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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - September 29, 1847, Prairieville, Wisconsin                               AMERICAN FREEMAN. DEVOTED TO LIBERTY POLITICS, TEMPERANCE, AOftlCULTUHE, MECHANIC ARTS, AND GENERAL INI VOL. 3. WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1847. NO. 47. riHltSHtnFVfl.V I I) HV O-X2T, PiUlIB A. OO. E IV J-ACOV HI VKI 1 srom UfOCk, 1 h> M S ir 11 in athance, or withi i thn o in ithervsH' Iwuilv fivt cti'iin tl ht.mi lor iVory thn inonlli'i delay will n ijiiirid I Ut'-i ul nl through lh' I'ust Ofti t i bi p is r i v ID in 1 j Mreia eti lo Oi Pi t VMI r. f nlilivheri grace lo aland by that government in the it shall encounter in this un- godly woild. Liberty AAIKRICA.N FKKKMAN, SL1MI 1S17 imoTULU CLAUK Geo V? C'ult Ins a lei or in Ihi A'ba ny Patriot of Si pt Slh, taking the Libi rly editors lo task for not pubh lung the mitn- ilb address ot tht Macedon J oek Con put in nomination a man that we knew would not only have on opportunity, but would embrace it, to tola down any clear and fundiuiunlal principle of govern- ment, we must in our OH n discretion, take the liberty to withhold from such our vote 'i mine would be true if we were a member ot the Ltngue if in lime lo come we shall be convinced that the League can more useful lo the cause of dud, and nun, we shall most assuredly I avo tin I iberty p.irty and go lo the League. J01JLN Iht) fo'low 1> ie narks from Joshua Vdilion, from Ihe pro'ifi. pt n oi Wm Leav ll, a mine synonymous with honor desei ve a tirtfnl piiusal 'trlmg good Thtv were Goodill siippoip lhal it is the of 1 ibtrtv tdilors to for ill. in- s vis vi h it w ill be n osl ui ct pi bte and profitable lo ll eir n u1. it '1 hi) can nut publish a hundredth p, 11 e1. en ot Unit V huh u vtr) and iiueli Hung tint asMJims to bo sneh Cm si   of materiel w h i h utilJv ateui lu 11 ti to a j lie on i ry odi oi s ta- ble 'I he Libi My i dilorH noiiilly utvtr listd ll.tir roadirs ol Ihe- main pi-iluns assumed b) tin IK w (Ail) Foi ouist'vis, we pubhshttl Iht m in tl t ir uw n wouls, btsiue giving up o ir intiiot litonal eoN limns to a t ions al sit .1 t ot tin Dint, [Halving littiil (Is fruin llit aildreis itu ll, it1) ml out or w th it it uiiMlit 11 ukt Its full impression up. n n I lark issim is I1 t- innlitii of n it hi nl mill 1 In y en b nl) a y i >t deal oi and piaotual wisdom i i Hi: 'll lhu Hun, no y held al W oru-sler Ills s ml to h ui been tlie I u gist Antt Slavery onvention tvor .1 stiublid in llu Slate Wt will putUsh their ri solutions next Mr Luti ut tin. (Joui i-nttun, n lohn P 'i lu ri solutions n by the cotnnmt- lui ol vvliih Mr I. >i as ilie DI 1 nni d u (.1 KIM, to I lit. that ll Mr w II i iliiri. would I I It s t lell 's U e il I is i me lo he 11 ill do Com tiliun .is  r I'ltsiilent, Al isstuhusells Would sup- j ul linn V mi no i was made and oar ritd to stnki i ul 111 il l lauso Ilie tit I iti, -nni iy ie is nu w t ro nun ot l vi h l b 11 th It w e on crat, and is mdcnliGed With the Lib- erty party oi Ihe United Stales, and in proof of il, those gentlemen are prepared to give the best evidence in then poiver, by ca-opetatmg wilh us in the National Convention as one parly We have then the judgment of all Ihe Liberty men m New Hampshire 1 do not believe them is one man in .New Hamp- shire that dissents from this view, or .hat supposes lhat there arc two Anil si i very parlies there. Wt> have there-tore all the evidence, on which sober and rational, and earnest men ought to act '1 here is no reason fpi doubt or hesitancy as to the principles ot Mr IJule 1 behuve him lo bean honest man, and he has shown lhat he is not afrau1 of sacrifice, that he is not afraid of sai rtlicfil, aud such a man is to be trusted on his word We have had it said by same that we have not sum nercd and intend him I ns.lt wlu-rt he was lasl wmltr, ind where he was last Bummer, and the )oai before also I remendous applause ll is said we should wait and see what he will do. 1 ask, when a man stands sol H it v and alone in Iho feenale of the Ll in ed Slates, vv hat he is to dolhil will btlltr prove hs opposition lo slaitiy tlum what he has alioady done 1 lake it, su, lhat as to mi) thing he will have to do tin re, Ihe grealdotd was dune win n he oul loos" I trom hit old pail) associations, ind liiat I his sol vice, laborious, honoi iblp, and nous as 1 have no doubt it will be in the will be compii ilivelv nn easy ser- v lee, so fir as ptiional 6 lerilu'es are evi- dences ot sincerity, K w ill be an tasy ice foi bun in the cumin' time Just as it thuir power They are net willing to wait until the last slaveholder within the Stale is converted by moral suasion only, and a perfectly regenerated public sentiment shall give them a constitution and which will need no amendmnntal their hands, be- fore they begin to exert their political pow- er under them They jutenJed as soon as one half and one of the citizens of their re- spective States arrive at the required point, to compel the balance into true democracy and lh'-j look to to support them ID the meantime, in the faithful and steady em- ploy me ot of all Ihe means, by which we can second and succor them in the great reform to which we are jointly pledged. THE From tfa JVonparal. A SLIGHT SKETCH, LIMNED FROM LIFE. DY GRACE GREENWOOD Throw up the window1 'Tis a morn fur life Ju Ha rausi subtle luxury 1 he air la like a breilhing from a rarer world And the south niml is like a gentle Inend, Palling the hair so aottlj on my brow II has come over qartlcns. and Ihe flowers I hat ItHsed it are bctiaycil lor as it parU, W th its invisible (ineera my loose ban 1 know it has been trifling with the rose And looping to Ihc violet 1 here isjov For il! God cnntures m it 1 lie wet leaves Ate mining it its touch and buds are singing il to brei ho were music, and the grass Semis i its moiltsl odor with the dew Liko the small tubule of humamlv .V P The delicious morning which is glow- ing around me, and which Has recalled ihe exqmsilu description ot our most gifted countrymen, brings also to my mind the recoUeclton of one as fresh and beauliful, 'ID the days that are gone' I well re- member how the sense of lhat morn's ex- ceeding loveliness hurdtned my heart wilh a sw eel how at last, fling n Hsitr t il llmr lissu C. C >ine, luu I li ii'l U t 311, 1) nit up hi b mil Miv tin in I Htu 11 u W ilku if iln i ilk ol tlu, Si n d u 1 i ivij v if I'll I, ti m y aside thedull hoqU which 1 had been attempting to study, I caught my light sun tym 'hu men whose ir emory we dm L ol the liliiitv Pi IH Jm Jjiui, loo i in I i it uul u il, it ii In [HI! hill Ih .idJuss j Jj I, iji (il tin tilt 1 1 v-> aw iv li un 1 lln i o n It) in oui )i Ut ,illl( (ol Ul jLinu U1LI_ ,i o i 't d u i, llit n comes uui tin n tin t oimti v ji follows lh llit i vi e lie-contend m I w mid n't be.it" J1 L lontttii'l loi I) it tlul m) old Inn .r Iiitnl I h ib >d "ui U ll J U is bi Ion- would 'uvi pit tlul iloiiimtn nil In- ll ll- ''tl u llio I 1 I N 1 111 tilt I i mil st Hit ri il it lik It 11 i ,i iiumn in: i j; lh It iiiotims I ul su inn i, Ibis it i tl >m s i li mi pi n iid nu itul fi lilt in ill i nr nitiitiiis r i Him n> m I in m in I ir llu s. tut jun ipt s And .vii) IK i in in t r I tie Ini C nu t nil w lit n on ooiiiprt In n n e tt n IIIKHIS, IN n i U I Ihtin, VKH mil nluoil, his piwds vine iit.tr p il I n thin fit u dttensi' iiviin i It solu'ions tiiittl til nn (h l ill) h U i b 111.50 la (i  J su 1'iu I vi inti in ito bul c ill gt his come r the spmt of lliv Oiojiu itiiiitds Us ol llu un'n i ito, n tht "si i ale ol the I u 1S ol risH.ii) in rt) is, give the gieil tsl tv idi nee of tlieir sinoi ily when ihey gn u iheu ijrnes to be t moiled with tht followtisol thecruoitied Mano' JNazaroth i i am J ibuly llct alii Wi have- itoeivtd Ihe ptospicttio of an intiblivny piper with this title It is lo bj publishtd in JMoundsvilh Mu-hall I ooutity, Va 'It will be i lhu IIH, to. n oralily, re po eiimeij ilion ll vvih he edited by Anson in connteliun ivitb out or more Uls, tdilan, whose lnain ability U8) by alv inumu.l ol ihiloljeo mil wo ii'1 mi wlDiuo satiihots, idwiihih wn.'t n i DI the niooiss lhu bi m "NI w pit t I CO O, ii i v inu i! o) tlu lliiipslmi, 4 the i ime pi mi l I ill llll l S ll' i u ut l> 11 t llll I isk I, 11 us tllL ,hu pl sporily brtsis on wlieti ti> build 1 tie papir conltMiiplatrs In u Is oil buy tht rtloim ul nu'muoui puiitiLiI ami U-gal siiue- objtot, amlbl_s sluvtiy has lulioductd into 111 uid uneondiiionally to opi lutt, w uli III nsliUiUons of Virginia, and i lie iidvinliges ot maintaining a well- nil uctod nt wspiptr, of an ail slavery IIH uul ut in notbv ilioi nviiool thing i id p i d ml ol ill v i ia di J I urns, lh iii) n il C 1 u k i lit s In the Stale ol 1 li t i his u tut n holm, vvuh Ins )o on pi lilici'tunes on n il )iii p dines, the-sup p i lu sot tht vi en nol known fie fmnllii old tlin iluit  n lhat tin. ,eKlj and if 'revolutions never go bai U- llioy miy hope to seu thur vvoilt pi nipt i, tion to final triumph We bave seen some pitasanl anti slavery un Ihc utiiiosl ot Couu Whi i Mr Cla 'v vn I us lun t' e W ut, he told uu re pi it d v th i is in t n DI u( the ie ih n lo tile anil silver) th i i the- n u n if ihe A il oi al parl) bul ere known lh u liuinls is tlu Liw "J u I 1 i pinlv, ml lj ibeir lenls is ihi 11 n i s m Now n, if thi fiit vi on-, lint llu it [1B in n m Aovv II inipshno hid evir illy U illsoid vv lib the I but) ll j ilu me ODI in 1 i ul vs ilh us, 1 so-e n >t vv h) 111 t u ut t is propel I u Usloeo tyciulo WI h li it n in in should M e tin m Jint is lu nnd d n, ns u hi ol tne United ourielt siw tlum, in onli r to stctiri v jle o are of thi i inie optnu n now, u d he is not o knou n tin FI tore vvhv ho rtp-iatuls U4 us ih m d )It-is H is lha. he gots p >n tin piouiul til it In. Ins not a vi rv HUM ntnl i in i'.i out out s toiisisti ntv, not keiisilive to the i ol I l Ui s liuo opt l ate with ihe Livv and Or i'i i pu I) ot Khoili lil.in I Vul ihi) go iirllui wt h.ut i Hud I ibtil) puty in Ni 11 u ipsluri-, i u devolul, Diginu- t il iiiul uleiitilied lh us toi ft wi) lli) hive .htii t ii did ile foi Gov u nor vi as i Hniiuti.il J" tli m anil the Indepi nuanl Oemoorals id lul'd b m ind loi him Bv Ihe u ll.n, ol I In' I Kelt r Convention, ta 1 un- u is o-ie ot pi though we lt] (urinal un arc 1 little st'iisiliv o to llio lilt a ol lining ion, ind smoe lh it liinu, lluy have not had   lo th 01 Utl, I u.k 01 lur st t'le ol pi uipU> fttl oullt 1 upon to ii nuiui in ilie 1 ilti n niieling lo mj knowledg an 1 think thai 1 am putt) well inlanued i upon ll e subjtct, tluit has nol been one n 11 11 p u.ite Item the Liberty parly up cluelly ot ViigmiaiH, who llllehed iheir luirjed on iho olhel sltlo ol M lion S, .Dixoii, wlnle tie) heaio, oui gospel adly on ibe soil ot v.mia, lioin our liioiul Doctor Lemoy who, bv able and labors has mult niiiistII risponsible lor iiiueh ot ihe anil slaver) sentiment, now ull mating it self w thin lhu iigmii bordei In d a loyuc, d'haln, .ind public, discourse, tlie Doctor H, we think upon Ibe win It, with- out a rival m the West He wqsihu e-ii- lust, mil la still the able si adv >o lie of ah ulitionisin lhal we know beyond the Vile It ever any mm .vas mstant in and out of season, and ov. rj whire, abounding 111 this ot tho Lord, Dr Lovnoj no is tli.il man. '1 his innkof piogttsa suggests the s wh ch have done so muoh to pioduot it, nor could we piss it by wilh oul pulling our cougratuUl ons into a pa ruilhesis, but the kindling of tins new in iijjitiia, is mori) dneolly qonnecl- unit i n lotis I at has become of the Independent bonnet, and bau.n.ded out of the house, winch outward bloom and beaulv had sud dtnl) rendered priaon-nke. 1 then Iqrned my steps laviardahne old mansion, the home of a. very lovely girl, who had been cndtared to me by of constant and mtimiie intercourse Of hte there had hei a formed a now tie lo bind oqr hearts she Ind Ueionie the betrothed of 'one ot a farorila cousin., and the engage mini wai a joyful event to all concerned AJoore, Annie thou glides! before me, m thy Ijveliness, like 4 gentle spirit from a holier dime' With thy form of lily like grace, lull and fiagile, i With tM head's ihming bar Is, And all Us wanni; eujls ol with thine of sofleil violet a.nd (hy oheik of deliuttesl rout bloorft I must II ink ol Oligen'lest 13 I linen thee well and l A >uun leroatuie, VMth a lio ra i mce .mil a sou olglce l simlcliot ol some Uvoiite tune, plume my fpinl's wing for its upward AKFUC1 ION U U hut place jour hand upon my hearl' lh.il you may know when 1 am gone ponr William twcame intensely desirous lhal their union might lake place. Annie's friends readily atst-ntrd, bat she, ta our surprise, firmly refused to grant the mourn- ful requestof her broken-hearted lorer. evening he was silting atooe by her side, as she was half reclining on a couch, hectic flush was more startling bright than usual on her cheek, for she had suf- fered much that day, and as he thought how very near might be the dark wing of God's dread angel, he took her wasted hand m his and 'Oh, n.y Annie, let me call you fore yon leave me1 You would not be sj utterly lost to me then, for 1 would know you bearing that sacred name tn Heaven. Kefuse me love 'Oh, William, William, urge me no longer.' she replied, U must not, cannot be 1 am the bride of Heaven, you must not be my husband, hear me, dearest, you musl no longer be near is precious, bul it is earthly, and it comes as a oloud between me and the glories of that upper world, to whieh 1 hasten Your voice, in) ovt n, is sweeter to me than the hymns of the angels, heard in my driaiin of Heaven We must part, every hour renders you diarer, and hovr can I leave you at lanl" Wilh heroic and martyr-like calmness Bfioke ihe mistaken tor a pure love, for one worthy, is the hohetl' as missionnrv lo li dn On thehst (v e and for presence ning of went with him lo the who 'is love Igijve ot our lost one We rtmnmcd till William Gordon saw her flrmnrs, and grass was glittering wilh and The henrn-i Jeep, nol only in And William Gordon lifted his voice in and designs, bill d. op IB tha a prayer, all saint like subrnisioo nnd child like tnve lie solemnly and tenderly com- mitted the pifsinfrsoul uf the wtie, the daughter, the sister and the friend, lo her Seticur and her meekly implor eil for the stricken mourners, the mimttrt- tionsofthtt blessed Spirit Suihlenly he heart had centeiiili His brow became convulsed and his von e wig low and HS he added, 'She has leA us, oil, our Father, she is with rhfe now 'Gone our Annie dead'' exclaimed poor little Arthur Moore, and springing foi ward and ousting one look on Ihnt still fate, he stretched his arms upward sister, sister, come back to us, come back l> We her in her bridal tiress, even to the while rose bud, twined in her gold- en hair We laid her lo rest b) her moth- er's side, in n lovely rural grave yard, nnd a few months after I took her favorite rose-tree from the garden, and plunltd u OIT her brenst Our Annie had been pnne from us a )eir, and ibo rose wus in its firsl bloom, when W dliam Goidon cume to bid us a long, it might be, a last adieu He was going oul that iib weik and trembling Iroai Ihe excitement of lhu seine, and 'In close hen I ahutling up Ins p resolved to yield instant and uncomplain- ing obedience to her wishes He rose up the stars were thick in heaven Miny timus turned poor William to depart am! relumed again We bolh had remarked H bud, veiy like the one Amur wore on her m diy, and at that sec calmly, and imprinting on her forehead a ond bridal, when she was wedded to tilt- kiss ot mingled love and anguish, turned w hen ut lasl William summoned I lre and was gone1 Annie buried her fa.ce in her thin, while hands, nnd remained in agony of prayer and grief came (ague regiets for the course she had ta ken, pmnful doubts of the qecussily of siienglli to go, he plueked thin and pUced ll m his bosom, wilh. mun) loirs i ings ind nuVclutns loo I heat- we al- mo-l lhu only highland feu- tun led lo ruined man. Oh, then, genlly guard then, and sull. i not to fa oul m those bright sparks ihm bo lanntd into a hoitv.'nl) llutni: ihoo. etei iff a one who had ijiieiiehid alii-ctiou, in I u breast, andpulotii Uul light lh it pointed him lo g nitl nnd luily and marked how Ilk-, a wnnuYnnj klur. vvus thai forsakfn soul ovir on lo tis UVVM rum Oh ihou touldst uol. uv) him, sonu in iho- depths ot si tishiuMi, his brow unghl w.ut- ihe Is ot u n.ihle and God liki mltil el. 1 here will be dark hours for Imu, vv lit u tin voieeoi I une shall du-ond his i tit- uuauvid, w Lit eartUly honui s shi I f i Je And loutli gHtlur o'> r him then lui not ne. d, atiV lion's loins and foi kind eomuiig from n li mputh zing hearlf Cold tsleem nnd udiiinaliou iatiii.il alAuvs siiliify ihey nuv pliiisi m liul ihtin ire tmifs whin tlu hi nil is full mid fuin liutl some- knnt spinl to whom itinvy unl )iom its deep 1 hero arr ot ifleelioti m .-v.-rv be u I, mid the 'iiu.l lout! ft I onee if not Yis, thdit whisebobom tin il bid w ith Ion and .nil) but lluy w el e co dl) .til uuil tt train ot ences thiown uiuund Ihein, till lluy luintil lo look upon tlu u >i W us utlcily lv iilh'.vs, uiul m.idlv givi I lie tist ln> up ti> unrosti i.nt d sollislmess 1 (aim it bul pily the n, for llies sullt ret) nuitli .nui btiuallitlie weigiil ol nijtii.d titimgtii- tin1) ooijiil bcoonii ihe wieltlus lluy now Is thert null ol in ilion w jild Dins ilnot wilt bii- 1 olht r, w ho art> doubt not ip his distant I.OJIIP, "f llfa logothu -lugethfr have Ihi.t d.ukened land, wheie he is toiling foi rijoiti; in Ibo hopes, C insl's sake, ih it flower is stilt n clwr.slv- and unk honialh ihohanu sonow Surely the sacnhce h made Presently I et memento of his sadly beautiful past, and their enough lo endui. in life without she heo.rd, a, well-k'iown. a touching remindor ot a shore lo which had returned HIS calmness had fursqktrj tiastenelh, an unfading clime, where him, and he murmuied imploringly muni you to die alone, A.nrne, let me lola you once more to my lii-qrt, before 1 go it will me strenglh He knelt an une knee beside her, reach- ed iortli his arms, and sobbing like a child, she leaned upon his bosom INo word was spoKin by that pair, lov ing and faithful unlo death, while I he Hood of sorrow swept over iheir hushed spirits. as ihe fountains ot Uic soul's gienl deeps were broken up Yes, silent, but not tearless, knelt William Guidon, with his lips pressed against the dear head which lay upon his hearl AI last he raised his eyes heavenward, and those lips moved in whispered ptavfr he unwound his arms nnd would have rism, but Annie movid not she u.us cliiiijwtj to his A, smile of joy u radiated his mournful face, and his anps once again enfolded her .She looked up and irmrmurtd with some thing of her old playful lenderness, moio touching lhan the wildest burst ot grief, 'Are )uu not stronger, dear William 1 ftar not, my love l'l hat is strange, for when I felt the strength ebbing from my own, heart, I thought it had (lowed into yours ''lhank God tor Ihe weakness winch is love ler slrpngth I must never leave you, 'A'ener 1 he morning of the wedding day had come, and 1 was Annie in her bridal dress, a beautiful muslin, guiltless of ribbons or lace 1 wished lo twine in her hair, a smill string of pearls, which w is once her molhei'fl, but she gtnlly put U fiom her 'What, no ornaments I enquired 'None, she replied' 'but yes, if you will go into my garden, you will find a lovely white rose Irec, which William planted when 1 first knew him, bring me one of its buds, nnd 1 will vveur tl in rnv h nr 0 wjuijeunt by my hiitc benoalh the ally ot Juno William Gordon, the lover of Annie iMoore, was an yet a must lovta ble embodiment of Intel- loot, mmlmcss faithful aft'ections and fer vtnt piety He was a young of Div been self-supported self ed- ucated, -ind at the lime of the commence inert of ibis skolch, was in the expeclu lion of enuring upon mimsliy in the conrse ofihe )ear 4nil this man, poor, unknown, and de- voied to a. holv Mlhng, wil8 lhe Choice of Annie the wealthy, ihe beautiful, the luxunoualy reared1 was passing wprld'y anas wondeied at, ind our sewing circles goastpped about Ihe mailer, for a monlh or two, and ihen Ihe rolllid tide of our village flowed on ns usual I was on my way to pay An me a morning visit William Gordon had called Ilie nighl before, lo bid us ndieu, as ho was to be absent for many months, and 1 thought his hflmlhed might need, a Uule cl rering up. 1 found her sitting at her work, as usual, ind but a slight iremu'oilsnesis of ihp voice, and aghslening of the long brown lash i 1 beheld one so extju silly, so 1 have seen brides rarliant in healthful bloom glil.eriug in dazzling in rich veils and costly wrealhes, bul told ot ihe painful purling which had jual t.ikt n place wonderfully beautiful, as thai dying girl, with her dress of simple wh le, her one hen will William, return presently ormirent, Ihe Uewy luisireofher sofl blue eye, nnd Ihe deepened hectic Ol her cheek l When Ihe cerenunv was to be performed, she wished louse, and as er cj nrtd 'In less than a jear 'And then 'And llu u we are lo he hold she was too w eik to stand alone, 1 stood by yourself in readmns lobe m) bridesmaid her side, and supported her bhe smiled Ihe summer season ot eir- and prayerful toil, wilh the young stui't tit, and of patient, hopetul, and sustaining love, on the part ni his be ihiothed "1 tie" came the chill autumn, followed bv a winter of uncommon se ti? w itu olher decisive titditalions of ad v, lit) Our dear Annie, while on, a night vaiicemenl, alt along the bordei hnd of visit lo a d) mg friend, was exposed lo a _W II If.-f. .1...__ .-.In..1.1 ..I. sadly, as she remember, Grace, 1 promised you should be my brides- malt] Ui mural putv tit .Now lliiinpslitie U hit Ills biionif ot the Libeit) purty ll bis 'one, to the doclnnts ot art) i i.l.tr ib.in to lo .ho tiUn, Horn u, M mU llltll >ns u, of true t n and if we oil to looptiate will) us .is the Liberly should >m the- I we should i'o u piri) nit lluie, 014 inucd, ind well organ- to work and truth to triumph As the hi-aiitiful marriage ceremony (thilof Ihe English procteiled, the lace of the bride became expressive a! lernalely ofearthl) and of henenly love, .......I............. ------s of softness and ot sublimity, of the woman -livery Lustern ionnessee ami Wtslern sudden and fearful j unj Of till it grew absolutely Virginia, we are told by ihe fcditor ol the does.not m> reader anticipate the mourn- ariorcMe Lunisvi.le Evamieer, are about to move lul consequence' Her molher and elder At ihe hst, she received the tearful con definite.) and tor ai li slavery siiters had ditd of consumpHon, and soon, gniulaiions of her friends vtilh a gnceful legislation Tluy vull by demand Ie liw graining to eu.h county lo decide by ba loi, whelhir si i ery shall oDiilmue within u 1 bus, t d, am su lo hui.tiii on lo coiopleto success si nil we leave this fact and up a n line 1 am surpnsed u >u should be raised in i U ml I it wi at llio bidding n higher im IIMS The Uuih u we are iindir .u iinteh to go mil ht p li.rm .i-iollu r j'tj a part) which shill i mhod} horn on -o an thi Libcily pui) (.invention of Massachu inltcn more apphcntions ol our jrenl nrm s Us 1 thought, ll u we were nol con eiple, as League adht-reiiH wuo to form their parly Wo- mean, a m ilttr of mere principle Wo more and more believe that there has yet lo be n whii.li it r  the Liberty parly pa- restricted trade, war, secret ibe ijiior-uice of the masses, rum, ness, nnd Sabbath breakiii''. loi u n nut, bul tor an which, iioomplish, we should be mosl hap pv to let pooi names be burud m blivion 1 lieu we should let lhat parlv Wo- mutt yet have and eul irged legisla- tion on all these questions: W e mein to be of those w ho keep a shtrp and constant lookout for urw applications of the pnuci- m rSc w Hampthire, ba received aa a lailliful coadjulur, tnd recogpized pan anil paioel ut lhu Liberly party of tbe Uui- led Slated 1 had formerly doubts on that lu-lher it uas tully idenli- litd wiih the Liberty party of tbe Uni- ted Slates, and 1 took, in conjunction with otht r frauds, snii.sfaclory and honorably to settle that question, by ctrtifer- pies of tha government of God, and by mice with some of the itt Kentucky has decided in I'm or oi a new Constitution, and a resolute struggle will be made in the Convention, for Liberty lo the bondman and his master luieeanli- slivery nevrspipers wilhin Iht slavt felau-a' I hv- Lira at W ashmglon, the Examiner in Kentucky, and the Cusis in Virginia alt tully committed, and deliberately directed to the overthrow of the of domes tic slavery, and the feudal institutions which accompany and support it. This u t-and murt il u piotuisu ot cer. lain and speedy success It is worlhy of remark, also, lhat these alt urge political action and the employ- ment of the citueD'n cooatitutional powers for the abolition of slavery No union with wiH dowetl eaongb foi1 who lo cut loose tad tioat but those m Sunei focj Ibaf ihay most suppress it bv all tM which God baa1 pot in very soon, the seal of death was oa ner blue-veined brow, and tha very voice of the grave sounded in the hollow cough w hioh shook her fragile frame We knew lhat she must die, and she unlike many consumptives, knew U also, yel she was strangely averse to acquainting her absent luver with the fearful iruih She wrote to him lhal the had been was slill suf fermg from debility but that he must nol bo tiuubled about >t, nor painfully surpris ed by her changed appearance, when he should return IB the spring Not one word of the dread, last parting before them, the grave, which might ihe bridegroom, tike from hmide, To in ilsbojunj, beautiful brii'o At length May came around again, and when H returned William Gordon, Ibe young clergyman He was bowed to the earth by the great sod unlocked for afflic- tion which awMttd ineekly 4rack be bitter cup, for hu God had unngW it. WM pBUing rapidly from otonr and more ID fora, and ugeiip m spirit evtr livelh the rcae of the bloom ol i minor, tn the sun hgnt of God's si ii'o 1, too, am afir from her grivp, b it 1 know almost to a day, when lhat roee-lree is in bloom morning, I other bud is unfolding over her it louds Ihe air wilh perfume, ns it to Ihe pissing al I'voniug, adding unkindn.-9s to in iKc Ihe cup iiinie bilter Uul ihe (oui K inpilhy lull hi-aling balm, and no us in gi Is' v isils to lhu .stii._ken spml. 'Cislnol iheu alltolioil from v will il htnd lo ou ibrough the win Id mil n id ucd loving none Oh if theie is a paiudise on cuilb, it i-, when- kindiivl sp rils hi n- is ihe golden ohiun thai binds nil hoarti '1 litre in llu home ol bliss ihey si e nffliilum's gilhinng sioim, and cling how the alarlight trembles around it, and ti) oach oilier, nnd joy how sweetly sleeps the cool dew drop in whe'imll wnhcial is dark In IKawn nil Us g'owmg hearl' ls >ve> ll ls 'be of iingcls 'i hert'-. I not n nole ltt.it wikes from Ihc hirp but vibialts with pun ..nd uuiapl- urt t uUeolion, and tlu ulcd spirit llml Ion; toiled llj and poured oul his lii-ail's sy m pjitb) fin minis, and often Alt III'S AIX.l ootnc not spinis Irom the ttilnis of i; o-y I o uyit is in tUvs of oUl tnnetj ul it an 1 aneient stury lie iven moic distant J or lu-> 1 jrlli e'd hen lov i d innluiii, now I) colit jntli lewnrd in tin. full tin mKbip o! iho bit I, mill in tin' smili ol (.ml w ho is lhu i of lovt (Mio) C wicr liwe I wlieu sunset elonds like- IK h bstiners n i hi it h) J cafeh Ihr-gkiim ol soi ie I itc speeding le roufiatb ot tlie Ami ofl, Mars in ilishnt ctnltmss VVt-ro r ilmlv lislciicil hie ami Ion0 IS it mtnre's pulse beil m a soli inn stilliitsa Bearing; no echo ol Ihi ser I Betl lehcm -jail their 1 ist anthem 0 slirs bef ire the Gin ttini J VVdatlie r isl piesence I mwnin prison Or whuire niitMi ia llieu h nn3 Antl ai o they ill within Ihe veil Kp irli 1 1 here DO vv nmi, Ami nidii) i Inr Iron) fuuniri Ins s iitul Since angel t jui h has calinctl i inorlal brow F )reiilh ban then (cirrus ire mou tied But of micli el iy JH (jthio is all btlow Ibou0'h Impt .ire warning, ftiici bnght pi fi Jei! 1 now thorn by the love ri llit n lir i n: w iLMOi iso SOU 111 AND 1 HI. I'HUslDJ i nu seen ni-jCis by Ihc s eL otit- i pi lj H Hit soil Ion L in 1 (he an iiulli lie 1 1, manner, and with I hi; mout th'.. erfu! smiles about her lip> It was morning born of blocm and soft, so glowing, it seemed i rainbow cHsping HIP sweet earth, mclliiu in a cmcnant oflove Annie Gordon was tying on hi r couch by an open window, with her fair head ported on the breast of her husband And she.afalher'sjov.a brolhei's pride, the of two short weeks, was leaving us now. Every sunbeam w tilth looked in- to her eyes, saw their violet hue grow pa- ler, and every soft air which kissed her fa- ded hpi, bore back a fainter breath on ill light pinion Her doting father knelt in a doep trance of grief at her stood holding one of her hands in mine, while at her feet sat her younger brother, Moore, weeping with alt the uncontrolled ptigiooateness of bo v hood Annie had lain for some moment! appa- rently iDsenmhle, bul she looked up yet once more lo Willia-n, with her owe sweet sod ronnnared, my Will Jhe I M'jnmj ind wo think iho- (iluu vvuh nun) oi the less impoi- i m joum iK ol tin Lino I JOD pin still si mil n u j l jr tin pimcipli- ol No MoitSlur Itrnliiv liny .ill >vv lh n ri u't rs lo st t in w h il iv llu t IDS ul I rtt dom is lo be nu l in llu u nt Na- Uomil Coiveilinu llu fillowmg ex- li.u Is fioni li idusoi In opinion on th it side si-tin vv >tth) t' gt Del ll .lUi n- tiou diitt HiiMn of Mississippi, >n n li (er to the ti ivt iiuir ol u know ibi noi ipl ol th i ninu Kt 11 hitions, s i) s. I ft mill In mu i d 1 hi Sjuilh unitidiiilhi m M I'M suit ulial l.l.i- iion, if llns wh ill ipuslum is mil iiiKiu ili- hf Ily vv iihtlraw n iioni Iht uniiisl, hy a pli rait >ru i'i) mult to ibsl un fiom ill dislnil) itu e ol l nit I lei t net on tin- s um of .Slnif, tlDiuij; llu I'usiilt nliil ler n Is >min h s) nip s wilh llu- st mum nts pul iorlb in llio' Wiln.ot I'm-. vii .nielli I) luv oi ID niv, opini in i in gt I, u single i let It i il v oli fi.iml'ii oiulh .in 1 I nun tn i inn nl ifit ti Milt Jrtiui On ibis sul 11 llu ri it no division o! uiiiunl m M i It is eoiniii )n gr uui I, nn hi I) bys and Dt nooials e in holli mull i in' i tod H ipl roai w lu n vu ih i I hi ealli tl upmi ID ID iki iselteiion t a I'n si )i nii.il t m- diil ilt I auu-ppi si d uul in this I lint k: 1 li u itho llu i oiiiii.un stiilin 11 I in MIH- s s inio( on v nil ion vi ill. our Noillurn I rui inn uilh'ut n ih-ilint t uxtiimtumlintj linn llu od botwotn It.o living ainl Iho ilciil Antl if my t bv cvtlily .limn. bnidcretl, 13ehekt no ll qlv r ibnn in an 1 loubletl sin iwihin licj smiletl upon ihe is Ihtio tbcie hivcb in n the prison Infrovitle tlul s lonitl iw h nlli Antl ul er' Ihi x pistcd Iht jjllui It He 1 he "y j mournoi a hop had bull) I uvo sccri whose il iqnenci; llollat the riiluoho s )J ttie liiunu) bit tl, Ihr btintl slimcnttol net th ami otscvv III lai J- 1 hat Hope might reach Ihc ffciuig in 1 if prest Anil h) hut iirte Ihcrr- mover! n Foim ofbcinlv, Jlowcrs along In-: patb t f life, And looking up vvuh mccli in I love lent ml) J cilled her anu 1 bul lie ailed her wile Oh, rrwiiy a spirit w ilks Ihe wor d uniicei'cJ, I lidl, win n i s "cil (I sadness Ind S mil soir lUft h[ nnoii> un inpede 1 Andivcu liUt i T '1 he jf the sculptor may n oulder the wealth ot ihe burd Oi ruay wilher, the throne of conquerors in iy b shivered h) an opposing power into at- o ns ihe faint of ihe warrior rniy no lun g r be h) mned by the recording nnnslrfl, tbe hope may be disappointed, but thai w bich hallows the collage u -id a glory aioundihe, shall never de ciy ll is celebrated by the aogeleof God itnuriiten on the pillars of Heaven, and reflected down to earl b will' Hum ll om. l'i nnsv Uiujia tt mg ismiw ihsolult I) tfm i moi q> eilion u. not to We learn from the Wineheitfr Virgim an, that thirtern prnperl) of Mr Newton Bowley, of lhat place, tscapet tiom his preimsei on Saturday nighl.w.-tk, and although piompt measures were ta ken for their recovery, lul two of tba nttm- ter yat beeo recapturtj t mtu era 10 Nrtiiot al CoilMnlioo tt L uf perfeitff Jit in Iv W( HI tild von p >orlhirn 1101 nn t bul then wu n .n d nil kno v bt lort band i imt' tl The ibama Dtinocr-itic Stan OOHVCII- li is '.lit on" of the tnott if IIKI inn et >J anil cuiictrtt >l c re riJtd b> lht> uliuvi reso- I ti >r lesisli ig tin i ft r ni e b) thu e e .il .over mmit w ilia tu i bi a Listen un ill n js as H i lujmioos It) h i-l ivelioldiDj Iht it i- uil r> lu ll is Cuin etuioii solo. nnly 1 )ge tl lil t.ith otlu r and lo tesirimeid Ih Ir fel'ov lu Hsuj.%   

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