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Athens Southern Banner (Newspaper) - October 22, 1841, Athens, GeorgiaA atm by Albon Chase. A poetry to Georgia Friday october 22, �841. X a 32. For tic suit liken ban or. Kyo it i Dekalb co. Go. When hoary Limo waa born to Light a no in Phoebus struck his lofty flight Vlin Tarsi Young morn on dappled wings. Melted away the dewy things t Oval then was seen this Rockjr a Pyramid that never Slick a an fling away us lost to Lime Ali list Yon Bright Sun should dim less Shine. A million years May Roll along. And the last annual and it Strong and newly fresh when ancient torn As when it caught Day s beams uns Tom a thousand years and who were they a i Hal made nature their Hope and slay within the crests of this High Tower \3jxui brow who built their Bower Nho built the fortress crumbling now upon the Vav Catchi beaten brow f what legend can tradition Tell tir poetry draw and paint so Well of then that mounted first this Wall looked in Bancum Over nature s Hall heraldry and history arc traceless As the cloudless sky it a plough i Waters of the Infin l sullied and without a slain ? Hub nature has her inon Unicel when Man is Loni n a w ith annals renal yet Echo now a one lath broken on the Solitude thai Lime Erst kept upon his throne. Over coming years to annual Brood and sound of voices mingles where none need he told a Hermit Sere. Would seek his lonely place to bless the vie less Solitude of rest. Tiling Ion t Ann 1811.__ j. F. 1 Ain Ive or alone. No Jervis. I am never alone at Early Dawn when the Lark Potts her joyous notes on High when the ili amond flew drop gems the Lawn and the Daisy opens her tearful Eye 1 am never alone with fragrant air. The spirit of the first Young hour is there. In one Ion our songs a thanks to our god for the and skies for the Early a Lawn the glittering . For the heaven of song the glow al hues Fogt a iii life the Light the love we share a a Hanks thanks lor the Khoii Gorsof Praise and 1 am never alone at warm noon Day when the Breeze is drank by tic scorching heat. When the Lark has hushed his thrilling Lay. And Tho Flowers shut up their odours Sweet i am never alone beside me lies i he spirit of the Wood with deep dark eyes. My heart is stilled Wii i Flower and Hird. My song is with that spirit heard Low soft As Summers by Cali arise a a thanks to our god for the Earth am skies i or the he al g mgt it it a a a a Moling Glade. For the of rest Ilie Calm of Shade for the love the peace we share in ii Anks 1 thanks for the thoughts of Praise and i am never alone at evening s close. When one i Fiering Birds bid Earth Good night. When time insect hums round the Laurel Nise and the Bat flies Low in Lue dim Twilight 1 ant never alone on Bend Cal knee i ii spirit of then Igi it wind prays with me. Ing than Cote Versal Ion. Dress manners and Cha meters were fully discussed i parties ii tid Fliri unions a fall the endless round of Hnin i Lberts and Fier Cousin Ann were among the most 2e�lous a Mma Heiner one of iho direct resses of the a social a a How handsome she said Henry Benton to his Fri tid Tarwid a and so benevolent too. Did you Bear How she spoke of the no poaching fair 1 Lead heard her Tuii sister Catharine Quot that it would do so much Good. How unusual to hear Young ladies talk of such things. 1 must become let al ter acquainted with her a and crossing the Doorn he began an animated yith miss Roberts who failed not to convince Lii i still More that she was truly and i common by disinterested. A a i had no idea a said Ilii iry to his on air return Home a a that Sotir Trocle was so in pleasant. I think .1 shall More freq Emily in accompany you a and you Are Here before me Jmie a said Catharine advancing towards tier. A yes 1 have been Here some time. Mrs. M. Has been very sick but Slie. Seems More comfortable a a 1 have never heard of iter until to Day answered Cagliari be or i Sli Ould have visited her Lief re. I have i brought her some trifles Wlinich 1 Hope May Benefit her till we Cari do something the sick woman if a had what justly my due i need nil trouble of i ers so much. A lady a said she striving to speak distinctly Long Long nights have i Quot never closed my eyes to sleep striving to earn something for tii self and my poor Cli Ildren. She told Ine Stiless 1 did the work cheap 1 could not have it and i did it almost for nothing rather than not do it at All 1 but 1 have never been paid even that. A a who employed you mrs. M tasked Cathie ii. A a miss Roberis sent for me and gave me her a a it is pleasant a re Plicki Catha a sewing 10 do night she Seiil me word Rixie a a i sometimes doubt its Utility. J he that tii Dess 1 completed Sec work which 1 Soiu Wlinich is a comp is hts a a by the Young la had out Fogt a a week she must withdraw it All Dies 1 have soared was taken a rom and thus Fram injuring the interests of poor persons and the a a do not agitate yourself about it mrs. M time a and Money thus spent in Osi Eti said a a your wants lation and Parade lung by lie employed in a a shall lie supplied until you Are Able to exert More Nim Jile and private Way by yourself without a a Yon Are Loo scan Tilous my dear Catha but my dear Romig lady i cannot but a a a surely United Ellbert must accomplish think of it. 1 should not have Mii ipod it for myself for 1 am sure unless 1 could Hojko to line More than individual and sociability and Friendly feeling Are thus promoted and As miss Rol crts told you others Are a i Hope it May let a so but do not in iii me show my gratitude lor your kindness and watch Over my children a lor Hilt to think of them a or. censorious if i say that 1 sometimes think Oil this instant stepped in at the door but not be i _ i n i air .1 i Jig Perucci cd lie did hot in tempt Lier by a costing his sister. �?o1 have Semi them cry for bread and 1 told miss Roberts that destitute As 1 was 1 child sew for anything that could procure them bread. Long nights 1 have never slept limit Laboured without rest to pro tire them Sonje Thimig. And when i asked her for the Money she said she never paid those Little sums till they Amon cited to some Ali iii and added site could not Stop Eit Lut ers inight still More if these Young Radics were each of them to visit those scenes of poverty and distress and give their counsel sympathy and assistance. Now it seems pleasant to them to Riiel together when Illey live no other engagements and talk in general terms of Chasity How few it is to Lee feared know what arc and Pertev Cratice against obstacles in order to do would know him by his perpetually Yinqu iritis for the residence of air. Brawn. Not. Content with this he turned to every farm House and told the inmates in great alarm that a madman had escaped from the Asylum and to be on their Giard against a Man who would inquire for the residence of or Brown. The thing succeeded to a Miracle. Johicy Bull had not advanced far on his Way before he perceived a Man Plant himself on one Side of the Road brandishing a if ick Cudgel and assuming the attitude of one who expects danger and was resolved to defend himself to the Quot Lasi. Johnny thought it wits singular but never thelus put the question. A sir can you direct me to the Readence of or Brown a i though i Yon was tie Man. Now look Here stranger Yon just conduct yourself respectfully and keep Yoiiro own Side of the Road for if Yon co iii near me i Swan to Man Ril you a Johnny a eyes opened and iii Mouth Loo. A my dear Friend 1 done to want to approach Yon. I Only wish to know where or. a a Weil now Ion just follow your nose and Don t Nilest i of holy you Tari Ial a a Otto a letter go Home Ami get on yogic waistcoat.�?�. The mail who seemed in a hurry passed on. Joii imy after him an instant quite and Ilicin proceeded on 4iis Way saying to himself a veil upon my word that Personas conduct was worry he turned off to a farm House. A woman was silting at the door sewing. When she perceived him she started from her seat and darting in the door held it for an instant while she to me that ladies like miss Roberts for instance Are More to be Ndini rcd for Ilic sincere Benevolence of heart which they display than for All tie charms of person or even t f a a i know not Huir of miss room its which a a i cannot judge them so . It seems for she was going to some society or Circle she called it and. Could not listen came Home but i could not support it any longer 1 could not even go out to beg food and of my children -1 must have perished had not this Angels a said she turning to miss Gle Asoli would contradict unit appearance of , j with tears in her eyes and. Then sinking Back. Miscellany. I i Agio Sabie boric via Lenic. We a to too i incl a clix the social Chain i iii us to each Oleuir slip he inc car the. To 13 for Grioni in which we have no share. A a void she works exquisitely Loo so much better taii that mrs. Blanchard who if Vou will by lite it Ann ii stir put on that Ihmi Flo frill Evoli alter my Chi it Ress directions and i no tiling doubting but that the creature had done As 1 told Lier never perceived the omission until i put on the dress to Wear to a a a Ihu Oliero did Yon Licar of this poor woman Emma who works so Well and so Cli Cap ? 81ie must be destitute to do it for such a trifle. Oil Yos she is wretchedly poor with a family of children and Lier husband dead or absent. Our girl Mary accidentally found her out and told me she thought mrs. M Hal is the woman a name would lie glad to sew lor me so i sent for her Nind bargained her Down until she was willing to do ii for no us Isi anything Tatlier than not at nil. But All this is Cire Nous for Yon know i could not withdraw my patronage from my former seamstress to bestow it on a new one. Unless she was cheaper. I thought she might sew for Yon when she was not engaged for me. It is something of an object to save More Ihn ii half what we give mrs. a a i am delighted to Dunk that you have met with such a prize for i am convinced these fashionable milliners and giant ramakers arc monstrously expensive and most All of the work this woman can do just As Well dare a she works a Ica Iti fury null Hong Mary one would not think to see her wretched condition she could have the heart to do airy think a that is what makes her so willing to throw away her work so As mrs. By Riichard would Call it. Are you going to the a social or clog this after Ruoin Ann a a certainly or. Handon is to read to us novel and besides the Obj cd is so Good. A a Angels of mercy a you know he called is. But do Yon know by in Why Jane Gleason has never joined she must have Lieen a no for tasked her myself and her reply was. That she would inform me if she concluded to become a member o the a Circle a and have never heard a word from her on the _. A she is very Peculiar but As it is Whis porch that she does Good to the poor 1 thought she would be among the first to Aid an Enterprise like ibis. Did you rend the description of the fair at pm or a shall have a splendid one soon then Jane will repent of her oddity. Is it time to go a a a yes a Lille past the hour appointed and 1 must hear that affecting scene in the new novel a filis rend.�?�. A. A shall we follow our Young friends to the scone of their Charity attractive As it was we fear that it to do it Brig iii faces might he see grouped beef and there and fair in every cd Ricky of fungi fill . Gently men too who although not Rivil de la ply the published Shaft yet credibly suss a 4. 1___. I _ _ ? _ so delightful so Praise worthy wherever and Vvhs Chiever seen of which you speak. With you 1 have often admired the interest she manifests in everything relating to our Circle and i Only Hope my dear brother that a Mihlic and private Charity May comp airy each other. But 1 am surprised not to see miss Gleason at any of our twice rings she alway s seems social and Friendly and 1 Piave expected to meet her in Sid Liy Shringi Jig Llic wished for fair near at had. And report said that Henry Benton becoming daily More and More Plo Ovd wiil it a Leo a it Row in Lxi nov Ole it miss Roberts. No one could approve of these on , or wish that they might prove Fine More ardently than the lady herself for or. Benton was As the fathers would have styled him a Safe parti the mothers a desirable and tie daughters a. Perfect one. With wealth rank and talents joined to accomplished manners and firm inti Grimy his society was universally courted. As yet however he i had never paid his Devoirs al any fair shrine anti like most of those whom fashion or Lias not moulded to do her bidding lie Lead a bean Ideal in his own mind of the licit in whom he should wish to Call his. And that had never yet been realized. Miss Roberts of Traci pc is she was in person would probably have excited in him no Peculiar interest had not her apparent of heart won his attention. One who could talk thus eloquently of relieving suffering Nusl he Khoii gift be min hic to no common degree. She cannot be one of those frivolous a careless beings selfish gratification . Not of the responsibility involving upon them and forgetting the sacred tics that bind us each to Cru h. Quot it was a cold and dreary night when Henry Benton and his sister sat by la Weir cheerful fire conversing on the merits of a la it of from which he had just been Reading. Every thing around looked Bright Atid pleasant and if might Well seem almost impossible for the it Maies of Liat dwelling to think that any one could be less Happy than themselves. It seems to be the natural effect of extremes of Joy or sorrow to i event us from realizing the misery of others. It is difficult for the hcs i Bon Uditis with to to whom All things round Lear la Colour Dpi Rose to imagine the smaller miseries or greater sufferings of others and one who is Hii self plunged into the Depths of Niiha piness is too Apt to be absorbed by the of his own calamities. On friends were not selfish but certain it is tint the miso Elmies which a a flesh is heir log were not present to their with the a flirt of speaking. A site shall not be Alono for the future in he errands of mercy said Cash Amine it idly Able to speak. A rejoice a added Slie turning. As she perceived her brother a that 1 came Here Henry for i have Learnt a lesson not soon to Imp forgotten.�?�. The cd and life of june Gleason were ii Decd worthy of being Remer Breed and imitated. Vav iii a gifted and cultivated mind she had a feeling heart and firm principles. Although every Way fitted if she had let Een so inclined to la come a a the Glass of fashion and Diirr Nir Stikl of form a a he xllos>5.nutier to inv prove the talents conic tilted to charge to higher and nobler put roses. In her Chanty she was constant and kind and scrupulously followed his example who a went Ilion doing Good a and although her ii in e might never have been seen in Public prints As a a lady president or directness of Public societies or a Graceful Over a air it was Graven in the heart of Many a widow and orphan whom she gladdened by Kindne a. To those who feel inner Este in the Fate of mrs. We will add that she did recover and Ilion go the efforts of her friends was enabled to maintain Iier Seif and her family Tomfor table of course with More generous employers than miss Roberts who still continued her Anflin Sasin for Public Chanty altho Tigh we will confess it has never since much admiration in Henry Benton. The scene at the cottage often recurs to his memory. Since the evening of which we speak he has seen Jane Gleason the Centre of attraction in the Circle other friends exhibiting All. The graces of Milid and person but never has she looked More has eyes and never has he found her less Worody to be the Coin Panion of Joy and sorrow the Sharer and heightened of one the reliever of the other than when in that poor dwelling Dispi ensling alleviation to and affording such a striking coh Trust to fashion Nile Jolius Ball a Ltd Nathau. On the Cockney tourist. A Young sprig of the Ilion Don press happened some six iii tbs ago to be travelling in a stage coach in which vehicle a raw Vermont Romh was passenger. To he Young boy was not one of your a a Raal Cut Fellows but a shy i fide it is ripping travel King. From a Distant school to spend his vacation at Home. The londoner to was an Obj i of great curiosity Heidi the first Sample he had seen Aid he pestered the boy with u tio is touching his Empio of life,.halviis, studies &c., minds when Catharine was in turned that a thinking to amuse Hidi Solf gather it nis for Bis poor woman Ihal i a Ved near her was or had been very sick. A a a Yon were going out for a Short tinier Henry to her brother a and i will go with you to this woman a House Yon can Call lor Ine As you return. A a do not adventure out such an evening As Titis Catharine. You can Send some one to Iri quire into her circumstances and give her a a but shall 1 Feci better satisfied to Sec How she do amps myself nay do not object Iny dear brother a added she smiling a do you think the cold Cau penetrate through All Hiis fur 1 know the exercise will Benefit me. Come let us go. A a this is tie House a said she is they arrived it the dwelling where she bad been told the object of her Quot visit resided. A now you in come for me As you return a and a by gently put end the door of a room where a right faintly glimmered. But she was not is site afterwards declared prepared Forth a scene her View. In a miserable hut iii if i Lieut to protect Ite a mates it Dow weather was extended the Wnm Ari of a Low bed supported by iss Glea sort who was administering a a cordial. Tie , Iqba their parts As Tho inspires or inspire of. A a bks in air a of a Neattie and Little Comfort though sometimes listened to with to a rate at strewed Bro and in arc Vas if set he 6 bin had Fanti of were soon a do As less interest-1 had Lent its Aid. Journal and at Ilie same Lime imps the other passengers with the proper idea of ins it if it Oriance. Tiie Hoy though vide Billy an ii oyed answered politely and displayed he a in of the characteristics of the. Green Moth join youths so the englishman thou Glit he con id la Oast As much ins he pleased with impunity. He told the passengers that he heard of Yankee tricks and Yankee shrewdness a but for his part lie had never seen Acyl High in them that he could Call Clever and indeed he wished very Inich to be a Nade the subject Kif their Lickiss for if they could food aim he could then believe in what he had heard of their this hint was not thrown away upon Young Jonn Thau. He thought he would Sei his wits to work for the Honor . East a and soon hit. Ippu a scheme . Heard the Erglis Linn enquiring Norrbo direction a la rpm the Rowil where the Coati i Slop to a residence some five Miles Liis Dircz tips happen to was to Lake Somcy conch Steppp. Home and Johnny Bujla ter having deposited his lug be in the Tavoni Eboh Wplf wed. There was a to we a pensioned Jonathan told every soul that lie met that one of. The mad men had Esco a i and was Corn iii along the Toas and that to be turned to gaze at the stranger. A Madam will Yon be so kind As to int Brm Rne whet Lier i am on the right Road to or. Browne a House a �?o1 thought so a exclaimed the woman slamming the door fist and bolting it and the next moment she was seen peeping suspiciously from the a ppr window. A a Voi is tie in Attar. Madam ? i merely vant to know. A a of. Go Way Yon unfortunate wretch a done to j Oti attempt to Cut any of your tantrums Here. Go away now there a a Good fellow a a the woman Johnny paused an instant to ascertain if there was any thing frightful about him. He then proceeded and encountered a Good Humoured countryman coming whistling along the Road. A a Pray sir a said Johnny a can you direct me. To or. Browne so. The Thonig listless countryman had forgotten Little Jonathan a warning but when he heard tile question it recurred to him and Wiit out saying a word ire took to his heels in Sincli a hurry that he tumbled Ovorn log but picking himself up again took into the Woods and was out of is Glt in an instant. A a yell a said Johnny to himself this is certainly Weryhextraordi-nary1�?� he began to feel strange sensations and walked on tor. Half a mile rum nailing awfully upon Ilie Frea Tenient he had received. Hutc he met another traveller and with very doubtful feelings about getting an answer he propounded the question. The stranger paused right before Jolany and his hat seemed to be rising off his of judge from his looks his feelings must have by Quot in Fiose of a Bird fascinated by a tattle Snake. Johnny noticed the Frig Pitini a Pear Atice of the stranger and terror now took Possession of him. He in imagined something Dren Ufnal was going to occur and forthwith took to his cols into the Woods. A god bless my heart a exclaimed he Blond a Yot can lie the matter with the people ? of kind of Coni itry a 1 got into ? by these inhabitants Are wild a Valentines and Corsons Pourang Hou tangs regular Vild inca of the he was now completely lost in a thick Vood. Alien he found the Way again he was afraid to ask any Niobe questions and finally got Hack to town where the next Day our Liero visited him with a look Here stranger or. Browne a House is just where it was yesterday. When Yon see him Tell him what Yoti think of a Ai Ikee the Only Beal wealth by Henry col Matt. Agric line is the foundation of the sen renders Lier tribute but the Earth presents to skill and Industry Richer and infinitely varied a contributions. Money is not wealth. It is Only the representative of wealth Money is coveted because it can command labor but of what use would it be if Walior would hot be comma tided. What would it Avail to possess All the riches a a Potosi if thereby we could not acquire the products of agriculture.? what Are concerned Inbau these products ?. Blini freights the barks of Commerce in their liquid flight threading every Chni inel and whitening every 4ort, but the products of. whence does like govern Lieut derive its revenues but from the fruits of agric future Arhat constitutes the wealth of the country but her Cotton hemp sugar tick tobacco Wool wheal of and pork.? agriculture duly c an be Consi wed As the creator of wealth. The. Raer Chatt the manufacturer the Sailor the various Art Zatis acid their part in a Kiing the products of agriculture snore valuable in transporting them so that the tid vantages of crime Are equalized and in putting them in a condition for alone produces. Like the Leader of Israel she strikes the Rock the water flow,.and Alfama Islip people Are. Satisfied she supplies shy feeds she quickens All. Agriculture is the commanding interest country which with no san Tilar interest of a secular nature combined can be brought into Competition. R. Frim the Essex co in. A a a Hoskee Lii idea a in not Long since but Leibro judge Oowen decided Flint die per ply Viust by tried in this up iii try for crimes cup Rita liked there Happy cd to be ill pne of the pin Cipal hotels in Montreal a a mppiii4sctii�n, of Brit ish pm cers upon the. 6u by the imprison intent of my old Quot tto Oyer and Over and banging to a upon it All to lib Ligpit a vide Bce and that the subject so Erfried to do in Ned the Gallant eluded it expedient and right to Call out a Teg Ament of her briton inc majesty s soldiers March Down to new York liberate the insulted Pris Oner Mcleod and Bear him in Triumph to his Home As becomes the dignity of so great. And powerful a nation As England. A a gentlemen a and in a moment All eyes were returned to a Remote Corner of the room where sat before unobserved a very comfortable looking Stran a in whom however atone glance could be discovered the True Yankee for indeed he stood As we say or rather leaned six feet and a half Pere fact giant and a Ierio he sat seeming Only to Admire the a scud ing volumes of snap drawn from tie end of his huge Cigar the like of which together Riih w hips and Loco Foco matches lie Hud for years peddled from a ii acc to new Orleans. A a gentlemen a said he i Hope before Yogi undertake to carry your deliberations into effect that Yon will use r Little consideration. What talk al it iii taking Aio Leod out of prison with a regiment of aiders Why. Geul Lemen you talk like children. Why All that you can drum up Btu tween Here and so fur North that the thermometer wont at All can to March Doton to of a Lenny and Back again no Way can contrive it. Now i am a Little Small delicate specimen of Yenn ont. And would like to Tell Yon Oliai the yer ranters have done for your Case. They have made a Proposki iii through their legislature to the general government that they will whip out clean and smooth tie Canadas new Brunswick and Nova Scotia for the sum of sixty five dollars. The general government approved the plan but thought the Price Loo High. The legislature re considered the vote and made a second proposition and agreed Todo the work for thirty six dollars and fifty cents. Liis the general govern Nicot accepted and now the Only remaining question is who finds the ammunition. As a boil is that is settled we Quot shall be Over Here. A Fite boys Are All headed this Way Nind it is nil the government can do to hold on by their Coal Skirls to keep the devils Oil you and Mark my word in three Days from the time the government lets go Liere won t be a. British government enough left for a by word. But Geul Lemen if Yon persist in going for Mcleod arrange your affairs for a Long absence and for Heiyen s Sake and More Quot particularly tor your own done to go by Way the conclusion of the matter was that if yer Nikont had actually got started and. If the Yankee then with them was of he said but a Small delicate specimen of what was to come they had better abandon at once the idea of sending for Mcleod and arrange their affairs al Home for such in Lelconte visitors. Bises Tible i Aali ties of food. Or. Turnbull recently held a lecture at Wolverhampton on a the no Irive and digestive qualities of various kinds of after a few remarks on the animal and vegetable substances used As food he Devid cd the aliments into nine classes accor Diritto the predominance in Forir Coniku Sirion of one of the proximate principles of organic matter. He observed that the Fibre coins aliments such As beef and Mutton have fibrin for their basis the principle on which depends their nutritious and stimulating qualities. He said the fish is less stimulating and nutritive than tic for Mutton hut that Insl kinds of it Are More easily digested and he stated the length of time required for the Soki Tion in the stomach of Sev Gralof the aliments of this class. In describing the properties of the aliments he observed eggs and oysters consist chiefly of albumen and arc nutritious and though the former disagree with some individuals. He observed also that gelatinous aliments such As veal Are not so easily digested its the flesh of full grown animals but that they Are less exciting and heating. He showed that milk and cheese have for their basis card or gaseous Mailer which is one. Of the most nutritive of the animal principles and that milk Ciui Sisis of three ingredients namely Butler Caird and a sugary principle. He expatriated upon the Bland and digestible qualities of milk and pointed out for Young animals and those Labouring under disease of the lungs. He gave d description of the vegetable milk which flows from the bark of the cow tree of Smiith america., he observed that cheese though nutritious is not very easily digested and that when toasted it is extremely indigestible. The oily aliments such of Butler and fat he showed to be very indigestible and he observed that their presence in pastry and Rich cakes is often the cause of heartburn. He pointed out that starch in get basis of the Farina Cious aliments is Hui Daiil in the different kinds of Grain such As wheal and also in peas and Beans and in potatoes with this idea he gave a blast on his in str rent that made the a Welkom. the Bull aking this As a Challenge from some Stuef Buu and Vinced Tov cards the trombone plan Yeti Ana bellowed with greater Energy a or his a have to blow-.4iic-Low louder than Tinl. My Hie my Fine fellow said the musician flier Tipon he propped himself against the Stone Wall and gave another blast thee raged Bull without More ado interrupted lilo Strain by attack Jig the trombone player in the Reott and throwing him Over the Wall. 1 Here he ejaculated As he a lowly regi uned. His leg a you hic May be a Muti Ciau but by gosh you re no gentleman p of do Morrah c of Vitta. Jeffer tou and Buitt 2 lie following anecdote was related by or. Jefferson to the writer while on a ficello in the year 1822. Ii was told in if iii traction of an opinion advanced by the former in relation to Plisio gnome that although it was but Folly i6 attempt a system of Piid Jinjr character from any particular Coli formation of features yet the Eye was an unerring Index of the soul and no training on the part of its Pew Sesser could prevent it from disclosing his trud moral nature to a skilful observer. I will Endeavor to repeat the anecdote in the exact words of the Ilia Stripinis narrator. During my attendance on one of the enl lest sessions of the Continental Congress at Delphi said or. J., i chanced to Dine one Day at a Public House where several distinguished gentlemen from abroad All entire Stra Gem id me had Ved in the City. Among to Lido was a. Gentleman who Hec Iune scat directly opposite to my at the table and Sidh al Rac to a his observation by his Peculiar and. Ble countenance and especially by ans Sinh Early subtly quivering a Vic to me threw off an expression cd timely Sii is ter for i had Ever noted that a Eye ibis character indicated moral Del equity of by in and this kind of an Eye he possess a a a to Bra eminent degree limn any i had Ever Scep i Strong indeed were my Ompre a by so uth Casc that i Felt no hesitate of a making a pm of a and he observed that Sago tapioca and Rice which consists nearly of pure Strach Are very easily digested. He showed Liat wheat be sides starch Coninis also gluten the most in be Geianie Princi Presl he stated that lie such of stir tips cabbage &c., easily digested nor very Ilioiu Ishaug kinds of food Hintho observed that sugar is. A article and digested with sufficient facility. The acidic in us aliments such As apples grape., &c., he described As More Ceable to the palate than use iii As food but he said that some of them Are easily digested when Ripe mid still there so Glicr. Cooked. He then spoke of Sou and drinks arid observed that Tea and Coffee Cleir a Stin dilating effect upon the nervous system and the a if a sufficient Quantity of Well prepared Coffee be swallowed in the evening it will Prodice acceleration of the pulse vivid less of ideas i warily watchfulness in the Early part of the night and towards morning the most profound sleep. Re stated that tie slip Hula Ting Principio jca�8�nj these effects is a bitter la idl Teir generated during the tar alias Ovie it. Bill to Lafayette to Esihna chronicle in Enid meeting the various definitions Given to the word a gentleman a relates the following Anco do to a i a Tanii intoxicated i Romboy a player was re turning Fri Maicy entry Ball add while Cion sing a Field he was accosted by a 4>eiroiving Buli. W hat with the Darkne a iii lha a Man who could it Ixia do Light Png player in isl Law the Ball for a Brndiar 1�?T officers and other Good and 1�y� sublets con Fow for a do fit pc to a to of of skin. Of Dostis Man before me is before Nten Elbr than Jin known Tome even by name. After retiring to the private Robino fihs fid a at whose invitation 1 had dined i Iery a in 2s�ti de me wit i Nii air of curiosity if noticed Tjie gentleman who Sal opposite to Rne at the table we Fiad just left and if so what was my opinion of him i replied that 1 had not Only noticed uie Man but formed a decided opinion of him and that was that his True churn ctr might be expressed in three words coldness cunning and perfidy a a Why sir a said my Friend in Surprise a you cannot know the Man of who you Are spank Iuga it is or. Burr their cat so lawyer in new a a / opinion for All remarked. A a 1 have never known such a by i of his ill any honest Mouv Chau Ever May be his present Emilei ice a a if iii al Pui Union i will Ven Inife the pred cd a any to Fiat a will yet be known is a villain la in after times continued freq edit reason to recall to first a mpr Sis a no of the True character of a of tip of Burr. R Montpelier of september 18�u interesting and remarkable a wbk a la has never before to our Kivow ledge Iberea Puri slide is communicated to the it by Leman of Leigh res whose statement i truth p. Of of Montpelier Vermont forme tar iii i Yett a neighbor and Friend of or. Of Sci on i. Re t a Good Opie an individual residing in a county when under age contracted a debt noun Fang to near Sixte ii dollars which he. Refused to pay. He was sued and employed us attorney of this place to defend the Case. A a what in your defence demanded in s counsel a a plead my minority a said his client a a when i ppr traded the debt for i. Have no other a a very Well a replied the counsel. They proceeded to the Justice court where the made Ond succeeded. The court decided in favor of the Young Man and the or editor had to pay All the costs but thus is not the of the joke. A sctt tement had yet to he Mac a Between the client and counsel. This w.4 soon brought about by a Dun from the co Tisel a a what do Yon charge for your services col. Twenty Quot dollars a a Twenty dollars r exclaimed the client a Why i was sued for Only sixteen Dollar if. I had better have,paid.thai.�?� a so you Hod a replied Ilie lawyer and for not doing so Yogi shall now a Fork no to me Twenty a so but with it sir a iid learn to pay your honest debts in a Uturo a a the was forked up Nind the sufferer will we Hope profit by Liis cd Neville journal. I a. Insects Ltd the Butr a physician on wednesday last observed it i coloured Man passing by apparently in great pain and on inquiry year died that a bog had entered the of. Sweet Oil was immediately procured and a Piini Tity poured into the Cor Quot the Sinif Laferer being Raqi tired to lie Down in the pavement. The Bongsoon made its Eppe Amiin a a being Itable to breathe. This simple re ii indy should he generally known As it is the inc to Fec Tuimil As Well As by far the safest and tended with the least paid to the patient the intensity of pain caused by the pets enc of in sects in tiie ear May be inferred from the Finci individual in this Case became Insen sible and remained Syfor a Quarter of Ati lion it after Tab insect was Baltimore to a my a per. _ to Fly stot to Luln pts a a Toni air Ito an Mcie Hant a is by Ute a i or ffia4/ of Quot a two nil. Foch a who mfr of a Uit Der is he we a Rio a Sand fat slim a a in so a a pm a a i a if i Idaho a the a a in of a a Appi j Ness. Thence Post
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