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Mercantile Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 11, 1826, Cincinnati, OhioP v �?�4 a amp re Aifiti a Daify advertiser Mon a Nati i monday september ii a a a. In the election of 1325, or. Adams Hud of a the vote of 13 states represented by 87 for a Rwy re a of in shot Fry Joseph members and the free population of w a Chr Gen. Jackson had the the wrap piety of the. Course we have adopted of open inf oar columns to the discussion of the merits of candidates for Public offices whose appointment is ele Tiff by the people we presume will not be denied especially As in the publication of a daily journal ample room is afforded for that purpose. We were not however unaware of the difficulty that would be experienced in restrict inf our respective correspondents within proper Bounds. But however perplex inf it May be to do so we Are determined to require it of them at least so far that their productions shall not be offensive to the Public taste with respect to a proper use of language. They should recollect hat whatever feelings of personal hostility they May entertain towards each other the greater part of their readers Are disposed to View the subject calmly and impartially. In reference to the last production of a a a jacksonian which appeared in the i paper on saturday morning we deem if necessary to state that in the hurry of business it was put into the hands of the compositor before it had been examined by either of the editors and that the proof was taken quite too late to erase the offensive epithets it contained. The Richmond enquirer has inferred from some remarks in a late number of the crisis on the subject of amending the Constitution that we Are in favor of a consolidated government. This is a mis take. Our observations were made solely in reference to the amendment proposed by the committee of the Senate at the last session of Congress relative to a District system which if carried into effect. Would destroy the principle of the present confederation As it regards the sovereignty of the states individually to this principle we Are firmly attached. But if it must be destroyed we would go further in favor of the people than their dear friends of the South have yet proposed. We would wish to see them tote directly for president in the same want 3.530,6-56. Votes of 7 slates represented by f 1 hers and the free population of which was 2.665.252. Or. Cranford had la votes of it states represented by 61 members and the free population of was 1,850,026. The great reflecting Telescope lately elected at the Royal Observatory at Greenwich is the property of or John Ramage the Artis who constructed it a or. Ramage is a native of Aberdeen where he has eminently distinguished himself by the variety of i scientific and mechanical a suit. He has been remarkably successful in the const Rue i Ion of i e hoc Trig telescopes cd very consider Able dimensions the mtr Rois of which Are exquisitely finished in color Gram and mv1 my the mechanism which supports Bis Telescope is extremely simple and Well contrived or. Ramage was desirous that one of i telescopes should he pm ced at the Roy Otoe Ivatury is the place where its merits were Likely Tobe appreciated and we which Hare in Banner they now vote for governor or other state officers. Those states then which should continue to a keep Down a or. Randolph a dreg of society a by limiting the right of suffrage to free Bol Ders would lose their prop it Onai m fluence in the government. The slave holding states too would have to permit their slaves to vote or lose an influence in proportion to three fifths of their v a a or. For Stu and or. Tattnall Hoth representatives from the stale in Congress Are spoken of As candidates for the office of governor of Georgia at the in Snag sat. Journal. Patrice h. Cabell Esq. Has connected himself w Ith the Lynchburg virginian lie a own his former preference for or. Crawford. And Hie determination to a a Tain or. Adams rather than Gen. Jackson of Hanover invent Ion it fan improvement in shot is applicable to the Lead shot commonly used in fowling pieces for killing game and consists in coating the surface of the shot with the per Cut hereto it is rendered White much or re convenient for use More cleanly and not so liable to injure the Quality of i he Gam it killed by it As when prepared in the usual manner nor to adhere to the barrels of the fowling pieces. The Lead shot is Token in preference before it is glazed with plumbago or Black Lead and put it into a vessel either a i a globular or barrel shape which can be closed and which is preferable it made of Iron and capable of receiving either a revolt ring movement on an Axis of of being agitated backwards or forwards or in any other fit or proper manner. Into this vessel or be a Els. One bonded pounds �458 a then to assay the Resi Luary mass by a Means of Mure ate of a Rytti forgot phonic calenders acid by ammonia for Alumina and by Mui rate of Platina for Potash the above method of Detec nog the presence of Alum must therefore a taken with some limitation there is no unequivocal test for it me testing in a ready manner the presence of Alum in Bre cd on a it Rouart Oft he impurity of the common Salt used in the making of bread. If we could i the Ordinary Way of bread making Eui Plov common weight of Lead Phot is put and about one j household bread known to be genuine Pound of Mercury or quicksilver and nod actually assayed in a similar manner nearly filled i water briskly stir or agitate the whole together until the. A a a a or Ikka. Pm cat Ltd i of a fast Pfluf tatted by e n he of the Mercury or now Disdier b is m a my p. Of Al 177 and 196. Spread Aid diffused itself uniformly Andis p Uli. How la Evirtt Lorn int Riga . Or Sowcik a or Ofha or sub tirces the Mode of detecting the presence of Alum or at least one of it can Vii tent parts namely the sulphuric acid would be very easy. Some conjecture May nevertheless by assaying the infusion of bread in the Maimer slated and comparing the a May Wilh the results afforded by an infusion of Home made or and Apex v or. I. A. ,. A. I i Law Man lie can i w Mann to on understand that from the trials Coa de the surface of the Sfax to it Lef whith fra911 method o f inducing of the goodness of Hundred pounds. Mun Hul 1618. Ave been made the most Ovora it a wat feed Well in water. The shot is bread Cora and bread flour. A a attorneys ancient b Giaume a it a h of la performance May be sex then spread upon a clot h or Canvas j min Jod Geof he Odness of bread Blue coat since a 1. Very and its hatching to by the Quantity of bran which the we Repoz to t petted. I he same artist has finished a which is stretched upon a Frame of Wood Coro Mirror of sixty feet focal length which it and i of bed with a sponge or cloth which is to be hoped the p Eskot Zeal for a Sizoo will make it dry quicker. Should the omy will enable to put it into a stale shot lose its Silvery color by being kept a to i of Erv Ilion. He does not attempt to Dong time it May be by give his mirrors very great diameter be putting it into a revolving Vesse Grain produces. Such grains As Are full and plump that have a Bright nod shining appearance / a without any Shi veiling Anu shrinking inor one covering of the skin Are the Best for my of Opio on hat greater Power and capable of being Backoo or agitated to a a pm nil to Afao of bran Baa or dist Titue a is to be obtained by increase get hey with some water of focal distance. In this respect Bis the Cury it r quicksilver and treated As before a if the late sir mentioned. A less it Pes differ from Tho a William Heuchel who it is Well known undertook the much More difficult task of bringing to perfection mirrors of a very Large diameter. A Heck ask. Of a . We Are now called upon to notice the decease of one of our most estimable citizens. Paul alien who has Long been in it it in to the Public As an Able writer and a zealous advocate of Universal emanes a film is numbered with the dead he had been confined to his room a few weeks previous to his death but was not considered dangerous until near the last. He was Cut off m the prime of manhood. Much might lie said respecting the virtually conduct of the subject of this notice but i shall leave it 1# those who have been longer and More intimately a quainter with and of course Are Bette it Able to do Justice to his merits i cannot however forbear to mention that Paul Allen was it me of the tip exons who composed the first meeting t a pm Sider the proposition to form the anti slavery society of Maryland. At the first election of officers under the Constitution. He a unanimously chosen one of its vice presidents and to the period of his last ill is. He held the same station and continued an Active influential member. Scarcely a Sirgle measure has been adopted by the Parent Branch of that society since is organization that had not Hie zealous and Able support. In Bort he was one of its most efficient members and Long will his fellow labourer a in the anti slavery cause As Well a our citizens generally w to hate had the pleasure of his acquaintance deeply regret his untimely it demise a Genius of Universal emancipation. Counterfeits of the Denono nation of 5, 10 and �?~20 dollars purporting to be of the she Battle of Voth cur it inn Are in circulation and Are a Aid to be Well engraved the Folio Wing i the description of them �.,the Georgia courier. On the fight hand till on the top. Of the Bill there is the a tin p of a die containing lie figure of 5,10 of 20 As the Ca May be surrounding Jav High Are 22 Small circles or do s on the genuine note a to. He oils hav it but of the Eye of the female figure Are very Bdl executed in that counterfeit n Tea As Hev l it of a the vulgar expresion is a a ii two Burnt holes in a Ali areas on i e genuine Bills they Are Well executed. I he it of Tep Eit notes Are generally filled to to h. Colds whose name is i believe never seen i a Iro m1 note. The paper of the counterfeit a too Bright a he raid. The chinese method of making Sheet poetry Cooks and Bakers judge of the r j r,.,. A a a a e Goudine Miof flout m the manner in which a the eel Lead a bib c a to Ort. Ruelf Korea dog. I he Best kind of beaten flour assumes at the instant d is formed into paste by the and China is Maufit cured in a Way not generally known in this country. The operation to conducted by two men. One is. _. of water a very glue Durille and seated on the floor with a urge Flat Stone. A ,.before , and a moveable film a. �?o7 �.? a a i tone food at i. A de. I. Fellow work w Ehm gated , and Man a Cal cite Ltd a. Me a , break melted lend and h. A or. Of own de a Cerghin Quantity on the Stone the. A a. A other lifts the moveable Stone and dash l. A a a ukr k. ,. U a. _ a. I a a grata which has been heated or in rot my it on the fluid Lead presses it out into a 2., us u l. A Ltd the stack May in Ibe following manner a Flat anything plate which be instantly. J. I 7 be rendered it for being made into bread removes Troni the Stone. A second Quan ,6. A a i be wheat most be put into a Vesel Tity of Lead is poured in a similar no to. Ner and am Law Pinto formed the pro Kapa. Zulu v to Cess being carried on Wilb no or a it a quoth a a Al i d 601 pfo.,y. The rough Edge. A grains which float May be removed. When the water a it As become cold or m about half an hour it is drawn off. Then race it he Corn with cold water and having completely drained it spread it thinly on the floor of a kilo and has thorough Are then Cut off and they Are soldered together Tor use. V Aea manuf Cutie of Glass a. Lig nay has invented a new method of manufacturing Giatas Wuh Hii the Alkali. He h to obtained a Brevet us a petition in France and the following in a. Niobe a Lau Ijo a a a a .1 l a of turnip it frequent the proeem.�?.1 pc .00 w a Llori g Hje or Oft sulphate of soda 676 parts of 340 pans of tune which have been exp Tose .1 to the air. Alt these materials must be mixed with much exactness. The Phil. Trank for 1817, part i. ,. Needle making. A i will attempt to give Furnace and pot Are to he heated till foil 0 no Flea of Needle making. The red when the mixture in Amali my Are a first Cut into suitable lengths for should be charge Tuto toe pot until the l Needles each end is sharpened by Iatter is fall the Mouth of the pot taking fifty or a Hundred Between the fio Shoul i then be Stop up and Wuh us con Gerej and rolling the Points on a revolving tern., introduced into the and Ltd one the Niedl u the Palrei of mob As it a perceived that the mme Itu d a a the Centre. And 0dc blow Timve sunk Tuto Ibe pot More of toe same u11 �p5 two eyes and at the same time mixture must be put in unto the pot is cuu it he were a year Jovo Between the a i melted vitreous substance Raj waa ont no much a Strong lire must be Leonti tied. In older poll a a the a ked How Man time it the order to obtain a c in Tete Luston in a do Fol t0 blk the pm Recei in a Little time at possible when tha Jume. Bal be took a new me a or a a , Small portions must be Ken i Bow the Needles Are then parts pests in states commonly greatest a Hen thing grow in a Equality As natural tempests Are greatest about the equinoctial and As Lii go Are certain hollow blast of wind and secret idling if a a before a Empett to Are there in Bacon. Whether ref Figie a be the or Fola ii Mihl be Nece sunly in lated to be the Only Wise principle and Safe hypothesis for a Mao to five and die . Some divines make the same use f in Cipf y Jbf or Deleuce but Mere ornament and show and cover themselves a Iff Fine cob web Homer s Goda did with a Cloud. Tom Broom a be us not envy some men their accumulated itches their Burthen would be too heavy for us we amid not Sci Tykey As they do health quiet Honor and conscience to obtain them it is 10 pay on dear for them that the bargain is a Losa. A Orvy a. Bruyere. \ \ a a prison is a grave to Bury Mea alive and a place wherein he May team More Law thou tie can at we min Ter for a meeting of the stockholder of the of vend Lii Furance companies of Salem was held in that town on the 17rh ult. To take into consideration the evils under which these institution Labore these Are stated to be the unreasonably Low state of premiums the unnerve a Sai y multiplication of id Ranee offices for speculative purpose a the decrease of oui foreign Commerce and its probable still further dimunation from obvious and natural cause a the diversion of capital and m ton Madison county Enterprise to other objects of Pursuit and the consequent lessened demand for la Sura Nee offices a inks and commercial facilities and the heavy tax on the Community growing out of these multiplied estahliabaient.-, for salaries rents and contingent expenses in addition to Haz arding the Stock without any Prospect of remuneration. A comm tee consisting of Hon. John Story icon. Benjamin Pickman Honda 1 aft 1st education 30ciett of w. Vori. From the ninth report of this society read at their late annual meeting to a it appear i be whole number of scholar n a a in the Seminary at that place is 42, 30 of whom Are More or less aided by the seven of the whole number Are indians from the Carey station whose expenses Are assisted by the Baptist Board of foreign missions in connexion with Appio p rial pm from the general government. A cts of sixteen students have just completed their course of studies and Are about to enter the tied of Public labor Niel 4. White John Osgood Esq. Jobo 1 who a a a umber who have completed w. Treadwell a a. Nathaniel Salton their and gone out from the Hall Esq. Humphrey Devereux ,Nin, mice a Pertab Lehment. U 68. And Nathaniel l. Rogers. Is. Were appointed to the the subject of the meet in into consideration and to report an cd Joumei meeting what measures in their opinion Are proper to be adopted. The wit queers in Boston have paid into the Treasury �18,305 73 for auction duties during the last six months. Or. Niles in his Register of the 26th ult. Forfi Irhe the following As the result of an investigation into the subject of the Orvii Dentai elections in 1801 and 1825. In the former or. Jefter on had the v it us of 8 states represented by 51 member. Ann the tree population of which a 1,533,758 or. Bun bad the votes of 6 a to nth r presented Gay 54 member and the free population of which w is 1.696. 645 two �1st Vermont and Mary land were equally . A Stone building is in a state of Foi wariness it is to he 100 feet, sixty wide fog r 11 ories h High coot a i Ning to lib Fly six rooms for Stu ii Uhd nearly it mane for lodging together with a forge t Lapel a room Lor a philosophical apparatus and a forge conv client looms for Recita Tiou. Annizer building is to by erected fora boarding hou.-.-. 48 fiet Long and 34 i e. Two stories it Hirom the foundation making a cellar of one half of the base me. D in by and a Kitchen of the other the upper Story to contain a. Large dining Hall and other convenient rooms for a the whole to be done the present year for �950. The society also own a form of 123 acres lying near the Seminary valued at �4,0w. I in the morning Inhat thou Hast to do at Aigret ask thyself what thou Hast Dune. Out at diff it ent times to ascertain whether the Glas in a sufficiently refined which generally happens in about 22 this guis is then fit for use it May re main double ufos time in the Furnace without rink. Another Mode proposed is to take 100 part of Well dried Uriate of soda 123 parts of Fiviea 92 Partlow Lime which have been exposed t the air Well mixed together and fused in the Way above be scribed in 16 Louisa Good Gross will be fit for any purpose tha. Met by be required other pro Porti >ns.�?100 dried Uriate of soda ilk slacked irme 140 Sand fro in .50 to 200 of Glass of the same Quality or. 100 dried sulphate of soda 12 slacked Lime 19 powdered charcoal 225 Sand 50 to 200 broken Glass. Again 10 dried Subj of soda 2t�6 slacked Lime 500 Sand 50 to 200 broken Amales de i industries rationale. F. Method of detecting the presence of Alum in bread. Pour upon two notices of the suspected bread half a pint of boding distilled water boil the mixture for few minute and filter it through a sized paper. Eva p irate the fluid to about one fourth of it original bulk and let gradually tall into the Clear fluid a solution of Uriate of Barytes if a copious Wuite precipitate end be which ones nut disappear by head Dilion of pure nitric acid the presence of Tiu Muity be us a fooled. Bread made without Alum produce a when assayed in this manner merely a very slight precipitate which originate from a mute portion of quip brute of magnesia contained in All com non Salt of Commerce and bread made Vii Salt treed Iron sulphate of fugues a produces an in Luis Ion with water which Doe nut become disturbed by the air tic Cert parted and you have two. In an unfinished state. Tem wring them is then the next process. The Needles while heated red hot Are the in into Odd water and afterwards Are brought to a Spring temper by being Rol led a n pin Tes of hot i i on. Each is then filed at the Eye and last of All receives the polish in the same Way As it is printed Only on a finer Stone. In the last room v visited were fifteen or Twenty Young girls from ten to fourteen years of age Busy in counting them out putting them in to pipers and Labelling them the principal part of the work is done by boys who from their appearance must be poorly paid sugar from beets. According to an article in the London journal of arts and science for the month of july it appears there Are at present one Hundred manufactories in France devoted to the making of sugar from the Lett Root. The Quantity of sugar actually prepared is estimated at it on four to five millions of pounds. This however is but one twentieth of the Coo sum i Ion in that country. A the manufactories Are in a thriving state and the he Mand for the a Riele increasing. The Price of fuel in the French Market being almost one sixth part of the whole coat of manufacturing the sugar of course in countries w Here fuel i More pasty could be afforded Poponi snably cheaper. The new York tunes in allusion to this subject remarks it is not impossible that with the Elia useless Supply of fuel and extent of unimproved fond in out own country this May at no Distant Day be added to the numerous Branch of american Cuianu . Journal. A daughter of John Harbaugh of fre Derick county my. Was bitten on the 22d of inst month on the ankle by a Copper other Means of detecting All the four head Mke the bite of which it consider Iii sent part of Alum namely the Alumina Ull tunic acid and Polari so a to Render the presence of the Alum unequivocal will Readdy suggest a Elf to those who Are Laminar Wanh analytical chem dry namely one of the readiest mean in to a the be Grabi matter of the b Ead by the act Ion of chlorate of Potash a i equally dangerous As that of the Rattlesnake. A perfect cure was effected by simply applying a common Glass Bothe filled with whiskey to the wound for three Quarter of an when nearly All of the Poison was extracted. The Poison it is said a distinctly see pass my from the wound into the bottle. Coat since a livery and its hatching under a lawyer whence though but pea feathered he Bath now nested for himself and with his hoarded Pence purchased an office. Two de is and a quire of pay per set up where be now sits to state Lor All Comers. We can Call no great author yet be writes very much and. With the infamy of the court is maintained in his libels. He has some Mutch of it a scholar and yet uses latin very Balmy and lest it should accuse cuts it off to the midst and will not let it speak Odir he is contrary to great men maintained by his followers that is his poor country , that worship More than their landlords and be they never such curls be looks for bet Courtesy. He first Racks soundly himself and then Deli Vero them to the lawyer for execution Ilia looks Art very solicit an importing much t haste and despatch he is never without a his hands Tail of business that is a of a Perr his ski becomes at last As dry As Parchment. And his face As intricate As the most winding cause. He talks of statutes As fiercely As if he bad mooted seven years in the tuns of courts when Al t his skill is stuck in Bis Girdle or in i office window strife and wrangling have made Rich and he is thankful to Bis benefactors and nourishes it. If he live in a country Village be makes All Bis neighbors Good subjects for there shall be nothing Dona Bat what there is Law for. His business gives nut leave to think of his conscience and when the time or term of i life is going out Lor Dooal Day he is secure Lor be Hopes he has a trick to Rey arse judgment. A Bishop Earls. A a close behaviour is the fittest to Recei vow virtue Lor it constant gut because there and there Only it can be secure. Proper reserves Are the Ufi Wiiks and most never of deserted by those who intend to keep the place they keep off the possibilities not Only of being taken but of being attempted and if a woman seeth anger though it never so Remote a distance she is Lor that time to shorten her Hoe of Liberty. She who will Alio j Bertolf to go to the utmost extent of e very f thing that is lawful is so very near going Lurther that those who lie at watch will begin to count upon her. Advice to a daughter Seville. It is a false to play with fire As to Dally with gallantry. Love is a passion that hath friends in the Garrison and for that reason must by a woman be kept at such a distance that she May not be with in the danger of doing the Mast usual thing in the world which is conspiring against herself else the Humble Gallant a who is Only admitted As a trophy very i often be cometh the conqueror be put v Teth on the style of Victory and from to admirer growth into a master for so to Quot May be called from the moment he is in the greatest men May some times over.shoot themselves but then their very mis. Takes Are so Many lessons of instruction. Tom Braam. F. From a common custom of swearing f. Mea easily slide into perjury therefore if thou wouldst not be Pei bred do not use to swear a Hicri cur 4 t the time is near when the great and the Rich must leave his land and his Well built House and of All the Trees Opku Orchards and Woods nothing shall Alstead to his grave but Oak for i coffin and Cypress for his toy Lor. I knew a person who after having Las Ted ten different kinds of Tea would distinguish without seeing the color of it the portico Orsort which was offered and not Only so but any two sorts of them that were mixed Ogliher in equal pro portion nay he has carried the Experiment m far As upon tasting the Coupe. A nation of three different sorts to name the parcels from which the three several ingredients were taken. A Man of Fine taste in writing will discern after the same Manuer not Only the general beauties and imperfections of an author but discover the several ways of thinking and a expressing himself which diversity from All other authors with the several foreign infusions of thought and , and the particular author from whom they were borrowed a Addison remarkable bequest a in the 29tb codicil to the will of Thomas Nash Well known by the upper it a too of Beau Nath late of the City of Bath Esq. Vul used is the following curious and ludicrous be a it it quest

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