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Indianapolis Indiana State Gazette (Newspaper) - October 22, 1829, Indianapolis, Indiana He Biliran St Lle Cuzette. Pm series yol. I ?�0.1.ibtoianapoliste�hsday, october 28,1829. A whole no. Plot Post Lis be Ras no Taxa state Oak site. Edited by g. L. Kinard. Isip paper recently known by the Tillo Quot a the mis Napolis Gazette was the first a bib Lishco at the Metropolis of the state Quot ii arty eight years ago and has thus far a a Liberal support from the Blic. In giving it an improved appearance a and variation of title it is our intention id Render it mope treeful and interesting Jour Nal acid to identify it More closely Vith con rams of the state at Large. The Jain. Efforts of the editor will be Era Loyed in support of the interests Opin Diana awl in giving to the Gazette As far As Iris tour Cable abilities will enable him to do a reputation a equal to the increasing importance Noti is gon of the Union bearing in mind our ideation to the great confederacy of tie ,andourcon3equcnt duty to sustain be National inter stand character. Prompt id by this consideration and relying wit i i Iii fullest Confidence upon the Wisdom and tote of those who compose the put Rimini station the editor will cordially Ignie his Humble Aid in support of to Weir measures which to believes to be directed 40 the promotion of the National Wel Tore. This declaration is made in a spirit a of Candour towards the Public and Springs Soin a sense of the editor s duty to his icon Petty which it will be his endeavour to a Dis Tatge with modesty and forbearance and without prejudice or passion. It is considered i necessary to enlarge Theap Carance and con Lenti of the paper More than any thing we i Ifould Lay in its Praise will Nab e All to a . As Wjk i mate appears in no entirely new Inion Sheet it must to a expense Hasa Erit to the new proprietors to Sci Trauner for Khich they look to tie Public and in no additional change will be made in the Itobi they Iio Pether a tips will consult Ife Mutual interest of both parties by Mak a advanced pain ends. During the ses Jln Othelie Matuie reporters of proceed . Itis exp that additional int to will to the columns 6i the Gazette by the sesion of Congress from an at Wash Upton. Bar fun am the paper three to lbs including Thelen of tie legis. Nature the Price win he a a a go five cents we intend publishing sex a weekly Jonii Bolton amp Al Nwaki it. The a. State Cazette u Palud Aery thursday a bo1jt0� amp Kin Wabb at two Douay Paivi within two month after jibs ring 3 at the a ask flee Tutu caption taken for a Shorter Urne Ftp a to Blip Monalu unies payment to made Japar three month Ino Ludinig the session Otbo Lep Latare Leventy five cent. A i Jio flu Crelier to be at Liberty to disco tinae until arrearage Are paid Atid on failure to Botija it the end of the tin a Urc Libed f of will be considered a new engage i produce willbe received m payment if delivered at tie Oliece. A a Vert Semeou inter cd on the a Ual a let St of letters �-ema1nisg in the Post Oil coat 3ov if not taken oat by the ont 8�y of january will to Lent to the Gonna a a it o0ce As dead Lettera. A jarred Aftaw Lowe Peter poetry. T17e two my. Hemant. Sec it Thuoi my Home tis where Yon Woods Ore waving in their dark Nch Nesa to the sunny air Vav Sci i Yon Blue Stream a thousand Flower Lanks Laving 3inds in the howl a vein of Light tis there. Jutt these Green haunts How Many a Spring lies gleaming fringed with the Violet coloured with the skies my icy Hood s haunt through Days of summer dreaming. Under Young leaves that Slick with Mcl my biome the spirit of its Lovo is breathing n Yury wind that plays across my track from its White Walls the very tendrils Wreath there am i loved there prayed for there my Mother sits by the Hearth with meekly thought there my Young listen watch to Greet their brother soon their glad footsteps Down the path will Fly. There in Sweet strains ing All the Homo voices meet at Day s decline one Are those tones As from one heart a a ending there laughs my Homo. Sad stranger where is thine so St thou of mine in solemn peace tis by fat o or the deserts and the tombs away tis where i am loved with love undying and fond hearts wait my Steps. But where Are they ask where the Earth departed have their >1 Welling. Ask oath Clouds the stars the trackless air i i know it Noi yet Trust the whisper telling my ionic \ heart that love unchanged is there y and what i Bome and where but with the Quot a Quot Fin i Art that i in St Gaie i a Elk but in Wear Rotino Quot i the dead where or they be i Frich Gle to the household female Friendship. Joy cannot claim a purer Bliss. Nor Eric a Dew from stain More Clear than female Friendship s meeting kiss than female Friendship s Nartin tear. How Sweet the heart s full Bliss to pour to her whose smile must Crown the store How sweater still to Tell of woes to her whose faithful breast would share in every grief in every care whose Sil h can Lull them to repose of blessed Sis i there is no sorrow but from the breath can sweetness borrow e in to the Pale and drooping lower that fade in love s neglected hour e in with her woes can Friendship s Power one happier feeling blend. Tis from her Mehles Bod to creep and sink like wearied babe to sleep on the soft Couch her sorrow Steep the bosom of a Friend. Vol Ciiab Taiin la. Bema by Mosci a air Monteomery fire in James. Kaisik William a Brand Richard r Joseph abm. Thomas Conta Gelia Mai. . Cox Hancy cd ene Edvard Ziemin Elah Flemett Levi Fly joho1 a Surj. I Henry. a la lib in a a a in Cobb a Jahn r Jobo. Lowery abm. Meredith torn Mieir John o Owen John Osborn Jesse Orr junes firmer Reaben Rakestraw Huuey Swingan Alexander Sutherlin Ashley 2. Spray Georgo. A now 8naw francs it to Peon l. Rev. A k a. Wilkinson Robert jalae8. Wilson Abou Wilson Robert Wolf John Nicod Eains Wallace b. Of. Mich fill a a a a f tenge la ant j. L. Sean p. M. It igt6n,Miana,0cl 11ib9, a a it at Fly a be Ajro Crew a county. A Nna Keti by in Samuel fs1 Al of Disoir township com it to in Ert sinon the a of Dat by dece Ruber in 1 i it Hind Friot fat White it Mau cts nest Mary Conway was the Flower Osiier a therlin Kimily. She was Joung and Well do i remember she was Beautiful most beaut Ifill. There is no object beneath the Sun nothing in this wide world full As it is of allurements Rich As it is in the glorious pc miss and Golden Hopes and spirit stirring dreams that bums into the heart like the fresh vision of Young angelic loveliness in the heyday of the passions. There is Somcy Lime pure and innocent and holy in the mild Lustre of her Eye and something heavenly in the soil and gentle smile that plays upon her Cheek and lips. I look Back through a Mist of years but i see no object Mary Conway. Sha married Early in youth advantageously and Happy in age and Fortune her partner was entirely suitable for Here their minds too were similar above the Ordinary cast firmly moulded full of sensibility Deu icy and Spint. And the morning of their Matsu Tinial life Ivore every Prospect of a Lani and delightful and quiet Day of Joy fit seemed Bright to others. It seemed doubly to to them and lost in the plenitude of their Happ mess they forgot if it had Ever entered their minds How much care and caution what watchfulness and forbearance what kindness and prudence was necessary to secure the Peac and Tranquility thei now enjoyed juin4oesoot bum always with the first Light Bat it Ofinn grows More deep , a it Tim Rolls away. The feel Dis remain As tender and Tus Cut it Tihle Rafiet the shield Jim a protected Vliem from a very in kid to 4i or Mitius Borai broken. A id the Busl news in which their wife t my he they were Trio Pride of the Village. Bit How Small a matter sometimes gives an unfed Pecten direction to tie fortunes of kingdoms cities and individuals. It Hap lend one ally Ramon several months after Ler Marri that Mary had a Little Tea party it which several Niaz Rona of the Village were present and As is often the Case a Long and Lemaw Deser tation on the managing of husbands had been Given alternately by on fahd another husbands and prudent wives know what such amount to and How much value they Are to Young House keepers. Unfortunately Henry returned Home in the evening Fatime Dand weary in body and mind with the Labora of the Day and took his scat at the table. His favorite dish was not there. He inquired for it in a style that Savoured a Little of reproach it was unintentional. Mary in tire presence of her self const Itulid preceptors she a i ashamed to appear too submissive before them and beside her feelings were wounded by her husband s manner she replied As she thought spirit edly but it was really Harah. Henry cast a single glance across the table pushed Back his plate and rising left the room. It was the first error. They were both sensible of it in moment but who should make the first Concession where both were plainly Wrango As Henry walked Down the Street engaged in unpleasant meditations and enveloping himself in the gloom a Bright Light from tie upper windows of the Village inn attracted his notice he slopped Over. A party of Gay Young men were about sitting Down to supper they urged him to join he club lire temptation under the Ireum glances of the Case was All powerful. Supper Over he delayed a Little longer and Little longer taking his leave liquor was introduce and he drank music came next and cards followed though he did not pts Ake in the Bat he looked on the games without Abhorrence the dread he had been brought up in of evil had been broken. Returned late at night his spirits heat Edwith wine and he recollection of his wife s behaviour before him he found her re. F red and passed the night in another room. The morning brought a Cool meeting the formal interchange of a few words and t pitting without or complaint the seed of discontent was sown it bore the fruits Liat might be expected. His Home was no longer the Centro of attraction to Henry. His tavern companions were Gay Good Humoured and attractive amp to left the fire Side of his of i mansion which no longer wooed Liim As zealously my Power filly As the old House club of which he was veins Ron Tho Centre and second error was committed. Though unseen by their friends a dark Cloud now brooded Over the fortunes of our Young couple. It gathered darkness until perceptible to every Eye and when i Ini rat carried ruin and desolation with it. Driven to the dangerous company of Diss ii ated fashionable men Henry contracted .11 to licit habits he became a drunkard and .1 Gambler. The Domestic Circle was deserted and its Oil options forgotten m -7 met her husband s har Ahnes and faithlessness with reproaches and bitterness hey both began in error and continued so. These occasioned loud and Long and Vio Lent collisions a fearful example was set Lief re their children who grew up disobedient violent and passionate. And though for Many years the impending Bolt of ruin was stayed just above their Heads at last it sped. Henry died a lingering and awful death. His estate was found Tobe insolvent his children grew up to ruin and Mary the once Beautiful and enchanting Mary Coli Way ended her life in poverty and obscurity. Tylius fatal in its direct and natural consequences was an in or the cd rather of Accident than intention. I leave the test Fer others to Trace out and apply. Mind opinions which promised hut Little a Uva Stout. A my i pm thee air jts it Quot a Cost la. Engaged was a ,1 it to Etlya and intelligent. Five fully pm who so beef Xai prophesied Star the a Weald it a a a ii a Ari iiri of til Quot thank heaven you Are Here at list i feared some Accident Quot said Henry Thornton to a slender formed girl whom he handed into a Post chaise at 1 o clock in Tho morning and drove from a Sion of or. Tirrell. Quot i have waited an hour Quot said he As they Rode along Quot and you can imagine my feelings during Thijs suspense. It is so Cloudy thai there is danger of missing the Way. Barring Sutich an Accident however we shall be in Providence by four and then for the Reward of love. Quot saying this he passed his hand gently round the Waist of his companion and gave her a the first he had Ever dared a a kiss. Such a stretch of gallantry seemed too much for his inamorato who signified her displeasure by shrinking from the re cution. A nay Caroline said he i a fam nothing wrong Ardour relative situations will surely warrant a Freedom so innocently Caroline did not seem disposed to argue the Point and hairy Rera amed silent urging his Good Steed Mth All commendable rapidity. Henry Thornton had been brought up m the higher circles of society and looked Forward from his Hiither s standing and associates to a life Ohap mess Iii id ease and consequently had neg Eclid Thow Means which i not absolutely up Ces Chance of his retain tag the rage a amp the station in which of now being allowed to he plea Hisayo Uthaw it ent in Muse met and Idle land Ashe ten up he declined into a a Lata of Mutie ult Loucis which Tot Day Kilfitt him Rathe act a oui Raof us ibid Ine tilted amp it to his for his future usefulness. In Short he was a High spirited but romantic unreasonable and foolish imagined that every thing was made for him and Liat when he entered on his career Fortune Honor and homage would attend him. With such feelings it is not remarkable that he found himself at thee Ariy age of Twenty in the situation of one Quot who loved not wisely hot too Well Quot a personal int View with the idol of his heart Lead rendered him inconsolable. She Washy three years Liis senior a girl of excellent sense and spirit and on the occasion referred to Lead expressed her mind to his pretensions with a sarcasm that Cut Liim to the , however not to be foiled he renewed tie attack and finally succeeded so far that she suffered him to speak Long and often of his lore without that pointed rebuke with which he had met in his first whether this was permitted by the lady lie cause she repented of the Hasty rejection of his offer or because she was of too peaceful a nature Abr continued opposition shall not attempt to decide. Certain it is they were much together and supported an intimacy which unless she admitted him As a Lover or considered him merely As a boy whose Chat was a pleasant Relief to her Vas very improper Henry might be pardoned for taking the firmer alternative ind we can conceive of two mingled sensations of doubt and pleasure which he Felt when the Welcome truth began the Dawn upon his mind. For a time he lived but in her presence and desired no other happiness than to be her companion. But his mind was not of a sort to be satisfied with inactivity and he soon busied himself in endeavouring to Brington close the drama in which he had acted so plei Tsing a part the opposition of Parent and its con commit ant evils had full weight in the mind of Wiir hero during these cogitations and at length drove him to the conclusion that Tho affair could Only be settled speedily and honorable but by an elopement. This plan so suited to his Genius and Dispo i lion he was sure would meet the approval of Caroline and he longed for her consent to put it in execution. At tie next interview with a throw big heart told her of the obstacles to a regular marriage and proposed that she should Crown his happiness by eloping with him at twelve o clock the succeeding night. He Laid before her the Means he had provided for executing Hispran renewed at intervals his protestations of love and regrets at the Fate to which they were doomed. Caroline listened at first with Surprise but for reasons which were not forthcoming held her peace and Lune red him fully to unfold his scheme. Quot and now Quot said Henry in conclusion Quot will spare your delicacy my dear Caroline the pain of consent Tor i can read it in your countenance. Be secret and do not fail to meet me at the hour greed upon we Willnow return to the inmates of the Post chaise with whose characters the Reader probably belie v is acquainted. The Clouds at whose portentous lowering Henry had looked with so much anxiety in a Short time began much to his annoyance to Send Forth showers of Tain. Meanwhile he pushed on with Tho utmost Speed but being unacquainted with the Road he could not proceed with certainty so Liat he soon Felt in anticipation nil the horrors of a failure and began mentally to Eurse the unfortunate circumstances in which he was placed. As the Dawn broke to could no longer conceal from himself that he had lost his Way but his agony was increased when he discovered by a signpost that he had not accomplished half his journey and was at least a dozen Miles off his route. He feared too for Tho health of Caroline who from Tho Cirei distance that the tempest had Lien directly in their i ices was undoubtedly drenched to the skin and if they hoped to accomplish Timeir purpose could not obtain change of Appa. Relf orsome hours to come. He was also obliged to lose a dozen Miles travel before he could arrive at the place for changing horses so that the Chance of detection was extremely probable. As the time wore a Way his impatience and fears increased but he dared not communicate them to his beloved who during the whole journey had remained silent and muffled regretting As he now thought in his bitterness that she had committed herself to his guidance. A suppressed laugh firem her veil it May Well be supposed did not add to his comp Facein by hut when the disposition to Hemment became still More a part he conceived that he had a right to demand an explanation. Quot you have chose in a poor time for mirth. Miss Caitlin Quot a Aid he turning to his companion who he ii to idiot the mild and intellectual glance of Caroline but the Black and Good natured countenance of Dinah who at thei a Quot mistress Hul consented to accompany eur hero on his matrimonial expedition. Foot having let them in they made mean postmaster general and Wlinich mud lord Elgin had pm scented to Tho City of a thins a i . They follow should be communicated to toil cd me slowly in Jar fact silence to the tempore no representation on them inject to rushed in which it was placed but had conc entered than they began to Gile and presently burst into a loud i nog they then Drew Back suddenly their Long veils As if by a pre concerted scheme to Surprise me by that Blaie of tic Auty which radiated upon me. Been prepared and the Day woe ii Toj reluctance to take any St i a who i look like the ol6pring of resent men of on further reflection however i Haw eluded that whatever appearance u w have it is my duty both at a citizen he ing a Propp Reg to interact of hucauii6 and As an individual Havinga due Gaid Toi his reputation to i it the . The common and the pot office de Quot a seen a letter Ted at intent of Money to anyone who is Ultcht this City and published Firat in the new York commercial advertiser assailing the Post master Leneral we have made enquiry and Are enabled to Lay tie following fact Befi ire in readers on the evening of the 14th inst after Jar. A. Bradley was removed from the office of assistant Post master general his White mantles or Viles reaching from head to Sli ewed your total unfitness of the From the United Sta Telegraph. The Public until the Deb tadness Ctm being no longer your subordinate Luapi a become my duty to state in due Finto the comptroller of the Treasury that Yoa Are in that predicament. a that your indebtedness to the amount of thousand dollars is As Clear distinct and Indish Tawe As it is in any Case slut a son called at the House of p. M. 0. Col Ever that he kno very Well As a Gardner being present amp Denvered to in triv i Rolf Letz re two keys a Large and Smauzer one saying ? up. M the Telegraph a equally. a quoth a a a a sense Conil Law and deliver the rat. The Post master and to do Ision of the Fop Rem Cir. handed Tho keys to Cuit courts of the United slates. Col. Gardner the successor ofor a. Bradja Quot a Quot a in ?� Ley. It snot tree that he promised to a mire to pass smoothly Al tto from col. G. Nor was any five raffle and such request made As stated in the letter referred to. The next morning or. P. Bradley called on the Post master general and urged that As a matter of Justice to his brother he should be reinstated in office and time allowed for the settlement of his accounts which could not be done Ali list he was out of office. The Post master general told him distinctly that his brother could not he reins ated but that every necessary facility would be afforded in the adjustment of his accounts. The doctor added that his accounts would have to be examined for 20 years Back and that upon a Fiir settlement the department would owe him Al least Twenty thousand doll Ais. Upon being asked How that debt was created the doctor replied of a Menles advanced by his brother to the department. On the e tempest that was practicable to serve i friends and to do acts of Courtesy Ana i kindness to All who came in Ray , by it i you was advised through or. Bumps opt that the Public is already a lose by you is payment and engagements to the Smeun of j rawly one Hundred thousand Dpt an an4 you have been hardly sir months in Oso the duty therefore a Nuiji presentations is no Lesi i i Quot is unpleasant. Ican it in i fore that you will Ravie Unur you have been in Tolice Iid it Tion for which Tou ate i j i a. R you know the Law that 0 discharge Yii i foil of Peraira Andi fhe Yar c i Palo a re it a you which i am conic it Ieve in not Bej ii and should hesitate it a in i a i to sent stale of parties d Ltd Chr. or. B. Wrote a let character expressing a want of conf Quot a reeled or. M. T. Sir Nymn and or. Suter to proceed on the 28th inst. Ibis Day to make the inventory and deliver tie articles to colonel Gardner unless a. Bradley should appear in the office at an Early Day. These gentlemen thus commissioned notified or. A. Bradley which to spa oin prepared no doubt after deliberate consultation and antedated the 23d, fore Lect was turkish beauties. The fact Ofa turkish women must not be Seconi Public. the Street unveiled to tuns his fue towards the Wall till Stron Mistbe Force of custom Tutti ones saw Back upon his own daughter a Yonne a ii of exquisite Besenty a a she walked i tsp at thu poppy he a. The Laili Esi we eve a a not and Sodt Unish when out of As i Mem is Ruvardi form. Iii it Jinja Lii script on one Afke noon at Luil whilst worthy Siri Gera Nat Gatihi stat to Lre a Uneus Uin is Edtrich a Cornu Cut. Chi to a Heb by. 88,1829i sir when my Friend Simpeor Walh a. Onsa Thida Wen Rokhe was so diff Rae �4�, la a Wutz urls Beta we of Broh the a a Antr try he a a a so is tha k a a in win i in opt j Rii u.-,<lttd�, c i la m info t reinstatement of is brother. This letter is give Quot Quot be office i Morfi Aily i get Digraci of a removal Quot for adequate w Causnaud this communication win then a Milit Onie confidential for whatever two gentlemen to make on the monday. A a a. A an inventory of Articie of value left in his a no Wui to Depry it. Office to be handed Over to his successor Sestel Grid Ahus you in the opinion of your friends. But it would be unpardonable knowing you As 1, hox. We. T. Baby Post master Ceay or. Clay and jud"e5rlean. To the a Ottoa of the . Sir a in your paper of the Lith inst i there is republished an editorial article fim the Cicinnati Gazette of the 12th of Ai handed ,onyesterday.he27th. Wis it will be seen Fiat the letter to the commercial advertiser was also prepared by whether it r s Isoni i a to considerate ritalin l he Ittis Sitio i we chit raft rms Fofiu Foj l we know the Kentucky reporter to be the Peak of m Bradl s a to Tot of confidential Organ ofor Gay s views and the insinuation Jentlie letter to the. Com a a a a his ,l, no Arti i Bradley other. Mister general which ate / to impeach the integ. Sons in Clear or. B. And r Are Wala Rudelin. A atm to ,, a prop use of the Public Money and Trout a mr., the a of the Iron Chest was a idea ova a Tocol Boardner and should thereafter a. A Al has Pear tip it do not contain a my of a up a Ney a a necessary Tosmio or. Bradley s his Eferts Ai 1.0� diluted to Thea a factory Toa Masinter Perso tothe county. To Shasby a his around Thabit Kasnot a pm oth Isdr ber Aop Edu the Public speeches lately to Quot a its Content Many . A a a a a Quot Senuick and it is upon m. T Gardner or by any other a race a of dimly that he has been to i key came to a i a. Gain the a in tenant and sit part Ofa Xiy i by Espy Havedon it of Heute amp ends ofor Adanal Idiong ins dismissal cd a be did then when or. May itstilfcoi., no Thek Yio mrbai2, stay be Comette a a his a Lind of Fecu one Riig with \ Forth a quiz constant declarations of his on Dispiter a it would be diff cult sgt a mfr. Bradley to Patriot a ski it to ten a Ossit i of Money an of Taiyi Elk a such of j Quot a Isey she. It. Own to a to . It 1 jail i. Hammond t in in Iii Iii

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