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Terre Haute Wabash Enquirer (Newspaper) - January 8, 1840, Terre Haute, Indiana
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Advertisements coming from abroad must be acc it it Tny it anted with the Cash unless ordered for publication by a Bro tier publisher. Of postage must be paid. / rom the 2d series of random recollection of Ike lord and Pmj Gable scene in the House of Cox Lions. In my first series of this wok i Gare an amusing anti flote respecting or. Martin. A better still re trains to be told. My Only egret is that no words can convey any idea of uie thing itself. He had teen speaking of the bad Teeling frequently ending in duels which was often engendered in the minds of honorable member in consequence of a in Iscon cent Iota not merely of what was meant but often of what was said by other gentlemen. Quot and or. 8paker,&Quot said or. Martin with that Rich Irish Brogue which he retained till the last in As great perfection As if he bad never heard an englishman open his Mouth Quot and or. Spaker with your permission. I will give yourself and the House a Case in Point. That Case or. 8paker occurred to Rae self. You know sir and the House knows that i was opposed at the last election for Galway by Dinnis u-8weeny. Now or. Speaker i said something on the hustings about Dinnis and by Faith Dinnis said something about me. Loud laughter Well or. Spaker. I Bate Dinnis As the fact of my having the Honor of addressing you sir and the honorable Gin Yemen me Proveau at the poll and was a a a a sure enough declared duly elected for Galway. Well sir after the election was Over we met in a hotel and Dinnis comes up to me and says he Dick Martin roars of laughter you was after saying something in your speech on the hustings about me which was inconsistent with Ibe character of a Giu . R i l Quot Fath and it s yourself boy is quite name of Joseph mistaken in the Quot i m no such thing Quot says he. Indeed Dinnis you Are though Yoa was never More mistaken in All your blessed life Quot sail i. Quot Don t you think to Humbug me out of my belief by any of your nonsense Dicini Quot renewed laughter in which the speaker c4>uid out refrain from joining then what was it i did say 1 said i. Quot you know that As Well As i do Quot said he. Quot be i Don to Quot said Martin in his own unspeakable ludicrous manner. Quot order order. Or. Martin Quot shouted the speaker As the other thundered out an oath amidst roars of laughter from All parts of the House. Quot 1 bog your Pardon or. Spaker and the Pardon of this honorable Houte if i said any thing Quot by you do though Dick Quot said Dinnis. Quot order order or. Martin order order again Sung out the s it Eaker his voice being almost drowned amid Fet the or als of laughter which resounded throw Eliout the House., _ _ _ Quot or. Spaker Quot said or. Martin with great Sim i fluently was Well versed in general history said he Plecity mingled with a wonderful shrewdness of in in i had been personally acquainted wit i All the apostles Ner or. Spaker it was not me Seif that gave that had been intimate with m ibo met s father and was oath it was Dinnis o Sweeny Quot i present when Nero aet Rome on London be again was the House convulsed with laughter and acted As a Public mount Bank and professed to cure to such an extent were the risible faculties of thed senses by the touch. He left England suddenly speaker affected that he was obliged to his i a Quot a secretly but was said to have appeared sub the masters in chancery do to your Honor s table. And so saying or. Martin resumed his seat amid deafening roars of laughter which lasted Lor two or three minutes. The allusion to the masters in chancery was exceedingly felicitous Lor when they have delivered any message from the lords to the co Nonn Ihen retire from tie table walking backwards and making a Low Bow to the speaker every third or fourth step they take. The Wam Dubino from the american monthly Magazine the wandering jew is a fictitious personage who figures in certain legendary tales founded on an occurrence which is traditionally said to have happened at Jerusalem at the time of Christ s crucifixion. According to the More current account the Savior when fatigued by the Burden of the Cross on his Way to Calvary stopped to rest himself by reclining against Ibe House of a jew named Ahasuerus. The zealous israelite enraged by this fancied profanation of his premises rudely ordered Chest to leave the spot and proceed assailing him in his Wrath with a torrent of denunciations and reproaches. Jesus cast a mild look at the passionate Man and said. Quot thou Ehalt wander on the face of the Earth till i come the guilty Man confounded by the rebuke of the 8avioc> Eye and internally acknowledging the Brce and authority of the sentence did not recover the use of his faculties until after the procession had passed on and the streets were deserted and silent. Then in obedience to the command and impelled by remorse and an ardent irrepressible longing for dissolution then first Felt he commenced his wandering career an Ltd to it Ince wanders perpetually from place to place and from country to country in a vain search for a grave and repose. Thus the legend. Impostors Persona Ting this character have at various periods appeared in Europe. Matthew Paris the historian who flourished in the reign of Henry iii of England relates that Quot in the year 1228, an Armin an prelate arrived in England whose servant declared that his master had often entertained that singular personage the wandering jew. Carta Phi 1 us As the jew was named when asked to explain his history used to relate that being keeper of the judgment Hall under Pontius Pilate when Jesus passed out of the Assembly he struck him on the Back with his hand and said deriding by Quot go. Jesus quickly Why Dost thou Urry 1 Jesus turned Sod with a severe look said Quot i go but thou shall Tarry till i come Quot this was the occasion and origin of his wandering life and according to the word of the lord Catap Wiilus yet tarried. Whenever he attains a Hundredth year he is suddenly seized with an incurable infirmity and snatched on recovering he finds himself restored to the same period of life the age of thirty at which be was when Hia Zeal and heedless Folly urged Bim to the perpetration of that Doc of cruel insult tor which he was suffering enduring punishment. As the Christian Faith spread among the gentiles cart Philus embraced its doctrines and was baptised by Ananias receive his chief place of abode was in Armenia but he sojourned also in other re Gioimo of 111� Eartell Loo Ink Fly a Idun by hoops and prelates. He seemed to be a Man of holy life and exemplary deportment using few words in conversation and was grave and circumspect awaiting the coming of the lord with fear and tre Mbong. Many came to him from parts Remote whose questions he readily answered but declined receiving their gifts being Content with simple food and Plain another impostor affecting the same character appeared at Hamburgh in 1747. He called himself Hasu Erua and stated that at the time of the crucifixion he dwelt at Jerusalem near the Gate leading from mount Calvary and was a Shoemaker by profession. When Jesus fatigued with bearing the Cross desired to be permitted to rest in his shop he repulsed and struck Hini and had from that moment been discontented and restless constrained to Lead a wandering Lite and Felt that he should so continue. A similar impostor figured in London about a cent Ury and a half ago. He spoke several languages of the 1.aer or a Masire it a Mew of of Liose disgraceful and execrable Acelee took place on we Day last at Woolwich on tote Perrott of Alfred Edley a private in the Royal a marines. The Poer Quot cos Denind Quot for that is the 4erm among the soldiery human being by an abhorrent Law which Mamps indelible infamy of the character of an in lib the died age Aind brands England with the stigma of barbarism revolting to civilized Europe was paraded about ten o clock to hear a sentence promulgated which was to mutilate his Frame not to be effaced but by the decomposing Iroe Ess of the grave he had been guilty of the old crime of disposing of Hie Quot kit or to papure a few Ahill Ings to Supply his want Wieb he refused to explain and for which although his own Fogerty. Be was to receive one Hundred lashes or nine undred Urisea the poor fellow stripped without a murmur and disdained to entreat mercy in a Quarter where he might As Well have attempted to drown the wind by Bis whistle the scene of blood commenced under the auspices of the surgeon who is placed on the Arena of this sanctioned atrocity not to allay or mitigate the sufferings of the Rie Tims but insure the neck of him who has to carry out the demoralizing and accursed Law into effect. The groans and Writh Ingson the unhappy object could Only be equalled by one enduring the scalping process of the tufted Cherokee the quivering flesh yielded to the Practised strokes of the Brawny arms of those esed to this work of blood and torture the mutilated Back presented one Broad mass of livid flesh and clotted Gore which was still lacerated with renewed vigor until the miserable wretch had received the full quantum awarded. But the Quot cats Quot with which he was punished have not passed unnoticed by the observations of those feelingly alive to this horrid Mode of punishment. Instead of whip Ord they co ton close wove with three Over hand kits in each Tail and the plea for the adoption of this refinement of torture is that the Cata Quot Are less liable to clot with blood and do not descend with such ponderous weight thereby bruising and endangering the culprit s life yet it is Adonita they inflict More excruciating agony by cutting to the Quick the poor fellow was conducted to the Hospital evidently Labouring under great exhaustion and three others Rowley Hopkins and Smith for a similar offence were marched off to Goldbath Fields prison for different terms of imprisonment with a portion of the period in solitary weekly London Dia Paich. For Dos ski mtg pm purer. Hail Happy new year. A Postie. Hail Happy new year Glo Riou Laom and All our voices join in one invoke thy Light on us to Shine like Lovely rays of Light divine. How Happy now each bosom Spring an Bow the merry music rings pure hearts with richest wine Aro blessed pure kisses on pure lips May rest. You smile to see our Joy c now this is our most Earnest prayer each one the Best of health May share while Public printers Type their Moog Yoor richest gifts to them belong. Each True Republican will sing. And heaven with the Echo ring a rejoice be sons of Liberty. T. B. W. Secret Worth to make three pair of boots last As Long As six and Looger seasonable following extract is from col. Macedon s seasonable hints Quot which appeared in the mechanics Magazine dated february 3, 1838. After stating the util Ity of sheepskin clothing for persons whose employment renders it necessary that they should be much out of doors amp a. He says Quot i will not conclude without inviting the attention of your readers to a cheap and easy method of preserving Are made of their feet from wet and their boots from Wear. 1 have Only had three pair of boots for the last six years no shoes and i think that i shall not require any More for the next six years to come. The reason is that i treat them in the following manner a i put a Pound of tallow and a half a Pound of Rosin into a pot on the fire when melted and mixed i warm the boots and apply the hot stuff with a Painter s Brush until neither sole nor upper leathers will suck in any More. If it is desired that the boots should immediately take a polish dissolve an ounce of bees Wax in an ounce of spirits of turpentine to which add a Tea spoonful of lamp Black. A Day or two after the hoots have been treated with the tallow and Rosin rub Over them the Wax in turpentine but not before the fire. Thus the exterior will have a coat of Wax alone and Shine like a Mirror. so pc a a it Sis Siva is a a to Obj a a i ii 1, to have been concerned in All or most of the fires that i grease becomes rancid occurred in Cincinnati during the summer except 1 Quot Quot ots the stitching As Well As the leather but accidental Fresas he is said to have confessed j the Rosin gives it an Antiseptic Quality which secretly to a Comrade that he set eleven fires in the preserves the whole. Boots or shoes should be City during the summer before the one for which he so Large As to admit of wearing in them Cork ij-1 1 Cork is so bad b conductor of Chat that with it in the bout the feet Are always warm on the coldest a had Bobd cd Isimal. Among the persons recently tried and convicted at Cincinnati was a Man who was sentenced to 20 years labor in the Penitentiary for the crime of arson. He is supposed was convicted. He is notorious also As having been in the Ohio Penitentiary and escaped and since in the Indiana Penitentiary 6 years the last four years of the time wearing 28 pounds of Iron on his legs to keep him from breaking away. The manager of one of the theatres at Glenn i yielded to the solicitations and Importunity of court friends and per mixed a Young lady to make Ber debut As a Singer Wurf Nad the mortification to be Hiss it d off. Not a Little annoyed the manager rushed Haiti to Behro it a a the Curt is and Addre owed the audience to a stentorian voice with the Brief questions Quot gentleman and ladies Don t you like Here Quot Quot no Quot was the reply from All parts of the House. Quot neither do i Quot added the manager and disappeared amidst roars it of laughter. A . Chittenden the first of the name who filled the office of chief magistrate of Vermont had two sons named Martin and Truman. The first of these was deem gtd less brightly endowed by nature than the other and a College education was Given him to remedy the supposed deficiency. Truman who never lacked in Mother wit was placed upon the farm. It chanced one Day that the governor had in his barn a calf so Little endowed with animal instinct As to be unable to draw sustenance from its Mother cow not All the efforts of the governor or his help could make the creature suck. said his father Quot what shall we do with this foolish calf How Shah we learn him to suckle 1 Quot i Don t know really Hiither Quot returned the son with the most commendable Gravity <un-les8 you Send him to College with Gazelle. The great principle of thew toss i he sunday Imam inf a Era Days that a the har Risoui go convention has decided to fall Dot of go or it it al Habi bom to take the govera treat of i6fs Eltiti try now the government of this cow Otry is to the hands of the be where we fervently Lope it will always retain to Bodge a re have no doubt Lite the whigs Are perfectly willing that web eat Habison should make it oat of the hands of the people for this Baa always been to beef leading principle and constant of amp it from the Elose of revolution to the present time through All the mutations of name by which the aristocratic party of the United states has been known. It was this 4akmg principle of the anti Dera Cratie party that induced governor pah Hiboon of new Jersey to take from the people of that state their sovereignty and to commission and Send five whigs to the Congress of the United states in open violation of the government of the people As expressed by their voice their will and their command through their constitutional Organ of sovereignty the ballot Box. But the democratic spirit of the people will never suffer any party to take the government of this Conn try. The officers of government from the president of the United states to the lowest functionary Only acknowledged As Mere agents of the peo4e, to carry their will into effect so that if any such mis Fortune should happen As the election of general Harrison to the presidency still he could not. To the government however willing the Harrisburg convention would be to Aid and abet in such a proceeding. But the convention has really no Hope of seeing its candidate president of the United states for it appears that after its nomination was made the convention wept Over it with All the weeping and wailing imaginable. The expire a of this City informed us a few Days ago thar strange As it May soem such was the enthusiasm of feeling and so highly excited were All by the willing sacrifice of All selfish feeling to what had been deemed the Good of the country that tears were profusely shed and there was hardly a dry Eye i Quot Only think of it a National convention of whigs. Every member with a drop or two in his Eye they were moved by Quot a sympathy As of al Trinity that could hardly be called an in Short such a scene of a weeping convention would be an excellent subject for the Pencil of an artist. We Are free to acknowledge that the convention had ample reason to weep Over such a hopeless nomination As general Harrison. The whig prints Are extremely anxious to make the world believe that All is Union Harmony and love towards their candidate for the presidency. There Are two very Good reasons for the Union Harmony and love which they say prevails first they have not the smallest Hope of electing any candidate they could set up and in the second place Harrison might As Well be the victim of whig Ryas any body else. We say victim because it is an immolation of any Man to be held up by the whigs As their candidate for the presidency. There is a political death in the circumstance which no Man can Ever overcome. He whom the whigs embrace receives his deals hug in a political Point of View. A Locke Quot Quot a Jiete Era. 1 n \ 1 Efteland a irony of Wetor Newl a work Rob a Taqi dispassionate mind a that info left a iii Imai ii the world Are in Tobej Ted a of to emf tie still thai neither tit pm of the e�.j��9eenu, nor go Kristiane. A Lam Nero or any other Helen Tom parallel the Savage Melty and met Fri phed which Mark the Exee Rahle give met of Elisabeth in Ireland inter ministers Wei by qualified to be the atrocious pm. Diabolical tyranny. In Irsla Iid and to miserable poet Aster Sjo of out Mill arts that their Nami reproach for Hula Nitro Eauil Wim mt0 retrospective Mirror of history a ibid ii i a with horror i the etim Lite and pal Noah a Slivra the world a striking Ings of Ireland during that detestable let i it Ftp habited the rapacity and perfidy of the Dof a t Briliant colours of Genius aed trash. Hun i pts by order of his mistress tiie Iraq oms arteries and confiscated the kids a Tuchy do a to we or the monks who were by Tbs a net Aure of spoliation kit poor and ,.pre�itii7 to the Queen a petition rep Loring her to them her Royal prot Stion and to Gram time a my Mission to go to the continent. Her to majesty de to be ignorant of their having be the to dim of persecution although Ifie had Sigved a Iudici the year previous which declare do of after is it f the Avau a capital offence and thai the pro it ton of the head of a priest or a Wolf mid it Titu the beheaded to �5 Quot but that be had Noti a action to their leaving the kingdom and Sitf peeved orders to Essex to cause All the monks be Dia not embrace the new Creed to assemble on the Littzi e idol Ali with the tolds of his gown while the sides of his ample wig literally danced about his neck and shoulders in the agitation of his head caused by his excessive laughter. Or. Martin resumed Quot upon my Honor As agin Slemin i Don t know what you mane Quot said i. Quot Well then Quot says lie a did it you say i was Quot i need not Tell you or. Spaker what i said he ,&Quot of Btu red or. Martin suddenly checking himself. Here again the House was convulsed with laughter. Quot Dick Quot says he Quot you must Quot i la if do Quot says i or. Spaker. A other burst of Lau ter pealed through the Bouse and to such an extent was Tai speaker infected with the Universal visibility that he was actually unable to Call or. Martin to order. The folds of Bis gown were again in re it visit Ion with a View if possible of suppressing by their application to his Mouth what is railed a loud laugh. No Man was Ever More ready at All times and in All circumstances to uphold the dignity of the House by enforcing a uniform decorous Ness in the proceedings than or. Manners Sutton now lord Canterbury but the drollery of s manner in conjunction with the oddity of this matter would have Iwen too much for the gravest and most dignified of them. The thing was altogether irresistible. Or. Martin As soon As order was in some measure restored resumed Quot and Fon won t retract Dick Quot says Dinnis. Quot no. By Quot Quot order order or. Martin cried the speaker before or. Martin had uttered what the right honorable gentleman conceived to be another oath and which he therefore wished to Atraill in the birth. I beg your Pardon or. Spaker Quot observed or. Martin. Quot but your Honor a Ras ski Suksan this time and have put yourself to of necessary trouble for i was not going to swear any a Ort a a Ras Only going to say a no. By the is wars 1 won t. I d rather you d make a addle of of a a a Jim Quot roars of laughter which lasted Abr a Yonei durable time again res noded of trough the Bonae. When they to sided or. Martin it hued his Story. Then Quot said he. Quot i a Speet the satisfaction which is due to a Gen Jemaa and with that or. Spaker he was in the very a is Eif Kvist the room. A says i. Quot what 1 says Doat let is min nest stand Sefc other Quot says i a a it s quite Plain it s not Eop a a pm think Dinnis said i. Quot do yen or do Yoa Notus cd my so bore Blarney. Save be. I Quot no Don of for a eau onto Porrov Meni Iai at Brit or fib it a my Well Belic a a Plain Aad Baa in Ofsak an of crack a his self made men Ake Side author of the pleasures of imagination was a Butcher until Twenty one England of late has forfeited her claim to the title bestowed upon her by the poet Thompson about a Hundred years ago Quot the Granatt or a she requires a granary for herself in every bread producing country to feed her surplus population. It is estimated that England will want four millions of quarters of wheat from foreign countries during the coming year equal to thirty two millions of bushels. One of the Philadelphia papers says that the three states of Michigan Indiana and Illinois will Export this year sixteen million bushels of wheat equal to one half the deficiency of the English crop. The Albany Argus says the wheat and flour which arrived at that place by the Erie canal for two years was As follows 18.38 equal to &91.301 barrels. 1839 a a 837,007 Quot the Quantity that arrived from the is october of 7th november was about barrels a Day. The deficiency of 18i9 is ascribed to the derangement of the currency and the want of Money. Immense loss is sustained by the Farmers through the Early closing of the canals by ice. It is said that upwards of six millions bushels of wheat in Michigan wih be prevented from coming to Market by this cause alone. This is urged As a reason for finishing the new Vork and Erie Railroad As soon As possible and accordingly that important work is pushed with Una bating vigor notwithstanding the hard . That s my most ingenious Mode of Quot saving powder Quot that we remember to have heard of was successfully tried at sequently in the countries bordering on the Caspian. There is no authentic account of the appearance a this celebrated personage in any part of America though we have the testimony of one witness to the fact that be actually crossed the Atlantic. About forty years ago a German Emigrant assured a Clergyman in pcnn8ylv.tnia that the veritable wandering jew in prop Ria Persona had come to the United states in the same vessel in which to himself had voyage to their country. He described him As a Middle sized Man Melsn Cholly taciturn and remarkably reserved pacing the deck continually during the voyage and being withal very abstemious in meat and drink. When asked i give a More minute description of the peripatetic hebrew s person he said Quot he looked for All the world precisely like the Little deaf Shoemaker Quot a an industrious Pounder and compounder of leather then resident in the town in which tins important communication was made. As nothing further was heard of to pedestrian in the Quot White and be has not since re appeared in in rope or aria it is probable that he immediately wended his Way towards the Rocky mountains to end Ltd a his favorite by Stern of locomotion among the wandering tribes of the Quot far West i Quot though a gentleman who lately spent a Winter Quot there and kept All his faculties on the qui Vive for matters new and strange appears not to have heard of the traveller in any part of his course. It is not recollected whether the Emigrant and Bis Ever roaming fellow passenger landed at new York Philadelphia or Baltimore and if perchance hereafter that matter be deemed of any importance we fear it must Ever remain a subject of doubt and debate Between those great Jival capitals even at first disputed by seven Alloa Triune cities of Greece t the legend relative to this ism binary being is a opposed by some to be intended is be present in of a. Rati Cly the moral lot of those so called re a feast its in religion whose harsh and i rare de minds Render them a susceptible of the attractions and loveliness holy. Ottem regard filing and represent in this own unhappy recess and a conto Ian nation which for hardness of heart is Over the whole Earth a Rit bout a Eoa try prop the Man. And doomed to remain thus in Bun dates a Zile Dand wandering till the fullness it the gentiles in and the second Advent of Christ is at Baad sures or was a Butcher until Twenty one York on thursday. The whigs Muster and first took of study from being confined to his j a a a to by r room by a wound produced by the fill of a Cleaver i f a f a a Ney was the son of i Cooper Roger Sher Hundred guns m glorification of to Victory Ina new York. Their intention was kept quite secret As they thought but the Loco focus having got a hint of what was going on announced just As the performance was to come off that a grand Salute would we fired carom the Heights of Brook at Sunset in Honor of the glory a irim nah of be Mccrac to Maua Eketu. It took admirably. Every Democrat turned out of catch the sounds of Triumph and whilst the wags in the Street were quietly enjoying the fun the whigs were blazing away like Twu tipi. Marshal Man Allan Cunningham and Gifford were Shoemakers in Early life sir William Herschell was a fire boy Franklin a Printer s Devil Ferguson the astronomer a Shepherd until twelve years of age Ben John Sim was a bricklayer and James Monroe the son of a bricklayer Gen. Knox was a Book Binder. Gen. Green a Blacksmith and Gen. Morgan a Wagoner Burns was a ploughman Hogg a Shepherd Bloomfield a Farmer s a Eraser a Stone Cut ter and Crabbe and tests apothecaries sir William Blackstone was the son of a silk Mercer and a posthumous child. Haataia Job conf Ripe Natl Gen. Is Risoe has been again nominated As the whig candidate for the presidency. It is the weakest nomination that could have been made. The name and Fame of Clay would have Given the whigs a Banner worthy of their Best chivalry and even under Ibe Gallant Ott they might have rallied in their Stren a. Bit this second postponement of the infinitely higher pretensions and claims of or. 3lay. In favor of Gen. Jar Ripon their detect so nominee in he last contest is veil calculated the produce disaffection and extinguish All Enthen adasm in the a whig ranks. Extremely doubtful As wee their Chance be amp re we regard it As now it Telly hopeless and desperate and think the Best thing they can do for themselves and the country is to make a Grace Fly necessity and abandon the courier. N in susceptible or the att Rae of every the Jbf la mealy and 1 by wanly find jews nne Tiik the a Amcy table b<r1�n a a Ike be beat by augustas de beat tent site work ire i on the condition of in his Reland lie tvs reito and the negro in up chains i Leea Quot Quot ten fortunate Ireland. Ansolm Obst was a meeting of the american anti slavery society at Cleveland Ohio oct. 33d. It Resh re a. I Klaib majority to continue its political Section and sever itself in Eieta Joi it from All al prepared to press i Media abolition. A a uie two great per Fitial parties , ibis is equally unwise and perverse. But in the a Beer i Siw of think i a my a Edis Itsel both to the full we the perversity of the Bra am. The whig Are it Strate Tut a again tier this unwelcome troth it is Nosef Esvin to smrt their eyes. That a let Onatsu of to Yium Orsita acid its a Ftp it key a of Taal i Iuie abet then inf Nenee. Its an opposition iii Jority Thela by went win a be stint a powerful Whitn bait a of for a a the of but i Jim right and that the Meta a Luffa it a of Mem i Pesaud in life Bennen Tea Renee. San opposition Mui Onty u whiff Emaio Mireh food in Noeres a the majority act Finai plus too Fly impede and Eon Dib ble Asriah Rebr or Tbs Wale m it iii uf0i # yes a fat Wori do you a rant a 4 go flew a a al bpm love or place of a state Sam May be his Laboratory of science or his sordid tre Tsary and Bis reluctance to quit it May arise from the most mean or the most lofty consider at ions the sacrifices made or the self delusion cherished rather than abandon unperfected experiments intended for the Weuker of society May easily be mistaken for the my re Covic Ting of Liney and Power. Where however we know there is set each we should give credit Lof the Earnest Parsi it a the Eade of Scie Aee and arts. This Kissoo May feel As lion eat grief it being torn from the sphere of his Utility As a Davy or Farradz would have Felt had they been expelled from their laboratories pea dim the pro Cesa of their great , Tim Doolan and Jim Nolan a confide of the lat eel port Tion from the Emerald Ide metered oar Peet ice taste Day for letters. Say mister is there Ere a Feather Here for Mes of a said the former. Quot what name sir a a Tim Doolin to be sure. Fot Tim Pottan after a Oak also the letters. Quot Msj one ibid mgt Friend Here. Jim a a us noal4f for Hio the or walked out As far As the Side ital i say Tiki says Nepal a old at a a great saving of the table Aad Shea Leau Ivr list to Feba a and a the Man thai tam it Samoa thu flu dub 40v.-> miss a fab a in a to dear Misa Smith have yet Mfd Erib Dit Del Aee Ideal the bapp8�#feeterd�rie a so Satut Ai do a a. Wlm Lumby a her my ital by. Quot Down full the Lovelt following from the Jersey Man. Published at the Morris town n. J., a most Rabid Federal paper serves to show How Quot the mighty Are fallen Quot since the nomination of or. Harrison the die is cast the National convention convened to recommend candidates to succeed Meses Van Buren and Johnson have nominated Gen. Har Rison of Ohio for president and gov. Tyler of Virginia for vice president much to our disappointment. U is Well known we have of predilection in favor of Gen. Harrison. The opposition to or. Van Buren and his mottled administration is peculiarly situated and we know not How to help them out of the dilemma. If the people should try an Experiment in go for Harrison we cannot believe the Exchange would be Abr the worse As our country is now in the most forlorn condition it Ever has been since the adoption of the present Constitution. The Only Hope the people now have is that should or. Van Buren again succeed to keep a majority of Congress out of his hands and our favored country May once More became Happy and we think it would require More ingenuity than the Jert Eyman possesses Quot to help the opposition out of the dilemma Quot inasmuch As they Are very Quot peculiarly situated Quot from the fact of having Quot experimented Quot upon the Patron of Black Peppe and Brand Reth s pills at the last presidential contest. Would it not be Well for them to clothe them elves in red Annel and show by this Means that in one principle at least they agree with their candidate. The Quot forlorn Hope Quot to which the Jersey Man alludes of keeping a majority of Congress out of Oor bands can be but of Little cop fort to them unless they contract for an extra Quantity of Quot a a it semis and Quot Pennington certificates Quot and As these Are getting in very bad repute we see in All their Hopes and aspirations but the Quot baseless fabric a from a speech of Jamul Webster in the House of representatives Quot there is no nation which has guarded its cur Wricy with greater care for the front res of the con to Littzion and these who enacted the Early statutes Webb hard Komov a Jan. They had Felt and there Fere duly appreciated the evils of a paper medium. They therefore sed Aoudy guarded the currency of the United states from debasement. The Legal currency the United Stariea was Gold and Silver Coin Quot this government has a right in All cases to protect its own revenues and to guard than against Deal cation by bad or depreciated paper. Quot with a perfectly sound Legal currency the National is venues Are not collected in Thia in Trency but in pair of various sorts and various Defree of value. Not Beriy a however a part of the Money of the country it could not by use be remit it in the payment of Public dui itty taxes to or other diet the govern int Quot Quot comma Eliere not make the Lav Mot rot him Anjou a a Anca to is of Vaiama evil kid Ian to t a Govaya iii a for spin lib. Tike whole strength fifth governments 1 am of inst a hour in put for to Osapio. To Pati uror taxes of Tab ,.� Tab i boat. 60a4aii-ct of Tab Island of scatter which is about fifty Miles in Limerick. In conformity with Essex s co Maia the venerable monks repaired to Seatter it parts of the Bloed it drenched country and thei Bly consisted of four Hundred monks with ers of the Irish Church and Sevea friars too Convent of Limerick Armagh and Lila kit we. Were to present their deplorable situation to Tifental monarchs. Essex prep and a Large ship of War to them to France and they set sail in to soc. They gotten into the Middle of the Chann that by private orders from the a teen they were i can into the sea. The Captain and Crew of the were on their return instantly thrown into prison lest the world might suspect her of being Imi i Etlan in this horrid deed but Only a few weeks elapsed Ere they were a released and even amply rewarded for their secrecy with a urge portion it the Abbey possessions which belong to their Deomid Anft at the present Day. 3d the second is not that the i Fiat to v a Tes said the other Birt my a m Man to the province a week Ili from the London Magazine. Burll Saue of genealogy. Two men disputing one Day upon their gone alow by each one of them Preun ded to be better than the other. You cannot says one compare yourself to come of thousand times better House Taii you you says the other had your of a emf Hka mine the first Post in the City 1 the first pest in the City replied the first was he governor 1 no answered he. A was he judge v a no not that yet what we he then cont med the first. Keeper re a Post in the Ritj precede the far the Dukes and Peers and before the mar Hila of Virtna Okwha Toffice a in vhf Sofehia Post replied the other. A what was then unfit says he. Hews a postillion replied the i tiber had taken care he a cold have been Riel a a he was a fool. F Grant Dixit to be Trae said tel. Orand i feel clearly his office is hereditary father prevented that said the son the i. For before he was a postillion he was a Amft if letters. A what do you Call a Newrn of Letten ? Fri plied the Gate keeper was he a judge astr Ocate a Consul r none of All those said Tiff postillion t he was a runner to the Post mince my. Yna it that a Man of letters 1 True a the a the Kemery but that does not prove the Smit Jihor of Joor Lamia by whereas i can Trace Back mime or than five it Hundred years. A and a Mina i jew the Othef More than eight Hundred. A thing a plied the Gate keeper t 1 i prove my of Amir to have existed before the deluge a and i mini Fra Adam said the postilion. A and mine Oso said the Gito ks4r. A Yon Are it replied die other the proof is very Eai Gay a Iberl dam there were no animals but brutes it i very Cequin that Yon Are descended Frons thi it to pan forty Eatn the a amp to a i Miff it he Thomas he Mefs oct ring we have got the jul a hand of of i monopoly hut the mate Bend with Ethar Mon a it m�3k�4li at War with tick b a it its of to hot Olin a. 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The guest St boy Row were poor and hungry and of coarse of Fol so that their pensioner did a scent Tom Bast of which he would fein Bava parse Semi the Poh 0nb were served by a Persia stub rag Ofa Bell and delivered oat by Means of a at to Reti Grioua Bouses is called a tour which a a like the Section of Rearic thai by tip tit mind a Poa Pivot exits whatever is aced on the be Reeve Side without discovering the Petawa a Fang a iii none Day this dog who had Only race Ltd % a craps waited till the Paape were Iril the rope in Bigmouth and rang the Bell its St Salai Gem Sik Ccu id it us a a it Day a the same god apr tap. It i a that Twenty Man Etc fear waca Fremy Waldmen sized to Waiwat thai bag we Lallky add it dil Doe Aad natio a a pm to iii thi. A trat per Tom Aad Esa waa i the Dew he began the Piet i mtr Tkv Wae confirmed amp in cml great then pall tia Ball. I to mama and to a till Iba visit a i wat inward lm�i4b�. 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