Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
15 Apr 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - April 15, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana Hmm Mem App i ithe a re a a published every wednesday Quot speak Iii with Tab pub Boozi of a Kah Imam if Rebb to a Avail inca of a. R.,.i i j. A 1_ rms Mukhi 1&Quot 1, i-0 i. .-.�. A i ii. T i a a la by go of a volume ii. Terre haute lao county vow Daiva apr Iii 15, 1840. A Lihi a a a a a r a a. The Wabash enquirer i published every wednesday once on Al Between it Abate and Ohio a free a directly Eal of Flat court House. dollars per annul Typo Dumars and Jinty menu will be received if paid within eight months from the time of eur scribing or to dollars if paid in Advance or within four Rooths. No paper discontinued till All arrearage Are paid Unley a at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a Dia continuance at the and of the year will be considered a sew engagement. in this paper will not be allowed to average More than four columns. inserted three times at one Dollar a Square 8 lines to be continued at the rate of25 cents per Square weekly. Unless the number of lome Tiona be marked on the manuscript when banded in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisements published by the Quarter or longer will be charged a Square 6 for i Mouths or f 10 a year. Merchant Drugg Tsu and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares 15,5 take Good care and not permit Biro Elf to be led into dissolute society by the dissipated Young nobility of Dublin who Hava Ever been remarkable for their extravagant Mode of living and for their propensity to excess of every description and shape imaginable. Edmond promised to obey Bis excellent Mother pointing to Phillippa As he spoke Quot that is my guardian Angel you need fear nothing while i am under the protecting Wing of her virtue and they soon arrived in Dublin and reached the House of the Baroness in Kildare Street the second evening after a Grey left the Abbey. Again the sound of song and revelry were heard. It was soon noised among the ranks of wealth and fashion that the Rich a fair of Walter de Burgo and the House of Montress or was in Dublin. Of searching the records of the nobility it was discovered that Edmond now lard Montressor was heir to a title on the paternal Side his Uncle who held the right to it being deceased. Society at that period particularly in the City of Dublin was in a very corrupt Sute a state which has been in a situation of amendment almost Ever since the time alluded to. A number of Fine dashing Young Irish noblemen officers and accomplished but unprincipled Fellows and collegian of Trinity College who had run through such of their fortunes for three squares $20 for Quarter of a column of As they could a squander away soon fastened upon the 2000 Ems $25 half a column f50 three fourths i unwary lord Edmond and insisted upon initiating him into the ways of Dublin and dragged him into every scene of dissipation for which that City was notorious. Pii filippa Coli planned that she did Dot have so much of his society As formerly and the Baroness de Lacy who saw How he was situated remonstrated with him upon the impropriety of his conduct and what would probably be the feelings of his Mother could fhe be aware of the Way he was destroying his Fortune his health and his peace of mind not to mention the grief that was consuming the heart of her daughter Phillippa. Montressor saw that he had been led into Acu unworthy of him and sincerely regretting his fault resolved to shun the society of the Young men of Dublin and by his ,1 w. Soothing and tender attentions to his Phillippa. In bran Doea not shake vis chains at the Gate glad at Deavo red to heal tie wounds his neglect had inflicted. Lord Edmond was now All Devotion to miss de la of a column $63 for a column $75 a year advertisements authorised by statute must be paid for in Advance. Advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a brother publisher. Postage must be paid. Bran the bloodhound. Of Thi heir of de Burgo. Lue est Mei conservator. Silent is the Hall of my to i hear not the voice of the Bard. The coming of Lander �?0�5ia� Cost Intro Edmond Montressor had just completed his Twenty first year and for the first time since her residence at Boyle Abbey the lady Isabella gave a splendid entertainment and a Ball to her Tenanty. Her son then in really took Possession of his estates and after the festivities of the week were concluded the Rato Oess much to the regret of the Young people determined on returning to Dublin. Pm filippa looked quite disconcerted and Edmond absolutely declared against their departure for he had not yet told the object of his affection the state of his affections never yet having the courage to speak of it to the beloved of his heart. But the Baroness was positive having received a letter from her agent in Dublin that rendered her presence in that City indispensable. It was therefore determined that they should leave Carling Ford the following morning. Seeing that Phil spa looked so disconsolate at the idea of leaving banker and determined to profit by his wealth and the Abbey lady Montressor proposed to the Baron his ignorance of the vices and follies of Mankind Ess to permit her to remain with her but to this Shein a Qaqi a up i Jug abode in Dublin after reaching politely objected for the fact was that ignorant of manhood Abr he had never before been in the City the prot a Gress of his attachment to her Darling child except when too Young to take any interest in aug lit she believed that Montressor was trifling with her but his books and aware of this the licentious daughter s happiness and therefore determined to i j Orville Quot pitying his ignorance Quot As he said and by and an Early Day being named for their marriage lady Isabella was informed of the circumstance and prepared to go to Dublin As soon As possible. In the mean time lord Montressor went one Day to his Bankers to receive a Large sum of Money for the purpose of purchasing some jewels As a wedding gift to his intended Bride. Having obtained it he sallied Forth with the intention of ordering several sets of different kinds to be sent to the House of the Baroness that Phillippa might take her Choice from among them. Having done this he sauntered towards Essex Bridge a Quarter of the City with which he was ignorant and with a desire to see it. A or. Fitzroy of Trinity College and Captain Dom Ville of Santry a member of a family at that time distinguished alike for their faults and misfortunes accompanied him. Captain Domville was an officer attached to the Royal Barracks and one of the most dissipated men of the age. These Young men had seen lord Edmond receive the Money from his put an end to her visit before Phillippa s heart had become too deeply enamoured for her future happiness. Being of a desperate character Himsel determined to fleece Quot the sheep Quot if he could accordingly taking Furoy by the Arm he joined lord Montressor the evening of the Day preceding the intended shaking him cordially by the band exclaimed departure of the Baroness de Lacy Edmond prevail .4 Why where the d�?1 have you been All this time de upon the fair and drooping Phillippa to ramble to a lord 1 tied to the apron string of that canting wards their favorite spot the mint of the priory. It j a flu beldame the Baroness de Lacy i suppose. Was a Clear and Lovely evening in the Early part of j u you will oblige Ine Quot said Edmond Quot if when autumn. The sky was unusually Clear the Atmos speaking of that lady you use More respectful Lan Pere less moist than is generally the Case in Ireland Guage Captain the exclusion of women of this country from a great number of occupations which Are Well suited to their sex and in which they might Buin a comfortable subsistence is absurd and cruel. Be idea keeping Many in hopeless poverty there ii no doubt that it increases the number of those who urged by the temptation of want abandon themselves to immoral courses. An excellent article entitled Amer ican women in the demo Ratic review for August has the fit allowing just reflection on tia subject. Quot apart from the relation of marriage in the common pursuits and employments of life Bow shamefully Are women oppressed by the palpable though overpowering tyranny of the stronger sex. How selfishly Are they excluded from a countless variety of occupations by which they might earn an easy and comfortable maintenance tor which they Are naturally at least As Well and in Many cases far better qualified than men. We have heard of one instance of an actual extensive strike among one set of mechanics accompanied with riotous and most unmanly conduct to prevent the employment of women at a work so properly adapted to their physical Powers a Well As to their natural quickness and dexterity. In this Case the dastardly attempt was successful though the practice of employing women at the compositor s Case is now we Are pleased to Loarn gradually making its Way in spite of the opposition with which it has been resisted. This is the same spirit which works with equal effect while less palpably in the Case of an endless variety of employments which will readily suggest themselves to the mind of every Reader. Its effects Are seen in the depressed scale of female wages comparatively with that of men and with the value of the result of their labor. And what imagination can form a Conception of the amount of social evil that May be ascribed mainly to this cause the suffering wretchedness and vice arising out Oft econ edition of orphan families dependent tor subsistence upon the totally inadequate earnings of a poor widow s labors or the almost necessary consequences to Young females cast upon their own exertions for support of the extreme difficulty with which the scant est livelihood by honorable Industry can be earned by them Only by the most unremitting and unhealthful Devotion of we add the following passage from the work attributed to or. Southey entitled the doctor. We should be glad for our part to see the occupation of shop keeping so far As regards the Sale of All articles of which women s dresses Are made and perhaps Many others Given up to that sex whom it most concerns. Quot i know of no situation More melancholy than that of a Well educated Young woman left Fortune Leas in England there is no occasion to add friendless for the words Are nearly synonymous. To become dependent is either to be dissatisfied or unhappy or contented and contemptible and those branches of Trade in which they might acquire input Pendency have been seized upon by the other sex. I look upon a Man Milliner not Only As one of the most despicable but As one of the most pernicious members of society. When i see one of these Fellows his head pillowed in his Stock moving Bis eyes instead of his head lest be should Dis arrange his whiskers and hear him Harangue upon the merits of Muslin or the becoming color of a ribbon anger will mingle itself with the feelings of contempt for the employment that degrades this animal might have saved a woman from prostitution. A if individuals would remedy As far As they can so great an evil they would never enter a shop in which a Man exercises an office which a woman might and a full Moon bad risen above the battlements of a round Tower which had withstood the destruction of the English during the rebellion of 1689. The scene was delightful and in unison with the feelings Oft lovers. M Lucan and Brin were of the party the former at the request of Phillippa played some posing by my Faith already Quot said the incorrigible Domville Quot Quot Why in the name of his satanic majesty did n t your lady Mother make a priest of you 1 come come my Young sprig of an ancient House Quot continued he be no longer under Petticoat government. Why bless my heart Man you Are the Moat plaintive of the National melodies of his up laughing Stock of the Gay Circle at the Castle country the music of which it is almost Unne Cessa i Jefne now be a Man for once and shake off the by to add is excelled by none in sweetness pathos influence of that old Tabby the Baroness she has and touching Melody. M Lucan after having play a a a Jared the reputation of All the Young men that Ever de several airs being aware of the situation of the i visited herself and starched up Paragon of a Daugh covers asked permission to return to the Abbey when j or the haughty Phillippa bran stretching himself at their feet sat Conteinplst-1 Quot have a care Domville Quot said Montressor Quot if ing the Moon while Philippa and Edmond at a loss of a moment you value my Good opinion let that for words to express their feelings at tiie Prospect of 1 no quo be held sacred next to that of the Mother the approaching separation remained silent. Philippa was the first to break the awkward stillness by caressing bran saying i do not know what you would do without your favorite. Bran or. Montressor he is perfectly devoted to you. Or. Montressor a a Quot said her Lover Quot Why Are Ous that bore me is the name of Phillippa de Lacy dear to the heart of Quot a is that the easel Quot said Fitzroy swearing a tremendous oath in which the Nantce of Bis maker w As violated Quot then once by All that s holy you must be quiet Domville you have got on danger you so formal of late dear Phillippa you were not wont to Call me aught but Edmond How have i offended you 1 Tell me that before we part i May obtain your you have not emended me Edmond Quot said she Quot if such you prefer being called but you should remember that we Are now no longer children and that of course there should be a greater distance preserved Between Quot i do not agree with you Phillippa Quot replied Montressor smiling Quot for my part 1 should prefer a More familiar intimacy for the More i see of the dear playmate of my childhood the less inclination i feel to encourage Reserve Between us. 1 am sorry you Are not of the some Quot bran Quot said the Blush inf Phillippa who Blest the Moon for Bidin her embarrassment bran i think you grow fond of Roe too. See Edmond How affectionately he fondles Over my Quot Down bran Quot said Montressor Quot Down a a you Are More favored and take More liberties than your master dare attempt Down a you Are Quot do not say i am Kinder to your dog than to yourself dear Edmond that were hard indeed Here is my other band a do with it As you Quot Are you serious my Phillippa because if you Are Quot pressing the dear Token to his if you Are a Erious i will keep it forever. Nay nay do not withdraw it it is your own gift and i cannot part with it Only say look or Sigeti a give me some Hope that your heart accompanies Liis precious Little Quot Upu May keep it Ednold Quot signed Phillippa Quot and my heart too Yoo know it has Long been yours. Matual a Spla options then took place and the Happy pair ret Raad to Boyle Abbey with their hearts relieved from a Toad of anxiety and with the most Ploumi of future happiness. On their arrival at room Edo mod mentioned Bis intention the Baroness Aad her daughter Back to Ashlin on the Follo Woof Day. The ladies Mon treason and let a Lacy looked at each other in Surprise when Omilini with a took of Heartfelt happiness he heated Himsel bet Wees them and Ukio a had of each Hoeard Quot your sort rap Stu a ease dear ladies when i leu f of that Eil a bom i a dam my beloved pm quip a will soon Finiw sae m Nghi we Rich win �011110 me to live Only in her proof Boand never to be separated till de Eimil it a a. It tidal Asp Kumow Feu Wood. And the baronme no in Daday Lei to give Lodr Leabell time to see that her son s Wydro hewed properly arranged for the Jaracy. Of tho loll wih a with Retro Toa Holifi meat hut Moel Potie Alarif by i s Motky vhf had a Milor who Laos Throe if Nnami aware Wieble Aad Aaetiott-9om. Many we re Tom Chi Affif the fave him to kd4w be the Printer s hours of peace 1 i now yeas Hoor More fraught with Joy than Ever it the maid of Greece when kissed by venae am Roas boy 1 tid not when news of dreadful note his columns All with minion fill tia not when brother printers quote like effusions worn Quill. Tie it when in Mih Faney e Glass Lei advertisement meet his Eye. And of eos to whisper As they pass Well Grace your columns by and by. Nor is it when with numerous names. His lengthened Roll of vellum swells As if it were touch d by conjurer s Wand or grew by fairy magic spells. No Reader not the Printer s hour his hour of real Sweet repose is not when by some magic Power. His list of patrons daily grows a but of tis when Stern Winter drear comes Robed in Snow and rain and vapor he hears in whispers soft and Clear Quot we be come to pay up for your a last wish. When the blood shall quit my heart. When my spirit shall depart. And these eyes no longer see when the Bright thoughts no More come like the Sua Light in a room Lay Roe gently on the Tomb Lay me in the open air. Underneath some Grassy Mound. Where the wild Bee s murmurs Are and the Green leaves round and As i shall View the Spiot from my dwelling place afar be not ritual forgot nothing led my breast to mar. And that there May be some Shade where my mouldering Bones Are Laid let there be Over me one Green tree circled round with Rosemary. I abhor the close abode. Where the spider and the rat. And the spirit chilling Toad. And the harpy winged Bat. Disrespect the solemn stones that imprison dead men s Bones. I believe i could not sleep where such things their vigils keep another cause i have for a Beaven cover d grave from Apollo unto me came the gift of Poesy therefore when my life is done let him Shine upon his son. I want no funeral show. Prancing Steed and nodding plume nor of Hyp critic woe the detested gloom nor followers in dark disguise. With White handkerchief ii at their eyes acting scenes of obsequies. Nor give me what vain glory rears. Nor aught my Money bought nothing i ask no Friend i task beyond a few kind tears strew Flowers and give me these and i shall rest at ease. S. J. By Saint Patrick and All the saints in the Kal Ender a if there be such things,�?1 ask your lordship s Pardon. I did not know the wind blew in that direction. 1 am sorry i expressed myself so openly and shall not consent to your leaving me till after dinner. You have never visited Santry the mansion of our family convince me you forgive me by taking a seat in my Carriage with or. Fitzroy and myself the View of the place will amply repay you for the trouble of Riding Little More than Tiree assailed by such argument As these Montressor knew not How to avoid accepting the invitation and having from Domville the Promise of setting him Down in Kildare Street by eight o clock in the evening he accepted his offer and getting into the Carriage they drove off. In the mean time the jewels were carried to the House of the Baroness de Lacy and a set being selected from among them Phillippa anxiously awaited the return of lord Edmond to see if he approved of Ber Choice but As time advanced and be did not appear the jewels were All forgotten in Ber anxiety to see Viiu for his own take. Me had not said he would due with them hut they expected him of course As usual and waited dinner for him till six o clock when the Baroness sat Down to Dine but her daughter dismissed her plate without even tasting the contents of it. The next Day but one following was the Day appointed for their marriage to Uke place and his absence to a period like the present alarmed Phillippa and astonished her Mother. They eat up late waiting for him to Retarn but he came not that night. The barootes tried to soothe the anxiety of her daughter s mind by every argument in her Power and Mise de Lacy retired to bed but not to sleep. To a Conti avid 0 there is not a More contemptible reptile creeping on Tarih than a Roan win Ukele Eastant Delight to Dorming his Noigh Hort. 8�eh a Cretaro never Elloeta the Light of the head oms i seere trs Aad Para Hrth Black Gall and Woro iwed like the Ink Meh. Cven if it is Possa Saed of worldly foods it Rajnys them not and Mey Nalio Atio Anaas of i Tapo eation Elgar Laos Yatfa m9 in charade Wistica. La Tagoe a tipped with tit Haem Viiu of poor Devil i or. A barbs go bin s proposition to Cross the Atlantic in a . C. Green has Public sled the following statement of the grounds upon which he founds his assertion of the possibility of making a journey in a balloon from new York across the Atlantic to Europe. He states that balloons inflated with a Arborette Hydrogen or common Coal Gas will retain this fluid unimpaired in its buoyancy and very slightly diminished in Quantity for a great length of time whilst on the contrary the pure Hydrogen is so Subtle a Gas and capable of so great a Tensity As to escape through the imperceptible pores of the silk whether prepared in the Ordinary manner or by Means of dissolved India rubber. These facts Are the result of observations made during 275 ascents on Many of these occasions a smaller balloon has been filled by s neigh Boring Gas works and has been brought a distance of five or six Miles to till that in which he intended to ascend containing in Many instances its contents nearly the same in Quantity and Quality for nearly a week. The Sron aut has travelled 2,900 Miles with the same Supply of Gas and could have continued its use for three Mouths if necessary. As to making a voyage from America to Europe or. Green dates its possibility from the following facts on All occasions in which the balloons in which he or other Cronau had gained an Altitude beyond the lower current of air or land breezes they found one uniform current of air coming from the Atlantic and blowing West North West or a test by North whilst the under winds from different causes were blowing from Points completely at variance with the above the ascent of the machine into these upper currents is perfectly easy and the same Altitude May be kept for an indefinite time with equal facility. In 1836, or. Green made a proposition at Paris to Cross the Atlantic in a balloon when be received a letter from Admiral sir Sidney Smith confirming Bis observations As to the directions of upper currents and in which that Gallant officer states his conviction of the safety of tiie proposed undertaking and his readiness to accompany the aeronaut from new York to Europe in his balloon. It must be borne a mind that a balloon is not borne Slong As is a ship by the Force of the wind having to overcome the impediment interposed by passing through a denser element like the water Bat m a body lighter than the air itself in which it float and is wafted at the same Speed As the air Ruelf travels a if it were a part of the moving body. The wide expanse of sea offers no impediment to the undertaking and a machine As Large As the Nassau balloon could easily be fitted up for the reception of t6ree per Aims and vie talled for three months if the Ott Chin could be lowered to the Earth Aad ascend As often As it pleased the voyagers by the adopt Tom of the same Plana As those need in Tim voyage to Germany. My Oreen having Stahl Zahed the fits of a warrant of air continual in Paasio rom id tto Earth in the direction of wast a orig what Che capability of his Bukchin to Reuia a he Hydrogen Gas for an a a i mind Tom Aad of its Power of abstaining Itaf a the Ait for Weyers Onder these and Trot stiff to the Faith he has slavs code adored to keep with the Public As to claim their coat Deace 0� this of Casioa Offra to Uke upon himself to tia the at Lafauc from new York to Baglanis a a Hal look to a oort Focian Lar Liat Parpora and Tom it a interest which Flowers have excited in the breast of All from the earliest Ages to the present Day has never been confined to any particular class of society or Quarter of the Globe. Nature seems to have distributed them Over the whole world to serve As a Medicine to the mind to give cheerfulness to the Earth and to furnish agreeable sensations to its inhabitants. The Savage of the Forest in the Joy of his heart binds his brow with the native Flowers of his Woods whilst a taste for their cultivation increases in every country in proportion As the blessings of civilization extend. From the humblest cottage enclosure to the most extensive Park and grounds nothing More conspicuously bespeaks the Good taste of the possessor than a Well cultivated Nower Garden and it May be very generally remarked that when we behold a Humble tenement surrounded with ornamental plants the possessor is a Man of Correct habits and possesses Domestic comforts whilst on the contrary a neglected Weed grown Garden or its total absence Marks the indolence and unhappy state of those who have been thus neglectful of Flora s favors. Of All luxurious indulgence that of Flowers is the most innocent. It is productive not Only of rational gratification but of Many advantages of a permanent character. Love for Garden has a powerful influence in attaching men to their Homes and on this account every encouragement Given to increase a taste for ornamental gardening is an additional Security for Domestic Comfort Aud happiness. It is likewise a recreation which conducts materially to health promotes civilisation and so Dens the manners and tempers of men. It creates a love for the study of nature which leads to a contemplation of the mysterious wonders that Are displayed in the vegetable world around us Aad which cannot be investigated without inclining the mind towards a just estimate of religion and a know Largo of the narrow limits of our Intel Ligeno when compared with the incomprehensible Power and Wisdom of the creator Flowers Are Call Embezi sements the most Beautiful and of All created beings Man alone Semeou capable of deriving enjoyment from them. The love of them commences with infancy Radaios the do Light of youth increases with our years and becomes the quiet amoo Eumani of oar declining Days. The inf int can no sooner walk than in frat to ploy meat is to Plant a Flower in the Earth removing it ten times a an hour to where tha Sun Saeta to Asiaa most favourably. The school Hoy in Tom Gaia of his Little plat of ground relieves the Madiam of his Sui Dies and loses tha anxious though of the Home a has left. A manhood oar at Tontina is avaral demanded by More Active duties or by Osoris Impe riots Aad perhaps less Ian Ochat occupy Ioas but As age obliges As to retire from Public Lilii the love of Flowen and the Delight of a Garda Deturo to soothe the utter period of our use to May persons Garde Uii affords Delight As an easy and agreeable Lcou Paioa and of Flowers they so fondly rear Are thai Zahed from to gratify the alight Wilda hailed af��iid4�ob�apiaqdi4�im Sion Quot hang were the heave of a Black fearful fat Hae of might diag Piato Eil the i oort by Ihu Matt Afiafi St Fula Fth adar when a Lau Riata by whig bomber of Coa Sasa Myad Drift alack cd Scalf Alk i his Iam Hia apis Sorar Kiat Yoe Gra pad Hie ease a Aatu a Ami made Haaman a a sail red oat�?<0 last a Lorntz mrm we a make tha exper Meol a Khaul aay tatar door Hia Asai Niobe a feral 1/ an a Deane. A it said a daa tag whig inca a Char to it i a Hought Fra Iba a a Hanaan a Hysni Fer i Arrieta that a a we aaa Ity act not i hat i Pero Aive they Ata Aee Riim to Aasi Aai Fain bag it the Ala Atiee dewy thaia Perm Pali a pm u Anlo ago my la emf of tuft Alff a a of. Away it if Lai at rum Aora Rkia Tomt data Sia yesterday eve amp la a a a a grate Day for the whigs up Here to Brollia Eleein a we Ftp a just got hold of the Rojeana Jei to Tyml Tel la ton it the eve Tastin Meetin the Wolga la Ted Iown to cd a in on the Bunh Day of govt tier by. Old Nite of Neme Wood took the paper Aai a it duh on l pot Ash Kittle and read it oot in to a a in no Tiara about the flags and the anew Aad the Wimmy a a the Mesic and All that and a in water ran oot of Hia eyes for very Joy while Wei a still ii so Many Broad brims in a a Aaker Meetin when a got to the Send says he a a my boys we in have a Oto Etc a Here to night to despond to these Ere proceeding a and mind you Jake to git your work out of the stay a move this tub of Greese and my by that pot of Sope to Cool and have in Cana Fary listed up with the Best Hoosier candles. We Evenin and All of the native born Eit Izena a Jeana dissembled together at the sound of tastier a Wood of a great Kittle and the Meetin was called to order by governor Noer who Tuk a cheer being the Only one we had and the rest on us Sot jest a happened on a Wood pile a Sope Box or a Furnace darn the Odds. Thar was Noer 1, Milton 2, or. To 3, lie Oshus 4, Jake the Sope Biler 5, Joe the fireman 6, and Hoosier Jake that me 7 and a finer lot of Fellers never come Over though i say it myself that should it seen i was one of the number. On motion of or. To it was resolved to appoint a president two vice ditto and three larks tharas Noer was Appi Nied president Milting and lieu thus vice ditto and i and the doctor and Jake darks. It would a bin Well i think myself to give to an offis Bein be was the Only Man left but Howsoever i had it my say and As i was Well provided for 1 Short i Wood it say nothing because May be i Mout it have any thing Tew say. Noer kept his seat in the cheers the other two fixed a Cupple of Sope boxes on both sides on him and set Ems elves Down on a Bench by a Beetle Pine table and to stood up a whittling a Shingle. The president got up and thanked the Meetin for the Honor deferred on him by the appoint ment sed it was a glorious and Solem Kolly Kasion and extorted pm to be United on this trying Spek title a which was received with Treme Jious App Laws. One of the ozarks remarked that we had it any paper to keep the Recklin on so vice president Milting hailed out the balance of two old letters and begged leave to remark that there we int much Ritin on pm and be reckoned they Mout Anser the purpose and the Meetin then proceeded to Biz Ness. On motion of lieu thus resolved that a co Mitty of one be appointed to fetch in it preamble and resolutions Tew express the sense of this meeting and to was appointed. Before the co Mitty retired the president requested to to Toat in a lode of Wood and fix the fire a Beetle As it was Gittin Kool All of which was done to order and then the president allowed that the co Mitty Mout Alire whereupon to rammed his Jack knife into Fis britches pocket listed a Candle Tuk a peace of paper and went to the far Send of the factory. The doctor remarked that while the co Mitty was out the time Mout be improved by sum of the Brethren and was proceeding to say sum thin about the Prospect of the state and the Risin Price of Sope in the Market when be was called to order and Sot Dow. On motion of Jake resolved that a Standin co Mitty of one be appointed by this meet in to make a weekly report to the governor of Inge Ana on the Price of ashes and Sope Greese. The president appointed Josed comm buy wha Rupon i took the Liberty to remark that the appointment of joas a standing co Mitty was a very Good one Sein he could stand longer on one Legas any Varmint this Side of a Goose Pond. All this while Lime had been Runnin on purty fast and we was jest a Goin Tew appoint a co Mitty of six Tew i fwd up the co Mitty on resolutions when to made his appearance and Beau asked for his report Tuk the Liberty to remark about As follows vis to wit namely a Jiff. Preside i i be been thinking Over this Ere thing and can t find head nor tale Tew it my ideas have been a Little flustered cons Arnin this matter but Howsoever i de jest got Enke raged to do sum thin purty considerable smart when All of Aso Dent As Quick As Chane Litenia or a Lokee Folkee on a Rale Rode i happened jest to mind that thar waa it 1 darned the member on the co Mitty what could rite his own name so i be Brot Back the paper and Candle and i Hope the Meetin is satisfied. On motion of lieu thus the report was excepted. Old Noer was Gitin purty ratty about these times and feeling his Dander coming up begged pm Tew throw a Glass of water in his face Tew keep him Kool. On motion of Milting resolved that it s very Ness Essary for us who handle the Munney of i Jeana to have a governor to Foller in the footsteps of Davy Wallis and that Well support mister bigger with our Hole mite Begevin that altho and tharas. Gov. Wallis is a big Man yet and moreover the nominee is bigger. Resolved that the Morris canal is the most wonderful thing a Naur and that we have Grau confident in i and recommend a Branch to be made in in Janapolis resolved that this Meetin have a foe Lin Muse of the co Dishon of Davy Wallis and that to be appointed a committee to Forrend a barrel of aah Dopa to his Manisty. Resolved that the grate i Mesa that Ever was horned is general Harrison and that our ancestors of All Biswur tii Aea win polite to Dew him Honor. Resolved. That maeral Harrison fit the Battle of Bunker Hill and after havin fit and hied Aad died for Hie country without Ever Bain wounded it s no More nor rite that he should a promoted. Resolved that the aah Treasury is the play is thing that Ever was dreamed of that it s a Jindra a Montair and a Critter. A splendid desc Ell Iun of the Ains from Fay see Tekev in the aft Forler Jav Var. Much w we talk of nature re a a ply Aaan wlm we a let a it Simk my eoiii�ptielw4n�%liel�,Ai and narrow he who Croatia lha Witt Aspa Rienche this Pio mini Juh Zarui Alf that thousands of Fiir Eraida my Tirol Jailyn a Taril live and die Wiki Oatas an Raepe Criag tia Powar scenery Over a a mini. Oak Joa Faay Oara Tom up loin was to As a Nemo Rahla far Var. Or rep Llacuna Are of i dear flow a Vatn Aaan awful so tade rails Wimily. There a Kiad strange and i to me. Whoever Saeta a a omit him Mut a a a win a Hoover Saeta Quot something we Oder Tom Sun Quot if he has dwelt of a Plain let him in fwd a Vernable Mountain Aad he will find it. Amazement gloom wonder and rapture it Tai which you cannot smile Combine to elevate Yea. The Road winds up my Upland Tif mad Stream White with Fop ii the fed luf b ita amid slopes Adol it t in Plain and Gars. Yoa to Iii Aist mjg a i again Paad in ending and Turiaf my undies through Tremeda oos rat a sometimes by magi Ficat water la a a betimes Aloag Giddy and yawning gal6�?/et, still always up Aud of. Then the a of the Earth changes and grass Fedea nearly away Aad the Oak de everlasting rocks lift their Gray backs through the soil a he thousand yeah Avahart in a gait them. Now the Road steals Throo Gli a desert of Andom a broken and scattered feh Bot in wet and dropping a. At the Brink of a tre Mendoza Pree Piea who amp tear imagination Woald re Elva at tha dammit if mtg Quot Mountain but anon tha toiling panting Aimin horse drag you around an Angle of Rock a f to above you overhang other Cliff and other attains in the sky Pilot swell and by Ai at Snow and ice and. So near their a fat Hail Tea la it to Ator be you. The White line runs Latham or of higher and Yoa believe not that it in foam Maliyil so far above you and yet it is. Tham Ifni totally changed and the Trapani fair m atm i phere and heavens Are changed. Yoo Wraa year heavy cloak around you in the biting cold. A Clouds Are rolling gloomily Over Yoor path and that White Snow shines beneath you and the Winiar wind shakes violently the closed marriage and As the Road still mounting when Piaf up and up tuns your face now to the re Ahlm a it str a the left you catch far below such a Woof gleaming of Sublime scenery such dim wild Depths of Asama a such forms of cold Blae lifted and built up Aittama you 10 the eternal silence and shrouded in Mist Aad storm that your very soul is hushed and chilled Aatif you feel As if death the King of terror had he reflex de his Home and were a spectre to stand in your path or to lean and Beckon to you from his Earry rolling Mist you would behold him for your imagination can scarcely be More a to. A Caurant which on the Plain would draw Allea rope to it As a fashionable resort is Here no curiae in to. In lonely Thunder swells and Diee away in tha interminable Solitude. Twenty time we Thoa ii ourselves at the height of this stupendous Road Aad yet its Zig Zag course appeared Evar Mouat if few before us up and up Uil the cold grew Extrema a a the darkness of night overlooked us and a cation they afford to the organs of sight Aad smell i but to the close obese re of nature and the hot is Haumea a a aofoue4� Aad wan is that Cohoot a detected by Iha Carolato Eltz la Teik no Tofey Apon that l y thmulutu4a,. A that of via from tha first whith Rita from the oath All my Chat Gat we Iii Hoy had Togoto the of of Muir ,9afo�ioi. Wonder fill in Fiir a Raatika Ajjia i has Yawt pm Bud mail Tuaua Elighia a in imm amp in a above All a halt in Afify tit a mov menu Aad it Galata Ammira or Jiali a Utha Aothia and Law Marty a a a a Irimie Llly a a Wiwala Jeareal Obiah. K resolved Chattha Kaapu of in Jemaa cant Diep Aase without tha Statt Slaak a that k a a grata Heip to our Friendt and Staadt Ackt a our Fomina Law tha Morris canal. Resolved that of Mitt at a str Giu store rotate than general Howard a will a elected governor Eena omit ear tia. Bias meet want ahead puffy Valy about this time i Uli Yott Aad to after Rati Irnia Thanka to tha offi Sers of the meeting and our a spat Ohea a Road and ordering the mini to to published 1� All the papers a the world it anti Jaraad the Osa Otia Isaac dier.�?cormipoiid9k�e us qts hta Jepsa imral Brooklin. Fah. U1810. Eth Toaia tvs Lam Dziad Tea son the editor of a country a a a Pef Hoiu if Uch do dressed for matter Rani egad Are a Hole Conniar for incl licence and after Haiti to a he temp lated his task Tat Dawn Wuh Appa w Hajj get. In the Lamilia and by tha to of hit dem Amlinger Jon copy completely lost and enveloped in heavy wet Cloaca rolling around As like a mighty Ocean. I the Good Coara Vandeth Ber husband in any equal matter by consent by obeying him. She never Cross eth her husband in the Spring tides of his anger but stays till it be ebbing water. Sara by men contrary to Iron Are worse to be wrought upon when they Are hot. Her clothes Are rather comely than costly and she makes Plain cloth to to velvet by Ber handsome wearing it. Her husband a secret she will not divulge especially she is Oare it Ful to conceal his infirmities. In her husband a absence she is his wife and Deputy husband which makes her double the files of her Diligence. At Jiva return he finds All things so Well that be Wadera to see himself at Home when he was abroad. Hot children though Many in number Are none Ini steering them with a to a whither she Listeth. Tan to oils Abb am balt numerous Are the expedient adopted by letter writers to expedite the Dri Ivery of their letters hut the following memorandum written on a Lemur addressed to the Natchez poet of lace Caps every thing of the kind we have Ever sea 1�? the postmaster will Confer a favor by informing or. W ,. I e of thie letter or Sendio git to him by the first Opportunity As he waved into your country about the 1st of december last and i think lives at a Dis Unee from your Post office. If Yoa Are a Fiagle Man it will be Worth your trouble to go a he has a very pretty a Fighier of Quot a capital wag in Boston lately packed up two Cau carefully in a Basket and or posed it at the door of a fashionable dwelling Aacie in the evening. It was soon discovered and uie smothered mewling of the sookded Pray Wiy like the cry of a new bom in amp at. Ladies Wata passing and the sympathy it were at Roogie Eib Ilai. Great indignation was expressed against tha habit less Moth an Strong suspicions Wera Ai Aazaad against the of his Reep Cuble owner of tha Dwall ing. At Leo the wrappers were re Ayvad Aad the two Cau a Naiad oat to tha utter Datt Raetia of a admirable item of scon., . Hother i Oquiria a Neua Arethia Fiat the Hoa Taa All Nui abated in ingot real a yet Heaney. Well oar old hire Tay Tutte hairs of our Haada Are All aum Herad. Raw la Haini Only Tva or six t Aad i miked thoes Ovar when a Wai Aad Youlda Ai a Aiala a Bihar of am wit out we Dre teed Feuan mama pack a Tolow and asked fits a Yard of port iwo via Stork Butchar without Hea Italina cat Huiai Aff Thrata Lisak pit �Bat.3 y oooo Maui Ciao a ugh Tad Joka As Maeha Laatt can after diaper. It Halfa 4tgetttoa Moia that Cheata or Dehaai Algne. India of Amde Raia Fita of laughter Are better than pills. Chi. A t or. Atm ii ism of a a Sta Imu tfx a a gig Quot a a a to wait a mtg and Haw tha of Aura i How do Wraa Faff Wam Iima no is Patai i a my i Ubillu Lif Misal a. Ii he Mhz wet m

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