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Cincinnati Emporium (Newspaper) - August 31, 1826, Cincinnati, Ohio“Whefe Liberty dweWa, tbete » my Country.” voti. 111. NO. M, THTTRSOAT, AVOVST 31,1820. ■. I ;¡ WHOTjBNC 133 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED Bl S. i. BROWJyE, No. 99, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE THE WEST END Of TUB LOWÍR MARKET HORSE. TEft.VIS.— r/io CLYCtJ^M^TI B^fPO-UlfJM it printed iteekly^ on a royal theet, at Tioo doUart and Fifty centt a yeoTt in advanco. Three Dolían paid aemi^Tmually in iuhance. Three dollars (d Fifty cenitt if not paid until after the year expires, JV*o subicription discontinued until all artear~ ai^es are paid. All letters and conunumeationff direeted to the Editor must be post paid. TIRMS OF ADTEBTI2IN0. ' • Sixteen lines or teso, for three insertions. One duUar —each continuance 35 centt. Longer ad> vertisenents in the same proportion. * To thooe vho advertise by the year, a diteount ooill be made.    / Bowel Complaints. A Hi 0OG8WELL, Mi. D. offerg his pro • f«ssii)nal serriceS to the Citizens of Gin cinnatt, and iti vicinity. Being a stranger to them, he deems it propér to state that 'having Treouently observea the.ine^ciency of common medicines in many diseases, he tvai induced to turn his attent’ion to the medioal qualities of the vegetable productions of our own country: whereby he has discovered remedies for many diseases which under the ordinary mode of treatment prove incurable. From an extensive experience in the bowei complaints w hich are so prevalent and so fatal at this season, he is enabled to state with confidence that he can efl'ect a> speedy uure in such cases. Uloeri upon the legs of long standing, freouently baffle the skill of many physicians, and prove very troublesome These he has never failed to cure. Dr. CogsrelPs office is in tbf Upper Market Space, three doofi from Main Street, over Mr. Vail’s store, wiiere he is ready practice of PHYSIC and SURGERY in all iu OOOTOH JUL aoaSBB, Has his office on Weot Fourth Street, No. 4. of the Bornk row of oiBcés, where he mav be consulted professionally.—He hdgeo in bis Aiffice. May nth, 1825.    Il8-13m.' BBJffSABI A LYTLB I^TAVE removed their Law Office to Kilgoor’s jn Row, on Third, between Main and Walnut streets, nearly opposite the Post Office. Feb. 9, 1816.    7?    105 mum CMIIALL, Attorney 4r Counsellor at Law, Has taken an office on 4th Street one door west of Letton’a Museum. Greene & Simball, have this day mutually dissolved fheir partnership. May 15,1826. B. X. SffiTS, Attorney aud Cou.isellor at law, Main street, comer of Ninth; where he may be consulted professionally Cincinnati, Dec. 9. 44-9 WZLLIABS aBXOEOrB, Has removed his office to the mussux bull' ding at the ooroer of main and rouRTH streets. June 38,1835. 125-n::tf BAXZBL J. OAMTBXX, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. sFFICB removed to Third street, nearly opposite the post office, on the first floor. He will practice in the counties of Hamilton and Butler, and the District and ^Courtofthe United States. May 4 . Circuit 68» X MABBTBA, ATTOAnrur Anu covivs&lloa at law. Has removed his office to Col. Carr’«buil-ling on third street, over the CauociI Cbmiober and C'Ny Court room. He will promt ly attend to all profesttensl busmets confided to his care in the coarts of Hamilton, Butler and Warren counties. June 8, 1826. B. D. MAirtnBLD, Attorney k counsellor at law, office No. 99 Main Street, opposite the Lower Market House, and on tim same flOor with the Emporium Office. Cincinnati, Oct. 27. branehea. He can give satisfimtory testiuioni-ala as to character and abilities, from the most respectable sonrces. To satisfy the public of his ability to pctforro what he professes, he only asks those interested to give him a trial. Cincinnati, July 4, 1826.    136*tf.    ^ . SOOT ft tmoSKAñtfo: JESSE ONEILL, has lately succeeded to the stahd, and stock of BOOTS Ü SHOES of Mr.Franklin, No. 116, on Main street, one door below the U. S. Branch Bank. He has ^ust received from New York, a firesh supply of Jfomc», and will keep on hand, a handsome assortment of Ladies Morrocco Shoes, Gen-TLCXBK*8 Shoes and Boots ofeverv description.—Ail orders in his line, will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. Aug.lO, 18^. I .    I3I-5W* Painting and Glazing. I^HE subscriber offers bis (hankstohis friends A and the public, and will be glad to receive • -• J  -- WI-     ...    „* their orders at No. 129 Mainstreet, or at his residence on Sycamore street three doors from (he corner of Fourth street, on the left hand side where at either place, the orders will be aded to without delay. SIMEON CHURCHILL. March 10, 1825.    58' 8TZSAM BOAT FROESBS, Alexander vancf Master, continue* to ply between Cincinnati k Louisvitle, iiml between Cincinnati and Wheeling, Her draft of water is very small, and there is no doubt but she will continue to run during the auramer months. The Boat is in excellent order, and every necessary is provided br to contribute to the OZTT BraBOTOBT. W. SMEAD, Upper Mnrk^ Space, Loans Money, at his Drug ^nd Apothecaries shop. JOHN M ROWAN, Paper and Blank Book Wrt rehouse, 14, Main street. MOSF.S k JONAS, Auction and Commission merchants, 101, street. J. k A. C. BKOWNj Auction and Commis oion Merchants, 12, Main street. L.C. MANSON k CO. Auction and Commission Merchants, lY, Lower Market st. V. ROYSE, New Store, Dry Goods aud Gro-ceriesj20, Main street. J. VANUXRM k CO. Wholesale and Retail Dry Good Store 77, Main street. GAZZAM k GRARAM, Grocery and Com mission Warehouse, comer of. Main mid Front streets. , ,    ,    ' JONAS AVY, Groce^ amt Bake-house, on the north side of Columbia street, second door above Broadway. JAMp VHIfTAKF.R, Baker, south side, of Front street, two doors east of Walnut. . P. N JONTE, Confectioner, Pilot Bread and Butter Bisotiit Baker. 18, Upper M. space. PETER TOUFPLY,Confectioner, 13, Lower Market street. JOHN COOMBS, Hats, Furs, and Trimml^, comerof Main and Firth kt’s. JOHN CLING MAN, Wholesale and Retail Hat Store, 92, Main street, one door above Third street. J. P. NOEL, Hatter, 146, Main street. JAMES PATTERSON, Copper Sclronbound Boot and Shoe Manufactory, Eastern Leather Store, Japan Blacking, 107, Fourth st. ROBERT S FINLEY, Attorney and Counsellor at I.aw, second floor of the brick house, in front of the two stecpled church. Main st. E. D. M \NSFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, second floor, 99, Main street. CHARLES FOX, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, 223, Main street D. K. ESTÉ,. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, Main street, near Ninth. C MONROE. Surgeon Dentist, Third Street. J. L VaTTiER, Druggist and Apothecary 184, Main street.    { N. GROVER, Tailor, Front street, between Sycamore and Broadway. W. WEBBER, Mnttrass maker and Grocer, north side of L. Market st. near Broadway J. J. LEWIS, Franklin Coffee House, Upper Market street.    » JOHN S. MASSAUP. Napoleon Buonaparte Coffee House, Sf», Upper MaHket space. ISAAC II. GIBBS, Silk Dyer and Scourer, Franklin dye house, Celumbia at. east of Broadway. JES.se ONFJLL, I>adies& Gentleman’s Boot nnd Shoemaker, Muin street, next door below the United States Bank. comfort of p*«acngera. jtfiy 20, IH26. 128* 122 TITBS. B. BABBIBOir, JB. ATT’Y. k COUNSELLOR at Law, baa rjsmoved hia office to 91 Main Strcét,— where he may be consulted prefessionally Mayr26. BOBBBT S. TTKX¿tt, A TTOIINEY AT LAW-Office opposite J\ the Post Office, We*t Third street. DAirXBL VAir BBULTBB, Attorney Counsellor at Law. Has removed his Office to 4th street, 3d door West of Main, where he will at fend to the business of hit profeuion. Jan. 26,18S6.    103-I9m iABTOBL B. BflTagillB, * A TTORNEY aad Counsellor at Law ,and Solicitor in Chancery. Office over B. k D. Urner’a store, No. 3 Loring’t Row, Weat Front Street.    Nov.    18tK,    41 ABTBQBlin^ OZuiüCBÜ TTORNEY and Counaellor at Law,haa auk removed to Lawrenoeburgh, Indiana, where he will attend to any basineM confided tohis eharga. He will attend the CourU ef Bwitaerlan^ Ripley, and Dearborn. His uffioe h on High Street, near the Court House. Maroh 10, 1825.    67 TOPBZXTBBi. JUSr received and for sale, at the Cincinnati Type Foundry, a quantity of PARCH-,)ÍEX1\ and PATE^ BALL SKIKS. 0. ft H. WELLS. August 3d, I8Í6.    I3d-lm ■ FA1T0T4 WINDSOR CH4IR FACTORY. Faii.ll’ SKIN.NER, late of the firm of Ut k Skirmer, (now dissolved) take this op-portnnity ofretuming thank* for former patronage shown to the late firm, and of informing the publ'ic that be has taken into ^rtnership his brother, Corsen C. Skinner, and have opened their shop on Columbia street, juat above the Theatre,in the name of P. k C. C. SKINNER’ where they intend to keep on hand a general assortment of Fitncy, Hush seat and Windsor \Chairs, of the latest and moit improved fash ions. For neatnea* and durability, they will not be surpassed by any in the western country Steam Boats will be iurnisbed on the shortest notice.. All orders from a distance thankfully received and punctually attended to. Those wanting to furnish themselves will do well to call. CineinHirti, J uly 6th, 1826,    126-tf. rvH ARLES vy tk*. r. CABINET AND CHAIR MAmJFACTOHY. S LEHMAN baa removed to tkr comer of Broadway and Front street, opposite the Cincinnati Hotel, He returns sincere thanks for the encouragement he has received, and hopes for a continu ance of favours of hia friends and the public in general. All ovdertwill be thankfully received and punctually attended to. William Webber, MATTRASS maker, oh the north side of Lower Market atreet, near Broadway, has now on band, and continues to make Mattrassesof eveiy size, to order, of the best rasterials, and wjfl be bappy'toreceive order* from Merchants, Steamboat owifera, or others, for articles in hia Nno, vahich ahalf tie [uinc-tually delivered «greeable'lo order. Feb. 16, 1826.    *    106    39 JOHX BOLLAlfB, A T the Green Store, No. 29, Main Street, i\ hasu full assortment of pure foreim and domestic Liquors. Merchants of the Cfountry Tavern keepers and retailers arc invited to call and axamine them. OJV HAND A T THIS TIME: OLD Jan Alt A Rum, Holland Gin, French Branoe, St Groik RiDM, Sr. Brandt,, West India; Run, Old N. E. l^o. Common Do.( Chesre D^ ^ American Qn, Common Do.l Rosa Cordial, Cinnamon D^ Anissekd Do| A *nt GROCÍ received as cast Cin. July 6, old London Particular Wins, hlADEIRA Do. Port Do. Tenneriens Do. Malaga Do. Claret Do. Mountain Do. Currant Do, . Peach Brandt, ' American Do. Pbppesmint Cordial, k Cherrt Bounce. ▲LSO, obacco, Mackerel and other Produce of the country always at the highest market prices. 26.    127-ly RSMOVCD TO THIRD STREET. iroTxoa. Elisha HOTCHKISS Hhi returned toCin einnati, and will be constantly (bund at bis office, ready to attend to busiocas as litual. August 3, 1836.    130    w O. WüTUIJhJUt, HR DRESSER k PERFUMER, fh>»‘ Wvshii^in City, rcapeotfuily states to (he ciHzena orCinoinnati, that he baa taken a «hop on Lower Market street, one door from S^aioor. .1. vlwt* h. nnjr b, rouail ,t alll» HAVE tnlto. (b, mnMl H and cunvonient newest fashion and Rnaors nutin eomplete order at the shortest notice. Jiine*2,1826.    124-tf 9. lAOOir MAM», T a very anperior flavor and quality (br HENRY GASSAWaY, ' . «hlehy une 1st, 1826. (If I) «UwerM.lt ft tlegant    DnlU)    and „ R pnir of flr*t rato WRein. Encore of Rork «this Livery aHUe, on^orSyen-Biorc and Firth streets. . D 125 ni: TO nCB WÜ&SMm EPlLirrfC or ConvuWoi! Fits, Nervons or Blok Head'toh’a and ohatinate C .-Cnn b« «tod by applying to DR. C' WELL, llarkft itiibl, three doori Main, up Rairi. . * /M perneo who ww tikf ibetrwAle to toU, 0‘ the cosnmuuiiy,) between the rcaidence of Dr. Lawix'nce ana Henry Raguct Caqy. op posite the.Poat Office July 13,1806. C. MUNROE, ReoUknt Amfist. ir-iy TOOTH, HAIR R CLOTHES BRUSHES. ¥UIT received from Philailelphia, an tevoice •I of 3 and 4 roved Tooth bniabea, (silver wire; plain F'lddle Imok ^ l.affiyrtto hair brushes, Mttin wood Lafay Ale elolhce bnishcR erunsb or' table brushes gilt backs, coat, vest and hall bruMws. For sale bt U C. MA.YION CO. No. 16, Lower Vl«rkft street Cin July 10, 1826. ._.    Ill MATBASSÉS, FEATHER BEDS, U$, FUlStSHED at ihv sle^tat notioe aind warranted rff (f^rbos|> matorlali, iHty be had at the eemer, of Itrerta. luAelfim. FAOTORT. NP. GOF7RTH respectfully informa the • public I lat he has commenced the WELtflPrO of TORTOISE SHELL, in the brick house n< rth west of Main and Six streets. Any p rson who wish to have comps repaired will beUo good as to give me a call. The w ork shall le done in the neatest man ner and warra M to stand, and not to be perceived when it was broken. Where teeth are broken out at'the comb, there shall he teeth made out c the same quality of shell: also, when nomb > are fractured on the back, there shall be a iece put on which shall not be perceived. ( Dinbs will also be polished in the neatest style: the backs of combs will, if re iueated, beturaei over in the neatest ordef.— 'he work shall »e done equal to ‘any in the eastern cities. He will also kc >p on hand an aMortment of HORN COMBS, of varioua mialitiet. Those wishing any of thy above work will favor him with a call. HORNS.—The nigheit pricq given at the Comb Factory, foi Cuttles’ Horns. N. P. G. July 30,1826.    138 ~08WAU WABBZ^^ RE8PECTPUI4<Y infdrms the oitiiens ofj Cincinnati that he intends tb open a SCHOOL on Monday the 31 inst. for the in. itniction of youth in Reading; Writing, Ariik-meric, and EngHth dammar, tog«'ther with Geagrapkyond Book Feepiug.—Ur flatters himself, from his experirpce li those branehea of learning, he will be able to give satisfactioii to those who may entrust their childton to his care. Terms.—From thseb to riVB dollars per quarter. The school room is on Fourth street néar the College. A fkw s< hnlar* caa he received into his family a* boarders, at his house on Walnut between FiBh ami Sixth street*. . Specimens of plain and.oroamental penmanship can be seen at the leliool room. Julytr.im    1^9 K. B. T > rent, a ATARLE. wRh elalla fur throe hones, adjoining the retidenee of A. Wa'rin|ton. XdBM 4 MIYWXOB, ^^NTINUF. th« Wholesale Groceto'aod ^ Iron hoitotw at No, 10, Lower Inriiet Street, Riut have Mfwi on hiHd 80 hluti. superior N. D. Sugar 119 bifs primeEreen CoÍ« 64    inite    do. 47 eheatsAftohT.H-TeR 114 iMirchests atd «atw bom do. 25 M UpefidlTea llbllARsmwtmi Eastern drw do. uaietVitojr Ima> ásrii’CttU 4>oytv8. paper, brought oui oj rtuy joury, u Liverpool: Ri¿MEMB£R'ME. ’’Remember me when suaiare^eiids surround thee, .And hoined flatteries win ^fi^villing ear; When Fame, and furitine flkteriiig wreaths have crowned thee, And all is ihine tliy fickle heart holds dear. I'hen think oi her whbii* óiiaii|elcs8 fondues* blessed tbce. When hope was dark and fuathful friends were few,    i Who, when hard, griping povwty depreste And fireside seemed cold, was ifiad and true. “Remember roe in courtly hall and bower, And when tiiou kooel's* at some proud beuu’ ty’s shrine,    . > .A»k of the p:ist, if through lite** V|irying hour It* joy», and grietüwher fa.ii ..v.^i 4nd when thy youlflful Her love cap rival mine! hupes are moat .excited, ' ' Should she prove false aod break her faith like thee,    ^ ( Think of the hop4^ thy wayward love hath bligliied,    V And from that lesson leans to fcpl for me'. HI ’Remember me, and oh! when fdte bath ’reft ' thee, Of fame and fortune, friends Rod love, and bliss, Como back to one, thou kuow’at would ne’er have left thee, And she’ll but chide thy falsehood with n kiss! But no, no, no, I feel that life is wahing— That what 1 was 1 never moie calj be^ That I am fast on that sweet havep gaining, When there is rest tor even a Wr4tcb like me, ■) ’’Remember me! thou canst not adri:refiise me I’he onlj boo'i from thee I’ve sought, or seek; Soon will the world wiih bitterlt luuts accuse me, Yet wake no blushes on my bloodless cheek! But 1 would have thee tender to my fame, When I have ’scaped life’s dark fiufflultaous sea; And howHie’cr unkinder spirits blame, As what thou know’si I was, «bmemberme!’* The following very feeling Diiw pit the death of AoA!aiand Jefferson,copiedfroiib the Connecticut Mirror, is from ttie pen of Mr. Brnin-ard. It was written ioipromptu, under these circumstance»:—A young lady was at her piano, playing ^RosHn Castle,"^ to a small cifcle, when the news of Mr. Jefferson’s death arriWd. Mr. BnUnard imntedintely wrote the following lines to that tune, which the lady snug and piayeci. They do equal credit to his p^tinal taste and to his heart:    ! Tol not the bell, and muffle not Th* drum, nor fire the funeral shot i Ncr half-way hoist our banner now— Nor weed the arm, nor cloud the brow-Bst high to Heaven be rais’d the eyb, Aad holy be the rapturous sigh: And still be cannon, drum, and bell, Nor let the flag of sorrow tell. Now low are laid thdr honor’d forms, But from the clods, and dust, and worms, Their SiNrita wake, and breathing, rise Above the Son’s own glorious skies. And happy be their airy track-— We may not, would not, call them 6ack For patriots* bamls may clasp with theirs. And Angel harps may hymn their prayers. Dress the Mind.—On the Snnday morning before going to church, what a dressing there is among aUclnsses, and what a stir to appear gay ami pleasing! Is it quite sufficient for the great purposes of our existence to wash th^ outside oftne platter? Curlt> may be arranged, fine tortoise shell combs fixed, sparkling ear-ring* hung, splendid ^rments displayed, and yet perhaps, the gay fair one’s mind may be poisoned with conceit, troubled with rivalry, and kept on the torture by ignorance ami vanity. Wind sor snap does not vrakh out the stains of the heart, Cologne water cannot throw' a Fragrance over an impure mind; nor will all the rubies of Golconda dazzle tiio recording sotcI ipto a for getfiiluessof filling up the leaves oi th« book of] retribution.    ' Bermniscenee.—yir Sergeant delivered an address in Philadelphia, commemorating the deceaied patriots Adams nnd Jeffcrtoii in the course of which he related the following anecdote. Mr. John Adams took his seat in Con-gresi, the 6th of September, If74, the day the Old Congies* first met. In June, 1775—after blood had been shed, that warwaa certain, and that the enlightened nnd pntriatio were preparing the piihKo mind for Revolution and independence—it became neceasary to appoint a I    5_J-.-. 0 npfi ofih G«n. Ward, of M«ani^usetta, in pa of for Commander in Chief of the Arroiea of »he Uhi-Wa r. Jc i^rai important ataiiun. The I5th of Jiincj 1776, a ted Colonies. the Colony which Mr. Jolin Adams In part represented, was the person thought of for (hat measerabledsy in the history of this countiy Mr, JoliD Adams rose in his place, and with much judgment and knowledge of public feeling, noiuiñftted George Washington of yirginia, “to onmmond all the oontiiHmtal forces raised, or to he raised, fi*r the defence of American Liberty.” So entirely unexpected was thej pro|)o*itioo, that Mr. Washington wAs, at the time >t wM made, in his seat in Congress. M hh the modesty which charscterises and appertains to greatness, he was ao overcome as to reties immediately from tho body. Congress then proceeded to the choior of m General, by ballot, and Geiwge Washington Esq. was unanioums-ly elected. ycw^ptrs.- M. M. Noah haa been ain uuiteil from hit editorial throne: aiul has com-|W>n<'e<t a new paper which he stiles the New York Enquirer. He Im* docl.ired Vnr R|Ainst the monied, (or aontyle s) institutions or that state, tO't wdl no doubt ha instrumental to blowhg many of then «p. Wo extraot tho ollowing fooiaakia and other pagara; “Tho/O wore hut sevon papors in the United Stales ill 1780, In iBlOlhceo w«<re268, (incla-fiUng tfi pMkhtopd daily) «htoholrrulatedBfl,-^ 200,000 ( iqiiea >a the year, in iKJtiiey 1 ud iaoKasod to BM, amLat tho proMit ihty art ibant i 40 The nambof of oeptoa etrevtelad ib lBty««T laaiadi IBtoqNoi totho| We received by the diip Hsnfy, a copy of •the Atlas* Commercial Newspaper and Jour-II li,” pub'isbed on the largest sheet ever printed . Oil mcasering th i* sheet, we ft .id it indeed d giant among newipa ers, being 45 by 32 1-* inches, (Just double the size of the Journal), , Tbe.number we have received i* the c-ttimi nce-roentof the publidation dated Sunday, Ma^>' 21, i826. The imprint is, printed and publishi^ fur and by Janies Whiting, at the office of Whi-itiig and Branson, engravers and printers to bis Majesty for the Prevention of Ibigery,” frath^’r an odd sounding title, we Ya. kee* should say,| “Be.iufort Mouse, Beaufort Buildings, Strand.’' It 18 printed m 16 page* about tie sire of tho« in a common full • bible, and two numb»* of it would Contain as mucb matter, and cost as muela for printing an equal number rf copies, as thw New Teitaioent. If its purcbaier* rtud it Ibro' ou the day of pabiication, the; must be ex{>e-ditiott* .aboQS it, or else an tour or two frem church time. Its contents «re a farrago of every species O' matter fuand in .Ntwspapera, and wuuld create confusion di*e in the ideas of any Oloukhi od who should undertake t«> remember the whole. It IS sold at one shillioi; itoriing. NEW-HAMFSHIRE.-rhe cOttun factory in the vicipity oT Dover i* ope of the finest to-tablishmenis of the kind In New England. I ha mnchiuery for spinning, weaving, &c li hereto it* roost perfect state. Eleven thun*and spiiv dies are iu operation. One thousand pswm* are directly and constantly emi Jo^,aDd iithc number of those indirectly employed, such u women andcbildren.be added, the tro aJ would Qot fall short of 2000. The ci^pany is now erecting buiWiiig» for 10,000 spinales, in ad^-•ion to those now in operation, and the tiiigof calicoes and blacking. About threw hundred and fifty looms are itoW Donstructefl and four hundred more are to be pia^ in tho same buildings. The great water wheel which moves all the ComplieAted machiro ry, iii ^ iron and nail factory, a^ the power «f whiA •s distributed and extended to every purl uUa immense pile of buihiings, is said obcUe largest water wheel ever coustfucied; ii i* 28 feet in diameter, and occupies a space large enua§^ for a rooderate sim dwellin^-nouse. Five miles above Dover, in the town of San-ersworlh, is the Great Falls Factory, The opc-Mtion of wealth, connected with enterprise, i« here exhibited to a great extent, I ive or sto years ..go, there wa^ but one dwelling uousef with « saw and grist miil, on a spot whicD noW contai's several large factory buddings, working shops for the making of roochinery, dwelling house* for manufactures, mechanics and traders, varieiy^stores, shops for «11 munnerof mechanical arts, mmI a spacious sod conv«uient hotel. Many of these are built of bncfc mado in the immedtate vicinity. This place, wtito finished accoriliug to the design of the propne-tor, will be one uf the most bcauuful, a td probably une of the mi st expensive m nufoctaring estabUshmeoti in the whole couotry. We wish there wire mure fiction tbsn fat t to t follows, and ‘bat we could fee» that old inia did not merit the keen rebuke. “T^ keep’ the promm to the ear, but k euk tt té ^    the    hope.'’ The apathy evinced in some selections ol ibe Union respectiiifthe subsi ription totbe Jefier-io'i fund, is really a subject lor melancholy reflection, and indicate* more indiflerence to itto preservation of the posthumous cmlit of (he departed patriot» than we supposed c^ possibly exist in this country, much le»s in a state whose debt of gratitude due to him wbe sacrificed every tiling for her weiare, no pecuniary obligations can repay. Speaking upon this subject m answer to a correspoDdent who asks: “Will not Europe have just ground* to tax the American pt opto with inconsistency and want of gratitude, if, after our display of withuei»»m for Lafayeit^ a visitor, we remain indifferent t native menir» the editor of the Philadelphia NatipiiRl Gazette hÓWs tbi» appropriate language “Europe, we apprehend, is able. eviD frtm her own experience, to distinguish betn^n the real, effective, timely gratitude, and the mere prufenion of it, however solemn and lofty and multifarious: and she is likely to regiwd an more iiico«sisienl than any thing else, all the loud wailings and cries of sdmiration, which we may raise, when she contrasts them with mt indiference to Mr. JeffersonS rttncation “m hisuimest need,” as exemplified in our ^nt backwardneti to contribute our purws. It is to be presumed that toe would give us more credit for prupér^feelitjg, ^e ronde a suitable provision for Mr. Jefferson i family, and prevented his inheritance Irom te-ing bankrupt, than if we c iitinowl, throngb any number of years, to set apart a day for merely incensing hi* memory *nd/)r*cteim»y our gra^ itude. The value of theprroluclive labor, k>«« by a ringle day’s devotion to the latter object*, would be sufficient to accomplish the former. These remarks are specially applfcMble lo rirFsmo, where the moR magnificent com-tnemoraHun in words nnd form has been begun and will bo pursued to satii ty | but where *a for a* we have read, the idea of paying «factor’s debts. admini*tPriog oorofort ^ his ndftnts, and •opersedliiE the odlouS »**erybf a truly liberal and bt comíng grant, hasi.ot been introduced into any prt umWe, or «tnitg of resolutions, or newspaper dirge. We cannot comprehend how any iwrtoii, who withheld the mito asked for the relief of Mr. Jcffrrsofi, or ke pt aloof from all the plans am» rxertiiMSs m^to this respect, orii tow appear with a foodtoon at n town meeting, for (he purpose of or joining m • grand deol*ratio*i^P«^« •orvow, aoknuwhrigment. forth, unless he go for the previous apathy, «ad to proai^y^ erous reeolutiun to repair it in tto mgt .h«.M be h.|.l —t MC P'-W* Mr, Jefferws    'P*"*    9»    he    at    «B alive to human ollkirt* Inlsn» NAfie’TioN. The steam beat Heavy F.okfovd arrived hera jastetdiy mominf from Albany, haring to taw the sloop St. CWr, Captain Bwuel Ward, fo«r tpaeks from Michi-limioinae, in the tsuilwy of Miohigtfl, bate aa ialead vofigo of** fhswsmid miko, I’m St. Clair is aMMt toty tod* barthet, aad has ote board a eawn efbeaawaa, Ihr, aabat, btodt wotool «Qwbwadar fogs, aad alk botaa. On TMsSimliBeata vetemsto fo»«r «Iihate4¿ f the awtoar al^iioiseptfiaygNi teiM ; d to tmlllteBi. ^«btotaTMáüaantal&iiapa, Slérfilk..'Tba to-Ctok lies at lhaleolat Itotetefi stnte-mNtos-lkrik Ou*. lid i * ^    f

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