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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - April 22, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana �o9p1i Iii Iii Quot a 9iiv Jwj Misiph him the Wabash published every wednesday Ixo with tic a Kerdok of a Man him bbl Frob to a Avdi Krub of Ike Kukk by Geo Bob a volume ii Terre haute Riffo Coulty Indiana apr Iii 2�, i840� the Wabash enquirer ire. Seemed to comprehend him and with Hia eare pricked up stood till m Lucan by looking into the it up blinked every wednesday office 4/a, he \ window through a Small aperture he could recon tween Wabash. And Ohio we Reed directly j goitre the premises within. There he saw a Gigan a Lii of the court Ilu Ute. I Lic looking woman standing before the fire with an the per annul Iron ladle in her hand taking something which a Dollan and Jiffy cent will be received if paid scared to be soup which she put into a dish on a within eight Mon Lis from the time of subscribing table near her set out very handsomely with Many or tto Dollar if paid in a Ance or within four costly articles of Silver Glass amp a. Over a chair Ibon Lufi. With a broken Back Hung a uniform coat of Scarlet to paper discontinued till All arrearage arc paid wrought with Gold lace and a sword the Hilt 0/ us let a at the option the proprietor. A failure to which was ornamented with diamonds. Several notify a Dii continuance at the and of the year will glittering articles of dress Lay about the room and be considered a new engagement. Which an old Crone nearly Bent double was slowly advertisements in this paper will not be Al j collecting together and putting into a Chest which Lowed to average More thai Wiir column. Fox of in a Corner. M Lucan knocked at the door adv inserted three times at i when Bian sent Forth a Long and frightful howl loud one Dollar a Square h lines 10 be continued at the Enoi Iirth to awaken the dead. Rate of 25 cents per Square weekly. Unless the nuni who s there Quot said a voice within a Quot speak Bero insertions he marked 1 11 when a handed in it will be Cit med till ordered out Aud charged accordingly. published by the Quarter or longer will be charged a Square $6 for six Mon Lis or Flo a year. Merchants druggists and others advertising by the year will be charged for two squares $15,r Quot a Friend Quot said the Harper. Quot we have no friends a begone i know be not tie death to any one to enter Here the night what dog is Yon be have with yet be by Reaola like the Quot take pity on a Jawor traveller Good Dame and let me in there Are no other tenant in the House for three Squires $20 for Quarter of a column of but yourselves what do you fear Quot 20 it Ems 2. Half a column. A i three four this the door was carefully Ope tied and the hideous of a column. $ a a for a column a year. Looking beldame thrust her head out. At that in by statute must be paid slant bran darted past her into the Bouse and my for in Quot fire murder a a murder rushed m advertisements coming from a Road must be act Fier the dog receiving As he did so a blow with com it anted with the Cash unless ordered for Public the Edge of the heavy ladle that stripped the by a brother publisher. J sconce and deluged his face with blood. 0 postage must be paid. Bran who was flying furiously around this Deu of thieves seeing that the hag had again raised the dignified Nils by be at his favorite flew at her and i seizing her by her Arm fastened his Sharp Long i tusks in her Arm and held her completely at Bay i while the old Crone who had in her hand the before Meir tuned sword a Wea Jojn of defence worn in those Days by civil As Well As military gentlemen made an impotent Effort to strike a Lucan upon this the tune of my Fadin. Is near the blast that shall the other female still screaming m the most Horn Atti Rev to Morrow shall the traveller come manner the Harper began to brandish his shillelagh a in Tine style first disarming old Mother Hecate and calling on bran not to dig too deeply into the old beldame s stews. Such a jargon of infernal sounds Gnu the pc a wino Dav the Baroness do Lacy sent was scarcely Ever heard before. Bran growled one bran the bloodhound. Or tub h Kir of de Burgo. Part ii he that a a w me in my Beauty Shail come. His yes Grill Scardi the Field Bui they wih Noi find . Revolutionary reminiscence. In the autumn of 1777, when lard Howe had Possession of Philadelphia the situation of the americans who could not follow their beloved commander was truly distressing subject to the every Day insults of cruel and oppressive foes. Bound to pay obedience to Laws predicated on the momentary Power of a proud and vindictive commander it can be better pictured than described. To obtain the common necessaries of life particularly flour they had to go As far As Bristol a distance of eighteen or Twenty Miles and even this indulgence was not granted them until a pass was procured from lord Howe As guards were placed along Vine Street extending from the Delaware to the Schuylkill forming a Complete Barrier beyond these through the Woods extending As far As Frankford were stationed the Piquet guards thus rendering it in a manner impossible to reach the Bristol Mills unless first obtaining a pass. The commander in chief of the american forces was then encamped at the Valley forge eur Fleming from cold hunger and the i clemency of the season. The British rolled in plenty and spent their Days in feasting their nights in balls riots and dissipation thus resting in supposed Security while the american chieftain was planning a Mode for their final extirpation. A poor woman with six Small children whose husband was at the Valley forge had made frequent applications for a pass. Engagements rendered it impossible for her cruel tormentors to give her one. Rendered desperate from disappointment and the cries of her children she started alone without a pass and by Good Luck eluded the guards and reached Bristol. It will be remembered by Many now living that six Brothers by the name of locale or Dale about this time committed Many acts of fierce bravery but More in the character of marauders than soldiers. They were men full six feet High Stout Aud Active a fearless intrepidity characterized their deeds and they always succeeded in making their escape. A marked partiality to the americans rendered them obnoxious to the British and always Welcome to the former to whom they conveyed what information they could glean in their adventures. Our adventurous female having procured her Pillow Case holding about Twenty pounds Wasj a turning with a Light heart to her anxious and lonely babes. She had passed the Piquet guards at Frank a worthy servant and though an irishman woman shrieked the other uttering the vilest oaths a a passed Piquet guards Ai r rank Lander or. To learn if , from the do and the , impious language while m Lucan kept i to. A Trust mans or is of Loid cd mod s co a an Mars rain t and Vii of tre ind Quot blur Man stepped from behind a if they had seen him hut after walking the City of Der at length the woman held by bran fainted Dublin for nearly a whole Day All he could learn and sunk upon the floor and the other exhausted was from the h Inker and Howeiler from the former with rage Lay struggling in convulsions. He heard that the oui ice Geni Lemin had received Quot come bran Quot said m Lucan Quot posting open an ,. U. From in a Large sum of , and Hud left his opposite door come on my Brave bran i know Ujj Quot a and requested me to say that m a Short time Hou by any person from the jew you arc he saw within that All was dark a will be with you Money is a scarce article a e tree and putting a letter in her hand requested her to read it. She grasped with eager Joy the letter bearing the character of her husband s hand writing. After a pause he said Quot your husband is Well mad m Lucan and several of her Titei ducts arrived Al blood for wound though not a dangerous one. The House of the Baroness i e Lacy who Tuin bled profusely tottered towards an old fashioned Quot Bousaid sir my husband would see me shortly pulled to slate the facts of the singular chair of most singular appearance but from its pro do you know that which seems so impossible Ance of her son. For had taken the Alf air so Mise of Comfort. A ten Ipri a eat Witlip the Quot intention never Quot seriously to heart that her brain was bewildered of resting to he had recovered from the faintness he a a. Madam we Are now approaching the and a physician was attending Iier who Sci our Infelt was coming Over him but bran Barking voc if British guard suffice it to say the american Corn apprehended that the Auld enu rely lobe her . Eros sly i pulled him Back when m Lucan fell against Zander Hiu that in his head which like an Earth it would be useless to of scribing the the Wall and the Noble blood hound leaping into the i Quot Quot a american continent and expunge these miscreants but hark take the Road to the so saying he departed. She gave one look but vacancy filled the spot where he stood. Voith slow and cautious Steps she approached situation of lady Isabella who Feit assured that her chair it sunk and dog chair and All instantly Dis son was murdered and Liat confirmed her in this appeared failing into an abyss below opium on for she Loo was Lin tured with the super i Quot Good Iod Quot said the officer this is certainly edition of the Irish was the incessant howling of part of the infernal regions. To lights there a. Bran who had lady Montressor s coach to lantern and a ladder Quot said he Quot Here is a deep her fire burned beneath her Dublin and commenced a whup the moment he perhaps a bloody mystery Quot bread when the awful word Quot halt struck to her entered the House and. Flying up stairs began All below was silent As the Lone mansions of the to scratch at the door of the room where lorded dead presently bran s voice was heard it grew mond had slept since lie had been at the House of the louder like the hoarse brawling of the wintry winds. Baroness. Bran assailed the door so violently that sad and discordant at length he began to howl in the servant thought in expedient to let the dog in the a tone of ii Reaty not to be resisted the ladder was room when leaping into the bed and tearing Down let Down when contrary to the expectations of the the clothes he sought Bis lost master with the most spectators it was Fli und that the descent was not so eager looks and flu icing incessantly. He became deep by Many degrees As from the sound of the to troublesome that fearing he would disturb Phil blood hound s voice it appeared to be several per Ippa m Lucan tied a rope around his neck and look sons descended with lanterns some of whom quickly him to a livery stable this Heel eucled Wilh difficult resumed saying the stench was too intolerable Abr Tyas poor bran kept pulling another Way. Having Triem to endure a presently several voices below Given uie Ostler strict charges not to let him is Caiki called Uji a m Lucan returned to the unhappy family in Kildare Quot i Ull up some of the flooring above there Quot Quot be Street and at the request of the weeping lady Isa cure Thieo be Dames Quot cried another Quot vinegar Quot Bella wrote an advertisement describing the person Quot Brandy and a surgeon Quot bawled a third and fourth of her son and offering a Large Reward for his Dis-1 voice. All were Lula Billy obeyed. M Lucan com. _. Covery dead or alive. M Lucan earned it that plemely routed from la sensibility stepped Forward to supporting her Little family one a Post and look below when the decayed planks were pulled recollect the distance she has walk soul. She started and found herself in the custody of a British Sentinel. Quot your pass woman Quot Quot i have none. My children Are Quot Quot Dan the rebel Crew Why do you Breed enemies to your Kingi this flour is mine of woman and die with your a groan was her Only answer. The Ruffian was about departing when the former messenger appeared. His whole Demeanour was changed Humble simplicity marked his gait he approached the guard with a seeming fearfulness Aud begged him in a suppliant voice to give the poor woman her flour. Quot fool idiot Quot exclaimed the guard Quot who Are you see yonder guard House if you interfere Here you shall soon be its Quot May be so sir but wont you give the poor to night to the office of the Dublin morning the weight of the bag and recollect hell and fury Sirrah Why bid me recollect 1 Quot you wont give the poor woman her _ then by my country s Faith and Hopes of free Ivis my Edmon id Montress Quot with a powerful Arm he Seiz de the guard by the Throat and hurled him to the having been assured that it Shunli Quot. Appear Early on up. What a greeted his sight the Bones the following Day he endeavoured to console tie la i a a remains of several human bodies Lay there but by Isabella Puli the Hope trial smell aug might be above All in one Corner Lay a living being in whose j a Quot begone or i la seize you As effected by ii. I lace one of the by slanders held a Light bran about the Middle of the afternoon of the next Day moaning and whining was Licking the forehead of a miserable Tai Ialy a looking Teri Sale whose language j tiie Proa Rale gentleman. And Manik is Basin be her to have seen belter Days 1 Quot by All the gods in Christendom Quot exclaimed called Al the of the Baroness a get Lacy and m Lucan. Requesting to see her informed her thai on the or Quot and in it tally fainting would have alien into evening of the Day on we Iii lord Edmund Digap the bloody Den had to not been caught by one of peered the went to Light a Candle at the House of a Llie by Saunders. A Couch was soon obtained his neighbor and on her return Home passed through i lordship Laid upon it and he brought up from the St. Patrick s close. Just a she entered Patrick s dismal scene of death and carnage. The surgeon Street it being Moon Igil she observed a gentle pronounced that with proper care he would soon Man silting a it on tie step of is. Patrick s Calpe recover thai ii was much bruised but that the dral leaning Riiber wounded or in a state of into Sute of starvation he had been kept in was Proba cation on the shoulder of a Feciale dressed in Cost Bly the Means through heaven of saving his life by Lubi Husenits and evidently uttering expression j a requested that the lady Isabella the of grief which the woman tried to stifle. 1 am j Baroness and her family might be immediately in not a native the City lady Quot continued the female formed that lord Edmund was alive and out of Dan but having been frequently a Ioctl by my son Ger but very sick the messenger was requested who keeps Cal incl not tar from St. I Atrick s close not to Guilone moment to answer interrogations As it Ever to notice any thing j saw in the Street for in was not advisable for the ladies in Kildare Street Chat it was a place abounding with the lowest minks i to be Iii Ormed where his lordship was but Only of infamy. Remembering this caution i was afraid. Be told to have every thing in preparation r the to speak lest i a build get Ina Elf into difficulty but reception of the invalid. Litter being immediately could not help remarking the Golden embroidery that prepared Laird Montressor was placed upon it and glittered on his dress and the jewel that sparkled attended by the faithful bran m Lucan and the in his bosom. When 1 got Home i told my Eon of surgeon was borne safely to the Hoove of the Baron it and As he is a very go Oil Young Man he deter Ess de Lacy. M Lucan preceded the Little escort mined to prevent mischief if he could and went out at the request of the physician Aud begged that the to Call the watch who either could discover no Trace ladies would but attempt to see his patient that of the Gentte Nian of else was perhaps in league with the wretch in Wakwe clutches i Law tie Baroness made the woman a handsome present for this information neat 1 factory As it was ree Oving to apply to the proper authorities to have a a the place in the neighbourhood of St. Patrick s Cathedral searched to get a ome clue by which to a lie cover the lost la it re Edmund unknown to Bis Mother. In the mean time m Lucan taking bran the blood bound with him and following the Steps of the female alluded to above found his Way to that in of the City which Fie had never been in before. A always we it armed with a Stout Billela and though it was now dusk he Felt no alarm for his own my As bran was with him. He first entered the great close which is called St. Patrick s close but sit was Bustle and confusion and no satisfactory information to be obtained besides Uran had seized s is Psi of Bis out and whining piteous la began to poll his to soot by direction. M Lucan made no Fussi shoos and Tbs Dof i Quad be allowed on Dran Rosa aloof with Bis Osse to the ground is if scenting Sod adv seeing into s dark Alley that leads into Bride s Street be moved mors eager of till be came to of hot of s Kwh building lbs broken windows of Wieb were stored with rags of is riots colors Suo dry old but Cross ice. Bra was about to is St Viole Ouy St the door Sud was opening his Mouth to howl webs ick is lib going Ibe keeper caught Bisi in Bis arms whispering a a a Bra by Good Bro a Ilmet Quot the animal lion by so Ting with impatience Iod night As though perfectly in Lus senses having family pronounced the name of Philippa and his Mother Aud noticed his dear faithful bran yet he was in such an extreme state of exhaustion that any excitement might be fatal to him. Thankful to the mighty that he was alive they restrained tit air impatience to see the beloved sufi Erer. My Lucan and the surgeon sat up with him that night attended by the blood hound who could not be prevailed upon by Force or stratagem to leave the Couch of his master. The kind nursing together with the comfortable night s rest lord Edmond bad restored Bim beyond belief and in the in orning he was though still of sol it ble Able to inquire for his beloved Philippa and his Mother. He was informed with great tenderness that the former was indisposed but would now soon be better but that his Mother should is admitted on Cood Tiou that no covers Shioo should pass Between them. This proviso being made knows to Ber she was admitum. Sod the Scios test follows Buist be left to the image Ostion of the read sri As besides the inability of be writer to Doit Justice a description of it would swell these pages beyond the intention of the author. Philipps being St length Eov Moeed of the a safety of Ber Lover insisted upon see if Bim a bib is is was now Well enough to sit of her wish was com plied with and the meeting be Weeo them was truly of Fecit. To so con tiros the foregoing Story will be coach it id Daout week a serious weekly reflection. On Ike Diffin quiet with China the celts Al Pirt. Tse just bin thinking Jim that is As How Ossif that Ere celestial nation Jim should keep up this Ere Miff j says i be bin a thinking Jim Vot a awful time there la be yen the Universal Vixen sex can t invite themselves to Tea yen the Green and Black s All drunk Jim and the Hyson Quot old Quot and Quot Young Quot Ven the Quot Gunpowder a Quot gone off Jim Quot Imperial and sous Hong Quot Ven the Kittles sing no More Jim and the teapots is put Bye Vith the Chaney cups and Silver spoons. And the other crockery. Vot vill them ladies do Jim Vot likes their dish of Chat i m Werry much afraid Jim they All am dished for that. I thinks on it with pain Jim and the Vixen folks look Blue for they can t Chat Over Coffee Jim i Don t know Vot they la do. Segars is Werry Good Jim and quids is inspiration and teddies Werry much promotes von s Powers of conversation. I Don t know How As if Jim they might t take to pipes invite folks to Quot a whiff Quot Jim Quot cards cocktails quids and swipes Quot a a Hoften pities Vixen Jim they has so much to Wex the Werry Nat ral sweetness of their Educ in sex it s a Werry awful time Jim As every von must see Ven mortals try to Stop our grog and celestial Stop our Tea Jav. O. Picayune. A calculation. Four Hundred million breaths make up the term of human life so of Man draws the air of heaven in pain in Calm in strife. For three score years his bosom swells with breath drawn carelessly yet while he drains that measured air twelve Hundred millions die of think be of the reckless heart who dare the smiting Rod. That with each scornful breath be heave. Three souls Are called to Ood feel a capital. In the Wiea s a Erchant is about trusting the Desler be a a no Mes a round among his ii Aires into the character and capita of his a Stoer before he parts with his goods. The Rule is a Apo it or measure of Prado and May be advantage oily adopted a politics As Well As Trade. Let us then inquire into the materials that constitute the present capital of he whig Paziy to order that the people by whom they Are wooed to entrust them with their Dearest i Teresia Okay judge if they Are worthy of their Coefie Deuce. The capital Stock of the whigs May be sum Nied up is follows imprimis. Six or Veo Hundred broken Banks. Item. Some Hundred millions of Shi plasters. Item. Some scores of monstrous dinners and some hundreds of pot valiant toasts. Item. Twenty thousand abolitionists men women and children of All colors. Item. Half a million of two dozen remnant of old panics. The fag ends of two dozen broken winded item. Item. Factions. Item. Ground. Quot run Madam run see the guard House is alive seize your flour pass Vine Street and you Are Safe t was done. The guard made an attempt to Rise when the stranger Drew a pistol and shot him dead. The unfortunate Man gazed around him with fearless intrepidity. There was but one Way of Esca get and that through the Wood. Seizing the dead Man s Musket he started like a Deer pursued by the hounds. Quot shout him Down Down with him Quot was echoed from one line to another. The desperado was lost in the Wood and a general search commenced. The object of their Pursuit in the mean time flew like lightning the main guard was left behind but the Lioio Piquet line would soon be alarmed. One course alone presented itself and that was to mount his horse which was concealed among the Bushes and Gallop Down to the Delaware a boat was already there for him. The thought was no sooner suggested than it was put in execution. Me mounted his horse and eluding the alarmed guards had nearly reached the Delaware. Here he found himself headed and hemmed in by at least fifty exasperated soldiers. One sprang from behind a tree and demanded immediate surrender. T is useless to Prevar Cate. You Are now our prisoner and your boat which before excited our suspicion is now in our Quot son of a slave slave to a King How dare you address Freeman surrender yourself a Dale never surrendered himself to any Man far less to a blinded pol Troon. Away or die Quot and he attempted to pass. The guard levelled his gun but himself was levelled to the dust the Ball of Duale s pistol bad been swifter than his own. His Case was now truly desperate behind Bim was the whole line of guards. On the North of him the Frankford Piquet and of the loft of him the City of Philadelphia filled with British troops. One Way and Only on presented itself and that was to Cross the River. He knew his horse he plunged in a shout soc sedum Jod i a a fese hed half Ocbo distance Twenty armed ate wore in Swift Pursuit. His Noble horse dashed through the Delaware his master spurred Bim on with double inter Greet while the balls whistled around him. The tide was re onion Down Hbeo he Reachell to Jersey Shore he and Kimseu of mediately opposite the old slip at Market Street. Res bin of Shore he turned round took out a pistol and with steady urn Fred at the Firat boat a an Viiu Over the eid had Sank to Rise no More. He Ifan Jie appeared to the Wood. The angry liarrasa�4 and Digap Poi a 4 Pur Seece gave Eye Loose Eurael and returned to the Pem Sylvania Shore fully Hait Eving that if l e a a a a Oil Milfeil be was at i meet one of Hie Ciati Paie Fifita. The new York Star is publishing a series of reminiscences of the massacre of St. Domingo. From the last chapter we select the following picture of horrid barbarity a Quot while we were lamenting Over the horrible Fate of our friends and Felt indignant at the perfidious conduct of the Black commandant there passed in front of my store mrs. Fona Che with an infant in her arms she was conducted by a Black officer. This Beautiful woman about Nineteen years old who had received at Havre de Grace in France an education equal to Ber High rank in society and to by the loveliness of a Serene temper had secured to herself the esteem of All who had been introduced to her and enjoyed her amiable conversation was now seen walking along with Humble Steps sighing fur her infant and following the Black Assassin who but a few hours before had imbued his bands in the blood of him hopi she preferred of life. Thus she was led forlorn to the Black commandant s Quarter. On her arrival there this Black monster told her that he had Long been in love with her charms and knowing that she would not listen to his entreaties so Long As Ever her husband lived he had caused him to be removed she was now a widow and he would have her or she must die. She at once replied Quot had i ten thousand lives to forfeit i would sacrifice them All rather than listen to an he entreated he threatened but All in vain. Finding that he could not conquer the virtuous indignation of Hia victim to wrested her infant daughter 2d months old from her arms and with motions equal to the deed threatened to tear into quarters her Beautiful babe at this sight she fell on her Knees at his feet cried and entreated him to save her Cli ild s life but with the most heroic courage she persisted in refusing to gratify his brutal passion. A the monster enraged at her resistance Tore the babe into quarters then bound the blood streaming parts upon the Mother s bosom and around her Waist and dragged Bis victim to the North Side of the place and there precipitated them head Foremost into the sea below that is from a Summit forty five feet a Parson Parson m. Of Worcester county used sometimes to be absent on a missionary tour. Once on a time having just returned from one of these excursions he found his congregation quite drowsy and wishing to Wake them up he broke off in the midst of his Sermon and began to Tell them what wonderful things be bad seen in York state among other wonders he said to had seen monstrous great mosquitoes so Large that Many of them would weigh a Pound the people were by this time wide yes Quot continued Paraon a Quot and moreover they Are often known to climb Trees and bark Quot the next Day one of the deacons called upon him telling him that Many of the Brethren were much scandalized at the big stories he told the Day before. Quot what stories Quot says Parson m. Quot Why sir you said that the mosquitoes in York state were so Large that Many of them would weigh a Pound Quot Quot Well Quot rejoined the minister Quot i do really think that a great Many of them would weigh a Quot but Quot continues the Deacon Quot you also said that they would climb of on Trees and bark Quot Quot Well sir Quot says person m. Quot As to their climbing up on Tress i have seen them do to Bat hav it you Deacon Quot Quot of Quot Well How could tier climb on the Trees and not climb on the bark Quot the Deacon was of course non Pius sed. Maple do Abs gov. Hill in his family visitor urges upon Bis readers the importance of attend log to Trio business of making Maple sugar the present year. He save there Are probably Soffi Cimeot Maple tripes in new Hampshire Maine and Venuat to furnish half the a Etc and molasses Nece safari for the consumption of their inhabitants Svery Poland produced will save at Boom the Price of the Oest Sod the duty on the Pound of imported Eugar a one place it will sup a. The Coli of sugar i Pei into the United states by prices averaging from four cents and a half to eight cents for the Superior sugar do Chiw the year 1938, exceeded Sevea Lauvone and s heir of dollars. The Doty paid to the Gove Ramelot on thie sugar Assn Intel to nearly three said Iione of dollare�?a4 the the Mere Toat Ami Muir eur to. No Ziaee Irais a a Tjia duty. Boa the original poet. Tha editor Mem that Skom prese a a a earmae atthe flow of a up Stu he Moia thaa Rosa Ion in Ahan Daoa lha air Aram a prig the a a Robe of old Coats that have beep turned 0� Oft fat amp at they a a la scarcely stick together. Item. A Dosen or two aliases to be used As occasion requires. Item. Two or three Hundred manufactories and magazines of calumnies called newspapers. Item. Half a dozen congressional bullies. An array of orators All talk and no cider. A horror of the Independent Treasury. A Devotion to a Bank of the United states. Boast no bragging and betting Orf Librium. Forty thousand masks and As Many Dou item. Item. Item. Item. Item. Ble Fuchea. Item. Item. Item hem. Item. Item. Item. Item. Till i am Quot Assumption of All the talents. All the decency. All the piety. All the morality. All the religion. All the philanthropy. All the modesty. All the wealth to wit six or seven Hun dred broken Banks and some Hundred millions of Shi plasters. Item. Fifty dozen Coon skins. Item. A roasted of. Item. Ditto sheep. Item. Six Quot Prairies on item. Amish Hatch on a Long pole looking very melancholy. Item. A lawyer sitting Cross legged on Coon skins nibbling a Johnny cake. Item. Three dried rats and an onion. Item. Goody Harrison is a gossiping old lady and an available who lives in a sinecure clerkship in a City but is pretended to be a Farmer living in a log Cabin and drinking hard cider. Item. Two illustrious converts one of whom is in a Peculiar and trying situation the other in a quandary. One of these went Over to the whigs because be wanted an office and could t get it the other because he could not resist his natural impulse to treachery. One writes and the other speech fies. Both have become identified with the whigs and abolitionists but still continue to hang like Dis clouts to the tail of democracy and profess their principles Only that they May the More effectually betray them. They insist upon standing sentinels at the door of democracy in order that they May let in the enemy. They Are the Gog and the Magog of the abolition federalists and by their Aid they expect to conquer. They Are the geese that betrayed instead of saving the Capitol and their hissing is awful. They Are bladders under the arms of federalism and there is Little doubt it will swim till they burst with their own puffing and flowing. Huzzah for Harrison Quot say they Quot this is All we can do in the . A or. Rives. For. Tallmadge. Analogy of sound to .�?doctor Willis an old grammarian who wrote upwards of a Hundred years ago in noticing the significant roots in the English language gives various examples. Thus words funded upon w always denote firmness and strength analogous to the latin Sto As stand stay staff Stop Stout steady stake stamp stately acc. Words beginning with sir intimate violent Force and Energy As strive strength strike Stripe stress struggle stride stretch strip amp a. The implies forcible motion As throw throb thrust through threaten Thra Dom amp a. Or obliquity or Distor tation As wry wrest Wreath wrestle wring wrong Wrangle Wrath wrack amp a. So silent a tation or lateral motion As Sway swing swerve sweep swim amp a. Is a gentle fall or less observable motion As slide slip sly Slit slow Slack Sling. Up dissipation or expansion As spread sprout Sprinkle split spill Spring. Termination in Ash indicate something acting nimbly and sharply As crash Gash rash Flash lash slash. Terminations in ush something acting More obtuse by and dully As crush Brush hush gush Blush fhe most that can be argued from such specimens we imagine is that the analogies of sound have had some influence on the formation of words. Home nature is industrious in adorning Ber dominions and Man to whom this Beauty is addressed should feel and obey Bis lesson. Let Bim too be industrious in adorning Bis House in making Bis Domain the dwelling of his wife and children nut Only convenient and comfortable but pleasant. Let him As far As circumstances will admit be industrious in surrounding it with pleasant objects a decorating it Wilbia and without with things that tend to make it agreeable and attractive. Let Industry make Home the abode of neatness and order a place which in absence draws Back the heart by food associations of Comfort and Content. Let thai be and this sacred spot will become surely the scene of cheerfulness and peace. A gentleman in this City has received a letter from Paris in which it is stated that a chemist has obtained from the French government a Patent for the discovery of a pr9cc98 by which whale Oil is perfectly purified sad disinfected. Some of this Oil thus purified and disinfected has been tried by several manufacturers of cloth and soap with Complete Success. By these experiments it has been proved that whale Oil thua purified by the process in Quee Tion can be employed with equal Success As Olive Oil in All kinds of Man Actu Itas As Well As for lamps being Superior to so Lett a Oil hitherto used for this coh Fittim Klimt. Vamp wag listening to a vain pompous fellow who was boating the amount exit Pended by Bis Uncle while he Wae a member of Goa Grese fur cigars exclaimed Quot i suppose you Thi your Uncle was a Fiaai sir but to waen Othiff to a Oom Parad to an aunt 1 had in the it a of Omokar in the two pipes length a team not Rhode Island ,w, Ems world. She Swo Ftp by to a Java with constantly in her am i to stat length �1 ,. no aha took her of Bona a pot an4 fitted h visit Shaab hawked rag Ai arly every Day to fit. Bra Tina bin a the pm ill fax to awful the life a ii car us him cot the fou Barlag Janar on Artavy fro ii a Ber of us Loodea courier. S Dastas a 0� new in and High inundation of tha . Liew Tife its bosom an Eoo Node a Tahania Quot or Iii Kwh above and sweeping a its a Mara a Milf to la Buks below the Lief Eufis a thundering against Kew Orleata in Pijie in with an awful rash wapt the who la Beitf Gulf of Mexico. The spectacle was a Way. Marr timbers forests cites Chu Ickes a Ith Aad will steeples negroes ladies , am zip pigs poultry Banks local Boob Idow Iube pm butt Enders were All heaped up together a a a my and shapeless mass of conglomerate like an unapproachable is ipod i irs from the Delta of the amp ther of Watera whole Impe Taouba course inflicted the calamity. Tha Coasaca Enaa was that All business was suspended a tha Haaka could no restrain Spanie payments bees Aee their apace had sunk to the Bottom and when the exp a left about fifteen thousand people Stam rag Mafi the fragments of interlocked of her wet Chr masts chimneys and pyramids were War ii Ito pocket handkerchiefs As signals of distress. 0� one years ago when to legislature of one of the Middle states were eng a new Constitution the discussion of provisions was warm and obstinate. Many a had been spent in fiery debate and the vote waa at length about to be taken. Just at this Moro Aat a country member who had been absent for some Days previously entered the House and Todd his seat. Another member who was in favor of tha amended Constitution went to him and Endeavor a to make a convert of him. Quot you must vote for the Constitution by All Means Quot said be. Quot i la think of it Quot said the country member. Quot you must make of your mind at once nmn for the vote is about to be the coutry member scratched his Bead and seemed puzzled. Quot come Why do you hesitate will you Promise me to vote for the Constitution t i am sure it will give general Quot i la vote for it on one condition Quot said the cola it try Quot what is that 1&Quot Quot and on no other by god Quot Quot but what condition is it a Quot Why that they let it run by my must brutal and outrageous assault was committed a few Days since in Rochester n. Y. Upon a girl Only 12 years of age. Two of the brutes were Brothers and All under 18 years old. The Democrat withholds their names because Forsooth their parents Are of the Quot respectability Quot or in other words they Are not of the Labouring class. Has it come to this that peaceable Uno fending girls can t walk the streets without being exposed to the brutal assaults of the vagabonds of the would be Quot respectable families to Quot Fie on such nonsense they Are villains of the deepest Dye and should be exposed and punished to the full extent of the Law. Jackson Jutca dem. Or Curran was once engaged in an argument behind him stood Bis colleague a gentleman Mose person was remarkably tall and slender and who had originally intended to take orders. The Jojn observing that the Case under discussion involved a question of ecclesiastical Law Quot then Quot said Cor ran Quot i can refer your lordship to a High authority behind me who was once intended for the a Buret though in my opinion he was better fitted for the Steeple. According to the Charleston Patriot the Navy department has determined to make that Post a As Val station and Captain b. H. Shubrick has Bemi appointed the first officer and lieutenant Kaighin the second. It is also intimated that Charlesina in to be made a Navy Yard for the repairing of Smau vessels or such sloops of War As can Coria into its Waters. Last week the House of George Weymouth of Belmont Maine was consumed by fire in tha Darr time and a thing to speak of was saved. We aah Nersund that in the Bouse of or. We Jhabia Vera a few Hundred dollars in Toki and Silver who was recovered Afler the would paper Money have been 1 a few Days since while one of the White Wai Taca at the Charleston s. A hotel was open Uff it Battle of cider the bottle burst and a fragment Offu a struck him in the Eye Laid open the Ball sad Imp probably entirely destroyed its sight a Toni Emsa and gentlemen. Wanted a Situ i too As tinder Footman or under a Butler a youth aged 19. Can have a two is Ajmail a half character from the gentleman be m Tiwu. A the of glut of la illumination in Honor of Ber majesty s marriage Iri no. 16 a Een Square was a traae Parent a amp Umi of some vessels sailing about with a Otto so fowl to Amackea. Tai Coa a Bius it sir Walter Soott Itiat in ii % the amount Bill of fitting of to of aim As a cavalry a Beer says Quot they by by or to liar it in Mahe a Mai apparently aah in. To Init / savant Thov mid Varrati of Hare Hean shipped from the Cut Topi iils within tha last Mont i which is Mora to fail Liutik the Plaza faring so shot % period at any tii Titre file. Aim inv a Kim rom aim Makrin Van bo�aat<�wii�-tml4 it la a. I it. T Gava Mith to 1lao>it�i a cd in a Noble Defek by a writer in the Philadelphia Ledger lately published a severe article in reference to the jews As a body. One of the israelite of that City replies As follows Quot can the author of the Phillipit against the jews Point out any israelite who has Ever been brought up Befi re a org strata and fined for drunkenness 1 or has Ever any one of our people been convicted or even tried fair in Darf arson rape blasphemy adultery dec.? does you Noble correspondent know of a single instance where any one of the israelite has abandoned Bis wife and children and left them a charge to the overseers of the poor Quot the writer then makes an Appeal to a of the press Quot i ask you if Ever you have received an advertisement from an israelite announcing to iat Bis wife had eloped and cautioning the Public tit to Trust the partner of Bis bosom

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