Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
19 Aug 1840

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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - August 19, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana The Wabash Einer. I i of y Vei i i a 6pfaking with the Freedom of a Man himself free an audience of by George a. Chapman. Volume haute Vigo county Meiai a August 19, 1840. In uglier 45� i ii. Mili a . V e w a Lias lies l ii 1 in red a cry of a if ii Ash and Ohio sir Dir Liy East Oft of court a Joliff. A three Jurn. To d Illint la id Fiflis a nit w be Reici of til non Luis tie film or Ilnia a i paid m Advance or Vav tii n a our Rikhi ii. N. Iii air nut ii till All a Rry a rag Art a Laki. Uncle for like up u the l r pret in. A fit ire notify score i Al the end of the y. In coi Isidio i a ii Jolt a air in Chi edit. I a Rutih i evils in tins paper will la in a i Ivory o ill Iro Ali in for cdm-.s. Ai \ i Insi i n la or cd one Dill in a fire Bocott cd Ai tin rate if a Quot a cents p a Soj Iriri Sci Kly. Ili a tii �n.,-Ber i get i Neri i in lie marked in ii a a handed w i c no sued till ordered i a Cigar de Accordini Egiy. Adv Rtiz a meals pub hed by the i warier. Crw in be Char Rcd pm a a Juare Cal l or n or $ 10 a pc A Quot or ii Pitr and Osiier advert by year. Al be charged air am a Piare Quot n for three ires. For a inter Quot of a ci.,i inn d c Jis j a Quot half a c Dania. A y l Oliree a a i ran Tir a f a a Uri. A a be. In n Al my. And Quot i Ali ii my Roi j . Me Etc amino the Proi or period for offering the i Roni Tow i in Tidi a thin Aurora of Drc. 15, i a. Co Oscr Alioti of Ireat Britain the general govern the Deb fates id tie Ijar Tibb ency arc Asi pm Cut seriously alarmed the attitude of the ble this in Hartford m Connecticut for the Northern . Of any accommodation takes place Cany of into execution far in their i Between great Britain and the i United states Poui a the Fengai reinvents entered into with tie Brit of lit be held Forth arising out of tie Arnica i a governor Oica Nad i under the Agency of a i a ble dispose of the Eastern slates. This would Liliie and Jid in tiry. J increase the influence of the friends of England ii May be a Ell Call mind the Heads of Liis ought not be in any official form so avowed but y. May be so asserted in parliament. Titis govern in the year old i when tic Briti Sli government Quot ment directed by the influence of opinion but the print a Paci towards tie populace Are never be relied i Lii try states by Lut ambassador Washington. Ilisson Ullh March 1609. To or , through its provincial Quot i have now ascertained the course be i invt nor Crair was organizing the Means of a Rev per mind by the parly in he <111 my the i United slates and for this purpose. I Slature will give the tone neighbouring states ice Allen w a posted 15otoii Consul and icily i Vilc a new Cung Russ be cum just d of ii i Home Ems dyed the editor of a francs from the Sci ral Stales and erect a separate in user n n Ernnt. I government for their common defence and common Rill failure of the British missionaries sent hither intercity. A 1 and the recall Oft Liu emissary Jackson gave Rixis new Congress of Eastern Dele nation will a n w i lie All airs the decision with which Jack begin by abrogating Olven Sive Laws and ado Ting a. Ii Tidence had been repelled and Winch a. \ Ai intr mainly Naiu e f the Power Ikus assumed by h recall paralysed and produced a they would then receive proposals from great Brit i n of the British designs. Jacison How am. All that would be necessary Aid Trimn would Ever 111 a i air which he made i rom Washington be the co operation of a few ships of War from Hali Nocton and i Nice Canada Laid the Folind Ilion fax a a strict Alliance iavi>1. Result from necessity a a or the revival of their Demins. He was received i Piave in what Here said been regarded against ,11 cities he passed along with a marked the enthusiasm of those who Are a or an immediate ii i d Public dinners the Only Means which Alliance a i Antii in statute Niue for a coi i big r i a i c i in n in up i Slier Nusl be iia a. 1,1 abroad jul ird Rcd l Quot a Ltd of pm a l. a i Sam Modi Liln i Mili Isom a . 1>vm� sri in Login Dws Aii j i m i. I ins 1 in Quot Niino i Tiu a in j id crr of Quot i ii liar Rio Uii Pirty. Stirr a ii a _ lira. ii i a l i i., fies i. In w b Quot in i or j til i air a d la r cd by tue h spa Quot 4 Ait i Sec. Olin a a i or . a Ira f. Tiri Ein 1 .1 in Iff �,r.,-Ide. 11, a i e any be a Rcw i. H try and pro a a. i a just tic a. Tint til.-. Ili a air a n ii ii party. A Ioas in i in a i ii a git. In l s r air. Rah a i c n ii a Al Iho de by han.ill11. sii a cd in ill ii la Quot tii a i in i list Unis a Iro Ide a or combining favor and la ii in characters were Beslow-1 i Lipon ,111. Piil id phia new \ Ork and 11, i ii. Ii Quot Tri a Ltd Willi marked ati Enli n and till Best thu a of lilo a cities were seen hovering ii i. If lie bad been some Fabius or Belisa Rob in id a Ivri a in the cause of Bisci wintry. I 1 a inn a and conferences Boston Llinat Mil lie i Quot a Golton any More than the toasts A re Lii Rice and Ince resounded there. 1 1 id. Like Laliots of Jackson in the ii i will in lie was Sint began api car. I ii con of , whom our a Overmi Minuit fairly and Lii c Irei l the taken Mound forbidden Liv Toj of Quot i we ecu Regii Lale the pro.-,. D i s govern Nientsu towards each other and base Leai Iner in Winch the younger i Erskine was treated by the , Only for a Rul Cere Eifort preserve peace and a respect for june the two nations Are Well recollected. the Erv a i j ��?�,.u old Titi. Rii Fanada and Uyi and the Secretary of til . T Uris Islieb Henry a secret and j Roi Ted Henry a Reward for the ser a l he was perform an emissary j january i do Henry was service a spy ii the Brili sii n . He 1 in r a i i 111 the int tier h til in i a r i. I i pub i To 1 he . 1 ii part a a . J and Culive hit a a for tar trat 11 a re or Tiro Dii n a a . Or c two i. A i a i. T be jul a i ii scr re Jiu Ria a a i evil i E s an a Lient in Ord Ceri. Jii i Naai Aiu Mil <�1 m. A run. A l. T. C a iry Ler i tie a a a Lin till Cou a e a. T i in boy a. Lib arts serv a Lii. A f i try Lue 1 d 1 e of or v hit. 1. Or 1.i 1 cd items and .lruclioi,.- Henry we be irn the Urpi a of Iiiis,on, and the tor Winch be a be Reward d. Stir Luis Cut loll Hartford carries on face .1 a retain tra Itie tendency of Linch cannot be i ,.-and they tor the transact 11 if of mis.-,on. will i.,.be cd in i a do More than Ile in a . Tier of the Nui of Henry Ev-�1 Frill for dts ii he on air Oiler and Jet. i land John Uin dad Mir eth j lniii.ri/, Quot Trio Jin Critor Eui ploys you Chi a secret and con ii 111 ssi ii 111 Bostons your Oriner Coni Muni a . Liap ii Haiti a express approbation of 1. A a Teri tiry of state Jenk ii son a the governor yyi lib i Nuey wiil a by incr. In Case Ilmi part , and other Ottlie .<s, o in a with this Goverio a To a i. Do d a Fri pro Crair a air. 1 .1 Intini Cliotis Ihn Rij Imio. I , March 8. Cie neral politics of the United Stales without More than Remote Gallusi uis . . March Quot the federalists of the Northern Stales have succeeded in making Congress believe with such an o position they would make the Jeneral gov Erni nent. The Tchir in old he con mid the Southern Siil Stiie consequence after All their Parade and Media Beautress has done nothing Quot a sep ration of the slates however desirable cannot be Brou Jet about but by a series of Active policy tending irritate the Southern and conciliate like let Arlen slates. an object be of Lai Ihmle by slow and Ercums act progression a Reat Britain should Mak no Concession Thini . , March Quot in c Vonnee Picut no Chan a necessary a Reat Britain and none need be Apprel ended. Rhode Lami of no consequence. Since the plan of an or Ltd Anize Ltd Coppom Tui or. Jefferson policy was put into operation the whole of the new i ii gland states have transferred their political Power into the hands of i. Enemies they belie e that nothing can Force him or his Success Orr into a War and Liat All the Menai of the a nit states government Mere . Intended Only obtain conditions i Roni King land on cd flip terms. I am myself of that of Pinion. War Wii Toul the concur Renee of both parties must commence without h i e and end in disgrace should Beret ire be the Patum in c Vuk of great Britain Kos r i Between the North and i Soutsi and by this Means carry into effect her own projects Quot , March a i now Send a pamphlet entitled the Quot ship a used documents Quot the comments written by the gentle i Man who h written Quot analysis Quot before sent j y a i. These works have greatly the for ars of men of Talent i and Jiro Perty who now prefer the Chance of maintaining their party by open resistance and a tinal separation. A War would produce an Ine Giralde alienation of the Eastern from the South Jern Silies and bring the whole country in sub or Malion j interests of i Midland whose Navy j could prescribe and enforce terms Commerce ail a this known Itie democrats who will therefore \ avoid a a o. Xii a Boston Ai Ril 2g, u9. Quot in All these slates governors have been elected out Oftie Federal party. Or. Erskine correspond trying please every body. Hi.nt8 editors. One Reader cries your Strain too grave too much morality you have too much about religion give the some Witch and wizard tales of slip shod ghost with fins and Scales and feathers like a Pigeon. I love read another cries i Hose monstrous fashionable lies in other words those novels composed of Kings and priests and lords of Border wars and Gio Tiric hordes that used Jive in Hovel. No no cries one we be had enough of such confounded love sick stuff craze the fair creation give some recent foreign news of russian turks the poles or jews or any other nation. The Man of Dull Scholastic lore would like see a Little More of first rate scraps of latin a tie grocer Fain would learn the Price of Tea Atid sugar fruit and Rice the Draper silk and station. Another cries i want More fun a witty anecdote or Pun a rebus or a Riddle some wish j parliamentary news and some perhaps of w Iser views would rather hear a Tiddle. The critic too of classic skill. Must dip in Gall his Gander Quill. And scrawl against the paper of All literary fools. Bred in our colleges and schools he cuts the greatest caper. Another cries i want see a jumbled up variety. Variety in All things a miscellaneous ii Odge pot print. Composed i Only give the hint of multifarious Small things. I want some marriage news says miss constitutes my highest Bliss hear of weddings plenty for in a of general rain Isone suffer from a drought tis Plain least not one in Twenty. I want hear of deaths says Ono of people totally undone by losses or fever another answers full Wise i d rather have the fall and Rise of Racoon skins and Beaver. Some signify a secret wish for now and then a favorite dish of politics suit them but Here we rest perfect Case. For should they swear the Moon was cheese. We never should Confute them. Or grave or humorous wild or tame lofty or Low tis All the same. Too haughty or too Humble so brother editors pursue the path that seems the Best you and let the grumbles grumble. A new item in a Bill. Some Twenty five years ago while Jerome Bona i Parte was travelling through new England with a i Large suite he stopped Over night the tavern of an avaricious old hunks in one of the Beautiful villages of Western Massachusetts. The landlord was an englishman born Ultra tory in his feelings and when a he heard in the morning that he was have no less j a person than a brother of the great Napoleon with i an extensive retinue for his guests night his Joy i knew no Bounds. Extra servants were employed the rooms acre All cleansed clean sheets put upon the Beds chickens and Turies were run Down and had their necks wrung in Short every preparation was made give the Prince a reception becoming his High rank. Night finally came and with came Jerome Bonaparte with some Twenty friends and servants. Here was a Windfall for the old tavern keeper Here was business fit Hin. Supper was soon served the distinguished guests went bed an Early hour and an Early hour again next morning breakfast was prepared swallowed and soon after every thing w arranged for their departure. There was one very important duty still be performed by the tavern keeper the making out the Bill. Such customers were scarce Bonaparte Seldom visited that Section of the country and Boniface was determined make the most of the present visit. He got along remarkably Well with the Bill until he had run up $75. This was not enough. The landlord could think of letting the brother of the greatest Man of the age off Short of $100. He Quot figured Quot Over again added a Little Here and put in another Quot extra Quot there but after All Only amounted $80. Quot the Bill Quot Quot the Bill Quot was shouted in his ear.�, but the Bill was Quot not right Quot he viewed . All was Bustle and confusion. The French servants were chattering and hustling about the carriages were All ready Start and nothing was wanting but the Bill. Quot Why for you no make a de Bill i Quot said the cashier of the party. Quot in one minute Quot retorted the landlord scratching his head. Quot a Gir must make him Queen or me no pay Quot continued the Frenchman. Quot yes yes i hear you Quot said the landlord his i Eye glancing from one charge two highlanders. By James Hook. On the Banks of the Albany River which Falls into Hudson Bay there among others a Small Colony settled which almost made up of emigrants from the Highlands of Scotland. Though the soil of the valleys contiguous the River exceedingly Rich and Fertile yet the Winter being too Long and severe people do not labor too incessantly in agriculture but depend for the most part upon their skill in Hunting and fishing for their subsistence there being commonly abundance of both game and Young Kinsmen both Macdonald went ohm Day into these boundless Woods Hunt each of them armed with a Well charged gun in his hand and a Skene Dhu or Highland Dirk by Bis Side. They shaped their course towards a Small Stream which descends from the mountains the n. W. Of the River on the Banks of which they knew there were still a few wild Swine remaining and of All other creatures they wish most meet with one of them Little doubt but that they would overcome even a pair of them their lurking places though they were reported be so remarkable both for their strength and ferocity. They were not All successful having neglected the common game in searching for these animals and a Little before Sunset they returned homeward without having shot anything save one wild Turkey. But when they least expected their infinite Joy they discovered a deep pit or Cavern which contained a Large litter of half grown pigs and none of the old ones with them. I his was a prize indeed so without losing a moment Donald said the other Mack you Pete Littlest Many creep you in and Durk the Little sows and i la be keeping Vatch the door Mack complied without hesitation gave his gun Donald unsheathed his Skene Dhu and crept into i the Cave head Foremost but after he was All out of i sight save the brogues he stopped Short and called a Back but lord Donald be Shober keep out be Lould ones ton you be fearing lat Man said Donald. The Cave was deep but there was abundance of room in the further end where Mack with his Sharp Skene Dhu now commenced the work of death. He was scarcely Well begun when Donald perceived a suddenly a thought struck him. Amid the in boar advancing upon him roaring wonted Clatter jabber and do about his ears he a i a tusks while the fire of rage gleamed from his eyes. Donald said not a word for fear fleeced that he could turn All the extra noise and confusion tie visit had occasioned some account. The Quot item Quot he had so Long tried conjure up was length found and he immediately finished the Bill with Quot making a gtd fuss generally $30.&Quot the paymaster just glanced the amount paid the Bill and was off i Stanter. Whether Jerome Bona part Ever found out that he had paid $20 for a did fuss generally Quot about a Yankee tavern keeper House More than we. Can say but if Ever a of alarming Liis Friend besides the Savage was so hard upon film Ere he was aware he scarcely had for any thing so setting himself firm and i Cocking his gun he took his aim but that the shot i might prove the More certain death he suffered the i boar come within a few paces of him before i he ventured fire he last Drew the fatal trigger ,. Expecting blow out his eyes brains and All. Merma a the gun missed fire or flashed in the pan i am not sure which. There was no be lost Donald dashed the piece the animal Sil Hall fiddler or mrs. Trollope should get hold in uie piece in.� Anima. A of this Ory they May rely upon authentic try. I his Back att fled with precipitation. J j j j j i he boar pursued him Only for a Short space for hav Picayune. ,._______n.- _. _ on the evening before a Quot apparently strove Quot Quot in Bald faced about and pursued him be democrats. Quot yes but having before this from the horror . T till., w ii Aioli Ali or dry re e Stro i a fut ure .e Oiler w �o2 . E Malie an extra the real d a rus of those Una Hartford conv edition. Quot \ Mengste the Many Dar. h i Leni Republic must Al Way by .\.ird i Ireat Britain not the least thai of a . And consequent break up of Al l lir n. The slave Jurs ii in a w i or i Ftp Rte til Sal any 1 me but Coli in i y not lick. Nearly a Ower . Itie i. in a j the shipping and Iirrcantilr in erect. Of a new Long and Stales r ii a co o a was i the merchant or so p owner Wuriu Mir Cru. Had d spoiled of Ali. T Lal a few per Here , and now and Fien Rou he Sao by into Luiei a 111 p its j ii Faiuu in the i Stern Quot arts b Rei Piiru pres or like be Perl tour a c sup died Luicir troops Dork Yards tii.,.s of War. A and were too a Reinoud ii oui liar coast Futi a any m one Nierich fro i our r Juliis. L Liev Thyret ire. Ais i my a tue War Cun Lihue. Not of with Liu Nev 1 ii Landers they on.ue contrary began Abigt i m o How they could Best extricate Ibeinelves Roui Strait a hic ii the mad Pidiry of or. Madi n and the general Cov Ernie sent bad Drien a Ieni. The inhabit ii sol Ihu Iflilid of Bantu. Ket Ondr an overture Nur oui rnai Ider in Clief perfectly Neu ral Dunn be War. the armed vegt Surls of b ii Bei Liger arits from Lior harbor.-. Whilst m another Quarter. Far ii Oil extensive Scherie of a a uus a i Patrei Quot ten quirly set on Fot and but Aii , pro Ress Ai Novig i Tome of Lue ii get res dec the acid influential inhabitants of new i Zelind. I Nis Vivis separate tic Rii and ÍIto from like and Western Stales boost a 1, narc by in the first Naniel state a Piir leg one of our in acct of the blood on the throne and sir begin citing the new kingdom by in Anee cafe Risic and Deti i Sive England. Tue of Ghent Uta Stop the corresponds,. I was in Allie a Progress on this Subj cd Lii a i Hokkim k . I ii .\ i and Inoue or a prob Ible May appear Yankee a a ride were a War i Brak out again Between something Sunila would occur bet re the l cited o Viilu i Uro i or Jud 1. A i be the other Ivas Lern slates and Dyle id Triem in tie part they Are Jcj Lake id Ucil and connections there will guide cimeral Tennis in desc bin the Obj in a been Suji posed if the federalists of the proceed with the earliest con ence has Given great satisfaction the Federal a a tin a obtain accurate la formation party Here because will exempt them from War j i Haltli of Mas Achus its. The number of its in and justify their partiality towards Ireat Britain. Inb a the kno in Intel ene and ability of i5ut the great Benefit that will result trom will be i Adinig men. Inst a a i a Coli Side a Ali Bon Rte will be ind Cetl Force this country from her ii Riili in system. Nothing could contribute j More give stability and influence the British j parly. Wien i begun my letter i intent cd make some observations on the Boundary i a o. X , May i 1809. I Quot recent changes quiet All apprehensions of War i turn slates Slu uld be so laces Ful and obtain Lud Lessen All Hopes of a separation of tie j influence May enable them direct if. A Boston May 2i of. Puli i opinion not Imp probable that rather than Quot i Quot present state of things my presence can j suit mint. Tivey w la that influence bring Alio be useful Ireat Britain. If or. Erskine be a from the general l vion. How Tarn sanctioned in All he has conceded would be in i ii an event will they look England for assist availing attempt carry into of Eccl the original , or be Dispocd enter into n Voss a Rio j or Joses f in Inis Ston Quot Willi Olvo. , uth june 1809. A a a Lii Are not appear an avowed agent Quot the present hoes of the federalists Are in the i . To of stain an intimacy with the leaders and probability of a War with France but All events i raucously Alviso them that if they wis ii enter party Strong and Well enough organized re into any with this government you vent a War with England. should be superfluous a will Ira Ismil me. I enclose a credential but trouble you with an account of the nature and you my i not be unless you Are satisfied will extent of tie arrangement Viade by the Federal i patriotic hymn. By mrs. . Patriots awake lift up your eyes see British whigs against you Rise .eir country foes a Recreant Host. With falsehood trick and empty boast. See How the Force seekers rage. And fierce for Power and Gold engage see baited nets of falsehood spread. And honest patriots captive led. There Biddle with his Quot monster stands mustering his avaricious bands there aristocracy found. To grind the people the ground. There Taitts Servile army spreads there wealth with upturned nasal treads there sycophantic flattery smiles. And base corruption ones her Wiles. Then let boldly the Field. Secure in virtue Helm and shield the terrors and the charms repel the tricks of whigs the arts of hell. The Patriot Jackson Triumph d Here Why should his faithful Fol lovers fear we have been victors Oft before a we shall be when this conflict o or. Eraul Niter hasten. Col. Johnson opinion of Quot whig Friendship. Ii w. A staunch Friend of col. Johnson and just stiff Donald Mack life was stake a Democrat remarked him on the before observed the monster return from his departure that the Quot whig do him much Honor the said he Quot does appear so and i suppose i ought take a High compliment but when i consid i or the Gross abuse they heaped upon me but two or three years ago How inveterate these same editors land politicians were in their pretended haired for me and the principles i advocate a Little j sin . Gular that they should have so suddenly turned. Round and express their High veneration for a Fly / Quot a f. eyes character now. Although i am the same then i ins efforts the enraged animal reached i my political principles Are the same not having Quot a Quot before ban and entered a changed an Iota in single particular instance now Joever too a Row for him walk on a 1 then fully identified Wuh the administration of was obliged drag himself in Mack that honest Man Martin Van , a Quot a before and of course his Hind feet lost. 11 .1 1 r .1. I a a their hold of the ground. this important crisis and i Hope see a the a Ead intr measures that he.,., Quot i a i in i a a i. I has so boldly and fearlessly introduced carried fully j Donald 0 Crook Lum Laid hold out. I say i suppose i ought receive a High j compliment and if really owing a change desperation. A of sentiment and opinion in regard the adminis o was All unconscious of what was going traction i do but if merely affected for some wondered in what Way he came other i look upon All with perfect ing Hoard the cries of his suffering Young ones Asho passed the hastened Back their Rescue. Most men would have Given All up for lost. was not soon pursuing in his of being All Loi n pieces ran rather too far without look b ick. Like boar had by that oversight got consid id of him Donald strained Ever nerve lie piercing cries and even for All his not forget implore assistance from head prayer was Short but Pithy o lord Mack said Donald in a loud in Lumire Eon Lidei ital communications. I be your endeavours in passing through Vermont. Vary the Adil Ress of your letters address sometimes Thor Sugii the Chiff Justice a o. same Dale. A a arty resist any Al tempt of the United slates government unfavourable great i x .�?secretary land John Henry Dat i , Isle May Quot the news received Day will bring you Back the a Carer John Himi pm i am cruelly out of spirits the idea of eng-1 i a of played by me full Confidence bind trucking such a debased and accursed Iov May be placed in him Lor any which any person May wish make o me. Ii tlj., business entrusted him Ltd. utter of Henry dated Montreal ust january 1809. He Undertakei and Sig ties will be ready depart Befi re his instructions can be made out. An Tiger letter marked no. 2, in which he tells Ern ment that of the United state a o. Xyil�?. mortal of la cry lord Liverpool Jenkinson dated i Mjune 1811. Quot f bet Ore and during of the administration of o o i your lordship a predecessor i bestowed much Alten i Tiomi the altars of the United states. Soon after the affair of the Chesapeake the a Vurnor general of Janada Sun tilted his majesty ministers the \ govt nor Raigo Quot the present moment Wewora Irrwang clients f the English parly in the United ble i tar interference of his majesty governmentsva/f.�, for an ethic sent resistance the general a a tires pursued by the Federal party in the which would probably terminate in a a Orilien .-itaie�, especially the Assembly of Massa separation. He sent me on a Mission Boston clip Siehs now in where the whole concerns of the opposition were Ai Oiher marked no. Ii dated i Arlington feb. 14, managed. The object of this Mission was Jiro stalls tint he remained a few Days burling Ziole and encourage the Federal party resist the ton \ Eri Sioui. I ascertain tie Progress far rain Quot i quote ral govern Menlo offer assurances of Aid and a cols Mierei fore made for organize big an Elii client sup Ort i rom his majesty government of Canada ii pos Tion .Li� general government of the unit a Quot a opem a c Between the leading de states. If Massachusetts takes any bold Slop Quot Quot in engaged m i no Silion and the governor Woodstock , s. A july 20. Thunder storm a nine persons dreadful Thunder storm passed Over this Section of country on Friday evening the 17th inst., in which there was an awful destruction of human life. Just previous its bursting upon lick 20 of the negroes belonging the Hon. Henry Middleton being crowded into a House whither they had repaired a place of Refuge were struck Down by a vivid Flash of lightning and the following the result of the stroke four of them escaped entirely two were severely shocked five were stunned and horrible relate nine were killed upon the spot. The electric fluid entered the House the door carrying part of the Side of the House and Gable and after do Merce destroyed. A Jacw Era. Reduction of answer the clamor of the whig presses about the reduction of prices which the Independent Treasury has produced even before its adoption a new York paper publishes the following statement of prices Rochester two different periods a in april 1830 with a a in feb. 1840, without a tonal Bank. National Bank. Wheat 75 cts. A Bushel. Wheat 88 cts. A Bushel. Flour $54 a barrel. Oats �31 cts. A Bushel. Corn 47 do potatoes 20 do beef $4 5 or. Cwt. Pork $5 do the first period will recollected the United states Bank was in full operation with a Branch in almost every state in the Union. The second if the whigs Are be believed was the close of a ten years War upon the Banks by Andrew Jackson and Martin Van Buren. the first period some traces of that unbounded Prosperity which the whigs assure a was the result of Adams administration still remained in the country. the last we had been ruined fifty times Over if the speeches of the opposition orators Are be believed a our manufactures had been sacrificed and our com such the effect of Federal ruin flour $4 a barrel. Cats 20 cts a Bushel. Corn ?5 do potatoes 18 do beef o or. Cwt. Pork $4 do. Talea a a a. Were l any Star older. The destruction of the pub War. resisting the Laws 1 calculate upon the Coop general and finally Renbjor the plans then in lie buildings the nominal seat of the Federal ration of Vismont. I he governor now visiting Conte lation subservient ii a views of his maj government in was conceived would indirectly the Northern towns and makes no secret of his in esty e government. This Mission lasted from the if not directly f award the views of the new eng i cations refuse obedience any command from month of january june 18u9, land nit cd sen Tri journal of May the general government. If these resolutions be which period those acts and legislative resolutions of l>i4 i carried into effect Vermont May be considered the assemblies of Massachusetts and Connecticut \ i Ted Mon Mich Quot a Savesi Vas leading men of the were passed which kept the general government the aim of the new England a Lmh a resists of Quot a i re thened by an . Of Irp taken by the leading federalists "1 or these services sir j. Craig promised me a final e defensive with i a f of the common people the situation Worth one thousand pounds Sterling a this the great act which he Quot a Bern democrats in the pro. Year null de service . Voc lies on the r Ranee and every thing lend encourage 1 hese extracts contain the substance of the Brit authority of a Quot Pokki i Wiruth ugh Quot a a f a the dissolution of the confederacy will ish missionary transactions Boston. A. Tick pkoo.ksi.,&Quot stopped Only by the treaty of v., a Hartford convention now in conclave another letter marked no. 4, dated w indoor. 10 let Sec what sort of a mouse this Mountain will bring Forth. Ghent a a c0rresp Indence Vav huh the. Public .8 a cured still in exis i party declare that a j .1, u ,. J. To c event of a. The state of Vermont will treat i 1� design thus absolutely determined upon for a separate peace with great Britain and sup which the correspondence vv. England was open port the utmost the stipulations May enter in de mature and the convention called again the general government of the United consummate m the end explains All the oven Vio j states. Unfortunately there not in Vermont any treasonable manifestations which filled the Man of commanding talents capable of attracting new Pap of that Day. Leg idea body of Brief general Confidence. The governor in industriou., extract ii from them shed Light upon the do but his abilities Are not adapted sofa a station in velour Nunt which now for the first distinctly evil made known in he English be Nedical referred . I , Jveta Hampshire 2 w feb. 1809. We Wilt recur this subject again and adduce additional proof identify ancient federalism with modern whig Gery and show their natural Affinity Vav the English int Crysti. Asperity against the people and government of the United slates. Avo. N. Dated ton blk of March 1809. Quot i have sufficient Means of information enable blinders or correspondent of the Boston Post says that an egregious error use the Blinder on horses that Ilia a strange custom derived from England where fast going out of use and almost unknown elsewhere. He adds that instead of preventing they increase shying while they add the Headstall an uncomfortable weight and interfere with the movements of the Horm. Several gentlemen in Boston have disused them on their gig harness. A mod made Happy by his vanity past All 1 doubt a Foo. Ing some other damage seemed separate into different fragments each alternate individual was killed or wounded then left the House the Back door and in its passage killed two of the people five paces from the House into which they were hastening. The nine who were killed never moved nor manifested any signs of animation but presented a Heap of mangled corpses. The five who were stunned recovered their senses Only after the expiration of an hour and the two who were Only severely shocked did not lose their recollection. Tho visible and external Marks were different according the intensity of the stroke upon each. Those who were stunned Are very Omich swollen and puffed up especially in the extremities but How shall i de go Quot be the appearance of those who were killed nine in image beings who but a few hours before stood up in Afi ii a vigor of life now Lay riven and blasted by the Dreadin j Thunderbolt. Their features and bodies bloated and Swo Sibr. To the full extent of the skin were so disfigured nearly obliterate the identity of the individual the blood in coagulant de poured from their noses and ears the Muscles usual so entirely relaxed permit the body be fixed in Amy direction. In two Only of these was there any abrasion of the skin and that slight extending merely the of the. Charleston if Arcury. Another outrage upon a democratic press. On sunday night of the 13tb iast., the office of the Fulton co. Democrat Lewiston in this state was entered by a gang of ruffians who carried off All the editor Money and All his account books and paper. They also scattered his Type out of the window and carried away such a portion of his press Render tal Uless for tho present. waa a a questionably a alerted plan Stop Hia Petee an til the election in oter a a Ca ofe oem Cral. And Federal distresses got up on political speculation. Blood blood Lago Quot Quot die ally die nobly die like Demi go Quot our readers Well remember the that the Field marshal of tho British whig party tho renowned and valiant James Watson Webb proposed raise an army often thousand men March Washington and Force the president of the United slates the Point of the Bayonet repeal the Quot specie circular Quot but which exploit was never performed. Well the Gallant colonel has now a rival in the blood letting line. One or. Fay a Genius who Quot leaches the Young idea How shoot Quot the new paltz Academy made a speech the dedication of the log Cabin in Kingston Ulster county on tuesday evening last and spoke the following language freemen of Ulster county persevere in the work you have commenced go on for Harrison and Reform and if the ballot Box does not produce Reform blood will flow the sword of freemen will be unsheathed and the tyrants will be Laid pros trate our feet i Quot shades of Nero Dyonisius and Caligula hear you this does not even the executive of America tremble when he hears this Terri Hio Thunder a a master Plata let me go out my note bleed a by. A ext Era. A paint i will consent All you desire said a Yit no female her Lover on con edition that Yoo give what you have not what you never Ean have and yet what Yott Ean give what did she ask him fori a Hoe band caution a a fashionable Back in combing oat Bis soap locks other Day a Iee overed a neat of. Young mice Pat liar Lam uttered Bari Dor inf Llis n be involved in utter darkness in a moment. He waited a Little while thinking that Donald was playing a trick upon him but the most profound obscurity still continuing he length bawled out. Tonald Man Tonald what that play be stopping the Light v Donald was too much engaged and too breathless think of making any reply Mack Imper Tinett question till the latter having waited in vain a considerable for an answer repeated in n louder cry. Donald famous laconic answer which perhaps never was nor never will be equalled has often been heard of i Oriald Man Tonald i say Phat that play be stopping the Liggitt bellowed Mack. Should the tail break you la Fin Tat said Donald. Donald continued struggle and soon began entertain Hopes of ultimate Success. When the boar pulled get in Donald held Back and when struggled get Back again Donald set his shoulder his Large buttocks and push him in and in this position he kept him until he got an Opportunity of giving h m some deadly stabs with his Skean Dhu behind the Short no which soon terminated his existence. Our two Young friends by this adventure realized a valuable prize and secured so much excellent food that took them several Days get in conveyed Home. During the Long Winter nights while the family were regaling themselves on the hams of the great wild boar often was the above tale Rel item and often applauded and laughed . A lesson for amusing incident thus related by the new Cumberland a advocate. An old gentleman Farmer who had two or three very pretty daughters was so very anxious of his charge that he would not permit them keep the company of Young men How Ever they a Ted the following expedient enjoy the company of their lovers without the knowledge of their father. After the of Man retired rest the girls would hang a Sheet out of the window which was quite a distance from the ground and the Beau would seize hold of the Sheet and with tho assistance of Bis lad love who tugged lustily the Sheat above would thus gain an Entrance but so happened that one evening the girls Hung the Smet rather too Early for the old gentle tuft by some ill wind was blown round the Comer i spying the Sheet could not conjecture th6 reining of its being there so he took hold and endear ored Pill Down the girls supposing be one of their beaux began hoist and did not discover their mistake until the heed of the old Roan was level of the window Siu a when one of them exclaimed lord a s dad p and letting go their Lka a the Sheft Souyee came the old Man on the Herd gtd id Stonee by coating Oitt of his Imbt Llesi Meh Eiliv his cd him Iliia efforts w Mike old Momi Jour a Bia Dei hers .Msiiiif not so pc Emit. N ii a Iff Quot l i thib

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