Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer in Terre-Haute, Indiana
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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - January 1, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana My the Wabash pubu9hbd every wednesday Tolu met u. By o. A. Amp j. P. haute Yaffo Coon tfx ii Diama january 1840. Her Northe Wabash end Uhler i blk ked Eil ery a to it to of office a a 4ik, be Imee we hts mid Ohio a i reef Areca a eat Capri he we. Terms.�?7m�ib dollars per Minnum. To my a limn mid i if ctn it will be received if paid a it fat on ivies from the tine of tubs cubing or to Doumert if paid in advice or Wilbia four no paper till All Arr Arafet Are paid a Leaa at the option of the proprietor. A failure to notify a at the end of the year will be considered a new Afaf Emont. Of Advertis Mehu in Thia paper will not be allowed to airwave a Ore than four co temp. Advertisements a alerted three time at one Dollar a a aare 8 Linea to be continued at the Rau of 23 eau per Square. Week. Una eat the number of inae Tiona be marked on the manuscript when handed in it will be continued till ordered out and charged accordingly. Advertisement Piibe labed by the Quarter or longer will be a barged f3 a Square $6 for air month or $10 a year. Merch amp no. Drug Giata and Othera advertising by Tho year will be charged for two Aqua ret $15,50 for three Aquara $20 for Quarter of a column of 1000 Etna. Half a column $35 three Fourt Lis of a column $50 for a column. $60 a year. authorized by Ala tute Muat be paid for in Advance. Advertisements coming from abroad must be accompanied with the Cash Una eat ordered for publication by a brother Publia Ber. 0 postage must be paid. From Ike few Efland re pm. Gulielma Sand a. The and by Atenas circumstance attending the death of to big Young lady have been a i cited a Oneo four Moat dating air he l literary writ Era for tha Kincid thou of an american novel and a they were among the remotest recollect Ioos of our childhood we anticipate an Gnu anal degree of plot Aure in in Peru al. The Aub Jeet waa judiciously investigated at the time and tue following fact Dis closed in the Winter of 1709, Ghi Uelma Sande an orphan of uncommon Perm it Aal Beauty and highly cultivated min Tivald with her aunt m mra. Ring who kept a boarding House in Greenwich Street. New York. Among the Boarder waa a Young my a by the name of Levi Weeka of engaging manner ,.ii<m-Able morale and unusual even near and Sweet need of Diazo edition. Being about the age of Gulielma an intimacy was contracted Between them which so in ripened into an attachment noticeable by tiie whole of amp my. Though their familiarity was the subject of Occam ional Sportive remark yet nothing serious was said or thought about it until one morning caul ii a visited her aunt in her bed chamber in a de Prea aed and perturbed at to of mid. Always cheerful and Happy mra. Ring wat aur prised to see her Niece dispirited and i streamed. To her inquiries As to the cause of the Sodden change in her appear Ance and feeling Ahe for a time declined giving direct and Aati factory an Wert but at last bursting into Teara said that Ewaa to be married to or. Weeks and begged that it might be kept a profound secret from the family. Though she had uni it Aoma a herself to her aunt to far As to make her acquainted with the fact of her intended marriage yet it did not Calm the agitation of her mind. Mra. Ring endeavoured to console her by telling her that marriage under Ordinary Circuns Soncea. Waa cause tor rejoicing rather than mourning and tried to draw trom her a disc usage of the Peculiar circus ounces attending her expected Union which rendered her unhappy. She told her that Levi waa an amiable and excellent Yoong Man and that be prop ecu in life were Unco Moonly promising. But she could not a Ocoee either in raising her Spirita or extorting from her the cause of her Diat Reaa. She persisted in refusing the make further explanations and endear Miod to appear As cheerful As possible. Nothing in her appearance or conduct during the Day attracted the notice of the family with the exception that Abe borrowed a Muff from a female Friend in the without telling or being asked the purpose for which she wanted it. About seven Ock it comm. Ring heard the the footsteps of two persons past Down the suits through the Hall and out of the front door which waa closed. Curiosity More than suspicion of any thing wrong or improper induced her to open the door to see who they were and which Way they were going. On opening the door Abe Law a Man and a woman apparently in Baste making their Way towards a Aleigh which stood at a Little Deaunee from the House Bat on account of the darkness of the night aha Dooald not i Denudy them. While Ahe waa standing in the door they stepped into the Aleigh and in a homed manner Rotre off to a Northern direction. Those circa Atances brought to her recollection the Coover Iarion Ahe had in the morning with her Niece and Ahe concluded the Pera of who had left the Bouse and who she saw going towards the Aleigh most be Levi and Gulielma and their object in ending out on a Storay night was to obtain a secret of their marriage. Thia conclusion was con-6mied by searching the Hoese and finding that both were absent. Thoi in Kielme had the fact of her intended marriage to her aunt in a strictly confidential Mower yet like Many other Good women of the Prast Day. Aha doubted her a Hitty to keep a net ret without a Afaunce. Accordingly Ahe made her whole family acro Aenied with the secret entrusted to her keeping and her re Aoee for soap eating that Timy were thee absent tor the per pee of being clan Demia oly married. The Novelty of Haiti a wed diff a Morf them and the Romance attending it in deed the whole family to set a to receive the hide and Fiorei on their re torn. Between eleven and twelve o clock they heard the front door open Ead a person Cone into the Hall directly he came into us sizing room where the whole family were eee Ted around a cheerful fire. It was Levi a but he was Elope. To the Aimuel Tadaous inquiry of All. A where a the Bride Quot be replied by asking what they own at by the Bride 1 a a Why Gulielma Quot answered All. To Thia inquiry Thna explained be aah weird Ahe May be in heaven for any thing that i Thia a Inglar answer awakened the anxiety of mfrs. the Hia follow bord Era. In answer to Hor Ammie Aeri Oes and Earnest in a Arriea he said he had not Baba out with Gulielma or area her darn thai evening. Tim next Armi of in. Eing Kiwad her Niece was Nuh a baath and Aada tha ease known the the Leigh be Rheon. A the Navagh Sayareh waa Amde but it was to Van a Aothia waa Faud. For Tea Days to tree of of bar Roaald be Diao Overvad. M length a my for waa Caad fkr Piaf Oatha car food i the maa Hattara Wau a it waa Thea Callad which of Esmaei Ratiee Vea Foaad the a the aah a aha Bor read a a pm of it i Fala okie Diappa Araneta. Tia of Haarsa lad to a Haareh of tha Well and har body waa Foaad with Warka of Viola Aea Apo a a. A Pezoa who a a orning Afker though 40 years have elapsed inca Thia singular if air took place yet nothing Baa since a Napire to diaper the Cloud of doubt and Unolar Teninty which waa then thrown Over it and the probability now la it will remain to be made known at the great Day of retribution. Should this be the Case it will either disprove the truth of the Maxim that a murder will come out Quot or establish the fact that Gulielma Samoa committed suicide. Beae incidents with Many others which might be mentioned Are Well chosen for the Baa a of a novel. And. Clothed in the language of an admirable writer cannot fail of making an interesting work. A Leaf from a Reefer s Loo. It waa my mid watch and after having relieved the master s mate of the forecastle i looked round at the cold dark any then at the doubled reefed Topsail and Clumsy looking Jib Boom. Ending with the rigging bang org Down from it like the bark from a a canned fir tree and then in a tone that to my ear indicated any thing Bat Comfort exclaimed snug Quot a were housed booms rigged in and flying kites stowed away on deck and every thing waa prepared for a Creamer. I wrapped my pea jacket around me and was reflecting upon the Comfort of those poor devils in jail who can turn in at night without the fear of being called at twelve to relieve Home shivering meat mate on the f Trecastle when a Little Reefer told me the ofter of the deck wanted me. I walked al expert tag to be sent aloft to look out because to the discipline of 1816, to which the skip it or was always refer eng a a to the Golden age of naval us tit it waa considered necessary to have a middy on the look out whenever it waa to dark that you could not Aee Tho Topsail Yard Arm from the Croas Trees. When i reached the second Quarter deck the officer held out to Nie a qua Tuia auf licit of regular stuff six rums to a water fit to float a Marlina be. I waa in Hoim Days a Young recruit to be Aure but rather Uto old a Aldier to Stop my own grog so i deposited my Chew of tobacco on the capstan we were abort on for the article and took Down the allowance with at Little difficulty at a Dolphin would a flying fish. Now. Tii inks i for the for top Mast Cross Trees and a four hour s spec but no such thing. The fellow began to pin a yarn As Long As the for top bowline with the Jib Down haul Bent on to it about a cruise in the English Channel with Blakely. Junit As he waa about to Ball off the Lookout on the forecastle a Wiig out Quot sail to Quot and a very modest letter. A people complain now a Daya i the extravagance of women we give Cham a a a Aciman of a hat women have done the following letter writ Taa by a lady of Quality to her husband two Hundred Yeara ago. The lady was daughter of sir Lohn Spencer mayor of London. He died in 1616, Leav ing her ��00,000. When we. Lord Compton married her with and for her Money he received after marriage the following letter of Swarr i have secured my mind to you for the settling of your estate i Aupp oae that i filled away and made for the night Heads like a a rigger. Quot what is she. Sir v came from the truth pet. A Square rigged Craft edging Down for us. Sir Quot was my reply. After a moment i Sung out As she came out of the Haze Quot she is braced Sharp up. Sir and 1 guest the Man at the Helm it trying How Long he can keep her on a wind with hit eyes Quot Brig ahoy 1"�?no answer. Quot hard up with your Helm. Quot hard up it is sir Quot re Spond it in the Quarter master. It was too late. The Brig had fallen off nearly Bergt re the wind and in a second struck us with such Force that to archly a Man on our deck could keep Bia feet away went both Herto pinatas and a Man we afterwards Learnt it was the Captain who had just got into the fore rigging with a deck lantern in his hand was crushed by the falling Apar and in to Ina Tanc waa dashing rapidly by us upon the angry Waves. The Brig thumped once or twice More against our solid Side and then dropped astern. All hands were on deck in an instant the ship waa Hove to. And the Boata cleared away but no it thing could be done until the Aea went Down. We waited and j watched until Daylight and then Law the Brig about half a mile to Windward. A boat was instantly manned but at the moment we were about to shove off their boat dropped astern and the Brig after giving one or two preliminary Rolls and pitches made a great Effort and went Down head Foremost to add another item to the unemployed capital of the deep. We took the Crew on Board and As one of our irishmen said Quot none were lost save the my conjecture was corrects the Man at the Helm had taken a Tarn with the Tiller re ipes one Eye got shut and the other did not stay open. Thua waa lost a Fine Brig and the life of a fellow being. Tallahassee sur records one More Freak of the red men. On the night of the eleventh instant they attacked the House of a or. Joinson in Jefferson county and killed three of Bis negroes. The master happened to be absent from Home at the time. There seems to be a number of Indian in Small parties lurking in West Florida. As Faataa they Are driven across the Suwannee they troop Back again. Apprehensions Are exp reared by the inhabitants at various Points who know not How suddenly a Savage foe May pounce upon them. From the Aamy paper be learn that general Taylor Bat been retained in the command of the army of Florida. All the rumours therefore about the appointment of general Macomb and Scott Are Idle and unfounded. The arrival of general Taylor wis daily expected in Middle Florida with a Large Force in addition to that already employed. He Deatna to take the Field in person and scout through the whole country to the Suwannee. It it thought that the Aav Aget will be found in that Section to be More numerous than waa great difficulty it in keeping them beyond the Suwannee when once driven there. The plan promo and is to skirt the Suwannee with military posts so As to prevent the Indiana from re crossing. To do this the regular army is inadequate in numbers. A considerable addition Roost therefore be made to the present Force. It is earnestly to be hoped that the coming Campaign in Florida May be attended with happier result than the preceding attempt to rid the coun try of the ferocious . O. But in. It were Best for me to Bethink or consider with myself what allowance Waal mob test for me for considering what care 1 have had of your estate and How respect Hilly i dealt with those which both by the Laws of god of nature and of civil polity wit religion government and honesty Yon my dear Are bound to i Pray and boat eco you to Grant me �1600 per annul quarterly to be paid Ciao i would besides that allowance for my apparel have �600 added yearly quarterly to be paid for the performance of charitable work and those things i would not neither will be accountable for. Alao i will have three horse for my own Saddia that none shall dare lend or borrow none lend but 1, none borrow but you also i would have two gentlemen lest one Aho Ald be sick or have some other let. Also 1 believe that it is an indecent thing for a gentleman to stand jumping alone when Gnu hath blessed their lord and lady with food estate. Also when i ride a Hunting or Hawaii or travel from one House to another i will have them at tending to for either of these said women j a oat and will have for either of them a Horae. Also i will have six or eight gentlemen and i will have my two Ezachea the one lined with velvet to myself with Lour very fair Horae and a each for my women lined with swe cloth and laced with Gold the other with Scarlet and laced with watched lace and Silver and four Good horses. Also i will have two Coachmen one for my town coach the other for my women. Also at any tune when i travel i will be allowed not Only coaches and spare horse for me and my women but i will have such Carriage As shall be fitting for All orderly purposes not pestering my things with Iny women s nor theirs with chamber maids nor theirs with Washin aids also for Landress when i travel i will have them sent away before with the carriages to see All Rafe and the chambermaid i will have go before with the greens that the Chambers May be i Ady sweat and clean. Also for that it is indecent to Crow myself up with my gentleman usher in my coach i will have him to have a convenient horse to attend me either in City or in country. And i must have two footmen. And my desires is that you defray All the charges for Nie. And for myself besides my yearly allowance i will have Twenty gown of apparel at of them excellent Good ones eight of them for the country and Ociz of them very excellent Good ones. Also i would have put in my pure �20i00 and �500, and so for Yogi to pay my debts. Also i will have �6000 to pay my jewels and �4000 to buy me a Peral Chain. Now seeing i am so reasonable unto you i Pray you to find my children apparel and their schooling and also my servants men and women their wares. .\l80, f will have my House furnished and All my lodging Chambers to be suited with All such furniture a is fit As Beds stools chairs a suitable cushions carpets Silver a arming Pana cupboard of plate fair banging and such like so for my drawing Chambers in All houses i will have then delicately furnished both with banging Couch canopy Glass carpet chair cushions and All things thereunto belonging. Also my desire is that you will pay Eul Piaf Debu build Ashby House and Purchase lands and lend no Money As you love god to the lord Chamberlain Thomas Howard Earl of Suffolk which would have ally perhaps your life from his ton my lord Walden what entertainment he gave me when we were at the tilt Yard. If you were dead he said he would be a husband a Athert a a either and he said be would marry me. I pro test i Grieve to see the poor Man have so Little wit and honesty a to use Hia Friend to Rilely. Alao he fed me with untruths concerning the charter House but that la the least he wis me much harm you know him. God keep you and me from Auci As him. So now As i have declared to you what i would have and what would not have Pray that when you be an Earl so allow me �1000 More an i nov desire and double attendance your Loving wife Eliza comptom. Eliza it must be confessed went in for the Moat extensive provisions for her individual self and with the editor of the n. Y. Dispatch from which the above it taken we think her example Haa not entirely been lost. For Tif Wahalak emf Mirer the cot where my children dwelt. As 1 approached the Mystic cot where once my children dwelt i pm Laed to View the lonely spot. How bad and Chang d i Folt i heard no Happy greeting voice to bid me come am help re Ica a Soond to me to dear the Patha were there their Foet had made. The Green Grasa plat was fresh with Dew. There were tha Trees Neath whoa Geol Shade a Little Flower Garden grew. The Flowers yet Bloomd and look d to Gay. They did a much As seem to say my children still Are Here. And there the Spring whose Cooling draught i be often air d when they were near. And joined with childhood s merry laugh but Dow my laugh is hot a tear for they Are gone and can it be their forms again i Neer Ahall Seel Hope Quick replies of no i saw them go and i was left alone to Muse on masons Paat. Of jays and Happ Kaaea bereft 1, sighing Monnar d naught can last. Even sorrow soon most leave More room for Joy. Why should 1 Grieve 1 time has proclaimed it to. Rachel. Clova. 0� Weeka 4ami�far Aad Mer he a a or Rielei sad a dictate of few liar hat Taefi Telly Tow Jary. Datum Road of cd tha Imiah Avi Giraffi a Tiju Jurj e�6tiery has Haea Iward of i mama. Quot several very Strong shocks of an earthquake were Felt at san Salvador on the 5th oct. Many of the in Abitang had left the place and the government waa about to remove to Coj Tepeque. A letter describing the convulsion Days the houses Are nearly a roofed and the Walla Are so tottering that we All sleep in the court Yard or the great Square under hide coverings which is pleasant enough in the Rainy season and sit in the Day time in Tim corridors ready for a Start into the Yard As it will not Ltd it to wait a moment when the Shock Cornea. I May mention to give you an idea of the Force of these convulsions that two Porter bottles full placed upright on the Stone floor were upset. As we have no Masoura Here of course what is left of furniture 4cc unbroken is subject to the Rains which alter through the roof so the tha rooms Ara no Protection to paper or Bobks. Judo Hopkinson in an essay which has been published in the merchant s Magazine has Given a very striking picture of the course of business pursued by Many men and which has been in a great measure the cause of the present in Trade. Nothing can be More True and under tha influence Osuch a course old fashioned mercantile Honor is disappearing to an extent far too great for the credit of the calling and the interests Aad Preau purity of the country Quot the ambition Todo Grecu Butine a is Universal and devouring. The Dia position to contract debts becomes eager and reckless the obligation to pay them is but faintly Felt and the failure to do so hardly prod Cua a sensation of shame in the defaulter or of any resentment or neglect towards him on the part of his friends and the Public. Our commercial Community seems to make a common cause with every delinquent trader and to treat the most daring and desperate speculators with the Lenity due to Accident and Mia Fortuna. A boil More Pott. Umber Otbo whip invited Yaste Day by or. A Seid ing of the Moazam to look at the Progano of the Large rattle a aka which a Ita a Iracane has Flea attract and tha Aotoa of it Tai Here. Gava Hirth a few a Aya Acoy to four Jozaf ones Livoi Utla exam Tara aah Choat six or eight a aha off a thaoue Bahaa Hama lathe Mua Aam about two Tawitha Bra a aaaia4lmn Asa Moazam Anat two Awatha Bra a Muf Ken Asa aver Laroa Aikaa tha birth of har of Aifa i my jag Kaury har Tua Aaan darting car Salt Faa it wimm any eat Aela aia w Cage. We ii Liiv Reafan a bar. Pm it be Croft dior ear Traa. Fio Blitt or a Irish greyhound owned by col. Harney and which a brought from Mia Souri had formed a very Troug Atta conent to Vul Dallam tha owner of the trading Stahli Armant at Colo Osatchie. On the maa acre of the men at that the Poat but Little Hopes were entertained by the aur visors but that tha dog bad been Aithar killed or captured by the indians. Fourt aaa Daya after tha occurrence an the arrival of Troope to give a Pultar to these victims of Indian Faitele Sanaa this faithful and attached animal was found by Ialy Able to stand emitting a feeble howl Over the Remaina of Hia Friend Dallam. The Correaa around Ware Anu dad by Tures but Dallam a uninjured. Thia Noble to it of Fidel Ltd waa duly appreciated by tha troops Aad comm. The trusty. Guam Ian of 4. Mfriaa4, a a a Ai Carely and do Vot Adly Pha Ruhr a Bia Norfi Amaat Tampa Bay Kaaa brio goypi4ia�t of m to pm a a Swiss Lii to to great a Hava Hama Koki tha ear Gina of Wirf Ctruk Sei Hia the Seraglio. The Seraglio of an Eastern Prince is at once the Penet Ralia of the political and social Sanctuary whence emanate All the cabals and conspiracies so Rifo in the cabinets of moslem potentates it a therefore be As Well to give a Brief description of this part of a mahome dam Sovereign s Domestic establishment. In the Seraglio Are educated the Mogul princes and the principal youth among the Nobles destined for posts of responsibility in the Empire. It is generally separated from the Palace but so nearly Conti Ous As to be of ready Access. None Are admitted within the apartments except the emperor and those immediately attached to its several offices the duties of which Are performed by women. It is generally enclosed by lofty Walls and Turrou tided by spacious gardens Laid out with All the splendor of Eastern magnificence where every luxury is obtained which the appetite May demand or Money can procure. The inmates who form the matrimonial confederacy of the Mogul potentate Are among the Moat Beautiful girls which the Empire can Are ought embroidery music and dancing by certain old women tired to instruct them in every Blandis intent that May captivate the sense and stimulate the passions. The Lovely Cap Nivea Are never permitted to appear abroad except when the emperor travels and they Are conveyed by litters closed by curtains or in boats with Small Cabins admitting the Light and air Only through narrow venetian blinds. The apartments of the Sera glib Are very splendid always however of course in proportion to the wealth of the Prince and the favorite object of his affections exhibits the dignity and enjoys the privileges of a Queen though of a in Captivity. While her Beauty lasts she is frequently regarded with a feeling almost amount ing to idolatry but when that Beauty passes away the warmth of love subsides she no longer charms her voice ceases to impart Delight her faded Cheeks and Shar it ened Tonea become disagreeable memorials of the past. Neither her song nor her Luta Are now heard with pleasure for to the Beautiful imagery of the persian poet Quot when the roses Wither and the Flower lose its sweetness you have no longer the tale of the Nightingale the favorite however while she continues her Ascendancy Over the heart of her lord is treated with Sovereign respect throughout the amok a her Golden tubed Hooks the mouthpiece studded with gems and enjoys the fresh morning Breeze under a Verandah that Over looks the gardens of the Palace attended by her damsels Only second to herself in attractions of person and splendor of attire. Quot her smiling countenance res pendent Shinea with youth and loveliness her lips disclose Teeth White As Jasamine blossoms Silky curls luxuriant Abade her Cheeks and every limb of slightest texture moves with natural Grace. Like moonbeams gliding through the yielding Here aha re Elinea in omit ious repose upon a Rich ambre dered carpet from the Moat celebrated looms of Persia. Through an atmosphere of the richest incense she breaths the choicest perfumes of Ara Bia the Happy and Haa every thing around her that can administer to sensual Delight still she is goner ally an unhappy being. She dwells in the midst of splendid misery and ung ratifying profusion while All within herself is desolation and hopelessness. Are either warped or stifled her heart is blighted and her mind degraded. She cannot join in Tho enthusiasm of the inimitable a fix the i Reath of the Western Gale will soon shed Musk Droit pm he old world will again be Young but languishes As Tho seasons return in tha most debating Captivity and feb that the Neatem a Breathea upon her neither the Freab Nesa of Freedom or of boy. A description of the harem of the celebrated Mogul emperor Akbar by the no less celebrated Abul Fagael Moback Bis minister will be i Trust not unwelcome to the Reader. The harem is an enclosure of such an immense extent As to contain a separate room for every one of the women whole number exceeds five thou and. They Are divided into companies and a proper employment a assigned to each Over each of theae companies a woman is appointed Darogha and one is selected for the command of the whole in order that the affairs of the Hariu May be conducted with the aame regularity and go it government As the other department of the Tau. Every one ree Ivaa a Gajary equal to her Merit. The pea a Faaoi Kaaawa the fall a Taat of the emperor s Larga Asas hot there Ahall he Given Soma account of tha a Anthly Stipand of aah. The ladies of tha first Quality Ray Ive from one Thoo and six Hundred and ten Rupena a to Oak Thouas and and Twenty eight Rupena. Some of tha principal a Eai us i that Mim of Pam my ii a Lite life a. Ai Sava a Vith tar a Quot win m in rom mme at t Dmn or Miffin Ficaia i a most from the Galea the election of pros Ioset. Thara have Hama Iaea tha Rifaa Satto of oar i Overaa eat shiite a prepaid Botial exact Iowa. Tow following a a stat meat of the Numar of Votra received by aah �aa4idau for Prasai Zaat and View prepaid eat at aah to of Eaid Alac Tipoai. F a pm stat Anat a compiled from Good Aad Correct author ii fire ,1786�?no.oreleetoi�,6ft. Free cafe Washington received 68 Vela Joha Adama 16 and John Jay 9. Washington was elected Praia Dent and John Adams vice president. Second must com 1792.no. Of electors 135. George Washington received 132 vote Joha Adams 77 i and Geo. Clinton 90. Waa Hington and and. Ama were both re elected third Buchan 1796.�?no. Of Electora 138. Joha Adalais received 71 Votee Thomaa a Raon q9 Thomas Pinkney 69 and Aaron Burr 90. A Dama a be elected president and be amp Raon Vica Peai Dent. Fourth auction 1800.-o. Of electors 198. Thomaa Jefferson and Aaron Burr received each 73 votes John Adama 65 Aad Char a c. Pink nay 64. A there was no Choice of Prem ant in the College of Ector the al action devolve on the House of to Presentati Vea am idler balloting thirty six Tim a Jefferaon waa Eleele by a majority of one state. Burr was elected vice president. Fifth auction i8o�o.-.n0. Of electors 176. The present plan of voting separately for president and vice president was now adopted. Thomaa Jefferson received 162 votes for president and Chari a c. Pinckney u George Clinton 16-j votes for vice president and Rufua King 14. Jef Firson and Clinton were elected. Sixth election 1708.->no of electors 176. James Madison received 133 vote for president Aad Charlea c. Pinckney 47 Geo. Clinton received 113 votes for vice president and Rufus King 47. Mad Ison and Clinton were elected. 5e�er4a election 1812.�?no. Of Electora 217. James Madison received 138 vote for president and and de Witt Clinton 89, Eldidge Gerry received 131 votes for vice president and Ingersol 85. Madison and Gerry were elected. Eighth elect ii 1816.�?no. Of electors 217,Jamea Monroe received 183 vote for president and a full King 34 Daniel d. Tompkins received 183 vote for Vica pne aident Aad John e. Howard 83 Monroe and Tompkins were elected. Jul a election 1820. A no. Of electors 332. James Monroe received 333 votes for president and Daniel d. Tompkins 218 for vice president. Tenth election 1824�?no. Of electors 261. Andrew Jackson received 99 votes for president John <4uincy Adams 84 we. H. Crawford 41 and Henry Clay 37. As neither candidate had a minority the election was carried into the House of representatives where John Quincy Adams hav hug the votes of 13 states out of 23, waa elected president. John c. Calhoun received 182 electoral vote for vice president n. Sanford 30 and Nathaniel Macon 24.�?calhoun was elected vice president. Euve nth election 1828.�?no. Of electors 261. Andrew Jackson received 178 votes for president and John Quincy Adams 85. John c. Calhoun received 171 votes for vice president and Richard Rush 83. Jackson and Calhoun were elected. Twelfth election no. Of electors 288. Andrew Jackson received 219 votes for president Henry Clay 49 John Floyd 11 and William Wirt 7. Martin Van Buren received 49 we. Wilklis 30 Henry Lee 11 Amoa Ellmaker 7. Jackson and Van Buren were elected. Thirteen us election 1836.�?no. Of Electora 295. Including them a Martin Tat Barell received 170 votes for president we. H. Harrison Quot cd a a a a a Toa m Are a Les miss extra Ordinas fat Jooa Diazo of a a Are s am to Efhan Happy of Lata Kaaba at Hama am a w of iter of the Batlas ,>itn�3tod, m Wila a a a Clara a Oreg his. Tomt Iowa Mikva to Tarawa not Aat Laett Ieada a a it of heart a tha Atto to in pm a been Ana inflated yearn ago Quot tha last Nival or of that Boumil Coquina following pro Road Parvati Oak Quot a meat freely Chi foam that the Perak cat to election Caa unexpectedly upon a a icon a a to comm a. Had not the Aliff heat asap icon that the Lacopa foam Tura out a it has alone. Now. However ? in him and Kwh aug Back Omo what has Traza Airai Ilii Alt. After a is Nei so very aur Prist Toca la tent Quito which before we overtaxed my tint they have produced their effects Are easy enough to be Seea it to impossible not to Admire the Ingen Aow Aad Rafa tile simplicity of the above Oon Foxton. To Man did not see the Aqua a comic and Momat a know for certain that there to at he a Mayo. But now that tto to fall Kaa Uma a ired it a thaa made the wonderful Dise ova that there a a Vaab. And the could t help by ing a squad a the squad was brewing he could n t imagine the ing possible but now it a Over and looking Hack he a Deraunda the operations of political mete Oreb by and sees it All As Clear As Rood. The Asto Oali Posilee into which the Ca Strophe has thrown Huiai. Irresistibly brings known lines a to our mind the following Well 73 Huff l. White 36 Daniel Webster 14 and Willie p. Mangun 11. Richard m. Johnson received 146 vote for vice president Ffancibgran-ger77i John Tyler 47 and William Smith 33. As neither of the candidates for Vica i aident received a majority of electoral votes and a Richard a Johnson and Francis Granger received More votes4han any other two the Senate proceeded to elect one of these candidates for vice in the Senate Richard m. Johnson received b3 votes and Francia Granger 16. Van Buren and a Cronnon were elected. Servants of tha or Agaaoa have from it Ftp Ona Dowa to Twenty Nape a and others Are paid from two Rupena up to fort. At tha grand Gate a stat Soaad a Muarra to to Jia account of tha. Rabat Pat Aai a Pend Itara of the harem in ready won a aa4 in any of Thia Mui Tokuda of web Mai want Una thing they apply to tha Tiva Aucar of the Haramy who to cordial to their monthly mmaa4 a ads a memorandum thereof to the a Shreff of the grand treat ural Laho Amida it to the King a Palaca in Meta tha Afy. The i Aida of tha Farad he by to bin Aai tha Gata of than al i tart Orienta aia Flaada tha a mat eaa�4aaiia, Lew us a or in the o�>ai4a of the of a Taw Shilha Mwai in Harar Aad at a proper a atm of if a pm at Hayi whom a a Thap Traia ital. Bis bus a film m my a Nice of the greatest obstacles to the accomplishment of the great Neatem railway Quot in England is a Hill 400 to in height called Box Hill. As this Hill was in the direct route of the Railroad and could not be avoided it Waada ter inned that a Tunnel one mile Anu Turee quarters in length forty Foet High and thirty feet wide should be made through the Hill. The extraordinary attempt of bearing to i rough this immense mass consists of immense Beds of Freestone was commenced in the summer of 1836�?and will it a expected be completed in 1841 the difficulties of which the contractors have had to encounter by the influx of water has been very great and at Timea Haa caused the work to be snapped. One circumstance in connection with this Tunnel illustrates the great perfection to which mesh Arica science Haa attained in the present age. In constructing the work Shafta were sunk at stated intervals and Between shafts nos. 7 and 8�?� distance of 1520 feet the contractor commenced their operations at each end working towards the Centre and theft the two cuttings closely approximated much anxiety was Felt lest a Strait line should not have been kept and the Union of the two portions of the work should not have been True. But on breaking through the last intervening portion of Rock the accuracy of the heading waa proved and to the Joy of the workmen who took a Lively interest in the result and to the Triumph of maari. Brewer do Lewia the contractors it was found that the Junction was perfect to a hair at to the level the two Roofo forming ing an unvarying line a tile at Toto sides the it Moti Dewitt Lamfrom e an inc Kinda Quarter Thia Reault in a Cut inf of upward of 1500 Foet a length Hegaas at oppo Aita Aada Aad Wor Tad towards a Eom akm eat Fra a perhaps a a ample in the Annala of Tont Tetia. Gilea Jolt As so keeping in his cart he Lay some Waff Gish pilfer ers stole his team away. At length Gilea wakes with a a what a Diekma a what Quot in i Giles Jolt v quoth he Quot or am i not a a if Gileel i be lost my oxen to my Amart a a if not Why then i swear i be found a cart to Quot the lackadaisical air with Whiet be Gilea Brit of the Atlas Diadema the Loas of his oxen my amuse every to. He Doea not appear to have Rah bed if is sufi gently yet to discover whether he Haa found a cart to compensate for the Lesa of those aame horned beasts that have turned Tail Aad left him in the lurch. While we laugh however we cannot help pitying. He went to sleep imagining himself a a whole team Quot and awakened in an awful Pursle. Which Alast result in convincing him that he is nothing More that Plain Gilea Jolt and Hia oxen am new it and Long Tail. Fro the taboo City Whir. Choctaw. In an old number of the Manchester Herald Quot a paper published in this place so me Yeara ago we and following letter in Chocun addressed of Henry Vose since dead whose researches into the Man nera and language of the choctaws Are so Well known. The letter is a criticism on the use of the word pot Ioia Cotton which it seems or. Vose Liah written in a communication by him the a paper published in a town Quot a far off National fun Tell Gencer a misprint no doubt As the writer was too Well versed in Chocun to have made a Njo a Hiya take in his communication. A Friend gives it Aasu lation which is a parted below Iwaya Mattena Tau Kutzki Housnie of Tufa it Hinnock Hushi to Shabba Nosi Ouatu Caio. F Nangolo Moo Hanav a Osby 0.�y�?gbiahno cab Taw num Pilli a of much dbl Tomato chit co Borocki Fona Nahola to amp so ick aha Mingo Amon Kendall sub boy Shonley Minta am Rha. Hold so Hioba num Pulli co Kama al to. Coppeta nuck Ltd Tock Aio Eno Choctaw Piasa a a of Cotton Quot Achie ? al la to Tus Semba Chishti t Elk Itok a Hadaso Mooma Hioba Schomay. A a Cotton Ponola Quot Choctaw Uola. Chis no no Sikiri Aklilu Niah Keho Hosho Nety Inta Eno Tush a Iowa Nosi Hun Nolli Boaten Sha a Lohf Tilv Ichha. Boba8hela, oily Akay. Oakla adn Noll Siik a of r. Lit Baat. Lttie town on the to aerie a a 5th Moon and 12th Sleeper. June 12th, 18�? i boo Whit mar he met toe a sir i think you most speak the Choctaw not very Well. In a big town a far off a Whiteman Mikea a a pare which great Man Attoa Kendall s hone hate Heie team. The paper is incorrect and ape a bad a Guage. For Twenty Winters i have known the Chocta i and did they Ever Call Cotton put Ekpo 1&Quot Aston Rahing too a to very silly tour whole paper is wrong the choctaws Call Cotton Ponola your vision is darkened and Yoor Bead Comly but i am in haste and in six sleep most he in Ivan Orleans. Farewell my White brother and Friend i m off. A citizen avs Aoa Moar Autt or population of the we East a imm Haea variola by estimated Between eight Hundred and a Tooa Umi Auk Liona of Alula. If we fix upon a Qatar mediate aum Berk aay m6gp80,000 Ai Pasiga slutty Riata for the Eon Pinnance iof each Tai Serati it my a Ahall and to the a a Ildren often come w the world Aad food of it at the following average every moment Minuta Hoar Day,3iheaff. Tear $69 Day. 1 up 8,600 1,100 9vi>�t4ukn7a Camus Tioy or to manali boat tha n. T. Ganatta say that a we it a Aii jweeaaree�4�at in Hiat i Atiyat Iha Date weiwei in the in a Iivo Eliie Afif Imp. By pm Tami Lut a Haiti m pm a Aam a Plaia mid a to a Muat in a a amp Ife a is Ritli Rumm of the six towns. Talla Hatchie is the original Choctaw name of the taboo River and i could Nett team How it come to be known that taboo Quot Gheant the River of death a i Ltd Quot Meana death or to die and Quot into Taha Quot dead in Chocun. Baits a nation la Wood a Mafa line state that the tory gov ment in the Smice of fifteen years after the Battle of Waterloo had paid off eighty millions sterlings of the debt during it from 865 in Illions to Mii Lioata. And that the whig government has Lecreta the Dahl a Milli Pii a year during the right Sfara of Ita add minister a Tion. The writer prop Beenea the Chaj a the Post office Law will produce a fut the deficit of one million a year to Liat hereafter the yearly increase of debt will be two million Sterling. It is stated that if the taxes had been kept up to the atan4ard of 1816, there Woald now have Haen paid off 400 Miu Iuna of the debt Kjear or one Kallif by a autistic in the aame article we Par Olive that the po9�lation of great Britain Ireland has incr Aazaad in 24 years fron .10 to it a ill Iona. There in Nom Hviid in the Good town of Middlewick a old lady Oahe name of Fairhurst wheat Clairie the the la neat foam la a a Laad Amain we should the Lac he a Diamme. She Oagat hia4i�fi, iatt�t�rl2�mmma, Liriand a Bild Fea i i Nam ma4chudbaa m 1 great Greet or Aelix Ltd Silti Ito Fairhu Isi Keepe a prov Aiea i la to attend upon her Chato arabs. She by a should to tank restart it a if Ope that har Zulaa Kaaea Haenie . Ter Chart a a. tha aah _ ii Moira Aad Tom Lam Zelef Ita Hulam aai�iba4.�oh�l�hoet.dayia�k Ikia Aki Riaf with a form Erath. La com mime of Uria a Arti Eliw lha Iasi it aah Hawpe we a it. To. 1 _ a a Zimm. The Watt Paal Irmiss Miaw i Quot a a a i f a a Quot mkt a Quot it. My Mitilia to Rtiz Jeff if

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