, iUKÎ, ii:i|i!iinv.-s-J, v.'Oro üyt '¡'cxa^ and (’alii'.ifuia, ìivh'Vc tlu-ir    with ub_!  Niiy^ ihc l'.rcsçîR'c «vi li of tile armies uf tl;c L’mic'l i'LiK-.; iu .'■,'as.ir.o, vvius a briivfit to her, rutliur ilu:!'. a jirt’jiuiii’aj; .never before, :ior .‘-¡(iv-.e, did the, material d!)forOi<i.,s of flie r)l''.s.tc:ui , ìlèpubliu Iti-iicr .ötnirith never  .-vi.i ¡1 weiv, i cx;i'î, ‘bv l'i»’    j    ,i'i lU'iU'VCr, r.uy iiiUy,i.-5.pK:.'jj,cd-bojtiiQ  :1 ).iit!!ihcr jnt<) th,: Uiiinn’ Tn r’ir;t‘si    i    y»KO:niv)/  Oichod. iti-that sa' misc-rahi.j 'Mexic.-», thor«    that.yuu,cam,.p.u^;i\in'u if so,bOt||it^i,(u|lji-  mote than diic otli'or- ’I'cx,;-», uì-to Ihati    !    y.'-Hir. ue’ll;!lU^n• .vt ,youiy«yc‘, ilcljìVjyoH^rHn^.  ;; OthtrOaìlfovnia, w’siiOi' await.t b:it tlu.‘    i    man^e. AU lliat Uod. reduir**!^ <iP  fow ¡Stato.*«, Viork» not Icsi! well for uiaiiy-; and tiiua deniocraiic rcpublinnii insiitulitin.-« ovtabliHhcd wîîhiti oadi Stat<*, prove c.^.pabic of adaptation, by uioaus of our federal pystcm to the. whole cjiitincnt of Amcric«. That ia a {.-pect.iclc of great Hovcroii^n .States abidiuiz in peaoc t<>gethor, Whioh pliilosoplier* and KÎate-sman have dreamed ,of and hoped to .see, but which never yot wa.s exhibited^save bore DOW in the New ^V'vrld.  try so ¡’avurod arid troUied ari the fi'it'iij aod nUy, i)i.-iU!:ul of llic pnov, of llie' coni|uerur. \Vheii Z'.icìiary.'I'aylor, tiint ilUj-'jirion.s .‘»on ol’ Virginia, ' Ird the viclurioiKs ea.^lw of tJin I’nil.'» trulli I’uiu ;ttS lU'^wo. uvid froiii ÌM'nn-ti'.rey to    ; wliiMi that ilUisliions  /  yorîv,  Hou of Virginia, Wingîiold tîcott, lead thcM «nil appeal irom the pslRy p^sioni of th.<|  iroiu- Vera CruH to '    “bfttraclioiis, *iid iVoin  I ( existed, and’Yhnt ftlon*«idf> ¡‘»f itw.is | ib- ot'the Fai-has oi\iu3:.Cuvini/i-j;’,’'\yit,îijnit > Culifordi/t. At a*Hitbsi'!i!îi-!ii rinu-'V ! -t'ur’a,'    (¡¿bßivdvditl .votl pencil  : tho-'ftttspiecit-or John T'.’Ut,- of Tiviijivnvt-i-a \ ibÿ.high point, hc-fnow «cçuplc« _ in. ^hoayen,:-; »a;iio uovor to be tnonHovicd by    v.'i: h ' v.'Uîiôut'oVii'.'iÿ' iw-Toon.-; .'.inv,u',-!c>''in oA'ovbonr-  ri';nÌ!i!;.i(“e'.it.'es of    \vc ('oot'^’.'aii’ii to    ‘V !  ■    np/V,.as it vfcw, Tcxa<, ‘bv i'om jo’:;-’ t •  iiii'l Itiiiig lier into tho I ’ wi i.><  ' one  ; tuu«ii of the ioruintivc hriii'l, ])ût a bvoath of  j the vivifying of th«' pcòj.i'e of tlia Ihiitod imore.    ...... . ^ ,,i • «,-i  j 8tat(j^Ä-jwakoa Jfronv its letiiavjry,. ¡um^ j, ;i3..'(Uat ^    be,i^iin;;iy!V^^^^  I bôcorïVç’ïi trfîÿ ahd-.'reiil!j    j.4n.diHj.V‘0i'--bv;v,e..vn;W.c,;3Îlpiî£ia^^^^^  ! W Îicn thill' .happfn.'«' i t • will; -bü ' thsv .'-•gnr.l of j. but. ^y.cv,cl^}^, hc,'..a1b4h^iji,TV4Uw^^^ ., J Tc;;encr;il!oii tn'ilexico/n“-it. wiil h,'fbv! irs'r- _ i binger of coinUle:<s benoiîî.-' fo tbo    <.‘11  8-t.ates. Vou- see (doar!y-i--no iiirji hi-Cfir ,{t.<.ud,,du!. knows—R!ul you hare in yuur hensive thought aud erprci-tr scribed—how ititi.oiÀtcîy co.nnoc interest.^ of the wboîèi'oion of it edpccinllj, with the other colonial ¡r^t.Al-*s ! ■ b of America. Oblili we not ^lieij lift, nip' our ▼oiobi in uaisdu t(Sg«th«r again , a.-( of  if it were a rr^nd^do|ipa|^,g|^g,)W^j^^  lid iiicvitabiv die unless if wa»* 1—* i*---  jicriuiUKince. , AU that (iud.J)^(j,uiri;S^of’ you i.s junt !LS niueii a.s caij;,, ilo, .iiud ,; ^io’ .1)0 you'tbink you ejtu, do ;niv],i^-hi  pcVlSi^} g. |o«;lçât' '¿aro.    . „ ,  (u;u at ail points by.the, laws, which prefluma eviorything in favor of iniio'c&nco, and inatst PU.tbv; Ri'/i'<i9‘<t ' eon«truotìen ij>i|deôûcÈo of  I g»3ijtj,J.bart :fcbtt .cl»imcß3;tirä'?ä><.a h|iin<Ìrcd: to j uuo:(i^^iin5.t: oonViotionï i;U*bc*mont8Dt;aQ lór-. I'o.'it i.**.ruade,il, eouatloss »«nibeR’of iogpnçie* .junV influciH-(‘s;aTê sot in njot'wili aUôCwhiftJi' fitiMKlîfcrt; tin}: pr0t<îo6it«iu»n,cj’ ;aoqniit»tof'thse  - k----••«V  . Xi i wr,v^. sVîî    '  - to. he j;(iseuud.'*byiìihy’t*'issil>Iei Bici^ i jK's.'îiiii, (4‘tjii ! tr(itli.-~jjpt do.id onur'i, >i^llî vÌ!lk.s,ffrom}fih<} inkaman parseaütiottiof'^-.îlcUly ouçii,.bnt living ones: •'-, ; i Uos. ;c,{Rccpî! and luaBÎdtratM^ ►  not; rcvi.iùni.j)iQ, tti «peak with  («aine victonoüH ea^ies  ClîiîA AND -MIùXICO.  Aflbr considering the difitructed andbolp less .siate of Mexico, be considers the qae,s-tion of. our intervention. îlo say« it is a qucfctiqn of aniicablo international iiegoiia-tion, not of uiKayirHtitu£ioti.irintciincdd!iiig  ■    with affairs not rigbtfully coucertiing n.s ; it is not a question of tlie conqiic.'^t of a .neighboring people, imt of their .salvation; it ¡.s not , a question of ho.stiiities, but of cortimer-  , cial union and protective alliance.  WhOn Aaiorica had .beco diacoyered by. Europe, it w.13 not . tbe voico of tlio I’opej but the- voiòe of C«od, wbieb aiavo'Yo them  »• . if ai» •.. ?    .*jN  the    t^foi'id É6'‘bóbupy,_ to Chri^tianii'.e,  and UV pîvîîiztî., ' jSincV So' the will of God . .siicms by" evident-signs i'n‘d portents to iii-tervene as a iiafion lor'tHe saVva'tion of tho pbójìle of'Mcxiéo.'/ ' ' . . .  Wc frequbntly he.^r off'ie American polla j of excluding .Kuropoan;5 froth JSinerica. i think that niueh of whdt is siaid on tliat ‘%tìbjcct is soihevvliat vague’^ said-^»incd they Who ' Vajf it fièóió iiot to'romcmbor that all rtVotïg ottr liortbcrn fronticir there is ft British Amp'riciiottthc onc^eaand a British Ooluntbia on the Other ; ;md that while we aro ab.sovbed in the discu-^.itoa 0f'uiet:aphy«ieal subtlcticf!, iÏQ^H^nd' is, with'‘büî'’ald in, attaclitng tlioso ôj^j^lüs 'inbro clósèly to hc'ftielf by an ocoan-‘ TO tolcgT.iph, and to fliie anolhdr by a Oonti-ncntiil'itrilway ; 80'tbat, not oni's, as it'ougbt to be, but bnru, shall be tbo line? of Comtiiu-hlcivlion from the Atiautii' to tlVé ’i^i'eiüe;— '''Bhät 'pa?'».*: 'British' America', ail«r all, hSs her own repablican fdtdrie, plain and aa-  ■    Burcd'before hcri' jl as.sahié that our predes-iued ' line' t)f "Cixp'ahsion, now at least) is to tho VVo<it ahè'lb tho South. If Cuba lies in tho path of th'it dCïitiôyi .«o tnuch tho better; 'but that Jlojtieo must ¿tnd does, T religiously believe; and- I would have it so, notìn the  ¡'«enètì ì.'of aniuibsity, but of .ft’ioQd.ship ; not by th-él aûtt’of irti'oluuaj irrospoiisible, nii.s-chiovoiis, ipriiiateiÎ!!Vüd^î'.s, ,bMtfiby^io deliberato, ’ c‘fficaciou.% and ; 'official action of the goycjr;^^iuat;of ihc United, Sia¡o*-- • )  ,,., if,.. w»y; tkougbtful persoti çan.te^^ tbi«— if, apart-from the (^ucstjun^^ffcxpediencj', ,thcy;4.ol|b,t it« vig\\tl'ulness', and therefoie op-pode, the .conunuutjion ,of the advanci,;inent of the IJnited ;St«itoaiJ,stJ then» tell me by what argument they justify the; boginin>r,s of that advanceitteu|^ and ltd pvogicas thus far— nay, let thom toll .uic.byJw'hat rule of right wo stand auy wbore in Auieri;.;a?, Where i.s l.^owàtau ? , Where iri • ì\I:etóiiKoit? .. Is. not the occupation of any portion of tlic caith by ; those couipctcnt to liold and till it a provi-•dential ].\^y of ^iatipnr.1 lii*e? Csn you. say to the tide that ,ir, ouglu not to flow, or tho ruins to fall ?: .1 reply, it 7nn.s/. .And .>^0 11 is with t'lO, \r.’ll-co;i.'itir.iilt‘d., sud ilierl'rore p,rivgiÄ,.-^fci»’o: a^c\ c-NjI-ì-uihìtu, nation.-*. ïbcy 'c.innot help advanciug; it is the condition of tlifii, existence. ^ ,  W.la-n, jii a v-c\f;b;pV-i4 Uiaio uf j.apcroi  Ocriro Oordo, and .l;^vdieul»l to Chnrubn.seo and ChapuUepcc, and at length planted the banner of the Union on thé aite of tho old TcOcalliof tho Ar.ttcn; as they sçTcnüIy in.irchcd onward, from'triumph to triumph,^ they variqui.«!icd liofitile anuic«, in fair' cn-courUcr, of cours?, but they ro.spcctcd the pen-iun-s and }iropeity of the, people of, the ‘ Country he carefully :w»' if it had. boon- their ' oWn ; and they occupied''the tcrHtot’y ,of •Mexico, it.'? cities and, itji Vainle^B, as peaceful governor,«, liot ,i.s hostile mu^tons.^ • And if yoUj tho nien of Virginia, who, ns 1 right well know, fnrnr?-hed to that 'ivar Yhc ’most .»nuierons and bc.st ..appointed Of all the hïàny .ieg.imor.ts of yoluntccra tluvt served ^.içi '¡it, did not hav.c thcigood fortune to partiioipnto in its glorious b.-itileK,'it wa.s honor enough for you to liavc been the ' birthjplaòC' of the niotjiQr of its grent.comu)andcrfS, UiayÌor^-^nd Sooit. , l’hey,,rsay, occupied in., the spirit of ffienda rather than of eaemios; :and the föderal govcniinc'ht of that-day, Jame.s K. ^^plk. Us ■X’rÀ\Mdent, •.)aiuc«' Buchanan and .^Viil.i,anLJi< ilitrcy itjj, iiHini.'itcJ-s ot Foreign Affairs aiid of War,- nianife.sl(;d, in the.- con-da.c^ and .concltiiion of the war} the most ■ noble fovbi'aranCG'’tow.nrd3 Mexico, the inÓHt copsidoi'ate gcaerosity-----a.'5,,;iudcev.y, in Jess Critical OHiergcacics, hayo otihçr admiuistva-tórs of' the federal government-. : 1 reiterate, thcU; that the sum of our nafioiial aotioii t-e-; Kpccitlng M c-kIco,,has been' cpnc'eiycd bOnefi-contly and so conducted. And Lassert, what I lieliovc to bo traej tlio doublie -proposition —^fu'Ht, thüt tiic’p'odplc'of the United Stutea dc.sire,. *c;;pç,ç,l a^iix^iitc'iKl, ,*opü9.i' or, later, ‘ to • iiit^rposc.in --^Ic?^iço) ;uvd seooudly,,.tuat.; ^hc interposition Vv’ÌII ìkì- ini good .wUb.¡towards h^cr, au'd with'¿onyiclip'n of tho cèftómon utility of such itiieryentlbn] as wbll to Moxieo 'aSytu tlic United Gtatca.    . . ,  , ^•\.^d whoKh:iil'Wtin^'.Y us, when that day arrives? ,»-Sp.-iiii .1^ tioW/iiot.,‘'/Saff'oó 't for her, if »he bu,YO.Jio_o'iicr or earlier cansc of qttuin-éi witb' thôJUniteù- State«;', i.d’/ancc? Wu dò iiot call h^r to ;te^.ìu(it- fot- • tho- 'prc^ grey's .of'hcv aiiÌhoVjf.^’ iji ^  ,'apphuld. >yfirit Hbo;4s;.(]i>iiig' tjl.içre,., as ,3u I'ibe ; commoir : -int)cfô.st: oï> (.iviliïutioa ; and,wo shòuìd* not'bt“' sOrry to sea’libr,'t>r Spain,>ido for'tlio f beri.T ni‘ Móì'oceò and b’ez, and the bigotti of ,b;U’b;irid,m ho rule.?, w'nat . she , lias dono for Algiers', i-As little right oi^. cjju-se would s)ic haVo to coinplain,- and ian inttcli U‘ appr.>ve, if W-/ .sbonl.l Ì!it;;rpo.se tor the rc-douiptioiJ of    .Kngbuidy T .tiiinjç  ive iiave no reason to.c.'cpccl^—I Vi'ill nut .say to ap])rebe)î'î—.'-tiy jealousy on lb.‘ part of Vîn;i,l;’.'id, SliO illsi-i'.rn.'i iniw in ^horetro.?pcct what-.'sbo: di'i-n'.>t “e-..-cieai-ly iii the. prospeei. that, wiillst iu'.r iT!Ì,HKÌati is in A.^in, ours is ij; .Amoi'iça. 'i’o bor,' tiie ^'ruiinatiou' of hc'r .attempi t.) IkiM 11s in siUbjc.ction wiiB thsî real ■uouinijncL;iu;;i!l of the eou(jUi;?t of ìndia.— j'iio 'doir:s:-i.'.Old ibc <.'i'ruvi:dli.-i.-;cf^, who con--('¡•,’oro-!'. 'u 1’>i' !s'-'r, b-'araod the ' Icsàouis of  it» nnwholoBomesectional agiliiiiiiij.'i, llic. nobler iind better ioítinot^,t tho loAiit'- sjh.  .bitionn, and the national scnlini^enta of the peoplo to end. of. thp cijd of .the grcftl^r glOtj of the Dnion. ; " , ;  'TnilEtf WORD^' ‘ ; "  TIME. ilTFlitrSWCB,' •TÀLS'jffé.'';^^  BT‘JAM'Ef; icRV;iÜKSIli\N.KJS.- - î-'Si.’r  A glancc,4t j;Ijat,fiis,ic;oÇ Qhiiÿtiaiij^  ,pur qhiirojics, .gecjus to call. for;.>u ^jjcrçagjid ,,dovoti^n of. tho.,^oul-in. labors foiTitl^ s;i.l^a-, t^)U prother».^  'tls^pw thiß^ roiaark^ may appear aLcRO;^t u;i-necossnry, since Che noul, b^i.tho; l.'iiir.of its. new life, and Ti,ait^r9..of,.t,lie, Ghvii^^^ hope,' OTigh|;;tp »ct ai'niost spont.aneouRly in bcluiif of its, ^fcllow^trKVelle’is to tiio. spirit.-land. This would ,-indcod sQcm 'n;itu'ral.- TRut liovv' 15 it in fact? The Ol\vi.'it(isn jliopc.-is burj'v.l ,up in tho heart, and is .not allowed ou'tward oxprossvon. ïbe C/hmliah jòy'iiì sipoihçrod , in seli\ so that its ,po;irfcfiïor. irf    led  even ,t.q doUbt its cxisYccioo-.' 0!irii.;it;aii c'fr-rt is abridged, .'eo thiit^yi.c world di.'icovoi'.i the salt ha.'s,.truly,lost its K!U'ov;--ìi: pcrcbiince i.t over hnd ai?y,^and,tb«t,.the.light of Cb.ri;;-; tion iafluenoe-is flickcriug-iu dts.    i’nid  jseeilis i Tcady ,to Uo .i.qaeu.f;hc'il,,in; d;a,i;kncas. .Here,.I: 'approhondjii.i tiiQiCau;.^ ,of,-;-;V;;Oi;ich . loth-nndrapathy i.u ;th.p churçii,, j 5I^!ij.,good : ulQh> w.e.../hopj3^iiipl jÿ.afciîiiiçd . .>4';i,f,h ' hope ; ■ theii’j nanies s.arc ,,9n,,^tup ,.cjiurç.h raccord a nd., tfhOji jï«fV;;A où9Soioii,-5U.çb-:-, ; that '•drtö.St fàppôttr .îdim : i\{- .:ti^i'js,.( that tj\oy; ,,arc :-.iaeisi;ib«4<ift Ahe ;Lai»>>’<i'-Boo^ 0^ |*ifa». 'isjioy ~fc,olttU- Ì3,,weÙ,:,,,Th,çy.fold;.thpli;,;aji-m/|,.^jijiìd iifetjl iiatisfiod.oa,;to^,heavoir,'al^^ Now,,- wUat i& neQ0,3^iiry.if‘>‘,à .oUniige^iy—; no: Î. , Suöh- d iit.iüiq  ■^':Bofo,r^.lh,(i]H.Ç»ul .W^..-T.ü5»ieW-Çdi api»yar-i.ßd to it-tas;ifiitt,wpçô -iîiî;pi^rÎQii /,cli‘-.-angran-' •dÌ2femoht--T-ifbr)jtliQ: Joh^SVing. oi' all,:ijis .baser •‘pasmow 1 ■ ■ ; ¡Btti- now -< -ii    in 9,, n i;4h. 10  .....# :  bu Uk>Î5^;fi>ar^.>'  . hiv-e.,XU;, Qp.poi'luin'ìy.,to hoàvo,n’ii naaic oycn you^r uig^tdy^ai^d j^t^the, ., world know._^iat yoa ,ure a li,viug.^,^f|,|^t.hpt| ,ytni bave apaijr of lungG,, thut.c^^u^lgçeu , .»ltd tODgnò . thft,i darce ^tp .uttcr, f^i;t,Ì.^ t|io:  I    , i5>}«»■ Ifi^  ,,pj[/pp.rM|niji}'t .pp,t.f<,i;4i ,an,    .  ,.r il.■'•  nnìgi."itrat68. ‘ Society, strangely onough, takes «ide with the ortmV*  thè j)eréób»«f ai sopt<óf tftODStiA', galn.sinevqfÿ*nitenj i»iid agaiitsi ,t|h,0vìarilwl«f^i!»i..t»lÌ4Wi»r»i» à»jWi43.«|i<ltìÌd be iifelutûWd :^p^ti0a)«í&^2:h#l;^pJÍ(3^0i^-  of the citiïoi^,>y;l^'il(^f^ie^jjifep8fU5fi^  io h'ltr on til'" salvnfùin <)/ (h:e '•^^Ì'hÓfo-'i.v perhnfjB^iÂihing' jnoi'e ’■âocr'biy iio-‘ ' i h i ri'^ -th.-i fc ■ wfttfei'fi ! oV0‘^.'ûndèrgTottnd',o thin ' this iinit.-itivc facnity in man;'and hcnOéithe ì‘gtca.ti^<}arò ahd^cattlioft ¡th'âfc.tiiîlgfifc.tKïhc ob-’ iisgCTGiljiij'îifi.' csè5seise/.Li'i’he;cîiiki'ii-;.'ido»Ély - noti irg äown cxinpsçü *ndiin.îrcaitsitiigsâî;q conduct Ofi t^loîjWTiSiïtî Wiiih2î5s5iii&t;3;t*aiîj!^raf ”<jÿihsâf/-cvoVylèîng',».wH-erîdel&ea{çd;iii tha ;ii\ôk!t‘'C'»4wi^Îte15'iicâïoW’'Æhi4‘i>anvaB-i^RniÎ:'l&l i t?hjîiy' V.’ hilov iheî'{»W«Ht'viâi%hrâlÿ^uncoi»^i«u8  •    Of-CVt't^Î'thiiîg,'' T?.}tîî(rà&-hiwô0lE‘!i ïhtffljijkni ■'■will ' obffévvie, th'd'ijiâïe»t;^ijV'ilrt3îiiniwnti5Sof , ^ieaet'tìtìjiiciòiiì is4tjiïkiûg-inipveàgîÇT)'ÿ ôii'iâië  ■Uiblét ot'^tliiii ôWld’Biingtn'ot-yi w.hiofetlfè mv^èà of lime cana.pt cffuee, but >dco^en fiOd doópor,’^ m'ottldinifthé'aosiiîhy of the'soul through eternal agCF. =i;f,;3ii.i‘äi ;  T ' And ' til ns,> as -tha: .^.rejîtL ' rsü oflciiäinc.'! :.tlû)-t!.glkanôoî!StiiDUH>j;.uncn>làiiig; tHe tlcs^nj' f>f his-cbild, üo are yojJi-tó^' :imjiudi$3»5tin^ an iîifluenoe- that-i«e»onini{-K)tent for good of evil on^'lhe;îdCfet{ay fOi‘iiniilu{>i'4vl spirits all rOüïiâ .Vo«^loadìn^.thtJftVV<(l'lBcr to gloryi and Ciod, or co'iiUuctiii^.Al’héMi d.atiSa'islkoCllhè fpîtiH ììloÌì 11 £i;ci':    Huli'-ifui 1 ■' i  •Jì.':.<>tiglu;inot-,’!thcn,;* such •tiaijiufiucjàèei’.ìinjr  •    -t’hn'Ètiiltf friend} -to' bcif^uardoö "èìo&fcalpsaly, ,<^0 ' the v'Tiißt .TiiîStirüblâgti ôfospeetçtore seaied'-on the prcat' ttniphilhéatçro,' dooking down ort the arenif ófi liie',!aud-witnecsirìg  w.Qn-  ;>iai iievi    ir;a&tóL-ì. ,sa;yf  tho ^ace of tho cjearest.proofa of s aruilt. li  IrsWoî    W*    .  1 ;wt«,onlv a tew uavs ago tl>at we read an an-  Si*! Tîiil" .tgsis,üAi^;-.iCta;.; w«ITîiris» ,-  . r-minAttf t\ì>ofr.y ry*'<^ f..——  1. ■ ■ it' <1 -fts-U. c*iiurtai, fo fSctìfitS sjFî if  ?«i-  ,w.t    i* s-iia ■iv.wy,iijr. :)3lJ  hhoa, <iii<.(jio vioHiu—the case isjüüeea g«  lliVi .ïipi'i    -jfH lo i‘ViUit*>W f>äi  perute. ! ' .    ' V-  n i    ■ ■ ......  atho aoulra:.:fel>augo>luB,    ' ^>i!'4‘öfÄr^; b<*= wo^md, ,bonstU.iacd,  ÎÂime.^- à    ' 'n: ¿Vivy.-^vciäc^b‘'biV t.^vcboa^y^^^crj:  •’olothod*\YÌth,aigroatci's.J'.'4>YjiUiu^-H>    ^i-ìvafife>aij!r.eo»rice|, ;  i- -•    - Kw.^*  ,V  .at lu:  First .that for certain prescribed objcuts of ;  ^ iÇiatioayj,.'Ì4itcri'.st —:as.î,for,eigp intç|'»iûur.«ç.i tliC l^íít ÂU^ünisiriitioii, ibree oaìincut siuteà-, , Ii.-imt y;niUlo ‘l'.i ,di-rea;ed, and c\-en  Cl'ciui, peace and : ,| niJu aiiadji>d ! t..» .ibis- hiw ,0; naîijpn-.ii hfc as ; tau^h-, na:uiiiy, i.lcjrgc Washiogl «u,  i    % jiamuicvciui  : ^^r,,;\thiiihtr domèstic or foreign, tlie man- i’ a]>plic'.ib!e, in, as.-^igijod oonungciieie.^, 1.1 the  ag«m,ortt of oomm.on property, the »(Ijudica-,  |idO« (|f commo i cjue.ilion.'K of laiv, and fhe!  ; -lu^Qtenaaçç-of .republto.in organiy,atloa ini ^ ihe , fçvcral îStiitiW-T-thc Union iis supnrjucl t «nd|: ^ereiga, oxcicw in lhe.sc relatim,'.«,,  , hj    ôf tht| poi^plo of the .several Stato.«,  direct j.iÇrtsd(otio|j over their inhabilant.s, pur i »U&at W formsi and within liuiitu of aclion!  ^n<4    >  »Oüi secondly, that as to all oliurmatters coastitutiag thi jircat n>ass of the. inter*, ¡-u and rightsi of MH*n, whether of person br t>ropcrty, thtì|i-iginalfloYorciguty wilhiu cach  relation pf; thè Uoiled j^tiite.-i lo Oubn, tbo s!i.-:^<^.';lÌQn v;a« i.ùj-.V'jìj.ited, in some ijucn-ters, as a .politioal beresy. '\Vàs it sudi ? ,l>id rn.it W.xiÌHii-i >11 hinisid/, re.s.T-.'ed as l:c.was u^a diy in, ripeoeli of .<-aeb incuti r.^;, e.\pr(.-.>;,s tbv sainè idea,,iti one of bis lolter.S to. Lee, aiiticipating.; {woiiiy' ye;irs b'e.'’.irl-b;in !, ilu' acMui.-'if iou of l/ouis'’.aiì:i?, '‘yyhi.;!',uvo, ' thè Ùi..\v    Huid he, ‘‘b.,‘eonic /p  and so .cxteri'd.’d.totlie vvc.^fw'jrd 3-: ri-;ilìy to need it, thore will be no powi'r '.vLieh (-.oi deprivo thoni ol'thè use of tlio Mi.s-.ls-<i i. . I pray you Lo ivei^qb wcil theie vvord.-; -.¡(j  lì ind-^ of on..; by whom it wai  en .so of  \'üi.t. Fiiii^J.u'id-wi.-iely ¡'i.v.ilvc.s uo longer i'. '.ì;-:.uic- '.'.'ith US t!u" ,‘jnpreniMcy of intlueneo  in .lUTÌ.j.n.  Sir, [:vdi'c:-^-ii:;.r;ii.ty.    you, who  u.-w o;;(;uj>y iiod :idv,rii. ihc exocutive eh:<!r of vlio Colli ni-ni.ienl i h oi‘‘ \Uri>ii:ia, k-t lue t:;y ?ve V.M.S a tiüi-':t;o;o t-han (weiity ijf yonlh,ii.'! l,hat i,;\i ^ : 0!' ìb.'jiroifU-; tiltìvc.-', waicii ni.’ìiii.'s o<,-.] io;; ':.' tu tio.* l'uii-c 0 .’ cl'.i-pi-MiC'.r —in :1ì;ì; !::i.o ivr- res:isciti;ìtod, \yi> j ai.'■ ì'i.‘ I ( i'd , i ]i o b.fcol ibi.; l iii't;;,] ‘^'tatv.S j tiiO    'ui 1 t:iü J.’a.-u!,; Oi'.' iii. .^S c  i\nuind^‘d Olir comurvojen th.it;. a: forgottcn  ■^Ibi'tnnatolyj it is-.a poi‘t:Ì«*a;i4' ,Jii,9.,.t!Ì/'.]);. t-iiat '1.S'thus'.'Ttfgiwdcsdi. -l’bxj .<.’Jj:visl!an ;ihin]-;^,he can'Si.^ìbrA to; giye'.the: .Sabbath, and,ab, !,i,our ooolsiomillyxlhringrthe y.;ç^jc, to (ì'fi    .  hi» business' domandi (.h^ .rc.st, ol'_bi-'>,. iiine. , il is bui. l|)uss ? ■V\'^bat i:;. li!s_; bn.-yju.'i^.t -j ¡ it aiiylhing into wbieh Ilio S^jdr^t jjl'Jt4iov:!Ìi cannot enter,, and on■ wbi:,-h bi.'.; ,]detì,;;ija;  ■not be invoked .'*/; 'J ben, i;iy ,( lìi'.,-friend, givo it up-irypu . have : no',bii,:-iot:si; there. God i'rown.s; upou it, and lie luiiy visit yoit iu hia anger. ; You <’annolj, y,o;i y'an-  ^]Voirt '’thc's li-pfij M . rise Inil r-tri'sni fhe -rnifU' l/eiiöatb tlfcir- ibr-t', ;uad-;.i}i;t-kir'ig’ ^tWn VT\êm'‘t‘hô' shneliloi of sau&ur.l 'de-• iiif-i'. FtàiiÜÎ liy/ iW ih'O' friîetlom of - iion.s ót the '■ T.' A’ly*'f '' O, winit'îi:'r^apônhi-br!Ìrj:'1i'  Se'r,' (he  \Kl‘T • ' !’i îfô * 'y o'iii 'thy •'tUiviiiri Vea-iii':h -'ii 'i* • îîy“ n t'ififilti'dwiivÄy a S.^f«ri¥.'.f ^n',' 'V'-Ut' iiJtiJ*-    '»iti'ly  iV)\r' ¥v>fth fô5*‘hépi'vy\î o^' h’tilY läK' a rt!igb^’‘?b'<i'Ìiii;!ÒnKÌnÌ9s.p.'!i r^irot'!^!.;*th<*    -Of .'<‘t.{ì'.iì,,Mt»!Ìi ai^Siiliiug  ' spìi’lt,    <tb&vtJ/;CB a'îjfitind of  not  knowingly,, divide your : ,b'-’’-,'"V  dàH:>A  im^chliseiimìvtìù^- i|'lc1iif|« Row'‘ftfjâf-  ■ -prjàs .«¡jirrJédJ icôiîsüaaa söl est protessional leartimg anu Tiilents inay Ij®  prostifataii ma^öfoated    Mèü’dteat man-  plnyci-, if lv&’ îitavjBl '«ealk]x;-ciioa{|hiiÌ£ fee th«  advocato. Tho remark,.to which we. har« '4 1<- ann .'/tI    '.a    sO.- ,  been conung is'ttus : Tii^t unqcr the false  syinpafhy of thò .püÎÎÎIc, the^. ¿r^oWsly^ or  .4 s i A . V' /-!■ “a’* *'• 'i WPNKMf*«4 fit ITtV*#'« ii%i^    ---1  vi.iuiiiijtv, um.ii liiere .•ioem.'f ro DO a clîaiice ’of a wlu)Ie,>îômé 'roactipu,’ by^8tre8»“i>f"»litter uTÎYi'.i!liï f;A%v'of Is'Nv, and’Valticc’, and pr-' der.’*' 'iiiO’pe'bplü.oi ïiirft‘uAbrè ar? "Ju*t now ■®fn tligiacVof’deanng oii.t suianiary ■vei|g«i^^Ce ‘ 11 offsav.age'nïsx'als. who have long out-■’viigi;[.V‘ü.i;it''|i;v(icii^^^^ .atid 'wÆ^^Q^^îa '¿Ì50 fol-''!(SWiiig renjarfe bif 3 iidge'Wsce, luado ¿V,Elk-'Xti*).,'!/iev,-days siijco,W^ica eonteac/ag  , - - -........-4 Toast, ,ie get-  1 ng ty ed ol )>cftingfindTondnngjoguesaiia StiU tJkiïî ùX.hàHì!i w.-itSi :?.< ♦ 5T , 1 r i.-=t ill.“«. " nero is something so^    i*,““  i bea thy in tho blunt, bold vigor oV tîiè foVîow-  God and ManiinoiJ-7-Gud jin.vç it; ali -(.r .none. And -\'^-ben .vcu . vovvq./.,,;i>.-i'ui-Ci tlie u!-fc.'ir to be the i^i^rd’s un|,.'.-> .v", .(b'e--iv.',d  t\  ^ j'4ai  uuo.;i'i ill tlo.' oi.v,  old '.1l‘4ci t,i.;‘i. iodi ,10  t!l.     . yourself, your- buiine.'ì*) ,w,,.;;^. :,'.j 1.    !r.;d; tiiviv ; ;        !i]>ìóyi      y.our liiuo WJB ali Uid I.lioi'e. ; an.l    M.^d Kll.,SV;\    ' 'p'i'V;!    ■i^bìr-      And. you knoW, bov,' àlv.i.t lu itic    r i.. ;-    ' ii; : ’    :iii      diy. Ilow isili'. ;L oIk,:;ì    a;i.dn —    l,i.: !l'    ;! b li          ' ,vy- , f,-f    O'i    r'; Î.' ’. '      'KNTS to G^ìd.in /M >        i 1 : ’ ; ’ "  ; ';tl    J; ■ ,ì 1 : ;      “ Hfïry mauydiiiid    l;V, or, r;:!Ì!-    -(^4:      ■ or, they ùuiko.;tl.ie UliVicnUy    th-;!U:çivv- -.    <• *si;-'    j 1 -.      -The bum m -beart ,is, e.v,cL', veniV    i',> u’at .    ^ ' '.v ;          exeuse.s undei' ^bicii. ii. in,',i.y, t ¡¡vo    ro.^',U5.e t rpiu .    iie iiv-^i0 *.[      tlvo pr<-iMUre ot.l!rv.''elii,.-iliit.y ;    •iì        xìì:^'      it b;w not the ¡.-teiiby%, (u i.depli.    ■ji.iy. l /l; .0 -il        i'i'A      anil pl.ICC.I in,ii)‘i,!(,0) 1,-i,,^J'')) rj-.,'y    -() ;i 1-  ■ * ii '1 ^              kind uf work in .i'ini    !  M'. I!; t‘ il.    '.....\y    l: ii ìO^^      iinds,tdielts;r aii4 in a:i';nl.        1 '    1 . •  I l V      ^J’bu- oiiiià d ¡Ì.-.S ■ 0.)'    \vu:ì.i n ;; •        iUat ^      diiy, NiMi,bìM'* tloo.3 bc 7*c.o'b ìu.-.jwi    ..1    vi.'          iiiaiiy falle,, 'viib'-'.: i.4i'.ny    fi. ' . 1 ' • ' ' i ■ .              poilltlìH-nU:. 'Vi.!.-' ii v.'.rrl.l,;    1 ' : i i. i    , cfToi    ' ; ! 1 • ?-      and trir.b \V;ifcbin,i;tr.n ciid no'.    will t!ic ti    ;; Oi: C     ^’iifc'alio pl'hrv loiitVw^  ; Ì, .,,, ..V. -.‘Li.if;    V  ' 'mbrò 1).:'’tît>bciaî to, O'»fl» .hiorö eroï|ÿ*4 VvMVih-'j^uv-    =''ïf'^îii'bd''aecds vrm  ^^    inèói^u>ódiousÌ f wouli stà'ttftêrUem  ,1 •• '.',,,1 ’.i, i 1-0;.'i'K■■/a U-^iav.oii ii-. ,1. i    ,    . . , u lì  1;,:;' .0 0 i*; -'ff; -î■ -,-.. . ?    'c^Vaseiciice, of Iheir own gooduetis;  i'hûwfthW.ll li'.ere yU;Ü!'l nów iW ’cwcouìi^od  • V • i : i,* i -  , r iTiiüUKi'v.'^. aii'd the ni;!'.-    lo bbi^dd  ulipin ,.ibc \'r  -f^Toi,; of Cbri.'rteudóui; 'i.s Oi'iai.' ¿k.-iU \\”'.'ìì,  fin’erfVviM t'holiVf.ir that'they arc^iio pianta-  ^    i ■ -. • 1-    4 ■ * -s '■••>• 5- ■ ■»  ! 'blc .both to'ùiyfilîr uSid Ï^uoïl^ ^ivd' tò ^^elf  'in otaCY.s t  ¥  if \.. -.. 4' ;   

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